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DuBois Pittsburg Post (Newspaper) - November 1, 1894, DuBois, Pennsylvania Weather fair Ohio nod wed Virginia a for w extern Penns hauls Virginia fair. One cent. Rat. Fifty the i it i Yea i thursday morning non Emeer i 1694. Eight pages. Still unabated straight democratic ticket. He will Rem it by Constable z. Coulter j t in t in. J a by no to a by the Middle a Coraopolis. He accused her abduct next week. He will make no speeches. F i3itereit and b nth Usi asm increases As the party Contini is its Toi in libel Hopkins a charge. I a mayor Lins Clatt Irnia Tanner arrested. Chicago. Oct. 31.-John r. Tanner ing a girl named Uncle Swoger from Coraopolis last a turds. And also i defrauding him $7. Which she owed him. He found miss Swoger there too. J the girl was turned Over to her parents t while the woman who was known to i Constable Coulter us mrs. Annie Pren i Hee was Given a hearing before the a Quot but Sheridan. She was Dis accused ise staid. Lawyer Goff charges that Sheehane in a defaulter. James Herdman dead. Chairman the Republican state Cen i Justice Teal committee was arrested this after i charged but Constable Coulter kept her the president the savings Bank Thim City passes away. Noon a warrant sworn out by mayor Hopkins charging him with having committed criminal libel in making the assertion in Campaign literature that v mayor Hopkins had a levied blackmail i the vices the the warrant if a i having been issued by Justice John k. J i Rind Ville . Tanner was taken be at Salem He used to live in Alle-b1g Parade and i Irena works j fore that magistrate and waiving sex Heoy. Visitors from All parts. In custody brought her to the City. And. Hard words used in court. Tatting her before Alderman Anderson. Preferred a charge against her j _ Taining Hoard by false pretence. In j default $3x Bai for a hearing to the startling evidence which the Morrow Alderman Anderson committed Leuw counsel produced. Her to jail. Her father is a physician display precedes the Allentown meeting. Lamination was held to the criminal j court in Fonds 1300. Bail was Given i As soon As the order the court was. A ,. J made the Bondsmen being state sen i Atar my tiry m. Brains Aurora we i an overflow necessary. A a Quot a. . Repro a a Uve for the seventh senatorial District John i i Jfe Clark sex collector customs and pm. J. Cathrell. Llu Rhyl to no it a the had been stumping the Quot state for jul ,?l,.ustr�?Tously circulated a Lam l. Wilson said last night that the id Date King Rolf describes Hon free Ore a Only materially Benefit the Lehigh a Alley. Colonizing West Virginia. Republicans making desperate efforts to defeat a Ilson James Hood a prominent machinist in Wilkinsburg who returned last saturday from West Virginia where he a what did he say a Tea pfc would up As soon As potable. Quot a Hurt time elapsed before the Story ate Jet dilation became Public a two years. I was worried to death about declined to run for a Public Cut Caudle �?Ta3 in your mind a a yes j never rested until it was a we s.,. Ctn Arri Sadoner Sheehan was recalled i .lf-0or a it is a i Lave Ole question to ask you a said an illness some weeks. Or. Soft a will you produce your bunk books a mar a a a a defaulter a grand larceny to a it use to produce your Book in the Nwe this evidence a a Oti re a liar. You know you Are i pity. Yelled commissioner she hun. Language is intemperate a senators Connor admonished . Goff wha read the statutes to show he h it the. Senate police investigating com harsh words advisedly. An admitted. Intimated at the opening to a taken till to Morrow. Day s session that should commissioner j by ii a Rase Sheehan show further recalcitrance . J ready for funds. Goff would be Likely to take him Oft a the witness stand and certify the mat the skip canal committee issues a complications a grave character Fol t pm Oller aia la one Yin Story. New York oct. 31.�?chairman Lexow a in ref sketch ills life in Pittsburg. His connection a i the masonry. James Herdman president the Dollar ravings Bank this City died at 7 clock last evening at his residence no. 30 Arch Street Allegheny City. His fatal illness had its inception in pneumonia several weeks ago but other the program por to Asor Row. Throughout the state. I am accused i republicans were making every Effort a Aud the a a let it it no is to i a a it i feat Reform Champion injure the democratic ticket. The by questionable schemes. People have a tight to know whether i j went there Merdy to talk to the j stand to Day Ani guilty. If j am. I should be in working classes said he a and in them 1 a did you Send out reached. I shall respectfully insist that a 1 found enthusiastic advocates Wil Ler to the grand jury. James w. Boyle a Iuit Reh Enelva a pamphlet. A tammany Leader the ninth As the provisional committee the bake Sembly District was first placed the Erie ship canal announces that preliminary arrangements have been perfected a notice a asked for it Vang subscriptions to the guar Der a1 to the Pittsburg Post. Allentown pa., oct. 31.