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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 25 January 1860

1HE PENNY FBES8 II HIVlh4 (UUr, Cauda exosptsd,, by VBAXCI8CO CA1DWE11, '. norsiacoBS. ; lffIOI"IOi M Wilt IOVBVIaITBIIfi TBI ttxni PKISflli delivered to subscribers In Ulnolnnatl, Oovln(ton Mid Newport, and eur. I rosndlnl cities and town), at tha ex.. r: 1 - tremelr low price of BIX 0RHT8 A WI1K, FAYABLI TO OASBUB. nmw MAiuiia: . Blnfl oop he te. I month tOo.s I mouths 1 1 rees li. AMUSEMENTS. W O OD f S Til EATER, 1 eosum IIZIH AMD YIRB-STBBBTS, Jobr A. liinn, J ,..... Jola bww and Bteaator. The but six nights of Mist Eliza Koean'i FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT. TBI8 KVKMNQ, January 23, wUl be presented th celebrated play cf a vK INGOMAR. Farthenie....M. ..........."MIs'lGll's Logan lDgomAr.MtittMitiMMMMMtAr. Lansuon rolydor.................... .,..............Mr. Dnnn TitnfcTi-h . . Mr. Bead Acteh.. .--.--.-.-'...--..."Mrs Gilbert To conclude with tha areas and magnificent Ori ental Spectacle called , iVi''" ALADDIN J . ' y 'i 2 ' ? Oe, Till WoHDiBTDb Lamp. ' Aladdin ....... ................

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. — 25 January 1860

THE PRESS. AJt3YW."BAN01BOO. JOHN . 0AU)W1.LL. nnouinnoiuiNM. .. ." tVKDNKSOAY. ....JANUARY 33 The Robert Burns Day. The heart of the people Is and ever has been with the poet of the people. Buret was such poet, not for one day, hut for all timo. 1I was not a royal poet laureate, bat he has re eeived the laurel and the royal favor of thi joyful hearted kings of the land, the honest, right-minded people. .We hate a recurrence to-day of another an nlrereary of his birth, the first one of the second century ef its memoriul. As native, of the land of Burni, Sootohmen meet around tbo featal board, warming their memories with tho inspiring draught, but warming the heart with songs- and sentiments of Bans, witL whom ell the world are kin. Americans in sympathy cordially embrace the opportunity of partaking in the social joy and fraternity of thece occasions. No place in America hit a more true hearted band of Scotchmen to honor Burna's memory than Cincinnati. Tht Burns Olub of the Qttoen C...

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. — 25 January 1860

WANTED. "WAVnTB," "FOB BALI." "TO I.tfr.""LOBT," nJrOOND,"o.,ln tbisoolumn, oeMpylnflre lliiss orhas,twoi.Qsrtlona,twenty-flvoonts. ANTED SITUATION A Coot wo fire the belt of reference. Cull at Mrsj Warner's Employment Office, 808 Fifth-Street, be tween Weetorn-row and John. j23b WANTED BOY A boy to make him self generally nuful. Apply in the after noon at the Daguerrean Gallery, 8. W. oorner of Ninth and Main-streets, jaltb WANTED TO DRUGOISTS Emploj ment wanted by an experienced and compe tent drug clerk. Good reference. Addreea B. 0. P., care Box 1718, Cincinnati Poetofflce. ja2Sb WANTED SITUATION A boy of eighteen years wlihei situation in a dry Koods, grocery, or other alore where he can learn the uetness.and make himself generally ueelul. Ad. drew J. fllAOEI.oaro Penny Press. Ja2Sb WANTED SITUATION Ai Assistant Book-keeper, Intry or Shipping Clerk, or ai Copyist. Beat of city references given. Address J. C, B,,atlhls office. jasb WANTED A boy tbat bM bad tome , . perlence as 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. — 25 January 1860

