The Altoona tribune. (Altoona, Pa.) 1856-19??, May 12, 1863, Image 3

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PRINTING OFFICE. ;
uav.iig, within the past two yeans, made, coniiderabb
tl'iii.m to our establishment in the way of new fane;
i vcrrvr Praia. Paper Co'ter, Card Cutter. Ituliug Ma
“cbed. Power Press, and large Newspaper Puwei
V 'in' (a cut of which we gieaabove) we are now prepare.
. petite anything in the line of printing or ruling n
' ivl. eouaf to any establiehmeist in the tate, ami a
~Vvj e‘|ually low. Wo cac execute, on short notice, al.
,(vita of-'
yjdding, Invitation, Visiting, Bull * Business Cards
Circulars, Programmes,
mammoth posters, sale bills.
pamphlets. Fay and Check Bolls,
BIuANK BOOKS,
MANIFESTS, AND BLANKS OF ALL KINDS.
,ii vx aak io « trial, feeling confident that we cun giv
-imfacti'i.n if we have the opportunity.
V.ffire i 1 Lowther’e building, corner of'Virgin* and An
‘i at'rcr(a. oppoeito Superintendent'll OfiLei
Five-Twenty U. S. Loan.
I iV‘ vr * GO., Altoona
I f f nrr Kubicrlptlim agents to dispose of thi> Five-
L •„,.IV years U. S. I4ui. AtnoacU An be hud to Buh
I ■« loicn of different QuilrlfeuM*—the Interest being pay
I me atm <" be accounted for half-yearly in Gold.
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LOCAL ITEMS-
Poor Fku.ow.— *Al this writing, just beneath
>ur window stands—or rather poor ine
.rlste, bereft of reason and equilibrium. Afte’
,V,ving rolled about on the soft earth until hi'
■lotbesure so soiled that their original color can
•csrcelv be discovered, be has at last succeeded,
dded by the comer of a shanty, in obtaining tin
v.sition of a manbut his rolling head and
-.rumbling knees indicate a downward tendency.
,nd the spark of reason still remaining admonishes
lim to hold on to his present support. Oh! whs'
. uicture ! Has he a mother, or a sister ? for in
,g,., he is only in the prime of life. What would
.v; their feelings, could they behold him as we do
A more disgusting sight we do not
iOW?
•«ti to look. upon. Poor humanity levelled with
jie sow that wallows in- the mire. A man on a
;«el with the filthiest of brutes—reason dethroned
-shame fled—speech broken—feeling benumbed
Strength departed—friend forsaken —a total wreck.
Oh ; man, have you a wife ? How can yon meet
,cr in your present condition? Will she greet
.■oa with a smile and a kiss ? Ah, no! \on arc
10 longer the source of her comfort and joy, but
ac author of more misery than yon can imagine.
ii.,i words fail to portray the wretchedness of the
,ictuie before us ami the misery it entails, and we
a,rn to ask, whence comes it, and who is respon
,.Mcf From the sale of spirituous liquors—‘•the
•nebriatc being responsible, while reason re
..aiued, and ibe liquor seller responsible after rea
son was dethroneo.
Cocbt Proceedings.—The following sm
rices all the cases of interest that wire tried in
:ric (Quarter Session :
Commonwealth vs. Arthur Wightmau.—ln 1
detment, knowingly marrynig the wife of another.
True bill. Verdict not guilty, and Francis Kis
■iuger, the prosecutor, to (ay the costs.
flame v*. Susan P. Kissinger.—lndictment,
••uultery. True bill. Not guilty, ami Francis
iiasinger, the prosecutor, to pay the costs.
Same vs. Same. —Indictment, bigamy. Verdict,
:ut guilty, and Francis Kissinger, the prosecutor,
• i pav the costs.
% Sainc vs. Joslian Price. —Indictment, fraudu
eutly concealing personal property.- True bill.
Xjll.‘ pros, upon payment of costs by deft.
name vs. Henry Weaver.—ludictraent adultery.
True bill. Noil.'pros. entered by leave of Court.
Ssmc vs. Susan Burget.—lndictment, fomica
uon. True bill. Deft, plead guilty. Sentenced to
aiv a fine of §5 and costs.
Same «, J. Cunninghain.—lndictment, asasult
-irui hdttery. True bill. Pleads gulliy.
Same vs. A. Vowinkle.—Tndktment. aiaaulr
*ral battery. True bill. Continued.
Same vb. Samuel Wetls.—lndictment, fornica
:on and bastardy. Noll. pros, entered by leave
•if Court op payment of costs
Same v». J. G. Fleck.—lndictment, adultrey.
Not a true bill.
Same ye, Samuel Myers.—lndictment, larceny.
.'lsads guilty atuLanbmits.
Same, ts.'D. D. Domer. Indictment, fornica
tion and bastardy. True bill.
In the case of the Commonwealth, vs
Nicholas Ehringer, charged with homicide, on
tth of one Martin Harmon, for trial at the Af st
veek of Coitrt, the case was continued at the in
stance of the Commonwealth, the District At
torney stating that it was impossible for him
» tty, owing to the absence of Harmon, who
"oas nercr Ijeen here since he jn.nde the oath on
which Dft. was committed. After the case was
continued Hon. t. W. Hall, counsel for Ehrlngor,
ntovfd that he be admitted to bail, which after
rgnment the Court decided to lake, and the Dft.
