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Syracuse Daily Standard (Newspaper) - June 14, 1889, Syracuse, New York Standard gracuse tmtimrt) ESTABLISHED 1898. 8TRAOU8B, N. T.. FRIDAr, JUNK 14, 1880. PBIOX THRU COV. H1LUAYS JiAY The Illinois Ciuot Hue Marwey tad McDoMkL ft TECHNICALITY IN THE WAY June grand jury to. day continued investigation of tbo fr.nnn uiurdur. Mr. and CoakUag, tl.-c.irl.oii. and Pat Dlniia wereexam- IIH.I. Thn testimony alrengtbened the J. Maroavy. now under ar- rci in New York Thirl of Hiibbanl nays that Thomas Desmond, un Irish Nationalist of Kin r'raacltco, who Is suspected of eoav fill. >t) In lira Cronin murder, and wbo la t.. have Riven the York detec- the hua been located la Baa rr.inciM-0, and hands van laid on him wlieiifvvr lie is wanted. signatun of in McCoy's Hotel register compared with the bandwril- iu K letter signed "Frank Will- vrritlcu Carlsons from a p-.iut in Indiana In nlation to the Mitoflhv cottage In which Cronln was killi'l. 'Ibu between them ...iill to b' very marked. H.II.I jr.l admitted that bad two aten in K.uiaaaCity watching Mlvbael Holand, u.. recorder of police of that city, and a furiuci niritiber of notorious "Arc you Bolng to ainat BoUndV" Chi. I lh.it will depend upon tbeaetlon ofthe Grind replied the Chief, evaalvely. It ia that BMalv'a Attorney an Indictment against Bolaad and the offlc.-n an In City ready to t.ike llolaiid when Indictment U n- TUin.-d. Thn rcfua.il ofUov. Hill to grant ap- plication far surrender of Maroney an.l McDonald to tho Illinois oflleera haa ere in.1 a aunsatlou in official Thu Mate'a Attorney will to-morrow vrco the Uraud jury to at cnoa render a j.irn.il report rinding an indictment bfiiiKt Maronny and McDonald. ALBANY, requisition prusented to-day from Uov. Dlil) tu (iov. Ktler of Illinois tlie rurri-ndvr of John J. Ma- tt and I'harlee McDonald of New York i with complicity In the mar- sler of Dr. HOIIIU of the more Ignorant the belief that i'ronin a killed Mm in a mistaken Idea MII v the order a SVN o, I'cuni'ml iMvntionnl being wanted for iiy in thu lir. Cronlu murder, figure 'ierr during Sand J.ot .isii.u on. Through Dnnnis Kear- Inlfiienre IIH was elvetinl sheriff. JNMHI.H.I tfj.ncd notoriety in aa ilir of the Caialpa fltted out In ti fcnian prisoners In June Den- i- IK-HI and claims to lived 3-r, May '.M. He offend to aur- T Tuler to tlm police here to-day, but hail no authority to him. limn" that he and McDonald in New York on thr day of Jiur.l-i Tli'iniaa M. Walsh, a J and a well known Irian Laad ci.rrohoralrs Dcamoad. learned that 1lie riiin-na-Oael who sinned the jKi.l'.ruy in Cronln caaa J un .1. ol Brooklyn; P. A. O'lv-yle, I'IM.U.II, Pa.; CfcriKtopher F. H.tonvllle, Mass., and John D. McMahon. Uome, N. Y._________ The II to BlayM. 13. Becrefary 'rscy Miii.l that the) dispatch n- from tin of a dangerous attain liter-. An officer wbo haa soea eabte- ftani aiv. u tells of nnewod flghUag n tho on Island. Com- Kamoey of York navy V' a long Interview wltfc the iiry ,.f the navy morning. hjs onlervd the to proceed Haytl. will carry Bear- AdttlralGlieranll. Unv. Hulaely ivnn., ballot bill. yesterday ruled against amending a hill. This Is aiMtnlned on all ri-qntrr.1 by the constitution. atuvn.leii secret ballot hill after vetoed it.__________ A Aerwaer ranMaeel. YOHK, Temple- aua. convlrtcdof felony In accusing la- and District Atloraey ''llnwa nf being In aconsplracy to defraud the city, WHS UMlay sent to prUoa aad alao aaontha. MB. BUUMK AMD SAMOA. ___ mlssloesrs to Samoaa InatrtMtlona from Mr. nialna In relation to protocol drawn up by ice. Mr. disagrees with prorlsioaa of protoeol, and la also 01 opinion that Knglaad and Oermai 7 not far In re. specttt the rights to United ftaaaa, bad a sitting- to- tn Mr. Biigli.J and Oennan coramlsaloners will afterwurda eonslder Mr. Blwno'a objec- tions and decide upon what policy they aball pursue, and upon the attitude whl.