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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey Qfrenion VOL. IX. NO. 2100. TKKNTON, SAlUtiDAY AFTtfRNCXXN, NOVWMBKK 29, 1890. PARNELL SPK He Hurls Proud Defiance at His Libeinl Foes. THE O'SHEA OASE NOT IN IT. He Sujs II H Leadership Does Not Imptriu! the A Kinging Muntfeato Jmm the Famoui Son of 1-iiii to the People of Ireland. He SUJM In l.rtert Thut Libeial Aid lu tlie Mature of a Anyway, and That HU oustitueiits Will Do Bet- ter to Ihrow Oladiftone and His Fol- lowers Overboard Thau the Man Who HUH Built Up the Parlia- mentary Parly and Given Irelnntl All the Shoxt Homo Uule She Ever LOMXIN C harles Stewart Par nell has bp >ken at last and his words are wortK of (U lunce His manifesto ad drebHtd to his tonitUuents is aa follows III Pariifil'B 'VlaiHf.nto. To THL. lui ii I LOI 13- Tht Integrity and peutlei c ou, ar d hav Riven jou tliH UuGwltdtfn which is m my poe- Bes ion U) aM i jur ju iffment upon a which H nott U v solely upon y u to decide The 1. Ctcr nf mlr Uiodstone to Mr Mjrley wnt- for the i nip s U agn h a e u i cf-roed hax been solely in my povsewjK u arm w hich will enable ou to un the me-Lsun of the IORS with which you are thrt atened unless consent to throw me to the r nglu-li wolves now howling for my de- Btiuctmn Conftrenre with OladHtone. In Novemlwr f last jear in use to a re peattd and 1 i s standing request I Mr Gladstone at Haw urden and received the details of intended pn posals cf himself and bin col leagues of the Ute Liberal cabinet with regard to home rule m the erent of the next geueral flection favoring the Liberal party It unneces- sary for me at pic- nt to do more than direct yourattent m t certain po uU of these details, which u i 1 he in rail) recuguiz-d as embracing the elements vital f r v our mfi nnut on and for the ft filiation of jour judgment vital points f diflkulti mav be suitablj- arranged aud couhidere 1 uudei the following heads J The re- tention o Iri'.h nitinbere m the imperial parlia ment 2 The hettlement of the laud or agrarian difficult} iti Ireliio 1 i The octroi of the Iriah constabular> 4 The ap, omtmeut of the judici ary iiic ludmg judges of the supreme court. couutv judges and resident nrngktrates Lponlhesulj tt of the reteutirn of the Irwh members lu pailiatueiit ilr Gladstone told rue fhftt the Lpimc u and the uuauimous opinion, of hie aud recently arnved at after a most mature consideration of alternative proposals uas that m order to conciliate Euglish public opinion it would be necessary to reduce the IriaL representation from to The Upon the question of the settlement of the land problem it was held thAt this was one of the questions uhich must be regaided as tions reserved from the control of the Irish legis- lature, but at the same time Mr Gladstone in- that while be would renew his attempt to settle the matter by imperial legislation ou the lines of the laud purchase bill of 18S6 he would not undertake to put any pressure upon his own side, or insist upon their adopting bis views In other and shorter words that the Irish leg win. tere was not to be given the power of solving the agrarian difficult) and that the imperial parlia- ment would not With regard to the coutrui of the Irish constabulary, it wan stated by Mr Gladstone that out of regard to the necessity of English public opinion, ha and his felt that ft would be necessary tu Jeave this force to the appointment of its officers -under the control of imperial authority for an indefinite period while funds for its mainte- nance paj ment and equipment would be com pulsorily provided out of tlie revenues A Twelve Year Limit. The period of ten or twelve years was sug as the limit of time during which the ap- pointment of judges, resident