Dunkirk Evening Observer, February 15, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

February 15, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - February 15, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK, N. Y , SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15, ta.**. NO. ll Ii EP H ES EN TA TI VE & USINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK \NK.W RU Ll NU MACH INK for ruling all kin<u of blank* ii the latent a<nlllion t* the Mechanical I apartment of Dunkirk Printing Company. A Central Avenue, opiMwote Nickel Plate J ,<o\ All gra<iea of liar*! ami Soft Coal, Win Al Lumber. Shingle* anil Lath. Free leliv    Correspon’lenoe    for    wholesale    Iou eilidlel. CKX. M. MANN, Pm.Ural Plum lier, Ca* amt steam Pitter. Special attention hall mate* given [•aw Heating am! Thin! street. ^    las**    •    n    vs    «»*•    * nwi.    *.j| given to Sanitary Plumbing on Plumbing, Urn* Kitting, stei Hot Air Furnaces, ti fc. Thin I* K. (UFFORD, SH and 05 Central Are. >. Artist.!** Photographer. Instantaneous t'bcU>iirraphfe of aetat not wait uuii.es Babies a specially. bitten* for sunshine except for IkttOK BINDERY —J AM KH IRVIN.*, Pro- I 9 pro-t«>r, No. IH K. Second street, near liut-talo stoat. Dunkirk, N. T. Magazines, Mu* s c. Pamphlets, ePi., Ism.et rn all styles, orders p inaptly attended to. All work guaranteed. i tt IU Ii LICH ll tot It CHV HOUKE, I )    .KS    <    en    Ira    I    \    venue Vt hole^iUc sud retail dealer in ll .•mealie China. Glassware, A< . airted and ll VS. II. HARRIN, ti I Centi al Ave. Oen-V./ eral Insuranra, Life, Accident and Kin* ti< ft*r*‘ traveling insure your lie in tile old relut. Ie •‘Travelers’.” Beat L-Ute Ageul, Loans negotiate I ou p~opertV. c 1HAUTAU«J1 A MOTK1, j    Kates, $1 |*er day. Livory and Braiding Stable iii eonnration. Victor Hider, 3.VS and >37 Lion street. t HTY HA Illicit MUOI* \i    t    has.    Nagle,    Prop., Coder Lake Shore National Hunk, cornel Center aiel Thin! streets. A flue stock of Korc'gn and Domestic t igars. CHINKLIN St KDN. /    Center    street, Practical lutrse-sh.sus. Particular attention ply.* to interfering horses. Shoeing of road * trotting horses s specialty. NKI UK LY IIM NCI OHsLKVF.lt. Largest Daily in the Conuty. A.i unequaled advertising medium. UN KIRK ENGIX ELKING COMPANY. Kortrerlv he I lew A Popple. Manufacturers of engines, Hollers, Pulleys, ^bailing Hangers, et*'. Patterns, !• urgings, t asWtigs, and Machine VV ork lo oruer. I .UN Kl HK SHIRT CO., #11, and Ail / Center strn-i, Manufacturers ol the •Cromwell" and •'Dunkirk" perfect - tilting Dress shirts, on sale in ail leading furnishing, oloUung and dry g.ssls houses in Dunkirk. I)1 D PIMIFKHHION AL. IL T. KOI.PH, M. I)., Physician and burgeon. Office over by a’* Drug blore. ltestdenee, f Antral Avenue Telephone No. S. < alls may lie left at I yon’s. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ^».%LKbMKN W'snUsl at ones. Local or 3 Traveling Big Par. "tea* Iv Work. block Warranted, (^uick belling Hpccialtics. Oiilflt I re*- K.\|»eru*nce Unnecessary. J AH. K. WMIT-NBV, Nursymnn, lt*xhester, N. Y. ^TODDAKT A i O., PaU'iit Att*»rneys, 615 7th ^ bt., Washington, D ( .opp I b Patent Office Pat** i Is. Caveats and K** Issues seen re-1 Trade Malks registered All PaU-nt business conducts! for imslerate Fees. Information. Advice and *|»ecial references sent on request. sr>o HALA HY. lei EXPENSES IN AIV V A NCL, allowed each month, Steady employment at home or travelmir. No soli* li-i ng Duties deli vering and making collection*. No Postal Cards Address with stamp. II Al KH A CO-, I i<pia, ilium I wish to employ a few ladies on salary lo take charge of my business at their homes. Light, very fascu.ating and healthful VV age* HU |»er week. Reference given, toss! pay for parttime. Address with st < rn p. Mum. Marion Walker, Louisville Ky. Sci I. A MONTH can be made working for us. Persona preferred who can furnish a horse ais! give their whole dme to the busto, ss. Spare moment* may Ire profitably employed also. A few vacancies in town* and cities It. F. JOHNSON A CO., rom* Main Sh. Richmond, Va. For Kent or nm|»». House corner Scorn! aud Dove streets. Newly flite*! up ami in flue condition Will cell on easy term Enquire at the office of Martin Hester Co. ThevATormon Elders* Book ■ on 6-X -i strength, mulled firm to married men, *JrT\s VB- Crunch, tm Grand BL. Few forte SPRING I SJM I WAIT FOR t I i D. MATTESON cfc CO’B I . F. TOO VI LY, I } .    bd ami tart trealer in Flour,Feed, glia tea, etc. Kelahlishc Lion st* . cl. alt. Bale-! Hay, Pints d. i877. I KIE HOTEL ami tuning babion. Union Uj Demit, Easy access to all trains aud bus* mess house*. Best accommodation* tor Com-iiui-c in I Travelers. John J. Murphy, Prop. Hi.Fits A CO., >J7 and VIM K Third street Line Furniture, cab*net VV are aud nota tiering. Up- Picture Frames made to or*ler. K.1 D. MATTESON A CO., ail Central Are . • bilders of Fashion and Gentlemen Outfitter*. ii AKKLI. STEAM HEATING CO.. Un nu lac lurers of Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. i | OME STEAM LAUN DHY. Our specialties:    Fine    Shirts,    10c; Coliais, ic; Cufl *. hv, and IJM* Curtnin*. I rec Delivery. A VV. camming*. #u7 Center street KEM. loth. ll.1 IL OEHM. K. Third st., *x»r. of Bul!alo Manufacturer and dealer in Fine thstls A bb.tea U EN KY VA III LEK S NEVA STOKE, PH K. Thin! st. K*x»ka.Stationery, Musical ln-.iruincuU.Magaiine«.Daily audd,wkly Paper* ami every thug pertaining Lim first class b*s»k a tor.), bello**. Hooka a «|K*cialtj. Jolt PRINTING of every deecripUonand at lowest living rates by Dunkuk Printing