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p Afja ; Acoidext.—On Saturday Ust-Lowls
fan'iti, • was* •<> eeviwely iq)ure<Lby>belng
|p«eked off tbo cars, while they were in motion,
that be died the'same evening. It appears that
was on the deck of oae of the oars walking
(o'mrd th£ rear end of the train, while.itwas
under a bridge, immediatelybelow
pell’i Mills station. :The bridge struck him on
back of the head and ; he. fell on the track
oatween the cars- He was taken Up immediate
iy and brought back to this place, and Dr. Flu
ky aammonCd to dress bis wounds, the extent
of which the Dr. has kindly furbished us. Be
jud recelred a eerere concussiop of the brain
and four cuts on different ports of head—one
laying open bis nose, extending throng the
door of the nostril, the roof of the month and,
the front of the upper jaw, forcing oat two. teeth.
Bii light band and wrist were crushed by a
wheel passing over them. A hole about three
inches deep was bored into the upper and opter
third of the right thigh, dreadfully mangling
the muscle* and tearing up tbs Ibe
ikin and flesh wore entirely, stripped from the
front half of the limb from above the knee to
the inetep, exposing the hare knee joint (into
which a hole was punched,) and,the entire
'length of tbs *hin bone. Blood oozed from the
corners, of his eyes and'discharged, freely from
his ears. Under the circumstances it was im
possible for the J)r. to do anything for him far
ther than to relieve his pmu. The accident oc
curred about 11 o’clock in the morning'and the
unfortunate man lingered until about 8 o’clock
id the evening. His remains were taken charge
of by the I. 0. of R. M., of this place, and con
rayed on an extra train, on Sunday morning, to
Tyrone, where his friends reside, for interment.
Qe ass unmsrrafe.
Epiwuul Visitors.—We neglected, last
sttk, to notice a number of our bretben of the
quill, who hate lately been paying us pop visits.
First came J. M. Laird, Esq., of the Greensburg
Aug*t, with whom we met for the first time.—
fie prored to be all our “ fancy painted him” ;
to affable gentleman, and, like mfmy other good
Democratic editors, 11 down on" Buchanan and
Next came our good natured cotemporary of
Huatingdon Globe, and proprietor of the “ An
cient Borough’’ “ one-horse” Book Store, Billy
Lewis. He was attending; the meeting of
the Forney Democratic StatejCentral Committee,
with which wing of the party he sympathises,
sad in cur opinion he has good reasons for so
doing, both personally and politically.
Last, but not least, so far as good looks are
concerned, came the jnniornf our namesake over
the mountain, J, M. Swank. It was in the,
noroing he visited as, and he looked os well as
csald bs expected, after a long evening absent in
the society of a “sunny eyed rosy cheeked lass.”
There now, excuse os, Jim, we didn’t intend to
" let the cat oat of the bag,” but we could not
mist the temptation to quote that sentence from
“Kitty Elideit was so appropriate. We’ll
promise James, indeed we will, tt> “ not do so
anymore,” on occasion of future visits, if
you will but “forgive and forget” this “slip ot
of the pen.”
Derr’s Ntw Mehcantile College Hall Iron
Bcildisgs, Firm Street, Pittsburgh. —Since
th« occupation of its splendid new Hall, we
iftrn that thir institution has attained a decree
of popularity and prosperity unexampled in its
pnrious history. The Book-keeping Dcftirt-
BeDt, Laving the daily lectures and supervision
of the author of Duff’s Book-keeping, (the only
practical merchant directing a Commercial Col
•ejs in the United. States,) with the able assis.
twee of Professors Wcstervelt and Riley, offers
the commercial students practical advantages
which ‘Bey can obtain from no other similar
itjiitßtion. In the Writing Department, ail the
erne men Cal brunches of the art, as well as busi
mt penmanship, are taught by Mr. J.' S. Dun
cm, author of “ (Jems of Penmanship,” assisted
I; Mr. W. H. Duff. The last Pennsylvania,
Mitfcuri, and the U. States Fairs, awarded to
Mr. D. the first premiums (now exhibited inf
<-e College office) for both business end orna
atnta! Penmanship. S.j B. Hatch, Esq., mem
ptr of the Pittsburgh Bar, delivers this weekly
lictcres on all|branches jof .Commercial Law.—
Thii it also, the only school in the West which
'•instructed by a professional teacher ofdetec
ting counterfeit Bank notes, and Mr. Murphy,
tttthor of the ‘‘lnfallible Counterfeit Bank Note
Sector,” teaches by a method recognised by
Bunkers tfs of a highly practical value. In con
clusion, it jnay he stated that po names are
Itld out as professors or lecturers, who are
tot regularly .on duty in the class-room, whose
Mfrieta tlqwi student can rely upon obtaining.
Elsctiok.—lhe election for,officers of the
Altoona Qas andWoter Company; held on Mon
efternoon lapt, resulted as follows:
frtridetU-~V(dt H. Wflson. ■
Treasurer —Wm. M. Lloyd.
Secretary j-Beqj. F, Rose. . ; ’
Afoioytrt-nJ qhn Shoemaker,. Enos ML Jones,
CBm. j. Mknn, A, Bi Clark, < iJeo 1 ;B. Cramer. !
