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

ALTOONA, PA. THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1658 _tQ» Where parties wo unknown to U3,ourruicft>r aJrertMog t* to require payment in advance, or a guarantee from _feaown _paraoiM. It ia therefore _iweless liar All «ucl> to •end as •_dTertUemenU _offering to pay at the end of three or eix SMntlis. Whore _advurtlacmont.i ar<> accomp&niod with the money, whether on?, flve or ten dollars, we will give the _MTtrtUer the full bencfit of cash rates.'

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

A _WHots _ViLtAdB _DssTaotED.—Monrnoutb, | June I.—A terrible tornado passed over Ellison, I twelve miles south of here, last night. Every | house was blown down. There were fiftcec | persons kille d, and several fatally injured.— | The village contains five hundred inhabitints.— § Report says that none escaped without injr.ry. ; It is impossible to procure particulars to-night- •; The excitement iu the vicinity ia intense.

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

MELANcrtotT _AcciiusKT. —Rosave, (III.,) Jub_» 4.—A culvert at _ihis place was swept away _Iwt night, destroying the residence of the Rev. H. Erfey. Mra . Ilsley and her eight children perished. Considerable damage _itzb canoed to o&« U houses in tue vicinity, but, as f*r WttKtttaia._'_^ _| no other Utw _vere lost/"1 ,: ; I ¦ _- . ¦ .. \\ . ¦: :-: -:- ¦ •. ' - .. . ;-_^ . ; ¦ _- ' ¦: ' ' " ¦ : I

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

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

LETTER NO. 9 Time SwtJV y Pixtas—Shovid Improve it at it Funet—Thi Trn-Bour System—It* Advantage* to Tining-Men—Hmo tlttir Le&ntre time should le Spent-—Heertation}—laiprtnkntatt—lti* Dignity oj Labor—labor no _Insur ¦ vtouiiiubie Barrier to _Bmitttnce. ' . . ' ' , BIy.Toung*_rriend8-~Again.I _>greet you^— , Another week -has gone. How. rapidly they pass! As the sands of the hour-glass, silently. but. in quick succession drop until they have all-run out, so our weeks one after another ore rapidly passing away and will soon bring us to the last. Time is short; weeks make months and months make years; and of years the ordinary limit to man, is'three-score and ten. But few, comparatively, reacli the lilnit. Then how appropriate'the language.: "Whot thou doest do quickly." That is, doit at once; do it with energy1 . " What tby bands find to do, do it with thy might." The value of time! Who can oompute it T The adage is, " Time is . money." I have thought that this...

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

_^ sPHE LI VBR IVYTftnUATOltt JL _PR*PABM> BT DR. 8AR?0W). _COMPODNUBb BN«IIEL? _PaOil GUMS. li . _bM_^Uw ljeatPn_^atl_^and UTwMjdlclB _W B_^rft_** foto tfis pWWc, that mu as a OathorKetwbrmilder,a_«4 mor» iffect*O than any other medicule known, ft U not' only a Qxthartic, bat u Liter rcmnly, acting lint «fl tte Lfocr to eject it* morbid _irtHttvr, then on thu _ttonMli and boWBls to carry off that matter, thns accomplishing two , pan>c»ca effectually, withont any of th« painful feelings exporioucod Iu tlio operations of most iulharHct. ¦ It • Strengthcru tbo 8y«tem at _tiip "vme _tTtutj that it purge* it; and wht-n uken 'ially in m _rlrtnlo _rtoscs_, will strencibea •fid _buiiii it up with uuaiual rapidity. The _Lrrrjt is one of the.] _iprir.cipal rpgula'ors of _fo_«. human body; and wbvn it; | port ' orm3 _Itafuoctlonswell, tbe powers of tho fijsti-ui !_aro _fulty di-vtlobed. _,The> _ttpmach, U almost encii_^ly _. _sl_^_pemleut on lh« _lioejthjr _aCUuu of...

