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THE OMATIA DAILY BEE : MONDAY , MATIOH 21 , 1892.
WHYIIATTIE SMITH WAS SHOT Explanation of the Salvation Array Trag edy by the Wounded Captain. WOULDN'T ' CHUM WITH MISS BEIDLER BtrmiKoHtory of Ono ( llrl'n Infatuation for Annthnr nnil Jrnlonsy Hint I.rd In At tempted Assassination and Self Murder. Cnptaln Hattlo Smith of the Salvation Army has told her story of the tragedy at the Salvation Army Jnblloo In Omaha last November - vombor , In which she wai shot by Nettle Doidler , who , after committing the deed , teen lior own Itfo. The tragedy cnmol n profound sensation attbo time. Many of tbo features of It were peculiar. Thn Bolalor girl , prior to her double crltno , cave no Intimation of her In * tontlons that were consldcroj worthy of at tention nnd all ofTorts to show a cause for her crlmo wcro futllo. Captain Hattie Smith has recovered from the effects ot her wound mid nt a Salvation army mooting at Ottumwu , la. , the other night BUVO her version of the affair. It was a strongo story. Ihnt woman should fall desperately in love with man and murder her rival. Is commonplnco : that u male lover should decide to kill bis Inamorata bccatuo shu refuses to marry him on account of the old folks U simply "opening the chestnut burr ; " but that ono woman should booomn In fatuated with another , that rather than to llvo without her , she would kill her nnd then end bor own life Is a disorder ot the brain the mystery of whloh the ordinary psycholo gist or anatomist does not dare to probo. Allco Mitchell nnd Ficaa Word , prin cipals In the recent Tennessee trnj- ody , were wealthy and had social promi nence. Hattie Smith nnd her wou'd-bo murderer hod neither. Yet the same species of insanity made victims of both. Of Courno hhn'n Ulnil , Recounting her story , Captain Smith said to the army : "I am very glad to bo with you tonight and to bo able to toll you the truth of this terrible event whloh happened a few months ago in Omaha , Nob. "la the llrst plnco this Miss Nettle Boldlor , who committed thlo terrible crlmo , never had any connection with the Salvation army in nny way other than to simply attend our meetings , us nuy other disinterested per son might do. "Tho flrat tlmo I over saw Miss Boldlor was in .luly last , wnon the Salvation Army divisional brass band was In Council Blurts holding a series of special meetings la a tent there. I had charge of the Council Bluffs Corps of the army nt that time. I saw Miss Bofdlor como into the largo tent and sit down near the center. She looked rather sad nnd so I went to her and asked her If she was n Christian. " 'No , ' said she , 'but I would llko to bo.1 "I tola her if f ho was willing to glvo up her sinful ways nnd to serve God He would lorgivo bar of her sins nnd enable her to llvo a Christian life. But sno said , 'Not now , ' and i loft hor. "I saw her several tlmos during that series of campmootings , and often spoke to her and tried very hard to got her to eonsecrato her life to God , but all in vain. After the camp- meetings were over she attended our services In ourhall. She often expressed her desire to bo a Christian , and once arose in the meeting nnd requested us to pray for her , which wo did glaalv , but wo were unnblo to influence her to pray for herself. Ono night she came to tbo house whorol and my sister , who was helping mo in the moot ings then , were stopping , and asked us to Dray for Her. It was vtry late , nnd wo had retired , out we prayed with bor again , and ugain tried to gqfbor down upon her knees , but were dis appointed. , _ Wouldn't Lfiivo tlio Army. "Attbivn short ' \\rno \ licit Council Bluffs nudvent to Osltalo'osa , la. , .nud'took ' charge of the corps there.V'hllo tboro I received two otthjoo ; letters from MUs.tBoldlor , in ' wbiohsh& : always seouioito'oxress | } ) n special utfcbtlbQ for uio'foc'shdsald ! 'Captain , you ere the only person who over took any intor- Q3t in mo , and I would like you to leave the Salvation army and eomo to Council Bluffs and bo my chum. ' I refused and told her I would not leave the Salvation army for her or anybody olso. "Last November , wbon she heard wo were coing to have a council in Omaha , she in quired and found out when I arrived thoro. While I was there sbo came to my boarding place several times to see mo. I talKOd to her about her soul every tltno I got a chanco. but she told mo she had given up all hopes of over bolng saved , so I thought I bad done all I could for her and tried to avoid her us much as possible , but it scorned that she would follow mo around and continually try to got mo to loava the army and go and llvo with hor. "On the Jnst day of the council , 'tho fatal Sunday' after the afternoon mooting. Miss Boidlur sent mo word that she wanted to some mo , but as I was busy I paid no attention to hor. Than she came to mo and said , 'Cap tain Smith , If you nro a Christian , you will como and talk to mo. ' "When I enquired 1 found 6 bo had nothing of Importance to talk about except to try to persuade mo to leave tbo army. Lieutenant Banister , a lady onlccr of the armv , came nnd asked mo to go to supper with bor iu tbo other end of tbo ball. Miss Boldlor tried to prevent tno going by standing in. front ot mo in the aisle anil said : 'You don't care any thing for anybody In the world but that lieu tenant. . ' I said , 'Well , I llko her better tban I do you because sbo is a good Christian girl ' and you are not. ' I'vlt n 1'runcntliiioiit. "Sbo seemed to envy Miss Banister my companionship. After supper I and a couple of other ofllcors wcro Bitting around when a queer fooling came over me , and I asked them to sincr with mo , , , "Tho cross ls not greater than His grace , Tlio Htorm rnnuot hide His blessed face , 1 am hiitUIIod to Know. Thnt with Joins hern below , 1 shall coiniuer every too. " \Vo snng it tovoral times , then Captain Emily Wallace and I started down the street , to wash our hands. But wo hud only gotten to the door when wo found that Miss Bold lor was following us. She walked very close to me , almost between mo and Captain Wai- lacp , untU wo got to the mlddlo of the street. , Thou sbo wanted me to stop and talk to her , but 1 tola her I did not care to talk to bor as , I had done all I could for bor , by trying to got bor to boQotno a Christian , nnd besides that was no lit placa to stop to talk In the tnlddlo of the street of a largo city , She scorned to act so strange that wo quickened our stops , but stilt she kept at our bools. When wo reached the opposite sldo of .tho street , Captain Wallace heard her say , 'I wonder what t have done with ray mittens , ' and Just then she draw n revolver from tbo folds of her plush coat , and tlroa at me. Tbo ball took effect Just on the loft side of my spinal column unu pierced through tno lower part of jny loft lung , lodging somewhere In the body. This was followed by a becond shot , whioh | could hoar go buzzing by my head , . She Ihou turned tbo revolver toward 4ior Own bead ud iirod , striking borsolf in ' tha temple and /ell doad. When I fouiid I -\yaa .shot I ' "alartod to run , hut had only michca thn'noxt corner before my strength s v i.