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'i'TSST1 NEWS, i
from Maryland
Pennsylvania
lOfElftll 0? BOOSErS AM!
firjatl Battle Expected in.
Tk*
Tttrrlflc
Cannonading
REPORTS FROM
IIOM) PIPERS
B.O&ECR.ANS ARMY
MOVING
ADMIRAL FOOT* DEAD.
[Timea' Special.}
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Harrisburf, June 2G
The main force of the enemy appears to
lave halted back of Chambersburg.
A large number is conoeutratintc in the
mountain passes, evidently waiting rein
fbrociD't'Dth. hixi tearing to proceed too Car i
this wiiy with Hook«r iu their rear.
Yesterday two rebel cavalrymen were
taken near Chambersburg. They assert,
28 regiments of infantry, 5,001) cavalry
and SttJ pieces of orduanoe, not far from
that place.
Tbe rebel column at ilercersburg nuns*
bars GOO infantry, with eight pieces of ar
tillery.
Germantown is occupied by one entire
division of rebels, who struck out in dif
fsrent'direcliuuh from that pluce.
are momentarily ex pec ted to do ao.
1
New York, June 26.
Tba Herald's^larri'bnrg special says
The citizens are organizing to 6erve in
rifte pita.
The rebel advance still continues in the
•ieiinty of (]arli,lo.
The Su squchannah has risen 20 inches.
At htad^uarlers to-night it is said the
rebels appear to .fee concentrating in the
fihie Hi ifje passes, nod secui far advanced
with Hooker in their rear.
Precautions are -taken to secure tbe
railroad brides from a Bud len desccnt.
R- bel prisouers rej ort Ewell has
regiments of intuntry, 6,t00 cavalry and
SO pieces of artillery.
I Six thousand men, with 8 cannon, were
Mat to Mercereburg, half of which went
to (•Conneilshurg.
It i« reported that Hooker's right wing
Sain Ithe vicinity of Ilttcerslown.
A Carlile dispatch to the Herald, late
in thei evening, buys
It is evident the rebels are doing all
they i^an to mystify us as to their move
meuta, in order to prevent us from con
cent rating anywhere.
Ei^fct hundred rebels are encamped at
allouiu Rocks.
JMiel scouts visited Plainfield and
OMarson sutioas last night.
fenfe»?ed'
v
New York, Jun« 27.
The Worid says, by the arrival of the
Cr^ols we have news from New Orleans
to the -9tb.
CFiveweremen.
J*K'IBfu^/or
.. and perhaps it may be to day. Tiiemoye-jm_
m#,,t8 of ou?
arm'
b#V0
§*AL XU\? promptitude and rapidity, and a feeling of
The Dispatch has a ry*u
Philadelphia, Jane 17.
Junction will be destroyed to-day, thus
severing communications with Baltimore.
The Richmond Dispatch of the 29d
hit. says
It wa« stated yesterday that a heavy
force of Unionists had landed at some
point on Yurk river.
The Richmond Republic aaya:
It is certain Lee's whole force i« north
of the Potomac Kwell is in Pennsylva
nia Lonpstreet is between Boonsboro and
tho Pennsylvania line, and Hill near Au
tietam, accoiupanicd by Lee, and that
Houker is just where he ought to bo.
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llarrisbnrg, June 07.
Pvt\Vt.»d, June 27.
The revenue cuttor Caleb (Ashing Was
run off last night. She was heavily arm
ed and provisioned two months.
Stalin r* were iinniediately sent in pur
suit, and a o now onga^int her. Guns
can be distinctly heard here.
Portland, June 27—2:30 u.
T&a Caleb Cushing apparently oama
to anchor ain^took in aailt, and Wa5 Soon
•Carlisle was occupied at about ~it
o'clock this morning by the rebels. At i after ducovered to be on fire, and at 20
IV o c.ock thsy wwrc three miles this side minutes to o'clock alio blew up with a
of Cariible and were still advancing, tremendous report nothing is now dis
Ogr cavalry force which has been watch- coverable of her from the observatory.—
ing tlueir movements is gradually retiring it is supposed she was blown up by the
and t^e enemy has a i|ne of pickcts ex-1 crow. Tho steamer in pursuit lay off some
tending frota Carlisle to Gettysburg,— distance when she blew up.
Thay| are niovii.g in this direction in'
three columns. The authorities were in
telegraphic eommunication with Hanover
Junction at 11 o'clock. The appearance
Philadelphia,
New York.WT I *Loou.Ua.
71m TnbttM*® Wftthinffton dispatch I ,»
gay* there Is no longer any doubt tb*t a to the Boston I ranscrift,
great battle will be fought iu Maryland,
0f
be6? m/df- Wllh,!
of a
nxtlptdt
an^
Cincinnati, June 27.
Itowcrins' army, "with the exoeptioo—Krtt-4j»se
OATN— 48 lo 8te.
Of one division, moved on Wednesday
night.
Walters in Monroe county are growing
serious. Col. Biddle, who has four com
panies there has naked for reinforcements, i.akd—8® re.
•(id a section of artillery. The re^istants
an said to number 1,500.
MIDNIGHT REPORT.
Headquarters Army of Potomae,
June 27.
The army is onco more in motion, and
will soon be to the front and north of
Baltimore.
Heavy raws make movements stow.
Admiral Foote died last night.
Cairo, Jnne 28.
Major Wilson with a detachment of the
l4th Illinois Cavalry, surprised and rout
ed tho 1st Mississippi Cavalry, near Me-
The Eveniug Post says, tho enemy has chaniesburg, Vai-w country, a few days
not yet entered Carlisle, although they since, killing and wounding quite a num-
berof thum.
Terrifia cannonading opened all along
•«r lines before Yieksburg Saturday list,
continuing till Sunday eveuiog. Besult
unknown.
New York, June fT. ,j
June 27.
