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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - April 6, 1891, Altoona, Pennsylvania Musmon Coytt atm the its so is we ��4$sst it amp by is a it Xuc a cts. A Monivol. I no. 248. Altoona. A. Monday evening. April 6. 1891. One cent a copy not Goins up now unlike so Many dealers in dress goods muslims and notions making the Mckinley Tariff Bill theirs Cap Goat the popular dry goods firm on the Corner of eleventh Avenue and twelfth Street did not go up on prices but kept continually on the Cut. Frank Xvi. Morrow Hasni to got the heart to add to the hard times High prices on the contrary he gives the Public another Chance to Par i tic Pate in one More broadside of bargains that will Wake up the natives from the verdant slopes of the classic Creek of Cahokia to the far of Snow capped Peakes of Sierra Nevada. Lowest prices Poropat Chas. H. Yon groceries and provisions Cor. I4th amp Washington avenues. Cash Blair a Keystone stationery. We carry the goods in Stock. Everything at factory prices. Sole agents for this City. Giles bros., wholesale stationers 8th Avenue and 12th St., second floor Early signs every week brings a new variety. This week it is the designs of our endless variety of Wall paper and window shades. Our papers at All times Are lower in Price and in greater variety than at any of our competitor s stores. A Call will convince you. Al Yoist 8x co., eleventh Street Ano twelfth Avenue Altoona. A. P. Vve hang papers at remarkably Low figurer Forney bios plumbers Gas and j steam fitters. No. 1202 eighth Avenue Altoona. 5s5ml. Hot water heating a specially. Lets Trade. We Lutish have room Ami for to Days commencing april 9th, will sell you boots shoes Etc., at heavy r from regular prices. We never advertise what what we do not mean to do. And you will secure some bargains in first class goods. East Side shoe store the Oei and the new. Ramey Block i 815 East twelfth Street. The Oei Council finishes business Anh the new m pm reus sworn in. I. K. Ramey a Rill knocked out will not Ray for paving twelfth Street the water Supply to be looked after. Common Council met in its last regular session this morning with president Moore in the chair and messes. Adams Baer Bennett Breisacher Emeigh Flanigan Holman Hiteman Little Reese Peightal Robinson present. The minutes of last regular and adjourned meetings were read and approved unfinished business of select Council was then taken up As follows in the matter of the Bill of i. K Ramey for livery birr a report was read from the City solicitor that it should not lie paid As it was contrary to Law. A Resolution accompanied the report directing that the controller should furnish an item out of which it could be paid and draw a warrant for same it was moved to no concur in the action of select Council. The Resolution was nun concurred in unanimously. Ordinance no. 411, fixing the salary of clerk for Waler commissioners at $84t0 per annul payable monthly was taken up Aud concurred in yeas 12, nays Adams not voting. The committee on highways and sewers returned Grade of Twenty fourth Street Between Broad and eighth Avenue together with Blue print and course of fourth sewer. Tile report of the committee was concurred in estimate of Cost for Terra Cotta sewer to connect with fourth District sewer reported favourably from committee on highways and sewers and adopted. In the matter of purchasing a chemical engine for the Friendship fire company the Resolution which had been previously Laid on the table was non concurred in. A Resolution instructing the City solicitor to proceed against delinquent tax payers Aud in Case of Bis neglect the work to be done under direction of councils at the City solicitors expense was called up. This Resolution bad been vetoed by the mayor after having been adopted by councils. The mayors veto was sustained. A Resolution instructing the City solicitor to confess judgment in favor of the Asphalt Block company in the sum of $6,688-10 for the paving of Green and Chestnut avenues and twelfth Street was read and amended to read $5,251.85 for paving Chestnut and Green avenues excluding Crossings and twelfth Street Bill. Adopted As amended. Controller Harpham having addressed a communication to the City solicitor As to whether or not an occupation tax could be collected under the present ordinance making the tax Levy for the year 1891, that official answered by letter that such tax coaids not be collected. The comma mutations were ordered filed and referred to select Council. Or Breisacher offered the following Resolution which was adopted that the water commissioner be and Are hereby authorized and directed to furnish and itemize estimate of the Cost As near As possible for the building of a storage Reservoir at Kittanning Point also the capacity thereof and also the estimate for securing a new Supply from Brush run also for the making of a test of the Artesian Well system. Adopted. A Resolution citing the fact that the committee appointed to revise the City ordinances had failed to perform thai duty and authorizing the appointing of a new committee to perform the work was adopt d. Resolutions of thanks were unanimously tendered