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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 7 January 1860

IKE PENNY PBESS Is bU.h dJlrtBiiW oipUKl1)V. i VRAXC1KCO Is UAtDWixx) S ' FttOPKilTOBS. -' - '- ttioa no. U t in icriti-iiiiii. XUl PNMY PBISBIs fellveredtoiabaoribsrs la Olnolniutl, Oovlngton and Newport, and nr. roandlng cities and towns, at the x treaely low price of ' BIX OBNTB A WEEK, PAYABLE TO OABBlBtt. vaioasor builus; Binds eoylee Jo.; 1 month Mo.; I months tl; rear I. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. OOBKSB SIXTH UD VIirS-STBRlTS. loan A. ELiMn,Jsw..Bois Lessee and Manager. Positively last night of the Dutch Comedian, a MR, MAM. GLKNN. THIS EVENING, January 7 will be presented the new sod beautiful play of THB LOST SHIP. ftontjrswyrell. ............ .......... Mr. Bam. Glenn Ben Trenant........... .. ttr. Laugdon Timothy Trim Mr Kllsler Bally Popple...- Miss Fanny. Denham Uance Miss Sate Fennoyer, To be followed witli PO-CA-HON-TAS. Capt. John Smith. Mr. Hnll Pow-he-tan.... ............ -....Mr. Elleler II. K. H. Fo.ca-huu-Uu.........MlM Fauny Lenham After which the great CARNI...

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 January 1860

THE PBESS. At) T W. MAHOISOO. JOHN D. OALDWILL. xnivoas m runuMU. HATlfKUAY .JANUARY 7 The Governors of Ohio—Inauguration Next Monday. Whatever diffetenoe of opinion may be en tortaioed by politician toward ths Incum bents of offlee, it will not bo considered im proper to alludo to the exemplary character, ability and patriotism of Wot. Dennison, who is to be Inaugurated Governor of the great State of Ohio on Monday next. May the State of whloh he U to be the offiolal head oontlnus to prosper and sustain its high char acter at sovereign State of the Union. This is the honorable list of his predecessors: Gen. Arthur St, Clair, who had been President of the Continental Congress and a Revolution ary offioor, after fighting the Indians In Its defense, was appointed by Washington first Governor of the North-western Territory, and continued to hold the government thereof from 1788 until the formation of a State Govern ment In 1803. The first Governor of Ohio was Dr. Edward Tiffin, from 18...

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 January 1860

WANTED. WANTED SITUATION By young mm of good address, In eotns store, office, as assistant book-keeper, eopyieg olerk, or similar kind of employment. Haa do objection lo (rarel. Gltr reference! given. Add reus A', B. C, AM his ofBco. ja7b WANTS D A respeotable middle-aged lady wishes a situation aa Housekeeper in a publio or private house. Baa no objactlon to going ahort dlatanca from thcitr..Beat references given. Addreaa A. M., Press Ufflca. , a7b WANTED TO HIRE A good 30X WAQOU for few weeks for market par- Eotaa. Inquire at the north-west corner of Vine and lace Immediately. j7b WANTED TO RENT A furnished Bed room. Any gentleman wiahing a comfort ble room, lighted with laa, will And this dealrable. The room may be aeen at 149 Longworth-at. ja7b w ANTED TO 8ELTJ To every family, a bottle of Torbe'a Pranarad Glne. warranted the beat in uae. and a flavin? to every household of one hundred fold ita value. Dealers supplied on lib eral terms. Manufactory 291 Waet Fifth-street. fja6b W...

