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"wawtii" rnn CAT.s." "ros 'lin."
08T," -rvVVD,"' 'OATIHO,,' As. Ad-
ittaemmits cnmlng trader theso headings, not sx
Ming On 11 dm, will b. Inserted twine for 3 osnts.
VANTFIs OIRL--TO dn ths tiotiMworft of a
mull family. Apply it 18 BiUTHlt. n30 b
iVANTBP A girl to do general honaawork,
f V ttHo. H5 Eighth-street. IwMb
ir A NTFB-W ET-NUB.11F. Ons who run com
V well recommended. Apply at 100 West
fourth st .upstairs. noSO-h
sxTANTBD A healthy women wants a iltn
, Hon bb wet nurse. Apply at teaorgsj.
a--.. 1-.. . .. u-1 m ... .1 xi , , , , tioSO-b.
flTAHTED-TWO GOOD GI RLS-OnssaOook,
i V V the other as Charabsrmatd.
tely. at 133 Bmadwsy
WANTKB-A OHILDB NUR9K-An S-mer.
'v lean or flarm.n woman, to go to New York
Oil 4:17 Went 8lxth-st.
TBI GOOD CA P-M A K ER8 lm-
lilrd and Fourth. nn2Q tr
t 1 btwea Third and Fnnrth
WANTKIV-SITUATION Br a healthy wo
. man, n wct-nnrw, with good reference. In
1'ilre at tf4 Pleretm-et. roOT-b
WANTKP-A fow h(Mrdrra, in a rrivate fm
llv mt llmava. What aid ft. bitWPOB
hew and Seventh. no2S-d
WW a am l Mm r nu
Hferml, Addre W. A., PrM Office.
To do tho hnneirork for
ou Walnut 111 1 In. A Gorman
11TATK0-A ffrntlemnn and bM wifa cna
' v acmnimnated wttb noara n
rimiir. Iioferencpe (tivon and
Sox ,,0IM at the Pre-a Office.
IVWTKD-GIRL-Tocook, wah andiron at
34 Kat Seventh-it., brtwoen Sycamore and
'ro.dnay; Ueiman strl preferred; family email.
VANTFi-B00!tf By two yonng ladle, wn
wW fnrnlnhcd, wlthor without board; term tftod-
rate; roferencea exchanged. Add reel tain L. li.t
hrutifth tl.e-PMtuUira. no30-b
immrANTFO iIHL A Prot.tant girl who irn
m" d mtinds ffemral hnne-wirk, li wanted hy a
wall family. Apply at 3J0 Clark-it., below Free
VANTKD-8ITUATItN-Agroom or Indoor
ww scrranti by a man who hai nd expor ence ,
aa wno can mm weu recocaiaenaoo. Aunrsa u
r at Prow Offlce. no29-b"
WANTED PUHCH ASK R8 To well Oertlff
cutea'nn Ohio Commercial College, for lllinoii
rotht-r nncurrent money. 1 nail Ire at onth-Wfit
cornor Main and I'earl, third t ry. no29-b
WW and piMitrr work
A COOK Who nndorfltanfta meat
rnrk alno a washwoman and a
a -boy-at tue ALaanon uone, vovington, Ky.
lWANTIn-A GOOD WEKMAN GIBfj To do
ITT hMmework one who can epoak English
flnqnlre at S'i5 Broadway! between Sixth and 8eT'
LWWA NT E D- A BTTUATION By a woman, aa
f ww cook in a hotel, dlnirg-eakxin or prirate
boardfngwhoQBf oc-aa leauBtrbas,
Address 000 K,
.uui. wuoteml. or retail oatnblUhmnnt,
aa clerk, or to tnnke himself generally unoful. SnU
ary no orject. Addree. L. 8., Pre.. Office. nn30-b
l'lK.bnra and Whoelinc
Jnona, will n. ttoucnt at tM. Dt rnrea.
w w Mane, will h lioucht I
(JAirlKliD i UKHTKAV,
No 197 E.t Front .treet.
L1VANTKD-J50.O00 of Mortese Nofeslnd
7?V BnsiueM Paper by W. II . PHILLIPS. Real
EataU, Kot. and Bill Broker. 83 Wwit Ibirdtt.
I Inot xl '
I VVANTKD-A LIKKNRS9 IN OIL 0OL0R3-
a WW v.. ) . - . n r.r a i
JOHNSON'S Gallery, Nioih and Malo; they are very
ueaiimui. Amuroivpe. iir in couw; Ota procures
copied and .olarfred In oll.colnr.. . no30-b
WAMTED INK LI K KXK83KS They are
Mai daily at Al'PI.k.0 ATK,S great Uknne
Depot, toner JTifthand Main; correct Miniature, far
nine centa; Iwantifnl Colored Picture., in fanry
c&aen, at on. third tuo price other, charge. 0030-b
ANTED Large Picture, for aeyenty-rlvo
cents, in gilt frames, formerly sold for V
Txamim specimens at thednorof APPLBQATK 3
Mammoth Ualtery, corner Fifth and Main-ate. He-
ware of imltat r in tho art. ' noao.u
ITANTKO-Ladlr. in t(wn and coontry can
? V depend ori ge'tlnif rvliabls help at tha Me-
tmpnnian jreaiaie employment iimce, n. uonic
-worth-st. be vera 1 respectable glrla waiting ea
g.gementa. A lady attends no3o-b
WANTM-TOD N Q- -M KN A Fronchmn,
-with tne beat of reference, and educated in
the highest teollee in France, wanU a few young
tnev desirona of learning the French lanfruage.
Addrea. W. B., PMea OIBca. nu2tf-d
iwrun- A LA BOB LIKBNErt8-ln a
fniHi. f.ir 2ft eent. the flame aa are now hn.
log sold in other gal'erlo. for 7 cents at oow-
lliil maguincent uauery w art, no. u
vwraNTVn PtTft'lHAHRR For a Storo-boi
TT nearly new. and In first-rats condition.
wintwiAMittimut haraaln. IHuet be Hold be
fore Saturday nut. Apply to J. 011. MOO KB, Art
Talar., Newport Ferry. ; noW-tf
T ATKD Hy a middle-aged American widow
V lany a aituatlon aa nouseaoeper, or w
in - raniii Ko nhinetion te so to the eointry.
The be.t of reference, giren and required. Address
D. J., nonaeKseper, no. s.- wsbi oeveutu-.uvu..
-h A t ' J Men Mekln. aitnat'.ns as clorks.
WW .oio.man hmtk .keenera. Bortera. brakeamen.
or other kind, either in the city or to go noiun,
should apply at ths Kmployment Kfflc., 13 Third
at., near Vine, second story. A good chauc. I. opon
tor a yonng man to go oomo. nw--
"SAVANTFD-A MAN With $J3 to f 1, to take
W W nf . m. anil MlpaaiLnt bnalnesa this
winter, and to a-alst in tho same next Bummer. It
vsiU b. worth to hlra over :iai year. Apply at
the Fmployment Onlos, 93 Third bi., nearyine,
.coed etury. - now a-
tkwrANTEri SITUATION By one Who nnder
V v .tend. WhMler A Wilson's sewlog-machlns.
A sltnatiosi a. seamstress in a private .aiiuiyi nu .in
jections to do light chamber-work; good credentials
furiilibea. Apply at I'lum-Sl., or lanranji,
n. s inoioua.i, ' "
-anv.HT with a r.aah oanital of
lanrnu. untiMS .nS Tollv rsnraiiaDUa la
tils own hand by valuable merchandise sasy to sell
nt any tlms; pronte, dlviaena, or interest ana ssiiuy.
given;- thoro is . rare opportunity to mak. ra ioey
.afely. Address P. H., Fostoac no30-b
WANTED A OIBLtTo work by . mschiu.
on coats. Only sushineed apply as .re capa-
S.1. r, riin. mm. Ihlnu halnnaitis to a coat. Wages.
bO and ffc per week Work promised all wluter
to a good hand, at 171 at ourtn-sl,, pstwsen r
and Elm, up .tolrs. - noi-n
. aainnivra & SITU ATlftV Bv a roung man
WW . Ai.i . In - .hnlnul. m retail Jowelrv.
Kotlons or Grocery Store, or a. porter in a Drug,
tors. Will make himself generally useful. No ob
lectiaai to so to th. country. Address I. O. M , this
"WANT ET Hen sseking situations as clerks.
T salesman, twoK-keepsrs, oar-aeepeni. ppr.ora,
waiters, ooopera, carpenters, suechaulcs, laborers.
. i . i . i j i -v.- uun...nta' I I - p Ir u
ailU Ulll.lin. nil mm in nui.ir . " " ' , .
litialstry OlBoa, Wslout-streot. UALH A 00.
WANTS D TOUNO MBN The subscribers
wiab to employ (en young msn, of good habits
nd good addreas, to travel ana introduce soma uoar
And vai-v rM.aular works. Illnatrated with stosl and
obrd enslaving., and elegantly bound. Apply
iintnediatcly at AS VVeat Fourth-st., second Boor.
