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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 6 February 1860

1HE PE N N TWT? II ESS r r i e - o. 14 w t i ? "Vf TBI MMT rBiaSlllfllTMwltomibiorilMnla Ulnoisaatl, ODfUktoaMUMItwforti Ud hk rounding title and town, at the ex. ,,njemolylowrceot i. '. UX OUTS 4 WBBK, PAIABLB TO OABBIIB, nicMor MAiuaoi . Nasi oIm to. I l noat)o. a on that'll 1 tMi Is AMUSEMENTS. Corner of SUthaad Tme-atrets. Ii.:. John A. Illalsr, jr., solo Manager and" lesSo.'',1' PBioiser Anissio Ires Otwle sMTaranttte, rjurawi u.uerr, jjwoh,. Doore open t i, curulnjrliw at IX 6'clook.' " ' ' Nn, Southworth'e great Ledger etory, entitled "TheDoomuf Devllle; or, A Maiden' Vow." , , THU KVEHInQ, Febraary. end .vry evening until further notice, the eorformniiee will consist of Ma exciting and powerful reduction, In Are acts, celled ' ' ! ' " ' ' ' .. Art ,.: THE DOOM 01 JBV1XL j , 0. A Maiom' Tow. ' '" 1 Orvllle Deville, Mr. Langdoa ) VuloanMr. Stlelet ; jvari uien issuers, jnr. riensr ; jod awarns, ir, Vouh ! Hero, a real lire negro, Mr. Adams ; LI onne Velafort. the Lioness at th...

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. — 6 February 1860

AftSYW.FBABOISOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL. mnMtnnmiMU. '' - WOW PA Yp - FEBRUARY 6 THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. BE US. . , . . ,, . , j la order to sweet the oftow expressed wishes ! oar frleade la the eouotry, who desire m ho famished with a Cfco Daily raver, we have reduced the arise f ear abacrlptlon (rem tear te three stellar aer year vityable la alt eases la adwaae. ' Pet nay leu period thaa eae year ear term will be at the eld rate of fear dollar. Three dellar karely aaflee to ay for the blaak payer we as la arlattasj It, yet we are determined te ejlw the eeaalry ater chants, ae well a ear elty aatrono, the cheapest aod heet payer ever pebllehed la the Qaeea City. The Press laralehea the tune Market had Telearapa report aire by ear larger eatemaorarieo, with a creator rarlety ef ceaeral aad mUeellaneeae read Editorial and Selected Melange. Parents, 70a should ear for the manners of jour children for then become their h&biti, and manner mtks the ...

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. — 6 February 1860

ja. WANTED., " W A NTS," "10 BALK," "TO MT," "L0BT," "ruDND,'o., In thl ootaiBn, oocapylni At llnae r last, two fntertlons, twnfr -B cant. 1 - . - feeb Indispensable aU' ,. "i,!!"!! or "anufacturecfan large; mlle--iiVr B"l5 "aht and profit street, tide P nrWi?': o, HRace-. o'clock P. M .sreao, third floor, between 1 and 4 . " .-i f b .nted ROOMS Two nil fn rat shawl lnnnma aiiiiftlsl.k i",.. . . . . ... . 'jS2? aPJ ft,lDg Kn,Vi J?" Put of U..J city nr. ffiW' AddrgjB P. f at (hii office. faeli WANEErA Ud hM,i,, k" hel babe, t", JK?Vf-i we i nun at her own ..MyMWv,mUviBB,tl roHurace reto YVANTED-Reliable help, mal ud f. h7Jl, J1? J.0UI1 i?1 oW tor and country, to TnVtJ? d,llf end tor kin. Tboae eek- ?M,?piy,". w!tD ?1 reference., can Bnd good 307 klm-Mrwt and ninth. THOMAS BnotJAtiAN maiwi.cn t my constant motto. fe6b WANTKD-TWO GIRLS Who are neat I. v.""""?1' 10 work 0B '"' Tttera. Apply to MO. fid lUrhi Hal h.i.. M .1 j niLr . .. . vqa,wwwH nviiavuiu umvor, yaw , ; ' ..k. lil o ilk....

