Arrest Clipping from Altoona Evening Mirror, Sat, Oct 26, 1878.

Clipped from US, Pennsylvania, Altoona, Altoona Evening Mirror , October 26, 1878

Itlingnted h to4 80LDOe.nao*Iu “Hoc”,Irov ' Ipr«me]Charles Johnson, alias Little Rocks, Mar-ggret Weir ard^Catherioe Wagner, aliasFord, were arrested by Sergeant Miller, of the Tenth police district, Philadelphia, asthey came out of a vacant house, 1007 78. Reach street, in that city, Wednesday afternoon, on the charge of passing counterfeit j trade dollars. The accused Lad a hearing before United States Commissioner Smith. jnrEvidence was given that spurious trade j gt|t dollars had been passed by the accused in the saloons of Gustave Wernhening, 351 North Fourth street, and Caroline Haywood, ceP | 82 Laurel street, and Caroline Rente’s, con-8!H fectionery, 704 North Second. Noconuter-*101 feits were found on the prisoners. Johnson iotly j \iq\{\ in $1,500 bail and the women ini $500 each to answer. The husband of the vkn- ! woman Weir, better known here as Bish toi e no Couzzens, while attempting to escape from All Secret Service Detective Abbott at Tyrone “] last winter was shot and killed. She is wellmem.m.: mein.Heknown in tins part of the country, being a 0’iown daughter of Jacob Burkholder, of Blair ; to Furnace, and of none too tavory reputation mlt;when she lived here. I