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   New York World (Newspaper) - December 17, 1890, New York, New York                                THE f Mn HE II 1 1C SOS II ft THE nUARANTiKD OREATKR THAN THAT OF ANY TWO OTHER AMERICAN NEWS IIU11 A VKK AGE NUMB Kit OF COPIES A ft DURING ELIiVEN MONTHS Ol THE PRESENT W Sic ditc GUHc obcu Xitnliptricnal Sit bit Vlinuiitceu HUT bt Icijtcn Motitofl uua Gonuabenb ijcrs OilCiot an BUSINESS USE WORLD PRICE TWO NEW PllJCE TWO PARNELL A HANDFUL OF LIME THROWN IN HIS EYES AT 1H INTENSE AGONT CON8EQUEHT UPOH POOR MEDICAL DAVITT RECEIVES A BLOW IN A FREE FIGHT AT Parnell SncaUs of Hennesay na That Wio Will Not to Him Am Ex clnitns thnt It Warn Tucft for men to Htriko rend Jllnclitlinrns In Greta Dc Diitnil Cnhed fjlmo Tnltcn from Inrnella with a Pencil ImnDprMiiiulo United v in Pr mouannp Iftw 1ark ITorldL J fSPXOIAXj CABLE DESPATCH TO THE 3 is war to the knife between Paruoll and Todays conflict but barely convey the veal bitter ness existing between the two Everybody predicted a struggle when Davitt made known his intention of chal lenging Parnoll to a public meeting anil brine him face to face with Both parties left here almost together and went to Once arrived both parties spoke from wagons on both Bides of the The excitement among the roughs In Parnells audience rose to a dangerous The same baud which we had met outside the now left Faniells audi ence and came to cheer ing and flurishing They came to break up the Notionalist Owing to the curses and other angry exclamations flying about the Nationalist speaker Father who stood on a car bosiclo cabled to those near him We cant help drive them They began In the twinkling of of an eye the priest bounded off the car flourine a elbowed hii way with astonishing rapidity through the dense mass but brand ishing a whitehorn in h left went ahead of with his blackthorcPiforced his way along side m a ten momenta in thick of the Then followed spme shrill whooping and the rattling of wore forced fortunately without cracking any crowns or spilling any The roughs wore drivenup to their own close to Parnells Some cowardly fellow dealt Davitt a blow on the temple and an other on the while a man hold him by Then down upon Divitts as eailimt came a thwacking blow from Tan ners ThoNationalist having driven back the were now returning to hear the interrupted speech when Father who was Bitting in front of ParnollB was caught by some of his friend and borne upon their shoulders in the direction of the Nationalist He was be Binning with My when Davitt struck one of the bearers on the arm and caused hi n to looson hold of his rever He came down to the eavth again rather more quickly than ho went This counter assault of the Nationalists cowoc the and we had no further molesta tion from Tanner came out of the scrimmage bespattered with Davitt came back white with swinging his white thon in bin left hand and bleeding a His Mack felt hat was An hour or two afterwards tbe Parnellites said that th Nationalists were the This is a Tho aggressors were the rowdies who have attached whether with or without to While Davitt was addressing his friendi rarnell crept away to When the fact broomo Davitts crowd quickly brought the meeting to a close ntountediCara and went in pursuit of th Irish When they arrived in th town on misundorstandiui Eavitt was given to understand tha Pavnell liad offered to meet him on th tiumo platform Then Davit Bent word lie would gladly if Parnell would be content with a speea from each of them and that there shonli he no speech from anyone else am no To this message Iarno sent reply that he had made no offe as he would never tbiuk of treat ing with hia Jarnell shortly aftei wards came out of the public wher be had Ho mounted a car an began his address w a small croup of per I deny that I offered to meet said I was told Davitt made m an offer aud I refused to meet these exclaimed with a look of bitte BOoru upon his pale those moil whose weapon is dirt picked up from th and ho pointed his finger to th He then dropped his voice and slowly I will no stop to answer them their own I will leave my vindication t future the flag which was iutruste BUT keeping I will carryto I am lie same man and as good a man as I was on years It was I who yaars ago aught you how to become a united will not be m the I will bo in the Paruell is not the same man ho was en years ago or three wcoks The hangein the Uncrowned Kings mien