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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               tent VOU IX. NO. 21UI. ONCE MORE THEY SPEAK. Another Manifesto from the Visiting Irish Envoys STILL 1MMIHL 10 Mil 1'VHNLLL Hi. at 11. Hum lliat Without Irrlnud Hope of Kmuniiputloii I. Furuell li'K111 to Lulled Ireland. DIBLIN lk  consented to being m terviewtd regard to the seizure ot he L Lited luland office and ita reuipture the preceding niRbt in hisname Hesa tl 1 am mcM kuth to sptak on what IN to me, in auy aspect a heartbreaking sub- ject but there are some uiibstatemeiita la the iiewHpipeFs which I must correct It is stated tbat ihe edition which Mr Par nell attempt to buppress by force cou turned bitter personal attacks upon him self I cannot b h ve that to be true uu less ill) spidfc orders weie di-Megarded 1 cabled the following to the manager Donnelly Hit) Instructions It i urty 0 (i lert in favoi of Mr Parneli hand ofer to ai y d agent or Mr Paiuell H parly dtrciden hs ieadt rsb p supp rt our views modeiutel) but Btieouousl) avoidn g all unkiu'i lai guage or Mr I ornt I personally and permit to j feie I t- frequently twice cabled the'actiog editor Mr Bodkin enjominj, him to wee that m'1 ing offensive to Pur nell hh juld appear and f  of the shires Both thete statements are unfounded Ihe shares winch stand nominally in Ins name are less than half the ital of the compun) Mr Par uell Is not, tud has not been for nearly five years past a director of the company He to bn so it his own desire about five 3 ears ago for t IP evprt purpose of guard hntiBelf from all ptcuuiarj or criminal rpHponsiLiilUN f r the paper I hat respon sibilit) I mystlf nave borne wholly through- out all these years It IB not true that any director of the company accompanied him, and it is not true that those who forcibly took possession of Ihe Lnited Irelan 1 of fice with him had a shadow of legal author Ity for their proceedings His Words of Mild Reproach "As to the recapture which is reported to have followed, I can only surmise that some kind people of Dublin, who had not altogether forgotten me m uiy absence and who not forgotten the record of bulled Ireland, allowed their natural feelings to outrun their forbearance I spent the best years of my life m founding United Ire- land. For ten years it has, often almost handed, borne tbe brunt of three coercion acts. Words cannot Ull how mournful it is to me to think that after weathering many years of contm UOUB life and death struggles with Dublin cA-stle the paper should lu my absence, And while my hands are tied, experience such treatment at the hanels of the leader I all but worshiped But I am quite will and eager to forget this and all other pei sonal considerations it by any possible honorable means patriotic men on both sides can even yet succeed in staying the present fatal strife m Dublin NKWYoBK, Dec. following man ifeato was issued last evening by of the Irish envoys now in this city When we reached this country six weeks ago Irish cause was rushing to certain victory After five years cuuHououa and bitter struggle the coercion government baffled at eve y point of ita policy In Ireland and discredited by a series of Buggering blows at elections in every quarter of Great Briton It was confessed on both sides a general election must briug a home rule majority Ur Parneliiii his manifesto no other danger except the danger of a majority at a general election being too The dissolution of parliament could not be deferred beyond two years It would al most certA'nly t-aire place before twelve months Bat One Thing Tucking. All that waa to secure the triumph for whit-fa our people had waited so long and made such incalculable sacr flees wan that we ahould raise the necessary funds to preserre the evicted tenants from destruction and keep their organisation uncruahed so as to force the Coer