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DuBois Pittsburg Post (Newspaper) - November 1, 1894, DuBois, Pennsylvania 4 thursday morning the Pittsburg Post. The Pilts Bueg Post. Noyem re i 1894. St Abush e d sept. To he. Tie port Tiu Iii Pili Isiu raw Pitt Zih in. A. Eastern Oiler room 8 Tribune building. New Lorn. N. A Sheffield mgr. We Hington Ltd. Coock a to building. Volume la in num Beh tit Only Deanc Rollf daily re per in Pihu bar. A bushed key Day in Ltd a year. The daily pit St . Rent a mpg. By Tarrier als cents a week 3 12 a year. By mall one rear i. Six months. $1 so. The Sonday Post five cents a ropy. By Carrier one year 2 i including daily 16 to by mail. 12. The Semi weekly Post three cent a copy. By Matt one year la six months to cents. One copy free for a club ten. Specimen copies free. Thursday november i. 194. He average daily circulation the Pitts was absolute Security rather than the temporary Rains hazardous investment. His judgment was the Best As to securities and it was rare indeed that he erred. Or. Herdman belonged to the Noble minority democrats in Allegheny county and never wavered in his Devotion to the principles the party and the needs its organization. In All the relations life he was a most estimable citizen. He was prominent in masonic circles and held High positions in the order. But it was As president a leading banking institution for a Quarter a Century that he made his deepest impress the varied business interests Pittsburg and Allegheny. A lesson in Silar. Is bounced. Present reductions Are j account free Wool and in Antic j Patton the Woolen schedule going into effect two months away. Mer it chants Are naturally anxious to Clear. _ off their old took. And ret ready for pm for a Quot Ltd a a Quot Quot a a he Era lower taxer. Quot Hilk Zullp Endami his if. As the a a Gazette says the a wage household. Workers were badly fooled in 1892,�?� by _ Tariff Reform which has come to stay i Why done to we hear from some Able the victim was no Coward. Bodied Republican a demand for the re enactment the Mckinley Law i not a word in that line. But the contrary. Czar Reed Allison Clarkson. Even John Sherman and Harrison steer Clear such an Issue As if it were a Dpi zen a while Chauncey Depew says the Wilson Law is Good for to years. Mckinley does not venture the Mckinley Law claimed to give j to advocate before the american peo the people free sugar. It did nothing the kind. It admitted my sugar free duty but refined which is the sugar Universal consumption it imposed a duty go cents the Hundred pounds. That was for the Trust. The Wilson Biti put a duty about a cent a Pound 40 per cent raw sugar and a duty one eighth refined in addition. The Mckinley Bill collected from Burg Post for the month sugars imported a Revenue Only i1g2,958 for the last fiscal year. On july was. 38,515 for August. 40,297 for september. 44,289 average daily circulation for three months was Ai 1034i the estimate one the Ablest statisticians in the Union economic questions Jacob Schoenhof who has been the american Consul at various important european manufacturing Points is that the Wilson Law. In its Woolen schedules will save the a Merleyn people the first year its operation jim.534.00 5. And further that w in this saving will come a revival Woolen manufacturing such i has never been witnessed in this country. Of Mal committees have k St Washington sex claims. The re a claims 19 1 relive. To egg Detuno the democratic extravagant and exact figures but Are sure a is composed is a majority y will have 30 d the balance e organization. Id tory chiefs Divide its it mended so the remain the Power in British Legisla Bery wants the mending to extent making the comic there is a Long const ahead this Issue but the Libia will win in the end. It May be iced by making the t a elective. Int dropping the hereditary feature. Tut that would be an ending the House Peers As it has always fax gated. The radicals in England As elsewhere Are in favor one chamber. But that will not obtain. The Hest judgment end experience the world is in favor two legislative Shambr is. To we mentioned some Days ago. Referring to Mckinley a denunciation the Bond Issue imposed the Cleveland administration by Republican extravagance and legislation that in the closing Days the Harrison administration his Secretary the Treasury a pc Harley Foster had ordered the preparation Bonds for Issue. The plates so ordered it happens were the ones used by Secretary Carlisle in his Bond Issue some months ago. Foster having denied the statement the copy his official Ord a directing the Prepa Melon the Bonds is forthcoming. It i in the nature a Crusher the Point is not much importance save to show that the Republican administration its own admission had reduced the country to the necessity a kind Issue before Cleveland look hold. This was a very different financial condition from the splendid one that existed when Cleveland turned Over the government to Harrison the 4th March. 1.9. It was the difference Between bankruptcy and a big surplus. The same importations the Wilson Law will return a Revenue to the government $40, he too. The Mckinley Law gave the sugar growers a Bounty last year $12,000,000. To it will be seen it Cost the government a total loss revenues $52,000,000. That made the Bond Issue a necessity about which Mckinley is berating the democratic party. The great fact to which we Call the attention our readers is that with this gain $52,000,000 in Revenue the american people Are not paying As much for their sugar to Day As they were a year ago before the Wilsoh Bill was formulated. The Market Price by wholesale Standard granulated sugar in Pittsburg the 31st october 1893, with Mckinley a alleged a free sugar Tariff in operation was $5 38 the too pounds. The Market Price Standard granulated sugar by wholesale october 31, 1894, was $4 44 the too pounds and this with the Wilson Law in operation. This rate $4 44 the too pounds was the