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I AND ANNIK STttiieeu..
-A SELECT AS. ’
iiitisi tu tin- season-—wbfeV
■.il.u.-t— consisting of sheet.
l ii:its, liarml Detains, « n
l. ulits .Dresses, with hug. . „:
,' mention. j
-oo beftiie purchasing el**, |
:an the Jews.
down goods ever offend fas
>C Daditw Hoods, lUggoleU,
reus Talmas and Zephy,
est and best assortment If
i these mountains, 1
cries. consisting of Ctaefo.
lostou and New York Bn.
i.J Muscarado Baking is^.
B AND FRUIT.
V2]4 cts. per B>—Pi* j,.
u-, Currants, Dryed f|u£,
as, Almonds, **jsm|
thecheapest, \ : j '
r i 11 1 ion—-Nails sndßnlhik
Knives—the Ult hS
i and fixture*. . .
it 12>$ eU- per Jb.
J. L. IOEMi
ALL J j
-Ives oat la a suit of
:i hand by the
a OF GOQDB
t u coat call at
INGEE i.ULLMAITB. :
P pair of pant*
i.\ueu * uuiuunt
iod and cheap
NGCE k VLIMAfPQf
id hat or cap
INQER i OLIiMAHifc
mg in the J&oe
—rallat 11 ’
IN ? ERACI 3pM -1
good GlothjyWf - i
rd by qxeial miotmgd
’•.rest'd, ajffecUd »*(* IV
w nf the awful deetnutt*
i-i-iwee, and thedeewttaw
n aim* of « uchdl*e*Me -if
name, to open ».DtwW
rf of dUeiuieg, la ill timr
i/ratif, to whfiitfiy
i< ir condition, (age, «<?••
cithx# of extreme pend*
?e fra. of charge. |l.».
>n commanile thn |
famish the moat eppr«e- -
I, in tholr AnnniU JUpOrt
'■vpi, express (be Mjpiwl
!i liax attended th# labprt
■rife of BopermatonfcOM,
(! r.'iorrlion«, OIo«t, Bj
f almne, *c„ and OtdMT •
hi’ enduing year.
i.vt, feel oeanrad list
L'-nlent effort h*T» bo«
■ ;:;i!y to tb« younx,»JJ<
r ive.i, with renewed Mil.
i pi-Hl cahie. -
•r u irrhcoa, or Seminal
Masturbation, or, Beto
mol organs, by the Oob*
mail fin a staled aattl*
v- r .t of two stamp#
1: on the nature »od
a: ■. constantly beingpm*
::ul will be Wnt to*
■ «nd methods of treat*
-r, are of great rain*-
ii. l)r. GEOiIOB B. CAJ
err! As»ooiatioa, lfO. Ito
S order of the DUfUM
THE LIFE OP
• f the truth of thlamy
■folly onnonnee to toj
that he ha* mW*
IV Michael Gallagher.O*
iidonfs Office, wJjrrM*
r.l. He hai jtut t*o*W*a
S & VESTINGS.
t». which ho will toake t*
which can not toll •’
I ATEST STYLES of
nidy tho most faatiillo®
will bn made as well**
determined that notB"
t i render BatlatoetteO to
-9.3 by UxoElootrtiJfcff'
ili eut, on Gold or eu^
nute-d far ten ▼&****
J!:ignt'iic Macnlue ,rt " r
of the ralhrcjP
-.Mug. from all opmw
LIAS, MY WIF2
! i ard withonl B°y**s
v arn all peroonl nc*w
’ *KraToua«.|-4fce fßciwity -<>*
L f hn !e’. the high frioe »f;bt*», «nd the al
▼bfticb J e ftiiare of wtUpi nw all nttributa
®“he jaefeaseicl^ dmaM ferhoofced-aluite
t 0 lady friends, tod;it is feared that the
th>*' were." let hoop>«turt9>e
“f ll our coopers are determined to eupply
• ’ -This fact has, of course, created an un
*be°- nted demand fOr the only article, be
.bore mentioned ones, fit to swell the
ft rior dimensions of the fa}f «x, ™~ h **•'
J The Eastern coopers, it jappeara, hare
V rered that Blair bids fair to rival Peny
1 in the production of this article, and can
nivuny desired amount of it, consequently
T" our land owners are making thqir for-
I!nea in their endeavors to supply this materi:
Tl feminine extension. These
I do ubt. are generally selfishly prompted; but
ff , can no.t say so of the cate of Mr. Samuel
Qrg , of Logan township. Mr. G. had cat all
,ho hoop-poles he could find on his own propei;-
h U t »till tho demand was greater than the
/apply He’ thought of suffering fraUty-of
womans’ precious tears of disappointment-of
the deep-drawn sighs and heart-rending sobs of!
teflr t broken dimity-ofthe awful ohagrim and
oorOficstion that mast bo felt by an unhooped
one—and his tender heart was touched—
wu Softened down, even to melting—he deter
mlned to avert so dire a calamity—he resolved
prevent one-half the contemplated misery, of
drt weaker sex, even at the risk of loosing his
honor and good-standing in society. His neigh
bor’s property, was chock fall of hoop-poles,
ping to waste—growing up into timber-trees;
he cautiously approaches tt,.axc in hand ; Ins
hesrt, olhcrwise timid, strengthened with-tho
(Ojudousuess that he was performing an act of
benoTolencc, and in thO; twinkling of an eye (or
,wo) be has hoop-poles, alias ttimber-tre s s,
»ough to save a dozen of the “fair lights of the
household" from untimely graves. But, sad to'
reUw, bis efforts to benefit the angels of our
tsaodsoc sphere, and minister Jo their joys by
supplying their most extended desires, was the
precursor of hii downfall. Come, ladies dear,
»od drop a tear, while we relate how the tres
psised-upon proprietor .caught your noble ben
efactor In tho act, and without tho fear of the
ladles bsfore his eyes or in his heart, had the
kind-hearted trespasser brought up before
’Squire Cherry, who (the hardened, man that he
is) did, after mature deliberation) commit your
friend to tho “ Lock-Up" in default of bail.—
That the ladies may know who it is that thus
prosecutes and persecutes such a philanthro
pist as Ur. G., we give his name and residence.
