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of UncbudiM * luge end
stock, one of the finest and best
consisting of all
Ipacas, Barathea Cloths, Co*
00l Delaines and Plaids, Reps,
, Calicoes, and an .Infinite *a*
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is the handsomest and most varied we hare yet bad in store,
and Is wejN worthy the examination of the fair sex. We
' assortment of
SHOCJfE AND.DOUBLE WOOL SHAWLS,
•I!ftoakß,teircifiarm, Cloths, Pars, Hoffs, Opera
Capa .goutagp, Tobias, .Hosiery, Gloves, GolUra,
llaiidkerthlsfli, and' W feet everything necessary to the
ndoromeat and coiolortable outfit of the LADIES. The
ton.hrilf find many needful articles com
prised In jour stock, which they will do well to take a peep
at. In the way o ( STAPLE GOODS, we are well sup*
plied with Cas'imerfes, Satinetts, Jeans, Plain and Twilled
flannels*' aIL colors! Dress, Miners’ and Fancy Flannels,
Canton Flannels, Muslins, Tickings, Drillings, Denims,
Uihghauife. Carpels,* Boots, Shoes, Ac., Ac. In fact, what
we haven’t ip ibis line is not worth keeping.
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
lua just been recruited; with a large and fresh stock of
Groceries and Provislous, auch as Whfe%t and Buckwheat
('lour, Cam Meal, Syrups, N. O. Molasses, Sugars Coffee,
Teas, Tobacco, to whkb we invite the attentidb
of housekeepers. .=
49*S$ch is* partial description of oar stock, but what
u of rootv importance to purchasers, let it bo borne id
mind tliit we hare ■
DEDUCED THE PRICE,
more or jless, upon everything in oar store, and are deter
mined not to be undersold by any other establishment. —
Ail we silk: Is an examination of our goods and prices, and
we Uavejno doubt xif meeting the wants and suiting the
o« every person.
I Cement bW place—the Old Store, comer uf Vir
ginia soil Caroline streets.
Thankful for favors, we shall endeavor to merit all
future ijues. L MURPHY A M’PIKE.
Altoona. Jan. 13* : 1864.
T" ■jfi Earlj Physical Degeneracy of
JUST! PUBLISHED BY DK. A. STONE
to (he Troy Lung and Hygienic
I I . Institute.
A T* JACise on the Causes of Early Physical decline of
Americipi People:; the cause of Nervous Debility,'Con
•uniptlab and Slorasnms.
This work is ons of high moral tone, written in chaste,
yet thrlpiug language,.and appeals directly to the moral
consciousness of ALL PARENTS and Guardians espe
cially, Retailing scientific and reliable aids and treatment
,It wiR be sent by mail on the receipt of two (3 cent)
Parents and Guardians! Fait not to send and ob
tain thli book. 0
KR. Young meal Fait not to send and get inis book.
tQblkdies! Ycfu too should at once secure a copy of
this bikjk. .
A Word qf Solemn Conscientious Advice to those
±who will reflect .
of maladies prevail to a fearful extent in the
ty, dooddng at least 1(XM)00 youth of both sexes -
aannainr to an early grave. Those diseases are very im
perfectly understood. Their external manilesUtion, or
symptups are Nervous Debility, Relaxation and Exhaus
tion; Mkresmus or; wasting and consumption of the tissues
of the [[whole body; shortness cf breathing or hurried
breathing on ascending a hill or flight of stairs; great pal
filatlou of the Heart; Asthma, Bronchitis and 1 sore
hroallskakiug of tne Hands and limbs ; aversion to so
ciety ami tobuslpees or study; dimness of eye sight, loss
ut >\umk>ry, dizziness of the Head, Neuralgia, Pain in va
rious parts of the body; Pains in the buck or limbs. Lum
bago, IKspepsia or Indigestion, irregularity of the bowels,
dmsugit secretions of the Kidneys and other glands ol
the body,*** Leutorrhoea or Fleur Albas. Ac. Likewise
KpiltWy. Hysterfe and Nervous Spasms. •
Now jin,ninety-bine oases out of every one hundred, all
ot the auove natped disorders, and u host of others not
namedJas Consumption of the Lungs and that most in
soUousjaud wflyi form of consumption of the Spinal
Nerves! known as-Tabes Dorsales, and Tabes mesenteries,
have tlieir seat and origin in diseases of the Pelvic Viscera.
Hence the ifant of success on the part of old school prac
tice In treating symptoms only.
Dr, Andrew Stone, Physician to the Troy Lung and Hy
gienic [lnstitution, Is now engaged in treating this class
uf omqerh maladies with the most astonishing success,
"he treatment adopted by the Institution is new; it is
«ased.Upon scientific principles, with new discovered rem
edies* without minerals or poisons. The facilities of cure
are au<jh that patients can be cored at their homes, in any
part off the connttry, from accurate descriptions of their
ease, by letter; and have the medicines sent by Midi or
express. Printed. inU'irogatgrles will be forwarded pn ap
Catarrh and diseases of the throat
oared is well at the Home of the Patients as at the In
•titutldn, by sending the Gold Medicated Ikhalixu Bad
sxMio Varoas, wtth Inhaler and ample directions for their
use. add direct correspondence.
fltSujPatients applying for interrogativee or advice, most
enclose return stamps, to meet attention.
attending Physician will be found at the In
stltutl&h r-r consultation, from 9 a. m. to 9p. m., each
day.' Sunday in the forenoon.
