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THE OMAHA. DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , NOYEMBER 21. 1880. TWELYE PAGES.
M Hh n French professor every afternoon. In ttio morning she takes n llttlo cxcrcl'c with her lady companion , but otherwise docs not lenvo her house. Mrs. Mackay , the Pilnccss Colonna and the small heir to the title have nlso arrived. Con trary to on dlts Mrs. Mackny will not winter here. She has simply romu over to visit the contlcrlrs nnd milliner * , nnd lingers with the intention of going to Mcntonc to jnss the frosty monthi. The Princess Colonna will remain heir. Minn. Nevada Palmrr , her husband nnd the baby Mlgnoti leave I'm is on Thursday for Italy. TUB Wl DDIN'O AO UDKLAYKD. . There Is niiotliei ilelny In the Carroll-Kcr- Korlay wedding , which will not lake place until nfter New Year. Count Jean , the bridcgropm-elcct , has sent In his resignation ns nn officer In n iliagoon legimcnt stationed nt Jolgny. Ho hates tlio military piofesslon , In fact , that dislike inns In the family , for his brother , who married recently I'ierro Donon'shnmlsomo sister , had the same an tipathy for being a son of Mars. Count Jean is loud of . hoises and Is continually In the saddle. Ho Is very tali and well built , with blue eye . fair hair hml nerj" tnvvny mustache. Fossense Is his nnmo , Kergorlay being n domain In the department of the Oho , where ho was brought ii ) ) . He studied for his baccalaureate , was plucked and Immediately enlisted In n chasseur regiment and rose to the grade of Sorifeant Mnrcchnl DCS Logts. Ho then was ndmltlcil to the cavaliy school nt Tnu- mcr and In duo time bccamo an officer in a < lraoon regiment , In which ho was one of tlio handsomest ornaments. TWO KIM : roii.r.ts. None of tliu pieces brought oul this week have been successes , and even the levlvnt of "La Panach" nt the (5ymiinso ( was only eaved from being a fatluro by the ilrst late noting ofltoblet and the Kubcns. Llkotho beauty of Mine Marie Magnler , whoso dress In the second set is w 01 th locording. It is a short walking diess of stoel-blnu veloutlne , with an overpetllcoat of golu and steel embroidery , wltli llttlo Koldun balls sprinkled over It. The coasiiro Is of velontlno \vlth n broad bias band bet in under the arms nnd fastening at the vvnlst In front after de- Bcrlblng a half ehclc , n Louis XIII collar of gold and steel embroidery coming down in points over the back , shoulders nnd front ot / the dress. A velvet toque , sprinkled with fiteol , was woin with the costume , having upon the left. side just nbovc the brim a gray nud whltf ) quilt nnd n couple of toi.sndus ono of electric blue plush the other of steel velou tlne. matching the skirt and loiming high upstanding bows. .Long biscuit do seudo gloves , steel silk stockings and satin shoos of the same tint , embioldiuod with gold and steel , completed the ensemble. i in : i.n II.B Ki'isoni : OK KAUF. r vinxs. A lady correspondent sends mo the follow ing account ot an epl.sodo in tlio life of Kail Cairns that occurred just n low days nao. The young nrlstocrat is ot a weakly constitution nnd cannot compete with others with Impu nity In the Imbibing of quantities of brandy. J After suppei they don't nsreo with him. A few evenings ago , after n big spread. Lords Loltus , Thomhill and Cairns went in for a spatrlng bout. Loftus hit Cairns a blow In the chest that sent him Jlylna , over the back of u chair. The latter picked iilinsolf up and collapsed Into nn arm chali - for tlio rest ot the night. The next day he was seen at the Oilcans club , when he volun- , tpereil Iho Information that in the previous evening's fall ho hml badly cut his head. The j oiing peer does not look blooming. Charit- nblo people say that ho cannot get ovei his ( Broken cnifaKemont with Miss Grant , otheis . eay that Mrs. Foitcsquo'si'10,000 piev upon Ills mind. His young biotiiui , Utibfert , 'XCnlrns , Is quito a different Kind o a man pnd Is a Bleat favorite Iu society. OOINO TO SI > APJ ron run wimh. : Lord Ila r , Of Ken fauns , brother of the .Unto viscounl Dupplin , leaves London to -"ffinter In Spain. Tlm Egyptian climate has , , Vcon tiylng to his health nnd lie cannot i Bland the cold damp atmosphere lliiown oh" " Jby Father Thniues. .A Sclfeino r p Aitciiioinine Every Jtrnnch of tlio Service. Bi'.iiLiN , Nov. eo.-rspecinl Cablcpiam to the BKI : . ! Army septcnato proposals , ns eenerally tmnsjilring tlirougli the ofllclal iness , disclose a matured scheme to augment cvcrv branch ofthoseivlco. The Post nnd other papers argue that ns the population hns .increased from -14,600,000 to IT.ooo.ooo , while . the army on n peace footing remains at fl ,000 men , it Is expected to create n now annum contingent of 25,000 men. This Is the minimum proposed in the government - plan which is to form n new army corps of 20- 000mcntheiomnlningr ,000tobo uistilbuted \ nmongthoaitlllcry. The full scheme of aimy I econstrncllon Includes increased field artll- ilery , a new regiment of hiego nrtillcry , with n contingent of engineers nnd nugumcnied ? alv islons of cavalry and horse artillery. As- coclated with ( hut > u chances nio piojects 11\- Ing limits of scivico In each Krado and n re- 'Vlbed ( .chemo of promotion. 'Iho proposals In- r Vest Iho coming session of tlio iciehslag with unwonted Inteiest. An analyslsof the present t- tate of tlm paitles shows thnt the conserva tives have 14 voles , national liberals " 61 , realm party 27. center ion , Poles 15 , pio- ( , grcssists and people's paityTl , social demo crats iTinml Indoponitents 25. Tlueo beats aio vacant. I'rlnco Bismnick relies on a Bolld vote for the scoptennloof thoconscrvn- 'tlvo , libeinl and lealm jiarlies and thee o fluppoit of a majorlly of the center. It Is Mill doubtful , how over , whether the center > ivlll support the measure. Falling ot n do- , clslvo miijoilty Prlnco Bibiuarck will nppeal 0 to the country , nnd thoofllclal cliclo bellevo ' the mnjorlty will support the septenate. The rolehstag will pmbibly bo opened by n com- t jnission. the health of llmpeior William not > l > oimitllng his pieseneo. 1'ho emperor has rccoveicd fiom the effects of a lecent chill ' .though hu hns sun'uicil from hoarseness' janil forFOIIIO nays has been coin- hjiletclyolceless. . Ills doctors Insisting on absolute repose , oidercd a cessation of music t wy Iho bands jtasslng the palaco. Thlscau = edn f.iranlc. . Knormftus crowds gatheied In the tiolghborhood of the palace on Thuisday. The ofllclals tried In vnln to reassure tno peo- llo , who persisted In waiting to see the em- yiwror. Seblng the occasion of n nJPKliiient passing , rmjicror AVilliam f.oiileied the band to play , nnd Mm hlmsslf nppcurcd nt the window nnd pnlutnl. Jlo wns greeted with n prolonged * Hlbur-stofferventchceifi. During the height of the public anxiety leports weio cuuent that Pilnco Hlsmnick had ndvlsed the em- jieior to appoint Crown Pi into Fiedeiick William Hwiit of Piussla. wlh ! bupiemo direction of I'russlan nttnirs , the emperoi ie- talnlng undivldjidpovveisln the empire , and that th omppror Imd assented. ATniii it 1:1.001/1:1) : ) nx TIIK IIKISMX I'isrss. 