Evening Mirror in Altoona, Pennsylvania
18 Oct 1877

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18 Oct 1877

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Evening Mirror (Newspaper) - October 18, 1877, Altoona, Pennsylvania Vhf october one Fenny reduction in the Price of the evening As will have been seen by our Saver Tising columns of the Mirror Lave been unusually full and Many columns of the paper not devoted to Advertis ing purposes Hare been put to this this run has been so that for this other fully detailed on the second Page of mondays the pub Lisher has determined to Issue his paper for one cent per copy to those who will pay in this will place the paper within the reach of All persons in the City and no one will have any cause of complaint on the score of the rates will thus be come per month 2g and four months to those who do not wish to comply with these terms and who have been up to this time prompt paying the paper will be furnished As at the rate of 40 cents per our subscribers will still receive much More than the Worth of their the paper will con Tain As much news and local matter As but it will be prepared with much More care and published in a More condensed to most persons this will be the More attractive As we have no one connected with the paper who writes to cover our terms pay in to prevent any further misunderstanding with subscribers to whom we have presented Bills for a years we wish to state distinctly that our terms Are so or 40 cents per except when paid in when our terms Are Dollar for four this reduction can be made Onha to those paying strictly in must be paid in the eve micros office make no of Ock entries of transient All Torii matters must be paid in transient advertisements sent unaccompanied by the will be thrown into the waste dont ask us to we cannot do the Altoona Iron a reporter of the Pittsburgh Tel eyral has been making a tour of the and writing up the Iron industries of the state of this institution he says the Altoona Iron company manufacturers of Bane and nut Iron Are running the guide Mil double turn and the remaining part of the Mill single this Mill has been in operation during the entire the pud doers working about Twenty three okays per about 125 men Are employed at this Mill and its average capacity when running in fall is 400 tons of Ilni shed Bai per Crow Fries has on exhibition in the win Dow of store of Altoona hardware com on eleventh a beautifully plumaged which is now in training for a Salute to the Defeated party after the election in this this is eminently an appropriate business for the Bird to be engaged in As he came from Ohio fresh from the defeat of the republicans and it is altogether probable that the ser vices he will hold on wednesday Mornin november will be Over another Branch of the same the Bright purchasing groceries and Call at the Bright Little store of seventh Avenue and eleventh every thing is new and clean and you will always find a Choice Stock of groceries and pro fresh butter eggs a the Best flours in the the great White River and fancy trial of these flours will by close attention to i intend to make this the place All can by goods in my line to the Best come and give me a unsurpassed in we have just received an invoice of the most Beautiful lot of Silver Ware Ever die play i in any jewelry House in the City of con sisting of Tea and water cake baskets butter it is useless to attempt to describe this Beautiful Call and see for yourself at Rudisill 1310 eleventh a face with charming be rendered actually repulsive by or Glenns Sulphur promptly remedies All complexion Al blemishes As Well As local eruptions of the sold by All Hills hair and whisker Black or fifty you can get a Good Boot will keep your foot for two Dol at More you can get a Good Boot which will keep your feet for at Okcu sloughs Boot and shoe the keeps All the very latest styles in fur and stiff ladies ladies French Curacao kid boots in All the latest styles at Blumenthal great Eastern Boot and shoe 1119 eleventh keep buy boots and shoes for the Winter that will keep your feet the place to get them is at Yon wedding last evening Chester clerk in the office of the general superintendent of the Pennsylvania was United in marriage to miss Annie of this by the invited guests participated in the pleasures incidental to such and made it one of thorough the bridal presents were Beautiful and approx All who know the Happy Young couple express for them their Heartiest wishes for a Bright honeymoon and a future of unalloyed lock your quite a number of residents on eighth Avenue have been robbed of last monday and tuesday and whatever was kept in the cellars were taken by Midnight be sure your locks Are Strong and securely fastened to the keep a Good Shotgun near Mark the first fellow that would Rob Yon of what you have Gath ered for the Winter for District the grand jury yesterday returned the following Bills of indictment James of this passing counterfeit Money four indictments John having in Possession counterfeit James Fleming was convicted of carrying on the business of a retail liquor dealer without paying a special Stro Cottret reported expressly for the the jury in the riot Case of common wealth Stewart and mock was ready when court opened with a verdict of not guilty on the fifth and sixth counts and guilty on the fourth count of removing rolling the property of the Pennsylvania Railroad Commonwealth enters a Nolle Allen indictment Nolle entered As to the second count and defendant plead guilty As to the other As there remained but one More criminal Case a jury was called and other jurors on