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THE CRONIN CONVICTS.
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Trial Ra B)llf MM ABfllaB M at tee
eMfc-4reaMIa. Caaawlhi h4 Mark
TlkM ta MM nriUMMf Vaaar Ik Um
Ciucaoo, Jm. 1 In J mice Mo
Council' court yesterday morning the
opening argument on the motion of
the Cronlri prisoners for n hew trial
Was begun by Attorney Wine. The
argument km altogether confined to
tli pot tit a already presented to the nt
toroey's written declaration of error.
Judge HeCoiwcll in tlio afternoon
granted the application of Kiinre. for a
new trial, but denied the motion an to
the other defendants, Coughlin, Uurke
and O'Sullivan. Judge McConnell, la
bis decision, said In part:
"1 think it would tie mere pretense
for me to take more time to dclllrate
a this matter. I would not arrive at
any different conclusion in several daya
than 1 have now. It has weighed up
on my mind during the trial that the
defendants should have a fair trial.
Since its conclusion it has weighed up
en my mind whether they had u fuir
trial; whether the jury hud reached a
conclusion that within the limits a
Judge has the right to question whether
the verdict was a Just one. It was a
"As to the evidence the judge U not
called upon to say whether If in the
Jury he would liavo come to the same
conclusion. At to one of these de
fendants I am convinced the etidenee
la Insufficient. First, the evidence
against John Kuuce is that of James
who saw him in a window ucrou the
street and never saw him Hgalu until
In court I do not think his Identities
tlon is reliable. I also discredit the
identification of William Merles, who
claimed to have seen Kuiue one even
ing. Niemann, a saloonkeeper, did
identify Ktinre positively.
'This murder sprang out of Irish
politics some way, it is not necessary
to even conjecture how, but ihero is
no motive of Kunre to have taken part
la the crime. Even if Merles and
James were to be believed and Nie
mann been more posltho, there is no
difficulty in reconciling theso fact
with his innocence. I mean to say he '
might havo been In the Clark street
iat and all other places ami still have
been Innocent. I tolluve the verdict
of the jury was not only unwarranted
by the evMenco but was an absurdity.
"As to tlio other defendants I over
rule the motion for a new trial."
Little Kuuze was on his feet In an
Instant, blurting out In his broken
English: "Thank your honor; 1 am
very much obliged for your kindness."
"You are not indebted to me for any
kindness," said the court.
"Is there any motion for arrest of
Judgment!"' asked the court.
Mr. Forrest knew of no grounds for
one, but made it to have it on record.
The court overruled it, and asked if
the prisoners bad any thing to say.
There was a moment's suspense and
then Dan Coughllii arose and said In
jf rm tones: "Your honor, I am Inno
SjenL I was convicted by perjurers."
O'Biillivati's voice trembled slightly
aa he said:
"I have not much to say. I protest
ay Innocence liefore God and man,
and time is not far distant when it will
be shown. I was convicted by a
prejudiced Jury and perjured evidence.
I do not ask for mercy; I nsk for Jus
tice. I have not had justice."
Burke stopped chewing gum long
enough to say: "I nm Innocent. I al
ways know that in Kngland they allow
perjurers to go on the stand and con
vict innocent men, but I never knew It
was done in America."
A moment's silence followed and
then the court said:
Will the prisoners rise?"
The thrre men arose and the court
imposed the sentence in the following
"Following and confirming to th
verdict of the Jury, the judgment of
the court is that you be taken to the
penitentiary at Jollet and there be con
ned for the term of your natural
Judge McConnell Intimated he would
m willing to grant a stay for the sake
of humanity. If he were sure he had
authority to do to, saying he had given
the matter some attention and could
-Ind no authority.
Kunta was then admitted to bail in
the sum of tt.ouo.