Pittsburg Market quotation yesterday. It shows a decline nearly a cent a Pound to be exact 94 cents a Hundred pounds under the Wilson Tai Iff As compared with the Mckinley Law. But that is not All. We desire to especially impress the intelligent observer that while the Mckinley Tariff not Only returned no Revenue Only $163,000 to the Treasury sugar and paid it it it $12,000,000 in sugar bounties the Wilson Law insures $40,000,000 Revenue. And by repealing that Bounty saves $12,000, 8 0, which with the $40,-00f�?T, from sugar duties makes the government better off by $52,000,000. And it does this not Only without increasing the Cost sugar to Consumers but reducing it nearly a cent a Pound. What about the relative pie the re enactment his Law. A a a Dalzell explodes. We find this characteristic specimen the demagogic Al Bosh congressman Dalzell that Horny handed son toil deals out to the workingmen in a report his speech at Carnegie the democratic party is a Friend the Labouring Man. Under its Bill it has provided that he can Wear velvet browsers and keep off the files with an Ostrich Feather both which articles deed committed before ills horror stricken family. Be urch adm the murderer. Are admitted free but it does not pro a vide him an Opportunity to earn Money i without Knock warning any kind Butler. Pa., oct. whole Countryside in the Region around Evans City is wild with excitement to night Over a most atrocious murder committed this evening and searching parties Are out in every direction in Pursuit the murderers. Up to Midnight there Are no reports the capture the assassins. John Couse an aged citizen forlorn township where he lives his farm 14 Miles East Evans City in this county was at Home this evening with Hie wife and daughter. The Little family was sitting in the Kitchen soon after 6 clock when the door was suddenly dung open to buy any these things and sometimes not even bread. From ail part the Union come reports reviving manufactures and Commerce under the Wilson Law although it has been in operation Only two months. The country is getting out the Slough Mckinley Lam. Lab and the products labor Are in demand. Wages Are the ascending scale from where the Mckinley my left them. The Workingman can buy More the necessaries life with his earnings to Day than he could a year ago. Dalzell in Congress championed a Hundred per cent tax the Woolen clothing the blankets and carpets the toilers. The democrats have reduced that tax two thirds and no Workingman can go into a dry goods store for his Winter purchases without finding out that the democratic Tariff has made it easier for him to live. Of course this is Small and two masked men stepped in the startled inmates. A hand Over your Money old Man a said one the robbers. He held a pistol in his hand but the Brave old Man was not daunted although taken by Surprise. A i have no Money a calmly replied Couse. A toil have come to the wrong place for the old Man stood up and faced the armed robber. They looked at each other a few moments when the companion the Ruffian who had spoke made a move to approach the terrified women. Then the old Man showed his manhood. At the first step toward the woman he turned to where a heavy poker stood against the Wail. The robber who had demanded his Money saw the motion and menaced him with a curse but the old Man stooped and grasped the Funker ready to make a fight in defense his household. As i he stood up with the poker in his hand before he was fairly standing erect i one the men cruelly shot him stand i ing so close that the pistol almost j touched his body. Hie old Man fell Lisbury agree that should be mended ulnar extent is where statesmanship the West. Virginia professor and the Ohio attorney for the sugar Trust with these fact record the facile tongued Mckinley talks the Wilson Tariff being the creation the sugar Trust. It is rather harsh to say. But it is a Good Deal like a Knave talking to fools. Of eth republicans this country a says fee Natch Quay forgetting his Domain Only extends from the Schuylkill to the Ohio a should not permit . Wilson to be returned to but suppose the people the second West Virginia District Send . Wilson Back As they Are most Likely what a will senator Quay do about it will he resign in a Huff like Conkling and Platt we trave a notion that just because . Quay ordains that Wilson shall not be sent Back his majority will in the larger. A Pitt up enough says the senator and the District can be saved to the Mckinley party. We do not believe the senator firm believer As he May be in the gospel Walpole can raise enough Money to defeat William Wilson. The Mountain democrats Are a different Stock from the Merchantable human commodities in the slums the third Philadelphia District. They Are not Sale. They will know How to re Artzt senator Quay s autocratic Wava. Still we advise them to be the Lookout. Of although quiet and unobtrusive nature there were few in banking and financial circles in Pittsburg More positive character than . James Herdman whose death is announced tills morning and who has been president the Dollar savings Bank since 1870. Or. George Albree was president from its origin to years before and these two men Mark directed its growing and extensive operations for tie Long period 34 years in which time from Small beginnings it came to be one the strongest savings Banks in the Union. Much this was due to the careful and Well considered policy . Herdman. No one aver guarded a Trust More rigidly with better business judgment than lie did the interests the depositors fit the Dollar savings Bank. His aim boo in better tires. The a a Gazette should state things fairly. We have Nof said that workingmen a Are prospering beyond All precedent As a result the new we do say things Are improving from the Low ebb loft by the Mckinley Law. And further that the reduction in Cost the necessities life is equivalent to an addition wages. That is a conceded economic truth. It is the