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JUiihen & Kiniinell keep tb b gro
wl ie in Berlin.
Key men Fine Candies constaiilly on hand
at A. E. Tisel's.
For Fine Cigars go to M. Sclirock, oppo
tite ilie Somerset House.
ISasy Cps and lial'.v 1'resM-s in gnat va
line, at Mm. A. K. lid.
Trniraiiro drinks on iee.al M. Schrc'.k's,
opposite tlie Somerset House.
AH the lateet uprinfr ani summer gooJa at
Matthews & Kinimcll's, liorlin, I'a.
If you want t!ie worth of your money, po
to Mitthews & KinimeaT", Ilcrlin, Va.
I.aee Curtains, W cents up. Curtain screen,
C cents up. Mm. A. E. I'HL.
M.Schrock never allows binself to be un
dersold in tlie grocery, flour and feed line.
A full line of colors of Wool, Cotton, and
Linen Carpet Chain at Mrs. A. E. 1'iil's.
Revolvers, Cartridges, and Fishing Tackle
at J. 11. IIulpexbafn's.
Fine Drrea Ginghams, 8 cents, at Mrs. A
The "milk shake" at Zimmerman's tobac
co store, is t'oing a flourishing business this
week. Try it.
Matthews it Kimmell are the leading mer
chants at Berlin. A visit to their store will
jiny you, as they are offering bargains that
Eye glasses at Bieeecker A Snyder's. Can
suit everybody's eyes.
Ntff A t'asebeer are tlie leading Jewelers
or Somerset. Call at their store for any
thing you want in that line.
"Milk Shake" at Zimmerman's tobacco
tore. Don't you know what it is? It costs
but a nickle to iind out.
For Georgia Marble Monuments and Head
Stones go to W. F. Shaffer, Somerset, I'a.
Georgia Marble takes the lead for monu
mental work at
W. F. SUAFFEB.
Hark numbers of the Iekai.i containing
full accounts of the liubergcr, Yoder. a'ld
Shaulis tragedies, can be secured at Fisher's
l)o you know that Sic I!ro. are to-day
the Leading Merchrnts of the county for
(ieneral Merchandise. We don't need to
blow about our goods and pliers, our cus
loim rs do the blowing for lis.
Sice l'.uon., Sipesville, Ta.
The place to get the celebrated Clover Club
Cicar. the best brand Tobies and line
K. B. CorraoTH.
Ilo you use Arbutus Flour? The best in
the nmrket. You can get it from M.
Minn k, who has ihe exclusive sule ol it in
Every man attending court will want to
take a new Summer Hat and Necktie home
with him. P. I- Caselicer keep nothing but
tJrnts' Furnishing Goods. Latest Styles and
You should get my prices before you let
your orders for inonuments and headstones,
also Granite Work furnished to order
V. F. Shaffer,
Ladies will find it greatly to their advan
tage to come and see my large stock of Mil
linery Goods before making ibeir purchases.
My stock is the largest, prices lowest, and
trimming aud work of the best.
Mb. A. E. Vhl.
Ice cool soda water at Iiiesecker A Sny
der's Drug Store. The only place in town
where you can get this delicious and cooling
Our Silk Warp Cashmeres and Silks, are
good and cheap. Mas. A. E. Vul.
Handsome all-wool siik-tinished Henrietta
Cashmeres, from 50c to 1 a yanl.
Mas. A. E. I'iiu
All kind of Marble and Granite work
famished at the lowest possible price. Call
and see at W. F. Shaffer's woras, Somerset,
The rule-of court reserving the t-pace in
side the railing for the exclusive use of offi
cers of the court, practitioners, suitors and
representatives of the press, is being rigidly
enforced. A tip staff is stationed at every
entrance to the bar, with orders to enforce
Ladies' Muslin Underwear is good and
cheap, at Mrs. A. E. I'hl s.
What's tiie use of carryings watch that
won't keep time? Better take it to Ni fTA
Casebeer and have it cleaned and naired.
For good things to eat and drink. With 3D
years experience in preparing the alxive
goods, I can honestly recommend my place
to the public When hungry and thirsty
don't go to the Side Show when you want to
see and get the best. It is not necessary to
say anything to my old customers that have
dealt with me for years, except to thank
them for their patronage and good will; but
those coming to our town as Si rangers and
in want of something to eat and a good
cool drink, Pisel's is the place and don't you
forget it. Opj-osite the court house.
A. E. Pisel.
A full line of fresh ground feed always on
hand at Schrock's Feed Store.
Vonght'e grocery is the best place in Som
erset to deal. He sells the freshest goods at
etb lowest prices.
no my. DKviaowiors.
STARTLING DISCLOSURES EXPECTEC
TO-DAY IN THE CRONIN CASE.
KrlentU of thti Murdered lloctor Endeavor
ing to Have tlie ISoolet of a IMifuntl
Hank Selrt-tl fr show TIeil Alssantlei
Sullivan lliut Williilmivli Money tc
wry Out the Ainu ol t!m Irl.h .Snetrtv
Two huects Arreted a lle.y or Two
C'liOAO"), May 31. There was a pro
longed conference in the afU'rnow. nt
the rooiiin of Mute's Attorney Iyinge
mt'kcr In'twecii tii.it ohicial and liyron
L. (Smith, receiver of the Traders' bank,
which suspended some months ago.
Hjililf Mortimer Seatdan und Patrick
Cavanaugh, the two hitter being among
the closest friend of lr. V. H. Cronin.
