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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 3 December 1859

1 H EtP E N.NT.PRE S S It pntdtahed dallr, ( Boategri eeted.f by ., FRANCISCO fc CALDWELL, . . ,'". PBOPJUBtOBB. if ios-o. H" wiiT-rooata it's i tr im PINHT FBXSBli delivered to subscribers la Cincinnati, Oorlngton and Newport, and tar ronndlm cities and towns, at tha ex tretnely low price of BIX C1HTS A WIIK, PAT1BLI TO OABBIBB. paionor MAima: Blmla ooples le.; 1 month Mo.; 8 months tl; 1 year 4. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER, oania iiitb akd tki-stuiti.' font A. BLULaa,Ja....M.,JolaIiMMandlbaa(er. Benefit of Mr. P. RIchlngi, And lut appearance of Mr. and Mies BI0HIHGB. RATTJRDAY EVEHINO, Dec. 3, will be presented Mrs. Mowatt's great American comedy of FASHION; Oa, AaiiTOoaaor of Nsw Tobc. Adam Trueman ......Rlchlnm Gertrude...... - Mia 0. Etchings Bnobeon .............. .........Kllsler Count Joliinaitre ....., ... ,......,...,..Itead Mr. Tiffany m.....,,....,m........ ......Hann JMi'linette .. Hri. ISllsler J'rmlence Uiaa Denham After which Hiss Blchinga will aing " La Marseil lalae...

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. — 3 December 1859

HE PRESS. AJiUY W. raUNCloOO. JOHN O.OALDWIIiL unrroa un raerati-roa. ...... orrtoi, 14 vast foosth-bt j. aTCKDAY.. DBUKMBEJl 3 s 1 Our Own Beloved Ohio. A from-hand-to-mouth polio, we fear, been, and lUll oontinnei to be, pursued by Ohio Legislators, la eondacllDg the business affaire of this giant State of tbe WmU Tea polities of psrtj bss absorbed the talent and well nigh drowned the patriotism of tbe rep retentetiTei of tbe people. Platforms and eauoases have engrossed the oaros of leaders, and tbe relation the State bore and bears to a national system of polltios baa blinded our eyes to tbe huge Importance of village, town ea'p, oity and county affairs. When shall we escape from the hamper ef each shaoklei, and go into a committee of the wbole on local mat' tera. Let the eoming session of the Legists, tore of Ohio be exempt from those iatermlna ble quarrels of party. Let the business of the State be properly referred to eommlttces, bo duly eonsidered and determined. We want a s...

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. — 3 December 1859

WANTED. tiiZAST?'" "0K SALSV'JTO I) IT," "LOST, "rO0ND,"Ato.,lnthloolnmn, occupying St 11dm insertions, rwniy-avoetil, WANTED M B N A large number of active, lodcistrloos men cm Hod agreeable Md t Ilia mmmm tlA laMall.. - 1 . I . . 7.1 ivuiiiit employment in III of soni new and popular Books and Maps. . """"". 1,10 m" nistorian ana author known to the elvillted world i banc their K- ;. wuio buu MtiiuiD-i ior yourselves IHr forwenffatfln. In th..i-..,i.A .ni.fi..u.i - l,v:T.,,,..",""u AOKB BABNITZ, Publisher, deJtf w wear rourtn-streot, Cincinnati. WANTED-A SITTJATION-Bya young .Z . .lyn,0Lood morul habit, li tboronihly aCQualnted with the grocery business, wholesale and retail. Is conversant with the Spanish language, hot particular abont locating in the clty-is wllllnf to go North, South, East or Weat. References a to fWU' lnai"",r and Integrity. Addree B. B. 8., tblsolfloe. deib WANTED 509 AGENTS To sell Dr. t, GEO. BARBER'S IN8TANTANEO08 BE LIEF frotn all pain, the beet remedy In...