'J'lio American legation was closed today under the supposition that this was tlio day fixed fr > r the funeral or ex-l'resiilent Aithnr. Uhc Jioilin press eulogizes General Aithurus nn upil ht man , and Indepcnduiil lepubll- can in Mociurtrsn I-TIVHS iMs ivnn. 1 Thopollcoof Beilln hns illssolved every pectins of democrats at which the merits of candidates of tno iiit-tc , > iu'il | > tlou hue- been dlscu cd. At i icoi-nt im > etirt ; held uniU-r a fcollco ] tnilt , OIK of tl'ii k-poaUeis lefi-ued Bcoinlnlly to HUM t nM on M iuilsts as hav- IKK their piopi-i p .100 in a ooiisnvutlvo me- nagerle. A po uo cun mirisloni'r lo- mmuleil that he vvittdi ivv Iho plnase. Xliosuccoixtiiii.spi iii > i ( leil.iiedtliiit ( U'im.iu \v'orkmen , < linvi I of ivuy rlgiit , Knew what course to ttla1. The commKsionei tbcuupou rt'ssr ' ivc 1 the meetinu ; . T'louul'- ' , cnc6 passwl outot the hall sinking the work men's "Marseilles.- " Tlio memorial sent to the socialist members of the relch'ttiK by- the committee ot social democrats , ns published in the National Zeltung , bears nn nlloucthcrillircrciit intcrprcLitlon from that previously civ en , It blames tlic socialist deputies for injlnt ? too exclusive attention to the business of the relcllstag Instead of ngl- tathn ; vvorkmen's reunions , and aiming to propagate the cause of proletarian revolu tion. DlSTINOt'lSIIr.I ) URATIIS. Death Isannonncctl of llurr Mcssner , pro fessor of theology In Uerlln unlvcislty. Colonel Von Itulovvstotle , tonimandcr ot the advance gitint ot llnnovcrlansnt the b.it- tic of Landeiisalzar , Ins illcil at l.nnobcrg , UUIjOAUIAN AKKAlltB. The Solution of the Castp.rn Question < > t Vet Ucnulieil. lCojj/r/Bit ) / ? 18'Vliii Jiimo ( Jot-linn lli-nntlt. ] HUDA PI.STII , Nov. 'JO. | Now Vortc Her ald Cable Special to THK Ui'.n ] Althoiuh hi the mnctliiK of the Austrian delegation Count Kalnuky bcxnn by rcadlnc the pre vious speech from the 1'esthcr I.loyd , the tlls- ctisislon brought out some new ex planation. Knlnoky regretted that IIP could not now piodtico his bnst nigumcnts , vviitch related to conhdeiitlnl negotiations nnd said they must expect many new dl01- cultlcs. Tlio problem of tliee.istein question had notyct reached n feolutlon , In the llul- B.ulan crisis the Austrian delegation no les than the Hulirnrlon wishes pcaro , bulls ready for every sacrifice If war should bo necessary. Dr. lUeger , the Bohemian leader , deny ing tlio false statements ot sympathy with Bulgarian freedom nnd developments , thought the Husslan Impitident not to make Bulgaria a second Poland , nnd that If ener getic action wcro necessary the Bohemian people would show n loyalty und sacrlilco equal to nny ether nationality. In the plen ary session the Austrian delegation unani mously passed a vote of confidence In Count Cnlroky. The departure ot Kaulbers causes moment ary relict. It Is hoped that the Bulunrlan government will continue- Inn linn , moder ate and prudent course If n Husslan occupa tion bo excluded , though a conference will piobably talte place for the dual settlement of the Bulgnrian questoii. Prince Nicholas , of JMongielia , Is not consldeicit a serious candidate for the tlnonoof Bulgaria. Ills younger brother , Bozo , undo of the prince of Montenegro , Is strongly opposed hero , iioi'i : roit IIUCONCILIATION- . As Austria Is willing to take the first step towards a iccoiicillatlon , It la hoped that the United States will meet her half way. Count Knulstctu Is mentioned for the American mission. Ho is also baron de greillcnsteln and liohonkraln , and envoy cxtr.ioullnnry as well as minister plenipotentiary ad interim nt the ministry of foreign atfairs In Vienna. This would be an excellent appointment for ono who Is now chancellor ot the foieign olllco. Our present chatge nt Vienna , L.CO . , Is highly praised for tact. Ills promotion would bo well received. The Austrian objections to Jonas , the consul appointed to Prague , ha\o been w ithdravv n. The charges were political and gieatly exaggerated by German party spitlt. Jonas is stiongly supported by lr. Itleger. OOLDMAIIK'S unw orr.itA , . Goldman's opera , " .Merlin , " was presented with great success in Vienna on Friday , with Alnterna nnd Wlnckolmaun in the chief parts. V1DTOIIIA UOODHULL. JIcilluslwiu ! Makes Denials of tuo Ijatcst Gharucs. Lo.\Dox.Xov.20-rNcw York Herald Cable Special to the Bcu.J The following letter lias been received at this oflicc : 07 HVIIK I'Anit GATE , Loxnox. Nov. 20. TothoKdlfor of tho" Herald : Inferring to tnorcpoits ot thocasoof Sparr va DoMarllu that recently appeared In your columns It s Impossible to remain silent under or to refute scriatum the innumerable fals - hoods and malignantly libellous statements anU insinuations that have been diicctcd in that lawsuit against my wife. Victoria Wood- hull Martin. They originated , to our cer tain knowledge , in peisonal malice. They have been revived in ccitain f.ilbo evidence In the said lawsuit , and they aio now being rehashed In the moro unprin cipled portion of the London picss. I can only stlgmatlz them , ono and all , as Infamous falsehoods. AVhllo It is necessary 1 should take tlmo to consider how such libels may best bo dealt with , 1 cannot but thank you for wanting mo this opportunity of meeting thorn with nn emphatic and public denial. I am , sir , your obedient servant , Joirx B. The Uooillo Alilorincii. Nivv : YOIIK , Nov. 20. Boodle Aldermen Cloiry , O'Nell and Uollly , who are Impli cated In the confessions made by Fulgrair nnd Duffy , wcro in the general sessions court to-day. Though they vero Intent lis teners to the cioss-oxamlnntlon of Dully. Their picseiicowas moro through compulsion than choice , for their bondsmen had been 8ummonc.ll to produce them In coitit to-dav. They will boniinlgned nt 10 o'clock nnd a'n caily day for their respective trials will bo iixeil. Marline will move they bo absolutely committed to prison. Another largo crowd -witnesses filled the general session couil loom this morning to hem the ev idenco In the trla lof ox-Alderman McQuade for accepting a , bribe for his vote for the Bioadway railroad iratichlse. l.v > Aldeinmn Dully took the stand niter the court ox | > ned , nnd Lawyer Nowcomb continued his cross- examination. The lawyer naked the witness ascoioor more questions ro anllng his life nt homo , In business nnd as a public man. Duffy had been a Imlldei for twenty ye.us , ii's , ha had been unfortunate , hu cui-ssos nbout twice , ho was not Miro-ho thought twice. The last tlmo lie failed was In lisro. Ho also fulled eight vears before that. Ho owed some debts In IbM , but did not think ho had applied any of the S10.00J "boodle" mmmy to pay these debts. Ho no knowledued violatinglils oath ol olllco when ho took'-boodle. " New comb had been very gentle with Dully no to this point to gain his confidence. At this point ho asked witness to rolieaiM ) his narrative of the Mtveial meet ings of ihu "combine. " Witness began nunin Ills btory. Kach meeting of tlm boodlers was taken up , and Duffy beginning to fear n trap , cautiously reho.xised hisMory. At each p.uiso thelawyei would clinch the testimony by asking , "And Is- that all jou it-collect of what occurred at that meeting ! " Allersomo talk nmoinr the law- yei.s , Nuvvrombvvont on to mix up the witness imther , Di'llv's ' story , how-over , did not v.uy substantially Irom jcsteulay , except that he lathei committed huuselt by saving that lie was telling nil could recollect. liuir > could not lemember who vvero the aldermen prescntnt the pii-liminary meeting , elisht or nine members , at tliu city nail in Juno or Julv , ibt > 4 ; could swear that Jneliue , Ftilgrair , McQuado , Dolaev , and himself were pii-tont. Witness could not remember the measiiics mlopted by the hoard of nlderman tlm same day. Previous toilie caucus witness could not llx the Unto ot the meetings of the "boudleis , " only say- Inu they took | il.