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MAD E E AS Y !
Good 3fow» for the Unemployed!
1000 Chances to make Money!
OHE MILLION DOLLARS
TO BE DISPOSED OF ON*
AN ENTIRELY NEW
ORIGIN A L PLAN!
2,500 AGENTS WANTED!!!
AD ptnona desirous of securing an Agency in this
Should send oa their names at once, enclosing aScent
stamp,to pay portage, and receive by return of mail ,
A RARE CHANCE
MON E Y
without risk, together with
Relative tu this
NOVEL PLAN !
Xv iniuro prompt and aathfoclory' dealings, direct all
° rdy,, ° GEORGE G. EVANS,
AMD BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY,
,Vo. 54 Market St., Harrisburg, Pa.
is chiefly devoted to
1 the manufacture of Blank Books for jgfWfigJUß
Banks, County Offices, Kiulroad Companies, /[*/■/[>
aud private individuals. In all cases the
reiw beat of stock and workmanship may le fmmmam
TcUcd upon. Blank Cooks printed, paged and bound to
anv desired pattern. Sheriff's, Attorneys awl Ju-ticca
Bockats of all sizes, made and ruled to order. Tn-enmal
and Yearly Assessments, Duplicates, Ac., for county purpo
sea, printed or plain, ruled and bound to-order. County
Dock<<ts wade of the best linen paper. 1 . ~
Librarians and others desiring to have their Book* vroa
bound and at moderate price*, should give us a call. Nows*
papwsof the largest sizes. Harper's Weekly, Gleason s
pictorial, Ballous, Scientific American,.London News,
bound to order, and In any style required. Harper a Month
ly MaeuinO' Knickerbocker, Blackwood's and Graham/*
Macazincs, Uodey’s Lady’s Book* Lady's Repository, Pcter
•ooi a Magazine, Piano Music. Ac., bound in extra styles, or
the mure plain and substantial half binding. Stdccl-Pnra*;
nblets. Law Magazine*?, Pamphlet laws, bound in good la*
tmrv style, at very moderate prices. Person* having a
naaber of volumes to bind, will receive a liberal discount.
BlwliM can eafbly be sent to ns from a distance by Ex
prflflftTand all work entrusted to our care will be *pe«d
dlly executed, safely packed and re turned Kxpnsfl.--
AU work warranted. Address I - L. HCTTLR, ,
Ilarruoury t 1 ct,
«wMcCRGM & BERN, at the Tribune Office,. are my
foi Altoona, and vicinity. They will give inform*
tton In relation to blading, and receive and return books
charEC ‘’ for 411 wll ° c [M^Vkiwi- r iV°
JACOB SNYDER, TAILOR,
The Hero of One Hundred Fits per Month
X would respectfully
forth my claim to puli,
attention, u a Fuhkmabl
Tailor, as follows;
Because I keep an exr
lent waortment of Clol
Casahncres, Testings' i
Trimmings, which, wl
Because my work
smas ns In a manner tl
HkM down the couni
Md ciTM til my custom
a cny tppeuance.
Becatmalam not intei
as a Cutter to the best
, be fraud anywhere.
Btcansn tong experiei
In my business glees
entire control oter it, i
lam not dependant n]
any one toUft mo out
Bscmk I bid vtill on the many side of forty, and there
fora My taste as a Cotter and workman unimpalml.
CUI on me, in the comer room of the .“Brant Uouse.”
Giro me a trial and you will go away pleased.
Altoona,MajaWm JACOB SSTDEE.
SPRING OF 1861
WALL PAPER I WALL PAPER!
' The largest Assortment and lowest Prices in
Pittsburgh. Come and sec.
WAUGRP. MARSH AJLX,
Xo. 87, Wood Street,
(Jfcu Xoarth, »t (be OM Stand,)
Has for sate beautiful French, QerOi&n & Amcr-
Pall*. - "
' : lodge*, .
50,000 nUs«MS}£ eta. 50,000 rolls at C, 6 ami 10 cents.
Window Ourtatw,Fire Board Prints, 1 I .
Tester Coecrs. Ceiling*; *c.
*»• look fcr the Striped Front.
Waß Paper and Border.
An unusually large stock
LATEST BPBXNG STYLES,
JostreealTed, wbich wUI bo sold cheaper time ev6r by
JU«h*VIS6I-tf. J. & J. LOWTOKK.
, . ITT AIR OILS, COLOGNES, POM-
T>URE WHITR LEAD AND ZINC; n adca, Sharing Crfcam,Taikt Soapg, Ac. Cw *ak by
M- W*V Pari* G?«, dry | Htl O. W. KKSSLEII.
t£dgrom«oil4t fl-tt.! KJSSSIKK’B 1 ■:■■•!■*■■■ j ■
—— i A BDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, Tms-
QPECTACLES ANP EYE PREBER-! ami sh-uw-r Enc- r-r «i, at - •
O wi>;feT«to« kesuujvs. i w - oeessleh
AN EFFECTIVE, SAFE AND eco
FOB RESTORING GRA Y It Am to it. original color
without dyeing, anil pretenting the hair from taming
FOR T PRRVR\TI!iG RAtR.tES.% and coring it, when
there is the least particle of vitality or recuperative en-
SCVRF AXD DANDRUFF, and nil
cutaneous affections at the Scalp.
FOR REAVTIFTING THE HAIR, imparting to :t an un
equalled (doss and brilliancy, making it soft and silky in
Its texture and causing it to curl readily.
Tho great celebrity and tho increasing demand tor this
unequalled preparation, convince the proprietor that one
trial is only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of its |
superior qualities over any other preparation at present in !
use. U cleanses the head and scalp from dandruff and
other cutaneous diseases, causes the hair to grow luxnrient
ly, and gives it ft rich, soft, glossy flexible appearance,
and also where the hair is loosening and thinlng. it will
give strength and vigor to the, routs, and restore the growth
to those parts which have become bald, causing it to yield
afresh covering of hair.
