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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 13 January 1860

uwiwil I I j7 I II III I 1HH f I53JWY jPpSS IB tabllshea dally, ( Sawders eaospted,) by J "!-. M WBSf tot ITI-lTlHT. XBBIBBBI rBBBSUredtouborilrla . uionanHi,wna(toBMdHtWfort, aadrar. rounding due and towns, at th "'' 'trlMMlrlMrrfNr , ,'. , . aix oun a irm, patablb to oabbuu. .... miobi j haiiuq: v htHooHtte.il montkssn i aoathitll 1 rta ti. A2OTSE2IENTS. W OOD 'S Til EATER. ' coinei iiiti aid vtHS-rrairrs.. Jon A. Itmn, Jb.....J8qI hn and Manager. Kw " 11 BENEFIT . And lift, appear! bnt en of ' toe young Trag dlen, - . '.. . .. - . r, MR. E. M. POWERS. ..&'"; , I',... , Mr THOMAS CRAWFORD, the Scottish Vocal. lat.and Mr. CH AS. KVSKKL, the celebrated Fianiat. Will appear. . .!.,;.: (THIS triw IVBNIRG, January It, will In pream - y rntrv w A m t v rant . iuj xaaaa,aoa Oa. Vuiom or Fiitii... Dl. MWllllMllMl(lMnHfHIIIWWHIIiMIHlNlillHI.( FfflWOfl LHJU JMISUVIt.HI.MMt MMMtttMM MltttJBr UaVlgdOn Dan Url(.,..nM ,,.Hr. Read Valvtrde..... . Ht. h.ii Iimoar ....Hr KlUler iuuiwm , bum An...

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. — 13 January 1860

THS3PBESS: la IT W. rBASOISOO. - JOB.lt D. GALDWXIili. DITOMiUrionilTOU, VBIOAY . .T-JANUARY 13 We Can Do Without a Congress. TM people hate UflU'lii' glorious good humor during the last weelt. . Tnej are con tented not to have anT-yrgarjisetion of Con gress. Bless frduglat'l' dear Wml.' ' The intro- '.)'Wiwi.; iqte general use, ha worked so well in Statoa and Territories thai the sovereigns design to do without a Congress'. ' We don't want any more law.' ''A. few contractor grumble at the nogloot to p7 ot the gold eaglet pf . the Gov ernment for earrylag malls; ,a few of them will fail, and throw up their contract. That's not teriooi avili The newspapers are so Inoon diarr these dajs that but few can legally cir culate, and we hare bat little use for newspaper mailt. The Pihky Fawn the ; people: will . have, mails or no mails. Private enterprise is adequate to carry the correspondency of the 'eoanhy. The si press -companies are regular and reliable; and as the people pay 'the bills...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 13 January 1860

1.1 I (I, ', WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB SALI,n,"TO MTWMT," 'tO0ND,".,tlU0hliuiHMsWtof A" lines or lees, two lasrttoiuMvre-ity-s,vootB. w 'ANtKD-l-6(JVa'ftESS-of paWieu lr from what oantry one who understands the English and Oeran WWli preferred to go Hliout eighty vilM in the countrrtb tftjte charge of tfat education or tftmoriourcnuaren,, um wbo li tmnalAnt Cltl tlfMr Of situation: bv ennlvlnir lnimVdl.lr t M US. SI thlru door from Pinm PaON'fl, J-OIfth-.treot, H jai3t- WANTED SITUATION By a respect b1 Protestant girt as house mild or sowing girl In prints family, AddresaG. H.., Penny, Press Office, - y . - ... , ... w ,.t ,jal3b ., WANTED 8 ITTJ ATION A youngder-i nao girt wishes te obtain situation in prlvatefamily to do chamber work and aewlDg. In quire at lag Sixth-street, upstairs. jalib w ANTED YOUNGt M.AN-To: drive hone and walen and make himself gener ally useful in a lisht baalneai. which he will ight business, which he will have an opportunity of learning, Address J. O., renor...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 13 January 1860

