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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE TRIBUTE ia the only Sevenday Paper pubHsiied be tween Denver and San Fran cisco and contains tlxe only Telegraph Service in itne Rocky Mountains THE TRIBUNE is delivered by carrier to all parts of the city at 25 cents per week Monday edition included Telephone SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MOKDAY DECEMBER 22 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS PARNELL AND HS ENEMIES A Few Sunday Collisions but So Heads Broken TORCH LIGHT PABADERS PUT TO ROUT Xjanguajre A better from to tho Copyright Highness Draw Poker Doc and Scully candidate for Parliament left hore at noon for Clare They wore ac companlod by long processions of oars filled with Parnollfl Bupportora Upon arriving at Clare tho Parnolllten a mooting proceeding opposite the Catholic chapel in support of Sir John Pope Henneisy Parnoll roachod the crowd a priost Father Walsh addroKHing tarnoll flalrl Theso arp tho chapel you nuiHt not speak A local farmer interposed saying the grounds did not boiong to tho chapel and that Paruell had u porfoct right to apoak arranRomontp had boon in to hold a mooting in tho field and it iniiKt proonod Pathflr thon rsq ftfl everybody on his sido to leave with him and some few porsons follnwfxl tho priost and Sir Tliomas who was tilwo A mooting was thon and Ifirnoll mado an address He wild although his party did not have all tho clergy on hln sldo ho had no word for any of them Aftor Homo further remarks Iarnoll oonoludod sptitich and loaving Glaro acocunpanlocl by Scully drove six miles to Johnswoll where another meoting hola Iarnoll romlndfid tho oloctora that thoy had to deal with English State craft which was watching to noixo every point of Van tage ground that tho Irishmen surronciorod It was nob a big board of guard for Ireland contendod it was a parllatnont that would fully satisfy thrt uxpiratinns of tho pooplo To aohlovo Mils tho people rmiKl stand by their loader and not loavo Ireland to tho incapable persona who arc trying to step into his shoos Tho men op posing him wero not oloctod to Hit In judg ment upon him Until Irolancl gave him dismissal he would rogard hlmsolf as Uio commanding carrying tho national banner through thn ranks of tho foo Parnellroturnofl to Kilkonny thisovonlng A mooting of Parnollltos was hold outside of rarMulllH hotel heroat 0 oclock Mils ovon Ing jarnell addressed the gathering Parnoll to Avondalo aftor oloo tlon In Kllkonny and will procood tlionoo to Paris to confer with OUrlon atldrosaos at GoroHbrldgo and Gowran to day PARMKlMTK DUBMX Deo Timothy Harrington arrived last night in Cork in company with Mayor of that city Tho had Intoridtid to greet him when he landed from Aurnnla In Quettnstown and had organized a torchlight procession in his honor They mlsMcd boitig present on tho BkMunorH arrival but nevertheless mado a flomonstatlon Finally a body of antl charged upon tho paradors and routed thorn throwing tholr torches Into tho harbor Bovoral pooplo wero hurt Har rington holds that a majority of the Trlsrt In Amorica nro loyal to Pivrnoll although ho says most of tho dally newspapers and loading politicians arc against him Harrington at Queeimtown said ho bo llovod if OBrien had boon at homo or If Iarnoll had his way to retire in accord ance with tho wiahes of tho majority tho prosent dtsuHtrous crisis would havo boon avoided Ho supposed howtsvor tliaf Par noil had good reasons for tho course lio had Harrington further said ho ro grettod tlio porflonalltlos In wliloh both fildos had Indulgod He was sur prised thar Parnoll had desoondod to tho nso of language and had applied ofYonslve oplthots to his colloaKuos Tho unfortunate split In tho party ho said had frustrated tho objoota of tho Arnorloan mission which It would be uswlesa to renew at prosent for while tho Irishman worn in tholr prosent bewildered state they would refuse to ilsttm to tho appeals of either party Speaking at Cork when tho Mayor stnted an address to him Harrington con tended that whether or not Parnells action was right those who after him loader sought to oust him forfoltod tho eonlklonoe of the Irish pooplo Tho English democracy ho declared would support homo rule and It was only necessary to nrlng up to tho scratch tho English politi cians who would llkoly betray thorn If dis appointed in getting plaooa after tho gonoral elections Parnoll was not moro a political leader but rattier a general of tho country loading his army to freedom However mim might shako tholr hojida in tho family circle this was not tho tlmo to desorfc him and with him Irish Independence which was valuable than Gladstones good inten tions The question of public morality was Hottlod ftt Ltmstor Hall and tho soooders possossod no programme or plan justifying their desertion of their leader THE PTJBLISHEKS IX ATCMS The Copyright Bill on tho Other Side LONPOW Doo f Special TIUTONE Ca Tho British printers and publishers are moving actively against tho now Amer oan Copyright bill have boon promised tho powerful holp of tho trades unions Tho fear is general that unloas the British Gov ernment takes exceptional measures to pro toot tho Interests of its people tho bulk of tho printing and publishing business