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MEMPHIS, TEtfN., WEDNESDAY, JUXE 12. 18S9.
VOL. XLIX NO. 137
1 ' - "(1 Mcw- 'Cr- I
OfCronin, According to the Verdict
Of the Coroner's Jury, Brought In
Late Last Might,
Are Alexandor Sullivan, Daniel
Coughlln, Patrick O. Sullivan,
Woodruff, Allaa Elack, the Horse
Thief, and Some Others.
The Jury Declares That the Clan-na-Qael
For the "Bemoval" of the Late
Dr. Cronin, of Chicago.
Thoy Further Doolare That tho Plot
In Its Inception and Execution
Waa Most Foul and Brutal,
And Recommend That a Large Re
ward Be Offered for the Guilty.
Another Startling Feature of tha Var
diet I tbe Declaration That All
Such Beoret Sooletlei a tha
Clan-na-Qael Are Injurloui
to Amsrlcan Institutions.
Chicago, III., Judo H. In tho Cronin
inquest thi morning John C. Garritty, a
Bitloou keeper, tcatilled that ho was ac
quainted willi Detective Coughlin, now
under indictment fur complicity in tho
Btbnmtaittion. Tho witness declared that
Coughlin came to him nnj said that ho
wanted to liiio a tough character known as
"Major" Sumption tu slug a man. Tho
witness told Smnpsou about it, aod a few
day later Sampson told him (Onrritty)
that tho man Coughlin wanted slugged
was Dr. Cronin. lie wanted him slugged
with a baseball bat mid ditllgurod tor life.
K it killed him it would uot muko much
di He tv nee.
J. II. Haggerty, a railroad clock, gave
the most important testimony thi morn
. Ing. After tho trial of Ir. Cronin he said
Alexander Sullivan told him that Dr.
trouin was scoundrel and menace to
tho Irish cause. It was tho impression of
tho witness that Sullivan was trying to ex
press the opinion that Cronin should be ex-
torminated. Tho witness wus of tho same
opinion at that lima. About that time
circular had been issued saying that many
'-eVollund Yard detectives had left Knglaud
for America to attempt to And out some of
tho secrets of tho order, and every person
who was a member was on the lookout
fur informers. Tim Cm no, who bos since
died, circulated tho statement that Cronin
m a dangerous man and a traitor. At
that time Sullivan was not alone in ids
opinion. Lo Caron, who was a friend of
Alexander Sullivan, was a member of the
committee width tried Dr. Crunin. lie
was introduced to tho witneM by Sullivan
at tho trial as a man worthy of confidence
in the Irinh cuue. Ho wns opposed to
Dr. Cronin nt the tiino on account of tho
Statements from Alexander Sullivan.
At tho afternoon session s number of
witnesses were examined, without do
vcloping anything of important o. Then
Cliiel of I'ol ire Hubbard was sworn and
told of an interview which bo had had
with Woodruff, tho hnrsclhicf. Hubbard
asked him what ho knew of tho Cronin
matter, aud if he ready was the ooe who
drove tho trunk lroiu tlio Carlson cottage.
WoodrulT said ho was, and he then de
scribed the collage.
"He said," continued tho Chief, "that
' lie took tho trunk alxiut midnight on Mar
4. Ho had been given by two men
the day before to do llio job. At llutU
o clock on .May 4 llio two men, according
to agreement, rnpped on the door of Di
nan's stable, lie ox ncd the door and let
out tho horse with rag oo ita feet, ami
hitched it to tho wsgoii. They then drove
to within 100 loot ol the I nrison ruttugo.
lie was then told to wait, and tho two
men left hi in and went Iuto the roltage.
rT her remained there rlvo minute and
then beckoned him lo drive up. Ho did
so, and tho two, King and fairburii, and
a third man, enmo out with a lieavy trunk.
Tho third man w.is 1'. O. Sulliv.iu. When
the trunk waa put in tho wagon Sullivan
returned to tho bourn', Woodruff, with
king and Fuirburn, driving on 1-inculn
a re ii no to Fullerlon aveniio, thence to
Uncoln Tank, Tho men intended to Uko
tho trunk and contents in a boat out In tho
lake and sink them, lint owing to tho
blight night and llio presence of etianger
they changed their liiinda and drove Imca,
W lien they reached the manhole at 1 liiv
ninth sir (it lliey tried to dump the trunk
into it: but hiding, they kicked tho trunk
oen, they havmi( lost tho key, took the
iMxty Iron) it ami tlirew it Into tho tnan
hole. Woodrull was then told to drivo
The Chief then frodnred the privato pa
perstif )r. Croiiiu, which wero turned
over to him by saloon-keeper ( ouklin,
with whom Cronin lived. Coiiklin idi u-
titled tho papers as being in the handwrit
ing of I'r. Crunin, and the Corouer reaj
llio oocumentp to mo jury.
It wus decided by tho jury tint the
nanu s of rurlles nicniinued in tho docu
ments should not bo uimle public except
those olrrady brought into tho cno. 1 lio
firnt ratter wus a teleuraui from J. I. Mc
Mahon. rallinir tho tl'K trr to meet him at
the Win'luor Hotel. New York, by order
of the) committee, January 1, ls-vH. There
waa another telegram from J. ll.Konsyne,
railing for the doctor to bo present at tho
tullivan liiid. To this tho doctor reclied.
as a copy of tho idler ahowod, that bo
would vole aenin as no voted at the trial
Then the Coroner read the minority report
rd tho trial rominlttee, dated 1'liiladelplilu,
Janunrv l.V )km. and alined by J. Ii. Mc-
t'ahev anl 1. II. Cronin. the renorl
blames Alexander Fullivun for neglecting
the family ol Markov, Uimasoy scores
hulllvan, llolnnd and i'evly for excluding
C. II. MeCarlhy from t t.n Itoston ('(inven
tion, and slo lor exrludinir tho delrate
of tho onfiinir.allon from the same place.
