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NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
. AT OJLJ>. BRICES.
I AE UNDBESIGNED WOULD EE
WMTMwd tettk awfc «f country. &'«d 1• mncfa
!?f*!L!ii?- h ?** o ** B » M> *» M tH«g*ft*uni)l4>cHn three
d JH!S?!I ,>l *” l M,T COMPETITION. Hi* dock
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS
r~ irmr inmiiinn
MEN AND BOYS’ SUMMER WEAR,
, m>Pg’ AND HUSKS’ DBXBB SHOES,
MEN ANIIBOYS’ BOOTS AND SHOES,
MEH AND WO*UBPB HOSK, HATS AMD CAPS,
OilgUm., LnWu*, Blreehad and DuMrachwl Mmliii,
PriuJ Prarhre nnADriwl (pphu, Pluin and ,
ftWfcwrt ah—,-Ae, Ac, Ac.
FAMCT DELAIMEB, tram IJU to »
Plw> Blmehnd MDSUMS tuA wide, i« «
“ “ J 4 “ w' 4 »
“ “ « “ tii “
BuvyUnhrcbtd “ raid “ 12U “
, “ “ K “ lud Ml* «
u4inU| fiw 8 to 15 u
ÜBMMIOtnS, from 40 to 56 u \
“ W»*,l&«ncb, «uw*d, HraW BOOTHES. $1 25
HEN’S CaSmOTS, “ 2»
“ OOAT u » »*0
BOYS’ OOAT. (Moo. 4nadS.) ISO
TIBS, from T 5 coot* to 1 00
HEM’S CALF HOMEOES. I no
AU Hu* of MUSES’ A CHILDREN’S SHOES, very low.
id Coffee at 25 cents,
L a Wklli UU.I || Binl 12W cents.
Brown Some fr(>« T tolActm; BaMßmuy nod Lovering',
*t 80 ct».;.Bu*»r House Mnlss***, 40 cu.; Baking
Moluw*. 31 to 40 eta.; togutlwr with Coder end Willow
W«s; Flour,Feed, Ac.,mod *U other article* of Good*
Justus low m* uyothar bouse can,selL Plane call and
examine my stow bebre purebuiag elsewhere.
3. A. BPRANKLE.
Altoona, M»f 1, 1M2.J North Ward.
EMPORIUM OP FASHION!!
Vuyimia St*, Altoona, Pa.
D. W. A BEDFORD, Proprietor..
The proprietor or the “ emporium
Or FASUIOIf" woold rMpvctfallj announce to the
pamfe that, bakwnMiTrd iltqp InToio. of
u4i (aaaataaMtment of
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
'iGolUrn, . Neck-Ties, Suspenders,
: &e., &e. f &e.,
exaeOr eoited tothU locality and Inteoded for the
AUTUMN AND WINTER TRADE.
Tb* proprietor of the Emporium invites an examina
tion of.hia afcock, feeling confident that hie shelves present
a greater variety of plain and fancy goods than can
be found elsewhere in the country. An examination will
convince any ope of this fact.
He has also received the
and bring a perfect "Cutter,” he has no hesitancy in say
ing tbit he can make up clothing In the fashion, and in
a manner that can not foil to prove satisfactory. It has
psmsd Into a ptoverb that
Belford’s the very man that can make,
Clothes in the fashion, strong and cheap;
. AJI that have ever tried him yet,
BSy that he really cant be beat.
Estosmber the. place, Virginia street, first door above
Jaggard’s Halt; Altoona, Pa, ■ [April 17, *62.
FOB THE CHEAPEST AND BEST
FALL & WINTER GOODS!!
J, B. HILEMAN has just received a
Urea and writ .elected .lock of Good., troubling of
Clothe, FUinand fancy Oonimena, Sotinetb, Erntnck?
Jenna, Twoado, Deorerteeni. Bine Drilling, end ell other
Unde of Goods for
MEN AND BOYS’ WEAK,
together with a grand mad magnificent anortment of
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,
Such at Static ond Abney Si Vet, ChaUtct, Smgct, BrOhantt,
- Inn*, Bdatna, CUnta, Dcßcgu, Crapec, BrinU,
Crane ami stifle Shaidj, JfaniitLai, Vhdertltntt and
JUtn, Wyti and SOdxmt, Coßart, Hand
ktrMtft, Kid dmi, Hooped Skirti, Skirt
fug, Loot Situ, ft, <fc.
Ticktoga, Ohecka, Bleached and Unbleached Moilina,
Cotton andLtoen TahleDiaper, Craah, Nankeen, Ac.
WOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE, QUERNS WARE,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
OILCUnap, • CARPETS, AC.
Our atock of Qroeariea b more extern ire than erer, and
cooaMaaf Bio. and Jara Coffee, Croahed, Loaf and N 0.
Orew^^P, BL and Black Tea*; Kolaoaa, Soape,
Tbaakfnl. to the public for the eery liberal patronage
heretofore received, ha bopea by strict attention to bnsi
neaa, and an todewrpr.to pleaae, to merit a continuance of
lf“GalI and examine hi* Stock, and yon will be con-
Tinced Adi the beat eeeaitmept and cheapest Goode
•a* (kfontrjPrhdnco of all kimk taken to exchange for
Good* at.narket price*.
