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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               IX. NO. ?181. I'KKNTON, MONDAY AFTKRNOON, DEC SMBKR 1, 1890. TWO CH.NTd Five of the Visiting Delegates Against L'.iruell. THEY ASK HIM TO EETIEE, O'Brku und Dillon for Gladstone and Liberal Aid. Timothy Harrington, the Only One Who ClIngB to the Great Irish LettilJt An luteieailni; Manifesto tabled to J nit In McCarthy Laut Honor Purnell fur Whit He Hu Done for Ireland In tlie Pant, but They mink IIM Present Position Ill-taken and It Is Ireland or Parnell Now, and They Choose iu Favor of Their Well Worded and DlapasHlonate State me ut of Their Con- tmtAGo Dec 1 of tbe Irish gates, John Dillon, iliiam O'Brien, T P O'Connor, T D Sullivan aud T P Gill, have deutioJ to j un in the demand of those of thtir colleagues ID Ireland who call on Parnell to retire from the leader ebip of the Irish people Iheir decision was embodied m a mauifento, which was cabled last nigbt to Justin McCarthy, as vice chairman of the Irish parliamentary pai ty 1 he detUion will be placed before the meeting of the Irish members to be held ID Londc u this afternoon. Timothy Hifiiinptmi IT the oulyonoof to Htanfl bj Parutll The Tact of X3 Brieu and Dillon joining the opposition to Par mil according to men competent to judge, the vote of the Iiish party to be takeu todav on tbe question of tbe Irish leaderbhip It wasonlj after a fienen of prolonged and patient confer- ences beginning at Cincinnati on Friday and terrnm ttlng at tht Grand Pacifichott-1 labt nu'lit that the five members of parliament came to tht conclusion that the interests of tho Irish demand that themselves with Glad- stone as agfiinst Paruell A Strange Fight at Home. It is eudpiit that a bitter struggle Is im minent bet wten those who will stick to Parnell in Iteltind and the members of tbe Irish part) u ho will call for his dethrone- ment 1 hot-t, among the mnssee in Ireland who will not approve of Parnell's contmu Ing in the leadership will, it is said, with some show of Tiulhurilj, m no active oj position agdins-t him If this should ou ui the bpectacle w ill be presents ed of Piirnt.ll t iking Hie fr-turnp m Ireland with urden', active friends at hm back, while the members of the part) who oppose him will have on their side inactive sjm- patbizeru. Timulby entertains this view, aud it is not overlooked by the five men who issued the mRnifesto last night Parnell the People. Harrington this phase of the situ ation on his colleagues m the numerous conferences held since Friday His posi tion as secretarj of the National league iu Ireland renders his opinion on the subject more valuable, and it was thii fact that prevented Dillon, O Bnen and the other members from rewhing a decision at Cincinnati Harrington said last night if the meeting of the parliamentary party todaj threw Parnell overboard tne Irish people will refuse to indorse the ac- tion T D bullivan, on the other hand, thinks that Parnell will be told to stand aside, not alone by a majority of the Ii ish members, but an overwhelming vote of the Irish people should they be tailed on to de- cide the issue The manifesto reads as follows The Irish Dele Manifesto. To Justin McCarthy M P vice an of the Irish parliamentary party: Our dense of tbe matchless genius of Mr Par- cell as a leader of the imperishable services he rendered to the Irish cause, of the courage, Integrity and splendid success with which he has led our people for ten yparg and the tie of com rmdeehip and personal which for years Jxmnd us to him, hare us suspend to the latest possible moment our judgment against his further leMershtp. Tbe obligation to express judgment la to nil of us the most ptlnfn. dutj of our lives No earthly consideration could moved us to our deteimination except tbe conviction are driven to choose between Mr Parnell and destruction of our country's cause So painfully ntfve were we to all that might be Involved in the loss of such a fcvder that we eagerly co-operate with our col- leagues In every effort to bin Influence Ir our councils Farnell'B