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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOL. IX. NO. 919 J. rTCKNTON, 8ATUKDAY AWTKKNOON, DKCtDMBKK i3 1890. TWO CKNTd CRUSHED BYTHE CLERGY. 1 he Clerical Influence May Yet Defeat Parnell NOTtl) 1U1MIUKN AUAI.NS1 HIM. Irluh AMHOcio- tlon Iniluiliiii: Siuh lieu An WIlllHni It. Grace tunl hugene Kelly, Auk Krlu'i Great Lftuler to Step Uuivn and Out. Dec tfftct of clerical influence m the bouth of Ireland IB becoin ing in the iuirea.se of the ad heslous to the McCiirth} factlou The Purutilitf-i aro uioie atul more ooufi dent that their still hunt is the winning policy, and that Purnell lh stronger now than he ever be hia fol lowing will gradually full anay, while that of tub oppontuta ateailily liicreabe The people of bouth Cork have asked Dr Keuny, thtir reprebtiiiatue m parliament, who has bien one of Mr Pan ell's tuogl ardent supporters in the present fight, tc resign, as he does not take tiie same view that they do of the situation This 18 s fltruuu Catholic The Nation of Dublin, which reluncd .Mr Paruell'i demand to withhold lU lacihties from the ejected editors ol Luited Ireland, uud al lowed them to get out an auti Parnell edition of their paper, is a Catholic paper So far as can be leaiued, the great major of the cleig) that have taken sides in the contest are agitators against Painell rlhe difhculty of overcoming this quiet but powerful force of the religioua element will be a senuug draw bacK to Parnell from the Llffey. 'Ihere were singular scenes ou thf bankf of the Lille) jesieruaj Crowds of meu aud boys have been limbing in the stream for copies of the bodkiu edition of United Irclaud uhicii wtrtj thruwu into the river henchmen of Mr kvery copy recovered la eagerly bought by someone desiring to possess a memeifto of this pe- culiar episode ill the great conflict between the tno lactiojis of irisu leaders Mouey for McCarthylteft. Tne nuances of the McC'tvrtbyiies are be giuniiu to show an it is t iday that the subsi nptions from alt sources now amount to If thm rate of income continues the immediate difficulties of the seceders can be bridged over. Prominent Irlivhtueli Against Xtw "iol.u, Irish Parlia- mentar) r und isfaued a docu meut lust night declaring against Parnell Uhe paper is signed by the members of the executive committee, including the best known and Irishmen la New lork 1 he statement is as lotions. A Matter uf Duty. "The turn! association is deepl) grieved over the unfortunate condition mw which the Irish parlutueut- urj paiiy is plunged b> recent and occur ring events, vvnich thieaieu disaster to the hopes and p aus of Ireland's friends throughout tne world "Wnile uotseekiug to dictate to the peo- ple of Ireland what policy shall be pur sued in the interest ol a cause we all hold HHcred, we feel it a duty of conscience U) aak that Ireland's political lite should not be imperiled b> personal interest or fac- tional strue Deeply grateful for the serv ices of Mr Paruell, and recognizing htt wonderful achievements m her behalf, we cannot calmly consent to have ail that has been purchased for Ireland at such coat tiff] sacnuce spattered and lost ic the hour of The Cause Stand! Flrit, "While it pains us to a Stan'') him whom we have heretofore reo ogulzed as Ireland's leader, we uuhesitat ingly Hraert the cause of home rule, whict has been from the hrst the one reason for the existence of the parliamentary party jindof our association, is superior to any rnHQ or set of meu We theiefore indorsn the position taken by the visiting purlta meutary delegation, and unite with them in Mr Parnell to recognize thd will of the majority, and by a personal iKcrifice save his country from rant into a civil strife w hich gives comfort M Ireland's herediury enemies, disheartens her friends, alienates her allies