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. — 6 February 1860

t h e:ip li E s s . omci, 14 wnr pod-itb-btmit.- MONDAY.. .PEBRUART 6 [Written for the Penny Press.] ANIMA CARISSIMA. BY MORRIS R. NORTON. Id tbs door at thsnoon of the Eight We ling'rlngly gud at the sky, Wblle ton, the Abbess, Id silvery light Of her nuns floated pensively by. ' I remember the rose In herhalr, And the blush on her peaob-colored cheek; The perDuae thet slept in the roseate air, ' And the thonght that I tared not to speak. . . Like a lily Imprisoned, her hand, . ', Soft, dimpled and wans, lay In Bine, Which thrilled 'neath a preiiure eo bland t That Itseemed something more thaadlviiis Her lips, with a smile, half snarl, Seemed the home of an Bros, alarmed Lest the atgh that escaped from her heart Alight not fall on the heart he had cnaraod. In each vlotet ere, iweot and clear ... Liquid deptbi of dark, delicate hue Like a pearl I saw sparkling a tear , ' I had kissed her a parting adieu. '. , . . Oisuiiisiti, February , i860. What Constitutes an Infant's Wardrobe. 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. — 7 February 1860

3fc HEP E N Ht P BESS '"'ftWlMM 'itoUf,1 i mUw iwtoi)W . '' "f . ' j FRANCISCO CAXDWEM, i ' P"l AZj) fca Is'delft.iiefioribsr la ,,,. CUwdJ, Covington and .fowport, end tor. "U?10 tt 4 town, at t) x . ,...'.K-."MlFlowfrtef ... ,7 V, ! . Ill OJMTB A WW, FATABIil TO 9AEBI1B, . , . fatOllOr aUTLUW i ' .. I - . Single eopUe lo.i 1 ptonth Wo.) I noiUu Hi 1 year 13. AMUSEMENTS. If O O D ' ST II B ATE It. t CornerofHixtb end Vine-street. ' John A. Ellaler, jr., sol. Manager sndtesies. Pbiois or Admwiob Dim Circle and Panjuette, (Soentai Gallery, Hoent. . boon open at 0)i,ourlt4a rites at TMo'olook. - Mrs. SouthwortVs grant Ledger story, entitled " 1'he poom of Dovllle i or, A Maiden's Vow." . THI8 EVENING, February 7, and mrr sterling until further notice, Ibe performene will constat of the exciting and powerful production, lit lire acts, called - , ., V THS DOOM OP DEVIL LE j Ob, A Maiokh'i Tow. ' " ' Orvllle Deville, ttr. Lengdon ; Tnloan. V r. Ulster Karl Glen Lanerk, Mr. Fisher ; Job K...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 7 February 1860

THE PRESS. KDT W. IBANOIBOO, JOHN P. OALDWH-I-. wtom Armonmou. TUKSDaY..-... FKBRPAKT r THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. BUBS, fi Ib ordeir to meet the often expressed ' wishes el ear lrleaas esmatirs who desire le he faraisaed with a Cheap Belly Peter, we here redaced the rlee of ear aabscrlprlea free leer te three dollar per year payable la all eaaea la adraaee. For - any leoe period thaa one year oar serosa wUI he at the eld rate of tear dollar. Three dollars barely safflee to pay far the blank paper we ase la prlarla If, yet we are determined te (Ire the eoantry mer chant, as well as ear oily patrons, the cheapest aad beat paper erer pabllsbed la the Qaeea City. The Press tarnishes the same Markets aad Telornph reports Wsa by oar larger eetenaperaries, with a creator rsrlery of coaeral aad nlsellaueons read a. m The Eclipse Seen Through the Equatorial. We had a peep at the Lunar ihadowslast sight, daring the eclipse, through the great Equatorial Te...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 7 February 1860

