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1IENKY 11KKD At CO., - - aanoacumtMniMott. WBDNBHDAT.. JUNK WT Results of the First Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Congress hM adjourned, with rather more than the anal dlxrder and hasty legislation at the clow. Tha confasion li not yet suf ficiently elearad np to rareal all that it bat done and left undona, but enough it apparent to (bow that tha session haa been a failure. The same ruinous financial course that has condemned Mr. Buchanan's administration, has been continued under a Republican pi rality. The course of the opposition Would seem to hare been so plain that he that ran might read; either to limit appropriations to the income, or to insist tlmt addi tional means should precede additional appropriations. '' The first would bare been preferable. The expenditures of this goTernment can be reduced to its present revenue. The natural position of the op position In any goTernment is against increas ing the expenditures, and In favor of cutting down appropriations in every possible way. But the opposition in Congress helped to add about twenty millions to the requirements of tne secretary, wiinoui waning 10 see wuciucr their revenue measure would be passed, Their tariff-bill broke down from Its pro tective enormities; at the last moment tboy were compelled to submit to a twenty-million loan-bill, which only transfers tha same mnount of treasury-notes into permanent debt, and leaves the government unpro- vided with means to meet the extra appro priations, unless the Administration can hud some loop-bole by which it can-reissue the treasury-notes. The result is the same, a debt of twenty or thirty millions for the year, whether it is carried along in deficien cies or in treasury-notes. It could hardly have been worse with a clear Democratic ma jority in the House. The failure is worse than the previous Democratic financiering of of the same kind, because it indicates that Re publican ascendency will bring no relief) and because It grows out of the recklessness of expenditure which is the consequence of protective theories. No expenditure can be regarded extravagant when tux ation is held to be a blessing; and the rapid accumulation of publio debt only makes ultimate high duties inevitable, and high duties are protection to American industry: iu the language of the Chicago Platform, they "secure to the working man liberal wages, to agriculture remunerative prices, to mechanics and manufacturers an adequate reward for their skill, labor and en terprise, and to the nation commercial pros perity and independence." What a pleasing picture I and all within our reach, by only increasing the 'expenditures and adding the amount to the taxes I He who advocates economy in government expenditures, is the worst enemy of his country 1 Ha wants to ' deprive the working man of his wages,, and the country of its prosperity I None of the great measures of the session hare been carried. The Homettead Bill was compromised to meet the opposition of the Senate, and changed so as to give a pre-emption to heads of families on every alternate section of the public lands, at twenty-five cents an acre, and then was vetoed by Mr. Buchanan. The attitude of the Democratic party in Congress and the veto show that however much Ohio Democratic Conventions may resolve in favor of a Homestead Law, is not a Democratic measure, and can never pass except against almost a united South. It is plain enough that every additional in ducement offered to settlers in the Territories decreases the chances of the South in eom peting for their possession. Laboring emi' grants and small farms are hostile to slavery and as the South seem, erroneously, we think, . to regard extension as necessary to the preservation of slavery, opposition to. Homestead law is to them nothing but the . instinct of self-preservation. Kansas was refused admission - into the Union for no other reason than because she presented herself with a Constitution prohibit i ng slavery. It is said that madness is a fore runner of destruction. There could not have been much hope for the future of the Demo cratic party, when it deliberately determined to keep this fatal issue before the the people through another canvass, and to place itself in the position of refusing admission to .State which has now a greater population than two States of the Union, for no other reason than because it has