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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - April 6, 1891, Altoona, Pennsylvania In Tor monday april 6. Issi Tho Mirror thermometer amp Toone it i tile temperature to Iii As follows at a a. In in the Shade. A i decrees at its a. My in tile Shade. 40 a tap in,.in the Shade. 43 a a Baltzer. On Ronca Dok reef. Looking for reprisal. Experience of Warner Millers party on a Coral Island. Caught at a Quick glance of the various reporters mirrors staff. On Tho you need a umbrella see West fail s Stock or. J m. Lindsey s Panacea Tor the blood for Sale at Tho Drugis Bufi the work of changing the operations of the City passenger railway to electricity w a commenced this morning. Rev. A w Spooner pastor of second presbyterian congregation preached his third anniversary Sermon lust evening. The Railroad Yard Between eleventh Avenue and the warehouse has Rolt cd a very thorough and much needed cd Ming up the ninth annual Bill of the Logan Hose company no. 4, will be he d in place a a theatre on Friday evening 17. The pirates of Penzance will lie Well presented by h one Talent in the opera House on tuesday evening april i get your tickets in due season. Weather which will remove the Snow from the Hills which surrounds us Aud give us genuine Spring will be gladly hailed by the general run of people. At a meeting of the Altoona driving Park association held thu Rad a evening april 2, the association claimed dates for summer meeting july 2 3 and 4. For fail meeting. September 15 to 18 inclusive. Tracks were Laid Tom the R to the Altoona and Popso Monock Railroad to Day for the purpose of transferring the new cars recently purchased by the Mountain climbing company to their own tracks. Eleventh Avenue from eleventh Street Down to seventh was paved late last fall it is now very Muddy not having been touched since the paving was completed won t the Street commissioner look after it. Altoona people want All the streets payed As soon As it is possible to have it done. City councils in order to expedite the work should let the contracts and then see to it that the work is performed according to he terms of the contracts and specifications some of the people living in the outskirts of the City complain that the Street Crossings Iii their neighbourhood Art never cleaned although badly in need of this attention. It was noticed on saturday that the men who cleaned the Crossings on fourth Street Street did no throw the mud far enough away and the first Wagon coming along dragged it upon the Crossings again. Of course you know of our leather goods department. We have not advertised it in the papers but every visitor to our store knows of it a tis known where Ever Baltzell Bros store is known. We have been adding to it of late. New Pur chases Are Here. Lines have been enlarged. The Stock i Complete. We4show an elegant line of purses and pocket books 5c. To $2.25. Rissi a Ani Seal card cases 25c. To $2.25. Chatelaine bags in Seal Ang leather. 25c. To $1.25. Travelling bag s 75c. To $9.98. Personal Penci Lings. Fred Rell is again on deck. He says there is such a thing is the grip. Mrs. Ghi it my Jackson is lying seriously ill at her residence 12�8 sixth Avenue. Mastick Harvey Kilgore was off duty to Day on account of an attack of grip. President Moore of common nun ii wit leave on fast line to night for Philadelphia where he will meet his Mother and sister and escort them to this City. L e a t h e r la e i t s 15, 22 and 25c. Shawl strap to 15 and 25c. Shopping Anh opera ii age 50c. To $2.50. Great Antii Ity Nelsons great combination. The Premier acrobats of Tho world the Nelson family consisting of father and Bix sons together with a Large and an unusually Strong company of vaudeville artists will be at the eleventh Avenue opera House wednesday evening april 8, when they will give one of their varied and entertaining performances. The cast includes a number of the Best vaudeville artists pro curable and the per Irnia re de serves a Large audience. The Nelsons Are alone Worth the Price of admission anniversary Celebration. To Day is the Twenty fifth anniversary of the establishment of the Iran i