*as held in sofficient sureties in ihe sum of
■BlO,OOO to answer the charge at tlw next term of
iyer and Terminer, in July. Should Harmoir.
iot appear against him at that time, or should
t urn oat that Ute Charge he made is false, we
•know, of no piqpbment too severe to be meted ont
■o him. '
The second week of Court adjourned on
Friday last, alter disposing of s number of
civil cases. The most important one was that
•>f John Miller, of Hollidaysburg, against the
renn’a Bail Hoad Co. The Plaintiff claimed
ibout s6,ooo—the alleged value of 32 rail road.
:in or .trucks, which-he held the Company was
hound to take from him at their value, under the
■erras of the Act lor the sale of the Main Line j
under which the Co. purchased the public works.
The jury, under the direction ol the Court, found a
'enlict for the Dft. the case turning on the con
struction the Courtgave the statutes'on which the
Plaintiff based his right to recover.
ItiiLei).—We hove no account of the part
“tea by the 126th Begt, in the late battle at
fredericksburg, and do not know whether they:
were in the engagement, as a regiment, or not, :
hrt we notice that two members of company B, of
Huntingdon, were'wounded, and David Oswalt, of
company D, of this place, was killed. This in
lonnhiioh we derive from ih: Phita. Inquirer, but
s letter received in this plane on Spnday morning
“st, from a member company D, dated tti
Acquia creek on thte Bth inst., says that Oswalt;
jsd his leg severely shattered bv a shell, and that
M was still living, although his life was de-:
spsired of.
Shbbuf's Salks. —The following properties
were sold by Sheriff McCnmaht on Monday the
26. h inst: . i
The interest of John McCullough in a lot of
ground in Hollidaysburg, haring ‘a two storv
nnilding thereon Greeted. Purchased hr U. R.
Christian for $B7O.
The interest of Rose Daugherty, dec’d., in a
lot of ground in Hollidaysburg, having thereon a
hree story brick hotel, a stable and other out
buildings. Purchased by W. I’. Dvsart for
$2,500.
I'he interest of George Raymond in a lot of
ground, in Hollidaysburg, having a two story
brick house thereon. Purehased by James Gwiit
ibr $340.
The interest of Hannah Darts in a tract of 50
acres of land, in Logon 'township, haring a log
bouse and stable thereon. Purchased by Peter
Grazier for $165. >
The interest of William Montgomery in a lo‘
of ground, in Altoonh,, haring a two story plunk
dwelling bouse, wagon-maket shop and stable
.hereon. Purchased by John S. Calvert for $5lO.
Rktdkx of the 125th ReOuiknt. —We hare
information that the 126th Regiment, whose term
of service expired ,to-day, left Baltimore for Har
risburg at 6 o’clock this morning. At Harrisburg
he regiment is to be 'paid ofi afad mustered out of
service. How soon this will he attended to, and
.be boys allowed to get home, we cannot tell, but
re hope there will be no such. needless delays and
apparent working rto the interest of Harrisburg
aotcl and restanraht keepers and ready-made do
, thing dealers, as there was when the three month
men were paid offJ
We are pleased; to note that it is the intention
of our citizens' to give the Companies from this
place a proper reception. A meeting of the Good
Will Engine and Hose Company is advertised for
this evening, to make arrangements therefor. Lei
our citizens join heartily together and make the
reception worthy the soldiers and the town.
■ The Concert.^—Our readers will remember that
the grand Vocal Concert, announced some time
since, comes off: In the Methodist C.iurch, on
Thursday evening next, May 14th. It will be a
;rcat fully worth the admission fee, which has been
placed at 25 cenfs. The proceeds of the con
cert are to be applied to the fitting up of the par
sonage connected with the .church. Remember
chat at} excellent choir from Pittsburgh, will
on the occasjgp, and that the enterainmeot
will be superior to any vet given in the town. —
fickets can be had at the store? of G. W. Kessler
and John Shoemaker, and from the Sunday School
scholars. •
Returned. —It is hardly necessary for us to say
more than that Be A. 0. Kerr has returned from
the East with bis summer stock of goods. The
simple announcement will make Main Street the
resort of fashion and bqauty’ for some time to
come. -Not wishing to crowd our young friend with
customers we will only ajd that his stock is equal
to any of his previous selections.
®*The lemons and sugar sent to this office by
Fritchey & Miller made most excellent lemonade.
F. & M. are selling beautiful lemons at only 20 cts.
per dozen ! But that.is- not' nil. They have eve
rything in the grocery and provision line, and are
determined tOvsell cheap. No lie. Go and sec.
“We confidently assert tJie excellence and pre
eminent superiority of the Wheeler & Wilson Ma
chine for family use, and, for sewing generally.” —
Lady's Visitor.
R. A. O. Kerr, of this place, is ageiu for the
sale of these machines in Blair and Huntingdon
counties. See advertisement.
Kbliqiocs.— Rev. Mr. 'Waugh, will preach in
the Presbyterian Church next Sabbath morning
pnd evening, at the usual hours.
ggk. Jacob Ambrose Bradley, late of Newry,
Blair County, Pa., will bear : something to his
advantage by calling on the .Bev. J. Tnigg of
Altoona, or the Rev. James Bradley of Newry.
Said J. Ambrose Bradley is supposed to be some
jwhere in Blair Co. f.May 5,1863-3 t.
A CARD TO THE SUFFERING
The Rev. Wm. while laboring as a Missionary
in Japan, was cored of CoDSuajptfofe. when all other means
had failed, by a frecipe obtained from a learned physician
Jin the great city of Jeddo. This irecipo lias cared great
inumbora who were suffering from .Consumption. Bronchi
itls, Boro Throat, Cupghs and Colds, and the debility and
jinerrous depression canted by these disorders.
