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"WANTS." "FOR BALK." "TO LET." "LOST."
f"FOUND," Ac, In this column-occnpylng three lines
ior less, two Insertions, twenty-live cents.
I himself generally useful, and can give the bent of
, reference. Apply at the Buck tort No. IM Court
By a boy fifteen years of ago,
II is able and willing to mnke
WANTED A situation in a tor as port
er, by it young mart'who .peaks Herman,
nnd who ran lire the bent o( reference. Aa'dre. Ii,
!., thli office.
WANTED Two good boys at the Press
VVANTED Several (rood agents to sell
w Maps nnd Books, which pay a large profit.
S College Hall. Walnut street.
WANTED Young men out of employ
nicut, to make money by sellln my publl-
160 Walnut street.
WANTED BOARDERS A gentleman
and lady, or two single' gnntlcmeu, to board
In a private family nno front room, (ran, etc. For
particular address lock-box 6ft, Post-office. apjn-b
WANTED HOUSE Three orfourrooms,
centrally locntod, or In the western part of
the city. Address "A. B. C," Knqulrer ofllce.
WANTED A girl to wash, iron and do
the work of a small family, In the basement
of the church corner Fourth and Main ( high
stecplot, Fair wages to a sultablo person. None but
a steady person need apply. Inquire on the premises.
t WANTED-A Girl to do general house-
!T T work, at 103 West Fifth street.
V7"ANTED Customers fof the old Pioneer
W V Yeaat Cake, at 297 Longworth street.
i "TA.7"ANTED A situation by a young man,
I who caa come well recommended ; Is willing
f to make blmaeil generally useful. Address J. K., at
thin office. npl9
WANTED A good Girl to do general
i.o.,. -ir . ,?,.t .m. .nil r.nm,,l,l
Inquire immediately at No. 40 West Keren til street.
WANTED Situation by a young man as
porter In a wholesale house. Grocery pre-
lerreo. Aouress u. r.., ni mis oince. apiy-zt-
W ANTED A situation as an experienced
chambermaid In a pleasant family: can wash
Uooa references given, inquire Pres.
and iron well.
WANTED TO SELL A good Clock.
Apply at No.30 Wast Fourth street, up stairs.
ANTED PLAIN SEWING At No.
IN George street, between Smith and Monnd.
182 George street.
GIRL At No.
W"AJ,TED A PURCHASER For Lot,
w 2 by 5 reet, situated on George street, be
tween John and ttmith streots. Apply at No. 267
Fifth street, ap!8-
PURCHASER For a Sil-
Inqulre at No. 63 Eliza-
w w ver Lever Watch.
w nuntlug Lever Gold Watch.
173 Western row.
A PURCHASER For a fine
Apply at No.
mTANTED BOARDERS At No. 100
ww Klfth street, between Race and Vine. aplS
"VETANTED SITUATION As Coachman.
w W Apply at this office. aplS
WANTED SITUATION By a young
man, as Salesman In a dry goods store. Ad
dress. H. B., P. O. apia
STANTED Situation as Gardener, by an
w w experienced man.
clnnatl P. P., Boxen-V
Address "Gardener," Oin-
TAKXE1 FARTIMKK With a
w w :,
XTS7"ANTED Situation to run a
w JIacblno. Address Mary, at this offlco.
Canital of 9200. Roferencea irlvon and nature
of business exploiued. Address b. 0. B., Tress
office. " apis
WANTED Situation as
some Tcspectftble family.
Box 8M, P. 0.
ANTED Situation as Salesman in
Driiff Store. Good references given. Address
Cincinnati P. 0 apl8 J
WANTED T.o exchange a C rover & Bahei
Manufacturing Machine, in working order,
for one of the same, or other i
"for family use." Apply to 352 1
ually good makers.
oventh street, aplr
WANTED By a prompt-paying tenant,
neat and conrenlent dwelling, suitable tor
small family, wnere tuere are no cnuuren. Aiiurest
box 744, Cincinnati Post-office. . aplH
WANTED NURSE GIRL Nurse Gir
wanted at No. 323 West Seventh street, to taki
charge of an Infant eleveu mouths old young Ger
man girl preferred. None but au active, willing girl
seed apply. . apia
ANTED TO RENT A small cottage
house, with stable attached, located In
West End, below Smith street. Address lock-
VJaX ANTED HOUSE A small house
w T from six to eight rooms, by a prompt-paying
party wiinoul cnuaren. item not io exceed eu
year. Address Post-office lock-box 664. aplS
WANTED A small house containing three
or four rooms, In the vicln'ty of the Press
office, by a cash-paying tenant. Address "A.
care of Dally Press, 14 West Fourth street. ap!8
VmTANTED TO BUY A lot, with small
w v cottage thereon (clieap and on snort time),
Newport or lovingiou
man ban a man
not distant from a ferry
Address "F. K. 8.," office of
ANTED 500 AGENTS The business
is bonorablo and easily manascd. A' weekly
salary of from $2U to 30 can certainly lie realized
any active man. For particular, call.oraddres.
rtamp, General Agency Office, No. 382 Western
Cincinnati, Ohio. apl8-c
ANTED One or two traveling olerks,
one carpenter, ope femule teacher and
&ood sirls for ueuural housework in city and country
Apply at the General Information aud Agency Office,
2iu. 342 Western row. apl8-c
WANTED TO RENT A house with
or six rooms. Rent must not exceed 820
mouth. Any one having such a bouse for rent
hear of a good tenant by addressing A. D. Carson
Co., Post-office. upl8-c
ANTED TO RENT A cottage or
house in the western part of tho city
will be sufficient. Address, stating terms,
WANTED A situation In a grocery
dry goods store by a boy sixteen yours of
His object is Io gain a thorough kunwledge of
Best of references given. Address Jefferson
Uampson, No. GO MrFarlund street. apl8-
WANTED MAN A good farmor to
charge of a farm of eighty acres good
Si.nts ottered. Apply at the General Agency
o. 3&2 Western row. apl8-c
WANTED A German with small
on a farm. Also a good housekeeper, hostler,
man used to gardening, girl, for city aud country.