There are hundreds of -ladies and gentlemen in Now
York who have had their hair restored by tho use cf this
Invigomtor, when all other preparations had tailed. L.M.
has in his possession letters innumerable testifying to the
above facts, from persons of the highest respectability. It
will effectually prevent the hair from turning gray until
the latest period of lifc: and in coses where the hair has al
ready changed Its color, tile use of tho Invigomtor will
with certainty restore it to Us original hue, giving it a dark,
glossy appearance. As a perfume for the toilet and a Hair
Restorative it is ! particularly recommended, having an
agreeable fragrance: and the great lacilitiea it affords in
dressing the hair, which, when moist with the Inviguratur
can bo dreased in any required form so as to preserve its
place, whether plain or in qififls—hence the great demand
for it by the laities as a standard toilet article which none
ought, to bo without, ns the price places it within the teach
of all, being.
PROF. L. MILLER’S
ONLY 35 CENTS
per bottle, to be had at all respectable druggists and perfu
mers. „ „ ,
L. S!IDLER would call the attention of Parents and
Guardians to the use of thfe luviporator, in cases where the
childrens’ Jlair Inclines to be weak. The uso of it lays tho
foundation for a qo&I hfed of hair, as It removes any impu
rities that may have become connected with the scalp, the
removal of which is necessary both for tho health of tho
child, and the future appearance of its Flair.
CAUTIOK.—-None genuine without the fac simile LOUTS
MILLKU being on the outer wrapper; also. L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGOKATOR, N. Y. blown In the glass.
Wholesale Depot. 6G Dey St., and sold by all the princi
pal Merchants and Druggists throughout the world.
Liberal discount to purchasers by the quantity.
I also desire to present to tho American Public my
New and Improved Instantaneous
LIQUID HAIR DYE
which after years of scientific experimenting I have brought
lt dvc« Black or Brown instantly without
injury to the Uair or Skin, warranted the best article of the
kind fai .csMeuce.
Price, Only 50 Cents.
Depot, 6C Dey St., New York,
The undersigned having
purchased the right for Blair county, ot
Tolliurst’s Improved Washing Machine,
ore now manufacturing thorn at Altoona, and intend to
supply them to those persons throughout the county who
desire a 1 NCI MACHINE.
Tills machine is got-up on an entirely now principle,
and in considered, by those who have seen it in use, the
best thathos ever been brought before the public.
Among-.the many advantages of this machine over all
Others may be mentioned the following:
lil. Its simplicity of construction, making it almost im
possible to get out of oider.
2d. Its,speed, which-astopUhes alike the operator ana
the looked 1 on.
Sni.'The facility with which it adapts itself to the bulk
or qantity of clothes desired to be washed.
Atfu It,washes equally well the finest and lightest fabric
or the coaiaest and heaviest, such as bod-quilts, comforts,
1 V McMINN k BERN,
Altoona, Vlair OjUnty, Va.
We the nndcr-igncd, hereby certify that we arc now
using Tulhurst’s Improved Washing Machine and Me ful
ly ‘■riliimel that it is a very excellent article of the kind ;
combining as it does great s|iecd with little labor, and per
forming its work iu the most satisfactory manner. \\ o
therefore cheerfully recommend it to all who desire a real
’ibor-iaving washing machine.
JOHN WOODS. EMILE TIETZE.
MICHAEL CALVERT, THOS. MeACLEk,
JOSEPH G. ADLBM. DANIEL PRICE.
B. A. 0.
Bargains ! Bargains ! !
MeG O R M;I,CK ' S STORE!
■\TOW IN ORDER TO GET RID
0< Fall ami Winter Goods, to make room for Spring
and Summer, they wiil sell all articles of
|gr cost; each as Heavy made Clothing for men and boys,
with ! . :
LADIES'. DRESS GOODS,
such as Coburg Cloths, Delaines, 4c, with a variety of
Hats, Caps, Bonnets trimmed and not trimmed, with a
great variety of goals too tedious to mention ; and on or
about the litli w loth of March, we will wind up the bal
ance of all such goods at Auction. All persons wishing to
purchase such articles, 'would do well to call and examine
the stock, before purchasing elsewhere.
Altoona, Feb- 2S,MI-tf.
S. AL WOODKOK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ALTOONA, BLAIR CO., I’A.,
TiTILL PRACTICE IN THE SEVE-
Yy RAL Courts of Diair, Cambria and Huntingdon
conn tie?. r
Having had several years’ experience m the practice ci
(be Law, ho expect?? to merit public patronage. - ‘
Office on ANNIE STREET, 3 door* above the Tost Office.
Sept. 6, ISOO.-tf.
W. M. LLOYD & CO.,
mtooxa, pa., „
JOHNSTON, JACK & CO.,
■ .-? nOLLWATSBUJIG, PA-,
(Late “Bell, Johnston, Jack, j- Co.”)
B RAFTS OH THE PRINCIPAL
'Cities, and Silver‘and Gold for aale. Collection*
Moneys received on livable on demand,
without Interest, or upon time, with interest at fair rates.
Feb. 3d, 1859.
\JT # DRUGGIST, respectfully
totho'citizens of Altoona and tho public £ en
erallyj that he still continues the Drug business,YMTa
on Virginia street. where ho hoops constantly
on hand, for sale, TTholOfialeamllletal!. DREGS,
MEDICINES. CHEMICALS, OILS, VARNISH- 4K9
ES and DTE-STUVFS, ' , .
Bt strict attention to business, anil a desire torenaor sat
isfaction to all m regards price and quality, he hopes to
merit and receiva a share of public patronage.
'• physicians and merchants supplied on reasonable terms,
and all orders from a distance promptly attended to.
Physicians prescriptions carefully compounded. 11-tf.
