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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 29 April 1858

T TOTTOR?;.—A _LARftE _AMOTTVT \_l of well selected AIQT7_ORS hoa been received at tfcou LOGAN HOUSE," _BoUidaysbnrg, which will bo sold at tho _lowest cash prices, wholesalo or retail.! The man who wants has only to . call. .[Dec.17.tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 29 April 1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 29 April 1858

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 29 April 1858

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 29 April 1858

W. CirrsixanAM. '"_' • V. _CcssisoiuM. B. _Cussisoiujs D. _IflJUK5, i . r- Q.pcscAS. — * _^_hiii_^^ PITTSB_^trit CITY _GLASSWORKS •:¦' WArvEaousii _ioo,\yATfitt ' si..4!a»i*>_-«u_^T _W» : • 'pifTSaUROH. ' PA-, j>«iweoen _VTwxl«ndf Sm:th9cH - _^_j; - ' _, v ,3iA.SWAQitfRERis OP ' ''" PlUstiurgliJtity Window Glass /¦*-:¦ - ' WUGQISTS' QLASS-WAKI_?, _^_fe_^ VEEK -LG^^; _CONVEX .GLASS, _< -For Parlor.Wtn_^w_*, (jliorches and Public _Quiiiiinga. _^oimi _^ _ADraip_^_lya,-: , ;, - : ' __ ¦ ¦; . i j ,! '' . . / * j ; '

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 29 April 1858

_rpHE SUMMER SEASON—JESSE 1. .SMITH would respectfully inform the citizens of Altoonaf and the public generally that ho has just _rtturao4 from the £a»t with a large and varied_^_MOrtjnest " nAi3 _AND CAPS, IP Which he " purchased; at low price* for cash '^^¦H and will sell at _^_l_^L_^L_^_v ' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, atbJtHmaii advance on the original cost_, lit* _PtocJc _anoiiriics HAT5 and CAPS of every _dftociiption, _^siz« aiid _ehapo. All who" arc-In w*iit,of anything in _hla lino will do well to give him ft cull, ax bit fuels confident h> can suit tho _itost _ftatidiou*, lit qnalitr and _pric_*. . .- lie is _alyvaya ready and willing :o exhibit his stock free cf crinrgr, ho that none need fear to call and examine before purchasing _elsewhere. \ _JUimeiuber that hia *torc in on Virginia street, directly oppoaito the Lutheran Church. [April Mm,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 29 April 1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 6 May 1858

_B_>mtt _^_KsctHang _^ A Pleasant _Xesson. 1 One evening as a poor man and his wife : with five or sis children were sitting at the door of their cottage, one of the children said: "0, father, how poor we are I do wish a good fairy would come and tell us where we might find a great treasure. IgnessI would not sit all day idle any more, and have so little to eat." No sooner said than done—a beautiful woman/ with radient countenance, stood before them, who said, •' Little hoy, I heard you wish, and if you will obey my directions, you may find agreat treasure." Then.turning to the man, she skid,"A treasure lies hid in your grounds j if you will _Boelc for _i_^ yoia y nU find, aad-inay have it _j it is not three feet from _the surface either j begin to dig to-morrow for it" .She then _wentj away. i The children clapped their hands, for joy, and the man and his wife could hard ly eredit their ears that they had really heard such a thing, for they were poor indeed.; Thoug...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 6 May 1858

' Blonej well Spent.. An industrious joiner, who earned mugh money, used to content himself with, very_^ Bimple fate, Clothed himself and family in a plain, and neat manner; and carelully avoided all _superflupiis _^ _experises. ' Where do you _* •_$&%' the money whi«h you have%rer, _jtfSster Joiner V asked hit neighbor, * _turner. • The joiner answered,'I pay off some debta with part of the money, and put I put out at interest.' , ' _; : ; ' Ah!' said the turner, _< you are joking 1 You have neither debts to pay, nor; a cap-' iial out at interest anywhere/ ¦ " ' \} \'-\ 1 Yes indeed, I have,' said the joiner} ' let me, only explain the thing _ixt ybu>- Observe, then; all the money which my good parents have laid out upon me sinoe the hour that I first saw the light I consider as raj debt, which I must repay them, but the money which _t ky out upon my childred, in order _^b get them a good education, I consider as my capital, which some day, when I am o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 6 May 1858

How It Happened ' Bring them up/ said the ' magisterial functionary: ' we 11 settle matters.' Yes bring them up! Huddle the Godforsaken mortals together! Arraign them —hear their abject prayers, and Aen—give them justice' tempered with mercy! Certainly, who can doubt it when all know that justice and mercy abound in the administration of law to the wretched rabble. Oh, certainly! Bring them up. And they were brought up. The motley crew, one and all, gatherings as, they were from that awful-set, whose wretched street life, is happily, except on such occasions as these, half-hidden from mortal ken and Christian comment by generous night. Bring them up—and* in they were brought. ¦ :• - Blear eyed age, and. hardened youth with haggard faces, with bruised limbs, with hang-dog walk, fornis sweltering vermin haunted rags, that the damp of the cell walls had made heavy aud slimy—men women, a boy and a girl, all were there. Bring them up—for the coach and two awaits at the curb, to c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 6 May 1858

