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DOUBLE NUMBER 12' PAGES. PAGES 1 TO 8. INCLUSIVE. VOI.. XVirU 2fO. 32-WHOLE K0 G,6S9. CHICAGO, WEDNESDAY MOENING. FEBRUAIIY 19, 190 TWELVE PAGES. PRICE THREE CEH7TS. RTHOFTHMEl TAi inB. eoaslxte SXZTESX PAQXS sad tftipartcoatAlMP1 f0 rAKT SXCOXD CONTAINS: ttvxw TfiK RoMk.r M'i Bolles (Terao- H1KTH ' FAOB 0w ' "-jy imlXh British 7.1? -ZrR7ued by lh. Senate t"-.V. vTwiWho 1. th -Old M.u" - Thl j'irv Bribing C L'nder Gravs Snt-pTriSn 'n-UoSfby XetograpU-AfrtosKo PIm. for Neeroca. TENTH PAGE-Record of th Cowte-A Rscord of th. V -rfn TerUaemeBtB Railroad Time-tables. t FTrvTW PiOE Adverttaemests Finsncs - .nd Trsde Foreigo and Domestic Markets Bsal Ktate Transfers. . TWKt.FTH PAGE Dowi th Ocklawaha fFlor. Ida let tar) L'l.rrvraen la Politics Letters . from tba Paoplo Gissntnffs from tn Illinois 6 tats Press Ab Indignant Dakotan New Corporations Opposed to Caeting Lota (la tba Iowa Legialature) Doing in Madison, KM. DOMESTIC DnrmiSDi of 12 er ent by the Cinolnnatl, Sandusky and Clereland Road, and a per cent by' the Columbus, Springfield and Cincinnati Liu, hare been declared, parable March TO. , Thb great annual eprinting handicap In Bhef Hold, England, was won Tuesday by Collins, an - American. Ix Beacon street. Boston. Hon day reaing. George H. Bradford, a wealthy resident, while enjoying a horseback ride, waa ran down by an - . electric s treat ear and killed. Thb failure ia announced of F. H. Biehmond . . A Co.. paper dealers at Proridenoe, B. I Th examination of Albert Foedlck. charged with the attempted morder of his brother. Sr. Foadick. near Kalamaaxo. Mich,, faaa been sat for Friday. A. Saw Yoxx smdicate baa purchased at $200 per share double the par ralne a oon-troliBg interest in the Union Ferry Company, -whose boats ply between Kaw York and Brooklyn. It ia reported that an American syndicate baa offered to famish money for the construction of tne Esters Coneeeeion Bail way in Mexico. It is aaid at Boston that the American Gln- . cose Starch Company, at Buffalo, N. X, and the Kincsford Comnany. at Oswego. N. X. are not ia the starch trust Tbx Central Steel Goods Company, of Utics, K. X, formed for the manufacture of agricul tural implements, with a capital of $lOoO,- OOO. filed a certificate of incorporation on Tuesday at Albany. At Millbrook Tillage, near Newark, N. X, the body of Charles Power wan found Tuesday morning with a bullet bole in his bead. No weapon waa in sight, which fact leads the polios to beliere that it is a case of murder. . A vrrnsa win be held at Aurora. BI, Feb. 25 to organize a base ball league, to be probably composed of elubs from Elgin. Bock- ford, Aurora. Monmouth, Free port. Jouet,Boek ' Island, Dubaqua, Daren port, and Cedar Bap- ids. Tbx leather manufacturers at Wobura, Mass., decided Monday night to close their factories until the striking em pi ores offeggs Cobb return to work. , - Mks. Abbot bawkabt, of .lima, Ohio, was accidentally shot and killed by her husband on Tuesday. Thb rirsr at Bochceter, N. B., will bo dragged ia the bops of finding the bead of Hiram Bewtolle, who was recently murdered by his brother Isaac Mas. Bxbxcca Bxcchxt, who was snot by Whits Caps Sunday night at Frederick, Md.. while resisting expulsion from tne town for lea ring ber husband, has not 1m pro red in con dition, though tne wound is sot necessarily fatal. . mm. Bxbkcca Wat Tatxjob, mother of the late Bayard Taylor, died Tuesday at ber resi dence in Ksnnett Square, Pa., aged 90 years and 4 months. . - . Nbab Compton, Ky.t a young man named Booth stabbed to death tho Ber. Mr. Whiaman, who had punished Booth when a schoolboy. The murderer then threatened to be rerenged. and kept his word. A pectsixab aod fatal cattle disease is reported raging in the vicinity of Columbus, lad.. tbe animals becoming nnoontrollahl, and finally dying in convulsions. jack Dxhpixt defeated Billy McCarthy in a fight at San Francisco Tuesday night. . . knocking him out in the twenty-eighth round. But 100 of the 1,400 striking opera tires of the Nashua Company at Nashua, N H,. returned to work Tuesday when summoned by the bells. B. Bxxxs and F. P. Fuller. President and Secretary of the defunct insurance company at Tdpeka, Kan., were held in f 1,000 bail to the District Court Tuesday on a charge of making a false report to the Commissionsr of Insurance. Dubxxq a - prayer-meeting Monday night at the bouse of Edward Bandall. near Lsba non And., Mrs. Bandall was fatally wounded by an unknown sua, sain, who shot through window. Thb redistricting bill agreed upon by tho Ohio Democrats will be introduced in the Legislature to-day. It puts Butterwortb, Groe- venor, Kennedy, Thompson, and McEinlay in Democratic districta. giring the Bepubiicans but six out of twenty-one districts. $ Thb Senate at Olympia, Wash., passed aa Australian ballot bill Tuesday. J. B. CXAx,"or MSmita,"arrested at St Louis. waa identified Tuesday night by officers from Chicago as the man known .as J. B Simonda, who bought the furniture for the Carlson oot- tags, in which Dr. Cronia . was murdered. The suspect pleads innocence, and will come to - Chicago without a requisition. . A Bbxhxb A Co., importers: H. P. Towle A Bra., fsrnishing goods, and & A. Welch, notions, filed deeds of trust in Baltimore Tues day for $24,000. $40,000. and $10,000, i spectirely, for the benefit of creditors. A xxcxraox was tendered Goreraor Elect Boies and his daughter Jessie, at Dubuque. Iowa, Tuesday night, by the Gorernor's Grays the crack regiment of the State militia. Thb Kommers Betel at West Superior, Wis. uas burned Tuesday, oauaing a loss of $18.