It wns allccrd that a report ol the limit on
Convention showed a dclicit of $13,(ai0 at
tho inHtaneo of Sullivan, wfien there really
was a balance of $11,(HW improperly spent
and not accounted lor by tho trinii(rlo;
Unit the men Bent to Knglnnd wero not
snllicieiitly supplied with money, ami tho
nireut of tho trmnlo wan reHnnsiblo for
this; thot J'S7,1!1 drawn from tho treasury
for "active work" win not u.jod for that
purpose by the triangle, but with surplus
money in the hand of "triiinglea." This
report was signed . by McCuhey nnd
Cronin. with a recommendation that it bo
printed nnd sent to each catnt),
lhe Coroner then read iho Cronin notes
taken nt the trial. Tho obleetions Alex
ander Sullivan mndo to Cronin's Bitting
on tho committee are slated nt largo, and
ulso how they wero overruled by the votes
of Hums and ttogers, McCuhey and
On witness testified that he wna sent
to Kniilnnd to active, work, and wus sivon
i t and a steerage ticket. Ho camo back
Dy sieerogo piiHsnge, without any clothes
or other uecefsaries. Ho went ajjain nnd
was to get somo money to help him. John
J. Maroney was one of tho men w ho whs
to help him. Ho was given $200, and
hen he co to rnuland could iwt no more.
lio did not use tho uliaa triven him bv tho
trinnglc, nnd tho intimation in his evi
dence is that ho was saved thereby from
falling into the hands of the Knglwh au
thorities. He and his partner "performed
four miracles." Tho trouble in l'ittsburg
was told about. Tho objection wus mndo
to Tim Cream and Florence Sullivan being
seated as proxies for l'uthcr Dorney and
Tho iurr were asked if thev wanted to
hear any more w itnesnes who could uive
corrolioraling evidence. The Jury did not
w ant to hear any more, and at 4:40 o'clock
adjourned for deliberations.
Tbe Natarlnaa N.rami and tin JIc-
anld anshl la New York.
New York, June 11. Acting upon in
structions from the Chicago police, Inapec-
tor llyrnes today caused tho arrest of John
Maroney and Charles McDonald, two men
whom he has been shadow ing for suspected
complicity ia tho murder of Dr. Cronin.
The men are now at police headquarters
uud will be held to await the arrival of of
ficers fiom Chicago. These men have been
shadowed by Ityrnes's menjfor somo time
past, and yesterday tho Inspector received
a dispatch from Chicago for which ho had
previously arranged. It was as follows:
CHILAUU, ill., juiie ll, lsX
To liip.-cl"f llyim.
Arrest M. and Me. Will send officers
and papers immediately.
J. .M. LoVOKNKlKEn,
GXOKOK M, Hl'IIHARD,
Cliief of i'olice.
Maronpv is thirl v eielit vears old and
claims to he in the dry iroo-ls business.
Mclonnld is the Mrno ago and says he is a
McOonald wns arrested this morning by
lct ctives M ulry and M ulvev. h'oon alter
ho had been brought to police headquar
ters Maroncr wua arrested lv IKteelivo
Yon (iuricbten. The suieriuteiident im
mediately notilled tho Chicago hiIico of
the arrests. Neither of the prisoners w ill
talk except to trivo their names. 1iibjh.c
toi llyrnes say lie has not talked with tho
priwjueni and will not, us he has nothing
to da with tho case cxcipt to uuko tlio
A Chicago evening pnper prints this of
.Maroney: llo resiclcd oneo In rlula.lHphia,
but mado biiuself so olleniva in I'lnlu-
odeli'hia that ho was eventually com
pelled to leavo tho city, nnd since then lie
was undertilooti to lie performing missions
of a private nature in connection with the
Claii-na-d iel. tin the occasion of the
Queen jubilee, a few venr ago, Maroney
wus one ol a number ol men who went lo
Kuuland with luiids of tho revolutionary
or'iinir.itiius for tho avowed lurtosc of
Mowing up several public Uuililiu. -Mr.
-Maroney Mew up nothing, and two ol his
companions were nrrcstc I.
Ono ol them died In his lodgings while
under arrest Maroney is represented to
have enjoyed hiuiself in tho various capi
tals ol Kuropeon that occasion. When ho
returned to tins country be was accompa
nied by a woman, with whom ho traveled.
and who was detained by the custom
house authorities here for having silks
concealed in her bustle. Maroney ha
never had any regular business, but has
been generally supplied Willi uinnev.
One l the chargi'S mndo against
Mr. hullivans administration waa
that i"00 uf the fund ol tho Clnu-
na-Oael, went into a men's furnishing
buimess, which Maroney carried on in
rbiladclnhtx, and In winch ho tailed. Ma-
Miiey was one of tbe men who, before I'r.
Cronin's body was found in tho sewer in
Chicago, waa mt pronounced in his opin
ion that the doctor had not met with foul
play, but hail left Chicago to avoid dis
grace resulting from some scandal with
which he was protoasloiiully connected.
He adorn ard succeeded in havimr himself
interviewed by a reporter of a New York
morning newspaper, to whom he said ho
U'hcved there was a woman in the case
because linger supposed to be a woman's
waa loiind in the culvert in which Croiiiu a
body was discovered
tiik ji sti'm ii uDicr.
AlesaitSar Salllt.a ItrdrrH ArralU-
RumaMlraMC Ml ilainvala.
Ciiicaoo, III., Juno 11. The lollowlng
Is the full text of the verdict of the Coro
We, the undersigned, a Jury apolnted
to muko inquiries, according to law, aa to
how tho body viewed by us came to Lis
death, stale aa our verdict, from the cl
I. That the body Is that of Tatrick II,
Cronin, knonn ns Dr. Cronin.
2. That hi death waa Uot from natural
causes, but from violout mean.