Company, 8 aud ie K. Second SL, JH. VAN BUREN A HON, Fire Life, Accident and General Insiirae;* Dealers in Heal Estate and lxsvns. Par. leu Im attention paul to the oar* of projwrt} collect I tig rents Ac. 2P» Center sL, 2nd ll*s»r. SI (F^ RAIL’S PII ARM ACY, SUP t en ira t Avenue itcadquartera lor Wall Palier Paints. Otto, Ac. I VB.RK1N8, J. W., I    MI ceuler street, U, aulae Direr and dealer in Harness, bad.lies, I * lie* ( ollar*, i’rnnks.VV h p*. Buffalo Kola**, Hues* Gov. rs. Ulovo*,Milteiis and Sleigh Kol*es. A. full line ot all the latest novelties in Spring Suitings! The Largest and Cheapest Line of TROUSERINGS! Ever brought City. into this WAIT! ti CHIONG. T. VV. Murray, th Lion street A specially made of Sanitary Plumbing, u-sm and Gas steed Fitting Workmanship irua^- I*. HCM* Il.T EH, 17 East Third sired. F. .niouai.'c I hi* *r. Gentlemen w..i A ad -t b their advantage to call on me l*efore pun hasina far whom    __ iv B. CAK! A<*» t    ;t«t    Lion    street General Hardware, W Iou- I a ad.Oils,Painter s buppl.es, vol Cloths, (ira I. Ie Ware. A special t •oi biter vc ti. VV illinois Pa “(and VI. mntc rangy'. ich as blank-book*, ledgers, and II CLING, C a I kiudsol blanks done at Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO E. Second bt. UDO LPH MOLDEN HAU EK. Cor. Third an*! Buffalo Sts., n Granite, Marble, I lagging AN INHUMAN BROTH KR. startling revelations in the SAWTELLE MURDER CASE. Hiram kawtelle’s Body Found, AA lilt lbs Hen*! and Arms Missing — His Brother Isaac Arrested for Fratricide, and Confined In iSosr .fail—Terrible I*etnils of the Revolting Crime. Kaht ILm'IIKstek, N. H., Feb. 14.-The body *.f ll i rain Saw telle, who is su pp wed to have !s-e’i iiiur«Jere*i by his brother I*»c, wa^ found at 1:1ft p. in ywdenbiy in the w*hi*U in-nr I>e!siii*»n. Me. it ha*! Ia?en de-cgpitabal mid the h*<nd hw not yet lieen dhe cover.-d W lien ftaind tfir U*iy was pr*»je*-t-ing from a js«*rly nunle grave an*! had a bulletin the hmrt It was feet uppermost, not three yards from where < ifthcr Shield* found tin* |»H|>er that was wrap|*e*l around tile ax The laxly was antiivly naked with the excel thai of the feat, which had Ona {stir of sis-ks. B***id** it was a lot of chitted bbs al. wls-re th*- arms ami bead hod ls*en cut off Officer Hhiekls now has in his jsseeNsnm the empty shell from which the bullet came that kill'd IliiMtii Nawtelle. Tile I »u I let itself was also found, and a g'dd c**Uar butUui. bent ami t w isled. isaac Haw telle wa* arraigned yesteniay charged with tin* inunler of his l>r*tther Hiram. Hi* c*hiiis*-I waived the reading of the complaint an*! pleadeil not guilty aud the ca.M- was <s»nUnued to March Pi. Sawtelle was tak-ii to Dovrer jail. wlieiv he will lie confined until that «late. Boston, Feb. l.r».—The finding of the b**ly of Hiram F. Sawtelle in the w«ssis mw licitation. Me., hIiowh conclusively that a horrible murder ha* l**eu committed, and the • Hitl**ok f**r the hioi-c*! prisoner, Isaac B. Kaw t*‘lle. is darker than ever liefore. Yet it is claimed by smp that as Isaa*' iin*l«>ubtedly ha*! confederates, an*! the murder itself may have I ss *n (x*tnniitt«d by them, althtuigh the prisoner himself may Is- moraiJy rusjM*u.Hibl« for it. The ca*e is tai*- of the most interesting In the criminal history «»f New F'ngland ami although it has a|*paraptly lsv-n Arouiled in mystery fr**ni the liegintiing, the work <»f the detectives has Ix-eii so thorough that a com-plete chain of evidence against the prisoner, from the time of hi* leaving his brother Hiram's house until the finding of the latter’* Im sly, is lai*l Imre ami show s an little attempt ter by (apt White arid Sjssial Officer Glid- CKMIMI KORK'lflN \K\VS den. who had ls)eii sent from H*M*ton. tin    ’    ‘ THE DAY IN CONGRESS. WKKKI.Y TR ADU Ii KY I EW. on Isaac'* {tart to cover his tracks that it ws-iiis strange that any one oui Id have been j tin- ls*dy iii a V shammy st ili««d as to his intentions or actions. HARI* rue LINO HKTWEKN TMK BR* ITH KRS In iGvniUr last Isaac B. Sawtelle wan 1 pardon**! from the state prisim, where he ha*I ] aervtbi a long sentence <hi three indictment* • f«»r ra|«e. Since that time he lias Ixartlsd with his brother Hiram in Rex fairy. Hiram ' kept a fruit store on Washington street. ! which, together with his rwidwxv, had lieen ! owned bv llw-ir father, and was held in their i the way to Rochester Sawtelle refuse*! to make any statement except to say that Hiram was all right and w«*uld turn up at the uight time Sawtelle was arraign*?*! yesterday at Rochester on the charge *>f murder, and wax committed to jail at Dover until March 1^, without tiaiL He passed a restless night, ami has n«it as yet le u told of the discovery of I his brother's ho>iv. BLOODSTAINS ON HAW>T*LI.IC'K CLOTHING. Early yesterday morning Officer Shields went to the station house and ordered Saw-telk* to remove his clothing, w’hich were minutely examined. Upon the shirt, drawers ami trousers Iii*ss! sjmiD. were found, in some instances as large a* a silver dollar The sp *ts !»ore evidence of having lieen i-ob)ie*i in an attemjit t*> remove them A searching J mu Ty was then organized ami more than 44M) men were muckered. At Blais-deli t’orner* the [tarty divide*! int*) squads ami a systematic s*-ar* ii J the neigh tx.rho*Ml for Hiram Sawteiles Ixxiy was liegun. Their progress wa* slow, a* in some plai-es the ►m>w was drift**l int*) tieaps and the ground end branches cf the saplings were stiff with frost. In this vicinity had already been bauld a handkerchief marked iii the comer wit Ii ttie letter “8” aiel tearing bhxxl stains; also a shoe believed to