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THE DAILY BElfr-OMAHA TUESDAY FEIHJARr 13
THE NATIOKAL CAPITAL
The Fees of Peosion Agnnts Made
tlio Subject of a Bi'l ,
While Another Propoft-a to
Grant National Chartera
\ t j Trades Uniono.
The Famous Arlington Batata
to Bo Furchusod by the
The Tariff Talk Iu ConRrois , and
Sp o'al DUtcloitoTllit Da .
* MARK OF 'ItSl'KCT.
WASHINGTON , Fcbtu try 12 As a
mark of roepnct to thu nimioiy of thu
late Ex Poa'tuuetur General Jewell ,
the p'jBulli.i ! > department will bo
drappi'd iu tuouriiirg for thirty il.iya
and closed on WtQiicEcUj1 , the day of
FEES OF I'ENBI N AGENTS.
A bill wai latroduoed iu the spnnto
Sonntor Cameron Wisconsin
to-day by (
sin ) to regulate fcos of puuiiioii agunts.
It provided that claimants and agents
living in the same contiguous c mntios
may sign contracts nllowiii the
nguntH $25 iu an original
caao or reopened case wboro new
disability is proven uud $10 for other
Cftuocs to iucrcpsa penslmi in nil
cases filud since Juno 20 , 1878. Tlio
bill further provides tnnt no fco shall
bo paid in advance of the allowance of
claims filud after the bill becomes a
law. Cameron snys the object of cho
bill is to placa the pension bueiueas in
the handi of looil agenis and prevent
Its absorption by Washington agoucles.
CIIAUTRHIKa TRADH UKIO > H
Blair's bill in relation to thu incor
poration ot thu national tradna nnlons
presented In the aunato proviln. tint
any trade orgair.zition having two or
moro brnacriea iu ttAt''a or u-rruoriei
shall bo untitlecl to rucuivo from thu
Uulttd SUtoa osurtH charteru as na
tional iaaooiiitioiis under ouch iidinoaa
may eoloo'ed , with power to euo
and liability to bo sued , etc.
THE' ICLUIOMV B UMEUS
The msj ii icy of the party * h < invaded -
vadod I'.dun Territory have wi'h-
drwn of th'j'r own uco > rd np in ni-
cortuiuii g thnt thi y wo to deceived aa
to the ptiriiubi ) of IDO expn-i'.iou hy
the Imdocf. Stivcral of the U''or ,
arrnattd by HIM luintary authoviHoa ,
will bo tuvnud ov. r to tbo civil au
The issue of standard silver dollars
lars last week wan 471,000 , agaiat
162,000 the corresponding week last
THE AHLINGTON ESTATE.
The seii'ito judiciary committee
agreed to report for passage the bill
providing for the pnrohass from
George Woshlugton Parke OurtU Leo
of the ontlro Arlington intatc , com
prising 1,103 aoics neir Washington
City , and Including the National cem
etery , at a coat of $150,000 , the ac
crued taxis on the inine , $15,000 , to
be paid bj General Lee.
The court , iu genorul term , ordered
that the money awarded Benjamin
Weil by the Mexican claims commis
sion must bo ptvi unless good reason
Is ahowu for wuhholdlng it.
Special Dispatch to TUB UEE.
WASHINGTON , February 12. After
the introduction of : > bill to legalize
Incorporation of trtd s uniouo , the
t'irlfT bill v/r.3 taken up
Sauator Miller ( N. Y. ) introduced
an ttuiondm-i.t to ropuil nn act mint
ing to vinei tr fuctorlon catablnhcd
opuratud prior to Mttrch 1 , 1879 ,
which vis referred to the committee
on ti laiu'.u. Atn udmun o ni < v < ! o i <
coaimitteo of the V7hf.lo to the i.uirna !
rovutiuo portion cf the bill having
boun coiiBldcrt'd , tlioteaiUB procLuduii
to conuidor thoee mide in the com
mittee to tiio tariff sections.
Senator Morgan , who hud , Situr
day , demanded a eapsrt'o vote ia the
nenato upon each atneiidnient mido in
committee of the whole , withdrew the
demand in order to facilitate the pro
groes cf the bill.
Senator Conger immediately renew
ed the demand. A provision for levy
ing duty on goods composed of two
or more materials waa amended so as
to provide the duty shall bo assessed
at the highest rates at which the com
ponent chUf value may be chargeable.
Sauator Merrill moved to disagree
to the amendment made in committee
fizlnii the duty on soap at 20 per cenl
ad valorem. Motion lost and amend
ment agreed to. Tne amendment made
In committee of the whole charging
the duty on green and colored glaur
bottles , duralJohns , jars , etc , , from 3C
per cent ad valorem to \ \ cents per
pornd was disagreed to. The para
graph embracing iron ore and pyrites
was temporarily reserved.
Senator Morri'.l ' ( > rith the concur
rence of a majority of the ommlttco
on fianncs ) olTored asnbjtituta for the
pig iron paragraph.
