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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , TUESDAY , NOVEMB1SK 24. 1885.
TIIT I l\r \ I t VIMl'P f\P Till' 1t \ " 1 HE LOCAL Mitt SOI * niElA\ ) \ , Gomel Ing Alont tlic St , Louis Oattlemcn'i Uonveiitiuii fmnn Meets tnis Week. itII II NOTES ON THE LAUEH TRAGEDY , The rnnernt oftlic Victim Yostorilnj Aildlllimiil Testimony in Ilio C. sc--Otici' ) Itn- pordtiit Cattlemen In Convention. Tin s com ! nal.unai convention of tin Cattle and llor u Growers association met ts in St Louis this Wc.-k com mciicing .voslerday. Aseriliein conversa tion with Mr ,1 A MeSh.incyustetdny wit- inlorme.l by that gentleman Hiatus tar us. lie km-w no caltlemen or .stockmen from Uniahu or vicinity would bo present nt the convention. "I h.ivu no douiit , ' lie nid , "but tlmt the meeting will bt Img'l.v attended and that it will be n v.-rv pro liable one. No Omaha "lock- man lias the time to go down hnW.-ver jMosl of us li'ive altended the nationi , M n ) \ ( irovvir-t convenl on in Chicagi winch w.ts fur moie important than ( hi one lo be held in M Louis. " I'Xiensivc pieparulions have been Hindi" beatlleincn and " > l-K-k raiser * throug'u'onl Hie west and -ontliwest in ttnticipatioii of Ibis coiiveiilion 'Ihu . - inilro.uU tci w -i rn and oulliwesti-rn minuting nl * t Louis have made < p < cm rites for the oce isiim , and it .s . expected that the convention will be well : itli-ndcd Amen those who will nd.lress . the convention uie lion I ) II Moore , ( ' ( dorado , Col. II M. Tnvlur , agent I'nitcd Stales bureau of animal in Uiistry. New .Mexico , Col Isaac 11. Knov jin identst Louis Niit.imal Slock Yar I- coniiianv , ilV. . llnrclny. M P. , London , Kngmml , ex-Ciovernor Stone , Iowa , lion 1' R Moorelnnd. New Yoik , und Severn others The topics discussed will take r wide range , cinhraeing cattle , trans portation , norse-i , dressed bed , branding , cattle Hails , Alnerean btet abKiai und hgislatioii on these and coguatt matters. Special committee reports will uecomp-iny mnnof tin addresses. ; \ pi ries o' entertainments has been pro \ided foi the visitors , and will cmbraci the distribution ol souvenir badges , : grand ball and concert , musical ami theatrical perlornmnces , a < ; raiid ilium : ilion , a cowboy band and parade am : i m.ignilieent pvioleehnic display. It i < the deterniiimlioii of Ihu eiitoitainmenl commitleu thai the caltlc men will havi us much combined pleasure and prolil a' possible during their .stay. TlllO Ij\nil TKAKKDV. Tlie rnliiftiuiute Victim of Her Hus band's llullci Ijalit nt Kcst. The Mioiilinsf ol Mis. L-aiici li.hei . hiishind . .lolmV. . Liinor , still continues to lie the main tin me ( if convcisatiun in all nicies. Yesteiday District Atliuney IMelli made the iiiotiuii lieiiite.fudize.Neville that a special iriiiml | tube \ called to investigate tin : ciri-iuiist.iuce ut the eiiiiie. In ui.iKhu Hit luiilltiu he allliiled In the jieueial Icelim : tlmt the cHseiui lit to lie tullv \amincd anil all details ut the luxsteiv so Ini us possible clt'.n- eil up. .liid-'e Neville pa-setl tuvoiMfolv upon ( hi mntliiii. lie liifniiiii-d a icioitci | > estei- ( liv lli.it the maud iui > would pioltalilv he called stiinetliui" the imcp.ut til tins week. 1:1. : \.ISIKI\IIM , mi ; r vsi. . Coioner lie\el , accompanied b.v Di. Ayies , the phsicnn ! wliuiiiaile the Ili'sl alitoiisj , iM-ut out to the I.auci icsltlem-e jesti-iduv lo leain if nn > new laets euuitl be developed. 1)1.vies ) m.iile , i call-till cxamiii itiou ot Ihr luid.s. but illscoveied no new hiuises 01 ui.iiUs If ol violence which would tlnow mi ) light on I ft taciujslci ) . suis. ! . .vt in's : i r.vKiiAi. . Jtis. Lauer's luueialoceinied al twno'elorl ; .ve-t. ' da > aiteiuooii lioui the house wheiii .she . , o lir'icallj ended hci iinhaiipy Hie. Dean Millspaiu-h olllriated at the luuiie and idsoat IhcKiave In I'lospivt 11111 ccuicleij , wheie he lead the builal iltcs ot the Upiseo- ] ialclmich. 