the general panel Ware Allen Russell and sheriff St Filer opened this trial by reciting the history of the riot As Een by then followed live in Altoona work in the brass on the monday of the riot Goss and another Man whom i do not know Carne into the shop and said they were sent by a committee to shut the shops and i told the men to go it was half past seven Oclock when they went Foreman of the Iron foundry i saw Goss coming with some other men they ordered the fires to be drawn i was in the foundry with my men and heard a noise i started and met three men i saw Rhule and that Man the the Engineer came to me and said that they had ordered the fires to be drawn that was in their pre Henry Foreman was the Engineer i told them it would not be that the Wells would overflow Rhule told me that they did not wish to destroy any pro Perty i told the fireman to draw one fire and keep the other one Summers a fireman in the Ron foundry of the Pennsylvania Railroad company i saw a Man looking like the prisoner there during the riot of july 23d about Hal past seven Oclock i had just started up and soon a crowd came around and ordered me to draw the fires said i would do so when i got orders from the Joss of the Shep one was Rhule and the other was Filer about half a dozen were with them they then went into the foun Fultz work in the Iron foun dry during the riot i was there we went o work in the morning and w Ere stopped by parties who came in and ordered the in Snider was found Kerfeit guilty of passing coun where youll find find the at the Young America clothing Corner eleventh Avenue and dont fail to Stop at the great Boot and shoe third door from the Altoona hardware limited where you Yau Nve at least Twentyfive per dont fail to buy the projection toe and Extension Soled at sol great Eastern Boot and shoe Protection toe shoes never Wear such can be had at Mccal direct from the imy my the Case direct from the factory Aud a rail sell them to you cheaper than any Hanse in at the Walker for the Walker Boot at every pair so Happy Are you really Happy and you like to be a Bachelor again asked a the other of a married espoused a Beautiful Only a year Happy echoed the Benedict Happy of in and i Hauge Back again for All the but i let me give you a quiet word of advice dont be a fool and get you hear me attending Cornelius and elder Allan Mcglathery of the and Chi Chester and elder James Hutchinson of the second presbyterian this left today for Harrisburg to attend about on9 Hundred and Sevonty delegates will be and some important Busi Ness is to come before the Synod which will be published in the the Altoona this Lively and Well conducted of which Harry Slep is publisher and formerly of this has been reduced in Price from two cents to one cent per increasing patronage enables the proprietor to make this reduction in favor of his Success to is Enterprise Lancaster fighting amongst we learn from Railroad employees in the lower Yard that the tramps Are beginning to be troublesome As the cold weather is setting almost every night members of parties encamped in that neigh boyhood quarrel with each other and some one is sure to be pretty badly blocking tip the a Man outside of a considerable Quantity of attempted to Block xxx the Street with his team at the opera House Corner yesterday chief Randolph promptly moved him City Harry Herr will deliver passengers ats baggage to All parts of the upon the arrival of All orders left at the baggage room will be promptly attended Chai be no notice is hereby Given that Saint Lukes Church will not be open for services As usual to Morrow evening and sunday by order of the of the deafness and Catarrh no free on receipt of Art dress g Ine to be shut Down i knew Only two of Filer and Rhule there were half a dozen in All could not recognize the Levan had charge of the lower shops in Altoona i saw Goss some time after 8 Oclock on july 23 he came Over from the passenger car shops and said to will you please give the order to have the shops stopped it i have been trying to get the men to quit but they will not do it for no one was with him there was a crowd of 75 or 100 men visiting the shops at the time i Only recognized two others when i saw the crowd Corning i locked the and three of them jumped the Fence they were Singer Siminger and Mccauley at the time i did not know Mccauley it was about Twentyfive minutes after that that Goss accosted me i told him he could go and Tell Geesey to shut off the Pas Senger car shops i shut up because the engine had been everything was in and the authority was taken out of my hands by the mob they demanded of to open the Gate or they would blow my brains and i refused three of them jumped Over the one of them broke the Samuel watchman of the lower shops was there the morning was stopped did not see any one coming in saw Goss there with Singer it was near 8 Oclock work had not been stopped in the shops then saw Singer break the lock i was inside the Yard Gross was along when i saw him did not see him come in at the Levan work in the passenger car shops on the monday of the riot saw Goss come from the shops Singer was with him Utey came in shortly after r oits find Wood and lumber Del very Short Irr Asport Merit of Avenue Furta Vered s Levi am Foreman in the Pas Senger car shops saw Goss on the monday of the riot be came in shortly after s Oclock there was quite a crowd in the shop about the same time the men stopped work i told them to continue at work until they got orders to Stop gome of the men then came to me and said that they were afraid they would be Hurt if they staid at work shortly afterwards Goss