Ml n i in a in ... r 1 1 ! i-im
OAHIINO-Oor, B'ftrdiD end room n, nd
VYOATi Of NO Two yonog lad lea can fee acooia
M doUaU-d wi'h board by calliug at 10B
t litu-ai. ALU a ttw oay-poaonera. ao.w-u-
ROARDIMJ1-! number of .ti. geutla.ea
can b aocammotUtud with boat ding at 'iO'sl
AVaiDut-at.. Deiwrwa hub aa ptjua. noo-x
0 A It II NO-A geatlemaD and wife and a few
M tihgl (uHtUmen can l aocommodattMi with
cuiiif4rtatr tx ard, aad rooroa, aither furoinhert
varurntriiea, at gixm-an. no-w
IfOilK 1IN(W A few Aret-uloM boardara can
irc(iutoodi.,aa wita pifsuan t luraii hea or un--turoiehod
rooms, at No. JCaat fourth atroet.
,Aiv a law aay-D'wiat'ra. nm-o-
OAHDINO-One or twoaiogle gAutlemna oaa
.Jivbe aceimmodattl with a uioly-fiirnl8h(d
roota and hoard, la an Eaatern family, at No. 1
ju-Re-tt.t MMoaa ttoor a do to num. iwnw ra-
auuabia . r DoJOD"
HBOARnirVO-Oon aerond -ator froat room.
Am uawlv Dttnered and tottinted. furoithad or uu-
furnlahr'd. with board, for a contlauian and ladr.
-iwo sautleaieu. Also, a a. ogle aontlmaQ acoom-
jni-fi a tfrt v applying at 1 I Kit
-iriA U HNAL-A lady wisbec to acpt a healthy
JL Anieiicau or German eirl, from tt,o to twelve
.years of age who will be irr-aUd aa hr own,
Weil cloth. and educated. Apply at 100 Juhn-tt.,
iMrYfj jnira. noiyo
AtUTOlsKN-bTOP THlltyTaken from the
'79 ti m, rucr of Oiitra'-ar. and Itinerty at.,
Tiieadav night, a email gray pony.
1 nr1 Will fm puin ir irg Tr. iTwrv
A auilable r
sfiiTHAVRlt-SJl RKWARD-Btrared or stolen
livm CONKLlsl'li Miatde, corner of Oentral-av.
n i.rtief'tv-sB., on Tuesdsy night, . gray oony.
-..eaoovs nwara will bs psia lor us recovery. .
- ' . THIS DAT, MOW. iu. AT A P. M.
For Parkaraburff. Marietta and Ur'healinsi.
aijTBAftlKa OOI HI E1L 1JAPT. IHA -ON
O for tlissbuvs noi-u " .rr-
uial . T. McHURNI, Agent. lltHT
8outh-wt Corner Main nd Fourth-tt.
. .. ( inciwwati emo,
tfw rn-v-kg and Watches repaired by xpart.nsea'
Wiatsasaass. - . , u sa. tt-ai ti
littl tiMf-d, la ffd order. and oompltlr fiir
ntbM Prlc iff, t IT Hathftw&r-t. qo.W.6
;OK HAI.K-A. r0WrK0T((NlCRT-IWlii
A1 rM-dWinAM. VU1 t told rMioniblr. Ap
If kl 3 1 4 ttin-iit. aoCT-t
f mTr PAl,B-JOW To smlil nd othr-A
gentle Milch Cow, on hr third oalf Applr to
Mr. 1IVNHY tiM'HKMTKB. t th liftfi-wftr1
tioww. Maln-at.. Coring ton. f imm Ph'H
hght Carriage and Huron, at a bargnln. It
arfc.fcd fur aoon,
AririrtM Pol UiH.
cpj It and ch. Trsna )
, one Mackr
hnrhiiz Wajionl. Buff-
git,e.t. Apply to J. R PALM Kit, Bank-it.
TOOK HAIiR-TwMva Omnfb.i
M: n foiir.horp wann.
IjOIt PA I.K of two Horrvs. The owner
. dtMti not rpiiire two for thr winter, and will eell
on cheap. A Riipnrlor busftr hornc. Sl'Al, or a good
work honft. Mar U moo at ItUITKRMfL-
LKH'B Htables, Ootirt-Bt. nn30-b
IpVTl HAl.F-PBlNTINO-OFriCR The whole
1 orore-hairof a flrt'elae J h Prlntinst-offlne,
dlngafxHl htuipeea. Addreaa Potoffl Iix N.
Offi'h real Lame, stating where ao Intnrrlnw
may be bad. no'Jft-h
F()H PAIif5--C n K A P-D0G8-A handsome
yTg ftutl Terrier, all white, and from ira-ptt-d
stock i also a nice New York blick-and-tun
Terrier ( nn be seen at CHAUlfc HfcBB BKT8
Pit, .14 Water st. noZH-d
I?R 8AI.B-0R KXOHANOiC A floe mill
. property and fit'toen acren of excellent Innd.
vith a good hoiue and hnlldlngs, In Highland
IV.nntv. ttlitn. nna mile from the Cincinnati and
H))tHl.(T ufih Railroad, two and a half miles weat of
i. ncn iiiirg. epn in urn rn i niwuciirior inn
thirt en ml lee nt of H illbor . Kh,on the ea.t fnrk
of lite Liltle Miami Blver. The Grfat and 8aw
mllla rr both lii complete running order and doing
anexreMout bniif-eft; nre located in the mldntof a
f ne wheat acclinn of cmintry. and near good timber.
Will be sold at a bargain, ana terms made etuy. The
pajmenie ran ue met irom tne prnntei in mim;
nr thn nmnrirtor will exrh;inff tho vronertT for a
gftrrtl farm worth, say from f 2 W to fx oon over the
value of the mill proporty, and pav the balance la
cash. - BAM h A. 8AKUKNT, - ..
Ne. t AtIIo Building,
Bo27-d K. W. oor. Fifth and Walnut-st.
IOTl HIK-H0f;8BS AN LOTd-A two
. titnrv Bi ick. Hon no of fwven room, on south
nido of KiRlith-ct , between Monnd an Cutter; l;t
5 teot iroui by lujyi jcetaeep, to an uorn-sc , will
hn enld low.
A three story Brick Ilone of ten rooms, well fln
lohcd thronfihont. on the sortth side of Right-tit.,
near Cutter; Lot 2ft f eet front by IQiM foet deep, to
Two two-story Bilrk Hmisoa of eight rooms each,
on euulh side of Third nt between Kim aud Plum;
Lot V3 fppt front bv 10(t f. nt def n
A three-stor Bri k llne of nine rooms and
bneomont, on Fourth at , nar Mill.
A three-story Brick Hore of ton rooms, well on
lain A ihmiiffhont. nn l.otiirworth -st.. went of l'ark
A two-Atoiy Brlrk Houso on Loagworth-at,, near
Centrfcl-av., for J.ono.
A three etory Brick Ilnnfe of nine rooms, well
finished thrflUKbout, on eouth s do of Longwurthst.t
A Brick 'llnuae of eight rooms, on the corner of
ueorge Ana itnce-sii, - -
A twti.atorv Itrlrk TTnnsn of nix rooms, and Tjot M
1T(ljDftt, on north aide of Goorge-st., near Bay-?
A'pw'BTTrV'honsa on Tloukins-st.. near Bay-
A three-story uncn noupe 01 nine iwrnn, ou nup
ins-Bt., near Linn, for J2,7M. eaav pnymenta. t ,
A twp-eory Brick Hone of ten rooms, well An
Vhed throughout, on Mnth-at. near Klin, for
J WO tnree-." Uric nu. vu uwuu miw vi
liinth-flt., near fcace. '
A llrirk Hmiae i?n Vnrk st.. nenr Freeman! Lot 25
feet front by iro foet Jeep to a twenty foot street.
A Urirk limine, in excellent order, with gas. on
Clark-st , for $3,(VjO.
Two entirely new two story Brick House,, on Poplar-fit.,
near Beymiller, for 1 2.MW each.
A thrce.stnry Brick Hnusei.f nine rooms, on north
Ide of Mnth-st., near Baymlller, fir $1,010.
Four two-.tory aRd-baeenient Brick Hnnee. of
Ix rooms each, and Lots, on south side of Warie-st.,
between jmmeyaua areeman. uen. lor wsou per
year, for o.
A twofitory Frfrme Hons, and Lot n th. aorth
ide of Eighth-et., near John, rr tl.AOO.
A two-etory Biirk House of flre rooms, on south
side of Barr-st., between Baymiller and Freeman,
for $2,000. ,
A twn.story Frame Honse of six rooms, on north
aide of Bettn.st.; rear Lot is 2 feet front by to feet
deep to an alley, with a Brick Stable.
A two-story Brick House ofeiglit rooms, on south
Ido rf Gest-at., between Baymillar and Freeman,
for f 3,900. . , ,
A two-story Brick Bona, of eight rooms and attic,
on south ride of Kourth.st i near Stone, for 1,7.'i.
Two trrame uottage., on aouin .too oi ropiar-p.,
'botween B.ymiller and Dudley, for Si ,100 each.
Vill be anld tr gather or separately, tosuit.-. .
Also, a number of Houses and Lots in Covington,
Newport, Waut EiUa and Blount Auburn. Boms
DA.UKIJ A. OAn't&fi 1,
No. ft Apollo Buildings,
no7?-d If W. comer of Fifth and WnlmK-afa.