THE PRESS FRIDAY. ..JANUARY I.J THE SENTIMENTAL SHADOW. Two deep bay wludawa lit the room In which wo viichM the sveninggloom; . In this myself and Lucy ut, Peter and maiden aunts in thai; The gaslight on th flags below And on our colling cut glow. While peter and Mi coterie ' Talked mattera parliamentary. Or ruled, with solemn shake of head, , Hew prudently the young ibonld wed, In my committee I said, "This, ' My dearest, it the time to kiasl" Lnred by the shadowy hour and nook, . The proferred pledge the coyly took; . - When lol by our unluoky fate, In allhontte, our tete-a-tete, . Noses and pouted lips wars all dblkiuely shadowed on the wall! " ' So, when the footman brings in tee, A 8oinbre are thsy, aud scarlet are we; . , The lamp has prematurely shown A trill h we had not dnreil to own: Small thauka to light untimely cast ' Ah' yet this kias was not our laat. An Angry Woman's Lecture to Men. " (In .the Newburgh (N. Y.) New we find tho following ty an angry woman. ' ' "We've ...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 14 January 1860

1 H E P E NN Y PR E S 8 Is waHUbed din, Sundays excepted,) by rHAMCIBCO A CAKDWBM., rrtoi-io. M wiit ittiTi-iiiiit,' TBI MIT r TBIB8 if 4UvirNbanbecrlbsrs to ' Unclaneti, Covington mil Kswport, andror toandini cities ud tawni, it the ax. V twmelylowirioeof IX 01HTB A W1IK, PATABM TO OA&BIXB. . . rateasor suiuasi Slight ooslos so. lmontttOe.Smonths 111 lfwk AMUSEMENTS. W D'S TH B ATE R, .,, ,,OOB1B SJITB ABB TIBB-STSBBtav"' Job A. Musun, Ja....8ols ion sad Manager. Lant appearanoe of the young tragedlsn, , NR. E. M. POWKHS. THIS IYINIHO, January 14, will be presented THE FATALIST; Os, Vision or tbb IcTumi. flt. Leon..... ......-....,.,. Mr. Powers Don Miguel...... .......,. H..ir. Langdon Don Crloi.,........-................,.......,.....,Mr. Bead Valyerle........-......,.....,..,...... Mr. Hall Leonora......... Mrs Illsler Thref.............. ......... MUe Annie Walte .After wbiob, Scottish Ballad, Mr. Crawford. Ur.Kuokel will perform a fantaaiairum "II Tro vatore." , "Tema," Sc...

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. — 14 January 1860

THE PJRESS. sVhi.'VT W.FKAH0T800. JOHB" D. 0ALDW1LL. iraiuinonioMi. SATURDAY . .JANUARY It THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. BBSS. Ia order te . meet the eftea expreaardj w1sb.ee of oer friend la the cenntry, who deetre ta ka furnished with a Cheap Dolly Paert wa have redaeed the arise ef onr abaerlatlea froaa Ian ta three dollar per rear payable la all casts la advance. For' aar laaa verla4 thaa aaa year aar terms will he at the eld rate ef four dollars.; Three dollar barely lafflee te tar for the blank peaar we aae la arlatlaa- tt yet we, are determined te aire the country mer ehaats, aa well aa ear nltr patrena, the eheaaeat aad beat faper eyer aabllabed ta' the Qaeea City. The Preae farnlahea the aaaie Market aad Teleerraafc report air a by aar larger eetemeorarlea, with a creator; variety ef general aad tnlaceUaneea read- Inc. "r The News. Loek at the dispatohe for roar days Uteri new from Europe. "Explain yourself, Mr.; Napoleon," say the Pope, "o...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 14 January 1860