W« can not permit .this ppportunity to pass
without again urging upoh per citizens, who
. the means, 'to sttbaenbe .at once to the
Block of the Company. Ife have been
f ” M Bcd of iate.wbyit isthat th£property
•m of the town do not take stock more
out pot answer the interrogatory
otk#r *»7 than to attribute it to a wank
rtnterprise. Jiow tW» bee not been the ohar
of eur people heretofore, and we hope we
„ n6t r «Up«ing into ** oid fogydom.”
Hotel Poieosuto .—We-learn from last
• Standard that theborse poisoners have
Aeir devilish work. Two horses
. |w»l to Samuel Sxaith, of Scotch Valley,
•Jmsta** ** ow ® ° n Sunday night week, the
u^ 8 * $• nahif(»sted by the
ftjUt. . Bteirart, an account of which we
fe'iv . We
i(re, t ,. compelled to enfftr the se
•*l* penalty.of law. Cr::::-:^'T-
Tustna nr Stoom—Alfliough the pathway
throng life of the disciples of Faust Is usually
dark sad gloomy j nevertheless there an bright
spots here and there which loom up in the dis
tiaaeei like the welcome Oasis before the weary
traveller in the Great Sahara. Oar approxlma-
Übn-to one of these bright spots was revealed, *
few days since, by the quick tread and light,
buoyant step of onr Jvemee, as he entered the
Office da returning from a tour %f observation
upstreet. That -there was “something up”
could easily he discerned in the happy .expres
tBion wbicn flitted o’er his classic brow, lurked
in the corners of his lustrous eyes and played
mischievously around, his half eompreased lips.
Inquiring into the cause of his eestacy, he in
formed « that Jake, the baker, (Jacob Wise,
we mean)" whose place of business is on the
corner .of Virginia and Caroline streets, imme
diately above fiileman’s store, was preparing
for 'us a delicious-cake, about the size of the
new moon, which would be sent in in a couple
of hour*. True to promise, the eake appeared,
but not alone; a basket containing several bot
tles of mead accompanied it. Coming from.
Jake’* establishment, werknev the presents were
first-rate and forthwith “ wont in.” The cake
was pronounced delieioUs by all who bad the
pleasure of testing its aferita and the mead was
ditto to the eake. ; If yep want a tip top cake
or good gloss of mead call at Jake s.
Ttbok* akdVicinitt—Ws copytho following
items from the Tyrone Star of Saturday lost:—
A BxjO Mas.—A certain Bill Sisler. of Irons
▼ills, who had gained some notoriety by his
fighting propensities, and general bad conduct,
bos again been guilty of a gross' outrage. It
seems that a man by the name of Williams, and
who, wfe learn. is addicted to drinking too much
liquor at times, was In Iroosville the other eve
ning, where be exhibited some money which
hud been given him by a brother in-law. for the
purpose of moving bis family from Indiana
county to this neigborhood; that’ Sisler. with
.■mother man whose name we cannot leant, beat
and abused Williams in a moat dreadful manner,
so that Williams was not able to speak for two
or three days; and that, had it not been for one
of the watchmen of the Pennsylvania railroad
who. was on duty, and who came along just as
Sisley remarked to his accomplice to hold on un
til he could yet hie kni/e, when he would toon put a
etoplo hie tCruggling. Williams was robbed of
everything about bis person, except his clothes.
An effort is now being made to arrest Sisler, and
we sincerely hope \it may prp.vp successful, as
he is the same man who- was up before our
Court, on charge of assault apd battery.
Shootikg Affray. — On Monday last, a party
of men met at Jplian Furnace, at a shooting
match, when a difficulty arose between Jack
Yeager and Reuben Richards, who had been
“ bad friends” since last winter. Teager drew
a knife on Richards (who is a much larger man
than Yeager,) and. then nan away to a bonso
about a mile on this side of the Furnace, where
he secreted himself, with his loaded rifle, on the
garret. In the evening, as Richards was return
ing home, in company with a man by the name
of 'Henderson, and when opposite the house in
«vhich Yeager was secreted. Yeager aimed his
rifle at Richards, and fired—the ball entering
the breast, in a downward direction. Two
skillful physicians were sent for, who probed
for the ball but foiled to find it.
Horse Stocks.— On Modliay night last, about
12 o’clock, a man by the name ofCaraher, broke
open the hackney-stable belonging to Bald Ea
gle Furuanoe, in this county, and Stele there
from one of the hackney horses. The animal,
however, has since been recovered, and the
thief arrested and furnished with a “free pass”
to Hollidaysburg,. as a guest of the county.
WST The following item* which wo clip from
the Tyrone Star and Harrisburg Patriot and
Union, explain themselves and each other:— :
SrnANQK Conduct.— -On .Wednesday night
last, a young lady of this place, (whose name we
suppress On account of. her former respectabili
ty, and that of her parents,) packed up her
“ duds and trinkets,” disguised herself with a
veil, green spectacles, 4c., and took a passage
on the train for Huntingdon, without tbeiknowl
edge of her parents I The next day, herfather
followed her and brought her back. Her con
duct bas afflicted her parents very nmob, and it
is to be hoped that she. has learned alesson
which she will not soon forget. It has been in
timated that a certain individual: who was for
merly a.resident of this plaoe Tor a short time,
but who now lives in Huntingdon, had better
**make himself scarce” lest bis earthly career
might suddenly be cat short!
