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

i _fatowTemr A v«y siBgi*»«wl »*»>•'• mi'itfpMi _' _jiw/ bas reocntl / _appeaied in a _^ Vi ennA _jowmat vft appears that a* s> fturmer of Orsmon near tats city, was lately ** taming home _^ ftm_* marttt, be stopped At s roadside public boose, sad imprudently showed tbe inn-keeper a lefge. sum which he had received. In the night the innkeeper, aifmed with a poignard, stale into the farmers chamber and prepared to stab aba, but the farmer, who from the man's manner at supper, conceived suspicions of foul play, had thrown himaeff on the bed fully dressed," with out going to sleep, and being a powerful man. be wrested the poignard from the other, and using it Against him, laid him dead at bis feet A few moments after he heard stones thrown at the window, and a voice, which he _recognized as the innkeeper's son said, " The grave is resdy 1 This proved to him that tbs father And torn bad planned his _murder, and to avoid detection, n*d" intended burying the dead body ...

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

Editorial _UTe _n There is so much truth in the follow ing, _%om tie pen. of Capt Maryatt, that we must be allowed to quote it. But few readers ever think of the labor and care devolving upon an editor, especially if he makes any _pretentidns towards keeping up with the times, and who feels his responsibility. The Captain says: _j "I know how * j>eriodicai will bear down one's _existence. In itself it appears nothing: the labor is not manifest; nor \s it in the labor, it is the continual attention it requires. Your life becomes, as it were, the publication. On* day's paper is no sooner-corrected and printed, than on comes another. It _ia tbe Btonc of Sisyyphus, an endless repetition of toil, and constant weight upon the intellect _«nd spirits, demanding all tbe exertions of your faculties, at the same time that you are compelled to the severest drudgery. To write for a paper is Tery well, but to edit one is-to condemn yourself, to alaTery."_- This is true to ' the let...

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

Beat* ofGen. P. F. _SBtttfeu _Tkia _dJBt|_ngniflhed American <?enewJ, whose untimely d_^_mifle,, at Fo_^t LieaTetty<ff$h, was iannouooed by telegraph last week, hae been in failing _health for some yean*. He Jspeufc the greater part of last •_ommer atthe Logan Bouse, m this place, in the nope _Aat the pure mountain air and and * removal from the exciting scenes .of cityiife would featore him to health again. _Kor were his hopes entirely vain. When he _tooir his departure, late in the season, he appeared much recuperated both in epiriie and health. At the _$me of] his death he was Couimander-in-Chief of the Utah forces, and was preparing to inarch from Fort _Leavenworth. Gen Smith _waa born in Philadelphia in 1798. He was _^ graduate of Princeton College, and was versed in the law, which he practised in New Orleans up to 1886, when he volunteered his services in the Florida war. He here _exhibited such unmistakable military talent fehajt, at the instance of Ge...

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

• -¦;; _ The _Mdrtnoiia. ' Beoent _despatches_<xncan the Valley of SalfcLakey _announce that lie _Mormona are j_£ei_»rijp_£ to vacate jfche Valley withthe of in _^ nfaon taking Tefnge the White _Dlbuaiains , and that Gol. _Commings, the new X3U)veraor of Utah, had been invited intdialfciLake City. That this is true we have no reason to doubt. Brigham Young has discovered ere . this that he cannot successfully resist the United States. troops on the open plains of the Valley, and he now desires, by convincing a disposition to lay down anus akd leave the country to secure a position among the mountains where he can protract the struggle and continue to harrass tho«e who lpajrbedis _poaed to _ae«Je in the Valley; " _rWt_^an _indictment for treason suspended over him? it _^3 not likely that Brigham _wiU submit _p_^_Mf. > And it is not to be desired tjlwiiie ehotild. It has _already cost _tibe govennent an enormous sight of nioney to equip and send forces to tha...

