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Creates a Decided Uproar in the
French Chamber of Deputies.
MIKISTER M'LANE'S FAREWELL
Strong Evidence Against Mrs. Maytrick in
the Poisoning Case.
IVORS OF THE PAENELL COMMISSION.
A Ty Iirely Attack on the GoTennent In theHonse
A Boulansist deputy caused an uproar in
the French Chamber of Deputies yesterday
by bis criticism of the action of the Senate
in trying the General. Minister McLane
has -vrritten a. farewell letter to President
Carnot. The Paris Exposition was the
cause of a lively debate in the House of
Commons. Strong evidence has been pro
duced in the Maybrick DoisoninR trial.
Pabis, May 28. In the Chamber of
Deputies to-day M. Laguerre gave notice
that he would interpellate the Government
in relation to the delay of the Senate in
making a report in the case of General
Boulanger. President Meline replied that,
-while he was desirous to respect the liberty
of the tribune, it would be impossible to
allow 31. Laguerre to make such an inter
pellation. The Senate, he said, was entirely inde
pendent in this matter, as the issue was of a
judicial character. The Chamber had no
right of power to interfere. JL iaguerre re
ferred to recent interpellations made in the
Chamber concerning the slowness of a cer
tain judicial action. The President of the
Senate, while silting in a case like that of
General Boulanger, was similar to an exam
iuing judge, and the Government had a
right to inform him that the procedure
ALMOST A THBEAT.
If no debate was permitted on his inter
pellation, 'public opinion would severely
judge Parliamentarism and the Chamber
would exhibit a fear of universal suffrage.
These remarks caused an uproar. "When it
subsided M. De Cassagnac declared that JI.
jtfcline had taken it upon himself to assume
the Guardianship of the majority. He asked
the Republic to show some decency, and de
nounced the President's decision as an ig
noble mockery of justice.
Here was a renewal of the uproar. !!. de
Cassagnac, in conclusion, said if the depu
ties retained any feeling of shame, courage
or duty they would vote to allow M. Lagu
erre to proceed with his interpellation. The
Chamber, alter passing a vote censuring JI.
de Cassagnac, proceeded with the order of
the day, by a vote of 308 to 21G.
Mr. McLane, ex-United States Minister
to France, in a farewell letter to President
Carnot, in which he incloses a photograph
of the statue of Lasalle presented to the city
of Chicago by Mr. Lambert Tree, says:
America remembers that she owes France
not only for military assistance which assured
her Independence, but as well for moral sup
port and Generous ideas, and also lor the work
of the missionary pioneers and explorers who
opened to civilization the Immense region of
the great West, a region which is tending to
become more and more the center of popula
tion and Industrial, commercial and intellect
ual activity o. the United States. I have made
a point of recalling this debt of pratitude at
the moment when France celebrates the cen
tenary of the grand principles of social en
franchisement which renewed the whole earth
and whose beneficent effects have made them
selvps felt even in the most monarchical conn-
Some Terr Stronc Testimony Introduced
Airainst ' Wifo of the Dead Man
She Had Any Quantity of Pol.
aon Aronud A Damag
rt fecial telboium to the dispatch.!
JjIVEBpool, May 28. The inquest over
the body of Mr. Maybrick, whose death is
supposed to have been caused by poison ad
ministered by his wife, was begun to-day.
Michael Maybrick, brother of the deceased,
testified that he had visited his brother
during his illness, and had warned Mrs.
Maybrick that he suspected his
brother was receiving improper treatment.
Tho wife insisted upon her right to nurse
her husband. "Witness thereupon sum
moned two doctors and a new nurse. He
also seized a bottle containing brandy and
extract of meat. At a later visit witness
iound Mrs. Maybrick changing the con
tents and labels of medicine bottles. He
-remonstrated "ith her, and asked her how
she dare do such a thing. She replied that
there was sediment in the bottles. "Witness
again caused a change of nurse to be made.
Notwithstanding his precautions, how
ever, his brother grew worse and died in a
(short time. He was delirious toward "the
end. After his death the nurse gave wit
ness a. parcel labelled "Arsenic; poison for
cats." It contained several bottles in which
was a white fluid, and from which the
labels had been erased. "Witness placed
the bottles under seal and gave them to
the police. Alice Japp, a nurse, who had
charge oi the Maybrick children was next
examined. She produced aletterwhich was
addressed to a man named Brierly in Liver
pool, and which was given to witness' to
post by Mrs. Mavbrick. the prisoner,
while on her way to do this witness dropped
the letter in the mud. The envelope was
soiled and witness opened the letter with
the intention of placing it in another
In doing this she noticed that the letter
contained a number of endearing "words.