WM. S. BITTNER,
/OFFICE IN THE MASONIC TB3l
i\_/:PLRnoxtaoorlotho Post Offlcfv
atsr'A Stndcnt wanted, [Dec.23, k-.-tf.
j. G-. ADJ.UM,
AlffOoXA, BLAIR CO., PA.
Con at alt time* 1* found at the store of J. D. Uikmaa.
October 1,183 T.
DUS. CONRAD & CAMERON BE
■' SEBGTFCfcLY offer their professional services to the
cUteens of Altoona ami vicinity. Office on Rail road street,
two 460 n cast of tho Rod Lk>n Hotel, where they may be
consulted at all hbnra, except when professionally engaged.
Sept, e, ISOQ.-t£ •
Jest received a fine lot of Buffalo Robes, which we
It at from 44 to $lO a piece. Two doors below the
DoatDffice. M. THOMPSON, -lycnf.
Jaf. 3,1801. .
17 OR SAXE —A HOUSE, AND LOT,
Altoona, Feb. 9, lbO9»U.
LIFE PILLS and PHtENIX BITTERS.
These medicine haves now
been before tbo public for a peried of thirty year®,
ftiwi daring that time have maintained a high character in
almost every part of the globe, for their extraordinary and
immediate power of restoring perfect health to persons ruf
fe ring under nearly every kind of diaeaeo to which tho hu
man frame Is liable.
Tho following aro among th& distressing variety cf nn
m«n diseases in which tho
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES *
arc well known to be infallible. ■ I
DYSPEPSIA,-by thoroughly cleansing tho first and see- |
ond stomachs, and* creating a flow of pure, healthy bile, in
stead of the stale and acrid kind; FLATULENCY. Low or
Appetite, Heartburn, Headache, Restlessness, 111 Temper.
Auxidty, Langour, and Melancholy, whfch ore. the general
symptoms of Dyspepsia, will vanish, as a natural conse
quence of it? cure. ,
COSTIVENESS. by cleansing tho whole length of tho in
testines with a solvent process, and without violence; all
violent purgcivlcave the towels costive within two days.
FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring the blood to a regu
lar circulation, through the process of respiration in such -;
coses, and tho thorough solution of all intestinal obetruc- j
tion in otheraL '
The Life Medicines hove been known to cure RHEUMA
TISM permanently in three weeks, and GOUT.in half that
time, by removing local inflammation from the muscles and
ligament of the joints,
DROPSIES of nil kinds, by freeingand strengthening the
kidneys and bladder; they operate most delightfully on ;
these important organs, and hence-havc ever been found a
certain remedy for the worst cases of GRAVEL.
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the turnings of the
towels the slimy matter to wlrtch these creatures adhere.
SCURVY, ULCERS, and INVETERATE SORES, by tho
perfect parity which these LIFE MEDICINES, give to tho
blood, and all the humors.
SCORBUTIC ERU PTIONS and RAD COMPLEXION S, by
their alterative effect upon the fluids tliat feed the akin,
and the morbid state of which occasions all emptive com
plaints,'sallow, cloudy, audother disogrceaolecomplosions.
The use of these Pills for a very short time will effect an
entire cure of SALT RHEUM, and a striking improvement
in the clearness of tho skin. COMMON COLDS and IN
FLUENZA will always be cured by one dose, or by two in
the worst cases. •
PILES. —The original proprietor of these medicines, was
cured of Piles, of 3-5 years standing, by tho use of the Life
FJ3VEK & AGUE.—For this scourge of the "Western coun
try, these medicines will-tie found a safe, speedyand certain
remedv. Other medicines leave the system subject to arc
turn of the (liaise—a cure by these medicines is perma
uent—trv them, bo satisfied, and bo cured.
BILLIOUS FEVERS ane LIVER COMPLAINTS .—Gen
oral debility, loss of appetite and diseases of femal«V|-—the
medicines have been used with the most beneficial tvsalts
in cases of this description:—Kings Evil and Scrofula, in
its worst forms, yields to the mild yet powerful action of
these remarkable Medicines. Night Sweats, Nervous De
bility* Nervous Complaints of ail kinds: Palpitation of the
Heart. Painters’ Colic, ore speedily ci*rcd.
MERCURIAL DISEASES. —Persons whose constitutions
have become impaired by tho iiijudirfous use of Mererry,
will hud these medicines a perfect cure, as they never fail
to eradicate from tho system, all the efiVcts of Mercury^in
finitely sooner than the most powerful preparation of Sar
Prepared and sold by
For sale by fill Drupgkt*.
PATENT KEROSENE OR CARBON ;
OIL LAMPS!. . i
Unrivaled in Meanly, Simplicity Safety or Economy . .
Evt-ry person desiring to obtain the very Lett and cheap
csl portable light within their reach. Hhould call at the
Btorc of the nmliTrfigucd and examine thc.se Lamps before
purchasing t-1.-ewhcrc, and we pledge ourselves to demon
Ist. That NO ACCIDENT can occur by explosion.
'2d. That tin y omit no offensive od*»r while burning.
3d. Thai they arc .very easily trimmed.
4th. That they arc easily regulated to give more or less
Sib. That they burn entirely free from smoke.
Cth. That thought is at least SO per cent, cheaper than
any other light now in common-u^e.
These lamp-arc admirably adapted f*r’the U'e of Stu
dents, Mechanics, Seamstresses. Factories, Halls*.Churches,
i Stores. Hotels, and are highly recommended f»r family use.
The burner of the Carbon Oil Lamp cau be attached to
old siile, hanging and table fluid and oil lamps, at a small
expense, and will answer every purpose of a new lanp.
We guarantee perfect satisfaction in all cases.
Aug” 10, ISoS-tf.] G. W. KESSLER.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR STORE.
