Atlanta Constitution Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

About Atlanta Constitution

  • Publication Name: Atlanta Constitution
  • Location: Atlanta, Georgia
  • Pages Available: 113,503
  • Years Available: 1868 - 1924
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : Atlanta Constitution, December 17, 1890

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia TA CONSTITU' YOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, PRICE FIVE CENTS. IL y'ES THE UESTION. IT THEY DID IN THE SENATE. C1 imor iijr for ree Coinage. The i UiU Certim to Bo Put Aside f :r New Ypportiomutnt V. J-HIM TON December lb i tl f ire of rhe -iiirus 1 isr mjjit to do iny- :iecac'sitafed i contu aition of tin. force h in tho se todaj, but the tn he ab mrt "i i nt of tins m'amous bill b ii' reh upon rhe time taken for the VK i hi ai c i1 bill Indeed, the been relegated to t> e rear al- bv tne nrco batt i >vv going on 11 the cm of cor" m tet- rooms, between the _ ican of the w cst who w free i e of silver ind 4i3so of tho east who a, u it T' o t i-it Thej wou'd however, accept i com bo m the ipe of i bill prov iding for tlie t, n of six or seven millions j, r- if thev nun it to be the best they i i i bout rminfi, embarrassing ill antes W7 31X.V.ER 3 men irt to any so-called iro of rchei except upuii the vehicle of r r At the no vt eaurus perhaps tomorrow his tnnncia qtiebtion should be decided, i "tuir Hess of CAUCUS declarations or tv the free coinage w ill cast H rco bill a-side w. ithout cer- and tau.e uu hiiMice i se Ho-r md his little gang of follow fci sqjeil luudiv, but they can do little n make i on is just as w as predicted 9 dibp itciies two weeks 150 The nen h.iv e pitted silver agimst tho Force fc d the lastwr must succumb it is f q o pass the force bill eve i in January r i-arv, some republican aeLatoi cm f dwhoisboid enough and auiaciently of conscience to v icld the gavel and put tlie question. upon the of the bi1! Both Morton and i hare positively refused to s 1 dmuiids fcut he t while neither Hoar nor BlUy Chan I tre nerve Even, however, should r Id senator turn, uo and offer to wield 31 it is believed the republican opposi j bill would be sufficient to shelve it w flntly, withoat a direct vote ITOE.CE BILL W IL.L TS L MJ> ASIPB am is as meters now stand, tbe force i v soon be laid asma in the interest of ma legislation V fiee coinage bill, it is m ibabie, will pass the eena o, but there a i m lieetl n the house, w ho cia pre- en. Jbsage through thit body Last ses- e co najje bill passed the senate, and r d killed it in the house H do the thing thia season, and V niii the westerners fear Thns, as now view tho situation, they sf to make sort ot comnromiEe Harrison and Secretary "Wisdom 01 il passed to buy t 10 outstanding once, to sileuco the Clamor Mr T aijs that the most important thing -no is to renew the contidence of the Inch tvillleid them to lei- go tho i ey areholdmg 111 reseive The mill ollars that have lecently been put the treaburj have been sucked in and ?d away by eipita1 sts, who lack in the present situat on The want t Science is not due bo mucn to the lack of e? as it is to the dissatisfaction of the peo- h recent legislation, which leads to a pi impression thatttieremnstbea change, a M the reaction may lead to recklessness THB FINANCIAL SITOAT1OV e reports from "Wall says The fc" Tere not satisfactory this morning, and number of failures augment the IT j raess of the situation The lower quota- or silver seemed unexphcable to the -v department It had been expected la it least the prices of yesterday would Tbe reports indicate that plenty t M ay is to be had on the right sort of se- ar but money is not seeking investment are indications also that people are sa business through the banks, -while t >ther band the banhs are holding large fcrrei to secure them against a run thing of treasury drafts hemg by the payees at the subtreasury, in- i the hanks, is another evidence t tl ssneral timidity. The department has II f 7m complying with demands for s and for the quick exchange of of money between commercial ON THE FOBCK BILL onung hour expired and