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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY APKIL 11 1889.-SIXTEEN PAGES.
\ \ BennisonBros
Justtho thfnq for early spring
wear , beautiful line of colors 42
Inches wide ; same quality sold
by others at fcl.OOr OUP price
Monday and Tuesday 7Bc yard ,
Just to start the season wo will
place oh sale Monday SO dozen
Ladles' Fine Oauzo vests , high
and low neck , long and short
sleeves , at only 25c each.
Monday you can buy a Ladies'
Jersey Ribbed Lisle Vest in pink ,
light blue and drab. These vests
are worth $1.28. They will go
with a rush Monday.
Kid Gloves ,
The best Ladies' Kid Glove over
flffer at the price. Get them Mon
day , 49c a pair.
SCORING STATE WITNESSES.
Judge Baldwin Pleads Strongly For
Miss Bieoblor's Acquittal.
SEARCHING FOR INSANITY.
Showing the ElTorts of Attorneys to
Separate You UK King From tlio
Woman Who Afterwards
' * The Oratory CorntnoncoB.
At the opening of the trial yesterday
.morning General Cowiu announced that all
the testimony ho wished to introduce would
to furnished by ono witness Jailor Miller.
Two tnoro letters were put in evidence on
the part of the defence.
The first letter road was written ut 831
Vermont street , Qulncy , III. , and roads as
follows : My Dear Harry I don't Know
what to maUo of your long silcnco. You
begged mo to come back hero and stay and
bo what 1 had always been to you. I-prom-
ised tli at 1 would. I went to Chicago to make
you marry mo , Harry , as you had promised
to , hut when I saw how much trouble you
had and how you were fixed , I felt sorry for
you and did as you wished mo to. You said ,
'Liliblo , go back , and bo the good , noble lit
tle woman you Imvcl always been , and got
along as best you can until I got thing * fixed
hero. I will write you every day and send
you some money Uvory weou:1. : Take Miss
Sharp to board and just as soon as I can nr-
rangu things I shall hare you hero. " You
said my baby would not DO bora without you
marrying mo , and I promised to give .YOU
tlmo. You promised all this Saturday night
Harry. How am I to believe you are going
to do us you said you would , when I have
boon homo five days and hare not hoard ono
word from you. Do ydU think 1 can trust
you when you treat mo thus ! No , Harry
King , 1 am going to soil my ring and tlion go
to Chicago , and If you wish mo to como back
hero to live , you must- marry mo at ouco.
Thou I shall bo satisfied to lira In a barn , if
I have to , and will trust you then , but this
way I can't. Send mo my ring at onco.
You will hear from me again soon. Always
your true wife , tannte.
Tbo next of these Setters was written to
Henry Woolworth King , the confidential
friend , and Is as follows :
"Ho Know I Would Starve. "
621 VEIIMOST STIIKKT , January 81 , 1887.
My Dcur Friend Yonr good letter of Sun
day was duly received. .1 was so glad to
hear from you. 1 have boon so heavy and
blue , but your good letter has given mo'now
courage. I have not heard from Harry yet ,
and it has mode the sick.- Henry , you say
my visit seemed srf queer to you. Not any
more -than it does to mo. I can hardly bo-
llovo what has happened. It all seams like a
dream to mo , and I think I would feel very
happy if it was all a dream. My poor Harry ,
I did not like him so well until now. Henry ,
lie did not mean to got so much in debt , and
God knows I have worked and saved and
dona my part to keep him from it , but all to
DO good. Ho , would not do as I wished him
to. He would have his own way , and BOO
wboro his own thoughtlessness ba * landed
him. I did not go to Chicago to make Harry
trouble. I went because he was so unkind
to me before ho left for home , nnd because
ho did not write mo. Ho promised to send
ine money by telegraph Monday , and
he did not have any and could
not get any hero , acd ho
] tiew I would starve before I would ask any
of the stttreueepoM hen * to lot mo have any *
thing while wo owed them so much , and last
of all , liecuuso I could not staiui It any long
er to have mfcn como hero and asfc ma for
their money when 1 did not have enough to
buy bread and could not toll when I would
get any , and it
Almost Afitffa Mo Crazy.
