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ted to the Trading,
t((a,OBN PILLS WHtyftoiAijjg
■w. rtgKMijy. mtU remottmg all '.j,
t»w tefvilncr cattt, aMd akiaoi "• < *-
ai a pmmtaUtt
WUTios but wb»t «mo»»l>w4aa o t ( | f[
i» » medicine as “ Dnpaoco’e
« Btet ladiesof Cheater tpU the igeu*
i received so much
id he wjlling to p«y $5 a bn*, lather th,,,
If >bc could get them no teas. TW
Wt these pills arc made Known to «„»
il led you they are perfectly haraUej*
H claimed fbr them. Fall and e»pife it
puny Mich tux. I'rice Kbd<o ,per Utt._
tESSLEi!, druggist, cole Agnate* Al.
jug him $l.OO to the Altoona Post Office
k gent to any part of the country (coefl’
I, 1 ! free of postage.” Sold also hyJo|py
luu, uud. oy one druggist in every rithup,
S. D. HOWE,
Hole Proprietor, New YorV.
ivo'Pjii, 1,,,, goo,, counterfeited, and oro
si.prices ranging from 25 cents to 75
dok ont for them. The genuine, licrnr'
signatnre of S. D. Howe, sole proprietor,
tase of the above gentlemen,and y ua wil |
irtiele, and one you may rely upon
■l.—l v. -
-glnd ihusv ttlNicletl wilU
FEVEII & AGUE, OR
S, now seventy-fire years old, fu |
time to curing liis Parisbouers and (],,
of flies, dreadful complaint*, which carry
invalids to mi untimely grave; bo ha,
cure all who have applied to him (hr ro
il to la’ a Christian’s duty to relievs
dl as at home, be'will send to tboet who
if Prescriptions used, (Free of Charge),
preparing and using tiie same. Ale,
tug; Ventilation, and Exercise few u,,
i these remedies a sure euro Ibr Consotnp
es of the Throat and Longs, Fever and
a, Heart Disease,- Dyspepsia, Nervous
ie Complaints. and be hopes every one
for a ropy, os it will cost nothing, end
aid apply before it Is too late. These
ed by the most eminent Physicians in
New York. Those wishing them will
KEY. DU. CHAMBKBLAIN.
William Bhurgh, New York.
ANKKIUNK cures Putrid SoreUouth,
AXKKKINK cures Soto Nipples,
A.NKEUINE cuna Ulcerated Sorc*.
A.VKKRIXB cures Baruft*
AXKKIUNE cures Soros*
AXKEKIXE cuiv* Chappod tipi.
AX KKRIXE cure*# Ulcerated Gum*.
AN'KKiiI.VK is the best Purifier of the
. AXKKUJXE euro* Canker in the
resuliing from Sruintioaor
-it* in p vrhito teeth, use the CAN
mftvlj- fnx> from uelds and al) polio
.in Iw gtvcn to an iufmot with perfret
rve the twth nud keep theguatafree
Equally efficacious for uursleig sore
ih*iwainl.< remedies that Imre been put
the rarious diseases above, bow csit
Sold by all . drnggitts. Price 25
Proprietors, U 3 Malden Lone, K. T.
i.>.v «. W. KESSLER.
’s Infantile Cordial.
It Cordial la remarkable for its wofi
c- in cbe-tieatmuQt uf children. For
1 tething, it iota neTerber&mpUMd,
inglAknv* brprrfvkted with a mppjj,
« urn! the comfort of their little pom.
f K.mhl arc nmong theDKWtim>
Mho ag**, They are uot
I- alrvsuyr i*rcparod for ab*urptkm r
and natural in action; and whatoao
»c Blf-od F«*<] is a scienti Acdfocorety,
int siudidm *; and for wosftniptibn,
roinpbuoK dyspepsia, and other di*~
iuituun frame, 1“ unequalled for lt»
Qiiing qualities.— Odftmbia, Ohio, Ga
ingbecn restored io health in a fejr
fprqnutly, after havingeuffomi aet*
re Ion? aHVctjon, mwl thatdreaddfc»
•Mjti'ju* to iohUc known to hlsfelKrw
trrnj a co]>y of the pteacify'
f«V dfr' ctinns for preparing
kMcli tlwy will find a sure cure for
\ ilft&Kcm?!*. ic. The only of
(fig the rn-x iiptu-n U to benefit th#
ir<<nnatu»n which he concnlrea to ho
awevery saflon.T will try bis rwoe
l nothing, and may prove a birthing,
prescription will pleas** address.
-JUv. KinTAJipA. WILSON.
cr! Chills and Fever 11
'Oietfies that has ever hoen laid he
[i r and Ague. and which hare re
*»tuuw from tho press and the peo*
kdebrated Bittern Who woifijl
S-from the terrible disease, when ft
a ? u>- Who. would endipu ifticfcfr*
md icy chill*, alternately, jriiCP »
I for a mere trifle ?, And yet ho*
101 a painful i-xlstenc* uader thU
*!mig bur gulp down quinine, uu"
in as their daQy metli. girfip*
S >nn but the foolfoli and /
re these ynj liable Bitter*, vdn”
iy> Sold by druggists ami dcakrf
ti*-? aUvertUmoul In another
Rfiro Euroaiiv or tuk UsioS-"
[y most epleudid Clothing ifenff®*
t i» splendid as regards the 'pals’
be immense business of lbe.«t#h*
ud it is equally splendid in rospert
lid vast resources. Butto itsg*’
si are, first, the elegance pf the
I durability of the mafeyiais. au»f
>l the fit, and lastly tbt moderale
h are Bold. Wc refer, in this dot*
than the Brown Stone Clothing
ki,.Nos, GO3 and 605 Cbortaot SW
e. while laboring Ml missionary
Eisurajition, —1 till ntbor niianf
-rained from a learned phyafrjgM
of Jed do. Tid* recipe baa oared
* from Cou«nmpy«f
‘ "“S'w Mi Colds, Md (lie
tausol by tbaaa diaorders. ’ ■ :
olliors, I will Mod thhyielpet
fiiiPK, to all who need it. ftytrf'
•y . WM. COSGBOTJS.
i3U, falton Areana,
■ Uruohlya, fi.T- f
fcwajapbjaldao, baa a«>»thtMf
«W* p*Mj MM9W;•..
J^fgd»« »are to ■
•itk toyonr infanta.