Altoona. April A, 18*2.
FOREIGN AND DO
BJUtD CAGES AND WIRE GOODS,
■ ... t WINDOW GLASS,
AC. " ’
'"WjSWfLW*®** and at low talas for cash.
Hla,rwn*Mn«a»oekof DRY GOODS on hand will be
yt riMiifcililylow prices, in order to rellnqnlah
WHOLESALE LIQUOR STOKE.
3 HUE UNDERSIGNED WOULD IN-
L FORM lb* public that he he* the interest
A WH.H(ai it the Grocery and Provision Store here
tofore k»pt fry them on Virginia street, below Caroline St,
the bnaioess, and will keep con-
ItOtK, HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES,
DRIED BE IF, HBB. Bam, molasses, coffek,tea,
SOfiAB, SPICES, CONFECTIONARIES,
Bw* A Oncer; and Provision
"°WS« from the tohn ud
the mart reasonable price*.
liquor by wbole
«l% I wulkeep oonetantly on bend e lets* enactment of
Dqwte cr &*. beet qnelitte* to be bed.
I neeeiirfhll/ moat e there of pnbllo custom.
TTOWARD ASSOCIATION, Phil*-
fcrlhsCesr. of dlslsinof the Sent! Organs. Medical
•drtrnßira rnhb, by the dating Smaa. Valuable re
ft***# WgPiW.itie.er Semlnaf Weakneea, and other
i»WBNR|Mi9r> tent to the afflicted in sealed
Two or threeStampsfor
tfILLIM HOUGHTON, Acting Snr
■wifeMwiiiird Aeeoctmoß, No. 2, Sooth Ninth street.
TJSWWHIT* LEAD AND ZINC
THE BEST in the VOEID,
CURING TOOTHACHE & NEURALGIA!
Do you wish to be blessed with and admired (or Psaur
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ONRITAILED TOOTH POWDER, warranted free from
add, alkali or any injnrkma rabrtura. Price, 25 rants
•9. Beware of the ordinary cheap Tooth Powders,
which whiten bat destroy.
Do.yon wish to be certain that your BREATH is pure,
sweet, and agreeable to hatband or wife, lorer or friends’
Dse DR. HURD’S CELEBRATED MOUTH WASH—
Price, 37 rants per bottle.
This astringent wash is also the best remedy in the world
lor Genoa, Ban Baum, Budoio Gnu, Bonn Motors, etc.
It bn cored hundreds.
Doyoa or your children suffer from TOOTH ACE! Get
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They do not adhere nor blister, but soothe and charm
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eta tare it hendeome tm la the tf to^adiireH
Cue i/ Jor, Cob A Co., Publisher*’ AjKntt,
new toek;>. O.
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i ■ ii-
THE HISTORY r
1000 CHANCES TO MAKE MONEY.
EXCELSIOR OCR MOTTO!
On the corner of Branch and Annie Streets,
mw STOCK OF GOODS!
Having disposed of the
entire stock of old goods in the above stand at suc
tion, we desire to say to the public that we hare Just
opened out an
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK
to which we invite the attention of the public. We are
determined to at the
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Our stock embraces a large and complete astortment of
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,
consisting* in part, of plain and fancy Silk*, all-wool De
laines* Alpacas, ChniHe Delaines, plain and figuredßerege,
Dawns, Ginghams, Ducal*, De Barge, Travelling Drees
Goods* and all the
LATEST STYLE PRINTS.
Men’s ■■‘W e a r.
We have received a large and well selected stock of GEN
TLEMEN’S DRESS GOODS, .such as Cloths, plain and
fancy Caarimeres, Casbmerets, Tweeds, Jeans, Corduroys,
Bearer Teens, Velvet Cords, and other fashionable goods
for men and boys.
Irish Linen, Cambrics, Victoria Lawns, plain and dotted
Swiss, Bobioets, Edgings, Ac.
We have a large a-sort men t of Ladies’ Needlework Col
lars and Sets* Dress Trimmings* Ribbons* Gloves. Gaunt
lets, Mitts,-Hosiery* Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Neck
Ties, Veils* Ac. Also* Ticking* Checks, bleached and un
bleached Muslins* Cotton and Linen Diaper* Crash, Ac.
Also, a fine assortment of
We have received a large lot of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS & CAPS. SHAKER BONNETS, &c..
which we ace determined to eel! cheaper than ever.
CEDAR AND WILLOW-WARE,
Carbon Oil, Fish Oily
Drugs and Medicines,
»nii. In tact, everythin* usually kept in it first-class Store.
49- As we make our purchases almost entirely for cash,
and aa we will sell for
CASEt ONL Y.
AND KEEP NO BOOKS, it will enable us to sell Goods at
very moderate prices; and by folr dealing and strict at
tention to business we hope to secure a liberal share oi
Altoona, April 15,1862-11
A ROUSH, Druggist,
• takea. this opportunity of returning his thanks i
to the citizens of this place and vicinity, for the liberal I
patronage they have bestowed on him, and desires to in
form the public in geneial, that he still continues
At his Old Place of Business,
A Jew Door? above the Post-Office,
where be is at all times prepared to attend to their wants
in bis line of business, consisting of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, OILS,
>v PAINTS, PUTTY,
CARBON OIL AND LAMPS.