reason some grades English labor Are better off than american. They can buy More for their wages the Quot Gazette claims we give no figures reduced prices increased wages. We have Given some figures but not Many As to increased wages. They Awalt a revival demand for products now fairly under Way. The a a Gazette certainly knows the old Rule that with three Days work for two men wages go up. While with three men for two Days work they go Down. There has been an extraordinary revival in the Woolen Trade because free Wool. This is solely due to the Wilson Tariff. Thousands men Are at work in this Industry who were Idle a few months ago. They Are making wages now and that is certainly an increase from nothing. As to reduced prices we have Given ample authority for our statement in interviews with leading Pittsburg merchants. This is True particularly As to Woolen clothing blankets and carpets. The people Allegheny county consume not Leas than $15,000,-000 Worth Woolen a year and a leading merchant fifth Avenue is our authority for the statement they have fallen As a result the arson Tariff not less than 33 per cent As he is now Selling them Over his counter. Here is a saving to the people at the rate $5,000,000 a year. We say without fear contradiction that there is not a a a shopping woman in Pittsburg. Not a working woman society woman but has realized the great reduction in the Price Woolen fabrics. It is also True As to menus clothes. All this is because the free Wool schedule the Wilson Law. And the further fact is important that it has been accompanied by an extraordinary revival in Woolen manufacturing More men Are employed wages Are better vastly better than no wages and Mills Idle under Mckinley Lam. Are loaded with orders beyond their capacity in Many Staple lines Good. All this is very easy to understand. It is the logic cause and effect. Here Are some comparisons which show the Workingman How much difference there is Between the tax a Dollar s Worth Woolen goods under the Mckinley Law and the Wilson Law Mckinley new Tariff Tariff. Blankets.$1 $0 pc dress goods women a and children a. I 30 flannels for underwear. I 04 90 hats Wool 04 $5 knit wearing apparel .94 40 shawls Woolen worsted. I 50 95 carpets brussels., .81 90 carpets cheap. 7$ $0 Wool class i. M free Wool class 3 56 free Wool class 3 32 free Woolen worsted cloths i 63 <0 these reductions Are not matters the future. They Are Here now and after the Aret january when the reduced Tariff Woolen goods goes into effect they will be More pro a _. I without a sound before Hie Borror concern to congressman Dalzell As he the Ken wife and Akhter. The shot just Home from pleasuring in penetrated his heart killing him in stantly. The robbers had gotten off before the alarm was Given and the Pursuit although hot was not started in time to get the robbers in the immediate Vicinity unless they have hidden Abd thrown the Hunt off the Trail. The women shocked into utter prostration by the horrible affair and the feeling is such that the robbers. If caught May not be brought to jail. The Allegheny police received word from Callery the Couse murder and detectives were placed the Case. It was said the murderers had bordered a Pittsburg amp Western freight train bound for Allegheny. Att these trains come no farther than Bennett station at night. Assistant superintendent John Glenn and detectives Steele and Zimmerman were detailed to that Point. At i clock this morning no word had been received from them by the Captain at police Headquarters Allegheny Haven for old people. Many Hale and Hearty Cit Tsena who Are near the try Nark. Oxford pa., oct. Garden North Oxford i the Haven for aged people in part the state. The township with quakers who Are Well to do bearing out the statement that Little worry tends in lengthen life. Of the aged citizen <8 them have passed their four snore years their a aggregate Ages being 3,493 years an average Over 85 years. Those Over 90 years age Are Thomas Hall 99 years John Hall 97 years Sarah Dickerson. 83 years Eber he fiord and Mary Baker each 92 years. A remarkable feature respecting the aged citizens new Garden is that la majority them Are yet Active the women doing housework and the men engaged the form. Eighty five year finds Man so fond horses that he is the noted Colt breaker the neighbourhood. It is a common sight to see Many these aged people attend meeting first Days some them ministers giving counsel to the generations below them in matter years and experience. Not ail these people Are in Europe and like the generality Republican tourists no doubt brought Back enough Fine woolens to last him for a year two and saved the duty. That is the Way those Gentry. To a great sinner. A thereafter All great events a says the Pittsburgh a times Quot a will be dated from the time the democratic revival struck the town and a the Post went the and it should have added from the Day the a a times was caught deliberately forging a speech for William Gingerly and having been caught in the act a fessed up like Topey and want to change the subject. It said . Gingerly had abused the members All secret societies As Assassin. That a falsehood not based common Rumor report but deliberate and wicked invention by the having set it going among the people who Are trying to Send preachers to the holy land to heaven the Coupon plan the virtually admitting the lie has not the manliness to retract. The first thing these elected preachers should do is to engage in missionary work in the a time a office. If a the Post had said that . Magee in his recent speech had denounced the methodists a hypocrites the presbyterians As dishonest and the catholics a infidels it would have uttered a calumny not a Whit More atrocious thar the one the a times Quot deliberately set going about . Gingerly. Its cheap attempts at Mournful wit will not divert attention from the ugly record it has made. There must be confession and repentance before absolution. The a a times is wanted at the mourners Bench and not in the pulpit. O disastrous wreck. May Campaign in Winter. Chine Honda Good mid lie Jap can do effective work. Chicago oct. 81.