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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 20 May 1858

HATS AND CAPS. *^_Hx Which he purchased at low prices for cash _^^^H _, _«nd wi)l sell at *^ia_^B_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 20 May 1858

r\UEENSWABE, JUST RECEIVED. \V, Alargencd feabioueble _assoriaacnt at tWntoreof ¦ _-_^_y: ¦•¦ ¦ ' ' .- ' ¦ ' ' ¦i: : ' :: :-y : '-: " _x_;_v _jaalBMAH, :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 20 May 1858

T?GGS, BXJTTEB AND AXt KINDS ¦ X-J oi country prociacecarMieliatlM \ . ' JnneIB,§ 87-ly ,;.'• ¦ ;¦; _* _^IBNRILEHR'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 20 May 1858

TTAM_3, SIDE, SHOULDER, DRIED ¦ «1;JL • BeeI-* c- always on liand at . ¦:¦ : •' . . -.- • ' . Junel8,'»-lyK . HENRY lEttB'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 20 May 1858

TTAIR, HAT, TOOTH, _SHATIKG si "' _BH Paint, Sash _a_^ Tarnish Brushes ' ¦ ; -: ¦ ' '¦ . ¦' . ¦ _- ' ¦ ¦ _¦ "¦ ¦? -_" ¦¦'¦¦ -: _- _'- _v .: KBSSLER'8.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 20 May 1858

TIICH TOBACCO AN3_lf HIGHLY jLi> S§ T _22_* ._Slw»/ iB sJ>«_Dado«et:: _dm l*Sa« «t _^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 20 May 1858

TTARDWARE OF ALL JXESCRIP _tton Jt » just received and for sale by _^ OefclS-tf] X3.HI1EVAN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 20 May 1858

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 20 May 1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 27 May 1858

:¦¦' „ :. • j' ji., _^ Aiiiii* ¦ >¦' : Served Him Rteht. ¦ - . .. ,.. ¦ .-Wi Jit ¦.-; . :_•_- ¦ ¦ - ¦ ¦¦ ¦• ' - - ¦ ¦ Some years ago, before Pittsburgh,.' the dingy city of Western Pennsylvania, was reached by railroads from the _East_^the wagon was a great _institjataon. The well tried wheeb untiringly toijlfti over mountains and vales making journeys, slow but sure. Dave Stewart was always wagging his tongue in boasting of hjis great _ftate which had been performed in his expedi tions teaming over the Alleghenies. Some of these mountain passes are very narrow cuts into tbe side ot cuns, ana on _outsiae of a pokerish precipice _itdmoijishes the driver to hug close the rock as he goes. When teamsters meet in soph places the rule of the road was set aside and the stoutest man keeps to the wall. Dave was six feet, high and well _^_proportioned like Frank Granger of anti-mason memory—and when one day, he niet _jaix old gentJeman driving along leisurely in his gig, Dave...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 27 May 1858

_BTettry Ward Beectaer. ' - This distinguished divino, Unquestionabl y the most popular pulpit orator in the United States, has an enviable faculty of impressing upon his hearers in short, terse sentences, the opinions which he wishes to inculcate. For example take the following maxima, selected from a work entitled Life thoughts, a volume dffragmentd _gathered from his extemporaneous discourse b y a member of his congregation: "I think the wickedest people on earth are those who use a force of genius to mako _themselves selfish in the noblest tbinga_, _keeping themselves aloof from the vulgar _, and the ignorant and the unknown; riainfe higher and higher in taste, till they sit, Upon the ice, on the mountain-top of eterv nal congelation." •> _: "Men afraid of slight outward acts whiph will injure them in the eyes of othere_, _whHe they are heedless of the damnation whiph throbs in their souls in hatreds and jealousies and revenges." "Many people use their refinements...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 27 May 1858

am IBM ALTOONA TMBUNE. THE CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED! The Cheapest Paper In the _Cflttnty! With the present number, the1 _TW&unebas entowd upon ita third volume. - Commenced at a time when the confidence of the, citizens of Altoona in newspapers and newspaper publishers was considerably shaken, if not totally annihilated, it has slowly bat sorely restored that confidence, and now stands upon a sure foundation, and is universally acknowledged to be one of the fixed institutions of our town. But this result has not been achieved without a hard struggle, and considerable expenditure of time and means on the part of its editors. The steady increase of patronage, _howerer, has afforded indubitable evidence that their labors have been ftpoiated. In entering upon the new volume it is almost unnecessary to say (hat the _TW&une Trill continue to be " LtDBPEHDKKT a Etkbtthimo," being biassed neither by fear, favor nor affection, in favor of partiet or sects. In this respect ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 27 May 1858