THE PRESS. WEDNESDAY. ..JANUARY 35 A BRACE OF SONNETS TO AMERICA. Theae lonneta, bjr the young English poet Lindlov Doboll, ihow great good feeling for this country, and oonsiderable poolio merit: ' lien say, Columbia, we (hull her thy guns; .,, nut in what tongue shall be thr battle-cry? , Mot that our sires did lore in years gone by, When all tlie Pilgrim Fathers were little son, , In inerrle homes or Knglaodel Hack and see Tli j satchelcd anceatorl Behold, he rum Ti mine, and cIhh id, they tread the equal Ion To tlio aaoie village school, wheTeside by side ' Tlioy spi-ll "Our Father." Hard-by tbe twiu-prlde 01 that grey hall whoae ancient oriel gleams Thro' yon baronial pine with looks of light Our sinter mothers ait beneath one treo. Meanwhile one Bhakspoare wanders past and dreams His Helena and Heriuiab. Shall wo light Nor force nor fraud shall sunder usl Oh ye " Who, North or bonlli, ou Kast or Western land, Nn'ivo to uoblo sounds, say tenth for truth, Freedom for lreed iin, ...

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. — 26 January 1860

1ISJ3 PENNY PRESS is wablbk dally, ( Bandars atqtoU k PIOFUKOM. f !-. U Wilt r OBIf Ml"". IB rilll r BBSS to llvrd to lubsorllwn la UtudwuOorinctoBtalBswjart, andsar swadlnf dUsa end towns, et the u 1 trcmelf lovyrtotof IX V SRB A, WBBX, PATABL1 TO O&BBUB. In f ooylM lo.t 1 month too.; I monthi Hi 1 m? It AMUSEMENTS. 1 M 15 OOD'S THEATER. BY Ml W Bf OOBKBB SIITS BSD TIRI-flllCTI. Ion 4. Emua, Ja.,.- 8ol Lessee ant HaBetsr. last night bat two of Miss Eliza tosran's FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT. THIS BVEKIHO, Jnnrr M.wUl be preformed ths over-popular fir act-play of THE 6CB00L FOR SCANDAL. Ltd; Ten............-...-....- MlM Jilt lopi Sir PetrTnl............ ...."- Mr. Kllsltr I, bade. Hnrfao ,.m Laogdon Mra. Caodnr..........-... ..... ...Mr. EU.Ier Lady Soeerwctl..- Bri Gilbert To conduit with to rl ana magnincent on- I Ob, Tub WonBierni, Lamp. '.Aladdin,,. .....Mil Kfle Viator Knsrao (the dumb alert),.. ,,.. .,,tlr, Kinder i-Alanagar (a magician) , ,........Mr, Langdon JiPrlncaaa :.obedie...

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. — 26 January 1860

THE PRESS. Ah 31 W. FRANCISCO. JOHN 0. OALD WILL. oiTOBf amd riorainoma. THIR8DAY. ..JANUARY 36 To Correspondents. Our correspondent! In addressing ni here after, will please inclose their communications, if lent by Express, in Government envelope, as the postal refutation requires these, instead of stamps, whloh cn be OAneellsd only at the Postoffloe. The Capital of the State of Ohio. On our first page will be found some histor ical memoranda of interest, in relation to the prosperous and popular olty of Columbus, whose citizens will give a warm-hearted and full-handed weloome to-day to the distin guished visitors who honor the teat of government. The South the North—The North to the South. Inadvanoing to accept the iupremaoy of power, so far as mere numerical votes are con cerned, the North may be addressed by the South In words from Jefferson's inaugural ad dress: "Bear in mind this snored prlnolple, that though the will of the majority is, In all oases, to prevail, that will, to...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 26 January 1860

WANTED. "WAHTS," "FOB BALI." "TO HT.''IiOBT," kHrODHO,"o.,lnttilioolamn, oconpying live line r lees, two Insertions, twentr-nv cent. r ANTED Kitohen QUI, at 267 Rioh- mono-street. jawD" r ANTED Aa active, induitrlnui boy. CRAY. UKMINORAY At MUM . j26b Mo. JO Eaat Oolnmbia-atreet. RANTED SITUATION Aj Chamber ' aJd, by a ronjeetent jomg woman. Ad. I "Maria," at thU office. ja2fib iWANTED A fint-olais adwtiae- I v menu for the. Vitm Dnnntw m.Mii..i.. The Chronicle ha a large circulation in the best por- Pnhliafmr. fir la.v. nH.H Bff th. D--- i r ....; (ay. i6b y"ANTED-SITUATION-As a Cook, or r to ganeral housework, by a young woman Whs prefura a private bouts. Call at third doo uuugworia uuuaing, corner or Weatern-row ana yeerl-st.; entrance on Western-row. jaUob WANTED SITUATION Aa Cook, oan give the beat of reference. Gall at lira. Warnor'i Employment Office, 30o Fifth-street, be tween Weatern-row and John. j25b WANTED BOY-A boj to make him self erenerallr naeful. AdsIv In the after ...

