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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 14, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, NO. 10 REP RESENT A TIVE USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. ANEW RULING MACHINK lor rill nil kin-IB of blnnkB la the latmtamlitiun the Mechanical Department of Dunkirk Printing 4 L.KXAMOEB'8 Coal anil Wtxxl Yarn, I'M B Siekel anO soft Coal, Central Avenue, oppomtc Nickel I'late All frru.len llur.1 Lumber, and Free pon' ten ca for w) olesule lots 4 LKX. M. MANN, Practical I'luml.er, (Jua bteam Fitter. Upecitt) attention g.vec to Sanitary I'iumhmg. KstirnateH giyen on 1'lumhmg, Fitting. Stoani Healing and tiot Air KurnaceB. 27 K. Thin! atreeU Ik a G1FFOK1J, 223 and 325 Central Ave. Artifltic Pliotographs of HiilncM a specialty. HILUTH not wait for sunshine except lor uitb.es BOOK Y-J A M BS IKVING, Pro- prietor, No. IB K. btreet. near Bui- at reel, fMinkirk, N. V. Magaxinus, Mu- ruinpltlcta, uU--., bouml in all Onlcis p vuipti> attended to. All work guantnteod. i; CKOCKKKV SOS Lenlral Avenue. Wf'olcsale and retail dealer in IB China. GlaUBWitrt, U-UAS. H. IIAKKIH, Central Ave. frul Insurance, Life, Accident un'l before trnveling vour ilu in tlie "TravelerB1." Ueai KwtaUj Agent. HOTEL, Kateb, per day. and KuaMlmg Stable in Victor Kider, iW and 337 Uon hlreeU IIAUHKK SHOP Nagle, Prop., Under Lake Shore National Uank, uoruer tenter Tlunl atiuoU. A flue titock of Foreign ami Oo men tic L.igurB. O-Nlil-lN ASUS, 3A-> tenler Btrecl, tiorbo-rilnwia, Purtitmlar attention to iiorses, SlioeinK of road tr -tting liorst-a a apucialty. U KVKNINU OBSKRVKK. fst Dully in the Connly. An iLlvortiilng medium. 1CNU1IIK ENO1NEEKINO COMPANY. t t'urircrb Sfllt'W Pupiilc. Mautsfarturc-rB ol hngilies, anulliiix lluiixern, clc. I'taluriu, umi Machine Wm-k lounlur. Dl'NUIKK SUJKT 4Ui, lift anil 3U7 Center atreet, Miinutueturers u( tile mill "IJinikirk" perfect tilting Lirciui bhirUi. On aalf in all lomlniK iurnuliing, ilry lumscs in Dunkirk. Ue. TOOMEV, 4J4 uml Luin Btreut. uualer in I lour, Keeil, lluleil Hay, I'liun- hKlK UOTKL anil .lining Slllomi, Union t Itepol. Kuey ncceHB Io all trains uuil lnm- luesa houses. Must itrcmniiiuiliiUoiu (or Coiu ncrcml John J. Murphy, 1 rop. H- 1II.KK.H CO., I f, anil m K Tlnril stineu fine Furniture. Lubinol Ware an.l Up- F.u 1'icture Kramea unwU- to c MATTK8ON A CO., 301 Central Ave., Leaders o! Fanhioii ami Gentlemen u mil Hera. AUELI. STKAM IIBATIMU UU.. H UanuJaclururs ol Steam Moiling Apparatus. Sanitary i'lumbingn Specialty. II OMB STKA-H LAUSUBK. Our Hpccialtioa: Fine Shirta, lOc; I'ollars. Cuffa, 4c, anil Lace Uurtums. Free Uoliv- vry. A VV. 4U7 Center street. __ I'KOPKHHIONAU T. HOM'H, M. D., A NOTABLE GATHKR1.NG. hyHH'iun and Snrgoon, y n'w Dntjf Store. Kesidence, Central Avenue. Telephone So. If. lH may ho left ut I yon's. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT SALKSRIKN Wanted at I.oca) or TriivcliiiK. HIK Puv. Steady Work. Stock Wiirninteil. specialties. Outfit Krno. JAH.K.WHIT- NBV, NurByman, UocheHttr, N. V. AItT CO., I ________ _...... St, WiiHtiinKlon, C., [T H. latent Of- riro 1'atentn, ami lit- Issuea Kccurecl. Tnuln JHnrkH All I'ttttint biisinetm conduced for moderate Kt-CH. Information, w ami special references neiil on reuticBt. VANCK. KXI'ENSKS IN AD- alh.wiMl month. SU-a.ly cniiinvrtien at iioine or traveling. No goliril- iiiK- OntiemlcliverinKiiml making colloctmiiH. So J'oHt.-tl CanlH. AddreHB with Btaniii. IIAPKU CO.. i'i'jua, Ohio. rwiuh to employ u few ladies on salary to take charge of my bumiu'SH at their ho men. I'ight, very and healthful. WIIKOH 410 per week. ICefeivnre Driven. Good piiy for part time. Address with inp. MliS. BlAK- ION WALKKK, JjiHimvillc Ky. iii siiiiji1 A MONTH cun be made working us. Persons pre- ferred who can furnish a liursc and pivv their whole umc Lti the Imsmc-ss. Sparr moments may piolit- :ibly employed ,iKo. A few vacancies in towns and cities .I.K.JOHNSON CO., ic.n> St., Kiihmon-1, Va. lor Rent or Sale. House cnrnor Second ami DOTC strouts. illitd up uiul in tine condition. Wit) .sell (m ea-iv terms, fcinrjinre at the ofllre ol Murlin llevtcr Uo SPRING 1890 WAIT FOR F, D, MATTESON cfc CO'S R. OKHM, K. Third St.. ol Buffalo rer and dealer in Fine Boots A Shu HCNKV WEILEB'S NEW STORE, 103 K. Third at. ISooka. Stationery, Musical IH- Fnwirb, End tiverylhii'K pertaining to n flrtsl book store. School books a ajwcially. JOB PRINTING of uvery ami ill lowest lining rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 ami 10 K- Second St JH. VAW liUKEN A SON, Fire bile. Accident and Geuerul Insurucce Deal- in Ucul Kutate and Loans. I'ariiculur detention paid to the c ire