�?Rev. Maurice j. Walker who has been stationed in North China by the English government for the last nine years passed through this City to Day his Way to London to make his report. The Rev. John k. Robson a missionary from Tienken accompanied him. They left Pekin about a month ago. Speaking the War . Walker said Quot Japan was obliged to engage in foreign warfare to prevent a repetition the revolution in 1871 in her own Domain. For years she has been preparing herself not Only that but she has carefully Laid out her Campaign in China. I have been Over the Road at Mukden at All seasons the year. It is impassable Only in fall and Spring in Winter it is in perfect condition the japanese can Cross the mountains before cold weather and capture Mukden which is the key to the whole situation the Conquest is theirs. The boo mile Good Road from Mukden to the great Wall at Shan Kwan can be covered within a London oct. 31.�?a dispatch to the Central news from Tien Tsin says a the Pekin a Mercury learns that the emperor is intensely angry at the existing condition things and is determined to learn Why a Small country like Japan cannot be up to noon to Day the chinese legation Here had received no confirmation the reports that the chinese army had been Defeated at Chintien Cheng even that there a been any fighting. New York oct. 31.�?a special dispatch from Shanghai confirms the report that the Young Empress China has committed suicide. She was rebuked by the emperor who slapped her face whereupon she took Poison. Of Ide debtor s Trail. Relentless efforts a it i is creditors to collect a i Dor ent. Highest All in Leavening latest . Govt Ketuu much transferred Cash. Process server Wert never Able to locate it in time. Ruk after v very elusive legacy. Denial from Sovereign. Ile made no Effort to i in funnel ii a Canadian Kii Vuht. Dalis tex., oct. 31.�?j. R. Sovereign general master Workman the knights labor was seen to night in reference to the dispatch to Day from Toronto to the Effet that the Sovereign party in the general Assembly soon to meet in new Orleans intends to disfranchised the Canadian k. Of l., and deny them representation to the general Assembly meeting in order to weaken the Powderly opposition to the Sovereign party. Or. Sovereign said a the report is absolutely absurd. The Canadian Knight labor they Are in Good standing not incurring penalties for non payment dues cannot be disfranchised. If they have five local assemblies so As to be in position to form Ope direct District Assembly they Are bound to be accorded representation at new Orleans. As to antagonism Between myself and . Powderly that is All sensationalism. There Are no differences Between us personally our respective friends. We Are each doing what we can in our Way to promote the interests organized labor and the report from Toronto is the work some enemy organized labor. I presume the reference to trouble Between myself and . Powderly has a. Wright Toronto As its author. It reads just like what he would say. He is sore because my attitude toward his old Assembly which teas 19 months in arrears for payment one altered and thirty four people reported drowned. Sydney n. S. A. Oct. 91.-the Union line Steamer Waira Rapa bound from this port for Auckland. N. Z., was wrecked sunday night great Barrier Island off the Northeast coast new zealand. The Steamer had a Large number passenger. And 134 people were drowned. The number the saved is not positively known but among the rescued Are some the passengers. The night was very dark and the officer and Lookout the Steamer were ignorant the proximity land until the Steamer struck the rocks. Captain Mcintosh the master the Waira Rapa a the Bridge at the time. He together with most the Crew was lost. To australian Railroad collision. Sidney n. S. W., oct. 31.�?two Pasen Ger trains were in collision to Day at the station at Redfern a suburb this City. Seven persons including a Catholic Dean. Father Mccarthy lost their lives in the Accident. Thirty persons were injured. Most those who lost their live were scalded to death by steam from the engines which were almost completely wrecked. 0 alone. The Sunshine shimmers through the same tall Trees the Blithe Bird lovers warble out their Bliss. The same shy wild Flowers flutter in the Breeze and tremble Neath the butterflies Coy kiss the same soft shadows slumber the Sward. The Brooklet glimmers with its old time Sheen the Cliffs still rear their bosoms Gray and scarred but something s missing from the peaceful scene. How drear it looks How desolate and still fair Fern leaves wreathe the old Cliff s rugged brow i hear the Wood doves plaintive love song thrill and the sad wind sigh through the Aspen Bough i see the fragile water Lily Bare her Golden bosom to the Sun s Caress. But something s vanished that i looked for Here a Joy that nevermore my life shall bless. My yearning eyes peer Down the Vista Green in the wrong bed. He took. A neighbouring husband place let a mistake. Pottstown pa., oct. 31.�?a warrant is out for the arrest George Fryer who is accused malicious trespass. A Hafi evidently been fingering last night too rioting Over the flowing cup. George shirt etl Home but to his Eye there was a great similarity front doors arum by mistake he opened Frank Barbaner son Franklin Street. Or. Harbauer was absent hence the door was not locked. Fryer went in. Deposited his Hoot snugly under a bed whose strange surroundings did not impress him and then tumbled in for the night. Mrs. Harbauer however was not so easily deceived. It required but a Brief time to discover that the intruder was not her husband. She leaped from the bed and rushed out upon the Street Clad Only in her night Robes and cried for help. The commotion aroused Fryer and he hastily decamped and has not been seen since. By a party caucus. Stay at Homes and despite their years they an interesting Content for senator frequently journey to conventions and religious assemblies Miles away. Of scheming for rewards. In Georgia. Atlanta ga., oct. 31.