Tin— H. McClelland, agent for Lloyd & Co., Al
legheny Furuance—and may their most direful
maledictions fall on him and them. We would
also suggest to the ladies that their unbounded
gratitude is due to the Attorney who so nobly
defended Mr.. 0. in the hour of his adversity,
and used suoh weighty arguments to quash the
.Indictment (which was for stealing timber) by.
attempting to argue down the justice’s throat
that “ Uoop-polet were not timber-trees:"
P. 0. Since tho above was placed in type, we
learn that Mr. Gray made good his escape on
the night aftpr he was committed, in the follow
ing manner. The night being cold, the jus
tice, thinking that Mr. O. might suffer if
kept in tho “ Lock-Up," ordered the Constable
to provide a bed for him at the American House,,
wbiobbe did. Mr. Q. was accordingly loeked in
a room in thb third story of the “ American"
sad left for the night When the Constable cal
led for him in the morning he was non est inven
tsi You may dry ybur tears, ladies, your ben
efactor ie still at large, and may follow is laud
able calling in some other locality, wlyjre there
are no hard-hearted men to pull” him for it.
TuAi’Kß -—Our kind fiicuds of tho “Model
Store 1 ’ will except our thanks for tho handsome
manner in which they contributed ’to render our
Christmas a happy one, end realize to us a por
tion of our dream. Their generosity, shall long
be remembered. But net to ns alone do they
exhibit their kindness. All vrho deal with them
ctn beartesthnony of the cheerful and nccom
| modating spirit which actuates them and r'en
■ their store, in every particular, the model
Our young friend, J. E. Burchinell, will ac
«pt our thanks for the fine yo,ung turkey which
be dropped into our office, while we were at
eapper, on Christmas eve. He knows how ac
ceptable such presents are, about holiday times,
to poor printers. ' May he live long and. never
lack a tarkey for his Christmas dinner.
Ourgratefiti ac&owledgments are due a gen
tleman ; (who .shall be nameless'at present) of
the town “over. thd hill,” for that tremendous
big gobler left at dir! door on Christmas day,
by that clever feUow, Yankee” Jones. The
doaor’sheort ia in the right place, though little
did we dream, when we mode honorable men
tion of bis name* that we were to .be so hand
•omely rewarded.. We are nowf fully convinced
that all we said about him was true. May his
ssticipations and oar ardent wishes be fully re
alited in his experience. - n
Vuitbd Us.-—On Friday morning last, we bad
&e pleasure of taking by the bandour young
friend A. P. McKinney, Esq., of Omaha city,
NehmVa, Territory. Alecklookshs well as in
7 a of yore, the Western county evidently!
agreeing with his constitution. He reports
tinea to hare “ eased up” a little inthatiegion,
and the prospect of miners for gold, at the new
ainea in that region, to be flattering He pro*
Poses remaining among bis friends for a couple
of months. Those who hare business to trane
sit in that locality could not commit it to safer
hinds than Aleck's.■ A '/'/ "
or HoLunATßßimp.~Erom tie.fo-
of die AsMßsor of Hollidaysbnrg, who took
to account'of the [wpSrip ofinbabitemtoihoon
asction therewith, It appears that there is on
f 0 * for a “ onediorse” concern. The colored
Cahoot ahd Caoid.—-The troth of the pro
verb that ‘ the transgressoris hud,'
is madeinanifestlnthedaily experience of al
most every tnan j, <and the frequent verification
of the adage that “.ihnrdei rrill oat,’’- compels
e belief that Providence worKr-tbe ’downfall
of those who wilfully transgrces His laws. We
have a case to report ia which justice, tboagh
seemingly delayed, nevertheless appears sure.
Som# three months since, a watch belonging to
Mr. Isaac Cromer, of this place, was stolen &om
his shop.' < Ho conld not, with certainty, charge
the theft' iipon any person, but he
suspicioned a young man named James Qarra
han. On several occasions Mr. Cromer asked
Garrahan the time of . day., but his watch was
always ran down, or out of order, or something
the matter, and ho would not exhibit it. Failing
in obtainiog.a sigqt of the watch in this way,
bis sqspicions were so much confirmed that be
felt justified in placing a warrant for the arrest
of Garrahan in the' hands of Constable Ely. In
tt short time after, Ely .found the young man in
Df. Bittner’s room, undergoing a dental opera
tion! The Constable waited until the dentist
had finished his job, ere be commenced. A short
examination—not of -his teeth—but his pockets
convinced him that he had the right man, and
.conveyed him forthwith to the office of ’Squire
Cherry. Garrahan' denied the charge
against him. On being requested to exhibit the
watch then on his person, he refused, but Con
stable Ely soon helped him to hand it over. On
examination,, the Squire identified the watch as
one he had sold to Mr. cjromer, both by its ap
pearance, and the number of it which ho had in
his account book. Other testimony corrobora
ted that of the Squire, fully, convicting Garra
hqn of the theft, and he was consequently com
mitted to stand a trial at the next Court. Pre
vious to being conveyed to Hollidayshurg, ho
was placed in the “ Lock-up," where he became
I cool and attempted to get up a little beat by
setting fire to the door of the “Look-up.” When
the fire was discovered, the door was in a blaze.