of itroiKTt> collect- ing rente Ac. (filler St., 2nd Hoar. Yf ROE'S PHARMACY, SUP Central Avenue lor Wall I'aper UtlB, J. W., Center street, Mmuufaciurvr and denier in Hai nfBa.Snil 'k-o. ollai'a, h Itnuato Kobea, Unites. T. Murray, J 3Xi Lion street, A HiK-cmlty made of Sanitary Plumbing, team and Giis Kittinjc- Workmanship stuar- 151.li. A full line of all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Ever brought into this City. ANNUAL BANQUET OF THE ATLANTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. In of Trotnlnttnl mcrclHl and Public Life Hou, W. K. of MajuiacliuftetU I'rlticipul A Tribute to tho "Lmtm Henry W. Grwdy. ATLANTA, Ga., Fpb. The flrnt annual baiiqtM't of the Atlanta Chamber of Com- merce wns hi'ld Ifist evening at the Kim ball house, about 400 g- ing present. Among prominent northerners present were Pithidi-iit K. Kinith of the New York ChiuiilMT of Coinnien-e, F. B. Thurlior, Riw- Harrison niwl C. N. Bliss; from Boston, Jonathan A. Lane, president of the Mer- chants' association; W. Morne and Hon. W. K. HusBell; from Chieago, J. P. Ku y aud M. J. Downing; from Ohio, IS m 17 EJIB i Third street. e Tailor, Gentlemen will (Ind it to Utgc- Lt> f-iill on me before purchasing I B. CAJttV General lltvrd ware, White Lt'ud.Oils.Pamler'e Suvplieb Cluihs, tii'iiL te Ware. A special Williams "tutni Mmiroe range. 1) s-toh .is blank-books. V ail kiniHol blnuku done ut Duukirk Ti-io'ing 8 and 10 K, Second >u WAIT New Barter Shop. A. lilTKBKP. formerly In Wheeler's hnr- iKsr-shiip.lina openod the in the Krie Hotel. lias every facility lor good wirk, umU'-iatnmers will tlnil it ;i good pl tn ptt for ehavinir and luiir eiittinir Governor ('Hinphell, Hon. John B. Hughes, Claud Meeker. Hon. MeKinney, (i. H. Burrows, N'. K. Adrianee, H. H. Meyer and C. H. Van Cleef, A telegram of regrot was received from Hnn. C. M. of New York. President O. G. Oglesby of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce welcomed tlie visitors In Iwtialf of Hint body, and Governor Gor- don, in the Hrst regular apeech of the even- ing, welcomed them on behalf of the state. Mayor Glenn then for the city. Re- sponses to toasts followed from Governor Campbell of Ohio, Hon. Charles H. Smith of New York, Hon. Patrick Calhnun of At- lanta. Congressman Wilson, Hon. VV. E. Russell and lion. Jonathan Lane. Mil. lU'HSKI.I.'X SPEECH. In his speech Mr, Russell said: CJ bully 1 find myself to-night in the land of tho sunny South and under the charm of ltn warm heurtod I come with- out office or title, yet bearing, I am sure, from the old Bay State, greeting; and good wishes to n younger of the thirteen sisters, who joined in sympathy and friendship in dnys of and oppression, and -A ho, now in time of pence, iiide-iwndenee and liberty, are united as parts of a great republic-, joint heirs of its glorious heritage and equal fac- tors in achieving its grand destiny. May we to-nipht, meeting as fellow countrymen, pledge anew our love to a common country, and sharing in her glory consider the duties and the perils that confront her. In this spirit there is no North, no South, no East, nor West; no burden upon one that is not felt by prosperity of each is the sacred duly of all. I know the sorrow that pervades this meet- ing. I feel the thought in every mind. A friend, a leader, statesman and patriot baa gone, lie loved tho Houth, but spoke for all. it h mutt 'bless eloquence and manly frankness of a noble soul he proclaimed the umhiiiK loyalty of people to our common country, to all her institutions and to all her laws; ami then he asked nin-e, sympathy and aid while the new South adjusted the past to present and solved those monieiiUious problems vital to her, vital to all. and gave his lifp to the discharge of tin- patriotic duty. North uml South mingle their tears at his lost-, Bather inspiration from his life, and join liearti and hands in worthily perpetuat- ing Ins memory. To me has I wen given the Bad yet pleasant duty of bringing here from tilt Young Men's -mocrfttic club of Massa- chusetts its contribution to his monument as its tribute to his memory. His patriotic pur- pose, political convictions and progressive spirit represented as truly the young, progressive Democrats of that club as it did Ills ou n i-d state of (Georgia. UKSri.TS OK THK WAR. Mr. President, war settled, as only war could, an irrepressible conflict between insti- tution.