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I SIXTEENTH YEAE. OMAHA. MONDAY MORNING , AUGUST 9 , 1880. NUMBEll 44.
PARTING WITH PATRIOTS ,
Redmond , Dean and O'Brien Bail for the
AWHOLECITYSAYS DON VOYAGE
Knil o ( the Mtirrnti nt IIclilcllerR
American HtmlcnuSceliiBttir oi-
.I3leilinnl I'opo I < co'
limn . |
Ilcnlf li Otliep Korclun News.
They'll CroRq Uio Boas Over.
Qur.i NSTOWN , li eland , Auirust 8. [ New
York Herald Cable-Special to the UKB. ]
At least 3,000 people , with live bands and a
prentlnlcrmlnKlliiBof Amcilcan and srccii
Jlnus , assembled on the quay to- < lay to bid
boil voynno to John i : . Hedmond , member
of lurllamcnt for North Woxford ; John
] ) cair , member of parliament for West Mayo ,
mid William O'Urlen.cdltor of the United lie-
land , who have been commissioned as dole-
Kates to Ilio Cliloau'o convention , and who
vote to sail on tiio Hervln. Mr. O'Brien was
especially hailed with cheers , as the ' ex
terminator of all castle rates. " 1'otir
imlitlc bodies iiieseutcd addtesscs , in reply
ing to which MrO'llrlen said : "Wo aio
Ing. at the Instance of our dlstiniMilsheil
leader , to a laud whose people niuoe.xprcssed
lor us stionir sympathy , and have Klveu sub
stantial aid In our slingijle to secure legislat
ive Independence for our country. We RO to
coufci with the ( jreater Ireland across the
ocean as to the cour o to bo pursued by the
Irish people In the face of
the change In their nolillcal sit
uation. Dmlne our short absence icpresslvo
ineasincs may bo ioiccd on you , but jour nn-
coiKiuerable spirits will bo more than a match
Jor them in the piesent crisis. Every Iiish-
nmii who leaves his country will do Ids ut
most to pjeseive ouluraud peace , to put ( town
crime and to ghe no ptetext by which a
policy of cocicion can bo excused. He patient
and 111 m , and the tied ot justice will aid us
In our striu'L'le , and make our country a pros-
IIOKMIS and happy land , governed by irish
men tor Irishmen. "
Mr. llcdmond next said : "No measure of
Belf-Kovcriiment loss than that of
fered by Mr. Gladstone will sat
isfy the Jiish people. " [ Vociferous
Gladstone's name was received with cheer-
hiK. The mayor of Cork , the high sherilT.
Messrs. Dillon , O'Connor , llairliiton ( , Lane ,
Hooper , Tanner , Fox , O'Shea aiutUcalyae-
comiianlcd to the trans-atlantlc lines tlie
delegates , to whom the saloon passengers
cave a warm greeting. The cheering con
tinued until the steamer weighed anchor and
soon slit tinned tins headland and was lost to
view. A mom ; the Sen la's passeiweis were
the Irish polo team , whose names have al-
leady been cabled and whoso foiuteeu boises
went by the Kiln. _ _ _
T11I3 OEMSHKATION ENDKI ) .
1 he IIcl lollci'K Festivities Close With
Uruiul Jisi > lnyR ol' Fireworks.
liiiiiimno : : : ( via Ilavie ) , Augusts. [ New
link llctald Cable-Special to the lini ; . |
The tiemendous uuiss of stiaiiROis who have
Hooded Holdelbenc Is gradually melting
away , though many icmained for tlio Illum
ination of tlio castle at 9 o'clock last evening.
Tills was domi by moans of JJcngnl lire In
dilloieiitcolois , with scieens in liontof the
peat Ihcs to tinow back the lellecUon on the
castle. 1 visited the castle tills atternoon.
Tlie lleidelbeijjois were reaping a rich hai-
vest by cliarrfing separate rates of admission
foi eacli of the icmarkable points of interest
111 tlio castle the muaoum.tlie tower , aud the
iamous tun. The latter was sin rounded by a
quantity of Hebiuw cleiks and shop boys of
Frankfoitand Cailsiuhe , who bad fuddled
themselves on cheap and \ery good wine
diawn fiom tlio gic.it cask by
a very pretty glil. Some of
TIIKSI : wr.ui : VKIIY Tirav
and all were very noisy , singing student
songs out of time like the make-believe stu
dents as they weie. The ical article has been
on its good behavior dining the week , though
enough liquor has been consumed to lloat a
A feature of the celebration has been the
\\aililcu tone of some of the many mottoes In
old Gothic chaiaetors with which the houses
are plentltully decorated. One , especially
devoted to the crown piince , inns as tollows ,
paitln Got man , pait in L-itiu : "U user Fill/
1'rofes.sor Vlctoilauim. " The burgers seem
loyal to the chaigo eatiusted thorn and jiib
tlfy the proud boast over tlio gate : "Fest mid
lieu wliddersoln , dor stol/o burgorveieln ,
lialtlch tur kaiser uiul rcicli fiohlich am
Neekar die wacht. " Otlior mottous aie mine ,
pcisonal and less patriotic. Tills is one over
thu shop of a tobacconist with an eye to busi
ness : "Oerterbak 1st ein cdles kraut , mid
adelt wer slch drau erbaut. " Ano'her ' one
Is wiitten by a sarcastic student on his land-
loul , the proprietor of a hotel and rcstamant :
"L.uultileil dorLumbliadt aufdem Schwal-
beiiesshat einst die sclilirj.iibiitu Depress ! ;
landfiled iiiachts bcsser , bei niulner seel , der
piesstden tabak und das oet. " The land-
phadtwasa robber knight who from his cas
tle peruh of Schwalbonncbt pillaged the lUh-
cimcn , Theie are nearly
KOIITV AMCIIIOAN STUDENTS
lieie , of w hum about twenty-live aie tegular
membeis of the university and llgme in the
lists. Fully two-thirds of these aio gradu
ates of Ainei lca collojos , llarvaid Is top-
lesonted by three ; Yale aud I'lincoton eacli
luuo one. The medical delegation , which Is
> ery stion , ; , Includes lrs. Marx , llrldges
and Van Glessen , fiom Calumbla Medical
school , who are here to attmid tlio lectures ol
C/crny In surgery and of Arnold In pathol
ogy. Many American students have deserted
Vicuna to come hure. The Amoilcaa stu
dents of lleUlellun ; arranged to celebrate the
"Jublheiim" together and have summed one
ot the long tables whoie 1'iofossor Gardner ,
of Smith college , presides and M. W. Ficdcr-
Ics is vice piesidcnt.