It was evidently his intention to burn his way
out of “ durance vile,” bat his scheme having
been discovered, -bo was taken from the “ Lock
Up” and conveyed to Hollidaysburg where he
was placed under the core of Sheriff Funk, who
will provide for him until the assembling of
Beautiful Haiu.— This is one of the greatest
ornaments which man or woman coaid boast of.
A splendid head of hair, a luxuriance of hair, if
it be in a high state of health, glossy and thick,
no matter what its, color be so that it is natural,
is an attraction that will not escape the envy of
those who are bald, and gray hair is unnatural
till one is in the.neighborhood pf four score and
ten; short of that it is a disease. We would
remedy this disease, and in what way ? How
could we restore gray hair to its original health!
Professor Wood’s Hair Restorative, for sale
at all the drug stores; it restores the hair, it re
stores its health, and when that is re-produced,
its beauty, its original color, its luxuriance and
gloss is sure to follow. Wood’s Restorative, is
the only Valuable Hair Preparation.
S. of T.—At a regular meeting of Altoona
Division,'. No. -811. S. of T., held on Saturday
evening -last, the following officers were elected
for thojensuing quarter :-r-W. P;, Wm. C. Mc-
Cormick ; W. A., Benjamin F. Custer; R. 5., ;
D. Galbraith; A. R. S., Wm.McCormick; F.S.,
D. T. Caldwell; T., Michael Clabaugh ; C., J.
Delo ; A. C.; John W. Clabaugh; I. S., Geo. W.
Patton; 0. S., A. D. Cherry. We are pleased
.to state that the Division is prospering finely.
Some 16 or 18 Lady Visitors have joined in
with the members to push along the temperance
ball and odd interest to the meetings. That
object to which fair woman lends her aid and
encourages with her presence and her smiles,
is bound to prosper.
A Gat Lotuabio Pulled. —On, Saturday offi
cer Radnbaugb arrested a gay deceiver from Al
tobi^a, -charged with having betrayed and desert
ed a young woman of that place, who, like many
others of her sex, = “ loved not wisely but too
well.” The fellow was taken to AltoOna and
disposed of according to law .“ in such cases
Made and provided.”-— l Harrisburg Telegraph.
Who is tho “ gay Lothario ?” It may bo all
true enough, but like many other little circum
stances which occor hereabouts, we learn them
first from abroad.
Annual Conference. —Tho Annual Confer
ence of the United Brethren Church, for this
district, will be held in the church of that de
nomination, in this place, commencing on the
6th of January next. Those oar citizens
who-have never attended a meeting of this kind
will now have an opportunity. S
The last Quarterly Meeting of the church in
this place, for the present Conference year, will
be held on Saturday next, January Ist.
A. M. L. & R. E. A.—The onhual election
for officers of the-Altoona Mechanics Library
and Reading Room Association will bo held at
the Reading Room, on Saturday: evening next,
January Ist, between the hours of 5 and. 7$
o’clock P. M. A meeting of the Association
will also be held at 8 o’clock on the lame even
ing. A Jfull attendance of the members is re
quested, as business of importance will he
brought before the meeting. , v
Mabbie Wobes.—We request the attention
of our renders to the-Pard of. our young friend,
John SfcKeage, (successor to A. of
fldllidaysburg. John turns put work
in his line, and when we dan get a £ood article
at home, at a reasonable price, we think it the
duty of all to encourage home industry.' We
bare examined specimens of his work and And
them equal to those of city finish/ /All who
deal witfa jiao will find him'aPlever and accom
modating gentleman. |
Festival.;— Judging from f the bill
of fare gotten up for the Masonic Festival, on
Monday evening last, those who attended en
joyed -one of the best suppers of the season.-//
As we happen to be outsiders on snob occasions,
we ean not speak of the manner in which the
participants enjoyed themselves, but presume
if they did net it was their own fault.
The-Teachers* Association of this coun
ty, was ip session in . this place on Mohday and
Tuesday, -but bnrincsi would set permit or-to
be in attaiidapiße> ■” ' ' ! ‘ ..
Farms Sbouesd. —The extensive speculations
in real estoty npw going on la New York city
hare broke out in Blair county. Oar real es
tate friend over the way* at “ Locust Grove,”
John Brotherline/Esq., sold, last week—
180 acres of land to A. B. Lewis.
66 “ ' Chop. Beam,
i 60 ' “ ** ' Jas. Cony.
[ 62 *• |•• v David Blyder.
| 80 “ ' \ ** ' T. B. Lewis.
They axe all going into “the Kettle” ft once to
improve the limd, erect houses, &o. Oar spor
ting friends will regret to learn from tide that
their “ Occupation’’ will soon be used up in this
famous hunting ground. Hope they will not
censure Mr. B. : nor the purchasers—the latter
have certainly *aoted wisely in embracing this
favorable opportunity to secure farms and
houses in good old Pennsylvania without cash
•4and the former is justifiable in selling when
ever he gets: the opportunity to do so.—Stan
A Great .Cure bt Da, Ekyssr’s Pectoral
Stecp. —I live in Peebles Township, Allegheny
county. 1 had a coughing and spitting, whieh
commenced about the 4th of February last; and
continued eight months. 1 employed the best
physicians in the county, and my cough contin
ued unabated ur|til early in October. At that
time 1 was advised' to try your PECTORAL'
COUGH SYRUP; which I did ; ancfafter I had
taken one bottle, I was entirely freeifrom cough
ing and spitting. I had despaired of ever get
ting well,-and I think it should be known that
this valuable remejdy will do for others what it
has done in my case.
