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« %, A. O. KERR, *
|*| Symlffr -SkAr County. §
& SiUOstim. 9 saiaaHM i
i MACHINES ARE ADMIT
JL to be the beet aaar offered to the public, ud tbelr
aapaiiorttylaaatiabetorily aatabliabad by the Act that Id
OVER 1,400 MORE
of thm. Mfltfam Uwlmd wid than of an; otbar aaa
■htfiml, a art wnaaniiall kaw btan awarded the pro
prfolm to dUhnet Vahn ud LmtitatM than to ga, oth
•n. Th. Machfaee are warraatod to do all that hi cLaimrd
for than. Urn, a** now In we in atTaral famine, in Ai
itoona,andlnmry eaae they gireentire mttafactlon,
the Agwt refoci thoee deeirtag information aatbeen-
Mcforltjr of tha Machism, to Oof. John L. Piper, Rev. a.
>. Clark. Q, mg, llawtmerorth, BenJ. F. Bom, and E. H.
Him mechlnm nan be eean and examined at theetoreof
tfaa Agent, at AUooaa.
Prfoeof Ko. l Maehiae, eUrer plated, glam foot and new
etyle Hem mar g6fi. Mo, I, ornamental bronxe, glam foot
and hietyle Heonmer $ll. Mo. A, plain, with old etjrle
Hammer |li. [March 21, IMI-tf.
UrOIM NBW BTBBL PLATE COUNTY COLORED
MAP Of THE UNITED STATES,
CANADAS, AMD MEW BUNBWICK.
from raeaataarrays, romplatad Aug. 10, IMS; cut
$30.000 to mnwE and ons jmn Urn*.
Snparlor to mkj $lO map am made by Colton or Mitch
ell, and aeila at tba low prioe of fifty cenU; uom
an angtarod on tbia map.
It Is net enly aConoty Map, but it italso a
OOUNtT AND RAILROAD MAP
of the United State* and Canadas combined in one. giving
KVRRY RAILROAD STATION
•ad dhtftnew between.,
Qaaiwatse any wonftn or man $3 to $6 per day, and will
take back' all maps that cannot be sold and refund the
Send for 41 ieorth to try.
Printed Instructions bo w to canvas well famished all
Wanted—Wholesale Agents lor oor Maps in every
State, CaUfondfw Oanada, Ragland, Prance and Cuba. A
fortune may be made with a few hundred dollars capital.
J. T. LLOYD, No. 164 Broadway, New York.
The War Dqwrtmest usee oor Map of Virginia, Mary
land, andPenasylvania; cost $lOO/100, on which is marked
Antistate Credit, Shaipsbnrg, Maryland Slights, William
sportvPerry, Rhoresviue, Noland’s Ford, and all others on
the Potomac, and every other place in Maryland, Virginia,
and Pennsylvania, orfaoney refunded.
TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OP KENTUCKY,
OHIO, INDIANA, and ILLINOIS, -
is the only authority for Gen. Buell and the War Depart
ment. Money Tsftmded to any one finding an error in it.
Price 10 cents.
Prom the Tribune, Aug. 2.
-LLOYD'S MAP OP VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, AND
PENNSYLVANIA.—The Map is very large; its cost is but
* 25 cenU, and it i$ Uubtst uhieh can btpwrchaxtd.''
[ LLOYD’S GREAT MAP OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER
' —Prom Actual Surveys by Capts. Bart and Wm. BOW&N,
Mississippi River Pilots, of St. Louis, Mo., shows every
man’s plantation and owner’s name from St Louis to the
. Golf of Mexico—*l/160 miles—every sand-bar, island, town,
landing, mid all places 20 miles back from the river—col
« ored in counties and States. Price, $1 in.sheets. $2,
- pocket form, and S2AO on linen, with rollers. Read?
NattDkpaxtozxt, Washuotoit, Sept. 17,1862.
J. T. Llot&—-&r.* Send jour Hap of the Mississippi
River, with price per hundred copies. Rear-Admiral
Charles H. Davis, commanding the Mississippi squadron
it authorised to purchase as many as are required for use
of that squadron.
GIDEON WELLES, Secretary of the Navy.
OFFICE QF JAY COOKE,
At JAY OOOKE & CO., BANKERS,
1M SOUTH THIRD STREET,
Tiwandenighcd, baring been appointed SUBSCRIP
TION AGENT hj the Secretary of ueTnunry, is now
prepared to fttralsb, at once, tbe
NEW Twenty Year 6 per ct. BONDS.
of tbe United States, designated as “Five-Twenties,” re
deemable at thd pleasure of the Government, after five
years, and authorised by Act of Congress, approved Feb.
26,1USL , ■
COUPON BONDS are issued In sums of $6O, $lOO,
The &BGISTER BONDS in sums of $6O, $lOO, $6OO.
1000, sad $6000.' -
Interasiat, Six per cent, perr 1 annum will commence
ire* dates?purchase, and is
PAYABLE IN GOLD,
Semi-Annually. which i> equal at the pretest premium on
gold, lb about SIGHT PER CENT. PER ANNUM.
Parmer*, Merchant*, Mechanic*, Capitalists, and all who
haw* any money to luvect. should know and remember
that theee hoods are, in effect, a FIRBTMORTGAGE upon
■ alt RaUroads, Otnals, Bank Stock* aad aecnritie*, and the
tmm*nae prodaeti of all the manufacture* Ac., in the
comatry : aad that the toll and ample provision made for
the payment 0/ the interest and liquidation of principal,
by Cm toms, totjw, Rrciee Stamp* and Internal Here noe
serve* to aaketbes* Bond* the
Best, Moat Amiable and Most Popular
Investment |n the Market
Hnbocrfpftioufl received at PAR in Legal Tender Note*, or
note* aadcbecksof bank* at par In Philadelphia. Sub
*er&«a by mall vill receive prompt attention, and every
and explanation will be aflorded on application at
rfßondi will bekept on hand for inune*
JAY OOOKB, SnbeeriptioD Agent.
Nov. 6,1862. [8 bos.
C. C. SERVER & SON,
(SUCCESSORS TO THOMAS B. TaYLOE & Co.)
