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lg» Reader, hav« yon seen Prof. Wood’s
jijrertisemenl in our paper. Read it; it will
Lscrtnuc ohTxmpeeance.—Rev. A. H. Sent,
bower will leetius bn temperance in the hall of
Altoona BieMoa S. of T, (second story Masonic
. leople,) on Saturday evening next, December
14th, »t 7 o’clock. The Hail will be’ thrown
open to all who may wish to bear the lecture,
and the public are respectfully invited to attend.
Mr. Sembower is capable of doing justicc-.to the
. ,„bject, and we feel sure that bis lectdtewill be
we n worth listening to.
have been reqdestcd to announce
that, »t the solicitations of a number of ourciti
jens, Prof. Binding will repeat his lecture on
the "Wsrfnring Life of the Old Northmen, their
contempt for Death, and their Military Tactics,”
in the basement of the Lutheran church, on
Tuesday evening next, at 71 o'clock. His lec
ture in the Presbyterian church, on Friday eve
ning last, was well attended, and is spoken of
in highly complimentary terns.
Pbocksdihos or CooNCit.— Regular meeting
'November 4th, 1861.
Present—A. A. Smith, R. Greenwood, N. J.
Mervine, C. E. Hostetler, and Daniel Laugh
The Committee on Streets reports progress.
On motion, Joseph P. Trout, High Constable
of the Borough, was discharged, and Joseph K.
Ely appointed in his stead for the remainder of
the year. ,
On motion, the Supervisor was instructed to
repair and put in proper condition the alley
leading from Julia street- along the properties
of John Bowman and Richard McLain.
On motion, an order for §35.69 was granted
to Lemuel Ale for lumber for Borough.
On motion an order for $3.75 was granted to
Joseph P. Trout for;carting on streets, &e.
On motion, the following orders were granted
for labor on streets, viz: one to W. W. Snyder,
for $25.93; one to Daniel Coyle, for $19.50;
one to John Haney, for $20.00 : one to Charles
Meloy, for $19.00; one to J[ohn McCullough,
On motion, ndjgurned to meet on the first
Monday evening in December, ISBI, at 7 o’clock
Regular meeting Dec. 10th, 1801.
Pieaent —A. A. Smith, Jt. Greenwood, C. R,
Hostetler, and Daniel Laughman.
On motion, an. order for 51.50 was granted to
Jacob Wagner, for one day’s carting on streets.
On motion, an order for $17.26 was granted
to Albert Lockard, for making pavements at re
quest of Dorougb.
On motion, an order for $lO.OO was granted
to Joseph P. Trout, for services as High Con
stable of Borough.
A bill from Jesse Grove, charging the Borough
for medical attendance and incidental expenses
for his wife during her illness from wounds al
leged to have been received from the neglect of
Borougfi to repair a certain side-walk, was read,
and, on motion, laid on the table.
On motion, the following otders were granted
for labor on streets, viz: ouc to W. W. Snyder,
for $18.75; one toDaniel Coyle, for SHOO;
one to John Haney, for $14.00; one to John
McCullough, for $13.00, and one to Charles
Meloy for $12.00.
On motion, to meet on the first
Monday evening in Jsnnnry 1802, at 7 o’clock
P, M. —Extracts from the Minutes.
Col. Mubeat’s Eichtt-Foceiu Regiment.
-We are indebted to the Harrisburg Patriot ,V
I nion for the following notice of Col. Murray's
regiment, now at Camp Curtin:—“This fine
regiment arrived in this city about 9 o’clock on
Wednesday evening, (of last week.) accompa
nied by a portion of the regiment of Col. Curtis,
both from Camp Crossman. They slept in the
depot, and about 9 o’clock on Thursday morning
they took up the line of march for Camp Curtin,
where they ire now quartered in excellent Sib
ley tente, on the-ground lately occupied by the
Eleventh regiment. They will bo furnished
with arms And overcoats, When they will move
forward. The following are the field, staff, and
Colonel—W. G. Murray, Blair.
Lieut. Colonel—T. C. MafDowel,-Dauphin.
Major—Walter Barret, Clearfield .