exercised the right which all Democratic platforms concede, regulating its own domestic institutions. Inefficient as the Republican plurality the House has been, the Democratic party - both Houses have shown nothing but reck taumeo as to the condition of the country, seeming to regard themselves as relieved Irum responsibility, and the ruinous state public affairs as only increasing the burdens to be transferred to a, Republieau Admin istration. The Republicans have been judicious enough to aid them in this work benevolence, and between the two stools country haa been allowed to come to around. --'' Fitzpatrick's Resignation. It is announced in the Enquirer that Fitz patrick having declined the nomination Vice-President on the Douglas ticket, schel V. Johnson, of Georgia; was "unani mously nominated" in his place. This done at Washington en Monday. How could be unanimously nominated at Wash- ington, at a time when most of the delegates to the Convention had probably reached booom of their families, is explained by qualifying statement that it was done at unanimous instance of southern Delegates, As the number of the Southern Delegates not multitudinous at the close of the Haiti more Convention, they might easily be unanl raous. It seems that it wit uot thought essary to consult the Northern Delegates, although they formed a considerable portion of those who were "in at the death." However, it will not do to be particular these days of splits. If half A Convention can do a thing, why act any appreciable fraction T It is but little matter how thing was dona, if It were well done. Doug las and Fitspatrick constituted a national ticket, one of them representing squatter sovereignty and the other the slave code, both standing oa the Cincinnati Platform What could he better calculated to quiet tioual strife, than to eombine both rn national ticket T ., , ,, t . This was the sentiment of the Convention; bat, unfortunately, Mr. FlUpet rick declined the honor thrust upon him, tho national character of the ticket has destroyed,' by putting ; Mother ' squatter .1.1?':; ."',. .11 j ...... - - :r xta sorerthysty nasi en tb ticket", least the Knqvirer says he is so, and that Is proof a little stronger than holy writ. It seems to us that the intent of the Convention baa been subverted, and, Instead of a national ticket, comDrisinff both sides of the auestlon. a sec tional, one-sided Issue has been substituted. Wi regret to see, so early In the campaign, such a melancholy expression on Mr. Doug las's countenance, as is given In the portraits carried In processions In this city. Such a picture of despair is depressing. We have seen nothing so, expressive of misery since the Comopolitan Art Union Magannt, a pub lication intended to elevate the national taste for high art, published its picture of the American Eagle watching over tho spirit of Washington. Such a bilious countenance was never seen on an eagle, outside or high art Something should be done for those portraits. We would suggest also that "Hail Colum bia" is a very melancholy tune for political processions. A band-wagon, draped with Douglas portraits, like that which attempted to raise spirits yesterday for the ratification, and playing "Hail Columbia," appears more like going to bury Douglas, than to praise him. The present condition of Democracy Is rait artnmrh withnnt aurh anrines. We .would ,ug(?est thftt onr national anthem," which we borrowed rrom the Dutch, be assigned I exclusively for dirges and executions, and something cheerful, like "The Low Back Car," or "Jonny has gone for a Soldier, be substituted for patriotic and political occasions. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH Three Days Later from Europe. ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPA. Halifax. June 26. The Royal Mail Steam ship i'uropa, with advices from Liverpool via Queenston) on the 17th inst., arrived here to-mgnt. The Edinburg arrived out on the 15th, and the rerna on tne ltitn. There is nothing important from Sicily The royal troops continued to leave. A Royal Conference was to take place at Baden on the day the Kuropa sailed. Napoleon 1 . 1 11 f r t :.. 