\ce \ In June , July , Ati-rust , < ir possibly In September. This ended McQmulo's examination nnd the coutt took u lecess- . Dining the recess the cast's of ex-Aldermen Jtlley , O'Neill and Oleary vveio i-alled , und District Attorney Mnrtino to fix dates , for their trials , Hotlien moved Feparati'ly for their tilals , fixing Itoilij's tor the aitu , O'Neill's for December 13 , and Clear'b lor Ducomber 27. ISecordcr bin \ llio hb.'cestpil that the trials be made consecutively , onolollowlng the termination of the other. This was agreed to , nnd a no tice to that eilect mado. Mai tine had in tended to move for tint commitment of the three boodh'rs , but lindliii ; that the recorders did not n ree , deaisied from his motion , \ttei ieci-ss < ! ciieiiil Traeey argued that no ev idenco had boon produced to connect the ili'feinuiit with tlm charge In the Indictment Uiol.iw ileiiuiided that theru must bo ether oviileiietbi' idej.thator an nccompllco. Ho cltud decisions to bupport tiU nrgument ami moveitto Instruct tlio Jury to acquit 5Ic- Oiuule. Tha motion was tlenlod. domiral li.irey then beguu the -openine address to the jury , BUKE-BEll CONTROVERSY , The Tonnesseean Lacking in Moral Oourago to Save That State to the Union , SOME INTERESTINGWAR HISTOHY The Crnzo AIIIOHK 1'coplo to Get n I/ook nt Money A tllK Syndi cate Getting I'osscsslon of I'inc Inuids. The PliitiiPil Knight's Criticism ofHoll WASHINGTON , Nov. 20. [ Special Corrc- Rpondonco of tlic Hr.i : . ] Mr. Blalno's se vere but just criticism of the course pursued during the war by tha Into lion. John \V. Dull , of Tennessee , whom the I'luined Knlghl holds largely responsible for the secession of that state , recalls to the nil nil of jourcorie- spondcnt so 1110 fncts furnished by an old Ten nessee politician , \\liols well Informed In the history of the "volunteer state" during thu last pistlmlf century , and which ore of great Interest nt this moment , Mr. Hull , It will bo remembered , vvas the candidate of tliu son them unionists for picsl- ilei.t In IbOO. Tiuo. Douglass received thou sands ot votes In the border states mill soiuo In the cotton belt , but the great bulk of southern unionists , who wore the old vvhlgs , supported John Boll for president and lid- ward Everett , of Massachusetts , for vice president In Tennessee , to Illustrate , Doug las lecelved 110,000 votes , vvhllo Hell received n plurality of the \otu of the state and got its electois , ns ho did In Kentucky and , Mary- Inn d. "So great was the influence of John Hell in Tennessee that It Is not doubted , as Mr. Blnlnosays , that had ho lematnrd true to the union the state would never have seceded , " bald the ronucssuoan. ' 'His old neighbors at Nnshvlllo have told mo that In sympathy , In feeling , ho was really opposed to thodis- million of the government ; that ho always hated Jell Davis and the secession leaders , but that vvhllo not wanting In physical cour age ho was lamentably dollcleut in moral couraire. When the preliminary steps vvero being taken to catry Tunncssuo out of the union and the secession mob in Nashville was pushlnc things with a. utah hand Mr. Hell called upon his neighbor , the Hon. John Tumble , asliunch unionist , and vvilnging his hands , asked with pathetic voice , 'Trim ble , Is there no way by which we cansavo Tennessee to the union1 ' Ves , said Trimble , 'there is OHO way by which it can bo done. ' 'In God's name , ' said Mr. Bell , 'namo 1U" 'Well , sir , ' continued Trimble , 'It jou will sel/o the glorious old banner of stars and strips and match through the sticets ot2S'asli- vlllo and call on the people to rally to It they will do It in such a manner as to sttiUe terror to the rebel leaders and stay the tide. ' 'Why , ' said Bell , 'the secession mob would assassinate mo. ' 'That might be , ' was Trlm- blo'8 reply , 'but you would save Tennessee to the union , and jou will never have such a glorious opportunity to dlo- ' "But Instead of following Mr. Trimble's advice Mr. Bell bowed to the storm nnd per mitted hlmsclt to bo bulldozed , a fowda\s after this Interview , into makluc a rebel speech. He responded to the seimiado of a few lebel troops and declared his advice to his old union friends to bo that they should go with their state. Soon after this Mr. Bell was pie vailed upon by the secession leader * to visit Knoxvlllo and bring out to the con- fed : itO cause the loyalists of East Tennes see. Accordingly an appointment was made for him to speak nt the Knoxvlllo com t house. Arriving there ho sent a note to Parson Brovvnlovv , requesting an Interview with him and otlior union fi lends. Dell was em- ban asseU by his now attitude in public life , and wanted personally to explain and palliate hls.coursu to his trlends. Tlioparsou and othcis assembled. Now , In IbCO , Brown- low done more In the campaign to advance the cause ot Boll and JCvoiett on the plat form of "tho union , the'constitution and the enforcement ot the laws" than any other man in the south. So ho made one more appeal to Ills old chief to stand nrm and support tnu old llac in the conllict about to ousue. At the intcivlcvv Brownlow poured out his wiath on Hell's head because the latter was aiding the confederacy , and Bell bowed his head In grief and shame , while the toais streamed down his venerable tace. So start ling , so striking was the appeal that Itseemed to tlioso who heaul It to bo ineslstable. But the die was cast. Mr. Bell faltered in his great career and tinned his back on those who had stood bv him all the ycaisof his manhood. The effect of this ibbuico of Bell by Parson Brownlow and the lilendi who were with him was manifested the ne\t day when Mr. Bell came to speak. But the speech was altogether unsatisfactory to the secessionists and unionists , because ho de clared neither foi the union northe icholllon. Ho uavu the Ho to his lito career , and wont down to his grave uiihoiioicd by either of the parties to the great struggle. On the other hand Parson Btownlow lemalncd true to Ins piinclples , trim to himself and true to his country , and made tor himself : : t lasting namo. MAMMON'S MONOMANIACS. "It's strange what a cia/o there is among the people to see money , " said a treasury clerk to vour coiiespomlent. "Stranircis to Washington are the most eager , as a rule , to visit our department and stand around the cash-ioom ami look at the mourn1. If It weie not for tliu cabt lion nilu foiblddlng visits to the vaults it would lequlie a ricrk at the treasurer's otlleo to do nothing but attend to applications of those who want to see the monoy. They hcem to have ) no limit to their cuiioslty in this icspcct. Why , thegioitbullc ot humanity would lathei stand ami g.