ITtiw»iw>Hß anotjiar c*fw» '
ALTOONA MAIL SCHEDULE
Uiilidsysburg..... ... i 7 15 A, M. and 0 4.VP. 51.
Western Tlirongli 7 4S A. M.
ijoicrn Through 7 2o “
W ivtern Way ,• * ;*o P- JJ-
Eastern Way 6 “’ J 1. 51.
omcc Heins During llie week, from 0 44 a. it. till
- 5n r u. On Sundays, from 7 45 till S 45 a, si.
' JUIC.N SIIOEMAKETt, P. M
FrnressTrain East arrives 8.30 P. 51., leaves 5,50 P. 51.
•• West “ 7,45 A. si. “ 8.05 A. 51.
. o East “ 1.35 A. 51. “ 1,40 A. 51
. a .West “ 8,35 P. 51., “ 8,40 P. 51.
Mail “ Eturt “ 7,30 A. 51. 7,45 A. 51.
i- West “ 0.611 I’. 51., “ 7,05 P. 51.
Tlir HOLMUAYSBURO BRANCH connects with Ex*
~r C4 j Tmin West, and Mail Train Eutt anti Wevt.
1 INDIANA BRANCH TRAINS connect with Johnstown
/.rrumiuoilation and Express Train Lust and West, and
*iih fast Freight East.
ENOCH LEWIS, Gcn'l Snjit.
April 15, 1801.
Pursuant to a call issued by the Chief Bur
gess, the Citizens of Altoona met at Jaggard’s
Hall, on Tuesday, April 23d, ISGI, for the pur- j
pose of forming a Home Guard, and devising;
means for the protection and maintenance of :
the families of those who have enlisted in the I
service of their country. . ■ j
On motion of Dr. Findleyj W. 11. Wilson, i
F.sq., was appointed Chairman, and Bcnj. F. |
Hose, Secretary. The President stated the ob- f
jectof the meeting, after which Jas. Lowther, ;
Hs.p, offered the following : i
Hisohul, Tliifit a committee of three citizens-!
from, each ttsril, and Loudonsville, be appointed I
to procure subscriptions to aid in the support j
of the families of our fellow citizens who have
unlisted, or who may hereafter enlist in the ser
vice of our country; said committee to have
charge of the distribution of the funds thus i
raised. j I
•The resolution was unanimously agreed to. i
On motion, the Chair appointed the follojjfijig !
gentlemen on said committee . ‘
Kart Iford-.C. Jaggard, Geo li Cramer ami |
Xortii dlard—Daniel i/iuglmian, Chas. 3
Mann and John Allison.
H«; Ward— A. B. Clark, John Woods and ■
Lwl'tiitviUe —Martin Runyan, A. IX Cherry ' ' . A. G. CURTIN,
ami A. ,Biddle. [ r Jr ~. Harrisburg, April 23.
n ’ . r ,,tr -r ~ | oen - 11 dlmms— Drill you* forces at home.
On motion of t. H. Turner, Esq, die Chair and wait for marching orders. Our camp is
was authorized to appoint a'committee for the : to overflowing We icannot take more
purpose of drafting a plan of organization mid ! meu at present. Av G. CURTIN.
goveinment for the Guards, of wliicl. con,mitteei :H ead Quarters, 4th April 23 1861
the Chairman of the present meeting was to act 1 -.Captains of companies organized, or organi
as Chairman. The following gentlemen were | zm g- will act according to tenor of above dis
appointed:—W. 11. Wilson, Wm Hoyden, E. 11. ;.I' : ‘ ,i:^e - >i. WILLIAMS, Jr.,
Turner, Roht. Pitcairn*, E?fß. McCruin, Geo. I Brig. Gen, 4th Brigade.
Potts, A. A. Smyth and Geo. B. Cramer This j _ AiToox.v, April 20, 1861.
committee to meet and prepare a plan of or- j Messus, Editous:— Some of the inhabitants
ganizatign, and report to adjourned meeting to I Altoona have taken advantage of my limited
be held on same evening. j acquaintance among you, to circulate injurious*
* ° . ' reports concerning me, and I deem it but justice
On motion, a committee of three- was ap- | to myself to correct them, and define my true
pointed to confer with the: people of Logan; I wish it distinctly understood, that
township, and ascertain their views in regard I \ 11111 a mcn man, njul pronounce all reports
to co-operating with the Home Guard of Altoona. °‘ rcur j lte f to ' | he contrary, b “* e
tv m T, , -x, » v , V A "“ u “ a - ! sluadert, and those who have been instrumental
"■ 41 UJoyd, M. Banyan and Jacob Ilesser : in giving them publicity, Hart and calumniators.
Worn appointed said committee. j ELWOOD BYERS.
_ Messfs- Pluck & Lowthcr, C. Jnggard, offered j In times like the present, persona are apt to
iheir Halls for the use of the . Guards for drill j he carried away by the excitement of the, mo
purposes, &c. The armory of the Logan Rifle ; and Tumors started lose nothing hy being
Rangers was tendered for a similar purpose. : twice told. It therefore becomes every one to
Col. Woods, of the Altoona House, offered the ; k e on their guard, and not assent too hastily to
use of rooms in his house for the meeting of this or that, report, hut investigate carefully,
committees The. Borough Council room was j and when there is cause for action, let it be
also tendered. j prompt, but do nothing in baste which will be
On motion, a committee of five; confuting of |/ c P e " ted of >u «»>m ? r moments. We must not
Messrs. Jos. Kearney, Juo. Woods, John Alii- ] stt thc law nt dcfian(:c - olse w c have nothing to
son, 51. Runyan and W. C. McCormick,'were I suve . r " u f‘ We lmve to ° much confidence in
appointed a committee to procure signatures to i t * lc l u^<? Higenco and good judgment of our citi
the roll of the Guards. . | zens ,0 believe that they would be guilty of n
On motion, a committee, consisting of Messrs.
G. ii Cramer, Thos. .McMinn, mid C. J. Mann,
was appointed to procure a church forthe meet
icg this evening. j
On motion, adjournedl
W. 11. WILSON, I’res’t.
I!. F, Hose, Scc’y.
A-ljourncd meeting of citizens was hold in the
Methodise Church at 7J o’clock.
The chnirman, W. 11. Wilson, called the meet-
ing to order.