3. Thulauid 1'atrick II. Cronin was de
coyed from home, on N'or'h Clark street.
on the evening of May 4, by some
person or persons, to the cotnige know n
a the LurlDon cottage, situated at No,
1.872 North Ashland avenuu, in IaVq
View. hk County, 111.
4. That at said collage Dr. Cronin was
murdered by being beitlcn on the head
with some blunt instrument or instru
ments in the hands of aotmi tiemon or per
on unknown on tho night ut said May,
or between Mar 4 and 5.
b. That the body, utter said murder waa
committed, wo put Into a trunk aud car
tied to the Park by several persons and
thence placed in a catch basin at tlio cor
ner of lAanston avenue uud iifly-niuth
street. Luke View, where it wus recovered
Mar 17. UJ'J.
0, That the evidence shows conclusively
to all minds that a conspiracy was formed
by a nuuilor of persous for tha purnonn of
murdering the aaiJ Cronin anil concealing
hi lxdy. Haid plot or couspiraey waa le
libnra'ely eonlrivrd and cruelly exceuteL
7. We Lave carefully inquireel Iuto the
relations sustained by said Cronin to
other persons whilo alivo, to ascertain if
he hud any qttnrr.'ls or enemites with any
person sullicient to cause his murder.
. it Is our judgment that no other
person or Krsons except somo of thoso
w ho aro or who had been members of a
secret society known ns the United bro-
iricriiood or "Clnn-na-tniel" hod cnuse to
be instigniors of ta d plot or conspiracy to
iniiruer sum v ronill.
I). Mnnv of tho uilneimen tA&lifvtmv In
said case havo done so with much evident
unwillingness, and, we believe, with much
Wo llnd from tho evidence that a num.
her of tiersons, w ho wero parties to tho
plot nnd conspiracy to murder the said
Cronin, nnd that laniel Cuiighlin, l'at
rick O.Sullivnn, Alexander Sullivan and
on Woodruir, alias lilack, were either
principals, accessories, or had guilty
know ledge of said plot and cousin rucy to
nilirilnl unwl rv.iiiin uit.l n.t.,.l lit l.n.l..
and should bo held to answer to the U rami
Wo also believe that other persons wero
engaged in this plot or hud guilty knowl
edge ol it and should bo apprehended aud
Held to tno Lira ml jury.
We further slate that this Dlot or con
spiracy in its conception nnd execution is
ono of tho most foul and brutal that lias
ever coiuo to our knowledge, nnd we
recommend that tho proper authorities
oiler a largo reward for the discovery and
apprehension of all of those engaged in it
in nny way.
Wo further state that in our ludament
all secret societies w hoso objects are such
as the evidenco shows that of the Clan-ua-Gaol
or "United lirolherhocxl" to lie are
not in harmonv with and are injurious to
. ; I...!.......
We bono that future viiror and viirilanca
by tho police force will more than com
pensate lor past neglect by a portion of
tlio force in this case.
K. 8. Ciiiti-iiei.l,
II. A. IIu-uan,
Victor Lt. Hvitrr,
John II. V ak uot'sEH,
Jl'STL S K I I.I.I AN.
Alexander Sullivan's arrest wan cfTccUd
without the. slightest trouble. lWforo tho
verdict was read in public. Coroner Herts
emerged lor a moment Iroin tho room In
which the jury was in session. I le beck
oned to an ollieer and bunded him a mil'
timu. iho ollieer. with a comrade. hur
riedly left tho City Hall, aud, juiiipiiii
into a carriage, drove to the residence ol
Mr. Sullivan on Oak street.
RUMBLINGS OF THE RAIL.
I.aal lhe I., N. O. A T.'a llrlvaa Kails.
fii isl PImu1i lo Tba Aical.
IIki.xxa, Ark., June 11. Tlio last of
six law suits of tho Louiaviilo, New Or
leans ec Texas Kailwsy Compaiiy of Ar
kansus against ditrurent proerty holders
wus held to-ilay in tho 1'liillips Circuit
Court, aud an order entered requiring
tho deposit of a certain amount of money
for said proKrty. About 10,000 bus
been raia.-d by private subocription for
tho purKjHO of tnirchusiug two bhs ksof
city lots sud rights of way for the pro
posed transfer w hich tho Mississipid Yut
ley Hoad projHse to put in at this place.
Work on thi hue ls.eu postponod until
tho proH-rty decided by the railroad cinld
be (nit through a condemnation prix-cdurc,
and now, as this is completed, it is ex
pocted that work will commence soon
enough to complete tho transfer trt move
this year s cotton crop. Mai. l'iwurd.
and Mr. Cummins, the attorneys of the
road, are oxjcete I to arrivo in the city on
the l.itu to complete all tho arrangem Mils.
l.veiy cttixen, with few exceptions, has en
courag'd tho movement, and cvcrytliiiiu
that was asked by tlio rnilrnud was grunted
both bv the 1 ilv Council and bv Iho citi
reus. Meeting havo been contiuu.illv
held to keep alivo the cnlhilfiinui. and the
successful termination ol their endeavors
cause a g-neral feeling o rejoicing aud
pleusure to ersoo (lie commuiiity.
Railroad I a Ills NalL
Ciiicaoo, 111., Juno II. A disputed
from Austin, lex., sav tho celebrated
case of tho Stuto agaiiint tho Texm rail
road for forfeituro of 15,000,000 acres of
lund was decided yesterday. Kcvend
month ago Atloruey-Uuneral Hogg b gin
suit in the court ag.iinst the Southern IV
Cilic Itnilwav aud other Mads lor tho re
turn to tho Mnio of l.Vism.Os) acie of
land which had tx-en given to tho railway
on certain conditions. June condition.
the Male showeil, wero violated, ami tho
forfeiture of tho hind was demanded
Judifo Key decided in favor of the Mate
and held that the railroad bid wilfully
violated tlio conditions and hud no title to
tho lands. A great porllun of llin lands
ha panned Into other hand, having Im-cu
Sold by the rnilrouds, and under tho de
cision the aupHsed owner have no title.
