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, ■ „ v |thin the put two years, made considerable
Sntoour eetabliehment in the way of new fancy
< screw Press, Paper Cutter, Card Cutter, Ruling M»-
‘p, Card Power Preen, and large Newspaper Power
‘•“T is col of which we giro above) we are now prepared
anything In the line of printing or ruling in
"’Jvle equal' to any eeUbliehment in the States and at
low- We can execute, on short notice, ail
.ivies of ,
Wadding. Invitation, Visiting, Bill A Business Cards,
Circulars, Programmes, -
MAMMOTH posters, sale sills.
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pampWats, Fay and Check Rolls,
manifests, and blanks of all kinds.
ill « e uk Is a trial, feeling confident that we can giro
■.infection if we hare the opportunity.
Mce h Luwther’s building, corner of Virginia and An
oppoeite Superintendent’s Office.
Peoceebisos of Council..—Begnlar meeting
I,eld October C, 1862.
Present.— A.\A. Smyth, N. J. Mervine, D.
Uiightnan, Jacob Hesser and Chief Burgess John
Minnies of previous meeting read and approved.
Uhaniar Moore presented a bill, for lumber and
ruling amounting to $18.70. ,
On motion of D. Laughman, on order was
granted for the amount of bill.
lihamar Moore presented a bill for'raising street
i m motion of Daniel Laughman a committee of
:»!> was apjiointed to investigate the claim and
jeciJe thereon, and report to the next meeting.—
Fie president appointed Messers. J. Louden and
.1. Hesser said committee.
The Altoona Gas & Water Co. presented a bill
vr wo quarters’ rent of water pings, amounting
On motion of J. Hesser an order was granted
Mr the amount of bill.
Mr. James Hooper presented a bill for black
.aiithitiE amounting to $7.72
On motion of D. Langhman an order was
.rallied lor the amoont of bill.
W. W. Snyder, Supervisor presented his report
of labor on streets, amounting to $57.50.
uu motion ot Jacob Hesser orders were-granted
the following persons:
W. W. Snyder an order for $22.50.
Beni. Devine an order for $16.00
Bernard O’Conner an order for $19.00.
Mr. John W. Humes presented a bill for snn
iries for use of borough amounting to $1.37
On motion of D. Laughman an order was
►ranted for the amount of bill. 'N
Citizens residing on Main street presented a pe
tition, praying the removal of an obstruction on
:a-.sidc-walk of said street, stating it to be a nui-
tln motion the petition was laid on the table.
On motion Council adjourned.
W. B. KETLER Sec’y.
tSf A number of our citizens were nnceremoni
vi-lv thrown from their eqnilibrium, on Sunday
dteraooii last, by the report of artillery in the
or the town. Not knowing the cause of it,
sad taking into consideration the sudden appear
sace of the rebels at Chambetsburg, on Friday
tremng, doubtless many supposed that Altoona
sad been invaded, and pious meditations and
ieicefal slumbers were hastily broken up. A
c™d scon assembled at the depot, when it was
holered drat little “Union” had made the noise,
:6r is purpose of informing the people that the
Altoona militia, sent down to Mount Union on
w.ordav, were about to return, their services be
ta* no longer required. This explanation given,
tie excitement subsided but the crowd at the depot
■ atimied to swell until the militia arrived. It is'
1 question whether the firing of cannon on the
iaWiath day, no matter what the cause of exulta
sen may be, is proper. Certainly it is not, and
-soot be justified by any argument. There are
ts: few who.approve of it, consequently, whatever
-«v be the feelings of the majority of our citizens
- reference; to the news exulted over, they can
no part in what to them is a desecration of
!te Sabbath,; and besides it is very annoying. We
fcow of but few other places where it is practiced.