have t»een worn by Hiram, while ujmwi a jagged tree was found a piece of cloth of the sam** material as Hiram's «oat an*I evidently torn from it Besides these tell tale signs, blood had lieen found on the snow, alo! all these circut 11 stall*-«s Ie*! the off!cam to believe that iii this vicinity the Ixxiy would Im- discovered ami they were not mistaken. FINDING TKF BODY. <>fti«**r Shields ami his squad directed their search where th** detective on Thursday bauld the jiajier in which the axe hail lieen wrapt ie*!. Within ten feet of the sjxit they found evidences of the ground having l*een ivs'cntly broken, although it was frozen I la iii. The ground had !x*en level led off and I tranches thrown over the hastily improviaed grave to ■-on*-caI it. (Tearing the rubtiish sway, the sear*‘hei*s lx*gan task. *ligging through tis* fr<izen crust with a rude pick, made by fastening a jackknife to the end of a I*mg jxile. Before they had dug three inches Ixdow- the surfa**? they came it|x>n the Dies of the victim, and as the lower limits were gradually exjx)Mi*l. it was peen that the lx<ly was inclined do wm wan I, the ujifier jxirti'Ui lx»ing about sixb-en im-hes limier ground. When the body had l>een exjxwedthe J tarty were horrifleil to find that lx>th arms were int off at th*- sh* Hi I* tem aud that the head was missing. The b--ad hn*l b*-eii renaive*! by tw o blows w ith an ax. The ax had cut down into Them were st*Makings on the feet, but the remaimler of the body was nak«*i. A bullet wound mm f*win«l j through the heart, ami tx-sule the Ixxiy was a ; mass of clotted bhxxl. The bullet was found, I and Officer Shields has in his jxMscsvion the empty -hell from which it came. The Ixxiy was taken from the ground with much dirt!- : culty. ami atter th** *»th«'r member* of the searching |n;;iy hail t*en notified of the dis- I i-overy (’apt. bde t*x»k charge of thecorpee | The New ill-concealed TIMES AT CHAGRIN OF ITS DEFEAT. THE New Barter Shop. ll, A. Ill' It HF. I*, formerly in Wheeler’* tiar-Iwr-shcp, has *)|a-iie«t the l»arla*r-sti*-|) in the Erie I loud. He has every facility IW N<K*<1 work, and c'Mtomer* will find it a go.x| place to K-« f*»r shaving and hair ci.ttmg __............ .. and Call on me tiefore buying IL Dealer Building SU*ne. your side-walk. RIBLEY A WL    _ 7 and ii East Front •tn-et. Whisky, Wince, Brandies. Genera! liquor Shore for Family Cue Drunkenness, Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cured BV ABMimSTItlM BB. MAIBIS* BOLDIN SMClFtC. Ii can be given in a cup of coffee or tea. or In ar tides of food. without the knowledge cf the portion taking It; It la absolutely harmies* and will effect a permanent and speedy cure, whet he I the patient is a moderate drlukeror an alcoholic UOHKHT M’KAi. Lion - ins*I, near the 'trix't. Boarding, Sate, Feed Stabling by the 'lay or U-rins. an*! Livery Stable. week on reaao liable KID, J. W„ Iv    I    -I    <    enter street Dealer in Musical Instruments and Stewing Machines. We make a si*xialDofflrR cia*, makes of Piau.x* aud I arrand A v oUjy Drgane Sam J. GIFFORD. Ail Central Ave. (Up stairs),General Insurance and Beal Estate Agent tire, Life, Accolent, and lave Stock Insurance. Prompt attenuon givsn to buying and selling Beal Estate TC. JONES, 75 E. Third SU, cor. Deer. K*xeelsior Meat Market. Fresh, Salt SmokSi Meats, Lard. Sausages. Oysters and Poultry.    __ and wreck, it NEVER FAILS. GUARANTEE a complete cure in every instance. 4* page boo* FR Et, Add re-* a In «ftffi I OLDEN SPECtf Id CO a complete cure in every instance. ■Addi e-a in confidence, I Rat ? St.. Clncinnstl (F C. 0. PENFOLD, MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER, 3«4 MAIN MT^ BUFFALO, N. \\ DEALER IN JJIAU3NSS, WATCHES ud J2WELHT (Tor ha. Silverware. I .eat her Goods, F.tr, KS ti RA Vt SO, GOLU$ SIL * KR PLA TING mot lier k name. Ixaa** hail dexx-ive*! hix m*>t lief ani in'lm,**<l her to transfer the proj>-erty t*> him, but Hiram put an injuiu’tiou uptu it mi that I aha** could not sell it. Tile property in Maid to tx* w*»rth II5,(l(Ii tn IT).-IMI. These transm-thuis have mused haiti feeling !x-tw*-«*ii the brother*, and it ix believed that in «ir*!er to remove every olistarle from Iii- jsith ami to give him |x»nj**smoii of tile pr.»|*. i tv, bas-' plotted to remove his l>r*)th« t ami the latter's entire family, <x»n-■Mi’ig of his wife; a daughter, age*! 8; a son, ag*sI 5, and an infant. TRIED To I***1N*IX THE LITTLE GIRL. \V«*ek lx-ft.rc la*t isaa*- aske*i Mr*. Kaw*-telle's |wnuisM<« to take one of tin* children to I smell. Being susjm-ious of him she refused. Chi Hat unlay, Fell. I, Isaaceante into tile house ami told Mr*. Kaw telle that her husband bad given him |M>rinisKiontotake the little girl to Lowell, and the mother finally allowed h*-r to go with hun. When the father (-aine home at night he denied having given his *-oiix-nt to the girl's going. From Boston I sine- arui the little girl went to I/twell, staying there until Monday, when they went to H< chester, N. ll. While at the latter place, Hie little girl claims, her uncle att. mpt*<d to jxiison her w ith mrslii ine an*l jails, lait the only effect was to make her sick. Then Isaac telegraphed to Hiram that the girl was ill with the grip and to come at univ. This wa-. Feb. 4. Th.* next morning a Heme.