: . "WAHT8," TO BAIL" "TO LIT," "LOST," "F00ND,"Ao.,ln this column, oconpyinf five lines or less, two insrtkms,fweaty-flye cents'. ) w ANTED GOVERNESS- Not partlcu- w . iu -uwBmrj-uin wnounaerstanOS we aomiisu Buu umiuoM nuKuai(ri preierrea to 10 about elshty all Id the country to take chars of the education of tbreo or four children. On who 1 tompetent un tear of good situation, by ennlrina lmmedletelrat MBS. BlftpsON'H, Ml Ftftht 'rest, Ihlro door from Piom, ji8b . VlfANTED Two or three Ugat-oarriage n.V,,Ld bnT-body makers. Apply to J. B. I,Kl.Cl.'.??cr,tt M- d M- stachange. Ho. 74 West Tlilrd-atreet. , , . jaltd WANTEDWET-NURSE In private family, immediately. Liberal wum paid. Apply at ho, let Sycamore-street, saat side, near Blxta. jal4b WANTED-A GIRL To do general housework. Inquire at 04 Lawrence-street. . ial4b WANTED AGENTS A ran ohanoe for business. Active and enerfetio nMO can ob. tain a pleasant and profitable boilnoH, br calllns oon on J. H. TE88BMOJKR k CO., No. 124 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. — 14 January 1860

THE PB E S 8 HATCH.DA.Y. .JANUARY 14 LOVE'S PLEA AGAINST THE CLOISTER BY HENRY MORFORD. Lttt.D to me, nnn Ursula, Before 70a leave tht world behind you t I mast speak, and speak to-day, To-morrow the convent wells will bind yon. Where are you going, tad what would you do? .Cheat tht world of the dnt you owe ltf That it no deed for twunm true I Hush your heart, aad you till mutt know It. Top m t7 fair, Bun Ursula! Try fur, with yonr golden treates Withoureheek that might b a rote la May, tJtXr 70w u where hover a thotuand bllstei With toot arm and your bait of Juno mould, Suoli M of old had tht Grecian mothers : Wot all oar not at your birth waa told bomtthlng, I think, yon owt to others. Ton an Try para, nun Ursula, Very pnre lu your maiden feeling, With tha beads you tail ten timet a day, And yeur earnett eyea to heaven appealing, Tht pare are few enough I trow; In the daughter of Bye htr fault hat rittn: "ben one pure heart U found below, Why ihoald yon ihut It away In a priton? Y...

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. — 16 January 1860

Ulnatanatl, Covington ani Hswport, and any.' . t raas dim clues ul town, at to ex ri ! treacly low price of. ,vl BIZ OKCm A W1IK, PAYABLE TO OABJUnt Blagl ooIn lo. 1 month 40a; I montluI 1 raw I. 1 H TO P.BBS S Ii aabllshea daily, t0vmai mftoij by TB0PB1K0BB. ... V f I B - 0 . 14 W k'Jl" JUtT i I T. TBI PBTHIY PBXS8 1 delivered to subacrlbwt la AHUSEMENTS. W 99 D'B TH EATER. ' comix kits UDTin-RinN. . ' joaa A. Buun. Jm.i.-jBoU Imw sad maw. farewell engagement or ' ' ' Miss Kilza IiOan. Miss LOOAKbegsto inform her friends ui tb public generally that she has concluded to retire from her professional labora t and oaring been fa vored, for a number of yean, with the smile and noouragament of the Cincinnati public, aba faela it a duty to mak thii formal announcement of har farewell engagement . - THIS EVEHINfsi January IS, vll be presented the thrilling old live-act play of KVADNB. - Him Ellsa Logan Ludovieo.......-.-....... ...M r. Bain Colono. Mr, Langdon Vloentlo -.,...-.-.........Mr...

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. — 16 January 1860

THEPBESS. Ah )T W. rSAMOUOO. JOflH P. OALDWELL. .u . ; aMwacAaaraorainoai. Monday ...January 10 THE DAILY-PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. BBK8. -. Ji.irui."! i :i- la Hot - t aet tho often expressed wlahe f oar trtsaal la the ceaotry, who desire Co ho tarnished with a Cheap Dally Paper, we haro redaeedl the prloo of oar sabaerlptloa from loar to three dollar per roan payable la all cum la advanse. For any leea ported thaa oao year oar terms will, be at the old rate of tour dollar. Three dollar barely safflee to pay for the blaak paper we a la prtntlosr It, yet we are dotenalaed to aire the eoaatry er chant, ai well a ear elty patron, the cheapen and beit paper erer pablbhed In the Qaeea City. The Pre lurnlshe the sans market aad Telegraph report cWea by oar latter eotemporarlee, with a (renter variety of general and mUeellaneooa rend- U. ; The "Want" Column—All Persons are Interested. The Pmnt Fbbm read in all oiroles. We have now isy ten to aeh oopj a average ...

