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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 21, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VO!.. XX. dunkirk, n y , friday february 21, im No rn REPH ES ENT A TI VE USINESS HOUSE '-S OF DUNKIRK \NKW lU l.lNd >1 \< ll I VK f r ruling all kl acta of blank* U th** latent audition lh* Mw’haniral Department of Dunkirk PrintingOut|>kay. 4 LEX A MD Ell’* Coal and Wood Yard, TW /\ bestrut A via ne. nfMKMiU* Nickel I'IhU J |<ol. Al! grade* of Hard and Soft (>*al, W <>d| LuiiiImt, HhinxlM anil l.alh. Fret teiiv Ourrfeqion tonne fra wL»te*ale lob riiiolM. l I,ACX. IM. MANN, Practical Plumber, (tar .A and Mi'uui Kilter. Special attention *i veil to Sanlur) p.uinlni »r. Plumbing, Ga* Kitling ll.n A*r Kurnacu*. am bing    K*timate* given Sica at lleating and ti E. Third rireet. I * K ti 11- K(HID. W *«»! *** Central Are |>. Arti*ur Photog rather. In*umianem« photograph* of ttoe*? n<d vail 1 mb'ca Ital non a specialty- Hitter* for iBBihiM except foi Pr.e ituf- Ilbon nnorbi»«-vAHM I MV I HU, ) junior, No. 1« Ii. Sce<inil at ive I. near Cato * I reel, Dunkirk, N. V. Magazine*, Mu I c, Pamphlet*, ult.. bound in all aly Ka. order* p rapt*} attended to. All work guaranteed. I ii* KC ll Kit’S CHOCK EK Y HOUSE, J »    .<*    Central V venue. Wiioieaai* and retail dealer in !■(> *ru.-d an # •mealie < hi na. Ulawwar*, A ,rt.b. it. HA Km*. ‘All Central Ave. (leu it Inattention, I.lie, Accident and hit iiifurr your tic in the old mill.’ Ie •• I raveiriV.” Kent I rtate Agent. Loan# I'ca duu* ! on jcoprrlv. V erai li.'fore traveling Ho I IH, til At.TAGUPA ■K«u>. ll per day lltta. ding liable in eon ne. lion Victor Hider, att and JMT Mon street. KJ L,1V®i T and PHOK EH* I ON Al, iv T KOCI*I*. M. **■» Phy"ician and surgeon HIK e over I.jr Vi Drug More. lh Hidene ', < antral iveuiie Telephone No. I*. ( al lr ' Im* left at I } on’• BAHU NG FOR THE SITE. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT J AI.KsMKN WanUal at once. I .oca I or t Traveling Pig Pay. ^Uwdv Work, stock Warranted. i^mrk set Ii ag specialties. Outfit Kina Experience Unneceasary Jam. K.Whit-#i.v, Nurryman, IL (cheater, N. Y. OTODDAKT t st.. VV'aehl T k < (I.. Patent AttnrMVi, Alt Til) nguni, ll. C , Opp I S. Patent Of-•lce Patent* Caveat* and Re Irntien aneared. I'rad** Mark* registered. All Patent huaine**. mid tic led for moderate Keen. Information. Advice and special reference* sent on request. Jei*i|SALAtr. fib K\PENZES IN AIK #7*10 Nam K, a I lo well each nionth. tnplov went at home or traveling. No aoli.it mg. Duiiordeliveringand nuking collections. No Postal Caids. Address with stamp. HAKER A CO.. I iqua, Ohio. I wish Ut employ a I**ariadne* on salary to take charge of mr Irtlafne** at their home*. hight, very fascinating and healthful. Wages Un |mt week. Refers tov given. Hood pay for [•art time. Addn ss with stoup. Mu*. Man* ion VV a i. kick, Ironist lite Hr. CONGRESSMEN PRESENT THE CLAIMS OF THEIR FAVORITE CITIES._ £75 (Kl lo £t*> Main A MONTH can be made working f or uv Persons pre* ferred who can furnish a borne and give their whole inn* to the Pinon. Spare moments may be pf effi-ably employ rd also. A lew va< andes in Puma UM cities Ii. F. JOHNSON A CO., iouo St.. Richmond, Va. tor K> til or ''Hie. House corner Seoond and Dove streets. levi) ii tied up and iii line callid mon Will ♦ell on easy terms. Enquire al the orth* of Martin Heeler Co. , rmon Elders’ Book la! btrwngth, malled free to married F. A SSK *8 uxond SC. UeSlS* wan u 1., a<4‘ur I’AHIbl corm* ■ lock ol ii I HAltHMU HUOT ( has. Nagle, Prop., ha he .inure National Hank, itn<I Third et 1 eels.    A due foreign an I Domestic « Igur*. . >V»|UJ JN AMIN, V*    SI    -    (.enter    street, Pro*r*aodii Poi se-sh.an s. Particular alu-ntnm re'1 to interfering horses. Mincing of road «r _ lr .tilng borse* a i|s*ouliy. .UN Kl HK EVENT Md IMHKKV Eli. if Largest Daily ii. the County. Aa ii ti equal lot! advertising medium. SPRING 1800 WAIT FOR Dl ANV MUK* ENDiNEEKIND CAIMI Kufieerly Mi lew * p”.pi pulu.)h# .iglu ga. *'  -< sla.iuiacturers of ha gram, I (oilers I vialling Hanger*, cb*. Pattern *(, K« Ul*l I* ...l.d Lacier.- Work I... 1 lei Aft and of pf. Un J V UN ll I UK HH I HT (ll., fin, I 9 (Veter wile*.t. Manufactorer* Crum wed    and "Dunkirk’' perfect * lilting in. ah hirtn. On sale in ail p-ading furnishing, •dothiuf and dry gouda houses in Dunkirk. I I D. MATTESON eft? CO’S :,K. TIM 1 MKV, J I #    ga    and D Healer im Flour, fed, jnste*. clr-    ,    , MbtUwwi'ti • I.o.ii ail .**'1. all. Haled ttav. Pins * KIK lid KEI. aiid iXMiPK aai'H'U. La I repot t- ai)    W'    »!l    trail.-    a iy«*r t nouomuusiHiioiut Depot. m* 4S ln*ine*» to icfal Traveler*. Ii Ull'll d lots** lot Com 4 oh ii J. «n/phy. Thud str**et I ULKKN Ar Od, .« a    VI    aud    Ult h Furniture, Cabinet Ware aa«l Picture frames uiadi to order r tat i.ivicriug. UP F IG IL loth I ' in vt IT IT MIN Ai Cd.. r*. JOI Central Ave. enders of fashion ami (icutiruien Outfitters CP CCI- HT EA M I 1    HEAT!Nil CU II Hwnufacturais ol steam Heating Apparatus ^aintar) Pluiuhmg a H|wci«lt). . j HHK STEA SI LAl'NIIKf. Our ape* laities:    Kine    afbirta, JC 1 chs, ie, and I rn cc Curtains. .