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office ie Lowther’a bnilding, corner of Virginia and An
ie itteeta. opposite Buporlntendent’a Office.
The Death op Moeb Blaiu Codhtt Patbi
oij to »e Avenged. —ld abnoet every engage
ment of any mognitnie, and in many of the skir
mishes which have taken place since the opening
of the rebellion, Blair county has been represented,'
trai never disgraced; and her representatives,'
whether through bad luck, or heroic bravery, have
generally been sufferers. To the soldiers of Penn
ctlranin is attributed a daring amounting almost
u/recklessness, and the Blair county boys are not
exceptions in this respect, neither are they the
boys to run, where a stand is possible, as their con
duct on all occasions has testified. Hence we infer
that it is theif bravery which leads to the death and
maiming of so many of them. We have referred
with pride to the conduct of the gallant 81th and
12jth regiments, composed mainly of Blair county
men. and we take pleasure in adding to the list
out portion otthebrave 76th. Every Blair county
man of these command* has reflected credit on his
county, and won for himself a place in the mem
ory and affections of his countrymen.
in another column of our paper will be found
3 detailed account of the advance of our forces
from' Port Royal, S. C., upon the Railroad con
necting Charleston and Savannah. In that ad-’
vance Blair county whs represented by two com
panies in the 76th regiment, viz :—company C.
from Duncansville, under command of Cnpt.
J. W. Hicks, and company F, from this place
under command of Capt. Henry Wayne. In the
engagements attending the advance, the 76th
behaved most nobly, winning the admiration and
praise of Gen, Brannon, the officer in command,
but it suffered severely in killed and wounded. A
inter received a few days since by Dr. W. R.
Findley, from his sotvlst Lieut. Jos. R. Findley,
of company F, gives tßeifollowing account of the
engagement and the loss of that company:
I have just returned from a point about 13
miles up Broad river, where I have been with an
expedition which started from this place on the
evening of the'2'.st. The object was to cut off
the.rail road communication between. Charleston
and Savannah. At the place where the attack
was to be made, the . railroad crossed an island in
Broad river, and on each side are huge bridges.
The gunboats were to destroy one bridge, and the
land force, the other. I was attached to the gun
boat Water With, as Signal Officer.
“ The forces landed at the lower point of this
land at daylight" on the morning of the 22nd.
They consisted of the 76th and 47th F. V.—3rd
Xew Hampshire, and parts of some other regi
ments. After the troops had advanced some
miles, they met the rebels in the woods, and drove
them back—when they took position behind a
swamp, having previously destroyed the only
bridge across if. Onr forces at once deployed and
attacked. The 76th supported the marine battery
un the left of the line, and at the point nearest the
rebel lines. Their guns were finally silenced, but
onr troops could not cross to drive them out.
"During the fight several of our men were
killed. Capt. Wayne was killed by a shell,, which
carried away his right arm and part of his right
breast. He never spoke after being struck. Capt.
Hamilton, Comp. H. was also killed—shot between
the eves by a nfle ball. Privates B. F. Steimer,
William Boyles, and Adam Fry were also killed.
Second Lieut. Geo. W. Gwinn was wounded in
the leg; Corporal Richard Bell, hand; Corporal
Aikens, foot; Privates, Casper Wicker, head;
Fred. Wicker, arm ; Jno. Detwiler, arm; Trevar
hr Buck, knee. None of the wounds are consid
-“1 learn from some, that the bodies of Capt.
" ape and Hamilton were buried—from others that
they were left on the field. If the latter, nothing
*all be left undone to recover them,' especially
oar own Captains. If it is possible to obtain Capt.
Wayne’s body and have it sent home, it shall be
.one. Out entire regt. lost from 72 to 78 in killed,
'rounded, and missing.
“After silencing the enemy at the swamp, our
iorees retired, but not before they saw a train of
care (for they were near enough to see the railroad
and bridge, but could not reach them) coining in
5™ two and copld hear others coming,
iosy then retired in perfect order.
.“The Blair connty boys have again distinguish
~ themselves. They 'fought nobly and never
?Gth h® B shown that her ttunber
'k. not b® disgraced—and has proved itself;
wbe a hard fighting regiment They stood man- j
'oily to their work, and qnrer faltered, till the or- !
act to retire was given. -
“ pie name of Captain Henry Wayne will now ,
padded to the list of Blair County’s sons, who i
“arc voluntarily offered up themselves, upon the |
‘ tar °f their country and for the preservation of ]
, le "ttion. In his death Company F. has lost aj.
