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Fort Wayne Weekly Breeze (Newspaper) - June 27, 1889, Fort Wayne, Indiana Monroeville wide world. I catalogue of the week s important Occil frences concisely. by electric wire from every Quarter of the Ciril sized Tery latest by Telegraph. Ohio republicans. First Day s proceedings of their state convention. The Republican state convention of Ohio met at 4 o clock tuesday afternoon in the metropolitan opera House Columbus. The convention will be in session two Davs. The preliminary organization was effected and the committees on resolutions credentials and other routine branches of the work of organization were chosen. The delegates 828 in number were All present. Congressman w. C. Cooper of mount Vernon was made temporary chairman of the convention. He made a speech upon taking the chair which is in the nature of a key note for Campaign utterances. The convention adjourned at6 o clock until 10 o clock wednesday morning. The committee on lie solutions have agreed upon the following report to be made to the convention. The Republican party of Ohio in convention assembled hereby announces the following platform of principles 1. We renew our adherence to All the principles to clearly and strongly enunciated by the Republican National convention of 1888, and especially to the principles of Protection in its two fold meaning and operation and Protection to every american citizen at Home in All parts of our country Protection to every american citizen abroad in every land on every sea Protection to every american citizen in the exercise of his political rights and privileges Protection to american Industry and labor against the Industry a Cid labor of the world. 2. We heartily approve and endorse the and ministration of Benjamin Hai Rison president of the United states and pledge Hisiu our coi Lial support in the discharge of the duties devolving Ripon him As chief magistrate of the nation. And especially do we commend the just and Liberal policy of the pension Bureau in carrying out the pledges of the Loyal people to the soldiers of the Union. 3. That we favor the passage by Congress at its next session of a proper and equitable service Jension Bill for All honorable discharged Union soldiers and sailors of the late War. 4. We demand a full feud adequate Protection for the Wool growing Industry which will in due time give to the american Wool growers the american Market for All the Wool required by american wants. To endorse the provision of the Bill on the subject passed by the Senate at the last session of Congress. 5. We heartily endorse the decision of the Secretary of the Treasury whereby the duty on worsted is made dutiable at the same rat As upon Woolen goods thereby Bene Littig our and Wool Industry. J. To congratulate the people of Ireland on the Progress of their struggle for Home Anlo find in this connection we endorse the course of president Harrison in selecting for Honor lilo positions in the diplomatic service worthy and representative Irish american citizens. 7. Lie solved. That we heartily endorse the and mini stration of our Gallant and Able gov. J. B. Foraker As Wise pure and patriotic. His Virom Penesh in responding to the Call of suffer ering Hun Unity has endeared him to the hearts of All generous people. His splendid administration of the finances of t in state so mismanaged by the last democratic administration bringing order out of chaos replenishing a depleted Treasury re establishing the credit of the state who while at the same time reducing the rate of taxation to a figure lower than it has been for half a Century entitle him to the gratitude of the people and Mark him As one of the most Brilliant of our governors. 8. Resolved. That we endorse the Wise Laws passed by the Republican legislature in regard to the liquor traffic and pledge the party to keep abreast of Public opinion upon that subject. Resolved that we Send greeting to our honoured senator Sherman visiting in foreign lands and assure him of the great Confidence a we have in his Wise and patriotic statesmanship his loyalty and Devotion to the High principles of republicanism the grand doctrine of Protection of american Industry an honest ballot Box and a sound and equal currency and assure Lim a Hearty Welcome to Ohio upon his return to the United states. Mrs. Raj is is dead. Mrs. Hayes died at 6 30 tuesday morning at her Home in Fremont. All night Long the sorrowing family thatched around the bedside. Mrs. Hayes Lay motionless and but for the faint breathing and the weak fluttering of the pulse there were no signs of life. The anxious watchers waiting Only for the inevitable end were bowed with grief and scarcely a word was spoken the Long night through. The physicians kept in the background and the family were alone with their loved one. In vain they hoped