the elections Tip Morgan took the floor in continuation of w a against the measure His first against the bill was the oro- a r the appointment of chief supjervis- contended that under tlie lauguage ovision the position of chief snper- 03 a life position The courts would TQTTer to remove nor the house to im- rae tenure of office was for as long as snt was fiithfnl and capable "j. n o -Thorn ilr Morgan asked, ind he a John I Davenport's name rotten in tlie mil lose of Mr Morgan's remarks, Mr e notice of an amendment requiring auts for rhe position of deputy w u, able to read and write, 3e of good moral charactei iki addressed the senate in opposi- lor e elections bill The country was fri he said the final act in the ncal drama in which the republican '-loeen playing the role of star fora a ceuturj Tne play Lid been i nad paid well Its receipts had The last preceding scene m mattenugs of uni- tne panorama a in a comedy or tragedy o> be seen Awaiting patiently ruination of the play the interval oted he said not without profit lit casual review of tbe genera, jeral performance. Mr. Keiin etcu ae history of tho repub- ,tnnincc with the reconstruction (y of thacpartx DoLci Qi tne repub'.can the 'lortnoni, pjblic lauds, d Inuians Tlien, address- i oih. he and that there was i o what it There was it was a cunning contrivance f .cujjds of the mmonty the con- ae msmtuciona of tho people, bayonet J0r every bal- from Jlassachusetta told the senate that no time r k in debate, as no one's judg- Tec-ed it Ht Hoi-t ve bill nassed J was, jtrhans, evitluice 3 coneui'-od ill by tlie othor V l tnafciiad a temlenei 11 i o as leaat, tne idea thit i- w-aa considered wise, i the hi 1 through to it tho statute books sitoMth, as the tread of a thief by night the bill, ho isked, tlie product of a foton, or of a fiimic, of a Solomon, of i foo1 Itb 'cruiN a'id provision-, w eia ho ore the senate Its objects and Us purposes u ore carried uu its face It was understood -hit John I IHvenvort was its luthor It strainU d like him IL looked him it read hke h m, section, every clause, every hue and every letter of it, from oni, end to the other spelled "Davenport Its chief promoter in the senate nis the nistinguised senator from Massachusetts (Mr and the aeeoi d m command seemed to bo the ecjuillv distinguished senator froin .New (Mr Lvarts) It seemed to bo meet and proper that those t'no distinguished gentlemen should be selected, either by others or by theuiiel ves to take charge of the bill One had been made pirt of the electoral committee and the other had been the ci icf counsel before th it trtbniiil Mr, Keiiua gave a highly graphic descrip- tion of the scones before ihe electoral com- mittee and in the hoi -10 of aud referred to Mrs Fasseti h painting 111 which Mr Evarts was the central figure ad dressing the tribunal and in which Mr Hoar appears as a member o( the oinmUtce That picture, he siid ought not to go downtopos- teiitj bohtiiv ind alone There should be i comna non picture painted for it, showing the extemporized Bistile in w hich some the American for whom enport had issued wirrantt, were pactted crowding each other to look out through the bira, dhow ing John I I) nport as the c-ential iignre If an honest; m in is D enport was represented on tho other Ride to be) ooul i snatch away the libeities of 10 000 American i .tizens by a stroke of his pen, what was to be the fate of voters when there was to be a bavonet behind ballot and a Davenport behind evcrv [borne appliiibo in the galleries If the scan- ning the bill from ihe lifcle pago to its con elusion ifforded no object on on -which to cist a -vote against it, its authorablp and its source would c HIS. He Sicnifics a TCillingnicsa to Appear Itefnro a Committee December dozen present 3 esterday morning bad dm mdled down to eight when the presiding- ofticer s el fell tins morning at 10 o'clock The presiding oSicer laid before tho senate Air Morgan's resolution callnig on the seere- taij of the treasury for mformition to the pavment of the claims of John I poet as supervisoi of elections and as circuit court commissioner In this connecuion, Mr H