clou government, to face the general election In toe same condition of nbject and confessed fail ure in which the gallantry of the tenantry bad kept it thioughout five years of incessant conflict with coercion An evicted tenants fund) that would bridge over the interval was all that was demanded The li ish race in America were enthusiastically mippljmg it In less lhan two wuoka nearly a hundred thousand dollars were subscribed in response to our apptals It wa-s certain that a sufficient sum wotil I be sub crib to put an end to the last hi p e f tlie coon i )niste and enable the Irish potp M to luvait the gt utrftl election with unbroken rmiks aud with confident. Hut Great Change Cnnie M hat is it that 1ms dashed the hopes of six That is thi q i si n the norld a ks Iiirihni i. i m I i ffa own con Bcienie n U it si t in i hour U li U liifl ccui red Jn the intet vil t Miink evei) Irish lu nrt tremble f irohorimg n nt the pro o t or thai general <_ie  Tbe of nell v bin cehs of d bet L u uf a gieit 1 lor tit au tioji exefci a L it ni J ero a UI-M uiiii Utnta or ou tb' part ot tntisli s aifbiiieu hdit i t tl p  of Mr I u i ell s I nan e aLd th all the tlcxte ay uni i pjwei of vtjkb he iu uiabLKr rt, yved frow the   polt which the inevitable tri uuip uf c er luu ft. the would upon our UBiiu peoj le Euvuyi' Cruel Foiitlon Our poiitiou lu thu alter Ul ft BpeciaJly cruel goe the anguish of ktxiug all ihe fi tuts of ft eury of buttle w lib of Ireifci d suddenly iud fatally Im pei ileu m veryhtur of Tictory b) a tor which we ire uwt ui the A est degree re- Kpuuiiible acd wtiicli our from Ireland i uidera LW pet help to coutrui. Even if every private aad public uitertujco uf our poiic ical liTon had uut aiteeted BinterUy of our ktf wtlJeat will Mcurcdy tu overthrow his ItuderihUp without tenLflt tausta at a inouieut when a fevr mou'h- uf united ao Uou would lo aud when I'KlflNTON, FKIDAY AKTKKNOON, OKCiLMLBKU U. 1890. FIVE TIMES A MURDLRER. TWO ORNTH u LLU ma UwvotBii followers of a grtrt ka u 1 b> t N u live of ttt LltMuaushlp U well ttb uM uu r tliuc musl Uetcrmiue fit Ulod itoae tu muke the giem LruwriluK athlovemeut of bin life u work of touiplety and IlriaJ lecoa Liliutloii between the tnu touutrlea our ouce rencuelfiom lu preseot dlldlj peri our ruu iuay reit assured that Tlni.Ii the it. uderuenb uf tleToted 4j will tw If Tt in e t heal whatever wo Imvt bccu 1 ill ud m the beat uf aud ty do ju tl e tu Mr Paiuells geuius and hts wurk 10 tl i Ire tmd muy drop u teui over the ei ry h f a j a s jimto hour aud rvm mber only ht g tai 1 i 1 i u u d IMJIII leader of meii who To d tlit. 1 H cause p u( ptd in helplessness ud de u nr 1 hobti u m baa 1 lie I that (_au.be Uie i luiiac f power auti of ti umoh Charles Jophn Kills a. Quintette and Suicides BAMil K Mil 1 HI I OU1> I'M U't At tlit and tl t I t fiui t teeth r L uie uu 1 1 1 Manlml Landed but Allt-ueJ fewln Get 4WHJ -wt aojpi mvotve Ibe I We may I uf IrLnb race rnugl IUM of tiie treiuaudoufi Inter Kvftdvd ure perhftpfl Ltaia] uf the kour a paLirut attention from our touDtryi' wt do the unly th og U left in our power do (o fcltl them m tiiia momeDtuuB to upoa UIAU oiii (.OQTicliou Uial tfr 1-aruell s de- pi rabU of muuny on the part of b a collf AguM Md trracbvry oa Mr Oladntoue'a part aro bn tltM and uurrai sidt issues raiuod up for purpose of dirertiuK Lh9 judgu eut of impnlsive Inatimen from the real wbieb evtry nan of lr "t> blood wUl huT9 the duty t-f i renouncing muf n the next few Herka {he in Bt s  hij and hu That iseue IB H bei her it IB human ly p SBI l Je lo w IB the general e ecu m under Mr Paine! leude BUII T and if the iuub of the la the cerum aud LuiiLip of reta umg h ni, caa Mr Furum! hiuifitii or aoy r uuaJ h being huueatly face the future to any ray uf defluiu hope, to eustn our uuhappy lo la Went for the Trust. D Ills IJec IJ J M Iboinp1! n mailer of the IllmoH State Grange lu his