1 1 ; i .1 anu me rriuue ui rruasia, uuu urnveu .uero. Several German Sovereigns would join the Conference. The annexation of Savoy to France was fully consummated on the 14th inst. The Great Eastern would positively sail on the ltjta inst. Ourihaldi was actively eupiured in orpaniz. intr his reserve forces, and it was expected he would not make any new movements for some ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPA. THE LATEST. it ; a a of in in of In of A dispatch from Palermo dated the 11th inst., says that the embarkation of the Royal troops continued, ana tne town is still bar, ricaded. The statement that tne- Neopolitan squad' ron had seized two ships conveying volun . i . . : ' i l . .1. - leers tutu uuib iu oiuiiy, sun iotas uuu nrmation. The Neapolitan Envoy to Paris returned to Naples without visiting London, under the conviction that his mission would be useless. The Royal Conference to be held at Baden had attracted considerable attention. The Prince Regent of Prussia arrived there on the 14th inst. and the Emperor Napoleon on the following day. It was reported that the Kings ot saxony, Hanover, Havana and Wurtemburir. and other German Princes. would join the Conference. Various were the speculations as to the cause and effect the meeting, but nothing authentic was known concerning it. Great Britain The proceedings of Parlia ment are unimportant. Explanations were given m both Houses or the outbreak New Zealand, confirmatory of the news paper accounts, it was reported that tne 12,000,000 recommended for fortifications by the Defense Commissioners, will be raised by means of annuities terminable in twenty-five years, and that tho works will be forthwith commenced. G. P. R. James, the novelist, is dead. John foster k Co- private bankers Belston, had suspended. Liabilities mode rate. France. The annexation of Savoy and Nice to France was formally consummated on the 14th inst. The event was celebrated in Paris by a grand military review and ueum. M. Thouvenal was decorated with the Grand Cordon of the Legion of Honor the occasion. The monthly return of the Bank of France shows an increase of over 19-,000,000 francs. .The health of Prince Jerome had again become serious, causing much uneasiness nis relatives. The Palis Bourse was flat, at 68f.50c. rentes. Sardmta. The Sardinian Ministry had in troduced a project of a new loan of 16,000,000 francs. , Marshal Vallient was en route for France. ana was visiting v lctor ammanuei. Austria. I he Austrian Uabinet bad unan imously resolved to re-establish the Ministry of Commerce and Public Works. Ruttia. The new Russian loan of 8,000.- uuu at m per cent., was expected to oe in iroaucea in Lionaon or tne Banners. London, June 17. Admiral Mundy writes to tha Admiralty, from Palermo, dated June 3, that the scenes enacted there are most hor- riDie, a wnoie aistrici oi i,uuu yards lenirtu by 100 wide has been laid in ashes. Families have been burned alive with buildings in which they lived. The atroci ties oi tne royal troops have been frightful other parts of the country. Convent churches, and isolated edifices have' crushed oy shells, i.iuu ot wnicn were thrown into the city from the citadel, about 200 from the ships, beside grape, can- uiaier auu ivuuu.-tM.ui. Additional Overland Mail News. for Her was he the I'urniBlieu a dUpatch dirted Bun Francisco, ma olli inst., by telegraph to Vezulia, wbicb states that the regulars and volunteers under Hnji and Stewart attacked five hundred on the afternoon of the 2d, near Pyra mid Lake. The Indians were defeated the loss of seventy killed and several wound ed. The buttle was not decisive, and another was soon expected. The battle-irround where Major Urmsbv's party was defeated has been visited, and twenty bodies interred witn military minors. A company of tweuty live men is to start from Car eon Valley re-open tne rony axpress route. From New Orleans—Mexican News. was nec in i Niw Oeliakb. June 25. Several dwellings were burnt on Apollo-street Loss $15,000; mostly insured. The United States District Court has cided that the Mexican steamers are not ful Drizes. I ' ' The steamer Atuhn has arrived here, Brazos dates of the 20th last., and $M),O0O specie. Nine thousand liberals were concentrated at Quadalaiaro. Miramon, with six thousand men, was fjueretaro, and battle was expected to place near ueiega. Fire at New York. and one New You. June 26 The five-story build inn. No. 119 Fulton-street and 142 sireet, was almost entirely destroyed by this morning. It ' was occupied . by tt Oon clothiers, and Whiteborn Co., A- policeman was badly injured, several firemen narrowly escaped crushed by the falling of the wall. 126,000, j':.' ' Congressional Nomination. and been Lanoastm. O- Jan 