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 January 1860

H 10 Ha S S - Saturday.. ---....January i ' 1 ; ' LOVE'S FUTURE FORESHADOWED. BY FLORENCE PERRY. How rang It will b love-now strange whsnwn two Shall be what all lover become Ton frigid mid iailhleas-I col. 1 and untrue You thoughtless of me, and I camion of you Our pet name grown rusty with nothing to do Lotos bright web unraveled, and rent and worn through, And lifa'i loom left empty-ah hom! Ah, me. How strange It will be! How strange It will be when the-wttehery goes, Which makes m team lovely to-day; When your thought of me loeea Ita couleur de rose When every day eerTe tome new fault to diioloa- When you Sod I've odd eyee and an every-day nosi", And wonder too eould for a moment suppose 1 was out of the common-place way Ah, me, Howitrange It will be I How mrange It will be, lore-how strange when we meet With just tnch a chill tonoh of the hand I When sit pulses no longer delightfully beat At the thought of your ooming, the sound of yonr feet; When I watch not your going, far do...

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. — 9 January 1860

1HE EENMriPRESS la published dly ,' ( Braaajra aaorpUd,) by rRANCI8c6 a! CAt-bWEl, rBOFBlKTOBa. fttoi-ie. M wiiTVoVi.ri'r TH PIMM! PBIB8le delivered to subscribers la Olncinnstf, OoMogfcm and Rewport, kid Mr- . rounding cities end townj, tt the " tremely low price of BIX OMITS A WIBK, FAYABtl TO QABBI1B. rucnor surma: Bind ooples k.j 1 month Mo.; I month! fit 1 year AMUSEMENTS. WOOD' S TH EATER. OOinm SIXTH AM VIEE-gllBST. Jain A. ItULM, J. .Bole Lessee and Manager, rirat night of the gnat American Tragedy. . Flrtt night of the popular young Tragedian, MR. E. M. POWERS. MONDT.tUKSpAT an W1DNTC8DAT EVEN INGS will bo produced an original tiveaot Tragedy, by E M. Powers, Etqo with new scenery, wardrobe, 4c, entitled THE FATALIST ; T , Ob, Visions or ihi Futoeb. - St. Leon ....-....-...................Mr. Powers Don Miguel etajtaeaetajtatea nr. Langdon Don Uarloa ..........Mr. Bead Valverde.....t.M....i.w i,..M.N.H, Mr Hall Leonora................. ....... .....Mre E)lsler Therese ........

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 January 1860

ft T'- - : S itn -r-r -i-k -r- -m ri f y. 1 4A Y W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL. ID1T0U AMD rtOFBIUnU. MONDAY .JANUARY 9 News by Telegraph. jP'pb telegraph dispatches arrived last night. The only news we hare over the wires it con tained io the Saturday night's report, to be found on the Gret page. The First Inauguration Ceremonies on Ohio Soil. On llio 7th of April, 1788, the Drat perma nent settlement of Ohio nu effeoted, at tho mouth of tha Muskingum River, in this State, whore a oolony of Mew Englanders had built block-houses for protection from the Indiana. On the opposite point, on the bank of the Ohio River, the Government bad a station at Fort Ilarmar. On the 15th of July, 1788, His Ex cellency, Governor Arthur St. Clair, the first Governor north-west of the Obio River, ac companied by Major Doughty, of the artillery, arrived in a twelve-oared barge, completely manned. He waa received at the garrison by General Hormar with military honors, and ovory kind of polite attention ...

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 January 1860

V I. WANTED. WANTED A good PENMArl-A young man who can dovote four' houri per day to copying for a month , mar hoar of a place where be cun obtain a scholarship Id one of the beet comraer clal col legos in the oity for bis Services. Address In writing of applicant, real name, Box l,m Postofflce. Ja9-b . ' " ' ' . WANTED ROOMS By a Tomg couple of strict domestic habits, to rent two or three fronts, in a genteel dwelling-house, in which only jae quiet family resides. For particular! address Lock Bo m, Cincinnati, 0, jaD-b VE7"ANTED BOARD By a young; man WW board and residence with a quiet, homoly family, (German preferred) on liberal terms. In Ken tucky or Cincinnati. Cleanliness and domestic com. nviNm15rB ? "hject than Une board. Address BBI ION, Box 73$ Postofflce. ja9-b V1TANTED Families wanting to get good reliable girls for general housework can al ays be supplied by calling at Mrs. W ARMER'S In telligence Oftce, 308 Fifth-street, between Western. row and John. ja9-b WANTED GIRL...