Address - DR. ANDREW STONE.
Physician to-the Troy Lung and Hygienic Institute, and
#hysicfen for Diseases of the Heart, Throat and Lungs,
96 rifuTstreet, Troy, N. Y. •
AUopoa, Dec.SQth, 18d2.-iy.
THE mm FOREVER!
| 1 WOLF would respectfully
\M fmDoaace $o the citizens of Altoona and vicinity:
ihat hji baropened a
[ CLOTHING STORE,
Oil Comer of Main and Caroline Streets,
whurethe will keep od bud a large stock of ready-made
clothing consisting of DRESS GOATS, PANTALOONS,
VEStSTOVEBALLS, KNIT JACKETS, Ac., at Phlladcl-:
1 HATS & CAPS!
- 1 have a large and varied stock of hats and caps which;
it will be tot be advantage of aH to examine before par-:
clueditg elsewhere. Also, a fiae stock of Gents’ Fnrpish-
Ing gubda, each «s shirts, collars, neck-ties, handkerchiefs,
Saspotders, Gloves, Hosiery, Ac.
'. Determined to sell, I have marked my goods at the.
very lowest figures, and feel confident that all will bp
satisfied with the price and quality of my stock.
Altjona, May 12,1885. i
rpHB SUBSCRIBER WOULD IN-
I FORM the citlxens of Altoona and vicinity .that his
OON»*CTIONERy,NDT and FRUIT STORE, Is always
applied with the very beet articles to be had, and in great
attacked tohle'store, in whichhewillserve np OYS'
rEiBS in the best style during the season.
J 1 FRKSH-BAKEI)
BREAC, CAKES, & PIE J,
alwayh on hand/wt reasonable rates.
He Is at all times prepared to supply cakes, candles, Ac,
tar picnics and other parties. He invites i share of public
patronage, believing that he can render fall satisfaction! o
Remember, hit store and saloon is on Virginia street, two
doorsbetow Patiq|i's Hall. OTTO ROSSI. j
Attpona, April A 1808-tf. j
[ ; , ’ PHILADELPHIA, FA.
Disfisses of the Herrons, Semins). Urinary and Sezna
grstsms—newahdreiiable Reports of th*
Hi WM36 ASSOCIATION—*«ht by mao In sealed letter
ettrelSST WosiOf xhafke. Address, Hr. J. SKILLIN
HOtTOHTON. Hpwdrd Am>ciati6n, No. 3 Booth Sloth St;
Phnafclphla, WK“ [Jan. 20’6*-ly. ;
? J. G. APLUM,
'] a£T9ONA, BLAIR Od„PA.
Jan at all times be fonnd at tbs store of J. B. Hileman.
Setter I,IUT. ■ • V
lE|I E| YOU want GOOD COFFER
phre Teas, the best of Chocolate, Syrups and Sugars,
go top PKITCHEY’B.T
QUPEBIOB CREAM CHEESE At
0 j ■ • tWTCHByS. j
BARRELS PURE WHITE LARD
Jnst received and for sale at PKITCHEY’S ■
RITCHEY'S NEW STORE, corner
ofCarollne aha Virginia Sts. ' i
A| LL STYLES CARPETING AND
OtK2oth* can be found at LAUOHMAH'S.!
Tbe subscriber having taken entire charge of the Hard
ware and Stove and Tin Shot* recency under the charge
ofFries k Winters, on Virginia street, opposite Kessler's
Drug Store, and having added largely to his stock is now
prepared to supply anything In the Hardware and Cutlery
ape, such as Handsaws, Axes, Anfeers, Adzes, Chisel*,
Squares, Rules, Hammers, Planes, Hiqgee, Locks, Latches,
Files, Knives and Forks, Spoons, : Ac., all of which
hej offers on the most reasonable terms.
Persona wishing anything in thet'Hardware line are
requested to call and exnlne bis stoc*.
■ pe has also added Oils, Paints, Carbon Oil. -etc., to his
Stock, and will dispose of all these articles at a small ad
vance on first cost. u •
[He will also continue the
! STOVE BUSINESS,
apd will keep on hand an assortment from which any
person will be able to select an articlq • to pelase their fancy.
In the lined
TIN AND SHEET IRONWARE,
CEDAR ami WILLOW-WARE,
hp will always bare a large supply, and will make to order
anything that may be called for.
| Job work in this line promptly attended to.
ROOFING AND SpOUTING
put up on short notice in the best style.
1Apri121.1863.-tf. SAMUEL I. FRIES.
BUT ONE PRICE.
A CASH PRICE
FOR ALL OUR GOODS!
AS STATED AT THE OPENING
of the ■
the object of the company is not to undersell other store
keepers in a few articles and make it upon others, but
simply to sell every article at a certain percentage above
cost, let that percentage bping the price above, or below
that of other stores. By selling ,
FOR CASH O&LY,
we are enabled to place our percentage at the very lowest
figure, because we have no loss to make up.
We shall at all times keep the best quality uf all arteles
offered fur salt- Our present stock consists aof choice se
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, SYRUPS, SPICES
and everything in the grocery line, j
The best brands of -Flour from the Pluvuix, Mount
Union and other Mills-
Pulverized 18 cts., White 17 cts., Yellow and Brown very
Imperial and Black Teas from 86 cts., to 1.60 per lb.
Williamsport Rio, Franklin Mills Rio, Nonpareil Rio
[Excelsior, Dandelion, Essence, Browned Rye.