- that coukl not Jive together. States- men might lull u country to repose; compro- pOhtjKjne the dreaded day; but UK- skeleton wns ever in the generations hrd a new difficulty to face and >eriniiii. It wns a sectional difference, iii- oh ing questions of free institutions, consti- itionnl rights, vested interests and above li, seutinuin and a higher iaw. With hero- mi, and siicritice, and intense loy- Iry to honest foiivictious, each side main- jiined Ihe conflict. I should false to my- elf, false to you and disloyal to the senti- nt of both my state and y QUITS, if I hesi- tited to say that the issue of the conflict was i ht; its results aro beiu-Iieijil both to lie North and Eolith and are now loyally pheld by all our people. One is apt, however, to forgot that with '11 the accomplished war brings also in ts train evils that only time, patience and patriotism can cure. It left the South im- loverisht-d and exhausted, her fields wasted, icr niHway systems undeveloped and im- iiin.1 her wealth destroyed. A revolu- ion of ideas t'olowed n revolution in institu- With wonderful energy and courage he entered IIJHJII her new life. How well she ins Ined it, how much, vastly much she has implished, you gentlemen of Atlanta, roin the experienced of this great and grow- city, can tell better than any words of ine. Kduciitiuii has advanced with ever nTea.siny strides, nnd with pace, jus- ie, thi-IU, morality and for and last, but not least, free labor and per- 1 liberty have been demonstrated to bo he key to industrial and coinniprfial pros- ity, rpon those princijwils North and South stand now thoroughly united. Many iis of the war jiave been and all have Iwen cured that tended to divide :-he country by sectional prejudice sec- ional lines. Faneuil hall since the war has ittered her indignant and non-partisan pro- Cor. Third and Buffalo S, Dealer in Marble, Flagging ami Uuitdmg Stone. Call on me before buyinft your side- walk. _____ _ ____ E.t Btrocu Whisky, Wines. Brandies. Liquor Store lor Family Cse. ROBKBT M'KAT, Lion street, nor the depot. BoardmK, Sale. Feed ami l.ivery Stable. StaWing by Uio ilay or week on reasonable terms. _ _ ___ REID, J. W., 1S4 Center utrect. Dealer in Musical Instnimenta ami Sowing Machines. We make a specialty ot Hrst class makes ot Pianos ana Farraml Volay Organs. Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured ADMimsmiNa DR. HAIKU- OOLDEN srtcinc. tl can be given In a cup ol coffee or tea, or in ar tlclus ot food, without the knowledge of ttieper taking It; it Is absolutely harmless and wil effect a permanent ami speedy cure, whethei the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, u NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure in every Instance. 43 page boo] r-nr-H- ArttIresB in confidence, SPECIFIC CD.. 185 Rao St.. Clnclnniilt.O SAM J. GIFFORD, 301 Central Are. (Up stairs) General Insurance ami Ueal Estate Agent Fire.Life, Accident, anO Live Stock Prompt attention to buying and selling Heal Kstate._________________ Meat Market. Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meale, Lard, Sausages, (Jyswrs and Poultry._____________________ C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, 364 MAIN ST.. HUFFALO, N. V. DKAI.Kll IN Silverware. Leather Kt W ATCHK8, JKWBIJH, Bny the Aurora Eailroad Watcn. Repairing a specialty. Frank SiB. Third su W Frank MOCKER. Merchant Tailor, 316 Central Atenne I KXOBA A COMPLETE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS MAIN STREET, Opposite IroqaoiB Hotel. A BITTER FIGHT CANADA About Ahol.Hhtnf French Offlclal OTTAWA, FeL. political situation in C'aiiRflH at present is alarming and unless prompt mid ineju.itres are Uiken iin- 'diaU'lv by the gMVpriin.eiit to avijrt public attention the Krciu-h question th? re- sults may be flisastrous to L'uimttnV national destiny. Dalton McCarthy, M. P., in introducing a measure to provide for the abolition of the French a-s an oflicial language in the North- west territories, has fannpd into a flame the mliering fire of racial jirejuclhv ami hatred. The iiitroductinn of this measure was the sig- for the fieri-est opposition from the French on both sides of the house. The government as duced an intro- the question a. provitH'ial one, but the blood of the French- en up. Yf-1 iM'day Mr. Beatisoleil i nt rotlured an iiD'iidiiienl to the amendment that matters e allowed to remain they are at present. A government raucus was held yr.itorday and every eH'ort made to induce the Frenrh conservatives to support the government amendment. Hon. J, A. Chapleau, secretary of tttnte, as leader of the French element, openly an- nounced that as the question was-, not ono of politics, but of rare and creed, evppj- French cinlM'r in tha hou.se would vote for Mr. ffuiho] eil's amendment. The Eugli'-h speaking element aj'e equally determined. Pui-ty lines totally obliter- ated and f t is French aganmt Last evening's debate was one of the stormy ever ht-nrd in Canndian Hir Hwtor ininiittT of public works, made