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ALL FOR PARNELL.
He Doesn't Seem to Have Much
OOLD SHOULDER FOR THE SEC2DEE3.
fl,e Campaign of the "Uncrowned Kins"
A Speech at Navan Gladstone Culled
the "Grand Old Spider" Kaixer Milly
and the rnforjjlvlnjr French His Mother
Tell Hint to Kenp Cool Great Meet
ings of Workmen at London and Dob
liu European MiNCellany.
IiON'PON, Miirch 2 The McCarthyite
campaign la Ireland appears to le ai tit
ter failure. The speakers can get no hear
ing anywhere, except under shelter f the
police and the prieats, and then they have
fc-ant audiences. This is uaid to be the
real reason why Timothy Sullivan de
cimal to go to Autralia. He is dU
jjuteil with the situation, and meats to
retire from an active participation in the
contrnwrsy. The Ir.sh everywhere nee m
!, rallying for Parnell, all the more
he:trtily for the attacks unon him.
Ti-iiiiiplal Reception in Meath.
Parnell spoke yesterday at Xav, a, ro
th' c mity of Meat h. On his way :from
I) iM n lie was received with ovation at
every st ition. At Droheda he sai I he
hoped the support everywhere aceor.le I
him would show his opponents thnt
Irishmen would not allow them to strike
below t lie belt under the pretext of deal
ni; with quetious of public mom -tit ,Vt
N.ivan the houses were decorated witii
i;r.vn boutrhs and the streets were
winned with triumphal arches. The
me-tini: wa a great one. Parnell said
that perhaps in the not distant future
f.ime one rnijjht arise to address them not
a- men of royal Meath, but as nu n of
Another Slap at Gladstone.
The men of Meath gave him the first
opportunity to serve Ireland in public life,
and with the men of Meath he wishel to
win the battle. Already they had j ut a
snaffle in the mouths of the landlords.
With a parliament at College Green they
would fit the same mouths with bit and
hriuoon. The men who stood by him and
by Ireland parliament had driven the
sereders frm the committee room and
would yet drive them out of Ireland and
out of the house of commons. He had
never feared the result. If he had not
had a colleague left in the committee
room he would still have asked the ver
liet of the Irish people. He hoped his
opponents would take warning and free
themselves from the entang lenient of
English party alliances woven around
them by the Graud Old Spider.
Going to Ia;t Aroand the Flat.
The entire Irish party has given up all
iilea of doing anything in Parliament this
session, aa J proposes tocarry onoperat ions
solely in Ireland and thelinite I States. Hoth
sides will pass round the hat vigorously,
so that any money lying around wiL be
mopped up without loss of time. Amer
icans are expected to supply the cont tid
ing factions with sinews of war. If t hey
n-iusc uuc iuc ur me oiuer must collapse.
All this oils the wheels of government.
The ministers never before ha I such an
easy time. Even Balfour escanes. In th
preparations for the general elections the
government has stolen a march by its
royal commission on labor questions,
greatly pleasing the working classes.
Parnell to Americans.
Losdox, March 2. Parnell will itsue
this week an address to the Irish-Americans
setting forth the principles on which
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ne u cuuuuuuug me present contest, ana
his grounds for demanding a specific dec
laration of the intentions of the English
Liberals in the matter of home' rule. The
address is probably intended as a letter of
introduction for Redmond aud Mahony,
who, it is understood, will soon proceed to
the United States to ask for financial nup-
potx ior .rarneu'8 campaign.
THE FRANCO-GERMAN SITUATION.
The Kaiser's Action in Renewing Rela
tions with Walderaee.
London, March 2 The emperor's re
newal of intimate relations with Count
Waldersee is looked upon as significant,
and the talk is that he will be appoint
ed ambassador to France. Count Wal
dersee has represented an extreme and ag
gressive military policy. He has linen
charged even with desiring to bring alout
war with Russia and France. This charge
is unsustained by any evidence known to
the public, but there has beeu no doubt of
Waldersee's desire for all Germany to
stand ready armed for any event that
might occur. He was retired to the com
mand of an army corps at the very time
when the kaiser was meditating his
friendly approach toward the French peo
ple. Now he is recalled, or about to b re
called to the, imperial circle at the time
when all hopes of conciliation hav3 leen
blasted. Waldersee ha- been in Paris,
and at an eventful period. As German
charge d'affaires in 1871 he displayed con
siderable diplomatic talent under very
difficult situations. Should he be an
pointed to Paris in the place of Minister
tiie present situation will challenge all his
Tells Kaiser Billy to Keep Cool.
