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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               rent an VOL. IX. NO. rKKNTON, tllUKBUAY AFTERNOON, NOViLMBKB .0 18JJO. TWO ALL LOYAL TO PARNELL. Many Expressions of Confidence from His Followers. DILLON INDO'HIMrN StNTrMED They Must May Six MnutliH In Jail Wild Tlu Kfluni to Iiclund, but That Fact Them cry Little Norwich, Ciinn 000 ,0 At a private meeting of lust nienibeis of luit here }es tei-da) it rei-jived unanimousl) tore main loval in support of Mr Parnell lead erslup Great preparations ire being mad r freertrfm" now to ibjut hfforts are made b) the fritnds of Ireland to increase it Tin Irti.li legates' Greeting NFVV T P Gill, M P stjteil list n IK t that the Irish dele gates in ti is country had cabled to their colleagues m Iieland to the following effect Ihe) stand firmly by the leader ship of the man who has brought the Irish people through unparalleled difficulties and dangers from servitude aud despair to the very threshold of emancipation, with a courage aud success unequaled m Irish history And they do so not only out of gratitude for these unparalleled services in the past, but m the profound conviction that Parnell's statesmanship and match less qualities as a leader are msential to the safety of the Irish cause Mr Gill said I don't believe that Mr Gladstone will demand tbe retirement of Mr Parnell" As to the effect of the O'Sbea-Parnell on English and Irish public opinion, Mr Gill added "I think that over there the loatheaome character of Capt O'Shea and the true facts of the which were not brought out at the trial, are so well known that the impres Bion produced on public opinion is very different from what the cablegrams to this nde would indicate It Is well known that the same parties who were interested in getting up Ihe Times commission are at the back of this case, and the attacks of the Tory papers are exactly what the same papers would have written had Pigott sue in proving his forgerxw Buffalo Gives M.OOO BuifirALO N Y Nov 20 Mwwrs John Dillon and William O'Brien addressed an audience of 5 000 at Music hall last night and collected K 000 for the "fighting fund The speakeis did not at any time refer to either Parnell or their Clonmel sentences in connection with the Smith Barry estate riot, but confined their remarks strictly to the work m ipped out by them for their lecture tour In an interview, however, Mr O'Brien said "It makes no difference to us We sh ill do our duty here, jtay in this country as long as we intend to, aud go back just when we like irrespective of what has been done on the other side by police courts or what not We will go back about the time that the spring ses sion of parliament is called that's in t t'briiary, I think I believe that Parnell will still retain the leadership of the Irish parliamentary party Mr Dillon intimated that those were his sentiments, and Mr O'Brien went on to say thit he had complete confidence in Mr Parnell Norwich Raises NORWICH Conn, Nov O'Connor and Hairmgtoii, of the Irish en voyi addri cd a lan_, and -i.tl .-i-.il meeting h re Ust nuhl u n LS torted to tin hall Ij) the C it il LIUUS of the n and tin u n 1 1 1 it, ith flieworks thonsan I 1 HIM raised and Mr U l. ssi I l h nks to the ptople foi tliLii in ill lil not hisitrfie 10 saj thai N muh Huts fur wab tht b inutr tit) in the la id f t lit i ral It) and c l lull s) in path) evtelule I to Lbeae vis tois A BIG HARVESTER COMBINE The lilg Firm! of Coautry Merged lu One Cumpuny I PITTSIII Nov A spAul to the TlmiH Iroui Akron, O 1 be biKKesk ludustnal deal of the period NHS completed yesterday iu Illinois b) the incoipor uing of the American coinpui) All the mower and reaper interests in the country were merged in one K'- mtic cor poratlon, with a capltaUtock o( UOO 000 'I he following are the concerns interested McCormtck Harvester Machine company William Deerlug Co both of Chicago Plaoo company of Rock j fuid Ills, Minneapolis Harvester worfca, Milwaukee Harvester company George Esterlej Co of Whitewater is Amos Whltely Co Springfield O the 4.ult mau Miller Barnes Co Empire Mower and Heipcr com pan) Akron, O, the