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1 SATUKIMY, 0CT015E11 18, 1862. J. r. BOLlNtf IH, W 1. T. UOAI, The Celebration To-Night. An hs hetn announced, the Democrat and othr loyal citizens propose to celeb-ate to-nitrht, over the overthrow of Abo litionism in this county, the "old" Third District. and the Slato ol Ohio, which for nine long years has b-en under Abolition rule. They linve cause to rejoice and If merry. Fur tlie first time since the com mencement of onr troubles, ligiit lias broken through the Uaikuess which has iurrounded us. Day begins to dawn and hope grows stronger that the Republic may yet be saved. ..When wo reflect upon the obstacles which hud to be overcome, the magnitude of the victory is indeed appar ent The entire power ot the Fedei aland Bute Administrations civil and military money and threats of employers were l.r...,),t l,. Iwsr nL'iiinit the vti'opli' : lilt despite it all, th.-y hsive li-x'ii i" (h"ir might ami won the victory. .To-day Abraham Lixroi.y stnnds con demned by the people of Ohio and India- u to-ihiy David 'loo stands rcbukcil l,y the tK'Otilo who electa1 him o"C year "g" r..,l,iv AlmlitiuiiUm lies iirustruti! in the Ktiito wheie its voturii.it .fondly hope ! had obtained power for nil time to come. To day the shackles of the white Hum have been strii-W oQ', the tongue has been loosened, and the peoplo hurl detiance against those who would placo them in woise than negro bondage. The Con stitution has been sustained, and tiie rights of the cilizen maintained. Free speech and free pics spcedyaud impartial trials all, all the lights ol the citizen, have bacii rc-affti med, mid luncefoith the peo ple of the liiu keyj Suite, w ill indeed be lYce and independent. No luoio bastilcs, no mure' Mipprcssiou of lu-wsjiapers, no more ' nioba, no more thieats, no more suspension of the hobeaa corpus, no won destruction of tiie deaival lights ol the citi zen will' bo permitted-. The woul has gone I'oith to our ening l.ftthrrn of the fourth,- that the- Northwest Las cair off seclional tlovtiinea aud section al men, and henceforth stands jendy to ficely grant all the rights which the Con stitution guarantees to thciu ; the North west bids tho South return to til." (rood old times of the past, and the gloiy and re SiiWU iud pio.-perity which was theirs when t'.:o Union was indeed a bond of affection, an 1 when the ensign of the Re public waved triumphantly over the States united. Rejoice, rejoice. Such a triumph, over such an enemy, and against such odds has never before been achieved. But in your ;.;,, n.mnmlmr tllnt vnn HICMCV IVjVU.iuga . ...v. Keep clear of all nets which t"nd to de grad mankind. You have tiiuiuphed, nnd fan afford to he generous. As we have nut followed the political doctrines of AholitiouiMii, k let us not follow their example in acts which Imvo digrucd theui. If ihcy ihoosc to wallow in the cewpoul of Llaek-guardiMii insult defenceless womuu indulge in lmnjuiige which inxult the ears of decency, they hut puUihh their own infamy. Let no Demo crat, nor other loyal Union mini, descend to KUell degradation. Ve can rejoice, and rejoice heartily and with vigor rejoice mimnrr worthy of tha glorious victory we have achieved without ovci stepping the bounds of propriety, or indulging words and acts which mom itii-gfncd those who engg i" theiu, thun tlwy-injuru tlioke gainst whom they nro used. ; Pennsylvania Election. The