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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 19 January 1860

1HE PENNY PRESS If FabUsbed daflr, (BuWi exMftad,) br FRANCISCO CAIiDWEIiIi, VBOPSUTOBS. fvios-b'o. M wilt rogiiMfiiit, TBI P1HBT FBISB Is delivered tc rubeoriber la UlnoUaati, Oorington end tUwaort, ul aor romdluR clUae aad towns, UUuu tnnljk)Wfrloo( six onrn a wuk, fatablr to oabbub. raieseeF ruuumi Bug I ooles to.; I month too.. 1 month fit 1 Fer $4, AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER, ' ooaaaa iizth aonM-mim. ion A. Kliau, Jr.-Bq1 Leasee ul ltaaactr. fourth slf tat of MlM EllM iMgun, Th greatest Aotrea of the present day, who, after thlf engagement, bid farewell to th Cincinnati tag. THIS XTXHINO. Juurr U.Will be presented tho oelbrated plev of LOVE'S SACKIFIC?. -Mtrfrmt Blmor....... ..... Mis Logan. Matoew HnoiiUnaHBi..lwaJlr. Lancdon. Pftlll LlfOBtHHNMmMHltMHlIMNIIMHNIIIMHr,HRll Hrmtnlo...... ....... .............Mi-. Kllsler. To oonelad with i ' i PO OA-HON-TAS: ' OB, THB GKNTIK MAIDEN. Captain John Smith .,,Mr. Hll. Lieutenant Brown. ,. ...Mr. Lord. Uynber Belff w....Wr. Adams. Pow-...

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. — 19 January 1860

T H!E PBESS IjAWnAKY 19 THURSDAY l The Library Tax. W bae received as a communioation quite a scathing production on the proposed sus pension of the law allowiog one-tenth of a mill to be expended for Common School Libraries. Our ipaoe will not allow of Ita in lertion. The General Assembly have a strange sense of saying money by holdlog in suspense and refusing to repeal this law. The Breckinridges of Kentucky. A lengthy letter froni the conservative to the radical Breoltinridge, which we publish on the first page, brings their family name at this time quite prominently before the people. Robert Jefferson Breokinridge, D. D., L L. D., the author of the letter above adverted to, was born at Cabell's Dale, Ky. Rev. John and John 0. were sons of Hon. John Breck inridge, reputed author of the celebrated Ken tucky resolutions of 1798 the real author was Thos. Jefferson, of Virginiain whose cabinet John Breokinridge was Attorney General. Dr. Robert J. B. was educated for the bar, and was ...

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. — 19 January 1860

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB BALI," "TO LIT," "LOBT," ''"OUND,"o,ln thiscolttmn, occupying Ave line or lMs.twOtnsertlons.ta'eiity-nvsoenta. ., "VSTANTED A PARTNER A business T v requiring th assistance of sn active man; Baying a Urn inoome. f .1011 oanb will purchase ou. heir Interest. Apply to HALE 4 U()., 128 Walnut itreet. i j!9b WANTED A SITUATION Aa Porter In a itore, to take car of horses, or In any other eapaolty, by a young man. Ii willing to make h Imself generally useful. Uaa no objections to go to the country. Address B. P., tble oMce. jamb WANTED SITUATION-A Cook, flood reference! given. Inquire at lira. 'Warner's Employment Office, 308 Fifth-street, be tween Western-row and John. j18l WANTED A Cook to go to the eonnry, a abort dlatanee from the oily. Call at 826 Third-street, a few doori below Bsaith. jal8b WANTED A oompetant man to loltoit ordera for a new illustrated work In oonrae of publication. A suitable applicant can make from 13 to $5 per day. Call at Io. 13 West Fourt...

