SEWING MACHINE CO.
' . 68 WEST FOURTH STREET,
. - Cincinnati
u 1 I
AS AN EVIDENCE OF TOE SUPERIOR
ITY of tha ataehlnoematinfectnred by theOro
v.r.nd B-kerHcwlng Mnohtae Co., they hav. over
i ,lK)i dally u Id manufactories, work-ahop nd
femllles. Putillo patronaae it the bl evidence of
Burls. Thee. Machine., alike victorious over prejo
i rito and competition, now justly enjoy moreuniver
ml favor than hu aver bwD bestowed upon any
i Sewing Machine. ....
Manufacturing Machines making the .buttle
' (titan, and Family Machine, making the celebrated
Orover A Mailer stitch, of 7 different patterns, vary
, Ing in priot from 130 to f l; descriptive circular of
MacblDesan. illustrations of th Mitch, can be had
, a application, by UUar ur otherwise.
" BRUEN SEWING MACHINE.
H1 LADIES ARE LOUD IN THEIR
Jv praise of the .
Brneu Patent Sowing Machine.
.' They oomblna all tha qualities of theMilgher-prlrod
Micuio.., and poMau sow. merit exclusively tbelr
Prices, 935 and iO.
VCall and M them aud irat specimen or work.
V. T. COLEMAN,
1 ' Ja i Sola Ageot for Weatara States.
KELSEY & GO'S.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
' Price, from 935 to $15.
IT IS A FACT, CONCEDED BY ALL,
tbal theaa Machine, itand pra-emlnantly ruuT
In the phalanx of Sewing Machine..
Their undoubted merit, aaae of management, and
swperiorityof work combine to recommend them to
tha public a tha moat desirable, amlly Machine ex
tant. call and examine at No. M West Fourth afreet.
''Very liberal diicounta made to Agent..
Addree. D. W. HARRINGTON A CO.,
t0 ' Box littl; Cincinnati, Ohio.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prion Reduced to tSO, 975, 9110 and 9125.
Singer's New Family Hewlna Machine,
Tha price of which Is only ., t. a light and elegant,
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, iu the
beat stylo, all the aewlng of a private family.
' " Mnger'a Transverse shuttle machine,
' To be Bold at 975, Is a Machine entirely new in Its ar
rangement; it In Terr beautiful, move, rapidly and
very easily, and, for family nee and light manufac
turing purDnaea, la tha very beat anil cheapest Ma
chine ever offered to the public.
Placet Nw. 1 Standard Shuttle Machine,
Formerly sold at SIM. bnt now reduced to 1 110, It
known all oyer tbe world. Kvery sort of work can
r be done with it.
Sinter' No. a Standard Shuttle Maehiue,
,- This la the faTorita manufacturing Machine every
where. Price, with table complete, 1125,
taT fiend for a Circular.
Agent for J. M. Singer 4 Co.
No. S Eaat Fourth atreet,
' Jel-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
I belter I make the bait Iiock-atitch Be wing Ma
chine, Id the world. If the anrchaeer doe not think
to after tlx month trial, I will refund yon the
The Price of Machine.
Evens' Variety Machine Works,
SETTING MACHINES, MODELS FOR
PATENTS, and av.rv variety of light Machinery
manufactured and renal red at P. IVKHS. Jr.. No. Iff)
wainus street, liincinnau, unio,
A good Tailoring Machine for sale
' To the Ladies.
Double-Thread Sewing Machine
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Doable-thread Sewins Machine ever offered
In tha Cincinnati market.
This Machine possuasee advantage, over any thine
now In us.
Omo In Melodaon Bulldlug, cornor fourth and
Walnut, op stair.
Agent wanted in the Weat and South.
JT"Beod for circular. Address
W. E. Braman &, Co.
T ' ADIEt IF YOU WISH A GOOD DOU-
-ua ble-Threaded Family Sewing Machine: whl
f r eractlcal nae can not be snrpaased, call at No.
Carlisle Building, second story, corner Fourth and
walnut, and seeT'Norelty." Bruen's Patent, theonlv
Machine that can be used with ettherasiogle or dou
ble thread. It is the beat Machine made, and never
breaks needles. Call and see it. or send for a Circular
ana specimen or work. f. T. culeman,
So' Agent for the West aud SouiA-wes
HOWE'S SEWING MACHINES.
(X. HOWI, Jr., Patentee of the original Sewing
FOR FAMILY US 8 AND MANCFACTCR-
. INO PURPOSES.
Th Family Machine are well adapted for tailors'
use, or gaiter nttiug. uowe s uyunaer nacniues
tnv .11 liMtf h.e .tlthlnr. heve alwavs held a remit.
tlon far above any other. The public are dosired
examine, and purchase wbere Dest suiteu.
' A. T. JA0K8ON, Agent,
No. I Weat Fonrth street, in M'Oracken's Fur
bishing store, Cincinnati, 0. . niy
OROVER & BAKER,
Family Sewing Machines
. SS Vfcrt Fourtb SU, Cincinnati.
A New Style Price, 50
raTIIITfl MACHINE I a mat lmnroTmDt
M. upon all previous machines for family nee,
la Ajtantait A .11 kind. a1 UWlnS from DObblnet
lao u p to ten thickness of broadcloth. Local Agent
anted la every oouuty la tha Union.
mni BEST Iff TJ8H, ACCURATELY
JL etted to the eondltlon of th light, and '
ratiUd to suit. Tal)ataaUtpof . ....