Paper, Envelpe, and Printers’ Card
No. 618, MINOB STREET,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
mrasQ, letter, note,
MANILLA, TISSUE, SHOE AND HARDWARE
BONNET, BOX AND STRAW BOARDS.
Printers, Blank Book Manufacturers,
Stationer! and Storekeeper*, will find It to their edraa
tue to CALL AND XKAHINB 008 STOCK.
May let, 18«2>ly.
Hair oils, colognes, pom.
Shifting Cr««m,ToUet Sam, 10. for tale bj
WEST BRANCH INSURANCE CO.,
*» LOCK HAVEN, PA.
PHEMIUM NOTES IN F0RCE....... 405,000,
Insares property on ns reasonable terms as are
consistent with security.
0. D. SattcrlM,
B.JCIMoo, AlHeoo White,
O. A. kU/er,
Ate. Soto, W.r«mna.
o.h, aumu*, y. v. a. o. Hum,
9. w. Cha rum, Seeretur.
J«ly s. K. A. 0. Ull. iint, AUoou.
T?QR. BENT.—The subscriber offers
JL <%,*aag,ttMi Store-Room on the eorner.of Annin and
Hiu-rlstsln»ts,last Altoona. lately occupied by Tonal
O'*. S, UO-tT ANDRSW JOPPUt.
T> AGS ■ RAGS!—The highest price
d “ er, * io ”
Mon.lMt. J. X. ICKKB.
IWTfiW WINTER READY MADE
XU imt received t LADGHKAN’B.
QWKtiSiLBB AN£ EYE PBJESER
O wn*ri*«l r>«] XMUM.
NORTH WARD AHEAD!
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
AT OLD PRICES.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD BE
J ipeetfUly inform the cltfeens of Altoona and *ur
nudbf country that he has fast retaroed from the east,
whenhe has bean selecting bis stock of Boring and Shm-
M Goods, which for style, quality and Price cannot be
surpassed in .this neck of country. His stock is much
larger than heretofore, acd,at Itfoqniteaii object in these
war-exciting times for every one to purchase where they
can get the BEST article at the LOWEST PRICE,- he
would say that be t*o and will sell AS LOW, if not A
LITTLE LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE in this
place.. Bo wishes all to call and see bis stock before pur
chasing elsewhere, as be feels confident h'e can offer in
ducement which will DEFY COMPETITION. His stock
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS
or imt tDCURior.
MEN AND BOYS’ SUMMER WEAB,
LADIES’ AND MISSES’ DRESS SHOES,
MEN AND BOYS’ BOOTS AND SHOES,
MEN AND WOMEN’S HOSE, HATS AND CAPS,
Ginghams, Lawns, Bleached and Unbleached Muslins,
Dried Peaches and Dried Apples, Plain and
Canvassed Hams, Ac., Ac., Ac,
Ho wm Mil the AMERICAN PRINTS at 1214 cents.
FAST MADDER COLORS, 10 “
FANCY DELAINES, from 12U to 23 “
Fioo Bloodied MUSLINS yard -wide, 12U • “
“ “ & “ 10 •; “
“ “ % RW “
Heary Cnbl’cbed “ yard li]2 “
“ “ “ % “ 8 and lo ; “
LAWNS, from Bto 15 - “
LADIES’ SLIPPERS, from 40 to SO “
“ Fine, French, Sowed, Heeled BOOTEES, $1
“ Pegged ;• 1 00
MEN’S CALF BOOTS, 2 13
“ -GOAT •• 230
BOYS’* GOAT, (Noe. 4 and 5,) , 1 so
HEN AMD BOYS’ OXFORD TIES, from 75 cent* to 1 00
MEN’S CALF MONROES, 100
All sixes of MISSES’ A CHILDREN’S SHOES, very low.
Rio Coffee at 25 cents,
SMP a -~fe.K I;Esg> White Sugar II and 12U dents.
Brown Sugar from " to 10ct».; Best Honey and Lorering’s
Bjrnp.at6octs.; Sugar House Molasses,4o cts.; Baking
Molasses, 31 to 40 cts.; together with Cedar and Willow
Waret Floor, Feed. Ac., and all other articles of Goods
Just as low as any other bouse can sell. Please call and
examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere,
Altoona, May.l, 1862. J
EMPORIUM OF FASHION!!
Virt/inia ,S>., Altoona, Pa.
D. W. A. BEDFORD, Proprietor,
The propeietor of the “ emporium
OF FASHION” would reepectfully announce to. the
public that he ha. received a large invoice, pf
and a, general assortment of
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
Collars, - Neok-Ties, Suspenders,
&c., &c., &c.,
exactly suited to this locality hod intended for the
AUTUMN AND WINTER TRADE.
The proprietor of the Emporium invite* an examina
tion of his stock, feeling confident that his shelves present
a greater variety of plain and fancy goods than Can
be found elsewhere In the country. An examination will
convince any one of this fact.
He baa also received the
and being a perfect u Cutter,” he has no hesitancy in pay
ing that he can make np clothing in the fashion, and in
a manner that can not fail to prove satisfactory. It has
passed into a proverb that
Belford’s the very man that can make.
Clothes in the fashion, strong and cheap:
All that have ever tried him yet.
Say that he really cant be beat.
Remember the place. Virginia street, first door above
Jaggard’s Hall, Altoona, Pa. ! (April 17,’62.
FOR THE CHEAPEST AND BEST
FALL & WINTER GOODS! !
J, B. HILEMAN has just received-a
large and well selected stock of Goods, consisting of
Cloths, Plain and Fancy (passimeres, Satinetts, Kentucky*
Jeans, Tweeds, Beaverteehs. Bine Drilling, and all ot«r
kinds of Goods for
MEN AND BOVS’ WEAK,
together with a grand and magnificent assortment of
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,
Such as Stack and Fancy Silks, ChaUics , Bercats. Brilliant..,
Lawns.. Delaines. Chintes, Deßeges. Crapes. Prints.
Crape and Stella Shawls. Mantillas , Undersleetcs and ’
Hosiery. Bonnets and Ribbons, Cottars, Hand
kerchief s. Kid Glares. Hooped Skirts, Skirt
ing. Lace Mitts, dr., etc.