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. — 19 January 1860

TJEIE PRESS THURSDAY. ...JANUARY Id 1 j Powers's Studio and Statues. The New York Independent of last week has the annexed letter from a gen tleman now sojourning in Florenoe: We went first to the studio of Powers. Found it in the Via della Fornaoe. We rune, and were admitted direotly to the studio- In a few moments Mr. Powers made his appearance. He received us very kindly, and expressed his pleasure in seeing visitors, particularly' his own countrymen. In conversation, he is both oommunioative and interesting, although not particularly fluent. In the course of his critioisms and remarks, he mentioned some reasons why Florence might be pre ferred to Borne as the residence of an artist, especially a student. It is a health' ier place. Living is oheaper. The mod els are as good, and much easier of acoess, than in Rome. He is an older man than I had supposed. Twenty eight years, I believe, he has lived in Florenoe. Hopes' to spend his last days in Amer ica. , He conducted as through t...

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. — 20 January 1860

1 H EL? ENNY PRBflB ' ITfatllifcH uaiSj.Barjdaya eaeeptod.,) b; , FRANCISCO CAIiDWEf.tl, rBOPtilTOBfi.- " rrioa bo. it wnt rov tra-tvaBBT. l'BJ IJUIMI PBBbVSIs deltv.redtoeuberiber, Isr Ma.oiun.ti, Covington and Newport, and nr. roendlng ettiee and towns, at tat a " tremely low prloe of BH 01HTB A WI1K, FATABL1 TO CABBIM. raicae oi maiuisi ' lnsltoopteeto.l l month too.) I monthfI l year It AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER, ooaaia hxvh abb vibb-stbbsts. " Joan A. Hmtsa, Ja.. .. .Bole Lease ynd Manager. Benefit of Mlaa Eliza Igan, On which occasion ahe will appear In two of bar . : now favorite onareoters. THIS IVINISO, January M.WU1 be presented mo larome piar ui XHB STRANGER. Mr. Haller...,. Tbe Stranger, MM.M.MMAiai ansa liOaftn Mr Langaon eteintorc , -..Mr. Hann Ola Solomon Francis....... Oharlotta nr. Klliler ...nr. Head Miss Fanny Den ham To oonclude with - .:i . THB HONEYMOON. Juliana .....................M1m Illia Loaan Dnke Ara,DEa,,.(..,M.,.,,,,M,,..,.,.M,,,,..tM,..H.Mrl Lengdon ...

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. — 20 January 1860

THE PRESS. Ah OT W. FBANCISOO. JOHN It. OALDWKLL. nnoM un fioniiWM. FRIDAY.. ..JANUARY iiO THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION IN PRICK TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. '. la order te meet the ofteu exuresxed wishes car trieada la tbe eonntry, who desire to ba tarnished with a t'hena. Dally Paper, we hare redaeed Ike arise of oar eabaerlutlea from (oar to three dollar par fear, arable la all eaaca la advance. For any leaa period taaa oao year ear term will be at the old rate of four dollars. Three dollars barely aaffloe to pay for the blaak paper we aaa la prlntto it, yet we are determined to aire the eoantry mer chants) aa well aa ear olty yatrone, the vbeapeet and beat paper ever published In the Queen City. The Preaa furnlahea the same itlarkota and Telecraph reporta alven by oar larger eotemporarlee, with a create i variety of ceaeral and aalaeellaneonaread Ins. ' President Jackson's Farewell Address. General Jaokion, following the example el Washington, at hit retiring from tbe Pres' denoy, ...

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. — 20 January 1860

V WANTED. "WAHT8," "FOB BALI," "to h" "LOBT," "r00HB,"to.;in thlsoeloWi, CcWUg Hv lines erless,twoinsertioBa,twenlr-aveoents, A N TB D-.IKMEJDI4TJSI.Y-Qm or .nor Agents, well qoaliaed to 's)h nv th city nf Cincinnati and vicinity, a useful article, which Ie wanted, more or less, In every family. Preference givra to Atwe t betVVbeen In "hi .abit of canvassing and vending small articles. Fifty per cent, will bo given for allsales. A perm nut and steady business will b given to themost SfJTJ-. T.he ?' Tt inoreaee In de 2! H i .i iTf eever wotr ont. Diligent yong men have (old to tha amount of from 6 to 110 lviwi AMllcnt mayeellat the Gibson Home m end Saturday, betirnn the boon of i A. M. and 4 P. M. Ja20b WANTBD-BIOHT OIlr-A man with j, . email family, to work on a farm ahort distance a the eoantry; alio a mart boy to attend srocery, who speaks German, and A good oook, washer and Ironer. Thto the plaoeto ctnliabla be lp, male or female, for city or oomitry, at a mo oient'i notice. Ter...