-000; fully insured. Flames at Dulutu. Minn., destroyed Turner Ball, on tbe East Side, and three buildings, tho loss being $27,000; insured for $11,800. - Ez-Stati Exsatob Buiorrx and ex-Postmaa-ter Waterman, both of Bockford, III, hare applied for a charter for a new national bank at that place. ' Ax unknown man Monday night threw Titriol fa the face of Miss Emma Fischer, of Erie, Pa., and wounded Dennis McCarthy, ber aiBaaoed, who went in pursuit, . CHICAGO. lithe trial of the jury-bribers yesterday Banks and Salomon, the squealing bailiffs, laid i upon tho absent Johnnie Graham. who aaid ba ni working for "tha old man la tha Opera Boom Block." IIuxobs war abroad yesterday that Colonel teltoa waa to be retired aa soperintendent of tbe Hoaee of Correction. PoliUoal reaaona were I Usually alleged, Thb Chicago authorities are of the belief that the man exptnred at Bt Louis ia the long- eought-tor Cooaey the Fox. - , Thb first annual banquet of the Life Under writers Association of Chicago was held last night at the Palmer Bouse. " COSPIiAGRATIOSS. Fatal Blase) at K.wark-Uestraetlv art Iulutb, sua West Ma parlor. Nxwakx, N. J.. Feb. 18. Firs early this morales; destroyed four frame tenements Broad street, and caused a loss of about $50, OOO. The firemen fought their way from room to room and removed in safety the sleeping in mate. When tho flames finally drore them from tbe burning buildings it was thought that srerybody bad tbeen removed, but amid the crackling of tha flames a tomble cry arose and a face was seen for a moment against the pane of one of the upper windows. The firemen bravely dashed into the doomed building, but found that they were too late, as they were able to take back nothing but the dead body of a young woman, Mary Jack eon, sged 22 years. Wkbt Sofbbiob, Wis., Feb. 18. The Kom mers Hotel, a large three-story frame building, burned to the ground this morning. The building was owned by M. Kommers, of Ashland. Its value was about $15,000. fully covered by insurance in Eastern companies. The loss on the furniture, owned by Mrs. M, McWeeney, is about $3. OOO. Dux. uth, Minn., Feb. 18. Fire thia morning burned Turner Hail on tha East bide, a dwell ing owned by 1. 1. Jones and occuput by IX U Webb and Mrs. Huoier, and two buildings owned by J. Schumann. Loss, $27,000; la- euraoce, ill,siHA Mabtimsyiixb, Ind.. Feb. 18. Sprrtat Ttl- iFrmm. 1'he elegant home of Mrs. Georze. W. bkinner. at Morgan town, burned at noon day, with almost " its entire contents. Loss, s4.uuu; insured for VJ.owx gram For over fire Lours this afternoon the fire department poured streams of -water in among barrels of blazing oil in the warehouse or tbe Northwestern Oil Company, on National avenue, and for a considerable length of time the work of tbe firemen seemed to bars no effdcl The fire waa discovered ehortly after 1 o'clock, and extended rapidly to all parts of the ware house, which is a wooden structure covered on the outside with corrugated iron. 1 bs build ing ia located near the Sooth Hide passenger stations or tbe Bt. fsul and aortbwrstern usii-roads. and is paessd on either eide by the Chicago and Northwestern aod 8t Paul tracks. The burning oil made so hot a blaze that the incoming Chicago trains were obliged to stop and tne psssengers got off and rode up to the city on street ears. Henry V atterson waa one of those so delayed. There were stored in the warehouse about 1.50O barrels of machine oil, which, with the buildings, were worttf about jpifl. ooo. There was a light in surance on the stock. XX CHICAGO. A grocery store at the corner of Eightieth and Wrigbt streets owned by William BUack was damaged $300 by fire at 9 o'clock last night A fire originating at b:3U o'clock on tne second floor of a three etory brick flat building at No. 314 West Twelfth street damaged the structure -Ok Henrr Uannan's Ihome a two-storv frame bnlldinaj, as A IUU West Uttio street, eatunt fire on the second floor at noon yesterday, re sulting in &loJ damage. A bara. owned by Mrs. M. ii earns, in tbe rear ef No. 1245 Milwaukee arsoue. was dam aged $25 by fire at 8 O'clock last night, G&AYE EUM0R3 ABOUT ME. TAIL. TSe Skiootiair as Hie Wife m trk Age) ts Ba Most CarwroUy lavosUgstsd. St. Louis, Ma, Feb. 18. Special Ttlegrom. Tbe probabilities now are that there will be a thorough inrestigation of the circumstances con nected with the shooting of Mrs. Fannie A. Tail on Monday, Feb. lO. Charles F, Tail has not been arrested and stands by his story that while be was helping bis wife into a wagon the pocket of his coat swung against the wheel of the vehicle and tha revolver waa discharged. In the little town of Old Monroe little credence ie given to tbe accident theory. and publie clamor ha become so strong t hat the body of the dead woman will probabiv be disinterred to-morrow, and official action taken. - Tail bad policies) ou bis wife's life aggregating $23,000. He says he was not the beneficiary in all of them, and that her family is entitled to some of the money. Her relative say they had no knowledge of anv lnauranee until after the death. It ie alleged that Mr. Tail never lived nappily with hie first wife, and once be per- suadud her to eat aome sous and she became deathly sick, and was eared by close watching. Doctors said it looked like a case of poisoning. Her mother ears she learned afterward that there was a policy of $500 on his wife's Ufa at tho time It was also asserted to-day that ia 1887 he had a fir policy on a bouse and it burned down just ten days after he too out the policy, and he got tue insurance. In December. 1888. he insured a barn for $50O, and it ia said it burned three moatn afterward. EZPCBLICA9 CLCB BKLKSATKH. PXOBXA, BL, Feb. 1& 8peUl TtUgnttn.