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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 28 November 1859

1HE PENNY PRESS Iapnbllsbed dally, ( BimdWieted.) by FRANCISCO A CALDWElTi, PBOPBIirOBS. ", i OfflOB HO. 11 Wilt rODB-ITIIIT. TBI PBNHT PBISSli delivered to snbewlbere U Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, and nr. rounding oltlee and towns, at the ei- ... tromely low price of BIX C1NT8 A WEEK, FATADLI T0 OABBIIB. piiou f MAiLiaa: Single copies la.; 1 month 10o.; t months 1; I year t. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. COBJtKB B1XTBJ AMD rrHS-STBECTS. , : , Jobs A. Immii Jb,.....-Bo1 Lessee end Manager. Lit week of those bUjhly-talented Artists, Miss Caroline amd Mr. Peter Rlchlngs. THIS EVENING, November M, will be presentad, for tne first time in Cincinnati, Dickens's popular and beautiful Cbrlitmu etory, utltle-a DOXj ' Ob, Thi Cbiciit on tb Hbabth. Dot - U1m Caroline Blchlngs Joho Peeribingle Peter Blchtnga Celeb Plummer.... ....Mleler Kdvard Plummer Langdon Berth ...Mra. Kflslor Mar Fielding ........Slim Irving Tilly Slow boy M m......MIss Denham Mis. Fielding .Mri. Gilbert Dunce..........

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. — 28 November 1859

THE PRESS. ANDY W. FBANUISOO. JOES P. 0ALDW1LL idivobs asm reersirrbas. owes, H Tist iwbtk-btrim. MONDAY -..................NOVEMBER 38 The News. The arrival of the Balt'c bring on dsj's later news from California; alio, one and three-quarter million of gold. These rich ingots are not the odIt riohe tht steamihlp brings. One cm of tIk-worm eggs are of the oargo, bound from China to Italy and the South of France. This is but the avaunt cour ier of th great commerce the wealth of trade now in the egg, to be realized by the United States from Paoifio ports. The ru mored death of Kit Carson need oonfirma tin. At St. Louis, where his daughter at tends sohool, the rumor i discredited. A difficulty Is reported between the Aeting American Consul at GujamM, Sonora; a Cap- tun of a United State sloop-of-war in that port entered protest. The Texas Legislature is In session, and has taken active steps to make Cortinas walk Spanish from Browns tills. It is reported that a French fleet will block...

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. — 28 November 1859

WANTED. NWANT8," "FOB BALI," "TO LKT,""MBT," ""orjND,"A.,in this column, ocoapylnf Bv Hie riHM,iwoineraou,twntr-nreoni. '. WANTED -A SITUATION By a mld , die aged man, In a Wholesale Grocery or Dry Goods Houa aa salesman; is acquainted with thi buainM can control a largo and valuabl trade from this 8ut and Indiana. Best of reference gl ven. Address BBIOE, at tbll office, noi&tb WANTED A SITUATION-As Ship ping or Entry Clerk in a wholesale grocer; or commission house, by a young man who writes a good hand, and who has bad eighteen months ex perience m delivery clerk and salesman in a Aral class retail grocery In an eastern city. The Terr beat reference gfren. Address "Y," cars of 0. B. Hunt, Walnut-street. ' WANTED BOY An active Intelligent boy to travel East and South this winter. He must be capable of writing neat hand. and bare a ,n"a fdacatlon generally. Inquire of ALFRED BDBNETT, No. 1M Fifth-street. no28b WANTED BOARDERS A lady and gentleman, or two gentlemen) can hare a co...