The undersigned would in
form the public that he has purchased the interest
of A. MILLIUON iu the Grocery and Provision Store here
tofore kept by them on Virginia street, below Caroline St.,
where ho will continue the business, and will keep con- j
stoutly on hand a large supply of i
FLOUR, HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES, j
DRIED REEF, FISH, SALT, MOLASSES, COFFEE, TEA,
SUGAR, SPICES, CONFECTIONARIES,
and everything usually kept in Grocery and Provision
Stores, all* of which he receives fresh from the eastern and
western cities, and will Bell at the most reasonable prices.
Having recently obtained license to sell liquor by whole
sale. 1 will keep constantly on band a large assortment of
liquors of the. best qualities to l»o had.
1 respectfully solicit a share of public custom.
July 12, J. BEEKOWITZ.
The subscriber has just
returned from the cast where ho has purchased a
very large ami fine Block of
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
Brogans, Waiters, sv'f.,
which lie is prepared to offer to thccitiz'-nsof Altoona and
vicinity at very low prices. Having purchased direct from
the mannfacturcra for cash, he is prepared to will at prices
that will defy compelition. All tluat ho adcs is that tho
people will call and examine bis stock before purchasing
HOOTS and SHOES made to order on the. most rea
sonable terms. Also, repairing promptly attended to.
Don’t forget the place, twadoor* below Post Office.
Jan. 3,1*01. M. THOMPSON. Agent.
Literary Emporium and Howe Depot
CONFECTIONABV, SEGAK, TOBACCO,
JEWELRY & VARIETY
The subscriber continues to
keep constantly on hand all the beet literary papereand
periodicals, daily papers from Philadelphia, New York and
Pittsburgh, together with a good assortment of Books. All
the School Books used in this place and vicinity always on
band. . , . . , ,
Also, a choice lot of Confectionaries, and kmck knacks
of all kinds Sir children. Also tho best Tobacco £ Sugars
to he had in town, together with a fine assortment of Cold
and Silver pencils. Cold Bings and other articles of Jewel
ry. Call and examine. 11. PUTTING Kit.
Altoona. July 20, ’OO-ly. .Vo, 1 Altoona Ifouie.
Persons out of Emp 1 o>jmeut. "gj#
In eve y County of the United States,
TO ENGAGE IN THE SAGE OF
some of the best and most elegantly illustrated works
nublish«?d. ' ,
Onr publications arc of the jnn&t interesting character,
adapted to tho want* of, the Farmer, Mechanic Mer
chant; they arc published in tho best style and bohnd in
tho morft substantia! manner, aud arc worthy a place in
the library of every household in the hind.
To men of enterprise and industrial!.* habit*, thw
btuineea offers an opportunity for prctitablc employment
seldom to bo mot with. . .
Person. 4 desiring to act os agents will receive prompt
ly bv mail full particulars, term*. Ac., by addreasing
J 4 LEAHY, OEXZ & Co., PuhVrhtrs,
No. 224, North Second Street, Philadelphia.
Nov. 2oth,’OO—dm. • .
Lands i lands i i lands ;::
The undersigned is prepared loeato LANDWAR
RANTS in the Omaha and Nebraska City Land Offices. —
Good selections can now bo made near the largo streams
and settlements. The Linds of this Territory, now m
Market, an: of the best finality. , .
Selections carefully made. Letters of inquiry re
quested. ALEX. F. McKINNEI.
OapANus, Cass County, N.Tcr
July 14, 1559.-tf
Rev. A. B. Curs, Altoona, Pa.
Wm. M. Liotd A Co., Bankers, Altoona, Pa
McCrum A Dees, Editors. u
Tuoa. A. Scott, Snpt. P. 11. 11- “
D. AlcMtnrms, Esq., Huntingdon, Pa.
Great western insurance
AND TRUST COMPANY.—lnsurance on Real or
personal property will ho effected cn the most reas&nitMo
terms by their agents iu Altoona at his office in Anna St.
March IT, 1559. JOHN SHOEMAKER, Agent.
Letts preparation for ex
ttrminatin; RATS, MICE, ROACHES, AXIS, and
Bcd-bnp! without danger in Its oso under any cirrnmstan-
CCS for sale atthc Drugstore of 0. W. KEbSLBK,
Jan. 24, ~
OTESI 0 yes: GENTLEMEN
draw nigh and hear. JOSEPH T-TROUT innonn
ccs to the putte, that ho is ready to dUch.vgo unty
os an Auctioneer vrhenoxcr called upon. j Jan. 2 00.
ROCERIES—A LARGE AND
VT complete apartment of Groceries have Jiwt been ro
corns! at the store of J * MILKMAN.
All the standard patent
MEDICINES AT . I-'.f KUSSIXTS.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
The subscriber informs his
customers, aud tho public generally, that ho htt Just
received alargcand beautiful assortment of
FALX, AND WINTER GOODS*
which, formaguificencfvcxtcnt and variety,' have new
before been excelled in Blair county. Particular attention
to invited to our stock cf
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,
Such as mack and limey Silks, Chollies, Benges, BnHianh,
Lawn*, Delaines, Chintvs, Deßrges, Crapes, Jrrinto,
Crape and StelU Shawls, Mantillas, rmlcrsleevesand
Hosiery, Bonnets and Hiobons* OoUars, Hand
kerchiefs, Kid Gloves. Hooped Skirts, Skirt
ing, Lace Mitzs, dv~ dc.
FOR GENTLEMEN’S WEAR,
VTe hate Cloths, Cassimeros, Vesting, Tweeds, Jeans, &c.
of families would do well to call aud examine our
stock of Winter Goods for Roys.
Boots, Shoes, Hardware. Glassware, Queens ware, wood
and Willow Ware, Oil Clbths, Carpets, Ac., In any quantity
and at prices that cannot fail to please.
Our stock of Groceries is more extensive than ever, and
consists of Rio and Java Coffee, Crushed. Loaf aud N. O
Sugars; Green, Y. il. and Black Teas; Molasses, Soaps,
Candles. Salt, Fish, Ac.
