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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 21 November 1859

1HE PENNY PBESS In pnbllihed dally, Sundays egoeited,) br FRANCISCO CAIiDWEIX, FSOPBiWM. ' f i . Off 101-BO. II WIIT f OUITa-STllll. TBI nSSt FBIBSIa fcllvsred to subscribers la OInclniiatt.tfcvlngton and Newport, and star, rounding oitlef and towns, at the ex. tremely low prloe of BIX OIHTB A W IKK, PATABU TO OABBUB. ' iBiouor BAiLiaas Single ooples lo.; 1 month Mo.; S montbef 1; 1 year AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER, OOBNBB IIXTB AND V1IB-STBBETS. John A. liisLBB, JbV"...Bo1 tewee and Manager. First night of the engagement of Miss Caroline and Mr. Peter Klchlngg. THIS ITlAlHO, November 11, will he presented the operatic drama, In two aota, entitled TUB DACGUTKE. OFTHK REGIMENT. Marie Wise 0. Blchings rtouche ........ ........Peter Richings Touio ....Hall Hortenslus ........... Elleler Marchioness de Barken feldt ......... Hra. Gilbart Duchom le Orackan thorp ttlss Irving Dance .-..m.....M1is Eate Pennorer To couclndn with (for the first time In thiaeitj) tho comedietta called ' TH.lt ...

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. — 21 November 1859

THE PRJESS. A N lT W, F&ANOISOO. JOHN D.OALDWKLL tsirou add HMninoM. mOl, 14 WF8T rOORTH-BTMM. MONDAY - NOVEMBKR 'it Ibankb. Mr. S. C. Meredith, of Adams' Express Company, bit our dIly thinks fur Indianapolis papers. Distracted Mexico. Events Indicate another invasion from United States of the territory of Mexico, which, from Its distractions within, is la an Impotent condition to repel the foroes that may bo brought against hor from without. Hers has been a Government of revolutions for nearly fifty years. The first attempt at : lndependEt Constitutional Government was in 1822, when the General and President, Don Augustus Ittrbipi, was orowned Emperor by the title of At'ousTiif I. Soon a revolt was led off by Santa Anna, and the experiment of a mon archy having failed, the lulependonoe of Mex ico was declared anew, in the establishment, in 1824, of a Federated Kepublio, General Gcadalufb Viotobu, Ont President. In 18o5, Santa Anna obanged (he Federal into a Cen tral Republic Th...

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. — 21 November 1859

WANTED. "WANTS." ' HAT.K." "TO LET." "LOST." "FO0ND,"Ac.,ln thlscolnmn, occupying (Its lins or ifra,rwo insertions, iwemr-u re oenis. m aoijiij injfunMAiiuw as to a .7 . good locality for opening Private School tor little children. Correspondents (town or country ) will iJmm ajlHi-M. "inn. " D ti -I l .1 1 1 ' WUV, lV(UIUtlUUMIV w iiu nw" . . Jn 0i,1 ntl immx)ltlr at No. 80 Pearl- I umiH'i ANTBD GIRL Apply at 456 Ninth- w ANTED PURCHASER FOR FIIRNT- TTJRrc-Sitltable for a young mm to lit up cheap, at M Main -street. no2ll 1UANTBD-B0Y A imart Bot. who is W willing to wort. Apply immadlatsly at tha ' limp Millinery Btore.No. 18 Wont Fifth-street, near ".mil. no2to WANTED A first-rate CAKE-BAKER and OKNAMKNTEB. Apply immediately .-..mum m ronny tress. aoiw iyANTED A SITUATION-To run an ooglne, by a temperate and industrious man, or over twonty years' exnerlence am maehlni.t mi nginaer. It used to setting; up engines and other IVivtSn17'!. Besl reference given. Address EH- rtuny trees u...

