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a raucli a Examiner was nptTT? ATr PITV disastrouiimtoteuoe to the authority of M- XXXli VJ A 1VA 11* th« Uoioo, risplj biotiue Korthtn trtlt- TVESDA T, APRIL f*w Lackivo—Keokuk is lacking now and atnt wealth of the country. Trade and peculation arc city? Within easy by river and railroad of the mineral and agricultural wealth of the country, we let our opportunities slide, and while busy buying, selling and consuming the pro ducts of other places we are allowing the balance of trade to go against us, which is continually making our condition worse, But we were just now thinking of the little item of an improved Flax breaking machine. A considerable number of our farmers would he glad to raise crops of flax the present season, and if tbey could prepare for market the fibre, as well as the seed, it would be a tttet ren)unera- tire crop. Wf notice, in other part* o the State, enterprising men have sent for and procured machines of this kind and are prepared to accommodate the farmers while doing good thing for themselves. Is there not some one in our community who will do as much for Keokuk and the farmers in the vicinity Southerners are learning to give up, forThe time, their great natural products, cotton, tobacco, su gar, Ac., for cereals and the aubstantiak of life,—and we in turn must make our •elves independent of our enemy in the the material for fabrics of all kinds. We trust this matter will ble notice of efit of it. WhTlethe receive the favor*, mate of our many enterpris ing men and our Carmen be assured at an eatJy day that if tbey raiae a the ensuing year orop of flax they oan get the full ben aa« Bowa. brightening Union cause are ej is prospects tive value of gold, of the depressing the specula the Confederate curre u npidly approaching utter worth lessness. Wc received some days graphic since a tele announcement that gold was worth 400 450 per oent. premium in Richmond. The Richmond papers since received confirm this statement. The of the 16th, states that gold mold on the 14th at 14,2.3 premium, an advance of 200 per week, thus bringing Confederate paper down to 23 cenis on a dollar. The aminer brought about this result: of Confederate notes. Spring says the bee Azaminer, come, war and slnnplasters." i—"A sudden tide or emigration is setting from the Confederate States to the United States/' The emigrants convert all they gold regard leas of the cost. 3—-The people believe Congress will not pass a tax bill," the only method rTherarbitrary ga.' They pay any prioe for gold. impreaemeats of food, "sending provisions up to famine prioee and produaiag The Richmond Enquirer of a later data baa an artiole which reveals still mora clearly the reaaon for tbe reoent depress ion of the Confederate ouneoey. among other thiDgs: is ty feed cessea. spring restored, and par The plain truth is, we ere in tbe middle of a war, and during tbe coming and summer that war is to oor»Uoling tW brfor. i, ing to fight. Again: ga* uium meetings are the order of tfe ifrai tbe North. Democrats bury thebakaWjliM lifted agatust Liaooha. YallaedieCi