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   Evening Mirror (Newspaper) - October 30, 1877, Altoona, Pennsylvania                                ESTABLISHED JUNE OCTOBER B MUSICAL Teacher of Fiirate ingtrwtioni fivea In COMPOSITION aadoa at hUroomt 1016 Twelfth Pupils desiring in the elements of music eater classes at any THREE SPLENDID SONGS By MARNAY MAT tnd A popular and charming little When once heard cannot be Price 25 and Cho After of depression act it is a relief to get holdofsointtbimg as f nil of and goodcheer as Price 25 WE SHOTJIJO LOVE EACH OTHER MORE publUarA by the A beautiful totag and Leslie writer It la most and all who hear It are enthusiastic in Its The chorus can he sung by six voices or as a It 13 sim Do not fail to get The ahore songs sent postpaid on receipt of Sent for catalogue of other Address Altoona THE MUSICAL ADVOCATE A LARGE FOURPAGE de voted exclusively to the of music In Public Churches and Only 4O Cents per Sample Copies for a 3 Cent Good active agents Send for Editor and PA Wholesale 1114 TWELFTH Has the Exclusive Sale of the Chicago Grandest Opening OF MURRAYS New Extension The Largest The place that can and does hold the largest amount of DRY GOODS CARPETS IS THE OUR STOCK IS IMMENSE In Dress Muslins of all Cassl Trim Ladies Blankets Carpets from 16 cents Oil Cloth from to three all We cannot begin to quote prices ot half our but give you a few and 6 cento for the bleached and from 5 to 10 CANTON FLANNEL 8 cents 50 BARRED FLANNELS of all from cents A full line of Gloves and from 25 Call and ee the and learn the lowest prices of William YSADORK WACOM 16th 12th and 13th two All of to aid and prtew to NeW Waf HARRY Corner EleventhAvenut and Tiedfth BLAIR STATE Pennsylvania canal will be kept in navigable order till late in EnaleBton and Shippenville nar row gauge railroad will be completed to Clarion in a few Attorney General will be heard be fore the Supreme Court at in the attachment case on Thursday Edward Fisher tried to commit suicide because a prostitute left him for a handsomer a merchant of committed suicide Erie Saturday mom ing by The body was still warm when bat life was He had been partly deranged for some physicians of reputable stand ing do well in two or three of this character having an annual income of from to from their practice which is chiefly confined to ladies and chil effort is being made to obtain a par don for McMasters of Pitts Notice that an application for a pardon will be made to the Board of Par ions on the second Tuesday of tias been the fugitive from Cla rion captured in Missouri and brought back last was principal of a under the name of had joined the church and applied for license to electric bells now being placed at the oil exchanges in the oil regions will be rung simultaneously from Pittsburgh on the opening and closing of and the time will be regulated by the Observa tory clock in charred remains of McCul iough were found in the debris of her in burned Sunday She had been intoxicated the evening pre and was alone in the the other member of the family being off visit Patriot says on Saturday and Sun day large flocks of wild geeaee were ob served winging their way over the city fly ing Several of the flocks had 25 and 30 while in one counted on there were say the is an indication of a sudden cold snap or corning storm on the northern of has donated two fine buildings at which are valued at the United Presbyterian For eign Mission and Bible the pro ceeds from rents to be devoted to the free distribution of Biblea in Egypt and Pales in the Arabic and native He has the supervision of the disbursement during his George son of John banker of placed a pistol to his head Sunday in the room which he occupied over his fathers and pulling the trigger the charge killing him The de ceased was between twentyfive and thirty years of and was a gentleman of good education and fine night last the barn of in Moon Allegheny was destroyed by together with a quantity of valued at and also in considerable The property was not It is believ ed that the fire was the work of incendia as two men were observed running into the woods by a neighbor who first discov ered the Sheriff Wright of Philadel commenced to sell the largest lot of properties that has ever been sold at any one sheriff sale in The list as advertised embraces 441 covering about These properties are in the main sold to recover on mort which are for amounts of a few hun dreds up to many thousands of Many of them are also fold to recover on ground rents and mechanics in many cases for amounts of less than all the depositors who had less than in the Franklin Savings Bank have now been paid The bills receivable held by the bank are being collected as fast as they fall and prep arations are being made to pay a percent age to each of the remaining excepting who have money on These latter will get nothing until all the outside depositors have been paid It has been decided to make the first payment on the first of and one every thirty days thereafter until all are paid extensive steam and water flour ing mill of John and Alexander in the village about seren miles west ot the borough of in Washington was destroyed br fire on Saturday morning also the shoe maker sbop of and a covered one hundred feet in adjoin ing the The mill contained bushels of with small quantities of other grain and flour belonging to farmers in the The total loss is estimated at No Embezzler October and Auditor of Aug laise arraigned at Wapakoneta charged with embeziling county Myers pleaded and was sentenced to three years in the Peniten Smith was committed in default of pretty picture is a healthy looking and well cared for By the use of Bulls you can the health of year in splevdtd Twen tyUTC cents a October Hayes to