magistrates, etc should be retained ha the hunda of the imperial authority I have now given a short account of what I gathered ot Mr Gladstone's views and those of his colleagues during a two hours1 con versatiou at Hawardeu, a conversation which I am bound to admit was mainly monopolized by Mr Gladbtone and I pass to my own eipies- 8 Ions of opinion upon these commuulcations, which my views then and now Mattern The> Disarmed Upon And with regard to the retention of the Irish nieinberb the position I have alwajs adopt ed and theu represented is that with the concea- of fuh p were to the Iribh legislature equiva- lent to by a state of the Anieriran Umou, tMe number and position of members so would become a question of imperial concern and not of presbiug or immediate im porMnce fu tuo interests of Ireland But that with the impoitant and all engrossing subjects of agrarian rtfu in contiol aud judici ary h ft either under impel ial con trol or utterij unprovided for it noud be the height of madness foi an Irish leadei to imitate the exainp e of the who consented to dis- band on armj which had cleared the way to vie tory Ifmthei uudeitook the use of legiti- mate influence to leconcile the lush public opm Ion of the gradual coining; into force of iiewpnvi lego and Lo th postponements necessaiy for English 1 1 ini >u ret, Td lo constabulary and Judicial ippo ntmenii But I dissented flora tin jirpot-d i eduction ut inernht rs during the iutt M al r pi ob iDuu ai d I pomttd to the ftbseuco of nnj suitable prrvjitctof laud settle ment b> (iihtr pai lament aa unsiiiutmg an OTei whefmmg drag upon the prospects oi pel oent p! me and ijru p ittv in It eland Absolutely Pure. A of Urttr brtlng Htfh Ift of in iMTenmg U, IltlllJ I1 Hit 10 J-VUly hilt. l, Utl At tlie COIL! M u jf t IR juLuu H i vias tu fuimtd tluil MJ Oh d L t 11 i u 1 I is 11 tk were eutinJ> l Una 11 1 u n ul 11 c Lion silence ul i In ab im l> pit-, i un regttrd to aujr pointu ut im Lt> jn SHOD Of tlie reUi ti n of In h nit_ u! I have dwolt at some 1 i Uh uj n it b il u jt I think dis[ tupuiiiuiiatt 1> i th r in i ti u co Let me bu> in addition tuiUwl' ti f ill s isuie conceded t) 1 1 ind r tut d IIK.-.UC uf falra the Inu it) uuulttutd n Uj of tbe Iiiah part} will U a of u j up nance but uuLil t) i1! I Jcul is 11 a Ait ih, ur dm> and mine to hold fast lu cvu> mr I I net 1 not ituit HIM vliully injpuitaiu i t u 1 thy rtj- tenijou at thi Irtbb on iiinnn Unud and thn In 1 finite delay f full i to an Irish ItKLslature ou Hie utlici t eat cjn cern Ihe ab euee uf an} eat p s un for the SftUeiueDt of tlie in (jut-mi n if tiuy policy on the part oft I i d U id id filled me with Louceru and apj h M u Jt Was False He Sayn. Upon the Introduction f tt land p in bill by ihe government ut t1 c r t i n ynt of la.st >Ir Morlt-y c i i 1 i me is to the course to be 1 huvmt, regard to the avowed absence or a iy pi llcy ou the part of tlie Liber tl led li is aid pa.rty With iwcard to thtt of tin land I idvKMMr Morley an> direct of Liit- i uu ciple. of htatti aiiyd laud pure) H.-.P anlflnimg that the o iri and alann of the t nJMi to btate ai 1 l jt of gi at LH foi 1 jcnl pui oses m Ire in 1 us a t our t t n u ii e I id been assuagi-d tliata h jpelcas ti the ptincii Ic f the n tasun, should n t lie mam taiued and that ue should dii ct .M efforts on Hit st-cond linjj of tbe h II t il a sMtl n uf the pniiLipU f 1 )i_al c Mi Mull luliiclj allied with me but he was at the same time much tun p red uiid esp tsMd IIH scuwe of h s pcsiuou m that liirectiun b> th attitud uf t11 xtr me btetitm rjf his puty n> Mr Lab eiclierc and in a iubseqiifjr.it iiut u he m 1 me the necessitj of the secui 1 if j, ling of the blli with a direct nt I a-, I i t under the motiou I agreed to tt is I it only on tbe condition that 