r A Wood Mower and Keaper conipau) Ho ibK tails I N Y C Aultmau La L inton O I JohtiBtoHU Harvester tonipan) liitavia, N Y D S Morgan S. Co Biockport, N 'i Platt C n M innf ictunng compau) Worcebter Miss beiberhng Miller Co Doylestow u 0 Hoover Gamble, O In the new concern Cyrus H McCormick, of Chicago will be piesulent and there will he a board of seven among them Col A L Conger and Lewis Miller, of Akron E K Butler Cjrus McCormick and illiam Deenng of Chicago and VNood, of Hot sic rail- Y Ihe new company Is not a tiust but each concern will lose its identity in the oue corporation which is to be known as the American Harvester compari) lo Col I'OWOLII Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powtUr. High rti.l.gtli, U Btpoil, Avfbit 17, plan to successful completion PRAISE FOR SENATOR BLAIR The National W C T U Applauds Hli Work lu Congress ATLANTA Oa, Nov The delegates to the omen's Christian temperance Union convention spent the dri) at Indian Springs where It H proposed to establish an inebriate asylum under the auspices of the National s Chrif-tian lemper ance union A sight and nucleus of the fund is offered b) Indian Springs It is claimed that the waters are fimous and furnish a sure c ure for the whisk) habit One resolution passed b> the convention declared that the National omen s Chi is tian lemperance union has never planned or purposed to organize a new church nor has our president ever adv iseil us to under take any such work of supererogation Another is a hearty indorsement of lion Henry Blair for his heroic champion ship of a national prohibitory amendment, a national amendment for equal suffrage and his educational bill that ifi tl e n ter est of these and other measures m his charge we will pra} for hm re elcuion to the seuate of the United Siatts Copies1 of this will be sent to the New Hampshire legislature The Non-Partltan W. C T U Meets PlTTSBuKG Nov Ihe first com en tion of the Non Partisan Nation il an's Christian lemperance union H m session in the North Avenue Methodist Episcopal church Alleghen) City About 100 delegates are present repiesenting twentj five states in which the ortaniza tion is established The co vention w ts called to order by Mrs Lllen J of Cleveland, 0 president of the national union Mrs J Ellen I ostei and Mrs Mattie Bailey addressed the convention briefly THEY FOUGHT FOR BOGRAN Several Americans Killed or Wounded in the Honduras Innurrectiou NEW ORLEANS Nov The limes Dem ociat leguugalpa (Honduras) special sajs Ihe insurrection here recently lesalted in serious oss to the American Col Alden H Baker, of Orleans being killed and Henry feunth, of G-eorgia, wounded Some weeks ago the Americana in Honduras about 360 in number, signed a paper agreeing to support President Bogran In case a revolution should occur When the trouble fiuallv did break out the Americans rallied to his bringing with them their Winchesters On the 13th the troops of the president re captured the palace after stubborn hght- mg, in which the Americans bore a con spicuous part On the 14th Fort Leona was stormed 1 he arsenals and barracks were carried by assault on the 15th Sanchez escaped from the but w as pursued captured and shot, thus ending a brief and bloody revolution The president has acknowl edged m a general older his thauks to the American volunteers for their powerful assistance A Baby That Weighs a Pound. FREDERICK, Md Nov 80 baby be- lieved to be the smallest m the country is daily attracting hundreds of visitors to the home of Mr and Mrs iheobold M Don aldson At its birth the baby neighed scarcely a pound, and now, at the age of 4 months its weight is only four pounds It is perfectly formed m every paiticular, and the physicians say It will live if given proper care Mr and Mrs Donaldson are both healthy and robust and have fou( other well developed children Already the cunosity seeker and the dime museum representative are making life miserable for the Donaldsons by their overtures A Passengei Agent Killed DEIKOIT, Mich Nov 20 ilh un Rob inson, Michigan passenger agi nt of the Grand Iruuk railroad while attempting to board a moving tram at Lancer, Mich missed his footing and