Tickings, Checks, Bleached sod Unbleached Muslins,
Cotton and Linen Table Diaper. Crash, Nankeen, Aci
BOOTS AND SHOES,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
OIL CLOTHS, > - CARPETS, AC.
Our stock of Groceries is more extensive than ever, and
consists of Rio and Java Coffee, Crushed, Loaf and N’ 0.
Sugars; Green, Y. U. aid Black Teas; Molasses, Soaps,
Candles, Salt, Fish, Ac. .pT '
Thankful to the public for the very liberal patronage
heretofore received, he hopes by strict attention to busi
ness, and an endeavor to please, to merit a : continuance of
tbe same. .[ 1
,GiS-Call and .examine his Stock, and yon will bo con
vinced that he has the beet assortment and cheapest Goods
in tbe market. ‘ .
**.* Country Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for
Goods at market prices.
Altoona, April 4, 1862.
CHARLES j. MANN.
Dealer in foreign and do
WOODEN WARE. BROOMS,
/ shoe Bindings,
BIRD CAGES AND WIRE GOODS,
, _ . „ WINDOW GLASS,
PUTTY, WHITE LEAD, AC, AC.
S3.Every description of Go-ids in hill line will be'fur
niehed stihort notice, end et low rates for cash.
Hie remaining stock of DRY GOODS on bend will bn
closed oat et remarkably low prices, in order io rollodniab
that branch of the business. ■
Agent tor Willeon’e ‘’Telegraph Fodder Cutter.”
Altoona, May 29th, 1882.
WHOLESALE. LIQUOR SXOKJ2.
nPHR UNDERSIGNED WOULD IN-
J. FORM the public that ho has purchased the interest
of A. MIJaLIRON in Grocery and Provision Store biro*
tofore keptby them on Virginia street, below Carolina Bt
where be will continue the business, and will keepcon*
•tantly on hand a large supply of.
FLOCK, HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDRS,
DRIED BEEF, FISH, SALT, MOLASSES, CQFFEE, TEA*
Sugar, spices, confectionaries,
end everything usually kept in Grocery and Provision
Stores, all of which he receives fresh from the eastern and 1
western cities, and will sell at the most reasonable prices.
Haring recently obtained license to sell Uqcor by whole*
sale, I will keep constantly on band a large assortment of
Hqoorp of the best qualities to be had,
1 respectfully solicit a share v of public custom. -
July 12, IMI-tf.J J. BERKO WITZ.
Howard ASSOCIATION, Phila
delphia. Por the Relief of the Sick and Die tressed,
emitted with Virulent and Chronic Diseases, and especially
fcr thoOnra of diseases of the Sexual Organs. Medical
advice glren gratis, by the Acting Surgeon. ‘ Valuable re
pwrts <m Spermatorria or Seminal WeskneM, and other
Diseasesthe Sexual Organs, and on the New Remedies
employed in the Dispensary, tent to ths afflicted in sealed
Isttor envelopes, free of charge. Two or three Stamps for
postage will be acceptable. ;
Address, DR. Jt. BKII.LIN HOUGHTON, Actings Sur-
AssocUUon, No. 2, South’iflnth Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. (Jnne is, 1602,-ly.
PURE WHITE LEAD AND ZINC
Kbit, also Chrome. Orach, Yellow, Paris Green, dry
and groand oil at [J-tt] KRSSI.gR'S,
ONWARD! ONWARD!! |Sahto.i.fmb.—- .Aomwimi
EXCELSIOR OCR MOTTO /I STOVES,
On the comer of Branch and Annie , Streets,
NEW STOCK OF GOODS!
Having disposed of he
entire stock of old goods in the above stand at unc
tion, we desire to say to the public that w*> have just
opened .oot an
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK
to which we invite the attention of the public. We are
determined to sell at the
5 . VERY. LOWEST PRICES.
Oar stock embraces a large and complete ns ortment of
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,
consisting, in part, of plain and fancy Silks, -all-wool !>*•
laines, Alpacas. Challie Delaines, plain ami figured Berege,
Lawns, Ginghams, Ducals, De Barg**. Travelling Drees
Goods, and all the ,
LATEST STYLE PRINTS.
M en 5 s We a i*.
We have received a large and well selected stork of GKN
TLEMEN’S DRJCSS* GOODS, such a- Cloths, plain and
fancy Casaimeres, Cashmere ts, Tweeds. Jeans. Corduroys.
Beaver Teens. Velvet Cords, and other fashionable g«uwl»
for men and boys.
Irish Linen, Cambrics, Victoria Lawns. pUiiiHnd dotted
Swiss, Bobincts, Edgings .Ac.
We have n large a ourtment of Lh. ie*’ NV- «•••*+
lars ancLSets, Dress Trimmings. Ri) bon*, Glove*. Gaunt
lets, Mitts, Hosiery, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs. Neck
Ties, Veils, Ac. Also, Ticking. Ch*-ck>. bleached and un
bleached Muslins, Cotton and Linen Diaper, Crash. Ac.
Also, a fine assortment of
J. A. SPRANKLE,
. North Ward.
We have leceived a large lot of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LA him? UAITKH&
HATS & CAPS. SHAKKR BONNETS, &c„
which we are determined to'seil .*h»*a|AT than ever.
CEDAR AND WILLOW-WARE,
Carbon Oil. Kisli Oil.
Drills and Medicines,
and, in fact, everything nsuaVh kept in a tii-Kt-ela,* Stan-
tO- An we make our purchases almost puticlv i >t oasl;
and os we will Aell for
AND KKKP NO BOOKS, it wiM enable u* t*. »
very moderate prices; and by iau .tculin- '.. u .■
tention to business we hope to » run- ; r ! Ilian- ..i
Altoona, April In, 1862-tf
A ROUSH, Druggist."
• takes this opportunity of returning hi* thunk*
to the citizens of this place and vicinity, for the liberal
patronage they have bestowed on him. and desires t < in
form the public in general, that Ik* still continues
At his Old Place of Busine s.
where he is at all times prepared to attend to their wants
in his line of business, consisting of
DRUGS, MEDICINES. OILS,
CARBON OIL AND LAMPS.