Journal this morning claims that the Abolitionists have cm tied Pennsylva nia and elected their entire State ticket. AaYsiwtch Irom Iky hdjiug. day . before yeoteiilny, says " J lie returns received from all parUof thu Stale, leave little room to doubt the Mieeess of the Dumo cratic State ticket by a majority of from ten to teen twusand." Splendid Aboli- Uon victoiy, that! In addition to the above, the Democrats bav eWvled 15 of th 21 Congressmen, the Abolitionists e, and 1 dintud yet doubt. ( A ; majoiity of the Legislature also the Dimocials. The Third District. Til ollowing is tiie vote iu the 'i liiul District duupoasil ol' tho tiooulioa of i'lvl'lo, Butler titul Monlgoniciy, siuco 1852 : fo 18S2 CaiapbHll's Biaj. ovir VaL 147. " l:i " " 2ibJ ' Iboti " " 1 ltl.'jH TBL'sirtsJ over Canif' H" " lf8. lpoll i " jt ' " " - Ci'stui jJW. " " . ". l Mr. v. oooiauJthsii!ooBai)j'oi.!;uciiihsfat. DEMOCnATld " ''- CELEBRATIOIT ! TO-NIGIIT, IN UONOB.OF TIIK GREAT Democratic Victories! AND THE OVERTHROW OF ABOLITIONISM ! IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY, The "Old" Third District, AND OHIO AND INDIANA ! TURN OUT, MEN, TOr HAVE CAt'SE TO REJOICE, FOR YOUR VICTORY HAS BEEN FOR i "THICI XIOX A8ITWAS, IBE COXSTIUTIOX iSIT IS." Result in the State as far as Heard From. i in in - in is We add a number of counties to our ta ble of yesterday, nnd correct bonie of those lieietofurc iuLli!hed Cnmitit. Adttlllr, Allen AthlHtid, 1 Auln-.ze, li-iraiiiit. Brown, Duller, ( 'I ("TIT, ronln'criii!, Cmwloi J, Uhike, Knirfiel 1, Fruuklin, tlHinilron, lliirilin, tlitdtlttud, tloekioit, Holrnen. Vtm mnj. ::.o SuO' ' -1211 HUM) ; 'JllO i:tu() 1"II 700 1100 llfO IbUO 2100 ' 1700 too 41)0 ; 1QU0.. . 1700 100 ' 000 , a i Mm 150 400 1100 490- ; . 19.0 , 200 700 HIIO ' I10 000 HIIO 500 . 600 1000 1000 1100 157 600 800 ' 52i SUO Vtm. Gain. 500 475 400 6MO : . . 9"o 4.")0 1050 :m 700 5P( D25 M00 1400 Knos, l.lcklll?, 450 MtitJisOM, 1150 660 400 1373- uoo 1050 825 Marion, Mercer, Mohlomery, Monroe, Morrnw, Mti-ktniim, li nwa, I'ickaway, Hictiliuiil, Kosm, Saudurky, Suioto, - Sttneca, ;o 600 6511 800 860 ICoo 250 600 750 425 Slark, 'I'UHCHrawati, Van Wrrl, ViiiUjn, Wayne, V:tvhiii)rtoiit Wjanilotie, 3 108 Tolal, 32.SK2 . The following counties give Abolition majoiities but Democratic gains: Oiuntin. Abolition mnj. Cbampaign, 100 cnii Cluik, 1000 550 200 -- 650 65(1 I 350 luoo 90 1400 2 1 10 aoo 20110 400 150 300 100 6H0 12'i0 260 X00 Clinton, Cuyahoga, 1600 650 800 gjy 2n0 ?(K? ' 800 350 I Ilt-liiWare, Erie, Fayette, (j,,,,,,,.. urrme Huron, l"ron' ' f'nf i't Miami, ( J 'i,,"1nS, jNobl, J''''"' f uion,' ' 6 1160' but) Toial, 14,370 " r ii .:.:.'., -.I,,.'., il'ii ... 1, ' . m ullou mg couuty is lue only one, far as heard from, whith gives an AboR- tici juln: Abolition mnj. Abolition grtin WAKKEN, ttiOO , ISO lu the above sixty -three countios the Di-ninerats have a majorily of 10,392, be ing A GAIN OF OVER FORTY BKVKN THOUSAND.- Tod's majority iu tho Stale was 55,203, leaviug but abiUi. 8,000 ' to overcome iu' lite twuty-liv touutics yet to hear flora. 850 650 i 75(l' 850 1400 fSU 25)' jyr 650 a o a y 2 ? J V ? 3 3M Hi iii Huftie el?? If ? If . mmi fhrl "i,''- ' Mr .- r l John Lwii) Jnrob Morn S ifL-i Jf :'-!" J'u.- ti1 . . . I. ml 9 tf i P. Unnnty. Hi franklin T. Harkua. wnifmm W. Armtrotg. Wilton 8. Kenaun. I.yoinn R. Crtti-Sfi.id. Oitunvr M. Olilt. W. II. nthcort. 