and muct result in the total destruction of alt tht-t has been gained by our race since tl e -present constitutional movement com- menced." The document is signed by Eugene Kel- ly, Joseph J O'Donohue, W K, draco, John Byrne, J D (Jrimmius, Morgan J O'Brien, J F Daly, Dr. 1. A. ErnineM, Dr. J D Emnielt, J. S C'oleinan, M O'Brien and K D FarrelL William O'llrleu This morning Willmin O'Brien, Timothjr Harrington and T G bill sailed for Eu- rope Messrs O'Brien and Gill went by the steamer Obdam, of the Netherlands line, aud Mr Harrington sailed on the Ktruria The three embarked last ulgbt about 10 o'clock, but before doing so thrr received a great man) of their friends ft the Hoffman house The visitors had aoit but the kindest words for the departing envoys Mr Harrington received a dele- gation of members of the Irish Natiomxl league that are m sympathy with Mr Pa-- nell O'Brleii'n Farewell Words. William O'Brien favored the newspapers with a farewell interview, which was follows Mr Gill aud I leave for France to use our bi st efforts to secure a reunloj of Irish factious Mr Dillon and Mr P O'Counur temaiu in Ameiica with thi object of continuing our work in the evei ft of our consultation m France proving suc- cessful J'We do u it go by the German Lloyd line for 1 feai the LI nn horities nrfest mo when tin should stop a' Southampton, mil I think it is best to potl pone my nncsi until we have compli'ttt our work ihe Obdum will stop at Uou logne, iu I'i met, and Ut us off All on colleagues- cxi i [it Mr HamncWn sri I'UW'MI taolutely JPuro. A crenra of tHtinr bnklng powder. nf Ml in Iwwemng U. Export, Airlift agreed aa to tlie ubjul utid PL uf i U miasion aud 1 kiiuw th it VI i Jlniuu u wishes us biucesH 1 lie ubjict ul uur mi- sion is, in UUL word, tu tliL ut i a election without inflicting humiliali n UL any perrion It would uot du to etj ct tuc much from this tup W e me, puufull) sensible of the is but uc h tne strongest reliance Hi the good will of the two bfcctlouB of the part) It Mould lie Mildness "Whatever ma> be said, it is certain that the meu are all mm led and acting most reluctantly ua.tkf the jwuilul sense of duty Ever) bod> km s th it-auj prolonged period of disscutiou in Ireland nould be madness, aud the only icsult could be that we should have a triumph ant lory majority our turns Our hope aud belief is that tjyi ourpowtimg feeling of Irishrnui is a 1 n_jng f r peace It heems a pit} thai nend out ft n I v interchange in Paris some -means coulo not be fouhd of suspend mx all con ti overs j Mr Purnell b tour ineutablj excited fierce ftehiiK on both It would seem i a pity to have precipitatfd the Kilkenny h election at a moment of such feeling Painful scenes mubt be expftted in Ire land No country co ild through such i coimiM n without them It is no rvprol h that Mich a c their to Mr Harrington In the party were Michael and N J Bieslin, Ed J Pallas, John Kenncy D ivid Niughton, Mariiu J Sullivan, Capt John Nolan, Samuel naugh, Capt John Will lam Chester and I1 Him d in Michael Bres- lin said they had called upon Mr ton because he was the representative ol Mr Parnell e must choose t-aid Air Breshn "between an Int-h f arty and ap English party, and we prefer the former Mr Harrington thanked them for their kindness He thought that the true spirit of the American people Would be true to the instinct of the Iribh people aud would support P irnell He was not without hope that some union could be made lie would strive to unite the two factions IheparU be delayed, but no delay will justifv the people in abolishing their indt pt mltnce Even the postponement of home rule would not peirnit of the Irish turning upon their leader that had done so much Parnell at Athay KILKENNY, Dec the tram bear ing Mr Purnell was leaving Cork Mr Parnell a body of Q i ecu's col lege students, who