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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               YOU IX. NO. THE ANNUAL MESSAGE. 'c it Kirnson s Communi- cation to Congress IMI'OIU VM SUM HIS THI Air D TKKNTON, .'LKBDAY AFTERNOON, DKCn-MBRK ii, 1890. TWO CKNTto K< the Oin InK gumtiit f r (lie MiKlnlry The le.l.ral I'l.-ilion- trn (irnmwntal iid Au Ar FBrlff I aw ros Dei 1 JUlow is giveu the full text if PicailcnL a nibb Bage to c nurt To tin S i it nr 1 II IF- f It r k Ut v s Tht n I f tl f k v rul x I il I artinonU which "III I Itii I f i LO K' 4 I' c'! II il t i lull tli piruti tis f thi t i the In fls  n a) U tl P f uudatl I (f tli i t. jmtm n dull Uh I hi all tubi it will U r U> in UUi THE W ZAHD WINS Jacob >-.l I fi th rid t UIIM i iiKliil n K 1) c I t I t t alk line billi ird cu itesi btlueLii Ja liae fer an 1 Oe( 1 M wt id I n been the thief tJpa nin titf Mllmid 1 for several wttk tuok place lust mijil at C hit Ur iik hall in the i r ence of full} wOlHIrtrsons lien atch was for (KJU stakt, rnon e) bih ir tup e m b le n at IP of t'ie w H! I s th ira pionMnp aud the entrance leccipts PARNELL'S REPROACHES. IU The varft anil t meat liab I 11 li nienta dm int, and HU e fcs I hi uuu b Mill Ut ItJLttl I wihl uf. si rs i I f II 1 S f M l> them 1 u, ft! t critic s i t-i i bt- ii is the 1 t rut is si ai 1 bj tl U tlitH Ih tl L Lr cinp] s O w r tl i> f  s la 11 v I -1 t .11 I i n fill Ja ml itetu ul txptndl it s f ir n ti with the n 1 f t PHnl 1 l I t ell UU- r t f t, rthull -u d t inrnon i t i f tl JsUra I H i u j tr i hi u i ty I t j -H.1 t t i Kid r j. 1 will I ii-imt it 1 t i the iej PL I t t of tht t i t ii i t m i uier itiil i i-v i 1 con i It i IH r u kb u i it 1 o I f i t ru h n rth) tl I i r mrt i I- r il f i f 11 t 1 n Un d it. i J re- n nldTj rih of r all t t d t j c r nn ss p Ih tl tr sa I j of tl e c U adt f 1 t j It f II tfTtiaU "ft! i iiuj n a i i Hie t nfer i fail] pffs- the president TjwnrdtLie nl f th p M j r 1 nt m rnixhiri K t n t C( 1 1 i nt Unit of rox-M1 to t xi sui-OPt I) a r i iblit DI matu wer at i e< tut iili i w tii th only mde western sl ar J was relations T vern- un nt I t a n t L n 11 v i L ized until lui jj p  h 11 j i of tins riu-t no Unit was. lost m eiu-nJing to tliL n w povi rnrnuit a full ar d cordial wile liiU) the family of 11 xit L imin innealt 8 H w confl dentlj be vM tl it ti trio] rclat 01 cf tlw two countries will Iv i rvtd an! that the future will H llnette ai 11 rea.v I int n icj jf mtercuurse and an expan i D jf Ui ir mutual commerce Bt'titli American The pPace of O ntral Amtnca disturbed a ttwng IB Sol yador whi it rf otl er states, and hostilities br ki1 ut SaUador and Guatemala, ttmau-nme to all Central America in conflict and to utdj the which bad been made t nard a union of their m tereete eff rto of tm, v.rre promptly and uhlj exeru d to compose th ir differences anl through tl e active efforts of tbe representative of the Lmted States a provisional treaty of peace was signed AUK whereb) the right of tbe republic of Salvador to cl oose its Owu rulera was recocnizey Crcn ta thecbief tbe proviM ma! government, has mnce beea confli med In the presidency by tbe assembl} and diplomatic recognition lulj fallowed The killing of 0 n Bai rundid on board the Pa- cific mail sUainer Acapulco vvlul anchorei in transit m the of San JOSH de Guatemala, do- fnaiwlixl rAreful inquiry Having failed in a revo- lutionary attempt to invade Guaten aU from M  and at the same time this govei nmeut th rt ugh itA lega tion at Peking has sought to arrange various matters and comj lalnts touching tbe and protectlr i )f our citizens In lima In pursuance of tin louturrciit resolution of Oct 1 1800 I 1 iv r d to th K vmnnenrs of Mexico