26. The Republicans of the Kleventh Congressional District la Convention to-aar.' and nnontmousiv nominated Hon. - T. B. Hortort, of 'itl XXXVIth CONGRESS—EXTRA SESSION. WASHINGTON, June 26. SENATE. The Senate was called to order at noon to-day. The President's proclama tion concerning an extraordinary session was read, ; f Mr. Hale offered a resolution, to which Mr. Mason objected, fixing the daily hour of meeting at 10 o'clock. On motion of Mr. Bigler, k committee was appointed to wait on the President, and in form him that the Senate had assembled and was ready to receive any communication be may be pleased to make.' '!' Mr. Hale otiored a resolution mat tne rosi master Goneral be directed to ascertain, and report to the Senate at an early day next session, the number and names of all the postofficcs where letters were delivered by carriers, for the year ending; 30th of June, and the number of persons employed as car riers and tlieir respective compensations; siso the number and names of all postofHces where box rent is collected, the aggregate amount of rent thus collected, and the rnto per box charged at each office respect ively; also, wnelner any, and it so, wna extra charge is mado at the postoffice for dct positing in tne same dox letters ior more innu one person, and the maximum rate thus col lected for a single box; that It also be, ascer tained and reported wnetner tne practice ex ists at any postoffice In delivering letters to box holders prior in point of time to the dis tribution and delivery of letters to non-box holders, and whether the practice exists of neglecting to deliver letters to tne persons wnosecure uiey iro uirawu, uu it uwo, the cause of such nractice. Mr. Yulee objecting, tne resolution ues over. Mr. Mason offered a resolution, looking to the dispatch of business, which was adopted, reannointinor the old Standing: Committees; also that all business of an Executive charac ter be referred to them with a like power, as named heretofore. The Senate then proceeded to the con sideration of Executive business. Adjourned Arrival of the Sante Fe Mail. Indcpsndcnck. Mo.. June 26. The Santa Fe Mail, from Pawnee Fork, arrived to-day, The soldiers in pursuit of Indians from that post had not returned, and there was no news from tbem. No through mail has arrived here since the 7in inst. Affray at Harrodsburg, Ky. f L" T On 1 r-o.aa curred yesterday at the Poteet House, in Har rodsburg, in which ayoung man named Miller was snot tnrougn tne do ay Dy a ciera 01 me hotel, named Brown. Miller will probably die. Several shots were fired by other parties, but no further damage was done. The Steamer Ben Lewis. St. Louts, June 26. Several of the crew including Mr. McGinnis, the first engineer, of the ill-fated steamer Jim Lewie, arrived here this morninsj. The number lost is about twenty, including 'three who died of thei injuries. The Richmond Convention. Richmond. June 26. The Southern Con vention to-day declared Breckinridge and T.nnn thpir unanimous choice, adooted the Charleston majority platform and adjourned sins ate. The Great Eastern. Nsw York, June 269 . A. M. There are no signs 01 tne Ureal JSaetern up to mis Dour. MARRIED. T If !K WILSON On tha 34th Inlt . hr tha R" B. V. ft'OHtor, at tho rvsiilunce of the bride's father, Wm. 11. Ticc, of ciiK'Miuati, u., to in im until u. daughter of Ilotart wileon, Emi., of RaynTill', Ind, DIED. TKI'AX -rOn tha Jfith itiHt.. at 9 o'oloMc A. M Knry btorm, inlant son of Kilmuod A.nU Lucre t nt. iruttx, agea a moaiaa aua ay. ROLOMON.-On th. 25th Inst.. MamUlone Soli mou, wife of 0. Holumon, In th41t your of nor age. M ITSHF.Y. On tho mom in of the 24th. with dv entory, Kuimie Llntliloy, only child of Dr. W. H. aud Uarrie l. uutHy, aou ia,t momus. ,i flAHULT.June 1'.. M. at A o'clock. Balll. Infant daughtttr of Geo. W. and Maggie ttarult. MAT1IEBS On Titefiday. June 2fi, at 11 o'clock A. M ,, Ueorga Mathert, sr., In the eeventy-nftli yrnrof taia ago. l uo lunurui win t "n 1 aunmmj muruiuH June 23, at 9 o'clock, from lili late re i deuce, Walnut Hills. Ilia friends and thoteof the family aro respectfully invitod to attend. Carriages will leave Kpply'n, un tho corner of Ninth and Hum-ete., at 6 o'clock A- M.t to convey thotie who wiuh to at tend. ' fch. Enquirer. SPECIAL NOTICES. Tt to Hi the in and Br3aCHANOB OF TflE! NOTICE TO S-ZU Fn&r. MAUN. XIK1 jnaeonlc Ira- tctruitv will ai'tieiiLble at the "TeniDle." on Third-itreet, TUiH Al' f