Committee appointed nt previous meeting, on
plan of organization, reported thc following:
,- -had In- known as the ALTOOXA
00... K liL'AItDS,” funned forthe protection of the fatui
o-b and-iiroporlj of tin- citizens of Altoona and vicinity.
for inteutk-n of this organization is not to otfer to the
Mate tbs services of those enrolled, hut will not prevent
*'!i> who may desire from enlisting in the regular army.
tvery member of thc Home Guard shall lake the oath
•. aih-giance to the CoDetitntiou of the United Mates and
ne state of IVonsylvania, and shall be governed by a
m or i.y-Lawa hereafter inserted.
.'echos I. This organization-shall he ditid-d into mm
l-atni-e of 7s membora, and shall tic officered hv oiiecap
•f. n - I !' r « l heutetißUts. four sergeants and four Vuili..rais,
wheu E fcnu d' l ’- ll,n Uienibc.-s of.cadi company
"r" 1 ' 11 snmcie,, t nmuher of companies shall
- BIUh U ,U , 11 hiittalion or regiment,
n sli&M then be the duty of the whole battalion or reiii
";! «> »l«t their gene,at officers, in " , ( I
military ruin* n*gulatlng the U *
, r s „ cc - S - 1* «i>all be the duly of each commanding nfflrer
f Tf^° m n ,ny m furnl " l ‘ :L ’ men on tlie order of (he
ymmamling officer .vs he shall deem m-e.-ssarv odtlr!
fam ng guard duly id such times and places as' said e m
m mding officer shall direct. ni
P ,ctt,lK ' r u t tl*'» organization shall absent
t '' lf ; ,°r rer !i St \ M P«rorn. guard (ur npy ot ‘r'?dulr
eitueut theconaeiit of the offleers „t. Ids conijamv * J ’
namt’.“'l abi.-t.ting himself from
- ■ ‘C- K“»' *■■ or other duty, or refn.mg tn obey |l™.
r .'! . ,!a lda name eh,ill |.„. stricken from the
f r t"h’ H " d ,<lui P nlcD , t!l 8,1:111 he delivered to
ar.’ P . f ' co, !'l , » 11 >' to which lie belongs.
I,' *^ cour t iiiiirtial shall Ue formed. two
rauv wl!?’i° n i'i f r >i eallt - ull <l one m-mher from each com
wtr tu ,r> an ttb9 - u,w ' * z
<-t am- memWor'tM ? r di f >r . Ji " conduct’on the part
0 i n; cane-1,1- ln ' be considered snf
canse tor dismissal from the organization.
Report unanimously agreed to andcommittee
On examination of the roll, of members, it
«as ouod that there were more .than the num
,er required to form three companies, and many
ruo intended to enroll their names hud not yet
Be s °> therefore it was decided to forth four
On motion of Mr. Potts the meeting proceed
'' to the election of four Captiins—the mem
m enrolled to hare the privilege of selecting
' -aptam under whom they desire to serve,
following Gentlemen were placed innom-
Boyden, Geoj** Potte, E, 11.
- 7 00 A.M.
7 15 A. M. ami C 30 P. M.
7 30 P. M.
7 30 “
| [We may add to the above that, oh Tuesday
I evening last, 200 guns and a heavy supply of
was received from Philadelphia, for
the purpose of equipping the Guards. These
guns, :n addition to those belonging to the
two military companies who have enlisted in
the regular servicp, who left (heir guns behind,
gives us an armory of near 300 guns, Which
will he enough to supply every man in town
who has not n gun of his own. Six, or proba
bly eight, full companies can he r rnised in this
place, and all will soon be-in readiness to take
llicir place in the field for the purpose forwhich
they are organised.—Kus. .
At n joint meeting of the committees appointed by the
citizens of Altoona, for raising a iuatontation fund for the
families of volunteers, hold .\prij 24, 1881, the following
regulations were adopted, vis : «
1. Subscriptior.s will bo receivM by each of the four
C"tiu oit Hes, ill either money, ptofisions, or eiolliiiig,
•Ti volunteers needing and wishing aid
will apply to the committee of their wind, or t e tow£
•hip, us the cusu may he.
3. All orders on the TremSnrer, for nioaev. provisions or
s e Xe T * d . r; ‘ £ “ :b * *he President, mid cjuiUrr-
Of It ' l ‘ cr ‘.' Ur -V, “I 1 0", “ certificate from the coiu
® I°A.tiCCLA,t iC CLA , k P : reOUnp -
President of Joint Committee.
Good for “Litti,k Bi.ue.”—Eight compa
nies have gone from this fcounty, in response
to the call for anen to defend the honor of our
flag, to witi
llollidaysbnrg Feniioles—Capt. Miuier,
Juniata Rifles—Copt. Lloyd.
Wayne Guards'—Cnp£. Xcff.
Tyrone Artillery—Capt Bel!.
Scott Rifles—Capt, Holland.
Logan Rifles—Capt. Zink;
Altoona Guards—Capt. Wayne.
Marlinsburg Infantry—Capt. Ramey.
Although so many have gone, we have plenty
more good men left who will be promptly on
hand should their Undoes he needed.
We copy the following from the Remitter of
. Harrisburg, April 2.1.
(mu. II til turns —Ser.U no uiore companies until
you have further orders.
direct breach of"the pence, or give countenance
to a spirit pf mob law. We do not wish to see I
suspicion fastened upon the innocent, and hope
it will not be, without due inquiry be first made, 1
j, .Mass Mkktinci.— An immense mass meeting
[ of tlie citizens of this place was held in front of
j tjie Logan House, on Mondayftvening last, and
i addresses delivered by John Scott, Ksq., of
f Huntingdon, and Hori. L. W. Hull, of this place,
j The veranda was filled with ladies who gave
evidence of the feelings which inspire their
i hearts, by joining in the applause which greeted
the patriotic remarks of the speakers We have
} not room for the addresses-which were deliver
ed on this and other occasions, at that place,
else iSh should take pleasure in publishing them.
Altoona is*L T uion to tlie core, and there is not
an arm in it that would not lend its aid in de
fence of the Flag of our Country.
