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OMAHA DAILY BEE - ,
TAVTCLFPTT YEAtt OMAHA. NEB. . SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 2 ! ) . 1.SV2
( Successors to Fred Lang. )
Take plcnniro in announcing to the
public and th ir friends that they are
prepared to fill orders in
at lower prices than over , consequent
ly wo have made reduction" in uvery
department of our business , besides
wo have added nome of the latest
brands of Vine Fancy Groceries , and
in largo varieties. Wo nro also mak
ing arrangements to supply our cus-
tomera with the latest brand of
only for medical purposes. Our stock
being now complete in every respect ,
wo invite the public to como and ux-
amino our goods. Wo always keep
OHOIOE ( T
COSTA RICOA ,
Old Government Java ,
a very fine lot ol
Pureet Ground and "Whole
Canned pried Fruits
The very best brands of PURE
Imoorted SWISS AND
Fine Oil and Mustard
Beat brands of
Yeast Powders ,
Cream Tartar , Soda and Saleratus.
Remember wo inakn a specialty o
ihu infallible and celebrated
Tobacco and Oiear Departinont
Is roinplste , and you can find th
best brands in the market .
Our Boot and Bhoa Department
Cannot be better stocked , and don'
you forgot that we keep
Boots & Shoes
of all the Litest Styles and bes
makes that , can be obtained.
Lately we have added to our busi
which will be under the aupervieio
of the senior partner , and will bo ru
for the benefit of thoao that may d
sire to ship produce to ua ; farmer
that are not abla to como to town an
have produce for tale can ship same b
express or freight , wo will always pa
thu highest market price in tush or i
goods , therefore , when you do shi
atato what ia .
needed. Wo alao re
quest all that may tmip Batter an
Eggs to see that they urealwaysfreah
aa we cumot sell any other to ou
customer * .
Corner 13th and Jackson
ARABI , THE BLEST.
He Offers to Surrender and Retire -
tire to a Monastery ,
With Him Nine of Hia
Which Action COUBOB Him to
be Looked Upon na n
And the Moalemo Think Moro
of Him Thau 1-vor
Thn Offer Considered In Enelrwd n
Crafty Means of Doluj- .
fno Wliolo Story Needs Thorough
Sftltlnc to Aid Digestion.
A NEW PLAN.
tfatJonal Associated I'ress.
ARA11I WANTS TO HURRENDER ,
ALEXANDRIA , July 28. ArabLsont
proposal for pcaco to the khfcdivo
this morning. llo agrees to ond'tht
war on condition of being guaranteed
untiui immunity and of being allowed
to rot ire with nine of hia principal
colleugura to any one of the Ar.ibian
or Servian nipoaatorics which they may
choose , Arabi to ro'tain during his ro
tiroinont the rank and pay ot colonel.
A British mission has been dia-
pjiiched to Kafir El Devar , to'oonfor
with Arabi about his pcacoprop6sal. _
Douiir or ins OOOD FArrtT
Arabi's overtures are looked upon
with profound suspicion , although
; hry cause amazement and roliqf. It
ia feared Arabi is nlaying a deep ganio ( ,
the nature or object of which cannel
bo surmised. Thu fact that Jio makes
the principal coi > dition of peace his
voluntary retirement tea Moslem
monastery with the rank and pay ol
colonel , and with nine of his principal
colleagues for companion monks , cre
ates the tuspicion that thb proposal is
only a mako-ahift to tide over until ho
c.ui secure the co-operation of the
Ultimas. Tlio Ulomaa sympathize
with Arabi in his anti-foreign policy ,
but hobiuto to proclaim war because
of the undecided attitude of the Porto
RUMOR THAT THE 1'ORTE DID IT.
CONSTANTINOPLE , July 28. It is
rumored the porto counselled Arab
to make temporary terms arid that the
porte has secretly directed the khedive -
dive to accept them. It Is slippoaed
the porto fears to actually sentl troops
to Egypt ; the Ulemaa niiglit turn
againat him and support Arabian pro
claiming a general holy wftr. whioh
would result in disruption of 'the Sul
tan's authority over the Moslem's pojr-
manent occupation of : Egyptian , lani
and eventually elevate Ar b4 aa a reli
gioiU'leader. * * " < " * *
ARABI OETTINO "SOLID.1
Arabi's offer to go to a monastery
providing England withdraws ia in-
terpetod among Moalems aa the offer
of a patriot who is willing to sacrifice
himaelf rather than fight the Moalem
aoldiera which the Sultan threatens t 0
aond to Egypt , and to have the land
saved from occupation by Christians , '
and Arabi , ia now looked upon as a'
martyr to the Moslem cause , and is :
more popular than ever. The peopli 0
now associate him with Elmahdi.