The following sentences particularly at
tracted her attention: "Dearest, my hus
band is sick unto death. All depends upon
low long his strength can holdout. Dar
ling, relieve your mind of all fear of discov
ery now or in the future. In any case do
not leave England until I see yon once
"Witness, instead of 'posting the letter,
gave it to Edwin Maybrick. After Mr.
Maybrick died, witness found in the linen
closet a chocolate box rolled up in a sheet.
The box beloneed to Mrs. Maybrick and
contained a package of powder labelled
poison. Evidence was given to the effect
that Mrs. Maybrick bought a quantity of
arsenical fly papers and that she apparently
tampered with the patient's food and medi
cines. On one occasion the deceased re
proached his wife, saying: "How could you
do it." Other witnesses testified to the
wire's hatred of the deceased and to her
threatening to give it to him hot for jub
licly upbraiding her.
Work of the .Parnell Commission.
London, May 28. The Parnell Com
mission will adjourn on Friday until June
18. Permission has been given to the im
prisoned members of Parliament, Messrs.
5 Condon and John O'Connor, to come to
Xiondon and testily oelore tne commission.
Mr. Beid, of counsel for Mr. Parnell pro
duced before the commission to-day the
League books, which have been in poesps-
-fi sion of Mrs. Maloney, Treasurer of the
xiaaies x.ana league in unoiin. lie stated
that the Timet had subpoenaed Mrs. Ma
loney, and could have procured the books
oefore if it had desired to.
Visitor Present nt Evictions.
Dtrnx,Tir. Mav 28. TAfht tpnanta on Hie
Luggacurran estate were evicted to-day.
MaUV Fni?lish nnn! Amerinnn -vieffarc wit
netsed the work of eviction.
An Apolo&r to France.
London, May 28 The memorial drawn
up by Members of Parliament, relative to
the absence of Lord Lytton from the open
ing ceremonies of the Paris 'Exposition,
have been forwarded to President Camot
The memorial which expresses regret at the
absence of Lord Lytton on, the occasion re
ferred to, is signed by 263 members of the
THE PAKIS EXPOSITION
Is the Cause of a Lively Debate In the
Hoase of Commons.
London, May 28. In the House of Com
mons to-night Mr. Edmund Robertson,
member for Dundee, moved a reduction of
the Foreign Office vote for the purpose of
taking the judgment of the House
on the absence of Lord Lytton,
the British Ambassador at Paris,
on the occasion of the open
ing of the French Exhibition. Sir
James Ferguson, Under Foreign Secretary,
denied that Lord Lytton's absence was due
to a prearranged understanding between
European governments. It -was the opinion
of the Government that the country.ought
not to have anything to do with the cele
bration of a revolution regarding which
political parties in France remained bitterly
divided. Conservative cheers. 'When a
nation was unanimous in its rejoicings on the
centenary of a great historic event, there
could be no impropriety in the Queen's rep
resentative being present at the ceremonies
commemorating suoh event. Thus. Lord
Beaconsfield authoriled theBritishMinister
at Washington to take" -part in the cere
monies that attended the centenary ot Amer
ican independence. The French celebration
was in no way analogous to that of the
United States. Furthermore, the absence
of Lord Lytton had aroused no dissatisfac
tion in France.
Mr. Gladstone acquitted the Government
of havins acted in concert with other pow
ers in the matter, but he blamed the Minis
try for an error of judgment. He thought
Lord Lytton should have been present at
the opening of the exhibition. After fur
ther debate Mr. Kobertson'sjnotioa was re
jected by a vote of 283 to 190.
Flames Destroy Life and Properly.
5 Vienna, May 28. A conflagration in
the town of Podhajce, Galicia, has destroyed
GOO houses, a church and a synagogue, and
caused the lo&s of many lives. Twelve
corpses have been extricated from the ruins.
He Gets a Light Sentence.
Pakis, May 28. Perrin, the man who
fired a blank cartridge at President Carnot
on the eve of the opening of the Exposition,
has been sentenced to four months' im
prisonment THE MARINE KNOCKED OUT.
Thirteen Lively Hounds Foncbt Between
LaBInBCbe nnd the Philndeiphian.
San Feajccisco, May 23. The first of a
series of contests for the middle-weight cham
pionship of America, to be given at the rooms
or the California Athletic Club, took place
to-night, in a battle between George
LaBlanche, of Boston, the Marine, and Mike
Lucie, of Philadelphia. The flcUt was to a
finish, Marqifis of Queensberry rules.
Tho fieht was interesting from the
start, bnt LaBlanche had the best
of It. Inthetwelfth.ronnd LaBlanche forced
the fightinc, giving Lucie right and left band
ers in the face. Lucie broke cronnd and La
Blanchetfollowcd him around the ring getting
some good blows. Lucie fell, bnt rose a second
before the round closed, dazed with a left
bander in the eye.