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

tt«wcr _WOUUk _Herbort_* : _r; Th» _^gendeman, better known as % friierj for ' " Porter' s Spirit of _flie Times," naaer_«th.e norm deplume of " Frank Forrester ,! "- committed suicide at bis room in the Stevens' House, Broadway, _JSfew York, one day last week, by _^ hooting -himself is the breast. He was an _Ftffffi**1 _™*" by birth, ; and a gentleman of fine education and rare literary acquirements, and his writings have earned for him an enviable fame. He was the author of a unmber of works on iorses, dogs, fishes, and all kinds of sporting. The New York Commercialfprea the following account of the cause and circumstances of bis deafli>—"He had, it appears, for some weeks been very depressed in spirits, owing to bis separation from his wife, to whom be bad but a short tine been married. What caused the separation) is notjenewn, farther than that tome woman bad made mischief between them, as u alleged in a letter from tbe deceased. •'Yesterday Mr. Herbert, seat forb...

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

ALTOONA, PA. THUESDAT, MAY 27,185a _t_®,. Where parties fire unknajrn to n*, car role for Mvartteutg !• •<> _Inquire _waect _iti*d»»uca,or.a«o_«HU»_ttftfro«» kaawnpanoal. It U _thereto _mela*ferial***to»«id M._adrartiMmeots offering to p»y at Uks end of thr«» or _«ix _ttaotfaa. Where &dT_£rtiscni<nt5 are accompanied wfaOM •wbey, whether one, fire or ten dollars, we will fjUP 40M UnitiM the toll b-nefn of cseb rates. ;. flOrOor thanks are due Hon. Araon _Buriingame, Wai. F. Bigler, and others, f<« valuable public _documenta. .

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

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

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

I _fl l i i i i i I_.0CAL ITEMS. - _Ajikkioax _Gotnrer _Cohvbstion.—The America Qotmty ConTenUon waeiiibtcd in Hollidnysbnrg on Tha»d_«_tf Mt, and nominated, the following ticket:~ ' _; ,: '_- _^ mn t%—J«cob Barley, of Tyrone,;. , gimj_Jnm«t FttBk, of Allegheny. fyotAonof<ny—Joseph Baldridgo, of _HolUaays " _rrww rw—John _liinjgnfeH _. _HollidftyBbni_^. Cmetiuioner—E. M. Jones, Altoona. _CoroflffwWUliain^'ox_^ r " V Auditor— Jacob'_$icodenraa. ; . _^ Poor JPireetor-_^-JobjiiB. Rididle. : _" . / Personally, we are acquainted with /bat two of the gentlemen named on the abovet\6ket, viz: _Messra. Funk and. Jones. of Mr. Funk is thepr_^BentGoroner this county, and as _suoh has acquired-the reputation of a faithful and punctual officer. If the manner in which he has discharged the datiea of bia present office be any recommendation to that for which he U nominated, we feel sure that no man can present stronger claims, Mr. F. is an agreeable and obliging gentleman, and posse...

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

i& 170,000 TO BE HAD P0B HO I _^_# _CSWA3S ¦ torSO'S _LOTTERTV.s ati_^ .._JHm following _SehcBb will bo drawn by6.8_wa»tiw _Managers of the Sparta _Aeadetay Loitory, in eaehoi the? _Blagle Nnqber Lotteries for June, lb&S, at _ACGtlaSI fiedt'gia , to which city they hav« removed their prlsc£3 •fids.. .. ¦ .;. . . , . CLASS 18, . v _tb bt drawn tn the city of Augusts, Gsorcla, in nblku m _v _gattoday, Jta© S, ISM? ^^^ CLASS 19, : To to drawn to tha City of _Angusta, Ooorgia, ia p«b|ML« *_r _fnrd»y, June 13,13&8, ¦ ¦: ¦ ¦" • ¦' . _' .. _ChASS 20_j . ... .. ¦> ;:. _- • To be drawn In \h« (Sty of Augusta, Georgia, la popUift. •• •; ' ¦-- _Saturday, June 19, 1868. . ¦ * _ • , ¦ _«_SUAS8 21. _. _. ¦ _" . " To bt drawn in tfc« City of Augusta, GoorgU, in public, _* ' _nK _^8s4*_rf*y, Jtu» 2? 185S " * • _^ . OKTHBttANOFSIsaLKKUSIBEBS. > nn _nowwo kw _Bisomo _axo suBtr-rm wiml . ... : . _JVtaWjr _ot%* Prixt to every Nine _iteHiil _T ¦ ¦ ¦ . - ¦' -...