A special to the Bulletin frum
«f the enemy's column is hourly leaked I regiment left llurriilu'r^, on Thursday, ^rkHat^y. 911»faaid SMasTiiw tso«to 7
lot. The batquehaunuh is rapidly rising i for (iettysburp, Rnd on Ftiday lnorniiijr .^r old and
and all the irtls will be impassable, arrived there. Philadelphia City troops! W»io|c
Gen. Smith, commanding the troops ou and a cavalry company preceded theui.'
the opposite aide of the liver, considers The cavalry was three mile* beyond
hie jboBiUon impregnable. There is uot Mar«h t'reek, and the cnemv was then iu
•9 nHieb excitement here now aa there I the mountains at Castleton, eight miles
when the rebel." fuat entered Hagers- west. They advanced, and our troops,
T#wn. The great fear is that the railroad after gome skirminl)ing, fell back towardb
aii'l other bridges across the river will be York, »nd are reported to have had some
skirmishing on tho road. At a o'clock
T- Friday p: ni. our cavalry left Gettysburc
New York. .Tuna 27
8h
tbe rebels entered- The telegraph
operator, postmaster and revenue asses
sor escaped before wo left.
A
train of IG freight cars—some with
Col. Jennings' supplies—were run to thi*
Tbe attack upon tbe rebel works at Pt.
Hudson was principa'ly by Weitzel's und ni.le of the bridge,'at the edg. of the "town".
Grover's divtaioas on the right. Oar The bridge and train were afterwards de
»ooj* repulaed with an admitted stroyed by the rebels. Three members of
hi of .0U the city troops mod three of our infantry I
companies of Metropolitan cava!- are reported to have been captured on
par* captured wihin a mile of Banks' Friday ni^ht. The rel*is encamped on
htMd^uarUrs. Walfa I«riu, Lalf a miie this side of the
Our fcew Orleans correspondents®, eon- town. Their fore? ig reporLed to be1
*h.. interest1 ng details of the poaitioo of 8.U00 strong, w.U, arlillery, under com- i
•®"™atI.t-l}.ud*0"- i «"«nd of U. .. lUbinson. *Tluir pickets
it ip said Gen Dudley had offered to were near Oxford, on Thaisiav night.
Utd 40 0uo men tur auoihcr assault upon The relv| eno-impmont exteuded "from the
O* aneuiy s works lhat an order had town to Fayetteville.
bM« iasned authorizing volu.^ers from Tbe editor of the Gettysburg btar hss
t'"*
libers bad been lewer arrival* erf woun-
^r'«rn hofe. b.tn captured, and it is reported that one
(tf
our scouts bas been shot.
Mat N. O. the St. Louis and other ho-1
|*la were filled win. them All U) The Wanderer" of Vienna states that
«k« •OMdwl was Btr.Hly prJnbiud. wum»n, reading at Geew, am.U town
©•n. Magruder 1. aaid to hav^,
Wlth.
the black regiment* in Gen. Banks ar-
are
The Enquirer has the fallowing special,' biting"of dogs on their calves and thigha
Maryland I dated hhody H«»n, 26th, 9 p. Gen. I, jg frightful Hundreds of them have
Milroy left for Baltimore, and General
Pierce takes command.
The rebels evacuated McConnelsburg
Mill *l1ctmcinf retreated toward-* Chatuberfcburg.
in jRcnn#ylran*a. ten miles this side of Hancock.
a outs rf port fcccfl reHl inUutty
A pilot from Southport reports 40 sail
aarnan l\ «k mMtn tfcO
at' were destroyed by a pirate Steamer
off Cape Sable vebterday, and tbe day be-
Vicksburg! i lore several large vessels were destroyed
models of neatness and older,
and' lhat but one man in the: »h°lc
U wertcdaitbat Richmond is held Never were men seen to fight with more
•j by not over 4,O0l). dauntlesscourape and devotioiD than those
ana The Richmond Dispatch of the t3d
says lhat Vicksburg must /all without
~r\n f\{ a mirar.lf*.
battle
Wl.]|„ on
Bath, Me., June 28.
llarrisburg, June 27,
Itebel pickets nre within eight mill*
RICH-! Hanover Junction. It is expected the
bridges on the Northern Central R. K. in
the neighborhood of York and Hanover
com-
punighed for ttl8«onduct.
Every man presenting himself to ue
to be rccruitcd strips to the skin, to be
battle to be rccruitcd
at Riir Prm-k Gun J&rtt Tennessee, on surveyed by the Burgeon. W e do not ac
Friday last betw^n Hucknerand the oopt one half that offer. j)n Juesday
Federals un'dpr Burnside. The Federals out of *2, only 33 were accepted. I bavt
that with heavy loss, i directed my surgeon to keep accurate lists
were re
BaniHi^
anft-Buakuer cil. back to Clinton to cover to me that not one in
tfaoxville.
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POTATnEh—80 to Ms. a*tall 91 16a.
Bl'TTHH-Sc to lOe raUll «?»to Ijla.
KULiS
C'HICKKSS—11 U to I SO. I
BACON—Khouiiiera, *e) HIM Hie*4,
OSlONg—si ii. I
WB ITt UK A ss-CammoB t«(«o4ll f» te 917L
Prim© Navj SiiiSII M^-riTU.
TALLOW—'le.
New York, June 2T.
1
OBOtEKlEI.
Rt'UiR-Ht* Otleana fatr 1»^| prtwa tt|«t
aioK»i4 Kc* Tork, 14 v«w Vurt, A, lS)c
•Tuahadand powdered 181.
MULANNKS Uelcbar'a Kagar no«»« "4« Ool
drnSTr»j/M®HSc—*fn aearc«i SnrgnB 35A4Sc.
uFFk-it-Kicw#*** iacajr* u
KICK—JH® l#e
KOIIA—: u Pe.
SOAP—Palm SJc. Family Gc. Oarmar Tie.
