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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 14, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XXDUNKIRK, N. Y , FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IL 18.nl NO. lo Ii EF ii ES EST A TI VE I* KOF KMM ION AL* si USINfiSS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK \N KW IU I.INU YI ACH INK for ruling all kin i«* of blanks is Uh* lated »<i<lition to Uh- Mechanical l»«*|iartmeiil of Dunkirk Bruiting Com pan \. A I.KAAMO.K’N t oal and Wood Yard, TSU* Out rat Avenue, opposite Nickel Plate J lot All gradex of liar*! ami soft Coal, W k41 Luflsber, shingn# and I .atli. Free lehv    Correction    teuoe    for    wl    oleaale    lot* solicited. A CKX. VI. MANN, Practical Plumier, Pax „ and steam Fitter. Special attention g. yen to Sanitary Pin rn Iii 03    Kxti mates given on Plumbing, (.aa Fitting steam Heating and Hot Air Furnaces, ii K. Third street. Is It. tilKHilU), £33 and Vt* Central Ave. >. Artistic Photographer. Instantaneous Ptiotograplia of Haines a #|*ectalty. hitter* need not wait for aunuhine except for jab.ca I SOOK HI.XDKKY—J AHEM I EV I NO, Pro* > pnetor, No. IV, k. hecond street, near Buf-fato street, Iiunkirk, N. Y. Magazines, Mull;, Pamphlets, eh., bound in all at) Ic*. Onion p oui pi I) attended to. All work guaranteed. Ii (J IU ll KIPS CKIK KKKV IIOdHh .ais Central Avenue. Wlioltule and retail dealer in lac airted and itimiwtir china, ti lass ware, A-. I lilts. H. NAKKEN, £11 Central Ave. Hen* era! Insurance, Life, Accident and Fire. before traveling insure vour ife in Hie old reliable “'I ravelers’.” Heat Estate Agent. Loans negotiate I on p-opertv. Ltvel v Rates, ti per day. aud Itoaiding .Stable in connection. Victor Uider, 335 and 337 Lion street. / HTY It A KltKK SHOP \ j    (    has.    Nagle,    Prop., Under Lake Shore National Hank, corner center and Third stieeU. A flue stock of Foreign and OomesUC v.igara. j ION KLIN A SON. Vy    33*    center    street, I Tactical iHMrac-shoei a. Particular attention pal*! pi interfering horse*. Shoeing of road sr „ lr Itiiig hors*-* a specialty. I) I NKI KR KVEN INO OKSF.Kt F.K. Largest I laity in the County. Au unequalled a Ivertisiiig medium. I PNK I KH KNOINEKKINO COMPANY. I #    Formerly    hi    Hew    A    Popple. Man u torturer* of V.ngine*, Roller-, Pulleys, snailing Hangers, etc. Patterns, Forgings, casbngo, ami Machine Work lo onier. J .UN Ii IPK BHI KT PO., *Ki, A* and 3u7 / Ceuler street, Mauufactwren ol the ■‘cromwell” and “Dunkirk” perfect - titling Ureas shirt*. On sale in all leading furnishing, •dothing and dry goods bouses in Dunkirk, I V r. TOO Vt LY, I/.    4.14 and 4;J*> Lion street. mater iii I lour, Food, alt. Hated Hay. Pima pilate*-, etc. Lstablisbcd, is, 1 1 KIK HOT KL an*l timing Saloon, Union fj Depot Ka*) acce** to all tram* aud business house*. Hest aecom im *lalions for Cow ucreial Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. i- III.Kits Si PO-. \    sri    and    SM    K Third allect. Fine Furniture. Cabinet Wan* and Up-uotsU-rnig. Picture Frames made to order. b\ ll. WATT KHON Si PO., .■Mil Central Ave , treaders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitter*. ll A UFI.I. NT KAM ll KAPING WL Manufacturer* of Steam Henting Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a specialty. ti GMK NTKAVt LAUNDRY. Our speeialtiea:    Fine    Shirts, jc; Cuffs, 4c, and Lace Curtains. cry. A vt . Cumming*,  ...... IOU; Collars, Free Deliv-Ceuter street IC OKUM. fc. Tbinl sc, cor. of Buffalo Mituuf.ictiirei and dealer in Fine Boot* A Shoe*. ii r.NKW WKILKK’N NKW STORK, HEI K. * tr union t*. Magazine**, Daily aud « wkly PsiHsrs, and every thug pertaining ton tlrsl class book store. Sc boo. lHM»ks a specialty. .I ult PRINTING of every description aud at lowest Ii tmg rams by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO K. Second St. JH. VAN HPKKN St SON, Fire Life, I Accident and General liisuracot Dealer® in Rial Estate and Loans. Particular Attention paid to the cire of property collecting rents Ac. ‘210 Center st., ‘iud floor. M 0-?ROK’S PHARMACY. :*K* Central Avenue Headquarters for Wall Paper Paints. Otis, Ae. II KKKINS, J. w., •AM center street, Manufacturer and dealer in Hat ness. Sail de.,, i.r*dies, collars. Trunks,Vt h ps, Buffalo Holies, Poise Cover*.Gloves.Mittensand Sleigh Holies. I plumbing. A apodal tv team an I Gas aired T. W. Murray, 33, Lion street. made of Sanitary Plumbing, Fitting. Workmanship guar I*. MC HOLT KA, 17 Fast Third sire* st, rill tacir advantage to call on me tiefore purchasing rise where. H. CARV A PO., 333 Lion street. General Hard ware, White I a-ad,< his, Painter’* supplies Cloths, Grai Ie VV are. % special t./d suer win William* Pa • taud Munroe range. II ll Ll NG, * ich a- blank-books, ledger-*, and k a i kind* of blanks done at Dunkirk Pnu’ing Company, 8 and IO K. Second st. Rudolph moldknh yfeic. cor. Thin! and Buflalo St*., Dealer in Granite, Marble, Flagging ll midi n IL T. Hoi.PH, M II., Pit)sinai! and surgeon, OIH ce over Ly a’s Drug Store. U*-*i<icnoe, Centra! Avenue. Telephone No. 0. ( alls may be left at I yon’*. SPF.CIAL ANNOUNCEMENT s ____    and Stone. Call or. me ts'fore buying your sn ie-wa Ik RISLEY A WL 7 and » Hast Front street. Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Use Rokkkt m eat, Lion street, near the depot. Hoarding, Sale, Food and Livery Stabling by the «Uy or week on terms.    __ v AIT "MFN Wan!' I st --inc I .ural <-r I Traveling Big Pay. Steady Work, stock Warranted (Juick Selfing Specialties. Outfit Fin* Experience rnnenrssary. J as. K. w hit-sky, Nursvman, Uochextrr, N. Y. ^ TODD A ET A CO., Patent Attorneys, 615 7th -T st, VV 1 -in nguni, D. C-, opt# I S Patent Of* flee Patent*, Caveat* and Hi- Issues secured Trade Marks registered All Patent biisines* oond tided for moderate Fee*. Information, Advice Mini apodal reference* scut on reipiest. AibWALAHY. f4 • EXPENSES IN AIN* VANCE, allowed each mouth. SU*ady cm ploy me ut at bom# or traveling. No solo it-mg. (mtiesdelivenngand making collections. No Postal (anis. Addn*** with stamp. HAFER A CO., Piqua, Ohio. I wish Ut employ a few ladies on salary to take I charge of my business at their homes. Light, very fascinating and healthful. Wages #10 per week. Reference given, (»o<xl pay for parttime. Address with st mp. VI KS. MAK-ION WaLKKK, laMOHiille Ky. A MOUTH cam br made working for us. Persons preferred who i an furnish a horse and give their whole time to the business Spare moments may be profitably employed al-o A few vacancies in town* and cities 8. F. JOHNSON A CO., ior»> Main St., Richmond, Va. For Rent or Nu It*. Holt se corner Second and Dove streets Newly lilted up ami tu flue condition. Will sell oh ea*v term*. Enquire at the office of Martin Hester Co. rmon Elders* Book Min ngth, mailed ere* to married Orouah. Maraud Bt. New York va. SPRING 189(1 WAIT FOR 1 1 D. MATTESON d? CO’S p k i 1 r>t ] A full line ot all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! stable reasonable EID. J. W„ R ’    "    134    Center *treot. Dealer in Musical InstrumenU and Sewing Machine*. We make a specialty of first claus make* of Pianos and Farrand A Votuy Organa. AM J. GIFFORD. BOI Central Ave. (Up stairs). General Insurance and Real Estate Anent. F'ire, Life, Accident, and Live Block Insurance. Prompt attention giv sn to buying and selling Real Estate._ JON KH, 75 E. ThirtksL, cor. Deer. Va ce la 1 or Mea1 Market. Fresh, Bait anil S milk e*l Meats. Lac I, Sausages, yyster. sad Poultry.    _ S T.‘ Ever brought City. into this WAIT! A MITA BLK GATH KRING. I A BITTER F,GMT ” CANADA TMK PARM ELL RKPORT. ANNUAL BANQUET OF THE ATLANTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. A Largs Attendance of Men Prni la Commercial sod Public Life W. IL Russell of Massachusetts tit* Principal fspceeh—A Tribute Int* Henry VV Grady. — How. Makes to th* New Barter Shop. o. A. ItPKKKF, formerly In Wheeler’* Imr-iier-shop, bas opened the barber-shop in the Erie lintel. Ila ha* every facility for good irk. and customer* will And it a g«**d plaoe to go for shaving and hair cutting Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured IV AOMIRIST(IIRO IR. KAIRIS' ROHER SMCWC. II can be given in a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar tides of food, without the knowledge of the person taking it; it Is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and speedy rure, whether the patient in a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure iu every instance. AB page book FREE, Address in eonflden-e, f OLDEN SPECIFIC CO. I RS Nae * St.. ClncinnalLO C. 0. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER, 3414 M AIN HT., RUFFALO, N. Y. DKA!.KH IN MMS, IAT© md JEIS1ET, flocks. Silverware, Leather (mmmIs, Fie. BXU ti A ll .VG, GOLD 4 SIL IKR PLA TIAO Atuasta. Ga . Feb IL—Tlw And annual banquet of the Atlanta Chamber of (V*m-nw'n-e wa- held la*t evening at the Kiniietll house, aisiut 4H0guest* tieing preaant. Among the pnmiinent northerners present were President 8. Smith of the New York (Tisniler of Commerce, F. B. Tho rime, Rus-a^i Harrison and C. N. Blkst; from Hilton, Jonathan A. I Aine, preaklent of the Merchants' ai***m-tatnm: (ieorgs W. Morse and Hon. W K Bufll; from <*hi«-ago, J. P. Rumney aud M J. Downing, from Ohio, Governor Campiwll. Hon. John B. Hughes, (’laud Meeker, Hon. Price McKinney, <*. H. Burrows, N K. Adrieuce. H. H. Meyer and C. H. Van Chef. A telegram of regret wa* revived from Hon (’. M. D*-jiew of New York President O. O. Oglesby of the Atlanta Chamber of < 'onmirnv welcomed tile visitors in behalf of that b«»lv, and Governor Gordon, in the first regular sfieei h of tha evening, well saned them on behalf of the state. Mayor Glenn then spoke for the city. Ke-*jh -use- to toasts followed from Governor Campla-ll of Ohio, (Ion Charles H. Smith of New York, Hon. Patrick Calhoun of Atlanta. Congressman Wilson, Hon. W. E. Russell aud Hun. Jonathan liene MIU KU MUELL.’