CHOICE SMOKING TOBACCO.
FOR -MEDICINAL USE. ALWAYS ON HAND.
AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY OR NIGHT
Altoona, Pa.. April 17,1865.
GROCERY AND PROVISION
Annie Street, East Altoona, a few doors above
The subscriber has just re
ceiTod a largo and fr- sli ntcck ofOROCERIES. PRO
VISION’S, 4c., which he will .ell at price* equally a* l.iw
as his competitors. His stock inuHi.ts of
RA 151 N.% LEMONS.
ORANGES, FIGS. ■
. SOAPS. KNIVES,
CONFECTIONERIES DRIER FRUIT.
AND DRUGS OF ALL KINDS.
I invite the public to call and examine my stock, a* I
am determined to please in quality and price.
MuyS, 1883-tf WM.II. PKRCIVAL.
s2s] ‘ EMPLOYMENT! [s7s
W© will pay from $25 to $75 per month, and all expen
se*, to active Agenta. or give a cotmiu*»iou. Particular*
sent free. Address Erie Sewing Machine Company. R.
JAMESi General Agent, Milan. Ohio.
Sept. 12-ly.] . j
DRIED Api'LES.—The subsciibers
We a fine lo of bright yellow DRIED APPLES,
bonghtat mncli laaa than market raiea, and which they
desire to close out, at coat anil carriage, without delay.
Persons desiring to purchase, either at wholesale or re-ail,
will find ft to their advantage to give ua a call
Altoona, Juno ill!. 1862.] MURPHV 4 McPIKE.
• . ATTOiIXEV-AT-I.A W.
' Altoona, Penn’a,
Will practice in the u-yrrul Courts of Blair. Cambria and
Huntingdon counties. Being associated with CHARLES
R. PLEASANT. Esq, Military and Claim Agent, of Wash-
IngtootCity, he will devote special attention to the prose.
cntlon and collection of claims against the United States,
Including Pensions. Bounty Lands, Arrears of Pay for
Services in the Army and Navy, and generally all busi
ness before any of the Departments.
Offlco on Virginia Street. 2 doors aliove Julia Street.
BUILDING LOTS FOi: SALE.—
TheiubfH'ril **iii ortfpjit Private Sain KIOUTBUILD
-INO LOTS. Nitujite mi the top of the tilll. above the
▼oir of the AUoomt Uue & Water Company, being now held
ae property hy the s'n-sbyterifth Church. The lots are
fifty feet front by 175 feet U«,*ep. and will be sold on rea*ou>
able terms. Per«oiiH wishing to .purchase or view these
lot* will receive nil information concerning them by «ik
plylng to Miciiiuil Clabangh. .11. If. McCormick. Alexander
McCmratck.or Clnw. J. Mann. Trustee* of Hreehyterlnn
Church - [Altoona. April 3. 1862.
Hardw are of all descrip
tlona Jiiflr reeeiretl and for tale by ■;
3, B. UILEMAn
GELS & CO
A Jew Doors ahore the Post-Office.
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE.
The undersigned would re-
noonoe to the cilixei
Altoona and vicinity
they htTeJut reeei\
Urge supply of BTO\
of cU Patterns, each
Cook, Parlor, Office
Shop Store*, whlcl
will Kell at the moat
ko noble price*. A 1
•apply will alway*
kept on hand.
TTN AND SHEET-IRON WARE* in great variety,
always on band.
ROOFING & SPOUTING
poup on short notice.
They have also attached a copper-smithing room to their
establishment and will keep on hand an assortment of cop
per and brass kettles, 4c.
All kinds of job work promptly attended to.
The Hubscribors have added Hardware to their line of
business, and are now prepared to supply anything in the
Hardware and Cutlery line, such as Handsaws. Axes,
Angers, Adzes, Chisels, Squares. Rules, Hammers, Planes,
Hinges, Locks, Latches, Files, Knives and Forks, Spoons,
Ac., Ac., all of which they offer on the most reasonable
4®-Persoii« wishing anything in the Hardware line are
requested to call and examine their etoca.
A share of public patronage is respectfully Solicited.
Store on Annie street, between Harriet and Ada
liue streets. East Ward, and on Virginia street, opposite
Kessler's Drug Store, West Ward.
Altoona, Feb. 3d, 1862.
POKED OUT AGAIN !
r phe undersigned would respectfully so-
J. licit the patronage of the citizens of Altoona aud
vicinity, as he bus again opened out
AT HIS OLD STAND,
on Virginia st., a Jew doors below the Supfs Office,
With an entirely new and fresL supply of
PROVISIONS AND GROCERIES,
FLOUR. BACON, FISH,
CHEESE. CORN-MEAL, MILL-FEED
OATS, RYE, CORN.
TKA< of all kinds. COFFEE, SUGAR. SYRUPS, RAKING
MCLASSES, TOBACCO. SEGARS, DRIED FRUIT
SOAP. CANDLES. BROOMS. BRUSHES.
Cn •■buy, Wooden ami Willow Ware, Stationery, Notion-.*
Candies, Ac. Alsu a large stock of
All the übi.y.* goods will ne sold, Wholesale or Retail, at
the lowest rices. Come one—come all! See for your-
M ‘ Jt " tj ‘‘ convinced. No charge for examining my
* ‘ , LOUIS PLACE.
April 17. 62-tf.
’V EW FißM.—The subscribers take
1 this method of announcing to the people
ol Altoona, and the Public generally that they
have ojV?ned a *
BOOT & SHOE STORE, Hi
in the room recently occupied by John 11. Roh
crt>. The business heretofore carried on by Mr Roberts
will, in the future, be in the name of Roberts i Ruth
They will keep constantly on hand a complete assort-
Boots & Slioes,
HALTERS, SLIPPERS, &c, &c., &c.
uliich they will offer at fair price* and warrant to be of
the bent material aup manufacture. Particular attention
will be given to
in Whieh we warrant to give enrire satisfaction, as we
liny tin- h»«t stock and employ none but the best workmen.
It-member the old stand, on Virginia Street, one door
East uf Kessler’s Drug Store.
Oct. 10 1562-tf.