The object of the conference, which waf
licld at the instance of Cavanaugh and
Scaulan, was to lav before the state'
attorney the alleged facts relating to an
individual account wit'i the defunct
bank which it is believed Jy Cror.in's
friends ha an imMrtant bo-aring ou the
murder. At the outset a formal requ.-st
wai made of the state's attorney to seize
the books of the Uulk forthwith and
submit them to tha prand jurv. In
them, it was said, the body would find
ample evidence to bear out C'ronin's
ilcclaratiotH that a certain prominent
Irish-American had been jruiltyof ahujrc
embezzlement of Nationalist funds when
a member of the governing fonrd of the
Claii-Nn-UaeL In sup.n.rt of the reijucst
Scanl.m male a Ions argument, IK
Slid that while A!exandT Sullivan was
a member of the triumvirate he went to
I'ario and demanded Patrick E.an. th"n
an exile from Ireland and aL-tin
treasurer of the Irish Land league, tlie
sum of $10,uo0 to 1 usjJ in c irryina
out the aims and objects of the Physical
Forcemvn in the L uited States. Tins
sum was needed, he said, to furni!i c -r-tain
expeditions that had Urn planre f
in a meeiing of representative iiu'in'
of the C'lan-Na-iaeL
Keriiscd t9 Iay Over the Money.
Exa.ii, St-anlan went on to s:iy, refused
to pay over the money, an.l thi-rcuin'.i
Sullivan threatened to disrupt every lrUli
society in the I'nit'tl States, adding that
a lnri;e elemant wasdissati-iiiod witii tlo
management of Irish alfairs and oa tlie
vere of revolt A week was coti-uim.'d
in the discussion of the matter, and fi
lially Ejian jroised that the counsel oi
some uf his conferees should lie tak''n.
This was satisfactory to Sullivan and
Sheridan, the famous No. Cine of the
Phienix park "removals" and a leader of
the Physical Force men in Ireland, was
mutually agreed upon. Ilo was summon
ed to Paris by telegraph, and aft--r fully
considering the question decided that in
order to conciliate all factions ot the
Clan-Na- in the United States, it
would In- belter for the money to 1 iwi L
Thereupon F.an handed over to Sullivan
$'0.0 ri of t!t! National Little funds.
Tin- full amount was brought to (liicago.
Sc:inla:i went on to b it that several
liioiitiiia.'o. whn the institution went
into the she: irl's hands, lie ohtaiii-d pvr
mision to make a full examination of
toe Isioks in tin- interest of Oonin and
otlii-r prominent Irtslim -n. As a result
he foiin 1 th it tlie sum of $s ',iioo Hd
Uvn h'sited to Sullivan's personal
crislit. but h was unable to U-ani how it
was so d. in) jtcJ except in a arciientl way.
The whole amouut, moreover, ha I lieua
drawn out by inc. tin of a check.
It Was This Transac-tin
to which lh: Cronin had called the at
tention of tiic convention held at Phila
delphia, his lOatcmcnts nt tliat time
lieini; sitporttsl by Sheridan, who had
in the meantime come tj this country
nnd is now in California. Cronin ured
the appointment of a trial committee,
but Sullivan managed to explain the
matter away, and it was dropped until
lust summer, when the co tllictin cl ans
met in this city. Then Cronin renewed
the charges, and the now famous com
mittee of six was appointed to investi
gate, as has already Ix'ii r.-orted.
A majority report vindicating Sulli
van and signed by four iiK'iiihcrs is
already in existence, while Cronin had
just lefore his death completed a
minority reioit in ls-half of himself and
his colleague, setting fcath that the
charges hail lieen fully proven. 1 Villi of
these re nuts had lieen. intended for the
forthcoming convention of the National
League. Scanlan went on to argue that
there was a direct connection between
these facts and the murder, and in con
clusion reeated his request for an in
vestigation by the grand jury, anil of
fered to assUt that liody in going through
tiie books. Judge lyuigenccker listened
altenliv -ly, asking numero'.is ijiie.tions,
and when Scanlan had concluded he
promised to give the (itiesti in his serious
und inimediate consideratioru
Cut of this the day was non-productive
of dcvclopiin-nts, although the small
nrmy of city and private debftive
flitted hither and thither with as much
mysterious activity ns ever. It was re
ported during tho afternoon that Wood
ruif had confessed that Ice Man Sullivan
had hired him to drive the cart in which
the lody was taken from the cottage, hut
a denial was given by the police authori
ties. Unsuccessful clTorts were made by
Chief Hubbard to induce IVteetive
Coughlin and Woodruff to make a clean
statement of their connection with the
tragedy. Both absoluUdy refused to talk
Just liefore the grand jury adjournal
the chief ent'Ted the chaiulKT and h-ld
a brief confereniv with the body, which
is mipjosed to have refcren"-e to the
Senulun storv. Important develo;inents
are exjiecu-J t-xiay.
Williams an! Sn:lih Ki-lrax-.I.
Socth Hend, Lid., Mhv 30. Millard
Williams, arrejtel here for complicity in
the Cronin murder ca-e, is not the n r
son wanted and has lieen released.
Cf!H'Ao, May l!0. Willard J. Smith,
who was nientioiied as having driven Dr.
Cronin from his home to Lakeview is
practically out of the Cronin case. He
was taken to the county jail yesterday
afternoon by Chief Hubbard, where ha
met I) tectivelAmghlin.
"is this the Smith you referred to as
the man you recommended to Hinan, the
liverv stable keeper?'' asked Hubbard.
"No, sir; lie is not," was the prompt
Chief Hubbard then told Smith he
could consider the case endsjd, so- far as
he was cone- ncd.