™re soldier and a humane man.”
fhns it will be seen that another of Blair I
county’s honored sons, Capt; Wayne, and a nnm
j® 1 ' of no less honored privates of his company, 1
“are been added to the list .of noble spirits who j
.“are given their UvesTor their country, and who;
Ml at the historic battles of Winchester,'Pea >
Ige, Shiloh, South Mountain and Antiefam.—• i
ln officers “ Little Blair” has lost a gallant Mof- 3
?■’’ » brave Gallaher, a heroic Keys, a noble ;■
f 1- s patriotic Burley, an intrepid Johnson, a >
? hug, dashing Wayne, and a long list of pri-;
ates, no less illustrious or revered, whose death i
! «teen hundred Blair county boys yet in the field I
ntost signally avenge, should they gain the ab- 1
POrtunitv. ■ 1 7 i,
** Wa y” e was u thorough soldier, composed j
Bating material, and knowing nothing of fear. I
«nng made military tactics his study, and hav- \
,l! T" con6 ' dera M e act ‘ v e service, he was well i
therein, and only in his proper 1
, wh f a in comma l kl 'of a company. He |
“ght the Indians throughout the Florida war,!
enng many hardships, and left the service only i
when there was nothing for him to do. When
■ the first note of rebellion wtasr sounded he immedi
ately buckled on-iris swordand recruited a com
pony for the three month service. That ended,
the returned home and recinited a' company of
three year men and entered ’ the t6th regiment.
; which, directly after its organization, eras sent to
Port Royal, S. C., to reinforce Gen. Anderson,
then in command at that point. No braver offi
cer than Capt. Wayne led a company in that en
: gagement. We felt sure tbit when he fell it
' would be at the post of duty in the thickest of the
fray, and so it has proven. It appears unnatural
that such a brave and self-sacrificing spirit should
fall by the hands, perhaps,,of the very men for
whom he once endangered his life to save from
: the merciless tomahawk, scalping-knife, or stake
of the red-devi is of the Florida swamps. Are not
’ the rebels ungrateful ?
An effort is now\being made to have 'the cap
tain’s body brought home and interred in the lot
set apart in Fair View Cemetery for the Remains
of those soldiers from Altoona arid vicinity who
may fail in bottle, or die white in the service.
He leaves a wife, in delicate health, and six
children, the eldest of whom, is with the company
be commanded. . ' ; - ,
The following are the names of-the members of
Captain Hick’s company who were killed and
Killed —James Williams, and William Craw
Wounded —Michael CuU|gham, seriously; John
W. Dasher, severely; Samuel Dasher, severely;
George Hall, severely; Joshua W. Davis, severely;
Thomas Bold, slightly; Samuel Elynn, slightly;
Peter Wilderson, seriously. ■ .
Hallow-ees. —Friday evening last was Hal
loween, and the boys had quite a time rattling
corn against the windows, agitating nervous fe
males, and frightening the little ones. The boys
of larger growth, who stalk, the streets at the
“witching hour of night, when graveyards yawn,”
filled the streets with store-boxes, carta, wagons
and other loose articles, in various localities, and
exchanged all the moveable signs, rendering places
of business rather difficult to find by signboard
guides. This .thing of “ hallow-eveing” is about
“ played out,” and like many other, old time prac
tices is “ more .honored in the breach than the
observance. So mote it be; although we have
seen some rare sport on these occasions, such as
putting a farmer's ox in his hay-mow and his six
horse wagon astride the comb of his barn ; patting
a pig in a neighbor's bed-roorp, while be was
asleep; tying a string to the clapper of the Court
House bell and, taking a position two or three
squares off, ring a vigorous fire alarm and have
all ' the citizens out in half-dress; Of course,
nobody knew who done the mischief. '
Chcbch Dedication.—The new Catholic
Church in this place—a model of architectual
; beauty of which our town may well feel proud—will
jbe dedicated to the service of Almighty God, on
Sunday week next, the 16th of November. Right
:Rev. M. Domcnec, Bishop of Pittsburgh, asssisted
by a number of neighboring clergyman, will per
form the dedicatory services, after which he will
preach a sermon, appropriate to the occasion. In
the evening a lecture on the “ Life and services of
the Apostle of the Alleghenies, Very Rev. Pririce
:De Gallitzen,” will be delivered by Rev. Thomas
Hayden, one of the most distinguished divines in
■ the diocese, and an orator who never fails to in
terest and instruct bis audience. Admission tick
ets for the benefit of the church will be sold which
will entitle the holder to admigssion to the dedica
tion and the lecture. Let'. the immense edifice be
filled to overflowing on this occasion..
