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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 26, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 26, 1890. NO. 92. UP RESENTATIVE USINfiSS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. NKW RIJMNXJ MACHINE for ruling ull kin is liliinkH if tlm latest audition 10 i.c Mechanical Department ol Dunkirk Printing Company A Bit. olt'FORIJ, 'tis and 225 Central Aye. Art-tic Photographer InBtuntaneoua ol a specialty. Sitters ait lor sunshine except lor not uabies. BOOK IKVINO. 1'ro urietor No. E. .Siiccmd street, near llul- fcilo street. Uiinkirk, N. V. Mu- tic Pami'iileta, etc., bound in tell ntyloB. promptly attended to. All work guaranteed. BUKCIi Klt'S CHOCI4KUV HOUSE, Central .Vvcmiu. WholCP.i'C and retail dealer in Imported am Jomcstir 'JhmR, Glassware, CHAUTACUUA HOTK1, Hates. per day. Livery und Hoarding stable in connection Victor Uidor, and 337 Lion JCOt. PiRNELL MUST RETIRE. GLADSTONE DRAWAU URQE3 HIS WITH- FROM LEADERSHIP. A Lone letter on the Subject from Ei-Prcmler to John Morloy Llljerals DUnmyed air. Parnell'l Ueolnlon to lUtitln the American Tariff Bill Ulscoucd ID lluuia ol JjorAu, LONDON, Nov. At Mr. Gladstone's request John Morley has communicated to Mr. Fare ell a letter which Mr. Glad- stone wrote Mr. Morley on Monday. la the letter Mr. Gladstone says: "Having arrived at a certain conclusion in regaril to the continuance of Mr. Par- llAUBKll Chan. Maple, Prop., Under Like Shore National Bank, corner Center tti- I Third atrects. A floe stock ol Foreign Domestic (Jigara. IK. EVBSINU OBSERVER. r.nrtOBt Daily in the Connty. An n.ioqoalled advertising medium. DUNKIRK ESGrNEKRtNO COMPANY. Formerly Sellcw 4 Ppiiple. Manilla'Hirers of Engines, BoillM-s, Pulleys, Shafting Hangers, etc.. ratUirns, i anil Machine Work to order. IvUNKIllK S1IIKT CO., 203, 205 and HU7 1 I btreet, Manufacturers ot t.ie anil "Dunkirk" perfect -titling Ureas ShlrM. On in all leading furmslnnK. elotlimg ii'i'i ury goods IIOUBCS in piinUrk.___ Df. -roomsY, CM anil I.IOM strrct, Dealer Klour, Feed, alt. li.'Ue.l Hay. i'hos- ilOTKL und jiininc Saloon, Union i.ot Easy access to all tniiue aim bus- neSB Bust accommodations lor Cora- tt' 1HI.EUM CO.. Fine tn sola terms- E Third ntreci. r.iUir--. Ca'jliicl and Up- 1'icmre Frrunetj uiH'le to onlur. rn Til ITTESUN CO., :t'ti Control Ave of r'ubhim, and Gentlemen UuUUUsra. I t AKK1.I. STEAM UBATING CO., anulacaurers.il Heating AppuralttB. Plumbing a Specialty. OWK STKA.M LAUNUIIY. a.1 Our Cuffi, lu, aii'l Cir.uima. A VV. CunU Shirts, We; Collars, free Dehv lor street It. OKI1M. li. Third St., cor. ol UufTaU1 jlaaul-n-iiicr ami dc-alcr m Fine Koata Shoes 7 ESRV WKlLEIt'S NEW STOBK, 103 B. II Third st. Booke. Stationery, Musical In- and Weekly Pavers 'nil cvcrvihir-K pertoiBing to a Drat cluss book -tore, be! "o. Uookaasujfialty. JOH PKINT1SO every dcsciiptUmundal lowcbl living rates b> lnrikirk rrinlins Company, c 10 li. bcconil St. I li. VAU UUKBN I ONKOE'S P11ARMACV, aoo Central Ai untie cell's leadership, I saw JuBtin McCarthy on arrivirigin town and asked him whether I was likely to receive from Mr. Paruell any coin mun ication oil tho subject. Mr, McCarthy was unable to mo any in- formation. I mentioned to him that in 1882, after the Phoenix park murders, Mr. Parnell, although totally removed from any idea of responsibility, wrote me offer- ing to take the Chiltera bnndreds; an offer much to honor, but which I thought it ray duty to decline. "While clinging to the hope of a com- munication from Mr. Parnell, to whomso- ever addressed, I thought it necessary, viewing the arrangements for the com- mencement to-morrow, to acquaint Mr. McCarthy with the conclusion at which I had arrived. Jt was that not- withstanding the splendid services ren- dered Mr. Parnoll to his country, his continuance at present in the leadership would have cun'.equrnces disastrous in the decree to the cause of Ireland. I think I niny be warranted in asking you so