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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

lie Did and then lie Didn't. Mr. James Johannes Smith was a man of a somewhat equivocal stamp, or at least everybody said so, and that makes it true. Yet he was an accommodating neighbor_, and went to meeting Sundays, and had been known to till his experience, the wickedness of which drew many a sigh and groan from the pious old deacons.— He used to drop a dime regular into the contribution box, and sometimes a quarter, but then that wasn't all. He was said to he guilty of paying more attention to a couple of sparkling black eyes, than to the devout teachings of the minister, and the deep sigh which now aud then escaped hia breast, was not exactly of a go-to-meeting character. Kate Hopkins had the above alluded to eyes,, _Jiuw i hatesuch eyes,)and had a good _briugmg ay, but they were a little too _mischievous and black for the welfare of her heart. She boarded at James' house. (James was a married man ) She, too, went to meeting regular, but was particular fond of going eve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

PROSPECTUS OF IBB " v ALTOONA TRIBUNE \ _^^^_T ^^^" _^^ ^»^P" ~*^^ -_^_P_*^- ¦^is_^sF' _«# THE CASE SYSTEM ADOPTED! The Cheapest Paper in the County! With the present _buinber, the Tribune has cntarod _upqn. its third volume. Commenced at a time whea the eonfidenco of the citizens of Altoo&ft in _newspapers and newspaper publisher* *_OM considerably shaken, if not totally annihilated, it has slowly but surely restored tbat con-¦fldenee, and now stands upoa a _surefoundation, -aad ia universally acknowledged to be one of the fixed institutions of our town. But _tbis rc-¦ult has not been _achieved without a hard struggle, and considerable expenditure of time and _meani on the part 'of its editors. The steady increase of patronage, however, has afforded indubitable evidence that their labors have been ap--eiatatl. i . la entering upon the new Tolume it ia almost mn_^_ecessary to say that th* Tribune will coittin - 40 to be " IjtDEPRSDEXt Hi _EvtBTTHlKO," beiag biassed nei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

Anecdote ofHavelock. During his stay in England, ibfiUMPHs tor Vent one evening to the _housA o£th_» colonel, in compliance with an _ravi_^_m^|.; In the course of conversation, Mrs. Ha** lock turned suddenly round to her has b«nd, and_«H, «By _ty_*_tt_?_W&_$_6_to where is Harry 1\ referring to h§r #0», whom she had not seen daring tne whole afternoon. The colonel started to hie feet. ' Well, poor fellow, he's standing on Xibn> don bridge, and in thb _cofd_, tOOV I told him to wait for me there at 12 o'clock _to_» day; afld in the _pressure of _business al —7T—, I quite forgot the appointment._^ The father and son were" to nave met it twelve at noon, and it was now after _ser* en o'clock in the evening. Yetthefatiber seemed to have no doubt that Harry Would not move from his post until he appeared_, the colonel at once rose, ordered a cab to be called, and, as he went forth to deliver his son from his weary watch on London bridge, he turned to excuse himself to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

' Anecdotes _»rStomp _WBhOW The system of cattvaasing and'electioneering as it is carried _Olft iri tfc&Sooth_^_ept, affords much that! is _amusinig as Well »• instructive. We find tf rich _jjpfce, said id have occurred in a canvass in? _Tennessee, between the Hoff.[Cay* _Johnsoa and Major (Justavus A.! Hen_^ry. £a the _stpry runs, Major H.jiri reply to an aHusioh oif of his opponent as toj _ftia_^maaaer shaking hands, said: i _^ r . ' "I will tell youja_, little anecdote _Ulua trative of the peculiar electioneering »bil ities of my honorable friend in ft_^ intercourse with our intelligent _conaUtttenta We were canvassing in a remote part of the district, and having an appointment to speak near the house of a very influenial Squire, we spent the previous night athisnouse together. It was well known that the Squire controlled all the votes in that precinct, and that his better half con* _trolled him, so that it was _ftU important ta get on the right pide of her. . W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

