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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 27 December 1859

1 fl'fltffc Wffflp $ ' If KbUHuit djjT ( tadsm'amfAel,) by " . t inM MM .. to u, as . THI imi PM891 doMTr4Mn)rftrta CUdnaaH, Oovlnfton and JrwovV.a4.lir. 7.' i n rounding oitl and towns, at the -, ",'.'!,'.""",' , tromely lewyrteeof . '.". NX CIHTB A WUK, PATABLI TO OA.BBMB. .;,.,,.,, rwcMOf nAituas , BlnfterplMfc.ilaMtM0o.:wnth9llyart4. AMUSEMENTS. yf O O D S TH EATER. '. , oim iixta aid Tim-num. in Job A. Hubb, J..8ol tarn Ml Mnuir, THIS ittday) IVKNINO.DwwmbirW, will bi repeated the new foosl piece, entitled it 1 THE OHIO GIRLS;. , f V S 04 TbI OiBoibbati Fbnaib Boat Club. The evening's entertainment will eonclnd. with the gnnd Orieetal ipeotaole, whtoblha been la pip nration for three month, at en Immenee outlay, C,IW "'VS'BiAEDi .:.' : :r :n Ob, Til Tbbbobs or thb Blob Cbambib. WDoore teen t X; Cartaln rise at 7jt 'lock. aOcenyrCallerr, miou or AuiiuiuH-irmt uirci. anil raxijuetw, assent. J it ;i;.t i IVATIOXAL. THEATER. The Manager takes great pleasure' Ifl announcing an engag...

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. — 27 December 1859

THE PJRESS. ANDY W. FBAMOIBOO. - JOBS 0. CALDWJCLL. DITOBS AW rMPWlTOU. TOIHOAV.. President's Message. Tbll SUto papf will bo labmitUd to lh Senate to-dajr Uo to the disorganised House, unlets tba RspresenUUrss- elect Speaker at one o'clock Ibis afternoon, at which time a voto ! to ba taken. St. John's Day. mil. rt r ft.Vl 11- If. ! 17-. 1 It.. 100 Dons Ul uigotj ma iiiMvuiu jcfaiwuitj , meet at their ball to night, to Install their offiosrs, and on their Saint' Day -to esjoj eooially festivities peculiar to the eeaaon of rejoicing. Congressional. The Senate wae not in segiion jtsterdsy. The House waa engaged all day in very eom-mon-plaoa oha, which ia not very agreeable for all the newspapars of the nation to print. Quit tbia child' play, and go to work for tbe people. Politioa and nonsensi are an over dose, day in and day out, and Christmas, too. Christmas Season—Its Pleasurable Associations. OCUtlOntV The wool Christmas week ii a Holiday. Sohool children are not the only ones to ...

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. — 27 December 1859

WANTED. jarVon't .Ijjrget .Jn,,, Penny Preu la the medinaa-ihrongh which to make kuowo ydnr ftQUl jdVvrtlae menta of 'five line uid 4(M,' lnterted twice tor twenty-live cental ' .' " ' WANTBD-A PARTNER An aotiva mi can tecure t one-htir Intereat In a fDi Tili0lrC.f!lt,lre',nlre(1- Apply to BALK A CO., 126 Walnnt-ttreet. ; dettk tT ANTE D PRINTEtt A good sober ri"ter ' coniKteil loUk charge of ?wu,Q,rLoft'?" .c "ear of situation by applying at thli office between 11 aad 12 o'clock to-day. Bin gle mn preferred. . T de37b WANTED A PASTRY COOK A oom ..i. P, Pastry Cook to wanted Immediately, at the Dining Saloon. No. g Baat Fourth-it. de27b WANTED PARTNER A good badness bub with a CMh capital of from $S60 to $1,000 as partner in a good paving: business. AddreM for further parUcalara PAKTNKR, United States Hotel. . (do27bj ANTED TO RK NT-One or twogen tltmen to not m furnished front room, sec ond floor, in a private family, where there neither children or boarder. The room will be kept i...

