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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 17, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y , MONDAY, FEBRUARY IT, IRM. NO r_>. HEP HE SENT A TI VE J USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK I NKW KIMM. MACH INK for mini, /\ all kiii'lu of l>l»nk- i< tin- latex! audition to the Mechanical I MqiartiiM'ttl of Dunkirk Printing Company. 4 LBXANUF.K’H Coal and Wood Van I, 7'.* /\ (Antral Avenue, opposite Nickel I'iau J |K>V AH grade* of ii ani and milt Coal, Woo* Limiter, Slim »f I ex ami Lath. Free iehv    Correa    pon    de    nee    for    wholesale    Iota oil I cj tex I. a CKX. M. MANN, Practical Plumber, Can A a,|d Steam Fitter. Special attention given to Sanitary Plumbing Katimatea given on Plumbing, Ca* Fitting, Steam Heating and Hot Air Furnaces. <7 K. Third street. ll It. GIKFOKD, ret and ti.', Central Ave ll, Artistic. Photographer. Instal) timeout! Photographs of Hallie* a •|K*c;#lty. Hitters need not wait for sunshine except for Miler I SOOK III .N DK KY—J AM KH IRVING, Pro-I > prietor, No. 16 E. .Second street, near Huf-faio street, Dunkirk, N, V. Magazines, Mu-• it, Pamphlet*, t-u ., bound in all styles, linier* p ..niptly a lien dei! to. All work guaranteed. PIC*IF'F.HSION IL Ii T. HOI.PII, M. II., Physician and Surgeon, Oftlee over l.y n’s Drug store. Residence, Central Avenue. Telephone No. k. ( alls may lie left at I yon’s. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT fir AXTKD—An active man on Litertl Salary VV to ne. tnsnr lilly represent an Areo, iation incorporated Ij supply.atco-operaiive price* .genera I merchandise and all kinds of articles for home aud family use, in cai h small city, town, village • nl rural die riel. KU,OOO mein liers Paid un < erti'ic.«te> ADMI.(MMI in < ash. Credit well rated References esc hanged. Empire Co-operative As AOI I .it ton (I.rick Boa (mo), N. Y. Ii UKC HEICK PIMM KE KY HOUKE •KH t -en ira I Avenue. IV no Iona Ie and retail dealer in ll Mtnc-sUe Chitia, Glassware, A . Miffed and . <1IAK. It. It AKIU K, IU Central Ave. Gen-V j ural insurance, Life, Accident ami Fire. liuforu traveling insure your tie in the old reliable “ I ravelers’.” Real Estate Agent Loans negotiated on property. / 11f A UT AI T<1U A HOTEL, V/    Hate*.    $1    |M;r    day Liven aud lion’ding Stable in connection. Victor Rider, SM ami $37 Lion street I HTY HAMBEK MIGP ly    (.has.    Nugle, Prop.. Ender Lake Shore National Lank, corner Center and Third streets. A Hue stock of Foreign and Domestic i lgars. I ION KLIN A KON, V/    .ll    Center i-lni-t, Practical borae-shocis. Partn-ular attention pan* to interfering hor#®*. shoeing of road ar a trotting horses a s|»ec.taity. I) INK! HK EV EN I NO OHS EKV EK. Largest Daily In the County. An unequalled advertising uiediuiu. STODDART A ( O., Patent Attorney*, 615 7lh v St, Washington, 1). C , opp U H. Patent Of -ib-e Patents, Caveats and Ile Issues secured. Trade Murks registered All Pab-nt business conduced for moderate Keen. I niormation, Advice and «|eci«l references sent on request. NCI ti k^AI.A RY, JAO EXPENSES IN ADAT* Hr VA NVE, allowed each month. Steady employment at home or traveling. No soliciting. I Pities ileli veringand making collections, No Postal Caids. Address with stamp. HAFER A CO , I iqus, Ohio. I wish to employ a few ladies on salary to take charge of my business at their homes. Light, very fascinating and healthful. Wages flu per week. Reference given. Good pay for part Line. Address with st nip. Man. Marion Walk en, l/owisville Ky. Hit vV'.|n»|l A MONTH can lie marie ,fd lh* lW v.-n, working far us. Persons preferred who can furnish a horse and give their whole time lu the tmsmess. Spare moments may be profitably employed also. A few vacancies in towns and cine-. R. F. JOHNSON & CO., ion; Main St.. Richmond, Va. for Kent or Null*. House corner Second and Dove street*. Newly flued up ami in fine condition. Will scil <>n ea-iv terms. Enquire at the office of Martin Heater Co. The'fllbrmon Elders’ Book ■ un 8< JE J strength, nj''.IM (Fss Co msm-d mea, sR^TVh Y.J4 Crvuidu*ta OmndM.. Vs* lurk SPU ING 1890PACIFIC RAILROADS. hUNKlltK KM (IIN EEK! NO COMPANY. Korirerh Sellew A Popple. Manti fact men* of r.ngi lies, Lollers, Pulleys, ihafling Hanger*, etc. Patterns, forgings, Castings, ami Machine Work to order. DCMilHK Kit I KT CCL, MW, »*> and *0 Center street, Manufacturers of the "Cron* well" and "Dunkirk” |,crfeet - tilt)rig Drats Nlnris. On sale in all lending furnishing, clothing and dr) gissis houses in Dunkirk. I, F. KULM EY, I,    Lit    and    LH    Lion    street. Healer hi Flour, Feed, alt. Haled Hay, Phosphate*, etc. Established, 1377 tKIR HOTEL and trining Sahsm, Cli iou j Depot Easy access lo all trams aud business house's. Lest accommodation* for Coin* aerotnl Tiavelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. I ll LEKS Si COh a    HT and im E Third street. fine Furniture, cabinet Ware aud Up-iu».