Anti-anarchist sentiment following Haymarket bombing trial
.' Tho Herald says: "The verdict which condemns sevon of tho Chicago nuarchists to death and the other one to a long term of lmprlsonmont,'.will be hnllod with a general satisfaction not equaled since that which Jollowed tho conviction of Guitenu. With one exception these miscreants have been found guilty of murder, and are condemned ' to pay its penalty. Butthelrcrlmola more heinous and more dangerous than ordfnnry murder. They scoffed at law, conspired against organized government, aud recklessly attacked social order.. The end of their diabolical teachings was goneral murder, arson and pillage. , Thoy plotted ' and threatened wholosale destruction of life and property. In short, what they flought was simply as their name implies annrcliy nnd anarchy of the most appalling kind: They have now been made to feel the grasp ot that 'law which they affected to despise and attempted to tratnplo under foot The verdict rendered yesterday condemns theso criminals to deserved pnnishmont It will have a more tar-reaching effect. It will he a timely and wholesome warning to an--nrcldsts not only In Chicago but in New York, San Francisco, New Orleans, or -wherever they maybe found, that the red flag of anarchism cannot be openly run up with Impunity In this country. The verdict ' Is of national Importance, and the jury that oo promptly .and' fenrlossly rendered It has done a national service;" 1 ; :' ' ' '