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THEJLYJPRS. umM amd raoratswas. SATURDAY....- ..JUNK 30 Post Mortem. ,, Varlorts pcnoni and factions Are charged with th guilt ef breaking down the Demo cratic party. ' PerbapaCnffee is the person at whom the gory locks of the concern can most, justly be shaken. Doubtless he aits, like a sweet little cherub, np aloft grinning orer the ruins be has made. But the imme diaU cause of the dissolution was UteCoa rention system. That is an excellent system for playing the game of heads I win, tails you lose. It works well when the right hand has hold of the crank, and it must be admitted that modern Improvements have been introduced from time to time, such as the two-thirds rule, (we believe they got it up to four-fifths at the last turn,) to keep the instrument in proper tune. In the course of its life it has given us that little fallen Democratic angel Van Buren, the original squatter sovereign Cass, w hose" fate is ominous to squatter sovereigns, and that galaxy of gems of of purest ray serene Polk, Pierce and Buchanan. One of these is dead but it is bard to tell which. AU are equally of blessed memory among the people. .These fruits some of them over-ripe of the Con vention system, have endeared it to the Dem ocratic party. AU these it survived, there fore the system was naturally looked upon as one of the eternal principles of the party: perhaps we might say the eternal principle, as numeration has recently but a limited scope in Democratic principles. But when the time came that one side of the party would nominate the candidate, and the other side had to do the electing, and especially when the eternal fitness of things became so misfitted that the party North would have the nomination, and the party South must elect it; then it was time for the final disso lution of things, and it came. Perhaps the system might have been saved if an equitable way had been mode for giving sound Democratic States the control of the nomination, by modifying the two-thirds role so as to require a vote of two-thirds of the reliable Democratic States to constitute the nomination. This was proposed by the Charleston Mercury and some other conserva tive Democratic papers, some time ago. But it 'was not demanded at the Convention, probably because, as the reliable Democratic States were Southern, the South felt a natu ral delicacy in asking for a rule which would result so directly in their favor. This may be very creditable to their heads and hearts, but delicacy should not be allowed to inter? fere with the safety of the country. " Duty before decency," as the boatswain observed to the ship's boy when he stopped to put on his trowsers after he was called. Whether the party can exist without Na tional Conventions, is a question to be asked. Its existence began with them, and submis sion to their action has always been regarded as the cardinal principle of the party. If the system is really defunct, it should be pre served as a sacred relic j and its past virtues Van Buren, Cass, Polk, Pierce, and Buch anan, should be enshrined with it. It is no matter how soon, nor which one is niched first. They are all equally ripe. But, amid the wreck of parties and crush of conventions, it is consoling to see all the candidates turning to rroviaence lor aiu. Mr. Douglas, when called out to respond to the nomination, put his case in the hands of Divine Providence. When Todd, at the Con vention, announced the nomination of Doug las, he devoutlv ssid: "May God in His in finite mercy protect biin and the Union he represents." The other candidates have all submitted their claims to Providence, and as the whole case has thus been appealed to hither tribunal, we can see no use for agi tating, it here, and we shall look upon those as lacking