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Sir Charles Eussell Opens the Case
in an Eloquent Address.
THE GOVERNMEKT IS ARRAIGNED.
General Boulanger is BelieTed to HaTe
Hastily Fled From Paris,
IK OEDEE TO ATOID COMIKG AEEEST.
The Members cl.tbe Patriotic Leaffne Assert Their
Innocence of Treason.
The Parnell Commission resumed its sit
tings yesterday. Sir Charles Russell
opened the case in behalf of the Irish
leader. A sensation has been caused by the
report that General Boulanger has fled from
Paris to avoid arrest. The members of the
.Patriotic League were arraigned in court.
The State Council of Holland has asked for
X- a regency.
1BT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.:
I-Ondox, April 2. Copyright The
Parnell commission court was crowded to
day to hear Sir Charles Eussell's opening
speech for the Irish members. The speech
is destined to be historical and to take the
highest rank in the annals of forensic ora
tory. The impeachment of the Times
was a magnificent piece of indignant
and sarcastic eloquence, and the denuncia
tion of the infamous manner in which the
Times, assisted by the machinery of the
Government, manufactured the case against
the representatives of Ireland and endeav
ored to perform the impossible task of draw
ins an indictment against a nation were de
nounced in scathing terms which will be
quoted in the pnges of some future Macau
lay. The historical review of English tyranny,
although dating back only to 1782, and of
Imh agitation and agrarian crime, held the
crowded court in breathless attention for
several hours. To-morrow Mr. Eussell will
commence the yrosaic work of analyzing
the rimes' evidence in detail, and the task
will probably occupy three days. His re
marks thus far have been characterized
with singular moderation.
He declared that the testimony of the 340
witnesses produced by Attorney General
"Webster, leadingcounsel for the Times,
was irrelevant. He admitted that crime
prevailed in Ireland to a greater or lesser
degree, and said that the collapse of the
rimes' case in the matter of the alleged
Parnell letters abolished tfie pith and mar
row of the inquiry. He declared that
thoughtful minds were convinced that the
time had come to try the experiment of
home rule in Ireland.
Almost as mnch interest is taken in the
contest for the seat made vacant by the
death of John Bright, as in the proceedings
of the Commission. Mr. "William Phipson
Beale, a barrister and a Home Ruler, will be
a candidate in behalf of the Gladstonians.
Lord Randolph Churchill has declined to
stand for the Conservatives. The eldest son
of John Bright will be the Unionist candi
date, THE LEAGUE IS AEEAIGNED.
A Number of (lie French Patriots Defend
Themselves In Court.
Pabis, April 2. Senator Xaquet, Depu
ties Laguerre, Laissant and Turquet and
M. Paul Derouelde, the leaders of the
League of Patriots, were arraigned for
trial before the Correctional tribunal to-.
day. The courtroom was crowded with'
spectators. M. Deroulede, addressing the
Court, stated that the objects of the League
of Patriots were not of a secret character.
He claimed that the use of the word"mobil
ize" in a communication to members of the
league did not prove the existence of a mili
Notwithstanding the action of ,the Govern
ment in dissolving the league, the organiza
tion would continue to exist and would show
its full strength whenever and wherever it
might be needed. M. Laguerre and the
other acensed persons followed with speeches
similar to that of M. Deroulede. They de
clared that the motives of the organizers of
the league were of a purely patriotic nature.
A EEGEKCI IS WASTED.
The King of norland Offlclally Declared
Unfit to Rule.
The Hague, April 2. In Parliament
to-day the Prime Minister received the re
port of the court physicians on the King's
condition, which stated that His Majesty
was suffering from chronic diabetis or
Nephritis, and was unable to fulfill the
duties of a sovereign. The Prime Minister,
after reading the report, announced that the
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Council of State, in view of the King's
condition, asked Parliament to consent to
the establishment of a regency. A decision
on the subject will be given to-morrow.
BOULANGEE HA8 SKIPPED.
The Paris Police Mystified as to His Pres
Pabis, April 2. The installation of the
new Procurer General has been fixed for
Thursday next. Immediately after assum
ing his new duties M. Beaurepalre will be
requested by the Government to institute
proceedings against General Boulanger.
The Cocarde says that General Boulanger,
being warned yesterday that the Govern
ment was preparing for a coupe, arranged
so that he should not fall into the Govern
ment trap, and left the city. The police are
"The General," adds the Cocarde, "will
appear when duty requires him. It is our
impression that he has hidden himself tem
porarily, perhaps in Brussels." Various
other accounts assert that General Bou
langer entertained the Patriot Leaguers
who called upon him at dinner, but that he
denies himself to visitors.
HELP FOE THE AMERICANS.
The Governor of New Zealand Has Provided
a Small Vessel.