Harry has not known how I suffered. I have
never told him , Ho is proud and I know It
ivouUI hurt hi * feelings and make him feel
bad to1 I kept It to myself as long as I could.
I went to Otilaugo to tell him and find oat for
ure what ho was going to do and icake him
SPECIAL SALE MONDAY and TUESDAY
JLS 1'AJiDS FOR
1 CASE STANDARD
6c a Yard.
Just what every lady wants.
75c , 75c , 75c , 75c , 7Sc , 75c
Our entire line of Ladles' French Broml-
clotli Newmarkets , made in the.trry latest
style , vest front , lull hack , in black , navy
bine , hunter's green , tan nnd brown ,
cheap ut $25 , Monday only $15.
MAIL , ORDERS FILLED
marry mo at once if I had to live this way.
but I did not have the courage to say any
thing to him. I know ho was doing his best
and could do no more. Then I saw you and
told you all because I could trust yon and
knew you would advlso mo for the best. I
did not think you would toll Mr. Adams.
Horryand faro sorry you did , but again , I
think it was the only thine : to do , because
if our friends hud not given mo that money
some ono would have found out who Mr.
Lo Gardo was , and it would have gone to
Harry's father and made trouble for us oil.
I should not care for mysolf. [ Then follows
u statement of several bills she had paid the
day before , amounting to flO.SO.J I don't
know how much Harry nut in my book , but
it was not much. When you como back ,
bring all the bills bncic with you. Ask Harry
to write mo , aud let mo hear from you soon.
Good-bye. Always your friend ,
Jailer Joe Mlllor waa placed on the stand
to testify that , on the day of the shooting ,
when Miss Biccblor was brought to the jail ,
her right baud was badly burned , evidently
by the powder Hashes of tbo revolver.
With this the defense rested , the defend
ant or no other witness having boon put upon
Uricf consultation was hold by the attor
neys of each aide as to the arguments.
Judge Graff ruled that ho would confine
the speeches to four , giving each side two.
It was then agreed that Assistant County Attorney
tornoy Etlgcrton should open for the state ,
and bo followed by Judge Baldwin on behalf -
half of the dofcnso. General Co win will
speak Monday morning aud after him County
Attorney Mahonoy. It was flrst agreed that
C. S. Montgomery would open the argu
ments , but after the surprising turn of
things , the failure to put the defendant on
the stand , ho concluded to say nothing and
gave way to Edgertou.
In a brlof , pointed Introductory delivered
to the attentive box , Mr. Edgorton said :
"Tho confidence displayed by General Cowin
1 ast night in his intimation to the court that ,
in all probability , the defense would offer no
testimony , imparted a horrible suspicion to
my mind. Just think of it , gentlemen , as a
basis of suspicion. The evidence shows that
a human being was shot down in the main
boll of a prominent hotel In this city. The
defendant was found with the smoking In
strument of destruction in her hand and an
admission on her lips that she had fired ttio
fatal shot. She has been brought before you
In the interest of Justice. Deliberation and
malice have boon proved. Yet , without ono
word In explanation or mitigation , counsel
for the defense calmly submit Id at they have
no evidence to offer.
"This distrust I have referred to was that
everything was all right In the minds of the
defense or they would not have dared dis
cuss the probability of going to you without
some explanation. 13ut second thought dis
pelled the suspicion , for I knew that thn car
rying out of u farce in this court of Justice
implied the participation of twelve jurymen.