president Moore Aud Cark la Sling Tor the manner in which they had performed their duties during the past year. On motion the contracts awarded by the various committees were ratified by councils. The City solicitor was instructed to prepare an ordinance establishing the Grade of Twenty fourth Street Between Broad Street and eighth Avenue a Resolution authorizing the finance committee to devise Means whereby the salaries of the lieutenant sergeant Aud patrolmen of the City pm lice Force might be increased to per month was referred to the finance committee. The hour of to of clock having arrived president Moore declared Council adjourned sine die and clerk Heinsling taking the chair called to order the new Council. The first business in order was Nom ins Lions for temporary chairman and or j. C. Adams was nominated and elected. Or. H. T. Heinsling was nominated Anil elected As temporary clerk. The clerk then read certified copies of the election returns showing that messes. J. 8. Elway j. R. Eustace Joseph p. Harney f. P. Molloy Aud r t. Shields were the newly elected members of common Council. Also that messes. Emeigh Breisacher and Little had been re elected the Roll was then called Aud showed messes. Adams. Breisacher Emeigh Eustace Harney Hoffman Little Molloy Peightal Reese Shields and Moore to be present and messes. Banker Coll Elway and Shidler absent. Nominations for permanent president were then in order and Thomas Moore was nominated and unanimously elected. On taking the chair or. Moore returned ins thanks Tor the Honor conferred and then announced that the next business in order was the election clerk or. La t Heinsling was nominated and unanimously elected. The in it business was the swearing a id the new me nil ors and this duty was performed by president Moore. Council then adjourned until 7 30 o clock this evening. Dot you want a Good suit , go to Cesser the tailor no. 1003 eleventh a nut the marriage record. Shat i on bees in. Last saturday reverting Rev d. S. If Heubaugh United in holy Wedlock or. Blair Simeon and miss Mary Reegler both of this City the wedding was a quiet on and none but the immediately interested parties were at the parsonage of the officiating Minster of Christ reformed Church where the ceremonies took place. Death record. Or. Elen Clemons. Yesterday at the residence of her daughter Virs. Samuel Carson Broad Street Millville mrs. Ellen Clemens died aged 86 years and 7 Days. The funeral will take place to Morrow afternoon at 2 o clock. Tyler a child of e. D and a. E. Tyler died at the Home of the parents no 906 Twenty third Street this morning of w hooping cough. The funeral will take place to Morrow afternoon at 2 of clock. Interment in Eastern Light cemetery. William w twin. This morning at 1 15 of clock. William w. Gwinn died at his Home no. 2904 seventh Avenue of pneumonia aged 47 years. The remains will be taken on wednesday mornings train to Newry where the interment will be made in the lutheran cemetery. In. Caroline Miller. This morning at Twenty five minutes before 9 of clock mrs. Caroline Miller died at her residence no. 1210 fifth ave nue of pneumonia aged 73 years less Thiee Days she leaves three children mrs. John Mcarthur mrs. Darsey Ellen Berger and miss May Miller to mourn their great loss. Funeral services will be conducted at. The late Home of the deceased on thursday afternoon at 2 30 of clock after which the interment will take place in Oak Ridge cemetery. City printing contracts a Wardell. A meeting of the printing committee of the City councils was held in select Council chamber last saturday night when the bids were opened and contracts award cd As follows Altoona Tribune City advertising ordinances and resolutions notices for special meetings record Book. Solicitors notices Blunk ordinances and Resolution paper order books Roll Calls for councils mayors pay Rolls. Altoona Mirror note Heads voucher Blanks tax notices eight tax receipt books Street commissioners reports. Altoona times City advertising blot ters Barclay amp Sony letter , stamped envelopes Blank warrants sub pumas recon seances poor House commit meals information notices building sewer tap Etc., notices eight duplicate Nook $ and $ Sheet Blanks j Sheet endorse Menti department reports warrant books committee cards with list of City officers receipts for treasurer s use License notices. Charles Mccartney tablets Legal Cap per Ream Ledger Oue and supplies such As Ink pens penholder paper fasteners Lead pencils Etc. J a Rickabaugh tin tags for wagons per Hundred lecture on the who Norlex. Or. W. F. Taylor division operator of the Altoona division will read a Imper to the electrical Section of the Altoona mechanics Library at Library Ball this evening on the a Uphou Polei or the multiple transmission Over one the Phonph x is a Patent of or. Edison a and is one of the latter modes for the receiving of Telegraph messages and facilitates the work of the operator and at the same time and on the same who that the Phon Polex is being used an Ordinary key and relay can be operated and this without in ter Terence to each other. Its peculiarities. The modes of operating it and its advantages will be made Plain to All who m y be