The amendment changing the duty
on bar iron from ninu-tfiithi of a
cent per pound to $18 pur ton , was
agreed to , ayes 25 , noes 10
The exception of "wiru'1 fiom the
articles or manufactures of iron ore
etoel , which when ga'.varazjd ara to
pay an extra duty if \ - > f u cent pet
pound , was ou motion oi Saintor Alii
aon made more definite by making I
read "except fence wire. "
Senator Mitchell moved to make
the duty on nickel ere 20 oouU a
pound Instead of 15 , Lost 30 to 31
The action of the committee of thi
whole in striking out lumber fron
the wood schedule was disagreed tc
by voter , yo a-lC , naya 20. Lath
shingles , plno clapboards and sprue
clapboards , struck out in committe
of the wholn , were also roitored at th
ratoa in the bill , the senate rttfnsin
to agree to the action In committed b
a vote of ayes 18 , noes 32.
Senator Merrill , by instruction of
majority of the committee on finance
proposed to reduce the additional dut
on sugars not abnvo 13 Dntoh stan
dard , testing above 75 decrees b
polarisoopo , from 5-100 to 4-100 of
cent per pound for every addltlona
degree or fraction of a degree.
Senator Jonas complained of bein
taken by surprise by the offoro
nmcndmrnt. Ilo tinted bit collra ua
Ivcllouk ) r.iul uuothcr sutiittor \ lui
vould vote with him were obeont.
Senator Mori ill h. d no objections
n lot the vote go over until to-mor
Senator Sherman ofTfrcd nn Miijnd-
mont laying on un adciitionnl duty of
0 per cent mlvnlororn on ougrs , "to ,
n which aport duty IB levied by the
ountry of heir produclion.
Senator Vnn Wyck believed Jours'
hargo of bad fiith on the part of the
ommittco on finance wa * well found
oil. The senator hnd n.tld a 'member
> f that committee hud oomo to
1 111 to iioi otlato about the
uty on Bog r. "Noxotlato" was
ho proper term to uoo beoaQRn
ho whole of . - 'Hfliis tariff
eglalatlon on which 4ho eonuto him
> eon engaged for u month pn t * vns
inducted on commercial pilnoiplua.
1'ho senator from Louisiana ( fone5) )
mdaright to c.rn plain of thu trwu-
mont ho hnd received , for ho had
> rob.iby ! rt-lied upon the old saying ,
'There's honor among thieves. " Van
Wyck said ho tlaed the word
'f.hievf " in the Piok'wlcklan nonse.
Liughtcr ] The senator from Lints-
ana might have well been
uspielous of the high pro-
eotionista east , but ho might
ppoud upon the high protectionists
f the northwest. They would ro-
nember his vote to keep the duty on
umber. ' Like little men" they will
oto for his sugar tux. Senators might
mute thumiolvcs by this protoneo of
ogislaling for the public , when really
wore only "negotiating" with each
ther for the benefit cf highly pro-
rctod interests , but the people would
ov bo deceived ,
At the oonu'uilon ' of Senator Van
Vjck's rpoi-ch , Senator Brown re
marked the oenata had been ooutlnn-
us session for eleven hours , and as
10 senator in charge ot the tariff bill
eemed to bo in very good humor , ho
would aak his consent to adjourn.
Senator Merrill ( alluding to Sena-
or Van Wycks romnrks , delivered
with great animation of voice and gov
ure ) said , "I am always in good hu
mor when I have an opportunity of
ttonding opera boulfe. " [ Laughter J
The senate adjourned.
WASHINGTON , February ] 2 Mr.
Iu ohlua In the house asked a unnui-
ious consent for the paas.ixo < > n
till for the retirement of Alfrml
'Jfasanton with the rank of major
oneral. Mr , Steele objected.
Mr. Blair presented several polltlono
f ctt'Z.'Uh of Virtiiula , North Oa
Vum and S mth 0 iroliua f jr nation '
1 i to common schools.
A bill W H reported grantlt g n ppr -
ion of $ oO psr month to the arauc -
uu htur lit Thomas .liffdr on.
Mr. Holman introduced a joint tea
iki'lon directing the aicretary of the
itorlor to ieauo no more patents tn
mda to any land grant roads until
urthor aciion of congress ,
The honeo refused to consider the
' ( strict bualutss and wont into committee
mitteo on the tariff bill , the pending
uragraph being that imposing a duty
> u chains
On motion of Mr. Dannell , the
luty nn chains leas than \ and not loss
hau § of an inch in diameter was re-
iuojo from 2i to 2 cents per pound.
On motion of Mr. Kaeaon , the old
lassificatlon of steel and ingots was
A dispute arose between Messrs.
Jirlialo and Haakell as to the oflcct of
lie clause imposing a duty on steel
ngote , oto. Daring the debate Mr.
Andp.rson , r.r uing for 45 per cent ad-
valorem rate , said : "Sa far aa his ex
) orionco had gone , wherever the bill
ras given a kick , a little devil of a
ub would pat his head out , if it vras
lot a bir ; devil of a job.
Mr. Df.vi'b ( III ) moved to fix at one
cent per pound the duty on Iron or
tool uigoti' , blonmcia or blankn for
ucnmotlves and railroad cars. Lost
- 72 . > 80
On motion of Oirl'sln ' the duty on
crow rivoU , screw nalla und wire
and rodn round in ccila nnd loops
not lighter than No , 5 wire gunge ,
aluiKt at 3 cents a pound or less ,
* fixed r.t 30 per cent sd valorem.
Pending further action the commit
, eu rose , Mr. Haskoll givlog notice of
in amendment reducing thu duty on
ron wire reps and strand from 3 to 1
uut per pound , and steel wire rope
rom 3 to 2 orfnts par pouud. Rocosn ,
EVENING sEbsioN. The legislative
( ipproprintion bill was considered in
cummitioe of the whole , Mr. Alkina
moved to rcduso the mlary of first ns-
listnnt secretary of state from $4,500
o $3,500. Loit 46 to 101.