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 January 1860

THE PRESS MONDAY. ..JANUARY The Prince of Parisian Thieves. Persons rob one another every day; but he must have been a clever fellow who robbed the Prefecture of polioe (the head police offioer in Paris;) and this a man did, whose name has become histo rical Beaumont. He was the Jack Sboppard among th.i thieves. When Beaumont aooompusuea toe immortalizing feat (among his brethren) he had just returned from the Bagne (the galley) at Brest It took place in the days of the celebrated Vidocq. He actually robbed the strong box at the head polioe offiee; and this box contained not only bank notes, but all the jewelry whioh is found, or in any way comes into the hands of the polioe. After his return from the galleys he frequently oalled upon M. Henry, the principal offioer of the second division of police; and these visits were made under pretence of making certain revelations, or giviDg useful infor mation, in the hope of becoming attached to the polioe himself. Henry's office was next to...

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 January 1860

lyH BjE jHN Ti PBE S S II published dally, (.Sou dare exonted,) by rRAffdsCo k caidWeii, r-M-s-ao. 14 wiit rot iti iiiiM. THB jBHBY rBBftfU delivered eabeoriber la V- Wndnntl, Oovlngtou and Hewport, udiiv , nmnaiDf oitlti and town, at th ex.- tTemely lew price of ,..'i r. U (JIKTS A WBBK, PATABLB TO vABRIBS, i,' .' ml ! PBICHOr BAIUm: . ' Single copies io.ilnODtk40o.il month! $1 1 1 year $4. AMUSEMENTS. WOO D ' S TH EATER, 1 ' fiosMit ran AID TUI-tllllttS. JOB A, DtULU,Xl.,.MM.AlcIiMMdlUBHOT. First eight of the great Amwlotn Tngcdr. IIre sight of the pepolronnf Tr(dlu, ' ; i ' MB. B. M. POWERS, ? , : f MONDAY, TCE8DAT and WKDN1HDAT ITBN 1NOS will tw produced u orlf inal BTe-aot Tragodr, hj E. 11. Powers, Eq., with new Kenery, wardrobe, Ac, entitled . ' THB FATALIST j -; On, Vjsiom of tbi Ictoii, Si. M0a..,.t...M.Ht MMHtt,Mwi..Hri Powen ur. Laogdon Do'Urlo...............,...Mr. Ead Valverde Ur Hall Leonora.t)MmMMt M.iMtM.HMiH..M.tMH.Mra Kllnler Tlieroit........ .......,.HiM Annie Wal...

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 January 1860

THE PJRJESS. TUB8D4Y, ..JANUARY 10 The Inaugural Ceremonies. Governor Chase retired and Governor Dennlaon took offioe yesterday. An es cort of military attended the Governor elect from hie realdtnce to the Bute-house, where a large audience had assembled. At leveo. o'clook A. M., Governor Chase and Governor Dennlaon repaired to the Senate Chamber, where they were joined by all the State oOoiali. They proceeded to the Rotunda, where the oath of offloe wai adminiatered to Governor Denniion by the Chief Juitloo of the Supreme Court. The Inauguration Ball, at Armory Hall, wai a brilliant affair. The spirit of the Governor's Inaugural is given else where. Be pitches into a reputed Southern league. We would venture our heads that the States of the South have not agreed, nor will agree, to any suoh folly. Disunion would bring about the destruction of slavery. A few hot-heads are not to lead or mlale.4 the eon servative South. The Sun. "How great a boon to fallen man, The sun so warm and br...

