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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

_, PROSPECTUS '' _~ 0? TBB _ALT OONA TRIB U NE TEE jASH 8T_^iElI ABOPTED ! _Dhe _Cheapest fapfr In the County! With iho present .number,.the Tribune_^&sontercJ _upou its third ralumo. Commenced at a time whea the confidence of tU_(j citizens of Altijona ia _newspapers _anji .newspaper publishers ¦was consiUeniblj shaken, if not totilly aBnibilatwl, it-has slowly but surely restored that confidence, and now stands upon a sure foundation, cind is universally acknowledged .to be one of iko fried institutions of our town. But this re-,6ult has not|)een achieved without a hard struggle, and considerable .expenditure of time and means on the part of its editors. The steady increase of patronage, however, has afforded indubitable _evidenco that their labors have been ap-4i»t*L . ' . ' • _"' . ¦ In,entering upon the new volume it ia almost -nijnecos»Bjy to say thst the Tribune irijl continue to ko " Isukpendk-st in _EVTiitrnuxa," being biassed neither by fear, favor nor affect...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

CHAPTER II Two months _parsed over the heads of Lucius and his betrothed Virginia, and nothing occurred to disturb the felicity enjoyed by them, i Virginia continued to hear of the cruelty of the emperor Nero to her persecuted _Christian _fvienda, and her heart bled as she thought of their sufferings. Nothing had been snid by either herself or Luciu$ upon the subject of Christianity, since; the night on which Lucius had.asked the consent of Aulustohis betrothal with his! niece. Both mutuall y forbore speaking ,io eachN other upon a subject which causedjpain to both. - Virginia knew iiot that any one but Lucius ynxA aware of her departure from the faith of her fathers. She was fully conscious of the danger she was in, should her secret.be discovered. Eveu her uncle Aulus _^ who loved l|iei[ as his own child, would probably disown Her, if he knew of her heresy. i . t ' I ' . . Once more id that arbor, where, two months before they had sat, Lucius ami Virginia were _sidd by sid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

Oeatb of Dlonroo _SteWart. The curtain ha3 dropped on the laetact in the eventful life of this unfortunate man. He has fallen a victim _jbd the fell disease with which he was some days since attacked, and gone before that ' ¦ judge in the presence of whom we must all sooner or later appear. Stewart, it will be recollected, was sentenced to be hung on Friday, the 26th of _Februncy. On Tuesday, the 23d, his pardon waa received, and on the evening of the _eanie day he eomplaiued of being unwell and chilly; ; He asked Jailor Philips for a little liquor, ;_to see if it would not break the sweat Upon him.— Ou Wednesday he still complained of _. _chillg, and MrJ Philips gave him a dose of whis ky and cayenne pepper. On Thuj' sdayhe lay in bed most of the day, and: I)r. Baldwin was sent for, and administered pills.— Ou Friday he was quite unwell, _jaud the doctor did not call. On Saturday the doctor came , and found him very bid. On .Sunday the rash appeared upon the skin, and on Mo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

< A General Banl&EiiptJi<a«r. - _Yqrk to _^ejhusjnessnignjvQi pltelnaljpn _^ was reifeCTedp _^x §^_vai^^^^^ wife crbw(Je4 ou_,t b y Djres| _g f pj^|rriiwit_^t_; oy||^H_^_TOn_^ ipgpruncej _s_^e o_^ih e _. afgi_^ejQ^^_epfore _* , aeseivje_^pur1 ] |tfeptive jpejr&_^l. ' _^Jjio se yfho _tjpfox _sucillajta_^' _i_^e requested tp _obtain _^p_^_itidns ' ib_;i Congress U'orjigiPUiat *l a_^ri _J_^"b_^2 _1_ntmSBd_|atf ' ;ac-_' wonoi_^_tnesuBjeotT . _; Tj \ " ' . ' ¦ ' ¦ '^^^R^^&'j_^enV'_vky^^^^^ 'feeing _^^iB 'By ' -Uie_^tfa_^ihm'me_^'_^tl_^ - 'iei^^ td _%8for_^ _Gdhgrei_^ a* an early dajr, the great Importance'_^ _on * r «oiintry| of -fieenring thepasfeage Of a general _bftrifcrupt law _afcthis presentsession. : _#iy&_:themeasure is of 0. national char * ao_^er, and demanded alike by every busin_^to _couununitry, it is confidently hoped thajmjb_^_se ftieodly \o ihe, passage, of mch I _«_mjwl},:BOt ©niy _oae their jjj_^_encA _ib Sajfcmmitktbw...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

