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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               0m VOU IX. NO. 9193. FORlY ROUGHS ROUlED. A Lively Scrimmage with Blackthorns at Tipperaiy. PARM.LLS PIT OUT. A Rumoi That the Fighting Leuder'i jHlutl t nbulanced Denied oy iiu, fower of tbe Priests. The W ivc of Id action Swelling i wave of reaction against Mr Painell is becoming more pro uounrnl Hit influence of the priests la rapidly making itself full In the churches everjwheie but especially in Kilkenny, Sunday, Llit clergj urged openly upon j'leir hearers theilutj of, follow ing the ad viceof the bisht ps and striking a blow at immoralitj in high places by voting against PuriK.ll Ihe bishop of Clqyne has requested tin, members of the league te his diocese to iv ithdraw from the pres- ent orgauuatkn controlled by Mr Par anti sieakus lul u fn nil) le oeptioil DlUlt wahlhult I win n heal I luded to hlsdevot on tu the ml his former to i'limll I ut ialliir O'Shea resound certuin dtmim i itiuns of Paruell lluryivasa btotni) Nationalist convention at Mr 1 mull was vehemently assailed mid Mr Huntlj Me Carthy was called up u to lesion 1m neat iu parliament foi Nt u i) on tl L uf his leaning tcm trd Faiuell A mass meet lug was held at Lain u Keller presided Uesjlutions len UIIUUL, Parnell were adopted At tin lord a huge procession with 400 toictibt arers awaited Mr 1'unell but lie fulled to come Resolutions indoising Paiuell were adopted He Parnell In Hlillng Mr Healy said that Parnell wanted to make men like Dillon U iii u n ami St turn Ktimi ou tlie altar of his iu u 1'tnill boasted ihat lie won! I ixpi! three McCartbyites but he had undertaken a contract too big for him Parnell bad prostituted the elided tenants fund by TKKNTON, MONDAY AKTKKNOON, DKCififliBKK 15 1890. ADESERlEDGIRLTSDEED TWO ueing it to hire boys to break his opponents' skulls with sticks and stones Mr Healy also detlared that Mr Darnell s statement that he would have ret red-h id Mr (jla 1 stone requested it earlier w is i lie Healv nell, nntl to form a reorganized league, dwelt upou the y shea Rt She Ined to Kill Her Lover and Herself. SEMUUL UTILl SHOTS FIRtD. Switchman (.allahans Desperate Fight for Life with Pretty Huiinah Illllon la the Path of an Appruat hing ExpreM Mad Desire for Reveiige free fiom itllmiite with the discredited leader 1 lie I ust and bouth Down branch- es of tin league have stopped remitting to the e mit-uiiy at 0ublm until the right to dispose of tic general fund is made moil clear Ihe scenes at the Tip perar) meeting are regarded as a prelude to a campaign of violence that may reach a degree little short of mil war before the question it issue is finally decided by the Irish people Tin re a Lively Scrimmage. A L, of forty roughs captured the meeting mid temp inrily carried every thing tor l'i mil But the contingent of couiur) ptople iroui a radius of twenty mllis around came m and the situation was speedlh changed After a lively series of the anti Parnellites got control of the meeting and the most vie int of tie Parnellltes were expelled ,lw latter lt.pl- pome- to the spot armed with lit ivy b Kktuorus and there is no doubt th it thev li id premehtated violence Such events go far to sustain tlou tint Piruells following IB made u of I1 e nff riff of the cities, or as he pu II, 111 icsidum in (tint, was attended b) pe kons V ssrs II tl) and Sexton who ha hem 1 t speak telegraphed tbe: respect-., th" 1 ittt r on iccuuut of illness Mr Davitt telegraph, d that he was un able to Have Kilkcnnv where he said th fat< of I i n e rule depended on the gle Ihe mining was a disorderly or from tin sint the trouble begmnin when C inon nh 11 took the chair The Painellites made an uproar, and th confusion w is so grc it that the attempl at speaking eouU not be heard A bod of men armed w ith stout sticks snddenl raided the platform and drove away th chairman ant] leaders of the meeting, bu before the; could reorganize the meetin the oppo-.il" faction r tilled and recapture the platform driving the roughs off th scene After order had been restoret resolutions supporting the McCarthy part were adopted The Pot Calling the Kettle Black. Mr Heal) 's statement to tbe effect tha he and Biggar at one time contemplate strangling the Paruell O'Shea connectioi was the subject of severe animadversioi by John O'Connor, one of Parnell's sup porters, who said to a correspondent tha Biggar especially had no