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SAVING FUND. —NATIONAIj
SAFETY TRUST COMPANY.-Cmramm B 7 IBM
Btin or ftnwmvAau.
• .1. Honey is received every dem and in any amonnt,larga
2. 7ivs rxn cist, interest la paid for money from the day
His put In.
S. The money is always paid back in cold, whenever it
Is called £>r, and without notice.
- 4. Honey is received *r..iu Exteuton, Adminiitraiort,
Ouardixm, and others who desire to have it in a place of
perfect safety, and where Interest can be obtained for ib
&Tho money received from depositors is invested in
Rial Estate, Mobto aom, Oiotnm mans, and inch other
first class securities as the Charter directs.
ft. Office Hours—Every day from 9 till 6 o'clock, and on
Mondays and Thursdays till 8 o’clock In the evening.
. BON, 11. L. BENNER, President.
ROBERT BBLFRIDQE, Vico President.
W. J. REED, Secretary.
Bitot L. Btotob, Fumcu Ido,
Edwako L. Oabtib, - y. Oabboll Bniwsm,
Bosser SnnmiE, Jours B. Baut,
Samuil K. Ashton, Joseph Ybskis,
■ C.Batomth Munss, BitotDnmnm.
Oifioe:' Walnut Street, B.W. Corner of Third 8b Phila
delphia. April 14th, W-ly.
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U Smeedent IntliluHon ttlahHthed by Special Endowment,
for the Reliefof the Side and Dittreued, afflicted with
Virulent and Epidemic Disecaer, and etpectaUy for the
Otrt qf JHteatte of the Sexual Orgdht,
Medical Advice given gratis, by the Acting Burgeon, to'
Ml who apply by letter, with a description of their condi
tion, (age, occupation, habits of life, Ac.,) and In case* of
extreme poverty, Medicines furnished free of charge.
VALUABLE REPORTS on Spermatorrhoea, and other
diseases of the Sexual Organs, and on the tacit nuonika
employed in the Dispensary, sent to the afflicted in sealed
letter envelopes, free of charge. Two or three Stomps for
postage wllhbo acceptable.
Address, DR. J. SRILLON HOUGHTON, Acting Sur
geon, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth Streep Phil
adelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors. 1
EZRA D. UEARTVTELL, Pra't.
GEO. PAIBOHILD, &c’y. [Jon. 19, ’6o^-ly
ONE PRICEHAT AND CAP STORE,
(oouub o \varvrz next block,)
North Wat Comer of Eighth and RaceSStreet,t t,
npHE PUBLIC ARE .RESPECTFUL
JL LY invited to bear in mind that at this Store may be
found an assortment of fashionable and handsome
, v Motakin JDreu Balt, Sqfl Hate, *
High, Low and Medium Depth Crown, Cloth and Glased
Caps, Plush and Plush Trimmed Caps for Men and
_ Boys, Fancy Hats and Caps for Children, '
1 at Pair Prices. - ,
43- NO TWO PRICES POU REGULAR GOODB.-®O,
"VT'BW GROCERY PEED AND PRO
JLI VISION STORE. ;
The subscriber would respectfully infom; the citizens of
Altoona and vicinity that he has opened astore of the above
kind, near the corner of Adeline and Julia streets. East
Altoona, where he will keep constantly "on hand afull sup
ply of everything in his line. His
Cf R O C E R IE S
are all fresh and will be sold at prices as low as those of
any other establishment in town. His stock of woviaion*,
Flour, Hams, Shoulders, Side dec.
Vrtll.be sold a little cheaper than they can be b ngbtany
where else. His Plonr is obtained from'the best mills in
the Western part of the State,'and is warranted to be what
•it is represented. i
All kinds of Peed for horses, cows and hugs, always on
I intend to keep such an assortment that I shall at all
tunes be able to supply my customers with whatever they
may need, and I intend also' to sell at prices which will
make it a saving to those who patronize .my store.
July 22, 1868-3 m. HENRY BELL.
Stoves, Tin & Sheet Iron Ware,
Q RIGG WOULD RESPECT-.*-
KJs fully ’inform the citizens of Altoona
and vicinity that he keeps constantly on
large aasdrtment of QMnng, PuHor, Office oririnHi
Shop Sldeet, of all styles and sizes, to suit.the —"
wants of all, which he will sell at low prices, oh reason
H* also keepa on band a largo stock of JVn and Sheet-
Iron Hitre, consisting of all articles for culinary purnoses—
Goal Sattßee,. Stove Pipe, rfc.
the right of sale in Blair county,
IMPROVED SAUSAGE STUFFER,
an Indention which needs only to be seen to be apprecia
and should be poe*csaed by erery former, butcher or those
requirtng.tuch a uifichlue.i
■ ML Particular attention paid to putting up SPOUTING,
either In town or country. Spouting painted and put up
•n the most reasonable terms. [april lift, 1859-ly
Exchange hotel.—the sub-
SCRIBER would respectfully in
form the public that be has recently re
fitted tbe above Hotel, and la now pro- AC9bT|S
■j pared to accommodate hla friends and
patrons in a comfortable manner, and heQ||j|Qßußr
; will spare no pains in making it an agreeable homeforall
« Mourners. ujs Table will always be luxuriously supplied
from tbe markets of the country and cities, and his Bar
filled with liquors of choice brands. Ills charges are as
reasonable as those of any other Hotel in the place, and he
feels satisfied they can hot bo complained of by those who
fkvor him with tbeir custom. Expecting to receive a share
of public patronage, and fully intending to dcscrve it, he
throws open his house to tbe public and invites a trial.
I have Just received a stock of No. 1 French Brandy,
for medicinal purposes. - ■
Also a largo stock of excellent Wincsi for medicinal pur
poses, together with a lot of the best old Kye Whlskey to
he found in tbe country.
Altoona, May 27,1859.-ly]
rpHE GREAT QUESTION WHICH
,JL : now agitatea tho mind qf every person
ie, where can I get tho beat article for my
money? In regard to other matter*, tho
■crlber would not attempt to direct, but if yon
want anything in the line of
BOOTS OB SHOES
he invites an examination of bia stock and work.
Ho keeps constantly on hand ac assortment of Boots, Shoos,
Gaiter*, SUppcra, Ac, which he offers at loir prices.