. The Law Regabding Substitutes.—lt is
not generally known by those procuring substi
tutes, perhaps, that should the latter be drafted
dating their term of service, the persons hiring
them will either have to supply others or enter the
service themselves. The law on the subject pro
vides “ that if any substitute shall be called in bis
own tom into actual service before the term ex
pires which he was to serve for his edi plover, then
the person procuring such substitute shall march
or find a sufficient person to march ip his said sub
stitute's tnm, or be liable to pay hjs fine for ne
glect ; which fine is to be recovered as other fines
for neglect of serving are by this act recoverable;
and sons who are not subject to the militia law
may be admitted as substitutes for: their fathers,
if approved of by the commanding: officer of the
company in which they shall be offered to serve.”
Hoaxed. —The cry of “ Fite!” add the ringing
of the Shop bell, about ten o'clock, on Friday
night last, brought from'their warm couches those
of our citizens who had already retired, and called
into the streets all others. , On gaining the street
they discovered the sky brilliantly .illuminated in
the direction of North Ward, the of all the
late fires, and a tremendous conflagration was im
agined. The crowd started, on “double quick,”
in the direction of the light, and'after running
themselves out of breath, were met by person's re
turning, who informed them ihat it was “Hallow
Een,” and the boys were baying a: bonfire in the
field adjoining North Ward. We can’t say
whether there was any swearing done, hut it is
fair to presume that there was, unless everybody
can take a joke.
Ornamental and Useful. —There are some
tilings highly.ornamental but entirely useless; and
there are other things altogether indispensable but
exceedingly homely. An article which is both
useful and ornamental posesses a doable attraction,'
and certainly the new article of ladies’ dress, styled
“Garibaldi,” is one of these, They are composed
of wool, beautifully wrought, find are made—well,
we won’t tell how, but if you just drop in at J. &
J. Lowther’s and ask John to: show you one, yon’ll
know more about them in two minutes .than we
could tell you in twenty. Of one;thing .we are
sure, they are pretty,'and of another thing we are
equally sure, they are warm, and just the thing for
a lady to put around her shoulders when she goes
ont calling. By all means drop in and see them.
A Chance. —As brick Is an article which will
always be in demand in this place-i—more hereaf
ter than heretofore—we think it would pay an ex
pert brick maker to establish a brick yard in this
vicinity and always keep a good supply on hand.
Brick command a better price' here than in almost
any other'town in the country. A first rale arti
cle of brick clay can be found on a farm, only a
mile or so from town. Any brick maker who
wishes to go into the business can loam particu
lars by calling atthisoffice.
CT Kerr's new goods hare arrived.
Officers. —The following gentlemen have been
elected officers of the committee for the relief of
soldiers families in this place, viz:—President,
Alex. McCormick; Treasurer, John Louden.
By' the way, are the members of the committee
doing anything toward securing a fund for the
purpose indicated, and bare they visited the sol
diers families to find out whether they stand in
need of aid. ■ Some of them will ask for aid, but
others will not, because of delicacy, let them be
attended to properly, so that the soldiers may have
no cause of complaint when they return.
S*"We hove received alerter from Capt. Hicks,
in reply to our correspondent, “ Brevier,” in re
ference to the County matter, but we deem it pru
dent to withhold its publication at present, believ
ing that it would lie productive of evil, and that
the misunderstanding, which the Captain alleges
but does not explain, may be more readily adjust
ed, when the parties meet, should they be so for
tunate as to escape the, dangers of war and get
home again. .
Publish It.— The Indiana Messtngtr publishes
the list of exempts in Indiana county, giving the
causes for exemption. A similar list should be
published in every county, that the people at home,
as well as the soldiers in the army, may know who
has claimed exemption from the service of their
country, and on what grounds. We are ready to
publish the list if any one will he kind enough to
Removal. — W e leam that Murphy and McPike
are about negotiating for the store ropm in Work’s
new building, on Virginia street with the intehtioh
of removing their store. The new room, although
not exactly as large as they would like, will be a
vast improvement on the quarters they now occu
py, and will enable them to show oft" their goods
to a better advantage.
SuEivEit’s Baltimore Oyster Ketchup.—
This delightful sauce is made of the finest oysters,
and is intended for all meats, hot or cold, game,
sonps, &c„ and is particularly nice for seasoning
filling for roast poultry, Imparting a delightful fla
vor to the fowl, and is good in any dish where a
ketchup or sauce is desirable. To be had at
F tore key’s Cheap Family Grocery.
GT Kerr’s new goods have arrived.