Desirous of benefiting others, I; will send this recipe,
which I have brought home with -me, to all who need it,
; fros of charge. Address,
JUv. WM- COBOBOV K,
439 Fulton Avenue,
Doc. 23,1862-Iy,] , Brooklyn, N. T.
SINGER & CO.’S
Letter “A" Family Sewing Machine.
WITH ALL THE RECENT IMPROVEMENTS,*
It the BEST and CHEAPEST and, MOt-T BEAUTIFUL of
all Sawing Maddest. Tbit Machine *UI taw anything,
from the running of a tuck in Tarlatan to the making at
an Oveicoat—apythlhg from Pilot hr Beaver Cloth, down
to the loftont Ganna or Qotaamer Throe, and It ever ready
todoict work to perfection. It can; fell, ham. bind, gather
tuck, quilt, and hat capacity lor a'great variety of Orna
mental work. This it not the only machine that cap fell
haml bind, Ac. bnt it will 4o to better than any other Ma
chine. The letter “A” Family Sewing Maohina may be
had in a great variety of cabinet eWet. The Folding Cato
which it now becoming to popular. It, at ite name impHet,
■ one that can be folded into a boa, or caeo, which, when
open, makes a beautiful, inbttadcial, and spacious table
for the work to rest upon. Tfaecatea are of every ima
ginable design-—plain at the wood grew In ite native for
att, or at elaborately finhhed at art Can make them.
The Branch ONoet are well ’toppljed with SHk-Twiet,
Thread, Naedlet, Oil etc, of the best quality.'
Send tor a copy of “ SINGER A CO.’S GAZETTE "
I. M, SINGES * CO„
458 Broadway, N. Y,
PHILADELPHIA WFICEHHO CHESTNUT ST.
Mr. D. W. A. Belfort, MercbeatJTaJlor, Virgin!* Street,
I Agent Id Altoona.
:| AltoonU, Nor. 13,1862,
BAIL BOAS AVS MAIL SCHEDULE.
TRAINS ARRIVE A»<D DEPART.
i Baltimore Bxprabs West arrives 6.66 A. 31. leavea7J6 A.M-
Philadel'a " - M T.« “ “ W» ’•
I Faet IJiie “ .MOP.M, “ H.36P.U.
Mall than “ TDO “ “ 7 - 15 „“„
; Express Tram Bart “ 8.40 P. M„ leaves 9.00 P. M
i Feat Line “ *• 1.10 AM, *' 1.16 A. M
Mail Train ; “ “ 7-40 •• “ BM
; Through Accom. “ a 1016 u “ ICJ» “
| Traine on HolUdayshorg Branch ran to connect with
I Express Trains West. Mail Train Mast and West and Thro’
'! Accommodation Train Bast.
Trains oh Tyrone* Clearfield, Brtneh and Bald Eagle
Talley B. B. rnn to connect with Express Wain Weet and
Mail Train Bast and West.
1 JJAItB ABBJTMfI
Eastern —r~
JBastern ta,
; Western W«5r...... *s“*•!{•
jppestern Through, I ' J«Jp A. M.
' Hollldaysbnrg,....... 730 A. M. * 7,00 P. U.
i Maxes close.
Western Way,.... . ..U..... i~~
IWBSSft:; f'. W4* ffejt
• OfTXOi liooxsDuring the Week from BM A, M. until
AJtoona, A|f 1180,1863. ; .
BE WISE HT TIMRk
Do not trifle with your Health, Coflftltotioa ftnd Cha
racter. '?■
. If you are suffering with any diwwrfor which
HBLMBOLD’B EXTRACT BUCHC
It rvcomxngoded.
TRY IT! TRY IT! TRY IT:
it will care you. Save lon# Suffering, allaying pain and
lufiamation, and will restore y«u to
HEALTH AND PURITY,
At Little Expense,
And no Exposure.
Out out the advertisement in another column, and call
or send for it.
BEWARE OF COTNTERFEITBI
Ask for Helmbold’s, Take no other.
CURES GUARANTEED.
F RITCHEY & MILLER. NEW
store, corner of Caroline and Virginia Sts.
Fresh butter. & eggs every
Thursday, for sole by FKITCHKY t MILLER.
ORANGES AND LEMONS al
ways os hind by FRITOHET A MILLER.
COAL Oi LI— A NO. 1 COAL OIL
Jos* receive*; and for sale, at 48 cents per gall n. by
FRITCHEY A MILLER.
Brooms, brushes, tubs and
Baskets of all descriptions, qualities and prices for
sale by FKITCHKY A MILLER.
VATORRKLL’S PREPARED COFFEE
▼ * just received and for sale hr
PRITCHEY A MILLER.
JERSEY PLAIN HAMS i: SHOUL
BERS, just received and for sal>> by
FRITCHEY A MILLER.
Boston crackers—a large
supply of the.e tlclicinn* c.-ockrrs jet rscoired
»ud for sale by v FRITCHEY t MILLER.
U A'IRA hAMiLy I’UU UR, FROM
Lose, nlwuvs on hand and for sale jh low
a* thelowcst by ' FKITUHEY 4 Ml LUSK.
SUGAR', AND SYRUPS
J of all and at reasonable prices, for sale by
FHITCUEY k MILLER.
