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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 8 September 1859

THE PENNY PFUS8, Is printed and published dally, (Bandars exotf ted,) by FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At Wo."! 14. West Fourth Street, and delivered to subscribers In CINCINNATI, COV. INGTON and NEWPORT, and In unrounding title, villa: es and towns, t SIX CENTS A WEEK, payable to the carrier. ' ' PRICE OP MAILING. Single Ooplea, I ctt.l One Month, 40 at.; Three , Months, 00; One Tear, 14 00. AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater OOBNER SIXTH A VINE Sis., CINCINNATI. John A. Ellslkr, Jb Sole lessee and Manager, Fourth night of the universal favorites, The Star Sisters Helen and lucille. THI (Thursday! KVEMNO, September a, will be protected tbe sterling piny of . . - THE ACTRESS OF PADUA. La Tlsbe Mlm Lucille. Catarlna Miss llolou. A n gelo .....,,,. M r. t,n nad on. Rodolpho ..Mr. Keail. Aufesta .....Mr. Hall. Homodei. ...Mr. Hutin. Bergooal............. Mr. Lord. Overturn .Mozart Society. To conclude with tho interestliiadrninaof THE SOMNAMBULIST. Ernestine Miss Helen. Besembort Mr. LauR'Inn. Be...

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 September 1859

THE JPBESS. Printed by "Caloric." OFVICE NO. 14 WB8T FOURTH gTRKBT. CINCINNATI: THURSDAY.. ....SEPTEMBER 8 J?B" Judo Douous will leave Columbus thli morning for Cinoionatl via Dayton, whore be will tarry long enough to attend tha discussion between the oandidates for Governor, and will arrive here at 6:40 P. M. He speaki In Fifth atreot Markot-ipaoe this evening. Magistrates to be Elected. The Miyor waa lnstrnoted by the City Coun cil, Inst night, to Include in hi general procla mation of election in October, that of two ilcgi!frute!, the term of F. II. Eowekamp and DaviJ Fiihcr expiring at that timo. The Horticultural Fair. The week or two during whiok the Fair if open, semi-annually, 1 a period of refreshment of the better nature of numerous men and wo men of this city, who come to the exhibition of flowere, pHnts and frulti, as a religious duty; to renew from the sight of these produots of the earth, from which wo came, eome of the diviner qualities our forefather Adam Is re port...

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 September 1859

WANTED. "WAKTS," "FOR SALE," "TO LET," "LOST," "FOPND,"43.,la thiioolumn, oocspying Are Una or less, two InMrtiout, twenty -Are cents. WANTED TEACHERS A first-rate Teacher of the Burp No other n-ed apply. Alio, or.e of Greek, Latin and Mathematics. Ii. dresa "A.," at this office, with name and plate fap6bJ TANTED-A Die of "The Cinoinnatl t7.ZPil!l?a,li from M7 'M. to October 1, 'S3. Inquire it thla oftW ' sepaaw VETANTED Persona wanting to get good w girls to cook, wash and Iron, ortodocham-Der-workjalao, general homework, cad he annulled ;n ahnrt notice. Please call at Mri. WARRBV.i Int'lllgenco Office, 30t) Fifth-street, bet. Western, row and John. ' Bepdb WANTED SITUATION By a young lady from the gnat, in a family or achool, to teach Instrumental and vocal music, or any other nr uch; has nu objection to going South. Tho b?t refrenc given us to captbility, experience, Ac. Addreai S T., tills office sep aw WANTED A GIRL To work button hole. Apply at 16.1 Richmond-street. top7-b) WA...

