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frTs rhnlionA r , 1 tending surgeon indicates but lit-
.n s Challenge Promptly ..
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BOrkmfln ClvCm a HAarlna.
PlTTSUUKG. lulv 29. Thia eve.
mug's bulletin issued by the at-
A LOUISVILLE TIME.
ITII SHARP LANCES.
is the Knlgh Who Picks it up
I a Champion of the First
1 District Republicans
The Arrangents to
be Made Later
'. Lincoln Journal this morn
' J c
r ie first congressional district I ters presided at the hearing.
save in the direction of continued
improvement. It is now thought
that he will be on his feet and
a era in nersonallv assume the di
rection of the varied interests of the
Carnegie steel company in two or
three weeks at the latest.
This afternoon the would-be as
sassin, Berkman, was given a pre
liminary hearing in the county jail
office and was admitted to bail
aggregating $24,( X), which was not
furnished, and the guilty anarchist
was remanded for court. Police
Judge Grip and Alderman McMas-
LAWTEE H1EEPE1CE It ECU YES A T0S61E
LASHIKtt FROM AN I BATE FEXALI.
G. A. Anderson Makes Life Burden
some for Some of the People
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. j .i i irn niifnru vrniciua v
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.tollowinr the republican nom
', on. with a challenge for joint
J j-'te issued by Congressman
5?n and immediately accepted
j "'fudge Fields, the republican
? 5 lire I. II. Broady, chairman of
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democratic central coranmicc cuarjjc oi
J Se first district, yesterday caused I another charge
i ?e delivered to IIon-LC. T. Boggs, 1 cealed weapous.
rf t . l.t:..on antral
nil an ut iuc icuunvou
f v-frtt.v. X.r.Tulv29.1892: Hon
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; I iiAn-fra rfin rmnn Dear sir:
r itfmi.iT.nlii. candidate for con-
I '"a and the democratic congres
r al committee for the first dis-
!m and thprpfnre desire to have
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It discussions oi me pomicai io-
i i.iwn ine aemocraiiu iuu
ii okiron atwli(1ntpi( fnr roncress
- i n lipvi-rnl cniitities of the dis-
your friend is dot unfriendly to
, tv candidates. I wish
" lu-ivmi nml make the necessary
.ngement therefor, and invite
1 to meet me for that put pose.
- proposition is made so early
vniil nnv tlflSS ible enibarrass-
lt to you on the grounds oi pre-
' J. II. Bkoady, Chm'n
r. Bogga was seen ;iast evening
reporter and acknowledged
Grip examined the witnesses on the
charge of felonious assault, pre
ferred by Superintendent of Police
O'Mara, and held the prisoner in
$10,000. Alderman McMasters ex
amined witnesses on three different
charges, one of entering a building
with intent to commit a felony, one
charge of felonious assault and
of carrying cop
The bail fixed ag
gregates $2iflC0. The elevator man,
David Fortney, of the Chronicle-
Telen-raDh buildimr. and Vice-
Chairman Leishman, of tLe Carne
gie company, were the only wit
nesses examined. In reply to
Questions the prisoner said he in
tended to kill Frick. not to torture
him. He did not want to harm
Not Sufficient Evidence.
The following, from Hastings,
appeared this morning in the
"Kd Huirhes. the man who was
charged by Mrs. Grace Pennington
with obtaining $22a under false pre
tences, was given a preliminary
hearing before County Judge Bur
ton yesterday. Hughes was ar
rested in Lincoln at the instance of
Mrs. Pennington, who claimed that
upon representations made to her
bv Huirhes that he owned certain
property she had loaned the amount
in question to him. The defend
ant claimed that the amount was a
t he had received such a com
nication from Judge Broady.
foil will accept of course
.i response to this question mere
13 an impressive pause, a piercing " ...
nee followed by a merry twinkle simple loan and acknowledged his
Ju ize Field" said Mr. Boggs, in
nest terms, "has four chips on
h shoulder and it was our in
' tion to issue a challenge before
- s was received. We are desirous
iroiner before the people and I
. ve addressed a letter to that effect
h Judge Broady."
?ilr. Boinr3 has produced a copj
his reply, which is as follows
.IXCOIA-, Neb., July 29, 1892. Hon.