He will give special attention to custom work, ail oi
which wiU be warranted to glvcsatisfocNon. Nonebutthe
best workmen are employed
Remember my shop is on Virginia street, Immediately
opposite Kessler’s Drug Store. ■
September 3, ’57-tf] JOHN H. ROBERTS.
t&*To Persona out of Pmployment,“^g
In every County of the United States,
rpo ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF
■ some of tho best and most elegantly illustrated works
Our publications are of the most interesting character,
adapted to the wants of the Farmer; Mechanic and Mer
chant; they are published in the best style and bound in
the most substantial manner, and ore worthy a place in
tho library of every household in the lapdi
*I,To men of enterprise and industrious habits, this
business offers an opportunity for profitable employment
seldom to be met with..
VS. Persons desiring to act as agents will receive prompt
ly by mail full particulars, terms, Ac, by addressing
LEARY, GETZ & Co, PuUMert,
No. 221, North Second Street, Philadelphia.
Nov. 25th, ’flO—6m.
AT THE OED STAND! I
rpHE SUBSCRIBER WOULD IN-
B FORM the public that bo baa Just receded from the
Set • splendid assortment of
CLOTHS AND VESTINGS ,
FOE SPRING AND BUMMER CLOTHING,
which he will make to order on short notice and reasonable
terms, and warrants to give satis faction. Persons in want
Of anything in his lino can rely upon being fairly dealt
wife. JOHN O’DONNEL. ;
tSr Shop on Main St, a fow doors below the “ Red Hon
Hotel.” [May 24, 1860.
T> F. ROYER, M. D.,
JlF# Offers his professional services to the citizens of
Altoona and vicinity.
The best of references can bo given if required.
Office at residence on Branch street, East Altoona, three
doors above Conrad’s Store. April 28 ’69-ly.
TTAIE OILS, COLOGNES, POM-
undersigned respectfully informs the public that he
has taken the ware-room two doors from the Branch Brad
where ho will keep on hand all kinds of ’
C ABIN ET-WARE,
and attend to the duties of an UNDERTAKER.
Two good Cabinet-Makers and one apprentice wanted.
Altoona, Apr. 12.1860. . JAS.T- MOORE.
Medicated fur chest pro
tector, A SAFE SHIELD AGAINST THOSE
fearihl diseases Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and other affec
tions of the Ings, which arise from the exposed state of die
CWmatvte^ert^^n^ I Store
PROF. L. MILLER’S
HAIR INVICORATOR! !
An effective, safe and Edo-
FOR RESTORING GRAY BAIR to Its original color
without dyeing, and preventing the hair from turning
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS, and curing it, when
there is the least particle of vitality or recuperative en
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF, and all
cutaneous affections at the Scalp,
FOR 'BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR, imparting to it an un
equalled gloss and brilliancy, making it soft and silky'ih
its texture and causing it to curl readily. s
The great celebrity and the increasing demand lor this
unequalled preparation, convince the proprietor that one
trial fa only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of its
superior qualities over any other preparation at present in
nee, It cleanses ttao head and scalp from dandruff and
other cutaneous diteaiet, causes the hair to grow luxurient
ly, and gives it a .rich, soft, glossy flexible appearance,
and also where the hair is loosening and thinlng, it Will
give strength and vigor to the roots, and restore the growth
to those parts which have become bald, causing it to yield
a/reth catering of hair.
There are hundreds of ladies and gentlemen in New
Yorlr who have hod their hair restored by the nee of this
Invigorator, when all other preparations had tailed. L.M.
bas in his possession letters innumerable testifying to the
above facts, from persons of the highest respectability. It
will effectually prevent the hair from turninggray until
the latest period of life; and in cases whore the hair basal
ready changed its color, the nse of the Invigorator will
with certainty rertorc it to tie original hat, giving it a dark,
glossy appearance. 'Us a perftnne for the toilet and a Hair
Restorative it is particularly recommendedr having an
agreeable fragrance; and the great lacilities it affords In
drating the hair, which, when moist with the Invigorator
can be dressed in any required form so as to preserve its
place, whether plain or in curls—hence the great demand
for it by the ladies as a etandard MUt artidt which none
ought to be without, as the price places it within the reach
of all, being.
ONLY 35 GENTS
per bottle, to be bad at ait respectable druggist* and perfu
L. MILLER would call the attention of Parent* and
Guardians to the nee of the Inrlgorator, in cases where tbe
childrens’ Hair iodines to be week. Tbe bae of it lay* tbe
foundation, for % good head o/hair , a* itremorc* anyimpn
ritiuthat may bare became connected wltb tbe scalp, the
removal of which is necemary both for the health of tbe
child, and the future appearance of its Hair.
CAUTION.—None genuine without the foe simile LOUIS
MILLER being on the outer wrapper; also, L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVI6OBATOR, N. Y. blown in the glass.
Wholesale Depot, MDeySt, and sold by all the prineh
pal Merchants and Dn% gists throughout the world.
Liberal discount to purchssers by tbe quantity.
' I also desire to present to tbe American Public my
Hew and Improved Instantaneous
LIQUID HAIR DTE
which afteryears of scientific experimenting! have brought
to perfection. It dyes Black or Brown instantly without
injury to the Hair or Skin, warranted the beet article of,the
kind in existence.
Price, Only 50 Cents.
Aug. 23, ’6O-ly. Depot, 60 Doy St, New Yoykl
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BAIL BO AD LANDS'FOB SALE,
ON LONG CREDIT'
AND AT LOW BATES OR INTEREST
rnHE HANIBAL AND ST. JOSEPH
I RAILROAD COMPANY, having over 600,000 ACRES
of LAND lying in the State of Missouri, which was grant
ed, by Act of Congress, to aid in the construction of their
Road, offer the principal portion thereof; for sale, on the
most liberal terms.-
The greater pnrt of these lands ore within six, and all
within fifteen miles of the Railroad, which is now comple
ted, and open, for nse throughout its entire length (206
miles,) and runs through a country which is unsurpassed
by any in the salubrity of its climate, the fertility of its
soil, and the extent of its mineral resources.
Por farther information, apply at the land office of the
Company, or address by letter, JOSIAU HUNT,
Land Commissioner, H. A St. Jo. R. R.