Also, for hire, No. 1 female cooksfnrhotels.andotbei
help, male and female, at the Intelligence Office
23 East Fourth street. l'18-b
TMtrANTED SITUATION AS
ww MAN Well experienced in running
and double cylinder presses. Best of references
Address "H.," Press office.
WANTED Situation by a young man
with bar-tending. Address
CunimisUey, Cincinnati, Ohio. . apl8-a
WANTED SITUATION A young
from Philadelphia wishes a situation iu
store as porter would like to learn the grocery
Address Samuel Kennedy, at No. ii Sycamore
WANTED. A family Ilorse, Carriage
and Harness, for which the advertiser
ray part cosh and part trade. Address lock box
' Post-office. apis-o
ANTED A SITUATION Either
the city or country, to take care of
Apply at No. 3 Water street, between Juaiow
l ....Ni in tnalfA
111 nil , iu . bwi.i ,
The boat of reference can be
iluuerallv useful. The
Please uddress D. L., tills ui
WANTED A SITUATION.
like to got a good place in the country
a farm, for a buy If. year. old. Address G. W.
comer of Fifth and Race streets. ap!6-d
WANTED NURSE GIRL Nurse
wanted at No. SU West S.venth street,
take charge of uu Infauteloventh months old
German gin preierreu. none oui an aciiv.
WANTED. By a prompt paying
u mutt and convenient Dwalllnir. .uT
a .mall family, w here there are nochlliireu.
boxj iljtttclimatJJW-otnre; apl-tf.
"VrANTED. A Fitnuiion as Finisher
WW Kngluoor, by an experienced, steady
man, either iu eity or eountry. Addntw
at this 0m so. apift-ir
WANTED A House or seven, eight,
nine rooms, within a mile of the Foet-offli
Addrtis J. M., Vox 33tt
WANTED A purchaser for the substan-tlal!y-lnilt
thrce-storv hrlrk bornw, contain
ing twelve rooms, on the north-west corner of Clln
ton and Johu streets. Particulars may ho liadil (11-
Fifth street, between Vino nnd Bare.
WANTED A 01 HI, To !
hntMeworlc. To one that ran rmri
commended good wages will be given.
No. 40 Seventh street, between M alnut
WANTED A place for a boy 17
old. Just from school; lire" with his r
jvesi reioreuces can uc given. Adur
or call at No. West Third street.
O. Box nw,
w w I
TO PURCHASE On Wal
nut Kills, a House nnd Lot: price not to ex
ceed SS.cjon. Part cash will lie paid, the balance In
one and two years; t percent, on deferred payments.
AddrcHSfgiving description of property and terms of
salol WM. B., Times olllre. 20 a
WANTED Parties to purchase the right
of Hamilton County for the Kxoelslor Wash
ing Machine. Will bo sold cheap for cash, or other
good property. Please call and examine the Ma
chine, and Hud out the terms, at ISo. 74 West Third
WANTED TO KENT Three Rooms or
a Cottage; rent not exceeding f 120 annually.
Apply Post-office, B. H. 2n
WANTED HOUSE By a family with
out children, a House with from four to six
rooms, either In the Kiudem or Western part of the
city. Kent paid la advance Will rent or lease.
Address Box l.fina. 20b
WANTED IMMEDIATELY 3 good
carpenters. Inquire of M. P, Ott, comer of
Montgomery and Madison Turnpike, Walnut Hills.
WANTED BY A PRINTER Compe
tent and experienced, asttuatlon In the coun
try. Address, till 24th of April, "Sam LefT," Press
WANTED Situation as Book-keeper in
some Mercantlio House in this city. Salary
not so much of an object as pcrnianout employment.
Address William Barrett, P. O. apl
WANTEI?rlI.TUATIOm BJ ".ST?
W roan as Clerk In some office where the whole
of bis time would net bo required. Best of references
given. Address Dick u. Moore, Lock Box 865, P. O.
ANTED GIRL To do the house-work
nf mini I fnmllr. (Tlortnnn nrofnrrMl ITitrh-
pht wfiffof puu tu a gouu gin.
Apply at No. 319 West
flco of .1. N
For general house-
Highest wnges paid. Arnlv at the of-
Yonug's Omnibus Llue, No. 138 Sj'ca-
WANTED Situation in some store where
. . hnmrledm of Im.lno.s H.ir I
WANTED I want a situation in some
respectable faml y to drive a carriage and
make myself useful about tho house
ort," through Pot-ofnco.
VVANTED Situation to do something, by
ww a man who Is wlllln
to bis employer. Address
to make himself useful
v., at the Press omce.
WANTED Situation as
Brakesman ousome Railroad.
