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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 14 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, Is trta tod and published daily. (Bnndays excepted,)! FBANCISCO & CALDWELL, At No. 1 Weit Fourth Street, Sd delivered to nibscriberf In CINCINNATI, (JOV QTON and NEWPOBT.and In surrounding oj.tie, Tillage, and towns, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, parable to the carrier. PRICE OP MAILING. Single OoplM, 1 ota.j Ona Month, 40 cta.i Tare Month, It 00; On Tear, 14 00. AMUSEMENTS. Wood's Thea ter OOBNKB SIXTH & TINE STI., CINCINNATI. Jouk A. Ellsleb, Jb Solo Lessee and Manager. Last night but throe of The Star Sisters Helen and Lucille. THI''(Wodneday'l!VEMNG, Septemlier 14, the performance will commence with the domestic drama of moat powerful interest, in tbree nets, called ROSIN A. MEADOWS. Boilna Meadows.. Mis. Lucille. Mr. Moadows Mr. Uann. Harry Mendon ...........Mr. Langdon. Jethro llaxter Mr. Adam.. Oorgn Milton Mr. Bead. Mri. tfoadows Mra.Qilbort. To conclade with JaCK SIIEPPARD. Jack Sliep-ard ..., Miaa Lucille. Jonutliao Wild Mr. I, auction. Kir Bow land Treucua...

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. — 14 September 1859

THE PRESS, AHDT W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL. Diroki ato iaeFairoea.-" . 0FF1C1 XO. 14 VEST rOCHTH UTRfET. CINCINNATI: WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 The Mechanics' Exhibition. We bar been deeply interested :n the every day manifeetationj of publio regard fur the display made for thnin by our mochanios and manufacturer!. Daily and nightly the roowi are thronged with visitors. The different de partment! art aearohed by lome for novelties, to gratify mere curiosity for more odditlei. The majjr portion of vlaltora examine, to aca artlclei beat adapted fur given uies; they patiently obiorve and eoniparo. Intentora and manufacturers are benefited by competi tion. Bach obaervei the itrong points la bin neighbor' tpeoiiueni, and learns to correct bia own deflclencloa. In this regard, the emula tion and rivalry doea all partiei good. Ilavlng given a baaty glanoe about the rooms, we give a few more ipeoifio notiew. HOMINY MILL. OowDr A Wki.sb'h Tprlght Hominy Mill, bero on exhibition, in la praoti...

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. — 14 September 1859

WANTED, "WANTS," FOB SAW, -, tm 108T." VSi0"-". ""Wing V. 1U 1 .on, twenty-Are cent. TED SITUATION A young man, .r- ' well brought np, wmti situation In a good .ileor retail dry gd hoiiH In Cincinnati or icinlty; baa had Ave years' experience, andlsaiiulck penman. Address A. L,, thii office. eplib WANTED PUPILS FOR DKAWING fotwhamte, w fralt and flowers. Leather work, sketching from nature taught In twelve easy lesson. Mr.. SewiNGION, 67 WtutrMt, be tween Walnut and Vino. seplib y ANTED SITUATION A young man who ha been ncoustamed to the retail gro eery trade wants a situation in any capacity where be tliia office. miimboh iiauiui, Aauieaa uuucfcitx. eepUb KTAN TED Those who nosd help, male or .fem' tor city or country, to call and get supplied with cooka, chamber niaiilx, nurse and s.w Iiig girls, nurses for the sick and airla to travnl; also, ulerka, porters, salesmen, mechanics, carriage driv ers, gardeners, apprentices and errand boys. Terma easy, and no deception practiced at m...

