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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 14 November 1859

1KB PENNY PRESS Ii published daily, ( Bandar xeq'M,) by FB AN CISCO fc CAOWElA, ' PE0PEIM0E8. Of rlOI-NO. M WBST I.OVIf I-IT1IIT. TBI F1HHT FBIBHli delivered to subscribers la Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, ulrad rounding cities and towns, at ths ex tremely low price of ' BIX CIHT8 A WIIK, PATABLB TO CABBIES. PBicnor ailikq: Single ooples Jo.; 1 month 40c.j 1 month! It; 1 roar U. AMUSEMENTS. VOOD'S THEATER. COBHM SIXTH AirnVntl-STBKITS. Jour A. Blulsb, Ja.......-8ole Losses ana Manager. GREAT REVIVAL .-OFTHK- LEGITIMATE DRAMA. IMS," in all its integrity, with appropriate scenery, drestms and appointments, for 1 HIS (Monday) KVtlNINQ, November 14. Nothing has bean ne illected which might add Ituter and effect to the pre. duoiion of this, one of the most beautiful creations of the poet's genius, Mrs Anderson and Miss Elswortby Have been expressly engaied to givs thlimngnlft- . cent production all eclat and effeot. THIS (Monday) and TO-MOBBOW (Tuesday) EVENINGS, November 14 and l,w...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 14 November 1859

the: press: ASUY W.FRAHOISOO. JOHN D.CAI1DWKI1L ditobs Aire mnimm- 09HOU, 14 WW WHJBTH-STBIW. MONDAY . ......NOVEMBER 14 The Arctic "Fox" to be Sold. Lady Fbasklik his resolved to Bell the tm vacht Fax. in which Capt. McClixtock, with honored associates, made hi aearoh for 8!t Jons FBimoii'l party. The ial will be effected at jLiOTD'i thii month. Cease, Viper, You Know a File. The London Times embodloi 1U oonoentrated mslignftr and itupld wit In a characterise article detailing the arrival of the American Minister at Pekin. I See the proofs or iploes and mortiBed vanity In the telegraphio report of the Thanderer's explosive article. News from California. California advises to tho 21it inst. We been reoelve l. The Sacramento Standard announce! t'it Gov. WtLLta has eonclnded to appoint a United Statss Senator to fill thevaoanoy of J, C. HnoDEBiCf . A fire has destroyed the business jiortloa of Centrevllle. DropLetter Boxes—Penny-Posts. In Philadelphia the Postmaster haB allowed "tot-i...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 14 November 1859

WANTED. -TJJAJLTfl-" "B BALK," "TO LKT," "LOST," "F00in,n4o.,in this column, ocottpying five lines or lees, two insertions, twenty-five osnti. WANTED BOYS Four first-class Amor lean by, 15 to 1 yen of age for factory. Steady employment, good wages, prompt par and good treatment. Those from tbecountrr prefe-red. flr!?":'y" rnentar for a watchman at iS,h'S J?n ttaaikm for the right man. Apply at KVael Fourth-street-Intelllgence Offioe-linedi. nolle WAIEJ-PUPILS Mrs- NEWINQ 1. fv?NvH.0-W "'""'-ftreet. Teacher of Draw Kf.ilnV KSt?Ttl Ulnmlnated Glass Painting, Opaque Glass Painting, Grecian Oil Pointing, latest SvjR"Vi'n H110 ud 01l Leather-work Wai Frnlt, Flowers, Ac. noltb VKTANTED TO 8BLL Scholarships in 7, Bacon's end Gusdry's Commercial Colleges. Good for full course of etudy and Double-entry Book, keeping for day and evening. Young man uve money br buying. Apply at Tattle Exchange Of nee, north-west corner sycamore and Third. streets. . Bol4b . W B. AL'KLET. TANTaD JOtRNBYMKN TAIL...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 14 November 1859