TIM : u.i.t'Mi.VATiox OF TIII : c.vsru :
drew S0.0JO people to the banks of the
Neckar. Shouts of "lacks' * showed at ten
minutes past U tliatthuduku with theducliess
nnd the l'i luces I jouls and Charles had ar
rived at tint I.auiltrled hotel whence they
\mo to witness tlio display. A signal to
illuminate was given by the tiling ot two
gnus. At thuscooiid leport the old Heidel
berg castle sprung into light , Illuminated by
1,000 ted llengal lights , while the Hag on the
lilxhc.st tower somiiBd a tongue ot llamo and
n spray of rockets buist from the other tow ers
( ireen tires weio burned in the forest at the
bate of the hill , making a
CO.MIM.KTK IMCTUltE Or PI.AMi : .
The rl\er was covered with boats and
Binallstcaiueis. From one lar o steamer
quantltlesot Indian skyrockets were sent up
dining the Illuminations , which lasted for
liftcon minutes , and the old bridge below the
cast 10 was turned Into a cascade of lire , with
thoduke'sarmslntheconter. Amid abun > to
nppliinso the duke , with his family , ttiot
drove to the station and loturncit to Carls
ruho. There Is to bo a ball tiHiu/ht , but the
real Interest Is over. No private houses worn
Thousands left Heidelberg for their homes
to-day , The Schlo&sfost was repeated to
night In tlio presence of the grand duke am
crand duchess , and quadrilles were dancui
In character by those who fiztired In the fest-
7tig of Friday. The castle was brilliantly Il
No Truth lu the Reports of Ills Dan-
llovin VIA llAvm : , August 8. [ New York
Herald Cable Special to the Bi'.nJ The re
port that the pope was tlaitgeiously 111 caused
some excitement here this morning. I there
fore called at the Palawo Salvlatl , the resi
dence of Iho pope's phslcmn. Dr. Ceccarclll ,
whoso duty It would bo to inform the cardi
nals of any alarming symytoms In the holy
lather's health. Dr. Ceccarclil was in tlio
country ami was not expected to ictmnfur
some days. 1 also went to the Vatican vvhoro
1 saw Count Novolll. of the Gtiarda
Noble , who Is on duty to-day.
Hoasstnedus that Leo xlll , though fatigued
by tlio ovcipovverlng heat , wns otherwise
fairly well. The holy father suffers from an
allllctlon which Is the result of Ins long con
finement In thu Vatican , but his malady ,
though grave , causes no moio alu.'in to his
entotinun to-day than It did a month ago.
The pope spent yesterday as usual. He
walked In the vallgan gaiden , ate a light din
ner and retired to rest at about l > . This
morning ho said mass In his private chapel.
The Italian government , which has organ-
l/ed a special police scivlcc for the put pose ,
gets dally mports of the pontiff's health , to
enable It to make ptcparatlons at any mo
ment for the eventuality of a conclave. On
Inquiry , I am assured , there Is nothing In
these icpoits which have been ctiucut toi the
st week that justllics the fear that Leo xlil
is lu danger. _
"OUR POLICY HTlLIj IjlVI2S. "
A Manifesto From the National Lib
LONDOX , August 8. The National Liberal
federation , an outgrowth of Chamber
lain's caucus , has Issued a manifesto say-
"Although the icstilt of the elections has
not loali/cd our hopes , the situation Is en
couraging to the supporters of half measures ,
being the smallest group In parliament.
Gladstone seemed thu support ot a vast ma-
joiltyof the liberals and libeial organisa
tions. As far as federation Is concerned , the
result ot the appeal to the country com
pletely justiliestlie cour.se taken by
his council. Greatly as we ic iet our losses ,
the manner in which tlie liberals lespondcd
to Gladstone's appeal moves that federation
leuresents the opinion ot the liberal party.
That part } being committed to ellecting a
union between Kngland and Ireland will
novel-abandon that object until the goal has
been reached. No progtess is possible in
libeial wotk until that has been settled ,
nor will the conseivatlvcs bo able to indulge
In congenial inactivity. It is tlie imperative
duty ot the liheiats to obtain at tlie eailiost
possible moment an explicit statement ot the
toiy policy in icgaid to Ireland. The Giad-
> tone policy still lives , and its ultimate til-
.niipli is assured. "
In response to urgent telegrams
tecelved from Belfast siweilnir IOJ In-
infantiy soldiers , some of them bcin on
furlough weie summoned by bugle In streets
md weie dispatched in haste to Belfast by
> peclal trait. A body ot ' 00dragoons and in
fantry will leave tor Belfast at four o'clock
to-monow. Police ol Belfast will bo sup-
101 ted by military ,
The UetniHt Klots.
ni.rAST , August 8. Last night the con-
lllcts weie icsumcd and the fighting was tlio
most desperate that has taken place during
the lucent troubles. The mob was intuiiated
anil fought with savage energy. J-'Ifty per-
_ ( ins were injured , some of them it Is thought
fatally. Terrible stniggles occuned on the
Shank Hill load. The police ipmrtcied in
McKenna's tiuein on the old lodge load
were attacked by the mob with stones and revolvers
volvors , and were compelled to lire from the
windows of tlio beleagured house. During
this attack eighteen pur.sons were injmcd ,
and were subsequently taken to hospital * . A
voutli , named Jackson , Is said to bo dying
horn Ids Injmies. Four pollco weio badly
The excitement hero Is unabated. This
morning rioting biokoouton the Old Lodge
load and the police were obliged to lire in
eider to disperse the ciowd. There aie
rumors cm tent of many fatalities , but It Is
dilllcult to obtain accurate accounts. A panic
is selling peaceable inhabitants.
The liotliiK shows no signs of abatement
at midnight. Thu total number of persons
dead so tar is believed to bo six. The num
ber wounded Is not known but probablv will
roach two hundred. Inspector General Heed
\ \ Itli a small escort was suriounilcd by a mob
in Lodge stieet and was obliged to inn for
Fleets for the Flulicrlcs.
LONDON , August 8. The govern incut has
decided to reinforce the lleet on American
stations and to allow of more vessels being
cmplocd In the protection of Canadian lish-
erle.s. The Cm voltes 1'lylades and the Tour-
maliuo will leave foi that station shoitly.
Tlio ncn CorrcutH the Journal.
I'Aitts , August 8. The Journal Dos De
bates says the pope is seriously 111 and that
his life isdc&pahcdof.
Arrival of Michael Duvlttnml Jnmcs
Niw : Yomc. August 8. Michael Davitt
arrived yebteulay by tlio Germanic after a
voyage devoid of incident. A reporter of
the Tribune met him on board thu steamship
down the bay. Tlio Irish asjltator was
accompanied by James I ! . O'llouiko , busi
ness piutiicr of Patrick Kgan , presi
dent of the lilsh National Lcai'iio.
of America. Mr. Davitt will lemaln
several mouths , will attend tliu Chicago con
vention und aftei ward will dellvei n series of
lectures tlnoiighout the country and devote
some of thu money thus icali7cd tolncieaslng
the balance of the lush Woild famine fund
for the jmrposu of buying boats and lislilnc
tackle lor destitute lishermen on tliu west
coast of lieland.