-J-j    A VV* I nill nil Ilg>, it. OEii.n. Hic; «'oliars, Kree lleliv-■Ju7 Center street A. full line ot all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! ii b. Tillrxl st , our. of hilt ik> ga .ui.ictmsr and d«*4 erin Kine Bi-ds A Hinaia. HEN Kb XV Kl EEK’* NEW ITO Kl , ill. K. Tut rd at IP inks. Stationery', Musical In-..truioiUiU,UagauacAlliiii) audV\«*ekl\ I'- *crs, md evi'j \ Ihirg pcrpouiug t*a first cKhs ImsA cloru. ic boo. Hooka a specialty. Ik# a* ITH STI NO of every description and at lowest Ii /mg rate* i»y Dunkirk fruiting Company, Ii aud bl E. bes md St., )H. VAN HU KEN A SON, Eire \<.-4dsoi aud (*enerat lasiirac .. *si j ’n Kcal I;state aud Lonns. Pi tUdikioo paid u. Hie c ire of ------—*• I j..* tvrta    tin    (4mU*r    st. hiic. Deal-articular nnqwrt) coHcit , iud il.sir. The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Elver brought City. into this ii j ye HOK* PH.AK WAC*, adqumtw for w    ala.    CRU, M*~ W., •■no r m  .. n ll.11 vv**, sad-'.Ie*, I stcKKIN*. J. J *    HW Cauter street, u ...    , iiiiii a ;.d den lei* IU ll-ii i ollara. Trunk.-," b Pf. Dnflain ji'd'*’*'. Coved. wover.Mitteiuiaiul sleigh Robe#. Hew York Ably Cd*m»l«l by Flower, Tr*f), ('n mm lug* ai «l dtbara. Hon t l»ei tie cs Attempt to Obst roet th* Hill. hut Ira Overruled — Th# Henate Hear* a lively Debate. Wahhimoton, Feb. 21.—It was plainly apparent HMH) afier tile house met yeatenlay that then- was a fixed intention on the part of a number of southtm Deui<aarat» to oppooa th** world'* fair projmA U-«auw ut the government appnqiriation of gl.fiOll.OOO provided for in tin* general hills; After some routine busine-*, hail been disjsiMsi of the speaker announced tliat the is insiders t iou of the world* fair'hill was the regular order and iwcoKttixed Vr. f ’atelier of Massachust fte, the chairuma of the committee iii charge of the matter, who made a statement cnn«wmiitg the nllotiilent .if time for diHCussion by the committee He «aid it was the pin pone of tile committee bi allow one hrair for the dis-eusgion of the general features of the pro-jeiA Kacb of the cities interested would ahio lie allowe<| an hour with the dosing hour tot th* opposition to pi ..whit >*• view*. To-ilnv, he said, the ojipsilinu would lie allowed the opening 01 .W * iih an bour to ea«li of the cities Mr. Mills of Texas and Mr. McMillen of Tennessee ohji-’ieit to calling up the hill. Mr. Mill*; aas not satisfied with the allotment of time. He demanded half of the time in he halt of tho op|siderite of the lull. The streaker said that in the absence of an arrangecleut the matter of recognition one for the pi e.suiiiig ottlter, Mr. Mills contended that the presiding oft! OST should, iii fun ness, ret*ogniige th* opponent* «»f the lulu during half of the time. The speaker stated that he preferred that an ar raagemcut hi* made, A wrangle ensue.I Mr. Kilgore of Texas finally raise.1 the question of consideration ais! a vote wag taken, resulting in yeas. I;!*; nay*, 21. Ko quorum,’’ «mn| Mr Kilgore The chair overrules the punt." aah! the ep*aker ddilierateiy. Then* wa* much laugh-t«-i at this remark, and for the first time in aeveral weeks the Democrat* did not oppone a radical ruling made by the stteaker, On t!i<- contrai r hum of Diem seemed to lw much ph»M*esl. Mr. Candler finally succeeded in l*»gin n.ng hi- sp »s*h on tic general features of the project, oiitlimny :>sis.»us why a fair should b** liekl. Fie defend, d tin* sections in th* gen etal hifl- uppmpriuti ig money for a govern i. mu. i ev hi I tit. .‘out -fwling that the |ieople sti«add have a chance to improve tbemaelves by a study of an exhibit that the government of the United Stat.-, oottltl make The fair itself w ould Is* an honor to the United State* 'I Im* work- of art aud object* of carMtT l»e-2 -ngnig to the go vet iii lam t should Is* given a J'hee iii the exj-wit ion. TI** American pcv pie lichee.-1 flint the United Stales govern-meiif should liavw an exhibit worthy of (i0,-(nod in ,,f |wop|«*. Ile called attention to the pn»j«H-t a- a coinmcrcial prtqswition, aud said tu.it as a .smimercial man he knew that its benefit* bn the country w ould la* g:«*al. I*M>kiiig at tla* matter fiixn a business point >4 view wntnnit anv sentiment, it was clear til .I (lie fair would luring into cin*ula-tion an Immense amount of money. The proposition WH- of a- much interest to the S< -i*h. Inr*t hi ."rile against it. as it wa-la Ute okb r is.-, t is at the i-*untrv. Such an instil ut i. ut a- th.* nm* propowsl. would hind nior. ch ately, he la ‘ie veil, the North and the Son Hi Mr. Ca'idter wa- greet.si with ajqilatise at th*- .sui *iu.-*on of !iis remark*. He n-terve.1 the mnaiud.-r of hi.- xjs t* St. vkw* Tonic m*.\ sine ak Mr. Flower of N**w V.« k o)iene.i the di*e ru ••d.»n for the rn* !rojx*!i.-. Ile said that in (’..Iwubus iv\ «al*sI to mankind a new world and awakened from tile is*J*ate of cen ti.n.*s it mighty continent wliere the germ of new civilization has qiticked to til* pulse Iv at of a I-os cmd na Ii. ai. It wkk appropriate, ti. ‘ivf.de. tliat tie* |ieople of Uh* Unit.*! tab** should .vl.-bratc in l*i*2 tile anuiver-urj ot th*... Ute greatest maritime event in the history of the world. He said la* believed the selection of Ne-v York as the site for the fair would give tie* greatest |x(s»ible satinet i. HI. Mr. Flower held up a telegram at this moment and announced that Governor Hill had aigiasl the New York world's fair hill. [Ap- I lausc. ] Mr. Moore of New Hmii|ishin* said that a neigh!(orlv feeling im}wll«->l th* psqde of sew Kuglaiid to supjiort the claims of the •pie of New York. On the Atlantic is mat, ie said. had been .lev elojasl th fulleat tyi<* of the ti.