Altoona Militia in Service.— On receipt of
news, on Friday night last, that the rebels bad
aicred Pennsylvania and occupied Cbambersbnrg,
asiderable. excitement was created, and a raid
■am the i’enn’a Rail Road,' in. the vicinity of
•lonnt Union was feared. Accordingly, at an
'Jtly hour on Saturday morning the different mi
litia companies of Altoona were on the street all
to proceed to the scene of danger. We
'“pfose that 500 men, at least, would have been
■■wdy to march in less than three hours. It was
•toDght advisable, however, not to send more than
men from this point, and detachments were
® from the companies of Capts. Street, Boy
‘tid Eberly, to make up the number. They
proceeded tp Mount Union in a special train, leav
this place about noon. At Mt. Union they
''rejoined by a Company of GO men.from Pat
rson ’ a °der Capt. Givler. The men were dis
,<is^in Ae most advantageous manner and re
stored on guard until some time on jthe day fol
""Hig, when they were ordered home, the danger
lng passed. The boys enjoyed their trip, but
fccaiingly regret that they did not have a bont
‘‘“'Ae rebels. |
trilv. rowdyism is on the increase in this
’; There was a time when Altoona hasM
« «l orderly community, considering itsnum
a« v an ' town • a the State, bat alas! her boast is
< ain ' demoniacal yells of young bloods,
‘aalk 1 r * n * ,l<ime froni midnight bach*
tjjil n wbc ls, f «qncutly break upon the ear of
v,m e * Wi * Krfi ’ .““d tell hut too umistakeably that
aaj 7 ,° nDg man ’ ( or more than one) the hope
Nh* n | •* T arcnts an( l friends, has forsaken the
s j * 'I ch leaJa to respectability and honor, and
“m ~„C | l n, g ' n die broad road thatends in oblir
'atriOT- S^ ace- Who are responsible for this
teetion of the young ? - •
Bkadquabtbbs 126th Bbc’tPa. Vols.)
Maryland Brights, Oct. 1R62. >
Mbssbs. Editobs .—Permit me through the
columns of your valuable paper, to return to Mr.
Wm. Marriott, of your place, a soldier’s thanks
for the kind and acceptable manner in which he
remembered an absent friend. On Friday
last I received from him a box,, containing arti
cles for the inner man, which it is impassible to
procure here at any price, and which were better
relished on account of their being sent from home,
and prepared by friends. He may rest assured he
will be remembered by us, and onr prayer is that
success may crown his every undertaking.
We have no. news here at present.' 1 was out
on picket yesterday and returned this morning. I
think there must have been a light at or hear Ed
ward’s Ferry, (Sunday) morning. I heard tiring
in that direction. The men of the regiment, gen
erally, are in good health. I Will 1 write you again
at an early period. Yours truly, '
Lieut. Col. 125tb Begt. Pa. Vols.
A “Sell.”; —Onr readers will remember that in
our issue of two weeks since we published a letter
from a gentlemen in Ohio, : making inquiry in re
lation to a lady who recently traveled east from
Lithopolis, in that State. The published letter
stated that a letter accompanying it would
inform the lady rtf' the whereabouts of a val
uable dropped in the cars. The lady was sup
posed to be tingle, and to reside in this place.
The latter supposition proved to be correct, but
the former, alas, to the detriment Of the hopes of
the Ohio gentleman, proved be erroneous. The
lady for whom the letter was Intended does reside
!in this place, and is married. The letter did not
show that the lady had lost anything, but on the
contrary, it was the Ohio gentlemen who hod
been the loser, to the enormous extent of bis
entire heart, and he was anxious to make an ex
change with the lady referred to. The lady not
desiring such an exchange, 7 will of course return
the unconsciously stolen property, and the gentle
man will have’ another opportnnity of losing that
valuable article, unless' he buttons his vest tighter
and keeps his month and eyes shut while travel
ling in the cars with ladies.
' Dead.— We are sorry to learn that A. C. Ed
wards, of Blair Furnace, a member of Capt. Bell’s
company, 125th regiment, who was wounded in
the Jeg, near tbe knee Joint, at the battle of An
tietom, died of his wound, in Chambersbnrg, last
week. He had been removed to a private boose
in that place, where he received all necessary at
tention, but being a man of delicate constitution
he was not able to bear up under his wound. It
must be a consolation to his friends to know that
be was fully prepared for death, and that be had
no desire, so far as his own feelings were con
cerned, to get well. He lived a Christian and
died, triumphing over his last enemy.
CT On Monday last, ere the excitement in re
ference to the rebel raid had died away, Mr.
