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FIFTEENTH YEAE. OMAHA , MONDAY MO&NING , JUNE 14 , 1SSG. NUMBER NEBRASKA'S ' CROP OUTLOOK , Magnificent Prospects Fora Heavy "Xield in All the Cereals. REPORTS FROM OVER THE STATE Knin Ilctiortcil Plentiful In Nearly Kvcry County Farmers KcolhiK J2ncoiirniGl Ijow Prices Feared From "Western lovvn. For IoiiiUlfiil Harvests. Advices received fioin liftvtvvo counties In .NcbinsUannil ten points In Western Iowa in dicate it magnificent outlook for nu nbumlnnt jleld of nil the principal crops. In nearly all the counties of thu state the weather Is re ported to bo propitious , with an abunancoof r.iln. Only suvcn counties Cass , Clay , llnll. ilclfcrKOii , Nuekoll-j , Itlchiudson nml Webster repoit a lack of sulllcicnt lain for the need of crops , anil In only ouu or two of thusu has any appreciable damage as yet resulted. In Cic-s county both corn and wheat arc it-ported light , with n piospect of a poor crop. Jn Clay and I'nuiklln counties winter wheat hhovvH-np poor. Wheat is also in poor condi tion In Merrtck county , and corn will not exceed two-thirds ot' a crop on account of too much wet weather. Saipy county rejxuts wheat and oats as looking poor. In Duller and 1'Iattc counties ilist Is reported an damaging the outlook lor wheat to some extent. In .Sheridan county corn Is being destioyed by gopheiH nnd ground smrirruls. With these exceptions , however , tlio crop outlook has novcr been brighter , and fannersato Jubilant over the piospects of largo yields. The only unsatlsfiictoiy teaturu icpoited Is the low ptlcn ol corn , many eiibs of last year's crop being held fora better niaikct , with no prospect - pect of being saleable. Tim reports hi detail areas follows : [ Specials to the lcc. ] ADAJIH COUNTY , HAHTINOS , Neb. , Juno ID. Wheat , corn and other small grains are doing falily well , and the prospect Is much better than a month ago. Crops aie not suffering for want of rain , but good lain would not coma amiss. A.NTKI.OI'i : COUNT-Y. XIIIOH : , iN'eb. , June lit. All kinds of crops look line. Old tcttluis say theie never was n bettci ptosDcct. The propoition of rain and sunshine couldn't have been better It niadu to older. Farmeis aio greatly encomaged. nooNi : rot MTY. ST. KIMVAIIDNeb.Juno 13. Ciops look ing excellent. Wheat , oats , etc. , as good as was mci known. Corn has boon set back veiy littlu in a luw fields by inleuor seed , Mliiiiicls. etc. Farmer.- ) arc fueling buoyant In anticipating good ciops. AMIIO.N , Neb. . Juno 1:1. : Crops of all kinds looking.siili-ndltl. Kje is nicely heading out. Wheat and oats have a healthy look and : nu glow Ing linely , while corn Is falily jumping up. Funnels aio busy with their cultivators , and aio happy o\er the pioupectot a big ciop. llltOWN COt'XTY. Lo.vo I'rxi : , Neb. , s.Iuno 13. Brown county is blessed wltn the finest looking whe.it ciop it has had since Its otgaiibatlon as na county lljols all headed out and o.its look well Corn is a little backward , but the last vveelt the weather has been waim and corn is gain ing Its lost grov > th. Wo have been having rains all the spring on an average ofuvery otherjday , in tact a little too much lain. mirrAi.o COU.VTY. KKAIINKY , Neb. , Juno lit. Wheat never looked liner In this section , some was sown too thin and of com so does not look well. Coin is backward but looking line and promises a good letinn. Small grain of all kinds are looking line , especially oats. Have liad luiidly rain enouirh for the past twenty but nothing is suflerlng. It has not i allied diiyn here lor a week. Farmers arc feeling reasonably encouraged , but with such very low mlcoj for giam and stock they do not think the outlook very promising. IIUUT COUKTY. TUKAMAU , Neb. , Juno 13. Corn , wheat and o.its are In line condition. In no pie- vious 3 ears have the fanners hud .such blight prospects of a largo paying crop. The weath er has been unusually line , especially lor coin , and larmera arc feeling jubilant over the outlook , mm.rni COUNTY. llrsi.NO OITY , Neb. , June 13. Fnnnois re port wheat us Oolm : Homuvvhat tainted with rn-.t , but coin , llax , oats , etc. , look well. Italn lias been abundant ot late , and taken all In all piosnects tor another crop are \eiy lavoi- able. The present low price of coin Is all thcio IB to mat the tarmei's happiness. CABS COUNTY. I'l.ATrsMOurn , Neb. , Juno 13. The stand of wheat and corn In this viclnlt vis thin com pared with last season. Lack ot lain is keeping - ing back the giowth and farmois gorieially are appiuhunslvu of light crop. Other ciops in lair condition. Acieago of wheat and coi n about US pur cent , as compaicd with l.ibt season. SOUTH BKND , Neb. , Juno 13. The condi tion of wheat , corn , and other small grain is good. The condition ot other crops Is also good. Wu havu had enough rain. Fanners ( 'cm-rally nio feeling satisfied with the pros pects lor crops.CI1HHIIY CI1HHIIY COUNTY. VAI.KNTININeb. : , Juno 13. Fioin every cectlon of thn county , except the extiumo southern portion , comes the most tlattering icportsot all kind ot riop3. The entire .sec tion has been blessed with heavy lainf.ill moio than was needed in the southern portion tion but In evciy other part of the county gialn of all kinds never looked so well or was so far advanced as at piesent. Fully tluee times as muchacicago has been planted as last year and fanneis are jubilant over their piospccts. Cl.AY COUNTY. CjAYCi.vi : 1:11 : , Neb. , Juno in. Com and oats aio an excellent ciop and will bo 0 per cent linger than last year , ll.uley and other cereals lookwt > l ! and a very largo ciop Is ex pected. Winter wheat Is a poor crop. Many in Ids ate a total failure. Italn Is needed in some loc.illtli'S. FAiiti'ici.D , Neb. , Juno 13. Coin Is look- well , constricting the tact that most ot it was planted late. .Small main tit all kinds is sut- ieiing liomlackol lalnandwill hardlymake mote than tluce-lourtlis a crop , oven if it lalu.s soon. Fmmeis are watching the clouds anxiously hoping lorialn ouch day. KnoAH , Neb. , Juno 1:1. : The weather in this Immediate locality Is line and growing. Wohaviihad considerable- , div weather , but of late frequent showers. Wheat anil other small grain aio not doing well , It was too hot and drytlnough May. Not moio than two-thirds ot a ciop of wheat , oats , bar ley and rye can bo expected , and in the noith part of Clay county It will bo still lighter , as thcio has been morn lain in the smith part ol thu county. Coin is looking well , except n > mo latu planted , which Is small and weedy. Fanners don't regard the prospects as good , though thu late rains have impioved the piospects. COI.KAX COUNTY. SniUYl.rn ; , Neb , . Juno 115 Wheat Is not very tar along , but looks well , Ityo is nleel ) lic.utoii out and will bo ready to harvest in- bide of four weeks. Oats doing finely. Corn which was -planted Hi good season is wel along , The stand U generally good. II frosts , keep otf late all will mature. Fanneis do mil leel that they Imvu any mason to com plain ol thu present outlook. CU.M1NO COtJN'VY. Wrsr : POINT , Neb. , Juno 13 , Wheat a peed avciago ciop. Corn pioiulios ovcel luiitly. Other small grains