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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 15, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1890. NO. ll REP RESENT A Tl VE riUSINESS HOUSES R, OF DUNKIRK UULINO MACHINK lor rillmK all kimu> of blanks U the latest audition the Mechanical of Dunkirk F'rinting Company. 4 LEXAXDKK'S Coal and Wood Yard, I'M A Central Avenue, omionitc Nickel i lot All 01 Jiar.1 anil Bolt (Joal. WTiwfli liumber, ShmnitB anil 1-ftth. Free iehv Correepondenue lor wholesale lutt 1 I. EX. M. MANN, I'ractlcal I'lumlier, Ous A. and Fitter. Special attention rifen to SaniUry 1'luiabiug. KsuniateB given on PlinnbinK. Gas Fitting, Steam Heating ami Hot Air Furnaces. 27 E. Third street. It K. OIKFORU, S23 and 226 Central Ave Artistic. Photographer. Instantaneous of Babies a specially. Bittern wait for sunshine except lor jeed not ual'.es BOOK IltvtNO, 1'rj prictor. No. Its E. Seuond utreet. Uuf fjlo street, N. Y. Mu re rampldetfl, bound in all orders p.omj.ny atuiiiilail to. All work gaaranleed. KCHKK'S CKOCKBItV HOUHI-., 303 Central WnolesuU- mill retail dealer ID Im iorted nnr .t.inL-btic C'hiuh. Ultisriware, II AS. H. HAKHIS, 221 Cential Ave. C> Vj eral Innnrance, Lite, Acc.idunt and Kirc Before travehlig niMllre vour lie in the on relia. lu "TranMeru1." Heal KsUile Loans negotiated on property. UOTKl, Hates, per day. Livory and lioaiding Stable in connection Victor Kitler, and 337 Linn street. U1TY UARIIEH SHOP Chas. Nagle, Prop., Lake Shoio N.itlonal IJnnk, 001 CciiUir and Third streets. A flue slock o and i iuttra. (ONKLIN tHON. ii- center atreet, J'ractical horae-slioeia. Particular altentioi to interfering horses. Shoeing o! roai as tr-ittir.g horses a specialty. O UNKIUK KVtSISO OBSKKVKK. l.arjest Daily in the Comity. A.I niK'iiua'led advertising medium. UUJiKIKK ENGISK12KINO COMPANY Korirorlj Sellew I'miple. jlanulm-lurei-B ol knginus, Holler-, SimuuiK Hangers, ef. fHUtrna, torging- Luaungs, ami Miiclnnc Work loonier. DUSKIKK SIIIUT CO., afl ami il Cenler Mn.mfiictiirei'H ol u and -IninKirk" perlect Illtin Uretss blurts. On salt in -ill leading Iiirniblini .ilOttunfcanildr> gooda li.aii.uil in Inmkllk, Dr. fOOMEV, 4.-H linn i.iiin str-ut, m flour, feed, alt. Iliiie-l ithnl'-d, etc. hBIE HOTKI. iMiiing Duiiot Kun> access to all traini ,ueaB honse.i. lieb't aeconuilodationB nereia! Travelers. Johll j. an'l Ui: [or Una Hl.KKS tl CO.. anil K TIIIM! atrocl. fiue furniture. Cabinet Wire and U rictute Ki-ameo lo order. KOIJ'II, M, hysM'ian anil Surgeon, y'n'M Drug Store. HcBidonce, Central Avnniio. Tcleptioac No. !t. may bu left at I ynn's. PEC1AL ANNOUNCEMENT IAI-KSMK.N Wanted flt once. Loral or Traveling Pay. Steady Work. Slack Quick Selling specialties. Oulltt rfe. Kvpt'rionce UnniM'Ofl.Hary. .JAH.K.WHIT- BY, Nui'Byman, KocliCBttir, N. Y. A O., riilent WiiKhinKloii. I' S. Patent Of- ce. rittents, timl itc [MUCH rinie Muikri All Pat'-nt htminuBB mduo'cil for moderate Keen. I n for million, dvicu and special rt'JcrenocH went on request. MO KXI'KNSKB IN AO- MMF VANCK.allowed eucli montli. Htoidy nplo; int'iit ut or tnivehiiir. No eolirit- ff. nmking c.ollertinriH, o 1'oHtnl QirdB. Ade'reurt willi Btamp. AKKU CO., I iqiia, Ohm. AN INHUMAN BROTHKR. STARTLING REVELATIONS IN SAWTELLE MURDER CASE. FHE wish to em ploy a few ladies on Hillary to take cliui-KU of itiy ut tliuir Klit, very lancinating und heidthfiil. lit per week. frivon. (iiiml pity for arl time. with   IL m yeKtiu-clay in the woods nun- Me. It had Iwen de- capitntiHl and the head hv not yet lieen dis- covered. lien found t.fr iKidy was in-eject- ing T'cim a pnnrly nuulo gi'ave and had a bulletin the