\vay-ttudl. fell lu Miss Wallace's arms. 1 was carried to a drug store ncur by , where I'romalnoJ.a'fow minutes , and was taken to jour. ' .Omaba.Tralulng Garrison , ' and from bora I was , iakon to tbo Child's hospital , ou the corner of Seventeenth ana lodgn Btroel , by prfldr * ofJ ) Q surgeons. l' ' by .tlio Creator. t ' . 'For hours and hours as tlio dear ofllcors rot' ' the winy atpod abaut 010 weeping , it ' 'seemed to everyone present that every mom- eaViAvaa tuy'last , but ( ioti pa rod ; mo. -AiUiougtrtny own tear | mother was hundreds of miles away Mrs. Major Keppel was a UiotbeY to mo. She stood by uio and 9011- stanUy. sj > oku encoring word * of oncour go- mout to luo. God blest her , but thank God tbrougn it , all. I fully readied that Jesus was with jna and that if I went to moot God I was ready to GO , "Ouco I thought euro I was dying , I coined to BOO tbo angola coinlntr into the room and 1 was sure Jesus was coming for mo but juit then I prayed God to spare ino andHe did it , for from that hour I began to pieud. "The. most wonderful of all thin gs was that it was only a llttlo over a week before I could ait up and a few days aora I was blo in go with my mother to my own homo in Clinton , la. "It was not the skill of the nhyiiolan that oured mo for bo gave mo uothlnj but a few toaspoonsfuls ot sweet milk and warm water nnd as I was about to leave tbo hos pital ho satd , 'I fully confess it U'somothlng titgbor than any earthly power that hits healed you , cnptnln. To God bo all the glory r "Tho onlv cause ot the torrlmo event was that Miss Beldlor was partially Insane. " l'T..tTI.1MOVTII IS HlMltV. .Some Talk Atmnt tlio TfiunVlilrh \VII1 Kilter the Nlnto I.CIIKIIC , Pi.ATTsMOt'Tir , Nob. , March 20. Special to THE BEK. ] Ever since the formation of the State league the enthusiasm of our base ball cranks ha * been on the rlso until now it has reached the status of claiming the champion ship. Manager T. M. 1'attcraon hnsalroudy signed eight llrst class players nnd hai wires laid to capture several more. Ho has secured the following players sure and their names nro a guarantee that wo will have winning ball this year : Mnupln. catcher ; Hooves , Ynpp nnd I'ernuo , pltchors ! Gluson , llrst base and change catcher ; MclCibbon , nccond base ; 1'orter , third base ; Kennedy , thlrct base ; Clark , shortstop ; Miller , outfielder , and tiam Patterson , extra roan. Mnupln , our catcher , li ono of the best knOAn players in the state nnd ono of the best known * men In the league. Ha was last season n member of the famous Lincoln Giants nnd of our local team. In addition to bis magnificent catching qualities ho is n line niiin with the bat nnd will bo a tower of strength to the club. In Koovos , vo think wo have secured a pitrhor the equal ot any in the lentruo. Ha is a colored tnau nnd has had experience with the great Cuban Giants. Ho was also a member of the Lincoln Giants and all the ball players horn speak ot him as n flno twlrler. Ho'nnd Mnupln will tnnlto up ono of our ivlnnlng batteries nnd It will bo n bummor.l Goorpo Ynpp , when In condition , Is ono of the best pitchers in the west. Ho last year played with Plattsmouth nnd wo all know him to bo n winner. Hols nlso handy with the sticic. Al Perrlno has the reputation of being ono of the speediest pltchors In the state , and this year ho will put 'cm over the plato swifter than over. Gibson , our man on first , Is comparatively unknown bore , but report says ho is nil right. Ho hails from Fairtloltl , In. McKlbbcn ou second , has made for himself a big reputation with the Hastings team and will no doubt sustain it hero. Ho is , without question , the best second baseman - man in the stato. Porter nt third , baa all the np'pcaronco of bolns an A1 man although ho is unknown hot-o. Ho brings high rocom mondatlons and comes from Pueblo , Cole , whore ho played with the Colorado state league loam. IConncdy , nlso a third Laso- man , is from Beatrice und is another of the heavy weight ball playors. Beatrice wants him again this season but we will nave him , if possible to got him. Clark , shortstop , was second on last year's Carroll , la. , team -in batttnc. Ho comes very well cndorsud und great things are expected ot him. "Whltoy" Miller is ono of our own i'lnltsmouth players , and has had n great big experience iu the base bull line. Ho last year organized the local club. lie Is noted as a terror to catchers , being a cr.ick basorunnor. Ho last year astonished the great Traffloy by stnallng third base on him at Glonwood , la. Ho is also a Una ileldor. Sam Patter > on will play outliold this year when tbo club Is at 'homo but will not go upon trips with it , Ho wns last year the heaviest hitter in tno state and will this year add to his reputation in that lino. Ho is ulio u great pi teller and n ill do much to aid the locals in wresting the championship from tholr rivals. The team U at proiont managed by T. M. .Patterson , who at ono time was the star player of the community but who has since retired and will devote his attention to the management of the team. Ho will endeavor - deavor to secure the best material possible for the club and will make it a winner with out doubt. llanny Daly on .Ills Tour. Tow NloimAiu , Nob. , March 20. [ Special to THE BBE.J Danny Daly ot Omaha nnd young Gallagher stopped at this place and gao ono of the best sparring exhibitions over given around this part ot the country , nnit exhibited their skill to a largo crowd. The first bout was between Smith and O'Proy , 'the. socoud between Donner mm vVesr , the third between Uanny p.Uv und Girod , the fourth between Gallagher and Porrott and the tilth- between Wallace und Cror.in. The wind-up was between Daly nnd Gallachor , and if wns the best of the even ing. Pony Moore was the master of cere monies. Neiv York Won. NBW YdiiK , March 30. The chess matoh between the Manhattan Chess club nnd the New Orleans Chess , Checker and Whist club on ten boards by telegraph was decided nt t ) o'clock this morning in favor of the Now York club by OK to appoints. The match commenced at U p. m. on Saturday availing , the Western Union having connected the two clubs by a special wlro. " Tip" * for Ted y. Here are sorao likely chances picked for today by the knowing ones : nUTTENUIillO , 1. Vocal Harlequin , - ' . Marty 11. llelnlov. X Khaftan Firefly. 