far to expand the conclusions given above as to add that such continuance would not only place many hearty and affective friends of I up Irish cause in a position of srrcat embarrassment but would render my retention of the leader- ship of the JjilH'rnls, based as it has been mainly upon the prosecution of the Irish cause, almost a nullity. "This expansion my views I begged Mr. McCarthy to regard as confidential if he found that Mr. Parnell contemplated spontaneous action. Hut I also begged him to make my views known to the Irish party at their meeting to-morrow it it was found that Mr. Tarncll had not in contemplation any step of the nature in- dicated. I now write you in case Mr. Mc- Carthy should be unable to communicate with Mr. Parncli, as 1 understand that you may [los-ibly have an opening to- morrow through another channel. Should you h.ive such an opening I beg you to miike known to Mr. Pavnell the conclu- sions stated It is learned that before the publication of the letter to Mr. Morley, Mr. Gladstone personally saw Mr. Parnell and urged him to retire. The publication of the letter caused great excitement in the lobbies. Tho Par- nellites informally discussed the matter and finally rnllcd a meeting. Tlie meet ing was called to order without Mr. Par noil, wlu> u as in another part of tht to F. B. CABV JS CO., Lion street. Liberals Hope to Iniluro Mr. to Betlrn from tlie Leadership. Nov. Liberals are im- mensely dismayed nt Mr. Paruell's decis- ion to retain the Irish leadership in par- liament. They have not yet given up all Hfnersl Harilware.Wliite'Lea'.I.OiU.Painiur'i! of altering his determination, and Supplies, ini Cloths, Granite llt.est pressure is being brought to f him unrt upnn tne few who are RULING, such us blruik-huoks, ledgers, a. all kmdaoi blanks ilone at Ouakirk Printing Gompuny, S and 10 E. aecoml St. UDOLl'H MOLDENHACEK. H, Cor. Tluril and Buffalo bO.. Dealer m Granite. Marble. Building Stone. Call on me u-lore your side- walk. _ g and buying RISLKY t CO., 7 anil 9 East Fron Whisky, Wines, Brandies. General Liquor Store lor Family Use. ipoi------ suppo-od to have any influence with him to secure, if possible, Ills withdrawal A canvass was made in the lojjby of the house yesterday, the views of a large number of Liberal members being obtained. The large majority of these agreed that it will be useless to think of winning in a general election handicapped with a party headed by a KOBEIIT McKAY, Lion street, near Uie depot. ISoardin" Sale. Feed and Livery SlablO. StaK diy week on reasonable terms. _ __ _ _ CAM a. 301 Central Ave. (Up 15 urnoral insurance ami [teal tatate Anent. Fire, I.ile, Accident, und Live Stock Insurance. ITomV attention given to Duymg selling Kcal Estate. the Inijirovemonts to bo Blailo on the Krle, and Other Waterways. ALBANY, Nov. Engineer Bo- gart has recently returned from an ex- tended inspection of the state canals in Mrs. Cooporsmltli Produces In Court a Spurious Decree of Divorce. NEW YoitK, Nov. queer bogus di- vorce proceeding was unearthed in the superior court yesterday, involving the law firm Gray Co. Tho matter came out in the divorce proceedings brought by William Coopersmlth against his wife Mary on the ground of adultery. When tho case came up Mrs. Cooper- smith produced a supposed decree of di- vorce from Coopersmith. Upon examina- tion it was found to be a decree granting a divorce, naming the parties but having no date. Itmad'e mention of Cook county, but did not give any state. At the botto'm was a scrawl as if intended as a judge's signature, and beneath the word "judge" plainly written. It had a large seal. Judge Truax pronounced it a bogus di- vorce, and issued a subpoena on Robert M. White, who is said to be connected with the firm of Gray Go. Coopersmith was granted an absolute divorce, Stanley Lectures In Iluu'alo. BUFFALO, Nov. M. Stanley lectured to people in Music hall last evening. Mr. Stanley was introduced by .Tames Gluck in an eloquent ad- dress. Mr. Rtnnley