Mackerel— nos. i. 2, anus,
ia all tilled packages nev. »ua each package
wknented, just received and for sale low by .
FRITCHr.Y & MILLER.
QLIPERiOU Si UCK OF i-iQUOKS.
O FKITCUKY k MILLER are now able to offer to
the»r customers and the public at large, a stock of the
purest liquors ever brought into thib market, comprising
in part the following varieties
WHISKY—IRISH, SCOTCH. OLD BOURBON.
WINK—PORT, SHERRY, OLD MADEIRA.
OTXRP, DUPEY k CO. PALE BRANDT.
These liquors can all be warranted; and In addition to
these, FRITCii EY .& MILLER hare on hand a large
variety of Winea. Whisky and Brandy, to which they
invite the particular attention of the public.
Al oona. May 12, 1863.
SOMETHING NEW.
Ruck Spun Silk, Crape do parril.
Llama Wool, and nil other now styles of Shawls, at the
Model. ['lay 12-3t} J k J. LOWTHKH.
The cheapest
and largest assortment of Hoop
Skirts in town is at the Model store. We can prove it. —
Try us. [May 12-3t] J. 1 J. LOWTUER.
New goods,
at greatly reduced prices, at the
Model. Call and wee them. Ladles, we kn w they will
please you. [May 12-3t] J. k J. LOWTUER.
CARPETS
1 at old prices. Rag, Cottage Wool Filling
. all very cheap. iMay 12-3tj J. AJ. LOWTUER.
tIUN EMDUELLAS—
Gotten. Gingham, Satin
uud Silk, bought eJ auction wry cheap, and sold accor
dingly, at the Model. [May lil-Iltj J. AJ. LOWTUER.
ADMINiSTRATKIX’S NOTICE.—
Notice in hereby given that Inters of Ainmnstruti >u
oc tao estate of James Flowers, late of Altooun, dec’d, have
been granted t»» the undersigned, residing aa aforesaid.—
All person* kuowli g themselves indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment, and th««c
having cl ilt.s against the name will present them without
delay, Uuh nut! ••utica’ted fur settlement. s
MARY FLOWERS.
May 12, 1863-61' Administratrix.
VALUABLE PROPERTY
AT
PRIVATE SALE i 1
The property
known as theGrevosbnrg school Prop*
•rty, situate In North Ward, adjoining VBBIIIV
l.tsof Wm Dent, and W. A.B* fcaub. is, in
accordance with ar< solution qf the School vRBiVBHB
Board, offered at Private Sale. This is a desirable prop
erty. there bHng TWO FULL LOTS OF GROUND AND A
TWO tfTOBY FRAME HOUSE. With a little expense
the house can be made to accommodate two families.
F *r further Information inquire of Wm. Boyden. J • B
IlilcmiD. James Lowthor, A. Maxwell, U. C.Uern,or Joo.
A. Baer. School Dir«ctpr«.
• WM. BOYDEN.
May .12, 1563-4f.] Pres't Altoona School Board.
From th.e Front!
rpflE Sutmcribers would ret>pectfully
( announce to the citizen* of Alt on» and vicinity,
that they hare Just returned from the East with their
SPRING AND SOMMER STOCK OF
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS 0c SHOES.
Their stock of HATS & CAPS ***** ***** se
lected with great care, and with the view of suiting all
who may favor them with their patronage. Tbefr line of
Boots and Sboefri* complete.
Their LA DIBS' MISSES* and CHILDREN'S SHOES
are of City make* and warranted. Their Balmoral Shoes
for Ladles and ' itses, are Just the thing for wet
wt-alher and saying health
Tbankml to the public for their very liberal patronage
heretofore, they hope to merit a continuance of the same.
Store on MAIN STi next door to Bowman’s Exchange
Hotel. SMITT.4MANN.
Altoona, May 1-. 1863.
THE CiMON FOREVER!
GIOO3D “SKEW'S 1
iPJ.ODFIiI'EY WOLF would respectfully
w-W announce to the citizens of Altoona aud vicinity
that he has opened a -
% CLOTHING STORE,
Qn Corner of Main and Caroline Streets,
where he willjieep op hand a large stock of ready-made
eluting consisting of DHKSS COATS, PANTALOONS.
VEST* OVERALL* KNIT JACKETS, 4c., at PhUageh
pfaia prices.
HATS $ CAPS!
I have a large and varied stock of bats and caps which
it will be to the advantage of all to examine before pur
chasing elsewhere. Also, a fits stock of Gents* Purni h
in/’goois. such as shirts. Collars, neckdfes, handkerchiefs,
Stispeudrre, Glove*, Hosiery. Ac.
Determined to sell. 1 have marked nay, goods at the
very lowest figures, and feel confident that all will be
satisfied with the price aud quality of my stock.
Altoona, May 1* 1863.
[1 yr.
New 13 rug Store,
S BERLIN & CO., ANNOUNCE TO
• the citizens of Altoona and vie >mty that they have
opened a Drug and Variety Store In
, WORK’S NEW BUILDING,
Virginia Street, between Julia and Caroline Streets,
where may he had
okuOS, CHEMICALS. DYE-STCFFS
PA TEST MEDKIKES, PEE FUMBMIES,
P OSTS, OIL, GLASS, PUTtr,
end ail other articles usually aold to the Drag business.
OUR MEDIUINEfe
ere of the purest end eeet quality, and our Chemicals
• bear the murks of (he beet manufacturers.
