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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 3 June 1858

"T_^_VTJlRVROTkY IS INVITED TO _Xji ' cali and test the inorita of tho articles kept by . _*toe 18,'57-lvl . HENRY XEHR.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 3 June 1858

TTAMS. SIDE, SHOULDER. DRIED I Beef, fcc, ulwaya un hand at Junel8,'57-ly] HENRY LETUPS. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 3 June 1858

/_"_^UEENSWARE, JUST KECEIVED. V/i A l_^rge and _ttahiotable aseortment ' at the store of _^ J. BHILBMiN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 3 June 1858

TTAIR. HAT. TOOTH. _SHAVTNft a p Paint, Sash and Varnish Brushes at • KESSLER'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 3 June 1858

OV CAN ALWAYS OBTAIN ALL _Idnds of Flour and Feed by calling at > 18jW-ly] nENRT LEBR'8

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 3 June 1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 3 June 1858

A LL THE STANDARD PATENT _iflL MEDICINES AT [Hit. ¦ * KB8_SLXB. '8.

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Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 3 June 1858
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 10 June 1858

ATURKEYU/_OPi ' Walk in, gentlemen, walfcinl Cottio in, and see the turkeys dance _tipTou won't wish you had'nt if you do seejil!' •;-_' ¦ ' _Turkies danoing! Fact, _|nd up mis take?' . ] . . .. :_% . ... . . ¦ . ' Come in and seOj -if you doju't believe it. If 'taint so you can have|_i back<your tew shillin_'. Perhaps them otjtier gentlemen that's with you would like.to como in tew. . It's only tew _sbtllin'X _jiny hco.w.' I This was a dialogue whioh- j[ heard before the door of a showman iia one of the midland counties. ' '''".} I was one of ' them other? gentlemen' referred to, and I disbursed _to._^ * tews hilliu' referred to, aud entered, _ai.did many others _^ who,v similarly attracted, followed us into the show. , ' Wai, gentlemen,' said thpifcxhibitor , ' you see that_^ere long coop of iturkeys;—r Wai, I shall feed 'em fust, and _pretty soon arter, when they begin to feel; their oats (but that's a joke, 'cause wo giye 'cm corn,) you'll see 'em begin to d.'inc&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 10 June 1858

TRIBUNE DIRECTORY _^ W _^ _*> y w vyw-wyN_^rwVWVWVWV_^V_^^ CHURCHES, MINISTERS, &C _Pmiyteruin. Itev. A B. Cluk, Pastor.—Preaching every Sabbath inornlngat loy<_£ o'clock, aridinthenfternoonat 4 A'dock. _Sahbath School at 9 o'clock, JL M _,> the Lecture Boom. Prayer Meeting-every .Wednesday evening in the same room. * .. " . _ildliodixt _Enfjeopaf, Rev. 8. A_._Wiijbon, Pastor*—Breaching every Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock and in theeveuing. Sabbath School In the Lecture Boom at 2 o'clock, P. II. Gcnocal PVayer SIooHag In same room evorx Wednesday oveulrig. Young Men's Prayer. Meeting every Friday evening. ¦ ' ¦ ' - ' • * - ¦ _u _FxanqilicalJ.uthtran , (no Pastors-Sabbath _SJchool in tho Lecture Koom at 9\ o'clock, ~ A. M. Prayer Meeting in line room oveiy Wednesday _evening. ' . Unitut Brtthren , Bey. D. Skce, Pa_^or.—Preaching every SabbaUiiaoming«fai o'clock andin.theevening.— .Sabbath School to the Lettore Room at 9 o'clock, A. M.— Prayer Meetin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 10 June 1858

Hele/i _Plisttliartg. _AOTEWTHRES OF A BASHFUJL _EXGUtSBJilAN. A9.SELATED BT HIMSELF. I labor under a species of distress _wliicli I fear will at length dri_^e me utterly from that society in which laid most ambitious to _appear; but I will give jqu the _history of my origin and present situation, by which you will be _enabled to judge of my difficulties. , My father was; a farmer of no great property, and with ,no other leajrnin"; -but what he acquired »t a charity school ;%xit my mother jbeing' . dead, and I an only child, he determined,to give me that od-Vantage which he _fancied would have made me! happy, via: a learned.educatipn. I was sent to a country .grammar.school, and from thence to the university, with a view of qualifying me for holy orders.-— Here, laving but a small allowance from my father,,and fceing naturally of a timid and bashful disposition, I had no _oppoiv tuuity of rub Ding off that, native awkwardness which is the fatal cause of all my uiihappiness, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 10 June 1858