JOHN C. LITTLE, Peebles Township.
Pittsburgh, December 81, 1858.
Sold by J. W. Kessler, Altoona, Pa.
' - Junior’s Festival.—W© learn that the Ju
nior’s had a fine time at their Festival, on
Christmas Eve. The lateness of the hour at
which the sapper was served up, prevented us
from attending, nevertheless, we feel as much
obliged to them' for their kind invitation as
though we had been present and partaken of
the things provided for the occasion.
New Year’s Address. —Oar carrier’s expect
to- wait upon their friends and patrons, on NeV
Year’s"morning with a neat address, and wish us
to ask of them a, kind reception. Old shillings
and quarters will be received by them at their
full value, and larger piecesin proportion.—
Save a piece of metal for them, friends, and re
ceive a Carrier’s thanks.
Christmas. —Christmas was decidedly a dull
day in Altoona, judging from the appearance of
the streets, most of the busiuesa 'placcs being
closed, and no work of any kind doing ; but we
presume it was not dull in many of the houses,
as a great number of turkies, geese, ducks, and
chickens were bought up a few days, previous,,
which were no doubt served up. to merry com
panies of old and young..
The Panic — More Failures. —-The panic in
New York seems to be s on the increase. In this
city everything goes on smoothly, and the only
failures we have heard of were'tho failures to
furnish good fits made by some inferior clothing
establishments. : There is no such difficulty to
be encountered by those who patronize the
Brown Stone Clothing Hall of Rockhill & Wil
son, Nos. 603 and 605 Chesnut street, above
sixth. Gentlemen and Youths never fail to pro
cure capital fits at this popular establishment.
THE BALL OF FASUIONds still'open, and
the Proprietor, in returning thanks to his nu
merous customers for their liberal patronage
bestowed on him since his commencement, here
desires to say (without fear of contradiction)
that he is prepared to offer for their inspection
the best assortment of handsome Eeess Goods,
Shawls, Cloaks* White Goods, &0., &c., that
can be found in Altoona.
WHAT REJOICING! ‘‘CONFIDENCE EE
STORED I”—Every body has money to spend,
and' bo they should have. This fact you can
have demonstrated,'lly taking a stroll along Vir
ginia street, in seeing the crowds of Ladies and
Gentlemen wending their way after those hand
some and remarkably cheap GOODS at
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.—WhiIe the
President, in his Message, rather advises a spe
cific duty on Foreign Goods whenever practica
ble, Chaulet Mann advocates only a small
advolorum duty on all Goods, both Foreign and
Domestic, ho offers for sale.
CRANBERRIES AND MINCE MEAT, prim©
articles, just received at
tf&m. See advertisement of Dr. Sandford’s
tIVER INVIGORATOR in another column.
Dailey’s Magical Pain Extractor.
In all disease# inflammation or les* predominates—
now to allay Inflammation strikes at the root of disease
bonce an immediate core.
Pallets Magical pain extractor,
and nothing the ’, will allay inflammation at once, and make
a certain rare.
PALLET'S MAGICAL PAIXf EXTRACTOR
will cure the (following aniong a great catalogue of diseases:
Suras, Scalds, Cuts, Chafes, Boro Nipples, Corns, Bunions,
Braises, Sprains, Bites, Poison, Chilblains, BBSs, Scroflila,
Hlcers,Pevcr Soros, Felons, Ear Ache, Piles, Sore Eyes,
Gout, Swellings; Rheumatism,' Scald Bead, Salt Bbetim,
Baldness, Erysipelas, Ringworm, Barbers’ Itch, Small Pox,
Measles, Bash, Ac.; 4c.
’ To some it may appear Incredulous that so mahylliseases
Should he reached by one article; shch an idea will vanish
when reflection points to the feet, that the solve la a com
bination of ingredients, each and every onp applying a per
fect antidote to its appoeite disorder. . -
PALLET'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR .
In its effectsis magical, because tho time is m short be
tween disease and a permanent rare; and it is an extrac
tor, as It draws alt'disease out of the affected part, leaving
nature as perfect as beforo the injury. It is scarcely ne
cessary to say that no house,workshop, or mannfectmy
should be one moment without It.
; Eo Pain Extractor is genuine unless tho box hSs upon it
AsteelpUteengni'ring,with the name of Henry Dailey,
' Boldby O. W. Kessler, Altoona; George A. Jacobs, Hob
lidayabnrg ; and by all thaDraggistoand patent medicine
Aeplers the Cnited States and Oanadaa.
principal Depgt, I«i CBimbera eiroct, Now York.. v ‘
jfor.«,iBBWy CJ. t. CBACE-
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
- BIE JAMES CLARKE'S
Celebrated . Female Pols.
Prepared from a prescription of Sif'J. Clarice, JT. fl, Phy
tictqn Ettnsordinaiy to the Queen. ? ’
Thl. jnrrimMe medicine to nnfailtpg ln the core of all
those and delicate diseases to which thofcmelocon
futation ii subject Itmodorates all exceae and removes
all ohetractionsaknd a speedy cure nay he yelled on.
+ comaruxp at was .
It la peculiarly suited; Itvrtll, in a short time, bring on
the monthly period with regularity.
of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeit*.
That POs should not he token by female* during the first
three months of Pregnancy, a* they ore sure to briny on Mu
carriage, out at any other Urns fftejr art toft.
In all caeca of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain in
the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion. Palpitation
of the Heart, Hysterica add Whites, these Pills will effect
a cnre when all other means have failed, and although a
powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimony,
or anything hurtful to the constitution.