Sleeting of Amrrlran Trtot Koeiety.
Eostos, May 30. The seventy-fifth
annual meeting of the American Tract
society was held yesterday. William C
Chapin was elected president for the en
suing year. Tho report! showed that
the work of the accioty is being con
A GHASTt,' FIND.
A Woumn fn-iial l:itl In Her li:iuiu nnd
Iter Still Iliili.i3 Wilkn (r
NiiW Yot,K. Slay 2?. The one hundrwl
Oiviijv.r.ti of the tenemeat hoil.se S t. -iVJ
ri..t'Mt.clh si net have b.s.n trou'.LJ
hiti ly by an o:Teiisive odor, bp 1 yesUT
J:y"the police were called in to locate
tfii'sourco of t;ie s.n(!I. It seemed to
pris.f.l fr.ua tie Kpartments of Mrs.
liridg' t Ilaui-ahnn, and on breaking iii
thein tne (lead nnd dwaving lwly ol
j!r. Hanrahan was found m the Kick
room. Th -w.jLiau ha l ev : d-titly Nsn
deal a: l.-.i.-t a v.-ci k. In the front roiu.
in the midst of liltli and squalor, lay Mrs.
Hanruhan's l:s-year-olil foil. John, de nl
drunk. I'rorii Bpi'.-arano-s. ho ha. I
eaten no'.hing .;n I drank ail he co t'd get
for sec ral days past. The m-ighlairs
think that tb. young man. who was a
wostid.-sj sot. had ls--ii h' idirig a qaiet
wake over his id. ther's L!y all by liim
e.. 'ill.' worn in was nio a heavy
diitikf-r. S!i ilia not work. Lot lie I in
a miserable way on some saviiiirs that
she had made when formerly employed
as a servant. The mother nnd sun were
uniociable and di.-arr.sable, and the
other occupants of the hou e saw and
knew but little of them.
Ari-11 Clnu-irist With Kunler.
Cl.M-l.sS.-.TI. May !). ( I iiTord Porter,
nn owner of race horses at Latonia. was
urr.-sted yesterday afternoon and lockcl
up in tlie l 'oviiigton. Ky.. jail, charged
with murder. 'iV-puty' sheriff Jerry
LH'iier of Calveston. Tex., arrived bet
night with n nsjuisition for him. The
niur.'er is said t ) have been coniiiiittt-l
some time ago in a quarrel at that place.
Poif T i a very wealthy mail ami im
mediately employed Senator Oocb, 1 of
Covington to defend him.
Hi. rn-;ie Instate,
i ;iViiiK.M r:. May 2!. ('. S. Swecland
has bin appointed by the supreme
court trustee of the Sjirague estate, vice
Clu-nris'. deceascl. Tb- creditors of the
estate have lsvn iiotii:?l that the ac
counts of the di ce.is "I tru. t. nro now
ready for examination.
NiW3 IN ST.r.
Wcrk lias be n vc-iimed o:i the Pitts
burg govt rniia lit building.
It is stteil la it the ( ii..,iinsTs on the
"" road are agitating another stri!;".
ltrilliant. O.. id to receive a water sun
ply from V.'i ll-burg, V. Va., across the
Col. Andrews, chairman of the Kepub
lican stal" committ will locate in
Pittsburg in a low days.
A tool dresser named Orr. working on
an oil well at Lit'.le V. a.-hingtoii, was
fatally burned by gas on Tuesday.
Tlie Pittsburg a-id Allegheny C. A.'U.
soci titi are in. iking elaborate prepara
tions for the uliM ivatiiu of Jlcmorial
The Clay county. V.'. Va., grand jury
brought in six indictment Tuesday
r.gaiust the l'ev. Jani -s Smith for gam
bling. Four sticks of dynamite were found
on the truck of the Illinois Central rail
road at Kourt-cntli street, i.'urago, Tues
Hurciiirs bro';e the wi low in front of
Kirk's hardware store. New i',i.-tle, P..
T.icsilay. mi l st. le a quantity of knives
A wreck on the Ibnis itonic r:u!road.
near Bridgeport. Conn.. Tuesday, cau.si.d
the death of two inei and seriously in
jured two others.
Kx-Seiiator Piatt and Ceri. Kus.sidl A.
Alger will leave in a few days for
Alaska, where tiiey will rusticate for a
couple of inoatiis.
(if.rge Martin, a lad age 1 1 3, living at
(irafton. V. Va,, accidentally shot him
self w'lile out hunting ou Monday, lie
was dead when found.
At I'liilji'lel.thia-Caifl. Irwin nimle bis re-airsar;ir-.-'
r.ni! as a result the hinr.e lc.nu
ki:ive a niueh Ik iut exhi hil inti of It'ion work.
'I'lto t'alii.. whifli wis lost Ly the 1'hiUir in
in., liint !i inniii ' anil tinullv r. ileemr.! in tfte
t-ot li. ttlmti.-:l ill shure riel.iit. pl;is. t p to
ll- mn'a lnnnei tl:t ImltotKiit luttfl tnuti.
was very liylit. The I'll iiie nuele ln rniM
in the fiisL noting un i (mis Iwim? m l;itls.
sinl.s io I'h'inenls aiul .Muhey nii:t lillnlnp's
wi-.l threw, 'i'lie store Wie. Il.-tl iti tin. Ithrlh
innini; on Stsl. y's o::-lf. Sinui.i8 fore, hit
and a ilroi'isl tin-own iiall h Irwin. Tlie
l.eitie te-on went aiii-a.l hiridn in lite tenlli
iniilair hi .eitrin Ihree runs mi two ih.uhl.-s
Itllfi two stuie;- mitt Ihe visili.is tailled tw it e
on tliKv suetoi-lve -ile.'le.s, Seore:
Pl.iln.lelpliia... 2 o o 0 il ll n 0 3 "
t'ittsbati: II 0 O II 0 U II I) 2 2 4
At YCjvhiliztim- Wa-hinto:i.:;; Cleveland. 5.
