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J PLANS CATiAREEIFEGTED CATiAREEIFEGTED1i ARE PERFECTED PERFECTEDTO
I TO PREVENT PREVENTFRAUD FRAUD FRAU TODAY TODAYDeputy TOD TODAYDeputy Y YDepatySh
Deputy DepatySh Sheriffs riffs Police Pol ice and Pinkerton Pin erton HenWill HenWillArpest Mien I Will WillArrest WilIAirest
Arrest Fraudulent Voters Votersi VotersJudfe VotersJUdi VotrsJucJgc
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Judfe Powers Brined to Prosecute Cases C8sesand and Reward 1 Is Offered OfferedFor OfferedI ff r d dn dFor n
I For Coavlctlou of ofCrooks ofCrooksI Crooks CrooksAn
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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + 4 + + + + + + + 4 4An
+ An easy ea way to make 160 50 ta to give pyel gtv Information leading to the t tan th arra arraand +
4 + and conviction of o any ay person casting a ballot Illegally at todays q election electionChairman e PICt1OflChairman Uon UonCbalrman +
+ Chairman J 1 C Leary of the Democratic city committee offers otr thIs t re reward roeW1II iewarI +
4 4Practically
+ ward
+ W1IIPr8ctleaJly Practically all n of the Democratic campaign a fund to being used to toprevent topreyent toprevnt +
+ prevent frauds today William A Pinkerton bead 94 of the famous fa de detecllve deteet d dtect +
+ tecllve teet he i ye agency arrived In the city yesterday aJ it waa w said to look after afterthe + 4the 1 1the
+ the work of his hI men who have been here for some time getting evidence evldeaceof t y yof 4 4ot
+ of tit tempts II ttmpttoy to vote o illegally 111 1IJ and watching wa cblDC for known criminals Fifty PI FiftyS tty + t tpe
S + llpeelal pe lal deputy sheriffs e Were appointed yesterday to make arrests rrest at the thepolls thepoll thepo1I +
+ polls for violations of the law la and city policemen will be detailed for fora tora1 fota + I
+ a a1 similar si milar purpowe Democratic watchers will guard rd each potting oflin place placearmed p1acearm uscarmd +
+ armed arm d with evidence to prevent Illegal voting votIfl Judge O W Powers has hasbeen baabeen + I IbMn
+ been retained as special prosecutor to push all cases cai in 1 which arniIIW iT iTare t tare + i iare
+ are madt madtTen rnadTen + <
+ Ten leading leadln Republicans have come out In public bile denunciation of the Utemachtne + t tmachine I
4 machine ticket and the machine methods It Is the duty of every good goodcitixen GOdcltlzn goodeltizen +
+ citixen Republican or Democrat not only to vote against a < the machine machineand JDaCJdDeand macktneand +
+ and for the Democratic candidates but to constitute himself or herself hereeIfH + f fH
+ H si I pcial ecinl watcher > r to prevent pre eet any iUeysJ Iii jal v Tete te being beln < cast Each fraudu trau4lenU + f flentiy
3 + lentiy lenU rant ut machine ballot will n1lU1f7t11e nullify the vote te of an honest citizen and andthe IUM1the id +
4 the purity of the ballot must be protected protectedt + A
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T7TLLIAM ILFJAM tL ruJ A APINK PINKCHTOIC QTOt the thedetective tilerJ tMy
Vll rJ y fa 1LIUS detective ttw toea of otthe ottheu the the0MMy thsii
u 0MMy whk baarb be I Ida 1t name me ar arrived arrlnd a arived ¬
rived In th the dty cIt y ysnUrday and it was wasstated w wfltated WRtatd
stated lajit evening eY hto hi bwsiness Iueas was to tolook tolook toS toluok
S look aftcrr the work of his ls men in laeon laeonl von vonnection eonI
I nection l > ti n with the electlsfrauds eleotM txauds which whichJt
Jt h l1u l1a is hp hPfll > < > nfeared feared the t tl machine workers workerswould wortt worttould woTkwould I
would ould try t vi to perpetrate perpt trate The aid of ofthe ofthp ofthe
the Pinkerton agency ag nC7 is I believed to tohave toIiav i ihavp
have Iiav b bfto en secured by Chairman J C CLeary cLeary CLeary
Leary of o the Democratic city commit committee commlttt committe ¬
tee though Mr Leary declined to dls dlsciiFs distU
tU ciiFs 11 the subject For two weeks wee It Hwas Ita Itva
was va a stated Pinkerton men m n have been beenIn beenin I
In Halt alt Lake working workln < up evidence of ofillegal ofllIgal
illegal registration and looking out for forcrooks forcrokfll forcrooks
crooks from other cities who have been beenImported beent benlmIHrt4I I
Imported t m portfll to aid the machine in Its des desi eI eIH
J i H rate Ia te Itorts < Mr Pinkerton himself himselfmade himselfnmlle I Irnie
made a 1 trip tn on o Commercial street and andoth aailthpr an4thr
oth thpr r places Iaea in the Tenderloin T rIoID yester yesterday Yefterday yesterday ¬
day to get t a better better line UIa 1I o eu on the situa situation alt alttlnn sltuatIn ¬
tIn tlnnT tIn1lsgted
Disgusted T lsgu > < ted over the outcome of at attpmpt atJ
J tpmpt to t get County CountyAttOrfley Attorney West Westel WNterrlt Weatervilt
errlt el volt the t h Reluctant to prosecute proee te canes canesor C8eo
or o illegal registration and f fraud Chair Chairman CIIaIr1 CIIaIr1man CMIrman ¬
man Leary V > ary yesterdny secured the serv services servires ¬ I
ices ko of Judg O W V Powers to look lookafter lookaftpr looknfUr
after all election fraud cases and to tojrosecute toI to1roee1te
jrosecute 11OKtC1Ite them to a conclusion conclusionMany COIIclualQnany eoflclualQnMany
I 1 > Many Special Offlearn 0 Xamnd XamndSheriff X XShfrltr XSheriff
Sheriff Emery l acceded t to a request requestfi ue t tfllr
fllr fi I > r fifty tIft special Ial deputies to aid Id in the theatch taMath
4 atch th for fraud and to make malleif arswta arswtali rOtaif
if ne nMary rwary Acting Actln Chief of Police PoliceIui Polleeluhtc1 Police1iirhtdg
Iui luhtc1 oldKf p arranaed to todetall detail policemen policemenHt
Ht H tt t tho t th h various a arIou rtou polling lung places p1a 1I to main maintain maIntRln mainlaIn ¬
laIn ordrr ot rr aod afl make e arrests rrellta for Illegal Illegalvoting Illegaltlng llleg lllegiitlng
voting tlng in Jr addrttatf addItl ddM 4 a tfcl ttMea Uave will willl wtllOernaeratk WillDemrtte
l > e rvemocratlc watchers at < ben at t every e poll pollJIK pnllj pollirig
JIK j n phI ptLC < e armed with wi tit an accurate list listor nstor listof
or hot t > entitled to vote When a man manr
< > r wotan attempts to vote illegally he heor heIr heor
or Ir the he will be challenged Should the thevtf tbetof theb
vtf tof b < sworn om In and cast t he or she shevll shew
vll w V 11 b promptly pro proiflp arrested for felony felonyii feIoDyIInd telcayflfll
ii IInd nd wUl be prosecuted 1Ited to the limitThe limit limit7h UTnILThe
The 7h > penalty i p naltJ Is I fine De and nd Imprisonment Imprisonmentin Imprl
in the penitentiary Practically Pra tlcally all th thDemocratic the tiwVtl11orratk theiirncratie
Democratic iirncratie campaign cam fund Is being beingmed betlllrUtid beI beIlDf1
med to maintain the purity of the theballot theballot theballot
ballot ballotVestervelt ballotVe9terVelt
Vestervelt t trvelt the Reluctant alias aliasOx aU aUChorgt aliasGorgr
Chorgt Ox > rge the Unwilling resumed his pro procrastinating procrapttnatlng procratthating ¬
crastinating tactics yesterday Jt He de demanded de denandeli doS ¬
S manded this and he demanded that in inthe Int inth
the t th hp way W8 Y of interviews with Uh all the wit witnesses Witnn witnei ¬
nesses whose names Dam were ere furnished furnishedAfter funlabedIt
S After It fer the ho > case of fraudulent traodu nt regiMes registration regllttrat ¬
tion t im hud been n stated atat Chairman Leary Learyhnd Learynnd Learya
5 a had a personal interview with Ith him on ontho onI
1 tho I h subject u bjcct Westervelt the Reluctant Reluctantmade Reluctantnadf Reluctant3fladP
made many protestations about his hisM blailllnJlneM hisilIIngne
M illingness to prosecute pro In the ab abntract abot be beFt
Ft ntract ntt but he imposed maror conditions conditionsr c ceaditionsbtire
l1t btire r iore In re he would issue any warrants warrantsAft warrantsAftr warrantsgiving
Aft Aftr r riving him the names of eight eightn
n 1111 3Th ii for whom warrants were ere desired desiredMr desiredTr
S tJ Mr Tr I hoary ary finally told him he could couldvaste couldte couldate
vaste ate te no time with the dilatory prose prosertitor KOIIellnr proseutor
rtitor llnr and aD turned the entire matter over overt
t Judge J Powers PowersJuds PoweraJudBe PowersJucts
Juds Tower owsri Will route VraneeuteAfter P routele te tetilt
After ftI th tM matter bad been submitted submittedt
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t to < > him Judge Powers sent the com committee comDlittii ¬
mittee the following followt letter letterSalt lettertau letter3lt
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Salt Lake City Itfch Nov X 2I 2 2Im4arsttc JMs JMsI
I Im4arsttc > mo < raUc City Committee Committeentlcmen CoJdmltteeI
< ntlcmen nlloeJDenln nt In the conviction with you youthat 70 70ha youI
that I ha I f m IDS people will attempt hIDto to vote a aliKaliv plJCH iilgIIv
liKaliv lJCH II in tomorrows election I hereby herebyird bebyiutd y yanto
anto ird to the wishes of your yOQran1 committee committeeases
b an1 ill tl hO at Our eo eaman4 = for die diefJllln taoS
S fJllln iitI r of case of lUegal I It registratloii registratloiir
I r t tnii nd tmg tiiI you oMy m y take up uplir upIi upI