«Loring Picture Frames made loonier. Ii. MATTESON A CNL JU! Central Ave., Leaders of Fashtou and Gentlemen OulAUers. j | AKUI STEAM ll EATING (XX, (tan U tau til rara of Steam Henting Apparatus, sanitary Plumbing a Sj*ecially. | | OME HT EAM LA UM DHY. Our specialties: Fine Shirts, Ute; Collars, ie; Clifts, 4c, and I .ac® Curtains. Free Delivery. A VV. Cummings, 4u7 Center street K. OEHM, K. I bird st., cor. of Buffalo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine Hoot* A Shoe#. » EN UY WEILEK’K NEW KTOKE, KH E. ll Third st. Iksiks, Stationery, Musical Instr umeiits.M.igagines,Daily and vt ©ckIv Pavers, and everything pertaining to a first class lavok •Wore. Si-uoo, Hook* a specialty. I OH PRINTING of every description and at ti lowest living rates by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO K. Second St.] JH. VAN III KEN A SON, Fire Life, Aocntent and General Insiiracot Dealers in Real Extale and Ismns. Par.tcular a iU'ii tent pant to the cue of cropert) cai I lect leg reuts Ac. tlO Outer st., and floor. yr 1>F HOK’* PHARMACY, OOO Central Avesai .ica.Piuarter* for Wall Pai(®r Pa.nu. Olla, Ac. ■ .EKKINK. J. U.. J    AS Center slrwl, Manufacturer aud dealer in Hat aes#. Sud.lira, Lr lilies, ( ollars, Trunks, W h p«, Buffalo Holies, Hoi si Cover*.Gh»ves.ktitteus arni Sleigh Rol>e*. I >1.(JMIUX). r. W Murray, I    AU I.ion street. a specialty    made of .sanitary Plumbing, team    amt    Ga*    Fitting. Workmanship    guar- #UW! I I SCHOLTES. J #    17 East Th int street, Fashionable Tailor. Gentlemen will find it to their advantage to call on rn* tiefore purchasing elsewhere 1> It. CAKY A CO., t    till Lion street. General Hardware,* bite L*<l,ihi •.Pain ter’a Sup phi**, *k1 Cloths, Gnu. to it ure. A special* ty>»ESherwit. William* Pa 'laud Monroe range. a    —.......  -■    -......... i I » ll LING. such as blank-lssiks, ledgers, an<l Ii ad kiudsol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO E. 8wnd KL DDOEPH BOLDIN It Al- KH, Cor. Tliinl and Buffalo Sis., «ab>r In Granite, Marble, F lagging and ding Stone. Call on me before buying raufe-walk    _ ISLEY A CO., 7 anti 0 East Front street. Whisky, Wmt*, Brandies. General Liquor Store for Family Use. liUEKT B’KAY, Lion street, near the de|H»t-utrding, Sale, Feed and Livery Stable, .ling by tile day or week on reasonable ta.    _.................. KIU. J- W.. LA I enter street, paler in Musical Instruments amt Sewing •limes. We make a specialty of lirst claw ins of Pianos and Farmed A Votey Organa LM J. GIFFORD, FII Central Ave. (Up staira), General Insurance and Real Estate int. Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock Lirauoe, Prompt a tie ii bon givin to buying selling Re*! Estate. C. JONKN 75 E. Third st., ©or. Deer, x oe Isl or Meat Market. Freeh, Salt and iked Meats, Lard. Sausages. Oysters an.! I try.    _    _    _________________ r ATCMES, JEWELRY. AC. Buy the Aurora RaiIroad W atoll. Repairing a *|>eciaiiy. Frank F. SUpf. SS E. Third ak f M. MOCKER. Merchant Tailor. Ji6 Central Avenue WAIT FOR F. D. MATTESONSn Onii! FEIL loth. A full line ot all the latest novelties inSpring Suitings!The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS!Ever brought into this City. WAIT! Drunkenness Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Curel tv ABMIRISTCllBQ IR. HAIMS' GOLDIN SMCIFIC. It ran be f ivea in a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar Ikies of food, without the know ledge of the per* son taking it; it Is absolutely harmless and w',11 effect a permanent and speedy cure, whet bel th*-patient is a moderate drinkcror an alcoholic wreck, it NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure in every instance. 4a page boo® FREE. Add •■ess in conflden'H?, COLDEN SPECIFIC CO. 185RacrSt. Cincinnati. (N C. C. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. M\ 4 MAIN KT^ It (FFA LO. N. Y. DF.ALKK IN pan, WATCHES tai JMT, Clucks, HU verwitre, I,e»ther (,«mmU, E*e. KXI! RA Vt XU, GOLD if SIH Ell PLA T/XG THE SENATE COMMITTEE MAKES ITS REPORT. Th* I nion Pacifie In Good Condition, Abl* Ut l ay It* Debts and Not Damaged by It ranch Linos—Th* Government’s Kerurity on the Central Pacific Inadequate. Wakhinoton, Feb. 17. —The special coen-mittie on Pmifii' railroads, after many hearings, through in vex ligation and <-a reful consideration. finally Benefited the rejiorU of Henator Fry* on the Union Pacific, and Senator I tavi«.' on tin* Central Pacific, and agreed to a bill whi<*h will be rejiorteii b> the senate to-day. The re|*»rt on Hie Union Pa< ■ I fie rea* he* the following <-<inclusitNn>: That the |M»li«*y of building or acquiring braix-h line* wan wine and through the period coverer I by theiir inquiry, honestly and erononiP'any carried out. Tlrnt the main line has derived an immense advantage from the brandies, aral there is no foundation for tile charge that the latter ha va received uitdie* teiieflt from »xaukru<*tiva mileage or otherwise at the ex {tense of the main linen. That Ila* building of the Oregon Short I Jim*, ami the Mitmequent ai ii iii ret lieut of the Oregon Railway alai Navigation conqtany's lines, instead of being a meiuu-e to the interest of the government, have firoved to Ii* a decided (ulvaiitaga. That the rer-eut conw»li«lation of several bran- bes, under the name of th* Oregon Short lane and Utah Northern Railway company, simplifies the system of tim Union Pacific, makes {Mtssibla a more efTectiva and •coiiofiiical govcniiiient, and in no regard evidences any piirjMme of evailing the oltliga-tiotis to the government. That the branch***, instead of king main taiiHsl at the ex{s*ns»-of the main line, contribute at least $.