Thankful to the public for the very liberal patronage
i oeretofore received, he hopes by strict attention to bosh
1 ness, and an eqdeavor to please, to merit a continuance, of
the same. , ,
Country Produce of all kinds token In exchange for
Goods at market prices.
Oct. 25, 1800,
W. R. MOFFAT.
SCO Rroadwav, New York.
[Sept*. 13, ISod-ly,
KEW STOCK OF
ri RE AT IMPROVEMENT IN COOK
\T ING STOVES.
COSSVMVnoX OF SMOKE AKD GASAXD SAVIKG
The subscriber takes pleasure iu offering to the public
NEW GAS AND SMOKE CONSUMING
Cooking Stove, recently patented, which is destined to so
pcTctdu all others, as it n ijuirqs
ONE-THIRD LESS FUEL
than other stove* and is more easily, quickly and regular
1 v heated. No unpleasant smell olgas arisen from thin
Ht-vvo from the flicl that it is all consumed ere it c;m es
cape. There is ik> trouble from smoke ns that unpleasant
and often annoying exhalation is ako con-umcd inside of
thesmvo Neither is there any danger of flues or chim
neys becoming clogged with soot or the mortar loosened by
the gas arising from coal tiros, 1
.‘Persons wishing to purchase stoves arc invited to call at
the store of the subscriber, iu the Masonic Temple, and ex
amine the above sto*«.o. JOHN SHOEMAKER,
i . Sole Aycnt for JSlafr m Counly.
N.TL All-kinds of Air-tight, Parlor. Caking aadjrlgg
SUwcs on hand. % [Aug. 12, ISoti.
FIRST ARRIVAL OF
AT THE “ MODEL.”
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN
unusually fine Stick of Good* suitable for the
Season. No Auction trash, but regular good Goods at very
buv prices. We deem it unnecessary to parade the prices
of a few articlc.-riu an adveitDemeut, but onlysay that we
cun ami w»U sol! goods at ae f-*ir prices a n any other house
in the place. We have, as usual, u great variety of
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS.
Iu tlii,. department wo thiuk wo wan say wo have tho Lost
ass. Ttmcnt to bo (baud in tint place, consisting in part of
Black and Fancy Silks. Poplin.', Lustra, Manilas, Brochi
Mozamhiyuos, .irnUitincs, Valencias, Grisailles, Cala
brians. Chatties, Delaines, Debeyes. Zeavellas, Bril
liants, Ginyhams, Lawns, chintz'. Prints, and
a full, line af Domestic Dry Goods.
Also. Stella and Bovcgo Anglais Shawl., Dusters. Hosiery,
Gloves dollars and Cult's. Magic Ruffling and a full stuck
of all kinds of notions and FattcyiVxids. -diDihrellas largo
and email. Horde and Shoo?. Carpets; fliil Clutlis and Win
dow Shades, Wall Paper and Border, ;Wood and Willow
Ware, Hardware, tiueensware.
Childrens Fancy Gigs, &c., &c.
We have also on hands a very largeHud superior stock of
at Greatly Reduced Prices. Sugars nud Syrups by tho
barrel at- a small advance.
&S' We hike tills invasion to return our sincere thanks
to tiie people Altoona and vicinity for the shore of their
patronage heretofore received, and invite them to drop in
arid Bee our tlow st'»ck which wo feel confident will please,
Altoona, April 19. * J. & J. LOWTIIER.
Stoves, Tin & Sheet loin Ware,
Q RIGG WOULD RESPECT- s*.
fully inform the citizens of
and vicinity that ho keep.* constantly on hand nßLsud
largo assortment of OAing. J'urh/, O/fia ftnd
Shop A7/nv>- t of all styles and size-, to iiiit the
want* of all, which be will'Bell at low prices, on reason
aMe terms. m .
lie also on hand a large slock of Tin and Shed-
Iron n- )v, consisting-uf all article* for culiuarypurposes —
C'/ol Scvlthi, Siovc Vtpe, rfc.
lie l.aj als-' purchased the rght of sale in Blair county,
of 11. V. JONES’
IMPROVED SAUSAGE STUFFER,
an invention which needs only to bo seen to bo apprecia
and ■should be possessed by every farmer, butcher or those:
requiring such a machine. t
rurtieul ir attention paid to pulling up SPOUTING,
either in town or country. Spouting painted and put np
on the most reasonable Urms. fopril 14,3559-ly
More good news i
The undersigned has just received from the 'East
a large and varied assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Cloths, Cassimeres, and
FJSE AND COABSE
O VEECO ATS,
GENT’S FURNISHING GOODS,
such aa Undershirts, Drawer?, Sus
penders, Neck-tics, Handkerchief*
Ac., &e„ all of which will Ik» sold nt the lowest price*
. All work ordered will bo made up in the very best style,
according to the latest fashioß“. tm short notice.
Nov. I.ISGU-If THOMAS ELWAT.
Exchange hotel—the sub-
SCIUBER would respectfully in-
form tlic public that he has recently re- 1
fitted the above Hotel, and w now O.
pared to accommodate his friends
patrons in a comfortable manner, and
will spare mo pains in making it an agreeable home for fill
8( jonrners. liis Table will always l»o luxuriously supplied
from the market* of too. country and cities, ami his Bar
filled with liquors of choice brands. His charges arc as
reasonable as those of any other Hotel in the place, and he
feels satisfied they can not bo complained of by those who
fiivor him with their custom. Expecting to receive a share
of public patronage, and fully Intending to deserve it, he
th rows open his house to th" public and invites a trial.
I havnjn&t received n stock of No. 1 French Brandy,
fjr medicinal puri*>«e:?.
Also a largo stock of excellent Wine?, for mMiainal pur
poses, together with a lot of the best old Rye Whiskey to
be found in the country.
Altoona, May 27, ISoLu-ly] JOHN BOWMAN.
