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

frnmM ^^m_^ ^;^ ' -V _BiyunwsmM, May 8,1868; \ _Messbs. Er>rroas:—I do cot feel in the least disposed to quarrel _whh any person, but I do feel a littie cross because I received no Tribune last week. Are you dead, or only sleeping t I have now been in this country of coalmines nearly three weeks, and that I have been ' < bobbing round" some ¦will be evident if you com* fo talk with the/arm<r« of this section. As I told you before there ore some whole-souled men in this and the adjoining _county, (Westmoreland) among whom is Col. Geary Ex-Gov. of Kansas Territory. I met that gentleman two weeks ago. at his home, near New Alexandria, Westmoreland co.,and I shall certainly, aalong as I live, remember the kind reception he gave me--& stranger. A man above price and above corruption is the "ne plus ultra" j_6f the human species, and such ib Sx-Oqvernor Qeary. — This is not _rnecelj «iy auertion, but \it is written, indellibly_^ upon the record of the ...

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

Woodbkbey, May 3, 1858. The gree ting of friends (particularly the female portion) is pleasant, and the words of wel come are cheering. Solaced by such reflections I mounted " Dobbin ¦ " and directed his steps towards this place. I arrived here at noon on last Saturday, and was _sorfify disappointed upon learning that my old friend was abaeut on business which would claim his * attention for several days. After having my nag provided fur I partook of a sumptuous repast prepared by the wife of my absent friend. Let me remark ct pattant that she knows how to cook a dinner, and its adaptedness to a sharpened appetite was highly appreciated. In the afternoon I took a run among some of my other friends who reside near this place. I found them all alive and clever as ever. My ears were regaled with music's strains and " old times " were lived over again. This town is noted for nothing except being remarkable for nothing. I suppose it contains, about three hundred inhabitants-r-perhaps...

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

BQb- Tho Harrisburg Herald, of the 3d inst, says the following facts were _communicated to that paper by a correspondent: : l - " Two Noble Boys.—As the Fast Mail train came to Huntingdon, on the Pennsylvania R. R., on the 80th _ihst, tho Conductor, Colonel Boclofs_, was notified by a small boy that there was a land slido one mile East of that place.— The Conductor gave orders to _Tnn " carefully until he could ascertain the truth of ;the report.— When tho train readied the place there was a large pile of Btones and clay upon the track, enough fo have precipitated the whole train down into the Canal. The boys, whose names are Stewart and Zcigler, had (liscovered the slide, when one of them started to the station to warn the appronching train, while the other remained to give the signal if th« other failed. The Conductor gave them a reward, and reported the circumstance to the SripermteiKlenf, T. A. Scott, who gave them a handsome reward. ¦ - _- ,>. ' ' i _i « _t > i ...

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

_^OPARTNEKSHIP.—The undersign- \_/_, cutovo this. day nsaociated thenwlvra together In i tttt _rriutiug and _Publwhiii K _Buainc&s. They respectfully '. _Vylicit U« patronage of all tlw friends < -f tho oW flnn, and of tho public in general. No pains will be Spared to gjvc ! _gooeral Httisfoctlou. ~ - E. B. _McCIHJM. " MlomalHT 1st, 185?. H. CLAY DEBN. : _N'. B.—All contracts furdabKription or advertising mode ! with $Jl» o!<J Jinn of McCrum & _Allison, for the present year, wuinicncing _pn February 4th, 1858, and not yet com* jiUtod, vrill be _completed tiy-us. • . ' . ;:_^A,ppLpo.y.—Tho sickness of the senior editor, the death of a child of the junior editor, and a perfect _ra_£h of job work, Ea_^c _delayed this paper one daj _,behind ifirac._i^;pir _aiFdDted;i&e ''ii<>_ticQ' .,_«f_. quite a. _Mxpfoer of _ineidents that have lately transpired in our town. We hope our readers _^111 Jiave patience with us.'. _>