*wer of our civilizatkm, and there wa* no pla.s* mo fitting for the display of that flower a- tile city of New York. Mr. Covert of New: York claniasi Mint in mm* of the competing cities except New York .SHIH lie s**en all the na vie* of the world. He thought the greatness of this country .smkl ha viewed !<etb*r nowhei— whatever they undertook. In England and in Fran.— the «*u*barn and traditions of .ri00 ye«u> .s.uoentrafced |*ilitical and intelle.-tual life at tile h.md cit/ of the nation; with u* it was diffused thiougbnnt th* Union. Th* farmers of the F rn bd State- rather titan th* resident* of great cities Im*H in their hand* th** .kitmi** »»f the republic. Mr. Adam* spoke tit th* roxnKt’mirt*n character **ff the |Mipiilati.in «>f Chi*«g*>. He referred to tim guarantee fund already rai-ed. aud said that alin*et every state in the Unirai was represented on tin* ouliMC’ipti.a It-t. No money would Im* less Ie.I for the site. aiel none of the may expend** I on the fair woui I go towanl the penmmstit tmprovrsnmt of the Chicago I Mirk s vntem Mr. Civury .rf Kentucky argtid iii favor of C'hi<*ago. saying tbs three greatest national celebration* ever held iii this «*ountry had lieen held iii the Fast, and it wa* now the turn of th** \Ve*t. Mesars. Cubhaott of Michigan, Taylor of Illinois, Perkin* of Kailua*. and (liipnian of Michigan sjvoke in favor if Chi*-ago. A WORD KOR HT. EOC IS. Mr. Neidringhau* of Missouri *|ioke for St. I# ai tx, and Mr; Stone .rf Miwafi enlarged up*hi the advantagea of the ge.»graphi«*al pi> aition of St.    Mi*.    Rre.-kenriilge    of Arkansan. Mr. Pockarv of Missouri, and Mr Caruth of Kentucky favored St. Iioaia W AHHIN’Oftra SHOI’J.D CRT IT. Mr. Ili'Comas «rf V’ai/land favored an ex IiosiDon: hut wherever it was held, it should lie held in Washington, ut the district bear ing the name of tile <in*xiverer of the contr neut—iii the Distrust of Columbia, and at the national capital. He invoked the member* to neck souk* higher motive and broader ground than locality. He ap|**aled to the friends of Chicago, New York aud St. Louis to come boget lier in Jietu-e here -a national ground. There wouhl lie uo trouble a1 lout •ocomiiHidaticMiM; every other house would ba '•pene.1 to vial tora, and Baltimore was within forty minute*' travel. Mr. I,ee of Virginia held that Washington wa* not only the projier pla.x-, but the only pla*s* wheie the fair should he le-ld. If we wen* to invite the govenimoiits of foreign nation* Washington was rh* projier site Me. ( ‘’leman of Ixniisiaua argued in favor of th*- selection of Washingtoa. M**-m>. Cepiptan and Stockbridge of Maryland urge<I Wadiington, the Meo aof Ameri-•an life, afear* tiler* wa* no {mrtisan spirit, is tile proper place bo bold the exposition. At U:‘A> p. in. th* house adjourned until to-day. when the world s fair debate will Ii* continued. THE ftnp|> Iii Ria Ro. Ab SOCIALIST VICTORY. > GAIN FIFTEEN SEATS IN THE GERMAN REICHSTAG. ha>enta*-y Wa Clh**r •gloer .if Eleeli.in* to be lf*1.1 In Dial rift* — A Wholesale the (onaervntlvea — The (•Iii! Voie Iii the Kei.-hatwg tut l»..iible«l— Other New*. .I Hat Br •lay f »l*»nt vote i firm f •*^1. He ha re Hich: four. Hen* r re Pr.»gr< tile (; t!« . , r°nsr ,r§ ii.-,; rb'f IM 1 'Tf .I j J) ^ n,*d tile P } In Msg 4 twtnrn.’ I d* hull,,* | ■ ialiat ie j$ *1 Liber ,?Allbt liq rf**i, Pfi} ^ fei }***l Herr JI wick* u 'n Dun fen r"<I Lith, Huin ju Th* m lh. gnsQf tviclwf I hair \ off n of In thfj t-JN, Feb. 21.--In tile *le«Aion* yester 9r meinlwrs of the reichstag the govem-kijNt fifteen menders. The Socialist r t a* kingdom w a* double that of any lbs election. All leading S.*-inlista are Fe i. * -ii I jebknecht aiui Singer, Soci&lista, h-jen elected, the latter defeating Herr Sr, Liberal. Supplementary iwlkita in fed net-’ will be necessary. Iii Hamburg •ii I »M VIKING. I’. W .Murray, I    Ail bi un street. opes laity ma te of Sanitary Piuuit.iDg, . wnic sod.(#a» i itt'nir Workiuaiirkip K'linr- P. SCHOt-TLS, 42 Ea#t rhird nwt. y, mon..bu- I <ulur. Dentlcmeu will ii fend it U> x irir ^VvaiVwiSH    in*    ieforapurchasing a-where, > It. CAKY Si ASS I non siroa*. I ",„.r,l liar*]war#.•• h‘*« l.aa.OiU^nUT1. ii (J 1.1 NG. such a* titank-Us.k*, le*lgers, and ail k rn da ol hlank* .lone ut i lunk irk l*i i ating Company, fi and IO K. Heooud st WAIT! New Birber Stop. (I. .A. lll'KKF.r, f.c iii ri Iv »u Wheeler's J mr-lier-shoji, ha* o|ient*<l the tiarlier*s!uqi in Hi. 'ne Hotel. Ile has every facility for g.-nl •v irk, and r wtomer* will lim! it a g.asl ilia*** to go fur shaving aiel hair cutting. in the hick Arr. Wa HH tx* JTD!*, Feb. 21.—The senate, after a bit* «1 imt* yesterday, agrve.1 to the reoe Iii) ion <-Mibng fra- iii fort oat ion regarding the killing of i»epnty Marshal Sannders in Florida. The e*iu«*ntional hill wa* again under roHNideratira). Th* reHiviutian of Mr. Chandler, calling on the attorney general for information as til the a—m-*j i is (nm at (Quincy, Fla.,; (rf W. B. Saun<left. dejMty United Stat#— inaohal. was tnk'Hi up mid Mr. l*a—**i resumed hi* remarks j;. regard to it. He -put to the clerk's lek and had lead various document*, new— l<«|ier article* and proceeding* of public iue.-tings demmciatory of til* coinluct aud chara.