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. — 20 January 1860

T ET IS PEES 8 FRIDAY- .JAN DA II Y !iO THE ABSENT ONE AT CHURCH. At church once mon, Toward bar Mat I tarn m; era la tear: No need tbli flutter of the heart Be oalm-she Is not here. Oh, blank despair I How can I pray ? The virgin doe not come. To take thy poor petition np, And bear it to in tbrone. I hear the preacher read and pray, I hear the ohoir sing: Mr worahip if the hand that eweepi The harp without a airing. No priestess here before the sarins, I bear my gift away, For on the altar of mr heart, No Incenie barni to-day. Fate of the Mysterious Beauty. To portray upon ivory the features whioh will probably grow blaok in tho dust lone before even his fragile tints have faded to give to those who are parting with the one nearest and dearest to their hearts, some shadow of their visible presenoe this in the task of the Painter. , Many have been the' glad, and many the sorrowful occasions upon whioh my penoil has been summoned; one or two of the soenes it is my purpose to lay befo...

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. — 21 January 1860

IHE PENNY PRESS la pakliabed dally, (Bandar eneepted,, ht frBAXCIBCO CAX.DWEI.ft, , ; psdraimoBa. ' , If 101 . It HIT lOIITMTIIIt. TBI FISH PBIBStt aeliveredtobtorlben U Cincinnati, OorlngtoB and Newport, andsnr- loandinc dues ud towns, at tht M ,' i i treacly low prlo of BIX Cum A WMK, PAIABLB TO OABBIBB. mom o saiujiw BlBlootMlo. lmonUMo.il sum Uu 11; lfMiti. AHUSEMENTS. Wnnil'H TW is ATER. :-r. onu nxn urn ninturi. fans A. 1mm, J a.,., -Sole Lwm end Manager. '"' Hut Elba Logan la her Intents and fearfcl presentation of . "iiMnuistqu," ' THIS ITIHIIO, January ,wUl be presented tht thrilling drm ualled LUCRETIA BOBQUl . Oa, Tbi Pouvobbb. lucretta BorfI..-..M......,...,.MUi Ills Logan Gennaro.............,......................M. Lengaon AlfOD0tHtM,llMttMMtMMtMl,tUr. ilAQD rluoass Amelia.. MM MM Mt inOMII lltllllM IIHI MIm Iverltt . Cno4..,.,......,.Hm.....H,Mm Kate Ptaaorer, lo soaoioM with , ' ! . : . , POOA-HON-TABl . 01. THB 01MTI.I MAIDM. Captain Jobs lalth.... . Jit, Hall. Lle...

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. — 21 January 1860

THE EEESS. Ah W W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. OALDWELl. miTOaS AMB FaOPBUTOBS. ... . BATCBDAY. .JANUAKY 21 THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. la order to meat the often expressed wlshee af ear trlende la the coaniry, who deelre te fee famished with a Cheap Daily Paper we hare redaeed the trio of our aaheorlptlea from tear te three dollars per yean parahle la all eaaea la adrance. Por stay leae period thaa eae rear ear tense will be at the aid rata of foar dollars. Three dollar barely eaffloe to pay for the hlaak paper we aie la prlnttap; It, yet we are determined to re the eoantry mer ehaataf aa well ai ear olty patrons, the eheapeat aad heat paper erer pnbllahed la the Qaeea City. The Proea furnishes the eaaie Markets aad Telegraph report! circa fey oar laraer eoteaiporarleai with a areater yarlety ofaeaeral aad aslacellaaeoat read-U. No Speaker. The United State Hoot of RepreeentatiTes bar spent another day without balloting for Speaker. Poor Richard's Almanac...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 21 January 1860

