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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 2 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, la printed and nbllatled daily, (Buudays excepted,) by FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At No. it Weit' Fourth Street, and delivered to anbiorlbars In CINCINNATI, COY INQTUN and NEWPORT, and In surrounding oitief, villages and towus, at SIX CENTS A' WEEK, payable to the carrier. PRICE OF MAILING. Single Ooptos, eta.; One Month, 40 cts.j Three - Month, J I 00; One Tear, 14 00. AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater COESKH SIXTH & TINS Bra., CINCINNATI. John A. Em.sleb, J a Sole Lessee and Maiiagor. H'B'Tho rngnlnr dramatic season will com mince on PAl'UltDAY, September 3, with an entire htm Stuck Company, aud a succession ol tlio most hkil mant Stab. N. I). Lading mid pnntlcnien connected with the Theater, nro roiiupstpil tci attend Ki-hoaraal, on THIS (Friday) UOBMINCi, at II o'clock. sepl! l'IKE'S OPERA -1IOIJSE. Ciias. M. Basra. Manager. PBICES OS" ADMISSION: Parquatte Circle, Paruuetteand Balcony 81 00 (iallery 30 Private Boxes, oight persons 16 00 HTThire Is no FREE LIST at 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. — 2 September 1859

E1N0W1LT ArMBRY IMPORTERS OF ANTJJDEALISRS IN CARPETING CO West Fourth street, Pike's Opera -House Building. THE PRE S S. Printed bv ki Caloric." omen no. 14 wkst fourth strkkt. CINCINNATI! FRIDAY SKl'TEMBBR i Owing to the length of oar telegraph reports, we are compelled to leave out a lot of other interesting, news natter this morning. St. Stephen's Day. This is the anniversary day of KlngSTgFHif!! of Hungary. How long will it be before the patron Saint secures the iron crown to be worn by no usurper? Reappearance of the Aurora Borealis. Those who niii tho owl-train, who were out last night, after the meridian hour, were observers of the brilliant phenomenon of the skies, which is known as the Northern Light. The name roseato hues, variegatod-peucil-linge, and phosphorescent light, but not to so great extent as that of Sabbath eve. The American Movement. Tbs National American Association held another meeting last night, when the subject wm debated : Shall Amerioans unite with the ...

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 September 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB BALI," "TO LIT," "LOST," "FOUND," Ac, In this column, occupying live line or lew, two Insertions, twenty-five cents. WANTED SHOEMAKERS On women'! peg boot. Apply at 230 Walnut street, up stairs. ep2-b WANTED OAS FITTER8 Apply to GIBSONS & MACDONALD, 202 Viuestroot. w ANTED A PORTEE At the Madi- on Home. Apply Immediately, i ep2-b Y7"ANTED A NURSE GIRL A full t,,"n yo"n Wl"nn immediately. Apply at 133 Went Seventh-street. scp2-b V17"ANTED A HOUSE By a gentleman with email family, no children. A house with out a ball nut desirable. Address Box 769 Postottice. iBopi-bw-eodt WANTED IMMEDIATELY Two wire drawers; none hut competent workmen need ptlv: tu whom Hie bunt of wagos will be paid, JOSHUA DUDLEY, Wheeling, Vu. sep2-d WANTED SITUATION By a young; man , a situation as porter; bns bad consid erable experseno, accustomed to horsea; is well acquainted In t b l city. Good reference givon. Ad dress i'. IJ thin ufHco. sep2-b YVANTED TERRIER PUPS -Under w nine mil...