Hannibal, Mo. • Peb. 2, ’60.-ly .•
WHOLESALE LIQUOR STORE.
3HHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD IN-
U S2?K,-S¥'p®hile that he has purchased the Interest
A. MILLIRON to th© Grocery and Store hero*
tofore kept by them on Virginia street, beldw Caroline St,
where he will continue the business, and will keep con
stantly on band a large supply of,
FUiDR, HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES,
DRIED BEEF, PISH, SAM, MOLASSES, COFFEE, TEA,
SUGAR, SPICES, CONFECTIONARIES, '
and everything usually kept in Grocery and Provision
Stores, ail of which he receives fresh from the eastern and
western cities, and will seU at the moat reasonable prices.
, Having recently obtained license to sell liquor by whole
sale, I will keep constantly on hand a large assortment oi
liquors of the best qualities to be had,
I respectfully solicit a share of public custom.
July 12,1860.-6 m. ' j. BKBKOWITZ.
Timber- ■ p^b3jlG —T H E SU R
nounco to thecltiiensOf'Altoona
that he has removedliia
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
222 V, SBEETIBONIYABE 4 STOVESTOBE,
to the new building on Annie street, between Harriet and
Adeline streets. East Altoona, where he will keep constant
ly onhand a largo assortment ofeverythingin his line,
which ho will dispose of on reasonable terms.
ROOFING & SPOUTING
rmt np on short notice. He also manufacture© TfrATMu
Ikon Spouting, which Is said to be much superior to cal*
vaulted sheet-iron or tin., .
•; gp has atoo'\attached a copiwsmithing room to his es
tablishjncnt 'Rnd will keep on hand an assortment of cop
per and brass.kettles, Ac. *
All kinds'of job work promptly attended to.
A share of public patronage Is respectfully solicited.
~, . . . STEPHEN WINTERS.
Altoona, Aug. 16th, 1860.
t)BD LION HOTEL,
JA ?■ ALTOONA, BLAIS COUNTY: BA
onmltetfae place of stopping the passenger cart in Altoo
-s*>?W paswd.tato the hands of thepresent proprietor.—
the business warrants ms hrassnring
thetrtveUingpublic that no pains will be spared to render
guests as comfortable as possible while' smonrhlng under
uy TOOL _•
TheTABM wni constantly be supplied with the very
best the market affords. “ *
Tlio BAR will be found to contain an excellent assorb-
ki ° d *’ choice here
eTO^Ostier 51 * 15 to * n af aa excellent and expert
I 1 ,? 1 ! 08 ’ b Thls long experience in the
bnsines and the facilities, at his command, to make the Bed
**«• *“ f I Ln S . poct, ' J a flrat c,ttM Hotel. The bnsineas of
wUl r° , S? er “y own personal supervision. A
liberal share of public patronage is kindly solicited.
May 19, "* 8C iVnprfefer.
LIFE PILLS and PHffiNIX BITTERS.
rpHKSE MEDICINE HAYES NOW
I been before the public Ibr * peried of thirty jein,
and during that time hare maintained a high character in
utmost every put of the globe, for their extraordinary snd
immediate power of restoring perfcct health to penwns suf
fering under nearly erery kind of diseaan to which the hu
man frame is liable. ; '
The following ate among the distressing variety cf hu
man diaeaaes in which the . /
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES
are well known to be infallible. ..
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the first and sec
ond stomachs, and cresting a flow of pnrojjiealthy bile, in
stead of the stale and acrid kind; FLATULENCY, Loss or
Appetite, Heartburn, Headache, Restlessness, lllTemper,
Anxiety, Langour, and Melancholy, which are the genual
symptoms of Dyspasia, will vanish, as a natural conso
qnence ofits cure.
COSTITBNKBS, by cleaning the whole length of the in
testines with a solvent process, and without violence: all
violent purges leave the bowel* costive within two days.
FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring the blood to a regu
lar circulation, through the process of respiration in such
cases, and the thorough solution of all intestinal obstruc
tion in others. I
The Lift Medicines have been known to cure RHEUMA
TISM permanently In three weeks, and GOUT in half that
time, by removing local inflammation firm the muscles and
'Dropsies of alUrinds, by freeifigand strengthening the
kidneys and bladder; they operate most delightfully on
these Important organs, and hence have ever been found a
certain remedy Ifor the worst eases of GRAVEL,
AJAo WORMS, by dislodging from the turnings of the
bowels the slimy matter to which these creatures adhere.
SCURVY, ULCERS, and INVETERATE SORES, by the
perfectjinrity which these LIFE MEDICINES give to the
blood, and all tbe bamors.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD COMPLEXIONS, by
their alterative effect upon the fluids that feed the skin,
and the morbid etate of which occasions all eruptive com
plaints, sallow, Cloudy, and other disagreeable complexions.
The use of these PUto for a very short time will effect an
entire core of SALT RHEUM, and a strikingimprovement,
in tbe clearnesS of tbe Skin. COMMON ■ GOLDS and IN
FLUENZA will always be cored by one dose, or bytwo ln
the wont cased.
PILES.—The original proprietor of these medicines, was
cured of piles, of 85 yean standing, by the use of the Life
FEVER A AGUE. —For this scourge of the Western coun
try, these medicines will be. found a safe, speedy ana certain
remedy. '-Other medicines leave the system subject to a re
turn of the diabase—acuro by these medicines is perma
nent—try them, be satisfied, and be cured.
BILLTOUSFEVKRSane LIVER COMPLAINTS.—Gen
eraI debility, lags of appetite and, diseases of females—the
medicines havobeen used with the most beneficial results
In cases of this'description:—Kings Evil and Scrofula, in
Us wont forms; yields to the mild yet powerful action of
these remarkable Medicines, Night Sweats, Nervous De
bility, Nervoua Complaints of x all kinds, Palpitation of the
Heart, Painters’ Colte, are speedily cured.
MERCURIAL DISEASES.—Persons whoeeconstitutions
have become impaired by the injudicious .use of Merer ry,
'-will find these medicines a perfect cure, as they never foil
to eradicate from the system, all tbe effects of Mercury, in
finitely sooner than the most powerful preparation of Sar
Prepared and sold by W. B. MOFFAT,
j 335 Broadway, Now York.
For sale by alt Druggists. [Sept. 13,1860-ly.