$ WAHT8,H "JrO AL1," "TO UT," "LOUT," VlWBB,1ft4.,totMiOOlinil, occupying 8 vs HDW or le,twotasTtloTi,twent7-nveoeBt.: ...... WANTKD-A OIRL-To. do homework Bo. 1H WMt Sixth-street, Cincinnati. WANTED A SITTJATION-Br iuM-die-aged woman, a Nnre. Ba had consid erable experUue. Oooa reference given. Apply t Mo. IS George-street, between Plum and Western "w. j JMb WANTED PURCHASERS For 40,000 . two-year-old Grape Plant, at ton oents wusli for orders of nfty alants ud upward. Orders should MHntlo Immediately. Letter containing money ahould b mliltnd. AddrMt MENDAL BHOf EB, Box 1,137, Clpolaattl, Ohio. ja21b WANTED A BOY Eighteen or twenty rem old, to watt on table end do other work boot a boarding-house. Apply t Hoi. U ud 17 Lodge-street, betweeo fifth ud With end Walnut andVln. Ja2tb WANTED A GERMAN GIRL-To do the work of small family hoaiehold one that can oom well reoommnded preferred. Apply, between 10 end I o'elook, at Mo. 78 WMt Thtrd-itreet, vp Mire, or t No. 11 Observatory .roed, ...

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. — 21 January 1860

PRESS tATCRDA Y .JANUARY ill HYMN TO A SYMPATHETIC SPIRIT. BY DINAH MULOCK. What spirit Is It that doth pervade Theailenoe or this empty room? And sj I lift my trot, what shade Glides off and vanishes in gloom? I oould believe this moment gene, A known form DU'd that vacant chair, . That those kind eyes npon me shone, I Dim ihail see anywhere! The living are so far away: Bat thou-tbou hwh) stTengsly Mrl Xnow'tt all my silent heart would say, i pain, m nope, lis rear. And from thr oalm supernal bight, And wondrous wladom nswly won, ' BmllMt on all ear pour dtllght, And patty wot beneath tha inn. W- From a 1 thlt ooil thon hart illpp'd away, Aa softly u a clond departs Along tha hlll-stds purple gray , Into tha heaven of patient heart. Votnlng her suhV'd, Both la a mlsa'd. ' Will ever stir from It repose The deatb-smlls on her Hp unklsa'd, Who all thlngi Iotoi and all thing! knowi. And I, who, Ignorant and weak, Of lore eo helpless quick to pain, With restless longing ever etiek The u...

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. — 23 January 1860

1 HE PENNY PBESS U labUshed dally, (Bundr Moeated,) fey 'aTBAXCISCO CALDWELl, rsoFBiaroBa. TBI riMT FBKBBIi delivered to snbaorUwrs la " Cincinnati, Oovlnson and Bawport, andsur. -rounding ol tic and towni, at th ex. tromely low price of BIX 08X8 A WIBK, PATABLB TO 0ABBUB. raicu or iiiu.ua: BlaiU oo1m o. 1 mon th Mo.; 1 month! fl 1 1 . AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. ," 0OIH1B IIXTH AMD Vlll-STBSrr. Jon A. Sixsua, J H-eXetMOMd Manager. Tbe teat aix night of r. - Mlsa Eliza Logan's i FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT. THIS KVKNINO, January !3. will be presented Shakepear' grat flve-act pity culled ROMEO AND JULIET. .Toilet...............,.. ...... Miss Eliza Logan Borneo.....,............ .....................Ur. Langaoa Moictitlo.MM..,.M.. ....M.M.....t....Hr. Bead TrbHltM.MMM..M.M....MM.MIMM..t..MM..MN.....&lr. LOn) Nnrse.... Hrt. Gilbert To conclude with tba grout and magnificent Ori ental Spectacle called ALADDIN j On, Tub Wonmmuii Lamp. Aladdin .........Miss Effle Ellsler Kaarao (the dumb lve...