THE ALTOONA TRIBUNE McCRVH 4 AMJ80X, Publishers and Proprtoton. P<T«anum, (payable lnT«riably In advance,) $1,50 AH p_»_J>*n _ditcontlnued at the expiration of the time BAldfor: _tUIIS 0* A»Y«mslKO. _ix , ' - * lMortlop a do. -3 do. _!ffoorlbM_«orteu, $26 $ 37J_£ $ so One •_&««* ,( 8 linw_.) 80 76* 100 !_Two « (US "' / 1« 1 60 2 00 Tbr te " > (M « ) 1(0 2 00 2 60 Om throe weeks and 1_«m than three month*, 26 oenU per ¦ qnare-for each _iiuortion. ¦ •. ¦ Smontht. . Omonthi. 1 year. JixllDMgr.lMa, $160 $3 00 _$>5 00 Onesaoare, 2 60 4 00 7 00 Two " 4 00 6 00 10 00 Threeu _? 6 00 r 00 ' 12 00 ?_oar " 6 00 10 00 14 00 Half a column, 10 00 14 00 ,20 00 0n_» column, ¦ _ 14 00 26 00 40 00 AdmiaUtratorx w<_5 Exocotow _Notiaw_, 1 75 Merchants Advertising by the year, three squares, with liberty to chAnge, s 10 00 Iftpfetslon&i or _Dusluets _Cardc, not exceeding 8 line*, with papor, per year, & 00 , C6mmnnk»tloiiB of a-political _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

:/ _PHTAftD SCIS8OBS _VS_^ TrmBp-_^Mudon _sreets. _4S _T Court commences next Monday. _igU_. Ta-tbwn—any quantity of measFe_*. J®* Pleasant—dunning and being dunned. _i @- Bard on sole-leather—Hunting up delinquents. BQfc. Handsome—Jessee Smith's new stock of Hate, Ac , ; _ffSfO tf to the Editorial Convention—the Junior. B&_* Will the Whiff please tell us bow old _Mathusalum was ! , i_®,Spreading—the small, pox at the Poor House in this country. 8®, A father called his son into a crowded stage—"Ben-jam-in!" : JJgy" Some "on a talk, if not ou a wireroap walk—Yankee Smith. _$_gi,Read the letter to Young Men, this week. It is truly interesting. - _Bgju In Session—The Editorial Convention. May it result in benefit to the croft. _Ug_^, H° n - Jono Ewing» forinerly a member of Congress from Indiana, is dead. jggy- Excellent for the first—the entertainments of Voung Men's Dramatic Association, last week. I B_^, The man who ate his dinner with.the _^ork of a river, has been en...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

Th_« Proof Again. Th» Standard man and his friend the ¦'• pedagogue" aro on hands again, in the laat Standard, with a rehash of their vapid taponngs and scurrilous blackguardism. — They demanded from us the proof that Walker or Douglas proved the President as •* idiot" or a « lunatic?" We famished it rather stronger than they could hear, and yet they have the un parallelled effrontery and unblushing impudence tosay, that wo have merely said_^thatr" it is so, because we said it was/' They gay we _" oite no paficages" True we-did not, because that would have occupied too much space.— Bat then we gave the substance of them, tm fairly as either of them could have done They know that, and hence they attempt) by disparaging our construction of them, and blackguarding us, to make their readers believe we failed to produce the proof. A_§ for their abuse we care nothing. It is like themselves, trifling and contemptible. But if . it will be more satisfactory to themj we _wifl _,givi) ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

«h* Committee of _lOwftwbM. _|Wc-flnmoonced Iaat_^_7irt^|f_^_ttt &e Senme had.propcaeda Comnnttee of Conferonce, trn-thc _ilibill admitting_^ H_^_sngas as a State, land expressed the_^_kopiQ that the House :_iroulid rofiiga to;*_eceVe. Since then, however, the Hotfte _ho_^ granted a committee, and the following gentlemen havo been appointed thereon:—• v On the part of the House, Jieoncs. English, of Indiana, (Anti-Lecompton Democrat,) Stephens, of Georgia, (Lecompton Democrat,) _4nd Hoard, of New York, (Republican.) On the part of the Senate, _Alessrs. Green, of Missouri, (Lecompton Democrat,) Scward, of New York, (Republican,) arid Hunter, of Virginia, (Lecompton Democrat.) '- It b considered that, with an honest committee, there can be no agreement in conference, in which case the. question, in its present shape at least, will drop. The opposition to Lecompton have thus far stood their ground manfully, and it is to be hoped: they will remain true to the cause of ri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

Xettar ftw _PhIUuHWd_^ s- —— * « _* ¦ _^ - ' ¦ ¥mLKi>_XLTBt_£ , Agt ig-19, 1858. Don't "T««pw _fttfl_*tXwit! _iftten itfcfca been some Ifour or five weeks sinee I hare writtan to yon, ' and I can scarcely realize it But to-day, in order to make up|(br lost time, I hare determined to indite thia epistte for you, and I fear without considering the most important part of the business, _Ji _^ something to write about But as " a _laint heirt never won » fair lady/'here goes. I '| ; Our hirsute friend, Mayor Vaux, has had a fine opportunity, during the last week, of playing the agreeable, which his friends say comes so natural to him. A committee of Baltimortjans paid us a visit for the purpose, as is stated, of viewing our many city improvements. The record of their nightly peregrinations has not been made publio as yet;; but the reporters seem to have followed dose by on their foot steps throughout the day, as the columns of our daily papers will testify, teeming as they ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