At prloe to suit alt Laxga assortment of
Stereoscopes & Views
Of beet qua'.lty, and at Eaatesx prices. .
sr-OPTICAL, MATHEMATICAL AND PHILO'
OPHIC AL IMSTBDM1NT8 alway oa hand,
IIENET WARE Optician,
Ho. 1 Wrl FourU at., oppoalt tfas Kiga BUepk.
mntnton Common P,e.g.
J-Divorce. , i
. . BENJAMIN F. SMITH,
rwiHE DEFENDANT WILL TAKE NO
M. .. TICK that the plaintiff ha. filed her pett Ion In
the Court of Common IMe.
praying for a divorce from him and allowance of um
cient alimony, for cause of adultery with one Mary
Brady: and that If be should not have pleaded, an-,
awered or demn red, before the .10th day of July, IMW,
she will on that day, or as soon thereafter, as mar
suit the convenience of the Court, aak a uocree of
divorce and alimony, Ac. 8AKAH SMITH.
Joan W. Cai.dwslw, Att'y for plaintiff. jel6-ltwAw
Dr. S. WAKDJL.E,
WISHES TO OALL THE ATTENTION
of the pnhlte to his style of
And would say without boasting, that he ha not
Inserted a single piece of
ARTIFICIAL WORK In the MOUTH,
CT IS QtVlKO SaTISr ACTIO TO TBI WEAR. a.
Tie would say in this pnbllo manner, tbat if there It
any of his work that is not satisfactory, he would
eeteem It a fuvor for such porsons torall and see him,
and he will
Make the Work ever without Char.
And for one month will Insert his style of ARTI
FICIAL TKETH a cent, below the usual charge.
Olhoe and Residence, No. 124 Fourth stri'et, bet.
Race and Kim. jcl6-b
CD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE
Just received inn small pockets Old Uov't Java
Coffee, put up expressly lor family use.
100 cans pure ground Java and Mooha Coffee, in
61b and 2)ttt cans. For sale by
jelS National Theater Building, Sycamore at.
GLASGOW AND NEW YOKK
8TEAM TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, BCLFAST,
DUBLIN ANB LONDONDERRY
raosi sxw T01E.
(Dliuta-ow, Thomson. ..Saturday, May 14, at 12 noo I
Edinburch Oummiug. .Wednesday, June 1, 11
txloagow, Tbonisou " July 6,
Kuiuburgh.Cumming.. " Julyr,
Fdlnbnrgh, Cnmming... Saturday, May 7.
Olasaow, Thomson " June 11.
EUiuburah, Cumnilug... " July 2.
Rates of Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, first class, $75. Steerage, found with
ao abundance of properly-cooked provisions, 30.
An experienced Surgeon attachea to each steamer.
No charge for medicines.
For Freight or Passage, aunlr to
Kous.it i cnAiu. 17 Hroaaway.
ICE CREAM IN A HURRY.
Torsy's new four-mlnnte ICK CRIAM FRBKZEB,
Masser'a flve-minuto do. do.
Of assorted site.. They are simple, efficient, cheap
and durable, by Arthur, Biirnhum A Gllroy.
J 0.1. R. OltKENE, Wholesale Agent.
Over (J. B. Grcune's Drug Store, 21 East Pearl St.
Manufactnrera of Arthur's Patent Self-Sealing
Cans and Jars, "Old Dominion" Coflee and Tiu
fo's, and ITatt s latent Sell Ventilating Alllk
Pans, Ac. Joll
Money! Jtloncy! iTioney!
mTONET LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW-
i-'Ja. KLRY and all kinds ef Merchandise, at lo
rates of interest, at No. 30 West blxth street, be
tween Walnut h Vine. 244
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN
THE WEST. D. II. JORDAN. South-east
corner Fith and Main streets, up stairs. Paper
oozes, in an varieties, on nana ana maae to oraer iu
tae oust style. api.
$400, $550, $700, $900.
Prices of our complete Grinding and Bolting
Mills can be seen running at Factory.
W. W. H AMUR A CO.,
N. E. Oor. Second st. and Western Bow.
$130. $175, $225.
Prices of our
Portable Orist Mil
In strong Iron Frame, east solid.
3X1 Is N X Oor. Second st. and Western Bow
NO. 14 WEST FOURTH STREET,
...A. D. 1850.
Notarial. Court. Corporation. State and Eccleelas
ileal Seals. Societies. I. 0. O. F.. Masonic, and all
others of an oilicial character, engraved and adjusted
to latest improved Premium Presses. Also, every
With Percussion and Lever Prosses, for Merchant,
iianjters, jxiaauiaciurera, etc.
Percussion Press, with Seal of 50 letter 15 00
Lever Press, with Seal of 50 letter 6 00
Court Seal and Press 88 to :5 00
WAX SEALS, for Public and Private Cue.
RUQQLES' HAND STAMP,
For use of Railroads, Steamboats, etc.
DOOR PLATES of all size and style.
WEDDING and VISITING CARDS neatly en.
graved and printed. my9
W. B. DODDS,
Formerly of Hall.Dodd A Co.; late Urban ,Dodd A Oo.