Iast night the three prisoners were
taken to Jollet, where they arrived
Wicnrra, Kan., Jan. 1.V Tlie eteo
ntlve committee of the immigration
bureau held a meeting yesterday
wsornlng and decidol to send agents
Vast with advertising malUr to work
sap immigration. They discussed
a plan of placing agricultural eshi lilts
In all the leling Eastern cities. Ths
association met at ten o'clock snd
eeapowsred the executive commit
tee te handle the finance quea
tiea for the association. A num
ber of speeches of a general
eearaeter were made, when Hmt ad
Jearasd to asset st call of Uw etrcwtlve
eawualKse. Taesxecstlve coearaltUse
set again la the afternoon and It was
acrerd to try sad awke srrsJKressesU
far running sosne excursieas fresa the
Kast to Ksasas.
WAWeaMel fleWt sftsaW
BriMABCK, N. D., Jaa. IV Twenty
eaght granger awssbersof the lloeas ef
aewMn tall van kae mm oa ths war
i teesist seeaasr wsih
slat the lower braach
t te this sSeet, Taf
s. wae is a f i
vm astrsyet tJsat ilianat by ssesdaV
law a lawyer ehsinasi sf the rsilriad
kaf a lawyer etasin
. Vj aTasvas. The rev
1 tw) It la dejkjer
rsvekt Is swowtiag sad
Is Ires usdssrtthst
VIM Bwaaalttaf Traaaaiat at attoy CsMXr
Km-, Arratal at MaasBMa. Ttw.
MKXriits, Trnn., Jan. 1 -Janes
M. Fortner, the defaulting treasurer of
Hllcy County, Kan., wss arrested here
yesterdsy and is held to await the
arrival of the sheriff from that county,
who had pursued him to St. fouls.
Fortner, in company with a woman,
arrived on the strainer City of Cairo at
two o'clock. A police officer, Iv
ebedlenco to a telegrata from the
sheriff, boarded tlio boat, but it was
some time before ho found the fugttlte,
whowns traveling under the name of
As the officer was about to leave the
boat ho saw a nun emerge from a state
room who he thought answered the de
scription of Fortner.
The officer tnet with a decided
at tlrst, but It did not work and
tier asked him to go back to the
room. Ho did so and a moment
in came the woman who, Fortner sal I,
was his Wife. She cried and protested,
but finally both weakened.
Fortner was taken to police headouart
era and locked up. He had aUiut lsj
in bills and a check for a small sow.
The prisoner refused to talk further
than to acknowledge that his name
i was Fortner; that he had been treas
urer of lllley County three years, nud
that he wits accused of belng'an enilwt
tier of 10,000, which he denied.
Fifteen minutes later the woman
drove up In a carriage nud she and
Fortner talked (or some time. She
left the station ostensibly for a hotel
but was driven to the I nm Mountain
depot and left for SL fouls at five
The woman is about thirty years old.a
handsome brunette exquisitely diessed.
Fortner acknowledged that she is not
Ist night Chief Davis received a
telegram to hold the woman as she was
Implicated In the steal.
Fortner will leave ln the charge of
the sheriff for Manhattan to-night.
Ttia Okla (.agUlatara CkNM Caltla a
Hrlr I'ylWd m4Im SMialnr-Uaa Uaai
rral lil Nul Xnf Wat Mlfa.
Cot.UMiius, O., Jan. It. Calvin S.
llrice was at noon to-day elected to tlio
United States Senate, receiving a ma
jority of the votes in each branch of
In the Senate Shaw, of the I.lma
district, nominated llrice. tJanmcr, of
Zanesvilie, seconded the nomination,
saying that the nominee was a
brave soldier In time of war
and a brave statesman In time of
peace. Schneider, of Cincinnati, nomi
nated Murat llalstead. It was re
ceived with cheers, hisses and laughter.
The presiding officer gave notice that a
repetition of the disorder would lead to
a clearance of the lobby. Masale, of
Chllllcoths, nominated eE-Uoveroqr
The vote in the Senate was: llal
stead. 1; Foster, 14; llrice, in.
In the House a rail was demanded to
bring lu members, llrown (Democrat)
of Hancock, who was sick, wan carried
to the hall in a chair. The only other
Democrats absent were Troeger, of
Holmes, and Lawler, of Franklin, who
is 111. Willis and lilalr(ltvpubllcans)
Hunt, of Sandusky, presented the
name of Calvin 8. llrice, which was
seconded by Helloville,of Montgomery.