CAN 1)1.Ks Star 17 ti In Snmmer Prna.'d 12(9Mc
Tt AN-Yc ui,r llvwc «i 1(X#»mis, IBp*rtal,«l W
#«1 bm lllack,:5c«ai 40
TOHACCO.—l)jrk Sweet,4«'.' to Vie lledltUB BttadS
SSr to lulj aii! Natural l«af. CUc to USc
5A1I.S —Heat Brand* »'. 85 lo #5?|6, ratea.
GLASS—HxI© City $3JU, r*tra.
CORUAUJt—ISc .o ISo.
1
KIKH-So. 1 Mackerel.Mile. «||400te ttSl
do Intntt fill
^o 9
Ke. 1 do blfbhla l|t«) to 98 33.
Na.
S 00 ,« oo
to
lilfUbll.
6*e:
No citix e n s a e a o w e o o e o w i a i i e 9 3 I
SKKI.s-t»m
Uo!
The steamer Taylor arrived with 6U0
disabled soldiers from below. They £r9
atMRl to Jefferaou Barracks.
9? 86.
N o
I VVliile Kith 91 5J
RI'NDHIER.
I.RATHKK—S,.|e30i»3.',HarneL,'Jh«43.
HI0K8—Dry Flliiil'j|c. Dry aalled 10, (rubbybalf
price green
g'eea aheej pelia 1UcC*1 W,
green hon akliniie.
HAV-rioiothy.98 to tie, baled 9isso«9u
ihy 91 to 10 mas Bead, 6099%
SlOTniliHl.
FKA I'HKKS—30®4e.
FRt'lT—Utiad AprletSK'tr tx'r ft. Dried
il) to lK|t. Ratal n
a 9S (Vi|l '.3.
f'H KKSK— Denmark 1" lo 1'J s,c.
BBKK CATTI.lt—t!i*»c frota.
8Hl£EP-9JMi«3l)0 #he»d,
WOOL—cieau tub walked, SBc to W« IhwiiM
one thlid leaa.
NAM-Lake 9 l*»S3 10
OILS—Coal Oil, 10 io 46o) retail 60. Mnaeed Oil.
91 3y»$i -V Lara o.l, sue to 9l00f Flrt Oil.91
to $1 4(1.
Bht«WAX-10 t" S5c
VAT aocik-93 4«to 9315 aett.
K AOS—Woolen Cotton Se.
OLDIkOR—la 9 %. iraaa 10c Copper
I7c 9 ft.
Kioaaxac.—Oa Kev Yora peroa»t.baakabM
fnnda Philadelphia, Boatnn and Claelnaatl n par
pent. Ht. l^iQla aud Chteasio v per cant- Gold S0O
1oS2c baying.
DHV
/i A»na
SHBETIri,r
I,JV
to30o.
OKILl.it—US to 37»ie.
Pltl^rH—J4 to MM.
DKLAI.NS—I.* to »7c.
0ISUHAMS-21 lo Ne.
1
CHAljWlCl fe COATS SPOOL—fl «S.
SkKIN THRHAH-ei SO to
Hnnover
Junction, .Tune 27ih,sayB Col. Jennings'
91
IS.
FaHMKHS A MKCH CAS«1 UKRi—4S US»C.
SKIRT 1IKAI!—lo
00.
91
CORSfcr JKANS. SO to 86c.
to8RtMS~«e»g7ta.
TlU4l«G-VS lo 4e.
i»Y TKLtoaAPII
Maw Vsrk Markal*
New Verk, JaastT.
Flour—Dull, and unaettled Enira Hiute and Koaad
Hoop Ohio iiatet Arm. Salea at 93'45i#9S 75 for Kztia
Stai'- 92 tk«90 no K H. O
Wheat—Bteady, fair demand. Saltn al 91 IS
Ml
for spring 91 7tA91« Milwaukee CUb 9IM«
91 «0 fu. Winter Had.
Corn—Ir lv»er. Halea at
Dew
prime.
1
,n Hungary, luu been aaloly delivered of
wk°'wub ,k'umh"'ut
1
Beef—lu 11.
Whlaky—Sl-ady. 44a.
Qroeeriea— Hmel.
[at TaLBaaaPH.]
•(•eat KtarKaSe
Mw Tart, |«mR.
Btoeka—Ctoaed aironc and belll«r.
Sett—Glueing U6
Wttey and Bxchange—^Unchanged.
U.S. s'a.'si couponi, ludj do reg lata
red, 104.
U. H. eoupont. 101,
r. S- S'l "SI eoupjaa, 108.
New 1'ivatury 7 S IU-8S.
U.K. 1 tear c-riiBoate, SUJ.
Drugs, Ac.
WHOLESALE 1IRUU HOUSE,
1
94
I
JUi/tin
ikfrcef,
KEOKVE,
low
ate
A.J, WILKfifSOtf,
Solo Wholesale Agent in ^soknk for
i. C. AVKR
k
CI., entt WetUra Cotl 111
L.JW.M, Maae.
ber rr Perioral,
Sareaparliia,
Agiw Cure.
gathartic PHIi,
ln»«ir
tlluaalnatiag C«al01l,
Utfidiirited Heaaole,
latomatlag Uaai
Special Notices.
j^-T—wea-ifc
JlraJtc'i Plantation MHttert.
They pnrlfy, etrenrt^en and Invigorate.
They create a healihy appetite.
They are *n antidote tr change of water and dlst.
Tk*r overcome eflecu o dueIpali a and iatebonri.
They atrenmlien the t)at est and enliven the Hind.
They ^twcM nUiMiituii int-rniiltenl bvara.
Thar purity tbe truth and acidity of tbe alomacb.
They eur« Ilyapepala nul Corallpallon.
They cere Diarrhea, Cholera ami Cholera Morbaa.
They ctire Uver Complaint aDJ Nmom Headache.
Th^
tlK wemk
le commenced a flank movement of the causes of rejection. They report ureal r«torer. They are made of purr m. Croi* Rom
ijttecn i* free from
1
marks of severe lashing. More than one i'"4""™
.. i- i- i to air ar time of dar. l*»rtn uUr 1 reenmaiuiKlad to
balf are rejected because ol disability
arising from lashing with whips and the
their backs as larpe as one of
your largest finders. I intend to have
these memoranda collected arid published
with certificates of surgeons."
