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vhitom Alt anrirvna.
Thi unusual prevalence of thunder-storm!
In various parts of the couatrr prevent ai
' Croto laying before oar readers, this morning,
oar usual telegraphle dispatches.
Our advertising column! offer to customers'
good display of the principal commodities
for use and elegance, and they doubtless show
the best assortments of each in the city, as
dealers, wboee stocks are broken or ran down,
hare but little Inducement tp advertise. We
have still room for a few more of the same
sort, and we can offer to advertisers the in
ducement that we can place their bnsiness
before a larger number of readers in this city
find Covington and Newport than can be
reached by any other paper published in Cin
cinnati. . .
A Confession of Doubtful Good to the Soul.
As a specimen of the proverbial Justice
eliminated when some parties full out, we
extract the following from an "able and clo-
quent" article in the Enquirer:
"In 1856 and 1858 the Democracy of the
free States were loaded down with the enor-
mm J"ttdyelght of Southern sectionalism,
.Jh to carry an Administration whose
..ttTjimlaritv was extensive and perioral.
I he Kansas question was then in full vigor,
and upon it we lost, temporarily, hundreds
of thousands of votes. iS'ow we hare cut
loose from the Disuuionists of the south, and
are fighting them as well a their colleagues
of the North.
."We have cut loose from a condemned Ad
ministration, whose sympathies in the Presi
dential contest are with the Opposition, not
with the Democrats. No more can the Op
position rally the North on the charge that
the Democrats were dough-faced that they
were subservient to the Disunion party of
The Impression mode by a pretty general
coarse of reading of Democratic journals, in
the years referred to, was that the peculiar
virtue of the Democracy was its intense na
tionalism and love for the Union, and that
all the sectionalism and disunion of the
country were monopolized by the Republican
party. Now, it seems, that wearers the vic
tims of misplaced confidence in the Northern
Democratic journals, and that,' while they
nppealed to our patriotism to help them save
. the Union, tbey wre knowingly using os to
help thern carry "Squthern sectionalism" and
the "dlsunionists of the South" into power.
N'cV, also, we find It admitted by the leading-
Democratic orgac of Ohio, that the Demo
crats were justly characterized as '.'dough
faced," and "subservient to the disunion
party of the South." To aggravate' the in'
jury to our confiding innocence, we find that
what there is of Democracy in the Adminis
tration, in the Senate, and in all the depart
ments of Government, is all sectional and
disunion, and was nil the time these Demo
cratic journal! were seducing ths people to
support and perpetuate such a state of things
as the only way to save the Union.
It is also painful to see onr neighbor de
claring the "Administration condemned. "
But a few days ago when the House passed
resolutions condemning the Administration,
the Enquirer announced its determination to
make the expunging of them an issue at the
' coming election. What balm that was to
the bosom of wounded Buck I Now, when
the Enquirer also plunges its dagger into
his Administration, the expiring Buck may
well exclaim, Oh, thou Brute I
State's-evidence may relieve a confederate
from the legal penalty, but it is not regarded
as at all relieving him font guilt. It isa vulgar
proverb that the greatest rogues ore usually
most prompt in this line ; and one who
should assume that his betrayal of his com
rades entitled him to the confidence of the
community, and to be set up anew in the
same business, would be regarded as exhibit
ing a refreshing degree of assurance.
Celibacy Holy Men and Holiness of Marriage.
Among the evils consequent to the separa
tion of Church and State that is necessarily
Godless state the Catholic Telegraph la
ments the loss of the sanctity with which the
unity of marriage should be regarded, and
that "The diviue union between souls is
abolished, and in its place we hare the civil
contract the whereas and therefore of somo
judge, who separates the parents and plants
in the hearts of the children the seeds of
future bitterness and vice."
It seems hardly probable that judges will
be called on to separate any "divine unions,"
unless the Telegraph calls that a divine union
in which the parents quarrel like cats and
dogs. The editors of the Telegraph being ex
eluded from experimental knowledge by their
sacred profession, have naturally given but
little profound, analytical thought to the sub
ject of matrimony, therefore on this question
. the laity, enjoy inga freedom of thought which
would be inconsistent with the spirit of vows
of celibacy, and having the assistance of ex
perimental knowledge, may reasonably be
allowed to speak.
It is quite natural that tbey who have de
nied themselves the matrimonial paradise
should look upon it as a state of soul-unity
and spiritual beatitude. Blessings beyond our
reach usually take the shape of the ideal of our
imagination, and ideals make no allowance
. for disappointments; but in real matrimony,
the divine anion of souls seems to be severed
before the parties appeal to the law for relief
from irksome bonds. Such cases are lamenta
ble, but the holy bonds of matrimony are
destroyed before the Iaw interferes, and that
U the part to be lamented; not the law s in
terference to separate parties who are cohab
iting without any holy bond; and- it would
seem that the seeds of future bitterness and
vice might be town in the hearts of the chi
dren by the constant antagonism of parents,
vastly more than by their peaceful separa
tion. Physiologists say that the seeds xs
future bitterness are sown by discordant
' parents in the minds of their children before
' they are born. Whut a horrible thought that
parents are compelled to cohabit and multi-
' ply their evils and sins in their children I
" Caa such bonds be holy?
In real life unions without affection do
occur; also anions of irrepressible conflicts.
These have to be considered and disposed of,
and any theory of marriage which is blind to
these will not answer the purpose. We doub(
if a careful observer of such unions wonld
fall them divine,. God-joined, soul-unions,
holy bonds, and "the order of Providence.'
It 1 likely that the parties themselves would
regard such terms as- ironical.' It is quite
doubtful if the devil himself could devise ny
mora efficient means for building np and
propagating bis kingdom, than such mar
riages rs do siow and then occur. And If, a
ws proume the Telegraph does not deny,
Batna is constantly tempting souls to destruc
tion, why should he not tempt fherd Into
such marriages, as the direct way to Hell,
with a preparatory course of it here ?