DIRECT FROM NEW YORK.
RA. 6. KEBR HAS JUST KE.
• turned from Now York City with a beautiful as
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,
consisting In part of
Fancy Winter Silks, only 65 cents per yard,
Blade Dress Silks “ $1,20 per yard.
Japanese Cloth—a beautiful fabric for ladies'
Foil do Chevres, a most complete assortment of the latest
patternsof Delaines, Opera Clvtb, plain Delaines only 20
'cents per yard, they have always been sold at 25 cts. iu this
market. Also, a beautiful assortment of the challenge
Wamsutta Prints, now acknowledged to bo the best prints
in market, and a handsome assortment of fast colored
prints from 6 to 10 cts per yard,
Shawls, Cloaks, Opera Caps,
Woolen UDdersleevea for ladies and children, an unsur
passed stock of Hosiery, together with an abundance and
variety of everything in the Notion and Trimming line.
He calls special attention to bis beautiful assortment of
which is acknowledged to be the most complete of any in
the town, and sold at prices defyingcoDipctition. Tea sets,
consisting of 46 pieces, sold at $4 00. '
BOOTS AND. SHOES,
directly from New York, and bought from first ban
BRUSSELS, ALL WOOL, INGRAIN, LIST, HEMP AND
- OIL CLOTHS from 1 to 2 yards wide.
Ills stock of
is complete in every respect, and will so sold at as low a
figure as any bonae this side of the city.
, Oct. 11, 1860.'
T>ATENT KEROSENE OR CARBON
JT OIL LAMPS I
Unrivaled in Beauty, Simplicity Safety or Economy.
Erofjr person desiring to obtain the very beet and cheap
cet portable light within their roach, should call at the
store of the undersigned and examine these Lamps before
purchasing elsewhere, and we pledge onrselres to demon
strate : i
Ist, That NO ACCIDENT can occur by explosion.
2d. That they emit no offensive odor while horning.
3d. That thjey are very easily trimmed.
4tb. That they are easily regulated to give more or less
sth. That they born entirely free from smoke.
6tb, That Urn light is at least 60 per cent, cheaper than
- any other light now in common nse.
These lamps are admirably adapted for the nse of Stu
dents, Slechanips, Seamstresses, factories, Halls, Churches,
Stores, Hotels, and are highly recommended for family use.
The bnrncr bf the'Casbon Oil Lamp can be attached to'
old side, hanging and table fluid and oil lamps, at a «m.n
expense, and Will answer every purpose of a new lanp.
We guarantee perfect satisfaction in all cases.
Aug. 19, 1858-tt] G. TV. KESSLER.
THE GREEN BOOK. JUST Pub
lished, 160 PAGES, PRICE 25 jaa.
Cents; On Single and Married life; or, the jSmlMfm
Institution; ofjMarriage ; its Intent, oi.il
Rations, and Physical and Legal Dlsbuall iUHv
flcaUon*; the rational treatment of all private diseases in
wWch 18 “ddod a poetical essay, enti
tled “ (hUtpaediae ,or the art of bavingahdreartng beau
tifulandhealthy children,by the late Romm* J.Coivbk
wm, Bsq,!M. JO.
fr «« 5 f ,po«tw, by,the Publishers, Chas. iKuxb A
COj 80x4586, New York, or Dexter <£ Cb, Wholesale agents
US Nassau Street, New York. AgenU wanted everywhere,
Gbato, an extract and sample of the abbvo entl
titled: Dr. CulverwdCt Lecture on the rational treatment
of Spermatorrhoea and private diseases generally, detailing
the means by-which invalids may effectually cure thcm-
Mlves wlthout the use of dangerous medicines.' and at but
little expmue to themselves. Sent free by mailina secure
envelope, on the receipt of ope stamp, to prepay' "postace,
CHAS.IcLINE 4 CO,
Feb. 2% 1859. 80x.4586,71ew York City.
ye *T of ewcceesful practice, PR. KSL-
IdNG still dfcures to do good totheafflfcted. *Sto contones
to enreall kinds of • -
CANCELS; TUMORS, WENS, SCROFULA, or KINGS
„ .TTLc SOKES, AC, "
v: co !?i ),e > cutting or poison. He does not confine
7“* others with success. Patients will be visited, if
reasonable distance: Persons desiring to visit
Dr. K. will pfokse atop at the Railroad Hotel in Mechanics-
where they will be directed to his residence. For" all
particulars diseases plainly. Enclose a Dost
ap stamp to ptopay answer. Address Dr. C. L. KEELING,
Mechanlcsburgi Cumberland CoL Pa. ■ ■
Sept 13, 1860-flm f V
riAUTIGN.—ALL. PERSONS ARE
hereby notified not to purchase or eellany lager beer
kegs with tie Atamp of the ALTOONA BREWWtt«£
cm, as such kegs never have been and hover will be sold
£ egB ““Ringing said stamp will
be claimed add token; wherever found, by the proprietors
of tho Brewery to whom they belong. . • / - .
July 28th 1859-tt WILHELM A BRO.
TVEMOVAL.—A M. KING. SHOE
-1 V; .MAKER, informs the public that be !
has talton the Boom next door to the
OlBce, on Virginia Street, where he is
pared to manufacture every style of
MEN’S SHOES, at reasonable prices, and Jn a substantial
® lu,ner - [Mar.X6, , a).-tt
Boot and shoemaker—john
SIEHLB .has taken a portion of the
room occupied by A. M. KING, next dnm--
to J. W. Bigg’s Tin Shop, and
himself ready to get np Men’s Boots A
in good style and at low rates. (Mar.ls,’oo-tC
QHOE-FINDIN GSJUST RECEI
ved a good assortment of Shoe-Findings, of all de
scriptions, which we will sell at low prices for cash
Jnly », 1800. STEWART A THOMPSON.
OYES! O YES!—GENTLEMEN
draw nidi and hear. JOSEPH P. TROUT innoun
cestothe pu-.ic, that he is ready to discharge his duty
as an Auctioneer whenever called upon. [Jan. 2 ’66.
SROCERIES. A LARGE AND
complete assortment of Groceries have just been re
I at the store of J. B. HILEMAN.
Hair, hat, toqth, shaving,
Paint, Sash and Tarnish Broshes at
■■.■'•■■■lj ■ XESBME’B.