Auckland, April 2. The Government
of New Zealand has placed the steamship
Hinemoa, a vessel of 512 tons, at the dis
posal of Admiral Kimberly in consequence
of the loss of the American men-of-war at
Samoa, dnring the recent hurricane there.
The British cruiser Bapid. of 1,420 tons,
and mounting 12 guns, has sailed hence for
Samoa. One hundred and twenty officers
and men belonging to the German war
ships wrecked at Samoa have arrived here
en route to Germany.
IRany Nihilists Arrested 1b Rossla.
London, April 3. Many Nihilists have
been arrested at Vilna in Russia. It is
learned that the bombs discovered at Zurich
were intended to be used during the Czar's
visit to Berlin. Thirteen more arrests have
been made in Zurich in connection with the
discovery of secret bomb manufacturing
there. Three of the prisoners have escaped.
A NEW PENSION DECISION.
Secretary Bnssej Stakes an Important Ruling-
la Bis Department.
"Washington, April 2. Assistant Sec
retary Bussey of the Interior Department,
has rendered a decision in what is known as
the Ammerman pension case, in which he
overrules that of his predecessor, Judge
Hawkins. The question in the case was
whether or not the claimant was in the line
of his duty when he received the injuries
for which he claimed a pension. Ammer
man was a soldier in a regiment of Ohio
volunteers, and' one day in the fall of 1868
was standing in front of his tent. Several
of the men were engaged in a general frolic,
nearby, and one of them,leaving the others,
came up to Ammerman and engaged him in
conversation. While his attention was thus
attracted.another kneeled down behind him
and his comrade pushed the soldier back
ward, after the fashion of small boys. Am
merman broke several bones around his
shoulders, and has since suffered greatly
from the injury.
The claim was rejected on the ground that
the injury was not received while the sol
dier was in the line of his duty- Bussey re
versed the ruling of the office in this case,
and ordered the claim of Ammerman ad
mitted. His position was that the claim
ant's injury was connected as a result with
his military service, in that the service
placed him in a position where, without
fault on his part.he received his hurt. Am
merman, it is said, -will now receive a large
snm as arrears pension.
WILL LEAVE THE X. OF L.
McBrido Will Not Wntt to be Kicked Oat
A Pittsburg Convention.
tSTECIAI. TELZOSAX TO THE DISPATCH1
Columbus, O., April 2. Patrick Mo
Bride, Financial Secretary and Treasurer of
the Miners' Progressive Union, has decided
to withdraw from the Knights of
Labor, and has written his resignation to
the local assembly at Mahanoy City, Pa.,
of which he is a member. Mr. McBride
says the assembly wanted him to remain in
the order. He prefers to leave quietly,
however, rather than be kicked out
The officert of the N. T. A. 135, K. of L.,
have received notice from the operators in
the Indiana block coal fields that the pres
ent prices of mining will be maintained un
til May 1, all of the operators having
agreed to this course.
John D. Conway, President of Division
4 of the Miners' Progressive Union, has
issued a call for a convention of miners of
Western Pennsylvania shipping coal west
by rail at Pittsburg, April 4. The object of
the convention is to hear what action has
been taken upon the circular issued by
National President McBride asking the
miners to name the price for mining coal for
the coming year.
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1MP0ETANT OFFICES TO FILL.
Qnlto a Number of Good Thins Yet to be
Washington, April 2. There are a
number of important officesyet to be filled
by nomination of the President, and ap
pointment by heads of departments. These
include the following: Justice of the Su
preme Court, Solicitor General, Commis
sioner of the General Land Office, Commis
sioner of Indian Affairs, Public Printer,
Superintendent of the Bureau of Engrav
ing and Printing, Minister to Germany,
Minister to China, Consuls General to Liv
erpool and Paris, and all the Consulates,
the officers of the District of Columbia, in
cluding two Commissioners, Marshal, Re
corder of Deeds, and Register of Wills, two
Civil Service and one inter-State Com
merce Commissioner, local officers at New
.York and Philadelphia, Postmasters, Collec
tors and Surveyors of the Port, etc
This list is sufficients keep theplacehunt
ersin Washington for several weeks yet, and
they will be accompanied by Senators and
Representatives who are not satisfied to leave
the selection of the fortunate nominees to
the Executive Department without their
advice and suggestion.
To-dav's developments indicate the office
of Public Printer will be bestowed upon
none of the gentlemen who have been so far
named in connection with it.
SENATOR INGALLS TWICE SWORN.
To Avoid Any Controversy He Takes Two
Oaths as Senate Presiding; Officer.
Washington, April 2. When Senator
Ingalls was chosen President pro tempore
to-day, upon the retirement of Vice Presi
dent Morton from the Senate, the oath was
administered to him by Secretary McCook.