faith who attempt to forestall the decision of Providence by electioneering ma chinery. The Favorite Heavily Handicapped. ' The organs of public opinion are pleased to give liberal praise to John Sherman, and to predict great things of his future career. Mr. Sherman has the elements for a successful political career, and the position accorded to him in the House was flattering to him; but the policy of which bis position made him the leader, can not be called a success, even by his friends. He permitted the same scale of extravagance in appropriations to be continued, without securing any measures for revenue to meet the deficiency; while be ' permitted the new tariff bill to be manipu lated by Eastern manufacturers into a bill protective abominations, that would have been disastrous to the great interests of the country if it had become a law. In short, asChairman of the Committee of Ways and Means, who recognized as leader of the House, he per mitted a scale of appropriations that made deficiency inevitable, and he allowed feat ures to be put in the revenue bill that justi- tied the Democracy in defeating it. A tariff bill equitably adjusted solely with a view making up the deficiency in reveuue, would incidentally have furnished all the protection that any reasonable person could ask; cer tainly all that any party who expected nubility in such a measure would desire Such a bill would have furnished no obnox ious points for Democratic attack, and if would have made that party responsible running the government in debt in time ueace. The result of his first demonstration as leader is not a success, and if would be for a man who has . so promising a future, and whom the public are disposed to to favorably, to profit by this experience, to reflect whether it is wise to clog his career ' with protective theories which have brought a failnr on bis first essay at statesmanship. A rising man might is well put a mill-stone about his neck as load bis course with doctrinal, which are Utterly false in princi lIe, inconsistent with themselves, and wbic bave been thoroughly tried.before the peopli and totally defeated, as they always will w henever the issue is fctfrjy made.. Our Horse-Marine Victories. The United States -District Court, at Orleans, has pronounced the leisure of Mexican steamers under Marin, at Cms. illeimh ' Thus ' the Government ' been robbed of another great nawU victory, That, the laurel on which Mr. Buchanan . hoped to retire, are turned to thorn. Orey town, Paraguay, San Juaa and Vera Criu all our glorious victories come back to plague t the victors. .Now (be only way we can '' it right with Marin, will be to pension tamiiia of the killed and . wounded, repair his vessels, and place trim and Miramon Vera Oru In their itatu pus onto piratical KUvas, ; -. ; , . - rf !, Gaulden on Popular Sovereignty. a besetting infirmity of politicians their tendency to expedients for immediate success, overlooking great fundamental prin ciples, on which only permanent sarcess can be founded. Such is not the infirmity of Mr. Oaulden, the leader of the Georgia Doug las delegation in the Baltimore Convention. Gaulden made a speech at that Convention, defining popular sovereignty as he under stood it, which excited much enthusiasm. We quote some of the' gems from Gaulden, premising (bat he first announced himself a pro-Slavery and an African slave-trade man, believing it to be the only nope -for out free institutions "I say that our friends in Georgia, who are crvinir out for nrotection to slavery in the Territories, are advocating a mere attrac tion, a thing that is not and can not be. They wnulri An much tatter If thev would demand protection from the General Government and have a line of notice established alonir the border of the slave States to catch nnd hang the thieving Abolitionists who are stealing our nictrers. f Laughter and applause. 