Painters. Ulaelera. Builders' nut 1 others requiring to use
PAINTS, WILB, VAttMUUKS, TURPaNTINE, *
Window Glass, Putty, Paint Brushes, Sash Toots, Me., Me,
sail! And «nr assortment to be of the
BEST QUALITY AND AT TUB LOWKBT’ PRICKS.
The purest Wines and Liquors for Medicinal. Mechani
cal and Sacramental purposes always In More.
Aar All orders correctly and promptly answered, And
Pbysiciaet Preecriptloue accurately compounded.
Altoona. May IS, 18®.
SAP ON I PIER,]
OR
COMOEIiTftATED LYE,
THE FAMfLY S(%P MAKER.
The PUBLIC are .cautioned against the SPURIOUS
articles of LV»C for making soap, Ac., mow offered for sale.
The only GENUINE sod PATENTED LYE is that made
by the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTURING
COMPANY* their trade-maik for it being"BAPONIFIER
OR CONCENTRATED LYE,” The great SUCCESS of
this article has led unprincipled PARTIES to endeavor
tu IMITATE it* in violation of the Company’s PATENTS.
ATX MANUFACTURERS. BUYERS or SELLERS of
these SPURIOUS LYKP. are hereby, notified
that the COMPANY have employed
as their ATTORNEYS*
GEORGE HARDING, Esq., of Philadelphia,
and WILLIAM BAKEWELL, Esq., of Pittsb'g.,
AND THAT ALL MANUFACTURERS. USERS. OH
SKLLERS OF LYE. in violation sftbe rights
of die Company will be prosecuted
at once.
THE SAPONIFIEH. or CONCENTRATED LYE, is
for sale by all DRUGGISTS, GROCERS AND
x COUNTRY STORES.
Take ]S"otice !!
The United States Circuit Court. Western District of
Western District of PenesvlvaoU. No. 1 of Msy Term, in
1862. in Knit of the PENNSYLVANIA BALT MANUFAC
TURING COMPANY r# THOMAS fl. CHASE, decreed to
the Company, oq November 15.1862/tbe EXCLUSIVE
right granted by a patent owned by them for the SAPON
IFIES. Patent dated October 21,T£69. Perpetual in
junction awarded.
THE 1 'ENN SYLVAN IA
SALT MANUFACTURING CO.
OFFIC ER:
J 27 Walnut Street, Philadelphia,
Pitt St. and Uuquesne Way, Pittsburg.
May 12, *63, [3 m.. inside.
PLANTS
PLANTS OF ALL KINDS—EARLY
AND LATE—in hot beds and ant—warranted to he
of tho best variety—to be had of J. Rib'IIERFOBD, iu
QAliruviiU. during the transplanting season.
May Ist, 186*.—4t.
CA U Tl 6 N. —All persons are hereby
cautioned against purchasing, nr in any way nego
tiating for, a NOTE given by me to David M'Caatn t for
$6O. dated abo t eight years since. a« I have nevei received
value therefor, and am determined not to pav the same
unless compelled by law.' JOHN McCARTNEY.
Altoona, May 6th. IM3 —3t* <
Orphans’ Court Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of an order of
Tll 'l COURT OF BLAIR COUNTY,
tho undersigned. Administrator of the estate of Archibald
McCuhran late of Altoona, dec'll, wi 1 evp««»H to sale b>
Public Outcry. 00 the premised, on 'TUESDAY. JUNK 2d
1863. the following described proo rty. to it:—ONE L')T
OF GROUND, situate in North Ward. Altoona. being Lo>
No. 24 in the plan of Greensbu~g. (now Altoona.; froutinfl
66 nu Vl,,rinia St., extending back
InU feetalung Allegheny St. and thence
along Green St. 55 feet: frortoig »ti 3
Htreets slid to Lg r. Corner Loi. apd Its
ving tii.T'*on erected a TWO-BTOSY
PLANK- HOUSE, 22 by 18 feet '
TERMS. —One-half the putchase money on confirmation
of sale, and the residue one year thereafter with interest,
to be secured by the judgment baud of the purchaser.
Sale to commence at 2 o'clock P. M . of said d iv.
v J* J. BURKHOLDER.
Alto q:i. Mav 6th. 1868.
EXCELSIOR
Hat & Cap Store.
r n II K FKOFRTETOR OF THI
1 “EXCELSIOR” UA T and CAP 5t..,.
would inform hie customers, and the Public generally
that he hnsjuft returned from the city with fh.* largest
and most varied stuck of goods in his liu* ever brought t<
Altocha. al. of which be Inut now on exhibition and sale al
bis new store 100 m on Virginia street, next door to Jag
gard’s store. His stock embraces all the latest etyb-s of
SPRING AND SUMMER
EATS, J| CAPS,
MISSES’ FEATS, &C.
His Stock of Hate and Caps are of the very best selection,
of eve* v stylo, color and shape, fur both old and young.
All he asks is that the people call find examine his stock
and be feels confident that be can Send them away re
juicing, if apt in the purchase of such an article as they
wanted, at the remembrance of havitig looked upon tb*
handsomest stock of Hats, Capa, Flats; Ac., ever exhibited
in this town.
I have also on band an entirely new stock of
Ladies’ and Childrens’ Hats and Flats,
which I am confident cannot 1 • surpassed in the country
all of which I will sell at the most reasonable prices. Re
member the Hall of Fashion .when you want anything in
the line of head covering, and call on '
May4.’63-tf ' JKPBE SMITH.
0, YES! 0, YES!!
THIS WAY! THIS WAY!
New ;
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS.