will loonsuud whew John VwTTES The article winds up in a intense appeaJ for every man to be put in tbe and .vary dmner returned. Ia otber words, the knowledge that no fnfllgs aid need be looked for, and tbe fear of a united North, wen sufflcient eauaet fcr fen unparalleled money panic in Bebeidoa, indicating that they have no confidence it *ktsk'own unaided ability to resist tbe GoveriMMDt, but most he sus tained by external assistance. Tber have aonftdaai^y on aid foreign gym path iters hare enooor •md them to do bo. When toe aatold sistance ke«Q, but productive la bor, especially in the way of manufactur ing, is too muol) neglected. Where is are Mr extensive flouring oi.lls, foundries and machine shops,—our woolen matiu &ctoriea, Mir mills and lumber yards, aarriage shujw and other manufacturing establishments whioh attract capital and onploy labor—which give life and endur ing prosperity to we reflect miseries inflicted ple by erery war, on our Peo day's oontiuuance of and on the okriou« main furnished by tfcen in that kind of enterprise which fa ^Iir8production, and adds to the perms- (difficult to advise loyal men, aa we al the attitude the oopperhesd* of the North, we pondent of the Museahtie Juurtial, and the occasional contributor to our column* over the nom dr plume of "Hawkeye," speaks of the account of Iowa with the General Government aa follows a Col. J.N. Dewey, of Des Moines, had number of interviews with the Third Auditor of the Treasury, touching the account between Iowa and the General Government for the nising, payment curate. He speaks in high praise of tbe buaineas qualifications and demeanor of Col. Dewej. gentlemanly JT. B. Ten-Eptks- Jigemcp* JJEGULARLY LICENSED E A E S A E —AHIV" GENERAL INSURANCE KEOKUK, IOWA, KBAL JtSTATB heagkt till told ft* other. Ba«l nes« Houses, Dwelling*. Lots and L-wis ranted for others, aud Uenta collected. JBtna iBBvance Company, afBartftrA. Worth Aaaericaa laa. Co., do Bene laaazaace Omraay, efflTew Veik. Lerillar4 Knaaraaee ie 4e Artie laaaranca da 4e Connecticut Mataal Li* laattnuaee af Hartford. Aaaets abawt $8,0e0,ee#. H. B. TKN-EYCK, A^ent, febia-dly WK SALE. w& a Frame UvcIUdk noma, ecllar nolo ai a 1 —Belief of the people that peaco would come with spring, and then a oessation of the issue with aim 6* acre* tbe eeoi. within a i'.n iuire of "but peace appears more remote than ever. The people can see nothing before them have into 9 room u4 good of iniproved land under good bargalu. Kwaalra Ex assigns five reasons whioh have Cortiflcatea «flat4ekM4 e a a DaakStocka It saya The peace delusion ia blown away Neither from foreign interveutioo, nor from imperious decrees ol King Cotton nor from friendship of the Northwest nor from stupid ramors of demoralisation in Yankee armiea. doe* any hope of peaoe dawn upon the land. We must fiifhto* submit. If they ean take Richmond, Charleston, aad Viokaburg, in six montha their financial credit i. I, I O O E I S ob thiB fact that now till ioceotire to the rebels in their re of find it ways- have advised them, and do BOW to withold from summary measures toward men whose acts and words are so full of disaatrooa cousequences |«4«ral Claia I«wa» Linkinsale, the Washington corres and equipment of troops, Ac. The elaims of the State for expenditures in getting our 11"nj ,s reuilj^or the Government amount to about 1380,000, exclusive of claiaas for payment, which will probably amoaat to 9f0(),000 or $2.