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WANTED.
(""WANTS," "FOIl SALE," "TO I.KT," "LOST,"
I "FOUND," Ac, in this column.occupylng thro line
;or less, two insertions, twenty-five cents.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY A good
Woman or nil I, to do general housework.
Anply at ;l I Fifth street. ?J','i!
WANTED A Ocntloman of experience In
hotel keeping, In thin and other countries, la
' desirous of obtaining a permnnent Itnatlon in some
respectable hotel, in this or any other city, either as
fvnernl superintendent or principal nrnre rlerk.
Inference of the Unit clam will lie given to the person
, or persons w ho suit. Commnnleatloni stating par.
ticulnra, addressed W. J. Hunker, at the ofllce of The
Dally "roes, will be promptly attended to. ap
WANTED A Girl to sew on vests. None
but a good hand need apply at Mo, 304 Plum
street. apft-2t .
V7"ANTED By a Gentlman and his Lady,
WT hoarding In a private family, iln the Four-
teenthWard,) where there are no other boarders.
ItWereuces exchanged. Address J. M. L., P. O. Box
JMi.j. pMI
"rANTED A good carriago driver, used
to driving III city; three farm-lmnds who
can
milk; three female cooks; ten girls, fore it yaiul conn,
try. AIo, for hire, one German gardener; one Kng
liNhinnti and three Germans as porters all first-class
men at Intelligence Otlice, Ho. 'ii East Fourth
street. apl-2tll
WANTED KIHHT OFF Young men
to travel, a miller to take charge of a grist
mill, n carpenter, a farmer tn bo on a fiirui. on shares
or otherwise. Also, a lady capable of teaching music
nnd the priimirv Km.rHh branches, at A. D. Carson's
Agency ontoe, Xo. :w Western row. apt-B
WANTED TO LEASE OR RENT A
vacant Lot. or half a Lot, in or liX feet front,
between Third and Fifth sts., on Banm, or Ellen, or
Marystreots. AddressOayley Harris, 31 Batimstreet.
State prico and location, with or without privilege of
buying. an-aw
WANTED CASH Ten thousand dollars
at lft per cent. First-class security given.
Address immediately, " B. D. WENDKLL. Post.
olHce." apz-at
WANTED Ono or two additional Car
riers of the "Daily Press," for the city of
Covin gton, Ky. ap8
VANTED A GOOD PRESSMAN One
v used to running Cylinder Presses preferred,
fiood references required. Address "A," Lock Box
fe3. api
WANTED TO RENT Any perron who
will have a small Cottage House for rent in
tho course of two or three weeks, cuu hear of a good
tenant, by addressing II. W. 11., Press omce. rnr26.t
FOR SALE.
"BOR SALE ON TERMS A new Brick
-BV House and Lot, No. 213 West Ninth street, be
tween Cuttur and Linn. Lot 20 by loo feet, to an
alley. Front, side and rear yard. House has four
rooms and kitchen. The owner wants to loave the
city. Inquire next door, No. 'il ft. ap8-b
I710R SALE A Soda Fountain, warranted
. perfect. Price, ftt.V Apply on or before April
11th. C1IA8. A. JUNGHANNH,
apj-2t Corner Third and Mill sts., Cincinnati.
171 OR SALE. One half of an extra good
- Route on thin paper. Inquire at this office, orat
the Currier's, !il5 West Ninth street, between Cutter
nnd Linn. ap.vb
FOR SALE A lathe, slide-rest, etc Apply
at 03 West Fourth street ; room No. 1, up
s taj rs. apl-4t
I710R SALE A desirable Mt. Auburn resi
. denrc, sltuatod on Southern Avenue. For par
ticulars Inquire at the Washington Jlounury, coiner
i unu Longwortn Btruets.
of Vine i
nir25-AM
FOR RENT.
IjlOR RENT A NICE HOUSE AND
GARDEN.a Tew milesin tlie country, on a pike,
with a dally omnibus passing the door. Apply at the
Fifth-street Horse Auction, from nine to twelve
o'clock. iap4-U B. DAY.
BOARDING.
If. BOARDING Three or four single Gentle
Mw men can be accommodated with board and
lodging, at if ItH West Fifth street. ap7-2f
BOARDING A fow day boarders can be
accommodated at No. 100 West Fifth street,
with good board at reasonablepric.es. ap5
FOUND.
FOUND On the evening of the 4th inst., a
small package of I. O. O. F. tickets to a Grand
Festival, to come off nt the Melodeon on the 26th
inst. Inquire at 103 West Fifth street.
ap7 JOHN BKLL.
5710UND In the Post-office building, a
' Package of Tickets, etc., which can be had by
the proper claimant, on payment of this advertise
ment, at 103 West Filth street. apit
LOST.
"f OST LADY'S BREASTPIN A white
MJ Cornelian Breastpin, with a blue wreath in the
center, containing a bunch of grapes set in a gold
frame, representing a vine. A suitable reward will
be given if left at the Press office. ap7-2t
I OST $5 REWARD. I will give a reward
A nf I-1 VIC. T)f 11,1. ARM for the return of the Pa
pers which were in my pocket-book at the time tho
same wits taken from me at the Cincinnati, Hamilton
and Dayton ilauroaa Aicpot.
asked. , LEVI CO FIN,
ap7 B. W. corner Franklin and Broadway.
TBUFF, MERCHANT TAILOR, NO.
Vine street, opposite the Burnet House,
F
NICHOLAS BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office, No. 3 Manchester Buildings, South-west
corner Third and Sycamore Streets, Cincinnati, Ohio.
333
WM. PENN NIXON, ATTORNEY
LAW. Office, Bank Building, N. W. cornor
Third and Main sts., Cincinnati, O. Especial atten
9 Ion given to collections. 31
, 128
, Cin
cinnati, O. Particular attention paid to scouring,
dyeing and repairing.