army of the k Public and the event will be celebrated a the evening by Post 62, of this City. All of the members Are respectfully requested to be in a Tendance in full uniform. The ladies of the grand army of the Republic and the sons of veterans Are also invited to me t with the old vet a mins on this Happy occasion. A program Lias been prepared for the evening there will be some excellent speakers present and an enjoyable time is anticipate i. Headache neuralgia dizziness drunkenness. Sleeplessness cured by or. Miles Nervine Sample free at Irwin druggist i did you move of you did you May want a new carpet you will find the Best assortment and lowest prices on carpets at John a. Sprankle amp co. We have rag carpets at 25. 30. 35. 40 and 50c. Ingrain carpets at 20, 25, 30. 35. 45. And 50c. Brussels carpets at 50, 55 60. 65 and 75c. Window shades prevails in our shoe department. Because our prices Arlow Ted our shoes Are All that tie Best skilled Workman can produce. The most fashionable As Well As the honest i i Borer a wife can find Here j Utt what they want and at prices that Sui 8 their circumstances in life in looking through our stick is convincing eld Nee that Baltzelle try to suit every one and perhaps show twice As Many different style shoes As ail the other shoe Stone combined. No doubt dealers try to imitate our shoes but they cannot sell at our prices. We guarantee to save Yon 25c. To $1.00 on every pair of shoes. Our Price is a dry goods profit not a shoe store profit. Baltzell Brothers. N. Ill our store is open saturdays my the three Days succeeding Day until 9 of clock In. Amusements. Eleventh ave. Opera House. Griswold mar . K i. One night wednesday april 8, Nelson h great world combination Earth. Tile larges vaudeville company on including the 7 Nelson family 7 Premier acrobats of the world. 30 Star artists. 30 secure a regular Price. Secure your seats at Box office Telephone connections Frank s Ureal Novelly store. Shelf Oil cloth. 9c. A Yard. Shelf paper 3 Doz 5 cents. Square Oil cloth. I cent a piece. Clothes baskets 49 cents each. Wash boilers 25 cents each. Window shades with fixtures 25 cents each Cedar tubs. 63 cents each. Bread and cake boxes,49c. Each sponges and Chamois 5c. Each. Skillets and Fry pans 10c. Each. Feather oysters 5c. Each. Good brooms. 10c. Each. Porcelain kettles. 25c. Each. Thousands of other bargains at o great Novelty store 109 Avenue. Cd Spring rollers including All fixtures Only 20c. Low Price in t it. Our prices Are always the lowest idiotic a. A Sprankle amp of Lith Avenir. 9th Strpek an u in i meeting olt fir Stock Zulfi i it i it Ltd a Tho sex in i building and loan a Sam , v 111 in mud in asocial Ion room Wood of. I. Kit 7 80 In monday a pril id i my a it it a i in i i to Post of electing officer. I Ltd ult mingling year. All Persona of siring Stork in in oui can procure Hie same re up Antion to j. Ii Hillman Vav k Howe John Louden re wart la a Eva lilt j ii i Art by Vav i Woodcock it a i Ign Ltd. Vav k twi. For i m Arch it. I it r. Ai v. By tins Al i to Abl Etti Neu Moore a t it provisions and Wati in Short. But Tho it ast a Vays webs to warded Supply of vat Iii a cued Flor five bus welts and by a Bountiful feel Uez Ilayah none tile worse for til Lofv per in lice. Us Kyu Van in Cit a ill april 0. A the steamship a Nail from new York having on to Star Ltd the lion. Warner Miller Arni his party went aground on the Ennerd r Ltd a ral reef at 3 o clock on the morning of thursday. March 26. Tin sea was then la and the Moon was shining in a Clear sky. The Steamer ran her full length upon the reef before she could be checked dells were at once rung to Stop Ami at the same to Iii it the signal was gun a to Back. Luckily the ship held f.i-1 the pass tigers made a., s in of alarm in their sudden awaking. Thee dressed qui. Tiv Aud without any sign of a panic waited Foi Day to break. In tin distance Aho i a line of Low surf could be made out. Some rocks were in sight. The passengers had breakfast As usual and soon after in t the hip in boats taking such hand baggage As they could. They headed for rom ador Island. Six Miles North except one boat. Winch was sent to Providence Island pc