lir Ii I I I < your watrhers tchers report repertI detected detectedcutj detectedi
cutj I i f lour t violation promptly after ner streets
afl r Inolde TOGIIIt TOGIIIto
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I It wa as a decided to make no further furtherS fort forttlpJT1I
S ti tlpJT1I t I iTjts ts to get warrants 1Tta from George Georgehv Oeo Oeoh
hv I nwBttng n for fraudulent haudu1entt registra regiatratlon registration ¬
tion t ion hut CO o wait for the persona tans tansr UtntKlllt thusrgist
r tKlllt > Kt t < red to appear at the polls pol There rlaeleurt Thereirrtsta
5 irrtsta urt rrt 8 t4 will 111 be made madetpromptly madetpromptlyPrepared t promptly promptlyPreparsd I
Prepared to Stop thp Tranda TrandaChairman ra PraudLChairman
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Chairman J Leary > ary has thoroughly tbOfOU < hly ays aysROOSEVELT IISROOSEVELT
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ROOSEVELT ENDORSED ENDORSEDBY
S BY BYPROPHET PROPHET ELIJAH ELIJAHWashington ELIJAHWaRhington ELIJAHWashington
Washington Nov No 2 2Prelddent 2Prelddentnoose 2PresidentJ President PresidentRoosevelt
J noose Roosevelt It I t received the endorsement of ofAlexander ofAlexa I
Alexander A Alexa I EUIIHIer nder J Dowie the Zion prophet prophett
I t tdny > > day in an interview granted at the thexecuiive tbeXfCU theXPCJI
xecuiive XfCU j iY offices to the members of oftho o othr ofLh
tho Lh 1 1wie > vie business huln cabtnet < ibnet who are on ontholr onthlr onS
S tholr ay 1 from New Ne York to Zion City CityJmljj CityJIHIJl CityJuhl2
Jmljj Barnw n rn thf th Ij4JkfSmttn okesmMn > for th thrnbli thIubh thrabI
rnbli t t hlivered the endorsement fndor1lfm nt of ofthf ofthf ofthi
thf ilojihel ilojihelTh uphpt uphptTn
thiTh Th ji rIdcnt > idrnt expressed xprftOM hi appre apprerlatiin apprerlsti11 appreelatiii
rlatiin of the sentiment After the theIntn tbentf theSnt
Intn Snt ntf jw f with the th president the Zion Zionists Zionit on onl ¬
ists l it t I r jlined ty the women of th thpart thpat tha
4 part > and it nd inspected the White House HouseCHASE Housee HouseCHA
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4 CHASE CHA E lIT DOWN AET aASYJf AETiT ASYTh
Jf iT r Nov 10 I 2The The courxmartial courxmartiali cour martlal martlalvhl
vhl > i h hRroi + ar rI < l testimony on charges chT eR filed filedljinitant tUedlit
S b ljinitant j Gen Genral rnl r Bell 1 against nrlir nrliri Priradi I
lit adi It i < > n T rtl l John < hne commJi commalHir Id IdI < 1cr nl nlpitionif 01tiu
I tiu hf pitionif i I tIrnir iona r guard of Colorado Coorados bojjan bojjanwinj bexnJ
J winj wjlJ s ing thv th I h ovl < tdlIcf < i 4I1P iKe In I cret ret session sessioniv e
C 111 iv Thv Th courtmjirtiBl t vhis hill evening eveningi 4venlnfoul eveningfoul <
foul i I i liriRadlvr I C HH i al Cha h8 hac < guilty < ullty of oft
10 t i Mm 1111 il rilffobecitiv rilflobe < of or orlr < ern by byDECISION a aVl ayt
Vl yt I L ti t I tDECISION I IDECISION
DECISION FRIDAY FBIDATHaven FRIDAYHapn PRIDATS
S 4 N v Haven Conn Nov The Tim de Uef deeIs
eIs I pc If f JuflKf JllI 1tig Cleveland In the pror proat prOateth t tth
0 n th case of the Philo 8 Bennett Bennettwhich Bennettw
w WI which w h W J Bryan t Is an execu executo
to 4bI V 1 Iven next Friday FrtdR Among Amongth
th d i MS 1 Tlvn iv 1 will be whether the theM thehl theS
S hl l M Hfpnett PIH > t bpoomen a T > art artin or ort t tS
S t 1t h in 1 wVi lTiur < atji r unique lnfu IntlUtnrl net > in into InIl thIU
Il IU h tid to t Kivr Mt i c j 54Q > 0 to Mr 11IBryaz
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tsmsitiaed the work of o preftIItJDItnuI4 preftIItJDItnuI4JdaIat preventing fraud fraudfcast freudiast
fcast iast night the watchers wa llen In Intrtct aairii die district dietriet ¬
trict as well as speolal atteera m bI bICUetJ isasily isasilycases many manycases
cases were provided with tth carefully carefullyprepared tntuUYpHJINeCI csretuliyprepared
prepared lists of dead ea name and of offraudulently offrduIent1y
fraudulently registered persons The Thetransfers ThetraD8fera Thetransfers I
transfers also have been carefully re recorded recorded recorded ¬
corded Any person attempting to vote votewrongfully votewrongfully 1
wrongfully ny wlH be challenged eel Per Persistence PerIII8teDce Pertstenee ¬
sistence In casting c a ballot will meet meetwith meetwith
with arrest and Dd prosecution The ThePinkerton ThePlnkertoD ThePinkerton I
Pinkerton men will be on hand cape especially eapecIaIlT capedaily ¬
daily to watch for known criminate criminateThe crlmJDalal criminalsThe
The deputy sheriffs hrlff and policemen po men will willbe wUlbe willhe
be there to make arrests when called callednoon calledaact calledupeu
noon and to keep machine workers workersfrem workerstr workersfrjn
frem tr raising disturbances and attempt attempting attelDptI attempthag ¬
hag I to use u fore foreIn tOfteIa forteIn
In addition a tlon to this thl Chairman CllalnDaDLeary CllalnDaDLearybaa Leary Learyhas Learyhas
has offered a reward of 180 50 for the ar arrest arIttIt arrest ¬
rest and conviction c e nvtctl n of each ea b person cast casting cutIne castlug ¬
lug an Illegal ballot This is I done aa ua uaapeclal a aspecial aspecial
special inducement to all U citizens to towatch towatch toWatch
watch for frauds and to inform the thejudges theJudpa thejudges
judges of election or other authorities authoritiespromptly autboritlespromptly authoritiesptemptly
promptly promptlyWith promptlyWltJa ptemptlyWith
With an n honest hone ballot ballotnd and a fair faircount fairC01 fairount
count lt no 0 doubt is I felt of the success successof ucceuf succemof
of the Democratic ticket and the down downfall downtall downfall ¬
fall oT 8ttIte the machine machineMTTIirG uW uWG machineTTI3tG
MTTIirG TTI3tG G fAVORS YA VOitS MOBEJS MOBEJSLarge KORRISLarrt ORRiSLatE
Large Seta bI ia Sight iit But Knox Money MoneyMorris XoneyVuiI oney oneyVaokee
VuiI VuiIOn Vaokee VaokeeOn
On the eY eve of election dey the seMi MatIID seMisimM
ID sees4 8 8Mon be hebmngiy for forUorris
Morris for 01 nuiyor 5yer or and for fortbetr the thethen of oftheir
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then ticket would wmra wmraversaoon Win fo ffo NJ oUflveemen t tlIon
versaoon lIon most ef f them ac acthe admitted u thatthe I Itbe
the tide of public sebOssent was w wtbem against againstthere egeiMithem
them and that If the f1III Yet vote was cut cutJkre castthere
there would be a De DeasaMle DemscrmtcvIoUMry DemscrmtcvIoUMryeven ietor ietoreven i ieven
even a landslide landslideAn land landslideAn lld lldAn
An indication of the feeling was wa shown shownat
at the machine headquarters dquarters In tb tbKnutsford the tbeKDutatOni theKnutaford
Knutsford last evening ev nl Some an mon nvmthronged
thronged the rooms and yet et a man with withto withto
126 to bet on Morris even sought an anhour anbour anhour
hour and a half before he could find a ataker aeker atker
taker The TIt fact is that many of the m mIn men menhi > m mIn
In that room had already quietly placed placedbets platedbeq placedagaInst
bets against Knox KnoxOn KnoxOn KnoxOn
On Second South street t t where the set setting ltettlng hottIng ¬
ting had its center Morris orris money MODe In Inquantities Inqu inqudntlties
quantities qu ntttlM was all floating noa IJ around with no notakers notake notakers
takers take Bets were made from time tlDi to totime totime totime
time but the Knox men demanded d odds oddsla oddsIs
la 1 a number of Instances small odds were wereriven werezen wereg1ren
zen riven the prevailing ratio being be H9 iN to toTherewas toTbrewan
Therewas was some betting on oDKulvey Xulvey for forcouncil torrouncD forcouncil
council In the Fifth but those potting up upmoney vIIlDOney upmoney
money against him demanded odds oddsSeveral oddsSeveral i
IlDOney Several thousand dollars was wagered wageredyesterday w wageredyesteedsy d dHt
yesterday Ht but JWOOO of Morris money moneyhalf JDODeyhalf moneyhalf
half of It belonging to a prominent Be Bepubllcan BepubllcaD liepublican
publican went without ithout a taker One Onewealthy OneI Oneweathy
I wealthy Democrat offered test evening to tobet tobet tobet
bet tt to 8000 000 O on Morris but the oficr oficrwas oftrwas I
was not accepted acceptedSteady aeee aeeeMady
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I Mady For th the Day DayThe DRyTb
The Tb test day of the campaign campa was w spent spentby spentby t I Ibotb
by both party organisations ta preparing preparingfor
for the election today Arrangements for forcarriages forcarriages
carriages were completed challenge r lists listswere llIJUwere hatswere
were sent out and the workers given giventheir Fyentllr giventheir I
their final Instructions InstructionsThe lnatrueUonsmachlnf instructionsThe
The machine Is depending dependl on its hired hiredworkers hiredworkers I Iwo
workers wo Chairman Leery of the Demo Democratic DeirOcratic ¬
cratic committee ttee with a meagre cam campaign cain cainIuDd camsatan ¬
satan fund has been forced to rely rei De1nO1 al almost almost 1 1mot ¬
most entirely on loyalty His efforts to today to tody today ¬
day win be to get out the Democratic Democraticvote Cntlcote
vote ote aDd is prevent fraud fraudThe fraudThe fraudTb