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. — 21 November 1859

THEPEESS. MONDAY- ...NOVEMBBtt ill The Heliotrope. From the New York Saturday Venire re publish tbb dolloete and elegant poem, iweot si the flower described, from the grace ful pea of Edward 0. Stedman, who has be come widoly-nowa through his clever aatire upon the Bartlett-Oriedo wedding i 1 walk In thaorangs twilight, Along a garden slope, ,, To shield the moss encircling My bsauliful Heliotrope. Oh, sweeteit of all theflowrete That bloom where Angela tread I But nefer such marvelous odor from lluliotropo was shed, As tho passionate exhalation. The (lew of celestial wiuo, That floats In tremulous languor Around this darling of mlue. For only yester-ovsn, I saw the dearest scone I I hoard the d.llosU footfall The stepa of my loro, niy anion. Along the walk she glided ; 1 made no sound nor sign, But over, at tks turning Of her star-white neck: divine, I ihrmik Into the shade of cypress, And crouched In the swooning grass, Like some Arcadian shepherd To see an Oread pass, 13nt whoa s...

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. — 23 November 1859

1HE PENNY PRESS I published Mlri aotvi fto4A wf I ' FRANCISCO fc CALDWEltj, ' e, , j.PBoraiHWM. oriieB-o. u wilt rovBti-it TBI PUHHT FBKBBIi delivered to subscribers In Ctsoliiutl, Coring ten and KevKr'aod lor I reundinf cities and town, at tbe ex. r , tremor low price of . , , " ' BIX CBNT8 A VIU, PATABLB T CABBIES. , i raioss or mailiwk Blank copies k.t 1 month 40c.; I monttai fit 1 AMUSEMENTS fl ooekib tnta m ai-rnw. ; r f ion A. Iuatlbb, JB.i.....rel Lessee and Manager. "i 5 7.3 Immense iiicceM of Mis Caroline and Mr. Peter Bleblog. THIS EVBNINO, rtovember 38, will Be presented, for the flittlmelu thtaitr, a new operatic vaude. vlll entitled I ' THB CHAPLAIN OF TUB REGIMENT. Robert, Bergeant-Major of the Imperii! OurJ...t...B......--.''''--i-''';5!'f-5!cB!n' Matle ................. ....... MIm Blchlugs The Abbe Parcel. Mr. Leugdoo During themenlng MtssRIchlng will slnf several choice songs, i . ,( ( A- . - Dnee.;.,.....I.. . .'.Ml" Kte PeBnorerj To oor,clude with the bow corned;...

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. — 23 November 1859

fHE PRESS, '.Kli W. IBANOISOO. " JOHN D. OALDWILL DITOU 4KB reerarixoM. orrici, U wist mim-mm. WBD.MBiDAV... ......NOTEMBKR 93 To-morrow is Thanksgiving Day. To morrow should be in untolfisb. day. It should not be on to iuifeii the body, but one In whlob. to feed the better nature. A good way to do that long tried end nerer found fruitleie-H to do good, If we are heartily, not' oitenetbly, thankful,' there will be but little diffloulty for each of tie to nee our'oomfbrU o a to merit and Ob tain tbeuki fti W benotolent work. : With ome people the day set ebart ei Thanksgiv ing Da ie one for the re-union of kindred. That it one of the marked features -of thiisi-i nual observance. There, however, is a elate of community that, in a itriot sense, ii kind red to us, though separated by almost an ob-J literation of the faintest lineaments of resem Mantie. We mean the forsaken, thedeetitute, the abandoned. One day in the year, at least, professed Christians should. Introduce themselTet; 16;...

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. — 23 November 1859

WANTED. ." w ASTB," "FOB BALK," TO liBT, -"uupi, "FOUND," Ao., In thU eelump, eeenpyUuv, fin linea or leu, iwo inesrtiona, twenty-five eedla. WANTEDr-PARTNER An aotive young - I- . ... . I- ....V ) ... 11 - on receive ball the profits nr a permanent situation at a fair salary, f ISO capital required. Apply to BALE 00., No. 12 Walnut-street. noab WANTED SITUATION Bj a Frenob,- .. S"rr1erlnadrrgoodsorgroeervatore. The beet of city reference can be given. A del rein B. B., care of A. Labrot, No. t West Front-street. Cin cinnati. nn23b tTANTED-MILLINEK3-Two or three -C J!?Pd Milliners. Apply immediately ai the Cheap Millinery Store, No. II YYeat Fifth-street, bear Mala. , no23b yANTED ROOM A Bleeping; room . T furnished, including lea light and fact. Ad (iron Bo 3010, ateting terme and. location. . no23b WANTED SITUATION By a young; woman to work at plain sewing or In a email family. Deference given. Apply at No. 149 Clark etreet. . . , noMb' WANTED BOARDERS One or tiro Bantlemen to har...