Cruel Injustice. The, manifesto which Mr Parnell juat issued cuts UB off from the list hopes to which we clung Anxious to avoid any word thafttiight embitter the controversy we shall not dwell upon tbe cruel injustice u fth v, hich he- treats tbe mem- bers of tbe paity that has followed him with a loyalty and affection such as no leader evei ex- perienced before His recollection of this fealty to him In many an hour of trial might well have saved them the luiputatioD that any section of them could have allowed their integrity to be sapped byLibeial wirepullers nor would we do more than enter a protest against this violation of all constitutional principle in fl uting by anticipation the decision of the elected representatives of the pe pie fiom whose voteh the chairman of the parliamentary party rect ivej, hts authonrj ami resorting to a vague general appeal ovei thtir heads Reckless and Imputations. Coasiueiaiioni like we bhould readily have waned in the intcie tof national solidarity but the mttliod in igui nng the origin of the prest nt uilanntt us situation Mi Paruell en Ueavor-t to fasten the lity for it upon Messrs and FOLlate ourselves in the t t ngt t nmnnei fiom imputations winch HC beht to be ipckless and uujust twvMtli abhorienco llie attnc! that have made on Mr Painell by hih ic Absolutely Pure. A drum of biking powder. nt of in iwTwong B.port, i lUiltiLg Iu utla k- L man of i t j IO t U o t i ill 1 i is UOH th em ut d i 1 v do the lurtliei n h l mauy sonal i fit tji s adutk u I i LL a bible al owuni-1 fji Mi luibt. i tcoie ttetoii'iid i U m jUii io U 1 1 u ,_. aud inn i lab L lioi U >i t r v, t lutei t uii mil uoil f e n t, t tl ni 1- t J sh wolves buuli t lot Iu 6 tile u h j Imvd u L be it ubl t bi i si t tu U u samevitv t w IniJi gii m I ai U il i e uy for union mil 11 U Mr 1 ai iifll b n L I uud Louutijuitu Warm Support of Gladstone Toe plea of Mr Puiuell thut Mi 0 idhU ne s letter involves a claim to dictate io the Irish party and therebi btr kt, ut (In n 11 n 1 net, of tbat part) aa, a Btrictl> I uh im i uai body ia one calculated to iiihpue ever> In h N i i iniiibt If that i Ita weiL iut au otm fal lacy Tbe Irish partj was foi tin d Mitt tin j ur tf of wiiinmg home rulo fur Ireland and any Uiterfereuce in tbe interest of English par ties would an Invamon of the mdtp nclcnct of the party, aud, wyuld, belitrve be repelled by no one more steroly b> our and ourselves who are ID opposition to Mr Par Bin the very biibi-- of our ii dtj e dent a ll ance with the Liberal partj ih th aitptuu bv them of tbe i e for wl ich Cl I -.h part> was formed and ihe n lli l i must be the fli uitack uf a Liberu cab net. i r piogiamme difT ixu L-% ol u[ mion uua> exist as to the has t with ich Mr Ulad Btuue s r w as ommumcate i tu tl f j ublic it was obvio ibl> no hu hostility to i u e but his e-irne'U de ire to it Ifoui di uster that promp t-1 Mr Ola Istoiie to write hn letter Gladstone'! Alleged Trtacliery We de lore that the difflcultus, of Mr stone s position were not fiaukly re guized by Mi Paruell, and that un the euutrai) fuendly private call >ns obvi oubly male w tlh a lew of smoothing tbe poKSage of the home rule bill have Ucu made tUe bayii of insinuations of lreacher> to Uie cause By hu couvictiou agam and that home rule U> be effective muat be bu n a meas ure aswill hutiafy the Irish j tuple Mi Olailstone is bound to give ii full au J ample mfustire of sell government to Ireland Io offer an> other schema would not oLiy be un aet of i LI edible n, v but of lucr-tAUbielotlj -iiid ally Peparote wurselvea -fiotu ttoy Much irgfl against Mr OlaUhloi-e Their Belief In Mr Morley. think it deplorable ttitit Mr iiorlyy ti sug- geatiou tliat KOUIK of the Irish j urij wo ild co- opeifate iu carrying out the IrtiJj ol the I ibcral Hume Kule part) d be Btraug ly murpreted by Mr laiuell Lvery lueuiuci of the Irish party will of euurse with Mr Parueli that the by any NatJonftliat member of tfflee fi m aii Lnbli h would be ti breueU of tue elei priuupleti upon which our j ai t> 15 founded Bui uobod> who knows Mr Mjde> cnaiacter wi 1 doubt tlmt the suggest] n