-uo upon a few wagon loads of money than see a circus. "Well do I remember Iho scones wo nsn.l to have In the northwestcin iiait of the building on the lirtit Door , where the cuiicncy is cut , counted and put into picks , and wheio the old curiency nnd stamps lei cancellation nio summed up. There used to bo open iron bar scioons bufoio the uoois and con Iilor w 1 niloiv s. so that the passei s by could look Into the woik of counting and handling the money and revenue stamps , althou li they could not outer the looms. People used to como along theio good-looKmir. well- dicsscdund evidently educated ami intelli gent men ami women , but eviiientlv unu ed to rcelmr luwo iiuantltles of moiiej and stand and look in for honis. They would look and look till wo vvondeied If limy would not faint. When noon came , if it was In tliu moining that the crowd ot visitors approached preached , they would patiently wait till wo weio through with lunch , then taKc up their places nnd continue to watch the money till they appeared to glow stoop shoulduied. Tholi cwlosity could not bo appeased. Finally em tuins wore put up , FO no one could look Into the looms , as the money- seers became a nuis-ineo " A OAMiiMNfi ritAKR. Duriiigthn tno weeks of incesnt IvoyCity , ' this district , and at llaltimoro , only toity-liv'o miles distant , Washington lias hadntasloot' gambling whHi was never equaled , except during the war period. The hotels Imvo been lloodi'd with men who llvo by tiettliiff , and they have HOW n the h''edsoflno ilNo-iso of gambling so deeply that It will UKu months loeindlc.iti ) it. The caul rooms which woio closed have again been opened , and the men who wager money on chance have been thoi- oiu-hly aroused to their dissipation. In one of tint most popular billhud halls , games of billiards have been In progit-ss nightly , on which fioin S100 to S.l.ooo wcro waneii'd. Bootblacks thiow dlco foi pennle.s , i olori'd laboroi-s play "ciap , " boys aio becom ing ) ) rollcient at poKcr , and the ladles Indulge In cards with money staked till thoj minim- nliuvvlld. Dining the pabt two or three months as many club rooms have been ripened , the principal object of which Is Barn- Ing. Quito a number of men have grown BO wild over gamca ot chanio that they k-o about in groups and wager money on uvt-ry conceivable proposition. Two bet on the composition of the sidewalk In front of a distant business house the oilier day , while live made a ' 'Jack pot" ot ouu dollar on the time it would require n conplu ot conyieos- men passlns down the avenue to walk a block. 'Iho emplojesof the capitol and In > torus sell pools u all races by making a pot of the money , writing tlie n.imcs 01 the lioi&cson slips ot paper and each drawing DUO bcfote the race * a means of kvheio Judgment cannot possibly entei. practicoof betting on the weather days in vlvanco Is in vogue In many places In the ily , vvhllo money is often placed on tliu times rains will last or the clouds will occupy In passing n given point. THE mi SHU-NT'S PAITOII. Inrgcr oonerajntlofis ate seen at the church of the llcv. pr. Sumlerland on Sun day mornings novr than at any time In the imst , with Iho exception of the first three or four weeks Imini-dlatlV following the acces sion of the new i\tiiL regular parlshouers , President and Mrs. , Cteveland. When Dr. Sunderland preaehed to General Orant and other notables , nftoen Scars or more since , ho was regarded at'a ' vry ( ? attractive speaker , and promo wont to sod him for the ptirposn of gleaning his words of untertalnmcnt and Instruction. But \\lth \ \ the dlsappeatanco of these dlstlngulshc ) ! auditors the doctor bo- oamo more or less obsolete. When President Cleveland concluded to attend this church public attention wau again called to this min ister , and the pcoplp who went at lirst to co the new chief executive and members nf his mansion became I'lltrnrfied with the bright picacher , nnd urn now * attending the sanctum - m v regularly because they like to hear him Dr. Sundcrlnml , as a pulpit orvtor ami an pApouudcr of the gospel , Is considered eccen tric , but catchy , lie is ot medium stature , a lull , loiind , smooth face , and has half gray hair , which is clipped neatly and closely. J Us steel-gray ejcs and well-cut month set off a Grecian nose and pair of outstanding cirs so well that you say atone ? , "Ho U Irlsky. " The doctor's nulplt stands more than two feet abov e the imor , and ho has a threo-llich poi table platform , two by four feet In sire , upon that , vVhlch places his loins above the desk when ho talks. This often leads him tostoop In his preaching , nnd w Itli ills oio-glasscs so far down his nose that ho frequently peei over them , a la Owens , he is fond ol drawing up Ills mouth , thinning his cheeks and making nn exclamation so well In imitation ot John T. Raymond that one Is often led to bellov o lie sees an actor In stead of n preacher ; jet It is seldom n smile is seen In his congrecatlon. Ho Impresses nil with great solemnity , even in his amusing mimicry. To the elocutionist , Dr. Sundoriaml pre sents an inteiestlni ; study. Ho seldom moves his feet , but almost constantly Hvvav.s his body. His emphasis Is ghenbyfacl.il expressions and low , earnest tones of tlm voice , as is Colonel Imrenoll's ' wont when speaking In the opposition. And , by the way , Dr. Sundei land's ' voice nuvertrembles with moro emotion than when ho refers to what ho terms "IniJcrsoll's ' blasphemy. " Nearly nil great speakers , It lias been ob served , aio neivons and have a way of em ploying the hands when taliting. Immedi ately after Dr. Sunderland begins leading ills sermons ho taUcs nhandkei chief from his pocket , opens It wide , carries it behind him , whore go both ot his hands , and theic lie turns It by tlm corners , ion ml and loiind , round and round. When hodcsiics to ges ticulate with both hands his speech for the moment becomes moro deliberate or ho lav s his handkerchief down and raises his hands as high us his head , leans loiw aril and almost mo ins Ills earnestness. If ho gesticulates with ono hand ho holds the handled chief in the other and wm ks It like a baker kneeillng bread or the potter pumiclnc clay. The doctor has a torso and tluent flow of language. Ills smiles are oxtiaoidinary and his rhetoric pure. Ho draws new plctuies , speaks plainly and has adciinltc Idea of what he means to convey , hometimcs he grows severely personal and shows what manv con- sidei ill temper and over /.ealonsness , but ho is always crisp and original. i.owini r.\riti : < s HATE" ? . Tt has been observed b.y the citizens of Washington that the pxpiessiatcs hence ate very much lower than they weio two 01 three jears ace , and it is jueilicted they will come much lowei jet. The cause uf all this Is the work of congress in decreasing postage on fourth-class matlun It Is now a muttei of the government against the express com panies in the transmission of small packages. To carry a package weighing torn pounds a distance of sK or ejciil bundled miles en tailed an express charge of nbout S1..10 or S3 onlv a few jears ago. JSow it goes tor titty conls. The cxpiuas companies are now hy ing to make the same rotes cs ] > ccially out of large cities that tlm gorcinment charges for small packages , anil ilioy offer the security which always attaehoS'Jor piompt and safe delivery. It is not , hnialiy known that a rcglstcied packaze inrthe mall Is not secured. The uororrtment simply does its best to insure ddMvi'fv , but it the matter is lost the sender lo-jcrt. n i Government employes elton havcacood deal of thosploc of life. * Junt > now a numbei of them In the i6ulmonts think they aie having n great tlenl'X > l > If. Last spring about twenty-live or thMy 'Plo'ilvs diawingSl'JOa month In one of 4Ho'J < lppi\iTineiits vvero in- foi nied that their services would ( piired. The vacancies weiff tn'.jemicil ' by clerks of the ? 