�?th nomination a United states senator by party caucus will be a new feature in Georgia polities. The presence 50 populists in the legislature makes this necessary. The seat vacant is that the late senator Colquitt filled temporarily by Hon. Patrick Walsh. The candidates before the legislature Are Hon. A. O. Bacon Hon. H. C. Turner Hon. L. F. Garrard and Hon. Patrick Walsh. Deadlock is almost certain to ensue in caucus in which event speaker Crisp is Likely to alleged plot to swindle the Railroad Compaq. Toledo o., oct. 31.�?passengers train no. 15, the Boston and Chicago special the new York Central and Shore line report a supposed attempt to Rob the train at i clock this morning at Lakeview n. A a a near Stampede tto Buffalo. Obstructions were the track. Four announced candidates have been Erie pa., oct. 31.�?farmer George addressing the legislature nightly since Burch and his hired Man. Who found the Friday night when Walsh is to sex a a a 8hr fair Axil. And a a if track at Lakeview and flagged train Turner. All had Large audiences. Walsh no. 1� with a switch Light were taken j Bacon and Garrard have declared them to Buffalo to night. It is believed now selves advocates the free and unlit among the trainmen that there never Itotia coinage Silver at 16 to i. Or. Was any intention to wreck the train and that the obstruction was Only a Turner to night declared his adhesion to . Cleveland a entire program. There. _. -. I is some talk bringing governor at a part lurch and i Pinson into the race in Case a dead Man to play the part Savior lock life and property and work the rail Road company for rewards. Sally dose for anarchists. Paris oct. anarchists. Jacques Elisee Reelus Poete Martin. Duprat and Pouget were to Dav sentenced in their absence to 20 years imprisonment. They were found guilty belonging to a criminal association. Of. Herris sore fun. I Ady handing out Rome cold victuals a Why done to you go to work tramp Well a am its this Way when in a hungry i m too weak to work and when i m full Way course i done to need to York press. Fun logins angrily a do you know that your chickens come Over in my Yard Snook a i supposed they did for they never come Back Home journal. Phil do you think your father would object to me As a son in Law Priscilla no i done to think he would. Papa never agrees with York Herald. Chollye i won Dah where aha Algy procures h s Beautiful accent done to you know Dolly Why did t the deah boy Tell you he has All his Teeth direct from messenger. Choli a now you May show me the most stunning thing you have in your establishment. Tailor yes. Certainly. Here is the Bill thinking perhaps to see a laughing for the suit you have .�?Chicago inter face steal round that gnarled old Oak that stands Serene Majestic in its old familiar place. But mocking shadows Greet my yearning gaze. The wraiths forms time s hand cannot restore and the loved voices those buried Days shall break this Calm Green Solitude to More. Lulu e. Clark. Ocean. Quot i have heard it said. Miss Emma that a kiss without love tastes like an egg without Salt is that True a i Don t know i really cannot i have never in my life a come now miss Emma a a beaten an egg without Salt.�?el i Quot Lucio. Of two new $1,000 scholarships hive been established at Princeton by mrs. Mccormick Chicago. Shot by a boy. He a trying to frighten the lad by playing Whitecap. Harrisburg. Oct. 31.�?John r. Engle Bert a civil Engineer was shot in mistake for a a whitecaps by a boy whom he a trying to frighten at Rife Dauphin county pa., lust night. Englebert approached the House Uriah Koppenheffer at Rife last night and asked to be allowed to enter. No one Wra Home save , . Koppenheffer s son and he told Englebert he could not enter. Englebert insisted and was told he would be shot if he attempted to get in. During the controversy the door opened. Englebert had a Cap made out a White handkerchief and rushed in head drat crying a i am a Edward fired As he entered the shot taking effect near the left shoulder killing him instantly. Koppenheffer supposed Englebert to be a burglar. The deceased leaves a wife and two children. Of another to Tel Lunation announced. Berlin oct. 31.-the Semi official a Cologne Gazette a which was the first paper to announce the resignations count von Caprivi and count in Eulen Berg now states that Herr Heinrich von Heyden Cadow prussian minister agriculture domains and forests a tendered his resignation to the emperor and that his majesty has accepted it. The paper adds that her von Heyden Cadow will receive another state appointment. Of Johnson to Mckinley. Cleveland. Oct. 31.�?Hon. Tom Johnson the democratic candidate in the Twenty first District Clevelan to Day wired governor Mckinley a Challenge for a joint meeting and debate political issues to be held in this City next saturday evening. To name a new Cabinet. Madrid oct. 31.�?the Queen Regent has charged Senor Sagasta to construct a new Cabinet to succeed the one that resigned yesterday. The negotiations that Senor is carrying Point to the Newt ministry being More a text zionist one than was the last. New York. Oct. 31.