FIGHTING AT ABOUKIR.
ALEXANDRIA , July 28. 1 p. m.
Heavy tiring ia now going on in the
direction of Aboukir fort. Arabi haa
sent a train load of armed men to
take possession of the junction bo
twoeu Alexandria and the fort. General
oral Allison has dispatched an armoc
engine and tender to meet and block
1:30 : p. m. The train sent by Ara
bi to Ramloh Junction , on the railway
between Kafar El Dovur , armed , is
not a warlike action , but a stop in the
po.ico proposals. The engine aod tender
dor sent to moot it goes under a truce. .
no heavily armed.
The firing at * Aboukir continues
heavy. It ia no doubt a light between
the Invincible , trying to reducn the
fort , and Arabi's garriaon of 2,000
AKNOUNCBMENTH IN COMMONS
LONDON , July 28. In the house o
commons Dilko announced that Arab
had made indirect overtures for pence
announced Jmt Duflurit
was iiiBtiucled to inform the portu
England r.ill ucccpt the co-opemlioi
of thu aulttm in aupprtfisiiii ; theicil
itary party iii Egypt under certain re
THE WAU GOES ON.
LONDON , July 28In the house < >
lords this evening Earl Grnnville , foreign
oign secretary , roforr ng to the published
lishod report of psaeo ovnrturen from
Arabi Pasha , said nothing had beoi
received which would justify the government
ernmont in relaxing the militur
preparations now going on.
MOVING ON AKAIII ,
ALEXANDRIA , July 28. A scron
British force of infantry , cavalry am
marines with a number of field piece
and several Gulling guns are ntartini
to seize and occupy a position on tin
railway within two miles of Arab i
Pasha's lines. A battalion of sapper
and minors accompany thu expedition
A DOUIITKUL UEP011T.
LONDON , July 29 , It is coniduroi
doubtful that Arabi 1'arha made th
peace proposal as previously reported
TRUCK I1EAUEUS ,
ALEXANDRIA , July 29 Six dele
gates anivod in this city from KafrE
Dwar under a flag of truce , the p
toncu being that they were on mis
eion to the khedive , who rcfunod t
acknowledge their delegate powers is
They were detained to await the ac
tion of the council of ministers.
ON WITH THE WAR.
Arabi Pasha continues active .prop
arations to defend the road to Cairo
French and other residents of Per a
aid sent A momorinl to Froycinct ,
Drench prime minister , accusing Do-
jossops ot intriguing with Arabi
'asho to the detriment of European
July 28. It is
u more d the sultan insdo overtures to
ho English government , inviting
England to acquire possession of
igypt on the same terms aa Cypress.
COXirtAlNIXd FOllEin.NKIU ) ,
ALEXANDRIA , July 29. At n meet-
nif of European rosidonta hero lust
veiling resolutions worn passed de-
iiHiuUng greater restrictions as _ re
gards the movements of the natives
uid complaining strongly of the lemon-
BEOOIXO KOH Ff.NDS.
July 28. The
L'urkiah minister of finar.co has askud
jiillata bankers for a loan to defray
ho coat of the exp < Jtlition of 15,000
neil , under n guarantee of next ycar'n
ihoop tax ,
FUNERAL OF MIN1STKR MARSH.
ROMK , July 28 The funeral of
United States Minister Marsh took
place here to-day , the remains being
Jopofitcd in the Protestant cemetery.
The Italian and foreign ministers nnd
nil ombassftdoro and mombora of the
municipal council were proeont. A
squadron of lancers noted na n body
ON THE THAMES ,
LONDON , July. 28 The amatuor
rowing association crows , the Thames
and London clubi , will not bo allowed
to row against Hillsdale in the Barnes
and West Lko regatta Saturday.
BRIGHTON BlIAC'H RACES ,
BRIGHTON BEACH , July 28. First
race , purse § 200 , cue mile , Jcseo
James , first ; Bluah lloso , second ;
time , 1:441 : ,
Second race , purao 8200 throo-
quarters of a mile. Ilickory Jim , first ; '
Uownier , second ; time , l:14i- "
Third race , purao 8200 , ' milo nnd
one-eighth , Joe Murray , first ; Et'-
: io 11. , second ; 4imo , 1:57. :
Fourth race , purao $200 , ono milo ,
Traveler , firat ; Rob Roy , second ;
time , 1:40. :
Fifth race , steeple chase , ehort
course , John I. . that ; Kingston , second
end ; time , 2:47 : j. Bulloof the North ,
Moscow , and Eva A. fell during the
race. Philoin , who rode Uollo ot' the
North , was badly bruised nnd ren
dered speechless. The other ridora
NEW YORK , July 28. Motropoli-
tana 9 , Philadelphia 5.