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. — 27 December 1859

..OECBMBKB 3? TCEDAf.. THE CRAVE OF A CHILD. These varies, wcallir ex tber ere tnusioal, are roes ins pea OTmrm. MCTJaMsrs ( ' " ' IrtwliUhiarti faaetf.-T -5 if !M 'irUH tin lowly head. ?" "Drees thy guidon onug I: i,Moeklya xeaxbls palms. p oia at facroathe breast: I'-iSilnlnrM hi while oelms " dnj,iMooiealestl , Softly, starry eyes,-" . rtlfordMito spasms..!, Naveratore te rise ID eammsrtttine or tears t ni Up, . TOW, 1J ft' ifu the wan Hllm llxii . ' Of ibis pale repose t . . Slumber; em-sl shells I No mare dying, (Ten o i Tliruugh, your spiral cells, ve oevetn gates ui bwym. (Hilly, slender fee. Beat from roiy rhyne, With the ringing sweet .ail. Of her sllvsr chine. . Holy'lTalMofrtod, 1 Mii'l 'Spread Iby glory mild, (Tnilerneata Ida sod. On tins iittiecuua i Years No Barrier to Knowledge of Fame .il m ; viTaintv'' it Socrates, at Q extreme age, learned to play on masical instruments.' This would look ridiouloas for some of the' lioh old men in out oity, especially if they shoul...

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. — 28 December 1859

1 HE P BNNPR ESS v it faMMriTltiir, Swa-ey Uu,i kr 1 : r-tANCTSC - CAXPWflUk, r- " f hi:- -7 PEOPBTBKm. ' ' - ' ' 1 . -;!,-. ., - rrioi-io. M tiii MiiNiiiii, TBI PISBT ra&b,fltntorabaorniilo .OlBrUull,OoTlBftkakttlMTyart, Mdaurt ; wonJlnt otttaf tad towiu, t th mt tremely tow prtoe of . BIX OKTtB A WMK.PATABLI TO OABHUBB. - . raio-ior -aiujsi ' i,r,T' Btacta oopto to. 1 month Mo.; I month! fA I yeeir ti. AMUSEMENTS. WQ Od theater. , nmi inn ui mMium. Jon A. Bi.-n.-B, Jb..oI Liim and Ml-eger. r THIS (WJi.wdTVlVINI80.I)M.,naTry ' evaolng utll farther notloo, will bo aeud thenew 10C1 plCOC, ODttllM THB OHIO GIRLS:,.,.- , On. Thi Cincinnati Fimili Boat Club. r ' Fanny 8p-rli...i,....................,...Mi.. Hitler Carolina Bcrniar....-- .. -..Mlei Irving Clara Courtney...--....... ... MIm Everett , Atari. Brooks--......-.-... ...,..,...,, .....Mist Wait Polly Mittens Ise ilenham Tom Towneend ..Mr. Langdoa Dh.rlM Oheatei...........-..-....-...........,..Mr. Read Augustus Weston ... 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. — 28 December 1859

J-i-irr ANDY W. FBABCISOO. JOHN D. OAL ' llWlpinojplaj, WBNBDA Y: . 1 I L JL. -A-Sjp-A-H f St. John's Day—Free Masons. The Orir ef 7m Mesoiw. AaU themselves ?. UatXJirth-d7, to inUU the officers ol their Lodges. The chaitwiat of the Apostle and -jMoompiallhinhr'hll' DiWd Master, An th seet thai a had th oati of, tba cruoifllrio'ifcVf'th ttsociatU of till nam with of-mclwit Jmkttrnity of Fret and Aooepted Huoni peculiarly Interesting. Whan St. John i4 jttftlaad gnat age, It is reported he fwble. that ha eould not Alk tg.fbe awernbles-of thahurqhho therefore earned hintielf to he camSdinby yonng men." He was" no longer able to lay muchlmt' Tie'cnAaaly-rpted tW words, T"UU,oAnarev,IpT one Another." nO kei ing 'asked why he ooniuntly repeated thia' one saying, ha replied, "Became, it. is tie' cothrfiind ef thd Ikifd; and eaoaghii done if .this H done." 'Thee irorSi shortl Hav en echo noljflBroifglloar earoonntryr - tT". j This charitable and: sotrl, orgi!iation ex tendi over tbA whoU Un...