�?the democratic enthusiasm is increasing with the approach the election. Yesterday All tile important towns in Schuylkill county were dialled by . Gingerly and oilers a Akers with the special car party id at ail Points they were greeted by a crowds and Many evidences i lilt in tins unprecedented being waged under the comr. And the Case be heard at once. I do not care i son and what Day this week but it must be this however frauds in new Castle. His policy. They told my who Are under police Protection a that senator Henry g. A i did Steuben Keirh Quot the i a when a Saloon Meiier wants a License. I amp ask our a a j Northern and Republican labor into the j 7.1 a. J District. They have All been brought i ask Bim in within the last year and Are Princi . Goff Quot calling for a list people a this fund is to meet the sex two 11 ii a Rcd a limn alleged to he illegally registered. A new Castle pa., oct. attempts at illegal registration in the first and fourth wards this City Are said to involve More than Soo names Chaliy iian i ran men who have no right to vote in but use no commissioner Sheehan was called to the stand. A did you Ever hear that some one acting in your name had news stands suppressed which sold papers politically opposed to your organization Quot re Ahan. The general impression among Pally from Pennsylvania. They said t,1py bought it proper to vote for a Ilson the fear losing their positions would deter them. They said they were continually being annoyed by their employers As to their position in the great i knifed . Goff contest. They revealed their position i heard something. However when they told me Pittsburg the .1� wldf8p>�d in could furnish a Reform Tariff Mechanic i legend frauds is merely one phase the the ,8�n with work a practical politics incidental i democratic managers Are watching the bitter contests being waged in i be a be red colonization Tho District Schuylkill county has been i Lawrence county this fall. Very closely and it is the intention giving a Large Republican majority the i attorney a h. Gregory has petitioned chairman Mcgraw to prevent anyone Cuoq a a but no it tuesday it j missioners Cau a i i t w he is not Quot titled to cast a Why the ramp in question should not i a stricken Oft the lists. Judge Hazen i a a will decide the matter granting the districts where they arc illegally 4 i i s a Quot a a the democrats in these towns is that i pression the several demonstrations have made i the re election congressman Reilly certain is Likely to return to the democratic fold. To Doy Easton South Bethlehem 1 and Bethlehem in the stanch demo Era tic county Northampton and Al letdown in the almost equally reliable county Lehigh were visited by . Is nearly and party who were Given j warm receptions everywhere. Ast night the rain descended in tor a it continued falling until noon j interfering greatly with the first at Easton but notwithstanding 1 discouraging atmospheric con j the court House was crowded shouting democrats Many came from Long distances in Pton county to attend the meet Hara As Large is thai which Vernor Pattison in his tour . San girly made a and created a spleen earnestly appealed to Odite the demote Bottom. Re by la f. Magee. Refusing Hie petition to Morrow alter better Arm for Rol Dirr noon. Particularly in the judicial con-1 in Flo run . Test the can Saign Hub developed the Nerc to and most acrimonious struggle in the history the county. Enl funnier. Report to the Secretary Ayr. A Ashington oct. his annual re the Secretary War. General makes a i port i Flagler chief ordnance. His name the ballot. Center county a Iii give in Nae the i try no Point the insufficiency the for arming and equipping full democratic note. The militia. He says there is an urgent special to the Pittsburg Post i deman Ltd from most the states to have Bellefonte a. Get six it was. R for a later 8,1,1 thought at for at Tao he i ter the efficiency the National ravage a com Rane e 1,1 actual a a vice demands this tent age. Democratic candidate for state and the present appropriations Render senator would hav to be printed a it impossible to effect the change a Eti Arate ballot but a. Held nor than a Small percentage arms dec Mhz open i v me prints Gram m tip n Ute. A. It in con lit Lloja Eti to be nun haul a a a a id we Tele the i name is in irm _ t Vul Lial Loul. Much in each year. The report sums up under different Heads the work accomplished during the year and the present state development the various military. Weapons and appurtenances. Ender the Bead projectiles the report states that experiments have been made Here and abroad to a had no authority to use my Quot did you know that certain newspapers had to establish a special delivery system in your District a a i heard so. It was a filthy Sheet. The people in my District Are sick Reading it i Quot aah hat is its name a a i Ani not prepared to a Are you afraid a the commissioner coloured and shifted in his seat and said in a Low tone a no i m not afraid a what is its name a a i am not prepared to a the witness must answer a ruled the chair. Then occurred an exciting scene. Senator Cantor spoke up excitedly a a done to put that Dow then to chairman Lexow you put the question to vote you Are not the whole the chairman attempted to Cut him off with his Gavel. A you can to drown me a shouted senator Cantor. Then . Goff caused additional excitement by saying in a High pitched voice cd oort room packed. A information has reached me that the room is packed with i quod club members who have come Here through Between senator Cantor >j�5e-c��?