nd manner is positively lo is no longer the dignified and olfDossesBed Charles Stewart Paruell f the treat leader who over disdained the use of personal Tho ontrast between Parnoll as I last saw him and as 1 now saw him at this spot was to me irofoundly Ho had just said ho would not stoon to but orgot his Gutter spi ows like he exclaimed Hounds like and his white teeth gleamed as tho words cumo forth harshly aud It was not tho refined voice of tho House of but a cruel mo hungering for Parncll sat dawn again Harrington tood up and attacked tho Nationalist can didato as a man whoso only dostina iiou was the obscure Governorship of Hoiig nessy defended in the House of Commons tbe evictions proceeding throughout Kings Yells of To with him Will Kilkenny take a man who defended tbo extermination of those people t Cries ofNever Disraeli gave him a place and Tho din here increasing Parnell paused pointing towards meet said Lots get away from these luna I cant hear my own Harrington shouted Dont let us leave the field to them now Several men now made n strong effort to drag the waconotte into the midst of tbe autiParuell but were diaauwled from their purpose and Dav who was and Tanner appealing to those who rallied to their Paruell maintaining that the consistency of his public life had been preserved amid unceasing efforts to create and preserve an independent Irish Men like Heuneflsy wero now at tempting to destroy their They bad been unable to cope with them in the open They were unable to meet them with physical so thoy sent this to try to do by corruption what they had failed to do by every other Tho internal dissensions which were destroying tho party wore not ofliis Having made an unavailing fight at Westminster for ho had bcon forced tn appeal to tho fieht lor you till to arrive at the mooting and his Btaud in the higher part Down with Hong muttered Parnoll between bis and then To hell with HOUK Kong Parnell struck his Imees with his bauds as be said Thnn he turned and patted Harrington on the Parnells face was thinner than over I have seen Tho lustro of his eyes was He seemed tired and He or rather balfsmoked numerous throwing one lighting His gesticula tions and his familiarity with his followers were utterly different from anything I had ever His audience was unsympathetic from tho ilrst After the meeting he got into a car filled with his own followers and they came rush ing down the street at a wild while a cursing crowd pur sued pelting it with mud and gravel along the whole of the Half way to Kilkenny the cavalcade as Parnell had had a quantity of lime thrown in his He was and had to put himself under a doctors IT HAS COME TO Tho Fariielliten Are but Davitt Koccfven a BY ASSOCIATED meeting was hold today at accompanied by Father was the first of tbo prominent speakers ho took of the near the Cheers and counter cheers and partisan shouts wero vociferously indulged in by the assem bled memberB of tho two As Davitt began his speech a ill which were William Father and other was driven through the lower part of the fol lowed by a cheering Bedmond began speaking simul taneously with Tho in resuming his interrupted urged tho electors to have notbine to do with the pri vate lives of Ho said If we are to go into their private lives wo shall have something to Bay to other politicians besides Tho advent of another headed by Tanner and several driving briskly through the put a temporary stop to the upecchou at botli Tho newcomers themselvcn alongside of tho car occupied by Davitt amid a chorus of mingled cheers and Bcnlly took up thfl aiid was expressing his when great shouting announced the arrival of Pnniell and Har rison and a number uf supporters on horse back and in Parnells appearance be side Itediuond was tho trianal for oheern and yells of Tallyho tuo fox and Kittys petticoat I Amid the din Parnoll spoke to the group around him as follows I come among yon to insult no Edward Harrington and we will protect ourselves Il I come to speak of the great national I will not enter into a personal content or squabble with any I regret that Davitt is not at my of Down with flght for Ireland with mo as strongly as I will speak only about the vnau who went to Par liament in 1S 61 as Tory supporter of Dia and who now wants to go as a Liberal supporter of In 1881 Heii If tho people wore slack and cow if they failed to come to a true and patriotic Irelands cause was lost for a Parne proceeded to make an