an i I .it Hi Uin t ton i U r a i v n tioiml regulatio 'tli i i (fChinnu labor ere across our s mt l in an I n rtli rn fmnti n On the ?.M (11} if 1st Ks s r r tinun I M son the arbitntor Mululed uu ler tbn treaty of Dec 0 18W renlirnl antvnrltn be effect that no tomp nsiti n I i fr nn tli I) inisb gov ernmt ut to tin, I n 1 I Si on a i, unt f w bat is co i me nh in HIL Carlos rfleld claim onouraml abh r Inti ins ivitli Pranee andonthcSin in sit ntnn f II n afttrvvbich TIlF CBtVPIOVSHIP TP I1T together and thtin for 87 S osson followed aud In cireful play rolled up 41 po nu iefer thereafter a brilliant aud steadv game and gradually but surelj drew away from S 1 o s s o n who could not seem to gather himielf aud do himself justice The score by innings folh Schaefer 002 0 0 8 87 39 28 3 3 7 1 17 0 6 73 12S 1 13 H 1 73 9 0 2- 30 1 44 0 80 3 1 31 6 2 2 15 and game lotal 600 20 1 0 1 0 41 49 0 6 7 7, 8 0 1, 15 9 S4 10 S 1 8 0 4 g 42 Total 609 Schaefer 20 Slo-.-. n Highest Ub '-lesson 60 lime of hours and thirty five minutes ONE A Fatal 14 32 0, 0 25 30 3 33 Ji ta 10 GO FIREMAN KILLED 01 D GEMXUUN." Theie Morel. Weie Applied to Glad.tone Parnell Ihluku Hli to See UK In of the Promised Land u Keason ible Oue LONDON U c scenes around the parliament bull lings jestcrdaj dilllliK tha session of the Paruellius Here almost uu precedenled Crowds of members and re porters the corrulors awaiting news Hut 01 e man was ad mitttd Mr Pnrnell seemed m unusually good spirits Dm ing the debate those out- Bide plaiuh la ud Mr btxtou shout angrl ly Iu respoi ne t) a remark of Mt Paruell, We are }our comrades not your slaves It is surmised bv those familiar with Mr Paruell s metho Is that he has been trying to delay mat ten a.s much as possible by keeping his enemies m London while hus party agents ire working like beavera among the i c i le in Ireland Ifbjmeof his were to go over and take the btuuip against him at this crisis his cl auces of success would greiitlv diminished Adviees from the Irish cities states that the declaration of the envoja to America against Paruell has had a marked effect In turning sentimeut away from him Tbe Wedding Hied Mr Paruell it is sul has alresd) ap pointed the wedd U0 da) about six m ;ntl s hence for himse J aud Mrs O Mica I host who h ne n it the p r aj tl the) ate much devoted txj each otiur and that Mrs O bhe i s one ami H on for >e irs has been to becLii e Mrf. 1 u I ell tl dt will e she deplores tl J ulltleal efleet of the ex posure she s more thau e ei sated bj the prcspect of uuiou U) the man of her choice O snea about fourjears older Uiau I'arueU It IH said that she had evidei ce ani! 1> sullicieut to have defeated the suit foi divoicc b> proving nether own luuoeuHe but her hubbauu s guilt, but bhe desired nothing to stand m the way ot gaum g Parnell tor a htiabaud A Stonuj Meeting About entj members of the Irish parliamcnuirv part) attended the meeting yesterda) aiteuioon ihe meetinj, was a very sturmy one Ihe {neuds ctf Mr Par nell made desperate efforts to readjourn the conference to Dublin where they urge so grave a question as the leadership of the Irish part) should properly be decided but bextou aud Ilei) warml) opposed the plan lor the mmont) Mr Red tnoud ttel) appealed to the repre seutativeb of Ireland iu the Brit parha ment to before the) cast aside the great leader vv i ose abilitv hesion to tneir orfcauization and to then Hi He 1 tint at the time of Mr Par- nell 6 i u the divorce matter was t ries. ol .Ncl' No Ihey allkie i what manner Mr dladstones letter had been withheld from their kiiowl edge, aud jet at the bidding of the English Liberals, they wauled to sacrifice the Irish I I b) n l 1 V tu t U i it 1 VM 11 t I la i tu auuthti i t ier 