-U r .rf the Cnite.1 State* court mal itw I’ltiiriN in the Northern dhitricf of Fl.nida These representation*, he said. might tend to throw son— light on th** <*aa**s lea.iing up to the sad affair at Quincy, lf th* kilting of JSaundur* was a rewult of ti— facts and cir-<5i'nstaiice* declared in the j»a|ier* retd, then I he senate .night to have all th* caus'’* which I sl up to it. The trouble tn the ease wa* that the principal law- breaker* weie th* officers • rf ti— court. In co.H-liisi.Mi he offered an amendment directing ti— nlton—y g. i—rid to inform the ^eiu»te nh** w|—ther any efforts have 1—en I la. Ie bv the (ftepartn—fit of justi.v to corn-ct th* a'*tirai .rf ti— officers of th.- court which ha* ivsultisi in |Ki*-tisan juri ** made up mainly from <n— political part) . aud if so to rep iii *he san— to the senate. Al*-, directing the att«H*i—v get—ral to inform the -enate whether he had any informa-tHHi of an official letter written by Marshall Mir./ei directing ti— nun—* .rf “tn— and tried Republicans*’ to I— furnished for jurors of ti— Unite.! State* mat. and what acti.hi tho department of just! -e had taken in roferonce to communi.ration* of that .-haracter. Mr. Hawley said t at the remark* .rf the sum tor from Florida and ti— HUhixiim’iit ilTt-iwI bv him *»ssn.*i tit him to Is* a prelim fur*- apolog, for tuunier. What, I— ashed, had ti— L-td . Ii tractor of Saun<ier* and of the adiumistration of justi.x.* to do with the murder of Saunder*f After mi i— discussion Mr l*a>«-«i's amend-ii—lit wat; on motion .rf Mr. Chandler laid on •he table, and tit.’ resolution cai..ag .hi the ittonro -7”ii*’raj for iafonuaiton a* to the •MteiiMd'Hi of Saundera w a* agive.1 to. Th- cd i<-atfinial bill wa* then taken up. and Mr. Blair proceeded with his argntiH*nt hi favor of it. At the el.#—, (rf Mr Blair'* *f»*ech Mr. Faulkner <»!maine.I tho flaor to *jieak on the bill, and the ’••mite adjourn* I tm to-.lar,' jsociah In the OMO; . ('one i* el* In I devil (k—t/ In t •lect* Th. tmli* Nati Pole* Iv' Lit/and Metzger. S.*-i dist*. %-d. in ti— First B.rlin district th* rf candidate receive* ti,TOU vote*; (UVV eta vc, 4. SOU, and the Socialist, tile Sooond Virchow receive* Ifi,-S<v-ialist Candidate 19,010 aud th* ive 14.017. In th* Third Progreso-Socialist 12,2X0. Se.-.md Ldlots e's-ssnry iii this district. In the Prugf.***i.*t '-andidat.' poll* 10,100 - na list 7,210. xbcrg Herr Vollman. S-dialist, in In th'* First district of Munich a necessary. In the Second the Ko--turne.1. In Strashu^: the Nation-caiidelute is **le.-t*.» A seoHid •cesaary .a Lripuc, and Herr Ha-;rea*i*t. is returned from Nurem-So>-i:Ui*t w returned from Mearane, Auer, ale. a S-x-iallst, is electesl iii Herr Stoll*. S.M*ialist. is eUsrfed *. In Zittau. K.ionigsl—rg, SU-ttin vk second iKillots are ne.vssary. i returns a Progressist, irns up to a late hour indicate that un—ut has fiwr tiit**n wat* in th* and that ti— S- x-iaii st* liave doubled ing strength tbiou^buut ti— king-■ussia. Fourth Berliu district Herr Singer, . received 40..VMI vote*, Richler 14.000. ifth Herr Bauudjach, Ere is* mg, IO,* —riiach. Socialist, 7,\TC.’; Lu.* Uke, stive. 4.rfi4; Herr Hchip|—I, S.**ialist, « in I u -inmU bv i:-f.N4; n a -nrity. ;*i city a r*-iMtllot i* ne * •s.sary to •twe.ii Herren Be bel. S.* ut list and • at tonal Lit—ral. ti-tri’-t (kaver, S<* ialist. is A f kx *v ta J* •A I* Ii <L i' rat urn* th ti* far received, complete, & - tit— elect ion of 4 Conservatives, I U a1 laberal, ll (’cut: iet 7 S«»-iali*t*, 2 Alsatian* and IO Kl ciKsinign. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. Th# ti* fennel! ( nm in !«lnn Keport Hunt Dbpuserf of (^uirkl.. Ia rr kin, Kell. 21.—In spite of the un-dotil it d disposition of meml—ra of all i—rties to*. Mie down to the con*id«rati<Hi .if the iinit a* se volume of important business cou-froi ftr ig them, there is a general feeling that liar' ac ’—ut will I— unable to proceed with (hi' a*—ti desirud legislation until the report • rf ti * Parnell commission shall have been tin* I y I/a disposed of. The news jasper* are de-votm fa -.linum* .rf apace to this quoitka and the I! id .cals, who daily demand tint Parlia- ( ii—ut ell ill e'tber exonerate or * xp-l the Irish j mern W(s dri ii*.! by TI— Time* are gaming | im in iyn i ii number of adherents to their) ry\nt»*f ftmo In th* vir.-imuUikw it hardly, • vet**# fawfibk* thai the government .-an *u«*- • eeiql yatfsi*- the policy of silen -e which lie .ii ti.si t v h#- manifestly adopted. Justice . THE FISHEKIES TROUBLE. Ill* Canadian Premier Cnaldeat ef It* Early Sfttlrmenk Ottawa, Out.'Feb. 21.—Hon A. O Jane*, i nee I her for Halifax, in the bouw of commons ariled whether, in view of negotiation* now in program between the British minister at Washington and the United Staten government for a settlement of the fisher im and otb«r questions of international dispute.it wa* the Canadian government to appoint a cornin umou to take part in th* negotiations and watch over the interests of Canalla. Sir John M:u'donald mid that a* noon the preliminary negotiations for the treaty were concluded it was the intention of the Imperial government to ask the government of Canada to appoint a representative to watch over the interest* of Canada in the framing of the new treaty which would include the settle ii—ut of all questions of international dispute. Sir Julian Pauncefote would, he understood, represent the imperial government. Secretary Blan— ha* shown a desire to have the questions which have for so long I—en a source .rf irritation I—tween the two countrim settled upon an equitable basis. Canada* right* would not I— subverted in any J articular The United States administration and the people of the republic were quite a* anxious to see the trouble between the two c'ountrim sett led a* were the j—ople of Canada. He felt sure that the new treaty wonkI he effected wit Ik nit any sacrifice to national honor on either side. SCANDAL AND SHOOTING. A Columbus, O., Policeman I-•tally Wo,iHit* HU Brother-in-law. Coi.tms'**. O.. Feb 21.