�?old William Adams who made $500,Odo out the manufacture and Sale Mosquito netting died within a year after leaving an estate about $300,000 for his children. One his sons William used to have a big plumbing establishment in the ninth Ward but failed 15 years ago and a never gone into business in his own name since because he had a number judgments entered against him. His father knew this and so in bus will he left William share the estate As a Trust fund the interest which was to be paid to William Junior. But in the will there was a final clause providing that if after All the provisions the will had been carried out there should happen to be anything left it should go to William Junior. When the executors John Showell and Robert Adams had settled up everything they found the old Man had underestimated his wealth by a Little Over $7,000. They held Back Between $500 and $1,000 As a precaution against any Small Bills coming in and paid Over to William Adams jr., about $0,000 in Cash. Now the several men who had those judgments so Many years standing against William Adams jr., were watching for this settlement the estate and us soon As they heard the residue $7,000 they descended upon William. But they found thai he had transferred tile Cash payment the executors March 27 to his son w. Franklin Adams a for love and affection and no other consideration. This w. Franklin Adams is bookkeeper for the a Churchman a the great episcopal Magazine and is a great Light in . Houghton a Little Church around the Corner. You May see him there in his Robes As server almost any sunday and often a week Day. He paid it Over april 26 to his sister Annie Estelle Adams then a Young women about 29 years for five years engaged to the Rev. Harry Baumann the second assistant Rector the Trinity Chapel in Twenty fifth Street Between Broadway and sixth Avenue this Transfer was made a for love affection and soon after this the creditors William Adams jr., served him and afterwards his son w. Franklin Adams with papers to appear before referee Thomas f. Byrne in the Bennett building and give an account the $6,000. About the same time Annie Estelle Adams Drew the Money out the second National Bank and went Down to new Jersey to spend the summer with her Uncle who lives at Plainfield. The creditors soon discovered that the Money they were after had been passed to her and had their subpoena servers her track. But they we Ore never Able to catch her in new York. And therefore within the jurisdiction the court. September 3 she was in new York however and a very important Mission. The engagement five years standing the Baumann was that a Happy end in the around the Corner in the presence Quot the father and brother the Bride and a few friends the bridegroom. They departed their wedding journey and did not return until a Short time ago. The subpoena servers have been most diligently searching for them but did not get them successfully located until last thursday afternoon. There was to be a service at the Trinity Chapel at 4 p. Rn., and they had two servers and a female detective hand. The female detective went into the Church to a a spot the Rev. Harry Baumann. She happened to take a seat next to his wife. A who is fending the service a she asked the Bride. A Why. That is the Rev. Or. Baumann a was the reply. Pretty soon the female detective w ent out and put the subpoena servers Quot to the Bride and bridegroom. They waited outside ready to jump when the pair appeared. When the service was Over they approached tile Rev. Harry Intimann and his wife. W to were about to enter Patterson a tailoring establishment opposite the Church. After some words mrs. Baumann agreed to accept service the papers. Yesterday they appeared before referee Byrne in the Bennett building. And were questioned by lawyer Frank h. Gray. Or. Baumann said that he was sick. And so the chief part the examination was the Bride. She was highly indignant at some the questions asked and raised her voice Stormly in protest against the insinuations that the transfers were fraudulent. A my brother transferred the Money to me out gratitude a she he owed me a great Deal. I gave it to . Baumann As a marriage settlement two months before we were the creditors Are going to Fry to get hold it and to show that the transfers Are invalid. The ease before . Byrne is Tragesser. The chief creditor against William Adamsjr. When it was asked . Baumann to explain about the Case he smiled a feeble Little smile kept close to his wife a skirts and begged to be excused. Monday afternoon next before lawyer Pollock . Goff a partner . And mrs. Baumann will appear again. With several other members the Adams family and a High old time is expected. Or. Pollock is referee in the action brought by the creditors William Adams jr., to recover from the estate William Adams. Sr., the Small sum the residue the will gives William Adams jr., which they Are holding As a precaution for the payment any Small debts the estate that have not been sent in As yet. The creditors claim that this Money belongs to them. And the executors Are resisting the claim. But the chief interest centers in . Baumanns marriage portion whether he will he allowed to keep it will have to give it up after having the pleasure holding it in his name a few months. Or. Baumann and his Bride live at the Victoria hotel. More queer business. A Philadelphia firm Trie Hull doll no by circular. Too. Punxsutawney pa., Ort. 29. To the editor the Post apropos your article in to Days a Post Quot relative to certain Pittsburg lumber dealers trying in a business Towas to influence votes against the Runyon a views. Ile forcibly fax pc cd them Ltd the a Craton Folt Tgu minister. I tuition nov. I a dispatch to the a a standards from Berlin says that Tho prohibition by Germany the importation american cattle a led to a Lively Exchange views Between the lion. Theodor Runyon the american Ambas democrats in West Virginia i enclose a Gador and Baron Marschall von by crier a circular letter issued by a Philadelphia fruit House and sent broadcast to the Trade for a similar purpose but which i think Bas failed its object at least in this particular instance. The last paragraph the circular reads an important cargo Malaga Lemons was sold at auction tuesday lust the Quality those is an improvement upon former seasons and presenting a Nice new appearance Are meeting with favor with All customers. The demand for All lines goods at present is very moderate and Trade we expect will simply jog along until the november elections. As the people generally Are coming