Rood. Ityev.uj up. Kaln In abundance , and ground in as good condition as was ever known licic. The tuiincisaio well satisfied with the crop pros piets. Their only fear is low pi IPOS. BANonorr , Neb. , Juno 13. The prosper for all kinds of grain Is good. Diy vveainer caused somu unea lnes.i up to about Juno 1 1'lenly of nilu Mnce , Tlio outlook is favor able , and fanners are encouraged. DAKOTA COUNT V. DAKOTA CITY , Neb. , Juno IS. The ciops nsuccneral tLiliig , at the ineacut time mo good. Tliu heavy rainsof the past few days Imvo done , rower of cood. Corn is whoopIng - Ing it up. Farmer * fetl good over thu out look for crop-N but tlm situation of alUirsU somewhat discouraging to these who are huge ciiba ol i'oni. ' DAWKS CtlltNTY. t'iiAntoNNeb..lnuti 1'L Wheat ont , lii-r umiu is dulnj ; w'ull'and lUe- outlook Is that a largo harvest will bless this country. Up to two weeks ao tlio faimers were generally discouraged on account of the lack of rain ; but since that time thcichas been a largo fall of rainand now the amount precipitated l4Mifllrlc.nl for all purposes.and farmeis as well as othcrsaro elated at thu ex pectation of a large crop of everything. IIAVVOX COUNTY. I'I.UM CIIKCK , Neb. , June 13. Wheat Is inc. Oats cannot yield more than tvvo- .birds of a crop. Corn is In shape for a large jleld. Harden vegetables are good. Have lot jet suffered from want of rain , though Ihc oats aio said to have been damaged by a hy spell \vhen coming up. Farmers aru feeling well at the outlbok. mxo.v COUNTY. PONCA. Neb. , Juno 13. Crops in Dtvon county are in excellent condition. The farm ers uro jubilant over the piospcet of a rich jleld this coming harvest. Wo have had ilenty of rain so far : In fact , vveliavosuf- crcd nothing nn this account. Corn , wheat mil oats look healthy ; and the former is be ing kept thoroughly cultivated , which , after all is the best method for securing a good stand of corn. Dixon county farmers have good reason to 1 3 rejoiced , and they are so , over the prospect. rumor. COUNTY. Net ) . , .liino n. The condition of wheat , corn and other small grain Is good. All other crops aru looking well. Corn on some bottom lands was drowned out In thu cailV spring , but on ths uplands it is glowing finely and fanneis feel veiy much encour aged over pinspecK The rains have been \ery timely and ipilte siilllclent. ' . P HE.VII , Neb. , Jiinii 13. Crops of all kinds aru looking well , although farmers feel discouraged on account of piosent prices wald tor cm n of which Miuro is an Immense liiantlty still unmarketed. Prices paid heru now uiu 10 to 13 cunts per bushel. noudi.AS COUNTY. Kr.iuioitN STATION , Neb. , Juno 13. The condition of crops heiu aie as follows : Wheat and rye lair , o.its butter than last > uar , bailey and other small grains me doing very well. Coin has an exeellantstaud , but a low days late. Farmers am beginning to need lain , but aioveiy cheerful over the present outlook. Kveiybody expects a good crop in almost cveo thing. rn.i.Moiii : COUNTY. Exiyrnit. Neb , , Juno 13. Wheat Is looking veiy poor. Other small giains fair. Corn hrood , but very vvcedv. the late hc.ivy rains liavlng delayed the fanneis with their woik. Thu farmers are feeling \eiy dubious over the piesent juices and the fntuie outlook , ( INIVA : , Neb. , June 13. Ueports from ten iiolnts give encouraging prtispects. Coin tnd small grain coming to thu front aston ishingly , considering the backvvant spilng. i'lio yield per iiciu will bo fully up lo last year's , with an Incieased aciease of 10 to 15 iiercunt FAIIIMONT , Neb. , Juno 13. The general condition ot wheat , coin and small cra.ln is wry lair. Small grain \ery good. Corn a little backward. All ciops arc in a very good condition. Wo have had plenty of rain and the fanneis aie fueling good over tlio piesent prospects. ritANKI.lJI COUNTY. KivnitiON , Neti. , June 13. Tire condition of ciops are vailed. Wheat indicates a light crop. Kyu , oats and buluy will jiuld a lair average crop. Coin piospects are still good , especially that which was not lenlanted. Thu rain fall has been a little shoit , but 4ho majoiity ot ciops aie looking talr. The farmers are feeling uneasy but not despond ent. Wo need moio rain very soon or crops will sutler. UI.OOVIINHTOX , Neb. , Juno 13. Spring wheat poor in most cases. Corn , backward. All other crops good. Plenty of rain. Farm eis aio enthusiastic- over prospects it fair weather continues. A laigo amount ot broom coin is being raisedhuio tills jear and in all Instances is looking well. Tame glasses aiu being extensively raised. rrn.VAs COUNTY. tiAMiminnn , Nin. : , June 13. The outlook lei coin , wheat and all kinds of giain is gooil and the fanners all think they have better prospects for a good j ield than thuy have had tor suveral years. Plenty of rain but not too much. Ait.vi'Aiion , Nr.n. , Juno 13. Tlio condi tions of all giains Is good , liioom coin Is In good condition. The vveathei has been dry , but theio has bcun rain about once \veok. . Tlio f.innuiH feel that the prospects for a large crop is good. ( lAOn COUNTY. WYJionn , Neb. , Juno 13. Wheat , corn and other-small grains are looking well. Kains have been frequent and abundant. Faimers are feeling hopeful over the splendid pros pect for crops. liKAnrcr : , Neb. , Juno 13. Winter wheat looks well and piomlses a good yield. But little spring wheat is grown in ( luge county. The acreage ot winter wheat Is somewhat larger than last year. There Is u much larger acieaguot corn than last year and It loolcs well. It is now six inches high and farmers report a good stand. Oats look falily well but theio vvlll not be n laigo ciop. Have bad plenty of rain ; too much at times. Farmeis feel that they will have good crops but are afraid that pi ices vvlll bo very low. Alaige amount of bieaklng is being done , n A u. COUNIY. WOOD KIYKII , Neb. , Juno 13. Small grain about on an average , but needs rain. Corn splendid. Other ciops good. Tlio supply of lain has been hardly siilllcient this .season. ILard times and low prices aio making the flumeislook blue but all aio hopeful for the Intuie. IIAIILAV COUNTY. Ai.MA , Nob. , Juno 13. The condition of wheat and othersmall grain in tilts county Is not veiy promising tor a lull crop. The huavy rains early in the season packed the ground so that it lias become haul. Wo have had enough ram tor all crops except vvlieie the giound lias become hard. Corn looks well. The average is larger than any year heretofore , and fanners are cheeifulovur present piospects. to rioi/r COUNTY. npJ53i5J ! > O'Niu. : , Neb. , Juno 13. Small giain is in good condition. Pie - pects lor laigo crop better than ever known before. Corn fust-class , nearly full stand. Ham has fallen in anun- dancu making the ciops piesent a lirst-class appcaiancoall aionml , The general lecllng among thu tarmcis is ono ol encouragement and good cheer. ATKINSON , Neb. , Juno 13. Wheat , corn and oats are looking extra well. Also all small giain. All crops are the bust wu have cvur had. Wu havu had plenty of rain. Farmais are feeling jubilant. Siu.viif , Neb. , Juiro 13. Wheat , coin and oats aio in splendid condition , and in fact better than any pluvious year. Plenty of lain , on an avenue of ono good shower a week since Kaster Sunday. I'annei.s aio jubilant ovcrthupiospoutsol abouutlfulciop lids year. irowAiin COUNTY. UANNr.imon , Neb. , Jnnu 13 , The condi tion ot crops in this county Is flattering , Coin , wheat ami oats am all doing well , ami thcio U a fall piusiH.