Mr. Thompson offered an amend
ment , providing that after the 30 .h
of Junp , 1883 , there shall bo no more
.han forty-six collection districts un
der the bureau of internal revenue.
Mr. Biyno offered au amendment
ixlng the number of collection dis-
: rlots at seventy-five , whioh wan re-
juotcd. After some Umo spent in
mdeavorlng to eeoure a quorum , Mr.
Salman ofiVnd an amendment fixing
ho number at sixty. Pending the
action the committee rose and the
TAKING XHK BtACK VEIL.
A Cincinnati Younqr Lady , After
Year aa a Sister of the Wblto
Veil , Formally Renounosa thu
The handaomo brick convent of thi
Sisters of the Visitation at the cornel
pf L atroat and Cotiucotiont avenue
is a "colony" of the Georgetown in
atitutlonof the same name. The hitter
tor ia the "mother" house of thi
order In thia country. It was fonndec
during the administration of Bliho ]
Waal , who preceded Archbishop Oar
roll as the fir it archbfchop of Balti
more. The order Is of French origin
and was instituted early in the seven
teenth century by St. Francis dt
Siles The nuns were originally
secluded and devoted their lives t <
prayer and purely religloui work
They are still cloistered , but all of thi
houses in this country , nnd most o
these in Europe , have added teaching
to thuir vocation. The oh.ipul of thi
convent in Washington proper Is yep
high and narrow , opening to the righ
of the chapel into a private chape
half the height for the use of the sis
tors. The Tatter chapel is separate *
from the altar by a grating resombllni
iron bara , but really like the otho
gratings of the convent , only pn
torraa protection , as it la composed o
frail wood. Over thh thsro may b
drawn black orapa curtains , wblcl
hang on either side. In the centre o
Uhii grating It a small wlndo-v with H
hhuttor of the n.uno orosntul bus
through which the * i.una p.itUku t f the
sacrament of the L'lid' * supper
8 iino four feet back uf tliiirndt ! > w
at 7:30 : yesterday morning knelt Sitter
tor G bnello of the white vail , alony.
After RI months of probation in the
cip of a novioo and u yetr : nd n day
in the white veil , she had come to the
altar an applicant for the bluckvii
and prepared to ranooi.co the world
forever. In the world ahu hail been
! Uim Bon c.tron , and ia a sister of Mr
Gus'avo Bonscaren , chief engineer of
the Oiiicluuatl A Southern railroad.
She remained in society longer than
her Impulse to devote her life to G d
vould have dictated , through her
duty to an invalid mother , whom she
attended lo the last. Further back
in the nuns' chapel a few sisters in
black and white veils , and Into the
public chapel a privileged few were
admitted , Among the latter were
the brother of the candidate , his su-
ter-in-lair , Mrs Uobart G. Mi.choll ,
nee Lincoln , her huibind , and
Mr. Ladyard Lincoln , of Cincinnati
In the choir were Mlsn Uim'onina ,
who has a daughter of T. D Line tin ,
E q , of Oinciunati , who Im a daugh
ter in thu Brown county ( Ohio ) con
vent. Mint ) . Godoy , wlfo of the Chi
lian minuter , and a lady friend , were
also in the sanctuary. After the "Onx
pro Nobis , " in which Mias Lincoln's
rich and cultured voice filled the
church with its fooling and power , and
wat admirably seconded by that of
Miss Risecrans , Father J. J Murphy ,
( f the Society of Jesus , and president
of G jnng college , mounted the altar
stops and instructed Sister Gabrlolle
From the ttxt , "Hearken , oh daugh
ter and see ! Incline thino ear ! For
get thy people and thy father's house I
A king shall admire thy beauty. " Ilo
told her how oho had come to make the
sacriQca ( .f all there was in this life to
God , in her vows of chastity , poverty
and obedience With an eloquence
whoso simplicity was Its chief uharm ,
ho told her she was not literally to
' 'forgot Iho holy affection ! of the fam
ily or her father's houto , " but was to
sanctify the memory of them by offer
ing them to God , She might , ho said ,
in virtue of her vow of obodionoo ,
have her household duties to attend
to or bo engaged in teaching not pure
ly religions works , bat these could ba
made beautiful by her devotion of
them to the great honor and glory of
GoJ , oven as ' 'cloth of gold" so lovely
to the eye WAS upon close inspection a
ground of close material upon which
g ) ldeu thread upon golden thread
. .Milfully woven , c-jmp ottd ita ox
( uisito work Her duiy done , "A
CMII ; should ndmlro her beauty the
utf rior beauty of her soul. "
The instruction over , Sister Gabri-
u.'o ' read her vows in a law , distinct
voice , nnd was then led to the window
iy two Bisters of the black veil ,
Father Murphy , who was fully veal-
od , approaching on the outside to com
plete the cororaoiy. The sisters back
.n thy chnpol , with lighted candles in
their hands , chanted the responses in
n low , peculiar way , in which melody
evidently was not consulted , but with
a wulrd and solemn offdat tint car
ried one's thoughts far back into the
centuries. The consent of the com
munity being formally asked and the
response given , the candidate was
duly Invested with the cress , which
was put around her neck by a chain
and the black veil , Then the of
ficiating priest Bald iu anbatanoa :
"Slater , thou art dead to world ; dead
to thyself. Llvo only to the Lord. "
The Bister then withdrew a few paces ,
prostrated herself , and was covered by
other slaters with a black veil , as a
pall la covered. Then , after chanting ,
the priest said , substantially , "Awake
thou that ( deepest ; come from the
dead. The Lord shall enlighten
thce. " Agiln approaching the win
dow , a lighted ciudlo was placed in
her hnnl , and she was given , with
procribad caromnniea , thu crucifix ,
which the eistorR of the order wear in
their boltn. Aftjr in cot ; a a and
prayer , the priest concluded with :
"Go , slater , and God have imircy upon
thco. Abide in vho house which hu
has prepared for thio. " Abrldal crown
cf orange fliword was placed
upon her over the black veil , and she
was loft kneeling , with lighted caudle
iu hand und alone , as at first. The
raasA which followed was celebrated
by Father Denny , S J. , of St. Aloys-
iub' church. The music was again
exquisite. The Bister received the
sacrament of the holy communion. At
thu deeply impressed little congroaa
tlnn dispersed it was a significant and
olcquom thing that the convent belli
rang out , summoning the aiatora tc
their dally labor , whllo several brighl
eyed little glrU with their school booki
ino skipping and laughing upon tht
Demand it , and take no other Iron
preparation uxcept Brown's Iron Bit
tors. It is the best ,
A POKriE SUIT.