BINS OF Sit 13KMAK.
Moro Crinilnnl Actions Charged
Aualnst ttie Kx-I'rlost.
Nuw YOISK , Augubt 8. [ Special Telegram
to the Uii.J : : The gay ox-pi lest , "Father"
Sheimaii , scorns to bo uotting deeper Into the
mhe. Two womnn alieiuly clnlrrrhiiii as their
husband , and now thu name of the cx-prlcst
Is being coupled with that of Winifred
Haiully , an attractive young woman , who
attended the Church of the Visitation. It Is
alleged that at his suggestion she submitted
to medical treatment. She was an Inmate of
tlio hospital tor some time , and In Jnimaiy
she maifo bur home with a widow mimed
Mis. William Davis In thiscitv. While heio
bhennan visited her , she being known as
Mis. William J. Sherman , wlioot a Brooklyn
salesman. An old man , who said lie was the
father of the disgraced clergyman visited a
gun stoio In Uiooklyn yesterday and pur
chased a icvoUor for the purpose , as ho said ,
of killing his sou on sight. Detectives were
detailed to watch thu old gentleman and
pinvcnt him from dolmc any harm. Warrants
aiomit for theuriestof thoicmcud gentle
man but so far the police have been unablu to
Und him. In addition to the other self-
wrought troubles of Sherman , pictty Tillio
McCoy , w horn ho married hut a month ago
ha ? , according to undoubted testimony ,
deserted him. To a friend
Mrs. Sherman said n few davs
ago that she was nhcady "Tired of Will"
and that if her father and mother would be
come reconciled to her bho would return to
them. At the house of ilbhop Lauehlln to
day nothing could be obtained save a tacit
admission of the guilt of the ex-prlost ami
the statement that ho luul been entirely cut
off fiom the church.
Hank Worlc or the Week.
BOSTON , August 8. Tlie managers of the
leading clearing houses In the United States
report the total bank exchanges for the week ,
compared with the corresponding week lasi
lean , to bo ? 2.KW,571 ; increase , iO.U.
cuniNG snows COURAGE ,
Rather Independent Back Talk to the Judge
When Sentenced ,
HE WILL APPEAL TO UNCLE SAM.
Great Incitement on the Kordcr Clt-
IZOIIB bcoi'ctly Arming In Kxpeotn-
lion of nn Outbreak Overpow
ering Numbers of Mexicans ,
The Sentence of the Co\irt.
Ei , I'ASO , Tex. , August 8. As sentence
was pronounced upon Cutting at I'aso del
Notte , Mex. . last evening , the prisoner
turned slightly pale , but was otherwise ihor-
oughlv composed. When the reading of the
sentence was finished ho asked In a loud
\oicoot the court , at the same time pointing
to Medina : "About the SGOO-is Ihat cieature
to get any of UV" At this point Colonel
IJrlKhton Inteiposed to stoo him.
"If the prisoner uses insulting language , "
said tlic judge , " 1 can add something to the
term of his seutencp. "
Judge IJrlgham assured thn court that ho
nor Cutting meant any dlsiespect to It.
"Let us understand , " said Judge IJrlgham ,
"just what this Is for. It is for the publica
tion , on the other side , of an article which Is
held to have vitiated the icconcilintion made
on this side. And this act on the other side , "
continued Mr. Urlgham , " was construed on
this side as contempt ot com t. "
To this the coint u'illed | in the negative.
The court then turned to the pilsoner ami
asked : "Do vou still stand mulct the protec
tion of your government'.1'1
"I do " .
, lepliod Cutting.
"Do you wish to take an appeal to the
snpieme court ? " asked the Judue.
" 1 have no appeal to make except to the
uovernmentol the United States. "
\oiihlioulddesiie to take an appeal , "
said Judge Xubla , "you have live diis in
which to give notice. Do you wish to sign
the pioceedlngs of this court' . " '
"i sign nothing. "
' Do yon wish to express satisfaction or dis
satisfaction with the sentence' " '
"No sir , I have never recognized your
court or jmlsdlctton , and 1 do not lecoguize
Its light to Imprison me foi an hour. "
ICuttitig was then taken back to jail.and will
bo .sent to Chihuahua In a day or two. No
sooner was the fact of Cutting's sentence
known than both towns on the Mexican and
American side weie wild with excitement
over tlio matter. Two secret meetings were
held ami companies of minute men organised.
Merchants tear harm if the sold
iers are not promutly on hand.
They realize that congiess only can
declaic war , but the supeiior number of the
Mexican soldiers in I'.iso del Noite would
play havoc with the single company now at
Foit IJlIss , one mile fiom Kl I'.iso. Arms
and ammunition aie not scaicc. howe\cr ,
and tlio citizens aio secietly or/anl/m ?
so as to act on the defensive. Their voice is
unanimous tor the vindication of American
honor and tno piotcctlon of our citizens.
Mexicans , too , aie angrj at the tone ot our
press , and the people are fcaitul of violence
on account ot tno numeious mass meetings
which aie being held.
Baynril JIas No News.
WASHINGTON. August 8. Secretary Bay
ard said to-night that he had not received the
resignation of Mr. Jackson , minister to Mexico
ice , and that there was nothing now in the
Cutting case since tlie dispatch received ves-
tciday trom the United States consul iiotily-
Ing him ot the piisonei's sentence.
Mexican IMnrnuiters Movlit ; ; .
Er , PA.SO , Tex. , August 8. A dispatch
fiom Hlo Grande City , Texas , says a heavy
loice of Mexican revolutionists ciossed tlio
liver into Texas on Thursday night. A ttoop
of thoKlghtli U. S. cavalry wasordoied ves-
torday from Itlimgold barracks to pursue and
CASES : AND THIU COLONEL.
flarnh Treatment of a Young 5Iai > oil
CHICAGO , August 8. [ Special to the Br.n. ]
James Casey , a young west .side gentleman ,
brought suit for 5.000 In tlio circuit court
yesterday , through his attorney , against
Colonel W. P. Itend , the coal king , for an un
usual cause of action. Colonel llend lives at
No. Ii3 ! South Ashland avenue. Ills daugh
ter , Minnie , who is pretty and piquant , was
acquainted w ith Casey , upon whom she smiled
when they met in such a manner as to lead
the young man to belelve that she telt for
him more than a passing tancy. Emboldcrcd
by tills reflection , or which Colonel
Kcml's millions may or may not
have had some clTcct , Casey made one or two
calls upon Miss Minnie ami continued them ,
it is said , until Colonel Kciul gave him to
undcistatul that ho must desist. Ho com
plied with tlio injunction but violated the
spliit of the restraint by clandestinely meetIng -
Ing Miss Minnie on Iho street. The colonel
became suspicious and last SUtirday evening
followed his daughter to tliu tiystfng place ,
where ho found the couple , and in vulgar
to "wipe the "
parlance proceeded sidewalk"
with Mr. Casey's frame. The latter has in
stituted suit tor laceiated feelings aud the
bodily Injuries received.