CuicAiiO, III., Juno 11. A sjh'cUI dis
patch Irom Columbus, O., says: "tieiieral
MiinaKer O. M. Ilcach, of Iho I'-ee IJne,
has sent In his resolution, lo go into
clfect at ono. Ho will leave next Monday
to accent a similar tition on tiin Chii uco
A' Atlantic. Mr. Jleuch Is'gin work on
the Ie IJne as a common ialmrer at the
ace of twunty-ouo and worknd his way up
uptil hi apKiintinent as general manager
lour year sko.
TUB WbirWoIlTU TR1AU
Tbe State Will Probably Conclude Its
SprrliU IMtch lo Tha A.-.l
iiiikti'vii.i.E, Mine., June II. Tho
Wliitworth trial wo resinned thi morn
ing in cooler weather and a less crowded
courtroom. The sick juror wo lo:tor.
llio crum-cxaimuaiion of Alt Uca was
concluded and another colored witness
was examined and cross-examined, (icorge
Combs, Israeli Tinner and Waller JcfTnr
son snd Dm. I'alo aud llolinuo also gave
eieri icHtiinony a to t.io wound re
cclved diiiiiiit tho ail ray.
The other witnesses were Mr. rravser
and Mr. W. Tcnde. Tho Htuto will prol-
sblv conclude its rase on Thursday ulu-lit.
The defenso will hike tho root of tho wet k
and atiout half ol next, so that with the
argument the tnal of nhltworlli will
tirohuhly consume the rest of Iho regular
' . . . in . i .i.i
COUM term. A pjH't'iai lerni win prou.iuiy
bo called ill July to llnlsh tha other lj
coses of Ibwkii.s and .ilclan.
n..h--. rhr.l'taa ladlrlej.
New Yotik, Juno 11. Drs, Irwin, For
riiiuu uud llutice. tho three phys'.ciuns In
.1 I f,.r I'.lrL-allv iH-rlornilni ail aitosv
on tho Ixxly of ttaslilnulou Irvin; Hishop,
.1.. ln I ..j.htr IimIkv tilesded llut iruillV
IIIO llllii1. w- i j -- - m- '
in tho Court ol tieneral beaslotis, and wets
held in t VJO lull each tor trial. 1 :ie ban
was (irueiptly luruishtd.
And President Harrison's Policy.
How He Proposes to Form a White
To tho Exclusion of the Nogroes
Who Are the Whole Btrengtn
Of tho Republloan ' Patty in tho
(States of tho South.
The Schome Desorlbed as "Brutal and
Buamele In Every Feature" South
ern Negroes to ba Cast Out
From tho Votiir-lajr Globe.
And now cornea President Harrison
Willi a "tauthcra policy." It is not a very
fresh policy, nor a very startling one. In-
leed, in all csneutlnl pnrtieuluni, it rosetn-
bleslhatof Mr. Hayes, except that Mr.
Harrison dangles his bait before the weary
ryes of living Democrats and not before
those of defuuet Whigs long since closed
Alexander Hamilton, from whom the
Republican leaders of this day never tire
of claiming their lineal descent, held, no
doubt very conscientiously, thst no Gov
ernment of tlio United States could bo
jsTiusnent, rospected or secure which did
not build up cortiiiu special lute rest aud
enrich certain favored classes, rolying In
turn, upou theso for its main strcnth.
True to the traditions uf kis party.Mr.llar-
rison ho never dreamed of breakimt the
solid South by a policy productive of
peaco and order there, aud of mutual con
fidence between tho section a policy dis
counting Federal intcrmeilling w 1th local
nirnirs, and, esiecially, with local elections,
which Irei'ineii everywhere must res.-nt or
abandon the ballot as worthies. Hut,
like Mr. Illaine and Mr. lluyeii, he appeuls
to the baser aide of human nature, and
propoxea an alliance tictween tioveriimont
and privato Interests in tho South ns
well as In the North. To secompo-.li the
end in vL'w lo create a an culled Itepuh-
lican Part v in tho South ahieli miehi l.n
able lo 111 even a very few seats in Con
lirewt wilh members sundy (uvorable toiuo-
nofsiiy and the tnoiioolr party, ho i pro
p.irediliko Mr. Haves, to sa ril(ce lheiolit
leal aspirations of the entire nero race,for
whom his heart bled so copiously in pre
This pceiilluilv Immoral and 'X'k'es
aehemn of dividing the K)ii:h hn bt;en
i veil form w ith an 0wnneM and boldnes
which inu-'t prove oxlrnniely slun kin.' to
l.vpulilicaua who retain any cinvictions
luitever upon ih i conlroversirs of tho
la-it twenty years. If ilii re has Uvu here
Uforo unv one pb.iso or (.Urged ldine of
Kiiilheru life which atlid I llio Indiirnv
tion of a Northern Itepul ican mor than
another, it waa tho imputed denial o I po
litical cimality to the color I iian by Iho
li'iniK-rutle purtv souili ol .vi.eun nnd
Dixon' him. Hut lm mini I'nui li-nt
Harrison agreeing that there ahull I hi
forme I in the Soii.h a di!inf lively "wlntn
iiisii' proti-clion purtv." iu which no col
ored man, whatever hi intellectual train
ing or his moral chaiu. ter, ihall have any
lot orpirl. Th.-i new party ha already held
niinieroiis conlcrc iiiv, mi l ono or lw-
conventions, and from these, tnv'roons -ok-
Iiik voice and repnMenUtion, wero not
only sternly warned asy, but, in some
ewea, lodily ejected, livery mail fr:nn
the Smlli bnuits news ol some new move
ment in the direction of tho whito man's
protection party. F.vurv mail from Vah-
mgton bring (nsdi assurance that it has
Mr. Harrison s eagi'r encouragement, and
that it is l-i n-ci'ive hi exclusivo
patronage. Fxept here and there, in
rare iustaniH-e, tho neirro Voters, whoi
sullrs.-es placed Mr. Harrison nnd all his
Kepulilicnn predecessors in ollicc, and
without whom tho Uepuhlican paily
would instantly sink into a contemptible
miuority, are to be reeocnis.nl by no pub
lic employment whstcv r. Ihey ar.i to
be treaU-l as untaiucJ and utitainahle
barbsriana. wbrxe Very' presence iu Iho
country la retrar led as a inenacn.
