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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 31 January 1860

'i-h the PEwiorEBE! IiI)Uihai7s() francisco c ' 'BOX rnos-ae. is was ih rnannisiii' Wncinnatl, Oovlngtoi KX OUT) AW1K, r - AWA "AMU SHT3. Corne r of i!!? y,B - '' JohnA.IiIil.,)ZEaiu,w,,dI,,,", itinuatloa Of, '.i VS i Mies LoeBBPI1ieBUry BeBeflu JVf"M.V. eaVamwl.-.B- f w.Atvatiei r T? ?S mpllmeutierr occasion, tne Ax UW lUIWUI VTVaniaiWIB VA (VWBM ava determined to continue tbe ecu live Com of accommodating all that have a desire la : rarewall triBute to mil c id citoronne, , Fioeisolr th gililhed erti bill will be I jenuarr II, vfll be performed THIS the celebrai .. FA FAZIO. .. ., ,,..v Blanca, wElis Logan Teale, Mr. Lengdonl l T,.,,, ............ .nil n.M zvanint ""oe-; will ehent liar celebrated rendition of ti? Mtf" fi" - . r. "J Iof IH HONSYMdOiv. "J ' jh Mb" Kllsa Xsirao.: Duke Arams, Mr. i ltyn; Mock Duke, Mr. Adams) Orlando, Mr. fci? Vlolan to, Miss F aofar Swuhao.. : - 2.!.-aeotlemen wishing tickets for Miss Eo , "Senefit pen secure them a tha Bos Offloa. National theater....

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. — 31 January 1860

THE PRESS. Ah 01 W. PBANOISOO. JOBS D. OiXD WILL. ' ' ihmu anraoraiaions. - TUESDAY . ..JANUARY 31 The Vote Yesterday for Speaker. Mr. Sherman mad a speeoh jresterdsj In Congress," declining further seadideoj for Speaker. Three ballots were had without choice. Each time Smith being two TOtet behind Pennington, (Kepoblioan,) and twice M. Fenntngton being within two Totes of lection. Mr.Rlgrs,whoyotedforMr.SmUh, ill to-day, no doubt, tarn the icale in favor f hie oolleague, Mr. Pennington, and elect him. Tht Republican vote ii 113; Eolith Americans 23; Administration Dem oerals 93; Antl-Leoomptoa ' Demoerate ' 8--vii: Garnet B. Adrian and Jater R. Rlggs, of N. J.; Horace F. eiark, John B. Hasklns, end John H. Reynolds, of N. Y.t John Hick man and John Schwartz, of Penn.; and John G. Davie, of Ind. i ; Mr. Reynold's la absent; unpaired. . Sir. Brigg'i, alio, of N. Y.,the only North Amer ican in Congreei who would sot Tote for Saer uan, but Agreed to Tote for Pennington, 1 paired off wi...

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. — 31 January 1860

T7AXITED.; ra,M -fob saw "io i.it.'",wst," . Djt'..bi thisoolumn, ooowtnj fits .lines , two insertion, twenty -Ave ore t. . ' "ANTED All who need help, male or female, tor eltyor ootintrr, to mil end ret ltd wltn eooke, chamber, aim, wwing, din. :oom snd girl for general work ; inrm lor th . and girl to tratsl ; alio clerks, ealeemau, por i, carrlage-drlveri, gardeners, meohanice, ap itlcee. errand-boyi, men nod boy for all kind of k, daily, et my office, north-weet oorner of Ilia i Ninth-street. Da3l'l THOS. BOOHANAN. VAKTK D flood gtrlt for hem rework. BefarcQOM required Call at Km WAE 4B'8 Employment Office. Ho. SOS f ifth-trcet, be tfeen Watrn-row and John. AIM famine wsot f good domeatles osa be supplied. Call at th noovs number. 131 pe WANTED A young1 FrotaiUnt Girl to U German or oth taka oar of children. AdbIt at Ho. 137 Broadway, between Fourth and U Fllth-ltreets. jaSlb ' , WM bbV Jt ra 1 IIbJI nil laaiA rlflllE niLMIIl TWII of as, to mfhd an offlc. Good reference reuird. ...