At ll'Mtni - lteit'ei. It: 'Iiieitu'o. .'I.
At New York -New (irk, 7; I iitllannlitil.s, 0,
At Colmiilms- 4 '.tliiinhns. ;; Hrookiw.l.
At llailoii.se-iU.lli'ix". ".; Mtil. lie. I.
At I iii. iii.a.Ti - beue-viiy. l:.':l"iuciaitatl, 13.
t Vwib Muney Iarkst.
Nkw Voi'.K. Mav J0.
Torify rl.ert at 4 tx-r ctat., the uiirhe.it
rn-'f. lo". esr. 2 in-r ts-iit.
Kxi hailir-eo-ei i.le:eH-; pTe 1 raVs. 54. 7.
I.1; a. t'ini r.il.-s. 4.s;-i l..-.; fur sixty Uas
altl il.V-' 4.''-4 l.rt- i:-Mt;t:el.
llovern.Mieiil le.r. i l(.st! sle.nl v: rnrrenrv (V.
1.2t' s Liti; 4s toiiM)ii, 1J."I bul; 4' tlti, l.tii s
Pacific niiiis:irl lon"ts rits,-1 ns folh.w.:
I'liloa hi-sl, 1.1'. to 1.1 if. ilo liuiil crams 1 M
Iti tio sitiitiar tiuul'., I-IT1-..; l-:ttr:ti. I.)i
to 1.1 I.
Jew Voril i'rouec Kxcliiie.
Nkw Von;. Mav i.
FT.nfi: t !se) llrm: winier. tine Bra'tei.
$".'.i.e -.!; sri'isr do. .'.ol ;..!; wmih-chiio
v.u.ter. jjir,.!.!",; tt., sprite, t-.'l''' '-era
N(v 2 wilder. j;l.W(...i: .! ;eii:. JJ.s.
H.-'i: extra No. 1 v.Milei. ; ' l.s",; ,lo
:.t'- l.l.V ( i!y ;tn t mill -.ra, i.l'.i lor
S et lii(!ies: s-ml uern t1o"r t lued we;ik; tratlv
mi.l fauniv t.Mra, tj.i'J.'--".liJ.
St 'lfv'til -Kaw tiria; fair reMiiine. r.e; re
flmsl tiuel; ellt loitf niel rru-hed. lie; etllu-',
N'qe; jMiWflerL'.l, s,'..s;,(,.: t'raind;)le.t and
Uiollid A. SI je; ( onft-( ! ioners' A. K-c; eolftre,
A Maiubir.l. SI4-: t one.-, oir A. ', I VIii s. ;
iviiite. Kim C, ;i .; lelik; rll.iw, u
b I UI-1.
l; ITEK-FIrm: cartcro creamery, Kl.".,!!!,;
wtsleilt '!o. IH ' ISf.
I IIKrK -liiu. l; factory. New York h"d
liars. .f s.., ,
KitS (.-(iiel: fr.h eastem li r-. r s. 1 li. 1 1 'c;
'Canadian do. lie; western. liiV'tl 'ic.
1 ill- ftE- ruir It in. tsi-.
Chicago. Mav 29.
WHEAT-Stronir nnd litglier. Frosts were
rejsirletl in Mii-aian, Indisii , and the north
wet and the whorls hastened tt; tovt-r.
OA'I S Higher and in symiuit'uy with wheat
ritOViSIOXS Wfakeron lu-enr.nt of laruo
rereii.suf botes and a break in prices. I'(.rk
MllTered 1111 11101 and eloMsi l.'mJlie lower.
Lard lot "'r,;q- and ribs e.7le. J'aekers
wt'lc free sellers early.
East Liberty tattle MxiUrt.
East I.iBKirrr, Pa.. .Mav 29.
CATTLE-Reeelits. 2UI ljeatl; .hipimnts.
O bead. Market la 111 and prw tm urn hatiifi;
prime, $4,2.V.V M; l.or lo k.w!. Jit.ne.l.Hl;
coii.innii. 4W.i'.i."it!; slmktis and Indent,
HKiS- Krreipts, 1.III0 he.-ei: shipment, l.lm
bead. Market plow; I'liilaoei pl.les. H.i"".l
4.;o: pies and Vorkera, Ji.w.(,4.;u. 1 Uree tars
Khlpivd to New York.
Ml CKP-htrelpla, 4.21U Lead: hijmenta,
teAK.' lica'J ilai ktri steauJ; pru us uucLangisL
U.NUAVKLlNii Til:: SKU.N.
THE Cr.ANDJU'V 1N"!CT C0'JHLIN.
,ULL!VAM AND ELAS3
l or the V. ileal J!-t.b r nT Dr. Z'. t'ron;:i.
Many V. II. 1. .ss i;..iii;:te.'. but till
ing I'retla". 1 to I'.-o;. f'tt:-. piracy.
Toe t!er.t I Ke! fat; s ifs .-Mt.'meui
Tliat t!ie lan-r ; rno-rcl tl.e
loetnrs Itrmov ll n:l t-xpla' .s li.tw it
fit a: -bi About.