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 January 1860

WANTED WANTS.'1 FOR BALK.' "10 LT."."L08T ." ,J,OUND,"c.,ln this eelamn.oecaeying five line et teas, two Insertions, twenty-five cents. WANTaD-HSITUATlON-.Ift.ny kind or wholesale or retail store. A grocery-store preferred. Andreas . J., this offlfe,; t, g jalQb. . WANTED A SITUATION As compos ltor In a country office. Address J. P., this offlcfc jalQb WANTED A SITUATION-By a man of good address, as nlMnun In -.i-u BPOOl '7 gr haniware stors. Address 0. J. W (Un it! Postofflee. iKiob clnnat! VIT'ANTED On good Dining-room Girl. r nd one Chambermaid. Apply at Madison Home, Covington. Ey. Jlob WANTED A w with from $100 to t3WI cash, to takeebargeof a business that pays from is to llOaday. None without rash need apply. Address CASH BCSINSsS, Press Office. )10oJ - WANTED TO KENT By a gentleman with a email family, two or throe comforta ble Roome, at some point between Fourth and Court and Broadway and Weetera-row. Inqure of O. P. B., Times Office. JalOe WANTED A SITUATION-By a vonng man ...

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 January 1860

THE PRESS .JANUARY 10 WHAT CONSTITUTES THE GREATNESS OF A STATE. BY SIR WILLIAM JONES. ' .V, 1wht0'ltsaBtatr Not high-raised battlmnta, or lahor'd snoand, Thlok wall or moated eat;: I Dot oii'iM proud, with spires and turrets orownM, nor bays and broad-arm'd porta, Whsrs, laughing at the atorm. rich navies ride; Nor starr'd and spangled Court, Wbsr low-hrow'd baseness waf ta perfume to pride. . No I men, high-minded men, With sowar aa far above dull brutes Indued, la foraata, braka or den, Al bauta excel cold rocks and bramblei rude; Han. who their datiea know. But know iMr rights, and knowlngdare maintain, . , Prevent the long-aim'd blow, And eraah the tyrant, while they rend I he chain, Thar constitute a State. An Amusing Game of Checkers. V( Almost everybody ia aware of the fallaoy of trusting to outward appearance. Looks are deceitful, as all of us are apt to find, sooner or later, by bitter experience. The Boston Commercial Bulletin recol lects an incident whioh illustrates the...

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. — 11 January 1860

.r T1 rj 1HE PENNXbJEjaB,8 9 Is HMIshea dauvA IBoaearjoertad.) br mos aei 14 wilt t ggiti-iTiiif, TBI mil PHJCSBii dtllnred to mbecribers la Cincinnati, Covington and H.WBOrt, Bed Bar ,. rounding oIUm ud town, at the ex nelriowBrlceof BIX BBH A WMK, PATABIil TO OABBIIB. moss or auuiaa: . Blngle cosies fc. l month iOo.; I months tl; mi te. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. ooibir lutq abb TUHnini, Iobb A. LiAii.wJtotoIwm end Iwmt, .) -. . ; t v , First night of the great American Tragedy! Fint sight of the popular voung Tragedian, ... MR E. M. POWERS. -.H. '. 9 ... MONDAY, TUB8DAT and WIDNB8DAT YMf.' ipub wm ue BToaacen et original uve-act Tragedy, b? E. M. Power., Eiq., with new scenerr, wardrobe, On,' Visions or tbi Fittdbe. ' y 1 1 Mr. Powera Don Miguel..,. ....tlr. Laogdoo Don Oarloe ........( - Mr. Bead . Valverde Mr Ball Leonora,..., .,.M.MMM...,......Mt.Mra Ellaler Theresa Uiie Annie Walte To be followed with i , . . PCT-ii-HON-TAS. f ! j , , Oast. Jhn Smith.-... .. ...................

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. — 11 January 1860

THE PRESS. Ah IT W. FBANOISOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL, ssrcoaa akp peorataTflas. WEDNESDAY.. .JANUARY II The Sad Disaster at Lawrence, Mass. A thrill of horror will spread over the land on reading the dispatch that over two hundred and fifty factory operative), of the Pembertcn Mills, were crushed to death, yesterday, mostly young women, at Lawrence, Mass. This is lad, sad newt. The Democratic Convention of Kentucky. Guthrie delegates to the Charleston Conven tion were chosen, and the Baohanan Admin istration indorsed, yesterday, at Frankfort. Douglas doctrines were piiohed into. Double-Headed. On the 4th Inst, a Convention of the Illi nois Democracy was held at Springfield Douglas delegates were chosen. Yesterday another Convention was held and other dele gates chosen. Soldiers of 1812—Convention at Columbus. There was a large assembly of the soldiers of the War of 1812 yesterday at Columbur. Col. J. D. W. Haynes, of Union County, pre sided. John Noble, of Celumbus, and A. H. Dunlevy, of...