e ure kit In no doubt. Iho wholu
sclieme, brutal and shameless in every
leste-e. la sprea t before the s-iuutrv aa if
ctilighleiK'if public opiul.m were cxpivted
lo lud irse it without a moment hesita
tion. Th importance of rsi-dnir up a few
more lord of the factory an I the forge lo
share tho plunder uf a monopoly tanir,
and lo recruit the campaign funds rd tho
Kepublican party, is supMed to x so
clear that no Northers Itepublluan can
powibly permit hi sjnipalhy for tho
negro, or hi gratitude lor Iho pal polit
ics! service of the rue,-, lo stand in tho
way of Mr. Harrison' nohto ami human.-
policy. Hut w ill Iho in of North
ern lU'publican I iko Hie s.mie view of Ihi
cruel and corrujit Imraiu, which la taken
by Mr. Harrison'a administration and bv
the intensiU'd partn- in tho NmthT It
hould lie n-rollif-ted that Northern
opinion coioK)lled (irunt lo withdraw tho
lederal army and let the rarct-hg
thieve take care of hiuiwdes; uud that
Northern indignation blistered and blunted
the Hayes administration for a Ixttrayal ol
the Southern negroes, not hull so os-n, so
treacherous, or so cruel a this oue con
templated by Harrison.
And if tho Southern rrvM are thus
cant out, abandontxl, and tn-l iin, what
will the colored men ol the Noith think of
It? The whole belt of creut Northern
middle Stale, from New York to Illinois
and further, has been h;M to lhe Itepuh
hem party heretofore by that Vote
alone. And of all thr-e voter, not
a aiuglo one, North or Souili, can
pONiddy bo leiiefittiKl to Iho ci'ent of a
sinlu enny by the l.ey ol protection
wlm h Mr. Ilarriaon se kt to H-rpetualo
his "whito man's alliance" in the South.
On Hie contrary, they art-all, of every hue,
of every locality ami of every va ation,
mercilessly and luipartliy pillaged by iu
NO rLtES ON HKATVLB.
Ibe People Oolnoj HUtit lo Work Re
building Their City.
FxATTLr, W. T., June II.-Tho town I
rapidly (piloting down n;Min 'it tbe gn-si
blae of last week thro.i.h the vigorous
measures to msiuluiu n l r. Theru are
stilt many fauillies wh l"d tho only
shelter under tent, n . I bankers and
merchants aro oh iiIiiij ti Ihelr business
in any place where the) ' - lhe luillii
and spei lul iK.liee ktiil c u nuo to patrol
the St nil, nnd no ou '"" has not a pas
U allowed to eutvr tho liuvd UisincL
Numerous attempts nt burglary havo b en
frustrated, and ono thief wdio was caught
barelv escaped being lynched. Several
murderous assaults which wero made on
merchants during tho lire aro now being
reported. Although it Is still impossible,
to correctly overturn tho loss of life, it is
generally believed that no more than five
persons perished. The previous sull'ering
has been alleviated by tho arrival of
bounteous supplies which are being dis
tributed. The bank vaults havo been un
covered and opened nnd their contents
found to be uninjured.
Cook County About To Be Vlotlmlr.od
Again by Boodlers.
Ciiicaoo, 111., June 11. Tho iWy AVin
stales that it has laid before tho Citizens'
Association tho detail of a plun to defraud
tho county out of more than S.'oO.OOO in
taxes, and culls upon Iho atetessors of tho
south nnd west towns to uko their utmost
vlBilanco to prevent it. The conspiracy, it
is alleged, is among tiuscrupulou em
ployes and ex-employca of tho county.
Confederates are sent among proorty
owneiw, who it Is believed can bo ap
proached with safety, and they nro In
formed that their taxes can lie reduced
ono-hulf. Tho fee for such reduction is to
bo one-half of tho amount saved to Iho
properly owner. In short, if tho taxes
were f 1,000 and wero reduced to $o00 the
adjuster would expect to get t-oO. Tho
adjuster argue that the assessment being
reduced it is safe to assume that it will re
main so for several years. The reduction is
a very simple matter. Tiie conspirator,
who is a trusted cmployo of tho Assessor's
ollleo, will procure a key and at till times
hiive access to tho blotter or pads upon
which the assessments are entered aud
exposed to Iho public fur iiuqiociion uud
correction. Theso blotters nro made out
by districts aud aro excised usually on
the seceud Tuesday iu Juno and for a few
days thereafter. Knisurc and corrections,
ho'iinnlly made, are of frequent occurrence.
Hence the erasure ol the conspirator
would not bo noticed. The Assessor can
not oversee audi matters of .detail. Fxlra
men, bungler ut that, are ouiploynd for
days to write up tho hooks. l.v ry'liuig
is done iu a hurrv, and men work night
and day after iho inscclion is over to
transfer Iho corrected li'ure from the
blotter lo the permanent book. Tin
work is done in such haste and in such a
prufitnclory way that il a proicrty own
er's BNtosaiucnt, whicu might lie in forty
parcels ol really, weru reduced iu total froiii
f.' sl.isJO to fC'o.OOO lhe closest scrutiny
would scarce indicate it. The conspirator's
having a detailed description of a lot of
prox rty, proerly classified by means of
the trus'ied employe's kev, can in ten miii-uti-s
make change In defraud the citv nnd
county of hundreds ol thousand ol dol
lar. It I declared that the pill wa tried
iu a unall way lust year Mini Ihnt the p.inc
netted i:i,0J0 lroiu IU One ol the c in
spirators is quoted as saying Unit ho would
not lake fUKl.tssi lor In sh.iro In llin
year' woik on thul lino.