W. II. lodIg & Co.,
HaMUrAOTUBEB Of IRI
Fire and Burslar 1'rool
A. 3P E S ,
8. W, Corner of Vine & Second Street.
This la the most reliable FIRE AND BTJRGLA
PROOF HAVE that Is made in the United Stutes. and
is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and ( of better workmanship than
can ba louna etsewnere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de-
terminea 10 seu at price mat cannot iuii to pieasi
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFES a!
way on nana at extremely low price.
An Internal and external Remedy for Man and Beast
For White Swellings, Uloera, Bores, Burns, Ulcer
ated Breasts, eto.
Vail ana get a list 01 our manufacture.
BROWN MANUFACTURING 00
Dealer In Patent Medicines, Perfumery, eto.
No. 246 Main (treat,
aT Our stock of Perfumery is the largest and most
Tarma in tuiscity. epio
F. M. MOORE,
N. E. CORNER. THIRD Ai HACK STS,
Order promptly attended to.
tt r a MPfiuT.T. Ur nr
jj., ava.AULA liuuu us wi
ANUFAC'f URERS OP BAR, SHEET,
.n4 Rnilerlrnn. Plow Hlaha. Hailmad HnlkM.
Also, Agents for tbe sale of Irouton Star Nails,
Warerooau No. IV East Second Street, Cincinnati,
All kind Iron made to order.
Boll II ate of all Style,
MUM'S AND BOYS' CLOTH OAPB
B. R. ALLEY,
Fashlonabl Hatter, 41 Broadway,
J. J. BUTLER'S
Fsxceli lor Fluid Inks.
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CINCINNATI, SATtrRDAY, Jt'LY 9.
[From the New York Lodger.
FALSE AND TRUE;
CAPTAIN UNDERHILL'S PRESENT.
George Vale waa th Prlnoipal of Beverly
Aoademy. Richly endowed with all personal
and mental gifts, be was poor in bousoi and
lands, and gold. Ho had expended all his
patrimony in obtaining the eduoation which
admirably fitted binvfnr one of the loftiest of
human avocation that of teacher. He
might have entered a profession, bat bellovlng
himself peculiarly adapted for the Instruction
of youth, ha bad chosen that for bis life-work.
He bad beeu in Beverly two year before
Marcia came home. Until then he had been
entirely devoted to bis work, enterlrg into it
with an enthusiasm and felf-saorifice which
bad produced remarkable result!, and had
won him tbe approval of parents, and the al
most adoring regard of his pupils.
Many bright eye had east admiring glances
at him, and he had been pleased to look npon
beauty. Bat it was with the eye of an artist,
only, with the pleasure every lover of the
beautiful feels in graceful fi rms, and lovely
expressions, and admirable ooloring. It wo
not until ho taw Jluroia Underbill that any
woman bad won from him more than a passing
admiration. Even she did not, until he met
her at tbe quiet winter parties we have spoken
of, In the pleasant ramble along tbe tea side,
and in the wood that crowned tbe alopo in
the spring-time; and, a snmmsr deepened,
talked with bar In the still, calm evenings
when tbe stars shono overhead, and the dis
tant musio of the soa alone broke the mute
pauses when thoir voice were silent.
Then he bad letrned to love her, how or
when be knew not, but she bad become to him
more dear than words oould tell, long ere he
had solved tbe unquiet secret that struggled
within hi heart. And Marcia loved George
Yale, and the words were spoken that made
tbe two one, so indissolably tbat no human
power, no space of eontinonts, or aeas, or of
time, could separate them, or destroy a union
to close and sacred.
All this time Captain Underbill was seeking
tbe prosont be wished to make to his daugh
ter her husband, and hi steward.
Among tbe pleasure-seekers which that Burn
er brought to Beverlv. was one whom Marcia
instinotively detested from too Instant her eve
rested upon bis face, and whom her father
would have aaid he as instincttvely admired,
from tbe first.
A man of thirty, polished, suave, brilliant,
and very handsome, was Justin Clay. Keen,
wily, unprincipled the merest adventurer
but with a stock of assurance and a command
of expedients the most extraordinary, he had
never been baffled. Tbe very day be arrived
in Beverly he bad beard of tbe Captain's. plans
(for that worthy had not been very discreet),
and resolved to be a candidate for tbe "situa
tion." I am a right handsome present for a lady,
now am 1 not, my good fellow be said to
himself, gazing in hi mirror, that very even
ing, before be retired, and ho showed bis wbtto
teeth as, with a sardonic grin, be turned away
and laid his scheming bead upon it pillow.
Ibis wa the man who speedily made tbe
acquaintance of Captain Underbill, who flat
tered bim to tbe top of his bent, and ere many
day were past, had become bis constant vis
itor. Within a month be bad made himself ao
useful to tbe old man tbat he saw he could not
well do without him. So he talked of going
away, and when the matter was mentioned dis
claimed all reward for his services, gave one,
as he hesitatingly affirmed, that wo so far be
yond bis deserts, and aven tba nignest hopes
of one bo humble, that he dared not men
Captain Underbill fell into tbe net, while all
tho time be believed bimselt to have been wi
rily entrapping his victim. Having progressed
so tar, the rest was easy, ana Justin tjlay re
turned to bis hotel with the father 1 promise
tbat Maroia should be his wife. He had hinted
tbat Marcia might not be so willing to accent
him, but tbe old man laughed down tbe thought
as too ludicrous to be worth a moment a con
Next morning Captain Underhill offered bis
present to Marcia'a acceptance, bat to hi sur
prise found that she was not Inclined to receive
it, while she was prepared to offer a son-in-law
to his own.