' Spices of all kinds, Chocolate and' Cocoa.
Scyiacnse, Ground AUuni and Dairy Salt.
Navy B spun, Flounder, Congress, Natural, leaf and So
lace Chewing Tobacco, also a *good selection pf Smoking
Tobacco, and Cigars. I
Franklin and Lovering’s Sugar House and other Syrups,
Bunch Raisons 30 cts. Seedless Raisons 25 cts.. per lb.
Corn Starch. .1
Carbon Oil 65 cts. per gallon. Caudles.
Kusin, German. French Castile, American Castile. Saw
yer’s and other Toilet Soaps.
Cream, Wine, J?ugar. Butter. Soda and Water Crackers.
Ferinn Biscuit. ‘
WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE.
Brooms . Hand, Dint. Scrub ami Shoe Brushes.
We would cull special attention to out Boots and Shoes
as our stock Is .tresh and selected with grout care as to
Dec. 23, IS<>3.
EMPORIUM OF FASHION!!
Mryiuia S(., Altoona , Pa.
D. W. A. BELFORD, Proprietor.
The proprietor of t&e emporium
OF FASHION” would respectfully announce tq the
public (bpt be baa received a large invoice of
and a general assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING G.OODS,
Collars, Neck-Ties, Suspenders,
Ic., Ac., &c*j
exactly suited to this locality and Intended for the
AUTUMN AND WINTER TRADE.
The proprietor of the EolpUriuzn invites an examina
tion of his stock, feeling confident that bis 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.
Ue has also received the
and being a perfect “Cutter,” be has bo hesitancy in say
ing that he can make up 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 lie really cant bo beat.
Remember the place, Virginia street, first door above
Jaggard’s Hall, Altoona, Pa. [April 17, *62.
CHARLES Ji MANN.
I iEALFR IN FOREIGN. AND DO
-17 MESTIC HARDWARE,
WOODEN WARE,: BROOMS,
BIRD CAGES AND WIRE GOODS,
i- WINDOW GLASS,
PUTTY, WHITE LEAD, AC., AC.
13. Every description of OoulV. in his line will he fur
nished at shart notice, and At tow; rates for cash.
His remaining stock of DRY GOODS on hand will be
closed ont at remarkably lowqprioes, in order to relinquish
thnf branch of the business; ■
, Agent for Willson’s “Telegraph-Fodder Cutter.’’
Altoona. May 29th, 1802. '
rpTHE UNDERSIGNED RESPECT
JL fully informs the public that he will con
tfnue to keep a
BOOT <fc SHOE; STORE, W
in the room recently* occupied 6jjtßoberta *nd
Rutherford. The business‘jHjffewlpre carried
on by them will, in the future, be in the name of JOHN
U. ROBERTS.' i 4
He will keep constantly on tyand a complete assort
Boots & Shoes,
GAITERS, SLIPPERS, &<=., &c., &e.
which he will offer at fair, priced 1 and warrant to be o
the best material and manufacture. Particular attention
in which be warrants to giro entire satisfaction, as he
the old V&glniaßtreet, one loor
Bast of Kessler's Drug Store.
Oct. 10 1803-tt. 11 : JOHN H. ROBERTS.
SROCERIES AND PROYISIONS.^-
A large and varied Stock of PRBRH OROOBRIBS
PBOnSIOKS, Just reoeiVed, and for sale as cheap as
tbs cheapest, at MURPHY t McPIKE’S Store,
Cor. of Virginia and Caroline sts.
Altoona, Jane 26,1862.
4 GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP
Jewelry, Hair *ud Clothe* Brushes, Combs,
t-kniros,Ao,at ■ ! ; LAUGHMAN'g
PLAIN & FANCY VESTS, of every
sise and stvls at • LACOHMAVS.
THIS WAY! THIS WAY!
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
JB. HILEMAN has just received a
• large and well selected stock of Goods, consisting
of Cloths, Plain and Fancy Cassimeres, Satinetjx, Ken
tucky Jeans, Tweeds, Beaverteens. Bine Drilling, and all
other kinds of Goods for
together with a grand and magnificent assortment of
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,
Such a* Black and ftmey Silks. C hollies, Berrge*,BnUiantt,
Lawn*. Delaines, Chint**, Deßeges, Crape*, iXntf,
Crape and Stella Shawl*, Mantilla*, Vndmteee* and
Hosiery, Bonnet* and Ribbons, ObUar*, Hand*
Kid Glove*, Hooped Skirt*, Skirt
ing, Lace Mitts, <&•, dxu
ickings, Checks, Bleached and Unbleached Muslins,
'Cotton and Linen Table Diaper, Crash, Nankeen, Ac.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HARDWARE, QUEEN B W ARE,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
OIL CLOTHS. CARPETS, AC.
Oar stock of Groceries'is more extensive than ever, and
consists of Kio and Java Loaf and N 0.
Sugars; Green, Y. H. and Black Teas; Molasses, Soaps,
Candles, Salt. Fish. Ac.
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
yy-r.Mii and examine his Stock, and yon will be con
vinced that he has the best assortment and cheapest Goods
in the market.
*,♦ Country Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for
Goods at market prices.
Altoona, April 28, 1803.. ___
Hat & Cap Store.