WANTED. "WAinW,IO 8AM," "TO III," "LOUT," "fOOMD,"ffifMWtWm. MOBPTlBf At line! WANTED TO PURCHASE-! wish to WI!M' honteand lot on rood street, between Wlout and Freeman and Fourth ana ' ninth-streets, to cost not over 18,000, for which I will far part cash, pari a mortgage note, hearing , 10 per cent, interest, and th balasca la Weit.ru , landi of tbe (Ids. I quality and moat eligibly situated. AJ to trade-4 share of Preferred Mouthers Paciflo Beilroad Btoekjl share (m) Hound City Stock ; 1 lot In Council Blair., which I with to trade for a good piano and a lot of food parlor fnrnltnre. Any ona having the boots and lot or the furniture to trade will address JAMES H. PEABJsOS, at ihli oBce. fe7o WANTED A young lady, highly ee eomplishsd and pre possing In appearance, with a moderate Income, wl.hea to open a corre apondenoe with a gentleman af irreproachable char acter, with a Tiew to matrimony. All communica tions confidential. Addreai LILLY K0HO, Penny Press Office. fc7a WANTED IMME...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 7 February 1860

THE PRESS. oyrioa, H wm rooiTa-iTiiir. TUESDAY , FBBRUABY V in"! THE BRIDE'S WARNING. BY ALICE CARY. Th truth and beauty of thli poem ersry high ul loving tool must feel. ; We're married, titer W, and you think you hare Wl7,tekSlt white-rail from my head, and look oa me: Here's matter to Tex you, and matter to frier you, Here' doubt to diitruat you, and faith to heller you . , I am all aa you tee, common earth, common dew; B wary, and mould Bi to rwae, not rue! Ah, ihke out th limy thing, fold after fold, . ' And see If you hare me to haep and to hold :' nook cloee on my heaxt-eee th wont of Its slnnlns - It li not yours to-day for th yesterday's winnlug The past Is not mine I am too proud to borrow Yau muet grow to new bights If I lor you to-morrow. Wre married! I'm plighted to hold np your praise' Aa the turf at your feet dots Its handful of daisies; That way lies my honor-my pathway of pride. But, mark you, If greener grass grow either side, .'. ' I shall know It, and keeping In ...

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. — 8 February 1860

1 H 15 P,B N N T ; P B E 8 S Is MlkM oeUy, etMepted,) b roAKCHCfr CAKDWEKfc ,, FBorsnKois. , , , f I IOBvBO. WSf 0"BTSBBBf. TBI VUTST rUUS It delivered to subscriber. U UlnoUaatl, CoTbsgtoei and Hewport, and sex rending oiUal and towns, at the ex- treaulylowBrlosof - P six anrn A wnE, patabli to camiib. raioBior aixibsi ' ' " Mail ooplee k. 1 month toe.i l monthifli 1 rear 1 3. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'STHEATER. ' Corner of Sixth and Vine-streets. . John A. miller, Jr., sole Manager tnd Lessee. Paicas of AoauMioa Dress Cirole and Farqaette, SOoentei Gallery, Koente. , , Doors open at 6X, curtain rim T o'clock. Mrs. Soutbworth't great Ledger story, entitled "The Doom of DerlUo t r. A Maiden's Vow." , THIS IV1HING, Februarys, end every evening until farther nollee, the performance Kill consist of tlie exciting and powerful production, In nveaots, " THJ DOOM OF DEVILIB J J : Ob, A Maidih's Vow. Orville Deville, Mr. Langdon; Vulcan Jffr. lllsler Karl Glen Lanark, Mr. Fisher ; Job Idwards, Mr. H...

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. — 8 February 1860

T II 13 PRESS. Aii 3T W. f BANOISOO. . JOHN D. CALDWELL. OITOBf A rBOrUSTOM. WKDNK9DAY.. .FKDRDAHY 8 THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS. 1st order to bm! the eftea expressed wishes ot oar friends la the country, who desire to be farnlshed with Cheap Dally Paper, we have redaeed the prloe of ear subscription freia fear to three dollar! per year, payable In all caeca la advance. Ver any lees period thaa en year ear terms will be at the eld rate of foar dollars. Three dollars barely aafllee to pay for the blaak paper we ase la printing 1 yet we are determined to aire the eeantry mer chants, as well ns ear elty patrons, the cheapest and beet paper ever pabllshed In the Qneen City. The Press laraishee the same markets and Telegraph reports lven by our larger cotemperarlesi with a areater Tarlety ofconeral and miscellaneous read ing. ; School Apparatus. Does (he General Anombly deiigu to de prive the Sonools of the Btate ef the small pit tance allotted for scho...

