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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 9 December 1859

IttE PENNY PRESS PHAHCICO CAWf " PBOPBIbWOBS. ' ! rttOI-RO. 14 WBST rOOBTI-STBSST. 1HI P1NBT PBBBBtodellvereaPosubKrlbersin 01noliiWtl,IDortotn and Nawpert, aad nu. ios&IIu eitUs aoltowns, i th tx. j i Iremely low price of j '" ' BIX 0BBT8 A WMb,, PATABLK TO OABBIIB. monor iiiuiig; Ingle ooaleelo,; I month 40rf) J month i; I rut It, AMUSEMENTS. WOOD' S 'TH E ATE R.' COBUIB WITH AJTD VINI-STBIBTB. Jam A lLULBB,Ja.....jfcie Lessee eBdManater. Benefit of Harry aUugdon. VR1DA1 EVENING, Deo. 9, will bo presented me ceieoratea nve-aot piay 01 THaV KINS OF THE COMMONS. Kins James V , ..... Langrton hlr Adam Weir Hann l.alrd Small Elleler aieaeiaine F,.a..........,..............1......rur. Kilalei L'unoe dt... ansa nate rennovor Xo conclude with the interesting drama called GASPARDO, THE GONDOLIER. Oaa pa rdo4 ....! . -W- , (.......LDgdon Ctarlnn...j.....-... ...... ,...Mr. Kilter To-monow, Benefit 61 T. A. Morton, lata leading man at tu national. " In preparation, a thrilling drama cal...

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. — 9 December 1859

THE PIKES B. ANDY W. MAIIOTBOO. JOHN D. OALDWILL DIWU A raFBlIT0eS. FKID4V. ....... DttUKMBBK 0 The News, Home and Foreign. FoRiia. -The arrival of the steamship Pertia briogt foreign advices three days later. Austria grants a full amaoatj to all com promised in Italian affairs, and, It it stated, hat amatol the progress of the Peace Congress. The tumor of the death of Nana Behlb Is not confirmed. CoHoaaiaioKAL Tbi Benin. Southern 6enators bare got Trumbull, of HI., on the Harper's Ferry Bridge, and are sticking Brown's pikes at him. He fights with Brora's bravery. 6 Udell brings Cuba again before Gongrees. Johnson, of Tepn., presents the Homestead Bill. After diicusaing Sena tor Mason's resolution to a late hour last evening, the Senate adjourned nntil Monday, The House This body opens with prayer, quarrels all day, and adjourns after doing ' nothing but talk. There are numerous speak ers, but no vote was taken yesterday for the Speaker. "Helper's" anti-slavery book is advertised a...

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. — 9 December 1859

"WANTED. " WAN T E D A PURCHASER A good , Knnw ' "J person wishing to start bouse in.ruV'j V1"" Cottage, with two rooms, cheaply urnlslied, for rent;' Furniture for uh cheap; on riTv'u,,;,.lur?et- P".09n. .Address PUB- WANTED WET-NURSE Nob. need apply unless they can com well recommend. Jr ."" " m WMt lB"-rt.t, fowZTweSt of Mound. de9b. VVANIED-A SITUATION-As Nurse, yANIED-A smsll HOUSE of four or mi.- nP roomiUhin seven or eight Mi. Tel of AdrfrZW ,.,;r,;"nJiIlt wfc0 Pl ' i"dnc. Aaitrosa si. f. el this office. . desli VANTEDA SITUATION-As Col- r.. -r 0f ,Bd S." '"boat. Ref 'I?." ''."m- AddreaaT. 0., Proas Office. de8b IANTED BROOM-MAKERS Steady ' employment offered to food broom-makers Vl". '.' round, by GCNN A MTJCR8, oorner of Third-street and Miami Canal, doge' yANTED-TO SELL A imall Hand- machine to manufacture en entirely new article, useful In every family, can bo purchased, if Milled for at one, ftp a very small enm. Any per wncan enter at one into a lucrative business. An. ...