1 This is a means of protection. Why? Because it is practical. Renewed laughter and ap plause. Gaulden is a firm non-interventionist in the Territories, bnt he comes out so strong for Congressional protection In the States, that his territorial heresy might almost be forgiven. It is a relief to find that the pop ular sovereignty heresy is limited entirely to the Territories, where we have faith enough in Providence to believe that the Supreme Court will soon crush it out. But we return to Gaulden: "Here Is mv old native State of Vireinia the slave-trading and slave-breeding State of Virginia. (.Laugnter. "Dcleeate from Virginia I call the gen tleman to order. He casts an imputation upon Virginia by calling her toe "slave-nreea-lug State of Virginia." We suspect that delegate from Virginia was some Abolitionist in disguise. He affects to regard tho most suitable and profitable employment of the chivalry as ah imputation on the State; very' likely he regards the an nual export of twenty thousand negroes from Virginia as her shame. A mild Virginia argument of tar and feathers might hare brought that delegate to reason. But, to this, thus Gaulden: "Mr. Gaulden Well, I will say the slave- breedinir State of Georeria, then. I irlorv in beingaslave-breeder myself. Loud laughter. I will face the music myself, and I have cot as many negroes as any man from the State of Virginia. And as I invited the gentlemen nf this Convention at Charleston to visit my plantation, I will say again that, if they will come to see me, I will show them as fine a lot of negroes, and the pure African, too, as they can find any where. And I will show them as handsome a set of little children there as can be seen laughter, nnd any quantity of tiiem, too. iiiencwea laugnter.j Ana i wisn that V'irginia may be as good a slave-trading and slave-breeding State as Georgia; and iu saying that I do not mean to be disrespectful to Virginia, but I do not mean to dodge the question at all. That envions performance of the mother of the Gracchi was feeble, compared with the noble pride of Gaulden over his ebony jewels. Gaulden is taken by the spirit, and prophesies: "And now, while I am up, I want to put my veto upon one thing. f know that I am not croine to be apnlauded in what I say: but seed sown in good time will bring forth fruit; aud though you may say now that I am wrong, yet I think I shall live to see the day when the doctrines which I advocate to-night ill be the doctrines of Massachusetts and of the North, for Tmtli crushed toearth will rise again; The eternal year uf Uod are hurs; While orrur, wounded, writhes in paiu, Aud dies amid her worshipurs.' The poetical quotation is somewhat worn, but was never so aptly applied. But Gaulden is well grounded on a logical principle. He can not see why popular sover eignty should not be amphibious; why, if it is an eternal principle on land, it should die on the water. We are obliged to clip Gaul den, for he soars beyond our limits, but we will leave him in an impregnable position, and would like to see the popular sovereignty men dislodge him from it: "I say I go for non-intervention in the broad est sense of the term. I say that this whole thing should tie taKen out 01 tne nanas ot tne General Government. I say it is all wrong to be spending two or three millions of dol lars annually from our pockets, and sacrific ing thousands of lives upon the coast of Ainca in luai turnuie cuuic, iu iirevcui uur going there to get a few negroes. If it is right for us to go to Virginia and buy a negro and pay $2,000 for him, it is legally right for us to go to Africa, where we can get them for 50. Applause ana lauguterj Hera is the condition we are placed in, and you may as