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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - April 6, 1891, Altoona, Pennsylvania Now is your time to save Money. Ibe Well dressed the victims buried. A Mammoth funeral procession at Scottdale his wife to death. Seventeen thousand mourners. Stolz amp son new clothiers and gents furnishes next door to the opera House have Laid in a Large and Well selected Stock the Best and latest styles. Their goods Are not Only the latest in style but they Are makes not usually brought to this City. They were bought for Cash and will be sold terms that will bring Large crowds to our store. No Mattek what you May want in the line clothing and gents furnishing goods you All want the Best goods the latent styles and the lowest prices Ami tilt place to get All you want is at O. Stolz amp son. The new Cho thiels and furnishes. 1108 Lith Avenue. Tji k assignment Marsh bros., jewellers masonic Temple makes necessary the sacrifice their entire Stock watches jewelry silverware clocks bronzes and . Now is the time for genuine bargains w. A. Ambrose Assignee. Going up for the Good the Community May the coned thing for a horse thief desperado but going Down for the Good the Community is the proper thing where prices Are concerned and that is precisely where we propose to be refit our patrons. Prices will be lower the Vert strikers who were shot by the military buried in one grave a father lambing s eloquent plea for peace a labor death in counsel moderation. Scottdale pa., april 6.the Connellsville. Oks Region was convulsed saturday Aud the verge a general uprising when seven the victims the More Wood riots were buried. The funeral procession consist it d about 17,000 strikers who were further inflamed by the tiding that two More those wounded at More Wood had died. Their names a Paul Solusky Donnelly. A id Joseph Klas Man Mullins. The funeral procession contained More persons than the when nearly one numb i victims the Mammoth mine were buried. The to lies were confined in in Wool. On the breasts three bibles Wert placed and rosaries encircled to wrists the corps a. The younger men s bodies were wrapped in shrouds Brown and those the elder in Black. A great mass followed the hearses to the Railroad station and a number trains stood in waiting to convey the crowds to Scottdale. Vii saloons closed. The military a. Re guard at All arts and All the saloons were closed at Ottiale by order the authorities. Mass was said for the Dot and Iii the polish Catholic Church at mount pleasant. Each coffin was carried to the Church the she udders four Brawny hungarians. A squad solders accompanied the March to Fin Chapel. The funeral trains arrived at the Scottdale cemetery about 4 clock in the afternoon. About 6,00b men had accompanied tin procession to Scottdale who re they were joined by at least More. And it was estimated that at least 17,000 strikers were in St. Mary s Catholic cemetery during the Day. The coffins were carried Over a mile Muddy country roads by the comrades the dead. Buried in one grave. The grave consisted a Trench twelve feet Long seven feet wide and five feet deep. Arriving at pie common grave the coffins were tenderly plated the ground. The relatives the deceased pressed close to get a last look at the faces the dead. Respectfully the crowd kept within its Bounds while bereaved relatives dropped their last tears Over the coffins. Father lambing stall commanding figure a toot at the head the grave beside him was father Meigle. The faces the priests were full anguish As the crowd slowly began la move by in it . As straining to get a look at them. For in hour this continued when father lambing with a wave Ais hand brought tin surging crowd to a standstill and in a solemn tone in can to read the Aal the roman Catholic Chun ii. Rallies climbing eloquence. When tin peeling the ritual was finished father climbing in id a burning Amli cs., in word sorrow he with us this season than Ever before and splendid Stock new we have a great big furniture All kinds household decorations. This Means Good Fortune to every buyer. All goods in this line Are away up in Quality and just As Good As they make pm anywhere this Earth the styles Are the newest and nicest pick the big markets and the assortment is unequalled. Come and compare prices. You will never regret giving us a fair Chance to sell you Good goods cheap. Standard furniture company. Phenix Block. Opposite masonic Temple. Fearful crime a negro who was once a preacher. Jersey City april 6.edward Ballinger coloured who has been a preacher and a pugilist murdered his wife in a most brutal manner Early yesterday morning. The woman had recently left him account cruel