Lewis, Supt. of P. B. 8., received a letter from
Hollidaysburg, stating that three suspicious char
acters, representing themselves to be. froin Wes
tern Maryland and on the hunt of stolen horses,
bad been about that place for a few days, and had
came over Ur Altoona that morning. From the
description given the men were readily recognized,
and were separately questioned by a number of onr
citizens. They proved to be what they repre
sented and offered to take the oath of allegiance,
if that was required.
The Nonpareil. —To save our readers the trou
ble of bunting np their dictionaries to find ont the
meaeing of the caption to . this article, we will tell
them that it means imeqnalled; and we will tell
them, also, that John Leaser has christened his
new;place of business, under Work's new honse,
on Main street, a few doors above Kessler’s Drag
Store, the “ Nonpareil Restaurant and Eating Sa
loon.” Of course, that means that Jack keeps an
unequalled saloon. Jack will do the agreeable to
all who coll with him.
BETA young man, lately married, fears being
drafted, and advocates the passage of a law, similar
to that in three among the Israelites, as is recorded
in Deuteronomy, 24th chap., 6th verse—
When a man hath taken a new wife, he shall
not go out to war, neither shall he be charged
with any business; but he shall be "free at home
one year, and shall cheer np his wife which he has
Foolish Benedick ! Were such a lawpassed it
wonld cause a greater rush to arms than ever.
•iff" Although elections are generally quietly
conducted in this place, the election on Tuesday
last was unusualy so. There was less pulling and
tugging at voters than on former occasions, as nearly
every man came to the polls with his mind made
up, deposited his ballot and went on bis way.
49* It will be seen by the following, which we
copy from the Richmond Examiner of the 12th
instant, that the recent Rebel raid into Maryland,
the vigorous campaign inaugurated in Ken
tucky, is more to procure provisions than for
The grass growing and provision raising coun
try, which stretches from the Potomac at Harper’s
Ferry to Memphis on the Tennessee, is now exhaust
ed of its provisions. The armies of the South have
consumed everything in the central portion of it, and
the joint armies of the two belligerent powers have
consumed the supplies of the extremes. Much of
the productive portions of North Carolina and the
Gulf States have been also exhausted, and - the
general scarcity of all sorts of supplies is attested
by the high prices of everything eatihle. Wheat
is worth two dollars and a half at. Bristol, in the
heart of a fine wheat country, and cattle are bring
ing seven cents gross in Southwestern Virginia,
the chief cattle raising region for the whole South.
Pork is not to be engaged now of the pork raisers
of East Tennesse at twenty-five cents, though one
fourth of that figure has always been thought a
good price after it had reached the market of con
sumption Hay which used to be difficult of sale
at 60 cents a hundred in the interior, now can
not he obtained in sufficient quantities to supply
the demand at two dollars. Every artick of farm
produce haf gone up to these fabulous prices, and
the ready payment of these tempting rates has ex
hausted the farming region of the South oftheir sup
plies. High prices now no longer command, in
requisite quantities, the farm staples of the country.
A Cmu) Killed nr Whiskey.—A shocking
occurrence resulting in the death of a little girl
aged some seven years, transpired on Miltcnber
ger’s alley last night. It appears that the parents
of deceased had whiskey in the house, and that
she got at it in some way, drinking fully a half
pint; of die stuff before she was discovered. She
was'immmediately seized with spasms, and though
a physician was called in and did everyth! ng in
his power to save her life, the little thing died
during the night. The Coroner was notified, but
we he did not regard the case as one
where it was necessary to hold an inquest.—Pitti
burg Chrvmck of UW» but.
«TTfae editor of the Springfield (111.) State
Journal has seen a letter written to Governor
Yates, by a man who has just volunteered into one
one of the regiments raised in Egypt. He ac
knowledges that he has been a K, G. C. for nearly
a year, but now makes a clean breast of it. He
says that it had been determined upon bv a con
certed movement upon an agreed day, to throw all
the trains on the railroads south of Cenrralta from
the tracks. Machines called “clasps” are to be
used for die purpose, the place?- selected for the
purpose being the bridges and embankments. The
signal men watching the track are to be first killed
and then the traitors are to give the signal for the
train to pass on. The time chosen is the dav when
the largest number of volunteers will be on their
way to the South
After this diabolical project shall have been
consummated, the traitors are to scour through
the country, killing the , Union men and laying
waste their property.. The writer asseverates most
religiously that such a project is in process of in
cubation, and he calls the attention of the Stare
authorities to it, The letter has all the appearance
of being a truthful expose ip the statements which
Singular Deaths —Up in Canada, last week,
a man eat a plain, in which a wasp was concealed.