PUC. II Sf KIRK, Attorneys at Law, No.
12 Selves Building, south side Third st., between
Main and Walnut. Cincinnati. Ohio.
ri EO. ATKI NS, dealer in English, French
JSTand Gorman VARIETY GOODS. Mrs. Bishop's
oelobrated Corsets, and French wove corsets, wholo
sa'.e and rotnil. Pinking, stamping, embroidering,
Ao. No. Ilia Fifth straet. betwoou Vine and kare,
4'inctne.atl. hi .
RANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
FOUNDRY, B. ALLISON, Bupenntoaaent.
Printlng Materials of all kinds. 168 Vine street. '1W
TD. WATSON, COMMISSION MER
Am niTAVT u.ti,lnaala r-tjail dealer tn GRO
CERIES ANdVroDUCB: Also, the best Brands
Halt kept constantly on baud. Northeast corner
Third arid Elm streets. Cincinnati, Ohio. 71
SB. COOMBS, VENITIAN BLIND
Manufactory, No. 236 Vine street, Cincinnati.
Window Bliados, Buff-Linen, and Cambrio Curtain
Goods, wholesale and retail. McCord's old stand.
cheap as the cheapest, as good as the best. We
to please. "
ART & 1IICKCOX, Wholesale
Retail Dealers In Goodvear's India Rubber
Goods, Hose, Steam Packing and Machine Belting,
at Factory prices. Also, rich Fancy Goods in
f reat variety, uroers irom acaien promptly nueou
o. at t'J West Fourth street, Ciuciunatl.aud 83 North
Fourth street. St. Louis, Mo. 27
SEALS. State, Court, Corporation, Notary
Public, Ecclesiastic, Lodge, and all other Seals,
designed and engraved to order. Also, Wax Seals,
or Private and Official use.
NO. 14 WEST FOURTH STREET.
AMES C. FOULDS, FORWARDING AND
Commission Merchant, and Produce Broker,
Office, No. S Exchange BulMIng, Walnut street,
O. Agent for sale of John A. Shaw A
Pearl Starch. ' 1
TV. WHETSTONE WHOLESALE
DRUGGIST, and Dealer In Drugs, Medicines,
Paints, Oils, Colors and Dye-stuff", Window
and Glassware, flue Chemicals, Perfumery and
articles, northeast corner Pearl and Sycamore
Cincinnati, Ohio.
AMERICAN BANK NOTE COM
PANY, south-east corner of Fourth and
atreets, Cincinnati, Ohio. Engraved in a style corre-
ponding in excellence to that of Bank Notes,
Slate and County Bonds. Certirtcates of
and Deposit, uneras, notes, m aou neiver nmiii,
Cards, Ac. c. Tho above office is under the snporvi-
UAH. At .U..I.U,
Ion of
JAHBS UBKW,
Engraver.
CSRW.
T& B. L. CREW, SUCCESSORS TO CREW
A McOHEW, Wholesale and Rotail Grocers
and Produce Dealers. Nos. 107 and m Third
southwest corner of Kim aud Third, Cincinnati.
Personal and prompt attention will be given to
sale of Produce on Consignment. H
CAMPBELL, ELLISON CO., MANU
FAOTURBHS of UOT AND COLD BLAST
J'ltJ IUON, STOVES A CASTINGS. Warerooins,
No. ill East Second Street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
OWE'S DRAWING-ROOM DANCES
. Vsiwiclallv desilrned forHoHul Rvanlnff Parties.
containing 2s Quadrille or Cotillons, aud over
Polkas, Schottischos, Waltzes, Hay.mkas, Reels,
eto.,etc, illustrated with cuts, and the
and description of each Dance or Quadrille
each piece of Music Price ft 00. Mailed on
ut fl 24. 0. Y. FONDA,
iS T4 West Fourth Street.
R. A. JACKSON HOWB, SURGEON,
Mo. 1 West Fourth Street.
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P,rlcon'i BieW Calorie Engine, by
which thta piper la prlntod, provei a success.
It runs Hoo's lightning double cylindor press,
throwing oft" three thousand impressions per
hour, at an expense, for fuel, of ono cent nnd
half per same time. Our press andcnglneroom
is open to the publio at 10 o'clock P. M. Ladies
and gentlemen, welcome I
Clothing Intelligences
SPRAGUE'S
Compliments to all. Will be home for three months.
No. 10 ICnat Fourth Street.
AriitL 8, 1859. (367)
SPRAGUE & CO., fancy Cass. Pants,
10 lvnsjt Fourth Street.
Eprague & Co., black Doeskin Pants,
10 Knt Fourth street.
Departure of Trains.
Cincinnati, Hamilton A Dayton 6:00 A. M., A:40
A. M., 4:30 P. M. 6:40 P. M., Hamilton Accommo
dation. Cincinnati ft St. Lons-Oroo A. M., 4:15 P. M. 10:50
P. M.. Louisville Express.
Indianatoi.is A Cincinnati S A. M., 4:1.1 P.M. 8:00
P. M. .Chicago and Terre Haute Night Express.
T.ITTI.t MIAMI 0.00 A. M . 4:1A P. M .. 11:30 P. M.
Cincinnati, Marietta A Pabkkrsburo From East
Front-Street l)cpot-:3n A. M., 3:30 P; M.
Cincinnati, Wii.mikoton A Zanisvillk From East
Front-Street Depot 9 A. M., 4:15 P. M.
Cincinnati, Richmond A Indianapolis 8:00 A.M.,
i-m P. M.
AwnrasoN, Kokowo A Looanspokt From Cincinnati,
Hamilton uaytou ieoot n:w a. m.
Local ISTews.