EKNOON, at three o clock.' The Uruud LodKeoiUlao wl at fuuro'clock P. M. Dntcimlv. to lav t of the new edifice of the Cincinnati Orphan Aiylunt, on iuount Auuurn. Br order of the' US W. Grand Master. ie37 JOHN U. . CALDWELL, Grand Sec. OFFic: 5K10AN KRS AND I. O. O. F. THE LjA. AO. liU. k. w. v ... win oe J held at the Hall, nn WEDNESDAYS EVEN1NU, June 17th, for the alec- tlon oi officer, ana payment oi uuea. jen-a , junn r.. kli.3, rer. C3ac y. ' 1 icnarge xiiuee.j -THE OFFICERS AND I. O. O. F, MKM K KH HIT H 1 AKK No. VtU, I. O. O. Wi, ar. hereby -cRWflTX- O. O. F -REGULAR A.iHUAi, meatlns of LUUiia no. l.m, l. u. M. are nereor -yjlf; lX notihed to attend the lemi-aniiualrar nu. V7tn met., rortne election oi uni corn and paymeut of dnea. j t1. . nm, Dieiibe, rer. oecretary. SEMI CINCINNATI LODOE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. ii--Vi. F., for th. eleotlon of offleer. and par- st: meat of due, will be hold on THI8 Xfh- . n euiieiMiujry t i Btxnt, vile it i u in... jcz7-a- ,4t;ii.njic.H, rer.sacy. (ATTENTION C, I.IOIIT ARTIL- l.r.lill. 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SPECTACLES ''t V3 will at tx- MY ASSORTMENT OF HPKCTACl.KH eomnriiiMi all of the lutHt ImDroveineats. meaiittre the focui of both yea, andarlect och leniei mm will eiartlv iult th coadltloD of the fticht. warrant them to give nmtlilacUoo. HENRY WARE, Optioian, No. 7 Woat fonrth-et., oppoalta the Blsh Steeple. KSTABLISHED IN 1H38. ' ' ' ' ' JeT-al' .' ' ' ' TVierveam. Edition . t - j JUST BEOEIVED. '.' ' ' Tli Life, Speeches and Public Services --OF -. ' " HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. PAMPHLET EDITION. PBICE 35 CT8. Till, edition of the Life of Linoola U publiihed New York, and la circulated iu preference to other I r the Republican Club, of tha Eaetaru Citia. For sale to Agent, at a lower yrioa than any edition. Voraalabr t. v GliO. I. BX.ANOBA.BD, jetf a ' 3 West Eonrth-treet. Ilti any will at El . will BFBOXAIi Master Commissioners' Sale STATE OK OHIO, HAIUII.TON tJIIUMTT, BS. l'ur.uaut to an order for eale, leaned the Hanilltou County Court of common neaa, to me dlrocteu, I will oner at rnniio sale in mo July i7, Ihm, at 10 o'clock, A. M., the fnUnwIng real e.tete, to-wit: All ttuiae certain.LoU ijanu in a riat oi a pan u iiiuou, m.. ten and eleven iu Mlllcreek Townehip, Hamilton County afnroeaid, aa laid out by Johu Buigoyue, lVo. aj Vol. Bin of hot. Appraltmunt- 1 1(3 by 1110 feet t . of bit NOON rnilK. 27th aud Po rt, or knnwn auiui. the IU- emluent effec tual relieved cure.. ocroi. vigor, 1(3 by 1110 feet ., Iivl by UW feel. ........ K by 1IM fei't. ..... IHi by 11M feet.... ....ias by uw fcet. ......... ...liu by HW feet...,,.. 1S3 by lull feet ..containing 3 Ul-100 acre. ..coiitaiuing 1 (17-100 acreeMHH. containing jlacre. ...contiiining 'i lll-fiio acre. ...conteluiiig I 37-lui eeroa. ...... 13 c jiitalulug 3 2A-IIW acre......... 14 contaluiug a I'i-liKi acree...m.... li..........oontaiiilng 4 oo-lnil acree 1ft contaliiiuc 8 IlI'llHIacrea. 17 containing .1 la-loo acre. Ill ......containing 1 ni-un aore...., JV.... .containing 4 is-nw acre., 3 4 S.... 7.... l.aio 1,410 1,0 2.IH8 1,11711 l,au6 l,ev To be enld ea the nninertv of John Buranvna. an. 1..J1U uaniiiiou uuuuo ui.nw irtiiriiMuai when'lu TliuCily Bank of Coliiuibiie ia plaiuUQ Johu Bursonio and other, are durendallt. J&. u. l ibbaN. Attorney lor ruuuiiir, ' T. B. JAXTON, Jeffaw Special Mawter Colnmlwiloper. now-noAT n.AOU AT THI BUOKEYB BOTJSB. TUKKK-aJIIaK HACK BETWEEN inanueo oy Um. tU "Ainnr.C'u Eaale," luauued bf MiitUi, llntx it iUail, J.tade, Ueorg Mutfhte Ch(trli Hal: and the "Ma. lon,"-initnued uy I hller, Tho. Uliadon. O. Umltb. 0. Branun and ulcerated u bp ana lUllaU, Will Oil QUntVA 1 fWt I, KlrOTV. The sronndi eui ba emLimI bv ilia lT.ithtret Onnlbu Llue. joie-aw WEST & WILSON'S PATENT. rriHR BRHT FAWfTJT WKWING JL CM INK Id th UnlU'd fiUlea: doeMDortula f which no other machine can do; toakr ctird,jMW wainm M.. vurea Cau ba lied i.nlv heic.w roiutli, oa. .1 ua iia.1 aid". luly 9)0 h m. s. ml NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. KM BOOKS FOR THE ' CAMPAIGN. LIFE AND SPEECHES OF DOUCH,A8. Life orntephen A. uouilae, u. o. nenaior rrom ii Unoia, wl'fi a IS n Important BDonrheaand B- Tiiru, ny a memoer oi sue woeMirn r. v.im. Mo. Cloth. Prloe il.-.-. ee - Life of Stephen a. douglas. Life of Stephen A. Donlae.,"rlr . W.Hhaahaa. Bdltor of the (Jluceno Tlmee. With a mrtrait. in one volume, ficio paaee, IZmo., Muelln.. 