well come to your senses and face the music. Popular Sovereignty Administered by the Constituted Authorities. of is a It is expected that those favorable to the election of Breckinridge and Lane, and who would preserve the Union by maintaining the integrity of each and every department ofthe Government, will soon hold a ratifica tion meeting in this city, under the auspices ofthe Administration officers, which will show that the Democracy of Hamilton County have not all bowed the knee to the squatter sover eignty Baal. .We shall not be surprised if throws the Douglas efforts . entirely in the shade. The Ways of Municipal Repudiation. lost for of a well The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania met on the 27th, to act upon the writ of attach ment for contempt on the part of the author ities of Alleghany County and the City Council of Pittsburg for refusing to levy the tax to pay interest on the county and city railroad debt. Thirteen Councilmen an swered and were adj udged guilty of contempt and held in the sum of $1,000 to answer the tail term of the Court at Pittsburg. At tachments were issued for the other mem bers, and all the Conncilmen will be brought before the Supreme Court next fall Relief for St. Peter. these Telegraph present says: "During this week the Most Rev. Arch bishop sends $700 additional, 140, to Holy Father, by draft of Messrs. bussing uo, ol L,onaou. be New the Vera has make the be fore .pur A Just but Ukoallakt Dkinitios. Punch says: "A married philosopher, whose views resDflctiug nuraerv-inanagemeni, iasn- ions. domestic economy, and minor morals, bave long experienced a steady opposition, describes the reflective and analytical tellect as That divine faculty of reason which distinguishes man from woman. Thi Washimotom Cohstitoiiom im Afplic tiok. A Washinirton dispatch states tha OmMtUuUon newSDaner will hoist names of Hreckinridire and Lane. Another teleirram savs: "It is now reported that CoMHtuUim will be stopped on Saturday Monday, in consequence or uie reuueuuu " Fan Masohst ii Japah. The New ni,nii aava that two of the Japanese bassadors are members of the Masonic Order, and that Masonry exists in the Japanese nonaidarabla extent. If this be an examination of the subject might lead the establishment of the antiquity of order, and give ut new ligt)t as remote NEW BOOKS. MAtMARXT MONCRTr.rriC! OR, TUB FIRST I.OVB OF AaKON BliKR. Br chasms mr. rttT, pt. New York! Derby a Jacamu. Cincinnati : Blrkey. Mallory Co. Tlili volant, which has been 1x1000 ottr -table for sera days, purports, as Its title indictee, to be a historic acoodnt of tha earllaat attachment of Aaro Burr, that gifted tint singular man, about whom hinu nch a aft of mystery and p-iiilarlt, at glTea hta Itfa tha character of a romance, and ren ders to aughttbat treata of him an Interest attaching to few of the early nguren in onr political existence. 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This Is a very elegantly and copiously Illustrated work well written also upon one of the most in teresting of all branches of knowledge, both to young and old. It la worthy a placa wherever there are young people to be amused or inatrncted, LATEST BY TELEGRAPH [In interruption of the lines in New York State we are without our lines in New York State we are without our usual Eastern dispatches to-night-REP.] lines in New York State we are without our usual Eastern dispatches to-night-REP.] From New Haven. Nsw Havi, June 29. A strange develop ment has just been made in regard to the whereabouts of E. L. Deforest, who wns missed from the Metropolitan Hotel, N. Y., on the 17th of January, 1857, and who was supposed to have been murdered. A letter was received this morning by the Cashier of the New Haven Bank, signed by Deforest, and dated Melbourne, April 