CHOICE SMOKING TOBACCO.
FOR MEDICINAL USE, ALWAYS ON HAND.
AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT
Altoona, Pa, April 17,1882.
GROCERY. AND PROVISION
'Annie Street, JSast Altoona, a few doors above
The subscriber has just re
ceived a largo and fresh aleck of GROCERIES, PRO
VISIONS. Ac., which he wilt aell at price* equaliyas low
a* his competitors. His stock consists of.
CONFECTIONERIES \ VRIBB FRUIT,
AND BRUGS OF ALL KINDS
I invite the public to call and examine my stock, as I
am determined to please in tpuUit, and price.
May.8,1882-tf WM.H. PEECIVAL.
$ 25] EMPLOYMENT-! [s7s
AGENTS WANTED !
We will pay from $25 to (75 per month, and ail expen
ses, to active Agents, or give' a commission.- Particulars
sent frea. Address Erie Sewing Machine Company, B.
JAMES, General Agent, Mllan.Ohlo. i
DRIED APPLES.—The subscribers
have a fine lo of bright yeliow DRIED APPLES,
bought at much leas than market rates, and which Jhey
desire to close oat, at cost and carriage, withont delay.—
Persons desiring to purchase, either at; wholesale or retail,
will find it to their advantage to give us a call.
Altoona, Jane 26,1882.] MURPHY t McPIEE,
Great western insurance
AND TRUST COMPANY.—lnsurance on Real or
personal property will be effected on the most reasonable
terms by their agents in Altoona at tils office in Anna St.
March IT, 1859. JOHN SHOEMAKER, Agent.
T EVFS PREPARATION FOR KX
JLi terminating BATS, MICE, ROACHES, ANTS, and
Bed-bugs with oat danger in its use under any circumstan
cm for vale at the Drug Store of 'O. W. KESSLER.
Jan. 24, «66-tf]
Umbrellas and parasols,
In endlen variety, at | LACGHMAN’S.
Altoona, May 1,1862. :
NEW SUMMER GOODS, of superior
style and material, just rec’d at UAUQHMAN’B.
Great piles of pantaloons,
for Men and Boys, at ■ LADGHMAN’S.
MEN AND BOYS’ GOATS, of every
style and color, of good quality, at
New stock of boots & SHOES
for Men and Boys, Ladle* and Mixes, Jolt rac’d at
GEIS & CO.
Sum I. run—!—— Smwa Vnmi
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
Bounce to the citizen*
Altoona and vicinity'
they havejuat receit
luge supply of BTO
of all Patterns, and
Cook, Parlor, Office.
Shop Stoves, which
will tell at the most
•enable prices. A 1
supply will alway
kept on hand.
TIX JXD SHEET* IB OX WARE, in great variety,
always on hand.
ROOFING & SPOUTING
pn up on short notice.
They have alao attimhed a copper-smithing room to their
establishment and win keep on hand an assortment of cop
per and brass kettles, Ac.
All kinds of Job work promptly attended to.
The ftubscribars have added Hardware to their line of
business, and are now prepared to supply anything in the
Hardware and Cutlery line, such aa Handsaws, Axes,
Augers. Adzes, Chisels, Squares, Rules, Hammers, Planes,
Hinges, Locks, Latches, Files, Knives and Forks, Spoons,
Ac., all of which they offer on the most reasonable
43*Persona wishing anything In the Hardware line are
requested to call and examine their stoca.
A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited.
Ow Store on Annie street, between Harriet and Ada*
line streets, East Ward, and on Virginia street, opposite
Kessler’s Drugstore, M’est Ward.
Altoona, Feb. 3d, 1862.
POKED OUT AGAIN!
f’J'Mie undersigned would respectfully so-
JL licit the patronage of the citizen! of Altoona and
vicinity, as he has again opened out
AT HIS OLD STAND,
on Virginia st., a few doors below the Supt’s Office,
with an entirely new and fresh supply of
PROVISIONS AND GROCERIES,
FLOUR, BACON, FISH,
CHEESE. CORN-MEAL, MILL-FEED
OATS, RYE, CORN,
TEAS of all kinds, COFFEE, SUGAR, SYRUPS,BAKING
MOLASSES. TOBACCO, SEGARS, DRIED FRUIT
SOAP. CANDLES, BROOMS, BRUSHES,
Crockery. Wooden and Willow Ware, Stationery, Notion-,
Candle-. Ac. Also a large stock of
All the above goods will ne sold. Wholesale or Retail, at
the lowest prices. Come one—come nil! See for your
selves, and be convinced. No charge for examining my
, LOUIS PLACE.
April 17, 62-tf.