BALTIMORE , July 28. BaUiinorcs
va. Allegheny e ; game postponed on
account of r.iin.
The Striking Freight Men
National Awoclatcd l'ttf
NEW YORK , July 28. The striking
freight handlers still maintain a bold
Front. Many new men are broken
down by Iho excessive heat. The
blockade.is complete at several piers
nnd depots. Owing to the clumsiness
-the-Italiuns four heaVily loaded
cars were dumped into the _ North river
from the Pennsylvania railroad dock.
National Associated Press.
DEDHAN , Mass. , July 28 , During
a aevero storm this afternoon lightning -
ning struck five times in the town of
Dedham. The club house waa struck ,
took fire and was totally deatroyod
with fifty boats. Loss $4,000.
BOSTON , July 28. A severe thun
der storm prevailed in the eastern
part of the state thia afternoon. No
serious damage reported ,
BOSTON HIGHLANDS , July 28.
Thoa , O'Leftry , aged 1C , and Timothy
Brace , 22 years , while islanding un
der a tree were killed by lightning.
Wm. Gilliman , aged 12 , was a"erioualy
National Associated 1'rcas.
ALBANY , July 28 Iloavy rain ac
companied by hail p'ovailftd this fore
noon. T/io / receiving b iNinn on Colony
ny and North L inning tro ts proved
inadequate , and ninny cjllura flooded ,
causing considerable leas
National Association 1'reu ,
ItocHEKTER , July 28. Rov. Dr , E.
B. Walsworth , of Albion , N. Y. , was
to-day elected chancellor of Ingham
university at Loroy.
The first rails on the R Chester and
Ontario belt line r.mroid were laid to
The Now Epidemic.
Njilmi.il Atuodatod I'rcm.
WILLOW BHANOH , Mi- . , July 28.
Two men named Rourke and Campbell
engaged in a fight last night. After
nummellint , ' with fata , both drew
knives , and the former was fatally
National Associated 1'ress ,
WABH OTON , July 28. C.V. .
Chiebee , reading clerk of the houao of cai tit
reptesontrlives , fell while entering the
Capitol with an attack of paralysis. pri
Ho was convoyed to the hospital. di no
Stonmor Suulr. , ,
National Areoclated 1'risfi.
NKWIIUROH , N. Y. , July 28. The
Carrie Ward Btcamor mink in the oh
Hudson at West Point. No loss of
National Ascotlated i'rca ; . apl
Conn. , July 28. Mary a
Mills , uged 20 , while picknicking fell kn
into the West Hiirtford reservoir , and yo
was drowned. nn
Dentil of u Votorun ,
National Ah-cthtoJ I'rtui.
JJLOOMINOTON , July 28. Both P 111
malee , aged 8J ( , a resident of this
county for the p.iat forly-xoven years , yo
dead , lie was veteran
a of the te
war of 1812.
Vollow Fever in Mexico. im
Matamorau Special to the Globe-Democrat. and
Yellow foyer has appeared in quite ce
bad form at Campoche , ceNi
Announcement ; of Archbishop
Foehan's ' Elevation to fcho
The Faithful Highly PloiiBod
Over the Prolate'e Do-
Bloarnphionl SUotcli of tlio BUtln-
Chicago Tribune' , July' " .
A dispitch trom London received
yesterday stated without any quali
fication whatever and ivs if bused on
authority that Archbishop Patiick A.
Foohmi , of Chicago , would bo appoint
ed a Cardinal nt the next consistory.
Thia practical recognition by the head
of the church of tho- claims of this
city to recognition in the highest
Catholic body created much stir among
members of that faith , and on all
sides exprebsions of gratulation were
A prominent Catholic Inymnn wtrii
qiu-ationod by a Tribune reporter JB
to whether anything was known in
Chicago of the proposed clovntiou of
the archbishop of the snored college.