CINCINNATI, FRIDAY, APRIL 8.
The Cincinnati Pioneer Association
Celebration of the Seventy—first Anniversary
the First Settlement of
Ohio, at Smith & Nixon's Hall.
,, attempts to reach you
' " , r.f , jinn i.ity
The seventy-first anniversary of the settle
ment of Ohio, the 11th April, was appropri-
utely celebrated last evening by the Cincinnati
Pioneer Association, at Smith & Nixon's Hall
The Committee of Arrangements are entitled
to great credit for the admirable manner in
which they had prepared every thing essential
to the comfort and convenience of the "old
folks" and the younger portion who were pros
ent. Early in the evening the gatlories were
thronged with the old veterans and pioneers
Interspersed with a goodly assemblage of
"Young America."
In the main body of the hall were arranged
the tables, five in number, for the banquet.
Henry Alms, of the Verandah, was the caterer
on the occasion, and he fully carried out his
reputation by furnishing a supper that gave
universal satisfaction.
About nine o'clock tho company, numbering
over three hundred and fifty ladies and gentle
men, sat down to the repast. Tbe venerable
President of the Association, Col. John John
son, presided, assisted by the Vice President,
Thos. H. Yeatman, Esq. Upon the stage of
the hall, the Newport-Barracks Band, con
sisting of twenty-three members, discoursed
most elegant musio during the evening. After
the supper, Col. Owen T. Reeveg,of Chillioothe,
was called upon, and after a few brief re
marks, submitted a number of valuable old
documents, some of which were read by tho
Secretary of the Society, John I). Caldwell,
Esq.
Among these interesting relics of oldon times
was an original parohment patent, being tho
first grant of lands issued by General Govern
ment north-west of the Ohio River. It wan'
dated February 20th, 1795, and signed by Geo.
Washington, Presidont, and Timothy Pioker-i
ing, Seoretary of State.
He also produced an original letter from Col,
Aaron Burr, addressod to Col. Mead, of which
the following is a copy:
Mr Deab Sib Some fatality seems to attend
At to moment
I was setting out to dine with you, Col. Lynch,
with whom I have business, arrived and de
tained me. I will indomnify myself before
leaving the neighborhood.
Accept the assurances of the great respect
and consideration with which I have tho honor
Your obedient, A. BURR.
LEXINGTON, November 3.
The following amusing bill, being an account
owing to the great Daniel Boone, was read
from the original manusoript by Mr. Caldwell.
The hill is. in the old English currenoy:
"JULY THE 16TH, 1787.
of
As
aim
and
very
Cin
cinnati, Co.'s
Glass
sts.,
0
Main
Ball
roud. Stock
Nathaniel Mksbby fc Rout. Conley,
To Daniel Boone, Dr.
1 Buckskin 0
19 to llower
I peare inogisons
To Brandy and Whiskey..
" 8 tb Backer
12 Diets ............ .....
8
U
...0 3
...0 6
... 0 3
... 0 16
IB
Col. Davidson, of Syoamore Township,
a venerable specimen of a gun, which
he said was over one hundred years old,
had been used by his father at the battle
Monmouth and Trenton.
Interesting and entertaing speeohes w
made by Gen. Robertson, Rev. S. J. Brown,
Hon. Bellamy Storer, Win. J. Flagg,
Mayor R. M. Bishop, Jesse Bovis, Esq.,
A. N. Riddle, W. P. Stratton, Esq., Judge
Carter, and others, and we reg,et we have
the space to give a synopsis of them.
Mr. Flagg, in his remarks, happily alluded
to our Calorio engine, which he termed
pioneer in the West, eventually destined
tupersede steam.
Judge Carter presented to the Association
several ball invitations extended to his mother,
as far back as 1806 and 1807.
The evening was spent in an agreeable
sooial manner. The old pioneers, their
and the widows of pioneers were grouped
the hall, heartily engaged in relating reminis.
cences of the past, and relating many incidents
of the early settlements of the North-west,
nnd Cincinnati particularly. It was a glorious
gathoring of those who suffered and endured
so muoh in early times, and may they all
many years to meet for the same object, and
the same oongenial and sooial spirit.
the
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Re
dowas, calls
under
receipt
ol
Official Majorities Tho official majori
ties of the late election areas follows: Mayor
Bishop, 1,828; Judge of the Superior Court
Hondley, 1,853; Judge of .the Police Court-
Lowe, 1,573; Treasurer Townsend, 648;
ditor Wassenloh, 1,405; Solioitor
2,126; Civil Engineer Gilbert, 2,119;
outing Attorney Johnson, 1,601; Police
Royse, 2,333; Commissioner Uorton,
Trustee of Water-works Stone, 1,787; Dlreotor
Infirmary Llndeman, 1,940; Wharfmaster
Bak'ir, 2,093; Market-master Coffin, 2,339.
la? oonsequence of the rehearsal for Mayer
beer's ehef d'otuvre, Robert L Diable,
will be no opera to-night.
AMUSEMENTS.
Wood's Thea. Tho Inimitable G. S.
Bucr.Icy takes a benofit nt this establishment
this evening. A lengthy program mo, and
"Luoroaia Borgia" in burlesque opera, is
offered.
National Tiikatkr. A most attractive bill
is offered this evening, for the benefit of Mrs.
Sinolair. An entirely new play, entitled Court
nd SUtije, together with A Mnrniiuj Cull and
the laughable farce of Love in Humble Life,
make up a longthy programme.