fortunate enough to hear or. Taylor a paper this evening. As is Well known by reason of his former lectures or. Taylor is an entertaining and a Tim it talker and his papers Are prolific and just terming with interest and information. The lecture will be followed by a general discussion of the subject after which an election of the unfilled offices for the ensuing year will ire held. Letters held at the Post office. Improperly addressed Reidi Anderson thirteenth Street Between eighth and ninth avenues s. A Hinton eleventh Avenue and Twenty sixth Street Harry j Keith 57 set nth Avenue mrs. W e. Goon 210 third Avenue William Weld 12 fourteenth Avenue mrs Annie spen Lur 307$ third Avenue William Cornelius 325 Howard Avenue Tom Leonard 1514 fourth Street miss Mattie Howe 155$ eleventh Avenue Cal Kirk 1102 twelfth Avenue Irvin Ronde Green Avenue Between eighth and ninth Street j mrs. Alice e. Tingling 30 Washington Avenue a a a. The Man who dresses Well secures the advantage of evidently try ing to please other an advantage whose value always counts Fen much in Busi Ness As Well As in the six Tai circles be sides this his appearance certifies so favourably for him that he is snared much of the examination that would follow a bad impression and experience the proud satisfaction of being promptly accepted As the gentleman he appears to be. G i ssh the tailor. 1603 eleventh Avenue c in j ii or of a permanent u machine Boe or want newer second hand Furni Ture no matter what your tastes May be la want to buy Exchange or sell Harry Wayne is the Man to see. 906 Chestnut Avenue done to be a a Oyster. It you do you will soon be out it Date go this evening and see Quandt a Cherry about a new Spring suit. It wont Cost much there and you w5m be treated generously emperor William buys Tho Thistle. London april 6.�?the scotch yacht Thistle which tried in vain for the America cup has been bought by toe German emperor who intends to race her in English Waters this summer of the alterations which have been made have Iner ased her Speed she will have another try in new Turk Harbor. Assassination threatened. Sofia april 6.�?prince Ferdinand and his Kotlier Princess Clementine have received letters threatening them with death if they do not leave the country. M. Great off has also been threatened with assassination if he does not resign his position As minister of foreign affairs. Terrific Gale in Scotland. Glasgow april 6.�?a terrific Gale is Sweet aug Over Scotland and numerous wrecks Are reported along the Northern coast. At Peterhead Aberdeen the whole population is on the Shore watching the struggles of the fishermen a vessels trying to Laud. The Popes Hoeltl vigorous. London april 6. A private advices from Rome bring Gratifying in a of the Pope s marvelous virility. His intellect was never clearer than it is now and his physical health is probably better than at any time during the past ten years. Our Trade with Italy. Romp april 6.�?the total value of the merchandise exported from Italy to the United states in 1890 is $24,200,000, of which amount Sicily and Naples sent $12,100,000, which wus mainly in fruit. Dunn out on rail. New Orleans april . Arthur Dunn who killed Frank Waters in a Street it id of the night following the Parish prison Lynching Nan a preliminary a i Iii i Nat i o 11 saturday and Wao released on $10,Odo bail. Or. Split Ola suffer a relapse. Was Triton april 6.�?congressman Spinola. Of new Turk who has been confined to ins lied for in to than a Monto snared a relapse Audie much verse. For additional telegraphic news see second thin and fourth pages. Hollidaysburg happenings. Special correspond me of the Mirror. William Smith and his Friend departed for Princeton on saturday morning. Borough Council meets ibis evening at which time action will be taken in the matter of the granting of aright of Way Over our streets to the Hollidaysburg Aud Altoona electric railway company. The funeral of David m Sellers took place at 2 of clock yesterday afternoon appropriate services were held in the methodist episcopal Church after which the grand army and Odd Fellows con ducted service at the grave fell he funeral of John Locke proceeded to the presbyterian cemetery on the arrival of Ile 1 15 to in this afternoon where the body was interred. H. A Mcfadden. Esq is still confined to his bed but is improving the condition of Bessie g. Hayes was somewhat improved yesterday solent William a Murray Post 39, g. A will celebrate a in Twenty fifth anniversary of its organization in their Hall this evening. It is with feelings of deep sorrow hat we Are called upon to record the a Atli of Rev. Or r. S. Hitchcock w hich sad event occurred at2 of clock this morning at the Young ladies Seminary of this place. The cause of his death was pneumonia. Which fit St attacked him about ten Days since. The deceased was born in a v port Rhode Island and at the time of his death about 72 years of ase. In came to Hollidaysburg in 1881 from Danville Kentucky where he a professor of latin. Since then to and his wife mss j. B. Hitchcock have conducted Tho Seminary at this place. He possessed Many Able qualities a a teacher and As an instructor of the languages had no sup r it it a in this