The Captain waa obstinate, but Maroia waa
brm. bhe was aocused 01 ingratitude, and re
plied tbntBbo oould not be grateful for the at
tempt to force an unworthy stranger upon ber,
when her heart and band were already prom
ised to one of the bost of men, whom hor
father well knew to possess every qualification
that bis cboioe possewod, with the additional
ones of an excellent character, well known in
Beverly, and mental capacity far beyond Jus
She waa ordered to propare to marry Justin
Clay within the week, una her father withdrew
to inform his intended son-in-law of the man
ner in which his suit had been received. He
found bim averse to auch measures. He asked
for time, for be really admired Marcia, and had
no desire to receive an unwilling brido, even
while he had learned enough of her character
to believe tbat she could not be forced Into a
marriage that she detested.
lint Captain Underbill was firm, discipline
must be maintained, he swore, and he would
not be balked by a headstrong girl. Tbo wed
ding should take place, and if Clay would not
be the bridegroom, another should be tound
who would accept tbo girl and bis dollars. Clay
relented, for he had no idea of allowing tbe
prize to esoape bim. Before the worthy pair
separated their plans were all laid. Marcia
wag to be surprised into a snrrenaer. Homing
more was to be said to her. but at tbe ap
pointed time Clay was to ooine to the house, a
olergyman was to be in attendance, when they
relied on tbe girl astonishment and inacol
sion to make bora party to the ceremony
iiut fortunately the "native, whom captain
Underbill never considered eg a human being!
was present at this interview, and Maroia
winning ways bad made him ber humble friend
He hastened to disclose th oruel plot to her.
though beyond that he bad no power to aid
But there was one man who was both strong
and wise. To bim Marcia hastened, and when
a few hours later, sbe sought her home, it was
with tbe utmost calmness and oontent,
On tbe appointed evening Maroia wo seated
in tbe drawing-room of ber father's bouse. She
waa plainly attired in a walking dress, and ber
face wore an expression ot sngni anxiety
though without fear. Sbe was, apparently
reading, but really listening. , ,
Presently ber lather entered, accompanied
by the olergyman of his ohurob, and a moment
later the native ushered in Mr. Clay, who ad
vanced, bowing and smiling, but evidently not
fully self possessed. The olergyman noticed
with an expression of surprise, Marcia'a dross
and tbe evident absence of all preparation
tho ovont for wbiob be had been summoned.
But be knew hi rich parishioner to be eccen
tric, and said nothing. on of tbe party
observed th (light lign given by tbe "native"
a be left tbe room. A moment later he re
turned, followed by the house-keeper and
maid, and the elrole was complete. Clay ad
vanced to tbe side of tbe heiress, tbe clergy
man produeod bis book, and Captain Underbill,
in a voice intended to be firm, ordered Marcia
to stand beside her Intended husband, and
minister to proceed. -. !
Maroia at pale but firm. A tbe two men
approached ber, abe took A folded paper from
ber reticule and placed it in tbe bands of
olergyman, but without rising,. or otherwise
to augut that had been said to
There waa a moment' consultation and whis
pering, and then Captain Underbill, in the sten
torian tones In which be had been wont to
the main-top in a gale, roared, almost In
"What doe tbi mean, MadamT And
what ground are yon prepared to defy my au
thority? Stand ap, I ay, and reeeive
husband I have provided lor your
"It I quite Impossible, father. I nave
refused Mr. Clay, and, if I bad not,
present position make It Impossible that he
eaa ever be my hbnd."
To the aurpriae of. all, present, George Yale
at this moment entered the room, and coming
to Maroia'a side, abe put her arm in bis, while
ah continued , t "t '
"Hero i one, father, who oan answer yeur
question better than I. If the certificate of
marriage, which the Rev. Mr. Gould now
holds, has not tufllolently Informed you of hi
relation to me, let ma lntroduo him as my
husband, who is, I cannot doubt, quite willing
to protect me from further insult from tbi
creature," turning toward Clay, "and from any
unreasonable display of authority on your own
George Yale assented by a bow, that inclu
ded th whole company, and by ajking Marcia
if ahe waa quite ready to accompany him
borne, while Clay shrunk away ad left the
home, and Captain Underhill atood apeeohlesa
with rage and astonishment. Before he had
rnoovered, bid daughter and her husband had
left tbe room, and presently the wheels of a
carriage grated upon the gravel without, and
they wore driving toward the village street.
At first, in hi impotent rage, Captain Un
derbill vowed all mannor of revenge. But two
things served to moderate these explosions.
Marcia waa of an age to legally oontraot mar
riage without his consent, and he found that
he bad driven her to this step by plotting to
force her io'o marriage with Clay, who, now
that he' had no, longer any hope of iucccis,
abowed himself in bis true obaraotor.
He refused, however, to forgive his daughter,
or to receive her in his house; and he made a
will deviling all hi woalth away from ber.