‘i,(JOO,OPU a year to the Ireasury of the <oiu|iany. That the I rn [trove* (kent* have liaen for several years J ast greater on the main line than oil the branches, some of them very important ami ex {tensive, like tile Splendid shops now in pro*mw of eret*tion at Cheyenne, the flue stat i«hi tlwre just com|tle!e*i. ami the sta Don ami hotel at (igd**n. That there is no evidence of any [turjtoHa •ii the {art of the <ofii[any to Mirremier that [■ortPm of th**ir roa*l over which the government im* a statutory lien; on the contrary, every av idem* a is shown tending to satisfy any candid [lensm that no such pur[*i«e ax isis. That this is a callable, well managed road, abundantly able to |«tr its debts, requiring only, like other railroads, time in which to pay. That the present management is honestly trying to «*lf****t a fair adjustment with tile government. That the interest* of the government and of the railw ay conqiaiiy will Ie promote*! by a settlement; and that one can now la made under which every dollar of the government d* bt, with interest, will tie {aid. THE DOY KRX lf ICN TS HK CUK TTY. It finds the present security to Ut statutory line on a road commencing three mike w*-st of tile Missouri river, extending to a point five link's west of Ogden, and on another road <-oui Ute (icing one--half nill# west of Kansas City ami extending to a {smit Oiiies westerly, commem mg iii a prairie and eliding in one; not enough to protect the government debt, if it shul! not lie adjusted until It become* due w ithin ♦-‘VO HOI).OHO; while under the bill to Ie re|**rted the security obtains! w ill Ie tw ice the government del* in Value aud the [siymeuts according to the terms of the bill at**olutely certain. TOK CENTRAL PACIFIC. The ref sui on the Central Pacific finds that the United .State* has for security a statutory lien on a road commencing at a [sunt five niiics west of Ogden and extending to Nan J*ise, w iih«ait terminal facilities at either end, ma*Ie subject to a n»ortgage to secure I km id • equally amount to the original indebtedness of the conqianieN to tile United States; ti ult that portion of th** road fnan Ogden to the westerly slope of the Sierra Nevada* is piHcticaUy wily a bridge, without any local business of any amount; that the roads reaching from tie* main line into Ne va* ta do not ii**vv pay their actual excuses; that the [(recent security of tile United State* u[*>n this projierty is entirely inadequate; that a fora-cl' sure of th** first mortgage wKuld sul(*tan-tially exhaust, in satisfaction thereof, the entiiv profierty. and that it would he inex-fs'dicnt for the I’nitol States to redeem it from Haiti first mortgage, or to become the owner of the profierty through roieuqition and f<ire**kwure. THE TIME KMOl l.D BK EXTENDED. Tie- re{-ort finds tliat it is expedient, itecvw-nnry ami practicable to adjind aud further ■cetin* the indebted nae* to the United Staten ujsm extended time ii|mid a re*lu»-e*l rate of interest within tile ability of tile coni|iatiy to |wy, »i|**»n such terms as to advance the de-veiofuiieiit of tile country through which Mud roads [(as* and affor*i tile inhabitant* thereof reasonable rat*** **f traiLsportatuai for pas-■engers and freight. It aiqM-ars from the re|iort that the Central Pacific has not ability to pay at all e*|ual to tliat *rf the Union Pacific; lait limier the terms «»f the bill to Ie refuted, **an make final ami full payment reasonably certain. PROVISIONS OF THE BILL. Tile bill t** lie reported includes within its prov ision* the Union Pacific Kailroad coui-[lany, th** Kansas Pacific Hailwny daiqiany, th** Central Branch, Uni*rn Pacific Railroad cmu|NUiy, ii ais* iii- ate I under tire name of the Union Pacific Railway <-*(iii{i»iny; the Outral Pa<*!tic Railroad lomiauiy, sUEi-eapor to the Central l’a*-iiic Railroad company of California. ami tlte Western Pacific Railroad BDuqiany. it j*rovides in the Hist wvction for finding tile present worth of tl»e imlebtcdiieai <rf the Union Pacific Railway «'<oiu|>any on the first day of July, lNllO, and for the [Miynieiit t*i the United Statr** of that aimmut with 8 [ier cent. inteivHt, semi-annually; also a portion of th** priivTfvuls annually; so that the entire debt shall be [laid iii fifty years. It require* in section 2 that the Union Pacific shall give a mortgage on all of it* profierty of every name and description, recd, mixed and personal, and also [imterves lo Die United State* it* present statutory lien. It provide* in section 5 that in event of Ute failure of the conqianv to accept the |mwts-iciis of the act, there diall I*' *‘an"i<sl to the nedit of the tanking fun*! one-half of the coni [lei isat nm for services rendered f**r the goveroiiH'Ut, aud in addition thereto the sum of $2,000,080 a year, or 7f( [ier «vutum of the whole net earnings of the Union Pacific; extending also tile pn>visioiUM>f the Thurman act to the Kansas Pacific railway company aud to the1 General Branch Unhhi Pacific Railroad com]viny; that on failure to pay, a re*ei\er shall be apftointed to take charge of, numage and ojs-rate the road, IwaiM'he* and bnet of the <H>ni|«any. until Hie principal aud inten>*t of th# debt shall have been full) paid. Nation tt «f the bill provhtes for the ascertainment c.f me pieaent worth of the debt of the Central Pacific Railroad company. then for the payment of interest at the rate of 2 per centum per annum payable semi annually, an*! of so much of the principal a* •'hall result iii the {(evident of tile entire debt in seventy-five years. But in order tx rxlieve the road from to© great a burden during the next ten year*, when it is ii**-cs ■ary for it to make somewhat extensive improvement*. it capitalise* for that time one-half of the 2 per cent, to lie paid Section 7 require* a mortgage of the entire property of the Central Pacific, including Home very important roads in California, and also by that section and a nutiMquent one that the .Southern Pacific oonqvtnv and th* Central Paciik; shall make the present lease Kut*o*ting between them additional security to the United Stat*** for the payment of th* de tit. Section IO preaerva* the pm**nt statutory lien on all these roads and give* the right tc the United State* to redeem the first mortgage I*<ii<Is in event the cotiipann > shall not, with a subrogation to all rights ami securities theretofore [*.