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. — 16 January 1860

WANTED.' "WAHT8,""0B BAIi,"",TO LIT," "LOST," "FOUND," Ac., In this oolumn; occupying Bra IIdm orlM,twolnserUons,swenty-aveeBtf. 1 ;"v w 'ANTED T 0 RENT By a prompt rooma and kitchen, In Rood condition, with "W4,ED-SHARX3 0F GALVESTON .Z. k WSTOCK-Anf psYaon baring any of DS.0TS;,"?e1;tocjE for u ""I plua eddreM . X x "S- 73, Potoffloe, stating name, plac of residence and amount of stock and price asked for I he lame, . ' jalec w 'ANTED 0d or two Clerki in an or- J a - - w. misty lunio iuu lUIIIBlB MnMH iur Y- i tons situation Id city tad country. Apply at the JdH ABBA I I n b j 1 1 1 A a . k 1 . . - n WD 1 . uvuviw .ut.uiaeuve agenor, no, western-row A. D.'OARSON A (H. WANTS D By a gentleman and his daughter, three or four furnished or unfur nlshed Rooms, in the middle part of the oily. Ad. drew C. B Penny Prow. . . Jab WANTED A imall House, or Bait of Booms, within ten minatee' walk of the Fostoffioe. Kent not to exceed 111 per month. Ad drew HOUBtt, this offloe. jaiSb ANTED Two 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. — 16 January 1860

T "FT IS PUTT! S 8 MONDAY.. JANUARY 10 SILENT CHARITIES. BY TOM HOOD, JR. "Tennis fugieni per framlna rivus." took how a lender rivulet steals along. In winding! devious, through a meadow'! groat, ' Iu watsrs ell too Hint to rale song Of mnrmnrona pleaiure onto all that para; Wherefore with lowly aim itdeth botseek The thirsting herbage to refresh nnaeen; ' Whereat eaoh tiny leaf and floweret meek - Doth olothe ltaelf with aweeta and llvller green. So the Good Heart, who hath no atore of wealth His poorer brethren to enrioh withal. Both his little kindneases by stealth, That so the world may not poroelvs at all. Nor should we know the virtues which he bath. Bare for the brlght'nlng looks that mark his humble path, , The Plebeian's Revenge—The Desperate Double Duel. The old lady lay back in her chair, her eyes half closed, and one hand resting on the arm of the ohair, the other holding her glasses. The oat was above, purring aa usual, and clewing up her great, soft paws into balls, w...

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. — 17 January 1860

1 H E P ENNY.PEES S . IrseMlahed daily, ( Bndar eaeeilad,) by .". t FBAli CISCO CAlDWEll, . fbopbijptobb. , , sties no. u wast vssata-ltisis. TAB PIHST FUBSta delivered torcbeorlbtr la (Jlnolanatl. porlngto and Nswport, end ur roandlng elMtf and towns, it the ei k relrlowfrtoof ? a BIX C1HT8 A VXXK, PAT1BL1 TO OABBIU. raicasor suruse: Btr,gl0"pl to.J I month too.; I monthatU I yea . AMUSEMENTS. W O O D ' S TH E ATE R. eoaaiea sixti UDVisia-rrasM. ,. ioni A. Clulu, J a. -Bo Is hft ud Manager, Second nigh of Cincinnati'! favorite, Miss Eliza Logan. Remember, this U tb lut engagement ih no i plsy In tbi city. . THIS IVEMNQ, Janoary 17, will be presented th celebrated live-act pjay of THE HUNCHBACK, i r J Blltninnmniww MiMMaMlsi Eliae Itogan Helen ..... Mr. Illiler Master Wltan........a....ImM...M.Mma.tfr. Lansdon Mir Tnomaa Clifford ... ..Mr. Bead Master Modal ..........h...,.,,..,,......,.,.,, .,.Mr. Hall Master Wilford..,. mm.w.llr. Lord Fathom ..-. -...Mr. Illilar Dance.-.... .........