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 September 1859

THE PRESS. ' OmOl, 14 TEST rOUBTH-BTRKIT. tuubsimy.. .SKFTBHHElt N DEEDS OF KINDNESS. iui'poee the little cowslip Should ln'ig its golden Clip, And y, '-I'm su. h a liny flower, I'd better not gro up Dow maur woarr traveler W. uid mitts ltd fragi'siit smell; Bow ni.ny a llttlo child would grieve To lose It Irom the dell! Suppose th glistening dew-drop t-pon the grass should sav, "What can a little dew-drop do? I'd better roll away" The blade on which It rested, B?fr the day wa. done Wfihoiit drop to inuistou It, Would wither m the sun. ScpDuN the Utile brecion, Vpon a summer's day. Mi Mild think Iliemsel.es too small to cool Mm trif'Uiroii hi wsy Who will I nut inisa tho smallest Ani soft-s tivo tlit blow, Aul tui k iue wako a great niietake, If llioj- xoiv t,i king so? How many deeds of klodnevS V litt u child tuny do, Alih nigh it ha so little strength, Aud little wisdom, toul It wall a loving spirit n ucb mure than strength, to prove many things a chili may do F.T others by bit l...

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 September 1859

lr - - - -. - THE PENNY PRESS, laprfnteandpoblUhaddallr.tBnndaysexeepted.lbr FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, sndrlellTerod to siircrlbs In CINCINNATI, OOv- sTx ,,c.e'nt,$.a week, payable to the earrler. ' ' PRICE OP MAILING. ' JK''a,wy..?T AMUSEMENTS. "Wood'3 Theater OOUNEB SIXTH 4 VISE Bra., 01NOIHSATI. Jons A. EtLSLEB, Jb Sola Leasee mid Manager. BENEFIT OF Tie Star Sister Helen and Lucille. THU (FriiliyV'JeVEMSO, rVnteiaber 8, will be performed the celebrated, drama of DON C3AU DE BAZAN. Don rt'nr Miss Lucille. Maritn .' Miss H.lin. li;irl..H 1 ..........Mr. llcail. Vim J.iHe....v.... ; M ,.Ur tord. Miri)ni? Mr. KlUlnr. TH7.aullu SlifH A. Wnitn. Cjiinl km Sim. Gilbert. Ov rturi" Vlozur-t Mocloiy. i'o caDvlii'ln with tlio Muv.osHfnl Aiuuricun cuuivdy, CUR KEUALK AMERICAN COUSIN. Flora Hnzlott Hi as Helen. Ntitlmn Dennett Sir Elluler. Mr JninoB Itazlett Mr. Ilniiu. Howard - Mr. Lansilou, Liuly tlnilett ..... Mm. Uilb-it. Clam MIsA. Waita BOT A ynuiif lwlyota neUhborlng city will shortly ...

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 September 1859

a HP TT TH I5 HE S S J X1JU- J L U ANDY W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL, i iditom i-SD raoraiiroa'. Printed by Caloric." orc mo. 1. WB8t todrth strmst. C, I If C I N.N A T It FBI DAT.. .SEPTEMBER 9 jS-We return thanks to the Adams Ex press for Inte Western papers. Favors thus rendered are appreciated. New President of Antioch College. Her. ThoU-sIIiil, of Waltnam, Mftssaobu letts, having been unanimously ohoaen Presi dent of Antlouh College, Yellow Springs, de livorod his Inaugural Addrnss last nlghl, and the College, to-day, In regular seiaion. Douglas Will Speak To-Night. People of ari parties partake of politloal ex oitement, and are enohanted by the hero of the hour. The non-arrival of Mr. Douglas, yes terday, disappointed several persons who came to the city by railroad, bat to-night, he will, In vory deed, speak at Court-streot Market space. , i.. The Young Giant in Town. Tboie up to the fever point, in favor of the Young Giant of Illinois, can have an oppor tunity, to-night, 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. — 9 September 1859

'WANTED. WANTS," "FOB SALE," "TO LET," "LOST," this column, ocoupying Ave list or lest, two Insertions, twenty-Ova cents. WANTED E MPLOYMEN T By a young man from tie Bsst, willing to work and t awful to employer. Please address 0. W. H.. this office.. . . HHi.hi WANTED-GIRL A German girl for vn,T.i, .C.?Z1 00U"-WI''- PPlJ at Nasi West tourlh-stroct, . . . sop9-b WANTED All the news-boys io the oily, ..fflr. iaS'V?? Crrl'' ",ul '"'""Biers, to mil atom? offlc.l(W VlM.,tet, iin Mnln.. on .Snturtlav morn-ut- sep9.uf l'IBLISHEllS ''BUDGET." yANTED-BOARDIXG By a tingle gentleman In n private family, wliero there or ""''""f boarders, Ileslilonce muiitbe IT,, iJ ?,v"l,ln"'ea'wiiU of the Poetufflce,. Address U W.," Box 039, P. 0 stating terms, locution, to. WANTED TEACHERS A first-rate Teacherof the Harp No other H'ed apply. Alio, one of flreok, Latin anil Mathemnili-a. Ad drosa "A.," at tula office, with uame ami place, fsepJli WANTED A Hie of "The Cincinnati . , Dallv 8nn,"from Majrl, 'S3,...