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 December 1859

WANTED. 0f Don't forret that the Penny (Prei the medium through wWeh to make tnown'jcurjw'inti! AdTertUe ments of flue. Udm, sancije, Inserted WA5TBD A-RIi-T wh andiron .. ,n ' .r Veetwork In a small family, about half amil outside ol the city limit. , ! W'T at-Wo. East Third-street. i , n ' IANTED-MRI,-If '' d.0'en girl, de .'iSrtf 0 ort.'wb.o ean"do-wunrBg, Ironlaf e rnelTiootewoik,applletto K , at the Pre. Cmce, she can hear of a situation right on. ds28h an old man of llmllimSS'-. Beenlresagood room, with 7 .'.?? od bad. with olaaoflnaaa and com fort. Address U, AjJ Penny Press Cmce. do2b WANTED A, BITUATION-r-Bjt, boy froa tha country, to work about a atora and , to drive an express wagon. Addreet JCXPatBttt), at tha office of the Penny Treat. : down WANTED A SITUATION In a pri vat family, to do chamber-work, by a yooag woman, who can glva tha keat of raferenee. Ad own M. B. 0. , care of Frees OIBca. de2gb WANTED HELP Immediately, a man to go to market and make himself generall...

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 December 1859

THE BEAUTIFUL NAIAD. BY-THOMAS ROOD. mrn : , AIm, that moon honld nir beam To how what man hould never lee I I law a maiden on a tram, And fair was ah I I staid awhll to see bar throw J Hrtissssbh, that all bet Th fair horltoo of ber brow With cloud oljst. , 1 staid nttto whit to viw Hr choeki that won, lo pleo of rd, Tli bloom of waUr tender blue, .- Daintily spread. '. I atald to watch, a lfttl space. Hei DartlDS Una. if aha would ainf. i ne warera ciosca a dot nr iac witn many a ring. . . And itill I atald a littl mor . . Alas 1 the never eomes again. " v I throw my nowsr from tb share, ,. And watch Ip. vaiu, jit , .. .; ., , . ' I know my Hf will fhJsawar-'" " .,.. X know that I mini vainly pin; For I am mad of moital clay. But shs's divipe I . ' Thb . Preacbbb's Disappointment. . Mr. Xeale relates a story of "art eminent living prelate, who with the greatest good numor is aooustomea to narrate the incident himself 'as a-warning to his clergy to speak plainly. " While he was sti...

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 December 1859

1HE PENWY PEESS ' IH1 ruriT r&lSSts ltlTrdtouberibrila 01iMlaDai,OoTlKtMaailNwort, sad-. i i rounding states ul towns, at th -' - . tremely lowrioof bix omnn a wnx, patabli to oabbiib. .-.... raioasor autuao! Blngl copies Jo. l month Mo.; I moatbi Hi 1 year li. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. . eonu sixth: am nrnnm I Jos A. Kmwjm, Jb... Bolt Lawn and tUaafer. . THIS (Thunday, IVSNIKO, Deo. , and every evening nntil further notioo, will be acted the new 100.1 p..nHll - ' inxi vwu uaimjo: Ob, Tbi Oixoibbati Fimalb Boat Cms, Fannr Spark... .In. Ellsler ..Hun Irvia Caroline Bormr., Clara Courtney ..Mls Everett Marie Brooks Polly Mittens.... Tnm Townsend.. ,MlM Denhain nr. iiangaqn Gbarlft Chester A rton.t,! WeStOB. i mi ts ...nr. mm Mr. Adams Frank Hartlend... Nr. Hall Joe Smith u......M .....H.Mr, Kllslar To veaing entertainment win oonoiua witn the grand Oriental ipectaol, which hai been In pre aration for thro montha, at an lmmenM outlay, cauea BIUBBKARO; 0. Tbi Tirbou of thi Blci Ch...

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 December 1859

THEPRES8. ' ANDY W. FBANODJOO,'- JOHN D. OALDWBLL. iditou am nopurou. - .DKCJBMBB& 39 "Every Tub on Its Own Bottom." ' Every gurioni parson who bss been in ahopa whero tubs mo ma.de !a graat numbers must know that their flret disposition, to rmwh t merchantable market, it to stow them away ia nests, th largest containing tho next imaller within it, and to on until the small tub ii on top. Bat the wholesale merchant sells the tubs to dealers. The tubs, by , this inter position of the middle men, are parcelled around one eaob in the household of most of the people in our land. Yet In the cloaeta or garrets of largo reiidenoes there is not room plaoe eaoh tub on its own bottom, and they very fraternally nestle together; It ii when the poor washer-woman gets to work that the tub goes ia for speed on its bottom. The , self-reliance of a tub.lts independence, its use fulness during the whole days' wash has never been made the theme of an epic, but as lexi cographers toll as that the w...