Surgeon—Q. F. Hoop, Centre.,
Assistant Surgeon—Redliok, Allegheny.
Chaplain—Dr. McLeod," Clearfield.
Drum Major—Foster Weighaman.
Quartermaster’s Sergt.—jQeorge H. Ramey.
Commissary’s Sergeant—J. Russell Wingate.
Color Sergeant—Fred. Stokes.
Hospital Steward—Fred. Barrett.
Company A, Blair county—Captain Hortell,
Lieutenants Derno and Beem.
Company B, Blair county—Captain Gall oher,'
Lieutenants Walsh and Malloney.
Company C, Blair connty—Captain Crissman,
Lieutenants Morrow and Kephpart. (Regimen
tal Quartermaster. )
Company i D, —Columbia county—Captain
Frick, Lieutenants Ent and. Craig.
Company £, Dauphin and Lycoming counties
—Captain Miles, Lientenants Bryan and Zinn.
Company F, Lycoming county—Captain
Flack,.Lieutenants Qpp and Peterman.
Company G, Cameron county—Captain Hons
ter, Lieutenant Ingram.
Company H, Blair and Clearfield counties—
Captain Devathberno, Lieutenant MacDowell.
Company I, Clearfield and Blair—Captain
Kirby, lieutenant Hooper.
Coropany'K, Clearfield, Elk and Dauphin—
Captain Ogden, Lieutenants Volk and Taylor.
There La a small bat effective brass band at
tached to the regiment, and a corps of fifteen
The regiment is made up of good material,
and will compare favorably with any sent from
the State. At present it contains about 900
>nen, but will noon be recruited to the full
standard of 1,0& ’ '
Ah OwwirWahtbd.—A lot of carpet, almost
new, was found by Mr. QobrielLehr. in bis lot,
on Friday morning lasi. Hawaii at wbathour
of the night it Came there is unknown to Mr.
L. It is supposed.to bare boenstolen, and
was likely thrown into Mr. V Lehr’s'lot by tfie
thief to avoid detection. The owndr can have
the carpet by proving the property and paying
for this notice. . . . c. ,
The Fight at Pensacola.
New York, Dec. 11
A private letter has been received from a
party on board the steamer Richmond,
which took part in the last fightatFort
Pickens, dated November 23. .He states
that the Richmond commenced bombard
ing Fort McUac at 10 o’clock bn the mor
ning of the 22d.
The writer had been complimenting the
captain of one of the guns on the accu
racy of his aim, when, he says, a shell
bounded through our bulwarks, took the
captain’s head off, and wounded six meii.
i This shell, on exploding, raised the ship
| out of the water, and made her stagger
; like a drunken man. ,
j Another shell burst six feet ibelow,the
| water lino, causing a bad leak f’but the
Lsteam pumps kept the vessel free.
The firing continued all day,: and was
resumed by the eoomy ! on the.next morn
ing, when we moved out of his range.
The frigate Niagara still kdpc at .them,
but being outside of the enemy’s guns;
she cannot be much injured.
Fort Pickens had, up to date, lost but
one man killed and seven wounded.
Fort Mcßae is much damaged, but we
cannot destroy it with our smooth-bore
guns, as they are no match for the en
emy’s rifle cannon.
The bombardment was to be renewed
the riexf day, the 23d, with a determina
tion to whip or be whipped.
A Telegraph Along the Coast.—
Mr Cyrus W. Field has been in Washing
ton for several days, consulting with the
Government in reference to establishing
a line of telegraphic communication from
Washington, to extend along the linos of
the coast. He proposes that; the wires
be extended to Fortress Monroe and New
port News from our present dines, and
thence by submarine cable across to Cape
Charles, and along -the «dast to llatteraß
Inlet, Bull Bay and Port Koyal. Then
as soon as Fernandina shall be taken, that
it be extended to that port and l crossing
the peninsula of Florida to Cedar Keys,
and thence to Fort Pickens, Sjiip Island,
Chandeleur Island and around the mouths
of the Mississippi to Galveston, when that
port falls into our hands. A branch litre
is proposed to extend 'from Cedar Keys
to Key West and the Tortugas. The
length of the main wire will be about 1,400
miles, and the branch for Cedar Keys to
Key West and Tortugas about four hua
A Wooden "Mother. —We have heard
of wooden nutmegs, wooden , hams, horn
gun-flints, wooden oats and wooden cioipks,
but what infusion of the Yankee ever
tinctured a John Bull to invent a wooden
mother? The following, by a correspon
dent of the Mark Lane Erprcss, describes
the new invention : A fine sow, having
twelve sucking pigs, belonging to a pork
merchant in MotikweamKiutii, was taken
ill, and dipd suddenly. The proprietor,
who is an ingenious character,; set to work
and formed a rough model of a sow in
wood, being hollow in the centre, the ab
domen being furnished with twelve teats,
cleverly formed ol rough hide. The inte
rior of the model is kept filled with milk,
and the whole of the voting pigs suek
from the teats of this singular looking sow,
and are thriving well.