1. LINCOLN AND DOUGLAS'S DEBATES. Political Debatea between uon. Aeranam uinonin and Stei hen A. Ioiilee, In the celebrated Cam. aaiatiof IN. In Illlonle; Including the precedlns Bliuecheiuf earh t I ;. I. .!, HprlimneUI. SO. Aie-N nrlmi AAr. LIFE OF LINCOLN. Life and Public Serv Icoe of Abraham Lincoln. Br W. 1). nartlett, Waehlnaton Oorronpnndenl of the Sew York In dependent and JCrenlns Poat. . One vol. ISmo, cloth, f 1. ; cheap edition, unio, paper, a cent. SV Peeler enpplled upon the moat favorable termi, from whom orders are solicited. . ROBERT CLARES & CO., je27-a 1 gaWaatTonrth.lt, Oloa.lxt.t5 Out ladies and children's underwear IMPORTANT TO UDIES ! BtOOk SELLING- OFF AT COST, To cloaa thla Branch, vii : ' EMBROIDERIES! Oonelatlnf ofCollara, Rleeree, Breakfaat dare, Plain and Embroidered Linen Handkerchief!, Lace Mitte, Hoeiery, sc., c. j tlte I oraitao , 'Plain and Trimmed C'hemlee. ; . Plain and Trimmed Drawera ; Plain and Trimmed Night Dream, Ac, Ac. Skirts, Corsets, Parasol and Shades. An ejMortment well .elected, with all tho noreltlel. and at unneualiy low pricoe. Th i irnpii im lriMn tnn aeeirBoie. ana will we ui fered at ciwt to cloee the entire lot out by the let of Auauet. when tula Drancn OI my dubiucm win ue diecontlnued. , 100 West Fourth-street IS THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS. CALL EARLY. RICHARDSON. UeCT-foodl 1776. F0URTII0F JULY. 1860. FIRE WORKS, .'' ' ON ' CIT Y LOT, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 4, I860. By H. P. Diehl, Pyroteohnist. THIS EXHIBITION OF FIRM WORKS will be the grandoet reproeentation of the art Pyrotechnic ever wuneeeea in mi. city, iurms the evening, Artificial Bombshell will be thrown a great altitude, which, upon bunting, will be equal In brilliancy to one hundred of the largest rocket.. The memorable action between the Ooaefiattoaaad Oaerrutrewitl ue produced wltn tnrllllng enact. For deecrlptlon 01 piecee, eee progranunee. WEBEH'S CORNET BAND will bein attendance. Ticket, to eeata, SO cU.; entrancaon Eighth-etreet. Ticket, without eeate, Js5 oenUi antrauuaoa Plnm Jlreet. . je27-h I PRICES REDUCED. Cole $c Hopkins, FIFTH AND VINE. 1: I i ' ' ' ' 1 I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " French Organdies, reduoed 16 2-3 cents. Printed . Bareges, reduoed ' 20oents.. .. , t-.iUi-uv.tb : Organdie Robes,' reduced. Barege Robes, reduoed. ' ,', ': I I : " 1 In any other We have marked the above goods at prices to close the en tire stock. " . , ,, , s JeM-tf , . . . M m M . Firemen' Insurenoe Co? of CutolnnatL nirinpnillrn laia ' ' INCORPORATED ,183;f )ma tAriTAiMmmMwHiMftM' CabB fluPLV8, June 1. IMGO..,,, -tf..l.lTel)fH,. .$100,000 DIBR0T0R8 WOm'tMM.' ' "': " Tdmtind Dexter, Jacob Trabeif k J. P. Tweed;"1 Jainee Calhnun, P. WfUon, Ilolert Andrewe, Gliarlee N. Weat N. W. ThomM,'1 Brlggti Swift, J. D. Minor. Jno. Whntrttona. feUm. J. HM,' P. A. White, J. T. Warroua 7 iiewi Wilahlre. Thle Companr now oflort the most perfect security to Its policy -holder. In Its capital and surplus, character tor pruniptneM in pur lug liwuee. IT HAS KO AOCIES ABKOAD..t '' : It omtnentUt itself to the clttsene of Cincinnati being a Howb Com pan r;.what proMre it tnakee to aud circulate in Cinclunati, and do But ma to fill the Conors orcapiuuisU iu jLtvstora citioa. I from ana ro. de scribed of vis: io on a.i uu i en o no w no 'AMI OQ 00 WI w do oo MM (10 UI oa 00 oo 00 Vii) 00 DO Merchanta. Mauufactarere and Muchaulce Vuildiug. aud btock to inaure, wilt pleee. give call. , . ,'- . . ui " OMca In Company', bntldtng, north-ea.t corner Front and Maia-atreeto, aecond atory, entrance rront-atreet. i H. K. 8PKNCKB, Prea't. 8. M. CAltTER, Sec'y. . N Tt. PerNtinediMlnnirtofnarlrh III a mnp pauy, without regard tu 80lvbncy, and who one oflice about aa good aa,uotlier, need cm jwi'uw , ,. G- H XI A. IP " BARGAINS; CLOSING SALE OF THE SEASON. s. ii. blong; No. 106 West". Fourth-street, Will offer front ana after this data, the eutlr. .of mado-up (V rvlillinery Bonnets, ' " NOW ONHAMf.if !.; ,'. At 50 per Cent. Below the Usual jeas-c v 1 i: ' '' M. li. BI.ONfi. FIREWORKS! Fourth Fourth Fourth of July..' of July,: of July. Incaae rtvmm. aad :,, , i Doe. Flrgworks. Fireworks. , , Firework. J A. HTKVENH, WHOLESALE CONFECe TIOMKK. !10 Halu-it.. between Seven ill Eurhth. .ueDliee ut wholeaale oa reaall. averv I noun iin.nuiiftii. .,, , , . je4e-i- VlRI-lTOl, CUT OARD.