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y Was Dcuiid Over
lo iS.c District Court.
Two Imiiiifrants Arrived Yostctdny
Who Hi.ve Cfetn Ex,os-jU to
tin. all Pox Other
Alv.it ii-.ty rc:il ii;nn- unknown)
h:il 1 1 i m jiilimin;iry lit;irin thin
afternoon lffrt-J mic .rchrr.
Tlit -tat- x.miin I sv-t;ii wil-ne.-.-os
;n.l ;h- testimony wan jsii lli -eicnt
lo t-.m.-e Jiule Archer to hold
him until Hit- next term of the dis
trict court, uiuliT IxuhI.h,
which lie was iinallc to fivc.
II. M. Stiekiiey, iii;iiiat;tr of the
liriuiswieli l.ote! in Omaha, where
day wa.- arielel. Iestifieil that the
jrifoiier came into the hotel a week
lat Saturday ami wauled to
H1 him Home postage stamps. Mr.
Stiekiiey a-ketl him where he jjot
the Htamps and he said he was in
the furniture business near the
Iiotel and received more fdamp.s
than he had use for; also said that
he would nell them at a sacrifice.
Nr. Stickncy told him to come
around the first of the week and lie
would buy some of him.
(iay made his appearance the next
Tuesday and madea pale of if I worth
of stamps. He was just m;ikiuLr the
transfer when arrested.
Other witnesses testiliedto, seeing
him in the city the miht of the rob
bery and they were positive that
they had never seen him since.
The defence produced no wit
nesses. The prisoner was defended
by Attorney Crane of Omaha, and
S. I. Vanatta of this city.
Frank Jackson left for 1'i nver this
J. If. Waterman of Lincoln is in
the city to day.
Mrs. John Kuhney was an Omaha
visitor this morning.
Geo. E. I) vy was in Omaha on
J. II. HaldeiiKiu of Weeping Tater
is in the city to-day.
V. (J. Noble departed br points in
Colorado this morning.
Rev. J. T. Haird was an Omaha
passenger this murniny.
M. M. Heal is doin a job of paint
ing in I'acific Junction to-day.
Jude Chapman left this morning
for a short visit at Norton, Kansas.
?Irs. Geo. Dode and Mrt. E. S.
IJarston were Omaha passengers
Stewart Livingston arrived home
from 'Ann Arbor Saturday iiiht lo
spend the summer vacation.
John A. Heckcr departed last
uiht for Pekin, Illinois, called
hither by the dangerous illness of
his friend, Mr. Geo. Vetter.
LI EE INSURANCE
T. II. Pollock, Agent,
Exposed to Small Pox.
Mayor Hutler received a letter
3'esterday from Secretary of S'ate
Allen saying that a couple of immi
grants had landed at New York en
route for IV'attsmoiith and that they
had been exposed to small-pox and
to take the necessary steps when
they arrived . The couple arrired
ri-sterday and are cousins of Joe
Warga. Mr. Warga secured a house
for them to live in by themselves.
There is no danger as both of the
newcomers have been s.iccessfuTIy
racinated. They were only ex
posed to the disease so there will
be no use of getting scared.
A genuine novel ty, lo wit, a rea'l'
meritorious American play, is "The
Witch," which Marie Hubert Froh
man and ln r large company will
present ;:t the opera house next
Tuesday, May 17. "The Witch"
te!Is an interesting ntory of New
Euirl.iiid life ia the seventeenth
century and has commanded more
ittentioii from thoughtful critics
than any other American produc
tion in recent years. The action is
easy, five acts being linked together
in natural sequence. There is an
even distribution of interest, with
out any noticeable straining for
false effects, calling for unflagging
attention, and in no wise weakening
the intensity of the climax. Love,
hatred, fidelitj-, jealousy and treach
er- are woven into the quaint and
picturesque simplicity of early
.New England life. The power of
the whole piece lies in its vivid
presentation of a strong contrast.
the spectator involuntarily-drawing
comparisons between the palpable
enlightenment. Wonderment is ex
cited that such a wide gulf should
separate a recent past from our own
happy time. In short, it is histor
ically instructive and has the fur
ther charm of suggesting a vista of
From here the company' goes to
i mm una !'ir :i ti'.rcc nights' engage
. ni-.-i.ii at H.iyd s theater.
