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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               VIII. KO. ?123. I'KKNTON, THUJR8DAY AFTKKNOON, BKPi'KttBKit 35, 1890. TWO C HINTS KENNEDY HEARD AGAIN. His Sensational Speech Ex- punged from The Record BL1 SI1LL The Ohio Lcglalator Said Speech Mlfcht Be Blotted fioin Tile Uetorrt, but Be Iteineinln-red by OUO 000 Aium liana Sipt In the house Mi Millir of South Carolina wa-s nworn in A iTBoltitioii from ihe forelgu affairs committed uillujg on the piesidtnt form foimatiau iibuut the killing of den Bar runditt was agieed to A itsolution from the judicial committee diluting that Mr Kenned) M celebrated speech be excluded from Ihe Record nus Bjfreed to Mr Kennedy deftndtd himself in a long speech The 1) reach spoliation claims amendment to the deficiency bill was nuii- concurred in 111 to 87 and a conference was ordered Senate bills were parsed giving Mrs freeraout Mrs MeClellan and Lnmk puiyuni of onrh >Ir Keniu  nna and from the lakeajo 'the ft'ulf TmlorHlng his fepeecu He was willing to htarid before the people of the eountr} and wait for their indorsement Ihi to vhich he belonued had pledged itself in its platfoi m and frmng the campugn to ertonn certain duties and fulfill certain promises UeafioiiB for Speaking One of those pledges he said the first and greatest waa that the Repub- lican party would put on the statute books of the 1 md a law for the protection of every citizen so that he could go to the ballot box, deposit his and have it counted It was beeiuse his part} had failed to do that that he had stood upon this floor and spoke of broken pledges and broken promises This house had per formed its pledges It was not the fault of the house that the pkdges hud not been redeemed and he had a right to Sd} tins here or elsewhere He had made speeches on this floor which had sunk into Ihe Record as ram drops sank into the oeeaii and were lost forever But he had at least made one speech on the floor that the people had heard Ihe house might blot it from Ihe Record and sweep it fiom existence but it could not blot it from the quickened consciences of people of America To Follow Lincoln's Lead He could not, he said rival the words of the great emancipator but with the single tulditGod bad gaven, svonld- on this floor or anywhere defending the rights of the poor, down trodden and op- pressed He had stood for five years on liattlf fields rn testify his demotion to tl e ciuse of hbert} and unity And for twenty fhe }ears since, whenever oppor limit) presented itself, he had stood in be- half of liberty justice, equahtj a free bal lot and a fair count Others might seek the plaudits of the powerful and the great, but as for him, he would be content to stand bj the side o] the plain people whom Abraham Lincoln had loved He Avoided the Question Mr Stewart said that the gentleman hac hot uttered one ..ord touthiun the LOO.} question Nobod) questioned the gentle man H fidelity to the principles of liberty and nobody challenged .the record he hac made in defenoo ot that principle Tho question was whether m the speech, which was ip spirit and substance a bitter anc s arraignment of the eo ordmate branch, was a lolation of parliamentary law and of the privileges of the house If as said, of the country were ntider the thai this soit of assaulthad been correctly made the unanimous judgment of the house to correct that In re sponso to a question bj Mr Bontelle Mr blew art stated that it was proposed to ox punge the entire speech, w hlch called fortli the retort from Mr Boutslle that m ex pnngmg the entire speech the gentleman was expunaing part of the Uepubhcai: platform 'Ihe previous question was then yeas, 141 U> anil the reso lution yeas, IjO 36 In-tltn ftriiittG The senate paenert n n solution ilinvtin I'llWOEIl Absolutely A cream of tartar powder, Mt of all In leavening ol.anfth. U. B. GOT Beport, ne ne ms 01 