nunual ail Iress paid bis re snects tg tbe newl) orgatiued Amerlcau company in severe terms scout- liiH tbe idea that its object was to cheapen the coat of iiiachiuerj to the farmers He said that itwus rutlier to prevent succebsful competitiou and hold up prices, aa the p ileutb on much of the machinery are about to expire uud like the sewing machine, prices must go down unless com biuatious are made to keep them up, that the obj ct of these men Is to better their own condition at the expense of the farm ers 1 he protection of the farmers 19 in selecting men of their own class to repre- ,eat them The Flint Olui Outlook II Dark. PlTToBlRG Dec U -At the regular monthly mei'ing of the Flint Glass assc- mtlon in this city the reports from the lableware trade were veiy discouraging since NOT 1 tbe trade has fallen below par, tud nine tableware factories in the Ohio valley closed down indefinitely Van jus causes were assigned for the unfavora bit condition ot business. The principal ause however wan the passage of the auti itery bill b> congress, which compelled 1 e groceries nud other like institutions to Jitcoutimie the gift feature of their trades 1 hln demand upon the manufacturers of ,lass tableware and novelties, which surprisingly large, hm ceased, Prealdentfal Nomloatlona. president has to tl e senate the following nomlna- lons Naval constructor, Theo D Wil- ton b S N, chief of the bureau of con itruction and repair and chief constructor jf the with relative rank of commo lore Postm ibters New Hampshire P Andrews Great Falls, Fred E. Barrett Keene 7 Merrill, %S Connecticut Ohas L Darnelsonville Penn A Thompsm Media, lamin JelTrln West rraukTT lirltton Oorrj Jerry Crary Sin ffleld The BUI Dec the house the   b> another word the aaiou wbich the uf ihe Iruh represen- tut buve fell tbeuiaelves cOtimd to rake at the of their ewu nmnifebt desire and in resistance of owu x> the manufacture of counterfeit lies an 1 the bill to provide a penaltj for heftltcratun of election returns with in the result The bill to m- itmnifj purchasers of swamp lands was iebated without final action It Absolutely Pure. V A 01 of tarUr iKklng (it of all In I-'- ndtr, Hlfl> U. B. Bn- A ArraigDment of ParneU ID cumparmoa with the awful isaue at tlie freedom or tbe m serahle subjugation of Ire- lan 1 for the present Kcueiatiou there ta no ad and niiaundentAnd nga oj both --idts which may be helped to b lot) li miserable aoii calami tous Vie are uut to dwell upon Mr Pai nell 8 regrettable upon the honor of colleagues wuo were proud lo Dear tlie taunt of senility m their UBoWerrlur fidelity to his ban ner Still less need we Insist upoh the gross and almost Incredible method! be lias beon dnren to adout lo aolemn vo ce of the Irish party and to d fy the will of the major ty of that party uu violation of the fundamental pledge of that party uulty of principle of con stltulioual freedom AH these questions pole be- fore ihe gicat lnaue mau uf the Iiwh race b now summoned to ilelerniine uudtir tbe most sacred acoountabilicy t 1 ia own conscience and to our ancient cause With Ir sh prople alone the detei mmation miLit rest, aud a di aster even greater than a mistaken Terdict would be a verdict which would not be prompt and decisive on one side or the other They Will Bow to the Sentence. Haviug now discharged, ko tbe best of our power the unenviable duty of placing the issue before our emutrymeu in its simplicity and iu all us i iiiniii u le if the Irivh peof I deliberately make up tbeir minds te sacrifice the general eiec Hon i] smKs Mr GUdstone from public life re pel the Br tish people from our side and face ail liter q mrter of a century of parliamentary paralysis and dreary am at insurrection and to do ail this question or a point of punctilio as to thr terms of a reti emeot on which Mr larnetl himfielf half confesses thp desirability, then bow to a sentence vhich will