A Hit at the Chivalry. —The Toronto Oiobe,
referring to the travel in Canada and on Lake
Ontario, says the American steamers have not
been jwld as had been reported to come to New
York, and adds That, although the time for draft
ing rapidly approaches in New York State, there
are few northern men in Toronto; while, on
the other hand the South is very strongly repre
sented by “ patriots,” who loudly proclaim the
deeds of valor “ wo” are daily performing to all
who will listen to them in hotel parlors or reading
There is on exhibition in Paris and instru
ment which imitates the human voice so as to be
mistaken for it. It represents a fepilac seated,
and the larynx is constructed on physiological
principles of construction. The voice has the
compass of two Octaves, and sings any air with
the tone of the female voice.
A Word to Married People.—
If it be true that “A penny saved is two-pence
made," the shortest way to get rich is to bay your
Groceries at FRITCHEY’S, comer of Main and
CaroUue streets, Altoona.
Browned Bye constantly on hand.
Pickles, ready for table use, by the dozen or
Shriter’s Baltimore Oyster Ketchup.
Pepper Sauce and Tomato Ketchup.
Fresh Tomatoes, Quinces, Peaches, Pears and
Plums, in Cans. ,
The American Excelsior Coffee, superior to
anything in the market—good (is Java and cheap
as Rye. Try it.
His stock of Groceries, Emits, Confectioneries,
&c., cannot be excelled in the place.
Cigus and Tobacco of all brands.
Caljrand be convinced that it is to your interest
to buy at the New Family Grocery.
RAH. ROAD SCHEDULE.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY 6, 1862. TRAINS
will arrive at and leave Altoona Station aa follower
Exprese Train East arrivee 8,20 P.M., leaver 8,40 P. M.
“ “ Weet “ 7,60 A. M, >• 8,10 A.M.
Fast •• East “ 1255 A. M.. “ 1,00 A.M.
“ •' West “ 8,06 P.M., “ 850 P.M.
Mail Part . “ 750A.M., ‘‘ 7,46A.M.
“ “ Wept “ 6.46 P.M., “ 7,00 P.M.
The UOLLIDAYSBURO BRANCH connecta with Ex
prosa Train Weet, and Mail Train Eaat and Weet.
Ba. THE BRANCH TRAIN also makee one trip to
Huntingdon—leaving Uollldayßburg at 10.16 A. M.—Altoo
na at 10.60 P. M.—and arriving at Huntingdon at 1.20 P. M.
Hanmemto.—Leavee Huntingdon at 150 P. M—Altoona
at 3.15 P. M.—and arrives at Bollldaysbarg at 346.
ENOCH LEWIS, Gen’l Supl.
MAILS CLOSE AND OPEN.
Baetarn Way 7 u x.M.
Wcetern Way...... 730 «
Hoilidaysbnrg 7 15 A. M. A 6 30' I>. M.
Wcetern Through 7 20 P. M.
Eeetern Through - 720 “
Hoilidaysburg. 7.20 A. M. A 6 46P.M.
Wcetern Tht. ugh 7 30 A. M.
Eeetern Through 7 50 “
Western Way 8 20 P. M.
Eastern Way 646 “
Orncx Hoßaa:—During the week, from 6 46 a. m. til
730 r. si. On Sundays, from 7 45 till 0 00 A. a.
CEO. W. PATTON ?. M.
On the 28th uIU, by the Key. Mr. Andereon, Mr. CUAS.
CACQHLINO, Jr. recently leader of the Keystone Band,
49th Kegt. P. V, to Mies SUE E. MORRISON, both of
Newton Hamilton, Mifflin county.
In thi* place, on rv««iu*. >ov.-lst, 1862, RE
BECCA DOUGLAS (STEWART, daughter of Benjamin F.
tnd Marin E. Robe, aged X year, 7 month and IS d <ys.
STORE ROOM FOR RENT! !--The
subscriber defers for rent the store room lately occur
ped by'himself, In North Ward. The stand i« one of the
beet in the place. Possession giren Immediately.
Nov. 8,1892-tf.j R. H. McCORMICK.
PARTICULAR NOTICE ! '—Notice
is hereby given to all persons knowing themselves
tndebJKld to the undersigned, in store accounts or other
wise, to come forward and make settlement, on nr before
the 10th of December, as no longer indulgence can be giv
en. Alter that date all unsettled accounts will bo placed
in the hands ofa proper officer lor collection with cost.
Nor. 0,1882.—3t*J R. U. McCORMICK.
-A- TRUTH 11
QUARLES WEBB has opened a new
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
One door East of Marriott’s Boad House,
IN ALTOONA, where he Intends to make to order, and
keep on hand, all kinds of
BOOTS & SHOES.
Those who wish to save a *• V” will do well to give him
a call and leave their measures .
N. B.—REPAIRING NEATLY EXECUTED.
No». % 18«.-p t.