-et.of a good hay eiop. Copious mills havu iallon dining the past week , nnd thu lauuers are well satislicd with thu outlook. JIITIISOX : : : COU.VTY. FArnuuriY , Neb. , June 13. Corn and wheat look good , and a big haivost is expected. Oats are fair , and the other crops aie all above an aveiage. Fanners feel pleased nt the outlook. Uain is needed. Ki'.mi cou.M'Y. K31 ' OO.VLAI.LA , Neb , , Juno 13. Very little wheat has been sowed tills year , but u largu noii ot corn and oats has been put In ami It is looking far better than oxoctcd | , Wo havu been having all the rain we needed , and lariuiM * aru rejoicing over Uio bright nros- pcct that Is befoiothem. The late rains nave fully demonstrated the fact that Keith county will not belong In .showing as good a yield as those farther east. KNOX COUNTY. CrsEiaiiTO.v. Neb. , June 13. Corn and small grain all looking well irr Knox county since the heavy rain on thu nights of the 7th and btb. Wo nave had enough rain for the present. Incteased acreage ot grain over last > ear 10per cent. Fiumeis aru jubilant oyerthu pioapect of better ciops. From 15 to'JO | > ercent of last year's crop on blind. Com ten days ahead ot last year at this datu. LINCOLN COUNTY , Norrrn I'I.ATJI : , Neb. , June 13. Wheat , com ami other ( 'rains In splendid condition. In fact crops of all UniU pi online an abund ant yield. Italns have been ficquent and abundant , ami farmers are jubilant o > ur thu iiiO'ptri ot as fine crop ? ai can bo shown anywhere. MADISON' COUNTY. NOKFOI.K , Neb. , Juno 13. The present condition nf vvlieat , eorn , and other 'mall rriMlns U very good. All other crops are in line condition , liming Iho past twovve.eks r.dt's hero have been trenuont , , copious and Far mm in Madison nndadjolu- ng counties am generally feeling very hone- ill over the outlook for cro ; > s , though pre.s- nt prices otr old grain are not at all satlsfac- ory. MKRIItrK COUNTY. C'KNTiiAi.CnY , Neb. , June IS. Whcat is bin and weedy on account of wet weather. 'orn backward ; about two-thirds of a stand. ) ats. fair crop and condition , Very little larlcy sown. Other crops are looking finite good , except on low land. Have had too niich rain this spring and farmers are rather duo ov cr prospects. It has rained hard two or tin co times u week during tlio past three weeks. JfAXri ! COUNTY. Fui.i.iiitTON , Neb. . June 13. Crops of every lescrlntlon aio looking magnificent throuzb- out NancuconntVt Tire present prospects could not bo better. Farmers are unanimous n saying that the season and rains could not > e moio favorable. OINOA : , Neb. , Juno 13. There I * not much wheat planted In this portion of the county , but what there Is is looking well. Corn Is lolng linely , coming un well , and thn weather s all that could bo dPslied. plenty of lain at he right time and f armeis aio jubilant. Not nucli other grain planted. Ground squirrels lolng some little damage to the corn. NIIMAIIA COUNTY. AUIIUIIN , Neb. , Juno 13. Hoth spring and winter wheat aio in excellent condition. The condition of all small grain was never bettei. Join Is looking linely , though some is a trille ato. Asa whole cions am much better than the average year. It.uii plenty and a little excessive. Farmeis aie jubilant over the un- isu.il good prospects , lor bin ill grain Is al ready made and corn is looking unusually well. No fears or doubts of a bad ciop are anticipated. BnovvNVir.i.i : . Neb. . June 13. Com looks ixeeedlngly well ; some late. Listers pro- lomlnate. But little small grain , some rye mil oats ; they bid fair for-a good crop. Saw lye standing seven feet live inches , ( lood apple ciop ; no pcacncs : abundance of small fruit. Apple trees are blighting. Plenty of rain , little to spare. Farmers are generally ecllng well with the prospect of crops , but 'eel blue over the present pi Ice ot com ( I7e ) , mt are looking tor a good outcome this fall. NUCKOI.I.S COUNTY. NIII.SON , Neb. , Juno 13. Com is looking cood. Wheat Is very fair. Barley and oats ire a little scorched. Italu Is now needed. Other crops give eveiy indication lor a largo ciop. Farmers hope to realise a good price lor their grain. OTOI : COUNTY. Xr.iutA.aKA OITY. Neb. , Juno 13. The piospects for all crops in this county aiu abundant , were never better and the usual acreage is in. The giotind Is In good condl- : lon and most ot the com has been woikcd the second time. We have had plenty of rain and the larmeis in general mo happy , ind are looking forward to a big harvest. Our apple crop will bo immense it nothing distuibs It. PALMYUA , Neb. . June 13. The icccnt lairis have brightened tlio piospects ot the rainier. Wheat and ive aio looking well. Quite a number ol binders have already been sold. The piospects lei com was never bet ter. Although the wet smliu made the planting quite late , It is predicted that Otoc county's yield ot corn this ye.u will tar excel that ot any previous jcar. I-AWNIII : COUNTY. TAIH.I : Hocic , Neb. . June 13. Fall wheat peed , spring wheat shoit , but heading good. Oats same as spiimj wheat. Other crops gen- erall good. Plenty ot rain. Farmeis are Iceling hopelnl ol a large ciop. I'lir.M'B COUNIY. lloi.nnr.oi : , Neb. , Juno 13. The condition ot wheat , corn and other sin ill gialn in this county Is- the \eiy best. Italns have been 1/equent and copious. Farmers are jubilant over the prospect of a ciop , but entertain some fear of veiy low pi ices. 1'I.ATIK COUNTY. . CINI : iit : , Neb. . June 13. Condi tion of wheat good , condition of corn not good , condition of oats fair , flax poor. Plenty ol tain. Farmeisaro despondent as thu niices are low and lailroad r.itu.s arc high on the present noor quantity of corn. Coi.UMiifSjN'eb. , June 13. Wheat is good , some fields a little rusted near ground , but most ot it shovvi prospects for a line crop. Oats Condition good ; prospect lor an aonndant eiop nevo.r better. Com Shows good crop prospect ; most of it very clean ; some almost knee high ; not very much replanting. Incieased acreage. Potatoes Ltngu ciop looking good , except some aio partially eaten by bugs , but will be all ilirht. Cabbages , watermelons and other plants and vinca are piesunting a good piospcct tor plontv. Barley looks good. Italn Them Is just about enough no fanners complaining. Farmers are delighted with the prospects , and expect treed ciops liom appearance ol overythingThiit fei'ling a little olire over the old corn In cribs. Liw price. II nothing intrudes to damage ciops , Platlo county will enjoy the nest crops she ever had. I'OLK COUNTY. STROMSIIUIIO , Neb. , June 13. The wjieat crop in Polk county is looking well.Many fanners , from various carries , had to plant their corn over , but the favoiablcnoss ot the weather has been ot gie.it adyant.ige. The season lias bi'en one of lemaikable glowing weather. Not u week lias passed without bringing us asplondld rain