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 September 1859

THE PRESS. KlUDAY... ssKPTEMBUK - -- I SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK. OFFICE, 14 WKST KOURTB-STRBET. THE STARS. BY R. H. BACON. Yo stars that on Night's nivalis turli.ui glow. Mild mid eternal, looking calmly down fin tho quiet vain whore hoary niouutrties throw Their shadows, and soft Ffimmli'tH gently iluw, Qlakm: low music ny iiieNi-epiu.g umu. ttr cilsaiuir villi 11 wuanr no'ii-iiy ia clou- ynshoaii tho'iuiii. v.h'i-n fiiir-hnhod children pl(iycj H.,..nl l llw.-l.. ,.l-.tl.. l.ri. lIll'V knilW lIl'L'lV, I Yosaw those children iiion; iiii.l your iiiilil luy Beheld tholrgmos. When alter 11101 lnU That city's will, mvlimni'-d was vmir sweet linht And yo will hIiiii.i when in thron.v.l Imuii.I. are made , . . , fi oliltid.-m calmly awl a brigl.1 . i I i A LITTLE GEM. Tr-w's m 1 11 heart, hnvevir riiil., lint lialli soma littli tlovrer To bris'liti'ii up ilB sl:tt::h), And scout tin1 ovoiiin; ltou: . There's nil a heart, however cast, Hy Kiiof unci sorrow down. But ...

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. — 3 September 1859

THE PENNY' PRESS, U printed and published dally, (Sunday excepted,) fcj PRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At No. 14 Weit Fourth Street, nil delivered to anbserlbera In CINCINNATI, GOT. INOTON and MBWPOBT.and In surrounding cities, Tillage and towns, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, payable to the carrier. ; PRICE OK MAILING, Blngle Copies, 3 ota.j One Month, 40 eta,; Three , Months, SI on; One Tear, K 00. AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater COBNKB SIXTH & TINS Sts., CINCINNATI. Joun A. Kllsleb, Jb Sole Leraeo and Manager. (rFlrt night of the regular Dramatic Season and the new Company, einbrauug the following respect able and talontod artists: lira. Ellle Kllsler, Minx Annie Wslte, Sim. Q. II Oillert, Miss fanny Dnhani, Mr. J. A Lord, Mlax Julia Irving, JSIrn. Amolia t verett, Ui-sefolllnOnle. Miss Lucy Anhton, Mis barth Gale, SC, Ac, An. Mr. Hurry LanKdon, Mr. T. B. Haram, Mr. A'tIii A. Komi, Mr. John . Dnrlrago, Air. John A. Kllslor, ilr ,1, U. Adams, Air. I. It. Hall, Mr. Alox. Kishor, Mr. J. A. Lord, M...

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 September 1859

RINGWiLT & AVERY IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN CARPETING, 69 West Fourth street, Pike's Opera - House Building. )el THE PBESS. Printed by "Caloric." OFFICE HO. 14 WBST FOURTH BTBgST. CINCINNATI BATURDAY 8EPTi:MB"KB.3 j&'Vmh'm the past week over four ban dred gubioribcn hive been added to our Urge listl Advertlurg should not forget tbli in dispensing their faton. The Orphan Asylum. There is no oooaston for a threat from the City Counoll, summarily, to oust the orphans from their temporary sojourn in their old quarters, extended to them by the City Conn oil. They hare an architect planning a new building, and will toon build on their own gronnds. Easten slowly. The Occupied Streets. There will bare to be some new and well considered rnles adopted and enforced, as to the use, by market-wagons, of streets, in which the street-railroad traoki are laid. A string of wagons on eaoh side of most of the streets would leave no room between, during the pass age of the passenger trains, fo...

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 September 1859

WAN'iSD. "WANTS," "FOB BALTC," "TO III," "LOST," IO011D," 4o., In thli column, occupying nv Unes or leti, two insertions, twenty -Ore ecnU. WANTED CANVASSER A good ean vaaser to solicit subscriptions for Johnson Fry It Oo.'s publications, flood commission paid. Apply at M DAVE'S BU1LDIN0, corner Fourth and jiace-sireeit. umwio.t, sepj-n- WANTED CHAIRMAKER8 Three or four Chalrmaker at the Cincinnati School Furniture Factory, George-street, near Freeman. sep3-bJ WANTED EMPLOYMENT A Porter, or any business where I can make myself useful, to or oat of the city. Addrou C v., office. gcp3-" WANTED IM MEDIATELY 81 good girls to cook, wash and iron, and do chnihef work. Call at Mrs. WARNER'S Intelligence C.'' aie Fifth-street, between Western-row and Jo.1"" Peraona wanting to employ girls to aew or ran se lug-macbinei, can get them at the same office. sepj-o-i WANTED SHOEMAKERS On women'! peg boota. Apply at 330 Walnut street, lip stairs. sep2-l w ANTED GA8 JITTERS Apply to GIBSONS macdonal...