The insect stung the man’s throat, the part
swelled, and he died of suffocation.
To be had at Fritchey’s
FAMILY GROCERY, corner of Main and Caro
A large lot of choicc Sweet Potatoes at
A fine lot of Baiting and Eating Apples
Potatoes always for pal*
Oranges and Lemons always to be hod
Sugars, Coffee, Teas and Syrups, fresh from the
c ' t y> - . At Fbitchet’s.
Baker's best Family Flour, by the pound, sack
or barrel. At Fritchey’s.
Sugar cured Hams, the cheapest in town.
Sugar cured Beef
No. 1 Carbon Oil and Lamps,
> At FrITCHKY’S.
Fresh Butter and Eggs always to be had
Altoona, Aug. 14, 1862.
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send for the Medicine at once.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
10 THE .NERVOUS OF BOTH SEXES.—A retired
Clergyman having been restored to health in a few days,
after many years of groat suffering, is willing to assist
others by sending (free) on the receipt of a post-laid
directed envelope, a copy of the prescription used. Direct
the REV. JOHN - M. DAG NALL. 186. Fnlton street. Brook
lyn, N. Y. [June 12.-4 m.
f —Ran away from the Sub
v f scriber. a few days since, FBANCISCUS SOLAR, an
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to harbor or trust her on my account, as 1 will pay no
debts of her contracting. J
Oct. 10,1862.-31. c. C. SHANNON.
G-lorious IST ews!
'PEE Subscribers would respectfully
I announce to the citizens of Altoona and vicinity,
that they have jnst returned from the East with their
FALL AN!) WINTER STYLES OF
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS Sc SHOES.
Their stock of HATS & CAPS have been se
lected with great care, and with the view of suiting ail
who may fiivor them with their patronage. Their line of
Boots and Shoes is complete.
Their LADIES' MISSES and CHILDREN'S SHOES
are of Cit} make, and warranted. Their Balmoral Shoes
for Ladies and Misses, are just the thing for fall and
Thankful to the public for their very liberal patronage
heretofore, they hope to merit a continuance of the same.
Store on MAIN ST. next door to Bowman’s Exchange
Hotel. SMITH k MANN.
NJSW FißM.—The subscribers take
this method of announcing to the people
of Altoona, and the Public generally that tfaejtfß
have opened a
BOOT & SHOE STORE, ®
in the room recently occupied by John H. Rob
erta. The bnalneae heretofore carried on by Mr. Roberta,
will, in the future, be in the name of Roberta k Ruth
They will keep constantly on band a complete assort
Boots <fe Slioes,
GAITERS, SLIPPERS, &c, &c., &c.
which they will offer at &fr price* and warrant to be of
the best material anp manufacture. Particular attention
will be given to
GUSTO Is/L WORK,
in which we warrant to give enrire satlafacdoo, as we
buy the beat stock and employ none but the beat workmen.
Remember the old stand, on 'Virginia Street, one door
East of Kessler’s Drug Store.
. . JOHN H. ROBERTS,
Oct. 10 1862-tf. WM. H. RUTHERFORD.
LLOYD’S NEW BTEKL PCATE COUNTY COLORED
MAP OR THE UNITED STATES,
CANADAS, AND NEW BUNSWIOK.
From recent surreys, completed Aug. 10, 1862; cast
$20,000 to engrave it and one year’s time.
Superior to any $lO map ever made by Colfon or Mitch
ell, and tells at ths low price of fifty cente; 370,000 namce
are engraved on this map.
It Is not only a County Map, but it is also a
COUNTY AND RAILROAD MAP
of the United States and Canadas combined in one, giving
EVERY RAILROAD STATION
and distances between.
Guarantee any woman or man $3 to $6 per day, and will
take hack all maps that cannot be sold and refund the
Send for $1 worth to try.