me. state ueaMii) wai and iav> departments to prepare bills based m the lecummendatiouH of the inai me substitute for the 'edtral court bill was passed also senate Jill to pav to the personal of Cupt John Lnesson ItJO found due to him b) de  fiom time to time d slgnate 1 he fiiHt terms of said courts aie to be held on the second Monday m January, 1891, HMtl ttu_r( after at sueh times as may be fix  opeii announced that it had TTeenTfecided, to place the following in nomination Ciournnr Lhmdnrp P nf Centre couutv Inuteuant governor Justus son of 1 iota count} becretarj of internal aflairs Henry K teller of Blair county A new executive committee was named and a platform adopted gentlemen who claimed to be en titled to admission as members of the ex (cutivo committee being refused perrnis -'ion to act as such met after the adjourn merit of the (otnmittce and denounced Mr K) ndti and his associates McAdoo Defeated JIPSPT ClTTT McAdoo WHB defeated for renommation in tlie Democratic convention nominee is Fdward t MeDoiMll vvh( was (.usted from the state sen Itslwin HI bi cause it vv is alleged he had been fMilvtl >rt 1 ha official at thf t tul of thf first b it lot wen Me Don Ud 14 0 Iludspcth- mate I McDonald in a strung ad Ircss in VV 1 1 1 he i_liai L J rth rt d f-Lttidl) UUL niue the action of the state senate m re tiujtJVlf Donald lairhp mn vcntioti to vindicite the honestly elected lenaU r bv making him tts nominee and lectu g him t j Counselor ill in U of Hoboltcn nominated Mr Me loo whom he ded ired was the best r f ipnL from m romitj ti d d Are jou todci} after fidel uv t tic jartv K to cruufj him itnsiJ )i I( hn Mcfrnth applauded Mr Me but declared it was time in ike a change f i uoi llrackf tt and Tenement Clothing I M< N ,i) reply to the recent 11 _ubernatonal candidates of John secret irv of the board 4 4 i ihinji Opt rat es National union MPT i Hr Haiti writer that if elected i M ni i m  s allegation thit N York t lit merit house clothing i ui t i Mstcm is injurious to I K t u (its vv rknien and menacing to I f li U h t i ur people Iii reply to the p t n 1-1 to whethtr 01 not he would i ici t e t iti boar 1 of health to prohibit s in H Mori of sui Ii tenement made I I tlu heisadvised i 'It piwrrto effect such prohibition e-i with the board of health of the I-H-of-P If it H ahovrn, that these N ure li iblc U> spread the germs of vast (lie legislature will doubtless iu nn ionics uccessarj to mitigate the vil hit.h he should exert his iTiTinnlrj To t uforce Other Nominations. COLUMBIV C El- li wl O liu-jcutcd by Ihe huuae luesday, has been reuom- natcd In acclamation by the Democrats f the Seventh district UouiiMrR N Y Sept The Repub- i ui conkrissional convention of the HirM third district at Ixtckport nom nattd A Dav iNGrlbLD Mass Sept 25 I vv t Uth district Republican oongressiona (onv iitiun nominated Jrancis W Rock well Resolutions indorsing his work ir. ougress and Speaker Reed s course were topttiU Bitini.LPonT, Conn Sept 25 Dem rtratit coiiKressional convention of thf I nn th district nominated Hon Robert E De I t rest, of this city, lor congress Another Gubernatorial Candidate II Hisiti pa Sept 25 one menil ers of the Prohibition state commit- Ui met here and nominated John D Gill Ihr pi Chftrleff MHter, who declined bill was present and accepted the omii ation Men Killed by a Whale. Sept 25 captain ol (ho sailing schooner Maggie Maj, just ar rn ed liere, rcpoi ts infe spoken the winters John and Winthrop On Aug It inthrop sighted a large whale and two boats were sent after it As soon as tin whak was struck by harpoons it w recked both the bouts by striking them -.JYJU1 itlJall Two pj the men were Jtil in! uiotlur had both legs bioken Ihe and whales Nelson Doea n Mile In 3 RANK Ills Sept 25 trot- ted R mile tho kite shaped track here in 2 12 thus equaling Axtell'a iccord 1 ho first half was made in 104% aud but foi the heavy wind on the last half horsemen si) that