A German l''nrmcr'H ' Earnings Stolen
niul Ilia Wile Nearly Killed.
ST. Louis , August 8. A sensational rob
bery was committed at the village of 1'ltts-
burg , on the Illinois & St. Louis railroad.
The victim of tlio robbery Is Lawrence
Fuiber , a German farmer. Fuibcr was
starting out vcrv early with Ills team , when
ho was beset by four men with drawn
revolvers. Ho was bound , oanicd back to
Ids house and laid on his bed. They bound
his wlto and laid her beside him , and choked
her neatly to death In efforts to make her
tell wheio thu farmer's savings weio kept.
She refused , and alter seatching for some
time the robbers found several hundred dol-
laiti In a stocking seeieted under the cup-
Donid. Tills they appropriated , and dopaitcd.
leavlmr tholr victims bound and helpless ,
Thu robbers are still at laige.
Suiulny Base Hull ,
AT ST. Loins
St. Louis . 0 7
Athletics . 0 0 0 B 0 0 0 0 1 ! J
Pitchers Hudson and Hart. Umpire
Louisville . 0 1 ! l 0 2 0 1 3 1 1 11
Metiopolitan. . ! 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 : i 00
I'itcm'rs llecker and Lynch. Knors
Louisville U , Metropolitan 0. Unmlio
Brooklyn . 2 * 5
Cincinnati . 1 00100000 3
I'llchers McKeon and Terry. Knots
Uiooklyn 7 , Cincinnati 8. Umpire Wal&Ii.
O'NKIMNKII. . , August a [ Special Tele
gram to the UKE.J The telegram to the UKK
in regard to Snow , of Atkinson , whipping
the Tribune editor Is wholly false and was
the woilc of some malicious enemy. Snow
attacked mo hut was unable to stiiko a blow
and wns repulsed , which can bo proved by a
hundred people. I am still on deck , all re
ports to the contrary notwithstanding ,
Socialists' Sunday Out.
CHICAGO. August 8. Five thousand social
ists attended a picnic at Shefllcld , Intl. , to
day , making the trip from Chicago in a train
chartered by the Socialistic Publishing com
pany. The net receipts from the fares col
lected are to be devoted to the defense of the
Anarchists now on trial. Dr. Krnest Schmidt ,
one of the speakers , said tlie men on trial
were self-constituted martyrs , who should bo
uphold and encouraged. Oscar Nclbo , the
only one of the defendants out on ball , made
a similar speech , The crowd was my en
uuxMXa Tiln itArius.
Another Bnrrcl-Uoat Successfully
Kkitni Nlngnrit'8 Whirlpool.
HfiTAi.o , N. Y. . AnRtist 8. The tuibttlent
waters of the Niagara whirlpool rapids were
again ntvlgatcd in a casket to-dav , the peril
ous leat bsing successfully accomplished by
two mon. The darlncoyagers were Wil
liam Potts and ( Icorco Halltt , two coopers ,
who are employed In the same shop with
( iraham , who made the Initial trip three
weeks ago. The barrel-bout was ten feet
lonz , conical In form , built of the best locust
staves and was - supplied with a
keel rudder , screw wheel and turret
with glass-covered peepholes. About thtco
hundred pounds of sand ballast Itcpt it right
side up most of the tlmo. The two men lav
back to back while passing the more turbu
lent waters cllnglntr to handles made fast to
the sides of the cask. Kach man likewise
kept on his own side of tlio cask by means of
a canvas sllne matte fast to staples.
The start > vas made from the Maid of the
Mist lauding on the Canada side at ) : - ' > p.
m. A rowho.it towed tlie cask to a point
just above the cantilever biidgo wlicio It
was mined adrllt In middle stieam. The
craft was submerged about halt the tlmo
while passim ; through the rapids , but while
circumscribing the outer cliclo of tlio whirl
pool Its occupants tlnust their heads thiough
the opening and Potts calmly smoked a cigar.
A sticcosslul lauding was made at Queens-
town , on the Canada sldo , llvo mlles from the
starting place. 'Ihooyngo occupied lifty-
h\o minutes. Tlio feat was witnessed by no
less than 10,000 spectatois.
E P1STLE FKOM EG AN.
lie Gives Some Constitutional Instruc
tion to New "Vorkcrs.
Ltxcot.x , Neb. , August 8. The following
letter was to-day telegraphed from Patrick
Kgan to the municipal council of the lilsh
National league of New York :
To Patrick Gleason , Ksii. . corresponding
secretary municipal council Irish National
league , New York.
Dr.AitSiu : Have just iccelved your letter
of the Mh communicating to mo the resolu
tion passed at tlio meeting of the municipal
council of the lilsh National leai'tto of New
York City , uiglmr that the national council
of the league shall extend Invitations to all
organizations In America w ho have sent finan
cial aid to tlie National league in Iiclaud.
and in reply 1 beg to icfer you to article lit
of tlie constitution of the league , which pro
vides that national conventions of thu league
shall bo composed of delegates elected by tlio
various branches and societies atllllated with
the league , and the forthcoming convention
has been called as a national convention of
tlio Irish National league of America , and
thcicfoio the national council , while now , as
over , piofoundly anxious lor the unification
ot all the honest elements of liish national
ism , could not comply with your recommend
ation without committing a violation of the
Youis truly , PATHICK EOAN.
. - 4
THINGS OVER IN IOWA.
Ex-Governor SJicrnum TnlkH Upon
ConurcsKloiin'l ami state 1'olitics.
Chicago Tribune : Ex-Governor B. 11.
Sherman , of Iowa , who , with his wife ,
has been on a vacation trip through the
northwest , stopped yesterday at tlie Sherman -
man house. Speaking of the congres
sional election in Iowa Mr. Sherman
said : "Ex-Governor John II. Gear will
be ronominated by the republicans in the
lirst district. The democrats of the second
end district have nominated Judge W. I.
Hayes in place o J. H. Murphj.lho pres
ent congressman , Hmt'tho ' nomination of
Hayes was du&\ almost entirely to
the saloon elcinentV Tlio Knights of
Labor nominated O'Meary ' , of Daven
port , and all of tliuiu have refused to
support Hayes. The republicans of the
Third district renominalcd Colonel D. B.
Henderson , of Dtibuquo , who will go in
without any opposition , and W. E. Fuller
will bo returned from the Fourth. Jn the
Fifth there will bo quite n contest , in
volving the candidacy of James Wilson ,
of Tnma coimtv , better known as "Tama
Jim , " Sears of Marshal ! county , J. W.