- The various Bapubliean clubs of thia city held meetings to-night and selected the following delegates to attend the Bepubliean League Con- rentioa in Springfield: . Peoria Bepubliean Club. B. M. Hanna, Senator M. M Basse tt, and W. O. Clark: Logan Republican Club. Olooel J. M. Rice. David a Brown, and & C Piokney; Fifer Republican Club (colored). D. 3. bmitn; Harrison Protection cino, uavia bnremer, Charles Budel. aod G. C. Uemow; fcereuth Ward Ciub. a D. Clark. J. C Hansel, and James Cameron; Union Veteran Club. Martin Kmc man. J. U. Hansel, and K. W. Hurt. Ubbaxa, HI, Feb. Special 'JtUgrmm A large and sntansisstio meeting or the rtepnb- lioaa club of this city was held at the Court House to-night. T. M. Right. P. E. Burks, and M. W. Matthews were elected delegates to th Stats convsuUon at Springfield. NEW8DIALC2S. r Amm ffalkmr. newsdealer. No. BI60 Forest areaoa, always has Thb Ixtkb OCXAx for ssle. Patrons ef tbe paper will please bear this la mind. Xenrv Fh. nevtdealer. No. West Madison street keepe Thb IXTBB OCSAJI for sale, sad don t you forget la. CliMrle W. Cum. Heeler in periodiemls. No. MS Msdlsoa street. Thb Ixtkb Oceax aiwara on ssie. uaii and see the veteran newaboy. Helton st DerL Newadeslars and Flrst-claaa Ststioners. No. M North Clark strset. have THB ABTKBOCXAX for ssle. J. It. 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Jti asthma every time, aiwmbom'b KqtiHi H"" BosTOXsad New Tork draroiste eell saere of isausMiauautUMHailsUMiita b u in Of OLD WOBLD HAPPENINGS. Irish. Affairs Again the Chief Topic Discussed in Parliament Death of Count Julius Andrassy, tho Famous Hungarian Diplomatist. English Coal Miners Moving for a Reduction in Hours-Flashes. IN THB BKITISH PARLIAMENT. Loxdox, Feb. 18. Mr. Mauric Boaiy, mem- bar for Cork City, asked the government in the House of Commons to-day whether, sines th refusal of John Daly, a Ufa eonviot ia Chatham Prison, to connect th Parnellite with the dyaamlte outrages, he bad been treated with enhanced severity bv th prison officials. Mr. Boaly requested that a sworn inquiry be made as to Daly's treatment, or that members of th House who desired to investigate tn matter be allowed the asm acoess to the prisoner I lowed the agent of the London Tines, Tbe Bight Hon. Henry Matthews, Secretary of State for Home Affairs, aaid he bad no au thority to grant th request for a sworn in quiry. He denied th allegations against the prison officials, and said that Daly bad stated that hs had no complaint to make of his treat ment Mr. Bealy then asked the question: . 'Was Daly nearly poisoned r" In reply Mr. Matthewe said that the prison disDenser had nut too much nellsrionna in a Pi-esoripnon for Daly. He bad ainoe been sus pended for his negligence. Mr. Henry La Boachere asked whether the BTorernment intended to demand a vote for the expenses of witnesses wno testified before th I'srneli commission. Mr. William L Jackson. Financial Secretary to the Treasury, stated that no demand of that nvure bad been made upon tbe treasury. Baron de Worms, under Kecretarv of State for tne colonies, intimated that the official tele grams from the Uspe or bood Hope denied the i e port or a JBoer raid into aacaoeiaiaad. IbeKigfit Hon. Henrr Campbell Banner- man. Horn Ruler, member for th Ktiriina? District, resumed tbe debate on th address in reply to the yaeto'i apeecb. He summed np the case sirainst the government by declaring it nad wuiuiiy rssorieu to ooerwon when eoeroioa bad proved to be worse than useless. Tha government s whole Irish policy, he said, wss oce of persistent wrong-doing. There could be no pacification of Ireland aa long as thara ex isted alienation or the masse aud destruction of popular oonfidenoe in the administration of Jusuoe. Mr. Asairour satd That sines be bad been Secretary for Ireland he bad replied to a c slant series of vote of censure all much alike. Dacsea oy macn vioieot language, nut by no substance or fact Brutal attacks upon his government, exactly the asme a those made by ax vsnin, werw maao oy lae prase upon ari bpeoeer and wr ueorge Arereiyan. Mr. u unen appealed to tn speaker to aay whether it waa in oeasr to impnte to- Mm "brutal and aarage attacks." Mr. Balfour withdrew the epithet "brutal " but quoted as article from Mr. O'Brien's paper wheiein Earl Hpencer was described as a dullard In politics, whoso temper was soured Because fie was a allure socially, and wbo while in offaoe was guilty of gratifying hia vindictive feelings by turning Uis law into an instrument of murder and outrage: who did not. punish crime, but shielded ' nameless infamies. . These wi.d phrases were in that tim tha current coin of the fai nell party. Uannr th present debate bis adminiatration of affairs in Ireland had been compared to tbe tyrraony of Russia, al- tnougn everybody Knew that the oomDarisoti was nonsensical. 1 be endeavor of the tor ernment was to free Ireland from the bondage of an unscrupulous conspiracy, to suppress in timidation, to give to tn people the common rights that all people are supposed to posses in etviuzea countries. - The sretem of terrorism Involved in ' the plan of campaign and boycotting waa contrary no omy to general - taw, out to common moral ltv. and abeotutelr destructive of tbe simplest elements of freedom. Cheers. It admitted by tbe opponents of the sromrn. meat that Ireland is now peaceful and pros peroua. boms few years more of s steadr and just administration of the law would re-estab lish there the elementary principles of civil society. He trusted that tbe House and the country would continue to suDnort the rjoliev IBM OU UUU, so BHCU lOff JXSiSOO- At tbe end of tbe debst th vote was taken on Mr. Parnell'a amendment to tbe address. voiea wbw rsjeraou 01 ovi va zu votes. ' STB HKXBX JAMBS DECLUrn that tha inexorable facts were against the Par- nsll party in tueir endeavors to prove thai the present tranquillity oi xrsiand was due to a anion or near is io tnai understanding between an English and an Inah party which it wjs pretended promised ths triumph of thsir ideaa. Tbe truth was that a similar improvement was observed under the influence of coercion aa It was nforosd during th ministry of Me. Glsdstone. He thought Mr. rarneu, from what be said. mast oe ignorant or ins condition of Ireland. instead of boycotting being milder than for. merly it was now absolutely