Printed instructions how to canvas well tarnished all
Wanted—Wholesale Agents for onr Maps in every
State, California, Canada, England, Trance and Cubs. A
fortune may be made with a few hundred dollars capital.
J. T. LLOYD, No. 164 Broadway, New York.
The War De| artment am our Hap ot Virginia, Hair
land, and Pennsylvania; coat $lOO,OOO, on which la marked
Antletam Creek, Sharpabnrg, Maryland Highta, Wllllam
aport Perry, Rhoreavills, Noland’f Ford, and alt othera on
the Potomac, and every other place In Maryland, Virginia,
and Pennsylvania, or money refunded.
TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF KENTUCKY,
OHIO, INDIANA, and ILLINOIS,
la the only authority for Gen. Buell and the War Bepart
ment. Honey refunded to any one finding an error in it.
Price 50 cents.
Prom the Tribune, Aug. 2.
“LLOYD’S MAP OP VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, AND
PENNSYLVANIA.—The Hap is very large; its cost is but
26 cents, and if it fAe bat <ehteh can be purduued.”
LLOYD'S GREAT MAP OP THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER
—Prom Actual Surveys by Capta. Bart and Wm. BOWKN,
Mississippi River Pilots, of St. Louis, Mo., shows every
man’s plantation and owner’s name from St Lonls to the
Qnlf of Mexico—l,34o miles—every sand-bar, island, town,
landing, and ail places SO miles back from the river—col
ored in counties and States. Price, $1 In sheets. $2,
pocket form, and $260 on linen, with rollers. Ready
Navy Dsraxnaxr, Wabhutoios, Sept. 17,1862.
J. T. Lloyd — Sir: Send your Map of the Mississippi
River, with price per .hundred copies. Rear-Admiral
Charles S. Davis, commanding the Mississippi Squadron
la authorised to purchase as many as are required for use
GIDEON WELLES, Secretary of the Navy,
1 j'OR RENT.—The subscriber offers
1/ for rent the Store-Room on the corner of Annie and
Harriet streets, East Altoona, lately occupied by Poust
A Ktnier. Possession given immediately- Apply to
Oct. 2,1802—tf ANDREW KIPPLE.
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HOW LONG STANDING.
Dlaeaaea of them organa require tjie aid qf a Droujnc.
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU
Ii the Great Diuxxnc, and Is certain to have the desired
effect in all diaeosea for which it is recommended.
Evidence of the moat reliable and responsible character
wi'l accompany thejaadidnea.
Certificates of Corea, from eight to twenty year* stand
ing, with name* known to science and fame.
Price $l,OO Per Bottle, or Six for $6,
Delivered to any address, securely packed from any ob
Ducam Stamn in ail CoaonmicATioxg.
Cures Guaranteed. Advice Gratis.
Personally appeared before q>e, an Aldeman of the'city
of Philadelphia, H. T. HxuaoLD, who being duly sworn,
doth say, his preparation contains no narcotic, no mercu
ry, or other injurious drugs, but are purely vegetabl s.
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 23d day of No
vember, 1864. W. P. HIBBARD, Alderman,
Ninth St, above Race,
Address letters for information in confidence to j
H. T. HELMBOLD; Chemist,
Depot, 104 South Tenth-St, below Ckestniit,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND UNPRINCIPLED
Who endeavor to dispose “or mm own” and “ormta”
articles on the reputation attained by
Belmbold’a Genuine Preparations, ;
do do Extract Buehu, '
do do jdo Sarsaparilla,
do do Improved Rose Waah.
Sold by Druggists every-whets. Take no other. Cut
out the advert ism ent and send for it, and avoid imposition
September 17th, 1862-ly.
DECLINE OR CHANGE (St LIFE,
sir impress aiovx.
Improved Rose Wash
A ROUSH, UmGoiax,
4 a. • takes this opportunity of returning hU thanks
to the cltisens of Ibis place and vicinity, for the liberal
patronage they have bestowed on Him, aad desires to in
form the public in geomal, that he SHU continue*
At his Old Place of Business.
A few Doors above the Post-Office,
where he U at all times prepared to attend to their wants
in his line of business, consisting of !
DRUGS. MEDICINES. OILS,
PAINTS. 1 PUTTY,
CARBON OIL AND LAMPS.