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. — 28 November 1859

THEPEE88. IHtlNDAY.. NOrBMBBB as Advertised Letters. tW All letters ad vet Used are subject to an extra- coarge ui one rem. reraocs canto lor inem will pieaso comcprepared with the nmiwv change. I tTPersons calling for these letters will please nr the v are advertised, and give Dumber and dale of lint. ( The office will open at 7X A.M.. and closest 8 P. M. Ssmdays-Offlce will open from 9 A.M. to IQH No. 48.—November 25, 1859. LADIES' LIST. A Ansell Mm C Andrew Mrs M M Appleten 8 H 3 Armstrong Miss F Anderson Mary B Abhardty Mary Aldiich Mrs B f Arriton Mrs H Allen Wiry Ann B Brown Mary W Brown Mrs H 8 Hnnn Klin V Hiker Mm Sent Brown Mrs Betty Broom Amelia Dl.n.1 Un TmM nnllo Palliarm ItukAr Mr. Anil Bull Mis Harriet Brooks Mrs Jane Ballard Emelle F . Bonmll KltliuriahBruce Charlotte Buter Elisabeth Bates Mi s L J Boyd Clementine Blaek&way M A. Bane tire E H Baldwin Durlnda Barry Qeorgina . Byrne Marv A 2 Brewer Brums L Blnckman Jane limuister Mry E Bravner Nancy Binning ttamLUli...

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. — 29 November 1859

Is published daily, (Sundays exoeyted,) by PHAMCI8CO CALD WELI,, r rVia; :'Y. i . -FllOPEIBBTOBI, '' ' :.!'!. ff !- U ,WSt VO SBTaT-gf III?, TBI rint FBIBSIs dellverMtotuljeorlbers in Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, tad tw k founding cities ud towui, at tht ex- ... !. tremely low price of NX GIHT8 A WIXJk.FATA.BLI Tw OABBIBB. ' ' PalOBSOV BUtfLfJIO: " ' Bint 1 eoples o. 1 month 40c; monthstll 1 year 14. 1HE PENNY PRESSI AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. course sixth um tihhtiiti. rJow A. IutM,JBJ5ole Lessee end Manager. t I . n ktt f .1. t-l.ni.rf Artists. S Mia Caroline and Mr. Peter Richlugs, Id Dickeni'i beautiful story ceiieu vow THIS BTININO, November 19, will be presented, for tb. Moond time In Cincinnati, Dickens's popular and bmnuinl unnmmM , ,. , rim Tn. flUCM Olt TRI H..AATH. Dot... ..Miss Caroline Riehlngs John Perlbingle...-..-....-..-........-....PeWr Rlehlugt Celeb Plumroer .........M.......M,.,..,................l.llilsr r vAri pinmmAv... ............i.....u.LftnKdon ".B...

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. — 29 November 1859

.ISfiE THE PRESS. ANDI W. FBAN0I8O0. JOHN D. OALDWILL ditom ui raeraiaToaa. - otnoi, 14 mm rovm-snin. TUESDAY... .NOTKMBBft 9 The Fire-alarm Telegraph. Johk N. Gamivili, A- Co'. have been allowed the aie of the City Counoll Chamber to exhibit the working machinery ct the American Fire alarm and Polloe Telegraph. . The wire, bit Urine, do., are now la the hall. The proprie tor), who have secured soma eleven paten le, bare a inperlor apparatus, and will. BO doubt, le able to pat It in oomplete operation in this city for $40,000, In ash or bondi. It li In operation In Loniirille and Boston, and a con trast for 5T,000 hu been made to apply the apparatus In Now Orleans. To-night the committee will hare a oonferenoe with the pat entee, and It ia expeoted that the bell of George street Bnjine-houM will sooaJiba operated apon by the eleotrie flald. The main itatlon cf the telegraph lines to be laid will be at the offioe of the Chief Engineer of the Fire Department, whioh, it ii our opinion,...

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. — 29 November 1859

WANTED. I , "WAHT8," "FOB Alii," "TO LIT," "L08T," FOCND,"o.,ln thleoolumn, occupying live Udm or ujee.twotaseHione.twerjtr.Bveosnts. WANTED TO TRADE Six flrat-olsse . . SEWINw MACHINES for new or second- 5f ,J .l"' ?V '!,ood or grooeriee. Inquire at Ko. lot Fourth-street, Boom Mo. a, up etatra, novb VJiANTE D A respectable woman m pro- , "mvyum,iaiimiii .amity, must dob good yaaher and ironar. Tha bait city reference re Hired. Inquire, from nntll II o'clock, at No. 406 Seventh-etreet, between Cutter asd Lion. aoHb WA N TED IMMEDIATELT A Gar dener) alao twoOlrli to go to the country, ana as Cook and the other to aasist In Housework. uooa retiaote nelp, male and female, to be seen and luraire quit, as oiyomoa, no. au7 aim ana mnta- street. inoaVDJ THUUAB atUUHANAIi w ANTED A good COOK.' Apply at no. aw EMTeniD'Hreec. dozvd WANTED -A SITTJATION-By .mid dle aged man, in Wboleaale Orooary or Dry Oooda House aa salesman; is acquainted with the business; can control a large and valuable t...