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. — 23 January 1860

THE PRESS. AIOY W. FBANUISOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL. ITOUAWnOFSItTOlS. . MONDAY.. ..JANUARY Chivalry Wanted—The Wager of Battle. Those gentlemen who are oocnpying sofas lo gorgeous lull In th Capital of the Nation which proclaims itself the freest on earth talk too much. There are often some craven spirits who get into ball play-grounds where the game of "shinny" Is going on. Booh we have ever fonnd to be ill-adapted to the plbce. This leads as to observe that the true policy for those who don't relish licks on their shins is not to play shinny. Some fifty members of Congress allowed themselves to be trepanned into an nnwise indorsement of an electioneer ing pamphlet whioh was gotten np and desigfiad to be nsad to diminish the suooess In the ap proaching oanvass of the Presidential candi date to be snpportod by voters of the Southern States. They took a prominent very exposod position In the game of political shinny. Thoy play this spirited game on loth lidc; and each one should shinny 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. — 23 January 1860

WANTED. 'VkWt8,n-W0 BALI," "TO LB,M)HT,, "FOUND," Ac, In tblioolnmn, oceitpylni live 11dm or lees, two insertions, twenty-Ove oents. ANTED GIRL To do homework Is astmillftMhlly. She mast ha a food waaher anil lroner, and competent to do plain cooking Apply at bona; west (Ida of Honmonth-street, fifth door loiUh of Maro-atrent, Newport. Ky. ja23b WANTED SITUATIONS By an En gllahman and kiswil'e without encumbrance; woman to do cooking or cbamber-work; man u coachman. He wall understand, the care of horses; handy at almost anything: uo objection to country: good reference. Address X.U. X., Praia Office, fja23a WANTED SITUATIONS By two glrli, , aalaundreia and chamberrnaM In a private family. Tho verybeat of reference can be had. Call at airs. Warner's Employment Office, SOSiFlfth-strAet, between Weatern-row and John. fjayab" WANTED A GIRL To do homework , ...A,tt0r distance In the country. Apply at Ho, 2H West HUth-atreet, Oinciuiijytl. jailb' WANTED A 8ITUATI0N-By amid-die-aged woman...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 23 January 1860

THE PRESS MONDAY. ...JANUARY as THE SECRET. Id fair lady's beart once a secret was lurking, , II toss',1 and it tumbled, it long'd to act out! ' The lips half betrayed it by smiliniiaua smlrklug, J'lie tousiis was impatient tu blub it, no doubt. Hut honor looked gruff on tbe mt'iect, and gave it lu charge of Ibo teeth ao enchautingly white; Bhonld the captive attempt an elopement, to save It, lly giviug the lipjaii aauionisninti bite. Twas saiil, and 'twas settled, ami honor departed; To no lie quivered aud trolublod, but dared uot rebel, When right tolls tip, Secret suddenly started; And, half in a whisper, escaped from his cull. Quoth the trelh. in a pet we'll be even fur this, Aud they bit very smartly above and beneath, But tbe lips at that instant wore bribed with a kin. And the popped oat the Secret In spite of the teutb. A Xbvt Artificial Liqut in England. An improved form of tho lime light originally experimented upon by. Captain Drumraoud, some years ainoe, was shown j Sir ...

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. — 24 January 1860

1HE. PENNY PRESS It ptbllshsd daily, ( Sondayl excepted,) by ' VBANCISCO CAIJJWEX., vbopbihobb. inh-it, H rovBTi-itiiir. TBI PBHHY PBitSSIs delivered to lubecribers U Ulnolnaatl, Oonngton ud Newport, tod tax. , , rounding oUle ud to wcj, at the ex- : j iremelrlowprlcof y. biz nam vine, patabli to oabbikb, ' VBIOBSOf MAILOISI BIbiU eoples te.j l moot Mo.; I saoaths tl 1 rear It AMUSEMENTS. WO O D ' S TH EATER. " ocbbbb inn ABDTMi-tTBirri. Jobs A. Jlulib, jB....Bole Losses and IUbmwt. The last six nights of " Mill Eliza Logan's FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT. THIS KVINIHQ. January 24, will be presented the celebrated tragedy of PIZARROf " Oil Tbi Dbath or Boi.r.i. Elvira....................... ....... Hiss Kllaa Logan Mr. Langdon J'lzarro.. .................. SS t S , t etts M Mr, flann A10U0eetteMtttWll(essteMItlBttMesaesttStMSataltf KflU Cora. . M rg. Kllsler To oocclude with the great and magnlticent Ori ental Spectacle called ALADDIN ; Ob, Tnc WoNsitt ui, I, a up. ' Aladdin Jliis Effle Ellsl...