ONWARD! EVER ONWARD!
STEP BY STEP!
'rill-; UNDERSIGNED DESIRES TO
1 inform hi* old customers and the public generally
that he ha* this spring gone into the Dry Good business,
and has just received a large and entirely new stock of
For the Ladies, embracing all the latest, prettlestand most
All., among which may bo found every quality of goods,
the names of which it would bo too tedious to enumerate.
In the line of pure, fresh and cheap
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
I will not knock under” to any of my. competitors. In
this department I feel sure that I can render satisfaction.
All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for
goods, and the highest market price allowed.
Store on the corner of Annie and Helen streets. East
Altoona. THOMAS' HESLOP.
Altoona, May 22,1802.
$3O. EMPLOYMENT! $lOO.
Commercial Agents Wanted.
TO SELL GOODS FOR THE
A DA M S
(A New Enqlanp)
Wt* wilt give a commission of one hundred per cent, on all
good* sold by our Agent*, or we will pay wage* at from
$3O to slou per mouth and pay all necessary expenses
For particulars addres (with stamp)
CUAS. RUGGLES, Gen’l Agent.
For the Adams Manufacturing Co. Deteoit. Mich
May 8. 1802-ly *
I'UOW IS THE TIME FOR EVERY
1 family to get in their supply of coal for the Winter,
and the subscribhr would therefore inform the citizen* of
Altoona and vicinity, that ho is prepared to supply them,
on short notice, with a superior artlcle.of ANTHRACITE
and ALLEGHENY BITUMINOUS. COAL. He will sell it
by the Train. Car, or Cart Load, or by the bnsheL deliv
ered at the door of the purchaser.
ABF Yard on the North side of the Railroad—upper end
of Altoona Yard. ' - HR mvcpq
Jn1y26.1861.-tf. . «K. MYERS.
l ARM ' TAKE NOTICE.—The
? undersigned is about starting a Tannery, and wiah
e« to buy or trade for,
of good ROCK OAK BARK, and also for HIDES, for
which the highest-market price will be paid.
Altoona, April IT. Y. 2 ff. ' LOUIS PLACE.
WM, S. BITTNER,
/\FFJCK IN MASONIC
>fli* TKMI LE, nt-xt dot.r to thf post
J. G. ADLUM,
ALTOONA. BLAIR CO, PA.
Can at all tinn-a he found at the sti.rr of J, B. Hileman
Tt b A.IR c OTTNTY 7- I NSGRANGE
X # ACIhNCT. fh«; umb>raixD<>U. Acmit of ttw. nut.
Cenn.y Mutn -: Eire lnsnmt.ee Company/ is
times ready »■ h.sm, against loss ur damage by Are. Ihrild
'T;. , ' Vrw ' 7 «« «"<* Proprrly, ofeverydes-
V ",’ r at as reasonable ratesaa any
Company in the state Office Wltli Bell. Johnston. Jack 1
Jan, 27.! 7 CARD WELL, Jgcnt,
FRIES S WINTERS.
JOHN 11. ROBERTS.
WM. 11. RUTHERFORD,
Life Insurance and Trust Co.
/COMPANY’S BUILDING Soatheut
Corner of Wfalnnt ud Fourth Street*, PhQad’a.
Authorized Capital,.... .... $500,000
Paid up Capital, 250,000
Incorporated 1850, by the Legislature of Fennsyl-
Insure. Lire* during the Natural Ufa or for abort ten**,
grants annuities and endowments, lAd makes contracts of
all kinds depending on the 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, 1661, being 48 per cent bf all pre
miums received on mutual policies—at Joint Stock rates,
$0 per cent leas than the above, or Total Abstinence rates
40 per cent. less than Mutual price. Also, a
NON FORFEITURE PLAN,
By which * person pays for i, 7, or 10 yetis only, when
the (tolicy ie paid up for Lite, and nothing more to pay-;
and should he be unable, or wlab to dtaoontinne aooner,
the Company will issue a Pam Or Poucr, in proportion to
the amount of premium paid, aa follows:
On a Policy of $l,OOO, 5 Year 7 Year 10 Year
after payment ot ‘ rate*. rates. rates.
1 Annual Premium, for $3OO 00 $142 SS $lOO CQ
2 *• - ■ 400 00 28i 70 200 00
4 -• “ “ ' 800 00 *7l 40 400 00
6 •< ; “ »7 10 600 00
8 800 00
ALEXANDER WBILLDIN, President.
SAMVEL WORK, Vice President.
John 8. Wiuoa, Secretary.
soann or nnsnas.
Alexander Whllldin, • J. Edgar Thomson,
lion. Jaa. Pollock, Bon. Joseph Allison,
Albert C. Roberta, Jonas Bowman,
Samuel T. Bodies, B. 11. Kldridge,
George Nugent; John Aikman,
William J. Howard, Charb s P. Ueaxlitt,
Any further information can be had by applying to the
undersigned, who is the authorized agent for Blair County,
July 31. 1862-Iy - R. A. 0. KERR.
JACOB SNYDER, TAILOR,
The Hero of One Hundred Fits per Month !
1 would respectfully sei
forth my claim to publi'
attention, as a Fashionab)
Tailor, os follows:
Because I keep an excel
Ji-ut assortment of Clothe.
Cussimeres. Testings anr
Trimmings, which, whet
Because ray work 1
made up in a manner the
takes down the count!
and gives all my customs]
a city appearance.
Because I am not ioferi<
us a Cutter to the best 1
be found anywhere.
Because long experlcnc
in my business gives rot
entire control over it.ant
I am not dependant opr
any one tolifl roe ont
Because I am still on the sunny side of forty, and there
fore my taste as a Cutter and workman unimpaired.
Call on me, iu the corner room of the *• Brant House.'*
Give me a trial and yon will go away pleased.
Altoona. May 26-&m JACOB SNYDER.
PATENT KEROSENE ORCARBON
OIL LAMPS! ' . f
XJm.oaltd in Beauty, Simplicity Safety or Economy.
Ev<.»y person desiring to obtain the very best and cheap
eat table light within their reach, should call at tha
store of the undersigned and examine these Lamps before
purchasing elsewhere, and we pledge ourselves to demon
Ist. That NO ACCIDENT can occur by explosion.