4. Innovation Sir Kno. r . Woodcutter Lovelier. 0. Kablan Kassott , or.oucB3rE.-t. 1. Flemlnctpn John Arklns. t ! . lionnollu Colt hlttlo Madam Oolt. II , Klorlmoro Mlddlostonc. 4. llomoL Lee 8. 5. J'unznnco Skeo Gontor. t ) . Question MacUrogpr. All all times , In all places , on all occasions under all circumstances , for alt beaaachos , use Bradycrotluo only. Novmlii. Keno proposes to establish a creamery. The HunVboldt river is now literally ulivo with carp and cattish. Farmers contemplate starting a pork pack ing establishment near Gardnorvillo. One of the seven stores in Carson valley paid 54- 000 for imported bacon.last year , whllo tbo farmers were socking a market for their pork. Klohard O.'MnU/.a pioneer of the 1'aciflo coast , committed sulcldo at Austin , Nov. , by shooting. He wns u resident of Downlovillo , Cal. , in Ib&O , and a resident of Austin slnco 18(13 ( , and was a native of Now York , aced C3 years. < t A company has Loon organized ut Susan- villa to build a telegraph line to Uono oy way ot Amaduo. " Tbo Nevada , California & Oregon railway is said to bo the only road of any considerable length In tbo world without a telegraph lino. An Indinirnrrestod for catching fish in the river was tried boforo. Judge Linn of Keno and acquitted , there not being ovldonco auf- Jiclont to lind a conviction. Lo was ably defended - ' fended by Johnson Sides , tbo Webster of the Piutes. Slaos made an elegant appeal tor justice , acd addrosied tbo court as follows : "What for you 'rest dU man ) Ho no guilty ; ho innocent. Ho llko fcodum his fani'Iy all vfiame as white man. Maybeso ho catchum lutlo pish , I duuno ; but Injun llko make hon est living all same white man , I no nabo what for you 'rest him. L'sposo ho line some pish oat , and go catchum. Government ho say ho proloo Iniun. What .for ho no do It1' ! Judiro Linn could not withstand so forcible an argument and'discharKed the prisoner. 'Utah. The total cost of running tbo territory for two years foots up.$804,630 , A stocl pi pa line for tiio conducting of nat ural gas from Laka Sbora to Salt Laka will bo laid during the coming summer at a cost of t.YW.OOO. Jnines P. Frees , high Mormon counselor , arrostad by United .tilatcs marshals for un lawful cphubllajioa , has been held to. uwalt the Kruno jury's notion. The nrrost of bucb ai | exalted ruler' created consternation In church circles- ' The demo-Mormon legislature 'wontM to appoint the World's fair commission and as sumed that power m a nJoron'tho uppropri- tion bill. The .governor vetoed tbamoaiuro. An a coubcquoucu. the territory -must depend on prlvalo contributions forropreafutatiou at the fair. The Osden Standard inakes a oed point Iu favor of beet sugar by pointing out that , In addition to establishing- home Industry , It must eventually prava tt vast oconomlo benefit to consumers by , brlnKlng them in close contact with tbo producer , and thus eliminating unnecessary middlemen and car riers. Mrs , L. Itpatton. Hoekford , III. , writes : "From personal experience I can. roootuuioad Do Witt's ' Sarsaparllla. a euro for impure blooJ.and goueril debility . 't frnoM TK TEniiAT' SRCONH BDITIOS. ! Depicted Condition of the National Ex chequer the Object of Much Solicitude. PATRIOTIC RESOLVE OF THE CABINET Montt nnd His Advisors Will Work Hard to Rehabilitate the Country. SAENZ PENA RESIGNS HIS ERMINE Certain of the Presidency" , Ho Leaves the Argsntiuo Supramo Bench Voluntarily , FOR CLOSER COMMERCIAL RELATIONS Argentine Ilppnlillo Want * n Now Trinity \tllli tlio Unltoil Stntrii-lntcrrstliiff Ninvd rroin tlio Mouth Ainorl- cnn Stntrs. tCopi/r/ohlcd / ISM by Jamcx fJonlou VAU-UUISO , Ohlli , ( via Galveston , Tox. ) , Marcn 10. [ By Mexican Cable to the Now York Hornld Special to Tins UHB. | I'rosl- dent Montt and his now cabinet have gene to Santiago. A mooting of the commission conservadoro , which supervisor the nuts ot tno government during the recess of con gress1 , has been called far MarchIt Is said that it will consider tno advisability of favoring an extraordinary session of con gress early In April for the discussion of the financial status of the country nnd other im portant quoslions. BoththoAdinirantoCochranonnd the Huai- car have received additions to their rapid firing Runs. Hoports from Iqulquo state that the Ultrato mines will be reopened April 1. Very Swell Kvtmt. The llrst big society event that das oc curred slnco tbo triumph of the congres sional party was the wedding bora today of Captain Munoz of the Esmcraldn and Senorita Teresa Arlocul , daughter of.tho late intondonto of Valparaiso. There was n bril liant assemblage ot cabinet ministers and naval officials. Mercantile circles express great oonfldonco in Augustin Edwards' conduct bf tlio minis try of Ilimnce. Inquiry into the Carcsson case has boon turned ovorlo the fiscal. Tbo cvidoiic.o oon- ilrms what I have already cabledyou in re gard to the matte Tno court of appeals has admitted the members of Balmaccda's congress to ball. rroKrnm ot the Government. In the official program the DOVT cabinet ntos that President Montt desires to provo by deed us well as word that no would govern Chill in nccordnnca with public opinion , freely expressed and repre sented by its legitimate organ congress. The cabinet pledges that it will adopt a course o ( moderation and act in accord. It adds that nothing is to bo gained by partisan struggles. Vacancies will bo lillPd by com petent mon , Irrespective of politics. Tbo finances question U says is paramount , and tbo national interest require that the ex penditures bo minimized. Notes froni Argentina. BuuxosAYIIES , Argentina , ( via Galveston ton , Tex. ) March 19. [ By. . Mexican .Cablo to the Now York Herald Special , to THE BKE. ] Saenz Ponu , the loading candidate for the presidency , has resigned nfs office as judge of the supreme court. The gas company of Belgrano has notified the municipal authorities that'iinloss ' wiihln flvo dnys they pay four years' arrears it.ill cut oft all the