170R BENT-A neatly-furnished room
. clotbes-nreas. nr.. Ao.
Apply at 30 Long-
non RENT Houm and lot on East walnnt
JL' uill.j wltn stgnt rooms, near uiwi i aumri,
JL' liill., with sight rooms, n
Address J. N. T., Press Olllce.
IJ01l RENT-A pltaaant tvn on the aeoond
floor, furniih.d and kept in order. Central loca
tion and term. moderate. Apply at 134tierga-iit.,
between Central-ay. ana Joun-.i. nooo-n-
WOR, KENT-No.a04 6ycamors.t. Large
peranram. Feeee.sion sivea immsuiawiy. Appiy
at tv'i, next door. noW-c
I7MIR BENT-The Brick Hons. 113 Laurei-st.
. Has eight rooms, gas, water, and is ill good
order. Ioqulr. of xr. 11CBPUY, 209 Wwt Boy.
vsaiikn P PT-Ta t deairabl. tenant that oor-
m? tion ol the Stor. ItiH Fourth-st. fronting on
Flm-st , suitable for an office or small atom. Ap
ply at 34 Walnnt-Bt.. or on the premises. noM-b
FOB. BENT HOU8R A two-story Brick
Honse, sontalnlngtlvs rooms, cellar, cistern and
nihn ln.nmm,nli .itnateH on SJt. Adams. Aoelv
at 4 East Jilh st., bstwesu gysasiur. and Bri i.
voiw w KNT Honao No. HI B Fourth-street.
SD newlv tanntsd-aed naoered. contains twelv.
rooms, gas, bath, cistern, larga yard and stable on
alley In tha rear. Addnat "0. J. J.," Box H-ti,
1'ostonios lermB iw per anniun. uuav-o
iH RENT A HOUBB-Of six rooms, with
every convenience ( large vard ; grapss, rruit,
l with ons acrs or more ol ground, ll wan, sn
situated In Wist Covington, mlnntes' s alg
from the leny. Apply to .uaa w. nun.ii,
West Ihlrd-st. "".-"
POK BKNT-A GOOD BRICK HOUSS-Con-tainlng
fourteen rooms, with out house and
fardnn attached, situated on Biver-road. In Btorrs
ownship. - Bent (Moo per annum. Apply to 8.
MENKEN A HONS, 6'-) West Fiflh-st., between
T ST-OB BTOLBN-
M A promissory nets.
-On Thnradav afternoon.
Mm-m rrumiawirv 1. 1 in. uv- w ua- -' i .-.
months (with interest), for tMi, drawn by Adam
11 .. ..... n in la.nrnl K'l Itm ll.RT .! 1 nil (irmiMl II.
Michael Zlegler. Henry Hutat and M. Ooepper. All
persons are warned againBt purchasing ths same.
T OST-COW A psls-red Cow, about six years
xLdld. medium huras. Strayed from a drove
brought to tbe city on Wedueaday, November
, .us weij
Any on. returning her to th. Welghmaster, at ths
Hrignton nonee. win
A"riy u (' uuubo, w
TT OfST-A AM AL L TKBRTKK-Blackicpt
suviaill anntm nn tk tnM And tovar tha eves
irinsi in tha mut?, which r newly clipped, i
tcftrcelr fao)ed. Answer to th Dttmn or Oarlo."
ITraviOM Nll.K-HV JACOB GRAFF A l
J Sales-rooms. No. 1H K 'Fourth-streot.-tAOD
French Lithographs la Gilt Frames at Auction.
TUkbUA Y FlO n N I NUJlecember 4th, at W o'clock,
at our store. No. tM Fast Fourth-street, will
sold at Auction, ZOO Colored Lithographs In New
Ollt Frawsa. They will be oa exhibition all
Monday. . noju
A ITnTlON HAT.R-BY JACOB GRAFF A
W l args Hale of Furniture. Fiano, Ao
FHIDAT MOHNINO, November So, at t q'clock,
win unajin ai uni diuiviiv, a 9 baa. a uunu-a.r
. largo kit of Furniture, comprising a gen-ral
varieiy. . t.oauj jai.ud unar i , AtKHiuneir.
A I'CTION HALH-BT JAOOB GRAFF A
j m Vcrv kxclLiut Ftirnitur. at Auction.
1IOMI1I B1U11MNU. December 3. St 9t odo
will be sold, all tba Fnrulture of a dwelliiia.houae.
304 Nmth-st., west uf John, which is of superior
Qualliy. raritcuisrs in luiure auvertisemenc.
J unasr. Auciioueer.
no59 No. IS Bast Fourth-st.
A I'CTIO.N 8AI.K-BT KELLOGG A WILL-
m. I A BJd Balsa-rooms ! C Slid J t Kaat Third,
at Paaiiilirokar'a rUla tin F K I LAY MOBNINil.
Noveaibsrao, at.9s o'clock. . BtiK:k of Unredeemed
Iicdaes, of raliuihle Gi Id Watches, Silver Watobos,
Uiauiob.s, tlraceleta. Uln-sels, void Lnalus, aol
vsneiy,aiwa so shssoau.
orj A. n Kutitniu, aucttoneer.
A I tTIOls NAI.K-BV MOHTCN A BHD. -It
m. I'taerwrtter.-.w srsiiotus, ni.. 7ai, nv
f.'X Went Front-.lreet. iianieged Good, at Auc
tion, for account of lunrwrilera aun otners.
.ill anil on IHIIlAY MORNING. November
at nine o'clock, 9i0 barrels of damaged Flour,
tK-xes Of cn-ssa, a tut. ol liuttsr, so uarrsts oi
Anulus and a lot of Mturi-li.
A LrHi Ten and . half barrel! of Whtts Fish,
Al Hi Wash-boards, Olgara, Ac.
AT HOA fine lot of Amrrloaa Table Cutlery
a w 1 1 saoriea pi or iiry.uiKKi., not oaraiigea.
BUBiss . aao sufluuaara.
riuHf.H'i m it
lOHioTAU ss. ll. D. inaintHiriatn sua
Alitclieil (partners as R. 8 Ohamborlalo A t
principal, au. maoa t;nain?ia v ooua. g-rnisue..
ttefors N. Merchant. J. P. of Cineiueatf Tjvuauio.
ilasiliUin (kiiinty, Ohio. -On thsMh day of Oclobsr,
lnnll. aald Juatlr. laaund an Oriier of Attach "ant
tha above actiou for lbs nua of thres hundred
Bold case Is con united to Kuvsiubsr inl,
l JO cioca a. ai.
joun w. iibkbus, ..ttorneriorriaintirr.
Cincinnati, Octolair au, leeO. oc31-dlaw
IIABKCK A PAKHIfK, PLAINTIFFS,
JL t. John 0. Makuuey, duluudaul, aud J, McMa
bon, aarnlabe.. 1 he df.udaut is hereby notldod
that ou October IS, leo. an Attarhnieut was
lu aaid cans by '. H stoweWaoip, Juatio. of
P.aotif tiiuoluusMi Towoahip. liamiltua Oouisty.
Ohio, p. ths sum of $143 By, sua that the hearing
Bald causa has boon adjournsd to liacotntker l
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THE -DAILY PRESS.
AUCTION SALES. City News.
II irioitoLosioA t, Obsut atiok B Henry
Ware, Optician, KoTember 19.
(?'uck. Baraimaw. . BmaO.
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Police for idenUBcatioa.
Adams's Expbbm Compact. We continne
to bo indebted to Adams', Bipresg ComimnT
for valuable furors in the form of the latest
Eastern and other papers, for which thej
hare our dn-Hy thanks.
Railroad Orrici roa Rist. A well
rentilated, plonsunt mom, on the first floor
of the Daily Press building, gttiuble for
railroad or insurance office. Apply at the
Prkss Counting-room, Vine-street, opposite
Pkbiodicals. G. N. Lewis It Co., on
Sixth-street, between Main And Walnut,
have received All the- Year-Rotntd, the New
York Clipjitr, Harperf Wxkly, and Wilkei'
Spirit of th Timet, for the present Week.
Papkhh. A. Hutcbinsonj at ICO Vine
street, has received the ie Turk Illtu-
trail 'd h'no, Frank LeiMl Illustrated
JKewipaper, True Hag, Neu York Ledger,
for this week, and HaU't Journal of Health
for December. .
MrsTis or thi Firh and Polici Dkpart
MKNT3. At two o'clock this afternoon a
muster of the entire police force will take
place nt the Fifth street Market-snac, and
at three the steam fire-engines will have a
trial ot their skill, nt the sume place.
Pkrtous Accidint to Thru Ladies.
Yesterday morning, about ten o'clock, the
wile and two ot the daughters el Air. vana
ken n under were ndirir in a carriage up
Elm-street, near Eighth, when.they came in
collision with a coal cart, which took off one
of the wheels of their vehicle, and threw the
inmates upon the pavement. One of the
daughters bad one or two of her ribs broken,
and was otherwise severely injured. The
other two females were also hurt, but not
Tin Appointments of Captain Johx B.
Arhsthono, Sheriff Eliot of Hamilton
Cotjkty. The following are the UDnomt-
mcnts of Captain John B. Armstrong, Sher
iff elect or Hamilton uounty:
Deputies W. H. II. Taylor. Th'.if; A.