100 a incutn class , and about six months elap e5 ; ooToiotjionow appointees w ere decUkti upon. Si\ weeks aso the ap pointments woio made , and the head of the department decided that the new ap pointees bhould iccoivo the ineieaso the old ones received fioin the limp ot their dis- inKs.U to the dale ot the now appointments. The figures threw about tfbi ) back pay into each one's pocket. Tliu cleiks smiled overdrawing pay for the inteiim in which no ono served. Being easily earned , it it was quickly and. incautiously .spent. But a day of icckonlng came. The comptrollei a few days ago decided that this money did not belong to the now cleiks , and that It must bo returned , whereupon last pay day they found upon opening their envelopes a note inste.i'lot ' their halt month's pay , and it an nounced that the SSO would have to be 10- funded. The complaints weio much moio loud and bitter than thocongratulations worn cheery when the e\tra pay was lecelved. The cloiks repaid the Incident as a great hardship. It Is v cry probable , however , that the re cent change of administration will work irreat good to the hold over employes , In that It has impressed thorn with the necessity of laying by torn rainy day , and has installed economical habits. Under the old regime them was a feeling ot security among the cleiks which bced the most lavish cxtiava- ganccs , jind few got ahead enough to take them to their old homes when they wcro dis- clmu'cd. KI-KKCT or on , viwr Tiioi'iir.in : wAiiuts. Kveislncntlm Christian cia began it has been known to maiinenstlmt oil w lien thrown iiioi ) ) the sea will cause the lieitest waves to subside and still the doubled deep. Hut although this knowledge htis been moio or Joss cmrent tor ne nly nineteen centuries It has been but little tcstod until within the pist decade , 1'or ' two 01 thieo years the lijitio- graphic olllco of the navy department has been investigating the olfect ot vaiious oils when cast upon the sea In rough weather , and lisa icault the aiehlves of that depart ment ot the navy iieadquarlcis aio tilled with Inteiestlng loports ot iixperimentb with oil that reail like chapteis liom a vmk on miiacles This bureau publishes monthly a map of the iioitli-Allantle ocean on which moMioun the ( ibstiucllons to navigation repoiled dur ing the month dii'ceillng , together wlih data lel.itlng to the prevalent winds , the amount of tain , and all other Infmmation likely to Inteiest the shipmustei eroding the Atlantic or ruiinlng the coist. This publication , Known as the pilot chait , also contains svnopsls of ( tie reports of iliu eltect ot oil. When this pint of the work was lii.st bugun them worn veiy fuw icoorts. Lately tlioy ha\u been iiilto | numcious and the oApuiionce ol dslpiim thmeln i elated servo to siimnlatootlnni to test tlm elllc.icj of oleaginous iliilds .iLponl the stormy sea. Hti.umo as It may apncart Is ntld that w lien the publication of iht'se-r reports lirct began the iilllceiri of the navy wore the most skep tical anil I'ewot tlieunr.lirte.d iixpoiimcnK Latelv. iiowcvei , tlipjlulvw boon cnnviuen. } that oil u an xcellent 6iil'ht'm ' e Trllli which to tight storms , anitotto * the olhco Is fio- mienUy niplled | vyi U Jjfio ovpeilimcus of timsH gontliimcn , ninJ Ilioy only add to the womlci.s tola of b > nlyusiatit It Is tliu purroioohrho hulrographlo office to publish these loportii'lu book loim foi the guidance , of tallor.s , ufcil lU Is believed that the genural iibuok'oll will aUI ( materially In ro- iliiclii0- the daiigeir. oftlij , , , ' . ocean to the mini mum. Mineral oils. Aiu , "of little \aluo Imt nearly all Muds olvwtfcmblo oils are found ' Kl J toboellicat'Ums. A.N EXTII.V -py'istriionAiii.n. ' . As intlm.itcii in tli iUInpalchesa few days ago. a stiong utToit will bo made byiejiro- sentiitlvii labor men loi-cciironnextia sesi-loii ot the fiftieth congiess , immedlateiv alter tlm expiration of this congress on Match 1 HO\I. to consider questions affecting labor. Petitions art ) being elrculatod among the laboiliu nion ot the couutrv calling upon tlio jnesidimt lot an extra session , and It is un derstood that the labor advocates in congress will chainnlon It. Tlio i'Mr.1 session , It Is pioposed , shall bu dcvotU'lcxclusively to labor iiuestions. \Vliile \ the piesldent uvngnlze-i as fully as anyone the poti'iic > of the labor influence and iles ires to do It full justice , it is said no does not relish Iho Idea of an extia se-slon , and hat there Is very little llkellhpoa of his ca li ng one. one.A 1IIO I'INK tAMl i \ .Vl > irAT K. Inspltoot ( hit denials by tliu Interior do- lartmt nt of the .bt.itemcnts jucilu by Colunul 1'l.itt It. Walker of Mlnno n , of n Canl' : Jlan s > iidicjtu't < niyiuisltluii of the valuable pine lands withi ( ) tin * Indian lesnvallou of Norlhcrn MlnnosntA , tlioso who are In posi tion to know assert positively that such a syndicate oslsts nnd that it has alreidv a linn hold upon enormous tracts of timber lands In the northwest. A Canadian ten- tloman now bore , who claims to be Inteiesicd In thosvndicatp , oald last night that It was proposed to employ several thousand wood men to clear on the pine from lands pos- served by thorn and o\or which thny have control In Minnesota and to saw the logs Into lumber for the American market. The Idea ho admitted had smuo political significance. Tholsvndlcatu owns , ho said , n vnst tract of Canadian timber land. The Canadian gov ernment Imposes a duty of t'J n thousand feet on logs , and the American government taxes awcil lumber so that the pioiits ID Canadian lumbermen are "sawed oil" " each way. Tlm now company proposes to clear the lands under Its control as rapidly as pos sible , in order that the sentiment In relation to frco lumber may crow moio rapidly. Then when the necessary legislation Is seemed thioiuh congiess Canadian lumber will bo run In to compete with the American pro duct. duct.Tho The Canadian syndicate willboropicscntc.il in Washington this winter. WASHINGTON MAT THUS. Pension Youolicrri Issneil Xovvs About tlio Army. WASHINCITOX. Nov. 