Petersons' Cotm-naPKrT _Detectob —The following _noti«6 of the _abore taliiable publication w© _^_opj &om _^ Forflisy_^ Press , of ihe 15th j_^t_,i-4 _^0^> ' r.W "Thefiow 8*mi-m6othlj- _^numb«_r toT\ _iAjtfrtt 15th, of Peterson's CainittrfiU Dtteetor, _#_p_$W_£ ed this dwy_, contains the list of tk*_Mp**pt _nje* counterftft bank notes, which have appeared since the isaueoTthelast monthly number. _Jhe best thing is to subscribe to the semi-monthly issue of Petersons' Detector, and thus get a:copy of it every two weeks. We notice a new feature in the present number. This ia a p_«ige of information on finance, locally and generally, written expressly for this work by one of _tbie least visionary, best informed, and most able, experienced, and practical monetary writers in this country. It will be continued in each number of the Detector, and includes information on trade, commerce, money, specie, stocks, bonds, banks, and railroads. We have read every line of the a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

The Hoop Trade. For the edification of our numerous readers the ladies in particular—we clip the following description of one of the greatest "Hoop Skirt" manufactories in this country, from an exdhange. It will serve to show the extent to which; the article is worn by the women of this country, if not the dimensions, although they are almost equal:— "Douglas & _Shciwooq, the hoop Bkirt manufacturers, turn out 4000 skirts every day, and constantly employ five hundred hands, besides 180 sewing machines ; so says the Journal of Commerce. There is used each week not less than one ton of steel, to :aid the ladies in spreading themselves. Several floors in a large building ore exclusively occupied to their full extent with persons engaged, in cutting cloth, tape, bone and steel1 , and manufacturing small metallic pieces used in constructing the. skirt,—for all of which process cunningly devised machinery i s employed by those who are engaged in adjusting th use parts to e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

Penna. _Agricultural Society The following communication from the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Agricultural Society to a prominent citizen of our county, has been handed to .us for publication. It is of general interest to the citizens of this Commonwealth, especially those partial to Agriculture and Agricultural pursuits. It requires no comment ut out hands, as it is plain enough to be understood by all: ¦ _HABRisBtraa Apbil, 13, 1868. Sib :—Your atteatloais called to the following _iynopais of the proceedings of the " Pennaylyaiuft _Stftte Agricultural 8ociety,7 at its late meeting, held on the ICth of March of the carrent yeo_^. It was then " Rao'_xed_, That David,Taggart and Amos E. Kapp, of _^orthumberlaad, and A. 0. Heister, of _Harrisburg, be appointed a Committee to receive proposals and make tho _oeces_^ay arangementa for the next Annual Exhibition," and Tueaday, Wednesday,, Thursday and Friday, the 28th, 29th and 80th of September, aad * the 1st of October, were fix...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

A JMJ_^ _SCffSMmB_^Q XSW_,_~ ' .¦to? ¦ '¦ "- * . '7/._^-ft I», no doubt, the most wonderful _dUcorery of this _ajs of prognMS, for it will _restore _peraoanentiy, _«r WrMTli origimil color, cover the bead of tho bald with a most lux* riant growth, _ivmore at oner all dandruff and _{trhilcjC1U _* all scrofula, and other cutaneous eruptions, mh as _acalA head, etc. It will ctire, as If by magic, nervous or pariodl cal _headacbr; make the hair soft, glossy ¦»* ptMM it _ths> color perfectly, and the hair from (aUins;_, to exttetM._qU Age. The (blfowih;; Is from • _dtotiaguished member of _|fa_« medical profession; . " . St. Pin. _Jaotuury 1, IBM. Prop. O. J. W»»—Pier Sir T—VtmMdua, I se»l.v>o» thU certificate. After _bwing uearly bald for a long Urn* and having tried all the hair r«*toratite*extf_>J>t,_4tidBavbig no fiilth in any, I was induced, ou bearing of yours, to _gtva It a trial. I placed myself In the hand* of. a barbtr, ud liad my head rubbed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

f_^NLY _BOTTLBn DR. SAN ° FORD'S INVIOORATOR OR LIVER REMEDT, Is < _ujuired to cure any ono troubled with _tivar OompMtits, ituuM the most desperate of caws, when thoeocund boMe _»iu with scarce a _eiiigie Culurc, restore the patient _tobraltli and vigor. Wf> wi sh to c»ll tbe attention of all to . these fucu, that the Invigorator is Compounded bv a physician who has used it in hut practice for the but twenty yean with a suco-ds almost _crwluloiw, and It is _entirely T_^vtabte_, bei ' _necomposed whollyofgums. -_\ _S_^ruo idea of the _utreugtb of these gums may.'be formed when it is known ono bottle of the _Inrigurafor _contal&s as muck _etruDgth a» one _UondreU _Uoaea of Calomel wlthuttiaaf. uf its deleterious (. -fit-eta. •.¦.-¦•• One bottle ia the surest thing known to carry _awsj the bail etfcctd uf _mibcral pouun of any kind. Only one bottle of it i« needed to throw oat of tb»«y*t_« the effect of mndicine after a long sickness. One buttlu ukou for _J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