■VnSW FißM.—The subscribers take
Xl this method of announcing to the
of Altoona, and the Public generally that
BOOT & SHOE STORE, Wi
in the room recently occupied by John 11. Rob*
erts. The business heretofore carried on by Mr. Roberts,
will, in the future, 1* in the name of Roberts A Ruth*
They will keey constantly on hand a complete assort
Boots & Sltoos,
GAITERS, SLIPPERS, &c., &c., &c.
whit:h they will offer at fair prices and warrant to be of
the best material aup manufacture. Particular attention
will be given to s
in which we warrant to give entire satisfaction, as we
buy the beat stock and employnone but the best workmen.
Remember the old stand, on Virginia Street, one door
East of Kessler’s Drug Store.
JOHN 11. KOBRRTS,
Oct. 10 1862-lf. WM. H. RUTHERFORD.
ONWARD! EVER ONWARD!
STEP BY STEP!
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES TO
inform his old customers and the public generally
.that he has this spring gone Into the pry Good business,
and has Just received a large and entirely new stock of
For the Ladles, embracing all the latest, prettiest and most
And among which may be found every quality; of goods,
the names of which It would be too tedious to enumerate.
In the line of pure, fresh and cheap
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
I will not “knock under” to no; of mj competitors. In
this department I feel sure that I can render satisfaction.
All kinds of country produce taken In exchange for
goothg and the highest market price allowed.
Store on the corner of Annie and Helen streets. East
A 1 toons. THOMAS HESLOP.
Altoona, May 22,1862.
$3O. EMPLOYMENT! $lOO.
O ommercial Agents Wanted
TO BEIX GOODS FOB THE
A E> A M S
(A Niw Ekolahs)
Wo will give a commission of one hundred per cant, on all
goods sold by our Agents, or we will pay wage* at from
$3O to $lOO per mouth and pay all necessary! expenses.
For particulars addres (with stamp)
CHAB. BCOOLES, OenT Agent,
For the Adams Manufacturing Co. Detroit, Mich.
May 8,18C2-ly ; ?
NOW IS THE .TIME FOR EVERY
. family to get in their aupply of coal for this Winter,
and the anbecrlbhr would therefore Inform the feitiaena of
Altoona and vicinity, that he ta prepared to supply them,
on short notice, with a superior article of ANTHRACITE
and ALLEGHENY BITUMINOUS COAL. Heiwill sell it
by the Train, Car, or Cart Load, or by the btuhel, deliv
eredat the door of the purchaser.
0“ Yard on the North side of the Railroad—upper end
of Altoona Yard. H. R. MYERS,
July 25,1861.-tf. v “ '
undersigned Is about starting a Tannery, 1 and wish
n to bny or tnule for
of good ROCK OAK BARK, and also for HIDES, for
which the highest market price will be paid. '
Altoona, April 17, ’*2-tf. LOUIS BLACK.
WM. S. BITTNER,
/OFFICE IN MASONIC
TEMPLE, beat door to the Post
J. G. ADLUM,
ALTOONA, BLAIR CO., PA. ’
Can at all times be found at the store of J. B. Hilemaa
October 1, ISB7.
MUSIC !—INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN
PlauceForte and Melodeon, by Mix M.
T * u “- s!•> P«r quarter; No charge for
tne see of the Instrument. Residence on Catherine Stmt,
West Altoona. [Jan.ld.lM2.-tf.
PLAIN & FANCY VESTS, of every
site and style at LACOHMAN'S.
Life Insurance and Trust Co.
/ COMPANY’S BUILDING Southeast
\J Comer of Walnut and Fourth Streets. PhUatTa.
Authorised Capital,. ....... $300,000
Paid up Capita 1,........... 250,000
Assets, - 1,897,746
Incorporated 1860, by the Legislators of Pennsyl-
Insures Lire* during the Natural life or for abort terms,
grants annuities and endowments, and makes contracts of
all kinds depending ontbe issues of life.
Policies of Life Insurance issued at the usual mutual
rates of other good companies—with profits to the assured
—last Bonus January, 1861, being 43 per cent, of all pre
miums received on mutual policies—at Joint Stock fates,
20 per cent less than the above, or Total Abstinence rates
40 per cent, less than Mutual price. Also, a
By which a person pays for 5,7, or 10 years duly, when
the policy is paid op for Life, and nothing more to pay;
and should be be unable,, or wish to. discontinue sooner,
the Company will issuea Pam ur Poucr, in proportion to
the amount pf premium paid, as follows:
On a Policy of $l,OOO. 4 Year 7 Year 10 Year
after payment ol rates. rates. rates.
1 Annual Premium, for $2OO 00 $143 85 $lOO 00
2 “ - 400 00 285 70 200 00
4 “ - ’ 800 00 571 40 400 00
6 “ *
8 - “ *
Any further information can be bad by applying to the
undersigned, who is the authorized agent for Blair County.
July 31.1862*1 y ’ | R. A. O. KERR.
JACOB SNYDER, TAILOR,
, The Hero of One Hundred Fits per Month !
1 would respectfbll
forth my claim to pa
attention, as a Fashiooai
Tailor, as folio «ra:
Because 1 keep an
Ifcut assortment of Cl
Trimmings. which* w.
, Because my wort
made up in ft manner
take* down the coa
and gives all my custoi
a city appearance.
Because I am not ini.
as a Cutter to the beal
be found anywhere.