-h they ad ipt depends of Lowi ox, June Berlin enm- IVmessaya Oermaay will ID, The Cologne regards reiaeuuement of Maltatoa probable. It Germany considers qnoMlonol Ibentlerot Mumoa as second- ary to that of the security of and proper! r of foreign depending upon iDdepsadeot foreign omclels. It U Judged that Bemoan eommls- slonera a large amount of work still brlore them. a material of opinion on TBTiow poinoi between three p rrseKiat. WAaiimoroif, President to-d-ty sppolated Donald McLoan of New York to general appraiser of mercUan- port of Xew York; to ool- of iaurnal Tbomaa T. district of Pennsylvania; Ueury rtnk, Flrat district of Wlaeonsln; Earl M Bogora, Ueoond district of WIs- eonslrr JohnFeland. 8ceond district of Hcott. Fifth dlatrtet of Keolucxy; John J. Landram, Blxthdls' trict of fcenturky; A. A. ataraam.nghtb .lattlet Kentucky; to of Oullford Bray for Balem T. Jarrett BoaulocS 0. AUBM at WABIUHOTOH, KM. by fathar, Dr.Bcott, Ui her two and th.tr loft Washington thta morning tor will Wanamakar. The .1 the Ltoweil wnt 8 to I. STORES AGAIN OPEN Jokntowi's Men to Relara to their TROUBLE V1TB THE WORKMEN A AaMng Thorn Avortoa ny CaMaag nan at tha TtavdMI All a, Pa.. flrsl real work under supervision of commenced this morulugatBu'clock. whlitle at Cambria Iron and Slevl worka was the signal for men to oom- menvn, un.l about 100 started In with their picks and shovels. The early niornlnj was warm and cloudy, and the fumes an I odors from decayed bodies wsrealmott unbearable. As morning advanced weather grew warmer, and by IV o'clock the sun waa shining brtnu'ly. and on ground waa hard at work. During morning a crowd of worthless In some manner secured an en- trance to town and wanted tu Inaug- urate a among the workmen. Home of laborers already dtssatlafled at having new bosses over only wanted a chance tp complain. James MeKtilgbt, Main contractor, got knowledge of the trouble brew- ing amuug the man and Informed them that lie wuuld luve no "kicking." anil that all thow who winded to ijult would have to do su tiiitnedliiK'ly, and about 100 ol the men left, but the loafers remained around and McKnlgbt went to Uon. Hast- ings and duuiandud protection for the man. A detachment of mllltln from the Four- teenth regiment was detailed to tbn place and they drove away all men wbo re- fused to work. This canned Uen. to issue an order to the suldlcre not to ad- mit anyone to Jubnstowu proper without an order. The business nteo of the town Mem to awakened to their senses, and this morning a number of tbsm pmparlng to start over again In business. Two gro- cery stornt wvre started unar the Pennsyl- vania railroad freight station, lloth places doing a large business, and m- outraged other merchants to start up, nnd the probabilities an that of it ween a hundred slums will Ui iu operation. Al- ready two barber and jcwnlry store liavs opened. Uen. Hastings waa up very early and waa kept hastllng for several hours to get things rightly started. said: "A false Impression haa gotten out that here an under martial or mili- tary law. This It a mistake. haa charge of the work, and the only the imltt.uy Is doing Is guarding the prop- erty. We will clear away all debris on the level the town off. I d not know yet whether we shall clean out the of the houaea, but If L had my own way 1 do It. It is as little as tttatu can do to clean out the placetaad tin' a clean foundaiivn to ulld on. Realdes then Is not the doubt mat then an a nnmbsr of In cellars and should be taken out." The people are malting bertlc ellbru to clean out