Tiik Italian Opera. Pike's Opera House,
the most magnificent Temple of Music In the
nion, was again crowded last evening with a
brilliant audience the evening having been
set apart .for the benefit of M'me Wilhorst,
whose representations In the Daughter of Iht
JteifimciU and L'Klinir V Amort, or the Elhir
of love, was exceedingly piquant and power
ful, as was evldenoed by the prolonged and
rapturous appluuse that greeted her every ap
pcarnnce on the stage The troupe, as a
whole, played and sang with spirit. M'me W.
never did hotter than in hor favorite role of
"Maria." Her rat-tat-too on the drum
"bo-ought down the houso." The "Tonio" of
Squires was very commendable, while Atnodio,
"Sergeant Sulplisol," was more than ordi
nary. Indeed, this artiste is always good In
evdry role he undertakes. The Ballet Diver-
tin ment passed off very agreeable with M'lle
Frank as the "Queon of Terpsichore."
There will be no opera this evening, in con
sequence of the necessary day and night re
haarsal for the production of that greatest of
modern operas, and masterwork of tho cole-
birated Mayorbeer, Ilobert le Diabtc. This
o pera is one of the most difficult, and yot the
S'lblimost, within the operatic reportoire. It is
perfect in its unity and sublimity, and we dare
venture the assertion that, from the cast pre
sented, it will be difficult for our cynical musi
cal artistes not to be pleased beyond measure
vt ith the musio, situations, etc., and execution
of this great and superior opera. M'me Wil
li orst as "Isabella," M'lle Colson as "Alice,"
M'lle Frank as "Elena," Slgnor Brignoll as
"Robert," Junca as "Bertram," and Scola as
uRaymbaund." We predict for the attendance
on this opera the largest house of the season;
'
Mary MoNhlty was arrested by Officer John
1. Jones, of the Thirteenth Ward, last evening,
for walking the streets in male apparel, and
Hocked up in the Hammond-street Station
!house. Mary will bo brought before Judge
IPruden this morning, to answer the charge
and foloniously appropriating tho aforesrid coat
pants to her own use.
All who are not members of the Pioneer
Association, and who camo to Ohio previous
to July 4, 1812, who were at the Banquet, are
requested to remit their autograph signatures
by letter to J. D. Caldwell, committee deputed
to gather statistics for the association.
The Glorious Thirteen. Last night, among
the multitude of visitors to see tho "Great
Ericsson" our Calorie engine there were in
dividuals from thirteen different States in
Union.
The Queon City Insurance Company, whose
card we advertise this morning, is a home com
pany, composed of some of our oldest and
citizens, and we can safely rooommend the pub
lic to insure in it.
Fire An alarm of fire was occasioned about
one o'clock this morning by the burning of
shed attached to the white-load factory of Har
rison, nill Sc Co., on West Eighth etroot,
low Harriet. The fire was extinguished with
out much damage.
The residence of a baker on Wade street,
few doors west of Baymiller, was entered
evening by some burglarious individual,
carried off the baker's pants, containing $16.
Our thanks are tendered to Mr. Meredith,
Adams' Express Company, for late Indiana
and other papers.
Gas Stoves. See Hptne Intorests.
MEDICAL CARDS.
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R. S. NEWTON, M. D.,
Office, 90 West Seventh Street,
BETWEEN yinr and rack.
O. E. NEWTON, M.
OrricK No. 90 West Seventh street, between
and Race. ItKsinENca No. 63 Seventh street,
tween Walnut and Vine. Orrica uouas li to
A. M.; U to 3H P. SI.; 7 to 8 P. M.
DENTAL CARDS.
ex
hibited and
of
Hon.
not
to
and
dames
about
live
in
Au
Hays
Prose
Clerk
1,749;
I. L. HAMLIN.
H. R. SMITH,
Drs. IIAMLEN & SMITH,
DENTISTS,
No. 3 West Fourth St.
DR. S. WARDLE,
DENTIST
Offioe No. 138 West Fourth street,
tUNOINNAII OHIO
NARROW GUACE,
No. 80 Sycamore street, in Museum Building.
Constantly on hand a tnnply of PURE ANDGJEN
UINE LIQTJORH, WINKs, BBANDIES,
"CROW" WHISKY, and IMPORTED CIGARS.
238 M. STEVENS, Proprietor.
oaiTdwell tc
dumlda street. Cincinnati,
OUTCALT'S ELASTIC METALLIC
ROOFINO. Prices reduced to suit the
the cheapest and best Metal RnoBnit now used.
san be put on at any soasun of the year ; is prepared
ready for laying, and i an be applied by any
i,l. nnlinar. titarllMnlfUtl skill. ranidlV. M HO
Ing le reuulred. Orders for Uoonng,froni auy
the ci niurr. promptly filled.
78 132 Cel
HIBDICATED STRENGTHENING
IT PLASTERS. These Plasters are excellent
rummies in cases of pain and weakness in the
breast or bark : also, in rheumatic affections,
asthma, sprains, bruises, and kidney pr spinal
The Arnica, Galbsnnm, Pitch, Poor
and Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of
sites, on kid or cloth, and Poor Man's on paper,
A. GRUrFITH.and supplied to dealers and druggists
en asood terms as anymajiiifactjrrejiijlnthe C.
'triOLIN STRINGS. A GOOD ARTICLE
T of the above, and also of OUITAR STRINGS,
ran always be found at 74 West Fourth street,
Rooms of C. M. Murch.) Following songs just
Mngor in Blissful Repose, by Foster.......
My Loved Oue aud My Own Kva, by Foster,
There's not a Heath, by Millard,
All Alone, by Millard
Charming Waltn, by Ulukle, ................35c.
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JAMES
liURR
there
BRADFORD CO., FRENCH
Mir.r. HTONie MANUFACTURERS.
and Importers of French Burr Uloekn.and the
Inu Dutch Auker-Brand Bolting Cloths
manufacturers of Portable Mills, So. fl Walnut
West side, between Second and Pearl, Cincinnati,
All work sold at this establishment warranted of
best quality, and if not found so upon trial,
money will he refunded.