15, 1860, inquir ing after hiB back dividends, which he says he has not drown for some time past, lie adds that he has given the power of attorney to Messrs. Maylor, Lord ft Queereau, Wall street, New York, to enable them to receive his dividends. lie also asks a statement ol the amount so paid, and the price of the stock at the latest sales. A careful compari son of the letter with others of his manu scripts shows a striking resemblance through out, and no doubt is expressed of the gen uineness of the letter. It comes by way of London and Boston. Political Matters. Columbus, June 29. The Breckinridge and Lane ratification meeting being held here to night is large and enthusiastic. A salute ol thirtv-three euns was fired. Speeches were made by William A. Neil, General Andrews and others, it A Youno Woman Brutally Outbaued by Nioroes. While a Miss Martin, who lives near the Kentucky River, and about eight miles from Winchester, was driving up the cows to the house of her family, she was caught by two negro men, wno, threatening her life if she made an effort to cry out for assistance, dashed her to the ground and brutally violated her person. Miss wanin is represented as quite good lookiug, and only sixteen years of age; and although poor, she was respected dv all wno anew nor. vir cumstnutial evidence is very strong against two men belonging to Mr. Benjamin Dykes, who resides near where the outrage was per petrated, and they have been apprehended and lodged in the jail at-Winchester. Shootino Affairs in Kansas. A corre spondent writes from Tubac in a late letter: A difficulty occurred here to-day between a man named Hull and a citizen named Hol conib, in which Holcomb shot Hull dead. Eugene Leonart, ol trie wen-Known nrm oi AJVUUHII. Ob diuiwu, ui ,u .iiu-v, vao mm shot this morning by a man named Duhanse, a Frenchman, from 1 Paso, in a dispute growing out of some business transaction. Dr. McKee. of Fort Fillmore, was soon in at tendance, and is of the opinion that the wound is not mortal. The Kind or Msn Women Admibk. Men who are really the most fond of women who cherish tbem for the truest respect are the least DODular with the sex. Men of (treat assurance, whose tongues are lightly hung, wno make woras to supply tne piace oi laeas, and Dlace compliments in the room of senti ments, are tne lavonies. a one respect ror woman leads to respectful action toward them, and respect is mistaken by them for neglect or want oi love. Tu Present Comet. The Cambridge as- tronemors say the comet is approaching the earth, though owing to the strong moon- UgUl 11B lOW yUBIUUU BUU 114 IUUIHMIUK UID- lance trom tne sun, u is qouduui wnemer ill become verr conspicuous to tne naicea eye. 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Co., DELAND & t G OSS AGE, West IT'otirtli-Ht., Having completed their ex tensive Addition, No. 76, ! i will 'nbw ofler great - inducements 1n " n x oh '"'" " SUMMERDRESSGOOPS AT REDUCED PRICES. ELEGANT DRK8S ORGANDIE MUSLINS, Colored Ilso-wiis, AT 111.', 15, SO AND !M CENTS. ALSO Printed Organdies and Mnsllns, AT 19, ilO AND S3 CENTS. FIGURED FRENCH JACONETS. English Batege Robes. . : BAREGE AXD PIXEAPPLE ROBES, SPLENDID Grenadine Robes, . ENGLISH & FRENCH BAREGES BY TUB YARD. Barege Anglais and Ducals, AT liX CENTS. IT'oiilai-ds, AT St CBNTS. Plaid and Striped Silks, , AT 37H CENTS. : Rich Lnster Slack MUlka, .T DAnOAI JST&. Rich Dress Silks, AT TS, 8TX AND St, Usually Sold at tl, II and ft SO. Debages, Poplins & Valencias LADIES' SUMMER SUITS, New Htyle.: . NEW IMPORTATION Ladies' Black, French & Pusher lace SHAWL POINTS. Prioost lleduoort. BLACK LACE MANTILLAS AT 93, 93 SO-NEW STYLES. SUMMER GOSSAMER SHAWLS IN SLKOANT COLORINGS. Grey and White Barege Masters. DELAND & G0SSAGE. flcSS-tfJ . Just received and for sala br RICKEY, MALLORY & CO., KO, 73 WTEST FOURTH-STREET, Pike's Opera-house. EDWARD EVERETT. THE VERNON PA V KK8. -By Hon, tdward Everett. One volume, lL'mo. SI RIGHT AT LAST, AND OTHER TALES. By Mrs. (lu.ek.