* HPKF< 'H. In his spee« h Mr. Russell said: Glailly I find myself to-night in the land of the sunny South and under th* charm of Its warm hi-artel I hiwpitality. I come without ufliiv or title, yet I<eanrig. I ain sure, from the old Hay State, greeting and good w ishes to a younger of the thirteen sisters, whojoiiM-d iii syfu|»athy and friendship in days of |s»ril and oppression, and who, now in time of js-ai-e. independence and liberty, an- united as jiarts of a great republic, joint heirs of its glorious heritage ami equal fa**-tors in achieving it* grand dottily. May we to-night, meeting as fellow countrymen, pledge anew our love to a common cmintry, and sluiimg in her glory ctmsiiier the duties and the (stiIm that confront her. In this spirit there is no North, no South, no East, nor West; no lairden u|*»n • »ne that is not felt bv all—the pnaqierity of each is the sai red dut y of all. I know lite sorrow that |iervarle* this meeting. I feel tin* thought in every mind. A friend, a tentier, statesman and patriot ha* gone. Ile loved the Mouth, lait s|s>ke for all. With tun11 ‘Iiless elis|uence and th* manly fraukiH*ss of a noble soul he prtsTaitned the | uiid) mg loyalty of TU.diWi.iMlO people to our common country, to all her institutions and to all her laws; and tlwii he asked f oui lear alice, svinji.itbv and aid while th* new Mouth adjusted the jst-t to the prewnt and wilved this** momeutuous problems vital to her, vital to all. aud gave his life bi th* discharge of tins patriotic duty. North and South mingle their tear* at hi* lov, gather inspiration from his life, and join hearts and hand* in worthily jierpetuat-lug his memory. To me has tieeii given the and yet jiicasant duty of bringing here from til* Young Men'* I. moi rat ic club of Massa cli Use tt* it* contribution to hi* mouiiineiit as it* tnt site to hi* memory. His jiatriotic purls se. J*>litleal convictions and progrwwiv* sjiirit represented as truly the 6.000 young, progressive lb-nnK-rats of that club as it did bis own U-lovis! state of Georgia. RgSt’I.TK or THE WAH. Mr. lYrsident, war Mettled, a* only war Could, un irrejiressible conflict between institutions that isRild not live t<>gether. Htatee-meti might lull a itamtry to repose; compro-mi4> might |Mi*tjione the dreaded day; but the skeleton w as ever in th# ch wet—some generations hi d a new difficulty to fare and perform. It was a sectional difference, involving questions of free institutions, constitutional rights, vested interest* and al»ove ait, centum tit and a hi rh**r law. With heroism. suffering and sacrith-e, and intense levity to hi Hirst convictions, each side mamie (tied the conflict. I sh--ald lie false to myself. fall** to you and disloyal to th* sentiment of ttoth my stat* and yours, if I hesitate! to say that the issue of tile conflict was ri bt; its great result* are liem-th-ial both to the North ami Mouth and are now loyally UjJicld by all our jienplc. (hie is apt, however, to forget that with all the giMid accomplished war brings also in its tm iii evils that only time, jiatienre and patriotism can cure. It left the South iin-|*>verished and exhausted, her fields waste*!, her railway systems undeveloped and im-jaircl and her wealth destroyed A revolu-ti<Hi of ideas folowed a revolution in institutions. With wonderful energy and ^Mirage tike entered u)h>h her ik*w life. How well she has lived it. how much, vastly much she ha* ac.-01 nj dished, you gentl«‘m*‘n of Atlanta, fiiHii tin* ex|**rietn*e*l of this great and growing city, can tell lietter than any word* of mine. Education has atlvan**ed with ever incieasing strides, and with equal |»are, ju*-tire. thrift, imuality and resjiect for law— and last, lait n*»t least, flee lal*>r and per-»uial lilierty have lieen demonstrate*! to be the key to industrial alai commercial pms-perity. I’jsHi th*ise priiH-ijmh North and South stand now thoroughly unite*!. Many evils of th** war Jiave lte**n cured— and all have linen cure*! that tended to divide the cuuntrv bv necthmal preju*li**e uiion sectional lines. Faneuil hall since the war has uttered her iiwliguaiit and lum-jsti tisan pixe t«*>t against th** use of national j*»wer in the Mat* ol Ismi-iana The okl Cradle of liberty *1* >ke th**n Ha* sentiment of Mar«achu-aetts, just a> she would speak itto-<lay against any national invasion of staU* rights or state duties sh' tiler that power **omes learing gifts or w itll force of amis. There may lie still some age*I non-*,o*n-tmtant-s in Massachusetts as there may lie in Georgia who cling to old prejtalices and wimid like now to fight the war. But a new generation ha* come ujkhi the field, intensely loyal to the result of the war, gathering inspiration from th* J nit riot ism and breve de** Is of the J Hist. but alMoiutely uninfluenced bv any other prejudices. This is a young influence, guided bv the j>res**rit and not the jast. who believe that iii aud letwreen all se<*tions there should lie kiyalty, fraternity aud charity. It is too late to sjieak of sectioiuil feeling when Sou tile rn sol* liers have place* I Hie lr garland* on Bunker Hill, and the veterans North and S*mth have met again on th • old I sit tie field in friendship and love and exchanged the trophies of war. Sectionalism as a ^instant, threatening peril and disturbing force have gone forever. Ttie w ar is over in both North ami South. It* benefit* are permanent, its evils **an be renusiit-d. Thut is th* duty of Uvday. Easy to arconipiisi! by a new North and a new South, reunite*I in Rive ami rivalty Not for gem*reti*ms has there Iweii so little to provide, so much to unite the North ami 8outh. and. reunited, so uiu**b for them to do. As our fathers bravely met tbeduties of their dav, si * let us. unfett<*red bv the just, bravely meet th*- duties of our «’iay, M*ekmg only truth, justice, libertv and th* welfare, tumor and jimgress of our belove*! country. About AMUhlni Irrsrh as un Ofttctal I .anguuge. OTTAw.v, Feb. 14. —Th* imlitu-al situation in Canada at jirew**nt is alarming ami unless I prompt and effective measures are taken im-inent nasliau-lv by the