SWEET-BRIAR PIPES, f
CHOICE SMOKING TOBACCO.
FOR MEDICINAL USE, ALWAYS ON HAND.
AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT
Altoona, Pa, April 17,1802.
1 DEALER IN FOREIGN AND
XJ mkstic hardware!
WOODEN WARE, BROOMS,
! WINDOW SHADES,
| COFFIN TRIMMINGS,
BIRD CAGES AND WJRE GOODS,
Furry, white lead, *o,| ac. WINDOW GLAB8 >
Every description of Goods inhls line will be for
nisbed at short notice, and at 1»w rates for cash. •
His remaining stock of DRy GOODS on band will be
closed out-at remarkably low prices, in order to relinquish
that branch of the business.
Agent for Willton’, “Telegraph Fodder Cutter ”
Altoona, May 29th, 1882. ”
AT JES§E SMITH’S.
when they want fuhioaable
Hats Sl Caps.
The undersigned would re
-BPECTFULLY announce to the citizens of Altoona
and surrounding country that he baa just returned from
the city with his ! !
Spring k Summer Styles of
HATS, J| CAPS,
MISSES’ FLATS, &C.
His Stock of Hats und Ceps are of the very best selection,
of eveiy style, color and shape] for both old and young. -
All be asks is that the people call and examine his stock;
and he feels confident that lie can stud them away rej
juicing, if not in the purchase of such au article as they
wanted, at the remembrance of having looked upon the
handsomest stock of Hots, Caps, Flats, Ac., over exhibited
In this town. !
Store on Virginia Street, opposite the Lutheran Church.
Oct. 3,1*61. I JESSE SMITH.
ONWARD! EVER ONWARD S
STEP BY STEP!
The undersigned desires to
inform bis old customer? and the public generally
that he has this spring gone into the Dry Good business,
and basjnst received a large aiid entirely new stock of
For the Lad ice, embracing all the lateit, prettieetand most
And among which may be found every quality of goods,
the names of which U would be too tediohs to enumerate.
In the line of pure, fresh and cheap
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
I will not “knock under” to any oftny competitor!. In
title department I feel aure that I can render eatlebcaon.
All kind** of country produce taken in exchange lot
goode, and the hlgheet market price allowed.
Store on the corner of Annie aid Helen itreels, Kant
Altoona. THOMAS HEBLOP.
Altoona, May 22,1862.
Building lots for sale.—
The subscriber* offer at Private Sale BIGHT BUILD
ING LOTS, situate top of the bill, above the reser
voir of the Altoona Gas k Water Company, being bow hefd
as property by the Presbyterian Church. The loti are
fifty feet front by 175 feet deep, and will be sold on reason
able terms. Persons wishing to purchase or view the#e
lots will receive all information concerning them by ap
plying to Michael CUbaugh, B. H. McCormick. Alexander
McCormick, or Chas.J. Mann, Trustees of Presbyterian
Church. [Altoona, April 8,1862.
PAY DPI PAY UP!!
We wiab to remind thoae indebted to ns, that we
intend going East in a few days to boy goods, and hope ho
one will take the liberty of withholding the amount,
due na. Short credit, are the style now,'and those
who wish to maintain a good credit mnat pay up
promptly. J. k J. LOWTHER.
Altoona, Oct. 2,1862.-2 t
Bargains in wall paper.—
Id order to make room for a : very lar£e stock of
Wall paper and Borders ordered fer our spring sales, we
have concluded to close out our present stock at greatly
reduced prices. Those in want of anything in this line
will save money by giving us a call.: k
Sept. 17 IMLr-3t.J J. k J. LOWTHER.
DRIED APPLES.—The subscribers
have a fine lo of bright yellow DRIED APPLES,
bought at mnen lees than market rates, and which they
desire to cloee oat, at coat and cordage, without delay.—
Person, desiring to purchase, either at wholesale or retail,
will find It to their advantage to giro na a call.
Altoona, June 28,1862.] MURPHY k McPIKE.
OUR LADY FRIENDS WOULD DO
well to look in upon the choke and chaste assort
ment of Summer DRESS GOODS now displayed upon fife
well-filled shelve* of MURPHY k McPIKE,
Cor. of Virginia and Caroline sts, -
Altoona, June 26,1862.