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 September 1859

THiE PRESS. oryici, 14 wsbx rouTH-8TMrr. FRIDAY..-...,. ..... SEPTEMBER BE CONTENT. Mistaken mortal, ev,r fretting, Grasping, grinding. -rotnlng, gettlnr. . It ooatentl . If thou tiest enough, be thankful, Just as if thou had'at abankful, - i)e content! . If for tine east thy lot lint humble, Ira thy bread and do not graniblo, He content! ..... . i: .: Ilava the rich, think 'at thou, no trouble? Twice tbj wealth, tbr sorrows double, , Becouteiit! , list the lure of learned asges Those wlee men of the Grecian . -Bo content! Their reckoning np of ill sarin's riches, ' Wee compose'd in one siort potass, which is Beconleutl , The rloh man gets lth a II h I heaping, But dreai and drink, aud food and ale.'plng. Be content! ; . . Though In sleep the rich men gain not, Pour men eleep when rich men may not, - B content! Ttsmenibsr, tiort for wealth who rakeat, "Hough thou brongbtett, not tbou takes!," -. i Becon ent! A Disloyal South Carolinian. An application was recentty made to Congress f...

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 September 1859

TH6 PENNY; PRE,38, Is printed and published dally, (Sunday excepts,) bf FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At No. lV West Fourth Street'. and delivered to subscribers Ih OINOTNNATI, COV INGTON and NBWPOBT.aad lo larroundiDsoiUM, vlllsfes and towns, at . r, , '. ,- 77 5iX '"'CENTS A WEEK; peysbls to the carrier. PRICE OP MAILING, v J Bugle OoplM, S ets.j One Month, 4 eta.; Three . 1 1 i Months; l 00; One Tear, U 00. ; . . , r,1 AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater OOBNIB SIXTH YIN1 Big., CINCINNATI. John A. Ellsleb, Jb .Solo Lessee arid Manager. Blxth night of ( , The Star Slsteri Helen and luoille. TBI (Saturday! EVENING, September 10, will be promoted the celebrated moral drama, called ;.' ,; .JACK 8HBPPARD. ; Jack Sheppard .,. Mlsa Lucille. Jonathan Wild Mr. I.aiigdon. Sir Rowland Trenctiard.. Mf. Mr ilium, Thomas Barrel!,.... .........lTr. Rmd. Joe Blueskin Mr. Kllslnr. Winnlfred . Minn A mile Walto. Overture... iVIoziirt Society. lo conclude with tho successful Anieri :un comedy, . OUR tBMAtB AME...