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. — 8 February 1860

WANTED. "WAHTB,""FO BALI," "TO LET," "LOST," FOCND,"Ao.,ln thti oolumu, eoeepylng Ave line or Im, two Insertion, twsatp-av oent. VITANTED IRL To do the homework Tf of email family. Must be good cook, and come wall reoommended. Apply to-day, between t and S P.M.. at the south-east oorner of Ninth and Freeman-strceta. testr WANTED-Famille wanting good help can be supplied on abort notice. Call at Mra. WeBNBR'8 Employment Office, No. SOS Flfth-at., between weetern-row and John. fo8b WANTED A SITUATION By a young man who thoroughly understands the groiery business: Addreea A. B., tb.li pace. fo8b WANTED TO PURCHASE I wish to purchase home and lotos a food street, between Walnut and ITreeman and Fourth and Ninth-streets, to ooat not oner (8,000, for which I .will par part cash, part a mortgage note, bearing 10 per oent. interest, and the balance la Western lands of the finest quality and moitellglbly iltuated. Aleo, to trade-40 fbarw of Preferred Southern Paclfio Railroad Stock: I share ...

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. — 8 February 1860

JL H. MU : JL . MM MIA S3 S3 OFFI01, 14 VIST rOUBTH-BTIMT. WEDNESDAY. .FEBRUARY 8 [From the Ohio Farmer.] [From the Ohio Farmer.] THE SNOW BIRDS. BY W. D. HOWELLS. The lonesome gr.n-yard liatb, A deep with silent waves Of night-long idow m while, and billowed Over the bidden grave. Tbe idow birds eome In the motning, Flocking end flattering low, And light en the grave-yard brambles, And twitter there In tbe mow. . , The Singer, so old tnd weuy, Looks out from bit narrow room: "Ah, reel bnt my thoughts are snow-birds, Hunting a grave-) erugloom; "Where all the put is buried And dead, these msny year, Under the drifted whiteness Of frozen falls of tears, "Poor birds ! that know not summer, Nor mid, nor Dowers fair , Only the grave-yard bramble. And graves, and winter air 1" BY W. D. HOWELLS. [From "Once a Week."] How an Advertisement got a Wife. "Tobaooo is the tomb of lore," writes a modern novelist ot nigtt standing; bat, with very respeot for his authority, I beg to say it was quit...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 9 February 1860

1HE PENNY PBESS : Is Bablbhed dally, (Bandars exossteJ,) by ' (' rRAXCIBCO A CAIDITEn, 1. rBOFBUEOBK ' If 101 It. U IIH lO(ltl'KIII). IHI PBH1T FBlfiSli delivered to subscribers la UUdaaatl, OortngtoB ud Hewport, and rai imU oltiss and towns, at the ex. tremely low axis of nx onm a whx, r atibiji to oabbiib. meat or ajjuaos . tingle copies te. 1 month ttci I months tl l yeas la. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD'S THEATER. . . . , . Corner of Sixth aad Vine-streets. John A. Illsler, Jr., ioIb Manager and Lessee. Paicssor ADamuoa DrM Circle and Panmette, iOoentsi Gallery, 2Soots. Aioora open at 6X, curtain rlien at IX o'clook. . GREAT ATTRACTION. Fourth night of the great Ledger itory, entitled " The Doom of Devllte ; or, A Maiden's Vow." THIS IVINIRQ, Tebrnary t, (he performanss will commence with the exciting and powerful pro duction, In five acts, called THE DOOM OF DEVILLE ( Ob, A Maidsb's Tow. Orvllls Devllle, Mr. I,angdon ; Vnlcan, Mr. Bllsler : Karl Glen Lanerk, Mr. fisher; Job Idwardu, 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. — 9 February 1860