Ho said that no facts were known
other than that uomo wooka ago it had
boon rumored that a co-ndjutor or
auxiliary bishop was to bo BOOH ap
pointed to naaiat Archbishop Feohnn
n the performance of hie constantly-
"What will bo the result hero of
the change if it shall occur ? "
"Tho promotion of Archbishop
Feohaii to a cnrdinalato will give the
ivoliest aatiafaction to both ttio clergy
and laity of the church thcughout the
diocese. It is ( if the report bo cor
rect ) a concpssion to the feeling of
American Catholics , that the marvel-
_ oua growth of the church m thia
country should bo recognizad by the
Holy See. It is not many years since
; ho firat and only American cardinal
waa nninud , nnd Now York then waa
given the honor in the poraon of Car
dinal McOloskoy. This dioceao is the
next largest in I ho United States to.
that of Now York nnd is the
CENTER OF WESTERN CATHOLICISM.
Some have thoughtthat Arclibiahop
Gibbons of Baltimore , would bo
chosen , but the east is already ropre-
Bonted. If the west was to have U
cardinal Chicago could nnt bo ignored.
Tlio only competitors would bo St.
Louis or Cincinnati , but nll'iira in
these diocoaes have not worked so
amouthly as they might , wliilo in
Chicago ninco the coming of Archevu
bishop Foehan the business of the
church has moved 011 without friction.
The archbishop has shown himself
capable and earnest , and haa worked
enthusiastically for the advancement
of the faith. Ho ia respected and
beloved by all , and the honor that ia
to. bo paid him by ttho sovereign
pontiff will bo appreciated by- all they
Catholics in the diocese. "
"Will Biahop Feohan's advance
ment make any change in the inanngo
ment of cccloaiaatic.il affairs in Chicago
cage ? "
"Not a great deal. The honor is a
personal ono. The archbiahop will
perform hia functions aa before , but
will doubtless bo assisted by an auxil
iary bishop. I think in all probability
Father Gonway , the present vicar-gen
era , will bo advanced to the Episco
pacy , nnd probably Father John
Waldron , who ia universally recog
nized us a firtt-class business man ,
will bo mndo vicar-general , and itv
trusted with the control of the torn
poral uflairs of the diocese. There
haa : been ewmo talk about other
changes , notably the formation of anew
now Episcopal dioceao in Western a
Iowa , , with Council Blull'a as the See
city. Ttio nanio of the Hov. P. W.
Renrdon has been mentioned in this
connection , and if ho should bo ad
vanced to the Episcopacy other
changes would follow. Hut these are
matters of speculation , mid I doubt il
you will bo able to obtain in Chicngr
anything in the shape of authority ou
the < subject. "
A Tribune reporter lost evening
called upon the Rov. Fnthor Conway ,
the vicar-general ot the dioceae , to af.-
certain what ho had torsay in regard
to the appointment of Archbishop
Foohan to the cardinalato. Said the
rovurend gontlomaii , after the reporter
or hud made known hia errand :
"I know mnlim about it uny morn
than what I have boon in the O
"Do you bisliovo t'aat ' his Ontcc
knows anything about it ? "
"I don't ' think ho does , but ho may
have eorno private information in re
gard to the subject whioh I know
nothing about. "
"Will this appointment make any
change in the administration of thia
diocese ? "
"The change irom archbishop to
cardinal will only bo an elevation o'
title an elevation from a lord to i
prince of Iho church , and will involve
change in thu management of tin
diocese. It will simply be the cardinn
archbishop of Chicago ; the same ai
the cardinal archbishop of Now York , '
"It will elevate this diocoao in the
church , will it not ? "
"It will give this diocoao great im
importance in an ecclesiastical way
and give recognition to a great un im
portant city , if you and I could livi
hundred yeara longer wo would sei aa
most wonderful city hero. I don' ia
know na I can Bay anything more it of
you , except , if the appointment ha
not yet been made , it teen will bo. "
AHOJIUCMIIOI' I'ATRIC'K A. PKKJUK ,
the son of Patrick Fcohan , waa bori
, thr county ot Tipporury , Ireland
1820 , and cowuquimtly ia now 5.
yoira of uuo. He studied for tlu
priesthood at Maynooth college , four
teen milua from Dublin , and ono o
moat , noted in Ireland , and gr.id
uatod at the institution in 1852. H
immediately turned his eyes westward to
, landing on American soil , proceeded
ceodod to St. Louis , Mo , , where 01
November 1 , 1852 , ho was ordained t
lie priesthood , and WAS nt once as-
icmod to duty M the Superior of the
Ecclesiastical Seminary for boys lo >
sated at Ciuondolot , now South St.