Because long expert*
in my business gives
entire control over it
I am not dependant
any one tolift me 01
FRIES k WINTERS.
Because 1 am still on the sonny side of forty, and there*
fore my taste as aUutter and workman unimpaired.
Call on me, in the corner room of the u Brant House.”
Give me a trial and you will go away pleased.
Altoona* Hay 26-6 m JACOB BNVDEB.
PATENT KEROSENE OR CARBON
OIL LAMPS J
Unrloaledin Beauty , Simplicity Safety or Economy.
Kv«ry person desiring to obtain the very beet and cheap
est pvrtable light within their reach, should call at the
store *>fthe undersigned and examine these Lamps before
purchasing elsewhere, and we pledge ourselves to demon
These lamps are admirably adapted for the nsa of Stu
dents, Mechanics, Seamstresses. Factories, Halls. Churches*
Stores, Hotels, and ore highly recommended for family use.
The burner of the Carbon Oil Lamp can be attached to
old side, hanging and fable fluid and oil lamps, at a small
expense, and will answer every purpose of a new lanp.
We guarantee perfect satisfaction in all cases.
Aug. 19, 1858-tf.} G. W. KESSLER.
Stoves, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware
SRIGG WOULD RESPECT
• fully 'nfonn the citizens of Altoona
and vicinity that he keeps constantly on hand
large assortment 01 Cooking, Parlor, Office otuZHHpft
Shop Slovti, of all 'styles and sizes, to salt the
wants of all, which he will sell at low prices, on reason
lie also keeps on hand a large stock of Tin and Sheet-
Iron Wart* consisting of all articles for culinary purpose*—
Cboi Scuttles, Stove Pipe, <£c.
lie has also purchased the right of sale in Blair county,
of K. T. JONHS*
IMPROVED SAUSAGE STUFFER,
an invention which needs only to be teen to be apprecia
and should be possessed by every farmer, batcher or those
requiring each a machine.
tjb Particular attention paid to putting up SPOUTING,
either in town or country. Spouting painted and put up
on the most reasonable terms. fapril 14,1869-1 y
More good news !
The undersigned bujnst received from the East
a large and varied assortment of.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Cloths/ Cassdiiees, akd
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
each as Undershirts, Drawers, Sus
penders, Neck-ties, Handkerchiefs
*<7*9* •* *° ld “ the lowest prices.
All work ordered will m nude up in the very beet style,
according to the latest fhahlona, on short notice.
NoT.l.IfOMf THOMAS BtwAY.
T7XCHANGE HOTEL.—THE SUB
l'l SCBIBEB would respectfully in
form the public that he bu recently re- A
fitted the above Hotel, end Is now pre- -
pared to accommodate bis friends 'bdISHS
patrons In a comfortable manner, and
will spare no pains In mating it an agreeable home for all
sojourner*. His Tableiwill always be luxuriously supplied
from the markets of the country and cities, and bis Bar,
filled with liqnon of choice 1 brands. His charges are aa
reasonable a* those of any other Hotel in the place, and .he!
feels satisfied they can not be complained of by those who
fiiror him with their custom. Expecting to receive a share
of pnblic patronage, find thlly intending to deserve it, he
throws open his house to the public and invites a trial.
I have jn*t received' a stock cf Xo. 1 French Brandy;
for medicinal purpose*.
Also a large (tack of excellent Wines, for medicinal pur
poses, together with a lot of the best old Rye Whiskey to;
be found in the country.
Altoona, May ?7, 1559.-ly] JOHS BOWMAN.
The subscriber has just
returned from the east where be has purchased a
very large and fine stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BROGANS, GAITERS, &C.,
w A U P* 6 !**** to offer to the citizen* of Altoona and
vicinity at very low price*. Having purchased direct from
IZ* fo * h «* i» prepared to veil at price*
that will defy competition. AU that he aaks 1* that the
elswbTe* **** examine his irtock before purchasing.
W* BOOTS and SHOES made to order on the most
, terms. Also, repairing promptly attended to.
Don t forget the place, two door* below Poet Office.
Jan. 3,1861. M. THOItPSOK, Agent.
J3LAIR COUNTY INSURANCE
-j AOENCV—The undersigned, Agent of the Blair
maty Mutual Pipe Insurance Company, is at all
thaw ready to lnsurc against lox or damage by Are. Build
infe, Merehqndite, Turmtun and Property, ot erery des
enptiOD, in town or country, at as reasonable rates as anv
Company In the State Oflce withßell, Johnston, Jack*
°°jan. 37,’59-tf T. CALDWELL, Agent.
OYES 10 YES I—GENTLEMEN
dr»* nidi udhHr. JOSEPH P.TROtT innoon- » LL KINDS OF PRINTING
AMERIC A-IN -
ALEXANDER WHILLDIN, President.
PAM DEL WORK, Vice President.
Jobs 6. Wiuob, Secretary.
aoaan or nusms.
Alexander Whilldin, J. Edgar Thomson,
800. Jas. Pollock, Hon. Joseph Allison,
Albert C. Roberts, Jonas Bowman,
Samuel T. Bodine, H. H. Eldridge,
George Nugent, John Aikznan,
William J. Howard, Cbarb s F. Heaalitt.