PROSPEGTUS " W !H» ' ¦ " ¦ ¦ ¦ . ¦ ¦ -¦¦ . . ; ALTOONA TRIBUNE. THE CABH 8Y8TBH ADOPTED! ¥lie C_^_eapesit Paper in the _Cdttnty! With tin _presaot number, the 7Vt6uriehas«n- j Ur*d upon. Us third volume. Commenced at a: time when 'the confidence pt the citizens of Altoooa in _newspapers and newspaper pnblisbew' was considerably shaken, if not totally annihila-' ted, it, baa slowly but, surely restored that con-; fiilence, and now stands upon a _Burefoundation, and Is universally acknowledged to be one of the filed institutions of our town. JBut this result has not been aebieYed without a hard struggle, and _considerable expenditure of time and moons on the part of its editors. The _steady increase of patronage, however, has _affott_^ indubitable evidence that tbeU labors have been apoiaUd. ' ' ' Y ¦ ': ' ' • •; ' ¦ ': i = In _antwing upon tho new _Tolome it is almost unnecessary to say that the _JH_5w?< will coiitinae to be " Iiro«pk»OB« ui Evkj_^_ixsihq," being biassed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 6 May 1858

A Disappointment. .. < I A capital story is told of a young feltow, who on Sunday strolled into the village church, and, was electrified and gratified by the sparkle of a pat r of brilliant black eyes, which were rivet _ed upon his face. _Alter service he saw tie possessor of the witching Orbs leave _thi church alone, and emboldened by her glance, he ventured to follow her, his heart acliing with rapture_, fie saw her look behik d, and fancied she evinced some emotion zX recognizing him He then quickened his pace, and she actually slackened hers, as if to let him come up with her-—but we will permit the young gentleman to tell the rest in his own way: f • •" 2_?_0ble young cjre _$ure!" thought I; "her artless and warm teartis superior to the bonds of custom. "I reached within*a stone's throw of her. She suddenly hal ted, and _turned her face tome. My hear._§ 3W.elled to bursting, I reached the spot wh< re she stood. She began to speak, and l| took off my hat as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 6 May 1858

Save It. " ' . ' ¦ :(!¦ . Yes, young man, save it. Put it in a safe place, and add to it often. We refer to the half-dime you were about to expend for a cigar, or the dime you are on Jtne point of exchanging for a "drink." ,Qet a stout box made, and whenever you fare tempted to spend your coin for a useless indulgence, drop it in the said box _instead, and listen to its musical jingle. Ah j you have no idea how three cent bits and halfdimes, and quarters count up. But try this savings-bank for a year, and then count your coin, and you will learn how much money you might have wasted. And not only wasted money, but time-_^precious, priceless time, and formed _habijs of idleness and dissipation which cling to the unfortunate possessor as the fabled poisonous shirt pf Narcissus clings to him whjo once put it on. Yes, save your money, young man, and spend your leisure hours at home with your mother and sisters, and occupy yourself with earnest, judicious study, and instead of bei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 6 May 1858

A Haro Story • , * . -- _i_^^mm_^m ' __ . . . _",. -'¦ ;^. ,: There i& a doctor in the North-wcsjtein part of Philadelphia who is especially_. remarkabie for beinc, as the wpmen term P * short and crusty. A week or tiro _smc© he was called upon to visit % patient _^rho was laboring under a severe attack of cheap whiskey. . . ' . ' :._ ¦ .- '_^:. ' Well, doctor, I'm down you geOr—completely floored—-Fve got tb,e tremendiptts Delirium, you perceive. *1 ^" ' TrtmenSf you fbolj where'd yoiiget rum V queried the doctor, _v . i _Z i ' Alltoverin spota-—broke out prpmis cuoualy, doctor/ " ' . _, 1 ' Served you rightl Where'd. yottyjet your rum?' ' ' .. -' ¦ '' . . ¦:' :' if\: _- ' Father died of the same- disease; fcool _^ hinj| under the short ribs and carried him off bodily,' . If; ' Well, you've got to take something immediately.' ;¦ I . ' You're a trurap_, doctor—here, wifejWU take a nip of ojd rye.' _ci ' Lie still blockhead. Mrs. B., if _pnr husband should get worse b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 6 May 1858