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. — 29 November 1859

THE PRESS. .NOTBMBBa. 99 LOVE FOR LOVE'S SAKE. BY ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING. If tbon most love me, tot It b for naught ' Iio.pt for love nki only. Do not say I 1st hsr for her smile her look htr nr Of speaking slowly for a triok of thought Which (kill in well with mine, and cartes brought A huh or pleasant ease on tuoh a jlay- For than thing! in themselvsa, Beloved, may Be changed, or change tor thee-and Ion so wrought May be unwreugbi so. Neither ion me for Thin own dear pltr'a wiping my cheeks drr- " HI no one might well forget to weep who bora Thy comfort long, and loee tbf love thereby. But lovs m for love's lake, that evermore Thoa mayst ion on through lon'a eternity. ' The Gridiron Ordeal of Free Masonry— A Police Officer Alarmed at the Initiation Rites. The New York Evening Post relates thu amusing story: ; 1 .MI Captain Jenkins, of one of the precincts above Canal street, enjoys tho reputation of being an able police officer. A short time sinoe he entertained the fancy to u...

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. — 30 November 1859

1HE PENNY; PRESS Ii yaklUbad dally. ( Bandar escepteA.T'tri FRAKCI8CO & CALDWEIA, PB0PBIK0B8. rnoa M wit rotiii.iiliiT. THI riNNT FBISSIs delivered to subscribers I Cincinnati, OorlnftoD end Newport, tad sur ronndlnf eltlM tnd towns, tt tht i tremelr low price of BIX U1HT8 A WMK, PATABLI TO OABBUB. raica or luiuao: Btagle copies Jo.; l month 40o.;S monthsll; 1 rear K. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. COIIH SIXTH AID TIM-ntlCTO. Join A. unit, Ja.....Jois Lessee tnd Mtnatw. 1 Last night but thro of - '. Miss Caroline d Nr. Peter Richingt, WIDNE8DAY EVENING, November M, In con e luence of tha numerous and incessant applications at the Box Offlce, the great canted of IXTBKUI8. Mr. Mayborry ......Mr. Richings. Kb.ti.wr Oldricb wmtHMMWHi H Hr. Ellsler. Au.ijtua Bmller.. Mr. Bend. Mr. Middleman Hlggins ..Mr. Langdon. Mra. Crosby -..Mra. Caroline Blchinga. Mrs. Oldrlch m M ................Mra. Gilbert Virginia Oldricb Mlm Wait. Kelly Fanny Denham. aw In eonseijuence of tha "extreme" length o...

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. — 30 November 1859

X;BB.:PKJj3SS. AN.,. W. fflANUUMJO. JOHN V. CALL) WE Lb ditow and r-serairroas. cruel, H wut rotntTH-BTUiT. . WBDNESDAY .NOVEMBER 30 Washington Irving is Dead. It has been said that virtue alooe has majes ty in death, whioh open, the gate of fame, and , shuts tho gate of enyy, and that In the death of a good man eternity if seen looking through time. The minion of the great American au thor, fai8BWQT0 Iaviao, ia ended on earth. He died en Monday, 28th ina.., at "Sonny Bide," in the village of IrvingtoD, a itatton on Hudson River Railroad, 29 mile north of ew York. Death ii limply the soul's change of residence, and the aocuatomed benignant face of Geoffrey Crayon will no more be aetn on the banki of the Hudson. A SIITCB Or BIS LIFI. Wibhikoton Iavixa wai born In the jity of New Tork, April 3, 1783. Hit father ' was a native of Sootland, hia mother an English no man, Uia first literary easaya, &c, attracting atloutlon, were lettera on the drama, soolal oustoma of New York, eommun...