This, howover, wa a poor revengo, as Maroia
had an independoncefrom her aunt, and George
Yale' talent would always command a com
petence. Captain Underbill continued obdurate for full
six months. Then, being laid up with a severe
attack of the gout, he wa not sorry to see bis
daughter enter bia room, and proceed to min
ister to bis comfort, just as she had done be
fore her marriage. Somehow he never under
stood how abe aeemed to take precisely her old
place in the household; and he found that he
no longer was angry with her. During his ill
ness bis affairs fell into confusion, and when
Maroia mentioned that berbasband would wil
lingly attend to tbe most pressing matters, he
aaaented, not without a certain spasm of reluo
tant pride. By the time he recovered, that had
passed, and he felt that he oould not afford to
lose cither of his children, as, in his softened
mnml ho nnr n.llarl them. . So. h his rarlllnst
hay oame borne to live; and though they laugh-
' ' . ' -y i .
ngly told him that tbe arrangement was only
to bold during his good behavior, and would
not listen to any proposition lor altering nie
will, be furtively burned it. They were his
oomfort during tbe brief remnant of bia life,
and when be died Maroia found herself, quite
unexpectedly, sole heiress of his estate.
11 is last words wore, mat nts oneroa present
to his child had been of base metal, her's to
him, had the ring of trne manhood.
Wreck of the Steamship Argo.
Tbe steamship Argo, of the Oalway line,
which left this port for Oalway via St. Johns
on Thursday, tbe 23d June, waa wreoked at
five A. M., on Tuesday, having gone ashore in
a dense fog1 eight milea eaat of Trepoesy Bay.
All the passengers and crew were saved, but
the vessel is reported sunk, and it is feared that
re and hor cargo will prove a total loss. J. no
llnwmg nrn such particulars ot tbe anair as
we nave received:
ST. JOHNS, N. F., June 29, 1859.
The Argo at Trepassy Bay i A total wreck.
She sank last night. iA great portion cf the
luggage and oargo is Inevitably lost. 1 he pas
songers are all saved. Tbe affair Is looked
upon as the result or sad mismanagement, ana
there la undoubtedly much to oensure. mere
are two hundred passengers, nearly one hun
dred women, and about thirty infants in arms,
The disaster calls for serious investigation,
great many are left destitute. The crew
and officers behaved well. Aid from St. Johns
waa fortunately very prompt. Four lunatio
women were put on board in New York, about
whom no one knew anything. Miss Hey wood,
tbe vocalist, has lost everything, inoluding a
large amount oi valuable baggage.
I will write you a full account by the very
Grst steamer, upon wbicb you may rely.
J. H. WILTEN, Passenger.
Tbe Argo waa considered as a first class
sorew steamship added to the fleet of ooean
steamera which now comprise the Galway line.
She arrived here from Galway, via St. Johns,
N. r ., on Monday, the 13tb Inst. Bhe waa
sold to the Atlantic Steam Navigation Com
pany, for a very bigh figure, she wag tour
years old, ranked A 1 at Lloyd's, and was one
of tbe strongest propellers afloat, bbe was on
iron bark-rigged steamer of 2,240 tons regis
ter, and 3.2U0 tons burthen, bhe was divided
into five water-tight compartments, by four
bulkheads, and she was well provided against
fire or any other accident. Her length over all
was 2H0 feet, ber breadth of beam At leet, and
her depth of hold 35 feet. Her maobinery was
masstve, ana waa 4-1U horse power, rue naa
three decks, and waa permitted by the British
regulations to carry 1,045 passenger. Of those
her first cabin had accommodation for 120, and
the second cabin 100. Her saloon was large
and well furnlehed, and provldod with table at
which 10U person could conveniently dine,
The entire vessel waa well ventilated, ana
there waa good light on each of her deoka. Sbe
was well finished in every part, and ber mast
were coppered one-third of their length from
the deok. It 1 laid tbat on her way out she
passed through considerable masses ot loe, and
rude over some of it. She experienced head
winds and fogs since she left Galway on ber
last trip; nevertheless ahe mode St. Johns on
tbe eighth day and New iork on tbe thir
teenth. eolusive of the day she was detained
at Bu Johns.
ANOTHER ACCOUNT OF THE WRECK.
Information ha been received here that tbe
steamship Argo, which left this port on the 23d
instant, ror tiaiway via ot. Jonna, r. nas
been wrecked.- We have not heard tbe location
of the oalamity, but understand it to be aome-
wbere on tbe Newfoundland coast probably
near Cape Race. Tbe ship went ashore, and
at last account was leaking very badly, and
was likely to prove a total loss, ibe passen
gers and orew and their baggage were landed
safely. Two steam tuga have been sent to tbe
assistance ot tbe Argo. particulars will doubt-
lees soon come to hand. if. Y. tltrnld, lit,
In Baltimore, as In our own city, tbe pas
senger railway epidemio is prevailing just now
rather leanuliy. mere, as here, tbe opening
of the books ia a pleasant illusion or farce, (tone
tbroagtt merely for form. The Bun of the 28th
says: "A singular coincidence occurred
tbi oonneetion on Sunday night. Broadway
ba beretotore been tbe eoene of praotical ope
ration on the railway, and on Sunday night
in one of tbe onuronei on tbat thoroughfare,
number or tbe persona moat directly interested
as grantees or contractor were assembled
bear tbe word of life dispensed. Tbe usual
religious preliminaries were gone through with,
when the preacher rose and announced hi text
from the book of Revelation, a follow ; 'And
the book were opened.' There wa of course
nothing thought of in connection with the rail
road, but every time tbe preaober repeated
text it fell with a telling weight upon some
nt congregation, wnose slumbers forth whole
night were disturbed by vision of books.".