just enough , and not too much. Vegetation ol every descrip tion Is rank and stiong. The tanuer.sof Polk have no reason to giumble at thcpios- pcct. Gardens , holds and lloweis aio in a condition to spiead ehceifulness over every foot ot our county. The last year's cron is being marketed , but Is badly damaged. Farmers should be moie caielul ol tliclt har vests , nr.n WJI.T.OW COUNTY. iNmANor.A , Neb. , Juno 13. A tilp just completed through most ot the county shows com and small grains generally ineiy good condition , with a largely Increased acreage. Tne condition is really prime , except as to late planted com and wheat , winch Is a little backward , but with good weather in future even that will make a mil crop. The root , vegetable and fruit crops promise well , The ralntall has been about nor nml , tnlly sulll- ciiMit for all needs , ami tarnieis generally bcem to feel Jubilant over the piosiicets ol good retui us from their planting. Hogs and cattlu In lair demand , with down ward ten dency In prices , MoCooic. Neb. , Juno 13. Com , wheat , oats and other small giains aie at piesent In very tine condition in Ueil Willow and Hitch cock counties. Fieqnent and copious lains have aheady made crops an asiined success. Fanners are jubilant and the feeling gcnei.U- ly is that tanning in Wcstinn Nelu.aska is to be even a gi eater success this season thun the tlneo seasons past , JilCIIAIinSON COUNTY. FA I.LS CnY , Neb. , J nno 13.-Corn aver- nsfus about u. loot high , and Is growing well. tlTough wo need a good licavv rain , .Small grain is doing very well. Only a small av- eiiigii was planted hwo this year. The out look foi ciops of all kinds continues good. Dining the past month have not bad us much rain as usual but no crops have &uileied , Farmers - mers aru feeling in i.itliea a happy frame of mind and seem satisned with the outlook. Thelmlt crop Ular o In everything except peaches , which is a total failure. SAT.INI : COUNTY. Cirr.ii : , Neb. , Juno 18. The present Indi cations lor crops ot all kinds aie excellent. While there has been a shoit spell of dry wea ther which canned some apprehensions but did no sci ions harm , all cereals are novvshoot- ing upwind with arnsh , under the Inlluence of beautiful showers during tire past week. RUtl'Y COUNTY. Neb. June 13 Wheat and oats aio not in very good condition , but all other small grain aio looking extra good for this season. The com ciop , really theonly ccieal Kiovvn to great extent in Sarpy county , gives promise of exceeding that of any previous year. We have had hardly sullicient rain , but crops have not snftcrcd from drought. Farmers considerably depressed o > er tlio present low ptlcn of corn. .Sr'rtiNOfini.T ) , Neb. , Juno 13. The pros pect for wheat Is lair , eorn good and growing fast. Quito a number had to icplant , owing to the weather at the time of planting , Oats , lair ; lurlcr , above the average. The indi cations point to a large crop oj potatoes , and as for fruit it will bo tire largest yield for Koine limn. F.II mm well satistled. . PAt'NOr.IlS COUNTY , WAHQO , Nr.n. . Juno 13. Wheat , oats and all kin Js of small grains are in uxcellcntcon- dititlon. Corn Is looking mio Dut not so far advanced as at this lima last ye.ar. Uras = ea were never bettnr. The recent rains have been ample to keep all kinds of crops iirgood growing condliion. The farmers are elated at their out look. ' ' Asm AND , NKII. , June 13. Farmers report wheat in this vlclulty doing > eiy well . -and corn growing at a surprising rate. Oats arc looking tluo and an abundant crop Is ex pected. All grain Is doing well , as wo have had a plenteous supply of rain hero the most of the time this spring. Farmers are satrs- lied with the outlook for the growirn * crops , nut lira feeling rather dlscourajcd nt prices for last year's crop held over. MinltlUAN COUNTY. HUSIIVIU.I : , Neb. , June 13. The condition ot wheat , oats , and other small gialn In Sheridan county is splendid , and the pros pect for a largo yield Is ilattcrlmr. Corn Is doing well , though there is much complaint of i-ivages by ground snuirrcls or Rentiers. This county tins had plenty of rain , and It Is thought that ail crons will properly rnaturo without further rain. In consequence of the o favomblo conditions , fanners aw iubilant , and well satisfied with the outlook. The present year will woik the boginnlm ; of an era of prospcilty in this county. SIIKIIM.VN COUNTY. Lour CITY , Neb. , Juno 13. The wheat pie pcct Is splendid. Never looked better. Horn is In good condition. Plenty of rain. Farmers are feeling jubilant. STANTON COUNTY. STANTON , Neb. , June 13. Wheat looks very well and promises a bettor crop than for years. Oats , M-ry line ; also eorn , early planted , looks well and later planted coming on nicely. Other crops good. HINO had plenty ot rain. Farmers fouling well as to present outlook. TIIAYKir COUNTY. Hr.nnoN , Neb. , Jnnu 13. Corn , wheat and barley ate looking well , and a considerable greater amount ot corn will bo raised this ve.ir than last , Oilier crops ate looking well , up to the piesent time enough rain has fallen. The farmers look for a good crop and pi ices. WVSIIINOTON COUNTY. Ut.Ain , Neb. , June 13. Wheat and other small grains in this vicinity aio looking well. Prospect lor a heavy crop never batter. Corn that was planted in season is looking untisu- allv well. Some aie still planting com , with little hope of its maturing. The rains of the past few days have been siilllclent to give all crops and vegetation a line start. Farmers are feeling hopeful of good crops. Old set tlers say the prospects were never butter. Some fields ol corn have been plowed the second time. wr.nsTKit COUNT Y. linn Cr.oui ) , Neb. , Juno 13. The wheat crop throughout Webster and adjoining counties looks fairly well ; also oats and other small grains. Com Is somewhat backward , owing to late planting. Grass and other ciops aio not so fur advanced as they weie at this tlmo last year. Italn lell in abundance In thu earlier paitof the season , but latterly little has fallen. At present all crops aie needing rain badly. However , thu fanners are hopeful over thu prospect and predict at least an average ciop. YOIIK COUNTY. Yonic , Neb. , June 13. Wheat Is rnstip 'a little. Oats and corn are coming on nicely. Other ciops look well. Wo have had plenty ot rain. The present indications point to a heavy crop. Fanners are somewhat depressed about piesent prices. VOIIK , Neb. , , Tune 13. The condition of corn In Yoi Ic countv Is good for. late plant ing. The vvheat crop will bo very poor. A large quantity of it being yellow in color and heading out atabout eight inches high. We have had plenty of lain , in tact too much lor the wheat crop. Farmers geneially are feel ing blue over the prospects of a crop and the ruling low prices of produce. Other ciops aio good. 