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. — 30 November 1859

.WANTED. "WANTS," "roil 8Ab,'"TO LKT," "LOHT," FOUND,"., In thiscolnma, oooxpylng five line r les, iwa.iiettJoft,tweaty-ftveoenl. WANTED HOUSE A small home -of three or Ibar rooms, er part ofj boms, In central part itf lh city, Addrcaa U, D; V., at ttali offlc. , i -. , n30.b 17"ANTED To parchase the stock of , ret " J- thla oWce. no30-b YlfANTED-BOARDING-A young lady 1T A N T D BOARDERS Two' day a.7 . b?fJr. where theoomforte or home can be MCnrcd. Situated -on fourth, near Elm street. References required. Address W. O. 8., at Penny Press Office. no30-b WANTED SEAMSTRESS At the shirt . store No. 100 West Fourth-street.opposlte io rogromc. luoSO-b JAMbiS 11UBIN0UN WANTED SITUATION Ai porter In . . , a store, by a young man of temperate babita, Afldmaa Al' H 1 lltmliah Pn.tnA.. II. ..I .1 OliiO. ' ' ' nn'in.k ' no30.b WANTED BOY About fifteen years of age. to make hlmaelf naeful. Apply at Oity Baloen, Sixth-street, between Alain and Walnut. no30-b WANTED aiRL To do the) work of small...

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. — 30 November 1859

..NOTSBIBBB SO WEDNESDAY- THE HERO LOVED AND LOST. THE HERO LOVED AND LOST. BY ROBERT BROWNING. Jul for handful! of stiver he left us. Just for a ribbo to (tick In his coat R2Bliit? o which fortsne bereft us, Jost all the others eh lata as devote: They, with th. gold to gin, doled blm oat lllver, Bp much was theirs, wao little allowed. How all our copier bad gone for hii service! Sato, war th.j purple, Eu heart had been proud! We tliat had loved him to, followed him, honored him, , lived In hi mild and magnificent ere, w J "tl bu hnlroage. caught his clear accestf, Mads him our pattern, to lire and to diel Vi ""P"" was 01 us, nuioa wa lor as, Burn, Bheliey, were with ns-thy watch front Ihslr He alone break front the ran aid the freemen. He alone iinki to tbe rear aid "i slaves! fS!l!i?!!f,h?.7,DM thrMghhls presents; Hull Wdii SSSi.''!" h0MU hi9JwcDee, Blot mil hl.g22:cl.wbn, the iwl bide aspire, llai men iriSLdTin,i ?""f footpath ontred. Out bum wi"p.h ,0' " rrow for angela, vue mur...

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. — 1 December 1859

1HE PENNY PRESS . Ii pabllibed daily, ( Bandar' excepted,) trf FRANCISCO fc CAXDWEt ' 1 ' PB6PBIT0M.t- J I t . . fflOl J0. U Wilt rODITI-ITtllT. TBI flin VBKM to delivered, to snbeertbers la Oinotnnatl, OoTlnfton tnd Newport, and sur rounding cities and towni, at the ex. - tromely lowprioeof BIX C1BT8 A WIIK, PAYABLE TO OABBH& mtn or miLiaa: - t r ' Magi ooples lo.i 1 month Mo.; S months 1; 1 rear - AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. OOEHia illTB AMD TIHHTiTI. Jon A. Bujlib, J...... Jol Lessee and Kanafer. Fori lively tha last appearance of Mlu Caroline aad Mr. Peter Rlchlnga In tlie great Comedy of "rxtremw." THURSDAY 1 VEHING, December 1, will be pre- "nt4d BXTBEMES. Mr. Mayberrv .............Mr. Bijhings. Kbenezer Oldrioh ......,...MM....,....Blr. Ellsl.r, Augustus Smiley ..i,M...................Mr. Bead. Mr. Middleman Biggins Mr. Langdou. Mrs. (Jrfbr.,.....................MlM Caroline Uiohlogs. Mrs. Oldrlcb ......,...............Mr. Gilbert. Virginia 01drich..... Miss Wait. Belly F...