impassionod appeal to tho electors to punish traitorism and help him to reconsolidato tho Irish ranks iuto an invincible phalanx able to piaco Ire land abreast of tho first nations of tho Harrison was about to follow Par and Tanner was when a sudden conflict arose on the verge of tho A rush was made towards Davittu nud it eonernl mulce A forest of ashplant sticks and blackthorns aroso and descended in tho air whoro tho dividing lines of tho opposing factions Davitt leaped from his car wielding a thick aud fought his way foot by foot straight towards Xarnolli giving and receiving numerous Ho finally reached tho hat loss and with his face and with a few of his men with who also bore traces of the severe usage they had received their denperato passage between the two Standing on the Bteps of Par noils wagon Davitt uttered a breathless and indistinct then turned and pushed his way back to hia own sur rounded by his faithful supporters and ami the continuous yulls and execrations of tho two contending aud wildly excitod factious and with an exchange of a phowor of Davitc then remounted hip car ant1 shouted Men of I camo bore in defense of tho right of public mooting and liberty of Our opponents Hen their blackguards to interrupt tho but wo have beaten them I wai never struck by an but todaj I was many times struck by my own coun These remarks wore greeted with tnmnl tuons after which tho crowd begat to disperse and the square noon resumed its normal Paruell and his friend drove to Castle Davitt and Dr Tanner following in their At Castle Comer Davitt and Tannei addressed an openair dilating upon the incidents at and as snrting that Paruoll brought a hired mot there to attack Jnbt then the car riago containing tho Parnellitea passed th which hooted and pelted them with mud and appearm on tho edge of tho Davitt cent him a saying that if Parnell woult agree to Btaiirl beside him and deliver Bpoech Davitt would reply to it an would guarantee XJaruell a quiet hearing Itodmond bore tho message to Farnell who instantly replied lam not in a posi tion to am only in a position t Tho Parnellites cheered their ap Parnoll afterwards spoke to a omal Ho said that ho valued them uo by their numbers butbythoir H was not accustomed to face a crowd of igno rant fools ho preferred a crowd of patriots He was not afraid of being i the but ho know that ivhon th voice of Kilkenny spoke he would not bo i the He did not wish to thin hardly of People might thin hardly of him hut ho did not tea tho opprobrium of hie ho know it was only for tho voico of Ireland would coon bo fo those who romainod at Ins side now His heart was Jairt bare to them He would show them that be had never bee false to his He did not wish to assa men who bad etood by his side many a Ion but he was not going to ask permissio to speak from a cocksparrow like Tanner o a Jackdaw like While gthfir PirnolliteB were addretain the crowd a number of Davitta followers got together and began hooting at tho The Parnellites closed around 10 vehiclo from which their orators were ddrcssing the and tho police ap eared and tried to divide the he meeting ended in a econo of wild cou Parncll and his friends drove oft mid a shower of ntoues and Frequent attempts to assail tho mombei8 f the party were and several bags Ued with lime wore thrown at nrringtons shoulders wore covered with mo and u mass of limo struck Parnell all in the completely blinding his inault infuriated Parnells Harrington turned and advancing to ardh Father who was at the head f ParneHs shouted Cow you aio a disgrace to your Church ho police hero again interfered and arnolls who bed loft their aaiu took their seats aud finally got away nto the ParnellH which were quite wero intensely Ho wan oon obliged to stop his which ho eft and entered a laborers cubm in a faint ng A locnl doctor attended he limo had boconib caked beneath hiB eye and tho doctor was only able to remove omo of it by using a silk handkerchief and omo hair oil ho found in tho The hysician finally advised Parnell to live immediately tn Bo the lat er reentered his carriage and proceeded n his But tho pain again bo amo so intense that a second halt this timo at a roadside public whoro tho doctor made further florts to relievo tho terrible paiu which Parnell was The doctor was ble at this place to procure a quautlty of which he poured freely into 1arneHs Ho ihon tried to scrape off omo more of tho using for this piir oso the point of an