fiendish. Ireland wished to be left alone, aod members like Mr. Lsfevre would really assist in the eolation of tbe difficulties only by ceasing to interfere be tween landlord and tenant. Mr. Morley said surely a gorerumeat demand ing upon coercion and menace should aDDroarh tbe projected remedial measures with th deep est miiKivings. sr. jairour asserted st -fcOiu burg that tha laws against combination wen alike in England and Ireland, and thia had drawn out a denial from several Conservatives. He in vi lea inoee gentlemen to repeat their denial in the coming election for St Faueraa. Hs reminded the ifonaai that the Marquis of Salisbury, at the election of 1883. took the stand that the law oouid not touch boyootting. He challenged the sovarn- ment to exhibit oourage enough to denounoe the Timis. their ally, whoe language waa worsa than Lnilta Ireland, or. if they behered its charges, to expel their colleagues whom it had charged with murder. He concluded by describing aa a farce tbe proposed legislation that needed the co-operation of tbe Irian people and their leaders under a policy of ooercioa and ex asperation. ; WORKING HOURS OP MINERS. Loxdox. Fan, 18. A deputation of miner to-day visited the Earl of . Dunravea and Lord Randolph Churchill, both of whom assured th deputation that they favored a limitation of working hour by tne state Mr. Matthews, ths Home Seerstsrv. renlvin to a deputation of miners, told thorn he oouid bold out no hop that tha gorernmsnt would support aa ignt-nour Pill.. Ihe deputation also called anon Mr. Glad. ions. Addressing them, he aaid th.t nrn.i.l e ration must first be given to tbe raot that some men were willing to work more than eight hours s day, aod then to the question whether mo miners won rouuta io separate treatment He was unabls to giro ths deputation any pledgee himsell as to his course. Hs mn.t h free to act acooraing to his judgment DEATH OP COUNT ANDRASSY. PzsTB. Feb. 18. Count Julius Andrassy. ths well-known Hungarian statesman, who has been ill for soms tim at Toloaca, near Fiums, died to-day. H was ti7 years old. YrxxxA, Feb. 18. The causa of Count An drassy s aeatn was epltheLal cancer ia the adder. His body is now lying in stats in ths hail of ths Academy of Bciencee at Pesth. Tbe wuole German press is very sympathetic io the comments on his death. Th Emnnr rauoi rfosepo ana sniooo nismarck bar tel. egrapbed messages of eondolaoc. - Count Andraaey will bar a splendid public ruusrat unless bis lamuv decides against n He will be interred in the vault of hia family Terebes Castle. It la said that be was to tha last ignorant of ths re 1 danger of bis illness. aad that bs became nnoonscious shortly before bis death, but not before he had reoeired tne seramtit He left two volumes of memoirs. Tbe rremeWnblatt calls lum the favoruo both th crews aad the psvui. Xt Abendfoet to I says the Emperor has lost on of th truest counselors, the mo u arc by one of its greatest statesmen, and A.urop a since re friend of peace. Tbe other papers writ in a similar tone. Tbe Emperor of Germany hai graphed his contioienos. Count Julius Andraasy, who Was born ia 1823. was one of tbe leaders of the Hungarian revolution againat the Austrian Government in 1848. and was sentenced to death for the prominent part he took therein. . Fortunately be succeeded in making hia escape just in time, and ought ref ag in England. On hia antral there in a state of complete destitution ba was moat kindly and hosoitsbly received by young attache of tbe ' Austrian consulate general, who, at the risk of bis whole future 5 and of immediate disgrace, eared for tbe wants of th Hungarian patriot for nianr mouths. Tba name of this young man was Ignats von fcebaeffer. wbo bold the poet of Austrian Minister ; rieuipotetitiary at Washington until three or four years ago. In 1857 a general amnesty enabled Count Andrassy, who wss the bead oi one oi tne oldest Hnnuariaa families, to return to bis nativ country, la 180 be was sleeted Vic rresident of tbe Hun garian Parliament, and in 18U7, on the coronation of tbe Emperor and Em preas of Austria King and Ones a of Hungary, he became prim minister of th kingdom. Among to principal acts of bis administration were the ' oivU and political emancipation of the Hebrews. . In 1871. on th resignition of Count Beast bs became Minister of Foreign Affairs and premier of the entir empire, and as sncb attended the Benin Congress of 1878. rearing in the follow. tog year ia oonseqaeooe of hie aversion to ths maintenance of fjtaodir rolaliona with Boosts. a feeling which waa perfectly natural with a Magyar magnate. - CABtS FLASHES. - Loxdox. Feb. 1& The Council of tbe lib eral jreueration nsa passed resolutions congratulating Mr. Paruell and his colleagues upon the result of tbe Investigation: resrretting that the authors and all persons responsible for th forgeries were not called to account by th commission, and demanding that tn government offer reparation to Mr. ParnelL Bxxxix, Feb. IK The semUofnoial press ia simnltaoeooe articles has reported the ao- DroeebinsT retirement of Prince Bismarck from hia Prussian offices, and that be will retain oniv tbe office of the Cuanoellor of the Einmre. No great attention has been paid to this, because it is considered tbst so long as th Prince retains th office of Chancellor th administrative situation is unchanged. btvttoabt. ieU 18. Carl Hallbergen. di rector of the great publishing bouse ber. is dead. Loxdon. Feb, 18. -Captain O'Sbea. In bis soil for divoros, has filed a supplementary peti tion which extends tbe period within which tne alleged acts of adoltery were commit tad. la eoaeequeno of till change tbe time for filing answers is also extended. U sue s solicitor. Wontner. doubts whether th oass can be brought to trial before the autumn, : Bzbux. Feb. 18- The otmoaitioa papers are making a great noise against official pressors to elections