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

A Good Excuse ' flierc'ia probably no more wittr, _tngmtotts_, _^ or haHwortdBg-Dem ocrat In th« _Peansjirasis* delegation In Congress, than. lion. J. h. _QUUs of Elk-cottnty} _Hnostentadous and nnpreteading_.Tyet always at Iris post in the time of need, and _jftlwuys having enough nerve to say What lie thinks; and do _vrhfti he says. . One day last IMefc the JIousc of Kcpresentatives found _itself without a. _quorum, and the services of the Serg€an_^at*Arms _w_<re called into requisition.— Among the ebsente«s was the eccentric GUUs, _Vtho; in c«mpany" -with a largo number of Democrats, had been dining with ihe President; he was arrested, brought to the House and asked ,by the Speaker what _exenso he could give for his absence. Jle answered as follows: Mr. Speaker, I am the bumble representative of the wild-eit _district of Pennsylvania; [laughthr ;] «nd if is not to be expected that cither the people _xif_^tiiat district _pr their Representative should be completely ...

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

pMii 1mm _tOOAL ITEMS. _Ixeion*****¦ — It wM _' mippoted by some of t>nr enterprising businossmen Borne monthsago, Hat owing to the severe pressure in monetary affairs, there would be but a Email number of booses' erected in our town during the present ?ear. But from present indications, the spirit of _improvement is Twible in all quartern of our boroug h; and we are * pleased to learn .that in their conjectures, they have been mistaken in this particular. It is true, thai in consequence of the numerous discharges from the workshops _tf the company, o few weeks ago, many persons w«re compelled to leaf e our town and seek employment elsewhere; bat notwithstanding the removal of these families, there is jet a scarcity of houses and a demand for more. This insresKd demand for houses is being met by our moneyed citiiens, tad at the present writing there are upwards of thirty houses in course of erection in our town. Some of those houses are being built for the accommodation...

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

'THrfPAJtic—Mots FAn-OBBS.—The panic in NevYork seems tobo on tho increase. In this eity _everything gojes on smoothly, and the only failures we have heard of were the failures to furnish good fits made by some inferior clothing eatablbhmenta. There is no such difficulty to be _encountered by those who patronize the Brown Stone Clothing Hall of BockbUl & Wilson, Nps. 603 and 60S Chestnut street, above sixth. ' _Gentleinen and Youths never full to pro-: cure capital fit* at this popular establishment. ' Coloring Fluids fob tub Haie abe'Dan-OtRots.—Professor Wood's Hair Tonic restores tho color, not by the nitrate of silver process, but by a restoration of the healthy functions upon wbich the original and natural color of the hair and its moisture, its gloss, its life, and _conwiquentiy its original beauty depended.— Professor Wdod, at tV age of thirty-seven years, wa* as gray as a man of eighty, and _hia hair was dry, thin and dead. _Notf he has not a single grey lock u...

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

Tux Glorious Fopbth I—The 83d anniversary of the day that gave us birth as a free people U fa»t approaching, and we bear of no arrangements _j being made to celebrate ' it, (as it ever should'be by American citizens,) by the people of our goodly town. It is said, and we think truthfully, that a nation which neglects to observe great public holiday's evinces evidences of degeneracy and decay. The 4th of July, of all the days in the United States, should be a day of rejoicing—stores should be closed—work cease—and every one observe the day according to his wishes: We see that in .several of the towns around._us they are making arrangements to have a Union Social meeting of all the people .of tho Town—a regular old _fashioned way of passing the day. Would not this be the oust pleasant and appropriate tray to spend it here J let._qnr._fioo military _^companies—our excellent Band and our citizens, old and, young, go to one of the pleasant groves or hill sides around, the Town—have a ...

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

_fu_^_U MEAf English _mmBr >' -: _h oe jambs ci_^aa trs i . CeCcbhateb _Fsileir _Fills. ' &QmAfrmitpreur&b* tf 8irJ. Clorl-itt. Z>_, Phf ( . . .\ tMm £a4r«erituarr (f> tot Qutm. _j Tfaif _nrnteAUs _aedtclneis unfikltog in tbo con of all ihowp*tnflii*Kd <l(iIi««itodi«oM«q ' to whteh the fcouleeooititatioa t_» _salject.- It moderate* all excciia ana _rcmoTca kit obstructions, and a «poedy curs may bo rcjlcdon. . - ; : 4o _MAnnisD _LAttiKS " ) [ It b _pectiTiarty salted. It will, in & short _ffmp, _tning on the monthly period with regularity. ' _ EacU bottle, price one dollar, bean theOaversi&ontSUmp >f Great Bi item, to prevent counterfeits. j i ' ¦ _,i ., '• ' • - CAUTION. |_. ' ' That Pm*_if«midnoi be _latei _byfimakiibiifntihtjUrtt Are* month* ttfPng*anc_*, <n _iht_* tt tmr_^_fiiMni/on Hitnrriagt_, btdat any etier Ktde they are _terft, ¦ . • In aUca»«« of Nernras and Spinal A_^_Abwf, P»m ia :ho Back and...