FA 0. MELLEN. SUCCESSORS
DICKSON A LE BETTER, Importers
wholesale and retail dealers In China, Glass
Sueeusware, Plated and Britannia Ware,
lasses, Table Cutlery, Ac,
Mo. 91 Mailt Street,
Between Third and Pearl, West Bide, Cincinnati,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS.
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Washington, April 7. Tho trial commences
in enrnest to-day, and the interest in it becomes
intensified. As soon as tho dour were opened
the court-room was filled with a thionfr, press
ing; and crnstiing to obtain n glimpse of the
prisoner, who sits in tho barbarous-looking
arrangement to which he Is consigned by the
usage of the Court, though he sits throughout
the proceedings apparently calm and unmoved;
yot, when he gets back to his prison apartment,
he shows signs of oxhaustion, and when alone,
which Is not often, he is said to be a prey to
sorrowful reflections not thnt he regrets tho
act for which he is now on trial, (no compunc
tious thonght of that visits his mind;) but
when ho thinks upon his blighted home, and
the ruin that has been wrought by the villainy
of a false friend, his habitual self-possession
gives way, and nature asserts her supremacy.
The Washington papers have published a
statement that Mrs. Sickles is now in the city.
There is no truth whatever in the statotnont.
Tho lady's father oontradicts it in tho most
positive manner, and says that since she left
her home here she has been residing under his
roof in New York, under the protection of her
mother, and hopes that hor name will not be
wantonly or unnecessarily dragged before the
publio. He and Mr. Sickles' father remain to
gether in Court all the timo.
Mr. Graham complains that lettors passing
between himsolf and Mr. Sickles, have , been
tampered with in the post-office, some opened
in transitu, and others not reached their desti
nation. The Court opened at fifteen minutes after
ten o'clook this morning.
After some delay the jury was called and all
answered to their names.
Judge After the jurors were dismissed yes
terday, one of them oame up to tbe bench and
asked if he oould say a word to me. I told him
not about this case. However, he wont on to
say: I answered the questions put to me, but
since I have been sworn into the jury-box I
have been reflecting upen this thing, and I am
not quite satisfied with myself. On which I
said, I oan not believo you, and he immediately
turned around and wenton. 1 think it right to
mention this publioly, in case counsel may think
it proper to move about it. So little impression
did tho man's appearance make on me that I
can not recognize him now, but he is one of the
eleven.
Mr. Moore, the juror, standing up, said I
was impressed with the responsibility that
restod on me, and felt a kind of shrinking
from the duty.
Judgo I hope you were.
Juror It made me feel unpleasant, but this
morning 1 ean say to the Court that 1 teel per
fectly satisfied in my own mind.
J udge Very well, I am glad to hear it. It
was the duty of the Court to state this.
Juror I am very glad I have this privilege
of making this explanation.
Alphonso S. Wright, the twelfth juror, was
then sworn, and took his seat in the jury box,
when the twelve juroos were called and an
swered. Clerk, to the prisoner Stand up.
Mr. Sickles stood up in tho box.
Clerk Daniel E. Sickles, look on tho jury
while the indictment is being read.
The indictment was then read.
Clork Upon this indictment the prisoner has
been arraigned, and upon this indiotment has
plead not guilty, and has put himself on his
country. That country you represent, and this
indictment you are to try.
Distriot Attorney Ould opened the case for
the prosecution, by making an eloquent and
effoctive statement of the oiroumstances of the
murder, amid the breathless attention of the
judge, jurors and audience.
The Judge said that it was unusual here
to have openings on both sides made before
any of the evidence was presented, but pre
sumed that the counsel for the defense
would prefer to reserve their opening till the
case for the prosecution closed.
Mr. Brady replied that the counsel preferred
the latter course.
The Judge said that, while the former was
the usage of the Court, the wishes of the coun
sel were always consulted by him.
The witnesses for the United States were
then called into Court.
The following persons answored and were
severally sworn, such boing the practice here.
Dr. R. H. Cooledgo, R. R. Stone, Richard N.
Downer, F.Doylo.T. E. Martin, P. V.R. Van
Wycke, Jas. Dubrow, Abel Upshur, Edward
E. M. Tidsall, Cyrus McCormick, John M.
Seely, Jonah D. Hoover, Robert J. Dillon,
Thomas Woodward, Reuben Worthingtou,
Henry Hepburn and Edward Dolanold.
Some delay occurred which tho Distriot Attorney
explained by saying that he was waiting
for a witness whom he wished to examino first,
and who was now In Court. He had sent
him.
This witness was Jainos 11. Roed, a police
man. He soon afterward came into Court, was
sworn, and took tbe stand.
Q. Were you present at the time of the
death of Mr. Key? A. I was near by.
Q. Be good enough to state all tho circum
stances oonnocted with the killing that you
saw.
Witness I was passing on the Sabbath
tbe 27th ot February up the street Known
part of Pennsylvania avenue, running by
President's house, and I got up nearly opposite
the street known as Madison Place. I was
walking along leisurely, going westward, when
I heard a loud talking, as I imagined.
eyo fell on two gentlemen on the corner of
pavement: one was standing rather westward,
the other eastward. They seemed to be from
four to six feet apart. I saw the arm of
one who was westward begin to raise. Di
reotly I saw there was something in it, ap
parently a pistol. He raised the pistol grad
ually, and in the course of five or tea seoonds
saw him take deliberate aim. Saw bim aim
ing at the man eastward of him. The aim
deliberate. The man eastward was making
effort to get away from the direction of the pis
tol. In two or three seconds the pistol
fired. The man who fired the pistol moved
little westward slowly, and tho other advanced
toward him. The ono eastward followed
rapidly, but did not gain upon him till they
reached the place where the first firing took
place.