-A'VINE MM CLlfi for Printing pui p-.iea, from No. 1 to Henry au IM H liu'.liiMlve. Just rtwelTcH nn Tor tvle bv t HLXOH, OUATirilfil 1 WOODS, Je2a , 97 ad WaltaA-tre4i 1HA- wovk. i J uoon rtflLiiv KJ CXIVINU RBP INK.8.- a liArgiti suDDl able for Poster and Flu Fri ' Je36 WK ARM NAW artfti supply of Colore4 Ink, .0 FrintlfisT- N1X0M, OHATriKl70 WOODS, 97 and Yd Walnnt-etreat, caelu AlUop't Al. retail, by . , jeJ JliHT RBCEfTED, '5,ir.X"a."i,5rw S6 and Branch !M0 We Fourth-atv viruiTR winb HNOA.jreT TT CKIVEP.S brl. eupeilor WaiU Wine le. wholeeale and retail, k. . A. Mi'IKlNAi.1) CO Ja4iawhll W-iortrtI,-,,,'! gr, Tor Mile, wholeeale and retail, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TYI?T.A"NTs Mr " OSSAGIE J! 771 77i.JhJ- ! West Fourtli-4., . 1 T ,i ,,i '(JHi,T,ju,trecelTed, ...ft. , liAROB INVOICES "OF ' Seasonable Goods. ' ' tWWlHt AT . i i 25 PER CENT. LOSS 1 TO THH IMPOBTEtli . Which titer wllrofler at axtremelr i i LOW FtlXOBS, " A8 FOLLOWS: , ,. I .1 tll i1 1.""1 ' i i?i.vir hitxs:, .1-, .-i o AT .3rX tBNTS. 'l . fouLAIID ; SILItO, AT 3TX CENTS i SUPERIOR BLACK SILKS, VERY LOW. I Dl t I 1 of to A LARGE ASSORTMENT 0 AT ia,' CENTS PER YARD. ,'" Five and Seven-Flounoed BAREGE ROBES, ORGANDIE ROBES, ,' ! ' Xj c. o e 3VI .n.tlll Im, LACE POINTS, (. . I VERY;CllEAf.. ! ' Ore fit HBarg-aiiis! Ia LINEN SHEETINGS, IRISH LINENS, BAM- AHKe, DII UIMiHKKMi'lHU UUUUQ , , Generally. : 10-4 FINE LINEN B11KETINO at 75c . . ! A auperlor Aeeortment of BLACK LACE POINTS and MANTILLAS, WHITE BARKUE MAN TILLAS, FANS, Ac, for Opera Uee. ' LADIES' AND MISSES' HOOF SKIRTSI DELAND & GOSSAGE, NO. 11 WEST FOURTn-STREET. IJ17-lfl I of It I rrur. raraer, eauor oi ! i ; I to , to , HAZARD & CASWELL'S PURE LIGHT STRXW-COLORED ' Cod-liyer Oil I . PROF. HAYEK, THE EMINENT STATE isaiiVHr uml lUinniiut nt MjuiKkinhiiHettS. BlaVH fae- and alTe thi. the decided preference. U eweet aad pleaeant." , , ' ' . Manuhotiired bv OASWELL. MACK ft CO., Mew York una Neurnort. It 1 ! anil for ..In bv (iRO. DIXON, N. E. cor. Fifth and Main, and by JAMES 8. OLASUUK, B. K. cor. stain ana ronrtn-eu., uin- clunatl, onio. jeu-uwaoa PRESERVE AND BEAUTIFY Your Teeth I " 1 Vf HE HAZARD cV CASWELL'S FOUMO- mj DKN l A. a moat dellclona Tooth-pante. 1 U DENI'A, a moat delicicma Tooth-pante. It la lued b the Dentist, of Mew York. It tatne no ax'ld or anr tliiiiginiurioua.,-;') . It beautinee the teeth, mukes them .nowv WDlta. eweeteo. the breath aud aeutrallsea the aclll fecrer none winon aeeiroy nir lew, n. ,r Bold by OKU, M. DIXON, N. M. cor. Tift h Ml... and bv .IAS. 8. til.AR(K A CO.. H. K. Fourth and Main. Cinrlnnati. Ohio, and 'manufac. tured br CASWELL, MACK A CO., New York, aud Newport, B. 1. - "' ' je!7-bweod CINCINNATI GIFT BOOKSTORE NO. SI WEST FOURTH-STREET, (CarlUla Building, up rtatr..) I i i ..I HOOKS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT i mm ijiieraiiire : wiiin-e, aiouum,.xo., eimo iu I R.n binding .uiubie tin- praeenu-ati or which ; I will ba'ld at aa low price, ae they can be obtained ' aud '! In tmioua having tM a of on oam. think liardly.l ( .lock ' Price. ! aiaiMiiiAr svitd a a ft bi Dumhftjer i . included. unii ana examiaa our etoc, whvluw iwu wihi IjIkveHiuausw.iiuuwawMciBVwi. piivsvu.. 33ronclrs Ac Cq. b,'! ."J ""-itjell-amaod'J l : jFaixs'! ''Infills ! TIIR I.AH6EHT VARIETY W , eity. aud at very low prices. ' : ,..; .... -Airv-i- M.m -i '-.' i A Great Vtriety of Parle Novel tie." J. LK BOrTII.MKB BKOB., Jel9-bwf - 30 WM y'""'ln"tr,,t- OHIO. WHITE SLLPULR SPRIXGS! OPEN TO VISITORS SEEKING HEALtH OR PLEASURE, FROM JDNB TO OCTOBER.' IT lirKETK Vim THE. H 'tie Miami Kai M.V ear Utile M anil kallroail anirClncinuatl. HaniTlton and Ilavtou riallroad. at Till A. M.. Bprlnglleld to White Huliihur ntultou. 1 ICKHie ior lue ivuuiiu . i ip, oit, i"it aii.iiv A. M. ana Ballroad, at TlIlO and 10 .14 1 rtllllMUi S lTF stiiu 1 V ra. ui . caii a . ,.r Oincintiatl, liamiltou aud Dayton Builroad, iHO A, M.t via Oolumhu. to Lewie CeuUi. 1 or roonw or oiuur iniurniaiion. auurnw , "eid-tr ' A. WILSON, JK, White Hulphar Poatottce,- . .., Delaware Uiuwty,Ohui,, and deeorla. AHTI Mo. 6 THE YELLOW SPRIXGS HOUSE! VtfiU ftff irn T.V HKPT HY flOI.a Mil. jV u uowopeu lr the recttpUon uS jmeUt -i'1 j LATE OY PU1LADKLPHIA. PA. entire iw.ufacflyu to ul who aii Thepreaenl proprietor will tpara uo paine ttv i luii w uu wuo nitty lavor niia lie I determined tp keep a TTV. auU- ' Ihulr Mtronemu. ctae lMn iu every mepoot, aud, by oharge ana unci auemion to tb oomlaan m g to merit a liberal hereof pnblle patronage. rf-NTABLK'f4 HAIdE.