. .-i. Broady, tnairman-iear oir:
:ich you state yourself and the
' nir .Vitit n-rtoH would result from
discussion of the political issues
Ltween tne repuoncan anu u.mo-
itic parties Dy tneir respective
ditates for congress in tnis ais
ITfrtn rnilMIl ltinc our candi
r te and in the hope of securing
T.od results ana in compliance
th the expressed desire lof your
.t anf candidate I am pleased to
c cept your suggestions for joint
Abates and will meet you at any
rmVn time and olace to ar-
r iirr( the details of such meetincrs.
-v-ry truly, . i.ouuus,
Republicans are enthusiastic in
irrrt r f Tudtre Field and are
eased at the prospect of going he
re the oeoole with a champion in
V Jose invulnerability and ability
"ey have unbounded confidence."
I. Passed Resolutions.
L At a meeting of Bud of Promise
dge No. 40, Daughters of Kebecca,
t Thursday evening, the follow
t g resolutions were passed:
i Whereas, It has pleased the
3ipreme Creator and Kuler in His
fallible wisdom to remove from
ir midst our beloved brother,
B. Shryock; therefore, be it
Resolved, That we tender to the
ereaved family of our departed
rUther in this hour ot -tneir irrep
.Vable loss and affliction the most
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cartteit ympain "-?-.
v m .. r. i.om f rn st i n rr at the
ie time that. He who knoweth
- ... Hneth all thin ITS
! ifcil lie Great Kuler. of A ounded
: ,d onlv true source of con-
le.a.V:- in time of sorrow and be
k Ivement, will, m
fe.rwise providence and in His own
. , sod time, neat u .
V -jh and throw around the widow
l r".i.-to, i.ereft as they are
2 their earthly protector, the man
i oi His all-sheltering care and
rMection to lead and guide their
Itsteps down life's rough path
rlr to a happy reunion with nim,
. brother who has gone before.
A leeVolved That as a mark of our
j v Kesuiviu, of our de-
artld brother, the charter of this
P. -.SnSTiS : draped in mourning for
I -he period of three months trom
-'Stef death; also that these reso
i ate oi '""f. . record3 of
' 1 ' f .milv Of OUr UCtcaocu
K-nt the family oi o furnisned
-brother, and cPlc JJ. citv or
the daUy papers of this city ior
MXS8 1IATTIE SH1PMAX,
LAUKATS3 N.G u
, .Salesman T weekly
V hVwhr Zny of onr agents.
indebtedness. At the conclusion
of the testimony Judge Burton re
leased the prisoner, as there was
not sufficient evidence to hold him.
It was said that Hughes would
shortly be rearrested upon the
same charge and that additional
evidence would be adduced."
The Countess -Brazza, writing to
Mrs. Potter-Palmer from Venice,
touching the hope for exhibit at the
world's fair of the historical collec
tion of laces, the property of the
queen of Itally, makes several inter
esting statements. The countess
says the queen intends sending the
crown laces, "a thing never done by
any sovereign outside of her own
country. Our history of lace be
gins a thousand years before Christ
with photographs of objects found
in the Egyptian torn bs. The coun
tess guarantees the most perfect ex
hibit of its kind ever made, and
stimulates only for an advantage
ous location. A .drawing oi tne
proposed arrangement was en
closed in the letter, with a minute
and detailed description of the exhibit.
For some time trouble has been
existing beetween G. A. Anderson
and the people of Louisville and
last week S. P. Metz, becoming tired
of being bullyragged, struck An
derson on the head which resulted
in Anderson causing Metz's arrest.
Metz secured a chancre of venue
from Weeping Water to 'Squire
Mitchell's, six miles southwest of
that place. The day set for the
trial was last Thursday, and about
two dozen went through the rain
and mud to attend the trial. Plenty
of "booze" was taken along and as a
result the whole party became
pretty well filled up and the lawyers
tottered as they marched into court.