VEff WINTER READY MADE
.jL. i Clothing jnst received at LAtTOHMAN’S.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF OVER
.TJI COATS am be found et LACOHMAN’B.
Excellent heavy boots &
SHOES Jn»t received at LACOHMAys.
DO YOU want a bat or cap,
cheap or fine’—go to LAUGH MAN'S.
BEAT piles of pantaloons,
VjT for Men and Boy*, at LAUOfIMAN’S.
MEN AND BOYS’ COATS, of every
style and culor, of good quality, at
'V'EW STOCK OF BOOTS & SHOES
.i. i for Hen and Boys, Ladles and Hisses, Just rec’d at
All styles carpeting and
OU-Clotba can be found a? LAUGHMAN’B.
PLAIN & FANCY VESTS, of every
site sad etyle at LAUOHMAN’S.
ITMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
) in endless variety, at LAUQUMAN’B.
Altoona, May 1,1862.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
Jewelry, Hair and Cloths* Brushes, Combs,
Pocket-knives, Ac., at LACQUMAN’S
MEW AND IMPROVED STYLES
af Trunks, Tallsss and Carpst-Bags. at
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Gent’s Model Improved SHlRTS—Csasimers and
Muslin and coarse—white and colored—at
OF JESSE SMITH’S
Hat & Cap Store.
Th e proprietor of the
“EXCELSIOR” HAT *nd CAP Store,
would iuform big customers, and tbe Public generally,
that ho haw removed his store to his new building, on Vir
ginia street, next door to Jaggard’s store, where he has
just received a large stock of
FALL & WINTER STYLES OF
HATS, J| CAPS,
MISSES’ FLATS, &C.
His Stock of Hats and Caps are of the very best selection,
of eveiy style, color and shape, for both old and young.
All he asks is that the people call and examine his stock,
and he feels confident that he can send them away re
joicing, if not in tbe purchase of such an article as they
wanted, at the remembrance of haring, looked upon the
handsomest stock of Uats, Caps, Flats. Ac., ever exhibited
in ibis town.
I bare also on hand an entirely new stock of
LADIES & MISSES FURS,
embracing everything in that line, which I will sell at
fair prices, as I do not intend to keep any of my stbek over
Nov. 6, 1862.
OFFICE OF JAY COOKE,
At J AY COOKE & CQ.y BANKERS,
114 SOUTH THIRD STREET.
The undersigned, having been appointed SUBSCRIP
TION AGENT by the Secretary of the Treasury, is now
prepared to furnish, at once, tbe
NEW Twenty Year 6 per ct. BONDS.
of the United States, designated as Five-Twenties,” re
deemable at Chis4>letufure of the Government, after five
years, and authorized by Act of Congress, approved Feh.
The COUPON BONDS are issued in sums of 150. 4100.
The REGISTER BONDS in sums of $5O, $lOO. 1500,
1000, and $5OOO. ■ '
Interest at Six per cent, per annum will commence
from date of purchase, and is
PAYABLE IN SOLD,
Semi-Annually, which is equal at the present premium on
gold, to about EIGHT PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
Farmers, Merchants, Mechanics, Capitalists, and all who
have any money to invest, should'know and remember
that these bonds are, in effect, a FIRST MORTGAGE upon
all Railroads, C: tials. Bank Stocks add securities, and the
immense products of all the manufactures Ac. Ac., in the
country: and that the full and ample provision made for
the payment of the interest and liquidation of principal,
by Customs, Duties, Excise Stamps and Internal Revenue
serves to make these Bonds the
Best, Most Available and' Most Popular
Investment in the jMarket
Subscriptions received at PAR in Legal Tender Notes, or
notes and checks of hanks at par in Philadelphia. Sub
scribers by mail will receive promptlattention, and every
facility and explanation will he afforded on application at
this office. ;
A toll supply of Bonds will be kept on band for imme
diate delivery. 1
JAY COOJBJS, Subscription Agent.
Nov. 6,1862. [3 moe.
LLOYD’S NEW STEEL PLATE COUNTY COLORED
MAP OP THE UNITED _BTATE3,
CANADAS, AND NEW BDNSWICK.
From recent surveys, rompletedAug. 10, 1802; coat
$20,000 to engrave It mid one year's time.
Superior to any $lO m»p erer mode by Colton or Mitch
ell, ond eella at the low price of fifty cents; 370,000 names
are engraved on this map.
It is not only a County Map, but itiaalso a
COUNTY AND KAILEOAD MAP
of the United States and Canadas combined In one. eivimr
EVERY RAILROAD STATION *
and distances between.
Guarantee any woman or man $3 to $3 per day, and will
take back all maps that cannot be sold and refund the
Send for $1 worth to try.