" \ ' .'"TBHK ALTQONA TRIBUNE. I HeC_^VM * AtLISON _. _TuWWiert and Prop Mom. • f_*p«uwm,^»ay«blolnTari»bly In _kdvaaoe,) • _f ljSO _„ _Ai_^a_*p«(f _dtoconUuoed %t _U_»e bxpintim of _tko _tipw _ISMCI Or _ABTOTtStSO. I _^ - ' l_^_aserttoo j3.do. i •% ia. *m >" _oa _^^ ,) _joo ico 1 «oo' &U-H _" {$4 " ) 140 2 00 ; 5fiO - _^oWthi«^««()Bi«B_«laMaMbtbrea _^iotit])s,'_2Se«Btop«r •-month*. 0month*, lyttr.1 _teliBf«or _^M , * J 60 1.3 01)! | i 00 .._^A_«4iUL»_t »» 4 00 , 7 00 _J6fo u 400 «_oo 1000 lttr## -, ¦ ' 6 00 8 00 jar 00 Japr " - 6 00 10 00 14 00 iaif*c9lwBB, 10 00 1400 _aooo OMColBinn, UjDO 26 00 40 00 AtoiaUtnSenwi _Execatjrs _Notwco_, 1 76 )_4_ff(i»aU.»4T«rU«lnj_5 _Uytiw year,.tlireft square*, . witlilUxMrtyitbchaijgei . ; - • 10 00 Froftnbiwl or _Buainess Cords, not exceeding 8 , Un««,S»lthp«i>ar,peryoar, ; - . .. . * 00 _CommnalckUotis of a politloil character or _lndWldoal In- ' Uryrt wfll b« _? Wged according to . tlie above rates. t ' ._JWwrtlBeoientB ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

Coiimopolltan Art _Association. Rumors affecting the financial reputa <of>|be Cosmopolitan Association being cur-^||iit, -: the Sttndusky Register gives the fol-\<jm ' mg version of the matter, which has ghren rise to such unfounded reports. The ' _imbliahera_^fEmerson '_a Magazine and Put'¦_$0ui'6 Monthly published a card in the N. ^<Hrk pap ers _^ a week or bo ago, cautioning _^we jpiib lj c against the Assoc iation, on the #Jleged ground that the latter had failed <_to carry out a contract with them on ac-^octant of subscription ' .to their magazines. J _^Io reply, Mr. C. L. Derby, Actuary of ,_tta Association, publishes a card, in which _>_hejays«that the _Asscc' at ' oa " having beoome fearful of the stability of said Maga-^ine, it having failed and changed hands _reportedl, and the Association being res-^_ttsiblo to its patrons for all subscriptions ' i§jxt Hagasinea, it was deemed prudent to . refuse payment for a year .in advan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

MABYLANB STATE _IXMJftoBS; FOE _MABCtt, 18M. ! ; B. _Fsakcs & Co., Mcnagersi. : We _present to our _cntonun thronghontth«*i««m j »_inff of the most _magnificent Schemes lor tho mouth <>t Merely tint o«b«*_P _fte Mary land State Lotteries _ftre «_ht««f«* Lottcrieattfjmrciase ticketsIc Tlicyarefi_*_M|y dra _*_5J_2 the State _IkAterr Commissioner, in public, «_M _^ all pri»_e« ike prwnp«y paM by the Managers. All _whi! _ilrsire and will take the troublecan soon ascertain that the MaryJana State Lottwi_^ _tuuler the »ol» _jnanagcmfjit of;IUFranc** Oo_^ aretho _oni» legal _Lotterka.in MaryUnd, and are drawn by authority of Law. ,.; ¦ 1% T. H. UTBBARD * CO_, -*Ol fill all orders in the Maryland Lotteries promptly,- and "all communications held strictly _confidential. ¦ j -, ' _«8-The country is flooded with swindling bogus Lotteries, holdini out vart induceinento, in the shape of large Canltaja fee*. small jirlc* Of Tkketa. _Bewarei** all_«u«i, and when you wait to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