release us fiom political lives of ceaseless anilities and toils If on the oilier hniiil as we earnestly pray foi the snke of our long pufTering people if the ov rwhelminj maxe of thinking Irishmen thronc.1 out the world resolve that they shall not be pushed over the bi ink oC the ah> ss w hich is so close to the p esent ordeal horr ble thoiiith It is Kill have the moans of laving the reputation of our old tendir from a fatal At tin Ttin British People Won Over The nmlstt poiple will ho finally and Irrovoca blj won to the cause of ficfdom by the fljiettnclp f how temperately wKelj an! firmly tut III i eople ran px isn tlio privilege of S( If pou line t evt n i cir uni'.taiic s of unj aral lelid natinnnl p nnd anguish Thev mil have rtceivecl the h of all that thny cnn cnnll lo n the "KI re n s E (i op and ttlefl gno 1 f I tn vu I llio I I li people and (.ratitu lo to ihe r nil h lave to t n lor In the name of li eland I orl Salisbury ai d Tl p Timos nm PMOi and all the. hful tinm of roert i nstn who are exulting in Mr s uuhany work wll HUB talnecl a dlsaj point mont as crushing as their ovei t at tlie 1 arnell cm m ssion Not mere- ly i i pns of lush bio id but Ameiicans of tvw) orig u airier ry creed nil jTully celo hrate the uninion of the lush Nnt onalist host by Blibscitb i g vet fu ds may b necessary to kee) tho (r Hint n en wh ntre In Ire lands lalttu frou the veng ance of landlord atns Mnd coercU n Bh In safety an 1 com fait until the Central elutton will sound their dellTtiance Ana Irrlnnd Mny Drop a Tear the h mo r le bill comes to be framed the Irish people are guaranteed as to (lie r> name of its pi i visions bj their onuquiot resolute stiength by the unshaken snd ul shakable iu lepend ice of an 1 ish paity who nre ftl thKniom at KUlopr tho tiigliLrt pruif of tadepondauce lhat Inventor Shaw Dend. Mass Dec Benjamin F ?han creator of the idea of the seamless and of the loom to make t died here Thursday 58 years In 809 he made the first loom for his patent eamless stocking, and rifter tea work in it be organized the ?baw Knit htockmg compa i> He went u Lnylan 1 )u 188J uud organized the Shaw kuit company and a factory in ,eicester He invented a woven hose ma- hiue m ItWU He leaves three sous and a v fe >id Professor Bancroft Commit Suicide? Dec There is a possi ;le clew to Pro'csbor Bancroft's where ibouts m the Btatement made by W F a farmer He says that ie saw a tall gentleman standing by an pui bpa  Him I i u He Had No t f I the dim at d Allout 1 II in to 111 Slol 000 In ul, Foul '-Mill! Ark Uec 1. (Ills Jophu shot in a k 11 il pirs day at tlit Jelinj lend inn cs twi n i is from here and then ommltte 1 I sho illtu  ver the release of Mrs Cornelia V K MuUr from custody, as were also Lawyers Juliau 1 DBMS aud iowuseud, who are connected with the civil suit against Mrs Miller to recover Some one of them made public the facts of the story Marshal Jacobui Peculiar Conduct. Messrs. Marbury and Fox were attend ing a cate before Commissioner Shields yesterday and thej aimltted that the) Warned United States Marshal J j m is ley Jacobus for the escape of liiller and his sou ihey said that he was trebeut at the dock ou the euing the Millers cd on the steamship, yet did not ariest tl em because, as he asserted, be had ho war rants for them Liwyer Fox sjid that though the marshal was present win.n tin) arrived his office was uot made awueof their coming until three weeks afterward when the lawyers procured w i rants fir their arrest, which were placed in Marshal Jacobus'hands on Nov 8 B) ll is lime the Miller's were beyond his jui 11 ctiou and their whereabouts are now uukuown bhe Gave Him Mrs Miller was dmeu m the custody of deputy marshals from the A.stor 1 o i-e to a west side hotel where she met her hut band and son It H said that Mrs on this occasion delivered to her husband of the money aho had received i the-cash paid inWJ H wlere- upon