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. — 1 December 1859

CL THEPEE8S. AH OX W. f HAMOlflOO. JOHN D. OALDWILL aoivons m mnimu. omoi, 14 wmt rouiTH-snm. THURSDAY- DECEMBER. 1 The South. Tha Ohio and Mississippi hart been the gTMt thoroughfare of oommeroo, lino terri torial Um, for tb business man of Cincin nati. The barge, the flat-boat and the steam boat hart bora tha earl of commiroe hereto fore, bat a diversion hat taken place. The barge-mea are nearly all dead, the old itook of iteamboat notorieties, nobilitlei and nota bilities era "passing away' and tbe iplrit and the animation of the trade on tbe waten it manifested less forcibly erery year. Bat here 1U enthroned, as before, on the banks of the Ohio, Cincinnati, more and more oity of meehanlci, of prodnoen, of traders; ber capac ities to manufacture, barter and tell greater and greater erery year of her growth. New arenuei of lnter-oomtnaaioatloa . are now opened. The railroad big taken the talent and the taetof the land for id administration, and on the rail now flies with oelerity ...

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. — 1 December 1859

WANTED. .''WANTS," "FOR 8ALB," "TO LET." "LOST," " WOCX D,n 4o.,4n this oolums, -oocnpytng ore 11dm v w, hwuiuaemouaweniyrnvsoenie. WANTED -A 8ITUATI0N-By i young woman, to do plain sewing, or as Chamber maid. References given. Address MARY, at this 'trace. delb WANTED BOARDINGl For one or two young men, In a house where there are few "I.!?"? bo?1' Terms to be moderate and location within fifteen minutes' walk or Ihe Poetoflice. Ad- 5??" iiiUD!l1t,ly' ,tR,in t,"a, -0. W. D Box J,323, yostottlco. delb 17"ANTED-A 8ITUATION-By young . Ti man' who nM beeI several jean In the re tail grocery trade ; writes fair hand and hai a knowledge of accounU. Addreis GROCERY, office of the Fenny Presi. delb WANTED HOUSE A email bout of three or four rooms, or part of a house, in central part of the city. Address M. J). W., at this oflloe. no30-b WANTED To purobsie tha stock of retail grocery-from 1,000 to 12,000. Ad Ureal T. J J., at thle office. no30-b WANTED BO ABDINQ-A young lady desires a pleaaa...

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. — 1 December 1859

THE PRESS. THURSDAY. -.0BCE9IBBK. 1 [From the New York Home Journal.] TREMBLINGS OF A LOVE-LUTE. TREMBLINGS OF A LOVE-LUTE. BY KATE SEYMOUR MACLEAN. The lilly bells ring nnderg round", Their ranile small 1 hear, When lobM of dew that .hint, pearl round, Hang in th cowslip' w i Anil nil the summer blooms and spray An ebeathed from the inn, And yet 1 feel, In many ww, Their living pulse, run. The orownlnf roMof .ammer-tim Lie. foldd oo In .tern ; lu bright nrn holdi 00 hon.y win, It brow no diadem 1 And ret my aoal la inljr thrilled, A. If I .tood an.ar dome '.gal prawnc. unr.vealed 'lho,uuof all thyar. . 0 mat, deer row I IU rotat and daw Uprhing from th lake, And eunnbin.glaudug warmly through ' Hare kissed tha flower, awak ; Toe orchard blooms ar. dropping balm, ' ' The tulip'a gorgeous cup, ' Uor .lender th.n a dert palm, IUobaiioufuthup, . Tb birds ara inrd lathe tree, Tha wan star burn and pale, 0 rote coma forth I Vp'a tba breei I iiaarth nightingale. Unfold thecrliuaoa wave th...