TflE ALTOONA TRIBUNE. _HcCfiCM k ALLISON, _Pnbltohow and _Proprietor*. Fttunio , (payable Invariably In adTance,) $l|_fiO All p_»p«rt _dboonUnaed at the expiration of Uw ttme paid for. _^ •^ nuts o» _Aswnioco. 1 Insertion S do. 8 do. roorUDMorVtu, % * * Sl>_$ $ fio One * !«»«,< 3lifl_*O w » .-•» ¦ <* Two " Hd" 100 1» 2 00 Tbrw) " (M " ) 1 60 SIJO -8 60 Orertltfeew<wkaanil«a than thmaumtbt, 95 cents per klUN for e_«ch lAMttloo. \ _ftmooUu. _$mo«_Uii.;.ly«* fiUUaaiorUJi, $160 $8 00 $6 00 0u6K«*«. **> 4 00 _TOO T«ro " « 00 «00 10 00 Three " 6 00 8 00 1« 00 poor " ' 0 00 10.00 H00 Hilf & _coltuan, 10 00 U00 90 00 Oaacolttuuu 1* 00 26 00 40 00 AdmlnUti*tow _aaa _txtnfcun Motto*, 176 Merchant* _adrertUing by tho _jUr , time stum, .. with liberty to chugs, t _" 10.00, Profouioiial or Buiiaeu Cuds, not excMdlsf 8 line*, with paper, per yew, ' 6 00 OommnnicatioD* of a political character or _indlTtdoal _bt» Wrost will bo chargvd according _tot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 6 May 1858

Cl_««lBg _Scenet In me _lVesfaiatave. "Boll _toratm «ff<et the poUHcl«n*« part, And loarn to nod and amllc, auJ shrug _with art; - -' ¦ Wbo nothing haa to lose, tho war bewaiU; ¦ And he _wno nothing pays, at taxeB iftilB." On Thursday evening, our Legislature ad« journed sine die, ' _nitH wbat Goodall of the Mir. ror would . call "abigh old time." The Harrisburg Herald publishes the nigbt session in fullsense, fun, frolic and all, from which wo mnko a few extracts, preceding them by a stanza from Churchill: " AH would be deemed, e'en from the cradle fit To rule ia politic* as well as wit, The grave, tho gay, tho topling and the dunce. Start up (fiotl bleu ua!} _^_tatesmcu ail at once ."" It was moved, that the Speaker pro. tern., Mr. _Soiith of Cambria, be requested to _siag " Annie Laurie," beforo tho final adjournment. Adopted, amid loud cries to "go on." &c. It was moved that a committee be appointed to wait on the gentleman, and induce him to do so. Not consider...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 6 May 1858

I;;,.- -_^:_ijB*^pm!_Udw<u_^_g _% - '¦* On Friday afternojob_\ last, «s was expected, although earnestly deprecated, the English Kansas bill went through the House with flying colors. The Vote on acceptance was 112 yeas and 103 * nays , leaving a clear majority of nine votes.—: Forney's J_*rets, in speaking of the pasage of this bill ,; says:—_= ' "Bat ire have!no rejoicing over a common shame. We have no words of congratalatioa at an event which inflicts disgface npon our common country. The more we deliberate upon the record of the last fourteen months, the more •do we feel that a iblow Jias been struck at the very heart of our institutions,, from which-we may never recover. . • . _^ We saw in this Kansas business, when it assumed its new _sha pe, last* autumn, - the seeds of a fatal _demoraliiaaon,- Previous to that period it bore the aspect of eminent fairness. SfrrBuohanan appeared to us ' , in all his early movements in regard t_«t> it, to be inspired by a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 6 May 1858

PKH AHD SCISdOB& WS- Jfr. Georw Stroop, has _dispbsed of his interest in thy-Any Coyjity P*mocr<tt_£ lo his par tner, Mr. £ A. _Magee. ; "' _,vjar_"Part<medr-tMr. Price |_of the Workman's Advocate," _trho was cqh«ned>* jail at Pottsville, for libel, has been pardojiei by the Governor. Bight. , * B_^. The largest regular army ever seen in India is that now under command of Sir Colin Campbell, constituting a force of 65,000 men. B&» Printers with nine children are hereafter to be exempted from, taxation, in the State of New York. A cotemporary commenting on the foregoing item very justly remarks ; safe legislation that, we would like to see the printer who has anything to tax after feeding nine children. : 9g&_» Good—wages in Oregon. Men get from $40 to $120 per month m lumbering establishments, and, from $40. to $50 on farms. Carpenters get from $4 to-$6 per day. Flour from $12 to $16 per bbl. Beef froia $8 to $15 per 100. Pork $10...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 6 May 1858

To tbe Public With this _ntwnbcr ray connection with theiA-ltoofttf_^ Tribune ceases. --'It _Aa trancce_^ary :_tp_^puBUqly_^ specify the reasons viich batei rpronipto3 niy withdrawal, suffice it to *ay, thatit was from no want of oivcouragerneBt on the part of the patrons 6f _jtlic Tribune in _general, and of the tnfci-4 cu« of _^l(oona in particular. Far. from it. Spring the two years and a half _thatt I lia\;e been counocted with this paper, I Kare never yethad caasc to complain of (he' encouragement I lave receivedy in fact_^it has far exceeded my moat sanguine _expectations. _, For this, I now return my most sincere thanks. ' ¦ ¦ _' ' < ' "V.- ; "As an editor_, x _haye always striven to livei _|»pi to tlio _Jilatform of principles my late partner and inyself _adopted for our _guidahcej and publicly announced, through the first copy oTthe Tribune: r ' ¦ ' _" - " •* Be._joat and fear _njot; X«t all the end* tUou _aixu'st at bi thy ' coantry'B ' Thy _QodXand truth' *...

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