government to avert public attention fnnn the French questiini the results may ta* disastrous to Canada's national destiny. Dalton McCarthy, M. P., in introducing a measure to prov ide for th* abolition of the French as an official language in the North west territories, has fanned into a flume th* slumliering fire of racial jirejudice and hat red The iiitrudiX’tina of this measure w as the signal for the fieriwet ojipnsition from the French mem liers tai both side* of the houne The government as a compromise intrts du ed an amendment making the «|iiestion a prov im la! chi*, lait the 14*xxi of th* Kren**h-men is up Yesterday Mr. Beausoleil introduoad an am«*nduieiit to th* amendment that matter* ti* allowed to remain as they are at present. A government caucus w a* hel*i ye*U*rday and every effort mode to indu*-* the French ooneervativee to supjiort tile govenunent amendment Hon. J. A (’hapleau, secretary of state, as a leader *»f the French element, ojiciily announced that as tile question was not one of politi**x, lait of race and creed, every French meddler in th* house would vol* for Mr. Beauaoled's amendment. The Eiigli-h speak mg element are equally determined. Party line* are totally obliterated and the fight is French against English lost •veiling'* d> lait* was one of th* most stormy ever heard in Canadian |Mirliameut. Sir Hector Ismgevin, minister of public work*, mail* a strong speech in favor of Beau* ileil's amendimmt, and chara**terized Mr. McCarthy as a fanatic of th* worst type. He said the French in the provinre of (Jubilee would opp*mw any infringement on tile rights of their feUow-c* wintry men in the Northwest, if ne«x*s**ary at the point of Hie I ut yi met. Mr. Charlton, M. P., a Protestant Liheial, follow.si and cliaracterixe*! the ministers ut-teiam-esa' rank inUileranc* which should not lie tolcrnUxi in a British ooUBtry. The excitement among the niemtien* of the house is intense and everything |M>intsb>a wild ami exciting session. Tho result uoone knows, lait it is thought that the government amendment will carry by a small majority. The French member* say that if the government insist on jinxing the amendment they will lie «lefeated at the |x»ll* at the next general election. The leaders of Ixith {xilitical jiartio* are at sea ami find it utterly iiiijsseitile to control the sudden burst of animosity and racial difference*. Th* excitement prevalent here is gradually spreading through the country. IT IS PRESENTED AND READ IN HOUSE OF COMMONS THE ALL MEN AGAINST HIM. A Criminal Rho Says H* Has No liiren tiv* to Reform. CLB VELA IVD, Fell 14. — Wednesday after noon a busine** man saw two rough looking men emerge from St. Jn**>|»h's Catholic church, on Woodland avenue, and as they acted in a suspicious manner, he gave chase One of them eM-ajxxi. Ult the other ran into HL Bridget'* church, w here he was captured. In jxilic* «-ourt yesterday he claimed to have stolen nothing from 8t. Joseph's, but th* official* of the church rejxirt a valuable com mullion service missing. The thief, who gave hi* name a* George Burke, stated on the stand, that Ii* had *j»ent twenty-four years in different jienitentlanes, hi* last term Isling two y.-ars in the Trenton. N. J., state jirison. for aiding in a Newark jail delivery. Nj *-ak mg of his crime*. Burke said: “I have never hail any en*-ouragement to lead an honest life. Ever since I wax first wrong fully convicted I have lieen kicked down hill. Whenever I got work sotnelxMlv would com# along and tell my employers that I was a criminal ami I would lie discharged. I don't (mrs what becomes of me now ; I have lost hope." He was fined ♦JHI ami srnten*-ed to two months iii the workhouse. BASEBALL GOSSIP. A Story That Richardton and Kelly Will Nign With the League. Nkw York. Feb. 14.—Director Walter Aj>jilet«si of Hie New York league RaxelittH club returned from Elmira yesterday morning ami to a crowd of newsjwtjier men hinted that Danny Richardson, the famous mx-ond baseman, would sign a league contract and play in his old lunation this season. Mr. Apjileton aixo said that Mike Kelly will sign a league ismtract within two week.. Among tile Players' league men there is a disposition to stamp the whole affair as a |*ie*-e of league bluffery, designed to work distrust among the players and thus weaken their organisation. “ Danny is as soli*! ax a nick.'’ said one brotherhood man, “ami as for Mike Kelly, the league magnates can't touch him." I league adherents on the other hand declared their firm tielief that if Richardson hail not positively sigmxl he had given his wor*l to Mr. Appleton to stand bv the old club. Mr. I’arn*!! Not Guilty *f ism pl let tv In Murder or Crime, hut HI* Action* Ware 4 nictitated to Pinm<>t« It—*tr. Davitt Condemned fur Adiating the Dynamiter*. Londox. Feb 14-—The report of the Parnell s|m cia! «xii omission, presented to jmrlia ment vesterday. fiml* that Hie r* sjMiudeut members of the houre of ('mullions were not memlieix of a conspiracy to establish the absolute mdepeinleiuwof Ireland, lait that some of them, together with Michael Davitt, joined tile land leagu* with the intention to accomplish by it* mean* th* indepemWtioa of Irelaml ax a sejxtrate nation. The communion entirely a<s|iiit* Mr. Paniell and the other accused m<*inls-t> of insincerity iii their dmiunciatioti of the Plncnix park murders sod finds that the far simile letter published in The Time*, ujsm which the charge wa* chiefly liused as against Mr. Parnell, wax a forgery. The respondent*, the rejsirt om-COQtinuea, did not directly im-ite crime, ex-(v|d int int illation, which did incite, with the mailt that crim** and uutra^i* w.