'In Western lown. ATLANTIC , la. , June 13. Wheat suffering somewhat Horn lack of lain , not stoollnc well. Corn doing splendidlv and veiy clean , especially early nlanted. Grass crop un- usiiilly good and early. Ila\o not had enough rain for small grain , but enough for com. Fanneis anticipate a good ciop of cum and hay , but prospect tor voiy low pi ices discourages tliem. HAMIIUKO , Fremont County. la. , Juno 13. Wheat , coin anil other smalLgraln fnlrj but not as forward us usual at this season of the year. Considerable ieorn'TipUitftlrd. Planting on tire bottom lands has been kept back b > season ot heavy rains in April and ioie part ot May. Fmit and other crops promise well. There is very little complaint among tanners as a rule , thoiuh the chronic grumbler is as usual on the front scat. Have had copious showers at pioper intervals , gieatly benefiting the uplands esiwcially. MrNunN , la. , Juno 13. The season thus far has been better than the aveiasfo foi < ith coin and small grain. Wheat Is better t. MI it has been lor four years. The acreage in small giain is about the average. Corn is not so far along as last year at this time. Have plenty ot rain , though the giound is getting dry just now. Farmers aie Iceling confident and buoyant at the present out look.Missouri Missouri ! VAII.IY , la. , Juno 13. In Jtlds vicinity the wheat , corn and other small giain is in splendid condition in the bills , nnd second Bottoms are not at all In need ot rain. The wheat will make an early harvest and corn is very high and generally well worked. On the low bottom lands no crops aio so far advanced. They need rain and cannot woik the ciops to do any good with out it. The ground diied too fust after spiing rains and baked thn ground. RMoD.u.i : , la. , June 13. Cornnrosptectsaro good. Small grain looks well. Prospects lor all crops good Have not had enough lain solar this spiliig. Fanneis aie feeling encomaged over the outlook. Tiado is 1m- proving and money seems easier. ONAWA , Monowa County , la. , June 13. The piospcct lor a good crop ot wheat , corn and other small grain Is not very flattering. Other crops rue fair. Wo have suffered tor Miowantot lain. Fanners aio not veiy jubi lant over the outlook. Siri.VANi : > oAii , Page Co. , la. , June 13. Wheat In fair condition ; ncie.ige below the aveiage. Corn , planted late , on account ot wet weather , but in good condition , Acre- Ue , average. Other small grain pionilsing. Grasses , never so good before. Farmeis are greatly encouraged with crop prospects. Sioux CITY , In. , Jilno 13. Wheat , corn mid other gialn In linn condition. Flax , lair condition. Other crops good. Have had about enough rain , Late rains ha\e been ot gii'.U value. Farmeis feeling lust-class over present situation and outlook. This Is true also ot Plymouth county , and neighboring countw.s. \VAr.Nur , Iowa. Juno 13. Wheat , coin and other small grain look excellent. Heavy rain last night , but did not extend far north and bouth. Notwithstanding the discouragement ot present prices larmeis aio h.inpy. IMOOUNI : , Iowa , Juno 13. Condition of wheat heio and vicinity is not flattering. Oats only middling tali. Corn , our staple eiop , is not encouraging , lalo wet soring thu probable cause. Wo have not sulieied tor want of lain. Fanners feel that unless la- voied by late frost It will crowd lots of. corn to mature. From tUo Country nt CHICAOO , Juno 13. The following crop summary will appear in this week's ! armors' lievlow : ' 'Oicat fear of drouth , which lias been threatening Spring wheat sections , still continues and is bccqmlng a serious menace to growing grain. Dry. hot winds have prevailed - vailed In Dakota and Minnesota , adding 10 the already serious outlook in many portions tions ot that state untj 'territory. The edicts of the drouth have bejrtm to bo seriously felt in Wisconsin , Iowa and Nebraska , and very few of the reports received down to Saturday nlglitimt dwell uton this fact. .Many fields of outs am reported turning yellow.iiiul . injury to that cereal threatens now to be more severe than even to wheat lUelf , Itains , which have prevailed In the sections named , have all Leon of a locaj character , and while saving many Holds irorn ruin have not given the re- lie ! which , according to nine-tenths of the re ports from correspondents , would appear to be imminently needed , Reports from Falr- banlt , Good Hue , ileeker and Slower couiv- ticin Minnesota all indicate serious need of rain. The present prospect in Meeker coun ty is tor not to exceed one-halt an uverago crop. In Darin , Barrow. Monroe and Saul : counties In Wisconsin , the fields are dry and parched , and all grains are looking badly , Iteports from Iowa , partlcuhuly from Adafr , Cherokee , Malmskii , Pottawattauile , Winno- shlek and Norman , Indicate many of the ad vanced liclds ot grain already have signs of turning jcllowund are badly in need of molstuie. In Otoc aud Platte counties In Nebraska , the wheat crop will i > a'"t percent below an average , while reports of teilous drouth come from Douglas Hamilton and Webster counties. Good rains would insure a full average yield In the larger portion of the entire spring wheat belt , but without them and a continuance of the nrescnt hot. and Urj weather-would undoubtedly pi.ovu fatal to the outlook for the entire crop , ns the situation has already become critical. Heports of damage como from portions of lowa , Illinois , Indiana , Ohio. Kansas and Michigan , but none Indicate any gcncial injury is to result to either the win ter or SIM Ing wheat ci ops , and that it Is to bo confined , In the main , to isolated localities. The section most seriously threatened Is southern Illinois , where the early prospects of largo crop yields have been lessened very considerably from the r.ivnees of chinch lines. Grasshoppers arc reported In laigo numbers in Hamilton county , Indiana , Faycttu and I < o an counties , Ohio , and in Wabcllo county , Iowa. Iteports frorti Indiana Indi cate that the > leld of winter wheat will fall slightly below the average. In some of the counties wheat l-as gone back during the past three or four weeks. In Gibson county tlio fields do not promise as much bv rtvo bushels as ono month ago , owing to dry weather and rust. In i.a Grange wheat which promised twenty bushels to tli' ) aeio will not piodnce to exceed live. The general mwpects In Ohio continue good , and the state has piomtso ot a full a\ erase jleld. In Kansas and Michigan the prospect has not changed. Ollleial reports Indicating that Kansas will not produce to exceed un eleven million bushel \ield , only con ( it m thu renorla ot widespread Injury inflicted on the ciops eaily In the season. Harvesting Is progressIng - Ing in Missouri , Kentucky and Tennessee , and thegeneial tenor of the reports continues very favorable. THU AV1JHK IX W.VIjtj ST11K1JT. An Knuouriiirlii ; ; Outlook In Spite of Mntiiiulntors. Niw : Yoinc , June 13. [ Special Telegram to the BKI.J : The stock market for tlio past week has been irregular , but prices ruled strong. Tim most Important feature In rela tion to Uio present market was the piob- abillty that S. V. White had unloaded largo ( rjiantltlcsot stock upon the famous Chicago pool. Mr. Whlto was then credited with having organised a pool when ho went to Chicago several weeks ago. Thopooltook hold of the dead market nml piiccs have steadily advanced under its influence. Four paitlcs who were credited with the leader ship of it , namely , Armour , Itearn and Jones , of Chicago , and Mr. While ot New York , un doubtedly pulled together , and the grangers with hnckawanna weio the favorites. K\ery argument known to have weight with the imbllc was used with the hope that it would eouiu in and get ilch. Tlio deal was so ap parent that very few outsiders invested their money in stocks because of this movement. I'egnlar trailers saw through the business and were very cautious , They tikd to add to the boom , itis true , but they were very wide awake and kept their lingers out of tlio tiap. The supposition now is that the N w York members of tlio pool read the wilting on the wall much ( iidcker than the Chicago people did , and he tneiofoie ( piUitlv sold out and went oil on a tiip to Florida "for his health. " Chicago has evidently ' 'caught onto" that little game , however , hackawanna stands like a rock , so it begins to look as It thu deacon would have to settle his sales by paying more for the stock than he will get , and as neatly even body agrees that tlio piesont bull move ment is owing to this pool deal one can pretty clearly make up Ids mind as to the conditions of the piesent stock market. The whole matter amounts to this : The market is wholly in the hands of manipulators. Itisery doubtful whether the pool could v"kc prices go down very much becaVAj the majoiitv of the brokers aie unquestionably bulls. They want hlgherjn ices. They want people to have confidence rn the marker , and they arc mak ing every clloit to give the market an at- tiactlvo character. It would seem that they Ji3d many things to assist them In the effort to restore confidence. The ciop outlook Is very good , and the report of the agiicnltnral dcpaitment lor May was , on the whole , very favorable. Whatever changes have taken place in the business outlook have been advantageous. The failure ot the clfoit to eilect u tie-up of the stiect cais had a good effect , Indicating , as it did , that the force of tills strike mania has at last spent itselt. It is not likely we shall have a repetition of those methods speedily. The most encouraging sign is the tact that the better part of tlio working classes ( the sober , industrious. Intelligent people ) have opened their eyes lo the silli ness of the recent movement. The railroad earnings toi last nionthgivotuilher evidence of tire improved commercial aspect. Trunk line stocks have been\ery stiong , and as reason tor this strength if lias been stated that a settlement of the Nickel Plato-Lako Shore dillicnlty was impending. The proba ble Introduction ot the Chicago t Atlantic Into the pool doubtless assisted In the good feeling. _ _ Hrltlsh Grain Truifc Heviovv. LONDON , Juno 13. The Mark Lane Lx- piess , In its weekly review of the British grain trade , says : Gr.itolnl shovveis have helped vegetation. All ciojjs aw lemarkably backward and a late harvest is inevitable. Wheat is weakening. Flour Is dull and cheaper. Trade In foreign wheat Is of the rnciest ictall character , Foieign Hour is lower. Ameiican spot Hour is IH cheaper. There wore eight niilvals and two sales. Five caigoes weic withdrawn and one ( Cali fornia ) remained. Tiado forvvaid Is lifeless. New CHID California wheat Is ollered at : Ms , with no takers. There will be no market Monday. A Minnesota Ijynchtnir. ST. PAUL , June 13. The Pioneer Picss' Gland Forks ( Dak. ) special , says : It Is learned heio that a few days ago a lynching occurred near St. Andrews , live miles north of hero on the Itcd liver. Ole 15ecknoltwoi Ic ing fora fanner on thu Minnesota side , sup planted the latter in his who's afleetlons. After trying in vain to Induce liecknolt to leave peacefully tire fanner invited in his neighbors , tapptd a kf ; of alcohol and alter they were siilliclentiy dinnk leluted his wiongsandsnggestedlalvnchlngas a remedy. jk'cknoit was caught and strung up to n limb the alleged Intention being only to irlghten him. When let down lite was extinct. In Line With tlio Sr. Louis , Juno 13. The secret session ol delegates to the convention of tlio Brother hood of Tclceiaphers was hold Irr this city yesterday for the purpose of a moio thoiough systematizing of the workings of sepaiate councils under a cencral head. It was unan imously resolved to fall in line under the banner of the Knights of Labor , alter which the convention adjourned sine die , A Wrecked Urow K ST. JOHN , N. F. , Juno 12. The steamer St. Joseph fioin Liverpool , just arrived , brought the crew of the schooner Mary Queen of the Seas , which was lost on May 3 , in the rnlddlo ot the Atlantic. The captain of the St. Joseph rcpoits gome tlueo bundled Icebergs east of tlio Great Uanksund as low down as the -nth parallel of latitude. Boycotting Calumet Nails. ST. Josiu'ii , Juno 12. James McPlierson , agent of assembly 133 , Knights of Labor , of South Chicago , anivud to-day for the purpose of Inducing merchants not to receive two carloads ot nails from the Calumet Iron and Steel works nt South Chicago , at which thu lockout has prevailed for several months. Ho induced most of the carpenters and retailers to refrain from buying the nails , Tlio Hliakeu in Jersey. AsiinuiiY I'Aiiif , N. J , , Juno 13. A severe .shock ot earthquake occurred one minute after midnight last night , lasting two min utes. The shock was accompanied by a rumbling noise. Houses were shaken and pictures on the walls swung to and fro. Closing Suloonq In Cincinnati. CINCINNATI , Juno 13. The saloons wcro all ordered close at midnight last night by su perintendent of jKillcc. The order was olntyed. It is to icmalrr in force for some time. Weather for Nebraska. For Nebraska : Local laius , blifhlycooler , nFN IT win nissoiYK Hull il M IL/Li I/IOJV/L ; > 1J ( The Date of the End of Parliament Fixed For Juno 24- THE PREMIER MAKES AN APPEAL. Gladstone Issues n Strong Address to Ilia Midlothian CoirHtituouUi Giving ItcaHiuiB AVtiy Ho Should bo Keturncil. The Situation In LONHON , June 13. [ Special Cablegram to ho Bin : . ] It has bJclldellnltely settled that ho dissolution of parliament .shall tnko place ui the -Ith lust. Writs for the nuw election will be prepared meanwhile , au > l will bo eady for prompt Issuance on the day after llssolntton Juno'JS. Making allowances foi ho usual and necessary delays and foi mall- ties , election should be finished by the end of July , nnd the new paillament may ha o\- iccled to assemble in August. The Hist busi ness to come before the body will naturally w the voting of fresh sunphcs for thu govern- nent. An opportunity will thus bo Immcdl- itely afforded fora test of the relative strength of the parties. A motion to accompany the vote on supply with some limitation Inimical ; o Uladstono's Irish schemes will at once bring out the lact whether or not the premier can command a working major it v. If there proves to bu a have unionist majority , Glad stone will piomptlyiuslgn and Lord Salts- jurvwlll then bssummoncd by the queen to loim a now cabinet. If , on the other hand , Gladstone Issustalned by the adoption of the ; ovemnicnt'Hestimates ' , he wlllretaln hlsof- ice.nud the regular new session will begin In Jetober. Both sides are thus looking foi waul : o the vote on the estimates as thu supiumo test