D ;i MOTT'S
An aperient and stomachic preparation of Iron purified*
of Oxygen and Carbon by combustion in Hydrogen. Suc
tioned By the highest Medical Authorities, both in Europe
and the United States, and prescribed in their practice.
.. The experience of thousands daily proves that no prepa
ration of Iron can be compared with it. Impurities of the
blood, depression of vital energy, pale and otherwise sickly ’
complexions indicate its necessity in almost every concei
vable case. •
In Debility, I Nervous Affections, Emaciation, Dyspepsia,
Constipation, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Incipient Consumption,
Scrofulous Tuberculosis, Salt Rheum, MismemUruation,
Whites, Chlorosis, liter Complaints, Chronic Headaches,
Rheumatism, Intermittent Fevers, Dimples on the Face, die.
In cases of General Debility, whether tbe result of acute
disease, or of therontinued diminution of nervous and mus
cular energy from chronic complaints, one trial of this re
storative has proved successful to an extent which no de
scription nor written attestation would render credible.—
Invalids so long bed-ridden as to have become forgotten in
their own neighborhoods, have suddenly re-appeared in the
busy world as if just retained from a protracted travel in
a distant land. Some very signal Instances of this kind are
attested by Female sufferers, emaciated victims of apparent
marasmus, sanguineous exhaustion, critical changes, and
the complication of nervous and dyspeptic aversion to air
and exercise,for which tbe physician has no name.
In Nervons Afflictions of all kinds, and for reasons fa
miliar to medical men, tbe operation ofthia preparation of
iron must necessarily be salutary, for, unlike the old
ides, it is rigorously tonic, without being exciting anp
overheating; and gently, regularly aperient, even in the
most obstinate cases of eostiveness without ever being a
gastric purgative, or inflicting a disagreeable sensation.
It is this latter property, among others, which makes it
so remarkably effectual and permanent a remedy fur Piles,
upon which it also appears to exert a distinct and specific
action, by dispersing the local tendency which forms them.
In Dyspepsia, innumerable as are its causes, a single box
of these Chalybeate Pills has often sufficed for the most
habitual cases, including the attendant Oosttvenest.
In unchecked Diarrhoea, even when advanced to Dysen
tery; confirmed, emaciating, and apparently malignant,
the affects hare been equally decisive and astonishing.
In tbe local pains, loss of flesh and strength, debilitating
cough, and remittent hectic, which generally indicate In
cipient Consumption, this remedy has allayed the alarm
of friends and physicians, in several very gratifying and
In Scrofulous Tuberculosis, this medicated iron has had
far more than the good effect of the most cautiously bal
anced preparation* of iodine, without any of their well
' The attention of females cannot be too confidently invi
ted to this remedy and restorative, in the cases peculiarly
Iu Rheumatism, both chronic and inflammatory—in the
, latter, however, more decidedly—it has been invariably
waif reported, both as alleviating tho pain and reducing the
swellings and stiffness of the Joints and muscles.
Iu intermittent Fevers it must necessarily be a great re
medy and energetic restorative, oud its progress in tho now
settlements of the West, will pro baby be one of high re
nown and usefulness.
No remedy has been discovered in the whole history of
mcdicrae, which exerts such prompt, happy, and fully re
storative effects. Good appetite, complete digestion, rapid
acquisition of strength, with an unusual disposition for
active aud cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
Put up in flat metal boxes containing 50 pills, price 50
cents per box; for sale by druggists and dealers. Will be
sent free to any address on receipt of tbe price. All letters,
orders, etc., should be addressed' to
B. F. LOCKE A CO., Genebal Agents,
July 19,1860.-ly. 20 Cedar Bt., New York.
Great improvement in cook
ing stoves. ■
CONSUMPTION OF SMOKE AND GASAND SAVING
The subscriber takes pleasure In offering to the public
NEW GAS AND SMOKE CONSUMING
Cooking Stove, recently patented, .which is destined to su
percede all others, os it requires
ONE-THIRD LESS FUEL
than other Stores and Is more easily, quickly and regulni.
ly heated. No unpleasant smell ot gas arises from this
stoveTrom the tact that it is all consumed ore it can es
cape. There is no trouble from smoke as that unpleasant
and often annoying exhalation is also consumed inside of
the stove Neither is there any danger of flues or chim
neys becoming dogged with soot or the mortar loosened by
the gas arising from coal fires.
Persons wishing to purchase stoves are invited to call at
the! store of the subscriber, in the Masonic Temple, aud ex
amine the above stoves. JOHN SHOEMAKER,
Sole Agent for TUnir Cbunty,
N. B. All kinds of Air-tight, Parlor Cooking and Egg
Stoves on hand. [Aug. 12,1806.
Marriage guide—being a
private instructor for married persons.
or those about to be married both male
female, in everything concerning the
gy and relations of our system, and the pro
duction or prevention offspring, including all the new dis
coveries never before- given in the English language, bv
WM. YOUNG, M. D. This is really a valuable and inter
esting work. It is written in plain language for the gene
mi reader, and is Illustrated with numerous Engravings.
All young married people, or those contemplating mar
riftge, and having the least Impediment to married life,
should read this book. It discloses secrets that every one
should be acquainted with; still it is a book that must be
locked up, and not lie about the bouse, It will be sent to
any one on the receipt of twenty-five cents in specie or in
ppstage stamps Address DR. WM. YOUNG, No. 1W Spruce
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. * '
AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE—No matter
what may be your disease, before you place yourself under
the care of any one of the notorious quacks—native or for
eljß-wKas™rt1 *e In this or any other paper, get a copy
of either of Dr. Young’s Books, and read it carefiilly. It
will be the means of saving yon.many a dollar, your health
and possibly yonr life.
DR.TOUNO ran be consul ted on any of the diseases de
scribed in bis publications, at his Office, No. 416 Spruce St,
above Foorth. [AprJl2,’oO.-iyeow.
Philadelphia watch and
O.; CONRAD, FORMER OCCUPANT,
No. 148 N. 2d St, corner of Quarry
The undersigned has leased the
promises, where he will keep a large assortment of Gold
and SilverlWatches,'or American, English and Swiss man
“ Crated makers, in addition to
wntch will be found always on hand (and made to order) an
extensive variety of Jewelry, Silver and Silver Plated ware,
together with a general assortment of such goods as are
kept in a first-class Watch-and Jewelry Store.