Q. Do I understand you to say that
went to the middlo of Madison Place ?
Witness Thoy went westward, aud a little
on the southwest line. When they reached
within about eighteon or twenty foot from
where the first fire took place, the man
was shot at retreated, and wont somewhat
northwardly and eastwardly, up Madison
Place. The other followed him up, though
ot so closely, perhaps. The gentleman
was shot at ran up and got behind a tree,
commenced shouting "Murder don't shoot
me. The man who bad the pistol came up
about five feet of him, and there be attempted
to snoot, but his pistol snapped, lie then
back a little, the man who was shot
following him up, and thoy went into
middle of Madison Place. That was after
first snapping and the sooond attempt to shoot.
When thoy reaohed the middle of the
they were about ten feet apart. Here a socond
firing took place. Just before that I saw
man who was shot attempt to throw something
which apparently struck the other. The throw
ing and a sooond firing of tho pistol were
As soon as the pistol was fired
man got himself up this way, (describing
with both hands pressed against bis stomach,)
and said something like, "Kill me." He
ran over to the pavement. Can not say whether
he touohed the fence or not. The man
fired the pistol oame up In front of the man
was down. He turned up a little on his
elbow, and I heard him exclaim once or
"Don't shoot me. Don't shoot me I "
other words he said I do not know, he
was fired three times. Tbe man who
the pistol was about two and a half feet
the body whon the third shot was fired.
Philip Van Wyoke was the next
sworn. He testified as follows:
"I was walking on the avenue, east of Madi
son Place: I saw two persons as I advanced,
apparently in conversation; I ta one of
raiso his arm, and, as he did so, the other re
trontcd toward the north; I then heard the
report of a pistol, and ran toward them; heard
another fire, and, by this time, the parties had
got around the corner; I followed them and,
by the time I got near, saw Key lying on the
pavement lifolcss, and as he lay thore, Sickles
snapped the pistol at his head twice."
To Mr. Ould I could partly see the man
who was fired at, and distinot'y saw the man
who fired; I recognlted the mnn who had the
pistol; I saw Butterworth, Martin and Upshur
at the time of the affair.
Upshur was near the body of Mr. Key.
Butterworth was on the corner, and appeared
as if he had just come down the Place. After
tho last shot be approached and rested on the
railing. Martin and Upshur wore leaning over
the body, picking it up.
Mr. Ould Did you see any act of firing but
the first?
Mr. Brady I object to all excopt tho simple
narrative ot tne witness.
The Court The witness will give his narra
tive of the case, but the oounsel may ask him
anv Droner nuestion.
To Mr. Ould Two minutes probably elapsed
before I got up to the parties. I heard three
reports of a pistol. They were not in rapid
succession, but at nearly equal intervals. Thore
was about two minutes botween the first shot
and tho last snap of the pistol. I saw a
single-barreled pistol IviDgon the pavement
Edward Delatield sworn I was present, and
saw the affair. Saw Mr. Sickles coming down
Madison Place, on the east sido of the street.
He addressed a person at tbe corner, and
thon heard the roport of a pistol and cries of
"Don't shoot, don't shoot don't murder me."
At the second shot Mr. Key grabbed hold of
Mr. (Sickles, but be threw him off and fired at
him again. Key then fell on his side. Siokles
then snapped the pistol at his breast. He
then appeared to take a cap off the pistol
Some one caught hold of Sickles' hand, but he
ordered him away, and snapped the pistol
again. He then walked arm-in-arm with some
one toward the north. I knew Sickles, having
often seen him in Congress. I heard three
shots fired. I recognised Sickles whon be oame
down Madison Place, but did not reoogniie the
mnn that was shot.
To Mr. Ould I did not hear the parties say
any thing after the first shot was fired. Sickles
followed the man as far as the second tree, into
the middle of the street, and I saw Key try to
get away.
To Mr. Brady I did not know Key and did
not notice his dress.
Mr. Brady read the testimony before the
Coroner, and said that there was n discrepancy
between it tfnd his present testimony.
To Mr. Brady There were three snots Bred
and two snaps of the pistol. I suppose it was
a revolver from his manner of cocking it. I
am oertain that Sickles came down on the east
side of the street. Saw several persons after
the first shot was fired, bnt none before. Did
not see Mr. Butterworth.
Joseph Dudrow sworn On Sunday the 27th
of February, I was going west along Pennsyl
vania avenue, when I heard a report of a pistol,
and looking around, I saw Key jump aside.
Sickles raised his arm to fire again, when Key
grabbed it to prevent bim. Sickles threw him
off and fired a second shot, and soon after
third. I afterward saw him snap the pistol at
bis head. Some one oame up then and seised
Sickles by the hand, but he jerked it away and
exclaimed to him, " He has dishonored my
bed."
Richard M. Downer sworn I was walking
on Lafayette Square, below the soene of the
affray, when I heard two reports of a pistol,
and hurriod toward Maynard's corner. I heard
a third report just as I got there. As I was
going round the corner, heard the pistol snap.
That was near enough for me, and I went back.
(Laughter.)
Mr. Ould It was well you did so.
Witness resumed I went around as soon
the shooting stopped. (Great laughter.)
then saw Key lying dead on the pavement.
saw no shots fired.
A number of other witnesses wen examined
to nrove tho act of killing1.
One, Thomas E. Martin, who was prosent and
carried the body of Key to tbe Club House,
testified to in the regular examination that
when ho lifted Key up, Sickles exclaimed,
The District Attorney interrupted the
ness, saying that that was not requirod.
The Judge ruled an answer admissible,
three o'clock the Court adiournod.
An officer was sworn to take charge of
jury, and accommodations were provided
thorn at the National Hotel.
The District Attorney says that he will
the case for tho prosecution before noon
morrow.