Blair county insurance
AGENCY.—Tho undersigned, Agent of the Blair
County Mutual Fire Insurance Company, la at all
times ready to Jiwurc against kwsvor damage by fire, Build•
xnffp. Merchandise, Furniture and Prrrprrly, of orery
cripticm, in tovfa or country, at as reasonable rates a* any
Company in the State. Office with Bell. Johnston, Jock k
Co. i D. T. CALDWELL, Agent,
Jan. 27, ’SCMf ‘ <.
Lycoming county mutual
TIRE INSURANCE AGENCY.—Tho undersigned
agent of tho Lycoming Mutual Fire Insurance Company f li
at all times ready to Insure or damage by file
Buildings, Jferckandw, Ftemihtrt (tad /Vopcrfy of err? j
description, in town or co on trr, at as reasonable rote? a»
any company in the State. Office In the Mwwnlc 'Tetprfc.
Jan. 3, *56-tfl JOHN SHOEMAKER, AgenL
Flour.— the best quality of
FAMILY FLOUR tor Mlo, VfaoleMlo andßctuL
HA RDM'are of all descrip
tioip .fail received and for rale by
o«. iMf > : -J. b. mmus.
The proprietors Mid manufacturers of 1108-
TETTER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH BIT-
can app«l with perfect confidence to
phy fcians generally of the Baited
Simm. because the article has attained a repu
tation heretofore unknown. A facta npon
this point will speak more powerfully than
volumes of bare assertion or blaxonmg puffery.
The consumption of Hosteller a Stomach Hit
ters for the last year amounted to over a lialf
millioa bottles, and from its manifest steady
increase in times past, it is evident that during
the coming year the consumption will reach
near one million bottles. His immense amount
could never have been sold Tint for the rare
medicinal properties contained in (he prepara
tion and the sanction of the most prominent
physicians in those sections of the country
where the article is host known, who not only
recommend the Hitters to their patients, but
arc ready at all times to give testimonial* to its
efficacy in all cases of stomachic derangements
and the diseases resulting therefrom. .
This is not a temporary popularity, obtained
bv extraordinary efforts in the way of trum
peting the qualities of the Hillers, but a solid
estimation of an invaluable medicine, xtluch is
destined to ho as enduring as lime itself.
Hostetler’s Stomach Hillers have proved
a fiodsend to regions where fever and ague
and various other bilious complaints have
counted (heir victims by hundreds. To bo
able to state confidently that the ‘ Hillers
are a certain cure for the Dyspepsia mid like
diseases, is to the proprietors a source of un
alloyed pleasure. It removes all morbid matter
from the stomach, purifies the blood, and
imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system,
civiu-'il that lone aild energy indispensable
f„r t lie restoration of health. U operates upon
(ho Sumach, liver. nnd other digestive organs,
mildly hut powerfully, and soon restores them
to a condition essential to the healthy dischuige
of the functions of nature.
Elderly persons may use the Hitters daily a?
per directions on the holllc, and they will find
in it a stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfort
declining years, as it is pleasant to the palate,
invigorating to the bowels, excellent ns a lonic,
and rejuvenating generally. We have the evi
dence of thousands of aged men and women
who have experienced the benefit of using tins
preparation while suffering from stomacirdo*
r umcments and general debility, acting under
(he advice of physicians, they have abandoned
all deleterious drugs ami fairly tested (he
merits of this article. A few words to Hie
gentler sex. There are certain periods when
(heir Cares are so harassing that many of them
sink under the trial. The relation of mother
and child is so absorbingly lender, that the
mother, especially if she he young, is apt to
forget her own health in her extreme anxiety
for lier infant. Should the period of maternity
arrive during the summer season, the wear of
body anil miiid is gcncrnllwngpravalcd. Hero,
then, is a necessity for a stimulant to recupe
rate the energies of the system, and enable the
mother to hear Up under her exhausting trials
ami responsibilities Nursing mothers gene
rally prefer the Bitters to all other invtgora
tors that receive the endorsement of physi
cians, because it is agreeable to (lie taste as
well asi certain to give a permanent increase
■ All those persons, to whom we have particu
larly referred'above, to wit: sufferers, from
fever and agnei caused by malaria,'diarrhoea.
dysentery, indigestion, loss of appetite, and
till diseases or derangements of the stomach,
superannuated .invalids, persons of sedentary
occupation, and nursing mothers, will consult
their own physical welfare by giving to Hos
teller’s Celebrated Stomach Billers a trial.
CAUTION.—We caution the public against
using any of the many imitations or countcr
feus, but ask for llostkttku’s Ckieuisatuu
Stomach Hitt tuts, and sec that each bottle has
(hewords “Dr."J. Hostetler’s Stomach Hitlers”
blown on the side of the bottle, and stamped
on the metallic cap covering the cork, and
observe that our autograph signature is on the
" W - Prepared and sold by lIOSTETTEH &
SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa., ahd sold by all
druggists, grocers, and dealers generally
throughout tho United States, South. Ante
rica, oud (joriimny.
3. B. lIILEMAK.
HO! FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
The undersigned announ
cos to the citizens of Altoona and vicinity that he 1
has just received 1 largo involcec of
Fruit, Confectionaries, Nuts, Spices
and notion. fot children 4c„ expressly for tho Holidays.
He will also keep always on hand a good stock of plain
and fancy cakes, of his own manufacture.',
LEMONS, PBU|IES, RAISINS &C.,
always oh hand at all eeasona of the year.
Coffee, Teas, Sfigar, Molasses, Butter,
EGGS, GOOD WHITE WHEAT FLOUR,
BUCKWIIKT FLOUR, CORN MEAL, AC.,
ahyays in store and ft.r *ale in largo or mall quantities*.