_W TTCH ! ITC H11; _I_^_OIIH! X BARXES' 1TQH OIXTMfcKT_, _i_, the r4Ar«ne_4y which thoroughly cures ttht >lr._nd_«-il crbeasc—BFsEiT_S YEARS' ITCli—now pn;_vjilling to _yj grftttanmU'UC' a.'W ' usual remedies, such as nriraetoOe, Tor and Precinital* Ointments, are of no use. Many who bnxenscd theniK_H ' been _dompellcd to use _UarniV Itch {Ointment, and fimmltt the only cttre; It to now the only remedy in whictphysl-¦ _cions place any reliance. ¦ i .- . ..'..<.. ¦ _; FRQSTEDl FEET. _,; Jack Frost has . re-commohced hta reign antj BASKBfl* REMEDY FOR FROSTED FEET is the_^nly one that w« cure those whom he has attacked. Apply this_'_remedy for a few days and a euro will W eBected.' The nrst' appUea_>_- tion gives relict It has _cureij cases wUere <_tb_*sH*]tQt bunted. | ' ' \ ' " - -::: .: -': ¦ ¦' '.'.'• ¦ -" _^ _HHElIMATlSiL ; S The celebr»tedI4niment, called riYDBB ALI.MI3TUa_, has cured more cades of _Rhcunuittsratlian any oUirr Icnoirn. For the _enre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

O NLY ONEB_0_Tf|iE or JNTCGORATOR OR LIVEK _BEMEPV. ' I- i i-iuiruU to cure any oii_£ troul)led with. _Ltrw_^CoinpLLtui_* . au.'_<i the _uiott dr_^pt-rflte of vssi* , *h«i IB#»»C<in4 " Buttl* »iu with »carc3 oiiiiglc&ilnr«' ,re»tor<vthej>«tkat_^J»»»Uh und vigor. Wo _wU<h to call th« _atUntloft of aD t<> tlif** Dicta, that tho Inviggrator ia _componnde4 by a ' _plt_^sldBJQ who _hxi _upfi it in his practice tor the last twenty jtestr* with * success almost credulous, and it is entirely _wgtuMt, li_*_. Ineconiiiosed wholly of gums. - ] ; a . .; _. ..}.. , Some Idea of the _orrougth of these gam* may Wfurmrd whrn it is known one bottle of the Inrif_^intcr oontaiM a_« much Rtreugth as one hundred daws of _OatMuel wit_^_ralany ofiMd«leterl6n»_effetw. , _^r_^i- . One bottle is the surest thing known to carrj am_^ _._tba bad effects of mineral poiso n of any kind. ' . '"' . "¦"' Only oua bottle of it ia needed fn rlirimr n_»t nf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

!>EGlEi_^ _ANI> EXPENDITURES JtVof tlwlbRM&_^A_^aoM, fer the year ending March 2.1868. - S n „¦' I JACOB _HESaSB, Trwmrrr, Dr. To amount reoeivod _ttouf fcrmer TreaMrer—baV aneeinTwa«nry_^Iarch21857_» _j _^ _. |_306/)Q « am_>«nt _receive I of J.Good—balance on n_$lF . „ cateforyearW&e,: -¦' _* ¦ . ; ' ¦* ' -M. .:: ¦ ¦*' %¦ :i- -:~ _-*UJ u amount of taxes _coUectod and paid in te John.. McCleUaa,Oiil«ctorfcr;18S7_^ f .; . _4«_W_* '• amount paid in by Barge** , license for _JSxhftV. _^ tiOM, - ¦ ¦ "' :¦ ¦ \' ' W *?.* a amount paid in by Burgees , being amount roceived from sundry persons for. laying pavements. • , ¦' ". '* _" i '' - '" _\ 88, ** ToWKeee_^ | $21 63_^2 JACOB HBSSER, JVeanow, Cr. By _amotmt paidVVm. _BoydettfaiiopjrtnfiPnrdon 1 * " V Digest for use of Bnrough Council, - $a_,M> _a amount paid sundry persons for work, 107,01 a a ¦ _•:«;• ".« " u u f. 211,00 « « « W.T. Marriott ior lot; *» _,00 u u u sundry persons for work. 8...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

) 8_$&_* We have not time this week, owing to the continued sickness of our boy and a press of job work, to reply to the scribbler of the Standard's ravings. Next week _^ however, we shall be on hands with the " proof' of pur assertion of last week, which he affects to _contradict, which will, fo think, annihilate the Mur(ky) ray, tha.t has attempted to shine for several weeks, through the Standard, at the expense of truth and common decency. The Lost {Daughter.—This work by the late talented authoress Mrs. Caroline Lee Hentz hjas been published by T. B_. Potcrson & Bros., of Philadelphia. We have not yet1 received a copy of it, but as _thJfrof our brethren of the Press who have, speak highly of it, we have no doubt that it is a work of great merit, as all the previously published works of that gifted authoress have proven themselves to be. J(^» The " Mum-budget " this week is _^ rayther" mild in its,endorsement of the Platform adopted at Harrisburg. This is Some...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