One Day Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE INDIAN.
for
of
as
the
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the
the
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who
who
and
to
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treated Portland, April 7. Tho steamship Indian
with advices trom Liverpool to tne Zdd uit
one day later, arrived here this morning.
The announcement of the proieot of a Con
gross of the groat powers on the Italian ques
tion, and the fact that Franco had agreed to
caused a general belief in the maintainance
peace, and much buoyanoy in the funds,
vague rumors at the close of the day
Austria dissented from tbe proposition, created
distrust and a partial reaction.
Several places have been named for
the proposed Congress. The London
thinks that Aix La Cbappelle will finally
selectod.
The Paris Monitour says that Russia
the Peace Congress with a view to
the disturbance of the peace of Europe.
The Congress will be composed of tbe plenipotentiaries
of Franoe, Austria, England, sia
and Russia, and will meet in some neutral
town.
The French Government had already
but the courts of London, Vienna
Berlin have not returned an official reply.
There is no basis agreed upon for negotiation.
Tho Continental lettor-writers describe
warlike preparations in Franoe, Austria
Piedmont as uninterrupted.
England. The House of Lords has rejected
the amendment to the Marriage Law, legaliz
ing marriages with the sister of deceased
wives.
Tho reform dobato in Parliament is progress
ing warmly. Mr. Bulwer had made a
sneech in favor of the Ministerial
denouncing all concession to the working
olasses.
Mr. Dowling, U. S. Consul at Cork, had
officially recognized.
Fbakce. The Monitcur announces that
after the Emperor will grant in Counoil
State authority tor opening rrotestam
of worship in Paris.
Piedmont. Itis stated that the Neapolitan
exile, Poerio, will be naturalized on his
in Piedmont, and enter Parliament at the
vacanoy.
India. The dotails of the news brought
the last mail from India had been received
London, but. they contain nothing important
beyond what has been previously telegraphed.
Rhode Island Election.
street
the
sim
ultaneous. the
him
then
who
who
right
PrtoviDKNCB, April 7. The Stato
yosterday resultod in the success of tho
ticket, all the candidates
elected excepting the Lieut. Governor
Treasurer, for which thero has been no
The Legislature olectcd has a large Republi
can majority.
Wm. D. Brayton, the Republican candidate
for CongresB in tbe Western Distriot, is
In the Eastern Distriot there has been
choice, in oonsequence of there being two
candidates.
The average Republican vote in this
is upward of 0,000, and the Democratic
vote only 1,500.
Arrival of Lord Lyons.
pis
tol held
from
Annapolis, April 7. The British
Curaooa, having Lord Lyons, the new
Minister, on board, entered tbe bay last
She will reach here this afternoon.
The Weather South.
them
Augusta, Ga., April 7. A severe frost
this vicinity is blighting the growing
Ioe has formed at some points.
From Boston.
Boston, April 7. To-day is observed a
day of fasting and prayer thronghont K(w
England. All the places of business in this
city are olosed.
In the Polloe Court yesterday, Mr. Cook, the
sub-master of tho Elliot School, charged with '
nn assault and battery on a Catholic soholar
during the recent school trouble, was discharged.
The Ktate Lotrislature of Massachusetts ad
journed at midnight. The Govornor signed
tne Din reorganizing tbe Juuiolary.
The New Orleans Fire.
Nkw Ohi.kank, April 7. The Levee Press
fire yesterday ocourred In the poorest portion
of the city, and the buildings destroyed were
mostly small, loss f sou,ono.
At noon to-day, Hale's warehouse, occupying
half a square on Fulton street, was burnt, In
cluding 6,000 bales of bagging, gunny bags,
rope and Western produce. Eight other build
ings adjoining, partially occupied by stores,
were also burnt. Loss about $200,000.
From Albany.
Albany, April 7. Governor Morgan refuse
to commute the sentence of Mrs. Hartung.
He rofers to the general aversion of the bang
ing of women, but, believing that the prisoner
is guilty of deliberate murder, thinks that
fiublio justice, as well as the safety of human
ife, demands her exeeution.
Wisconsin Election.
Milwaukxe, April 7. The returns from the
State indioate the election of Byron Paine, tb
Republican candidate for Associate Justioe of
the Supreme Court. His majority will proba
bly exceed 6,000.
River News.
PiTTflni'BO, April 7 M. River fire feet ten
Inches by the pier mark, and falling. Weather
cloudy and oool. Arrived Argonaut. De
partedLebanon for St, Louis.
St. Louts, April 7 P. M. The river has
fallen six inches in the last twenty-four hours,
and is still receding slowly. The Upp-ir Mis
sissippi has risen a foot at Dubuque, and con
tinued to sweu at ine latest aaios. noiuiux
new from any of tho other streams. Weather
clear and warm.
Pittsbcbo, April 7 P. M. No ohange in
tbe river since noon. No arrivals or departures.
St. Louis, April 7 M. The river continues
to fall at this point. Nothing new from any of
the upper streams. Weather clear and warm.
Louibvili.i, April 7 M. River rising rather
fast, with upward of nine feet in the Canal ;
six feet two inches steamboat water on the
Falls, and seven feet in the pass. Weather
dear and windy ; meroury 61.
MARKETS.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
THURSDAY EVENING, April 7.
a
as
I
I
FT.OIIR The market is Arm, and there is a good
demand for superflne at 85 40i,S 60. The salos were
0011 Oris, extra, last eveninR, ac o no, neinerru, aim
900 do. superfine at 5 40foi 65. 1,728 brls. were re
ceived the last twenty-four hours.
WHISKY The market continue dull; sales of 750
brls. at 2.V. a further decline , .