THE PRESS AhDT W.PBAHOISCO. JOHHD. CALDWILL. imuinnoniinu, - THITRMDAY- .VBBRDARr Mechanics' and Manufacturers' Exchange. change. "" Th oitlzeai fenerallr do not fully appro. elate tha importanca of oar maohanioal and manufacturing Uteres!; do not know the value of tha capital amplojod in thai branch! do not estimate th extent of the training and culture given to the variou persons employed In operative labor in our cltjr. In fact, the mechanics and manufaotnrers do not know their own strength. It is high time that ad' vantage should be taken of all th benefits of concert, and the aid of mutual conferenoe and exchanges. This is now in a fair way of be ing done by the Exchange rising into daily favor and usefulness. What a oommnnlty that is of be of industrious, eontriving, oonstruoting superintendents of daily work The Daily Exohaoge on Third-street is ap proximating in the faithfulness of its manage ment and effeotiveneness of its operation to that of the merchants. We are proud 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. — 9 February 1860

W IM B WANTED WANTED A WIFEA young nu of unexceptionable habit and character, da sires to lorrn tbe, acquaintance of some young lady, with a view to matrimony. Th regainment do. aired re Dot o mooh la appearance u In aceom. pllsbmenU, Address W. M. C., oar of Peony Prasi Offlo. feb ANTE D A young widow woman, . (American,) with a small child, I years old, (a glrUaisbesto obtain a place or horns In 4 family without children, for herself and child, to cook, o. Apply on Wade-street, third door above Freeman. fe9b Vlf ANTED A respeotable young man, of good address, to learn the ambrotyne boat nets and make blmeeir generally useful, and who .7r . j,utoii eniwi am 7 useiui, ana wno object to travel, If required. Salary mall south-west corner of Ninth and Main. WANTFD A young man, who wu dork in a forwarding and commission houee laat season, wiiihee a ltnalion In a store or office In Ola. clonal! or vicinity, where be will endeavor to make himself useful. The beet of reference given. Ad. d...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 9 February 1860

orrici, 14 tin poox-th-mhit. THURSDAY.-. .'FEBRUARY 9 LOVE AND OPPOSITION. [From the Italian.] Love, In a drowsy mood one day, . . , Beclined with all hit nymphs around bint, His feathered darts neglected lay. Anil fsdad wore the noers that crowned hlui. Yonng Bope, with eye of light, in rain Led smiling Beauty to implore bim: While Oeniui poured M sweetest strain, And Pleasure shook hia rosea o'er him. At length a stranger sought the grove. Aud fiery Vengeance seemed to guide Mini; Be rudely tore the wreathe of Lore, And broke tbedarU tha'. lay beside him. The little god now wakeful grew, Aud angry at the bold endeavor, He row, aud wove hla wreaths anew. And strung bis bow more tirni than ever. Whxnlo! tha invadercried "Farewell ! Mv skill, bright aymphs, this lesson teeches Wbila Lots is sprightly, bind bim well W ith smiles, and ootids, and honeyed speeches : But should dull languor selr.e theaod, . Korall me on my friendly mission; For know when Lore begins to nod, His surest sp...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 10 February 1860