2d. That they- emit no offensive odor while burning.
3d. That they are very easily trimmed.
4th. That they are easily regulated to give more or lass
6th. That they burn entirely free from smoke.
Cth. That the light is at least 60 per cent, cheaper thfm
any other light now in common use.
These lamps are admirably adapted for the use of Stu*
Seamstresses, Factories, Halls, Churches,
Stoi os. Hotels, and are highly recommended for family use.
The burner of the Carbon Oil Lump can be attached to
old side, hanging and table fluid and oil lamps r nt a small
expense, and will answer every pnrpose of a new lanp.
We guarantee perfect satisfaction in all cases.
Aug. 19, 185S-tf.] G. W. KESSLER.
Stoves, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.
O RIvJG WOULD RESPECT-
k 3 • fully nform the citizens of Altoona
and vicinity that he keeps constantly on hand
large assortment oi (Xtoking, Parlor , Office andfHHß
Shop Slates, of all styles and sizes, to suit the
wants of all, which ho will sell at low prices, en reason
He also keeps on hand a large stock of Tin and Sheet-
Iron Ware, consisting of all articles for culinary pnrpoeee
Coal Scuttles, State Pipe . dc.
He has also purchased the right of sale in Blair county,
of K. V. JONES’
IMPROVED SAUSAGE STUFFJ&R,
an invention which needs only to be seen to bejapprecla
an d should be possessed by every farmer, batcher or those
requiring such a machine. .V
Particular attention paid to patting up SPOUTING,
either in town or country. Spouting painted and put up
on the most reasonable terms. fapril 14,1869-ly
T\/f ORE GOOD NEWS !
The undersigned has j Oft received from the East
a large and varied aawtmjent of *
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Cloths, Cassimeres, and
FINE AND COARSE
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
such as Undershirts, Drawers, Sus
penders, Neck-ties, Handkerchiefs - -
to., 4c., all of which will be sold at the lowest prices.
All work ordered will be made up in the very best style,
according to the latest fashions, on short notice.
Nov. 1.1809-tf THOMAS ELWAY.
Exchange hotel.—the sub
scribes would respectfully in
form the public that he has recently re- 4 >9|J —
fitted the above Hotel, and is now pre
pared to accommodate his friends
patrons in a comfortable manner, and he
will spare no pains in malting It an agreeable home for all
sojourners. His Table will always be luxuriously supplied
from the markets of the country and cities, and bis Bar
filled with liquors of choice brands. His charges are as
reasonable as those of any other Hotel in the place, and he
feels satisfied they can not bo Complained of by those who
favor him with their custom. Expecting to receive a share
of public patronage, and fully intending to deserve it, he
throws open hie house to the public and invites a trial
I have Just received a stock of No. 1 French Brandy,
for medicinal purposes.
: Also a large stock of excellent Wines, for medicinal pur
poses, together with a lot of the best old Eye Whiskey to
be found in the country.
; Altoona, May 27,1859,-ly] JOHN BOWMAN.
The subscriber has just
returned from the east where be baa purchaoed a
very large and fine stock of .
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BROGANS, GAITERS, &C.,
which be is premised to offer to Jhe citizens of Altoona and
vicinity at very low prices.' Having purchased direct from
the ronnn»cturera for cash, he ie prepared U> sell at prices
that will defy competition. Allthat he asks is that the
Oll * aDd examino his stock before purchasing
BOOTS add SHOES maije'to order on the most rea
sonuble terms. Also, repairing promptly attended to.
Bun t forget the place, two doors below Post Office.
Jan. 3,1561. M. THOMPSON, Agent.
/AKEAT WESTERN INSURANCE
VJ AND TRUST COMPANY.— Insurance on Real or
personal property Will bo effected on the most reasonable
terms by thc.r agenta in Altoona at his office in Anna St.
March 17,1859. JOHN SHOEMAKER, Agent
T EVFS PREPARATION FOR KX
terminating RATS, MICE, ROACHES, ANTS, and
Bed-bugs without danger in Its use under any clrcnmstan
ecs for sale at the Drug Store of 0.-W. KESSLER
O d Y ? S , ! . °. . YESI GENTLEMEN
skt. japs \ssssts
a. an Auctioneer whenever called upon. tjSL 2’M. T
MUSIC!— INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN
xiTd-uo and Melodeon, by Miss M
°“'"' T*e«. |IO-per quarter. No charge for
AW) BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
lf». 64 Meritt Bt., Itarritburg j» a
This establishment is chiefly devote .
the msauketun of Blank Baake for .. ulO
am County Offices, Railroad Companies, Jtillgta
and private individuals. In all cam the W L
van beat of etock and workmanship may he MKmEB'
retted upon. BUnk Books printed, paged , ■
any desired pattern. Sheriff’s, Attorney! and
Sockets of all aiaea, mads and ruled lo onier Tn'L *’’
and Teatjy Aaseeameota, Duplicates, Ac, for conniVT 61 * 1
sea, printed or plain, ruled and hound to order V"**
Dockets made'of the host linen paper. ' Co "-Y
Librarians, and others, desiring to hare their Book
bound and at moderate prices, eboold giteniacaUv
papers of the largest aiaea, Uarper’e Weekly qi ‘ * n
Pictorial, Ballons, Scientific American. London \°*
bound to order, and to any styte required. Harper', if ,
ly Magazine, Knickerbocker, Blackwood's and
Magamnea.iOodey’s LndVtM^,JUdy- t R, | ». i a t 0
son's Msgsalne, Piano Xuaic. ACi, bound in extra
the more plain and anbatantial half binding. Se'eAe."'
phleta, Law Magasinee, Pamphlet laws, bound in eJrf!'
brary style, at eery moderate prices. Person. h.« B .
number of trolamea to bind, will receire a liberal diteo 1 *
Binding can safely be sent to as from a distance n,
press, and all work -entrusted toourcarewim,,,!"’
dtly executed, eafciy packed and returned by KxnnoT*
Ait work warranted. Address I. L. IICTTEg^'
US-McCRCM a DKKN, at the THbime OOce Ir. „
agents lot Altoona, and vicinity. They will git. inhrao
tioh in relation to binding, and receive and return hoT
free from extra charges, for all who ent.nat their » o Vkt
my care. [March il.iscii, *
GROCERY AND BAKERY!