*re wKn-mitte-l by thorc im'ited IUD NOT MUMT DI ATK TMK DYN A MITERA Th* ooiiiiuission also Ands that the resjion-dents del emit d agrarian pri? 'liers, but the charge was not proved that they were intimate w itll notorious criminals or that they helped such pc reoil x to ewcajie justice. It further find* that the reapotulcntx invited theco-operation of. and ac<s*j>ted mbn-Hplioi* from Patrick Ford, an advocate of crime iii the use of dynamite; but it is not proved that thev were aware that th* Clan-na Gael controlled th* land league, or was collecting money for the parliamentary fund. It is proved, however, that th* resjxmdenta ac-rej»t«s| the assistance of Hie ftbyxkml fore* {•arty iii America alai that in order to «*b-tain that Mvv-istaiice alistnined from repudiating or condemning the action of that party NO OONK Kl TI* IN WITH Mt’RHF.Hh. In regard to the specifications against Mr. Parnell, the rejxirt nay* the charge that at the time of the Kilmamhani negotiations Mr. PartH-II knew that Sheridan and Boykin were organizing outrages is not proved; nor is there any foundation for the allegations that h* was intimate with Invincible*, knew their plans or recognized the I*hietiix park murders as their handiwork. The commission also fails to find that Mr. Parnell sent Byrne a remittance to enable him to e*ca|«e to Fran's* davitt'h work. 1*he judges And that Mr. Davitt was a Fenian and that he received money from the “skirmishing fund’' for *>utrages, which money was not for the formation of the league but for the promotion of Hie agitation leading up to it. Sir. Davitt wax mainly instrumental iii bringing alout the allianre of the party of violeme iii America w ith the Paniell party in America. TH KT INJURED LANDLORDS. The report reviews the history of the league and declares that tic* leader* combined to injure Im milords and drive th»m out of the country by mean* of the system of boycotting, thereby being guilty of criminal conspiracy. Touching the contradictory evidence of Le Coroa and Mr. Paniell over their interview in the corridor of tile house of commons in I NBJ, the commission holds that the 1ml-ance of ;>r«^ability was in favor of the accuracy of I>e Caron. It was clear that Im Canon wrote to De voy to come to Europe to see Paniell ami Egan. Parnell denies that he told Im Caroa that he had long ceased to lielieve in anything but the force of arms a* a relief for Ireland, basing hi* denial on the fa t that he never thought *0. It is not imjxissible that in conversing with a supposed revolutionist Mr. Paniell ex|ires-s»sl himself in such a manner ax to leave the impression that he agreed with those who favored revolution. Th * American conventions are quot<d as proving the identity of the sympathy end sentiment of the Irish leaguers with Hie physical force jiartv. The ina* of evidence I ire vol that Hie league in America since lXNd has been directed by the C’kui-ua-Gael ami been actively engaged in promoting the use of dynamite for the destruction of life and property in England. It is not proved, however, that Mr. Parnell knew tile position of the (Man na Gael. w w ATI’II KS, JKWKLKY, *t. Buy the Aurora Railroad Watch. r„,kT3‘KiL .t M. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor. JJA (jeuLr*I Avenu* A COMPLETE LINE OF HOUDA    Y MAIN ST HE KT, Opposite Iroquois Hotel. Tile Montana F, I ceti on (’Huts, YN ash I NiiTON, Fell. 14.—The w'liate committee on elections will take up to-morrow morning the Montana election cases. The Republican and DetiHXTRtic sei ut tore-elect have las ii noti e*! that they will la* given a hearing, and they will ajijmar by <xamsel to jirweitt tlx-ir cases. A numlier of confer-em-es have been held between memliers of the (smimittee. and the jirevailing opinion is that the committee will make a rejxirt in favor of cating the Republican claimants. It has lieen thought for some time that the whole matter would lie referred lack to the jieople of Montana, but it is said the action of the Democratic senators in the Montana legislature in running away from the state to prevent the count of a quorum has seriously prejudiced the cases of the two Democratic claimants here iii the minds of the individual mem!tent of the committee on privileges and elections. Forestry Commissioners’ Report. Albany, Fell. 14.—The rejx*rt of the state forestry commission recite* that forest tires have lieen much less frequent than ever lie-fore, due to tlw ajijN intmeut of fire warden*, legislation is recommended to enforce tin* auditing of the wardens' account* by the VMI ii tit's Many cast's of tresj ass have lieen irosecuted. Some remedy is asked for the jvi)s of railroad building in the “wilderness.’’ The increasing interest shown in forestry matters is a gtxsl omen of the future. The aom mi adon has exjiended during the jost fiscal year F^e’kiS and $3,923 in the mainten-alice of Cattskill park. A further report will soon lie issued. The Preacher Ast a Verdict. New York, Feb. 14.