*0,000 more. Colonel Dewy has returned to Iowa, and will noon have the account ready for adjustment here. I am informed by the person who has this business in charge on the part of the Government, that^tbe aooounts of Iowa arc more than usually just and ac Uwrd f«uce, %i0 wurih ol fralt trt-«i uu* crowiuR, and U oa« of tluMi Im aiiue. rur growlug grape* lu tbka Me llon. Locaml on (iiand Avenue and within a ball hour'* waUofgecoud street, Keokuk. To an7 one wb- dcures to miku gardening a buiiuaa*, thU will be wf H. B. TKS-BYCI, Marok SB 1869. 8eoond Street. J?OR SALE. A large Brick Dwelling Hoaae, with fall Lot, geod well and cittern, and oiber taproveiarAta. Ilk is the property now oecaplad 6y W. sold at a bargain. £ucg,aad «Ulbe SUM. ii 18,1SA3-4 pUK SALE. but long yean of Or«-r.|,»fge to check the great redundancy of paper. 4—Increase of smugglen. "Jews and Gentiles an flittering over the borders aiugly and in mm akin to a panic." Bad as the currency condition is in Richmond, later news declares that in Fredericks burg to I6,6U in Coufeder ate paper are froely offered for gold, and $3,50 Confederate for 1 greenbaok. At »6,60, Confederate paper is worth a little over 15 cents to the dollar. TBH-BYCK. t*nl wtUln tit mlWa af Hai«llt«a, 111., now °P*U I" tbe Bast, all under fence, with Pr,»* l»«eiliu«, fruit Trees, *»d otber kuprore- Prict! f'i). fcioqiurv of fc^.'kuk, Me,CI, ,0, '«a B.B.X115 J^OR SALE, for liapmvci f..,„r|y In iM.cItr, T7S a r«» Ul laud 1U Hhi.oock cu-ui, illiuuiii 70 acres under cultivation So acias wood laud, balance prai. tl -n4-.''e of H. TBti KYCK. INSURANCE COMPANY. HARTFUKD, CONW. •iueld, /MMMry, IMS. c*,hi Treaaary Rotes and *Wk"4 v,Ulfc Vtactep Lltjr Boaii Kailreaul nueks Mortgage Boa4s *la»e 01 Coaaecticat Keal liatate M3,I»1 00 00 ^iraaooo uu^MM ao 100,000 00 87^003 S3»WMIf|ie uk* ttaudlng to your iuaciraace wants. PSb O0X6 Ail SHOES. plawwa la Af*. We ara now reaaiviag a flae fNeeftef BOOTS AID aaoss, Ina .h«public*goitnaU)l.J 1 U U o u w i aad will dose all eur acoouau en tfceInt*fAnrli Ifcaakfu! (ertbe liberal peiroaaae ktrMeiaSi beateveO a^tm as, wakopeto uertt a eeatlaaaaoaal tbe tame moiiii-dlm M.C. MUtSKAMp, »o. 74 Mai. Kr.rr, PKU1T TREES, GKAPE ViNES a xvB|ia«Ki(iie,ac. 1*1 U bedUtlnetly aaderatood ky tkooa wishteg te •ay Apple trees ei tko best aopia* aad ktada, taaTwo tk*S«mir.aMMk«saii|lrMi (NkMMiiT *U»areat Do#M, aa MMtaa llarly Majr Clsm to l« ft *l« jorlst. Ufii Beirgreaws, Jerway Hpraee, S to 10 ft (Tag te rlOlif mc A loo at be vast aad afeli VmarypUaa.Si mOm mr aid AapialrassoOaad PrSeeat o, «!3i their 1 'ZSZZi.'XZ—""* thai Mat ha a«iaeBar»erj OTDEE AGpCI. HAMILL, lOQ Cornar Main and 4th Streets, Ofsrs for sale AT TH* VKRV 1.0WEST PBICBt to ObOBB BUY BBS AMil PROMPT MBB, a well selected slock K K 1 A I O