The thirteenth and) last round found Lucie
eroscv. and iu this round the Marine knocked
him flat on his back with a light right-hander.
Lucie arose at the expiration of ten seconds
apparently uninjnrcrl, but the fight had been
awarded to LaBlanche. A few heavy blows
wcrestrnck daring the fight, and Lablancbe
had apparently merely waited bis opportunity
to get a knockout blow to end the fight.
The niendtllle Meeting.
Emm, Pa, May 28. The races announced for
to-day were postponed until to-morrow on ac
count of the cold weather and heavy track.
The attendance is very heavy from the outside.
In the pools tonight in the three-minute clas
Mcrtie B was sold favorite, Howard E second
and Alice Rosebud third. In the 3-year-old
colts' race, Hibbard's Don. M. Dickson sold
Sullivan as n Wrestler.
Cincinnati, May 28. John L. Sullivan and
William Muldoon wrestled a ten-round match
here to-night. Sullivan threw Muldoon six
times out of ten. Thp pugilist is in fine condi
HELD FOR COUET.
The Assailants of John Rachnnnon, of AI
leeheny, Have aHeniine.
Mayor Pearson, of Allegheny, held an
important hearing last evening. Three men
were charged bv John A. Buchannon, of
124 Bidge avenue, with felonious assault
and battery. The case is a very peculiar
one and the cause that led to the assault
was not brought out at the hearing. The
defendants were Andrew Gillespie, Edward
McConnell and John Skiles.
On Saturday night the plaintiff and his
brother were called to the door when the
three men mentioned above, it is charged,
abased the former. One of them covered the
two men with a revolver and said he would
shoot, and ordered them to throw up their
hands. The order was not obeyed, and one
of the trio threw a brick, which struck
Buchannon on the side of the head and he
became unconscious. The man that held
the revolver then fired several shots and the
Mayor Pearson held Gillespie and Mc
Connell in $1,000 bail each for trial at court
and discharged Skiles.
WE1TE CAP LETTEES.
Ed Murphy Gets Two of Them, bnt He is
Still In the Ring. ,
Yesterday Edward Murphy, the temper
ance leader, received a letter signed "White
Caps." It was the second epistle of this
nature that he has received. The first letter
contained a number of cards announcing
Judge "White's address, around which, in
red ink, were printed several allusions com
paring the Judge and Mr. Murphy as being
two of a kind.
A rudely 'drawn skull and cross bones
ornamented one of the cards, and another
bore sketches of two men swinging from
callows. Beneath one was written "Judge
"White," and beneath the other "Ed
. Decoration Day.
Gallery open at 68Federal st., Allegheny.
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ing to easterly; a
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West Virginia, fair weather, followed by
showers Wednesday night; easterly winds,
cooler, followed by stationary temperature.
PrrrsBUBQ, May 28, 1SS9.
The United States Signal Service officer in
this city tarnishes the louowing.
8:00 A. V
12:00 a. V
1:00 P. at:
2:00 P. it
8.00 P. M
Maximum temp.... H
Minimum temp.... 52,
4.8 iwi; a rise of 0.6 feet in 21
tEFECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THX DISFATCIt.1
Brownsville River 7 feet 2 inches; sta
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A HOMDAf FOR CARRIERS.
Only One Delivery Will be Made by Letter
Carriers on Memorial" Dny.
The following notice has been sent out
.by the postoffice authorities: "Carriers
will make one delivery on Thursday morn
ing (Decoration Day) after the arrival of
the Eastern mail and will make regular
Sunday collections. Carriers' window will
be open from 620 to 1050 A. 21. and from
4 to 5 P. at. General delivery from 7 to
1020 A. Jl.; stamp window from 7 A. M. to
1220 p. m; money order and register will be
closed all day."
IN the purchase ot silver, taste
strongly favors the selection of
modern ware in the early En
glish designs. The best speci
mens are reproductions, "which,
although of recant date, preserve
accurately and faithfully the spirit
of former centuries.
Notable among our extensive
collection of rare designs in silver
are copies of very old and beauti
ful salad bowls, strongly realistic
in treatment, and a curiosity in the
form of a fantastic Arabic ewer,
very suggestive in its oriental
Our silver is packed carefully
and sent to intending purchasers
in any part of the United States
on examination, reference being
THEODORE B. STARR,
, 206 Fifth avenue,
Madison Square, New York.