he would hav e made the mile m 2 10 or better He will be sent again next Friday, and betting is in his favor that ho will beat 2 12 Plttsbnrg Iron Men Indignant PlTTSmmo, Sept Pitts burg iron and steel manufacturers are filled with indignation over the work ol tho Republican tariff conferrees in re ducing the rates on platen, steel billets, Htoel rails and structural vrotk, and con- certed action will be taken to co-npel a re- vision of thf1 mrf-fil Rf fiedulf Georga N. NOB. 530 and 639 street, opposite Ewlng aUaat, nothing bat Upper Le high Bad White Ik. DAYITT'S GRAVE CHARGE The Government's Alleged Plot Against Mr Parnell IT HIKrl) IltD JIM M'DERMOTT. Editor Duvltt ClalniH mlte Outrages Were Inspired by the Government for the Purpose of RulnlDf Ireland M (Uuimpion bept Michael Davitt will begin in his paper Ihe Labor World, of H.y ipripH of diseloaures to the effect that the fabric of political events which began with the dynamite explosions at tbt bouse of parliament, the kelson column In 1 rafalgai square and the underground rarlway some yeart ago, and ended with the Parnell commission, wan the result of a deep laid conspiracy on the part of the British government to destroy Parnell and together Mr Davitt goei to the root of the matter in secret history of the great dynamite con- spiraej He shows that it was only after hirinfi_Qf James McDermott or "Red Jim" as he was nicknamed, that the dyua- mite camoaign really began He_says What He Will FttTabllBh e sh ill establish by indisputable evi- dence all the charges we now name- ly that one Tames McDermott, of Brook- lyn the djnamite plots in Cork aud in the year 1883 by the aid of IT nitf-j furn '-Vied Him hy tbR Rritish consul general in Now York ft" d the offi- cials in Dublin castle "ihat McDermott supplied dynamite to his dupes Jeatherstone Deasy and others, and then them to the police, using the djnamite m their possession as proof of Htf u gmlt- "I hat McDermott by his own confession and his signature admitted that he H ml uf aud a, party to dyna- mite outrage which occurred in London 'That 1 rench the head of the Irish con- stabular} deteetnes was involved with McDermott in the dynamite schemes in Ireland ihat McDermott was sent from New York to Montreal in 1883 with the knowl edge and consent of the British consul, to organize a dynamite plot iri that city Strong Davitt goes on to state that a female agent of tl e police isited Dublin in I' and offered money to different men in that cit> if would consent to engage in a plot to blow up the house of commons Ihe article continues e undertake to make good eacb and all of thi '-e charges on oath by witnesses _ or committee of investigation the home secretary may select for that purpose chajiies not and shirked I he ends of justice demand an ontigitioii Called Back by the Government. _ ThpHt in Ortohpr 1882, and McDermott as an employe of the Bntish consul general It describes how he and another sp> got into O'Dono- 9 R JP us office and stole all his papcro, which the; delivered to the consul, and tLf Bntifch authorities cabled that McDennr tt be sent to England. The nar breaks off with the arrnal of Mc- Dermott ut Liverpool, where he was met by an emissary of the Dublin castle secret service Arrested at the Altar. BEOOKUN Sept Pray, a young man well known in South Brook- lyn, who Ines at No 525 Fifth avenue, stood before the bar in the Butler street police court 5 esterday attired in his wed ding outfit Bv his side was Mary Ida Hilljer an attractive girl of 16 years who charged him with having deceived her un der a promise of marriage Pray was about to be married to an estimable young woman named Bungard on uesday nigEt, when Miss Hill} er interfered and caused Fray's arrest and he was locked up in the Fifth avenue pohee station on a warrant maned by Jubtice lighe The Opening of Yale. XETV ,Sept 25 The f resn men class that entered Yale college today is the