day sent the following nominations to the Senate Theodore collector of customs Edwin aud Brad ford naval officer for the port New York Henry collector of Chicago Robert collec tor of Chicago Robert of Mobile Jewett Palm collector internal Fifteenth district of Ohion James collec tor internal Second Virginia dis trict Francis collector of Platt of New supervising inspector of steam vessels for the Second district John Feh of supervising inspector of steam vessels for the Seventh district Lewis of to be ap praiser of under provisions of section of revised John of to be United States circuit judge for the Sixth circuit Romanzo Bunn to be United States district judge for the western district of Wiscon sion William Hayden of the District of secretary of legation in Brazil John of to be assistant appriser of and James naval officer at New Orleans John collector of Georgia Gabriel United States attorney for the district of Kentucky Lewis United States attorney for the northern and middle districts of Al abama Edgar of to be assistant attorney To be United States of at Turks Island Wal ter of at Mar tinique of at Nas sau Julius of New at Osaka and Hiago of at To be United States Fitzsimtnons for Georgia Waldron for the western district of Tennessee Allen for the western district of Missouri John Dunn for To be United States for Edwin of New to be enyoy and minister pleni potentiary of the United States in Guilford Wiley of to be United States consul general at Shang Pennsylvania October the nominations sent in today were the follow ing Pennsylvania postmasters Chester Greensburg Kittanning John Lock Haven Muncy Robert Norristown John Phoenixville Titusville Tidioute John Bethlehem Daniel Cham bersburg Hanover Media Oil City Phillipsburg Tyrone Pottstown Douglass Wilkesbarre Ship Pittston Miss Ox ford Edward East Mauch Chunk Karns City Newport Waynesboro Joseph West Hayes Trip to October Cabinet session yesterday lasted an hour and a aud was mainly devoted to clearing up several matters of minor importance preparatory to the departure of President Hayes on his trip to It was decided by President Hayes to leaye here for that city at ten oclock to A special car will be provided for President Hayes and which will con in addition to the President and mem bers of his of Secretary Evarts and a portion of his family Secretary Attorney General Devens and Secretary Thanksgiving October Hayes is sued his proclamation appointing November as the day of thanksgiving and Congressional In the Senate various petitions and memorials were introduced and In the House about 850 bills were intro duced and at five oclock the call when the Speaker announced the commit which we will publish South Carolina October Grand Jury on Saturday returned a true bill against Case late revenue col lector for the district of South Carolina for forgery in two and for altering and printing warrants upon the A true bill was also found against Robert the colored Con gressman from the Fifth for accept ting a bribe of to vote as State Sena tor for the passage of a fraudulent printing The case is so clear that he has not appeared at the present session of Death ot General October Bedford For the great Confederate cavalry died last evening at the residence of his Jeaeft on Union street Keep boots and shoes for the winter that will keep your feet The place to get them is at New received this morning at Go to McCullonghs for your boots and who have tried Rinehftrts 1 Long Cut Smoking never go A Horrible special to the Commercial from ChilHcothe says A terri ble double shocking this city and the country for miles committed about oclock Friday on the Circleville six miles north of this The victims were Edward McVey and ah old aged about seventy who kept a tollgate at the point in A young girl about fifteen years of age lived with the old occupying a sleeping room adjoining and all particulars known are gathered from The way she tells it as follows That about midnight she was aroused by the fir ing of pistol and hearing shrieks from the girl became greatly frightened and got cut of and crawled un der the While lying there shivering with a man came into her room and searched through all the but passed but without discovering After he had left the room the girl rushed to a jumped to the distance of about ten and ran to a Several men repaired to the and on entering the house a horrible sight met their The old man lay on the floor with a bullet through his heart and the old lady was sitting in a chair donbled one bullet in her right breast and another in her both in their night clothes and both stone The house was filled with the murderer having attempted to barn the but According to the the murderer jean pants and a black Great excitement prevailed this morning on the spreading of the news Jhundreds of people flocked flocked to the acd knots of men col lected on all of the principal streets dis cussing The Connty Commissioners promptly offered a reward of for the discovery of the and detectives from Cincinnati were at once telegraphed The old folks had over three hundred dollars in the and the impression is that the murderer knew and while searching for it was overheard by and who got up to save their proper Three men have been but as yet no satisfactory clue has been The fact that the old people were when their age and feebleness rendered such a step leads to the infer ence that the murderer was a person whom they knew and who killed them to cover up his no doubt the girl would have been killed if she had been A Drover Disemboweled by an Enraged Thursday evening at Aumes a cattle was attacked by a vicious which he was and knocked trampled and gored by the enraged receiving in juries of a freightful His abdo men was ripped open to such an extent that almost his