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erty as horses approaching a precipice; the people are holding the wheels having cut loose two of the horses; Fremont with an axe cuts the traces of a third; the goddess says: "John, you had better take charge of it." In another Lincoln is painted as a tight rope performer, walking with unsteady steps, having lost his balancing pole, and dropping his carpet sack, $700,000,000 of patronage, army commissions, etc. Strong speeches were made by Emil Pretorius, Mayor Thomas, Col. Moss, Charles P. Johnson, and Dr. Hilgaertner, breathing defiance to Lincoln and uncompromising devotion to Fremont. A Hopeful Fourth of July Creation. The New York Times, of the 4th inst, got off the following on the "situation." Matters have changed considerably since that: Though we cannot to-day celebrate a new Gettysburg or another Vicksburg, we can assuredly perceive reasons of abounding hope in the present aspect of affairs. Our military operations are now reduced to a much simpler form,