ordinary lead had become crusted in ido the eyelids and the with tho rude implements at was only ablo to emovo tJjo torturing Mibstanuo slowly auU Hh much Tho doctor apologized Parnoll for causing him so inch but said it was Ptirnoll replied Never mind tho Do your Dont lot mo IOBO ray Tho doctor poured more oil iuto ParuellB eyes and said ho hopoil that bo case wasnt as bad as Finding liat ho was unable to remove all tho bo doctor urged Paruell to drive with 11 speed to tho and this was Vrrivmg at tho Victoria Pavnoll ad to be led from tho waggonette to his He reclined in an appar ntly sightless and suffering tho mqpt in cnso Ho Etill remains in the bands of his doc Surgeon who attended arnoll along tho stated at a late hour onight that all the lime had been lit that the patient ivas still suffering in He said that he did not com present permanent iu ury to Parnolls DISUNITED nrncllltea nur nlcCarthyllen the application of counsel acting in behalf f ParueUs the Court hero has nterloontory Injunction restraining tho publication of tho paper Svpprnsai tl UiMea The application for au injunction wns rounded on au affidavit by acting manager of tho Irish National Newe paper Publishing of wliich Patrick Harrington aud Kenny aru In his affidavit Camplioil gave tho particulars of tbo dismissal of 3odkin from the managing editorship of United aud told how Ilodkin had ilnco reproduced tho Tho defend mts counsel aAod for an adjournment in absence of Kufucicut Tho Judgo iskod if counsel would agree not to publish the paper during tho As the defense rcfasod to civo tbe required promise ho Judge said he had no alternative but to grant an Notwithstanding the injunction issued against Suppressed that paper again appeared Tho wordB United do not appear on the The word Suppressed only appears Hereafter tho paper will bo entitled Tho sentence of six weeks imprisonment imposed upon Father of for violating tho Crimes act expired today and he was released from Ho at once proceeded to where he will join Parnell and accom pany him duritiu the Kilkenny Parlia mentary At when the case of the Government Patrick member of Parlii mcut for North and Michael OBrien who aro charged with as saulting tho police at the time of tho ocen ins of the conspiracy trials at it was announced that solicitor for the was unable to bi ho having met with a serious aooi The Court accordingly granted a postponement till the next The ac cusod wero yesterday removed to Neuagu from where they wero upaorgoinj sentences of six months and four mouth respectively for Thoy wore co defendants with William Joh Dillon and others in the Tipperary acy Tbo Irish Times says that thn Pope is con sidering au appeal sent to him by Catholic in praying His Holiness to pro nounce against Catholics supporting Par They ask tho Pope to UUo this actio because of PamellB Father President of the Cor Gaelic writes to the AntiPar noil Committee If nothing else showac the hypocrisy of tho antiParnoll Hoalya antioa would be fo they betray both the man and the cause h The question of the Iris leadership IB not to ba decldodlin a holeln thecorner meeting in tho Cork Assembly If tho peoples voice ia in sympatli wlthsuoh a hold it 1 why oppose it Tho Parnell section of the National Leagu hold a meeting here The announce ment was made that the receipts for the las two weeks amounted to including subscription of from th Parnellite candidate for Parliament in Nort All the Bpeakerg at tbe denounced the Qlidstonian The officials of i by ft vote of i 0 have pOBBod a resolution of confidence n tho The most John isliop of whose diocese includes a reat portion of Cork ban issued u Episcopal letter in which he condemns Ho declares that he is ngratoful and Tho letter atefi that tho Bishop has made arrango ts to withdraw tha National League ranches in his diocese from tho control of which is supporting Parnell proceeded today from Bally ahill to Castle Ho was followed y Davitt and By the instructions of ioalys epoeeh at Kilkenny on Sunday has eon broucht under tho consideration of with a view to determine whether n action should bo The notion of tho Edinburgh Town Conn 1 in striking Parnells name from tha of citizens of the town was taken at a ill meeting of tlio and the on providing for tho erasure of his name an adopted by a unanimous The local brunch of the National League j t County today oted in favor of supporting I ather Murphy Father a parish priest of Eolhcor County and a prominent