to their senses la is expected that Republican victories will be the Rule and that this will indicate Republican Ascendancy at the next presidential election and with the return to proper economic principles usher in the beginning Good time which will be very Welcome for a More miserable period than the four years president Cleveland a reign has never been sex i Peri need in this fair country it is to be hoped that the like will never occur again and again we say this is not polities but business. As ail businesses have been so demoralized by the false economic theories that have prevailed it i necessary that one should speak j out. Very respectfully c. Wilkinson a sons. The circular was handed the writer by one the members the largest Gro j very House in this Section whose Trade j the a calamity howler Quot who sent it has enjoyed to a considerable extent in the past hut whose orders in future will fall to some reliable and honorable firm who done to insult their Trade in this Way. Fair Blay. Weight Dollar Bills. Giom Monk contest in which sex eral gained knowledge Gravity. Re Cere. I customers were Chat Ting in a Lafayette Avenue grocery store one evening recently says the new York a Herald a when the grocer pointed to a half barrel Small Beans and asked How Many them it would require to make a Bushel. Various estimates were offered. One Man recklessly put the number Down at 50,000, which occasioned a laugh from All the others who had guessed a much lesser Quantity ranging All the Way from 6, too to at too. Quot Wall gentlemen a remarked the grocer a you Are All Wro Jig. There Are approximately 119,000 bears in a Bushel a no one was inclined to believe him until he showed them that it took 60 Beans selected at Randorf to weigh half an ounce. The rest Abt calculation was simple. I a a now. Then a said one the party a since we Are engaged la guessing con tests How Many Dollar a a f77vhf take to weigh As muck Lar a k one said ill a nether is grocer who knew All about Beans the figure at 300. 4 Quot All wrong a remark the Man. A it takes just 22.&Quot this was proven to be the Case by Experiment. I �?�?�?�?-?��?4 to \ Stein Hie German foreign minister. Or. Runyon characterized the order As Bever unjust and unnecessary retaliation against the duties imposed by the United states German beet Root sugar. These duties he had been advised by president Cleveland Congress would lie certain to annul. Baron von a Leberstein in reply add netted the severity Hie order but not the other epithets employed by the ambassador. He said that Germany would not barter the soundness her Cuttle for a prospective lowering the sugar duty. The incubation period Texas fever he added was do weeks. Therefore cattle leaving the United state in Ait apparently healthy condition might afterwards be attacked and spread the infection . Runyon disputed this claim the ground that the contagion is propagated by insects. Which Are non existent in Europe. A Quot also argued that dead meat cannot convey the Texas fever germs. Staples and fancies. An object lesson to lie woman a to purchased for herself. Two women were shopping. One had a pile goods the counter which the clerk was checking off and when he had finished he told her the Bill a $7 co. She produced a modest Little Puree paid the amount left her address and Wilt Del out the store. A the other woman had been watching her with a Good Titt interest Saya tie Detroit a free when she was gone she turned to Hie clerk and said a i done to understand it. That woman got so much More for her Money than i did for mine. Here i have a Small package that i can hold in one hand. And it Cost me to. One to does t know How to shop a she bought ample goods Quot remarked the clerk indifferently. A shut what Are Staple Good a a ooh domestics sheeting towering. Children warm knitted garments to Lery and such. You see she buys for a Fahily and purchases Only the a ooh and i Only for myself. I and the woman who had paid $7 for 1, lace flounce went away with a new id in her head. Oen ii no he Hui Nonh Cabinet s a Washington oct. 81.�?Senor Martian the Spanish minister say the few Musj Hon the Spanish Cabinet was do difference in relation to the new Sunj la Bill and prospective commercial ran gement with foreign Powers minister who have resigned rear it Tho element opposing Low Dutie Foj Mier to avast favor Freer Trade rations with the outside world and As colleagues did not share this View to resigned. I Rte it lire Cincinnati get Irelta Tbs i care Glass. Delicate Ware Hho Alil receive Dell cute attention Lait. Glass does not often meet with the delicate attention it deserves says the a gentlewoman a and this notwithstanding that really brilliantly burnished Glass makes a most striking show upon any table. Warm but not hot water should be used for Glass. A wooden howl is safer than a China one and should be kept scrupulously clean with rinsing soda and hot water. Every cloth wherewith to rub the Glass must be a soft As soft can be Ana As dry. Unless the polished cloth be really dry the Glass does not take any brilliancy rub As you May. Ammonia Rock Salt and Tea leaves nut into a decanter with some warm water and vigorously shaken up and Down Are effective in dispelling the offending stains the shaking does not prove sufficient the decanters bottles should be left to stand All night filled with water and ammonia. Long narrow Champagne glasses Flower especially specimen glasses require More frequent ablutions than the open form glasses. Gas globes require an especially drastic treatment and Are Only cured sometimes an obstinate dimness by being placed in a Saucepan near not the fire with a Liberal Supply Patent soap powder soda thrown into the hot water. Servants who put their Glass the table at the last moment Are Wise they Wear soft Wash leather gloves. Cd it la ohm pet tors will Uejo rat the month to Morrow. Or. Referring to tin resell Conditi poor says they can get this be refit without loss to the