The I'laltsmouth team plays
Ueatrice to-day and to-morrow.
The old saying "that if it rained
on Kaster Sunday it would rain sev
en Sundays thereafter" failed, as
yesterday was the only nice Sunday
for several months.
The Young Men's Republican
Club will meet in adjourned session
at the council chamber to-night-All
members are urgently request
ed to be present.
Remember the performance by
the Frohman company in "The
Witch" at the opera house to-inor-row
night. Secure your seats at
once. I'rice, 73 cents.
F. T.Tavlor's circus irave their en-
tertainment Saturday. Taking
everything into consideration the
entertainment was good. The cir
cus exhibits at Nebraska City to
day. The first marriage license issued
by Judge Ramsey since moving in
to the court house was issued this
morning to Harry Pearson and
Miss Rachel S. Reasouer, both of
Sidt Creek precinct.
The dwelling house of Thos. Si?l-
livan near this city, was struck by
lightn-ug Saturday between 11 and
Jlio'clck. No damage was done ex
cept demolishing the chimney aud
scaring the inmates.
Kncourage irood attractions to
come to Plattsmot.th by givi
them good houses. So do not fail
to go to the opera house to-morrow
night and see Marie Hubert Froh
man in the great success, "The
Lincoln Beat Plattsmouth Yesterday
oy a score or 4to 1.
I'lattsmouth and Lincoln played
an exhibition game yesterday. The
following account is from the Lin
Hie Lincoln team played its last
game yesterday at Lincoln park
with Plattsmouth as an opponent.
The grounds were simply horrible.
Inside of the diamond it was so bad
that there were picturesque lakes
all around it, forming a continuous
circle from thirty to fifty f-ct back
of the bases, and extending to the
fences. This picturesque slourh
contained water from two to three
inches deep, ft was not until 10
o'clock that it was determined to
play, and it was then impossible to
advertise the fact very- extensively,
but about people attended the
game and enjoyed it.
Lincoln went first to bat. Fear -ot
I base on balls. Pender made a
sacrilice hit, carrying Fear to second
going out at first himself. Mesmer
plunged a safe one into the center
field lake, giving a base all around,
but was caught off his base immed
iately after ana thrown out by the
pitcher, Colonel Reeves. Fowler hit
to short, who threw high to first,
lettiug Fear score, Fowler being
headed off at second.
For Plattsmouth, Green hit to
left field for first. Long's hit to
third was iielded to first, but he
knocked it out of Conger's hand,
John Patterson hit lo Fowler, who
tielded Green out at third. Sam
Patterson also sent one lo Fowler,
who shut him off at first. Kennedy
hit one into the left field lake and
Long scored. Then Maupln was
fielded out at li'-st by Pender.
In the next three innings neither
side sco'-ed. In the fourth Hopp
got a base on balls, stole the only
base he was ever known to filch,
went to third on Pender's hit to
Green, which was fumbled, and
came home on a passed ball.
In the sevjeuth Fear and Pender
scored two unearned runs, the for
mer getting nisi oy loicing (Jauger
out at second, and the lal.er by Hie
failure of the first baseman to stop
the ball which would have put him
out. The error of the first baseman,
a stolen base lor each and a passed
ball did the business.
TO AISTY GENTLEMAN
Who can write the most words om
new U. S. Postal Card i
one - price;'- clothier
Will Give trie Following Prizes on July 4th:
1 A Nice Spring Suit.
2. A Nice Leather Satchel.
3. Two Nice Shirts.
Every word must be written with pen and ink.
Every word must be readable with the naked eye,
And must be written in sensible sentences.
Send all Postal Cards to
JOE, The One Price Clothier, Plattsmouth, Neb
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No more Postal Cards accepted after July 3, 1892.
Only one Postal Card received from one and the same person
JOE, the Popular Clothier,
OperaSo-ase Corner, '
1 7 !
Married at Omaha.
