U.S.S. Yorktown, moored to coal wharf New York.
16-09-1891 - 8 a.m. to meridian:
By order of Comdg. Officer rewards were offered for the following men T. Cassidy (Qr.Mr.), J. Johnson (cox), M. Teahan (C.H.), J. Healy (W.T.), P. Friedling (S.A.1.C.), J. Dolbier (O.S.), J.H. Cummings (C.H.), Golden J.E. (C.H.), J. Connelly (C.H.), W.J. Sloan (2.C.F.), J. Daly (W.T.), S. Simmons (O.S.), F.W. Flynn (C.H.) and F.W. Warren (C.H.).
T. Cassidy (Qr.Mr.) was brought on board by the police 75 hours overtime and a reward of ten dollars paid for his delivery, he was then placed under sentry's charge for safe keeping By order of Comdg. Officer.http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol006of040_cr2_to_jpg/vol006of040_092_1.jpg
18-09-1891 - 8 a.m. to meridian:
W. F. Flynn (C.H.) was brought on board by the police of New York 75 hours overtime.
Most of the men returned on board in the days that followed, but no mention of awarded rewards.