Ui.opement.— Our police officers received a
telegraphic dispatch yesterday, from Mr. Cruth
er, a hotel keeper in Tyrone City, requesting
them to arrest bis daughter, who had eloped
with a married mail by the name of D. S. Afri
ca. The. officers were promptly at the depot,
and awaited the arrival of the ttoin, but one of
the birds bad been caged, and the other had
flown. The conductor, Mr. Weitzel informed
them that the would be happy bride, bad been
taken At Huntingdon, and escorted back to Ty
rone, by her anxions parent. The African gen
tleman thinking that discretion was the better
part of valor,' sloped for parts unknown, and
thus evaded the eagle eyes of our police. Such
is the history of the elopement.
Kxep out or Haum’s Way.—This is good ad
vice ip all persons, at any time, but especially
at a season of the year when coughs and colds
harass the: system and which frequently lay the
foundation of permanent disease of the lungs or
some of the organs connected with respiration.
To nil afflicted in that way an early resort to
the proper medicine will.at once arrest the mal
ady and hinder the developement of an incura
ble disease, Dr. Keyset's Pectoral Cough Syr
up made by him at his medicine store, 140 Wood
pa., is snob a.medicine, and
if it were resorted to at the commencement of a
coughpr influenza, there would be fewer djeaths
from pulmonary consumption. You can buy it
Pixishbd.— The ptjr building put up by Mr.
Lewis Plaok, immediately opposite our office,
intended for a wholesale liquor and grocery
store, received the finishing touch from the
brash of the painter on Monday last, and he
has already moved bis goods into it.As will be
seen by reference to bis'advertisement in ano
ther column, be has on hand a choice assort
ment of liquors which ho will sell at city prices.
Those who buy liquor for themselves or to sell
to others, should be careful to get a good arti
cle.. Let Ml such call jat Plack’s and sample his
Oct AoAiir.T-Miohael Tracy, the freight con
ductor who had ’his foot crushed [at Mapleton
atation a conple of months since, and his leg
afterwards amputated above the knee, made
bis appearance up town on Saturday last for
first time since the accident. Hp looks some
what bleached by long'confinement ■■■ ; . -i, ;:
I ; Y AMoona TribmiL
A Nohasc*-— We hkte frequently noticed-that
Bnnyyoang nujin, aadofteo men of mature yenre,
ne given to the nhgentlemanly practice of
standing about the doors of our churches, at
the openlQg and closing of services, and block
ing up the passages to such an extent that it is
almost impossih e for ladies to pass cither in or
out. Ladies do not like to be stared at by a
;*‘body of gaping fools.” and are much annoyed
iby such reprehensible conduct. This nuisance
appears tq.be increasing, as we were oorry to
notice on Sabbath evening last On that eve
ning the entrance to one of our ohorehea «u
Almost blockaded ny a body of pereons who
were making « melancholly display of their
lack of brains. It is hoped that those who are
guilty of such conduct will' take notice-and be
more careful fit future. They are certainly
either unaware of the injury they are doing
themselves thereby, or are finished balokgaanis
who wish ,to display their education in that
science. f‘A word to the wise” &c., \
” Critic’ is entirely, too mild ip his dennncia
tion of “ Church dooi loafing.*’ In the opinion
of every lady in the land the epithed of “church
door loafer” is Pot second in meanness to any
thing outside ojf the Penitentiary. There may
be n few who. axe ignorant of the fact that it is
mtanj to stand at a church door and gape at
ladies as tjiey pass in and out, but they seldom
have brass cnojdgh to do so ; it is (generally the
lattei| class mentioned by “Critic" who may be
found there. It don’t take the ladies long to get
acquainted with these fellows,. and they gener
’ : • ; • . /
Military Election. —Agreeably to the pro
visions, of the new military law passed lost win*
ter, the several military companies in this ooun -
ty are required to meet at their armories on
Monday the 6th of Jane, to elect a Brigadier
General, Brigade Inspector, Colonel, Lieuten
ant Colonel, and Major. The companies also
elect their commissioned officers on that day.
On the first Monday in July next, the commis
sioned officers elected on the 6th of June, will
.meet those of Cambria and Somerset counties,
to elect a Majbr General for this Division.
Cojjntt Faie.—A meeting of the Board of
Managers of the Blair County Agricultural Soci
ety will be held at Hollidaysburg to-morrow
(Friday) afternoon, tq decide when and where
the Fair shall be held thi- year. Now is the time
for our citizens to put in for the holding if it at
this place. We think it should be held at this
place this year and we believe it will be, if our
citizens unite in asking it Let those who are
' interested see to the matter.
Religious. —We arc pleased to announce that
Bishop Simpaon will be in this place on Sunday
week and officiate in the Methodist Church.—
Rev. Alfred Cqokman is confidently expected to
be present.on the same day and assist in the
exercises, Rev. Geo Guyer, P. E., and other
distinguished ministers will also be in atten
dance We shall give a more extended notice
of the services, next week.
