Funeral of Bridget Gorman
THE GYPSY QPEEN la TaJtex To Her Lavat. feoaug Hoane D atnw FlsniTfsr Tba funeral of Mrs. Bridget Gorman. "fjiiai ll"" ot tbe sTpay tribe which bears her name, took place froea Ft. Patrick's Church on Bio Bock street, fa Cammtnswita. yesterday yesterday morning at 7 o'clock. High requiem mass was celebrated by the pastor. Eer. John Hiekey. Tne attendance at the rharch was w lanre. Many of those present, went t of mere Idle cariosity, hot th majority of tbena went for tbe porposeof paying a last tribute nf eearet toon shorn tbev bad known and loved. At tbe coneltiion of the regular church -err -err ices for the dead Fa herHiesey paid a heanttful tribute to th Christian tif of t he deceased. The interment took place at St. Joseph' Cemetery, bav k of Price Hill, tbe pallbearers being A. 0. Lang. Wm. Gersin. Prank Keu h-rath. h-rath. h-rath. Jr.. and 6. Dirr. Tbe floral tribntes were beautiful, and Oiled one carriage, which preceded I he hearse. In a back returning from the funeral was seated Jack Hayden. bis wife and tbe wife of Officer John Harael. ol tbe uumane society. When the oartv reached the resort of frank Baecker. on the avenue. Just north ot the Uirk yards, tbe driver ot the team stopped to water bis horses. The team is an unruly one, and is owned by Cndenaker Andy O. Spaeth, tbe liveryman and undertaker of Spring Q rove avenue, in Cumrolnsviile, When the team was stopped Mr. Hayden ateDoed into Mr. BaeckeVa nlac. leaving the two ladles in tbe carriage. It is aid that the driver went with blm. thus leaving tbe team unguarded. However; tbe teem started up heavenoeata fearful pace. The ladies in tbe carriage, realizinot their danarer. threw one the doors on both aides. Mrs. Havden lumrrtng from one door and and Mrs. Hamel from tbe other. Both were thrown violently to the ground. , Mrs. Hayden. it Is feared, ia injured Internally. Internally. Mrs. Hamel atighted on her head, and, as a result, a fearful ra-h ra-h ra-h wa lnflic ed on tbe back ot her bead, above and bet en the ear, eheaas picked up in an unc onscious onscious condition and removed to ber home. No. !fcE2i Spring Grove avenue. On reaching t tie re Dr. Raferty was ceded and examined tbe lady's injuries, it took nine itches to close tbe wound in tbe back of the bead, but Dr. Baferty is of the opinion tbat hia patient win recover, provided mat douuoi unforeseen unforeseen should happen. The team, after tbe ladles Jnmped from the carriage, ran up Spring Grove arenue to Hamilton pike and Blue Rock street, abere it was stopped by Officer Jamison. Tbe pole of tbe wsgon and both doors, which bad been thrown onen by Mrs. Hamel and Mrs. Hayden, were ma&hed b kindling wood.