The Hock ex Battalion. —This novel 1
corps, raised in .Western New York, are ;
on their way to Washington. In placeof ;
the customary field piece, the battallion, i
which numbers one hundred and sixty
men, will, on its arrival at the capitol, be
furnished with Tt nc.wly invented rocket !
gun. The peculiarity, in this weapon
consist*, in its being breech loading, and is •
capable of discharging ball,' bombs and
percussion shot. The rockets that will be
tiredTrom this, gun are for the purpose df
breaking up the enemy’s cavalry, or* of
setting fire to any building that it is .ne
cessary to have destroyed. When the
rocket balls are ‘ discharged, they will ex
pand to the diameter of fifteen feet, and
can thrown the distance of five thou
: sand three hundred yards. The Govorn,-
f raent has purchased the exclusive right
of manufacturing these terrible instru
ments of destruction.
A Rebel Panic.— The Government,
says a Herald dispatch, has received val
uable and interesting information from
deserters who have lately came into our
Hues. A colored hoy came in yesterday
from Centreville, inid fias made a state
meat which is deemed' friable. He says
the rebels had a review of eighty thous
and troops at Centreville a few days ago.
Beauregard and all their principal gener
als were present. During the review an
alarm was created by a report that our
entire army in this vicinity was marching
to attack them. 1 A panic and stampede
took place, rivalling the retreat at Bull
Run. Several guns were left on the field
and not iraaovered untlsl the next day.-
Army wagons were capsized and wagon
poles broken off, and their drivers fled in
dismay. The scene is said to have been
ludicrous in the extreme.
Col. Mulligan, since his arrival at
'Washington, states that General Hallcck’s
order excluding slaves from the army
lines has already produced the best possi
ble effect upon the union then in Missouri
who were apprehensive that the war
would be waged for the extermination of
slavery, in place of the restoration of the
Escape of the jPirate Sumpter.
x New York, Dec. 13.
| The brig S. W. Rowland, Capt. Row
: land, arrived here last night, from St.
j Thomas, Nov. 27th. j
j Captain Rowland States that the cap
i tain of the Iroquois is entirely to blame
j for the escape of the! pirates Sumpter at
j Port Royal and Martihquc. '
A man was sent, ashore at Port Royal
from the Island to; signalize the move
ments of the Sumpter, and on the night
of the 23d he made signals that she was
j leaving the harbor, ! bqt nb notice was ta
l ten by the Captain of the Iroquis. His
| First Lieutenant triejd to persuade him
*to give chase, which could easily have
1 been done, and the .pirate captured as she
j draws a foot more watjer than the Iroquis,
I but he would not lijear to it saying it.
j would be very unpleasant for him to cap
i ture her os he and iSemtnes had been
; schoolmates, and Semmes had been his
j former superior officer; also that he did
i not want t 6 break the neutrality laws.—
j The movements of the Sumpter were
! plainly seen from the deck of the Iroquis,
i the former taking a Southerly course. —
; The Captain of the Iroquois then gave"
I orders to proceed to ,S|t. Thomas, not ma
j king the least effort toi capture the pirate,
; after having been lyipg off the port sev
, eral days for that sole Ipurpose. On these
| facta becoming krhjwn at St. Thomas, the
! greatest indignation prevailed among
Americans in port, and others friendly to.
the United States. :
Gen. Policy. —A commit
tee of the citizens of Platte county, Kan
sas, visited General Hunter on Monday,
the 2nd. The Gonerjal said to them :
“ Tell the Trustees of| Platte county that
uulcss they give up Gordon and his gang,
and break up every rebel camp, that I
shall send Colonel, Jennison over there
with orders to burn evert/ house in the
count j/. lam getting tired of this whole
subject.” Committed—-“-Will you put
that in writing.” Genj-Hunter^—“l will.”