We believe that snch marriages are rare;
and, that young people be not discouraged,
and that the - world come not to an end ,rbr
want of marriages, as our co-temporary of
.the OatelH apprehends, we will remark that
we believe that the great majority of mar-,
riages are happy. It Is the inevitable destiny
of mankind, and the anticipation should be
kept as bright as possible; and that expres
sion of subdued and Settled melancholy which
settles on the male-married countenance,
should not he, accepted as evidence. The
gleaming victorious expression of the Bene
dict of a week's or less experience, is far
more reliable. When marriage is a anion of
souls, it is deserving of all the sanctity that
the most imaginative celibate can ascribe to
it. This we say from observation, 'and, as
St. Paul said on the same subject, "We think
also we have the spirit of God."
A peculiar feature of the marriage question
is that they who regard matrimony as incom
patible With the holy office of a Priest, should
be the most strenuous for the holiness of mar
riage. Is God's holy ordinance inconsistent
with His service? Does His "divino union
between souls" make either of them a less
acceptable offering on His altar? It does not
appear from the Scriptures though we admit
that we have only studied the Protestant
version that the celibacy of the clergy orig
inated in any ideas of the divine unity of the
married state. St. Paul, wo believe was the
only Apostle who taught fully on marriage,
and he seems to lave regarded it as a conces
sion to human weakness, to be avoided if it
could be done witbont incurring greater evil.
He had grace to abide single, and commended
his example to all who could so abide. Such
is the growth of grace that his successors
imitate his example without hardship; but
it appears singular that while they are so
strenuous fn carrying out bis injunction of
celibacy, they should be equally strenuous
in insisting on an idea of the married state
which seems just the opposite of that on
which his injunction of celibacy was founded.
THE REVELATION OF ST. JOHN ITS OWN INTERPRETER
By JOHN COCHRAN, New York.
By JOHN COCHRAN, New York. D. Appleton & Co. Cincinnati: Rickey, Mallory
Tblt work proposes to clear up the llttio mystery
remmlnlns around the Apocalypse, br a theory which
reduce the whnlo allegory to a positive cortainty,
wben, the writer says:
"It will be found that It farms a wnnrtftrfnl fn-
stance of the wisdom and coodnem uf 0d. who hits'
thus delivered to Ills people a book to guide and cbetr
their path br the tigtires of glowing Imagery, which
iu the end, resolve tllemselve. into problem! of drill
onttrable certainty sod of prophetic import, attest
Ing at once the divinity of llie word and Iiil gov.
eminent of the world."
This demonstrable clearness has not hitherto been
reached. Whether It Is consistent with God's pur
pose In the prophesies, we may consider at another
time. The sanguine promise of the writer encour
ages great hopes. Whether ther are fulfilled, can
best be ascertained br reading the book.
The theory of the book la, that the Revelation is de
livered hi a double version, divided by ths half-hour
silence in Heaven; that one version is a repetition of
tho other, and helps to interpret It. This at once
reduces ths work of interpretation one-half, besides
making on allegory explain the other. The Idea
Snds analogies in the double dream of Joseph, which
excited the envy of his brethren, and in the double
dream of Pharaoh, ths interpretation of which re'
lieved Joseph from the disgrace Into which he had
fallen from his remarkable contlneocy.
The best test of the theory Is the conclusions ar
rived at. In fact fixed conclusions are even the
Clearest foundation for theory. We cau state but
briefly the interpretation woiked out. It is demon
strated with mathematical cortalnty that the only
powers and dominions referred to in the Revelations,
are tbe Kingdom of God and the Reman Powor.
This being settled, the next point Is to find whloh is
which.' Iu this, as In other collections of living
things, those who have rendered en equivalent take
their cholo. Much depends on the choice. The
writer readily decides that the dragons, scarlet
woman, stuwy-horned boasts, plagues and famines
typify the Roman Church. Asa. specimen or his
irreslstable logic, we quote his reasoning on the
beast with seven heads and teu horns.
"Seven heads are interpreted to be seven mount
ains. au uiiiui.iakable .inn of Rome which no nh.
istrv can evade. And thi. eilul ! Lnnliud tn two nl
the dominions by the Interpreting angel, so that two
sre necestiarily Human. But the name sigu is attached
to a third domiuion, repreeenti-d by the dragon, bo
that three are Roman; which, with the Kingdom ol
uuu, are au mi uuwuiioue IU lue UOOK.
Bo It will be seen that the clue furnishod in the
sevon mountalua unravels the whole mystery. Omit
ting intermediate stages, we hasten to the final con
clusion, which is the opening of tbe seven vials of
judgments on the R man Dominion and the beast
and the scarlet woman, the casting of the beast and
the false prophet iuto the lake of fire, the cast ing ol
tbe dragon into the bottomless pit aud lair -of ore.
and the fall of Babylon, all of which denote the
entire destruction of the Roman Dominion, Im
perial, Papal and Ecclesiastical, when the new
heaven, aud the new earth, and the new Jerusalem
This consummation is sufficient vindication of the
theory toany devout mind; except it may be to the
Catholics; but it Is not according to nature that tbey
who feel the grip of the law should have a high
opinion of its virtues. We suppose that they have
equal grace in interpretation, aud that by a theory
equally clear, they bring other religions to the same
end. Thus, If interpretation had free course, It
would dispose of all the existing religions, to prepare
the way for tbe establishment of the Kingdom of
tiod on earth. This consequence can not be contem
plated without concern.
There is a plausibility, though probably deceptive,
in the application of the symbol of the beast of the
seven heads and ten horns, and ths dragon and tb
scarlet-woman to the English secession from the
Roman Church under tho. lead of Henry the Eighth
of blessed memory aud to the Protostaut move
ment of which England became the bulwark. It
will be seen by Rev. 13, that the boast rises up out of
the sea. This fact is omitted by the writer. Rome
does not rise out of the sea. England does. Her
usual attitude Is "ruling tbe waves." It will not be
difficult to find seven great dominions of England in
all tbe continents and islands into which her power
extends, which will fill the symbol uf the seven
mountains. It is well known that mountain Is the
annul symbol of power, in the Scriptures, as "the
mountain of tho Lord," F urthermure, a woman sat
oa tbe seven mountains. A woman never ruled over
the Roman Church. A woman was the head of tbe
English Church, who was perhaps tbe greatest enemy
the Catholic power ever had. Tbe woman being ar
rayed In scarlet may refer to the red hair of the
virgin Qusea of England. .