was mad la the houent belief that a Liberal UULKLM would helped in tlie difficult work of Cd r> ng through the detaila uf au Iiuh nome rulf1 b 11 by tue co- operatiyu cuiteagucs ana it WAS uttau mslduous on tbe aud ludepeijd euce of the Inth partj Paroeira uud I utal Path. cjnfrunt the sUi 11 fut Mr Pai ueii a ieaJeihii p open-} an unpayable gulf between repret-eutativea ji Ire i and the Liberal p trtj who ta th ull> observed Pueirpartuf their fi de t the agietyornoo as io the ndtioual claims uf Iitlaj J un i JIK iiLua ion Is aggravated de] 1 rable iptfjfciionb of lU will toward the But sh pe pie ufo have again and again Hub n the live jtujs oiinjf sted then jation to do 1 e aud, and b> their votes paraljz d a.rm ol eoer ciuu In uehuei tae bi liig ut tliinb-i to tun position Mr J aiiKli I eutttreAi p- ti a and Iila] path uputi Viuieh a it aid ta-tl u ol Ireltujd b at, well ita 1 ui il honor, foi bid us to loiiow mm in tue EtiLuie of a party tllus isolated an 1 Uteti edited vve ean not imagine how any Ii intunaj c.i tn-e du> thing but de-ilruet on of tiie hjped ut umuut haj piuevi atl 1 hie i UUt a weka bbO were on tbe p-jmt of realize fjrtui p o 1 le bo tried mau> >n A at bdei iiee-- a.id huf Irelaud and Parntll hat Mr 1 aim, 1 ua too; cd of all bide s lie- i to aen i atl tn" I of an earf) belt lament of the In h Kr. u his lut u u ma.1 cai i In-) p i oua p in t- are driven tu c iu I r-u o n adui and our Iu t at b-i 1 el n_e auuut h i it NS e IdJ tu be VI re al ja eu e i s uf tl e liiih par n neu ai ar m h in -4 be n 1 thai a dec bivt vote tli ir ai L ill de- liver IielauU fu li till- fft-lfu a t tllJ.t DUW tier peupl Vt are i L. d that a calm bui leaolute Cjuibe uf a ti ju on our j art in tuib cruel eiaergeuc) wil r--du md to tht ad vantage of our caiibe b> fu mj, conclusive te3 imony of th ctii aeu> of u i pait} aid of our people for seif government u cauuot re- hnqmah the hope that in the of such deel sivr- action by the elective representatives of the Irish people Mr r'arnell's b of patilotism vri 1 withhold hi it Irom p Ii laud mto those horrors 01 dissension whii.h have bo often already m her tragic and unhappj biitorj robbed her of 111 er j a the moment it was within her grasp, and will save him from undoing iu one passijnate hour ihe resulus of all mcompar able beivKei to his country The manifesto is signed by John Dillon, William O'Brien, Thomas O'Cunuor, T D bullivan, and Ihomas P (jill Parnell Will Fight for His Place LOSDOX Dec 1 Paruell wir3d In- vitations for his colleagues favorable to him to meet him Saturday night at the Palace hotel Twentj four Mr Paint 11 discussed his position, informed those present of his relations with the Liberal and ex pressed n determination to fight'for the retention of hfe place Acamuss of the Nationalist members yesterday showed (not counting the envoys in America) forty eight against Parnell, twenty four for him and Seven doubtful IH It a Conservattve-Pnrnell Combine? Rumors are current that Mr Parnell has been during the day in private consulta- tion with two members of the Salisbury cabinet, one of them Loid Kmitsfurd, who is known to possess the peculiar personal coufUence of Lord Sahsbur> Nothing IB known as to the object ur of the consultation, but surmises are afloat, ap- parently countenanced by prominent con es, to the effect that un u nderstand ing may be arrived at between Loni balls bury and Mr Paruell, the formei to pass the land purchase bill as amended in ac cord with Mr ParnelTa and ako to concede at least partial home rule to Ire- land in the form of provincial councils for the administration of the local tiff ui is of the several provinces 1 his would satis- factory to Ulster, and allij the utienuous opposition which home uilchis eucoun tered in that section of Ireland Club Rossip has it that Ihe lor} plan for taking the best a 1 vantage, of the disrup tion of the opposition is to hastily pass the land purchase and tit lit s bills and tln'n dissolve parliament und go to the country on a platform made up of tin si piomist s Count) government for Irelind an eight hour law for miners