The Tb polls pol will open at t 7 a m and will willclose willc willclose
close c at t 7 p m mUndertakers mwgLtlIcAL
PoJJqJ
JJqJ IICAL JABs JAJ3SI
I Undertakers r i ireport on and Hearses will wHIdouartera willrePMi willreport
report at machine c headquarters laeaclquartenlI douartera douarteraThe
The Jail It yearns and yawns for re repeat repeaters repeateeL t te ¬
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Do not vote Bruce uceJobuaou lice Johnson Into power
Although AIt Bruce Johnson oolern resort resortkeeper resortkeeper
keeper to nothhaeelf not welt a oddtdate e 1ftJateA his hissecretary hissecretary
secretary A A J Davis < whl w white e Is I running runningfor r rfor runningfor
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for council In the tn Fifth prwctoct acL Xartui XartuiE artui artuiK
E Muhrey has the support port of the tax taxpayers tsxy taxpayers ¬
payers payersYou payersou y I II I
You ou may y fool some of the people all allthe aUthe allthe
the tune tlm and all 11 the people some of the thetime lMtime thetime
time but you ou cant feW all n the people all allthe alltile allthe
the time tl Abra Abraham Lincoln A A tip to tothe tothe tothe
the machine machineLYHCHERS JaAdllnel machineLYNCHERS
LYHCHERS l YHC HER SIN INDICTED INDICTEDAT INDICTEDATBELLEVILLE D I C TED TEDAT
AT BELLEVILLE ILL ILLBelKnrllle ILLBeUnll1e ILLBelkvIlle
BelKnrllle Die n Nov 2 2The The St ClaIr Clalrcounty ClaIrcouatT
county grand Jury adjourned WIIed this aft afternoon afternOOD tt tternoon ¬
ernoon after a long and busy session sessionreturning aemionreturning on onreturning
returning eleven secret Indictments Indictmentsa indictmentsagairet
a gainst persons believed by the grand grandjury grandjury grandjury
jury to have participated in the lynch lynching ¬
ing of the negro school teacher David DavidWyatt DavtdI DavidWyatt
I Wyatt last aKt June Wyatt had shot and andseriously and1IIfrlouI andsersouiy
seriously wounded County Superinten Superintendent Superintendent ¬
1IIfrlouI dent of Schools hool Hertel bortly before beforebecause beforebecause beforebecause
because the latter had refused ed to grant granta nt ntI
I a renewal of Wyatts certificate as a ateacher ateacher ateacher
teacher teacherThe teacherI teacherThe
I The names of the persons per ou Indicted Indictedwill IDdlctedI indictedwill
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will be withheld until the capiases C la ea are areserved are8trved areserved
I served During its deliberations the thegrand thenand thegrand
grand Jury examined seventynine wit witnesses wltneue witneases ¬
nesses In connection with the Wyatt Wyattlynching WyattIynchlq Wyattlynching
lynching
EXTORTION TRIALS TSIAU5New TRIALSNew TBIALSNew
New York Nov 2 2The Tn Tbe trial of Tim Timothy Timothy Timothy ¬
othy McCarthy business agent aJ nt of the theHouseaialths theI theHousonmiths
Houseaialths and nd Bridgementei union unionwho unionwho unionwho
I who wan wa Indicted with his fellow dele delegate deli dei deii > ¬
i i gate Bam Park on a charge of extor extortion extorlion storI ¬
lion will m begin tomorrow and that of ofRichard 1tRichard ofRichard
I Richard Carvel bimlnecs bUllfnt > fI8 agent of th1 th1r th tht thTerrlckrnenF
r nt TerrlckrnenF > errkkir > rrhkmen > en > Pointers P < lnttrg and RIgger RlKfrernunJoa Rlgg RIggeruuLoi rfll rfllunwl
unJoa who hug htI been indicted Indtct < d for extor extortion extortion extortion ¬
t tion tion will III follow that of C McCarthy McCarthyGOLD McCarthyI McCarthyGOLD
GOLD FOR STOOPS STOOPSNew Bt11tOFBXpw gVROPENew
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New York Nov So 2Tho flk report of the thijii ther
r r trgllgmt engagement t In Im I4flln < nn jii o of i ltlR9IIOQ fif < vAj in In fguju fgujufor goid goidfor old oldfor
for tran tranaportKtion t > ortHtion to New York wan wa of officially otti offiiIally ¬
ficially ti < IJt l1y confirmed at Lt the th National XR tinna City C1t C1tltnk Citybtnit
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Men of His Own Color Officiated OfficiatedWith OfficiatedWith OfflcitedWIth
With the Rope in Louisi LouisiShrieveport Louistana Loulsiana
ana ana1Uarlevep ana5hdeveport
Shrieveport rt 11 i Jov ov 2 z LJOePh Joseph Crau Craudock CradocIE Creddock
dock a neara OWU was lynched by a aJ ia mob mobcougeaed n ncomaosed
comaosed J 1 4 chiefly of Macks ack at Taylor Taylortown Talorto Taylortown
town to about seventeen venfeea miles tea from from8hr troMarv freesinst
arv 8hr v pvrt laat sight atffbtCraddock nlbtC sightCrIddoelc
Craddock C kW killed Wesley W Chambers Cb col colored col0Md coloted ¬
ored rith VItIt an s ax 1 and frightfully tfllly mutt mutijtfe IBU1t muttte
= te jtfe 1t UespunVan tlsw4crv9tupsn V spunVan spunVandown l lWfitaW Baa Baar
WfitaW t tIIeJ tIIeJcae
cae bIn r the thebrother I
brother brot oC qfW Wesley beep CuamXTB beat h IIIm IIImdown > m mdown
down with the ax spa a Injured him SO SObadly o obadly
badly I that he died today Washington Washingtonock Washingtoncaiot ahlnctolnpnot 1
npnot JMtI8IblY poedblyCraddock Ih IhCta4aick
Cta4aick ock was captured capU by b a small smallposse IImalipoe smallposse
posse of white men but a crowd of be between btWM between ¬
tween < n IS and 15ft composed largely of ofnegroes ofnegroee ofnegroes
negroes took possession poon of the u prisoner prisonerHe prIso prIsoB
He B was wut at once hng htnged n d to a tree anit anitburned nrt nrtburned 111burned
burned beneath It after fter being bel pronounced pronounceddead pronounceddead
dead Th The men killed were inoffensive inoffensivenegroes inoffensivenecroea Inoffensivengro
negroes negroesSAVED necroeaSAVED ngro
0 0SAVED
SAVED THE HORSE HORSEAND EORSEAND MORSEANDKILLED
AND ANDKILLED KILLED THE MAN MANDenver MANDeDver MANDenver
Denver Nov No 2 2WhUe While restating re llrtlac the theefforts tileefforts theefforts
efforts of Officer Oliver Tufts of the theColorado theColorado theColorado
Colorado Humane society to compel compelhim compelhim compelhim
him to stop working a sick and abused abusedhorse abusedhOrMe abusedhorse
horse Charles Chari Helnae a teamster tearn ter em employed employed employed ¬
ployed by the Colorado T PackID ackteg com company compan cornPaul ¬
Paul pan was shot and killed at 530 3O this thisevening tblsevenID thisevening
evenID evening < The officer doing doln the shoot shootIng ahootIn shootIng
Ing In < claims that Heinse drew a revolver revolverfirst revolverftnt revolverfleet
first and wounded him ia the right rightarm rtPta rightarin
arm a when the officer r drew his pistol pistolwith pletolwlt pistolwith
with his left hand V and fired in self selfdefense selfdefense If Ifdefense
defenseThe defenseThe defense defenseThe
The shooting was w done in the out outskirts outIIkJrt outskirts ¬
skirts of the city beyond Argo A o a sub suburb auburb suburb ¬
urb of Denver near where Ilelnae Ilelnaelived lielnMlived Lteinnolived
lived Tufts has been arrested arrestedTOOLS arre arrestedV arrestedTOOLB ted
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TOOLS KBBPS MUM HTJJfButte MUMButte
Butte Moot Nov 2 2A A Helena die dispatch d diepatch ¬
patch says that petitions from all 11 sec sections seetiona ¬
tions of the th state tat are pouring into the thegovernors t tpvernor thegovernors
governors office asklns a kln that thatn an extra extrasession eXtnLon extraseesion
session on of the legislature learl laturf be called to toremedy toreDedT to5atody
remedy the state Of f affairs existing exlstl m mMontana 111Montana inMontana
Montana as a a result re of the suspension of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the Amalp Amalgamated aated mine mt and smelters smeltersGovernor smeltersGovernor eaten eatenGovernor
Governor Toole as yet has made no an announcement nDOaacement allnouncement ¬
nouncement as to his determination in inthe IntIae inthe
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+ g m South State 8tae1BueJDeftt state7Raseinent + ft
+ t 7 Basement city and county build ntlclInc + f ff
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+ llau Ili South Tenth Xfeat JIIiIt1IAnn Z Z12Annex + t tfix
+ fix 1IAnn Annex fourth ward meeting
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+ UPn 13 Pr sbyterian church churchf cburchloIJlUU + V V14Fifth
+ f 14 loIJlUU Fifth ward wa meeting house housef hoae15BurUqton honesIaVurnpgton +
+ f IS Burlington church churchf c churcl +
+ f 11 l 1C2W South Seventh West Wastf West17Sixth t t1781xth
+ f 17 1781xth Sixth ward assembly b ball ballf baiLISNortheut ballisNortheast +
+ f ifrNortheast corner COIDeIJPIftIa JPIfth South SOaatWthIrd Soiit3lnd and andf s srhird
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+ 3VR R K Thomas Thorn barnacle barnacle21Iteaitv e e1Kflltlt +
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+ 25 23115 MS West Second South Southf South4HI
+ f 24 4HI MS West Wt Second South Souths SouthIie +
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4 f 27 Seventeenth entHnth ward meeting house hoU4Z8WO nous nousf > vWurens
+ f S Z8WO Womens ens Relief society hall haila2m + 4f
+ f 9 a2m 2 231 Wall street streetf trtetSBPlymouth I IPlmouth +
+ f m SBPlymouth Plymouth church church31Northeast +
+ 31 31Northeast Northeact corner Fourth West Weatard WestseA +