'Iheluueial was uioic laiely ( at- tcudcdlhan au.v olisiMjuicsocciuiui ; ol it'cent yeais In tliNellv ami the llond tiiliutes wcic MiuiethiiiK vvlilrn has nuvei befoie been seen lu-cc. The b nl > , clad In lu-i vvctldlnt ; KIU- lueuts , vvas encased In a lua niliceut lose- wi'mil cnskct , on the lid ot vvhiclia sllvei plate lime the simple iusciii lion. "S.dlle I unor. ii etl ! i"i ycais. " 'I'he fealuiceiobeauhliii in their calm seienih and , bat 1m the cruel dislmuratioii , iii.ule by the tatal bullet , and the tell-tale iulhii. lesnmlilcd mine the lace ol sleep. Klovveis lay evciy- vlii-icabuut the apaitiucnl , over the casket , nml In ovei ) toiiiei. iillim ; the ait with their tr.i'iiince. | It sccutcn that the luemlsol thu ( lead woman In thcliical ; ; muulicr ami the fullness ol their iriiof must have uxluustnl thecoiiservaloiicsof the oilv to piovlilc these- xpleiiilld tcbtlmiiuialsot love ami esteem. ' 1 he Jumilv was piesoiit and the husbaml maiilfestcd moie lervent u'ricf over the cntllii than he has peiudllcd hliiiself In liululuc In Mncctlictingcily. A line ot loitv cainnu'cs ami as many imuu biiL' Ies tullovvcd the hear.se to tliei-emcli-iy and lully Ihieo hiin- dieil iieople witnessed the intciincut. 'I'he iiill-hciiieis vveie Messis. , lmi , I'lalk , Win. vVilliauih. .liio. A. McShalie , LetKunk - houst-r , Ken ( iallauhui anil John i MK | CVNS'OT I.KAVt : . After the Inncral Lauer announced tlmt onu of his .sjsters living in Cleveland was M-rion.sly ill and not expected to live , and that this inorninir ho would .send his hister Mil t rva to Cleveland to care for her As Miss Mini rva is one of } the most important witnesses to bo es i nniincd at Lancr'n hearing Thursday , s | c 't being Iho only pcivon in the house be- Bides tlio two principnlh nt tlie time of Iho shooting , District Attorney Kstelle will refuse lo allow her lo go to Cleveland until ufler to-morrow. LanurV Mster , who is sick , IK tMH Waite , and her relatives have kepi fumi her the news elf f the tragedy tor fear of fatal conse- t ( | iniieos | She resides about three miles from Cleveland. I < AW AMI ouniu. ; A Htrouc licticil l > Vein "AVd ( lie \Vork in ; ; me u oronialin , " To the Kdilor A grent deal has been raid of Into nl out .Marshal C'unimiug-i nnd his unlitncis for the position winch ho now holds as chief of pollen of this city. 1 will take a lurd's-eyo view of hit. work sineo ho was nppoinlod to that position ly Mr. Clnisu. In the Hr t place lie MippresM'd one of the most noted dives in this city , tlio Unekinglmm the- HUT. The pollen force 1ms been put in good working order by him , ami ( ho men nro obliged to attend .strictly to their du- t\ Hu has I'L-ted all of tlm women of the town ; tlmt lnin.fi ; Iho city a largo rovo- | | MHO from thai Minn u. Ho 1ms .siippiesbt-d s ; the sale of liquors in all of the houses of L ill faino in lliis city , lie has htrictly on- IL f n-ed the nudnight cloiiug ordinance , | i iiml ho it > lea red by thu thieves , thujas , PI rowdies nnd loafer. * of this city. | | Ho has shown himself willing nt : inj nnd all time.9 to obey the oulurs of Jlr Huyd and I would like to know wlmt nioro doe.s thin gcntlenmn waul , llu Is neither the tool nor fool of nnv man nnd lie will not bo used nor allow nn , ) man or M'l ' of men to USD his position to the del rimcnt of this city and its interest. 1 would like to ask the ipiestimi of Mr. Jloyd. when nnd where in tlm history of tins ellv did wo have u marshal that per- lot met ) his duty equal to CnmniingiV Mr ltiv ( , < l Inis been opposed to .Marslml simply because ho could not n.