for a slight rally that might come before death so that she could recognize and speak to them. As morning dawned the hold on life grew weaker and weaker and finally the sufferer succumbed. La a voice choked with emotion the physician announced that the end had come and the family s Long Vigil closed in prostration and inf Liann s Law. The Indiana Sui reme court has rendered a decision that a License to sell liquor is not a contract but a special tax. The last legislature passed an act authorizing towns and cities to collect a License tax not exceeding at the june term of the county commissioners a number of licenses were granted at the old rate $100. Under the decision it is held that the men to whom these licenses were granted can be compelled to the full amount allowed by the new . Eastern occurrences. A Foolhardy Experiment of two Philadelphia lads of a mechanical turn of mind resulted in both boys being killed and two other persons injured. The boys Harry and w Illiam Jeser aged 15 and 17, employed their spare time in running a Small engine which they were trying to attach to an ice Cream Freezer when the Accident occurred. They generated their steam in an old Range boiler set up in the Corner of the Yard and connected with the engine by pieces of Gas pipe. William was banking the fireplace with bricks when the boiler exploded throwing him under a shed and fracturing his Skull. He died within an Hothir. Harry was thrown against a Fence and instantly killed. Little Henry Kniese who was watching the Experiment from a shed was Cut under the Eye. And mrs. Flora Kniese was severely scalded about the Back. At Philadelphia two Young gentlemen accompanied by two Young ladies engaged Rowboat at one of the boat houses on the Schuylkill Kiver in Fairmount Park and started out for an afternoon s pleasure. They ventured too close to Fairmount dam and owing to a break in the Crest of the Structure which caused an unusually heavy flow of water their boat was drawn Over and All four of the occupants were drowned. Walter and George l. Halford aged 10 and 10 years respectively of Philadelphia pa., were drowned in big Timber Creek near Westville n. J. Quot Walter went in to swim and getting beyond his depth George jumped in to save him. Walter half conscious seized George in a grip of desperation and both went Down before help could be rendered. For several Days past there have been evidences of some Ocean disaster in the washing ashore of wreckage along the shores at Vineyard Haven mass. A bundle of woman s clothing evidently done up in great haste has been picked up on the Beach at Edgartown. Considerable wreckage painted Green and slate color is coming ashore on the Island. Among that found at Smith s Point were Gilt holdings in considerable quantities one Large Glass door with three ground Glass circular top lights one window Sash evidently belonging to some Steamer and also Steamer Victoria Bills of lading. Wine card s of the steamship Haytian Republic were washed ashore at Nantucket. A Mast about two feet in diameter Square rigged with wire rigging was also found with the wreckage at that Point. Everything Points to a collision Between the Victoria and the Haytian Republic. Fike in the first Ward of Johnstown pa., consumed All but three of the buildings in the District bounded by Market and Walnut streets and by main Street and the River. Twenty five houses were totally destroyed including the Large Brick school House. Many of it he buildings destroyed had been washed from their foundations though Many of them contained household goods which had been saved from the Floo a. But a Small amount of these goods were saved. The fire is supposed to have originated from Sparks flying burning debris in the neighbourhood. Charles de Bain the defaulting cashier of the National Park Bank of new York who ran away to Canada with sign 0 of the Bank s funds bit was extradited pleaded guilty to a charge of forgery in the second degree. He wis sent to state s prison for Iive years and seven months. In a riot Between coloured men and hungarians at Haver Straw n. Y., four of the latter were shot one being killed instantly and another mortally wounded. John Mcdonald of Waterbury conn., has just recovered his eyesight of which he has been deprived More than thirty years. At a meeting of the association of editors of american medical journals held at Newport 11. I., j. M. Love of St. Louis was elected president g. W. Dulles of Philadelphia vice president and j. L. Gray of Chicago Secretary. Western happenings. Woman on the Gibbet. Mrs. Sarah j. Whitening was hanged at Philadelphia for the poisoning of tier husband and two children. Mes. Charlotte Allen aged to living near Washington ind., has confessed that in november 1888, she murdered her husband whose body was found tied to a tree with his Throat Cut from ear to ear. It