and arm il coinmis siou on the subject of a genual hour law, free education Pttrnell'fi Lone u t By issuing hts manift-stom theSiturdnj morning paper? Mr Parnell ,amul fell) eight hours in time m Iieland over Mr Gladstone's replv, which could not reach moHt points in tbat prm i H c night or Mondi} moiiitng It. is likely that the resolutions paused at nmnj places In Mr Painell's werp s< cuied hj this fact, the PiirneU document ninct iis-iduotmly diflti i) M d Ptir- In croup and whooping oongh It is Import- ant to have a remedy at once at hand that U reliable and tate Hires' i niln the bill better than any medicine that has ever been discovered C3et yoTir OhriatmftH goods at Dobbins, the Hitter. lieu B excellent machine It Uid.-ntd the Gulf Mr GladsKmt in n letter to Mr Mellor, Libernl LA did ite f i II issttbiw that Mr Panullrt mauiieitj hits the gulf bv which rtttiil had sep- arated hi in from the Libeiai party who have to coiibider the cause of jLislict f r h 1 in i ap irt from any ludl vidual rniiiic liuL lie (Mr I to tlnnk tint MJ far as ippt there will in t be an) severance between the Lib- er ils mid tht S ui mil p f Ji Mr Par iifl! 1 its tliiown uver im colic ves and ackiiow U s in th in n j r it; lit of author it) lie the constiiut oiidl rep- uf ins cuunti) i u fancied Hjjptal to the UHiiju wh eh has chosen them to s'pt ik it's wants and wishes Archbishop Says. Aichbibhop alsh's letter mg been variousl) inttrpreted a reporter sought an interview with the prelate at Dublin to so- licit a more definite statement of his views He said that his letter was couched tn unurded because Mr Painell had cot then spoken The manifesto of Mr Pariell now enabled the archbishop to more plainly, and he declared that unless Mr Farnell clears himself of the crime of adultery, an) party taking or re- taining him as a leader will not find the euppoit co operation or confidence of the Irish Mr Parnell's breach of the confidence reposed in him by Mr Gladstone is a blamable act The arch bishop said he spoke only of tbe moral aspect of the case, aud left tbe political hearings of the manifesto to tho Irish. Mrt O Shea'i Mrs 0 Shea Is stopping at Brighton with her four daughters Mr Parnell was with her there during the recess He also re- turned there after the trial The Poople of Cork Disappointed Mr Parnell was expected to arrive at Cork at 2 o'clock Sunday morning The mayor and a league committee waited at the depot with an address of welcome and confidence Ihere was a crowd numbering fully pe-ople, wrth torches and several bands Ihere was great diHappointnipnt when it w is learned that Mr Parnell was not on the tram The crowd dispersed after cheering for Pttrnell Mr Davltt's Opinion Mr Dauttsajs "I doubted that Messrs Dillon und O'Brien would decide as they  i us HJ, n I ucver sjtid oor 1 1 i u suuld thibfe, m tlie matur 1 did it j tl tr b> llieci or iudireci actim t-vi i 3 uglil nut to be a 1 to si lie t t Jijieiary I hei e u all L L dilTt 11 in. e b  III tht h 1 inw gtD era 1) acLej tul le to (Jieat Hi lam A NEW LEASE OF LIFE Electrocution Postponed The Japaneta Murderei Mill Go Next SlKG SlliQ N Dec 1 t N.LCUUOU of Wood, the colored murdeier v, Inch was to have occurred during the coming week, has been postponed ihe next execution under the electrocution a j stem be tbat of Jugigo, the Japane-ie whose case was recently decided by the supreme court of the United States, and who w ah taken to Isew York for resenteiice tuduj deu Hrush determmed the ques-tioa of Wood's immediate fate >6dUida> by noti- fying the -jurorw and tj who had bceu summoned that they wuull nut be needed the law requires tbat the wit nfiSses stall ilave three -dars iiotne, it would not be possible to execute uud be fore the middle of the week even if the warden believed that tbe il to tht preme court of the United did not uct as a stay of execution the wit wei e to e been the w arden would not say, and it IB hkeh that their names will not be mad6 public when the execution occurs, as thej have asked the warden not to them Warden Brush believes that the citation for him to appear before the