J., care Daily Tress.
mmfANTED TWO GIRLS A cook and
housemaid. Must give good reference. Ger-
man Protewtant preferred.
nerot .iicrarianu streor.
Inquire at 135 Elm, cor-
v T House Restaiirat, corner of Sixth and Slain
streets. WM. K. MARSH.
WANTED SODA FOUNTAIN A hand
some second-band Soda Fountain. Address
GIRL To do chamber-
work nnd take care of children. Apply at
work nnd take care of children. App
r,3 West Seventh at., betw een Linn and Daymiller.
WANTED TO SELL A Saloon doing a
good bnslness, cheap, for casb. For particu
lars, appiy at 51 Third street, between Broadw ay and
WANTED One or two young men, to
wait on table at the American Eating-bouse,
No. 74 West Third street. Nono need apply unless
they are acquainted with the business.
WANTED SITUATION By
smith and Beli-hanger. Addrei
Address Box 3,409,
BOARDING. A gentleman and his lady
can be accommodated with Boarding in a pri
vate family, and a front room on the socond floor.
I'erms reasonable. Reference, exchanged. Inquire
at 371 Wst Sixth street. 20 a
DOARDING Tbreo or four gentlemen can
U be accommodated with board and pleasant
'Moms, by making application at igz i'lum stieei.
Also a few day boarders. ap!8
BOARDING. A few gentlemen can be ac
commodated with good Board by applying at
Mo. Ion Filth-street.
BOARDING. One or two gentlemen oan
obtain a nleasant room with Board at No. 107
Longwortb-street, betweon Elm aud Plum. Terms
New York Market.
NEW YORK, APRIL 19—P. M.
ness. Flour heaTy and lower; sale. 11,200 brls. at
for superfine State; $6tt6 33 for extra do.; $3 10(k3 30
for superfine Western; gf(6 60 fur commou to good
extra Western, and tw 2U(.',6Wdo. round-hoop Ohio,
closing quiet and heavy. Canadian quiet at SG 60
7 40. Small sales Rye Flour at S;l.Wi4 40.
Wheat firm, but qulet;sales Ik.imi bushels at SI 42
SI 44 for winter Red Western; 81 43 for mixed West
ern; SI 60 for White Michigan, and &180 for White
Kentucky. Rye heavy and lower; suits 3,f00 bushels
Ht73f86c. Barley uncbauged; sales 9.0U0 bushels at
A3&72C. for inferior to good State. Barley Malt dull:
lalos 1,700 bushels choice ut Mo. Corn steady but
quiet; sales 22,000 bushels at Ni((7.H8c. for interior
prime White and Yellow Southern and Jersey; 83c.
for mixed Western. Oats lower and heavy at 32(g,i3c.
for State, 3.Vm38c. for Western and Canadian.
Whisky heavy; sales bisi brls. at 26c. ,
Pork tinner: sales 1.300 brls. at 817 13(317 23 for
new mess; 816 for thin do.; 813 for prime mess; 82U
ior clear, and 12 30 lo prime,
hrla. at SMa.7 for country pri
niu... CO Mu.ll RO I'nr rnnnrlri
r..r.vhsi iln Prinin iiihhm ltecf dull at i?17((?-2l. lleel
(lams dull and unchanged. Bacon firm; sales 100,000
lbs. clear bagged Sides, in boxes, within;, few days
l.1Vc. Cut Meats steudy; sales 130 package, at i4
iMc for Shoulders, and tK,.9'c. for Uams. Lard
.tamlv, unln 6iO hrls. at llrii.llkr.
Butter dull at 8ti.l2c. for Ohio, and 13&24C
old and new Stato. Cheese dull at DioJIUc.
Cotton Heavy; sales i,ououaies.
Sugar steady at Ti(ri,7c. Coffee firmer; sales
bags at lo;(o12i Molasses 38(ii40c.
Freights on Cotton to Liverpool dull at 3-16a.S-32d.
Stocks irregular; Chicago nnd Rock Island 3,4;
Illinois Central 55U; New York Central 73j: Virginia
Sixes yy'n: Galena and Chicago 66; Michigan Cen
ml 52.1i; Erie 19; Pacific Mall 88j; Cleveland, Co
.umbus and Cincinnati 117 M.
Wool quiet but steady; Fleece sells at 41KS GOc.
Linseea un aciivu.
3i ior puma mess;
ime. Beef steady: sale.
prime: 7 ii for do.
ackod Chicago: SI2 Jom.13
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, April 19.
rwtmi Kal. ik.MMI hales at 120.: sales of three
days 13.000 bales; receipts do. 11,750 bales against 14.-
.vjo bales at tno same (ime last year: receipis at an
Southern ports ahead of last yoar 721,000 bales.
Sugar buoyant and advanced )fec.
Molasses adrauced la; sales at 3'."ic ior prima.
Com Arm, at V5c. for prime White.
Rio Coliee firm and advanced ,V.
BALTIMORE, April 19.
ness. Flour is dull aud 12V-. lower; Howard sells at
What is scarce and unchanged. White Corn has
adrauoed K&Jc., and sells at 76ijj,BUC.; Yellow is quo
ted at BISS2c. ,,. ly ......
rrovision. auiii oacuu oiue. vu., iuum
117 T.n IS.
Whisky firm at MH&ilc for Ohio.