+ and First North Northf NortIa3ISoutheallt Nortb32Southeast +
+ f 38 3ISoutheallt Southeant corner North Temple Templeand +
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4 + M S4442 442 North Third West +
+ 35 3 19 West Fourth North NorthThlrd North36ThIrd
+ 36 36ThIrd Third door west ell Brooks store store37Eighteenth tor +
+ 37 Eighteenth EI hteenth ward school house housem43
+ W 3843 W East Ea t North Temple Templet V +
4 31TwentIeth Twentieth ward amusement U8eD1fl1t balk baiLFifth f
4 + 40451 Fifth street street4lCi3
+ 41473 Sixth street treet4ro19 + I I42fj9
+ 42 4ro19 739 Second street streetUTanprts street41Taggerta +
+ 43 UTanprts Tagger fa hail e
4 + 44 441114 1114 E Ellllt l First South Southth South4i2 +
+ 4 4i2 S2 SOlllb th Ninth East Bastnth +
4 461 46EvPnth 1 nth ward meeting house an ann anflL +
+ n flL x x42S1 4 447mi
+ 47K7 South Seventh East + 4 44ll13
+ 48 48503 503 East Second South
+ 4 49474 474 East Second South
4 4 50 0071 71 South State flntermountain llntformountalnAutomobll 4 4Automobile
4 Automobile company cnmpanyiIThlrteentb
4 al iIThlrteentb Thirteenth ward meeting m UnA house housewln 4 4wing
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Men in Charge of tjie t e Football lSpecial Special Blamed for the theTerrible theTerrible theTerrible
Terrible Disaster in the th Indianapolis fn ianapqlis Railway RailwayYards RailwayY RailwayYards
Yards Y rds Last Saturday Saturday
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TPNAP0L1S INOTANAPOLIS Iud I Nov i 2Four Four Fourof Fourt
IN1LlNAPOLIS 1 of t the thirtyfour tkIr1 our Injured rec1 lying in inthe inthe I Ithe
the boftptaCfe ae a P remit of the Big BigFour BlIFour BigFour
Four wreck Akfautfa aitdtT a ate aeln eJn D a critical criticalVIBfSt ezitical eziticalseil t1cal t1calt
VIBfSt SSS lk lkMrt t J 0 0MIl
MIl Ol n Js Jllra a nvrtefo isvtH r 1it B BLafayette O lV lVmJler WtW WtWPendIetba
PendIetba mJler G tncl IntL ttfad M L G Sttmll SttdthLafayett4 flit flitLafay
Lafayette Lafay tt Of the others who wer werhurt we wehurt were werehurt
hurt W R Buller of Plttsburg Plttabun Plttabunproba will willprobably willprobably
probably proba ly recover r vtr although h his hl skull Is Isfractured Itfractured hIfractured
fractured The sixteenth body was wasshipped wasshipped wanshipped
shipped away y today toda Official Oftlclaltlrve terveatl Iwvestigatlons terveatlgations tt ttgatlon
gations a JUO > to the th cause eau e of the tb wreck wreckare wreckare reck reckare
are being made madeAfter madeAfter madeAfter
After an official investigation Inve tlgatfoD by the theBig tbtBIa theBig
Big Four officiate into the cause c uee of the thewreck thek thewreck
wreck k Saturday morning General Gene Su
I Washington jington Nov 2Poetn4aater 2Poetn4aaterGeneral 2 Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PO tster tsterGene
General Gene Payne admitted that an In Investigation InveRJgatlon inrestigatlon ¬
vestigation ta being beI made of charges chargesInvolving C ckresInvolving rgee rgeeI
Involving the office o of o Third Asatotant AsatotantPostmaster AalllUtantPoatma ASSIStOJItPostmaster
Postmaster ter General Maddin in connee connection conneeuon conneetIoi ¬
I tion with the speculation of Philatel Philatelists P1IJatelata Philatelate ¬
late in certain valuable specimen post postage potIt1If postage ¬
age stamps II The charges were made madeIn madID
1If In a philatelic organ in April JW 1 but butwere butwere I
were only onl brought io the attention of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the president and postmaster po tmater general generallast generalleat generallast
last Friday when wh n an Investigation Inve tfgatton of ofthe ofthe ofthe
leat the matter was immediately ordered orderedThe ofderdThe oileredrue
The Investigation is still tlll in progress progressMr pfK1888Mr
Mr Maddln today gave out a g state statement gtatemont tatemeat ¬
meat in which he says saysI
I court the fullest and a most search searching searching ¬
ing In investigation It will show the theabsolute thea theabsolute
absolute a lute falsity of such sue h charge There Therehas Thernot Therehas
I has not been during my mIICtIlpls mydsqtpsatien mydsqtpsatiena djulnjs ratlon ratlona attona
a single stamp sold or a single Id proof of oCa ofa ofa
a stamp sold by me to any collector eoieetI collectoror
or to any A7ot other person whatsoeverAny whatsoever whatsoeverAny ever evertatement
Any statement to the contrary eont is isfalse I Ip 15was
I false was0MRaMer falsePostmaster
Postmaster p General Payne said to V
TOO PROSPEROUS PROSPEROUSTO
V TO REMAIN R EMAI N IN JAIL JAILPortland JAilPortlnd JAILPortland
Portland Ore Nov O ov 2 RobertOre RoWrGrwaId RobrtGreuwald n nwald
wald an Inmate of the county Jail who whorecently wl10l1ft8DtlT whorecently
l1ft8DtlT recently fell heir to part of a large largeestate Jpetltate largeestate
estate ia Pennsylvania Pean yIYIU1le of which his hishare hisshare I
hare is I said Id to t be SOTOOO has made madehis 1II madehis de
his escape MC pe from the Jail and amtuo feo trace traceof traceOf I I
of him can be found Greenwald was wasconvicted wuconvicted
convicted of stealing teaJl two cases1 of cart cartridges eartrides cartridges ¬
ridges from a local department sU store storeand N NaDd
and sentenced < to serve six months l Im Imprisonment b1prisoDment haprisonment ¬
prisonment The young man was wamade wamadeJ made madea
J a trusty at the Jail and nd though he h had hadbut badI hadbut
but one more month of his hi sentence to toserve toserve
I serve took advantage advaata of his position positionaa
aa trusty tru and made his escape escapeYELLOW e escapeI 1
I YELLOW FEVER F 1j VER REPORT1ardo REPORT REPORTLaredo
Laredo Tex Nov N 2 Tonights Of Official otft ¬
ficial ft < Ial yellow fever h vf1l bulletin Rho Rhoew hows howsNew
New ew rape 9 deaths d ths none total num number numhl ¬
her hl r of ases to t date 62 0 total deaths to todate todati
date 59 59ondltloD8 1 I IConditions
Conditions at Nuevo Laredo La continue to toImprove toImprove tOmi
Improve ImproveAt mi prove
At Monterey Montr there were no new cases caseson caseson
on Frlda last lastSRI l1 t tSa1
I SRI R Antonio Tex Nov 1 Tpa1giii Tpa1giiiofiiHl Tiian TiianoMi 1 1otldHl
oMi otldHl inl yellow Yf > lInw fever bulletin bull > tln shows hO K Kiiaoii I1CW I1CWdatha eW eWCiLH <
CiLH < iiaoii 2 ieath < e < lIh > none total cascg C8 cnec to date dateJ date1t
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perlntendent Van V Winkle of the com company cernny ¬
pany ny tonight said th tM dew cw In Ine charge chargeef rge rgethe
ef Vth the IteUMU l special lw was s reatkmalhlft reatkmalhlftter r restiot ib1 ib1tta bI bItbe
ter the ihwck eck k because they th y InMsd to toA tot toVl
Vl A V the t required eauuon eauuonritchlii ea eateI cautlolitehing
ritchlii teI tehing crews creWSV creWSin s V in the yards yardsright yardae yrdskt
e right kt of Way q aDd aadThe andr4Iredha
r4Iredha Ia fse s sThe npeellh npeellhThe
The c Hslon lon was between bet a 5Ilalpu special speeis1passenger specialpassengttr
passenger pu train and a switch at tch engmewith engine enginewith
with coal cars carsMr carstr V
Mr tr Van Winkle said the engineer engineerI
W H Schumacher of the special ra rato IJto 1 1to
to blame because he did not have his histrain histrain histrain
train under QOatrol Inside I the city citylimits cit citlimits citylimits
limits limitsThere limitsThere limitsThere
There have been no more deaths to today to toI toI ¬
I day The injured are in about the thesame thearDe thesame
same condition V
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t i Of course you ou are interested intere te l in the election and will want to toknow toknow t
know tonight t nigh just what line happened hap ed and how it happened In Inorder Inorder T Torder +
± order that all of its it friends may v know the theresult result re ult at the earliest poasf poasfble po86 possi1tle t
ble moment mOlaaeD The Herald h has g arranged to throw the returns with a astereopticon astereopticon +
stereopticon onR on a screen t in in front of The Herald office o this evening Meningt t tWhen
t t I When there are no returns returzlsVto to bulletin there will i1l be views vie illustrating 1 1plUUIeS 4 4phases
t phases of the campaini here and elsewhere where in the nation Whether Wlietherit
t 4 it is Morris or Knox who is elected The Herald will HI have the tJ returns returnsbefore retUJJ18f returnsbefore +
f + before any anyone one else and they will be straight So come and hare UtyC the thereturns thereturns t treturns
returns on us V VCHARGES 4 4CHARGES
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CHARGES MADE NEARLY TWO YEARS YEARSARE YEARSARE YEARSV YEARSARE
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ARE NOW BEING INVESTIGATED
dajr that loa while Ioe Ioenie the charges made ia iathe iiithe
the philatelic organ were not directed directedagainst directedagal directedaga1net
against agal V Mr Maddln the allegations allegationshave aJleptlonahe allegationshave
have involved his office officeIt otIIceIt officeIt
It was waastated stated today by a member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cabinet that for years It has been beenj bflenthe beenthe
j the custom for those having the con coni contraet contract