*rtanting to the debt mortgage, etc. It als*i provide* tiiat upon failure of the cuni{*aiiy for whom sin h {(ayin* ut* have been ina*iv to make re-paymeut t*f ail costs, ex-{iens**s aud interest within a year, the whole indebtediH-ss of said t'ompany slmll lits-oine due. Nertion ll provide* that either of the is»m-[MUiie* may extend til* [layment or refund in-dcblediw-ss. [irior to that of the United State*, to the extent of the par value of Ruch first mortgage Ism*is, the rate of interest not to ex* assi 5 [ier cent. Se Aion 12 provide* in the event of any default for ninety day* in the {layment of inter-eet and princq*!, as required by the act, that the entire debt shall immediately mature; also for a record of the mortgage by the secretary of the tmuniry in conformity with the law* iff tile various state* aiel territories where the projierty is situated. Section 13 provide* that the United State* may retain all money due to the companies for servio** until the instalment* for internet and {irinci|ial upon their I*md* next maturing after such service* are rendered, shall be fully {laid. Section 1$ provides that the ronqiaiiie* shall [tay no dividends unless tile seine shall have l#****n actually, and utiles* they shall have {laid all interest and matured indebted-ne** «lue, with a {lenalty for tile violation of the ai t by any director or officer. Section 17 provide* for authority to use the name* of the eoinjiame* against any jierson who i* or has been a director, otth-er, agent or employ# of them for the enforcing of any •■mise action arising out of any violation of duty, misappropriation of asset* or any other act in raped to which the department of justi«*e shall allege that it desires such action; and that any sums of money recovered in such suit* shall go toward the payment of the indelffisbuseA to the United Stab**. Section IK prov ide* for a rp|*>a! of the law requiring government directors; ako of the law* imp cong liabilities on tile rights of the companies to acquire property, extend its railways, etc. •Section IR makes it the duty of the attorney general to enforce the Jirovision* of the in-t and rep .i t annually to the president and congress. Tile (iHuiiiittee w ill ask consideration of the bill during the first week in March. A STEAMER SUNK.TMK TOKI KS IMPALED Os* Vian Drow lied—Narrow l.ocape ©f (I: her Pa*** ii gem. Jacksonville, Fie., Feb. 17.—The steamer I ahi i sn of tlM> Jacksouuille and Mayjiort line ran into an obstruction near Hunter's Mill on St. John'* river and wa* sunk in less than three minutes. One man was drowned aud the other jHisNcngein and crew Imrely escap'd with their lives. The lionise left Mayport last Satunlay night for this city. She had on board a crew of six men, including ('apt. Charles Floyd, and seven imsMengers. The run from Mayport is only two or three hours and the passengers were all lying asleep about the cabin with their clothe* on. Aliout I ait) o’clock tile steamer suddenly crashed into some olistruction, suppiHed to he a sunken lighter and sunk in als nit two minute*. (’apt, Floyd give* the following account of the disaster: **\V lien the Isiat struck we rushed to th® cabins and called to tire jwssengers to make for tile life-lssit. Til® water rushed iii no fast that the Is at could not lie reaclnsl and we finally got on a life-raft and cut it loom This was on tile hurricane deck, to which we had retreated. There were ten [(arsons on the raft and myself and Kph Hood in the water. I threw my arm over a stick of wood which aided me in keeping above the surface. Wesley Elans, a young colored pamenger, went down with the lout and was drowned. W® were not iii the water very long, for the schooner JesMc W. Starr came to us and took ti* nil in.” Tin* louise lie* in fifty feet of water, nothing U'ing visible but about five feet of her smoke-stock. She belongs to the estate of the late Alexander Wallas and was valued at al* ait $ I'M DD. A I.oiig Walk. Wabash, Im!., Feb. 17.—An agreement for a notable jiedee’rien match was drawn iii this city, th * pirti*-* th uvto toeing J. N. Harriman of Ihaffon an I J. W. McDonald of New \ ork. According to tin? terms Harriinan propone* to atert from any city in indiana which lie may ctwwc, walk to San Francisco and return, a sufficient distance to make JJM) mile*, the trip to lie coinjdctcd iii -ixty-fiv’e tiays, No l«»st tirm* on ain aint of (ricknew or aia-ident to b** dwlucted. On his ability to perform the frat Harriman ha* laid a wager of $Jjmo with Mr. McDonald and #I,(NM) has linen deputed by each of the men with Mr. BuckstatT of Milwaukee. The agreement spts-ifie* that Harriman must start within ten (Lay* from April 15, acconi(>unieil by two guards selected bv himself and McDonald. He ex[*s't* to use the {Hiblic highways where practicable <m the trip, but through the mountains will take the railroads. The Nevada Hank ( limit:** ttauds. Bae Fhanciscx), Feb. 17. — A syndicate, among whom are L. W. licllman of Isis Angeles. Scholl Bro*, of San Francisco and New York. and Levi Straus, have acquired the coiitia lUng intciv*t in the Nevada bank of this city. The ownership of this bank since the death of James (J. Flood ha* Uvu entirely held by J oil ti VV. Mivkey, James U Flood and Henator James (J. F'air. Th® syndicate will have control of five-sivths of th® capital stiM'k, which bi $3, tM MJH ID, leaving one-sixth. or $5U0,(ta), G» I** letaiiicd by Vita-key and Fkmd. It is tinderstood tliat Mackey, Fie.Mi and F'air simply wanted to be relieved of the responsibility iwttrary in tit# inan-ageiiH'iit of the lank mo their tim® could tie devoted to other matter*. (•entile* ItMnquet Judge Powers. Halt Lake, Utah. Feb. 17.