It will also be remembered that Eugland is ths
nstlve country of dragons. Ths borus. also, may
symb diss those with which that exemplary mon
arch, Henry the Eighth, ltnagiued himself embel
Us bed In his matrimonial troubles, which idea
brought several of his wives to grlsf.
Suppose we apply the language of this writer.
The seven-headed beast rises up out of the sea. "An
unmissable sign of England which no sophistry
can evide. And this sign Is applied to two of tbe
dominions by the Interpreting angel, so that two are
necessarily English. But ths sams sign Is attached
tea third dominion, representing the dragon, so
that three are English, which, with the Kingdom of
God," Ithaf Is ths Catholic Church) "an aU the do
minions In the book.
It will be seem that ths Interpretation also adult
of a doable version. We have no doubt that our
readers will And great satisfaction In ths book, and
hat a firm trust in Its conclusions will be vastly
(conducive to Christian euarltjr.
Hah Qorid To Dxath st a Boll. On
Wednesday morning last a Mr. Bierco, who
resides about half a mile north of Yellow
Springs, was attacked and fatally gored by
bull. The animal, which belonged to
neignoor, nao oroxen into nierce s premises
and Mr. B. and a boy undertook to drive him
out He turned upon them and caught
Bierce on bis horns, tossing him in the air,
and, as he struck the ground, the maddened
brute sprang upon him and gored him through
the groin ana bowels, and crushed his arm.
Ths boy, with a courage beyond his years,
attacked the bull with club, and succeeded
in driving him from bis victim, but not until
Mr. Bierce was so severely weunded and
crusned as to cause nis dsatn.,
The Custom and Operation of Head-Shaving
Among the Japanese.
' A Philadelphia correspondent of tbe Tru
bunt says :
From tli usual amount of shavlnit and balr
dreaelng performed to-day, I juilge that these
operations have been interfered with, of late,
by the general insecurity from interruption.
A Japanese omcer is especially msinciinea to
have his head adorned in the nresence of
strangers. Among his friends, however, it
seems to him a matter of no concern. The
nroceas of hair-dressinc is something too
serious to be slighted. The iotentness and
solemnity or the earner are never relaxed.
Ho gives the whole of his mind to it The
shaving, both of head and face, is very dex
terously and very delicately performed; but
tbe combing and dressing of the bair are
conducted upon a totally different principle.
i ttiniK Hint tne sunerings oi tne person unaer
treatment must be acute. The hair is kneaded,
as it were, with a thick, paste-like oil, and
then combed rapidly out, through all its
length, with a violence approaching ferocity.
The barber manifests a spirit of utter reckless
ness as to the feelings of his victim, and, in
the fullness of his exertions, twists and dis
torts his features into the strnnirest complica
tions with each successive tug. Long before
the operation is concluded, tne subject, woo,
by some stoic power incomprehensible to
the American mind, retains his self-command,
gives evidence of its severity in the purple
glow thatsulfuscs his countenance, and, when
it happily comes to an end, he rises from the
floor, unon which he bod been seated, and
with a smile whose brightness shows how
nobly a contented mind may triumpn over
the tribulations of this earth, proceeds to tbe
nearest window, and, with his fan inviting
gentle breezes, settles himself to cool.
I hear many questions asked concerning
the curious method of wearing tbe bair which
the Japanese adopt. It came about thus :
Some three or four centuries ago, before
which time the Japanese head had always
been unshorn, a great reformer, with a genius
kindred to that which invented the elongated
nether garments of delusive humility, ' dis
covered that, in the wars that then raged
throughout the nation, the comfort of the
combatants would be enhanced by the removal
of a pArtion of the hair. The proposition
was received with acclamationtnd was every
where practically carried out. To preserve
appearances, a narrow border was left un-
toucnea, wnicn, gatnerea to ine crown ana
there confined, concealed in a measure tbe
new deficiency. But although peace was in
time restored, the ancient fashion was not,
and to this day the suggestive indication of
the depredations of war continues. It is an
interesting fact and one, I think, not before
revealed, that the immediate attendants; of
the Mikado, among whom no thoughts -of
worldly strite are ever supposed to enter, are
the only men throughout the einpiro- who
weur tne nair uncut, iney, moreover, ukc
the married women of Japan, have their teeth
A DrflHowaiiT Ttm PnATim tbs Peea
Blind Mas. The people of Geauga County,
says the Cleveland FlaindeaUr, are justly
indignant at tne manner in wnicn mey nave
been victimized by a Cleveland jour printer,
who has been giving "Ollna man entertain
ments" in that section. Coverinn his eves
with hideous green goggles, and hiring a
small boy to lead him, he goes through tbe
country with a small panorama and a col
lection oi puppets, in nis diiis ne manes
touching appeals to the community to "help
a poor blind man," and usually draws full
houses. The joke of the thing if there is
any joke about it is this : he isn't blind ai
all. People in the "provinces" will -do well
to look: out lor tms oogus oiina man. tie
forget himself at Burton the other night,
when he threw off his goggles to whip a fel
low who endeavored to palm an old-fashioned
cent on him tor hall a dollar. - -
SUNDAY MaREIAOS IN TBI WOODS. On
Sundav. as a Justice of the Peace in Shelby
County, Ind., was on his way to attend the
luneral ot a neighbor, ne was met Dy a party
of young people, who informed him that they
were on their way to his office, where tbey
should be happy to engage his services iu
joining two fond hearts in one.
x ue a usuce, oeai to me injunction ui -uui
the dead bury the dead," determined not to
be toiled in out Humane intentions, quietly
informed the parties that he would not return
tn his office, but if thev. would arrange them
selves in proper position on tbe shady side of
me roau, ub-wuuiu consent iu auiuiuieier iuv
obligations in his happiest style, and do it up
with neatness and dispatch. The parties con
senting, Justice Stout proceeded, and the
twain were maae one nesn.