heart It was feet uppermost, not three yards from where Officer Shields found the pajier that was wrapped around tlie a.x. The Ixxly wax entirely naked witb the exception of the feet, which harl on a pair of socks Beside it wa.s a lot of clotted blood, where the arms and head had town cut off (llllcer Shields now has in his possession the empti shell from which tho bullet came that killed Hiram Kantolle. The bullet itself also lound, and a ifold collar button, bunt and tuistrd. Isaac Sawtclle was arraigned ycsterdaj charged "itli tho murder of his brother Hiram Hi-, counsel waived the reading of tl.....omj.Liiiit and pleaded not guilty and the case was continued to March li Hawtelle was taken Dover jail, where he will be confined until that date BOSTON'. 1'Vli. finding of the hcxly of Hiram F. Suutellein the woods near banon, Me., shows conclusively that a hor rilile nuiiiler has IKKMI committed, and th hard, outlook for the accused prisoner, Isaac B. Kawtelle. is darKer than ever Ix-t'ore. Yet it is claimed by some that as Isaac undoubtedly had ciinfcdcratcs, and the murder Itwlf may have lieen committed by them, although the prisoner himself may lie morally responsible WAIT FOR F, D, MATTESON cfc OO'S ter by C'apt. White and Ofllcer Olid- (JUV Jen, who had lieen sent from Boston. On j U r' ''1Ul L rUIU.HJ.1 .M.UO. THE DAY IN CONGRESS. WKKK1.Y THADK HKVIKW. TIMP5 4T HMtb Tory Organ Influence Uerllup Ztinzilmr Jeopardized by Ikelmtn tn the on Coercion. chagrin and of The Times at the re- port of the 1'ai nell i-nnunist 1011 on its charges ihe I'urnellit'is is lll-coiirealc'd. Its coiiU'iitiiin ilial the charge-- u ci e m the main rue "though it was imiiosj-ilile for the com- iiissioti to accept certain iili-ncc capable of are not shared by its Tory lo any appreciable extent and the hie of the paper as a Tory weapon against Ho lestroyed. :he way to Rochester Rawtelle refused nake any statement except to say that Hirnm J ILL-CONCEALED CHAGRIN was all right and would turn up at the night Sawtelle ivas arraigned yesterday at Rochester on Ihe charge of murder, and was committed to jail at Dover until March IS, without bail. He passed a restless night, and na-s not as yet tieen tol.l of the discovery of jjs brother's bo.lv, BLOODSTAINS OS SAWTEI.I.K'K Early yesterday morning Officer Shields ent to the station house and ordered Waw- ille to remove his clothing, which were limitcly eiamined. I'lKin the shirt, ilrawei-s and troilM-l-s blood were found, m some instances as large as a silver dollar Thp bore evidence of having been nibbed in n attempt to remove them. A searching party wus then organized and more than 41X1 men were mustered. At Bluis- t.'orners the party divided into squads anil a systematic search 'if the neighborhood for Hiram Hawtelle's body was liegim. Their progress was slow, as in some places the snow was drifted into heaps and the ground end branches ct the saplings were stiff with Irost. In this vicinity hail already been lound a handkerchief marked in the corner with the letter "S'' and bearing blood stains; also a shoe Ix'lieved to have been worn by Hirum, while upon a jagged tree wa.s fntind a piece of cloth of the same material asHiram's i oat anil evidently torn from it. llesides these tell-tale signs, blocd bad been found on the snow, and all these circumstances led the oilicers to believe that in this vicinity the body won til be discovered and I hey were not mistaken. PINDINd THE BODY, Officer Shields and his squad directed their search where the detective on Thursday found the paper in which the axe had Within ten foet of the spot they I ound evidences of the ground having Iweii recently