bakeries owing to Tho present Price flour. -------�?0- Mal rim in la alumn. Or. News Rajm and miss taboo a maid the Forest were married sunday july a at the government schoolhouse the Rev. Or. Warne officiating. After the ceremony a grand feast was served in chief Don a wakes House according to the Juneau a mining the Bill fare was Tomato soup and dried halibut Ham and herring eggs Salmon Heads and Candle fish Oil w1ldcelry and dried sea Weed my Fronberry Echo retake and Coffee. Protest from Sibley Republican. Erie. Pa., oct. 31. A a allegation Nibley republicans from Meadville and Crawford county Carne Here to Day to enter a protest against the visit Kinley i to make Here the week bracer for Hod. Matthew Griswold to Republican nominee for Congreve against the incumbent Hon. J. 1 Sibley. The whole Crawford cont nge. Threaten to Bolt the Republican the i in Crawford county. Of whisky in coffins. A rain Kelling undertaker in manna at last ii Rou a by to Hook. Emporia Kan. Ort. 31.�?richard Bri re i-3�? this county runs an undertaking establish i a formally confirmed by the guatemalans i a Vade Mexico. City Mexico oct. 31.�?miguel Toi Rico is the owner a Large Timber trac called egypt.0, near the Guatemala. Frontier. Quite recently the authorities 1 i i y away six mexican subject who were employed by Torrico. The guatemalan have occupied both idea the Stream Agua anal and have planted their Flag its Bank. This is in invasion mexican territory. Mold for four million. Minneapolis oct. 31.�?the Sale the Minneapolis amp St. Louis Road to the stockholders reorganization committee ment at alien and has several times then arrested charged with running a Quot joint Quot but always discharged for Lack evidence. To Day however his storehouse intoxicants a discovered to lie in the coffins which w Ere arranged with false Bottoms. He w As placed under i a t Bond charged with violating the Murray Law. A a Heech Creek a reek a Lelm. Phillipsburg pa., oct. 31�?the fourth victim yesterdays wreck the Beech Creek Railroad died to Day. The four victim Are at Howard undertaking establishment in this City awaiting identification. Of fifteen die in flame. Stockholm Sweden oct. 31.�?an Asylum for the insane at Joen keeping has been destroyed by fire. Fifteen the inmates were burned to death. Germany i growing. The population the German Empire is increasing at the rate 500,000 a year. Person Alm. P to slew his father. A Hen a night the murderer took a dose morphine. Milan. Ala., oct. 31.-William Milford. A Young Farmer disappeared from Home several Days ago. His aged father was also missing. Yesterday the old Man s Corpse was found in the Woods near i Home with his head flattened our by a club and his pockets rifled several Hundred dollars which it was known he had started to take to a neighbouring town to put in Bank. Officers were put his songs track and this morning they found him hid in a deserted log House 20 Miles from Home. He confessed the murder his father gave up the Money swallowed a bottle Ful morphine and whisky mixed and soon died. There Are Many unpublished sermons the late Rev. C. H. Spurgeon As will require to years to get out. Tailor Dowe who wanted $1,000,000 at first for his Bullet proof coat invention has offered it to the swedish government for $18,000. Sir Henry Bessemer who is in his r4th year has nearly completed his autobiography which he has been engaged for some time past. Sir Watkyns Williams Wynn owns 137, i 025 acres land in Wales and has manorial rights Over 180,000 acres More. I the land he owns u2,00</ Are occupied by Welsh speaking and 25,000 by English speaking tenants. The busiest Man in new York takes a court to Day and $4,000,1 00 in Cash changed hands. The director the reorganized company arrived to Day and the election will be held Friday. Of a life Sweet to Hill the action the Pardon Board in recommending a commutation to life imprisonment in the Case James Newton Hill was announced to him yesterday morning. His condition has been seriously affected by his anxiety although he says he has never doubted for a moment the outcome his Case. He expressed great pleasure Twenty one men drowned. Milford Haven. Oct. 31.�?the a Tamer Tormes struck Crow Rock near Milford Haven last night. Twenty one men including the Captain and officers were drowned. Seven the Crew were saved. More Active part in this Cam per so a l m suction. La. Bellerby London England. Is at the Duquesne. B. Mas Earche Brazil is stopping at the Duquesne. Or. G. Mosin Philadelphia la at the seventh Avenue hotel. Edward Milligan an insurance inspector Philadelphia is at the Duquesne. Fred w. Cox Johnstown Republican state committeeman Cambria county is at the Monongahela House. Frederick Krebs superintendent the Gautier steel company Johnstown pa., is doing business in Pittsburg. M. H. Bowman banker John a Core b. B. Howell and John d. Carr Uniontown were registered at the Duquesne yesterday. H. G. Baldwin the Salem wire any politician in it. He works steadily from 7 a. In. Until la p. Rn., and he eats six meals a Day. This Man is . Parkhurst. In addition to those things spoken in one Day it frequently happens that he replies to too letters he receives too callers he writes from 3,000 to 10,000 words he attends a session j the Lexow committee he attends from than Nail company Salem o., was at the seventh Avenue yesterday. He say the Nail business i3 booming. C. S. Belknap District passenger agent the Cleveland Lorain be Wheeling Railroad and Vav. Lindman Southern passenger agent the Hocking Valley Road Are in the City. Mrs. J. M. Swan Canton China one to three committee meetings he stopped in the City yesterday her Way makes from one to four speeches. In addition he finds time to transact a vast amount business which cannot be explained briefly. East she had been visiting her old Home in Ohio. Mrs. Swan is the wife . Swan a medical attache the missionary station Canton

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