was supposed that the victim had committed suicide. Mrs. Allen says that quarrels As to the ownership of the farm led to the tragedy. Mks. Luther Dickey of no. 270 Warren Avenue Chicago and her entire family consisting of five daughters and one son were All poisoned by eating overripe raspberries and so severely that one of the children will die. And the lives of two others Are despaired of. The schuster Hax National Bank of St. Joseph mo., has been authorized to begin business with a capital of $500,000. The Hev. Father John Carroll of Chicago the oldest priest in holy orders in the United states and probably in the world has passed from this life to his eternal lest. Had he lived until the 50th of this month he would have completed his Dod year having been born june 30, 1796. Or. P. Ii. Root of fort Wayne ind., has been elected president of the National travellers protective association the Dakota warehouse commissioners report that the prospects in the territory Are quot most flattering for an abundant wheat Conrad Bauman of Carbou ind., killed his wife and then shot himself dead. The cause was jealousy. Martin Burke alias Delanoy has been positively identified at Winnipeg by express Man Martinson of Chicago As the Man who hired him to haul the furniture from the rooms at 117 Clark Street Chicago to the Carlson cottage in Lake View. The identification was most Complete. In order that no undue advantage should be taken of the prisoner he was placed in a crowd of nearly one Hundred persons before Martinson was allowed to see him. Martinson at once recognized him As his employer at the time mentioned. Spokane won the sixth american Derby run at Chicago on the 22d inst., by one half length Sorrento being second and retrieve a close third. Proctor Knott finished absolutely last. Time 2 41. Post Odds 6 to 5 against the Winner 3 to 1 against Sorrento for a place. Kiley Rode Spokane. There were about thirty thousand persons present to see the contest. While c. F. Painter cashier of the san Miguel Valley Bank at Telluride col., was out three men entered the Bank and demanded the finds of the bookkeeper at the Point of a revolver. After securing the Bank funds they joined a fourth robber who was holding their horses just outside the Bank. They left town on the ran firing shots in the air to frighten citizens. It is not known what amount they secured. The carelessness of a servant in lighting a kerosene store caused the death at Kansas City mo., of a 5-year-old boy and the fatal burning of his Mother. The victims Are a mrs. Martin and Little Lester Martin. The servant escaped with slight injuries. Captain Murrell of the steamship Missouri has had conferred on him by order of the King of Denmark the Knighthood of the order of Dannebrog. Stated that the City was in a very excited condition. Legitime refused to leave the City or capitulate and great fears Are apprehended of an insurrection in the City. Fresh and newsy. Southern incidents. Tom Mitchell and Harry Ardell have been arrested near Shepardsville by for shooting and attempting to Rob Joseph Lavine a Louisville peddle. A Pouch containing All the mail from Nashville to Points South As far As new Orleans disappeared on May 7. It is not known How much Money was in the Pouch. The matter has been kept secret pending an investigation. The Pouch was delivered at the Postof lice to the Driver of the mail Wagon. The mail clerk on the train which should have carried the Pouch says that he has never seen anything of it. Three murders in one Day is the record of Putnam county West Virginia. James d. Paull a Bachelor Farmer was killed by a tenant Wii Ose daughter he had ruined John Moore another Farmer killed a neighbor Henry Bradley with a club and Doc Lawrence a Miner killed Tom Stevens a fellow Miner with a pick. All the murders were committed within a radius of three Miles. William j. Hilton a wealthy miser living at Franklin ivy., burned about �=30,000 in greenbacks and government Bonds to prevent their falling into the hands of his wife from whom to lad separated and his dissolute son. Bishop Keene of the Catholic diocese of Richmond va., having become Rector of the new University in Washington the very eve. A. Van de Vyver has been nominated his Succes-9r. Political porridge. The fifth amm dment to the Constitution of Rhode Island the prohibitory amendment was repealed by a vote of 5,409 More than the three fifths of the total vote necessary to carry the Amend meet. The question before the people was the adoption of an amendment repealing tie prohibitory amendment a Ulo ted three years ago. The total vote is approve reject in when the prohibitory amendment was ado item the vote which was about 14,000 smaller stood approve 15, 5 reject 9,230. The vote will be officially counted on or before july 15, Aad will be annoy iced by proclamation on or before july 20. Across the Ocean. Crops in the South of Russia Are in a bad condition owing to hot weather. The Clyde Steamer Saginaw which left Hayti june 12, has arrived at new York and brought news that Gen. Hippo Lyte s army of 15,000 men was within four Miles of port an Prince with a Strong probability that the City would be captured soon. Legitime s forces were in the forts just outside of the City and were believed to be disorganized. Quot these reports however come through Northern sources. At the inquest to determine the responsibility loss of life caused by the Railroad Accident at Armagh Ireland on june 12, the july brought in a verdict of manslaughter against Engineer Mcgrath and or. Elliott officials of the Railroad. Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria in opening the sessions of the delegations said that Austria s foreign relations and general foreign policy were unchanged and that she was in full agreement with her allies. The government he said was doing its utmost to insure the peaceful development of the european situation which was still unsafe. He hoped the blessings of peace would be maintained notwithstanding the fact that armaments were everywhere being increased. It was the increase of armament that compelled Austria to not halt in the work of completing her Means of defense. A dispatch from Rome to the London Standard a Skye quot archbishop Feehan of Chicago having made a Long report to the Vatican through Cardinal Simeoni on the criminal acts of the clan a Gael the Pope has Given instructions that the faculty be granted the archbishop to take whatever measures be May deem opportune to declare the clan a Gael in opposition to the the dissident Liberal association of Midlothian. Or. Gladstone s District has decided not to run a candidate in opposition to or. Gladstone in the next parliamentary elections. Capt. Sinaw of the Steamer Delta which has arrived at new York from port de paix states that Gen. Hippolyte had arrived at Cape Hayti with his staff and was about to return to rejoin his army just before port a Prince. Private letters received at Hayti from port a Prince ordered by Camp 20. Thus was the of do. Ckon is accomplished. The chosen few. President Mak its known his Choice for various Oft cps. The president has made the following appointments Hiram f. Devol of Missouri collector of in Zeinal Revenue for the sixth District of Missouri sex governor John f. Hartranft Nien ibor of the co Mckee commission consuls Oliver the first new wheat of the season has arrived at Baltimore from Virginia and sold at $1.50 a Tishel. It is now definitely known that prior to the arrival of the commissioners at the Pine Ridge Agency dak., a combination was formed at the Agency with red Cloud at the head pledged to oppose the Dakota land Bill and not even to consider it. This explains the reluctance on the part of Many of the indians to talk about it. Work having for its object the disintegration of this combination has been quietly carried on for several Days and it now seems that some Progress is being made. The weather crop bulletin issued by the signal corps of the government agricultural department says the weather is generally favourable for Grots quot ing crops in the South except in Tennessee Mississippi and Texas where excessive Rains have caused some damage to in heat and Cotton. In the Spring wheat Region of Minnesota and Dakota All crops have been improved by recent Rains. In the principal Corn states in curing Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas and Nebraska the so Eather has been favourable and Corn has made rapid growth. In Michigan and Ohio the growth of com has been retarded owing to continued wet weather. The harvesting of wheat Barley and Clover is in Progress As far North As the Central portion of Ohio Indiana and Illinois but the work has been retarded by frequent Rains. R. G. Dun pfc co s weekly review of Trade says quot their is a better feeling with larger Tia Sac Tiona in Iron and Wool and crop in Rossetti Are More favourable. Buttle agreement or railway presidents has not prevented a Leaea of strife and the demoralization of rates is spreading widely. At Milwaukee continued wet weather retards and bus if is is rather quiet at Kansas City and outside of speculative operations and the quot Iron Trade it is generally Dull at Philadelphia. But marked improve nent is in Pittsburg and in a less de Rte at Cleveland. The demand for Money is rather Active there but generally moderate with collection ii not on the whole perceptibly better. Kaina have decidedly improved crop Prospect in the Northwest so that great hopefulness tinges All commercial reports from that Section. The heavy shipments of Gold Are Surprise to Many and Are attributed by some Bankers to the need of the Bank of France and the Laige expenditures of americans at the