Printed instructions how to canvas well furnished all
our agents. !
Wanted—Wholesale Agents for Our Maps in every
State, California, Canada, England, Trance and Cuba, A
fortune may be made with a few hundred dollars capital.
J. T. LLOYD, No. 101 Broadway, New York.
The War Department uses our Map ol Virginia, Mary
land, and Pennsylvania; cost on which is marked
Antietam Creek, Sharpsbnrp, Maryland Bights. William
sport Ferry, Khoresrilie, Noland’s Ford, and all others on
the Potomac, and every other place ill Maryland, Virginia,
and Pennsylvania, or money reftmded.
TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF KENTUCKY,
OHIO, INDIANA, and ILLINOIS,
is the only authority for Gen. Buell and the War Depart
ment. Money reftmded to any one finding an error in it.
Price 60 cents. '
Prom the Tribune, Auv. 2.
“LLOYD'S MAP OP VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, AND
PENNSYLVANIA.—The Map is very large; its cost is hut
25 cents, and it U the bat which cow he purchased."
LLOYD'S GREAT MAP OP THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER
—Prom Aetna! Surveys by Capts. Bart and Vn. BOWEN,
Mississippi River Pilots of St, Lonls,Mo, shows every
man’s plantation and owner’s name'from St Lonlstotbe
Gulf of Mexico—l,2so miles—every sand-bar, island, town,
landing, and all places 21) miles back'from the river—col
ored in counties and States. Pride, $1 in sheets. *2,
pocket form, and S2AO on linen. With rollers. Ready
Sept. 20. i
Natt DiPAiTxcrr, Wasdixotok, Sept. 17,1882.
J. T. Lloid—Sir.- Send yonr Mscp of the Mississippi
River, with price per hundred copies. Rear-Admiral
Charles 11. Davis, .commanding the Mississippi squadron
is authorized to purchase as many as are required for txse
of that squadron.
d GIDEON WELLES. Secretary of the Navy.
G-lorious News I
f PHE Subscribers would respectfully
I announce to the citizeos of Altoona and vicinity,
that they havejnst returned froip the East with their
FALL AND WINTERS STYLES OF
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS Sc SHOES.
Thetr stock of HATS & CAPS have been se
lected with great cars, and with the view of suiting all
who may fcyor them with their patronage. Their lino of
Boers and Shoes is complete.
Bieir LADIES' MISSES’ and CHILDREN’S SHOES
are of City make, and warranted, their Balmoral Sheet
for Ladies and Wliewe, are just the thing for foil and
Thankful to the public for their very liberal patronage
heretofore, they hope to merit a eoatlnuancOOf the same.
Store on RAIN sr. next door to ‘Bowman's Exchange
Hotel. ' EMITS A MANN.
Philadelphia, Nov. 1,1862.
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BDCHU,
A PoaiUve and Specific Reaed,
For Dieeaee# of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
AND DBOPBICAL SWELLINGS. :
Dili Medicine Increaeee the power of Dictation, and ex
cite* the ABSORBENTS into health, aeitoo, b, which the
WATERY OR CALCAREOUS depoaitloa*, and, all UN
NATURAL ENLARGEMENTS, are rednoed, ee welf ee
PAIN Airs INFLAMMATION, ead la good ibr Ms*, Wo
axx om Chilsux. . '
ftELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUBHU.
For weakness arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipa
tion, Marly indiscretion or Abuse.
ATTENDED THE FOLLOWIAG SYMPTOMS;
Indisposition to RzerUon, Difficulty of Breathing,
Loss of Memory Loss of Power,
Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Horror of Disease, Wakefulness, ;
Dimness of Vision, Pain in the Bask,
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular-System,
Hot Hands, Flushing of th«j Body,
Dryness of tbe Skin, Eruptions of the Face,
These •ymptoms, if allowed to go on, which thin medi
cine invariably remove,, woo follow! Impotuct, Fatottt
Epiumo Pits, in one of which tbe patient may expire.
Who can say that they are not frequently fallowed by
thoee ‘ DIREFUL DISEASES,”
“INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION.”
Many are aware of the cause of their suffering,
BUT NONE WILL CONFESS
THE RECORD! OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS.
And the melancholy Death, by Consumption bear an
ple witness to the truth ol the assertion.
THE CONSTITUTION ONCE AFFECTED WITH OR
Requires the aid ijf medicine to strengthen and invigor
ate the System, which HEMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU
invariably does. ■ A trial will convince the most skeptical.