their houses. Two hundred met (ion. to-diiy and were that they would bo Itsbed In hUKlnesson king credit by Pitts- burg and Philadelphia wbolewlnrs. It was decided to make every effort to sveurn the reauiniillon of himlneoa. The Atnerl- tuin Helinr Aaaoctatloii which tuar- slat comniunltlca In or calamity of any natun formed hern a few days ago by prominent Pennsylvania nad Ohio gentlemen. The at the stone bridge wss find afternoon and to-night Is bnrnlng furiously. With It Is deatroyed all bone or recnvnrlng bodies tbat an certainly then so torn bed. Tfcelrfeh Hallwwy AHMAOII, Many anxious an making Inquiries for children at the InArmary to which tbo penoua injunil In yesterday's ralltoad ar- dent wan taken. Crom-ds surround building and the of tlie terriblo disaster the attention of the en- tin community. The Interior of the In- flrmary presents a aad spectarli-. of wonoded, a boy named Clelland, this morning. Moth of his parenta and two brothen were killed outright. deail now number T5. Others of the wounded an iu a critical condition. Oraassst War alnel tornado depot ship Vulcan was launched at Ports- mouth to-day. 1s largest votatl built. It is In- tbat shall accompany n float nnd carry a large equipment of torpedo boats. will form a ting workshop. will supplied witb hydraulic on which torpedo can twisted In and out of the water. Vulcan la of g4B toas burden and 13.000 boras powei. Ttctaey Connimsil. Nnw Yonx, steamer Alene from Jamaica bringa Intelligence substantiating the London of Hyppolym'a victory and At- (tetVCblef Officer of A Una said that had sought the proUx tlun of the American consul at Port-au- Prince. Hyppolyte's oflleen had entond aad taken posaeaaloa of town. _ the Joatnstown HAHnianuBQ, Pa.. Gov. vsr will go to Philadelphia to consult wita nlati to his Ann partlca of a loan of million with which to npalr IB flooded districts, an tbat Bute need not touched. No Interest Is to bechanced and Leglslatun to Dsctod to make an appnpMatlon for its payaeat. following tho otnimli- an appolntad by Governor to dle- funds for nllef of sufferers by i flood: A. Boaver, Governor: It la H. Fitter, Thomas Dotea, John Y. Bobert C. Ogdan. B. Philadelphia, James B. Scott, hm Milter. B. B. Marvin of Fluaborg, Jet a Fulton of Johnstown aad H. Cut aUn of Williamsport. tho Kew Torfe TMht Clah BOMB. II car Tone, wlnnen In ato York Yacht club's rogatta Uvday wot i: In flrat (aaaoonora) the aw boat by 10 m., M s.; UM irayUng (third tchasaan) boat HM Bca Fox by 13 m.. 14 a.; tho h class scnoonm) won An tea fouled her; the Kntrina (third t sloops) again Shamrock by in. Is.; the (fourth claas aim pa) beat the Will lew ay os., the Clara (fifth conquered the rlertle by 11 m., We., and the Nymph pro -ed the fastest of the 40-foolcra. The for the lattar wna M and for al Placet Bier Kind Afloat. YOHK, June new steal atosoMr "Puritan "of the Fall Hi vsr llns a a successful trial trip to Bandy Hoi k and up tbo Hudson to-day, carrying a li number of Invited gueela. Her maadvT la Captain Abram, O. 81 m- s. The Puritan U owtllnat and t elegantlv fltted veasel of its kind aflo it and la dMlgned to A reproof and Is 430 lost long, aad Mt breadth over the guard 91 feet. Hot gross tonnage tons. The ves- sel oat over Bl.OOA.nflO. A reception bed on board the Puritan to-night by mai agera of the line. Western a a with tho words acoompllment call