A Wlfo Recovers Money Lost by Hei
Frankfort ( Ky. ) Spiclal | g Ixj-ilsvtl'e Comma
The case of Moore vs. Sattlo , an np
peal from the judgment of thu 0rei
circuit court , w < u argued before th <
superior court to-day by Mr. 0. IIil
lam for the appellee and Hon. VVurrei
Montfort for the appellant , and thoi
submitted. This is the cotabratot
poker case , In which Mr. Evun E
.Settle and John A. Moore , both o
Owen county , participated. Abou
four years ago these two "Siroe
O won" county gentlemen had a gam
of "draw poker , " and after the gam
was closed Sjttlo was the loser to th
extent of aovorU hundred dollars. H
walked up to the captaln'a desk like
lUtlo man and put dorrn the cash
Bright and happy emiles were ot
served fall over Moore's face as h
pocketed the money , and hu left th
gatnlag-room with the idea that th
little gimo of poker which ho had wit'
Bottle would never bo known to on !
himself and Sottlo. But in this h
wa.i sadly mistaken. Several month
ago the wife of Settle brought anl
against Moore for the recovery of th
money which her husband had lost a
the pukor g mo with Moore. The voi
diet of the jury in the court below we
in favor of Mrs. Settle , and the com
eel for Moore took au appeal. Th
dooielon of the superior court in th
case will be watched with Intereat b
thu sporting people.
Oyittn by txprea daily , Fleming' ! .
Visit Kurtz's Store.
HUBS FRiUDS IH DIAMONDS ,
Extensive Operations of a Bang
of "Diamond Painters , "
Pho Trndo Astounded-
Dealers LoatuR Hotwily ,
Inferior St > ncs that Pain fir Vlmt-
N w York SUr ,
For some months past great excite
ment han prevailed in the diamond
trade in this city owing to the drnjov-
ery of wholoaalo frauds on dialers
who have boon victimized to thu ex
tent 6f hundreds of thoimtnh of del
lars. Djtio ivos have been long en
gaged in endeavoring to ferret out the
frauds , and it la confidently asserted
that within the next forty-eight hours
important arrests will bo inadu. The
experts who have oo auccestfully im
posed on the tradt > , ued for the pur
pose of deception a simple but clover
process of coloring inferior diamonds
so that they looked exactly like first-
water gems. When pressed by the re
porter for particulars , the broker sud
denly became nnoommnucative , and
referred his interlocutor to Detootlvo
J. A. Brltton , who is a deputy of Air.
Anthony Oomitock. Bjforo applying
to Mr. Britton the reporter made
inquirloi upon his own account , aud
gathered many facts as to the now
mode of swindling diamond mcrclmite
and their customers. Then the do
tectlvo was approached.
"Mr. Britton , " began thn reporter ,
"I IMVO bean told thut you have boon
working up this diamond painting
business , particularly with reference
to ono firm which has been victimized.
I should bo pleased to have you state
the tacts in the case , the modus oper-
andl of the swindlers , and any other
mat tors of public interest. "
Mr. Britton replied quickly :
"Who told you I know anything
about the mat tot ? Suppose I do , am
I going to glvo away the whole thing ?
Scarcely. When my investigations
( supposing that I have made any ) are
complete and the offenders brought to
justice , I may talk , but not boforn. "
To this the reporter rejoined by
convincing .Mr. Britton that ho nl
ready had enough material for un
"Now , Mr Britton , " said the in
quirer , "Tho Star will publish thuoo
tacts , oven if you refuse to eay a word.
You see , it 13 no soorot , and you will
gain nothing by silence. " Thy do-
teotivo stactud , was silent a mo
ment , and thou nald , slowly and re-
"Well , If you know BO ranch , I sup
poaa I may us well toll you the rest.
Lot mo begin by reciting a little story.
Not many weeks ago a man came into
the shop of a well known East side
pawnbroker and exhibited a pair of
superb eight-carat diamond earrings.