T»HB NEW _ROCHELLE OR LAW- I TO_> BLACKBERRY. Having mado arrangements with Rev. J.Kdoxfore supply of Plants of this valuable -Blackberry, 30,000 _stroof_, thrifty- plants are offered at the following prices: l()O0 plants $135.00.25 plants M_. _rQ 500 " 65,00 12 " - _^ ,00 250 " _SO_. O-J C " " _1_,7» 100 " 15,00 3 « 1_^0 60 " 8.00| I " _^O The " Springfleld _Rrpnbllcan," of _Massaohnstrts, aays,: " It is the. Queen of all berries, of n_^ost _magntflcqnt proportions, _exquislto flavor and delicate _teitnre/' • • .• ¦ ¦ Extract from the proceedings of tho American Poowloitcal Societ}_, held In Boston: . , - Mr. Cabot, or Mass. " I wish to lnquiro about th« ' K«ir _Boohcllc Blackberry." . ' _( . .. Rev. Wm. Cuan, of Stonfngton, states: "The S«r B> chellc Blackberry hat- fruited with me for the 'first taue tht season; it fulfill* all _itsjarnmint, which is aBthatntcd betaidofit. Coming just after Raspberries, it prbleen the season of small fruits a month or morcy ao...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

_TWTEW _VOTJTMTCS OI? TTTTi_! _FOTTT* J._^1 _OkBAT BBITTSn REVIEWS, namely, Eiinbuiy, North BriUth , WatmintUr, and London Quar-Urtia, and Backwoodst _RHnburq _Magatiiu , (Monthly.) ' . Commence with January, 1868. . Tebvs or _StmscWPTios. —Any one Review or Blackwood, year. Btackwood and ono Review—<_tr two Reviews, $5. The four Reviews and _Blacfcwood, $10. Poor copies Id one address, $30. '. Fostnge (which should be paid quarterly in advance) on the four Reviews and Blackwood to any Port Office in tho _United States, only ISO cents a year, nameK r U cenU a year on each Rtvjew, and 24 cen t* a year on BlafJt wood. ' ' Ac_^_reH ' '¦' : '¦ ¦ I*. 800TT4 00, _Punliahers, ¦ April 8,1868. M Qold Street, corner of Fulton, N. T.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

ranTTR f!4RRVn.T._in _^_aT_^_rrwiw_^r ¦— . J. OSLY $_n»*BB_1<»_JABiER.: mi-* This School for Young Ladles and Gen- _^_fllk tlemen ia probably the cheapest oneortne ^^_HlTlw kind in tho couatry.Uw exueuses for _^HIs IK room ren|, furnitare , fuel, _Ixirt awl tuLMgUI tion in common KngUsh, areper ouartet"''_HBpOPi as above, or per year o&Iy $88. - Ptaao_^_nslcis onl/^per quarter. All the iMifltages circular. Btodents are expected to notify me before com ifebraS-ini] Cassvnie,»nrtiJ.gdonO6i ,»^.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

ALTOONA, PA. XHUJRSJEI, _APfill 22,1858 .*/¦ *• «Ju Whoro parties are ' unknown to us, oar rule for adrcrtitlng-U to require payment in advance, or _ttgusrantee from _fcanwn penons. It _U therefore useless for all such to tend su _wtvettiMiaeDta offering to pay at the end of threw or _«ix Stentht. Where _advertisement* arc _accompanied with Ui« _aaonip_,; vwJbstber. one. Are or tea dollars, we will giro Uks advertiser lbs fall benefit of cash rates.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

fXRmGm AND LEMONS.—300 _Vf i>axM Oranges asd Lemons In store and for sale by _ihrtn_^_Wyi TO _KorthWA_^_gd_^_Sto.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 22 April 1858

OINE GROVE ACADEMY AND JF _SEMINARy. ¦ ¦_- .1 .- J. % THOMAS, A. i_7 _JWaetoalT _^ _, ' The Thirteenth Session of this Institution wtll conunense April 28,1848, and continue five months. : pftnuw—Boardine and tuUlon in " English Branches *S8 !Reference_^-Dr. Q_. P. Thomas, Altoona. [Mar. t&vT

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