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. — 14 September 1859

THE PRESS. OfPICI, 11 WEST FOUBTH-BTKKKT. WEDNESDAY .SEPTEMBER 11 SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOUTHE PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK. THE RAILROAD ENGINEER'S SONG. I love-Oli Iiow I love t ride The Iron Horsu in his Aery pridi'; All other toye seem dull and valu, Wheu I lay my baud un Ma misty mini". Fear him tint ! with bis ribs of sloel, His tlatiiing throat ami his brushing wheel : And htssmuKy crest, so Idackuud tall. Like u pillar com: rod with a funeral lull. Though lua stamping i.lik" the solid giunti'l. And be f hi ten the firu-Uskusall aruiiud i He's r;eutle us leii'ict iu ladv's loin W hin he. tcoli my hand on bis misty mane. Lot niii astride ol'the Iron Horse ; t ull of lioroo lii ry, spood aud t rco . Ami hark how ho pants, uod blows iiud snorts, While my akill bis eager bouudlug thwarts. But lien I'm mounted nu ti la back, nd y on sec bim roming- clear thu track! Nothingcan check bim in hlsconrao, At be thunders along my Irou Hone ! Than luirxn ! the Iron ltorac for me I Tbooitk'U scarce 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. — 15 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, UrtDtedu4nbHiheddailr.(SiuiUnWM td,)t FRANCISCO & CALDW 3LL, At If 6. 14 Wett Fourth Street, and delivered to subscribers In OINOINNA TI, GOT. 1K8TOH and NWPORT,aad la surround! nf cities, Tlllxat ml towai, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, payable to the carrier. . PRICE OP MAILING. Nifla Ooptea, t cts.j On Month, 40 oU.l Three Month, l 00; Oh Tatr, ft 00. i AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater CORNER SIXTH A V1NB Brs., CINCINNATI. Jdum A. Ellsleb, J ..--..Sole Lessee an d Manager. Last night but two of Ths Star Sisteri Helen and Lucille. THIS (Thuriday EVENING, September is, will lie presented the interesting historical drama vailed THE WEPT OF TUB WISH-TON-WISH. Naramattah...-...- ...Miss Helen. ConnucUi't Mr. Laug'lon. Uncas Mr. Lord. Mmor Uougii Mr. Hanu. Satisfaction Skunk .. .. Mr. Adams. Onutont Heatbcote Mr. Head. Faith Heatbcote Miss Annio Waite. To concludo with the laughable comedy called .C , THE LITTLE DEVIL. Carlo, The Little Devil. Miss Lticillo. lion Raphael...... .....

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. — 15 September 1859

AJiDX VMRANOWCO. , JOHN D. CALDWKIJj. ' . sDiroas ako rarnTOB3, , , OTF1CI HO. 14 WIST POCRTH STRUT. Printed by " Caloric." C I 2T C I N IT A T I : Tlll'RSDAY ....SEPTEMBER 18 JTWo return thunk. to Adams's Express Kir late eastern buu tr eewru piijwn, uished in advance of the mails. r . . .1 .r i fur- Inauguration of the Cincinnati Street Railroad. . As the four Iron-grey horses started yester day noon, up Walnut -street, drawlnu; a happy load of passengers the City Council and city press being represented hearty shouts of congratulation and cheers were given for the success of the new movement. Alfred Cutter and Samuel William, owners of the horses, were driven. ' IS A STREET RAILROAD AN OBSTRUCTION? An opportunity has boen given to the people to pass thoinjudgment upon this plan of tran sportation of passengers in tho city. Nones- sarily there is no occasion for complaint by other vehlolos, if a conciliatory and generous feeling oharaoterixes the oonduot of all parties, Greater sp...

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. — 15 September 1859

WANTED. "WANTS," "FOB 8ALH," "TO 11T," "LOST," " fOOND'io., in thlt column, occapylaf Hre linn or lees, two Insertions, twenty -five cent. WANTED AG JEN T To delist tnt Penny Press in Hamilton, Butler Obunt To an enterprising psrsoa, this is a rare c,: nc. WTANTED-LIQHT SPRING WAGON- TTAKTED-HOUSS-By it lady, a fur r , ,n,,llei1 house, centrally located, containing rpm eight to ten well-furnished rooms ; would lie willing to board tho Family for use of furniture. jooiI references tieen and required. Inquire at Mm. WAKtifiK't) Intelligence Ottlce, 308 Welt Fifth -t, . . sopl6-b) VANTED HOW TO MAKE MONEY On tho receipt of one dollar and a postage itaitip, the undersigned w i l mail to ahy address fall J reliablo instructions how tn manufacture twelVo different brand of pure lla,nors from tho raw material, without using any oils or drugs, or any. tiling Imiirions to health. Brandy how militia at from six to Ightdnllnrta gallon, ran be namic. tiired at the small cost of one dollar per g...