American House —This fine house, situated
on the corner of Caroline and Emma streets, has
passed into the. hands of Mahlon Hamilton, for
merly of .Qaysport, who promises to keep it in
the best style and make it a desirable stopping
place for strangers and travellers'. He has a
good stable on the premises for the accommoda
tion of horses,: thus making it a desirable stop
ping place for country people.
VSL. See advertisement of Dr. Sandford’s
LIVER IN VIGOR ATOR in another column.
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iS PEC IA L NOTICES.
DR. I!OOFL4ND’B BALSAMIC
The great standard mediants of the present
age, have Acquired (heir great popularity only
through years-a/ trial. Unbounded satisfac
tion is Tendered by them in all cases; and the
people have pronounced them worthy.
Llrcr Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
Debility (if the Herrons System,
Diseases yf the moneys,
and all diseases arising from a disordered
liver or weakness of the stomach and digestive
organs, are spisedily and permanently cured by
the GERMAN 1 !
The Balsamic Cordial has acquired a
reputation surpassing that of any similar pre
paration extant, ft will cure, without tail,
the Most severe and long-standing
Cough, Cold, df Hoarseness, Bronchitis, In
fiaeass, Cronp, fneumonia, Incipient
and has performed the most astonishing cures
ever known of s
A few- dosesl will also at once check and
cure the most Diarrhoea proceeding
from Cold is' the Bowels.
These medicines arte prepared by Dr. C. M.
Jacksom & Co^iVb.‘ 418 Arch Street, Phila
delphia, P«., ahrf are sold by druggists and
dealers in medicines everywhere, at 75 cents
per bottle. The sighature-of C. M. Jackson '
Witt be on the outside wrapper of each bottle.
In the Almanac published annually by the
proprietors, caitoT Everybody's Almanac,
; you will, find festim/ony and commendatory
notices from all parts of the country. These
Alnumaes are given Away by all our agents.
*a.For-sale, fa Altoona, by A.Ronsh and O. W.
Kcasler, and by ail Druggists. [mayl9,’s9-ly
j. ---j- :—_—: % .
. F.ITD I FITS ! FITS I ■ ,
Persona laboring under tbia distressing malady will find
Sr. Hance’a Epileptic .Pills to bo the only remedyevor dis
covered for raring Bpllepey or Falling Pita. These Pflts
possess a specific action on tho uenrona system; and al
though prepared especially, for the purpose of raring fit*;
they ’ will bo found oif especial benefit to all persona aflUo
ted with weak nerves* or whose nervous system hos
prostrated or shattered from any cause whatever. The
dyspeptic patient, whose stomach has not lost the power
of duly, converting food into a life sustaining element, is
relieved by a single coarse of the extraordinary Pills. The
gastric fluid rc-acqulres its solvent power, and the crude
nutriment which was a load and a burden to the sufferer,
while his digestive ra-gannation was paralysed’and un
strung, becomes under the wholesome revolution created
in the system,tho basis of strength, activity, and health.
. jiflt t» any partof'the country by mail, fteoof postage.
Address Seth 8. Hance, 108 Baltimore Baltimore,
Vi. Priee—qe« bra,,’*3: two, £1; twelve. is*.,::-
WORMS ! WORMS t
Agree! many leaned trußia hw bom wrtttva,
explaining the origin of and clasnifring tkewrrme fir
ated In the human system.' Scarcely any topic of mcdtcal
science has elicited more acute observation end profound
research; end yot physicians arsvery much divided in
opinion on 1 thesubject. 3U,nm*t Jbf admitted, however,
, that, after all, a, medeef expelling thw^worm^anfiHiEi
prepared by ia lhS mpch soiaght after epe*
; rifle, mid his already ahperedted *ll other Worn fna&elhe*
its efficacy being universally - acknowledged by medical
43-Purchasers will be cental to ask far DR. M’LANE’S
CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE, manufactured by FLEM
ING BROS, of Pittsburgh, Pa. AU other Tormitagee in
comparison are worthless. Dr. U’Lane’a genuine Vermi
fuge, aleo hie celebrated Liver Pills, can now be had at all
respectable drug store*. None genuine without the signa
ture gf ' ; FLEMING BROS.
Dailey’s Magical Pain Extractor.
-In all disease* inflammation more or less predominates—
now to allay inflammation strifes* at the root of disease—
hence an immediate core.
BALLETS MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR,
and nothing the, wilt a:lay inflammation at once, and make
a certain cure.
BALLETS MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR
will core the following among a great catalogue of diseae's:
Bams, Scalds, Cuts. Chafes. Sore Nipples, Corns, Bunions,
Braises, Sprains, Bites, Poison, Chilblains, Biles, Scrofula,
Ulcers, Fever Sores, Felons, Ear Ache, Piles, Sore Eyes,
Gout, Swellings, Rheumatism, Scald Head, Salt Rheum,
Baldness, Erysipelas, Ringworm; Barbers’ Itch, Small Poz,
Measles, Rash, Ac., Ac.
To tome it may appear increduloiu that so many diseases
should be reached by one article; such an idea will vanish
when reflection paints to the (act, that the salve Is a com
bination of ingredients, each and every one applying a per
fect antidote to its apposite disorder.
DALLEY'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR
In its is magical, because the time is so short bo
tween disease and a permanent cure; and it is an extrac
tor, os it draws all disease <-ut of the affected part, leaving
nature os perfect os before the injury-' It; is scarcely ne
cessary to say that no house, work-shop, or manufactory
should be one moment without it.