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. — 11 January 1860

WANTED. "WAHT8," "WOK BALI," "TO LIT," "LOST," "f O0HD,"4IMCOl,W, 0OOTylnjve ' or leu, two Insertions, twptr-iTointi.r" ANTED-UfPOltM AtlON-Of Y7IL LI AM CLINCH, aged ten years, who ran nwarfrom hiitohr'MUii Julton. Therein, cut 01 the upper lit. right side; also a tilt in thi' corner of tail left eye ; fair hair and light complex- inn. Is a amart-sooken . dot- Hu rw.r bout two montha. Any one knowing obkis'where Abotita will oblige by addi-essiniFBANUiaiil.TNnn. .Kemper's Bow fatten, Hamilton (Jounty, Ohio, , , WANTED A TINNBxWJtpply at No. 2M yine-itreat, to JOHN L. BBOPHY, Oln. clnnitt, Ohio. - i . , jallb WANTS D-A Carriage Blacksmith, Wood-worker and Painter, to go to the oonn tlTv..V?.rPl, married men preferred. Apply to HUNTEH, EDMKSTOS A CO., Carriage Trim, m I ng Dealers, No. 168 Mala-street, between fourth and Fifth. jillb ANTES' A" (took of DRY GOODS, to the amount of $9,000 'Of tio,O0O, for which cash and productive real estate will be given. A p. ply at thla oftloe. . j...

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. — 11 January 1860

THE PRESS VTRDNENDAY- JANUARY 11 A CORN CONCEIT. We were popping core, . . Sweet Kitty and I i ; .. Itdaaced about, And it dund op high. The ember mnkoki ; t. In their fiery light; ,, ' And it nnt up brawn. ' And it cam down whit-. White aad beautiful. Crimped and curled, The prettiest fairy dance iB the world t The ember wore hot In their Serf light, . And it went op brown, 1 ' And it came down white: Ah I nnr a time are the eabor hot, And the Daman (plrit can brook It sot, ' Tet radiant, forth from the fiery light, Cometh traaatbrm'd and enrob'a la white. Thomas De Quincey. Evening Bulletin obwrvei: ,, , ' Thomat Da Quinoey hai tone into that "profound" so near whioh opium bad brought him long ago. He looked over tho brink for a long 'time . before,, ho plunged, seventy-four ' full year had kept him oompanv from the cradle until his doath, at Edinburgh, on the 8th of Ueoombor. .., Many , a long walk did he tread between his two piles of etonos, and stntngo phantoms kept olose by b...

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 January 1860

1HE PENNY PRESS is KbibtatTdd, '(a&il mti,) b. FRANCISCO CAIiDWEM., . rBOFHiiroBS. ,x. :'ni;' ; r r i oi-rn iifTom it. TBI PIHSf PBlfl8!i deHWedtotubeoribert la Cincinnati, OoTlntoo and Howaort, and for roondini elites and townt, at the ex trenielr tow price of . ' BIX 01HT8 A WIJU, PATABLI V) OABJUIB. nioHotMiunia: eim it ooalee lo.i l month Me.; I months li 1 root fti. AMUSEMENTS. , WOOD'S' THEATER OOtSlt'llXTB ABD VlXB-trrBlBTS. Jona A. BiiW, J .Bole fan wd Mimw. Last nlfbt but two of the potato young Trie' MR. K. M POWERS, t , ' TBI8(Tbnri(U'rxTIMINa,iiDiitrr 12, will be PrMented THJJ FATALIST; : ' ."Jl!. 0, VlBlOXS or TBI Fotui. St. L60D.imiiiniiHiiininiHMwm'twi mwiM tt 1. P0W6lB Don Miguel..,. ......,.......flir. L noted on Dod Carlafl.Hf?MeM...M.fe.Hiti.t..Mtt..Hr. K$d MUMIIIWIIIti Mr. Hall l;Mnora....i.wY....H.,.,,....,.........Mrt Ellsler Thereat i..w.....w..i..............HlM Annie Waite To conclude with, for tbt flrat time, the celebrated and wonderful pantomime calle...