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. — 15 September 1859

THEPBESS. ' oirioi, 11 win vocrth-stur. THURSDAY... ..SKtTKSlBEtt Jl5 SIX CENTS WILL PAY FORTH E PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK. STANZAS. Leaf tv leaf the roses bill, Drop liv lrup the apriuirs run drf, Ono or one, uejond recall. Summer tieaullcs fadu and die; lluttlio rose, bloom usaiu, - , And theepiln will gush anew. Id the pleasant .Vprit rein And tliosuuiuior nun slid dew. So. in livtini of deepest gloom. . . . iVb'n too springs of gladness fail, And the rosea iu their kluom . . Drnop like maidens wan am pale. We ahull II ml some hop thst Like silent gem apart, Hidden flirfroin can-lew eye .. In the garden of the heart. t-onte swret hone to rladnesrwei, .ibst will sprlnst afresh and. new, Wlion trlof winter shall have AVd, diving place to fain autl dew goinesweet hope Dial brwhnof irrlll'. Through thu weary, weary time, 'H-Hldlng for Its blossoming. I ii the spirits of glorious cllnio, Jefferson's Wedding. The following soono is from tho Early Days of Jefferson, in tho New York ( 'ontury...

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. — 16 September 1859

THE PENNY PRES8, If printed and pnblbtadrlsily,(8undayi excepted,)!), FEANCISCO & CALDWELL, At No. 14' West Fourth Street, SI del irend to subscriber in CINCINNATI, GOV. OTONand NEWPORT, and in surrounding oitios, mages and towns, at SIX CENTS A WEEK, payable to the carrier. PHIC1? OF MAILING., Bugle Oople, 1 oti.j One Month, 40 oti.l Three Monthw, i go; One Tear, 4 00. , . AMUSEMENTS. ,! "Wood's Theater OOBiTEB SIXTH A TINS Sri., CINCINNATI. Joh A. Eiulbb.Jb Sole Lessee and Manager. Benefit, and last night but one of , The Star Sisters Helen and Lucille. THIS (Friday) EVEN INC), Septraber 16, the per formance will conclude) with the beautiful local drama, in three act 8, entitled LITTLE KATT; Ob, The Hot-cobn Gibl. Little Katy (with songi),........ ,.Mis Helon. Jkugono Swlloy Mr. Langiion. Coruoy Joe Mr. Adams. Traverse Mr. flann. Mrs: Medley ........ Mlaa Waita. Wild Meg Mrs. Gilbert. Tne performance will commence with THJS FRENCH HPY. .. . Mathilde de Mori. "I - 1 Henri St. A...

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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. — 16 September 1859

TEETH PRESS. ANDY W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL. editors mo rttnuiTou. OmC SO. U WW? FOURTH BT'MT. CIKOIJTHATU RI DAY '--,--,. SKPTKMBE J.6 3T3orerl notices of the irttoles of oui advertisers la the Mohotcs Exhibition Deoessarily deferrsd, will be jiren to-morrow. The Mechanical Exhibition. A stair of fcotiva-minded, ingenious men at tend, with their machines, at the Ohio Me onanlos' Exhibition sums of them with prom ising, praotlcil, progresiive Instrumentalities which will bleat and improve society. Other attend with models wbiohindioatasotue talent, bat It is mitappliod the plan it immature, and hence their mosey hat been squandered to so purpose. We examined what is claimed ti be a otw power constant levtrago power eranMess rotary. Mr. J. HlTHiWAT, of Mil waukie, Wlacomln, attended the fair yester daj with the model of a orankleis rotary, a pulley leverage, by which the full foroo of the motive power to which it it designed to be an attachment la constantly exerted having a reg...