Representative llramau named Charles
Foster, which was seconded by Repre
sentative Laylln. On the roll call the
vote of Counts, for llrice, was received
with cheers, as was also that of Muu
son, two of the members who were ac
credited with being bolters.
Smith, the third caucus bolter, voted
for 1 T. Neal. Ilia vote was received
wltti a subdued murmur. 1'ennell, a
strong llrice man and worker, voted
for Foster by mistake, and before tie
could make the correction the House
was in an uproar with threats that the
hall would have to m cleared unices
order was maintained.
The vote .si the House stood: llrice,
67; Foster, M, and Neal, I. In the
combined ballots of the House ami
Senate, 144 votes, Ilrloe received a ma
jority of H. Ue received " votes and
A ravarafcla Wat aa lla CaskaVMa ta
ha rarasara Bavtasv.
Cnirano, Jan. Ift, Tlie Fsrmers'
Review says: Outside of Michigan
and Wisconsin our correspondents as a
rule report the condition of winter
wheat equal to or above the average.
The condition of winter wheat in
Ohio is apparently about the sare as
In Illinois. In Wood County It falls SA
per cent. llow the average and In
Morrow CountV an per rent, below. In
10 oilier countlea 10 to ! per cent lie
low the average. With these excep
tion the condition ranges from 100 to
ISA per cent
In Indian, only four corrsspoadsnU
report sversges lluw 1A
In Kansas and MLsaouri tbrwHiarters
of our corrssaoadeats reort 1W (r
cent, or ovar. Useae Csssnty, Mo., re
port soase dsaiage from Hesslaa f y.
We surarasriss as follows ths tsferte
of correspendenU reUtiys to the cotdi
Ilea of winter wkssat as eses pared with
aa average: Illlaois, IM per eswt; In
dlaas, ltd; Okie. U, Ksatacay, IM;
MlsaesaTi, !". Kansas. !; Iowa, M;
Mlehifsa, M; Wtaroaala, Ml
Lafno. Jsa. 14, Lord CarnwaMU
Nspier of MagisU Is 4mA. He was a
rktisi of lsEasata. Lord Xasler wss
la 111 sad served with distitae
ia a sassier ef wars hi wfcka
htilliast ensssslaralasT aetac la
tie with the esflare ef Fs-kla, ths
AbyasialSB e latUia
gaTtwaiA, Xaa- Jasv IsV The sajsV
Set tajaesS B a vweeeea at rwv
Catao, III., Jan. It A tornado (Ntn
day night strwrk the east aide of the
elty of Clinton, Ky , demolishing fifty
tve house and killing elevvu people
and wounding fifty-tints.
Two messengers from the scene of
the disaster report that eight of the
fifty-three wounded are so se loutly In
Jurrd that they ate not likely to live.
Fur Mirrml inllra anuiid Clinton I
tMsrlt . Il.li. I. rt.l l.i ti,althwrM hha t. tlatrt.t fcf
groatHl. Tlio llrst building struck was
a section house about half a mile from
town and which was occupied by John
Musics and his family, consisting ol
his wife and three children, all of
whom were killed. Tlio population ol
the town Is about 1,000, and at first It
was feared that hundreds had be a
killed, but the list was found to he
comparatively small. Only eleven
bodies so far have been found.
Small bouses were lifted tmdlty from
the ground and whirled around In the
air, dropping to the ground with a ter-
j rlfying crash and llug literally
smashed Into kindling wood, tlylnc
tlmbers filled the air. and the crash of
falling buildings mingled with the
shrieks of people fleeing front thai!
ruined homes. The path of the tornadc
was about 800 yards wide, aa shown by
the debris. The loss so property Is esti
mated at alout TO.aoo, although ac
correct figure can yst tw given.
The lltst house struck la Clinton wai
a section house of the Illinois Cvatra!
road occupied by Mr. Joka Rhodes sad
The house was torn to splinters and
Mr. Rhodes and two children were
killed ou'rlght. Ills wife and one child
escaped death, but both are d ringer
ously hurt. The house of Mr. Jobs
ttsddlcs was Mown down, and (laddies
was found under the debris with an In
fant lu his arms. G addles was dead,
but the child was not hurt. The houss
of Robert Johnson, which stood on las
brow of the hill, seenied to divide Is
half, being cut la two just below tht
second floor and letting the upper por
thai fall In Its place.