4 regular meeting of the
ALTOONA FAIR TIBET CEMETERY ABBOCIA
will be held on the second Thursday evening of eatfa
month, la the Council Boom. M. CLARA UGH,
Groceries and provisions.—
A large and varied atoek of FRESH GROCERIES
AMD PROVISIONS. Inst received, and for sale as cheap as
the cheapest, at MURPHY A MePIKE’S Store,
Cor. of Virginia and Caroline sts.'
Altoona, Jnne 26,1862. -
Great western insurance
AND TRUST COMPANY.—lnsurance on Real or
penooftl property will be effected bo the most reasonable
terme by their agents in Altoona at bis office in Anna St.
March 17,1859. JOHN SHOBMAUE, Agent.
MUSIC !—INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN
on the Piano-Forte and Melodeon, by Mita M.
SHOEMAKER. Txaus, $lO per quarter. No charge for
the use of the Instrument. Residence on Catharine Street,
Weft Altoona. ; [J5n.16.1862.-tf.;
XTEW SUMMER-GOODS, of superior
JJq style and material, just rac’d at LAUGHHAN’S.
Great piles of pantaloons,
for Men and Boys, at LAUtiBMAN’B.;
MEN AND BOYS’ COATS, of every
style and color, of good quality, at
. ! r LACOHMAN’S.
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
In endless variety, at < LAUOHHAN'B. 1
Altoona, May 1,1862. - - r -
A BDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, Tjcajs-
XJL aaa and Ahonlder Braces fbr tale at
» ■ : ' 0. W. KESSLER'S,
ft Wtwif i Mifi, jwutet, 4c.
Ib Aitny- — Ma, Mela, ami mfe
To Dtttrxv. -Bed Bmu.
IbJfatny JfctAr in FknjClaOta, <de.
To Dutrof ■ Wmyrffan tmirltat.
ToDutrtf i hm&'mjfbmamiJhmit.
n Dutnf 'Uuuiim MMtk,o».
“ Costae's” Bat Bosch, *& Exterminator.
“CostarV Bed-Bog Exterminator.
“ Cottar’s” Electric Powder for Bisects, Ac.
Is 25c, Soc.a*b $l,OO Bonus sis luui, $S as»s6 Siu>
fos Pusiatioaa, sbjm, Boats, Boms, Be. .
“THK ONLY OWALUBU KSMSTUM KNOWN.”
** Free from Potaoaa,”
“ Not daagAtooa to the Hsmss Faatllr.”
” Kata do sot die on the prianaala "
“ »ay come oat of their hoist to dto,”
All Wsousau Daooatata bt the lam ettiafoaid hi
Dasooiait, QIOCXU, Hiaimmuil
all;, in all Country Towna and Vtllana la tha Ballad
Sold by G. W. KESSLER, Altoon*.
89-Couhtst Dutna can order aa abort.
Or addrtaa orders dinet—(or for Priest, Ttoaa, Ac.} to
HSM»T H. COSTAR.
PaiHciriL Daror—No. 483 Broadway New York.
g WHKELEB & WILSON’S 3 ■
g BEWTN <3- I
g MACHINE. £
“ ■■■ - t
(A R. A; O. KERR, \
1-3 ALTOONA. PA.. £3
Agent for Blair County. <5
£ s.nos'iial 9 aaiaaHAi i
These machines are admit:
to be tile beet erer offered to the public, end their
superiority Issstisfsctoril) eetnbliehed by the actthat in
the lest eight years,
OVER 1,400 MORE
of these Ileehiaee here bees sold then of u; other nr
nfoctnred, end more medel* here been' weeded the pie*
prietors by different fairs and Inatitata* then to any Oth
ers. The Machines ere warranted to doallthatisclslintd
for them. They ate now In nee in seretalfamilies in Al
toone, and in erery cam they gtre entire satisfaction.
The Agent refers those desiring Informetloh as the sa- f
periority of the Machines, to Col. lehn b. Piper, Bar. X.
B. Clark, George Hewkeeworth, BenJ. t. Boss, and X. H.
The machines can be aeen and examined at the store of.
the Agent, at Altoona.