1 nas nut tu attack tlie pnu clpte of the mcafauie but coaflne mjself tocuU of its details I thluk that, this waa false strategy but it was strategy axi< out uf re gartl for Englihli prejudices and Kadieal pe< uh aritlee I did the bfbt under tlie urcum staucetj and the days dclxitt, on the hte ond reading coutrahts favorablj Mr Labtm attempt to a direct ne Dative to flrsl of a similar bill Again Uelegated to the Future AS time went on the government allow ed their attention tojx, diwtracied fr< m the qti stion of land purchase by a bid cotnj bullish pubhcuuH an 1 the agrarian difficulty in Ii eland was relegate] to the futute of auuthei bes- Bion Juit before the co nnn-uce i ntof this 6l m I was again fatoied with an th r ml mew wiih Mr Moi iry I impressed upon h in the pol fcj of an oblique mtthod of pr ctdurt ref erenct) to land purchasp and thf ut aud importance of pruvidmt; for the qu sti n jf local coutrr 1 and of lirnitation uj the api hcatic n of funds II aKree-1 wilh me and I off red to move on the leaJint, of the bill an urn u hi ent in favor of this local control advising that if this were rejected u might be left to the Hi li als on second reading to opposf pun iileof the measure This apj ared to be a proj T course and I left Mr M my duty but iu u Idition he made a remarkaMe proposal tbe probable appr ichi ig of the L bnral party at the pol he vnggestM borne consiltia tiona as to the future of the Irish partj at PropnKdls. He asked me whether I would be willing to as- sume the ffiee of chief becretar> foi IteUid or allow another m mber of m> part) tu takf tlie position He aK put Uf r me it> of filling one of the law ofli of t) tr wu in Ireland a It gal member of mj j ai tj I 1 hiin, ized as I was at the prur that I could not agree to forfeit in anj Hi" 10 le- pendeuce of the tarty or an> of iu, lhat thp Irish le hal trusttJ rne m this movement because the> beh--i e 1 that th- c ara t ou I h id made to them at Co k in was a true one and repioseoU'd im convi tun aud that I would on no account i put fi i it 1 cousidere I thtt after the declai n j i we 1 id r peatedl> madf tiie proposal uf Mr M. iUt (hat we t.1 ould w ouriseUes to be abv i J into Lngh-b j ilit cs was oiie billed upju un nt re mis onci p i u of ur j ubition w itli i e-t, id to ur Iri-b c jusntuen ien and ef the pie it, swe bad piveu In tonclusi >n he dneUed mj altenti JQ to the plan of camj aun e-taU-> Mor ey Threw Lp His Hinds In He said that it would be imp ssible fur the L be al 11 rt> it attained LI. s it d unj thing foi these 1 I ill LI a t n that it would alb be sibl" f il Irisli parllamtnt under the puwfrs c nf t 1 to do anjthlig Cor them And i a up I i-ban Is with a ge-tuie of des] an eiclam II been at Tippciaij I do not it to pro pcse in gard to the matter I told him tl i wa.s a lu i d UP th it I did u it set tl at he need alir h mstlf to be hamp-ied b> its future consider ui n.thufmdb would be available from America for the rt of tht.se tenants i nunht be uCLeasarj tl at of course Inndtrwt tuas adifflcult> but that it was a him d out and should not be all wed Lo interfere with tht inter ebis of the counti> >o Liberal Help for Evicted Ten ints I allude to this matter only because w Him the labt few dajs a strong arg iment iu manj m uds form} expulsion has bun that tinkib the Libeialfi come into pow er at the next eh cti >n the plan of campaign tenants will suffer As shown the Liberals propose to do nr tiling for the plan of campaign tenants bj dnect in ti >n when they come into pnwer but I afn entnl d t a.sk that the exKtenc0 of these eiiauts sup- ported m w ay m the an 1 wlmru I shall continue to buppoit m the future sh ill n t con stitute a reason for raj fiuiu Irish pol tics I luue reptatpdl} pledged nnst-lf tj stind b) these evicted