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KaMa MMlw trjr r.
ATTEMPT TO RUIN
A Story of Bribery Told
by a Briber.
MENTS BY THE WIT
NESS. Kerr Denies the Story Un
(Krom the Chicago Timet.)
A VH.I.AISOtTS-I.OOKING CHAP.
Washington, May 20. Among tlie
crowd that broke hfto the Clym eoin
mitte room whrn Ue Kerr Investigation
ran to-dnr. was a burly, villialiioiis-
looklnf chap, who turned out later to be
the man Harney who averred having
paid Kerr $4o0 for the appointment of his
friend Green. The appearance of the
man so soon m he tell under observation
was against him. His eyes shifted un
easily. He looked furtively lroui under
deep-set, crafty eyes, as if expecting a
confronting rengence to convict him. 11c
was the very esccncc of vulj;r scoun
rirelUtn. His coaive mouth covered with
a moustache dyed a deep blue-black, his
boson (littering: with diamonds, he It:)
pressed every man in th room as
A rKC'l'I.ATIXQ 8COt'NIRKI.,
hired tt do a deed, and capable of carry
ing out his instructions to the letter.
Dressed in navy blue of a fashionable
cut be presented the beau ideal of the
conventional gambler. When the book
was presented to him to take the oath he
repeated the formula with emphasis, and
loudly smacked his lips on the volume to
attest bis sincerity. He played his part
too eflcctively. however. Hvcry word,
every motion, every change In the face
gave evidence that he rehearsed the sccue
before. His familiarity with what was
expected of him, hie obvious doire to
seem an unwilling w itness, reluctant even
at the last moment to tell all he knew,
PLAINLY A BIT OF OVKIt-ACTlNJ
as the subsequent story was perjury
square and clear. He answered the pre
liminary question put by Bass wiih
ostentatious composure. When, how
ever, the Inquiry touched the vital point
which he bad openly peddled in New
York, he pretended a modest confusion,
and begged the committee not to demand
a tioUtlon of his confidence. Under the
iee, innocently asking what would be
come of him 1( he refused to answer.
again, since he related later that indigna
tion at the Democrat exposure of Repub
lican officials had prompted him to make
the disclosure, and that he was bent on
doing It. So he H;rlsted that he could
sot break confidence, and he added with
affected indignation, "What right has
this congress to make inquiry ubout
things that happened ten years ago?"
ins lesson had been learned pcrfectlv,
but an unexp-cted thing happened.
Whde the villain presumed that the re
luctance on uU part would result in ad
journment to give him a chance to etudv
his part still further and keep the thing
in suspense, herr, who had come iu with
his oounsel. It. U. Klliott,ot Washington,
interposed and addressed the chair, he
ald: "If this person means by unwil.
Ilugne&s to break confidence anything
concerning me, I wbh to say that
MK HAS SO CONKIDKNCK
of luiue that I am not willing should be
made known to the whole world." This
confused the scoundrel for a moment
only. He regained his self-possession
and with a savage glance at Kerr he said .
"Very well ; then 1 will tell all I know,"'
(raising his arm theatrically) -and so
help me God, the truth he fell Into
his chair and to conceal the trembling
lips stuck the head of his cane iuto his
lowering jaws. From lirst to last the
story was told in a dogged, dtliaut way.
as though the fellow kit au atmosphere
of contemptuous incredulity weighing
him down. " . "
THE Klt.S SVk. Ol U;K
. rented on bis shaky fac and rratle,
tyw, and the eflect visibly dlscouipowsd
him. His direct statement is marked by
stopid contradictious, but the cross-ex-auiinatlon
left the villain completely
stripped ol anything like credit, lie said
in brief that bo bad kuowu Green since
childhood ; that in ltWG, when the arm
was orgauized, be had asked his ais
tanco to procure liiiu a CuuiuiUitiou ; that
luey bad found, through his
intimate frieud, Congressman Dar
liug, of New Vork. tUt there was no va.