(iiK'A'lo, j! IV
). Th.r grr:! 1
la.t evening i. I r a
seven li tirs ii.Jit r.d
til'- L.i "vi. w
Cottgiihn. P. O
ice (P-aier. tnvt t -ran.: t::icu. ai. is ii
ruil. for tli-' iii id nrar b r of i r. i. II.
Crania. l;!r.ck is the man arr -ite.S for
stealing th.? white Imr-e an I tig t i which
the phy-ician wat dtiven to k.s death,
and wliotol la w jolly ttory r '.su'.iing lr.
Cronin s li ivi.ng l.-u I i';i'n to a'.t "1 1 tho
woman who, n-tdy. a; le claimed, was
afterward hidden in tii - trunk. Over a
score of witnesses, including both l'r
sonal and political frie.'sof the murder
cd man were examine'!, but no evidi 11 'e
was produced to irove a co-is; lirucy. and
the private pa;-is alxnit whn-h ma' '!
has la-en sai I were. 'it fr '.u fie bo iv.
As a nsult of tl;" iovi-iic iti- :i it was d -cided
by a una.-iini-mt vote to iri' l'ide
trie three pri ait-.-s 1:1 .!..' i:i hct :i;vit of
tlir.s? counts, on-; cl;:'.:".'ia: t!i"ui w itli
killing Dr. CiMoi.i ui'li a ;;Iiiac ins'ru
ment, th" se,'.. 1 t al'egm ; t'i of a
sh:;i; instr'i:n .-nt, an I tit t : 1 vi:!i
iii-tr;imcnts and lieaas u-ikn.'.vn."
Tiie indictments w.-reciani-.-d t Ju Ige
Williauiton an t tho jerv lv'o.t ;, I f.-r :'i.
nieht. St:f Attorney fjorigen '.''ier .-21 id
sub'.tientlv that til-' .-.lion of acn
soiracy w.n not iavc.-tigate 1 ia n::y f- i ai
and iat the matt.-r ic.til l not U- Utaen
up again by the pii'j-nt Ixidy.
'ihe Manittitle el the 4oe.plr:,.ev.
It is said upon ale-olnt" aTihoritv '.ii.t
tlie xhce ure only j..-t l; .riM:ii!ig to get
un in-tight- into the magr-it'i.ie of the
coMspitiuv. A!l al-:ig fi.-y hive U.-n
wtirking on the ti?'sey that it was coa
lin.tl to a few. Within tli !c-t Iwefy
foiir hours, however, tii-y hi v.- c-oe-into
h-i-i.p!in' iiiiorinati. 11 iii.it
it la-yon 1 tlie shadow of a .'.on 't t-i t :,t
leat a score i t ia l.viilu,.'., v.-.-r cti-n.-cttsl,
d:tx-ctly or ia-i'r-' tly. v.t;ii th-diab-.iieal
aifair. Am 0:1 t-v--. it i-.
s;iid. iff 1 i-.-'it of tl,.- 1 1 i t p o u:i -it
Irish Niitioaal.-ts in tae ;.. 'ih.-s.' .i-e
being shad ..w-1 dav :ii niat; n-l so
much wi.ii t!i vi---of a-iy ioitn -d: a!.-arre-t.
but a. tii ' ; li put i! "1 vt r to
suiiserve to- ii.tr -it f j-i t. ."
Among tii." U--t an I 1 1 1 t ivi iely kno n
of the eighl i A!ex;:j,.. i- Si.Iii-.;in, tie.
ex-pr.-sideiit "f t!r lii !i l.i'i I le ,-;i of
Am.-ri -a. II.- :-. i-rdn:ly the Is-t
watch's! man iii Chic ig 1 to .icy. Shad
ows illf. -sr tlie o; i-V Ot' t'l - (1li"!go
lion ii bn.l.Ii.i ;.
are 1 -cat-.. ,!: t: -v
i-i w'.ii.-1 h,s
lilt ::ro-.ir: 1 tii..
bis ft . t-t p
11' court boiiv.
oil IVis .--.r- .-t
, wi,--! c!o,--i-!
ie p u t. -r ot' lii.-
tipja-r coiTitlo:-: teey .1:
wie ii be j-oosj a-rou t 1 t.
nod they iiivebi. b .iw
under siirve'U".ni-c. I :l
ill bis c.oi.-e or '.vhen i 1 1
home is he free fro'-.i tin ir
4 hlt-r nf rt:le.- It 11
practici'l'ty alm'ttel that
sponsible for this t-jiiuni:
c.ini-d to sc.y u,e: wiiat
based. a!'iii- ii.ii be hie.! -done
tohatisfy Croain's lii
in tli.' sa-iie 1 r -..ill It? .-..i
he w:u ri-ln-.t
1:1 la ii w.ts
1 that it wit
I that 01' itii
the stream of !iii-ct evidence tiiat had
been wi'tied in irmti h't.-i tii r" wis no?
a single t.ict that points' t i:i the iiii-e-t
ilegree to Alexiitn'er Sullivan's culpa
bility. The friends of the letter and
their niiiniier is legion take tii' gro'.i.al
that he is Ix i'.ig oatnig ou ly persecute d.
He is, they say. U'i.ig made a mark of
by men who Itr.ve U-en opjiosed to h:::i
for yean in seen t ss ieie-s a i l who are
now only to willing too take ad-.a"ta of
the pn-M-iit e.tcitenieiil to identify hi. 11
with the crime in tlie ciii lie mind.