right to reflec upon anj prnate affairs of Parnell, hay ing been himself the paramour of a woman by whom he had a child, to which chili and mother he bequeathed nearly all his property, and none to the national cause Mr O'Connor said these facts did no derogate from Mr Biggar's services to hi country, and he did not believe that Big gar ever joined in any reflection upon Mr Parnell Parnell'i Mental Balance mil Bight. The nalaned members of parliament op- posed to Mr Parnell are already in serious pecuniary embarrassment It Is reportei that two of them have applied to and re- ceived temporary aid from Mr Gladstone In an interview William Redmond scoutot the reports that Mr Parnell was mentall; unbalanced "The same has been he remarked, "of Ctesar, Napoleon and great man m the critical moments of history, when their extraordinary ef forts were too great for the comprehension of ordinary critics Parnell Called Them "Guttenulpet. KHKENNT, Dec 15-Mr Parnell and a party of his adherents went from here to Tullyrone in a brake and attended meeting there Mr Parnell made a speech which was a brief repetition of his former addresses at other points The audience was with him, and the names of Heali and Hennessy were Kreeted with profani derision Mr Parnell afternard ad dressed a meeting at Freshford He was quite violent, and referred to the seceders as miserable guttersnipes, who had been dragged from obscurity by himself It Was Not a Cordial Reception, He said that after winning the contest at Kilkenny he would traverse Ireland and ask the support of the people At this point there was great confusion, the op pouents of Parnell shouting, and indulging in other offen- sive cries The police intervened and pre- vented further trouble Mr Parnell con- cluded the day by an address at Urhng ford Henly's New Banner. Messrs Healy, M J Kenny, Tanner and Davitf addressed meetings here in support of, Su John Pope Heunessy Healy de- clared that if Parnell was allowed to re turn to the leadership he (Healy) would atump Inland with the new banner made ofMre O Shea's petticonts He said that Paruell h. d put Cnpt O'shea in p rlla inent in exchange for his wife's honor .Mr Davitt and-iir John Pope Htnuessj spoke at Fnshford They reached befoie which the priest hurl jioslponed until then appearance Father O'Mien pusided nt the meetiuir MNNtll Absolutely Pure. A rf poWJer. "Hit Of In 0. B, aJf. IT, severely denouncing Mr Paruell s whole course of conduct He said of Mr O'Brien's character obliged to hunt out ParnelPs whereabouts through the aid of Mrs 0 Shea as it was necessary to do in order to obtain an mteivicvv Healey declared that Parnell bpnuitesec retary, Campbell, confessed l u he was hiding Paruell wheu McCarthy was look Ing for him m order to apprise him of Mr Gladstone's decision that he should retire The McCarlujltei Satisfied. The McCarthyites are well satisli dwitb. the progress of their campaign in K Iken ny They have fifteen members of parlia- ment addieasing the electors today MM. Llpplncatt In Jail, ATLAMIcCiTY XJ ,Dec 15 Mrs Julia C Lippmcott, indicted on one charge of forgery in this city, has been brought from Camden by Sergt Jesse Ijeetis of thepohce force jbhe bul-and was taken to the May's Landing jail She wad very pale and objected to eutir ing the jail at Mrst She brought consul erable luggage She remained in the parlor of the sheriff 8 residence u itil sup per time, when she was placed at the table next to Joseph F tin arrjuitted wife murderer It was thou 'ht bj many that she would be placed iu the ittie cell which Eva Hamilton occupied while here, but she was locked in a cell on the mian's side of the jail A reporter en led on her but she was too tired to talk shir If Lac j said that she would probably be admitted to bail todayaud would leave Maj s Laud ing Koch's at the Capital. WASHINGTON, Dec Koehs cele hrnted lymph cure is now beiuij tried on five patients m various stages of pulmo- nary tuberculosis at Garheld hospital m this city Ihe first inoculation was made several dajs ago. and the results are watched w ith great interest by the hospital physicians and the doctors of the c tj So far in none of the cases h is the pati  in this city last evening Han n ih Dillon a handsome young woman thrown isiile by James M L tllahan, a fcwitchm in on the Boston and Maine rail road v sited his station w th the intention of killing her lover and then herself Tb it her scheme might not fail she threw