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

I: . AjLTOONA, PA. _^THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1858 . .fEkitWhtre parties nro. unknown to m,ourrnlofor adver-4_Mag ta'to rcqnlrc payment _ii;Adrn>icc,oraguanuitccrroin ,_W6wil'p«T80_ln. It is thrrcibru'iuelesa for all such to send HrjuWertisemcntH offcriii;; »o j»y at the end of three or six _WgothM_, WJicn_) ailvort/_js. 'ni'.'iit« aro accompanied with the Inwnjsy, ' whether_, on", five or ten dollars, We will gtvo _tho aAnrtiaer the full benefit of cush rates. IplISSOLUTKpN.-j— The partnership : jL_/ bcretoforc cxbjtWp: _between E. B. McCrum andWm. i51. _AUioon, in tUc _Printing . and Publishing _Dunincss, has ' tlAiA&f been _dissolved liy mutual conjcnt. All parties knowing themselves lijtlebted'to «iid firm will pleaao mako _untKPUTE PATMKST. to Win. ' 51. Allison, at tho Tribune OBiceito irbom tho _Jbwkx and nccounis have been transform*.. '¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ' K. B. McCBUM, 1 'Altoona May l»t, 1SSS. / \Xx. M. ALLISON.

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

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

_fiopt fUraite LOCAL ITEMS. Pat Up 1— M* _*_kk *° _I**7® _*°wn as soon as possible, but cannot, until all the books and accounts of the late firm of M'Crum & Allison, which have been transferred to me, are settled up, I hope all ¦ parties knowing themselves indebted on said _bookstand th" o number is by no _jaeans small) will make it convenient to settle up immediately I can. always be found at the Tribune Office. Wm. M. ALLISON. iHreovwjsNTB.—Notirithstaading the oft-repeated-assertion that Altoona is "almost built up," or ,;ini other words will not improve xduch more, w« have to note the fact that there are, at this time, upwards of thirty houses in process of .erection,—almost as many as are contained in some places that aspire to the appellation of "city." Quite a number of these houses are. what may be _cilled first-class, and when finished will be ornaments to the town and creditable to their owners. _Exchange IIotbl.—Our clever friend*, Bowman, of the above ...

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

Fur tht AUiona Tnbun. To tlie Young Men of Altoona BrightMay—St/mpaViyte'th i dtr Wlns-num Uronger than SympftQtg to'tt tht _XtritHral Wrrrld—T ' _ie discharge—tts cvnie}utnta— W!u> it rtsponiiblc/—* Young AmeriaC w jain. ' - ' ¦ ¦ ¦ -'¦ :. ' ¦¦ ' Young Gentleme.v:—Tins is a bright May morning. As I sit and look from jny window, eycr_^'thing is gay _^ntlcheerful. Mother Earth has put on her _VCTuat;r_^bes-_^the. flowers are filling the pure breezes which sweep along with fragrance—-the treesIare|bp g5uHingt« look green, and theiittle birds are sifagipg; cheerily. And why should not I in sympathy-with all surrounding nature be cheerful and joyous? Yet I am not, I can not be i -_^ A gloom hongs _drcr me which I can not shake off. The reason is that I{ am a creature of sympathy. You'may be ready to wouder then why I am not in sympathy with the gay and cheetful looking earth—the-trees, tli_^ flowers and the birds. It is becouso I •Bympathize yet more deeply, with my fellows...

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

D»tlUWUr, A*, _OVQ. CLASS 17. To bo drawn In the City .of Augusta, Georgia. In publicon Saturday, May 29, 1888. ; '• ¦?¦¦ > s ON THE PLAN OF SINGLE NCMBER8. ! CTS _THOCBAITD _F0U» _HVXIttCB AHD nOHTT-FrvE _PKtZSS Nearly one. _Prite to ertry Kite Ticktti! '¦': ¦ MAGNIFTC_3CT SCHEME! '-{ TO BC BKAWX KiCH SXTURPAT _Df _AHUL. ; ' - • lPriMof $70,000 4-Prixeof _; | BOO 1 ¦- a 30,000 4 « : «? ' Jr :!¦ 800 1 « « 10,000 4 " « ,'' I 700 l « " _bfl_* 4 • « ;i : eoo 1 « , " 4,000 50 _PrUos of _S 1 ; J00 i « -. 3,_ooj|M « « ';¦ _' ¦ ¦* wo 1 « « WOO 100- « ] 126 4 a I_^OOISW « «? .i;1 - 100 APPBOX1MATION PRI7JS. . - • ' ;:"_\: 4 Prises of $400 Approx'ting. to SlQfiQO Pri» ar*«,flOO 4 a a 300 « « _gojooo u . • ¦ «]*; _Tjf_' _aoo 4 « w a» ' :«« ¦ " i<m»o « « .»» 4 u a 1_J_5 « « 6,000 _« M i; 600 4 " a 100 _t " ¦ t 4_J0O0 " "; " 400 4 u a T5 o « _j_^_oojj u u./ i goo 4 « « 60 « « lfiO6 « «;: 200 6,090 " " $9 we 1:100,000 5,486 Prizes amounting to gSgLOOO Whole Tickets «1O: Hal...