That brief interview satisfied Platte Co.,
and the policy indicated will satisfy Kan
sas and the country.
And thosu afflicted with
DYSPEPSIA, ■ ;
FEVER & AGUE, OR
The undersigned, now seventy-five years old, ha* for
years devoted his time to coring hia Pariehoners and the
poor in New York of these dccadfulcomplainls, which carry
thousands and thousands to an untimely grave: he has
seldom failed to cure all who JbaVfc applied to him for re
lief. and believing it to be a .Christian’s duty to relievo
thoe abroad. at* well as athome, be will send to those who
require it. a copy of Prescriptions used. (Free of Charge),
with directions for preparing and using the same. Also
rules on Diet, Bathing. Ventilation, and Exercise for the
Scik, they will find these remedies a sure cure for Consum
tion. and all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, Forer and
Ague. Constipation, Heart Disease, Dyspepsia, Nervous
Debility, and Female Complaints, ond he hopes every one
filleted will semi for a copy, ll will cost nothing, and
those suffering should apply .before it is, too lato. These
Proscription are us-‘d by the most eminent Physicians in
London, Paris, and New Yorkt Those wishing them will
phase addrnes. REV. DR. CHAMBERLAIN.
Nyv. LVCO.-ly. Williamaburgh, New York.
The fulrerlistT. having b*en restored to health in a few
weeks by r very simple remedj. after having suffered sev
eral years with a severe lung affection, and that dread dis
ease consumption—is anxious to make known to his follow
sufferers the means of cure.
To all who d- siro it lie will send n copy of the prescrip
tion used (free of charge.) with; the directions for preparing
and using the same, which they wilTfiiid a sure -cure for
Consumption. Asthma. Bronchitis. Ac. Thu only object ol
the advertiser r- sending thty Prescription is to benefit the
alllicted, and spread information which he conceive* to b e
fhvalnable, and be hopes every sufferer will try fiis-reme
dy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing tne proscription will please address.
Kcv. EDWARD A. WILSON,
- '• WilHanit-bnr'gli,
. King County, New Yark
Oct. 4, *6o.—dy.
Military Uniforms. —There is, perhaps, no department
of military business in wliich there has been ft more
marked Improvement than In; the clothing of soldiers.—
Not many years.sjnce, officers-and [privates were clad in
garments which were almost--skin-tight. They wore leather
stocks, which were worthy of the name, tor th»*y kept the
wearer in tribulation; while th*»ir padded breasts and
tight sleeves made, volition ft matter of great difficulty.
During the present war, such of our volunteers as pro
cure their uniforms at the firbwn Stone Clothing Hall of
Rockhill & Wilson, Nos. 693 and 605 Chestnut struct above
Sixth, Philadelphia, obtain olcjlbing that Is perfectly easy,
substantial and becoming. The firm named hrvo gone
largely into the business of making Military Clothing,
and their facilities enable thorp to fill the largest, order* in
[ the shortest possible time.
A Card to the Suffering.
The Rev. Wm. Cosgrove, jvhile laboring as a missionary
in Japan, was cured of Consumption, when all other means
had failed, by a recipe obtained from a learned physician
residing in the gyeat city of'Jbddo. This recipe has cured
great numbers who were suffering from Consumption,
Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs and Colds, and the debility
and nervous depression caused by these disorders.
Desirous of benefltting others, I will send this recipe,
which I brought home with me, to all who need it, free of
charge. Address I
REV. JWM. COSGROVE.