�< Essary for thoroughly examining Fay undertaking and determining the am Willty entering upon the work Cut instruction. The committee intends to eat age the services the Best engineering Talent that can be set tired to ascertain by proper surveys the. Urn Paretich practicability and Cost the \ Anotia routes suggested. Subscription Blanks together with a pamphlet containing All the information necessary to a full understanding the project will be furnished Applina about it. The lion to John e. Shaw Secretary room ii�?T., Fidelity building. To pamphlets which the committee has prepared enters exhaustively into the project discusses the several nouns the Utility and feasibility such a Caus. As is proposed and presents a comprehensive map the Pittsburg Cord District and the several suggested routes to tile Lake. Lows cd and for a week More his friends had understood that his recovery was practically out the question. Or. Herdman was born in a Ashing i ton county pa., november 26, Isis. He Czak was one a family six Brothers and six Sisters. Or. Herdman came to Pittsburg in Early life and engaged in the leather business having his establishment at Diamond Alley and Wood Street until september 1870, when he was elected president the Dollar Sav that it became recognized As one the 1 strongest in the 1�?Tnion. He also served As a member Council from the third Ward Pittsburgh for Many years being in this capacity a contemporary Alex Speer. James Mcauley Alex Bradley and others. He was also a school director and a member the Railroad sinking fund commission. The deceased waa no politician in any sense but was a life Long Democrat. Lie served the Dollar savings Bank the City and the people faithfully in every duty to which he w As called. The death such men is a Public misfortune. A it it a an insurance Dodge. Coin panics Albite policy Holder the mute tax. Special to the Pittsburg Post. Columbus. Oct. insurance commissioner Hama has discovered that a number life insurance companies doing business in this state Are requiring policy holders to the 2 cent tax upon Gross receipts which the state collects by deducting the amount when paying the policy. He issued a ruling against this to Day and will revoke the License any company hereafter reported to he engaged in the practice. Growing weaker. Sinking fast an d i a Olla use hoi it Lyex Pir Ted. The Czirr disgrace i Cousin i nit hic to Sec ills Aln jest y. Thacher ulis figures. The Charaian shows where senator Hill is sure majorities governor Flowers views. Arrn ii go in my in completed for a Irr rally in Brooklyn and a j ans id abroad to produce projectiles that and set Chan to ionian by penetrate Lisovey Ted a mor plate the i Khout breaking up. But so far without sea a t<uacga4 by this is Aston Hill a jokes it Here trem Tyler and Henry a Scott _ whom la running say the a do i to a a Friend Howard Reed a i Republican. At South Bethlehem a stronghold the democrats port Jervis. N. Pwt. Hill the gubernatorial party were received i arrived Here at no a a and spoke at the by b. Sarge and enthusiastic crowd the j opera House from i clock until 4. His itinerary did not contemplate a meeting speech was devoted to state issues fed but so Mary be Ole had congregated i it ral he action Laws and the Tariff lie said to do Honor to the democratic Cand \ lat the friends the administration Date for governor that the doors the j we re Kiing him a cordial support every in , i,.,.,. Thrown Rny a where burying past dissensions for Large opera House. I which he thank d them. The Hill party a pct let people flocked into the heft the b Iti train for Newburgh building to Bear . Singers who male where senator Hill spoke to night. He t name for. Miquel via. It us a it do not think senator car to Suc amp a thing. It must i i at live minute address amid tumultuous a iou so congratulated the audience the it that the democratic party is lading a common platform the Iff ones ton while years ego demonic speakers occupied All kinds Polons it. Or. Singerly referring to meeting at which three men in Mak speeches discussed the subject from ree different standpoints. At the Quot close the demonstration three rousing Jot to were Given for v .�?�.golly, after Ichieh the audience was Given an oppor j speaker. As yet the republicans have also made 10-rr.inute speeches at Middletown and Goshen in route. 4 Hall axe to Mckinley. Erie. Pa., oct. c. L Baker and h. B. Moore the democratic City and comity committees have challenged the Republican chairman to permit Hon. D. Dewitt a Tariff reformer National reputation to meet governor Mckinley the stump us it the occasion his visit to Erie Friday morning this week. The democracy ask for Only an hour for their Unity to shake him by the hand to Chicken and Waffle supper was Given Lim at the american hotel in Biehle Lero. While enjoying the repast chair Stranahan who was billed for Al at Pfouth Bethlehem arrived audit to with three cheers. After r i i j a a it invt Yed to Allentown in a gaily Deco j lated trolley car and after a big Parade j and great pyrotechnic display. Or. Sing Ray addressed an immense meeting at the Academy music in which 3, were packed. Before any the Ocee agonists had reached the Hall it j a crowded and to accommodate the re overflow a meeting was held in j the court House which was soon filled us enthusiastic democrats. Or. Gingerly met with a remarkable vation As he was introduced by judge j inward Harvey. He confessed that he immense audiences had a swollen its a Many the furnaces in in Lehigh Valley Are Idle he dwelt 1 considerably the free Ore question. Aiming that if the duty the article it Ere removed their industries would be Aln started under prosperous Tondl j Oak. Samuel Gustine Thompson a olnsted a judge the supreme court j few years ago by governor Pattison j my James Beck also made addresses . Singerly also spoke in the court use. To Morrow meetings will be held in Carbon Luzerne and Lackawanna counties. Before the close the week . Singerly will have made about 7-> pc. Che. Of not answered the request. A tammany new York. Oct. 31 Hall rally. Tammany held an enthusiastic meeting to night. The wigwam was crowded to its utmost a pack to. And everyone present appeared confident the Quot outcome. George b. Mcclellan presided and speeches were made by colonel Fellows. John d. Mcmahon general Sickles de i it Noev Nic Oll. Amos Cummings Thomas f. Grady Francis Bartlett Ani others. Overflow meetings were also held. Of prussian minister appointed Peri a i tee Chancellor. Berlin oct. 31.