lights. News from Asuncion , Paraguay , Is to the affect that the government is expecting from day to day a revolution. Tbo gonorai fooling among the people of the cities nnd country is that before long there will bo ft' tiidjt serious outbreak against the present rulers , whoso course has given the urontest.dissatisfaction. Rumors were current last nlght.that Ad miral Walker will shortly present a do- fonslvo and offensive alliance treaty-between the United States nnd Argcutina. VTho com ments of the papers are extremely favorable to tbo idea If terms can bo satisfactorily arranged between the two countries. The Argentina minister at Washington/ is said , has been ordered to return to Buenos'Ay res , relative- tbo treaty , so that do may fully Inform bis govcrnmont ns to opinions at Washington In regard to themattor. Word bas bcoa-received from San Luis that fears ore entertained of an uprising among the soldiers. From San Juan comes rumors that plots to assassinate government ' officials bavo been discovered. , , Indian Outbreak ynollml. Lo PAZ , Bolivia , ( via Galveston , Tox. ) , * March 10. | By Mexican Cable jtotho Isevv York Herald Special to THE BEE.JGeneral Gonzalez is authority for the statement that complete peace has boon rcstorpd in' the province of Arodes , and that oll-df the hostile Indians have been dispersed , , , with the exception of one band , which Uas-rollrod to a fortified position In the mountains of Lctapo. Tbo govorn'mont troops are on the march tent nt tack tbo Indians . , , , . Dr. Mariano Baptlsta , now Bolivian min ister to Argentina , has Informed tlio national party of bis intention to return to BoUvia immediately for the purpogo of running for the presidency. js.\af.isn Kiln of Clint About 1'erHOiiH mill Now liuCoro tlin I'ulillr. ( .Co ) > i/rf/M ( / f 1893 / ) / Jitme * Giinlun , Loxno.f , March 19. [ Now York Herald Cable Special to THE BKE.J London shopkeepers - keepers wbo suffered so mum from fog , in- flucnza and court mourning have boon hoping against hope that tbo king of Italy's contem plated viblt to London woulu become an ac- , comjilisuod.fnot , but the queen has , a. strong aversion to sanctioning any court festivities this yoar. It Is not supposed for un in stant that tbo Italian monarch can be received without coroinony as a cbancp vultorat Buckingham , or'can ho bo allowed to shift lor himself at the West End hotels. His most probable , therefore , that * tils' visit will ho postponed indefinitely. ButIt cannot bo denied that aside from the benefits to trade which would result from the arrival of King Ilumbertand tbo ileot , a.grand.naval demonstration at Spitshcad Just before -un appeal to the country would make quite a Bcaconslloldan coup do theatre for Lord Salisbury. IIo'll Take In Toxai. Among the fellow-passengers with the duchess of Mnrlborough ou the Mnjustio is Lord Deloval Borosford , a brother of Lord Charles Berosford. Ho is on bis- way to Texas , where bo owns a lanjo ronclu Doleful U ono of tbo best horsemen in England. A few nichts before sailing ho was "dining at the Savoy with a party of Americans. After dinner all entered the court-yard , where stood a brougham occupied by an , elderly woman nod her daughter. Tbo coachman was standing nt tbo noraos' heads. Sud denly the borso shied , Jumped in tno air and made a dash for the street. Lord Doleval , who was In evening dress , rushed forward , x ecu ted a Joap that would liave-doflO' credit to a profosslonul , Untied on tbo horse's- back , : chocked him amUtout his seat till the coach , man regained the "box and reins. Then ho dismounted , bovW-i ) tp tbo occupant ! ot the brougham nnd'WcIft ' Into the bar \\lthan , .InrTO I i admiring crowd.jf , Connlo GllchrbfV'wno ' will bo remembered as the Gaiety dapper , nnd hat also been In America , hns blossomed out ns n society bonuty. She Inui splendid horiowomnn , whip end golf plhJreT ? , and tops nil with her onpncament to b' lig Orkuoy , n Scotch poor with a family tropjnpoJ enough oven for tbo fastidious GalotyvRlrl , who traces her ante cedents to a man-gUnVt establishment. interesting evopj.j. nro looked forward to in the families of Sir William Gordon Cum- mines and Eorl Dudley. Mrs. Haigronvcs' ponrls will not down nnd nroto bo sold nt Christies'on the 2Slh Instant. The celebrated cabinet from which they wcro stolen has found a purchaser at 100 culncn.s , which is oraethlne like ton times its actual vnluo. Wbothor the ponrls will fetch n fancy price Is a mooted question , us few women care for s'o ilUnRrconblo an association. Captain Ojborno is bolngquiotly but surely pressed out of the nriny. Ciittlo Punchers unit tlin Consulate , Tbo legation nnd consulate are overrun with Impocunlous American cattlemen nnd tramps. Tboro were so many at the con sulate thU wools that Consul Gonural New was compelled to close the doors to thornnnd , they have now formed n kind of club , with hoadijunilcrs across the way nt the Kings Arms inn , where limy mnnnpo to got cnouch monov to bocotno gloriously drunk nnd lar imprecations at the officials. One Texan luntod about i the consulate today with n big ktnfo , threatening to disembowel the entire staff. When ho began to get sober his ardor loft him , nnd ho meekly followed n policeman oulsido llio gates. Deserving Americans nro always helped , but tramps never ( lUlnp till ) Show Alonn. The Goupll galleries' were crowded today with visitors who ndiiiirod , denounced , mocked or seemed nmuscd at the two rooms , Illicit with forty-three of Jimmy Whistler's ' oils. It is the first tlmo ho has had a one- man show. Whistler has given ulmsolrup entirely to nocturnes. His most attractive work is a portrait of Carlisle , which has been sold to tbo corporation of Glasgow. Whistler , by the way , is working on a commission received from tbo World's fair. The committee was probably actuated by sentimental motives. TboKrandfnlhorof the witty Whistler se- loctcd the site for Chicago in 1SO.I , and ns a tribute to poetio Justice it wns suggested that tbo honor of commemorating tha exposition should full to bis Illustrious grandson. Grandpa Whistler did not hit on a llrst rate position lor n city , but the picture will prob ably supply the deficiencies in the landscape. Tlloy Could Do I'Jonty Worse. An ovonlng paper today prints n column article In favor ofTa'astf hall ns an English came and adviscs'Jfoot ball clubs and cricketers - otors to give it a trial. Tbo annual meeting of the National Base Ball association was hold nt Manchester'his