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 September 1859

THE) PRESS. SATURDAY...- - SEPTEMBER 3 SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK. omen, U WK8T fourth-bibim. SCHOOL MARM'S SECESSION. Iu silence all the urchins sat Like onions "drilled In rows," V hn oil hor oli.nr Ui4.icb.ool uiariu got, While nil the rows arose. Ir youthful piatos oach in turn, I'.y school uiniiu's lore are foil, And juvcuile Senators hero loarn That l-o-U spell loud ! "Now silenco all !" Mlnorva cries: "Stand liiiandipell, JuhnS ilflui ,. In unmaking tunes John straight replies, That "r-e-d spell" road "I)o It, Imlnwl I you stupid 1A Y ou know it is not so: . I taught yon that to spell mysolf- Doos l-o-e spoil tow!" Ann Bird comes ncxt-"Put down your hook And spell wbate'or yon .choose;" Then Ann responded with a look, That "u s-e spvlla ow 1 " h, mc ! In vain," the teacher siubs, "These hmla I strive to mar; I'ororethoyupfroni shoots arise, Thoy always leave this orol" "And though In forms I koep tholr fonns, For life their iniiuls to form llnw shall 1 al...

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 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, I Dprrntedandpubllsaddily,(Bunda rxceptd,)br I FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At No. 1ft West Fourth Street, and delivered to subscribers In OINC IHNATI, COV. INGTUN and HKWPOBT.and in surrounding cities, Villages and towm, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, parable to the carrier. PRICE OF MAILING. Blnile Copies, l eta.; On Month. 40 oti.; Ton Montla, Si 00; On Tear, ti 00. AMUSEMENTS. Wood's Thea ter C0ENIB SIXTH 4 VINE Sri., CINCINNATI. John A. Ellslib, J a Solo Leasee and Manager. Tho Manager tegs leave to aiiiroimce that bo has effected a llmlled engagement with tho beautllul aud talented Star Sisters Helea and Lucille. Till (Monday! KVEMNl!, Boptnmber 5, will be pruscnted the beautiful drama of OREEN BUSHES; Ob, A niNDBtu Yeabs Ago. Nel ly O'Nell .JI In Halm. Miami -...Miss Luc lie. Connor O'Koniiedy - Mr. Langdon. fleo O'Kennedy .........Mr. Head Munster tiilwridge Mr. Durlvaga. Overture ...Mozart Society. To conclude with the musical burlotta of JENNY LlJiD. Jenny Lind Misa Lu...

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 September 1859

THE PRESS. OTFICi NO. 14 IKI FOURTH STREET. CINCINNATI! MONDAY-... ..8EPTBMBEB. 5 A Young Cincinnatian in London. Vit have received a lotter from the son of Cornsliua Moore, of this city, editor of the Jfaiont'o Iteviexc, accompanying his father on a tour in Eogland end the Continent ex tracts from which letter wo will give tomorrow. MERE MENTION. Tmifday Ke-opening of various ohurobes. j montohis btlligtrml congregation of St. John' Churoh ( Episcopal ). Be goes to Boston. THi Morning At eight o'olock, In tho base ment of the Presbyterian Church, business men's prayer maetlng. The Criminal Courts and the Urand Jury. Opening day of Burrows and Sayler'l Female Betninary.corner of Scventhand Mound-streets; also of Female College at Glondale; also of Harding's Seltot Seminary, No. 15u West Tourth-streot, ' , ti The Covington, Ky., sohools ro-opon; also HL.1..1. ..k..l Hire. jaoiiJo o 1 . .. . . . I ', ' The Ohio Mechanics' Institute Exhibition at Pike's Opara-houso. To-Awikt. Annual el...