ir Hid before the senate a communication which he as chairmin of the committee on prrvilogos and elections, had received from John I Davenport calling attention to cer- tain charges made ignnst him in the and offering himself is a witness under oith to any committee desnuig to exunine him Mr Gorman trusted unu the senator from Massachusetts would offer a- resolution to in- vestigate the conduct of enport as re quested by that gentleman Mr Hoar replied that he had not considered the matter He merelv presented the letter for the information of tne senate Mr Gorman believed that Davenport desired an investigation it should be accorded him in the interest of the country as ell as in justihcation of himself, he hid defense Mr Carlisle thought the senator from Mary land had mistaken the terms of the letter Davenport did not request that his conduct be investigated, out eimply expressed hii will insness to go himself before a committee and make a statement That, he snggesteil would not be satisfactory to tho aei ate or country It Davenport's official conduct was to be esti gated, it should be investigated in the usnal way Ihe commumcition was referred, and the resolution ivas adopted Mr Morgan presented1 the credentials of tho election of his colleague, Mr Pugh, and they laid upon the tible The pending business was stated to be the considcution of theDoIph resolution, providing for an investigation to whether the right to rote was denied or abridged in any sta'e, with the est amendment, extending the investiga- tion to an inquiry as to whether, by state leg ishition my man had been denied tho right to work 011 public works by reason of bis co or Mr Morgan addressed the senate against the bill Mr Dolph spoke in favor of it Without concluding his argument, Mr Dolph yielded for a motion to adjourn FASCO'S To tlie todse Flection The Snbtrcasury Bill WASHINGTON, December 16 Senator Pasco today introduced an amendment proposed to tho pending election bill comprising two addi tional sections They provide, ui brief, that it shall be unlawful for any person to piy or promise to pay money to induce persons to vote or refrain from voting, to promise employment as supervisor of elections to influence a ote to receive money as an appointment w ith that object to endeavor to influence employes in their voting, by the use of pav envelopes or posted placards or threatening dismissals for expression of political preference, on a penalty of fine and imprisonment for one jear It also re- quires officers of political organizations to- file the clerk of tbe court itemized statements of receipts and expenditures of political funds and the aauae statements are required from candidates for representatives under like uen- ties Representative Pierce, of Tennessee, today introduced a resolution instructing the ways and means committee to report to the house bv Monday, Januarv 5th, the subtreauurj bill, and th-u the Mcmdaj following bo fixed for its consideration Tlie Florida JExeursitm to Asheville A large party of i Toridians en route to the AsheviJle immigration convention passed through jesterdiy morn ng in charge of Mr Frank M Jolly, the district passenger agent of the East Tennessee road m Florida. Sloridians appreciate immigration, ind .Mr Jolly is alive to tho opportunities of the occa- sion He has worked up a nne delegation from the peninsula and conducted them through 111 special cars. He is just off tho Farmers' Alliance excursion, during which he many friends. _ The Baron's Naive Intel cst In One and Ignorance of tlie Otlier. IN C December San Francisco special in reuard to ihe mamnge oj? Alaggie McDowell, of Charlotte, to Uaron von Maltzahn, of BerUn, Germany, 111 conued- tion with-his alleged letter in reply to the Cali- fornia advertisement of rich American brides for European noblemen has been the ilJ-absoibing theme of conversation in social circles heie todav It 13 bald the baron declaied that the cause of his resignation tlie German army was bis bride's lofusil to live abroad A circuin st ince bv some thought s gnincnnt in this con- nection w is told the correspondent this even- ing by a