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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 2 January 1860

.8 t'-.kv ..." .1.1 I U..'vA hi 1 H E P ENNYPBJE S 8 Is pahlblMd doSr, ( nnadeys eeBted,) by -VRAKCISCO ciZ-DWIUbB, - nopuaroBs. vrtea-ae. H watt rosafg.sT it. THB PISH F3BSSH feaTsrestc subscriber, la OkMtamU, (tovtngton and Newport, tad sur. ' rounding sines end town, at the ex , y, treaty tow price ef BIZ OWN A WMk.PAY ABIJ TO OABBUB. releaser aiuis: J BlPatoeoalilo.il month Wo.; t month, fit 1 ystrgi. AMUSEMSNTS. i WOD'S THEATER, ooiHia iixta urn tiimiuiti' . iota A. Mtuiaa, Jt.-. Jolt Lmm a MaBaor. Great Attraction for New-Year Week. 1 Mr. GtiKNlf in on, of hU fcniloit characUni. THIS EVININO. Jsnntry 2, and ororx renlDi ' during the woek, John Broushim'i , PO-CA-HON-TASj 1 ,., 0, Thi Ojiktli Hudin, ' CapUIn John, Bmlth. i...,.... Mr. Boll i'.0t:hA',S,,"-r,"'-t,t-L- Mr.Elliler H. B. B. Po-c-hon-Uu....;.Mm ftnnr Denbm . After wbiob T" n TV JUiUJt BJKAKU: - Oa, Thb Tieeoeb or tea Bloi Chambh, a Domallano ( Bluo Beard) 1 brali i nw...bi.aiM,..rM.MI MfmtMMt.oir. iianfaon Mr. Xllale...

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 January 1860

5 :V Q? EL El J? JEV!E S S. , AhnW.MAJfOlSOO. J0HND.CALDW1LL. . ' ipnoMAaDrMrBMTOMi J ': w - i n - - HONDAY .JANUARY 9 A Paper To-Morrow. ' . The Pun Pun will make IU nppeertnos m aruftl to-morrow mornlnf. Carrier's Address. . Th first "HiwWi lddrtM" of the Pmit Fiim will be received wits oordial p probation.' It's in nproper vein, and iti merit " will be appredated by a hvorable judgment. The warmth of the weloome to the Carrier at he proffers the address ahonid be in inverse proportion to thoeoldneii of theiearotiefiraftf. Remember the Carrier, who brings you the - ppor in doipite of the severity of the weather. Old Year Dead—Last Words. "The warm no Is filling, the bleak wind U walling. The bar bongos or sighing, the pels flowers art dring: - . , " And Dm ysar . - OBthssarttasrdsatb-bed,tnshrondofleavssdead It ljrlSS." . :V It hat been eaid by one of the reviews that the dying often dream of their habitual oacu petloni, and oonstruot an imaginary present from the put. Dr. Armstro...

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 January 1860

m A J.. WANTED. WANTBD A SITTJATION-B a mM-dl-aj?ed My, In an Asylum or Seminary, a Matron or Housekeeper. Beat or references given and liberal compensation expected. Address L. W.,Penny Press OtBoe. ' )a2aw WANTED G I R L S Two good rest bHton kid on to oook and but. Inauir Immediately at Mo. 178 BIchmond-strast. j".b ANTED A COLORED WAITER To . ,.tolfr? of Dinlng-room-on that ;,,2h!o,i',Alu'!",. AaVtodo."". Mid build l it. Apply at louth-WMt corner of glfth and Broadway. dSI-b VANTED MELODEON To rent or vya3!itt t?V 'tT Melodoon. Address I. r.W., Cincinnati P. 0. deb XTANTED Rollable help for situations of any kind can always b had at a moment'! notice, by applying at No. 0 Beat Tbird-treet, base tueut atory, next to Adama' Bxpreaa office. Mo onerge to servants. , deJlam "ANTED Clcrki, book-keeper, sale! men, bar-keepers, porter, ooopera, oarpen ten, mechanics, laborer and others, can Ond situa tion at the Merchant' Oierk Registry Office, US Walnnt-atreet. - 3awl HALB ACQ. WANTED ...