fell under the wheels and died from his injuries Mr Robinson had been in the employ of the Grand Irunk railway for of twen- ty jears rising from telegraph opei itor to the responsible position of pas aenger agent of the brand Irunk system He leaves a widow and four childieu Bonilielirn Cane Settled CHICAGO Nov 20 Poiice Inspector Bonifield, who began tvvosuttsng unst Ihe Chicago Times two years ago, claiming for defamation of thnracier has withdrawn the suits from the vupcnor court for a consideration of SOU which Ihe Times paid him in settlement of his claim Wife Murder and Suicide. CIIICAOO Nov 20 -A German named Fooka who worked us a carpenter in the Pullman shops, shot and killed his wife and put a bullet through his own head Fooka and his wife drank hiavil) and wire to fnquent As cough remedy Hires' Cough Cure IH perhtps, tbe best medicine that pilencehHfl ev-r dlicovererf It cuts the phlegm and mocuR, relieves the lungfl and chest, breaks up cold as nothing elie will do BMt Derby In the cfty. the VICTORIA WEDS ADOLPH. The Bnde Is a Sister of Emperor Wilttaiu AMYSItKIOlS HlKDHt IN PUUS Itu cut K i tin r Chief of Police Killed bj I U i.eil Bullet from th. I'litol o) u 1 olUh Uef Die Sup- 1 to lit in Custody Huns N 20 Vnother rjjal ro- rmtritL I 1-1 beui addtd tu hision and as usu il om (f the parties had auotlier itt ichmr nt tliat liopth ss Ihe wuhlmy of the Prmcevs ictoi la sister ol llit (jttrni in emptror, uud Piiuc" Vdolf, oi Lippe ctlebi ileil yi st afU i noon lu the routl chapel Tht einpeiur is pnsent also the empress and i the mother Ihe c of Clar 1 ence and the Bnttsb I rojul f iimlj 1 he crown prmu mid Pnn CCSH of (jiet ce DuLt Guuther of Schlewig brother of the empress us othei uotabil t ti fiom all parts of beiinan} and f 17 Pierce wa.s f i 1 at e I ti in this city where he an 1 tlie girl wirei is husband and wife He was t iki i ivtrl) aud tried on the chaige and a qu tied During the few that Pierce was conhnid in jail at pin ling elimination, the g rl w is con stai th bv his i le and both she nid hei tmrf-lit-r-mmle-i ffnn I nmediatel) after being releised Pierce hastened icross the line into P nnsvlvama aid the girl to follow him but Itl fi 1 r in eifired and after t lively tn U assistance of a p licemm, It 1 in getting his daughter home II i r1 thin professed -greit (inn nee u 1 i i 1 tl nt she would have i i lung in r t ill with Pierce icmined ijii I) u home for about a week when da) sbt uly dlsappea-cd about tlie same I line Pierce also dhmppe ired from Ins IK me in Nothing tin ther was heard from ther until vesterdav when Harrv Br nk of Vthens whit hunting in the woo Is f ill then dill lies Iving side bv s IP teh with a Imliil hole through th teiuj le Ihiv were locked in each otliu s amis with a revolver on the id be tween them It is siid that after his disch irgc Irom cu-t dv Pierce endeivored to t vv i lent ml induced the lufatu ited girl to die with him President Batterson Is rlnu CriNrr i D N H 4) -'Ion J G Battirii   Cost Last Year VsiiiN i N Nov Gen enl 'iieiv irt in his report to Secretarv haiv states that it tost to maintain the IAVV t-t v e ir JJ'JjKioOO The a nount ixpemlc 1 ilumu tlie veir at shore stations for supplies vvas for labor 5-4 47 Jl for construe i m and repair of ships mnnttnince of vards dry docks n 1 buildings machinery plant etc 121 sj in a total expenditure of ?-1151 Ihe tost of ships m com mis i HI in the nav) during the past veai ixcliisivr of medicine was 4J Ihe plus ie naming on hand on June O it-hoi stttions in valu jluSl'i 47 Last I'nrrhasp of Vovember Silver Nov JJ amount of liver cfferi d the treasur) department teidav w is unces and the imounl purchased w is (HOOD runces at prices ran.inu fr t i 1825 The treas ur) depirtmtnt li n niji-purchased during the itirrtut inr nth hi full amount of sil ver vuthoii7i 1 no further offers forth? sile of s hu ill be considered n til Mondiv Dec 1 The gradual de lim in sihn is w it n 1 nt the treasury lt-1 aitrai nt with s i le At the time 'v II i s i _'ess si her was I1- I I s t i il 1 le I west i t ivt lea li I sihir was in when It w i II i A Illi; Natural Hi STIM i N INi N v f) -Dispattlies reieivid here from Newton