Ist. That NO-ACCIDENT cab occur by explosion.
2d. That they emit no offensive odor while burning.
3d. That they are very easily trimmed.
4th. That they ore easily regulated to give more or less
6tb. That they burn entirely free from smoke.
6th. That the light is at least 50 per cent, cheaper than
any otbei light now in common use.
FINE AND COARSE
O VERCO ATB ,
LT ARDWARE OF ALL DESGBIP- txatr OILS COLOGNES, PO^'
ALL STYLES CARPETING AND ' CJPECTACLEB AND EYE PB^KB
Oil-Clotbacanhafoundat LACOHMAJT9. j O nnlbruliii il-tf. KE.«*I.I»- S
: Book Bindery
AND BLANK BOOK MANXFaCTui’y
Mo. 64 Market St, Uarritburg, p,,
3phis- establishment is chiefly devoted
[ tbft mamifcctare of Blank Book* for (i
and private IndfriAikfes Tnaßcana
▼«r y beet of stock
relied upon. Blank BaajM jMMed. piged and i„,.
any desired patter®. Nwg' Attorneys and “
Dockets of all sires, nfe MM rnlad to order
and Yearly Assessments, DnpUnlea, Ac, for count,
aes. printed or plain, rated and Sound to «r i,. r ’ r ,, T "
Dockets made of the best linen paper. '
Librarians, and others, desiring to hare their Book,
bound and at moderate prices, ahonld give us a call v'"'
papers of the largest sires. Harper’s Weekly, ni,."'
Pictorial, Ballons, §dentidc American, London s
bound to order, and in any style reunited. Haraer’t v™?. 1,
ly Magazine, Knickerbocker, lUackrrood’s and Crahailr'
Magasinea, Oodey’s Lady’s Book, Lady’s Repository fZ'
son’s Magazine, Piano Music, Ac, bound in extra uV
the more plain and substantial half binding.
pfilsta, Law Magasinea, Pamphlet laws, bound in g od f
brary style, at very moderate prices. Person. i*„. p ,
number of volnmea to birpt, will nceire n liberal , ,*
Binding can safely be sent to os from a distance 1., v ‘
press, and all work entrusted toonrcarewili be
dlly executed, safely packed and returned by Kxpr«
All work warranted. Address P. L. IIUTTEK.
' Uarriihury, n s
857 10 600 00
ga_McCKUM A DEKK, at the Tribune Office. ttll
agents for Altoona, and eicinity. They will giy„ inf Jraa
tion in relation to binding, and receive and return bat,
free from extra charges, for all who ent.ust their wort tt
my care. [March a, is®.],
GROCERY AND BAKERY!
The undersigned annou.v
cestb the citizen* of Altoona and vicinity that hr
ha* Jtut received a large inrolceeof
FRUITS, CONFECTIONARIES, NUTS, SPICES
and notions for children *c_ expressly for the Holiday,.
Ho will also keep always on hand a good stock of plain
and fkncy cakes, of bis own manufacture.
LEMONS, PRUNES, RAISINS.
always on hand at all seasons of the year.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, CORN MEAL. *€..
always in store and for sale in larpe or small quantities.
Call, examine and price my stock and you will tiu.l
it as good and cheap ns any in town
Pec. 20, ’6O-ly.j
AND OYSTER SALOON,
SUBSCRIBER WOULD IX
» FORM the citizens of Altoona and vicinity that hit
CONFECTIONERY, NUT and FRUIT STORE, iaalwaj*
supplied with the very beat articles to be had, and in gn at
variety. He has also an
attached to hU store, in which hawillserve op OYSTER?
In every style during the season.
lie is at all times prepared to supply cakes, candles. 4c..
or pic-nice and other parties. He invites a share of politic
fatronage, believing that he can render full satisfaction to
Remember, his store and saloon i* on Virgisiaskteet.i wo
doors below Patton’s Hall. OTTO ROS£l
Altoona, Oct. 10,1861-tf
OAK HALL, No. 7, MAIN STREET
SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS,
CIOARS & TOBACCO,
TOYS AND NOTIONS IN GREAT VARIETY
CONSTANTLY OS HAND.
W. M. LLOYD & CO.,
offee. Teas, Sugar, Molasses, Butter,
EGGS. GOOD WHIT.E WHEAT FLUrft
FRESB-BAKED BREAD •£ PIES aUeayt »n 4a,ct.
General News Agency.
JOHNSTON, JACK & CO..
(Late “ Bell, Johmton, Jack Co.")
Drafts on the principal
Cities, and Silver and Gold for aale. Collection*
made. Moneys received on deposlte, payable on demand,
without interest, or upon time, with interest at fair rate*.
Feb. 3d, 1*69.
GW. KESSLER PRACTICAL
• DRUGGIST, respectfully announces
t 6 thfe citizens of Altoona and the public
©rally, that he still continues the Drug
on Virginia street, where ho keeps constantly bL*
on hand, for sale. Wholesale and Retail, DRUGS. 01
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, OILS, VARNISH- M
£8 and DYE-STUFFS. 7
By strict attention to business, and a desire tu render
Isfoctlon to all as regards price and qnalitj. he hope* to
. merit and receive a share of public patronage.