came to me and asked me if i was going to Stop the men from work he told me if i did not either he or i would get into trouble i told him that i would not until i got or Ders from the proper authority he left me and went out of the and came Back shortly and said that Levan had told him that i could Stop the men from work i went to Levan and told him the Cir and he said i should shut the Matthews 1 work in the lower shops went to work on the morning of the 23d of july i was ordered out and All the men with me were ordered out i staid in till the others were All gone and was told if i would not come out i would be fetched out then i Caine out on the order of the mob Goss was the Man who told me to come out i saw him after i came out he was standing outside the car did not see him after that i West Juhu Frasor i worked in the car shops on the morning of july on the Way to work i met a crowd of workmen the impression was that there would be no work that Day we went to 1 but it a closed Ani we went to 2 Cate went into the body i saw Geesey and he said he would go to i heard quite a number behind me Hur Rahing and say shut her was told by one to but would not Tell Geesy told us to quit i Paw Goss thre after i got to Harry Geesey i work lower i saw Man Goss on site Day had a conversation with him about the he talked of in town be did not on i saw him at the upper end of the Pian Iii Mill some Ore said Why dont they and Haye some Bead t Russ said something about Izi Iii i what it quit work i told them i would not quit until i got orders from the proper authority and i did not they said if we would not come Down off the car they would make us come i did so and went out of the they were in the shop when i Andrew Kipple Foreman of the round House of the lower shops i saw this Man Goss on the monday of the riot there was a party of men came into the shop and demanded that we should close the shop i said i guess not they said i would have to i said not unless i got or Ders from the general Foreman they left me and went through the shop and tried to take the tools out of some of the mens i made the men quit work i passed up through the shops a Short Dis Tance met Gross i How is this you aint to work and he told me that he was in better business i How is that he said they were on a i remarked that i was very sorry for that and passed Tomlinson worked in the freight shop the men who came in on around to where i was working and asked me to quit work and i refused and they told told me that All the rest were going to quit and i would have to quit one if them took hold of the chisel thai i had in my hand i told him not to take hold of anything that i had in my hand one of them said we will pass him and if he is working when we come around again we will attend to his i Only recognized Singer and we quit shortly Commonwealth the defence called Rhule the upper shops i saw Goss did not see him do anything he did not say or do anything there at All t was near Hal past seven Oclock or a Little later he and i went to the lower shops together we went in and did not go with the crowd he did not do anything Here till he went up to Goss live in Clearfield my former Home i would rather speak of what i was doing at the Brant 3ouse i was there for the purpose of at ending a meeting which was to be held by the shop hands i went there with the Ull purpose of attending that meeting about on third of the men were at the meeting i heard a Man say it they do not shut Down if we dont shut them i had no word with anybody at 11 anywhere with the exception of or Rhule the other parties with us we had no connection with at All we crossed the Bridge and i noticed then Charley Filer i had no acquaintance with him we went up to Gate and went in no one refused and we did not demand any i never interfered with anybody and did not take any part in it i did to the front the new front i new goods new styles new prices not know the conversation with Max Well i was not close enough to hear did not threaten anybody did not have a weapon of any kind on my person i was entirely All that i did there was to pro in and walk through without stopping or speaking to a we went Down to the lower shops afterwards the Gates were thrown open and men were coming in and going out when i got there that is where i met Maeser i spoke to him and asked him if he would please get his men to Stop and he said he had no or something to that and i went to ask Levan if he would please give his consent to shut the i did not see any one taking tools out of the mens i do no know Matthews and do not know that i Ever spoke to him in my life and did not know who he my name is Abraham Goss i have a brother Allan who worked there sometime previous to the strike am not prepared to say whether he was in the strike or i Haye often been taken for him men hav ing often called me and shake hands with me and talk about some business they had with Hicks and All citizens of were called to the stand and certified to the Good character borne by the the last named witness remarking that the mirrors account of his arrest created a Good Deal of Surprise among his friends in Tyrone that he should be arrested for Kipple was called in and said i know this Man and Bis brother had no Dilli cult in distinguishing one from the other there is a resemblance in regard to but the faces can be easily distinguished this is the one that worked for the longest the other one worked for me about two evidence verdict not hut defendant to pay the Blair and Landis for Dively for de Feu Dan adjourned till Friday when sentences will the largest Stock of dry Roods Ever brought