a strong speech in favor of amendment, and characterized Mr. Mc( 'arthy a.s a fanatic of the worst type. He KB id tlie French in the province of Que- IwM1 would op] wise any infringement on the right ,s their fcllow-cnuntrymen in the Northwest, it necessary at the jHtint of the bayonet. Mr. Charlton, M. n followed aud characterized the nt- rank intolerance which almuM not be tolerated in n British country. The excitement among the meinlMTH of the house is intense ami every thing I >ointMn a wild and exciting session. Thuresult nooue knowh, but it is that the Rovenunent amendment will carry hy a Hinail majority. The French members sav tlmt if the government insist on passing the amendinent they will IK- rlefoatod at the at the next general election. The leaders of Ixith political [mrties are tit sea and find it utterly impossible control the sudden burst of animosity and racial differences. The excitement prevalent lioro is gradually through country, ALL MEN AGAINST HIM. A Criminal Who Says He Incnn- tive to Jtfform. CLKVKLAND, 11 after- noon a business man saw two looking men emerge from St. Joseph's Catholic church, on Woodland avenue, and as thoy ncterl iii a suspirious inminer, he gave chose. One of them escaped, but the other ran into Ht. Bridget's t-huirh, where he was captured In court yesterday he claimed Io have htolpn nothing from Kt. but the oflh-ial-. of the church report a ahmble c-om- munioil service missing. The thief, who gave his Maine George Burke, stated on the stand, that he had spent twenty-four years in different penitentiaries, his last term being two years in the Trenton, N. J., state prison, for anting in a Newark jail delivery, Speaking of his crimes. Burke said: "I have never had any D n courage men t to lead an honest life. Ever since I was first wrong- fully convicted I have been kicked down hill. Whenever I got work somebody nould corne along anil tell my employers tlmt I was a criminal and I would discharged. I don't carp what becomes of me I have lost hope." He was fined and sentenced to two mouths in the workhouse. THE PA KNELL Rhl'OUT. IT IS PRESENTED AND READ IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. Mr. 1'amell Not Guilty of Complicity in MnriUr or hut Ills Actions Were Cah'utMtrU to Davitt CmHl-murd for Aantntlng the LONDON, Feb. report of the Pur- noil siMvtal (o ment finds tlmt ivspondeiit of the of conunnns ivt-ro not nipjnh'i-s of a coiihpirncy In establish the nb- solute iinlejMMidence of Ireland, but that soino of them, with Michael Davitt, joinwl Innd lengne with tin? intention to accomplish by its means the iiideiioiidonce of Ireland a sejiarate nation. The commis- sion entirely Mr. Parnell and the other accused ni'Mnlmrs of insincerity in dciniucutiion ol (lie I'lucnix pnrli tnunleiis and finds that tlie -mule letU-r jxiblisluxl in The Times, upon which tho won chiefly busr-d ns against Mr. Parnoll, a forgery. The report con- continues, did not directly incite crime, ex- eepl intimidation, which did incite, uith tho result Ihi.l ci inies and oulragt-h were coni- mitlpd hy those mcitml HIT VDT RKJM'DTATK TITK The alsn finds that the respon- dents dcleitdul agi-arian lU'JMinors, but the cliarg.' WMS no' that they were niti- innte nntori'Mis ci l.nLiuils or that they helped such IK i -.ons to escape justice. It fur- ther liud- that the respondent.-, invited thoco- ojwMation of. and aceepled from Tatrick an advocate of crime in the use of dynmnite: but it is not proved that they that the duel con- trolled thy land league, or was collecting money tor the parliamentary fund. It is proved, however, that the respondents ac- cepted the assistance of the physical foi-ce party in Ainericn and that in ordnr to ob- tain Unit assistance from repudiat- ing or condemning action of thnt parly NO riu.V WITH MrilDKRS. In regard (he siH'ciflcations against Mr. Parnell, the report says the charge that at the time of the K Hum in! mm negotiations Mr, Parnell knew that Sheridan and Boy Urn were outrages is not proved; nor is any foundation for the allegations that h? was iuti'imte with Invincible1-, knew their plans or the Plueuix park mur- ders as their handiwork. The commission also fails to find that Mi F'aruell swit Byrne a remittMiice to enable him to to France DAVlTT'fi WORK. The judges find that Mr Dnvitt wan ft Fenian and that he received money from thp "skirmishing fund" for which money not for the format of tho but for the promotion of tlit; agitation leading up to it. Mr. Davitt was uminly in- strumental in bringing about the alliance of the pii-ty of violence in America with the Pamell party in America. THEY INMTKKD LANDLORDS. Tlio report reviews tho history of tho and l vs (hat the leadnj's combined to Jn- THE BATTLE OF CHiCKAMAJGA. MnpH Sbowi njj the Port loud of Troopf A IttmecfM tin. WASHINGTON, Ki-h 1 1 Hosocrnns, rogisler of tho .ificr in- iijKM'ting cry maps of thu bal-lc Held, re- finished ision of Col. H. C. Kellogg, has n.ddivsscil tho following letter1 to Secretnry Proctor: Keb. 13, IR90. Hon. Hfvlfleld Proctor, See ret a ry of Wtir; MR SKCKKTAHY -A.i of thfi Army of i 'umtMM'iunil, L'oMimuiHliriK general of the Union uf thv UatUo of riifekamaiifrn, and tho I'nloii, I hen Io tender you so.