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 January 1860

'THEIPBESS. HON DA Ymmwni i-tJANUARY 9 Advertised Letters. erAU letton advertised are subject U en ztrt charge of one cent. Persons calling (or them will pleue MOM prepared with the necessary cJuwje. ' No. 35.—December 31, 1859. LADIES LIST. Adam ton Kiln ' Allen Mlts Emily Angon Miss AnnstrongHarrletAllii Miss Mollte . ... .... .. ., .-;. .. Bnbenrer AmellaBlggerElljabeth Bell Molly H Ball Mrs Ann BUstman Blleae Baker Maggie Bo wen Amanda Billings Harriet? Ball Mary Blake Cordelia Ball Harriet Beatty Mollis Bakar Eunice Baker Mn J A ' Boeekier Mary Barrett B S Bonell Mra Eat Barnei Mollle ' Bogts Emily Beavil Mlsa ,, Butler Mra Marg't Barlow Ellaabetk BarthalowMJ ' Birch Mary J Blaue Malmlo Bryant Kachael ' Boardmau Mrs M Bailey Nida I W SBradfonl Hautel Bccket Suatn A Booth OT Butler Sabrlua Bristol Mn W II Bally Mn Satan Brown Brown Mn AO Brown Miss B Brown Ml Ellen Brown Mist M Browns Mist L , Ootaman Un A Coral Miss A. Chtplo Un ASS Carter MImP Carstang HissBG Coulen Mn A Cue M...

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 January 1860

1HE PENNY PEK8S Is pabUahfl Mr,' (BandagS savspted.) kf A ' FBANCISCa iOAUlWlUiL, , ! , rsoriusrou. r icb . M will ittiti iriiii. TUB P1HHT PBISBb ouveredtotabeortIsrs la OinoUnatl, Oovlngtoa end Hewport, and sur rounding slues Md towni, at the aa- , tremely low price! BIX 01STH A MM, PATABM TO 0ABB1BB. rajoasor suiuxoi ': Hlngleooples lo. l month Oo.; 1 monfhsil;! year L AMUSEMENTS.; VO OP'S TH EATER. oouu hxth ui Tura-tniRi. ... Joia A. li.ULxn,Jx..,..Sole Leasee and Uacffr. Great Attraction for New-Year Week. Mr. GLENN In one of hli funniest characters,, THIS BVINIHG, January S, ana mt; evening during the week, John Brougham' , . . rU-CA-iiUfl-AAB j ' Oi. Thi SiNTia Maidsn. ' " Captain John Smith...... ......Mr. Hall Mr. KlUler H. B. H. ro-ca-hon-ts...Mlss fenny Senium Anorwnicn I " BLUB BEARD; -;i Oa, Thi Tsbiom or thi Blui Chambsb, A bomaliaoe (Bine Beard) ...Mr. Lane-don Ibrahim ted if WM Ml WIfl indium mi mi Mr. IilUr attma ..,..............-. ...........Mrs.EIIlir Irene ,.-....

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 January 1860

THE BBEgs; AM T W. IBANOISOO. JOHUD. CALDWELL ioitou ud riorairrou. TCKSDaY- .JANDAKV 3 Training Young Mechanics. Develop the latent powtrt of mind in th young, ud adept thou power to handicraft, and you nave trained mechanics. Th eje and the hand mutt be tultured. The tnlod familiariMd with form of beauty and the hand Instructed In shaping thtm, th young moohanio takt hi plao atono in eompeniat Ing poiIUona for juitmoh men are wanted In thitoity. , Th Ohio Mechanic' Inititat hai for more than one-third of century been endeavoring to provide meant and carry oat plant for the advancement of art and mechanism, and to add to th prosperity and welfare of th arti- tan. Th holiday effort, th week of eihl bltion art not th only aotivitiei and egenoies needed: w require th night by night, line by iin instruction: w want employer to car for th apprentice, to inform them of the advantage of the drawing lohool, and to en- oourag them to tyttematle attendanoe. Ther are competent teacher engaged...