will be transferred to New York Tho favorite romofly suggested is to grant a British copyright only to books printed In England iniluontial roprysen tat Ions to this etfoct have this weok boon mado to tho Govorn mont and favorably received Much bad language bus boon used by tho British newspapers In tholr criticisms of tho now bill Even fcho grave Lancet the chief organ of the medical profession remarks Americana havo long practiced and reduced to n system tho craft of literary pi racy Tho bill is the fetich of protection under a now guise and no complaint need be mado if the gift is by us with out any fooling of good ON TRE SWETjTjS ft little game with a 825 limit As ft result his Royal Illtrhnuss has put many big uns i dlro straits Thoy would like to pay 1 losses promptly but cannot Many or th Mi hnve complained at their clubs where hfr Princes little mimla Is freely discuFsel and wore of course chaffodjit being caught ENGLISH SPORTING NEWS Jack Burke and Pritchard Matched Purse for McAuliffe LONDON Deo TRIBUNE Ca Pritchard the English middle weight who easily defeated Alf Mitchell In four rounds has been matched to fight Jack Burke the Englishman who has sparred in America and Australia and acquitted him self with some credit In both places The fancy hero however favor Pritchard All boxing matches of note are now being brought off with the utmost socrecy for foar of policesInterference and the Prltch ardBurke contest will take place In some secure retrwat In the presence of iome twenty Joe MeAulllTo had a presentation made him this week ah Pony Moores Washington Hall consisting of a purse subscribed by a few Blavln arid Mitchell were there to support him McAulllle spoke well of his treatment hero A GLADSTONE LETTER Tho Irish Party Looks to Groat Britain to Pronounce Judgment LONDON Doc Gladstone In his to Sir Robert Peels grandson Speaker ToftlH who the home candidate In Marylebono district says For tho first tlrno Hlnoo the commencing In Parliament of the struggle under OConnell tho Irish party IH borit on a constitutional and ef fective scheme of homo rule and Is looking Great Britain ho pronounce judgment In tho contest between It and tho minority of socodors tinder Parnell The Libonils of Gruat Britain who thomHelvcs Birice ISfili tiavn had to resist and overcome similar se oederH will not donbb whlah wide they are to tho name and trno bltlo of tho Irish party with Jionorablo tradi tion of resistance to wrong Assuredly you enter the field a moment of extreme in torest whori the cause of wisdom justice and freedom has claims upon all who would It advanced beyond tho ordinary Mulmed at Soa Poo San FrnnoLsco Chronicle Series hor rible itorios arc tola of losses of Canadian cattle In rncfnt voyages to this country In one cargo thoro was not one boast ou1joC ovor C00 shipped that was not more or loss Injured and many had terrible wounds Tho ilHii was two or three foot cleop in tho hold and many oatMo worn suiVpoatod One Hmn1red Lives Lost BHICNOS AYKBS Deo disaster oc curred fit Cordova whom a canal burst its embankments and destroyed hundreds of houses Ono hundred lives are reported Sympathy for Sitting Bull LONDON Doo Cunningham Gra ham M in a letter to tho Graphic con demns tho Americans for murdering Sibting Bull for asking for food for his tribe A KA1LKOAD CONTEST The PacllJo Short Lines Title to a Thousand Acres Disputed Srmrx CITY Doo to question involving tho title to about 1000 acres o land In Nebraska above whoro South Sioux City stands Is soon to como up in tho courts When the Sioux City Pacific road was built it obtained a grant of certain lands within ten miles of tho road on either sido and this includes a largo tract In and about South Sioux City Wlion this grant was mado tho Government notified tho land ofiloo officials to make no onlrksand issue no patents to settlers on thorn but in course of thuo tho land oflioo ofTloinls changed the instructions were lost sightof and patents wero issued Cor a por tion of thu lands to settlers who either hold or assigned 1hoir lands to others until they wero purchased by tho Short Lino Railroad Company Aftor tho Sioux City Pacific secured the lands it assigned them to the Missouri Val loy Land Company which in turn deeded Its Interest to tho Iowa Railroad Laud Com pany Tho latter now claims legal title to tho property and alleges that the Short Lino has no rights In it as their patents to it are prior Much of tho land was pur chased by tho Shorb Lino Company at from to por acre AN AMERICAN BARONESS Sho Won tho Imperial German Bank er and a Motito Carlo NHW Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle young and beautiful Baroness von Buren wife of tho bunker of tho Emperor of Germany is hore The baroness left Germany aftor being tho special ot Emporor William at a dinner on board the yacht of the dash Ing young Kalaer Her tripto this country was to bo most unostentatious in order to avoid liio usual flow of obligatory favors In the shape of invitations to receptions dln nors and other social entertainments Baroness von Buron when younger and living at Mountain View was Miss Daisy Newman Subsequently her beaufiy and refinement enraptured Baron von Buren the most powerful banker In Ger many Tho young baroness while visiting Mcnto Carlo and