The patrons of O. Conrad, mid those of the subscriber,
together with the public generally, are invited to call, ami
they will receive a good article for their money. As I am
determined to do a cash business, goods will be sold very
SmaU-ProJiu and Quick DSet” is the motto of this
Establishment. LEWIS R. BROOM ALL,
Formerly 0. Conrad,
, No. 148 N.SeCond St, cor. of Quany, Philada.
■pLANING MILL & SASH MANU
11*8 * UbBCrlb€r WOnW annon i ce «“*
Planing mu and Saab manufac
from Tipton to Altoona, where he will continue to fill or
ders and attend to all work entrusted to him, with dee*
T ?» e .,? IU 16 on Gie lot adjoining Allison’s Steam
SHOE LEATHER.—We have just
received agobd stock of the best’Red and Oak Sole
if? also a (mod assortment of Goat and
S. I™* 1 ™* ?! ench Country Calf Skins, Uppers,
Kips, linings. Bindings, Ac, all of which we will at low
prfces and warrant to rive satisfaction.
Please call and examine onr stock before purchasing else
where, tforgetplace—nvodoore below tho Post Office
July 19,1880. STEWART A i»OMPBON.
House and lot at private
SALE.—The Qate-Honsoand lot
ALTOONA AND HOL- i
UDATSBURO PLANK ROAD CO., sit
nate from Altoona, is offered at ASBpSE .
Private Salp. For terms and furtherl^^SßßaST
rlmnsnf" * JOSEPH DTSART, President of the'
Uompany - [April 86, IMO.tf.
T UMBER FOR SALE.
r 0 the
lowest, for Cash. Apply to JOHN SHOEMAKER*
Hardware of all descrip.
tlons Just received and tor safely .
vc t .ls-tf] T 1/b. HILEMAN
SPECTACLES ANP EYE PRESER-
K_/ver*fcrsaleat (Wq KMB£*W.
The proprietors find manufacturers of HOS
TETTEH’S CELEBRATED STOMACH BIT
TERS can appeal with perfect; confidence to
physicians and eitixena generally of the United
’Stales, because the article has attained a repu
tation heretofore unknown. A few facts upon
this point will speak more powerfully than
volumes of bare assertion or Masoning puffery.
The consumption of Hostetler's Stomach Bit
ters for the last year amounted to over a half
million bottles, add from its steady
increase in times past, it is evident that during
the joining, year the consumption will reach
near one million bottles. This immense amount
could never have been, sold bdt for the rare
medicinal properties contained jin the prepara
tion, and the sanction of the most prominent
physicians in those sections ojf the country
where the article is best known! who not only
recommend the Bitters to their patients, hut
are ready at all times to give testimonials to its
efficacy in all cases of stomachic derangements
and tiie diseases resulting therefrom.
This is not a temporary pOpiuarity, obtained
by extraordinary efforts' in the way of trum
peting the qualities of the Bit tors, hut a solid
estimation of on invaluable medicine, which is
destined to be as enduring as time itself.
r Hostetler's Stomach Bitters have proved
* a Godsend to regions whore fever and ague
and. various other bilious complaints have
counted their victims by hundreds To be
able to state confidently “Bitters’*
are a certain cure for the Dyspepgia and like
diseases, is to the proprietors a source of un
alloyed pleasure. It removes all morbid matter
from the stomach, purifies (pe blood, and
imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system,
giving it that tone and energy indispensable
for the restoration of health. ijt operates upon
the stomach, liver, and other digestive organs,
mildly but powerfully, and soon restores them
to acondition essential to the healthy discharge
of the functions of nature. L ,
Elderly persons may use thejßitlers daily as
per directions on the bottle, and they wjll find
in it a stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfort
. declining years, as it is pleasant to tbe palate,
invigorating to the bowels, excellent as a tonic,
and rejuvenating generally. ’ Vre have the evi
dence of thousands of aged men and women
who have experienced the bene|fil of using this
preparation while suffering from stomach de
rangements and general debillljy; acting under
ihe advice of physicians, they have abandoned
all deleterious drugs and fairly tested the
merits of this article. A few words to the
gentler sex. There are certain periods when
their cares arc so harassing that many of them
sink under Ihe trial. The ccliuion of mother
and child is so absorbingly tender, that Ihe '
mother, especially if she be ybung, is apt to
forget her own health in her
for her infant.. Should the period of maternity
arrive during the summer seasjon, the wear of
body and mind is generally aggravated. Here,
then, is a necessity for a stimulant to recupe
rate the energies of the system.and enable the
mother to bear up under her exhausting trials
and responsibilities. Nursing mothers gene
rally prefer the Ritters to all jother invigora
tors that receive tlie endorsement of physi
cians, because it is agreeable to tho taste as
well ns certain to give a permanent increase
of bodily strength. |
All those persons, to whom we have particu
larly referred above, to wit:| sufferers from
fever and ague, caused by malaria, diarrhoea,
dysentery, indigestion, loss of appetite, and
all diseases or derangements of the stomach,
superannuated invalids, persdns of sedentary
occupation, and nursing mothers, will consult
their own physical Welfare by giving to Hos
tetler's Celebrated Stomach Bitters a trial.-
CAUTItiN.—We caution the public against
using any of (he many imitations or counter
feits, but ask for iIosTETTER’s Celebratuu
Stomach Ritteus, and see that each bottle has
the words “ Dr. J. Hosteller's Stomach Ritters’*
blown on tbe side of the bottjle, and stamped
on the metallic cap covering the dork, and
observe that our autograph signature is on the
label. • T
'lB9~ Prepared and sold by HjOSTETTEB ft
SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by all
druggists, grocers, and dealers generally
throughout tbe United States, South Ame
rica, and Germany. I
For sale by A. ROUSH, Altoona, Pa,
Sept. 20,1860-ly. j
JACOB SNYDER, TAI
The Hero of One Hunctre
■ I would respectfully set forth my cl
tlon, as a Fashionable Tailor, as folio i
Because I keep an excellent assortn
meres. Testings and Trimmings, whit
Because my work is mode up in
down the country and gives all my
Because I am>ot inferior as a Cntfc
found any where.