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. — 31 January 1860

THE EEESS; ..JANUARY SI SONG OF THE DANCERS. This fine specimea ef verbal at olio proves tht M ihor, Sidney DobslI, to have a tool attunse o cite mslody: . . ., . ' ' ' ' . . eing lowly.lbot (lowly, oa why should "JUJiL. j Tas hour that gives tl.avan to this earthly ? To-morrow, to-aeorraw la dreary ana 01J .. Thai love aa they love who wonl live to love oaly. t Cloatr yet. ayaa of et-reests fair "J-.. No eyei tlaah Ilk iW eyes that Saab. " VJ.n Weave brightly, wear lightly, the warm-woven chain:- " ' .' ." " ," 1 love on for to-Blght K wa aa'ar lora again. Fond youths, happy maidens, we ara oJpn. n Bright tps and sweet voices kMppaoa with our ow. Love-lora Liuisnuob,, tha soft light ns .brMse, . Tha row with tha sephyr, tha wiud with the treei; While Uneven, blushing pleasure, is full af love- fioft iffa tha awaat measure tha fairy world floats. MR. SPONGE. BY P. PODHAMMER. I was greatly impressed hf his appear ance. There was "ton" in every etitoh of of his elogantiy got up appare...

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. — 1 February 1860

the pb miT-pnnaa is sabUakes uirt (Seeders F-y FRANCISCO CAfcDWKi, - It I0B-B0. U WBSt f f.iliT. THB run PSBSSIs U-md kg (ubacrlben ia UlnolBnatl, Oovtotitaa and lewjort, e (;.' nwdlngaltleeivd towns, at the est. BIX OUTB A Wtt) PATABU1 SO CAF.MBB. -j MiWJ1l'P"'"'''' MM ., TTt u iv ,-, Y-t i' n ' W 0 P S JT H E AT E Re Comer of Sixth end Ylaaratneta,.,: ,; ;,.( , John A. Blister, Jr., oole Manager kill ; Pains or Abmissiob-Draw droit and Parqaatte, uiocdu; uauery, uceow. . , . Doora open at curtain, rlsts fttTX o'tlock., The CbUdren'i Nlfht & namber of w1lotlcn tlriun ten mida to viva on mon rAiirMAntAtion of tbbautlful t1MO UclBOlld "AUsdis," In order to grwehlldrfen and thoae vh with to ratlre erly, ta oppwtnnitf of wit nenln thli rllf ilndld plar, It will bctpd drat to-niint. to performanc oonoiuuingwiis Mt of all burlMquM, "It Po-ea-hon-tu." THIS n ALADDIN; siii ,L ii M t 1 Oa. TBI WoUDlBtOT, IAP H p Aladdin, Hin EH Klliler; Kurack, (tha domb UH.t Mr. ViuIak Alknatfar. ra Ba...

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. — 1 February 1860

the::pbbss; AL-OT W.FBASOUWO. JOHRD.OALDWILL. i .-" WBDNB8DAY.. PKBR-TJAKY 1 ,. ')( FBes account oa first page of ceremonies ef burial of WeaMagton ta CtaciaaU siaty years ago. - f.M .:-, r j The Speaker. Hob. Winter DotU, M.'XJ. of Marrlaad, yesterday Toteol for Mr Pennington 1br Speaker. Mr. Dayle was student it Kenyoa OoUogo, in tela State. On ere roU la needed to elect Mr. Pennlnetonwho win gWe It? atf: v" 1 ' f. r: The Union Sentiment—We Can't Help it. Thi people Mt a necessity of manifesting by eotward and visible algal tneir Inward senti neut of Ioto for the Union. Hsnce the late demonstration preyee that tie Union scntl msat U universal. " The anxious desire of vtterenee, writers UU aa, it independent of any priaclple ef -UUty., Whet was done was aot hypocritical) It would have lis blaaon. A victory ii gained; the people rejoice at Itj they illuminate their hoeaee and light bonfires..,. It saay be far la the interior, at a great dlitanoe from the eneaty. . Ihey neither do It...