i tract for printing the stamps to fur furnlah
fish to the third utant assistant postmaster postmastergeneral P postmastergeneral
general what are known as proof sets 8etsContrary
i Contrary to the general Impression Impressionthese
these t1 e proofs are printed on cardboard cardboardand cardboaMaad cardboardand
and are of no commercial value being beingImply beinglimply beingsimply
Imply specimens II In this Instance the thej thecontractor
I j contractor was the government print printing prlntIng printlug
ing office and it is stated on the high highest hlghe ¬
V est e t authority that fewer sets were werecalled wereea1Je6 wereV
V called for than ever before General GeneralBrisiow GeneralBrl GeneralV
V Bestow Brl kw under instructions In from the thepostmaster theJHNItmuter thepostmaster
postmaster general p eral ha u the matter in inhand lithand inhand
hand but the statement was made by bythe byI
I the member of the cabinet referred to tothat toI tothat
that the custom Of permitting persons jperamslit jenJOlet
I lit have proof sets was a a longestab longestablished Iotaoltehed ¬
hiked one I
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RIGHTS OF SETTLERS SETTLERSIN
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Special to The e Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Nov 2 Arguments will wittbe willbe
be heard m the United States supreme supremecourt supremethis
court this week in the cases of the theToltec theToltec
Toltec Land company vs George Colt Coltaad ColtalMl Coltand
and William Babcock in error from fromthe homU fromthe
the U supreme preuae court of Utah The cases casesInvolve elIDvolYe casesinvolve
Involve the question of rights of set settlers settler t tUenI ¬
tlers tler within the land grant of the Cen Central CefttTaI Centest ¬
test Pacific Pacl railroad ra road where settlements settlementswere settlementswere
were ese made prior to the occupancy of ofthe
the railroad of lands so included includedANOTHER IeludedANOTAER IncludedV
0 0ANOTHER
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ANOTHER SANTA FE FETRAIN FETRAIN FEV FETRAININTHE
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TRAIN TRAININTHE INTHE IN THE DITCH DITCHLa
La Jtinta Cob co > Nov v 2 2Santa Santa Fe Fepassenger Fepanei1 Fepassenger
passenger er train No No6 6 eastbound eastboundwhich eastboundwhich
which was aft wrecked by unknown per persons persona perions ¬
sons at Apishapa creek cr ek last Friday Fridaymet Frtdaymet Fridaymet
met with disaster dl a ter again today at atThatcher atThatcher
Thatcher el where the engine left le the thetrack t thetrack e etrack
track and turned over on its aide kill killing killI ¬
j I ing In Fireman W H Walker of La LaJunta LaJunta LaJunta
Junta Colo Cob No passengers were werehurt wereburt wereI
I hurt The accident is attributed attrlbut to tospreading
I spreading of the th rails railsi V
I i Walker was a son of the t hf engineer engineerwho enRlne4rwho engineerwho
who wa2 wa probably fatally fatall Injured in inthe intheftCkatIa inthe
the theftCkatIa wreck at lahapa
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PANTRY PANTRYGIRL PANTRYGIRLWEALTHYWOMAN GIRL GIRLWEALTHY GIRLWEAL
WEALTHY WEAL WEALTHYWOMAN THY WOMAN WOMANMiss
4 4Miss t
Miss Janata Jcn Robinson il Was WasWorking WasWorJdnf WisWorking
Working For 15 a Moth MothDEATH MINtRt MothDEATH
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HAT hAD MOST HT 3A3TE AND A3TDTHOTTSAJIDfi AXDTHOUSAJI ANDTIIOUSAND6
THOTTSAJIDfi AT rKTBBKBT rKTBBKBTor DfTB1m1ITTHE flTSTTRE
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TRE or rof C of money and property propertytine propertpamAn propertyI
THE I amAn tine to nearly 10000 10000w ye yeworking et etworkhg
working w out for 15 1 per month and andhoard a aboard audboard
board This was the case of Mrs Jen Jenme JEnlie Jertnb
me nb Robiaeon Ro aged 66 I 5 who for the last lasteven lastseven H t t8fYIl
even yean has been employed > d as aspantry aspantr aspantry
pantry gUV g at the Miller hotel botlln in inthis inthis
this my myMr collyI < 4Mrs
Mr I toG died last Friday eight eightof DightOf nfghtof I
of appendicitis a ailpendI itls and upon examining exmln ng her hereffect hereaecr hereffects
effect effects shortly sh rtty afterward after wanl her employers employerswere employerswere I
were dumfounded to discover that she shewas shewag b bVa
was Va a comparatively compIa b wealthy woman womanMost womanl4os
Most ot her money was wasloaned loaned out at atinterest atIn
In intert interest t but Mrs Robinson bllHlOD bad 1500 lsoon I
n dePosit P at the Zfons ZJo Savings Bank BanfcTrust BankTrmot
Trust company COIDII m this Ual city The Th es estate estate ¬
tate will probejty pro be divided between betweenMrs beteelMra betweeaMrs
Mrs Adam Dunoan Dhensonof of this city and andMiss andMt
Miss Mt Settle J Robto of Ogden two sisters ulstersof
of the deceased and the only knowa knowarelatives kno3reIaU knowarelatives
relatives reIaU alive aliveXewt aliveXept
Xewt t Her Wealth Secret SecretThe SeegetThe
The fact that thatMno Mrs Robm R ItobfnsO blDMIL oa was wa the theaosscfwor theplaneteot
aosscfwor of so much money was a un unknown unI usknown ¬
known 1uieDto to any one o but her sister Mrs MrsDuncan IInrDuncan MrsDuncan
Duncan and even en she did not realize realtaethat real realizethat i
that the amount 1t was as so 6 large Walter WalterPrice WalterPrIce WalterPrice
Price proprietor of the Muter hotel hotelwhenethe botelWMre hotelwhere4he
whenethe WMre ttbe woman was employed prior priorto prior1q priorto
to her death was probably lito more scr scrprised wrPtta srprI <
prised prI than any one at the discovery of ofthe ofu ofthe
the oinDS possesiuionsi eIoMt eIoMtShe
womans possessions possessionsShe pcHIR V V5lit
She has worked ked here off It and on for foreven torev forseven
even ev n years I1Jtd held Mr Price yesterday yesterdayand yetrterdyaDd
and until the night she died we did not noteven DOteftII noteven
even know her full name Every one onecafed ODeeafed onecaetI
cafed caetI her Jennie but her last lastwu name namewa namewas
wa wu unknown unknownWe Ql unknownS
S We did not suppose u poee that the woman womanhad womaDJaael womanhad
had a aeeat cent ta the world She was al always alwan always ¬
1 ways very frugal and saving but as she shewas shewas shewaa
was only earning US lt per month besides besidesher beaIdeaher besidesher
her room and board we never once sus susI susPfeted sunposted
I posted that t she sb had money in the bank
She was w reticent about her af affairs atfain affairs ¬
fairs and nothing aothl was w known of her herpast herpast herpant
past pastMrs Mrs n Adam Duncan a sister of the thedeceased thedecea thedeceased
deceased ed when seen yesterday after afternoon afternoon at tsr tsrnoon ¬
noon told something ome of the past t ttory his history history ¬
tory and peculiarities of the woman womanHer WO womanHer aalL aalLHer
Her Losband was drowned about aboutthirty abo1lttll aboutthfrty
thirty tll years ago in the Weber W river rivernear rl rlnear rIvernear
near Ogden She was left with two twosmall tW tWsmaU twosmall
small chjldreif e Udrelf to provide for both of ofwhom ofwhites
whom hfnVe since nce died The Ta death of ofher ofher ofher I
her husband and children was a shock shockfrom shockfront I
from fro which she never fully recovered recoveredSince recoveredS1ne i
Since that time she baa sought seclu seclusioir seem I isloir
sioir 1doIrd sad d has associated ae with nc one but buther buther buther
her relatives and not a great deal dealwith dealwlt dealwithug
with withug us 1M
usSaved
Saved Her Earnings BarningsMrs
Mrs K Robinson baa worked out since sinceher Bineeher sinceher
her hwlNmd iii died and saved her earn earnings earnJap earnV ¬
V ings tffctea amUtton Ition was to accnmu accnmuherdaring accumue arenmuge
e V herdaring herdaringer r rbayeu
er ora age ge get aewnr rnse of late WJB WJBhcve
t hcve bayeu urged her to give up upbr her position positionM U
I d M 1 ahe was w in poor health but she al always aII a aI ¬
I ways said 4 Walt a while wlai longer She Shewas Shewan
was 1C 6 years old when she sb died diedMrs diedX diedMrs
I Mrs X Robinson was 1 taken ill Friday Fridaynight FrldyI Fridaynight
I night Dr Bower was called in to at attend atttend attend ¬
tend her but she he died within a few fewhours fewI fewbourn
I hours The cause e of death is said to tobe tobe tobe
be appendicitis Proprietor Price of the theMWler theMiller theMiller
Miller paid the funeral expenses and andhad andbIL4 andhad
had the body shipped to Ogden for In Interment Innnent IntermenL ¬
terment The funeral was held last hutSunday lastI lastSunday
Sunday Sundayi SuySunday SundaySunday
i Sunday morning mornln while going gol through throughI throughher
I I her effect Mr Price Pricedlllcovered discovered a bank bankbook bankeD bankbook
book on Zlons Savings bank showing showingan
I an account of 6 1500 From her attorney attorneyIt
i it was learned that t Mrs X Robinson had hadbetween haelI hadbetween
between 7 7000 and 8000 loaned out outThis outThis outThis
I This money was handled ha Ddlecl by Attorney AttorneyAdam Attor AttorneyAdam ey eyAdam
Adam Duncan a nephew phew of the de deceased deceued deceased ¬
ceased The first timeMrs time Mrs Robinson Robinsontold RobilUJOnt0l4 Robinsontold