THE PRESS. JUOMlAY... ...NOVEA1BEK- 14 Advertised Letters. HP All letters adveitited are subject to an extra ctinrge ol one cent, reisoris calling for triem wilt please eonwVpivpared villi the necessary change. ir l'eriim calling for those fetter will please My thev ire advertised, ami give number and dute of Hat. The ortice ivillopun at Hi A.M., and clceat6 1'. ji . sunuij-K-utuce will opeu irom V A. JU. to UDf No. 40. November 11) 1830. LADIES' LIST. A AltertonMrtM AngeMIss B J AtklmMrsAnn An twin .MissE A Anderson Mia H Anderson Mist E B Borgman Miss A ByerryllrsE Bromwell Mrl 3 mserm-in n au ruifiuieiu jmss Burns Meiuu R-nnriira E Bullet Mrs S 3 liti.Vtwet Ohrisi'a Barret Mm E B H ue ton II Im Mary liurkhardt.tlrs M Doyle Miss Nary BowenMissH Brown Mtittle Jlranner M rn N lleiijumin Mrs K beiitloy .Vim It .H.iriieS .Miss N liniViMrsA jjr.iwn Miss K A itroom Mrs Bush Miss P Browns Brown MisaJ c CMvcrt Jlisi A Cbapln Mrl A 8 Clopptn Mrl 0 Chum hers Mrs B Ciiuon Bliss It Connwav Mi...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 16 November 1859

1HE PENNYPRESS It published dally, ( Bandars excepted,) by FRANCISCO .VCAI.pWKI.1V "PBOPBtlKOM. ' orrioi-ao. it wn . o rit a-st but. TBI PENNT. PBI88I1 delivered to siibacrlbert Id Cincinnati, Covington and ITewjort, and ror. ' rounding oltlsa and towns, at the x ; tromely low price of ".. . ..-,, BIX OINTB A WEEh., PAYABLE TO OABBJIB. nucisdr maiumo! ! j - 1, j Single copies io.; Imonth40o.; I months! 1; I year U. AMUSEMENTS, jj WOOD'S THEATER, 1 - -.... . Comq SIXTH AMP VWK-STB..TS. , , JOBS A. EtMLBB,' jBU.i..JBole IiSIICI Bd KmW! GRE ATKEVIVAI.' ' nor the-,..,.. ; ; LEGITIMATE DRAMA. Mr. Anderson and MisS Elswortby Have been expressly engaged tV give thii magnifi cent production all eclat aud effect. THINBVININ-S November 16, will be presented Bbakspeare's grand nve-aot Comedy, entitled Or. The Merchant or Vmilrn. Bbylock. Mr. Anderaon rOrtlftiea(aiitataitiaBiMMMaa Basflanio Launcelot Gobbo.., .(.,.,..... uratlano ,;..........'..,....'....... ..Hiss Elswortfay ....Ur. Langdon .-...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 16 November 1859

THE PRESS, AKDY W. rBASCISOO. JOHN D. OAU) vTXLL ntrou and raenrsroas. of rioi, 14 tot Kim-mnr. WEDNESDAY. ..NOTKMBKE If Industrial School—Children's Aid Society. elety. We misetUd la ths Pmnt Piua on the 4th inst the) necessity of malting more to establish in this city Q Industrial School. The first moro hu now been mads. A num ber of our bonerolont cititens afsiled them selyosof too presenoe) in our city of Mr. B. WiTiiTOJf, Superintendent of the Cleveland Industrial School, to talk the matter oyer and inquire what ahould be done. The meeting; at whioh Mr. A M. TiTtoa presided, took plaoe on Monday afternoon, in the rooms of Y. M. C. Union. We obsemd among those) present Ken. H. M. Storm, Kmqsto Sod bd, Hixit Tat, of lane Seminary, Samou. D. Olattow, of Cincinnati Bethol; also,CBABLU Rkmilis, IL Tbajts Millis, A. E. CHisi us, Jobs W. Shiflit,B. Fiaklarv, 8. P. Bboabwili, S. P. BiBsor, Dr. Datid Judkiks, H. SuirLBT, Qbo. F. Datu and others. Mr. Wambtowh answered questions, and Im p...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 16 November 1859