herself }e front of-au aj proae-lnng express train know ing that he w ould lush to her rescue After she had been carried to a place of sate.t> and while her lover's arms were wtill around her she drew a revolver, aud pressing it against his breast flred two shots, but neither shot took effect A DetpeiHtv Fight for Life. Callahnu s iw the flash of the revolver in the headlight of the engine, which dashed past and in some unaccountable way turned the eouiseofthe bullet so that it penetrated only his clothing Again the inftiiiat d woman fired, and again her vic- tim escaped death Then followed a des perate struggle for the possession of the weapon and the man's superior strength saved his life Ihe woman wasc verpowered and locked up bhe was intoxicated, aud it was then believed to be onlj a drunken freak But later she told a story of delib- erate plotting to kill They Lovers Once Ten >ears ago Hann ih Dillon and James tallnian were schoolmates and their fueu np_i e-d into a, more intimate r liiionslup Ihe girl sajs her love for all il a i was reciprocated until her con ditiuii (u lid no longer be concealed, and tlen he threw her aside and icfused to marry her C all-it in savs tb it his refusal was based upon ti e fict that the was dissipated that she was en to drink b> his le e t 01 after promising to shield her fit m diSf.r re She threatened to commit suicide but he laughed at her Her Desperate Plot At last she knew that her father would soondisiover her condition, and a week ago told him f-he had obtained worK in a I1 li nda hotel for the winter Her to b d her father good b} and then take In l m n and her lover M life She bought a n ill revolver in I ju and with the loa ed r volverin hei i ocket she went to tht svitchridi s hut which Callahan oc- cu] ed ror several nights she watched the hut but Callahau was there alo ic Uor Cniyage ittiled Her. I Ind rlei tj of chances to kill him but several t lines 1115 courage failed me" she i last I brooded f-o long over my wrongs hat 1 determined to kill him at Ihe next opportunitj I bought two hot ties of whiskj, and drank one of them m order to slea my nerves If it had not bt n for that whisky I should have sue ceeded Oh if I had only sent that bullet through IIH healt an 1 then stopped my 0 vnj cart beating Well I went to the crossing determined to kill him I knew tint he h id to fix the switches for the 6 p cl ck express, so I walked tip and down thetraok like a druukeu worn an I w is perfectly steady then A boy saw me and told allahan tn  coolly He deuifs that he pioimsed to marry the girl, but admits that they were good friends until her dissipated habits pre vented him from entertain ing any thoughts of marriage 1 he D lion girl possesses re- markal le be mtv and has a wonderful phvsuj IB fur a woman She is 25 j ears old 1 he police believe that she h is a touch of insinity Her motbel is now confined in the Danveis Anotliei New Jersey Mystery CAMDJS N J.Dec IS police have anotbtr murder mjsterj to solve De velOjHnents of the last few hours show be vond ad mut th it Mrs t Flemniing, whose I odv was found ou the i ail road track at botith Camdeu, was biutilly murdered Mis Flemming, who lived at No bS) Mount was last seen alivelateFri dav night she was on her way to her home It H supposed that as she was crossing the trick of the Jersey road, neiu beventh stiect she was attacked by her assailant, aud that he killed her to pre vent his identity from becoming known and place 1 her body on the railroad track so that it would be struck by a tram Indications of foul Play -She bodv WHS fouud across the rails in such a position as to indicate that it had been placed there Ihe scene of the tragedy was not far from the South Camden station 1 here were many bruises on her bodi It was at first supposed that she li id been killed bj a train but an examm al ion of the body shows that she met with foul plaj 'I he womsu's skull has the upptarauce of having been crushed in with u blunt instrument Ihe police have been nt work on the case all daj, but it is not known whethei they have nny clew to (he murderer It is also undetermined whether more than one person took part in the cume THE A New Dt ti TRUST ipi 1 rar 1 I ife 1 1 in i urtfc i li ist link r u I t. w is for v Ih Ihb lai M >d it In m nou u 11 u t i f x t ss li-s uti. I 1 lUiker irities THE TBKNTON Thin Time It Ifl Vim Dec special from distil Pa says Moses II Dovej a riveter at KIMC h s shipyard is one of