The undersigned an noun.
ce« to the citizens of Altoona and vicinity that hi
has Just received a large iqvoicee of
FRUITS, CONFECTIONARIES, NUTS, SPICES
and notions far children Ac. expressly for the Holidan
He wIU also keep always on hand a good stock of pui«
and fancy cakes, of his own manufacture.
LEMONS, PRUNES, RAISINS, 4C.
always on baud at all seasons of the year.
offee, Teas, Sugar, Molasses, Buik
EGGS, GOOD WtilTE WHEAT FLOOR.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUK, COHN MEAL, AC.
store and for tale in large or small quantities
Call, examine and price my slock and vou will find
it as good and cheap us any in town.
Dec.'20,N , 60-ly.j
AND OYSTER SALOON
The subscriber would l\.
FORM the citizen* of Altoona And vicinity that iiii
CONFECTIONERY, NUT and FRUIT STORE, is *!«»»
•applied with the very best articles to be.had, and ia gr »;
variety. Ue baa also an
attached to bit store, in which he willserve np OYSTERS
in every style during the season.
FRESH-BAKED BREAD 4 FlESdtmy, on hand.
He is at all times prepared to supply cakes, caadiei. *c
or pic-nics and other parties. He invites a share of public
fatrouage, believing that he can render foil satislactU to
Remember, hie atore and saloon it on Virginiataeet t.c
door*below Patton’a Hall. OTTO ROSSI
Altoona, Oct. 10,1861-tf
General News Agency,
OAK HALL, No. 7, MAIN STREET
SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS.
CIOARS & TOBACCO.
TOYS AND NOTIONS IN GREAT VARIETY
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
October 24. 2861.
W. M. LLOYD & CO.,
- ALTOONA, Pin
JOHNSTON, JACK & CO..
BOLLIDA YSBURG, Pi.
(Late “Bell, Jokntlon, Jack Jf C o.”j
Drafts on the principal
Cities, and Silver and Gold for sale. Collection*
tnade. Moneys received on deposlte, payable on demand,
without interest, or upon time, with Interest at fair rate*.
t Feb. 3d, 185». .
• DRUGGIST, respectfclly'k announces
to the citizens of Altdona and the public
•rally, that he still continues the Drug
on Virginia street, where he keeps constantly
onhand, for sale. Wholesale and BetafI,DRUQS,
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, OILS, TARNISH- A-4
£S and DYE-STUFFS.
By strict attention to business, and a desire to render ut*
Ufiiction to all as regards price and quality, be hope* to
merit and receive a share of public patronage.
Physicians and merchants supplied on reasonable tens*,
and all orders from a distance promptly attended to.
Physicians prescriptions carefhlly compounded. [l-t£
National police gazette-
This Great JonrnaT of Crime and Criminal* is lo
its Twelfth Year, and is widely circulated
the country. It contains all the Great Trial*, Criminal
Cases, and appropriate Editorials on the some, together with
information on Criminal Matters, not to be found in an?
Subscriptions $2 per annum; $1 for nix month*, w
be remitted by subscribers, (who should write their naan
and the town, county and State where they reside plainly)
. To 0. W. MATSELL k CO-,
_ Editor * Prop’r. of New York Polks Gsxette,
». Abe Fort City
riOfIELITK B A S n E .—Having pur-
V cha*ed the right to manufacture the CORELIIt
BiSJ for ARTIFICIAL TSKTH, I am now prepared«
put up dentures on this new and beautiful principle*
which is for superior to the old style, on silver plate. *
it will not corrode or discolor. It contain* no metals
substance, and of course there is no galvanic action,
whereby metal plates often become obnoxious. Perwo»
wishing a fine set of teeth will please call and exanuw
specimens. w. g. BITTXEE.
Jan.2,1862-tf] Office in Masonic Temple* Altoona.
OUR LADY FRIENDS WOULD DO
well to look in nppn the choke and chaste awert*
menfepf Summer GOODS now displayed opontw
Well-filled shelves of MORPHY * McPIKE.
Cor. of Tirglnia and Csrolins rta.
Altoona, Jane 26,1862.
PINE AND LARD OILS, CAM
phene. Burning Tlnid, Cuban 00, Ac- »l
J«n.3,’S6-tfJ KESSLER 8
ON HAND AT McCQRMICK’S Store
—A epteuiUU uwnrtniunt of Re.dj-M.de
Call and we. Not. 25. »
GROCERIES.—A LARGE AND
VT complete awortmant ofGrocerle. hare I“>* B f. D.
colrid at the lion of 3. B. UItEMAV
Hair,, hat, tooth, shaving.
PaTnt, Saab and.Tarniah Bra.be. »l^_
A LL KINDS OF PRINTING
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MoCBUM * BERN,
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YSftM* AV 46TIMWW.
I iu*ertton 2 dc
fo*t li»«* or j l s“'^ r 40 * fi
Oi» k. i, J 100 146
t*® „ .. ) t4O % >
T n »« k *‘ nd 'T lhr "'
ai* no** or ISo ** t
Out 4 go « i*
*•“ ‘‘ 400 *W
T-»t« e go 10 0<
tout .. lo 00 14. (H
H»lf * c»l«»“ 14 00 15
* fotftteoi aoroctor or In
b?ctar S «l according to tho nbotor.
Knot innrkod with the nnml*
' .SJrSu wIH bo continued MU forbid end
'• ISS£ u r ,O V,S2.
SwtllwT ten l.no- H»»'
Baltimore lock hosr
*d A HHIUWIt FKOMQU
Only Place Where a Car
1 be Obtained.