Th e proprietor of the
“ EXCELSIOR” HAT and CAP Store,
would inform his customers, and the Public generally,
that he hasjust returned from the city with he largest
and most varied stock of goods in bis line ever brought to
Altoona, ail of which he has now on exhibition and sale at
his new store room on Virginia street, next door to Jag
gard’fl store. His stock embraces all the latest styles of
FALL AND WJNTER
HATS, M CAPS,
His Stock of Hats and Caps are of the very beat selection,
of evoiy style, color and shape, for both old and young.
All he asks is that the people call and examine his stock,
and he feels confident that he can send them away re
joicing, if not in the purchase of such au article ad tbfcy
wanted, at the remembrance of having looked upon the
handsomest stock of Hats, Caps, Flats, Ac., over exhibited
in this town. |
I have also on hand an entirely new stock of 1
Lades’ and Childrens’ Hats and Fliats,
and a bcautitul stock of
which 1 am confident cannot be surpassed in the country,
all of wbioh I will soil at the moat reasonable prices. Re
member the Hall of Fashion when you want anything in
the line of head covering, and call on
Oct. 7. *63-tf JESSE SMITH.
SniifF & Tobacco
16 & 18, CHAMBERS ST.,
(Formerly 42 Chatham St., New York,)
would call the attention of Dealers to the articles of his
Macaboy. Demipron, Fine Rappee, Coarse Rappee,
Pure Virginia,' Nachitoches, American
Scotch, Honey Dew Scotch, Uigh Toast Scotch.
Fresh Honey Dew Scotch, Irish High
Toast, or Lundyfoot, Fresh Scotch.
49* Attention is called to the great redaction in prices
of Pine-Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos, which will
be found of a superior quality.
SMOKING.—Long, No. 1, No. 2, Nos. 1 and 2 mixed,
Granulated, S. Jago, Spanish, Canaster, Turkish.
FINE CUT CHEWING.—P. A. L., or plain, Cavendish,
or Sweft, Sweet Scented Oronoco, Tin Foil Cavendish.
N. B-—& circular of prices will be sent on application.
April U, 63,-1 v.]
WM. S. BITTNER
OFFICE IN MASONIC
TEMPLE, next door to the Post
Dr. B. would respectfully inform the citizens of Altoona
and surrounding country, that he is prepared tp insert
ARTIFICIAL TEETH I
from a single tooth to a hill set, In the most superior style,
ON GOLD, SILVER, OR VULCANITE BASIL
It would be to the advantage of all persons desiring
artificial teeth, to call at his office before going elsewhere,
if they wish cheapness, beauty or durability.
Dr. Bittner will visit Uollldaysbufg and vicinity when
his services are desired. [Feb. 17,1863-tf.
Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff, Pipes, &c., &c„
Annie street, Altoona, Pa., and McKeagt's Old Stands
Montgomery street, Pa.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
of Goods in bis line constantly on hand at the lowest
cash prices. [Yeb.7,1863
CREAM CRACKERS! A fresh sup
ply of these delicious crackers Just received and for
ftleat * JHirOHKTS
Extra family flour, from
the Cove, always on hand and. for' sale as low
as the lowest by FRITCHKY.
New stock of boots & shoes
for Men and Boys, Ladies and Misses, Just rec*d at
Hardware of all descrip
lions just received and for sale by
Oetls-tfl J.B. HILKMAn
JUST RECEIVED—A Lot of Prime
J»n. IS, ’64.]
Ii'RITCHEY IS REALLY SELLING
thebeet Brown Sugar In Altoona at 13^««oto.
0, YES! 0, YES!!
MEN AND BOYS’; WEAR,
BEIGABTS Drag Store.
R. A. 0. KERR,
Agent for Blair & Huntingdon Counties.
These machines are omit
to be the beet ever offered to the public, ti.il their
superiority Is aatisfectorily established by the fart that in
the last eight years, '
OVER 1.400 MORE
of these Machines have been sold than of any other man
ufactured, and more medals have been awarded the pro
prietors by different Fairs and Institutes than to any oth
er*. The Machines are warranted to do all that is claimed
for them. They are now in use in several families in Al
toona, and in (very case they give entire satisfaction.
The Agent refers those desiring information as the su
periority of the Machines, to Col. John L. Piper. Rev?A.
B. Clark, George Hawkesworth, Benj. F. Rose, and £. H.
The machines can be seen and examined at the store of
the Agent, at Altoona.
Price of No. 1 Machine, silver plated, glass foot and new
style Hexnmer —$65. No-2, ornamental brbnxe, gloss foot
aud new style Hemmer—sss. No. 3, plain, with old style
Hemmer—s46‘. [March 21,1861-tf.
No. 1. Large Family Wringer $lO.OO
No. 2. Medium “ “ , **oo
No. 2% 9-00
No. 3. Small • “ “ o.bO
No. 8. Large Hotel •* 14.60
No. 18. Medium Laundry f to run steam \ 18.00
No. 22.L«rge “ \ or hand. J 30.00
Noe. 2% au<l 3 have no Cogs. AH others are warranted.
*No. 2 iw the size generally used, in private families.
Orange Judd, of : the “ American Agriculturist,” says
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRINGER
•• A child can readily wiing out a tubfull of clothes in a
low uiiouiftt. It is iu reality a CLOTHES SAVER I A
TIM K SAVER! aud|a STRENGTH SAVER! The saving
of garments will alone pay a large per ceutage ou i's cost.
We think the machine mncu more than PAYS FOR
ITSELF EVERY YEAR in the saving of garments.