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. — 9 December 1859

THEPEESSi PHI DAY.. .DBCB01BIB 9 [From "Once A Week."] 'SIX ONE AND HALF A DOZEN OF THE OTHER." "Now, dearest Fred,'1 ahe loftljr said, "Yon must abandon smoking; It spoils roar looks and then your breath Indeed It'a moat provoking. Sid God decree that man should ba A chimney Sue regarded? Then, darling Fred, let It be aaid Tobaoco fon'ra discarded." "Haw, well, mr dear," aald Fred, "I fear That will not be ao easy; But, like a man, I'll try a plan, A od do tha boat to please ye. Did Ood Intend that woman'a mind ' Such wondroua tblnga should brew, love, la Buatlea, Bloomers, Crinolines, Or Hoopa-de-doodeu-do, lore? "But, really, ir-whlf, whlf, whlf, whlf,- "And Blind ou, I'm not jolting If you'll abaadon crinoline, 1 By Jovel I-l'llgiveup smoking." POSTOFFICE RHYMES. A letter parsed through the Louisville PoatofncsVe abort time tinea, with the following line written on the outside wrapper: I cam from Cincinnati, And fully did Intend " .'.' ."' To atop awhile at Weaport To tee a boto...

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. — 10 December 1859

-'u-.-...at .. .jrj-sv ,n -dEEE P E NNYPB E S S .,? ''; n fuuht daily, noaiun sieepied,) by I tiS RACMCO A CALDvVEL--, Hvoii, tt- v raonuNM. rr ;!-. 14 WBST re. S-STBBBT. ' TUl MIHT PKlMla delivered to s-beorlbors 1 ,..,' V,;,7olmiuM,OoTliiitOBndHwort, andsur. a .11 ,o .. rouadlng cities sad towns, at thsex- ' tTA ""' ',. femel-low price ef ; ' BIX C-UsTS A Willi, PATABLB TO 0ABBI1S. , , . '. '; moss or Arnr: i'u SdasleeeBle AMUSEMENTS. 5H Jr. .fM .ill ,2tii::ii l.. 1. j j c y.r aaa V WOO D ' S TH EATER. ' : '! t 'comm uxta aics nni-mtm. 1 . . . I I i'loB A. Emus, Ja.'..-,..Bole Leases and lltianr. : " Complimentary Benefit of Mr. Morton, B-V 4E. .l"- v'. in - 2 t a. 'r-.i . SATURDAY MININQ, DwvlO, will to HIM the sterling play I t ". 1 i RICHELIEU. Cardinal BIohelln...-. (tttii huh seemst. Morton Pi MftUPTfttia(tlMHMMlMllMHlMftlIjADCdOll .,. IIWI..,., ..-.....l.M.tl,.M,,,......HBDQ Jopli...j... .-t...,.,.4...M.....r..JUilie Leols XIII --. .-....i..m. ...u.i..BhiI Frensls...... -..-...

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. — 10 December 1859

THE PEESS. AN DT W. f BAN01800. JOHN D. CALDVTTCLIi SDtTOSS in rMPKlITOU. , ATVRDAY.. ...DKGKMBKH. 10 The News. OoKOBiBsioniL. The Senate ' was not in session yesterday. In' the Home the inembert of Congress, before organisation, are training tneir men ol musolo ana men 01 spins icr flebts on the floor after a Speaker le elected, The Helper book was not so aUraetiv a dish veatavdav. Tha rharae made attainst Horace Graelev hv Mr. KelloM," a Republican of Illinois which Greeley has denied called eat Mr. Logan, of Missouri, a Douglas Dem nnl. who insinuated that KelioMt was I "shirking spaniel." . Kellogg made a pass at his colleague, but actual collision did not take pleoe. A previous personal war of words bad well nigh provoked a duel between American Nelson, of Tennessee, and Demo crat Prior, ol Virefhia. We hope all the nartlaa faal batter after their SCOld. There have boon but three ballots, as yet, for Speaker. Only one vote was taken yester day Sheman received nil witnin six vot...