Call, examine and pricn my stock and yon will find
, it .vs good and cheap us any In towu.^
Dec. 2D, ’CO-ly.J - ■ * JACOB WISE. '
For sab* by A. KOUtIL Alt; «"iiu. I'.v
.Srpt. 2D. ;
WSI. FCnOJUKEB. ■ • ' " wm. 'p. LASCa
SCHOMAKER & LANG,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AXT> SEALERS IN ;
FLOUR, GRAIN, BACON,
Provisions, Cheese, Iron,
Nails, Glass, Brooms, Yarns, &c.
. No. 303 Liberty Street,
Nov. 1-Gm PITTSBURGH,' PA.
Blair county daguerrean
KOOMS.-Mr.G, V. FISIIEK, the Honhteyshnrs
Artist, begs leave to inform our readers tha t he is prepared
to take *
Photographs of deceased persons,
from Dacrorrcotypon, at t}ie shortest notice ami on lh«
meat reasonable tense. H» hail jusf neeired a largo stock
of (Inralileaml nealewm, of aU shaa ami styles, including
a new pattern of Faintly Cass (or foßr and is nn>
parH to fill theta with perfect likemawe*. ' . "
AMBUOTYPE, IiAOCEIIJtfiOTIfPE OK PIIOTOGBAPU.
a c ** l - * be of Montgomery
and Allegheny street*, Uollidayeburg, Pa. (JnnolJ-tf.
Hair, hat, tCotii, shaving,
Paint, Sasb anl YainJsb Bntshce et
WM. FLINT I WM. FLINT! WM. FLINT
WM. FLINT !
No. 807 MARKET, Ko. MARKET,
No. 807 MARKET, Ko. 8« KAW®,
No. 807 MARKET, No. 807 HAKSkt
I TSE.VKXDOCS SACRIFICE
*1000)00 WORTH OF JEWELRY,
’ ' ALL FOR ONK-DOLLAR EACH.
A Largo and Splendid Assortment of Jewelry, consisting
OF CHAINS; BRACELETS, CAMEO BETS,,*e. 8
Ami all styles of French I’lnteil Chains, Gold uni Plated
J ™oJo not keep or sell any silt, gift or galvanized goods,
Ours is what am sold h> the best Jewelers as Gobi Jewel
r'tVc ncrivn onr Roods from tho best Gold Jewelry Msn
ufacturerirfS the States,
WHO ARE FORCED TO SELL
WHO ARB FORCED TO SELL.
.... WHO ARE FORCED TO SELL.
Tho following is onlv a partial list of onr Immense stock;
rJA-E FOrS CHOICE FOR
TAKE YOLR CHOICE FOR #l.
Large Size and Splendid Cameo Sets, General Retail
1 ” Prices, - - - - ** *, • J? *o il
Ho - do Lava do 10 to
IV, do Carbuncle do Sto ni
Do Ladies' Enamelled and Coral do 7to 3U
Ito do and Carbuncle do 7to 30
1),. do and Knby Jo 7t0,»
Do Gold Cluster Crape Scttihg sets Jo lo to'o
iio Jo do Vase do do lutooj
Do do Jo Jet Sets, ■' Jo Iwfc
Do do Black Mosaic do* r .1 i
Do Jo Gold Stouc Mosaic Jo it to u
Do -Jo Calico Sets, do sto U
Do Ribbon Twists, with brilliants. Jo it to 15
Do Itnquet Sets new stale, do , s t- JO
Do EnamelleJ Cluster do do 19 to.To
Gold Thimbles, Jo a to ;
Diamond Pointed Geld Pens and Cases, > Ito ,1
>i doz. Silver Plated Spoons, i .»
Silver Plated Mugs, ..... . ..I*'
Over 1000 other different slyles Ladies' Jctvclrj; Medal
lions, all styles. patterns unit sires; Locket* of every -
Ascription; (told Pens. H karet, with Sliver Extender
f Holder; Gold Pencils, Sleeve buttons, Studs, &c., Ac.;Cei
! at. Lava, Cameo and Hand bracelets; Gents’ Vest (.'lain
i warranted to wear for ten years without changing color,
i and will stand the arid—they arc usually sold tiy Jeweler;
ias solid gold chains—all made in Paris. You can t.ik,
vour choice for $1 each. Ladies’ andGcnts’ Guard Chair.*
ij each, usuallv sold by Jewelers at from #o to iT/t 1 1, ;
lavdies’ and Children’s Neck Chains, beautiful j.att- r.. ■
Armlets, brilliant, enamelled and ruby Bettings; Crave,
plain and enamelled. f.r SI each, retail prices fromssto
#2O each. Every style and variety of Jewelry and ik<Ka
ble goods for sl-eaeil.
i This sale, at tin- above prices, will continue lung >r, :ct
! to soli otT our immense slock, which was purchased *1 c
-! - reat Sacrifice frina Maunibcturers who have failed.
\°. ' TAKE YOi'il CHOICE SOK $1 EACH.
fe'V.TIOW TO SEND MON;EY~£fr
1-t. Write your imm<\ place of Residence, tVmcly “irvl
State, plain <??ic2 u.i wc cau make iioUah/j -:i.i - v f
or wafers can Ik* eiwlv opened—the com*ent* uk'iinai
auA repealed. Attend* to lUw, and wc will bo rtspciaajbl.i
fur your money. • _
INDUCEMENTS TO AGENTS.
Any person acting ad Agent, who will tK-ml us -u-l'
Um<\ , j
ihv.i, we will give a (JmW Hunting C*wo Watch, i-si/.
“ C(»U hevt-r AVUtch.
« “ Silvor Walcb.
A Watcj t ami the articles from the aLordht •'
One Dollar Kai;h.
r.TS'*iw orilcriug by mail must send $1 ami la c-ai : m
GIVE V? A TRIAL.