-e him as a tool in Mis can\as for iua\or of ( tils oily against Mr Murphy , and ho uislu-s to nmiovi ) him M > that ho could put : i tool ( if ills own in that position \Vo. Iho working men of I his city , w t > h to thanks tu John II , I'uru uuU his In tlio city t-ouncil for the jnp tort they hau1 given the marshal , he is a pro-i-nt itivi- of our association Mid we pledge him our undivided snii port in tiniiitete t of law mid order If it iliv ttnHIM ! MM * tnw itilrtnl < > r tnirritii if tins cit > will make a call Ihcie is Co.K ) men that will come to their aid mid n1- -istjim-e in the interest of law and order with strong hearts ntn ! willing binds n-iidi ut a'O > ind all ( imt" > toiippri' s ln\vlijs ne's in thi citv.Vc nrc not jroin lo allow either Miloonisti orR-nn- tilers , or tlin s to run tins city in the in- of nti.v political p.iily 01 political This ihm has % OI\P \ about far Mr Moid , and it will bo loyonr interest to put a slop to Hit-i eon a pos sible , and let the mai < hal and Ills police force nlanc Do your duty by this ritv and its citi/.cns , us yon propod to do when yon vvc-ro elected as its re- foim rnndidatc for tuuvor.Vlnrc Is ionr boa'ted reform ? It is in making uaron the marshal and the republican members of tlio council , then wo have had reform with -a vun eanoi.Ve have a powerful weapon in our hands. It N the liallot and wo intund to u < o it with moderation and dUcn-lion irrespective ol paily , in Iho intere-t of anytliin-4 tlmt pertains lo the welfaru of this city and its law Hliidmir cili/.ens. We havu homes and familieinoiir midst and wo will proleet them with onr lives if ncces ary , and we demand lioni jou as executive of - lriet enfoic-umciit of o.licer tnis- city a the Slocumb law as it stands on the Mat- ntcs of this st.ite. We call upon the po lice jndfje to jriv" his aid and assistance to tlic mai-hal in iipin"in4 | : ; ciime nnd 'tricll.y enlorcin tin- laws ot this city. Wo call upon tlio-e member * of the coun cil who were elci t"il to their po-itioiH by the votes ( ) f win kinsmen to lesion the po sition they havu ili raeed and winch they wi ic never competent or qnalilicd to till , and wo luqiic-L themto ive an explanation planation ot ( heir conduet to I lie inen v\ho n voles placed them in this ollioe. We want bot'i ' thu nnyor and these jjcn- tli'im-n to nndeistand that they are the paid bervaiils ot this city and ils citi/ens .mil not its dictators' , and wm-ncver they fail in HID pcrforniance of their duty wo would advise them thai Ilio easie t way to iiilvi ; thu problem would lie to step down and out. In an interview mildi-hcd in Thursday morning's lleralo , Mr. Ijoyd sa s , " 1 never Uioufilit CiiminiiiL- ; for the po sition and he Knew it " I say 1 can pioMiit that ( 'nuiminus ; is bettnr qnali- tied for the position than any man Mr liojd ever proposed lo the council. All ot Ins actions to ; to .show that ( 'uni- tnin s is the hi st marshal that we ever had in this city Mr. Ho\d uKo ia.s . that the eonnci | will run thinjrto suit Iheniselve- " until next spring. 'Ve , Mr. Uo.d . , and if vveate mil jjroallr mistaken tincouncil will keep on running lliiuKs to .suit Ibis city and ils citi/.c-n while , \our administration of afl'airs lasts , for wo are toin ? ; to have a little .spmethinu ; to say in the election in the spring. We paid'onr respects to Mime ot jour bench- inon al the tall election in < rooil i > liape , and we will beiTpared ] to do tin ) same thin' ; ne\t spring' . Yours truly , \VoKKINftM4X. \ . U.MTI3I ) STATUS COUIIT. Addilloniil Testimony Taken in tlio I/eyiiaril C.isu Vostorday. In the United btatfs court .jestorday .Iml e Dnndy's uttention wiia taken up during the day listening lo additional testimony for the prosecution in the Leg- nard CIBO. : Thu 11 r t witness called was , Albert Wettcrland , of Chicago , who is now cn- K.ijiod in tlic roolinj ; Imsiness. Hi : testi fied thai in lbj : liu entered into an agrco- iiientw'ith Legnard to provo up a chum tor him. He was to occupy it si\ months and receive $1 ' 0 for his sen ices. He at tended the meeliii' ; at the ollieo of Charles A. Florence , at which time were present Larscn , Johnson , Hobb , Holberg and olliors. The men talked with Leg- nard about the provisions which were to lie lurnished them and other mat ters which had been agreed upon , and Legnard told them that if they would live 1111 to their iigrcemcnt he would live up to his. The wilncs * testi- lied that lie did not read the contract which Legnard luid drawn up about turning over the lands alter they had been proved up , Imt he cigned it. All he knew about it was tlmt it was in writing. When he arrived on the Nobrftska land hi : did the hauling of provisions and other articles He left , Chicago May 'Jl ami arrived in Ha sptt , this i-latc. oil May 20 The honsu which he ocenpind wasiontlic corners of two sections , to that the letter of tlm law was complied with without the additional expense of putting up another lumsi ! . Kmil Johnson was the next witness called. He said that Leguard came to him and oaid that lie wanted to hire a good man to lake charge of stock and lakiii ( ) land in Nebraska. Ho agiced to pay thu witness tK'O tor his work , nnd $ .1 a month extra to net nfc foreman ol the gang ; . Ho agreed to the proposition and came lo Nebraska on May ' 'I or'JI. Legnard told him that all the n.cn wouhl have to do would Ini to get in ten ton * of hay , and then they could put in the rust ot thu time limiting and lishing. Subsequently Legnard came out to eo thorn and want ed them to put up COD tons of hay. Thu men iiroteslcd , but Legnard told them that tliey would havu to do as ho said 01 he would not pay their faro back to Chicago , bo they concluded to do us ho told them to. Mr. Whilmore , of Long 1'ine , thnn tes tified that he located the land * and made the declaratory statements lor tlm boys I'hero were U , ' " < > acres taken up alto gether Tlm prooff. of Holberg , Larson and Amler-on wenin hid handwriting Thomas Andois n , tlio cook for thu naity , Isadorc lloldbcrg , .1. 11. Krd and Harry Lai-sen also testified ( o having taken up lands for Legnard. but no new lads were developed in addition lo the testimony already givvn. The cafe will bo continued to-day. AnollKMfiiillty IdgiiniMan. . The trial ot August C. Uhtof for run ning liU saloon on Douglas ntreel utter midnight on November fi was held in po- Iico eoiiit yesteuliiy afteuiuon licfoio liulgo Slonberg and a jnrj' . Witnesses were called anil toitilicil to having pur chased beer at the time and place men tioned. Uhiofwastha only witness on the part of the defense , but as he did not deny tlio violation of the law hi evidence mil no weight with the jury. As tlio rial ol the Higgins case had knocked ho bottom of the " " out "agreement" tes timony no witnesses were called on tlmt mint The case was submitted to thu urv shortly before it o'clock , who re- tnrnod a verdict of guilty in a very few ninuto.s. Judgo.Stcnhcrgthcnsentenced Cjitofto pay a line of $100. There Is Hti.l ono other case Hgainst the same defendant - fondant Atlornoy Hawes , one of tlio counsel for i'litof , announced ntlor the trial yosier- lay that it was his intention to prosuouto mder Iho anti-tioat law , all ot the wit nesses In tlii'su cases who tcbtilled to hav ing purchased liquor for tlienuelvca ami othiirs "And I will convict them , too , " continued Mr Hawe.s , "for I will take the cases before a justice who is going out of ollieo , and will bu d it ati.