D. O'Connel of Omaha, plead the
case for the complainant and ueo
W. Makepeace for the defense. The
case was dismissed by the 'Squire
After the crowd had returned
Lawyer Makepeace was sauntering
quietly and peacefully down the
street when a rap on the window
drew his attention. Entering he
was asked by Mrs. G. A. Anderson,
"Did you bring that fellow back
witk you?" (meaning Metz.) His re
sponse being in the affirmative she
flew at him with tongue and
fist with the tongue uttering
gome of the most disgraceful
words, calling Makepeace names
that would be horrible for a man to
utter. Makepeace had her arrested,
but she wished her trial postponed,
which Judge Cline granted, under
bonds of $50. While she was trying
to secure bon.ds, "Lawyer Marks,"
as he is termed here, from Omaha,
who was defending the case for
Mrs. G. A. Anderson, got into a
rousing controversy with 'Squire
Cline concerning the late arrest,
which resulted in O'Connel, the
Omaha lawyer, being fined $1 for
contempt of court. He, refusing to
pay, was marched by the constable
straight for the lock-up, but before
he got very far "Marks" shelled out
the money and was at once released.
Court resumed once more and this
time O'Donnel pleaded that Mrs.
Anderson could not appear before
the court that night. She was
placed in the hands of the marshal
until morning, but was allowed to
stav at home. "Marks" giving his
word that he would be responsible
for her appearance. The next
morning Mrs. Anderson paid her
fine, which cleared her from the
SUMMER UNDERWEAR AND LIGHT-WEIGHT CLOTHING,
FOR THREE MORE
Largest Stock Ever Selected From
o AND o .
LOWEST CASH PRICES. '
THIS STOCK MUST BE OLD AT ONCE
TO MAKE' ROOM FOR
The Largest Stock of Clothing
EVER BROUGHT TO PI.ATTSNOUTH.
Opera House Block,
First M. E. church, L. F. Britt,
D. D., pastor. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. by the
pastor. After the sermon proba
tioners will be received into full
connection. The fourth quarterly
love feast will be held at 3 p. m.
The Epworth league will meet at
7 p. m. in the gallery of the church.
At 8 p. m Rev. Asa Sleeth, presiding
elder, will preach, followed by tne
sacrament of the Lord's supper.
All are cordially invited to attend
The Bee this morning says that
Urpd Moldenhauer and Mrs. Ava
Tornhoff were - granted a permit to
wed by Judge Elier ot uougias
miinlv. Ava Fornhoff is the party
whom her relatives have asked
Judge Ramsey to appoint a guar
dian for, claiming she is incom
petent to attend to her business.
Moldenhauer is a widower, whose
wife died last winter, leaving seven
motherless children. This same
oolied to Judge Ramsey
for a license, but they were refused
until the hearing upon the appoint
ment for a guardian.
I The following item, clipped from
the Ft. waaison nowa. uciuuuoi,
contains information well werth
remembering: -nr. jonn jr.ui.ii.oi
this City, wno mei WHO an actmcm
a few days ago, spraining and
bruising his leg and arm quite
severely, was cured by one 50-cent
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm."
This remedy is without an equal
for sprains and bruises and should
have a olace in every household.
For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
PASSENGER TRAIN DITCHED.
Wreck Without Injury to Lite on the
At 4 o'clock yesterday morning
the St. Louis express on the Missou
ri Pacific was ditched between
Wyoming, Otoe county, and Union,
this county. On board the train
was a part of the Plattsmouth dele
gation to the republican conven
tion held at Nebraska City. The
wreck was a bad looking affair, but
strange to say no lives were lost
and not a scratch was received.
Owing to precaution of the en
gineer the train was running at the
rate of about twenty miles an hour.
It comprised six cars and every car
left the track with the exception of
the sleeper. The engine plowed in
to the mud and turned over, while
the tender was ditched on the op
posite side. " Momentum caused
the train to practically fold up
without telescoping. The smoking
car was found across the track with
one end smashed.
The cause of the accident was
spreading of the rails, which re
sulted in the ties, rails and roadbed
being literally torn to pieces, but
together with damage to cars the
whole can be replaced at compara
f ivelv sliirht ' loss. Both fireman
and engineer remained at tneir
The delegates were transferred to
Union, where they spent the day,
returning home on the afternoon
& .omont-n- tw the name of M. S.
Powers, fell from the roof of a house
??,,, naivT--ina- inwa and sus
tained a painful and serious sprain
ot the wrist wnicn ne uuicu
--.. v-4i. rxf Phainhmaina oain
r E.X arv.A-r v.
V.1v. TTo anxra it i.4 worth $5 tO
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a hnttip i t rnsi nirri w ccuia .
sale by by F. G. Fricke & Co.
EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE
CO.. OF N, Y.