There are several kinds, nearly alike in general construc
tion, hut we consider it important that the Wringer be
titled with Cogs, otherwise a mas&of garments hiay clog
the roller*, amLthe rollers open the crank-shaft slip dnd
tear the clothes, or the rubber break loose from tlie shaft.
Onr own is oi«e of the first make, and it is as GOOD AS
NEW after nearly FOUR TEARS' CONSTANT USE.”
Even* Wringer with Cog Wheels is Warranted in
NO WRINGER CAN BE DURABLE WITH
A good CANVASSER wanted in ever)* town.
4 ur* On receipt of the price fiom places where no oae is
selling, we will send the Wringer free or expense.
For particulars and circulars address
H. C. BROWNING, 347 Broadway, N. Y,
Sep. I—6tn. tw
C. C. SERVER k SOS,
Pdfper, Envelpe and Printers’ Card
No. 513, MINOR STREET,
Have constantly on hand
FLAT CAPS, LETTER AND NOTE.
PRINTING PAPEE, ; ENVELOPE
COLORED PAPER, BINDERS, TRUNK.
STRAW AND BOX BOARD, TISSUE,
SHOE, AND TEA PAPERS. .
PRINTING AND MANILLA PAPER
made to order.
|| H. HOPKINS, ~
17th CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
TtfUSIG !—INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN
JbTjL on the Pianoforte and Melodcon* by Miss M.
SHOEMAKER. Terms, $lO per quarter. No charge for
the use of the Instrument. Residence on Catharine Street,
West Altoona. fJan.lfl, 1862.-tf.
DRIED APPLES.—The subscribers
have a fine lo of bright yellow DRIED APPLES,
bought Rt much leas than market rates, and which they
desire to close ont, at cost and carriage, without delay.—
Persons desiring to purchase, either at wholesale or retail,
will find it to their advantage to give ns a call. ;
Altoona, June 26,1862.] STVRPHY A McPIKE.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Gent’s Model Improved SHlRTS—Casafmere and
Muslin Shirts—fine and noarae—white and colored—at
* H LAUGHMAN’B.
PURE WHIjE LEAD ANDj ZINC
Paint, also Chrome. Green, Yellow, Paris Green, dry
and ground oil at fl-tf] KESSLER'S.
MEN AND BOYS’ COATS, of every
style and color, of good quality, at
New and improved styles
of Tranks, Valises and Carpet-Bugs, at
A FINE ASSORTMENT OFOVER
COATS can be fotind at LAUGHMAN’6
Great piles of pantaloons
tor Men and Boys, at LAUOHMAV?
Life Insurance and Trus t a
/ lOMPANY’B BUILDING Southeast
V_y Corner ofWalnut end Fourth; Streets, PhiUfTa.
Paid up Capital, 250,000.
Incorporated 1850, by the Legislature of Pennsyl-
Insoret Lire* during the Net oral life or for short term*,
grants aonnitiee and endowment*, and makes contract* pf
all kinds depending on the femes of life.
Policies of Life Insurance femed at the anal mutual
rates of other good companies-rwith profits to theasmced
—last Bojars January, 1861, being 48 per cent, of aH pre
miums received on mutual policies—at Joint Stock rated,
20 per cent less than the abord, or Total Abstinence rates
40 per cent. lon than Mutual price. Also, a
By which a person pays for 6,7, or 10 years only) when
the policy is paid up for Lira, and nothing more to pay;
and should he be unable, or wish to discontinue sooner,
the Company wilt lame a Pad up Pouct, In proportion to
the amount of premium paid, as follows: _
On a Policy of $l,OOO, 5 Year 7 Yfear 10 Year
-after payment ot rates. rates. rates.
1 Annual Premium, for $2OO 00 $142 8$ $lOO 00
2 “ « tt 400 00 286 70 200 00
800 00 671 40 400 01)
B*7 10 000 00
8 •> “
ALEXANDER WIIILLDIN, President,
SAMUEL WORK, Vice President.
Josh 8. Wasps, Secretary.
board op nmnu.
Alexander Whilldin, J. Edgar Thornton,
Hon. Jaa. Pollock, Hon. Joseph Allison,
William J. Howard,
Any further information can be had by applying to the
undersigned, who is the authorized agent for Blair County.
July 31. XSftMy R. A. 0. KERR.
A Benefit to .AJI.
A trial will prove the fact , and facts art stubborn things.
MISHLER’S HERB BITTERS
ARK SUCCESSFUL IN BVRRY CARE,
tip family should bo it. Hundreds of certificates
and letters of thanks are arriving every day from persons
vho have been cured. *
THE HERB BITTERS
Female Irregularities, and all Diseases arising from
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD ,
An a Blood Purifier, Tonic and General Appertiser, these
Bitters are without a rival. No Lady desiring
A CLEAR COMPLEXION
■bonld be without it. Please get a circular and certifi
catea from oar Agent.
Notice. —The great success of Mishler’s Herb
Bitters, to* induced unprincipled parties to manufacture
a worthless article, which they arc selling at a low price,
of which fteware. The genuine can only be bought in
Blair County, of G. W. WHITFIELD,
(Sole Agept for Blair County,)
Depot Drug Store, Main street, Altoona, Pa.
June 2d, 1563-tf.
JACOB. SNYDER, TAILOR,
• The Hero of One Hundred File per Month !