HOME _CORRESPONDENCE r . _, iV ' ffnmOwJQwn._OamspoaAttii*.] ' • - ¦ _HouiDAYBBDBO, March 16, 1858. : Jhe _«xfj;^lent _^_eatiiw we _enjoyed _Jast .w ._^t , _mui_^^i_^j_^i_^^^ eoj_^a_^ tioTi. _Xavpk and old embr*«_4 _ihe opportunity of basking in the pleaaant snnahine_, nnJ pleasuring in the mild, Inirigf rating and _healthfol spring _breves. Just emerging from a cold and unpleasant winter, and the disagreeable days of the first of March, this season of delightful and refreshing1 weather, invited the inmates of houses; who have been accustomed for some time past to get as near the stove as possible, to step out and regale themselves in the open air. Yesterday and to-day hate been equally as tempting. Squads of men may be seen seated here and there in all imaginable contentment, in busy conversation; the ladies promenading and making calls, or in their own significant term, " _visitations;" and the youthful lads engaged in various sports.— Such, in a great measure, is the situat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

"vroyicE.-NOTicE is hereby giv-1" en to all persons not to _poTchase two _^Promissory Notes of $80 each, given by mo w George Smith, of Antes township, Blair county, dated January 2, 1858, ono payable In three months and the other in six months, as I am defarmined not to pay said notes unless compelled by law, never having received value therefor. ; _ftb. 2S_^3t») _y JOHN MATHE3_. MIL_^ARY HALE..—The " subscriber _begi leave to inform the public, _jthat his large and oomnwdiow apartmententitled "Military Hall" is at their Mrn_6yfetr;WoetragsBalls, 4ci' Termsi reasonable. ETeaiwAyf keeps in bis SaloonIn tho same building, the best quality of Lager Beor. Give him a; call. _Aatoonn ,March4,18584t.*] A. SHULTZE. A _CHANCE FOB BiLRGAINS — _Xl The _stiixcriber offers it _^ Private | sale _^ two splendid Lottina very _deriraWs part of the town of Altoona. The lota are in fine order, with a nnmber of choice Trees pbuited thereon, which are in a thrifty condition. Enqnlro of [?eb.26-lm] OE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

DU VALL'S GALVANIC OIL.—This valuable preparation can ibe bad at the store of Henry _Lelir, in Andrew Green's old stand, North Ward. Tho attention of thepublicitunvitedtdthe&Uowing HOME TEST1JIONY: if] From the LewUburg ' Chionicle. DcvAii'_s Qalvaxic Oil.—The' above medicine hhs been distributed through our county for the first tim_* within the last month- lr- regard to Ita powerful _preparation we can say, it is r«»mmcnded by the press In 6troiiger-t'_?ims than any o:_'i»r _prepj_^ratlon ever _brought before tho Jjublic-. Many instances of almost _niiroculonc cures have been recorded by the us« of the above preparation. It is Klid to act by imparting to the nervous system a current of _eJecErlcitv. — Au4 it is applicable to the cure of all sore and painful _diseases From the _Ltvtutcqcft Aurora. I have been afflicted for ten years with Chronic _Diarrhodt. and have received more benefit from _DuvalT* Galvanic Oil than any other medicine I ever used. '. alex.;mcKEe. Olirer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

¦ t6F*i>uriag the prolonged session of the U. S. Senate, _wliioh lasted daring the whole of _Monday night, quite an amiable little interchange of feeling and sentiment took place between _Measra. Cameron, of Pa., and; Green, of Mo. Each would have it that the other was a liar, and_^ that he wasn't afraid of him. On the nest morn-J ing, however, the matter was straightened up; by IjIrV Green _witiidrawing the personal remarks he had made and "Simon" afterwardsf ' wjiggle_^iraggUng." K_ _ . The'U. S. frigate Niagara __ as been_4 sent to England to take part in the laying of the ;Atlantic Telegraph cable. The same vessel took part last) year. The Co. purpose commencing operations some time in June. To this end 700 miles of addi tional cable are being manufactured. C. " _YT. Field, Esq., is again to superintend tihe enterprise. We trust that this attempt to connect the two continents may be suecjessful.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

_^_ojpLi Conduct.—-Some two weeks ago «s;j|^passenger train was passing along bet_^eja Iiockport and _jtfew Florence, the cngtaottr noticed a boy waving _bia handkerchief, in advance of the _trtpn, as a signal to iim to stop He promptly stopped the trji& _; when a short distance ahead a large t_^p was discovered lying across the track. Bat fa* the boy's timely warning a fearful dtijftjMliiliiiii of- life and property might have _oajjufeod. The passengers, _realising at a f_$mfietne danger to Efe or limb to which tbay-Jbuvd; been exposed, promptly raised a tWiit of money, and tendered it to t&e boy, jM_^li_^ght testimonial of their gratitude. £J_$|: he promptly but politely refused it, saying, "febarge nothing for saving lives." That boy is a noble specimen of mankind , and If spared will make his mark in the world. T-.W-;.- • ¦ ¦ - " tarn* • ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