'JO. [ Special Telegram to the Bni : . I Vouchers were tonlay Issued by the third auditor of tliu treasury for Sb07lW > to pixy the pensions nt the Dos Molnus agency falling duo December 1. The total pension vouchers issued t' ) day was Sll,7bO,2J5. AllMV NKWS. Army loaves granted : Captain Chailes Morris , Fifth nrtllleiy , Fort Columbus , Now Yoik liaibor , ten days ; Lieutenant William MolTat , Second Infantry , Foil Nlobrara , Neb , , two months sick leave ; Captain Han- dolpliNoiwood , Second cavalry , Foil Cour il'Alone , Idaho , four months ; Captain Jesse M. Lee , Tontii cavalry , Columbus , Ohio , three months ; First Lieutenant Benjamin F. Handforth , Eleventh Infantry , now on sick leave , will report at Now Voile to con duct i ecru Its to Dakota and then Join His company. ( leueral Edmund B. Alovander , U. S. A. , arrived hcio this mornlni ; from St. Paul to spend tlm winter with his son-ln-lavv , Col onel ( iiildo N. Liober , acting judge advocate general of the army. ci.r.vii.AM : 's T.ATI'.ST OIIDRH. Piesldent Cleveland , has issued an older closing the giounds .south of the white bouse to the public during ceitaln horns. Hereafter they will not bo open to the public after ft p. m. This miunintr the jnesidont and Mis. Cleveland took a walk In the giounds for over an hour. Tlio gates wcro closely iniardeil while tno couple wcro taking their exercise. At the white house it Is said this older was not Itsucd because of an > nppiehenslou of danger to the poison oE the president , but because ho desires to have nn opportunity of taking regular exorcise without the annoyance ot public inter- iiiptlon. The closing of the grounds has o\clted some comment , as this is the liist time it has been done. rrr.so.VAT. . I. N. Mast and wife , of Ottumwa , In. , are heie. _ _ Destructive Fire. CINCINNATI , Nov. 20. A tire broke out at half past two this morning and completely destioyed the fourth , tifth and sixth stories of the great clothing houses ot Marcus Fcch- heimer & Co. ami Mack Stanlcr k Co. , oppo site the Burnett house. Loss esti mated from S150.0JO to S100.000. It is said 5000,000 inbUi- ance was carried by both firms. Four flremcn WCIP Injured bv beiiigburiedundertho debris inside the buildlnir , two of them dangciously. CINCINNATI , Nov. ' 20. The Burnet house guests weio awakened and calheied at the windows opposite the liery lurnace , wheio they watched Its progiess. not without nppie henslou , but without panic. The llie depart ment guarded as olfcctuallv as It could , w ith gicat success , aitainst the .spiead ol the hro to the adjoining buildings. About four o'clock the lloois gave way with borne members ot the lito company , font of whom were cairied to the collar. After "TCat ditllculty , they weio all icseuo'lruive , seil- ously but not fatally hint , Tnero was some damage done adjoining buildings , but it was not heavy. The loss on goods is total. amounting U" . between Sir.0,003 and S.'iOO.OOO oner , . The loss on the buildings Is placed at 5 ,000 each. Both biiildiugs and stoclc are amply Insured. DiHnslcrs , CHICAGO , Nov. i0. ! It was reported last night that the steamer Manlstique , whose consorts , the schooners Mm Incite and Menc- kaunce , wcro wrecked near Fiankfoit , had made a sate huibor at the Manltous , but a later dispatch liom Manlstee , Mich. , asbeits that soon utter losing her consoits the Manis- tiquo became disabled and drilled helplessly up the lake until she reached Hurnham's piei , twenty miles noith of Manistee , when she sti tick and bunk with all hands. Tlm Man- isticiuu was commanded by Captain Waiter Ashley , and cairied a ciew of lilteen men. 11 this report Is true , tlio number of lives lost by the sinking of the Manls-tlquc anil con sorts Is swelled to thlitv. MiiWArifii : : , Nov. 20. The Wisconsin's Manisleo ( Mich. ) special sa.is : The steam barge Manistiimo arrived at Fiankfort this morning In ceaich ol her consorts , the Maro- linet.ind Menolicnne , wliich were lost oil that poitTlnnsday night As far as known no steam barge was wiecked in ttio v icinlty of Fiankfoit. The schonci Llbblo Nan , of Chicago , is ashore on Smith Manitou Island , and a tug lias been sent to hoi assistance. San IVrnnulsco Knees. SA.v FJIAKCIHCO , Nov. 20. The last day of tlio Blood liorsc meeting was uMicied in by n violent lain Btoim. Tlio tiack was very heavy and it ininod during a pail of the spoil. Thiec-vear-old ( lilies , milo nnd a quaitci : Gnoon won , M iss Couitney second , Leila ihlul. TluiD-'JjiriX. Two-j oil -olds , ROV en-eighths of a mile : .Miss Ford won. Gilssetto bccoml , Volligner third. Tlmu-lil'4. : : ' All ages , milo : Adeline won , Orovci Clev elund second , Leap eai thiid. Time 1 : ibV. All itccs , two miles nnd an eUhth : ( iiicnn won , Vol.intu becoed , Moonllghl third. Conspiraoy to Kill Davitl. DI/IIIOII , Nov. 20. A luinnr is In circula tion thnt some ol Michael Davltl's friends believe theio Is a conspliacy on fool to mui- dci hlmbceiiusuol his opposition to tlio u.v ticmo measuios jnoposed by the O'Donovon loh ! a Iiisli ( action. It is said a meeting was held in Now Vmk ic-cently , nt which Davltt was denounced and dospeiato meas ures thicatcneil. Imiulrv has been made of some of this fi lends of Davitt , as to | ho Until ot the rumor , and a lemaik was made by ono of the mo1- ) prominent that such arinnge- ments bavo been made ns would lellevutlio couitsol thotroiibloof trj ing the miscreants Incase of an attempt on Dav Ill's life , con- Ih ins the belief that tlaeats have been nmtlo him , Incenilltiry Work. CAl'K SfAY , N. . ! Nov 20. A Iho was. ills- coveiedaboul lXthls : ! ) miiiniug on tliu thlid floor of the Hotel Bellov tip , nt Capo May point. Assistance was sent fiom this city , but the ontm > stiiirtuio was completely burned to the giound. About ten cottages nearby , four Moms nnd lumber ynid weio nlso destioyed. Of cottages about half weio occupied , the others occupied onij in lito summer season The loss lias not je' ' been I'stiiiiateil , The tire Is supposi'it to bu tlio wuikot an inceiullaiy. or Hon. Illrnin Calilo. DAvnvi'Oiiv , I.i , Nov. 20 , [ Special Telo- U'lam to the BI-K.J President K. II. Cable , of the Chicago , Hock Island & Pacltlc railroad , is in this eitv with his lather. Hon. Hiram L'alile , who Is dangerously 111. His condition to-da > eliowed a blight Impiovcment. ColllHion nt Undo , CAIIIO , 111. , Nov , 20. I'asscnger tialn No. U-omlng south on the Illinois Cential this vfternoon , whllit rounding a cinvu nt North Calio , collided w ith n HW Itch enginn and both locomotives vvero completely demolished , Cuglncer McMillan was slight ! ) and Biako- iiian Storct binerely hurt. Ono TlioiimiiKl HOUHCH Dcstroycii , LosnoN , Nov. 20. Nfw'b has been lecrlvcd iioro of a dlbistrous lire In the town of 'i'ondo , m tlio 1'asiiT river , In the island of i.uron , ; ho largeat of the Plnllipplne croup. One ihou and liouscs ueio Ournud. SPECIAL NOTICES under this lie id , 10 cents pdi line tor tlio Ilrst lu i'rlion,7 cents for cnchsufo- [ pqiiont Insertion , nml $1.60 n line per montl ; No ndvortlsoment tnkcu for IcfSllinn 2S cents for the tlrst Insertion. Seven wonts ftlll lx counted to the line ; they must run con ccu tlvoly nnd must bo pnlil In lulvunco. All mlv nr tltonionts must bo Immloil in bofoio 2 o'eloct f. in. , nnd undrr no clrcum'tnnpcs will thej be taken or discontinued toy telephone. 1'nrtkd ndvcrllMnir In tlio o < ohimns nml Iriv Inptho nn ersnLMrps cil In c ro of Tnu URI wlllplcneo nsli for n check toonnblo thorn toccl their letlcrc. ns none will b itollvernt oxcopl on Dre ontntlon of chock. All nnswrrs to iul vorti'cmonts shoiiM lie rncloceil In onv rlopes. TO X.OAB-MOOT : * . " \TONBY totnnn , onih on linnil , no ilrlii.1. ) . , L W nnd li li Siiulio , UU Pnrnuni St. , I'nv ton lioicl butMlnff. Wipe po LOAN Money I < onm jilncert on Itn- 1 proved roftl o tnto In city or county foi Now linuliimt 1x31111 A : Trimt Co. , by lomln ) ! Count ) bnnk. Kith niul Clili'into Ms. 81.1 GI'liltOKXT money to onus ensy torins.V M. Harris , lloom 5 , fronzer llll ! . opp. 1 * . 