They were largo and looked like
twelve-carat gems. The man asked a
loan of $1,500 upon them. Lng and
carefully the pawnbroker examined
the gems. His covetous eyott epaikled.
Ho concluded that the stones were
guiuluo blue-white diamonds , which
, ro aa rare aa they are bnaullfnl.
hey bring from $150 to $500 a carat ,
iffany & Oo had ono awhile
go for which they refused
jl.OCO a carat. But the broker's ad-
niration did not get the bettor of his
imioa instincts. Ho declined to
oan moro than $503 up m the car-
iuga. Thia the customer promptly
, nu positively refused. Aflor a long
rgurnout the contracting parties com
promised upon $7oO. .la soon ai the
ustomsr left the shop the broker
rdorod his clerk ( who wai out of
jght during fhu nogotialion ) to fol
ow Iho man and buy the ticket nt any
price , Thu clerk obeyed , and aftnr
omo dickering the victim exchanged
ho ticket for $50 Wild with dullf-lit
ou broker hastened to wash and polish
lis treasures. But when ho took
.hem . from tbo water a cry uf antonish-
mcnt uucapod him. The bluo-whito
uitro was gone , a > d , to his snrprho
mil nuger , t'.o shrewd oxpart found
hat ho had p.tid a high p/ioo for or
dinary green yollon diamonds , worih
t the moat $ 10 a carat. The slonen
"I suppose , " continued Mr. Britton ,
'that then > la not a diamond mcr-
ih.int or a oawnhrokcif between Now
York and Ndw Orleans who 1ms not
bsoti humbugged by painted jewels. "
"How did the matter come to your
attention ? " asked the wondering Star
man."Just is this wiy. About five
months ago it gentlemanly , well
dressed man , entered the iiflioo of a
prominent firm of dhtnond brokots ,
and rt'prcBOutod hlmeolf an the agent
of a large house in Paris , Ho had
some fiuu gems. Would the firm have
the complutHUTicj to examine thoini
The firm did ao , aud bought $10OOC
worth of atones. Upon another occn
ilon they purchased a ynt hrgoi
itmonnt , and BX weeks ago purchsiot
of the pleasant gentlemen from Prl
a third lot. for which th y paid 5,00 (
$25,0300 The Ust packogo thej
did not oxamiuo with the care ba
Btownd upon the others , for they had
perfect confidence in the judgmen1
and integrity of the man troru Franco
In a short time , however , the cus
tomorn who hid bought diamonds o
the third purctusa , returned them t <
the firm , declaring that Instead o
bluo-whito gem ! ) they were of thi
croon yellow variety. The wholoaali
merchant * were astonished boyoni
muaiurc ; but iipin applying a aimpli
teat , they fjuud that the ditmond
for which thay h d p ld 5,000 wcr
worth porhsps one-fifth of tint
"How was the cheat dlaoovered ! "
"Easily. Before getting , the atone
were washed , and the pilnt came oil
stnlnlng the water a deep red
Further investigation ahowod that th
guntleman from Parlu had no con
neotlon with the firm ho represented
and that his ctod ntlals were forged
1 dupposu ihtttfulloir has cleared hal
a million within nix montha. "
"Aro there any other people or :
gaged In It throughout the countrj ?
"About 100 all told , I beliovi
Thera are five men In Now York pni
suing the industry. "
"Do yon understand how it I
done ! "
"Perfectly. Look here. "
Mr. Britton drew from his pookot
sunll package , which he ciiofull
opened. It contained , perhapi ,
Ublnspoonitil of a very datk rod
"Tbl J-ii very ahrnlo nnd f mlliur
article , " IIM r ilit , "m i o n b > ' bought
for S2 pcKiu'i , mid th it t m u-u * H1
I ati.tnll licdiuremia in Ot.rittm.dom.
l'ii it'ilu 'vi'tK Bflyiti tof , omiMi.s
a o 'loth ' * * U iH , tiloo Hull known and
chi'itj ) Nn * , wo will iiu * . ui n tiny
grain tf tlondor ( upon this pi ice ,
tuid then p'Ur ou u to * drops of the
Ihild. I'liun wo in < x the 10 , nnd
wo havn a rich , dark rod liquid. Very
vail. KxHininn this otono '
The di'tootivo took n riiiR from ha !
tingor. Thu atouovun a larjo dU-
nnnd with n yolluw grcon'nh oast.
With H litlln ciiuol'a nn\r brush ho
Routly pulntcd thuukr eido i f tto
Ijttu wltli the ri'il lliiul. In n twink-
line tin i roi'iifnh ttut dUapponrud und
the mono glowed tilth thu poerlotr
UntM of a frusU > VRt > r illamonrl. Mr.
IStltton tliun pilntvd the alnno coin-
plottOy , It took nt first n bio < d-rcd
line , trhiah , after n little rubbing with
a wooltni cloth , chitngod to n duop ,
d'trk , beautiful bltio. Llold at nrin's
lttiiith ; , thu gi'iu tU.thcd nnd oclntila-
ted like n npurk of electricity
"Thoro , " uxolnimd Mr. Hrltton ,
"that it not a bad Mima ntpphiro. A
real aapphiro of thnt cizo would bo
worth inoro than n diamond. Exports
na A ell aa buyers have bjon fooled by
this proctm.s. A broker in thin city
told mo yesterday that ho lost (9 GCO
by It. T don't want to mention names
now. In forty-eight hours my man
will bo dead to rights ami I will nnb
him. Th < m seine startling develop-
mimta will bo made , I can tell you.
