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JU-VOL.3 : OMAHA , MONDAY MORNING , DECEMBER 20 , 1850. NO. 156.
Cor. Douglas and 13th Sts. >
Gives Great Bargains in Ladies' and Gentsi
AMERIGAM GOLD AND SILVER WATCES
All Kinds Ot
JEWELRY , SILVER WARE AND DIAMONDS.
We Guarantee " * " Best Goods For The Least Money ,
HORSE SHOES AND NAILS ,
Iron and V/agon Stock ,
At Chicago Prices.
1209 and 1211 Hsiniey Street , Omaha.
THE CENTRAL DINING HALL ,
Southwest corner 16th and Dodge.
Has lately been leased by
Who has hadyears experience in the hotel and restuau ant busi
ness , and will run a first-class house.
MEALS AT ALL-HOURS.
Board by the Day or Week , with Lodging or without.
GUNS , AMMUNITION , SPORTING GOODS.
Fishing Tackle , Base Rails and a full line of
3STOTIO3STSAUSTID IF-A-OHSTST G-OOIDS
MARHOFFS TRK FACTORY.
The largcei an H nf
Trunks and Valises in Hit- -i. Telescopic Cases
and Sample Trunks a Specialty.
H. H. MARKQFF - - PHOP.
. . , . ,
11Y 14th Ooors North of a * ; St
ORCHARD & BEAN. DEW i & STONE , u.B.FREhCK&C
HE STOOPS TO CONQUER.
Gov. Nance Secretly Mov
ing on Paddock's
Promise of Power and Consider
able Plunder Lavishly
Rural Representatives Close
ly Guarded Against the
Swinging Around the Circle.
CENTRAL Crrr , Dec. 16. I could
not resist , tht , temptation to slip into
Senator Evans' otlice at D vii City
and talk a few minutes with him over
matters and things. There were sev
eral present , and there was no such
thing as getting a confidential chat
with him , and I aoon observed this ,
so I had to content myself with
"straws. " It took no eagle eye to dis
cover that Evans is inclined to give
caddock and Nance the jjo-by and
ship on the anti-monopoly ship.
The facts are that Evans is sorely
pressed by the farmers of Butler coun
ty with threats and arguments that
he wo Id not represent his constitu
ents by embarking on the Paddock-
Nance railroad barque ; that legisla
tion for the good of the farmer is
demanded and that something ID us )
be done. Then , too , Evans was nol
the Nance-Paddock candidate , Col.
Roberts , who represented Bii'1
county in the legislature about 1871 ,
was their fellow and was also strongly
pushed by Carns.which fact , nodou t ,
was what kilted him , and Evans
"walked hig lee , " so as to speak.
After the convention Nance sent his
private secretary t"n conciliate the
victorious Evans , and mbsequently
at the election , aided by Cams , et al. ,
flooded the distiict ( Po k and Butler
counties , ) with republican tickets
bearing tha name of Roberts i list e id
of Evans for state senator , a botl ,
you see , which m5 ht have ended di
sastrously to Evans but for the fact
that it was discovered before the polls
opened. This is still rankling In the
bosom of Evans , and everybody hopes
it will continue to rankle. D. C
Harrison , one of Butler county's ped
agogues , and'a very energetic- talker ,
is canvassing Batler county , rousing
up the farmers sgaiast the present ex
orbitant rates ot transportation. Pe
titions will bo circulated for signatures
nnd then forwarded to the Cutler
county members of the legislature ,
aud woe be tohimjwho votes for R. R.
tools for senator or who dares to vote
against a bill to regulate freight tar ffa
At Osceola I only halted a few
hours , but learned that Kimmel , or
whatever his name is , who was sen
ator last year and a willing tool of the
railroad companies , is on the track for
sergeaut-at-arraa of the setiatt > , do r-
kseper of the house , or some nth r
place where he could throw bucks tnr
Albinns any position th t woulJ pay
board and lodging , you know
Central City , or Merrick county
rather , has one senator ( with H-ll ) ,
Morse , and one member of the lo\v r
house , Hosteller , of her own. The
first is said to be for Paddock , and is
being daily coached by Hoxie , of the
Grand Island land office , and by Will
iams , cf the Grand Islaud postoffice ,
and by the U. .1 * . railroad sharks gen
erally , but he may be reclaimed yet
by a vigorous application of granger
oil , for the Mernck county farmers
are opening ut ) on the railroad trans
portation question also. As for Hoa-
tetter , he is to sensible to do any
thing so suicidal , and your correspondent
pendent is much mistaken if he docs
not turn out to be one of the best
members in the house. He is a small
man and very youthful , but keep
your eye on him he is a good one.