Patbiotism of ocb La diks. — The veranda
in front of x the Logan House, in this place, is
crowded with the ladies of our town and vicinity
on the arrival of the trains which convey the
soldiers cast, and they.grcct them with waving
kerchiefs and Sags, smiles of approval and en
couraging words. Wo have heard of one in
stance wherein the wife of one of the men who
left this place with Capt. Wayne’s company,
gave vent to her patriotism by the expression
that she irould rather be the •tidow of a soldier
than the. wife of 'a coword. Our young ladies
are also adopting the wearing of badges of red,
white and blue, pinned ,on the left breast, or
worn on the heud dress- ;
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN
unusually fine Stock of Goode suitable for the
Season. No Auction trash, but regular good Ooodsat very
low prices. We deem It unnecessary to parade the prices
of a few articles in an adveitisement. but only say that we
can unilVUl sell goods at ns fiilr prices as any other house
in the place. Wo have, as usual, a great variety of
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS.
Id this department we think we can say ffu bare tho best
assortment to be found In tho place, consisting in part of
Black and Jhncy Silks, Poplins, Lustres, Morelias, Bracks
Mnzand/iqncf. Arabevpiej, Valencias, Grisailles . CbJa
briaus, Chailies, Delaines, Deheqts, Lavdlas, Bril
liants, Ginghams, Lawns, Chintz*, Prints, and
a full fine of Domestic Dry G<)odt.
Also, Stella and Berege Anglais Slmwls, Dusters, Hosiery,
Gloves Collars and Cuffs, Magic Ruffling ami a fall stock
of ail kinds Cf notions and Fancy Goods. Umbrellas large
and small. Boots and Shoes, Carpets, Oil Cloths and Win
dow Shades, Wall Paper sod Border, Wood aud Willow
Ware, Hardware, Qnccnsvrure,
Childrens Fancy, Gigs, &0., Sue.
We have also on hamjs a very largo and superior stock of
at Greatly Reduced Prices. Sagan and Syrups by the
No Couet.—Prothonotarr Bnldrige gives ; advance.
.. - ' • " • i We take this occasion to return our sincere thanks
notice (0 Jurors, Witnesses end Others, that no ! to.the people ef Altoona and viclnitr for the share of their
Court will ha held week iWefnro thev 1 P** roD *B e heretofore received, and Invite them to drop In
yours win ne neia next week, luererore wey , M our new etoak which we feel confident will iftase.
n«fd not Btt«nd. i | 1 Alwcrai, April 18. 3. iJ. ioWtBBS.
B@uTlie Harrisburg Telegraph learns that so
great is the rush for the army, among the Penn
sylvania Rail Road employees in this place,
that if the enlistments go on, the road will bo
left in an embarrassed condition for want of
hands of experience. ’Tis true that oar town
has done nobly in the Way of furnishing recruits
for the army, and many of our best men have
left us, but we have not learned that any. em
barrassment has been occasioned, from the fact
that most of the workmen here are experienced
men and well acquainted with their business.
No embarrassment from this source, wo think,
need be apprehended.
Turner, Jno. L. Piper, A. Devlin, B. Houseman,
A. Kipple, S. Barber, J. Kearney, A. A. Smyth,
K. B, McCrurn and Joa. Smith.
On motion, Messrs. Runyon, McConnell,
McCrea and Roush, were appointed tellers.
Tellers reported the"' following gentlemen
Wm. Hoyden, Captain Company A
E. H. Turner, :1
3. L. Piper,
A. A. Smytb,
j SST" For the past few weeks our town hsa WLlkrCI CD 9k iun A/NkiiA f
been one of unusual excite meat. The “war” " PittLtfa S» WILSON’S
| has been tbs all-absorbing topic, and a martial C ITT XTST | \rr» ' dS !
spirit pervades the whole community, Numer- : § ® '* *■ vwX . j
obb events have transpired, which will serve m n-s-wifwim 2 I
to be memorable in the history of our country; S |OT A#lH IW fCK S'
but since a Home Guard has been organised * *l*** V**4*£¥fiw* ££
here, we may consider ourselves quite safe, for
the present, and again resume our usual oocu- *- R A O |/rn ry
pstions. As the painting season is now fully jg
on us, it may be well-to say, that, itis a matter ' g ALTOONA, I j A., 3T
of great importance to those who contemplate !£* An-pnt for Rlfllr Pnilllfv S
doing, or havjng something done in this line, A o“H* *® r ulnlF tOUD(y> ®
to know where they can obtain the best mid *l9 Vl*3l'D*3Li JLA
cheapest materials Such can bo obtained at < N*VJO H/W *S
Kouah’s Drug Store, where they are constantly * r PHESE MACHINES ARE ADMlT
ken> , , . . ! 1 to be tho beat over offered to the public. and their
Kept, and whose sto-k we can safely recommend euiwriority in ntitfactoniy estabiubed by tbc tact tilt in
to the public, j the last eight years,
[ Over 14,000 More
of these Machines have been sold than of any other mots
afuctured, and more medals have boeu awarded the pro
prietor* by different Fair* and Institutes than to any oth
ers. The Machine* are warranted to do all that is claimed
for them. They are now in use in several families In Al
toona, and in every case they giva entire satisfaction.
The Agent refers those desiring information as tb« su
periority of the Machines,, to Col. Ivlin L. Piper. Rev. A.
5* CJoorge Uuwkesworth, Beuj. P. Rose, and B LL
The machines can be seen and examined at the store of
the Agent, at Altoona.
Price of No. 1 Machine, tdlver plated, gloat foot on * new
style iiemmer—$05. No. 2, ornamental brume, slom foot
anil new etvle liemmer—ss3. No. a, pbiiii. with old stylo
liemmer—s4s. [Jlareh 21,1801-tf.
Man Drowned— On Saturday l„«t whilst a
company of men were engaged in fishing in the
Juniata near Petersburg, one by the name of
McGinlcy, fell out of the canoe, and sank in the
water, and although every effort was made to re
cover the body it bad not been found at the time
of penning of this article. The deceased was
formerly a minister of the United Brethren per
suasion, but has latterly been employed as a
watchman on the Pennsylvania, -Railroad. He
leaves a wife and seven children to mourn his
untimely death. —Huntingdon American.
3- I** Cameron can be found at
Roush’s Drug-Store at all times during the day,'
and at Mrs. Rigg’s boardinghouse at;night,
except when professionally engaged. Those
who desire his services should note the change
of boarding place.
The doctor requests us to state that be will
give gratuitous medical attention to the families
of all those who have enlisted in defence of the
Flag of our Country.