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. — 3 December 1859

T FIE PROS SS. MATTltDAY DKCK1IBER 3 TIME—A SHAKSPEAREIAN SONNET. Xlko in :ho .vavesj mak. toward the pebbled shore, o tin our minute' hnntt-n to tleireod; Ewholuinejnii placewlth that which goes before, hi hHliieut tun all I'orwar.i tl contend, . Nativity onceln thnmainof lioht. Crawls tu uiaturlty, wherewith lining oruwn'd, ro.OcI eclipse 'gaiuathls glory Itglit, Ami time that gave, duth no bn gift confound, T.uiu ilnth transfix I he flourish tot in youth, And delvr the parallel' in beauty's brow, Keedaon the raritl- s or nature' truth, Ami nothing .lands but for hil scythe to mow. At il ;it, to tluuwin hop, my vera shall stand, 1'ral.liig thy worth, de.ptte nit cruel hand. ONLY LOVE ME LAST. Friend, whiise smile has cuius to lie Vr- pmt irH ttntti me Xtt'inuli 1 know! diiiik not rlrst Ot your In ton bright fountain burst, .'t 1 ijnevf nt I'nr the put, Nu YOU.Hllv ltivemi lal. ii'h' v '' nnv find their joy li. thflilintl loveot's boy Civ,, me thai ah loh ywsra huve tried, liijfipl...

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. — 5 December 1859

1HE PENNY PRESS I published dally, ( Bondays excepted,) bp FRAHCI8CO CA1DWEW, :"'; 7 " FB0PB1KC0B8. trioa-ao. u wilt roviti-iTiui, IBM PIHNT PBESSb delivered to sobseribers la Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, and sur rounding cities and towni, at the ex tremely low prloe of BIX OUSTS A WKK, PAYABLE TO OABRIBB. men or mailiho: Single copies .; 1 month Iflo.-, S months til I year it. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER, cobskb sixth aso vinb-stbikts. Join A. Elulii, J a.. Bole lessee and Manager, - MONDAY EVENING, Dm. , will be presented IMcheas's beautirul and affecting play of DOTi Os, Tui CaioxiT 01 the Heists. Dot Mrs. EUsler John lorlblD8le.,.M.fMM....iMMiiAlr. Iiangdon 0reb Pluramer............... M.......M...ljllsler Edward Plummer....... e 1 1 (M 0 10 SB II 0e to Its MOOS 0 Hall Tackle ton Hano Mertha - ......... Miss Annls Walt May Fielding ..,. . ...... ..Miss Irving Tilly Slow boy..... M 1m Denhani Mrs Fl'ldiug HMMMH..Mrt Gilbert The tlrlcket ) The Cradle -Engaged for the occasion...

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. — 5 December 1859

JUUlilJ J! THEPEESS, AN OY W. FRANCISCO. J0H8 D. CALDWILL iditom A reerairroij. orrtoi, 14 ft rocBTH-BTBirr. .MONDAY... .DECKMHCR 9 The American Congress—Our Hope for the Union is in the West. To-day the Amorico Congress Membli - under circumstance of mora than usual del icacy. Moat of the far-renohlng Statesmen, the well-tried patriots, are no longer the people's counsellors. Exoltetnent pervades the ranks of parly, the representatives of whioh are aliuoft evenly divided in the U. S. House of Representative!!. We have no other Mo tional prejudice! than those whioh a true pat riotism and a wise foresight admonish us may be used for the permanent welfare of the whole nation for the establishment of a more perfeot Union of these Confederate State. We have strong convictions of the power and importance f the West in the approaching Congreaa. The progressive maroh of this great Union, to which we all ihould keep step to a truly na tional musie, has brought the representation of the West...

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. — 5 December 1859

WANTED. , w4MT8,""rOB 8 A LB," "TO LICT,""LOBT," VI ... I, 0. 111 K II IB liVIUDIMi WUHpring UT0 UOOS vi ivo, iwg insertions, tweniy-uve cepis "VET ANTEDsTo ell one full courie Sehol win . "1. A" " . 0unSrr wmnwrtUI Coltolte. i l I . - Amtress n, w. B ntc h, Postjiffloe Box 'J267,and tell where I can make iwo unus. wuuu viinuce u stuuy UOOK-sOeptDff de.'ib'i for various situations In city and country. Apply at no general Intelligence Agency, No 3x2, Western' lileAl) A. P. 0AH80N ACQ, ITANTED-SITUATION A thorough w Double-entry Book-keeper and business man tiesires a position in a mercantile or manufacturing business, or as an Agent. Good references will be i.MMiuueu uy aauressing Bon 2329, Cincinnati rost olrlce. deib' EANTED--NUR8E'--Immeciiately. One - innicanRivesntisiartoryroterenceeastocnar- " in . uonn wages. Apply at tnia oince. ae.Mi' WANTED AGENTS A good chance is now offered to good reliable men Winning to travel. No capital required. For Information apply A. D. Onrsou 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. — 5 December 1859