Armstrong", AJsHl Hofnurig', 8amnel Kem
per, A. U. Uhristopher, bamuel a. tlirst, w,
H. Glass, Joseph Dtirrel, David Thompson,
Thomas Cryer, Frank Hcitman, Frank Arm
Jailer James ADrams.
Turnkey John Buuker. ,
Tfli PniLAbkLPHlARS Their Trio to the
Country. Yesterday the Philadelphia guests.
accompanied by a number of city officials,
visited Carthage, and dined with Dr. Lang
don, at Loneview Lunatic Asylum. As an
examination ot Wat institution was one oi
the objects of their visit to .this place, they
spent some hours there, and scrutinized the
whole structure; the methods employed in
ventilating, heating, and lighting it; and the
manner ui luemug;, Hiienuinx;, euu troubiug
the inmates. They likewise spent a short
time at the Honse of Refuge, after which
they returned to the city.
Weunderelaud that they were unable to
accept the invitation to go to St. Louis, but
will leave lor nome lo-nigtiv. .
Abribtof Alliobd Burglars. Yester
day morning. Lieutenant Brockington, to
gether with some other officers, arrested two
men, FraDk liorton and Michael Fortune,
charged with robbing the tailoring estab
lishment or Mr. moruiis, on f ourtn-street, a
short time since. " A portion of the tolen
property, and two-gold watches, were found
In possession ot tne parties, wno coniessea
their guilt, and informed the officers that the
remainder of the articles were at the pawn
broker's establishment kept by Mrs. Murri-
weather, which proved to be true. The mon
rere locked np in tbe station-house, and the
oods placed in possession of the uhier or
PARADI OF THI HIGHLAND GtJAROfl. The
Highland Guards will parade the streets to
day, oDserving tne following line oi marcu:
From Armory, in Metropolitan Hall, west on
Ninth-street to Vine, south on Vine to Fifth,
east on Fifth to Walnut, south on Walnut to
Fourth, east on Fourth to Pike, south on
Pike to Third, west on Third to Vine, north
on Vine to Fourth, west on Fourth to Park,
north on Park to Fifth, est on Fifth to
Monnd, north on Mound to Eighth, east on
Kiphth to uentral-aveaue. norm on uenirai-
avenue to Court, east on Court to Elm, north
. on Elm to Twelfth, east on Twelfth to Main,
south on MaiB to Hinin, thence to tue
TnxtiEsoiviNa Dimmrrs. Thanksgiving
was generally and epicureanly observed at
our hotels yesterday. The Burnet, Spenoer,
VY a nut-street. Aladison, Uibson, liroadway
and other of our public caravanseras de
lighted their guests with sumptuous dinners,
and tbe various landlords distinguished
themselves bv their trenerons profusion and
admirable sotsf it cuuine. We retnrn our
thanks to the various eood-natared lioni-
faces for invitations to place our pedals be
neath their ricmy-buraenea taoies, ana re
trret an inability to be present ai an. " v e
rlined with the cal ant Colonel and cour
teous Major of tb Spencer, and found their
dinner all tnat couia oe aesirea. .
MlITHIO FOR TH RgLiar OF TBI ftiKSAS
80FFIBIRS. A meetins; was held at Wesley
Chapel, on lith-Btreet. last night, tor tue
purpose of raising funds for th relief oi the
people oi Kansas.
Rev. J. T. Holliday and Rev. Warder
Davis, of th Kansas .Conference of th
Methodist uburch, and authorized agents
tbe collection of funds for the relief of
sufferers, addressed the meeting. They
stated that north of tbe Kansas River, there
was about half a crop; south or It, corn,
wheat, buckwheat, potatoes, turnips, every
thing, entirely, tailed, la Auburn town
ship, Shawnee County, last -Tear, 30,000
bushels of corn was raised; and from the
creased number of acres planted this Jyear,
at least 60,000 was expected; instead of this,
however, tne entire crop of in townsnip
. . . ... . . ' . , i . , i.l
amouniea to dui ninety-two ouaums. uiuer
instances of a similar character wer no
ticed, and tb speakers declared that there
were not leas than 30.000 Dersona. at
present time, without any means of sus
tenance, except sucn as are mrnisneo irom
the East; and to supply the demand, until
new crop can be raised, at least 300,000
bushels of corn, and $150,000 the latter
pay the cost of transportation would be
qu'iied . . i
They say that instead of the facts bavins'
been exaggerated, they bave not, and
not, all be told. - The insinuation of certain
mercenary and unscrupulous persons,
me money now being raised would oe
to the nurchnse of arms to assist
raids upon other State, they treat with
greatest contempt. Mo one with the slight
est regard for truth would ever make
an Assertion, and buppily those who do
aie without influence sinoag respentableaud
philanthropic men. '
Up to Abe present time, the supply of
has amounted to from three to tea car-loads
per week, and baa supplied the demand,
should the axrivuls continue to be as large,
no very great suffering will ensue.
In Warren County, Ohio, a (Society1
been oisanized. and 12.000. Dledged, moBtly
by the ladies; one-half of this sum is to be
ciothiDg. the other in money. . t -.
Rev. Mr. Moody, of Morris Chapel,
lowed, and nraed the peoiile to be lioeraL
-j After tb close of his address, $231 16
collected, which sum wfll b immediately
appropriated to tne purchase or food.
both Mr. Uullidav and Mr. Davis are
known to th community, and their names
are a sufficient .guarantee of goad faith
tbe distribution o whatever may be Sent
Kansas. " ' ' ' '
It ha been suggested that a collection
taken up in all the churches as soon pracli-U'o-o,
L:i Tif, supj. it Vt'iU U djuss ;
AUCTION SALES. City News. AMUSEMENTS.
Prut's OrBBA-norSB. The farewell benefit
of Mr. and Mrs. Barney William will take
place to-night, which is the last night but
one of their engagement. On this occasIoq .
me extrnvganr.a, entitled jrince uoioroeo,
will be given for the second time, with three
other pieces, especially adapted vo the par-
titnlar rharacters or tno henehctnne. ..
The charmine Gale Sisters, the most grace
ful and elegant dancers who have evet apj
pearcd upon the boards of th Western me
tropolis, win also appear m a pat ae iievx.
National Thfatrr. The benefit of the
talented jonriir actress. Miss Annette Inco,
will take place this evening, with the trag
edy ot Mary htuart, yueein oj Bcouana, wun
.viss inre in tne part ot -wary omari, an
Mips Virginia Howard in tbatof the Quoen
of England. The performanoerwlll conclude
with The Mortiivif Call, In which ilisa Inco
jilnys " Mis. Chillingtone."
Cri'Rch's Paintmo. The exhibition of
this celebrated paintinp;, "The Heart nf the
Andts," wns opened yesterday at the Opera
house Building, and will continue for some
Wbf.ki.t Rkport or tub Citt Aoditor.
The following is the weekly statement of
city finances lor tho week ending yester-
Q.iioral Fnnd...."............ $ .! 6
f.liilit Fnnd SH7 (10
Finking Ki:nd UN 11
; M.. i.uuii nu
Cwuuiii Siliool Fund m
Voti'-o t'ourt aud City 1'riaon , und...,
Wnti-h Fund ,
Fire Di ijiirtiuent Fund
Pnrcrlor l.'ourt Fuud
Mi-M token Fuud...H......... ,
I laht Fund
Common School F und.
There nre now remaining
treasury the following Bums:
Inten-st Fund .
8urrlor Court Fund.H
1 ire Iirrnrtment Fund.....
Mailt 1 mid.......................
Work-bouse Fund.....H....M Hw.
McMlokon Fund........ .
Biiiking Fund H
Common School Fund (bond, and cash)..
Colored 8 liool Fund (bonds and cash)...
Hou-e of Kriupe Fuud..M.H..,.M.H
Infirmary Fund.....w...H.. . H
.. .... JJ3,6'J1 SO
. IJ,77r, 2
...... 397 13
H.. '1,01 Ml IN)
........ tut iii)
...S 111. .179 M
... 1,701 30
... V.I2 10
... 9.1101 SJ
.. 20.il -9 i'.O
... 1 li'.o 3
... I.MS 31
... 23.1,42! 411
.. 31.3: 01
.. 1.S72 9S
A ni.loO IS
... 22,32 5J
52, W (VI
Cbkap StoRB. SomcjtUIngche.in and at
tractive in the fray of boots and shoes will
C foVTud at the store of Messrs. O'Donoghue
it Walsh, 164 West Fifth-street. Their stock
is largo, and ii) the following list of prices
offer great inducements: Ladies' Qpnjrress
gaiters at tl 25: ladies' Morocco gaitcra at
$1; ladies' kid Congress gaiters at $1 fit);
cents' calf boot at $2 60; Congress, $2.