week. Mr. Newton Crane was elected pfosidont. Frank Hall , wlio'-got up the big walking match at Now Yojk/somo years ago , opens n six davs' bicycle tournament hero on April 4 , with Suowdcn , tile American champion , ' and Baker of .Boston pitted against Curtis and Bertie , EnglijshnSon. Hull Is also negoti ating for a loose c MJerMajesty's theater , which ho wantsito turn into a variety tho- ntor and surround1 tho" galleries with switch ' ' backs. e - ; . JJlacklmlllli'tho . . Fair. - * if/ * Glostcr ArmstiNpug-liaa./ieen unablq to nr- range for spaca within tbo grounds -of the Chloao'fa fr Wr'tho erectloti of the tower if London. Armstrong is.sonriins out this notice to thofpapors tonight : lTho fueling against English cntcrpriso at Chicago is very strong nnd they speak most sneoriiiRly of Great Britain only giving iir ! > , ODO toward the fair. Consequently It 'is more or loss o case of 'no English need apply" in Chicago at present. In fact the people in thlcngo ; have an idea that the universe will stand still to look at her anil the fair , which after all docs not promise to ba ns atti active , In teresting or well managed ns If it had taken place in Now York , , which would have been its natural home , and would buvo saved Europeans the torrihlo jourcoy of 1,000 miles to Chicago where , although the hotels are larger , they still lack Iho comfort and refine ment of ftew York houses. The town nlso belli ? rough and new , does not appeal to visitors aa New York doos. " The World's falf people had ool'.er ffivo this man all tno space ho wants. Not Dcaif Hut Slm'iilng. The Old Settlers ssocintion is peacefully sleeping. Its history slnco its establishment has not bean .filled with excitement , and for tbo last year nothing has been dono. At tbo last meeting , ho'a about eighteen months ago , A. D. Jones wi.s elected president , and n badge with the deslpti ot n buffalo's bead surrounded by-tbojwords-"od ! settlers of Nebraska , " was adopted. The badges bavo not been engraved , nnd the association re mains in statu quo. Ihcro an ) about ! 13U res idents of the county Who are eligible to mem bership , and the oDiccU of the association are simply fraternal und social , and include tbo holiday of an annual picnic. 01 * r .sriitj.i ( r. Domestic- . The miistci ! convention Ims adjourned to ineutnt Detroit the hucond Tuesday In Mny next year. 1'roaldentO.iKoiof Iho Nnrthnrn I'.iolflo de nies that Ills ru.ul was In any way i-omicutcd with the Clilcauo.DyoUlliiR sramJal. li. U. X.nileol. oonllOuutluI booKkeopur for Collln iV riolclier. pork | i.ulerH ; of liullnnapo- lls. Ind. , Is short Jij lis , ) uuciciuius i'.ujv. I * I ) . Slauchtur. who shot Jonnlo I.ove. hU paramour , last AnaNst : i } . J tll.o Kock , Ark. , wascoiivlcti'dnf miirdi'r In'tho llrst decree. Tim bllzzanl has struck Massachusetts nnJ renorls from tlirro'ntiy cold weather IIKCOIII- puniod by deep snows und high winds pruvnll. A Konio dlbpatcir lonowa the uollvom rumor that Arohblshop t'orrlian of New Vortr will prob.ibly bo iiiudu u cardinal at thu next coiihiatory. i mo ; The bis vrln'low tcliuii fautory ut iiplouland , Ind. , hnsuloiert dci\vii-on iiccouiit of the full- uru of Its niitnr.il Bft iipnly. Tliruo luindroJ men Imvo bouu throNru out of ctuploymunt. \Vorkinun enicatrvdilu uxcuvn.tln ( ; it collar ut Oroton Falls , N. V , , nnparthud tlio skoicton of n woman. It wns III : tjeoud Htnto ofpiotcrvu- tlon , but cruinblod un liclns exposed to lliu ulr , ' ' jj't' , The trial of Ishliyviiyennor. Mnrrlx Callls , .Iiilltis Mosiiowlt/.aqiUUiuls Juuobi ut I'liilu- dolphln , cliurtioil yltjl"conspiracy , ilot und LlosDliemy , has tormmatuj In u vorOlet of guilty. ] I'urty frolsht ca'W'lfeft ' thu trnoK on thu north I'onngyiviiiilu llr.uiuli of tlici Itundlnz rallioad mmr Tiibawi 1'a. , und were budly wrecked. _ Dun ol. MirMlOali. u brtk > * ni4ii , was killed. The rvukj : | ji caused by HIIIIW , It Is said thut thi ) v < iWii | | > Hon now unsi ; cd In llxliif the I'onnaijrYr ' buiwqi > n the UiiltoJ titulett und Mexico JiAAalnuoYerisil th it n liir o urou ut land lierutdMrb'tliongtit to liuyo bt'Oii In the latter uoun < ( Vuiiilly ) iKilcJiiiis tp the United Suite * . ziiU n At \VlllluiiiKbiliy stone qnurry John Out/of I'otcrabur. , I'u. , whllo VMiuulii lilm- bolf nt u lire , uu.ir which > ovorul d'yiiiiinlto onrtrldges hud buen placud. unoonsulonsly bt | ) | )0l ( on one of tliniii JUIK ) WMS Instantly blown to plci'os by thj ) uteoinp4nyliiguxplo- | .Torrlifii , , ThohtrlKoon the ( irmiil .Trunk K.itlway of Oupnda promises to bo siutku ! at un ouily Uatii ThU year elabt bte-iineri nnd two . . vessitl * will sail from tit. Johns. N , P. , fur Ibu seul llahery. Tim National guard of IdaJunalro Jiavo been tinned with now Coniblalii Hllua. Ciun- cral Mmear lint boon pronibtud to bit marshal. The twenty-first anniversary of the I'.irls ooinmuiie wi-bciil br.itoil ln'l' rl ! , liy Trench , Uuriunn und KiiKlljli cummuiiUts. No dl > - turbunuos ouuurred. Two hundred saaler * uuro carried out lo ecu on nn leu Hoc from Trinity buv , Newfound land , u fuiT'iiay ago. All but iwenly-llvo ts- papfrt tHBliiirf , XJt thu'utter ' nniuher Ilfluon wi-ro frozen ) toilu.itn and Hie oilier tun hn\u net us yut boon arctimlu4 fur. GOOD REPUBLICAN DOCTRINE John M. Thuraton Opens the Campaign of 1802 in Omaha. WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT AND CHEER 1'ollry of tlio 1'nrty nnd It * Works Insplrn- tlon fur VOUIIR Mniiitiprs Uinulin'HTnl * vntpit YOIIIIR 'Muii An Intprostlng s * nn I.lte Itsuos. The Lincoln Hopubllcau club has opened the political campaign. Last night it had n big demonstration , and In response to tlio announcement that it would have Hon. John M. Thurston ns the sponltor of the ovonlng a largo unmoor ot people assembled nt Exposi tion hall to hoar that distinguished leader of Iho republican party of the wost. The audlcuco was nn enthusiastic ono , anil many ladles were present. Upon the plat form were about twenty members ot the club with II. C. Brown , the president , acting as chairman. It was rather late when Mr. Thurston mndo his appearance , but as ho entered the hall ho wns heartily applauded. Tno " 1' . 