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 December 1859

"WANTED. jr wui aurtrei mat me peny Press to the medium thro'ngb lhleI1 make known your Wariti'r ment. of flv. inland ifc WANTIED To '" -7n n age of FO"' tata that 50,000 pack POWDKBB have BBS'S CHBMICAIi BAKING . tbe model hop . - been fold within four montbf to "Till, with ' -i)keeper of Cincinnati and Louis. , grocer. r -a increasing demand, Bold by all the . ' ' jeBOt. 291 Weal Fifth Jlnal - AMI V '. ANTED COUNTER A short Counter C . ?r a business hotua. Amir at tba N. W. jmtr or n in h .n.i . - de29b MTANTED A GIRL Compatont to wash nd. toon well and do tba housework of a mall famllr. References required. Good wage given. Apply at 252 Walnnt-atreet. de29b WANTED OH I YES I Boys and men put of work can find employment by calling t No. 320 Longworth-atreet, thii forenoon, or any lay from 12 to 2 o'clock. de29b WANTED A GIRL To do housework, , .to go South. Apply to F.W.POBTIB, Jew. jler, third story, oyer Beggs A Smith's itore, Mo. 6 West Fonrth-ctrect. ' deWb WANTED A GIRL To wa...

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 December 1859

THE PRES S. THtntSDAY- .DKCBIHBEK 39 A WINTER VISION OF JUNE. Clot tb ibattora-dnw Mm curtains 'tl chill Dtewta night; ill day long th mlitr fringe on th bill have pained my light; All day long, with linking spirit, lilting by mr window seat, , , I Imt listened to th moaning of thi south wind, and thi beat Of th rain upon th window, to tb itghlng of tb Art, Wall th bum, impatient, Idled with silent, tune- 1MB lyT. Oftsa In th solsmn pauses of th winlsr thrMt'nlng I beheld 'a vlsloned aminer balmy, mellowed, tintad, um. I beheld glowing pletnr, of th Tr-blMMd Juno, And th flossy dew-miit stealing underneath th riling noon, 1 beheld (ring of purple trailing down tb wastern TillNt' tonhed tb far horizon, whsrtth twilight shadows He; Over held tb sky wu cloudltM, ear flinty hex Lib a nil upon th forehead of tb itiff'nlng core of day; . Ob by on th tarry legion into constellations wheeled, 'Till the arm of heaven wsre blazoned grandly on an aaor Held. faded all. A wintry pallar oversprea...

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 December 1859

1 HEP E N UT PRESS tei.'ttfittii.) ! WAifois;qj a'c axd tr em, ' pppcb bo. li WBSV-TOBBt a-TBIBT. thi ttxmr rxuu is amtmmid ntsenter ia ObMdBMM.OoTtaicicaMlkTMIaoH, d'urr i ronndim title and kim, at th b- BIX pwm A WKK, PATABLfl TO OABBIBB. 'marb8otto.J.! l month Oo. I menthstli 1 year li. AZH7SEHEI7TS. W o QJDJ s th eater; oosjibb siitb An vtbs-tbbbti. , Jou A. foaa, jB,J3olLes nd Winterer. THIS (Friday) BVKNISO. Dm. SO, 'end vry evening nntil farther natie, will be aoted the new local piece, entitled Oh, Ti Ciboibhati Fshals Boat Curs. I Fanny Smrk. Caroline Dormer. MMMHMii4fwMiinn. junior MMMfMttMIMMMi.MlM IrTlnB Clara Courtney Mis Everett Marl Brooka ........ .... a ( Bin Wall. Polly Mitteni. ...... Mw..M.......Uffi Denham Tom TowQMnd. ........ ....,...Mr. Langdoa Uharlet OhaUr..MMm.M.HU..M.,M,.,K.u..Blr. Bead Augustus W.hiou. ....,.....,..,. .,, .Mr. Adam Frank Brtiana...-M.,........,..,....-.-.Mr, Ball joe Buua.i M......-.....-..........m..ir. antler The evening' entertainment...