My David City letter about the
surveying contract given to Richard
son to catch Charlie White was fully
talked over by two gentlemen on the
train to-day , who both agreed that I
had it "down fine , " although they
did not know that I wan within a thou-
tand miles of them. One said that a
U. S. surveyor down in Richard'on
county was to have had that $5,000
as well as considerable more , and he
wai somewhat wrothy when the slice
was cut off , and did not understand
why it could lie that ho should not
uet the whole of it. I ran across the
i rack of ] Mj. j. Pearman , of Nebraska
City , here. He was no doubt up
here looking up customers for his nur
sery stock , and had no thoughts of
politics or Yan Wyko in his mind.
Be is a slick one. I shall spend a
day at Columbu * , and then skip back
to Lincoln , aud report what ia % o-
ing on thereabouts. If I get
time I shall step Into the
Hon. M. K. Turners' office ana
apprise him of the dimensions of a
certain petition that will strike him
n.Hor.t the second week of his legislative -
tivo areerinviting him to sail into the
anti-monopoly harbor and to leave
"Prtddock first and Nance second"
and take a reef in his coat-tail BO as to
take it out of the roach of Dave Loveland -
land and go In for home rule" that is
fir his constituents first and the New
York and Boston capitalists after
I am on track of a chap who has
said when in a drunken stupor that
Nance had promised him that as soon
as the chip aforesaid should register
his vote in a satisfactory manner on
the senatorial qupation the deputy
wardenehip of the penitentiary
would fea at the command of the
aforesaid chap , who is elected to rep
resent ,1 certain county in the central
part of the state.
Aa the position of deputy warden
las never been filled , there may be ,
and no doubt is , good grounds for
he opinion that such a trade would
) e made. If tht. superintendent of
he insane hospital and the superin-
tendency of all the state institutions
: an be made to bring in a vote for
tfance they will all go and don't you
'or gut it. FREQUENTLY.
John A. Kasson Tak s the Lead
in the Eaoe for the
The Honse Passes the Mil
itary Academy Ap
Special Dispatches to The Bee.
WASHINGTON , December 18. When
the house met this morning a number
of gentlemen addressed the speaker
with a view of offering bills or other
miscellaneous business , but the regu
lar order of the day was promptly de
manded , with a view of disposing of
the pending appropriation bills. The
house went into committee of the
whole on the military appropriation
bill , with Mr. Reagan in the chair.
Mr. Forney , of Alabama , t.ho had
charge of the bill , explained brifly
thaf it made a total appropriation
§ 322,000 against § 116,000 for the cur
rent fiscal year. The Increase this
year was owing to the increase of the
§ alciriuj of professors at the military
After this brief explanation the bill
was/ read by paragraphs for amend
When the clause relative to the de
partment of law was reached , Mr.
Conger moved to strike out the pro
vision allowing the secretary of war to
assign any army officer as protestor of
law at the academy.
Tne committee rose and reported
the bill , which passed as it came from
The house then went into committee
of the whole on the consular bill ,
which appropriates § 1,190,000 , an in1
crease of $10,000 over last year.
Tins led to a long and spirited de
bate , after which the bill was read for
amendment , but none being offered
the committee rose and reported the
bill to the house. The vote was
Yeas 140 , nays 2 McMillan and O.
Turner. No quorarn.
Adjourned until Monday.
TUB OKLAHOMA AMBASSADOR.
Special Ida patch to The Bee.
WASHINGTON , December 20,1 a. m.
Dr. Robert M. Wilton , ambassador
from the Oklahoma colonists , arrived
here Sunday , and registered at the
Tremont house , the headquarters for
vial ing ludi/tus. v Heiaa prepossess
ing man , over six feet in heighth , aud
wears a long gray beard. His cos
tume consists ot a blue flannel shirt ,
in the bosom of which are diamonds as
large as pea , a white felt hathigh top
boots and buckskin pints. He wears
neither collar nor cuffa , and gives evi
dunce of hard work and exposure
Ho said he had come here to repreaeni
'he true condition of the settlers , and
present the facts to the president.