Union* Envelopes and Letter Paper.—
Charley Caughling, of the Blair County Book
and Music Store, opposite this office, hsr just
received a supply of Union envelopes and letter
paper, having the American flag printed in colors
ou the upper .left-hand corner of the envelope,
and on the top of the letter sheet. All who
desire to show their love for the Union and the
flag of our country, by the use of these articles
in their correspondence, can find them in all
styles and sizes at Caughling’s.
Gratuitous Attendance upon Volunteers’
Families. — To the Tyrone ami Altoona Hclirf
Committees. Gentlemen—Feeling that in the
present crisis it behooves all true patriots to
willingly make sacrifices in support of our Union,
and in encouragement of those who have so no
bly rallied to its defence, I herewith offer my
professional, services, free of charge, to all who
may stand in need of assistance.
Dr. A. P. Calderwood, Altoona.
SST We Icam from flic Uegisler that the folks
ot Williamsburg and WooJberry township have
made arrangements to keep open a “Widows
r Garner” in XcfFa mill, for the benefit of the
needy families of the volunteers who have gone
from that neighborhood in support of the “Stars
On Sunday morning last, Sherman’s
Battery* from Minnesota, passed through this
place, on its way to Washington. It is compo
sed of 180 regulars, horses, and pieces of Artil
lery. The.men were all stout, healthy looking
fellows, well drilled and will do good service in
taff'At a meeting of the Ladies’ Mite Society
of tbs M. E. Church, Altoona, it was resolved.
That they, as a society of ladies, do adopt the
wearing of the badge of our Union, in the form
of a rosette, os an evidence of the feelings which
they entertain for their country.
I. 0. DF 0. F.— Xoliee. —-The members of the
order generally, are invited to attend at the
Lodge room of Altoona Lodge No. 473, next
Friday evening, 'at 7i o’clock, to celebrate the
42d anniversary of the Institution of Odd Fel
lowship. By ordep.' D. ROBISQN, Sec’y.
ruoiioTED.yCapt. Minier, of tbe HclUdnjs
burg Fencibles was last week elected Colonel of
the Regiment composed of tbe Bl»ir and Cam
bria county volunteers. Col. Higgins has been
appointed aid to Brig. Gen. Williams, of liar
On the 18th hut., hj John Griffin. F.«n.. Mr. THOMAS
MOIIOAN, to Miss EUZABETU UEES, both of Logan
At the M.;E. Parsonage, on Hiursday evening. April
ISth, by Rev, \V. h. Spottawood, Mr. FLKMON TROUT to
Miss SARAH H. McMAIION. both of Altoona.
T FASHIONABLE MILLINARY &
J.’ -TRIMMING Store, on Virginia street, AJtooua, op
posite J. B. llilctuan’s store. The subscriber Raving pur
chased with great care, an entire, new stock of Ladies
dress goods, and Trimmings: al«d a largo assortment of
Bonnets and Ribbons, Floe French Work, Collars and Un
dorslecvCs in sets. Gloves, Mitts,Tloslery, Skirts, Ac., all of
the latent stiles, and in great varieties, ore now open for
the examination of the Indies; all of which will be sold at
the lowest cash pries. Ladies desiring good*of the above
named should call on the undersigned and suit themselves
before purchasing elsewhere.
MRS. ELIZABETH EABT.
Altoona, April 25, ISCI-Cm.
FIRST ARRIVAL OP
AT THE “MODEL.”
DIRECT FROM NEW YORK.
I) A. O. KERR HAS JUST RE-
V, turned from New York City with a beautiful as
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,
consisting in part ot
Winter Silks, only 65 tenia per yard,
Black Dress Silks “ $1,20 per yard .
Japanese Cloth —a beautiful fabric for ladies'
dresses —ifacjcan Flads,
PoiJ do Chevrcg, h most complete assortment of the latest
patterns of Delaines, Opera Cloth, plain Delaines oulv HO
cents jht yard, they have always been sold at 23 cts. in Oils
market. Also, a beautiful assortment of the challenge
IVnnusutta Print*, now acknowledged to bo the best prims
in market, and a handsome assortment of &*t colored
prints from 6 to 10 cts per yard,
Shawls, Cloaks, Opera Caps,
Woolen Vndcr»leeveB for ladies and children, an unsur
passed stock of Hosiery, together with an abundance aud
variety of everything in the Notion and Trimming line,
lie calls social attention to his beautiful assortment of
which is Acfcni-wledged to be the must complete of any in
the town, and sold ut prices defying competition. Tea acts,
consisting of 40 pieces, sold at $4 00.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
directly frrm Kt-w York, nud bought from first liar*
BRUSSELS, ALL WOOL INGRAIN, LIST, HEMP AND
RAG CARPETS. T
OIL CLOTHS from 1 to 2 yard* wide.
His stock of
is complete in every respect*, and will se sold at as low a
figure ai any house this side of the city.
VERY CHEAP AT
McCormick's Store, in East Altoona !
test opened a very large
tf and complete assortment of Spring and Summer
Good-i, consisting of British. Ercnch and American Dry
Goods, selected with great care to suit tills region of coun
try. In the line of Ladles Dress Goods for'quality aud
price, they will surpass.
Mantillas , Dusters White Goods , Em
broideries, Irish Linens * Linen Handker
chiefs > Hoopskirts, Clothes , Cas~
simeres , Kenhicky Jeans. Prints,
Ginghams , Muslins, Plan* -
nels, Elc, r JSlc.
' -BiKds k Shoes in all their various make .nnd material for
Men k Boys* ns well as Ladies, Misses and Children.
Beady Hade Clothing,
a full assortment to suit the season, with Hate, Caps, Um
brellas, Parasols, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting. Brooms,
Buckets, Tubs. Tin Ware. Queensware, Hard Ware, Stone
Ware, Market Baskets. Zink Rubbers. Brushes, Clothes
Linos, ££., with all articles necessary to make np a fall as
sortment to meet the waul* of the people.
ALSO, a complete
which will hare our special attention, first in biding and
selecting the best, and freshest articles as well as keeping
it up at all times. Coffees of the vefy best and richest
Black and Green of the best quality and flavor. Supers
good and cheap; common Brown at 6, good at 8 emu,
common white 10 cents.
Syrups and Baking Molasits,
from tho best Lovcrings nt C2U, to the lowest grade at 40
cents. Cornstarch, Bryed Peaches, Dryed Apples, Farrena,
Bacon. Bryed Beef, Mackarel, Herring. Lake Fish Jt Bry
Fish, Window Glass, different sizes, Ac .Ml of which will
bo sold very low for cash, or exchanged for Produce.