Commercial
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C«ftRCcTti» DAILY »1
S li A I L. JU
WHOLESALE GRiQCER,
100C*RMt Fourth
and Main StrerU.
Dailt Oat« Cit* Ornri,
(mci Jutia 36 *es.
I'KODl Ci: AND FKOViaiON*.
Pl.OL K—.SupprSLe N. Sprint tt beat
|), Pill Wb»n KiU'ti :«i.
1
COU* Mi:AI.- i*AaK- 9 10U a't
HKAS AN DiHOKTa—TO^TSt# IWtft*.
61111' MT/f-JWc.
CORK—Sf to Jl( haah.
BAHI.KV-7ic lo (I 16.
WI1KAT—Kail SOofMl 00 apriaf TOtiTM IM,
ti,.. world. They n«k«
nan atrowt, and are eabauewii naiure'a
celebrated Callaaya Hark, routaand li^rba.aud ar«
rite
at# piraoua r«4uiriu a If nil* atioauiabt. Kvld by
all Grccara, PraKCtata, Hotela ami S iloone
V l)gAUkt 0.,«1 Broadway. -NewV^rk.
Kui,I bj Aa4r«w J. U llkiuaan
JaMkalpi Matu^t kawkuk.
TBEDISEARER OF EBROt.
Ltt MaUditt Hmnr
T. Mm S. Ordeti, M. II., author aad pablMsi
the ab«ye work .do b'reby pri'mlw and agree to «*nd
)fr« of cl arge' to auy jouiik who will write (of
It, a aatuple o«p ftr pcraiial. The proper aludy «f
•lai-klBri la Mad. This valaable woik la iaaardasd
•em forth for tbe beoeBt of anfferliiit humanity It
|r«ata In almplr lafifoaxe'on all lite dl»ea»»» of Error,
fin ludlng: Hemlual Weakr ,aa, Mer«ou iKl iUl."-, lpill
taulou, Molaii.boly, luaaiilty, W aanu* leray, loipr
|o««y. he., he.,—ftvlng afe, apeed an^ eCectoal
|raacri|'lioua for thalt jn-imautui tare, lojeihar with
much Taluahl* li.formation All wbn favor tnr with a
Seaire to read my work (hall raoalre a tample copy by
frtoro mal fre*) uf charge
Addmaa JoHSB.OOOW, k,
So. Co Kaaaau Mraal, Jiew Ytsa,
May30-dAw3m
TO CONRIMIPTIVES.
•»I1E AOVKRTlpKli UAVISiU HE Kit RKBTOB
e»l to btallh In a few weaka, l'j a rtry alinpl*
remedy, after having aufTared aerenl yean with a
aevere lun(t afleeiion, and that ur*ad diaeaae, Cou
anniptlou- I' annoua to makakuowu lo UW fcltow-Mi.
farara the ntaana or core.
To all vbo daalr* it, ha will Mod a copy of tb* p'»
•crlption uacd
v
free of charge,) with the dlrerllooa for
preparing and uatog tbe Mine, which they will Bud a
»r*k i n» (or ConauiirrioB. Aithdi, lia x-niTia,
ac. Tha only object o[ the adv ertiaar Iu aendiog lb*
Krearrlplio# la to Uen«fl! I be afflkud. and apraad ID
forutatioo which kacoucelrea to U» invaluable, aad k«
bupea every aoffrrar will ir bla icbioiIt, at it will «o*t
them nothing, and may piove a Llaaalng.
Kev KUWAK1I A WU.SON,
Wllliaiaaburj, Ktuga Couuty, N«w Vork.
MfW OS
Sl RVKYOK'S OFKICR,
KeokoV, Iowa, May 97, lSSt
NOTH'I.—To all peraons having Kuna, revofvera
vtltola, or maaltloiia ol war of any kind for aal« are
ordered ao« to nrdtaiwae of tbe aame witboot Bret
ohtainiug a permit from tur oi-nitmi br oriler of
the Special Axnntof tbe Treaaary Qapaiiaaitit. Al:
peraona viola'.iug thl* order will be liable lo baveeact
yooda conttacatwdaae ol tbw OoverDuaei'laf the
United rtiaiea. JOHN HTa^NTB,
anayKS-dtf kurrvyor and Collector.
I. O. of O. T.
SuwatAM Loi»r., !to. 1. meetaon Monday
KTetllwg* ol each week. at7 o'eloek. ia M»r
Mai: K.oth aid,' on Main between t-.lyhtb atio
tiiiih Htreata (u'r coraeiui fc.iglilti alrael.)
ocli.-7—d
Watches &c.
JEWELBY.
Hm &
SAJU'L. G. BRIDGES,
No. 1 Estcs House,
COBNEH 6T1I AND MAIN RTBEETI,
DEALLK IN
TIIECELEBRATEDAMLIiltlW WATCU
i:NGI -ish
WATCHES,
8 W I 8 6 WATCHES,
la Gold and Silver Hunting f'ases.
FINE GOLD JEWELBY,
or kvkrv dbsoription.
IHaaMrad Oooda.
*i#H,ta,
Owlti i ^atoW
»nt« cu
mm,
Ai«c«iata,
Croaaoi,
Kya,
Be* la,
Charmt,
Matiout,
Bus* lea,
J«eck
i
'tulb
Miniature
Stoda,
OaaU rtM.
has.
aobr, Hapkla, FtaH, Kmeraid, Oarsat,
Opal, Piaia and Seale R1HOSL
Coin Silver Ware*
Ts®la"^»*«a. Sugar flpooaa. Salt Spoona,
I."* 7'-,"0po» ua, De.aeu Spoaua,
rabie forks. Butter KiK... Pie Knivia,
Te« Kmit
4
ii^,
i,aJle»,
Uobioli,
ttttvor i biaibl
Jell,
Cbildfui
Saffciu utf*,,
UJ.JN
hall t- elUrt
SILYEK PLATED WAKE.