Pull directions in the pamphlet around each package,
which should be carefully preserved.
Sole Agent for the United States and Canada,
JOB MOSES, (late L 0. Baldwin A
Rochester, N. T.
N. 8.—51.00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any au
thoriaed Agent, will insure a bottle, containing SO Pills,
by return mail.
B. L. FuChnestock, Pittsburg, Wholesale Agents; also, for
■ale by all Druggists. [June 3,1865.-ly.
WK. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DTE!
The Original and Pat in the World I
AU others are more imitations, and should be avoided, if
you wish to escape ridicule.
QUAY, BED, or BUSTY HAIB. Dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the least
liyury to the Hair or Skin.
Fifteen Medals andDiploma* have been awarded to Wm.
A. Batchelor since 1839, and over 80,000 applications have
been made to tbo hair of his patrons of bis famous Dye.
WM. A. BATCHELOR’S HAIB DYE produces a color
not to bo distinguished from nature, and la wakravtkd not
to injure in the least, however long it may be continued,
and the ill effect of Bad Dyes remedied; the Hair invigo
rated for Life by this Splendid Dye.
Made, sold or applied (in 9 private rooms) at the Wig
Factory, 23S Broadway, New York.
Sold by Druggists in Altoona, and by Druggists in all
cities and toyns of the United States.
JOS' The Genuine bus the name and address upon a steel
plate engraving on four sides of each Box, of
WM. A. BATCHELOR,
233 Broadway, New York.
Important to Females —Dr Cheese
man’s Pills. —The combination of ingredients in these
Pills are the result of a long and extensive practice. They
ore mild in tlioir operation, and certain in CurrceUug all
irregularities, painful menstruations, removing all ob
structions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain
In the side, palpitation of the heart, disturbed sleep, which
always arise from interruption of nature, inducing with
certainty periodical regularity. • Warranted purely vegeta
ble, and free from anything injurious to lifeor health. Ex
plicit directions, which should bo read, accompany each
box. Price $l. Sent by mail by enclosing $1 to any
K. B. HUTCHINGS, General Agent for the Uhited States,
166 Chambers street. New York.
2b whom all Wholesale orders should be addressed.
Sold by G. W. Kessler, Altoona; Geo. A, Jacobs, Holli
day sburg; and by all Druggists in tbe United States.
Coll on the Agent and get a pamphlet free.
Nov. 18, 1658-ly.
BATCHELOR’S WIGS AND TOUPEES surpass all.—
They are elegant, light, easy and durable.
Fitting to a charm —no turning up behind—no shrinking
off the head; indeed, this is the only Establishment where
these things are properly understood and made.
Nov. 18,1858-ly 233 Broadway. New York.
Tliis disease can be cared by DR. Keysrb’s Toothache
Ruiidy, prepared by him in Pittsburgh, Pa , which is pat
up ia bottles and sold at 25 cents each. It is nn excellent
medicine, whon diluted, for spongy and tender gums, and
is worth ten times its price to all who need it. Sold here
by Q. W. Eeeslar. [Dee. 9, 1868-ly.
C. J. MANN.
C. J. MANN’S.
C. J. MANN’S. *
HAIR DYE—HAIR DYE—HAIR DYE,
Not. 18, 1858-ly
FLOUR AND FEED 91ABEET,
AT ALTOONA STEAM MILL.
Floor, Superfine, ft bbl., (6.00
“ Extra Family “ 025
Cora Meal 100 lbs. 2.00
Dran & Shorts ft 100 lbs. M IDO
Bye Chop, “ « 1.65
Corn and Oats, “ * 1.02
Middlings, “ “ 1.60
Cash paid for all kinds of drain. Flour and Feed can
always bo had at the Mill at the prices quoted above.
On the 23« t instant, by Rev. A. 11. Taylor, Mr. GEORGE
LONDON, of HoUidayaburg, to Miss SARAH O. WEB
STER, of Gaysport.
On the 23d instant, by Rev. H. C. Dosh, Mr. THOMAS
LEWIS, of this county, to Miss HARRIET WRIGHT, of
Bloomsburg, Columbia county.
On the 16th hint., by Jacob Walter,Esq., Mr. EMANUEL
RITCHEY to Miss ELIZABETH HBNGST, both of Green
field township, Blair county.
On the 19th inat., by the same, Mr. JOHN CARSHMAN,
of North Woodberry township, to Miss CHRISTIANA
At Jamestown, Howard county, lowa, on the 16th Inst.,
after a protracted illness, JAMES KERR, son of Bernard
Kerr, formerly of this place.
CREEPERS. —JUST RECEIVED A
large assortment of CHEKIMinS, which will be sold
A. KOUSH, Druggist.
Druggist and Pharmaceutist,
Dealer in drugs, medicines,
OILS, PAINTS, DTB STUFFS, PATENT MEDI
CI NES, PERFUMERY, OIOAKS and VARIETIES. Boom
under Keystone Hall, N. £. corner of Virginia and Annie
Constantly on hand a splendid assortment of
consisting of all the Superior Extracts for the Handker
chief, Pomades, Hair Oils, Colognes, Oriental Drops, Cos
metics, Frangipani Sachets, fancy Soaps, Rouges, etc.
Brashes', Hair, Tooth, Nail, Flesh, Point and Clothes.
Porte Mommies, Pocket Books, Parses, Pencils, Combs,
Knives and Violin Strings.
PAINTS AND OILS.
Paints of all sorts, both dry and ground in Oil. Window
Glass of every description. '
: Carbon, Linseed, Sperm and Lard OIL.