-ietT, and of sol- mmiicst tliciH and ly. for tlotiiil of an officer to t'oinpk'ti the nerieB of inupH nroHnntmn the of thw Union and t'oiiftxteraui trnuph in ilia! Imltlo. hk-h you have jtmt a credit to thf war dajtartmont, to Col. Kflloifir, who uii-ler your onlen. has no carefully com- pile.! thnni, nnd to our If you ro'ild liuve two mom NhciMii preparcil with Hke dkiliaixl fl.lel'ty to truth, (fivinK tho positions of trn IM ot rcspi-i-tivr on tbu day pn-eMlnj; and thf> fnllowinjt already the amp ld jrr add to thu vit.ue [HI Mfs-hfd and livivn ttiudiMitu of iury hl-inrv htilv 1 1 dumrp. UianLs fur >oiir intormit IB uoi'k. I urn, v ry ly, W S. NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS. York. of the The Mating Nicw YORK, Fob. The Anicnerui Nt-wnpiLjier Publish oin'iit'il vi'stci'iluy, Jatiuw W. Scott of the Ueriild, presiding. About aoventy- fivo present. A resolution favor- ing the j of un international right law was adopted, and it was resolved to invite Ihe co-opt-raiion of the National Edi- torial association with tliisa-Hstx-iation, to the mutual advantage of oach. The following officers for tho ensuing year were elected: President, J. W. Scott of tlie Chicago Her alii; vice president, H, H. Knuffinaii of tho Star; secretary, R. H. Cniujje of thu Pittsbiux Chionicle; treasurer, William l.mirun of the New Yorlt Kun. H. H. of the Boston ald, C. W. Knapp of the Ht. Louis Republic, Ixmis Halter of the St. Pan! (JloU-, C. Hryiint nf the Hrooklyn Times, and L. L. Morgan of the New Haven A se- cret session of two hours duration (hen held. The meeting terminated in a ban- quet at the HniMMUi-k last evening, at which t'hauncey M Charles A. Dana, A Minor (iiiswold, Lyman H Stevenson and others made speeches. EXTRADITION TREATIES CtHihidered hy tlie In the 1-Vb. II the secret ses- sion of yes'.ei'day the nommation of Daniel DorcliesU'r. to superintendent of Indian svlionls, was continued without fur- ther debute. Mr. Sherman, from tbo coin- tht' Itus- niittecon foreign rplahons political eliminated. This treaty re-commilted to the committee recently jin-e hniiHoiMs and drive out of the sian treaty with the ohjeclioiiable cluuwf (df- nmntrt by means of the system of Iniycotr clarinj; uttumpt nn the life of a cwir not a thcreliy Iwnig guilty of criminal con- spiracy Tniicliing the contradictory evidence of ,-auwe of objections U. this particular dan: FJO Cat-on and Mr. I'uniell over their The BrilMi extradition treaty was taken vieu in the corridor of tho house of commons up and discussed at Ipiux'lh. Scnatoi iu thecnnniiission holds that the lial- (Jray made a ajfain.st the provision of iccu-1 t h. ance af probability wns in favor- of the HO treaty pmvitlii PT trad it i for iiiaii- t the UM? of national r in the si a to ol The old Cradle of Lib- erty spoke then the sentiment of Massachu- setts, just as she would speak it to-day against any national IIIVHMOII of state rights or state duties vvli. tlicr that comes gifts or with force of There may lie still some aged non-com- batants in Massachusetts us there may be in Georgia who cling to old prejudices and would like now to fight thu war. But a new generation has come upon the Held, intensely loyal Io the result of thu war, gathering in- spiration from the patriotism and bravo deeds of the pfi-st, but uninfluenced bv any other prejudices. This- is a young influence, gnidod by the and not tlie past, who believe tlmt innn-l Itetween all sections there should be, loyalty, trater- nity and charity. It is too late to of sectional reeling when Southern soldiers have placet! their garlands on Bunker Hill, and the veterans North and South have met again on th" old battle tleld in friendship and love and exchanged the trophies of war. Sectionalism as a constant, threatening peril and disturbing force have gone forever. The war is over in both North and South, Its are permanent, its evils can be remedied. Thut is the duty of to-day. Easy to acconmlisn by a new North and a new South, reunited in love and Not for generations has there been so little to provide, so much to unite the North and South, and, reunited, so much for them to do. As our fathers bravely met the