Always on hand, Speer A Halls celebrated Iron Plows.
Persons visiting town would do Well before making
their selections to call and examine our stock, as we will
be pleased fo see them free of clmrgo. Very thankful for
l>ast favors, we respectfully solicit a continuance ofpub
Altoona, April 18th, 1861-tf- '
SPRING OP 1861
WALL PAPER! WALL PAPER!
The Largest Assortment and Lowest Prices iu
Pittsburgh. Come and see.
aVo. 87, Wood Street^
(Near Fourth, at tho Old Stand,) -
Has for sale beautiful French, German & Amer-
50,000 rolls at cts. 50,000 rolls at 6, 8 and 10 cents.
Windoa Curtains, Fire Board Prints,
Tester Covers, Ceilings, Ac.
JOF* Look for the Striped Front.
Altoona, March 7,1861-4 m. '
VALLADE & STEWART
WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN
FORM the pnbiic that they liare fitted Up a neat
On Corner of Caroline <£• Virginia Sl*., Altoona, /h M
where they are prepared to take the best PHOTOGRAPHS
over taken in this part of the country, and on the most
reasonable terms. We make any kind of a picture from a
SMALL AMBKOTYPE up to LIFE-SIZE PHOTOGRAPH,
painted in Oil, Water Chior or India Ink, and also tho
MINIATURE. Every type and large'size Oil Painting on
'Canvas. Entire, satisfaction given or tto charge. We have
also on hand a lurge assortment of fine GILT FRAMES of
different size* ami prices.
We respectfully invite the pnbiic to call and examine
our specimens before going elsewhere.
* t*L Remember the place, Figart's Building, corner of
Caroline and Virgina Streets [April 10,1861 .-3m
ALUABLE PROPERTY AT PRI-
T YATES ALE.—The property known _AmJL
as the Grcousbarg School Property, situ
ate in North Ward, adjoining lots of yTm. l lIIA
Bent and W. A. R. Laub, is, iu accordance
with a resolution of tho School Board,
fered at Private Sale. This is a
property, there being two full lots of grounds and two-sto
ry frame house. With a little expence lira house can bo
made to accommodate two families.
For further particulars inquire of Geo. 1). Cramer, Wm.
Hoyden or John Shoemaker, School Directors.
GEO. B. CUAMER.
March 21, ISOI-lra. Petit Altoona School Board.
Notice.— the annual meet
-IKQ of the Stockholders of the ALTOONA GAB k
WATI2U CO., will be held at the Gas Works, on Saturday
evening, May 4tb, 1801, at 7 o’clock. !
An election for ONE rRESIDENT.’FIVE MANAGERS
and ONE TREASURER of Ona A Water Co, will be hpltl
at Uu Wortci, on Monday, May 6th, IS6I, between the
hour* of 10 and It! o’clock, A. M.
B. F. ROSE, See'y.
17OE BENT.—THE BUILDING ON
X? Virginia Street now ooenpied by D. Langhman oa a
Clothing and rarlety store, Apply t# 0 W Kenton
C. i V
ADTTCX PRES. ; . j , _ „ -
, , NervousHeadadie
/^sttKaagrff-sss isaaf >• /.iroc
r«l | <>fof , ho»e suffering and afflicted with Chro- LUnt if
“** * n ‘* v '™ ! l, ' n * Disorders. To tills end this Infirmary it \I/# -» 4«tV .1
endowed, to enable the sick and suffering throughout 'the * 4a IjV
< ' <lr lan ''- *“»«*> Ihe/hiwwiij
and / ?*' >rm, « »/ pmftsttd JPkytidantt VAI AV*^" 7
through which thousand* aud tens of tuoomiHls luinoallv i . '
• porbh. * ■ vIIK mm *mm
I kw1 ,C 10lI ol i owin P V e •?"*><* 0* dltrutw wocurc, not OnW ; Kbß,
. w **ie Infirmary hm in all parts of oDr country : ■PI] Ipl/M||. I2II«H IH-i'
Consumption and Pulmonary CobiplalnU, l&tn, Scrof- M M *lf m KTwMnik lTt7t
nio. Dyspepsia, hyo and Ear Disease, Oa fiber* and other 1
Tumm, Jaundice and LitefCoaplafnt, Seminal WeaktieM.
and all diseases ..of the Urhmry and Sexual Oraans, from
whatever cause or whatever nathre. Offr otdect tfrm be to
P 2L io,t ? t r bea ® k ‘ te ' l eating in all caaraaapeedy cure.
Our rule i* to charge nothing foradvjcv aud written pre
script ions: but will furnish when requeetal the Tcrv beat
medicines at the lowest rntes. *
These remedies are prepared in our own Laboratory, un
der the care of able Chemist*, and' are the most reliable
known to science, including all the recent discoveries.
To all addressing u- by letter, containing foil account of
symidoms a.id appearances of disease, age, occupation, Ac.,
\ve will write a candid r»ply. with advice and direction*
for core. Any fees sent ns when sending for advice will be
devoted to furnishing medicine for the poor. In nil ruses
medicine can be sent by mail or express If desired. Send
ior' on© or more of our works and judge foryoursclvcs.
Also published at the Infirmary, to aid lh*M-objects,
THE FAMILY PHYSICIAN,
Orntnioing simple romnliu easily obtained for the cure of
Diseases 111 all its forms, with full explanations of the
causes, symptoms, diet, bathing and exerch>e r Price 501 Is.
THE LADIES’ MEDICAL FRIEND,
AND Tfitj PHYSIOLOGY ON MARRIAGE.
A work on the cause, s.vmptums and treatment of «U
complaints peculiar to the sex, on marriage, its duties,
abortion and its results, on Children, their ilia and on the
prevention of conception, with Invaluable Instructions to
thrnion subjects of a private nature. Price 25 cents.
The Gentlemen's Medical Companion.
AND PRIVATE ADVISEE.
A hook for the old aud young, embracing tliePatholrgy,
Prevention and Cure of all Diseases of the Drinarv and Sex
ual Organs, and a warning voice of advice audcounscl, such
as to lie found in no other work. Price 25 cents'.
THE GUIDE AND GUARD
FOR EVEBV ONE.