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. — 23 November 1859

NOVRMBBB !iS WBDNE9DAY- THERE'S NOTHING LOST. There's nothing lost'. The tiniest flower That grows within the darkest vale, '' Though lost to view, has stilt the power ' ' ' The rarost perfume to exhale; ' "J ThKt porfiime, borne on the sepbvr's wings, ' May visit some lone elck one's bed, , " Anl like the balm affection brings, ' "', TF . 'Twill sifter gladness round hsr heed. There's nothing lost.' The drop of dew J That trembles in the rose-bud's breast, . 1 Will seek Its home of ether blue. And fall again ae pure and bleet; : Perchance to revel in the prey, Ormelstenthedry.parchhigsod, . . I . J. . Or mingle In the mountain spray, Or sparkle in the bow of God. . There's nothing lost.. The seed that's esst , , Will jret teko root, and may at laat . A green and glorioua tree be found; i Beneath lie shade, eome pilgrim may .. Seek ehel tor from the heat of noon, While in 113 bows the breeses plar, ' Aud ong birde slug their sweetest lone. There's nothing lost. The slightest tone Or...

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. — 24 November 1859

Rl HE PENNY PEESS "" " II pnklUhed daily, ( Bandar) MoepWd.) by FRANCISCO CAI1DWELE1, FBOPBIWOB0. ' ' it wwiik'-bi it viit rogiiMiiin, TBI FaUWT F BBSS Is delivered to subscribers la Cincinnati, Covington aDd Newport,' end tor. Mmadioc cities and towm, at the ex- j ,'!..', tremely low price of . i BRX CENTS A WIEbl, PAYABLE TO OABBIEB. mom or kuiLa: mtigleooplet Jo.; 1 month 40o.; S mon thill; 1 year 4. SB AMUSEMENTS. W O O D 8 Til EATER. ; j COBIfSB IIHTB AND TIH-fTHITI. jorm a, BUrc,iB, .ye.. ...soie nessea ana manager. MAMMOTH ATTRACTION IN HONOR OF THIS GRA ND GALA NIGHTI THE BTATK'3 QliNERAl, THAHKSQIVINQ. ' ' Foarth night of ; ' ' " ' Mis uarouue mm irar. reter lucnings. ' TH1B EVENING, November 34, the performance will commence with, for the Rrtttinin this city, a new operatlo burl, ttu, In two acts, entitled I'HKHPIBilTOKrUKEUINR. Ignatiua Bcbufflecra uU....... Mr. Hitler Arthur Huntly..... .... Read June (with songB).,.. whhmkmnm. . ....... Allse Hichinga Dance Mlaa Kate Pa...

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. — 24 November 1859

THE PEESS. NUY W. FBAN01800. JOHN D. CALDWELL (ditou dtd raaraiMoas. - (mm, It w8T rovira-iTMM. TiU'RtfAY ....... NOVEMBER 21 Thanksgiving Day—The American Man. All whoie lot U out In fro America should have thankful hearts. We fret good deal at laws and euatome whioh Illy suit oar temper aments.bnt, considered ai to all onr prirllegef, tfalsjis a country to be thankful for. , .. A thon land wrong! remain to be righted, but hu manity li willed to a divinity of lnuenes, developing and maturing It for the highest espabilltios. We have espeolal :reeon to be thankful that thinking laboring Ben havo been taken for the "mnd-allli" of our society. It it the thinking, designing, and exeoutiog race, from whom onr temporal burning! under benignant providence flow. It la the gar dener, the plowman, the nieohanlo, the artisan, the architect, who make the work of the pol itician end demagogue possibly endurable. We, as Americans, have a heritage In oar well formed political Institutions for whic...