,VU ciMUtnuuic;ilU>U3 niu-t bo to
No. SuT Market SUv. t <
Alt.'- riii, March 7, ISCI-Cnv.
rpO THE PUBLIC. —T HES U H
| £CU«I!KIt (having taken tbp rntAMHmuntli r- L.l : •
owned by ijamm I - Frio*.) would rerpeclfully an* m
n>*unc« to tbc cili/zCTH of Altoona au*J vicinity,
that bo has lemovcd his RF>"rf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
. TtX, SHEET-JBOX WAKE & STOVE STORE!? * -*
t. the new <>n Annie street. between Uarri-l -el
, A'lclitie street*. Ka't : Alters, when-bo willkteptviet-.ei
ly on hanA a large awranl-Dt of every thing' in fo lie ,
whieh he will of on reasonable terms.
ROOFING & SPOUTING
put np on Kh.vrt notic?. H« ftlso manufactures I.n:n
luoy Spotuintr. which Is said to bo much superior ta «‘J*
vrmtzi'd shrot-lronW tin.
Hr lirts «l.“o attached it coppcr-nailbing room t»hU-*
ÜbUshmi-nt ami will keep on band -.au assortment v(< •?
por ami brass kettles, Ac.
AH kinds of job .work promptly attend'd t'».
A share of public patronage is n-«p‘ctfullv “di !tM.
Altoona, Ain?. IGtb- TSOO.
TyiIILADEIiPII IA WATCH AND
O. CONRAD. FORM KU OCCUPA
N«*. N. 2d St- corner of Quarry St
premises, where he will keep a large assortment r -f OiU
mid SHver Watcher. of American, English and .Sv.'bp'fcua*
uf.iclure of tho nuv-t celebrated makers, in aMifion ! <
which will bo found'always on hand (and made to er-e-r-ia
extensive variety of Jewelry. Silver and Silver Plot* Is »r;,
blether with a general assortment of such p.vd? k* ao
usually kept in a fir-bcln.'.- Watch .and Jewelry Su-r •.
>4 • ®
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f=3 . 3.2 £
3-S = s
M' 0 g ... .2 '
rtf' 01 11
—. " 5 s£ 5
a=t g eh< «
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£2 C-5 3^
«J <5 = 3-8
>h -a-s 2
W <c, =S%
l—i S— «■ a
l“5 Sbj .3 g.
Tho patrons of O. On rad, nnd those of the Fnb*-rd.r r .
together with generally, arc invited to dill, at 5
they will receive n goivi -article for their money. A* I «ft
detnrnsiiieii to do a em-h huidneM. goods will te rd 1
low. “SmuU Pff.ftU end Quid' .**///**< is the motto -d rbi?
Establishment. LEWIS U. BROOM ALL
Formerly 0- C-nml.
No. 1 IS X. ScCviid St.. cc-i*s of Quarry, Pliilii
June 7. ISGO.-ly.
fpilE. GREAT QUESTION WHICH
I now agitates tho mind of every P*
is, where can I get tho host article for
nnnu-v? In r-gard to other matters, tWsidi-wB
briber would not attempt to direct, but.if yon
want anything in the Urn- of
■BOOTS OR SHOES
he invites an examination of his stock and w*rjr.
'Jr hoop* constantly on hand on assortment of 80-•t/.rfh'v*.
Gaiter*, Slipper.*, Lr~ which ho offers at feir prk'^
He will give special attention to custom work, iil*
which will bo warranted to give satisfaction. Xonetuttlw
la+t workman arc employed * v
lt«meml*er my *hnp U on Virginia- -Street, imns'dfotdy
opposite Kcs.-lcr's Drug Store*
September 3, ’57-tfj
Bakery and Grocery Store.
Thk subscriber keeps con
STAJiTLY on haaj '
Frcsb-llake<l Rrcatl. Cakes, it
PEED, BACON, PLOUB,
BOOT & SHOE ESTABtISHITENT
rpHE UNDERSIGNED ANNOUNCE
to the citizens of Altoona and vicinity that the) hi”
opened a \
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP
On JVXIA door alAx WMcri’ Tin ii ir-i t
Altoona* where thoy will keep on hand a p»i assorted*
of lioot* and Shoes of their own i karw/actur;.
Particular attention given to making £■'•.!*<
OaiU-rt. i fie. They havito a uharo of public pntr'nacc,
Ing Mtlsfied that therenn rentier entire .«ati«fkct:- n.
Altoona, Jan. 10, »«Mf JOUX
TV]" ATIONAL I>OLICE GAZETTE -
-Ln This Great Journal of Crime and Criminal.* h
it» Twelfth Year* and is widely circulated
the country. It contain* a!! the Great Trials
Canos, and appropriate KUUoriaJson the sooto. wS.
iafi>rmation on Criminal Matters, not toJ>? found in
*2 per annum; $1 for six rr.*r*-l 4 !;
bo remitted by nstacTiUTM, (who should writ-* ttoir
and the town, comity and State where they reside i
. To O. W. MATSEtI. ± Cr* .
„ Editor &IWr. of X«r York Police
X5-tn Sen J-r’ Cr,
Boots and shoes.—the ns
dcndgncd lias now on band ami will
Mil cheap at hto store in the Masonic Temnlc, WBP
i i?£ e l™'L eomp i'’ tu ““rtoent of BOOTS tl
SnOKS.reajlr nade, or made to order, W.
Otmtai, ladies’ Sandals, Qua Shoes, Cork
SoI«, and hU Uacof hwrtne™. of
the bcel (joailty and on the moist reasonable tt ms- L
custom worfc warrantdl,
Lumber for sale.
- »,000 i.atitkj.
wiaall kinds of BPM-WJ.O r : v
lowest, for Cun. Applj to JOlfX SIIORM AKt-
pINE AND LARD OILS, GAM
V^ST* 86 nuiJ ’
ON HAND AT McGQRMICK’S^
-"A awita;yui ,*f ’7;
CftUac4«r. ' >*; .i --
JOHN n. ROBEBT*.
Al*o, a choice lot of SEO AKS ami TOBACC' 1 -
Virginia Street, below Annie .'T'
1 3. BAOEMAKI:-
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