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. — 10 December 1859

WANTED. WANXED-MU8IC TEACHER A lady competent totMOh music on the Melodeon can secure 4 situation by applying immediately at the "Floating Art Palace," foot of York-street, New port, Kentucky. ,. dIO-aw VKTANTED GIRL A German girl to do J .P ""V,?"0'11 'P ,nlll 'ml'r In In. a.,.'',ol' re will be paid to that oity. Apply at tills oBlee, dclob 17 ANTED Good Home SERVANT a7Io re,fc"l- Good referenced reoulred. Apply at 144 Broadway. dtlob TANTED-WET NURSE Apply at jLr ,F0V,0L?Jt GOODHEABT'B, Morto-eatt corner of Fearl and Vine-streets. delQ-aw TIT" A NTE D A PURCHASER A good . , cbaue for any person wishing to start house keeping. A imall Cottage, with two room, cheaply iui u lauou, ior rani ; Furniture ior aaia cneap ; West Court-itret. Apply toon Address PUB- uxoflir,, at tnia omce. deSb" WANTED WET-NURSE Nona need ad. Apply at 163 Waat Ntth tret, four door west of Hound. - de9b WANTED A SITUATION-As Nurse, Soanutres or Chambermaid on boat. Ad. drey M. M., thla office. data employmen...

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. — 10 December 1859

THEPRESS. , SATURDAY- DKCEItlBEB It - THE PUP THAT WASN'T THAR! Too may brag of yoar under and upper dog, I Aslouf Bather bark or bits, . And commend the caution of outeid dogs, ; That fewer around lb fight) V Hut the luckiest dog, I am bound toswear, . Wai th II Ul lame pup that wim't tbar. I The' noise of th yalllng he bean from afar. '.' And Wishes he might "go in." But light ai he bunas his noM la lb itraw, Knowing he couldn't win ; ' . .u for little faino pupa ara alwaji outlawed, " Aud iu inch aort of nghts gat Hrriply "chawed." " HI straw Isclean, and nil aentel U warm, . And thaauB It In front of tbdor; "J He baa gnawed on tha nloaat ohlckan bonei, Till nsught ean he gnaw any more: jell uarvu a ovuvt mo int r"v " --. --. . ' .''.Would immediately mix lb the murderou ngnt. And lucky It la for that email dug, Tbat perforce ha eanuoOnlx la tha nialce of barks aud yelps and bllat, And chokes and atonea and kicks : llaeaveehla honor and eaves hU hide, r. Which be wouldn't do If a...

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. — 12 December 1859

1H E PENNY PEESS ' Is published dellr, (Sundays exeepted,) bp WtAMCUCdf VciXDWJBKK, , V ':-mJ . PBOPBupcoBa. .; . rist-Vs is wBst-toparVtWhatp TBI PBHBY rtMBto delirsWtorabwrlbert la Crnotnnett, Covington end Hewport, eadrar.'" ;'i rounding cities end towns, et ths es ; .' - .v i ;.- tremely low price of BIX OBTI i WUK, f AYABU TO OABIIMV niosser tuttus: .f,.-r.. Btngla ooplea Ic; 1 month top.; a months ft; 1 14. AMUSEMENTS. WOO D 'S TH E ATE R, - j -oojria sixth MMninum .t.V... Joss A. Imaija, J ,,. JSoi lessee sad Mtmti; First night of the engagement of - MISS MAGGIE MITCHELL. M0NT)AT?HNIHQ,Dec.U,wms4 presented the beautiful Comedy of , ... KATYO'SHIBt. Katy O'Bhlel ...........M1m Haggle Mltch.ll Duke Bt. Lerme, ........ -,............ Kllsler Lady O'Nell ............Mrs. Gilbert . nuiot..... ...... n..,,.Ml9i Kat Pennoyer. To be followed br the laughable Proton faro i " THB FOUR SISTERS i - i Ob, What Oa't a Woauit Do. Caroline Morton, Ella Morton, Eugenia Morton, Diana Morton......

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. — 12 December 1859

THE PBEI8S1 AND! W. JBANCI800. JOHN 0. C AID WILL .' diio ad ftoran T"m. ' aiOMAY;- South Carolina Again Threatens Secession. eesatou. 1 Mis Committee onfettefal Relations In the LeUtai of South' Carolina, ar our brief dispatches' show, has reoommendsd the pai saga of resolutions re affirming the position of South Carolina deolarlng the light to aeoede from the Union, and that the people should make common oaate to imUinhor vindication of the institutions of the South. The oom mlttee also reoommended that the military contingent fund be increased to $100,000. We supposed that Carolina had beeorae eatb fled with a similar projeot in 1832. TTe tap pose, now, If ihe enter! into a contest with the General Government It will oott her more than $100,000; ; , , : : MADISON'S OPINION ON SECESSION. Madison thus expressed himself in 1832: "If one State can at-will withdraw from the other, the others oan at will withdraw from her, and turn her noUntm noltnttm oat of the Union. Until of late 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. — 12 December 1859