5 a Hi William D. Urnkl. imn 0mble. B. Or((irr. Clfinmt L. Vllulighm Jf Kotxrt 0. ItoiMiKk. Beninmin M. Ajre.' ti. Lvom. Grorfiyn WogurMO. O.G. H. LvlJiOQ. Jntinttiw Kranry. W. IHetn.h. Hhenrer. Henry Lambert. .S3 4 tro ID Iowa Election. The telegraph announces has given 10,000 majority for the Aboli tionists, and elected fivo Abolition Con gressmen."' If this despatch is no nearer correct than tho first despatches in regard to tho Ohio nnd Indinnaelcctions sent east, or those sent from Pennsylvania west were, we have also a victory in Iowa. Indiana. The election in Indiana has resulted in a complete Democratic triumph. The Democracy have elected their entire ' State Ticket, by abont 10,000 majority; A majority of the State Senate; - A majority of the House; Seven out of the eleven Congressmen. This will do for the "lloosier State." There, as in Ohio, the people have entered tneir protest against the Abolition policy of tho Administration. Negro Labor Economical. j ' Over two thousand able-bodied 'black refu- K4d(i!eees are employed in tbe Quartet masters I Dopartmeitt hero, and upon the defenses ol . WashiitBlon on reduced wai'S. The iimount gaved 00 ti,e diOcrcnoe belvtieji their pay and hat of while labowa is much more than auBi 450 I cient to support tits five or six hundred color- ed women and children in Government quar ters This is dermd Irom olhcial persons, who say tho contrabands are really ft source Ol Uovemmeni pront ' We take the above from the special Washington correspondence of the Cin cinnati Gazette. It ttpeaksforihelf. The Government employs negroes because theji can bo had to woik so much cheaper than white , men. riivato individuals of tho 1 1 Abolition persuasion, in the Northern 'jStates employ them in preference to white men for the same reasons. Thauk heaven, the white niuu'ara beginning to get their ,,yes open. Negro philuuthrophy is at u'8 J'st'out j,lst now "" lclining. They Feel Sore. L to , hi The AholitionUta fiwl terribly sore over the election returns which aw Democratic all over. They are so completely dumb- , fntimlpd over the result, that thev don't iknow what excuse to make for it. TUa 'people, the sovereigns of the land, have I8' 'le'r sea' l'onil,'m,m,lon "Pon 'despotism, corruption, abolitionism aud ;iinhecllity of the paity in power; and the langnnge of Gov. Tod when ordering ithe illegal arrest of Dr. Oi.db, thpy "have Ithe backbone to do it." . Tho attempt . , , i President Lincoln to aholitionizff Mates of tiie Jorlli-west has Tiroveei tlcail failure. The iioople have rcpiuliated : him ami his party iu the most signal ami emphatic manner. His Negro Proolama-1 o tion has proved tho uVath warrant, of party. Alas, poor Abraham I wo (jity .."JTT'yoii. For long time you liuM against the pressure of the raJuals, hut 1 ",eP'yel 01 ",B ule"g0 p.eacuers wooeu and won you to do an act which has proved your ruin. You sink to rise more, and with you goes down the Abo lition party. In the madness of Abolition fanaticism you forgot that you were but the servant of lite people, and not their King: you forgot that the eopl ate "power behind the throne." ' They have spokon 5n tliuuder touea.'