I will not believe without the force of abso
lute contradiction that- people have so
little regard for law as to pass
this ' murder by without visiting Just
r'otribrutlon on the perpetrator. Gentlemen ,
you will respect the sanctity of the oath you
have taken. You have called upon the Crea
tor of the uulvorso to assist you In the dls-
charge of your duty and you must remember
that Ho will expect to meet no hindrance
from you in tbo performance of His task. It
is an unpleasant duty that is imposed on you
and on the state , but wo must not shrink
from it. "
The sneaker thought It a matter for com
mendation that tbo Introduction of tbo evidence -
donco bad been conducted with such fairness
as to call for the saying of but ono exception
to the defendant. Ho urged that tbo absence
of the older King was ample proof of a da-
sire to bury his grief and that it was com
mendable jn a father to use all his resources
to have the law enforced with regard to the
death of hii son.
Kef utitij * the common law marriage , Mr ,
Edgurton went over the correspondence
leading to the agreement of separation and
release and the circumstances surrounding ,
as the ovldcnco pictured ibcui. The forcible
Inferences drawn by Mr. Edgorton from the
release against a common- law marriage ,
which , ho said , called for
More Than a. Jklertf Promise
of marriage and an agreement between the
parties to be man and wlfo greatly affected
the defendant and abe was supported by her
WITH THE BORDER
Wall 3c Roll
r a GIVEN FREE !
Wo still linYC nearly
50 rolls of floured
lluy yonr limiting now
Remember only 12c.
Ingrain Cartels -i9c
Ingrain Camels - 35c
Ingrain Cartels - 40c
Monday , 200 Curtain
Slimlcs , ( feet long , with
best spring roller , all
mndo up complete nt ! )5c. )
Best opaques in all1
colors , cli'g'int dado on
bottom , with best spring
lo'.ler , complete , only
50e ; worth $1.00.
A Kitchen Out , 75c
For the entire combination ,
consisting-of Wooden Spoon ,
Butter Ladle , large Butter
Bowl , Potato masher , Rolling
Pin , FlourScoop , Bread Board
and Sieve , all for75c.
WWPPFT HAN YOU DHPI IP.ATF IT 9
Monday wo offer a. largo line of
Ladies' ! J-coriicr Ulnck Fichus , silk cm- (
broidcri'd corners , nt $1.50 , $ , $4 ,
and $5. All great values and worth
Monday wo place on sale 200 Silk
Umbrellas , paragon frame , well made
and worth $3.00. Quo day al $1.G3
INFANTS Silk Ladies'
Wraps , Jackets ,
Monday , you ran buy an all wool In- Elegant all silk"trimmed with silk , '
fiuits' Long Cashmere Cloak , silk em rhantulr lace on slecVos , collar and down 200 Ladies' black nil wool Stockinette
broidered collar , In cream and tan. Don't front : rich silk ornnm'ents on back and on Jackets. For one day yon can buy them
let the little ones go without a cloak to tabs : the very Intcstj-MOJETTRIMMLNG ; at the low price of $3. '
wear Sunday. . worth $15.
MAll , ORDERS t'III-EI > . MAIL , ORDERS FJfLEI > . HIAII..ORDERS FILLED.
attorneys la her tottering walk to a back
The lungs of the spectators had barely
reached a normal working condition when
Mr. Cowin stepped into the court room and
asked the court if it could ho arranged that
his clteat might remain In the small room to
which sno had retired , explaining that the
open door would conduct the proceedings to
his client. However , County Attorney Mahoney -
honey thought it best to have the defendant
in the presence of the Jury and she was led
hack to her chair.
Mr. Mahoney insisted that the evidence
warranted the conclusion that the resump
tions of criminal Intimacy were always in
stigated by the defendant ; that the dead
mau Harry had confessed to his father and
in pursuance of his promise to reform had.
como to Omaha.
The fact that , in ono of her letters , Miss
Blechlor said she , too , would bo forced to
employ a lawyer , was dwelt upon very earn
estly by the speaker as conclusive that the
little woman meant business , and that her
only object in keeping up the struggle was
based on a craving desire for tnoro monoy.
And she did secure the services of ono of tlio
very best criminal lawyers in Chicago. Ho
advised her , ns the Jury has been well in
formed , to accept the terms of settlement
offered , give up the young man and go her
way. in'fact , ho drew In his own ofllco the
article to which she attached her
imtno , releasing all claims ou Harry
King , and receiving in consid
eration , therefore , the sum of 51,500 nnd tbo
clean liquidation of all debts. The letters
and agreements were all road to the Jury.