—In the suit for $5,000 damage* brought by Rev. A. P. Miller, a •'olored clergyman, against the People'* line af All amy and New York steamboats, because of his being refuge I a state-room, the jury gave a verdict for $500. The company claimed that all tbestate-nsan* were engaged when Mr Miller aj*plied for tale, Imt the jury was not convinced that such was the casa. THE BATTLE OF CH! CK AM AJG A. Nap* show Dig the Portion* of Troop* Appio*cd lit (ten Roceersn*. Washington, Fab ll, Gen. R<ise**rans, register of the treasury, tfter carefully inspecting eight very elaborately executed mn J I- of the ('ti ic* a.1.Anga bat !• field, re-oetitiy finished under Hi* suiter vision of Col K L’. Kell<»gg, has ad*lrex>*sl the following letter to Secretary Pnx tor ‘W ***!X«iTus, Feb 13, lHfld Hon Bed fie Id Proctor, Secretary of War: Mr Sfc< hit AHY .As president of the Anay of lh* i unn**iu.nd. as cointiiandiUK general of the Union force* of th* tattle of Ctnckainaiiira, and as a citizen of the Paton. I beg to tender you warmext think* for your cordial ami effective moNinsc to tile « i«he* of the no iety, an i of aob diets and citizen truer* ly, for th* detail of sn officer to complete th* series of iiiaj** pre*-Ulm* the positions of th* Union and t’onfedsrste troop* in (hat battle. The map* * hu-h you have just published sr* a ere tit to the war dsnartmenl, to Col. Kellogg, who un ier your orders, has *0 carefully compile I them, and to our gov#, iiinent lf you could have two more aheets prepared with like ftki! aud fidelity to truth. Kit ing the jioHiriona of the tro J is of tdje rwim-Uft armies on the day pns-e-utig and th* day following Uio-e already delineated, It would gr atty add lo the va us *f the 01 »px alteedv pu listied and leave siudents of miluarr hi dory little t« deair*. Renew lag thanks for your’p-rsonsi internal in t ie work. I am, t ry respeetfii ly. W ti. Rmuxiaxs NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. The Farnell ('ouimission'* Report C'auae* I .it 1 Ie Kiirprlse. TxiNtviN. Feb. 14.—The report of the judges comprising the Parnell spcr'ial commission, which wits laid In‘fore the house of commons yesterday, surprised nobody and is not likely to afford even a slight degree of satisfaction to either side. The vert highest compliment that can la* jwtid to it is to say that it is tein-perate and display* a jai fable attempt on the fart of its framers to lie as fair as their nnti-Irisli bias will jw-rmit them to he. Thecharges against the Pamellite* forming the subject matter for the coninihcsion's consideration, are treat«‘d of tinder sixtv-nine distinct h«'a«lx. Tile most dixappointiug feature of the <lo«-u-ment is its treatment of th*' forgeries, which it was presumed would he exhaustively discussed and uni'Cfs-rvedlv character-fanci. In-xf*'ttd of si'i/.ing the opjtorfunity to imprem the country w ith their desire to lie imjiartial, which this subject aff<>rde*i. the commission have dismissed the whole matter in |»r*x-wcly 161 words ax entirely unworthy of their consideration, except to condemn the iuifwait ion practiced up<*ti The Times by the instigator* of the forferiw. ATTACKS ON THE PRUSS. Sixte-Mi jage> of the rep*>rt, however, are devoted to arraigning Irish, Irish-American and American ih-w sjajiers for iii Ttement of crime in Ireland. Each of th** accused persons is dealt with separately, Mr. Davitt coming in for the larg<**t share of the commission's severe jud-mient, which is. jierhapa, 110 more than <s»uld lie expected, since Mr. Davitt wax more severe iii dealing with his accuser* and more outspoken in his oj hi lion couceming th-- govenuiK'nt, its motives in apl* biting the commission and itxexjHs-ta-tioiix fnKii He* lalx*rs of that Univ tlian any of the moll who testifieil or xjioke during the sittings, (hi Hie whole tie- report is generally regard^! as a very small return for the time, trouble aud exjs-nse iocidcnt to the commission'* investigations. A DKURKE PROHIBITING EMIGRATION. The authorities of the Ruasian province of Vilna have issued a decree prohibiting the emigration of inhabitants of that province to America. The order w as provoke I by the official discovery from tile various I* sal returns that upward* of 10.0U0 parsons emigrated to Aineri(a from Yilna alone during the year INSP. NICKEL DEPOSITS POUND. Large deposits of nickel have been discovered in Frankenstein, Prussian Silesia, and companies are forming to develop the mining of that mineral. The asta bl ixh met it of the new milles will give employment to a large nu in tier of jierxonx and there is consequently great popular rejoicing at the discoveries. The Meetina Convene* at Nfw York Officers Fleeted. New York, Feb. 14.- The meeting of th* American Newspaper Publisher*' association ofiened yesterday, James W. Scott af the Chicago Herald, presiding. About seventy-five people were present. A resoiutuMi favoring the jiassage of an international cojiyright law wax admitted, and it wax also resolved to invite the (seojs'i ai ion of the National Editorial association with thisn**ociatioa, to the mutual advantage of each. Th*' follow ing officer* for the ensuing year were el*s'ted: President, J. W. H«s>tt of the Chicago Herald; vice |»rexident, 8. FL. Kauffman of the Washington Star; secretary, R. H. Camjie of the Pittsburg Chronicle; treasurer, VV Glia rn ladfan of the New York Kiln. Director*: E. H. Woods of the Bunton Herald. C. VV. Knapp of the St. Louis Republic, I a *11 is Baker of th«* St. Paul Glo!