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. — 26 January 1860

THE PRESS. THURSDAY.. ..JANUARY US [From Blackwood's Magazine.] PHILOSOPHIC MODERN-DAY LOVE. Ob, tell me not that distant nu Boll wide between me and my lover 1 For be, I'm sure, Is at hli ease And I'm in clovor. And don't tell me that foreign parts Will ever make mo, dear, forget him; Nor will he take to breaking hearts, Unless I let him. He writes to me by every post. And every poet taken back my answer; Be writes of "niiiffliif," sleighs anil frosts I or my dancer. So don't tell me I must mope, While bo's in Canada recruiting; Be's neither Bishop, Saint, nor Tope, And fonii of shooting. I wish yon'd write to him somo day How barfly I'm behaving; Be'd send tmck word at once to say Be thought you raving. Be likes my going to a ball, And talking German with loid Rowan; D'yon think that, out at Montreal, He flirts with no one? Ah I yon don't know him. I mmt own I've seen you Dirt, my pretty cousin; But Willy won would flirt you down, And several dozen. Don't talk such sontlmrntal stu...

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. — 27 January 1860

1HE PENNY PRESS Ia published aailr, (Sunders aaoetd,) by FBAKCI8CO GAJUOTEM, ' PBOPBIBTOBfl. rrii so. w in rouita-iTBii. TBI PI91T FBKoSis feUTCtedtosutMoribersla Cincinnati, Covington and Kewport, eaditu rounding titttt and town, at th ex- tremelr lowprloeof . . IX 0BHT8 A WISH, FAYABL1 TO OABBIXB. raiemor auuua: Single ooples lei i month Mo.; I month tit 1 rear AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. ooima sixth aid Tin-ariirn. Jon A. stasia, J ,ole fw ana Kuutt, WIIiOOME, KIMTUOKT ADO TI3NKS8EI. Mist Eliza IiOffaa'i Last night but one. THIS IVBrllHG, January S7, will b performed, for the laat time, the papular five-act slay of mi LADY OF LYONS. Panline. ....... ...Ht.Mii Ellta Logan Viands ttelnoil,.,.......,.Hr. Langaon Mom. Beanseant ..h.II. Hall Col. Dan u....m.....m ..a...Ur. JCII.ler lions. Qlavl. MMia.M hihhii a Mr. Brad - Madame Deschapelles IHHHIIUI IIMWMI . Mr. Gilbert ; Widow MelD(ille...........,....,......MlM Irving After which Mis. Logan will rclta " Martlmonlal Squabbles," alwa...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 27 January 1860

THE PRESS. AM 31 W. FBAH0I8O0.- JOHN I. CALDWELL. IDITOaJ km riOPBIITOM. FRIDAY.. JANUARY 3 The Queen City—Her Guests are Welcome. ' . . , It will b gratifying to the substantial eit- Item of Clnolnnali If the offioial repseienta- tires of neighboring States, in their itay in oar city oan obtain right views of the char- aoter and oapaoitj of the commercial and mapataoturlng capital of Ohio. Cincinnati U accomplished in the ikill of handioraft, and, to do justice to the merits of ear me . chanios and manufacturers, we would be glad if half boon from festivity could be given to inspect work-shop, machino-ahops, and fonn dories, and the studio snd offices of the artiat, architect, and artisan. We would be glad that our trestle-boards .oould be examined, and their designs approved for public and private edi&oea. We bespeak favorable judgment aa to the solidity, oonTonience, adequacy, good . taste, and economy, of the structures our mas-ter-ballders do erect and can erect on ordor. 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. — 27 January 1860