,Musc8 ana cnimreu s snocs in enaiess va
riety. -J . ;
Sri Henry C. Lord's letter (on second
page) to Thus. F. Card, in relation to a Patent
Tbanesoivino. Yesterday was generally
observed among the citizens as a day of test
and repose from business cares and turmoils.-
Divine services were held in the
several churches, which were well attended,
and the discourses listened to with attention
and interest. Then came the carefully-
prepared and long-expected dinnors, the re
unions of families, that had long been sep
erated. Groups of ehildrcD,' graud-cbildren
and great-grand-children played nttbeir
childish games, nnd made the welkin ring
with bhouta of mirth and joy. After the
oysters, turkeys, and tho auxiliary substan-
tiuis ana delicacies hod been tairly dis
cussed, conversation turned upon tha present
state of affairs in the North and the Sonth,
the majority agreeing upon one point in
conclusion which was, that come what
may Kentucky will "turn up" on the right
side. It was a joyous day to many, and
will long be remembered. . '
SiNOULAB Poisoning Casb. Yesterday tbe
entire family of Rev. Wm. Nast were pois
oned by partaking, for dessert, of peaches
1 put np ju self-sealing tin-cans. It is sup-
I posed. the peaches acquired the poisonous'
influence from the fact that the cans wer
not hermetically, sealed, and that the air
effected the tin so as to produce the above
result. All that partook of the peaches sub
sequently recovered by the prompt admin
istration or medicines. "
In th RiviR. An Individual somewhat
under the influence of sundry thanksgiving
drinks, accidentally fell into the river from
the ferry platform, last evening, and would
have drowned had it not been for tho timoly
assistance of several bystanders. He very
jocosely remarked, after being placed on
. . i. .. . i - - . . ' j
terra jirma, lust 11 ue was we. uuiaiue, us wua
develish dry inside, which the crowd con
sidered a "good one," and laughed according
to their size and capacity. . j . ; '
I Tni Landing Again. Again we refer
tbe miserable condition of the Landing on
the Cincinnati side, caused by the late frosts
and thaws. Will not Mr. Wallis remedy
this matter? It will be aa accommodation
to the Newportonians, and mora especially
to the ladies, wno are compelled to wade
through the mud and mire. Let something
be done, and that quickly.- '
I u.g, auu a mno ns.
- I Huaiiiess vesteruay was very ami,-
,,. lB .hlpmeuts to ths Trio, for
Tbe Ohio opposite this port was still swell
ing yesterday, but. lead rapiqly than
Wednesday, having, risen about eighteen
inches during the twenty-four hours ending
last evening, when the water was comiug
np very slowly, with some eighteen feet
tbe channel. At Pittoburg iha Giver was
swelling at last accounts.
Tne weather uere was very mild and
pleasant yesterdaymore like spring than
tbe close of Autumn but the Landing ap
peared very dull, as it would, of course,
Thanksgiving. Borne few boats, were load
ing and discharging cargoes, but most
tbem were idle. Tbe Wharf continued
lined with steamers, but there were less
than at the beginning of the week. '
Yesterday s Louisville wiurisT remarks:
The river was rising rather slowly yestesday. only
fi'tir loth, in twenty-four hours at ths head of
f slls, a itb six Beet elgnt lacliss water lu tiis U
la.t eveuiug, by Ihs mark. Ths wa.tner was clear,
and suits pleasant, with . sharp frost in ths oioru-
Ouachita, aud to ths Memphis packets, atariusr
ana niacin. Tnsy w.r. au getuua (air lots
fieight, but did uot complots their cat govs,
have laid over until ."-oay. . ' !
The Mississippi River U falling Slowly
St. Louis, wilh six feet scant in tbe channel.
to Cairo, mere is gnu a great aeai oi
floating in the River, but not enough to im
pede navigation below St. Louis.
The Illinois River is closed np hard
fast, aad the Upper Mississippi is foiling, with
two feet in the channel below Keokuk.
Missouri River is very low and still falling,
lull of ice, aud there is very littlo business
offering in that stream. As fast as the boats
in j the Missouri arrive at St. Louis, the li
Lola Moktss Toaxao Saint Again.
Another distinguished individual,
Montes, has gone and made an anchorites
berselt. Last summer, she suffered
much from a paralytie stroke, cauaed
amnkinn- cio.rettrs dur and night.
lived for awble with Buchanatt the florist,
at Astoria, and disappeurea from tr-euce
about a month ago, reiuaing to giv her
addrefs to her most iotimate friends.
is now living on Seventeenth-street,
York, spends her tint in meditation
prayer, and goes by -the . am o( Ifanoy
'Valc of tbi Illinois Cob Caor.
corn nop of Illinois thi Tear will amount
110,000,000 bui-hels, worth to tha producers
t least f 25,000, OuOmtir than ten tunes
quantity produced by th whole of New
gland. ' . '-
. SldODLA AMD DlSTBISSINa AOOIDIMT.
th launch at Genoa of Ui new Piadmontas
frigate Ouke o . Genoa, th veeel
suinet a wall which hod act beau sufficiently
opfMsd, and leviral tnuctator w.r.
RIVER NEWS. A Chapter on Golden Tresses—The Opinion
RIVER NEWS. A Chapter on Golden Tresses—The Opinion of the Pocts on Sunshiny Hair.
Th "Voeta, ancient and modern- have
deal to say about golden tresses, yellow
ditto, ana oiners oi Kiuarea nun, mure or
less akin. And the commentalors have
been diligent to trace out thoir nieming, not
wiinoui some Fotiriiu'ie, at viine-i, ibsi rnru
and wimple red sliouM turn out to be the
dcsidernium. . What else conld Theocritus
mean when he made two of his handsome
wains pnrrotriko with tresses like fire?
MT Leigh Hunt, in reference to this very epi
thet, (an not believe the favorite golden hair
to have been red for which color, neverthe
Icfs, he frankly owns a sort of tenderness
hut he thinks the proximity closer than
mndorale taste would approve, and that
go UI en went a good deal beyond what it is
ei nictlmes supposed to have been. Auburn.
I tie word yellow, a controvertible term
for it, will not do for auburn. Auburn is a
rare and glorious color, and we Suspect will
always be. admired by us of the North,
wheie the fair complexions " that recom
mended golden hair are easy to be met with,
as they are difficult in the South." Ovid
and Anacreon are quoted to the purpose a
couplet from the latter being rendered by
Ben Jonpon in a single line, "Gold noon a
ground of black." But Mr. Hnnt appeals to
a memorandum In his possession, "worth a
thousand treatises of the learned," to show
What Italian connoisseurs at least under
stood by golden hair. This a solitary hair
of Vittoria Colonna's cotemporary, the
famous, or infamous, Lucretia Borgia,
'whom Ariosto has praised for her vir
tues, and whom the rest of the world is so
contented to think a wretch." It was Lord
Byron's gift to the author ot. Rimini, and
was obtained from a lock of her hair, pre
served in the Ambrosian library at Milan.
And its possessor reports of it, that if ever
hair was golden, this is. "It is not red, it is
cot yellow, it is not auburn; it is golden,
and nothing else; and, though natural-looking,
too, must have had a surprising appear
ance in the mass."
Calm hair meand'rtng with pellncid gold,
is the last line of a quatrain which Mr. Lan
dor composed in honor of this "bright par
Chaucer, in his vision of the Queen of
Love, tells us that "
all her her. it shsns as good aa flnsr
In another vision he tecs another beauty
"with here shene as gold ' and again, "with
here in tresse and shining every dele."
St), too, Venus in another of his poems; "Hur
glite neeres wun a gome tnreuo i uouau
were, untrcssed as she lay." The snowy
ladve created bv Snenser's witch as Flon-
mel's double, is carefully provided with the
remblance of cmomo a oro :
. Instead of yellow locke. .he did devya.
Wtlh gnldon wyre to weave her ourlod head;
Vet golden wyre was nut so yellow thrysa
as may readilj fnongh be supposed, without
too wy redrawn an objection to the old lady's
handicraft. When Britomart, again, doffs
her helmet, "her golden . lockes, that were
unbound still In a knot," are said in their
descent to have
Abont her bai-ke and nil herbodle wound
Like as the shining .ky In.nmmer'. night,
Is crested with all lines oi nrie ltgm, etc.
Here, too, is another picture in the same
Her yeVlow hero,
Like to a golden border did appears.
Framed in goldmlths's force with cunning hand;
lot goidsmitbs's cunning could not understand
To frame such subtle wvre, so shlnis clear;
For it did glistsn like the golden sand,
' The which Pactolus with hlB waters sher.
. Throws forth upon the rirage round about him ners.
So the virgin bright Alma's "yellow golden
bcare was trimly woven, and in tresses
wrought." And in fine, Speuser makes it
foremost danger in "beautie's lovely baito,"
that thereby a man is "wrapt in fetters of
golden tresse." We might corroborate gentle
Edmnnd's preferences by copious testimonies
from other Elizabethan poets. Robert Greene
in particular, abounds with parallel passages.
Thus, in his "Description of SJvestro'
Lady," fantastically enough,
flfrhalr or golden hue doth dim tho beams
Tbst proud Apollo giveth from his coach.
In his, "Francesco's Roundelay,"
The golden wire, that checker tn th. day
lulerior to the tresses of her bair.
Her amber trammels did my heart dlsmav, Ao.
In liis. "Penitent Palmer's Ode"
I thought my mi. trees', hairs were gold,
And in thoir lock, my heart I fold;
Hor amnor tresses were .ue signi
. That wisps d us la vain delight. .