father and son had left the uty Jacobus tells the follcvvmgst 1 meie ly went to the dock out of cunu it) to see the Millers I heard that the) were com mg to this countrv an i 1 thought 1 would go down and see them I had no auihonty to arrest them without a warrant Ihe British government had made no com plaint against them in this counti) I have gentlemen on in) bond for and I am not la) and them liable to Milts for e inii ri-onmei t 1 shall take no riiks in such 11 tb M) ilice is not a detccti.e bureau such as is In spector Mv dut) is to mike ar rests on wairjnts ai 1 i u nothing else My record w ill tl e of il iv and I do nut fear the lltiiH u) into an) official act of mine t t stoj [id 1 v tw perate xrt atest le fuice was wh J was ovcrpu locked up I 1 f e t ned I Mi: FvUtlllf, stilkl IAIIM M 1 3f striking n 11 rs at the mines lie has be come alarming in its [i urtlons Ihe men at the Montana and Dtspard works have joined tht stu er- an I over J (XXJ men are now out 1 he stuke is against a reduction of live cents per toa The are controlled by -u syndicate In which ex Senator C imdeji t iv ernor Flem Ing and Senator tormau of Maryland, largely interested PlttBhurg Strikers Fall PiTTsnina IJ of switch nnd yardmen en tho HaUlmore nnd Ohio railwa) is virtually at an end The rail ruad comiini) liave full crews at work, in 1 ull ot the detained freight has been in vi d to Us destination ihe strikers are nnd ill appointed at then failuie to win til t in i vt i env lab e frame of Is i f thin John Pierpont Morgan, Jr Married BOSTON Dec brilliant social event ras the marriage at the Arlington Strett hurch of Mr John Pierpoot Jordan, Jr of iNew and Miss Jane voitou Grew, daughter of Mr and Mrs. i S Grew, of Boston The Clark Mills' Strike. NEWARK, N J Dec Ihe situation iu the big lockout and sti ike m Clark'l Newark and Kearuy thread mills ww na- chauged yesterday No conciliatory were advanced by either side to the troversy, which involves the livelihood of 3 OOU persons Ihe striking spinners main- tain the quiet demeanor which has terued them since the trouble began An Eile Train Wrecked N Y Dec 12 train No 1 vvns wrecked two miles east of lust evening The mail car ran on tits for about a ulilo and then ran. off into a field, carrying with it the baggage and express cars four passenger cars did not leave the track Ira Camp, of Owego, the mail ngent, and a trainman were seri- ously injured They Rendered a Sealed Verdiet. EEADlhQ Pi Dec jury in the CIISB of Henry C Kemp, the Reading rall- n ad brakeman charged with criminal neg liu'i nee in causing the disastrous wreck at Shoemnktrsville in September last, in w hich tw ont) one persons were killed, last night returned a sealed verdict It will be muds public today Vlllartl (harginlt to IMrKlnley JIIlsVEAPOU1) Dec 12 Villard spent yfUiila) m Minneapolis and St Paul o-anx after his properties. In interview he said he did not think the Wall street panic wns as near over as has btcn represented Its uiuso he gives as the Me Klnley bill and tlie silver bill rlnlin Snwtelle Not Dead BOSTON Die IJ A Dover (N H) dis patch to Ihe Globe says that authoritative information establishes the fact that coun sel In the Snwtelle case 4111 take the ground of defense that Hiram Sawfelle la not dead claiming that ihe Identification of tho boily was not conclusive A Clerk Who BOSTON, Dec Henry Blue, a olerk emplojrd H Co, stock broV rs hns been arrested charged with the 117 84i from his employers The money it Is alleged, has been taken various times since May, 1888. There tl nothing taken that will np a cough or cold like that peer of all reraedlM, Hires' Cough Cure In oroup and whooping oonnh IU affect aatonlihlng. Itli agree able and pltMtut to Holiday ttook ot Umbreliw now the Murderer luting Goes Free MAI s I) c U-lhe in the case of Joseph ti u he Phil ulel phia cabinet m ikei in tr al I ji tne killing of his wife in the