T? _,F> MIDDLETON & 1 A _a BROTHER, Impmierz and Dealers in Wines and Li<j(t'/rs. return their thanks to their friends for the libcrul _sharo of patron._igc heretofure beatowpd, and _ruspectAiily solicit a continuance of _tlie Baino, at tho OLD ESTABMSUJIENT% NO. 6 X. _JfUONT ST., Philadelphia, wh_^ro they _hsvealarge assortment of WINES and LIQVORSoftheehoice»t _brands und _qualities. _Having madt- armiigemenlH with some of the first _houses in Cognac anil _Kocheliu, enables _ttiein to ftirui_«h to _ilieir _custojn_«rrs upon the most reason? ble toru.i tho following brands of Co_^ncc and Ruchelle Brandies: BRANDIES. _Otard, Iknnesy, Marett, ¦ Pinnett, _Ctutillion, MarteU, T Hints, Mlerortin, J. J. Dtpuy d (X>. J. StiijtuiU. rfc., <fc. WINES. _CJiampagnt, Old Oporto, ' \_Burnwidy, Madeira, Tenaifft, Claret, Sherry, Litbon, \Haci, Muscat <£ Malaga IVinei of various brands mid qualities. IIollandGin_, Sohcidam Schnapps, Jamaica Spirits,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

16?* The vote on the Lecompton swindle will be taken in the TJ. S. Senate on Moniday.-next It _wilJLglfip _»e taken in Pennsylvania on the second. Tuesday of _$ext October. Time-servingiridtsters and political trimmers _willed well to make a note of _thjs faeti ¦J I ' ' ' : «_ * ¦«« _i • . ' ¦ I Gba_^Am '_s Magazine.—Sparkling and bright as a new " nickel," the April number of this popular Fqfg"y?"_^ has found its way to our table. ' Leland's motto i_£ still _^JExcelsior." I ¦' ¦ <«»'» . i tQuOur " solons" at Harrisburg are still very busy doing nothing-_^-at least, of any interest to our readers.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

A LTOONA SELECT SCHOOL.— f\ The Second Term of thU Institution will commence on the 6th of April next, under the superintendence of J. B. EWING, in the West Ward Public _^chool _Hoote. The _schosl will consist of pupils of both _sexea. At the commencement of each session .the rehoUra will be examined and classed in that department for which they are best fit* ted.' Tho course of instruction wilt embrace Mathematics, ordinary . Session will continue Four Months. TERMS. Primary Department—Alphabet, Orthography, Rending, Elements of Arithmetic and Geography. J8 60. Junior Department—Reading, Writing, Primary Grammar, Geography and Arithmetic, 4 SO. Senior Department—Grammar, Geography, 111btory, Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Natural and Moral Philosophy, Elocution and Latin, 6 00. Scholars in the ¦ Senior Department will be permitted to study any of the brandies taught in the other departments. No deduction made except in _coBe&ofbrotracted sickness. IA complete Bft of M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Altoona Tribune — 18 March 1858

Tff "VX7 W A T . T . A in _T?'. — If. FBEXCH BURR MILL STONE, WILL FITR _XMH1XU tf- STEAM EA'GiyJS ESTABLISHMENT, 319. 321, 313 Liberty i<_ opposite SmitXfieM tf., _tflUburg, _ita Steam engines for Saw and flouring Mills gtnerallV on hand and made to order. _Tfoilers ft* Engines _madj on tnort notir". Kronih Burr Mill Stones, old and _nsw jl'ick,_tif my o»iu mamilkcturf, _always on bjmd at the l_^wtHt prices.— Mill Spindli*. " Mill Irons, Mill and _Regulating Screws, Picks. Srrtfii Wire, Corn and Cob Grinders, CaHt|IrotiProbt Staff* and. Leather Beltings _alwaya en hand. ;: _I.ull'd Patent French Burr Smut Machines, asupericr article_, used iul over £00 of the beat mills in the west. They run light, clean well and nut, und will last i lift- thru:.— _>V hen _tiiey become dull, the edge can be reiiaw«_il by cracking tlie Burr. We annex a certificate tern on_<tjof Jlie largost flouring milk in the west; and for _flirthcj! particulars rt-fiT to our _handbills....

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