—Richard C White, a private police, found his brother-in-law, Achilles Kell, talking to the former s wife, and shot tei e iu succession at Kell, one or iioth shut* st .iking Kell in the left side of the head, ii ar ti— ear, inflicting fatal wounds Kell, a<votu|xiti—d by Mrs. White, wa* taken to the hospital. White at the prison said; “I have repeatedly warned that man (Kell) to keep away from my w ife This afterimon I saw them together on East Naghten street. I went up to ti—iii and I think I ask**! them: ‘What are you doing w ith my wife.’ I then shot twee at him. I don't kdow whether Lull bullets took .dTect or not.” While and his hrnth**r-ii» law, Kell, figured quite prominent! v iii a ah. * .ting affray iou— time since. White, who is a private watchman in the Fast End, wen. hon— one evei 4 j and found Kell in his wife's l—droom with hi* boot* off. He fired several timea. White was arrested, but nothing ever callot' the ca*c. Ho charges Kell with l—ing too intimate with Mr*. White, am! that wa* the .Muse of tin* shooting. (yrshlre Breeders* Ktectiou. NKW York, Feb. 21.—Th* Ayrshire Breed hi>' nsaociati.Hi held its fifteenth annual meeting at the Fifth Av.*ii*»t»hotel yestenlav. Pn*^i<le:it Couverxw pr—ti.Jc.L Tie election of o.'licer* for the ensuing year resulbsl as follow*:    Pi-.-sident. J. W Converse of Woodville, N Y.; vicepresidents. (Miadinh Bmwn, Providence; F. H. Mason, Izsul. O.; H. FL C. Watson, West Kiyu>, N. Y., and William Crozier. Northport, L. I.; secretary, C. M Winslow, BmiikIou, N’t ; treasurer, Henry Ii. Smith. Fniield, It. I Ti— tr -usurer re;ioi*t*-d. e i,if44 on hand. A initiil—r of promine.it I im* lei** from all |iarts of the country were pm—nt. Decoyed lo • Den of Iniquity. Chicago, Feb. 21.—Five young girls, Gertie >4parkes. Sadie Bparkes, Maggie B<ih;in. Minnie Madden and There*;; Frankel, answered .ut Hdvertisement iii fzuiisville, Ky., last .(atuishiy and engaged to fill viu-aneles in a (“*4**; f.vernmrait as web as to the m-oused ! ('hicago hotel. They arrived here Wr.ine— <(*41 dt elands that the matter shall I— finally i <hiy morning aud were tak“n bi a vile den at HOUSE COMMITTEES. |H DM rn MOI.DENU Af EK, Dealer in Grauitc, ■JDODPU —  -,    , w. » „r. TUirrf and IfnflaloNu., Marl de, Flaggtny tm building bion®. Call — me b-'fore buyio. (H -your »au‘-w alk. RISLEY M CNI a ■*“*. v*“l—re! . and VI KiMt Front alrert Whisky, Wince, Brand—• Liquor Sion* for Family • *v Drunkenness Or the liquor Habit, Positively Curt* IT AIMINISTtllM Bt. BAIRES’ ttllCI INCm ii CAA he |i«en bt a cop of coffee or too. or la ar Uriel of fnjc without the knowledge of the per-•on taking it; L it absolutely harm lese and will effect a permaaeai aud speedy cure, whethet ti—patient I* a moderate drinker or an aleobolir wreck, it HEVER FAILS. We GUAPANTEE 'nee. •** T*2e book 8t„i ole iiHKRT H K AY. v    Lion street, ue*r the depot. iLtanlm r Sale, k t—d aud L*' cry toSSZSVk the day or wee* - (cac.ualm term*.    _    —___- KEH*. J- W, 144 c-iilcr etrcot. Dealer in Mu«i«-aJ L»*trumervt* an. * se tune*. We make a e*-c*ai»-of m*4^ make* of Pi an un aud t arraiui Si N ole tirgan* a complete cure ie ever v inaiaucc. Aspace tilde**—, 185 Bae e St.. Cincinatti.* I FREE. Address In rot;Aden—, f SLfiEN SPECIFIC CO SAB J. (ii FEO HD. )ii| Co«U-al •tain-), (M*ucral Insurance and ] Xx cut. Fire, Life, Accident, ami 4m,uranee. Prooijd attention air -and aeifing Beal Estate r: dON ES, tU Tfnrii RL, cur **** ExceiOMT M«a! Market. F-.sh, Hall ao*i Fswknd Mea—, Lard. sauaag. Dyatei* an. ffHwdHry.       . C. 0. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER. JIV4 MAIN ST., BUFFALO. N. T. Mr. Cummings rf New Y.irk said that the fait silo liq lie lie d in a city eomiqctisurato with the grunt!—** ‘if *h en I*-rf iking. Tho selec’i’Hi of a id1*' w*s M ' }*«! p«»|t}t.    I’h**    fair would lr -I i»* a w-i;-L{ a Int'-’ lf it )>n-- nit beld At thecmaftirtMn! s-c.lir at lh* i*uut}f—t)L Headvaj^ed mitnf    a# to the an ceer’t.iiiky of N. ** York t i ail chtsK'w, Hi* fjc. i*:i creat 'd much eat a i iusm. Mr Tit y «>f N’- v York said that New York a-wi “Ujv :<    :    »%    an I not a dollar He dwelt IHI ti— fg i fbi* New York wa* more acieeibk* to tunrf^a ■« rhiui wan pny trfhcr site. Mr Quiiin of New York sjadte at length of Mie bwiufh?1 Nr* York hartmr and the Hudson river. Mr. Sherman of New Y-s*k sajd tbof lie thought )fc»f ?ie>. Yoi-k WAV d— la-st site but Wherever tfe# inji beld it would be th* gramlcst in history. Mr. McAllen sold that I— aa* proud of *» Louis and Ch I-T go, bu; Lo exjaisitjoH would be a su(S’e«* unl**Hs It Wa* rn c—wjblo to ti— masse* as it would be ut New Yo»V The works of art and g -nills were greater than jinx— of agriculture. 'Die pc«ipl* of the United S4a:e- .should I— *s!u’-at**l by something mon: tf»pq an gxhitrttion of material things. Chicago's ci.\isf». Mr. Hilt of liiinois sp ike in favor of Chicago. He saki thai Chicago wa* neat the oeiitcr of the I luted Etaks. It was aci'ee-Rible to ti— mmiug ivgiou* of Pennsylvania a;.d the graal agn.-uJiural halt# of ti— Wpst Civil UR At, KR ,L pm WATCHES tad JMT, Clock*. Silverware, I—gD.'rr (wtxl*. Etc. KSOR4 Vt SO, (SOLD 4 SIL VKR PL A TISO Service Inquiry Postponed—|.