Dutrli,
Btaier Koivae,
Tea Seta,
Halvert,
lea Rettiea,
ttarry Uiabea,
Table Spooua,
Uaatnr*,
(iobtela,
I, e Uowla,
Lad lea.
Dcaaert RpoonS,
Hyrap tlupa,
Comaauuiuu Rata.
Tua Bella,
Card Receivera,
1'ea Sp -wtii,
Puiaa,
Cupa,
Pome,
Napkin Rluga,
ICE riTCUERS,
SO U LI WALL, Ik* srtLBI.
FANGY GOODS*
Writing Caaea, Fine .-cia«oi a/
ake, Pociei Knivet,
Shell Ooiiiga, Table Lutiarjr,
bnflalo Hair RrmAaa, Fa»»,
Co ID lie, Papirr Macbe Boiea,
Card aaea, Dreaaii'K »»-a,
Phi I Mouaipe, lrareliug Haaa,
Brooie iiri,amenta, Woi-r» h«'iu. Plpea,
Uill Bp) l,ia,,'i,
oil,
BFXOTACljBia.
Oold Hilv r, Bt««*l, t'olort-U and Oerman Silver Bp«e
tsirltia aud fcyaii
Glasses Fitted to Framea, any Foooa.
GOlaD PENH.
Tke noetrelenraiMl Uold Pent, all tiieat Oold aad
Bad Sliver Moidera. All our beal iWi War
ran lad. Pana KcpoiaieJ .pi
O K S
04MIWDKH CLOCKS, entirely ut» Hyte,Ifreilif
Mtnib, day of lIio w-«k, da ul me in .nib. AIM
day and so Iioui weighi and puiig clecke.
ALL WAKKAMTKO.
niLITABV UOUDS.
Hworde, Belie, Raabee,
sirapa, BuUoui, bugloa,
Hate, WreaUia Ouid Braid,
Silver BraW, Oold Tsailea, ('heevrun*.
Presentation SwuMs made to Order.
Pistols! Pistols! Pistol*!
Coll a Army auJ Nary.
Col la 4, aud «.K laob.
Biuub A Waaaon R*.l afid8a.S.
Pu*da.
PreeouU'a 5avv.
*r.cou'« I'atent
AU eeSar* WlU reealve prompt aUenUen.
TO OMWEit.
Watcbee. Wall Caaet, silver Ware, tlalr Work,B»
bhMU.anu Jewirj or ever unaertpttoa
aad-to order.
Watch Repairing-.
ClruB»aMii, Kutluh Stiver and A me riots
VV^tobaa ro|»alr#U and adJuaioi the Tary
boat #t)|e laiafloable.
trr Clockt and Jrtrrhy lltjtairtd. *01
OOX. MA IB AMI) 6TU KTKKMT8,
ap«»-4 KEOKUK, IOWA.
KEF TONGUES.
I jastreaetfad aad far tale by
Orrn i PiTTiacao KiU-aoAD am* C'oai So..)
81. Loaia. Jut IS, i
PROPOSALS AUK rNYITED FOE
jL riroli|ilD|tUi(Ximfwii «ilt
lh.OOO Rail-Road Ties.
Tbe Tea to be of oak, waia'ii cherry er red elai S
feat long «t* iocIim Uilfli with 7 loehea fae*. (heired
on tw ai4««
To t« itoliverert at Rait St. Lonia. on the river bank,
"r bcfi. re the ISth day of Heplrupbrt »f«.
~P«vm^ni» »iil bf made la CMh, on JfllWPJ.
Bid* «lll b« r»relT-il fnr p»ru (uT*r 1,000) or Ik*
wbut* of th« eatlra lut
JOU HOW, Vraddant.
Addreaa M. KA£H0N, Hupertntnidfnl,
JrW-dlm Corner uf Vloe and M»in strartl.
J0HJ fKASKH,
J^RASER CLARK,
MERCHANT TAILORS.
THIRD STBST, IVEAK MAllf,
In lluichtcaon and llewey'a old ataod)
KEOKUK, IOWA.
CUie Sulla made op In the I at
eat atylt, MMfc of
Ooata, P*nU and VeUlniu on luad.
JPfM'artlcular atlaDlion paid to entUoC-
ASON,
SAM'L JTM
56 Main Street*
mjOCRN-3 BLOCK, BET. 24 & 34,
Sookuk, low*,
Has juat itl tlic
STAPLE AND FANCY
Dry Goods Business,
And wo
geo
!,1 lake tbla ni'thnd of
ra'. i y thai I: i ke, v
iforni (t $ the l'u),Ua
imiiujU} vi liiinl
Brows u4 Bi«acke4 HiiUni, Prints
Cottoaade, Wool DcLaisci, Popliaa
Oinfhami, Lawi, Linnena, Case*
brica, lie., &c.
All Hilda av I lu.N, fr IB a la'k lo a ten penajr.
A few very Bo*
OZUkPX BXLA.WXJS,
Aii'1 a wall a* e.to,| gtnrk of
tABM' «t OBMTft BOSmRT,M.M.
HaTlni parch»«#1 our Ko»da (h« def Una tn Cot*
ton, we will enablctJ to aell it t«t luw
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE,
•ft IK A IN RTREET.
iry w o OL wantkd.
MyO-Ja
E K S
Ban and Sacks
IraM tOk. SSlt
t* a SOO lb.
NORTH
WOOL 0.f«,
PUIHTKl) WITH
A ropriiU Braid*.
C. H. EAEHIOH.
3-20
6 PES CUT! bOUHMENT Wi.\,
npHhSK AH* rAUatP "IIVR TWKR'
k«#afi4o wi.il# tli^y are twm'9 year Hoodi.