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 December 1859

THEPEESS. . ABBT W. FBABOISOW. JOHH D. CALDWELL I. - SHITOat kit MOraiaTOM. .. ' r MIDAV... .DBCBMBB& 30 Support of the Poor. A poor plaa of supporting tho poor Is poor management, Indeed. The attention of the , City Counoil of Cincinnati ha jut been oalled to our own municipal expenditures, for va grants and the indigent residents of oar oity, . by Mr. lapgwortb, and nil son-in-law, Mr. Tlagg. The latter gentleman, whoao father baa been Mayor of the oity of New Haven, baa fursiihod our . eHy authorities with the views on thia subject of Mr. James Erews ? tor, of New Haven, who, In 1835, ooaeeived "the idea that there was phvstoal ability in the poor ef large oitiei to be made self-sup- porting. After examining what kind of poor- hooiea were provided in New York and else where, the rabjeot ni discussed in the City Counoil, and a few thousand dollar were ap propriated for a small farm and plain structures, where, by daily labor, in and ont of door, and by .wholesome, regular, mor...

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 December 1859

WANTED. V- -WA1,,lE:D MELODEON To rent or i turchaae. a five "octet e Melodeon. Address v. r. it.. .Oinoinoatt P. O. ' de29b WANTID-A SIIUATION-Ai Seam stress or Housekeeper fn a small family, by a person competent fur .either; 'Address MABY, through the PottofHcc. deaob WANTED A aiRL To do plain eook Ing, washing and Ironing. Apply Imme diately at So. Ito Bmllh-etroot, neelr Fifth. dcb WANTED A GIRL To do the booking and honsswork of family. No ons that SK? ?Sr Ie recommendation need apply to P. BKB 1U a M, a. K corner of Fourth and iflentrit, op. joalte the schsulhouso, de30b VT ANTED A young man wiBhei to pro i . t!T? V 'teaMou wholesale or rUU luaraeas. Hai ihad over a year's experience. Addreee n'uFn!F American Patent Company, (Jlnclu ntl, Ohio. deiob WANTED To state that 59,000 pack ,.,.J!e of FOBBES'S CHEMICAL BAKING POWDERS hye been told within four monthe to the model housekeepers of Olnolnnall and Louis ville, with an increasing demand. Bold by all the grown, Depot, 391 We...

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 December 1859

THBPRBS ..liKCKMBKH. 30 FRIJlAT.. ITALY IN THE PRESENT CENTURY. ' Thta w Queer and of ten meaningtsat poem. frm tht Deesmbsr number of th Atlantio ou"f. - ptob.fromtlitKaof B4UWoKrD. .j: II n. am uu n "T . I bii awiously-droll versification t Wl little, do we not wattT Louis Napoleon ! sot Fit; i 1 ; ' ... Thsrs't one hath twlfter feet ihsn Crime. ' Cannon parliamentt settle nought, ; VlBlcetoMtrie'e-whoytotUoughtr. , , Mini ia good, butupiteofyheage, J ftatMnbirg'sgun bu the longest range.-. CDMUt In the tlieaow; y. " """i The lUeat headsmen waits iurevr,, ere loaf; ' Man ere week, bet Men f,,a la strong! Hi nee the stars first dorved their ringr, , We havs looked on mrtf things; : , Greet were oome end r"l'i . -V Wolf-traks light on polar enow, ' " Wt ihelliee him eomesnd gone,. . Thta second-hand Napoleon. SslB. spin, Olotho, spinl :,' " aohSite. twistl and Atropos. eererr. 1 v In ths shadow, year out, year in, ' " n ,uBt hd"nn, forTerl ; . , WeiewtheeKerCoralcan, '. ' ' AndOiotb...