Tho Ai iia informs toe aaiciueir in thes.i
town thul a watch will be phicudup m iho
Uollig ol their ruuee.
All ANQING AT ABEBDEKN.
Tbo Mur.lerare ol kl.-J. Tatrlck Hamil
ton Kxplate Tlmlr Crime.
H.'ll I,; h In The it.
Antiii'irs, Miss., July II. From 7,0X1
to N,(M peoplo from Ibis and lieighlxiring
counlie nsM'inhled in the H it east of lhe
Illinois Ceiilrul dexit lixFiy to w lines the
ex eiiliiui of Wesley Clatk ami llurris-m
I'.l.u kloirn, for tho murder of Maj. l'at
Hamilton last December. The religious
services were conducted at thu jail just be
fore their departure for Iho se.iil'.dd.
Fvernthiiig piiv-d otf in Hifect order.
I II in khiirn weakened nil I had to be snp
ported by two deputies, 'lhe bodies hull;;
lor thirlv minute and were pronounced
dead, 'i hey were cut down ulid turned
over to 'their families. Two i-xcurmuii
train were run on the Mobile k Ohio and
one on lhe Kausia City, bringing fully
(Us) eople. Tho croud that willlewd
the hanging is estimate 1 at Irom 7,0J0 to
A Sirs XrrHi
Ciiicaoo, III., Juno II. A spei lal dis
patch from M.iilunna, Fla., say: At Hay
wimi 1 I binding, a few mile from liiis city,
Snliirday night, a io-se of unkuown but
undisguised while men went lollmc.iliin
of Noah Yhi!cliurst (colored I, nnd as he
npcuted at the door in answer In their
call, fired on him with rdli. He was
wounded, but sprang from the doorway
and ran for hi lilu. A Miiitid volley,
however, riddled him with bullet and be
fell dead III hi track. The mob llien
went to the liouae ol Isaac Kuhiuson, an
other negro living near by, and not limb
lug hi in home, burnud hi house lo the
ground with il contents. IMh of lhe
negroes have jkhI reputations, and no huh
livn lor the mob' work cun bo linngined.
It ia h-lievcd ihit tho men compoMiig it
cuiiio from Alubnma.
SapprelH( Ilia llvnlanalsta.
I'auis, June II. There waa a ati'iie In
the Chamber of Deputies thi afternoon
over lhe action of tho Angouleino author
ities In atiipressiiig the Doulanginl ti l-
ing on Sunday. M. Segnin lnlers-lluted
tho (ioverniuent In relation to the Im 1
dent, and M. Coustans, Miuider of the
Interior, In replying to him, wa ai-veral
limes interrupted by Ilouhmgist syinpit.
thlj-rs, a number ol whom had lo In'
called to ord'-r by the President. M.
Coustans, in bis sei'ch said lhe c induct
of the Ikmlatigiat justilied the ait mil ol
tho Augoiilemo authorities, and declared
the liovernmeul would uo longer tolerate
M. Constnn wa besrti!y chverod by
the I .eft as he resumed hi seal.
The Frml4Ml'e SiiasMar tarallaM.
WssMmoTox, June II. The President
will leavo Washington the latter part of
this month for K-er Turk, MJ., where a
collage boa been prej-arcd for his recep
tion. The length of hi visit has not Is-en
settled. Mrs. Harrison and her grand
children wiil leave Washington the latter
part of the prraenl week for Ca May,
whero they will remain until the 1'rrsi
dent is ready logo lo leer I'mk. lhe
1'n'sident will make one rr morn short
visit Id Cais May during Mra. Harrison's
A isaraS ItramaeS.
Dasvi.n, Col., Jans IL A Cheyenne
i cial to lhe AVir a c Cols Youngi r,
who was notorious la Western Wyoming
iu a bad man, was drownsd Ktlunlay
while utteiniiting to fords river on hoise-
bark, lhe willies to the sccldcht was
i.i nest Williams, who has bees a paitner
with Younser in several houso steiiline
scrapes. He told ao manv coutnulictorv
stories of the manner in which Younger
met Ins death that ho was arrested nnd
lodged in jail ut F.vuiuton, and he will l
held until tho recovery of loungers
body. Tho men became acquainted while
serving a term iu tho Salt laike peniten
tiary Tim JIJ 13 SURELY UP.
Muruphle Wilt Dlnhnnd tier Team
fpivlal IMnpsti'li lo Tho Apii-nl.
Mo'.ut.K, Ala., Juiiu 11. Almost perfect
fielding tells the tale of Memphis' fourth
defeat. Tho visitors balled freely, but
their hits were scattered, and although
Huuswino pitched a lino same, ho was
miserably supported. Memphis leaves for
homo tonight, where the club will disband.
Atlanta plays hero tomorrow, on account
ol the oncaiu;imeut of the First U.-ginu'iit.
Manager ood savs ho is forced to dis
band ou account of Itoouo's signing with
Mobile, thus leaving him but one pitcher.
omi i a i. seoiiK.
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Summary: I'lrned runs Mobile 2,
Memiihis 1. Two-huso hits CuvanaiiL'h.
Cillnlinii, Smith. Throe-basn hits Lew i.,
l arroll. ! irst base on b ills Oir Met ill-
lough 1, oil Daly 1. Fimt base on errors--
Mobile 1. Mruek out-Mohiln t), Mem
phis 'J. I.oft on bi-M's- Meuiphi 8, Mobile
V Stolen has. Mobile (I, Meuudiis 1.