PROVISIONS The market Is without essential
chanKO. The sales were so.ooo lbs. heavy bulk 6idea
at S'ac, and 70 hhds. nncon at ec., ana ec. lor
Shoulders and Sides. 50 kecs Lard sold at 12c.
til L A Bale ol 66 oris, binseea at 7c.,casn.
STEARIN A sale of 20,000 lbs. at 104c., part city
mGROCERIK8 There ia very llttlo doing, nnd the
market is generally dull. Wo lmve no sales of Im
portance, v e quote Dugar at i(oitbc., biuihwbw.,
and Coffee 12(S12c.
WHEAT The marltet is ratner nrmer, wiiu an
Improved demand for tho finer grades; sales 1,000
bush, choice White at 81 47; 600 do. good Ked at
81 18; 1,000 do. prime do. at 1 18, dolivered: 600 do. do.
do. at 81 SO, and WO do. good White at 81 2S.
COBM The market is nrm, wim a lair uemnnu,
sales 1,200 bush. White at sue.; 1,300 do. do. at Sic;
and 2X1 do., at Biauison, at 7o.
OATS A fair demand, and prices are steady; sales
500 bush, light, in bulk, at 80c., and 600 do. at 62c.
HAHLKI pales 3iu Dnsn. at doc., ano euuuu. prime
Fall at 66c. Market steady and firm.
SEED-Salcs 20 brls. Clover at 85 per bush. Mar-
"bCTTEB Sales 10 brls. prime and choice Boll at
Sard2.)C, and 60 tubs prime Goshen at 2:.
CHEESE Sales 200 boxes prime New York at
1213c.
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS. April 7.
the
At
Cotton-Bales 16,000 bales before the reception of
the Indian's advices. Prices aro stiller, but quota
tions are unchanged. Quotations 12c.
Jless Pork, 816 75 for Western.
[By Telegraph.]
Liverpool Market.
LIVERPOOL March. 23.
Cotton the market has an advancing tendency.
Breadstuffs Corn has advanced on all qualities.
Provisions Pork heavy and declined.
SECOND DISPATCH.
Cotton there is au advancing tendency In prices.
The sales for three days have been 30,000 bales. All
qualities have advanced ltd. since Saturday. New
OrleanB middlings quoted at 7:'fcd., aud the market
it,
of
out
that
closed firm. The Manchester advices are favorable.
Breadstuffs Messrs. Richardson, Spenco A: Co. re
port the market as steady. Klour dull at 10o)12s. 3d.
percental. Wheat Arm for the best qualities; Bed
Western 5a. 7d.(cJ'Js.4d.; White Ks.7d.los.: Southern
10s.(lfts.9d. All qualities of Corn have slightly ad
vanced, mostly aliening White. Yellow la dull.
W hite sold at 7s.2d.(a7s. 3d. percental.
Provisions The market generally closed dull. Beer
firm Tor choice, but dull for inferior sorts. Pork dull
and heavy and slightly declined. Bacon dull. Lard
UUProduceRosln dull at 4s. 8d.ai4s.9d. for common.
Sugar steady. Coffee nrm. Carolina Bice steady.
[By Telegraph.]
London Market.
LONDON. March 22.
pre
vent Breadstuff's Arm. Wheat has an advancing ten
dency.
Sugar nrm, anu ou. nigncr lor some quantum.
[By Telegraph.]
London Money Market.
Per steamer Indian. London, March 21.
consols are quotca at w4.
Per steamer Indian. London, March 33.
Consols are quoteu at
Per steamer Indian. 1 London, March 23.
the
Consols closed yesterday at WbM.Wjs, aud to-day at
American securities quiet.
and
mas
terlv Bill,
been
here'
of
nouses
arrival
ear
liest by
in
election
Ameri-can-Republioan
being
and
ohoioe.
elected.
no
Re
publican Dis
triot frigate
English
even
ing. in
vegeta
tion. W. B. DODDS,
Formerly of Hall.Dodds Co.; late TJrban.Dodds & Go.
W. B. Dodds & Co.,
mandtacttjbbbb or tbb
OONOIUDTE
Fire and Burglar Proof
IS JUL IP JH 3 ,
S. W. Corner ef Vine & Second Streets.
This is the most reliable FIRE AND BPBOLA
PKOUF SAKE that is made in the United States, and
is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to please.
Old Safes
Taken in exchange. BBCOND-HAND
ways oa hand at extremely low price.
SAFIS al-
V1X
JOHN B. BOBTON. CA1VIN W. THOMAS.
JR. MORTON fc CO., Bankers, No.
29 West Third street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Deal
era In Exchange, Bank Note and Coin. Particular
attention paid to Collections, and returns promptly
made. 13A
IJHfENIX BLIND FACTORY, WM. W.
- CARPENTEU CO., Manufacturer of Venitlan
31inds and Window Shades, wholesale and retail, Nn.
s2 Slith street, between Walnut ami Vino, opposite
W'o.d's Theater, Cincinnati, O. Old Blinds repainted
and retriiumed. Church, Store and other large
Shades made and lettered. 7e
NDRESS NATIONAL COFFEE AND
DINIMQ SALOON, 214 Vine street, 3d door be
low theater. Oysters, Cotlee, Meals and Viuners,
served up tn superior style, at all hours.
N. B. An elegant LadW Dining and Refreshment
Saloon attached, and ooudacted in the most satlsfac
tOrv ' toner.
CINCINNATI ORNAMENTAL COMPO
SITION WORKS and G1LDINO E9TA BUSH
M ENT, No. 135 Sycwuore street, between Fourth and
Fifth streets. Thomas BowN, Proprietor. Miinnfae.
tu res to order, and keen constantly os i hand. 1 ler
and Mantel Mirrors, Window Cornices, Portrait and
Slcture Frames, of all sises and the Utest style..
vals io the wood, and Mouldings, constantly on
taud. The trade and dealers supplied oa easy jma-

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