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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               IX. NO. 9170, rKBflTON, MONDAY AKTKKNOON, NOVrfMBKK 17, 1890. TWO A LEADER'S DEATH BLOW O'Shea's Divorce Suit Political Paralysis for Parnell NO DHINM I> 10 HI OttfcKLD. It SlHl 11 PiiWK I ill In I HlH M unit I, lu it ail 1 lilt Ilicll Ulll Ili-tlre tram vin nt Mr Dillon, but mil Sitiinlily Senna Hi pint 1 I I i c! n f U pic of ills 1 tit il ciiLlt.3 IH the O null u mark tblc Ueuoue i nil il htht.1 ig that, Mr Par i hum at me public life for Ml JI1 CUSB1 11 1 p 1'tirut.U i- uietit 1 In Del! mn a Hint aL It and Mr Dillon will take tht U of tin Irish parlia nuniaij party Mi Gladstone, it IM alleged, would prtler Lo deal v, ith some oat as leader of the H o m e Killers whose iate character is not a stibjttt unhnorttble pub- lit and it is also declared that the Irish t itliohcpr icstf) will iltmaud that tin leader of their pt pie bhall be a morally clean There will I M 11 in bably be no for any controltrsj this po ut us Mi Parnell has himself taken the initu M auordinji to tru-tworthy toHind t flatting the suggested i f liaili N -.in ill si i sit mi caused the- i p In the ami uiiumeut that M s O a would takt no part iu tbe i, i 11 L. i- PiirneU, tb? t n M t apl "r al- tt" Cap! tiled a petition f ir divorce Die w u Mr Parnell put in a sum! 1 mil O MIPI more She nml tiiittr c hargts, and inpiud that he 1 I loniilM-d for M adultn I In 01 to t w ith then pi Kilm mill uu ingoti itn n i L BUltul 111 til I I brattd Kihll MM ham tu in which Purnellai il and his fellow c UT 0 SHFA prisoners wi IP rittil and promised to give a in ,1 ,rt to tli Libf ral par- ty At th n time, and for long afterward 0 Shea w is on the most tuntiikntial terms with Parni-11 to the disgust of Paruellars who dlbtrusted him lira tspeitillv followed him up with an cjcrefd n MI up stick, and al though Pirntll ed on returning him to the house of commons a feecoud time he did not long reiiuui th  suit }our nip-nte on Saturday ing tlie IGlh inst' 1 lease let tue know by 1 p TH toda> w liethir Ui expect you on that day so that 1 may be able to inform >ou as to the sign of the inn at which I shall Bta> I wait your answer order to lose no time in arranging for a friend to accompany me He recened no answer, but Mrs Steele, who saw Parnell, assured him his suspi- cions weie groundless According to Par- Hell's storj Mrs 0 Shea assured him there was nothing wrong, and there was a recon- ciliation Witness testified to numerous occasions when Parnell visited his wife under the name of Charles Stewart" and duting seM.ru! years following Witness was not thin much with his wife On April 29, 1887 he wrote to Paruell that It had come to his knowledge that he con tinned to communicate with Mrs O'Shea, and he now asked him to discontinue it lie CnnhUlte I HU Solicitor! In Jtme 1887 he had reason to believe that Mrs O bhea had broken off communi cation with Mr Parnell until a paragraph appeared in 1 he Times stating that Par nell was hvmgat Brockley-aiHlerthe name- of Preston In September, 188Q he saw more paragraphs in the newspapers tr reference to Parnell and he then consulted his solicitors He knew of hiswifelmng at a house in Brighton In the end of 1880 and he went dowu there and staid at a hotel. He only saw Mrs O Shea at the theatre On that occasion, Dec 20, he received information that led him to suspect that Pal nell was Hung in the house and lie therefore instructed his so Absolutely Pure. licitors anu a petition v> is lilt 1 Mr U dtuieil th it lit had t nirmt ted adulterj with Mrs Stttk IIN sist-i n law as ch hii It was not true, and he had r in ttd f it n til he saw it in the pie uhnjis In Mis and Mrs Stedt- ou UJL must affectionate terms but aftuwat 1 thuc was ill feeling bUttuu them tu a probate suit the UlsttLTfe 1 his t IH an cut the w ill I i h U 1 sister of bir Ki (1> n bhe (lit 1 i une tune She a waving sou! in 1 held fXK) it her banket s bhi lift moiity to t) Iheieare sonie ru mors ufl it about undue infhu n t II t se may be groun lleas but theif IHI--L'- to be a st It beeu bill i