Passed balls (irauhek X lime, one hour
and lorly-tivo minute. Umpire Hurst,
4 1 wrlva iMMlnj lis'Sf nt Usllato;s.
S-litl i.nh to lhe AiuL
Ciiaitvkoihia, 'lean., Juno 11. Ouo ol
the most exciting game of the season was
played hero today Iselv i-on the hs'iils and
AlluiitiM, It requiring twelno Innings to
divide the result. Carroll wa III the box
for the local and hel l Atlanta down to
(our hit until the ninth when Jones look
displace, after which the vlitor never
got a hit. Tlio gun) was lied -I to 4 in
the seventh, Ch.itluiiooi ill that inning
making two runs on n:ir consecutive hits.
From lliut on it wits WdiUn! work nnd tm
error ero se ned ne'd llin twelfth when
oioi .. ' w hleti slio had lo
earn. .Mo hit sufn an I stole sm-oud slid
cored on Foul a hot dr.ve lo It f l Held. Il
wa a great g.uuo and exciting throughoil',
oi I ii I l. scoiik.
1 I I
a it ii i- ii ;a r.
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U I S I I
I i ;. I ;
II I u I v
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l ; I o u
i .' P. l l
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U U I II
1 1 :i .':
. 'n il. r H a. r
0 v 3 11 it
1 I a I I
0 0 4 J I
1 I s I
0 I l 1
1 I J I V
0 (I I 0 II
10 3 1 0
f. I M III b
I H IT! ASiHNIA.
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VIII'.. J Ii
Il-itu'llltf, I .
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I. .11. f. I
I" r r i
Vi . I h
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Hi. rllea. I. I ...
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I '. I .. HM
II.Mirtll .11. 1 I, ,I(WH
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Total . . ....
Ivulrr rillt-4 Kill 1st liil.rli Hn with Laltnl
II 1 1 1 ii I n ...
I h.,iu "i . 0 001 I I 1000OO-f.
AllallU 9 9 i S V V I U V V - It
Siiunnary I'.irned runs -Chutl.iniHig.i
I, Atlsnlu i.'. Two ba-o hit 1'eiider.
iKillhlo idly Klllg-leV, Shea. Stolen
basi- - Nlilli-r, Mills, Foul '.', Nil', Kings
ley '2, iNiwse, lloiieuiaii. Marts. Siicrilieo
hits - Culg. in. Mill 'J, Murray, Meihng,
Kingsley, Marts, Sinn k roil lly Car
roll o, Jiities ", Fender H. P ivs on balls
Hy IVud.T 4. I'a-.d bills-Doww 2.
Uinpmi llollord. Surer -Cato.
1 hrr Ita Itrller V II llaraa'l ssl,
H- lal l'l-sll II lulll AlUH-al.
Moim i', Ala., June 1 1. An exhibition
gaum wus played this morning, resulting
in a tin at Iho end of the ninth inning,
when the glloo was called. Score:
M.ii.Hr ... - 1 oeloooa 17
Uriueiiii i t i i I i i i 1
Inwc hits -Memphis II, Mobile 17. I Errors-1
lnoe eat h.
New York 2, Hoston I.
Chicago X I'illshiirg 4.
Hallimoru 7, M, Iiun 3,
I'.nsiklyn I. Isiiiitvili 2.
Ciiiciiinali b, 1 ol n nil ii a 2.
Athletnw 1.', Kaims Cily 2.
Cleveland 4, ln-hsniHilis 2,
Wasniigtm 0, rililadelpllta 7 (.filnt
Wmhiiigtoii 0, I'luladclphia 3 (,s.-ii)iid
A TttAUKUr A f ADIKDKIM.
Policeman K. O. UnUoy Killed and AI-
phonso Wubb Woundad.
'.i lal l.-a. ti t 1 1 Ajieat
Allium i-. Mis., Juno 1 1 . - - A most mi
foiiuiiiite dilliculiy occurred in this city
hi in'. nun,:, growing out of the arrest of
Alphonso W ebb by I. D. McCoy of the
(Hihce f .r.", in which both wero allot, thu
luller dying ulnnMit instantly.
, A I lark el OHirli hr.
SrciM.iu.i i, 111., Juno 11. Tho Illinois
Stale I'-'urd uf Agriculluro ho K'cured a
link of African oaliiche a a novelty for
the t urning fair. The flock w ill commit of
a. ii birds, full grown, unit will bo on
el,il'iii"ii during llio entire week ol tho
Mate fill r. '1 lie expense of securing this
altui hou was too great for one State Hoard
to incur, and it could only Iho done by
lulling the oxeniN- aud rtigng'i tho o
ti,i In- for tho luooth of September bv the
r. I't t livt) Hoards ol Agrieulluis of Iowa,
VU.iKka, kau.ui auJ Illinois,
Workmen Abandon Their Labora
In Clearing Away tho Debris at
the Flood-Strlckon City.
As Soon as Thoy Aro Taid Off for
tho Week Thoy Skip.
Tho Djdy of Miss Chrlstman, of
Miasiaulppl, la Recovered.
It Is Emb.tlmod and Krlonds Are Ko'.t
OBd Uon. Ilastlnss fit Full Chat ge
of tbo Work Now A Hunger
. JotiNsrowN, I'll., June 11. Tho impend
ing change in the control of the towu, tho
exodus of workmen mid flood survivors
and the sternly rain havo combined to
muko Johnstown mure quiet lolay limn
nt uny limo since the Hood. At uli tho
headquarters work has boen nurrowod
down to thu llucst pot a, llo caliber, and a
giMsl many faithful men are getting rest
they needed long ago. James li. Scott
throw down the reins of government
with a breath of relief, and Adjutunt Gcn
oral Hastings undertakes thu lurgeat con
tract ol his life. At least HUI.000 will bo
puid out to workmen tomorrow and the
most of it will leavo tho town with the
men who tur in. d It. The new leaders
claim lo have a uuiuber ol pluus to intro
duce by which the work of cleuring up
the wreckage and caring fo,- the survivors
wiil be grcutly sysleuiiMil anil simplified.