of power. It Is conceded that U the vote shows party numbers to balanceor If the majoiity lor the estimates is very slight , it will bu so treated by tUo premier. Mr. ( ShiiKtono spends Whitsuntide as n guest ol Lord Leveson Gowcr , M. P. , at Gom- shall , returning to London by Wednesday. Ills friends are trjlng to persuade him to visit Manchester , Liverpool and Shetlleld tor : ho purpose of making short speeches befoie : ho liberal clubs at these places , thus forestall ing the possible effects of Chamber tain's vig- oious and early campaign addrcsi. The pre- micrfeais , however , that thn campaign fii his own ( Midlothian ) district will absorb all ids strength , and ho hesitates to take the risk of vpieliminaiy exertion , though he has prom- scd to consider the request. Two blanches ot the London liberal union lavebcen formed In Scotland. One , with leadiniarlrrs at Glasgow , will conduct the opposition to Gladstone in thu wust of Scot- arid ; the other , located at Kdinburg , will icitonn similar labors in the cast Scotch counties. At the meeting of the Midlothian conserv- athoVIcommitteo It was resolved notfo take any action at pie.sent in reg.ud to nominat ing n candidate to oppose Gladstone in that district , but if the unionists following Lord Ilaitington's advice , do not select a unionist andldate theie , the conservatives will at a later stage ot tire campaign put a stiong out and out conservative in the lield ngainst the "Grand old man. " All the present conserva tive rncinbeis ol paillament liom London Boroughs alid homu countries have decided to seek .a reelection. Tire London conseiva- ; ive's association is oigaujring very strongly tor tlio campaign , and sir Chailes Dill ; and othei metropolitan mcnibeis who lavoi home inle vvlll liavu : i haul tlmo to retain tholr seats. The conservative's will , in two cases , suppoit the picscnt unionist membeis , namely , Sir John Lubbock lor London Unl- veisity , and Ulcliaid Chamberlain for west Islington distiict. The latter gentle man is a son ot Joseph Chain- beilaln. Gladstone's bitterest ndvcsaty. Sir Wilfred Blunt intends , it is said , to contest ono ot thu London divisions asaconseiva- tlvc home rule candidate. Then ) can hardly ho a doubt as to the icsiilt of this foolish ex- peiiment. Hut Sir Wilfred is fond of doing en allc things. Tlio Pmnclllto representation will be some what different from its picscnt completion. Several mourners have made known their in tention not to seek a le-clection. There is no indication , however , of any weakening In narty discipline 01 in devoted allegiance to I'arnell's leadership. There is considerable discontent manifest in theiefomi club over allegations that radical membeis have been black-balling unionist candidates tor admis sion. Several inlluentlal mumtieis ot the clui ) threaten to icsign. This Is only one more Instance ol the widespiead dislntegiat- ing influences ot the piesent singular condi tion of party lines. Tlio national piess indulge in caustic com ments upon thoiiots in Belfast. The articles bcarsiicli capions as "Tho Devil's Woik ol Orange Lambs. " At the Inquest upon the bodies of the victims ot the riots thocoroncr soveioly consmed the police forthclr blunder ing actions. AKKAIIIR IN rilANCK. Pails advices inoieato that another victory is in stoio for the ministry on account ot the bill to abolish the government's veto of tiio act of the municipal council. The c/immitteo of deputies which lias the subject Inelwigo stands six tor to live against the measure. It Is believed that if le Kioycinet desires to ro- taln Ills olllce he vvlll be obliged to accede to the demands ot the council tor the abolition of all titles and the confiscation ol thupiop- ertyof the nobility , it is rumored that the advocates ol this o.Nlremo nicasiira have pre pared a list of the names ol the financieis whoso loitnncs , In tholr opinion , ought to go Into tlio national treasiuv. Tlio passngo of the bill exnelllng the heads of the monarchi cal families is expected to speedily followed by decrees against the leiiialiilng pi luces. GL'VDSTOMSTO II IH CONSTITUENTS Ho AslCH to he Kc turn oil , and gives Ills ItcaroiiH. LONDON , Juno 13. Gladstone has Issued the following manifesto to the electors ot Midlothian : ( iKNri.KMKN In consequence ol the defeat of thu bill lor thu better government of Ireland , the ministry advised and her majesty was pleased to sanction the dissoln tlon of parliament for decision by the nation of thu gravest and likewise the simplest Issno that has been submitted to It for half a cen tury. It is only a sense ot the gravity of this * Issue which Induces mo at my period ot life , when nature cries aloud for , repose , to seek , after sitting in thir teen parliaments , a seat In tlio four teenth. And with thh 'view 1 so licit for the fifth tlmo tlio honor of your eonlidenca At the last election 1 endeavored In my addresses and speeches to Impress upon } ou the fact that n uieat crisis hadairived in thoatfnlrs of Ireland.Vonk as tlio late government \vasfor ordinary pur- Vo < es , It had great advantages for doming with that crisis. Comprehensive measure * proceeding fumi that government would liaviuecelvcd warm and o\tenslvo support Horn within the liberal patty , and would pioltablv have closed the lilsli controversy within tnu present session , and liavu left the pailhuuent of ths'ifruo to proseeulu thu now stagnant vv oik ot ordinary legislation , with the niultltndu ot ( lueslluus It Includes. .Mr cm nest hope was thn suppoit of the Into cabinet In such a course of policy. On ( ho ' 'illh oC hist Jannniy the opposite ] ) oilcv of coercion was dcclaicd to have been the" choice ol tho' goveiunienl , ttm ( Mil of Carnarvon alone refusing - fusing to shaiu In II. The lilsh question vvas thus placed In the foregionnd to the exclu sion 01 every other. The hour , as all felt , was come , the only point icinulnliig todelvrs , mine was the manner In which it was to lies dealt with. In my judgment HID pmposal of coercion was not justiifed by thu fuels and was doomed to eeitaiti ami disgraceful lull * 1110. Some method ot governing Ire. land other than coercion ought , as L ttiunglit , to bu sought fr and bu found. Therefore , I viewed vvIIhunt nuiet the fall c.f thu late cabinet , and when summoned by Ifcr majesty to form a nuw one 1 undertook It on a basis of an anti-coercion policy , with thqv lulleU explanations to UUMJ wliosu jild I sought as colleagues. When 1 proi osed to examine whether It might not bu possible to giant liulund a domc.stlc leglslutino anil maintain tbu honor and eonsolldatutliu unity ot the emplie , the govcinnicnt vuis tonneil anrt vvoik-nt oncopiit in hand. Vou will now , guntluincn , nndeisUind how and why His that the allalis of lieUud , and not for the lht time , liavo thrust aside every other subject and iid- iournedour hopes ot uselul and piogrosslvo legislation. Asa iiuestlon of tlio tiist neces sities of social older It loices Itself into Uio van. The late cabinet , though right in civ il that place , ucrc , us wo thought , wrong > n the manner of treating It. Icvvas our abso lute duty on taking thn government , U wo did not adopt their method to