Illy Miles West. on the beef. All hands were Saf in i an led in the course of die Day except the Captain and seven of the Crew. Rim u id fresh water food enough for ail and tents. For three Days most of the time was devoted to an inspection of the Island. It was a Fiat. Desolate Rad of about eighty acres on which it it a i ids were numerous. Ail were in g ><k1 spirits and had no fear that Rescue would not come. Some of the Crew made trouble after drinking heavily but this was promptly checked. Provisions and the water Supply began to get Short sunday there was nothing to eat except Cairney goods Aud sunday afternoon Mere were Only 300 Gallons of water left. No More coaids be had from the ship. Which was sinking rapidly i no Mala tank Ila i already gone below the suit Waer line. Wit ii some feelings of alarm tin wrecked party began digging Wells and at fell Bard but fresh Aud i abundance. No m Oise Tor their la Ere Nee. Next morning easter -. Vices were held under the Lea of Art English ids 11 of of ii Tuduri afternoon about i of clock a sail was on. I. Was the first since the a Nail had left la mama. It came to and proved to tie a fishing it Hoover from in Valence Island with a negro Crew. Next Day the Steamer preside tiie Canso owned by Quot tie of the wreck d party came in sight. She anchored just uhf Cusido to reef and me wrecked p a y a an aboard. And a 4 o clock Tim Tourn mad. I this place where ill arnved safely. Non of the p.,. A it it red Nome pm Are. It ii in a. A. A i were v ii i be y iou that the Day they had sgt a 11 on tile Coral r j wet might and pleasant a grab till Trade wind tempering the Sunshine while Tim nights were simply glorious. They hat not suffered St in ugly from their x pc be Nee at Shipwreck. Killed of a i 1 ice nut n. Chicago april 6. A officer John Uhrig of Dos Haines Street police station. Allot Edward Mahone Lead Aud wounded John Manahan in the right leg Early yesterday morning. The Mon were trying to break Iii the door of a Saloon at 27s ,.ke a get where they claimed had robbed ail i when Tho Puli Coni i. A in i them to go Home and g t a w trial at to Lay for the Barton i is it ? t i in u turned on him and i Umu a my him in Merci fully. Poll in a i Ding to. A Drew his r vol. Or and Tiro i at close Range with the Ai us it fit information wanted regarding the murder of paymaster Mcclure. Harrisburg april 6. A Secretary Blaine through governor Pattison a Long communication to District attorney Harte requesting him to furnish the state department at Washington with All the particulars of the tragedy in which paymaster Mcclure and his assistant Flanagan were murdered by a Rod nose Mike Aud his companions Giuseppe Bevivino and Vincenzo Villa la. The required information was forwarded at once. Mike made at the time of his trial a full confession implicating Bevivino and villain in the murder. This confession. Together withal the other testimony m the ease was forwarded to Italy an i was supposed to have inure used m the trial of the escaped murderers. There is every reason to believe however. That this trial never took place and the italian government has failed to bring in criminals to Hist ice. District attorney Harte said that the United St ates had a far better Case against Italy than Italy had against the United states and if the question is properly considered it would go against the euro hams. It or Volar la a municipal elections. Cleveland <>., april 6.�?the hottest political Battle Ever fought in this City is taking place today. The municipal Ivl Orui Law recently passed Abel wishes the whole of the City governing it including the Council of forty members the wat r works fire police Aud twelve other boards Aud All the City officials except mayor treasurer police judge and p Dice clerk and All of these Are to be elected. The new Law makes the mayor tin responsible head of the whole government and the extensive patronage of the City including 1,500 positions of lessor greater value will Ive Vin Mills at his disposal. On a full vote the City is extremely close. On the result the election of two senators Aud six repro sedatives and the control of the general Assembly to be elected this tall. Aud which will it Eruine a John Sherman s successor is Likely to depend. Blank books for the new Yeai at Mccartney s. All kinds and sizes of ledgers records Day books journals Cas i books dockets Etc. Largest Stock and lowest prices in Tho City Mccartney. Eleventh Avenue Altoona a. T. C. 1307 Coopers one lot of colors 15 be n la. Windsor ties All 8ilk and All f h Felt Lambre quins table covers Anh Vav Vii xxx o stand scarfs. Lam Requin go Goon a embroidered Ive. A Yard. Cooper s Pillow Shams ready worked 35 cents a pair. A Pek Sline 0f 25 cent necktie9 i8 a head of ally Cooper s causes from 49 cents a Coopers Coopers and pocket books of All kinds from 5 infants slips and Robes from 25 cents up. Purses cents up italian subjects excluded. Philadelphia april 6.-�?the tramp steam to euripides which arrived Here saturday had on Board two sicilian stowaways. Kologie Luci Boilo and Domemco Palazzo by name who in de their appearance when five Days out from a term it. Maillot la Dickinson president of the United state Coni the. up Wati r i a a a a ners of emigration for this port. Would not it it Ermit them to land Aud or dered c Apt. Herd to return them to Palermo. As his vessel Bas several engagements on this Side he will probably be obliged to their Way b ick. Llo Nignom by he Ucma. Detroit. April 6.�?the Echo of the now famous Alx action of Joseph Perrin recently a heard when chief of police Martin v. Borgman tendered his a signal iou at the r quest it is said of the police commissioners. When Perrin s abduction first became known the newspapers put their men at work with the result that the Laid Clews and news before the department. Borgman laughed at the Ess and belittled it rile r of Oul ice used him of i be Iii in Acy Aud demanded his removal. Coopers Coopers Coopers Coopers Iron Stone China Wash bowls and Pitcher 68 cents a aet. Cuts and saucers with candies 39c a aet. N Coffee Mills ascents. Tubs 68 cent. Stave handle Cedar floor Oil Uloth 24 cents a Yard. Gains and curtain Lack at All prices. Lack cur. Iron Axle express wagons 99 cents. Coopers Nice bisque figures 5, to and 25 cents. Clark s olo stand. Lowest prices on Earth. The Peoples store i sos eleventh Avenue. We will sell goods at unheard of Low prices commencing to Day. Hand lamps Complete from lie to 13c. Each stand lamps 14c to 37c. Each sewing lamps with decorated Shade and fount to match 85c. Vase lamps with decorated Shade and bowl to match from $1.23 to $1.69. Also crockery. Glassware hosiery notions laces toys Plush goods and albums As Well As a Complete me of tinware Etc., Etc. Van Fossan amp Diemer. Bicycles now in Stock. Columbia highest Grade on Earth will it be i Mig ii. Atlanta ga., april 6. I Titan it is stated that congressman Mills will not in in the race for the speaker ship and that the fact will be formally announced As soon As of opponents of Crisp feel confident thai they can him. The plan is for Mills to come out in an interview stating that he has come t it the conclusion that the speaker ship should go to a Northern Man and suggesting judge Holman of Indiana a the Man. Delton in 111 ii a a ii talc or. It Asbury i or x. J. Mil v a indignation meet ii a a. Wan ii was largely at Teal is y a up Dies Iron Spring Lake Manasquan an i other towns in this Vicinity was ii i at Manasquan for tile purpose of denouncing Post Mast r ii per revoking the Nesbitt is Has Josie Yard who by pre ident it Leroland n. Strong resolutions and forwarded to or. Vav and retaining was a i Oil j to thai to Iii were App i w Anam Aker. action in in Pintur it of Lincoln Matei at Spring Lake masons on strike. Philapil i i april 6. I result of the action taken at a held on flan. 24. The journeymen unions this morning went on Ink for an Advance of Lour elite an hour Over me wages paid last season. They also dem my that hereafter none but Union men is employed As . The master masons association has decided to tight the Union to the bitter in i. Hartford eclipse Rob Roy 44 44 44 44 44 44 for the Money. Spring Forks. 