Trenton Times, December 5, 1890

Trenton Times

December 05, 1890

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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey Qfrenian YOU IX. NO. 2485. I'KKNTON, FRIDAY AKTKKNOON, DKCtfiMKKK 5, 1890. TWO CKNTO K Absolutely Pure. PARNELL IN STAlUQUO. Still Running Things All His Own Way THH ILKMS OF HIS If He T Mr Parnell, Lord Salisbury declared that the laud question would be a subordinate one if the Irish parliament had control of the police, because the con trolofthe polace includes the control of all legifaliitnn m toward to property Mr Gladstone s proposals were ingenious, and he was snri r sfd that Parnell's virtue had compelled him to refuse them Had they been carried into effect landlord m Ireland would ha% e concluded that it would be a very advantageous bargain to sell his lands at one tenth their present value, (Cheers and laughter Sympathy for Parnell. Lord Salisbury showed at great length the objections to allowing self governed Ireland to send thirtv. two members to in- terfere in Eugl sh politics after the revela- tions made recently touching the kind of men Irinh representatives are, and remind- ed his audience that when the English government was defeated it was always by a majority much under thirty two His lordship debated upon the folly of entrust- ing the eminent of Ireland to such men Mr Gladstone, he said, proposed to withhold land legislation How long did he suppose that would be possible? An Irish parliament would refuseswpphes and then what would he do? Dwelling upon what he called the pol icy of double shuffle" the speaker de- clared that the disgusting details of the O'Shea divorce case were not the real cause of the antagonism between the powerful furies now ranged agaiust each other Mr Gladstone was bent upon tbe impossible enterprise of uniting the English Liberal, who is dead against separation, and the Irish Nationalist, w ho cares for nothing else He only succeeded while things were qu'et by reticence and the use of arnbigu ous languago "I care not M s ud his lordship, "whether Pnrnellwius or not It maybe a weak ness of human nature, but perhaps I pre- fer a man fighting desperately for his life to a crew w horn he has made, aud who are now against him italfour's Help for Ireland. In the house of commons last evening Mr Balfour moved a vote of 000 to pro vide seed and potatoes for distressed Irish cultivators Ihe monej, he explained, was not to be distributed as a gift, but as a loan Any one paying read) cash for the seed potatoes provided by the government would receive a discount of 20 ner cent J Ibis 11 bin i 1 i u l i i ji i IK UKiiiurtH which th' gi im nt i nn n utd (ur the purpose uf IIH ting the i i j dia tress U was now clem ih n a tie inter progressed there would bt a u snare Upotl tbe poor law nut h i b be unable uloue to cope, with Lhe tioublt) Ibe government, propose 1 tu u 1 tht in b> employ ing hi I or on tbe c nil i in u n of rail a iu the tuuntn.3 >f IK K.Urrj, balnay Majo Uuncgtl and Ur- Ibe contractor 1 employ tbc pe j L in tht vicinity of then as a i ule an 1 w here the} lodged them at the w i ks 11 i} would send weekly remittain es t tin 11 f unilit" in the localities sullem ited Other loi the relief ot tin. Inxh sufferers b) means uf public w iks would be undertaken Col >.olan usstd ap prouil of Mr Halfoui s inupj-.il Mr i Morley commended tin tf Mi Hal j foui'n statement but was of opu 10 tb it I intibod m which tbe undt 11 ikiuus wt f to be tarried out would dHtre-i-, the cuuii try financiallj Ihe vote, IK The Clam y Compromise a tiouahst partv until recalled consists of Messrs Paruot In It." At the opening of the meeting Mr Par nell declared that he coul 1 not bind him self to retire until he coul 1 see Mr Giad stone's reply He insisted ihit bis posi tion had been granted him not mereij as leader of tbe party, but .13 leader of the nation, and was derived front a train of circumstances wherein, with the greatest respect for his they had no share and on account of his sen ices in assimilating and soothing tbe prejudices and discordant elements of tbe Irish race He added "You know and I know that no man living, if I am could succeed m reconciling the feelings of the Irish to the H.uvafHen proposals Mr Parnell then submitted a resolution that the party will accept no home rule unless it gues Ireland immediate control of the police anil power to deal w ith the land question He wanted it full} under stood that if Mr Clancj s resolution was accepted and the Liberal