It exposes *ll the Humbugs, aud the various Tricks to
entice the sick and well. It illustrates tbo plans of the
Quacks and Rogues to dupe every one. It guides the mi
wsry through life, and shows up every swindlc.of the age
It shows how all kinds of Food, Medicines* Honors and'
Goods are adulterated, with the means of detecting the
frauds. Price 25 cent.
THE HOUSEHOLD AND FiiRM,
r . PLANTATION AND SHOP. ;
For every family, having over IUOO receipts on Cooking.
Preserving, Dyeing, Cleaning, Ac. How to plant and what
is the best to raise. How to cure animals, advice tohouse
keepers, tanners and mechanics, on 11)00 subjects of inter
est. Price 25 cents. Worth $lO to any one,. .
THE CONSUMPTIVES BOOK.
For those who wish to get well from that awfnl disease,
a full description of all. the remedies nsed tor it. with a
careful statement of the results, and other useful informa
tion. Price 10 cents.
The information in them is not to be fonnd in any works
published, nor obtainable from any other source. These
books are published ou fine white paper, and beautifully
bound. . J
Any of the above works will be mailed free, on receipt of
price, in stamps, nr money: or the whole in a handsomely
bound volume for one poelau. No family should be with
out them.' Tiiey are illustrated with beautiful engravings,
and contain the condensed experience of years* ■/
Agents Wanted for the above works, w ho can make,l6o
a month. Send for a circular for agents, '
To the young ot both sexes suffering from Secret habits;
prostration of mind; lots of power: nervous debility; loss
of sight; wakefulness; love of solitude; eruptions on the
face, Ac., Ac. Send before it it too late ; before you suffer
incurable damage to both body and mind.
To Females who want safe, pleasant and sure remedies
tor Irregularities, Obstructions, Whites, Ac, pend to us.
We are convinced that there are many parents of scrofu
lous, consumptive and diseased condition towhom a nu
merous offspring only brings suffering and! poverty. To
such we would sav write, and we will send information of
He snre, well-Ice ted, and never-failing PBEVwrtrht,'
Wewill mail free, to any one applying f>r |t, !
THE JOURNAL OF MEDICAL REFORM.
It is a largo and bountiful paper, and contains the most
valuable information onSjK-rinatorboea, or Seminal Weak
ness. Tim cause, effects and cure, showing the awful c 5
fects of the disease,
On id! other diseases of the Sexual Organs, a full expla
nation of the origin of Syphilis, the means of prevention
On Consumption, that iearfal disease.
Ou the Liver, Heart, Stomach and Skin, i 4
On Female Complaints.
On the various Schools of Medicines. j -
On the modes of Treatment now practised. !
On the False Treatment of Diseases. J
On the various Medical Humbugs.
On the Physiology of Marriage.
On the Common sense of Medicftie.
On Diet, Exercises, and Ablation.
How the Physician should bo.
How to prevent Pregnancy.
And many other things. Son tor it.
This journal should be In the hands of every one, •
J. Kc&xll, M. D., A. M„ Chief Physician. fc. 8. Momaa,
Surgeon. Dr. J. Boyle, Chemist.
Office in New York, 154 Chambers street.
Office In Willlamsburgh. South Bth and sth streets.
Correspondent* will please enclose two or three stamps
for return postage, and address
DR. A. BERKEY, Sectary,
Williamsburg, New York.
MRS. WINSLOW, AN EXPERI
ENCED NURSE AND FEMALE PHVSICIAN,
presents to the attention of mothers her v
FOE CHILDREN TEETHING,'
which greatly facilitates the process of toe thing, by soften
ing the gums, reducing all inflamation, will allay pain and
Bp«sra'»dic action, and is sure to regulate ihe Bowels.
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yomrtelxxs,
and Relief and Health to you Infants,
We have put up and sold this for over ten years,
and can say, in confidence and truth of iri what we bare
never been able to say of any other medicine—never has it
faded, In'a single instance, to effect a core, wben'timely
used. Never did we know an Instance of dtiwiffcfiictfon by
any one who used it. On the contrary, all are delighted
with its oj>emtion*i and speak In terms of highest commen
dation of Its magical effects and medical virtues. We speak
of this matter “what wo do know,” after ten years* expe
rience, and pledge onr reputation fur the fulfilment of what
we here declare. In almost every instance wbere the in
fant is suffering from pain and exhaustion, relief will be
fotmd in fifteen or twenty minutes’after tbe syrup is ad
This valuable preparation Is the prescription of one of
. the most experienced and skillful nurses in New England,
and has been used with never-failing success in thousands
of cases ,
It not only relieves the child from pain, but invigorates
tho stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone
and energy to the whole system. It will almost instantly
relieve Griping in the Bowels and Wind Cbft'c. and over*
Come convolsoins, which, if not speedily remedied, end in
death. We believe ft the best and rwrext rtfkedy in the
world, in all coses of Bysentery and Diarrhoea In children,
whether it arises from teething or from any other cause.—
Wo would bat to every mother who'has a child suffering
from any of the foregoing complaints—do not let your pre
judices, nor the prejudices of others, stand between your
suffering child and the relief that will be snrer-yes, abso
lutely sure—to follow tho use of this medic foe, if timely
used. Full directions for nsing will accompany each bot
tle. None genuine unless the fee-simile of CURTIS A
PERKINS, New York, is bn tbe outside wrapper.
Bold by Druggists throughout the world, and by Q. W.
Kessler and A. Roush, Altooua. Price 25 cents
JQp* Principal Office, No. 13 Cedar street, IRh T.
July 12,1880.-1 y.
Wall Paper and Border.
An unusually laegb stock
of the ’ ■ f .
LATEST SPEINQ STYLES,
Just received, which will be sold cheaper than ever by
March 21,1801-rt. J. A J. DWTHBK.
Tbe Bodngrser. :
Tills wonderful article, Just patented, I* something en
tinly hew, and never before offered to agents, who are
wanted everywhere. Tull particulars eeot/n*. Addfeba
MorT.-lyis BHawA<!LARK. BMdleford, Maim. ;
PUBE WHITE LEAD AND ZINC
Faint, also Chrome, Green, Tellow,l*rts Oreetu dry
and ground oil at |l-tf.J gMffilK'l
Ujr iho in of these fill* the p -t'ltidic attacks f Yfrirsnt
or tick Headache may to prevented; and if taken at dia
Commencement of aa ettact immediate relief from p-t
-and sickness will bo obtatned.