cauey save in Kerr's district; that they
presented Green to Kerr; that Kerr
asked ft credentials ; that they wire
procurred, and that himself and ;rm,
visited Kerr's house when the letters
wre exhibited ; that Kerr thcu
moutsLb in co-oi'.iui ion,
that the couitulislou was procured ; that
Greeu was obliged to go home, and be.
lor going lie (Harney) demanded five
buudred dollars, which, he informed
Green, Kerr had stipulated was little
enough tor the cowuiis.iou. At this
point Umi scoundrel's memory, which
could reUiu no other Important fact
which be could recall, for example,
wiser Im ltadlived while lu Washington,
r Ust peopls be had known, was dear
' tod Strong about lh money, which he
declared was In bills of 5's aud 10's. He
said that Greeo could not raise $500, but
that b (Harney) undertook to placate
U 0 wit's $130, and that as Grecuhud
only $110, he (Harney) had lent him fJO,
which Giee it had afterward wnt hhn by
postal order; that this Mini he had car
ried about In his pocket two or three
w. until uronii's confirmation, wh'. n
KeiT came out of the cliomiM-r one uay
ASK I" O HIM ton Til K JIONKY
mid he handed It to him. ruder cross-
t-xnmination he contradictcil every sylla
bel cf his direct statement. He claimed
that he was nn intimate friend of Kerr s
and that he had become well acquainted
with him. How Intimate he was after
ward entrapped into admitting. He had
spoken to him three times, once when
introducing Green, once at hi. room, ami
once when paying hi in Green s money.
He followed this extraordinary definition
of intimate friendship w ith a statnient
that he meant such terms as he was on
with other members with whom he had
business transactions. Fearing that this
admission was too broad he stammered
and added that he never had any trans
actions with other members. Under
cross-examination his break-down was
l.t ltUROf "I.Y COMPLETK.
The crowded room, which had listened
to his incredible charge with grave inter
est, kept up a whirl, of laughter as Elliott
luid the trembling wretch bare and
bleeding, impaled bun on a score ol pal
pable fabrication". Ho was, he declared,
48 years old. and born in this country,
while his gutb ral fcroguc told eloquent
ly of the downs of Corker Kerry. He
had always followed politics as a bui
nes. He was always a IV-publicm. and
had always lived in New York, lie had
obtained his places always, he dcclarcl,
while his little eyes gleamed f.ilsr-fully.
because of his honesty and integrity.
But who recommended you ?'' presid
ed the lawyers.
"MY HONKSTY,' SAIU Till. HOlMMltl.,
who but a moment before confessed to
bribery, and defined it as a business.
He displayed 'from beginning to end
the dogged purpose of sticking to the
main charge, no matter what improba
bilities came iuto contradict. His mind
was so firmly bent on the one purpose
that he could not see the entanglement
into w hich his admissions and contra
dictions led hiui. He declared first that
delicacy moved him to refuse to testify,
because be declared he was a man oi
great delicacy. He was in intimate- as
sociation in New York with the lre
moet people, but when pressed he could
not remember the names of any of them.
Under pressure he finally fished up the
leading members of
THE (X'STOM-IIOfSK P.IN'ii
as the gentlemen who delighted in his
company. He could not remember,
however, where he had lived in Wash
ington. He didn't even remember a
friend whom lie had ever known here.
He bad gone to church of evenings, but
never went with women. He was on in
timate terms with scores of congressmen
but cpuld not remember one by name.
"Why, having such scrupulous delicacy
cause,"' said tlie mail of delicacy, thrown
from his guard, "the papers had been
abusing my friend, Mr. Darling, and ine
and 1 thought it
incur to ;tT Kvtx."
Then remembering that he had before
testified that he had not told the storv,
the per)ured scwundrel bolted, stam
tnered, covered his trembling lips with
his cane and then blurted out desperately.