-ll. anthor of "Mary Barton," "North and South," "Orawford," Ac. Una volume, 12mo., cloth. 7c. . HOOKER'S NATURAL HISTORY. For the use of Schools and Families. By Worthlngton Hooker. M. D., Professor of the Theory and Prac tice of Medicine, In Yale College, author of "Hu man Physiology," "Child's Book of Nature," Illustrated by nearly SOU engravings, tl. THE THREE CLERKS Bv Anthonv ' Trol- i Ber- lope, author of " Doctor Thorne." " Ihe Ber trams. Price II. Castle Bicbinond," &c. . 12mo., niusliu. NFsW MEDICAL. AVORKS. ASHTON ON THE RECTUM. On the Diseases, Injuries and Malformations of tha Roc. turn aud Anus. With remarks on Habitual Con stipation. ByT. 8. Aahtou. With illustrations. One vol., Sto. $2. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DI3- F.AHKH OF THE LUN08; Inclniling the Princi nu of Physical Diagnosis. By W. Hayle Walsha, 11. D. Aneweditiou. Due vol.,o. t'fii. jn-b IMPORTANT TO LADIES! Ololng ' Out Stools.. SSLLINO OFF -A.T COST, To close this Branch, vis: EMBROIDERIES! Confuting of ColUra, SlMvetj, Breakftut Caps, Plain anil Koibruldored Lioon Uaudkerubiuls, Laca HitUi liosittry, 4c.i Ac. LADIES and CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR OMPRIWNQ Plain and Trimmed Cheml-vtw; Plain od Trimmed Drawemi Plain and Trimmed Night Dreuei, etc., Ac. Skirts, Cortfitt. ParasoU and Shades. An aaaortnutut well aeleutad, with all the uoveltle, and at umutually low prlct. 1 llll BVOCtL IB IrOHO slIIU UrW irnuiw, miiu will W fe red at cunt to close tho eutira lot out by the lit AuiruBt, when tnu braucn oi my Diuiuuaa wui dlM-outinuud. 100 West Fourth-street 18 THl PLACE FOtl BAUQAINS. CALL EABLT. RICHARDSON. jtV7-ftwdl . rmHE tsTKAMKR. NETTY OILMORE JL will n v reuu any ou BUfU'AI. ssiwa- July I, for that delightful resort, froui IM-Xrf tne iuol oi sialn-street anu ntrrrirrTsjar Ferry Landing. . icm-c XX eat as for the People. TkRKAH HATS AT 93, 93 00 AND MM StUOND 10 HONE, at NO. 262 FIFTH-STREET. NEAR CENTRAL-AVENUE. ep27-t8 . . IIBNDLEV'8. I nOW-BOAT AT TUB BUCKETS HOUSB. A THHKK-MI1.K UAC'B BHTWKBN i. the "Amurlcau a.aale, - liMUued uy Bliultx, Botiert H-ail. J. Cade. George Hughes Char lea Ilasley j aud ill "Msriou," uiauneaby F.liiler, Tlios. Uiiudi.n, O. Huilth, 0. Brauon aud Smith, will oumeon SUNDAY, July 1, aa above. The grounds can be reached by tha jrmh-etreet Omnibus Line. jeSS-aw flOlHB nONET.-ANOTUEU LOT OF -r ookss oi cuoic uoney. A A BON A. OOLTIB. .119 and 'AH Italn-atiwt. B.tHUIT JAIta, CANS) AND JUUS l- every aeiajri very desuriptian at laSO '.' 81nd 3il Maiast. NEW BOOKs! NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 0. ' Ul- I of ue M j llenry and Thoa. 11. OF il TV! 1311. v i h'lvt Bcriyi at CLUTCH & JACKSON'S, 110 Tilth-street, new T" VbfeKTeioNs", AT CENTS ON THB DOLLAR. Organdie, Barege and Crenadlne robesi: Organdies, - " ( ' r' ' Barege Anglais, ... .-( Grey Grenadines, ' "" . ' Printed Jadonets, Ijaiavrns, Barqgos, ... .. - . -AND- . ' TRAVELING DRESS GOODSJ LACE MANTILLAS. - . ..!( B,000 FAHASOIiB, I o fray and other desirable colore. .. whit eg oobsr PLAIN, PLAID and 8TBIPED NAINSOOKS; i . . .." NWIns MIJBLIrir,; " . JAOONITt , BRILLIANTS, EMBROIDERIES, 4c. r t' Real and Imitation Laees. i . 1,000 DOZEN HOSIERY. " FANS OF EVEBT DEHCKIPTtON. . ! , ' ' .- I t. f DOMEBTIOB. SHEETINGS, CASE and 8HIBTIN0 M178MNS; " " LINENS. 8eOOO BhAUer Hooda PRINTS of all the best makes, together with large variety ot very desirable tiooda, which will be old at uppreuedentud low prices. . . . ... i CLUTCH & JACKSON, 110 FIFTII-STRBET, )elP4w Between.Vlne and Baoe. DECORATIONS i i Tr an s parencies, FOB THE . Presidential Campaign of I860. TH E CINCINNATI ENQUIRER 19 PR E l'AKKD to furnish all HtaUn and all Parties with the above articles, at short notice and low rates. We have on hand the following: (.