BttEACH OF PROI_»IS£. BY A BET1BED ATTORNEY. "Ib it possible, Roselieavitt V exclaimed I, as I saw a lady whom I recognized as one of j bhe beautiftU heiresses of Boston enter my _iffiice. _s " I dare say yoa are surprised, but my _boainess is of a strictly legal character, so you most not waste any exclamations upon the,eyienV' '" l ' .. " _' . " r . " " _' "' Ko9B Leayitt was a beauty and an heiress, but she was a strange girl for all that. Her father ' had died when she was about sixteen, leavine something like a milliofa to be divided between her and her two brothers. ' _Charlea and Henry Leavitt were much older than she, and both of them had long been settled down as epiiet ofderlyi)_uainess men. _They were respectable in the iUllest sense of i_}i$ wor$, and were never known to be erring in the slightest particular. . 1 Rose seemed to be cast in anotherentirely _difierelnt mould from that in whioh they had been formed. At school She had been so wild that neither mteter ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 27 May 1858

Adrlce to tite JLadles. N A pretty hand and 6 pretty foot always go together, When wo speak of one we always think of the other. For this reason, stepping on a woman' s foot is equivalent to squeezing her hand, and equally proper, but sometimes more convenient, as it can be done under the table. _IBe careful, however, never to attempt it at a crowded table, for fear of making a mistake.. We once saw a lady very much confused, who was trying to give a signal to a gentleman opposite, and instead of his, ,sne tro4_jand ' pressed on the corn covered toes of an old bachelor. He bore it as long as he could, when he very quietly remarked : : "Madame, .when you wish to tread on a gentleman's toe's; be particular and get the foot that belongs to him—for the last five minutes you have been jamming my corns most unmercifully." _FAsmoN.-_^-What could exhibit a more fantastical appearance than an English beau of the fourteenth century 1 He .wore king pointed shoesfastened to his knee _^y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 27 May 1858

The Peer and the Painter. The Duke of Somerset, (a Seymour) commonly called the proud Duke, employed Seymour the artist to paint the portraits of his horses at Petworth. One day, at dinner, the duke filled his glass, and saying with a aneer—" Cousin Seymour, your health," drank it.off. "My lord," said the artist, "I believe I have the honor of being related to your grace." The proud peer arose from the table, and ordered the Steward to dismiss the presumptuous painter, and employ an humbler brother of the _brusb. This was accordingly done; but when the new painter saw the spirited works of his predecessor,, he shook his head, and retired, saying: "No man in the world can compete with James Seymour.'* The duke now condescended to recall his discarded cousin. " My Lord," was the answer of Seymour, "I will now prove to the world that I am one of your blood—I won't come I" Upon receiving this laconic reply, the duke sent his steward to demand a former loan of one hundred pounds ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 27 May 1858

_^t lfrt _Hff_^_rg ' . , x _ttLEik«t/iri3 runb. * A ttUghty _cunoito C_|_eitiiieN ¦ la the modern iron borie , And a Teryfdnny feature Sis innnrd* are,,otcouriie; Aad then hiaontaiae hamper, The cranks and TalVe» and thlnga, ' AtthelptoalakohiiBfcamiKr_, Aa if he ve&t ob _wbiga. , . _Thoae glaring _eyei ad vias, one . That he never goe* It blind But the ottler does raxpriw one When he »ttr» him up behind; ¦ He feeds on fire and water, _. ., , Still eating on the run, ¦ ¦ And sever cries tat quarter : Until hit journey's done. _HarkJ flie beU it _HagtoJE; ' ' Jompl leap on the cars; _tloTing_, swaying, twinging, They're taken down tho bar*_, from Jaat the depot pushing, _Hlstflly tdUofcoke , And past hit gazers rushing, A-breathing ore and smoke. Hit obnhl chphl cbnhs come _thiekar, He is gathering his might; The objects flash by quicker, A wink, and oat of tight. If ext flashing past a crassins;, ¦ A jingle, and a scream, How woaderftil_, engrossing, Ia our yapor-dri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 27 May 1858