PiTiSBi-RQ, April 19 M. River eight feet
four inches by the pier mark, and falling.
Weather oloudy and mild.
St. Louis, April 10 M. The river con
tinues to recede slowly at this point. Nothing
new from any of the upper streams. Weather
dear and pleasant.
LocisriLLl, April 19 M. River falling
slowly, with twelve feet on the Falls. Weather
olear. Mercdry 67. ,
St. Louin, April 19 P. M. Tho river has
fallen six inohes in the last twenty-four hours,
and still continues to recede. . All the upper
streams are reported on the decline. Weather
olear and warmer.
PltTSiii'BO, April 19 P. M. River eight
feet six inches by the pier mark, and fulling.
Weather olear. Mercury SO. Arrived Hastings
and Clifton. Departed Neptune, for Nash
ville, and Diamond, for St. Louis. i
FA 0.' MELLEN, SUCCESSORS TO
DICKSON A LH BKTTF.lt. Importers and
wholesale and retail dealers lu China, Glass and
3ueenawar, l'latod aud BitUuun. Ware, Looking
lasses, Table Cutlery, Ac, s7
No. 01 Main Street, '
Betweon Third and Pearl, West Side, Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI, WEDMWDAY, APRIL 20.
Attkktiok Is called to the advertisements of
Tan Chief of Police has Issued orders to
his foroe to arrest all Daguerrean artists whom
they discover taking ploturos on the Sabbath.
The County Commissioners have not, as yet.
awarded the contract for furnishing lightning
rods for the new Lunatic Asylum at Carthage.
John Sullivan, for resisting officer Jonos,
on the corner of Sixth and Culvert stroots, was
fined $5 and oosts In the Police Court yesterday.
Miciur.L Elliott will have a hearing before
Judge Lowo to-morrow, charged with assault
ing Officer Jonos of the Thirteenth Ward.
The "Curious Members of the Queer Club"
will givo a grand pionlo about the first of
The police officers have been Instructed to
arrc.it all parties found obstructing sidewalks,
etc. A good idea.
W. G. Neilson, Esq., was admitted
bar last Saturday, as a practitioner of law,
Mr. Neilson is an old citizen, and well known
as an energetlo business man.
Wbjlt thk LEOiBLaruRt Did. The Legis
lature, at Its extra session, passed one hun
dred and ninety-threo general and looal laws,
and some forty-five joint resolutions.
The case of Fred. Colscot and George Conant
will be heard before Judge Lowe to-morrow.
These young men are charged with forging the
signatures of Chambers, Stephens 3c Co.
Wm. Smith O'Brien arrived In this city last
Monday night, and has taken rooms at the
. .. .
Burnot Hou"- IIe doclined Publi0 reception,
but will receive bis mends at bis privato room
SkveH prisoners, sentenced to the Peniten
tiary at the last term of the Criminal Court,
were esoorted to Columbus yesterday by Deputy
We would remind our readers of the sale
valuable building lots by Jacob Graff, which
will take place to-day at three o'clook.
The United States Courts mot yesterday
their rooms, when a Grand Jury was impan
nelcd and the docket of the Circuit Court
called. This was the beginning of the regular
It will be seen in our "Special Notice" col
umn that Prof. Zachos is about to form classes
in Elocution and Dramatio Reading.
Prof, is well known as a teacher of acknowl
Joa.t Coleman went into a eofiee-house
Front street, night before last, and after
twice treated by the landlord, amused
by breaking his tumblers. John was
Judge Lowe yesterday, and fined $2 and
Hknet Hash was before Judge
yesterday, charged with being drunk. Henry
was very much hurt at the idea of suoh a charge,
and asked his Honor to excuse him for
time. No go two dollars and eosts.
The best endeavors of our Railway
will be found on the fourth page of this morn
ing's issue. His style is borrowed from
oity cotemporaries, but the news embodied
his report is at least seven minutes in advance
of our most enterprising rivals.
John Dockt struck his wife over the
with a olub, a few evenings since, for
Judge Lowe held him in bonds of $500 yester
day, to answer the oharge of "assault
intent to kill." John will have a hearing
Pickpockets. As the amusement
has opened quite extensively, our oitizens,
strangers in particular, would do well to
out for pickpockets. Our eity is at this
infested with a notorious gang of these
gentlemen, who are nightly commit
Ota young friends of the Pilgrim
German Mission, and Socond Mission Sunday-
Sohools, with a ohoir of several ladies and
tlemen, under the guidance of Messrs.
pelrei and 0. N. Bush, had a very agreeable
"rehearsal" last evening at No. 25 West
street. The ooncert for which this rehearsal
was preparatory, will oome off at Smith
Nixon's Hall on Thursday evening.
fifty oents eaoh.
One of the omnibuses belonging to the
dleton line, narrowly escaped being run
by a train which was backing down from
engine-house to the Little Miami
depot, day before yesterday. The oar
the back part of the vehicle, throwing it
the track, and although was
one of the lady passengers was frightened
i state of syncope, from which she did not
oover for a considerable length of time.