. Will you-heel i the warning? If the Democratic party had planted itself oeciaea war piatlorm, disowned the No Policy men, aod rebuked all sympathy with treason, it would have swept the Western States like a whirlwind. Commercial. Indeed. How much greater "sweep" would you have the Democratic party make than the one of last Tuesday ? If you are not yet satisfied, just wait until next fall, and you will have no -reason to complain that your defeat is not crushing enough. Tho Democratic party asks no advice from the Commercial or any other abolition sheet, as to what line of policy it shall pursue. It is fully able to take car of itself, despite the lying abuse of it Abolition enemies, lbe Commercial had better advise its own political friends, and console them, too; they are sadly In need of both advice and consolation. The Way Elections are Conducted The Way Elections are Conducted in Warren County--Free Suffrage at a Discount. a The Lebanon (Ohio) Star, a violent Aboli tion paper, in noticing the result of the elec tion in Ibat county, says: "The election in this coontr Daued of) quietly, though there was an intense feeling ana a aeterinination amonir our patriotic cit izens to carry the Union ticket tlirooeh. We have never seen such an intense feeling at an election before among our loyal eitiaens. Ev ery man appeared to feel it to be his duty to talk, vote and work for Schenck, the ticket and his country. The people wre ont earlv and stayed all day, and when a vote was put in the Kuli.., k r,.- :. r.. 1 1 - - .n.tv. v iui vim. kiuuur TRiianuiintin. a ris ible expression of disapprobation could be seen depicted on tbe countenances of all loval Here is a beautiful example nf free suffrage or jou i ji admirably Illustrate tbe liberali ty of the Warren Abolitionists, who have not lite least conception or a Ireeman a rights. lCleetious in counties where men cannot vote their choice without a terrible expression disapprobation Irom their neighbors ought be set aside. They are a burlesque. , The laets stated hr the Slur account for the enor mous majority of 1,900, which Warren gave against Mr. Vallabdigham. On a fair vote she would not have given 800 majority. En- Judge Douglas and the Republican Senators. in of Judge Douglas, la his last letter from Wash ington to bis Irieuds in Illinois, declares that for "partisan reasons" many Republican Sen ators were anxious to dissolve the Union. Urre is the extract ; read and ponder it: The fact can no longer be denied that many of the Hfpuhlidan Senators desire war and dUunion, uudsr pretext of saving tbe Union. 1 ney wiall to gel rid 01 tbe Southern Sena tors, in order to have a majority in the Senate to confirm the appointments, aad many them think they can hold a permanent Republi can ascendancy in the Northern States, not in the whole Union; for partisan reasons they are anxiunn. to dissolve, the Union, if can be done without, holding them respousi ble before the people. Rebel Navy. a his 'Ut no 1'he corrrori(lenca of the Philadelphia 1'resa says, in conization with (bis, 1, ma j wan give ine nauie ol uia l&ntaderats armed wssels, as far as ascertained by . me. Thej are tbe steamer Florida, formally the Oreto, commanded hj CspLaia MaSit, and carrjing ten niDa incli liluliely iiatHiled rilled sum: the gunboat Al'ilwma. Captain Semmes, late ly nl the Sump'i'r, which carries ten elevon ini-h Illakely Rnns, and ths steamer ''290," Captain Hamilton, carrying ten eleven inch ll'aksly nhVd gau.; Tbs three are said be now at Mobile. ,1 he "29U" was built h ths subscription or two hundred and ninety Brittsl merchants, and thence takes its name. There are said lo be four other steamers, whuea oaosaa I oaanos - obtain, mnd, - In addi tion, a