�?the a a local an Zeigert say that . I Rucj prussian minister finance has been appointed Imperial vice Chancellor to assist Prince von Hohenlohe. London nov. correspondent Tho a a standards at Berlin telegraphs that he believes that the statement that . Miguel bes been appointed Imperial vice Chancellor. Is unfounded. He adds that the appointment Baron Mars Hall von Bior Berstein. Imperial foreign minister to a position without portfolio in the pms sin ministry insures the continuance sex Chari Ellor Caprivi s commercial treaty policy. A dispatch from Rome to the a a standards sat i that the appointment Prince von Hohenlohe As Imperial German Chancellor is not favored by the Vatican As he is an adversary papal infallibility and Adverse to the Popes interference in politics. The Cooks scattered. Powderly motive. Ivi leu party Iii Ohio i sect in the interest repast icons. Carroll o., oct. 31.�?dr. H. F. Barnes forager state chairman the Peoples and still a Well known populist a a fid supporter the ticket where it is vow a i Chi Don t i i. Joni rated by corrupt influence is Ell i Cul to an open letter exposing t. V. Powderly and candidate Martin Ohio. Barnes says a sine Powderly has written a letter i do ism the knights labor in Penn Sylvania to vote tor general Hastings. We rest assured that Martin woo disgraces the head the Peoples party ticket in Ohio will act in the tame spirit. Your correspondent feels that Tho work in Ohio during1 it Nis Campaign Hyp the Peoples Parry leaders headed by Cartin Powderly chief Henchman applaud the commis i Baa i Een in the interest the Republic a a a and they have been supplied with Cash. Martin Cavanaugh up. Urt Fyt Jep a to the Kite. From Powderly to mar tits the entire Crew have used the old Paft is in u Thrifty sense. They have alms known who had the most Cash Ana have not hesitated at any time to Collet i astonish ing a gasped an tor would do Subr a thing. It must be false a said the chairman. A i want the spectators removed a demanded . Goff. A there is a clique Here. While i cannot believe senator Cantor a passed these men in they Are a they must not make any demonstration they will be ordered said the chairman. A there Art Only thre it. Pequot club members Here a broke in the commissioner. Then counsel Goff asked for the commissioners Bank books the commissioner refused to give them up. He would let . Goff look at the books at any specified Date but he would not let him have the free use them. A what did you do with the 6,Ono policeman Townshend paid you to be promoted to a sergeant try when he received $10,000 from a Railroad company As indemnity for his parents death a the commissioner said he had never received the Money. After recess . Goff went into the they have completely outwitted sported visit commissioner Sheehan Indian police. Muskogee i. T., oct. 31.�?there Are no new developments in the Cook outlaw i to Wall Street to sell Advance information As to the decision the court appeals in the sugar Trust matter. The situation. The Indian police have re i ,i Den de lat he was a Quot huckster Ria feet inst Farmer. I special to the Pittsburg Post. Columbiana o., oct. 31.�?Hon. Edw Ard i Raff Canton. Of. And John h. J Clarke Youngstown last evening addressed goo Farmers at North Lima This immense gathering at this Village is indicative the Progress candidate Raff is making As Only a few nights ago the Republican candidate addressed i an audience but 35 at the same Village. O Barnes opens his Campaign. Special to the Pittsburg Post. Barnesville o., oct. 31.�?monday night the Hon. A. Barnes candidate for Congress in this District made his first speech in this county at the Hall Here. I he spoke to a Good sized audience for j two solid hours speaking upon the Silver question mainly. His speech was i argumentative and convincing and will i without doubt strengthen the cause i democracy Here. Turned after a week out without making any Progress toward locating the gang. They Are to Day reported to be Blue Creek about 12 Miles from Here but the origin the report cannot be Learned and it is Only partially credited though a Force officers have gone out there to see about it. The gang has about qui depredations Aud has scattered in ail directions. They Are not Likely to be captured soon. To firm not insolvent. Steubenville . Oct. 31.�?the Jewett car company has made a deed assignment to c. D. Beebout. The firm was not insolvent but the affairs needed readjustment. All liabilities will be paid in full and the company will resume work shortly. To news three states. Its contract holds. She mrs. Covert again. Is a Cen serf heat la k ii a eclosion which recognizes political Campaign committees. A is tor the a world Herald Quot urged that lie meal bringing the action were not titled to standing in a court eau Ltd be contract had been entered into with Republican Central committee an Ranisa Tion that was not a partnership an organization that was not dotted under the Laws the state missing upon the issues the court tended that it a bound to take Hoof the fact that the political did exist and they transacted their less through committees. A to goes Home to a ote. Hington oct. 31.