—Judge Powers, lewder of the recent taicceiwful anti-Morn»on municijial ele -tion ranqaign. wa* given a banquet at the Walker bou*®Saturday night. One hundred prouiineut '*iti»-ns were present, including all the executive officer* of the territory Judge Powers was presented with a check of $2.DUO a* a testimonial from the business men of the territory, who are greatly j (leased over the mailt of the election ON THE HORNS OF A VERY EXASPERATING DILEMMA. They Don't Knew Whether to Keep (Jute! About th* Parnell t ofnmiaolon's K*|>< or Not—Tile Ceremony Attending th* Promotion of th* Oak* of nit. Barnum'* Show !*«•*« England. IgixitON, Fell IT.- The government Cf placed in a ps-uliar dilemma by the inclusive nature of the Parnell i-omniission’s repirt. The rejMirt as it stands really calls for no action, hut to remain {Muisive would I* a disastrous policy in view of the etmrmou* ex-{(®tw involved by th# inquiry and th# enormous importance which had lieenplae*slupm the whole afTair. To ignore th** rc|iort after Ruch a pr«Mli-iou* fu*w ha* lieen made over th# event* leading to it* prepuut i'm would throw a wet blanket an th# government and giv# l ine to endless ridicule (In the other hand, to grasp the "tiler horn of th* dilemma, interpret the rejiort at It# worst, and expel th# ParnelliUw against whom nominal finding# were made, would neceKvital# aa ap{ie«l to the country, and lim is something that the government is not very anx iou# to ri#k, in view of the recent loss of Tory strength re-v aa led in til# bye-elect ion*. Ther# is consequently much curiosity to see how IxmlSali*-bury will act in the matter. FIFE MEIVES HIM CORONET. Th«‘ Duke of F'ife. who received a dukedrun on hi* marriage w it Ii the f*rinc# of Wale#* daughter, took his scat iii the house of lords <>n last Thursday evening. Upm his proiiH>-tion. th# ceremony, th# origin of which, a* a dime novel would say, is lost in the mists of anti<|uity. wa* irresistibly funny. The lord ehani'ellor, sitting is the woolsack, wa* informed of what WM cot11mg.    F’orthw ith be clapped up*rn th# top of his euornKMiii wig a little cocked hat. Then the gorgeous [iroces-sion entered It was preceded by the mysterious official known a* the Black Rod, clothed iii rotes! of blue and gold, wearing his orders and carrying a gold ti pp* I eimtiy *tafT. The Black lh si w a# follow **1 by the Garter Kiug-at arms, cja-l in wondrously gorgeous raiment, and clo# upm his heels walked a tieing who hmked like an overdressed old lady, but proved to be an hereditary carl, th# Duke of Norfolk, in ducal colies, currying a whit# wand. The rear was brought iijt by the Duke of Fife, with his sponsor*, the Prince of Wales and Duke of Westminster, w earing scarlet roll®# with queer looking liars of ermine. These strange figure# walked in single tile to the woolsack, and Fife having {(resented his [latent aiel signed the roil the prince and two dukea formed In line pnxveded solemnly to Imiw to the lord chancellor three time*. F'ife, however, wa# so nervous that he kept on latbbing his head until the prince interfered, awl a* the lord chancellor has to Isib to every one wlio bob* to Ic i: ai i a- often, th# little cocked hut was in iui ,:t ''‘.it p*i ii of tumhiing otT. The St. Villi- d or-e w is, however, contfileted without that aw lid disaster, and the house resumed Inisin**** with h fe.*ling that the British constitution had Imsmi viwiirated. AN ORI.EA NIST TRUK. The y> ding I hike of Orleans has received his sentence and i.- demeaning himself with a degree of iimnlm**** whi<h ct (tiki hav# lieen wcarcely exjns-tisl from one of his years. Hi* friend* are a ding loss sensibly, and their lockless zeal may make it necessary to keep the lad in prison much longer than kind-hearted President ('ariot would desire. Iliere are abundant rea.-ons to justify th# lielicf that the duke'# action wan deliberately reoolveil upon with a view to advunra the Orleamst cause and to errata the suspicion that Boulanger aLso wa* not ignorant of what wa# alsnit to hajiften. A lug Istle of photographs and lithographs representing the duke in a soldier’s uniform holding the F'rench Mag sariiMmnUsl by a Gallic coek was seixtsl on the Franco-Belgian frontier on Tut**day night, The [lietnr*-* rain® from Rugiaiul. and tliey could no! have lieen prepared under a week or two. Men known to be in the confidence of tile Royalist leaden* in Ixmdoii and Paris iutve been visiting Jersey. Rumors of th# duke'* arrival iii Paris were in cinmlation in List Min, where hi* mother is living with her daughter, the yueeii of Portugal, long before he had readied the capital, hut after he had mooed the F'rench frontier; aud, lastly, tiler# is no adequate reason why