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. — 24 November 1859

WANTED. . "W AMTS." "FCB KALE," "Tt lit," "LOBT," "FOCMD," c.,ln this column, occupying At line r lees, two insertion, twenty-live oenti. WANTED HOUSE A dwelling house In a central part of the city: new honae an. ferred. Apply lo , ,1. D. LEHMKB, no24b : Hoi, 81 and 13 West Second-street. WANTKD SITUATION An American . A"?' want L situation u cook or chamber maid. Add rem M, W.i at thli oniric. noJ4b ,y ANTED BOARDING A younf man ii desirous of obtaining boarding In a print family, or whan there, ara but few boarders, liaat of references glrrn. Distance no objection. Address ANlED A BtOtJBB By a prompt oaylng tebant, a house Containing 4 or 8 roomi. Bent not boT $12. Adt person having inch a honsa can address B.M.I'., thla olBca. tnoitb WANTED TEACHER A gentleman employed tba laat f"n- ysara in the manaf a ' mentof public srbools in Massachusetts, daairea n kttnatleu; aa vacancies have bean filled In the princi pal Western title. Will go, for the winter, Into the ronntrr; refer to B...

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. — 24 November 1859

THE PEESS. T II I' Kill) AY , NOVEMBER t THE MELODY OF NATURE. BY CAPITOLA. Hark I 'ttstlie 'erhyr'a breath , '.' That whispers soft and low. ..... or I lie (UsUQt groves where the wild bird llnge , And thegentlu violuts glow; , Aud the drooping flowers smilo, ' Aud the heatoilhriiw is fanned, . Anil by a aiug of Paradise, . ' Or tlio wave of au angel's hand. llark '(in the brooklet's tone, Aud it speaks ol the distnut fount, And tho lit 1 1 e spring that gushes forth, Away on the silent mount. And nil day long iu the forest shade, ' Wo dream of onr childhood's bliss, When our tiny life was so week and small, Yet brimming with joy at this. Hnrk! 'tit the gentle dove, ' ' ', Low cooing to its young; It teaches liuioceni'e and lore , , ' ' " ' Its little flock among. And we thiuk of our own loved neat . , '" Heneuth ths sheltering dome. W here the very soul may seek for rett In the sweet delights of home. . Hark ! 'tis tke ocean wave t, That breaks en the distant shore. ' , ' And weth...

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. — 25 November 1859

1HE PENNY PRESS It pabliahed daily, (Sunday, eicpted,) by FBAN CISCO ftr CAIiDWElMi, FB0FUUTOB8. rrioa e. l win ronin-iT tur. THE F1HHT FBISB I delivered to subacriben lo Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, tad snr rounding oIUn ud town., at the ex tremely low price of BIX 01HT8 A. WIIK, PAYABLE TO 0ABBI1B. nion or mauho: Single ooplM Jo.; 1 month 40o.; I month 1; 1 pear ft. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER, oqsiras sixth akd tim-itbmti. Jon A. Illsxm, J a Bole Lessee and Manafir. ' BENiriT OF MB. P. BI0HINQ8. THE GREAT COMEDY OP " EXTREMES." THI8 EVENING, November 25, the Beneficiary and bit daughter, Miss Caroline Etchings, will ap pear In the great aoniedj of EXTREMES. Mr. Mayberry Mr. Klohlng Ebeneier Oldricb ..................... Mr. Ellsler Augustus Bmller. ...................... Read Mr. Middleman Hlgglns............. ...Langdon Mra. Crosby...- HIm Bichings Mra. Oldrich .....Mra. Gilbert Virginia 01drlc6....... ., Mlsa Waita Kelly.......... Fanny Denhara In consequence of the "extre...