duties of their day, so let us, unfettered by the past, bravely meet the duties of our day, seeking only truth, justice, liberty and the welfare, honor and progress of our beloved country. BASEBALL GOSSIP. A Story Tlmt Richardtun Kelly Will Sign Uith the League. NKW YORK, Feb. Walter Appleton of the New York Baseball club returned from Klmira nmrn- ing and to a crowd of nevvspapur men hinted that Danny Richardson, the famous Hncond buseman, would sign a league contract and play in his old position this season. Mr. Appleton aiso said that Mike Kelly will Mgn league contract within two Among the Players' league men there is a disposition to stamp the whole affair as u of'Jeague Itlufrcry, designed to work dis- trust among tlie players and thus weaken their organization. "Danny is as solid as a said one brotherhood man, "and as Tor Mike Kelly, the league magnates can't onch him." Ivengue adherents on the other hand declared their firm that if Rich- urdson had not ixwitively signed lit- hud given liis word to Mr. Appleton to stand bv the old Tlie UontMiiH Election WASHINGTON, Keb. senate com- mittee on elections will take up the ntaiui election cases. The Republican and Democratic senators-elect tuive Utn mrti e-1 that they will b.'given a hearing, and they will appear by counsel to present their cases. A number of confer- ences Lave been held between of the committw, and the prevailing opinion is that the committee will make a rcsport in favor of svntiiig the Republican claimants, It has been thought for some time that the whole matter would be referred back to the people of Montana, but it is said the art inn of the Democratic senators in the Montana in running away from the state to prevent the count of a quorum has svri- ous-ly prejudiced tht1 eases, of the two Demo- cratic claimants ho re in the minds of the in- dividual memliei-s of the lieges aud elections. onimittoe on priv- racy of Lc Caroti. 11 wnh clear that hlmighlcr and for obtaining money under wrole ti> to come Kiirnjip to see false pretenses. A n umber of Mpt-.-i-hw on PHriii-11 and IJnrnell denies tlmt he. this snhjcct wore nmdc and thy wnute nd- told Caron that he Imd long journed without tuUing any final action. tlie t force lx-1 of anything a relief but for Vmsing lii-; denial nn the fivt tlint so. It in not impnxsihlc Unit in with a suppoxHl revolutionist Mr. I'arncll exprosscd in sufh fi man- ner ns to IOJIVD the impression tlmt he ngrfed witli thnsn wlin favoivil rpvolntion. 'J'li" Ai'icrican coiivcntions are quoted as proving the identity of the and sciitniHMit of the Irish with the physical forro party. mass of proved tlmt tlio in Ainorica Kiiwe has boon ditrHeil by the Clan-tm-dacl ami been civ in pro'iinl tho use >f for tho dnsli'iK'tion of life and nUrovrrrd in City. TiiKMtiN, N. J., I'Vb. pxnniination into the Jorsov ('ily plcr-tirm frnmU sumed here l.eiore Hie the try yo.sU-rday. I'p to the bej. of the -fi.OOO votes i enmity luid upon and .VM Imt: been proiiouneed bogus. One-third of Sen atni- McDonald's vote in six preeinrts has. lifcn shown to frniniulonl, and it isstiid that Mr. MrDoimM will resign, no niattx-t whnt tli" result of the inve.stigntion may In the Seventh, or "kul-glove." precinct it WH> 1'onnd that the liallot IHIXPS had tAin- ilh Jind a of illegal baltotn projierty in England. It i.s not proM-d., how- through them. The Eighth pwiiu-t ever, that Mr Pariipll knew the position of thf ('i GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. hA I'uriipll CiMMniiHHton'K Repnrt Can HAH Littli- Feb. Tho i-pport of eoinprisinp; tho Parnoll t'oninii--sion, which was laid before house of Bfport. ALBANY, Feb. of tho state forestry recites tlmt forest fires have been nm-h los frequent than ever fore, due to the ot (ire wanU-ns. i.s to enforce tho auditing of tho wardens' accounts hy the Bounties. Many cases of trespass have IWHMI arost'cutwl. Sonin remedy for the jvils of railroad building in the "wilderness." The increasing interest shown in forestry matters is a good omen of the future. The commission has expended during the past fiscal year and in the mflinten- nnce of Cat tsk ill park. A furt her report will soon be issued. The Preacher Got a Verdict. NEW YORK, Feb. the suit for damages brought by Rev. A. P. Miller, a colored clergyman, against the People's line of Albany and New York steamboats, be- cause of his being refused a state-room, the jury gave a verdict for The company claimed that all the state-rooms wei-e engaged 'vhen Mr. Miller applied for one, but the jury was not convinced that such was the case. yesterday. nobody and is not likely to afford even a slight degree of satisfaction to eithvr side. The very highest compliment that