"Weil, I told Darling in confidence."
"And Darling told the custom-house':"
quietly added Elliott, and the scamp saw
that he had been cornered again, lie
had so much sympathy with honest men
that Lis feelings overcame hiui and lis
looked savagely around as a roar of
laughter saluted his allusion to tlie re
cently deposed Darling as an honet
man. He was displaced by Grant for
swindling. The examination lasted an
hour and a half on the part of Kerr's
counsel, and there was not a man present
who felt a doubt of the perjury of th
scamp. He could net remember anv
point by which his charge could be cor
roborated, lie could
KKME.MBLK I'AYI.MS 1 UK Mo.NtY
and the denomination of the bills, but lie
could not remember who sat next to Mr.
Kerr or the day of the week, mouth, or
season that this briber? happened, or
any detail liksiy to catch him. On the
main point he had no meinorv, but for
everything else be was memory iuelt.
Knowing the effect of this infamous con
coction going uncontradicted; the coun
try, Kerr, by advice, begged leave to
say a word Informally under oath, l'ro
found silence fell upon the eager crowd
as the emaciated figuiu of the
seaker arose, lie is satily thir; and
I IKK'li ITItKS AltK IU I;.I.s; IUMI.v.
Having taken the oath he
eyes with a steady control upon th vil
lian before him, and said, with confident
empnasis: -1 only care to sav to-ditv.
Mr. Chairman, that as to every material
statement made by this wltnc attcctin"
my -rsonal honor aud official iut "rity 1
deny it. That is all. It I were "able 1
would likH to tate th cireiinistanccs
under whiuh this present invest). ration
ar, solar as I know, In conneetion
with that anonymous letter, but I do not
feel able to i nt. r into that to-dav, nor
other facts i.t f he case.. I will further sav.
conscientiously, that I
NtVl.lt KNKW I HIS I'HiSO.V
iu my lite. 1 do ut say now, nor intend
to bo uiidcrnlood. that it is not possible
that ho introduced Mr. Green to inc in
some formal way, lieing a door-kef ftcr. 1
do not know six doorkcccrg now of the
pliant house who are uiy politiad
friends. 1 never consciously exchanged
one minute's conversation bet wee u
heaven and earth with (hat nerson d.oli.i.
Ingto Harney). I do not know him,
never was acquainted with him, and
M VI i: MKT HIM
at uiy room us he has otaled. That Is the
subtaucu of what I wish (o sav. Ol
course, I never received any money from
i i in vi uiij uouy cisc.
HI ISti-OLLKCTlOX WAS IMI EIIKfcl I.
Mr. f ro.by, chief clerk lu the war de
partment, exhibited ccrtaiu records r la
live to the apKintmeut of Green, anion"
which was Mr. Kerr's letter to Ml. Stan
ton a.-king Km to send Green's commis.
sum to hi (tin-en's) address, and slat
lug that Green had been nominated bv
liiiu. inc. records also show that on the
12U of Juue. lou,g. paper was filed in
the war department by Mr. Kerr giving
A MiSt 1111-11,, OK lilttKN
and nominating him for the iki-HIoii ol
lieutsiiaut of the regular army, aceoni
panled by various indorsements. Among
the records was a communication from
-elon iaylor, requesting that certain
paperi be retnrned Ut Greeu, and another
letter from Kerr, dated April 1, iro.
sung for ccrtaiu in.'oi oiation rcKurding
to his appointment and
ki nn ani in mown.
Washington, May 2H. The committee
on pxpotnlituifs In the war department
assembled at 1 o'clock to-day. Speaker
Kerr wa present, nttended by llei :"ecii
tatives Lord. MorrNon. Hereford, and
Springer a personal friends nl by K.