sightseeing abroad cre ated a sensation by winning in a sin gle sitting at Monaco the sum of francs at rouge et nolr Hor play it is said was never duplicated at the famous gambling resort for without moving her wager once sho lot It remain on the red card until it turned up sixteen consecutive times thus multiplying her bet sixteonfold without the croupe once gaining slugle point HER THIRD HUSBAND The of Wales Fleeces His Friends tit Draw Poker LONDON Dec fTTUBUins San Francisco Chronicle His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales has shocked Mrs Grumly again Ho has lately devel oped a mania for gambling When visiting members of tho nobility bo frequently In vites its srueKts to Join him In a hand at draw poker This almost amounts to a royal command and of course no one cares to de cline and run tho risk of a royal frown His Highness has studied the fine art tuught by the late Mr Sohenok aod is anxious that the of Britain shall learn its mys terious fascination The game comes hard on number of who poor but are afraid to refuse Lillian Russell To Marry n New York Broker NKAV YORK Deo Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Is a possibility that Lillian Russell may take a third husband though his name is not given out In the various rumors current regarding tho slngprs contracts it has oome to light through an acquaintance of Miss Russell who lives within a stones tbrow of her residence that the fair Lillian was en gaged to bo married to tho junior member of a wellknown downtown brokerage firm and that the wedding was to take place ab the olose of the season This gentleman whoso name Miss Russellsfriend refused to disclose will orgauizo comic opera com pany on a sealo never before attempted in which Lillian will be duo of tho particular stars The Copyright Bill NKTV YORK Deo Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Brisbln Walker of the ha9re coivocl a note from United States Senator Teller under date of the be had put the Copyright of Senator IMabt who will bring it before the Senate Senator Toiler pass tho Senate without amendment and so a luw within tho next tiiirty THE CLEARINGHOUSES A Slight Increase Shown in the Busi ness of the Banks BOSTON Dec to The following table compiled from dis patches from tho named gives the gross exchanges for the weok ending Decem ber 20th with rates por cent of increase or doorcase as against tho amounts for the corresponding week in 18S9 Boston Oh Philadelphia St Frunclsco Q New Orleans Ivunsns til t Minneapolis Providence 6 Louisville Detroit Cleveland Oinahu Deuver St Paul 3 Colurhbnfl Memphis Diiluth Portland Or Indianapolis Washington Hartford Poorin St Pnrtltind Mo Norfolk Now llavon XI Rpriiigllild Tacuiiiit i Sioux City SHUli Iiort Worm Wichita Lowell Wilmington Birmingham Grand Los Anguius BSD I OiiuUiinnofra DisMoiiies Now Htidford Topcka Lexington 2 Houston Luke 7715 Outsido of N Not inolnded in totals Ho clearinghouse fit thin lime last year LOCKE IS IN HOT WATER WARRANTS OUT FOR THE ARRBST OF EMMA JUCHS lie Swindled New Yorkers Right and and Mortgaged Ho Dirt Not K EmmcittB JLo88 YOHTC Dec Dispatch Francisco Chronicle E Locke who loft Bap Francisco some years ago after getting the best of several people In financial again n very hot water and probably will be called to account when he roaches Oalifornia with tho Emma Juch Opera not bo foro Ono or moro warrants have been sworn out for his arrest for having obtained money under false pretenses It is also un derstood that those warrants had been ac companied by a writ of Looke is out of the State and it is boliovod that warrants issued are but precursors ot others which will follow iu rapid succession One of those warrant for Lockes arrest has buon secured by parties In Plttsburg with whom Looke had a coutraut to produce one or more of his pieces Another warrant is supposed to be held by a theatrical man in this city Ono ot Lockes victims Is young 7 K Eiumcct son of the wfill known actor who has boon taken in byLocke to the tuno of It Is known that Mr ISmmott was In consultation with District Attor ney yesterday In regard to tho methods used by Looko in obtaining money from him and Mr Einmett admits that he was advised to swour out a warrant against Locke and to secure requisition papers inorder to bring him baok to this State Mr JEmmett how over says ho dreads the publicity of the allair E G Gilmoro tho theatrical manager was soon at his rooms in the Hotel Bruns wick tonight With somo reluctance he told tills story Two months ago no man ager seemed to have a brighter future be fore him than this man Locke He was lessee and manager of Herrmans Theater Ho had Do Wolf Hopper on tho road in Castles inthe Air and M B Curtis in and at the same time Nero had just opened at Niblos to a business that was unexpectedly large amounting right along to some a week The most of his attention however was do voted to tho Emma Juch Opera Company with which ho Is traveling on his to California Ho became hard pressed for money and gave as security mortgages on property that did not belong to him For instance two years or so ago whou Mrs Thurbee broke up her American Opera Company It was understood that Lockehad bought in tho scenery of Nero auci all the other operas Ho always led the people to so