I would respectfully
forth my claim to pub)
attention, os a Fashional
Tailor, as follows:
Because I keep an exc<
leui assortment of Clotfc
Casdimeres, Testings as
Trimmings, which, whi
Because my work
made up iu a manner ths
takes down the count
and gives all my custom*
a city appearance.
Because 1 am not infer!
as a Cutter fo the liest
be found anywhere.
Because long ezperiem
in my business gives m
entire control over i t.ani
I am not dependant npr
any one tolfft me out
Because I *iu still on the sunny side of forty, and there
fore my taste as a Cutter and workman unimpaired.
Call on me, in room of the “ Brant House.”
Give me a trial and you wilh-go away pleased.
Altoona. May 26-6 m JACOB SNYDER.
PATENT KEROSENE OR CARBON
Unrivaled in Beauty, Simplicity Safety or Economy.
Every person desiring to obtain the very best and cheap
est portable light within their reach, should call "at the
store vf 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.
4tb. That they are easily regulated to give more or less
sth. That they bora entirely free from smoke.
Cth. Tbati the light is at least 50 per cept. cheaper than
apy otbei light now in common use.
These lamps are admirably adapted for the use of Stu
dents. Mechanics, Seamstresses, Factories, Halls, Churches,
Stoi os, Hotels, and are highly recommended for family use.
The* burner of the Carbon Oil Lamp can be attached to
old aide, hanjgl&g and table fluid and oil lamps, at a small
expense, andwill answer every purpose of a new lanp.
Wc guarantee perfect satisfaction in all cases.
Aug. 19, IBSB-tf.] * G. W. KESSLER.
Exchange hotel.—the sdb-
SCRIBER would respectfully in
form the public that ho has recently re
fitted the above Hotel, and is now pro
pared to accommodate his friends
patrons in a comfortable manner, and
will spare no pains in making it an agreeable him© for all
sojourners. His Table will always be luxuriously supplied
from the markets of the country and cities, and his Bar
filled with liquors of - choice brands. His charges dpe as
reasonable fcs those of any other Hotel in the place, and be
feels satisfied they can not he 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 Jus house to the public and invites a trial.
f 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 By© Whiskey to
be found in the country.
Altoona, May 27,1859.-lyl
U. H. Kldridge,
Albert C. Roberts,
Samuel T. Bodlne,
TRY ONE BOTTLE
have never failed in curing
Manufacturer and Proprietor,
The subscriber has just
returned from the east where he has purchased a
very large and floe stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BROGANS, GAITERS, &G.,
which he ia prepared to offer to the citizens of Altoona and
vicinity at very low prices. Having purchased direct from
the mannfacturers for cash, be Is prepared to Roll at prices
that will defy competition. All that he asks is that the
people will call and examine bis stock before purchasing
tS, BOOTS and SHOES made to order on the most rea
sonable terms. Also, repairing promptly attended to.
Don’t forget the place, two doors below Post Office. -
Jan. 3,1861. M. THOMPSON, Affeni.
TVfATIONAL POLICE GAZETTE.—
This Great Journal of Crime and Criminals is in
Its Twelfth Year, and is Widely circulated throughout
the country. It contains all the Great Trials, Criminal
Coses, and appropriate Editorials on the some, together with
information on Criminal Matters, not to be found ih any
s2 per annum; $1 for six months, to
be remitted by subscribers, (who should write their names
and the town, county and State where they reside plainly.)
To G. W. MATBELL* CO., r .
Editor A Prop’r. of New York Police Qaaette.
tfeto York tSty.
ti BEAT WESTERN INSURANCE
I ANp TRUST COMPANY.—lnsurance on Real or
personal property will be effected on the moat reasonable
tertxui by their agents in Altoona at his office in Anna St.
March 17,1859. JOHN SHOEMAKER, Agent.
:T EVFS PREPARATION FOR EX
JLi terminating RATS, MICK, ROACHES, ANTS, and
Bed-bug. -without danger in its use under any circninstan .
ces for sale at the Drug Store of G. W.KBSStKR. ‘
Jan. 24, ,66-ti] i
• DENTIST. OTfffiHL
Office on Caroline street, between 1
Virginia and Emma streets. Altoona. [Jan. 20—2 m,
" \ l t U KINDS OF PRINTING :
± *1 ■'* neatly and expeditously executed at the
.. “ALTOONA TRIBUNE” OFFICE
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
in andleaa rariety, at tAUQHMAN’S.
Altoona, May 1» 1866.
John Aikman, .
Chari* t P. Heaelitt,
AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
A'a. 54 Market Sif , Harritburg, Pn,
Thin 3|chiefly devoted i,,
the (n DBHActVtf*o| JWkjMfßoqki, for —'g
Banks, Coqhhr AW
aw) private the
very best ofaln amtU;wknMffil|ijiay be riHA#
relied upon. Bbmk BootaprUted, paged and imumi ;••
any desired pattern. SherifTfe, Attorney* ami Juitio-
Dockets of all sue*, made ami ruled to order. Ti+enuiui
amfiFsarly Assessments, Duplicate*, ke* for county parr' *
set, printed or plain, ruled and bound to order; Coontv
Docket* made of the beat linen paper.
Librarians, and other*, desiring to have their Book* we!)
bound and iU moderate prices, stank) give ns a can. Newt,
papers of rite largest rises, Harper’s Weekly, Qlsason.