WANTED. , r WANTS," "FOB 8ALI," "10 IVt," "UOST," F "'FOUND," A.ln this oolumn,oepy1ng Ave llnee or lew, two Insertions, twenty-five eenis. WANTED A itont Qrau Girl, to oook, weh and Iron. Highest nw glvu. Alio a No.l Welsh Girl wagas ft J r week. Also a unal), likely Ctrl, to stand behind a counter-large X (Iran. Apply at No. M But Fourth-street, Intelligence Office. , nolsb WANTED PARTNER A young man who hu bad experience, German preferred, to act at a partner ia the saloon holiness, in a flrat claat aaloon. Apply at 113 Third-street, for thru days. . nolftd "YXANTBDImmadiataly, a good Bareau- T maker and Tnrner. NoDe but good workmen need apply. Call at 87 Writ Second street, nolsb WANTED CANVASSERS Apply to , JOHNSON, FBI A CO., Pnblisheri, owner of Fourth and Bsce-Neave' Building, Boom 6. , . noub'l . WANTED PLAIN SEWING By a lady accustomed to plain sewing, a iltuailon : or will tats the work to her own home. Addraea Mrs, J. 8., at thla office. , poieb' WANTED TO BDT-A bakerf ...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 16 November 1859

THEPEESS. V.KD.VEHIMY. ...NOVK.rtBEB. 1 THE EVENING OF REST. The iitroaiu la calmest whan it sears the title, Ami ll iwere are sweetest at tbe eventide. Ami birds moat musical at the clot of day, Aul siiita Uiviueat when they pass away. . Morning Is hire?, tut a holler charm I.ii- folded close in Kveuing'a robe of balm; And weary man must ever love her bent, toriauruluK call to toil, but Night briugarest. corona from Heaven, and on ber Wilis dolh boar A luilv fragrance, like the breath of prayer; ; Knot-step of angela follow In hor trace, To aunt the weary eye. of Day in peace. . All tliliiRiare hushed before her, as aha Utrowi i'or earth and sky horni.n tie of repose; , '1 litre is a calm, a beauty, and a power. 'Hi tt Jloruiug knows not, in the Hveulug hour, . "l uttl Uieevenim" we mu.it weep and toll, ' Plow life's alerii furrewi, dig the weedy noil, Trwul Willi sad feet our rough and thorny way, Aud bear tbe heat and burden of the day. Oli.' when our aun la setting; may we gHrte...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 17 November 1859

1HE PENNY PRESS If paMiihtd dally, (Sundays tioUd,) b FHAHCI8CO tfe CAtDWEMi, ; f i-j , PBOPKUKOBJ. ohoi-o. h wiit romii-miii, THI PI5HI PBIWto, deliver to subscribers la Olnoinnetl, Oovlngton and Newport, and sur rounding oltle and towns, at th ex tremely low prlc of BIX OlMTS A WIIK., PATABLB 10 OABBIIB. men or haiius: Blngl copies Jc.; 1 month Mo.; 3 month!!; 1 reti 4. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD' S THE ATE R, OOBlllS flZTR AND VIKS-STaaSTS. , ( , Job A. Imnii Ja.. .Sole Lowe and Manager. GREAT REVIVAL OF THE LEGITIMATE DRAMA. Nr. Anderson and Miss Elswortby Have bean expiely engaged to give thi magnifl-, cent production all eclat ana effect. THIS EVENING, November 17, will be presented Bbakepeare' grand five-act Comedy, entitled SHYLOCK; Or, The Merchant of Venice. Bhylock,.. '.....;...... .......................... rlr. Andereon Portia...... ..... Ml" Elaworthy llasaanlo ..nr. Aiangaon Launcelot Uobbu. .............................Mr. Ellsler Oratlano..........M,.--.... Mr. Head Antoulo ....

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 17 November 1859

THE PRESS. ANDY W. fBANCISOO. JOHS D. OALDWKliL SD1T0BS AMD TMtPllllTOU. orrici, 14 nil ronrntB-STUH. THURSDAY... NOVBlHBBIt IT Great Railroad Facilities by L. M. & O. & M. R. R. Route Through Cincinnati. Lightning Express Route from East to West for Freight and Passengers— City Council has Granted Through Connection along Front—street between Depots thereon, including the C. H. and D. R. R. After a spirited opposition, altera Vigorous eontost, after aooeptanos and rejeotion of do meroua proposed amendments to the o; Igtnal resolution, the City Council last night, by a vote of tirenty ayea to eleven, nays, adopted the following provision for a freight and pas cengor street railroad connection of depots Jong front-street: ' . Rolved, That there is hereby granted to the Little Miami, the Ohio and Mississippi, the Indianapolis and Cincinnati, the Cincin nati, Hamilton and Dayton, the Marietta and Cincinnati, and any Kailroad Companies, whose roada terminate in the city of Cinci...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 17 November 1859