Because long experience in my bus:
control over it, and 1 am not depends
lift me oqt of the suds. <-
Because I am still on the sunny aid*
fore my taste as a Cutter and workmi
Call on me, in the corner room of I
Q A B^nl t Su 1 y ,^ nWlUy>>W> y
Blair county: daguerrean
ROOMS.—Mr. O. W. FISHER, the HolUdaysbura
to'tsdw 1 ** 88 * eave *° readers that he is prepared
Photographs o/deceaspd persons,
from Daguerreotypes, at the shortest Notice and babe
®p«t reasonable temse Her luu juhLcdted a lam
a new pattern of Tunny Case for ftnf i <_ _
fill them an<H,pre -
a * ®°° nß °® the cohier Of Montgomery
and Allegheny streets, * puno ITtC**
GiSL«? ES i SLER —Ipracmcal
w Altoona and the public gen-^E^W&t
Clat he still continues the Drug
on Virginia street, where ho keeps constantly vKZW
[or sal*. Wholesale and RetaiI;DRUGS, tBQ
tff DI ?^IS’^, UEMICALS > 01LS > VARNISH
ls£tl*m to fnl" tion t 0 business, and a desire to render safc
Udtetiontoall as regards price and fluidity, ho hopes to
merit and receive a share of public patronage 1
R ? d mer^“ u "oppUed On reasonable terms.
uwfT 1 from ??. wtanco P«>®Ptly attended to
Physicians prescriptions carefuUy compounded. [l-tfc
P IJ P „ AND LARD OILS, CAM
w&sr*™* °“*» °f- aOTOT . a
0 N HAND AT McCORJVHCK’S store
ha an’it£ leoaid MBortnient of R t ady ’ M^ e 'SSS!?*-
- - ■ ! SiOt. 25|«tL
/JLASB Bxlo TO 20x2
\J toerdsrby (
*JJ° velt y i* Axi World I
sl^I?S£ PHY UP0I! por «Uih
Beenred by letters patent in the United Blais.. * .
Franco, and Belgium. ’ "tfud
X HE AMERICAN PHOTOQRapw
ic porcelain comvant, xo. in
York, haring scoured their horol and
Tention by American and Knropcaa p*tents. ■SfSiS?*
tfared to execute all ordora for P pm.
Miniature Likenesses of Persona on Chi..
pnwßting all tho attract!re and adyantageoM * ******
ordinary photographs, tho brilliancy andSTS !?**** of
and a hitherto onatulaed tmaitff A****-
WUty. by being rendered as Imperishable
properties of the articles upon which Hay an -- a>t *»l
Aa tho patented process of tho Company
production of Photographs, not only
upon such aa are round or of any degree of IrwSfSS”**
portraits can bo reproduced with ikultleM
; delicacy of delineation, upon Porcelain *®d
Scriptloa and dimension usod as article, of
hooMhuld utility, such as IQ *Hrj «gf
thwoby securing Ikilhful portraita and IhmUhfaL. *.
and exquisite stylo of ornamentation of • r *S*s2d#£Jl3J
In order to ftxrnhh facilities fcr tho
twpnlar taste, and to most tho wants iaS?”* «* tks
tho Dm Arts doaftona of haring Pstroa* of
Ocmpanyharo imported from the
rior porcelain goods, mwdkisria. iR” 11 * *4a
whlchthey * own ortC,
Aa tho American Company aro nwnn .
right, and consequently thooaly ** .P»t«et
tho presses, they bays deletnilnedia«der W,le4 *• «se
» ajbri IbojitM every ttdim (h.
an opportunity to poesma
* ■ v u. *wrraaiw OJr cmyjL
to make tho following propot Itloo to
Jgf-mfcwte in Ott Qxmfry. who art ■««. mr .
tAe Ateiier and OalUriet fa Aew TcHe,***** o9
Piiroons sending a photograph, ambrotyrm. nr - .
type to tho office of tho^^TSWoSS,^SSjJ
they will seenro In like manner, "
A himdtome French Vote or TbiU Artielt,
wWh the PoitraU reproduced by the patented tma
Sy sending a pair of daguetteotypesand pruc *** 1
they will receive in return
A fuirefriA Secret Taw*
with the portraits executed equal to miniature
ISn wa£ir aoer ’ port "“V“ *"SSS^nX
Fate* </ entry Quality gf Kifrt,
ranging in price from
‘tJSKST "*“• •""* “■%«-■
All letter* to be nddresMd to , ■ ,
“ Masaoir, Amucax.PßOiQausmo Porcxum Co,**
Oct. 4, IS6O-Sm . 7?lB>9 teork
and why 1 because it new failt to afford inuanUnuoui n.
htf when given iu time. It acts as if by magic, sad oh
trial alone will convince you. that what we say is tree, li
NO PABEGOEIC OB OPIATE
of any kind, aqd therefore relieves by rrmmina the mSir.
inf* of your child, instead of by deadening its ««-rTflfor
For this reason, it commends itself os the only rtltoNima
aration now known for CttiLnaxs Twiuso, Piium"
Dtsestcbt, Gruisq w IKS Bowns, Acinnr or tuT™;
sqa. Winn, Com is tbs Head, and Caocr, also, fcr to/U%.
mg the gum*, reducing inflammation, regelating the “nrili
and relieving pain, it has no equal—being an aatwsoai«S
it is used with unfailing tuecett in all coses of Coxmxw*
os other Fits. A* you valuethe lift and health of none
children, and with to rate them from tkoutadandiMtbw
consequences which are certain to retuU from the UMtfnar
colics of which all other remedies for Infantile **•>!«
ore compared, take none but Da. Sato.v’s far actm ffiawiT
this you can rely upon. It is perfeetlyhomless,andean!
not injure the most delicate in&nt. Price, 25 ceils.- Tsll
directions accoraoauy each bottle. Prepared only by
CHURCH k DO PONT,
No. 409 Broadway, New-Tvrfc.