Na onnlist in 11 OBriens has ome out on ParncHs While pro ding nt a Nationalifit mooting ather Barry mado a speech strongly iu avor of In iv imblished interview Maurice enlv ia represented saying assur nco can bo given tho public that uo aottlc nent of tho political crisis is possible by ar Tlio ho would be ought to tho bittor CAMPAIGN IN According to tho Ialitivnl Hitnallon In Jlas Steadied ft CoHlpllcfttid POLICE COURT INTERESTING SAMPLE OF ITS PECU LIAR Joint Dillon in TO THK Dillon was on today in secret consultation with tho coders of the McCarthy branch of tho Irish Hid vicit wan announced to bo for 10 rmrpouc of getting tho viows of hia in this Eitra precautions trc takon to inmiru The dipposi on of the doc deposited with Drexel to tho credit of Postmaster John told was but nothing onid be learned aw to tho Tlio best of restoring harmony in the ranks 11 tho Irish was also lillon etiiruod to Now York early iu tho CLEARFIELD BANK CLOSED InHtltutinn barrnnncc by Tight Clcar ohl County owned by oxUnited talcs Henator William closed LK doors today and made an adsignmout to Wallace and Tho liiibilitics aro and BO that oroditoiH have mplo Wallace Huys tho alignment was caused by tho tight money narkot and inability to obtain fundg to meet Tho Senator was heavily utercBted m coal and timber lands iu Jlaarliclcl but it Kenorally sup ed that he was not hard pressed for It has hceii known for Homo time hat tile bank wan in a weak position and hat ita failure was CouHnrvn ivo people have been avoiding tho jelioving it was not Monatnr VVailace hud uo connection with horHiispondod banking linn of and a rumor that his failure was lirectly due to the HUspeuHioji of that iirm a Nowhoro did the failure caiuii no iiuch Burpriso and regret as in political where Senator Wallaco HO well mown and highly ireaident Jmlgo of Clcnr leld County and a uoninlaw if oxHonator has also made an Vallaoo had indornad his anil when ho latter mado an assignment Judge Krcb vaa forced to uo A 8outli Dnltota IfnnU IEPECIAL TO THE Huron Na ional Dank waa forced to tranpend this morn ng by a run of depositors for several Over was withdrawn aud less thai sJO The bank gives notice that all depositors aud oatsttinuiut drafts wil bo paid in BRIMKERHOFFS Tlicy Aro tilvin Mix niontlm for ftia GeorRO of the Morton and John of the vore each given six months in default of BOO bail iu Harlem Polico Court Ihoy are the men who have boon following nil annoying Henrietta Brinkerhell since last as detailed in Tin WOULD and who wore arrostoi Monday afternoon by Court Officer Dwyer a Eighth avenue and One Hundred am Twentyfifth street Watson claimed tc be a neWBptper man and save the name of no lets than four city joiirnaU to differen tjmith made no oiouse fo UIB Uriiikorhoff snid that flinco Septem bor her every step day and night had beeu her house had been uudor eoustan with attempt had baun maJo to bribo servants to swear t scandalous Ktonofi about her and uarobv of iUHiilting anouyinouti Jotters had boo hshij was married to Drinker tho well known cracker manufai thirteen yearn aco when but nixteoe years They lived happily until tw ycnrs when Brinkorhofl and thre stcpchildreu bad BO much trouble that separation was agreed upon between Mr and Bho wan ullowe 850 a which was utoppod last Kei she when nhe began dlvorc tiinco that time she lias boo peruecutod without a moments intormis JAMESONS It illay no tltc Moanv of Throwln on 8tiiiiley0 Itenr 4y Hit Vrett Compaa Jfeic rarli 1O Tas Jamesons Histoi of tha Rear Guard will be published uex and will bo tho Hereout attack ye against That Stanley already aware of damaging facts oon oernine himself as he ha instruotod ieorae Lewis to watch the boo and if necessary to proceed against Andre the famous whiskey tl father of tlie dead and who ha tho Jameson is s that Stanley can claim subntautial damage Tho true uistorybf tbo roar euard w probably be extracted this The Lnuiu IoitiDIipatch ie In tbe ISust in buBinoaf wny MAX 8U Pulitzer World But Th the greU local paper Isolude tt in all estimate or adro USE POKDB BS5TS4OT for all lamenee soreness ud V STORY IN WHIOH OEIME AND COMEDY AKE member of tlie Firm of Chnrlon Ilirnonn A Trlla of a Rpniarh nble Experience with Ic tccllvcs nnil Tliree Polico Tiiu 1iirirliirfi Are A member of tho firm of Charles Par ins it importers of inimical instru ents and musical merchandise at camo into THE WOULD office yes erday and handed tho editor tho following xccoiUucly