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. — 24 January 1860

THE PRESS. AK9YW.FBAN0ISC0. JOHH D. CALDWELL. BDITOM AND fBOrBIITOB. TUESDAY HWHIMMM JANUARY 81 Presidential. It U whlspsred among the knowing ones that the Ex-Hon. William S. QroesbeoB, of Ibis oity, will he a prominent oandldate be fore the Charleston Conrentioa for the Freii danoy, and, In the event of the Little Giant going by the board, hit frtendi claim that be will be the mot available man In the ranks. In the words of the ereT-memorahle Pap Tay lar, "So we go." Western Interests. It would be well if. the Congressmen of Indiana, Ke.nto.oky, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Tennessee could be in attendanoe here and at Louisville with the Elate authorities now clustering at that point Something practical outside of the negro question night he im pressed upon them. The importance of our river commerce, and the need of Improved n ivigation around the Falls of the Ohio, would be made manifest. They would be potted np upon the matters of substantial Interest of the West, and of the value 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. — 24 January 1860

WANTED. "WAHTB," "IOB BALS," "TO LT,""llOBT1 'rOU,"Ao.,inthliooInmii, cecaprliig ate line er less, two Insertions, twentr-nre sea ta. . WANTED Xo nil tome Mining Stocki for euab. Call at the Walnnt-etreet House, between J and 8 P, ; A good Inducement will be offered for cash. usb N. I. GLOVKB. WANTED A BITCATION-By Girl to do general homework, in private fsm lly. Apply at Mo. 239 rJixlh-.treet, betVee" Plum and Wee tern-row. JaMb ANTED A 6ITTATI0N By a Boy 16 years of age, to work in a store and make ? wen,Jilf 21u1' .BeBt tlt tnce given. Apply at Mo. 239 Sixth-street, between Plum and Western-row. laaih VKTANTED Two Girli to baste on laditi' . . " ,or "menine. at Ho. W Clin-ton-atrset. iaaih WANIED-To rent a mU Howe or Cottage, containing three to hve room, by a IM)JPro.mtion"nt "Itbont children. Address HOWE, this offlee. . ja34b WANTED A SITUATION by a young loan who wlihes to. atudy for the ministry, ?"eexton In Ibis city. Infoitnation can be had at thlg offlce. ja34b WANTED-Cle...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 24 January 1860

THE PRESS, TUKMDAY.. , JANUARY 34 MY OTHER SOUL. Mine to the core of the heart, my fceauly! Mine llmine,audforlove,notduty; , Love given willingly, full and free. Love for love's take, H I lore thee. Duty, a servant, koeps the key. But Lore, the master, goes ia anil out Of bis goodly chambers with song and shout, Constant and happy merry and free! ... . Mine, from tbs dear head'acrown. brown-golden, To tha allien foot that'a soarc boholdenl 1 ive a warm hand to a friend a smile, Like a geuerons lady, now and awhile; Bnt the aanctnary heart that none dart will, Keep holiest of holleet evermore The crowd in the aialoa mar watch the door, The high prleat only en ten In. Mine, mr own without doubts or terrors; ' ' With all thy goodnesses, all thy orrora, 1 ii to me and to me alone revealed, "A firing nnt up, a fountain tealed." many may praise thee praiaeminoand thine. Many may love tliee I'll love them, too; llutthy beartof hearts, pure.falthful and true, Must he mine mine wholly-forev...

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