IVR. JOHNSON has discove
fooil Certain, Speedy and only Effectual
world lor all Private Uisriuo*. " caknwa Q
Strictures, Affection* of the
Discharges, Impotency, tlencn
u/p. liisnes*. Dyspepsy, Languor. Low Spirit.,
of Ideal, Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity. T
of -Sight or OiddineM. Disease of
“no!, or Skin, Affection* of the Liter. Lt
Ich disorders arisn
Solitary H thiMof Youth —those ucut and sol
r.els more fatal to theit victim* than the song.
h, “arin«* of Dlysse*, blighting their muj
hopes or anticipation., rendering marriage Ac
K.nacikll,. Who hare bec.mw Hie tlctinw of »ol
thTdrmdfal »n.l ,to.tuctl-r. h»hitwhlcb.onu.
to .a untimely gi«»e »hotw»nd« of Yoon* Men <
«h“lw“ uWilU*nJ brilliant intellect, who m.
«Ue hare entranced ItateniuK Seualee with t ■
oflloquence, or waked to ectaey the Imug l>r
»,tk full confidence. MA QE
Harried Pereona, or Young Men coteroplaMn;
being aware of phyelcal weakoe.., organic del.
mitr. *e- epeedllj cured.
Ua who place* himaell under the care of Dr.
Ugioualy confide in hie honor a* a gentleman,
deutiy rely a.
Immediately Cured, aud full Tigor Ueatormi.
TuU Distressing Affection—which renders Ui
und marriage impossible —I® the penalty p*
victims of improper indulgences, \oung per*
apt to commit exces e® from not being awnie *f
fal consequouces that may en*ue. Nnw. wh« t
sUuU the subject will pretend to deny that tl
procreation Udost sootier by tho*e falling Inp
habits than by the prudent! Besides being th
pleasures of healthy offspring, the most seno
•tractive symptoms to both Ixxly and mind
system becomes Deranged, the Physical and M*
thms Weakened. Lob* of Procreative Power, N*
lability. Dyspepsia, Palpitation of lb* Heart, I
Constitutional Debility, a Wasting of the rra»
Consumption. Decay and Death. I
OFFICE. NO. 1 SOUTH FREDERICK S
Left hand side going from Baltimore street. a|
from the corner. Pail not to’observe name and
Lelten mast be paid and contain a stamp,
tor's Diplomas hang In his office
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO
Xo Mercury or Suwmt Drugs .
Member of ths Royal College of Surgeons, Loi
nale from one of the most eminent College* in
Stales, and the greater part of whose life has i
the hospitals-of London, Parts, Philadelphia
where, has effected some of the moat astonl
that were over known; many troubled with n;
head and oars when asleep, great artvou*
alarmed at sudden sou ids, bashful ne**, wit
blushing, attended sometimes with deraogetnc
, TAKE PARTICULAR NOJICI
Dr. J; addresses all those who have injured
by.impvnper Indulgence and solitary habits,
bath body and mind, unfitting them for eitin
study, society or marriage.
Tbksc are some of the sad and melancholy
duced by early habits of youth, vis: Weak
Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dio tew
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the j
p-psy, Uervous Irritability. Derangement, of
live Functions, General Debility, Symptoms oi
tlou. Ac. , *
Murrain.— I The fearful effects of the mind w
be'dreaded—Lws of Memory, Confusion of
pressfoii of spirits, KviMforebodlngs, Aversion
SeU-DUtrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ac., s
the evils produced.
Thocunds of persons of nil ages can now jud
the cause of tHeir declining health, losing thei<
coming weak, pale, nervous and em’dated, ha
gular appearance about thaayee* cough and sy
Who have lujured IbeiiwlTe* by a certain ]
dntgsd in when alone, a h*Mt frequently w
evil com]ADiODs, or at aclmol, the effecta of
nlghdy felt, eren when asleep. and if not cur
Bandage Impoaible, and destroys both mint
should apply Immediately.
What a pity that a young man. the hope of I
the darling of his parent*, should be snatch'
prospects and enjoyments of lift, by the com
deeUtlug from the path' of nature, and iudj
certain secret habit. Such persona acst, be
reflect that a con nil mind and body are the moi
requisites to promote conuabKl happiness. Ii
oat these, the journey through life become* *
grlmage; the proepoct hourly darken* to th
mind becomes shadowed with despair and flit
melancholy reflection that the happiness ot
comes blighted with our own.
When the misguided and imprudent rotary
finds that he baa imbibed the seeds, «f this
-ease, it too often happens that an ill-tiroed son
or dread of discovery, deters him from _ apply
who, from education and respectability, ca
friend him. delaying till the eonstitutioiial «
this horrM disease make their appearance-»«
tsd sore throat, diseased nose, nocturnal pain i
and limbs, dimness of sight, deafhess, nodes
hones and arras, blotches on the head, laco a
ties, progressing with frightful rapidity, till
palate of the month- or the bones of the nose
victim of tHls awful disease becomes a hoi
commiseration, till death puts a period to
sufferings* by sending him t*» •* that Dodlscov*
from whence no traveller^etnrus.*’
'lt is a mebiactoly /«* t|jHt thousand* fol
this terrible disease, owing to .the nnskillfuii
pretenders, who, by the use of that DH
fifa’cary. ruin the constitution and make thi
Trust not your lives,'W health to the care <
Unlearned and Worthless Pretenders, destltc
name or character, wh * copy Dr John;
tUsmenU.:or style thera«lve-», in the newsp
wly Bduoated Physicians. Incapable of Cun*
you trifling mouth after month, taking the
Poisonousluoynpounda, or as lons as the situ
»• obtained, sod Ini despair, leave you with n
t* *igh over your nailing disappointment.
Dr; J laNto only Physician aJtertii
Hit credential oralplmnas always hang in
HU remedies or treatment am unknown
Prepared frsm a 116* epeiit lathe great hosplt
the first in the countryjat*d a momextensWe
Hce than any other Physician in the world.
_ INDORSEMENT OF THE PR
thousands cured at this lnsti*utl
numorou* Important surgfe
psrfonaed bv Johnston. wi'tot|n««<l by the re
* owt,** * Clipper.” and many oth.»r wp<
which have appeared again and again hefli
besides his standing: as a gentlemen of cha
ls a sufficient guarantee to the *
M SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY Cl
PI o letters received unices postpaid .and
*tatapto|heased(m thereply ptreouawnth
•fjaod send portion »f ailvertUement itsegflh
> writing should he particular is <
Uttan to this Institution. la thefoUowin*