**. VV. C. Bryant of the linxiklyn Times, and L. L. Morgan of the New Haven Register. A xe^ cret session of two hours duration wax then held. The meeting terminated in a grand t»an quet at tile Brunswick last exciting, at which ChauiKvy Vt Depew, Charles A Dana. A. Minor Griswold, Lyman Marsh. VV. H Stevenson and others made sjiecvhex. EXTRADITION TREATIES Considered by the senate—Defect* In the Russian Document. VV A*KINGTON, Fell. 14,—In the secret session of tie* senate yc*t«-rday tile nomination of Daniel Dorchester, to la* xuj>erinteudent of Indian adioolx, wax confirmed without further de!cite. Mr. Sherman, from the committee on foreign relation*, reported the Russian treaty with the objectionable clause (declaring nit atb'injit on the life of a czar not a political offense) eliminated. This treaty was re-committed to the committee recently I ie-cause of objection* to this {(articular clause. The British extradition treaty was taken up and discussed at some length. Senator Gray made a sjsMsdi against the |trovi*ion of the treaty jtrovidmg extradition f(*r manslaughter and for obtaining money under false pretenses. A numlier of xpeeche* on this xubj*M*t were made and the senate adjourned without taking any final action. Frauds Discovered Iii .lereey City. Th en IDN, N. J., Feb. 14.—The examination into Hie Jersey City election frauds wa* resumed here lefoiv the senate committee of im j ii try yesterday. Pp to the beginning of th*- session    of    the 42,000 votes cast in the isMiiity had l»e**ii jmussisI ujion and .’kM had lie*>n pronounced l*>gus. (int--third of Senator Mclhmald's vote in xix pris-incts has Is'eii shown to lie fraudulent, and it is said that Mr. McDonald will resign, no matter what tie* rexult of the investigation may lie. In the Seventh, or “kid-glove” precinct it was found that the Itallot boxe* had 1**011 tam-)*»red with and a number of illegal tvtllotx run through them. Tile Eighth precinct boxex showed n«* irn'gularitie*. but a recount of the vote iii the Ninth increased Ktuhr'x vote from IO to 54. The committee has ad-jounied f.ir the week. Tent I in oil v AxaiiiMt Rurrajr. Pnif.ADEt.rniA, Feb 14. — When court opened in Camden yesterday in the I^eConey murder trial Garrett Murray wax re-cnllisl, and wax on the stand until nearly noon. Hi* examination covered hi* remark* to a immix-r of persons who were J (resent, to whom he had declared tie- last place he saw Annie alive. The textimony of a numlier of witr nesses in the afternoon went to show that Murray Imd contradicted himself a numl**r of tini(*s iii his statement. Several witii»*s*es testifi*sl to Ij (\«ncy's gixxi character and that he him! Annie were on the liest of term*. The finger marks on Annie's throat were noticed and commented iqxdi. Portions of the shill iwx I in the dressing of Annie'* throat were identified, and tile trouser* that LrConey wore were a1 si in evidence. \4iitliT* Fair Committer fleeting. Washington, Fob. 14,—A meeting of ♦he full world'* fair committee of the house lias lieen railed for today, when the report lirejiared bv Mr. Camller on the method of 1 his (sing a site will Is- divided on. The matter of balloting. which has already been referred to iii these di -patches, is to 4** gov-< reed by bo radical rule such ax that jins jrfwsl to drop off the city receiving the lowest numlier of votes at the end of each tmllot. Mr. Candler favor* voting (*ti the site question until one of the candidates receive-, a majority of all the vote* east. 4 Sn|i|ioxe«t Aeeiileni sh OI In be Murder Bellefonte, Pa., Feb. ll.—Evidence has just conic bi Iii ht showing that the shooting of Michael Bon’ cr bv a man named Stocbick, while at target J ira ct wv. near Snowshoe, on Jan. 23 last, and whi h ui that lime wax 1**-I ie vex I to lie an accident, win- a deli lyrate murder for the jsirjx*-- of rol>hery, Kiwi that Stochick secured over $1U» belonging to Bonlner. SUs-hick dim* oj leaned and the au-tboritics lin\e ls*en unable to hs-ate him. I'llr* based liy a Nyud irate. Trenton, N. J., Feb. 14.—A cablegram received liere aiuiounces that an English syndic ate have jmreha-ed th-- nulls of tile Central rubier trust. Th'ic ar** even Tienton conipanie* in th • trust, i he amount involved is over $3,*JUJ.tMKJ. i'Lu* (sindilimix named were a(s'-*j»ted yesterday by wire on the j»art of the tnst. Anson** Men in Florida. St. A GI htink. Fla . Feb. 14.—('apt Anson and thirteen men of the Chicago league team an ired here last night, and w ill play the first game to-.lay with the bom* team, which has lieen lo-enforced by several pro-f mal coala FROM WASHINGTON. THE HOUSE STILL CODE OF DISCUSSING THE RULES. Aiitenitinent* Adopted t.ivlng th* Speaker Mon* Arbitrary Power*—iii* K**oliltlon Congratulating Miaul Adopted t/iianl-moiiiily—-Th* Dklalioma Bill Passed by th* Senate. Washington, Feb 14 — In the h<mae yewtep lay M'adnesday's journal wax approved, tile speaker counting til* necessary numlier to niak* a quorum. Th* senate joint rennin lion congratulatmg the jhsijiI* of th# United States of Hiaz.il on the ad-qition of a Reptile bean form of government was jiasxel unoni-mouxly. Canaiderati ui of the code of rule* was then jirocetsbsl with, Au amendment wax adiated nspiiring the title* of committee rejxirta to Iw entered on the journal. Mr. Cannoli reflected an amendment to