exposition. But the balance of foreign Trade has for months been so heavily against this country thai no such explanation of Gold shipments is necessary. For june far Mero Maudise sex Poris from new York Are 10 per cent larger than last year with imports somewhat smaller but even these changes would leave a heavy excess of imports Over exports to be met by shipments of securities of Gold. The business Sia lures number a 20, As compared with 250 the week previous. For the corresponding week of last year the figures were 204." Lyell t. Adams of new York Horgen Switzerland Henry w. Diedrick of Indiana Nuremberg Germany Koland j. Hemmick of Pennsylvania Geneva Switzerland. Lieutenants in the Navy Edw Ard d. Bostick Edward a Lloyd or. Junior Grade. Sex governor Hartranft has accepted the appointment on the Chor Okoe commission. He takes the place of j. Otis Humphrey of Illinois who resigned. To lie collectors of inti real item Educ will Iam Cassius Goodloe for Tho ise Voith i District of Kentucky a. T. Vav i Oberley for Tho Tyint of Louisiana he airy m. Cooper for Tho District of Arkansas. To be United states Atturi Icys Walter Ujj Tiuis of i l . For the Western Lustrick of i Gnu Sylvilia William e. Craig of \ Rigi iia. For Tho no Csierny District of air Ginia. To la United slates 1. Cunningham of South Carolina for the District of South Cav Liim John h. Simmons of Ohio for Tho Southern District of Ohio or Villo t. Poi Tiv of ovo uti for Tho of Alaska Anim s. Taylor of the Columbia a Justice of the peace ind ass Glied to the City of Washington. To be Trust web of Tho girl s Kofrom school of the District of columbian Samuel Slio Labarger Augustus s. Worthington and aii Niram j. Hunt int it in. William h. Dimon to be superintendent of the mint of the i hinted states at a Francisco Tia fornia Pearis b. Ellis to be assayer of the mint of the United states at Carson Nevada consular appointments a it rank Mason of Ohio to to Consul general at Charles b. Trail of Maryland Consul at Marseilles h. G. Knt Sles of Delaware Consul at Bordeaux. To be assayer of the mint at Denver. Colorado Kobert Mak Kkt re posts. Chicago. Ciitle�?prime.6 4.2. 5 a 4.50 Good. 3.50 �3 4.00 common. 2.50 amp 3.50 hogs packing grades. 4.00 it 4.75 sheep. 3.50 @ 5.00 wheat no. 2 spring.80 am .80 corny no. 2.34 amp .35 Oats no. 2.22 a it .2 Llyko no. 2.40 a .4i butter Choice crcamery.15 ski cheese full Cream i?ats.08 eogs�?fresh.12 a .12 new per Bra. 2.00 �2.50 Poukh mess. 11.25 All.75 Milwaukee. Wheat-cash.75 amp .75kj con a no. 3. Oats no. 2 white.27 i .28 Kyeu no. 1.42 .44 i3\bley�?no. 2.50 a it .51 . 11.50 sn.75 do Koit. Cattle. 3.53 is 4.25 hogs. 4.2.1 amp 4.75 sheep. 3.25 amp 4.00 wheat no. 2 red.�0 w .87 corny no. 2 yellow.35 amp .301 Oats no. 2 white.30 amp .31 Toledo. Wheat no. 2 @ .68 coun�?cash.3 in oats�?cash.2t amp .25 new Yoke. Cattle. 3.50 @ 4.75 hos. 4.50 a quot 5.00 Kiiker. 3.75 i 5.0.j no. 2 ked.h5 t .87 Colin no. 2.42 amp .43 Oats mixed weslern.27 j a to pukka now mess. 13.00 �13.25 St. Louis. Cattle. 3-50 @ 4.50 hogs. 4.00 4.50 wheat no. 2.80 try .80 co Itne no. 2.31 amp .3iv2 Oats.22.23 Rye no. 2.35 @ .40 Indianapolis. Cattle. 2. .50 @ 4.25 hogs. 4.2. @ 4.50 sheep. 3.00 amp 4.00 lambs. 4.50 amp 5.50 Cincinnati wheat no. 2 ked.8 5 @ .87 corny no. 2.37 .37 Oats no. 2 mixed.26 Rye no. 2.44 i .46 pork mess. 12 00 quot 12.25 Kansas City. Cattle Good. 3.50 @ 4.00 medium. 3.00 a amp 3.50 Butchen. 2.00 @ 3.25 hogs Choice. 4.00 @ 4.30 medium. 3.75 @ 4.00 by be. 3.00 4.00 a clan a Gael Man said i to have made a full confession to the state s attorney Kei Arlt Ling tie brutal butchery of the Irish doctor a sensational tale. A Chicago dispatch of Jime 24 says Camp 20 of the clan Nagaei and its methods will be thoroughly investigated by the grand jury and it is More than probable thai ten or More of its members will be indicted for the murder of or. Cronin. The state s attorney has already in his Possession enough evidence to hang at least half of that number and before the grand jury resumes consideration of the Crown Case wednesday he expects to have a Complete Chain of evidence encircling the Camp or at least the guilty members of it. Shortly after the finding of the body the state s attorney received an Anonymous letter which set Forth the details of a meeting of Camp "�0, which was held on a in riday in the latter part of february. John Beggs the no. 1, and senior guardian of the Camp presided at this meeting which was attended Only by what is known As the inner Circle of the Camp Anil the purpose for which the meeting was called was the trial of or. Cronin As a British spy. He was found guilty the letter went on to state and the punishment was fixed at death. Death was always the penalty which traitors paid and Cronin was to be no to the Rule. The preliminaries having been disposed of the question of who should be the