}. ¦ ' ¦ .: ¦¦ ¦ _.._ ¦ ; ' _*?? ' .- -- ¦ ' ¦: \_z _^ . ¦ ¦'- ' /_VVWWVV\^%%V_^^VVVyV_>A_^V v_^_VwVvVV_%_\V(,'h_\vvw DEB DEUTSCHtf AN'S PHILOSIPHY j; I SHBST NBAB MACKAY. Schmidt; Iioro aDeuUcbeo song, , . * 'Pout a hnndred verses long," Mit a ghorns for a tousand voices, too, Yohn Schmidt; Bat I hate .der snnffle 'psalm, Vot isn't _vorth a krentxer, • For to slng.it makes your Tace grow long nn pine, Tohn _x Schmidt " ; ' I Iovp some Dentschen food, Taw! Hikes it bntty good, Der spech tin ssnrkront, ua salat slangh, Yobn Schmidt; . ,_^ &it I hate milk of schwiU, _^; 'llsmi_^fe meat _^ey nefcr _k111 ' _\ Foi itd_33_^ow||^v e _tinle to hit aknock, _Yohn SchmMt; "'_5' xioveiicnbretty flowers, Tot grows in garten bowers, Der cabbage, on der radeesh, tfn der beet, Tohn Schmidt,; Cn I hates' der toadsrun frogs, Un der sausage made uf dogs, Un _eferyding rot isn ' t good to eat, Tohn Schmidt; , ' Now Fre got a little _sbtore_, , j Un'I sit pefore der _door, Un I sell...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 10 June 1858

_^fiiSriBa's _Eeports.-—One eveninE hot many years ago, while the Supraua Court was holding its session in Somerset oounty, some of the legal brethren; were wanning their legs before a blazing flro in a rural tavern, and conversing upon various_.matters pertaining to the prot' _easion. B. J. Bacon, whpse long silence iudfeated that his mind was in travail withsomd great thpught, broke oat iy asking if any of his brethren ceiild relieve him from his trouJb|e,;.v . " . . .. . - - . . " -k -.[' ¦ ' ¦ • ... ¦ ¦ > . • ¦ 'I _wmH,' said he,'to commence au action against a boy who was caught stealing apples, VI fiDd no eas« of the kind in aii_£ of the Beports, and I am at it loss for a precedent.' ¦¦ ,i The landlprd overheard the question, and informed the verdan thathekn_^wa case just in point. , _5 t f Ah!' Said- Bacon, «in whose _Reports _, shalllfindit?' - 1 i ; V - ' In y/ebstor_'_s,' said the landlord vary gravely.' , .4 . . a; . \; ; ' :< * _Wcbstej's Keporls? W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 10 June 1858

1, Wb ' at I liar© Neyer Knjown. I have never known a poor man to obtain a premium at a fair, where 'here wag a rich man to, compete with himi I haye never known a _minister of the Gospel to be: called from a higher _tp a iower .salary. [ . v I have never known a poor man to be respected becausp he was poor<> ' I have never known a-merchant to continue His conversation with a poor man when a rich man enters his store. I nave" never known a whijte-hcaded office hunter tobeyery _conversant"with a poor man after the election. I have never known any man to admit anybody to be better than himself. I have never known a riolt|man but what waB respected for his riches. -1 have never known a icaa- to-be better than lie should be., < I havo never known a fashioj} too ridiculous to be followed1 . , ' j, • ~" _I IliaVo never known a _^ _sygfeWViftfH gion fo> absurd to finaibilowor_^ 1 --" _:r _II IJiavenoWkoowathdoifd_^io_^ _ufttiire _revered to pleaoo any man....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 10 June 1858

Ladies Should Rbad NewspjuwsRs_, —It is a great mistake in _feiuale education" to keep a young lady's time and _attention do voted only to fashionable _literature of s the day. " If you would[qualify hetJtpjf conversation, you must givejier _soinetbilig to talk about—give her education with tba actual world and its transpiring events. Urge her to read the newspapers, and be-, come familiar wit_^ thft present charaoter and improvement of our race/ _History ia of some importance, but _iho past world is dead, and we have nothing todp' _Witfi it. Our thoughts arid concerns should be for the present world * to know what itjsr, and improve the condition of it. Let he| have an intelligent opinipp, aud be able|p sustain an intelligent _conversatid_^ _concfe_^ niug the _ruental, moral, political _aiij religious imprpvement of our times. Let tho gilded uuuala and poems on the _wnt_^fttjU ble be kept a part of the time covered _wot_^ good weekly? arid daily journals. Let t_^_f ' whole fiimil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 10 June 1858