broken, although it wus frozen The ground had been levelled off and branches thrown over the hastily improvised ;rave to conceal it. Clearing the rubbish the searchers liegan their sorrowful task, digging through the crust with a U; pick, made by lastemng a OF DEFEAT. THE taring. U. MATTKSIXI CO., 301 Central Avo., Leaden ul Cushion anil Gentlemen AUKLI. STEAM HEATIJiO CO.. Ukiiulaeiuren of Stcara Heiumg Sanitary Plumbing specialty. I I OMB STEAM our iutcialues: SlnrW. life; iWlliis, ic- iuai   the throne in the rupture of the existing treaties wiih the Cerninn empire. German ofiicials have already intimated t i the Berlin government their belief that the i.i-w ruler sliojld be promptly and distinctly to t'vit no cliungu in the 1 resent relations bclueen Zanzibar and (ior many will pet nn by the latter ami i Lowel siixpieiotis of him she re- they came and as th lower limbs were gradually excised, it wa-s seen that the body wa.s inclined Ihe upper portion being about sixteen inches under ground. When the tiody had lieen exposed the partA were horrified to lind that both arms were cut on" at the shoulders and that thehejld was missing. The head had been removed bytwf blows with an us. The ax had ml down into t he body in u V There were stockings on the feet, but the remainder of the body was naked. A bullet wound was found through the heart, anil tie-side the body wasa mass ol clotted blood. The bullet was found, and Ulllc.-i Shields has in his possession the empty shell from which it came. The body was taken from the ground with much diffi- culty, mid after th" oilier members of the searching h ul l-eeu notified of the dis- covcry ('apt. took ohal'geof iindor.il nd it i.-moved to (he Cor- m-r school house, three miles nearer Ka.st Rochester. The coroner of York county will visit the --cue of the inlirdi-i-to and ln-gm an in- vestigation. The li.'iid is believed lo U' whciv in the woods and the ofllrers are collfl- dent of Uniting il soon. The belief grows stronger that Ilirnm was given to understand that he was being driven lo see his sick daughter, and when the houses ere passed Isaac deliberately shot him through the When their team passed through East Koeln-stcr it was noticed that one man lay iii tl'.ecMi'i-i.-.' as tliongli sick or sleep- Tin- b.-licl i, th.it Ihc bidy wai, placed will be. lost in conveying to his dusky sly. mil's rescripts have been the orksbops of I'nissiau d throughout Saxony and red hroadcast m other parts of file ern- The Prussian government has completed ar- rangements to construct a new harbor at I 'mmerlol. The mayor of Oldenburg has been ar- rcstid for fraudulent practices in his ofllcia; capacity IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. ".If. rarnell the Irish I'olley o All-. IliiKimr. Feb. l.'i. Ihe house ol' com i-ion.s la.st Mr. 1'ariiell mquirid wl net ion flie govciTiini'iit prnjio id In the report ot tin-special The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! B MUBEN SON, Kire Life, J Aci-nlenlamlGuueral Dual- Jr. in Konl Estate and Luaim. rar.iculai I'tention imiiltoiliccireol m-opi-rt> eolleot- I ug rents Ac. Oeutcr at-.4iul lloor. ISOK'S PHARMACY, .100 tlciitral Avenue lor Wall 1'apor Paii.u, oils. Ever brought into City. this A luecuilv a-irn T. W. Murray, Ali I, ion streeu made ot Sanitary Pkm KitUnis. Workiannnhir 17 fc-idl Third Ettreel. monable Tadur, Genllenieu will Oiulitto llieir advantage ui call on niebeloru pureliasma e'sewhei-e.