■ .i ■ n . im i ai' ■ J t í J i - Sault Ste. Marie, Feb. 17.- After being out two hours, the jury in the case of Paccaloni, who was charged with inurdering bis wife, brought in a verdict of not guilty. The result of the trial surprised everybody, as the gmlt of Paccaloni seemed to be a foregone conclueion. McMahon, Oran & Snell, the attorneys for the defense, are the talk of the town, as they not only had to contend with a case that seemed to present no hope, but with a brilliant prosécution as well. The case occupied a week, and the courtroom was crowded to suffocation every day.