*! teh-graui «*ome t»» the mother, urging lier to conte t*» B*x h«-ster, the inference being that Im*! she resjxai«le*! in pens ai she too won I* I liave been *1i>jx»sh*I of. A*XT'HED OK MI RRER. It was finally ^ttltsl that Hit-am sh*ai)d go alone, and be I* ft B.st*>:. YV«s!nt-s*lMy, Feb. 5, at I j*. iii. F'nan this m*ar.eut his movements are nhrouded in mystery. He was never seen alive again by his friends. The following day, Feb. ii, Isaac and the little girl arrived home. and tile former denied having seen Hiram at all. Mr*. Kawteiie wa* suspicion* of foul play an*! a**caee*i Isaac of (Hitting hi* brother (Hit of the way, w hich he strenuously denied. Isaac remain***! in this city until tile following Sunday, when he disapjteared. Hiram's ultsc.HV was rejxirted t*» the jx»li*’e on Saturday aud <at Monday. Feb. IO, Kjxs'ial Officer Shields started for Rochester while search was also begut) in this city WHAT THE POLICK DHMXCTfRED. From the investigati*Hi made by the jxriice, it is li*ni'iM«l that *>n WediM**day, Feb. ft, Isaa*• Sawtelle hired a team at a ibx-hester livery stable and met a man at thedejxvt (Hiram no doubt) with whom he drove away. Within half an hour he returned alone with the team. It is Ix-lievcd by aome that he de-liveitsi Hiram into the kee]>ing of his confederates at this time. latter in the afternoon bt- | air* based a hatchet, j'irk-axe and sjtade at a hardwaie store, also a canvass t>ag in which to carry them. Then again hiring the team, la* drove off in the dire**tion taken in the morning, not returning until ti o'ehx-k at night. To inquiries as to the jHirvha.se of a spade he ivjdied that he intern led to jHirchaae a farm in the vicinity and w i-hed to test the ■oiL It seems that on his dej«rture from B*wton the second time, Feb. !♦, he again went to Rix-bester, wliere on Moiulay he IxHight two tickets f*H- I’ortland. His comjxtniou may have gtme there directly, but Sawtelle did not, although he reached there in the even ing, w here be registered at the Falmouth bouse as J. Bridge, Dover. He was assigned a room and was not again seen for two daya On Wednesday a stranger called at the botel and inquired tor Home one w hose name the clerk d«*-s not neeoll*x-t. Ixxikuig at the reg ister tile stranger ran down the names until he came to that of J. Bridge, Dover, when he exclaimed, “That s the man I want.” and started off No good description of this mail eau lie given, although the beat obtainable partially agrees with that of one “Dr. Charles T. Bhxxl of B*istoa. a faik)w-convict of Sawtelle'*, and with whom Saw telle ha* been more or less intimate since his release Bhxxl is missing from Boston at present. IDENTIFIED BY A NEWSPAPER CFT. On WedneNlay evening the clerk of the hotel recognized “Bridge” ax Sawtelle from the photog ca ph in an evening pajjer, ami on Thursday cause.! his arrest. Sawtelle admitted his identity and was taken to Roc bo* d it rei.iovxi to the Blais*tell t’or-houxe, tine** miles nearer East Its Influence ha a Tory Organ Fax! on the Decline-—Germnny's    With Zaiis'hnr Jeopardised by^^m^^hange lu K tilers—Debate in the    of    Com- luoiix on C*^reion. I»NIM)N, Feb. 1ft.—The diAa|»jx)t’itinent, chagrin and anger of The Times at the report of Die 1’hiHell commistion on its charges against the I'arneUiten is in-*-*Hi<A>ale<l. Its contention that the charges were in the main t:*ue “though it was imjxMsiblc for th** onn-mimion to accejd. certain e\ idence cajatlile of proving them,” are not shared by its Tory *• ^leagues t*» any ajijnvx-iatde extent and the value of the jwjiei' as a Tory weapon against tile Home Rulerx and Literals is f*irever dent roved. It *>hi1*1 s**Hr«*ely do less than to ^ Laia<-terize the report ax a “< a dor lens judicial document which does not exhibit the feeling of th«> nathm,” but that assertion isas I tr from the truth as were the charges which the jiajxT so re«-kleHxly (Hit forth and which the commission's investigation so thoroughly disjtroved. The m*)xt conspicuous feature of the rejs*rt is its chara* ter as an exj»re«sion of tm* atiaolute fairness «>f the judges, who in view of their life-long jxvlitical ass.x-iations, teachings and interests might have lieen extincted U) hail t*»w a I'd the proaacution ami v ere rxnllv plmvd inn jmaition of as great ernhart'asHment as any of the a«A'use.l luetn-! erx. X*) CHANGE TO BE PERMITTED. The new sultan of Zatixiliar, Keynoid AU, bas long lx*cn ojx-nly hostile to (ierniany aud it is feared his succeaaion tx* the throne vill result in tile ruj*ture of the existing treaties with the German empire. German officials at Z&nziliar have already intimated t » the Berlin government theirUdief that the pew ruler should lie |*i'omj»tIv ami distinctly their sorrowful I given to understand I’wit no (‘Iimige in the I resent relations Iwtwcn Zanz.ilxtr an«l tier-many will tx* j (ermined by the latter and pr*it*r»l»Iy no time will Is. lost in conveying such information to his dusky noj*«ty. F.mjx'i'or TV illinoi s I'ewrijits have lx***n cir-c ilaiixl in all the workshop of Prussian Sile-iH. |*lH*-anl*sl throughout Sax oily and s Attired broad*'ant in other jMirtx of the empire The IVuAsian govemmcnt has complete*! arrangements to construct a new harlxtr at Hminerlof. The mayor of Ohlenburg has tx*en arrested for fraudulent j»ra*'tioea in his official capacity. IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. Mr. la iii.-11 AtU*l>* the Irixh Policy of Mr. Ital four. I>(NOON. Feb. Ift.