person qm e intiiu ite with the Ale Do we II fainilv 'I his informant stated that soon after Miss McDowell a return from Europe the baron in one of his let- ter to hei questioned her ery closely about her income and sMd that it would be impossible foi them to marry If she wis not wealth} The story runs tint J B Me DowrilJ, i brother of tho baroness, answered the Jettei, saying that his sister's income was 000 a vear and that it would bo necessarj for tho baron to w at his cichst conv menco and declare what his income was It is faid the biron replied as fol o-vs ask mv mcomo in Thit h is never troubled mo, and I have never thought to ask i iv mother in what kind of financial condition sht- would leave mo in it her de ah Blj KNEJO TO JJEATH The Supreme Court of Tennessee Settles tho Matter NASH-; ILLK, Tenn December 10 The supreme court today decided thirteen gambling cases which came before that tri- Ounal from the Davidson countv criminal urt Tho iudgment of the lower court was rmed and the defendants were taxed with costs The county criminal court found the defendants guilty and sentenced them to of imprisonment in -jail, ranging from tfiii to thirtj dajs Most of the cases were ap- Dealed to the snpremo court to secure delay and were today submitted without argument and decided from tbe bench The action of tlie supreme court was awaited with great in- tterest by tlie sporting fraternity throughout the fctate and it is thought it will force "many of them to leave Tennessee The anti-gambling law gives the tr'al judge the right to impose a jail sentence in addition to a fine bHE WOULDN'T SEE HIM And Therefore He TU re atoned to Kill tbe 1 AVhole lamily MEMPHIS Tenn December 1G RIOTS it IBELAND. FASA'Ctl.l'eJSS AKD TSEIK EJtlES FIGHT. IARNELL NEARLY BLINDED LIME. Eecelies Several Severe Bloivs with. He Cell's HSs Was Tho Par Deeembor 16 Daily News, at Kilf-enny, declares his belief that PameH'8 cause is lost. He aays It was a race the ParneUUes and McCarthy- ites to readte KotlidowueT, where it was an- nounced speak. The utmost enthusiasm was displayed for Davitt, while there was hootine and groaning for Parnell Four thonsand persoiisattended Davitt's meet- Ing, only 200 listened to Parnell Mr at the beginning of his speech, made an Erosion to The Freeman's Journal, which with cries of "Down with it A priest ihonted "to blazes with it THE FKEEMAN'S JOUBNAL. Mi Taimer burnt a copy of the paper After ParneU's departure. Mr Dantt continued his remarks, saying Parnell has fled, as will fiee from Id Ik tony next Monday But I will meet him face to face before this contest isover and ask him to repeat that the archbishops, and pnesta and O'Bnen and Dillon are the scam of This IB Parnell who did DOE hesitate to accept from the scum of Ireland Tarn the son of a peasant, but, thank God I never disgraced my humble came. "VVhicn will you have, Ireland or Par- nell? [Shouts of "Ireland Who is Scully? Why the son of a landlord who evicted two poor women you knew and kicked one to death HE EULOGIZED GLADSTONE Mr Davitt then eulogized Mr Gladstone, who, he said, worked for Ireland while Par- noll was inactive [Ones of "bravo, At the conclusion of the meeting a number of sturdy farmers dragged the wagon with Davitt and others on it through the village m triumph Painell, after informing the re- porters that he would return to Kilkenny alighted at Bali ey rage t. This originated the rumor that he had disappeared His move- ments are still mysterious A FIGHT AT B VLLYIi AHILL. The troubles between the Parnellites and McCarthyites resulted in a free fight at Bally- nahill today A meeting was held there in the interest of Scully, the Parnelhte candidate Parnell was one of the speakers and, when ho made his appearance, was vociferously cheered bj his supporters While this meeting was being held, another one, in the interest of Sir John Pope Hennessey, the nominee, was taking place a short dis- tance away, at which addresses wore made by Mr DaMltt and Dr Tanner Angry speeches were made on both sides, and the passions of the audience roubed to the highest pitch by the Ian gxtoge used by the speakers Finally