WANTED.' .i'S.",'JmR BALI, '"TO LIT," "LOST." or . ' i ' 1,1 tbl' oolnn"i occupying live Una 1 tuwrtium, wmr-nTB bbuw. . WAITED A itoat German Girl, to wok. . w . XJHifA. 'P"- HJlt wages given. Also i i i . nointi TANTED HTTrTArTAYr a'. W.de.n'h" Fourth-atr! i.i.iii1 ' "L " "cu. at 35 Knit 1 ""vnwu, EOI7(T "-oilUATION-By yoong srocm'J;1? e or two-horsi wagon for. ie om.nr """P- hoUl, m.uufactory or ex svlth that X 'a nMd H. driving, and acquainted wiin the city. Address H. M. R, All officer nol7b young man to art ... vlil" experience, German preferred, clu? i,rTr 'n the saloon buslness,1n a first! ""00"" 5Pl7 at 113 Tbird-street, for tbrea i nolM VNTElImmediately, a good Burean mens JT'kernd Turner. Hone but good workmen "ggLyVlf. Call at 67 West Second-street, noltib T.rAWTmTi nauviooiroa a t,7v JOHNSON, FRY A CO., Publishers, Liner bf Fourth and Bsoe-Neave's Building, ltoom . . nol6b Jtf"AN TED-PLAIN SEWING By a lady wll . take the work to her own hoogo. Addreaa Mm. J.8..at tula o...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 17 November 1859

T HE PEES S. THURSDAY. ..NOVEMBER 17 [From the Montrose Review.] LINES ON THE APPROACHING INAUGURATION OF THE HUME STATUE. BY ALEXANDER SMART. TJnvtil the form, ths face unveil That never quilled to mortal man I la sculptured stone the Tribune hall The Patriot' manly feature tcenl Tit tribute to hit honored name, The first Berormer of the age, The heir to in enduring fame la truthful history's brightest page. His adTent Into publto life. Girt in hie patriot coat of mall, Brought oourage to the gathering itilfe, A voice that turned corruption pale: He iplaoed hit back agaiott a rock, While hoetileranka inclosed him round, And bore unmoved the fiercest thook, N or bated onoe an inch of ground. A mulled by many a renal scribe, By elaoder ooarse, by scornful jeer, To every worthiest tauDt and jibe He turned a deaf or dauntless ear; The ridicule that few can stand, When polished satire alms the dart, And malice seeks a name to brand, Fell pointiest from his nobis heart. With facts and fi...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 18 November 1859

1HE PENNY PRESS It published daily, ( Sundays umM by FRANCISCO At CALDWEjLjL, FBOPBIVOBS. rnoi ao. u win fogiTi.itiiii, TH1 FSSKT FBIBSIsldellvered to subscribers la Olntlnuatl, Covington and Newport, and ear rounding side and towns, at ths ix tremely kw price of . SIX OUSTS A WMa, PAYABLE TO 0ABB11& HICXS0F hailuo: Single copies Jo.j l month 40o.; S months 1; t year 14. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD' STH EATER, v . OOgNia SIXTS AMD VINI-STSUTt. . ' Jons A. Irnui, Jb...J9oI lessee and Manager. Farewell Benefit of Ml Elsworthy, Thlrty-nflo night of k Ma. JAMBS ANDEB80N. THIS EVENING November 18, will be presented Baakspeare'e grand flve-aot Comedy, entitled 8HYLOCK; Or. The Merchant of Venice. flbylock... ...wr. Anuerson Him Klaworthy rortia llassanlo Launcolot Gobbo. Grntiano , Antonio Duke of Venice,... l,oroto Nerisss. Jeeslca ............ .nr. umgaon .-.Mr. mister .......Mr. Bead ....Mr. liana ..Mr. Fisher .......nr. uall Miss Denbam Julia Wait To conclude with . THE KING OF THE COMMONS. ...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 18 November 1859