Two Scotch damseli arrived in St. Paul
week from Sootlacd, en route for Lake Atha
basca, in British America, seventeen
mile north of St Paul I They go to the
river by Burbank'i stagea, and then embark,
on tbe, Anion .Norlbrup. They are filter,
and one of them ba been betrothed for eoveral
year to the eoretary or agent of the British
jrar company on .Laic Athabasca. -
A young girl, a dausrhUr of Mr. Joaenh
Munob.l, of York, fa., aged about twelve
year, died of lockjaw on Friday la.t. A
day prevlon to ber death ih accidentally
tramped upon a small nail, which penetrated
be foot, and in a very short tim th pain
o Intense that lookjaw wo brought
irom me tnecu pi wnlcli so died.
I ) .j i
K A "B S II 1ST Is ITS 1
JJ A T U S.
(Patented, Jan. 14, 1859.) '
218 Bnrr street.
Saltonstalt's Fire and Water Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coating for Metal Hoofs, or any Iron Work ex
posed in line. Warranted to withstand the severest
tests of Heat, Cold, Rain, or Sulphnric Acid, and re
main perfectly impervious to Wator. It will not
meir, crara, wasn or scale oil. For new, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for ennves rorfs. It is Ml per cent.
cheaper titan ai y other mating. AH orders accom-
r ntiien win, trie oasn or eaiisiartory reierenrea, will
ie promptly tilled, In any unsold territory South and
West of New York and Peau.y tvania, For lurthor
imormauon, apply to
r. run X tiu,.
Solo Proprietors and Manufacturers.
jeT-t 133 West Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
CONNOISSEURS TAKE NOTICE.
A fresh enpply of the celebrate
I X L MUSTARD.
r 1 or sale by
; J. 8. AUSTIN,
Corner Klin and Fifth streets
COAL OIL! COAL OIL!!
Burning and Lubricating Oil,
GREAT WESTERN COAL & OIL CO.
For sale In nnantltles to suit purchasers, and war
ranted eonal to any in tho markot. Orders sent to
IIIW OIIIW, III, vl'lll'il"iT, nr-in. viii.r,
Agenoy, No. 13 West Front at., Cincinnati.
Newark, Ohio; or at thoir
H. 0001. ...... at. COOK.
M.H.COOK & CO.
flront XVfntprn PlflTllflO' T.fill.
. -rrrrvvm-n Trr k rpT?T nivir
tiaimv uait An,
BET'N FIFTH A SIXTH STS.
REGULAR DEALER'S IN
Wlitte and Yellow Fine, Poplar and
Hemlock Lumber, KiiUdlne Tim
ber, Shiugles, Stc &c.
ALSO BIANUFAOTUBERS OF
PLANED FLOORING, DOORS, SASH,
BLINDS, PACKING BOXES,
Portable Cottages, and every thing in the
(socoissoa to piTr.a smith,)
At 36 West Fifth st.,
Ha constantly on band n Larce Variety of
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, CHINA,
Fishing Tackle, Military Goods, etc.,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.'.
SEWING MACHINE DEPOT,
JAMES CAFFREY, Agt,
MAGNOLIA BALL, . ...
Madison at., bet. Pike and Seventh at.,
Itar-ninstantly on hand, needle for all the Drincl-
mI Mmvlnir M flnltiiins.
M7Aiiy ot the various Machines iinuse, promptly
and satlstoctorlly rep:ilren. jein-am
L. a. van, B. v. aaarNoia.
VAN & BARRINGER,
Van's Celebrated Patent Combined
COAT.. The most convenient. eco-
nnmi,-.! nr1 rlnraMs ('ookliiB 8tove ever invented.
for Steamboats. Hotels, Kestaurnnt and Private
Houeas. Cooking aud boiling water for wash and
huh rooms, in Tamo onautiue. in any adjoining
apartment by the same (ire.
Warerooms, 179 Mala St., Cincinnati.
nr-nisht. to manufacture and sell these STOVES
mav be secured ou application to the proprietors, at
their warerooms. 75
REDMAN & DURANDO
NO. 13r MAIN STREET, .
BETWEEN THIRD AND FOTJBTH STREETS.
Tbe best Crayons, French Chalk, Squares and Yard-
ticks, for Tailors, constantly on hand, less than
can be bought East or West of the Mountain.
These Plasters are excellent
remet tea In cases or palu ana weakness tn me sine,
hrMut or hack t also. In rbenmatio affections. couRhs,
.sthm.. .nrRlna. hrnlaA.. and kidnev or suinal affec
tions, nie Arnica, uaioanum, rircu, ruw uiuu
ana uemiocK riaaters.are manunuiiureu ui wn,
liscs, on kid orclotn, anu roor uni son paper, ova.