—In the house of c*om-rions last evening Mr. Parnell inquired w hat action the government projwpcd to take on the rejjort of th** sjecia! **orn.nission. Mr. IT. ll. Smith replied that the rejxirt ha*I only I* en received Thursday evening aud the government ha«l u*>t yet had time to decide on a '-ours** of action. Mi I ’ariicll moved an amendment to tile address in cplv to the queen'* sjx*e* h that the ■•oerx'ioti a*'t Ie repealed. In su|i|x>rt of his l lotion Mr. Parnell attacked the government's jx*rsistent persecution ai the Irish. Almost every act of Mr. Balfour, he said, ap|x*ar*sl to tx* directed to the end of driving the |<eoj»le to the commission of crime. While many of the actions of Karl Sjx*n**er# %.hile vus-roy of Ireland, were faulty, the law under his admiuistrati n was directed against active crime an*! secret coiutpiraey. In the case of Mr. Balfour it was directed against th** right to cotnlune, the free*i«Hii *»f the piewH an*I the lilx-rty of sj»ee<'h. While «n*l order* lier xch' *>1 It*xh***ter. The coroner of York county will visit th** ►••enc of tile munler today and tx*gin an in- I vext igat ion. Tin* bead is lielieved to be some- I where in the w*kxIs and the oft!eels are confr- ; dont of finding it s*x>n. Tin- belief grows st Hinger that Hiram was given to understand that he was being driven to see his sick daughter, ami when the houses were jennet Isaac «i*'lilx*rately sh**t him through the h**art.    • AVhen their team jianspd through Eas-t UfX'hester it was notice*! that one man lay liack in the carri ;;; ax though sick or sleejx ; ing. Th** b*-liel is that Hie body wax jilaced . iii Kendall's va ant bouw, mid that on Mon-day morning, Feb. IO, Isaac remove*! it to there had !xx»n much unjust and criminal where it w as found and returned tan Rochester with his team, and that later in the day lie walked to the s.•en** from East R*x*hester, dismembered the b*k!y, buri***! t!*e trunk, and carried off the rest of it; then walk***, to East Lebanon dejxM ami t*x>k the ••ars for Port-lan*L where he went directly to his h**tel. Isiut*' Sawtelle was virited iii juil last night l>y Willia.n-B. Gale, the well-known criminal lawyer of Lffktou, who will defend him. By his inst met iou th*- prisoner has thus far ate xolutely refuse*! to say anything ivganiing thecriiue. He is closely guarded iii his cell aud a close watch will he kejit ujxm hun while lie is in confinement. Regarding his ••onfederates there has lieen nothing ascertain***!. At least nothing has lie«*n made jHiblic. Tlr*re is great ex*-iteiiH*nt th**re over the finding of th** Uxlv, ami search f**r the missing |xirti*His will Ix* vigorously j*roNe**ute*l. W W ATCHER, JEWELRY, AC. Buy the Aurora Bailroa«l Watch. nJFFSXStiSis .* MOCKER. Merchant Tailor. >16 Central Avenue A COMPLETE LINK OF HO LI DA Y GOODS ai AIN ST Ii KUT, Oppoatte Iroquois Hotel. A DISPATCHER'S ERROR. It anti ('mum** the Death of Three Wen Injury of Several Oihem. MITCH ELL, Iud., Feb. 15.—The northbound . morning jmssengcr *’11111 on tile I/»uisville, New Afinnv an*! Chicago i*ailr*ia*l collided j with a Height engine two miles mirth of here. W. H. Dillard of I>>uis\dle, engineer, j mid J. Iv. (oxlmge* ut New A'leny, fireman <*f the . *hx en r« r tr.mi. wee* instantly killed, and Charks Wright, n.an agent of Orleans. Ind., was fatally ii» *ir»vi aud died in a ‘bort tune. Hr* injured were:    VY. B. Green. news agent. IxaiisviiJe. s«-alji wound; I IL M. Smith, Louisville, h**a*l hadlv cut;! John Bills, comliM'tor of the jwsxenger train. I ■s-alp w*Himi; —— Norton, mali ag**ut, m-alj) wound; F. E. Bail.-lrn- h. ikvtf*>r*l, Iud., head tiniimsl and *-ut; II. T. Beasley, Ligonier. Ind., drummer fur th<* United Ltatex Lminge comino iv *>t ln*li.».iajx*lis, leg and arm bruixe*l Mod sjh aintsl. A few other paaMQgeni wei*e hurt, lait not seriously. The wreck wax caused by wrong orders from tliv' train dispatcher, who ordered Hie freight eng n s.mth on ilia time of j the north-bound ja-vs liger train. The in-jure.1 were brought here. ; boycotting in I SNO, 'si ami 'n:*, the action of , the Nationalist* has since been constantly j inndififd and ii.*x Ie rated in m**)gniti«in < if the off*lids of th** legislature to jihss measures of ; amelioration. Mr. Balfour, be said, could not plead the I revival of crime. The jteojiie were qiiiewvnt I ami in exjx**'tati*m of s*x*n getting their I rights, yet Mr. Balfour's regime was disding-j .isluxl tor jietty peneuutiooi ami frivolous • barges, often against old women and little chil ben. ' ’M m rn.'" ® The a*di*in of the government ten«le*i to- j wards its own defeat. It could not turn the j tide cif Irish aspirations. In spite of the jetty J cxa*jxTatNin- of Mr. Balfour's jxdicy the Na-j ti«nialists had ih4 swerved from pecifi** meth-<xls to attain their nim*. [Cheers. | Sir RL bani Webster tit nut cl Mr. Parnell I with having made grave accusations against j Mr. Balfour without adducing evident to supjxirt them. While railing the admin!*-j trati<rn to account for the future Mr. Parnell I and his associate* must tear in mind that i they oui Id not disjxrove the figures showing I that crime in Ireland has been decreased and I boycotting rejuvsxed. Afrei'ht wreck on the main line of the) rot**! t*etw! e Monon and < ’Ideago delayed the (Tifton It a rex. New York. Feb. lo.—A large crowd at-temhxl the races at Clifton yester*lav. The I event of the day was the Early Blossom stake* for 2-year-**1*Is, which is the first 2-ycar «il«l race of the year. First race, furl;mg*:    Little    Jim    first, Monte Cristo su*s*ml. Bonnie 8. thin!; time, I :Mt*l^. Se*sum! ra*e, ft furlongs:    Little    Juke    first, Rafter se*** md, Englewood third: time, I Third race. ti’*., furlongs:    St.    Pari*    first. Wild Cherry se**oiwi, F re job third; time, J :2ft*. Fourth race. the Early BIowxhu stakes for 2-year-old-. AI.DDD, S furlongs:    Una    filly    first, Madge L. second, Duke John third: tune, ;W.l4 Fifth rate, the St. Valentine handicap, miles:    Van first. Middle.