You observe thnt to enhance the price
of diamonds the paint Is applied under
the setting only. "
SYMPTOMS OF A * i
Ixjas of Apnotlto , Dowola oostlvo ,
Pain In tlio Head , with n dull non-
nation in the back part , Paiii under
the Shoulder blade , fuUnoEi after
oatinff , with a disinclination to ex
ertion of body or mind , Irritability
of temper , Low spirits , with a fool-
intr of haviiur noglootod aotno duty.
Tyonrinoss , Dlzzlnosa , Fluttorinc at
the heart , Data before the eyes , Yel
low Skin , Headache generally over
the rlRht eye. KodtleBsness , with fit
ful dreams , highly colored Uriuo.
TUTT'.S lMIrH nro e
naniilril lo mien rimeii , nun iloio el-
focln Hiicli n clmiiuo or foalliiu to
liRtiilllxU the llflcrrr.
Ilicy Incrrrxo tliuAiiI > r llprvnilcnii n
tliobinly toTnko ou Fleih , t hunt lion w
torn U linurlHlicil , nnil liv tholr Toiilo
AcUoii on ( ho ] > lKc tlvoOrKHii , ! ( <
ulnr Htnoln nruiiimliiccd. 1'rliuUci'iitn.
! l.1 Bltivrnv M. , IV. Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
OIUT HAIR on WiusKrns chnnun to
HLACK hy a ftlngln niillcnlloii | | nt tliU Dvi : . U
linpnrlHunnturnl color. ArtHlii'tnntniu'iiuii-
ly. Hold by DriiKiilAU , or suut by oxiin kit-un
rccclitof..81. | < )0.
OFFIOK , : i5 AIITltUAV ST. , N. Y.
Dr.TnrNJUM'JlLiiMilij.l.Mif.mii.llMi . . nd\
VMfuI Il t1ill Kill L milll-J Hll.U ou | iiillt.Uon. )
In thocltculb court of tlio UnlloJ SUt for
the il strict of Ncliriwka.
Iho Now Knjjhml Hortjfago Hccurlty
va UcorKO Wi > th and Aium VVueth , it nl.
No. 21oE , IN C1IANCEIIY.
I'litillo notice hliero'jy Rhen , that In
anoj of and by > lttuo of n ( 'urr-o entered Iu Iho
abo\o causa ot thu 'Jl t day ot No\cinb > r , IHal ,
I , Ullli I. Etorliouor , npcclal nmitor in chtncory
'n eald court , Mill on tha 121x1 day of March , 18)3 ,
t Ilia hour of 10 o'clock In tha forenoon of ( hu
aid day , at the north door of the Inltnl Statci
ourt lit use and puhtolllcu bnlUlinir , In the city ol
' . Ujil i eannty , dtn'o aid il'stlla ' o ;
mOn , ecu at auction the folio * Ing dexctlboil
irorurty , to wlt :
The west h If ( VVl ) of the noitli-o ttNE ) and
10 wont ha'fVJ ) of ttio south cait qutrtoi
HK } ) in Hcctlon tueiit.-nluo ( ) , township four-
ecu ( I ) . ranifo cloven ( I I ) cast , In tarjiy county ,
' .atoof Nebraska.
Ho'ldtor * for Coniiildnant.
KLLISI. . lllfHIIOWKK ,
Special llrnto.In Clunccry.
10 T11K I AniKH-Any lady rciinInK $1 and n
, . nUnipml , neil tuldrcH oil cn\o opo 10 lock box
o. ! ( ! , Illoondnvton Ncbraik.1 , will rcilvo n
oturn , a roclpcuhch MlllKlaiMcn all her ll'u ,
ilnn aw iiinuvh ) IH clrk K'lDi ; ut Jk n'in rnblu
xl t nuo from year to jenr , bccau o ( ho il'ioj
10' know liow to relic\c liu'hi'lf , 1:111 Icurn the
ali.ablo Hucrct , worth ImnJroJ o' d llnrn and
llfotlmeof laipln ] > 8 , by cou > | ) | ; wl h till
S500 REWARD ,
The nbnvo reuanl will lie puld lo any poruOD
ho will prod'ico a Paint that will equal the
'ennsylvania Patent Rubber
'or ' prosenlntf Shln lm , Tin and Oravol Koofi ,
kVarrantod to bo Fire and Water Proof. AI
ordera promptly attcmled to. Uh < aper and bet
tor than any other paint now In uiu.
BTKWAKT i HTWIIKNSON.
Bole Proprlotora , Omaha Houae , Omaha , Neb
Omcer St 1'unoy , Dr.lUce , Dr. Plnney , Fulli
Council Hluflg. Iowa.
Hal nlflco , umaha Nee
0. SPE011T , . . Prrprlutor.
/jJ12 Harnoy St. - Omrha , Neb
DORMER WINDOWS , F1NIALH
Till , Iron and Slate Roofing ,
Bpocht/B Patent Motftllo Skylight
Patent Adjusted Ratohol Bur
and Braokot ybolving. 1 am
thu general nt'tuit for the
above line of ( jnodn.
1'tONunNO. ' ( < .