UtOT mi be reiir^uti'tf Uit Ow* r».a fui in GOLD
at aru Viftar \oara
Legal TeMer ..oi. .or rbrrka up* u Fhtlad^ipMa or
New V rk that wUl brine Trb(l«r«, ai« wballlN
liloVi uto iti r*-e«vr
h-jni» ar« »M at Kak, Ut« iftt'rMl tw coasmtftM
th« tin (iu |ir llti*
oiti«k)r.
Thi» B»)nd« eo»»l ir Goi.9jlkrt*p+r
ct-ui, rvery a i uiMli» or \h Artt Jav oi Mt) %/a So
at ihr Mini in of ai any flufc
irea»ijr tit ^f•w \o'fc .u ha?»
Cuu| U ail jroii have i. u i# cut U« proper
off ofoacti ft* ruontln an» fo'lKl it
The dalie* oo import fr0Ba all mi from atf*ad
uu-it t»« paid tn HOLD, an^ thl« 1* lUc way ^ccratary
CUASE klU? Lit CoM
bta tbat (L« B-DJl»bail t# FU?
IK Kil l) (iur.
Vou cau iisTc thrr ^'oupou Houd« pay«bl« to tM
Bear* r,or IuHonow, to ourordvr
Tfceforiu-r «r« V '», l«r» .Ws, iml UHt) tb*
atUrui amr siiioulU, aiao 9& 00-*c aiJti $iot-UUV
Too will not havu to i»65 arsy ta*f« If
Tour I'lCOfkC itnm tl»^« tot tw*' 9aua—«od e«
all alo,v
9600
you will oolj k**a to pay oi.e-lalf aa
much liHvme Tji at ir uur money waa inteated U,
Mnriim'',. I Iber Mviiiiilea 1 tie », pr.-me Court o:
I'll lied htalc. li. e Jj.t l«ldi't tbil i.o blalo, or CUy
orCoumj can lai •«. ri mem lioud"
All who »itb to lu»o*i iu tbe Vive- twenty LoaO man
ayply k.lora Ua la* e i La.V tut.
J. COOKE,
Subac-iptloti Aitetii. Phtlade'plll*.
Tht Keokuk Rraarb Kaak aad ThoMysaa 4
C«. art aulhorUtd la rtrcltr babacriptlon*.
lcl0-dW
k A O U S O K O
FURSriTXTRE.
KARLE, SCI1ULZ k CO.,
WO. 142 nam BTrbw, aawm.
Have now ou lurnl, and aro tH r^eMrlag a wtll aft*
»ctu(2 «to«k at itl txud* at
Parlor, Chamber, Dining lioom and
Kitchen Fnnutnre,
Whleb trill be aold aa rbeap at poatlble POK CASH.
Ujr* All kladaof Furniture made to order. Be
pairi'iK- Varnlablu* aad UpholiMrtaC neatly d«as.
J^£USIC ST0RL,
-Of—
E. KAMMER
MAIN HTBKIT, BETWrni 4TM ANB 1TB •«.,
KK.OKVK, IOWA.
Canatenlljr oa hand the beat k ind of new and ImprWVM
Ovaratrung
I A N O S
Aad Elegant Piano Stools,
TRRll liO HARnONItl*,
For Church and l'arlor use.
KBLOOBONS, VIOUMB,
IpS Bit ethrr kla4 er MBSIcsI lastraSMMSe
Alao the lataet and moat popular Mheel Maalc*
Tuning and Brpalriag at Plaaoa dona to give fall
eauafaatloa.
I alto eonnerted the Bepalr-
t»ghave
Cairideeaail alaaa.
a MeQBMR.
of Waticbea.Clock*. *nd Je»el
and baeealtrayaonhanda
astortiucnt thereof.
j^-dA«lr B. KAMMHM.
yy M. B. MANN ft CO.,
Globe Tobacco Works
Drugs, &c.
KEOKUK,
aM si-d
H/1. ouuk
». A. •*«*.
To
well & Coh
DRUGGISTS,
Oeraer TkM sal Mala Its,
iOWA.
pAlNT8, OmS AtfD tAHNIRHES.
Ground and pry Colora l.lnafed Lard, Carbon,
Tmiuera, Neatafooi, Cattor and Olive Olla i Copal a
and Hanian Varnubaa, Ac- at market price*
by Hi VOWKJ.l. fc o,,
uulild IS) Main a treat
YlitaaIN"IS*loto
DO W GLASS AND GLA8&
I WAHK.
from S0»40. blaa*ware of all daaarlp*
U O a I
meytl-d
Jara ol Ike laiaat paitei na ari ive.
8. U V uWttL CO.,
lfll Mai a am*.
jiAT'EWT MEDICINES.
All thl popalar Medieloe* of tba day, ooaspHting
Jayna.', Ayr»»', «rao»uburg a Co 'a
S. H. V'oWKLl. a CO.,
»a»SJ-d li, Main air—t
nKKI I MEllY AND TOILET AH
XT I'1 LkS.
A eai. 'l ami larled aaanrtmvnt of tbe Bueat Toilet
Koapa lUn in luci hxira'H, Hair Hroali." aud Comba.
Ju«t reamvedoy S. VoWlLL A Co.,
lit Mam otreal
Miscellaneous.
A. KING,
•aia fttaMrt. Mwhb lM*a4fla4 TkM
NEW AND.JAII10NAHLB
SPUING (JOODS
FOR
jmiUinerp ST MMreB* Making,
llOUUIIt
BONNKTT8,
KIBBON8,
II ATS,
JOHN !l. CAVKMIKR,
I LaiaCoKxial SSUt Hag.t Mo.Tel.
•OWAiUI) HOVVHg,
I^la hief Clerk la CMB*e tnr rf W*
ci'.aryed »..! ,,era
WAR CLAIM orricn,
Afc 68 North Third Strtet,
I (Hearty eppoalte l*oet OStM
•T« r.orts, ... nntonii.