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. — 16 September 1859

it WANTED. FANTS," "FOB BAtl," "SO LIT,1 "LOST," IioCND,"ointhlioolomn, ooeaprtng It lines r leu, two Insertions, twenty-Ore oenti. MTANTED PATIENT A yono man who hu had some experience in an English Lunatic Asylum wlshei to take charge of en insane . patient. Salary moderate. Address W. V. H., Post office. sepl61i TsMaTANTEDTO WHOLESALE LIQUOR w PEALEHS A vounar man of niMrinM wlahca employment aa traveling agent; apeaks the principle languages, and li well acquainted through the country. Address 0. 0. B., Irj'a Hotel Main streot sepltc WANTED IMMEDIATELY At the. Telegraph Home, No. 338 Western-row, a woman who understands housekeeping. Apply im mediately. Good wages to a suitable peiaon. . seplS-tf WANTED MEN Situations for Clerks, Book-keepers, Saleamen, Porto re, Coopers, Bar-keepere, Mechanics, Ac. Alio, business chance for men with large and email capital. Apply to HALK A CO., Merchant' Clerke Keglstry Office, Ml West Fifth-street. seplO-li WANTE D SITUATION By a young man who...

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. — 16 September 1859

THEPEESS. OMICI, 14 VEST lOURTH-BTBEKT. FRIDAY-. .SKPTKMBBIl 10 SIX CFNTS WILL PAY FORTHE PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK. WItl, ot often that as pathetic a ballad u the following finds ita war into print : I'p in Podunk, where the thiatls I Ulooms, dies and rots: Where the winter whirlwinds whlitli AU around tha lota u. ' Lives the s'lekeet gal ton trer - Saw In all your lire ; Ankle like a blue beech lever Voice Ilka a file. A I aat by her a-oourtin', Calm and serene 'With her apron the waa aporlln', Checkered and clean. Mingled waa our hair together, all day we eat, A ohawio' gum In wintry weather, ' ' ' Happy as fat. And I stuck to her Ilka teailes, Numinor and fall ; But sue went off with the measles, ' Ankle aud all. An Editor's Dream. A b&ohelor editor, out West, who had reoeivod from the fair hand of a brido a piece of elegant wedding enko to dream on, thus gives the results of his remark utile experience: put it under the head ol our pillow, shut otir eyes sweetly as an infant, bl...

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. — 17 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, b printed and t nbllahed tUr. (Sunday excepted,) bf FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At Ifo. 14 Wt Fourth Street, and delivered to rabserlber In CINCINNATI, OOV. INQTON ud KIWPOBT.andln lurronndlng cltle, village and towm, at SIX"CENT3 A WEEK,1 ' fsjabl to the oarrlor. "" price of mailing. 81nU Ooptes, t ott. One Month, 40 cuj.; Tan , Month., SI 00; On Year, 14 00. AMUSEMENTS., 'Wood's Theater OOBNBR 8IXTH TIKI 8m., CINCINNATI. Jobh A. Rllblbb, Jb Bolt Lessee and Manager. Farewell of The Star Sisteri Helen and Lucille. THIB (Saturday) EVENING, 8eptmber 17, the performance will commence with the celebratod drama of . . . . i - DON CKSAB DE BAZAN. Son Ciesar Mini Lucille. Muritana.w.M ...w Mint Helen. Churl II....; Mr. Head. Son Jose Mr. Lord. Marquis Mr. Kllsli-r. Lomnllo Mian A. Waite. Countess Ura. Gilbert. After which, a favorite Dance tr the Marshall Children, their first appearance. . . . , To conclude with tho interesting historical drama called THE WKPT OF THB WISH -...

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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. — 17 September 1859

THE PRESS. AND W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL. 1DITOBJ AXD raOPBItTOM. i . orrio no. H w8T mm btrkit. CINCIN1TATI: SATURDAY...... SEPTEMBER. IT Our Mechanics. Judging by tne proofs on exhibition la the Fair at Pike'i Opera-honse, our mechanics are in tbe highest rank of merit. But how inade quate ars the evidences in-doori, compared with those out-doors. Our elty wantt are abundantly supplied, and our surplus ia so abundant as liberally to support a brisk com- meroe in transporting the articles made in our workshops to distant Slates. One is pleased with the evidonoes of thrift and industry among our native youth. We oan enumerate some shining examples now in position, who imoioea a fondness for meohanlos, devoted themsolves singly to the developmoatof their pcooiiar ipooiality, and have triumphed taken high ground in the walks of usefulness. In tbe fair we have seen numerous epeolmcns of oompuoatea machinery, well got up, by lads. The classes in drawing and designing oon duoted eao...