fHB PRESS. ANDY W. FEA.N013O0. JOHN D.OALDWILli 1P1T0BJ km raSrSITOS, Of rioa, 14 wist focith-btiht. FRIDAY- NOVKMBBtt 18 Beggars—The Improvident—Effective Relief. A friend to ths Pisht Pssss, whose hert and whose signature il "Charity," regrets tint an artlole on "Mendicity," written by ai few days ilnoe, expresses our vlewi. The writer of the note oonveying these regreti, evidently mistakes oar meaning. Instead ef refuiog to relieve sotnal distress, or aid the starring, we would hunk tip the real poor, those in actual suffering, and administer to them reliefc We, however, would hare our charity effeotive we respect the weight of the argument that early eduoation hie great foree in producing Improvi dence. Those in real distress, bowerer caused, wo Would not despise nor oegleot. But we know that there are undeserving persons Im posing on the deserving those who oheat you in begging your money, and ere suoh as 'Charity" is as likely to relieve as those in nooJ. The deoelver puts on ...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 18 November 1859

. , . RANTED, 'WANTS," "FOB BALI," "TO LET." "LOST," "r0UND,"e.,in this oolumn. oooapylng St hue or lew, two lnaertions, twenty-flvs cents. Srih! m nc A.o. . nrsUotas. Boy to run of errands, who bu a good edneetion. '. 1 ; ' ' ' Innlf hl ... VJeTANTj?DTTKT.PA n Jf,Ti f i c"e of ho,"' nd make almselfotherwlss ?iTv f "t ""I fW o All good situations in ola-b . n mnoAvim TETAKTBD-SITUATION-By a young fI.La''7' e."ner !n ,clol ' I" Prints family, !fr.STlnhr of "nn'1"-, She ! capable or giving in ohiM "on.Jhe )lno harp n guitar. No AXli2,Uii-i,le "oon'ry. Small salary expected. Address MA BY, oai of box 422,Cinclnnati Fostofflce. ' nolg-tf yiTANTEDHOtrSB-A house between f w1 trol,,,,.0,f Third, Tenth and Twelfth, East .Li- m,n and West of Broadway, by a prompt '."J.!, at 429 Western-row. nol8-b TANTED All ladles who have bo w objections to save a few dollar in the price of wl"'.0 "J" ' th CBe millinery iters, No, la West F irth-street, near Main. . nol8-b VANTKD-SHBET-IRON WORKER Trtii8!0...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 18 November 1859

THE PRESS. VRIOAY.. NOVEMBER 18 THE DREAM OF SHADOWS. She all in the window high and dmrr, And night 1 stealing across tbe perk ; Shu searches until her eyas grow weary , Ilia mystery under tbe deep'ning dai k. Ttanre ia an eak in ths far-olTderknsse, Biseth aloft like a giant old, Anit right above in the dusky nearness Frovnetb a turret dark and bold. The shadows fall like heavy flngera Upon her eyes in tba dreary room ; She shtita them the wasting image lingers Of al 1 ahe aaw in the growing gloom. Ah ! who ia near? what hand in groeting lias aha claaped unbidden between ber own ? And her heart, though never ao quickly beating, la beating in marvel and tear alone. The hand of the night la Tery dear to her, Thearin ofthenigbtia about ber form, The lipaof the night are very near to ber, And the broath of tbe sunnier nigbt ia warm. II ia unseen locks are upon bar forehead. How huoiauly wavlngand ipfiaud light I A nd a audden resistless impulse carried . Ber lips to the lips of the ab...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 19 November 1859

HE PENNY PRESS b pnUJihed dally, tSnsiUri ocepUd,) by FRAHCI8CO CALDVTEIX, ,: FB0FB1XCOB8. errioa-o. H wan rot ati-itiut, IH1 PCHNI la delivered to aulwribers la Cincinnati, Ooringtbn and Newport, and sur , roundla cities end towns, at the ex tremely low irlce of BIX CISTS A WIIK.PATABU TO OABBIKB. men or hailom: Slngt copies So.) 1 month too.; I month l; I year ft. AMUSEMENTS. V OOP'S TH EATER OOOHIB SIXTH AMD VIN1-ST1TS. Johs A. Emm, .Bole taw and Manater. Benefit and last night of . MR. JAS.r AHDER90M, ' Whose successful 'engagement of thlrty-aix nlght but established ttin greaveet epoch ever known In (be history of the legitimate drama In Cincinnati. Also, last, night of Mis JSLSWOBTflY. TIHB IVENHiO, November , will be presented iihalupeare's grand live-act Comedy, entitled raa mibohant or Venice. Fbylock Mr. Anderaon Portia..... .....,. ....M Im Elaworthy Ltasflauio m.............,...... Hu..Hr. Langdon Laiiocelot Oobbo..M...,............M..Ur. Efliler Cratiano... .........-.....