the ('omitof Paris should haw undertaken hi* voyage to Soiitli America ex<s*[it to avoid suspicion aud make the duke'# action a[>[iear at*-.lintelv s[m mtaiKs ais. CONFESSED HER WRONO-DOINO. If there i* a pier Englishman in the United States now of the name of Naylor, formerly a civil officer of the township of Bradford, Kng., there is some good news for him. A girl named Bond, a nursemaid in his family, charged him six month* ago with committing an assault. P«#>r Naylor, admitted to Imil, and rrazisl by the charge sworn so emphatically against bim, sought refuge in America. To-dav the girl admits on oath that til® story wa* entirely false, aud that it was rom-octed by her motlier to extort money. HLAVIN MARRIED. Pugilist Slav in married a Iiarmald iii Ixtn-ioti this w«ek in quiet fashion, but at Mar-iiate tile seaside un u t where he ha# Imh*ii training, a fete wan held, the town Ivin;; decorated. h un I > meeting the «s hi pie at tile stat iou, and fireworks and illumination# marking the ck mr i if the day. Slavin wa- liauqiictcd and toaated, and beday he and his bride started for Monte Carlo, where he will have un op-(Mirtunity of ligliteiuug tit® purse [Niblicly presented him. NATE KAI LSBI RY HOPPING MAD. VV lien Nate Kaulslriry, BufTalo Bill'# [vart^ lier in the Wild West show, meets Jane** S. Parks the latter jiersoii will l ave an unpleasant quarter of a day. Parks is th® man who wrote from Barcelona, under date of Jan. 7, asserting that be wa* to lie con nee led with the Wild West show, and that it wa* demoralised, the Indian# were dying, BufTalo Bill had deserted his people and gone to England, ami many of the eompinv were to return to America; also that Frank Richmond hail died of typhoid fever. Banish try is in London. He say# lie doe* not know who Park# is. lait that no man of that name Iul- ever beeu connected with til® Wiki Wrat show. To prove it Sau 1st airy showed in® his salary list, which, by Ila# way, footed up ($7,000 franc# for th# week the Wild West show left Spain. "To refute this* man's statement® in detail,” said Saulslmry. "I will say teat the show did not ckw® until two weeks after the date of the letter, and that we did a *atisfa«-tory business None of the Indian# died in Barcelona and non® bad smallpox. Th# coui|iaiiy is com {wet and i* proceeding upon it® prearranged tour. Buffalo Bill did not one# leave the company, IMAI® of the coni{(any will return to America, and Frank Richmond died of lieart failure. James 8. Park®, whoever be is, is an unmitigated and malicious liar. and we will make it very hot for him if w# are abl# to establish his identity.” Saul-bury said the Wild West show had evidently a concealed enemy, who was inspiring newspaper articles against it, but that Ute show wa# doing well and was all right financially. BA RWM'n SHOW BIDS ENGLAND FA REW ELG Th# great moral show concluded it® English engagement Saturday night after success beyihr! th® most sanguine anticqiations of the oi •filial I tannin! aud the only Bailey. Fully 100,0 M |**(pl# ware turned away from thed'Mir* last week, ami for the last thro® or four week# the crowd for Uh* evening [ier formalin** has liegun to gather at J o'clock in th# afternoon, so that when the afternoon [lerforiic ii* e was over th# •ntramv* have teen bl ocn ai ini and tho®® in the biiikiing hav# Im* n coinjiellcd to make their exit thrxmgh the Oiyrnpian stable*. Satunlay night th# Princess of Wale* with PriU'-esoHs Victoria and Mr md, Prince George of Wale# and Prince Christian of Denmark visited the show, aud Barnum chatted affably with them in th# royal box. He wa* much delighted. be told your correspondent, with their loft meals. “It was a real family [(arty,” he Maid, "and I was one of til® family. I told th# prim-es* tliat I considered it a compliment that sh® should conte to se# the show twice, and she said that it wa# a mistake, for she had been three tun##, having com# iii once on the aly.* Barnum preoeiitod Prime George with “Th# Cif# of P. T Barnum,” written by himself, and the prince let expressed gratifiratiou and proinioed to read ami profit by it. Saturday evening Barnum entertained I#»rd Chief J list ae Coleridge and I july Coleridge, the most worshipful lord mayor, Sir Henry Aaron Isaacs and Mrs Isaac*. Consul General New. Mix N«w. and Vi<e Consul Johntnn, and a half dorm other distinguished people in the royal box. Th# great #howman for the first tim# during his visit to london addressed the audience and thanked it for the generous {(utroniige. Th# circus will at once te loaded upon the Furnessia of the Anchor line, which will rome up the Thame® for til# jiurpOM#. and will prohably sail bu New York the latter {(art of next week. Hailey will nail on Hie Trave on Thursday, but Barnum will remain until the middle of March. 