tli it u i til was a lines') to tiie will What One Strvunt She SUM Caut O bhpR was foil w 1 U liar t5un wno was m btruce whcie Mrs O bhea lived at Brighton She ILC< Paruell hj his ipti as a inauwiio O She i He staid long when he came and when he came every body but Mrt U bhea went out He frequently wtaid until 11 at night He slept in the home Due uight she went to Mrs O Miea'w bedroom to sneak to her and heard P u nell s voice Ihe door was locked and she saw them come out in three quarters of ati hoar He at Culled "Charles Steuart CarolIUP Pethers the cook at Medina terrace, said that Paniell Mrs 0 Shea as Charles Stewart lit came to lie house by the back way and i a cloth ao pullui 01 er his He to U shea about ut in tlie ay ben uot driving they were locked n a room together, fcometimes for hours ever she had a mebsa0< to Mrs would wait outside he door Ine or ten minutes Mrs U would then couie to the door and open it .n inch or two Some Suaptetouj Incidents Capt 0 bhea once called wh rmg down hm orders as to breakfast Paroell tu HU tolJowers DUBLIN, Xov 17 m a letter dated ou baturday and written to The man'b Journal reminds hi% followers of the importance of being in parliament on the opening day He savs it is uuques- lonable that the corning will be one of ccmbat from first to last and that JTeat issues depend upon its course CHEERS FOR CLEVELAND Che People Were tutluiHlaHUc A.U Along tbe Way. Nov Springer of Illinois who nominated Mr Cleveland in a speech attheThurman ban- quet, and who came east with the c presi dent in Senator elect Brice's private car, aas reached W aghington He described to a reporter uit i terestmg detail the ionfc wh rl Cleveland received at statu i ire the tram stopped Men, women am children thronged to t him and hailed him as the next presi- dent of the tnited States I mail} Mr. Cleveland commeuted on the heartiness of :he demonstrations "I would prefer to continue in Mr bpnuger quotas him as "with complete control of my own time, but if the} want me I shall be willing to accept Mr Springer goes further and regards Mr Cleveland's nomination a-s a certainty "Hewill be nominated, 'said Mr Springer, "no matter whether wants it or not He can carr) Illinois, Indiana Mich Iowa, Nebr iska, and come near carrj inii Kansas and Minnesota Ihe whole northwest is with us on the tariff reform idea and has come to staj Took HU Wife and His Cash. ICHITA, Kan NOT 17 Hanlon, who has'chartfe of the schools at Arkalon, ten miles west of here, and Mis John Weitzel, the w ife of an agent for a money loaning company, eloped The husband of the missing woman returned yesterday morning after a week's absence He dis covered that his residence had been broken into during tbe night his valuables stolen and that his oflice had also been visited by burglars The safe was blown open and robbed of about 000 in cash and notes for Tlie Tour of the "N Uion ilists MAf.CHESTER, H, ]Sov O'Brien and Sullivan, tbe Irish were guen a great reception m this citv yesterday Mayor Varney presidtd at the afternoon meeting in Smytlie hall, and O'Brien and Sullivan made stirring speeches Mechanics hnll was packed ai the evening reception 3 000 persons being present GovernorGodell presided Messrs O'Bnen and Sullivan told the story of Ire land's sufferings, and carried the audience completely with them The Blacking Exploded. ROCHESTER, N Y Nov 17 Kate servant in tlie employ of El- M Welles, at Addison while a state on Saturday afternoon with a liquid black inp, held the blacking too near the fire wheu it became heated and exploded, the burning fluid clothing unc setting it on flre She ran into the jard with her clothing all burning and was ao erely burned that she died at 4 30 o clock Suodaj morning Took a Mixed Dose of Poison CHI-STON Ta Nov ove a weelraku Di P Cfty la came to Creston inul advertised t< begin a course of lectures b iturduy nighl on phrenology Not responding to (he cal for breakfast his room was enU n d ind he was found unconscious, having t ikeu mor pbine, belladouua nux vouu ca tnfl otlie poisons Physicians pronounce his casi hopeless The Maid Innocent NKW YORK Nov 17-Mis