JB. HILEMAN has just received a
•. large and well selected stock of Goods, consisting
of Cloths, Plain and Fancy Cassitnercw, Satinrtti, Ken
tucky Jeans. Tweeds, Beaverteens, Blue Drilling, and all
other kinds of Goods for
MEN AND BOYS’ WEA&
together with a grand and magnificent assortment of
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS.
Such as Black and Fbney Silks. Chalkes. Bertgts , Brilliants.
Latent, Delaines, CMn/ss , Dtßepts, Crapes , Prints,
Crape and SURa Shawl*. Mantillas, UndertUntts and
Hosiery. Bonnets and Ribbons, fbUart. Hand •
kerchiefs. Km doves. Hooped Shirts, Skirt
ing, Lace fßtts. de., dc,
ALSO.
Tickings Check.. Bleached and Unbleached Muslim,
Cutton aud Liuen Table Diaper. Craeh, Nankeen, Ac.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE, QUEBNSWARE,
x WOOD AND WILLOW WAKE,
OIL CLOTHS, CARPETS, AC.
GROCERIES.
Our stock of Groceries is more extensive thus ever, and
consists of Rio and Java Coffee, Crushed, Loaf and N 0.
Sugars, Green, ¥. 11. and Black Teas: Molasses,Soaps,
Candles. Salt, fish, 4c.
Thankful to the public for the very liberal patronage
heretofore received, be hopes by strict attention to basb.
ness, and an endeavor to please, to merit a continuance of
the tame.
4SF*Call and examine his Stock, and yon will b- con
vinced th t he has the best assortment and cheapest Goods
in the market.
S* Country Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for
Goody at mark-t prices.
Altoona. April 28.1863.
CONFEICTIdNEKY
AND ICE CBEAM SALOON.
MBS. C. BEITEB respectfully an
uoance* to the Ladiee and OuutUmeo of Aitouna
aud firinity 'thntabehaff opened a
CONKKOTIONKRY AND ICKCRKAM SALOON,
Jn Jesn Smith's old Stand, on Virginia street, opp site the
LUTHERAN CHURCH,
whin the wilt k**ep oU hand a choice lotoftuufeetiunei'iea
mate- Xroit, c kes, etc., watch the will soil at the mutt
reasonable price". •
Dorhig: the»e«a<>D the will alaofcetp W Cream,
which •.ewlll tike n a tare Jo eertioctocwa
ioitiert all bmirv ufthe d« j and «v**uliiK.
ww me a call, and I will give aatialhcUoQ. 1
April UatelBtfB.~fcQ.
CPECIAL , NOTICE.-—On and after
U JULY Ist. 1663, the prisilege of consorting the pre
sent IssU-of LEGAL TENDER NOTES i-Nld VUd/nA
.TIONAL SIX PER CK.N f. LOAN (commonly Anlled
*• Hro Twenties” will cease )
Ail who wish to in rest In the Fire-Twenty Loan,htiut t
therefor,, app.y before the Ist of JULY next.
I JAY 00CK8,
April Uth, 63.] Subscription Agent,
I3mj No. 11l S. Tamil SL, Philadelphia.
IMPROVED
BLOOD SEARCHER,
a SOU CUBS 808
Cancer,
Cancerous Formations,
Scrofula,
Cutaneous Diseases,
Erysipelas, Boils,
Pimples on the Face,
Sore Ryes,
Tetter Affection*,
Scald Head,
Dyspepsia,
Costiveness,
Old and Stubborn Ulcers ; a
Rheumatic Disorders,
Jaundice,
Salt Rheum,
Mercurial Diseases, ;
*. General Debility,
Liver Complaiht, .
Loss of Appetite,
Low Spirits,
Female Complaints, -
Epilepsy or Fits,
Paralysis or Palsy, i
Syphilitic Diseases and
1> Caries of the Bones.
Together with all other diseases. having their
origin in a depraved condition of the blood or cir
culatory system.
CASE OF DANIEL A. BOYD,
Pittsburgh, December 31.1861.
Dr. G. H. Ketser :—I take pleasure in making tlij* vol
ontary statement in favor of a medicine prepared by you
called “ Lindset’s Blood Searcher.” 1 bad snffeied foi
five years with Scrofula which broke out on my head an*
forehead so as to disfigure me very much, and took off tb*
hair when the disease made it* appearance; it also br* ke out
«<n my arm above and below the elbow, and eat into tin
*kin and flesh so ae to expose a fearful sor*. The dibeaat
on my bead went so far th t several small pieces o£_bon<
came out. 1 was very week and low spirited, and bs<>
given up all hope of ever getting well', as 1 had tried sev
era! skillful physicians and t£ey did me uo good. In Sep
tember last, 1861.1 was induced to try •* Lindsey’s I*
proved Blood Searcher.” 1 must confess I bad no Haiti,
in patent medicines, but after I had used three bottles o<
Blood Searcher, the ulcers on my head and arm began U
heal. 1 have, now taken eight or ten tattbs. and my heat
and arm are entirely well except the scars remaining Iron,
the tores. 2:will also state that I bad the rheumatism
very bad iu my arms and legs. The Blood Searcher ala*
cured the rheumatism. lam now a well man, over forty
years of age, and 1 feel as suple and young as I did wbei
I was twenty, and have increased in weight twenty pound*
1 would also state that tjie disease in my fureheanl was s«
bad that when 1 stooped and lifted anything heavy, tb-
Wood run out of the note. Dr. Reyser had a photOgTapi
tnk'Mi 01 mo by Mr. Cargo, the artist, after I began to get
It dots not show my appearance as bad as it wh
before 1 commenced taking the medicine. You can se<
* the photograph, one of which la now in my possession
and also ut Dr. Keyser’t 140 Wood street. I would al*
state that 1 took Che Blood Searcher which was made be
6>re Dr. tveyeer commenced making it. Although n
helped me eopie, I did not recover fast until I got tbukim
made by Dr. Keyser himself. On© bottle of bis did mi
more good than two of the old. I believe it ia a great dem
stronger *and better. 1 liave recommended the Blow
Searcher to a great many of my friends for various die
ousetf, and I believe it has helped th© whole of t iem. YOl
may publish this if yup wish, and I am anxious that all
who are alllicted as I was may be cured. 1 live ictbiscity.