Dbspkratb Encounter with a Bbar. At
Penman's Ranch. Cal.. three hunters encoun
tared a henr whirh thev wounded with six
shots. The bear pursued and caught one of
them, and while the otuers nea, tne captured
hunter had a hand-to-paw fight with tbe
monster. Having nothing but a short dirk
knife, be seized the bear by the tongue and
attempted to use the dirk, but tho blade bent
on the bear's ribs. Having dragged the ani
mal's tongue through tbe corner of its mouth
the creature could use his paws only, with
which the man was terribly torn, his scalp
having been knocked off by the bear's claws.
At length tho exhausted huntor let go the
tongue and the bear made off, but was killed
next day, and weighed six hundred pounds,
i ne man recovered. -.
EXTBAOKOIHABT ESCAPX VBOU A MlLL RaOX
Tam.a Iln.i, o . f ..... ... .. ' -
Rochester, N. Yn full into the race in front of
the old cotton factory rums, while endeavor
ing to pull out a piece of scantling which had
been left in an opening there. The force of
tne current swept mm tnrougn tne ruins ot
tbe building to the tail race, and then hurled
him down a precipice fifty or Bixty feet high,
upon the rocks below. lie was carried along
by the stream from the point where he fell.
until ne lodged among Borne oriit-wooo.
S trail eel v enough, no bones were broken.
and he was able to crawl up on the bank,
where be was soon round aud carried home,
Thi Golden Robin. The Gloucester(Mass.)
Telegraph notices the appearance in great
numbers of tbe golden robin. The Sung of
this bird is spoken ot as much sweeter than
that of tbe old familiar robin red-breast and
bis plumage is much brighter. Iu other re
spects ne mucn resembles mat bird, me in.
crease is attributable to a decrease in the dis.
position to Interfere with the birds, among
botn old and young.
Jdpici al Biootbt. I n the Court of Queen's
Bench, at Uuebec, on the ldth lust.. Justice
Alwyn indignantly vacated his seat on the
bench because a portrait of Pope Pius IX had
been suspended in a conspicuous place in the
Court-room, declaring that he would not sit
there while the picture remained. In con
sequence, the whole business of tbe Court
was stopped. Tbe picture was placed in the
room by permission of the Judge's three
Koman tatnouc colleagues on tne Jiencn.
Clothes renovated and repaired, ISO W. Sixth.
' Clothing renovated and repaired, SS . Third,
SHrCianniTia't cheap Pictures, JO fifth-street.
SHrPtcTpaas for tea cents. Johnson's Gallery,
Ninth and Main. .
A. A. Eisrsa, Clocks, Watched and Jewelry,
Mos. Ui and 271 Wsstoru-row.
SM" ArrLloiTn's mammoth Oallery, corner Fifth
aud Main. Mark the place. Jes-tf
tr Examine the Photographs at Arrxaaavs's,
corner Fifth sud Main. Mark the plaoe. jet-tf
SUTBrlng your old slothes to Cowan, 118 West
Third-streot, and have them repaired aud renovated,
after which they will look as good as new.
. SWThs finest, largeet and beat-arranged Picture
Oallery on Fifth-street is Cowas's, S3 West Fifth-
mr If yon want a good Picture, call at the sotith
west corner of Blath-etroet and Central -a venue.
Plcturee taken and put In nice gilt frames for twenty
five cents; In cases for twent sent, string uu ths
bablee you are sure te get a goad ukeaeas, ; .
Hka.ik)VAtm3d Bmn , lT Dtv., O V. M .,
f'tsiniuusTi lima HI 1VA.
Bf-SOttlVFItAI, O R Is B
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k. .,r tMa nri
ope of this Drlg ide will lorui A
lornlne of the Fourth of .Inly
, on Broadway, riffht resting iV
layiux north in the followlns W
lery, Washington Dragoons,
r naiafle on tne m
next, U SH o'olftrk,
nnier : lilKllt flrunery, vrneiiinHiun lfrnaooiia,
r irmi Vint innaii Daiutium i iiii"io, nipimrLps
Con'lnetita' helm"tit, Captain ftumley'a Compnny,
Indepe-nnVnt Contlnontals, lurtoprnilent Oulhrte
urnv rinttanon. ine coiumi win ibki up ne mie
of murch at 7 o'clock precisely, a- d procwi over the
lMUWIIH lUUlC ; I. Oil vomiil w uhuii n uuxh
on Smith to Sinn, west on Fifth to Mound, north
DOrrn on nnd to 1 wemn, eee vu iirnum wmmr
sviilh on Mnln tn Klghth, went on Klshth to Bare,
h.M lh. Knaalll I ... I..rn.jul .ml tli. Mrlffaria rile.
missed. By comnisnd of
J. it- DArb3, xjngaaisr usnnnii.
H. 0. KSK-JsTt, Brigade Major. , Jy3-b
Cat-aATTFNTION! OLD CINCINNATI
stv btvAIB ion ri nerrny ntum-Mi m
trchy ntttitiM to A
a THIS BVKN- A
tbe purpote of M
tin! oat on th w
tvd tTi old flac A
mi'et at the William Tell Saloon
Julv 1. at s o c ocs. lor
tnaklnff nrr ne-ementa for tnrnl
Vimnh or .lnlv. we hvn penelvi.il the old flaa
r..v Mi iu...lnn 1 end nttter hnainR4. We want
every old Uray tt be present, without further orders.
IKS of SUfUlNATl KOIA1. Altl ll
a ARCH A
ri'evl KVKNINft. at 7 oVIork.
. it. wjiiituHr
f-aOUR OFFICE V ILI, BE CI.OHKO
gSKr on WKDNEHDAY, the Fourth of July.
Faitu's whoo j'npor innhireRln our hands on tout
day, will ploate attend to It irerlou1y.
s'ii ct r.isinif. nt i no sv 1 1 1 in in ivi
triurnnt. punctually at eight o clock. . Mfci
iy oruer oi
flAMVEIi P. BLACK, Prentdont.
Vf. F. IIanbci.haw, Hc'y. jyl-bt
pf-TI5V. M. M. ti. AWSOriATION.-THE
ktKJ7A regular Quarterly Mwtfng ol tho Young
Mon'm Mercantile liibmry Asnociation wll" bo held
at the Library Rooms on TUESDAY BVSNINU,
my s. at 8 n click, a inn nnnaanrr is aoeireu.
The rooms will be closed on the Fourth of July.