Li.'. TXT A. NTi'll "WANTS," "JOB BALI," "TO LIT," "LOST," "FOUND," Aclnthlaoolnmn, oooupytng At lines Of lees, two Insertions, twonty-flrs cents. ANTED BOARD la a private; fara llf. A gentleman withes board, with room to himself, tn i small prirate family, where cub to . enjoyed the quletnde of a home. Address A. K 0., caic of Penny Preaa. jattb WANTED SITUATION A boy of eighteen years withe a situation la a dry goods, grocery, or other siore whore ho can I earn the business, and make himself generally metal. Ad dress J. STAOBlf.care Penny Press. Ja27b WANTED Thirty Dialog-room Servants for to-day and banquet to-night, at the Bur net Howe. La') JOHNSON, BATJnDKBS A CO. WANTED TWO GIRLS Ons to do dining-room and the other chamber-work. Done bat those who understand waiting upon the table need analy at 160 Plum-it reet. ja27b 36 J TBI WANTED The subwribei, who la at present connected with a commission and forwarding bouio In tale oily, la desirous of obtain ing a iltnatlon In a whole...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 27 January 1860

THE PRESS. VKIDAY JANUAKY 1 [From the New York Evening Post.] THE WALL OF THE COURTESAN. BY GEORGE W. BUNGAT. 1 dr not spoak my mother' name; 1 touch my pulse, it throbs with shame; M y whit ftp how my heart hu bled. Great Heaven, am I alno 10 bl.nief Oh Qod, I wish that I were dead! Ntonodoad, and buried out of sight. 1 aaudder whoo tb morning light Looks don upon my troubled face, And through my eoal, m itar at niiilit Stare through the darkened breaat of space. With weary steps T wa'k the streets, Ami there tbe echoing para repeat The story of my Iotos and foam; Ami mi sad heart l'i s-jrr w beat . My bitter inomtpta nto yean. Tbe flower tkt look up in rar ye ' The stars thai look down from tb ski, bjy leiirliil tribulation os. Oh.aUB'it no that U-.il. Nil wlje, ' ITi'tiiy loji through them on me? Sub gbpfoi fm-n tbe friends I lore, r4 1) irth below or heaTen above, woWil wothe my spirit' waattng pain: And, like an uniuipruoned dove. My soul would aoar Id hope again. Oh, swift bap...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 28 January 1860

HE PENNY PRESS U Hblished dally, ( Bandars aptd,) FRANCISCO CA1DWEU, FB0PB1BCOBB. ): aFI0B-sT0. U Wilt Itflll-llllll ; Ml P1BIT FBlSBk delivered to rttMOiUn U OlncUnatl, Covington and Xewport, nl sat. rounding aitlM tad towns, at th 3 treacly low arte of UX ODD A W1BK, FATABU TO OAKKIeTb. run oi builon: . lsfIootails.laootkt()o.;lmoBtluitllrilt AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. 0018M iixth in nnum, : Jobb A. Ilulw, J BoU Lsss ana1 Bmpr, Lait night of the .ngagement of Mis Eliza Logan. THIS EVININO, Jantmrr , WlU be perfanned ue ceieoraKa nve-aoi tragear oi , , ADELGITHA. AileMlh. ; ..Hies KHi Tjoiw Michael Ducal........................... .....Mr. Lengdon to conclude witn in. great hi ujgaiaoeut urp niaiBpeotecie canon ALADDIN j On. Th. Woitnni Law. Aladdin ...... ...Mia. Xffie Kllalr Kasraolthedumo I.Te;....-..-.-M.-..-..Mr. Kilmer Alanairar (a maalolan) ......... nr. Lanidoa Prirjc.u. Hie A onto Walt Zouedle.... ...,.....,..... M in Fenny Denhara . Amron Misa Amelia Everett lining flust...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 28 January 1860