THE RACE FOR THE GAVEL.
Special disjutch to TUB BKB.
WAS I.VGTO.V , December 20 1 a. m
Since ihis session of congress be
gan , there has been a great deal o
cmcuwng among republican repre
tentative1 * overtha subject of the next
speakership. There are three promt
nent candidates in the field Messrs
Kisson , Frje , and Conger. There
are several other representatives no ;
without hope that the choice may fal
upon their heads. In this Hat are
Kelly , Keifer , Hiscock , Boyle , Bur
rows , Hubbell and MnKinley. Mr
Robeson would probably be a caudt
date for the apeakorahip if ho was not
quite confident of being elected to th
senate from New Jersey to succeed
Mr. Randolph. For some reason th
impression has gained ground that Mr.
Kasson has the inside track in th
race. Mr. Kasson's strength consists
in his past prestige as a pirty leader
and his familiarity withpirliamcntarj
rule-j and practices. It Is only within
a few days that Mr. Frye has decided
t > make a fight for the speakership ,
He was of the opinion that the plac
would naturally go to a western
man and , moreover , enter
tained strong hopes of being elected
to the senate to succeed Senator Ham
lin. Now affairs are completely
changed , and it is bel'eved that Mr
Qamlin will be re-elected to the sen
ate by the Maine legislature , as he al
ready has a lead of ten or fifteen bal
lots over Mr. Frye.
' The Suffarlne OolonJats.
Special Diapatch to The Bee
CHICAGO , Decembsr 20 1 a. m.
A newspaper correspondent who ha
visited the Connemam colony , con
firms the reports of suffering aud
want previously sent by Mr Hutch
ins , the referee sent to the colony by
Bishop Ireland. The correspondent
after relating cares of Buffering from
sickness , lack of medicine , food
cbthing , bedding , etc. , says the actua
condition of these unfortunate and
wronged people his never been fnlli
described in its giunt aud cruel aw
fulness , to say nothing of being ex
aggerated. These people are m need
of immediate assistance. Nothing
but corn meal and frozen potatoes ha
been furnished them by the priest
The outfit of clothing from Morri
was liberal , and the first they had re
caived since they loft Ireland , and
will lasc for some time. Fuel and
food are neededthe former especially ,
A spaci.il dispatch from Bishop Ire
land , at St. Paul , expresses disbe
lief in these reports. He says his
referee , Mr. Hodges , fell into the
hands of the people of Morris , and
his report was influenced accordingly.
Ho asks suspension of judgment until
his representative , Dillon O'Brien ,
makea bis report , which will be in a
Russia Euse for Opening
a -Path to British
tfihlistio Disturbances Create
Alarm Among the Devotees
ot the Czar.
Parnell Has Decided Not
to Attend the Opening
Anarchy and Sedition Reigns
Throughout the Realm of
NIHILISTIC STUDENTS. .
peclal Diapitch to TUK.BKK.
LONDON , December 19 10 p. m.
A Moscow dispatch gives a brief ac
count of another of the disturbances
between the students of the universi
ty and the authorities , which period
cally takes place there. It seemed
that the existence of ait organization
within the iuatitution , supposed to
be nihilistic in its tendencies , wai re
cently discovered , In which a large
body of the students and many of the
professors and teachers were con
cerned. An explanation of its char
acter was demaudad by the govern
ment , and refused by the rectory ,
whereupon a large force of police and
soldiers surrounded the university
buildings and demanded admission.
The students , apparently encouraged
by the rector , forcibly resisted , lock
ing the gates and doors. The police
then assumed the offensive , and a
riot ensued , resulting in the arrest
and imprisonment of four hundred of
the students. The Moscow universi
ty is a state institution , under the
authority of the minister of public in
atruction and has usually about H
teen hundred students and one huu
dred professors and teachers.
An Irish nationalist member of par
llament says that as matters concernIng - .
Ing the state trials are now arranged by
the land league , Mr. Parnell will not
insist upon attending the opening of
parliament , on January 6th , aj he
did intend doing , even at the risk ot
personal collision with the govern
ment authorities. His reneons for
making the change is , that he hopps ,
by succumbing to tha government &u-
toritiea , they may bet induced to post
pone the trial and so enable him arid
the other indicted leaguers to reach
parliament In time far the opening.