Bull of Linn county and Colonel W. T.
Shaw of Jones county. The convention
in this district has been called. The
democrats have nominated B. T. Fred
erick. In the Sixth district , represented
at present by J. B. Weaver , tlio republi
cans have nominated John A. Uonnoll ,
of Keokuk county , who has held the of-
lice of district attorney for the last eight
years. The republicans of the Seventh
will nominate Ji. H. Conner , and Colonel
W. P. Hepburn will be nominated in the
Eighth. Opposed to Hepburn there has
boon a union of greenbacKcrs , demo
crats , soreheads , ami what not support
ing A. II. Andeiaon , formerly railroad
commissioner. Four years ago Anderson
was beaten as republican candidate in
this district , which is strongly republi
can , by W. H.M.Fusoy , of Council IMtill's.
Tlio Ninth will nominate Major Joseph
Lyman , against whom there will bo no
opposition , and the republicans will win.
Tlie Tenth will rcnomtnato and re-elect
1. S. Strublc , the present republican
representative. Major A J. Holmes is
now serving iiis second term from the
Eleventh district , in which there will bo
a contest among Holmes , J. P. Dollivor ,
of Fort Dodge , and others. Thus wo
will bo given a clear gain of two repub
lican congressmen by the sure defeat of
Hall of the lirst and Weaver of the sixth.
"The secretary of state , treasurer and
clerk of tlie supreme court will bo re-
nominated Without opposition. For state
auditor there are several candidates ,
among them Captain J. R. Lyons , of
( iiithrio county ; F. M , Kyle , of Clarke
county ; A. I ) . Peck , ot Sao county ;
Charles Beardsloy , of DCS Mtnnes county ,
and S. C. Osbbrjio , of Miles county.
There will bo opposition to the present
attorney general , as he is not considered
a siiOiciontly strong lawyer for the posi
tion , and tim nomination of somebody
else will be to the betterment of the
"How is prohibition working in
Iowa ? "
"I think the prohibition law in as well
enforced as any otjiet1 of oua penal stat
utes. The exceptions have been in thn
river counties , but excluding them 1
don't believe there ttro any open saloons
In Iowa. The murder ot the Kov. G. C.
Hitchcock at Slonx , City indicates the
extremes to which tlto saloon element
has boon driven. T ifcro seemed to have
been no organized movement for the
enforcement of the prohibitory law in
that city until it yras inaugurated by
Mr. Haddock and those acting with
him , Trey werii merely doing
their duty as citizens aiding in the en
forcement of the laws of thu state , which
is every citizen's dtitv ; and ho was utrnclc
down murder in cold blood by an ele
ment organized to resist the law , and
which is dsmlnocrcd over and dictated to
by foreigners. It Is iBimilar almost a
parallel ease to the murders at the Imy-
market of citizens in Chicago , who In
their ellbrts to cntorco the law of the
state , compel the observance of order ,
mid protect good citizens , lost
tnoir lives In that endeavor. No
doubt the prohibitionists comprise the ma
jority of the voting clement of the state ,
nut us a separate political organization 1
do not think the prohibition party lias
any strength at all. However , the pro
hibitory sentiment of tlie state is in the
majority , and there is no question in my
mind but that one of thu immediate re
sults of the Sioux Citv assassination will
bo to strengthen Unit sentiment and com
pel men who heretofore have been luke
warm to now take strong and resolute
ground in favor of the enforcement of
CONCERNING SOME CROPS ,
Ecporta on tlio 8'lntttion From Several
Western States ,
THE BESTSHOWING IN NEBRASKA
How Wheat Has Turned Out Binnll
In Quantity but Good lu
Quality I'asturcH All
Golden Grniu Grotimlfi.
CIIICAOO , August 8. The following crop
summary will appear in this week's Issue of
the Farmers' Ilevlow : Uulns have Improved
the prospects for corn In portions of Minnesota
seta , Iowa , Illinois. Ohio and Kansas , while
In Indiana the tenor of the reports Indicates
a full average yield. Very large sect Ions In
nil the remaining corn-gtowing states have
as jet had no relief from the thought , ami ic-
poits are now coming which would Indicate
the falluio of the crop In wide aicas ,
Kcports from Putnam county , In Illinois ,
state that much corn Is In the car anil some
In tissel. The entire crop tlucatens to boa
failure. In Schuyler county , Illinois , cntlie
fields are reported destrocd. In
1) ) m call , Kdwaidj , Iioijiiols , Union ,
Platt , Dckalb and Pulasul counties
In Illinois thousands of acres are ropoitcd
ruined , and the outlook , even with lain , does
not Indicate morn than half a crop. In
Montgomery and Edgar counties timely
rains have Increased the pi ospccts of a good
In Jasper , Faycttc , Clay , Museatlne , liar-
din and Tama counties , Iowa , the outlook Is
regarded as veiy poor , with the piospect of a
yield not to exceed one-third to one-half the
average. In Sac , Woodbury and Webster
counties in Iowa there is still n promise of a
full averairo crop.
In Ohio tlio general outlook for corn has
been impioved by rains with an outlook of
85 per cent of nn average yield.
In Atchisou , Labcttc and Allen counties In
Kansas t liero are prospects of one-half an a % cr-
agc yield of corn. In Cluitauqua aud Giu
liani counties the yield is placed at three-
fourths of an avoiagc. In Cowley county
the corn prospects aie cxcollant lor n full
In Minnesota corn has attained a growth
of from six to eight feet , and the piesent
outlook is lor neaily a lull average ciop. In
Olmstcad and Blue Earth counties tlio out
look is very pood.
Tlnoiighout Mlssouii the prospects are not
good foi moie than one-halt to tlirce-fomths
of an a\eiao yield. In Woitli , Puiaskl and
Lalayctto counties the crop appears to bo al
In Michigan the outlook for coin Is poor ,
with a prospect of a thiee-louilhs aveiagc
crop.Keports from Wisconsin do not give a
piomise to exceed one-halt an average yield.
In Ncbiaska tlie piospect continues good
for nearly a lull aveiage yield. The quality
of winter wheat Is generally icpoited as
above the average. The buiry is plump and
hard , giving luomlso that grain willgiado
This Is the tenor of the reports from Kan
sas. Missouri , Illinois and Indiana. Tlio
yield of spring wheat in Iowa laiiges fiom
twelve to twenty-two bushels to the ncie ,
only one county ( Muscatiue ) reporting tlio
latter figures , lu Minnesota the yield Is re
ported at from ton to fifteen bushel's. In
Nebraska the vield langes from six to fifteen
bushels. Couiplaints ate genctal from Iowa ,
Missouri , Indiana , Wisconsin and Illinois
ot pastmo drying up and falling.