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. — 1 February 1860

h WANTED. "WABTB," "FOB BALI," "TO LB,"MIiOW," 'rOOHD,,,A.,lnthUsolnJaB,oevylnJnv UbM n lees, two IneertloM.tweatr-Bv cent. - ANTED GIBjU-To 4o general home work In a smell family. Apply at IM East flftk-otrcet. - ' " Mb WANTED A gentleman wisbee to get a Ingle gentleman of goad, sober habit, to m with him. Aleo, two or tan gentlemen cu have a good room, Ac, at JOS, suta-aa corner of Third and Plnm. , ttlb A N t K D-Good glrla tot homework; . gaftfenoa raotrd Call at Mr.. WAR NER'S Employment Office, Ho. 30t riftb-atreet, be tween Weat.rn-rowaad John. Alio families want ing good domMtioa caa be tupplled. Call at tka abora number. . , , l31b WANTED A young German or other . Prole lUnt OlrV to take aara of ohlldrea. Apply at So. 137 Broadway, between fourth and fltth-etreel. . Jatlb' WANTED A BOY-Aboot fifUaa jer of age, to mind an office, flood reference runtred. Applr at Mo. 60 Weat fourth-street, neo. ondetory. jejlb WANTED A BOY Seventeen yoari of age, to learn a trade. Inquire at...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 1 February 1860

THE P K E S S . WEDNsHUAV. .FEBRUARY 1 [From the Boston Transcript.] THE SNOW-SONG. BY EMELINS S. SMITH. Nov, spirits la vtatt.', with frotst.pt Hf V (lone trooping djwnUe sky " " LlkeshapM of dream, or iikasgui tW"i At they float ao airily by. , , , , Oh, the winter inowl the winter saew I' W. loved it once Tull well I , . And with childish .hoitt, riogln f merrily out, -Relied the fleecy shower as it ftll. But now, elnce we kuowhst under 'tho enow, - Hldfromth.ltiitofdr, Thar are treasures fair treasures moat nn, . la darkness hidden away; .. Our gladness ieo'er, and we Ioto no more . .' " To art Mia snow-fall corse; . , for a heavy ckill .and a hum of 111. ,. . .. , , It brings to ourhcart and home. . . Oh, the treasures falrt the treeenree ao rare 1 HIiMtn under the enow, . Am not the avert flowers that In summer hours , at mount and meadow s-glow. . , , . Something mora bright to oor yearning light, . Something far dearer than they,, . Iii lying low, under the anow, Oa this ble...

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. — 2 February 1860

j ; -".5 :.v . ; 1HK PENNY. PRESS li n Mhht dally, ( Srae eept,) by , rSAMCMCO CAI.DWBM, rioruacoBi.y " ,' trics-ae. 1 ot.itHT. TBI mil nHM aelivered to rabeeribers U UtneriaaU, Oovlngton and wport, Badger. rounding 0m sad towns, it ths rs . toeaery low price of aUX CUTIS A, WMK.PAI1BLM TO CAUIIS. Blasts eavtM la.t l month ioa.; t mootbitll 1 mi It. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD' S JT H EATER, Corner of BUth ml Vine-street. ' John A. Blister, Jr., sole Minsgtr end Lessee. Ftionor ADMiMiOH-Drew Circle' end Purqaette, SOoeots; Gallery. Moent. - Doom open at tX, curtain rliei at TX o'clook. Change of Attraction. ' ' ' TOTJSS AINT "iVOUTEaTXliE. THIS ITININCr, Tebrnary 3, will be'pretinted the new historical play, in four act, called , . TrtTTflOATW- TJrtTTVWTJTnBl!."' J ( OB, TBB IlllVBBtOTIOB OF HATtl. ' Fbssoh. LeOlero, Mr. Bann; Vluoent, Mr. Head: ueuenviiie, nr. uaii: oijeau. nr. Bmyiai uwtm Houcbeubeau, Hr. rtshar: rrenoh 8oldtrt, Ac Hattibui Touaaelot, Mr. LtagdooiOldMsfc. Mr. JEllaler: Marie...

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

THE PKESSS. AhJT W.IBANOIUOO. JOUMD.OALOWU.lt. mnmnnmimu .FKBUUARY S The House Organized—A Speaker from New Jersey. Mr. Geo Jriggs.of Kew York, the North American, having voted for MoClernand for Speaker yesterday, on flndjDg that en rote woald determine) the eltallon of Mr. Penning, ton i SpeakerVebanged We rote, end Mr. Pennington, of New Jereey, wai elected, and worn in aa the presiding offieer. Orer eight -weeks of the leeslon have been expended, and no leei then fifty ballota have been east for Speaker. It ie a matter of curiosity, bat true, that on the laet ballot, there wai not a tingle vote given to any Leoompton Demooratio candidate. - . William Pennington, the aaoeeiaful Old Whig-Bepnbllean,had the needed number of TOtee, 117; Mr. MoClemand, the Songlae Dem ocrat had eighty-fire, and Mr. Gilmer, South American, had aixteen. Helper on one aide and Leoompton Demoeraey on the ether, were slaughtered; Mr. Douglai looking on. The cenierratire sentiment of the country dlotated a...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 2 February 1860