__________________ B. CAKV CO., Ii.i.1 Lion street leneral Hanlware.tthitc Ixjud.uiln.l'ainter'e Clolhs, UraL te Wure. A special such Iwlgors, :incl a.l kimlsol blanks ilone at Dunkirk I'riniinjt Company, S anil 10 K. Sccoml >L WAIT! ITew Barter Shop. it. A. BUUIJKIT. formerly in Wheeler's Imr has OIIPIHK! the biirhcr-slmii in th Ktiu Motel. He has livery facility tor goo wirk, anil c-istoraers will llnil it a tu KI> for shaving and hair iM.ttniK. MOLUENHAW Ell, "Marble, KbiggW and Buildinp Stone. Call on me before baying your side-walk._________________ RIS1-EV Ea.. Fron, street Whisky, Wines, Brnnilics. Geteral family Use. Or tiie Liquor Habit, Positively Cured ADMINISTIima OR. HAKES' 081DIK SHCIFIB. It can be given In a cup of coffee or tea, or In ar "Jcles ot food, without the knowledge of tho per- son taking It; It Is absolutely harmless and will cdect a permanent ami epoetly cure, whethei the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT NEVER FAILS. We GUARANTEE a complete cure lu every instance. 48 page DOOJl FREE, AddreiHin confidence, FOLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. 105 Rac? 51.. Clnclnrull.O. T> M', Sale feed anil l.ifery Stablp. W or week on reasonable Stabling termfi. fused. On Saturday, Feb. 1. Isaac came into the house and told Mrs. Sawtelle that her husband had given him [tei-mission to take the little girl to Lowell, and the mother finally allowed her to go witb him. When the at her came home at night lie denied having his on-ent to (be girl's going. From Isaac and the little girl went to well, there until Monday, when hev went to l-li.Chester, N. H. While at the ittcr place, the little girl claims, her uncle .ttfinptcd to poison her with mtxlit-ine and illls, but the only effect wus to make her ick. Then Isaac telegraphed to Hiram that he girl was ill with the grip and to come at >nce. This was Feb. 4. The next inorning a r.d telt-Kram came to the mother, urging icr !o come to Kocbostcr, the inference being hat had she responded in person she too would have been dlsposis-l of. ACCrSEU OF Sll'li It -was dually settled that Hiram should go .lone, anil lio it It Hostnii Wednesday, Feb. 5, nt 1 p. m. From tins moment his are shrouded in mystery, He was never seen alive again by his friends. The following lay, l-'eb. li, Isaac and the little girl arrived mine, inn! the former denied having seen Ilirnni ut nil. Mrs. Suwtclle was s-uspieiouR il foul piny and accused Isaac of putting his in-other out of the way, which he strenuously denied. Isnne remained in this city until the lowing Sunday, when he disapiieared. Minim's ubsciice was reported to the police on Saturday mid on Monday, Fob. Sjiecial Ollieer Khu-lo.s started for Rochester while search was also begun in this city WHAT TIIK POI.ICK DlsCflvtllKD. From Ihe investigation made by the police, it is leai-md that on Wednesday, Feb. 5, Isaac Sawtelle hired a learn at a Ilochester livery stable and met a man at (Hiram no doubt) with whom he drove away. he returned alone with the team. It is believed by some that he de- livered Hiram into the keeping of his confed- erates at this time. Later in the afternoon he purchased a hatchet, pick-axe and spade at a hardware store, also a canvass bag in which lo carry them. Then again hiring the team, he drove off in the direction taken in the mornmtr. not returning until !l o'clock at night. To inquiries as to the purchase of a spade bo replied that he intended to pim-hn a farm in the vicinity and wished to test tin soil. It seems that on his departure from Bostoi the second time, Feb. 0, he again went to Rochester, here on Monday he bought two tickets tor Portland. His companion ma> have gone there directly, but Sawtelle dii not, although he reached there in the even in ICendall's va -ant house, ami lhat on Mon- day morning, lu b. Isaac removed it to where it