�?Secretary Gres-11 leave Washington to Morrow k i vol is Cui ago tor the the 5-year-old son Timothy Davie. Of Parkersburg. W. Va., was burned to death in the destruction his father House while the housekeeper was absent shopping. Miss May Well Akron. O., was so badly frightened by a dog jumping at her tuesday night that she fell in a faint is still unconscious and her life is despaired . The electric Light Plant East Liverpool o., was destroyed by fire yesterday morning entailing a loss $10,000. With insurance $5,000. Last night the j City was in darkness. Hiram p. Macknight. Serving a term in the Ohio state prison at Columbus i for forgery will be taken to Washington. D. C., next saturday to plead in j his own behalf for a Pardon. John Gillett and Henry Mclain went i fishing tuesday in the Tuscarawas River. Between Bolivar and Massillon. Both being intoxicated the boat was upset and Mclain drowned. While Bowden Mccreery and his son were loading logs near Huntington. W. A. Tuesday evening one the Timber slipped and crushed father and son so badly that the former a killed instantly and the latter died last night. At Salem o., the Central District and i printing company in conjunction with i the american Telephone and Telegraph ,. _ company has completed it Long Dis from a sanitarium in Cleveland tame lines connecting Salem with the Liere she had been sent for the cure principal Eastern and Western cities. Through the use a mixture in a lir Yuetlon and Bourd Bill. A woman who gave her name As mrs. A. Prentice was committed to Omaha. Neb. Get. 31.-in the District i last Alderman Ander ourt Here to Day the injunction re i njl�l2t, by Ard but a training the daily a world Herald a a j Bep. She arrived at a pm Horatio newspaper from violating he a. Tureen Mcaleese recognized its contract with the Republican state. J"1man hel<1 in a i weeks Antral committee to print Campaign j a a a .mn, charge Natter was made permanent. The i w authorities the Monon a Ower the court the committee s at i fax a a Hnud a. There she registered Junney contended was sufficient to com j Leveland re the performance the contract. I. A named Koa Russell. At id there was no justification for the i p 1 b�?Tia<1 Luar lers be woman said h which had taken place. Actor i 1 name was a Aleria Morris. I and that she had escaped the Morphia habit. Her Board there had been paid one year in Advance by Lier father who she said was wealthy and lived in Salem She stayed there four months got tired and left inducing the maid to accompany her. The women were held for court but the grand jury ignored the Bill. Then the ladies connected with the Florence Mission took the women in and kept them a few Days. Miss Russell went to Cincinnati and her mistress disappeared. Until yesterday mrs. Covert had been forgotten by the police. She was found at a House at Sheridan station tuesday sect powder and tobacco tuesday night we. Mcconnell Warren came very near effectually curing Hirt Reolf the smoking habit but after several hours hard work the physicians now Promise his recovery. Burglars broke into Ferguson amp Bros store at Altoona a. Tuesday night ironed the watchdog and blew1 open treasurer Ferguson a Safe. A Large sum Money had been removed from the Safe monday and the robbers secured Only $10 and a Diamond ring. Suspicion Points to an alleged sex convict named Ward and two his pals who were caught yesterday morning. Of decisions Quot As charged by a local palier. A you would not appoint a Man who had committed a crime a a you Are a defaulter though a exclaimed . Goff. A i am not a the witness said quietly. A i can explain w hat you Are getting . Golf produced papers and documents bearing the witness signatures for the purpose proving that commis Toner Sheehan misappropriated $4,000 while comptroller the City Buffalo. The commissioner told How he had requested the mayor to have his accounts examined and when a shortage was discovered he refunded the amount $4,100. Ile claimed that his Coupon and Trust accounts became mixed. An alleged misrepresentation. Or. Goff asked a did you turn Over to your successor the accounts the Trust fund the whole them a the witness did not answer positively. A did you turn Over $86,319 84. The amount Coupon and Trust accounts a a i turfed Over the amount the paper you have in your a do you claim a asked senator Connor a that the balance the Trust account was withheld with the Coupon account a a i do a now sir. Is it not a fact that you misappropriated that $3,690 24?�?� a it is not True . Goff read the following document dated november 9, 1883 received from John c. She Chan the sum $5,900 in payment any deficit that May be in his accounts a proper examination. Signed t. J. Maloney Schuyler . Goff read another letter dated december 8, 1893. It was addressed to t. J. Maloney and read As follows dear sir you Are hereby authorized and requested to use and and put the Money paid by me for the purpose making Good the shortage which was in my account at the time i timed Over the comptroller s office to you. Signed John c. She commissioner Sheehan be Ned Down to give Way to Timothy j. Moloney a comptroller Buffalo. Or. Mahoney identified the Coupon receipts and the Trust fund receipts. A who gave you these receipts a asked . Goff. A emr. Sheehan brother. 