as exemplified by what General De Terdy du Vernoie said to th Snandau work men who waited upon him on Saturdav last. He promised them that the government would spend 13.UOO.OUO marks in the erection of improved dwellings for workingmen, . and warned them at tbe same time not to vote for the opposition candidates, U his air of buying aoffragos is of course too good aa opportaoity to be lost by to opposition in a not political .arses. Pabis. Feb. 18. Aa inspired article in the Seir indicates that the exercise of the pardon ing power in ths case of tha Duk of Orleans will depend upon th Duk himself or father appealing to President Carnot, ' ' loxdox. tea. is. ib Berlin correspondent of the Asia predicts that th electoral struggls in Germany will be very severe, and that the Cartel party will loss th majority of th seats uey neid in wo last neicnatsg, , CHXTiAxiA.t'.reo. is. DC Nansen. la a lecture here, proposed to employ in Polar ex ploration a siiio soustruated for thia purpose. and upon such a model that th toa-ptneu would lift and not crush her. In snch a ehtp he would proceed to Behriog 8ea and the New sineriaa Jsiaads, whence h thia As tner is a current toward th North Pol. MAT 0P5 IDE DEADLOCK TO-DAT. . Feellag at Dos Malaes that a Settlement As Kemr sS Hud. Dxs Voxxxa, lows, Feb. 18. Special Islt- prassv Ths general expression among the beet informed Democrats to-night is that their can-ens will accept tbe Republican proposition, and that the Hons will be organised to-morrow. They win either accept or reverse it, la which case th asms conclnaioa may bs reached. Ths benators ars bringing strong pressure to bear. a they are very anxious to organise. Th in augnratioo la likely to ooeur next Tuesday. , BC31SESS DISASTERS. , ' BAXCTKOBS.Md.. Feb. 18. A. Brebrae A Co.. importers, H. P. Towles A Bro, furnishing goods, and & A Watch, notions, filed deeds of trust to-day for ths benefit of creditor. The bonds filed are respectively for 924,000, $40.- OOO. and $10,000. Tne parties hare lately na d business relations. Pboviskkcb B. I. Feb. 18. F. H. Rich mond Jk Co.. paper dealers, bars assigned to John F. Himmons. of Abingdon. Mass, No statement of liabilities and asset is svailable. Th firm formerly did a large wholesale bust- i XIW SAILEOAB FOB ILLIBOIS. . Pbobia, BL, Feb, 18. Special Telegram. Article of incorporation war filed ia th Recorder's office of Peoria County to-day showing the formation of a company to be known aa tha Peoria and Eastern Railway Company. It ia pro posed to eonatruct a new road through Tazewell. McLean. Vermilion, and other counties to th btat line and to Indianapolis. Th nrincirjal office will be at Danville. 111. Tbe incorporators are josepn a. Mann, or Aiannlle: .Edward L. Stewart, of Danrills; John A. Glover, of Ur- k ii. . 1 1 . u a w-.-a . . m, iwj niuMn x . - n nr i. oi Vwuampatgn and Frank J. Bichman, of Indianapolis. Tue nrst ooara oi . ai rectors are John Alfred Barnard, of Indianapolis: John A. Glover, of uroana, ana xauioaa x. -btewart, of uannil. Th capital stock has been placed at $10.000., OOO, or 100.000 shares at $100 each. Th duration of tha corporation la stated at fitly year. . HOYE1EJTS OF OCEAX 8TIAX8HIPS. Bax.txxobb. Fela 1& Arrived. ' Minnssota, from London. . , , BovxoaxB, Feb, 18. Arrived, Edam, from New Tork, ; . ' ' New Yobx, Feb. 18. Arrired. Lake Supe rior, from Liverpool, y -. - ' BBXMXBHa.rxx. Feb, 1& Arrired. Folds. irom aew x rx. Havbb. Feb. 18. Arnred. La Kormandie. from Nsw York, ' Loxdox. Feb. 18. Sighted, drnssaisn from nwumiira . . LrvgRroox. Feb. 18. Arrived. Bulgarian. irom oostoa. BICHIGAH ODB FZLLOW IX 8ESS105. IoxiA, Mich., Feb. 18. The Grand Lodga of Michigan L OlGlT, convened ber to-day in annual sesnon, and was ealled to order by Grand Master Gdorge W, Croater. The Grand Master's annual report shews that during th year eleven subordinate lodge war instituted. baring a total membership of orer l.OOO. Tbe financial statement shows th order to be io good condition. ; After the appointment of tb various committees the meeting adjourned till to-morrow.- ' HOT IS THK UTAXCB TRUST. Bos-roi Mass., Fsb. 18. With regard to the dispatch announcing the formation of th Ns- tional Starch Company a Boston man familiar with the business says that at least two starch companies ars not' in ths trust ths American Glucose Starch Company at Buffalo and the Eingaford Company at Oswego. TJKABLE TO AG BEE. MoraexxbO, III, Feb. l8.-Speeial Tela. grain. The jury in the Fiucpatrick murder ease had t-dt be 3 a abU to agree OB a Verdict up a lata hour toBis'ht a A MAN OF OMINOUS NAME. "Dr. Blood" with and His Connection the Sawtelle Tragedy. A Few Facts in Relation to His Brief Career in Chicago. Is the Head of the Butchered Victim in His Possession? - THB CRIME. Th murder of Hiram Sawtelle. presumably by his brother Isaac to put himself nearer a email estate of soms $13,000, is exciting equal interest and horror throughout New England. Th interest evinced ia shown by tbe fact that Boston papers - ars devoting ten oolnmns of space daily to th crime, and tbe horror is natural when tbe ferocious brutality Indulged in ia a vain attempt to hide tne body is eonstdered. Hiram Sswtells kept a fruit store ia Box bury. Mass,,' inherited from bis father, and from ths proceeds of which, be supported bis family and his mother. Last December hie scapegracs brother, Isaac, waa pardoned from the Stat prison, where be bad been sentenced on three indictment for rap. On his release he was allowed to reside with bis brother. whose possession of th business and property is a great source of , heart-burning to th ex-eonriot ... There is now no doubt that Isaac plotted to remove bis brother aad th an tire family, five persona in all, that ha might enjoy th estate. Saturday. Feb. 1. Isaac, by a sobterf age. took on of his neiees, aged 8. to Boston, to Lowell. and subsequently to Rochester. N. H. Hers