steam iron-cladfrlaats, recently built Oastoo, below- Liverpool,' oaiuallr for Italian Government, and with aa Italian name, which receutly .left filmland with a full crew, chit fly ol Italians, under oommaad of Captain Arthur Hiuclair, onoe of oar navy, who rrosai ed the Atlantic in the Bull Dot Tha Itliu uame of ths is easel is to he changed to Jattae sou Davis Rebel Navy. Book and Job Printing. STEAM PRINTLXG HOUSE ; . : t . , ; : V - r f'l . ntmm . . . I ar pntpartd to xouU all bhlan Ibf t i. IV V, i.. i J. . . r , Book and Job Printing,. With tfanpatnh tad in Ihaoaatatylajot tkrt. Partta ularaUBUoapi4 to , . Blank and Railroad Printing, BILL H It ADS, R ROISTERS LETT1R HI 1)1 HQS, DF.IDS. CIRCULARS RECEIPTS, AO., Ae., AO. 9bw Card and BUI In Color SHOW BILLS, BAND BILLS, POSTERS, PRO- SRAMMES, INVITATIONS AMD LABEL. - I . j. BOOK "WORK - Of etary dasenrdtea. RftTing one of the moat complete Priattag Betab liahmenta in Southern Ohio our teeilitioe for doing all ktadt of Work, look, FLeik. off Ornament ere Ire elaos. We have eoe of the (keteet Preeeea, and hare tha modern ylee of Type, and we employ tho at workmen. We have throe Power Preeeet eonoected with ou Job Department, ara prepared to azecuto work wt(h noxtuaak and dispatch. WDrders from abroad will rocoiTa prompt attra tion. Addrkaa B0LLMITIB A tOSAK, Dajrto, Ohio. of WHOLESALE PEALBB I If Millmcry Goods, Straw Goods, RIBBONS, CRAPES, FLOWERS, Aud all anlelaa usually requlrsd In tha MlUioary trad. 3s at, fcat Mala A.Mdlaw, Usrttn, UhU. N.B. All ordtri from tba eountnr aromDCIv aasd. Kilo. . . - r - - taa.NiUinaraaaddaalrau(aBal will Am wall U auiuiaaaisstouauatorepurcluuungslMivhara. Ju4 aPBiNO of xaea. OL09IN SALES. TH K Mndenigoed being detersniaed to quit tha trade will sell hi- wDiire atock uf Staple 1 and Fancy Dry Goods A CRKATLY RKOIICK rnlCKI, All klods of LAD1K9 DRIBS GOODS at a woodpr int aaurirloa. A lull atock of CLOl'US, CAaslMKKaV AN1 VaUTlNud oa aaad, which will ba aiad f orur, aaa warraatad lo giv wlitfaution. nuM U. A. BLAOK, Mumlshan, O. HUKKlFF'a SALE. i JaaMsTaraar.aS at ' 1 afoatgooiery Buparlor of but it u to at the Wm. f . Comty, R. B. Com- f Cm ho. SOBS. It aad auciuard Oreen , J B it Virtue ol. aoti in obedience to the oonnnaiMlof a ven. ea. o. to me directed froia ihebuDsrior Uuurt ef Montgomery Uoouty olilu. X will otter ai Pubiio tfale at the oor at too Court Houee Hi the Ctiy Hatmdav, Novmiktr Ut, 18C1. At two o'clock p aa, of ae4 ty, the relloviog dea on bed real eute, viai Ae the prver.y ol avichard mihwii sr v iii nwiui bmi tuerwtjv f m iim io luft in Ute city of Ueytun, Muutguniery uouu- ty, unio, iietfianurg at tbe BorUfwet oorner of aaid 1 t aud ruunxng Itom Utextce eaauard jy wun eeconu eireei utirty two w feet to At umn Mm. m. rviKwuiiDru wm i oorner at aaid uartar lot, U.eoue,ai right augloa. aoutiiwardly with 'olM.rU' weet uoe, ataiy 91 u a aeten toot allevT theuo at ngbi uamIm weaiwardly tbrty-twu lWuilUe WMhrnbouadery ol ewd qnaner lot : thence north- wardiy waty aijileet, with ttud weatern bouudarjr oi AleoiaWtAo. Mourner of dVa and rrr atxaot. AImo in lota numbered 9ai, euwih weel pert, aud lot 41 eaet iwrt, aU in iMtoo, aioataoaiery aoanty, Ohio. The a bore pram i tee under a farmer axaontioa ware appraivod aa Mruwa : L..tfio. ltr ontteoatid alreet at $2OtK),00 . " ' UttJ oorner ol otU aad i'erry ale...... wmu,uu " " Kuia aud feiM at eou,uu aoovo oeevribed property waa