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 January 1860

' N WANTED. "WfTANTEDITTJATION-To do plain " " owiui mem www wwib iTWlUlMDaMl, Afli dress "Plain Sewing," at this oflos. Jis-b WW"'" ' - , . '""" DTI .LX "a'J? MUMi from Colnmbl. .nd Sycamoro. tmU., AtidnM, lUUngtBrmii.Bt tbi 4fflc, W. H. WW , -v4M4a4 VJXXVU W-BniTATION( A3, SALES ,7in,f;. 5l?n ,Sm who'l or retail dr food! S?i Slhi? Io"2 h" mP'0Tr about 2,0OO, Agent! f humbnm nd I not au.w.r, OtU on oraddro. remuwy. jaa-D yANTED-HBLP-A oarriaga driver, 382 WwUrn-iow. j3-b A. ft OABSON A bp. WANTED EELP OF ALL KINDS Mfln. Wmm. 11am Anil Vhiu. I. want orrollabU Mrranto will plu cull at our offloo and gat iupplied. A. D. 0AR80H A 00., No. Ml Wntwn-row. W ANTED A HOUBB-Of two or thraa .. f00?'' within tight KiaarM of thooornorof will par th nut In adranca or when duo. AddreM. fortlirdaya,J.ia.B.,atthtioflloo: jai-b" irANTED A HITnTTftWT- . u M. I!?"64 'f4' Aiylnm or Bamlnarr, m W"AN!I- I R L S-Two eood T.t- 1TANTED-MELODEON-To nnt or n rV!,f,, .fiI Melodoon. Addnai f W.. Olnclnnati P. O...

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 January 1860

THEPBESS TUKMDAYm .....JANUARY WITTICISMS. We have, already given ., soiuo Prenti- ccano, anil now add a few more: . Mr. Amaziah String advertises in tliu Ueorujia Constitutionalist that a young man hau ran off with his two daughters. i hat is outrageous. What a the uso of two strings to one beau? , , -A writer, who has just returned from China, says that the most useful drop raised by -tne Chinese is peas. J lie Celestials are a- prudent people they raina tneir peas ana euesl . "Doctor, what do y ju think is the cause of this frequent rush of blood to my head?" "Oh, it is. nothing but an effort of nature. Nature, you know, a) - nors a vacuum. : ' The most smiling and placid counte nance oftentimes masks the most dan' serous temper. The most terrible thun derbolt we ever saw was shot from a cloud nrohed by a beautiful rainbow. A lady who could not conceal even Iroiu licrself the plainness of her Face. boasted that her back was perfect That is tne reason, 1 suppose, that yourincmls 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. — 4 January 1860

M,'',WI),,,I'IIII,'SIS1 1HE PENNY PRESS II pnbllsoed (Uilr, ( Bwadaf MyUd.) by FRANCISCO A CAI.DWBI.Ii, norituroBS. Tfll mil FUSS It altvred to inbeorlbors lu Olnotsiu a, Covington and Newport, and sur. loasdliK Mtlw wd towna, t lb tromsly low prio at BIX CMfTS A WMIC, PAfiBM TO OABBIIB ' 5 W0WUOIM! .-1, Blglooile).t 1 month o.;S men ths ft I r" AMUSEMENTS. W 9, 0 D ' S TH BATE It. ooim nx AMBTnti-rrairn. oik A. Ilulib, Ja...8ols Ltme ud Manager. Great Attraction for New-Year Week. Mr, QIi INN In on of hli fanilest character. THIS KVENINQ. January 8, tad vi7 evening! during the week, John Brougham's . , i ' i ob, Thi Shim Maibib. : Captain Joha Smith...... ,....,, Mr. Halt ruw-oa-uiu...,M....,MMHH...MMM.. nr, Busier H. B. H. Po.c-hon-t.....,....Mln Fanny Dnhamt BLUB BEARD; fiV Oa, Taa Tbbbobs or thi Blub Chabbib. Abomallque (Blue Beard) Mr. Langdoni Ibrahim ............ ,,. M r. I flsl.rj Fattme .. - Mm RlltiM Irpna.. ,.....,.......,.,.,.,,.,.,..,, .MlaiDeuhani To cooclnde with THB ...