interesting t is more than likely that ParsonB is ot the only merchant of Now York who has ad a similar but it ia doubtful y ono could toll the talo any better than VarKOnn has UoraliHta deplore tho unsafe oondi on of life and property iu our ood The citizen rails at the polico bo will not arrest and tho police blame tho itizeii who will not and between 10 two the criminal I formerly hail decided views on thin but I have thnm uo I will never again say an unkind word f tho nor preach of tho duty of tho nor complain of a This sudden chango of likoal thor comes of nd for tho benefit of othor unfortunates may bo led into difficulties through a mistaken sense of I bee to relate hat is whr I CKIHO to THE WOULD On Baturday at 0 clock a pcntlcman connected with our OUHO discovered Hiinpiemua persons ovi cntly engaged iu our showcase rhioli stands at tho door on After on ineffectual attempt to find a lollceman ho returned lo tlie neighborhood nd watched tho operation from across tho Ho waited there until they had suc jeded in cutting a portion of thopvo ecting iron forced open tho case and ad bosun to remove tho when ho Boldly swooped down nn them and at ompted to accomplish their capture un A rouchandtuiublo Csht lurintr which our representative got rather ladly punished about the liead ny tho lists one while he held firmly to tho tther Tho eventually os aped by Bhcdding a largo portion of Ills a coat nnd tho last f wliich contained two letters addressed to a ball ticket and a Armed with these clues wo at ouco pro ceeded to our precinct stationhouse in Elizabeth street and there deposited our Tophica aud told our In our early clays wo bad road tho achievements of and Old so wo gazed with admiration combined with a feeliDA of awe upon two ynseyed detectives who wore at once de tailed upon tlie and with no othor duo than most of the wardrobe and a largo portion of tho personal correspondence of launched themselves with un erring certainty upon tho They are probably still on the we havo never heard from them but the culprits in an ungarilod about a week attempted to woik another show ease on Chambers street and fell into he clutches of Detective Gates of tho First who promptly lucked them Aud as they confessed to him that thoy were the Bamo avtistB who had operated on our he called and notilled Nmv conies iu tho beauty of the aa administered in New versus the dut of Wo held tho patriotic theory that as the police had done their duty in the arrest il was clearly our duty to lay urtiiio all ques tions of business eugage and attend at the proper time and place aud make tho This in how we exemplified iH vyo wore uotiiiod to go to the Old slip Rtatioiihoune to identify tho We cheerfully laid down the locked up our booUtt and 1 wo were notified to appear for the examination at the 1 We neglected business aud Aftei inhalinc tho of the court room for given while a number o drunits were disposed of by Judge wo were permitted to swear to a complain and the was postponed to wero promptly 01 ha1 and wore tills limo welcomed by Aftor tho usual iloay it appearoi that wo had not aworn suflloicntly loui and deep the first fo woujvorotvl over which so fatigued thu Court tha further proceedings wove adjourned uuti let our customers and urged by an unfailing HOUKI of duty wended our way to tho Tnmos whoro wo liau tho pleasure of raoutinc Judge Smith for the first Our call proved to be purely so cial in its nature ss no hiwinoss was don and we wore instructed to call at 2 r of the same S Declining an invita tion to lunch on the plea of important lega wo again vinitod tho wher it our stood fortune to renew our ac iuaintanoo with Judge He viewud u with a mild surprise on tbe whole seemed pleased to see us after few questions were asked and th S as was postponed t cloned no business and tod tho This timo it was Judge Smith again who wns nn aud wo Kivetod him like nn old order to lill uv the time outl makn everybody feel comfortable the clerk had its MUue we clieorfnllv beinc inaatato riinil to svioir freely at after which the case watt adjourned nnd we were instructed to appear at Hpccial Sessions 1 2 and and early wo put in nu appearance nt tho Special yessions and found three on tho which wo took as a personal compliment to our persistence and Wo answered the usual a call was made for Detective nho failed to after which tho having nu important engagement with a Bhmveaso on Warren excusod themselves and left tho Wo wore