wlf up tu do justice to the occasion. All went delight- fully till, when wen on tie plain ontalde Denver, that valuaolt animal con- cluded to Iu his rapid motion and meditate. My shook the rslni, clucked persuasively, remo mtratrd en- couragingly, gave a touch of whip at whicu the h< reared and kicked vlcloualy, hut Mill we wen stationary ont on that I sandy level. My elegant escort gr< w rea In face with mortification, and clinched his teeth so not to let slip an) n-gruttable words. 'If yon will allow In out I could atari be aald. -Ob. bv no I rejoined, 'I could nerer held him. Let me out and try nutting saud In his month. I'vi- been tnld that'worked like a charm.' And so I aid. I clambered out nf buggy, grabbed a fl it full of line, sand, opened the jawa of tie bone and threw It In Tbo tore off like a lush, and aa I aloor alone, live from la tbat s ly executed. The only change in the east MM opera waa the snbslllullna of Chat lea B. Candee, Jr., aa tot n. Caltliruti who is In L'utttand. )Ir. Candee a hit In part, and rang bis tinea with enV-i. 1 principals received frequent their rang out in advantage in ibe large auditorium. The elrarna special lor their work: they with vigor and spirit, and tbrlr "ta si- waa a credit to stage ma ia- Harry J. Orronhee. TUe was same uasd In spuan Hall and waa borrowed I'r >nt Walertown, the Itome, Watertown JtKg- densburg rallroaa shipping it free of "X- Between the two "fn- Dammatus" from Itoaalnfa "ttubat Ma- waa grandly nndund by M. P. L'bampoux and a chorus of ISA voh w. Prof. L. Marab conducted, with Prol. Cbampoux at tho piano. Mn. Cbampoux's beautiful through the ball, aad her nnal C ia all out magnificently la flaale. chorus did nobly, and it no wonder that had to bo tlpdy repeated, In to enthu- siastic applause. The Apollo club lot. lowed with the Hnaatsa of El :a> berg. "My Lady Blwpotb." and 'bo "Champagne Bong" from Arion rot. lection, both numban being delightfully rendered. The programmes hy baan Hawkvy, Boa Co. LAFAYBTTK'S CCNTBMMIAU rather TMnswM gattlaai im Obsmanss Mere. At the time of the great fee Aaierteaa agamst the pewer fat AlUoa, under baaacr Wasbiagtoa nan. a mrarunr. was seentn leave bis hema. hlneouatry sad tall through ocean wltii a hoet of noMe-hearted auuMlf. Inc deteraiuwd to give up melr eraef to help dlstreved brethren M tbelr nente at- tempt. That luaa Ota. larayetle. gluriona same la daaety wedded to that at watlilnftou, (rand conqueror, tke wtoeat the ntiVt aanialsmtor. affixed Ueai'ile the name uf WasMagtoa ntn-cta of Our umat pretty park uprouil taesiajeof thePieoehpatreC Th.'reran he the Flora Pomona, pouring forth to the 'ke ptaeefal liberty. U vscaat vet. Thw year'of the gnat ceat-'B- nlal akould wlinew. IB that park, the erevtl.Hi nf a to aero wV name It bears, I f k> requlrtag ton amet ot UM wealth) Myracnuns. at ifie put IK will nnt decline topatranlu theavmileatl al last will take place, IB buoav ef Larayette.'r centenulal. en the 1Mb ef at hound Hall. Brracuae. June IX M. C. TBIBAUU. LBOAL MATTBU. In the County Court yastorday ol Mary A. Gray against N. an action to recover on n 'or brought up. DrtariU bribers appeared for plaintiff, aed for himself. The so snmmed up at o'clock, when court adjourned till tbla morning at o'cloi k. Judgment In the aunt of ClO4.04 waa li- ncteJd for nlaintldrhy tborouri In tba of John W, Wright against Run A. Jonee, an action to recover a of account. day calendar for Iti Sot. la, W, Mi Death Peilx CaasM. PellxChatst, wbo died al No. street Tueeday had been a rraV dent of Flnt ward In this city having ban at tho of t va yoara from Oawogo oonnty. alnoa wksa the gnalost baa aaaa oat at town waa w Kochostsr aams M yoan Mr. Chalet tint asaUtaat of volantoer An department of this e ty under Baa Hlggia aad bold aoaitton for U waa n momber of i old Ballna Blaes No. I, a volaatsor organlitaUon of a picked body of men who had an enviable roputa- tion throngbout Btrto. For 4T yeun been employed uninterruptedly IP Manufacturing compaay Id- Ings through all of nraprtot w- ship. Hewaa a principal actor In
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