-..ji-J J AMERICAN FLiAOH-Of all alles. from Inches to liitee n feet long, with ut- withuut uamee Candidates printed on them. AMERICAN rtHIEIiDSWIthnamoeofStatee ana uanuiuates. . . PIUITH A ITl4 (ir CANTjIDATEH Beauti fully printed iu Colors, on Paper or Musliu. Figures of the Goddess of Liberty Oa Paper and Musliu; and. in short, everr thing in the pending Campaign, for X BOOXI ATIM' G- Bolldlngs, Processional Horses, Wagons, Halls. Banneret for Liberty-pole I '' BUPEBIOB IN STYLE.. .' 'k' Orders from dltene will rooolv prompt fctUa i tiou. Adtirt-'BB . , , FARAN Oc We LEAN, -Je.-tmwtf OiDGluniiti, Ohio. FLAGS, CUTS AND BADGES -FOB THB- ,-. CAMPAIGN! Clnbs wishing to provide themselves with Cuts of the Different Candidates Can be supplied at thia establieument. Ws large and small cuts of BKIJBiKCKINIHDGK, ' DOUGLAS ' and ' - . LINCOLN, Suitable either for ' XSCe.XIJEXeSX'aa. . - ' Xiculscsi, or , - - X,r-a.naJ3e.3Ta9XXola9aBI, All of which are furnished at seasonable raicaa, and of aucb a description that they cannot fail reuder aatisfautlon. . ;. , DAILY TIMES OFFICE, je28-e-eod Nu. 6 J West Tliird-stroet. FLAGS! FLAGS! Ito tub thadh. ' PERSONS WHO WISH TO FCBOHASB : FLAGS AT WHOLESALE, (Jan be aupplled by order lug from tut, - - AT A LIBERAL DISCOUNT. Bend on your orders in time to the ' DAILY TIMKH OFFICE,' Je28-c-od Mo. West Third-street. DECIDED BARGAINS ABB NOW OIFKBED IH . Organdie and Barege Robes, printed uarege ana Organdie Muslins. Bareg-e Anglalse, 12 Cents i 6-4 Bmreya Angrlaise 25 Cents. -ALSO-' The greatest variety of FANS ever exhibited In city, and many iaris Novetttee. A call will satisfy to prices. J.LfcBUItTH.l.IKliABUU.i 30 West Fourth-streot, Jeas.c ' - Between Main and Walnut." .FRIGES REDUCED. . -. ... . :( . - . ' 1 t i Cole- Sc Hopkins, FIFTH AND VINE. French Organdies, reduced 16 2-3 cents. ; . ii, - Printed Bareges, reduoed 20oents. ! :" ' Organdie RjObes, reduoed. Barege Robes, reduoed. ' "' We have marked the above goods at prices to close the stock. ' " fjeW-tfl ; Osvu't Pa in. 1WHO.-MR. Kit. A uunt. Clnciiibatl. O. lur PletU Mod wight)f-ve gllonof your EXCELSIOR WRITING , rLIJIU, and ohjlge. Yours CH, WbotssHle Stationer. jeae aw w. Arn nnvRRNMRNT JAVA COFFEB tirXn invole. - (f0TiTOlSBf. - Jv . ,l e " - s 1 .- DRESS GOODS! NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. : a ol , ! re quired ,. bare to . - ' th as : ! to r-. to ' j en tire ', - J. JAir : ' C v - 'A. H4SA W 9 K Siu i i mm sgl i, m FLAGS! 3 FLAGS M -ro TUB XCditrtli. of July ! wZZZ&'S K K FLAGS OP ALIs SIZES ! Gotten ur io the best style, and on good material.;, reraons insenaing w laaa pari iu vun wwmtini oftheoomiug -a- Will do well to give ns a call, and make their selec ,' lectlooa froui our stock. WE HAVE ALSO A SUPPLY Of f y' Flags with theNames ofthe States " , Printed one on enrh flair Wutlful emblrra fur i'rocosHloiiii Ac. Shields! Shields! Shields! Wi rm at font Inn. llknwInA. to tmr lrirrf) wiiort mnt of SHIELDS. priiittM, on paper or maliu, n mttv da flflRirea. i n im im in nDrunririia ueviw iu. geneimi aeovration. HEAD OF WASHINGTON I tl. Our Pictures of the Head of Washington aro unl versally admired, and form a beautiful feature Devorations. PnKaeaione, Ax. Also, one XuXlal9xi.sta. Floture ... OF WASHINGTON! Which can b utted for Bnnneri, TrampArencleii Ac. . Wo ar oflrlug then - AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES! And Invito thoue wtibing to lnrest, to cull at tha DAILY TIMES OFFICE, No. 62 Wert Third-street. j2S-oood HAZARD &CASWELIifS PURE LIGHT STRAW-COLORED " Cbd-lirer Oil! , PBOF. HAYEH, THE EMINENT STATE Aivr aud