was found and returned to Roches- ter with his team, and that later in the day be walked to the scene from East Rochester, di.sincinb'Tcd the bo.ly, buried tee trunk, and carried off the rest of it then walkcif lo East Ijcbanon depot and took the cars Port- land where lie went directly to Ins hotel. Isifcic Suwtcdle wa.s visited in juil last hy (mlc, the well-known cniniiinl lawyer of Bffcton, w l-o w ill delend him. By his instruction the prisoner thus far ab- solutely refused to sav anything regarding thBori'nc. He is ol, guarded in his cell nnd H close watch w ill be kept upon him while he is in confinement. Regarding his confederates there has lieen nothing ascertained At least nolhing has lieen iiiaiU- public. There is great excitement there over the finding ol the body, and search for the miss- ing portions, -.Mil be vigorously prosecuted Mr. U'. II Smith replied that the repor bad ouh lii-eu Thursday evening ail' (he eminent had not yet had time to de- cide on a i-onrse of action. Mr. I'iirncll moved nn amendment to the address in n-plv to Hie queen's sjxHH-h that the coercion act repealed, in support of his i lotion Mr. 1'ni-nell attacked the govern- 1'icnt's ]M'i'sistciit persecution of the Irish. Almost every act of Mr. Hall'our, he said, appeared to be directed to (lie end of drh ing the people to the commission of crime. While many of the actions of Karl viceroy of Ireland, were faulty, the 1-iw under his aduiinistrati n was directed against active crime and secret oonspiracy. In the case of .Mr. Hall'our it wits directed against the to combine, the freedom of ihe iiress and the liberty of speech. While there had lioen much unjust und criminal boycotting in I SHU, 'SI and 'W, the action of proposed code  hovv gams of per cent, al Boston, Phila delphia and Chicago, and I'J per cent, ove last year at all other cities outside of New York. THK IllON MAIIKKT STKADV. There is still no really adverse change in i iron business, and lin4 weekly output of I-'. I) I was Ions against .iKls.lan. I, a gain of lli.li cent, over the output of a year ago. The demand for dins not yet indicate a proliable advance m price, and at Pit tshurg Bessemer is a little nker, lull other iron ralher st rongor lio- ERIK STOKK FOR 189O. 'cry Choice ud in Elegant Assortment. Nobody ni-etl In- tlissippoint- although some are tlu-y tlon't receive a Valentine, even it be only a comic. DON'T let thin terrible Htrain the affeotioiiate in wages ol coke workers. This, wifh a ro- liictinii ol in frcighl-s, a ditVereuce in t'nvoi oi sonlhern and against western producers, but (here are now reports of a probable strike m Ihe Alabama coke works. At Philadelphia rails are steady, but not st rouger, re-sales of large loU taken for sjieculal ion al and having caused weakness. Tli.-ii- is no 'snap' in the demand for bar, and Ihe market for plates IK dull and disappoint ing, with no great activity in structural iron, nails dull, and oltl rails lower. niituls of your OKAH fru-iuiH. Scud them n Valentine of Home kind. We've put tlie priee down all can In- remem- bered. We're and what you cannot find here won't lie worth looking for elsewhere. (Jems of love, and Lace Valentines, Cupid Dart Lace Valentines. Im- proved line of LaceValeiitines, Love's Arrows Valentines, Novelty Valentines, Sachet Valentines, Comic Valentines, Elite Card Comics, Trade Comics, Portrait Coniies.Sharp Darts, llit-'em hard Vale.n- i tines, Kault Finders, Long l is I-. and Ihi' I'i'liniiiry lun- .M n-.l. u-i.il li> iinnvlili-iil to IXI.ull'.l. tin- onlput iii.liiiiuiii-y liiiiiiinliwii Ions thni nl last yciu- Valcn- JlHSOJ't- out i memoe whole, clause motion the hou s