told her full name was w on her deathbed deathbedFriday deethbe4Prietay deathbedFriday
Friday night Jll < ht when hen she be was questioned questionedby
by Dr Bower BowerEVANS Bowrs
0 s eo C CEVANSAND a aEVANSAND
EVANS EVANSAND AND HAMMOND HAMMONDTO
t
TO VISIT GOLD MINES MINESSpecial MIHESS MINESSpecial
Special S lal to The Herald HeraldBoston HeraldBo HeraldBoston
Boston Bo ton Mass Ma Nov No 2 tRobert Robert D DEvans DEvan IiEvans
Evans president of the United States StatesMining SttefIllnnlng StatesMining
Mining company has left Boston to toJoin tojolD tojoin
Join John Hays Hammond and party partyto partto
to visit the Orovllle and Yuba gold dis districts diIftrlct di ditricts ¬
tricts In which hlen they are Jointly Inter Interested IDterested interested ¬
ested Mr Evans sold Mr Hammond Hammondan HammODdIan
an interest in these properties over overyear a ayear ayear
Ian year ago < 0 part consideration of the sale
being be thju Mr Hammond would at his hisconvenience hisconvenience
convenience ce make an examination of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States 8tat Mining properties aft after ft ftor ¬
er fcwtpecttng pectlnl the California properties propertiesMr
Mr Evans and Mr Hammond will visit visitthe vlaltthe visitthe l
the United States Mining properties propertiesNARROW propertiesNARROW propertiesC propertiesNARROW
C
NARROW ESCAPE FROM FROMAWFUL FROMrAWFUL FROMV
V rAWFUL AWFUL AWFULCATASTROPHE AWFULCATASTROPHENew CATASTROPHE CAT ASTROPHE ASTROPHENew
4 + New York Nov 2 2A A great fa fataU17 fatalky + f ff
+ f talky vas narrowly averted to to today o oday 4 +
4 day when an engine Jumped Jum the thetrack thetrack 4 4I
I + f track on the approach to the Sec Second Seeond 4 4f
+ f ond avcnM a bridge over the liar Harem lIarem 4 +
4 + tern em river rlerlHI riv and crashed into the thecrowded thecrowded 4 +
+ crowded rear car of an elevated elevatedtra 4 + I ItraJp
+ train tra derailing it and all but butpualdng + II
+ pusKIng it from the bridge bri ce to the tbeMUace thesurface +
+ surface fifty feet below Among Amo Amongtbe + I Ithe
+ the 40 4 passemgers re on the train4 ttalo ttalothere traiu9there
4 there was w a slight ht panic Several SeveralWOeD Severalwoen 4
+ women fainted and all the other otberpallilenaen otherpa +
4 passengers pa eiigers made a wild rush for fortbe forthe +
+ the doors of the cars but cool coolwork I Iwork +
+ work by the wards Is prevented any anyInjury anyInjury +
+ injury to passengers in the rush rushKILLED rusbe rusbKILLED rushKILLED +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
e
KILLED TWO BROTHERS BROTHERSPannsylTaaia BROTHERSF8I1JU5J1lTal BROTHERSPennaialt
PannsylTaaia a Them hxVi Worked Into a aPottsvUle apotbnm aemzy
emzy emzyPottwdille
PottsvUle > P PS Nov N4 t 2Worked Worked Into a afrenzy afrenz afrens
frenzy frenz as a r result ult of an alternation alttra lon with withone wihone ih ihvne
one of his brother Benjamin FranklIn KrankttnWeiasenger JornnkUnWeiSlSenEr FranklInWetmefl5er
Weiasenger living Ihln on a farm never several 1Iferalmila severalstiles a I Imiles
miles from this city C1t this afternoon shot shotand shotand shotand
and killed kll1 hi his two brothers > rll T Louis ui anJ anJFrederick an anFrederick an5iFrederick
Frederick attempted attenap to kill his sister sisterMary sisterXary sisterMary
Mary and a siater NSt caterlr1aw rrlaw mlaw wife of irtu irtucrick to torlck rtucrick
crick and held a large posse > Me of policemen policemenat n nt
at lay for nine nl hotr 110 before to e he h was wa cap captured C captured oLp oLptured < ¬
tured The tragedy occurred on the farm farmof farmof farmof
of the father of the men m n Veisslnger te tebelieved hibeUeyed Iabelieved
believed to b be insane I ant antEUAJt
0
+ + + + + + 4 4h + + + + + + + + + + +
h 4 4BA3TK7AXB
+ BA3TK7AXB EUAJt Dr PJIltSIA PJIltSIALondon PgRSIALondon +
+
4 + London Nov No t IA A dispatch to tothe tothe + t
4 + the Daily Mail from Simla says saystrrlble naysterrible + f
+ terrible earthquakes have occurred oturrt > d dat 4 4at
4 + at Turshex near Burbat1Haldari BurbatIHaldarlJa + f
+ ia Persia in whioh 3 30 > o j JlPItons JlPItonswere > ersons 4 4were
+ were killed and numbers were in injured 4 4lured
+ jured One hundred and eighty elghtytOllr 4 4four
+ four carpet factories were de dE dE8troyed 4 4stroyed
+ stroyed and only thirtytwo stalls 8t1lswrelert stallswere +
4 + were wrelert left standing in the > great greatbazaAr TeRt TeRtbazaar +
4 bazaar The entire town va3 wa3prtlcally wa wapructiesily +
+ practically demolished dt > V 4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
ELECTION ESTIMATES ESTIMATESAT
AT CLOSE OF CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNIndications CAMPAIGNIndlcatiolls WVMPAIGNV
V
VV 4 4Indications
S
V
Indications Point to a Victory For George rge B Mc MeClellan McClellan McCteUan
Clellan in Greater New Ydrk Ydrke VmrkDCiiI YxkDeocra6
I
DCiiI iii iy e the LBgislrttra Logis UIrl In Ohio iftd I Relegate Mark MarkMM Marktatha MarkV
V V PaiththeRur MM te tatha ths Rear V
Ki JZW TOHJC BtDT 3 i W Wlb every Jf In ladfcatkn InIt
N It I dfcatkn dktkmoC eI f 4 a close struggle Ir tomor tomorrow tomorIOw tanorV I
V row the eve ve e of the battle ttle ttnds ttndsth ftndst
I
t th ho leaders of fusion D and Tammany Tammanyloud Tainmanyloud Tsinnrnnyloud
loud In their predictions of overwhelm overwhelming overwb Jm ¬ i iin
ing in triumph trium So confident is Charles CharlesF I
F Murphy urphy in IDhls his estimate of 100000 100000plurality j jplurality I Iplurality
plurality for McClellan based on the thereports t tre thereports
reports re ort8 of Ms III district d1 trlet1ea4erB leaders that to tonight to tonight ¬ I Inight
night he published ed orders to go ahead aheadwith aheadwith I Iwith
with the preparations for a rousing < eel celebration eelebratioD eelebratloD ¬
ebration of the victory victoryThe victoryThe
The estimate of John J Detaney De Mc McClellans MeCel1an McCeilann t
Clellans > personal campaign manager managerplaces mapaprplaces managerplaces
places the plurality at t 8MOO being be 73
000 in Manhattan and the Bronx 6000in 6000 f OOOin
in Brooklyn 6500 5OO in Queens and 1800 1800in 1500in
in Richmond RichmondBrooklyn RlChmoDdBJOOklyn RichmondBrooklyn
Brooklyn Will Decide DecideWhile DeefdLWhile DecideWhile
While abating abatt nothing ra tn confidence confidencethe cophidelictthe OtlftdllCtt OtlftdllCtttbe
the fualonist leaders < claim no D wore worethan uethan surethan
than 20009 plurality for fcavr although althoughIt
It is said that their closest estimates estimatespoint atImatfspoint stImatenpoint
point to a majority of abouttetf a1M > utbaIf thai thaifigure lbaft1IlP thahigure
figure The fusionists pin their faith faithin faithla faIthin
in victory on their afrMlty a nty to carry carryBrooklyn carryBrooklyn carryBrooklyn
Brooklyn by at least 26000 WI which IU with withestimated witbttmat withestimated
estimated ttmat pluralities plut of 3000 In the theBronx tbfBronx theBronx
Bronx and 2000 eoo in Richmond = and a adrawn adran adrawn
drawn battle in Queen suAce auce to tohandsomely toband tohandsomely
handsomely band offset the conceded plural plurality plralIty pigralit ¬
ity it of 12000 12O for McClellan in Manhat Manhattan t ttan ¬
tan tanNot Not to lag behind the other combatr combatrants combat combstants V I IaDt
ants In confidence William S Devery Deveryannounces Deverynounces Deveryannounces
announces that he expects to pot not DOtleu notlees
1 less than 46 per cent of oftbe the total regis registered regIaI registoted ¬
toted vote Devery was w elated tonight tonightwhen tOl1lbtwheD tonightwhen
I when Police Commissioner Greene con consented conI eonmated ¬
Belated to have his returned telephoned telephonedto
I to headquarters with those of Low and andMcClellan andMcClellan andMcClellan
McClellan Instead of being sent in by
messenger nger with those of the rest of the thefield theflsid
field Considerable Con derable interest attaches attachesto
to the th else of the vote that Devery DeYerywUl DeYerywUlntrol will willcontrol willeontro
control ntrol and it may have a serious in influence IDft1ltDCe influence ¬
fluence on the results resultsThe resultThe resultSThe
The Usual Report ReportThe ReportT ReporLThe
The T e usual reports on colonization colonizationon
on a large scale are still industriously industriouslycirculated IndustrloulyclrcuJated industriouslycirculated
circulated and the campaign of State StateSuperintendent StateSupenntendent StateSuperintendent
Superintendent Morgan to check illegal illegalvoting mearalvotlr illegalvotlrg
voting < which was concluded con ded today by bythe bytile bythe
the summoning of several hundred wit witnesses wftJMtI8e witflosses ¬
nesses to headquarters to testify to tohundred tohgndre4a
hundred h of cases of illegal registration registrationhas
has been the most complete inquisition inquisitionundertaken I Iundertaken
undertaken m the history of the city cityNo 1 1No IIto
No lest l than 3000 suspicious cases have havebeen havebeen havebcen
been InHsUlgated I ted out of a total regis registration ¬ J
tratlon of Ctt8M and aDdtt ft ta probable that thatmany thatmaN
many arrests will be made tomorrow tomorrowwhen
when w every ery polling place win be under undertip underl