11 u k them I ll ci i i ti L.IVCII I t! 1) iblln V l.adii klllui bit) has st il IIH as hi st 1 the H lllltt ui lavs j, e I v 1 il that h t iir ei I v vvui 1 ul liet I st k i n 1 in but allu v 1 ti Id n toau bouori 1 a e i ithei -tet int tht shues ul a pull I vvevn grivelis IHUIS hid v i v enieut nu 1 v eu mi i LIS the u ipate and Very Expensive Blaze Manayunk PA Pun Dec. last even mRinth uianuf icturmg esUb lishment nf the A Campbell Mauufactur ing comi in> cotton jams located ou the caual bank at the foot of R u street Mamjunk did damage amounting to 1300 000 One fireman was killul and three others were badl) hurt by falling walls 140 foreman of 1 Company No 16 was bune 1 un ler a mass of bricks and timbers and inst intlj killed I he injured are Joseph Carter 46 of Engine Company ho 30 leg crushed Ldwm M bchofleld, 38, hose man skull fractured eg broken and injured inter nally John Colflesh, 46 hoseman injured m ternally Charles Hoskms and who were on an upper floor succeeded m working their way through the debris to a window and were safely lowered to the ground The three upper floors of the building were occupied b) Albert Crenshaw manu facturer of flannels and dress goods w hose stock was damaged to the exteut of about 000 The balance of the mill was taken up by the Campbell compnuv whose losses are about liV) 000 Ihe losses are proba bly nearly covered by insunme There were about 500 persons emploved in the mill all of whom escaped In safety when the fire broke out AT BAY IN A CAVE Thi n lliillib I tlinillllnn Tnnty. tn t r Mi n ill i II Ctonftnurd on Fmrft Pagf Pure. A of tutor Mklni ta' U. Three Ewnpod Prlion-rs Kc.lstliiu' Arrell In Count v I'n SOMFPSFT Pa Dee 1 Nicely, one of the four prisoni is w ho t Craped from the county jail on Saturdt) night, bas been recaptured and Is nj'ain locked up William Ferner ajouug farmer residing a mile from town who wn-i aiding in the search for the escaped pnsmu rs- returned home before da) light and found Dave Niccl) secreted under some Imv in hn sUble with his leg nid mm broken Nitelv surrendered without trouble He was almost dead from exposure and from his Injuries While eicnpitii: he frll fiom the rope breikiiiK a leg nud mi arm His companions carried him to Hrner'i stable secreted him and almndnuul him Dave says lui three companion- were also more or less Injured whije rmnpinK bin that they are now safe from their pursui rs Joe Queen the escnpmir prisom r vvlio fell from the top of the Jail to the iiml Is said to be djing from lujuriot ricnvcil One of the pursuers li is just r turned with tin storj thnt Jne Nuel) kevspr anil Hambersou Imvc been traced t" a uivo in the mountain just over Ihe relnnil count) line vvhire tin) art' suiri iiiiildl They had arms ammunition nud food placed there In adviimi and mm h clifll culty will be rumul in I iheni Them is now no doubt th it k. Hamlxrsiti who were I null trivuil offens-es were in the drop bud Kirn cm the and lommiii I of (cnses with Ihe objpi I in v n w o( b, placed in j ill so that ine> eoul 1 iissiit in the si aj c Struck by Trnfn Dec 2 A carringr owmdnnd driven h irtos FrelcTit and iuMplid by Anna kpnna 1'Ursttl ami Mm MeMinuH xvas strut k by a bhore m nliorllt lifter noon 1 ho car rmne wassin ishnl and Mrs Kuinn h id rib brikui nud tin olhir two lttdii-4 re In whooplnu coiinh II Import nt to remedy it once it li loiiuli fur bill bettor uny medicine dlKOftiMl Oil f  to Mr McCaithy followed Mr Parnell He expl nn tl his visit to Mr Ola Ktotie Mr Gladstjne told him tvat he tledisor. i ii uion of the Irish p ntv but he could u t rcgarl bun as represi ntmt. thepartv- and tleretore could i t treat with him He would olftr no sug0fstion sign DO document uo message to IH convejtd to