largest m the institution's history The academie freshmen class has 250 mem bers and the scientific class numbers 160, making a total of 410 freshmen The open- ing "rush" between the sophomores and the incoming freshmen class took place last night and was won by the freshmen aftot a kmtl idoh" followed by the usual wrestling match bo tween representatives of both claw-as The honors were about equally divided. A large crowd was attracted to the scene, and the fun lasted over an hour Big Failure at Worcester ORCFSTEB, Mass Sept 35 H Jordan Go one of the oldest and largest coal firms in this city, have made an assignment, with liabilities and assets 000 The flriu did a business of over 000 000 a yem pieviuua iLw age of the interstate commerce law, bujfr since then bad collections brought about the as jgnraent Tho heaviest creditor IB said to be the Delavstue, Western railroad To Help Aspiring Playwright! NEW YORK, Sept 25 Dramatic De- velopment company has been incorporated bere by Mmund C fetanton, director Metropolitan Opera house, Wriltem F (J Shanks, of Ihe Tribune, Louis N Megar gee, manager of the American Literary association, and others, for the production of dramas before theatrical managers free of cost to the authors Pittsburgh New Dally. PITTSBURG, Sept 25 publication ol a new daily morning paper, to be called The Sun, will be commenced in Pittsburg early in October It will be an eight page seven column paper, to be sold at tw Mie journal writ be- Republic nn Its editor will be Mr C D Bnghnm, who has loug boon identified with Pittsbmg papers The Sonata" All Right Sept In the wise of Charles and other peddlers of the who had been ar rested on the charge of selling obscene lit- erature Pitsideut Judge Ihayerj-endjared an opinion MI which lie decided that the relutors had tommltted no offense, and therefore diiclmrgul them Smith :UH! ttodriey Will Fight. NEW 01 K Sept 23 match between the heavy vv( uht pugilists, Ed Smith, of Denver and Creorge Godfrey, Boston's col ored champion, was arranged yesterday, and will be dec'ded the first Monday in November at the Puritan club Long Island ity A purse of has boon offered When you have that tired feeling of PX haufltlon, and you have tittle ambition, you' blood Is thin and poor, there In nothing tha will enrich your blood, back life am aertlvlty like Hirea1 Root Boor. NEWS IN BRIEF aDdOBsed leleitrains Gathered fi MII url Ecuador and Nicaragua have their interest in the proposed in er contl nental railw i> Asa Dow t x president of tl t I it ago Board of Iiale is dead He in the ,ixt} seventh vear of his age Ihe oild s fair site at Chicat, is finally elected will be the lake front It ks n und Washington parks aud the Ml Iw u j Idis ance 1 he plais is a broa 1 HV 11 u 000 'eet wide an 1 about a mile loi nect ing the southeast coiner of the i n park with the not them half f I ks n trk Crow U} Smith proprit f the Hotel CarfcTon at Buffalo hi i le u general assignment to Ldwai i (Is worth The Russian prison depart m i t p MS to bubstitute deportation to s j, n md solitarj confinement" in place i r] oral punishment m the case of exiles in biberia a Delaware I intia and brakeman w is i 1 le 11 on the track nertr Nicli KJII 1 i Wilford i i sidini M i mon church has Issued an a i i t ilio public in w Inch he denies the i i HI ort that thf IPM Wi of chnr  000000 of which 000 is due dire tl> to the banks Sister Rose Gertrude who has n act ing as matron at the receivmG f j t il ft r lepers at ilunolula is to marrj i) I the leper specialist of Hawaii Gen B I1 Butler w ill make a ttct jt to break the vvUJ of the late M __ nuie A 1 Slew trt for his client, Ki! il Hi an alleired blood relation of btt t Lnited states revenue cutteis 1 mi ordered to take active i_ unst seal poachers in Behrmg oea Mrs llalford and M I uf Brouklvn commut 1 s n ide by taking poison Thomas 1 Collins an Vmen i r t n who, if report is true has beei ei in Manila on