K. Elliott as counsel.
Lawrence Hartuy was sworn and ex
amined bv Keprcseiitativc IViss. lie tes.
titled that lie was for five years employed
in the appraiser's office in New York,
but In lsiiC lie was ni?tntit door-keeper
in tlio house. He bad known Green for
sixteen vears. The first conversation
he had willi Green in regard to prociir
Inir him a sacond lieutenancy in the
Ai nir was in the snrinsr ol 100 In the
house, nut he would not tell anything of
n nnnlicliiitnl nature.
Rnf honed that the witness would be
TO Tl I.I. KM IIYTHl Vi.
Clynicr declared that the question
must li.i fullv answered.
The witness, in answer to repeated
miinilnnsi. entreated the committee to
evoiise him front nnswerinir tlie ones
tloim. He wanted to know what the
committee could do if he did not answer.
and t'lyiner responded that this was lor
the committee to determine. Speaker
Kprr liere remarked that if t litre was
imvili'mir In connection with him mark
imr tlie transaction iw confidential the
witness needn't so regard it, but he c.x
..-tnl Mir. nitnr-ss to tell the truth.
Witness If Kerr wants me to tell the
I mill I will do so.
lUcsTell what took place between
you and Grseit with regard to the pay
meiit ol money.
WiMH.a (iicen .said to me that it
procured a commission for him he would
. . i , . !... : ...... ..i iti.it
tr int. i initi i reeii iiutb it i iia .it
i iinno-kilile to cH one. but that
would search among the members of the
house to sec whether there was a vacant-
i I'niimi no vacanev until I saw Kerr, am
then I spok? to hiiu about it. He said he
had already made n nomination lor his
district, but the candidate had not came
forward. Green stated to me that
Kerr obtained the appointment,
HE MOU D PAY HIM IOH IT.
I had a conversation with Kerr, at his
house, by Invitation, and told him Green
came from New York State, and that I
was a Kenublicau and Green was a J.e
niililieun. but not an active one. I also
mirl him th.it Green had irood uualiticu
tions for the olace and Kerr seemed well
i.!e:ised with Green's recommendations
but he wanted Green to obtain a Demo
cratic indorsement so that it any bl "is
constituents should question the propri
ety of the appointment he could show it
was by 1 eino rat ic influence. ireen ob
tained such recommendation. I a.-ked
Kerr how much money I would have to
pay him. when lie said if the appoint
ment was worth anything it was worth
$.")00. 1 said I thought Green could not
give $500 but could rai-e $400. Kerr d'd
not seem pleased with the latter amount.
rsaw I. apt. Lrccn mat evening, i umi
him that Kerr wanted $500. lie said he
had not that much money and
ai.i. hi: coi i.o i:ai-i:
was$PX. I said: "We will make it
$1."0." Green counted 1110100 In $3,
$10 and $W notes, and afterward found
he could give me $10 more. 1 took thi
iiinount. and added 40 more to it.
Green subsemtcntlv forwarded me from
New York ilO in a rt-irirtcred letter to
reimburse me to that amount which 1
had at'vauccd on his account. 1 kept
the. inonev In mv possession three or
four days. One" afternoon between '3
oi representatives, and, calling me to
the steps leading near the doorway, said:
"Harney, 1 will take that moncv now."
I gave him the money, which he put iuto
ins pocket, and remarked he was gom?
to tins war department to make the a p.
Iho witncn teetilicd that he went
three limes to see Kerr, and Green ac
coiiipauied him once. He thought he
introduced Green to Kerr in the hall of
the house. J he arrangement was made
within ten days-. Keir never, to the
Knowledge oi me witness, spc-k'- to
Green ahum money matters,
(liiotiou. When did you lir-t dUclo.-e
tlie eirciuiistatices atlec-ting the suhject
of this Investigation . Answe r. It w
In the appnser s olhee and to Win. A.
Darling, one of tl c luo.-t hone.-t
HE Wax IIOM.-I,
lor he never sold au appointment :.nd
never took a cent ot money for what h
Had done. 1 male an allusion to
the Democrats at Wa-hington who
were engaged in the Imwuci-s ot investi
gations; saying thsy were attacking l!e
publicans when the Democrats them
selves were more girtlty than thev were.