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

, JOCESKTMEN TAILORS IN CtNCINNATr.-j-The Gflrngan journeymen _Uilors of Cincinnati held a large meeting a few evenings age, altd resolved to demand, an increase of wages of from 25 to 50 per cent. The Cincinnati Commercial says: About thirty-five-hundred Journeymen tailors tire employed by wholesale manufacturers in this city, and_v their average icage* are about fifly fiee cents per diem. _Somexlo not receive over thirtyfive cents per diem, while few if an;/ receive above sixty cents. 'JLhey are all _required to woik ten hours a day. Those who are able to own sewing machines, nnd who employ from three to half a dozen girls to assist them, make fair per diem by _jrorldiig from sixteen to eighteen hours out of thetwentv-four. The prices paid are about as follows: For ordinary _cashmere and doeskin pants which are sold at from $2 to $5 per pair, the manufacturer pays the journeyman 15 a 40 cents per pair'for making. It requires & day to make a pair. For an ordinary 'cloth...

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

Toukq Men's Diiamatio AseociATios.—On _Tuesday eveoing lost, We were prcacnt, by invitation, at a " rehearsal of this Association. We were much pleased with the.performances, and admired much the persevering spirit which must have actuated the \ young performers in their Thespian studies—and if the same spirit always characterizes them, we predict that they mil certainly make their mark in tho world and perhaps turn up " Stars " in their chosen profession. They intend giving public exhibitions in Military Hall, on Thursday and Friila;'evenings, June 17thand 18th. - ' Pasaok.—On Saturday afternoon last, the Altoona Guards made their appearance pn _ottr streets, in full uniform. ' After parading the various thoroughfares of our town, they ascended the hill in _tfce rear of West Xltoona, where they went through a regular course of drill. — They jnade a very creditable appearance, and In the drill* gave evidence that, they nave not lacked competent officers nor the determination to ma...

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

Hickory. _Orove. St. Charles Co.. Mo. Nov. 19,18W. Pcof. O. J. Wood—Penr 8ir_; Sometime last eumtner w_« were lodUqed to uso some cf your Hair Restorative, aqq Its effects were so _wondorful_, We fee! it cur d«ty to _JfW - and the afflicted, to report it. • Our little son's head for somo _tims had been penfccUy covered with cores, aud some called it scald head.' ttm hair almost _entirely eame off In consequence, when a friend) seeing! bis sufferings, advised us to um your Restorative , we did so with ll£tle hopo cf rucco_^, but, to our surprise , and that of all our friends, a very lew applications remdTM the disease ' entirely, and a new and luinrl_'nt crop of hatr soon started oat and we can > now say that cur boy hat M bcoltliy a scalp, and us luxarieot « crop cfhiifrwtiur - other child. We can therefore, eiid do hereby recommerd - yout Kestorativo_, as a perfect remedy for ail diseases _oftfetV scalp and hair. We aie. _iyurs rc-ppctfull v, _GB0_MB W. ni_(J_«I>3O£...

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

_•TbbCjboub. —Notwithstanding the insinuations of our neighbor over the hill to the contrary, Mabie & Crosby's Circus, which pitched tentabere on Saturday last, was more than a "one-hotw" .heir. The performers, without _ext _fsptton , acquitted themselves admirably, and the programme was _^_loto with good things.— By the way, did our neighbor otw the hill, 25J• ** Alt0(au to attend **! " ow-horseafi _AccttMT. —On Jfciday last, Mr. 0. W. Con'Ad, an employee in the Carpenter Shop of the Company, had his hand crashed, in a frightful manner, in the machinery attached to his busi-31«»- Vr. J.. D. Christy attended him, «,d _i i1 ™^ in a scientifio end _skiUfal . R«_atatgD._~Wa notice that the Railroad <onypany has _resamed the work of extending their Shops, in _tiiis plaoo, and In a short time the undertaking Trill be completed. This speaks well for the times—for ibo work was dropped in consequence of the late financial crisis.