T. H. Pollock, Agent,
Is in store for all who use Kemp'f
Balsan tor tne tnroat anu iuurb mc
4. m.mn.MiH rpmpdv. Would
lctxt wic a--- j - -.-
you believe that it is sold on its
merits and that any druggits is au-
.v. Vk-r Vi o nrnoriptor of this
J.-L.Vv mr J - I
-.nnHar.nl rfm((.V to five VOU a
samole bottle free? It never fails
.. .t anfi and fVhmniC CO U IT II 8.
All druffpists sell Kemp's Balsam.
.Large noiues owe auu
M-t.i n water Consumers.
The hours set apart to sprinkle
lawns aret5:30 to 7 o'clock a. m. and
a & rJtinr-lr n m. Sorinklinc
j ivjr v" v --.-.-. x k tp
must be confined to these 'hours,
and hose found in use except during
4V. ghnvf named hours will ' be
v... . -tn-stVimit further notice.
6 Plattsmouth Water Co.
ki r. r Martina. Saratoga. N. Y.
TV, nminiinn T-n ii iri n ir oasseti-
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cers to deposit tickets with the joint
" . a i.,:.. linpa at Raratnira
has been cancelled. Tickets will be
honored for return from Saratoga
anv intermediate ooint, any
VFJL jLJLvru- " "? . . -
t;m mo to Sen. 15. It is not neces
sary to go to Saratoga to have the
tickets executed for return.
. . t. Francis.
Gen. Pas. Agt.
- j -. 0 Contractors'
Sealed proposals will le received by the
. cli t.Aa.l nf oiirniinn until
with plans and sciflcations on file at the
ra.t.on.1 bank of J Plattothach
to reject 8ny?ouT
By order ot xne no. . Sec'y.
The" JPJU2.ce to Buy
GOLD AND POBCELA1N CKOWNSJ
Bridge work and fine gold work a
OB. 8TEINAUS LOCAL M Mtt u other
eaUiettcsKivea iurm. ijii-it---i wj..
a A. MARSHALL, - Fitzgerald Wo
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JI.L. X i
wucrr -r-ou WILL FIN
The city council will hold a
special meeting Monday evening to
take action upon the paving of
Sixth street. The property owners
tfave decided to pave w,Vth brick.
Tho ladies of the M. E. church
held a social at the residence of
Allen Beeson last nicrht that was
larn-Plv attended. The yard was
profusely decorated with bunting
and Chinese lanterns, ice cream
j and cake were served.
My house and three lots corner
Sixth and Dey, price $L200.
- Mrs. T. A. G. Bueix,
Central City, Neb., apc.E.R. B.
T. H. Pollock, Agent.
tu p AM. will sell round trip
.-1 n-nvpr. Auirust 3 to 7, m-
UtClo w ' . . . ..
I elusive, for $12. Final nmix, v
10. Continuous passage "
direction. J. Fkancw, u. . .
R W HTERS
1 n .r.f Z a h.tracter Solicito
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Seal Estate, Loan and Insurance Agent
If you have real estate to sell or
exchange send us description, price
Abstracts of title furnished at reas-
POLLOCK & HYERS
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Office under Caw Coanty Bank.
rr... -v' .. ; a (tip nnlv irreat dailv
newspaper in the United States fav
orintr tne iree auu --...--.
aire of silver. I you. desire to read
ud on this great issue, and to keep
up on . ? Vi-. woaf hpr
fully pOSteu rcf;oiuii.6 w.--
mines and her industries, subscribe
for this great journal. Send in
your subscriptions at once.
Artdress. THE NEWS,
Among Tobacco, Havana
alone pleases the taste ot
the critical connoisseur. No
artificial process can en
hance its value. The "Bud"
cigars are always made of
the finest Havana fillers and
, has always been esteemed
above every other brands
made ar sold at Plattsmouth.
JOHN A DAVIES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office in Uuibn Blook
xr TQi.TOtITH. - " NEBRASKA
A jrm. m. w-
I wish to specially reco i
It la absolutely a
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GOODS SOLD ON THE
ment plan as -cheap a-t'
on easy monthly paymenJT
in and e-rnm ir. Be
. j auj.
ware which is warranted
ior one year. If at an
want anything new yArf Ji V
it for yo on two dical,
to try the '
ize free; At
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