THE PRESS. .vn' w. riuNcisoo. joiih d. caldwell. ipitom and reoraiSTOBj. KAl'l 11UAY. JANUAUV as The Reception of Sovereign State officials. Ohio net the emergency which, provi dentially, called upon bar jxoplo .to Itgoive Xbt embodied repreiontation. of three sover olgu States. She cqultted ' herself of the trust by manifesting her truo oharioter, by the removal from the broad open theater where her roU was played, all of those propertiei and altge machinery, and tricks and Bhiimt of intra partisans and poli ticians. For the first lime an observing peo ple have been permitted to sea a sister pooplo i'reo from the intervention of eaucaa. Ihe sneaking, supercilious flatterer, the dema gogue, bad this time, in Ohio, no opportunity to beguile, to traduce, or to envenom. Men wi'.li their wives and daughters, men that were chcted, not those to be elected, men ef both parties, meu, women, and parties of two BlatJJ, and snob men and Bach women from to such Slate, made Ohio & vleit.tnad...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 28 January 1860

ANTS," "fOll BALI," "TO IiIT," "I1O8T," 'J,OUMD,"to.,ln thiioolamn, oecapylngffv lines er tese, two lneortlon,twnty-tv pent. yANTED BOYl smart, active toy, w ion i? "."I ' V oonftcHonerr-ihop. Apply at No. 120 Wnt ITourU ttreet. lln, W. 1. JOHlsuN. UTigno- WANTBDrAMBROTYPE APPARA- Head r.j. J;.J,Da """i camera-stands, KnAhuJ .'1.. seen., Stock, Chemical, and IT at Main irAKTi5D-. Men of good address to tell now mXJ "Hcl In dally w bv every on. Men A faZ i re making fiom $1 00 to tl per day. rifili 'olU1 eapital required. Apply at 181 West riiiu-i Ktt ja2Sb aT ANTED A SITUATION Ai Wet . nurse, by a woman who bu had experience, " . id can giro reference!. Apply at the Commercial iioapltal. m Ja2b WANTED IMMEDIATELY 50 cart loads Gravel. Apply to LANE BODLEY, corner of John and Water-streets. ja28b WANTED A SITUATION By arouog married man, an Coachman: understand taking cre of hortee ; alao U a No. I Gardenor. Hie wire ie willing to engage a Cook, or to do household w;rk. Boat refersuc...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 28 January 1860

THE PRESS. SATURDAY , JANUARY 2S THE WOOING OF LOVE. Come from your lung, long roving Od the sea so wi Id and rough, Come to tne tender and loving. And I ahull be blcsMil enough. Wh're your sails have limn unfurling. What wind, have blown on jour brow, 1 kni nut, anil auk not, uiy lUrling, So that you come to mo now. Sorrowful, sinlul anil lonely, I'oor anil despised though you be; All arc nothing, if only You turu from the tempter to me. Of men though you lo unforglven, Though priest lie unable to shrive, I'll pruy till I weary llhcav.ou, If only yuu come back alive. What a Fashionable Woman Thought of Men's Legs. Old Lady Chesterfield thus gives hor idea of mens legs to lior niece: "As a rulo, good men have good logs. Crooked log, crocked iuind; that is ouo of my mottoes, and oue whiuli 1 havo very seldom found to be in fault. . Your dear pupa had u prejudico against tailors. 1 am more tolerant; and yet I can't help thinkiog that they get morally warped from twisting their legs be...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 30 January 1860

'J i nunM daily, ( tartan wNi) a peopbiwobs. . i r i o e. M wJTWait.ta . TBI rums- runwu MiffitdtainbMribtn u OInoUtiatl.QevlngiaoeudJUwsort, .ulw rounding title end to win, at th si tUtnmlrmBrletof v.:--BIX ClKlS A W1IK, rATAM TO 0AKIH3. ':' nicaaor un.Ter - Blngl eeites to. 1 nootk Mo.; I month till yew tH. tttt: AMUSEMENTS. W O 6 D STH E ATE It. Corner of Blxlb aad Tine-itreet. , , John A. Sillier, jr., ol Manager and Lassoe. Paioiaor AoaiMiOB-Dre Circle and Fro.uett, SOoentst Gallery, gcoent. . iiwr opeu at ih, enrlalsrrise at TX o'cloay . Grand Complimentary Farewell Benent to 4 MiM Eliza Logan, Tendered bra number ef te moat prominent ettt. you Ai thia, positively, bef final appr arauce In fin. clumitl. Un thin oocaaton the particularly end moat leipeclfully wiahe all her friend! to tar '?god-by." THIS IVENIN3, jsnnarr 80, WOIU nerfcrmed the celebrated tragedy of : , . -) ' 'FAZIO, -'v ?' BUnoa, Mis tllaa Luf i rlo, Br., lengdoa t I.abelle, MiM irvlps. . ' . nnoo.....u....M......