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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. — 17 September 1859

WANTED. "WAHTS," "FOB 8AX1," "TO tIT." "LOST," "F0CND,"4o.,in fhlseolumn, occupying tWa lines or loss, two Insertions, twenty -flye cents. "VlANXED A. COMPETENT FEMALE, , "j "h, '0 capital to In rest, to go to Clove' land, Ohio, in company with a phyaiclan, to take oliarg.or ai.tt of Dr. Karshner'a KiVctrlc 4ath?K whom will be given such, an interest in the business " Iwurtlo Her ii to ilO pw day. AlsoYphyst ciani.orouallfied yonng men. with St win engage in the IntroWtfon aSd .ale of rXht. for tk. VEfANTED SITUATION - A married .man wl to obtain a Situation aa nnrfer In "rTJlllZl; 'Tf ,r '''""ion on'oSSof ti e add?. J 5 P'n'-t.8'', nnow given. Please rSEStiiZiS ?""Mca-or TANTED-AN APPRENTICE A boy hn.i!,...l S?od' "fMIL' "V01" to l8n tb printing fcrlSia u t.'" hft h- om experience pre. Arret). AUdreu M., care Penny Preai Office sepub TED-TO PURCHASE An Interest ,, . , in uine respecuDie mnnulactnrlng business tliat is -paying a good profit, or Homo mercantile buai. iTw?- lie ,"l!;t...

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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. — 17 September 1859

THEPEESS. OmCI, M WIST POUBIH-STHMT. SATURDAY.. -SEPTEMBER 17 THE GIRLS. Godblosi the girls, Whose golden curls Bund with our evening dreams; They hannt our lives Like spirit wlros, Or-as naiads burnt the streams. Ther soothe our pains, They All our brains With dreams of sunnier hoars. . Ood bleu the girls, . . Uod bleu tbelr curls, Ood blew our human flowers, , CARRIE. I bare little cousin, . She's scarcely Ave years old, Her eyei as blue as boavea, . Aud bor locks are shining (old: Her brows a lily petal. And nor cheeks a damask rose; She's a winsome little ronin And mis sue aijiust knows. . Her glad, blue eyes are beaming Like tbe sunshine on the ear tin .Ami she laughs aay the shadows With beruflorvescing mirth: She dances like a fairy, . With footsteps light and free, As bright u auy inoei. Ibis Carrie is to rue. Why Women Cannot be Great. I have been considering the question an interesting one, of course, to my mind and 1 have fathomed the difficulty. It is not from a want of ...

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. — 19 September 1859

THE PENNY PRESS, laprrated ajidpublisheddny,(BandamxwptKl,)by FRANCISCO & CALDWELL, At No. 14 West Fourth Street, nd delivered to mbscrlbere In CINGINHATI, COT INOTOK sod N KWPOKT, ted in surrounding titles. Tillages and town, et . SIX C I NTS A WEEK, nraM to the carrisr. PRICE OF MAILING. Single Copies, I ota.; On Month, 40 cU.i TtarM . Months, i 00; Ob Year, i 00. . . AMUSEMENTS. "Wood's Theater COBNER SIXTH ft VIA! Sts.. CINCINNATI. Ji'iiy A. KitsiFB, Ja.......8ole Lessee and Manager. Oompllmentwy benelit to Mr. J. 1). TOZEIt, upon hli utireincnt from live stage. THH 'Monday KVKNTNO, Ucptmbor 19, will lui presented tho celebrated Urania of TUB WANDEBINQ BOYS OF SWITZERLAND. Lurllne Mr. J. B. Toier. Paul -.......... ..............Miss Lucillo. Justin Hiss lie-en. Count da Croissoy .......... ...Mr. fjaua. Jtoland ....Mr. Lord. ilaronuss -...Mis Annio Waito. Mnrceline Sin. 0. U. Gilbert. After which, the well-knowa burlesituo of TUB LADY 01' THE LIONS. Polly Ann lira. Harry Cha...