The last act in the celebrated
Winch divorce case was enacted to
day in Omaha. Seth F. Winch, the
deiendant in the above case, was
married to Jennie Mitchell, the
woman who has been keeoine-
house for him for a long time past.
MeMiit-r, cf ..
Oisioue, j. ...
A IS K. li II jp o A.
1 2 0 8 0
4 12 11
r. o i 2 o
5 0 0 2 2
3 0 0 2 7
4 0 0 1 0
4 0 9 10
3 10 0 1
2 0 0 10 1
31 4 3 I 27 3
Lincoln 1 0 0 0 1 02 0 0-
1 lattsmouth 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Earned runs Lincoln 1.
bases siolen Ho,jp, Fear, Ponder, Mes-
M 111. 1 f VII tV I I
oaseson nails Oil Castone i. Reeves 4,
a tine 'Ja, 2(5, uly Zi, 24, August 20, 21,
at Plattsmouth May 23, 2'J, Tune 27,
28, July 23. 2G, August 22. 23.
Ueatrice at Hastings, May 24,23.
Tune 13, 16. Tulv 12, 10, August 10. 11.
September 7, S, ot Kearney Tune 17.
IS, July U, 11, Augu3t i2, 12, Septem
ber9, 10: at Grand Island May 20. 27.
Juue 1J. 20, Jvly 17, IS", August 14, 10,
September 11.12; at Kremont June
22, 23. J uly 20, 21, August 17, 18, Sep
ember 14, 15, at Plattsmouth, May
30 Iftwo games.) June 23 20, July 23,24
August 20, 21
.Kearney at Hastings Mar 20, 21,
June 6 t, July 4 (two games) August
1,2, 29, 30; at Ueatrice May 18. 19,
UITRLIXGTOX & MlOCr.l IUVEH li. li.
yriMB table, y
OF DAILY PASSUXGEK TKAIXS
. 2 5 : 17 p. m,
10 ::rl it. It
7 ; 44 p. m
1" f : 45 ;i. m
12.23 a. n
Fete of Days.
For the opening of the new Y. M.
C. A. building the B. & M. will sell
tickets within 100 miles of Lincoln
from May 17 to June 1 inclusive at
full fare going and one-third re
turning by having certificate signed nL" ti!isla
uy j. w . rarKs secretary.
F. Latham, Agt.
CasiVieVGreony-1' Kecves' lender; by June 5, 4, July 1, 2, 29, 30; August 2o
ri1er4 k Oot-I,y catone 7, Reeves 5, Per- 27,; a Grand Island May 23, 24, June
w, u, 20, J uly 23, 24, August 20, 21;
Pp va d lialla Mn.,,,;,,
V il pitciies Perrine 2.
Ti.ne of fjame 2:15.
T. II. Pollock. Agent.
Ask vour dealer to show wt
where the gasoline goes to from
the tank to the burner and then "-o
and see the Dangler Surprise. For
sale by Ilendee.
AT GKAXI) ISLAXIl.
t.rana island 0 1 0 7 0 1 0 0 oo
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Earned runs Grand Island 1.
r-iT.rl base "i-Hoffer, Stratton, Pacard.
. iM.iim o, iiasx in sr sj.
1 lit by pitcher Heefer,
Hases on balls- Sotmnor 1, Johnson 3.
htrijck out Johnson , Summer 3.
Time of Game 1 :40.
Buy the best and nothinp- f,t ,..
best and vou will havp a Dano-inr-
Surprise stove. Ilendee sells them.
2x-i! was the t w-;..
ot a tine Jersey milch cow up to
mis mornug. ly.t Kridav I,m
- ' -
started lier in tlio herd and he failed
to see her again until this morning
wnen ne louiui Ucr on high school
run. ..viler ciinsiug her for an hour
trying to c.-ptare her he linallv enr
nered h.-r i.ear the bell tower on the
bank. 1 hulking he had the cow for
mire lie made for her. but she was
not to be caught so easy' but jump
ed down the bank, a distance of
about thirty feet, breaking her fore mer's ice.
leg. -Alter trying to capture the
tuvit luiiui.iuu oeasi mat was
aobbiing on three leirsa man Uv
the name of Jim Patrick lassoed her
and he had a narrow escape from
the cow catching him. Mr. E- W.