replies wei found natisfactor) he would place himself m their hands Mr. Healy Scores Mr Put nell. Mr Parnell having suggested the com mittee Mr Healy expressed imazcmental Mr Paruell's extraordinary spetch and protested against adding a-new condition to the Llano} amendment He said Mr Parnell wdiited to withdraw the question of the leadership and substitute the ques tion of home rule Did ho think they were children'1 They could depose Mr Parnell, and he would tell Mr Parnell that he was no better than the majority of his party Mr Healy continued to make bitt' r references to Mr Parnell's present attitude Pro ceedmg to discuss the circumstances of the bill of be declined that they could not do more now than they did then Mr can with coinage Mr with millions of men and artillery, but without them theie is no alternatne but as in 183ti to accept Liberal proposals or suias-U the cabinet" Hebe lifcvca iheio would be enough statesman ship-left m the majority who opposed Parnell to tike a course as states manlike us tli it of ISttu Hie dtb ite waxed angry Mr Hoily twitod Mi Parnell with his allusion to Mr (rl i Is one as a "garrulous old in etc Mr Stxton said he had listened to Mr H uly with piercing disappointment and He asked Mr Pnrnell if he would rt sign if a majority voted to accept Mr dlaUfono's reply Mr Parnell replied, 11 tainly Mr Buny asked for a furtlui t xplana tion I f stated my position w it b dis tinctness, aud I will further said Parnell Mr Barrj repeat ed that he was not satisfied ou tho ques tion of a com in iltee He preft rrod to have Mr Purnell witbdraw ou the ground that he had taken a contentious part Mr Barry's objections were Mr Healy asked who hnd broken alliance with the Liberals? Wtw it not Mi Par ntll hinimlfP Col Nolan slmutid Ulad- fjpnn K I tt r Mr Ht it uer Urtor powder. High Mt Of in .la.ngth U. B. GoT- B.port, 17, In croup and whooping oough it Is import ant to have a remedy at once at hand Mint is reliable and tafe. Hirea' Cough nro fills the bill better than any medicine that has ever beon discovered. iHneu ui me su IK n ui UIL uivui e uit Mr Utah i t n to sav that Mr P u itll had bespat u i d Mr dltulhiont with null mil wanted UKIII lu go hand MI haul and ask Mi dl i Ni L jl f he w i il 1 leave for New ;rk -.t i 1 all tin lush en vojs aie itill o upvitip, UiLir qi Liters at 'ho (jiaii 1 Piiullt h ittl Ihe i uf un nf is due tu i d ueh Hcnved bum Ju-.ui! Mi ailh) lu 1 1 e fli l 1 1 at a aoluli >i Mle siiu, 1 Hi i v is ntg 1 1 d wun 1 i n it IH the nt r u in iN t ur I it coun trj ut s i 1 1 1 ii K tin hi il p jsi tion or s h r ct 1 th se i f i s nit rnbers w hose it ires were 1 tu the autl P u mil inaniit ito DEATH ON THE RAIL Two lifers Kfltf-d unit Several In Si Lous Dec o Ihe Chicago and Al ton through KHIIS LS Litj expn SH ailed the Huinuif w as rim into a abash coal train at 2 o cluck at Jacksonville Junction UN I wo passeiweis wire in f-tantl) killed and SIK otheis s badl) scalded Ldw ird Giles, of Mount ruon, Ills head mashed, James L Clark of Boston Mass ri broken and internal injuries Ihe injured were taken to the Jack-r illc hi -pital MIH I? ami) was much pros train! bv the -hock and somewhat bruised, but fa he w ab e to go on It a I-Htal Dec Ihe swiuhman at the Grand I runk station at Lichme mis took the western express for the Lachine train and pvMtched it onto th( wharf track Before the mistake was dis engine had jumped into the river 1 he baggage c ir huua b( t the wharf and the wattr aud the rt ir rp- iii ained on tht trick Joseph liirse is miKsing aud is undoubttdlv drownel Iht hrunan jumped into the river an 1 esc iped THE USE OF THE LYMPH A >ew I'hjHlci in Dest ribes the I poii a Patient Dec rj tieatment of patients w ith Dr Kot h s curative remedy, begun here hj Di I P C Foster, has cruiUd a t.re it dial of and farge of plnsmais f nd others inter csted in me subject have called at the lh( es f f tl P d ctor-, in eiitirgp (if the cases In Kpt ikiiik. of the experiments Di Foster i d In selecting i suljjf ci ft r tieatment wt i o-e i m n who w is ill cted w itli juiuiJi inbi uulo'-is whicli w i> prettv nratha t wh i ia li at 4 JO o cluck ror fifteen mill tl tie u u i o effect ind at the end j[ th it time the patient beBau to have a fev i r I IH umperiture lose for an hour and i ]prt fc enntii fAd ar the it a 1 1 ed foi about inree ht urs and a half wht nit burin toful and as it fe 1 Uie b j. in t (it i t In a few hours af e said the tenqiei ilurc bee mie uui mal ind since u in iimd so hen the tt m f i it are bee line nun IM