THE _ALTOONA. _TRIBUNE HoCRUM * _MBK, PaM&htntad _Proprietors. p_«r _aimiiin, (payable _Invariahty to advance,) " ' IM O All paper*_, _disoontlmrtd at (he _expbatlea «f thetfan maldfcr. ¦ ¦•- : . : - • .. ¦¦ • . ¦ tttw of _jsmtnofo. 1 insertion _J4>. S do. Four Unas or lets, * 28 4 W« t BO Two^« as «^ ., i«o jw a oo Three" (»" ) 1. " » 2 00 2 SO Orer three weeksand _lett than threemonths, 35 cents _ger square for each Insertion. ) . »months. Smooths_, lyear. eix lines or late, $100 $«00 $6 00 OnomutMia, ., _JtO 400 7 00 _Two _^_o* ' 4 06 «00 10 00 _Wireo « ' «00 * 00 J* 00 Jour « , A00 10 00 14,00 Half a column, 10*00 14 00 20 06 -OnecoTBmaT_^ 14 * 26 00 40 00 jtaminbtntonsndSttcatonNotSdM, 176 Uet&tnttrtreTtMasbj Qu> _ymc, tbnemyux_* _, with liberty to change, ' ID 00 Professions! or BtiiaeM Card* , _BOt exceeding 8 . lines, wfca paper, per _yeaf, 6 00 Communicationa of a _iwlitieal character or ladMdnal Interost'wBl be charged *eeordtog to the a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 27 May 1858

_Terrific Storm «* O» W««t_» r Thtgmle of Thursday evening was _^j« «»• portions of th_» State, \A _Mpreeedeirted[violence. It _oonpdi* large _exi«»t of _*_"»*_"_£' and everywhei||*l#ekli «_wrt«_r with pgaful damtg* to pafrt& tod, p erfcapa, as further intelligeiw_* w»_Hjanow _^ losau of life. « jems to have emsaed the Mi»»asipp»iK»r OquawkA, and _^Uvi _exteaded _eastward, at feASt as far as-MeLean county, were we hear of some of ita _dMtetrows _effeots. In the w««t ibere was much hail accompanying _tte wind, and everywhere a great &i}fn »»"»• We ¦^ r that at Lexington, on the fiae of the St. Lo_»s» Alton and Chicago Road, tbe »td«n was _ternffio. In a letter below we are _toM of its _fieaks _w _' th the up-train, and «n informant at oar elbow says that _ntArly every house in the village waa unroofed or blown down. The air was loaded ith the wreck which WM m»de - theheAt_«B» w , _wereTblack with elbuds which were pouringjdat destruction, and more _tbaosone wk...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 27 May 1858

¦ ¦ ' li_«tt«r _ftem BialriiTllI_^ _^ " ¦ ¦ /*. ¦ _Blaimtilib , Vm.^^^^im. _^i ' _lixssaa. _Sonrou :-_^ ipe it_^_aeitM a long time _siaM I last wrote to you, although but two *_Pi**av_« _dapwdl; » m«y «*»io ** bat _tt_^_dntt lime, Bever _theltss, when ; we consider tin _smbt ehans«fl that hare token place, we mat _Beeeaaarily come to the conclusion that--»• '' em wtt ' weikm everything; by days andugbta. '" _" . ' ' j. > , j- . :/_K '' .- ¦ • ¦ _- _- Since writing to you, I h«v«p*id asomewhat Abrapt viait to Blair _eoanty, and its political excitement is _stm _hauntiiif me. Whilst there I met _Mtm* bignly valued mends, x_*A I may be _excised for _asyiag that I found no change in them. Thar I «m«r*refl_*H not Always be _aaid _^ for there seems to be implanted in humanity an _erariartiag _ehasgeableneat , and*th« exception* to the rale _mmt oaly find application to those who are indeed _f_«trtte and tried." I visitedmy aidhome _^Sp ringfield Furnace, where I wm met with...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 27 May 1858

in _j_^TerrifiC—tbe iste storms the West. . -1_i|^6cod--]^rs. Babies &Cc_«tley's _icesereaxn. _TS_* The "Pennsylvania House," AtPatterson, on the P. K. B> to offered finf _s*l|_u .. : _IS. On a //rife—the AhoemAkers , in Cincinnati- Won't the pegs eateb.ifcitow _, ? _^ ¦;¦ ¦ AA_^ WhvfsVdahdv like\ venison-stakef _^ Whis a dandy like « venison-stake T •_Q_. y Because he's A bit of a bwdL - - ¦ ¦ ta_» An excellent paper—"Porter's Spirit Of the Times." . ¦' ' .:¦ - . ¦¦¦/' ¦ . ' ' ; 1_^ V ery general—Accounts of robberies in different parts of the country. _ ¦ - _je^» Cabbage—a plant that is _t«rj popular among tailors with Urge families-, «^. The LegiaUture of Oregon, At its last session, divorced sixty couple. .|^. Theman* who.courted an investigation says it isn't half so good as an affectionate gu-L tf_^ Books have been opened to receive subscription to the tUfck of the Bedford _Bailroad. _tSF Tht boom, at Lock Haven, was cut a few nights since, and about 7,0...

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