can Iw paid to it is snv that it is tem- perate and disjilays a attempt nn the part of its to as fair as their anti- Irish hia- will jh'i-nnt them to bo. Ther-hm-ges against thp Parnellttes forming the subject mutter for the coTtHnissinn's consideration, are treated of under sixty-nine distinct heads. The most disappointing fenture of the docu- ment is iis treatment of the forgf'io, which it was presumed nould exhrnistivelv dis- cussed and ln- -tcarl of (he opportunity to impress the country with their de-sire to be impartial, which this subject aiToi'ded, the commission have dismiss! the whole matter in precisely Mil words as entirely unworthy of their con- sideration. to condemn the imposition practiced upon THo Times by the iiis-tigiitors of tlie fr.i-enos. ATTACK'S ON THK PWCSS. Sixteen pages of the report, however, are devoted In Irish, Irish-.Vmcrinin and Americjin newspapers for in of crime in Frelnnd. Each of the accused per- sons is dealt with separately, Mr. Davitt con i in i; in for-the largest share of the com- mission's jud-'ineiit, which is, prM'hans, no more than could be expected, since Mr. Davitt was more scvert-in dealing with his- acrnsei-snud more outspoken in his opinion concerning th" government, its in appointing the commission and its expecta- tions- from the of that body than any of the men wljn testified w spoke during tho sittings. On the whole tli" rejjort is generally regarded as a very small return for the time, trouble and expense incident to the com- mission's investigations. A DKCHEE KMIGRATIOK. The authorities of the Russian province of Vilna have issued, a decree prohihitinj; the emigration of inhabitiints of that province to America. Tlie older was provoked by the official discovery from the various local re- turns that upwards of jjeiwns emi- grated to America from Vilna alone during the year NICKEL DEPOSITS FOl'ND. Large deposits of nickel have discov- erwl in Frankenstein, Prussian (Silesia, and companies are forming to develop the mining of that mineral. The establishment of the new mines will give employment to K large showed no irregularities, but a recount of the vote in the Ninth increased Htuhr't- vote from 10 to M. The committee hnw nd jmirned for tho week. Testimony AiiHlimt Murray. Kun. 14. When cour oiK'ned in t'amdnn ye.sterday in the murder Iri'il liarrctt AJnrray was mid on the stand until nearly noon. Hi examination covered his remarks to a mini of [ici-soris who were present, to whom he had declared UK- last place he snw Annir nliv ony of a number of wit, nesses in the afterno.ni went to show tha Murray hud contradicted himself n numlie of times in lii> statement. Several witnesses testified to jrrjrwl chuTvicter ani thai he and Annie the best nf term.' The tinker murks on Annie's thrmit wer noticed and conunenied upon. J'ort ions o the shirt used in the dressing of Annie's throit were identified, and t lie trousers that wore aUo in evidence. Feb. M. A meeting the full world's fair committee of the honw has been culled for to day, when the ropon prepared by r. f '.-mdler on the met hod 01 choosing a site will he decided on. The mat ter of balloting, !uis alrpudy been iv Ii'i'ivd to in these di-juilclif'.-', is to lie, gov t rued by no I rule such as that posed to drop off the city receiving lliclowf iiumlior of votes at the end of oach ballot Mr. Candler favors vntinjf on the (ion until one of the cundjdiitcs H'ceivct J innjority of all the ciist. V Snpposc.1 AcciHpnl SiiUl Io Murder !Ja., I'Vb. Kvidence ha jnst conic to h; ht tint) the shooting of Mtfhiic-l n.mt amainnriK'drttoi'hi hile ut ice :ir on .Ian. last, and vvhi h ni 1ii..t iimt- act-idem, a of jobbery, and thai heved to IHJ an murder (or tlie prir Htochick secured over u tr Honlner. Htochick mid the tin have Injen unalile to locate him. l'ur  entered on joitmul. Mr. Oumon rqiorUnl un uniondinent to ule Ifi, i-elutliig to cnlln, wi as U> pixivide hut nt'fcr the I'oll n reijuest to record A >te 01- announce n pair shall nut enter- ained, unless nieniSHM-'n IIIIH boeu loted under elausfl :i of thn rule. I'lanm 3 is mended so us to road a-> follows: "On tlie demand of uuy nicmlior nr at the of the sjjeaker, the names of 1110111- ers nmki> a quorum in tlw hall )f thn house, who do not. vote, shall lw voted >y tht! clerk and recorded in journal and to tlie shaker, with niembom oting, conntx'd nnrj tinnotinceil in tle- M'tntniug the of a quoriun do The aineiidmont. was Another amendment repotted by Mr. Can- non, proi idhig (hat executive coinmunicft- ,ions and Ijills limy be refnrred hy the to thorippropi connnitleij witlnmt iM-ing sulnnitted to tlio house, was adopted. Mr, Crisp of (Jeorgia oflVrexl un antiMid- nent to the clause, of the rule providing that no dilatory motion shall enteriained hy -he adding tho words, "hut a du- for tho yens and nays shall tint be con- sidered dilatory." Mr. A dm us of Illinois suggest   unotlicr titan repeat h and it might refuswl and on Jnlinitini Mr. Crisp'.s uinenilnieiit yrns, KRIK STORK 3XTJHJ W" FOR 1890. Vorj Choice ud Ezpte in Elegant Assortnxent. Mr. ('risp then ofl'ereil nn amendment pro- thai tlie Kpenknr shall not in any to oniertmn un appeal ir.nn hisde- isHjii, uhich after some discnsMoii wnfl yeas, navs, 110. UK fnrllwM- action the house utftiiri p. in. tonk 11 I until II o'clock to-ilny. IN THK TVAKiiiNiiTdK, 14.