"John Sjutu," oi Dovine, was
Judge Lowe yesterday, charged with
a coat from a boarder at the Southgate
i John stated that he did not steal the coat,
traded for it with a man whose name he
not recollect. John brought witnesses
stand who testified to his former good
Judge Lowe, not wishing to plaoe a
upon the good name of "John Smith,"
tenced him to pay a fine of $20 and
Assault, Robbkby and Attempted
This morning, about one o'olock,
party of fellows went into the Second-Ward
House, on Fifth street, near Race, and
into a dispute In regard to a one-dolW
which the barkeeper aid was a
A man named Joseph M. Linab, who is
employ of C. B. Camp & Co., stopped up
as he thought, quieted the disturbance,
isked them to take a drink, al'tor
while standing in the door, he was
from behind with a slung-thot by
one who, at the same time, caught
watch and ran off with it. Lin ah
knocked down, but not stunned, and be
and ran aftor the thief, who, on the
Vine street, turned and fired. While
down toward Third street two or three
shots were flredf but all without effect)
was followod past the Burnet House,
last, the watch cam and arrested the
who bd been assaulted. The would-be
Correspondence Daily Press.
COLUMBUS, Tuesday, April 19, 1859.
To one who is confined to cily lifo, a trip to
the eountry is at all times refreshing, and par
ticularly so a,t thia season of the year, when
sprlngU Opening "Tn" all Irs loveliness. ' This
morning we took the eight o'clock train from
tho Little Miami Depot, that gentlemanly and
obliging conductor, Cole, In charge. When
fairly under way, we procured what we ob
served to be the popular accompaniment to a
traveler, i. ., a copy of the Daily Press and a
quarter box of Hay's Maple Wax-candy. We
soon found ourselves teeming at a rapid rate up
the beautiful valley of the Little Miami. We
observed the farmers all along the route have
much to encourage thorn. The wheat crop
nover looked better tho ground is in line order,
and we observed many farmers engaged in
plowing, preparatory to putting in their spring
crops. Fruit of all kinds gives promise of an
abundant crop. This Capital City, since the
adjournment of the Legislature, is as dull as
a political speech after election. There is somo
little stir about the State-House, which is still
In an unfinished eondition, and promises, with
its twin sister the artesian trclt, to be, to tho
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
The Judges wore In session during the forenoon,
but no cases were henrd. A brief waa presented in
Admitted to Pkactici. In addition to the names
of the Law Students admitted to the bar. heretofore
I tmhlishml. the fnlltiwlnff were admitted resterdav:
StoniienYiiie, o. Aioen w. nennis, Cincinnati, u ,
E. C. Hill, Cincinnati, O.; Fred'k L.Johnston, Pltts-
ourg, ra.i . m. w. eten.on, cincinnaii, v., uiin
Kirk, rtnclnnatl. ( : John I,. Bofrardiis. Kllzabeth'
town. 111.; Thomas F. Applegate, Goshen, 0.; fred'k
w. .iioore, cincinnait, u.
'The Common Picas Court will adjourn on Sutur
Bi.ivrs EANCiPAT:n In Judge Storer's branch of
the (;ourt nppication was maue en nenaii oi several
n.ffrn.fl to bare a record made of their einancination.
Thev were late the property of Wm. B. hatcllfte, of
DHyotl J.a roucne, oinw, ui uuiimianx, niiu were de
scribed as follows: Pnphne Jones, nftv-thrce years
of age; Emily Jenes, fifteen years (black), and Susan
Y arrcil, a iiiumnu wuninn, mnl t irni. -in ito jr.i
and her children Ellxalieth, eight years; James, six
years; Antoinette, four years, and Harrison, two
VAflm. It was scarcely nosslble to distlnffuish some of
ineeniiuren irom iiiewuuc race, i ue recorue as
duly made, and a copy ordered by the Court to be
to ea h of the parties emancipated.
I Jiidcc Bponcer called the default llst.and submitted
Several assignments were brought in and recorded
in pursuance oi me law passca on me oin oi April,
School Board—Last Night's Proceedings.
K communication was read from the Stato School
Commissioner, containing directions to County Au
ditors In the iHstrlhution of hooks belonging; to the
Stato School Libraries, aud to Boards of Kduratluu,
in receiving and tak'na care of said books. Referred
to Committee on Libraries.
Window Sbndes were ordered to bo purchased
the new School-house of the Fourth District.
Plans for a now house on tho Ninth District School
lot were presented, but the Building Committee
not reconinienu tno ouuuiug oi saiu nouso. x.aiu
the table. .... .
The subject of adopting plans for a new school
house on the Ruffner Lot on Third street, was also
discussed, but afterward laid on tho table.
The Committee on German and English Schools re
ported adversely to the opening of a German depart
ment 111 rue OTvenm i'lfirici f-cuuui.
A resolution oflered.by Judge .lames, proposing
defer tho building of now school-houses, or additions
to the old onus, until thero Is sufficient money In
treasury after setting apart a snlliciont sum for de
fraying the current expenses of each year, was taken
A resolution w as also adopted requesting City Coun
cil to Issue bonds to the amount of 91t0,ooo, for
purpose of enabling the School Board tu arect more
school-houses, there being an Imperative demand
Tho Board then adjourned.
Establishment of a Free Church—Rev.
Mr. Conway to be the Pastor.
A call which had been issued, requesting all
who desired to nnite with the First Congrega
tional Church of this oity in the establishment
of a Free Churoh, to meet in the lecture-room
of the Unitarian Chapel, corner of Fourth
and Race streets, last night, drew so many
persons to that plaoe that it was nocessary to
adjourn to the body of the building long be
fore the time had arrived at which it was ad
vertised the meeting would bo called to order.