ths girl alleges he attempted to poison ber. Then be telegraphed Hiram, Fob. 4. that ths child was sick, and asked that the mother be aent on. The father went, however, and was never . seen alive again. Friday, Feb 14, bis trunk, minus ths anna and bead, waa found in tba woods near Lebanon. Me, Isaac Sawtelle waa arrested at Portland. Me,, and the tmlie beside finding blood stains on his cloth ing had no difficulty la ooanecting hun with hi bepthef s arrival ana disappearance at lioch ester. . He feould not bare committed tbe crime without assistance, but hie confederates, wbo are believed to be two ex-eouncte. "Dt" Charles L, Blood, a blackmailer, and Edward RusseiL burglar, are at this writing fugitives, missing from thsir usuil haunts. PART OP BLOOD'S RECORD. Dr. Charles L. Blood, alias Dr. C B. Lewis, alias half a doxea other name, and for whom ths polios ar now anxiously looking as an al leged seoomplics in tb Sawtoll murder, ha National reputation for crooked work, aaya th Boston Globe of Sunday, and has been aptly termed by a police' authority, "ths silkiest and slipperiest confidence man in the business. Blood is now about 56 years of age, erect ia carriage, qaick in motion, with small, sparkling eyes snd a plauaibl manner calculated to win those inexperienced in reading human nature. He is said to bar originally bailed from Ayer. this State, and b claims to bars been tr.e eon of a Dr. Louis Blood, of that town, though people wbo knew him many years ago deny thai bis father was srsr a doctor. About 18G5 Dr. Blood came to Boston from Philadelphia, and boo became known aa an extensive trareler and advertiser and carer of consumption by means of oxygenated air. and baring his headquarters in ths old Congrega tional Library Bui'ding oa Chauney street. His "ads" frequently, took up a page in a daily paper, and be also Issued an advertising sheet of his own, which was sent broadcast through out the surrounding country. About this time be became interested in "laucbing gas." intro duced by Dr. Coltoo. of New Tork. Blood learned the manner of its manufacture, and then claimed to be the inventor of "oxygenized r." Be soon bad an slesrantlr furnished bouse at Na 119 Harrison arenas, and was adrertiamg extensively to cur all diseases of th blood and lungs by means of his "air. and to sell the rights to use his remedy in various Ststea and 1 emtori.s. Blood soon had a rival in ths person of a Dr. Bams, who applied laughing gas under the name of "suoer-oxrzo nixed air." Harris was ou day visited by a man of th name of Car- rm. from Lawiston. Ma., and aaid ne came especially to ges tb benefit of "auoer-oxygeo-ised air." The air was administered, and in a moment Carrill was frothing at tbe mouth and rolling on the floor, spot rent ly in a fit hi agonizing ooo tortious lasting a boat an hour. Finally Dr. Harris sent his patient home, when Carrill called "hia owa phvmcian," who proved to be Dr. Blood. The next day the newspapers described the "poisoning" of a man of th namo of C irvill by th administering of "su per-oxygenized au" ia Dr. Harris' office, and the subsequent relief afforded tha patient by Dr. Blood, The public were kept posted as to tbe continnsi improvement of the patient under Dr. Blood's oar, as well as ths fact that Dr. Biood s oxygenized air was per fectly harmless and w ia administered dUy at Na 119 Harrison aren ue. Carrill subsequently brought suit against Dr. Harris for poiaoniug him, and a keeper waa put in charge of the premise, all of which served to keep th opposition "air" before the public. Harris' oounael adviaed htm not to par th demands upon him. claiming it waa a blaos-mailing scheme, but Harris seemed anxious to settle, nevertheless. The case finally fell through, but Harris was frightened and left the city. All thia took place in tue winter of 1866- tf 7. and for some tim after Dr. Blood con tinued ia high feather. bom tim after he got into troubl with tha United States Government thro ich failure to properly stamp hia patent medicine, and soon alter uisappoired from the city, bis last appear ance being made in the oustoay of two deputy United b tales marshals. ISomsbow or otner be got oat of his difficulty, and turned up in Philadelphia, where he led a buav life for a while. Jo May. 1884. Blood waa brought into tha publie eye again in this city br reason of bis arrest for blackmailing one Ernsat Weber. Boston musician. Blood became aoausinted with a Miss Jeunett Niekerson iu AoriL 1884, and waa soon taking her to the aters, lectures, and almost daily to dine at Young's HoteL II procured from ber. it was alleged, by foroa, an affidarit to the effect that ahe bad been r , lined under promise of marriage -by Ernest Weber, and that Weber bad roil - i ' ii-- lJ -sv w'.'r t.t eraf or Blood, named "Dr. Townsend." - Incited toe affidavit, together with several let ters from Weber to Miee Niekerson. in a law yei'a oftioe in the preeenoe of Weber, whom he 1 railoned to send to State prison unless $4.- wu waa lorucoming. .Weber consul tel the police authorities, who arrested Townsend and Blood, and after a sensational trial they were Lota eon rioted ox blackmailing and aent up for a term oi years, BLOOD'S BRIBP CAREER IN CHICAGO "Dr." Charles L. Blood ran a brief career in Chicago ia 1875-0. and bad an offioe years ago in ths Dors Block, corner State and Madison. It was ia ths days when Col vin was Mayor, and the town was wide open, asms as now. Blood waa a fins looking fellow about 41 years old. six feet high, aod with a mass of black hair. B was a masher, and daily and nightly when not engaged ia bis office he ornamented th corner below it That he wss vain goes with out saying, and his visiting cards in tbe left top corner bors a small photograph of himself. Here is a reproduction of one: A dance orer aome back-number directories. thanks to Mr. Donnelly, placed th "Dr." as follows: 1875. C L. Blood, physician. 