THE PRESS. MONDAY DECEMBER S Advertised Letters. tsT All letters advetrlscd are subject to n extra ehar.-c of one cent. Persons calling for them will please w?LP"pared 'th lle necessary change. , lPeinons calling for these fetters will please say the v.ire advertised, and give number and date of liar. J2T T09 will open aWX A. M., and c lose at r. M. Sunday-Omce will open from 9 A. U. to lPJsj A. Al. No. 49.—December 3, 1859. No. 49.—December 3, 1859. LADIES' LIST. A AlmUtMlssJ A Armstrong Mrs J Albro Silas L A Aiie.i Jlissllary Atwell Mrs Mary J Aunts Airs Maria Allen Alias Mary B Burroughs MIssASBalley Mrs E V Bowers Miss E liogart MlM Katy Burr Alias llizis Butler Mrs L II Bi:cr Mrs Hernard Mrs Mary Berry Mary fvnthalow Mrs M Ball Miss Mary Berry MraJIaiy A Brikcr Mlia Nora Browns iroim MIm Amy Brown Mrs 3 C Cheadle Miss A Cross MIm L Qully Mary Ann CrM Miss Mary Oowen Mrs K 0 Oatlin Miss A Cloi.urneMre Chester Mrs M A Ooiad Mra T Curnyn CatharlueCampbcIl Mln J Crawford Miss WO Co...

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. — 6 December 1859

1HE PENNY PRESS It raUUhsd dally, ( flnnday noUd,) br FRANCISCO jk CAliDWEIil, FB0FB1V0B8. rioiao. 14 wist roviTi-i tiiit. TH PKNHt PBISSli delivered to snborlDr la Cincinnati, Oorrlnfton and Newport; and ror. rounding eitiM and town, at th as. tromely low price of II OIHTS A WIBK.PATIBH TO OABBIIB. men or maimus: Ingle copies lo.; 1 month 40e.; 3 months l; 1 r t. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER, COUU SIXTH AMD TIMI-tTBItTI. Jon A. Ei-un', Ja,..,Bol Lessee and Mnr. TUESDAY EVENING, Dec. 8, will be presented Siikeni'i beautiful and affecting play of DOT; Oa, Thi Cbiokit oh tb Hiarth. Dot ................-.... H ri, Kl liler John Peribloglt...... Celeb Pluramer .......Mr. Lansdon Busier Howard riilinnier.. ....... ........ Tnckleton.,........................... -...Hall Hann Mia Annie Wait ......... .Mln Irving MisaDenham Mra, Gilbert Bertha.., Mar yielding , Tilly Blnwlioy Mrs. ri'ldlng The Cricket The Cradle. The Kettle .. ii Engaged for the occasion Dance by - in tut &ate rennoyer T...

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. — 6 December 1859

I'HE PEESS. 4 . . rnscisco. John . oaldwill iwrtvM ins rearauaroa. - TrfcSJUY- .decembir. 6 The Fugitive-slave Act. 111 eriinanoa of 1739 oontalned a provi fivu lot Ui Mturn 6( fugitive from labor, and ths Constitution of the United SUtat adopUd Ki a compromise for the government of all the tales, bu thU provision: "No person held to service or labor in one Stat shall, In ooo iieiience of any lair or regulation therein, be discharged from snob, service orlabor,bat iball be dollvered np on olalm of the party to whom such service or labor may be due." While tbs Constitution remains as It Is, fugitive .laves are to be reitored the n.anner thla is t) be effected bas been determined by a law naeted In pursuance of this constitutional pro vision. People of the non- sl&veholdlng States fcsve a desire that the reoapture shall be con ducted with due oiroumspeotlon, and shall, aa slightly as possible, give offense to those re siding In free States. Aa intimated, we pro duce a reoommended ...