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 September 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," "JTOB BALK," "TO LIT," XOBT," 'I0BHD,"4e., in this column, twcapring i " or leu, two Insertions, twenty -tve cents. yfTANTKD GIRL Liberal wages wt U be TV Mj ctawI rurirmn airl to do the work Ap- stnftii ramuy; warned w oumo u a" - Iratm Vlne-etreet. at 7 to 8 in the morning, or 3 to J P.M. ej&-h WANTED TO TRADE 40, 8 or lfc 'O acres cf good land, on the 0. ft M. It. R fo.r about and lot, or unexpired lease, having sonir time lo run. Address F. B., Box 1603 V.U., Cin cinnati. op.vb WANTED Two good Solicitor! can get ' employment on the "Cincinnati Mercantile Advertiser, by application to Mo. Went Fourth street, np stairs, btween 12 It. and 1 P. M. 1'. W. HARTT, Proprietor. Fp3-b WANTED MEN TO CHOP CORD-WOOD-Twenty men are wanted Imme diately to chop cordwuod. A pply at the Alhrania Hoiu.0, corner Main-street and the loroe. p,Vli WANTED A SITUATION By a young m m of steady habits, who lawilling to make himeilf useful, a situation Id a Grocery and Provision Bloro....

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 September 1859

Man THEjgjRESS.I MOMUAY.- . SKl'Ti.lIBJJK. 5 j Advertised Letters. I 1ST OP LETTERS REMAINING ITT J the Cincinnati Post-office BtTiisoir KvMUie. September -4, 185'.. tV Al' letters advertised are subject to an a"tra oharai i one cent. Persons calling lor them will please conicprepareil witii the necessary change. SsFM'ersoiis calling for these letters will please say they arc advertised, and five number and date of list. if The office will open at Jjf A. M., and close- at tl)j 1'. M. Sundays-Oilico will open from tf A. M. la 10ii A 'I . W Tim list taliirli mult) up cvorv S-tnnlay even in:, between :) iiml 1 n'cioek, ami embraces all the un-cali-d-for letters of that week. .CifOn Saturdays the olhca In closed from JI to 4 o clock 1'. Al. lor the purpose of preparing the totter Li'.. No. 36.—September 4, 1859. LADIES' LIST. A Allen Mrs Allicu Abbott Mrs 0 A Ash Mis Jane Adams Mm m P II Hasfonl JI iss 0 Frances Bcrnctte Jin D M Jlabb Jliss HarriattN Hsston Miss Iila Hadgely Mrs II f! l...

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 September 1859

THE PE N N Y . PRESS, Is printed and pnb!lsbnddaIly,(Bnndyseiepted,)by FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At No. 14 West Fourth Street, tnd delivered to mTncrtben in CINCINNATI, GOV INOTON and NEWPORT, and In surrounding cities, Village tnd towns, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, payable to the carrier. PRICE OF MAILING. Single Copied, I eta.; One Month, 40 ots.j Zbree Months, VI 00; One Veer, 84 00. AMUSEMENTS. Wood's Theater 0011NEB 8IXTI1 & VINE Sts., CINCINNATI. John A. Kllsleb, Ja Solo Lessee mid Manager. Second night of the Star Sisters Helen, and Lucille. TiTH (Tuesday) KVEMNO, September 6, will bo presented the military drama of TIIE FRENCH SPY. Muthllcle de Merle, "1 , Henri tit. Almo, - J- Bliss Lucille, Unmet (.'arnmuiy, J Hmwant Imbourg Mr. Elloler. Mohammed Mr. Lunadoii. 'Juli) linvard Mr. Dnriviigs. Overture ...... liozuit Society. To cuncliido with tlio Interesting ilrnma of TIIE WANDERING HOYS OK SWITZERLAND. rani ...Miss Lucille. Justin Miss ileeu. ''.nut do Cruissey Mr. Halm. Rolan...