had on the platform to applaud him He thanked them for their sj mpathy, and said that he had no fear of defeat if the youth of Ire land remained by his side The jouruey was without noteworthy incident until tho tram reached Athaj, where the crowd at the station hooted and gio i ted tnd shout- ed, "To hell with Parnell1' There were cheers for the bishops and priests, and cries of "Long live Dillon and 0 Bnenl" At several of the other stations there were knots of people who cheeied for Parnell His reception at Kilkenny was enthusi istic He made a brief speech to the crowd and his remarks were coidiallv received He will speak at Limerick on Sunday Flic Suppressed United Ireland DLBLIH, Dec national commit- tee of the McCarthy witig of the lush party secured ofTicts in Lowei Sack ville street At a preliminary meeting numerous requests for memlx islnp were received us well as letters fn in clergymen and others expressing a re idi ess to sub- scribe to the funds of the organization and to the expenses of the new paper The title of the paper will be "Ihe buppiessed United Ireland The first issue will appear Monday Hettly and Mmmced, LONDOV, Dec limes sins that a Kilkenny dispatch sajs that the efforts of the priests to Davitt wel corned iu a demonstrative fashion a failure Ihe crowd greeted these Deutle- men in a menacing manner Godfrey nnd Kllriilii Mitrlied SANFKANCiStO Dec Ful da, of the Califoinm AthU tic dub st ites that the annoui ct meut reminding tin re poited matching of (jodfitytr hull Kil rain IB substantially corret t 1m ilmtthp direttors would probablj ndt 01 to ar lange that the fight should t ike place earlier than in March Ihe wmmr uld ba mntched, if possible, agnmst The Godfie> Kilrain match will bo for and KiOO for the lost r A Proposition fiom DHfunuter Co MFADViiIh, Pa Dec is said that DdaraaU't Co, bankers, who tetontly ftssigncd, would u Monday m iko n prnpo Bition to their creditors to compromise by pa> ing fifty cents on the doilai 'Ihe pny menti will be twenty cents in cash, ten cents in one year tea cents in twojears and ten cents in three jears, with four pei cent interest This will undoubtedly be accepted There In nothing taken that will break np B or ft" remedlefl, Hires'Cough Cure. In croup and whooping OOURH Ita affect Is ftntonlRhing. Itli agree- to take HE CALLED HOAR A LIAR Fighting Words from a Soutt Carolina Senator. THE B41 STATE M Oi S IlLTORT He Proved by a Public Document Thai Senator Ilutler Threatened His Colorful with THschnrge If Thej the BnpubHtau Ticket Dec he senate possec a resolution providing that, begiuumj MoGdaj next the senate meet at 10 o'clock aud that tlit. tnorniug hour conclude at 11 o'cluck Mi Hlodbei and Mr Walthal spoke in opposition to the elections bill A Sectional In the Senate, flhe resolution offered by Mr Dolph in ibw priviltjges-anc eleclionsto inquire aud report whether thi right of is denied or abridged it an) st ite exct-pt for pai Licipation m the beiliou taken up Mr Dulph sale that the states of Mississippi, Wyoming Mahsathusetta and Connecticut imposec reitrictiuus on the of wuffrage, and ht h ul n id the i message of Govern or lilltnaii, of bouth Carolina, which h< said Wiia an olhcial declaratioii that th< greut mass off olored men iu the south wen uot to the electi jn Mr "S tst moved an atneudruentinstruct mi< tlie committee to inquire furthei flhi ther by anj btate legislature anj citi zens of the Luited States were denied the right to work on anv public bj reason of their color He then read i clause from a recent statute of the Oregoc legislature authorizing the building of e bridge and providing that noue but whilx labor should be emplojed on the work Mr Dulph said that he was informed bj a senator on his side of the chamber thai the senator himself (Mr Butler) hac threattned colored men m hia employ nuut with discharge if they voted the Re- publican ticket Somebody tm a Liar, He Said. Mr made that state- ment is of a deliberate and willfu1 deliberate and willful false- ho.d .Mr supposed that within tutntj four hours I had read the testimonj of the ttor fiom South Carolina a committee of this body of the other hous< in winch he stated that he had told col ore J pe the Republican ticket made the statement mjself to the senatoi from Oteyon (Laughter on the ciatic side) Mr the remnrk that mak of to irse, to the senator from M tssjc'iusL't He Htm.I It In a Public Dot uraent. Mr Hoar -I am not to be deterred from u h it I to ij Mr JJ u do no i, propose to detei the htn it 11 Mr 11 ar (concluding the E iher I tlie manner or behavior of seuatoi frnm mill Carolina I have read that m a public document nichm twenty four h I suppose If there is any mistake ab ut it I made the mstake Ibis mi nU lit went no further Mr Gib- son then into the discussion aud qpotmg a Httttiutnt from Dr Mavo, oi Boston a pntknau he Mid who had dulicatt'l ills life to the promotion of edu cation an 1 to the welfare of his feliow Mtizeiis tl it in respects the cit n la better off m the south th in in H1 tif tl ern state A Senator C raz> Than 1 urtht i sctissi m WAS indulged in, and k the resolution went the ele( ti uis bill was taktn up Mr Blod gctt ad irt'-.sed the in opposation t-c it H s fir-a great opt) >M n u to it was, he sul th it it would u i-. tile society and that it tlirea'ened the "act prosperity and (Uvelopiiif nt of a consul table portion ol the ci His second objection to the bill A- th t r is in lircct antagonism to the dt-in ruic popular raent Mr also argued atramst the b 11 In the u inse of his remarks he spoke of the imptoved c ondition of certain counties in M sai-ssippi, in of peace and or K r Mr hdmund n quired whethei the per pttratori of the' acts of referred to him I.ad been conVKted or tried Mr Walthall aftid tin thief parties accused were tried regularly by a jury and were Hcquitud Mr Elmund-i (saseaatically) That is what 1 supposed Mr suppose that the senator from Vermont would want them convicted whether thej were guilty or not Mr The senator hardly supposes that Mr I do Mr the senator is more cr m than usual Mr tdinunds went on to say that he couldjjiiderstand a state of peace where all libertv hid bet n in the auiso of nobodj needing to be killed anj more Mi Wultb.nl! askedlf Mr Edmunds was famihai with the countr) he came from, and answered in the negative, hede clmed to continue the controversy btiiHtor Hoar Strikes Muck When Mr closed his speech Mr Hoar lose and eallel attention to the n marks male by Mr Butler staling that any one who said he had threatened to dismiss coloied people from his employ nut t if thtj should vote the Republican tirktt was guilt} of a deliberate and will ful Ills hood Hi sent to the clerk's desk and li i I u ul I he official reporter's manu sdipt of. uliir touk pi and emd "A rule of rnj life Hlnce formed does not pei nut me to reply to the senatoi from Smith Canlini in such langu vixens he t propel to uttei httlier I should be of i dehl erite and willful fnlno hot d ibont ft matter contained in a public d voted tl i (i tile li tf V I 1 not k >w that I th a I halt! thlfl. I went d ami tlinn tic Is and mi id to tliciii that tlu luiil a r to v ie Hie public ftii tick t if iliev pi a tint thoy wcie free ni'Mi 4s as I u 11 I ut tha if tht t'xciclued thai an 1 impitd tuxes upon mo that Mould di sLioy ni> pi (isjKji ity an I pi Hpectfl J shoiil 1 u row mynoir b lek on some rights that I hod im ler tho laws of the countr} auJ would see tlint thej left my piantatiou Q Did they all vote the Democratic tlckntr A No Bir Hix or aoven of them voted the Demouratk Some of them did outvote at and I do not know how the others voted but I intend to Infoim Q AVithAvlgw