: 439, Fulton Avenue,
A pure healthy tonic , and\6ne free from the deUUnous
and injurious effect* sure to fpUoxc thajf in ordinary qpe,
has long been felt to bo a desideratum in the medical
world. Such a tonic, nod ono so skilfully combined from
the vegetable kingdom a* t<> act in perfect accordance
with the laws of and thus soothe the weakest
stomach, and at the samo;tjime alia; nervous and other
irritations, and tone up all organs of which the human
body is composed, is offered j in Prof. Wood’s Renoratire
Cordial and Blood Benovator. Hence it is perfectly
adapted to old and young. Header, try it. Thousands
have already dpn? so, and the testhnony is universal in
Its favor. Do not fad to read the iadvortisepnentin our
Ofi the 13th ultn by Rev. !£. J. Berlin. Ur. WASHING'
TON GRAHAM to Miss ANNA MAIZE, both of Tegow
Spring*, Blair Co. pa.
On the 28th hit. by tha name, Mr. G. SHOLLENBEB
GER to M!m KATE MICHAEL, both of Williamsburg,
Blair Cm. Pa.
In Altoona, on the Oth imrt* CLARA ELIZABETH
BLACK* aged 7 years. 2 months and 28 days..
Auolher little fnrra asleep,
And a little spirit gone;.
Another little voice is hushed,
Another anger born.
In Oayspert. on the sth Inst., IDA, daughter of F. W,
and Msry J. Olmns, aged S year*, 4 months, and 22 days.
In Newort, Perry county + £a,, on the 3d Inst.. Df. E. W»
BARNES, In the 40th year of hie age.
Omci w Altoosa Gas i Watt* 0b.,1 f
Altoona. DocrmlKT la, 1861. (
'T’HE BOARD OF MANAGERS HAVE THIS DAT d«-
dared a Setnl-Annna) Dividend of FOCR PER CEXT.
on the Capital Stock otthfl Company, clear of State Tax,
payable at the office of the Treasurer, on and after Junto,
ary let. 1862,
The Tranefer Bonk* trill bo closed on the 26th test, and
remain closed until the Mb of January. 186 S.
[At ] ' . B f. ROSE, Treasurer.
CAUTION. —AH' persons are hereby
cautioned not to purchase a PROMISSORY 2S’OTS
.given by the nndemignedto Joaa VANSoeroc, dated on or
about the 20th of March. 1861. payable «>ne dav after date,
os t will not pay the same unless compelled by lav.
Snyder Tvp n Blair Co., Pa., ; Biec. 13.
DI SS0 LUTlON.—Notice is here
by given Chat the partnership be‘r»*tofore existing
between the undersigned trading under the name of
MOORE & HICKS, was dissolved by mutaal consent on
the IQth day of December, 1861.
The books and accounts are left ib the bands of J. H.
MOOHE for settlement. All persons knowing themselves
indebted are requested to call and settle immediately
J. H. MOORE.
Altoona, December 12,1861. '
PROF. O. J. WOOD’S
TS precisely what its name indicates, for while pleasant to
A the taste, it is revivifying, exhilarating and strength
ening to tbe vital powers. It also revivifies,reinetatesand
renews the blood in all its original purity, and thus re
stores and renders the system invulnerable to attacks of
disease. It is the only preparation ever offered to tbo
world in a popular form *o as to be within the reach of ail.
So chemical ly and skillfully combined as to be the most
powerful tonic, and yet so perfectly adapted so as to act in
perfect accordance with the laws of nature, and hence soothe
the weakest stomach ami tone u|i the digestive organa, and
allay all nervous and other irritation. It is also perfectly
exhilarating in its effects, and yet it is never followed by
lassitude or depression of spirits. It f s composed entirely
of vegetables, and those thoroughly combining powerful
tonic and soothing properties, ami consequently can never
injure. As a sure preventive and cure of
Consumption. Bronchitis, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Less
of Appetite, Faintness, Nervous Irritability,
Neuralgia, Palpitation of the Heart,
Melancholy, Night Sweats, Lan
guor, Giddiness, and all that
CLASS OP CASES SO FEARFULLY
FATAL CALLED FEMALE
WEAKNESS, AND IR
THERE IS NOTHING ITS EQUAL.