1 told will a Caid he a that i would not sign the receipts for Money which i had not received and asked him to Tell John to come and see me. A came in later and i told him to to As soon As a did he say that the Coupon account was mixed up with the Trust account a cow in the Chimney. Halloween prank that a cruel. Several boys arrested. Someone Bent a halloween joke put a cow in the Chimney at Cornelius Mclaughlin a Home Garfield Avenue. The House is an old fashioned one Story Structure with a very Large Chimney Doc Esible from the Hillside. The police had to help him ref Nove the animal which was considerably singed. John ter Ankin. Aged 13, was the Only halloween offender arrested the Southside. He was locked up for pulling a shutter off a House South Twenty ninth Street. In Allegheny three arrests were made. The prisoners were j. H. Hall who Tore a shutter off a Rebecca Street House Albert Mcfarland who Tore up part a Boardwalk Perrysville Avenue and John Richardson who did likewise. Changes Street grades. Tlle Clieny t lpmukltpi1 it econ mends a Batch ordinances. The committee surveys Allegheny met last night and recommended the following ordinances to tie printed for the use Council widening Hanover Street to 50 feet from Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad tracks to Preble Avenue widening grand Avenue from Brighton Avenue to Central Avenue changing the Grade Wilson Avenue from Pennsylvania Avenue to drum Street changing the Grade Sumner Street for Winifred Street to Wolfe Alley changing the Grade Mcdonald Way from Marshall Avenue to Halsey place. The last ordinance recommends the Low Grade and is the one h. L. Graham who owns property Mcdonald Way has been _ fighting so Long. Or Graham favors the Low Grade. Juitt Ca Herd a a. Lugs Bank an institution which he was one the incorporator in us and an original trustee. Ever since the creation this Well known Bank his life was largely wrapped up in it and especially since his election to its presidency in 1870. Ii was also one the incorporator the Trot a by National Batik c Fri Rector from its drat opening a it i the Vic president until his death. He was moreover president the Peoples insurance company Arri connected less prominently with other financial institutions this City. He was a Long headed. Clear sighted financier and his association with institutions the Cha act r Here named was solicited by those who were identified with them and who knew his sagacity and capacity. When he took charge the Dollar savings Bank As president in january Ken the deposits at that Date $2,361,471, arid he number depositors w a These figures disclose tie gradual growth the business the Bank in the la years that had passed since 1855. When Herdman ult i Zacharon it is said retorted angrily and mately became identified with it As its was prevented from leaving Livada Only chief officer he brought to its by. Petersburg oct. 31.�?the official bulletin issued from Livadias it i clock this evening says a Ami majesty has taken Little nourishment. The congestion the left lung continues. The breathing is difficult and the pulse is weak. The general weakness the patient is greatly a Semi official Telegram from Livadias says that there has been a sensible increase in the general weakness the Czar. And in the weakness his pulse. The congestion the lung continues. It was Semi officially announced to Day that All the reports regarding the immediate marriage the Quot a Zarowitz to Princess Alix Are unfounded. It is added that it was never proposed since the illness the Czar that the marriage should take place hurriedly. A letter received Here from Livadias dated monday last says Quot the Czar is extremely weak and hardly Able to walk but he has not abandoned Hope. He Trie to reassure the czarina who is beside herself with grief and anxiety. His majesty has frequent somnolent fits which he does his utmost to overcome. He often refuse Medicine and the sentries outside the quarters which he occupies hear groaning during the London Ort. 31.�?the official the russian embassy received a telegraphic message to Day saying that the end the Czar life May be expected at any moment. A dispatch from Berlin to the a a Globe says that prof. Leyden bes telegraphed from Livadias to count Schouvaloff the russian ambassador to Germany As follow a i am in despair. A catastrophe is the Quot pall mall Gazette so dispatch from y Kra la says yes Feigay Thuv a Isaias condition was Moat distressing. There was an increase in the spitting blood with violent shivering. His limbs were numb bus breathing was oppressive and his legs were swollen More than Ever. Yalta oct. 31.�?the Czar suffers fits suffocation. To Day he was unconscious for several hours. The Day was warm and the sky cloudless. Early this morning his majesty tried to read state dispatches but he was too weak. During his violent fits coughing particles lung were brought away. It is alleged that there has been a serious quarrel Between prof. Leyden and . Zacharon the former reproaching his colleague with aggravating the czars illness by his brutal frankness. Or. Harrison Speaks in new look special to the Pittsburg Post. New York oct. 31.�?As the closing Days the Campaign draw near tile prospects for democratic Success grow Bright and brighter. Senator Hilt s canvass began under a Cloud. His party was not United there seemed scant Hopes for its Success and against him was a Man enormous wealth and colourless character who would not arouse Republican enmity and was certain to draw out its full voting strength. But senator Hiu is a fighter. No one understood the discouraging circumstances butter than he but when Tho nomination was forced upon him and he decided to accept it he began that Strong current energetic Campaign which More than once has ranted the United democracy new York slate around him Aud brought glorious Success to the ticket. He has never been Defeated yet and conditions have so changed nine the Saratoga convention that at Tho present time the Prospect for democratic Victory next tuesday Art As Good As they were in either Tho previous campaigns when he ran for anti was elected governor. At every place he has appeared Tho enthusiasm has been unbounded. The Plain people the state have rallied around him in a Way that has exceeded his most sanguine expectation. He paid a Brief visit to this City ing at 8 39 a. Rn., from a leaving an hour later we re in u i booked Tori Morrow he will to i Brief conference with and go in the afternoon where he will make charged filth embezzlement. Huntington. W. Va., Ort. 31.