FE MALES! FEMALES 11
Old or Young, Single, Married or Conujcuauxo Mar-
In many affections peculiar toJFemales, tbs EXTRACT
BUCHU is onequaled by any other remedy, as in Chloro
sis or Retention, Irregularity, Patnfhlneas or Suppression
of Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or Scirrhous state
of the Uteras, Lencorrhce or Whites, Sterility, and for all
complaints. Incident to the sex, whether arising from In
discretion. Habits of Dissipation, or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
SEE 6TVPTONB ABOVE.
No Fayuily Should h© Without It-
Take no. more Balsam, Mercury, or unpleasant Medicine
for unpleasant and dangerous diseases.
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUBHU.
Improved Rose Wash
CURES SECRET DISEASES
In all their stages. At little Expense,
Little, or no change in Diet, No inconvenience
And no Exposure.
It causes a frequent desire and gives strength to Urinate,
thereby Removing Obstructions, Preventing and Coring
Strictures of the Urethra. Allaying Pain and Inflame
tion so frequent in the class of discs see, and expelling all
Poisonous Diseases and worn-out Matter,
THOUSANDS CPON THODBANDS who have been the
victims of Qnacka, and who have paid heavy .fees to be
cored in a short time, have found that they were deceived,
and that the ’•POISON" has, by the use of “powerful* as
tringents," Keen dried up in the system, to break out in
an aggravated forin, and perhaps after Marriage.
Us» Hxuootn’s Ezraaei Bncnu for all affections and
diseases of the
Whether existing in
MALE OK FEMALE.
From whatever cause originating, and no matter; at
HOW LONG STANDING.
Diseases Of these organs require the aid of a DimtiTic.
UELMBOLD’B EXTRACT BUCHU
la the Great Dnmxnc, and is certain to have the desired
effect in all diseases for which it Is recommended-
Evidence of the most reliable and responsible character
wl’l accompany the medicines.
Certificates of Cues, from eight fo twenty years stand
ing, with names known te science and fame, -
Price $l,OO Per Bottle,, or Six for $5,
Delivered to any address, securely pecked from any ob
Dtscani stwßoxs i» all OomnniCAtun.
Cures Guarantee?. Advice Gratis.
Personally appeared before me, An Aldermen of the city
of Philadelphia, Eh' T. UzLWenLP. who being Only swore,
doth say, bis preparation contains no narcotic. no msren
ry. or other Injurious drags, bnt are parely vegetable.
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 23d day of No
vember, ISM- W.P. HIBBARD, Alderman. J
Ninth St, above Race, Phils.
Addrea letters for information in oonSdeneeto
B. T. HELHBpLD, Cheahrt,
Depot, 10* Sonth Tenth-St, below Cheetnat, “
BEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS AND UNPRINCIPLED
Who endeavor to dispose “or Thai own” and “OTHia”
arttcles on the reputation attained by
Helmbold’s Gendina' Preparations, , .
do do Extract Bacha, t
, .do ■; do m Banaperllta, f
*» J: *> ‘ ' '
Ddd by Mncgtsta. evarj-whaa.. taka so <ghst. Cat
out the and send for tt| Mid avidf jayoaftioa.
and dipoeara- --.■■■<>■ ■
lb Dtttnt—Mti, Ramchtt, 4k. , . tf
A'ZMragy MTm, Jfbfevmd
» ArVCTettu, *.
n Dtrtns /ntiiU n ftnU »«rf Am lt.
“ Costert” Bat Roach, Ac. Exterminator.
“ Costar’a” Bed-Bog Exterminator,
“Costar’s" Electric Powdertor Insects, Ac.
la 25c. 50c. asb $l,OO Bonus as> runs, $3 ax>ss (is*
Fos Puaunoss, Sam, Boats, Horses, Ac.
"THS ONLY INFALLIBLE KIUEBUtS HHOWH."
“ Not dsn|«toas to the Huotl TSsoily.**
“ Hsu da not die od the presaeeU.”
“ They come oat of their helee to dlo.”
WBM Bbenartore by
AU Vaousns Dncooure i> too ism ettlee, sad hr
Dsosoim, Osocsae, tnaamiuttataniUHiato
•Uj. to *ll Country Tons sad TiHtcos 1$ to* Hatted
Statee. s ■■
Sold by G. W. KESSLER, Altoona.
49-Coons t teams csb order so eboro.
OrsddnM order* dtooet—torfc* Woos, Ysms, A*.] u
BEIIRY B. come,
PsaqrAL Dir?*—No. «2 Broadway Mew Xcrk.
fi WHEELER & WILSON’S 'ss
8 . SEWING |
t MACHINE. B
- : • - t
M R. A. 0. KERR, Z
J ALTOONA, PA-, H
W Agent for Blair County, q
These machines are admit
to be Hubert ever offered to the public, ,nd their
superiority Is satisbctoril} established by the bet thet in
the lest right years,
OVER 1.40 Q MORE
of these Machines hare been sold than of sny other see S'
nSsctnred, and more medals bare been awarded the pro
prietors by different Fairs and Institutes. than to any oth
ers. The Machines are warranted to do all that Is ctainted
for them. They ate now in use in serersl tamUtes in Al
toona, and in every case they giro entire sathtrtfan.