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 30 January 1860

THE PRESS. Ah3Y W.rUAHOISOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL, amis axe paoreinoee. MONDAY. ..JANUARY St) The Lesson We Have Learned. We here bo felicitations over the eohleTe menu made kj tb late rlilt, end reeeptlea, bat to rejotce the both pertles have learnt valuable lesson. The represeuUUTee ofthe two State nearest u aoross the river Lave iea Uio ralue of the potutoD of cultured, trained and well-npportod mechanics and manuraoturers. They hare seen direst prwfe of the Inestimable advantages of a STstaut of rallroada In State; of the ebtolute need of well-digested and thorosguly practical system of common lobooli, extending their Influence to every child within its border. The leuon of self-examination bai been taught to both idea, life nay be eked oat with pleasure, bet it matt be mainly filled np by etuines. Let Cincinnati, Frankfort, Nashville, Charles ton and Norfolk concert measarea at onee for a convention, in whloh polities may be Ignored, and' the true eeoneniie IntereeU of tfaete teeti...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 30 January 1860

i " WANTED. "WAHT8,""F0 iAiB." "TO LBT," "MWr, "POUND," Ac, In thla oolmmi, ooowpvlng five lines rlMt.twolnMTtloiuhnaiy-lhrtSMts. r- - WANTED HELP IMMEDIATELY. A maa ul bit wlfk to go on tanai alao, three food stngl men, need to forming ud garden. log; alao, a ma e cook ana e man to light Aim! alio, atewsood airla for general bonne-work. Apply at tlie General lotelllgeno Agency, Ho. MlW.eWrn row. tJ80-h A. D. 0 AB80H 00. T ANTED. A fint-rat Cook, to do flfllh n llu hilt KAnb . I - A oectab labia place, situation given for thro year. Addroae Box 9.137. giving residence, reference and terms. I will call on tba applicant to make alias rangamunti required. JeJO-b WANTED - A ROOM. On or two . Boom, unfurnished, for a family. Addnat M.l.L.,atthii office. ja3fl-b WANTED POT A imart, actlTe oy, lo work In a confectionery-shop. Aptly at So. 130 Wait fourth ali-oat. Mrs. W.J. JOHHSON. tlaih) WANTED AMBROTYPB APPARA-TUS-Second-hand Cameras, Vamara-itandi. Head-rests, Stands, Screens, stock, Oe...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 30 January 1860

THE PRESS. MONDAY. .JANUARY 30 THE FAIREST LAND OF EARTH. THANSLATED FROM THE PERSIAN. "Tell me, gentle trav'lar, Ibou '. v Who IiimI wandered far and wide, Seen tbesireetnet roae. blow. Ami the brightest rivers glide Pnv. of all thlue eres hnth seen. Which lbs fairost land has l)n ? " - "Lady, shall I tall thee where X atura. sovma most blast and fair, r-'tr hIkiv all cllmus b'side? 'Tin wh.ro thus w lore abide And (hat little spot is beet Which llio loved one's foot bath pressed. Trtimjtli it lo a fairy epnoo, WIJo and apreuiling In tbe place ; Tltoiiijli 'Lware but a barren wound, 'Twnulil weenie enchanted ground. With thee yon sandy want Wticlii aeeiu , Tlie timrgin of Al C-iwIhar'eetrwini ; - And lhou could'st make a dungeon's gloom A bowor where new-hum rose, bloom." Sensible Thoughts About Wedlock. Marriage is by do means a nocessary sequent to luvo, fur, as the French well nay, those who are "always ia love are never married." Juvenilo grand passions aro particularly fleetin...

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