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

LegAi, _Ratjs.—Attorney General Black says " ._t. A lease of loud for! one year from the firat of Apri_) does not expire until the, first of April following. It would expire on the 81st of March, if _tue_^day on which the term began were not _etoludcd. _" When a bill is payable ten days after sight, the dav of presentation; is nut one of toe ten. When the decree of the court lequires an act to be dune within four days, the party cannot be put in contempt until _ifre expiration of four whole days after the day .on which the decree is dated. Wh<?n a _policy i of insurance stipulates for two daya notice of a fire, tho day of fire Is not included.; A right by statue to redeeai hinds sold for; taxes nithin mzty days after the sale, does not include the day of sale.— These ore a few; of the innumerable cases to _wliich the American courts have applied the general principle, where ti me is to'be computed froniJ au act done, tiie day on which the act is done, shall be excluded, u...

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

ALTOONA MARKETS ooiRMMo nmr jt /. * _t. _umtwm, fUmr—Saperflne, m_^bbh ¦ ' ;' ; ' -"' H,T5 I u lixtra, « « ' !;., !¦ ' • |»,00 >>rnMeal, J&c*i. ; 1,75 _> otatues. _« _buaht ; 76 _hy Apples; V " ' ! i _1 _. T6 _Jutted « ft ] J SO _t«»a, ?« . ¦ ;; / -. -.m ilUms, _ty " : / ia Shoiildert, ^« ¦: >' 10 Side; • * « ! 12 iKgfes, ; | fj do*. -| ., . - ¦ . 10 . _MtAIN k LKHas _FLO0B MABKE_*. _oTtain * L«_lir tell their Floor at the following Tates:— White _Wiiaot floor, Extra Family, _H bbl. ' «8,75 " " " " _Bnperflne, " ' _$* ,87J_<@VOO " « ! « _> Superfine; « ; 4,76 H. LEIIE'S FLOtfR MARKET. _Fxtra Family _^lonr, _. "V bblj. % Superfine Extra, best quality, u -I ' 6 26 « ." Brush Creek, " ; 6 00 Superfine, , " -J_\ ¦ ' ;, 4 75

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

New _Caosfiiso.—We notice that the Borough authorities are laying ji stone cmaing from ' ;_thk Altoona House to the Ticket Office. A crossing ihas been much needed at that point, and xreare pleased to notice (hat bo pains are spared to place there a durable one: .. ¦ , ', ' . '¦ . " . ; Lecture.—On last Thursday night tbo Bt Rev. Sir. MoMttboa delivered > lecture in the Catholic Churchy upou the Common School System. The audience _v?aa large and composed of all sects ; and the lejctare was,very abl y written, and tastefully delivered. " — , • ¦• ' • ' ' ; ' ¦"' •, ' : _- ' '^"\ ¦ ¦¦ . ¦ _' ' _^toitowaTW&Une. To _te« _Toaiifr Men of Altoona.

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

As Abtillebt School. '— The _Secretary of War _iias issued orders for tho establishment of a _school at Fort Mauroo for_ theoretical and practical instructions in artillery. The regulations for _HsNgovernment have been adopted on the recorucaendation of tho General-in-Chief of tlie army. The school for the present is to be composed of the officers and _^ companies of the _garrison of Fort- Munrpe. _Herearter,* when the state of _thp service permits it, the number of companies *iU be increased to eigltt, eelecred from the; fuUr regiments of artillery. -_^ Tbe! companies are to serve at the school for two years, at tlie expiration of which Umc «n_« company of each regiment, shall be relieved by another of the ' _same. Artillery graduates of the _MiVitary Academy are to serve one yearat tho_^_Bcligol before joining their companies, . , ' . " .

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