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. — 6 December 1859

w I t T WANTED. er -- v., iu .mB ouiunin, ctocapyina dvs lines r less, two insertions, twenty-eve oenis. - WANTED Rliht off, without. delay, a w male Cook ; also a female (Joek. Apply early ifiS.Swneral Intelligence Agency Office of A. D. CARBON A OQ No. Sits Western-row, dtf b M7"ANTED A NURSE GIRL-Entirely W T competent to take charge of children. Nous other need apply. Apply at 137 Broadway, doth WANTED -WET-NURSB-A good wet ua "i"9t child. Immediately, at No. mixthjRoomo IQiind 11, third story. deb V"ANTKD-BMPLOYMBNT-Bt ft r.7r.T..70"nK.!n"?. M ?ortor r c of bnrsee: nre situation when ba can make himself generally useful. Addrese C. W. B. at this oflice. de6b V"ANTED A small HOUSE of four or .1 a,S. ro?n, within seven or olght squares of A?JPo,,!BSf' bj tn't who will pay In Sdvahce. Address M. T. at this oflice. del WANTED AGENTS and other aotly young men to anil one of the boat articles star offered to the public Agent are maktns $8 rerday. Call at 128 Walnut-street, Boom 1. de...

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. — 6 December 1859

THE PRESS. Tl'BKOAV.. ..DKCElUBER H [From the German of Prutz.] THE MAIDEN AND THE SEA. Dy the ocean walk a maiden, mora log breeze round her straying Where all the night tbeorazjr whirlwind on the toss ing wavo wae Blaring. O'er the beach the rujy coral sprays, aud shining fiarl lie strevtn, the storm from depths of ocean in the night time hath uptbrown. , With her treasure trove delighted, gathers she with ewift intent, All the glowing, glittering rlche which the sullen billows sem; ... Gall; decketh brow and bosom, smooths her locks, aud trims her gowu Aud in fiucy see her playmates onvleus bluh and angry frown: ... Ab 1 ehe thinks not of the tempest, which from ocesu'a rocky caves Madly lore the gleaming coral with lie shock of an gry waves I Au.'shedrcanis not that thewblrlwlnil.wlillelttoisM ber treuauresrouud. Heaped the cruel shore with hlpTeclr.-strewea the wavei with Bailor drowned I Thus 1 bring thee aouge, my darling, ailed with many a wild emotion; look upon the oeor le...

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. — 7 December 1859

IHE PENNY PRES S Is pnbllabed dally, ( Sundays eicepUd,) by FRANCISCO A CALDWEIX, PBOPKIBTOUB. rtos DO. 14 wn? ro OBT I IT. Till PINNT PBBSati delivered to snrMCTlbers lo Cincinnati, Oorington and Newport, and stu rounding cities and towns, at the ex trcmelrlow price of MX CUNTS A WIKh., PAYABLE TO OABBIIH. mentor nAiima: HlugleeophisJo.i 1 month 40o.; 3 monthiil; 1 yar 4. AMUSEMENTS. I WOOD'STHEATER, OnlNEI I1ITH AND VlNE-STaKtTS. loan A. Eluiiib, Ja Jlole Lessee and Manager. WEDNESDAY KVKKINO, Dc. 7, will be pre piil"'! the Interesting pin; of JACK CADE; Ob, Tub Kemhh Rekellion. Jack Cade .. Latiitdou r rim Lacy Hnnn Wut Worthy ., Ellnlcr liOnl Clifford Road Maramne Mrs. Ellslor Kate Worthy M Miss Waite Widow Cede .. .... J ulia Irving Dunce liy Miss Kate Pennojer To conclude with tlio favorite farco called , JENNY LIND. Jcnuy Llnd...... Miss Denham HarunHwigihuT Berry Adams Lsatberlungs. ......... ,. Fisher Mi'. Gay Bonee l u preparation, a thrilling drama called "Toulssnnt 1,'On...