About two months ago Moore called on
me iu the appraiser office and f bowed
me a copy ol an anonymous letter written
to iverr. i told .noore l knew nothing
of the authoj- ot it directly or indirectly.
I further said I knew speaker Kerr to Le
a line gentleman. Moore said that Kerr
would have the committee to investigate
the inattcraud the sooner the better. I
tun not wain to conic ix-iore this com
mittee, nut did so because the new spa'
pers slandered me and l-aid 1 w as hiding
away and bought up.
In his cross-examination by Mr. Elliott,
iverr s coun-ci, Jiarncy admitted that tin.'
was the first and only tiiuo
I IK AIT'ltOA IIKIl KICK
on ifh bu-iucs or anv other biisines-
V- What relation existed between you
and W. A. Darling; A. Ilone-ty and
ini no-nip. i.aiiguicr. j
. How long has the li'u nd-liip lasted.'
A. Twciitj-livcjear. (Laughter.
'I. And I he iione.-ty ? A. Ahvavs.
11c n a-ked whv he Ix Iii'Vcd Iha-
Kerr would want the money, and replied
hecuiie he had no claim upon Mr. Kerr.
lb; had in vi r told the story fullv bclore.
although he had made iilhiMoiia to it, Ih--
c.iu-e tin re was always much iiiv-ici
about the in n in r m wliu li he bad got
Gr i ll's iippoiutiucnt,
Mr. Elliott, altt r luithcr roi eediiig.-.
s4i. he w ished to read over the te.stimonv
bolh iu i liicf and cro-s-e xnminalion Ik-
lore going lurthcr.
lymcr caid the withe would be rc
called on iToss-exaiuiiiation.
Dantord luUrrogatcd the witness, who
said his lirst interview wiih Green took
place iu Washington. Green authorized
him to say be would pay money lor (he
appointment, as he had tried and could
not obtain the place iu any oilier wuv
Tlie anonymous letter addrcncJ to Kerr
mentioned the charge that the witness
lis 1 paid money to Kerr. Several parties,
newsiiaper uieh Included, had pursued
in. in e i ivi ii in i M.K
ulMiut the mutter to them.
O. iby 1,'eprcfflitative lymi-r). You
never said that District Atloinev Itllsn
and Darling crowded you, and that there
w as great pressure to induce you to make
the ttatctucut t
Witness denied that- he had said so.
O. Did J on not say that rather than
make the statement you would reign
the place you held III the appraiser's of
fice A. Yes.
O. Was not the preurc intended to
make you give a statement or clear out
of office r A. 1 did not euro for the
H.SO0 salary, as 1 can obtain employ-
ut ill uuiMUl.
Did yon not niHke your first state
ment lather ai a threat to Ingratiate
yourself Into the favor of your eni-
loyersr A. There was nn occasion for
The examination lor to-day being at
an end. Speaker Kerr remarked lie did
not want to retire without saying a few
word, and asked to 1' sworn. 1 his
having been done be said : "I only want
to remark tn-dav that l deny every ma
terial statement. 'made by this witness af
fecting my personal honor and official in-
fcgrity. That Is nil. HI were in sulll
cient health I would make a Htntcment,
of the circumstance w hich led to this in
vestigation in connection with
THE ANONY.MOI S t ill I I II
I revived, but I do not feel able to do so
to-day. 1 will further say that conscious-
lv I never knew this w itness in my lil,
but I do not sav or wish to he under
stood as saying'that he did not introduce
Green to me. 1 do not know six door
keepers about this bouse now, though
ihey are supposed to be my political
friends. 1 never consciously exchanged
one minute's conversation between
heaven and cartli with that person. I
never knew him and he never knew him
and he was never at my room, as he has
stated, and ot course I never received
any money from him. nor from any one
Mr. Crosby, chief cleik ot the war de
partment, produced papers relative to
Augustus 1 Green. The first was a de
scriptive list, dated June 12, lMift, and
signed bv Kerr, recommending Green to
be iiPDolutcd second lieutenant in the
army, snd certifying that Green was per
sonally known to him as :i person of
good character, and that bo believed
Green was mentally, morally, and phys
ically qualified to perform the duty of a
lieutenant lu the I'nitcd States army.