THE PENNY PBE SSI b HbikM daily, ( Boston wswtadi) to VRANCISCO OA1DWBM, . PBOFBUOBS. tiiei-a. M wilt t ooat stbbbt. til FUMY r BBSS la deUTeredtosnbeorlbenU Uaotaaan, Covington and Hswport, ua rer roandlng eitlee and towns, at the ei ; tremoly low price of HZ 01HTS A WIIK, FATABL1 TO OABBIU. mm or MATLLvet Brag U eoplee lo.! 1 nonth too.; I months fit 1 r Is. AMUSEMENTS. WOOD' STH EATER. Corner of glith and vine-streets. Jobn A. Xlliler, jr., iol llanagar and Lease. Pbiobsov AnwissioB-Dreas Clrtle and Parquet tf, SOoentai Gallery, Koente. ' u .. . Doors open at 6X, enrlaln rises at 7X o'clook. Benefit of Nr. Thorn: Donnelly, Formerly Comedian of tbia Theater. Mr. DOUULABS ana nr.iui isiui,di tna Eeoott Opera Troupe, have volunteered for thli ooca- ion. THIS EVENING, February 10, will be presented, for the Brat time, THE 0HABOOAL-BCBMB8; 0. Tbi Daorrnt Win or Kiaiubobovoh. Mr. Valentine Verdict, Mr. Donnelly; BdmundKB- dale, nr. srougissa; roynet uruoii, ir, uui.vu, Edith Harrington...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 10 February 1860

Asersjan THE PRESS. i D t W. FBAHC1800. JOHB D. OALDWILL. iditou a noriinou, I 11 Hi AY .FKBRDARIT 10 The Children of Foreign-Born Citizens. It it a souros of Intense- interest to native Americana to observe the young Americana ohililren of parente born abroad, who are at tending our numeroue schools. Perhaps there is no city in the Slatei where ao many of than pupils ars to ba seen aa in Cincinnati. lb various eommon aohoola over tba Rhine are orowded with them. In one of the Wards, orer one thousand children of Germans ar fitting themselves in the public ichoola for duty in the varioui fields of labor, whloh hap pily, free inatitutiona fornlah to every oapa ble and lnduitrioua youth. By a wise policy of the Sohool Board, German-English depart ments aeeure for German children instruction in both branches. By this meani children do cot emerge at once from companionship with the elder of the family who itlll oling to their foreign tongue, but by speaking in the lan gnaga of the paren...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 10 February 1860

WANTED. rANTED A few imark rat nergetio i a to mi new nna city. Apply, between 10 end 11 A. M. aid 2 end 4 P. M.' at Bo'im T. Houthgato House. fel0b w ANTED TO BENT A Pmall Jarm, with eomfortahle booM, eto Inquire of or VAN. UAUiVAAt et r mvmim wuiit ur Jw. lar-street, fel0b .dd 162 Poplar-street. WANTED A PACKER None bat those that are com potent need apply, ee we want an A No. 1 Packer only. To such liberal wages will Da siren. . GRAY. HEMIntillAi A onus., felOb No. 20 East Columbia atn.t. WANTED A WIFE-A young man of unexceptionable hablti aud oharaoter, de- airei to lorm the acquaintance of tome young lady, with view to matrimony. The requirement! da aired ara not ao lunch In appearance aa in aocom. Sllihmeute. Address W. M. C., oara of Penny Press fflce. fr9b WANTS D A young widow woman, (American,) with imall child, SH years old, (a glrl,)nisbeeto obtain a plac or home f B a family without children, for herself and child, to cook, 4c. Apply on Wade-street, third dooi abort Jfr...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 10 February 1860

THE PRESS. omci, 11 rat fOCRTH-BMHT. V It I DAY.. ..FEBRUARY 10 GUY THE GUARDED. BY RALPH WALDO EMERSON. Mortal mixed of middle olsy, Attempeied to th night aud 1 Interchangeable with things, Need no mullet nor rings. Ouy possessed the tallauian That all thlngi from biin began) And u, of old. Folyoratea Chained the tunibfne and tb breeze; Hu did Our betimes diacorer Fortune waa bla guard and lover In strange junctures felt, with awe, Ilia own symmetry with law: 80 that no mixture could withstand The virtue of hie lucky hand. , He gold or jewel could not lose, Nor aot receive hie ample duee. In the street, If he turned round, His eye the eye 't was seeking found. It seemed his lenlusdiicreet Worked on tbe maker's own receipt, And made each tide and element Stewards of stipend and of rent; ck that tbe common water fell As coatly wine into his well. He had so sped his wise affairs That he caught nature in hia snares: ICarly or late, tbe falling rain arrived in time to swell hia grain; ...

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