Pictorial, Ballons, Scientific American, London New.,
bound to order, and In any style reoulred. Harper’s Month.
|y Magaaine, Knickerbocker, Black wood’s and Graham*
Maaasinea, Godey’a Lady’s Book, Lady’s Repository, Peter
son’s Magaaine, Piano Music, kc., bound in extra styles, ..
the more plain and substantial half binding. Select Pam
phlete, Law Magaaine*, laws, boond in gmxi li
brary style, at very moderate prices. Persons having *
number of volume* to bind, will receive alitarml discount.
Binding can safely be sent to ns from a distance by Ex -
Srees, and all work entrusted toonrcarewilibe spee.v
ily executed, safely packed and returned by Express -
All work warranted. Address Jf. L HWtKR.
fi6fi.McCRl7M kDSBN. at the Trttou Office, are m i
agents fo> Altoona, and vicinity. They will give inform;
tion in relation Co binding, am) receive and return book,
free from extra chargee, for all who enLust their work *
my care. [March 21, IWiHj
ONWARD ! EVER ONWARD !
STEP BY STEP!
The undersigned desires to
inform hi* old customers and the public generally
that be has this spring' gone into the Dry Good busiiu- •
and has just received adarge and entirely new mock ot
DR ESS GOODS,
fcot the Ladies, embracing all the latest, prettleslnml m...
Ana among whioh may bo found ev*ry quality of good*
the names of which it would Ik> too t<*diou* to enuinerau
In the lino of pure, fresh and cheap
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
I will not “knock under” to any of my competitors. Iu
this department I feel sure that I can render satislacth cj
All kinds of country produce taken in exchange ft.t
goods, and the highest market price allowed.
Store on the corner of Annie and Helen streets. r»m
Altoona. THOMAS HESLOP
Altoona, May 22,1862.
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER
Virginia Street. Altoona, 1»a„
Keeps constantly on hand
bread, cakes, candies
AND SWEETMEATS* of his' own manufacture, which he
is prepared to sML wholesale or retail, at the most reason
able prices. Also. FOREIGN FRUITS, such as
ORANGES, LEMONS, PINE-APPLES.
FIGS, PRUNES, RAISINS, NPTS, &C„
always ou hand in their respective seasons.
CAKES BAKED TO ORDER,
for particular occasions, on short notice and in the neat
eat and best style of the art.
Call, examine and price my stock and you will find
it as good and cheap as can be purchased elsewhere.
Stoves, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware
SRKIG WOULD RESPECT
• fully nform' the citizens of Altoona
and vicinity that he keeps constantly on hand
large assortment 01 Cboleing, Parlor, Office
Bhop Stoves, of all styles and sizes, to snit the v
wants of all, which he will sell at low prices, «n reason
He also keeps on hahd a large stock of Tin and She«t
Iron Wart, consisting of all articles for culinary purposes—
Coal Scuttles, Stove Pipe , etc.
Be has also purchased the right of sale in Blair count)
of R. V. JONES’
IMPROVED SAUSAGE STUFFEB,
an invention which needs only to be seen to be apprect*.
an d should be possessed by every farmer, butcher or t hour*
requiring jnch a machine.
Particular attention paid to putting up SPOUTING
eitberin town or country. Spouting painted and put np
on the most reasonable terms. [April 14,185 My
General News Agency,
OAK HALL, No. 7, MAIN STREET
SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS.
CIGARS & TOBACCO,
TOYS AND NOTIONS IN GREAT VARIETY
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
October 24, 1861.
W. M. LLOYD & CO.,
JOHNSTON, JACK & CO..
(Late "Bell, Johneton, Jack $ Co.”)
Drafts on the principal
Cities, and Silver and'Bold for sale., Collections
made. Moneys received on deposits, payable on demand.
without interest, or upon time, with Interest at (air rates
Feb. 3d, 1859. .
GW. KESSLER PRACTICAL
• DKUGQIST, respectftill%|mpn<tances *
to the citizens of Altoona: atid thflßbUe
erally, that he still continues the Dr^bailttess,^^H|M
on Virginia street, where he keeps constantly
on hand, for sale. Wholesale and Retail, BRU6S,
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, OILS, VARNISH- Ml
E 8 and. DTK-BTDFFB.
By strict attention to business, and a desire to render *at
is faction to all as regards price and quality, he hope* i
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~tL
Our<Lady friends would do
well to look Id upon the choke awd chute aeeort
ment of Sommer DBBOB GOODS now diaplayed epos the
well-filled ahelree of MCBPHT kifeKKß;
Cor. of Virginia end Quoltjie eta.
Altoona, June 26,1862.
ON HAND AT McCORMICK’S Store
—A splendid aaaortment of Beadr-Hade clothing
Call and sea. ' Sot. *B,-tf.
Hair oil, colognes, pom
adea, Sharing Cream, Toilet Soape *e, fcr aale h,
1-tf-l 0. W. K EEELEE.
GROCERIES. A LARGE AND f
VX completeaeeortmentofGrooerieehareJnatfasan r»
celred at the atore of J. B. |
PINE AND LARD OILS, CA‘M
; phene, Burning Jlnld, Carbon GO, 4c* at
Jan. K BUit.mei
LTAIR, HAT, TOOTH, SHATOQ
LX Paint, guh and Varnish Bnuhee at - > -
S i i :
§i tfj I
fe . o*
.H . «» a
s^ a -r
CQ ad © w
3 5 '
<* o j »'si
*1 25l B
■« s *a|V
»—I 3 £ a
|"3's ! E
HOLLWA TSBURG, PA,
ucCßixic a DfcBN»
VOL. 9 .