HAILS, SOBA, •*Ar, OILS, So. 136 Mala strwt, Mwm 4th aad StA Bu., KEOKTJK, IOWA. I atl»Bllon of mj ffiand* and tba pnblt« ia ms larcaaad eomplat* stock of AND FA1ICY and •b 24 ttr^ lest te •zprsesOttea, all who d«al O O u i A o a a LKATHKK, AMD rilVBIHaa, Isla^eaad waIlaeleetadlettable fer allaaatMiar Wakava always en kand MEN'S P1HK AHD COARSE WOKE, LADIES' C0MGAB8S AMU LACK »KV\ KU ASH PKGUJti) 111), CALF a LASTIRO BOOTS, GAITIk* A Bl.l Mft. of O O O E I E S AT WHOLES ALB, COfFEEB, TOBACCO, riBH, IPIIEI,* CADDLEI, WB1TK LEAD, DH1KD IHl lT, •MOT. LEAD, aceajKB, TEAS, COBDACB, POWDEK, WOODEN WARE, Aad all srtielss included in hit llae. I box spoet of my goods for oash, and I 'hKS MiSSBb' A Rl CHiLUKKKS' SHOBS Of all aarts. All kinds cf woik made to order. Oak and Ked Sole-Leather, MO HOC COS, El OS, LIM1K08, BIHDIKUB, French and American Kip and CalfSkins, Aidallklndsef Vfpar Leathar. Alao Laatlags, Osa-VakMI, Laces, Oalloosa, Laata,Pegs,Shoe Piadlnga .sndAkeeawkar's Tools of sll ktutu. rtaitanra* Hair Always Doa'-r Posost tsi Puca, lo. 91 laii ftl, SobUl Kile, betVMi M44UI. apre-d w Railroads. i86i. spiiNfi lgit. ITEOKUKa ilfTPLEABANT Afifi IV MU8CATlftB A I 1_B (It. CUIMI *F TIME. Oa IB« after Maadajr,Aisrek»tk, 1SSS, Mil will ran as fellows: •aralar Trata LaavaFt.Ma4laea(aoadasa»epted)at400a as. ArrtsaatKaaBuk, 6-U0 m.m laavaaaoBak (8aa4aysaiee*t«d,) at 7 Aa».M ArrtvaPtJSadiaoa, ».Zom aa. AIMraoea Trata Usfift. Madisoa (Saadanesc'd at i30 a.aa. ArrlTa.t AoAak, S-fO,.S: Lasva Aaokak. 6 m. m, Arrhra at H. Madiaoa, a p. ai Tka mora la* traias asae dlraetaoaaaaUoa with tha Dareapert a Boak lalsad Paekoi. att. Madiaoa. and wltktkiSt.Loala Packeu, E., Ft. D. II. a U.K. K. aad JtlastsaiMia*d Wabaak Valley K.a, atKaokak. Spaelal toaSs will be ran to oonasct wIlLlka Bortk em Uaa Packets, at Moaaoee. Sak—Pt. *•castoaisra ana the A» ail luaierUU, aa well as nadr laade work ia ear 01 for 0Mh'*' ,u,d*f ""Wf A S 6 Y 8 E Banirtag UB« IS governed by eloak In eSee at Madiaoa CRjr llise half kour too slow. J. W.UUUKD, aich7-d Baeratary. XT EOKUK, FT. 1E8 MOINES AND S% MlMRJtSOTA RAIL AO A D. OPEN TO EDDYVILLE—92 MILES S7CBARSI er tin,/^ Tire Triii* cadi wajr Sally. Oa aa« aftar MOMttAT, Marek isth, IMS* aad aatll (arttw aaMoa. Two Bmiir TraUia vUlraaaaah way (Bts4a} oaeeptod u BAIL TBAIR LaavaaEaekahat Arrives at Bddreilleat........ kaaeesBddTvifle st Arrives at aeokakat Editoh b«lleT« a| itock. 17-1 8TRIYE TO PLEASE. 1 ean mat* ltUi* Intorvat of psrehurr« to «ali and malM SiebllMlly 8. HAMILL. jgEVERLY B. BOWEB, FAMILY GROCER, —A*D DEALER IN PRODUCE. FKJtSH, BTAPLK OROCKE1KS. wUl Uj gtvan •jx.ci.l to fariiiafatag *Hb mar arUdaa rt\y a 'W D.'DANTELB, Agent, on getiutf lac b«al Uio lowest PHicK. irGoodadWivtttl fr»-« of cbarte. AHD PRODUCE DEALER, Car. St Dlaadtaa ate., Kaekak. d»e o *6i-dir Boots & Shoes.« E VANS BIDLEMAJN, Maa«Csetararsaad Dealarila o o s 9 S o e s Ittmther mnd Pi* ding*, HO.09 MAIJI 8TKBJBT. *®ok.\U«L| Xow4l« Are In dally reeelpt of Ooods.wklck tier «Mrr aBfaa ItOwaslCasb I'rlrci, «rk ..stsea.M. •taer. ruioHt m» Iiaaeaa Boofcafe at...