Also, Liver Derangements or Torpidity, and Liver Com
plaints, Diseases of the Kidney, or any general derange
ment of the Urinary organs.
it will not only cure the debility following CHILLS and
FKVBK, blit prevent all attacks arising from Miasmatic
influences, and cure the diseases utonco. if already attacked.
Travelers should have a bottle with them, os it will in
fallibly prevent any deleterious consequences following
upon diauge of climate and water.
As it prevents coativene«B. strengthens the digestive or
gans, it should bo in the bonds of all persona of sedentary
Ladies not accustomed to much out-door exercise should
always use it.
Mothers should use it, for it is a perfect relief, taken a
mouth or two before the final trial, she will pass the
dreadful period with perfect ease and safety.
There is no mistake about it.
TUB CORDIAL IS ALL WiJ CLaIM FOB IT!
MOTHERS TRY ITU
And bo you wc appeal, to detect the illness or decline
not only of your daughters before it be too late, but also
your sons and husbands,'for wbiie the former from false
delicacy, often go down to a premature grave, rather than
let their condition bo known in time, the latter arc often
so mixed up with the excitement ef business, that if it
were not Cor you. they too. would travel in the same down
ward path until it is too late to arrest their fatal fall. But
the mother is always vigilant, and to y.-u wo confidently
appeal: for wo arc sure your nover-faiUi._' affection will
unerringly point vou to PKOF. WOOD'S RESTORATIVE
CORDIAL AND BLOOD RENOVATOR vs the remedy
which should always be on baud in time of need
O. J. WOOD. Proprietor. 444 Broadwcv, Now York, and
114 Market Street. St. Louis. Price s■’ per bottle.
For sale In Altoona by, A. ROUSH, Ageat. and all good
Druggists. [June 27.1861,-lyoow
PORK AND LARD FOR SALE.—
I take this method of informing
the citizens of Altoona and vicinity that
I am now pit-pared to furnish . PORK, Raj,
in large quantities, at 4V£ or &• euts per
pound. Also, an excellent article of
LARD, at 8 cents per lb. Wholesale,
10 cents per lb. Retail. The above articles can be had ei
ther at my Maiket-Ilouso or kt my residence.
Altoona. Dec. 5. 1861. M. RUNYAN.
A RAKE CHANGE.—A No. 1, half
sizo VOIOIITLJRDEII CAMERA, to*.'tiler with
all the AMBUOTYPE FIXTURES, for sale, with or with
out Distinction, Tho instrument la a first-class one and
has been used by the under.MgniHi for ten years. Instruc
tiuns will be given on reasonable terms, for cash, if appli
cation bo made soon. Apply to.
Nov. 28, 18C1.~3t
US. ARMY.—WANTED iMME
• DIATELY. FOR TUB TWELFTH REGIMENT
U. S. INFANTRY. REGULAR SERVICE, a few more able
bodied men, between the age* of eighteen and thirty-five.
Pay ranges friim $l3 to $23 per month, according to the
rank of the soldier. Each man will be furnished, with
equipments, ample clothing and subsistence. Quarter",
fuel, and medical attendance free of charge The pay of
each soldier commences ns soon as he is enlisted.
By an act .lately, passed, the term of enlistment has been
changed from five to THREE YEARS, and every soldier
who serves that time is entitled to
from the Government. Attention is drawn to the fact
that the Government has wisely commenced to promote
soldiers from the ranks. Advancement is, therefore, open
to all. f
For further information apply at the Recruiting Office,
on Virginia street opposite Lowther’s S f oro. Altoona.
Lieut. J. S. CAMPBELL.
12lh Infantry, U. S. A. Recruiting Officer
Dissolution of partnership:
Notice is hereby given that the co-partnership here
tofore existing between JOS. A. HAINES and WILLIAM
CARR, in the Undertaking and Cabinet-Making business.
has been this day dissolved by mutnal consent.
£3* The Booka of the late firm of Haines A Carr are in
the hands of Jos. A. Haines, who is authorized to settle
the accounts, and'by whom tho businc-s will hereafter bo
conducted. J 0- A HAINES.