the Par- nellites made an attack upon the opposition ____Brett is under arrest for threatening exterminate a whole family Six months ago Brett manned Nagle's sister, who was a young girl attending the public schopls They re- meeting The McCarthyltes made a spirited moved shortly after tho mirriage to Kansas defense, led by Mr Davitt, Dr Tinner and a Citv. w hero Brett mistreated her, and feeling number of guests, who were at tbe meeting that she could not live amicably with her hus- In the melee that followed many persons on hand, she returned to Memphis and took up bpthflides were injured Among those who abode with bm relatives A rft" Sir. Davitt, who a Brett concluded to vfsft his wife, but she severe- wound: ontheuead at tlwriiands of pressed a desire not tc see him, and he wis of the Parnellitea The attack of the forbfddeu the bouse This angered him ind I Parnelhtes was linally repelled r he threatened to exterminate the whole farml-y or see his swore out aw arrant and will prosecute him Brett's wife declares her intention to never live with him again THE PORTRAIT OP A Proeentetl to tlio Supremo Court of North Carolina. RvuiG-r X C December Todav a life size oil portrait of luhn Lou's lavlor the first chief just ce of North Caro- lina was presented to tbe supreme court The prebfntition nddrasa was made bv Thomas H Ivciiaii, c eiK of tbe court, and the portrait WTS it copied by Chief Justice Mem man iro to he made to effort some change HOW THE ROW ST4BTE.D. Mr Da itt, accompanied by F-Uher O'Fal lorin tbe first of the prominent speakers to airiie at the meeting in Ballinkill, and he tool., his stand in the higher part of the square, the church Cheers and counter cheers ird partisan shouts were indulged in by the assembled members of the two factions As beean speech a waggonette, on ch Redmond mem bei of par lairont Ryan, and other Parnellites was driven through the louei part of the fol lowed by a cheering crowd Redmond began speaking sim- with Davitr The advent of anotl or Paniell delegation headed by Dr 1 anner and several priests, driving in tho rules gov erning the br eklj thiouSh ihe ciowd, put a temporal y 'Ien out to the lowest demo- I stop to the seethes at both meetings The The Sftrt Fate of a tittle Boy la Morris County. H rov, Ga December 16 T ast Saturday morning on tho plantation of Hon B MobJey, miles north of this place, the seven-year old son of William Copeland, col was burned in a moat horriole miimei '1 he mother ieft tinea little children in the houie bj she going to the trash place a short distance, to Jo her week's washing After hems; gone a short while her attt ntioii was called by loud and piteous scrcanib near her Jiou-je Knowing something ms wrong, she went to her house to find her sou 111 a complete sheet of Hames, with i younger bister trying to put the nre out by wa cr on her brother The child s cloth n v b burned comnletelv off up to his sbouklf b irmm.him from his feet to his shoulders Dr Mitchell, of Hamilton, was sent for, and did all in his power to relieve the siifFoungB of his patient examining the little hoj he toid the parents there no possible ch nice for lecovery The child died in a few hours tint it maj be gi cratic btdcler, or pise tint the public printer maj be a regular stato official The pub ic has cost during tho past ten o( which it Jh alleced 000 w ts paid to persons whoreallj did nothing moie than sign receipts The Work of a Rire SJtovol. MURPHY, N C Decomoer 16 [bpecial k townshi THE ic la All Klglit Now CiiiG December 16 General Miller been met and Presi- dent Hiriison can Jua world's four proc- lamation The met last uight and accepted uty ordinance Six Inches Deep in in Shennndonh iltey KN OXVIT i E, 1 enn December lb severe snow storm has been ragingheresmceio'clock p ui and at 10 o clock tonight Bonuses to continue bnow is six inches deep in upper Bast Ten nosaeee, and there ib a snow in tho n.ouiitans So far it has melted as fast it fell here WASHINGTON, December lb snowstorm prex ailed today in the Shenandoah valley The snow was three Inches deep at nightfall at Staunton and Harriaonburg, and was still falling Because