Gibson has the cow now in
!tis- barn and is going to' try
t, - it. i i t .
usucivc liie oroneii leg put in a
plaster paris jacket.
II. C. McMaken fc So tl II T- unit'
prepared to deliver ice toanvmrt
of the citj-. Telephone No. 72.
Kearney . . .
Standing of the Clubs.
1'Iayeu. Won. Lost.
If in need of a irood mir of r..
tacles go to Geriiig & Co.
Yesterdays Association Games.
We wish our natrons to inU n.
tice that we will move about tli
lirst ot next month to the room for
merly occupied by J. Finley Fohii-
son. tf Bexxett i TlTTT
AT ?III.VA I'KEK.
k 11 K
i0 0 0 M 0 0 0 0 011 7 3
- ..0 0 0 O 1 1 0 0 2 7 1
....100 0 311 -
1 o o o o o 0 o ir
Telephone No. 72 for your sum-
New potatoes at P. J.
Here's theiNew schedule.
ueiow will be found the revised
schedule of games for the Whras.
grocery store on Sixth street. Call a i 'eague, as altered
and see them. at the leaSe meeting held at Hast
ings Saturday after the withdrawal
of the Lincoln -club. The changes
in general were made by substti tilt
ing thedates of one town for those
next on the circuit i.,,f
make contracts with nrann.
clubs desiring rooms or other en
tertainment dlirillfr wnrlH'a f-. : -
n " w- - mil .
Address: Bureau of A t. o ;
- ..rcioiautc 1 " ' til tun, UUI SI
?.1.l?,"tefmment' Lock Box minor alterations were made
fiiitai:U 111. I Tx
......i,Sc. pmje ai ceaince juue
Card of Thanks.
To all those who rendered me as-
The fiilTr dmi.ifti"nn nf tti I 1. 2. 2fi. ID. Tulv 97 A
--w-. v OldlC I ' ' J J LllUSl fc'j
' v """"""" - tickets to Lincoln at the rate of one "rkl"t"0, iU' piemoer 1-, io, at
.stance during my late bereave-I fair for the round trip, May 2o and Grand Island, May- 15, June 22, 23,
went, I wish to return my most sin- I 2 antl limit for return May 27. I July 20, 21. August 18, September 14
cere thanks. A. N. Burkis. I J RNCIS, G. P. A. 1 13,: at Fremont May 3 (two arames.)
at Fremont, May 25, 20, 28, 29. Tune
27, 28, July 25, 26, August 22. 23: at
Plattsmouth, June 1, 2, 29,30, July 27,
2S, August 24.
Grand Island at Hastings, June 8.
9, July 5, 6, August 3, 4, 31, Septem
ber 1; at Beatrice, June 6, 7, July 4
(two games), August 1, 2, 29, 30; at
Kearney, May 30 (two games), Julj
7, 8, August 5, G, September 2, 3; at
Fremont, June 1. 2, 29, 30, July 27, 28,
August 24, 25; at Plattsmouth, June
3, 4, July 1, 3, 29, 30, August 26, 27.
Fremont at Hastings, May 16. 17.
June 10, 11, July 7, 8, Aufiust 5, G,
beptember 2, 3; at Beatrice, June 8
9, July 5, G, August 3, 4. September 1;
at Kearney, June 13, 14. July 9, 11
August 8, 9, September 5, G; at
Grand Island, May 18, 19, June 12, 15,
July 10, 13, August 7, 10. September
4, 8; at Plattsmouth, June 5, G, July
4 (two games), 31, August 1. 28. 29.
Plattsmouth at IIiistinr Mav 1
19, June 13, 14, July 9 11, August 8, 9
oepiemoero, d; at ceatnee lay ie,
in T . irk 11 T 1 r. o 1 . .
ii j one, iu, ji, juiy i, o, August O, o.
September 2, 4; at Kearney June 15,
16, July 12. 13. August 10, 11, Septem
ber 7. 8; at Grand Island May 21, 22,
June 17, 18, July 14. 15. August 12, 13,
September9, 10; at Fremont May
23,24. June 19, 20, July 17. 18, August
x-, ad, oepteniDer ii, is,.