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 19 November 1859

THE PBESS. AN OY W. IBANOISCO. JOHN D. CALDWILL ipiTOM ihd mmiiWM, owes, 14 wist rovBra-BTtnt. WATUKUAV,,,,.,....,....,,..,,NOVKMBKB. 19 A New Representative Man—The African. rlcsu. lbs Rev. M. 0. Cohwat, of this oitj, iaa glren expression to a number o( norel iidat la letter he wrote to Rev, Jambs Fbii mak Clarki, of Boeton, who bad recently de livered a discourse In the Music Hall, on Tfli uboei Parish and hii Theology. Mr. Clam's Bermon and Mr. Cokway's letter appear in a recent numbor of the Chrutia lnquirr, of New York, condaoted by Rev. A. A. Livik siobb, formerly of thii oity. Mr. Conway elevates the negro to a new po sition. He olalms that there is "no salvation but by the African, when hlaoauie ia the oame of the hard right; when to deal faithfully by him ia the difficult tlnty, then ha takes the place of the persecuted peasant of Jndea ii the teat of truth and self-denial; he wears the thorn and bears the oross with him, and no taiu ootneth to the Father but by him. Jims I...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 19 November 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB BALK," "TO lit" "LOUT." "FOUND," Ao., in thi column, occwpylnf five line or leu, two insertion, twenty-five cents. XTANTED-A first-rate CAKE-BAKER .nIee,nrdP0BNiMESTI;B' immediately at office of Penny Press. boIM XIJ'ANTED A SITUATION-To run en . L.,,"?ne-br ' "at ad lndo.trlcm man, 2nS?Jl, il,f "27 experience M machiulet and mihSfrJ"? "ln npengin.. andeth.r BlNFrn'n.. Bm "'' glwn. Addrees EN UlNEEIt, Penny Press OtHno. nolb WANTED A good Cook, Washer and Ironer, to jo to tbe country. 8. S. CARPENTER. nolSb , No. 23 Wait Third-treet. VfcTANTED-SITTJATION By a young T man, to drive a on or two-hnra wagon for a grocery, dry goods home, hotel, manufactory or ex. prey comnauy. Ii need to driving, and acquainted With the city. A4dresa ft, M, H., tlih.oir.ee. nn!b WANTED A SMALL HOOSE-In the . eastern part of tha city, br a prompt paring tenant. Address HABVBY, Pram OlHoe. nol9b WANTED SITUATION Ai Cutter in .77 an etAnllhmnt where 'onstant work of the Kind eui be ha...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 19 November 1859

THE PRESS. HaTCltDAY-.- ,..NOVBMBK& 19 [From the London Once A Week.] THE SONG OF THE BROKENHEARTED. BY E. H. PEMBER. IIr form iu bnt, her steps were small, She oarae up the path alone; Ami sat her town ou the church-yard wall, With her foot on the stepping-stone. A look ahe wore of the wasted year, Whose beamy and strength wereorer, But her to Ice was low, as of old, and clear, And the sang of her buried lorer: "The year la dying, Ita leaves are red, Ita sights and its soon 1a are dreary;! The year la drlng aboTe the dead, And the living are lone and weary. "Drearily awing the chorch-yard chime, And drearily creaks the yew: He died rn the goodly summer-time; May I die in the summer, tool "He died while the corn was tall and green, Kre the brood of the lark had down: rjo died while the blossom was on the bean, lie died while tho fields were mown. "I kept my last watch oyer hie bed, 'Twaa noon, and bis hour drew near: I would leok 01 the esrth once more, he aald, Will you show it...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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