treatment. Ballinger while besotted with liquor forced an Entrance into the House where his wife was stopping and began beating her head with a Hatchet. Again and again he Sank the weapon into tile woman s Skull. Even after the woman was dead the infuriated brute kept striking her with the Hatchet and when in finally desisted the woman s Skull was crushed to a Blee Ling mass. Both her were almost severed from the body they having been Cut while endeavouring to Ward off the blows. Bal linger then attempted to kill him ii. Pie had Cut himself severely about the head when the police arrived and disarm d him. The refusal the woman to again live with him was the reason Given by the murderer for his terrible crime. The wheel goes around for to tin such a was to St. I e dealt i men Over their Mon shed rho living to arse which had brought a Wail results. The con an fix i by the eloquence i los Odd Resit dined Many 13 Enns Al Van a Railroad Al in up fact dec 4, he Lav by a Arvild. I3�?-Oyster Kip raw except monday 2 20 a. I 9�?western express Dally.4 to a. Nil Johnstown ex., sunday 7 45 a. Amp a fresh daily. Is 4 10 a. It 3�?pacific Roth Dally.8 06 a. I 31-Way passenger m p. It 13�?mall, Dally. Quot. 3 46 p. A i in fast line Dally. Silo p. It i 5�?n. Y. And Chicago limited Dally 8 20 p. It 97�?johnstown ex., except sunday. 7 50 p. 61�? Altoona a room. A Dally 9 00 p. It zip Cincinnati it us Louis sex Dally. 10.46 p. Wjk j la Vbk eastward. R 4�?fast line a. It so Altoona accommodation 6.20 a. It 20�?atlantic express.7 06 a. It 30�?sea Shore express Dally.715 a it i 32�?n.y.aml Chicago lined Dally 10 48 a. It is Day express Dally la 50 a. It 32�?mall, Dally.2 00 p. Ii 4�?mail express Dally.6 20 p. It Llu Philadelphia express Dally 93 6 p. It 6�?eastern express Dally.10 56 p. It Bolli Dat Buxo Sha mob i Rains leave Dally except sunday to Points South at 7 10, 8.15, 8 50 a. 12 50, 1 61 4.15, 6.16, 8.00 and hoop m. Arrive at 6i4f 8.00, and u,i5 a Ami 1 36, 5 40, 7 u5 and a p. Sunday accommodation leaves for mom Vaysburg at 8. a. and 5.a p. In., arrive from Hollidaysburg at 8.55 a in and 6,15 p. In to Homb Divillo. Trains leave Tyrone for Bellefonte an Loch Haven daily except sunday at 8 10 3.10 and 7 16 p. And arrive from thus. Points at6.66 and 11 56 a. In. And 6 40 p. A leave Tyrone for Curwensville Dally except sunday at 8 �?~20 a. M., and 3 15 and 7 26 it a. And arrive from that Point at 6 50 Anc 11 46 a.m., and 6 17 p. Leave Tyrone for Scotia Fiat la except Sun Day at 7 50 a. And 3 29 p. M., and arrive from that Point at 11 40 a. Aud 7 20 p. A Braboy. Trains leave Ebensburg for Creeton at 74k and in 2ft a m. And 3 38 p. Return Ini leave Cresson at 9 46 and 11 10 a. We and 6 a p a oubb80ii Abd Coalport Railroad leave Irvona at 6 56 a. And 2 40 p. To arriving at Cresson at 8 20 a. And 4 10 p. In i leave Cresson at 9 60 a. 61 and 6 06 i. A driving at Irvona at 11 20 a. Aad 6.-0u p. a Church trains leaves Cresson every Banda at 9 20 a. In. And 5.06 p. Rn., arriving at Gres i son Al 9.60 a. In. And 4 p. In. $ Abb by a Abd Borth w St bib Railroad trains leave Bellwood tat8 00 a. And 8 28 p. a arrive at 11.20 a m. And 6 10 p. _ Reger photographer i 1106 eleventh Street i opposite eleventh Avenue opera mouse i Toyer Randolph s drug store Altoona Page rain and vengeful breast in obis. We re. Ullfig it i by ill for v Ngoan it e it it a. A i it ofter tin reus a Trio in the e Groat multitude hic mens mow i Forward to Onu enjoys both the method and results when syrup figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste Ami acts gently yet promptly the kidneys liver Aud bowels cleanses the system effectually dispels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup figs is the Only remedy its kind Ever produced pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared Only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its Many excellent qualities commend it to All and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup figs is for Sale in 50c and $1 bottles by All leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who May not have it hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. California Fig syrup co. Sam Francisco Cal Louisville by. New York. . 