\ious to got thu costs. " Marriauo licenses were issued yostcr- da.to . Michael K. Munis and Ltuirii A. .Martin. 1'itriuk t'uhor and Anna Hvan , AiiKn t Krakownki und Anmr/ia Ian- kowski , all of Omaha , and John 11. Huedv , of Kansas , and Lu-siu Hcpp. at Omufia. 11AIDWAV MATTCIIH. The > Illw.iukrc' ! I e lrc A I.ouji ClljCoiiiinlltoc Idaho tjiititbct' . When J.T Clark and the parly of Chicago cage , Milwaukee nnd St I'aul othcln ! ' were here tlicv .pent a gicat deal of their time in consultation with General Manager Cnllawuy of th Union 1'ucilio Togethrr with other matter * they ex pressed a de < ire that the Milw inkce ob tain bridge right of way and facilities- for a union connection with the Union I'acilic on this title. Mr Callaway when approached on this matter st Ued tlmt U was the whh and ultimate purpose of all the pfistt-vn roads to cros into Omaha but at this time such a Men was not lo bo considered In tlm llr t place the pro'-ent bridgu cannot accommodate ad ditional Iralllc nnd the trnckngc in tin- jards is not snllicicnl even for the l ui ness of tlic Union I'acilic , which foi ils own u e is new planning liiftrcti miles additional switch track' . Above all , nothing can be done until the ritv sullies the vexed questions \iadncts ami cro-s streets. Mr Callaway will Imusonieihing to mj publicly in tlii.s tc- g ml before long The auxietof the Milwaukee to get into ( ) inalm is probablv gi eater than lhal of anv of the other eastern roads' , a its busini-ss in lids region needs bolstering up As indicated in the t Incuts against the Milwaukee in the pending < ; tiife over droned meat , the point of atlack would probably be between Chicago and Si I'aul wliort ) the Milwaukee has ils great est inteiv-'I's. However , if all matters can be Mitisfaclorily arranged it will not bo many months betore Omaha will bo thp union point of all roads converging in this neighborhood. i.ori * nn ' .s. M-AN-IS. Messrs Ay. II. Conner , II S , llaylmrst , .1 I'liil Jaeiter and \V. \ D. Jones , si coin- miltei ) of Lonp City citi/.eiis , ariived in lownyestcrdav and called upon ( icncral Manager Callaway. Thoj itslt of the Union I'aeinc Lompanx thai the line pushing-out toward ati'i within twenty miles of their town lie completed irom the Howard county linelhi * winter. Mr Callaway gave tlio committee careful hearing and said that lie would do the best that could lie done. The grading is linislied , but it N uqncttion whether the material can be brought in and the track laved during cold weather. The com- niitlee ib .stojiping at the Millaid. iiiio i.t } iiiiu. : There arc on esbibition in the Union 1'aeilic general freight ollice two splen did samples , of pine planking , cut near 1'ayette in western Idaho , on the route of thu Oregon Short Line It is excellent lumber and the Omaha lumber mer chants arc 'united to call and inspect it. Theie are countless acres of the limber in Unit region , ami the Union Pucitic in tends to enter with it the most active competition against the Southern Pa cific which , from its timber tracts near TruckeeNevada , has controlled the lum ber business ot the \ve l. NOTIIs AM ) I'KltsQ.VMs The ollices of the Chicago , St. LVil , Minneapolis & Omaha are now well en sconced in the new building , and passcn Kcr trallie seems really lo be boomed by the handsome slrncturc The woik of enlarging the freight depot will now be taken up. W. 11. Underwood , of the Mulligan Central at Chicago , is in the city. W. 1" . McMillan , assistant' general fi eight agent of the Union 1'aciiic , . Im icUnacd tiom the east. It vyill be learned with general regret in