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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. — 6 September 1859

THEPKES8. "Printed by "Caloric." OWC-HO. H WMT FOCBTH STM1W. CI5CINNATIs The Mechanics' Exhibition. The halli of Pike'a Oper-houi wer. ltvely last night with th. hum of machinery and the open-mouthed commendation of crowds of plea., people, a, they .a.ter.d from room v . .t. RiWb t on. The to room oi in . . .idewalk. during the .toning were lined with j peopl. seeking aoo... to th. door,, while he Tand of mu.10 from a gallery oon.truoted along th. front of th. Immense buiMing courfed charming mn.ic. A. th. hand.om, ladies and w.U-dr...ed patron, pa,, to at the maia .ntr.no., let observe "" glow on th. countenance, a. Ih.y g.t the first glin,p,.of th. fia.-.rt department, and har Th.ir commendatory eipres.ior,.. b.t charming gronp of sUtn.rj; the fountain., th. ghrubi od the flower, remind me of th. country I Th. truth is, oi.y peopl. would Mve their usual pe of doctors bills if they would make but on. visit to the rooms. What would bsppen if tbey came twice, and Drought their who!, ...

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 September 1859

"WANTS." "ros Hit." "TO T.T "I.obt ' "FOTJM),"Ao.,ln thlaoclumn, occupying Ave 11dm or less, two Insertion!, twenty-Ota cebts. y ANTED EMPLOYMENT A wife I '"ohc!" employment for herself or husband, who, through reverses, Are without muni to import the r lo children. Lsdy accomplished: could un- ; .i-' iii-ii w HJiuiuBry or nrst-cmss bojrdlng establishment. Gentleman accnstomed to ii i 8 uu,u"' mis week, "WEST," tlili offlCei . . sspftb tTANTEb-3fl WOOD-WORKMEN-lo to n AvE0!1. 8treet Ballroad Cars. Apply to J. U. PALMES, Omnibus Manufactory, Bank-lreet. L.uiu-euu-j WANTED ASITtUTIClN By .. .heatthf wiin'an,ttll a fresh .breast of milk, a situation as wot luirso. Several glHs Wilnt muta tions aa cook, chamlier-malil, dining-room and Rene mi hrilln-U'rtplr A flopninn tint wtrrml fnun ,11'lnan To twenty vears old. to OIL a aituatlnn in the rltv. 1 M Si" 'lr'.Te wagon . Apply at ny ottlce, 3ir Elm in jwuui-Bireeis. i nvo. nuujl n a A.i . aeti-O' WANTED BOOM By tirri young rrjxo, a furnis...

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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. — 6 September 1859

THE PRESS: ..SEPTEHBUU. O1 Tl'KSlMY.. OmCK, 14 VEST FOUBTH-8TEIET. COURAGE. BY ALICE CAREY. Knowing the right and truo, Let the worbl su to you Worst that It call; Answer, dospito the blame, Aiwwer, des.lto the stuiiuo, I'll nut bo Ha my nam., I'll le s man. Arined only with tho right, Standing ulonc to ft e lit. Wrong, old as time, Holding up huuds to tioil, Over thu rack ami rod, Over tlm crimson mid, That la sublime! MosBrchs of old, at will Parceled tlio world, but sf III Crown way bo won: Yet there are pilps I In! lit, l'iUin:jali fear to fltuit. Mi 'lUiuy fir trtiili mill ritfht Whowillmouutcu'; A Bad Practice and a Bad Habit. CV'jbctt, who lived for more than aycttr tit llampstcad, fionr;' Island, use J some times to tfill lauhabla stories at the ex pense of the Quakers, some of -whom lived in his neighborhood there. The author of 'Kecofleotiuns of 51 r. Jay" a liath clergyman, gives the following as received from Cobbett's own lips: 1 was acquainted with a woll-dispoded youi...

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 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, Is lrrnted and published dally, (Bundaya excepted,) by IBANCISCO & CALDWELL, At No. 14 Weit Fourth Street, and delivered to snbsorlberatn CINCINNATI, COV INOTON nd NBWPOBT.aad in surrounding cities, village Hd towns, at , , n SIX CENTS A WEEK, ayablo to th carrier. ' ' ' PRICE OP MAILING. ! ' Unci Copies, t cU.; On Month, 40 oti. Tnros Month, l 00; One Tear, 14 00. AMUSEMENTS, .v: Wood's Theater COBNEB SIXTH A VINE 8t., OINOINNATI. John A. Ei.ui.ss, J.......8olo Lessee and Msnager. Third night uf tba Star Sister Helen and Lucille. THH (Wednesday! HVEalNO, September 7, will 09 pretcmeu wo ueuuuim urania 01 THE FLOWERS Of THE FOREST. CvTitb! Mils Helen StarlUhtBcts ItnHHel.... Captain Lavrock.. 4'beAp John The Kinchin ,..MIss Lucille. Mr. Htan, Mr Lord, .....Mr. Adams, 31 r Blister Jiidy Agne Minn Annie M'aite, Hugar ; , Mrs. Gilbert, Overture Mozart Society. Jo conclude with the comedietta of SOMEBODY ELSE. 51 in nip ....Mils Holun, JCrueat Walllnii Mr. Hood Iluu...