Hamilton Mitflln lountv fourteen miles- east of this pi ict state tl at a lnrne fl of natural gas has bun struck by the drilltrs in the new artesnn well on the gr mn U of tin Iiinl it i illtv amp assonant r at ih it point The well Is BOO feet diep and the nai tomes out with inch force i- to tbrow the water thirty feu (jreat excitement prevails in the vlcmit) Peculiar to an Actress Pa .Nov 30-Venice Malm a bin lesque actress with the May Uav eu port company stepped on the register of a heatei flue at the Carboudale Academy of Music last night aud in an instant she shot through the flue toward the blai furnace lu the cellar a bend in the flue 'he pipe, broke and she fell Into a millinery shop ladlycui and brmsetl Ihe luckj breaking of the flue saved the actress from probabl) a fatal accident Postofflce Thieves Arrested Nov 30 Postofflce Inspector Rathbone has received a tele gram from his assistant Tenn stating that he had arrested Henn C Merntt superintendent of the registers mall division of Memphis postoftue o the charge of embezzling a v ilunble letter Merntt, when arrested made a full con fession and was held in default of K OOC bail Mr Rathbone also received a dls patch from Philadelphia announcing the arrest of rrank U ooley a letter carne in the Philadelphia postofhce, for embezz ling ordinary letter mail Gave Up All HU Property CHIPPFWA FALLS Wis Nov X ty Treasurer Sever Serle) has turned ovei the keys of his office to A J McGihary whom he appointed special deputv A the recent meeting of the county board Mr Serle) was found to be short in his ac counts from 000 to {10 000, but it was tile community was startled to learn that Mr Serley had transferred all his real and per sonal property to his bondsmen and hat given up the office Dr Hamilton Sued for Damages WASHINGTON, X has been en tered against Dr A Hamilton a wel known physician and scientist t> recover (20 000 damages for causing the arrest am imprisonment of Annie Rowland his housekeeper, on a charge of stealing The grand jury ignored the charge Lady Rosebery Dead LONDON, Nov Rosebery wife of Lord Rosebery the well known Libera statesman died Nov 18 in Paris Lad) Rosebery has been ill foi some time was the only daughter of the late Baron de Rothschild aud vvas married to Lord Rosebery March 20, 1878 If the most ancient and moat general of diieases Scarcely a family enUrely from It, while thouiands eveiywhere Flood 3 Barsapartlla bad remarkable lucoess In curing every foiin ol scrofula The most severe and painful running sores, nwolllnga tn the neck 01 goitre, humor In tlie eyes, causing partlnl or total blindness yli Id to powerful of this medicine The Worst Type. "My son was afflicted wlili the wont Ijjn of sorofula, and on the recommendation of my druggist I gave lilm Hood's SarsaparllU. Today he Is sound ami we II notwlth.it Hiding It was Bald there was not enough Illinois to effeot cure J CHKIBTIAK, UL Be lure to gel Hood s nlxforfl I HOOD 4 (I) AI tic Lovell M.-- IOO Doses One Dollar The lament varletv of HUPKRFINF TRFAM CHOCOLATES guRrnnlwil to be the flnent made In the U H will be found at ANGKI.O CAMKKA'S Fine Confectionery Store, aoe eoo O.-H. EEC A 13 TRRNTON N J Fancy Ice I ream, Soda Water, loe Cream Bodan, Milk Shaken, Lemonade An, alwayn on hand, and the best Ibat can be hM and made Thavo are (nets Prlooa rioth the method and -when v i up of 13 taken, it la pleasant ind lefreslimg to the taste, and act- cutlj }etpiomptly oil the Kidneys Liver and Bowels, cl( uiso the tern di-pds cold-, head ihes aud and cmrg luhitual constipation Sjrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to tlie tneto and at ccpUhle to tlie stomach, piompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the healthy and agreeable substances, if many excellent qualities commend it to all and haye made it the most popular remed> known. fe} nip of I ips is for sale in BOc and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist TV ho may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly fir any one wishes to try it Do not accept substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG CO. 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