0 451 Doc 2' II' jou want money on any ROO < | Rceuittj- siieli nschnttpla , mmtffnnos. pogotlulilo pn poi-8orolliur\vl8e , cull nt 1513 Farm.in xtieut room 2. 1M ONIYTO : MIAN At low r to , nn ui > oi city property , UntcUor & Co , , U1G Doimln ; Btrocl. Ul. MMNICV tolOAiion city and tnrm pioportj- low rules , Stoivart & Co. , Houmi ; , Irot Hunk. ftM MONEY TO LOAN-At ronsiuinbto intcs , or furniture , flno witches nnd ether tiorsonnl proportjO..I. . Cnswoll , room 10 Iron llnnli liullilliig , l"lli nnd Knrnmii. * Vi $ " o.OOO to lomi. Sums fSOO nml npwi\rit Lowest riitus. HoralJ , I5tu nml Douitlns sts * * u\ M TO LOAN O T. Dnvls & Co. Itoa Eatnto nnd I.onn Agents IMj fnrnnm st. srm M ONiv : TO LOAN On rcnl ostnto nnd olut tols. I ) U 1 homns. i.M7 _ _ MONKV TO LOAN-Tnsuins of f2,010 nn- upnnidaon flrst cln s nml oatiite Bccnrilr Pot t er Je Cobb , 1515 ynrnnin at. W ) _ MONiV LOANKlTiiTc IMtood .V Co' .Lonr onics , on furultiuo , plnnoM , lunsofl.xrnKona personal propoity of nil kind * , nnd nil other nr tick's ofiUuo. . without romoVRl. ! 119 S 13th , overllhiKlmm's Commission store. All bnsl ncsg slrlcUy eoiillriontliii. 3uo _ MONi'.Y If j-nu ImvciTOod notes to cell , 01 wish to lionoxr on leal isliilo or clmttel' nl fnlr Inlet est , tail onJ. 11. 1'urrotto , IBlh nni linO 00(1. ( $500,000 To 1onn on Omnlia city properly ntt per cont. a. W. lny , over 1.112 T.OANS I.oiins Loans. llcnl estate loans. Collntei nl loans. Clinttol louns. I/niRtliuc loans. Short tlmolonng. Money nlwnyg on hand o loan on rmjr np proved security. Investment securities bought nnd sold. Omnlm Vlnnnclnl cxchnn o , 1CUJ rmniun. _ Corbett Miumxni. _ _ _ _ 303 G rnu OKNT Money to onn. J.J. Mnlioney 150U rarunm. UOJ MONiV : to lonn by tlio imdorilpnpd , who ha ; Iho only properlv orpnnl/od lonn iMronoy In Omnlm. I.oiins ot $10 lo f 1,000 mndo on fur nlturo , plu'ioa. orRiins , lior cg , wnffonn , macliln ory , 4o , without removal. No dolnys. All buslnoRA Mrlctly ronfldontlnl. Lonns M mndc Hint nny pnrt cnn l > o pnld nt nny time , ench payment mont rednclnR the coot pro rntn. Advnnco * madoon flno wntohcs nnd diamonds. Person Bhould cnrofully consider who thoynro donllni ; with , ns mnny now concerns nro dftlly comlns Into existence. Should you need monor , call nnd Bee mo. W. It. Croft , Koom 4 , Wlthnell nulldlnif , 15th nnd Hnrncy. su = LSS CHANCES. C&SUi stotK of dnip-s wltu HUurog for pnln or P pnrt tiuac. II. \ IE. , llox UOJ Shummdonli.ln SOa 2J * _ TT'Olt SALT ! llnstniirmit Itctlred limn bu l- i1 ness. No llTXoith 12th tt. , Omnlm. Nob. _ iiU-'J' . * "IT1 OK SAM ; A Ilrst cliis * puvintr srncorj Jl stoio , center of town , rlxturcs in K ° < > ( comlltlou mid smiill stock. I'oi-nnitlculnrsln nulroiUUICS. Uthfet. 180-J1 * _ U'ANTKI-To liuv nn intcicst in some pnv- Inar bnainc-s by n business innn with sinnll cnpltiil. Addrnss T. : il ( , lleo olllco. IRJ-'il * FOR SAI.K Clionp.n rJrilBStock.nlso in o con- per lounls nnd hnlf doAslhor glnos-lioldun. rorpnitlculnrsnddtess H.S ItobcrtB , Norlolk. Nob. 11521 * _ WANTHD-PAltTN'nit-I.Hdy or trenlleraan , wllh hinull enpltul. to takolmlr lntoto t lii established , paiinnnonl , flrst-elnss city l.nst- no 8. T.iu > niLr JUOO to * lnoa j curly : ( rood ren- fconsrorsullliKf ; Kinnd oluuico for rlifbt putty. Address S 4l > , llco onico. 509 TmoitSALK Ono of the best pi ) Intf liolols In - - thULity , innMnK money lust. Host of rcnsnns for scllmir. P'.VJO cnsh icciulrod to not It I' , i : . IMP , I2U7 Fnrnnm it. 475 _ T OK SALr.-llhidwnro llusmoss Wo offer Jour gin If nnd hciuy hnrdwnro business for sulo , toxuthor with our lease imd jrood will. 1 nulo Inrsrost In llie city nnd locution tlio best llcllrlnir from the biiilnoss CIIIIBO for Boiling The Huum nardwnio Co , 1028 O st , Lincoln. _ _ _ THT _ FOK H.ll.i ; Onoof the oldest nnd best pit- intr firoeory lluslneis In the city. 1'or pur- tloulnr8lniulroot ] 1415 Jones gt. \H \ H OIJSKS Lolfi.l'nt tnB.ljinds money lonnoil. Ucints , istli nml LOURIIS ) | stiouts " ' , < ' > LOST. IOM' Lust owning , ptnimbly on upper unit J of rmimin Rt. , n Boo canlm's LolluLtlon book , route.II , rindarplentuu turn to lleo or 11 < o. ir > > I OSTLnih's Bmnll pold wMch with mono- Jirinin JI I , W , on biicU. Fiudor plcnsoleave- nt lliisolllce. , \\r \ \ , Clairvoyant. MADAM Ali.VbKA lovouls pist pre iint mid Inuiie , bow miinv In fiimflya < i , olu , , how to bold nrfoetlons ( if husliiinil or mmr nalU- fnctlon vminintovil..1 cents mm uimiirdn. bU K Ilith st 271 PSIiSOU'At. IJHHSO.NAfi Dim'tbii ) n linn -nK | Ininp until jou net pilei-s lit Mood } 'a riiliiu fctotn iliirtdnff lumps lih iiupiox btirnor , dcioinii'd slmdoiind lull niunbur of prisms lor H f/j. hmnn lump hns ln.cn sold ulrnulii'to foi fa Til nud SS.OO You din et tliolid.-i liunp and f > nvo money ovcry tlmo nt Mumlys Clnnu hloro , 'Mi K. lotli st. , cor of Diivonporl. 2 1 i\ \ .l-Hu\o joohciin tun flu 01 , flU 10 and fCiliQoviiciiuihhoId by L O. .loiiL-3\ Co , Ainericaii elotlileij. , 1XJ > I'm iiam st / 108 SO _ _ } ' . > ONALLudles vvieluntr Kood dimiostlo lielji din bo well Mippllod b ) eilllni ; at Omnlm ICmployinoiH lluioaii , UU North Ifilh , tl. , Uiouiibe IJIULV. d7. | -i : doCiimpIs School Muse nnd VokuCulturo , l.'l H. IGtli bl , nioin 0. GUI in o.5 _ 11IJUSONAL Jllss A , I.ilnoncnui , proli lonnl iiinso with cond rot oin moiiilutlona tiJ7 Rfmtli Mlh Nliuot , 'M llooi , loom No , 5 , o\ci Dormnn's dty yoods eloiu. _ J3inll l ) ) : itSONAL-Knlglits ol l.nliur ns uoll ut non- J unions will llml fcoiiHlhlnif lo the lutnin-t nf Iholrp.icUitboolm bj onillnir nt llio enl > Hat- L'.IMI hioil ) , lilO X lUth bt , Uu'l Cilllornlannd \Vohelur. \ HI'MH PiitPONAlMrs ; 1)r ) Nnnmo V , Wiurcn e'lLinojnnt , Midlt.il und biiblncbs Medium itoom No. a , l.'l .Noitli Pali it , Uniulia , Nnb. UJT linillMAI. I'AIT.H. richly lllut-li all d. 16 pnj-'cc , L | column.- ! The Nov omljur Usuo ut oiilitaliM m ml ) it'll udM'i tlMiim nlH of nnd ronlli'tiii'iiuudliw ' coiio-punili'iiH , d o n fciiporb lull I'UKU em.ria\lnv ikhUnud rupii'ssly ioi out Journal unlitloj "A MMldon's llrt'iuii. II If. ono of llio ihlnvt plctorns evoi lUtiilutod on pnni r , nnd miin bohctjn to bo up- iroclutud Sullliulo Hiy cvur > liniminlod pur- ! in should jw-sus it Hjntph ) cop n Illc f-llv IT. Aildrcfs llbutl und llund , t7 tj Jieiiiboiu Kt. , u , III. _ _ T7U > | [ KI.N ! -hqjaro I Juno fJ inoiiinlv. 1 ? IIi8io | , 15H Uoutflim. _ _ _ 33l IIOICIIIAM ) III tonlcfsonfe. No , W no | H > 8llion , riinld u Hpia-ib i-ond HU.MJ > lor tiinl Jii sou. ll.il 1'LTiiln , llftioll. Mluli. llldlO _ _ Ol' hi'r.NOiItA I'll V and tyiio-wnt- SCHOOIi , 7 and B , lion Hunk. U.VV . llakor. WJ N iil WIDOW lad ) would IIKullnen or four gun- A tlcinen Itomdorslor tlio winter Hoinu | ulvlle tAadrces _ , It , M , lluu jOlllue. lli'J Sl _ OK TITLU furnished on short notice from my ( toinnlctu bet Uf looks H It KI'.NT Organs , $3 per montli. ilo pe , . . . r.XtHANtlK-fromo flno vncnnl lots tor horses runt Mock , llallou llroj , 161(1 ( IVnijf- ln < st V7822 TtT : > f f-nunro rtnuo , 11 monthlT. A IlospoT TOR BALE MISCELLANEOUS. H Ol'SKS Ixits.farnis.t.dtidii-tnonpyloftnc'd. llomls 5th and DoiiKlm Blrccls. 