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. — 17 January 1860

THE PRESS. All )Y W. FBANOISOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL, BDiTons in noninou, TUB40AY. JANUARY If THE DAILY PENNY PRESS--REDUCTION IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. . 1 ; j 111 (J : ' j ( i . i", la order - to neet the often expressed wLses of ear friends la the eenatry, who desire to be famished with a. Cheaa Dally Paper, we hare redaeed the price of oar sabserlptlon from tear to three dollari per year, payable la all cum la advance. For aay less period thaa one rear oar terms will fee at the old rate of four dollars. Three dollar barely oafflee to pay for the blank paper we aeo la printing li, yet we are determlaed to lre the eoantry mer chant, as well aa ear city patrons, the cheapest aod best paper orer published la tho Qseea City. The Press tarnishes the same Markets and Telegraph reports siren by ear larger cetemporariee, with a greater variety of geaeral and mlsoellaneoaa rend In. ,' ' "'" ' Cassius M. Clay. CaiBlu M. CIj tl now la this city. Be ii spokon of u t candidate for Vice-Presid...

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. — 17 January 1860

88H WANTED. WANTED Famllis. wentog.gbod Girls for homework can be supplied ' Mrs. WAR. NIB'S Employment OffloV,o. gl Hftej-etret, W-". tweeo Western-n.w and John.. Alio girl that Some wall rooommspdsd am wanted. . ja!7b w ANTBD A GOOD COOK-One who thorooshlr understands her bniinaa. a at Bo. til Fifth-street, near Plnra. , Jal7b WANTED TO BENT A a until Lodg log Boom at a cheap not. If plainly far pished, prjfjrrad. Addraai 0. care of Box 2.011, Cincinnati Poetofflce. JalTb ANTED A PROTESTANT GIRL To do general homework. Apply at No. ISO roamore-stroet' betwscn fourth aadlitth. jal7b WANTED A competent Cook, to whom , food wages will be given. Abo a competent Laondreea. Apply t Ho. 2A3 Walnut-street, above BUlh. ,. ,. al7b YtTANTED A competent man to tolloit w orders for a new lllnatrated work In eon ran I f publication. A anltable applicant can maka from to u per day. . (Jail at o. 11 Waet ourtu-etreet, om Mo. T, np italra. Jal7d w ANTED TO RENT By a prompt ing Are rooms and kitche...

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. — 17 January 1860

THEPBE88 TUESDAY.. .JANUARY 1? [From the Ohio State Journal.] A REMINISCENCE OF THE RAIN. BY MABLE ST. CLAIR. Our dark tronwa sweeping the window pane, Looked w oat at th summer rain, Pattering down on th atony atreet Like the hurried tread of impatient feet, Dropping do wn from tha mossy eaves, Bathing tha velvet creeper leaf ee. Bor snowy arm wu around me thrown. And her silvery voloe, in a low tweet tune, iota me now for years nan lain The loied of har heart, where the tutumer rain, Wu tWH nn In tha llllv belli Like unshed tear in Ibelr secret well. . Lillie that blossomed and withered, too, .. O'er the truest heart her girl-hood knew. Teara liece bare gone, and all alone I watch by the window. Iler low aweet tuna Is hushed. One golden Autumn day , They parted the tangled vines away And struck the apnde is the grassy aon, But sut the harp at the throne ofGod. ; . Sometimes in joy I quite forget Her ringing laugh and onrla of jet. Hut when tne rain couioa down a now, ' W ith a aad...