UUlirTTH,nna.uppii(.u toneuier.anu urugiHi
,aa aoodterui. as any manufacturers iu the U.S. I'Jl
WATCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourth. Street,
Where ran be had every artlole appertaining to tbe
Business at a ranch lea price, for CASH, than
ha ever before been offered in this markot.
GIVE USA CALL'
And see for yourselves. aplt
No. MH N. E. Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, between
walnut aun vine, uiuviiimuii.
A good assortment of SILVER and PLATED WARE,
hi-l H R i,n. mo.. IBBl UUU.LKIllir UU 11.11 II .
Ssecial attention uiven to Cleaning and Repairing
watcnesana jewelry.. iht m
BEGGS Ai HMIT1I, No. O West 4tU St.
A RK NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS
il. their lame assortment of Watches, Jewelry.
Silverware anu uianionas.
A line assortment of Plated Tea Set and Cutler
end Opera Ulaue. as
. Manufacturer of '
S1LYEK WARE AND JEWELRY
Wholesale and Retail Dealer; I
Watches, Cutlery & Fancy Good.,
R, W. OORNER MAIN AND fOTJETH STREETS,
Cincinnati, Obio. Ill
MONARCH DINING SALOON
NO. TS LOW EH MARKET.
This aomilar Dinlna MmIooii has iraestitlv elianiiud
bauds, and t)i undursigued In now prepared,
liayano riigiii vo surve Dlscu.oiuers anainenus.
at the shortest notice, with JIhiu ana
NtfiMk. cjofTufl. ia. unueuiaie- ete.. eie.
prlcs. ; 1 , , ,. eH'VKB--
INDIAN ClUKEN COFFEE SALOON
, . , No. 50 East Pearl.
Keep constantly on hand, Hot Coffee, Tea, Chocolate
Beefsteak, Ban and Eggs, Ac, Ao., Ac,
' IIIOll it BIOI.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Fotir Trains Dailv.. '
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS
First .1 roln-r,o. 1 Express .at e A. M., connaet ' ,
ColmnbiinaiHlCU'Velnnd, via Columbus, t;reattit'
Pittehmxh, via Columbus, Steuhenvlfle anul B .
burgh, iMrott via Cleveland and steamer. Tk;. jfl ;
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at 1 '
land, Peerfleld, Morrow, Xenla, Cedarvllle, i
Charleston, London and West Jefferson. , ' '
Second Train- No. 2 Kxprose, at :) A. M., '
via Columbus, bnllalr nurt benwood; Wbeelln, ,
Colnmhus.SlouhenvlllcBiid Pittsburg; vlaColua,'
Crestline and l'ituborpi via Oolunibns and ft
land; Iietrott, via Cleveland and tcnmer: White
rhur Station, via Springfield. This Train stot
ween Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plainvllley
ford, Miamiville, Lovelsnd. Ileerheld, nlorrow,,
win, Spring Valley, Xenia and Loudon.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. M., for
Oolnmhus and Npringtield.
Fourth Train Nixht Express, at tl:jm P. H. con ,
neets viaColuuihuK, ileilair and Uenwood; Wheeling
via Columbus, Steuhenriile and I'ittsimrg; via Co.
lunib'is, OreMtllne a?,d 1'itisburg: via Columbus and.
irvriaiiu, xiiib (inn, B n, uutt-inm,, morrow,
Onrwlu, Xenia and London. SLEEPING CARS ON
THIS TKA1N. ,
Mo. 1 Express, throngh to Cleveland without chanow
No. Express, through to Wheeling without chanf
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Clnclr.n
at 11:80 P. M.,run daily, except SATURDAYS. XT
other Trains run aaiiy, except HUJN JA is.
or an inioriuarion, ana riiruiigi Tickets to I
ton, New York, l'ldlndolnhla, llnltimoie, Wash?
ton, buffalo, Niagara Fulls, Dunkirk. Clev, la
1'illsliurg, Wheeling, and all the Et-ttern piat'
apply Bt the CfHtos, Wa'nnt Street House, No. 1 Bu
net House, south east crruer of Hroadway.aud Froy
streets, and at the Kostern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which is seven mf -ntes
taster than Cincinnati time.
J. IJUUAND, snp't.
Omnibuses call for eassengors by leaving direction.
at tbe Ticket Unices. my 17 ,
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
Only One Vnangt of Van between Cine,
and Vhtcano. '
the toot of Mil) mid Front street..
5: Ml A. W. Chicago Mall arrive at iniuanu
10:30 A. AI.; Chlcaxo at T.-a v. m. Tin. ir
neots with all uight trains out of Chicago,
I2-0O M . Torre Haute and LavfRVette Accommoi
tlon arrives at Indianapolis, at r,:nn P.M., noakln.
Ulrect connections nt 'Indianapolis witn Torre uauu t
Trains and Indianapolis and Lafayetto trains fc-' '
Decatur, HprlnchVliI, Naples, Qulucy, Hannibal ar" .
Kt .Inu.nli! n..l,h P..-.. ir.ln. f..- Pari, ft W. 1 W V
and Toledo. ,'
6:m P.M. Chlcngo Express arrives at Indians,
at 10:30 P. M.i Chicago at 7:40 A. M. Making A
nni..nl nn. a f'lifpuim .Jth oil nini-nlno train...