tenants and tliat j --hall u tbe allowed to suffer and I the lush le throughout the world will ftuppi rt me m this policy Sixteen j ears ago I corn five 1 tha idei of an Irish parliamentary independent of all English parties. Upon Independence Depends MicresH, Ten years ago I was elected leader of the f tide pendint Irish pai lianientary party and dm ing Ihe'-e ten >eais the party has remained pend- ent aud because of this lndep illj Dickhon, John Dillon, Es- oaonde, Finucant tox I 1) un, Gilhooly, limotlu II11 rington 11 mot by Healy, Mau Heil) Jordaii M J K'11115, Kilbnde, K.IIOX Lalor 1 a Lijtln McCartan, Jus- ,tn McCarthy McDonald, Molloy, t X O lit ren Pat f-ickO linen P I O Bnen Arthur O Con aor, O Ha ilon, 0 Keefe, Quinu, lieyuolds, tioche, bexton Sheehan, Sheehy, btack, lnuothy Dunel bulhvan, Tanner and Webb Tbe atiti relj upon .bevoteb cf William O'Brien, T P O'Con- Qor and till Will Stand by Htm. The adherents of Paruell who have an- nounced their intention to stick to their aid leader thi thick aud thm number twenty throe uamel) Messrs Blaue, Byrne lit urj Con way, W J Corbet, J 0 Edward Hamng ton, Hayden J fc. Ketrny W A Macdon ild, MacNeill Mahoney J P Nul in, Joseph Nolan, John O'Connor, U Kelly, Pmkerton, P J Power, Richard Power, John lUdmoud, William Redmond and Shell 1 he eight doubtful members are Messrs D ilt-on, Foley, Harrison, Justin Huntly McCartv, McKenna James Patrn k O'Gorman Mahou and Tuite It is stated that though Pai nell be 3utvoted at the meeting he intended to stick to his seat m the house of commons for Cork, and to aunoy the Liberals as much as he possibly c LU GlftdMtone'H Alleged Revenge. The close fnend of Mr Parnell, who de- clared that Mr Parnell regards the move ment to expel him from the leadership of the National st patty as a Radical revenge for his support of the royal grants last summer that this of tbe case can be supported by documentary evi ience Ihe fnpud considers th it the Irish party, if resohed into its elements would have no cohesion Mr Orla he says, baa had his revenue on tlie man he impris- oned in Kilmttnhim ja 1 and later compelled the Liberal lea ler to consider the demand-) of UK Irish people The meeting against Mr Parnell s leadership, the fneud declared, planned A canvass 01 a dozen Iribh bishops had been made with reference to the Parnell matter, and all they should refrain from expressing their views until they had seen Parnell's manifesto and become ac- quan ted with the decision reached at Monday s meeting SECRECY AT CINCINNATI The Irish Delegates In Session with Closed Doors. Nov and Sulli- van, who been here for the past two davs, were joined yesterday by GUI and O'Connor, who arrived at noon Dillon and Harrington arrived at 8 p m and shortly after 5 o'clock the sue members of parliament went into consultation behind closed doors No outsider was admitted Mr Gill said before the conference began that tne members would discuss the-sitna- tion carefully, and decide what in their opinion was best for the Irish people. Ibis decision would be cabled to the Irish members in London before next Monday Mr O'Brien said that the dell cacy of the situation was such that the greatest care was necessary to avoid in- juring the Irish nause. The conference would be informal and confined strictly to the six members named "I hardly said Mr Dillon, as he was going into the conference room, "that any decision will be reached in this city, as it is almost imperative that I leave for Chicago to-uight I have no opinion to ex pi ess now Ihe Irish members threw open the door of the conference room at 8 o'clock, after a three houis session Mr O'Brien said that the) hid merely discussed the sttu turn mfornmllv, and reached no conclu sion and h id no statement to give to the public