railway ciiclcs that C. T. Henderson , agent ot the Union I'aeilic at Norfolk , is l > ing very ill at Sehuvlcr with licmor- rliago of thu lungs. His condition is con sidered critical. The Union I'aeilic runs an excursion train ot seven sleepers out of here bound for California on Wednesday , the L'oth inst The loiind trip fare is f 100. U W. Clark , puynmlor ot the Chicago cage , St Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha , accompanied by his assistants , Messrs. H. K. Hamilton , W. J. Sullivan and W. 11 Thomas , are in the city , quartered al tlm 1'a.xton. TIIK M'COimtClf lUIf CI'TION. I'lcaNiint Moclul Kvnnt Saiurduy Allcrnooii. One of the most delightful social events of ( he season vva the reception given by Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Lacey to their niece , Mi.ss McCormick , on Saturday after noon. Miss MeCormiek ha rotiniiod to Omaha for a bricl visit after a protracted slay in the east Among the guests were. Mi. and Mis ? . If. S. iloCoiudol : and family , Mi. and .Mis. Samuel Hums and i.imily , .Mi. and Mrs IC/ia Millaid and laiuiiv. .Mi. nnd Mis. John ( } . KedickMr. . and Mi . Alheit Swarl/landei , .Ml. and Jlis. J'led N've Mi. ami .Mis. Joint A. lloihai-h. Majui and Mis. lioinke. Mi. Ko-s .mil l.uiiilj , ( iencial nml .Mis. ( . 'owm , Di. and Jlis. tiuimueis and Miss SumuKis , .Mi. mid .Mis. W A. I'axton , tJeueial and Mrs. Mainli'isim , Di. and .Mrs , ( iiall , .Mi. and Ml * . AlMi'Conl ' .Mi. and .Mis Jc\u-t ! and liliuilv , Mi. nml Mis JauicCliaiubi'is , .Mi and Mus. LOIIIN Iliailioid , Oi , ami .Mrs. IV.i- liddy , Mi. and Mr . Davis , Mi. and Mus. Samuel .loue-i , Miss ( . 'handier ? , Mi. anil .Mi's. W. I. . Ad.uiis , ( iov. nnd Atis. Saumlcis , Mi. and Mis. Uiiiiis.ni . , Mr. and .Mis. 1 , . I ! . Itccd , Dr. ami Mis. ( i. I. . Miller , Miss Thomas , Mr. und Mrs , hyinaii lilclinldson. .Miss Kli-baid- him. Jud eaiiilMis. .Savaue , MrVill Moiris , Mr. ami .Mis. h. .M. Ik-iineit. .Mr. and Mis. Dana Lnudm , Miss Ijauis , Kev. and .Mis. .Mlllsiauirh. ] .Mrs. II. II. Chirk-son. Mi. and Mis , I' . It. Davis. Mr. and Mis. llouun , Di. Suiuiueis. Ji. , .Mr. and .Mis. lleniv U' . Vales , Mr. nud Mih Joseph ( iaincaulr.niulMis Hd I'eck. Miss li-shoii , Mr. ami Mis .V. . V. .MmNO , Mi and Mis .1. U Mill.ud 111,1 , lam- ilj.Mrs. Cuiiihi n. Mr. 1'iank Muiphy Mi nnd Mis J. K. liosd. Miss ll-ivil. Mr. and Mrs MoisiMiian , Mr. ami Mis. KnitMis I'aiuiclee. Mi , and Mis. ( iieeii. Mi. ami Mis H. L. Lalk , Mi. and Mrs , Levl < .utei Mi. and MM. Heiniati Kouni/e. Judw and Mis.alale.v. \ . . .Mi. nml Mis. Mill'in ' liiilinv , Mi. and Mis llaikcrMi. . and Mis Mathew- son I'allieU. Mr. ami Mis. I. II N I'atiick Mi. A. ! s. I'atiick , .Mr. Clms Is.i.ics. Miss l.saai's. Miss Slie.us , Misses Kmvlit , I'ul. and MinsMiaipe , Mi. K , ( ' . Saioi'd , Mi. ( 'has. U - den , Mr. Whitney. Mi. ( ico. Itaik. Mi. 1' . P .Slielbj.Mi.Willi.iui McMlllen , Ml. U' . 11. AlCe'iiuu'i , Mi. Liuhci DniUe. Killed by u I'ay Car. The pay car ot tlm ( " "hit-ago , Ml , Paul , Minneapolis & Omaha , which arrived hero Sunday evening , traveling as a wild train , stinek and killed an unknown man at Swallow Hfiul curve , about live miles .south of Itlalr The man was nicked up still UN ing , Imt on reaching Calhoun he died Although ho had upon bin back four suits ol clothing , Ihcio wns no mark ot identification about the man. Ho was cvidontv ! , a tramp and aged ap parently 50 yeai s The coroner ol Wash ington county took tlio body up to Blair. Tlio engineer slates Mutt hu naw ihu man ahead otanding at a bufu distance to ono .si 11 D of the track , and the Ilivt thing afterwards tlmt lie snw was tlio man ll.