He shows ns Dian's nymphs "bathing their
golden hair" (in rhyme); and in the case of
cherry-red V hill is, calls "Pboabus's" wires
compared to her hairs unworthy the Brais
ing (hexameter); and begins an ode with
When gods had framed ths sweet of woman's face,
And locked men's looks within thoir golden hair,
aad strain brings in a peerless pastoral Pbil-
I1S, tiOia ner nair, origut usr crus, ub.b
Phoebus in his shine." Shakspeare ' makes
"Portia's" "sunny locks hang on her temples
like a golden fleece;" and ner bridegroom
talks of "those crisped, snaky, golden locks
(not meaning hers, look you,) which makes
such wanton gambols with the wind," and
do terrible execution the while, saying,
too. of his lady-love's portrait in the leaden
casket he opens, . .
I Her. Is her hairs '
' Th. painter plays thesplder; and hath woven,
A golden mesh to sntrap ths hsarts of nssa,
j Fsstsr than gnats In oahwob.
' In such a web was caught our Edward
Fourth of whose ambitious wife, Elizabeth
Woodville, In an historical novel of authority
on such points, we read: "Her hair' of
pale yellow, considered then the perfection
of beauty, flowed so straight and so shining
linvs her sholders. almost to the knees,
it seemed like a mantle of gold." - Edward'
own locks, br the war. being "of a
golden color,1' that "flowed, not In curls,
straight to bis shoulders." In his sixty
eighth sonnet, Shakspeare alludes (as he
does in one of "itasianio's" speeches,
onoted.) to the custom of violating the grave
to procure tresses so much in request,
adapt them to H.ng (.but otherwise
tavoreo; beads: -r .
Bsfor. th. golden tresses of ths dsad, . 1
Ths right of seaulok.r, wsr. shorn away, .
- To live a sscono. tile on . sscono neao,
Ki. beauty's dead fleece mad. aoothsr gaF.
The tresses thus obtained, the annotators
tell us, were dyed a reddish or golden color,
in compliment to Queen Elizabeth, whose
natural hair was of that hue, and who
set th example of wearing artificial
If Milton paints Our first progenitor
"hyacintbina locks," to Eve he gives
chiome d'oro, rich and rare:
She, as a vail, down to the slsndnr waist,
Her unadorned golden treaees wore
llishuveli'd but lu wanton ringlets waved
Aa ths via. cutis hsr teudrils.
Milton, w may Infer, considered black
Vr.t beseeming color for the locks of model
manhood. Had lien Jonson been
writer, we may conjecture what coloring
would bave given to Adam's hair, from
natipage in the Underwood, one lin of which
has been cited already; , ,
Yonng I'd have bean too, and fair, i
Yat a man; with crisped bair, .
' Cast In a thousand Busies and rings.
, For Love's Bngers and his wings, ,.
t'hesuut color, or mors slaok, ..j.. ri r
Gold upon ground of black,
of, we may suppose, a shot-silky look.
stress laid in many of these versicles,
"crisped," is noticeable, and point to a
which every reader must
recognized, of th bair called golden.
Scott tells us, of Malcolm Qnaaie,that
flaxen hair, of sunny hue, curled closely
round hi bonnet blue"-which might,
malicious anti-Caledonians, snggeat
than a scoupon of rouaseau. Nero himself
has been glorified as a Rolden-beadn,
Emperor, albeit his hair was
says Mr. Merivale, "the bright auburn
Apollo, me aengm ou tne tomans, to
it was so often likened, but yellowish
sandv." Cent different but people are
(especially wfatu an Emperor' in the
to make niisia.es of mi aino. iney
about their goldea epithets with lavish
A paragraph tn th latest
of Shelley offer an example of this care
non-distinction ot colors. "Persons who
never see a Shelley, or were incapable of
rectly distinguishing hue and s hides
color, have some time erroneously asaigoed
to him 'golden hair.' it was of a dark
without a ting of red, or yellow; there
no nans gold in bis hair than there
"was ia the poor fellow's pocket." And
in aoma liutit. nair even muitiofonuea
ut-sume tho-ouuuy aipenA iu.inin.te4 iittWo.
Li-BI, Of gold hpOU gltilUlii bi altaknSMV
Thonch modern pnels mar no longer find
turh a love-lock as their elders did, in each
particular nair oi l lie entome a oro, still they
indulge in worshipful allusions some of
them quite redundantly tresse of this
tendency, i Tennysou' "O".none" ha "drp
nair, aniurosttu, golden retina ner turui
throat and 1 shuofder;" and her lover's
"sunny fcair clustered about his temphs like
God s." Lontrfeiiow ideal Maidenhood
has locks that . u -
otn.hln. the sn., - ,. ,
Ootdell tiea.ee. wreathed in on.,
As the braided streamlet, run. '-' v
"Babe Christaber" brow with a very
"dawn of light' was crowned, and reeling
ringlets showered round, like sunny sheaves
of golden beams" and another heroine of
the same poet's manufacture (in some manu
factories cola is dirt cheap) Has a "sumptuous
wealth of golden hair? Mr. Alexander
Smith, too, spares no expense as records this
precious metal : "Like young Apollo, in his
golden cnris;' , ms cataract ol golden
curls i" "One white hand hidden in a golden
shoal of ringlets;" "Round his white
temples reeled bis golden nair, in ringlets
beautiful," etc. No wonder horoes of this
make-up are a thought light-headed, with
those reeling ringlets of theirs. Not with
them would we class one of Mrs. Browning's
fair visions the ."Onora" whoso
Hair droops In clouds are ber.coloteil, till Btlrred
Into gold by the gesture that comes with a word.
Nor the many crljnmaes we catch In Mr.
Browning's poems, of kindred hues, after
Titan's own heart. The author of "Paracel
sus is, indeed, addicted beyond the ordinary
to aureoli eapilli and their coronal congen
ers. His lady, in "A Lover's Quarrel,"
"nowders her hair with cold." His Kvelvn
Hope's "hair was amber'rand "yonng gold."
The last stanza of his "Toccata Qa'uuui's"
Dear drad women, with ench hair, too what, be
come oi an ine goin
TJfed to hang and brush their bosoms?
Elsewhere he celebrates "the hair plait's
chestnut-gold," and hair nnfilleted that
"spread throuith the void with a rich out
burst, chestnut gold-interspersed," and of a
certain lace beneath its garniture of curly
fold." and of "tingling hairs" whose "liorhts
and darks oft breaking into fairy sparks
the dark Inspired, the light controlled As
early Art embrowned the gold and so on.
in a like sensuous strain, not always easy to
Were we to add to all this anthology a
sucDleinent of elegant extracts from Drose-
romance. we should verily find no end. in the
wandering mazes lost, and tangles of Nea-ra's
bair. ; Mr. Eingsley's Alexandrian heroine
is seen weanne a "gold net. which looned
back, from hvr forehead to her neck, bair
tne color ana gloss oi wnicn were naraiy
distinguishable from that of the metal itself,
such as Athene might have envied for tint.
and moss, and rlpplo. There is a specimen
to begin with but with it must this else
llitnitable digression' declare itself defunct.
Interesting Reminiscence of a Poet —The
Funeral of Lord Byron.
In 1834 William Howitt visited Annesley
Hall, the birthplace and patrimony of Mary
Cbaworth; a place made of immortal inter
est by the early attachment of Lord Byron
to this lady, and by the graphic strength
and deep passion with which he has recorded
in his poems this most influential circum
stance of his routh.
Annesley lies about nine miles north of
.Nottingham, itseit tne scene ot Bis nrst and
most lasting attachment Newstead, bis pat
rimonial abode and Hucknall, his burial
place; forming the three point of a trian
gle, each of whose sides may be about two
miles in length.
.The approach to Hucknall is pleasant; the
place itself is a long and nnpicturesque vil
lage. Count Gamba is said to have been
struck with its resemblance to Missolonghi.
Twenty years have now passed since the
funeral or Lord uyron took place, and yet it
seems to me but as yesterday.
His admirers, in after ages, will naturally
picture to themselves the church, on that oo
casion, overflowing with the intelligent and
poetical part of the population of the neigh
borhood. A poet wno boo spent a good deal
of his boyhood and youth in it-wbose patri
monial estate lay here who had gone hence,
and won so spendid a renown whose life
had been a series of circumstances and events
ns strikingand romantic as his poetry who
bad nnaiiy been cut oown in nis prime, in so
brilliant an attempt as to restore the freedom
end ancient, glory of Greece would natu
rally be supposed to come bock to tbe tomb
of his ancestors, amid the confluence of
thousand strongly-united hearts. Hut it was
not so. There was a considerable number
persons present, but the church was by no
means crowded, aud tbe spectators were,
with very few exceptions, of that class which
is collected by idle curiosity on tne approacu
of any not very wonderful procession who
wonld bave collected to gaze as much at the
funeral of his lordship's grandfather, or his
wn, though he bad not written a line
poetry, or lifted the sword of freedom; prob
ably, with threefold eagerness at that of
wealthy cit, because there would have been
more of bustle and assuming blazonry about
With the exception of the undertaker's
hired company; ot sir John cam uobbouae,
and bis lordship's attorner. Mr. Hansom his
Greek servant, Tita, and his old follower.