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 September 1859

THETEESa ANDY W. FRA3CISC0. . . JOHN D. CALDWELL. edit:m axd raoraiEToaa. - OrTIOl HI). 14 WWP FOURTH BTRKIT. CINCIN UAH: SATUK.DAV., ....SEl'TE.'IBKa 10 Sewage and Sewerage. Socage it word not found in Webster, bat it ii used to cxpreei our meaning for the refuse garbage of oltiei, commonly pawed off through the artificial ehanneli, or bjr sewerage, into running riven, thus at onoe .ridding the place whom people dwell of ft great nuisance. Im menie enmi of money have boon upended in the oonstruotion of the merearohiteoture of the drainage apparatui. Government offloials have taxed their wisdom and the people's pooketi, and have unfortunately, perhaps, auooeeded, after years of labor and outlay of thousands of dollars, in removing the nuUanoe fram eight.' We eay unfortunately, perhaps, for It may be true that there ha) been a squandering of money about the undertaking f ier all It has become pertinent to ask, Is it wise to wash away, destroy entirely the refuse of a city? cannot 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. — 10 September 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB SAin," "TO LIT' "LOST," "FOUND," 4o., In thli oolamn, oocepying five line or lees, two Insertions, twenty-flvo cents. WNXBD-EMPLOYMENT-By s steady youngman, to stand in a Grocery or Store. Apply l asiBace-street. The belt of refer eace If required, ... . soplub WANTED- SITTJATION-By a young married wotian, a lituatlon aa wet none, to travel or take a child borne. Apply at 424 Went Seventh-street, to Mrt. D. STKVENs. Mploaw ANTED THREE GIRLS To but . Teeti for sewlng-mechlnes. Inquire at M West Front-street, for Mrs. TliAVEB, aeplob "CITANTED SITUATION To drive w.r w w rlage and attend to boraei. or at errant, by rouag man who can lire satisfactory recommerjda. ttons. Addreei T. H. 0., at tbb office. eeplub WANTED MILLINER A good milli ner, one that understands the business well, to take charge ol a ttore In Kentucky. Address Box i31, P oetofflce. , seplOb WANTED ROOMS On or about Court' street, or elsewhere, one or two unfurnished rooms, suitable for a small fa...

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 September 1859

THE PRESS. orricc, 14 wist vodbtb-stbiit. fcATlRDAY.. ...SEPTEMBER 10 SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK. NO NIGHT THERE. No night shall be In Heaven no fathering gloom . Shall o'er tu.nl glorious landscape ver conic; No tears shall ever fall la sadness o'er thoiie floorers That breathe their lragrsnco through celestial bowers. ,., r ....... - No nigbt shall be in heaven-no dreadfnl hour Of mental darknwsj or the tempter's power. Across those skies no envious cloud shall roll ; To dim the sunlight of tho enraptured soul. Tfo night nhall be in HesreoJ Forbid to sleep ;. Those eyes no more their moninfiu vigils keep; Their fouuiains dried, their tears all wlpu away, ' They gate undasahid on eternal day. Wo nigbt shall be in neavon-no sorrows reign Mo M :ret anguish-no eorporeal pain; M.j shiieriua limbs-no burning fever there-r Hosoui'seclipse no winter of despair. Mn night shall to in Hoaveu.but endless noon Ifo fast declining sun, or waning moon j Hut tliere the Imhu sh...

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. — 12 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, Is prtn ted and poblis hed dally, (Sundays exoepted,) few FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At Ho. 14 WHt Fourth Street, tad delivered to subscribers in CINCINNATI, GOV iSOTON ud HEWPOBT.and lasurroiuuiag oltlet, villages uid towns, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, arable to Uit earrltr. , PRICE OF MAILING. Single Copiesy I cti.; On Month, 40 rta.i Three Month, f l CO; On Ter, U 00. AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater OOENIB SIXTH VINI 8r., 0IN0INNAT1. Jobn A. Cllrlis, Ja........oIe Lessee and Manager. Second week of The Star Sisters Helen and Lucille. THIS (Monday) EVENING, freptsmbor 12,;will be presented th. romantic drama of SATAN IK PARIS. The , . M lag Lucille. Henri Dir. Laugdon, Tantlle...M.M...i. . ....... Mr. itoad. Gasconade ,. Mr. Hall. tlhicoret Mr. Kllsler. M'llo Nantelle Miss Annie Walte. Madams do Lnceval Mrs. Gilbert. To oon elude with the successful American comedy, DUK FEMALE AilEKICAN COUSIN. Flora Bazlett Miss Helen. Nathan Burnett 51 r. Ellsler. Sir Jumea Haxlett...... 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. — 12 September 1859

