Catherine Anselm Burgbacher obit
' . ; C'. .-JJ .-JJ .-JJ " !'.l..,'ii- !'.l..,'ii- .' '.tv-ia)V '.tv-ia)V '.tv-ia)V if BV w Ik CTbWM - - v. Mr. C. BarBbacber. The funeral of Mr. Catherine Burg-bacher Burg-bacher Burg-bacher was held yesterday afternoon from her residence, corner of Lafayette arenne and Seventh street. Tbe Picayune yesterday morning contained a brief sketch of ' this moat estimable woman, and one needed but to witness the cortege cortege that wended its solemn wsy to the bom of Gretra's dead to be Impressed with the truth of the tribute that waa f,sld to be? !n these columns. - The ceremonies yesterday were conducted conducted in sccordance' with tbe Imp rewire ritual of tbe Luthtrsn church, of which the deceased had been a life-long life-long life-long member.- member.- member.- The edifice of the balem congregation, congregation, oa . Fourth atreet, wa draped In' mourning girb, snd the bells toiled tbelr sad notes throughout tbe day. The cortege cortege moved from the home of the de-cet de-cet de-cet eed shortly after H o'clock and proceeded proceeded to Salem church, with tbe following following representative crtls?ns a pall-bear pall-bear pall-bear eis: -Messrs.. -Messrs.. Jttrnest Bobert, John Hep-, Hep-, Hep-, ting- ting- Philip -Singreen, -Singreen, Fred Brecklin, W. I. Langrioge and- and- John Zuffle. At th church tbe solemn - service of the desd wss performed by the officiating pastor Bev. Oscar Gcela -who -who nald a alowlnif tribute to the many virtues and the: ex cellent dualities 01 tn gooa woman wno bed been tbe friend of everybody sad wsa beloved bv all. From the cburcta the ssd procession moved to Hook, and Ladder cemetery, and Iri - the funeral train were repre-sentauvea repre-sentauvea repre-sentauvea of every walk la life, ' attesting attesting the esteem In wblcb tba deceased wss held by her townspeople. A - snort but fervent prayer by the oinclatlng minister minister market the last scene of tne ssd occasion, snd -tbe -tbe tomb was closed on one ot - the gentlest and truest friend tbat many of those who wept beside tba silent bier have ever claimed . or will, know ."aanisu' 'i''-vi--'"" 'i''-vi--'"" 'i''-vi--'"" 'i''-vi--'"" 'i''-vi--'"" 'i''-vi--'"" " . ;-' ;-' ;-' v-.. v-.. v-.. . V: Mr. ff. F, ' Stelnbrnn, -of -of fPhltodelpbU,: wbo has beenspending several ' month with relstlvee In Gretna, left yesterday' evening for a trip through the north and' east, previous to returning borne. .- .- -nt' -nt' police' jfury, of Jefferson wnl hold It regular session to-morrow to-morrow to-morrow afternoon. t7 -Vr-. -Vr-. -Vr-. -Vr-.