-tone second. Fannie H. third; ti ne, 2:47. Sixth race, ti mile:    King    Hazem    fii-at, J lssaijiiena filly second, Insight third; time. Houth-bonud vc? til ii’** of the ruilrocd MV tin iv hours. The officials ne wuxinju.vd. Aw It»Jrnetl*'ii Gn»»it«-d. New Yghk, Fib. 15.—Judge I ..acoin be, in I the Unit-sl Stat«*s circ.iit *-<Hii*t, granted a j tempmary injunction restraining '.he cotton J oil trust fisHii di-cmsing of *>r in any way interfering w ith th • property in it-, posv-mion. and to show cause tin Feb. It* vs hy the injunction sh. ml I not lie ma le p*i luaiwnk { The injunction is based on an affidavit by j William Wail, representing a large numlefl of sUx-kholtlers, who avers that the managers J of the trust have ran-***! the tm it certificates j to be transferred from the stock exchange I lists an*! are about to re-organise the trust ou ; a basis win h w*mld cause grea? loss to the comjilainautx. Mnn u on the Stand. pHiLADKLPiiA, Feb. 15. Garrett Murray was again «h» the xtan*! in the I a-Cooey murder ra-x* iii Camden yesterday and denied point lilnnk that he knew many of those jires-♦ nt, win. were brought here to testify as Pi his character, A im inlier of farmers and peach growers from r tela wa re and Marylan*! went *ni the stand and swore that Murray's i *u ta ti* iii for truth and honesty was liad. Other w it lieges w ho bad know n LeConey for many years Uv-Lfied to his lx*ingavery jieace-ful man and that he exhibiteti heartfelt grief over the murder of Am lie. Adjourned. I ...Ie of Kill*-* Adopted by a strictly Party Vote. Washington, Feb. 15.—When the house met yesterday only twenty-four members were present. Keiuarkx for ami against the jirojxiHed txxie *if rult*s were made. Mr. Rams of New York defended Sjx-aker Reed’s acti*m. Mr. Kelly of Kansas in defending the speaker*!*(•our*) alluded to the reference by Mr P.e*sl to the ruling of Governor Hill wben jirewiding over the New York senate; and sal*! that if in the course of human events Hie Repulilican jiartyjuit the name of Thomas B. R**ol at the head of its jiresi* tent tai ticket in 18S»2 anti the Democratic jiarty jmt at the beati of its ticket the name of David B. Hill, the Deimx-rats would go liefore the country and claim for David B. Hill the credit for the advance which had thine no much g«xxl for liberty. Thursday's session then ended ami Friday's session was o|ieiie*| with the reading of the journal, which was approved, the sjieaker counting the m*oexxary quorum. Mr. Candler of Massachusetts, from the world's fair committee, nu binit ted a rejxirt w hu h was ordered printed and recommitted. It provides for holding the fair iii 1WI2, the Kite to lie determined iqs hi by continuous taunting for choice until atune city receives a majority of all the votes cast. Consideration of the rules wax then proceeded with. Mr. Bynum of Indiana offered an amendment providing that when any bill for the increase of u j tension or for granting jxHisions not formerly jirovidod for is (tending, it shall In* in order to offer an amendment jirovidiug by tax at ion for the payment thereof. The uim-mlment wa* opposeff by Mr. Th**nuvs of Wixcoiixia, who declared that Ha object wax to bury all (tension legislation in the house. Mr. Spinola denied this statement ami asserted that the Democratic side of the house w ould ta found as true as steel to t he real interests of the veterans of the country. Mr. Allen of Michigan said he was glad this heinous amendment sprang from the brain of a gentleman trained in Indiana jx>li-ties, Wringing to that (-hue of men who were jxvi<*e men in war ami war men in lienee. Disguised ax it might ta this projxwition wax intended to thwart any attempt to alleviate tile condition >f soldiers by any further |x*ii-hi<hi legislation. Mr. Clemente of Georgia supported the amendment am! ex|iressed a belief that the soldiers did not demand extravagance in the granting of pensions. Mr. Grosvenor said the amendment was the most antagonistic and hostile jiriijMisition ever made on the Amir of tae house and tine which the soldiers of the country thoroughly understood. Mr. Bynum impure*! why the Ke|iublicanx Im*I not put the IleiiMx-rats on record two yearn ago on this very jirojxaition instead of filihustci iii*' against u vote. Mi. t.r*ix\en'ir replied that there had lieen no tither way to defeat the Id ll. It wax bitterly h'istlie to the soldiers ut the country. When hostility to the old soldiers wax rife, filibustering, he said. w as fiat riot ixia. Mr. Bynum said his record wail*! show that lie bud lx*en in favor of every jx-nston im-ftxurt* that bud 1kn*ii rejxn ted to the house from a committee, am! he was ready to vote for every such measure; but he j>u.ijsin*n1 that ttare should ta money in the treasury to |w»y th** j tensions. After further *lis*-uNsiiiii the amendmsnt was rejected—yeas ‘.Si, nays lid. Mr. Ou th wait® of Ohio offered an amendment striking out the clause constituting IOO members a quorum in committee of the whole. He also offered un amendment fit the claus**«if rule 25, which provided that “all motions «ir projsisitions. origiiuiliug either in the house or senate, involving a ta* or charge ujxm the |x*ojile, shall Ix* first considered in committee of Hie whole.” The amendment was to strike out the words “originating iii tile house or senate" and Mr Ou th Waite argued that th** Insertion of these words would, by implication {unit against the const it ut ion), acknowkslge the right *»f the sniuite t*i originate re\e.iue hills. The sjx*aker, as <*hairumii of the committee *m nil**, state*! that there was no such intention on the j tart of tin* committee, ami at his suggestion Mr. Cannon of Illinois (who has charge of the rode) noeed.