W:t His "removal" tlrdiwlf
Tlie Herald to-day in ;n elal o at.- art!
t ie reiterates its toi-m-r stat.-au-nt that
lr. Cronin was remoivd" by tiie 1 I m-Na-'.i:ul
ail. r trial an 1 cnnvii ;ioii of tie
ciiarge of being a l'ritlsh spy. i de
clares cin tiin taritl :li .- that nn o.":i--er of
the order known us a deleg ale c-il'i d
Uxl the fiiior. gua.-lian of a North
Side camp to appoint a trial oincaiti.-e.
No namet nor s;h- iticationi were given.
At the 1 ext meeting of the camp it wa.
announetsl irid-.-r the rtil.-i pro. i le 1 for
such ociasit .us that atrial coinniit'ee
was rcuuircd. liiit h man present wrou
a Iiaine on a piece of p:ij). r. When all
the Klips bad lo-n depositei! in the ballot
box it was deliver .1 to a tru-ty in-iiiia-r.
vtho rotir.ti I them and st l.s-ied ta
seven tlcit r.i-eived tiie liii-ie-st rum: 1 r.
I-tcIi was "!li i-l'iy iM.fi." -t of tiie fa :.
wliii" iiie tlii atcei-v.i a! ones -umpiy
received blati!; r.S'ps. Tlie -oi.-.i;i.l-t"i?
ni i within a week toi l for the
first lini-' I.e. vii" nw.it-' of cacli ot.i rs
identity and id o t'i.'.t of t'ie lit a e. -i .:i
they w.-ro to try out th" die. rg' pre
ferred. H-'iice of ail t!. r.i- iii! isof t ie
order only th" committee. t.'a- ma-i pr.
erriiig tiie charges :c .1 w iint .
ex.'i'.aine i w -r' co.-t;i ':irit of t.e' jt-
SOTllditV of til.' !.-m!v Ol i-s .l-.)ei-e liil. s.
C harges wit." prei.
11 -t Ci.-iiin
of ln-iiig a I'iiii 11 si -':
guilty 1 y a c.rtan 1.1
scntficeti to 'it- "reu-fiie't.
v as fa ni l
In same iv.it
kiaiwledge of the e jaoeeeiiiags c.-im.. to
t ronin and b.-iice h ., 1 .1.1-iit st ilt -men
1 4 jttst before be m.-i bis i".;tlt that
a viol -lit end w.ii in s'oie lor him. The
article nl.o says that ti." oi:i 0'1'ect o:
the p.vseaec in Chi; ag.iof L'.tke l i i. 1:1 of
I'liiiiuleloliia. v.i - is one of the
triuniviate now ritling the cider, is to
I'-atn the iiutnU-r of ti.e camp i y v.i'ich
the con-.iiiiti'V woa aiitH'tsitc-t.
Tise ('oriicn's Jury.
The coioticr's j'ti v visited tlie cittae-e.
the manhole n.vl tlie ! '.ili'v ia wlti-h
the trunk was found ami up-m rcturni.ig
to tiie city adjourned until tula v. A
widow named Hamburger his tinned
nver to tlie jmlico a suit 01 tl;in:: ! u:i l r
clothing and a ve. t which were found
by her two Uys, aged an 1 1 1 yr,r. ie.
a clump of Imsh-M 0:1 the tivaiiston roe.d
not far from th-sp it wh re tie- trunk
was t'tiscovensi. Tiie o.ii.-crs are rii-.-:
terious regarding the tiii l a:i 1 re: a e to
say wh-iher the articles h iv.; b ; n ideii
tilie.l as having been wora by the
C'tnc.v-iO. May C-.b J.iim Cii ison an 1
bis wife, who ov. ii tin' cctt .'re in which
Or. Croiiin was m 11 1-L ied, give soiii
startling t.-stim. nv to the g-o., ju;-v.
They te titi ! that Kiaik -Vidimus, tii
mysu-riotn i.traii-er win retite-.l the
cottage, after paying tii - !i.-,t m itoii's
rent in advance ami ta'oiig .1 receipt !'o.'
it. went direcily to the hcuae of 1. O.
Sullivan and cnte:e;l it by the tear iloor.
hen tiie t coed montii'a itot Ucai.ie
Aju V!!'i..:.. a-;aiu te.a.'.o !iU api-.-m "--.
at tin-1 aii i 'il h-Hi-c. paid ti.e rent and.
as went Stibivan's li..'t v. Ji
be ts in -t by Milliv.in :r th- rear door.
Tl:e two ni.-ii sr-s) i nt pla n i.-w of til l
Car!s..i s. Wiliia n ; ?ut bis Il iad 1:1 bw
pocket. rmiu -fl a ii:! of p-i;vr :aip-i.si-1
. be t v teceipt for th.' relit
which h' hand.-l to Subiven. The ice
111:111 I..ked el it and pro-.lu el a roll of
bills, counted out a cerlai 1 11m cia! nod
haii !e I it t W illi .'us. T.ie . ntir tnns
nctioii was i,: I by U.t.-i lr. mil
Mrs. Carl s a. p -i!.vt iv s-.vorn to and
in-iiiitaiue-l t :r- a ch a l i ,id ross-cx iiui-
11:1 ti. .a.
rmlih l-.:.iitler t.
CitK'.Ve . Jlav- -'il. A t Will ir-.l J.
Si.ii'.li Wits 1 -aviug tie- court r aim afrer
lli.'gran-l jury s.-i. -n h. w.n ns-o .'iii.ed
bv 1 rani: : :.-i.a.i. tii.' hut man wiios iw
lir. roil in alive, as th u.-.kaown 111 in
who dr..v.. away with the tnnri -ri-l :n in
in tiie bug.'v ba'.l! ' I by t.ie whit.- h -se
of the fat.-.lV-itr ! iy lii git. Mr. fyan
l.m too! a lor. ; lx'i at S.i.ita and dt?
clatvd that he co-a'el not l-e mistaken.