-In the Honateyps- lerrlay a of bills were reported from coniinittiH's and pineal on Hie calendnr. Among them was one {'orthe establishment 'ind maintenance Indian industrial Kcliool.-i in MicluK'tn nnd Soulli imkotu. Consideration of the lull to provide a tern- pornry nm emmr-iil fnr )Ulalioiiui then resumed, the pending uuesljoti Iteing Mr. Plumb's include No Man's Lund within the territory. Mr. Vest, iu supporting amendment, lie agreed Mr. IngallNHs to the, im- pnived condition of Ihe live but senators, u> practical legislators, ought' delilH'rately tx> the nnd to was taught by jxi.st cxpi'iienco in rela- tion to tin- region ing west of Indian tern- Nobody need bt- disappoint- ed, although some people are when they don't reee.ive a Valentine, even it be only a comic. DON'T let this terrible feeling Htrain the affectionate minds of your DKAR Send them a Valentine of some kind. We've put the price down so all can be remem- bered. We're Headquarters, (ind what yon cannot find here won't lie worth looking for elsewhere. (tenis of love, and Lace Valentines, Cnpid Dart Lace Valentines. Im- proved line of Luce Valentines, Love's Arrows Novelty Valentines, Sachet Valentines, Comic Valentines, Klite Card Comics, Trade Comics, 1'ortriiil Comics.Sharp Darts, Ilit-Vm hard Valen- tines, Fault Finders, Long Jokers, Changeable Comie.8. Handsomely Km bossed Valen- tine Fine, assort- ment (iolden (ieniriVuhtuliliUH. Valentines with choice and desirable verses. We will sell tilt; choicest designs ever offered. Don't fail to examine. KHIK STORK. HP had not said (as Mr. Infills inti- that No Man's Jjind was- refuse for outlaws; hut he as- wrted now that BO Jar as tlie law prop- erty was concerned. No Man's Lund was in an nnomoloits nnd unsatisfactory con- litinn. And so indeed was the whole Indian territory-which hud liy the supreme court as an "mdejiendent de- jx'nileney" that i night innan. With full intention t') pay the IndtaiiHa fair price the Chernkoo outlet, he thoiiKlit tiutt the best thing that could bo done wnn to add No Man's to the territory of Oklu- lionia. After further iliseuwicui on the ainendinent a vote wns (uken and it WILH Hi. Mr. I'liiinb offered nn uniendinent Htt-a the Cherokee outlet to Oklahoma for judicial but no action had IM'CII Itikcii on it and JUair tioiml bill up ns unfinished business. Mr. Hlair not Io pivss his bill and ID pet-mil the Oklahoma bill to be pro- with. di MJP. Plumb's am oti flmciiU weie endment after Some further d and the Adjoui'iied. WASiirstiToN, PVIi. H. -The pn-sident lias willed the long cnw against Ueut. Col. Josliua l-'lelelier, whoso court martial occurm! at Omaha last June, The charges against were coiuluct un ulhYcr ami and conduct prejuilii-ial to good ordor and military din- cipliitp. of (he charge had reference to the jMTviniil relations Iwtween Col and hii wife and involved a great deal of scandal at the barracks Fl'-lx-her WJIK 'Jlio court found hint guilty and sentenced him to dls- inisKii, but the president, in view of Home ting tehtiniony and thw previoiib gocx] record of tin to suspension of one fouith ofllcer. coininuUid the sentence >f rank and duty and Ins jxiy for it jtcriod of three A DtrlHion. Feb. M. -ArtHistant Hecre- tary Tichenor has that the ment niliiig of March :tl. the Imnelit of draw-back to when exported with beor rnaile wholly from hnjMH-teil gi-ain and hojw was not inteiiderl to exclude. Ixvr extorted in txittlen or othnr vessels of rionuwtic manufacture from the privilege of draw-bnck, which npplim to all wholly inuniifacturwi from imported inatoriHJ; without reference to the origin of t he vowels or in which such articles may BARGAINS IN CUSTOM CLOTHING. BLACK Wm IMPORTED SUITS! REGULAR PRICE BUSINESS SUITS! AMI UPWARD. OVERCOATS I AT 20 PER CENT. REDUCTION, TROUSERS! HEAVYWEIGHT. ind UPWARD. ThfMt jirinngnud until Walfy. IfttA. E. R. SALYER, CKNTKAL 4VKNIIK. LADIES! (I' v'ni want, an cany And slioc, with a heavy solo, one that will your feet 
                            

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