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. — 31 December 1859

i 1 1 l" "Tin I II i iwinw -""Twyhihibihuh I HE PBNN.YPtBESSK PB If NY,;P.BESS saklfahe daily, f Saiiaj4 exosptsdJ br , ntANCisco hidLtmiOA) xi PBOPBIMOBS. rriei-ao, M waif relaf a.'kr -0 ' TBI FBNBT FBISSts delivered tosubsoribsrs ta Ulnolnaatl, Oo-vtsgtos aad Jswport, and sur rounding stales) an towns, mt the tremely lew price of BIZ,OXBM A WUK, IATABL1 TO OABBIsUA MM or baium: Hint Is ooples k.t 1 month 0c; t monthst!) 1 veer 14, AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. f inn UDnrnrum c , f JOH At Iluld, Jt. Molt Lessst and lUaagtr. First epoeeranoe of Mr. 8AM0IL GLINN, the well-known Comedian, who will appear, as "Tho Persecuted Dutchman." ' THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, (New Tkti ve) at half put two o'clock, there will bo a performance, consisting of tho following at tractions: 0BI0GIBL8. Grand Danoo by Mill Pennoyer. - - " After which, the celebrated Aet from BLUK BKABD, embracing the following feature): The great Cymbal Sanoe.br Sixteen. The oelebra'ed Chinese Dance, by Hits Pennoyer. The wo...

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. — 31 December 1859

THE'PBE 8 8. AJsXT W. MAKOISOO. : JOHN D.CALD WILL. DiMMMnoraunil.: SATURDAY DBCKItlBKB. 31 Our Paper to be Issued on Monday. Altkoagh Moa4av will beriobserveA a a Holiday end. buiiW generally 'iisph4' lu the elty, the Pikkt Pus will be issued as usual, and wv.wltfc our kind frisadi a nappy New Tear, none the lest cordially because we hall be occupied en the day- they devote to recreation and enjoyment. . .. ; . The New Year. Novelty U a copious lonroe of Pleasure, be eaus iti promise are liberal and their fulfill ment ii presappoaad." "While the Mind often ollngi to the Old and the Pat,th Heart turns to the New and the future,' i - ? ' Hope and Imagination halo all that we seek for and deilre, and though they even deceive u, they are oar consolation eo.d support, i For the very reuon that we ihould not trait them we trust them moit; linoe .from the mint, icf broken beliefs and (hat tared feelings they point us to perfect palace we ihall never read; and we, delusion-loving creature,...

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. — 31 December 1859

' . . - '-' .:.. "' ; .-. y; " "" ". .... . '" WANTED A COLORED WAITER To tk oharge of a Dielntt-roont one that tanderatauda tb bu.lneee. Also, - boy to do errands and bnild Ore. Apply at south-west corner ail ifth . Mia DrouHiy. a.si-D- WANTED Mu-un To rent or parch u. afire octave Melodeon.. Addresa D. P. W., otnolnnatl P. O. . dowb WANTED A SITDATION-A. Beam ttrtes or fioueekeeper Id small family, by a person competent for either. Address MA BY, . through the Poatooo. d30t 1 WANTKD A GIRL To do plain eook- ", T "w pwitnuraii, unoc imp, aooo "7"ANTED A GIRL To do the cooking w and housework of a family. No on that oan not gin recommendation Sked apply to P. BER TRAM, B. E. corner of Fourth and Eilen-atreet, on posits the ach.olhonse. deaob WANTED A young nan wishes to pro cure a situation ii a wholesale or null bueinssa. Haa had over a yoar'a experience. Adurwt "v'-jwi American jrateus uompany, uiuoiq, natl.Qhio. . . doaob' yANTBD A SITUATION In a pri- vat family, to do ohamber-wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 31 December 1859

T.HEPEBSS: SATURDAY... , DECEMBER 31 LIFE-WEARINESS. Wsaryoflire.ystfundlytoitclinglng; Weary of life, yet weeping at it closa: Dieedlng the hour tht our lut rest ii bringing, Urging il coining fearing Its repose. Weary of life, yet bagging It to tarry i i'j mitt; ling at Its -flight: Staggering 'neath burdens I Weary oflifa.yet dreading more the night. !V- ' Weary or life; 0 Fathor In high heaven, , Bridge o'er the darkness with on ray of light; Weary of lire, O keep Die at ltd even Oh givtame atari with my notraveled. night, Appbabakcb or Madame Dh Stael. . Beltina Brenteno in one of her Letters to -Goethe writea of the authorees-ofCorinne: T She was dressed aa Corinne; a turban of aurora and orange-aelored silk, a dress of the same, with an orange tunis, girded so high as to . leave little room for her heart; her black brows and lashes gliterad, as also her lips, with a mysterious red: her long gloves were drawn down, cover ing only her hand, in whioh she held the well-known laur...

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