in answer to our subsequent that Die iiriionerw had been discharged and our rogiilar Httcmlanco Et tho Tombs would bo no longer We desire to say to our friends that sinco our repeated visits this colebratod and cheerful home oljustice wo havo been thoroughly fumigated aud disinfected and aro now ready for aud wheu wo agnin try to do our duty as citizens it will bo vrliou we are ricli enough to be gentle men of elegant AK tho case now tbo thiovos havo hod tho the polico have Hot tho coat and hat and wo have tbe CHARLES it CAVIARE TO ARISTOCRACY GOES EN MASSE TO A MURDER GOUFFES ASSASSINS ARE ACCOUNT CALLED TO A LAD BRUTALLY Nearly Killrct by tho IllH Fnrccd Into inrrciArTO THE i A short timo aco a New York lady and her fif tocn yearold HOII came hero on Their numcH cannot bo obtained na tho otlicors of tho Ktnamer Stiller are tho only ones who know Jt aud that boat has lcit for New Tho boy returned to Now York tho Miller laub Kuuday inong tho other patten on oMil wns a roiiffhlooUintr nmn who us ftHRiRncd to a place to where tmch liaracterw nru trcuerally while boy BRimred before edtimo tlio rough ouHtomcr approached 10 luiy and tnld Mm ho had boon aaaiyned oa horth iiv tho Htatoroom with Tho joxpnrieneod ad ho was tolhug no truth anil HOOII after the two AH HOOH UH tlio boy fell nslqiip tho man onnd IIJH himdn and feet with fitrics of imtthod ft hit of raps in His month nd firmly held them with u which AH tiod in a knot behind tho boys Thon the robber waid to him If you at ompt to cry out Ill kill Tlio sconndrtil took two rinffH from the oyH haiuU tank 1m mlvor his ovor rout nnd hat and left the Tho boat landed in Now York at 3 oclock Vlonday morninir and the cfipnudrel wtilkod BhorcwiUi hin illpotion At u rounn were honrd in thn when bo door wan opouoti and tho bnyn condition Ho released and tho cat taken from hia but ho could inrdly Witli tears stroamiiiK down ho old tho htory of tho Tho polico vcre promptly notified ami two detectives vero put on tho At last ae hoy wore limiting iibmit tbo alumn of New Lorkloakine for the man mnl had tbe boy vitli them for purpohcu of be detoctives have a good description ho THE BOY AND Htier NewfipupcrB Jnat Awnlcenlna to the Fact at the It is very funny to tho f OEKY enossoi and speculations of some of a certain inoru nir newspaper in relation to Johnny Gothim mil his who have heon closely cuanloi n Charity Hospital on Blackwolls Island fo imoiith or This is tho boy whoso littl panic nlaHterad to his lee until th ono of tho clog had hecome thoroughly en THE which la the onlv newspaper that has had access to tha hospi announced that the boy and th dog had boon cat Thin intorestini n THE WOULD published exclusively weclt auo and over sinco the various other newspapers have been vainl iryjnsr to cither verify or disprove the facta At lant thiti roorniua newspaper has sin ceetled in iiutting a reporter into tho war and reHtcrday announced that the doar an the boy hud been TUB will any other news of this intercut nc case when there is For the pros there will bo nothing non lohnny is doing well and In a few ill probably have at least a partial use his The AVeulber For imotcs northeasterly imnas cliffiyes in Ior Eastern Jfew fiaaternPtitinavluanii Sew Jersey and snow and rain hioh on tho coatti ianpeH in A storm of cauuithrabla intensity lias ai pcarcil on South Carolina accompanied bit will prevail o Atlantie coast tQdav from foftbrf Tho followine record shows tho change in the temperature for tho punt twentyfoii in comparison with the correspont inp date of last as indicated by th thermometer tit Perrys pharmHoy n M mi am no i M W II M 41 I M Ui N 0 M 41 rj M iioamnn AvorftKe teuipcjutura temperature tur date ns Klpley Hill View lor 20 Chtumcoy wise by eolnit to KlIMT 14tli and Uth enough on ture to pay for tne weddlua Kineat Trains Ever Errand Artmim Min but Scohi to Protect nin Rliuncs HID Sooks Fix tlic Heed on IIIinEyinnilii Wife VVnnlo Her Villnlnons Husband to Look Dncont iu CourtOnublii ns to Mlicthor Gabriolle Will Be SEWS Paris cot up rathCT cnrllep than iiannl this for thin is asaladay olgroat all of it beinc expressed in the ninflo word Eyraad fortho trial of Michel Eyraud for tho mur der of the liutssia on tlie 37th of liosan The pleasure of the decanion was cnliancod by tho circum stance that the pretty little Gnbriclle La Belle as she has been called ever sines her voluntary return here from Ban in also to be tried for her life an an accessory