By order of the Board.
jean; i. j. wcwttMiL, kcc. gec y.
Bf-25WB RKG TO INFORM OUR
tP-wjfk friends that we shall roHume business at
the old stand as noon as We can repair damages,
when wo shall be haDDr to buddW nil with an inim
itable- hat, J. C. TOWKliH 4 CO.,
je27-tr ino. 149 fliatii'itroot.
Bf--5PERKrWKRY,-FOR FINE CO1
fckVa f.lHJN K WATKH. either hv tlie ouart. oi
elegnutly put up in bottles, call at the Fourth-street
IsconiDosed of ttoan and other articles well known
for their beneficial action unon the tenth and sums.
ii contains no arucie inai can poesioiy injure iuq
uteiu, anu can consequently do usea who porioci iia
puuity by persons of all ages.
Manufacturer and Importer of Perfumery, ,
je7 No. 36 West Fourth-streot,
3S- -.KKNKnVS MKIfirATs nifov.
liOa liUV is ac know led gi-d by the most eminent
phytr inns, and by the must careful druggitiU
throughout tbe United 8tates, o bo the mw effec
tual bloidpurlfler etor known, and to have reiieTed
more suffering, and effect'-d more permanent cures,
than any preparation known to the profession. Scrof
ula, Halt Khcum, fcrysipclas, Hcald-bfad, Hcaly Krup-
lions oi wuatsoever nature, are enrra ovaiew Dot ties
und ths si-stem restored to hill etrensth And visor.
uu anu explicit uirections tor tne euro oi ulcerated
ttmrt leiri nnft otimr or .- h .,., iirs
5 Wen in tho pamphlet with each bunm. rvi nnte'u
011N I). PAIIK. SOUtK, K KHTfclN k CO., and
Utt'JKUti Bi.DlXUN. price l. sepi9-ay
THE I. O. Z.
Japanese Soft Hat !
W 0d Monday we shall have another invoice ol
these very desirable 86ft Felt Summer Oats.
DODD & CO,,
jyl-b 144 Maln-st., below Fourth,
MISS TENNESSEE CLAFLIN,
The Celebrated Clairvoyant. .
--teHAei REMOVED TO 3T1 WEST
leWI". BIXTH-UC. near Mound, v. here she can
be consulted on past, present anil future evente of
life. Price of consultation, ONK DOLLAR, jrl-b
PERSONS DESIROUS )P SAV-
INl TWKSTV I'kll ,S:hlT In tlx. nnr.
chaTTT WALI.-PAl'ER rlo well to tall at OEO.
A. PEIKU'H. IMS' West Filth si., whsre thev can
oDtaiu any sc) le or Quality
ST3 $55. SS
Li ADD, .WEBSTER & CO8
- Sewing Machines!
OS- saNf-W STVI.E JUST ISSUED AT
Call and see them at 80 West Fonrth-st..
Celebration, July 4,
DEMOCBATIO MASS COVENTION.
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Da j ton
. H ALF l1 ATI K.
fcWSST on II P. M. train, JxlrS. and 30 A.
train. sofiiK, returning, July s, Inclusive, will bu
placed on ealo at the oiuces or the compsnlos on the
evening 01 tne au. r. w. ernAuun,
jri-o . . uenerai xicaei Agent.
Read, all who wish to get Rich I
A HOOK. f'ONTAININO INSTRUO
i now to iuhm a loriuuo iu a wv munini.
will ts sent to any aud all persons, on receipt
their eorrect address aud twentr cuuts in nostaae
Biamps. auuress J. r. l'Bi libli,, Agenc,
jeij-ti jsox a,V44j uiucinnaii, unio.
Just reoeived and for sale by
RICKEY, MALLORT & CO.,
KO. 73 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
Pike's Opera-house. -
TRAVELS. HESEARCHES AND MIS
KIOMA.KV LABORH-During an EifhteQ.irar
iiMiafur in ivwiern AiricH, tvogeinisr who iour
nvi to Jairsa. Lttambara, (Jkaiubara. 8hoa. and
Cuaittiug Vo age trow Mantbav to Capo Deltfado.
By Rev. Dr. J.XewU Krapp. With uu Appeuilix,
orn Africa; the Hourcoi uf tlit Nile: tbe Lan
iiaaiiea and Llturature uf Eastern Afrits. Ac. : ant
a ciineiM aucuunt of tJaologtcal HeMarchM
Katrn Africa up to the Llvcovery of the Uyen
ytwi iu September labt. By E. J. Uaveiutein, if.
ii. 8. Oue vol. Unto. $ Vt,
EDWARD EVERETT. THE VERNON
FAPfcllH. By Hon. JCdward Kwrett. One
iJinu. ai at.
RIGHT AT LAST, AND OTHER TALES,
jjt nr, uhskcii autrinr or-aaary uarion," "Wort
and Mouth," "Crawfurd," ki, 0u volume, 1 21110.
HOOKER'S NATURAL HISTORY.For
the mwj of H, IiooIm aud Pauilllf, By WorthliiRton
Jlookt-r. M. i., PrufuMtorof the Theory and I'rao-
iit'e 01 .Meutruie, iu 1 &10 iHjngc, auttior ol 'Hu
man .MtsM.ilogy," "Child'i Book of JJature,"
. lumiiAtud uy nearly aHwengraviuga, 91.
IINB CLARETS. JUST RECEIVED,
ftl 12 caaea La Um, LatTtte, St. Ktephe. Cha-
tau narKaux and Ht. Julie u ; all of excaUeol Qual
uy. juraate. vuuioaaie aim retail, uy
, A. Mo DONALD k CO..
JyS ' ft6 and Branch i4tt Weet fnurtn-t
aTOT.ONO tea.-jitht RECEIVED.
-W hif-oht nupttrlor OMoug tea, uf extra flavor
ana ricMueM. fur baiu. wnum&aie aia re;aii. py
Jyl and Branch Wt Fumti-H.