Call and .“S
Vnrner of Harriet and
&' r .
nwu Of •»«>• MJfe.l* «!,•»*
h.»» il,*t«nuln«f<lto RKI>I( i. 1 HKIK
Entire .took pt
dry' gckJds, GROCERIES, Ql
boots, shoes. AO.
On and after January
la order to enable them to do st* suci
•ell exclusively' for CASH. WejwlU n
wo are adopting this system sole
bat io»»«? experlencrim nujdness touche*
fits will be reciprocal.
We will not iulrukfo by giving long
thut wo intend to make, but rsepectluli
and exaiolne our stock. Tell os J«w h
T ..u will certainly go sway mtiisfied th
TllK PLACE. We ars detormtned to
than the lowest, ifi we should do It on -
our prompt*paying patron<• o
we eau ear that if you will continue
ih > new system, our word for it. It w
! .©nr advantage than our own.
so Vmuctttal, may not l*e abW to ‘’see It
gypr.We keep constantly on U*nd a u
FniuUr Hour, Bockwhe»i FJoi
■i Feed, Ac., ■
All ~1 which w, huve fecilltw. for Mill
j.fv cuTupetitluq, .TR T PS.
vltoona. Jan, VK H 4 **-
SAVE THE PER
BY BUYING YOl
CLOTHING FROM FlK>
L? Tf INGKK & TUCK, ;
Ej of and Wholesale and Retail d**a
I'l -ihiugp would resptßtfoUy iurite
public to the following fecta in lefrren
M. Wo manufacture our- own
up in ouy bwu Store, iu Flilladelphla, »*
•up'HTisfon. and we kuuw are
EQUAL TO THI
• u.i i.u|wrh>rto (he lorgrat quantity-if
u. In the market,
■•>ii,l. We buy our Clothe directly ftvu
VUnutoctutere, consequently we »»,>■
on hr middle men.
■irA, We sell oar clothing at a rwn
or. i the curt of oar Clothe, thereby •»
of i'lothlug the percentage which mio
win buy from second liaade to sell! e,
Cl tiling ah'the some price whicli ■
(•■i tbeire at wholeaale, ooneeqaently
iu their goods at the saute price wl
pi i for theirs iu the. City, thereby >n
pei ‘ ■'iitage. 1
\v • have branch Stores in
ALTOONA AND JO I
wit'-t <- goods may -bo nad at the -am*
•dl tneni here in the city.
1 1 -tiy person has been told, or, m>
in Altoontf. la “ played out." 1*
in. . hi* establishment, on Main Str*
go *l.* and price*.
Wholesale House, No. 70* Market S
u-r' 2, iB6a.—tr. •
J|*H E undersigned would
&. form the citlxeus of Altoona yi»
tr' . that he has just returned fmtiTlh
b«Vu selecting his stock .if
FALL AND WINTI
which, for style, quality and pric*. c ; .
tM* neck of country. Hie stock i*
hv-rofore, and as it is quite an *d-j
w-.r rimes, for every one to porches*
11..- Best Goods and at th»-
he *<«uldi»ay that be can: and will
lirtl* <ower than any other house In tt
*J; to call and seabls stock before p»
■» feds confident he can oflfcr ln*i
. dviV ompetition. His stock con**i*t
l, A DIES’ DRESS GOODS 01
MKN AND BOYS’ WINTER W
LADIES AND MISSES’ Dl
MEN AND BOYS’. 800
WOMEN’S AND MISSES’ M
il 4 TS AND CAPS,
SLKACUBp AND DNBLEAC
BINGHAMS AND B
II- wilt wll ikdiM Sewed, UxM i
Kip l’«gjj,d .?A... ..1......
Mvit'. Boote, 1
UAI MORAL SKIRTS, very low.
White and Brown Sugar, Kto Coft*-
»d I very thing tltat Is usually kept ,
•mi ui cbeap as the cheapest.
Altoona, Oct. 1,1863.
DU. B. H. RRIGART.
fully announce to the citizen:
rounding country, that be has yw
Drugstore of Boldin k ('<>., on Vii
Ki-Im” Hardware Sttqre. ...
His Drug® are Frcsi
.u*l bo topw by .trlct attention t
•hare of public patronage.
I'all and examlne hia Mock. Hehi
' MEDICINES awl CU
n.VJf TOILET SOAPS, PER FI
.BLASS, PUTTY, PAIFTS. 01
OA9BON OIL AND'
amt Hery article HiuoUjr kept in a i
‘ P.URE WINES AND
for medicinal u
DOMESTIC GRAPE WINK—PIi
accurately compounded, at all bon
Altoona, gept. an, 1863:
r pHE Subscribers «roi
I ( announce U the citizens of
that' they haes jost returned from t
i AI4. AND WINTK
ThtSr at«k of HATS & O
lected With great care, aad with
who mtjf Ottor (hem -da their pec
Thctr LA gfßraMßf -nd €
ar* of. at, make, and warrantee
for ladles and Mieses, are jeel
weather aad UTlog health
IA llte pablk for their
haratoWk the, hope to merit a cu
IwSwlio JfiCV ST. next door t
’ AitoamLSaris. »«.
On the Ikh'x .
. , JOHN SHOWXf" r
O ith of Hnntlngd
On the 10th ot 1
- SOLOMAN BIEPI
of this place.
On March 2d,
»f Adam and Catl
■ Jeans nil, •* So