to turutng them If thej voted tlm Ri pnhll nn tlcketf A t for vot ng the Republican ticket II they liiivo ftn honpRt ticket, but for voting (01 1 If thlit luLigliajit Mr 11 11 N i I di not the si at mint thai n a< i from boutb Car jlluu hiul tliu itt n il s. ijis cbaryL ini-n ftuin bis empl< it r the Hepubhcau tltktt tl t i I a tor from Massachusetts ba 1 t tl a! hi gave tbe information to a sen it fi >m Ori. Dolph) not of bis ku but froui a public document tl lemail would not of course, appl> t> t i n Ihe teslimouj quoted K sanl t garbled statement He bad n MI stcn B report of tbe testimony wlm b be hai1 given, and did not now rec a my appeared before tbe commitUt rjui-stiun But he repeated now that he 1 1 at auy time or on an) occasion a tempted t< iuftuence a single negro on bis ilantudoi iu the exer( of Ins franchi Mr Jloai while justif) ing his u posit n expresstil the greatest respect winch In iniiitunni for the senator fiom feoltUi ir Inia aiu as Mr Butler assurai ci tint he re ciprocated that sentiment tbe Mil jut, i1 permitted to diop SAMUEL GOMPERS RE-ELECTED Made President of tUe ledertttfui of Labor DETKOIT Mich, Dec Ihe I ederntiu'i of Labor )esterday afternoon recuitel Samuel president lien nom illations were called for the name ol Samuel Gompers was placed in imniiiii- tlon, three di le gates presenting Itsiniultiineoual) P J McGiurewa0 called to the chair The name of H er w is pre sented but imme- diately with drawn by that gentleman Au gust I) e 1 e b a r placed in nomina tionl J M! of Chicago desig natinK him as 'Our re- tlntion There bung uo other nominations, the election was pro ceeded with Delegate Dillau diMded bis vote, ousting 31 ballots for Gompers and 36 for Morgan Ihe count stoned that sixteen delegates for M ruan bad cast 194 vntcs, while Gompen bad ob tamed 1 716 Candidate Morgan caused much amusement by casting bis ballot for "Morgan Aftor the result of the vote wn au nounced, Morgan that Gompirs election be made unanimous I Ins done and Morgan th inked the cc incntii n for the honor it had dune him 1 1 i tbei officers electvd were as follow! J ir-t MCI president, P J MiGmre, nd vui president A darnn treasurer I li Irfnnon, serretar) C i ris us Miss Van Ettan ad i eased the meetinj. reading a paperon the condition if wo neu workers under the i r R ut mdnsiri il teni MISH Van titan n tlie fuumler tn chairman of the i committte ol Working bocietj of .Sew lork She treated at h of the hours of wouieu in large faccolles an I cities She told o' tlie coiditutiof tlie women, employed In the government c i i tr ictors on clotnnu for the t nited s ales soldiers sailors and ptstniu dtjlmil tbe manner of letting 01 u an It mi estl) uiged the ilen it i, shops fir n ak iu tl n n, ind other ar ides ue de i to be- ejii luctid in i sim liar main fi 10 the priutiiiu office -she aiso aihoi iti I tl e passive in the diff ii t s His of l i s- iiiuiting woik mg hours f ti i d m ile emplo) es of mer cautile estdblisbn i u week On nutlon a dered Miss Van Lttan hci lu SAMLEL GOMIEIiS tu bolus [ier if tl inks was ten mil it iu pamphlei the ansp LPS ot the federa form undet tlon Birmingham A'a wai ami junced the place of holding the nt meeting 1 he report of the tnasurei ui the pist )ear showed total rtcei] s 714 o4, total ex penditutes fjl 073 bilinct f3 OT In accordance w ith the diucuon of the convention the i mcers drawn up the following which will be for warded to ashiugton To tlie H< use ot Reprcse lathes and the Senate in CA Dfrr sa seinl 1 jtur pttituiieis th of Lai ir n In bessiun ill lie it) of Detioii, BtAte Of M GJUKOn Hint 5 0 000 wol k lUKnitn who are vtteis tin kr tlm of tlie Unite i Sst-ates leHpectfullj r tj lest your hcnuia ble bodies to pass tlie leHnhitlous alread) lavoi abl) by your i n pu committees pio posing an ameuilmu t to the national con tltu