~ .........a:ao a ArrWeoat Aeokak at ItKOO f. aal JOPVaaBeacetafreBTKMkali ^irjbBm ttya«lWtls«Wl»aaJailioiHaaika Thrimfh tiflkfti u low u tlie lowwt fer at tpalatstaMUMlayWasltarBaadSoBtkerBlolra. (Uaaas^labiaaka^a.,aaahaha*atthaOttaa. •afertaleaigat. Tor Iks Oata Oily. :-^-The Indies' BoldiAr^i Aid Society of West Point gave a Betft- ble in the College Hall an taal Tneadij eve.,Which was creditabtl and highljali- teriaiftta^ to all eeeoernsd. The e^eirtng was grand the moon shone forth in her richest splendor, and the stars sparkled in their greatest brilliancy. Th* pleasant* •aw of the eve map. and tha expectation of rich entertainments, assisted mqoh in swelling the number of participants bnt the greatest attraction to vour humble servant, was the fair philanthropists them selves, who, with hearts moved to pity for the Buffering abroad, and actuated by a desire to make those happy around them, labored so faithfully to prepare an entertainment that would be sttiefactory to all that would favor them with their presenee. Their effort* ware crowned with success. Those who participated look back to an evening spent pleasantly and profitably. And wheoever the mind reverts to that occasion, the joy of the remembrance is In i^htened by the thought that others are to be made happy by the bread that we caat upon the waters. Tbe receipt* amounted to about $60, which is to be appropriated to the relief of the sick and wounded soldiora in the hospi tals. And cursed be the man whose heart is so lost to honesty and humanity that he would prevent this gift of charity froa fulfilling its mission. ••leutiou Ilea tHh thetr sau|llM, Respectfully, H. 0. S. West Point, April td, 1863. Am Extafiiaa to Iks Csasral Bute. Copies of tbo Weekly Courier can be had in wrappers ready for applying at the offiee. This number is considered quite a good one, and will do to send awsy.—[Mascaiiue Courier. hi has got out one good paper. Who'll endorse his opinion DRY COOD8. SEW ENASA GOODS. -at- HARRY HILLS, •We S JEMTEM HOUSE. Hsvtnr revived soy Irn iini«l»«-nt of HP6TK0 GOilS i' 11• iv-i.i-- iif everjtbinj umall) kept la a Onr Ouud. stort i oneideriBy the lilgk pure offoeds, 1 sm offeriug tbeni at BA KGA1AS. Aad all 1 ask Is aa examination or My effOC* aad PB1CKB Mm purchasing elaewbare, "HAT 4 IAN NH 18 TVS THUfi." 1 KUP (TILL TDBT AKB GOSS) All Sort*, Shape*, Style* mnd Stripes -or- Y O O S lartrotaa c'.:. BUCKEYE JEAN», WMob ara UR8DKPARSED by an/ la QUALITY aad PBlCu FT* Woa4s sW palms TlWwff%'iSeara tbsnki for past favora, hopin* by strict aiteaUon to boslorse and boneit and upright dealing to merit a cooUniienco of their patroute- OLU AMD YOIIMU, K10H ABO POOB, WB BBKVX ONB ABO ALL ALIKE. (NO. 3 ESTE8 HOUSE.) Marcb 2J, 1M3—d AT WHOLESALE. To Country Merchants PITECHAStNO Y O O S Motions, Hats, Caps, i V CMThW, AC., AC.. •H i. i a ".I DW. Bin CI WOULD A»»OD*CE TO TEX TAASB TBS AH- wrAitflp O O S iParehSMC prarleas to «ka aproat a#e +mmm m. Hotels. HOUSE, corner Jofc»aom n* K E O K U K I O W A 1 AAM'L BSBKBT, Proprietor* ian!7-d „~J,„ YKRANDA HOUSE, I •. ILAVeBTM. ttrm, htmmm lwn pablle lee II, '*-!i patronage. Railroads. LLINOIS AND SOUTHERN