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 January 1860

THE PRESS. Ah IT W. FBANOIBOO. JOHN D. OALDWILL. DmuinnonuNn, THURSDAY JANUARY lit Important Telegraph News. Details llt be found of the Congressional newt ud of the great diaaater a Lawrence, in the telegraph dispatohes, which oommeneed on the first page. Two votet were given In Congrew jestaida for Speaker, but no elee tien. . The Kentucky Free Soiler-Cassius M Clay. Who li Cassia M. Clay, who, on ilevva toil, 10 boldly denoanoee the slave InitltatlosT Be wti barn in Medieon County, In which he now Htm, on the 9th October, 1810. ' He oame of itordy, Independent, fighting stook. Hit father was General Green Clay, who wan born in Powhettau County, Va., In 1T67, and was detoended from a noted Brltlih Grenadier. Green Clay oame to the County of Ken tuoky, then belonging to Virginia, when he wai bat a youth, and divided hii time in mr Toying Undi, and in aiding to espel the lavages from the vast wilderness. Eli expo tares were of the severest kind, .Ms ohain carriers eron deserting Mat...

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 January 1860

"WANTS," "FOB 8 ALB," "TO LT," "LOBT," "fOCND," Ae,,in fhl, oolunm, occnpring Ov IIdm or les, two Insertions, twenty -Ova cent. ' ' w ANTED BOY To: mk bimwlf m. rallTnMfnlindntloffloo. Mint h. aoi recommended. Apply to Dr.'C Oiuond, Dentist. WANTED LAUNDRESS That thor oughlj understands bar business. Apply at the Australian Hotel, 374 Walnnl-atreet. JOHN alABTIN, Proprietor. T jaisb -ANTED-A good Carpenter and Joiner. ft RfiZ TSuln 1Tt, om rohlteet'e oftee, 2. 5? J- P,nn OOo. or Pottofflo Box Mo. 1,807. Jaiab WANTED INFORMATION Of WIL LIAM CLINCH, aged ton yean, who ran a way from bit father'! bom In f niton. There lea ont on the npper Up, right eld I aleo a ent In the oorner of hie left ere; fair heir and Hint complex ion. Ii a smart-spokea bor. Baa been gone about two months. Any one knowing of hi where abouts will oblige by addressing I BAN018 CLINCH, Kemper's Bow, fultca. Hamilton County, Ohio. . 081101 WANTED A TINNER Apply at No. 208 Vine-street, to JOHN L. BBOPHT, Oin. clnnat...

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 January 1860

J f . tr r - . , . THEPEES8 THURSDAY. ....JANUARY 13 PATIENCE IN MATRIMONY. A youth and maid one wintry night, Were sitting la the oorner; His nam we're told, in Joshua White, And ben wat Patience Warner. Not much the pretty maiden laid, Beiide the young man sitting; Her cheeks were flushed a rosy red, tter eyes peaton her knittlns. Nor could be fne what thought of hlnv Were to heroosom flocking, As her fingers, swift and film, Flew round and round the stocking. - While, as for Joshua, bashful youth, His words crew few and (ewer: Though all the time, to tell the truth, . . Bis chair edged nearer to her. Meantime her ball of yarn gay oat, ' ' ' She knit so fast and steady; And he must give his aid, no doubt, To get another ready. Be held the skein; of course Uie thread Got tangled, snarled and twisted; "Bave patience I" cried the artless maid, Te him who her assisted, , Good chance was this for tongue-tied churl, To shorten all palaver; "Bate Patience l'rcried he, "dearest girl, ' An...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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