the pirn He slid he co il not TIIV d jcument with an) cert nun that it miulit uot be 11 mted b) some 01 t of those concerned Mr McCmth) aK saw Sir W Hircourt who did n jt sav tl it 1 e wi uld not make i promise of anv kn d to an) Ir su membei 1 ut s p v su 1 tl it in view of Mr Pal rill s m i if t j 1 e w n d not give anv b h verbillv ur in wilting assutan e which wen tu be bi u_l t to the notice Mr Pin 1 to tie niueral qui of Mr P mil s ret in _ Mr McL n I said tl e 1 i Im0 i n i 1 a 1 been Ins P n uell s; keipn l vie until now ll i Ha wardtn uvir Ulon The O slu ise Vot In Oilier Mr Parnillsa 1 u u Iv lamjirfi i 1) vvilli t) a hint tin blime but 1 i n that 1 Invc t 1 I n ill now before tl full m schli f vv is done attiin the mean j, al jourued until this iu n During vistii d ly s roue I ncs Mi Pirnell ruled i i t inlirnrn iifiitnci to Ins conduct in 1 h O -I H cT-e 11 I ij t him nil f q i l l u n i t w t tc speaker- n l I atr uoi (In irril nltli Iltulj Mr I ir I 1 imstlt I u a m III i to a 1 lu nu ai tl It lint 1 ll tl tl t is I i 1 I wilhtut t ill i, f i l t i us Mi II iU l_r ustt 1 I U Mi Pu nell 1 tl nt III a I un meat iitrrltd ilr Ik lU u M I tl it Mr M ai tal e tl t i i it I ttis Ml Pail ell 1 huvt un letl thi i nir Mi lit i II tn ul tlit q itati n i i it itiaiks Mr Inn til i n ill ll t si on uu a Ij mint t A lua w j nt) I m fa r 1 M I tii must r 1 li it dent tl it it w is bus i iss t t m e i I coutn in .u 1 tl 1 s I _ i j l i t I I I 15 EAST STATE STREET. I it t idi bv thr v llll t si 1 l I I I I rluln d I HI I >t v, irk I k 1) L I uih is t l Nation il le L, le 1 bt i f tl e lutu i it 1 a c Mr 1 at n ll 1 rue bt st li the cltv O Bt uu Dillon and assoc ales h ue 14, nott 1 the N ilional lea ue a 1 n do s s l -ulted all Us muni is I [rovclu L.I itet ll to the Amu i lush ornat iza ti i s th it h 1 so n u I 1 i them II I c Jin] li i 1 th 11 nil, ovul lid lln al i 1 in tit w u I 1 t l 1 t r tl un 11 il I on niiiv u t bi in sit 1 i 11 in lei stood e siu_( t t i c i veutioii ol the U i_ 1 1 L n lie 1 Ir 1 societies to link i e lull hue dUl stone the Ur I s i L n ol Paiuill tbe Irish pit lot as [h iss le has uou uar ilsclf 1 u t i in i l snils Ktliu Preslliut leme iiiaiih Irish National League News at Chicago (uirvtjO Uei J Ihe evening which acctrd to eitati "lls tl I'tt ''L quc-ioiasl ticflturi leal f tl li -h i aili unentarj p irtv to 1 in i II ill Us i tu to D lloll tt 1> mi t h it eo WINTH1U fiTYTiHi DMl SEAL TURBANS, SEAL CAPS, YOUMAN'S HATS A SPKCIAUT. THE w r i HE I BRtXI UEHS. 66 arren 8U York. Price 60 cts.1 Ml YQS'I1 WHITING MAOIIINK No Ribbon. Direct Printing. Perfect Alignment II I 1 I I J 1 n 1 l r Iho il 1 dent of the N i l L Ih rd t me wi ho i k li t op L tLe t j putitiuu witiiiu tlie L t I di t l-io u klUi S Olt lUl lilt ill U Of Ulf I tu lirtt due i  tu ilesti i> int i> uu Bill bill i Hill h IH t t U t V sit mt it In ut uuK u i aiHl i 01 1 l i ut 1 i K x ll UiliHlv uif of t-vi v lit. li i- i I in i n lo rtlliln 1 u i f tlifin U a HUM I UH'ltistumt la fill mt <1 4tu n i Tit i< t I hi, n Duliliu cl) tu tetl uu IIH i il lo fLtnv In ti Itnn tu do rarncil Itittrr llt-pn t ur to conn ftinl manu tin (lit CAtAKRh t icnlOrutloni1 me tot t It en ro  nu mailelntlK I I will MtM. s Ono Dollar I M'PKKFIVF i Kr u ,nnisl tnhell i lent nil) be fnini I-O CAMKRA'S Fine Confectionery Store, ace N J Fancy frnlla. Ire HnlM. vllk Af nn hand ana i that lx> lir1 iiiilt (or nil JUG I 'F lr'i) 'I'.wnM of at E. Challenger Co., HESKRAI AOKNT8, NO 1407 CHWflNOT 8TEEET Philadelphia, Pa SEND FOR CATALOOUK Both the metl >fl and results Vlien i up f is talon, it is plea> xnt nid lefroihiug to the tiistt. and acts jet pinmptlj en the Iviihiejs, Liver anil dt in-ti the era eflcituilh, di JH'I c