London, March 2. The Empress Fred
erick wrote from Paris to the kaiser
Thursday night begging her son to le p
cool. She saw no reason, she said, for
shortening her stay or avoiding public it v.
as every one she met treated her in the
politest manner, and she felt grateful, m
'act, for attentions received.
The Russians Indorse the French.
St. Petersburg, March 2 The Russian
press is unanimous in indorsing the re
fusal of the French artists to take part in
the Berlin art exhibition.as well as in con
demning the irritation which the (er-
tuans have shown.
LABOR MEETING IN LONDON.
Twenty Thousand Workmen Listen to
Their Leaders Eight-Hour Agitation.
London, March 2. The demonstration
in London yesterday in behalf of the Car
diff strikers, and of strikers generally
throughout the country, was a big aft ur,
judging by numbers. Twenty thousand
People, mainly trades unionists, marched
w London nark, with bands ana banners.
The procession maintained excellent or
der, and the workingmen, in their Sunday
clothes, presented a very respectable p-
I'earance. The sneakers pointed out that
tlie fate of trades unionism was largely in
volved in the nresent struggle with the
"'"pping federation, wmcn was acomoi
nation of emnlovers wholly to ignore t;ne
Prions, and if such a combination could
successful in crushing one branch of
trade, the same nl.n miorht. Ka
in others and al ki
The meeting with a mighty shout pledged
the support of the tra lea unions of Lon
don to the strikers. An immense eizht-
bour meetinir w Ur hil in nti.i;n
ie Crowd in SttehilMnrA inHmtml u-orlr.
men from all the industries in that city.
A resolution was nrinnred fx vnnnir Mia
A Mother's Horrible Crime.
London, March 2. A wo i.an named
Marie Xystin, recently divorced from her
husband at Paris. attemDted to kill her
did, in impediment to her marriage with
worthless young student. She hung it
the Ceilinir bv one arm aftur Viavincr
gagged it to stifle its cries, and then
burned its body with hot irons. Thechil 1
was discovered during the mother's ab
sence, still alive, its body a mass of cor-
mpuiig sores, j. he woman was arrested
and with difficulty saved from lyuchiug.
The Grand Nephew of His Uncle lying.
HOME, March 2. Prince Jerome N'ano-
lean Bonaparte is dying. He has received
the extreme unction at the bauds of Car
nal Merillillod. He in irmml nctiUv
of Xapoleon the Great; was born in at
uwuiiiore; was graduated from West
Poiut iu 1S52; entered t ie French army in
1854; served wit li d inctiou in the Crimea
and subsequently ti the Algerian and
Italian campaigns, and was attached to
the guard ot tue ivi, press Eugenie from
1801 to the fall ot the empire.
His Protest Was Mur.lerons.
IjEIU-IS, March 2. -Pastor Schach, a
Catholic priest of this city, was garroted
and nearly "killed by a rich butcher named
Lehmaun Saturday. The assault oc
curred in the priest's parsonage,
where Lehmaun had called to protest
against t he priest urging Ix hmann's wi e,
who is a Catholic, while he is a Protectant,
to have her children baptized a the
Catholic church. It was said Sunday ILjs
priest is dying.
Minister I'helps Was Godfather.
London, March 2. Count Pappenhoim's
little daughter, born a month ago, was
christened on Thursday at his residence in
the Kleistrasse. The mother was former
ly Miss Wheeler, of Philadelphia. Count
Schouvaloff, the Russian ambassador, and
Mr. Phelps were the godfathers, and the
little countess was named after them, Pau
lina Wilhelmina. There was a grand
luncheon afterward at the Pappenheim
Will Exhibit Joseph's Holj Coat.
Berlin, March 2. The Roman Catho
lic authorities in Treries announce that
the holy coat of Joseph, the husband of
Mary, will be exhibited during the sum
mer, when it is expected that a pilgrim
age from the entire Roman Catholic pop
ulation oi Uermany will be made to view
it. The garment was recently inspected
by learned clerical experts, aud by them
has beeu pronounced genuine.
Rossa's Nemesis Reaches London.
Liverpool, March 2 Mrs. Dudley, who
made a murderous attack on O'Donovan
Rossa on Chambers street, New York, ar
rived here yesterday ou the Etruria, en
route for the Broadmoor asylum. Mrs.