Following Is a revised list of ths
killed and Injured at Cltutou, so far a
Killed John A. Rhodes snd two
children, Mrs. William Hone, Hurnelt
Done, Walter Nance. John W. Gaddles,
Infant child of Judge K. 0. Iltgs
one other person not yet Identified.
Wounded Judge K. C Hodges, wlft
and two children; U. R. Owynti, wife
child and father; C. W. Voorltees
child and two relatives; Rev. N. W.
Little, wife and two children; D. Slub
bleftcld and several members of hit
family; Mrs. Foster and two children;
Mrs. J. A. Rhodes and oae child, child
will die; A. L. Kinerson and two ehll
dren; A. F. Justice and one child:
William Hone and two children) F.
Hone; Mrs. J. W. O addles and ens
child; Mr. Jackson; Robert Johnson
Sr., snd ll'ibert Johnson, Jr., (both
dangerously); W. It. Nauce, wife sad
BLAZE AT BALTIMORE.
A Btaia Klaaalwr aaS Bjrtilak Shla
HaraaS WHS Uaaa Llfa.
IlAt.TlMonr, Md., Jan. 14. Ths
grain elevator known as the Northers
Central railroad elevator No. 3, In this
city, was burned last night. It was
worth tSOO.Otnatid wss Insured, mostly
locally. The corn stored there wss
worth 1300,000, was owned by Individ
ual shippers and was fully Insured In
small policies In local comanlea Not
withstanding great shipments there sre
1,400,000 bushels of grain In llaltjetere
elsvators, and Uie loss of this elevator
is an liTeparslde calamity to the si
sorters, s titers are no facilities now
teget rid of theglutinthe grain trade.
The elevator, the property of the
Nortltern Ontral railroad, was turned
ever Ui the Its) timer Klevator Cos.
pany on January 1, sad the loss falls
on that company. 11 hail a capacity of
storing W i.oon baahela. It was erected
In leTs. Kvtry modern appliance for
safety ssd dls'mlrh in handling grain
was used. The lifters were of Iron,
snd ths three dock legs ware capable
of discharging IS,0os bushels per lioer.
The Itritlsh steamship twrolKrsoo,
lying near the wharf, was entirely de
stroyed In flames from the burning ele
vator. The llrltlsh steamers Nerta
Erin snd Khlo had their Blasts and
rigging and some of their upper works
destroyed. Three of the crew of the
Kacrolioaco sre ml suing and It Is be
lieved they were burned to death.
Iliey are all Kiigllshroon. naud
Riliert Curua, chief enginr, John
White, fireman, and Charles Johrtsea,
Among th-i crew seriously btrrnad
sre: Cbsries Appleton, stewahl;
Thomss Knight, colored, cook. New
York; YA Whiteside, snd A. J. Robin
son, KugiUh seaman.
lisiataai C'aaaa4M'l laaaaasaSaS.
Coi.t'Mst's. O., Jan. IA-Jaa-s K.
Cawpbtll took ths esthef oaV US.t
at aeoa. His m usage to the Ijr-gisia-ters
wss brief and loaches epen e
aemher of subjects of K'.ato and local
latere. He ravesntaends that home
rale U rsstered to ail the cities as
speedily as pnsaiMe sad enters Into de
tail ss to the seeds at Ctarleasti.
lie streaglf esse s sets the sys
teen ef ballet rfcme) twatsaealy
railed the Aaatralsaa syeteas and
sketches brieiy the searwss with which
jACsnesr, Mies., Jaa. 11Jehn
Marshall Mawe was laeafsjraisd Uvt
eraer yesterday, T Issrsagarsi ad
drees was very leagtay. Reeeiac refer
ease was asade te the sett
waslis at Vlctatowf (lews sad gray I
The eVseraet eesveesed the wis Ukal
aaarty we esawsllew be flrea the .weve.