\ ing through the air as hu was hurled l\ > the pilot. A HluD-Coal in Court. Thomas. Hickey , a .soldier from the Tort Mood up in pollco court yesterday morning lo answ-jr to a ulmrgo of drunk- ennnss. His general appunranco vvas tlmt of u muii who had bacn on a sprco and was just sobering up , and onu of his eyes vvas festooned with u uoat draping of bjiiok crapo. The judgi * concluded that it would be b'\st to line him nnd ac- coidingly held him in default ot fjand COsU. " 1 have to tench these Eoldier.s a loason oiieo in a wlillc- , " remarked thu judgu to PERFECT MADE : N Ammonli I.U1P or Mum PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. , rmc co. < 3T LOUIS n rop'iru r , when 1 first ran the police conn tlie.v. were ficiucntly | biotiglitbe fore me foi 'linuk'-nuess. lint since 1 have begun to line them , they have be come i.iore careful about their spreeing I prefer tlmt they would do their bum- ining : it the post instead of in the city.1 ' nn-KMty-no Pifly patlorns line Chamber Sels in all onil , at groath reduced prices. Will continue only until sold CIIAS. Hun IIIICK : , IWO , 120 ? and KMO Karnam stiect. The WicsllliiK Match. It has been decided lo hold the wrest- 'ing ' match belwccn Andre ( "hri-tol and John Leon in the hall of the Sluhbcndorl building , corner of ISleyenth and Doug las streets , on 1'iidav evening ne\t. All arrangements have been completed , and the men arc now in training. Only ; i limited number of tickets will he sold Nn al Catarrh , Throat nnd l-'ar , uc- cc'-sfullv treated. Chas. Impey. M. I ) , cor loth and Haniey , Withncll IJlock. The Women's Work. The Womans' C. A. wish to thank through the e columns , all tlm o vvliii contributed so gencionsly to tlio New England dinner , or wiio in any way helped to iniiKe it a success. Especial thanks arc due Miss Dart , who rendered meh valuable assi-tanoo , and to Alus- 15urrough , who geneioiisly oUbred lief restaurant and lurnitiirc for the occn ion. Tins net nioccods , ' ? 110r'i , will be e.\jendcd ) in defraying the evpcnses or tin"Home. . " The follow ingdonations in money have been iceeived .since October 1st : Outohei lis.Juilire Wiil.-i'ly ? to Oil Mis. Dvinn liecd 100,1 Mis. .i.'T. Hell , monthly sub 1 ( W lialloiillioN 1000 L. IS. Williams 10 00 W. V. Moiso 100(1 ( X. M. Mcniam 'Jo 00 JuilL'i ) H.ivaso.c 10 ( Hi X. A. ICuliii \ , Co 0 00 Novcuihei Mi.s. Milton l.'niri'rs. monthly Mib " -1 Mi. Heiinan Kountze -10 Of ) Mi. Clelmtne : > 0) ) Mi. Tamer r > ( H Mis. J. T. Hell , monthly sub 1 on Mi. Callaway ! i ( XI Mr. A. I' . Hopkins : . m Mi. J. Is. ChanibcH . " . ( K ) .Mis. A..I. Popjileton f. 00 li. Deuise 1000 3lis. Di. JJenisc . .00 Alus. If. V. Moom : , See. Army Ili'lefn. A new roster of all the troojis in the de partment of the Plattc will be issued shortly. The advance in target practice is shown by the Fourth , Ninth and Twonty-lii'st infantry , haying last j ear each lift , ll ) ; , and am third-class men , or the lowest cla smil now they each have only lilt , 1 , and 10 respectively of thiscla.ss. Hopoits from all jost.s in the dop.it liuont. with re gard to target practice , arc c.s peeled coon. An ngrecable surprise vya in store for Prof. Uurtlioloinow and bis manager , Mr. , John 1) . Misidcr , upon their arrival hero Sunday The lormer lives in ' Oakland , Ca'l , and Ihu latter in Heading , Pa. , and at the last hearing both of their wives were at their respective homes. By clevcrli worked correspondence , however , the two ladies managed to reach here togclliei Saturday night and lo greet their u-tonmlcd spouses Sunday inorniiiLT _ Absolutely Pure. This povvilr r neverMirioinnrifl of 1'iirl ly.fctiunjttli mill wlioli'toiuixiCKs Mmti ( cou < ( ill limn Iho oMIimrjr Llnils. ami ( luiuni lit snlil lu comiM'tltlim will. Iliu inu litinlo of low KM. i-liiut