One-half of tho persons present were ladies,
and they seemed quite as much interested in
the proceedings as were the male portion of the
' Alphonso Taft, Esq., was culled to the chair
upon motion of Wm. Goodman, and Wm. S.
Sampson, jr., was appointed Secretary. The
President, upon taking his seat, made some
remarks In regard to the differences of opinion
which were held by the members of the old
organization, and hoped that something defi
nite might be done to unite all who were pres
ent in the establishment of a Church, which
would bo free from any trammel whatever, and
about whose feet the ohains of no creed would
Addresses were then delivored by Mr. Wil
liam Greene and Judge Hoadley, both of whom
regarded Mr. Conway, and justly, too, as a
gentleman, a scholar, and a true and devoted
seeker after truth, who was willing to sleze
upon it, no matter what shape it took, wherever
it could be found. He was earnest and sincere
in the expression of his belief, and bold, inde
pendent and manly in defending it. Ho was
pure-minded and just; would make any sacri
fice to that which was true, bnt would not yield
an inch to that which was false. He had
opened up new founts of spiritual pleasure for
both, and they had determined to support him
by every method in their power.
After this expression of opinion in regard
to their former pastor upon the part of these
gentlemen, Mr. Taft Mr. Goodman oocupying
the ohair offered the following resolution,
which was passed unanimously :
Bttolved, That a committee of ten be ap
pointed to invite subsoriptions for the support
of a Free Church, to be under the pastoral
charge of Rev. M. D. Conwoy, for the ensuing
year, to be paid quarterly in advance.
The following gentlemen were named as the
Committee: Johu G. Anthony, A. R. Spof
ford, Wm. L. Aldrich, Timothy Kirby, Jas.
lloyden,Judge George Hoadloy, Wm. S. Samp
son, jr., S. L. Wilder, Alphonso Taft and Wm.
Upon motion, it was then
JietolreU, That when the meeting adjourn
it adjourn to meet at the came plaoe on next
After some further discussion the meeting
adjourned, and those persons who desired
were requestod to append their names to
subscription resolution, which had been placed
upon the Eeorotary's tublo. In the space of
few moments about fifteen hundred dollars
been subscribed, andpnrtios were "still crowd
ing eronndthe table whon we left.
From the demonstration last night it would
appear that Mr. Conway is very popular,
there seems to be no further doubt in the minds
of the many admirers of this intellectual
earnost gentleman, ' that he will still remain
among as to counterbalance the spirit of i
ality, which, we are sorry to observe, is muoh
too prevalent among those who profess also
be the sincere and ardent followers of the gentle
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The Washington Tragedy.
TRIAL OF DANlE' E; SICKLES,
(Member of Congress from JieW Tajg,,,;, UNCHARGED
WITH THK ui tut 7.1. u"
Murder or Philip Barton Key,
(United States District Attorney.)
I FOURTEENTH DAY.
cace and Silence In Place of
War and Thunder.
MR. HALEY INDIGNANT.
TnE PRISONER CROWNED WITH KINDNESS
CHEVALIER W1K0FF IN COURT.
THOMPSON THE COACHMAN AND
"Study" Replete with many His-toriea
of Crime and Shame.
C MI ALLOWED TISIT8 TO THI CONGRES
JIUS, SICKLES THE MAN OF ORDERS.
Senator Gyn's Party Key and Mrs. S.
Geo. B. Wooldrldge, the Friend,
THE THUNDERBOLT LETTER 1
'THE WHOLE TOWN KNOWS IT J"
INSTINCTIVE HONOR STRIKES THE FATAL
Wasbikoion, April 19 .Judge Crawford
took his seat on the bench at twenty minutes
past ten this morning, and after an interval of
several minutes passed in complote silence, Mr.
Sickles came in, acoompanied by the Jailor and
officers. His faithful and inseparable com
panion, Rev. Mr. Ualoy, Unitarian minister,
has been by his side during the whole trial.
Mr. Haley Is quite indignant at the liberty
taken with him by the District Attorney, in
describing him as a clerical supe to keep the
theological part of the house in order.
It was ne who turnisneu tne eoripturai part
of the argument, hence the application.
Mr. Ould sought an opportunity of explain
ing, but Mr. Haley deoliued.
Emanuel B. Hart and Thos. J. Brown, of
New York, are unremitting in their attentions
to Mr. Sickles.
Dr. Morehcad is equally attentive to Mr.
Mr. Bogioli has not been in Court during the
Chevulier Wyokoff evinces active sympathy
with the defense. The same faces are seen in
the Court-room day after day; tho room is al
wavs filled to the utmost capacity.
The Judge's decision yesterday, admitting
the evidence of adultery, took au ny surprise.
This decision hardly covers the admission of
The defense will lie tnrougn wun its prooi
to-morrow, and the trial will probably be over
this day week. Two of the counsel will sum
up on eaoh side. There will be no charge
from the Judge In this district.