1C. " quartette wa first presented and rendered two songs , after which Mr. Brown , in n few introductory remarks , stntcd that the club was ontorlng Into the coinlngcainpaign. Ho spoko-of the Industrial question in connection with prolcctlon. Ilo believed that protection was conductive to the general good of the industrial system. Ho spolco of the tariff and Iho MoKlnloy bill unit the results of their opor.mon. To dis cuss these questions was what the Lincoln club hud solicited tiio prcwenca of the nudlonco. Ho then Introduced the speaker of the even ing , amid a tumult of npplauso. Mr. Thumton Mr. Thiirston was in n happy mood , In his usual eloquent and nblu manner ho spoke of the two political parties , the tariff and American citizenship. Ho held his audience intensely interested for two hours. "It isa very early time of theyoar in whloh to begin the preliminary discussion of the Rroat political questions that will confront us , " said Mr. Thurston In Ills Initial remarks , "but it seems to mo tlint now U the time for thn American people to come together to dis cuss a few great vital ouoslions. " In speaking of the republican party for ho snld ho was a republican because ho was on American ho stated that i ( it wcro necessary for n party to die on account of its advancement and progress , lot U die without regret. Good citizenship was bettor than partisanship. During campaigns whou m alters were in- llamod ; political discussions were not carried on us they should bo There wcro too many Indulged In. Ho bad the utmost contempt for individual personalities in political bat tles. tles."I "I come vhero tonight a republican and. 1 want you to BO homo with the thought that I um , u republican wbo will vote the republican ticket'whothor iny friend is on It or whether Eomoootiy elso's friend is on It , " said ho. "If u ticket is chilly to me I am the first to como to the front and try to warm it up. I don't think nuy republican leader should bo entrusted by hi party if be carries n political ra/or to unifosomeono who may not bo nis friend. "Tbo republican party is in command of tha greatest government in tbo world and has done more good for America than any other could have possibly accomplished. I have no personal axes to grind ; I have no personal ambition to gratify , but I am with the state and national republican parly. " This elicited npplauso ntid than Mr. Thurston spoke of the Nebraska republican clubs , which , with their bright young mem bers , would smoothly sail to victory under clear , sunshiny skies. The old "croakers1' wcro not iu it. The victories ol the party during Iho uaxt campaign would bo won by the young men from the ages of 11 to 40 years. They woula with fervor push to tho- front nnd carry the party to victory. Ho said the party's success wus assured , occauso itas true to Its avowed principles , true to Ameri cans , true to Us advancement und progress , true tolls powor. It was for what is right and against what is wrong. It believed in liberty and freedom. It could , if necessary , stand disaster rather than resort to dishon est , principles. Ho thought no party should exist ou ideas of sectionalism. > iJ , J Jii tjio Tariff Uucsilon. Mr. Thurston then diiftcd into the tariff question. Ha s&ld It was not a matter for light discussion. It was not a question to bo discussed- amusement , or stories to please tbo vanity of people who hoard the uiscas- eion. Ho stated that it was a ques tion thaorequired the sober , thoughtful and dispassionate consideration ot the Ameri can people. 'Tlia jargumeut , ho contended , wus 110 1 a new one. It was very old and had been discussed pro and con a century. ago by our great grandfathers. The issue com menced with freedom ut the end of the revolution. : ' It baa made history year by tear. One groatdisndvdtitago to tbo Ameri can people , ho believed , was that they had not the tlmo to glvo to tbo question. They wcro too busy In individual pursuits of life. In bis own busy days of Itfo , while having tlmo to consider the questions of the hour and while having n moss of Illustrations before bin * , ho did not have the necessary ilmo that some gentlemen Jn congress have for going into old dry debates and using language from archives without even the quotation marks on tboir pages of manuscript. In speaking of this Mr. Tburslon .snld bo had no l.oalta- tatlon In alluding to the present rcprosontn- tivo in congrosH of this district. The repre sentative from Ibis district wus doing great credit to bis .state by showing hl.s ability as a yoUng statesman. "l would bo glad , ' ! said the speaker , "to sec some of our republican young mon of Onwha-und. Nebraska in con proas to meet him in debate. Wo have lots of them. Will Gurloy , Charley Green. Henry Kstabroolio could ineot him. Henry 13 > tabrooko ivould rise ubovo him. There are many republican boys that WQ could send to the hall of con gress tbatrivould distinguish themselves nna comouvyuy with laurels. Omaha has many bright upa brilliant young men whom we pass ovorj < d.ay on the streets and think noth ing of thorn. They are fitted to stand un and dlscusK the Kl'JMt questions of tbo nation nnd make thqhiselvus Illusirlouq bv having tUom.iilludeU to as Nebraska boys.Vo don't ' have U > buvo , democrats to maka tho' state re nowned niterthfs. . Wonro roluR to j enu u republican boy to congress next time. Ho will bo ono Avlth bruins aud will do some thing in the bulU of congress. " Hcturniugto tbo tariff. Mr. Thuraton said the colonists from 17.S.I to 173'J had dosoluto fieo tr.ido , und it was the only ; lmu it was in oxlstouuo from the tlmo ot tlio arrival of Columbus nt the island ut the gulf. Since tbo constitution was adopted the country had not hud free trudo. All the old states men Haw tlint the urotectivo tariff wns necessary la bill Id up the colonists in order to protect themselves from cheap Kuropeun labor. During tlio six years , between l A' } lo I7jS' > , of free trade tbo condition of affairs was terrible. The country passed through u crisis that has never noon equaled for dis tress. The English merchants Hooded the country with their warm for the purpose of wipiiiL' out , the budding industries of Amer ica. They sold goods at lest than it cost to proJuca them. Wlivil tlio J''ir ' l Turlir I.uvvViiH rusuciil. At that tlmo Madison wrote that business wus patul.izod , agriculture wa * in a distress. ing stnto , there was no money in the land , thoic was no credit or capital loft. Owing to this .condition of nftuirs the government wu > weakened , mid despised and would not much longer hold together , Meichants wore insolvent , people were povcrty-unclion and iu distress ou account of American manufuc- turlts being crushed. In 1770 the tint pro tection luw wns passed. The result was magical. The depleted treasury began to III ! up ; people bocuu to buy from their