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 September 1859

THEPBESS. Printed by " Caloric." WEDNESDAY. SEPTKMBER 7 The Cincinnati Methodist Conference. n Tb annual eonfsrenee of this ohuroli open to-day In ..Dayton. Tie report will exhibit the extent of the field of operation ef thii Iran oh of church effort. The Ohio Annual Conferenoe wee organised In 1812. The Grand National Horse Show. Dayton yes torday presented en animated twit. The hone end the lovers of that noble animal were tbe card of the day. Some of the molt superior ipoolmtne in the West wore rep rcionted. Ohio eontlanes to he a hviHng Stato In the breeding, training Bad tale of blooded hone. Who Shall be President of Antioch College? The Traeteei end numerous friends of An ttook Cjlltge meet et Yellow Springe to-day to se'est a anoomor ia offloe of Hobo MiKX. Thi aearch for Juit the man li an up-hill bus lne!. Their choice will no doubt be Rev. Taos. Hai, of Weltbnm, Massachusetts, a native of Now Jersey, a printer, and a gradu ate of Harvard in 1843. A Cincinnati Arrist in Ba...

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 September 1859

WANTED.' "WANTS,'' "FOB BALB," "TO LKT," "LOST," "FOUND," ic In thljoolnmn, occupylngflTa Hum orkn, two InMrtlou, twenty -five cents. VVANTED A. GIRL To work buttou- V w holes. Apply at im Bichmond-itreet. IMP7-D-J WT ANTED SITUATION A young lady , , . wishes a situation In some house as assistant look-keeper, copyist or as clerk in m dry goods or fancy storo. Address MISS f RANK, Box M, Colitm hus, Ohio. , op7-awf VITANTED GIRL Liberal wages will b 7, . ra.l(1 gooi '"nu girl to do the work of a i n .tiii un nig pin ill's, a F' lllr ftt 171 Vlna.)nu ... - .. 1 ... i X7"ANTED-H0USE By a umall family, . email llouso, or sonie convenient room, In aevntral partof this city. Tlie very b.t ref. erences can he given ir retired. State toru'i.Par llnilari, Ac., anil address "E. B" Box oil, PJt- "LANTED A Houssof four orfive rooms, , situated either in Oineinnsitl or (lovlnglnn. Rent moderate. AdnTrss WH. JlcCOMD, No. m Tijat Sixth-strest, uiiiclnnutl. Possession wanted the lattsr part of thi...

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 September 1859

THEPBESS. OTFICI, 14 IIM rODETf WEDNK8DAY.. ..SEPTEMBER "Help" in New York. Tie Herald has roportorially investiga ted the state of "Domostio Help" in the metropolis, and finds that the supply is not equal to the demand. The Intelli gence Offices are do loncer crowded with girls' seeking places, and of course this state of things reverses the position of kinrv-Ail nml noin-nnr A l.nlir eullnrl rn- cently at an intelligence cilice to procure 'the servioes of a cook, and the following conversation took placo : Last Your name is Margaret, I be lieve. Do you understand plain cooking ? 1 Cook- l es'iu, should think 1 did; Unit s my business, mem, L. Well, 1 liko your uppetirauco. and should be glad to engage you. C Whereabouts do you live, mem ? L. Ia Thirteenth street ' 0. Dear me, that's a good piece up town don't like to go up so far. Many ia the family? , L Only myself, husband and two cnimron. C Other servants, of enurse. Ttow many l L. Only the ohambermaid pleasant girl a country-w...

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