*tpir wild Judiciary Xlcawuren. Wa s. i! NUTI in, Fell. 2!.--TI— liii’ise isitn-•niUe*' iijv->iigatiji * the ch ir;;es agaluat the •ivJI servile coumn-si 'ii iuis d “-id*Hl not bi .-esunie their work (biti! *!o,,d i>r. * ’Id,** j;; Igjnr) p maut tee qf 7(a-* ':oqt<w emf yestei-iay, 'lh*-ifill* ;>*Ja*Jng p. *h^ Clk1 rip* of I uiUsl Mtatc* circuit aud district judge* were rvportcsl to the oommltte.* by a subcommittee in th.* form of a rn I rd it ut*, providing that ti— sa la rte- of district judges I— lncy^**ed 'I* i—r cent., aud those of circuit ju'lges uniformly f-.'**’** The iMinmittee iigre».sl to 'lim u— lur «uiwtiKil« «* ijs i—xt meet lug. The commercial coo vent iou national bankruptcy bill was t«k»i; up and Mi-. Tavlc.p of < ihio was authorized to rcj#*rt it fa vol abl v. Mr. Cufeertapn of Texas wa* gran> J j«*r mission p. fippnrt his ttanki uptcv bill as a substitute, but tim anmmittap did rn rf sg.u*-tpiu a tavorabh? report on it It U andenai# ! that a luiuority iejz>r t will bi* submitte.2 on the tMinkruptcy bill, although ti,- Volo un the question of reporting it favorably to the boa— did not develop 'rf»js#*it ion to it. Ty *' bytl^ CfWnjrfiUec opj label 1>V a \yt« of 7 to •'!. nuttjoriawt a favorable i-Hpoi •. #«, iitn bill introdUi—d in ti— house by Mc. (test, pro* iding for the adjuKtu—nt of a<s*oimts of lalmrers, workmen and mechanic* arising ,    under ti—eight hour law. The bill provide* It* tonnage was second in amntig    Ihaj *1) (‘jfei'B for labor jerfonmd in mc** can cities. He said that if the fair wa* beld j of oighit hofira |**r day stigji li^ rpfyrr*-; in New York foreigner* would Mop at the •Hte cf the republic and turn lack. If it wa* brid in the 'Vert they would go on and see the grand irfuilejii^e of tjp, interior. The site at Chicago wa*    ll    nopfii I a'* a gicoj hole in ti— treasury after Now Yo*i: bait iyi_ jsh-.d i'ladiiig away ro« k* there. Ho heUt that a very vmall j»ro|*ortion of the ottend-pn«*e st tin* fair would be that of f Ole ig lier*. Iii c^r lesion he said that if the fair wa* beld ai Chi-ago it gQpJd !*e a memorable and Dl a;, ti i ti'-ell t fUccns*. Mr Adam* «rf Illinois said that the poop}* ■e rUeit ti far as the standing of the indieted •iciiiImi rs in ti— house is concerned, and it is he of ii (on of many of the leading meinliers, Comart tit ive as well as Liberal, (hat the goven* tent is losing ground by delay. HIM IALISTM rtAIXl.NO llROrND. Ti— G O'!nun S s-ialist* have i—ver prose-cute.1 rii rkcterxl campnigu with mote vigor •hail R tx which marked their work at ".he j*.Iii -.yrertonlay and from all apj#»nranoe* i— .’•cr rt hh gnafcr succeos. They have un-questionably mad - large gains in Berlin and ’heir un casing work in other jmrts of the country is plainly apparent, even iii the m-agro J t-counts of the jndliiig thus for ie-< wived.    • Emf**! cr Williaoik military surprise in or-lering tis- Berlin gRrri>*>ii Lo Kieusl—rg is g«VMrall>*«'on letimed as ill-tuned and ti— Sm*ii*fist* Ji-iv** taken advantage of the |mj>u-lar afiir.n to d-*n-. ii me the net as an effort to uifi;K-»K*rt the eltsrf ions by stauifMsluig votera ntzl as en Hance that the imperial professions of Strfki*a*ie for th** workingman's welfare and ilesir* to make just concessions to the gene cal d MU*—racy are not sincere. AN* I rn KR ACAT PROBABLY MIST The a oj it *a ranee in the eon test for the va-lant par ii Amenta ry s-’o.t for North Ht. I’an-’THs of an Independent Unionist candidate Ila* greatly disturUsl the Com**rYativa* and is likely to overwhelm their ctiaiK-ws of retaining the stat. Th® Tory majority in the, division at the last election was rally 2fil iii a iota I vote of H.J7.V iomI the Liberals contend that the subsequent iticruaoe (rf the electorate ha* !***ii largely ill their favor I iwiii^ to :li? (Irfwai'jji of business q nqnj l—r of spin-iing mills at I/wjt, Russian Ike ■n>i, have siiut down and npwaiiti of 4,(RJI) spinners ar • thus locked uni. M lianitt h. dipkwnMtw agent and <«w»ui geneva) of BtnwrU ut Hftflt, ha- liewn rc*ialietl by the Bel grade government, (intl* iii.tire Hares. NKW York. Fell. 21.—The attendance at Gutleiitmrg yesterday was light, the weather threatening and the track muddy and alow. Follow ng are ti— penult*: First j\*'si, 44‘ njil^:    Mijlertrai    first.    1’al^ fell sw-sin-I, Heal it thlnt; {iijj®. f jfY . ts*ss>,.d i-ace, Rellm.g, f- 2 furlongs; Mamie Hay first. Too Sawyer second. Kebcl Serai} third . tine, 1 Thirl race. purse, *% raila; Bruifori first, ]jt \v Fu‘ lie* Mnnnd, lafly A?u*s third I tin—, Fourth race, the N *w Jersey Jo’.tr ial hand* leap, lg| utile*: Visitant fi'*s», B'lraside second, Duffer thin! time. 2:50 t. Fifth ra**e, mile:    Can’t    Tell    ttrat, Buckstone aesvnd, Marty B thirl; tjqie , .xta uw-i*, purse. I mile:    Ki.ig    Idle    first. Neptutm* Necomi, Iab-' -c. r third; time, I >51. ■ much trouble eacajied from th** pl JV>riii«*d the polw-c, who arrest*** TI j S**uth Clark street. They apeeilily r»*al-it--d that they had l—en ditp*“l. and after la<v and in-♦h1 'b’diiuie Maggie Fnreiit, ti— keejier. and (hi|p*lia lire we r (coloiodi, her hounekecjA-r In default of BkOdO liail the women were llM-kis] up. N w KoiiI he i ii Enterprise*. BaLtihork, F**b. 21.- Among the large**t ri«-w entei jiriae* iii th® South re|Kirte«I last •a.s-k to ti— .VI a mil actu rani' Re*onl ate a I’.Xc.UOO isial and iron oompany in Hirniing-iiani; the «sHitnu-t f os-1 hi tidings for ti $500,000 <x*tt*>n mill in Fliw»*n<*e, Ala.; the fHir-hase bv AlalctuiH ca j (ital i*ts of two furnace* and mineral projiertv for IMW,UM: a 4500,000 cotton mill in Arkansa*; a $250J Ml car building onnifiauv in Atlanta; a $'JUO,OW pleefrfmte ootnpaiiy in Florida; a $2M).