PARIS , December 19 , 10 p. m. A
Madrid correspondent telegraphs as
follows : Captaiua of Amercan ves
sels have had to complain of heavy
tines inflicted for the slightest irregu
larity in manifests and ship paper. In
the recant c < ise of an American vessel
that entered a Spanish port in distres * ,
with a cargo not destined for a per-
ninsular or colonial port of Spain , ad
vantage was taken of her position and
a most exh rbitant fine exacted by the
Spanish custom house officers. Some
time ago Ei-gland obtained , by a per
emptory demand , a repeal of this law
as related to English shipping , and n
like move will have to be mide by the
imericau government if it wishes to
give protection to Us commerce in this
part of the globe.
LONDON , December 20 , 1 a. m. A
St. Petersburg correspondent says :
'The important arrests recently made
in Khairdoff have had a very disquiet
ing effect on the authorities , already
sutHcieutly uneasy at the commence
ment of the winter suasou , vrhit-h , for
many reasons , the nihilists prefer for
their more active operations. The
number of false passports , proclama
tions and pamphlets , seized together
with revolvers and other arms , cive a
strong proof of the determination of
the remnants of the party to continue
their desperate struggle. "
THE CRUMBLING EMPIRE.
A Constantinople correspondent
says : ' "From Macedonia the most
heartrending accounts of the condition
o ? the people continue to be received ;
and the Turks there are carrying on a
system of extermination , different
only lu degree from the havoc they
wrought in Batnk four years age. In
Armenia things have not improved ,
but on the contrary they seem
every day to be growing
worse and worse. The central gov
eminent here is perfectly paralyzed ,
and does nothing. Anarchy reigns
comple everywhere , and the poor people
ple are ground down by exorbitant
demands for money. Where this will
end no one can foretell , but aasumliy
it cannot continue for a very lout ;
time. The end of it must come some
day , but if Europe doea not interfere
promptly to improve thing ? , it is too
dreadful to think what the con equen
ces must be. T.te Turkish government
has never been free from corruption ,
but now it pervades all classja of offi
cials from the highest to the lowest.
The city is infested day and night by
thieves and robbers , and the police
are united with them in plundering
the people. There is perfect stagna
tion in business , nnd the courts are
little better than dens of thieves and
extortionists. It. has always been sap-
posed that the question will never bo
settled by the European pjwers , but
that the solution will have to be found
by the nationalists who inhabit this
empire. If war breaks out in the
spriug , some terrible convulsions will
be witnessed in the Bilkan peninsula ,
which will arouse Europe from its in
difference , and force the powers to
take action of some kind. "
RUSSIA'S PATH TO THE ORIENT.
Special Dispatch to tbe Bra.
LONDON , December 19 10 p. m
A St. Petersburg dispatch states that
Russia has ordered four regiments of
cavalry and fare battalions of infantry
to proceed to the assistance of the
Persians against the Kurd * This
action settles all doubt us to Rtisju's
purpose to make an ally of P.-raia it
the matter of the rou e to India
Considerable feeling over it is nuni-
ftsfed in political and government
Sped * D'qpitchcs to TDK Ban
Queen Victoria left Windsor for
Oaborno , Saturday.
The report that the government in
tends to proc'aim ' martial law in Ire
land is denied.
The loan recently resolved upnn by
the government of the province of
New South Wales will be issued by
the bank of England , early in the
Oapt. Carry , who became widely
known in connection with the dc-ath
of the French Prince Imperial , in
South Africa , has determined to join
the transport tu > ruia. , leaving
his regiment , ihe Ninety-eighth , ceas
ing to b'e a C'lmoatant officer.
Rev. Gervase Smith , ex-president
of Wesleyau conference , is d mgoroua-
A large part of the troops sent to
Ireland will ha scattered tnrou ; :
weat where ka situation i ( ' *
critical , while Avoiding annoy * * . t >
the more peaceful y disposed duiricts.
It is said that Russia contemplates
building gun boats of the "Alpha1
type , for service in Chinese waters.
tne celestials having several of these
handy and powerful little vessels on
the roll of their fleets.
