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The Harvest Is Well-nigh Ended

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and the fair weathcr of the last week has cna bied the farmers to gather in the wheat in good order. Much the largest ehare of the erop is in the barn or staek, and but now and then a very late piece remaius uncut. We hear nocomplaints of grown grain, and but very Httle injury from rust. The breadth on the ground was large, the yield is above the average, and the berry is pronounccd of a su. perior qnnlity. A few loadshave been bought in our market, 9ll centï having been paid for red, and $1,00 for white. In a few days the market will fairly opeu, and we should not be turprised to see a slightfalling off in prices. GP HusRunt'i new block is so noarly completed as to give a correct ide of its external appearance. It i probably the handsomest block of stores in the State, and refiects mnch credit upon the proprietor, his mechanics, and our City. When shall we see such block? erected on the North and East si des of the Square? L3Ï" Mack and Binder are driving their stores forward finely, and tksy present a handsome external appearance. Chas Bhku has brokcn ground for n. etore, and the block from Washington to Liberty street, west of Main, is likely soon to be the finest in the City. GÏP C N. Fox, Esq., formely of this City, advcr ises in the Redwood City (Cal.,) Gazetle for information of the whereabouts of Zena8 Nash, Jr., also formerly a resident here, His addrees is desired, if living, and if dead legal proof of the fact is desired, the expenses of obtaining wliicli will be paid for IS Will not jomo üomocrat in each Township send us a club of ten or more for the Argus? We wHl furnish ten copies of the Ahgus from now until he election for $3.