-1 to th** latter amendment and it wmx ad**jitcd. Mr. Outhwaite'R first amendment relative to a qu*irurn was lost—yeas, IJH; nays, 150. Mr. Crisp of Georgia moved to strike oat the clause conferring ujxm the speaker the jxiwer to isHint a quorum. He argue*! that such a conferring of jxiwer was unconstitutional, and in order to show that such wa* the opinion of many gentlemen on the other side lie quoted from a circular marked “confidential,” signed by Th*mum H. Henderson, chairman of the Repuhii* in caucus, nisi sent to every Republican metntar, request ing each man to ta jiresent from the taginning of the discussion on the rules until tile end. The amendment after further discussion wax rejected -yeas, 12ii; nays, 15fi. Mr. Mills rn*»vet I to strike out the clause thai no dilatory motions shall ta entertained by the xjienker. This, t*xi, wax rejected— yeas. btl: nays. 155. Mr. Ll a lor of lllimnx offered an ai > tend-men* providing that no niemlx*r shall sjx*ak more than ten iiiinutp» iqsm any subject until all moiiitani who w ish to *.jx*ak have teen hen iii. liixt. At ft o'clock the npeaker statc*l that the j i rev to ux (pi *wt ion was ordered on the adulation of the rules. The house then adjourned. IN THE SENATE. Washington, Fell. J5.—Among the bills rejxirted from c*miinit»**es and jila'**sl on the xenatwx’alen*lur wax «<:ie to transfer the revenue marine to th** na) a1 establishment. The senate jinx-e«si«s| to the consideration of bills tm the calendar. Among the bills jessed were the following: Utilise Dill for the relief of sufferers by the wreck of the United Slates stew ruers Trenton ami Vandalia, ami the stranding of the Nije *ic at Sa'a* ia. 'I he (iii. t«) inrrea.-e th-* endowment of the IxHiLviana tate unive. >itv was objected to on (he ground (hat color* .J pip d> were excluded. Mr. Gil Kx»n agieed v.i'l: Mr. Ingalls on an amendment removing Ibis objection anti the bill wax pa-'Se.i. The ct*iH-uricut rex*tin*ion to invite nations to submit differed cs to arbitration was pa**' I: al- > the bill providing for an assistant secretary of war with a - lai r of ft!,ft<N). The bill d*s-lariug trust* unlawful »• a> ie*!*'hts! but laid a:-i«le and art r a snort secret se».i*in the senate adj*»ur;ie-1 until Monday. FR IK STO I* THE BUSINESS OUTLOOK APPEARS MORE FAVORABLE. The Money Market I ii-v at Mont til Points—Dry Goods J.ibhtng N<*t I'p to That of I.ast Year—Iron steady, ami Specula! Ive Maiketx ((nctiangerl — The Huxlnesx Failures. JNJ rn W Mrs. Mkully Fount! Guilty. Utica, N Y., Feb. Ift.-Mrs. SkuUy, in-(lk ted ou a charge of niunier in causing the death of her fattier. William Ileinhart, and who has lieen on trial at Morrisville, anas found uot guilty, the jury taing out but half an hour. Her hustand, who was jointly indicted with her, was discharge*! from custody ujxvn giving a j»n»j*er undertaking. Navassa Ri.iterx Couvteterf. Baltimore. Feb. 15.—In the Un Ital States court yesterday the cases of the twenty-five negrtiex indicted f*ir rioting on the inland of Navassa were concluded. Twenty-1 bree of the men were convicted and two acquitted. The two acquitted are John Roan and George Deters*)!!. Sentence wax deferred. To Mrs. Blaine'* Benefit. New York, Feb. 15.—The sale of boxes an*l seat* for the performance at the Broadway theatre for the benefit of Mix James G. Blaine, Jr., took place yesterday and realized been seen since the accident and were >5.500.    I    ably    drown    d. Nomiuat So*.* < *in(lrnie«l. W ash I VU ton. Feb. 15.—Tile senate in secret session yesterday c’tifirined th** f«ill*i'v-ing nomination*: ('hail* s Emory Smith, minister to Russia; J. Fem! r I/***, wTefa.-y *if legation at Rio Janeiro; George W. Irvin, mat'shal f**r Montara, and a nuintar of «en-sus »upervixt>rs ami army «»ffi>ers (promoted.) Two P»rwm<» I rote.lily Drowned. New York. Fell. 15. The strainer City of New York of the Norwich line, ran down and sunk tta canal lx.at Cahill. The caj)-taui of the canal brat and his w ife have n*)t jirob- New York. Feb 1ft.—R (4 Dun Sr tX>.’« Weekly Review of Trail** says; “The buxine!* outlook is somewhat mora favoralile Wkiilt* a large amount of money has gone int** the treasury, rates her* remain moderate ami th* murUet easy. All interior markets are also easier, fo« while Kansan City is firm at usual rates, the demand there ix moderate, ami though the Milwaukee market is fairly active at d to 8 |s*r cent., the supjdv is adequate At St. Ixiuix, Detroit and Pittsburg the market is easy at fi to 7 per rant.; at Phiiadeljihia rather stagnant at ft1* to ti par cent,; at Boston tatter supplied at ft1, to ti’, ja*r rank, funds hating been received from New York, ami at all other jxiintx the market ix comparatively ea-y. Bejxirtx as to collections are satixf set*try, with few exeejHions; Milwaukee notes ’only moderately g*xxi' collections, Kansas City rather quiet, Ch**-aim rat her slow, and Detroit slow from country towns, while at Uhiladel-j*hia the only slowness especially n«>t*si is in the retail dry go*sis an*! in the totals**) trade. Hie volume *>f business continues surprisingly large, with Imjirnveinent oheerved at St. Paul, at Boston, and in some lines at Cleveland. While dry gissls job!ten* are doing tatter at I’liiltuieljihia, theit trade is still behind that of last year. Bauk elearinga show gains of (♦ j*er tent. at Boston, Philadelphia aud Chicago, ami 12 jht cent, over last year at all other **iti**s outside of New York. THE I RON MARKET STEADY. “There is still no really a* I verse change in the iron husineMB, ami the weekly outjait of furnaces Feb. I wax 17H,fiftl tons against 174JKF) Jan. I, a gam of lti.fi js»r cent. over the outp*it of a year ago. The demand for l*ig des x not yet indirate a imitable aihnm e iii j»i lee, and at Pittxlairg Bessemer is a little weaker, but other iron rather stronger ta cause «*f th** increase of 12 jx*r cent. 