nroposo an other. Thus , gentlemen , it Is that this grout and simple Issiiu has comu upon jon and de mands jour decision. Will yon govern liu- land by coercion or will you let Ireland manage bur own uflalis'.1 To debate in this addiess ( ids and that detail ot the 1 tuly1 deleated bill would only bu to dlsgnlso tils issue , and would boas futile as to discuss ( he halting , stumbling , ever shifting and ever advancing projects ol nn intermediate class which have proeeeded from tlrosecudlnir liberals. Theio aio two clear , positive and Intulllglhlu plans linliiiu thu world. Thesis Utopian of the government , mill Iheru is tlio , man of Lord Salisbmy. Our pUn is that lio-v ' land should , under well consideied condi tions , transact her own aflalis. ills plan is lo ask uaillaiiient to renew the repressive laws nnd enforce them lusolntuly lor twenty vears t > y the end of which timu lie assiues us lieland will be lit to accept any government' in Iho way of local government , on tlio icpc.al of the coercion laws , von may wish to give her. 1 leave ibis tory project to speak lor it.self , in ( ho nnadoincd simplicity , and 1 turn to the pro posed policy ol tliogovuinmenl. Ouroppon- ' outs , gentlemen , whether toiies or seccdeis , have assumed the name of unionists. 1 deny them ( lie title , to It , In Intention , indeed , wo aroulluiiionlsts alike , but thu union they iclnso to modify is in Its present shape u naper union obtained by loico and tiaud , and nuvcr .sanctioned or accepted .by the IrUh nation. Thuy aie not unionist * , but patier unionists. True union is to bu tested by tlio , sentiments of human beimrs. united. Tried by this criterion , wo have less union between ( lieat llrllaln and Ireland now than wu hail under thu sutllenumt of 178' , ' . KnfiaiichlHed Ire and , gentlemen , asks tlnougli her lawluf representatives for the revival of her domes- tie Icglslalnie. Not , on the face of it , an Innovating , but a icstoiatlvo pioposal. . bliunigesvvitlitiutlilli.it the contrali/atlon ot i > arliuuent ! 1ms been a division of thu people ple , but she recognises tlio fact thattho union , lawlessly as it was obtained , cannot and ought not to bo lupealcd. She Is content to icceive heilegi.slatnru In a lorm dlvbstud of the nieiog.illves which might havu Im paired her iinpoiial Inteiests and better adapted than thu settlement of 173J to rfi-cuio to her ( ho icgnlar contiol of bur own nlfaiM. She has not repelled but has welcomed the stipulations lor the. protection ot the minor- , > ity. Tosiichpiovisions wo have given and shall give careful heed , out L tinst Scotland will condemn thu at tempts so singiilaily madu to import into the controveisy venomous religions blg- otiy. Let hoi take winning by thu duploru- blo rioU In Dclliist and oilier places in the noith. Among thu bunuhts , gentluinen , 1 an ticipate from your iieceptancn ol our policy are these : Consolidation , a united umpire * and a gi cat addition to Us sliength ; a stoppage ol tin ; heavy , constant and ( lumoiuli/.lnff waste of public tieasmu ; abatement and gi.ulual extinction ot ignonlu funds in lie- land , and that development of the lesomces which experience shoV.j to bo tlio natural consequence of a fruit and oideily governmunt ; redemption of the honorof ( ireat Hiitain liom thu stigma fas tened upon her almost tioni tlmu Imlnumo- rial In respect to lieland by the judgment of thn whole civili/.ed vvoild ; and , lastly , the lestoratlon ot parliament to Its dignity and elllcluncy , and thu legular inogiess of tlio country. Well , gentlemen , tlio hist question I now-put to von is : How shall lieland bo governed'Thciu Is another question behind it and Involved In it : JIow nio Kng- laud and .Scotland to ho gov- eincd ? Von know linvv , lor ( ho lust six j car s ( 'specially , the ntlalrH of Knghind and .Scotland have been ( impaired anil your inipeihil paillrnumt discredited and disabled. All Ibis happened vvhllu thu nationalists weiubut asmull ininoiity of thu hisli mom- beis. without support liom so much as u handtnl ot'niumbeiH not liisli. Now thuy appioach ninety and are entitled to say ; "vvii am speaking tlio vlow < t ofthnlilsh nation. " It Is impossible ) to deal with this sunje.ct by halt measure. They are strong Irr their numbers , stiong ill llrltlsh support which biought 313 membuiH to vole foi their eimntiy ; tlio stiongesl ol all In thu sensu oC being right , But , gentlemen wu have ilono mirpait ; tliuiest lomaiiiH toryou. Klcctnra of thu country , may you bu enabled to BCO tlnougli and custawHy all delusions , iclu-o evil and choosu thu good. 1 have thu honor lobe , gentlemen , join laithlul and giutoltil servant , WM , K. Ui.ADh'ioNK. Hood's I Is prepared from Barsaparllla , Danflcllon , Mandrake , Dock , riiu-lcscvva , Juniper Iler- rle.i , and other vvcll-kncvui and v.aliialle vege table remedies. The combination , jircipnrlkm and preparation are peculiar to Hood's Kursa- parllla , Giving It curative power not possessed l > y other rnciliulncs. It effects remarkable cures where others fall. " I consider Hood's Karsaparllla the he it meillclue I evern.'cd. It gives mnaiiappftitu uml refreshing sleep , and keeps the cold out. " J. S , yooo , 100 Sj.rucd Street , I'ortlaml , Me. Is the host Wood pmlflcr bfiforn the pulillo. U eradicates every Impurity , and cures Bcrof- ula , Bait Itlicuni , ] ! olln , riuijiles , all Huniois , ) ) | , Illllniisiicfia , Hide lle.ul.iche , Imll- icstlon ; , ( Icneial Debility , Catarrh , Itheuinu- tlsm , Klihicy and l.lvci Coniililiit | < ? . Jtovcr- coir.ea that n.ticuio tired fculluij , and builds up the tystra. " Hood's K.irsaparllUi was a ( joil-gcml to me , fnrltcurcil mo of ilHj > epsl < i anil liver com plaint with which I h.id tmiTuml i'O yer.ru. " J , 11. IlOllMIlKOK , SOUth IMlUlrtMBi If. Y. Purifies the BBood I " When I bought Hood's Saraip.irllla I made good investment of one dollar la medicine fur the first time. It has driven oil rheuina- tlim and Improved ray appetite so much Unit my boarding mistress says I inunt keep It locked up or sliu vvlll bo obliged to ndso my board with every other bourdtr that luKrs Hood's Sarsnp.-irllla. " THOMAS Uvuiatii\ \ m Tillary Street , Brooklyn , JJ , Y. " I toil Hood's Barsapirllla the lien remedy for Impure blood I bv er used. " M. II. lUvrri ! , tkLet agent , 1' , & il. Kd. , JKnmd BrooJ ; , X. J. 1 Hood's Sarsaparilla Sola bjr all drugghilt. ft\ \ ' * < " ' f > ' l'riurcil | t > 7 C. 1. HOOD X CO. , Apt > theuirkiI.i > wcinU3 , , i. 10O Dosoe Ono Dollar. " Hood's SarpaparllU lakea less tlmo nnd quantity to show Itgullcct I hanany other | irc ( arallon. " JIi.H. 0.A. llumi.vun , N.riilll , N.Y. " My vvlfo had very poor health for u lout ; time , Siiiflering from indigestion , poor appe tite , and constant headache. Hho tried ovcry- thlng wo roulil hoar of , but found no relief till , : > Juried Hood's Harsnparllla. Me U now lOUng ) lie third bottle , and uevcr felt Loiter in l.cr life. We feel It our duty to recommend It tu every ( .no wo Know , " dj'ojifix vn.i.i : , Mortland , C'uoK County , 111. Hood's Sarsaparilla FoiI l.ynll I'mrglati. 1 ; lx fur ! ' > IC"'l ( lUOl.1 OO. , Ajioticeurifil ! nflJI ! IOO Doses Ono Dollar