She fl as a "Woman. AH Dccenibei 16 cial Jonos today reprieved Ann Patterson, who was sentenced to be hanged in Seale, ItusseU county, next Friday, for the murder of her husband, by poisoning. The re- result of a petition signed by nearlv every lady in Seale, asking for the com- mutation of the woman's sentence to imprison- ment lor life Governor Jones granted cbo re- prieve until Jannary 16th, to gain an opportu- nity to gn e the case caObe ins eatigation ISlotrn Oter Precipice. December en Alpine chas- seurs, working under command of aa officer at a new fortress on the summit of Sacharai, be- tween LaBuga and Eiviere, were swept, with their superior, by a sudden blast over a preci- pice Five of the men, and tbe officer, fell a distance of feet Their bodies have been recovered in a frightfully mutilated condition Two of the men managed to cdng to some locks and so managed to escape death. The Case Too C .December 16 prelim- inary examination of Attorney Pope, with a section rf ifee state consecution, 111 duseharymjf Tbomax B itiiClcr from the tie part because he TOtod Tor Haakeh agaixiat Tillman, beard befpro TrUi JiuEica Ytnuniuu Uiis At i drunken frolic in Shoal Creek township, in Cherokee county, there a regrD man picking tbe birijo He said hchnu'-t co home aa he was tired vvhprcupon iliiam button, deputy sheriff picked up a heivy flre and by i terrible blow crushed in the skull of the negro, w ithout the slightest provocation. Sutton 3 whereaboutb is not linown Ihe negro is dead Official A oto. MirJi December 10 official canvass of the vote in the recent election has just been completed It shows the following rcbiilts 2? or gov ernor, Ldw ird j3 mans democrat, received IB J 725 voles James M Turner republican, prohi- bition, Belden, Iibor, The dem- ocrats elected nine congressmen and tho re- publicans two Tbe entire deraociatic state ticket was also elected_ The Gun Was toaded. NASHMLT.E, Tenn December lb cial cleaning a gun todiv, Henry B vines accidentilly kuled Mineivi thp.ont ro charge entering the side of her he U, tearing a hole two inches in circumference Barnes was engaged to be married to the girl, and wis y craved wifihguef clothing w as soaked m Ler blood when the police charge of him A Tragedy in Mississippi. Miwi, December a shooting scrape which occurred hfteen miles in the country this afternoon, at Bowen, Will Bine, Dave McKee and Boh Applewhite were mortally wounned Tbe iiglit grew out of the killing of a cousin of McKee by Blue, at a party m Jefferson county a short time ago All parties are joung men A Confidential Clerk CHA.TT tnoooA, Tenu December 10 cial b Chelker, confidential clerk and bookkeeper for Peepies Trutter, grocers, was arrested and placed m jail today, charged with larceny, emhe7zle- ment and fa seentry of accounts Theamount stolen will aggregate over covering a period of about a year A Cotmty Treasurer Short. CsNTKALtAr 3Io December Or Gil- lespic treasurer oE Boone county, is short over 000 in h s Tho county w ill lose nothing, aa ins oondsmen are able to make good the amount. Gillesp.c has assigned all Ins property to his bandsmen MEMPIU3, Tenn t Dcceruher The Ohio of the Memphis aud Cincinnati Packet Com- pany, which left here Sunday evening, struck a hidden log last night at Cotton wood point and sunk in eighteen feet of water. The Ohio was valued at S35.000 and insured for in Cincinnati companies Tho a Cold. BOMS, Bacembei 16 _ i report p po was _ of p po was gross His hohneaa U aqflering from ft to r" neu comers r themselves along the side of the cii occupied bv Davitt, amid j, cho-us of cheers announced the arilvil of Parnell and Harrison ind i number of supporters on horseback and 111 cars PI TTICOAT" THE appeirance beside lledtnond v the signal for rs and veils of Tallyho the fov ind Kitty's petticoat Amid the am Parnell spoke to a, group around him as fol'owsi 'I come among- you to insult no m in Ldwird and we tvill prc ourselves I come to spea'c of the gre it national crisis I will not enter into a personal contest or squabble with any in m I regret that "Mr Lfavitt is not at mv sido [ones of "Doivn with him' J to fight for