Healthy human Blood upon being
Always presents ns with the same essential elements, sad
gives of course the True SiAHUARn. Analyse the Blood of
a person suffering from Consumption, Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Ac., and we find in every inttanee em*
tain deficiencies in the red globules of Blood. Supply these
deficiencies, and yon sro made well. The Buon foo> k
ia founded upon this Theory—hence its astonishing ray
cess. There are-
adapted to tbo deficiencies of the Blood in different die
eases.. Foe Cocous, Coina, Bbobcoiim, or anyaffectfca
-whatever of the Thkoat or Lusas, inducing Ooßtmtmw,
use No. 1, which to also tbo.No. for Dknxsaoaor Srixm,
Loss or Appetite, and for all Cnxosio Conrnwrs, trliisi
from Oteb-pse, Giuebal Debiutt, and Mestous Pxmtu
non. No. 2, for Lite* Cokplusis, No. 3 tor Dtspimu.—
Being already prepared for absorption it to (sees bt Users
and carried immediately into the circulation, so that whst
y u gain yon retain. The No. 4is for Ftauu Ibbeopuu-
Ties, Hxstesia, IVeakkesses, Ac;, See special directionfcr
this. For Salt Riiepm, Ekvbtloxs, Scßomocs, Sam,
and Blaodeb Cokpiaints, take No. 6. In all eases the di
rections must be strictly followed. Price of the BSttiKH
$1 per bottle. Sold by CHURCH A DUPONT,
No. 409 Broadway, New-Yorfc
T. W.DYOTT A SONS. Philadelphia, andO. U.KEVBIE,
Pittsburgh, Wholesale Agents.'
By A. Kpuifa, Altoona; ff. T. Hurray, Hollidsyshuii
oad by alt respectable druggists throughout the country.
s'f ! |
jQ3 a -2 3
P W o
S<3 £’S - I
tr ~ s« a 3
ns 5 j ®*3
tej on *t> -tt S
§ S*«J S
£5 §..§ • *
p 3 =? °i s*a
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<ri W 1,5 ° 8
Q |5 S a
P s-fa S 1
ITOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENT
AL PAINTING.—MESSRS. KEYS A WALSH rs
spectfully announce to the public that they an prepared ts.
do alt kinds of ,
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING,
in a workmanlike manner andat law prices. They slsoksep
constantly on hand and for sale, at lowest prices,
OIL, GI,ASB, PUTTY & PAINTERS’ TOOLS;
ALSO, LOOKING GLASSES, STAINED A ENGRAVED
WINDOW GLASS, LOOKING GLASS A PICTURE
FBAMES.GILT AND ROSEWOOD MOULDINGS,
CARVED & ORNAMENTAL GILT FRAMES.
O- All Orders left at A. Ronsh’a Drug ■ Store, Altooas,
will receive prompt attention.
Shop on Montgomery street Hollidays burg, pa.
t MU per Month !
aba to public atten-
■\TATIONAL POLICE GAZETTE.-
L e . This i Great Journal of-Crime and Criminals to to
its Twelfth Tew, and ia widely circulated throughout
the country. It containe all Die Great Trials, Crhstosl
Osses, and appropriate Editorials on the some, together
Information on Criminal Hatters, not to be found n say
tS per annum; 11 for six months, W
be remitted by subscribers, (who should srrltetbehruusee
and the tosrh, county and State where they resldeplstoiy#
To O,W. MATSELt A Co,
Editor A Prop’r. of New York Police Gssftto,
15-tf] 7 Few BrA CWy-
tat Of Cloths, Caul
h. when examined.
a manner that takes
1 mstomers a city ap-
if to the best to be
ness gives me entire
nt upon any oh to
of forty, and there
bo “Brant House.”
American Life Insurance and Trait Co»
Company EuUding, Walnut St, S. E.totpv*/
B. F. i ROSE’ AGENT, ALTOONA.
LIFE INSURANCE AT THE USUAL MOTUALRAVsA
OR AT JOINT STOCK RATES, AT ABOUT aiWBOOg;
LESS, OR AT TOTAL ABBIINANCE RATES, THE MW’
BUT IN THE WORLD. A. WHILLDIN,W
I. C. SIMMS, See’y. [Oct STth, 1849-ly-
House and lot for salb.-
, .The subscriber offers at Private Sale
the HOUSE and LOT no* occupied by her, BBnlta
on the corner of Adnline and Julia streets, III*
East Altoona. The House is a good Two-
Story Frame Building, containing a
Parlor, Dining-Koom and Kitchen on
first floor, four good sleeping rooms on the second Beer,
a finished Attic. The lot is in good order.
Persons wishing to view the premises and obtain »“ ÜBI
Itnformation will call upon the subscriber. __ u
MARQT, M. McCBuM.
' Altoona, Aug. 11th, 1859-tf. '
Lycoming county mutual
FIBE INSURANCE AGENCY.—The ondenlptd
agent of the Lycoming Mutual Fire Insurance Compsaj>
■at all times ready to Insure against loss or damagebyar
Buildings, Merchandise, Furnctunand iVopem <» JTa
description, In town or country, at as reasonable t»".
ahy company bribe State. Office in the SUsonic IWP**
Jan. 3, ’6fi-tf]' JOHN SHOEMAKER.
WM. S. BITTNER.
OFFICE IN THE MASONIC »
PW, P* *
4VA Student wanted.
tf AND CUT
2Ven(y to One BmM Doßan the Bdr.
Thousands are daily speaking in the praise of
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■ - Brand
which ho 1m
M he will ev
Ho will a!
Such as Fl
All of which
tiled to give
If ' thatt
tiftll |xit torus,
A New Print, w
perfection of uj
Our I'riuts nro i
Feh'y 2. iMHI,
1 keep cousin
the School Booh
Alio, a choice
of all kind;* for;c
' to bo bad lu tin',
and Silver I’oiici!
tj. Call and exr
AUoohn, July :
T ANDS !
A- J The under.
Sants in the
Owl CelcotUiin c
M|»ilt«t.'aru of th
July H, 18a9.-t
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JJP ciliea, aiui
ddt. Moneys r.
without interest, i
* fe|>. 80,1869.
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V- • ALTOONA,
WUI bnctlco Inw I
•• ' OaliMtloDl of cla,
UwMle of llunl E«
. Hfrn. WlUou Slot
Wf*! < ,Hon. Saum,
■jMfeW Bfatrictr 11
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fa tho ha ,„.
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, MQTS a.\
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cmS, rc,,n7,t< *--, J-'nt
a r 0n - town or co-
In the State.
DRS. CONK '
termafci Property win