THE PRESS. ASDV W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D.CALDWELL. EDITORS AND ratPBIETOES. OrCICB NO. 14 WIST rOUBTH STREET. CINCINNATI) MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19 The Methodist Episcopacy—Its Organization in America. The aasemblngo of a largo roprosentativt body of on branch of the Method iat Epis oopal Church at Dayton, Ohio, whoroa large number of our readers reside, justified us in gome reminiscences of the early conferences of that eburofa. It is an Interesting faot that the preaohera laboring in the United Slates, In connection with Mr. John Wmlst, the founder of the Methodist Episcopal Church, mot each other annually from 17T3 to 1785, styling thoir con ferences "Conrorsation between the preach ers in connection with the Iiov. Mr. Joun "WmLsr." In 1785 the Methodist Episcopal Chureh became a separate body, independent of the Church in England. At organisation in Philadelphia, June, 1773, the Sooiety was small ; there wore but ten preachers ; New York 180 persons Iiov. Tnous IUkkin; Philadulphia, 180 G...

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. — 12 September 1859

WANTED. "WAHTS," "FOB BAITJ," "TO LIT," "LOST," "roinrD,"fce.,ln thlieolmnn, oociprlng are linen or less, two Insertions, twenty-five cents. WANTED QIRL A good girl to do . nosnl house work et No. Ml Eighth-street. Wsejos 83 pgr wwt, sepl3b WAJf TSB-rSIT UATION In s whole sale gTooerv ore dry goods boose, by a young man from the oountry. Address "B.." Box 2.001. rpb w ANTED SHOEMAKERS Ob woman! imoBrsd wtrr A nnl et 1 Walnut. WANTED BOr or GIRL A boy or girl from twelve to sixteen years of age, to travel, thatean tine oomio pieces and play on some light In strument. Good wages given and all expenses paid. For rail particulars call at 30 East Fourth-street, In telligence Office. sopl2b WANTED SEWING MACHINH A Singer's Sewing Machine to rent. Inquire at old postofflee building, Ho. 7. eepl3b WANTED GIRL A neat German girl to nurse babe. Apply at 131 Eighth-street, sepllb RANTEDBOY A imall boy to fly ftllftflta for fc (MInrlW P man Annlv f oIia winmuM-iuum ui rtJUUy rrtiBg tU IUO0IQCK ...

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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. — 12 September 1859

THEPRESS. orrioi, 14 wist ioobth-tsiit. MONDAY.. ..SEPTEMBER 11 SIX CENTS WILL PAY FORTHE PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK. Advertised Letters. LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING Iff the Cincinnati Post-offlo 8t0jU Brutwo, September II, 1859. . 'tr All letters advei'lsed are subject to an extra charse-of onecent. Persons calling for them will pleas comenrepared with fh necessary change. CKPenornCHlliriK forttMse fetters will pleas say they are advertised, and give number and date of hat. fcsT. The oUk-ewill open at IX A.M., anil close at 6H P. M. Sundays-OBIc will open from A. 11. to 10X fcsr1 The list below It made up every Saturday area log, between 3aud 4 o'clock, and embraces all the on col led -for letters of that week. . . , . . , crOn Saturday the ofiice ia elosed from t to 4 o'clock P. I. for. the purpose ef preparing the Letter - ' No. 37.—September 11, 1859. LADIES' LIST. A .Anderson Mrs Constance Allen ills Carrie A II nor 'il ss Joscpiine Allison Mrs Jane Atwell Mm Mary J Jla'itini Mis. M H ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 13 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, la printed and published dally, (Bandar xMtd,)bf PRA1TCISC0 & C AID WELT At No. 14 West Fourth Stroel, and delivered to tnbaerlberi In OINOIKNATl, 00 V. INOTON and NBWPOBT.aad In lanoundlnt eiiiM, Tillage! and towns, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, , tayabW to th carrier. PRICE OF MAILING. Hula Copies, I et.; One Month, 40 eta.; Tor Month, l 00; One Tear, S4 no. ' AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's THea ter OOBNIB SIXTH t TINK Bra., CINCINNATI. John A. Bllslbb, Jb Bolt Lessee and Manager. Eighth niglui f The Star Sisters Helen and Lucille. THI (Tne'day-'lVBMNfij Paptembar 13. willb presented tlie tremendous romantlo drama, la three acti, called EBNEST MALTBAVBU8. ' Allen Dsrvllle.. .............................. I ll Lucille. Richard Da'vWe ......Mr. L radon. Sir Wm. Maltravers Mr Ellaler. In et Jlaltravert Mr Road. Lady Florence Hira Auuia Walt. To conclude with the successful American comedy, OUB FEMALK AJIKBICASI OOCSIX. -. Flora Ilitzlett.....,,..., Nthan lifMiett Bir James Uazletl.....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 13 September 1859