Fletcher, the rest of the attendant were
villagers, and a certain number of people
from Nottingham, of a similar class, and
by similar motives, there was not a score
those wno are called "tn respectable" from
Nottingham; scarcely one of the gentry
the county. This strange tact can only
accounted for by the circumstance that Not
tingham and its vicinity are famous for
manufacture of lace and stockings, but,
many other manufacturing districts, pos-
.'.l 1 A ......nKnn.nn. In 1 . ..
BeSHCB UU .UUU.Ut.Wl.U'- aiwtvuiav-. W alMJ
ature. ' '
Biautt of A E nanus? Gbahd Ddchku.
tbe wife of tbe Grand Duke Constantino,
of Russia, at present visiting Constantinople,
has created a sensation. She speaks En
glish and French fluently,, and her manner
corresponds with her character. She has
fine form, shoulders faultless, person tall
graceful, dazzling white) complexion,
blue eyes and light brown hair, arrayed
the most simple and tasteful style.
taste in dress is the theme of universal
Sadly DisArpbiNtiD Patriotism. About
twenty yeuog gentlemen, of New Orleans,
wishing to display their Southern spirit,
to wear no cloth but what
manufactured in a Southern Stats; so
bought some pieces of Kentucky jeans,
it made up Into suits, but Ljo late tbey
that the Kentucky jeans had
mad In Massachusetts.
Th Violik Niarly Prior. It seem
almost certain that the violin is a perfect
instrument, since, although more than
fears bave transpired since its origin
talv. and countless attempt have
UlBuU VO limiruvo u jnm it. kuub-iuumuu.
remains without material change.. .-. ,
Lapim of thi Whit Hous. It is
nounced that Mrs. Lincoln will take
her to tbe White Hous her sister,
Miriam Edwards, of Springfield, luinpis,
said to be an educated and accomplished
lady, and acood-looking nisce, about eight
een year oio.
A Kama Kdito CHALLlia0. W.
Wood, of St. Joseph, having taken offense
an artiolo in the Eiwood IK. T.) Vs.
rhallnnoed tha editor, li. D. Hunk,
latter declined, and th former has
tbe editor, who says he will defend himself
whenevar attacked. . i
DisTBsasma Casualty. A workman
tb. knitting-mill of Keeney .k Co-
N.Ht vii caught by his clothing
on a kroriaontial revolving snat and whirled
round with trouienduus velocity some
or oOt times before the machinery couia
stoppad. , His back was broken, and he
about two hours. . ;
Fatal Miutai. Mr. Henry Miller,
near Middtebnrg. Pennsylvania, a
days ago, took by mistake largo done
tincture Of lOKMHUin, in pious ui
The mistake was wkiu discovered, and
nJ aid prorumi, but it was lu vain.
iu at lvw hut.. Lu gioai agfoay. '
fv CXIMMUN F L A 8 UOLBT. F. Winters
Son eaa. Henry Brana. 94 Legal Notloe- Nu. -n.!V.
Henrr T.raee. (Vimellna V. H. Onodyaar.
Jamea Freeland and James Iiunlap, eseentors of tha?
Kat will and teetameat of Henry Hhrlden, deraaeail,
Maria Shelden. widow of the aald Henry Shaloin,
awMRMi, ana r n warn a. nnaman, ana naran lnai-
den, hi. wife, and Virginia 8hetdn, Henry Hhalnan,
Infant, heirs and deviaeaa of said H-nrj tlielda.,
diceaaed. of th. city, county and H(-ite of Hew -York,
will take nolle that Valentin. Winters anal
Jonathan H. Winters, nartnar., as V. Winters A
1' Tl. nf tha Ninnl f Mn.llMm.ra mnA Ht-t- a
t'hi., did, on th. tMhday of Way. I Km. file their
rlltlnw In the Conrt of Com in m Plaaa of Han.il
n IVunty, Ohio, agalnet all of aald partla. a bur.
Hamad. Who are mm), riofanrlanta In laid ..linn.
setting forth : That said Henry SheMen, aWaM,
did, in hla lifetime, execute to one Jonathan Harsh- ;
man ana asm valentine Winters, partners, aa
Harthman A WIntaia. a nnta f.r ttnVji av rfaterf
January 1 ISM; that certain ttaymanta we., mails,
up. n the tatne nntll iha amount with arcnmulatedl
inrerear, one on tne xvn day or Jannarr, laavi. was
AA.O10 H4 : that to secure said note itnt Hh..
den executed a martgage on raid Jannarr tft, ihw.
to aald llarshman A inters, on the L.llowinff ta- .
snilrawl real estate, situated In theeonaty of Ham
ilton ana mate oi nio, to-wit : i,ota ntimtiar.
nineteen (liii and twenty (20) on a plat of suImii
vialon msde by commlaaloners anpolnted to ma.
partition among the heirs nf William Barr, rte
craael,, of what waa commonly callrd ths Lick Bnm
rarm.in seirtion iwenty-nve la-ii, town vnree lav.
and range two !2i, In tba Miami Purchase, in aatd
flamllion Clonnty, Ohio, each of said lots contain
ng fire (.11 scroa, strict mea.'ire ; also the eonlkj
half of lot nnmbemd eighteen (li, ss laid dowa oa ,
said plat, containing two and a half (a's'l acres,
strict nicaanre; tliat said mortgage was aaaignea
and tranaferred by said llarahmnn A Winters t
said plaintiffs: that said Henry Hhelden la dead,
and .aid executors have been appointed andnusll
Vd to adminlatir on hla eatate, and that ha left
said wfiluwa and heirs. That said petition contain,
a prayer that jndgmnnt may be rendered againat
said execnlors fur said sum of money, and that th.
same be levied out of the goods snd chattels to b
silminlatvred in the hands of aaid executor. ; al.o
for aale of said mortgaged premie, to pay aald debt,
ard for other proper relief. Said defendant, are no
tified to appear and answer the .aid petition .n the
third Saturday ait'r the 7th day of December, la
or jud tvent will be taken according to .aid praver.
J. M. JORDAN, 1 Attorneys for
oclfi-fwTh J. A. JO B.DAN, J I'talntlfla.
TriOMAI STHUTIIFR9 WILT. T A K Ft
notlretliat on the 121h of Ovtohor, !, Frank.
Ffajor, and ,llen U. Major, his wife, filed their peti-.
tion ag.inat hfm in ths Snporiov Court of Cincin
nati, v. herein they allege that n the rrth of Feb
ruary, IMil, Klten 0. lluilley (now Major) man. a
lea.eof leaaeof lots Sand S in block B, in VVade and
Dudley's subdivision ip Cincinnati, fronting 23 feet
each on the east aide of Jehn-street, between OllvtaT
snd Poplar-si reels, for 99 years, renewable forever,
at an annnel rent of f 17A, payable quarterly; th.
said Mnlford paying all taxes, rates and assess
ments thereon, with condition of forfeiture Apost
nonpayment of rente, taxes, Ac ; that on tit. x7tls
June, lt-ra, said Mnllord roconveyed te aaid Kllea
said lots, who immediately took poaaeaaton, and ha.
over since occupied the aame: that no rent, taxes or '
aeersemcnt. were ever paid under said leaae; and by
reason of default therein said plantiffs caused aai
lose, to lie forfeited; that recently plaintiffs hav.
discovered npoA recird In tha Keoord. of Hnmiltno,
Comity, Ohio, a deed conveying anld Iota under said,
leaee by snid Mnlford to one Thomas Stnithers.
wl irh deed . . clood upon plaintlfT.' title; that sai4
Struthers has never been In possession of said pre ra
ises, or paid anv rent therefor, but has for six. year
wholly abandoned said promises. Whereupon plais.
tiffc pray judgment agaiaSi-eaid Struthers. to hav..
their tlilein aaid premi.ew 'quieted against him; an
he is also notified that unless hs snswsr or demur
to th. said petition on or before the isthday of
December, IKoo, judgment will be taken agsingt
him on said potition.
JtARNKR M. BATFM AH.
0. A ... aw- Dui.ia.
Cincinnati, November 18, loo. onis-fW
T POAI, NOTCR-W.I.,i,C K. NIXON,
A l'laintiff, es, Andrew McMirken and John H.
AlcPnwell, late partners as McMicken A Go., Ruth
erford B. Hays, llnrhuel Ann McMicken, Bell.
McDowell, Richard Wilson, William 8. Peebles ami
Joseph R. Poebles, Defendant.. Conrt of Oommon
Fleams, Hamilton County 11, 36". The said defend-
ants, Andrew and Kachael Ann AlcMlcken and
John H. and Belle McDowell, non-residents of th.
tjtateof Ohio, aro hereby notified that on the 17th s
day of November, A. D. 18f, th. said plaintiff filed
his petition In said Oonrt, stating that In a proceed
inatitntcd bv William II. Dommlnlck, against Al
exander F. Willis, in Fsbruary, A. D. ISM, to fore
close a mortgogo upon the following described
premises, vlr.: All that lot of ground In ths oily of
Cincinnati, in the subdivision of John L. Gano, h.
twecn Walnut and Vine-atreels and Sixth and Sev
enth streets, and being tbe east twenty-t.o feet of
lotnine in aaid subdivision, and being ninety feet
deep, and praying that th. interest of th. said -AlrMlcken
nnd McDowell and ths said Hays, who
wer. omitted, to be made parties to-aaid snit of
Dommlnick against Witlis, mar be foreclosed, and
that the amonnt of money received by aaid Wilsoas
and Joseph B. and William 8. Peebles, may be ad
judged to lie paid to the said nay., aa the assigns. ' '
of said McMlcksusnd McDowell, whose claims anal ' '
lien were prior to that of aaid Joseph R. and W il- , .
liam H. Peebles, and said Wilson, and that ths titl.
of ths said plaintiff to said premises may be quiesed, '
and for other relief, and the said defendants, Andrsav
and Barbae! Ann MoMicken and John H. and
Belle McDowell are reouired to answer or demnr to
said petition on or before tha 39th day of December,
A. li. Irao.
no32-fW At. 11. A W. T1LIIKH, BT Plalntltf.