The tracody enacted Saturday morning ,
November 17,1688 , the wild Journey made by
Llbblo from Chicago to see Harry , and hav
ing an understanding with him , tholr inter
view witli him in the hotel parlor , and all the
subsequent , exciting , sensational scenes ,
wcro graphically pictured by the lawyer and
attentively listened to by the audience. The
theory advanced as the probable intention of
the woman coming hero at the tlmo was to
Extort More Money
and expose King to his friends in Omabn.
I3ut the program mo failed to work as mapped
"You are told , gentlemen of the Jury , that
King took her by tno throat and. in a fit of
anger said , 'Damn you , I could silence that
tongue of yours forever and end this whole
business. ' Then a pistol shot was hoard and
the next mlnuto Harry King fell u dead man
on the landing of tbo stairway. "
Mr. Bdgerton argued that ttio question of
Insanity could not be taken into con
sideration. That dodge worked years
ago but , in this ( day of rapid advancmont ,
electricity utid "team , the people , as well as
the courts , have become convinced that the
theory is carried to extremes.
The fut fairy wtth gorgeous bangs , chewed
nor gum vigorously and a tall , languid
beauty , in the clerk's box , found were enter
tainment reading tno ' 'Quick or the Dead , "
than listening to the speaker.
Judge Baldwin rested bis ponderous brow
against the table while the prisoner sat with
eyes closed dreaming the struggle of her
"Is It any wonder , " Bald Mr. Edgorton ,
' . 'that , after exclaiming , 'My God , 1 huvo
killed my husband1 after seeing him
fall a corpse at her feet ,
and the horrors of the tragedy pictured in
her mind ; is It any wonder , she is not a rav
in ) ; maniac to-day ? Is there any question
that , If she wcro insane , evidences of that
unfortunate aflliction would bo depleted in
her face and uctlau hero. "
The speaker clJsod by referring to the
conduct of the prosecution in this trial , and
expressions of pity for the prisoner , but
paid her tbo compliment of having as her
defenders two of the best criminal lawors in
'My friend Judge Baldwin will not bo him
self if no fails to make the tears ilow.but 1 ask
you not to forgot the sorrows of those who
have boon grief stricken at the loss of a son
the ogod father ana mother , tbo latter of
whom wo have been told , almost on hearing
the terrible fate or her dear Harry , lost her
reason , "
The court then took a recess until 3 o'clook.
Mr. Kdgcrton'a pathos had such an effect
on the prisoner that for fully ten minutes
after Sheriff Cobnrn wont to load her out she
sat as frigid M a utatuo and could
not bo induced either to move or speak.
Once or twice the muscles of her face
twitched convulsively , showing that she was
struggling to keep from going through another -
other sloifo of byotorics. When the sheriff
finally started out with her , and as they
reached the door , she gave a few moans and
throw her arms about wildly , but soon re
covered and walked on to the Jail.
Judge Baldwin in Ills Defense of Miss
Before court convened this afternoon , Mr.
Baldwin wont back into the private room ,
mot Judge GrofT , and extending his hand
heavenward , exclaimed !
'Remember , Judge , that the eye of God is
on you in this case. "
"All right , " replied his honor ; "but don't
you forget , Mr. Baldwin , that the eye of the
court is on you. "
It was the Judge's opening and as soon as
court convened , ho proceeded on behalf of
the defendant with a short Introductory
with reference to the angry sea , tempest-
tossed ship , tbo never-falling compass , and
the all-powerful laws of Godso fixed and un-
oxpllcablo as to battle the combined intellect
of titis world over stuco its beginning.
"What nro wo doing nero to-day ? There is
on trial for the highest crirao a woman.