T-iis iriloi-iiiatioti wai given to Opt.
s haacs. A consultation was ln-1.1 but
it was decided not to arre .t Smith at this
tini . Smith is tiie m in who claimed
la.: Sdiniav t'lai he was tiie Smith refer
ral tabv u-l ctiveCVjghhn a hisfri -u l
Tii- Si-p;oed llrlrer ArrTl.
S.i'Til P.r:.r. In-I.. May 'U. Millard I
Wiliianii of ti i city was arresttsl la-t J
iii-ii! at a far :i lions,, near Chain Lakes,!
ai.o'.lt s-v. ii !:;1 -s itolll ttAVil, wiier'h"i
I: 1 1 U i tisiiing. He i4 sn.ps tttl of
ls-in-' tlie .-rs.i,i wh 1 tlrov-a tii" rig con
tai.iii'.g tae ic-.iiain-; of ti:; i.o i'.l r.-d Ir.
I 'i'oMia truM tie' cottag c;ii Ashl.iud
avi! !' to the cit.-ii b i.-:n wh -re the
i.-.idy was a'.t . nv;-.pl foiiad. Williams
r fn .-1 ! 1 -si .- nnvii'o.g. l!- a-.vain tli'
di-posi:i-ti 01 lii.' t iia-r.go iiutiiorities
wi:o x iil proi.ai.-ly remove him to that
l it ." t i-.iav.
t .e dru 4 .nl
A-.... iil.- It is ht.it.sl that
Vrriiik V.i4..ir'iiii. alias frank Piair. lias
iti'.-l.. a f tlii confer!-ei. ciy.ng foil wir
ticu.ars of tie' u wtui rnm '. lb" bad
iiwibi 1 g w Iiatev.-r t. . d . wuh tiie mtir
r. but :,!;.-r tiie lie -1 had l-.-n c.in
i.n;: -.l lie .t.ove t'le lior-. T.-.e i.iiir-(ler.-ri
ii!i.-nd.! Ihr.wing t;i laly into
!ll l.tSe. 1 tit lle!.-U tt igoil wit. tli the
o-l!-I 11 I s"..p'. nh -;i opjs. lt.'
tiie ( ilt- il .. 111. til.'V to"!i tll-
i..t!v-oiii ( t!i t":iaW an 1 throw it iut-i
it.- '-. .-. . r. V.'.H ;.;i:r tli n part. I w.tli
t..-- tv.-o io--:i. they r -turning t- tie' ci:v.
v.-.ol h w.;a 1 i . J away 111 iiin.'.iier di-
IN THE TOILS.
A .!tk Snlriii:.r l'ltially Hull llovn mi.1
I. et. tl ill Jul'..
ClHt A'io. May :.'i. A mall who has
bee:-, "iMiig t ie cu-toni 1 ollicials her" a
Vii-t am unit i f troul le for th" p 1st
year lias br.r.liy Nvn arr.-.t-sl. ben
aiie-t.-d he gave til' name of Morris
Ki. ckcng.T. and has since Us'ii itlentitie-l
ai a f iiiier clerk in the New York
cic.li 111 i:oaje. and who, un b r tlie name
of Jam e-i Itv. served one year in tiie
Marylaii-l pcaitenriary for similar pRii.'
liees. lie also served a t -nn iii jail at
Milwink-e under the nam.' of John
Cartrizht. I';ecken;rer has swiinll.sl
more tiian a hundred housewives during
bis op -rati -.ns in tiiis city, bis plan la-ing
to cai! at a p.-ivat r:-.id"ii during
1 -.i-.ioc.is In.ur. and say that a package
iiailbs-n received nt the cutom house
lor tiie 1 i'ly of the hoiiie, on which tiie
!n!ien. if paid at once, would save tiie
con.-igius' alavit xln, its the goods would
not then have to go through the ap
praiser's bauds. The alleged customs
charges were usually paid to tlie
swiicler. who n-pp-n'iiteil liimself a.-a
ca t atn iciie r. ami later it would l
discovered tiiat there were 110 goods at
l!ie custom house as represented.
Ttit. 1'etiiale Walk. i
W.-.siii.S(;TiN-. May Ji. Shortly before!
ijiiibiigiit of the ws-ond day of tin
w iii::-n's walking la.-.tch at Kerr.ait':
l-aaas. M'lio has held the lead from tii.
s'ait. f-piiiib-d and tini.died her fn-l
ill. 11 I gnat applju-e
v. ltbdiawn. The scon
at 11.1 I
M.ti k' .
Al a.-l I.
K 11 v
fu ll III I'l
PI- isreenic't Iti ttis- S.tHto.a f'mi fr rrrter.
I e.i'iN. May V.-T!e' News' r.-rii-i '
tolTi -S..1 t' ilt reJH.rts that lii-aglYelie lit:
Mils III 1
mi iinj-ortaiit K.int in lie!
I'-i c.-. Tiie in. titer i't is-,ie '
s.ua- a:i t
.ad v tie
( term. in m l -nrntf 1
1 .aims, a 1 I tii'
f !o-e of tiie ( t;-,,t
pr-spc-t for an e.ul
ifiice i.- coo -i-l. ied les-
T tilai.rtie Wlii'ts If' 'inn.