'Ihey have not decided >et whether to open in New York or Philadelphia. Barnum and Bailey take liack with them nome £100,000, or thereabout®. in British gold. London amusement caterers will learn, with regret, that tit# American showmen are already considering the project of raining again, for th# circus ha* ruined the busine** this w inter of several other entertainment®. Her Majesty'# theatre people ascribe their eolbqwe to the Olympia'# influence, and the report of the director# #f th® Aquarium lays the falling off of receipt# to th*' American show, while nlmowt every theatrical manager in I/ondo t grow# tad when Barmuu's name i# mentioned. Mrs. Langtry ha# completely recovered from her recent film*** ami will produce “As You Like It” at the St. Jam®*' theatre on next Katuidav evening. I-ORI* CH rum ILL AND TH* MINERS ICari Dun raven and Lord Randolph Churchill have i*ou*ented to receive oil Tuesday a deputation from the Miner* Federation who will urge their lordshiji* to aid the eight hour agitation by their influence. It is limbs! that lord Randolph Churchill invited the conference. ami that he intend* to mal e a reply to th® deputation win h will occasion rn un® <*nm-inent. Chur-hill ha* lieen coquetting with th# laLir question for some time ami is trying to bring it into jiohticM in annie such sha|ie a# that hi* “fourth {(arty” can make < a|rital out of it. At {irt-sent, however, all later inoveiiient® are dwarfed by the jiroject of Fmi{(er*(r William in Germany, ami everybody is waiting U> *t*e what will come out of the young kaiser'* conference. It i* not likely that much of iuijmrtance will te done iii other muntrie* until this striking and uniqu# attempt to wdve by one supt erne effort the long standing and complex later problem ha* reached it* result. The German reichstag will hold a qtecial sesKioti, at which the [>ruici|(Hl subje«*t* of legislation will te the increase in salaiie* of minor off!, la I* and the {m •■sage of a grant for the W is*! na ii ii African cauqMtign. It I* now 1-ak‘ulaLcd that the Sils'iinn railroad will be coin|detail within this decade It will be .r»,.f(H0 mile* king him! is ex|*s-ttsl to cost 25O,0UD,UUU rouble* AN IRISHMEN’S MEETING. A Connell at Chicago on (lie KL f’atrlcB’* lit* Celebration. Chicago, FVI). 17.— Til® Irish American council, coni|»o*ed of delegate* from the Ancient Order of Miterman- and halt a dozen otter Irish societies, held it* annual meeting in F’itegerakr# hall yesterday #ftei*m#»n to discuss the <|iic*tion of a {(arad® on St Patrick'# day. Vice President Fitzgerald in the course of bi* remark* said "This i* th# ti rn© of all times, gentlemen, for the Irishmen of Che (go to show the |«eopl# of this city that they are united. In years gone by three halls would not hold the Irishmen who came to such meeting# a* this, and this afternoon, where are 11 my * By -, I teheie they are all afraid of I*Higen®cker.” Mr F'it.'"•end I th'*u went on to show how ini|iortant it was that a piocession should lie given on the 17th of Man'll, “just bi show the [ites* and ti***# |ieop!e that we are alive aud mean bi stay alive.” Iii spite of the vice president*# pica aud the exhortations of other delegate* th# council, by a v«*te of CH to is, decided not to have a parade un St. Patrick’s day.    _ Lv'denc# Axsinst Isasc Hxwtell# Ri m ii est KR. N H., Feb. 17.—I hoiisnnds of j ieo[ de % cst ci day visited the sjmt where th# disiitetiitei «sl ImmIv of Hiram A. Saw tel ie wa® unearthed There were no startling development- but many minor matter* have lieen brought bi light, stivngtheiling the chain #f evideme against the murdered man's lo-otter Isaac. The body has la-en fully identified. The theory that the murder was committed in New Hampshire is supfxwted by the statement made by John Willey, a Figging team driver, who says that he j«a scd a carnage, supposed to contain Hiram and I-anc, iii the {line w«Mids Is*tween here and Knst Rochester, and a few minutes afterward heard tine® -hot.- in quick succession A nmnterof other [i®o[il® say that they braid the firing. Th* missing head ha* not yet lieen found. HNtiged In VLfftgy. Wheeling, W. Va., FVI*. 17.—L A. Cranston, editor of the Startin’# FVrry Daily t'lipjMT. wa.- hanged in elligv by soma unknown parties Prklav night. When tte edibn aw«ik# Satur.tay nioming tte figure was teing sealed around byth* wind in fnait of hi# re*idcn«*e. Or. it- breast was til® inscription:    “The Daily < lijqier.” -knit and CTO#*-terne*. "Beware of Whiteca|#i," aud signed “('onimitti**.’ I he ('lipper has lieen making thing* lively for tit# dis!eputable element of the citi7**ns and they toot this turtle si of reseating it. Hi* Warning Diaregarrieti. Jacksonville, Fla, FVb. 17.-Marshal Mizxel says tte murder of Deputy Marshal Sanders was premeditated and that there wa# an attempt bi decoy hun (Mizzle) into th# country as well as Sanders. II® refused to go ami gave a warning to Sander# of hi# suspicion, but it wa* disregarded. A l ever break*. New Orleans. FVb. 17.—Tte break* in th# levee below here have teen re|<awed, but a Vicksburg sjiecial say# that t he I/Dogw ood levee ll Fla-t Car rail parish bm* broken, causing -onsiderate# damage.THE CHIMES OF A DAY. A DOUBLE MURDER AND SUICIDE IN NEW YORK. ItRW Jwcnh Sh'Md a HI# Knrinjr and th# lAttar'i WK# and Kiowa Gut MG Own Brains —A Colored VI orderer Kake# a Xtatak* and Billa (ha Wrong Man. Other Criminal M it term. New York. FVb 17 Isaac Jacob shot and killed Herman Rojroxinsky of 54 Ridge street, aliout 5 o'clock yesterday morning, then shot and |wrha{)* fatally wounded Royozm-ky't wif# ami shot himself dead. The tragedy wa.