WANTED. , "WAJfTB," "I OB SALB." " "FODiD,r'4o.,n this Column. r loss, two insertion!, twenty- TO LIT," "LOST," oocumnns In llnsa dveoents. WANTED Th subsoribtr, a married men, It desirous of obtaining employment M Assistant Book keeper, Shipping or Bntry Clerk, or Clerk In an iusuraaee or accountant's offloe, or u Belesmap Id a grocery or hardware establishment. Hae bed a number of years' experience, and mo five the most satisfactory reference, Address H. W., Psnny Presi. deljb WfANTED-T 0 8 K L L-Double-entry a , ?0"1L.,kP,I18,:no,r,olp In Bacon's, Gun dry and Ohio Commercial Colleges. Young nun save moueyby buying. Apply at Tuttle'e Exchange "JV?- of Bycamore aud Third. i""tti W. X. AOKLIY. w ANTED MUSIC TEACHER A lady oompetent to teach mnslo on the Melo1 eon can secure a situation by applying immediately at ids loaung Art ralace," loot of Xc ork -street. New- port, Kentucky. deio-aw w ANTED GIRL A Herman girl to do ffaneral hntiMwork In a email famllv In In. dlanepolls. fare wi...

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. — 12 December 1859

T HE PRESS. . DCCemBEB. 19 MONDAY Advertised Letters. .'. h mm l-dti MT ill latter advertised are afltyet to JJWfc S All itnen aavoriiseei are blv.- "Lm charge of oneoent. Perscmseelllnsfor sbentwfi Pi. com e prepared ith the neditsary change. ; Eppersons celling for Ibew fetten will plea 'W they up advertised, and give number ana eats e "v? nr The ooe trill open at 7K A. M., a Me -j P. X. Sendaye-Omo will open from A. M. te k A.U, - No. 50.—December 10, 1859. LADIES' LIST. A Andrew Alice A Alhton Clara Allen Elisabeth Allen Mary I Atobinson Kara a Anderson Kmma Aicoo amny Anus Maria! Aray Mary A Brnwn Martha Bailey A A Brogan Annie Bowen Amanda uisnop Adeua Bowers snages MUCH j js Boyd Clementine By ron Catharine BucherCathartca Blackbnra Ella Beau pre uilia Berthoef 6a ran Brown Mary Burns Funny Blackburn 01 Brenner Ida A Bowke Bonom Bali James T Bern Lizzie Bachelor Laara Backus Mrs Brown Anna 0 noeen ciien Brand rag Jane ' Block t , Bryan Laura 0 Burry R nutlrr Maggie1 Barber Ma...

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. — 13 December 1859

1 H E PENNT PRES S I tibltahed dally, Soaaer exoepted.) bf . FBAVCIICO CAI.DWBKI., " f f ioi-v'!'iiyi-it inf.. TBI P1HHT PUUli MlTrndtorabMrlbwi'la" Cincinnati, Covington tat Rtrwiort, tad sur. rounding cities sad towna, at th i- , trmly low price of -IX C1HT A WUK, PATABLB TO OABBIIB. ; fuoaior auinrat ''r Single oopic to.; l montk Mo.; I months til 1 year AMUSEMENTS. , W0l ...S TH E AT E It. coarse sura abd TniAiim. " ,'; iORH A. Etusuta, JSm-JBoU t aad Manage, econd night of th engag.mout of MISg JvIAQGIB JrllTCHELlV i .11 i i I v:" V ' .-' ' TUESDAY IVMNINQ.Dee. 18, will bo presented the comic dram of , - ' 1 THE YOUNG PRINCE. ' ' Trince Frederick........ -Miss Maggie Mitchell King Fredtlck II Islor I net ,.......-.....Ml Ann to Walts Queen of Prussia .......................u.Mra. Gilbert To conclude with the Protean farm celled !:. . THK LADIES' STRATAGEM. Margaret WIon... ...MIm Maggie Mitchell George Colbura .,......, Bead In preparation, thrilling dram tailed "Toulesent L'Om...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 13 December 1859