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. — 2 December 1859

1 HE PENNY PRESS li published (UU7, (Bandars uceptad,) bi FRANCISCO fc CALDWELIi, PBOPBIBTOBfl. trioi 10. 14 win loviti.if hit, TUB FIN NT PBI88 Is delivered to subscribers In Cincinnati, Oovlngton and Newport, and iar. rounding cities and towns, at tbe , tromeljr low price of BIX CJNTS A WIKK, PAYABLI TO CABBUB. raioss or mailing: Single Outlet to, j 1 month 40o.; 3 months $1; 1 rear 4. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER, OOlNia SIXTH AND V1NI-ITIIBTS. Joag A. Illilib, Ja.........8ole Leasee and Manager. Benefit or MIbb c. Rlchingi, And her last appearance but one, together wjth the eminent artist, Mr. P. B10H1MU8. FBIDAY EVENING), Dec. 2, will be presented a new sensation novelty, of great dramatic effect, culled LOUISE DE LIUNEROLLES. Lonlse de Llgnerolles..... Miss 0. Bichlngs la Grange .. ...............Peter Bichlngs Henri de LiKiierolleB............. Langdon UeciledeOlvry Miss Irving After which Miss Bichlngs will sing " La Marseil laise." To be followed by THE BONNIE FISH-WIFE. Miss...

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. — 2 December 1859

THE PRIES S. ANDY W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL nrroaa aid raenirroa. - ' tmgi, 14 wut rouBTH-STEnrr. FRIDAY..- ... December a To- a Day of Duty. Dhows is to be hang to-day. A jqry has found him guilty; tot) Court give the sen teace; and by the messengers of law he is to ha hung. Ho who resorted to violent baa met violent death. Thia ia a day not to discern the faalti of others, but to mend and prevent our ova. Are we guiltless of his erimef Have we always been in the temper toward our neighbor which caused ui to treat him with charity, Did we at any time mad den the people with the demagogue' appeal to the poor to war on the rich: to the mob to attack the bank; to the mob to ront the no grow at Buoktown, or the Shakers from their villagaaT Are we sot disposed to get rid of aa offensive pren by throwing the types out of the window or into the river? ; Our duty to-day, then, is to determine that we will set so more bad examples; to resolve, to discoun tenance violence; to mind our, ...

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. — 2 December 1859

" FOUND," Ao., in this column, occupying Ave lint or leu, two Insertions, twenty-five eente. WANT E D INFORMATION" Of my , , etep-soo. WILLIAM BENBT BOWERS twslve rears old, hark brown hair, gray ayes, nigh forehead, niedlum-itsed I drts-ed In KemmkF jeans subject to fits i .ometlunes partially deranged. 8u posed to be eutnswbere in Covlnstou, Ky. When last heard from he was at ihs Madison liousn, Gov lugtoo, Ky., In tha capacity of bsli-bov. tit left there about three week ago, and has not been heard from since. Any person notifying me of his where, abouts, either by letter through lh Ne Vpor"? olitce, or raM-fonslly at Messri. B. W. A 0 W. Sob. one Feed-mills, corner of Monmonth and Jefier. on.treet., Newport. Ky.. .hall b. Illwally reward ed fur their twiihle, de2b DAHEU POPPING. "WANTED-IUFORMATION-Of JOHN wn ,K4,EBT.T" of CountV Oalway, Parish of Klloonly, Clanmllon, and BrtH.QB CORLISS, from Bhndmll. A irlend of theirs would like to ZtltrJ?n lhm- .Th? n ""a her r oalllne: at N...

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. — 2 December 1859

THE PRESS. FRIDAY.. ... DECEMBER 51 PUNCH ON THE TERRY-BRODERICK DUEL. Clinch thns rhythmically and rhymlcally philoso phises upon Senator Broderlck, killed by Cblef-J al lies Twit: "It wm a noble Senator erect in Freedom'! cause. ' A patent, grave anil honored man to frame Columbia laws. It wua a yet mora honored one, a chief who held In trust The rights, the UbeTMei, the Urea or kindred tons of (first. , That hanghty high-touted Senator, that venerated Judge, Had nursed between then daintily some paltry cause of grudge, Till ongor'e flame too clearly rose for inch brave men to smother, . , And New- World ethics now laid down that one must kill the other. ,. . , M , Forth from the stera Chief-Justice then blood-craving missives sped; , And Judge and Senator, or both, are numbered with the dead, . For gloating gossips said that if the kully Judgo should fall, . . ,, , . , Would fellow-ruffians take hi) place, with 'blood for blood' their call. One after other, while the alaln their ...

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