No. 4 Fine street, and am employed at Collvilie A Ander
son’* Union Marble Works, 64 Wayne street.
A BLIND MAN CUBED
I live in Sligo, at Clinton Mill'and have been nearly
blind in both eyes foi nearly four years. I called on Dr
Keyser ah', qt three months ago and asked him to give m<
directions toithe Institution for the Blind in Philadelphia
lie told me that 1 o ed nut go to Philadelphia to get well
as he had medicine that would cure me, as he said my di»
ease was in the blood. 1 was treated for it two or thm
times in the hospital in this city, and was relieved, bui
my disease always returned a*ter a month or two after I
came out of' the hospital. 1 found my disease was re
turning and 1 called, by the advice of a good friend oi
mine, on Dr, Keyser, who has restored- my eight, and m 3
eyes are nearly as well as 'ever. The Doctor gays tu<
4 Lindsey's Blood Searcher** aud a wash.
DAVID KINNOLLY,
Clinton Mills, Sligo.
Pittsburg. July &, 1861. **
Witness—£. F. M’Klroy, Anderson street, Allegheny
City.
* A BAD SORE LEG CURED
Pitctbobob, September 18,1861.—1 hereby certify 'that
f have hod a sore leg for over a year. It was covered
with ulcers and sores ao tlfat 1 could not work for nearly
a year. My leg swelled so that 1 was unable to do any
thing for a long time, for at least six months. I tried
several of the best doctors in the city, but without any
benefit; finally I called on Or. Keyser. at No. 140-Wood
street, who only attended me about two weeks, <hd gave
me but two bottles oLmedicina, and I am now entirely
well and have contined so for six mouths. lam employed
at tlie Eagle Engine House on Fourth street, where any
one can see me.
CANCER CUBED.
A Lmu Fbok Emlasd.—Mr. Jdbo Pope, of Biaena
vou. near Montypool, Monmontahtre, England, writes a*
follow*; v
Six:—An old woman i 1 this place has wished ms to
write you respecting ‘Lxitmst’i Blood Siamese, from
which she found great benefit, and wishes to have a little
mere. She has been suffering front a disease of a cancer,
one nature for the laid six or seven years. Her daughter
who U.living in America, obtained it for her, and sent her
eighteen Kitties. She is now quite ont of it, and I hays
written to her daughter twice and have received hopn
ever; of coarse she Is anxious to get more, to get ppm
pletely cured. 1 told her I would write to you fourths
ageucy in ibis country, and she felt vary much pleased to.
hear me say so. I now beg to ask y«Ki on what terfoVyou
will supply me; you will please bear in mind the csr
riage, and supply me as cheap as possible. The carriage
o»: the one dozen bottles was £1 Brsd. The medh Ids was
a present fjrqm her daughter. 1 W »uld like to have the
Blood Searcher in a yar or small cask, If yon can send ft
iu that way, or in pint or quart bottles. 1 will send a bill
through bank or registered letter, which ever will be most
convenient to you, if you will sedfi me carrier!* receipt o
the poroelas security. I would send you a stamp to an
swer this, bat as it Is uncertain of this reaching you. on
account of the country being in six and sevens, a term
which is commonly used, you be kind enough to
charge me with the postage,
Yqprs, respectfully.
[Signed] ' JOHN POPE.
(We here seen the letter which M published in la-day’s
Dispatch, from John Pope, aod beUere it to be
Kixiors Dispatch Pittsburyk.
y&,Lookfor Dr.Etyter's nsnas oe«r fcksceriilspreesn
being imposed up, si.
Prepared and solg by DrOxoasi 11. Ktrsn, Pittsbnrgb
gold in Altoona by A. Rouse and O. W. Kxsmxi; Is
BollUayiburg by J. K. Farm* and JMM SpTPgA. :
Jaamga, 1663.-ly .
PREPARATIONS
“moJILT CONCENTRATED"
COMPODNDFLDID EXTRACT BCCnD,
A Pfklthre'ißd SprcUc Remedy
For DUw of the BLADDER, El DM YB. CRATEL
AND DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
Tbi* Medicine Inert—e» Ikepnwej of Digectleii.And ex
cifN tho ABSORBENTS Into heoltliy ArituM, by wUSi tbe
WATERY OR CALCAREOUS depueltionx, And *ll UN
NATURAL ENLARGEMENTS, m redoced. w well -
PAIN AW INFLAMMATION, nod fo good for Mu, W«
MAM «x CULBAXM.
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUBHU.
For weakness arising ftem Excesses, Habitant DiasKa
lion, Earl]' Indiscretion or Abuse.