e igimail the belief that
toeetoseerrte the awath be
ef s teem ef Is In si st f n
taw wsrtisra aeeaH. Megaiisaaly
K'jtVrers sea rl trw-lly awses that
taorwt las-a tr roaUfUms. or Ikat hi
are lu to tke rsu et tulC paraslw
tn tta llnlttK auti' ef h ant
us' toss fclKi-vti' ..
kowvr, kas prvied ih t i a f , sJ
lid rrattlt of liilt UVWI cf.t I last ttl;
WiMf r.ae brw Itinnatatrvt tiiAj
Catarrb, Hay VYr ami Osurtkei IWi
st )rmaaeUi rurvM tn rwn tirr
itK ci'lttUi. tii1 i tjf Ha
i jaunion. iu nvi hwh
N R Tlila trnttmrnt t aot SnutT r Ml
rftntUWfl r-hii-UlslMMiu A iiii
let rt,UlhlD Ibl br tivMlroral U ! e
rsv-ll et hr crnts In tUwii U pv
wtut r A It llm tVa. vr AfJoha
as J KIs ritrtsrt, IVivsUs Cns.l.-i'Vr
Hufferer frvm ("itiUl treaMss saU
crrfuU) tra-l VM
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SWaJtijr ft tr htur nja U InUuHjr f
Ijrtag aa4 Ua aUailj ! Uw Nm4
lag MMStWrs if th tvitffrsaiUa horn a
thai Um are.nn Kt-t Hit Jfutnai.
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pal ll4 Ml Mt
and I tlli II b itiw she kvkrd " kl.aie
(he err pl.tine ! l-dl au4 liraliit
Wbal Is tU ix'TTt ( Hi" WetL- rrplfi
llrern, "lm joii ask 11,1 will lcll)ig li
ui lr IVn FatdrMa I'ftsv HUn I
-iour ai-cU-sv (IihxI niglit " 'Ta
terite fteaeriiUii' Is Ike erily fwti lr
laatlrUaU ilfranftiHruU asJ HMkMitn
at (tmall "U In ilrvissUl. umlrr r"
tew r-4it l f U Ing lll'liiv In fttf)
rae,ur avmry aid lor II rlurnrU
n bdlmitss,slck af.Whe,linUcaU(Mi,
Uit tvnsUatlia, lake tf lll a ItllrU
0B snlUlsn Alkva la alUrr watahs at,.
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aaaari tasavy ,a.a hi aatiy siaw
SalTerra Haawi kUrress
To va Hum l'trM lufoim yeur
reatlrra thai I tia a mUi iniirdr fal
Ilia sliova namril tla f llmi-lj
Umi llituaalilat lKrlr-.a im liato rJn
pr I mi an rutty Oirrtl I shall t (la.) l.i Mint
iwn IkiIIU of any rnr.t) rait Ui ant ul
jour frailrra jh. lao imsuiuIIii If lle
will arn4 ate Ihrlr rijuraa an.l a rS".r
addlvsft Uwaull).T A ntixva.M i
III IVall alirrt. .Nm Vwk-
a rtHsialawyar Majr m m selatiae aad
ksvacktarUnastaMarrlass, hui waaa
eeeeyla a rasaialag faa aha lavtu adwi
aa is aagagS--aawa (Varlar
Ta plaant Samr, cautl srllnn aa4
imliiii( rftola ol himiiiil ('!, li In
ftilwfa liiatlieaiuflf llHifalUinr toll.
brCtislU f lilllotit lh mt fialllllns
rautu fullow Ita u, kit Itial It la Ilia lr
family laaicly ksoMn add amy fassllr
ahuuld aaia a l-ollX
Tes alatin Ikat lataakaaa tnstaaas Is eaa
SartaS ua aavaS anarlflaa aaaais rlsslk4s,
Val raaUj It Is snaaxf Vxl aasealt k tssrias
It (s a pleasure to sola the growth at lha
Klkhait I'arriara ami llarr. Maimlailuf
lug IVuiipanv, t KUbatt, ll.it 1tu-li aers
ho (ke Kih roow af tVeSst.aia fi
1 bis ivrnpait r itrals tmly -alia lb iiniuar
aii J aak tbvlr cnsUiirs Ik) Btl.UI'ai'.ra
piaHU TMs ahli sii)Wlnie, with priv
iltt lu'saailna befora ki)lnt; A as pat
raulusvta aiallr! fiea ui aat siaJraaa. eaa
tvwas a gt-aagtsrs M to wbs sets
assets Us weal as florids Vs siaaaisw
is sals fasjBlsIs ef gussaasi testa.
o aa. tea rara-M ml rsasa.