[Nov. 7. 1861 ,-3t)
Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administra
tion on the estate of JOSHUA HOOPER, late of Alto >na,
Blair co., deceased, have been granted to the undersigned
residing as aforesaid. All persons knowing themselves
indebted to said estate are requested to make, immediate
payment, and those having.claims will present the same
duly authenticated for settlement.
joiin McClelland, Adm f r.
Altoona, Oct. 24,1561 .-Ct
A DMINISTRATRIX’S NOTICE
f~\ Notice is hereby given, that Letters of Adminis
tratien on the estate of Alexander Refnor. late of the
Borough of Altoona, Blair county, dec*d. have been grunted
to the undersigned, residing as aforesnto. All persons
knowing themselves indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and those having claims
will present the same, duly authenticated, for settlement.
CATHARINE HEFNER, t
Altoona, Nov. 21,1861 1 Administratrix.
T?XECUTOR’S NOTlCE.—Notice is
hereby' given, that Letters Testamentary on tho
estate of DANIEL McCAULEY, late of Logan township,
Blair county, dec’d. hare been wanted to the undersigned
residing as aforesaid. All persons knowing themselves
indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims will present them,
duly authenticated for settlement.
Nov. 23,186U-6t. SAMUEL HAGERTY, Ext.
PAY UP!—NOTICE IS HEREBY
given, that I have placed my Books and Accounts
in the hands of Jobe Qurnsr, Ksq., for settlement and
collection.' All persons knowing themselves indebted to
mo are requested to call on Squire Griffin and settle their
accounts on or before the Ifith of December next, and
thereby save themselves farther costs.
Nov, 33,18G1-3t. ' JOHN HAMILTON.
J IRVIN STEEL, D. D. S , HAV
ING located permanently In Altoona, respectfully
•ffers his services in the different departments of
Suigieal and Mechanical Dentistry.
Ofllcenearly opposite C. Jaggard’s Store. Virginia st., Al
toona, Pa. ’ [May 16, *6l-tf.
Wall Paper and Border.
An unusually large stock
LATEST SPRING STYLES,
Just received, which will b« .old cheaper than ever bj
March 21, IBOMf. J. A J. LGWTHER.
■qlanks of all descriptions
X# neatly and expedlelonaly executed at this offloa
Spectacles and eye preser
vot. (br sale a t (1-tE] KBSSMk'S.
DR. WM. B. HURD’S
DISEA SED BLEEDING GUMS,
And the best specific now in nsc for any
diseased condition of the month. It is par
ticularly beneficial to persons wearing
completely destroying every taint of the mouth, absorb
ing and removing all Impurities, insuring <
to all who use it. Jfo Youwo Last or Totmc Qzvruiuuf
who is afflicted with
should delay applying this remedy, for it la a certain cure,
and U approved and recommended by every physician un
der whose notice it has been brought.
A Bad Rrxatu is an .offence for which there it no excuse
can be procured.
Many persona carry with them a bod breath, greatly to
the uunoyance and often ta the disgust of those with
whom they come in contact, without being conscious of
the fact. To relieve this.
Cleanliness of the month Is of great importance to the.
general health, which is often affected, and not unfre
quently seriously impaired, through want of proper at
tention to this subject. ,• .
Use Dr. Win. B. Hard’s Mouth Wash,
Prepared at Dr. Hurd’s Dental
No. 77, Fourth Street, Brooklyn, E. D.
Price 37 Cents per Bottle.
A liberal discount made to Dealers.
Address Principal Office, Tribunt
Buildings, No. 1, Spruce Street,
Sold also by Caswell, Mack k Co., Fifth-Avenue Hotel;
J. & 1. Coddingtoo, 716 Broadway; D. 6. Barnet, 202
Broadway, and by all Druggists.
This Powder possesses the
CARBONIC WITHOUT THE INJURIOUS PROPERTIES
Its action being entibelt mechanical—polishing
WITHOUT WEARING THE ENAMEL.
Dr. Wm. B. Hurd’s Tooth Powder
is liecammmded by all Eminent Dentists.
Prepared at Dr. Hurd’s Dental Office,
No. 77, Fourth Street, Brooklyn, E. D.
0. W. FISHER,
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
A liberal discount made to Dealers,
Address Principal Office, Tribune Buildings, -Vo
1, Spruce Street , New York.