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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. — 19 September 1859

THE PBESS. 4HDY W. f B ANCISCO. JOTIN D.CALDWKLL. I0IT0U AITS FSOFBI1TOBS. crrioi no. 14 wist fourth btuit. CINCINNATI: MONDAY. ..SEPTEMBER. 16 Penny Press—Circulation. The Increase of circulation of the Pksni Pbiss within tb past thirty days it unpre cedented in th history of newspapers in th West. If It grows ia like ratio for the nex three months, our blanket cotemporaries wil have to "hang their harps on the willows." "Cheap reading for the million" is our motto. The Foreign Arrival. f We hare meager reports oy the Borunia ur to the Sd Inst, from London. Nothing is fur cished In reference to the steamship Prria. Two Political Doctors. We have recently had two of the Illinoit faoulty of opposite schools of medioine on r hasty tour to this infected political district. One or two of the illustrious politicians o the State have cornson their toes, and as the? represent each large circles of friends in pol itios, two doctors came among us to prescrib. their nostrums for remedies. Doc...

Publication Title: Penny Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 19 September 1859

WANTED. .3ANT8,,"'m BklJt" "TO lKT'" "108T." rOCND,"e.,toth,eolllmni ocevpTlDf Art linM or ten, two Insertions, twsnty-ave cents. VANl-SDAXTCTIONEERS-To notice u i,'5."1?'"'!'''"". situation m;4'Vn,,'! ! city, or to travel Vest a sales- vVjtxchMige, l fi ""ess UAUKua AMES, Broad- 8Bpl9b VET-ANTED-HELP-Clerki, waiters, port- jndatshle-work.oneortwo Industrious ??nk .1 Mn-r-"0'1 "! lo female servanta for ;?hl,Ji",ng;r?"?l,c,lIubirn'l nurse girls. Apply tt?G.'!!"ml luraiaiion "d Agonoy Cfflco, Ho. wk ;-We respectfully solicit tho palronnfe of all "00 wish to hire choice help, either insle or female, ourternisareso very mode rate 'hat they cannot fall tO flivflHal flfnitlnn In -Il ul.n ... fu... ...1.1 11 SerTt, remember that our mode of doing business Is different from that of any other office in the city. Uive us a trial. A, D.HABBONACO. y A N TE D - CABINET MAKERS ,.To Seven good cabinet-makers. Apply at No. in Sycamore, ouo door above Fourth street, east J0 .. nepl'J-lj YlAXTED-HELP...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Penny press. — 19 September 1859

THBPEESS. OFFICI, 14 VIST I0UBTH-8TBBHT. 1UOXDAY.. WKPTilMBKR 10 Advertised Letters. T 1ST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN JLj the Cincinnati l'ost-ofaoo Batpsjuy Eviisixu, September iNlKnl. . . fir All loiters adveitised are uljeot to an rsrtra rlr.i-K-c ol one ra nt. Pernor. railing lor th em will plus i' in- prepared with the necessary c1iihii?c t T Persons calling for these biters will pleas say I!' .-v mlt' rtisril, ami eivo ntimbor anil dato of Its'; J St" Tli iirjice n ill .1111 at W A. .M. and .Iimb at oJj )' M. Sundiiv-i-Oilicowill ui'i'ii frouillA.M. toll). A ''I. BJJ"TlK-li.4Moif ininailoup every Salunler in: , between ;and 4 o'clock. und embraces all "in ua t,.' I bd-for letters of that week. . , . . . riTOn Saturdays tho oflica Is dm! from J n'.iock P. M. fur Ibo purpose of preparing the Mtwr No. 38.—September 18, 1859. LADIES' LIST. tbikmm Ann Anthony Mrs Louis BMIryMrsASW I'on lli! MiesCyl.-udaM Riirk Mii CiJIariiie a i:.kMI'. Ajuallui lilckMi-sfJ Barnes ?I" hln li irj Vr- Po...

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