to arrange are the Ks and Pemocratlo- In work, ticket. Tne vigilance duties to IVin won a signals m York par best M is- is- tie posi ! this Ills might of en i tury rout- a a protective Mr. Farnell is making, at tills very time, oue of the grandest fighU which man ever mode for human rights. lie appeals to every friend ol Ireland to assist him In his gigantic effort to obtain for bis native land by, peaceful measures, the constitutional rights which other nations have obtained only at the point of tho sword. Mr. Paniell boldly Insists that the Ireland of the future rising In the dignity of Independence of British rule shall be allowed to protect Its own manufactures manufactures against the ruinous etTects of free forolgn trade. He plainly declares that British free trade broke dow n those Industries, and tint native protection shall build them up agttn. Here are a few sentences from his recent great tiptrch at Wlcklow, which every Irish-Americas Irish-Americas Irish-Americas Irish-Americas shoidd read aud consider. "Ihnve an opinion that It would be wise to protect certain Irish Industries at all events for a time, In order to nnka u? for a loss which we experienced owing to the nitwit; Uyllitlnn of llnir witf." It to not for me to predict the extent b which that power would be used, but I tell the Knglbh itmllea.1 and Liberals that It to list lts to talk of their desire lo do Justice to Ireland when from motives of sellldiness they refiue to repair the roost nianlttwt of Inequal ities of all namely, the i f nictl'ot of our tmmtifiti tun by Entfinivl In tlmn i iI whtn Ihry refuse to npilr that Injustice by giving us the power to build up those e jut-I'aratlvely jut-I'aratlvely jut-I'aratlvely few Iniliisliles which Ireland Is adnpinl by clfitiinstarKf to exeol In.' ..tln Rpetklng of the neewMity of giving; to Irelan I the light to protect lis Industrie, he any4 'we can show that the power has been frely rtiitreded to the great rsi'milr to protect their liiiliiMrlcs against those of Ktigland," ttid by this fact he tocMintt for the lo,al lirltlsh feeling which Iru-hnirn Iru-hnirn Iru-hnirn exhibit who sclllo In those colonic arid for Ibe rt adliiem with which they a hp'. lli'iucNr to the political eoti.llllons they Mtd then, lint quite dllTerrnt Is It w!li Hit lil! b.'ti who route to Anmlra, f ir 1'iey trli g wllh lliPin ami maintain to Hie ml "a buttling hatred nt llriti-h llriti-h llriti-h fu V t'ld bejuett I thl pliit to their children. Whal liUlt-AmetUan liUlt-AmetUan liUlt-AmetUan after tea I'.nt t'xra wonts t( I'attM II mi ron-snt ron-snt ron-snt to auprxwt lite IMi.ci ratio polby tit Hi ilish free trade A follt y lliul I. a rani-l rani-l rani-l ttiln 1 1 Irish hotiict hi H e e'H rotitilrj and If t'te l,iin raUe puly r. uld hate II way, would In lug ru set y up mi Itisb hfiNirsi In Ihsir alo,iteil emnirr. Th tlt for LUIiumU Is thw Itepubtlooss pail, Its the Democrats Iheir ed add ness tell Iowa tldrs, cratic to It it or Bell, vi r, Take and II: ere. made Tiny strong-rst Tim Ut arid Why Inlitar lie mrrl him It p iha ilti The Ki t'ce lie ex-t' lulu.