40 la. Wheel. All of the above Are Ball herring and guaranteed to be the Best Money can produce. A. B. Norton a Cycle Agency eleventh Avenue Corner twelfth Street. A j out. April ii. Saved ilk we Momot in. Del. April a. Moush escape i from the police station by sawing a bar from his cell window with a Smail saw which a i let Een taken to him by Iii wife Mousley was re Bentiv a Iii to Newcastle jail in default of payment of a $2 Fille Tor illegal liquor St uting. And bid o a brought to ack for trial of a second indictment. I Rocillo it beat Lite Aal lows. Denver col., april 8. A Thomas Heffner void has been on trial in the criminal court for the killing of chinaman Hon Lay in this City Las fall was brought into court yesterday to hear the Verdi t Fth Jurj when the verdict of Quot my Lur in the set Ond degree a was read Heffner was seen to raise a Small vial to his Mon til and Swallow tile Content physicians were railed and a Stom cd pump was App ii a which saved the Ute of the would be suicide. Rile vial contained arsenic Aud would have kill la t Wenty men. Bool ii Hopes top har again. Nah York. April 6 at the close of the p form Nee at til Brooklyn acad Eniy of saturday tote Noou Edwin i it of 11 i a called before the cur lain he said i to this will not by a the Lam Tim a i will la with you. But i intend to re.-,i for the in it year and take care of my health. I Hope to a peat lignin in the Yueai future a , lakes i in i 11�?� ii i. Pitt Nuho. A Fri 6. The la oiled of the Vve tend a company exploded sat inlay. The i Loller a an upright one Ami it went Strai it up through the roof Var Foley a livery stable u he h is three stories High. And the. Ii Over a Row of Frame building.-, m the rear of tin liable and up into a lot on steals n St i ret. A distance of too i eel. Nuut was Iii tile building when tile explosion occurred Aud its cause is not known. Vena Hicks Zimin Al Iii ii Tov. Pa., april to i inti oved itts. In. Jya. April i. V is Anna Dickinson Bas then removed front til Danville Asylum to or Seward s private Retreat it Goshen. X y. Tie probabilities Are that she will Rma n at go Wisn f or Evernol months or mud he is Nople tardy restored. Mis. is ii ready Tau. It improved but so. Is till Tat Troy Beluga Well woman. It Ion is �.�-11> Vici i Iii Pitts a a it. April 6. A there were a Hundred Tun Rais yesterday and fully 80 a tit of the dead wore victims it get the grip. It the various cemeteries the in rials for the Oast two weeks have been four time As Large in for the Cor Ros jumping a year and the end is not vet a prisoner in ital. St. Josi in. To. April 6.�? or will min a i a of of this City i lid to be one of tin a Manciwi a Wiltzen held in Italy by the italian Gove Ruiu it. His family a it dispatches from him saturday when a the first knowl Edge tie ii i tint he was Iii i Taly. Morristown s strike Omi in lies. Morristown x j. April 6. The strike of the mechanics and help a continue. Fre we late mine i to Giuld Zigr ranks whte la. Bosses Are urging the sinkers to rein in to work a silk factory Iii Truol Dow ii. I Ola Xii in Kkt n j. April it. Ii will april Ala que Lui Mio Mac filipar. Tried by i in re a and tile Tiu Isth Tohl functions said m an u to Riv Lier that lie would accept a pastorate in any Church wanting him. Ureal h 11 Vav a ii i Cut 0, a Rev. Howard of Canton who was a episcopal Chun a Bun Pended from exercising henge do to s silk factory w e burned to the it rout i on saturday night. Loc . Fifty hands arc throw it it at . Lare Nioni oiled or tree nov Quot Kkt. April to a John o. N cd. ,. Sohn Stergh i Ollet Tor Ltd Claremont pa., was Arret to a i Here. Barged with Mem of $l.o<k. Jln in Field for Tion i a the Best assortment and the lowest prices in Altoona for monthly payments at i Jon i till Street. Shipman a. 11 i sow i i the Street 16 reduction in flour Ani j. C3-k.ocek.zes, at the old stand of w. Leslie 915 seventh Avenue. Sour Al ant Switzer and Limberes cheese. 20 lbs. Light Brown sugar for $1.00. 19 lbs. Standard a sugar for $1.00. Is la. Granulated sugar for $1 of hid Yoh see them i he Mirror printing House Bas just received a very pretty line of v visiting cards Plain and embossed suitable for members of the various orders in our City. Call and see them at no. 1012 eleventh Avenue also new line of wedding stationery
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