Physicians and merchants supplied on reasonable term*,
and all orders from a distance promptly attended to.
Physicians prescriptions carefully compounded, [l-tf
]\r ATIONAL POLICE GAZETTE.-
X s This Great Journal of Crime and Criminal* i* >■*
its Twelfth Year, and is widely circulated throu«lic«t
the country. It contains all the Great Trials. Crimmi*
Cases, and appropriate Editorials on the some, together with
Information on Criminal Matters, not to lx* found in arj
IS9»Subscriptionss2 per annum; for fix mouth*.
be remitted by subscribers, (vbb should write their an**
and the, town, county and State where they reside pU .' J
To Of*. MATSELL i CO~
Editor k PropV.’of New York Polfc* Gaiety
IMf] JVric r*rkca!
/"10RELITE BASE .—Having pur;
chased the right to mannlactare the CORULITi-
BASE for ARTIFICIAL TEETH. I »m now prepared n>
pat np dentures on ’this new and beautiful principle
which is far superior to thb old style, on sUrer plater, i a
H will not corrode or discolor. It contains no mettle
substance, and of course there is do galranic action
whereby, metal plates often become obnoxious. P*rw n *
wishing a fine set of teeth will please call and exvan*
specimens. \r S. BITTNER.
Jan.2,1862-tf] Office in Masonic Temple. Altoona
PINE AND LARD OILS. PAM
.^.vSt?r’) n ‘ !DK Fl “ id ’ ° ,rb ° n ° a ’ * KESSUtW-
ON HAND AT McCOKMICK’S Store
—A splendid assortment of Ready-Made
Call and see. Nor.2y. tt-
SROCERIES. A LARGE ASP
complete assortment of Groceries hsre
I at the store of J. B. HILEMAV
Hair, hat, tooth, shaving.
Paint, Saab and Tarniab Bni.hea at ~a
cc £ i
« 5 '
>. .2 0 s
S . af =
C 5 0 * =-.
«t $1 si
3 I Z*ii
P 5 * ! S all
S S |2|-
BOLLIDA YSBUUG. PA .
McCBtTM & DERN,
\ r 0l». 7.
THE ALTOOHA TRIBUNE.
s *• **» »»omuio««
•* ,u * *' x > Mr ** inu at ,b
or abvbetimhu .
1 in?*rttau do.
r | I 37Vj
, o tr U““* •*' J une,) - 60 76-
j O .-«a» r ». f .. .. \ I. MO I
t«« •• ) 1 50 200
h•* w«k* » n<l **“ ~IHn MMinili*. i
,«"««« for e ‘ <b lß *' r,i °*montU., 6 mouth..
Kottr • •;;; " 10 00 UOO.
Half»culumu...*» 14 00 26 0“
o'» political ;(iaracler or IndWM
h ‘ch«rs»a accnrdin* to theabove rate*.
.ibltoary not»c«R excwoin* ■
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITJ
a T'STABLISURD AS A KtiFUGK FROM QUACh
’\he Only Place Where a Care C
Lvtl. JOHNSON has discovered
I most Certain, Speedy and only Effectual It-m
world for all Private Diseases. Weakness of tin
"utnhv Strictures, Affections of the Kidneys and
involuntary Discharges, Impotence, General Dt
Dv«D6Dsy« Uaniiucr, Low Spirit**. Gun
V ldeas Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity. Trend
'L 1 * -s nf Sight or Giddiness, Dis--a?o ol the
Chr IsT*Sose or Skin, Affection, of the Liver, Lungs
-her Rowels —t(nwe Terrible disorder, arising fr.
I li ary Habits of Youth-thoss sactr-r and so War;
'more fatal to thoii victims than the song of Syt
'i;,, Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most hr
or anticipations, rendering inarnago .*c , in
L YOUNG MEN
•■.McteUy. who have become the victims ol Solitary
dut dreadful and destuctive habit Which annually"
nntiinolygiave thousand* of Yunnic Men ot t.n
■ iindtod talent* and brilliant intellect, who nuirhi
vise have entranced listening Senate* with I 'e tin
>1 «lu((oence, or waked to ectaay the living lyre, mi
aith full confidence
>lnrried Person*, or Young Men coteinplating mu:
Ming aware of physical weakness, organic d-Mhtv.
aity.'Ac.* speedily cured. , ' ,
Uu who placed him-*elt under the care of Dr. J. u
'i«iuusly confide in Uw honor of a gentleman. and
lent!* rely upon hi'* skill as a physician.
immediately Cured* and full Viaor Restored.
This Distressing Affection—which renders Life niw
*O.l marriage impossible —is tin? penalty paid b
victims of improper indulgences. Young persi ns
, P t to commit exces enikom not being awmc « f ;th‘-
;ul consequences that may ensue. Now, who that
•tioU tha subject will pretend to deny that the p*>
procreation is loat sooner by lho*e falling into im;
htliitd than by the prudent? Resides being depm
pleasures of healthy offspring, tho most serious a:
symptoms to both body and mind arise
ivstem becomes Derang ’d, the Physical ami Mental
’.ions Weakened. Los*> of Procreative Power. N«*rvou
ability, Dyspepsia* Palpitation of the Heart, Indigt
Constitutional Debility* a Wasting of the Frame. C
Consumption, Decay and Death.