�?one week ego assistant cashier Charles a Wilkinson resigned his place at the National Bank in this City a demand made by Tho Bank officials. To Day a warrant was issued for his him with embezzling $3,600 the funds the Bank. He is trying to Settle the matter with the Bank and escape arrest. He is a son the late William Wilkinson who was sheriff Wayne county and has been very popular in society circles Here.  .decision favors employees. Ment All his financial acumen business sagacity and Well established commercial methods. The result was that the 1st june ism the deposits the Bank amounted in round numbers to $14,635,000, and the number depositors was 34,681. Or. Herdman had a marvelous capacity for hard work an attribute All men who have acquired any distinction in Public private life. This Quality with his care arid Wise judgment materially aided in making the Dollar savings Bank what it is. He passed All securities and made absolute safety the prime pre requisite All Loans. No chances were risked. Although the Bank a dividends Are but 4 per cent annually they could easily have Ben made 6 by a less conservative management. Under the direction . Herdman the management the Bank was never permitted to lose sight the fact that it was designed especially As a savings institution for the Benefit the poor and not the Rich. This is disclosed by its Rule regulating deposits. The Bank receives no single Deposit in excess $1,000, nor will it allow any de j posit to place in the aggregate More i than $10,000 with the Bank so that the highest individual Deposit in the Bank j now is $10,000. The Bank pays 4 per cent dividends and Many wealthy people to secure this income would gladly Deposit with the Bank sums from $100,000 up but they Are prevented by by the interference general tche Revin who threatened to forcibly detain him. Grand Duke Alexis Michaelovich. Cousin the Izar who was disgraced and banished to the caucasus several years ago arrived Here recently wishing to see the Czar and ask his Pardon before he died. The Czar declined to see him. And the grand Duke departed after seeing his other relatives. The newspapers have been prohibited from mentioning the visit until the grand Dukes father shall have ordered the censor to allow the fact to be published. The czars treatment by his physicians is unchanged. He takes digitalis and aconite and drinks a great Deal milk. Or it hogs dying by Hundred. Janesville i. Get. 31.�?the hog cholera is raging with fearful fatality. In this Section hundreds hogs dying in a few hours after the disease is noticed. State veterinary surgeon Frank g. Toussaint claims to have a sure remedy for the hog cholera. Jast evening he Lunoc slated a horse and three hours later killed the horse feed i ing the carcass to the diseased hogs. I he claims that the hogs will recover i after eating this inoculated meat. Ohi ners killed. Nanticoke. Pa., oct. 31.�?william Jones and George Buckland miners were drowned by a Rush water from an old working while they were cleaning up a Angway in the mines the Delaware. Lackawanna and Western company the Hanover and Nanticoke town line the policy which restricts deposits to to play. George Jones also a Miner was $10,000. Thus it is seen that the Bank is j killed by a fall Rock to Dav in the in fact a savings institution for the Peculiar Benefit the poor and is not in any respect designed to Forward the prospects the wealthy. Or. Herdman was an Active conscientious member the masonic fraternity for nearly 50 years and held Many offices Honor in that order including a membership the finance committee the grand Lodge Philadelphia. He was prominently identified through his connection with masonry with the a i Dromore udtudd0,3?jlj5 i building that Noble specimen Arch the 1 i i lecture at Philadelphia known As the Down his decision in the Baltimore amp Lehigh Railroad w Ages cases. This gives them nearly $20,000. For which they have been making a Bard fight against the bondholders. Wire news boiled Down. Philadelphia j masonic Temple. His life Long Devotion to this Frater i nity has greatly endeared him to his j fellow workers. He was a member j Milnor Lodge and since 1885 has 1 acted As treasurer that body. While i the committee finance the mines the same company at Auchin wire and six Chii Closs Dren. He leaves a to Podobn in to no failure. Mexico City. Oct. 31.�? colonel Owens the founder the Topo Sobampo Colony being interviewed Here said the dispatches from Abilene announcing the failure the Topo Sobampo Colony were false and sent out by parties who were hostile to the company. To a hem the he i Caise. A a a can do no More effective work in behalf the democratic party and its candidates than to do what you can Omuril inducing your neighbor to subscribe regularly for the Post. If be in it the Navy department has arranged it Praml Lodge Pennsylvania where he Democrat he ought to take it an 1 for a Speed trial the torpedo boat Ericsson the 8th inst. Baltimore distillers will test the constitutionality that Section the new Tariff Law increasing the tax whisky in Bond the Post office department at Washington declared fraudulent 56 companies ended in Selling prepared Medicine at aged in Selling South Bend. Ind. The Meridian National Bank and the merchants National Bank two the oldest financial institutions . Indianapolis