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. — 18 January 1860

1HB PENNY PEES S ' I rsblif Mi daily, ( Baadart "!,) br ' VBAXCUCO CAftDfTEU, ' , PB0PB1MOB. If IOI 10. 14 Wilt Ittll IT1I1T. TBI PKDKI PBIflSIs deUveredtosirorlbers la UUMiwMtl.OotDttonMidHnrfort, udrar- -rotmdlnf dtta and towns, at tta x .: tremely low price of , BIX Mini A WIU, PATABLl TO OABBIIB. raiessor suimm: 1 . Blut la copies k.t 1 month Me.; I months! 1; 1 year H. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. ' OOBHKB UXTH AH& TUffl-frUITCl7. ' " . i Joai A. Hum, J a.,,. .Bole Lama ana Imhw, Lastnlfhtsof . .l i MIu Ellia Logan, The graateet AotreM of the present day, who. after thin engagement, bldi farewell to ttae Oinolnnell tag. THI8 SVKNINO, Jaonarr 18, will be presented the beautiful five-act p lay called THE LADY Of LYONS. Pauline... .., Mi Loean. Claude Meluotte. ..,,,.,, .,,,, Jlr, Langdon. Mona. B0aoaeanl...M...M.MMM.HM..MM.. Mr. Hall. Colonel DumM..MM.M..MMMMH..MiMMmM....Hr. Bllsler. Mona Gl tTilHHiMM.H... .ih.hw h... Mr, Brad, Had. Dccbapellei.,..................Mr. Gilbert. ...

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. — 18 January 1860

THE PBEBS. AhUW. rBAHOliooi JOHH D.OALDWBLL. DITOUAKDriOrUITOU. . . . WKDNKHDV- .JANUARY IS THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. - la order ts meet Ike often expressed wlihee of oar frleads la the eonntrr who desire to ho faralshed with a Cheap Dally fapei-i we hare redaeed the prlna of our abeerlptloa from lour to three dollar per rear, parable ia all eaaea In adrance. For any leea period than one rear ear terms will be at the old rate of fear dollar. Three dollars barely eafflee to par for tho blank paper we uss In prlnttogr it. yet we are determined to We the country mer chants, as well as ear city lmtrons, the cheapest and best paper ever published In the Queen City. The Press furnishes tho same .'lark Ms and Telegraph report srlveu by oar larcer co temporaries, with a create r variety of general and miscellaneous read- D. . The False Economy of the State. There team to b a chronic disease of economy In the General Aaaembly of Ohio, whioh, for years, b...

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. — 18 January 1860

WANTED. "WANTS," "0 8AM." "TO LET," LOST," "rODHD,"o.,lathUoolnmn, esxnpylnf live Una or lets, two Iniwtioitf.twenty-nvt oents. ANTBDA BITUATION-A Porter In store, to take care of horses, or to any other capacity, by a young mm. la willing to make t lmself generally useful. Baa no obieotiona to go to tne country. Addreaa B. P., tela office. jalb WANTED SITUATION-Al Cook. Good reference given. Inquire, at Mra. Werner's Employment Office, SOS Fifth-street, be tweon Weatern-row and John. . Jal8b WANTED -A Cook to go to the eoonrj, a short distance from the oily. Oall at 838 Third-street, a few doora below Smith. jall WANTED Familial wanting good Glrlg for homework can be supplied at Mra. W AB NEB'8 Employment Office. No. M Flfth-street, be tween Wee tern-row and John. Alao girls that coma well recommended are wanted. jal7b w ANTED A GOOD COOK-Ono who thoronffhlv nnd.ratan.da her bnainea. Annlv at So. 821 Fifth-street, near Plnm. JalTb W1 r ANTED TO KENT A a Email Lodg Inat Boom . at a ...

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. — 18 January 1860

THE PRE S S WEDNESDAY i JANUARY 18 "NOTHING BUT LEAVES." Nnlhlngbnt leav-j; the spirit grieves Ovsr a wasted life; Bin oooimitted while condolence slept; PromifM made but never kept; ' Hatred, battle and strife; . ; i Kotuing but leaves I Nothing bat lsaves; no gsrnered sheaves Dl'life1! fair ripening grain; Worts, idle words, for earnest deeds; We sow oar teed lo I tareaaud weeds; We reap with toil and pain , , , Uotblng but leaves. ' ' " Nothing; bnt leaves; memory weaves .. No vatl to acreen the put; As ws trace onr wear? way, Counting each lost and misspent day, Wsilud sadly at last, nothing but leaves. And we shall meet the Matter to, Hearing our withered leaves 1 The Bavlonr looks for porfeet fruit V e stand before Him humble, mute; Waiting the word he breathes nothing bnt leaves. - Tim Changes of, England in Eighty Years. Leisure is gone gone where the spinning-wheels are gone, and the pack horses, and the Blow wagons, and the ped dler who brought bargains to the door on sunn...

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