Neither she nor any of bnr sex has had
aught to do with the law , or its administra
tion ; nor is there ono of her sex in the
Jury box to try her. She is nt the
mercy of tlioso who cannot understand her
love or make up. "
Mr. Baldwin took occasion to congratulate
the court us a gentleman who , in his Inmost
heart , desires to do what is
right , aud also the prosecution for
having conducted Itself through
the trial In nn honorable manner. "Nover ,
in my experience as u lawyer , have I occu
pied the position I do to-day. Not for this
noman nlono but for ttio great prlnclpa In
volved do I interest myself BO deeply in
this case. On the top of this torn-
plo stands the figure of a woman
representing Justice. Wbv is it that , in
stead of the flguro of noble woman , some
great Judge is not placed there ] "
All ho asked of the Jury was to do rlcht ,
and ho felt satisfied they would speak the
ono word which would give his suffering
little client tbo right once again to breathe
the mi re air of hoavon.
"But , I want to say now , if this woman Is
guilty and must bo punished , it is certainly
murder In the first degree' There can
Neither he MniiHluiiKlitcr
nor murder in the second degree. To ho
the first , the person must bo capable
of premeditation and deliberation. That
Harry King lived and died on tha 17th of
NoVcmber last I shall not attempt to deny , "
and the speaker also udmlttca that King's
death was occasioned by a gun in the hands
of the prisoner. Hoj uskod the Jury to
mentally travel with.him , back through
a few years of the llttlo 'woman's life. Ho
invited them to Imagliio the young wlfo ,
with her head plllowiid'on the breast of a
strong , proud husband ) the bright future
then opening to her , tbjj happy thought of
becoming a happy mother , when
suddenly , through tlio shocking fright
of a horrible > 'dream , her soul
is plunged into darkn'eed , her brain is left in
a whirl aud the monster with numerous
horns enters her bom to drive out peacefulness -
ness , and break up tncso very happy rela
On the proof submitted by the state , Judge
Baldwin said ho was , jvllling to urpuo and
submit tho' case. Hb * Xoo went over the
scenes of the tragedy ; throwing in , of course ,
a few extra touches of eentlmentality. It
was perfectly natural that she should want
a room next to King's and surprise him. But
the boll boy said to her his wife is with him.
Wildly nho exclaimed , "Why , I am his
wife I" Where is the woman who under
like circumstances would not nave screamed
and raved and wanted t6 go tearing into that
roooml This Harry King , who the prosecu
tion claims was a reformed man , was' there
in an improper manner when bis wife came
to see him. Ho finally came out
and met her , and from the
lips of witnesses , testified to by ono
and endorsed by the other , tnat daring their
interview he talked angrily , anil wo have it
from the testimony Introduced by the state
that , wullo ho had her by the throat and
was threatening to silence her tongue for
ever , the shot that killed him wan fired.
There is not a doubt that she shot him , but
where ! The ball entered in the back and
ranged downward. Therefore , if fired from
that pistol , it must hare been hold above him ,
and that it was flrcd near the elevator i * a
fact proven as surely as anything. The hand
that held the revolver was burned. ' They
must have had a struggle , because to grap
ple her throat he must have stooped , thrown
up her arm and In some way the weapon
wns discharged. He ran , of
course , and fell down the stairs.
She ran after him , in that
dazed condition described by witnesses , not
knowing what she was doing. Afterwards
she told her story , and "if you doubt the
truthfulness of that story , gentlemen of the
Jury , I am very much mistaken. "
The speaker thought that could Harry
ICiup's real thoughts have been known on
that fatal morning , tnero is no doubt that ho
would then have willingly taken the advice
of this woman to rely on tils own resources ,
go with her and live a happy life. Ho had
said to her long before : " 1 want to marry
"Harry , do yon moan itj" she asked.
Ho said : "I do. I am the son of a
millionaire , but , Ltbbio , wo will geoff
off down into Missouri and and sign a con
tract more nlndlng and sacred than the ser
mon of any minister or priest. "
They could not live in Chicago , and went
to Quincy , where , ns lias been fully shown ,
they had a happy home , until the murder in
terfered and broke it up. True , they were
poor there , in debt nnd experienced adversi
ties , but she clung to him , and wo have It
from lips ou that stand that she was willing- ,
if she could have him , to do anything and
live in a barh if necessary.