executioners was taken up. Lots were drawn. The names of every Man present were put on separate slips of paper and the lottery of murder was carried out in All its det iils. Who were the ones to whom the fearful deed was committed was not made known at the meeting. No one knew the names of the men who were to remove quot or. Cronin exec t the Man who was to notify them that they had been selected for the act of blood and were expected to Legin at once. This Man the letter went on to state was John f. Beggs at once every j Ower of the police was put Forth to find the author of the letter giving information which was so valuable if True. But without Success. In vain the officers sought for some one who would admit that such a meeting had been held. All were obstinate in asserting that they never heard of such a meeting or Suc h action by Camp 20. In vain Coroner Hertz questioned every clan a Gael Man who was before the Coroner s jury As to the proceedings of the Camp at its meetings since the 1st of january. Every one was ignorant. To Day the Light broke on the darkness which overcame Camp 20 detective Palmer had a Long interview with judge Longenecker Early this morning and about an hour later a fun red looking Man was admitted to the judge s office by the Side door. He was a clan a Gael Man and he corroborated the contents of the letter in every detail. Who he is could not be Learned but so satisfactory was the information he gave the judge and so Complete the proof of the planning and premeditation of the Cronin murder in Catnap 20, that he said an hour later quot i be got evidence enough now to hang half a it is claimed that state s attorney Longenecker has a list of the names of All the men who attended the secret meeting at which or. Cronin s removal was ordered All that could be Learned of the mysterious visitor to judge Longenecker was that he was a clan Nagaei Man. A former member of Camp 20, who had been present at the Meetin. had taken no part in the deliberations which ended in the order for Cronin s assassination. He will be carefully guarded by tie police to in vent anyone from tampering with him list he will not be arrested and no sign will 1 0 Matle by the officers that would indicate to the conspirators that he was under the Protection of the police. There is a growing belief on the part of the authorities that Dan Coughlin was the chosen chief executioner of the tribunal s sentence and that knowing his fellow Camp member s thoroughly it was an easy matter to select the prisoner Burke and the suspect Cooney or quot Simons quot and it was no Nard work for him to secure the permission of o Sullivan to the fixing of the neat Job by which or. Cronin was lured away to the place of assassination. Senior guardian John f. To eggs was found by a reporter in the company of Harry Jordan. Or. Beggs declared that the latest Story about Camp 20 of the clan a Gael was a monstrous fib and said quot i Only Hope some clan a Gael Man is squealing As they Call it for then i will be set right. I have been getting the worst of it All along in this Case. If i have made some mistakes i have been struggling hard to get a Good footing. And just when i see the Hight of Day this thing comes upon me. Of course i am senior guardian of Camp 20, but such things As they charge against that or any other Camp of the quot Lanna Gael Are absurd and impossible. If any one can Tell me the object of the order i would like to learn it. For two years it has had no purpose. You just went to the meetings. Paid to cents for monthly dues heard some fellow sing a song some other fellow make a speech and then went Home con Vinced that another great seep had been taken in the cause of Ireland. That s All there has been to the quot How about the alleged trial of Cronia before the inner Circle or Camp 20? quot it s Bosh. There s no such thing As an inner Circle anybody can prefer a charge against any member of the order and the member will be tried by fore a committee of seven. The Man charged is always notified and is Given the Benefit of counsel. There never was any trial of Cronin in Camp 20. It is True that Cooney Burke Coughlin and Sullivan were members of the Camp and that three of them Are behind the Lars while the other ran away from town. Two thirds of the members of the Camp were warm friends of or. Cronin and i was always his quot do you expect to be indicted quot no. I have full Confidence in the intelligence of the i and quot bid you know Burke quot quot yes and tried to got him work when his clothes were falling off Hir. Back last Winter. Because i was president of the Irish american Republican club i was besieged by people who wanted positions and other favors. Burke was after me with the others and that is one of the reason my name is mixed up with his now a pm

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