IOWA akd Great Wabash Valley HOW OPBS FOB BUSIKKSB, treat Kaokak, lotia, to all I'alata EAST, SOUTH AND N OK Til. This ueW and short route otvrs gr'sU i luda^snMBts tban anr otbee, it being seauck TBI l«Q»TBW AMP HOtTDHUMT I'uii: lurtker aotlre Ike morning Express Tnila will learn H»oillU)ii dally (Ssturds) ettep.ed) st alp. aa uiaklus.ore coaneotioas for a«. Low!a, aarlBfttall Tols«oalBi|laa atoolla* wire, Clallasail/Plltas barf PkllaSslakla, How York •wtaa,aasall Potatala th« Valtai Stattaoe Throigh TiekfU u Low u the Uweit. U7* Bow and elessnt Sleeping Cars run froin Clay ton to Lafe jeile, so that peearngeis coo gslsgao aigkt'e rest wbile puraulb| tbeirjuerae JO* Baggage ekeefced iA«oagk Ira* Kaokak te all pnaoipal Hy PreigtiU by ikls rente will be (OrwarOsd Wltk eiapatch. Over charges and Damages prompUrsaSUad. AATA5 AS LOW JIM A XT OTHZK MOI7TM oacs: cor. aa aad nolo it.,Bt«hak Asda-d mailinp, by CO ZD N. D. KUJNSON, Agaai. PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD] I ilea Will TractT i»r N order lo keep pace with the deiMwds of tbe traveling public, 'be aMnsgers eftkis pe*a lar routr have added many laprovomeBts during tbe year ibM, aad wltk Its eoiiiimiuna It wiUke feme ia all reaprctaA PHttT CI.A9S Arriving in advance ofallothar roatas sr vsa »aiu natas I'iOI PHlLAJ£LPfliA T0 *£W TOM C1TI. IPiekeU fer Stle to leitoa by Bsa! orlkiJ. Moat Tlcfccta Saaa oa amy of til* Bsaad Liae*. Farvto all points a* low Many roata. eiacpina Oara OM MifiliT TKAIRS TO Pfciltdtlphii, Sew fork u4 lalUacn. JOT Baggay* (Sucked Threvgk. Aad Traasfetred tree. Fli EIGHTS. »y thke route, Prelghu of sll detcripiioBtcaa be f)rwaraeil iu aud from l'liitalcl|.i i*. Aev York, HOstoti er Baltimore, to *mi Iroiu «i, point on the Railroads of Ohio, keutuck), lud*ia. iilioola, Wiaconam, Iowa or Misaouri, bV MA1LKCAL Ul UM. CT. The Pennsylvaaia Railroad also soaaacts at Plus k^irg with tiUamers, by wkick troodoeaa beferwafd edtoaoy point oDtkeOklo. MuaklB|ruBi, Keatack, Teiioe*«ee.CuBberiand, illiaois, MtaalsalapA. Wls o»nslBfMissourU Kaasas, Arkansas, Bad Boa Blv eirs and at ClevelaBd.ftanditeky aadChiaMO with steamers to all ports on the Sortk-Woetern I alias MerekanUand hbip^err .nt rusting the I raa Sparta tioa of tholr Preigbt to thi» tunpaii) aB isl] Wta aonldanee on Itsspeed) transit. Th« Matsa of Fr«l|ht To aad from aay potatla tha West bytho PeaaayW nula CeBtrsl Kail road, are at all times Alt PA VOKABLB AB AKK CHAUOKU BY OTHKBBA1L BO AO COM PAR IKK. lo markpackagaa, "viAPaaa. Tr7*Bepartloalarto Cbbtba^ si. H."U II Por ProtektOoBtraclt or Shipping Dlreetleai, ap- Sljr ir- v '0' i '-i MMMtams KTwmov Ms prleea, *»l«a ••aotfarisfM i VERT AD VANTA GEO US TERMS. i.. 1., -5. 