ATTENDED WITH TUB POLLOWIAQ SYMPTOMS;
Indispoaltion to Exertion, PHHcnlty Of Breathing,
l«« of Memory Loan of Power,
Wnk Ntnn, Trembling.
Horror of Disease, Wakefulness.
Dimness »f V laion. Pain In tbs Back,
Universal Laaaitnda of the Muscular Pyslem,
Hot Hands, Flushing of tbr Body,
Dryness of the Skin, Eruptions uftbsFaos,
These eymptomi, If allowed to go on. which thi" medi
cine invariably removes. soon follows Ikpotxkct, Fatuity
limrpnc Pits, in one of which Hie patient may expire.
Who can aay that they are nut frequently followed be
:boae “DIREFUL DISEASES,”
‘INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION.’
Uuny are aware of the cause of th»lr suffering,
BUT NONE WILL CONFESS
THE RKCOapT Of THE INSANE ASYLUMS.
And the melancholy Peatha by Consumption bear am
ple witness to the truth ol the aaeertlon.
THE CONSTITUTION ONCE AFFECTED WITH 08.
OANIC WEAKNESS,
Requires the aid of medicine lo strengthen and li-vlgor
itc the System, which HEMBOLD'S EXTRACT BCCIID
-••variably duel. A trial wi|l convince the moat skeptical.
FEMALES! FEMALES 11
Old or Yours, Sntatx, Maraud og PoNTtnrLATisa Max-
RIAOK.
In many affections peculiar to Females, the EXTRACT
BUCUU is mn qnaled by any utber renwly. aa in Chlnro
ei# or Retention, Irregularity. Painfolnesa
*f Customary Kvacuatinus, Ulcerated or Scirrhous stale
>f the Uterss. Lencorrboe or Whites. Sterility, and for all
complaints incident to the sex, whether arising from in*
■iecretion. Habits of Piesipation, or.in the
DAMIX A. BOYD.
No Family Should bo Without It.
Take no more Balaam, Mercury, or nniiteaaant MeiHcine
foranpleaaani anddaugerotu dkeawt.
HELMBtLD’S EXTRACT BUBIIU.
In all their itagtp.
Little or no change io Diet,
And no £xpo*uv.
licenses » frequent desire and givva strength to'Urinate,
■hereby Removing Oburmrtfune, Preventing and Curing
Strictures of the Urethra. Allaying P.ln and luflama
tiun su frequent In the class of diseases, and expelling all
Poisonous Diseases and Matter,
THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS who bare been the
victims of Quacks. and who bare paid heavy feta tube
cured iu a short time, have found that tbry were deceived,
and that the -POISON” baa, by the we of -powerful' as
tringents,” been dried up In the system, to break out ia
an aggravated and perhaps after Marriage. '
Uu nnjiaoia’a Einuct Brcm for all alfoctloat aad
dlaaaaaaoftha
THOMAS FARRELL.
Whatbaf aiiatlag la
NAJJI OB FEMALE.
From whatever caoaa vrigiaa ting, and no Biattar at
IloW LOMO STAMHNO. '
Diaaaaaa of thea*organa require tfaaiftdo t a SlDune
la ti>a Qraat Kitjaanc, and Ucertalcdtu kt> tbt dtaired
eOret la all diaeaaea for which It la recommended.
Evidence of the muat reliable and rapooatfila character
wl’l accompany tha madicfoaa. ■ >1""
Certificate* of Curea, Irom eight to twastj- jraanataad
lag, with aamn known to acknca aad lama.
Price $l,OO Per Botlie, or Si* for $5,
Delifend to ujr oddrew, Mcnnly packed from any ob-
Mrrmtloa. '
Personally appeared before Alderman of ti>« city
of Philadelphia, H. T; Uxuouio, wliu brtlifc duly eworn,
doth eay |ii> p»| oration cuiitaloe no narcotic. uo mercu
ry, or other injurious druge, hut ore purely vegetable.
U. T. UKWIBOLD.
Bworn aod •nbectibed before me, 1b ■ 23d d«y of So
veruber, 1554. W. P. IUBBAKD. AWernuo.
: Kinth Bt, abuts Race, Philo.
BEWARE OF CODJiTERPEITB AND DKPBIRCIPLU
Who eadeavor to diapooe “or tour ooa” ud t OTKXR w
artkjee OB the reputation attained hy
Bolmbold'R Oetrame PrepaiuUone,
do •' do ' Ratraetßjcbaj .
do do do %iiiparl|la,‘ '
do do laepr Tedltiii»''tt»&'
i •■■Why Dru**iata eeery-where. T*ko so other. Cut
.! outtheadrertbueutanl tend fur ‘• r *r‘ — tT~* ffciylfM
, oad osiMoat*. , ' **
teptanihorlTth. im-Iy.
HELMBOLD’S
GEXUIXE
; •
v-
PALLID COUNTENANCE.
DECLIIUS OR CHANGE OF UFK.
m tTKPTONa AlOTt.
AND
Improved Kobe Wash
CURES SECRET DISEASES
DRIKABY OKCANB,
HELM BOLD'S JNTUACT EtIUC
Docuu Brunox, in au ConmixKuTioxt.
Cnrca (Joumutoed. JtiMWGnili.
AFFIDAVIT.
Addreoi letter* lor Information is confidence Co
, U.T. llKLllßoLD,Cbeu.t.t,
Depot, 10* South Tentb-St, below Chrttunt,
Philadelphia, Peon.
DEAi.ERS,
At llttl* Expend*,
' No lacouTaolaace