WANTED. ' ... Hi. II I .eli.i.1 I H ll'l-l - I "WAKTB," "f OB BALI," "10 JiIT," "WW'. trODND,"o.,liitbiloolaiuil cp1iujtvw UM orlei,twoinnrtloni,twenty-BTcaat. r w ANTED GIRL To cook, wash nd Iron. Apply at Ko. m Wet Seventh-afreet. WANTKD SITUATION By a young Mr to work at dressmaking-one who thor, 'nnghly understands her bnsineat. Address 0. li. Pre.s office. f.2b WANTED SITUATION By middle aged woman, aa mo thlr None; haa bad oon sluVal'lo experience. Good reference, given.- Apply at 233 Central-avenue, (formerly Western-row.) , lfe2b l. WANTED--.SITIJATI01I-As assltt ant book-keeper, entry or shipping-clerk In any wholesale boaw. Beat of reference given, Id dreae J. It. B., thli office. felb' WANTED RIGHT OFF A man and , hie wife to go on a form: two tingle men used to farming and gardening. Also, a few good gins io uo general housework in imall ramillee. Ap ply at the General Intelligence Agency, Ho. 382 wt stem-row. ,ie2-nj A. B. PAbaUN at uo. VITANTED GIRL To do general bonis...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 2 February 1860

THE PRESS. THURSDAY. . FBBRTJAKY [From the New York Home Journal.] THE PURE-FALSE LOVE. BY H. L. FALSE. 'HI. hnnnr roatad 1b dleboaor stands? And faith unfelihful keeps him falsely lro. Xjumhok. ... Mr friend a friend that' rtrly , . A Ban wltk a dangerous dep tb of lieart. For If ever love nestles down to the bottom, It. wings are clipped, It depart. With a regal mind ud regal jonl, jnr rri.ua, jor years, ox """""i AtOVjng WMM 10V. IS a will, w uv uiu, Loving where Ion m a grie rievoas wrong. light year bank ha cap. from college. Hurried to ma though tbe alilh t waa 1 Bald he bad lered for n And that the morrow had lared for live brlzht rears. And that the morrow would settle his rata. ami I. not doubitna KIT friend would wln- Wbat girl could rafuaa auob a man aa be? Gave him mr hand, wltb Iba heart In tba palm, And bowed for seat at hia table for ma, Drearily, drearily, reined the rein Ae I aat by the Bra reading my book. The door waa opened, my friend came In, A dire apocalypse s...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 3 February 1860

1 H E P E N N Y PB 128 8 ' I rbiih4 'daily, (Bandar excepted,) by ; . FBAXCUCO CUDWBU, . PBOFBIKOM, y . . if loi-a. U tin f ovBn.f asst. Ml mil PBBBBI aUvar4tonbK1bcra Ik UnolBWtl,0laatoBUdayort,Mdl , tewadlni era dtowae,et tb tresaalylowarioaof nz oma a wuk, atabu to saabus, x raioan ot uiunt ' t Wail goIm k.l 1 month 40.; moathstl) 1 yu It. AMUSEMENTS. W O D ST H E ATJE It. Corner of Bath ml Tint- streets, ... . John A, Xlltler, jr., soleaianager and Lest., Patens of Aoanaioa Dree Olrole ud rarquett, Doent Gallery, acoente. Door op. q at tX, onrtain rise at TX o'clock. . Changer of Attraction! r, -t TOUSS AINT OirVEETUEE. THI8 I VININO, February S, will b presented the now historical play. In fonr acta, called TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTUREj j . Itxuvu. IrtCI.ro. M r. Hann; Vinoent, Mr. Head; Hedenville, Mr. Hall; Bijeau, Hr. Smyth; General Uoucbembeau, Hr. finhar: rrenob Bo idler, Ac. Hattiix. Toawaluti Mr. fcangiloa; Old Hate, Mr. EUaler; Marie, Mia Julia Irving: Negro, Plan tation Serva...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 3 February 1860