-BY YIRTUI5 satl KaecutloB to wo directtvd, I will all bxt vtipAl, i ne Tin day IS nt Via. m nt Jtili 21., in the Mieuil tnjial.at th. Klinlreel i Inllewlng good, and chattel to-wlt; The mi. 1 will ami , lM,atUn h. aill.wlng gooil. and chat oat Uolouel ilanna.. her aaen under the Water-craft a, sojieaa. at. her apparel and uv, at I IU .lutof jr .. . JOMKPH DltRBaLfc, OonatabUu. CANTON GINOKR-JBiT KEOKtVEn. . , I tv Lu I'aaee UauWB liiug.r. tot aU, .. I ,nd retail, hy A. MrDONALB 4 IO.. ,ei M gad SrMicS VrM foiiUnl. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS DRESS GOODS! t J8RT MCK1TBD AT CtUTCIF&MCKSON'S, lUO Piflh-strcol, ' -'I '!'Ft)M THK LATl NEW YORK s AUCTIONS, I . l ean nw rna nof.t.AH. iluw v""'- Organdie,' Barege and Grenadine ROBES! ii I Ti i I ; Organdies, m 'p '.j ' 1 1 Barege Anglais, VJ"1 vy uipuawueo) . Printed Jaconets, Jtt wilt), Bareges, ' AND TRAVELING DRESS GOODS! LACEMMTILLAS. . In f rT tvnd othwr dostnble oolort. WHITE GOODS! PLAIN, PLAID and STRIPED SAINSOOES; . !. SWISS MUSLINS) . ." , , "... " '.""! JAOONETl BRILLIANTS, EMBROIDERIES, Ac. Real and Imitation Laces. 1,0 DOZEN HOSIERY. FANS OF EVERT ' ; . Dfiouiw rutin. w :..., DOMKHTICH. SHEETINGS, CASE and SHIRTING MUSLINS; " ." LINENS. 0,000 ll.lsLr Iloodai PRINTS of all tha beet tnakea, together with a large variety of rery deferable Good., which will ba tola at nnpraoedenud low price... ' CLUTCH & JACKSON, 110 FIFTH-STREET, ' jela.bw Between Vine and Race. GROVER & BAKER'S , ! JU 1 M. 1 iimm, -FOB Family and Plantation Sewln I. li: VERY FllTTEllKdl mine, na eon. i an 4 cor. 1 I OF I I ' m.n... in erlil-h nur Machine. haTe beea ti oeired by tha public, reanltlug la tha aal. of up- i warn oi j ' VortylTxAOVtSMatECl, 1 We are led to beliere that our endearor. to mennfe-. tnre a reliable Machine bar been appreciated. We take thi. opportunity to remark that thi. policy will remain unchanged, and that every Machine eold 4y ui v. .ball not heeltate to warrant In erery reepect. Tlie Grover A Baker Family Machine ha. oue ad. vantage which I. worthy of apeclal attention, In d dltion to th. beauty, atrength and elasticity of t)ie tltah, and that b). It. adapUtion to either Z.if hte VXeaitun or Heavy rbric, Rendering It. for Family Work, superior to any other Machine in tha market. .... Machine, of .very pattanr TOnf tantly on axhlbl. tlon, for the convenience of purchaeer.. Young La dle., experienced in the nae of them, and courteona in ineir mannara, ar. coneaij oa nana vo reoe.ee lady vuHtors i)r purchaaer. , . , . I , ' , f" ; TalE i SEND FOB A CIRCULAR. aHOVKB Sc DAKK II , SoLIVT SEWING MACHINE 00 ' ' 68 WEST FOURTH-STREET jesn-tfj . The Great Western Patent Combined. xnrTJfiTTnHT-ITinK i 1 600KING; STOVE SI rrx.,.""; a."' ..1,4 fci- i ft ' i' ' run lb. noiAruiuK tkua srivtiu uuumi aud aolliiig water fr wnnfa or bth tuonia m lurira lallimi) MJ m ttlllfa nrT ii jeir-W 1 1 UHR WOOD OR COAL-THgnnHT BtOTe ever lnrented for teamboate, liotoli, reMtttu- ti, boaruiuff ana arivaie qoum um iurctKinv in si KDftrtinf I.INUUB, Manufrvcturwr, luactiUiM. in any aU . n a it , , , W-u-e-rooaie !-2-i Waiuul-et., - rr1 TT NEW YORK AUCTION GOODS, ' M Reduoed Prloea. 5 CPJGLER'S SECOND PURCUASE. MP. CRIOIBR, H. W. CORNER OF Per) aud HyoABiora-Htiei him juit rutaruvd from New York with an entire new utock, purctuweti aa at exceed mglr cheap price, end for wle elivap, wnoieeaie ana retail, iu a"or.iiitm. win found TRIP. via , ' at CAftFBTS OK VABIOCB 8TVLB8 BLACK AND VANOV BILKH, pi ( DA HBO K AND BARHOE R0BK8,' LAWNB AND BttiLLlANTSj Brilliant end Barege, worth 83 cent a yard, wilr aoid ar ivoeaui. aim. a larae ioioi ntwierr ii'b. 1 I iAi.r pk The Who taut aeet. bargain .J.u- aa Wholeaale Trad. U miueeted to call, if the; , M T- UltlULiSII, aar. Pearl and ttycaniore. 1.14. uudr klve wnn flmt ntodnate ntmtm. Ji'2-tf OF on iDAf.'S; PECKOVtB 4 CO. )'' ,", Mae removed the BJ-roo biHbo t ALLIGATOR COAL COOKIMJ llm&1 . ' Fraaa Ko. H.1.1 rowrth. to their new atora. V 8, Wj flOf Kit QV ytPTl AND KX.IlX i . II Wlrdert no received at our nev .- I'' FOUNDER Yf Bruise 1 Caual- 1 on o'rhiek 1 I Vvionr oi Front aud Uatal-av., or at our j - fixture.. 1 .' half aa g.g. tranea, leie BDXts V. iTHTKa inn and varwr druuu Fig., 10 half and .Ighiu whulaeaj AAltllN A. OliLTKU. -- itltraedflal Mie-et - '.1 Jo ajf atOJfi-.ttouerliaitlcl'j ft r lauiily uee. .