No Pain Extractor is genuine unless the box has upon it
a steel plate engraving, with the name of Henry Dailey,
Sold by O. W. Kessler, Altoona; George A. Jacobs, Hol
liday sb or g ; and by all the Druggists and patent medicine
dealers throughout the United States and Canadas,
Principal Depot, 166 Chambers street, New York.
Not. 11,1668-ly C. F. CHACE,
THE GREA T ENGLISH REMED Y.
SIB JAMES CLARKE’S
Celebrated Female Pills
Prepared from a prescription of Sir J. Clarke, SI. D., Phy
sician Extraordinary to the Queen.
This Invaluable medicine Is unfoiliug in the cure of all
those painful and delicate diseases to which the female con
stitution is subject. It moderates all cXcefes and removes
all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied on.
TO MARRIED LABUtft
it is peculiarly suited. It will, in a short time, bring on
the monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, price one dollar, bean the G overnment Stamp
of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits.
These POls should not be taken by females during the first
thru months of Pregnancy, as-they arc tare to briny on Mis
carriage, but at any other time they art safe.
In all coses of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain in
the Back and Limbs, fatigue on alight exertion. Palpitation
of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills will effect
a cure when all other means have failed, and although a
powerful remedy, do nut contain Iron, calomel, antimony,
or anything hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each package,'
which should be carefully preserved.
Sole Agent for the United Staten and Canada.
JOB MOSES, (late I. C. Baldwin t C 0..)
Rochester, N. Y.
N. 8.—51.00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any nn
thorized Agent, will insure a bottle, containing 60 Pills,
by return mail.
B. L. Fahnestock, Pittsburg, Wholesale Agents; also, for
sale by all Druggists. [June 3 18S8.-ly.
HAIR DYE—HAIR DYE—HAIR DYE.
WM. A. BATCHELOR’S HATH DTE!
the Original and Best in the World t
AH others are mere imitations, ami lhaald be avoided, if
you wish to escape ridicule.
OKAY, BHD, or BUSTY HAIR. Dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the least
injury to the Hair or Skin.
Fifteen Medals and Diplomas hare been awarded to Wm.
A. Batchelor since .1839, and over 80,000 applications have
boon made to the hair of bis patrons of his famous Dye.
WM. A. BATCHELOR’S BAIR DYE produces a color
not to bo distinguish“d from nature, and is waastLSTEn not
to injure in the least, however loug it may be continued,
and the ill effect of Bud Dyes remedied; the Hair invigo
rated for Life by this Splendid Dye.
Mode, sold or applied (in 9 private rooms) at tin Wig
Factory, 233 Broadway, New York.
Sold by Druggists in Altoona, and by Druggists in all
cities and towns of the United Status.
# 49* The Genuine has the name and address upon a steel
plate engraving on four sides of each Box, of
WM. A. BATCHELOR,
Nov, 18, 1858-ly 233 Broadway, New York.
Important to Females—DrCueese
man’s Pills. —The combination of ingredients in these
Pills are the result of a long and extensive practice. They
are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting oil
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 lifeorhealth. Ex
plicit directions, which should be read, accompany each
box. Price $l. Sent by moil by enclosing (1 to any
B. B. HUTCHINGS, General Agent for the United States,
165 Chambers street, New York.
Ib whom all Wholesale orders should be addressed.
Sold by Q. W. Keeslcr, Altoona; Geo. A, Jacobs, Holli
days burg; and by all Druggists in the United States.
Call on the Agent and get a pamphlet free.
Nor. M, 1858-ly.
This disease can be cored by Da. Knsxa’s Toothache
Behiht, prepared by him in,Pittsburgh, pa, which is put
up in bottles And sold at 25 cents each, it is an excellent
medicine, when diluted, for spongy and tender gams, and
is worth ten times its price to all who need It. Sold here
by 0. W. Kessler, [Dee. 9, 1858-ly.
BATCHELOR’S WIGS AND TOUPEES surpass all.—
They ore elegant, light, easy and durable.
. Fitting ib a charm—no turning np behind—no shrinking
off the head ; indeed, this .is the only Establishmen t where
these things ore properly understood and made.
' •Not. 18,1858-ly • 233*Broadway. New York. v
FLOUR AISD FEED HiftKET,
s AT ALTOONA STEAM MILL.
flour, Superfine, $ bhL, £7.78
“ Cxtra family " 8.26
Cora Meals XOOIbs. £OO
Brsa A SbcgtofklOß lbs. JJS
Bye Chop, - ■ « « £OO
Corn and Oats, •* *• ijg)
Middlings, “ “ . LW
Cashpaid for all kinds of drain, flour and feed can
always M bad at thh Mill at the prices quoted'atrip. •<
, , JOHNALLIBON.
Op the 18th by Rsv. Lloyd Knight, Mr. RQBXRT
RAMPLING to Miss JANJB B. WWQhT b<rti offrank*
town township. " \ -44.’ tV ...
tbemmw, Mr. WILLIAM Pi LANG,
of Pittsburgh, to Mire KUZA 0. BPKJHQBB, of Helll
daysfcurg. v- •• '
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graqg*.. : ■ * e.. . ySSL ;lt
ssafsi&A-s : ‘-vu m g
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WHERE ? OH ! WHERE CAN A
SUN UMBRELLA be bought for io CENTS t
Echo answers at the MOpBIh. (it
Mantillas, lace points and
SILK DUSTERS. A large stock at tka MODEL.