were consolidated. De Martin a lynched by a mob in Critendon county by. He belonged to the Goode Rich band outlaws whose lawlessness has kept that Section in terror. Mrs. Jefferson Davis has written a letter to a Richmond a Friend denying the report that her daughter. Miss Winnie is a woman suffragist that she had said she would vote the Republican ticket it she had a vote. Served with distinction for Many years his counsel and advice were alway solicited and in most canes acted upon. In All his business undertakings in masonic circles he paid particular attention to details and every matter in. _. Which he had a hand was always liar self simply by comparing this How. It is head shoulders and trunk a Hove any other Penny paper in the Pittsburg a statement which anyone Eon verify for transacted with such clearness that no question was Ever raised concerning it. He had been in his time an Active member and officer All the various masonic bellies and was elected to the highest office thirty third degree the a. Amp a. Rite. Or. Herdman was one the organizers the consolidated Charity fund. He was up to the time his death one the trustees the masonic fund society which owns the masonic Temple fifth Avenue. He was the last the charter members the ancient accepted scottish rite in this City and it waa largely through Bla leadership paper with the others. If your neighbor is a Republican it Woald do him Good to let into i mind some solid truth the Tariff Quien Tion and the Post is a ont Ely the Only Piper in Pittsburg in Whone columns that truth i to be found. Therefore help your party help yourself help your neighbor help us help everybody by helping the Post this gives a fair i de doing. There was quite Gore in the depot they gave a c sponged by Porter . Hill fled with the progressing an better health the he Shook hands and brakeman made the Chubby including him in John Boyd time . Hill would no City. Or. Thatcher Forenoon. After Over he says that Jorty his Side to will win. The Demour Albany will . Ivory Rutt to Val i usual chenvttng1 Albany will . Thraher says democratic candidate from 2,000 to 2,205 majority. A a governor Flower Tell my he has been through the state and is positive that the Republic car vote against Hiu will not be greater than it waa against . Flower when he was elected a continued . Thadier. All arrangement for the reception governor Flower and speaker Crisp saturday night in Brooklyn have been made. Governor Flower will arrive in Jersey City at 8 30 clock in the evening and will go to Brooklyn via rive Annex boat arriving at the armory while speaker Crisp is hard at it. Governor Pattison Pennsylvania is expected to be there also. To night sex pre Eldont Harrison fulfilled his Promise to make one speech for Morton by appearing at Carnegie music Hail. He was escorted thither from the fifth Avenue hotel by half a dozen Republican clubs and a big crowd turned out to hear him. An sex president the United states can always draw a crowd. Harrison did not arouse any phenomenal amount enthusiasm however and there were none those scene wild excitement which prevailed when Hill spoke in this City and in Brooklyn. In the pouring min this mom int Chauncey my Depew started for Jersey City to make his tour the lower Tjoei Coontie in his private train. Hot a will Stop at numerous Small towns and Cross roads to make speeches for Morton. He will be gone four Days and the program Calls for 43 speeches. Hit first two stops to Day were at Hillburn and Middletown where Small crowd turned out to hear him. Great rally in Peoria. Cain Miheli Morrison and Stevenson be speaker. Peoria. 111., oct. 31.�?vice-president Stevenson sex governor Campbell Ohio and the Hon. William r. Morrison were the guests the local demo Ray to Day. They arrived Here this morning and were met at the depot by the reception committee. They were driven to the National hotel where they made their Headquarters and during the Day Many their friends called to see them. This afternoon a meeting was held in the grand opera House i too people being present. Frank Quinn assistant state attorney was chairman and introduced the vice president who for three quarters an hour talked the Tariff and income tax and showed what the democratic party had done since coming into Power. Or Morrison followed with a lengthy address and sex governor Campbell briefly responded to loud Calls. To night there was a Parade nearly a mile Long delegations being present from Lacon Pekin Hanna City and other places this demonstration was followed by another meeting at the grand opera House sex governor Campbell being the principal speaker. He was followed by others with Short addresses. Two l Bel suits. nine sue a Hazleton paper for detraction. Special to the Pittsburg Post. Wilke Burre pa., oct. 31.�?congressman Hines who is the democratic candidate for re election in the twelfth District brought his political enemies up with a Sharp turn to Day. He brought two suits against the Hazleton a Sentinel a which is the Organ his Republican opponent John Leisenring. One is a civil suit for $100,000, and the other criminal. Alvin Markle and state senator c. No Kline Are among the names a publishers the Leisenring is Worth $2,000,000, and Markle about the same. Hines says his political enemies finding they cannot Best him with All their Money Are trying to pull Down his character by the Ald the press. 4--a overcharges for the Post. Persons who May be charged More than one cent for a copy a the daily Post Are requested to report the same to this office taking particular care to Tiaw and place overcharge

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