38. 77 Madi son sr. . bds. Palmer Hoc so. 1876. C & Blood, pbye.cian, Na 083 Madi son street, - Na 77 Madison street is tbs Dor property. snd st ths tim Blood was there. . as now, Mr. Charles 8. Crosby was the agent for it Said Mr. Crosby yeaterdsr to a reporter for Thb Ixtbb Ocbax: "Why. yes. I remember Dr. Blood, He cam here in tb spring of 1875. snd rented a suite of rooms oa th fonrtu floor. He was a fin looking man aod dressed nioely. H paid bis rent promptly in advance, and always seemed to have pla.ity of money. He did a good business. too. and he had lots of papers and circulars that be would bare diatribn ted, - He seemed to be introducing a new treatment, tbe oxygen treatment, I beliere it was called, and was adrertiamg it prettr freeir. He always did a good bnaiaeas. and after being her about a year he sold out to a man, f doo't remember hi nam, and went away. Th man did not stay ber but a month or so. and tbea moved awar. - A beiieve tnat lit. Blood left tbe city. I don't know where be went or where he tint from - Bat Dr.-C. L. Blood is ia ths directory of 1S7U as a resuieul of West Madison street" "Vteli. I guess yo i'U find that he was not tbe re, bat the man he sold to may bar moved over there and put up th same aiga that wss here, because I am reasonably sure ihat h left tb city when re sold oat to th man. lr. Hlood never bad any trouble bere so fares I know. and when be left bere I nerer heard of him again ouUl you mentioned hia name to mo. , MRS. HIRAM SAWTELLE ON BLOOD. Mrs. Hiram Sawtelle. widow of the murdered man, reached Boston Saturday night, and waa told that the prisoser. Isaac Sawtelle, asserted that Dr. Blood bad borrowed money from Hiram, and so owed tbs latter a considerable sum. "Hiram norer bad any money dealing with Dr. Blood, you may rest assured," replied tha widow. "Hiram wouldn't dream of lending that acamo money or anything. Hiram wasn't that kind of a man. being close ia suc.i matters. Nor would he, or did he borrow money from nr. mood, supposing tnat tne tatter bad it to lend. And Isaac aays Dr. Blood owed my husband money? I am sur that - it ia on of Isaac's bluffs.'' "Did Dr. Blood com to th house often to so Isaac r "Quito often, - I remember that about the first time he came, Isaac said, after he bad goo. There is a man who will do anything for a doliar. " "Were they oat late at night together" "Yee, they were." HAS HE OOTTHE HBADf : Tb following dispatch, sent out Sunday night, is worth reprodaoing DOVEB.N. VL. Fab. 17. What will doubtless prove sn Important oerelopment in the Sawtelle murder mystery has been famished by MrsXhsrles Richmond, who, apoa taking up a Boston Snndar paper thia morning, saw the picture of "Dr. Blood, wbo is strongly supposed to hare been implicated ia the tskiag off of Hiram Sawtelle. " Whr. I know that man." ahe aaid. "He ealled bare s week ssro W-dsv. - it waa in the afternoon-He asked for s room. I told him I had one. but when I looked at his face I ref ased to cive him one. ' He had two bandies one done up in wrapping paper: ahonlj sayitmixht have contained clotaes; the other waa don np in a newspaper, about the aixs of a mn'a bead. He looked inat like tbe picture of Dr. Blood. I seat him to Ir. Hull's." Lsier the picture was shown to Mr. Hall, who recognised it as that of a mas who engaged rooms of him last Monday, bst did not come bsck. Hail also ssw him oa the street that night Tbe Urge head of Dr. Blood, nrinted above. ia an exact reproduction of tha one nrintad in the Boston flobe aod reoognixad by Mrs. Bieh-roood and Mr. Hall A comparison 0f it with tbe small picture of the ooenpant of the Dors Block in Chicago in 1875-6 will leave oo room for doubt as to tbe identity of the two men, is it possble t:at Blood la traveling this way with bia victim a noaa in in possession r WHERE IS SAWTELLBS HEAD Bochestbb, N. H. Feb. 18. Snow has fallen steadily sine midnight and has checked for the present the search on land for tb head of Hiram Sawtelle. It ia probable that th river in the river will be lowered and tb water dragged in the hope of fiudiag tbe head. tools, and clot be. Yesterday th grave where th trunk and leg were found was again thor oughly overhauled, but no trace of th ha id was discovered. Another witness who beard tbe shots was found to-day in tho person of Mrs. Weavsr. who Urea in tb first boas "be yond th wood in which tb shots war beard ny otner. onn Me-ixin, oi Aieoanon. Mo. states he met the team on tbe afternoon of the murder, near the grave; that one man waa driving, and that tn other lay back aa if sick or dead. . ISAAC SAWTELLK'S BAD RECORD. Bostox, Mass.. Feb. 18. Special Telegram. Tb scandal affeoung tba good nam of Massachusetts growing out of tha pardon of laaao Sawtelle by Governor Ames an-1 council baa resulted in the introduction ia th liris latar of a bill requiring petitions for th pardon of - criminal to ba published ia two or mors papers of th Rht for four weeks before any action is taken. Had this been dooe in the o is of bawtelle be wo-ild not bar b n pardoned from btato' a Prison and consequently would not hare murdered his brother. His record was notononalr baiL Tha police, had they been consulted, could hare shown good reason for refusing him a pardon. Tho People who circulated th petition for his pardon were paid tor their Am - h -n , m i,r s employed a puysician .to perform ai abortion j work, and had nodOticiilrr in securing tbe eig-Wiuh bad nearly seat bar bsr kie. A ooiiTcd- ' nature of prominent njonla to th..ir r-titiniL . s5j S CAUGHT AT LAST. tha Man "Who Had Fur- ' e Put in the Carlson i Cottacre. He sntified at St. Louis jxsoa and Lieutenant i Brennan. ' - j Arref 1 by -A i Grea Anxiety Shown by the Pris oner, Who Says He Is J. B. Kelly. IN THE HANDS OF JUSTICE. St. Locis, Ma, Feb. IS. Special Telegram. The Chicago detective who has raads tu arrest here of "J. B. KeUy," has purposely