Ireland with me as strongly as heretofore I will upeak onU about man who went to parli i incut m Ibiil as a tory supportct of Disrioli ind who now to go as a nbf-il supporter of Gladstone In ISbl Hcnneiisev defended in the house of commons, the eviction proceedings through- out Kings county of, To heil -with "VVill Kilkenny take a man who defended the extermination of these people" [Cries of never Disraeli gave him place and pension 'Ihe din heie increasing Pirnell paused, and pointing towards the opposition meeting, ha d "Let's get away from these lunatics I can t here my o vn v oice Harrington snouted, Don't let us leave the field to them nou THi. FOR.CFS CI AsH Several men now made to drag a wagronette into tho midst of the anti-ParneJI gathering, but were dissuaded from their pur- pose and stopped Davitt, who was speaking and Tacrei also, appealing to those who rallied to their flag Parnell resumed, maintaining that tho con- sistency of his public life had been preserved utmd his unceasing efforts to create and pie- serve au independent Irish party The in ternal dissensions which were destroying ihe party wore not of his creating Having made an unavailing fight it Westminster lor inde- pendence, he had been forced to appeal to the people will Itght with yon until death Parnell proceeded to make an impassioned appeal to the electors, to punish traitorism, ard help him to reconsohdate the Irish ranks into an invincmle phalanx, able to place Ireland abreast of the first nations of the world Mr Harrison was about to follow Parnell, and Tanner was speaking, when a sudden conflict arose on the verge of the crowds A rush was made toward car, and a gen- eral melee ensued BLACKTHORNS UHOLGHT OLT A forest of ash plant sticks and blackthorns arose and descended in the air where the dividing lines of the oppoamg factions met Davitt leaped from hie car, wielded a thick hazel stick and fought his way foot by foot, straight towards Parnell's wagon, grving and receiving numerous hlows. He iinally reached the wagon liatleas and with his face badlv marked ard with a few of his men with who also bore traces of the severe usage they had received Div Mi ao hen ant l of ntlkemiT, J curie here in cd of the right of public meeimg and tlie h tor IT of to interrupt 1 beaten them I v, ns er sfruck by an i bo "ore I is iiianj a ti-ie struc3c by my own mer These remarks were wita t imalt-u ous rhcers after -which the began tc disperse, and the square soon 'csiitned its nor mal aspect Parnell and his friends dro- e to Castle Cottier, Davitt and Dr Taimoi in their wake At Castle Comer Da itt and Tanner ad- dressed anopen- air assemblage mJating upon tho incidents at BatlmgL J, and assert nz that P-irueU brought a bued mob there to att them PELTIAG PUl-SFLt Just then carnages containing Parnellitea passed the crowd, which hooted and pelted them with mud and es Parnell and oth ers of his party a small croTvd While ao aomg a number of Jtt's followers got together and began hooting at the speak- ers Tho Parnellites closed around the vehicle from which their orators "were speaking and the police appeared and tried to divide the factions The meeting ended in a scene wild confusion, and Parnell and his friends drov e off amid a shower of atones and mud PAKNELL BMNDKD WITH LISTE. Frequent attempts to assault members of the party were made, and several bags filled with lime were throw n at them Harrington's shoulders were covered with lime, and massei of lime struck Pnrnell full in the face, com- pletely blinding him This insult infuriated ParnelVs friends Harrington turned and advancing toward Father Downey, who was at the Lead of Par- nell's opponents, shouted, "Coward, you are a disgrace to jour church." The police here again interfered, and Par- nail's party, who had left their cars, again took their seats and finally got away onto the road Parnell's ejes, which were quite closed, were intensely painful SUFFEEINO ISTEJSSE PATS He was soon obliged to stop his carriage, which he left and entered a laborer's cabin in a amting condition A local doctor attended him Lime had become caked beneath, hia eyelids, and