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. — 7 December 1859

THE PRESS. The Branch city prison. The benevolent have foi long time desired reform in the mode of punishment of the vagrant women committed to the City Prison. The style in which they lire inside of the place of confinement hu been to congenial to the depraved, all being in one room, en couraged by the vile language of each other, that they batten on the relishing reoitala of each other's crimes and on the boastings of tlteir special offenses. Ko wonder, then, when discharged from Jail, that they again steal, for they long to return to the great Va grant) Exchange; there they meet their as sociates and agree upon new plans of villainy. This routine has been permitted so long that the dissolute olaim quarters thus provided n s vested right. Now, change this; sepa rate the parties; give each a olean prison gar ment; eompel cleanliness of person; give them daily instruction; put them to wort. This will bsso disagreeable to them,sourjamiableto them, that either they will reform, or els...

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. — 7 December 1859

WANTED. ''W4NT8," "FOB BALI!" "TO LOT," "LOST," ruuKD,"fto.lin this column, occupying live line! or lets, two Insertions, twenty-five Cents. ' VJU'ANTED A small HOUSE in the west- ern part of the city; containing from S to 5 rooms; would purchase the furniture. Address X 0 ff through the Postoffloc. de7d' WANTED-CUrlrj, book-keepers, lalea W men, bar-keppers, porters, coopers, carpen ters, mechanics, laborers anil others, can and sltua. lions at the Merchants' Clerks Beglstry Office, la) Walnut-street, ide7bJ HALBtCO. VVANTED To correspond with persons .7.1... nlng steam power, who ra Interested In an effectual preventive against In. nutation from the use or lime-water. Address J. BIOHABDS, . Columbus, 0. WNTED-HOUSE-Contalnlng t 8 roomi, Immediately, Address 133 Third ttreet. de7b WANTED A Young Lad; to play la an Amateur Dramatic Company, una who hta had sotue experience preferred. Addreaa, with par ticulars, N. A.fl. 8 Cincinnati poatofflce, until Frf. dHy. dc7-b WANTED Right off...

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. — 7 December 1859

THE PRESS. WKDNK8DAV.. ... DECKMBKR. 1 THE POWER OF SONG. BY FREDERICK SCHILLER. A rain-flood from ttie Mountain riven. It leaps lu thunder forth to-day; Before us rash the crags aro driven, Tho oaks uprooted whlrl'd twiv! Awed yot in awe atl wildly gladd'uiog, Thu startled wanderer halts below: He hears the rook-born waters madd'nlng, Nc.r wits the source from whence they go Mo, from their high, mysterious Founta, alone, -itreain on the silenced world the Wafts of Song! Knit with ibe thread! of Ufa, forever. fly thnae dread Powora that wears the woof W linse art the singer's spell can sever? Whose brewit has mail to nia.ic proof? Lo. to ttie Bard, a waud jf wonder The Herald of (ho Gods baa given; He sinks the noli! tlia death-real under, Ur lilts it breathless up to heaven linlf sport, half earned, rocking ita devotion I pju the tiemuloua ladder of emotion, liven aa a child, that, after pining For the sweat absent mother bears Dor voiceand, ronnd her neck entwining Young arms, vou...

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. — 8 December 1859

kHE PENNY, -PRESS I" pabllebed dalr, ( 8u4ifi oaptd.) br FRANCISCO CALDtTKLK, !j '-( PBOPBAECOBS. ' tfioa-Ro. u wsst t ,Br'-s't aaar, TBI FIRST PBISSta dUv.rd to bcrlbsr I t Hndnutl, Oorlnctta sad Newport, Bad rar-rounding- eltlM And to was, at tat troraelr low price of BII CI NTS A WEEK, PATABLI TO CABBIES. raton or mmuxo: SI agl oople to. j 1 mon th 40c. ; 3 months It; 1 year ji, e AMUSEMENTS. pobbb sixth a; ire Trenmirts.- orr . tiiiin, JB.-,-Jkl Lmw d Manager. The BUI r the Hoaioiti ! ' r f TBOuSDAlf EVENING, Dm. S, will to pteeanted Sh Interesting play, In lour tableaux. oalled 'I'HE BHUJiMAKER WF TOUL'OUSE; Or, Thb Avaaosa r Hcbslb 'uira. Jacob Ool.t ..-...Laiidon Medlnler, ...... smkede aronaae, .Uann .Read tdelnl tie..., Aleriraret. Mil. ...am. aim.r but Denham Dane hv. ... Mlu F Pnin To conclude with th popular dnu a called JACK 8HKFPAR j" h ; ' Jack theppard ... "..-....aMiss Denham Jonathan Wild... -.....-..,.M...-.,,.....,.,,LaDdiiq Hlr Kowland Tiwchard ....,.........Haa...