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

MARYLAND STATE LOTTERIES FOR MARCH, 1858. B. France & Co., Managers of the Maryland State Lotteries, present the (allowing Splendid Schemes ~ ." • FOR MAY, 1658. They caution purchasers of Tickets to beware of ordering Tickets in Lotteries -whero extraordinary largfr Capitals arc offered for a small cost of Tickets—all such are swindles • "' ... . ¦ _J. The Maryland Lotteries have been in existence for Borty Years. They ure drawn by a State Officer, and caii b> relied on. If yon draw a Prize, you will get your money.— The whole country Is flooded with _bogus Lottery concerns. Beware of them. _49~0rder in the Maryland State Lotteries. _HAOSmcKIT SCBKKC GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY. CLASS Gj To bo drawn ia Baltimore City, _^_Tay 22,185S. 4^*T6;D.rawn _BoUota out of 78, "ft* jinking more Prizes thatt Blanks. Every _Pockago of 26 Tickets must contain 10 drawn numbers, so that there arc 10 Prizes to 10 Blanks. 1 Grand Prize of $40,000 10 Prize of $300 1 Prize or 10_JW0...

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

ONLY ONE BOTTLE op DB. .SAN-FORD'S INVIGOBATOB OB LIVEB BEMEDT_; 1$ t Jvjuired to cure any one troubled with Liver Complaint*, _tutlMS the most desperate of cases, -when thu second _bottla wiu, with scare* a einglo failure, restore tho patient to health and vigor. /Wo wish to call the attention of all to _theos fiicta, that the _Invigomtcr is compoiuidu'I by a physician Whir has used it hi his practice for the Iwt _fHvuty years with a success almost credulous, and it is entirely vegetable, I** inscompoaed wholly of gurus. Some idea of the _strength of these gum? nxiy be formed when it is known one bottle of the Invigorstor contains as much strength as one hnndred Jodct_) of Calomel without an/ of its deleterious effects. One bottle is the surest thing known to carry away Ui« bad _effects of _miueral poison of any- kind. Only one bottle of it _t needed to throw out of-the •jsfeim the effect of medicine after a _lonj? _mcknesti. . One bottle taken for Jaundico removes all yellow...

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

fUHE NEW ROCHELLE OR LAW- 1 TON BLACKBERRY. Having made _arrangementa with Rev. J. Cnox for a supply of giants 6_t this valuable Blackberry, 20,000 _strong thrifty plants are oftVred at the following prices: 1000 plants $125,00 25 plants f&M 500 « 6600 12 ' « _^3» 250 _« _MflO 6 «? • : _lj» 100 " 15,00 3 « ' . _ljoo » « 8,00 1 " ¦ ¦ _^0 . Th« "Springfield Republicnn," of _MaBsaohusctts,. s*ja: "It is the Queen of all berries, of most magnificent propof* Uons, extpiislte-flavor and delicate texture." \ Extract from the proceedings of the American Pomolori col _Societj, hell In Boston: .~*r _yix. Cabot, of Moss. " I wish to inquire about the Mow Bocbelle Blackberry." Bev.WM. Cleft, of Stonington, states: "The New Bochelle Blackberry has fruited with me for tho first _tiflja this ceason; _itfulfillt all itt _promises, wfiirA U all that _uttd betaid _ofit. Cowingjust after Raspberries, it prolong* the _seajon of small fruits a month or more, and it tea grea acquisition. It...