Price of No. 1 Machine, ellrer plated, glass foot and new
style Hemmer-eftSS. No. 2, ornamental bronze, glass foot
and new style Bemmer—sSS. No. S, plain, with old style
Uemmer—s4s. [Hatch 31,1801-tf.
WEST BRANCH INSURANCE CO..
”» LOCK HAVEN, PA.
PREMIUM NOTES IN FORCE.
Insures property on as reasonable terms as arc
consistent with security.
OCHarrey, 0. D. Batteries,
i' ?; s“!’ Jacob Brown,.
P.M. Price, Allison White,
Simon Scott, 0. A. Maker, *
Alex. B|oan, W.feeron,
0. D. SimaiM, V. p. o. C. Haavgr, Pres’t.!
J. W. Cbxthas, Secretary.
Jnly3,’62-ly.] R. A. 0. KKBK, Agent, Altoona.
C. C. SERVER & SON,
(Successors to Thomas B. Tatlob 4 Co.)
Paper, Envelpe, and Printers’ Card
No. 513, MINOR STREET,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
WRITING, LETTER, NOTE,
MANILLA, TISSUE, BHOR AND HARDWARE
bonnet; box and straw boards.
Printers, Blank Book Hanufaotoiers,
Stationer* and Storekeeper*, will And it to their ad*a*.
Ugo to CALL AMD EXAMINE OCR STOCK.
May lit, 1882.-1;.
GROVER & BASSE'S
Having accepted the agsn
cy for the aale of the above celebrated Machine*,
we are DOW prepared to fnrnlefa, on abort notice, any*
the rarkma atylea of machine* manofactared bythia
ipany, ranging in prieeftom
®4O to ffilOO.
; Pnrchaeen of ttaeae Machlaea bar* tba adeantace af
choalßf one nuking either the celebrated GroeerAßaker
Stitch, or jthe Lock Stitch, the only valuable SewingMa>
chine etitchee in practical nae. The anpariority ofthee*
MuhlDM over all other*, fop family Mwiotj kaowftirir
MMUdud. Ole pecnliaritiea of the dhScant etyleeof
Machlnea will he cheerfully explained to any one wlahiuk
. J. AJ. LOWTHRIL^
■ Altoona, An(. Ttb-3m. Agenda.
• A TTVSJf£T-A T-lUIT
Will practice in the HTeral Court* oTßlalr, Cambria and
£. PLKabAIiT, wq., Military and CUiA Aamt. of Wuk*
ington Ctte.hewtU atto»»SitoV£SSlT
(nation and collection of claim* again** the United Siam.
Including Ten Mona, Bounty Laada, Arr*ar> of M*ms
Service* in the Amy and Mary, and generally auW
neat before any of the Department*.
2®“ “ * Btr ** t > * <k>or * abort Jnl|a Street.
Maj la, 1803-tf
A NOTHEB OF THE SAME SOKT!
XX. The undersigned takes pUesare in easosaciog to
ttm people of Altoona and vicinity that they bam tjiwid a
HAT AND CAP
BOOT AND SHOE ETQBE,
ii. the room formerly occupied by Wolf A Brother, oa Mela
street. Debt door to Bowmen’s Kirhlngs BoM,*taNttaf
will keep constantly on bead a Urge stock of goodelnthe&
line, consisting of lieu ead Gbps *tl Bruts end HhnOe t|
ctaeirely, end will be prepared, at el] times, to aocuaunW"
dete those who may Uror them with their lie I icon
Their (took of ■ "
LADIBB, HIBSBS, AND GOILDKBN’S SHOM
U Urge end reried, while their eeeottinent for
MEN ANI> BOYS
le equally complete. There Hets eod Ceps ere of the Terr
Uteet'feehioD, ead oi different styles soUteWe -*r'
They bny all their good* for cash, ead ere willing tasab
them slavery emallprollt.
Cell end examine the stock end prices, end Jodge for
T< " * WOW'
4 COMPLETE A3SORTMENTOI
jSent’e Model Improved BBlRTB—Ceeeiaere ead;
oSUrts—Ane and ecarea—white end eOlored rfe)'
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A9S- IMPBOTO smjp
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