(kn> coiton mill oomjiuny in G**orgia; a $200,000 cigarette machine company iii Roanoke, Va l*rnh lilly m Vfur«ler. Fijtminosbi un, Ky., Feb 21. —Later d«%-velojiincuts make it alnmrt certain that the stiojKise i sui.-Hie of Mrs. James I,avt<in was a fou! tnunl *r hi the r*»>m were iinuiist ik-*il4»* traces of a *1 niggle mid the n<4e which was found near hpr is a clumsy and awkward forgery. The i!*nlt**r will I— rigidly invesU^atetl. Th** s soicioiiK point to a worth'* sa idjamcU»r in lh * r*Hrhhirivnd be-tw***!i wh<*** hand-vri*iii.; an*! the woman’* die'.st f.tivw*il note there is a striking re-stu i bianco, A I'b—ksde In the sierran. Hay Fraxcihtxi, Fell. 21. points rat the , Cuntral !V*iu Hue- r'fsiin C Jtax to Truckee | report thu! a lien' \ en »w -tor u ja'evMile l on Tmisdav night in the Sierra Nevada mountain*. Trains have |<e*>n coming in fr<nn twelve ti* twenty-four late, many of theui having idnsolidat<*d in the mountains. The fjverland mails Wednesday were *lis;>«tche<i over the Santa Fe route and west bound mails have lioeit ordered sent to California over that mad until the storm ow**. the (\Nirt (rf claim* to tie a*iji|di.-*iicl the eight hour bast*. In ail i-ro* proved by workmen employ***! on is*half of the gox eminent since Jut—, 1NJS. the workmen shall be paid for each eight hours em jill Tye. I tile full puce of $ jiiiy.? wopk. The bi)l aLr pm* ides that w pen* tut a mu Hi ♦lieut LuiuUrf of i hnn.nuu of any rate cin-e ••hull join In ut— Alit, s«i that the amount claimed shall in the aggerate ex*wed $5,0u0, they si tall have the right to appeal to the -u-preu— court. «..    ...____    ,    Aq    appropriatiou .rf a!*»iit four million rf Chicago had a habit of succeeding la dollars a i)I la* n*vp**qiy to wattle the claims. Th* TrHvelers* ExcUaiige tbindo’ixl, New York. Feb. 21.—The Traveler*' Kx-“ha’ige organized by ti** leading hMVci p'M-pl le&rfS of this tqty air •ut a ytayi ago for the r-ottvetiJt>!i<'e ut travelers in tho matter of m-forination, ticket*, baggage, advertising, botel aecoinmo.iation«, etc., has lieen al>an-loued. owing to the refusal of the Trunk Line as*mation to establish a joint ticket rffiue in the exchange. Mr. ( nrnegi* tq Dive a Ctrau*» Dinner. IV 4 sn IN;.Ion W». 21. — Elal«irate pieje-rations are tieing mad at 1Tb Arlington for A diluter to be id . en tho 25th inst, by Au-•iron Ctaieegje of Pjtt.bqrg to th* prerid®Ut :ind his o.ib’in>» RJI-! ilee*g*»t<W to the !*on* %mer1’-„n‘kingless o *thfih body Mr. C'ar-HBgie Is alw. * menu-r. S'eel menu car»I* w 1th the u»in—of each gw**t Hi st eagraved ••Ull th-ii blown In with gins* will Im* Cliv Vt the feature-* of the enU-rt.'tiuiipqtv. There will I— co vers lijid »yji fil ly j—pm iqs. (••ant 'lonninem lir.lgn*. New York, Feb. 21. The Grunt Monument association, ai it* an.iud meeting last uighC decided that none of th** dc-ig'.^ moir nutted iii re*poii— to ir\vilgt|i4«s wen* forth* suniiig ^    *swnpetition will I** H’fWlgod- " H, G*hiv wa*, elected preside: it, Hidney Dillon vira pm id-ut, A. B. Cornell. C. H. T Cob in, A L .Sanger, F. M. Knox. E. M Wots Im aa and C. O. Redly executive comuiitteou |wn|<Kran|« Bra ob WRIrd, Nrw York, Feb 21.—The stcumshlp B«-hemlu, frow Hamburg, arrived yesterday. An Uiuiiigrant named Louise B (Hither conv mitt**! suicide by Juinjiiug over+ioard during the passage, and Christopher Kluge, another , ref-ides at No. I*L»I Miuii on avenue immigrant, died ut ah oh >iwm.    ,    twenty-one years of a®R i' ( apt. Morrill t‘» fie Wearied. )»vi.fihoRR, Md , Feb. 21.—< apt. Hamil-urn Morrell, who made himself lemon* by rescuing the |i*iaseivg“rs fmot the steamship Denmark, last y*wr, bu.* succumbed to the • barms of a Baltimore la iy, and this •-raning summer w ill se** bim a happy Benedict. Th# lady is the sister of Dr. J. L. McCormick aud IT WAS OPENED GY PRE;'ID"NT HAR- ^ RISON .AST NIGHT. Mr. ( si ncjglr M:.kc« the I’rearntMthti* Kpewhe# a ii * I Urllvi’o Hie (•ohlen Rhv t«» the Muior «f tlle^henv < ily — He- mwiki* bv the ('resident, Cot. Hearer ami Other Pre n In eat 'leu. Pitts bi Ro, Feb. 21 The prestdcitt wa* up bright iiikI early yesterday morning, un t rara* of fatigue from his journey remalniug. A suite of three handsome (xiiinecting ni»art men!- consisting of sleeping, dining and re-(option room* in tile third floor of Hie Du quesna club on Sixth avenue had l*s*n plaoed at the dis}*>sal of Mr. Harrison. A i*uutl*»r of the prest i“iit s friends wen* iii waiting iii i he reception r«*mn. and aftci an exchange of greetings sat with hun at breakfast. AIV o'clock carriage* iHinveyed the pwklwit, Andrew- Carnegie, (dovernor Beaver and other invited guests to a sj*H-ml train by whi«*h they were conveyed lo Homewteail. tk*\e»al lei n-s weiv passed iii an in*]ss-tiou of Mi . Carnegie s inammoth steel works at this place. The jvuty returmsl to the city at I o'clock At I;.