MrttnfA Riu ! tn < rt , Viir rtl i O'tl * '
Ur.n * . it illi/i- , VVImiuM ati ) > /
Uu nU ; liti
'Jhe Htnry ui' luu Soyrlng Kaoliina
a Jitndnrio ! lltl < k'tni.ili M , blat k'i jil
c i "i'l r.iinuiiMii 'I'/ri' u ; > rll ! bs
$ W2 ; * ' AWAY
| 3 tY " ' n' ' P in * > < iU > n lit II , tk nf 1/MU'
at1 an'j-o-cu ' > 1 Iht Uiacvir li TjcUidn 03a
1 , c v < \ \ bu wn ti uitll , p-a. t li' , tea
oa ' . 'Tflce
Odioe , 3' Colou
-rj " , v r
JACOB KAUFMAN ,
REMOED TO NO. Oil 16TH b
ALL KIMDS OF PURE WINE !
HOUSES AND LOTS ,
o. 19 1'ull ot and no homo , ! 37rooma , two
below aii'l ono up-BUilrn. Klnht foot colllni ; bo'ow
an J i eCM R | > Ou. . llrick foundation , collar , etc.
No. 18 IMIU.O twontory hoiuo , 10 rooms , tvro
l reo colUrn. BI o < l nrliaml clu'oru , tain , etc. , on
Wt Inter nnd'JJd rtrcct , i < l,000.
No IT IMI MlKlKI tout , new hoiino of two
rooniH br ck foundation lee barrel ctitcrn on
lltrulltoii Htrwt niiAr 1'oor UlaroComcnt SiiOO.
No. 10 Ilouso uud lot on 17th near Clurn St.
lionuj 0 room etc # 'JOO.
No. 15 llou u of 3 rooms full lot on fierce St.
nonr IVthSir.oO .
No. 21Nuw fonsoof 7 roomn , with corner lot ,
half inllj w * t of Turntable of rod Btroot can on
HAU ilcTBtit. flu U.
No. 5 lloiiiu of debt tcoin ) , barn etc. lot
No. 2R2 T o full lota on loth Street near Lake
No.3M Twenty flvo loti In 1'arkcra addition
Just north of the end of red street car line flGO
cufh uooy tcriiid.
No.SiO Kourtotson Delaware Et. near Hans-
corn paik , ( U'u.
No. 831 One half lot on South avenue , near
Et. Mary's avo.mu , tf&to.
No. 3ia-KlKhtoon(18) ( ) lotfl on 21 t , 22ml , 23rd
, na HvinJornitrcct , uoir aiaco5UO each , and
No , 310-SU beautiful rest Jonco lota en Gather-
icetreot , near Ilnrmcompark. $4,600.
Twelve lioautlful resklcneo loU en Hamilton
treet , near end of old it reel car track ; hlRta and
( . htly , $3toto $700.
Bcvcial ui.io aid half acre corner Iota on Cum-
DC , llu't aad California itreoU ) , In Lnwe'a too-
ind addition and 1'ark I'Uco near Aiajomyol
Lots in ' ' 1'ra'pect Place" on Hamilton anil
lmlimtroot. Juitwostcf the end of Hod Direct
iut'ack and Convent of the blatrru of Pool
lam , ono and ono half ir.llo from pent Jfllco , nJ
nn mllofomU. ( P. ehctis , 81M ) to $500 iocb
lily 0 per cent down and D per ernt iwr month
Ijital-i Lcwo'j ajilltlon ono-lulf mlle weet of
'nil of llod Hire t I'ar trade near Gonront ol
'oor CUre S'stcrj In Hhlnn'n addition , $126 ta
'JOO tach , and on very aiu-y termi * .
1 ott In Horhich'a 1st and 2nd ad < ! ltlon ,
ShlnnX P.irk Place , Lowo'92idnddltlnn , lliza'i't
Uikc'd , Noluon'a , llnnscoin i'laco , Hodlck'a ad <
'Illnna , etc. , oto.
L'tn ; In "Uro U Foncler ad < Iltlon" lint one
] U > iter mlle DOUlh-ratt of Union 1'nclflo and 11.
Sl. U. It. depots , JiUHotl OOoacb , > eryo )
Tnren good bualnoo lots on Doift nrar 12tl
troct , 'JiilSiJ fitteach , tl,6UOvacb , or JItODIo
.11 , ot y turmt.
Two K'od bii < lno'ii ' lot < on Parnam street , 331
M feat each , with frame InilldlnKB thoron.ronllri |
'or abtiu $ t(0 ) per year each ; prlco (1 230 each
4lxl32 ! foct on t'lirnam near lOlhstrmi. , cornel
Hplenillil Warchouao lot on Union Pirlffc rlgh
it way , north of track and cant of Nail Woikn-
icliiK 132 'out north f'OutaEo on SUsan street
> y about tV ) fo t wott front /ij on 10th st.
Farms ad vlld landa fn Ioula , Barpy
: ) adKO , WoehlnKton , lluit , Wavne , Hianton , am
ithur KOO ! counl'OH In oiilornNtbraskafnr iMe
J'axon palJ , ronU collected , anl money loanoi
on Improve' ' ! city and country ipru , crty at lei
ales of Intercut.