taken on aaeuu tiou aa the pruxirty of Michard Oreen. at the auit oi .lamea lurnerand a.Hen Turner) hi. H, Comly aud Kleliard Ureen, W. W. Ceiul. The atiove proierty cannot aeil mr leea than of the apprauieineist. leriua weatn. Oh,0. WOO A MAM. Sheriff W. . Joaaaa, An THE UNION STOKE." WM. WALK EH, aul, Third etreet. haa unlMd with aUaeMtiiauvai a tusk at Mu AVAaJ aail' ULAilH' NU, and Uaute' KUKMbUlMu UOuLtf, a large aud oouipiete eua ei tba teat u.uiitiee awl aaee eu Ue atyltM of aoulu utd BUuiut. which he will eell tha tOvTeet ratea. lie baa now a thoreufU aeeortnieni of PIUCK uoul, wuwiUhe viliaeUatavt to vtaae room lor Kel) Clothing He wtU luauutevture CUathlng aad Boot! aad Mhaaa, 00., lo ordr iu the bat (yle. WAJVt-i Yaw Wa,atilHiM,ao tang known here aa a . wwrninui, iuui twierge oi iae uwot avo tu ue iMWUneat, and wtil a aleaeed to aaaaiui bi euiptly tc (he oilera oi Uia oid Irieiirta and the niiUa. yiwty Tt C T mW, Bona, havuig 10 my tad aad board with. Ojra. oai oauee, i uereny warn au porauna msijl puUBg her ua aig euaakaa4 enU pny aa daota her euutrauhua. auiaaawaw JUttBPX 1AWUI, Rebel Navy. Book and Job Printing. Boots, Shoes, Hats & Caps 4. w. me Ja-.i (.. i . raajti.t. wauasi,. , LENT AKEL, .. iiurMTT UJIS DOOT8 Armi SHOES : ALSO, VUXBlif ' HATO AD CAPS, left, Malm at., kat. Tklrd us Market. Dtften, Oklo.L Wl an eraparerf to aanalkotun la the bl style all kioda of aola aad Han br nwo, mw Huvmmt et m mm$ mamt l skip, aad at the lowest pnewa. W wf particatav Mttnitioa to nt.ktDB work to ord II work wmrMurttKl im At tui. yi auiwiMrUoa. - Minnrjvr pit pwtB i Altai w at w mm nuMKiui war mm patTunfffi reoatTod. , bop by tnoi to arontattorjel J Umr in lb fulur, fanKdimawouj BOOTS AND SHOES. BEST UATEHIAL-.L0W TR1LS rl QDdaraliOMd has Just opeaed a shop for Uie msaulaalun ef Bou'lH and bllUU, oorau o Second as tofc Ulalr ftr4, when h will Im mi i udim prsvarad a acuaaioaodate bis ouatomsrs wiUi vsryuuM US bis lioo, . uis iumm. NiUfii ana m mm vary dmi malarial, aad Is phcaa aad warMwal Mill aiaoustouers, Uiva luin oall and saa tar, youraalvaa. msudlm F. A. FIBBER. GEORGE HOOHWALT'S': 1 BOOT AD SHOE STOKE N. 118, Third 8t East of Tow R'loc k, BIQN OF TBI "LITTLE BOY." DAYTON, OHIO. . rnHl rublKi will pleasa laka aollca thai tha MuLsprii m hi bow on Dina m who aaa oompiau, suirk nl BOOTS AND HHOES, forthttHpiioi: Mid Hummer of h V017 Ut miay uotnunmos mil ih kiaU ttit cttu xljty Im r4iuiwJ win urn muit VERY LOW. FOB CASU, lunog th Wtur. From luni xpanenc in thm bustni.i. bin worU. lu itTt.u4 uurnbililVa ctouiul Im uinUMH-U. hjkI lu uhwispiM'Mt he Utja eoiMiidoa. AU itiniw 01 Dtfou tutu ito oiKl to ordr. OiuHtsh, IIUCUHALT, People's 8ho Store, No. 31 8, third at,, Imy ton, (J. eprl 1 Merchant Tailors. 1862. SPEING, 1862. M1LLKU & (JHAHOH. MERCHANT TAILORS. COR. THUD M JKKKKHaoW bTKKkTfl. , HAVI Juas reoaived a largv and complete aeon moutof Uievttoioeatatvieaoi BrKllsij tajus uu are prepared to Uieae to order wcaritig appxl o tdt deasjnpUoua, on tha ahortoat pOtsMiUlu nvtue, uuH , on the uiuai reaauiiaUe teriua. ihegoodacuuiprreeall oi the moat ' ' mUlOHAULl. AM) LATtCbT STILKS ; Manufactured, arnoiui whwh are aouia ol' the huiitl aoiuvet ever brought to ttUia uaritet. They bare a complete and aplendid aaaortiiit m o rifltlfi VKIT1MU1I, On the Latent at y lea, to which thoy invlt thttaUeutiof of tiouUeuieu. J heir aupply of Oent'i Fnrniihiag Goods. la of tha beat quality and