Do you think she would bo willing to
sacrifice everything and starve unless she
was his lawful wlfoj The speaker who pro
ceeded mo referred to the mysterious Henry
Woolworth King. Why mysterious , when
his name Is on tbo information ) They were
going to bring him hero , out dare not because -
cause they know that ho was bound to tes
tify to the lawful uiarriago of this poor
woman and Hurry.
The testimony of Johnson , ns to his con
nection with the negotiations carried on nt
Quincy as agent for King's father , was ro-
viewed. They thought they had trapped her"
nnd him too , but wo have it that afterwards
they were found living together again in
Chicago , and if Harry King's spirit
could bo brought bore now bo would
tell you that the love existing between him
and her was so binding as to defy * tno sepa
rating powers of human effort or human laxv.
It was love , and Webster in his definition
says that love Is of God. All his letters to
her commenced "My dear wifo" and ended
"Your loving husband. "
Then came the second trouble , in which his
people wanted to and said ttiey must get rid
of the woman. But not ono solitary word
baa over boon brought out to" show that
Hurry W. King , Jr. , did not want her for bis
wlfo , or "toll mo of a single tlmo if
you can wnero she has not told tha
truth. " A lot of educated men
got her into tholr power and tried
to make her sign a contract by representing
that Harry bad boon disinherited , and was
worthless , living in Omaha , and would never
see nor. again.
But , flttid she , "I can go there nnd make
him support mo. " Tholr reply was , "Wo
will run him away from there then as wo did
before , and it will do you no good. "
"Who is Luther Mill * ! " inquired Mr.
Baldwin. "Why , ho is the man , paid by old
man Kmg'a money , to draw that contract
and Induce her to sign it , Then lot irfo ask
whether Mills , and such a smooth spoken
man as J. McGregor Adams , talking for
two hours to ono poor , weak llt
tlo woman , could not get her
Into n condition wlioro she would
not know what to say or ao ! No ono know
whether she had read , heard or know what
the contents of that agreement wero. The
only thin ? Adams could remember about it
was that at Mills' request she put her name
to the document. By lyintr and misrepre
sentation , said the speaker , they InducoJ her
for the consideration of $1,500 to sign It.
About that time , they know , Hurry was mar
ried to another woman , but deliberately lied
to this ono about it. The next day she hoard
bo was married and went to bis father for an
explanation , but the father claimed to
know nothing about it and turned her away
with a short uncivil answer.
Then she went to Johnson , who admitted
he bad seen a paragraph in some newspaper
to that effect. Uealizing that she bad been
duped , and in a condition of inlnd uncon
scious of what she was doing , the woman
started as quickly as she could to see whether
it was true that she had boon deaertcd by the
man she loved , and who hud given her every
reason to believe ho loved her.
Scott and Ormsby testified that at tba tlmo
INDIA LINONS ' Yd
Fne owe s , Iflc ,
owe s , I5c ,
me owe s , 25c ,
a e Linens , 38c ,
a e Jnens , 48c ,
a e Linens , 58c ,
Monday wo place on snlo 1 case of the
celebrated Thistle Stunmur Corsets. This
Is the flrst sale of this corset this season
anil all should take advantage- the
price , 75cj worth $1.25. Mail orders
250 Ladles' All Wool Persian Shawls
for Monday only , nt the low price of $1
each. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
and after the tragedv she was totally insaac.
Nothing has boon .adduced to show that prior
to that act she wns not out of her mind.