ABHiMSTHAThR'S HAI.K OK KB Alt ,
E8TATK. John Mortimore. Administrator of "
Wendlln Burkbart, deceased, rt. Edward U or k hart
eta!. No. 765. J Hamilton County Probata Court.
inpnrsnanc ot an oraer oi tns rronate txiurs os
Hamilton County, Ohio, ths noderelgued will, oa
RATIiRDAY. tbeSth day nf Deoember next, at 11
o'clock A. M., sell st Public Anotioa th. followta 5
doscrlhed Ki-al Eatate, to-wit:
Alt thsl ost tain tract or parcel ox tano, oetnga
part of the west half of the north-east quarter of 1 :
section numner eleven, in wiwnauio iwn .ou aaani .
frsctlonal rang. In th. Miami Purohase, and
bounded as loliows, to-wtt : uommanoing at -in.
north-west corner of said half quarter; thenos run-. 1 -Tting
eastwardly with the north line of anld tract to t
Jo.-ph F.pley's land : thenco south with said Keley'.
line to nis corner ; inence west wiru .ne liny 01 aaiai -Kpley'B
lai d to the west lin.of aaid .narter; thenco
north with said lins to the place 01 beginning ; con
taining eighteen acres, strict measure, reserving.
snd excepting out of said eighteen acre, all tha.
M.lnf.ulil frnj-t thai lies on t he nnrl h Bids of thus
North Bend Road, and east, of ths road leading to
nine Rock tlieir a- about one acrn. and being th.
same property deeded by Daniel Goug to Wendlisr --
Dliranari. CO ins inn uar 01 ucHiunr, aim 1 -
errded in Bor-k No. AS, page 15, of th. Records ol
rlsmiiion t-ounty. , - .
To bs sold on tn. promises, ana on in. louowinsJ -terms,
to-wtt : One third cash, tha balance la om
and two years, wttn interest, son secureo oy 1
gase on tne premises. JOHN MORT1 MORS).
Adm.lnlatra.tnr of Wendlia Bnrkhart. dee'd.
Bo.rst Moots Attorney.. nol-dW
ADMINISTRATOR'S HA LB OFT ,
BkAL ESTATE. John P. Bosjart, adminis- I
trator of Peter Bogart, deceased, r. Hannah Bo4
tart, sf ol. (No. flvd.J Hamilton Oonnty Probata. 1
onrt. In pursuance of an order of th. Probsts .
Conrt of Hamilton County. Ohio, to mo directed, I
will, at sloven o'clock A. M. on SATURDAY, shsv.
S'h dsy of Deoember next, sell at public auc'-yon. oaa
th. premises, the followiug-desrribod real ealat.,
free nf dower, to-wit: AU that tract of land lying;
and being in Anderson Township, Hamilton 0ounty..j
and on the waters ot Uight-mll. Creek, aad bonadod ,
as follows: beginning aJ. an elm oa the ctoak at th. :
norlh-wrst corner of the tract; thence south a
degrees, west 49 poles and I links to a slonoin Rlch-l
ard Ayres's Una, and oorner of tke Widow Bogart'..
lsndstbene east 61 poles and IS links to a stone la
ths lins of Mr. Dock wall; tbonce north SO degree.,
east 66 poiea sndaons link, to a oornsr in tb. otesA; :
there, south 64 degrees, west ft, pole, and IT links. .
to th. place of beginning, containing SO acres, 1
rood ana 1 rods, mors or less; appraised at I J per
acre, free of dower, and being lot S o. 3, aa made br .
the appraisers in this T-aae. Terma of sals Ons
third cash in hand, and Ihs residue in two equal an
nual payments, with interest, secured br ranrtgago
on thepremiaea. JOHN P. BOGART,
AoniiniainitOT ua . uv, . , iwiau,
Robixt Mooss" At tor rey , nol-d7.
ar wv lea i a. af . H la. i
.1 THlI At Hnlh-rt Minford. debased, rs. Toha
Minford, tt ol -Hamilton county rrouaia mnn -x.o.
22. In pnrauanc of an order of the Pro
hate Conrt of Hamilton tlonnty, Ohio, tb; us.
ersigaed. Administratrix oi ttooon siinioru, uv
cessfd, will, on SATURDAY, ths 15th day 04 Do.
cember next, at eleven o'clock A. M., on th.
premises, sell at public anction the following da
scribed real eatate, situate, lying and bsing in tho
esst bslf of the soutb-weBt quarter of esctioa
twenty -nine, in township two, aud second fractional
range, lntnestianil s-urcna-n, w-wii. iu u.
iu the east line of ths dower tract set off to tne said
Jane Minford, thenoesouth M, east 7 SS-IMI uhaiua
to Ihe south line of section twsuty-nins, tlisno.
south 87 30", west 12A5-IKI chains, thence north 30',
west 10 rS-lut) chsMis to tus norm sine iniDt oouu. r
rosd. thenos south 76, east 11 TT-llar chain, to. tho
beginning, containing eh van and 42-KA acres.
Tel nis of sale Uue-tbird rash, and the balanrola
one .nd two years, with Interest, aerured by mort
gage on ths premises. JANR MINKOitp,
ailsliulBir.uia wt avow it hiiiwi.i w
Poet. Aliama, Attornoy. . nola-dvy
I1PKRIOR CtHJHT-NOTICK IN AT-TACllMkNT.-Mary
C. ( haitwick snd Jsmes B.
..tali b .art niri.il if. O. Chadwtck A 0... Sgaiuat
David W. Fenton and Denjamln ton ton, .artiiers.
aa Fenton A Co. No. -Ths aaid delnnda
David W. Fenton, of the City and Btats ol MS
York, and Benjamin Fenton, of ths our of Ma
rhi.. In the Slate of Tennessee, ars hereby notlhed
that tb. plaintiff abovs .amed, OB ths Bra, day of
October. 1n- fllod his petition In auaisl Court, tho
Object and demand of which is to obtain a judgment
against ssld aefeuuaui. 10 iu sum ui m-t mwiw
at 7 per centum from September SX 1WW, that aa.
order of attaebnient has been issued and property
nf defendant, attached, ootisi.ting of four kales of
twins; that unless the aaid delelidants answer said
rtition on or befors tl. slghtH day of December,
li. lee, judoment will bs rendered agaiust tiiaua.
and thesuid attached proiierty sold. Aud Ihs said
defendants ars hare' y notitied that das..itious will
ba taken In this aotioa at No. 17 rprucs street. I
the city of New York. 00 Wednesday, ths Slat day
of November, A. D. l-0, between the hours of uluo
() o'clock A. M. snd nine ml oVI.a k P. M. aaid
October ST, laa . tuA-fW
Hf'HFIT FH. lUKOklll
WJ fiClt klf. il.017 Haiullloa Contrai Pleas.
Tlis abovs-named defeli'laut, lleorge , hell, a non
rdenTof ll. State of Ohio, Will take .otic. I list
la the 17th day ol September. A. D. into, tba abovo
complainant, ('atharius hthelt, Aied hsr petition la
ths Cltiiks Oftn-s of the Conrt of Common Pleas or
liauiilton County, Stat, of Ohio, againat kirn
wherein she charges bit, the said deleadaut, wiikt
as Ire Die cruelly, gross neglect of duty, habitual
Oruukanneaa for thres yoara, wilful and eeoimou.
alieeuc for thrs. years, and with adiilUrrr,. aud
.rave ton. aivoroeav 110m ner sia uioiooii, nn
changed to that of Bclialer, and have alimony aud
ousts. That said cauaa Is now pending u. a;s Oooit
be oars and custody of I
child tta.s h..r Bssao
fa. unless u. appeara on or oeiore in. inn oar va
hrceuibnr, INsI, and plead, answer ordomut it rl!H
th. aame w ill bs haaid ia has abaeaos kod a daono
or belorw the 17ili .lay of
kllH r. tlilllUU.
Attorusy fur pntiiioneT
HO TOO v ANT TOfJKLI, AT, I TIIINOt
BYF Advuttas I. th. tAlLI 1 tic.
hav. buyers lu abunnauce. T.b.
laia-ost oli.ulatloal . iu. sltr-
1 t Vt'B AJltll IN WANT rtf A 1HH SK.
ad-er!lu. Ml iKFRS;hs. U na. oot SBHi a,
MIM WUi sBBAUf SASJMhasaaOWBsa0.