' juuis. Ho discharged the duties of
ism oflico with signal ability , and , after
number of years , was transferred to
t. Miclinol's ' church in North St.
louifl. Hero his great zeal for his
liurch VTM exhibited in n remarkable
cgrcu , and in 1858 ho was removed
i n ditleront psrt of the city , being
ppomlcd to the curacy of the church
f the Immaculate Conception. The
dolity ! with whioh ho labored here
nay bo easily understood when it JR
tatttd that ia 1805 a vacancy occurred
| ' \ the Bishopric of Nashville , and
iiiilup Feohaii was appointed to the
UK WAS COXSKORATIII ) IlISHOl'
i Nashville , having cliargo of nil Ho-
i\nn Catholic churches in the state of
and entered nt once upon
ho diochargo of his duties , being at
hat time only HU ypars of ago. When
10 went to Nashville the chut dies
veto by no means prosperous , nnd n
nvy debt was hanging over them
Jiflhop Feoluin at once determined
tpon its payment ; itndg although
oars were required for 'this purpose ,
ho church wiia at last cleared of debt.
) uring all thia time ho lived in the
wrsonngo adjoining the church , which
ras by no muana furnished elegantly ;
ml whim the church debt had boon
extinguished Bishop Feohan removed
. j an elegant residence it West Nash-
illc , known as the "Bishop'a Pul-
mo , " The dioceao of Nashville grow
argoly under his guidance , nnd is
tow an important soo. In 1878 , when
ho yellow fever waa ravaging Mem-
) his , Dishop Fcelian arrani ed to have
ho orphans in the Catholic asylum at
; hat place removed to Nashville. TJio
irplianc wera taken to that city and
vcro provided acconimodationa in a
argo tramo building erected for that
mruo o on the grounds of St. Mary's
' -plian luyhim. Only two Kiokenud ,
and thoio wore isolated , and they af-
On iVuRiiat 30 , 1880 , Pops Lee XIIF.
ro-itcd Bwhop Feehan thu first Arch-
> iehop of Chicago , thia city being then
aiaod to the dignity of a Mot o joli'nu '
Sio , with Alton nnd Peoria us its sut-
raguns. The now archbishop arrived
n Chicago in November following ,
emd on Sunday , the 28ih of tl nt
month , wr.a form.illy received aa the
load of the ace , the uorvicea being
lorformod ut the Chuich of the Holy
tfamu in the presence of an immonao
congregation. The arohbis'iop has
iiicu that time devoted hiiueoU' the
dvtinuemout of the interests of the
church and the dtoceso , and has won
opiniona from all with whom
10 hua come in contact. Ilia peraonal
ippsaranco is coinmanding , lua liight
icing about six feet , and ho looks
every inch a prince of the church ,
THE HACRUD COLLtfll ! .
Tha Sacred colle o U > now composed
of sixty-Gvo cardinals , though the oo-
cleaiaatical number in the full college
s seventy. The oldest member of
the Sacred college ia Cardidal Donnot ,
archbishop of Bordeaux. , llo is 87.
The young'i ia Cardinal Zigllari ,
oniy 40 > a learned douiinlcan , sup
posed to bo the groatoat Thomist liv-
ng. The nationalities of the Sacred
college are aa follows : Italians , 34 ;
FroEch , 9 ; Germans , 5 ; Spanish , 4 ;
Engliah , Uj Hungarian , 3 ; Portu
gut-so , 2 ; Irish , 1 ; Ppliah , 1 ; Belgian ,
1 ; Turkish , 1 ; American , 1.
The thlloat. cardinal is Howard , the
shortest Jacobin ! , secretary of atato.