The increase of the population of
the city of B-rlin is altogether nn-
par ailed in the history of capi ale. In
1860 its population was 528.900 , while ,
accorning to the censut juat taken , it
now contains 1,118,630 , increase of
more than two fild in twenty years.
f ho Londonderry celebration pass
ed oti quietly. Alarming rumors are
current in Dublin , but so far no coer
cion movements have transpired.
Tua lord lieutenant prohibited a
meeting at Kullskill , Queens county ,
Ireland , Sunday.
A diapatch from Vienna says the
empress of Austria has abandoned her
hunting trip to Ireland.
There was a meeting of GOOO liber
als of northeast Lancashire yea tot day
at Accrington. The Marquis of Hart-
niii'Ou sent a letter rejrotcing his ab
The Agence Russe doubts the prac
ticability of arbitration between
Gre. ce and Turkey.
In Tempi siys France could not
participate in a naval demonstration
All of the Moscow students , excrpt
six , who were arrested Saturday , have
Outrages are increasing to a fearful
extent throughout Ireland.
fVank Buckland , the eminent Eng
lish naturalist , is dead.
The land meeting announced to be
held on Sunday at Billy Tropliy , was
preveiiti-d by the p lice. Laud meet
ings weulield at Lismore , Cunagh ,
Comp , Mulligan and elsewhere Sun
Partlcu ara ot the Buttalo Fire.
dpecul Dispatch to Tne Bee.
BOTF.LO , N. Y. , December 19 10
p. in. At thetlma the lire broke out
in liurge & Soi.'a wall pip.rmanu-
tactory Frid.y night , one huuured
and sixty men and boys were at work
on the upper fi OH. The employes
were working over time on account of
ttie pressure > f business , and intended
to remain until 9 o'clock. The alarm
was given througoiit the building , but
the fire blocked all avenues of escape ,
and before the panic-stricken em
ployes could make their exit , demo
volumes of smoke rolled up the stair
way , and the two elevators were
elevators run from the ground to the
top of the building five stones , and
a column of flames thot up each , and
drove the maddened , shouting boys
to the windows. No outer fire escapes
were attached to thebuildiiig , and the
terrible alternative of death by fire or
being crushed on the icy pavements
fifty leet below , presented itself. The
foreman of the fifth fl tor , and aomeof
the boys . ho worked in the front part
of the shop , leaped from the front
wmdoTs on Perry street , unu two
were killed. Several others wore
were badly injured by the falling
fl ort. The boys in the r ar of the
nfth story dropped to the roof of the
pattern abed ot T.fftlron works , thitty
uet bbl > w , and from there eactped by
r -cans of a lader into the street On
fjurth floor the same scene of
occurred. The stairway and
rs were full of roaring iUuit-s ,
e smoke , and thrre w a the
* ild rush for life and the same
r the only avenues of escape.
'Ihe i.ra at the windows as the ttr-
rili 73 crowded to them appealing
f-jr to the crowd below , and then
des < . y tHngiug themssivts to the
ground HI the flimes advanced
upon ther.i. can never bo forgotten by
those who -nUiesSid them. On the
street there was the wi d < .st excite
ment , 'the police found great difKcul y
in keeping the crowd back , even af
ter the burning factory ha 1 been re-
ducudtoasnts A throng of people
continued coming and going from the
ruins all day Sunday. 'IV o bodies
were taken from the ruins S iturday
night , but were so charrad as to be
unrecognizable. Three persons weru
killed outright from j imping from the
upper windows , and eleven ro dying
iii the hospital. Many will be erip-
pluu for life. The proprietors of tliu
burned factory are doing nil m their
power to alleviate the sulfjrings os tha
Special DLjjntch to The See.
BOSTON , December 20 1 a. m.
Mile. Sarah Bernh rdt ytaterdsy ac
corded an interview to a Globe re
porter , in the course of finch she
made some interesting statements.
Referring to the attacKs on her from
the pulpit , she said :
"They 'are extraordinary , these at
tacks on me , are they not ? What is
the cau > e of them ) Why should I bo
singled out from nil the other actrassea
AS the victim of the clergy ] Is it not
because a member of the latter pro
fession , running short of idra , seizes
upon a topic most prominently be
fore the public as a subject for a sen
sational discourse , by which th > y my
concentrate attention "ii themselves ,
nnd fill their own pockets with money ?