to we mean it is impossible to enumerate All the goods we the Boss Price list prints for 4 and 5 cts Best make Yard wide 5 Yard wide Fine Brown 6 ets Tard wide extra heavy Sheet 8 cts bleached Muslin As Low As 5 per Yard Best heavy 1o tame damask from 2o cents up towering from 5 cents up towels 5 cents a piece heavy Canton flannel 8 cents full Lote of dress goods All the Kew styles known to the Market Good Black Alpaca Worth 3o cents for 2o Black All Wool Cash Mere for 65 cents to 25 All colors Plain and figured Waterproof Beaver All Plain and figured striped Cheviot shirt aug for full line of shawls from 36 to full line of Lades and gentlemen underwear j Genta shirts and drawers at 35 cts gents half 6 Tor 25 cts f gents Kvool half 20 cts ladies solid coloured and Balmoral 0 2 for 25 cts childrens Wool 4 for 25 cts ladies 3o elegant Stock of flannels Blue Gray twill for 18 and 2ft cents heavy barred 2o to 35 cts bed 2o to 50 cts White 16 to 50 heavy Gingham for greater reductions in embroidery cheaper than All the Kew styles in la Dies Black kid two 5o cts 28o Good pins for 2 cts 25 Good Needles for 3 cents 144 buttons for 3 bordered bed Only 75 cts gents Fine 2 for 25 cts ladies for 25 cts Gerr Cantown All colors knitting 5 per Ball All kinds of sewing machine at lowest a Large Stock of Oil cloths and window boots and shoes at Cost we have removed to Corner of eleventh Avenue and twelfth what we advertise we always come and see and we will show you bargains that would Surprise the oldest merchant in the dont forget the place Bowman Corner eleventh twelfth ask for Demorest patterns and Doc Warner Pearl no other can match Only Hobo to for the tiie handsomest Stock of i hate in Altoona is at Halter fancy for your new just Retour Amateur four my is c c1 afternoon St of late so Trie i worked in the f there was Eig a Xci feature in safes burglars foiled and Gunpowder there is on exhibition at the stand of Barnes at the a double burglar proof manufactured for the International Bank of which n its will effectually defy All the arts of the most determined and Desper ate expert to Force or break it is supplied with All the modern improvements among which is the Ca hinge for throwing in the outer door with such accuracy and precision that every joint is made perfectly air and the smallest particle of dust rendering the of powder by Means of the air pump for the purpose of blowing open the an utter the doors and jams for practical be considered Asun detached from the so perfect Are they in the doors and jams have also boo sets of corrugated of does As Well As one set of Tenor and Groove for the purpose of preventing the introduction of wedges to Force apart the the door of the inner Safe is secured by one of Sargents automatic while the outer door has one of Sargents automatic and in one of Holmes improved electric time which is so arranged that in both time movements should break lock can opened by electricity thus saving the forcing of the Safe and the consequent damage attending this is a new and very important As in All Glicr when the Tao Euleut is to Kireak th1 Brit in thu Marvel of Tui Ity combined Beauty 01 Loish elegant ornamentation a i would tastefully Grace the of the most and produce feelings of wonder and Admira Tion in every the reputation of Barrus is troth and justly do they Fles Erre Ali the Praise bestowed on is Are absolutely unsurpassed in protective the factory at 12 and 131 third commercial new Boston Boot shoe store lately opened at 1307 eleventh to through the freight know who they a Man of Green they Cricri 115 t or i do by to still is Selling Kaiui than Hie lobe loom for to where boots and shoes can be Boullit at prices to Corres Pond with the labor ing mens Bear the news abroad of the new Boston Boot and shoe people say talk is cheap so do but our prices of where is that new Boston Boot and shoe is the cry of every one Why it is at 1307 eleventh 13th and 14th special inducements offered at the new Boston Boot and shoe goods must and will be the new Boston Boot shoe store offers inducements in heavy the new Boston Boot shoe store offers inducements in Fine the new Boston Boot shoe store offers inducements in women the new Boston Boot shoe store offers inducements in childrens the new Boston Boot shoe store offers inducements a rubber the new Boston Boot shoe store offers the Best line of goods in at prices that cannot be beat Pend a until Yon Tho Stock at the a Kyd s Boot she to or cheap stylish 1307 eleventh the time to Lay in your Winter Coal has before purchasing Call on the i keep All kinds of Anthracite and bituminous i can Amish All kinds of Yard Lith and 4tli to Coal a suites on and after i will sell All kinds of Coal at the following reduced for Cash Only son Man 25 sooth Fork 2 so Blair vie 3 25 Latrobe 3 25 Schuylkill Shamokin 4 75 4 75 Corner 9th and Lgth Ryphe committee 011 fire Al apparatus of the City of for proposals for and greasing the Hose of the companies of this a bids should be sent to Richard chairman of on or before november the right to accept or reject All bids remains with committee on fire furniture furniture 1008 eleventh opposite freight we live just received a full line of All Kyndi chamber and Etc Lien or Tho Spring such As chamber and in fact every tide found a first class Whie i we will Shively sell per cent less than they ctn be bought for elsewhere in this to soil for avoiding losses by and offering set the give is a Ard Price oter g03s some for the sate of ch3 Hartford Wiro and Aleo the Columbus Woven wire Best sri Rinir in ask Youk grocer Fob

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