understand tho transaction anyway even his part ner Mr Davis believed that such was the case So far from this being the fact was that Mrs as the Ameri can Opera Company held a mortgage on the property for In spite of this fact Locke made Emmett believe that he owned the property and borrowed from him giving what purported to bo a first mortgage as security He also borrowed money from treasurer for William Stein giv ing the same property aa security Prom continued Mr Gilmore ho got on some scenery of whish is now at my theater and which I propose to hold To show you what a scoundrel Locke is let me call your attention to these five notes here for S250 each signed by Duncan B Harrison and endorsed by nally and by Locke for Davis Well sir when these notes came due Har rison sent tho money to Locke topay them with but the money did not get to me and ono day I said to Locke 4I am going to have Harrison whereupon ths smooth rascal turned to me and said plead ingly Dont do that Harrison sent the monev to I spent Oiie of Lockes troubled was that ho al ways wanted on other peo ples ho put in the brains Many years ago lie had in Oalifor nia and swindled a lot of pooplo before he got through Ho succeed In borrow bank out there bought a ranch mined lately it in tho name of his wife or motherInlaw so he holds It l After leaving Blr Gilmoro I saw Mr Dick of Randall theatrical agency lilr Diokson corroborated in sub stance what Mr Giimore had said and ab solved froin any dishonest intent Locke he said was but unscrupu Mobbed v1 just beenrreceivedof igody at last Seviiral men were gambling a quarrel A man shot1 fataUy woundedfive companions arid wa himself shot body stood It it with bullets Eyrnud Appeals PARIS Dec has appealed to the court against the sentence of death pro uounood upon STORYOF IKENTISH CRIME Sensational Murder Mysteryin a Drowsy English Town THE OUTCOME OF AN ILLICIT LOVE A Beautiful Young Wife an Intrigue With a BrotherinLiaw and a Ijovcr Accused of a Horrible Work of a Fiend England Doc Special TRIBUNE A remarkable occur rence that is rapidly developing Into a sen sational murder mystery is creating in tense excitement here as tho very peculiar attendant circumstances are gradually com ing to Dr W R Lycldon was at one time the most popular physician fti Fever sham He had a large practice and was said to enjoy a cor respond i ugly large in come Be drove a dog cart and a variety of vehicles supposed to bo the accompani ments and guarantee of success Dr Lycldon also had a beautiful wife a charming woman with an attractive person ality and a magnetic iniinonce She led in tho social entertainments among the neighbors she was prominent In the amateur theatricals that every winter form so attractive a feature In this old Kentish town and formed the center of a brilliant cotorie Mad Mrs Lyddon confined herself to these harmless amusements sho would have remained innocent and not have en smirert horselt In tho web of damning cir cuniHtaiHJes that now environ her Mrs Lyddon however although to all ap pearances a happy wife and looked upon with envy as such by all hor women ac quaintances was destined to meet her fabe in hor husbands stepbrother whomDr Lyddon brought down from London one evening and introducecVas a young medical stud tint With all the honors of his alma mater fresh upon him the embodiment of a pecu liar type of manly boauty CUarios Lyddon was not long in making a favorable impres sion upon the Kentish matron He soon became a regular visitor at the semide tached villa occupied by tlioelderphysician and so frequently occupied same sleep Ing apartment that it came to be called in the family by his name It was during these visits that long strolls were taken by the banks of the sleepy Swale At other times the lovers wandered through the echoingaislesof the old Abbey where lie the remains of the royai King Stephen whoso breeches cost him but a crown while on other daysthe doctors dogcart would bb utilized for journeys through the leafy hop fields Progressing thus favorably with the wife Charles began to make himself solid with the husband and by dint of much persuasion brought the latter to agree to a sale of his practice possession to be given on his death Significant and harmless as this provision seemed to the doctor thoagreement con taining it proved to be the unfortunate mans death warrant as no sooner was It signed than his stepbrofcijor with devilish malignity began to plan tho crimethat he has just succeeded in accomplishing Not long after tho prosperous and until thon exceptionally healthy medica man had put his name to the fatal document he was seized by a mysterious illness which however Charles pretended to thoroughly understand aud consequently took full charge of the treatment His remedies however seemed to aggravate rather than alleviate the malady as Dr Lyddon grow worse But not content with this deliberate assault on his brothers life Charles did not attempt to disguise the hatred and lust that filled his heart In fact he treated him with suchcruelty that Mrs Lyddou was repeatedly heard by the servants to exclaim Dont hit him in the face Charley for Gods sake Dont strike him he wont anger you again and similar adjurations When the last hour arrived and tbe strong constitution of the physician