Hooflan<fs German Bitters, Boerhave’s Holland Bitters,
Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral, Sarsaparilla And Cathartic Pills;
Sanford’s Liver-Ihvigorator; Lindsey's Blood Searcher;
Clarke’s Female and Duponco’s Golden Pills; Wright’s,
Wilson’s, McLanrfs, Relay's and Corhin’s Pills; Wolfe's
Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps; Merchant’s Gargling Oil;
Perry Davis’ Pain Killer. Fonr-fold. Arabian, Mexican
and Nerve and Bone Liniment, together with all the popu
lar Medicines of the day.
Light Guard Opera,
; -Xa Tennessee,
Celebrated Tara Principe,
which is very Justly popular wherever known, together
with all the superior brands in market. * a r
A fall assortment oT Knight's Celebrated Flavoring Ex
tracts for Cooking, Durkee's Chemical Baking Powder, and
FLO ip constantly on fr-w*
physiciansdesiringpursand reliable preparationsvriU
find It to tbelr interest to coll. ‘ ;
■- Prescriptions rarofUly and reliably edmpeunded.
Beaeuber the sign of the OoMso Mortar. • -
Alteona, Doe. ao, 1858. v , ' ,
More than 500,000 bottles
SOLD IN THE i.
NEW ENGLAND STATES
IN ONE YEAR, ;
Tho Restorative of Prof. 0. J. Wood for Restoring hair
perfectly and permanently, has never yet had a rival, vol
ume after volume might be given from all parte of the
world and from the most intelligent to prove that it tea
perfect Jiestorative; bat read the circular and you cannot
doubt; read also the following.
The Hair.—People have for centuries been afflicted
with bald heads and the only remedy, heretofore blown,
has been those abominable wigs. By a recejit discovery of
Professor Wood those articles are being fiust dispensed with,
but a great many person* still patronise thorn, oeCauaJ
they have been so often imposed upon by-Hair Tonic* of
different kinds. To aU such persons, wo earnestlymake
the request, that they will try once again,: for in Wood’s
Restorative there is no such thing as tall. '• W« know of a
lady who was bald, who used the article a Short time, and ■
her head Is pow covered .completely with ihq tiniest and
most beautiful curls imaginable. We know of numerous
cases whore hair was rapidly falling Oft, which it restored
in greater perfection than It over had Been before.
It id also without doubt one of the besCartlclos for keep
ing the hair in good condition, making it toft and glossy,
removing dandruff, and has proved .itself the greatest ene
my to oil the His that hair is heir to.
It Is the duty of every one to improve thetr personal ap
pearance though some may differ m regard to the ways of
doing it; but every ono will admit that head of
hair, either In man or woman, is an object much to bo do
aired, and there tue no means that should be left untried to
uhtaiu such a consideration.—lFqfaon's Advocate, Plata.
Coshocton, Ohio, Nov. 17,1850.
0. J. WOOD A CO.—Gents: As I have been engaged in
selling your Hair Restorative the last season for ono of
your local agcnt.i (R. M. llackinsou,) and having experi
enced the beneficial effects of It myself; I would like to ob
tain au agency for the Statu of Ohio or. ooiue Stats in the
West, should you wish to moke such an arrangement, as I
am convinced Utcrexs nothing equal to it in the United Stales,
for restoring the hair. 1 have been engaged-in the Drug
business for several years, and have sold various prepara
tions for the hair, bat have found nothing that restores tho
secretive organs ur invigoratos tho scalp as well as yours,
being fully convinced that your restorative la what you
represent it to be, I would like to engage In tbo sale of It,
fur lam satisfied it must sell. Yours truly;
S. T. STOCKMAN.
Wayland. Mass., Feb. 6.1857.
PROF. 0. J. WOOD A CO,—Gents; Having realized the
good effects of your Hair Restorative, I wish to state, that
finding my hair growing thin, as well. as. gray, 1 was in
duced from what I rend and heard, to try,the article pre
pared by you. to promote its growth and Change its color
as it was in youth, both of which it has effected complete
ly. In the'operation I have used nearly three bottles.
Yours Ac. JAMES FRANCIS.
0. J. Wood A Co., Proprietors 812 Broadway, New York,
(in N. Y. Wire Rallihg Establishment,) and 111
Market St. St. Louis, Mo.‘
Fur sate by G. W. KESSLER, Altoona, and by all good
Druggists. [Juno 3,18a8-ly.
TPwR- GOGGSWELL’S NEW MEDI
I / CAL SALT. Jbr Inflammatory Diseases only.
tfjgw MEDICAE SALT I NEW MEDICAL SALT!
IT IS A'OT A CURE-ALL.
For Inflammatory Disease* Only I
Du. Coooswsjx’b NxwMedical Salt, instead of being a
remedy for all ills, has control oved but oho ill, has but
one aim, and accomplishes hnt oijg thing, to wit; StODtH
Inflammatory Disease, whatever he its form or locality,
whether In the head, throat, abdonvpt), extremities or skin.
Tbe peculiar Mcellcnce of the New Mxuigal Salt is, that
without the useless loss of blood and strength, it effectually
cures Inflammatory Dukases (no other) by producing an
equilibrium of all the fluids tn the body, the want of which
is the sole cause of inflammation.
Invalids, Take None* 11 The following forms which the
unbalanced fluids assume, and many not here mentioned,
that have more or lees fever, are as easily subdued by the
Nrw Medical Salt, as fire is extinguished by water, to wit:
Brain Fever, Headache, Rush of Blood to: the Head and
Heart. Fits. Inflamed Eyes, Ears and Nose, Canker, Neu
ralgia. Spinal Affections, Erysipelas, Bronchitis, Pleurisy,
Asthma. Inflamed Lungs and Liver, Heartburn, Coughs,
Dyspepsia Venereal'Diseases, Rheumatism,Gout, Scrofula,
Salt Rheum, and all Itching and other cutaneous eruptions.