There Is nothing in our organization or
makeup that will destroy our minds so
quickly as nn Interference in our family and
love affairs. Senator Jones , of Florida , pur
sued n woman to marry him until ho lost his
The judge road from medical authorities
to show the conditions to which women are
subjected , and as proof that while passing
through certain periods many of tnom are
thrown into n state of mind bordering
strongly on that of insanity. He also related
with dramatlo effect number of in
stances personally known to him ,
in which sudden shocks have driven people
totally crazy almost instantly , but , declared
ho , "wo cannot explain them. Tbo question
hero , therefore , is , was this woman insane
when that pistol went offl"
The definition of a common law marriage
wns left with Judge Groff to give to the
"Soon , " declared Judge Baldwin , "I shall
say tbo last word In her behalf that I can.
Others nro coming after who can say more
and say It bettor , but the man don't live who
takes a nioro sincere or caVncst interest in
her welfare then do. "
The apeaitor had no dcslro to press heavily
on tbo sorrowing father and mother , but to
the Jury ho said : "I want you to write your
verdict on God's key stone of heaven , nnd
let the men who commit crime stop their
damnable ways , make them let alonb the
women who are not their wives , and there
will bo no Libblo Blcchlors to haunt them. "
When Mr. Baldwin concluded the court ad
journed until 0:30 : o'clock Monday morning.
At that time General Cowin will make his
plen , after which County Attorney Mahoney
will take a turn and the case will probably
go to the Jury Monday evening.
Nowmcn M. E. church Preaching at 10:30 :
morning and 7:30 cvcningby the pastor , Hov.
J. E. Knsingcr. Hvonlng subject I "Mrs.
Harry W. King-Should She Hangl"
Preaching ovcry night during the week by
First Baptist church Strangers' Sabbath
homo , corner Fifteenth and Davenport
streets ; Hov. A. W. Lumar , pastor ; preach
ing at 10.30 a. in. nnd 7:30 p. m. ; morning
the mo , "A World-Wldo Gospel ; " evening
theme , "Somo Blind People ; " Sabbath
school nt 12 m. ; prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:45 : ; young people's society
Friday evening at 7:45. : All are cordially
Invited ; seats free ,
"Mayor Broutch and the Sunday Law"
will bo the oveulng theme ol Hov. J. B ,
Johnson at the Walnut Hill Christian church.
Unity church Rov. Henry A. Westallof ,
Bloouilngton , 111. , will preach at Unity In
two services. Morning service 11 o'clock ;
subject , "Faith and Sight ; " evening , 7:30
o'clock ; subject , "Things Which Uomaln. "
All nro Invited. _ _
Following are the marriage licenses issued
yesterday in the county co art :
Nanio and Residence. Age.
Nicholas Plea , Omaha . . . . . . . . 45
Magdolon Lowbaclr , Omaha , . . . , . . . , , , . . 45
Frank Duhlquhtt , Omaha . 20
Ilulda Peterson , Omaha , , , , . . . , . , , . .85
Rasmus Hanson , Omaha. . 81
Anna Nielsen , Omaha , , . . . . . , , .23
Josef Pollak , Omatia . , . .28
Josephine Engel , Omaha . 21
James C. Johnson , Douglas county . 25
Annlo O. Anderson , Douglas county . 22
Fred Palm tag , Omaha . 29
AdaMagee , Omaha . 23
Architect Sidney Smith is confined to bis
house by illness ,
Congressman W. J. Connell has returned
1C. O. Cooper general manager of the Den
ver Republican , in In tbo city and stopping at
the Paxton ,
Colonel U. H. Hall and wlfo loft yesterday
morning for Los Angeles. The colonel goes
to hi * now department headquarters in the
latter city , while his wife will visit for a
tlmo with her slater , Mrs. Captain Duggan ,
in Santa Fo.
A large view of the plans for the Chau-
tauqua grounds ban been placed in the show
window of Milton Rogers1' store , where it
will remain for several daya.
OilII OWN IMPOKTATIOtf
Lndios * Fast Black Hose , nnd
every pnir positively gnaranted
to bo nbsolutely last blnolt. They
nro worth OOc , but Just to Intro
duce thoni wo propose to lot them , I
out at OOc pair.