had been com pletely broken down by the powerful drugs administered to him and his heart hud been broken as the hideous tacts of his wifes falsehood and his brothers treachery were revealed to him Charles locked himself in the room with his victim and proceeded to perform the last act ia the ghastly tragedy What then occurred is only known to heaven and the occupants of the fatarchamber It WAS the finding of an emptied bottle of morphine In an adjacent lumberroomrthat first aroused suspicion and led to the arrest of Charles Lyddon Then came the story of the horrible details as they were sworn to by differentvwltnesses before the Coroners jury which was not long In finding a verdict of guilty Then came a scene of wild excite ment such as is seldom witnessed in a quiet English provincial town The crowd that had yesterday gatheredjaround the town hall standing for hours In arriving snow storm soon board the news of tho jurys verdict and received It with a yell that would havo done credit to a chorus from an Insane asylumSoon the culprit appeared at the door surrounded by a guard of twenty policemen He was to his hotel and afterwards to amid a dcnse shower of snowballs The prisoner protests his innocence and declares that the evidence which is almost entirely circumstantialy is misleading He will bo tried at the next assizes Indiana Train Robbers Deo An Evansvllle special to the Sentinel says Wblle5 a spe cial train on the Evans ville Railroad stopped at Olnoy today for the locomotive to take water two masked men entered the caboose and robbed and the brakeman of th eir w atches er able m ah ey Tlie robbers them on their guard and1 covered closely 7wi th thei r ireyol Vers whilethey effected their v The pr Bryant who was in the pay traiii on the New i Texas road whioh was o f robbery is probabl y i i n jurediwhiietwb or others of the crew are Sheriff Lewis haspUced an additional guard at tho jail as rumors are aflont that Bradford be lynched should Bryant die The safe contained about A U P Train Wrecked LINCOLN A passenger train was wrecked nailes frotu morning obstruc tion had evidently been placed buifor malice whioli caused the engine to jump r the track carrving with it tho tender and j mail car Bridge Inspector W H Mercer who was riding on the engine was fata y scalded and the engineer seriously injir Oi The engine and tender was totally wrecked The obstruction was placed at a curve where it was impossible to see it in time to check the train An Old Mans Jealousy Dec Htiary Christiansen 61 years old residing at 4109 Drcxel avetmo last night choked wife to death and then cut his Uiroat He resided with his daugh ter and her husband who were absent until a late hour last night This morning the discovery was made Tho old man was taken to the hospital twelve miles distant with his throat cut from car to ear He cannot recover It is supposed that tho old man was jealous of his wife on account of her generosity to members of his family Poisoned by a Servant PARKERSlinKO W Dec San Francisco Chronicle Charles Bond the Harrison county farmer who with his wife and five children wcro poisoned yesterday by a colored servant died today His wife and two of tho chil dren in a critical condition The servant says site poisoned tho family because sho had been treated badly Tho neighbors say she was not Murdered by a Jealous NEW ORLEANS Dec At New Iberia last night Ephraim Mendaza shot and instantly killocl Mary Orawson his sweetheart while she to a place of amusement by another suitor A lynching ia possible SUCCrS FIRST MEAL The Italian Eats for Two Hours and Goes tr Sleep NEW YORK When Signor Succi arose from sleep today aftor tho long slumber which he foil into soon after his feat ended last night an elaborate meal was placed before him Uo ate with extra ordinary relish chicken soup fried smelts fried ctilyos brains quail on toast fruit confections ice cream colleo and a pint each of Carols extract and sec Sued occupied two hours consuming tho food never faltered but ate with a zost that puzzled even George Francis Train who was present Julius Hawthorne and the poot Stephen Massett wero also present when the faster dined At the conclusion of Mm meal Suoci presented a handsome toothpick and soon thereafter retired for a nap preparatory to a trip to Boston where ho goes to exhibit at a musoum SMALLEYS PEN DBiAWJNG OF THE FAMOUS IRISHMAN Ho Is Careless of AU Property and Ho All Personal and Social Obliga tions aud Yet Is Groat Leader of Mon About OShoa tho the Wo man in tho CasoV This most interesting penpicturo of Mr Parnell yet printed is furnished by tho con fessedly unfriendly hand of George W Smalloy ono of the best known of London Correspondents Mr Parnell bo the merits or demerits of his homerule policy what they may has boon at any rate a great figure in public life He had led not a groat party but a party laree enough to hold tho balance of power In English politics with extraordinary ability and power When he entered the House or Commons the cause of hoinerulp was the cause of a despised and powerless minority Toduy Mr Parnells watchword Is written on the banners of nil that is the greater part in numbers is the Liberal party of Great Britain Ho ac complished thisamazing result by methods not less amazing He defied