The fattest is Bartolini the thinnest
McCIf.-akoy. All ngroo that the
most learned is Biho , possibly the
uturo pope. The groateat orator is
Alimondu , t o greatest atudont Pitra ,
the uroatoat linguist Iloynald. Ton
cirdinnln have boon aelected out ol
' communities from
'oligioua , fifty-five
the oeculnr clorgy. The aggregate
ago of the mombura of the Sacred college -
lego is 3,3)0 ! ) which gives an average ol
little over fifty-two yeara. ;
OK TUB HIXTV-l'IVK ( JARWNAI.S ,
six are of the order of bishops , 40 of
tlio order of priests , and 13 of the order -
dor of deacons. Only one cardinal is
now living who was created as far
back na Gregory XVL. , Ourdina
Sohwartzonborg , archbishop ol
Prague. Ho is fourteen yeara youngoi
than Donnot , but haa boon a cardinal
ten years longer. There are forty-
three cardinals of Pie Nona's creation ,
and twenty-one created by the presoni
pope. Since Lee XIII. waa crowned
twenty cardinala have died , averaging
five yearly. It seems only ycHtordny
since Archbishop hlcOlonkoy was
made a cardinal j yut ho HtandM al
ready in the first ( juurter cf the col
pe in regard to ago of orciuiou. :
Of the nine patriurchi i ) .oes of the
tholia church , that i/f Coi.atunti
noplo in vacant , while Iho othcni ar
filled. The Litin lite hna nil over
the world 14t > archiepisoopal aeoa nnu
Oriental rite has twenty-Bevon. Then
are 5IJ8 bishops of the Lulir rite
forty-aoven of the Oriental. Figur.i
corrected to April 1 of the prosou
your show that throughout the work or
the O.itholio church haa a heirarchy
compoaed of 1,180 prelates
having jurisdiction , In this nuin
bor are not included tin
vicnr'gonoral of the diocoao
nor the lionorary Monsignori. Dur at
ing hia Pontificate Lee XIIL ha
erected five archlopiacupul aoea , fif
teen episcopal teen , aoven apostoli
vicaratot , and three apostolic profoo
turoa , The ordinary denomination o
Homo DCCB in partibua infidelium ha
boon dropped this year , For example
Archbishop Corrlgan , coadjutor o K
Now York , wlio laat year waa knowi
arohbiihop ( , f putru , in pai tibua
mentioned thia year as archbisho
the titular BCO of Petra , in partibti
being dropped : altogether. Thu pop
haa taken thin : stop boouuso many
these unciont ncos are no longer in
habited by infidel * , but by ( Jliriju.iiiii
. , _
Ilio , Hio , Ilurrali ,
Nixttontl Anioctatod 1'fffll ,
LINCOLN , Neb , July 28-Tho atut
temperance convention udjourne
this morning. The question ut sub
milling a constitutional amendmon
the people will be laid boforu th
state conventions , and a thorough can in
vata of the atato in its interest wa it
HOPE LONG DEFERRED
Makes Everybody Sick , Parfcicu-
larly the Adjournraont
Tbo LonR WiBhod-For Brent
Still Invisible to the
Iho f onato Settloa Down to
Diocoun ivo Peaot on
the Niwftl Bill ,
While Fovoral Other Itnport-
nat , MofiHuroa Avrnit
\n Out Uuo of the Proiiiileiit'ii Ultl-
nintntu on the Hnrbor
atlon.il Associated I'rt PH.
WABHINUTON , D. 0. , July 28. The
djournnient ot the linusu until Man-
ny w generally looked upon ns an ev-
donco that final adjournment will not
jo reached next wook. The naval
ill will undoubtedly occupy the aon-
to two days , nnd th most sanguine
low fix the date ns far oil * na August
"POI'HAM I'EOH OUT ,
The report that Col. John Poplmm ,
uporintondent.of the houao folding
ooniB , was wanted in * Richmond for
orgury , lacks confirmation , although
'opham cannot bo found ,
The department justice has been in-
oniH'd that United Stntoa Marshal
liuacll , of Texaa , will bo tried at the
ext term of couit ou five indiol-
uonts for presenting fraudulent uo-
THE IMIESIDENT'S MKHMAOK
the house concerning the river nnd
inrbor bill , will bo submitted to the
abinot to-morrow morning and , if
.pprovcd , to the house on Mondny.
.t is conceded the mcaaago will reconi-
noml the striking out of certain objoc-
ionablo featuroi.1 , leaving the prcsi-
lent to expend in specified instances
a ho dooms best. It is understood
10 will sign no other kind of bill.
National Atnoclaloil I'rcss
SENATE 1'ROPKEDINOS _
WASHINGTON , July 28. Senate
passed house resolution requesting the
ireaident to call an international con-
bronco to fix a common prime morid-
an ; also house bill re-organizing leer * , -
or carrier's service.
The naval appropriation bill was
then considered. Under the ruling of
ho chair , all material amendments to
tho-bill propoaod by the committee
were thrown out nnd the bill road
through , diapoaing of the minor
Under previous understanding the
rill is now open to individual amendments
monts , which will probably bo numor
oua and looking to striking out the
entire clauses in the houao bill. The
ultimate fate of the bill is quito un
The houao resolution extending ap
propriations for I'xponscs of the gov-
irnmcnt to August M paused. Ad-
ournod at 0:35 : p m.
The TiirlP Commission.
National Afsoclttod ProtB.
LONO BRANCH , N. J , , July 28.