. .. ..- ' . 1
THE frCflKCRIBBIt, ATT Bit TWFN-TY-I'IVK
rrV eprinoe u ft practical
printer, fuirteon ypam of which he wae foreman oi
n inow lorn inoune. naa pruaucra a oomptMinoei
tr mllv-m which Cnn not ha excelled either for econ
omr, dumMlity or the excellence of tho work It pro.
dncoe. It Contains no mtilfvwicii, but U mode frrnn
No. 1 extra-roflnMt 40-osnt fin. loaf niir and
honey. Holler made from tnle compoaltioa lt
three tlmn m long an the ordinary one Ther will
nut ran down in iimnier, and are especially adapted
r xvroxrarhlc printing, an they pm-nut a nmoutn
nd beautiful surface, not to be obtained from tbe
Moll re made from thia cotnpoHltlnu will do their
work blHcke1. with let luk, than ordinary onee, ae
they take up all the Ink And lave It In the riffht
i lace, i ne companion win ne unni m seaioa cans,
o or 80 psiund-. or more, with printed direction! for
use to any part of the country, at the rate of SO
cent a pound. Roller of large efcA cast at the same
rate per pound; Uaro or Proof Kollfra, 00 cent eacb.
1'rt uteri Mending own irvm a metance, accompa
lnl bv caeh, 111 nleaae state the torn wmit ure of
thfir offlo, tb.it each order may b tnont m tin facto
Tily fulfilled. USORUK HALL.
enquirer uiuce, uwcini.au, uuio.
This Is to certify that 1 hare need the Hollers man
ufactured by Mr. (ieo. Hall, and And them snperior
and mre economical than those nmnufactured from
the ordinary material".
Cincinnati Uady Frees UlUc.
I cheerfhllT recommond the Hollers muds br Mr.
Goo. Hall, believtua- them to be more durable than
any others I have seen or heaid of. I shall be happy
to snow any person a pair manuiacmreq ny nun,
which 1 have Id constant use.
jua. o. wkukuis, rressman,
jyt cM.W.F Cincinnati Daily Times Office.
HALL'S IMPROVED LYE
FOH WASHING TYPE!
ONE GALLON QOK9 A3 FAR, AS SIX
or eight of ordinary Lye. It Is gelatinons, and,
consequently, not liable to be wasted, it makes the
type clean, and enables It o bo easily distributed,
than saying labor and type, as very little washing is
Price, HO cents a gallon in small quantities 18
cents a gallon by baxioU. V
a .i.i . nrnoAnt iiiit js
Eniulrer Office. Cincinnati, Ohio.
aT Thi Is tn certify that we And onr trtw ntnrh
cleaner, and distribute easier, since ft has been
waetiea Dy nan s uyetnan weerer knew type Deiore.
big nea on benair oi ail tne compositors.
Foreman Composing Room nquirer Office.
SI DO I Xj
Master Commissioners' Sale!
STATB OF OHIO, HAMILTON COUNTY,
SS. Pursuant to an order tor sale. feMicd from
lie Hamilton County Court or Common Pleas, and
to mo airecteu, i win oner at ruoiiocwisin tne ro.
tunda nf th. Conrt.boUNS In Cincinnati, on Fit I DA V.
Aiuiist .1. i860, at 10 o'clock. A. M.. tbe following de-
scribr-d real eetate, to-wit: ,1J""'ir,,If"TI.1,'
.Lnl S."''?.0'. "WlKrk T7;n.hir liVSllVnn
County aforesaid, ae laid out by John Burgoyne, vis:
No. of LoL BiM of Lot. Approvement.
1 li feet 4 inches br 100 ...t 2M) 00
S..m IKS feet lnchee br 10l)...- 2t 0
3 l&J feet 4 iucbee br 111.. . 2nu on
4. ............. .163 feet 4 'ncbos br XJC1 0.1
5..;....,....1 feot 4 tncnee ty lll. ......... l ll
o. ...,isa ft-f 1 4 incbes by loo 2tn no
7...... 1S3 feet 4 Inches by loo..... " am 00
8. coiitninlog 3 'Jl-loo acre.. ...... ........... 1,'j.iS no
o containina l nj.iw acros.... - ihs oo
10.. ..-.... containing 2 acre...... 1.200 Oil
11. ........ ...containing 40-luo acres.... 1,440 00
..........containing 2 87-100 acres..... Wrt 00
,M..containlng3 2J-iouacree l.trjo on
.....containing i 12-100 acres. ........ 3,018 on
15...... coutAininff 4 9Vlno acre. .... . a,V70 00
16......cootalnlng S 10-100 scr.. .............. l,Ofi oil
17...-...contalnlug3 IS-loOacree 1,1". on
ie.....;......coitalulng 30-100 acres 920 00
ooutainlog 4 73-100 scree............. l,lss Ml
To be sold as thenropertr of John Burvovne. Incase
no. 12.770 Hamilton uounty uourt oi uommon rieas.
wherolu The City Bank of Columbus Is plaintiff anl
John Burgoyne and others are dofondauta. .
n. u. iiLDEN, Attorney lor riaiunn.
- . . T. B. PAXTON,
je27-esw " Special Master Commissioner. ,
IMPORTANT TO LADIES !
Oloalus; Out. Stools..
SKLLINO OFF AST COST,
To close this Branch, tIs: ' '
GonnlfttinK of Oollara, SleoTes, Break W, Oapi, Plain
and Uoibroldored Linen UandlceroblelH, Laoe MlttHi
Hosiery, sc., ao. ,
LADIES and CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR
Plain and Trimmed CbemlMf ; . 7
Plain and Trimmed Drawer i
Plain and Trimmed Night Dreteea, kc., Ac.
SklrU, Corsetfc, Parasols and Shades,
An aatortment well aelected, with all the noveltlee,
nri aVt HllllaMlavllV loW ItrlctU. '
Thi- itock Ls fresh and desirable. And will b of.
fered at coat to c lotto the entire lot out br the lit
Auguit. when tola orancn oi my ouaineas win
100 West Fourth-street
18 THE PLACB FOR BABQAIN8. CALL EABLT
A R TH XJ1X
FRUIT CANS & JARS,
The best now la use, and aU
prepared for sealing. .
Trade Dopot for tbe West,
24 Bast Pearl-st., Cincinnati.
JOSEPH K. QUEEN, Aaent.
Bend for a Trade Circular. jv2-tf
Colo Sc Iloplcinjs,
FIFTH AND VINE.