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. — 4 January 1860

THE PBESS. AJY W. FBANOISOO. JOHN 0. OALDWILL. ' U1NU AMD riOFBlBTOM. WEDNESJD V ...... JANUARY 4 The Sons of Malta Charity Ball. A fltutom loos city to oontinued on the 14th inst., of giving a fash ionable ball to collect fundi to be disposed of in charitable distributions. Some objoot to this method; they claim that it Is getting rid of distress without oalllng oat any compas sionate feeling In those who give, or in any grateful feeling! In thoae who receive. Some contend that misery should run it oourae, with nothing but the mercy of God to stay it, than that we should thus corrupt our charities; that it is much more easy to desecrate- our duties than to consecrate our amusements. In this objection there ii aome, but iery little point It is true that the education ; and benettt of charity are personal matters . with the giver and receiver of the benefits. Tet, on elimination, it will be found that there are more truly generous souls, men and women, who are actuated by' the pure 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. — 4 January 1860

i WANTED. WAHTBD-A BLACKSMITtl That nn ders tends sheet ne horse eooUrooing tyring Whom, to go oat In the coon try; permanent em- Siurmvoisua gooa wagee oneiwa so e eooer and In ustrlous man, with or without family." Apply to P JJ. BROWK, Inlrd-atreat, opposite 4ne Comraercl.i Offloe, je4-o WANTED EIGHT OFF, WITHOUT . w, DKLA.T-TWO good men who understand vegetable gardening; married nun with small fam ilies preferred. To the right kind of man, a good chancels now offered, Apply at the General Intel ligence Agency, ho. 32 Weetera-roW. i J-bt A. D. OA EBON k CO. ; WA?TB,DJTSITUATI01I-By pt-: ' hii J"Im'.dd,i.e"M,ed MJSo.wl M housekeeper in a public or private house the latter preferred? Beat of reference given. Address A. M at tolibfflee. TABT'ANTEri.Tri HOT WTwrfiv nriT. Si . L fl-'."1 which tea per oent, per month will De paid, to be ecu red by chattel mortgage. Address J. M,, care of the olerk at the office of the fenny Pre. jM-b , X7'ANTED A BELL BOY AND A nTr?1?1 "WOMAM-Applf at...

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. — 4 January 1860

THEPBESS WBDNHsJDAY.. .w.- JANUARY 4 THE CLOISTERED. THE CLOISTERED. BY SUSAN ARCHER TALLEY. Meek sisterhood, who all your days But oount jour beads and chant jour lays, In prayer, and penitence, and praise, I marvel If. In moodi divine, While kneeling at your Lady's shrins, is know so deep a peace as nilne. Yet though, like you, I dwell apart, ' And beer like yon a sealed heart, My worship hath o aid of art. , I own no narrow farm or creedi .. In hooel preiae, In faith I plead, And God la all my eoul doth need, I aik on him to real ay oar. . Hie lore within my heart to bear, To feel Bla presence everywhere. And In all stirms that round ma break, This simple prayer alone to make 'Forgive ana save, for Jeaua' aakel" An Unpublished Leaf from Barnum's Life—His Interview with Queen Victoria. The New Turk Sun of late date tells this story of the great showman, which the editor declares to bo new and relia ble: " Every one knows Tom Thumb, though very few know Charley 8tratton. Cliur loy ...

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 January 1860

if. f iHEjPENNY, PRES S It Hbllshea tall, (Sunday exotpted,) br rBAKCISCO A CAIDWEIL, PKOFlUXTQItfl. ppiob ao. U win rgiiti-niiii. Till riHHT PBISSbdeUvendtosnbaorilMrsla Cincinnati, Oovlngton and Newport, andsvr- U i rounding cities ud towns, it the x tromtily lowprloeof BIX OIHTS A WIIK, PATABLI TO OABBMB. pbiobbop buiubo: Bjngl copies Jo.i 1 month 40o.; monthttl, 1 peer t. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. V COBKIB SIXTH AID VISB-STBS1TS. JOB A. Iiuub,Jb.m..3o1 Lm and kknagw. Great Attraction for New-Year Week. Mr. GLENN in one of hit funniest obaractar. THIS IVENIHQ, January 8, and every evening during the week, John Brongham' PO-CA-HON-TASf Ob, Tbb Gbxtlb MiiDii. Captain John Bmllh.., ....,.... Mr. Hall Fow-ha-tan............................... Mr. Kllsler H. B. H. Po.c-hon-taa.........,.MIsa fanny Denham, After wbich BLUB BEARD; . Or, Thi Tbreobs or thi Blub Chamber. Ahomallane (Bine Beard) ............-..Mr. Lansdon lbrahlm..................................Mr. Ellsler! yatlmaMi)Mit...