a (juoriim m lie also oll'crcd ai l' rule which provided or propositions, originating or senate, involving a tax n-Ill iliii of iMiilcut t I.K..! I hat UK) the the "all either REID. J. W., Center street. in Musical Instruments and Sewing Machines. Wo make a specialty oj nrst oias., Sakes ol Pianos ami Fan-ami Vutey Organa. J. GITFOKD, 301 Centrlll ATO. (Up General Insuraneo and Ueal Estate MenL KiW. LiJe, Accident, and UTO Stock ffsrarine. Prompt uttentioi. tn an la buying and selling Keal Bstate. cor. Deer. Meat Market. Fresh. Salt and Oyster, and C. 0. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER IMPORTER, MAIN ST., BUFFALO, N. Y. DEALEH IN Poultry- Silverware, Leather Uooila, Kto. KXORA nxa, GOLD .j- SIL VER PLA TINO nrATCHXS. JBWKUBli, W W M. MOCKER, Marohftnk Tailor. 916 Central Avenue A COMPLETE LISE OF HOLIDAY GOODS 304 MAIN STREET, Opposite Iroqooie Hotel ing, where he registered at the Kalmouth house as J. bridge, Dover. He was assignee a room and was not again seen for two days On Wednesday a stranger called at the and inquired tor some one whose name th clerk not recollect. Looking at the reg ister the stranger ran down the names unti he came to tUat of J. Bridge, Dover, whenh exclaimed, ''That's the man I an started off. No good description of this ma can be given, although the best obtaiiiabl partially agrees with that of one "Dr. Charles" T. Blood of Boston, JJ fellow-eonvic of Sawtelle's, and with whom Sawtelle ha been moiv or less intimate since his release Blood is missing from Boston at present. IDENTIFIED BY A NEWSPAPER Cl'T. Ou Wednesday evening the clerk of th hotel recognized "Bridge" as Sawtelle froi the photograph in an evening paper, and o Thursday caused his arrest. Sawtelle ad mitted his identity and was taken to Rochi A DISPATCHER'S ERROR. MiTC'HRi.T., Ind.. i'Vb 'ew All'-any and Chic ero. mi J. .f thf >as ,1 lid Ch.ii-1. nd.. t ime. the IJeatt) of Three Men and jury ol Others. northbrmnd in nn the railroad collided L freight engine two north of W. 11. Jlillanl of tile, ejuim-cr, oi1 tiMin. wei" instantly killed, :hi, a4i-m ol Orleans, is falaHv in ''ircil ;md difd in ;i 'hoi't 'lii- in.jiuvd were: U'. H. Own, I, M. Smith, Umi ville, hoad hmllv nut; ihu Bills, cundncfi- tlie train. alp wound; -----Moi ton. mail scalp vound; F. E. Li. Ind., head rnised and rut; II. T. llwusley, ud drummer for th.1 i'uit-ed Ltalos onipunv 01 Indi.i.i.tpolis-, leg und arn A few othci1 were Unit, but not seriously, Thu wiev'k was caused by wrung orders from thj train dispatcher, who nr leretl the n snutb on lite timu u the traiii. Vhe 111 jurtH.1 ut-re broughL the Natioimlisth has since been t imsUmtLy iiKidificd und nioderated in of tho cfi'oilsoi' tiie legislature to ]nxss mensures of amelioratiiin Mi. liaitour, he said, could not plead the revival of crime. The people were quiescent nd in nvprctat ion of their .I'-j.rd lor v p.- iv! >riii ions and often old women ami little Ini 1) en. Tin-' action of govpT-umi-'nt teinlwl to- its own deffitl. It could not turn the ide of h-'sb In spite of of Mr. Halfmirs policy the Na- ionnlisN hud not swervctl Irom pacific ineth- ids to at'-iiii (heir amis. Sir Hi. hMnMVeltsUT ttnmlwl Mr. Paniell with having made accusations ugainst Mr. Halt'our without adducing ovidencp to -npport HHMII. calling; the adminis- trat imi U> ru'i'ounl tor tlio future Mr. Pnriiell nid must- bear in mind that they could not disprove the figures showing 'hat crime in Ireland has been de-creased and repressed. A I'roi iUt wreck nid c Mnnon uth-b'MUid v. u' of the niilroad sjiy o main line of tho 'lii  originate c The speaker, OH clmn i on rules, stutA-d that Hi lion on the