CAVENDER & BOWSE
W i (|re
their atieolten to ik« oll.ri,u„ ef Baak
Pa Boaiu.o. aad .11 nihe. He«,r.A. .,.l„al the
(•averameul P.o.looa obiainad ^.ra
Client V ou. hera hoU(lt, aol.i oreoilned.
a WWII Voucb-ra prepared Car
i payment.
XKrKKKNCBS.
Hoi. Kdw.Ha'e« All n,i Gei, U aabingtor C.
Hon ^loufgoiaer Htair t'oaimaaier l»ei.
Mj.N. V. »«.!..» I'a.aaxtn at hNH
.ir|K~teri hin'Oi. Peyna«te, I liarh'! HoldUv*.
MaiorC. P. K. Jutmnin. PajaaMrrf.,r Mi.eourt.
O. C. Hale. *:»j tanier Male R,ukoa. lawa.
H..n II R^aer. A^Jiu-nl tier.ei al Io#«
John C'irby, l«q Hacker, ht Joaepb,
McKltianv, Daniel I ... Hiirii.f I,, i.i aud lUlla, *•.
.airii Sprague K«ile A Oo It.eioa.
M'»an. Clark, lo Ig« A Co Hew Vafk.
Hun. f). I) P.lle) vt,
uia
M' a»ra Parin.it* ()u.. Ki. Lonia.
Mr«r». 1'onnu, Hci.u,:.,
M.-.w* 8 itavia A Co
W. MOM, K«m Vandaiia. IU*.
Uao. W. Pace, fe.aq alaaa.llla. BMJt illr
3 3 a s
O—
BURLAP BAOS,
Ll.ViiV B.iUS,
Meamless Bags,
O U A S
Keokuk Bajj Factor),
101 MAIN STREET.
A S
Of ail Kinds and Siseej
on Hand, or made and
printed to Order.
Keokuk Bag Fselory,
ioi JUJX smwir.
•uyl4-dly
I N K
IJA^K
BBTOIVD Enbrvn-LM
For the a' innioilaiioti ol the irav
elluil pablir:, the oudaratffne,! have tw
ttbliahe.ia II
AH.Y
JOHN
1
jumviBAL, anaaoimi.,VC
U* Vbc trido their ColebraUni Bra
i i u i
Blackberry U't, *a. Matin's
Hlackberrr I'a. Wat. B. Mean'a
Blaekberry Mi't.
Jf
Hud Brai 0,14 Ibe., Creole 1-4 ltt*.1
Pi Id. of the Union I 4 II,«.. (jiape Jolee 1 -4 Rft
fohHaar Klooti'lera. Hiaekenake Twlal.
W a Maui,', "pouge Cake. jNatoral Leat*}
B-iie lJrwot-(Sn»0/lghi tba.i
Win U. Masa'a Extra 13-incb Twiat.
IO* The aWwstloa of Jebbar. rMpeetkilty aoiieited.
jt9!Miai wrau w. ataaa oo.
LINK OK UACKT fr«B Kddy-
vlllir, via Oakaiwaa. Halle Fontaine, Kaaa'ina,
l'u»«aiiuii|-,Maudyv]llr. inilianoia,St. Charlee,
u-r»eti. to i.ewi,, in Caaa eoui.')
liaeka
u n
pa II u
in Conner l.u wiih tba arrival aad da-
re o
llif Car, al LJ-ly V lie.
W'e ha, e comfortable Uaok, aeod eiock, and will
not keep in our oupMy any ot'iei Ukaa the qoatcai*
ful iMid bnneat dri«era. We Invite Uie patreaage al
tbe traveling public-
LATHKOP ft GODUAHD.
May 12S, ISC] -dtf
V I 3 V S O A i
PALMERS
u
I E V I N E A
Tb* Beat aat Psrsst Tiasru iai Oas
i MAT BK HAD AT WHOLESALE O*
(MtCenvBBseaCs,. IBB aataest.,
And at itktaiL of Kellogg a Blrgo, Kobortton a
i i e e e a 8 i k
Bo«.«*rl) U, li wer, t»nt r^wp'-ctablt Orviert iowrrall) a.
Ala", I'l'Hfa. fSi) OOMJtf&ftClAL VlNKUAho.,0
•taiull) ou liaiul. ai-r-ltHlSsi
I Y O E Z I A
01SSOLI TION.
Hi- fo i^irtnerah't' horetofore existing between tbe
uudvialirueti »aa d,e»uitNl by atntaal coua-lk oti May
IStq, IM*3 Bitber part) leeeiaestaad to uae tba aaaa
Ol tbe aria la tiquidaUoe.
Watches^ Music, SLG.
R. Y. Vn BAILEY,
is
WATCHES
Clock*, Jewelry, Silver
AWD
PLATED WARE.
Witehei, Clocks, lud Jcwtlry Krpilrod.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Piano Fortes, Melodeons, Cuitars, YL
olins, Flntes, tifes, Aocordeom,
Clarionets, ice., Ac.
lattratilea Book a for the iitlstsai
aiaSi 4tl lualrawaBta,
Tiolifl and Guitar Strings, Sheet Mosie.
Tha teigeat aasertaianUa the lute. bater*kUea
tiona Jom jr*c*l?t4
A I,RO
OVAl. KRAMKB, for Pbctogrwba. OILT AtfD
Huaawoon mocldinoh, Pi.aih, WAVBD ano
QINAMkKTti..
Ho, 73 Main atrerl.
»pl7-d
Miacellanoona.
A P0KR rOH THE TIIEI.
Ob I wko would wear a eeedy Coat, or bedijr Slttm
Veat.
Or faata all threadbare, old aad Dora, when aew oae'S
are lUc beat V
When I) um ao cheaply aetla a aeil of beauty rare,
la flt aad faahiot jmt tit tkun, ev'ry maaebouid wear.