THE PRESS. AhBYW.'BAliOUOO. JOHH D.UALDWSLL. FRIDAY. -FUKDAKT 3 THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. B8RS. 4 . . ...... ..... . ; la arssa I atM th aft afiiwi wlhM at ar frtaaaa hi tba eaaatry, rfcwlr ta a fervkato wit. tfcaaa Dally Pavcrt wa km hm4 ai-toa f aar ' aaaertatlaa fraas faar la three 4 all an er ear, payable la all eaaaa hi advaaea. far aar leas pa Had taaa aae year aar ters. will he at the aid rata af tear dollar. Three dallar barely anffloe ta aar far the blaak paper w aaa la rlatla It, ret we are deterailuea' ta aire the eoaatry mer ckuMi a well aa ear eisy patron, the cheapest aad heat taper ever aabUahed In the Qaeea City 'The Preae farnlahea the aaae fllarketa aad Telettrajph report glvea by ear larger eotemverarlea, with a greater variety of ceaeral aad sateeellueous read ing. ' M Salmon P. Chase, U. S. Senator Elect. Tbo Stat of Ohio bai given Governor Oh as another syidsnoa of hat estimate of hit worth, by restoring him to offiolal pos...

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

WANTED. AJ7ANTED Immedlately T general housework a 0- "WANTS." "FOB BALI." "TO IiBTIiOBT," FOUND," A.,la this oohmn,oiWnT lines 01 lew, two Insertions, twen tT-llTC onts. ANTED-GIKL Aged 12 or 14 years", to ak care of children. Mo one need apply unless they speak German ud i French. Address M. N at this office, in (Jermau, Ingltah or Frenob. fe3tf 1 -A GIRL to do Inanlre at No, 77 Laurel-street, between John and Cutter. - feSh WANTED Families wanting croud do-meatlcsteall-at Mn WARN CRM ImiW. tnent Orncs.SU Fifth-street, between Westsrn-vow ana jonn. uooq reierence given. IMb WANTED SITUATION In store or office is desired bT an active anil IntalliR-ent boy, IS year of mo; would triv tomakshlmM'f useiui to on employer. Aaareas jajusis, tun omce,, or Mayor's office. fe3b AVANTED-BOARD-By a young lady In a prlrata family where there ara no othsr hoarder. Nona other need aruwer. Address M. 0., at inn omce. ie.iD- AHTED PURCHASER For a Bio wardrobe, bad. Ac. aaltabla for an omce or small...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 3 February 1860

THE PRESS, PRIUAY.. ..FEBRUARY S THANK GOD FOR LITTLE CHILDREN. THANK GOD FOR LITTLE CHILDREN. BY JUNIUS, JR. Thank Ood for llttleeblldren BrUbrfluwen by eartb'e wayside Tbi dancing, joyous life boats Upon life's stormy tide. Thsnk Sod for little oklldrsn When oar skies ere cold tad grey, They steel u suasblns la our hurts, And charm oar uni away. I almost think the angels, -Who tend iift'i (terdent ftlr, Drop dowD the met wild blossom! That bloow around oi hare. I I seems a breath of heavsn Bound many a oradle lies, And entry little baby Brings manege from the aklei. The bumbleet home, with children, ' Ii rich in precious gems, That ihame the wealth of monatshi, And pale their diadems. Pew mothen, I nerd tbsse Jewell, Ai leered offering,, meet, A wealth of household treasures, To lar at Jssus' feet. A Californian Deprived by Death of a Large Fortune. A late San Franoisco paper relates the following: ". Some hve or six months einoe, an expe rienced miner and mineralogist waited on a...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 4 February 1860