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

Ii>, no doubt, the most wonderful _dLocoter . v of this age o progress, for it will restore, permanently, Rray hair to _ltk original color, cdvc* tho head of the bald with a most luxuriant growth, remove at occe all dandruff and itching, cur_» all scrofula, and other cutaneous eruptions, such as scold head, etc. It will cure, us if by _niHRic. _nerrotrfttr pcrioiWcal headache; make tho hair soft, _glosov and _prcjerre the color per ii-ctlv, and the hair from falling,- to _extrvma. old age. The following is from a distinguished member of la* medical profession; : - ET. Paci. January 1,1856. PBor. O. J. Wood—Dtar Sir:—Unsolicited, _l «end y«« this certificate. After beins hearty baUl for a long time and having tried all the hair reattjrath'e3CXt!Mit,an<lha.vtttg no faith in anyV I was Induced, en hearing of _yourn, to give it a trial. I pll«d myself in tho _hamls of n barber, and had my head rubbed with a good stiff brush, and the _retto_* ratlve then applied' _&lt...

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

T 1ST bF _LETTERS _REMAINING \l in the Post Office at Altoona, Pa- on tho 4th day ol 3_WyT1868, • • . Allen. E G Myers, Georxe 2 Brideubaugh,JJ Mil ler, Jacob n _s Buyers, Martha . Mosej, Ciiroline _Beiswanger, J Q 2 Maloney, Peter . Bowers, _LUote & 2 Mnrphy, _Jantea Brooks, Mary Myers, James • . Berlin, JL Mosebaugh_, John ¦ BeodericVFlrgU *' Moore, Th Bradley, W Murray, Peter CaiBiday, Elijah 2 McHugb, Nancy V Clark, P J- ¦ McTjano,_»ober t Cowan, EL. McCaw!?KTh<unas Cox, Harrison O'Keion,PanieI Davis, Wm Patterson, Wm Doty,Mo»«. . _PooteiJIl Fry, Catharine Rankin, EM France, Samuel SchucklinB, Mary &rie_«baber, Anton Sccrist,_ElT _GiUman, J B Shdow, John Oaber,JSUcabeth Stewart, Lucy M Gray, Margaret Stewart, J S _Hosa, JosiahM Thomas, Wm ' BUI, Jobs ¦ Trimmel, Win House, Milton' Talmore, John Hess, Godfrey Wmy, Rev John _Horpst, John Washington. Qeorge Hawk,_WUliam Watterson, N Henber, S W Wens, Leyi Irwin, Matilda Wurch, JD ¦ Kirkpatrick, J A Wolfe...

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

ALTGONA MARKETS. COCEKCTED _WEES1T BY tOTSTHEB « M ' _DOITEIX. Flour—Snperflno, _^ tbl. |_MS ". Extra, fi a $W0 CornStaU, _^ c_^rt, . SOO Buckwheat _%4 u VQ Potatoes, _f ibu«h. . T6 Apples, _g " « Butter, f _» • _» Lard, * " j J4 8id«7 9 " W Eggs, «*»• ' 'I 1_« WLAJS * LJRBR'S ?U»U& MARKET. M'Loin k Lclir sell tbefr Ftdur «t tho following rates:— WlutoWh«rtlfloTir,Bxte»_r<ttnny, f>X!tii. $5J5 « « •» •» 8npwnno_, « $W7«@5,OO «' u " 8_i_«Wfl_>wV ' _" '^^«,T6 _H. LKUR'S _YWJtfa _MABKCf. Fitr» _family _Ilonr, ' _^ bM, $ 8o^' cBttra,.b ! ft qu S _lte: T «* * fi_» ' _™ u _5m«h Creek, - _h * 00 supbrftap, , - " " , -* W

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

_pHEAP GOODS! CHEAP GOODS VV —The subscriber would respectfully inform the citi- zens of Altoona and vicinity that he has Just received his stock of . SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, consisting, in part, of LADIES' PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS, "' ' such as Silks. Satins, Bareges, D'Laincs, Chnllies ' , ' _Dncals, Lawns, Gingham*, Prints; 4c, together with all kinds of Dry Goods, all of which will be _sotf cheap for cash. lie has also oh hand a large stock of \ . GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, BOOTS AND SHOES, and all other goods _tunally kept in stores in this plaeo. Having adopted the CASH SYSTEM in my business and being resolved to carry it out, I have marked my goods at CASK PRICES, and Invite inspection and _comparison, in regard to prices and q wOity, with _tlioso of any other store ju tOo town. Givo me a cull and judge for yourselves. Country product: taken in exchange for goods, at the highest market prices. . AprU2Wy] J. B. UILEMAN.