Oil I who would want le wear a SUM, tbe style at
gone jean,
F,l*c#a,oio»»,",d'"*daerrta
IO,,",A,Mebr
neurnins «ti. Collara, „t .u
BY
Wber»eu«» ol age and aerrlof longaa ev'ry aeaa ap
peal i
Wbea 11 Stern baa each a et*«k, at Imu ae NT) hm,
That ev 'rjr body woudeta. bow be can eel! then aet
Obi wbo, from aredlt Tail
ore, hla cletblng e'er wuatA
buy,
Aad pay a price for ganueate, be kaotra le awh lew
blyb
When 1) Kiera can tail bloi, aad St tie anua and ate*
A(4 |lir a tour arluli il ail) Malt U« Prlca.
Ok! trha would have tbeir little beya aad jrwwtka at
larger aire,
Ajpyear to ababby farauBtebefore ibe public eyee
eii'ii 11 Sietn't hoy'a CloU.iag before tbeai W array«4
Aud Peieuta can rwuoKlu by anjiag BaADT Maag.
Ibea If you «iab far at.er PaaU, er Veal, orSblftt,
o» 1 oilar»,
-Or llai,dk« eattCa, trr Socka, ar.d wast te aave je*r
lvtl.ra,
II. Siern'a ke tare to f»— there la b» "tber piaaa,
(Hi Bali, Kuatt, uatf tka Urat you can aee hie aaiU
lag face.
•». ITCBN,
Ma Mreat. ketteta tat aad ee, Keobak
ap30-:3«i
^AVI\0 IS GAIN
Economy is Wealth.
Great Bargains from Mew York A na
tions arriving daily at the
NEW YORK STORE,
Vntmsiair fl Hw Istst Bssts,
MAIN STREET.
We bat to Inform or ra«t«K»Oft tUl
our Lu^ it a
a cak r» »-l T«i»laf« uf tta
liu pau.t iu I', ai«i c«r*4
tin uiitai* UKKO"1 OOviiM almk
u -W ofl»rr at t*v«i i) oi'l i-rire. W#
»*rrty
sak an
trial
^t
tbu
Butt
UeoitVibc« iMUi ol lltt fMi
IH«( Uo
N E W Y O K 8 O
CoaUaaaa UbelAa
dreapest Store
in
awyS-41r
J. A. LBK,
I J. X. HlttHAM.
|K.«oku*. June nth,
1M®»
I CO-P ABTNKBSHIF
Tba nadctalCMd baveaaoclat«dtteuiaalvaatatetlier
under the nauie aud aiyl of l.hB A KVANS for tbi
Mrpuae of trataaitina a guoeral I'iaui 4n«ni
biainiaea. Tbe partuerabipto data from May 'iSth. ISS3
jamk« A, LKM,
HtatvfMt,
Jow* tsvAtin.
Keokak, lope 17, J90S.—d
UNION CAKBiAOE SHOP.
featwsta
M)th
Keokuk
Our thirty jeara' exprrleme la tba
Dry Uouda buaiaeaa it equiaaluit
T» a lavini lea per wit le tic
Tooor frl#id*
Pirthuir.
Id
ll'InoU an UiMoarl
wo will fat-/c ott«rvo
That any party pnrchaiing Ten Dollipi
Worth of Goods, at the New York
btore, will be allowed fnll
terry age.
A LAKUfc LOT
or
apMBc anb
smnca
shavMi
aANTlLLAB, LACK, PlalNT*,
Juat reealvad. A fall aaaortaacat of
Hoop alslrts
how I# Htocv among wbieb ia a M«
armio taiUU kb*
44Give
and Take" Skirt,
Which we etmngly reromoiend. Not
wiibata .iiiag tbal »'«ia are again ad
vaueibir la tuc kaUern Mer*«ia, we
will coiiOuue io eell our preaen Iatoek
BSUAHDLKS« or AN V ABVAJI
jte attre and oail at the New Y.rk Store,
Weei corwer of tbe Ba.ee Houae,
I. ORLCiti, AgmL
Let tbe Put.lic remember that A KOI
BALBS AM MU. a K li hSu' are
tUeleadjag ebarauil*iua ol Uio AAW
TOMESruKB. ...
H. IIUMES,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
EIAL ESTATE A\D MONEY BHOUI,
Tfc* rWT LlfENseu aad altssl
Meal .estate Agaal 1st tlita CUy.
OFFICE— Third Btrm. Sefieeaa Matm aad JekUM.
City and Co jnty properry, Honda, Slock aad Moit
(agea bought and e d, Hou.ea rephd, l„.ta I eased,
Kent, collected.
Lo.tnt
negotiated ami Convajraaeae
eie.uled, lit give u p. ia .iu.1 ^lltiitlon lo th pay.
aoiii oi Taxea, eoii-annf aud awuriug claima,ex
amination of tllea and Hical halate, ac
Willi tbree ear 'a, »,»orleu, e in the tiaalneaa, and aa
extctj.iv« auiuai .tdui:e
1 :,l
*ud ail,ai nl Coaa-
tlea in low., illinoi- uU Mw uri, I aw prv,«red lode
baeiaeaa iu a taaoaer that w»ll «»SB*a aatlalactWa ta
all lulereetud. avMU
1VEKY STABLE,
BBl
tlta,
KEOKUK, IOWA.
W°^ *B1 Sailtblng done bv SBA.L
eSCSCSt'SK"'
ft irnTBtitfln.ua! m.
rint at.. Mat. JchMaaa*,
Home. Dagglaa and Oarrlagaa of Ue beateladk 'Wt*
ware read) lorhire.
tforee«t iarded by tbe day er week at prtaaa lafMft
thallmea
Iranai' iitooatomeri aocoainadated.
aaarlSdif V. VAWOBaBj|fc
pLOUR AND BEAN, "rr
Jon. Ciaflbrd & €o^ '.7
NO. 116 MAU STBB1I.
Belleerad to any part of tbe City. ielS-dW
j£Rs. CAMERON/
TBACHBB 0V THB y•:*
PIANO AND GUXTAK
BevsMk Hast, a«tslata« MtMssl UaUscs.
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