John Thompson, formerly Mr. Sickles' ooaoh
man, was examined :
I left Mr. Sickles' employ Feb. 4tb, 1859j
I was acomainted with Mr. Key by seeing him
and driving him; Mrs. Sickles went from the
house in the carriage alone; she went out mostly
from twelve to one, and remained out
until four or five ; Mr. Key always joined
Mrs. Sickles in the strcot; can hardly
mention a day that thoy did not meet;
sometimes he would come into the carriage,
and tell mo to drive through the baok streets;
when he would meet us he would always salute
Mrs. Siokles, and say, "Good morning,
Madame;" sometimes he would remain on
horseback and sometimes dismount; he never
got in the carriage at Mr. Sickles' door, and
always, but once, got out before we got
back to the bouse; he always got out at
the oorner of the avenue and Fifteenth
street, at the Club House; I knew him only
once to oome home with Mrs. Sickles,
that was in April or May last year; he went
into the house, and when he came out
I can not say; I have known Mr. Key to come
to the house while Mr. Sickles was absent in
New York; he always came at dark; knew him
to be thero every night almost; sometimes
knew him to remain there lute at night; at
other times I did not know how long he would
remain; be and Mrs. Sickles always remained
in the study; the door was shut while they
wore there; there was a sofa in that room, with
its foot right at the door; have known him to
be there once at night, while Mr. Siokles was
absent, till one o'clock in the morning; he was
always there when I went to bed, at ten or
eleven o'olock, and did not know how long he
remained. On these occasions there was no one
In the room but Mrs. Sickles and Mr. Key; I
think this was in May, 1858.
Q. Did any thing particular occur to whioh
your attention was called ?
A. Yes, sir.
Q. Relate it to the jury.
A. I was going to bed about one o'clock;
went to the head of the hall stairs and met the
seamstress; I stood and talked a little with
her, knowing that Mr. Key was in the room;
we thought we heard the ball-bell ring, and
Key and Mrs. Sickles eame to the hall-door
and looked out; there was nobody there; they
Bbut the ball-door and locked it again; they
went into the study, and I beard them locking
the study-door, and the door that leads into ine
parlor; there are two doors in the study; heard
them looking both of these; I stood a little
while, and beard them making a noise on the
sofa for about two or three minutes.
I mentioned to the girl that they were ma
klnir a noise: the eirl ran away; she would not
hearken to mo ( Laughter,) as it was not language
suitable for ber to hear; I heard them again
afterward, about two or three minutes; I then
went to bed; I knew that they were not at
eood work: (Lauirhter.Hhcre was conversation
among us all about them; they have visited
Congressional Cemetery two or three times,
two or three times at the burying ground
Georgetown; these visits would be made be
tween one and three o'clock; he would meet
somewhero in the street; they would walk
down the grounds out of my Bight, and be away
an hour or an hour and a half, then they would
come back and drive away; some times ho would
ride in and tie his horse; another time I drove
to the gate; there was only ono time that Key
rode with Mrs. Sickles in tho carriage to
Congressional burying-ground) ot another time
he rode out on his horse, tied his horse to
r: .ling, bolped Mm. Sickles out cr the carnage
and walked down the burying-ground; they
stayed an hour.
To the District Attorney Every time
Siokles rode out, Key met her; there might
somo days he did not moot ni, but very
we drove out nearly every day, and he visited
the house daily, bU not when nr. bickics
The witness repeated the evidence about
occasion, when he saw Key at the house at
o'olock at night.
Q, What kind of a sofa was in the study
A. It was a pretty largo sofa; the
is red; it looks fretty. good and ."daoent."
Q. Did Key visit Mrs. Sickles on occasions
of Mr. Siokles' absenee at night?
A. He always visited her at night to
knowledge when Mr. Sickles was away; I
not exactly say whether Mr. Siokles was
or not during any night of this year: think
drove him ouoe to the ears to go tor Philadel
phia, but can not exaotly say whether be
away ia the evening ot not; it was my impres
that he was going to Philadelphia; I did
see) him get into the earn; be had a carpet
can not exactly say when Mr. Sickles was
but I know if be was away any night
year or this year, I would Hardly be bock -
the house before Key would be there; when
Mr. Sickles was away Key was there; I
recollect the night of Senator Gwyn's party, a
fancy ball last year; about two o'clook in the
morning Key and Mrs. Siokles loft Gwyn's
bouse and got Into the carriage together. I ,
tfrove him and her to the National Hotel; they
in the carnage a little while, when Key got
and bid her good night, and I was told to
drive borne; I was told to drive down H or J
street) it was always ' Mrs. Siokles' order.,
given in the presence of Key; that was the only
time I drove them from a party; on that night
Mr. Sickles was at home and In bed; I oan not
exaotly give the data of that party; the orders
drive in the back streets were always given
Mrs. Sickles; Key was always in the car
riage at the time; I drove past the City 11 all
one day while Key and Mrs. Sickles were in
carriage; he went in and she waited till
came out, and then I drove to Georgetown;
this was last year, perhaps in May; I met him
almost every day in the year, and so oan not
any day; I drove her once to Key's house
C street; I left him there as we oame from
the cemetery, but she did not go In; she left
oards there for Mrs. Pendleton.
Geo. B. Wooldrldge', re-ealled. The anony
mous letter to Mr. Siokles was produced and
shown to the witness. He identified it as the
same letter, with the same envelop, he had
seen on Friday, February 2&th, two dayi be
fore Mr. Key was shot.
Ho said Mr. Sickles showed the letter to
me; he read most of it, bnt did not read all;
handed it to me and I read the rest of it.
(The letter referred to was bandod tothe Jury.)