Uon stcuiing to the no i en nf the Limed blatei tlje exercm rf the right t fsufF age thattheq is tiou may go btforo the p up e of ihe United States to be rcjtcied 01 i ulhel b) them tlnuiin'li the action of eilllir UK Ictislatinen be proposed by coi git ,3 A DefMiilter by it Thouimiid ATTICS, O.Dec ItisgHen out on authority th.t Mate Ki preseiitativi A li Brandt, who died htsl Sunday and was buriui with Maaonic IK nurs on i dues da> was it de-faultet to the amouiu o' His estate is bankrupt with liu ill tin of tJ'jUOO and nominal assets lie a prominent business man and Ijcld tin confiduice of the intne commuuit) up to tbu time uf his death tliicupo ItiuiUern Indlrtf d, Dec BinktrW L Pretty man, w bo n cent I) fultd was indu le 1 h) the urau 1 jun tola) for fnmdulenth rr fonifrutlon inertfote if mj ft f Minrily iilte It 1 workhiK iliroisli I' Imptirlty wll h PI tflMasa, an I pfr Ihousandi nf i r i Hoods Sir tj i "tirrb when m n i Stuflbd- "I will my I h jrenri will. U 'ixcue, canirii with tin al Ir ItufTed uji fttll'iK Bother who li is ti of health anil 1 1 h Ptitnuii C t t OOR! i ij looal onsnt lonAt s> MI aril's M I eradicates tht H nr 1 promrtis iht i I'lttanrnt ourt. i ry u> tlie sticceii i us A remedy for 1 i ul ni bad talltd. I p 1 i ling. n 'rintiledforieT. I I ill) dUaRrepablt i l mil i I l Hi Itrtiredmt I i my throat, and II I H aho helped my i 11 f r run dimn lUtt s n u lo 8. IX onn Oarsaarilla rnp'f'tB pi
C Noble k n n of th H ami I i uliti ul II n J h Nil U uf tht int i n i 1 MI 1 U litM t i niiij; jf ht irt d -.tast lit taktu SILK jtsttr las im rniiu 1 it Ins cumliti n nut Utl is st 11 us until sin itlj bt fort tus Itatli Mr ble ji irs nf agt- lit is a stiuli nt of Hfun bt in si w ho Prtsukut Juhusou K Ht tornej utntril Mr N ble was H lawyer of Diurktd abilitj and wns one of the moat prominent members of the Ohio bar Tour Miners Iluppy. SHAMOKIS. Pa Dtt 13 At all the colheiies in thin to the Heading companj tlie woiklng time has been increased three hours per day This wili afftct font thous tnd miners in Shamo- kiu 1 he and Cameron col- lieries to day Ishors from Japan CAKLlsiF, Pa Dtc 13 Kite, the pies id tut 3f a technical school In Japtin Mi'-s bt of 1 okio Japan, and Mj-ts N vine of tru Japan the In nan irai n I 1 lieu st< rdav Bntb the mr-tliod and rs-ults rliea of 13 taken; it is pleasant ind refreshing to tlie and atN ccntly jet piomptly cu the Killings, Lucr and EowtK, c'uinsts the tun efftctualh, di-pds iold" liend U'IPS rnd an! CIIHS luiljitual on. of I'igs is the only remedy of Us kmd ever pro dnecd, pie ising to the. taste and at ceptallo to the stonndi, pionipt i'i its action and truly beneficial iu its effects, prepared OLly from the mo t healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities conunend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. iSrup of lip is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist -who may net have it on hand pro- cure it promptly fir any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN en KY f r j yi at, N Y CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES AT Wallis' Fancy Store. FOE THIS WEEK u IM: M T We hive just a grand stock of beautiful Umbn all the lateat s of hm d'o in gold, silver, nickel and curved i Rtural RtitTii for lartirM and gentle- f r nrliool cln di n from 40c 60c 8ic up to tlie fii eit nooda made, at 19 A flnn Ulo ia Umbrella, Bilvf r handle, we Rell now at 98c which are sold all over the city at We hnve only 20) left, 80 call at once before thoy aro plowed out A fine Paragon Frame Gloria 25 DOLLS. WP are ov r 2R yems In the doll trade, aud nevor hefore had such a grand stock of dollfl RI nrw American, French, English and G rrnan dresflod or plain in nn end- le3H variety, whi h wo bought bof( re the advanoo In pn
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