the House trampled on Its traditions broke its rules of deliberate purpose organized a conspiracy against the very life of parliamentary Gov ernment set himself to degrade and dis honor the oldest parliamentary assemblage In tho mother of Parliaments the prototype and pattern of every Legis lature State or Federal in the United States of America He endured censure and suspension ho courted both Ho allied himself first with ono party then wiih the other used both despsied both hated both and was by turns the master of both r He studied the rules and orders of tho House till there was save the Speaker none who knew them so he It Is a kind of knowledge more formidable intho House itself than any other or perhaps all others Ho mustered them in order to misuse them to pervert them overthrow them to des troy thorn and the legislative efliclency the House together He invented and per fected the art of obstruction He com mitted every conceivable crime against the dignity and authority of Parliament Ho was not and is not a good speaker nor even in the ordinary sense a good debater Tet in the end he subdued this proud as sembly to his will He conquered his place Ho was heard and almost obeyed Tho House which used to apply to him all kinds of sometimes rather childishly found itself in the endcompelled to treat him and to treat with him as an equal The old parliamentary hand himself was not his superior as a tactician either in the House or before the country and finally as we all know Mr Gladstone like the House had to capitulate A capitulation is not an unconditional surrender and there were conditions both cases But in both cases It was a surrender Mr Paruell is entitled having brought both of bis chief enemies to terms and to very hard terms Mr Gladstones surrender was per haps the more humiliating of the two and certainly the more complete and off the terms Within five years from tho day on which Mr Gladstone locked up Mr Parnell in Kilmainham jail Mr Parhtjll had forced Mr Gladstone to abandon his Irish policy to renounce his Irish principles and to march the remnant of his shattered legions with arms reversed and drums muffled into the Parnolllte camp always been the mystery man of politics and people now think that the mystery is cleared up The mystery waa Mrs OShea When Parnell was not in the House of Commons he was at iEltbam in her society or at some the many other places in which thIs long in trigue was at different tirrtes carried on His were of ten commented on never publicly explained Never did any man secrecy and mystery so far It was supposed at one time that Mr Parnell cloaked his movements because he dreaded assassination That was more after the Phcsnlx Park murders relations Irish leader arid the with thodynamlte and other extreme wiiigs of the party were It is say whether danger really jjvhether Mr Parnell believed it to exlst What Xthat long was overtrie mysterr was still kept upi Bis own party own corarades he bad knew where fiud him of bowto rieacb him Inuring gave no address but of ho wasnbt at theHouse for day B sometimes not lor weeks Agreat waiting fojri him nobody knew where to forward ttieni When be arrived tfe opened the telegrams and sometimes the letters Sometimes not al wavs Ho lias seen to put a of sealed letters tbe flre out looking at them 0 He cared nothing lor society but of late yeaissome of his newXiberal allies or their sought Mm and asked tlmto Tf tksy knew bis ways they sent by telegraph nor they oven thon always received There was which will serve as well as many A telegram was sent inviting Mr Patnoil to dlno at a wellknown houso a spoclncd day A large party was to be given Perhaps Mr Giadrfume was to havo been present No answer fame from Mr Parnoll Tho arrived and the dinner took place with out him It was a das following about noon his hostess re ceived a velgrum in which he excused him self on the ground of ribscuco for not hav ing answered earlier adding that ho would dine with her ind her husbund ing with pleasure Her husband meantime had gone ubroad sho herself was engaged to dine But she was a woman of resource aud of Jiexiblo mind saw sit once that he had mistaken the easy thing to do with a over her engagement sent Oil a dozen different dispatches to intimate friends who could be asked without cwreiuoncy lor tho same evening and when Mr Parnell arrived ho found a company assembled though not a large one and went iu dinner without dreaming that he was a week lute TiLie difficulty for those who had business relations with him was not less His party nevor knew whether they might count on him or not What they did know was that messages and entreaties wero thrown away on him If a great Irish dcbato wero on Mr Parnell might or might not ho present None but himself was in his Rut the odd thing is Hint he had the same regal manners towards othersof far higher position ilo was not careful to keep an appointment even the appoint ment was with Mr Gladstone and the sub ject of conference one vital to the policy ho had at heart Nuy even his confidential advisers in the two most important matters of business he has ever had to transact wero not trusted with his address or not for a longtime With them as with his political puppets same mystery prevailed there was thosamesuggestion