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

THE LIV E H IN V1G OR ATOK X PHKPARBD BY DB. &AXFOKD, UUMPOUNDEP JBNTIRELY FltOM GUMS, Is _qqo of the best _PurgaUYo _tind Livur M._slkinca now b.--fore th_» public, that acts as a Ciilliartic, etuiier, milder, aud more _jffecUial tb.au _^.ny o lb ;r niodicine kuo«n. 11 i< not only a Cathartic, but ' _cZi ' t-cr remedy, nctiug first on the linr to ejeirt it_« morbid macier, then on the stonuich and boweis tj carry off thjti lauttur, thua _ucopniiilisbing two puri>oses effectually, without imj of the painful feeling? e_^_ptjriencod in tho 'operations of m<i»t Cuthurlin. It strengthen* tlie system at tbo same time that it purges it; and vrlirn Uken daily in modiratv doses, will strengthen and bniid it np with unuMuil rapidity. ' _fSUk Livxk is one of the _priai_^^_ai _regulators of tbe human body; and when it Iperi_^_rniHitsfi lncttO&twell _, the powers of the _sjstem _,'uie fully _vlevolupcd. _Tii* ttomach U _almost entirely) 'dependent ou t...

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

A N ORDINANCE FOR TUE BET- /~\ TER regulation of the peace an)I order of the Borough of Altuona: : ];¦ _Section 1. Be it enacted by tho Burgess and Town Council of the Borough of Altoona, and ondalned by the same, That fr_><ui and after .the passage of this Ordinance, any person v. _- .io shall be found, intoxicated by tht_; use of intoxicutihg drinks, tn tiny street,- alley, pdblic or private place, or iu any building, public or private ko_^se within tho Bor-¦ ' .„!.. shall upon view vv duo proof _lxiing made before tbe Burgess or a Jut tic; of the Peace, bended a- sum not exceeding ten dollars, and costs, and in defeult of payment of the fine and costs, tbe person so _conrictotl Hball bo confined In tho " Lock Up" house not exceeding <brty-eigbt hour a at any one time. '_^ • Stic. 2. That if any person shall ptoftinely curse or swear by the name of God, JesutChrist, thelfoly Ghost,or by any oUior name or thing as aforeffiehtioneij, every person so offend...

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

MARYLAND STATE LOT_^^_KIBS FQfi JDNU, 1S_58. R tt j_^ : . Frahcs Coff > ManageJiH the Maryland Stai» LotUrks, present tbe feflowingfflf&did Schfincs : -7_»i. __, , _^^ FOB JCNB1868. . _< ¦ ,Thej _caption purchasers cf Ticketa to bojrare 0io«_kK ins _Ticknts in _Lotteries when extraordinary large. Oap_^ UU arc olfcred for a _smalf cost of 33cket»_-~aQ snch an swisdles., . • _^ .:/- . ; ¦ .: . The Maryland Lotteries have been in existence t* forty. Years. They are drawn by a Btatt _Oiftier, and canbar_*- nod on. If you _dnut; » _Pijaa > fm wfllget yonr monoyi»- Tbe wholu country Ia flooded _vtttn bogus LotWry _ooaotrsav. Beware of them. ¦ ¦ ¦ S- ' ¦ . ' ; ¦ ¦ • ¦ "' - ' «S- Order is the Maiylaud State _Lottery*. - : .. MAGWiriCKiT _ficaZME. . ¦ • - . ••' *'; MARYLAND .STATE 1OTTEBY, CLA88 K_* _/ To be drawn in Baltimore City,:Juno 10,186_§.'. ¦ .:. . . ¦ ¦ . • < 1 «-13 Drawn Ballots ont o?7_VtS» ,; . , Making the Prizes and Blanks equal. Every...