Mr. 8ickles said to me, "That villain bos just
passed the house and has made his signals
with my wife." I made Inquiry as to the truth
the statements eontained in the anonymous
letter; on Friday I communicated the faots I
had learned to Mr. Sickles; I told him I had
got the consent of parties to occupy a room op
posite the bouse of assignation; I Informed
Mr. Sickles that a young man told me that the
woman was last seen going into the house on
Thursday previous; I afterward discovered
that it was Wednesday, instead of Tbursdny,
that she was there; I told this to Mr. Sickles,
and described the dresses of the parties; he
was convinced that the woman was his wife; I
told him the signal of the ribbon hung in the
window was known to the people of the vicin
ity, and they knew by that when Key was iu
the bouse and the woman was eoming; I told
him how the house was rented; when I told
Mr. Sickles that it was Wednesday, instead of
Thursday, that his wife had been there, I re
mained with him
To Mr. Ould When he first spoke of the
letter he took me to bis room and said: George,
I have painful news to communicate to you.
He then took the letter out of bis pocket and
read all but the last two lines, and then burst
into tears; I told him I hoped the woman was
not his wife; he then said that he did not usu
ally take any notice of anonymous letters, hut
these facts are easily proved, as he had found
that there was such a house as that described
in tbe letter, and that he had heard Key hSd
rented It. He asked me to watch aud Bee if
the woman that went to meet Key, waa bis
wife; I hired a room iu the house oppd i'o to
it, and did so; we both went iu a carriage to
Fifteenth streot and he pointed out the house
to me; Mr. Butterworth talked to Mr. Sickles
and tried to calm him; after his first exclam
ation, Mr. Butterworth said, only wo know
it. Mr. Sickles replied, the whole town knows
it what shall I do? Mr. Butterworth said,
You are a man of honor, and I have no advice
to give. I never heard Mr. Butterworth say
to Mr. Sickles, There is but one eourse for you
The Court adjourned till to-morrow.
Washington, April 19. The State Depart
ment is in receipt of voluminous dispatches from
Commissioner Bowlin concerning Paraguay af
fairs. The Winnebago delegation of Indians yes
terday buried, with Impressive oeramonies, their
prophet and orator, the most prominent man
in the tribe.
Judtzine from certain Indications, the news
from Nicaragua is not of suoh a charaoter as
will alter the alleged policy of the Adminis
tion ooncerning that Republic
: Much interest is manifested in diplomatio
quarters in regard to the subject.
It is stated that Gen. Juaret will return to
Nicaragua on the 6th of May.
The amendment to the Cass-Yrissari Treaty
provides that the United States shall engage
to use due vigilance and all lawful means to
prevent the organization of hoBtile parties in
this country intended for the invasion of Nicar
agua. While some prominent gentlemen look upon
this as a reflection on our good faith in carry
ing ont the Neutrality Laws, and as unneces
sary, others are disposed to regard the ratifica
tion as an evidence ot tne disposition oi .Nicar
agua to cultivate friendly relations. Slight as
Is tho amendment it is not certain it will be
acceptable to the administration, which has
not given it due consideration. With regard
to the efforts of the British authorities to re
move the obstacles to the Clayton-Bulwer
Treaty, present appearances, if not assurances,
are such as not to change tbe belief that there
will be a favorable solution of the question.
It has heretofore been confidently stated that
the Paraguay fleet bad been ordered to Central
America, but such does not now seem to be
probable, although several of the vessels will
be sent to the Gulf, when tbey shall again be
put in commission. It is considered that there
is sufficient force in Central America for all
LATER FROM VENEZUELA.
PROGRESS OF THE REVOLUTION.
PaaAniiPBiA, April 19. The bark Joseph
Maxwell, Capt. Davie, from Laguayra, Mar oh
26th, and Puerto Cabello, April 2d, arrived at
this port this morning. Capt. Davis report
the country throughout In a state of revolu
tion. Commandant Pinto, on tbe 28th ult.,
bad routed Gen. Garvarei from Bubbardole
and had killed some few men. Garvaret Is said
to have about 600 men, but is very scarce of
arms. Gen. Zamora had plundered San Felipe
of about $100,000 worth cf property. There
had been quite a oontest, and the government
troops were oompelled to retreat. Puerto Ca
bello was all up in arms, and the stores were
compelled to be closed balf the time. Troops
were landing every day from the East.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
St. Louis, April 19. The Overland Cali
fornia Mail, with dates to the 25th ult., has
arrived here. The news is unimportant. The
markets were generally unohanged.
The btate finances are In a nourishing con
dition. Upward of $800,000 in the treasury.
Tbe mining news of California and British
Columbia I favorable.
Tbe news of the admission of Oregon into
the Union reached Portland on the 15 th ult.,
but caused ne demonstration.
The passengers report the massacre of a fam
ily of nine persons by the Caddo Indians, in
the vicinity of Cooper Camp, Texas.
New Havkk, April 19. The Annual Con
ference of tbe Methodist Church is in seesion
in 'Ms oity, Bishop Janes presiding. A reso
lution was passed, almost unanimously, da
olaring that slaveholding is a sin, and should
bejinscrtcd in the goneraJ rules as one of the
things forbidden by them.
Departure of Lord Napier.
Bai.timorb, April 19. Lord Napior aud
family left this city this morning for Annapolis,
from whence tney win depart in toe prmsu
I frigate Curacoa. .
From New Orleans.
Ntiw Oblbahs. Anril 19. Cant. Bossier and
John Vernon, proprietor of the Courier, had
a pUtol renoontre to di.y. Bossier was dan