Thomas Barbour addroaaod the tariff
commirsion on behalf of thojutohomp
rude , urging a uniform duty of fifty
ior cent ,
LONQ BRANCH , N. Y , July 28.
The afternoon aiasion of the tarifl
comniiaaion was occupied in reading
otters requesting a hearing regarding
ihuduty on prunoB.plums , tin platings ,
paints , copper , foreign nowapapera
ind poriodicala. Further statomonta
in regard to the need of flax and
liomp and jute intorcats were made It
was urged in behalf of the monu-
fiioliirora of ohomicala that there
should bo a rebate on salt equal to the
amount ooiiaumod in the manu
facture of Bdda. A reduction of the
duty on lead was ntked. The carriauo
manufacturers demand n duty of15
per ccnt n foreign cu'riugos. Seer1-
Frcn-li contiiiui'd h' :
tiry - n general c '
su sion cif i Im tariff.
NEW YORK , July 28. Jiu'go
flnight thin morning rendered the ro
quoat for a mandamus to compel rail
loads to carry freight promptly , ro
gurdlusa of the demand of the striken )
cost of handling thu freight.
Vnllow JnoU ia Mexico. "
AuriiiN. Texas , July 28.-The state !
health dfticar has received informa
tion of the provulonco of yellow feyei
Matamoras , Mexico , lie notified
the board of health of Now Orleans.
Quarantine will bo established at
Hrowiiaville against the infected city.
The Rio Grande will bo guarded by of
ntato rungora if necessary.
llnnal Aiwoclutca I'rosa.
NEW YORK , July 27. Arrived
flardon O.ntlo , from Yokohama , Republic
public from Ltviirj.ool , St Qormat
from Ha0 , S ate of Pennsylvania
July 28 bailod-
Coltio for Now York.
IlAMiiuito , July -Arrived Cam
biia from New York.
Louisvn-LK , July 28. The com
missioner'a crop reports forKontuck
indicate the ivhoat crop will bo ver
much larger than ever before know
the atato. Rains have not injure
, The area sown is 20 par com St.
larger than over before , It is esti
intcd nt 10,000,000 binhola will b
ireshed against 11,000,000 hereto
ore. Corn and tobacco is in a tntia
Sou thorn PncifloEl otion.
atlonul AMocUtcd Hrnt ,
SAN FRANCISCO , July 28. the fol-
> wing is the result of the election of
lie Southern Pncilio railroad corn-
any : Directors , Ohas. Crocker ,
31ms. F. Crocker , Chas. Mnyno , W ,
f. Huntington , N. I. Smith , J. L.
Vilcult , Moses Hopkins ; oflicore ,
'has ' , Crocker , president ; Cliaa. F ,
Crocker , vico-prrMdont ; N. I , Smith ,
reasuror ; J. L. Wllcutt , secretary.
StoronrtV . '
at'orM Prcsts A'.doclilhn
NMV YORK , July 28. It ia now
nted the business of A. T , Stewart
tc . will bo continued under the old
nine by Henry Hilton and others. "
moral Auoclktcd t'rum
The uplnnors nt , : lade m'll , Fall Itlver ,
Inks , have ntnick fur i.n ndvnnca ot
Tlic strike r.t Kohley Itnti , 1'n. , colliery
im ended , T u operators Hgrccd to the
miuulu for it rnhtt nf Iwonty-tivo ( .cuts ,
I'lio Iiidlnnniiolin &St. Lou ! * rnllronil
n told nt auction tor 9lttKlOuO ! , anbjoct
it mortgage , utc. , Ui tlio IJco line , in the
'nndurbilt Interest ,
Juclgo Aloxundir l'yicri of Utah , ia
end. llo wiu ) nn old nnd prominent Merion
ion lilclinp , fur ninny yeniH aldorinnn nnd
ullco JMstlco of S.H 'L iko ( . ity.
Ono Imndied nim twenty-two failures
lironghoiit tlin Unltud States reported to
JrAdntrooti" , ilui injj the past week , nine Im
Inn the iirc-cediiu week , forty moio thnn
coricDponitlii ) , ' week lust year ,
'iTIic tfrilblo heat contlniica in N < w
Vork. Many persona were f.itully mm-
truck , others overcome by hti.it ; ono him-
rod and eighty-four dcntlii 'u tlio lust
wenty-four hniira , Ti-crmoni'ter 3:110 : p.
i. ytBtordny 09 ° j 12 p. in , . BO ° .