entire bowles gushed out upon the but notwithstanding this McCandless rose to his feet and ran for some daagging his bowels after He was cared bat nearly an hour elapsed before the attendance of a physi cian could be and by this time his intestines had become nearly cold and was turning They were the wound and his condition thereaf ter considered but nevertheless as it was feared acute inflamation would set The bull was shot by a son of Commercial word about The newest in vention is a strap made of any pretty gimp as and by means of which the tail can be held but jokers are already calling this practical addition a Other trains are drawn elegantly through spa cious hollow pockets it pock eting ones a thing not being in the animal creation has heretofore make a specialty of visiting and Wedding and invite all to call and see our specimens and CLOSING PRICES OF JeHAVBN 40 South Third October 6s J 108 108 Philadelphia and Reading Valley 39 Lehlgh Coal and Navigation United and Canal 115 Tltnsvllle Buffalo Philadelphia and Erie 9 Northern Central Hestonville 12 29 the parsonage of the Second Presbjterian church this on Monday October by Ben ton Green of Martinsburf formerly of Altooaa and Miss Belle of ADDITIONAL LOCAL list crowded out of the present aldermen of this city report busi ness as very quiet in their Laurel Ridge between Altoona and are on mountains were white this morn ing with snow or we dont know Conroy was locked up last night by Officer for disorderly firstclass merchants keep the 1 Long Cut made by New on an en gine broke one of the main which caused considerable On Tenth near the Empire hook and ladder is a filthy gutter which needs immmediate William Cramer is engaged in giv ing his corner of Sixth avenue and twelfth several coats of was an infinitesimal snow and not a heavy fall of that fell in Ebensburg and parts adjacent last residing on Sixth ave has one of those curious sixhorned Texas It came from Dal in a cigar one suggeyis that the Londoners place Cleopatras yecdle in Threadneedle But it be just as proper to stick it in the building designed as a Catholic corner of Sixth avenue and Eleventh is rapidly approachitg It presents a neat drain pipes seems to be the order of the All around town we see workmen engaged in laying new pipes or repairing old flue new residence of Louis on Chestnut is Hearing It will be decidedly the hand somest house in third coat of paint is being applied to the United Brethren corner of Eighth avenue and Twelfth The church will be occupied in about two man who tried to rival the roses on his fair ones check couldnt do it till he tried brandy and and then they paled before the roseate splendor of his admit that we lost miserable remarked a Republican in an argu ment yesterday great how we swept everything before us over in France the Sweet Byaud By asks an exchange ever grow out of favor 1 We have it as a it makes a beautiful cornet it is often served out as a waltz and we hear it intooduced in the square an announcement elsewhere made it will be seen that Alexander Irwin is engaged in the conduct of the dry provision and notion corner of Seventh avenue and Twenty fourth having purchased the titlw and interest of the establishment from We bespeak for our much call attention to the card of Christian Fifth be tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth who keeps on hand a large and choice stock of groceries tvhich he sells at the lowest Bayer has been en gaged in this business for about fifteen years at hid prjaent We advise our friends to call and see TO COAL MSTJIERS On and after I Will ALL KINDS OF COAL at the following Reduced for cash only Sonman 25 Sooth Fork 2 50 Blairavle 3 25 Latrobe 3 25 Sclmylkill Shamokin 4 75 4t 75 Corner 9th and 16th FURNITURE FURNITURE 1008 ELEVENTH OPPOSITE FREIGHT received a fall linn of all Chamber and R for inch as onnfn Chamber and In fact t TticU fouad 12 a frtt which we will xwltlroly null than tney can bought for In this We iell for thereby losses by bt and are offering at Pleate ni a call aid pries our ynrenasinf Sole for the sale of the HartforA Woven Wlra and alw ajfent for the Colnttbns Woyen Wire bed JOSIAH IflWIR OPENING DAYS OF OCR Fall and Winter Latest Styles and We will commence on the 12th of this month and continue from f ay to day the opening of New Goods at our T nfliW nnfl Pliililponfl LdlllcS dllll IMIcllS In Felt and Trimmed and prices from down to 25 in forty different ostrich silk velvets and latest atylss and shades and very low In Ladies and Childrens In cloth and in twenty different styles and prices from down to 2 The latest c eaigns and finest goods that ever were brought to the city of We Q a AH ANTES to the ladles of this city and rounding country that In price we cannot not be undersold hy any The amottnt of goods Which we are getting In we will he compelled to sell in to make room for A great deal of our goods worth yon can bay for have thousands of articles for sale which cannot bo bought so low in price anywhere which will not annoy our readers In Remember the day of opening and Simon Dry Goods Corner llth and 13th to Corner 7th and 24th keeps on hand a fall stock of DRY 431 will sell at reduced prices to suit the Call and nxamine my stock before purchasing else I also make a seecialty of FRESH BUTTER AND which I sell at lowest market Grocer and Provision Fifth 14th iCth Oood stock at lowest A call is repeetfully We have some of the hest BARGAINS FOR YOU Ever brought to in Dry Boots and COME AND SEE CAMPBELL 1301 Eighth Bf W HENO SACHA THIS MEAJfS PURE It Is pnt op la Pound and Half Pound ard we guarantee package to bj from You raa a risk in trying as you can re turn it and jonr uuaey If It not suit 1301 Eighth Agents for   

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