French Organdies, reduoed to
16 2-3 oents.
Printed Bareges, . reduced to
Organdie Robes, reduoed.
Barege Robes," reduoed.
We have marked the above
goods at prioes to olose the en
tire Btook. - -r
Food for Invalids.
FRESH BERMUDA ARROW-ROOT!
Corn Htarch j , .
llurysa's Maisenai ' '
. . Knglluh Patent Iturley ' '
KurLI.1i Patout Urnals;
Istra rlne Pearl rJago i. '
Genuine Tapioca; ' ;
Just recoived. '
. SIUWAhD SCANLAN CO., Drusilsts,
ttortbast oorner JTeurth and Ualu-streeU
SOdossn SiHutoire Cod-llvor Oil j , . ,,
, oo aosen mine e iiou.iiv.r uu ;
bo dosen Burnet's Cod-Uver Oil I
JCliWARD 8CANLAN A CO.. Dra.al.ts.
tfurttt'east corner Kourtb and alam-elreeU.
JAVA COFPEB.-Ji;8T RECEIVED, 4
pockets extra fine old Java Codoe. ITor sal
whol.Mla aud nitall. bv
a. Mcdonald a Co.,
hi M and Branok 'Jl0 Wwit FoutuMt.
1 HU3X3I3EI- .
JUST BICBtTBD AT
CLUTCH & JACKSOFS,
FBOM TU LATB .
NEW YORK " AUCTIONS,
AT SO CKNtS 01 TH DOLLAR. ,
Organdie, Barege and Grenadine
RAVELING DRESS GOODS!
LACE MANTILLAS. ...
In nr and other desirable colon. . f
PLAIN, TLAtD and 8TBIPED NAINSOOKS;
" . " SWISS MUSLINS;
1 " JACONITl
BRILLIANTS. MBROIJjEBIES, Ac.
,Keal and Imitatiotf Xiaoes.
,000 DOZEN HOSIERY. FANS OT STKET
DKMUKll'TIOM. ' ,
SHEETINGS, CASE and BUIRT1N0 MUSLINS;
0,000 Shaker Hoodi
PRINTS of all tbe beet makes, together with
larse varletv of verv desirable !4ooS.. which will be
sola at onpreceaeniea low pricee.
CLUTCH & JACKSON..:
; 110 F1FTU-STKKET,
)el9-bw '. Between Vine and Baoe.
. . DEMOCRATIC
Breast-pins, Letter-stamps, Ac.
HAVE JUST BEADY
BEAUTIFUL MINIATURE PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS
IION. STEPHEN A, DOUGLAS.
Hon. A.'. LINCOLN
Hon. H. ILA.MLIN
Each one Is an accurate Likeness a perfect sun
ictura snosizaoi mt new coin.ae or earn.. las
on papsr, and well f ummed; ready for use, upon
i Envelops, totter or Not Paper.
Pnt an nttatlv tn bos., for Tlaalora. or In anvnlnm.
pjr forwardins ny mail. Price 92 per 100 by mail.
VWILL BE BEADY IN A FEW DATS, almlUr
fortraits ol , . '
Hon. JOHN BELL,
. Hon. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE,
And the various Candidates for Vice President. ,
Moore, Wilstaoh, Keys & Co.,
Fourth of July .
m A.STKVENS. WHOI.KSAT.KrONPEr.
e UONEK, ;l'0 Hain-st., Detwaon rfev.ntli and
.tKbtntSneplle. st whjleeale or retail, every descrlp-
(iou oi r i ivs. v iinno. ieze.1-
CINCINNATI GIFT BOOKSTORE!
iO. 01 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
.. (Carlisle Building, up italn.)
TIOOKS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OP
Mm r.itoratura: utbtea. Albums, ac kome in ele
gant bimlingH, auitable fur proenta all of which
will be aold at aa low prices aa ther can be obtained
elsewhere, and a sift to each nurchaaer Included.
Call and examine our atock, whether yon wish to
pun: n us or not.
iautiof uas lurniinea grans on application.
Broaders Sc Co,
FLAGS, CUTS AND BADGES
Clubs wishing to provide themselves with
Cuts of the Different Candidates
Caa be supplied at this establishment. We 'bavo
large auo small cuis ui
Suitable either for
All of which are furni.hed at krasoNabl priues.
aud of such a desoriptloh that they cauuot fail to
DAILY TIMES OFFICE,
je28-c-eod ' No. O'J West Thirdtreet.
to mim txx
PERSONS WHO WISH TO PURCHASE
FLAGS AT WHOLESALE,
Can ba supplied by ordering from us,
AT A .LIBERAL DISCOUNT.
Bead on ypar orders in time to tbe '
x JAIiY TIiMEH OFFICE,
J.D-4-eod . . No. 0-A West Third-strset.
PRESERVE AND BEAUTIF
Your Teeth I ,
TTHE HAZARD oV CAHWELt'H FOR WO-
U utAPi LA. a most uhucixus ioom-paMU.
it is uued br the loutiHts of New York. It con
tain no aold or auv thins injurious.
It beautinw, tlie tteth, nmkna them snowy white,
sweetens tue breaiu aua ueuu'ttiuos utwavria seure-
Ibju whicb destroy the teetn.
Pur it n in liAitf)H.niH hinWM imrm.
Hold by OKU. H. XIX0N, N. K. cor. Fifth and
Haiu, and by JAo. a. ubAoUWlC uu., o. K ri
IT 1L ....A I-l...,t.. Itr.1.. ....I
tun-d by CASWK'LL, MA (Jit k CO., New I'.nki
aua newpor. n. a. - jeu-oweoq
BOSTON SKIRT FACTORY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Superior Shirts Made to Order,
sTfRNTLfiMGN WHO ARK PART1TTT,
"A j" bAum .n ui mint appvarauou oi lueir ctuiru.
and d!1 irons ot having tbitee liiat wilt set well and
liifk nat, are tnTitod to leave tbeir orders at KEif
NICH'H. where tliuv uan deaeud uuou btiuK suiUtd.
None but the bet goods we iieed, aud tbMruugh
woia guanuevu. , .
