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For Hire --A first rate Cook and Washer; also, a Chambermaid; to be hired together. Apply to Miss Lucy King, second door from the corner of Broad and Mayo sts. ja 16--4t*
up was nearly senseless. Round 24.--No sooner were they at the scratch than King again visited the mug, and knocked the "Boy" clear off his pins. Round 25 and last — Sayers soused Heenan well with cold water, and got him once more to face King; but the latter again planted on the mouth and flung him almost senseless to the ground. This was a settler, for when Heenan tried to leave his corner for another round he was as helpless as a child, and amid shouts of "Shame! shame!" to allow hs. Round 25 and last — Sayers soused Heenan well with cold water, and got him once more to face King; but the latter again planted on the mouth and flung him almost senseless to the ground. This was a settler, for when Heenan tried to leave his corner for another round he was as helpless as a child, and amid shouts of "Shame! shame!" to allow him to come up again, Macdonald gave in for him. The "Boy" was seconded by Tom Sayers and Johnny Macdonald, and King by Jerry Noon and Bos Tyler.
For hire --A first rate Cook and Washer; also, a Chambermaid; to be hired together. Apply to Miss Lucy King, second door from the corner of Broad and May sts ja 16--4t*
Picture of the ring after a fight. --The London, Times, in its account of the "great mill" between Heenan and King, gives the following description of the horrible scene after the fight was over: There were great cheers as King won, to which for a few moments he was very deaf, for the pace had been rapid, and, all powerful as he was, the heavy falls had shaken his vitality, and the giant who had strode into the ring an overmatch for all could scarcely close his fingers round the glasKing won, to which for a few moments he was very deaf, for the pace had been rapid, and, all powerful as he was, the heavy falls had shaken his vitality, and the giant who had strode into the ring an overmatch for all could scarcely close his fingers round the glass of water which was to keep him from fainting. Yet there must be a soul of goodness even in things evil, for the first really conscious thought that flitted through his mind was a wish to make friends with his late antagonist, and, as he said it, he lunged heavily through the crowd of his admirers to a little knot of curious lookers on, amid whom what seemed the corpse of the redoubtable Heenan now lay. Sayers was with him, and kept with him but better advice was needed than any pugilist ought
Continued. --A soldier named John Carlton, charged with stealing a horse some time since from Mr. George Miles, of Lancaster, was yesterday arraigned before the Mayor for examination. Robert Craddock deposed that on Thursday last he was informed by Mr. Miles that his horse had been stolen from him, and suspicion rested upon a man named Carlton as the thief. He went in pursuit of the accused, and arrested him in King and Queen county. The Mayor adjourned further examination until this morning, when other witnesses will be present. The case against Lucy, a negro woman claiming to be free, but who was arrested with an improper pass on Sunday night, has been continued till the 20th inst. The Mayor again continued the examination of the charge against Robert, slave of Dr. W. B. Pleasants, of enticing Ellen, a negro woman belonging to Judge John Wright, of Tennessee, to abscond from the city some time since. Watchman Rowe arrested on Saturday night last a negro man na
For Hire --A first-rate Cook and Washer; also, a Chambermaid; to be hired together. Apply to Miss Lucy King, second door from the corner of Broad and Mayo sts. ja 16--4t*