THE PBESS; AHDT W. FBANOISOO. . JOHH D. OAIDWKLL, TCH8DAY... .DECE9IBBR 13 The Pressure of Prosperity. Our liberal dverti(Kr pull ui from oar placa thii morning, but by tbslr fTor Illus trate in our columns tt growing bualns of Cincinnati, and the Appreciation of th Pmht Pbsss. City Council. Our municipal Legislature last night, pused the ordinance to provide for the managing of the McMiomi Bequest Pond, and Trill next week eleot lis Dlreotort to mariBge the same and the proposed Fre, University. Council adopted the majority report of the InTesli gating oomnvlttee. See report on next page. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH XXXVIth CONGRESS—1st SESSION. WASHINGTON, December 12. SENATE On motion of Mr. Davis, of Miss.) a resolution was adopted appointing a eommittee to wait on the President and Inform bim that the Senate is ready' to receive com munications, in order that be may have an opportunity to send nominations and Execu tive business to the Senate, previous to the organisation of the House....

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. — 13 December 1859

WANTED. WANTBD-A SITUATION-By Joratlv. 80pi. Tbe idvertter ha. In hta poSSmiSb '.""u0' wltre It hi! baSuSthlbi Ited toehowthnaa wnfn. I.,. l..r?7 ru ".nio. VK7 A N T H Ti T J r, - 1 t "turn tforke Wef. "2? A"".1' ,l l1". ' &13 WMt Ilh,fel''l,'w Harriet. VlANTKU Bv- ... ..UIJ a ...Jt ww i '"K"n uu ainoiont travel Al'10 2 A""? orwould Ilk. tor wUANl'JSD GIRT. .70 h..iii WWW . . " VI W mJ aAJAAASSl- -r - w. iBwuimnuBa. alov w.i a JL.r?8' mn jBwl hoiombto and proffubl m- A.D.CARBON CO. !k" ANTED HTCRVAHTfl . Female i i l? R." LraiOBi in ol y end J1"',. A.D.CABBONACCX V ANTED-SITUATION-In a Dmi ih. ?.?"" ' bi on who had aome experience in the bus aeet. Permanent situation more an object offlS..,"Ury- 4dd"M Dflf ooisiToiSoioSSti SSJ: YNpGlRL-'lmm.dietolj, to run None hnt .T.L l. V"."""' 5" 0otI "id Vet. VVANlJKD GIRLSTwo .nnd ninlni" ImJldh!'?' JiL.',..4llK?n Wash-woman. Apply immeUtel)r at Madison House, Corington, Ky. VyANID CASH To pay for five or u i? i """"""""T"! wuria irons ai,...

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. — 13 December 1859

THEPEESS, r TUESDAY-- .... DBCKH8XK. 13 THE POET SHELLEY. THE POET SHELLEY. BY PAUL H. HAYNE. Wbr did they take thee from thin Ocean-grave, tl man of many sorrower the bluesea j HJ been thy brother, ml each wandering war That kissed the shores of thy loved Italy , . A solace end a blessing i to low nmii Of the lamenting waters seemed to start W ItbiD thy ottl an echo, and the too Of a more mournful mule in thy hsart. 01 therefore dM'.tilinu seek thenj.and pour forth To their deep sympathy asorrowing strain Of a I the won and irretchedneaa of earth, That strove t-) bend toy patient Bind In vnlnf ' Tne Oooo hoard thee, loved thee and the breast Of Nature's mighty minstrel fart the nat. . . English Operatives and their Wages. The London Quarterly renew, in a long artiole upon pie late itrikes in Eng. land, gives some interesting facta to show that strikea: have always injured labor, and that the only true tray to improve the condition of the laborer i by cooper ative effort, industry a...