iujvtlit , alum in iiliosp'ui'n pcmdcis. Mild only in ihiin. Itujjil ll.iUlim I'owduOo , IM WnllHicut K. V EXCURSION ro I.OS ANGELES ItOPXD THIP , flOO. ! < ij\emnir > ( h.n Jingo natty of exclusion- Utb will leave Omaha in Pullmuii Pniaio Sleeplim caw Jor J.o-i Aiifeles , California. Ticket' * fur Hie loiiml tilp , oed ( i nutnthb , Si no , Klr.st tlaspiojile , Jbst t-la3s tickets , lifst class accuuiiiindatioiis on this trip. Hlcmlgiaiit Imc , vvi-stwaid , hut rate cnst hound is nmv t'f'M , and II is proposed to inise it tosliii. vvliich will lual.u thu cost ol I'liilmnut tickets moie Hum these special llrst class round trip lutes. All emlmniit pu.sM'ii- ( ; ei > aiouirieti on exjire-s ! , tiaiiis and any one can ifit any day at ciingiant rates. Them- loie it vim vvit.lt . to rctuin no with this tirit classeM-iinluii. hull parlk-iilais thla cNcuisiun on apjilltation to . . , Cen. Pa-s.Ait. U. P , llj , , Uiualn & MAUL , e-'iirb to J ( J. Jnonlis. ) U ATJ1 E UTAi E It S , AND KMtULMKUS. At tlio ( Hd MUII l I 71 ' , u M. driers by U > n i.i.ii | . , , , < i j i.iU jutiifuo l.tll'UuuU to "VZEIRIDIOT THE The case so long pending before the public at last has been decided and the jury , after a deliberation of eleven months has found a verdict for the defendant , agreeing that Truth was Truth and they could in no way get around it , after noting the testimony so truthfully spoken by the witnesses in the case , who comprised the leading citizens of the * community. The case was that of a rivalry between the Clothing Fur nishers , and the verdict of the jury was for The Only Misfit Clothing Parlors , 1119 Farnam street , whem it was found from the evidence given in the case , could fulfil every assertion made by them in furnish ing Merchant Tailors Misfit and Uncalled for Clothing , for less than the consumer could purchase the material for from which the garment was' made. And it will be found through inquiry of any man who has paid a visit to the Great Savings Bank for mankind , that he corroborates the verdict of the jury , that man can find 1ST f 3.00 ? il.-IO $ % ! )0 ) $ -t' > 0 t 01 ? 1 10 $ r,3" $6.00 SG.oO ? 7.00 $7.00 ? 8 CO ? 0 00 $10 which mndu order Tailor for to vvas by n LeadinyMeichant sj. . c.oo ? G.TJ ! $ roe 1.3.00 . $9.00 ? io.oo ( .10 . M $ ie.oo ? ia.o'j ' fi-ioo $10.00 fiooo . i And an unlimited amount of others at similar prices , in tlie same pro * portion , out in any style the customer may desire : and PTp I Canbefoutid 17t.efollowing Straight Cat Sacks , Cutaway Sacks , ble Breasted Sacks , Jfeafer Coats and Vests , four Jlulton Cai frocks frln.ce William frock , C/t.esferficld FrockPrincc Albert , frock , a.'n.d fall Dress Swallow Tail frock , at $1000 $ t.riO ? i.to : ) ? u.so $ nio ion : en.oo ? i7.co 518.20 Which was made to order by a leading Merchant Tailor for S.'O.oo ? - ! - ' ) UJ ? -oj tfiiM SUM * , J.OJ f.ti.oa ( .3J.OO 1-10.00 .A.T . Was nmdt ! to order hy a leadiiii ; Merchant Tailor lor ' can be found one suitable for business , street or full dress Cut in frocks , newmarkets , surtouts , King William , plain sacksdouble breasted sacks , and three sacks in different patterns , trimmed with fur collar and cuff's , to be sold for o.to $1000 $ ii.no si'i.oo ? n < n ? n.io ijtt.no 11570 That wiis made to order by n Leading Murchaiit Tailor for ' $17.50 f I8.00 fJO.OO ? JI)0 ) ) fJiOJ T'7-VJ $ TI 00 Was mailoto order by n leading Muielmnl Tailor for ifrtjOO $ ! ! ( JUO flll.OU f 15.00 frill OJ 5'j 00 ? < r..oo The above mentioned is what can be done for man in clothing. These quotations were used as evidence in the case. Witnesses testified to this truth and the jury .basing its judgment upon the evidence and gave their verdict for THE ONLY MISFIT err. ,