thrown all reporters off tbe track by making them believe tbe man under arrest is Smith, aa told in a report aent earlier It is learned to-night that bs is really J. B. Simonda, the man who bad tb furniture put ia ths Carlson cottage. . Th two men wbo arrived her to-night from Chicago are Lieutenant Brennan, of tbe Chicago pjlice chief offioe, and Martinseo, a Scandinavian, wbo hauled th farm tors and who waa employed by 8:monds They identified the man as Simonda. all statements of toe detectives to ths eontrarv notwitbataoding. He will be taken back to ChicAgo, but th writer can not say positively when. nKXTrynxo thb srspjtcr. St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 18. Press Disvalch. When tJe Chicsgo and Alton train pulled into the Union Depot Lieutenant .Clark and Officer Brennan, of th Chicago Polio Depirtment. wbo knew Keliy. alighted, and. accompanied br Deteetire Thomas, repaired to tb Four Co arte. ' They at first gara fictitious names, but later were recoizad. When Kelly was brought out. both Clark and Brennan nodded their beads and said: ' "Tea, be is th man." When Kelly ws led back to bia cell he waa followed by Lieutenant Clark, wbo had a brief talk witii the prisoner, bat claimed to bare elicited nothing new from him. Kelly was seen after being identified and said: "If ever these men made a mistake ia their lives, it is now. Tbey do not know me. and I do not know them." Later Kelly aent a telegram to friends in Little Bock, notifying them that be bad been arrested for complicity in .th Cronia murder. He also aigned papers agreeing to return to Chi- cago without a requisition. Accordingly tb Chicago detectives, with Kelly ia charge, will leave her for Chicago to-morrow moraine- al ft o'clock., . DETECTIVE THOMAS PRISONER. St. Lours. Ma. Feb, 1 a Detective Thomas.' of Chicago, mads aa important arrest la St Louis last night in tb muscular part of which b waa assisted by tb local detectives. Fries and Ziegl r. Tbe arrest was made at 10 a m., bat tb fact did not leak out until thia morning. At the hour aamed th local detective eould bar " been seen s landing in ths shadow of a big buildings on tba north aid of Pin street, near Fourth, while Deteetire Thomas was scanning faces in tb pool-room located oa tba ground floor of the pin - street aids of th Merchants' Exchange Building. When hia ' ayes rested oa ' a medium-sized man. poorly clad, with a. not attract! v .' countenance, bearing marks of dissipation, tb deteetire stepped up and engaged the party ia conversation, soon ingratiating himself into his good graces, and finally suggesting a trip across th atreot to partake of liquid refresbmenta, which auggeatioa met with faror. and tho de-tec rive and bis game walked out of tb Merchants' Excbang Building and to within a few fest of the St Louis detectivee, wbsn Detective Thomas grabbed bis man by tha wrist and quietly aaid: - ' TOO ABB trxDEB ABKBST.' Resistance would have been f oily oa tbe part of th prisoner, and be offered none. He did not eren seem -to is surprised, but walked to tb Funr Court without comment and was booked, "Held for th chief.' Th work was so akiCiclJy and quietly done by tbe Chicago sleuth that not even the reporters ia the Four Courts Building at the time got aa inkling of what was going on. . From ths Four Courts Detective Thomas went at onoe to th Western Union Telegraph Company and wired the autborittea that he had captured tbe man who had been so earn early sought after ever sines th murder of Dr. P. H. Crania in that city, and asking that parties be aent bar to more fully identify th prisoner. ... 1 Thia morning when it leaked ont that tbs arrest meant that tb mystery surrounding tb murder of Dr. Cronia eould be completely ' cl aired up by th man under arrest, provided he proved to be the proper party and would con fess, there waa a great sensation. It waa at first thought that th suspect must be "Cooney, tbe Fox, but later on it waa learned that tha prisoner was supposed to be smith, daw coooaxni'i raxxxs. who drore th buggy in which Dr. Cronia waa conveyed from hia home to tha Carlson cottage to ba murdered. Tha prisoner gar bis name aa J. B. Kelly, admitted that be was ths man for whom tb Chicago aatbonti bar been look ing for some time, but denied that b waa Smith, and further denied ail complicity in tho. murder. Deteetire Thomas stated that thia prisoner was known in Chicago as J. B. Kelly, but was tne man supposed to bar been known a Smith in tba Cronia enma. If the man under arrest urores to bs th party he is believed to be. then the arrest is ons of tbs most important yet made in tba celebrated Cronia ease. Smith waa the last parson in whose company tba murdered physician waa seen, alive by his friends. And tha prisonsr admits he Is th man whom DetocBvs Tnomas baa bean tracking about th country, while he stoutly denias being "Mr. 8 mlth" of Cronin f ame. Detector' Thomas bad a long talk with tha suspect this afternoon, and when ha emerged from tha cell he aaid that while but prisonsr so stoutly dented being Dan Couzhlin' friend Smith, b wss BUBB HB BAD THB BIGHT MAX. Be had bean watching him for three or four weeks. "W shall bare positive 'identification as soon ss ths men can gat her from Chicago, be aaid. . ' Mr. and lira. Couklia, Dinan, tba lirery- atabls man, and others, described tbe man who In tha baggy aa 5 feet 79 or 8 inches tall, weighing 150 pounds, with dark brown mustache, a sharp, piercing eye, quick ia movement - sad; ahabblly dressed tnr faded brown overcoat. faded pants, - slouch hat, and muddy boots. Th man under arrest answer this deecrintioo in all essential particular. Tba Chiovto authorities long ago located a man whom they believed to bs Smith, and th party under arrest is tbs person. Late this afternoon reporters were admitted to U prisoner's oaU to iatarrisv bia, Wasb

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