Tho military will bo retained, lloolh A
Fliun will retain s largo number of men
on the work ut f 1.&0 per dsy. There will
be very few Auifiicalts among theui.
Dynamite bus been lined in tho river below
the bridge today, but lieu. Hastings
expects to dihH'iiM) with it.
Ootid progress was ma lt) in cleaning out
the channel of the Coiieinnilgli above the
bridge today, a uuiuber ol stationary en
gines and long cable being umi.1 to pull
out the heavy timbers.
The morgues aro id nut to bo nbandoncd
on ai count of lhe bad coudition of bodies
lieing recovered. Ideutillcation ia ubnoit
liupoiwilile, unlefS by croiia! cllectsupoii
tho bodie. The Slab) Uosrd of Iliullll
still isutes encouraging hulliiiiin, although
isolated case of piieuiuonia.iliphthcria and
llieanle uro reported, generally from tho
'lhe spirit of recovery took a firm hold
ou Jobnttowii' ciliwns today. Every
where ow ner of property teemed to have
reimltiod ilielr kium alter thi terrible dis
aster, and were hard at Work cleaning out
their cellars, drying cnriicl an 1 bedding,
and liiHiigiir.iiing a general renovalioii.
'Ih'i women I'l.ored bravely, and with
water and lirii'di riHin legau to o their
llooi (or the linl lime in twelve days,
lhe nul l is caked nil over the wall and
fnrtiiliiiv, mid im.Ht of (hn carpet is u'terly
llHfli s-, but it will have to bo Used until
soiin thing letter can tm secured.
At the general t.tllees of the Cumbria
Company, etcry clerk and department
u.an.ig' r wee nt woik. The book. Diie,
deed, sheepskin hllld patent Hid Otlwr
valuable papeis, which ire thoroughly
nk d, Wi re spti il l out ou tables uud line
mid II i s built in lhe grates to Hid IU dry
ing llieiu. It wilt take nhoiit three week
tu lim-li tills woik, and theu busiuua ia
lhe olliets will go on as lioi.i!.
lite Assoeialcd I're.-s removed Ihi afler
in m .ii It i mi their ol.'it'e iu the dd.ij.iduted
ui'l lulll lo lhe wH oml slnry of I In! Cam
bria I oiiipuny'a olhees, where much more
ciiiiiIiii table although crowded quarters are
iillolti-d them. llin Wcttrii Union is
dimtly under, mi l the operators are
gn iitly pleased by their ch.ingn from tho
siiuly 12x15 oilhoiise ol the l'ennsylvuuia
liailroiid to their present quarter.
1 his iifleriliH'ii lint Iki ly of .Mis C. A.
Cl.ris'imiu, tha foreign niiwiouury from
New i leans, who was oil Iho filled day
l Xpn W hi II lhe II sd swept it fiuiu tho
ti.uk, was found. On her tierxoa
w as found a i heck for $.'75, a vuluahlo
gold watch and a small amount of money.
She hail iu her pur .e J i: ,0 iu money, a
gold watt b, goal breitstpili of unique do
ign and ii i'.tgi.' i hi t k. II' r ImhIv wa
en l'.iliii. d and p!.n ed ill a handsome
luski-t bv L. iiiMsteiu, siiperinleuiletil of
lhe I ..null Wurd Morgue, bi await tho
iliiqio- it khi of friends. 1. legr.im were
sent to the cu-ducr ol the Nashville IUnk.
Mie was a woman of lino n x iuv; wa
iliessed h.iii U"inely iu a light Frown
tlress with bi.iidi'd front an I is suiiponed
lo have been p.uw-ciiger en the day ex-press-There
is a hungering for orphans Lore
that cannot Ih s.iti-u.'d. Iho city was
llioroiighly canva-swd today, but with little
lli-i i V lll.lliber of letters, rotituluillg
considerable money lo defray the exK'lises
1. 1 the children, laiiliot be .itml.iclorily
answered, a Iho orphans are not to lo
'Ihiriy-eighl IsKlie were recovereil to
day, all ol them being In an advanced
state of ilecoiiiMi.iiion. In one or two
instance magots were at work on them,
and the Itesh w.is to soft that extreme cure
wns iieeessary lesl the liuibs bo torn from
ISlMinhst IndHsirlsl Instllate.
Sti l,. I I " m o h In I Us Ai i-ual.
t'oii ums, Mi ., June 11. The coin
nirncrtiiciit exercisi- of llio Industrial In
stitute slid College closed lust night with
the concert nnd anuttal iniTting of the Dia
lectic Shu lie. The chapel was hcailtifully
ih corated with flowers and evergreens, a
beautiful lloiul ship bunging Just above the
putium. Mrns Muryck Vlloii, of Colum
bus al tbe repiesi-ntative uf the Dia
lectic and Mis Tilhe Wiener, of Winoua,
of the I'ryton Societies, esih taking lor the
subject of her cn-ay the iimlto of her
sisietv, "Lib'.r Is lieiiiits" and "Wo
Work' Through I .tie li Mea Through
Life," Loth i-ssy s wi re buiiiiifully writ
ten and moat i hsi'iningly re.id, aud relied
great eivl.t on lhe societies and their (air
toprcaeiitutiifs. The rct uf the evening
was devnted lo visal and inslruiuenlul
music, whuh wus enjoyed to tbo fullest
extent bv the litgo audleuis present.
Fvery pit "co disetve sscial mrutiou eu
mi lit, l ilt space forbids so extended a no
lice. I w ish to th.iilk the ollieer aud di
ets of the incision lor couriojlc exleod.l