1j50r Sale old a per Pound at i Ici eleventh Aven tie. Papers at 2 cent by Pound at the Mirror office Neva up k a rat shun a Bonit couts gift he Al that a Callum Fin All a then til Cor in into the grave. They were placed Side by site. A solemn ceremony improver i for the occasion now but Lau. The National it flier the United min worker it America each threw a w handfuls Clay a uth coffins leaders 4 Nuhim i moderation subsequently an open air meeting was held at Everson Flats. Robert Watchorn sex Secretary the United mine workers. Vice in resilient Penna Aud the local leaders made addresses which were very conservative in tone. The speakers urged their hearers to avoid the saloons not overstep the Law and hold firmly together. The excite ment however bos by no moans abated and it is a fortunate thing that the troop Are holding Sway in the Region. There Are renewed fears another outbreak. Aud if it occurs it will be bloody. Several shots were tired lost night the Hill Back la works at More Wood causing a great Deal excitement but otherwise everything was quiet. Superintendent Ramsey s House is surrounded by sentinels and eleven soldiers Are sleeping in til Kitchen. There is some ill feeling against him because men who Are not out strike Nave been ordered to go to work. The strikers threaten violence to any who goes to Voik . Walc Horii a denial Robert Wate Honi in replying to the charges made against him in a recent interview by la. Frick says Al c. Frick censures me for what he is pleased to Call my wilful falsehoods without ascertaining whether i have need an such language not. advocacy. By Precept influence Aud example. By Tongue Aud Pirn a always been. Is now and always will in ballots Bot bullets intelligent Law abiding acts. Not defiant and Lawless attacks property persons. The fact Aire that the first thin i did upon hearing the killing was to hurry to the Coke Region and personally Apical to the miners the Conand whom know Aud i Ani pleased to say respect me. I have met them and reasoned with them in their agitated stat mind to resp it the Law a . Watch out includes in ids letter several statements men who signed agreements in Europe to come Here to work being a acred tiler a no trouble the g. It. Silt it a Ani be rotary. Is Calm 111., april 6. A the town in painted red White Aud Blue with decorations to Welcome the 4,000 it Legatos and thousands visitors to the neat up meet the grand the Republic which began today. K is the guv Anniv Sarv the organisation the order Hen. Be awl co Tonander a chief mrs John a. Logan Gen. Lewis Wallace is governor i Leaby arid governor Fifer Anil staff Are among the a tales in attendance. A anarchist funeral. Pittsburg. April tie undertaking rooms Samson sixth Avenue surrounded by evidences wealth in the presence nearly 1,000 persons the obsequies anarchist Joseph Frick took place yester f a afternoon. Job Ann most deliver i the Eulogy and took advantage the Opportunity to make an Appeal for anarchy the dead Man was attired in Black. A blood red Scarf emr Lel tie threat and a blood red Rose was pinned to the coat lapped. Around the foot the Bier floated the i obis a Carmine anarchist Flag. The rests beneath the casket were draped with Bunting the same san nine Hue. Abdul cd by his grandmother. New Haven conn., april 6.harry Donovan. 7 years old was abducted by his grandmother. Mrs. Rankin. The boy was in attendance at school when an elderly lady t ailed and asked that he be dismissed As his Mother was ill. The Lac has not been seen since. The boys Mother was . Donovan a first wife and mrs. Rankings daughter. His eau father left him heir to $75j 00. A a that this Money might get into the pots Weston the boys father and Stepmother Aud a dislike to have him brought up a Catholic As his Stepmother was doing is the cause the abduction. A not cd burglars escape. Columbus o., april 6. A George Moore a convict the Penitentiary complained yesterday feeling ill. He dropped oat the ranks and secreted himself in a cell. Subsequently in broke open a window and climbed into Wardell Dier s office. There he Laid off his prison garb donned a suit belonging to the wardens son in Law tin Sho a the Warden and walked boldly out int the Street. He was received d e. 22, 18&5. On a ten years Quot sentence for Bur Glary and larceny. He is a noted Lair Glar and goes by the Nam George Ellwood. _ Plainfield incendiaries at work Plainfield. N.j., april 6,�? the third incendiary tire Plainfield has had in two weeks occurred saturday night when a Large barn and dwelling House in the heart the City were destroyed an old coloured Man named Isaac Brown who occupied janitor s apartments in the House could not be induced to leave the building when it was first threatened and Ash cannot i found it is feared that he has perished in the flames. Murdered by tramps. Goshen. Ind., april 6.