Mm qn i l ise it Allan tic City on feept 4 ure i il it loung was not m his m id when ht shot his wife The verdict was recciv d with gen eral surprise, and uu one m liie couit room seemed more suiiribed tli tu Judge Reid Young was comple'elv overcome by his good fortune tnlitvva-. severtl minutes before he recoveled sufficiently to appie elate the congratu ations of his lawyers and friends He left the court room ac companied by his counsi I louug Lilme On Sept 4 a woman called at the shop in Philadelphia where doling was and told him that her name was Mrs Ogden and that her husband and Young s wife were stopping at Ihe same hotel in Atlantic City Young sti itcJ for Atlantic City. Ou the way ha procured a revolver When he arrived at Atlantic Cit) Mrs ioungwafrout walkmK with Ogden He waited for them to return and afur she The Famous Cocoa of Europe The Coming One of America. Van Ilouten's hns fifty fir tint more of the flesh Conning -I elements of cocoa than ib, obtained b) the best processes of other manufacturers "BEST GOES FARTHEST." Doctors and analysts of the highest standing all the world, ct rtify to this immense saving, and by VAN Hou- i b N s speu il protest only can this be attained HOUTFX a "K oj. on o tr cj ilways used pouoaaos the ddrintaga ftf S 10 jur oils efloctn oo I J n rv No wonder It t! at n all parta t f t o v r! 1 t i i rr lo i L c a a rt commended by mod leu I mm Inattrud often und c >flTt.e or other cocoui or fur dully by eblldreu or hale and rich and poor Ask (or HOUTKM I n 51 II l l I 15 EAST STATE STREET. HJU S'I'YI.H! DHil SEAL TURBVNS, SEAL CAPS, fi. V O. YOUMAN'-S IIAT5 A SPKCIAI.IY. Both tho met'inl pud results of n tal en; it is uid to the .tijd ac jet promptly on the Liver nnd Buwth,   substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRt'P CO. SAN FRANCISCO C'L tOUISVIHF KY A YLRf NY CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES AT Wallis' Fancy Store. HAD THIS MAN Bought of AMERICAN CLOTHING AND TAILOBING 00, at would not wctA how mark wind whutlto thioagh liu art ulolhiig Boyn cm! (JhUdm nitk CL'JIHINB At mnch than PhiUdtlphu pncsa Cor to-limy 8AMPT F OVSKUMTfl md our werth (13 (14, tor (9 99 for 1'oute Boita OLOTHIMU TO eai a ua hoaw 121 Cut Wnrt I I I 1 J I had gone up to her room he followed her A stormj interview oceuired In In ten them when the fatal sh  fonitint'ona' (hcrcforo It I1 P Mm? y like Hoo I s u' i oonl J9 'ured looal tlookl Pa lafirtlU werhlng fir ugli tl o b A toipii Uy will li rti promc tes fliea.ie Mid pff 'i R pTmnncnt cure Thousand ot i e i I tl'y to the succeu Hood H Sarsi] iillli ru a remedy for oilier r ritlons had falltd. StiifTod I P Feeling. I will say t 1 p 1 troubled for HT- yenn wltli th l (HI My citirrli I l i Hood's Sariapa- rilla with the vi rj li Mils It cured Of that con hum]  10 Pa  to ream 12 Illxon s I enells Rntin I H M H Ibs AitlHlH (turn No 111 Faher H 10 Doieu (ongnxs f Hers No S F aber s 100 Hul lier Rings Vo SHOroKR R 4 to Hteel Pens No V. (In m HoxeH) H Iders Faher i No >T8 111 Rogers In lonn (Hone Hi nclles) 10 Dozen Kpservolr Mucilage atanils large Morgan s Vj, Poien loineroj a Modern Writing Fluid qiiHrts IU Dozen t'o a Mucllflgo qimrU ine proposals muHt atnle tl o diul quality of b arl Irlo and mutt inflndf no.il lUhaifrapMc printing nl tfu Inter POIXT nckel paper and Ihe i nntrar will be awarded to the lowent rwpoi'Sll'lo hldd r Ham j h s ran be examined at this om e The uriU les must be delivered at this office IW This Caflnel Coal, For oren grates is immense It CIVM takes the ehill off the honw, hlaies like soft coal and Ifteta hard. Our Anthracite Coal, For Baking, Machine Works, Blast Fnrnacea, Cham Works Boiling Ac., Sx Our Jumbo, For Domestic a specialty West Va Cumberland Coal, (The Btokw for Steam and blaokimithmg, can't Wood, In all nhapM and kinds Wiloon Stokoa PHOUt! i   

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