May 2C, -
ENTITEL Y NEW AND VERY DE
SIBABLE styles of Msnimac, Cochceo and Sprague
Prints, at the MODEL. (Mfy S-U
Fine oh allies an d delaines
from 12J$ to 18 cent* par yard, at (tw MODEL.
Bonnet ribbons, from auc
TION, very cheap, at the MODEL. ; [lt
OUR LADY FRIENDS ARE Re
spectfully in«itM to caQ and eae our new
Stock of Quods, and be convinced that the MODEL STORE
is worthy the name. 3. A J. LOWTIIER. -
May 2d. 1859.-U
Notice.— the subscribers to
the Capital Stock of die Altoona Qua and Water
Company, are hereby notified that the first instalment to
said Stock will be.payable at the Bankitigf House of Wm.
M. Lloyd A Co., on or before the 161 A of Juke, 1869.
May 26. WM. M.' LLOYD, Treasurer.
Notice 'is hereby gtven to
all persons Intereeb-d, that an application was made
at the last term of the Court in Blair County for a Charter
of Incorporation for " St. faike’s Episcopal Church in
Altoona—and that the Court directed a notice of such ap
plication to be given, and declared that It no sufficient rea
son bo shown to the contrary,- at the July term of said
Court, the Charter of Incorporation wilt h* granted.
LOOTS W. HALL,
May 28,1859-tt Attorney jar Applicants.
( IAUTLON —SAW-MILL TO LET.—
All persons are hereby notified not to purchase. #r in
auy way meddle with any Lumber mode by Anthony
Swires, John R. Smith or James Swires.; They ore now
cutting my trees and making tbs lumber on my Mill with
out my consent. The law will bo enforced' against them
and all who assist' them by purchase or otherwise. n>e
C. 8. Marshall gave me possenipn of the Mill by virtue of
his sale, and they have tinea forcibly taken posaanion of it.
I with to let for a money rent or on the? shares, a first
rat-: Steam Circular BAW-511LL- seven miles from Altoona,
with a large quantity ofTimber surrounding it. It is not
the mill alluded to above.
Hollidaysburg, May 26,1859.-31
PIKE’S PEAK NO MORE! BUT
the great rush Uow is to the
Altoona. Restaurant and later
Beer Saloon, i
Under Keystone Pall, corner of Annie and Virginia Streets.
Tills bouse is new, and the basement fitted up specially
for the purpose of s first-class Restaurant and 'Saloon, and
the proprietor having bad many yean experience in the
business, will keep constantly on hand thS best LAGER
BEER that can. be found this side of the Atlantic, and
eatsblci to supply the wonts of the hungry, He will also
keep choice BEQARS and the best of TOBACCO. He In
vites all bis old friends and the public generally to giva
him a call at his new Restaurant and Saloon.
L. BINEHARTi Proprietor.
May 2fi, 1569.«3m. ,
JACOB SNYDER, TAILOR,
The Hero of One Hundred Fits per Month !
I would respectfully set forth my claim ti> public atten
tion, os a Fashionable Tailor as follows:
Because I keep an excellent assortment of Cloths, Cassl
mores. Vestings and Trimmings, which, ijrhen examined,
Because my work is made up iu a manner that take*
down the country and gives all my customers a city ap
Because I am not inferior as a Cutter to the best to be
found anywhere. '
Because long experience in my business gives me entire
control over it snd I am not dependant upon any one to
lift me out of the suds.
Because I un still on the tunny side of forty, and tbere
foie my taste as a Cutter and workman unimpaired.
. Coll on me, in the corner room of the "Brant House.”
Give me a trial and you will go away pleased.
Altoona, May 26-6 m JACOB SNYDER.
i KPIIA- S’ COURT SALEI—By vir
« t tue of an order of the Orphans’ Court of Blair com -
ty, there will bo offered at public vendue of outcry, on the
premises, in Logan township, said county, at 10 o’clock A.
M., on SATURDAY. July 2d, 1859,
A TRACT OF LANID,
containing about SIXTY ACRES, (the exact quantity not
kn-wn,) about half of it cleared and under fence—the
balance WOOD LAND —having thereon,
erected a two-.tory LOG ROUSE, a one- 9A¥n|';
Hiid-o-half story LOG HOUSE, and other Mil 11 [A
buildings, with a flue ORCHARD of good HMS w IjK
Fruit ou the place. Two large Springs
most excellent water ou the form.
Land being situated in Logon township, about > two miles
from the borough of Altoona.
TERMS OF SALE .—The whole of the purchase money
to be paid on the confirmation of the tale by the Court—
on ths first day of July Term, 1889.
Adm’r of Henry Kantner, late of Logan tp, dec’d. '
Slay 26, 2859.—tt “j
IVTEW GROCERY AND LIQUOR
Jl. HI STORE.—The undersigned would beg: leave to an
nounce to the citizens of Blair county and vicinity that he
has opened his new Store on Virginia street, threh doors
below the Superintenden ts Office, where lie has Just received
from the East and West a large assortment of .■•.