-the commit Unity was startled to learn it the brutal murder Alexander Snyder an old citizen who was found dead Iii his bet. Yesterday morning with a Gash the a a his head. Tramps were found after the discovery the crime with son Snyder s thing in their posses Sion Oil i were untested suspicion is Strong against them. Bishop Ghi Nour dying. St. Aiko Kutink fun. April to. Father Houck Secretary to the in Rev Gil Mour Bishop Cleveland o., reports the chances for the recovery the Bishop very slight. By shop Gil Moor is famous in Ohio Tor his stand against taxing parochial Sci to is Baron Favit has Oaly a slight cold w Ashington april 6.the report that bar Hifa a was very ill seems to be without foundation. Baron fava is suffering from a slight cold and Lias not even Een his physician for three Days past unfit to land. New York. April ti.sixteen italians. Declared by the Barge office physicians to be physically unfit land were debarred. The Aile is Nee the a a Fellows Are never a a tired waiting you and Are a a spokes men whom we Are always proud. They Are always the track ready to go around with you and see the running gear our store. They will a run you Down possible and make you buy goods enough to set the Wheelwright. A Man was caught Wheeling in Wheeling West Virginia recently but we Only want the Trade which radiates round Altoona. G0t into the inner Circle our Spring Stock is Complete. As to prices Call and convince yourselves As it is a mania among the Trade to put All sorts prices in newspapers to draw Trade. We have no cause in doing so As we Are known As the leaders Low prices. Stern amp Bendheim Golden Eagle clothing Hall 1301 -1303 eleventh Avenue. Altoona a. No need to wait if you Ark in Wani furniture carpets and bedding you need not wait until you get Money enough to furnish your House. We will furnish it for you easy weekly monthly payments to suit your convenience any reliable persons can get a1 the goods they want from us. You Are not limited to any amount in your Purchase. We Are prepared to furnish houses single apartments with furniture Aud car pets in the most perfect manner and terms that cannot be improved upon we Are known to have the Best reputation any House in this City for oui Liberal treatment our customers and it will be to your advantage either to Call _ write to us and find out what con during our Many years sojourn in the editions you can Purchase us before never before Soke ing elsewhere. Ail correspondence carefully considered and promptly answered it to it Psi i furniture Trade we were Well prepared w it ii so Fine an assortment As we have at present. 120.00 $30.00 50.00 75 11 oooo 1150.00 Worth Good $1.00 a wet it. La 60 z 3 00 a a a a 14.00 $500 Lakube Bilik in pro Boit Ion. The weather. Fair weather southerly War Mer in a gets n Kos winds two Large warehouses crowded with the choicest newest and most elegantly designed goods everything new and modern. Nothing stale out Oats All goods purchased now stored free till required. For Cash credit. C. V. Burke amp co., no. 1513 eleventh Avenue Altoona Jug open every night till 9 clock. The Maiuu to poof Houri us Milta have Cern Bis Imi Agal ii t la i Tabur Washburn Kun Uttah synth at the Bod my Akin. Sherman i wife anti two a fiilds u Wilt be Pic de in a epic hrs in Calvary cemetery is. Louie mrs. Mar Murphy hew York Eola utitus Kiel in by jumping from a it Fth Story window. It ii woe crazed by runt ennobled Gadsden Tho merchant s National Bauk who committed suicide at Savannah. Ga., Friday. A Short $7mnk in i account. Thomas Imit talk Oaly Orother it the late president a a slowly dying at his Home. Jamestown township. Craw t county i h., from acute rheumatism the Newfoundland paper Art filled with the nut violent articles in denunciation the brine government in treatment the Colony in relation to the Taher rights. The i. Ltd it authorities Buenos Ayres have closed the ovation Halls asserting that the is not recognized by he Church i in ii vat Maist have appealed to to a darn i l Liu Iii the ground that the action it t i a Chi ii is in violation religious Liberty. Ofuji Cagot a mortuary record for the last week i Lier i Tau that for the preceding seven Davs. Which a considered alarming then was a town 951 deaths an increase 17 owl to figures the preceding week. Itta believed that n grip epidemic is now Oft tip a uus Hie tug tempest owned by the Seveland Sawmill and umber company went to the Ltd t to it inti. Writ late mat inlay afternoon leu the Entrance la Harbor. Howard loom us a a a a enter William Hughes ii re Man and h a Hershey craftsman were in the engine room Aud went Down with the >.g. U set test Quot a a a in groceries and provisions country produce flour feed imported Swiss cheese. Etc. No. 1400 sixth Avenue Altoona. A no. Hoi de notify your Home with plants Flowers evergreens etc., to be had in endless variety and at the lowest prices from Myers bros., florists Gret a Bouse and office Howard ave and 9th St. Rose houses Eldorado special attention to Floral decoration at wedding funerals Etc
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