of some occult in fluence that was allcontrolling and all powerful with Mr It has become the custom among somn Irishmen to call Mrs OShoa the Dervorgill is somewhat of a legen dary character who is made responsible for 700 years of Irish misfortunes Thomas Mooro has Immortalized her as the falsest of and Irish mon and women shall love to sing his charming melody proclaim ing lhat on onr side is and firin on theirs is the Saxon and She was tho wife of ORuariv Prince of BrelVny and is supposed to havo eloped with Dennot Mac Murroiigh King of Lmnster and ancestor of the legless and armless Irish Tory leader Arthur Kavanajrh who diod recently Tho elopoincnt is probably a myrth as shft was a woman of middle at the time but Mrs OShea Is faiiv and If not fat also Dermot brought tho English over to him in his war with OKuarc who had beaten him with tho aid of Roderick OConnor King of Connaughtand last mon arch of Ireland Mrs OShea has set tho Irish chieftains and clansmen of today fighting among themselves and tlfc hated Saxon will be tho only gainer by tho fra tricidal strife Mrs OShea is no ordinary woman and least of all is she an adventuress She is of the bluest English blood and Is a woman of intellect and refinement Her brother Sir Evelyn Wood is ono of the bost Generals in the British army and after Lord Wolseley and Sir Frederick Roberts who aro both Irishmen next in the line of promotion for Commander in Chief Ho had a bitterquar rel with his sister over a fortune of left her by an aunt recently deceased and is known to have boon for a long time urg ing OShea with Joseph Chatnbcrlin whose motive was political to tho action which has brought disgrace on tbo Irish leader Mrs OShoa is handsome with a pearly white skic a wealth of golden hair and a graceful voluptuous figure Sho has a fascinating manner and is charming in con versation with cultivated literary tastes and a mans knowledge of politics The breath of suspicion had touched her until sho met Parnell She started iu to help him politically and ended by be coming infatuated with him Tho fascina tion was mutual OShen is tho son of a Limerick attorney who left him a largo fortune which ho squandered in horseracing and gambling Ho was an officer in a crack cavalry ro giment a dashinc ladykilling fellow with a good figure and attractive manners Ho married Kilty Wood whcu she was in her teens but tho pleasures of the messroom and tho racecourse hud more attractiveness for him than home When he lost his money ho left tho army and lived on his it freely on wine womon and horses Ho often remained months away from home and utterly neglected his wife Getting into Parliament for County Clare through the influence of the Catholic Bishops he foisted himself on Parnell through his wifes entreaties and proceeded to earn Government berth by making himself useful He closed his eyes to what everybody know and finally only acted from mercenary motives He is the most thoroughly despised cad in London today Under other circumstances and with a man for a husband Mrs OShea would have made a good wife There can be no doubt that Parnell will marry COURTED BY A WIDOW WELCOME NEWS FOR UTAH Ten Thousand Mormons to Be Sent to Northern Mexico A VOTE OF THANKS FOR JOHN W YOUNG He Secures Three Million Acres of Liand and AVill Colonize It with Utah A Bonus for Every Family Why a New York Athlete Spends His Sunday In Jail NEW YORK Dec Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle 8 Shaw expresident of the Metropolitan Rowing Association a handsome athlete is spending Sunday in the Ludlow street jail Six months ago Emma L Shaw 22 years of age secured a limited divorce from him with a week alimony This ali has refused to pay and says that he will stay in jail forever sooner than pay it There is about due Mrs Shaw was left a widow at the tgc of 20 having married a stookbrokor named Murray Young Mrs Murray had In the savings dashing young widow fell in love with the athlete at first sight and induced him to her in room He remained there several months their relations heinKmusl intimate On July 18 1887 Mrs Murray drew from the bank and with tears in her eyes and on bended knees handed the money to Shaw and beggedhim to take it He refused Dragging herself around the room on her knees and still holding out 000 she continued her supplication and vowed that unless he married her she would then and there kill She continued her entrtfttitis and they were married two days later Shaw took the money pur chased some land in Mt Vernon erected two houses and by the transaction cleared 87000 He and now holds the property in Mt Yemonln his own name Mrs Shaw has succeeded in obtain and now seeks to recover possession of her property THE SUNDAY PiTTSBtTRQ Deo special from Lima Ohio B O Faurot a veilknown banker of this city and who is also presi dent of tho Columbus Lima Northwestern Kailway and largely interested in railway enterprises in Mexico returned home from York this afternoon and announces the consummation of a doal with John Young tho oldest son of the lateBrlghara Young whojviby Mr Young comos in pos session of three million acres of land which was grunted Faurot by tho Mexican Gov ernment years ago Tho negotiations have been in progress some time and finally elosod in Now York yesterday