Chemi-Jt of Maniac tau sett say t?f li: " It la the bent ol furs.RU or domoatio origin. rruT. rarKor, tanur oi mo American luutuai M ontlilv, aayi : Have tried ever? other manufar turer'i Oil, and giva this the decided preference. t ieriweetaad pleonant." Manufactured by CABWSLL MACK ft CO., Ner Yora and Newport, R. 1. ; and for aale by GEO. M . DIXON, N. K. cor. Virtu and Main, and by J ABIES S. ULASCOE, 6. . cor. Main aud Vourth-Ht., Cin cinnati, Ohio. jel7-bwaod PRESERVE , AND BEAUTIFY .Your Teeth I TTKE HAZARD cV CAHWET.L'H FORWO. mj VKN iA, a mijst delicious ioernpasw. It la used tj tlie veutlxts or new lor. 11 con- tains no aid or any tllluir InitiriouS. It hMiitirina the teeth, nuikes them snowy white. sweetens the breath and neutralises the acrid secre. tious which deetroy the tetitu. Put up in haudVonie Chineae iara. n . 8uld brGKO.U. DIXON, N. B. cor. Fifth and Main, and br JAii. 8. ULASCtIB A CO.. 8. B. cor. Fourth and Alain. Cincinnati. Ohio, and manufac tured br CAHWELL,- MACK A CO., New York, and Newport, B. 1. jelt-bwood CINCINNATI GIFT BOOKSTORE! NO. 31 WEST FOURTH-STREET, j- 1 ' (OarlUle Building, up suirs.) BOOKS TN EVBRY DEPARTMlsnT It Literatim; Bibles, Albums, 4c , some iu ele gant biuuiugs, aulUble lor presents an oi wnicii will be sold at as low price aa they can b obtained .(...wi...... .! -olff t Mairh nurrhaser Incltldt-d. Oall and examine our stock, whether you wish to .purchase ar not. .... Catalogues furnished gratis on application. Broaders Sc Co. Fourth Fourth Fourth Fireworks Fireworks. ' Fireworks. w a ufrvvvu tVHAT.VfllMtrnNPRr- ! TIONEK. 3'AO Maln-st.. belwoeu Seventh and Kighth, supplies at wholesale or retail, every descrip tion of rillEWOUKB. jeue-f H76. FOURTH OF JULY. 1860. FIREWORKS, -ON- o i:ty lot, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 4, I860. By H. P. Dlehl, Pyroteohnist. FTtHI? EXHIBITION OF FIREWORKS will hu tltM urumlMit rHDriMentat OU i)f the art of Prrotechulc ver witnessed iu (his eity. During the evening. ArtiHelal Bombshells wilt b throwu to a great altitude, whlcli, upon bursting, will bo equal lu brilliancy to one hundred of the largest rockets. me mensurable acuou iwmr iu. wmwhw.w. 6'aerrur.wlll be prnduce.1 with thrilling eltect. For doscription ot pieces, see programmes. - WKBUR'S OOBNEVl' BAND will be In attendano. TickeUtoseaU, SSOU-; eunauceon tiflum-,ii. Ticket without seats, !9 cental utradon I'luin- atreet. t 'Pl.U avnrll iltAslCrllMysl tht) LDkODtr ID Wli I'll 8uu1im siidoAuutvHeit uotm are uimlu, aud tchei ... a-1.N4' IOWA'S. a s e a,-- i a rof July, of July. of July oes mo uituDBi iu wu i u are merit:, and teachea Kit, spurious and raised ' Aud will eiiau's any one with eertaluty, without I a; and I m also a kiud uf bills on Klvutinc rriuc.u, juid I i lo 9ettil a oouuwnvii oui wn hatvino ( Mttli ttlH atlllUiUI) I I dictiuusvrjr t U other delator tuid rwportrr i; to which is duea a rm tor cuicuiaimi iuiiv.( u-s a person oan Ittarn In two niloutea, by which nut lu tf riMt cau b cHlcul(iUt on aiiy aoiouut. at any rata per wilt., for any lenirtb uf time, to the ten thuu. iiundth part ot a mill, aud requires no knowlt dKe of l ar.-nnt in 1,1 1 1 uH.il I loU. AlsVO. the ltiUttl rilltt Tor pnrtial pttymunle on notes, einatlou of payroeiits. lutereMt problunts and solutioui peitntage, bank ditveount, 4o. Prire 45 cents. &mt (KUi(o flee, on rocelDt ol Ja oenu iu (lamps r money. Aji'iruM M KNUAu o li A r K It, Author and Proprietor, Gluuluuatf, O. Ts..allna A ur,. 11 m Wavitttul lo sUtll tills Work. (' U wauiea lo sen mis worn. lilottt I a& and 10A Viue-utreet, and at ED W All 3 Iu. MUllUA ou Jrifth-street. and various oibsr tauds iu the city. rr - I A I,I.OPr4 AI.S,-JimT RBOEITBD, IS JU. oaaka Allsop a Ale. or sale, wholesale aud retailTby T' A. MoDONA'tB A CO., . .14 -" It i i.. '