Arthur F Bateman on Wednesdaj last misstd a dia mond brooch alued at 000 and had he maid, Louise Lachat, arrested on suspicion Sunday the brooch vvashuud m Mrs Hate man's house on Fifth avenue behind curtain Ihe lady expnsses htrsdf aa very much pleased to leiiru tliat the mau was innocent Aeaoongb remedy Hirea' Cough Cure IB perbtps, the best medicine that science ha ever It cntfl the phlegm an< WE CAN BUILD BIG GUNS. And Secretary Proctor Says They Shoot Accurately. Bl I Hit A cresm of powder. High Mt of In XT. 8. Bcpui, A HE HUINED FIHM llrokt VI In till th I) of o 1, It kuuKl at No i t been I M i U il i 1 tin maous, relieves the lattKiftnd chest, break np cold as nothing else will do Best Derby in tbe city. DckVm. the 1 Iu the Opinion of the becietury of ai the N uloual Guard IH a In- stitution iuul Should Ufteivw More Lib eral I- n< out t roui t m le Sam U I s 17 Ihe anr ual re- pori of it.' rv jf ar He Ifie Id Proctor u absent to I ht preside lit to laj bicretary Piot (ur i little to IL ir from iu and irt flee from the mctssity of larLe armii-, or oi fort ay mist Idiid attacks Ju it-gurd to our toa-t dtft-iise he But out coast line IM peculiarlj exposed tu in at tack fiom the sea bo lonf  dispersed guns Modern m r-enttons in the use of electricity, high ex m rifled mortars result- ed in of the eornp irative re istnig of laud fortinc Uions aa gainst a force They cannot be ttow-ir-'Hp' Vy tij irtnuite :ical fne They c in support any weight of armament and can protect themsehes by am weight of earth or stone or iron tor accurite aim the> ttie solid earth for a foundation Ihej also have the aid of our own navy, of torpedoe4- and subrnarme mines and other accessory means of defense When our pnncipil cities our harbors and our navy  are m ide will doubtless be mounted iu luirt i Ihe Vttional Guuitl Ihe seer I irj docs not t bin k tin (ities on the great lakes need any elaborate of laud delfnses Desertions are on the deuttisc m the army owing to improve mentsui legislation The secretary reci mimnds the tliree- battalion foi matiou for mtanti j I ouching tbe national Secretnrj Pitt tor Being impressed with the importance of ttn effective militia as a factor in military orgamza tion the department hag endeavored by Its co operation to encourage and aid the national gu ird so far as possible under ex isting law Olhcers have been detailed to USSlbt in__Lln ir detfteh- ments of regular troops have been ordeied to participate In some of the laiger state encampments Lndcr the psetont law there is annually appropnated tor tbe liepefit of the miliCia vl i t ho in 1 vidua! itaU'4 appro pnate in over ftnd in main he militia leeeivi. also a i i (rum local aiul private sources 1 lit artilj commend ry in telligent eflort to increase the efficiency of the nation il guard nnd to bi ing them inlociosii rtliitions will) tin war depart- ment mid liope tluit me isuies to tliat end may iett e table consideration of congress One o( the most useful dlrec tioiiR which r in be given to tlie drill and training ol the militia of the seniumid states is in connect ion with coast defi uses In that partu ultii training the geiirr tl government must do more than co operate it nMist take the Initiative A Sprinting Record Con U ish Nov 17 a foot race M of this city rivn 125 yards In 11% wconds, breaking the world's record. IK Ii mud I u tl t b at No 1 havt I t t 1 i n i MII! tti ju f U) Mb it II i i juiilui ml i i ut tlie. In in t ti I i 1 mill iu d f i a MX an 1 vveu il --c it M i i t uli-nr on u n 1 n bv i n h M th i 1 i it tb< Mm t u fes- II lit t< I I un i H i oui t j U Mini i- HIM) in c 1 t iti wl be sud vv i-, i 1 t ss s in 11 e u u Id Jn 1 i n ht ud t it i ir MX u i u f m ban 1 yw i n _, to i i s on his ovv n a ii was to Im i t ith r 7 H n tn oi piefeiredst   en i 1 1 di vw out '10 pei 11 nt of the fne ij utnt value of tl e slotKS i he in i i w 1 I or row the money by plat ing tit et i HL itt- in the various lo in th v. iuelj ft PV IP i n etc 1 C ishier noticed a I Tit i rt_u larity about i TeTtifknte Hi i nl bid turn d u'.'