Indtjstbious Peisoneb.—An English paper _publishes the sketch of the life of* prispnercoinppsed by himself in Winchestec jail. The original is in the shape pf a printed bopk-; the fettera and words all having been - put of; waste paper by the _man_^ _withTns finger nails_^ as no knife or scissors were allowed him. After cutting out the words suitable to his purpose, horcarefully pasted them in proper order toj fQrtti a small book, comprising 22 pages, A IpiePe of poetry addressed to nis wtfe ,_ts included in this singjilaiif _prbduetion. • * _Sgjt.Ypnoe, yen I yas court mit Cat_^- rin6_/I vas go ph jny fieldpotatbsland<$o_$i£ Vel, den 1 sees Caterine coiiiib' der road_^ so I dinks to give her a boo, so I elinibs a tree, and shisfc ash Ivas going to boo him, I faljs off p. n der fence arid strikes a big: knot hole jtn my pantaloons. Cateriue yaa, ' laff, and makes me shame as a sheep _mltV fief on his- back—true as; a book. _^ _H _?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 10 June 1858

_pLOUR.—THE _SUB3CRIBER IS JL i» now _prepaTcd to famish • superior article 6{ Flnur, made _trorn tmatd teheed, at the Cryrtal Mill. Orders l«ft with M_*. -C. Jaggard wlU be promptrv filled. Juno l_^'Sft-tfl ^^ ¦ 'S a._^AKEB. _EA NUTS.—5,000 3_TJSHELS WILmlngton Pea_^nts in store and for sate by March 25, ' 68-lyl IDl_^o _rBff_^_tfS_^_phta. PURE_^WHITRLEAD AJU) ZINC X Mot, also Chrome. Green , Yellow , PaAGreen dry or _gronnd in oil at ¦ [l_^_fi ' . | gg}_jgKB V 8. TTAIR ._OliR, _COLO&NES, POHXX_^_es, Shaving Cream , Toaet! 86_aps, Ac. for i«ie by Jt'I-L O.W.K£_JSLek/ TTENltY LEHR'S STORE IS IN i._A _^ohn _k ;hr*» old stand; nfcarly oppostto McCor-^Wtore _^ iB North _WardT_^ £Jonel8, '57-Ty7 _QROCEBIES. —A liARGE AND _-_^fl _^_XrtT^^_r°f6r _^_itfefefe */_}J\J reoelved-wa for wlc by J.X. _tCfcgg. E^«NK f _^AIX _1>£8CJIIEPTIONS •_"n_? *u 7»«<«^5_^a«ly _wt_^teil jat_^to office.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 10 June 1858

THE ALTO0NA TRIBUNE McCftDM 4 _DBRN, P«Ml«hew andTropftosw. Per annum, _toj_^bJeiaTaflably In advance ,) $1_^0 All popen <u»«_aftiniwd ! At the expiration of tho time paia for. ' ¦ ¦ • . - ¦¦ •¦ •.;¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ • ¦ •¦¦ • ¦ __J ¦:¦ ' : _^: _- . ' _= ¦ - - lama or j&mmsma. . ¦¦ .. . :¦ ,• ¦ , / ' . i • ,--I _JnsertSpn 2'dfev. 8 do. Four line* or less, " $ 26 !$ OTJi $ CO Oiwsqtwre, (*««»,> _^ W _; 7/ 100 s_*o - « . ha •*. ) \ 100. _fifio 200 Three « {Si * _) \ 1 60 _^ OO - 2 ,_^0 Over th_^oo weeks _apd lew than tiureo mon ths, 25 _ctnts per squaro for _eocb Uwertlgn. ¦ ; • ¦ ;. .. : . , ... .. a months. ¦ _fl month*_, lyeoi. Six Uaet or lem , $160 £300 $SQO Oae _sqwwe, _~ ; _' Z W I 4 Off 7 00 Iwo « i\! ' •? *> 6 00 WOO Three" . i $ _«° 8 00 12 00 Four" A 1 »O0 10 jm _;M 00 _Halftfcotann. ' lOflO ;l*.J<Xf 301» _OnocdunuT_^1 ¦ j M00 :26 00< 40 00 _Aaminlftmow md, _B »» _» »oti>(», 176 _Mewh«i^^T«tW_^ hytho _ym,*hreeiqwure», \-_^ with ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 10 June 1858

-1 A.FFEcxiQi? .«—We sometimes meet ifitfii fiiends who seem to think that any _indqt; pence of affectionate feeliug is weakness. They will return _frpin a journey and greet their faniiiy with a diataut dignity, and move _anippg ' their children with the proud and loftjf fiplgnaor of an:/icebjii_'g _* surrounded by its fragments. There ia hardly a more unnatural sight on earth; than one of those families without a hearil Who has _experienced the joys of _fripnd_^ _shipy. and values sympathy and affection, would not rather lose all that is beautiful in nature's scenery, than be robbed of the hidden treasure of the heart? Who wpu|<_J apt rather follow his child to the grayo than entomb his parental affection ? CheraW, then, you*'heart's best _affection.? '

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