The next paper produced was also dated
.lunc 12, l1 0, and was from Nelson Tay
lor, addressed to the war department,
asking the return of the papers he had
tiled in liehall of Green. These papeis
were returned and afterward given by
Green to Kerr. 1 he third paper was one
I II. KI) W ITH 'I'll V. l ni.slDKM
by Hon. Myer Strouse. requesting the ap
pointment of Green. The fourth paper
was addressed to the secretary of war bv
Kerr, dated July 31. 1SG0. as follows:
"Will vou have the kindness to send the
commission ot Augustus P. Green to his
address ut Madison avenue. New York
citv. Ho vas nominated by me."
The filth was as follows :
llill'SK Ol' III I'llKSENTAMV i:s, WasII-
i.MiTu.v. April 18, 1S00. Gen. E. D.
TowxsK.xn, Adjutant-General Jfy l'm
Sir: Mav 1 trouble you to inform me
whether there Is now in the army a man
named Augustus 1. Green of the rank
of first lieutenant or any higher rank, and
it such person is not iu the army now
whether he was iu the last four or live
vears. am; how lie got out l onr at
trillion win greauy omige ine. t nave
the honor to be very truly yours.
M. C. Kl.UK
To this the adjutant general replied
that Augustus P. Green was a first lieuten
ant in the -1th artillery and w as dismissed
from the service bv n sentence of a
coui t-mai tial on March 28, 1ST;). He was
appointed in the regular iiriny on July
20, isOH. lie had previously served as an
officer of volunteers.
Adjourned till Wednesday.
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THE GRAND fVlARDI GRAS GARNIVAL
A Scene of Beauty, New, Novel and Interesting, Representing
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For lull pai tioiilar-i hv 1'ii toi ial
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On Hie I ay of Kiliiliitlon, ut oVliH-k in tlie nioriiin.!, at a ?)ljrlit ilvnco t cover rouiuiUion, etc
. Centennial Carnival !
y'aii-o, Saturday, June IU, 1S7.
76 - - - CENTEMIAT PATRIOTS !
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! MARDI - Git AS CARNIVAL COMBINATION!
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ENGLISH MESTAGERXE !
U-i!. It. ats, koihc ut whi.-li have htivtolore he 11 u..u.cil to ho iiiit;ti,i:,t,!,.
Dens and Corrals of Wild Animals,
ijf.rKeouly appoltitr-il, and perfectly original
nt'ciiy tiaiiicu iiiiiiiiai, live pertorinni Elephants, live peWoniiiii lioyal J'.cpal Ti
ut usurp money unJ nialio s
teotiou- lli-liv.uixhts" in
the country Hit
1,.. The ;irJ;iof the air. the at, h of Kinli r.
aii'l thoii-an Jit ol l,iotc-.iiie, Ui.-loiii' und Ki
Caiiciline in t'uinival (lately aul l loinloi'.
1200 Opora Cuuhicnod
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I'rooruiiiiiii ii, ninl our lllu-liateil I'letniliil, lli Aiivnm e
(ipviii Si al J, ami al-( 'l icki ts for liem lal Ailini-sirni,
Grand Fourth of July
truvfl r l,y l.mul aril V
. The Magnificent Wardrobo
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SEATING 10,000 PERSONS!
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tlio pul.lie pi'Oft .I'.n Cjhh nil tlu pri..
Hie Peniem of the .Itinj.'le
jiii Hcnlaiiye Cliarn -terii in
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