This was done by that officer under the
terms ot the statute of 1876, which author
izes the Secretary or chief clerk to adminis
ter oaths to officers of the Senate or to wit
nesses. Alter the Senate had gone into ex
ecutive session, Senator Hoar raised the
question of competency of the Secretary to
administer the oath to the President pro
tempore, he suggesting that it ought to be
done by a Senator, in order to fulfill the
exact requirements of the case.
Thereupon, in order to satisfy everyone
although Senator Edmunds, generally ac
cepted as the authority of the Senate on
such matters, expressed the opinion that
Secretary McCook's oath was amply suffi
cient Senator Sherman administered the
oath to Senator Ingalls and business pro
ceeded. FLORIDA IS KICKING..
The Legislature Favors d Popular Tote In
Tallahassee, April 2. The Florida
Legislature met in regnlar session at noon
to-day. General J. B. Wall, of Tampa,
was chosen President of the Senate, and Dr.
J. L. Gaskins, of Starke, Speaker of the
House. In taking his seat the lat
ter made a brief speech, in which
he said: "I cannot, believe it was
ever the intention of Jefferson that any
man receiving a majority of the votes of
the whole people should not take the posi
tion of President of the United States, yet
the startling fact confronted us that Cleve
land received 98,000 more votes than hjs op
ponent and still is not President. It is the
duty of the Florida Legislature to inquire
into and correct this defect in the national
organism in so far as it can."
The sentiment was greeted with wild ap
plause, and is regarded here as the first
State gun fired in behalf of the popular
election of President.
THE COST OF LEGISLATION
Expenses Mountlm Kapldly Where the
State's money Is Deposited.
rsrxciAi. nuaiu to the DisrATCn.i
Habbisbubg, April 2. The monthly re
port of the State Treasurer shows that
234,907 have been advanced to members of
the Legislature and employes, which is
more than half the amount which, will be
due them at the close of the session. The
rest of the'money in the general fund of the
treasury, which amounts to $1,524,523 50, is
deposited in 11 banks, mainly in. the follow
ing: Farmers and Mechanics' National, Phila
delphia. $284,651 89; Peoples', Philadel
phia, $258,218 86; Allegheny National,
Pittsburg, $204,378; Commonwealth Guar
antee Trust and Safe Deposit Company,
Harrisburg, $203,204 54; Economy Savings
Institution, Beaver Falls. $100,000; Dela
mater & Co., Meadville, $75,000.
STANLEY MATTHEWS' WILL.
The Late Jnsllce Leaves His Possessions to
His Wife and Children.
Washington, April 2. The will of the
late Justice Stanley Matthews was filed for
probate to-day. It is dated the 23d day of
June, 1886 the date of his marriage, which
fact he mentions. It stated that his wife is
fully entitled, as against him and his repre
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sentatives, to all the property which was'
hers before marriage.
All his property is left to his wife and
children, there beirfg no public bequests.
THE DAEK" DEEP SEA.
Tho Depth to Which Daylight Will Pene
It has long been known that the daylight
cannot penetrate for any great distance into
the depths of the sea or pur deeper lakes.
There has been, however, much discrepancy
in the results of experiments. A Swiss.in
vestigator, M. Asper, has rScentlycomhined
his researches with those of Prof. F. A. For
rell, and come to some interesting conclus
ions concerning the penetration of daylight
into the waters of the Swiss lakes. The
method of the experiments is interest
ing. By means of a. somewhat compli
cated apparatus, a rapid gelatine-bromide
plate was, with proper protection, lowered
to the depth desired, exposed for 10 minutes
and then withdrawn for development. The
results of several trials appear to establish
the general conclusion that in the Lake
Geneva in the month of September the
amount of daylight at the depth of 170
meters below the surface is about the same
as the light perceived of a clear night when
there is no moon. Similar experiments
carried on in the Mediterranean appear to
show that In the middle of a bright sunlit
day perfect darkness is attained at the depth
of 400 meters.
Thus at less than 1,300 feet we probably
pass below the level where sunlight has any
sensible influence on the life which the
waters contain. As most of the sea floor
probably more than 19-20ths of its area has
a greater depth than 1,300 feet, we may as
sume that in general the life of the sea bot
tom has to live in utter darkness, a gloom
practically as deep as that of a cavern. As
over half the earth's surface is toveredby
water to a greater depth than 1,300 feet, it
follows that more than half of the earth re
ceives no direct effect from sunlight The
experiments on Lake Geneva appear to show
a seasonal variation in the transparency of
the waters, there being a difference of 20 or
30 meters in the penetration of light, the
sun's rays attaining the greatest depth in
March and the least in August. The differ
ence in the penetration of light into the
waters of the Mediterranean and those of
Lake Geneva appears to indicate that the
latter basin contains in its waters, despite
the apparent clearness of the fluid, a certain
small amount of organic or inorganic mat
ter. Acquainted With Their Flavor.