Dudley is in charge of a female warden
from the New York asylum, aud appeared
For an Imperial Zollverein.
London. March 2. Col. Howard Vin
cent, member of parliament, the noted ad
vocate o protection for British industry,
has addressed a circular to the public in
viting support for the United Empire
Trade league, formed to promote a zollve
rein between Euglaud aud the colonies.
Five Hundred Hollars for Nine Lines.
London, March 2. The New Review
publishes Lord Tennyson's latest poem a
sonnet of nine lines for which it paid XI 00.
The poem, though short, is long enough
to furnish one more melancholy proof of
the failing powers of the poet laureate.
He Is Mot "Jack the Ripper.".
London, March 2. Sadler, the alleged
murderer of Carrotty Nell, is to go free,
the treasury haviug decided to drop the
In Memory of Sherman and Porter.
Chicago, March 2. Memorial services
in honor of Gen. Sherman and Admiral
Porter were held at the Auditorium yes
terday afternoon, and were largely at
tended by Grand Army posts. Sous of Vet
eran camps, and other organizations. CoL
James Sexton presided, and addresses
eulogizing the departed heroes were de
livered by Rev. Dr. Bolton, Rev. Dr. Bush,
Comrade Blinn, Shipmate Rich berg, and
others. Maj. Gen. Miles occupied a seat
on the platform.
Hied of Their Injuries.
Buffalo, N. y. March 2. Earl Vader,
the Lehigh Valley helper, and James
Ryan, the Lehigh engineer, who were in
jured in the collision at East Buffalo, have
died. Detriek and Maloney are in a criti
cal condition, while Mauuing is seriously
injured. Superintendent Brunn, of the
Erie, says that a misplaced switch was re
sponsible for the accident.
Will Prohuhly Result in Nine Heaths.
Whitewell, Tenn., March 2. The cable
of the incline at the coal mines here broke
Saturday as the miners were going to
work, aud the car dashed down the moun
tain. Two men were killed Instantly, and
all seriously hurt. Seven of these, it is
thought will die from their injuries.
Going to Move to Chicago.
Milwaukee, March 2. It is stated here
that on May 1 the balance of the offices of
the Wisconsin Central railroad, now vir
tually under the control of the Northern
Pacific, will be removed to Chicago. This
will take sixty-five officials and clerks
from this city.
Something Like La Grippe.
Rochester, N. Y., March 2. An epi
demic resembling the grip is prevalent
here. The physicians say there are400or 500
cases, mostly among children. It is not
as severe as the grip of last year. It is
not dangerous, but has a tendency to pueu
monia. Disciplined bjr the Papal College.
Montreal, March 2. It is stated on high
ecclesiastical authority that the French
Canadian bishops have been severely dis
ciplined by the Papal college for interfer
ing in political matters.
North Dakota Will Continue "Dry."
Bismarck, N. D., March 2. The bill in
troduced in the house to repeal the pres
ent prohibition law was indefinitely post
poned Saturday by a vote of 29 to 27.
P. T. Bar num. the great showman, is in
dalirate health, and at present confined to
THE ABGUS. MONDAY. MARCH. 2. 1891.
1891. MARCH. . 1891.
Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa.
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29 30 31
CONNOR BROKE THE HARMONY.
And Now He Has a Itoyeott to Fight
Union Veterans It.sgusted.
Huntingdon. Pa., March 2 Samuel
L Connor, a well to do merchant in W. si
Hunting Ion, has been the victim of a pe
culiar Ixiyeott since Gen. Sherman died.
Connor's wife is of southern birth, and he
nit ii rally looks upon southern people
kindly. His store was full of village celeb
rities a fortnight ago, and several Union
veterans eulogized Gen Sherman. Con
nor broke the harmony with the remark:
"Gentlemen, I have heard a little of this
argument, and am free to hay that I be
lieve you to be all wrong. The historian
of the civil war tweuty years hence will
not place the laurel upon (J rant, or Sher
m.iu or Sherican. but upon the tomb of
that greater an I grander hero Gen. Rob
ert K. Iee. He was immeasurably the
Lading gen ral on either side."
Thinks He Can Win.
The Union veterans left in disgust a',
this, and next day a boycott was begun.
Connor say-, he is not a rebel sympathizer,
nor was he one during the war, but he
claims the ri'ht to express any opinion he
may choose to make public so long as it it
not t reasonable. He tteiieve that he can
successfully withstand Hie boycott agaiust
his store and thinks it will soou end.