San !':-v: i -a 11. yi.w i'i. Ij. I'.lanclie, j
the M.i..ii , 1.0.I Mike Lie ie i Troy,
I .!' it toe but of a series of contents
f.r t'ie liii eia-'Wcigiit chiinipioiwhip ot j
.' .a. 1 1 -a In re. 1- ltianelie had th" la-st
if tae ti-ll t'.iioisghout, though I.ucij
t ill io l?ll'g:..'. 1 low a mid gained lii t
1 I'm-! i 1 Lhc liliid round. Ij Hlarielie
kn.K'ke.l Lii. ie out ill the thirteenth
Iai-a.it rout 1'lrr.
VlKNXA. May '!. A dis:i.,trous fire has
swcj't tiie town of I'l.ilhajce, in Austrian
(cihci.i. Sixty hoiis.-. n rhur h and ti
s.-ii:i'oii:- have la'ii tlestroyed and a
1. rge tii.iniiM-i- of lives were Itt. Twelve
l i.e-'s have I i-p'i taken frora the ruics
a id wovken'ti are excavating as rapidly
as j..-s. iole lo n.acli others known to Lie
leal it .!.
IN-frimiiii lit l-e a lliestnut,
St. I'rTcr.-LlRfi, May 2a. The dis
covery of )lots against t!ie life of the
1 -'.nr are now of iilmo.t daily occurrence.
Tiie Kii-sian police hive discovered
numerous stcitties with ramiiicatioii
a '1 over tiie ceuiinent. who-i- si. I., niir-
ii-use set-'ui tube the murder of tltf
Ku siaii e.'iiperot-. The police are follow
ing cities that lea l Is'vond th" borders of
li.issi.i an I are ei:li-,ti'ug the aid of other
coualrics in tiie search.
te!ttli r an Kx-Cttiierrsitiiiitn.
Ci'.'iws pnixr. N. Y., .May -'!. Ei
C.iii ;r.-ssin i'i Joitn H: mm mil died yes.
It-May ot cousurnptitea. jj,. w.n ,
.re. i.l-nt of tlie I 'nm ii Point Iron com- j
pa:iy iail hal lxs-n prom nent in tli"!
bil-in.-s a::d )!itical cin b of this piirt I
ol the f tare. II.- w.isc..oii.-! of tile Fifth i
N. w York cavalry during tiie war. J
li :r.:v:. May -"l. Th Kreutz Zcitung
u'iUes tiiat alieiniaa Protest aut bishop
1 ic w ill ioon l fuuadel ia Jeru-saleiu.
IF yon wan! the Lest return f r i. ,!r
investment .11 a
. T 7 T ?. fytTi
r a Ton.l ct.-ne you n:c.-t so 1,. H j;
Koontr.. of the
H. H ZI lii ii'i IL Ivi.4 r;4 ,
TOBACCO & CIGSRS.
CIoARETTES, PI I'M an.l sM.,Kt;
Fishing Tackle, Baseballs, &c. I
'.m BAKBKit SHoFloNNEi-rKl.. "j
MILK-SHAKE, SOMETHING NEW j
SiiKT IiRlNKS, Km ITS. ic
N. W. Corner cf the Diamord. jy,
nco:;o;.!Y is Wealth.
We understand hat the t.ple want
They van' goods at the lowest jm.
Ttiey art to pay cash nnd saie L". ti
."rt) ji-r cent.
Tbey don't want to pay enorniou. j.r.
ces f. .r the -callsl L-t g"sis in ti..
Tbey ilon't want t pay their ne h.
or' deb! when th-alinr with a .-re-i.:
-tore, which tbey are ob!n;isl to ,!,, 1
.-ail' the dealer must put on en- u -I
rofit to make up for Ins kwses by tl..w
w bo don't p; y.
I'ait tbey tlo want to buy from a fin
that Hells only for cash and one pra e t
all, is 1 1 1. Il is the lowest -ssibie priis
and who buys directly from beii.b.ii'trtcs
and pays the cash, thereby securir.i: :
the consumer the advantage of a large.!;..
count: also, sayinu a ilruiiriier s saiarr
and lastly, saving the consumer a .1.
connt for paying cash.
The policy of the Bargain Store is (,
uive the buytrall the tliscount.
Evervtiiing in the line of Clothirn
Tinware, Shoes. Hardware, Notions, et
to be had at panic prices at the
Sotiih e.i.t corner ltiainond.
The advocate of tlie liest inter
cst.-j of the jieoiile, and tin fiivoriitcr:
new?iiajicr of the county.
A T. TrinT TTr" trfn ' ' A
Is most carefully edited. .laf
cd tn the Wiiiit-i of ititcMigc.H re;: - i
We believe in the Rt-.uh!ie.. .
jiarty witli all our strenslli, and lie!
nig the lioni'st enforcement of i'
ji.iiicij.Ies a the liuhest and 1
truarantee of the rmi.iie wcl:'.i.'
we shall support them with all tl
strength at our command. WL!
strong in asserting what we
siiler the best political interests 1
the cotintrv wc shall nlwavs tn:
opposing parties with fair p!uy
give them the coiiiidertition I- "hii cut
... , ilVtjoh
ojunions honcstlv expressed .-iioi-., !'0rp
always receive. nir njac
THE SOMERSET HERAL-
iti worth, merit and enterprise f'pwer
taiiily occupies a priiiniiiciit I"-1""',,
i tlOIl aillOIP' the coiilitv
$2.00 PER YEAR S2.C.. O:
Ip Yoi; Want ALL the Nk.-
TIIE Col'N'TY SlTISCKIIiE.