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. — 25 November 1859

J7 JBE!Ej IPREISS. AND? W. PBANOISOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL EDITOM AMD rHIPUITon. ornoi, 14 wkst rocMH-si-uw. FRIDAY... ....NOVEMBER 85 Teaching and Feeding the Poor. Cablyli baa said: "Of all public aries boarded and lodged on tho industry of modern Europe, none Is worthier of the board ha bat than thoio who speak spiritual things to men." ..:, We add, thoo are worthier trio aro engaged iu the benevolent heart-work of gathering to golher the obildren of the poor; gladdening their hearts with encouraging accents of love: and instructing the Ignorant and neglected little ones in the batter way, . Yesterday was a holiday of Thanksgiving to some three hundred Bethel children, who were prorided with a ohoice repast. Those children were not those of the opper-orust the poroo-lain-ware opeoimens of Young Amerioa In onr city, bnt the children of those classed as the "earthen-ware and hunchback beings of this nether world." It may be to some 5 olass to fight shy of to be styled "the living, brea...

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. — 25 November 1859

WANTED. "WAHT8," "FOB SALE," "TO LKT,""LOST," "FOUND," Ac, in this column, occupying fivo line or less, two Insertions, twenty -five cents. WANTED-An eiperienoed GAS-FITTER to go iuto tho cnuntjy. Good waifcs will be givsu. Apply to JAM KSQOODIN.Main-stroet. iio2Strl , WANTED PARTNERAn aetiveyoung man as partner In a paying cash business. Ho lit a fair salary. $im capital required. MALE CO., No. 120 Walnut-street. nu receive nun me prontB or a permanent situation Apply .to iio.'ou- WANTED COOK An experienced male cook at the Commercial Hospital. Apply to the Steward. 110Mb WANTED BOARDERS One or two gentlemen to have a comfortable front room, with bosrd, or a laily and gentleman can hare the same by applying at No. 67 Niuth-street, between Walnut btiiI Vlne-streete. no2'b WANTED HELP Right ofl-A male conk; a man to build Ares and make himself otherwise useful. Alan, a young lady to wait in a dry-goods home; a female cook; two chambermaids, and two dining-room girls. Apply at the Gen...

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. — 25 November 1859

THE PRESS. FRIDAY- .NOVEMBER '25 [From the December Number of the Atlantic Monthly.] Monthly.] A SUN-DAY HYMN. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. Lord of all being! throned afar, Thy glory flames from hub did star; 1 'enter and soul of every sphere, Tet to euch loving heart bow near ! Sun of our life, llion wakening ray Sheds on oar patb the glow of dux; Star of our hope, thy softened light Cheers the long watches of the night. Our midnight Is thr smile withdrawn; Hr noontide l thy gracious dawn; Our rainbow arch thy mercy's sin; All, tare the clouds of sin, are thine I Lord of all life, below, above, Whins light U Until, whose warmth la lore, Before thy ever-blazing throne We tut It no luster of our own. Grant n thy truth to make ill free. And kindling hearts that bnm for tliee, Till all thy living altars claim Clno holy light, one heavenly rlatne ! The Talisman of Charlemagne. la looking over that genorul repertory of all kinds of literary odds and ends, "Xotos and Queries," we happened up...

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. — 26 November 1859

1HE PENNY-PRESS Is pabllahed dally, ( SuniUfi excepted,) by FBANCI9CO A CALDWEIL, rB0FBIBT0tt8. ' oirioi-KO. 14 win rogiTi-miir. jam PBNNI FBMBasllvered to subscribers In Olnolnnatl, Covington end Newport, and ear. rounding cities and towns, tt the ex tremely low price of BIX CENTS A WKBK., PATABM TO UABBIIB. rsicss or mailing: Blogle copies lo.; 1 month loo.; t month! tl; 1 rw U. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD' S Til E ATE It. COEMIR IIZTB AND VINS-STSKTS. John A.. Emus, Jb,-.. .Hole Lessee Mid Ibiiwr. TH E GREAT COMEDY OF " EXTREMES." THT8 EVENING, November 3, the Beneficiary and hit daughter, (lias Carolina Bichlnga, will ap pear in the great aomadr of EXTREMES. Mr. Mayberry -. Mr. Blchlnge Ehenezer Oldrich Mr. Blister Aiinatun Smiley Read Mr. Middleman Higglne, , Langdon Mre. (Irosby - Miss Rich inns Mrs. Oldrich Mm. Uilhert Virginia Oldricli Miss Wait Nelly Fanny Denkam I n consequence of the "extreme" lenptaof "EX TREMES" no farce r.ill be acted. In preparation, several popular comedies, do...