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CURED OF DYSPEPSIA AND
Mrs. Dr. Crosslcy. one or the Consulting Physi
cians at the Catarrh and Dyspepsia Institute, 323
What hundreds of people say must be true,
and now Miss Mada Frittch wishes to tell what
has been done for her. Her stomach had
caused her untold suffering and pain for years,
her appetite was poor, and she experienced
such a burning and distressed feeling in her
stomach. Although she tried" to be careful of
what kinds of food she ate, yet nothing wonld
remain oc her stomach, for she wonM vomit u"
her food regularly within half an hour after
eating. Tho catarrhal secretion that formed
in her head caused much pain over her eyes,
and she was almost constantly trying to raise
the tough, tenacious mucus that kept dropping
from her bead into her throat. Her bowels
were costive, and she was very nervous. She
began treatment with the physicians of the
Catarrh and Dyspepsia Institute at 323 Fenn
avenne on March 11, and on May 15 declared
herself cured. She says: "I wish to state to
the public and my many Iriends that I have
been cured of this dreadful disease, dyspepsia,
and gladlv recommend these physicians to
others suffering from these diseases. I here
by sign my name.
"MADA FRITSCH, Economy, Pa." "
Save you been watching tho cures that the
physicians of the Catarrh and Dyspepsia Insti
tute have been publishing for the last year?
Have yon called to satisfy yourself that they
have cured these people, wnose testimonials
they have printed from day to day? If not, do
so: investigate what they are capable of doing
for others, and then call on them and they will
tell you what they can do for yon. Do you
know why tbey invite sharp criticism on their
work? It is because tbey know what disease
they can cure and have no other way to abso
lutely prove their success than by referring you
to tho hundreds whom they have cared. Re
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We've just received another case of those wonderfully beautiful Brocade and plain Beiges
for combination purposes; they caused a big sensatiqn last week at 12c a yard, real value 20c.
Then we'Ilshow you the loveliest line of oS-mcu Henrietta Cloths in all shades at 35c a yard;
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$10 for 20 yards substantial ingrain Carpet.
$6 50 for a charcoal lined, solid comfort Refrigerator
$10 for a substantial "good rest" Bed Lounge.
$10 for .a veneered panel, ornamental Wardrobe.
$40 for a solid walnut frame Parlor Suit.
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lien's Brussels Carpet Slippers, 35c
1 Women's Kid Opera Slippers, - - 60c
Women's Peble Goat Ties, - 76c
Women's Dongola Kid Button, - $1 25
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Gents' Seamless Tip Bate, - 1 00
Gents' Sewed Dress Shoes, - - 1 50
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Notwithstanding the cool weather ot tbo
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A Spontaneous Uprising of Purchasers. - T-
Great $10 Men's Suit
Sale Has Taken
The Town by Storm.
From all parts of the city and surround
ing country the people come to take advan
tage of this remarkable bargain sale. The
news travels like a wild fire that Kauf
manns' are selling genuine $i8- and $20
Suits for $10. Everybody who buys one
of these suits goes home delighted with
his bargain and tells his friends and neigh
bors about it They, too, come and pur
chase, and, in turn, send their acquaintances
who also make a bee line for the wonder
ful $10 Suit sale and return home all smiles
and packages. Thus the multiplying pro
cess keeps on, and every hour the rush in
creases. There'll be no let up, either, until
every one of these fine $10 Suits has been
disposed of. These goods, as previously
announced, were purchased by us from a
largely overstocked manufacturer of fine
clothing. The price we paid for them aver
ages $9 25, which actually is less than the
value of the material and trimmings of each
suit. Seventy-five cents is all we expect to
make per suit, hence $10 is the figure at
which we offer you choice from the entire
line. Some of the very best patterns and
styles are still here, but don't delay, if you
want them, as the rush is big, and there is
no telling how soon these wonderful bar
gains will be sold. A few days, at the fur
thest, will finish them.
To give you an idea of what these suits
are we need only say that they are made of
such choice and fashionable materials as
Wide Wales, Scotches, Pinhead Worsteds,
blue, black and brown Corkscrew Worsteds,
light, dark and medium stripes, checks,
plaids and mixtures, etc. There are suits
turned out daily by the Pittsburg merchant
tailprs "at from $30 to $35 which are not
one whit better than these goods at $10.
Depend upon it this is the chance of
chances, the opportunity of opportunities
for gentlemen in need of suits. Every man
should avail himself of this offer. They
are suits cheap enough fox the laborer and
fine enough for the banker. Let nobody,
therefore, stand back.
A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT.
THIS IS THE WORD:
FIFTH AVE. and SHITHFIELD ST.
THE MOST PROGRESSIVE CLOTHIERS OF THE AGE.
-fcfi-Store Open Decoration Day Till Noon.
Fair white hands.
Soft healthful skin.
"PEARS' Tha Great English Cmpfefiin SOAP.-SaldEmjiHrc
D. TAYL0R&C0.'S STOCK
TOILET, TEA AND DINNER SETS,
R F. WALLACE & CO.'S,
211 Wood Street, 102 and 104 Third
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