THE PRESS. AKDT W. IRANCISCO. JOHN D; CALDWELL. ! tnirou Asr rMraiEtou. orrics mo. 14 vest fovrth rmtitXT. CINCINNATI: TUESDAY.. ..SEFTKillBEIt 13 Ohio Mechanics' Institute Exhibition. We ipent a few boura, yesterday, In the flta- i ehinory Department of the brilliant eihitntton i . . . , . , . . ., , : of our horn and fore.go mechanics, nt l'lke's , Opora-bouao. We have &ood tbiegs tu say of :ur home mechanics. Cincinnati and Ohio exhibit soma meritorious specimens of well- nuaLou ujauuLuuB, ivmou aur&cb mo utiuu tioa of every diioominj visitor. As we oan not same them all in this artiole, we must ba eon ton t to call attention to but few. Ohio Mechanics' Institute Exhibition. HYDRAULIC WINE-PRESS. That meohanioal-unndod citizen, Mr. W. R. "Feb, has surpassed his former efforts In his achievement of the "ITydraulio Wine-press," now on exhibition. ' All old designs, plans, contrivances, excuses for prcsies, have to giro way to thin simple sensible, servioablemaohine, which c...

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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. — 13 September 1859

WASTED. w V "WASTS," "FOE HALF." "TO LET." "LOST," "FOUND," 4c, lu this column, occupying UM line . J two Inwrtloiii, twenty-Bye oente. WANTED HOUSE Of 5 or 1 rooms, " . .with modern Improvements. Bant not to Meeed f 3D par moDth. Addreaa P. 0. Box 1,1.3. Pos session September 21. sepiab WANTED SITUATION A sand-paper maker wants employment. He thoroughly iinderstauds tilt business. Audrese X. 1., Penny Press office. 0pl3b TMJ'ANTED SITUATION The adver- ltHT: r,"r roung man, wanta a lima, tlon as receiving, shipping or entry dork, or sales man in a hardware or Iron More; it not afraid of work, and Is willing to make himielf generally um lnl. tan bits good city reference. Apply to EWIN, corner ot Pearl and Broadway, se pl31 17"ANTED SITUATION By a young lady, with a good educaiion, a situation as saleswoman in it dry goods, millinery or bakery tore. Hood recommendations given. Address, witta vul delay, L. JEHillNOS, through the Poiiofflm. eepl3u"J W" AN TED GERMAN GIRL To do general h...

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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. — 13 September 1859

THEPEESS. orrici, 14 via? covrth-stbiit. TUESDAY. ...fsEPTK.UBKlt 13 SIX CENTS VVILLPAYFORTHE PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK. A SONG FOR SEPTEMBER. BY THOMAS W. PARSONS. Vr-tnnber strews the woodland o'er With manva I rillUiUf.il"!-. Tli world is bnchter tliun before Why should cur tiearts be duller) Borrow an 1 1 ho rtvlst Kd", bh I ! noughts and minnv weather, Abm: tliiit ;l-iry am tliu)grhf Agree not wall together. This Ii the parllug eon t!il Tbo time wbsu friends ro fl'-mai And loter now, with manv a ki.i. Their long farewells urn tijlilnj. Wh v k tArch so gaily drosi Thii pomp that autumn boareth A ftiueral seems oh re .-very just A lirioal garment wearfta. Each ous of ns, psrehanee, may lure, on blue mora hereafter, fietarn tot-tew tb rnmdy year, But not with boyl.b langbter; W- aliMl 1 then bo wrinkled mu, Our hrows with silver laden, And thou thlt glD mayst seek again, Hut never more a maiden ' Hn'irr porlnos forsees that "prlng Wi I tuuen bor to-inuis bosom. A'i t that a lew hrief m...

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