1,0'* imittmn sfaasT, (IRON FRONT,) iLBOXneXOWA. to or address either ef tha lolistlsi tsasls ef ii« Ciisnuit* A A.STBWABT,freight Agaat. PHtehvrwk CLAIKKA CO.,Transfer Agents. H. W. BBOWBaOO.. ClnalnaaU.O. B.C. MBLOKim A CO.,Madlaaa,lae. J. B.JIOOKB- Louisville, By. W. M. A 1KB AM a CO., Kvaa*v!lto,ls4. •. P.aABH,«i.Loals^llseaarl. olabkA a co., cbio^o, iu. -A. U. to LB PortamoBth.O B. a'MKBLY, 4 JMOAT0OMKRY. Mays rllla, Kentactky. W. H.tl.U LAHOLBY ,0alll|«lis,0. BvS.PiKiqjB A C©.,Xanes*me,0. B. H. HUUiON.lUplei.O. B« C.MBLDBea, Uwasml Travallag iigaat for taa heath sad Weal. LIVE STOCK. Jhrararsaad Farmers w I llSndUkis tha maotaeraa. eou« route for Livestock. Capacious Yard*, wait watered snd supplied wltk aaatysoafaateaea(have been opeueUuntbUlipeaadlt»eaaaa«Sli ins.aadevary attniiiiun is paW totaelr waats. rem Harriaheiah. where will befoandatari aouvealsmas Ihr frilji aal resting,acbolee Is offered of tko PHlUltNe PHI A, NKW YOKK sad BaLTIMOBB HAIfBBI. fhi-wiilslsobefoand tbe shortest., qalokeslaad asset directrontefor Ntock to New Ysfk-traMlsB town]—and wltli fewer cbangsethaa soy otaor. K5UCH LKWiH.Oaneral.SByt.il AltoaaS, Pa L. L.HOUPT. Cren.TieketAgt ,Phlladalphia H. H. UOU0TOX, Osaeial Prelgkt Ageai, PkllalaatiB. aaTdfcw Sfursery. j^JISQISSIl'PI VALLEYNUR8ERY KBOKUK, IOWa^ TBI Proprietor weald mjteetfelly SBliaftteatlaB te Usates^ or Apple, Peach, Pear, H«a, fa4 OhsrryTraos. Alao Oarraate, 8mt bon-ioa, Baspharries, Blaufchorrlse, OrapoTlaaa, Shrshhoij, At. All lh«ao art *rowa oa tha spot, tlaalsrly adapted to this vicinity. for oMa Pall aad aagt Sprlaf. PitUPlaatingil jrasaaistaadad for all Bardy Ttasa mmmBosBBBsammm tlrocerleSs JJ0BEBT80N 4 McQUEEIf, WHOLBRALB AKD B£TBAI O E S J%o. aad 1*4*4, Jt«s*nA. The Proprietor dastvas to keap «p tk« Vara a dak House aa s Hr»i eiass Boteiand Boarding House, sad reapeotfub, solicit a ahareof T8 Jttain faBraotees liOL'TB to all tk* Baa tern tin*. ThaUaak is stesie kallaatad aadeatirei} fr«e from da*t. Three Dally Trains! From Pittsburg te Philadelphia! (With Close CoBsaclioBf from aottenO«|Mitj All ConBOOtlagdirooita Bow York. THROUGH PHILADELPHIA, And Close Conneetioas at Haniabar^hfot •allleaors aad Washlagtea. From Pittsburg to New York ess taai* avBs sail* (OSj bium^ WITIOOTCUANQBer6411 llreef, Offer* for sale at tha lowest prices Iks follow Castls MHIs Quint, XXX Floar. Made Mills *ulo*r UeableBatra FloBr. Sugar 0ard llaai«. SuaarOarsd Umtd Be«f. Loaf Lard,la can*, for fa»liyase. DrM Paackas aad Jkrisn Apples Bresh Bralts, itt oeas— a laryd assoHSMMI. Mr:"Cbrrait ut Geoseberr) Jtlly. Co|eaiMi'aL«BdMi Maotard, lhirkits' Spices—W uuKTtl para JDaadaileo—aa oaoalleal saketltate »»r c«#aa. Crashed, Powderedaud luauod SwgaHi Haw Vo«kOetdao arrap s $%%% Low's GbbbIbs nvaey kosp. Oysters, Lobsters sad asMlBOO. Pickles, in Vinegar. Tabieea, Sa«» aad Spilt-Peas. •els—o lea peril Pi aver log kxtraels—ulsaperlarqaaBlf. Buck sepertor to BIsmb HOBkKTSOK HiUUBElf, Buck sepertor to HI k 7S Maia Whit* Peiwei Pur sale by liinrlT-d I! KAS! TEAS! I-TEAS We kave on Mnd a large stock ofSaeTsas, selected for our HeUii trade, aitd warxautad to give aatiata* tlon—c'D«t*ttn« ef tLxtrs On- imperial O. P.aad Yoaag flyaoB, Very flu. Il.jcli ^seated Ooloas. A vary oesir*tii. Rncllsk Breakfast Taa. CiHukored Jaiau 1e«. TliieIs tbe kastsnd tnl pure Tea Leaf In Amarlaa. The e seal teat qoaik i.f tl.u Sew Tea, sombli»aS fHMl tiie (act that lo ite iepat alios there i» aa enllaa-eh tenee of artlltrial be i n.i uiail petsoaoas lasredieata oommead It te Tea drinkers snu tbe urado. TMs Vsa eat kefoaad ky Ike po«id er half chest at KOBKKTBOB a McQUKBll. f1!! jyjORE LlOIft.