-r to the firm 11 i n ittd making s ne inquiries, he s i b line coin iiKed that the cei till it I id I n raised He ncti'ied Mr Mill- HI 1 Mr K beson who sent for Mr i ith md asked him to fen nth HI onct br >k( di w n and made a full f nfi -1- on Ht w is allowed to go home f ti 1 m i in the euniru w u rented there 1 oi t ol t  M i i M S 7 si_i'i f i i i nit n i i i r t tin 1 f i (iv in Ht i, i i a 1 Ii it be pr -si i tit i-riU ti tt I I mi t h I me mil re f r use itur 000 and th it in tin pun ti, it th iMh f not d sc 1 long i to all mi c rnt I J he firm i itt d tv in 1 ilham A. V i apj )inU 1 _ II n iN The} Cne 1 VH i. in is IT V night J i) liuniLmll who k i '-tore lure ento I his betlfoom u if n i of his store closi up i f 1 br u of it t r-> MI thf hi i 1 ol t dt termini I IIH ri H in K uj tl 1 1 iinil M u as tin n coin pel It 1 t Hart ifur which he w is b u e, Mr Immbull lajinih tiou fui ilj i in liQiir when Di Ian who h 100 ns m the stoit and rele ised hin> 1 lie ir- mean t in c h i i t ikt u t rs th r n ii the feafe a i 1 dt t d bj a b i 1 i Mi I rum bull Ii is chaise of then i i It i depaitment of thy exj rtss c nj t-f t'-urer and i nl f ril MIII s at deport lor other irties besidt 1 owi cash, making in f M 01 more Iht i bbers were 1 and no clew has so fat beeu discovered as to their identity A Kail in with Sli u V is-, Fruik Lap haul, aged H of (.tMut was shot and in atautlj killuj at that t 1 ice bj Row I mi Burrows aged -1 It M nis that Burrow has recenth come into j '-se sionofashot gun with which lie 1 1 I ly a nearh thing ht saw "1 lie on his d ill trips FI of milk hile at Cotui Bunow went into a bun w here Lapham w as husking r-c i n and dtliberateh point ing the i1 i d[ h un s head fired Ih shoot uu i- el tune 1 to h iv e been accidental Buriuws i m r jet IJLUI u rested Pit-tM I uu i Mixtro >larrled CHK t IM Jierald sajs MiKs I i ira joie ho I s the part o Libia tit pi n I r incis ilson Men M i u ell vs ix in in led iesterd i at Uisltoi Lheiiev i i It nee to E L N ithan Binder of D P snvder, pres cUnt of the bank, c Mrs M J i contract wit tli it ihc must lui four wet Ks n tut bt f >ie h u nig She w il therefoit s{ i with the tioupe for tlm length of tnnt and then ictire to prn at lue iu aM'niigion Mix Itirdi ill Is Woe n-i K h Out N ha> almo-4 t ntirth n L H nuu n that Hiuhull both ua-, i to his friends oi re! itn i liev d that Mis lin h i 1 remains as stnm as ti e t Mr-> Hirdi ill is i link find is soon us her e n la i foi 1 ngl md Ihej Think O MM Joui-r, Ills l O builiv in r H'I d is IH i i h f r thf i i il i Uer IT he tow 11 tl itb noim i ti illj itgrette L Ii in ltd ove n 1 it is still bt i U be given tl. i i ment is over stronger todav n re i dt i s ti av t Mi i est June i nit d lie bilu f tha pi -i i ler h i I In re ison ab lino I-L O Su Is till most ancient and most general of ftfl dlieuei ScaKely a family Is entirely from It, while thousands everywhere are Iti Hood s Sirsaparilla success In curing every foiui scrofula The moit and painful ruTinlng Bores, Rollings In the neck 01 foltre, humor In the ojes causing partiM or total bUndneai yield to powirlttl at this medicine ine Worst Tjpe. "My son was afflicted with the wont of iorofula, and on the r  tenaii church of Brook jn N lo succeed the Rev Dr Cuyler To Dei Hop an Old Mine. MOINT (AIMF-L, Pa, Nov 17 ivork of pumping the water from Che Coal T} has been completed -fhe ago The levelopment of the mine ill employ ment to several hundred men Hoxes of Opium Seized. 17 Twenty five s of opium wt te stiztd ou board of the iteamer B rtht which icceiitl> arrived run PtU'l si uinl b> Lieut liuiham of he revenue M rv ice lice Coiitttl Mornemanu Drowned. C Xov 17 body Of Uorutuiinn DMI! of the Netherlands who uiv-teruuisl) disappearec last Fndav was picked up ID the river near this citj todav An hditor Ubeled Another. Ind Nov 17 -C G Conn, editor of 1 1 t I 1kb irt Dailj Truth has se- cured judgment for agnust L D Fuller of Ihe Sentinel for libelous pub- ic'Uu n-t Both the method and results when i p of Figs is taken; it is pleasa'i ml H freshing to tlie nnd acta Antl) jet piomptly on the Kulnejs, Luor and Bowels, the sjs- tcra efFtitually, head ilics and and cuiis