received most careful attention, ami his sarcastic description of Emin's disappearance and final refusal to return to Egypt was one of the most en- joynblo features of tlie lecture. Mis Stanley WHS not present, being indis- posed. ________________ Gliost Dancing Still Continues. PIKHHK, N. D., Nov. party from Pierre have just returned from Bennett, where they witnessed the issuance of ra- tions to tlie Indians They emphatically deny that there is any danger of an out- break at the Cheyenne agency, although the ghost dancing is still kept up to some extent. ______ That's what everybody tells us here. aid anything about it before If we haven't We've Got The Stock for the Holidays. There is everything here that you coul vish for to make Appropriate Presents to lady, gentleman or child. Pick out your presents early and have them laid away. We make a notice of this every Christmas season that you may know we still heed to the custom of storing goods for Christmas delivery. They'll be safe with ua. We arc trustworthy, so don't hesitate about coming early and ffive us a chance, to serve you when everybody won't be. m such a hurry. This is the first place everybody comes to look for presents, and we don't disappoint. We 11 tell you more in a few days. Always look through our ad. You 11 ind interesting news. rp c. I 75 E. Third at, cor. Deer. r'xcclsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt ana Smoked Meals, Lard. Sausages, and Poultry. W ATCHKS, JEWKLKV, Buy the Aurora Kailroad Watch. Kflpairing a specialty. fc Stapi. 83 K. Third at. Fran: rM. MOCKER, Merchant Tailor. J16 Central Avenue TAKE NOTICE. notorious adulterer. The fear was generally expressed tlm the government will take advantage o this fact to dissolve parlinmentnnd appea to the country while the feelina agains Mr. Parnell is yet hot. It is feurrd that the coming Jb'e election for VSassetlaw, to fill the vacancy caused by the deatli of Mr. Beckett, will reveal a'marked falling oft' of the Liberal vote. If so, there cnn hardly be any doubt left that'the goveiument will take the course referred to. The blindness of the Nation- alists in insisting upon Mr. Parnell's re- tention of the leadership is looked upon by experienced politicians with amaze- ment, and as evidence that the members of that party have lost their heads en- tirely. Many Liberals declare that they will "not act or vote in conjunction with the Irish members so long as Mr. Parnell at their head, no matter what the Lib- al party caucus may decide upon as the course to be pursued by the party as a whole.- One of the Irish members is said to have prepared a long list of the domestic mis- steps of English statesmen and members of royaltv and nobility, which Pie is ready to launch otit undsr cover of the privilege of parliament, should the O'Shea case be mentioned. As many of these cases have never been published, but could be pub- lished without the risk of libel in a report of parliamentary proceedings, there ia much quaking in the higher circles of British society. At the ministerial dinner to the members of the cabinet in the lower house, Monday night, Hon. W. H. Smith made some re- marks outlinThg the policy of the govern- nent. He said that the government during the session intends to carry a land bill before Ireland that would perman- ently end the land troubles in that country. The least government could expect was that all parties ihould join ddress in reply to the speech from the irone. Baron Ardilnun (Arthur Guin- eas) seconded the address, and, speaking is an Irish landlord, denounced the nsser- ion that the landlords desired to sell their and, or that they supported the laud pur- hase bill because they wished to pocket ,he plunder. Lord Oanviile (Liberal) congratulated the government upon being able to report pro-poets of permanent jeaco. Though the spoech from the throne ivoided any reference to the new Ameri- can tari If, ho must express the regret of ;he Liberals at the stand taken by