They ecldom fell In removing tie Alkhm ~nfl frrai<sr?ti
to which femolca are ao subject.
They act gently upon the bowels,—removing Chsticeasss.
for Literary Men, Student*, Deßcata F«aai«a,and all
persons of eedealary habile, they arc valuable as a Luxotfce,
Improving the appetite, giving tone and rigor to the diges
tive organs, and reotorlogtho natural elasticity and strength
of the whole system.
The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long investiga
tion and carefully conducted experiments, having bean in,
use many years, during which time they have prevented
and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering from
Headache, whether originating in the nervous system or
from a deranged state of the stomach.
They are entirely vegetable in their com position, ond
may be .token at oil times With pefrct solely without
making any change of d tret, and the absence of any A' m
ffrteable taeie render, it easy to admimder Unit to children.
The gcnnlne hove live signatures of Henry C. Ppolding on'
Sold by IlrtlggUt* and all oilier Dealer, in Medicine,.
A Box wiil-bc sent by niail prepared on receipt of tile
PRICE 95 CENTS:
All orders Bboald bo addressed to
HBSUT 0. SPALDIKO.
48 Cedar Street N<« York.
Not. 15, ’6o^-lj.]
THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OP
MILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM
THAT A *
SPEEDT AND SUES CUBE
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. •
At these Testimonial* ww unsolicited by Mr. SPUfiXXa,
they afford unqwsiionahU prorffof ike effkaCy of ' ’
this truly scientific discovery.
Masontiilb, Coxs., fob. 5,1861,
slr. Spalding, i
I have tried your Cephalic Pilla, and I lilt Meat tovtli
that I want you to send me two dollars worth mom.
Part of these ore for the neighbors, to whom I Mrs a
few out of tho first box I got from you.
Send tho Pills by mail, and oblige
Vuor obedient Servant,
UiTißroßD, Pi., Fob. 6,1861.
I wish yon to send me one more box ot your CepbUt*
Pills, Ihmt TKrirtd a great *ol ofbenefit from. Hum.
MARY ANN STOIKIfoDSK. -
Braces Osin, Hcmuiosox Co., Ps, Jan. 18,1861,
H. C. Brusixs.
Yon will please send me two boxes of roar Cental 1c
Fills. Send them Immediately.
, Respectfully youre,
wore J , JOHN B. SIMONS. .
, P. S.—7 hart uudmeUx of your POit, and And Mess
„ „ Bm+l VnutO-t, Omo, Jah. 15,1861.
nprai C. Sriinnra. Saq.
find Inclosed twenty-fire cent*, for which send me
-Mother box of your Cephalic Pills. Thty an truly Ou
Uti mU Itttr tried. Direct '
A. STOVEtt, P.M.
Belle Ternon, Wyahdott Co., O.
BeTeut, Mass, bee. 11,180 J,
11. C. Spauiiso, E 34.
I wlah for some circular* or large show bßb, to bring
your Cephalic Pills more particularly before toy cuat<>
men. If yon bare anything of the kind, please send to
One of my customers, who is subject fo severe Pick
Headache, (usually lasting two days,) at-'
task in one hour itfyour P3U, which I sent bar.
W, B. WILKES.
Rinrotrsßtso, Faixxu!i Co;, Omg, Jan. 9, IS8J;
IJjCmt c. Sriua so, ' ■
No. 48 Cedar rt„ N. Y.
Ds« Six: :. , ,‘s
Inclosed And twenty-flye cent*. (25.) for which send one
box of “ Cephalic fills.” Send to address of Her. Wm. a
Filler, Reynoldsburg, Franklin Ohio.
Your Piilt nark tilt a charm —cure Headache ahaon in
WU. C. PILLEE
Vrsitisn, Mien, Jan. It, IBM.
Not long elnce I emit to jron for a box of Cephalic PIIU
for the cure of tie Nerjrou* Headache and OcHthrenM*, and
received the same, and they had to good an effect that I that
induced to tend for more.
Pleaaoacud hy return mail. Direct to
A. B. WHEELED,
From lie Examiner, Xar/oil-, ri.
Cephalic Pills accomplish the object tor which they wars
made, Tiz.: Care ofheadachwln all Its forms.
■FSvm tie Examiner, NdrfoO:, Vo.
They hare been tested in more than a thousand eases.
With entire success.
From tie nemoerat. Si. Cloud, Ban.
If you are, or hare been troubled with the headache,
send for a box, (Cephalic Pills,) so that you mayharo
them Id ease of an attack.
From tie advertiser, Froridmee, It. J,
The Cephalic PUjs are said to be a remarkably effective
remedy forthe headache, and one of the very beat for that
very frequent complaint which has efer been discovered!
From tie Weitem B. B. Gatette, Chicago, Ft..
Wo heartily endorse Mr. Spalding, and bis unriTallad
Cephalic Pills. ~
Horn. tU Kanawha Valley Star , Kanawha, To.
with the headache,
who try them, will stick to them. -
Prom the Jouthem Hath Kinder, Xew (Meant, la.
Try then I yon that are afflicted, and we are aim that'
yoor testimony can be added to the already ntimenma llet
that baa reoeired beoefita that no other medicine can «n>-
ddee, - ■
*a- A Whgjo bottle of SPALDINGS PEEP AR ED Qf.DE
will taro ten tttnee its coat anntially.'^t
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
SPALDING'S PREPARES GLtjß t
SPALDING’S PREPARED GUIEt
bats tor nnxit
*«n 1* wall regnUtea fo»i
lie*, It h eery deelrabte to h«»e some cbaep «o4cntee
«*“>» »«I for repairing Farnttwe, Tojt.OrwSerT, *e,
BPAUJDWB PRIPABBD OI.XJBI ’’
mooti *ll no booaebaklen ajfordtn
bewitlust it. It ie alernyt reed;, ud >p to tM eticUßg
point. ,\ ■
“USEFUL IN EVERY BQCSE.”
N. 8.-j-A Bnuh Hcomp«rii«a each Botlle. Mn 3t el|
A<W H»N»y C. SPALDING,
No, 48 Otar 81, N»T.
A« certain iwpriikdpM pmoni in AitsmpUmto pUw
* tn< jwwta. faff*ta>fc»M Af ay
RRD 9Hm, I tamjtfSntlon *ll tanowto naafewbaltn
«x» mltaT t ttmm-