rule 15, relating to roll calls, so as bi provide that after the roll call, a request to record a vote or antu hi lev a jwir -hall not lie enter-tained. unless the memlier'* name has been not.sl under clause 3 of the rule Claus* 3 i* amen.list mo as te read a- follow*: “On Hie demand of any memlier or at the suggestion of the sjieaker, th* names of moin-lier* sufficient to make a quorum in th* hall of the house, who do not vote, shall la* voted ny the clerk and recorded in th* journal and reported to the sj*»«ker, with the mcintier* voting, ami lie counted and announced in determining the presence of a quorum to do busine**. The amendment was adopted. Another amendment rejairted by Mr. Cannon, jinn i.ling that executive cmiiiuunica tioiis aud senate lulls may la? referred by the sja-akei to the appropriate committee without la'ing submit Psi to the bouse, wax adojited. Mr. Crisp of Georgia offered an Mineud-mcnt to the clause of the rule jiroviding that no dilatory motion shall lie entertained by the speaker, adding th* word*, “but a demand for the yeas and nays shall not be considered dilatory." Mr. Adams of Illinois suggested that as the demand for the yeas and nays was a const! tutional right th* w-ordx suggested w('rexuj**r-erogatory. Mr. Crisp retorted that from recent ex|**r-ience he had learned that no safe guard that could I** juit around the constitution could lie considered as a work of Kujiererogation. Mr. Strobic of Iowa said that while he followed as well ox he (sillId the leader of hi* side of the house, and while he looked with suxjiiriou upou any amendment coming from the Deinocnatic side, he thought that th* Republicans would do wisely Pi ado|it Mr. ("risp's amendment. Mr. Diagley of Maine thought that mis-chief might come from the declaration that a demand for the yea* and nays was never dilatory, tine memlier might make the <le-mand; it might lie refused; another man might rejieat it and it might Im again refused and on cd infinit im. Mr. Crisp'* amendment wasrejecPsl yeas, I Bf; nays, 149. Mr. Crisp then offered an amendment j»ro-vidiug that the sjs'aker shall not iii any case refuse to entertain an ajijM-al from his tie eision, w Inch after some discussion wa* lost —yeas, HS; nays, 14(1. I‘end tug further action the house ut 5:15 p. in, Pxik a recess until ll o'clock today. IX TDK NKX ATK. Wahhington. FVIi. 14.—In the senate yes terday a untidier of bills were re|airted from committtrnx and placed on tile calendar. Among them wax one for the establishment and nmiutenanee of Indian industrial sch«x»l» iii Michigan aud South Dakota. Consideration of the hill to |>r«»vide a tem-jxirary government bir (iklahoma wax then reMumed, the {tending question tieing Mr. Plumb'* amendment P> include No Man* land wit Hill the territory. Mr. Vest, in supjiortiiig the amendment, xaiii he agreed w itll Mr. Ingalls as Pi the improved ta indite rn of the five civilized tribe*; but senators, as jimctical lcgislatoix ought to look dclils'ratcly Pi the iiu*vitable and to what was taught by past ex|s-i ieiu-e in rein Hon to the region lying west of Indian terri-Piry. He had not said (as Mr. Ingalls inti inaPsl) that No Man'* land wax a refuge for nu flaws; but he assert'd IMIw that so far as the law of profx erty was concerned, No Man's land wa* in an anom<(Iou* ami unsatisfactory condition. And so ii*Ie*si was the whole Indian territory which had I ss* ti characterized by the supreme court as ail “ind**|iendent de pendency" -whatever that might mean. With full intention to jmv the Indians a fair price for the Clierokee outlet, he thought ttiat the ls*st thing that could lie done was Pi add No Man's IaihI to the terriPiry of (>kla boma After further diseu*Hioii on the amendment a vote wax taken and it was agreed to— yeas, 27; im)*, 16. Mr. numb offered an amendment attaching the Cherokee outlet Pi Oklahoma for judicial jiurfsiNca; lait at 2 oYhx-U no action had Iss-n taken on it and the Blair cd lien tionnI bill came up as unfinished business. Mr. Blair consented not to pre** his bill aiel to permit the (iklahoma bill Pi lie jiro-ceeded with. Mr. 1‘hiriih’a amendment after some discussion wus rejecpsl. Sian* further formal amendmentx were agreed ami the bill was J tassel I Adjourned. HIK ST0HK IXJ JBI W FOR 1890. Yery Choice md Equate is Eeajn, Elegant Assoi'tment. ui stunt* don't Noliody !»**t*d bt , Although when they Valentine, even it comic. 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Warrington, F*b. 14 Th* {(resident has s*'ftl'xl the lung {w ilding '*hx»- ttgainxt Lieut. Col. Jushua VV Fieteher, whoMe rvHirt martial '•ccurred at Omaha lax! Jim* The charged against CVH. Fletcher were conduct unli»M*'>m-mg un officer aud gentleman and coiMluct prejudicial to g'xxl order and military dL-e cipline. Th* xjiecification «if the charge ha'I reference to the fiersoriaJ ii*latiuiix tietwHen Col. Fletcher and his w ife aud involved a great deal of varidal at the burrock* where Col. Fletcher was station'll. Til* court found him guilty ail-1 *euteti<v*l him Pi dis-inis.-.'i!, but the president, in view of some 'xiiifiicting testimony and tile previoux good reconi of th* offi vr, commuted the seiiten'-e to xuxpenxi'in of rank and duty and retention of one foul th of lilts |i«y for a {leri'xl of thrre years. A I astotnx DeriH iin. 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