the Americans in favor of trade prohibition. It would give libe to an enormous amount of smuggling and other evils to the American people. So far as Kngland was concerned, she would find compensation in increased trade with Africa and the colonies. Lord Salisbury, replying to Kaj-1 Gran- ville, remarked that he would not say that England's trade with Africa and the colonies would immediately compensate for the loss of trade caused by the Ameri- can tariff; but the situation broughtabout by the new tariff furnished an additional motive for preventing territory in Africa from falling into the hands of nations ex- ercising commercial prohibition. I company with Superintendent of Public Referring to the late occurrences at Tip- perary the prime minister said that the National league's combination there aimed to defraud and coerce honest trad- ers, and there would be no hope of restor- ing prosperity to Ireland unless the law WHS so enfmved as to destroy such com- binations. Speaking of the land bill he said the government I'rmly pursued its object of increasing the number of per- sons interested in the land of Ireland, anc ot the house creating a moral politica force which would frustrate the efforts o political agitators.________ TURF GOSSIP. "Works Hannan. lie found t.ho general condition of the canals very good. The work of lengthening the locks, whose construction was directed by the last legislature, will he begun after the close of navigation. This includes three locks on the Erie canal and two on the Oswego, and the partial rebuilding of one lock on the Black River canal. The Black lliver canal is an important feature of. the Uric system, but is in need j of extensive repairs to the locks, which are largely composed of timbers now in a itate of decay. The work to be done _pon the Champlaiu canal will include making the canal, as far as the appropri- ation will allow, uniformly six leet in lepth and of sufficient width for >assing of boats. On the eastern division if the Erie canal there are three great aqueducts, the timber trunks of which are in such bad rep.ur as to demand a re- construction, and the economical plan will be to build entirely nuw timber ;runks. Much of the old timber will ba of great value for docking and other canal repairs. Grabbed the Cash Box. WASHINGTON, Nov. Hebrew- Bumenie Opera company Fine Itomlttcd by the President. WASHINGTON, Nov. presideni has remitted the fine of in the case of Daniel McKenna, sentenced In Pennsyl- vania to eight months' imprisonment and a fine of S2o for parsing counterfeit money. white sang a choral to the Blessed Sac rainent, which made the tears burs from the eyes of many, and all from abroad as well as the parishioners unilet in one exprcasion: "We never heart the like." After Ihe procession theRev Father Roser gave his tirst or inlroduc tory setmou, which, showing theabillt; of the orator, attracted large atul ieuces every morning and evening o the following days, Thursday, Fridn and Saturday. Masses were said trot a. in. till 8 a. in. Every mornin and evening an enthusiastic sermon was presented by Ihe missionary father, shattering the hearts of hU hearers. The principal feature of the devotion was the erection of the Third Order of St.Francis and the League of the Sacred Heart. The solemn reception of novices into the Third Order was begun FritUy afternoon and con'iuucd Sunday, it was a surprisine; and still more pleasing result to Father Frey, to see at the fiist instance a number of over sixty pledge themselves with earnestness to that holy order. Sunday aficrnoou Father John Roser erected the League of the Sacred Heart, to which eighty seven were initiated. From Thursday till Sunday the cou- fessionals.four in thronged with rcpentants, and in all masses large numbers approached the Holy Com- munion table. Sunday morning the closing of the forty hours' devotion took place. After the Solemn high mass, procession with the blessed sacrament took place, the children dressed in