BBMTS' NEW OITY MAP , FODr
FBET WIDE AND SEVEN FKE1
LONG. WITH EVERY ADUI
TION RECORDED ORCONTEM
PLATED UP TO DATE. "OFFI
OIAL MAP OF THE OITY.1
CEO. PJEWIIS ,
15th and Douglas St
Authorized by tlio State to treat
Chronic , Ncrvoun encl 1'rhMo ll -
cnfcf , Asthma , Epilepsy. Hhcnmn-
tlsm , rilcflT pe.Morni , rinary and \
Skin , SEMINAL WKAKNIMI
feitti ) , SEXUAL UentLirr V.
( bit tttxHfit feivtr ) , Ac. Cnrci .
gimnuiti'cd or money rclumlcd. Charges Ion- .
Thonninclmif MHOS cured , No Injnrlon * medicine *
need. No detention from bil'lncs * . All medicine *
furiilnhod o\rn to pntlcnls ntn dIMnncc. Consul
tation free and cnnfldcntlnl call orwrllo. Abound
experience are Important. A HOOK for both
sexes Illustrated and circulars of other thine *
font twfllcd lor t o 8c stamps. free
WOM Ul CAN W HEALTH OF WO
Sure Cnro for nil FKMAI.K WEAK-
NKHHI5S , Including Icncorrrirrrt , Ir
regular niul Painful Ulenstrunl Ion ,
Inflammation nml TJlccrntlon of
tbo Womb , Flooding , PltO-
I.Al'HUH UTK1U , Ac.
( Vntamnttothota tci , efficacious and Immediate
111 effect. It Ii n CTf at help In pregnancy , und re-
, TC pain daring labor on J at rccul r pei lodi.
niTsiniNBfSKiT iHDrnrsdiumiT mcnr.
CFFon iu. WiAnonsts of the eneratlTn organ *
either KOI , It li second to no remedy tint ha * CTW
f n before ttie public | and for all dlaraurs ot UM
Pirata It U the Ortatnt Kemtdy < the irbrld.
KIINKY CO3IPI.AINTSof rtthcr Ber
Find Croat Itollrf In Its Use.
i.vniA n. riMtiiAM'fl m.ooi > runrnni
JJ iraillrnto eveir > C HKCI uf lluiuoin Iroui U
joe < lt ttlioiil\motlim > wIlEUetnno | nmlit-rnRth to
ojntim. AJHnnrYCllcnuliv rumltiasltieC.'uiiii > ouiicl
IfDuth the Compound and Bloml rin if cr nro fr
( rcil nt 23.1 nnd S.X1 Wcttcrn Avenue , I.jnn , Mam
rlcnof iltlirr.tl. 8lx bottles for J3. The Compound
ent lif mall In the form of pllli , or of loicnKe , on
/celpt of price , (1 per box for either. Krf , rinVhaia
poly ontiren all Irttcra of Inquiry , llnclono 3 cent
amp. B n j for pamphlet. Minllon ( Ms AIJXT.
nrTTT > u E. PiincntVfl I iritn Pitia cure Conrtlr *
ou. BUloimnoxa and Torpidity of the IJvt r. C5 cent *
I 1 3-Solil br nil Drnsslsts.-ffSl ( o
I ) MEIAPAIUS , 1378
BREAKFAST COOOA ,
Warranted Absolutely pur *
Cocoa , from wlilo the excisj
ul ull Innlioon rimmed. lth
three ttmea the strength of
Uucoamlxrd itlth Stuch , Ar
row Hoot or Si'Rir , an Jin t'loro- '
( or < t/r iroto economical. It I *
Jollclout , nourlthlnir , strength-
cnlnR , enslly dhtoiitaat da I-
n Iribly adipted lor Invi Ids ai
well u for persons In hoilth.
1 Sold by Grocers Everywhere
[ , BAKER & Oo , , Borolie8t6rMa88 , ,
aoknowlodgcd to be the
best by all 'who have put them
to a practical test.
HARD & SOFT GOAL
.COKE OE WOOD.
Buck's Stpve Co. ,
P1EKCY A" iltUUlFOKD ,
EOI/C AGENTS FOR OM.MCA.
Bend 81 , 82 , $3 , or $5 for a re
tail box by Express of the best
Oandlea In America , put up
alegant boxes , and strictly par *
Suitable for [ presents. Expreat
charges light. Refers to all Obl >
cago. Try It cmne.
OQ O. P. QUNTHKB !
Confoctloner , - Chlour
Nebraska Loan & Trust Company
IlASTTNQS , NKn.
Stock , - - $100,000.
JAM. 11. IIKAIITWEI.L , Prenldent.
A. I. . ULAllKi : , Vlco-Prealdent.
K. 0. W fcllHTKU , Treasurer
Samuel Alexander Oswald Ollvrr ,
A. L. Oiarke , K. 0. Wct.bter'
aco. 11 Pratt , JOB. D. lleartwell ,
D. M. McEl llinncy.
First Mortgage Loans a Specialty
Tills Company furnUhcx poriuanent , home
Inatltutlon where School Iloi und other legally
luued MunlrlixU Bvcurltlo > o IXubnwka can be
be nefc'Otlatw on the ci ) I ovornble terms.
Loans made 01 Improed f n | r all well sottlea
counties of the stale , thro t. iM | > onilble/.local
corrc pondeut .
/om 6tni. B
0. Ul.rlllL , R&
Lincoln , Neb
Corn Planters Hrrrowa.P'arm Roller *
Bulky Bay Itakea. Buoset ttlevatlow
We ue prepared la do Job work and oimnt
ai'Dj foi other partlM. vv
iiii r ial ordtn ' * >
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