The Agent refers those drtlring information an the su
periority of the Machines, to'Coi. lofan L. Piper, her. A.
B. Glsrfc, George jlawkesworth, Ben]. F. Rose, and X. H.
The machines can be seen and examined at the store of
the Agent, at Altoona.
Price of No. 1 Machine, silver plated, glass foot and new
riyle Hemmer —$85. No. 2, ornamental bronse, glass foot
and now styte Hemmer—sss. No. 3, plain, with old. style
Hemmer— *46. [March a, IHX-tf.
WEST BRANCH INSURANCE CO..
»» LOCK HAVEN, PA-
PREMIUM NOTES IN FORCE .405,000.
Insures property on as reasonable terms as am
consistent with security.
O. 0. D. gatterlee,
J. B. Hall, Jacob Brown.
P. M. Price, All Inn White,
Siteon Scott, C. A. Mayer,
Alex. Sloan, W. Pearan.
0. D. SixisELiE, V. P. a. a IIASTXT, Pree’t
. j. w. CnAPMitt, Secretary.
Ju, y »• ] R. A. 0. KKBB, Agent, Altoona,
C. C. SERVER & SON,
(Successors ro Thomas K. Taylor ft Co.)
Paper, Envelpe, and Printers* Card
No. 6XB, MINOR STREET,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
WRITING, LETTER, NOTR
MANILLA, TISSUE, BBOE AND BABDWAU
BONNET, BOX AND STBAW BOABDB.
Printers, Blank Book Manufacturers,
Statlonere and Storekeeper*, will and it to tbeir rim
' W£&£?y D " US P NB ™* stock. :.
XTAVING ACCEPTED THE AGBN-
I 1 cjr for the eale of Ibe above celebrated Hacbiaee.
pan;, ranying In price. from - ■
S4O to ®lOO.
Fnrchaam of theee Machine* hare the advaataae *f
cboelDc <ne making «W>ar the celebrated Grover A Ifcker
Stlteli, <y the Ixxjk Stitch, the,only valnableSbwtnglU
chlne etltcbe* tapradtical nee. The eoperiority oftked*
otbme, for tuidf earing, h nwmri*
eetabllebe<l.Tl>e pecnltaritlte of the different *tytaa ef
Machine* rill be cneerfnlly explained to any one riakinx
topnreSaa*. - j.jj. ijhiSai
Altoona, top Tth-Sm.
• j msinsT-jL T-zj. w.
Will practice in the eeveral j}
togtoaCity,be will devdte.facial mtUmttoktott* Me
ration and collection of claim* *g*ln*v tbeDntted Stbiaa.
including Fenaion*, Bonnty Lauda, Amare of Fay* for
Serriceaintfae Amy and Nary, and generally ■)!(■(.
noee before any of the Departtnenta. - -
Oflle* on Virginia Street, * doore above Julia Street.
Building lots fob sale.—
The eubacrit'era offer at Private Sale KIQHT amr.n.
1«U LOTS, altnate on the top of Ora hfll, above thereeer
volr of the Altoona Gae A Water Ooeapany, betngnoir bold
a« property by the Preabyteriaß Church. Tbo lota an
Ally feet front by ITS feet deep,and will beaoMon riimn
able terma, Peraona wtahlngtoporchaaoerTtaw thaaa
lote will receive all information concerning abeie hy-ep
plying to Michael Clabangfa, X. 11. HoOormteki
McCoimlck. or Chat. J. Uann, Tnuteeaof Preebyterian
Church. [Altoona, April &IMB.
SKOCEKIES AND PROVISIONS.—
A large and varied Itoek of FRESH GROCERIES
PROVISIONB, Jutt received, and for vale Ah cheap nil
tbeebeapeet,at MPBPBY PWePIECTShffi — ■ i}
,• Altoona, JoaeffS,lMX ' ■ ■■■•'
A REGULAR MEETING OK THB
ALTOONA PAIS TIE V CEMETERY AS800IA
(BW trill he held oo the aecood Thoreday evening of eauSt
Booth; ler the Council Boom. ' XlPUIttiK
• JjM Umtm, • • PreaMaat.l
■■■ Be««t»ry. . [May !*■>«] <
GROVER & BAKER’S