L. A. KEFFNBa, Aent,
Korta east corner S'lfth and ViuenitreetSi -JeM-oui
Over Cole A Hopkins, Ua., 0,
ETA HOT ET A flO T
Xonrtli of Jvili!
Wl HAVK NOW ON HAND A LA 11 R
and eomplete aseortment of
FLAGS OF ALrL SIZES !r
Oottn np In th bmt ttfU, aid on cood m1lal,
Prmom InteodtDg to take part lu the celobrtluo
ANNIVERSARY of our I
Wilt do well to slve ne a call, and make their sleo-
lections rrom our sioca. i (
WI HAVE ALSO A BUPPLT OF i
Flags with the Names oftheStajcs -
Prlntod ona on each flair a baatlful mbten1ftr
jrrooeiwioui. c. I '
Shields! Shields! Shiel
We call attention, llkewlae, to onr larp tfjrt
ment of HIIIKIsDS, printed on paper or ma Hi an.
may be detiirod. TUtt la an appropriate dwvlcJoc
general decoration. I
HEAD OF WASHINGTON
Our Picture! of the HmiI of Waahlnvton are 1
ventallr admired, and form beautiful featun
jVocorationt. frooeHiona. o. Auo, ono I
Which can ba need tor Banntra, Tranaparencla
tl O 1Q uuariug lUWW
AT TEST REASONABLE PRICEdl
And InTlta ttaoaa wiabiog to InTeat, to call at frfr-
T.4TT.V TTlwria 4.imnTii7i !
No. 02 Wert Third-street
HAZARD & CASWELL'S
PURE LIGHT STRAW-COLORED ' ..
TROF. 11A YKH, HE EMINENT STAT
AL Asssyer and Chemist of sfassachusette, says
of It : It la the bent of foraivn or doniostlo orlaln."
Fror. Parker, editor of the American Medical -
juoniuir. sars navs inra every oiuer maauiao.
turer's Oil, and give this tbe decided preference. It
ta aw.,., . . H mtnBu.n.
Manufactured br UASWELL, MACK ft CO.. New
Yora and Newport, U. 1. 1 and for sale by GEO. M.
DIXON, N. E. cor. Fifth and Main, and by JAMES
8. ULASGUK, 8. K. cor. Main and Fourth-sis., Cia
ciunatl, Ohio. jel7-bweod
jeaa-oeod , f
AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY. 5
A COUNTRY SEAT,
Completa la all respects, and ! perfect kssjir"
-ff 8ATJ7RDAY,JUI,Y r, AT FITE j
J o'clock P. M.. we will mIL on the vround. thai L
delifhtful Residenos, situated In the must agreeable)
part of Avoudale, only two miles from corporation
line, built and hitherto occupied by W. K. Nixon,
L-u.. The abounds aompritie nearly three acre, and
are leaaautly roliiiif. They are shaded by fine
foreHt-trees of nearly twenty dilTereut varieties, and
are well laid ont and improved with walks aud drives.
ma won piamea wun oruaiueuuti euunoery ana
rruit-treea of the most anoroTed kinds. The Hnun
Is nearly news of the Italian villa style of arch i tec-
itiin, wuits v sisni-iiiaiiiiinjiTru (ivuoi nisrts vusucuv ,
joints, and all the walls furred, so as to secure pr- 1
lect oryneita ana an equal temperature, it is also
lighted with cool-fas, made on the premises at a
mere nominal cost, and la finished thronjrhout tn tua
Tery best manner. A reservoir in the tower or bel-
idera coiinecta wun tne oam-room ana lower
portions of the dwelling. The out-buildings consist
a siame, stone gas-nnuse. c.
a ii uo wpiiui win tinvor, viswrua. vuiu m nil uuuw
and stable, and a stream through the back part of
f rouuus, giving u ampie anu never-iamug
y of water.
urms One-third down: balance in one and two
yearn, o per cent, iniereec. roubennion immeai(eiyv
tjyl-awj COUPKB k STOKES.
S savk litis uai ucintf v 13.1. s inn
J.1. Buildluf of the Bank of the Ohio Valley, 1
NO. OS WEST THIRD-ST. (
Between Walnut and Vine.
They continue to represent the following well
known aud reliable companies, vis i n .
Home Ine. Co. of Now York ..........(l.uoo.isn
Continental Ins. Co. or New York...... eoo.isn
Niagara Klre Ins. Co of New York 300,00a
North Amor. Fire Ins. Co. or New York.... agouti
Bnourlty Fire lus. Co. or New York Hio.uoO
West Mass. Fire Ins. Co. of New York lai.mu
Merchsnts' Fire Ins. Oo. of Mew York....... Uuo.uou
New York Life Ins. Co. or New York 1,M71S oi
Charter Oak Life Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Conn. - MT.8TS S
SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN.
Vt7oaBt Ma WUnosl'si
T KrtH IMPLICATION THAN ANV
li other oftered, does throe or four kinds of work
that no othor machine cau do, ,
At the Low Prloe of Thirty Dollar. -
Caa be had at 146 WALNl'T-ST.,
Four doors below Fourtu-et.
Those who wish to buy. please call before purchas.
Ing elsewhere. M. B. HYBOLT A FlSitl.il. .
- Url-ayl 1
DEAD SHOT ON MOTHS.
Now is TH
your Furs aud
IB TIME Tf raE'ERTEa
1 Woolen Good, from ttiMe " vai
br A. V. hOHKAM CO.,
mints." For sale
Ml f ublio Lsndlpg.
Fnns I . Fans !
THR I.AHOKHT VARIETY IN THS
city, sua ai very low prioua. ' . ,
A Great Variety of Parla Novelties.
j. La BorrriLMKR broh..
90 Weat Fourth-street.
THE OI7TOAI.T ELASTIC METALLtO
UOOFINU is offoreeTto the public a. thsXeat ul
cue. peat Metal Roof now used, Its arertts having been
te.tofl by au eiparlenoe of ysrs In this oity and vl
No soldat- used fastened securely without as.
po.ure to the action of the elements.
rr.n.treq .ueeta, ooaea lor .nibntenl to any psrs of
the ITultod statee, can be applied by anyone with or
ajaary Bievaauieaieaiii- wruers promptly nueu.
Bf CALPWILLA CO.,