supreme court of the t-mted States m Janutu) acta as a staj of execution It w i- in his be hef tbat lie notified the witne-.se-> who were feummoned that they would uut be needed llie warden m an last evening It beems to me that I w ould be placed in a p IMUOQ if I W4.atto in Juuuar) and ap peared befure the supreme court to show cause I should not execute a man who had been killed it would be the height of crueltj to kill V> ood now as his lawyer informed him vesterdaj that he was Site for at least two months 1 should think that in this emergency some officerwho is competent bhould sra-nt a staj or a reprieve to settle tbe dehnitely Iliere wiii lm a conference o state an 1 ft 'eral rffici iK here to moriow to con bid r t he matter However, I re0arc the appeal u'o a M ihe appeal in tli uist wa1- ri gurded the courts one b) tlie district at tome; as a stnj, aud on aceouut of tl i the> did not call him down f( r n-c itmce at the time ood was called It steins torn thii appeal mus' act i '-'av If the federal law conflicts with the st iK I i i, ose we must be governed the f d ial law wi 1 1) be executed abou J in 1 od is( ill not come before the supren o ur of the United States foi a in )Mth in 1 i b i month after tbe decis on i ti at i curt tendered befure h Minf-slti s bi Lo ri 1) c 1 i he Rev Simon P Ymlersnn i n f dur-Ut d HI d distMigtnshed cltMiie h t-i ft i IM been pastur o t! e Central IjipUs t ie aristocratic church it th s til) V uar ago ht fruin the Ink funds belonging to the c n ith to t1 P union u of nearlj 100 the vttire of lie chinch cltrk tc diet Safin 11} IK u w coiiVlcUd o 01 j: til nti t e M live year CAtARRh I> toaitlntlona' 101 i ocal It cario1 luraa loaAt I( requtrei t eonsntutlooAl ronedy like Bood s Sampirllln wbloii working through ihe blood eradicates lha Impurity which CTUSCS and promotes tha effects a permanent Tbotuanda of people testify to the SHCceil of Hood's Sirsipirllli as a remedy fo? caffurti when other prepiratlons had failed. Stuffed-Up Feeling. "I will say I hue been troubled for ser- years with tint teirlbly disagreeable dlAease, catarrh I tjok Hood's Sarsapa- rlllawlth the In it rtsults Itcured me of thatcontmuil dropping In my throat, Itiiffed up feeling It has also helped my mother, who h IH ttken It for run down stata of health and klliu> trouble" MRS 8. D. HEATH, Putrmni Conn iood Boldhynll i- i t fl ixf Preparodonly If 0 I IK i DAt i inta I owell Moai, IOO Doses One Dollar The largest vorlety of SUPERFINE rRFAM CHOCOLATES, guarantred to be the flneat made in the U R will be found at ANGK.T.O CAMERA'S Fine Confectionery Store, 2OB SOU o-ji TBKNTON, N. J. Fancy Frnlta, Ice t ream, Soda Water, Ice Cream Redan, Milk Shaken, Lemonade, always on hand, and the best that can be had and made, Thffle tre fnctn Prlceii for nil Kerns Mains Have been annlgne i the Agents lor the Referee Safety, Andlnylte their friends and all who take Interest In oycllng to stop In and examine It at the Cor. Warren and Mill Sts. Repair! nf a Alncl itmli p liuf, Ictut i nil uth p IK] In t ui ui i in d i r tl ti uii t> isn t I urn i llilicd n it U i I f IMI i.r nnue it THK TRKMON THB8 JOB COUNSELOE-AT LAW, 143 State Street, Trenton, N. J JOHN H OODN8ELOE-AT-TAW, Font Ritchie Building, corner btate and Wftrren streets. J AW OFFICES, KDWARn R. MURPHY, til Fi-ft Street, Trentnn, N J. JOHN CAMINADE, AT-LAW, 187 KA8T STATE 8TBKRT TRENTON, N rplfll AI.HAMBKA. 26 NOETH WARBEN 8TRKRT, TBKHTOH, N J. UPDEOROVB T.F.i-iH, The old DE BOAKDMAN m not dead I lle IB the only doctor of that Dame that vet lived in Trtnton. WEST FKONT BTRKITI KO F. APPI FQATE, GRADUATE OPTICIAN, Corner State and Warren Strooto. Orno M (Forat 4 Rlchey IIODM p M 1RKNTON, N J The Kje a Specialty I" ANNING A CEOOK Heateru, Ranges and Hard ware Generally. LUCAS MIXED PAINTS (ALL Broad and Centre Streets PATKONTKB HOME INDUSTRY AND BUT IHl Trenton Watch Tbe reliable watch for tbe money Call and see the large RMortment at H. I.. KJXXHIY'U, THK RKI.IABI B JEWFI EB, IflO Perry StrOOt, Oppoelte TlHnl'y M B, Unurob. RFAD THE   

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