'onceiled iii wages of cake worker*. This, with a reduction of :(0 «-enLs in western freights, made a difference in favoi of southern and against western pKxliicers, but there are now rejxirts of a ju'obable strike in Die Alabama coke works. At Philadelphia rails are steady, but not stronger, re sales of large lots taken for speculation at ♦27 ami >*28 having caused weakness. There is no ‘snaj»' in the demand for tar, and the market for jdates is dull and dLsapixiiiiting, with no great activity in structural iron; unils dull, and old rails lower. *•( ’opjx'r and tin are lower abroad, selling lier* at IU, for lake ami 20\ for straits, anti lead is lower at als ait 5. xii N*> r**Iief ajqiears J in th** era! bus111***"*, ami th*' February ton imge has lxs*n rtxiuced k>\ agreement to 2,- I OOO,(KG, tin* output iii January having lxs»ii 520,4100 t<ins lx»low that of lu>t year. COTT*>N AND WOOLEN GOOCH. “Th** textile industries present a uif»re hojx*-ful asjx-ct. W itll a steady ami strong demand tor goods, «*otton iiuinufacturers have increase*! th ii' lakings of **«>tt*>n largely since Jan. I, so that the aggregate now exceeds that of the last crop year to date. There is a tatter demand for woolen gisxLs also, • though inaiiufaeturers jairsue a «s»nservative ' course, and sales «>f wool are tatter at Phi la deljthia and reach 2,8DD,DiiO jaainds at Boston l«»r th** week, without further weakening in prira. “In tho Ixxit aud sh«x* trade prevknia <*ondi-tions Ii*»I*I. lait the demand for leather in steady ami hides are distinctly tinner. Rule tar gixxls are moving slow. “Tile demand for luiutar at Boston la very gtxxi, and there, as iii this eity aud i'hila*!**!-phia. building material- generally are strong. Th** dixjx*sitioii to jmsh new I'uildiiigs for ward to completion is naturally in*T«*aaed by J th* resolution of tin* I mil* ting trades to de- I uiaml the eight hour arrangement May I, a I imposition which moat employers conaider j im I tract i« able in cas»* of a prolonged con-J test a I tout it, the fa«( that now building at most cities bas |xs*n «»f uiiprecetlentinl inagni- } tilde ixmld tend to t»jx i*aie against th* wage earneix The recent advance in win«iow I glass is firmly ni’iintained, th** "tiler branches of labor are generally well employed. MPECrLATIVE M A HK ETM. “The s|s**'ulati*e markets have not tended U|iwai'd during the j»nst week. In wheat, with salt s of '22.fi!NI,(MKI liiish**!* h**re, theiehax lieen a decline of of a rant, anil iii I'orn, with sales *»f Mi.fififi.iKifi bicdielx, a «ie**line of &i, the current price even at tile sea Ixia rd taing only ."2> M cents. Oats are are also ^c lower ami |xn k (Moducts iiuehanged. as is oil with small tinii.sactionM. The sjxsoilation iii colt*rn has tam enormous, sales leaching K50,fififi for t ta week, with an ad val ira of '^c. “(*«)tTee has i»een steady with imxlerate sales, but sugar a sixteenth lower, aiel sales firants jx*r hundred pounds below the trust prices, continue to weaken the refine*I though Die tni*:t stock has I teen vigor.aisly ail van* val. The exjxirts of wheat and flour have talien much isdotv tho*** of the same time last year, while corn ex|x>rta continue large. T’lie strength of coit*hi is jairtly *lue to a g«ivern-ment lejxtit. which is inteijneUsi as indicating a yield of only ataut 7,;fifi.fififi b/il«*s. The general level of |*rieos, md withstanding the decline in bread-t tiff-, is als sit on** half of I jx-r cent higher. AN EVIDENCE OK FINANCIAL Hol’.VDVKSM. “It is by all ix*gar«l*s| as evidence of financial health and Noun*inosa that the r****t*iit el*x«ing of three tanks in this city, which have since resumed, jtrodu**ed scarcely a rije j*l«* of distil: l>anra. But priori in the xt*x:k market have tam lower, averaging ftfi rents jx*r share behiw th*<M*' of last week, in sj.ite of remarkably satisfactory accounts of earnings. Th** market ha • relapsed int*) great dulness, ami little change is now generally exjxs-ted until the monetary future has is** sane more clear. For the l*axt week the treasury has taken in M.tkifi.Ofifi <ash more than it has (•aid out, and while its disbur-ements for (tensions are ex|x*cted to tx* large, further purchases of tands in large a mount are not ani i<-i j I * -ri. lf no furth* r sn pp! ifs* of money I et iii'ii from the interior, a **l»iser market will naturally i-e*t,lt tafo e April I. Exjxu't* *»f merchandise f«»r half of February have ta n fully nj) to those of last year, but from ibis tim*- some excess of import* over export* is imitable. “Th** busine.** failure*; during Die last seven * lays numtar for the Unite*l States 240, ami for ('anmia fi2— total .‘i02. as *x»in|»arei| with F.21 last week, ami Btl the w*s*k jireviou* to the last. For the correspoiuiing wrak last year the figures were int i1 n J 7 i Tv. rn Ti*7 Ti i R FOR 1890. Very Choice and Exquisite in Deafn, Elegant Assortment. »‘i (lisapjkoint- JiPOplri HPP NohtMly iipt’tl ho if nlthoii^li sonip when they don't rccpivp a Valpiitinp, pvpn it hp only a comic. Don't let thin terrible feeling strain the affectionate minds of your dear friends. Semi t Inn.i a Valentine of some kind. We've put the price down so all can he rctneni-l»ered.    We're Headquarter**, and what you cannot liml won't he worth looking rte where, (ieius ol love, Lace Valentines, ( lipid Lace Valentines. 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