Do. CooaswEiL’a New Medical Salt exerts, like the vac:
cine matter, an extraordinary influence - on. the veins and
arteries, resulting in a gradual decline-of inflammation as
indicated hv the pulse, which soou resumes its natural
state, as the’ heat, pain and fever disappear)
Dr. CoaaswELL’s New Medical Salt does just what it
claims to do—no more, no less—equalizes the fluids, by re
moving from the system all arterial and venous obstruc
tions. Description circulars may be obtained from any
Druggist who has this valuable medicine for sale.
Dr. Coooswell’s New Medical Salt. Get a Circular.—
Ask any Druggist about the New Medical Salt. Ask your
Neighbors about the New Medical Salt. Ask any one you
meet about the New Medical Salt. Medical Salt
for Inflammatory Diseases only.
NEW MEDICAL SALT! NEW MEDICAL SALTI
D. 0. Tailor t Co., General Agents, 202 Dpck EL. Philo
dalphia. Agents wanted in every City, Town and Village.
DR. COG GS WELL’S ANTIPHLOGISTIC SALT.
Acute packages, $2; Chronic packages, (&; Family pack
ages, $3. Invalids, with Chronic or long stfmoUng diseases,
thonld always order a chronic package. .
Tor sale in Altoona by A. ROUSH; at Doll’s Mills by B.
F. Bell; In Hollidnysburg by Geo. A. Jacobs, and wherever
the Tribune goes. Call or send and get a circular, and do
not fail to try the Now Medical'Salt. [Dec. 16,‘55-ly
S| 1 1
om igts a
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a 1 laT
g w ill |
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And ths various affection* eoraoqaetit upon a dtestdaHA
, STOMACH OR LIVSR,
Boob M Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, Colicky PaM*
Heattbora.Loss of Appetite, Despondency, Ooouy«*M%
Blind Dud Bleeding Piles. In all Nervous, Khogioallraad
Neuralgic Affections, It has in numerous instances proto*
highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided core.
This is a purely vegetable compound, prepared on strioMg
scientific principles, after the manner of the celebrated
Holland Professor, Boerhave: Because of its great sueosm
in the most of the European States, its Introduction int*
the United States was intended more especially tor thorn
of our fatherland scattered here and there ovir tbs (bes ot
this mighty country. Meeting with great success among
thorn, 1 now fitter 'it to the American public,, knowing tkM
its truly wonderful,medical virtues must be acknowledged,
ti ia particularly recommended to those persons whom
constitutions may have boon impaired by tbs continue**
use of ardent spirits, or other forms of dissipation. Gsa*>
rally instantaneous in effect, It finds its way directly to AIM
soat of llfo, thrilling and quickening every nerve, rahdat
up the drooping spirit, and, in tut, Infusing new koailfe
and vigor In the system.
CAUTION.—The great popularity of this dellxhtM ll*
ma tut* induced many Imitations, which ths nubile should
guard against purchasing. Be not persuaded to bay
thing else until yon have given Boerbave’s Holland Bitten
a fair trial. Oue bottle will convince you how Intiiltdg
superior'll is to all these Imitations. -
Ad~ Sold at $l.OO per bottle, or six bottles fcr hf R»
BENJ, PAGE, JR., A GO„
Matnifucturina PhanruacentuU ood CAsotMo
PITTSBURGH, PA. .
T. W. pyott * Sous, Philadelphia; Barnes 4 Park, do#
York; John D. Park, Cincinnati: Barnard Adams 4 (k.
St. Louis; A. ROUSH, Altoona, Pa. '‘ And by PrUggisM
and Merchants generally throughout ths United Ratal
and Canadas. [October It,
*H» CHLKBRATSD HOLLAND ESMXDT Nt
DISEASE OF THE KIDAITI,' -
WEAKNESS OF ANT KIND
FEVER AND AGUE,
rpHE LIVER INVIGORATOR
I PREPARED DT DR. -ABN FORD,
COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY PROM OUIHU
Is ouo of tho best Pnrgativa and Liver M«dlcln»snow
fore the public, that acts as a ChtfiorKc, easier, milder aad
more iffcctual than any other medicine kuoaD. I|'Bm
only a Cathartic, hut a Liver remedy, acting firston tha
Liver to eject its morbid matter, then oh tha stomach sod
bowets to curry off that matter, thus accomplishing hry
purpoaee effectually, without'' any of the painful Mlag
experienced in the operations of most (nfAorfter. &
strengthen* the system at the «une time that it purges tt|
and when taken dally in moderate doseS, will strangles*
and buiid it up with unusual rapidity. ' ■ r• f » -
The Liver is. one of the
human body; and when it
tha powers of the system
tiomach is almost entirely
actiuu of the iieer for the
functions; when the atom*
are at (halt, and the whole
quence of one organ—the
its duty. Tor the diseases
proprietors has made it his
than twenty years, tq find
counteract tha many de
To prove that this rente
son troubled with Lives
forms, hasjbot to try a bot-.