*W o'clock the floral tranquet, tendered by Mr. Carnegie to hts invited guilts and th* free library commission, took plaiv. From J o'clock until 5 the priwideiit held a (albite ins-e| it a a i iii the main hall of the court house, which was beautifully decorated with flags, bunting, tropind plants aud cut flower*. The president o<s-u|*i«*l a j**»itlrai on the tirst lauding of the stairway. AT TMK LIBRARY. At H o’clock lunch was served, and at 7:40 Mr. Carnegie, the preaidefit and the other in vital guest* took carnages ami were driven •lirectly to the fro** library bud ling, corner rf Ohio and Federal stnw*t*. Allegheny City. The spacious hall wa* ttll sl to overflowing when the distinguish!st party entered the building. They wen* greeted with thunder* of applause. The national hymn, "America," wa* rendered Ivy th** Mozart society aud the audience, #<**«>ni(Mini<-d by the Carnegie organ. Bight. Hex. Cortlnnt Whitelwad led iii prayer. The hymn. “Tile H»*even* Ai-e Telling," was sung by the Mozart ws-iety, and Andrew Carnegie was prenental to the audience. dki.ivrriro tux am arr. v kky. Mr. Carnegie was almost overcome at th** warmth of the greeting accordud him and with difficulty deli veinal a brief addr****, during which he transferreiI tie* golden key of the free library building to the keeping of R. T. Pearson, mayor of the city of Allegheny. In the course of Mr. Carnegie's remarks lie was profuoe in thanks to thus** who**- Hid laid l**en given in carrying his (dan* to (*omj(ie tion. ll*- was jiroud of the honor conferred bv the president of tin* I ii it** I States in that he stand* forth the illustrious s}*ai-a»r of the free library at its ehriateuing. Mr. Canicgu dated that the library building was for all th nr* to come the property of the jieople and ’ hjg “every cifi/**n of Allegheny, rich or j#s»r. black or w hite, mn enter this building and truth.ullv say: ‘I ain joint proprietor iirtt*.'" Mr. Camogie'* remark* were greet**! with enthusiasm. Mat ut J Va r«>n accepted the golden key. replying iii a few well-chosen remark*. TMK 1‘MKKtOKNT OfTCXH TMK LIBRARY. I’re-ident Hart i on was Introduced and warmly received. He commented on Ilia experience* of the • tat in his visit to the more prominent industries and their probable infill* n«v iii the commercial world He then sj*»ke relative to Mr. Carnegie’* gift to the city as the transfer of pncioiis tnotal into something I hat blooiiLs for eternity. He Inflexed that th**, generosity {rf Hie doner would serve us an i .(pulse and iitaplrati.ai and that others would I*- influenced to do likewi-s.., Prveideiit Harrison then declared the librar> • qw*n to the public, charging the recipients to la- zealous and circunisj>ect. • •THICK HI’KAKKH. RiHK-h Pratt, the w.-U-known jihilantro-jihist ol l^altiiuoiv. sjK)k“ (»f th*- l**ia-fltH to to* derive.I. Governor Beaver followed ill Well appointed remark*. Tile remarks of Hon. John i)al/»*ll were highly (sonplitiientary t*. Mr. Carnegie. He wan followed by Dr. Kiddie, IV *ideut Hunter of tla* Allegheny council, Hon. John H. lUcketts aud Rev. Dr. Purvis. ( hair man James B. Scott of the library comuiisaion then reoil tin* ivjwi t of Hie commission transferring tla* of the projierty to the city of Allegheny. The Hallelujah chorus was cling and the t**n-edi<-tiou pron. ,iuicisl by Bidiop Phelan. President Harrison and J (arty left for Washington at 10-.H5 o'ch**k. It hi reliably rejiorted that Andrew Car negie, iii addition to his donation of 4-1,0(10, trio for a free library in Ifittsburg, h.is signified his intention of purchasing the sit*, for the main tmilding. This means an additional axperatiture of probably half a million of dollar. I’taier*’ league Umpires. C’HICAOO, Fct». 21.— S*s-r**tnr\ Bninnel] of the Player*' National league announced th** eight umpires w ho are to serve the Player*’ league under th** double umpire system •luring the season of lxoo. lln-ir natm’s are: J. H. Gaffney, Wore*- ter, Mass ; Robert Fergus* hi, Brooklyn; AI*»uiso Knight, Roxton; Kot**rt Matthew*, the once famous pitcher. Philadelphia; T K. Gunning. ex-caf«-her (rf the Bmp*I aud Athletic chih*, Fall River; Charles Jones. ex-outth-Mer of the |v**»toii* and Cincinnati*, New York; 'V H ll ex-catcher, N**w York, mvl Ha* Ilartnm of this city. Tin* latfiu once Ie I th • second ha*eimn an*) wa* well kiaiwn through hi* orame* ti‘in w itll the Hoapni*. ( lihngo* arni }la> Te*‘umsehs. The Mililani Taiiniam<-nt. Nxw York, Feb. 21.- Tie* first game of the Brunswick-Bolke billiard toumameut was pin-.si last night, the (Snit**‘ant I**lur* Jw*s(b St-liM- cr and J. Rudolph ff* ser. Hclia *er won by a neon- of IVD To fir J; winner’* higliest nut, fi-vfi. wl ut*: ( ate age, IT 7-J.l: t*s«»;'* a erage, ll ;t- ") K* h refer iflavMi e l4-in< h tiaia line glim® against I Ie I-*-r * Mu- b paine. The (snit,-Lint* in th* tournauient arc Hcha -far. SUvjeat. Cnt-feii, Ive*, Heifer and Man rf v Od), Til® winner will take 40 fi#y v-ent. of the 94JAX) jeu -® offered. Fay h (*Mite*tant will play ten panted, Mr. Huiitinglon’s lzl#*t Scheme. New York, Feb. 21.—Kieman's New* Agency savs; Negotiation* are {.ending lie-tween Mr. Huntington and Mr. Yillatsl for th.* purchase by Mr. lluntvigton and a**«»-ciaP** of some Urgv. tie* t* (rf •*!#! land in th# new *}#»:» wf Washington. The detail* ar* ytul yet made puldk', but the transaction a* contemplated will be an nnjioi taut one, and It w ill lie so:ne time before negotiations are complete*!. It i» Maid that m j>art of the ta'iieme w ill tie tile establish ii lent of a line uf steamer* to develop the traffic. A Rebellion iii Morocco Taxi.IKR, Feb. 41 —An alarming rebellion ut in nrogreo* in Muvocea The troop* were gefw.it**I by the it bel - at Wassail and afterward* besieged in the town. TMK CA Ii.Nib IE Ll BRA KY. 88 CENTS oil Ii til I Sims HIU I ONLY 88 CTS. 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