oonipritea averyihuia , deairabla. GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING. " Of all qualitiee, mada of tha beat gooda, aud in (ha lateet etylea, will be kept rtiady tiieue lor Uio touve meiMjeol the public. " Thauklul lor peat liberal petrouage lhy desire the ir frieude aud the publio to oall aud vujiue their outia. audlearu pricee. MtLLhH A CUAU4JU. maiwjujui Insurance. Home Insurance Company, OK NEW HAVKM OONa., CAPITAL - fedOO.OOO. Faid in caah( and aeoureljr inveaied. r 18 company Uiaurealiujidu.MetvhsBieetUooM Ifuniiture, aud othar tountA proparty. at ae low ruiea aa areuharged by other aulveut ooaipaiuea. Three-lourUie ol tiie prottte of the btMiaeee, (after deducting T per cenL lor the atookholdera) aie utvided aiiuuaily to Uie huldera of poiiuea in Una ouuipauy, peyaole in aorip beexmg iutvreot. lartieaiuauring with ii incur no uaumy wuawrer. , DlftBOTOHeV Oouglaaa K. BatUrlee Charlee 8 he too j Levereti Candea. ueorge txk. , i Charlea T. Caodaat Judaon Oanneld, Thorn oaou. uevia w. tnmpon, . i Luoiua Uotchkraf , William W.Hauoh.r ' Mu-am Uajnu. Tiltoo'fi.llooattla,; tiliari W. Allan. " ' 1 Hamnal Feck, Willie M. AulhOBT. ' ' MawaUaUail, Leonard traea i Kdwia HarUav V ,.,:.. it Samuel O.Johnaoa, , t k Uuiilord, Coua. Goruehae I. Buihuetl, ueorge noaaieyi WiUuun Hull, Charlea Uarliala. 4tehen A. Bpencer. A. water ireat. Andrew L. aiidaton. damual JdalleU. . Tv iuimh n:u, Daniel TrowbridM'. Amoe V. liarnea Jadediah unices; ' . i ii- aleriden.Conn. Heary Mertin, WaUitttifoAl. (Conn a,raetua U. aWnuatoa.-; Jubn Woodnut, .cnard h jLvarett, .. iHtoiBa k. auTvajawtf restittoni. , IAmai. TaoaeeiBon f A'rea, . , -Caaa. WiLaov, bec'y. febw UUA. K. C LA 1KB, Agent at Da? too. Plumbing. Slew Gas & Steam llpef Iilures JUIT KBOEIVKD AT WARE ds MATcOlVMISa ... . , Ha. U, JelTeraa atreet AYCRV auperior aakwrtaienl of Uaa Kinturea. ae ' leutedfrout tba LA'tiveT htW iuhK FAT l ArhNd, conaiating of braoketa, r'eudauu, , iJhaae-i j, Uera, Uiaae, faperand Micaohsviea. Waa Tauara, A).,, t whioh they are determined to aeU at the towet hvjug, (, mii. They are alao rewaiTirig aad laeoviwiAaLly on i band avery varlaty of fLUMtiiNw UUVh W. i ther aeli aa low aa can ba auid eleewhera, j, ., Tiieyara alao puumg up Oaa, btaai4 ana Watef, -i Pipe at reduoed ratea. By atrwl atteuuun to buaiueMa aud auperior wurkinaoahip they nope to meritaaliara . CAS AND STEAM PIPE. PRICE KEUOED NOTWITHSTANDING? all aomaetitora in my line ' have retired frooa buataeee. 1 liave deternt- lueu wo raaiaw y . mw mmmtu H'P" vam will, trona and alter thia date, nut up Uie beat uiuUity affipaat X3 OENTfl PBR .PPQT, , Thia will, I am ire, ba appreciated by tha pat pi a ' who need work doaa tlieae hard ntnev.' I ain be iut thaa e? er prepared to do work, and am for better i tan 1 a.r aupplied with iitm Kiaturea, Jijt. Vumpa, and ' ail manner af Plumbing material. " t4.lt " JsiToa,w.oihv1rtw Markw. Dyeing House. DYEINQ HOUSE. HO. BU, T. CLAIR, pT, IMUJtft A f inn, mHl underelgued tolwrraethe pahrw that ba la .a 1 pntulicai dyer, aati Um Wb4ilirHi a n booar et theattove place, and ta avw piwpared x tHjlor all Uiitde of ail a a, at i in, Hiboana, Woolen and OoUoa boo da ; any oolor that may bedeeired. ' J Ureee aiHl aiauni nmorj fronj ail kioda of fkbriri. Be warraaU to ttukah alHtVd A v ttlatioer to aive., aatiatavboa, havlug all arttelea neaaaiy o petleiai hia work ib the beet poaaiWe xtyle. aM HkklMAMM WJKOBMD.