A comparisi n of the morals of tha
clerical fraternity with those of actors
and act reuse s , would be by no means
unfavortbid to the latter A great
m\ny occupants of pulpits ae aim , ly
showmen. What , for instance , is the
essential difference between the call-
Inn of an actress like myself , and ( hat
of Mountebank Tltnage , always on
the scout tor the freshest bit of scan *
dal ? This la the single and important
difference : I suppo t myself \ < y in
terpreting the grandest thoughts of
the grandest men who h ve ever
lived , while he cain * his living by
pouring into the public ear his own
verbose uuiioouae. TliUugU h-a piu-
fession is certair.ly the stmo as mine
in this sense , I can scarcely consider
him a bon comrade. "
FERRY OX ICE.
I hare bridged the zpproicbcs to tha river.
Ice npposit east end Junes at ret t m Mnir a
I fca > ant , easy aud &ife croasinc t the nominal
toll , viz :
II rscnim ; , each . * ic.
One nurse and Wa on lOe.
TnoIEoraesa nd IV.iijon l.lc.
* * return
same day 0c.
O * . Z& . X > OZ&O73QZ& .
December 13th , 1SSO. d 3-lJi
Absolutely Fnre ,
Katie from Grape Cream Tartar. No oth r
preparation makes such luht , flaky bet breuu ,
or luxurious pastry. Can be eaten b ) lira e tivg
without ( ear of the ills rctiltin ; Irrai he vj ic-
( JutiMa food.
Sold onlv In cina bv ill Orocrrj.
ROVAI. "AKr'oPowDKK Co. ev
The onlyflxUtincrerneiJjr for ev
den of Acute or Chronic I > i as at
the Organ * of Heipirntlon ,
SPECIFIC FOR CONSUMPTION !
'I'lIIS nil-powerful > ruetnJil prepnro-
l tioiiHtj > rlt friiii ] HitImiK moI air pnn-
a "H. tiniinicin am' -puhproiliict'd
by piMnionary liiMiiiiiii n , hnnU the
Irritaleil innlirs . - anil rin > vnti-
c\fry orc'i .it I. j-'tze lli breath ot
I-lfe. It t s nt lti | > ffyinij pol in ,
nml In In . < ( < < n liealtliful mcill-
cln . 1 ! iiy ami ccrtulaty with
AN. TE3 A COUGH
IvnxtoiKoli ll- > < -ITi-i < H < > ile ixT thnn
till ) mere HJ in | > li > ins f p.iliiioiuiry < li-
enxe ami < lit < liari the c ii from tha
Kj tiii. . Tree and painv > s eipctorn -
tion U the mode liy hirh it relieve * tli
InnK * , rlu' t and throat from the burd i'
which oppre < thom : thus arresting CJH-
Kiimiitloii and KriinclittU in tlirC nnl > -
fern they reach the more < l.ui erou
( tu es. The einnclated milTerer
BATTLING FOR LIFE
with th mo t terrible coarse of onr cll-
inatn will llnd rrituch' * I'rimluli Couuli
S > iup n potent ally , anil will aiureilly
win the light by adheriiiK strictly to till *
great medicine. The
CASES NOW ON RECORD
In which It has been ZKimlnittcrrd with
entire urre as a , remedy f r erjr va
riety of mal.tdr whii.Ii alfectH the ICe-
( iplratory i"uijtlons , aiuouut to more
nt tliepresent date , anilyiit th pr TJnra
tion in < mly In the liif.incy of It * unefiii *
ni'si. Tlie ereat defect of alt CoiiKh
ICemedie hitherto Introdiired lit that
they are "imply expuliiiry. Hence they
are ii eleg ; for imle tli'-cmne * of the
acrid serzetionn whu-li are coushed up
are ren oednnd th < * ruptured * inllMnieii
or inaturiit > < l Hiirf.li'fH he2 < led and rn-
utored to tlifr naturnl tone , a cure i5
ini ; > i s < illi ) . Frctirt 1'rusiiaii Concli
Syrup nccninpli-iliPH these olijeet * . The
nuiitl-i anil niiiio-pu < uhieh are the con *
eipienre of I tliiTl > ieai < jnro thrown ofT
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