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 January 1860

THE PRESS. ill 1Y W. FBANOIBOO. JOHN D. CALDWELl , eniTtraa amd rioPBirruaa. Thursday....- jAWUAitY a The Mechanics' and Manufacturers' Exchange. Mr. George W. Runyan wb yesterday eleoteil President of toe Meohanlcs' and Mali ufaotxrors' Exohaoge. He promises to carrj on a vigoroui sdtnln'itration daring tbe pre ent jeer. - There It no good reason for the languiili ment of this hopeful enterprise. Mechanic, inpport your newly-eleoted offioers. The Lecture To-night—Bayard Taylor on Humboldt. Bayard Taylor, tbe traveler, is to speak In a Cincinnati audlenoe to-night, on the life, oharaoter and travels of Humboldt the trav eled man of soienco, the founder of physical geography, and the moat distinguished invr tigator of tbe phenomena of nature, and t the laws whioh govern the world. Harobol it spent bat six or seven weeks in the United States, fifty-five yean ago. ' He arrived at Philadelphia- from Havana, assooiated with the Solentifto Sooicty la the Quaker City, trav eled to Washingt...

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 January 1860

TJl a , WANTED. iarbou't forget that' the Penny Press ia the pedluui tUrinigh w hich to make known your wants f Advertbe menta of five Hues and less, Inserted twice for t went j -Are cental OardwlD B?u?5"8, n,Ml " Vegetable thm i.'.0 0DJ",f ? German to work with 21 i( t . a. hands. App y t -6 JSmt Fourth-street, Intom.. me omCH. jMsb 1 "WANTBD By a notion-house, an expe ,Z7 "OBd and Arat-clas SALESMAN. Nona apply who oau. not com well recommended, Addraae Lock Box 465, with full particulars and nam of luat place juib' ; WANTED ONE BOOM About 16 by 39 (eet, within two square of th Postofflce. Address K. T. 8., ataling terms, Uox 309. Mo objec tion to the fifth story. ja5b WANTED A BLACKSMITH That as derstanda shoeing horses and ironing spring wagons, to go out In tha country; permanent em ployment and good wages offered to a sober and in dustrious man, with or without family. Apply to P, V. BKOWfl, lhird-etraef, opposite tha Commercial Offloe. ja-c , WANTED RIGHT OFF, WITHOUT DELAY T...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 5 January 1860

THE; FRISTS THURSDAY. ..JANTJA, KY 5 [From the German of Chamisso.] THE INEXORABLE PIGTAIL. There Uto 1 a sage In days of yore, Ami be a handsome pititail wora, Aud wondored much and sorrowed mora Because it huug behind him. Ho mused npou lliii curious cams And swore he'd climixo the pigtail's place,, Aud have it hanging at his tiicn. Not dangling there behind biui. Kiy's lie, "the mystery I've found I'll tutu me round" -be turned hitn rouui 1; But still It hung behiud liim. Then round anil round, and out and in, All day the onrzled sage did spin In vain; it mattered not a pin. The pigtail hung behind fain. And right and loft, and round about, And np and down, and IB and out, lie turned; but still the pigtail etout Hung steadily behiud him , And though his effort never Mack. , And though he twist, and twirl, hj ,d lack. AIhbI still faitliftil to his back, . The pigtail hangs behiw I him. hb Kaffirs' Treatment tor a Cap ture!.1 IjEpaRD. Several Kitffirs, who hud sui..reu severely iro...