Foreign and Domestic Liquors, ■■■
consisting as follows;
French Otard Brandy, Cognac Brandy, Peach
Brandy, Cherry Brandy, Old Burgundy
Wine, Old Port H ine, Jamaica ftum
Holland Oins Old Bye Whiskey,
Monongahela Whiskey, 'anil
tthine Wine, -j •
which he has himself imported. Retailers of Liquors and
Farmers will find it to their, advantage to ;bur of him.
os ho will sell at CITY PRICES. I* ■ • '
He will also keep constantly on hind an assortment Of
Such as Flour. Bacon, Salt, Se
gars. Syrup . Sugdr, Coffee, fclffe..
All of which will be sold cheap for cash orCbtmtry Produce.
Our friends and the public generally are respbetfillly In
rited to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. *■
.. . . LOUIS PLACE.
. Altoona, May 26,1859.-tf • i
A HAKE CHANCE. J
a rmr iiatz tUcsTEAirn WZKH.T rAJDi/r jmw tobk
'' PAPEX, - ' ’ ’ "
FOB ONLY Si A YEAR.
thb nkw-yorkeb. J i;
TUB NBW-YORKKS. ’
A first-class New York family Paperweight large
illustrated, beautifully printed on the best paper, with Con
tributions, Articles, Poems, Anecdotes, by Wash
ington Irving, Longfellow, Bnlwsr, Tennoyson, Dickens,
w. GUmore Simms, Mr». Sigourney, Thaekety, Pater Par
ley, Hawthorne, Alice Carey, and .others.' I f
P* (pronounced u superior publi
cation to the New York Ledger,) is offered at only £1 avesx
to subscriber* who eend the immediately tothepub-
U»l»er, ‘ C. MATHEWS,
. ' ■ . 107 Patton sheet, N. Y.
Specimen copies sent for a three cent stamp.
Country editore'pHnting the; above, with this notice, and
sending usa marked paper, Udn have mafled to them,ftee,
a copy of the popular story %y Cornelius
Mathews, a handsome illuminated bound volume, elegantly
illustrated by DaHey, ■ J i MaylJ *
They are the BestCalleoee yrt oflored to the public for the
. Wboumu Aacm,
! DEFOREST;ARMSTRONGA C 6„
April at 1860-4 m * NRW YORK..
TAOR KENT.—THE STOREHOUSE
JP forteerly occupied by A. Roush, Druggist, cn Vfr.
glata street, next door to the Lutheran Parsonage. Also,
the building next door to Jesse Smith's Hat Stars, for
fUrther particulars inquire of Jesse Smith or O. J. Mann.
TTNITBD STATES USE lESD-
B19E&8E OP THE KIDNETS^
' MVEr complaint*,
WEAKNESS OF AKY KTfrp
FEVER AND ACUE t
And the Various affections consequent npoa adHscdsfuff
STOXACH OK Lirgß,
&>fib u IndigstUon, Acidity of the Stomach, CoUdtyjNtal*
Heartburn. Lom of Appetite, Despondeaey, ChaSiniZ
BUnd and Bleeding Piles. In >ll Nervous, KhsumalioaM
Neuralgic Affections, it has in numerous instancea provst
highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided cure. -
This Is a purely vegetable compound, prepared on strictly
sc (entitle principles. after the manner. of the oelehraSeel
Holland Profeasor. Boerhare: Because of its groat sucosm
in the suat of the European States, its introduction into
the United State* was intended more especially for thras
of our fatherland scattered here and then or< Aha tkae of
this mighty country. Meeting with great success among
them, I now offer it to the American public, knowing that
Its truly wonderful medical virtues must be acknowledged.
It 1* particularly recommended to those pers>ou wnesa
constitution* ; may have been impaired by the rrmtlmiftm
use of ardentspirits, or other bras of dissipation. Oeao>
rally instantaneous in offset. It finds iu way directly to tha
seat of life, thrilling and quickening every nerve, raising
up the drooping spirit, and, in feet, Infusing new health
and vigor in the system.
C AUTION.—The great popularity of this dellghtlU iw
ma has induced many imitations, which tbs public should
guard against purchasing. Be not persuaded to hay any
thing dee until yon have given Boerbave'a iHhn
a fair triah One bottluvUl convince rou how laflatielv
superior it is to all those imitations. ' .
49" Sold at $l.OO p*T Udtle, cr.st* bottfot Lr M, \T the
N «ai raonutoM,
BENj; PAGE. JR.. & CO.,
Manv/acturi.ig J’AanuunHtU and C'AtesMa
I’ITTSBPROH, PA. ' -
T..W. Dyott i one, Philadelphia: Rotne* A Path. X**
Tork;<Jofan 0. Park, Cincinnati; Bsunard, Adam*. A Go,
St LfiuU: A. ROCan, Altoona, ft, and by TVs Misti
and Merchants generally throughout the butted BtaMa
tad Canada*, [October 1* lldl-ly
AKY SALE OF JEW
£UIT,, or Kb a Premium to each purchaser worth
from Two Dollarf to Two Handrail
This la •no Lottery.. but a fair and legitimate sole, ha
which each purchaser gets the mine ofhti er bar bom
in a Gold Pencil with Gold Pan attached, or a Gold Locket
worth $4; and in addition to the eurebsqe, task person re
ceives a Premium of jewelry, not lees in veins than 13, aai
it m»jbe worth $3,6.8,10, IS. 20,30,40, or even s&3l
Our Premiums are distributed In a fair and hoaorabla
manner, undiae eooa ae the uorae of the purchaser is rw>
celved with the $4, hit Pencil and Pan and ProuJum, or'
Gold Xiockot and Premium, arc put bp In a aatall 1c »
eafc manner. and.eant to the owner by Mail. Pree of Po«V
age. Our plan,-from long experience in the above bu*
nru,hoe given general satisfaction, ae each purchaser
SeU or Trade . the above articiee for all they coit him, ui
retain the Premium Gratis.