NO CHOI'S , NO OARS.
The Failure or flliuiitolm'H Harvest
Will lliiin the Kallroacls.
Wixxirr.o , Manitoba , August 8. [ Special
Telegram to the Bin : . ] Theio is tioublc
ahead for the Canadian Pacific railway. It
now turns out that tlio ciop bulletins issued
bytholocil dcpaitmcnt of. agricultinc ate
totally Incorrect , and that thegialn crop has
been largely a failure in Manitoba and tlie
northwest. The consequence of the general
sliotta-e will bo that Manitoba will have vciy
little , if any , grain to oxpoit this jear. This
will add to the diflicnllics ot the Canadian
Pacific , tlic management of which has been
looking to the trallic iiom this piovlnco to
help them pay ruiinlngexpeiiscs. At piesent ,
as is well know n , the iceeipts ol the load do
not meet thu outlay , and the failure ot tlie
Manitoba crop will nave a very depressing
clfect on the fall business dl the road. Last
year Manitoba , notwithstanding tlio iclicll-
lon , expoitcd about six million bushels of
wheat , which was a considerable item lor tlie
railway. This year theio will not bo 2,000-
000 bushels for cxpoit. and that will bo very
light and comparatively worthless.
More About Crops.
\Sltcchtl \ * to tlic Jicc. ]
BI.AINE TOWNSHIP , Neb. , Augusts. Tlio
wheat yield per acre will bo eight bushels of
good , fair quality. The recent rains have
been of great benefit to coin and late pota
toes. Small grain Is all harvested In good
shape with a talrcrop. The coin crop will
bo about two-thiuls of an avciago. Fnrinets
are feeling better than a month ago. Hecent
rains have cncouiageil them.
WKST Bi.uu PiiKCiNCT , Neb. , August 8.
Wheat will average ten bushels to the acie of
good lair beriy. Oats and bailey is a lair
crop. The bailey is bright and good. Coin
will make a falrciop. It will average about
75 per cent of last jear'sciop. Hecent nilns
have helped it out and also helped Into pota
toes. Hay and grass are ; ood. Farmers are
feeling much better than they weio one
IlAsri.ms. Xeb. , Augusts. llepoits from
farmcisot this and adjoining pieclncts are
to the eifect that the crop outlook Is much
moio llattci Ing than was supposoii 0110 month
ago. Small main was not a full yield , but
thu bcirv is good and tlio crop lias been well
and safely harvested. Coin Is caring out
finely and will make a good ciop. Meetlm ;
hundreds of fanners , we find them free from
discouragement. Thu leceut rise In prices
more than overcomes thophoitagoot ciop.
AYII , Neb. , August 8 , This precinct has
not matcilally sullmcd ttom lack of rain. AH
onilyplauted corn Is oailng out linuly. Small
giain not quite up to tim average , but a fair
crop much better than was expected. The
coin ciop will average lullv three-fourths as
largo as last year. Potatoes am looking well.
Fanners ate not despondent. We aie having
plenty of rain.
ANTKI.Ol'i : roUNTV.
NKMOII , Neb. , August K Wheat Is a lltllo
light , but will go about twelve bushels per
acre on the average. Oats are not quite so
good as last year , but aie a fair ciop. The
recent rains have hi ought coin out all riaht ,
and the crop will bo5 ! per cent , hcavici than
last year and of better qu.riity , If we do not
hive an eaily Irost. Other eiopi look well ,
Faimeis aiu feeling good ovur the piospect.
AIXSWOIITII , Neb. , August 8. The yield
of wheat , so far as has been ascoi tallied , Is
about eighteen bushels per acre. In some
cases the beiry is a very little sluunkeii , but
in most cases is plump and sound , The recent -
cent laiushavubioiight the com crop out in
In good shape. Coin is dc\doping and is
\ery forward , and unless an call ) frost comet ,
the yield will be abo\e thu aveiage. Hjo
averages about seventeen bushels. Oats are
being bomowhat hurt by hot weather. It
violas Irom twenty-live to forty bushels ,
Fanners aio well pleased with tlto outlook ,
as alltrops are better than any season hero-
Kansas City Street Oar Troubles ,
KANSAS CITV , August 8. A temporary re
straining order was Issued late } csterday
aftoinotiii by Judge Slovor , enjoining the au
thorities from Interfeilug with stieot car
travel , and it was accotdlnely resumed. The
order IB made returnable on thu Hilh Instant.
The present demand of the city It appears , Is
not for the old tax but fora license fiom July
1 , when the new company assumed control ,
Nebraska and Jowu Weather.
For Nebraska and Iowa , local rains and
thnndcibtoims , neaily stationary temper
STOCK MAUKHT MIllHOll
llcllccts n Pn\ornblo Condition of
Nr.w YotiK , August 8. [ Special Telegram
to the Br.K. ] Returns of the railroad earn
ings continue of the most favorable descrip
tion , and almost all the roads report In
creased receipts. Thotiimk Hues take the
lead , Pennsylvania and Krlc- showing the
Inwt gains. The net gain on the combined
system of railroads for this > ear shows an In
crease of but llttlo less than 103 per cent. Ot
course these glowing reports of earnings
lm\o given a stione undertone to the stock
market , though there lm\o been vaiylng bub
bles on the surface. London appeals to bo
the leading llguie lu tlio market , which has
been matin Inteicsting through the week
from Its Irrccitlaiily and caprice. English
buyeis are said to liavo shown a
weakness for certain specialties , notlco-
nbly Louisville A : Nashville. They are
also repotted to bo sellers of trunk line
stocks , but this seems very doubtful , ( iraiiger
stock1) ) , which lagced a llttlo last week , luuo
been steady wllhln unusual ! } nanow limits ,
and aio now without change. Tim sltonii
leatmes of the market have DCOII the same as
last week. Southern securities like Iho
Louisville t Nashville , Not folk AWcstoin
preferred and East Tennessee , have been In
uood demand and mdtu generally higher.
Texas & Pucitic and Nmfolk & Western ha\e
been quite conspicuous , the latter lm\ luc ad-
\aticeil on the laige gains shown In its cam-
Ings , and the former on the heavy yield of
cotton in Tovas and the belief that the cf-
foitsof thu Klotiiaiulo bondholders will be
successful and a new icorganlzatlon scheme
devised. The most animated movement of
the last two days was In Pacific
Mail. A movement started and stimulated
by bankeis Intcicstcd In thi Panama canal.
Local tiaders made one or two raids on
stocks during the week without any success
except In the case of tlio Western Union ,
which was depressed. A stiong undertone
cheeked them In every other pssaiilU Tlie
closing each day has been alwavH Htm nt re
covery at the lowest prices ami with leading
stiong stocks tip to the highest prices. In
tact business generally and the stock market ,
which icflccts its condition , ate In as lavor-
able a condition as one could well expect dur
ing the summer months.