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

A Card from Samuel Svran & Co TO THE PUBLIC.—The extraordinary course pursued by the rival managers of different Lotteries to injure us _because our liberal schemes 1 and prompt manner of doing business _tatf falfe terially effected them, compels us to call special attention to the facts, which all who deal with us know _already; that is, that our Lotteries are legal; the managers and trustees honest and honorable men; that we have sold more prizes iu the last twelve months than all other Lotteries in the Union, and that they have been promptly cashed in nil coses on presentation. The effort to injure us is aimed not pnly at our business by our rivals, but is also intended to act politically on one of our partners; and we assure our friends and the public that with ' our C09_CBRM all is _kiqht, and thin, the legal investigation Which we shall urge to a hearing, will fully demonstrate. In the meantime our business will be conducted as usual. \ ¦ ;;._; ¦ SAMUEL SWAN &...

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

HAVA_^ttlOE_^_iiAiS ThUU the oU mode of Drawing. Prizes In _4neWA««* and Tickets in another. ¦ . ¦¦ •" . : ' _, ' '¦' : '' - Every Prise is drawn on!- ':. ,1 :¦ ¦ ¦: Eeerv _PrtepaUin /ua vmoiitiUfafiiiant . ;v _i MABVI_^_VD 8TATJSiOmBT,E3_apTraSM3_^:_? To bo drawn in _BalUmore,Md- Saturday; Jose _3Bta._IwU 20,660 PrUes! 40.000Nnm»fttr r .- _* ¦ 'l7 _^ S?_tESDtD_«3HBMEII ., . ', '. _„ lPriieof $86000 " f'*_$_&** JTrittof _^000 i « '": _Wm lPriseof ¦ _« m ¦ •¦i pttaror - ¦ ¦ .-4vm: .. * - " -f-. -_^iP lPri»«f _%D0OV « * _tatf : -.Ifageof • , ,; .,, . _\- ¦ *«0, ¦ " _- . _¦ _* ¦ ¦ . -' ¦¦ ¦rW' lPriaeof ... tfi» Z\_- ' . ; _* --._^. ., ' . ' ?& 1 Prise of .••.. 1_£S> - . ¦ . •• . .- . -._^.-; _,f. tov lPrlieor " l_^_S rvr- _>f_^ " : ¦/¦^ lPritcof ' - • , ljO» :.;•.)_:• ¦ . iii'v :_* :. _' -- -A 10Prt««|- of " " ' ¦ ¦ -4S-%_- _' - ¦¦» ¦ ¦<¦_- ¦¦ i\ -¦ » ICTPriteaof - ' . :¦";:&&:;*. ¦¦' "«r-;"*' . _-_" - '¦; "W-*»m * -: :_mm0_^: ...

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

rr\HE OHEArEST PAPEIt IN THE I WORLD— THE P1TTSBURO WEEKLY DISPATCH. To Single Subscribers, ONB DOLLAR 1 YEAR. QSLY _fll_*£Y CTS. A YEAR in Ciuba of Ten—mailed to on* Address. ISSUED SVEKT BATCKDAr _MOBITWO. Tho Weekly Dispatch ia published every Saturday, on now type, on a sheet the size of the Daily Dispatch. It will contain tho LATEST NEWS by telegraph and mails; local news of our city aud county; news of the neighborhood—comprising _Western Pennsylvania and Virginia, and Eastern Oliio; correct news from _u distance; carefully prepared market rcporU; original and selected _peetry, title*, unco dotes, 4c, and _everything _necessary to make un agreeable and entertaining _INDEPENDENT MEWSPAP£U, and will bo mailed to subscriber!, at one dullar a year, payable_, invariably In advance. In order, however, to make it Us i'KN.W WEEKLY, _occopytug the . same position in the country,, which the daily does in the cities, we will continue to send it at the following TERMS. Staglo copies...