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. — 26 November 1859

THE PRESS. ANDY W. rRAHOISOO. JOHN D. OALDWKLL IDITOU AHD reerairroas. ornui, 14 wist tocith-8tiit. SATURDAY.... NOVEMBER UH The Progress and Prosperity of the Penny Press. With Captain Bobidil, in BK. Jomsor's comedy, we hava not a pejtlol of sympathy; in plain English, w Ilk not boasting; but our doty to our readers and patron prompt! ni to make a statement or two touching tha Pinny Prims and Its condition. So brief has bean onr jooinallitlo life, 10 rapid onr progress, that not many portoni are aware of the position ws haro reaohed or the nuooeu wa hart acoomplishid. Our little bark, though launched on tha 22d of February, 1869, did aot eotne under lta present management until tha latter part of Jane, and yet it now tails swiftly and securely upon tbe sea of publie favor. Already we have passed the rooks and shoals where so many older and larger vessola hare been wrecked, and with streamers flying, onr sails are bellying with prosperous breeies. To drop an effete metaphor, our ci...

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. — 26 November 1859

01 WANTED. "WANTS " Mvnn m i Tfi I.IT." T.flHT nrO0MO"e.,in thli colnma, pocwpylng1 8.Y Hue or raw, two insertions, tweoty-nveoent. IT'ANTED On thousund persons v.no are - w amiciaa to pnrcn.Be a doiiia or llr. flAll BER'S INSTANTANEOUS RELIEF from all Pain Huuiuh EtnmhM Truitkiohi. V 1 . i - . i Itbeumatism. Bold by SCIRE, aCKSTEIN A 00.. corner of fourth and Vine. no2fib WANTED BOAED For man and wife. k..j. r . ' w" mem womn oa do otner ?J,ir:uic?tl0.n 5 wUhln few of """""""set. anuresscLlflTUN.tnia 0fflc8' noZfib' VTT-4NTED-8ALESMEN Two men of tk. rr'Fnce 10 canvass the state of onto. RAlTwiid'H reiDf' "I"1"1- APPly at Eoom No. ..r.v!ii..Mnl,aXta. P'i'ete family, to takecaro "rchUdren.ortidnchamber.work. Address AM KR- IDA V ni Dhu ninu nm XyANTBD-A YOUNG MAN Of good - uusiuew naous who can adrance W0u to foiw. Immediately, in a light manufaotariDB business. An Intertwtln the basine.ora HbftraTanlirT and PWiH HID. Will lu. L . A VAST A ' f Bl I llFTlrTtll. n WW iv evil VUV 1JIID ...

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. — 26 November 1859

THE) PRESS. SATURDAY- ..NOVEMBER U FASHIONABLE ANTHEM. Long Hie our gracious Queen, Who woa't wear crinoline, Long live the Queen! May her example spread. Broad skirts be narrowed, Long tralna be shortened; Long lire the Queen! 0 torm of atom arise, Scatter French fooleries. And make them pall. Confound those hoops and mints, Frustrate those horrid springs, And India rubber rings, Dsuc take then all I Hay dresses (wanting wida Flue figures cease to bide; Let feet be seen; Girls to good taste return, Paris flash modes unlearn, No mors catch lire and burn. Thanks to the Qseenl-lPonoh, WOMAN'S LOVE. How purely passionate, and yet bow truly womanly Is this sonnet from theglffed pen of Elizabeth Bar rett Browning: Haw do I lore (bee, let me count the wars, 1 lore thee to the breadth, and depth, and night My soul can reach, when feeling out of sighs For the ends of Being and Ideal Grace -1 lore thee to the lerel of erery day's Most quiet need, by inn and candle light, I lore I hee freely,...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
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