Itnnk ntiHliics < 3.
Nuw Yomc , August 8. The weekly state
ment of the associated banks sho.vs the fol
lowing changes' :
Hcserve , decrease . S 1,231,47
Loans , Inciease . ! Jsil(0 ,
Specie , Inci ease . 812 , ! > 0ti
Legal tfiideis , decrease . 5U-sr ( > 0 ( )
Deposits , ilecrcaso . S1H3.000
Circulation , lneiea . 10J,700
Tlie banks now hold SS,0-7a30 ! in excess of
the " 5 per cent rule.
Omnlm Holds Its Own.
BOSTOX , August 8. [ Special Telegram to
the r > nn.j Dispatches from the leading
clearing houses of the United Slates show
that Omaha maintains her usual tliiitecnth
place on the list , with a cleaianco of $4.110-
810 ; percentage of increase , 0.5.
Humors That the Latter Will Succeed
WASHINGTON- , August 8. [ Special Tele
gram to tlio Bin : . ] Theio is a story in cir
culation heiu that General Black is to be np
pointed minister to Austtia and to bo suc
ceeded by Uoveinor Gllckof Kansas. Ccilaln
gentlemen itcelaio that conespondeiice be
tween Secretary La mar and Governor Gllck
on this subject , lias been seen hcic. In spite
of nil formal mid 'ofllclalfdeclaratfons to tlio
contrary the lolatlons between the secictary
and commissioner of pensions are not entire
ly satisfactoiy. The secictary has not been
so well satisfied witli tlmcouiso ol the com-
nilssionei as he expected tu bo lie would be
glad to put some one else in charge of the
pension oflicc , but if anything like tills par
ticular charge should bo madn it would aston
ish the nearest friends of the bccietary and
commissioner beyond ineasuie. It may be
stated with gieat positlvcness that General
Black has no Idea of anything tor the next
veai or two except remaining exactly where
hois. If anybody has been planning a lor-
elgn mission for him it is without his knowl
edge. Goveinoi Glick did not seivo in tlio
arinv , and Sectotaiy Lamar and the entlio
administration aie keenly alive to tlio policy
ol having some well known and conspicuous
soldlerat the head of tliu pension olllce under
all circumstances , bat especially so long as an
ex-confederate is at the head of the depait-
S1I/VEH IjOSSKS AN ! ) GOLD GAINS.
Mint Statistics on thu Coin Produc
tion of This Country.
WASHINGTON , August 8. Dr. James P.
Kimballdiioctoi of the mint , In hlsrepoit on
the production of gold and silver in the
United State * during the calendar year , IS-jS ,
says : The production of gold is estimated
at S31,800,000an Increase of § 1.000,000 over tlie
estimate ot for the } ear 1SS4. Tlio production
of silver for 1885 , calculated at tlio coining
iato In silver dollais , Is estimated SIU.OOO.OOO
against S 8SOO,003 in 1831 , an Increase of
Si > , bOO,000.
The total Issue of bullion and coin Imported
Into the United States dining the calendar
} ear was SII.-118,1.2' ) , of which SS.aj'J.lKJ'J con
sisted ot bullion and S'i'l.wa.v O of com. Ol
the total impoits&Si,0-l5Jll : consisted ot gold
and 817,7rJ,718 of silver. The total exports
ol gold and silver from the United States
during the same year was 8-ll , < il.i7.74 < J , ot
which § 11,417,207 was gold and SfiitSni'j ! ! )
silver. Wlillo the United States lost bv the
net expoi tat Ion dining tlio year Un.rOS,08l
In silver it gained $ l , ' siso , by net Impoila-
Cholera In Japan.
SAN FHANCISCO , August 8. The steamer
San Pablo ailived to-day with Hong Kong
dates July 13 ; Yokohama SM , and associa
ted picss advices fiom Toulo , Japan , as fol
lows : "Cholera Is now iiiglng In Yokohoma
amlTokio. In the foimcr place it Is worse
than It ever was bcfoic. Dining the last live
daj s , J tily 15 to iiO , the cases averaged ovoi a
bundled daily and the deaths lifly. Theiu Is
every loason to fear It will bpiead fiiither as
thu atmosplieile conditions aie at the picscnt
time favoialilu to tlie piopagatlon | ot the
epidemic. Tlio weather Is thu hottest ex
perienced since lb7l. Up to date only two
forolKiieis have been attacked. Their imnios
aio unknown , but both of whom died. The
bettci class of forcUncitf ami natives mo com
paiatlvely exempt from tlio disease. "
Texan Fever In Missouri.
Kr.oKUK , In. , August 8. The farmois of
Clark county , Missouri , ate oxpeilenclng a
scaie on account ot the appcataiico of a ma
lady among their cattle that Is generally at
tended witli fatal icsults. U Is thought to ho
disease know n as Texas fe ver , anil to have
been introduced among cattle in the vicinity
by the impoitation of a lot of young Texas
cattle that weio shipped into thu county 10-
contly by a stock Him neai Waylands , Ono
farmer Is reported to have lost Htteen held
while otheis have suffered smaller losses.
This section stifTcied soveioly Irom a similar
scour.'u about live \cais ago and the fanning
community Is terribly alaimed at the leap-
pearancu of the malady.
Arranging n Sculling Contest.
LONDO.V , August 8 , Beach , the Attstialian
oaiRiiian , Is nnanglnga match with Wallace
Itoss for 000 a blue.
On the WroriK Track ,
From the Chicago News :
Young clerk to his employer. Sir ,
there'su lady wishes to speak to you.
Kmployor , Good looking ?
Cleik. Yea , sir.
Employer , on returning to his ollico. A
nice judge of beauty you arc , I must say.
Clerk. You see , sir , I didn't know but
what the lady might be your wile.
Employer. So she is.
FIELD DAY FOR THE FLAMES ,
Burning Prairies Onuso a Destructive Oily
BOX CAR TRAVELERS CREMATED ,
Peculiar ami Fatal Vivo In .Mlmc
Botn A Trnln Partially De
stroyed Wlillu 1'nnslnjj u
Uitrntnu Kiev aloe.
Drouth , an Incendiary.
MII.VAUKKI : , Aiutist * , Finest ( Ires arc
raging In .Marallou niul Chrk counties to-
ilny anil communicated to the towns of S | > oii-
ceraiidColli } . They laid Iliu IOIIIHT com
pletely In ashes and itched
mo latter. Fires are also aclns In
tlio otttsklits of Clnppi'wa Pall1 * , aiu , mo oltl-
/ens ate at tliu engine Inn so icadv tor emer
gencies. At hiponroi , u town of "one tliuu-
sand i > oi > itl.iliin , on the Wisconsin ( . 'enter' '
iixllnuil. tlin loss Is i2X ( > . ( > 00. Tlio cause t
tliollio Is tliiMliv weather which IIUH pi -
vailed without a ( Imp of tain for wools * . It
is In tlio licaiUif u nourishing lumber com.-
nr.TAti.i OK TIII : PA.MAOI : .