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. — 14 December 1859

1HK PENNY PRESS Is nbliihed dally, ( Bnadaye eaoeated,) by FRANCISCO U jPAXDTf BIili, ';,'v4 FBOPBlBaTOBH. IU1 FIHr FBJSSlt delivered to subscribers la Cincinnati, Oovlngton and Hawsers, and rar- .. rounding eittei end towns, at the n . ; twmelr low price of BIX CEHTB A WEEK, FAYABLI TO OABBIIB. raioaior sftixnia: Blnglt ooptet le.t 1 month 40g; month 111 I pearls. AMUSEMENTS. ' WOP D ' 8 TH EATER. eouu am inrin-nuni. ; Jena A. Ilulbb, Ja.....,...Bole Lessee end Uanaier, Third night of ths engagement of MISS MAGGIE MITCH Eli Ih '-frnv 1 " i WEDNESDAY. ITENINQ, Dm. 14, will be pre tented the celebrated three -act drama of , THE FRENCH 8PY; On, Tut Fall or Aloiim. Mathilda de Merle,) Henri 8t. Alms, Mill Maggie Hltehel Wild Arab Boy, ) flergeant Dnbonrg... ,,.,.EIIler Oolonel de (Jouroey ........... .............. Read Tony Bavard Adams Mohammed....... sieetttettliMe4WSeesisees we Langdon rianos..... Mlea Kate Pennoyer. To conolnde with the beautiful comedietta called MILL IT, Tun Mai...

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

THE) PRESS. ADTDT W. FBANCIBOO. JOHN D. CALDWILL, IDITOM A raOf SUV'S. WBDNKSDAY... ...DfiCIJJttBER 14 The Disputed Territory on the Pacific Coast. Every day the United Staiei la realiiing the Importance of lu possessions en the Faoi&e, and of the overland, miil, which it latterly making good time between St. Ionia and California. The San Juan difneulty, sow receiving the special attention of General Soon, if one that ia of more than ordinary importance to the Unltel Statei. The British and Russian territory, adjoining oart should belong to us. In oar opinion, strong u the interests of the country may demand the purchase and annexation cf Cuba to the United States, it is of greater eonsequense that we should retain on the Pacific what we have, and secure the territory to. which England and Russia hare legal olaims. HtniBOLDi had a high opinion of the value of the basks of the Columbia for the xesldonoo ef a oirilued people. Senator Bikton spoke oi it as veluablo, both as a oonnt...

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 December 1859

WANTED. "W1HT8." 'FOB, Ar.." "TO LET. I.iuif n iuuhu,"joiii Ibisoolumn, occspylng live Una Of lew, two lnsettto.s,twenft-flveop,ttt -, WANTED An enterprisifit single lidy of good Klitrew and a little means, as a PARTNER in a new and genteel invention, adapted to females, or universal aecessKy ,n.l utilltyTand gil''n".tfitoiatg.c9',leuta-Ad"""' '-riffi Wi??1lDri PLACE For two German iZ. 'fl?0 9",rl bouaework. Inquire at site Court-street, under the Photograph Gallery. YlT4NrBD--Two good German or Amor , lean Olrla 16 docooklng, washing and Iron. 'V?ln'?111 family. Apply on WadeHUreet, south aide, second and third door mat of Fr-eman-atreet. - Uel4b1 WNTED-AOENT IN CINCINNATI, " w fr tha Shilling Hair Tonlo and other Bfall llng .artioles, selling oo the largest toale In Mew .fork, and being advertised liberally. An eatab. llaaed fancy goods atora, or druggist having aeon V iVSfo'.??2"0Il "avmeke large sales. Addreaa P. D. OBV1S, No. 199 Water-street, New York. fdeUceodJ iy ANTED A goo...

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

THE PRESS, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 14 WOMEN'S BAGGAGE. (Punch rhrmM thai meanderingly on the chif m wnwi ntnuD:J .., How happy it the aingle llf Oral! those print and monkat Hot nn of whom ha got a wift To bother him with trunk! And bandboxes, a load too great ' t'or man or hone to bear, , Which railways charge for, OTar-welght, ' And cabt ask double fare. rll care, s with rour bride you poet, Distracts rour enxloa mind, tent thin portmanteau ibould be loit, Or that be left behiud: Her baxirate ae you travel down Life's hill, weighs more and more, And elill, ai balder growe jour crown, - Become a greater bore. Outstretched br Fssblon tI and Tain, Hoiin petticoats, and rem, Nw British females, to contain, Iteqnlre no end of oheeta. To which bags, buketa, bundle, add, Too nnmernus to name, uoiigh to drive a poor man mad, t A Job with rage Inflame. The cab ketpe swaying o'er four bead, ' With Ingxag piled above. Of overturn you ride In dread. With her whom you should love; Then yon. the st...

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