OFFICE. NO. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STRI
Iff hand side going from Baltimore street, a few
from the corner. Fail nos to observe name and uum
letters must be paid and contain a stamp. Th
tor's Diplomas hang in hi& office
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DA'
A~o Me rearjf or Norton i Drug*.
Member of the Hoyal College of Burgeons, London,
uste from one of the most eminent Colleges in (In
■Sutes. and the greater part of whose life has been y
the hospitals of London, Parts, Philadelphia ai -
where, has effected some of the most aslonwhiit.
that were ever known; many troubled with ringing
ai-Ad and e-ira when asleep, great norvousnes
darmed at sudden sounds, bashfulnesn, with ir
flushing, attended sometimes with derangement of
*>re cared immediately.
TA*£ PARTICULAR NOTICE-
Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured then
*jy improper Indulgence and solitary habits, whic
both body and mind* unfitting them for cither tu
dudy, society or marriage.
Ttusr are some of the sad and melancholy effeci
luced by early 1 habits of youth, via: Weakness
Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimress of
bwa of Muscular Power, Palpitation of th© Hear
b*P*y, Nervous: Irritability, Derangement of the
dvc functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Coo
r ioo. Ac. I
Mejt.uxt.—The fearful effects of the mind are m
'< dreaded—>L«s of Memory, Confusion of s ldoa
fusion of spirits, Evil-Forebodings, Aversion to
Lore of Solitude, Timidity, Ac., are so
; b« evil* produced.
TaocB\sD» of persons of all ages can now judge wl
•he cause of their declining health, losing their vigt
Mining weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having
solar appearance abcut the eyes, cough and sympfo
"ho hare injured themselves by a certain prset;
4aljed in when alono, a' habit frequently learned
■**>l companions, or at school, the effects of-whu
ui Sblly felt, oven when asleep, and if not cured rx
BiarrUgo impostble, and destroy* both mind and
should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of bin cu
tb*: darling of his parents, should be •matched fr«
prospects and enjoyments of life, by theconseque
J -' viAtihg from tb© path of nature, and indolgtn
>rtalu secret habit. Such persons htst, before c\
i«&ect thata sound mind and body are the must
’equUUec to promote connubial happiness. lpde*»<.
these, the Journey through lift* becomes* wei
~ritn*ge; the prospect hourly darkens to the vie'
Hind becomes shadowed with despair and filled wi
melancholy reflection ;that the happiness ot anotl
-mans blighted with our own.
DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided and Imprudent votary, of p
andi that he hM imbibed, the seed a of this pain
rt «e. It too often happens that an llMimed sente of
•r dread of discovery, deters him from applying u
from education and respectability, can ale
tM °w * l * m ’ detUylug til! the .constitutional eyinpt
thn horrid disease make their appearance. *moh as
throaty diseased nose, nocturnal pain a In tl
* n< * limbs, dimness of sight, deafness, nodes on tl
and- arras, blotches on the bead, face and e:
progressing with frightful rapidity, till at 1
*h mouth or the bones of the nose fall
»ns victim of this awful disease becomes a horrid o
n njmiseratk>o, till death puts a period to his d
sufferings, by sending him t-> that Undiscovered(.
w «ence no traveller returns.”
. ]t ** a rudarieholy fact that thousands fall vie
nis terrible disease, owing to the unakillfalnes* «
Pretender*, who, by the use of that Duxdly
I ;i rc, *fF» ruin the constitution and make the-rrs
T •• STRANGERS
*«• oot your lire*, or health to the care of th*
• Q<ear&«d and Worthless Pretenders, destitute of
naine or character, wh» copy Dr Johnston’#
or Stylo themselves, in the newspaper*
Vnn Physicians, incapable of Curing, th
J_? kr, «Jnf month after month. Inking their fill
h* Zk*°? b Compdhhds, or ns Kmjs a* the smallest
to -uk I *** *®d I® despair, lease you with ruined
*• tt l * only Physician advertising,
sir or diplomas always hang In hi* ol
5 or treatreent areunknown to ali
tbsflt*?*,^ r ' >ni •Hfe* in the great hospitals of
tier s?* “* I* lo country and n more extensive Prirt
•an any other Physician In the world.
Xhs»L , !?2? 4^MENT OF THE P«ESS
cored at thisinstirotloti. y<
PfrßwSi .MBMrwn Important £nrgfe*l op
«i?»r*2 ST witnessed by the reporter
rtut’. Clipper,” and many otb*r papers, n
w^J?? again *nd again Whre th
,t ** | dlng at a geutlemen of charade'
lly> h a sufficient guarantee to the afflict*
•U»nt^ f V'5 ! * ,T ’?* nn, “» port iwh* sn«l cwt
...,ffi|*««d°nth»rspl r Person, m mint »h«
l>i4f»y , £S."esgi,fc
.$ 160 $3OO .
. 2 50 4 00
. 4 00; 6 *
. 5 00 300
. 600 10 00