Leader of Arizona Kegulators If you
you have anything to say "before we string
you up we will give you five minutes.
Victim -You are about to lynch an inno
cent man, gentlemen. Upon my soul, you
are! I am not a horse thief, but an honest
man that works for a living. I am a Tuc
son cigar manufacturer. Ask Colonel All
gore it I ain't.
Leader Did you make those cigars that
Colonel Allgore was handing round among
the boys just before election?
Victim (eagerly) I did, sir.
Leader (sternly) String him up, boysl
A Blizzard In the Northwest.
St. Paul, April 2. Reports from vari
ous sections of Minnesota and Dakota say
that severe gales are raging. At several
places houses were unrooted and much
damage done. At other points the air was
filled with sand and dust.
Will Argue for the Corporations.
rSFZCIAI. TKLEOBAU TO TBI DISFATCH.l
Habrisbubg, April 2. M. E. Olm
stead will appear.before the Senate Finance
Committee to-morrow, to argue on the
general revenue bill, in behalf of the cor
HEWS FROM THREE STATES.
Condensed Special Dispatches From the
Surrounding Towns The Neighborhood
at a Glance.
Ground has been broken at Beaver Falls
for the new works of the Union Drawn Steel
Judge Kennabd Snod grass, of Parkers
burg, was struck by a train yesterday and
probably fatally injured.
An attempt was maae to burglarize the bank
of John Conway & Co. at Rocr ester, but the
robbers were scared away before getting any
Prohibition seems to have been given a
black eye in the local Ohio election. At East
Liverpool, WeHsville, Bamesville and Salem,
all now under local option, councilmen were
elected who favor the repeal of the measure.
Harry L. Hogue, of Greenville, was in
stantly killed late last night at the Fostoria
Electric Light Works by coming in contact
with the current while repairing a dynamo.
Mr. Hogue was superintendent of the works.
The case of Ben Clark, the third member of
the gang charged with the murder of William
McCausland, of Allegheny, was taken up in
court at Waynesburg. yesterday. But four
jurors have thus far been selected to sit on the
HEYL On April 2, 1889, at midnight, at his
residence, 403 East street, Frank Heyl,
aged 46 years.
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From Allegheny City, on Fittsburg & Western Bailroad.
, Wilkinsburg, 7 miles. Emtworth, 7 miles. City Farm, 7 miles,
Crafton, 7 miles. Verona, 10 miles. Homestead, 7 miles.
ONLY ONE TTAT.V THE DISTANCE TO
Orders by mail will receive prompt
Wittmer Brick Co., 12 Federal
Sharpsburg Agent; R. W. Hezlip, 908 Main streets
Piiteburg Agents: PITTSBURGH CO., Limited
.140 Fifth Avenue,
Goods and Wrap Departments;
vast assortments of seasonable Silks and
Dress Textures Foreign and TnmeHn in-' 7''r
kind -nd quality, and at prices uniformly "'&.?
purchased at. - Cj"-
Ladies' Grenadine Beaded Cane?. .. zft
Handsomely jetted all over, with lacf
sleeves. Special price, ?2 21. . Ai
Ladies' and Misses' real Scotch Cheviots"! '"
walking coat in pretty patterns a perfect Vj
fit and make. Special price, 1 it .
Ladies' Stockinette Jackets, all wool, per-''
feet fit Special price, $1 99.
Ladies' black all-wool Stockinette Coats
a- beautifully fitting jrarm
made. Special price, $3 24.
Ladies' all-wool SprinzNewmarkets, new
shape, in all the new colors; a good-fitting,
stvlish and serviceable garment. Special
price, 59 48.
.2Tetv Carpets. New Mugs.
New Ihniggets. New Goods.
the lowest and don't inrtrft that anwtMnS
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HAMBUKG-AMEKICAX PACKET CO. IX.
I'HESS service between New York. South
ampton and Hamburg by tbe new twin-screw
steamers of 10,000 tons and 11,500 horse power,
fast time to London and the Continent. Steam
ers unexcelled for sarety.speed and comfort.
Regular service: -Everr Thursday from New
York to Plymouth (London), Cherbourg (Paris)
and Hamburg. Through tickets to London and
Paris. .Excellent fare- Kates extremely low.
Apply to the General office. No. 37 Broad war. .New
York. K. J. COET1S, Manager: C. B. KICHAED
& CO., General Passage Office. 81 Broadwar.
Hew York: MAX SCKAilBEKU & CO., SB Smith!
field St.. Pittsburg. mhS3-27-WT
consider the price and terms. ' 'W
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attention. Call or send for
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