Ii mitaMI Ajiir (Btadaeawrted,) tf . ) VEAXCI8CO CAIDWK11, rBoranrbBa.1 1 ' f f !-. M; if I Vo it fl'-l f I it, TBI mil BI8S U deltvendtosobeorlbert u UlnelnnaU, Covington and Newport, end in roudlsgjdliaa aadtovnl,attooeI . tremely loir trio of yt -r IX CMT8 I WUI, P aTABIB TO OABBIIB. v rxiont or auinnei ..' 'i Single eopleolo.l l nonta Mo.; I onUiitli l pit f t. AMUSEMENTS. yoOD'STHEATER Corasr of Sixth and Tine-streets, j! t ; ' John A. KJUIer, Jr., toll Map agar and testae, j PiiouorADiiMioa-DrtH Circle and Parens tta, Meente) Gallery, ftoents. Doors open at X, eurtalnrlies at o'cloek. ' Great Attraction. ' . : T0TIS8AINT LVOUVERTUEE. THIS EVENING,, February 4, will be presented. lor th laat time, lb tew historical play, in bar acts, celled , t . ';.'' ft TOUSSAINT tOUVERTURE; , Oa, Thb IssuaanoTioa or Haiti. Faaaon.-LaOlnro. Mr. Maun; Vincent, Mr. Read: Hedenvllle, Mr. Hallr Bijean, Mr. Smyth; General Kouchembeau, Hr. fisher! trench Soldiers, 4c. Uattikkb.-Toiueaint, Mr. Langd...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 4 February 1860

THE PRESS THE PRESS THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. BBB8. .la order ! asee the eftea eaevssesa' wlshee ol oajr trleada la the caaalrr. WB" desire te he faralate. wltk a Cheap Dally Paper, we hare redaoed the price of ear eabseiiptleaiYoaa foar te three dollars vcr year payable la all eaaa la advance. For ay leee period thaa eoe rear ear teraia will he at the eld rata er rear dollars. Three dollars barrly aafflee to pay for the bleak paper we aso la ptintlaa It, ret we re determined to aire, the esnntry aier cliaate, as welt as ear eltr patroatt the eheapeat aad heat paper ever pahllahed la the (aeea City. The Preae iarabhes the Name JHarketa aad Telesraph reperta sivea by oar larper eeteaaporarlest with a creator variety of general aad atlseellaaeeas read : Editorial and Selected Melange. On trst pgo will bo found a recital of sor rowful newt, from New York City, of a fir breaking out in, a bakery on Elm-Street of that olty, by which twenty persons we...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 4 February 1860

.vM"" "W AHT8," "I OB 8 All," "IO UI," "IMSl," 7AHTCD. ' ,rOUND,"c.,.n this column. oocajrlrig iv list or leu, two tnaort.oa,twatr-avea9t. -.-.:. , i w ANTED A GIBL To do homework Id smell family, inquire corner of Bay. miliar and Ughth-tree.. r y r r4b WANTED-GIRL-Aged 12 or 14 nut. to eb ear of Children. Mo on Dead asnlr nnlee they speak German and French. Address M. N., at this office, Id German. Ingliih or lfrenoh. ; - , - : hcjii WANTED Immediately A GIRL to do . . Wiwrr booiWwork- German preferred. Inquire at No, 77 Launl-ttr., between John and Cutter. MifT V"ANTED-Fmilli warning Rood do- T .ertlcstoeall at Mn WABSIB'5 Imploy meat Office, S0 Flfth-street, between WesUroVw ana John. Qood reference given. fc3b WANTED SITUATION In a tors or .. offlce to Jilredbjrnollfnd Intelligent boy, 13 Teen or ag; would strivs to make him-eif useful to bis employer. AddreM JAHJU, this offlce, or Mayor' offloe. , . fe3le WANTED BOARD By a young lady . in a private family where there are no oth...

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

THE PRESS LIFE'S WEARINESS. Over lit purpling . ' The day goes down to the dark - And the heps sgain Is wrecked Tor me! That shun with her goldeo bark. Icall'totheshlosof Morn, ', "..' "Whatcheer from th Isle of SlmSe ?" And whipered tones, like echoes bora Of faviltt that in hlf afraid Com back -"the tide eats In Whsre black and bared lies the sand; , Tak beartl there's bM of peace to win, Beyond the wreck-strewn strand!'. But, alas! on the snore I wait, " '; Where the him once frolloVd free. Dot no bark drawa near with golden freight Of love aud trust to me. . The royal fleet of Day With I he wealth of worlda float by, Unheeding the trembling hand ( ralao, . Or aiylow despairing ory. , ; I am weary of ths strife -i " Of angry waters near For 1 bear the roar of the wavea of Ufa, from trie strand K bleak and bare. And I long for the (lood-tlile now, To hail the phantom bark, ' With its nil.ty sails and skeleton KOWi Bearing away for the dark. The Desperate Duel between Jackson and D...

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