the Phibppim i i 1 fc i m missnu ant 1 liwvcr in Nevv ork believes that h s Uen murdered C llins is 1 H was boru in New tnd wn i tht Manila islands in isd His s t hi- treatment taken from an afli I 1 li was forwardeJ to tlie governiik i h r ities in 18X0 is tj the effect ti i w i- rvbwd nf mm 1 t I tm prisoned without din c thi i N IJeatl a In a Haul JsFW nt s rf William f a mechin 1 by the r Vnnb co discovered bed m m-it the Merchants hotel vesterdav I i u had been dead for two weeks t I t i the opinion of the i i ioung was i min ot tr t t i the chambermaid thr n t tli1 fact that she had been i na' ie t tu tl c room until i horn dc stem! c uvmu the chambtrmai I that s i etl nti wrong The djor was 1 roke m aud tl decomposed run mis of ung w t ie founc on the bed hat c 1 death is a present a "i t in., m lulled in a great spree occasionalh and it is though he may have taken pj At Odds Sugar. sept 3. is the onl) remaining point of d ffert nee in the tani bill The dutv on bmdiiu twine is stil opei but it is nerally under stood that the willlt fixed at 1 pe cent pel pound and accej led in this forn by both I he men bers of the con ferenee committee 1 it the idea of r bolt b} the Republic 111 set ators who advo cate free binding or anybody e They sa> that no Republican member o either house can afford t i ote against hi party with the object of killing the bill and that the talk of dt HO is mere bluff If there is real trouble it will beover sugar "The Belfast Fined BOSTON In the municipal court Ike eir thf Belfast wa: arraigned on chirks (f having evadet paying his earring fart find with mt, assaulted Thomas H Roberts PI show-ed no sitns of the encounter bu Roberts hid soim black marks or his face eir diseliarged on tin complaint of eva i arriage fare b' reason of a v arianet t w ui the allegation and the proof On th h of assiult ing Robeits he wa- I un 1 and flm 225aud costs He u IK tied and was belt m for trial in tl 1 u'lu r court American (_hoos6 O file en BRIDGEPOHT Conn N pt the an mul nwion of tin xi i nil council Ord Peculiar Pectilnr In combination, proportion, anj prcj u Uion of Ingredient" Hood 3 Sarsapv rnli possesses tlio cur itno v ilue of tho best Kiurtvn miie I rl'e "ie vafiQUklfl IJOOQ Slilngaom, Pf cultinn tti blrengMi oconomy, Hood's s irsip mil i Is Hie only in iholne of wlilch cnn In ly bo said One Hui dieil Doses One Dol [ir Peculiar lu its mi liuinl merits, Hood t Sarsapirilla acconil euros hitherto nn Hie title of The grc blood purifier ever discovered" Teculiir In iti "good nime M home, there is more of Hood's Sirsa- parilla sold In I will tliin of all other blood purifiers Pu i Inr In Its phenomenal of _ ._-. I ssies abroad eier so rapi llj nor hcl 1 so steadti tly tho confid nm of all cl isscs of people Peculiar in llio brain-work It represents, Hoods SirsaparllH coin bines all the kmmlidp" which modern research ln mei" ll seience has I O llSCIT developed, with many yearn pricncal eAperlenco In preparing medicines 1 c sine to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla BoldbyalldnigglatH J! sixfirW Preparedonly byC I HOOb   signatures of se the uiiH men have been ured the IKW a0reemeut will take effect O 1 In ft nus of the compact are th it n m 11 it shall sell any 54 s er for Jess than 3 5-lb cents itu I bli ill t ut ul production bj closing thf ir mills duiiiip hours in October The Jui y eed i i K I the suit of Re b it, 1 ilitv P hvm Longuecker it ut en ant t in in tnder if the L. uited States uav il tr num., it ion for 000 damages i i) i -.ji i flia plaintiff had I n I fi )m the the jury hs 1 iftei I tin., out over six hours Ihe) st d 7 t< in favor of defendant V hiM IiikeH Folnon NIWUK N J 11 Els nUv 1J v t iii 11 c f No 11 Prince street pu cl i L 1 I t i of arsenic ind In 1 Ir m Mix v 1 cti tu kill i ii-s-nht An 4iour litter i n in livnu in an Jther part of the i i-t htard the cl i! 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