Sold also by Caswell, Mack A Co-, Fifth Avenue Hotel;
J. A I. Coddington, 715 Broadway; D. S. Barnes, 203
Broadway, and by all Druggists.
DR. WM. B. HURD S
FOB TUB CUKE OF
produced by exposed nerves.
It is particularly adapted to all cases of children afflicted
Parents can relievo themselves from that distressing
weariness paused by
LOSS OF SLEEP,
and their children from great suffering, by keeping a bot
Dr. Wm. B. Hurd’s Toothache Drops
tn tiro house. t
Prepared at Dr. Hurd’s Dbntal Office,
No. 77, Fourth Street, Brooklyn, E. D.
Price only 12 J Cts. pee- Bottle.
A liberal discount made to Dealers.
Address Principal Office, Tribune Buildings, led,
, 1, Spruce Street, New York.
Sold also by Caswell, -Mack & Co., Fifth-Aronuo note!.;
J. A I. Coddington, 71S Broadway; D. S. Barnoa, 202
Broadway, anil by all Druggists.
- . i
Neuralgia pasters I
or Toothache produced by colds.
is immediately cured by their application.
They act like a charm, and arc perfectly harmless in
their nature; do net produce a blister, and leave no an
pleasant respite, i
Dr. Wm. B. Hurd’s Neuralgia Ponders
‘ never fail to giva aatiitaction to all who test their virtue.
Prepared at Dr. Hurd’s Dental Office,
.No. 77, Fourth Street, Brooklyn, E. D.]
Address Principal Office, Tribune Buildings, No.
1, Sprues Street, New York,
Bold also by Caswell, Mack A Co. Filth-Avenue Hotel;
J. A I. Coddington, Tl 5 Broadway; D. S. Barnes, !03
Broadway, and by all Brnggists.
Nov. 81, XlOl-ly.,
A SURE REMEDY FOE A
NURSING SORE MOUTH,
A SWEET BREATH , !
A BAD BREATH
DR. WM. B. HURD'S
USB DK. WM. B. HURD’S MOUTH WARS.
DR. WM. B. HURD’S
DR. WM. B- HURD’S
FOE THE CURE OF
FBICX ONLY IS CENTS EACH.
i|rji (fobs #Jhrflmg
NEW STOCK, NEW FIRM,
The undersigned would be
-BPECTFCTLLY announce to the Lad lee and (Hutto*
men of Altoona and vicinity, that they have purchased
THE ENTIRE ST'yCK OF J. K, ICKBB, ON TBI COR
NER OF BRANQH AND AN NUB STREETS, ALTOONA,
wbcro they are now receiving ami opening
A LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Plain and Faney Dress floods,
Consisting of PLAIN and FIGURED SILKS,
COBURGS, Plain and Fancy
Children’s Fancy SACK FLANNELS,
Plain and Printed CASHMERES, LAVELLAS,
and an endless variety of the
Latest Style Prints-.
PLAIN AND FANCY CABBIMEKE3,
, BLUE AND GREY DRILLS,
AND HICKORY STRIFE.
A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
SINGLE AND DOUBLE BROCHE WOOLEN AND NEW
NUBIAS, AND LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S HOODS. \
PLAIN AND DOTTED SWISS. BOBINETS,
EDGINGS, AND THE
COLLARS AND SETS ever offered lu Altoona.
1500 TS & SHOES,
5 IIIET ARE DETERMIMEE 10 SELL
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
Their assortment of
i» very complot* and the low pricw they araratUing tWin
at is certainly astonishing.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, BACON,
i CHEESE, SYRUPS, and MOLASSES,
CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
CARBON AND FISH OIL,
and, in faet, everything usually kept in a
JIB ST-CLASS STOBK.
49-A» the)* make their porehues almoat entirely (br
CASH, inlu they WIU SJBU. TOR
AND KKKP KO BOOKS, It wiß enable them to Mil Good*
at Terr OMdetate price*; andby hit dUHu and (Mel
attention toboiitoeee they hope to newttlfnnißlSMf
pObUepjatronaje. •• • . ' . ,
NICEST AND CHEAPEST LOT 01