Those Gums remove all
the system, supplying in
of bile, invigorating the
digest well, POTlfrtSQ THE
health to the whole nSaclil
-01 tire disease—effecting ai
Biuocs Attacks are cur-
PREVENTED* by the wca>
VIUOBATO*. '■ ->
One dose alter eating is
mach and prevent the food
Only ono taken be-
Nightmare. .■» , . ,
Only one doee taken at W night, loosen* the the be
els gently, and cnree Cos- - nvxsXM.- •
One dose taken after each msal Will care Dyspepeba.
dSSh One doso of two tea- spoonsful will always
Here Biot lIXADACna. “ r-'-
Ono bottle taken for fe- J male obstruction remsew
the cause of the disease, “ and makes a perfect car*.
Onlyone doao Immediate- lyreHevoatheHe, whfla.-
One dose often repeated _ is a sure cure for CXOtaa
Mordcs, and a preventive ill ofCiioiiuu.
K - Ouly one buttle is * needed to throw ont ef ths
system the effects of medt- >*. cine after a king sickness.
A3* One bottle taken for Jachiucs remorse atTaal
lowness or unnatural color . from the skin. I ■■
Ono dose taken a short Lu time before eating |tnt
vigor to the appetite, and! I maker the food digest welt.
One dose often repeated Q cures Chronic Diarrhoea ta
its worst forms, while Sum- mcrand Bowel oomplalnla
yield almost to-tlie first [jj dose. ‘
One or twb. doses cures - attacks caused by W4HB
in children;-there Is no surer, safer, or irnrifisr
remedy fn the world, as it FH never failt.
A few bottles cures Dropsy by exciting the absorbent*
We take pleasure in n* commending the medislae
as a preventive for Fever rf\ and Ague, Chill Fever, and
all Fevers of a Bilious typo. It operates with certainty,
and thousands are willing • to testify to Its arendsrfri
virtues. - 1 .■ - ~
All who use it are giving thsir nnsntmons testUssay 'fo
its favor. ' •
®B- Mix Water in ths month, with the Invlgorater,
swallbw both together; s
THE LITER ISTIQORATOR
IS A SCIENTIFIC MEDICAL DISCOVERY, and Is <UH»
worklng'tures, almost too gnat to believe. It cnree as ft
by magic, even theJlrU ion giving btntJU, and seldom mat*
than one bottle is repaired to cure any kind of Liver Com
plaint, from the worst Jaundice or Dytpepria to a com mow
Headache, all of which are the result of a Disxassb Una
PMC* omt noujut ra botoi. - .
DR. SANFORD, Proprietor, 346 Broadway, Nsw York.
49. Sold byO. W.Kkwuk, Altoona; and retailed bp.
all Druggists, [May 37, 1865.-ly
OOOD FITS! BEST FITS!! FIRST*
BATE FITS!!!—For & good fittingand- well-made
COAT, call on J. SNTDU,
For an excellent fitting TEST, by all meant call on
For PANTALOONS that can’t be beat for fit and “11
<*]}"? . 4.BSYDBK
Come, kind reader, if yon want to drew in a foahleoakle
etyle, call at my Shop, opposite nowhere, Imt dote te XV
toona Banking nanse. Look out for the picture with mm
name below. JACOB fiSYBBS, Tiam7
Altoona, Oct. M, 14,1868.-1^
More new goods i—the un*
DEESIGNEDhas just retired a fry h supplr at
FALL and WINTBR.QOOBS. consisting of Olotha and CnS
almeres of all qualities and colors; Pfußh Velvet and flflk
VESTINOS, Also, a large stock of Shirt* BrateMaS
Undershirts, Gent’s Pocket Handkerchleft, Gloree, a*.—,
Fleoae gire me a tall before purchasing elsewhere, hlh
preuarodto soil as cheap u they can be hid) n town.
Sot. 4,1868. T. FLIT AT.
Boot and shoemaker.-—the
subscriber wepectfully informs the <3UmM of Altee
no and vicinity that he still continues to Danube taro
Boots and Shoes of every description, on the shortest ■»
tide, at his shop on Main Street, next door to the Tribmm
office. His work is done up in the heat of style, end ea»
not fall to give satisfaction. Only give him a call.
Hov. 4,1868.-ly. L. RICKARDO.
DR. R- FINLEY EE- M
SPEOiiULLY offers hh'
services to the people of Altoona and the a
Joining country. . WmmU
He may beiound at the office heretofore bo- WIS
copied by Dr. 0. D. Thomas.
-Altoona, Sept. SO, ISSS.-U
T UMBER FOR SALE.
JLi 60,000 SHINGLES. 60,000 tiATBXB,
anoall kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL, lower than *■
lowest, for Cash. Apply to JOHN SHOEMAKER.
EOR BENT.—THE STORE-ROOM
now occupied by J. A J. tOWTHBB, will he
by the 16th of October next.
Sept. 28,1868. WM. H. LLOTDk
/CONVEYANCING. ALL KINDS
of writing done at the shortest notice Deeds, hast-
B*8»> Se, executed in tha neoteet manner by
. .... ' JOHN SHOEMKIR,
Jan. 8,1887-tf.l Masonic Temple, Altwme.
gA BARRELS OP FLOUR JUST
ud fcr ult by
-A I4B0J? Ajm
[principal regulator* «< ft*
lore fully developed/ The
dependent on the healthy
proper performance of IM
ach is at fault, the bowels
system snflbn In eons*'
Liver—having cessed tode
of that OiJgan, oho of tha
study, in s practice of more
some remedy Wherewith la
rangemenls » whlsh It It
dy is at last Graffd, any p«»
Complaint, In any at Ito
tie, and conviction Is ask-
morbid or bed malUrftod
their place a hssltby how
stomach, causing food la
blood, giving tone ssd
ncry, removing the osms
radical enter T
ed, and, wnav n astray
iionol use of the Lirm l»
sufficient to tellers the ft*
from rising eud souring. '
fore retiring, pnteak