‘ ' fISU Wc'want a good Agent In every port of (he country
to solicit purchasers; and Agent*. to be euccestfaL oLottll
first have a Pencil end Pen and Premium, or UdM
Premium, or both, to exhibit; and the first person becom
ing a Purchaser at any place will receive the Agency for
that neighborhood. ■ ■ •
rVO MOXEr SISKMDt
Wc propose to let a person know what Premium he triM
receive before sending his money. Any Lady or Gentle
man desiring one of the above articles,' can first send as
their name and address, stating whether they want the
Pencil end Pen, or Locket, and wo will mein their eebe
tion, and Inform them by return Mail what Premium they
ara entitled to. Thrycun then have the privilege of send
ipg for it if they choose. We cannot, however, give this
privilege bat onceXo any person; and we make this offer la
establish the quality of our good* in anetghborfaood. At
ter a person becomes a purchaser, and accepts the Agency,
we require all persotM in that locality to tend their ii la
advance through him.
And if any one it dissatisfied with their purchase, and
an unbiassed person competent to judge lays the articles
*ro not worth more than the money pda fa theta* **4 in
eomc canc Top, orcrcn Forty time*the imouncwtcuch
person return the goods, tad wc wUi £rw*|y felted it*
Among onr Premlnma art articled cuUabla tir LaJlt*
and Gentlemen. such m > . • - - /i ”
Omtlmm’s did and SHvtr Wittduu Gold Yatand rim d
Chains, 0"ld Sleeve Buttons, did HSitt* endmel*.
Gold Shirt S(ude—pUin .and whit arttinfrjf Gold S«ai(
Pin»*-new etyle; Gold Brent Pine, toUfcmia
[ Diamond Pina,OoM Bing*, **!*«.
Wc hare Gold Watchea, Florentine, Mcetvla, Gold Stems.
Cameo, Onrnet and Coral Breastpins add Ear Hints, Qtj3
OQS, SC. «C. .
Unexceptionable Reference* gUonwhetwret repaired.
*}■ r ln Tow names, write tbn State.Ommtr
aaa Town plainly, so as toavgld letters being taleearrM.
Address, ' ANGLE t CO,
102'Cana] Street, (Old No.) -
May 6th, 1860.
I JflVI lIJLINGK / '•
-Li IMPORTER Of.
WINES, BEAN DIES, GINS, he.
1 Allegheny 9lrefit, XorthWari,
_ h large etockof all Unis ot UQTIOIUt of the wrl best
Brand*, will be kept constantly on band,' and will be sold
in lota to suit purchasers, at price* a* reasonable a* ikaar
can beiind any where in the country. (M*y
IAA tOXES WINDOW GLASS.
Xl/l/ from Bxlo to 24x90.' . -
• Fatty Entree, -
Paint, Wall and Tiumisbßrusb**,
' logwood, ' ■
Own yrdbd* ' '
* %«} Prime TeUowQefora,
_ .. „ TTenWon Red^
Spanish Brown, in store and for eal# by
. May 12,1868. : -f' JL MOPSB.
PAINTS r PAINTS 1
WHITE LEAP, different Brands
1,000 fits. White Zinc Paint.
4 Case# Chrome Green. ■ ■ • .
' • Oases Chroma Sallow, • .
' Burned Umber.
■ K*d lesbdT
1,000 ft* Patt*.
Varniaheaof all hind* In store and for *al*, WbMSMii
andßet.ll. by , ■ \ ' TifOCM?
• „ and sEuram soai% .
dMTer'a Honer Soap,
Brown Wlndtor, ■}'*'
Pnro WWte iTUidw,
JL_ Aim rAXcr jsxtczm
Tor iale chop by
OILS I OILS I
PUira Beflotid lit&Med OiL '
Extra Urd Oil,
PwreOwbon da. • n
FOR THE HAIR—
Ssperfor B*j Boa,
loidgnwof *U Wp4M»_l "T,
ATI IMPROVED BRJUST JPUMFB
A large assortment of Norsing Bottlea. - \<>
Cutter’s Imprnred SHOULDBR BRanm in ImU ML
Gentlemen and Children. For sale by A. SOVSK
ARNOLD’S WRITING FLUID,
la Quart, Pint, HalWMnt and * eg. BoNfc*
Pipe Black and Bad Inks, at _______ -
MayIRISM. ; BOVS^SI
JWtßbib faster fatter*
THB CKUtBHXTEB IXOiLAXD rvvn-nr ye*