The> it distinrtlv under stood that they had no expres sum of tlutr Mews or intentions Mr O Brien iefu-.ed to whether tin result of the t >nlerL u e 1 be c ibled to Lnglund, but he le't the imprtsMun that nothing had been done 30 f ir ri quiring -.uch action 1 he other menibi rs ert equally reticent It is unduttond tint n dtcidul to postpone iction, and not to Send for our treatise on Blood Skin SWIFT SPECIFIC Co., BAKER STOLE A MILLION. Big Defalcation of a Philadelphia Stock Operator i OKVI! HlOn The Siuhlin DlsappeaititKe of John K Bttker, Jr Accouuted fur lu n Must Sen MlHjiitjirnprltitea Tniht Stcuiitlts Valued at 81 OOO 000 Pun X Jobu K Baker, Jr the miyiiiu; slocit bpe ilut ir who fled from this city on the
stnn 11 1 lie HI i v K t wt re very simple ui 1 i i tt i of reading mil pinti tl> pjisti r of the church tlie H st tkuiL, an address b> Profissor h tries I I tonani of Tuft H rt fut TIRT pastor of Mr Shlllaber and sinking a quartette Hit interment WHH at U umlluwn (t tnett tht Masons aud O Id I ellcms comuteting lh( service _ I'aitor Chew ITouutl Guilty M N J J9 -Pastor ert Lhew uf the Jaiknonville aud Cliff Mftl oclist, Episcopal ehurchts w fouti 1 uf attempting to assault Mrs Alonzo U rt tig if KM port in the latter pirtnf Tune a thim h committee Hit eo nun f it n It rt 1 i litt f uilt D f i in m t tl 111 ht iM iaii tnil m tun t i H; eun Inct Mr app il th tjuirtfU con irence tube h hi it b i p iik so in aud Prpftfdent Kngeman's use PVTIKSos N J >ov 2S H EnKfinHii tnt pres dent of tin liftonRac ing assotiati n was arraigned on an in ilit-tiunit him iiHuiituiiii a dihordtrlj li nine at Lit ttJiiieyur bling is allowed Lngeman pleafltd 11 bguili) an 1 fin rushed bail i he trial IB s dowii for next t dnestlay Chniimkl Itrntrt FogHrty NEWiOKK special to The Police G from NSW says that Joe of San defeated Jim I i of in a finish for a purse of Turn Lees has clialh n_r 1 the w innei the method nnd results when uiip of id Uken; it is pleasant id jilitfrjiing to the and acts jct'piomptl) oil l'ie Kulneja, J-iMr aud Boweh the sjs- t in efiutualiy, coliN head i lies and jind tuns li.ibitual n-tipition. Si nip of 1 igs 13 the duly ren edy kind ever pro- uiici.fl, pleasing to the taste and ao- the stomach, prompt in its action aud truly beneficial in its efeots, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remeth known. Sjrup of Fips is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading dnig- Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAH CU tOUISVIIIF, KY AT WA Po la' Dolls' The largest and finest as- sortment to be found In the whole State Doll heads, wigs, Arms, shoes and doll items of every r ind Dolls that do everything but talk, at lower prires than ever Also a grand new block of very flue and stylish Umbrellas among which we offer one lot GOOD Gloria, fnll nlze Umbrellaa, with silver htrdlos at only 98c, worth in the city a'l over Latest styles of Cuba1, Batch Ma and Hand Bags, Pocket Books, I idles, Bureau overs, Slumber Bobes, Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers, and ladies' and gents' Gloves of every make Among our Gloves we carry the most dnrab't) kids, wan anted the b st made in the market Fine Underwear Cambric paiui nts, Corsets, Hosiery and many useful presenta arriving now every day }V Childrfb'B and Infanta' O ttflts our spe- cialty Hand knit Zephyr Worsted Goods, a careful, selected assortment New arrl vale also in mines' and children's hats and caps, latest styles All our goods are the very beat obtainable and pri-es GUAEANTEEO l OPPOeirtC UU'T HALL. P Tnst received a lot Black ALL SILK Muffleil for ladies and genU. A OASE OF THOSE Made by of Bonton, Broad Street Pharmacy. TWO CKNTa A i i il i i 15 EAST STATE STREET. W I NT HI 14 GTYT.HS DWK SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, Sl-'AT. i i t" A v YOUMAN'S HATS A I am showing a fine assoitment of LACK CURTAiNS, NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS, 750. to a pair. Real Irish Applique Cuilains, 7.50, 9 and 10.75. Cuitain Mulls, pretty designs in imitation of the silk, 150. Figured Cuitain Tricots, 36-inch, at 3oc. a yard. New and handsome patterns in Figured Cretonnes and Sateens. Table Linens, Napkins, Towels and 'lidies. A large and attractive line. Blankets, Comfortables, Flannels, Sknts and Coun- terpanes. Black Astrakhans and colored Eiderdowns. Next week I will give an answer to a few questions regarding nress Silks, Mourning (roods, Colored Goods, Velvets, Hosiery, Gloves, Kibbons and Notions. M 43 SlATK OF TEENTON. LICEH8E NOTICE. The following named persona having filed applications for license with the City Clerk, according to law, due notice IB hereby given that the said will be considered at the next meeting, uf the Board of Eicise, on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER at 7 30 P. M IIEUT WABD. Applegate, Edward H 14 8 Warren; re- newal, retail Barlow, Richard, 119 8. Broad renewal, retail Leina, An nstus J 675 Perry transfer from L Swetnam 8pi gel, Martin, 30 8 Warren, renewal, retail. SECOND WABD, Hibbs, Stephen, 201 8 Warren, renewal, retail TH1EI) WABD. Hartman, George J., 415 Federal, re- newal, retail PUIlips, Farley K 433 Centre, renewal, retifll FOUBTH WARD. Feenane, John, 401 Lamberton street; re- newal, retail. rifiH WABD. Falcey, Escher street, renewal, retail Thomxon, Wm E cor Behm Escher, renewal, retail SEVENTH WABD. Esser, Christian M., 346 Brunswick avo renewal retail MoClnrg, Edmond W., 316 N. Warren re- newal, retail Walters, Jacob, 24 Morgan i.ye, renewal, EIGHTH WARD Brewstor, Wm 518 N Clinton; renenal, retail Mo' uire, Hugh, 39 Olden ave transfer rom li Olden ave retail TINTH WABD. Sweeney, Owen B 5 Emory ave re- newal, retail. KLKVIHia WARD King, Paul, 801 Andeison, renewal, re- tall Leip, Wm H 82 Jersey street, transfer 'rom James Flynn POOL APPLICATIONS Second 21 N War- en street Third Dennis, 130 3 Brotd troct, Hasterson, Hugh, cor Centre and Cass Eighth Jos, 83 Brea- ng ave Ninth Lambert 522 B Clinton ave D sbrow, B F 5 Emory avo Seller, Jbhn, Broad ttreet Tenth George, 140 Wnsh- Ington street; Hamell, Frank 500 Moi month street JNO. C OWE S3, City Clerk [Adv'g fee, 11 T ANNINO CBOOK DVALRRJ) IN Heaters, Ranges and Generally. UTCAS' M1XKD PAINTS (AT I Broad and Centre Streets. PA rHONTKH HOMW AND HUT THI renton Watch The most reliable watch for the money. Call and see the large assortment at II. I.. ItlOKHlY'G, THE HKI IARIB JKWKF1CR, !2O Perry BtTOOt, Opposite Trinity M B. CJnnroh. The Real Estate, Safe Deposit, Trust and Investment Co., IkKNTON, N. J a general banking business Allowo Interest on rauh deposits, sabject to )heak at sight. Bente boxes of various in its flre and oarglar proof vaalts, the renter ezt Innlvely keeping the key. Aeln ai agent for collecting rents and (or onrohaso or sale of estate. nf every dworlrtitm, u Rxecntor, Administrator, GaardUn, Tnn- toe, etc. Loani money on mortgage and on ool- atoral. Ageuta for Cheqne Bank of London, Gheanea for sale, good In all parts of the rld. HCOH H. HAMIII, P HKRBT 8 Li ift Vloe President. F. flciw, BABKIK OaHXRK, O. HOOBK, Cuhier. Hugh H. Barker Qnmn WMK'n A. Bocbllng, H S. T.lttle, 3 Mi.edith Dickinson, Or-nt Cook, William H T N. Adams, Han; Rogers, Owen H. Locke, L. B Ehdon, J QuklU Edmnnd C H1U, Alrwrt CTiTtAn If you have run A muck against nome couraflng DlMMft which you (ton t mint your doctor to know that K JR NEW mmmtt TistlmonUU. Bonk malleil (Maled) 00 Mioit I T. IK FIQUimO DISEASE, YOV WI1 1 THAT "l-i UCK WINO i Mr
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