Section of the state he a regarded by ail As a Ripe scholar and eminently to Ted to fill the position held by him since be came into our midst. His friends in this place As Well a elsewhere a very numerous and receive the news of by death with profound grief in his death we lose a Good citizen and one whose place will be hard to fill. His re Mains will be taken to Kentucky for inter ment burglar Al Bellwood. On Friday last an attempt was made to Rob a jewelry store in that place. The would be robber had Cut the pane of Glass in the window but in getting it out the proprietor who sleeps in the store was awakened and warned the Man away. He went but came Back in about an hour and again attempted to get in. The Man in Side the store shot the Bullet taking Effet t in the strangers Side. The wounded Man w As afterwards taken to his Home Down the Road in the Vicinity of Huntingdon. March Hospital donations. James a. Elway one can of lard forty three pounds mrs. Benedict Flowers Rev. Munden one pair of split crutches Paul Mckiernan two pairs of pantaloons and two shirts a Friend old Muslin James Raymond sharpening razors mrs. Dorothy Rudolph four and one half dozen eggs for easter mrs. Lesson Buttermilk for patient mrs l. B. Reifsneider Lily Plant for easter Young woman a Christian Temperance Union Flowers during the month and on easter morning Robert Stewart the presbyterian for sunday Reading a. W. Me Chen account clerks bed $25 g. W. Strattan contributions of machine shop employees $12.55 Taylor amp Mccoy Gallitzin car Load of Coal amount $26.23 w May account lathe and air Brake shop bed $47,55 g. W. Skyman contributions of employees car shops $31. Tho wheel goes around. Under this significant heading the Boss clothing dealers of the town messes. Stern amp Bendheim announce their new Spring Stock of clothing and gents fur nit Hing goods. The a. Is Good Reading and the goods offered to the Public Are Worth buying and wearing with every satisfaction both As to Quality of material and As to Price. You done to take chances in the wheel but come out ahead every time you turn it round. Read the and. On our third Page. The daily Mirror including the eight double issues wednesdays and saturdays of each week Only Twenty five cents a month. An open Challenge. I will Span with any of the boys of my Pize in Gay sport from $10 up to $100, in eluding la c., j. My. By. Cd a j. F. If the it want to except this Challenge Call at b Zeigler spool room. Yours. M. Mag. Ii Olli d v Yunu to april 3, 1891. Machine poetry. Of you Are going to move this Spring and in the new place the old furniture wont tit Why sell or Exchange with Harry Wayne and get something to suit you for it. Kim Chestnut Avenue neat tasteful and pretty All our styles of trimmed hats and bonnets come under this head and this does nut do them Justice. They Are Gor goons magnificent Superb and can Only be appreciated by calling and feasting your eyes on Emir beauties. All manner of untrimmed hats and bonnets and the lab shades in ribbons. You Are Cordi ail it invited to Call. Mrs j m Ston Bakir 1327 eleventh Avenue. Int worst danger about neglecting a it ugh or cold is Eon in option we can assert our readers that no Medicine equal pan Tina cough and consumption cure Friar bottles five it j. Ross Mateer drug Gin Gable j goes prices on seasonable dry goods keep dry Westfall a buy a Quot Mackintosh it a brakeman injured. The Johnstown Tribune of saturday says or. J. L. Piper a brakeman had one of his hands mashed in the Yard at pm Conemaugh at an Early hour this morning while at ins employment he i was brought Down to the office of or. W b. Bowman about 3 of clock this morning where the injury was dressed and he Tot k the first train for his Home in Altoona. West fall has the cheapest and by St urn Trellas a it tin a a to i Myrtll i in t Kio gloves. New Spring shades of desirable make of Good wearing kid gloves at62$c.75c87$ela $1 25 and $1 50. Everything in silk taffeta Glove at 25 to 50c. Embroideries. Black skirt Width embroideries. White skirt widths for ladies and children 25 to 45 inches wide and Range in Price from 50c. To $1 a Yard. Edgings. In narrow and medium widths in new patterns 2$ to 50c. A Yard. Lace Flou icings. _ our new line of lace flour rings skirt widths 36 to 42 inches wide 95c. To $2.75. We also have some very pretty patterns in Black lace in narrow widths i. E. To to 20 Nohe wide 59c. To $1.37$ a Yard. Hosiery. We have just received our Fine line it Spring weight hosiery in our own fast Blacks unbleached and fancy colors from 5 to 75c. A pair. We have the largest 26t line in this City. Lace curtains. The first lot of our own import of lace curtains Are Bere. They run in new and pretty pattern at 65c., 75c., to $1.25. $1 50, $1 75, $2 to $10 a pair. Gingham. We done to think you Ever saw prettier Gingham than we have this season suit Able for ladies. Misses and children a dresses. 8j, to 12$, 17 and 25c. A Yard. Best dress goods Stock in the City. Only the new styles to show you. Next thursday april 9, we will com Mence at our Branch store 1108 eleventh Avenue inc biggest Muslin underwear hah of the season look Tor Price lists
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