The French chamler of deputies will
suppress all betting at race courses.
The Roman Catholic bishops of Austria
have issued an address to the voters tell
ing them to vote for Roman Catholic
candidates every time.
The Grant monument committee, of
New York city, will break ground lor the
monument April 27, the sixty ninth anni
versary of Grant's birth.
Among the appointments made Satur
day by the president was that of N. L.
Frothingham, of Massachusetts, to lie as
sistant commissioner of patents.
W. J. Elliott, the editor who is in jail at
Columbus, O , for murder, published an
editorial in his paper Sunday asking a
suspension of public opinion in his case.
The Burlington road is re luciug its ex
penses by ili-chariiinj employes by the
score. At Burlington, It., Sunday an or
der discharging 123 uicu weut into effect.
A masked burglar caught Clara Morris,
the actress, alone in her room at a Kansas
City hotel Saturday night, and roblied her
of a watch and her earrings. He got
John Mackey. of Lima, O., aged 10, has
been awarded $10,000 damages against the
Lake Erie and Western Railroad com
pany for the loss of a leg by a train ruu
ning over him.
The president has appointed ex-Mayor
Hart postmaster at lioston. Mass , in
place of Gen. Corse, the hero of Altoona
pass, whone time had expired. Saturday
the senate confirmed the nomination.
The new gun boat Bennington made a
successful trip Saturday. She developed
71.7 horse power more than required, which
gives her builders a Ikiuus of $7,17tll Her
highest speed was 17.2 knots per hour.
The Mississippi river at Baton Rouge,
La., Sunday, was only five feet lower than
the high-water mark of 1), and still ru
ing. Apprehensions exist that a repeti
tion of the damage of last year is immi
nent. Col. Thomas S. Casey, a prominent at
torney of Springfield, Ills, died of pneu
monia Sunday morning, aged 57 yeais.
He was a son of Governor Zudoc Casey,
one of the most distinguished public tuen
of the state in his day. He was born in
Jefferson county, Illinois, in 1K&,
P. IL Steven?, a traveling salesman,
married Annie Brent, of Slater, Mo., last
Wednesday, took her to Chicago on a
bridal tour, and on Friday night deserted
her in the Michigan Central station in
that city, leaving a note to the effect that
he would never fee her again. He sent
her money enough to pay her fare back to
On the alleged authority of Senator
Washburn it is stated that Mrs. Win
dom's income is not more than $1,250 per
year, while the house she now occupies
at Washington City costs more than four
i mes that sum in reut a year. A tub
scription has been started to raise money
for Mrs. Windom, aud the senators are
Arrest of a Labor Leader.
LrNN, Mass., March 2. A great sensa
tion in labor circles was caused Saturday
by the arrest of Master Workman John
McCarthy, of the National Trade assem
bly 240, K. of L., which embraces all the
organizations of leather workers in this
country, for an alleged conspiracy to in
timidale non-union workmen employed in
the morocco factory of John Doualton &
Sou and J. T. Moulton. The prisoner
pleaded not guilty. He is the leader of
the striking and locked -out workmen.
High Water W rooks a Mill.
Watertown, N. Y., March 2. Late
Saturday night the high water in Black
river wrecked the large pulp mill of tie
Remington Paper company, two miles be
low this city, causing damages aggregat
ing $50,000. John Murphy, an employe.
was struck by the falling roof and shaft
ing aud killed. Much of the valuable
machinery of the plant was carried down
the river. The accident will uot interfere
with the company's output from its paper
An Old Tennessee Journalist Dead.
Jackson, Tenn., March 2. Col W. W.
Gates, the oldest journalist of this state,
died here yesterday, aged 78. He leaves a
widow and several sons, one of whom is
mayor of this city. Col. Gates founded
The West Tennessee Whig in 1S42, and
was one of the leading members of the
Whig party in the south.
The Weather We May Expect.
Washington Crrr. March 2. The following
are the weather indications for thirty-six hours
from Dp. m. yeeterday: For Wisconsin and
Iowa huow; slightly cooler, except stationary
temperature in eastern Iowa and southern
Wisconsin; easterly winds Por Indiana and
lower Michik-un Light snow ; warmer weather:
southeasterly winds. For Upper Michigan
Fan, snghtiy wanner weather; southerly
winds. For Illinois baow. except tight rain
kt extreme southern portion; slightly warmer
weather; southeasterly winds
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