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

irALUABLE PROPERTY FOR f SALE.—llie undersigned often for sale a tract of EIGHTY ACRES of land, Blttmto" in _Furgiisbn'towmiMp, Clearfi'-ld _county, on the 8"nth side of tho Wert Branch of tbe _Susqutbnnna Illvcr, about five m i!e« _frefn _Cnrweastfi)* and _onis mile below Lumber City. The premises are con-._yeniently sittnUted, and amoug otlier iiiducemeaU to pur chasers are two extensive beds of - . tBOS OEK, one of which oxesads nine feet fn _tbicknws and y'icldii from forty-five to eighty pur cent_v There is also an _aimoiinosl ¦ LIMESTONE AND STOSE COAL , ' _ on the premises, making it a desirable situation to persona wishing to engagC'in ' the manufacture of Iron. There is the but of water power on' th« premises, and the river is navigable with arks, boat*4c,fromthbpoint. Persons _desiring any further information will _addmsar - WM. Q. McCBAeJHBW, March 25-3m.] Kew Millpoft, _ClearflcM Co _^ Pa. BRICK I BRICK!! BRICK! I !—The undersigned subscriber has on lianrt now and ...

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

ALTOONA MARKETS COKOXCT !D WSBKIT Bt J. • 3. _lOWTHEm. Flour—Snpcrftne,_^ bbl. - »4,7S - Extra, ~ _$ " : $5,00 Corn Veal, «cwt. 1,7S Potatoes, |_#bu6b. _T5 _Byrjlpplc_^ ' _* « • . ,- . 1,76 Butter, i1»8> v 20 Lard, _* " 14 Hams, - _ft " • _^ 19 _Bhoulderi_, _« « ' . ' 10 side, - v" .. -.:¦ • ¦ ia E S8"i ¦ Vdo_*. it _1_TLA1N 1 LEHR'S FLOUB ilABKET. _, M'Laln k Lelir «cll their Flcrar at thflfcljowtng ratal :— White Wheat ' Kobr, .Extra .Family, f| bW. . <_6_J3 _« « , I' SupertneT , , " ' •^^^ 1 _?. LEEK'S FLODB _JttAMDBT. , ' -;-.;_pfA _£ FxtraramnyMoinr, , . _fl hbL ' -&iM 8_nperfine Extra, pest _quality, ¦_#¦ ¦ • ¦ : ::_WM _guparftne, >¦ " . ¦ '¦" ' - ¦'¦" ¦ ,—i--.-.rf™

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

INTENSE EXCITEMENT!—McCOBMicnrs new qoojesmfat _iBtoED Aai> ARK NOW BEINO OPtStm f_^_THSPtCTtOH ?f "Halloo, neighbor, I ' m hero on the ground again. Perhaps you recollect when I, lost year, asked you to hold my horse a moment aua tell me where the CHEAP STOKE was. But it is different now. It reminds mo & littlo of tbe campaign of 1840, when Gen. _Harrison was elected _Fre _sTdenfc You h»ve only to go.w_^ _ttei_^wdjinayqtt wHt have no difficulty in finding McCORMICK'8 STOBJJ. *rom the excitement down tha valley-, andtte quantity of good* I sne carried away, they must be selling off very rapidly and very cheap." . - " _- ': t: _. : « You are right, my friend; I would pay to yousir, _jkv ahead and your anticipatkmB win _betfully realiaod.. He has a very large and well ' selected asibr tm_^nt of Qoods. lle'll sell you a drew tot Jiffy teat* _amigiTrf the trininilngs into the bargain , I ' m told, and all other goods tn proportion." ¦ • ¦ .;: ' . ¦ ¦: ... ¦; ¦ ¦ - _...

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

T_^HE MORMONS EVACUATING I SALT LAKE CITY!! _Jk Tremendous Excitement in East Altoona! JRjgk The subscribers respectfully inform tho _citizeuaHcyr of Altoona and the rest of mankind that they are _^r now prepared to carry on the BLACKSM1_TIIINU BUSINESS in all its _various branches, at the new stand next dour below Peter Heed's Cabinet Sluip, ou Adeline street, in Kant Altoona.-, They flatter _tbeinxclvca t_.'iat they are _AUie to render _satudUction to all who may favor them with their patronage; and no _effort will be wanting.on their i«rt to merit the _pbtrouage of the community. Wagons. Carriages, &c, mad" and ironed to order, for which good lumber will b_» tiiken. Kemenibur the place, on Adeliuo tt., where Blackunithfng in done oh the simrteht notice and most reasonable terms. JOHN W. HOOPER, Altoona, May 27, '58.-2m] T. A. JAMKS.

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