t tip close scrutiny nnlny of the superinten superintenae superjntenwiUe
ae aii r 1 Af iiWisi a wJU wiUe ae the as assistance as asV ¬ 1
V sistance 0 sf the strongest tn force of oftcbErs ofwatchers
1 watchers tcbErs ever placed at the tkep pollsvor pollsvorgantaed polls or organlaed
gantaed by the Citizens Union 1nl n With Withthese W Withthem Itb Itbt
these t precautions Pl utloPJI it ta predicted that il illegal 11le Iilegal ¬
legal < voting will 111 be reduced red ced to a mini minimum 1DIftfI ¬ <
I I mum Tammany made its final ft prep preparations prepiratlone preparatious ¬
iratlone arations for the struggle etru le tonight by the thedistribution theelllJtrtbution theI
I distribution of sinews of war ar to the theamount theamount theamount
amount of between lUG 160008 and 9300000 9300000to oot ootto
to the district leaders for election ex expenses expe cxprunes ¬
prunes pe
U An Act of God GodAn GodTAn tJ tJAn
An An interesting minor mtDor feature of the thesituation tbetIoD thesituation
situation tIoD was the t tb declaration deelar Uon today by byDeputy byDeputy byDeputy
Deputy Attorney General T C Cc C Grain Grainthat CrainI
I V that the destruction of the Jiofises 0PfIII of
500 voters in the fire at t Coney Island Islandyesterday JalaDdYEIIterda Islandyesterday
yesterday being an act of ofGocl God could couldnot ouldnot couldnot
not be used as a pretext for depriving deprivingthem dePrivingthem deprivingthem
them of the right rlghtlo ip Lo vote votej voteTbe voteThe
j The polls will m open o ren tomorrow at S a am a aJD ain
m and close e at 5 p m mThe mThe mThe
The indications Indl < tlo are for fine weather weatheri weath I Ia
i a heavy Ilea vy vote ote and a close finish finishJohn tlDillbJobn ilnishJshn
John R R McLean of Cincinnati Clnctnn U through througnacommissioner throgpInner througha
commissioner a Inner sent to fWW 119to to bet at atW atto atI
W I to s on McCleHan McCleHanXXTKEMJt McClellanmm
McCleliaDVIJnIIrIL
XXTKEMJt VTBWflb VTBWflbTttrures
J JMcar I Iflgros
Tttrures From Ohio Are AreaDds Many Theus Theusends Th s sands
ands Apart ApartColumbus ApartColumbus ApartColumbus
Columbus 0 Nov No 2On OD the ueve eve of ofthe orthe ofthe
the election the estimates tf f toe two twoparties twoIrtlM tw twdrtien
parties continue to represent the two twoextremes toextremes twoextremeS
extremes The Democrats give no DOlUres fig figures g gflees ¬
flees on the state ticket and claim c1aI m only onlya
lUres a Bare re majority in the legislature legislaturerhilc iegt31aturtwhile
while the Republicans claim a larger largerplurality largerpluralit largerpluralitY
t than thanever thanI thanever
plurality with lth a einglc exception
ever before on the state ticket and andalmost a anllBOlt apdalmost
I almost twice twi < e as large a majority ty to
the legislature legt as ever er neioreIt
It will be bedlfBeult difficult to ascertain the re result Fesuit ¬
from in incomplete Inomplet incomplete ¬
suit ult in Ohio tomorrow night reel
complete or early returns R BS Under the thenew tb tbIeW theimw
new municipal code enacted by the last lastlegislature lastlegislature
wards ard8 and precincts in inwere 111an iiiall
legislature iq ature the
an placeS of 5800G JopalaUon aDd over overwere I
that th thvote thvote
were ere changed this year so
vote tomorrow night cannot be eoom eoompared eompared om ompared
pared with that of any previous prevlollSstate prevlollSstateelection state stateelection stateelection
n such returns a acome as ascome
election except upon np
come from tha th rural districts and andtowns andof fll flltowns
towns of less than 5000 OOI population Of Ofthe orthe Ofthe
the 4157545 population POP ulatlon in Ohio 1811 1111tU 1S1IV 1S1Ifl3 V
in he municipalities that were wereteorganised wertreorganized
713 are the e 1
reorganized this year under the new newcode DeWcole newcode
code and t34 224S24 K24 are outside of ottbe these theseplaces theseplaces epla
pla places Very few of these V Vprecincts outside outsideprecincts OUt 1d I Ipreflncts
precincts have ever > r been heard from fromuntil trom1IDUI fromuntil
until the tb day after the election electionKore el electionero ctlonore
Kore ore Vo VqtlAs ba Places PlacesThere PlacuTbere PlscazThere
There were 3318 aaia voting places in inOhio InOhio InOhio
Ohio last November but this umber Bumberhas numberhas I
has been largely increased by b the re redtstricting tedlstrictlDg yedistricting
districting under the new ne code Th Thvote Thvote I IGte
vote will ill be compared with th that of oflast orlat oflast
last year when the Republicanscarried Republicanscarriedthe
the state ate JMT h Y over oo 90000 110 plurality At Atthat AtI I Itht
of Cincin Cincinnati Clnclnnat CIneinnati ¬
that I time Rev Dr Bigelow
nati recognised as the representative representativeof
of the Johnson element in his party partywas partywas
was 0 defeated by Secretary of State StateLouis StateIfMd StartLenin
Louis C LayMn The Republican plu plurality pluI plureilLy ¬
rality then wa W8 greater than at any anyother aD aDClt anyother
other Clt her time ia the history of the state stateuith statett tateIth
I uith tt Ith the wpption fptlon of three yearn yea when whenthe wbenthe whenthe
normal aorrnatThe aormalThe normalThe
the conditions were ere not all
Johnson Johnsonhimself 3bnsonhimself Jshnoahimself
The Republicans n claim that
himself will wi 1lI II l lH > defeated for forby nvernoi nvernoiby erDol erDolby
by a larger plurality than Wi us Ig rep representativt repres representative
alV1 l liey t t have haveeven hanen haveeven
resentativt res ntatln > last la t yeir Oar an
even en gone gun xu u fur ll a is i ay dY lY that t t any anything aDJthlDg anything ¬
thing 1 lean than a plurality of 100 100under lofII lofIIunder 1OOOunder >
conditions would not bo boconsidered b bconaldettd bconsIdered
under existing exi ing
considered a Republican victory vict ry Or Onal Oran Orall
al of these th ge calculations Republican Republicanhave Hepublican1have <
have been expecting the total vote to tobf tobco tobe
bf not less than t ha n MOWx MOWxIt 9COsIit 1I 1IIt
It has b hti > fU n rrurn rain1z all lv t totlav todvmost > Jay in inmost j jm01t
most of the state and a rd J tair Iai raifor i prvrti prvrtifor prdifor >
for Ohio again tomorrow The TheRepub TheRepublicans Repub Republicans Republicans ¬
licans have expected gains ga nl from the thurural therural theiurai
rural district an and < 5 the inclement inclementweather InclemEntw inclementweather
weather w ather may make the t 1 rural vote light lightSome lightSome lightSome
Some Estimates EstimatesWith EstimatesWith Estimatesith
With ith indicaUons In katlors for rain throughout throughoutOhio throughoutOhio thioughoutOhio
Ohio for luiiurrov t llWlTO tiio tiial t t I nte te may maybe n11 n11be V Vbe
be much mu < h leas than 900000 on which bkh th thRepublicans thRepubllcans the theRepublicans >
Republicans Have Ha been n estimating then thenplurality tbeitplurality theitplurality
plurality at nearly nEarl 100000 for governor Kovernoruid governorld ofnorIud
Iud other state tlte officers with from fromforty fromhllt fronifity
forty hllt to fifty majority in th the legisla legislature It legislaturk I Ia IatUft ¬
tUft on joint ballot for r Unite lnltd < d Statcd StatcdThe tato tatoThlil tatiTho
The DnuouCi Iauocats aJa ia aive ivw fio O fig fi
V
V
yx yxuree 4 t ttires
tires u en the stslist tkt and anddoubtful < n t i r rdoubtful rdoubtful
doubtful counties in their r fav favmate fn a v istl istlmate est I Imate
mate a Democratic plurality o oJoint ojoint I l loiDt
Joint oiDt ballot One statement frti frtiocratic DfI1 DfI1ocratic Dciiocratic
ocratic headquarters says a s thar tharislature r to k kilat1lre hg hgInlature
islature might ml h stand stanllevintyt seventytu seventytuocrats seventyticocista I Dnl Dnlocrats
ocrats to seven stnttfO tytw Republici Republicipublicans I Ipublicans Ih Ihpublicans
publicans are offering h bets is on onas ortas ht htU
as 75000 plurality and live m ii < i iJoint < I it Ity Ityjoint Il Iljoint
Joint ballot h lIot and that the th maji majiJoint lYlaJ It ity ityjoint 1 1joIDt
Joint ballot in the legislature legislatureexceed o oexceed t texceecl
exceed that of tw two < > yeais as asthe a wh whtbe whthe
the Republicans carried eLl rrlfd sevrri sevrriocratic SPYI Dpli Deiocratic 1 1ooratlc
ocratic districts an anl l counties countiesthe cunticsthe ountif hld hldthe
the unusual plurnlity of irv irvJoint I iri IV kVf > vl vljoint i ijoint
Joint ballot in reelectIng r > Ictlng Serj Serjaker cra crashot rj r Fir Firalwr
shot V VDoubtful
alwrDoubtful
Doubtful Counties CountiesWhile CountiesWbI CountiesWhi1e
While WbI there a aq i several severalcounties uhtht uhtfiitountiee
counties ief the m Jt itss < > st linpnrtan linpnrtanthat IrHPOn l111 < II IIthat i ithat
that list is fuyahoga the th i iHanna 1HaD1I ic icHanna
Hanna and Clark Iurk and of iv ivJohnson H k kJD8011 V VJohnson
Johnson the th candidate f fand rand > l1il l1ilovenor
and gt governor vernor > It the thecarry I > lkan j1fl5 j1fl5carry 1 1all
carry < that ouiuy OUlllO with Ith its it f fators I Iators iatorsand
atorsand ators and ten Mrr nplnt fentativvs fentativvsundoubtedly nttivv tin Y y s sundoubtedly i iundoubtedly
