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CIliariTed AcSsiist Giaiz8rt saw" '"''.J!."- fcf" 3 Caaaet Be ReraoTed ; Frt a; His S'z Heae Jast Yet " As His Cosditioii Now. Is : Too Serious, . ! - " ... i ' Stfps May Be Take Te HiTe Bit i Oflee Dedarei Vaeaat Ctra- ?;er'a Ufiest BegasU '.;. - ' . 'sUrty'yatrdy aiwrntng Marshal hart appeared at tb Ponce Court swore out two warranto tor the arre Squtr PbO Qonsart and Frank Scht berger. who were mixed op ta tb shoot-Ins; whtoh resulted ta tbe death of SMepbea Brodbeckaad the weuadlaa; of GeassTt. Th latter Is charged with" murdertne; Brodbeek and kh worn berger Is charged Ws boot, tar to kill Ganxert. '' :, - ' - ' Sehwernrjerrer was orrestsd and released oa (LOOT) bond, signed by George Jung. Ganaert to at hat herne and bis condition Is each that' be can not "be" removed.' " Cocoaer Haerr began th inquest y day, -Ail the-witnesses told the of tb abooUSY at published la yesterday' a KKQLraBa. It aS- grew out ot th argu- msat between Weary - Horatmaa and Wil liam Schwemberger ae to who was tbs bet tor una. Gaassrt wanted tb fight to com off. and flea wembetger objected. It then that Gaasert pulled his gun and began aaootlng. Frank Schwemberger then wont for ' his. 8veral - shots wet fired, and Brodbeek was killed and Ganaert wounded. At Norwood, tb home of Brodbeek, his tragic taking off was tbs sole topic of coo versa lion yesterday, a large number of cltfxens called at th residence of th dead man's mother, oa Main avenue, near Feld-man. during the day and socowT to coaryoav Her sad other members of the family tn their sore affliction. Mrs. ' Brodbeek. after tbe first shock of tbs awful intelligence or her son's death, rapidly recovered her equanimity, knd yesterday was employed ta comforting her grief -stricken daughters, Mrs. Wendel Meyer and Miss Pauline Brodbeek. Tbe funeral will be held Friday. No arrangements have been made for the hour and place at which tha services will ne neia. A story was afloat In Norwood yesterday to the effect that the preliminaries In the sparring match that was being arranged between . Billy Schwemberger and Henry Horstman bad been under consideration tor some three or four days. Squire Oansert had token an interest In the match from the start, and his appearance In Norwood at a late hour Tuesday night. It Is said, was due to an arrangement made with Horst man s friends to set ss nts oacxetv ne had a hires roll of money on his person. and had come to tbe village prepared by the force of cash to make Bcnwemoerger ana his friends either "put up or shut up."- The Inability of Horstman and acnwemoargtir "to get together' and make a mutch, it U aald. greatly lncenaed Oansert, alter ne nai OT.nA I. ,nne.lrirable trouble to meet the engagement,.aad he entered Frank Schwern- herger a saloon, wnera tpv euuuuua iw-place. In a decidedly ugly mood. At Hyde Park, where Ganiert was a Justice of the Peace, the question that seemed to be of TBI MOST IHTISUT Tn tha'nitlzena was whether the Trustees ef Columbia Township would permit hint to act In that capacity now that he bad been arrested tor murder. An Enqoiaaa reporter called on Trustee Jonn rtempe at nia rei-dence In Oakley lost nlgbt. and secured from blm a statement reg-araing , tne pro liable action he and his associates would take in the matter. "Our next meeting wiii be held on September 24," he said, "but I think It likely that under the peculiar condi tions confronting us. s can ior a epeuiai meeting will be Issued soon. We are anxious to take the necessary action declaring Ganaert' s office vacant, and appoint hla successor if we can do so legally, when be had his trouble, with Attorney Wallace ourcn wa thouebt that a Ions-looked for oppor tunity bad arrived to remove htm from office However, we found that for certain reasona he could not be removed, the prin cipal of wmcn was tnat ne naa lunusnea good bond. If Gaasert falls-to get bend ia his present emergency and should be confined In Jail any length of time, we would declare his office vacant and appoint bis successor. I shall see sn attorney, and se cure an opinion relative to the advisability of declaring Gansert's office vacant regard less of bis success or non-success tn getting released from custody. Gul.leVl by such an opinion tbe Trustees of Columbia Township rosy be depended on to take speedy and definite action tn this matter." kt at is .

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 01 Sep 1898, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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