Fancy Striped Hose ,
Lndles' Fancy Stripe Hose , the
nobbiest ono out. They are really
worth $1.OO u pair. Just to crcnto
n sensation , our price will be ,
Monday , BOo a pair.
Children's Hose , 1
4O dozen Children's Full Regu
lar Made Ribbed Hose in blacks
and colors , all sizes , Monday , to
close , 17c pair ; worth 4Oc.
A few more pieces left. You
will never agrain see such n bar-
rain in silks. Take advantage of
it. Only 7Oc yard : worth fully
RAItiltOAP NI3 WS.
Commencing to-day , trains Nos. C and 8
on tha Burlington between Chicago and
Denver will bo abandoned west of Lincoln ,
the fast service"being confined between Chicago
cage and Lincoln. No. 1 will handle all the
local day trafllo west of Lincoln ,
Branch Service Abandoned.
The now time card on the Union Pacific
takes effect to-day. No. 1 passenger is the
only train affected , which will , west bound ,
leave hero at 8:35 : p. m. , instead of 7:53 as
boforo. The branch service on the Blue
Springs road , to that point , has boon discon
The Union Poclflo Is endeavoring to > persuade -
suado the Southern Pacific to put on an ad
ditional train ootweou Ogden and the coast.
All along the Union Pacific has encountered
an obstacle of this kind the Southern Pacific
refusing to make proper connections at
Ogden. It is thought that a deal will bo
Chief Cleric Loom ! * , In the general man
ager's ofllco of the Burlington , denies the
truthfulness of tbo report published in TUB
Dui ! to the effect that a big reduction in the
number of employes nt headquarters was
about to bo made. Ho states that the force
has boon kept down to the lowest number at
all times. However , tbo report to the con
trary comes from a reliable source. There
Is no truth in tbo report In n morning paper
concerning the abolition of the department
of auditor , but tha sub-auditing departments
are to bo consolidated with the auditing de
Mullen for Assistant Auditor.
It In correctly reported that a circular will
soon make its appearance announcing the ap
pointment of Edward Mullen us assistant
auditor of the Uurhngton with headquarters
in Onialia. Mr. Mullen l now an attache of
tbo auditing department
The Union Pacific received a now engine ,
034 , from the Schcncctady locomotive works
J. S. Tobbots , assistant general freight
agent of the Union Pacific , returned from
Helena to-day , where ho has boon In attend
ance at a moctliig of stockmen.
O. M. Ciiming , assistant general manager
of the Union Puollla at Salt Lake , is la
Omnliu receiving instructions concerning the
now time curd on that end of the road. It
Is expected soon that the Union Pnollle trains
will bo run through to Pngct sound instead
of Portland , as nt present.
Tha Hock Island has decided to adopt the
10-ccnt rate on lumbar between Chicago and
Missouri river points. This will give , the
Chicago dealer a differential of B cents over
that of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Tuft rates
at urescnt from Chicago to Onntha nro 10
cents per hundred , and from St. Paul to
Onmba 18 cents per hundred ,
"Women's Vlows ou Politics.
ST. Louis , Mo. , April 0. The Sunday
Post-Dispatch will print interviews on poli
tics with 500 women In different parts of
Missouri. These interviews show that
while Missouri is democratic at every elec
tion , the majority of the women Interviewed
nro republicans. Only a few nro prohibl-j' , -
tionlsts , and not twenty in tha 500 favor full"ft
women suffrage , but qulto a number would
bo glad to vote on license and school quM/
PiiglllHtlonlly Inclined Mllltluinon.
CHICAGO , April 0. Twenty member * of
the First regiment , Illinois Natlonivl Guard ,
who were arrested last night while witness * ' Cir
ing a prize light between two member * of ( he , -r/
regiment , were arraigned in the police court ,
this morning- , and each paid a fine of (1 and. .
Kttund Dealt In Ilia Office.
ST. Louis , Mo , , April C. Joseph J. Mc
Dowell , a prominent iron merchant of this
city , wn/'iound dead in 1.1s ofllco about 1:80 :
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