Lat'i advices fiotn Spoucei lo-ni ht sir. o
tlint tlio the is practically under conliii ,
having nothing moio to teed on. A neil -
east gale was blowing at the time It stailni
and fanned tlic llames tluough tint vlllr o
with feaitul ii'pldlty. Cows and lops
weio untiblo to escape , . o lapid wasuo
spioad and many weio bunted to tleatu.
Thirty llvo families aiu londcicd liinni less
and penniless lm\lmhad no Insuiaiieo. Tint
puncipal Milfcicrs aiu Itimlor Huns.V. . ,1.
I'lliloids loss on mill and lumber Is S20 , < CO ,
hall Instiled , 1 * . A. That or mill and lumber ,
$13,000 , Insuiunco SlOOiXt ; o'Ncill Brolhois
lumber and haiilwaio stole V-'O.COO , small in
surance. The uthei billfolds loit fiom $10-
I'OO ' don. .
Knur Trumps Hm-ncil.
RnnwiNO , JhMii , August 8. Sheldon A
Go's. elevator at Kgglestou , eight miles from
here , burned last night , Tlio burning debris
fell upon thu lallway tinck. An up-ticli'lit
11 iiin was tin own Mom I lie track niter tlio
engine had passed and catching the seven
teen ears , loaded \\lth mcicliandlsc , Machin
ery and ties , \\cie binned. ( ) t the nine tramps
In thu box eats tom weie binned , three .sell-
ouslj iiijmed , and two escaped iiiilitut. 'I Ito
name ot only one ot the limned was uscei-
tamed , 11.V. . Mai tin , of Illinois. The In-
iiiu'dtuo' James Cimimliigs , New York ; S.
Thompson , Chicago : Adam Yotuu , Ger-
many. Tlie lo.ss on the elevator mid contents
Is si : , : > 00. Tlio loss to tlio luilroids is un
Tlic Luoki Kullowfl.
Oonr.N , Utah , August 8. [ Special Tele
gram to tlio Br.i : . ] Tlio Nebraska cdltoihil
association Is about to leave for San Fian-
clsco In two palace coaches decorated with
bannuis , signifying who they are. Sundiiy
has been iMsscdin Option veiy comforlubt\ .
We weio elcgantl } ciileitalncUattho Onttti o
mine in Paik city last night.
Dlcvclnml Planning ; for Honolulu u ( ion
Washington dispatch to tins New York
World : Tlio president is a candidate ; for
nnothnr tnrm. Oillr.il HITO can be no ,
douljt. There uiu tinier , however , when
ho becomes much disatisticd unit displays
histcinpor. One of \ \ \ - utillurs the u.liur
morning found him in .1 bail Ir.imor OM.T
some action of eongn-sb , which wus con
trary to his ideas. Tlio president. s\\oro
in a oocl oUMashionetl style and bli\-- > 0l
consiess with yroiit heartiness ami en
ergy , lie said then , in his tompe.i , that
ho was .sick of thehoo
tliin' ; and wished ho was liai'k
in Albany. It is only occasionally
that he uxprcM > es linn i'lt as dissatisliuil
with his piesenl .situation , and. ofcoui'bii ,
his I'Miressions of dissatisfaction aru to
be taken in a Pickwickian sense. The
president is not only a candidate for u
second term , but is Ijc iiiiiiii to take
steps to .strengthen hmisi-ll for 18b8. He
has iriven inot'e attention to the fcoutli
than to any other .section of the country ,
believing that if he jjoes into the national
convention with the bontli solid back of
him , he , with that and the power of liis
administration , will be able to force his
renomination. At least thatis
hi.s idea. There is loss dis
satisfaction in the smith with the
president than there is inmy other part
of the country , lie is doinj' more and
more every day to ploa-i- the southern
people. The sonator.s ami members in
the southern st.ites lia\e a great dc.il
11101 c iniluence in controlmg the patron
age of their Mates than have the demo
cratic senators and iiR'inlirs ( irom tlio
states of the north. It is v ry rarely that
you hear of any complaint "among the
southern members , \\ilhin tin ; last two
or three months 1ms been heard a threat
deal of praise , that kind of praise anil
admiration which only come trom status
men who have been well treated.
Special bargains in the finest lot * in
Omaha View to thoi-o who will build
lirst class houses , lie gs & Hill , 1403
It will pay to look at Hoggs & Hill's lota
in Omahii view bo fore investing else
where. They are firnt class lots and are
much cheaper than any in the market ,
\yiien you want a lirot-class lot upon
which to build a house , call at Linggs &
Hill and secure one ot their elegant
Omaha View lots.
A JJoy Drowned.
George ( icrbor.a young lad eighteen
years of ago , was drowned yesterday
while bathing in the Mi.'inun near Boyd's
packing hotiso. Ho was in swimming and
got beyond hi.s depth. The boy was the
nephew of Frank and August Krioip ,
stone cutters , who have been notified of
the tiHair , Up to a Iato hour the body
had not been recovered.
Combines , In a manner peculiar to Itself , tlio
liest liluoii'iiurlfjlng unit M lengthening n mo
il lea of thu vi'gctablu Kingdom , You will Und
tills wonderful remedy iltudlVQ where other
medicines have failed. Tiy It now. It will
purify your blood , rcgnlato the digestion ,
and ( ; lvo uuw life and v Igor to tliu unllru body ,
"Hood's Kni&.iparllla Uld mo great gonil.
I was tlrci ) out frum overwork , and It toned
mo UIL" Mas. ( J. . ' 5. BIMMO.NS , Colioes , N , V.
"I siiftcrcd three yc.us fiom Mooil poison.
I took Ilond'n Karsapnrillu niul think I am
cured. " Mas. M. J. DAVIS , llrockport , N. Y.
P u'//7ea / tlio JUootl
llonil's B.imparllla h clnraclerl/rrt l > y
thno pcciili.ii It lea : Jst , tlio combtnutlim of
remedial agtnls ; 2Utho proportion ; 3d , Iho
pioccti of seeming the active medicinal
qualities. The i ciiilt Is H mcijlelno of unusual
strength , effecting cures Jiltlicrto unknown.
rtuu lll'J ' O > IT. " u. I * . J
Decils , J.u\vcll , Mass.
i' , * Birsanarllli hnats nil otherd. aud
' ? > c ! ll.l"l11-"I'lu"n"OTOW ' ' , , , ,
w Voile City.
Bolil by all ilniitKlsts. ? J ; six inr ( S. M
onJybyO.I.JIOU ft CO. , Urn ell , Mass.
BOO Doses _ 0no Dollar.
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