American brothers. There wus gen eral prosperity Iu every uveuuo of trudo and business. It was f.bo principle of living ou L'lvo and ti > ki > . It wns u great lesson to labor aud capital Ono could not succeed without the other. Today there were more happy homes than ever before , pcoplo were more intelligent and batter clad , und loJi > y men anil women stood in the nunshlno of happl- UOK and cop ton l meat. This was all brought about by protection , und that was what the republican party advocated. Mr , Thuriton further suld in reply to Mr. Mill's swwmunt that a waa bad a right to buy where ho could buy the cheapest , that ho domed the assertion , Ha did not think it was right for an Anierl- can to buy where bo conlil buy the cheapest It ho had to go to a foreign country to do so. If cheap foreign goods were bought an American would bo rdbbcd Just that much by pauper labor. If nn Ainorlcan could not pay to a follow citizen n lltllo inoro than au article would cost In a foreign country , ho should leave the community. Ho snld labor was kin ; under the American II a jr. Dudes end drones had no place hero. Labor had been marching stoadlly onward since it as paid by the lash. It had risen until it was fit to compel its own rights , nnd It could not bo downed nny more than could the sun bo turned backward. Ho hnld that the republican party had done nioro for labor than nuy other powor. The theory of protection was that the Dlvlno Bom ir nmdo this laud broad nnd wide enough , dotted with Its fertile vnllovs.'lts mountains with gold and silver nnd Its rlvors , within its boundnrios had placed In the earth every necessary article for uso. Ho thought the generous poopla would use them without going after the same thine to foreign countries , Mr. Thurston concluded by saving that the country had now soon the oononts of pro tection , and over $ )01OOD,000 more goods had been sold slnco tbo passage of the McKinley bill ; there wcro fewer paupers , happier homos and creator opportunities on account of the advancement end progress of the re publican party. "Llvo for America , Amcrlnan * and Ameri can indu&trlos , " ho concluded. t'nUcruil ' 1'rnUo Menus Merit. The succors of Chamberlain's couch rom- edv In olTeotlng n spcoJy euro of la grlppo , colds , croup anil whooping cough , has broucht It Into great demand , MOMM. Pontius tius ft Son of Cameron , O. , say that it hns gained n reputation second to none in that vicinity. JumosM. Queen of Johnston. W. Vn. , says it is the best ho over usoa. B l-\ Jones , druggist , \Vlnona , Miss. , stiva : "Chamberlain's coiiijh remedy Is perfectly re I hi bio 1 uuvo always warranted It and it never failed to give the most perfect sa ls- fnctlon. " GO cent bottles for sale by drug gists. jir 'Jin : Kxi'iMsws oj.1 I..IMI\ ICIfiht I'vrNdtiR Terribly Iliirnod , Onn fit Tin-ill Ciiiuint Itrroxrr. Lvs.v , Mass. , March 10. Eight persons were terribly burned , ono fatally , by a lamp explosion this ovonlng in tbo homo of Mrs. MnrgarokCoupln , Mrs. Coupin's daughter Mrs. H. Carter , was moving n lamp from n mantel nnd dropped it. Tha lamp foil ou the steve , broke , and tto Icoroseno covered Mrs , Carter nnd n babe in her arms. Their clothing caught llro and dropping the bnbo , Mrs. Carter fell un conscious enveloped in flames. Ilolon M. Coupln , Mrs. Carter's sister saved the baby , but wus badly burned herself. Others wcro burned in extinguishing the linmos on Mrs. Carter's clothing. The injured nro : Miti. JAMES U. CAUTEH , face and breast burned. Mus. JAMIS Coi'i'iv , both arms burned , will bo incapacitated for some timo. JOHN Cooi'is , loft hand burned. MOIITIKP. Coui-is , right sldo , face and right forearm burned. Ilci.cN Coui'ix , loft forearm burned. HONOIIA M. CAKTCK , baby , head nnd breast burned. Mus. MAKOAUKT Coi rix , fuco und hands burned. H. CAIITHII , right hand burned. VICIOUSNKSS or AN KI.IIMIAT < T. Xurroiv Kicnpu of H Kppppr AVIui Wan AR- saultcil by OIIH of thr lllRItrntVH. . NEW YOIIK , March 19. FrnnK fisher , aged 27 , had a narrow escape from being killed by the elephant called "Vicious Tom" nt Cen tral park today. Fisher wns recently em ployed to tatto charge of ' Tom. " Ho , in com- panv with another regular attendant of the elephants , ontorcd tbo elephant house to clear out "Tom's" pen. Snyder had his back turned to his companion when ho hoard a sudden cry from Fisher , ' -Help , Billy , help ! " and at tbo same mouiaiit there wus a heavy thud as FUhcr's body was das hod ugainsttho northern partition of the pou. "Tom" bad evidently been looking out for a good oppor tunity , nnd with ono whnck of his powerful trunk , sent the man in u heap into the north west , corner of the pen. Suydor had been in such predicaments before , but was horrified to qeo-Tora" get down on his knees and open ing his mouth try to jab at tha prostrate man with thn stumps of bis tusks. Luckily the brute's head is so big that when his forehead came against the partition ho was not able to get bis mouth near enough the man to ac tually hurl him. Snyder says tbo brute had his trunk up In the , alr and was doing bis utmost to got at Fritik , "I plunged my nook Into 'Tom. ' 'J his mudo the brute getup up , and ha obeyed my command lo move over. Frank crawled ouVot the baclc door. Frank is the third man whoso life I bavo saved troni tbo clopluuits in thn mcnagorlo. Tom Leo was nearly done for by 'Old Dutchv' in 1S37. und only in July , 1S > 91 , I saved Tommy Guinness. " Special Agent Conklln was high in his praise of Snyder , nnd Raid had it not boon for the mini's pluck nnd presence of mind Fisher would undoubt edly bavo boon allied. .SHOT liA TOUCH. One of Dotrult'n Notorious C'ltl/cnn Jto- celios Illx Ouletils. DETIIOIT , Mich. , March 10. John Con- aldine , the well known sporting man , who gamed much notoriety recently in connec tion with the abduction of .To.iepti.Perrln , a prominent cltUon of this city , wan shot and probably fatally woundo.l this evening by Hob rt McCarthy , n real estate dealer. The shooting occurred about IU o'cloclc fu Swan's dining roo.n and saloon. A quarrel In thfiHusscli'barronm oarller in the evening , 'in which McCarthy struck William G. Thompson , ex. major ol the city , led up to iho shooting. Constdluo nnd a number of frionus who were present , wont from hero to Swan's where the quarrel wus renewed. When Cotistdino Interfered Mc Carthy pulled out u revolver and shot bun in the breast , causing what- - may provo to bo n fatal wound. Ho wai taken In ou umbu- lance to a hospital , where n hasty examina tion of the wound showed thut although ho was struck In u vital spot , ho uiikht recover. John Considlno who is the loader of a local gun ? , notorious for Its clellanco of the luw , was connected 'with the abduction of a prominent citizen of thU'ulty ' , John I'crrln. His case In connection with tills ubduction is now pending before Judge ( Jtmiuuers , who will probably mnko a dpcl/ion / in n few days ns to whether iho evriuncc presented Is sufficient to convict the defendant of con spiracy. _ _ A Kumii : Mini' * mill C'olds. Colds und coufc'hs have bean so prevalent during tbo pant few months that tlio experi ence of Alb/rt Kav'ooto of Arkansas City , Ivan. , cannot full to Interest sonic of our reader * . Here it Is In his own words : "I contracted u cold curly Just spring that set tled on mv luns ana hud ImrJI.v rooovcroJ from It when I caught another that hung ou nil summer nnd left mo with n haouliiff cough which I thought I never would eot rid of. 1 hud used LhamborUln's couth ro nody some fourteen yean ago with much succors and concluded 'to try Huzuln. Wnei. . I bud cot through with ono bolilo my cough had left mo and I have not suffered with n cough or cold slnco. I buvo recommended It to olht-ra and nil epouk wet ! of it. " W ) cent bottlui for sale by druggists , Disease never successfully allurki n svt- tcm with pure lilooJ DoWltt'ii S trsavarllta uiako * pure , now blood and enriches the oJ. ! "I have In my ornp'oy ' a man who has been n victim of porioHc. Ueudaehes for years , bus tried all kinds of treatment , and 1 Have tried vailous remedies on him. Your Dradycrollno helps bun more than nnvthlng over did. " O , D. ICiugsloy , M.I ) . , White I'lalns , N. Y. i ii "Lato to bud nnd uuriv to mo ulll shorten the road to yourbom'i In the ckies , " But early to bcd'und a "Ltltlo Karly Klsor , " the pill that makes lifo longer ana bolter and wiser. _ _ De Witt's Sarsap-irilla do4iroy suca poi sons us acrofuU , * klu di&easo , ccjomo , rheu matism. Its tlmvly Uo save jnan y litre * . hU-uincr Arrivuli. At tbo Lizard 1'assod La Bourxogno from New York ) Noordlaud from Now York for Antwerp. At Now York BHtunnlc from Liverpool. ' A SLUGGISH STREAM. II ( lot * 1'onl nni ! Pouonnu * Unless It h Kept t'oiutnntty I'l At thU oa m of the year people fool mots or loei wcitk. run down , wi < arlotl nml depressed. It JIBS been commonly fuinposcil tlint II Is dun tolmntirltlt-Hof tha blood. nnit tlint only by purifying the blood can good honlth ho secured Is this triiu ? l.cl us sco. The blood gets tin * purohccnusolt isslliRclsli. llowiloostistroniii K t liupura with ( trron scum mid poisons on I lie top ? Mniply lieciimo It ( lousn't run. A ruiiMltiK stream Is not Impure , but a Mngmint or MiiirfiMi stream iilwnys is , If , thpreforn you would l.pcpyour filoni ) puro. Ucoplt imn- Inir , loop It tlimbbltiR. Tim moment it huzlns to lo sluecMi. It will liosln to bo liniiuro. mid you will fool tlioolTocts In tiled , wcnft feeling * , ili > lre ) f oil emotions , nnd n llioiisiind and mm tfO'ililiM which iilwiiyi follow. TliH proper way to Keep tlio blood Htlrrln ? Is by tlio IIMI of iipiirontliiiulntu , In nuiiloriitlon. Stlmiilntti ItKuntly , nnd It will keep In constant , hcnltliy motion , nnd coed health will follow , Tltoro Is butoiipway In wlilcli this ( nil bn donu. mid tlint Is by tlio 110 of tlio purest nnd bust stim ulant you run llml , prrfornlily whiskey , nnd tlirto Nlnit ono tibsolutely pure , medicinal whlskry known to tlio world , nnd Unit IN DulTv's I'uroMiilt. Sclontlttts luliuit. tins. tlm do ? tors til I confirm It. Ills more. KCiirriillyutitMl to-dny tbiin nny other whiskey which tlio world lins t-vor soon , nnd It Is populnr tinly through UH inur t. Ho not lot nny driiKRlt or Rroeordi'cnlvo you liy snylnz they hiiM > some thing "JiiBt u H nmul" "Homotliltiff'tliny cnu re commend. " etc.Vhon nny dealer siys : this lilt his : nil Interested nioilvo , lileh usually Is , to soil } ( i'i something elieap nnd Infoi lor on hlch ho oun innku nioro monuy Do not ha so duoulvod. Healthful , Agreeable , Cleansing , Cures Chapped Hands , Wounds , Burns , Etc. Bemovos aud Prevents Dandruff. WHITE RUSSIAN Specially Adapted for Use in Hard Water. A ( JICNUINi : JUCKOI1K KIM.KIlli KIDU'S ( ll'.ltM KKADlOATOU liiroinU ilo ai 8i bpoiuis Hkllli thn mlrrobo orKOrm I'nl lipn.ul rotnlluJ In II tlanl finioi. iho Inltur Is ; ualloni. Hont nnrwharo pro pnld on receipt of prlcoorC O 1) Weliiuj n mnr nntco tncuro The publlo iriila mil jubbjri HUP pllocl liy thn Klns'cr Druif ( ininpinjr. O nulls , I \ Molohor , Huvriml Moyorand I ! . I * . Hsjrkura , JSoul.i Uuinlm : A. I ) . Kojter nciil II. J. Kill ) Uownjll llliilts. Unuor the ptiti-onnpo of 70 and 71 Globe BIdg. , Boston. Tour of 80 dnys. $500 ; Tour or 60 dnys , $ -100 ; Tour of 00 auys , $ ; 57o ; Tour of 15 days , WOO. All mivollntf , liotcl Mid UIU-ncoIiw rxjionsos In ClllllCll. ( I'nrllos to snll wllh Mrs. Krnznr , July 2 , alonni- Khlp SO\TiIA.Cunnrl [ I.lno , lloitin ) .NORTH C.U'i : 1'AUD Iu nnll Juno 14. lif ntcam- alilp I'AVOMA from lloitun 55 ilijra , ti'M Apiilkntloii ] iiiii3t ho mndo ul uncu fur this tou und xor clrculni and ruTorcncc. (1 ( redo flark.j P & KID' GLOVES The nbovo brands of. ylovcH arc foi enlo by The Boston Store- , , N. W. Cor. 10th nnd Dou-rltis Sis. BOYD'STi $ < yur.EICTRA ! 'llioOn-nti'at Cmnuiljr Kvcnt ICvrr IllOnm'.u. Th oa Nljhli Only , Moidty , Tue U/ and Wednssdiy , Mftroh ill , Sa and S3. MAS , FROHMAN'S ' COMEDIANS , KiniiiNuir Vork.ln William Clllutlu'u l > Touli > ut IIIUl'll ) , " MR , WILKINSON'S ' [ $ f WIDOWS hi ! : ! Hl. ( iiiinleal Cauwtf l-'urtu uf tlu Voar. OIIIUIVAI. Jf V , OAHT. , , lrioiili llollniid'Ilioiini 11. llunn , 'lliunmi H , llyluy. I ilw. Colcin in. J' lui W. TIIHII | | > OI. lljiirtflo Dri'iv Ilirr/uiuro. limllr II moiur , llatll'J l'jrn'iuu.i , A" " ' " ' ' A1i'V'iiv'i > rt 3UaNljiiitii In Now Viirk I'rlrfM : > , .MiT > , II anil t\M. \ HenUui uli ) btttiiriluy tin I'Jili ' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ FARNAM'ST'THEATER vopyAl Ono \Vook , ConuucnclnThuriid iy .March J7ti. ! Anil lilt iiluyera , In The Runaway Wife .MotlmMil Halm day , Huniln1 and > VuJiiexlji ) Two Grand Concerts Btj Ui Famous Of Washington , D. C. MR. JOHN PHILIP SOUSA , Conductor , Abslxtcil liy tlio Cel brati > l I'rJinii DOIIIKI. MIM : , MAUII : I > ICA. : ( ; EXPOSITION HALL , 14tli and Capllo ) Avc. SATUKUAV , MAHOII 20 , AfU-rnooii and Ilt'enliiK. 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