* the result of an old quarrel tetween th# men It i# said that Jacob onra smuggled $7,HOO worth of diamonds into thi# country, and becoming frightened, placed them in Koyo&insky’s haml* for safe krs*piug until it should lie safe b> dispone of them, but when ha asked Royozmsky for them the latter failed to atis Hint for them It I* also said that Jacob, who wa* a married man, ma«ie lo) a bi Royo/.msky'» niece until he was forbidden to visit til® family any more. Dasjiite tbene event*, however, Jacob and IbiyiKiinsky met onasionally aud had busineN# ti ansae ■oris. Fairly yesterday morning Jacob called ’toyor.insky'# rooms in tho tenement at 54 *dg# stieet, and awok# Royozinsky, telling him bi come out bi th# stable, as Nome on# was trying to steal th# hon#which Royo-r.insky usisl in his busine*© a* an expressman Royozinsky accompanied Jamb to th# •table, which is in the roar of 47 Ridge street When the men reached the si abl# yard Jacob suddenly drew a revolver and shot Royozinsky through th# heart He then went I (ack to No. :V4 and shot Min. Royozin-sky, who was just coming out af the house, having te-ome anxious t**caus# her husliaiid bait gone w ith Jarob, whom she di-t rusted Th# bullet jieiiet rated her neck Mild kslgetl in her back. She did not fall until she reacbed the Delaney street [mile# station. Mran-while her son Otto ted sjaung out ami pursued Jacob, who fled 1111*ii he ran lied Broome street, when ha turned aud aimed the revolver at tile son. Th# tey dodged liehind a wagou, and Jacob seeing two policemen running up to arrest hun placed the revolver to his owii head. fired and fell (trad in th# gutter. On Jac»(li*' person wa* found a long ram hling sta ten# >nt to the effect that Royozinsky and everylsxiv else with whom he hat! had anything to do miuv Ik* cain# to this country had (heated and lid (ted him; that th# law vers be had ( .gaged to h*(k after his mteresta had {dated into th® hands <(f hi* enemies; that his own wife had robbed him, sold him (Hit and thrown him into the strw*t; that he wa* sick, destitute aud do*[s*rate, and had finally decided to lake the law into hts own hands At th# hospital it is not yet known whether Mrs Royozinsky can recover or not. Her wound is very serious. KILLED THE WRONG MAN. .% Colored Awsoaln ( ouimil* a murder Ha Didn't Intend Yo. New York, FVb. IT J nine* H. Miller, colored, was -tahlied and kilhsl early yesterday nu (ruing iii th® hall way of the house where ii® lived. 1,775 Third avenue, by Morri* Miller, colored. The two Millers were tuff related Morris Miller had a quarrel with William IzMwretH’#, James Millers brother-in-law, alMHit a ted dollar that ti# claimed tv have gol from tew rence Law ranee and James Miller were returning horn® late, begetter, and Morris Millet lay in wait rn til# hall intending to assault lawrence H# aimed a blow at I Al wren ce, who Juuqied aside and tied .Miller also fled. The assailant, pursued Miller, thinking in the darkness that it was Lawrence lot Win lie a went out oil the street and summoned a po beeman, who or Mitering til# pine# found James Miller dead arui Morris Miller hiding in a closet where be wa,** arrested Killed Two Ylen With Oat Shot. CoU’MBt'H, <)., FVb. 17.- At Georgewville, a little village ten mile* from tier®, a sad tragedy occurred Sat inlay night. Tom Ryan, u saloon keeper, whipp'd nut hi* {iisbil and fins! at Rolla Stephen*, th# tell |ia**ing through his neck and lodging in the head of Na, Kileoii Nuever, who fell to th# Hisn dead. Stephens is repirted dying Ryan is a ted character and was one# I mu lid over tv court fur cutting a woman. Stephens is an #x-(HMivict. who ha- rejieabsily ben iii the penitentiary. aud let W(*'ii hun and the salrsinist a feud e x 1st is! Snever w as a young man of fan character, and just dropped int® th# groggery when h# wa* shot. AI templed Murder aud Hiileld#. Con'NRI N, O., FVb. 17 — William Dohu, aged Ti year*, got drunk aud went to hi# house at. J‘.*> Ka-t Fulbm street while Girder mg on deririum tremens. Ii® puitcd out a re vol vet and shot at his wife, inflicting a {(Hitifid wound in her hand. Then placing the pistol at his own head he fired and th* twill went through hi- brain, killing him instantly. He wa-a timid mn I dealer in iron conin*®*. Drink ami jealousy of his wif® are th# (muses of th® tragedy Th* coronel took possession of lh® Issly. bi tnlinnirn Man Killed. Mr I \i!MEL, 1'a., Feb. 17.— A well dressed man alsiiif :Ki year# old ({uarielrsl w ith tte conductor of th# late [ehigh Valiev tram last in-;lit, and wa* put off th# train at lom-casb-i Switch, near here Ari hour latei his horribly mangled Isxiv was picked up a short distance from the station and brought blan undertaker* establishment, whet# ll still await® identification Kolllangiftlii Ke-eiected. Pari*. FVb. 17. In th# eh**tion* yesterday made necessary by the quashing of former elections and the unseating of various Bou-iangists. MM Nan(|iiet and Mery, Bou-langtst®, received a plurality of the vote* cast in the Seine district, but re tellot- will te necessary, there Icing no legal u a jority. M Basly |Hill®rl within HIM of as many vote® a# Mery. MM Goussot, Revest and I/aiir, Bou-langists, were re-elected tor St Deni*, arid M. Bi-lleval, Boulangist. was re-elected for S» eaux. Hie latter ilcfrated ex t’abinwt Minister Goblet. .4 -te* iii l>#wl I apl a) ti Arrested. New Yore, FVb 17 —The wife of ('apt. Putrk'k Dailey, who was drownd on his « oal terge which -auk at th# tet tery Friday last., bas eau-cd tte arrest of (.'apt. Jeremiah C. Gill. Th# latter wa# in command of the steam)*ot City of New York of the Nor wich line. which ran inb) the barge arid sank ber, Th® captain wa* arraigned at the Tom Ie* pi# In-® court arid wa* committed without tell for examination. The wife claim# that he contd hav# * voided the collision. Trial #f 4 nu or Flat®#. Washington, Feb 17 —Th# navy department ha* invited competitive trials rrf armor plate* to fake {dace at Annapolis during May. 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