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 January 1860

IU . JL SU M M J, f M M IJ psbllsbed dally, ( Sundays eaoepted,) br PRANCIBCO A CA&DWJBIA, PB0PB1W0B8." f ligi-io'.'H tut ro Ultl-lTiilf, TUl PINMT PBKSSll delivered to subscribers In Cincinnati, Oovington nd Newport and ear. ronndlng oltiee and towns, at the j, tremety low price of ' f '; BIX OMTS A WIIK, PAYABL1 TO OABBIIB. raicssor MAUina: Single copies lo.; I month Mo.s t months tli I rur 4. AMUSEMENTS. WOI' S TH B ATE II, OOBNRB SIXTH AND VIOTJ-STHtlHS. JOBS A. fLUHB,jB...M.JBollMMAlldlI.'Mar. Farewell Benefit of Sam. fllenn. THIS IVKNINO, January 8, will be presented .'he new and beautiful play of THB LOST SHIP. Dnntarewyvell.............. Mr. 8am. illeriri Bun l'renant.................. ............ Mr. Lan.Tdon Timothy Trim - Mr Kluler Bully Popple Miss Fanny Denham Dance Mise Kate Penuoyer.. To be followed with TUB DUTCH SCHOOLMASTER. The Dutch Schoolmaater ., Mr. Sam. Glenn Boh Nettles .......Mr. Ellsler Afler which the great CARNIVAL SCENE FROM BLUEBEARD. To conclude ...

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 January 1860

THE PBESS. .J T W. FBANOISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL. bditobs ind raoraiaToita. PR I ISA V.. ..JANUARY li Charleston (S. C.) and Cincinnati—Let Them Shake Hands. We desire, earnestly, that daring 1860 ma; be matured measures to compete a railroad eonneotiou between the River Ohio and thi tida-watera of Georgia and South Carolina But a email interval of the route between Cin cinnati and Charleston lacks the firm laid iron bond of union. In 1835, active measure were taken in this behalf, and to Sr. Drake, formerly of this oity , was due the honor of tht initial movement of the Charleston Railroad. Ha thus referred to the sooial and political advantages which it would confer: "What is now the amount of personal inter course between the million of American fellow-citizens of North Carolina, South Caro Una and Georgia, on the one hand, and Ken tuck j, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, on the other? Do they not live and die in igoorancooi each other, and, perhaps with wrong opinion and prejudices whi...

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 January 1860

WANTED. WANTED-TO BELL To eery family, a bottle ofForbe's Prepared GM, warranted the best in nee, and a seviogto every household of one hundred fold In value Dealers supplied on lib eral terms, manufactory 291 West Fifth alrest. 06"' : .. . WANTED A GIRL To do pUio cook ing, washing end ironing. Apply Immedi ately at 146 Smith-street, between Fourth and. Fifth atreete. . .. jaeb ,. i 1 -i i , ,, . WAKTK D To-morrow, two Gorman GABDINEIIB, need to Tinea and Vegetable Gardening. Also one green German to work with them. Alao two good FARM HANDS. Apply at 25 Eaat Fourth-street. Intelligence Office. jab w IWTBn P.. - t. an expe- nencM and Brat-claw SALESMAN none need apply who can not come well recommended aouress lock box eo. with fall particular and name of last place JSOU' WANTED ONE ROOM-About 15 by 2S feet, within twosnnarea of the Postoffic. Addreaa E. T. 8., atating termi, llox 389. No objec tion to the fifth atory. jaob jaob WANTED A BLACKSMITH That an deratanda ahoelng horaea 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. — 6 January 1860

THEPEESS PRIDAY -JANUARY ' TENNYSON'S BUGLE SONG. eninialle poem, though familiar, will always bear repetition: The splendor fills on castle Willi, . And mow summits old In story; The long llbt sbakss across the lakes. And the wild cataract Imp in glory, now, bugle, blow, wt the wild echoes flying; Blow, bugle, answer, echoea, dying, dying, dying. 0 hark, 0 heart how thin ani clear, And thinner, dearer, farther going; , 0 tweet and far. from cliff and tear, The home of Blr-laud faintly blowing! nlnw, let u hear the purple glena replying; Blow, bugle, answer, echoes, dying, dying, dying. 0 lore, they dlo In yon rich ekr; They faint oa Held, or hill, or river; Our echoes roll from aonl to sonl, And grow forever and forever, nlow, bugle, blow, eat the wild echoes dying, And answer, echoea, anewor, dying, dying, dying. i ! ! ( : 1 ! j j i I ! BOOK BORROWERS. BY THOMAS HOOD. How hard, when those who do not wish To lend that's lose-tbelr books. Are snared by anglers folks that fish With l...

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