the doc tor was unaole to remove it for lack of proper appliances, eo he urged Parnell to drive on fast as possible to Kilkenny Arriving at the Victoria hotel, Parnell had to ho led from the wagon to hia room. Se reclined in an arm chair apparently sightless, aud suffering tbe most intense -agony. He still remains in the hands of his doctors Surgeon Hackett, who attended Parnell along the road, stated at a late hour tonight, that all the lime had been removed, but that the patient was still suffering intensely He said that he did not anticipate, from present appearances, permanent injury to Paruell'a sight. THE PRIESTS Fi3E BADLY At Cork a large crowd gathered at the rail- way station today an hour previous to the coming of Messrs McCarthy and Healy and their associates, and made fierce and hostile demonstrations on tbeir arm al bucks were brandished in tbe air and a few fights ensued between members of the two factions Priests who tried to pacify the people were brutally attacked Canon who is seventy year" old, was knocited to the ground Father Barrett, being struck, turned on hia and called them cowards McCarthy about by tl e mob and prevented from reaching his carnage, folloi ed b> 2 hooting crowd He addressed a meeting inside the hotel, while the Parnellites held a rival outside A public meeting w II be held "Wednesday, at nich Sexton Maurice, Healej .tnd Lane -will Hie major presided at the meeting the Parnell kajdgzbhip iQiutmttee todaj He an nounced that toij was being made and iund Mould "bo started tc meet expenses A Times K ikenny dispatch sm onslaught was so suudcn that Pamell and his con pinions vi .itched bated breath the progress hit aai t o an AbTathau coat, as he hewed his along to tlio ijghtwai, thirKc xYhca hud h ill the distantt. his watt battered and sliapeicsa lie reco ed he ivy blows on tho f ice, tho icft SK e of ninth ebpcciol'v badly luarkn 1 Tito h tndful of men hn t v, ho t atl forco thoir n ay iroin c i 1 to e id of aqu ire jjl beirtnccjoC lud driven beloro them a forte of dibpuU-u inch oE ground inu eil out b'ov.s> with Jigatoii ng L uiKi itid o tt preson !i tnsolf f the lery of 3J mie.l oh cic i.d i re h nij dclia. jf "ieamitjgcje mil t lot k then jnsLino: h tcK tim t le ma Mem d cr i, amid tlir ihiill cr es ot Ins art i 1 hiJ o >p ncn H, v in. t. o tl y ep sod of PIP alii v r ai i M i lj JJi-foinbe 1" p i 1 i n i TT- 01 i J ll Ill i. 11 Painell te-s -.LT t ists f inu 11 of tot a 'o Ho i> s 'When i a h v as n i i hi1- w! it let L Ic in havshn Kin iou-l 10 i no 1 u o i cruel voice t f >ut 3 UD lie pittt a II i in ipt roval of 11 "tii -t Jot ti pt I-.e in LhiniK i iHn i L v be <1i iu-5 v, is gone tin tn and d iic s no t n sticuiations tad his tol wer% all r! t J e si in lus dt i ou 1 ne News, nine it xi s 'It .s ovident tiiat ii_hoi lice lot to vrrest Har- rs Thev fctieoi -c ZSrvv De c nt j coancii OL tl e 11 c al meetiDg rtd Ilcnoivtti Tlutt Parnell a k wortkv oft'e ouplio-tor Ir li antt abroad This resolution was adoi ted after e lasting o-ver tvo hours 1 Lc uieuiltcra of the executive committee who tiieauti Parnell cableRram naire ol tne coui'ci weie roundty denounced Icr ana it was cliuned as there were or seven members at that meeting, w a1- not legal committee was appointed to arrange for a grand Pamell meeting in tint, city within the next two weeks. i oil T C' jv i g ttc u jit. nt Tbey Opened The Caa ASHDAAD, Wis December 16 box of c ant povder exploded in Sunday Lake mine at Wakefield, Mich yesterday, killing two men instantly and fataMy wounding others Two men were engaged in opening a can of powder with a chisei and a spark got into the can A lineman ropainrg telephone wires in the vicinity was thrown from the pole and had two h-oken The eimoston eet fire to the t moers of the mire and it burned bnskl-i. There are some men in mine hut particu- lars cannot bo learned Brevet Major General Alfred H Terry, L nited States army retired, died, at New Haven yester- day morning A 10 000 gallon water tajik collapsed at the Bacna paper mills in A.ucaata ctmcty "Va., resulting w the killing 01 ona man dud juri o emp o; es l I Pi baniv cloijcil If ;