head i lies and leu is :u 1 cm s h ilntual in tijiliii'. Sirup (f 13 the onU rtmeily of it-> kind ever pro di tod, pit to the tasto and ac ciptilile to Tlie sloinioh, pionipt in it- action siiid trtil, beneficial in its tl'tc's piepared irom the Kjllby and afrroealile itR nitnv excellent qnilitu' cunimenil 't to all anil 1m e nude it tbe most poj nlnr renu Ln nip of 1 It r sale in ROc and 81 bottles In ill leading gi'-ts Any reha1 le may not have it tn bind pro- cure it promptly f r any one who to try it. Do not accept anj substitute, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRJP CO. SKH FRANCISCO Oil Louisvitif n H r No Charge for Teaching. will teach you to rlile tree of rharge, with nn coinlttloiiB 1-------' IIM3 THIS MAN Bonglu bn AMFKICAN AND TAILORING woald act how mncn wind thtongh his e Beji tht but EC8T TASLOR-MADE j'tnach Uu prios. O t 1 8AMPI-E OVEKCOATb i i oj.kjl., our 5 ar tu, for Uta qnirMII lor Chlldrtn'l f n, i, 1 OLOTHINut M C h. u h.. t >ie i) witi, Md ughi The Real Estate, Safe Deposit Trust and Investment Co., WHITE CYCLE CO. 118 N BEOAD STREET, TRENTON N J. Mnrhlniii ifull Hu Trlcyolo MSO Hmmd liaud Bt Ins prlowi I nil un. I nee UK 1KKNTON, N J Transacts a general banking business Allows interest on deposits, subiect to check at sight Rents boxes of varions sires in flre s id burglar proof vanlte, the renter exclnsive y keeping the key Acts te agent for collecting rents lor purchase or sale of real estate Executes trusts of every description, ae Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Troa tee, etc Loans money on mortgage on col lateral Agents for Cheque Bank of London Cheques for sale, good in all parts of the world HUGH H. HAMIII, President U ENEY S Li 1 1 LK, Vice President. ABA F SKI EM Secretary RAKKEB QDMEEB JB., Treasurer Win i AM U MOOBE, Cashier. Hugh H rUmill, Barker Qniamere, Esq Barker Gummere, Jr Waeb'ii A BooMing, H 8 Little, 8 Meredith Dickinson Edward Orant Cook, 8 T N Adams Harry Ropers, Jam es Buchanan, Owen H Lscke, L B Bisdon, J B Oisklll, Edmand C Hill, Albert AT J. B. PA n la Tonthlnl Impm Tonni oont-'inplatlnf rd :.r Mxllral K-mk. Henl 01 .Mlptnf an lUmp ooi illation boon "AM III J F. H linm t P M Hint P Broad Street 1'KOMI'T AlTHNTIONIilVPN PAT- ENTS, CVVI.MX TRADE MAltK.s, INFMirniKNCES, AND ALLonir.U STOODART CO., 613 615 7th Stroot, N. W. (Opposite l' I'lltnl WAHHINUTUM, D C. W A I.I.I Po U Dollfl' fho and flnc't HI trr bo found iu the whole Doll wigs, and doll l of ever? t Ind Dulls that do every hlng hut Kll  iiiimtdurafcio tli tr Bt niailo in the inaikd Flue Ind (am ru larm Din, (ineM Hosiery ml nmii) unefiil promnU arrivim now day (hildroni and InfanU' O itflu our upe natv Hand knit Womtwl (lo> a i nfiil sawrtmi'iit New a n vaU aim in mlvwi and children i hati anil t All i Uf are the very brut ohUinal lo ami pri ea ALL H BEA9LEY OOUNSFI OB AT LAW, 143 East State Street, Trenton, N J JOHN H BACKES COUNSELOR AT T AW lo Ritchie Building corner State and Warren stte v BST FRONT STHKKT F APPIFHATE GRADUATE OPTICIAN, Corner Btate and WurreM SAM Rlchoy BulHi I 4PM 1RKNTON N I The Eye A Specialty Om Ho rtcil8 iu V ANMNO tEWK DlilRRH IN P H -Jnit received a lot Black BILK Mufflen for Indie" and genla N'J1 or ALL THE TRENTON JOB PRIMING NO TIME8 HeateiB, Ranges and Haruv Qoneralijr MIXED BHAIIES) Broad anil Centre HOME INDUSTRY IND BIT THI Trenton Watch. The mot reliable watch for the money Call and lee the large amortmenl at THI ABI JKWKl FK, 190 Perry Stroot, Opposite Trinity H R Ohuroh Korns Mains Have been "ilgne l the .or tint Referee Safety, And Intlte frlcn In anil all UkulnUimt Inrjillim lout >p IB and xiumlne It at the Cor. Warren and Mill Sts.   

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