purl of Die Mr t'minmv cimrge of Uu> ccidc) iditumt and it w tlm of the ie bills. in of the eoinniitioe c wus no such inten- ntiinittop, and at hi.s Illinois (who has I to the miter adopted. "The textdc indm fill aspect. With mand ior co incn-asvd th -ir lalii .Inn 1, so thai, Hi i hat of Hie last crop i pr steady and strong de- Inn inannfacUirerH gf ton largely since now i vear to dale. There IH 11 iK'ttei' demand for Ihoijpji niaiiiifactui'Mi'n pur-ne a Ix-tter lit I'liiln- pounds nl Mostxm iiiiK in d clphiit iind or th" wi'u vithiHit iiirtlief tine Fin incut (toldcii (fcnusVu VuliMitiiu'H with I'hoici oflVivd. Don1! fail KRIK STORK. Mr. Oullnvaitc.s niiiRinhmvit iflutive tn it  has ln-cii of un tilde lo o] cariii-rs. Tin; [jjluss i-, fit-inly ni'tiiil.i] r nl liiwlon IR and 1'hilndol- in'rally arc si rung. new for i-ully 1 trades to de- j .Moment May 1, ft consider f n prolonged cnn- ;it new ImiMiiiK nt njin-'-.'dcntcd inaKiit- the wage 'idvfinrf in window 'd, tin- Ijranch'-w KI'KCI'I.ATIVIC MAHKKTM. n't-iilat iniii-lu'ln liave tint t upward ilurinj; the prmt An Ii'.ft'iu'tli n (iranti-rt. NRW VdriK, l-'i-b. orudge in the Unit-'d circ-.'iil court, a temporary i'ljuiK'lion restraining !h? cot toil oil trust from ('f or in nny iviy in- terfering witb th in and to cause on Feb. W the in- junction should not be nm-lp inanetit. The injunction is based on an affidavit by William Wail, rvpn'seiiliup a large of wiio aval's thnt the nmiuigers of the tnist havo caused the certificates to be transf'eri'od from the stock exchange lists and ore about to re-nrgantw the trust on L basis whi'-h would 'f loss to the on tljfi Stand. LADKr.i'MA, Feb. -darrett Murray fTJiin on stand in the tntir- Lu C uinden >i'sli'rila.y and denied Idauk tiiat he knew many ol those pros- ii't brought he to testify as to A number of fanners and from 'Maware Maryland went on the stuiul and swore that ic-putatifjii for truth ami honesty was bad. Oilier ho had known Le Coney fur many yeai.s ;L'. titled to iiis beinpja very ful man aud that lie exhibited heartfelt grief over the murder of Annie. Adjourned. i evory Hcpublicfin roqm-st dm iwh treMiiit from the Uic on the until end. 'Hit; b furl her discussion with re- jected -yca.s, na.> 1-Vi. Mr. movixl to strike out i-lnuse that no ihlatciry mot ion-. !-liall he cntortiiiiu-fi 111'1 txto. was ycas, 111; mi vs. Mr l.aiilor of Illinois ofrercd an ainond- iiicn' idiup; thut shall speak Mioi-i- ilian upon any subject un- til all in.mibeiN who u ish lonpcak have IK-CJI heard. A! o'clock the .shaker staled that the pivt question was ordered on 1 ion ol I lie ruU's-. TliH douse then ndjoiirned. IN THK SKNATK. U'ASIIIM.TON, Among the hills reported from comniilti'os and the UMC to translVr tho rov- t'nti" iimrino esUililishment. The .senate pnx-ecdcd to tlie coiiwideration of bills OH (he calendar. Among the billhjinssfil WIM-P the following: House bill for the irlicf of sntTcrcrs by thf of the United Slates steamersTtvnloii nd Vmi'laha, and Ui" si rundiiiK -Vip- sic at Samoa. incri-HM- th- endowment of Ihe Louisiana -tate -ity object (d to un week, In wheat, heU here, and m corn, mm REGULAR PRICE BUSINESS SUITS 1 ANCfUPWARD. OVERCOATS AT 20 PER CENT. REDUCTION. TROUSERS l HEAVYW EIGHT. 