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. — 8 December 1859

li' it. THEvPEESS. AtiUY W.FBAM0I800. JOBS P. OALDWKLL ID1T0M D Mrl1ll. ' ornoi, 14 wast rougta-staisT. THURSDAY - DECK W BEAT 8 Important Change of Street Railroad Security. The following supplementary ordinance lo the Street Passenger Railroad Ordinance was adopted lat night:' ' f ' Skotiow 1. Bt U ordaintd ty the City Council of fAa tity of Cincinnati, That any company or individual! to whom the privilege has seen, or may hereafter be granted, to construct and use Street Passenger Railroad or Railroads, within the oity of Cinolnnatl, who shall have exeouted a bond and oontraot in puriuanoe of the fourth, sixth and eleventh leotioni of said ordinanoe, and of the resolution making such grant, after they have completed their road and oommenoed running the tame, may sub stitute for the personal seourity on suoh bond and contraot, a mortgage to the city of Cincin nati on their road-bed and rolling itooic; fmtidtd, the same is then free from encum hraace; conditioned, that they will fa...

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. — 8 December 1859

i WANTED. 1 1 A NTH ' a int . ' T ... . .m.vi Mum, innuif nf Bcanti! VANTED-A smaJi HOUSE f four or Aildrwii MT. at thhoSlcg. " "'r ,D , WANTED A SITUATION A PaI- VANTED BE0OM-MAV'Knscrr7I Tblr.l..tnwtanjM7.mT,:" . "" rner of rf.a WASTT,) BEfLL-A H"d- ". "ihdta .?.JJ,r"ifr,clur V "' rrll ! for 2 ?ry """"J'' can be purchased, if WH-TO SBLL-Double-entry rttyou,uIihnkM,)ll,,t?,'lh,,,n,hll11 BaaoB'i.Oiin' N) in a .-frj.'S1". WKy Won' p of fcT.KirMw om- - - W, B. ACKLBT. VanTBD IMMEDIATELY--A Man i "Uli a Home and Covered Wagon, tn take an SwinVn.?.'1 """2"' h wlcl, Sn raaliwrroa ..'"J1"""'' deM YVAKi35I) A HOUSE in thewest reL .. erlJ rrt of tn "jt containing from 3 to 5 !I!Wh,MS,lbl furniture. Addrem X. O. "'" "w"". e7d" VlTANTED-Clerks, book-keepers, aalesl i . w "PPara. porters, cooper, carpea- u?.U? '"borer, ttI,d otheri, can find sltui. . - V I1" .""'hants Ulerka Registry Office, 126 alout-atroet. Ide7b'l HALB!rfn "VVANTED To correspond tvith persona . . . I "' '" " puwer, woo are ...

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. — 8 December 1859

THEPRBSS. THCR8DAY.. . DECEMBER S JOHN BROWN-INSPIRATIONS OF THE NEW ENGLAND MUSE. At a John Brown muting, In Boiton, on Sunday, Balph Waldo Emerson delivered these verses, Quit a rugged andnneer, though far lew meritorious than many of his other metrical efTnilons : A man there iiim, whence none could tall. Bearing a touchstone In his hand. And tested ull things In (lie land By in unerring spoil. A thousand transformations rose Froin fair to foul, from foul to fair, The golden crown ha dtd not share Horsoora thsbeggsr'e cluthM. Of heirloom jewels prised ao ranch. Wore many changed to chips and .lout, And evun statues of tb. gods Crumbled beneath lti touch. Then angrily th. people cried, "The loan ontwolgbs the prollt far. Our goods suffice us as ther aro, Wo will not have tbeni tried." - But since they oould no so avail To chock his linrnleutlngauejl, They seized him. aaylug'let him tatt How real 'a our Jail. Bot though they slew him with the sword. And In the lire tba touchstone b...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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