three heirs to a fortune of fi OIK) 000 Recently he re i d a leitei fiom tin probate court of b upland 'fating that there was an unset- tled estate at Staffordshire' and they would like him to forward sin h evidence as to his parentage he possessed The evidence was 'ent and Mr Devey received word last from the court ofhct rs stating that his claim had been received and also giv ing assurances that his prospects of receiv ing the mono} wore good Fatally Itcaten and Ronbecl NEWCASTLF, Ind Dec 16 night an unknown robber attacked Asa Wai Idee and wife, an aged couple residing neat here, itnd bent them fatally, and then taking tl 000 in cosh, escaped Gone with BtAMI'fOVf f Dec- Hftn- ter, Insurimoe nwent, has disappeared His J[ Is short 'lit In tl nip.it Marker Bio-, PHIIAIIEIIIIU Dec Insuiaiit e auti 1 rust compaii) the ollit f the K thonotnrv a boil 1 f i f (l 'Kiel as secui it) resunttl list weik by Abral and Baiker Ihe tr have been made by the B u k tin bent lit of teitain deposit s Barker Brjs company buonl 1 t of these fnored deposltois pr will t ike from the assets of th in the hauls of the assignet s vvh >se par is cousitleral 1 of IKX) ind their market than tht deposits f h the securities au as collator U J I is will consi qtlentlj leave less to le among the oilier creditors si Bros be fort el to liquidation was created Sept Jj last, and it by thedeed of the trust that tl were for tht1 purp of sectllli s ibser b ers to tbe formation of the Am j an and European rinance corporatK limited for which Birkei Bios tL Co uny LJ be financial agents Ihep titiou t the li ir kerssajsthat they are hamptr 1 m the discharge of tbe duties of tli tt ist by their financial embarrassment au 1 leaired to be relieved Ihe change was made to thddirard Irust company appit 1 of bj the court and bonds fixed at i "JU THE NEWS IN BRIEF Condenneil Gathered at Ran tlom fiom Various Plain irancis Rlnml aged 47, leape I from a four story window of the Hotel at New and received injui from which he died H a dry goods tirumtuer, committed suicide at .New York bv shout lug himself It is said that James E Boyd L.I elect of Nebraska, is ineligible lo the office for the reason that he is a citizen of England Hugh Dever Joseph Hussev Jjseph Johnson and Neal McLlvame wti- killed and several others injured on a cr ssini at Bristol Pa Ihe iotlerati u of Labor ha lecldeil that the miners shall be the ti ide uuion to m ike a stand for the e it hou dav Ihcstort of the J B Barnabj crmpanv at Piovilence, R I ts tie stiojed ly fire loss KOODOO Uie men were hurt A Mute s Mania for Crime MAI SLASHING, I, Dec 15-Charles Kroekel a 10 j tar old mute, of I II irbtr City la a puzz e to the authorities ut the cwjuty almost every term of e irt he before Heed ti s me charge of theft He is au expert loci icker andbuiglar and his patents caution th ing with him He his been sent sneral times to the reform scht ol at Jam sbure, but each time escaped and returuttl li me He seems to have a mania for crin e ol which he cannot be cur d He was tried in the Atlantic Citj court here list week on a charge of robbing a residence at I Harb >r C ty Charlie treated tie n attei as a joke and during his trial wrote l note to one of b jurviien 1 n for ten cents He was convicted and will be sen next week Snoci'B fortieth Day of Fastinz NFVV v  excellent qualities commend it to all ami 1m e made it the most popular lemcilv known. i up ot I is for sale 5n 50c nnd 81 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hind pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. 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To every urehaser of? i t vuitl >r more we will give a People's Valued at Express Wagons, Bicycles Tricycles, Steam Engines and Velocipedes. Typewriters are limited to "r i i i i 118 N. BROAD STREET, TRENTON, N C J. ._ i 5 A i 1N YAlES' REMOVAL SALE I ii'-nt alterations will soon btyin at our lllli in 1 luhtnut Stioota Store, in the liuililiticr on t'lustuut Mreet, to i' "i tht CoiiioliiLitKin of the Yites in tin grille; We stinks m largely Ovtitoats and to MI! In Lite removal E K I'INW IN 1'RU hS C. YAlF.3 CO, III lk li llOlll till II i 6th and Chestnut. (L duer Building.) I3th and Chestnut. (New Store me it i i con tberiforp If cannj uvt, i i r HIM v ih n "yPtn llil III I R hr l FTrt-Tfft-ht fFh h IIKtl niai I III I mil s ilf or ne I rr I J l I r Bt ItuIRIO CO.. 819 Nsw J.. JV4,   

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