|Death and Burial of Former Feed Merchant|
Brother of Mrs. Bostert and Mrs. Keiper Expired in Kansas Last Week
Word has just been received here from Salina, Kan., announcing the death of Charles Dopp, a former Johnstown feed merchant, who passed away on the 18th and his funeral took place at Salina on the 20th. Charles Dopp was born in Germany 68 years ago and was brought to America by his parents in 1854, when they settled in Cambria County. Mr. Dopp and Charles L. Tittle, the later of Blairsville, were engaged in the feed business in Fronheiser's Hall at the corner of Clinton and Railroad streets many years ago. After Mr. Tittle withdrew from the firm Mr. Dopp conducted the store, along, selling out to his brother-in-law, the late Gustav Bostert, about 1877, when he removed to Kansas. Charles Dopp was married in Johnstown to Miss Bertha Baumbaugh, whose death occurred at Salina last year. Mr. Dopp was a brother of George Dopp of Pringle Hill, and Mrs. Henrietta Bostert and Mrs. Dorothea Keiper, of the First Ward. Besides these, he is survived by four daughters and two sons.