undoubtedly hnv hnvwas hR > e lar iargc V tjOln tjOlnon 4jIrlon
on joint b ballot 11 cI I legl Lo thh thheer th4 th4was
was ever known knowncounty hUI tttlt t a th thcounty 11 < I Iceunty
county the Kepuhlict Kepuhlictwill HEpu el Iim 111 11 11 11will thwill
will have the e ftt natvtwe natvtweeleven nev > vo voE s V Veleven
eleven E and the th > h house < use sevei seveithirtyseven sevezP 1 ntl ntltJatrtyeevn Or i V Vthirtyseven
thirtyseven with a maJorityV maJorityVmate lDajorlt I tlrt tlrtet frty frtyeight
et eight on joint bI1lOt lrut In inmate s smate
mate they include Franklin Franklindoubtful a s ctt cttdoubtful stl stldoubtful
doubtful counties nuntie in the H Klist Hlist ltl ltlUt
list By Including Cuyahoga a adoubtful I t tdonbtful cdoubtful
doubtful counties in their list listocrats 1I listocrats t Dt Dtoerat
ocrats claim that they they would wouldsenate v tl tlsenate tltr tltrsenate
senate seventeen to sixteen sixteenhouse sixefr Ixo r ii I I thk thkhouse h hbou
house e fiftyseen to flftyth flftythmajority fttt I h Wti i 11 a amajorlb amaJority
majority of five on joint bti btive btTbIer b 1 V VTimed
Timed have ve baa bees less eeg arrosin s rr rros > t or r t S
regftstration thattMieretofore < rl i d I tis I l > V Vin
is every indication that th < l + II tiwill IIwill iiwill
will be quiet aid not as t lX tin tinusuaL tinuaual I I r rusuaL
usuaL usuaLMJuyiand
uaualA LkLLOT LkLLOTMaryland V
A UITI4TxAx LOT LOTIaryiaJuI
Maryland Will qf y tile Secret System Systemof
of vm V0lisT Today TodayBaltimore TodayBaltimore
Baltimore Ifd d Nov 2 Cbairrin CbairrinMurray Cbairl hajri l n i iMurray
Murray Vac Dhrer of the D INmocra INmocracentral Lornocrastate raocra raocrastate
state central committee coQUl ttee and I hairrr hai rrr L I IJebn iJohn
John B Hanna o c1f the Republican Republicanmittee Republ Repub1anmittee Rn 01
mittee have issued lengthy a aIdre8 > l ires irestheir V VV Vtheli V
their respective parties partl in which hilh hilhIItIOng v vstrong S Sstrong
strong appeal is made to support su prrt tl th t I Iparty o oi
i party nominees nomineesAt
At tomorrows election the th rolls ol oIls will willbe a abeopenatSam i It Itbe
be beopenatSam open at S a a m and close a 1 5 a 5the ji n nthe
the Australian secret CItt system I stim I votic voticbeing YIt v t il ilbeing I Ibeing
being in force Both parties partiesafufl I ntKipat ntKipatafuH t tafuI
afuH vote and an andaa a or ort orderly > lerlv rlv ul V ltl j jelection w welection Ij Ijel
election electionMarshal el electionMarshalFarahefltbop1 tlOII tlOIIl1IbaIFa
Marshal MarshalFarahefltbop1 l1IbaIFa FaraHapof If thei iI i drpament drpa dfIMment dyament
ment announced today the t me P w vh vhpolice h hpOllce hpolice
police force will wmlie he on duty dutyl ai 1 L the polls pollstomorrow I i itomorrow D DtoInOrrow
tomorrow tomorrowThte toInOrrowr tomorrowThis
r This morning e baBots v P pin pinin pl plliD VS VSIn > <
liD in the hands oiitfee t police aartmei aartmeiaad > iartmeiand artmpLand
and will be dtabttoted dIruted ed ton tont tong t tThough tThough
t
Though the eOM of the ito itopalgn It i to > c t
lpep I palgn was wa anjspnMed a on Satuniny Satuninynight SaJIJ SaJIJIlJ1 atu11Illight
night the two 0 candidates eall f r govern governdid gOprndid govorrdid
did not relax their tb active lors 1 1 or rs < un unlate unlate UflVV UflVVlate
late tonight JCdwln dWin Warneld Wal1fldDemocratic i ii IDemocratic
i Democratic nomtaee 10111tDee spent He 1 he e nt ntday n nday V VV
V day in Howard e eGiaaty tmry his h m o < > IU IUI u uIty uty
Ity I tJ traveling in a vehicle fm f V III S n nanother 1 1anotber ianother
another rural settlement a I mik mikbrief lYlakIbrief rnIkiV rnIkiVbrief
brief addresses addr to his farmer eijrhb eijrhbStevenson eiJlhhSteveD80n cighIsStevenson
Stevenson A A Wiaiaaas the > t pubi pubij pu I icandidate I Icanelldate
j candidate reached Baltic r rICrisfield f I V VCrisfleld
ICrisfield Ilrtafleld tonight He HOV HOVwill will c ifpr ler fer ferhis v vhis 1 1111s
his party leaders and rest u il i I Irow toiv toivrow t r rrow
111s
row morning when bell be will TO TOhla ruhJa r I Ihis >
his home in Hartford ord counl V t tBoth tll tllBoth <
Both sides annonttced a that thfy thr i ii iienouh < i ij
j enough money moneytor JSor r practical tlcal purpos purposAH purprI purprXLORADO V
I
CLOBJI XLORADO XLORADOLfl DO DOA11
AH Three fmx r PazUN m Were Makiu MakiuClaiaw 111 Making Makingclalas a kin g gcw
Claiaw I last fight fightDenver Nightnver WightDenver
Denver nver Cole Jfor 2 2Tho Th > chTinner chTinnerof chlir hrtirrinof n nof
of the political parties have been bee n don donall dju d dall
all In their power po today to tO11e 11 e up Ue UeforCes TIUM TIUMforces th thforicn
forces so that they can sho their fui fuistrength f fi fistrength
strength in tomorrows el elf ion o ojudge L LjUdge i ijudge
I judge of the state supreme lur > urt re republican 1 1pubUcaJJo E Epubuican > ¬
publican Chairman Pairtey > iid Juic JuicCampbell JttdrCampbE1l JticCampbell
Campbell would be reelect 1 i ly lyto < s sto SI
I to 10000 plurality tf there sh stuld uld N 0 h i irepeating
I repeating in Dearer and nd i V 3 lthi < Ud ll that tJ 1t
no frauds would be jpermitto i to dt fll fllthe I f fVthO t tthe
the will 111 of the theJIllton vectors vectorsMilton vsrs vsrsMilton
Milton Smith ffy sn r of ollhl ho D D1 D1MaUC D4V D4Veratje ni nicratic < >
cratic state comasloUe eomee 1 said Id vu vuplurality Vj Vjplurality i iplurality =
plurality in DeaVr u win be from fromto > 1 1to > Ito
to 10 18880 00 We esWteet i ipl > Ll to can y the theof t 11 lieof > r rof
of the state by A small plui ility ilitywill llitywm jilt jiltwill
will do our beat to prevent ny fraud fraudulent fra ra ul ululent u uulent ¬
ulent votes betas caM caMPopulist aiPopulist esaLPopulist
Populist Chalrnsaa Ch A B B < 7ray ray von vontured v vturd f ftured
tured the opinion tlssK I t there s a stm stmprobability II str strprobability t r I Il Ilprohabl1lt
probability of tte election Ion of Ow OwConsiderable 0 0eouldfrabJe QwConsiderable
Considerable ms money was watered t tat In In1 toat
at 100 1 to toO 70 in favar fsafCampbeli otCamPb1I of Campt > eU a aWilson agall agallWilson agulls agullsWilson
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to cabteotsmferaice cabteotsmferaiceBoatonv terence terenceBOsiolh ee eeBo8io
Boatonv Bo8io NOT Z 1With With go o M al weuiii weuiiitomorrow we thr thrtomorrow t ttomorrow
tomorrow the party managers mana ers a g i ithat e ethat i ithat
that a heavy vote wlB be ca cai in iia Maiia Maiiachusetta ia a achusetts dcbu
cbu chusetts not only for gcvrnor p rnor hi hifor Infor 1 1fur
for the entire state sta ticket as 8 veil as t tmlDor tminor r rminor
minor offices and members ot G the le Icgis Icgislature is islatnre l llature
lature latureNot V VNot v vNot
Not for many man yean ra haTe the lw DBl Derncrats DBlcrata I to tocrate
crate worked solutrd and their effT effThave cft > fIr fIre r rhave
have e so thorough r stirred u their th thpoDeJlta op opponents o oponents ¬
ponents that the state has n J V been be < n b bter btsr < i iter
ter canvassed caJlVa aed for ten year yearEdward YEaroEdward yearEdward
Edward K j K M M4weeney I rfweeney eento ti tl rampismanager rampis amIai amIaimanlgt amt1zrmanager
manager > r of William illtm A G Ga on n UMSI I Iof r rof
of tine tl Democratic ticket a id 1 1 1e ioio ioioWe V VvV
We vV e are perfectly perfcctlrnatirtIed r satisfied Vho hl v vwill ywill Vwill
will tell our story storyThomas storyTh tlr tlrThlllmal
Thomas Th man Talbot chalraiar f th > re republican r rpubl flpublioan ¬
publican publ tan state ocmmittce < jd id of i iof Hie HieproKj 1 1pro
proKj pro plts > cts of r PPI61lcan pgblfcan ur U ess fs IP IPof r roUes
oUes have passd awa away but he pfOl pfOlthis peotof
of this state cin 1 in n be depen ied d on onmorrow onmorrllw Onmorrow >
morrow to ror rpIIgniae rc 5tg > < > < n We ge honerty and ti tiiiy tiI >
ity si u > h as GoverniMr GQ Goverri Bates e has shown shownQUAYS shonI shovnQUAY
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QUAYS QUA QUAY I STATE 8TATERepublicans STATEI STATERepttblicans
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I Republicans Expect E EXpetaS ctas as Many an Votes a aAre af at atAre
f Are Heeded HeededPhiladelphia 1IeededPhiladplphia lsdedPhiladelphia
Philadelphia NIV N 1 2 TI V VlifliOfl sr mTa mTaopinion 1raopinion
opinion s exiVsed xP ed by th tl V Rrpubiran Rrpubi fliubhle1tdr k kcan
ran leadis i I > that 11 PEnny nia niatomoiion vl vltomorrow I Itomorrow
tomorrow gi i iv its it i ts usual oT or ar o r Ita ItaI ti Ma Majority 1 1jlrity ¬
jority f for r ti l tii lci lcjublicaii QbllcH1 blican clidau clidauTc diJa 1IdattTht It If IfTte
I Tc D DI111IhTt Dii niivrii t I > state tate chai n and andother anGthe aii aiiother
other the D I 1dtle atlcstate Mat load deolin deolinto r
to give figures merely tinting tentinsthemselves tintingtbfmsdves tefltiIiithemselves
themselves with the predi that hal1 hal1rull a afull 1 1Tull
full Dtniocratic vote Mil ill b V if ifThe t tThe 1WThe
The ianipaign has ba ben i T t 01 01nllou < > if ifthroiiRhout I Itiit
throiiRhout nllou tiit niaghiut hlut there having fever feverContued f fConted fConied <
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