21'i . . : lionp , pnh7bob slo i , doltv ery wnvou nnd double liarncf * . Imiulro nt 3109 1Mb 91 U * _ Flit SA1.II I'lno roml ItorsO , with new nnd ImiiiPM , cost f4."i ; nui t be sold nt once , ii'ifnrdlo sol vnltio. luauliont 1405 IXnic- hist , 221 171011 s\l.i-0r : llent. Immedlntrlv , n Finn JDccUor llros' I'lnno , no.uly now , nt 2l.HJ lliunoy st 175 Si * _ "ITVMl SAliK Nli'o fvim , wnimii ntiil tmrnrss ; Jwill takou nood.-lndk' borso In trndo. Ap- pjv Baa. miigtv _ if * ) 21 * tAIil < A coed ItullBitfc , tire nml btirij- Itir pioof , double floors , vnult II\2I In. , boon room Id'J In hlRh in In wldo. Addnns J H lllanclmnl , Stock } imK Oiniiliii. 18l-ai SALII-ytovo.No. iXlSplondld , liTpnrfoel order T. ,1. llonrd & llro , lltj Douglns su 7I'J _ _ _ " _ il OK s \ Li : Allnost now"tndlBUt homo stova No. 00 , Apply to 'Utos. O'Connor , 1118 3 tltt. 11711 * _ _ " Pint SALI : Kiiniittiro nnd ien o ot s"u-room homo , tlmo on pnrt. Cull 1202 North ! :7tti : fu out , two blocks from Hod Cnr lino. Mil , . l0ll BALK I'imoton top * - cheap , A. llospo 2"ln."J J7UHI ALi : Cnenp. iron i-olnmna nnd win- - iliiw cni8 nillnlilo for front on brick build- nig Forpiirlloiilnrsiipply nt thU offlco. 813 WAMTED \\7ANI'r.D rirst cliiMHtnirhprs nnd pollih- ' otsntl. X. U atoftin Liiundry , 1711) ) Rum. 24(121' ( \\rANTKD-Hnl , niro l.lto 15 , for lltshl ho > wink , KB I'knsimt st , 2.H 21 * \\rANTii-CompL'lent : f. jroml ttirl for ii fnin. ilv of two. so I 3 Isili st. 227 WANI'IIO Ono peed jrhl to do laundry ttork nt Non Is' rusmuritnt. 210 21 _ A\fANTiu : A llrs-t olais oook for roBtiturnnt , M Imly piofcrioil. Imiulro of or nddii'ssd. p. i oitiont , Nub Hi" 22 "IV'ANTIJl ) A jrood plrl for cooking and ' ' kltohon Moik ; smnll finiillv , n < > d WIIKC ndstoad } place. Impiltoof 0. L. Kilck nn , o. , 21J Ma onlo block , N. lilih. Iss J " \V ANTUD ( lood Rlrl lor Kunernl housoworlc. M 1012 DodKO , 1011 21 _ _ " \ \ rANTr.D-A ttoodnlrl forKi'itc JJ Applj nt lll'.i ' fniniun Kt. Ill I 21 JJr NTit > A foinaloToiik li " .tlTstT > 155 .it' _ T\rANTiD-A : coolc nt N'ntlonnl Ilotol.Slionnn- ' ' doah , In. Sutlslnctoij nacs. Itoninnn A-l'atk. 17021 * - > A competent nil I lor uenprnl - liotHcuoik. Apply at once , 2S12 Howard \ at. corl'ntk a\o IH1 21 * X rANTIil ) llil liidleiT\pnntft to lo irn toU > ' irrnpliy Ti o--pcct irood foi position H lion compitout : address VV.0. U , Itooin I , Croiniao blk.Oiiialia 1,17 A VANTIin-CoinpotiMtt mlddlo aired \\onmit ' * to lake euro of babj. Aiiiilr at 4lU Con vent si. bM " \TTANTii : > ( iirl.foi Henoral liousoworit. at _ > > _ ros VlrKlnln n\o. 577 \\7A > Tii ) I.nily of line la'to to assUt In ( opliic bunlnc 8 , cnn workat lioino ir prnforred : piirninnunt win k , iiood pay. no ser vants wnntcd. llouta 10 lo 5. Ait Copyinir HnomBi22 : N. ir.tii t -.MO sHj.i.u .uAtil * J"AML1) ) A peed llvo ruriiltiiiosnltsinnn ' Apply atNUmukn btnto I'urultino ( o.J10 S.JCtllSt. 01 21. _ _ "IVANTi : ! * A irmxl lOllnblo collector. M isl ' ' bo one ho lui * Imd ( j\pi'ricm'uiuid ( jilt ed o eily it'fiitronco ' rcquiiuil 31.1' Miirtln , : ili S. nth ht. 200 21 rplIKIlinkorfl' Llfo Association of St I'niil , X Minn , Imvo ISiibrnHka work for n lew rood solicitors , llolviuiu'i'- ( llolviuiu'i'Tluiomaiy. . Ad- ilioss Wilcox & StCuu , fctatu AKOIIIS. Lincoln , Neb. 194 dec 1'J _ \\rANTr.D fiood quick bti'lioliMin , Jl'TiT ' ' ' week ; nls < > " ff < l coat and pantaloon mnkoiB. VV. U. 011)8011 * t Co. Jt" 8. ir > th si Itll 21 A V"ANTin A rohablo boy or lounir ntin to i entry alioinoronto on tbolMlli i\ : < 'iiliii/ lleo. Apply nt lleo ollico. IbJ WANTUIJ Vowsau'onts. Applv al MOOIO'H Kinplovmunt AKCIICJ , South lOlh st. ut 10 o clock , a. m. 178 2J ANTKI ) . 23 men for Coloutdo Labor AKiincj , I .US Fnriiiiin. 171 " \ \ / "ANTI'D.UK ) man foi inilioiul woik : ( rood ' ire ; slondy work all ulnlor. All- l.nljor Atfonuy , 1 10S I'm mini , 17. V\7"AN'I HI ) A mnn to liiko peed euro of V herons and lias ovpci lent o In maimirliiK furnnce. Itcst ol rofotoiiOLS roulted. | Tnink J. It.inmo , No. Hill I'liinam st. 171 WAN I I5D Apents , to sell dooi-sprliiRg thai will clo = o MOID , slonn liouso 01 rlnsot doors 'Ilioy ictall at Mo nt slplit. Adurusn 1'iod.I. llulloy , lii VVostTajotli'st , Syinciit-e , N. V , for w holosiilo prlciu. Iftl SI * \\TAN l'i ; An V | ) rlnnr d boot and Hhoo ' " Nideainaii Ono wlio can spiak ( uriiian nnd iiii.'llah. : Au.trust Dorinann , 607 , ( XJJ , fill , H , lllliBt HO _ K 'A > | 'KI > Ancills with ( rood appoaratuTea ' fora now in tick ) , ciui make J'lio $ H n day Call at 14.11 S 1,1th b Vr 21 * _ " \\rANHJIi An oxporlenwiil olollilmr < > mnn who cnn stienk Uoimiin. J. L llriiu. dlcs\ Son , TOT P. l.ltiisl , 1W " \ \ ANriu Wo want a lownueuutOHell tliu ' ' Diinninojor'H lijdi aiilio VVitslior on ooin. mission A very irood pnylnt ; business forifoocl mm Apply at U ! Doiifrlus. HbO 21 AfJINTrf ! In tlio rity oruoimtry cnn niakof'i to f\l \ ) a da ) Hollimc our H"i.h.ltiuj. A. VV. NoM-ltj compiinv. UJ7 I'arn im ht. & 77 SITUATION WAKTED. "l\rANTIII > 1'ositlon , bj ) oniir mini who him < been dork m liotolfm loin j euro , and has otbor lnnlnti H cxpuiiomu. llnst lolciuii- < e ! . T.l'l ' , Hooolllio " ' \\r VNI'IID filiation to do iboins nli'lit ' * nnd iiioiniii ) . ' lor board nnd . . v by lilt lournmtial C'olk'jro , Addli't-s T . ! ( i lluo ollluo. .M lAT Nli : ! ) hlliiiitlon by ( rontlciniin ( Hyeari it oldi in hloic , oilU o. Ininkoi otlioi > . rlpniika nml corn sponils it adily In I'.iiKllnb imdhnuillbh , ( iood lulotonuo Kivcn , Addicts T. in , lloo ollloo 2iri-J2 * _ \\rASTii : Position by n joiinir mini of i i t-toudy liiibltH.ns cdllnctor or lotiiUn mdou for goinii K ud business Him. Adilrrss T M Hooolllio. 20021 * \\7AM'i : ' ) iu n d i nuclei- ! over 1. ' . yours1 11 ovpoi kmroln iij and ( onnliy. n poshlun lor lie winter , deed inK'iimco und I'rennoil , Addioss U7 , Jluoolllio. 20T 31 \\'ANTBD hit mil Ion by } onn mnn of BU ndy > ' ImliiH if booKktii'por ' or clurk , Hniin- riiL'isir\cii. | T 'J , lluiioilli'e. JH-Jf WANTIID-A dclhery borsn nt I. X. L. burnm Laiinila } , I71U C'mnliiK St. 21I < \ \r.\.VI iaLndy loominiito , IBIS riitmnn. > > 210 2i" , . . , . . . . ) A stock of drynoorts , dolliliu , ii booH rtnrt i-botisoi irroi ei lorIn < i cl"- Jora MUDiniproiid laim m-iu tlio buu lownol I'rani.lili , Nub. Addio-,8 L I. - - - teller , 1Mb. Ifilli nt y.'J21 Kl > Tciiinh und HbuvDleM 1Mb t-t lint. AV ' llodL'O and IJOIIKIUH Atwood l'o , ll\ -ij Bliible. _ "Ib l * AXTA VI Kl > 'lluee perwns ) lo limin book- TI l.lljilllfc' . hilllllllOIIS 1UIJ I llllllKO ft. .1. irAHTI.U-Jor Iday boniditie , 71V N nih.M. i 1CI til * " \ \ 7ANIIUMillion ) lojoiilhu"l. ( . | Itclmlilu" ii bliu'lu Mon' induwini.'nt : AaH'ioliitlon ' of .linn line IhniiMind dolhirfi nl Mian litK'i ' Oter 151,100 nliouily paid. VV'ilto lor circulars ( ' I luiiipi | , tocii tiiry , Mliiiioiipoll.i. Minn 1KI"- * \t 'AN I'Kli to buy ono HIIUIU o' Hook In > > Omitliu board otlr.iilo. S. A riloimin.nu ° m niim at. Ml \\'ANTIll ! To Ri'll a liiill TTiTero , TTtT n inuiiuT ' I Imlnrliik' bublniiRt. Hun Uttnplo , doimind asiiiu and prollln abivu tbo intiii'jo. Una lor K'llliiif. moru lupllal nnulod , Will xivo ti bnrirnln totlio light inun. AddiensT , il.lu-oollltc. Itl-il * ID : r/l men to cat bm.I.wnmii cakM ' ' andmaplo njrnpovury inurnlnir at Norrl * ' tcstuniant , H'lh St bet. Duluo ami Dee lu. i-tralBht Uuurd per MooK.SI.ij ; 21 moat liukiti , n&i uua , ItlillT-HOOBlIrt X.OTB. [ neil lti.M' : A HIM clues -L' of f.cc , Nil-lid ) \ Co.