to tho It was an ristoeratic thronct that gathered in the onttroom of tho Assizes do la be uiso only influence in high places could pen the doors to tho inquisitive n money could nnrchaso even one of the ckotH necessary lo cain bo iiiso ouch had to bo by tho Presi of tho and thoy were issued nly whmi ho was personally satisfied that 10 applicant was the proper person to cipao in BO important social function us loadjiialmont of tlio Afloiro as trial by Jury ia a nublio latter tlirouchout a few or the unnlnco wero admitted at tlie discretion of ic to a sort of pit in the rear f tlio where they could neither see or am where tho only merit in beinE ran tho crotinds it uavo to its occupants for aying that they had been present at tho J51oven oclock was the hour net for admis iou to tho but it was not yet 0 vlion carriages bouan to dvivo up to tuo Bn nuieo to the 1alais do At 10 cloclt a throne of swells of both flexes had ormed hoforo tho door that led to tho court and all its niemhors wore chatting nd laUBhinc Thin continued to o during the wait of over an hour to which hey wore subjected cro tho beginning of the After tho doors wero opened and the iBiial etmjjclo and fight had taken place or thebQ5t Kcata they quieted down until ho prisoner As for tha residents f the they had sur omidod the Palais do Justice loner before and soon indicated that their do ires wore divided between oar iaKOK of the visitora and craning their neoUs o sec tho etrnnuieur and his accomplice vlion thoy shonkl arrivo in tho orison van on tho river side of tho Tho mob was circulating madly about the great nit there was no getting within the for a strong force of soldiery was tatiouoclat tho and admitted no one without tho precious KNTItANCE Of THE TWO It wan when tho duty of swearing n the jury was and then the eaccr spcctatorn were treated to their first Henaation in the This was caused by iho entrance of the prisoners orthe stage on which tho drama of Lifo or Death IB to be and in which they are the chief They rnado their entrance guarded Then tho entire audience uiK to itfi feet in a mad desire to get A good look at In vain did the pants of tho pit shout Aeeia The favored people in front stood upon their chairs aud completely shut out tho view of of the two from tho La hollo when she first made her and waa greeted in this shrank back from tho great sea of in notoueof which was there the slightest touch of pity On her own countenance was displayed the i pallor that cumou from long aud the luminosity of eyes was made addi tionally ws thoy are very She was entirely dressed in On her head was a black turban and in her a white which she nervously twisted about hor as she sat down before the rcdsowued Whether or not she waa playing a part it is impossible to but her uneasy tho ehiftins of her glances from tho inquisitive crowd fore her and to the stern Judges on the then to tno group of artists and re uortcra to her then agairV on to the lloor of the courtroom with expression of fear iu her great dark eeumedinoro like tho of a wild animal than of a human in spite of tho popular epithet which has been ac corded her by tho popular is not really beautiful she has a lithe and graceful iiguro and a piquant BO that she really proftauta u rather attractive on tho other made his en trance with something very like a swaeger after that of tho horo of on old faahioiiej Thin when his uazo encountered that of tlio occupants of tho crowded He had evidoutly made up hia mind to brazen it out before ho hut found the or deal tno uovero to carry through to a suc cessful Ho knew well that tha with all its grim is only a matter of a few weoka the for ho said last nitht to tha in whoso custody to had boon brought back to France Je wais co quo 1on mo Ho waa neatly dressed vu a now black which Kyratid has been laboring hard for many weeks to BO that her hus band might present a decent appearance at tho Eynuid has a short hair in tray and there is a bald ipot on the top of hia But for the expression bin faco ho would look UUo a rtspeotiblo micldieaged niau of IKN PICTURES OP Tho counsel make an interesting group in their robes and The ProouraurGenA Tbo ilneot and safest ate in dally aurrlce New Baltlmeio Wubtaitoo lift Joraoj Iteadtaf and Afltbe ears are oy Hinted by and prorlded wltu aomokipj BUUon foot ot Iitbettjr Qucsuay de is a whits important who strutted np and down tefore the bench   

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