75. nd UPWARD. dor c his rharacie pearh fr Mrs. Skully Fimnd Guilty. UTICA, N. Y., Feb. Skully, in- dicted on a charge of murder in causing the death of her father, William tteinbtirt, and who has been on trial at was found not guilty, the jury being' nut but half an hour. Her husband, who was jointly in- dicted with bur, was discharged fi-om cus- tody upon giving a proper UALTIMOHE, Fpb. the rnilod States court yesterday the cases of the twenty-live negroes indicted for rioting on the i-Jaiid of Navassa were '-oiifludtHl Twenty-three of tho men convicted and two acquitted. The two acquitted are John Ross and George Peterson. Sentence was deferred. To Mrs. Rlntne'M Benefit. NEW YORK, Feb. sale of boxes and seats for the performance at the Broad- way theatre for the benefit of Mrs. James G. Blttine, Jr., took place yesterday and realized 13.500. he p-nuiid tlml Mr. (libwn limeii'lnu'iil ivtn Mil uas pa'-scd, .1 pin 'Is ;'l: M r. Infills "Ji an tins objection nnd the 'he rliife siiliini se aK th" hill pn.vi ivtarv ol uith a I, ill during trusts n-.l hilt laid nnd ;iM the senate adjourned n lo to invite natkniK arbitration wan t; for an assisljuit rv of The -.la.Mnl ri- a sii'M't six-ret session itil Moi.dny. >n 111 In ill IO'IH Con !1 riu WASinst.TON', I." Kontitc in se- r-ret hossion yestcrtlay c iiilii'incd Un; follo'.v- ing nninintitioiin Smith, tnin- .J. I'Vnn.-r of legation nt Kio J-inn-o; Irvin, marshal for anil u number of ren- sus supervisors HIM! nrmy otlh-ers (promoted.) Two PersmiK Drowned. NEW YORK, I-Vb. stxsainer City of New York of thft line, run down (ind sunk the canal C'uhill. onp- tuin oi the boat and his wife have not been seen since tbe accident and prob- ably drown it with null's of Inislu'ls, iiuWlinp of llnj current, price t'vt-n ul, the wulxiard only Outs arc ure %c. lower JUKI )HH K pioilncLs an is oil willi Miiull IrmiMic'tJOIIM. The in foKaii Iwcii pnorinoiih, snlcs rearhirifj; (or the vtfck.m t! humid vii nfpof slt'mlv with nunlerate I ut n "iilli lower, mid wiles 11 ccnus In-low tlie trust i'lniliMiie tn tlie refined, though Ihe stm-k ImslifM-n ndvajni-d. i.xif uh'-Ml iiinl (ionr Jmve {fillen nincli ilid-c ol Ihc smne linn- lust year, u In'Ie corn condniie 'J'he strength of roHon is purtK due to n govern- ment repoit. which is ith nnlicut- onlv iilwint hulcs. level ol pi icc.n, nut ithsLiindtng in in niton! one-half ttf 1 higher. AN' IIH'M'K OK KI VA N'CIA I, SDt'XDKKHH. "II i.s by ail as evjilenee of flnatl- health and that the rocent Hosing of three hanks in this <-i1y, which have hinep pi'oilnced scarcely a pic of disln, baii'-e. Hut prices in (lie market liavi- Id-en lower, .V) eentn per .share Itelmv llmw in "pitu of retiiarKaiily HeeoiinN nf carii- Thf inui'kel lur. givat iliiliiesh, anrl little r-h in now p.'nerally exix'ctfd nnt il 1hu inonetai'y future IKLS lieeome more clejir. 1 iH.st week t he 1 rojisiiry iwke.n in more lhan it ban paid (tnl, and winlf ilh fJislnnxementw for pensicms ai-e expo-ted to large, furtljur pin'chrwh of bonils in ftriH'Wit are iifit IF no furthi r s-nuplien of money lelurii I'rojii the inlenor. u clwr market will naturalK if Mil I April 1. of for half of February have fully up to tiioso of year, !mt, fmrri lime wiine cif over in proljablf. "The bushier failures during the days numbei' for the Htattst JJ40, for Canada .'KW, HH compared with ".21 last and I'.ll thti to last. For tlie woek Ififft year the ftgureh were E. A. SALYER, 2XIC CENTKAL AVRNirK. LADIES! ll'ynii want an easy and coinforl- nblo slior, with a hoavy solo. one that will Snyn She Wiu lleckivlth'ii BOSTON, Feb. Providence special says that Mariu Sherman, the Amos E. Bfickwith, presiilent of the Dycrvillr- c'onifxiny, unnfnuicfKl that she with'K wife anil thtit will claim her rights iii tbf estate. The affair causes a sensation. keep your feet dry and warm, get a pair D. Armstrong 'o's Hand Welt, I'ommon I e slioen. They will please you. SULLIVAN SON, 218 Centre Street. For Finest Wall Paper call at Monroe's. EWSFAFERI iWSPAPERI   

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