Tho land is located in tho northern part of Mexico About throe years ago Faurot obtained a valuable grunt from tho MoxMcan Govern mont which included these lands tlio stipu lation being the construction of a railway extending from Doming N to Oashlla bompa Knyou on the Pacific coast Tho Mexican Government in connection with tins grant oflors to every family and Sfifl to overv man who locates permanently on this land Young has pooplo who will eulogize on these lands and it is under stood that they are air Mormonswho now reside hi A CONSCIENCE 11KMITTANCE PhihHlo5phian Gives Up a Thou sand Dollars for Taxes PniAnisLiMUA Dia Krancisco Clironicto Colonel Mucklo business manager of tha Puliiifi Jstxiacr called upon Register O K Wills today and handed over to Iiim two letters which had boon forwarded to Mr George W Chi Ids Both letters wore peculiarly constructed the manuscript be made up entirely of letters of tho alphaboa cut from and put together to fjrm a word without regard to tho size or character of the typo used The lirst man uscript said On closing our estato thoro was and is now a doubt about the amount being duo the State for collateral inheritance tax SlOSO but to bo sure I wishto pay it Will you givo this prompt attention Ac knowledge receipt in personal notice in Ptiidir Sooner or later conscience will waken Pleaso address answer toB On tho Tuesday after a eocond letter wan received reading I am anxious to hoar whether you received the money de Jivered by messenger Friday with note re questing you to pay thomoncy to the proper and signed B The Register was surprised at tho rove lation and after accepting tho money from the unknown consciencestricken ual gave Colonel Mucklo a receipt for the same crediting tho amount to conscienco fund through Gcorgo W Childs oil account of the collateral inheritance tax MUTILATED BY HATS Tiie Ferocious Animals Devour a Mans Face and Hand NEW Yoiuc Dispatch Francisco Clirvniclc A shocking discovery was made in a hallway at No 10J Kevins street this Tbo house is occupied by Griebsick and family and Mr Nolan who lives on the top floor A servant girl came down stairs for some firewood about saw the body of a man lying In the hallway She rushed up in a state of alarm and George Hubert a brother of Mrs Griebsick came down Ho told tho man to get up thinking he was drunk on looking closer he saw blood about tho head aud he went for a policeman Detective Jiawley of tho third precinct came to the house and the ghastly discov ery was made that the body ad been mutilated by rats Tha ferocious animals had confined themselves to the face and left hand Tho noso was completely eaten away as was also tho cheek Over the left ear a largo hole had been made almost to the skull whlla a portion of the ear itself was gone Apart of the third linger of tho left hand had been also eaten The wounds had bled some what after being made which would tend to show that the unfortunate man Had been alive when attacked by tho animals Richard Stokes years an em ployee in the demijohn factory at No 260 Grand avenue was found dead in the cellar of the factory this morning face anc5 lips hud been eaten away by rati THE WEEK IN Railroad Property A Disastrous Massachusetts Biaze CHiOAOoi Deo The paint shop1 and repair shop of tho Jillnpis Central Railway were entirely destroyed by fire T n the first bu ildlnjt sixteen pair shop four coach es nea rly com r pleted also valued at S3500 apiece The flro 1 ing of reached Tlie total loss estimated at s 1 Deo The most dis astrous fire ever known at Atbol occurred today The Masoniox and Central blocks were completely destroyed five merchants the postofflce Masonic rooms being burned out Five were severely Injured Loss v Dec fatherland tbreev childrenlost their 1 i ves i n tiflrft in a iiuuible Little Will Bo Accompltshed During the Holidays WASHINGTON Deo It is unlikely that any positive legislation will bo achieved by Congress this week and the failure to take the usual holiday recess Is hot expected to result in any measurable advancement of public business In the Senate the Elec tions bill will probably consume the first three days of the Tho possibilities of an hangs altogether upon tho result of the negotiations now in pro gress among the Republican Senators upon the subject of the caucus financial bill If a harmonious understanding to support this measure is reached the Electionsbill may be laid iside in its favor and discussion hi the Senate turn our financial mattersua the day before Christmas when it is ex pected a recess will bo taken until It is probable that a successive adjourn ment for two or tbrso days at a time will mark the course of the House during th6 Christmas holiday Nobuslnessof is expected to be done as many members nave left Washington for thac a hardly be Monday is District of Columbia day and th9 House upon tion until some measure is prpposcd upon which a vote is demanded andthe of a quorum thereby disclosed Such other days in the ifceeJt as tho House is in will probably be devoted A Defeated Gaudldate UTICA MyronVan tor DistirictAttorney lir 1889 ho beaten br ity haa brought suit against ecrvsr alleging that of editorials damaged Urs making tn oa Be aino damaged thew claims for ni u v
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