Mlld,enullablrllMa!,rr fain aaJ aasiNaahl
m Il4ifr-uit.cralii)graka,aia. h muy
tiilliaaull. rililiifnraiall fie AAJra
Tss "wtwAing Uav sf eigar Is ass toar
watahtaaaaaTssU w UsVrraei t'osaar
Rrssi v etery sritrl mU Is ckaapaaed,
In nl f jfioOtirtlaii, at tiatuM l uaill
lallilRs' RlfslitcSksti Is -rJl-.U) whsl
It was la lv ai-W; smra. kaimUsasas
ualfurai Ask fit gtir fn IV.
Rest teats tto baatMsH Ri
ess toss asWysasialsa tto Cast
. k a -
War iln'tjou trjr Carlo's lAMh IJef
Dilal Hi- ai s -iultJte cura tar irk
h"Sla ha, aait all Uia IIU pt4uf4 Sf Sla
urilil r Uatyaaaanl a 4o,
1 "art Is aWtTae" psleMag sto ew
ted ssaet Us asritsal vtrWa - IsWaM rres
fa Tttffat IHaa aat (ritaia Sas
Paoas'a bsiisiaitt, Tr"" fjke all
itJ .W iblnys, Ur si laltlS. fa
tul SS laiif Ik Sat,
n.a n. i-a ii i.i.m .i.
t Oaifre sikitt I toas-a-S to esaeaV
sistiijf ledges If seywsiuaissssr
Pruina Ar KlIM ky C(ka ikal Hsu's
tfr-f f HorrliowNJ a4 Tar woyM fvtm
Ptkr'aTowtUa.ti lirci l"if In iaalaula.
h) swUla ta s
Mfllot'ts'rM, i1IiiU, n, h4nhm,
af ralirrrH uf aa af CaiUf a Ui
Ua .tr ntla.
Wets Us at
walag rsrn kSIU f U s -
Brr eatf-t ia na atvt '&
nihtf farCaUfrh. II; S(a(fUl
Wm Uriac aavtssis -s-tinaa Um
haOitac aad arssa ksayla--AlikUii UMst.
Tssr rKaarfM-ar tik kM'sVr tf r sfit
fxuis trass Talil a r.wfc be Cfr
Tea wissau It aJeM if
Is SB alt raall, -ltwat Ursrtasr,
Atimr 29 T.urav
s4sas af rSea
U ! f-s
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ek-tk s rmtt - ss l(
rttajrs, 4 , l4; avtew.
f rtStst KS aaia Is Sf a rnsa wv
STsnS n f TVr 4k(.jM4ks
U aa4 a Hssalt at ti
mm t'a a eaf -
aw. Sa-w aw?. .'rae
m MMMi S U,Ss
At Sjtaait a SstlfSS
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amMvaWawaf aTassBatl aSpfTBaSjHj
HBk RsvwSaw sw ww
Saastr-J. mmtmfm "' SaWl-ffTTea
I aaeTdaav. sf-asl I bsavLV e'B Bta-wa'aVP'
BJisS aWaaBjSs W VS S; iaawaaraBaTaW
11 1 fa SaA Vaa l tfSpaiaa. aaa aa ST ST U as II IsT
ila aXWil "VVsiaa asra w m bh -as aa SB
Tlie enslvslcnt In KnelUh eaeiKV ttf IMM was
sa old Isilv in lmdoa lor the
stravrd or len stole. I'es.ple ralUsl bet a rraah,'' sad prhaa a
was. It Is unfortunete that one of the fteallrr set tstaeM ever eS)
Ibis title, vet tnsnv do. II Is. feist
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rstirr nature, iMil'l tdsme aecb suffema U they are Mr-nMsy.'
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