- 'Ibesebeerlber haviag raeelvtd tbe smela«itesgency far tko sate at this pteao el the 1 Nert oti Coat psby Is Bew preper«o to disease of linio ins bsrrel te one iboassBd. aad gaaramecatke artlcir to be eoual te aay aad swpsrter te asat elefed in tbi* market alao Uts test toataad at fr*ai liS lo IMdeg. three belt A. II BB1US, Bo. u Mauauoat, JUatah. ft QC cr. VJAMILJ w apbmb ABtomnrr FRESH CROCCIII18 Coaataatly ob kaad lav ssle gi lowest esak prMai. Jl All kinds Pro'ttiee wasted lor wkiek tha kigbeet a.Biket pilce Bill b« paid. A. D. IL. B.bii-dir ^AMLEL I'OLLOC'E, wi rholoaalsaae Bstall U» MAIM VT1KEET, 4aate-e BBaatK, I«M yyANTKD. Xsn, Porsale by declO-d 1 VIA ALLBHToail. !r.,i,w,y VMS aad Hideo, Brani TimstbySood, rlBXBOOd. Bo«saSs PoeertitehthahlghoatCAMI price* tilt Oeel'-d i ^AH, TAB, A Waolsaalsai aolsaalesBd Bstall,ky a AMI. POLLOCa rife BBLS. KANAWHA A LAKE SALT, lAB'ii POLLOCK. 7K BBLS. COAL 011% I l) The best araado. ... Por sale by lAVL TOLLO®U l«IM 7- BAGS &10 COFFEE. u "»r salohy |Ai'l roUOMt derlO-d II EHION G, BY THE BBL. AND Madue.!, is KAtta/ Hf. Bkls aad BkU. F.r »air by S. Pill 1 Kf dacUMi CALX. bbls Kaaawba Bait YY ANTED. 100 busbsls Priais, Clear Tl •arket prtea br (.ash srptttMl j^JOLABSES. •.a.siuta« W'ix DENMARK CHEESE, 50 for sale hy derIM SAMVBL POLLOCK, tt» Bale KlrOS*. BALTIMORE OYblLRS, Por sale ky BAMCtL POLLOCK, XlSINS, CITRON ANDCUR- HARTS—Per aale luw b* aec U-q SAM*L POLLOCB. 250 BBAHlMt— Porsale by samubl pollock. ittdM w anted" •JOBAUCO. FOR GOVERNMENT BUPPLIBS. iruiM'otatoes, Batter, Otaan Apples, Bass, Oniuus, C'hleksBS, Sesi Pork, Lard, Prime W hlte Beaas, Clear BacaaSIMk Par which we will pay tbe highest atarkat prteala Cash, at il and AS Lavas, by sept«a-d COBKABLB A SMTTB. 7ft be tea, IS Leva) S« baaoe JUdonado S90 CadAtes, seaor.ed breads, Chewlag Tehaoaa, made ia the teat moata in tke rear fur usi.u(actBriagf for sola lew for b, at and ft* Levee, b) sepUtO-d eOBAAiiLA A MM 'hm. •,000 saaks ©. A. MWTarhVlelead la store, lu prime order, (sad la awjaa.1 Ssr-akla low Ux Cash, at AT aad SB l^ee, by jg9*t2 COMKABLB A BMYTW, gUGAR. •0 hhdsPrJnaaB. O. Sagar 40 kbls Clailfled, Qristrd aad Pal Jaatraoaivad, aaaior aaiolew far OdSk, by te»taa-4 i-*'* '4 rr-A CONBABLK a kkTYTH. «7 aod SB Levfa Clear Timothy Seed, at high**! ai 01 aad. SB Lavas, hy COKKABLB A SktYTE. J^RON AND NAILS. W tons sasortad Bar aad Baadla Iroa) Ska teo Natlst A «sneral eud rail stooh of Plow aad CastMaaJL Blaessmlth Tools, Ac., la stoi at ST and SS Lefa*, sale law fer Cash, By oep4t»-d OOBBABLB a RMYTB. i ... ^i..M^a.^,a.d^vr,by^ ^J.HAIN SACKS. l**0t»okaahel Ilprrtaa Baagwo* Blaa yaatr*aalvod,aad a Bxtsa Llaea BaaKs, (la tirM WlH kO aeid low fer Cash, at S7 aad IB LaeBe. hr Myiirti litiii iJOBBAkOJk AS ICE, '§Ski tor sale lew for Cash, atf7 aat# oonaAsMj, mirn. 0OTTON YARH »•"'••vsrEKas^i0-' IS Colored S» halas Baau inad Battlagi 1, 2aat racdlrad aad for aale low for Casb.st 97sod IB Uaaa.hy COMMA BLB a QBANBERRIE8. •*J'*aolTadaad for sals at retailor MWVW BMYtS.