Y --n ......... v.
ot ctucago. This train counecis at inniunapof
with Terre HauLM train, for all noiut. Weak ai '
HlfMnlncr cars are attached to all the nlcht tral-.
on this line, and run through to Chicago with"
cliange of cars. -f
A nis IB exclusively f nmnru nuu nguu,
route, and wttb fnvorable aud reliable arrr
with all connecti" roads throughout '
West, guarantees v-'usual care and th'
commotattons to ei patrons of this If Whoteanln
, (Ml Be sure vot
e in the rl -nt tickrn. of which
ilekets, a;:d ask for tlcKe n(
i by amy ether route. Bagt,
you purchase yov
saro the name
ITS, good until nsed, can be. Y
' -ffievs, at t.uencer House Corn f
Sroailway i.nd Front: No. 1 Bi '
noitli-t it corne.
iLorncr; at ine waiuiu-eireei Mouse, ao i
IfBce, foot of Mill, on Front street, wb
try information map be had. (
aes run to aud from eah train, and w
ssenger at all hotels and all pa.t .It'
avlng address at either office.
W. II. L. NOBLJ . ,
General Ticket A, '4
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS. Cincinnati, Richmond &
Great Throuffh. Route ft
FORT WAT t.
TWO DAILY THROUGH TRAINS leaveSixth sire
Depot, at 6 A. ni. aun 4:so ni.
A. M INDIANAPOLIS. ST. LOUIS A CHI ,
OO FAST EXPRESS. Through direct, nt-iking. J
connections for all other Western and'JVdrtj-wee
points. Tbls Train also connects , ion X(,a. j.
tilucinnati and Chicago Rowls, tol, ffXfl
mo, Logansport, aucfall polnU -ATUMn Yal,,T
close cnnnectioni at IndianapiiTL-riiianeid. Rock
cago, with TrHita tor lorre H"'se, Jacksonville.
IHittnu, uuiesuiua-, atuinin, , u aittttooii, Naples
Danville. Uurlnron, Milwauli. p.
n..i..- r)..i... ii..ii-fA h r-r- .-.
ftjf-rhroneh TickoU given t Baggage checked
through. . ,iigh Tickets, ap-
For further Information and 0f j-mut and
ply to, Ticket OAlws, north-east . , Fourth; at
Broadway; No. IK Walnut. strcpT,,. .trB.t. r at
south-east corner of Fourth au-T
the Sixth-streut uepoi. rintendent.
i. m. nuaaun, a "aaying their
nniTitlmaos will call for nastiinirers JrlC.Jl"
names at either of the Ticket Offices.
184 if. xj. Duiia, , ir
PRAr.Tir.AT, MERC"- ur "f ULiwia,
i . w -arl'D
i . no, 01. O. l. con A 1 11 .
m w n w
e Hall, Walni.
Orven Day and Gvenltiff
Entry Book Keeuinc. Pun1
metio. Tenru tor ft full C
- or mora entering at uio urns
167 Walnut Street.
DR. C. W. PHILLIPS
Maio Cough Syr
TO iliaaHlei sullakKlafe Hmalu fn wham Mr.lrl
maoent cure or jougnB, uoius. innuenxu, iitw
r-couch. tlroiiD. Bora Throat, ltleedini '
aud till i
alBeattusof thuThruHt, Lungs and (Jh
la safe, relfalile. and tliBonlvODa' :
re mod r
proTod Itnelf a nmvenittl remedy for all thn 1 , "
eases, i ne iMSiimoniais puuusnea are iroo'
distinguished oitlcens here at homo, wuo . ' -f- '
cured by Us tuagio power. ' s r
Important Testimony. ( (
Trom Hon. J. W. Chapman, Judge of '
aViBillUwa 1UU1MW. m . ' i
' Madisoh, ind,! .
nsed several small bottles of yonr ''Cough S
personally and In my family, ami uavinn
fects on others. In numerous iustaooes of sevV
and coughs, 1 most cheerfully recomrind It m
fallible remedy In I1 iuch cases. If tuls ftyni
ynnertwi uae. l wiiiki.iiuj wwiri" m mi ho tnr
poIH awWVtrnDetlkirMI b? COllffhS. tllftt HOW w
nate In Cwusumpiinn, wuuiu no vuuciuiy an
In fact.I can seenoneceuity for any. who can (
Head. This, Also.
From Hon. V. Storer. LL. D., Judg of th (
Uonrt el uiDoiuuau.
o . " 1 ' ' CmontsriTT, Dee. 5
iti, Dec. . 1 1 1 1
itn oor 6 n t i
ocwl t myt . 'i L .
ifficact us pre j ; 7
aswel aen i ' tf
ri a, w. raiLLirs Dear atri n
k.HhufaMBUUid will, ar.ut .iiorM.
belle . " to be a moat sale and .fficaci
affeotions of lb throat aud lunae. alp
netfuvors, wuo nave wis m iw oiim. hi
lulu., awure tue that hay tevui it wini jrr
LLIP ; Vj
AOc V, 'i'
Heal irt.a. I.
Sola wuoieaaie vj Dumift' Mw u i
u I.. n VI Iklvnn! A. Tofel'. Allen
ABro.: BJ.8caulanC.i J.. C. JMoi Ji,a.
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