As will be seen br this schedule
each town either has two games on
Decoration day ortwo on the Fourth
1. - 3 :45 a. m.
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No. 4 -.40 l,. m.
No,91 7:i5a. ni.
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v.n. it! t. niiiiiu ava wia accommodate las-
The Place to Buy
MISSOUIil PACIFIC RAILWAY
Xo. 384 Accomodation Leaves....
No. 33 arrives
Trains daily except Fuuday. ""
. 4 ;00 p. m.
A a V r NoS-Meet first and'uiTrTTFH
i da'ev?n,lrKof each month at I OC) F
i iaiijt t ermyiea W ; J S IJarwick,
vv,m viv I
G 4.- K-McConiliie 1'oft No. 45 meets every
aiuiiiiiy cvumiig ai v : 30 in ineir Hall in
Kockwood block. All visiting comrades are
vuiuiauv iuvueu 10 'i-eft wiin us. rred Bates
foet Adjniant ; G. F. Kiles. Fost Commadder!
Knights of PYTHIAS Gauntlet Lode
ninir at thir lmll n-.i- !.nnut a. t".,.!.
visitinxr knifrlit r. -..li-.il.. i' . . .
attend. M X f InfiKt ! r- r-- t ii,.,-,. iv r.c
u ic " -j
v ciuu Oa
A y. v HI Meet second and fourth
" - - ... .txruin ta c m
ir nail. M Vondran. M V. K P Ilrnwn.
Is what you want next and in
this line as in all others we are
Headquarters. When you want
either of these call in and see
us before buying
BROWN & BARRETT.
lUUKftb K)F HU.NOK Meets the first
ami third I hrursday eveninjjs of each
month in !.(). K lill Kir..r.,i,i i.t..i.
CJrsi- lV!llie. Smith, Worthy Sister of Honor
.-irs. .ar1111e jjurnei, sister secretary.
WHERE YOU WILL FIND
i KNIVES, kto
IIASS I.fIf!K Tin Ufl I (W V w......
ory Tuday night at their hall" fn" Fitzgerald
5!uok. All Odd Fellow? are cordiallv iiivlted
c artend when viaiting ia the city. Chrif Fet
eren. x . OnDorn, Secretary.
ROYAL AKUANAM-rsK Council No 1021.
.ieei ai me jv. or r. nail in tne Fanne e &
Graitr block over Uennett & Tuttg, visiriuif
wit-uiicii mviiru. ueiiry erii;, Kegent
Thos Walling, Secretary.
rASs CAMP No. 332 M. W. A. meets every
- ceuonu aim rounn iionaay evnlnfc in
.iitgnaiu umi. ihiiiuk neiifiiuors welcome
P. C. Hansen. V. O. : P. Hertenbereer, W. A.
8. C. Wilde. Clerk. " '
(CAPTAIN H E PALMEK CAMP NO 50
w Sons of Veterans, division of Nebraska, U
o. a. meet every xuesaay nignt at 7 :30 o'clock
m their hall in Fitlgerald block. All sons and
visiting comrades are cordiaLy invited to meet
with lis .1 .1 Knrt7 rnmni.iiHv. u a 11 -
Elwain, 1st Seargent.
rjAUGHTERS OF KEBECCA Bud of Prom-
fourth Thursday eveniDgs of each month in
tn r i n V hall If T 17 ll-.m . .
v. v. j . iia it. wia. a . r. iiimiiis, in .
G. ; Mrs. John Cory. Secretary.
1 .. w..-.., . L r- a k I ;
w everv Monnav evening at th r.nmi a rm
hall. A. F. Groom, preaident, Thos Walling,
Plattsmouth - - Nebraska.
I wish to specially recommend.
It 19 absolutely safe.
GOODS SOLD ON THE INSTALL
ment plan as cheap as for cash,
on easy monthly payments. Come
in and examine my anti-rust tin
ware which is warranted not to rust
for one year. If at any time von
want anything new that we do not
happen to have in stock we can get
ii ior you on two days' notice.
42 1 Main-St., Plattsmouth