I the reac Lion f lie in dicine WHS ovt r altnough its full iftec's i innot be determined forborne tune jet, nd aft r several n ore niocul i t ons are male Ihc patient si lured little i anv, pain Ihe oulj sensiti n lie claims lu h ivc felt was in the region of the affect- ed lung and was a sort he could not ex lie knew something w is going on it the heat of the disease, but could not de scribe the fie in g 1 wo moiepa'ients have been inotul ued and will jeceive daily treatment EIGHT BODIES RECOVERED Many Mt n Crushed to Di ith in a Jollet It last J nrnace JOIIFT Ills Dec 5 teinble acci dent with 1 of life h w occinred at the bhiHi furna e of the Illinois Iron ind o unpanj s vvllowing were fatnllv injur d Put ni k Killicn I'etir Krickson and August s uison Ihe missing as fu as known art. O LniL.1, Iiedenck Miller, John fc.Lres.KUck aid John Mulusstudis Ihc nit i all be longed to (hi upnr guig itud are mostly S w e d s An 1 mini tivi >llniiUs O Dec Ihe L nited .Stahs i SH messLti 1 1 left a saclit 1 con tainiiu thousand dollars in pack luiivin, up in tin nflice fit tht Haiti more ind Uhi depot wlnln he sti out on bnsint s Hi locked the door 1 ul when lit rt turned fivt in i mitt s iifti r the door was 1111 w iiuuli IH the loss Dt ti ctn es arc at, work This thitrliuil M inn t H Hit Funny MtTHUr! I1U, Dec r> -Mr and Mrs Samuel two popular nng people were married and liKsdnj niglit n gang of rulTlans Riirnmnded t In house to give them a charnan I ho In nit fainted on hearing the hideous noise and la> uu const ions m hours Ilei h is band, f MI ing she wns dend boranip and it is feared his in ill I H TMJS TRENTON TIMES 1 h r SAY THEY ARE STARVING. The Sioux Indians Appeal to Their "Great Father AM) I SI HIM 01 IU1) r U11I. Hollow Iltiin Iteur Ih.il Ihiity of I', op1.'' 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AM >M J Dec Ihe Fifth infintr) )i is received orders to repair ill once to tlip 01 two an i LUL f, i u il directions, but n u il} to t IKL the iu Id in person THEY TWISTED THE LION'S TAIL A I Ight Hetwten the Fortueuene and Hiitish Nrar Lupe Tuwu Ue "i Advices from C ipe Town under d ite of the 8th ult are to tht effect that tht I'oitiutiese had seized Mus tacas Krial af er having pulled down the flag of Gieat Butam aud hoisted that of Portug tl CAJAKkh 1' knt! aot 10011 ftntf It cannot 1 uc I OT vs ill lut lull hull J in Unquiet III Hr.zll Hi i I iM 1 1) NotiMthtt that tht il ll lit) the prfitltiit jiuil tin mm si is rtt, tiling tht ptinisti nifut of tht. ill ets tht. ulhtt of Ihe Inbuilt litis bttu siitisfactoritj ur ranged tht t tj tunlniues to be nutated itud ti M ps fut pttrullitig the streeta tu luaiutain ortler I lit prtss deinauds thai the furnisii guarautties for tht piestrvatiun of its libeitiey Stuulenion 1'leatltd Guilt) liLfl VLti Die r> the court martla! whlth convened here C apt Salidewou's case wan tht unlj one ctuirfdered Oapt bandersou pleatletl guilt) to tht t.h irxe o: breach of mihuir) distnlmt, autl thi court octiiiued the stssiou in deliberation ou his cast 1 Ue detlbiou Till not be made kuowu until approved the war depart ment A lit Chenter CiiESTUt, I'll Dec 5 enmjer dead in her room with 1 tr throat cut aud a large cheese kuife htrsidt She is to have commute 1 suicide though then is no apparent rtaso i for such an act, au( some behtxcl Mit murdered Tbi coroner s juo are unestigatmK The Hat Lutkmit Broken DAHBI Pi (.onn Dtt locknu of the trimmers h ts parahztdtht hat trjldo h rt fc r has bte trroken Hns t >t tlnsi n ha-sbtt-n re tchet by conctsMons on btth sidts Ihemauu facturtrs n r e 1 to rt tbe ol Finishers ass ]tti natillnpaj thtiuun der the agreenitni 111 fortt 1 tst Tried In 1! ,i -Mining Tn.ln Bosits I) i ni 111 nit 3U suj [iiisid lib V iUi i HIM r- in strei t r I i 1 i i i tl txt n I in i It 1 in i 1 li i r h I k i u i l i the niPllird and results when i n of n faken; it is pleasant ml njf to the anil acts )tt jnoniptly on the nnd cli the mi elltituilh, di jii oils liead- ulies and and tuna liibitual t instipation (f I iga is the "iily remedy of its kmd ever pro duted, pleismg to the taste and ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt iu Its act.on and truly beneficial hrits elects, prepared oi.ly from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and mide it the most popular remoth known. nip of id for sale in 50e and bottles by all leading drug Any rein1 le druggist -who may not have it on hind pro- cure it promptly i >r any one who wishes to try it. 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