OllioJnl cnnvnaof notes cast in low. ) ! r
lie prohibition nnioudmont to the comti-
ution given 153,1)71 ) votea for the cinenil-
lent , nud 123,170 ngalmt. Wnpello
onnty han not been heard from. Thu inr-
irlly for tlio nuicmlmout is oHtlmfttednt
Gnrdou Party In " Happy Hollow "
Hobo Yntea' Bocoptlon.
A delightful nll'iir waa the cnrdcn
iarty given at "llnppy Hollow , " the
esidonco of Mr and Mrs. J. N. n.
'rttriok , Thursday. A largo num-
< er if frionda from thia city and a
lumber of visitora from abroad wcio
ircsont and participated in the en-
oympiita of the evening , which in-
luded an elecant supper , rtancing
tlC a concert by the Ninth infantry
> and. The programme of the con-
ort was as follows :
1 _ Overture "Jolly Kobbers" . Suppo
2 Selections from ' 'I'lrntcs of Penzance"
3 VYnltz "Les Sirens" . Wnldteufd
4 Medley "FnsciDntlon" . . WJegand
5 Mazurlcn "PetHobln" . Ferrazil
0-8eleotiJn froui "Tho Maacotte"
8 IVrX'tiraae "loreley" . Neavadb *
9 Garotte "L'lngonuo1' . Ardl e
.0 0'mJo ' JI illay The Band's Kxcuwlon
A 1IKL1O1ITFUL 31ECKITION.
Briuf mention wus made yesterday
jf i ho party given on Wednesday
evening by Hiau lluba Yatoe , in honor
of Iior gucsta , the Mistos Lou 0.
Uruot , Mary and Nullio Chapman and
tliaa Smith , of Council BlulFa. Can-
vaa waa laid ou the lawn and the
; ronnda worn brilliantly illuminated ,
.loffmiin'n full band furnished excel-
cut muaio , and a jolly time was on-
uyiid by everybody The following
uiliea nnd genta were in attendance :
The Minson Alda Morton , Camera ,
> f Pittsburg. Pa. ; Lu 0. Street , May
ind Nellie Chapman , and Smith , of
Council Bluffs ; May Millurd , Nellie
Jolimor , Emma Paddock , Misa Parley -
ley , of Now York City ; Mamie Wood
and Mrs. Oaldwnll and others.
Messrs , Bobt. Pattu. ! : , Diok Berlin ,
Or. Ili n > y , Col. Patrick , Arthur and
Bird Wakoloy , Uort Witson , A. W.
Butler , 0. H. Hondricka , Ohot Mor
gan , OliOM Hurae , Dr. flillis , Mr. Davis -
vis , Nut Crarv , Col. Sharp , Warren
Yates , and others.
PERSONA ! . .
K , 0. L. Kdlmlin in in the city.
.1. M. Lie , U S. A. , la nt the MHlard.
W. if. I ) . Spoilt , of Lincoln , \i \ lu the
W. S'llwitlv , of S'dney , N at the Metro-
( 1. 11. IkD.vii. cf St. It uln , ! at the
( eoro W. UlHhop , of H clii9 , Is at the
Jfon. Isaac 1'owere , , Tr , , of Dakota City.
In I town ,
W. K , IAvia , of Cjuncil BlulTj , ia at
Alex. Swan , U > 9 Cheyenne cattle man.
at the Millard.
II , 0. Hockafellow , cf Salt Lake , ia a
gueetut the Witlmoll.
P. J. McMalion , of Council I31ulTn , is a
Witlmo 1 houio gueat ,
1'erclval Low ill , general passen er agent
the O. B. & Q ia in the city.
J. G. Wiley and Fritz Metzger , nf
Council Blulf < ) , are at the Crulgntoii ,
T. U , Crowltt , of Blair , nnd Johu A.
MaoMur ihy , of Plattsmouth , are nt the
W , 1) , Ilauibllu , ln ictorfnr i tlio West
ern Horse auil Ci.ttle liuurauco company ,
but the Millard.
C , L Dunham , Biiporlatondsut of the
Oiimha dlvlnlon of tlio Musourl Pacific
railway , U ( 'nest at the Millard.
Win. L. 1'fifcr , of North I'htte ; W. B.
Carter , of Hlulr ; Chun CJnguart , of Xe-
breaku City , nnd W. H. Somew , of Beat
rice , are t the Crelghton.
James H , Iteeder , of Columbia ; F. U ,
SlininonB , of Seward ; W , J. HarrUoa , of
. 1'iiulandJ. W. Wlgtora and wife , of
Hastings , are reglaterv'd at the With cell.
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