habitua nnstipatiou. iSjrnp of Figs is the uih remedy of its kmd ever pro 'luted, pleasing to the taste and ac cjitilile to the stomach, prompt in Us action and tmly beneficial in its (In ts, prepared from the mos healthy and agreeahle substances, its iinny excellent qualities commend il to all and have made it the rnosi popular remedy known. bj rup of I igs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist wh may not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly fur any one who to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SM FRAKCISCO CAi, KY YLRK, N Y special Nf'tico, The ladies will fand at Wallis all the late arrivals m Woolen Yarna, among which we highl; recommend the following famous favorite brands Best imported German Knitting Yarn, in al! colors; best Spaniat Yarn, in all colors; best Saxon Wool, all colors; Knitting Wors ted, all colors, imported Zephy aud Zephyr German town "01% in very best quality. Likewise call attention to our grand, super! stock of Fall and Winter Under wear, Childrens' Outfits, Ohil drens' Cloaks, Coats and TTati and Caps for the Fall wear Very latest handsome styles, war ranted made ot the best material and superior workmanship. Fal Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Corsets, fin: Muslin Underwear, AI new goods. Fine Umbrellas, in endlea variety. One lot fine Gloria Urn brellas, which sell at we are now selling at cost; yes, trul; cost, only 98c. Call and be convinced. 'x- OPPOBU'X UUY UNLIKE TEA COFFEE-GOOD FOR THE NERVES. The claims of cocoa as a useful article of diet arc steadily winning recognition I'niikt tea and coffee it ib nnt only a stimulant but a nounshcr, ami it has the great advantage of leaving no narcotic effects Hence it is adapted t j general use strong ma> take it with pleasure, and the weak with impunity. "BEST GOES FARTHEST." HouitN'8 OOCOA( on a (n, I ,1 ..y, u.ed nomjiro.. fifects on tbt syflteMl It Ifl no wonjer ther f >re that ID til of tha w rid tils tnrmtor1! f >c a id recommended by medlnil ra< n Instead of tea aad cuffrti eacouiarchucalittolor dully Die by children or adulti, hule und .Ick.rlck ule in tha world ul Houisi ll i 11 i i i i 15 EAST STATE STREET. 3TY1.H! DHIItMYS. SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, YOIIMAN'-S .HATS A The stotk ni.ikea our Stores hi'iulquarters in riuliulelplna for Wiutu ONtri-oats Cant iniagint a. Man or JJO} who cannot gut the right Gout at the riijht puce in this great .md no mattir you [uij ntat- utss, comfort aud good set KU A. C. YAHS GO. 6th Chestnut. 13th Chestnut. (Ledger Building) (Yew Store MEN'S SUITS A good suit for I A better suit from to 20 AND OVERCOATS A fine suit from to 24 Dress Overcoats, (llsterb and Cape FOR DRESS and BUSINESS. J Overcoats fiom ?S to 25 IN" i- IT Prices range on these goods from to A nice suit for A Good Overcoat for 50 tmer grades in proportion Beautifully made and trimmed We have laid in a ver) line of these garments from to Dont miss seeing them Stocked full of all the nov tides tor Suits, Overcoats and Troupers A perfect, styhih fit. C YOUTHS' SUITS, CAPE OVERCOATS AND STORM COATS. CHILDREN'S SUITS AND NOBBY OVERCOATS from 3 years old. SMOKING JACKETS and LOUNGING COATS.. CUSTOM HH-PAKTMKNT. Sinclair, Vannoot Co., Clothing Manufacturers. 39 Kast State Street. YOST No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment. E. Challenger Co., QKSERAL AQBST9, NO 1407 CHESTNUT STREET, Pa. BEND FOB CATALOQUK MACHXNK IIAI3 JULs MAN Bought Mil of thl AMFRTOAN CLOTHING AND TAILORING 00., mmld not h.v. how mach tbt wimd whiitltd th.ongh hu tuli. Wl ui cloUit g thl KM, with t BL8T TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING At mnck 1- pricn. Oar 8AMPI.R OVJSKOOAT8 for fUM worth fla, 113 (14, 8AMPLR SUI'lH 118, (13 H foi Ohiidrie'l RUM Snito Md Orfctrti. OLOl'HINQ MADE TO ORDEK, 11 bftt it. .kt d il with, nd otrat right M tl c J A Ts5 no. 5J PRINT AND PROSPER I i i i r i r f OF jtVIRY DONE AT SHORT NOTtCI, INJ-IPST -CLASS STYLE, AT REASONABLE PRICES i i i i i i i i i t i i i i i j i ,nlNT ft, i Ii liiMJil   

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