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

_JfigS_^X Carlh-To Ladies —RB.'Dcrosco's _Gowex _1'EKeeH Pu.t.s are infallible in removing stoptiges and _imqujaritiet of the metuur. Thwo Pills are nothing new but have;b<?ou used l>y th<> doctors for mxmy yoiirs,'l>oth in France and Aincricn, with _unparnlieled success in ' every case; nnd ho is urged by many thousand lardii'3 who have used them, to make the Pills public, for the alleviation of those suffering froin any _Irregnlnrities of whatever nature, as well as to prflveht pregnancy to to those ladiea whose health will not _perinlt an increase of Cimily.— Pregnant females, or those supposing themselves so. are cautioned _agiiinst using those l'ills while pregnant, as the Proprietor assumes no responsibility after the above admonition nltho' their mildness would prevent any _mirchief to health; otherwise these Pills are recommended. Full nnd explicit directions accompany each bos. Price $1 per box. Sold wholesale _^nd retaifby G. W.KKSS...

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

_»&- $70,000 TO BE HAS FOR $10! _^W OWAN,& GO'S LOTTERIESJ AU- _O THORIZED BY THB STATE OF GEORGIA; Thefollowlrig Scheme will bo drawn by 8. Swan A Co-Managers of the Sparta Academy Lottery, in each ot their Kagto-Nnmber _lotteries, for May, 1858, _nt _AVGTJSTA, a«orgjta, to which tity they have removed their principal •nice. ._'-?• ¦ . . CLASS 15, To b« dfawn ia the city of Augusta, Georgia, in public, th eaturday, Slay 1, 1SSS. To be drawn to the City of Augusta, Georgia; in public, on Saturday, May 8, 1868. - CLASS 16, . : ' \ To be drawn in the City of Augusta, Georgia, in puplic, on Batnrday, May 15,1868. r ' CLASS 18, • • ' To be drawn in tho City of Augusta, Georgia, in public, on _fllttT 1

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

TT A T_.TT A TU_,l!_PROPlR!rVl?mi _kv -v _jm 1B> I -*"~ ^*_" - _•* •^•^ < _fu _«k_^ _• ¦ _ _^w _^ _^ -m_.m ._^.w _^ , * .-\_r ._^_w y- _^ SALE.-_^-Tho undersigned offers, for. sale a tract of EIGHTY ACRES of laa. ct, situate in Furgnson townsliip, deorfield county, on the South b54o of the west Branch of the 8u»qnehanna Biver, about fire miles from _CurwensTiUe aiid one mflo below Lumber City. Tho prtnrlwf are conveniently situated, and among nthur Inducements to pur chasers ore two extensivo beds of - _i IKON OBE, - one of which exceeds nlno feet in thicknwwand yields from forty-five to ulghtj per «ent* There is. also an abuudance LIMESTONE AN» STONE COAX. ' on too premises, making it a ' desirable situation to persona wishing to engage in the niann&cturo of Iron. " _Tberols the best of water power oh ' the " premises_^ and tho river is naVigable _witn arks, boot*, _ftc_^ _firora this point. ' Persons desiring any further information win address r WM. G,...

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

_r_%N MANHOOD, AND ITS PREMA- V_^_ii _TUiU; _BECliLSE. —Just Publiahed,.Grati8, the 20th Thousand: ' . A FEW WORDS ON THE RATIONAL TREATMENT without Mr _cUcine, of Spermatorrhea. or Local Weakness, Kocturnal Emissions, Genital and Nervous Dibility_, Impotoncy, and _Impedmontfl to Marriage generally, by B. DE LANBY, _Jf. D. The important (act that the many alarming complaints, originating in the imprudence and solitude of youth, ' may be easily removed WITHOUT MEDICINE, is in this small tract, clearly demenstrated; and the entirely new and highiy sncceraful treatment, as adopted by the Author, fully explained, by means of which every one is enabled to core HIMSELF perfectly and at the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised nostrums of tlie day. Bent to any address, gratis and. post free Ui a scaled envelope, by remitting (post paid) two postage stamps to Dr. B. DE LANES' , 88. East 31st street, New York City. SrayC1858.

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