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PRE3T. GREGORY , LaKe Foreat. 111.
AraM Oatsido Alexandria witl
Nine Thousand MOD ,
Waiting for the British tc
' Land and Ho Will Gob
ble Them Up.
The Latter , However , Decline
to Fill Their Part of the
And. Are Awnitln" Inttriiotloui
from the Homo Qoycru-
Tbo Egyptian Oommandor Recruiting
His Army by Thousands.
National Associated I'rces ,
HEYMOUU AT TUB PALACE.
AtKXAHDniA , July 14 , 8 a. in.
Admiral Seymour has landed nnd
taken possession of what remains ol
the Haa El Tin palaco. Ho haa ofll-
cially notified hia government of the
occupation and sent the further in
formation that ho has , for the protec
tion of the paluca , disabled the guns
of the batteries opposlto the palace ,
having spiked these too heavy to over
throw. The guard of Admiral Sey
mour at the Ran El Tin ia composed
of u special body ot marinea.
8:25 : A. H Fires throughout the
city are still burning with great fury.
A CITY OP-KUINS.
9 A. st. Seymour- has put a body of
marinea at work clearing the streets.
The khedive waa brought ashore by
Seymour and ia now lodged nt llaa-ol-
Tin , protected by n guard of seven
Seymour pronounced the conduct
of the ofEcara and men splendid be
11 A. u. The fires ia nil parta of
Alexandria nro burning nt this hour
with increased fury and spreading
rapidly. The city at thia hour appears
to bo beyond all doubt doomed to ut
ter destruction. Nothing can possibly
aavo it. The flamea have hud their
own way now for upward of aovonty-
four houra. The burning city ia like
a red hot furnace. The third part of
the town ia burned over to almost its
MUTILATED BOmES OP CHRISTIANS.
11:15 : A. M. A corps of sailors de
tached to clear the way through the
atroota leading to the principal
wharves , report finding bodies of chria-
tiana and Europeans lying everywhere.
Moat of them nro shockingly mutil
ated and nearly all either charred or
scorched. The sailors say iho massa
cre must have been terrible beyond
SEYMOUR'S mnuow ESCAPE.
LONDON , July 14. A special cable
dated Aloxondi" ! , 9:30 : a. an. , nays
Admiral Seymour , under instructions
af hlB government , made preparations
to land avd occupy Alexandria in the
interest of the khedive in order
: o enable him to resume hia authority
hero , and had selected a picked corps
if 3,000 men to undertake the task.
V. party of Egyptians engaged to scout
he city in the interest of the khedive ,
lonvineed Seymour the plan would
esult in the maaeacro of
ho marines , aa Arab ! ia
3 securely intrenched with 9,000 men
uat outside of the city , well officered
nd provisioned , and would make every
Hurt to prevent the landing of troops
r to save the city from destruction.
Ibymour , on receiving this statement
rom the scouts determined to post-
one permanently occupation till head
ad received further instructions from
} ogland nnd decided to confmu hia
ecupation to the llaz-El-Tin palt.ce ,
nd hia efforts to protect the khodivo.
THE EGYPTIAN COCK CUOWS.
ALEXANDRIA , July 14. Arabi liy
as 9,000 men outside the city to pro-
out occupation. Seymour haa noti-
cd Ilia government that ho can land
nly 3,000 men , and that it would
ripple the service of the fluot ; that ho
as postponed landing , waiting for in-
.ructions and reinforcements.
Arabi Bey ia preaching thatEnyland
m't fight on land , and points to Say-
lour'a inability to occupy Alexandria
i proof. Ilo says the European
awera refuse to assist England , and
lat England 1ms BO many internal
publon that she cannot raise an army
ithin a year. Arabi ia recruiting
lousarida of Arabs , and tolls thu
yptiana that there ia going to bo a
rcat war and a great battle will bo
mght soon. Ho Bays ho loat leaa
ian a thousand during thu bombard ,
THE KHEDIVE HKEDADDLEH.
The fire has now reached the Arab- r ;
n quarters. The French consulate
aiding ia burned , Six bodies of
assaered Eurnpeuna were found in
i ruins. The marines now occupy
o arsenal and custom house gato.
saring a descent of Arabi the Kho-
vo has gene nwuo on board the yacht
PAN 10 IN CAIUO.
OAIKO , July 14 , A panic prevails
3m fear of masaacro on the arrival
MEETING OK THETUH1UHU OADINKT ,
COKHTANTINOPLB , July 14. At a
ocial meeting of the Turkish grand
micil aoyoral influential members
vised immediate armed Turkish .
tervention in Egypt , Durrahman ,
imo minister , maintained that
abi should now bo treated aa a
bel ; also that it was useless to send i
tiers to the khedive , as ho wan pow-
Icua to execute them.
ALEXANIWIA , July 14. The Khe-
, -e , after consultation with Seymour ,
cidod it would bo safer to return to
3 fleet in view of the possible attack
.Arabi'a troopa , The Khedive then
turned aboard ono of the ships ,
ardod by 500 troopa. On arrival
at once issued a proclamation ftd *
ing the soldiers of Arab ! to disband ,
nnd empowering the British marine
to shoot down nil rioters on thu street
Ho calls on the people to return to th
city , assuring them of British protoc
TWO THOUSAND COU1MK3.
G r. M. The mnrincB patroling Hi
city haa already reported finding th
disfigured nnd burned corpses of tw
Seymour has ordered CAtinonndinj
over the city to scare off invaders
The marines killed ono hundred Arab
in street fights.
Arabi'a corvette is anchored off I'or
Said , and the British gunboat Iris
just arrived , has anchored with he
National Ansoclntfd 1'resn ,
OHICACO , Juno 14. Two trampi
who were run in by the police las
night on general principles , in ordo
that officers might become- familial
with their faces , made the aingulai
coiifcsiinn that on the 1st of September
bor , 1876 , they were employed by t
merchant in Stockholm , Sweden
named Permit , to murder his mis
tress named Dahlberg. They com <
milted the crime , receiving five hundred <
drod crowns from Perrialt.
Gouornl Forolcn Navri *
National Associated 1'rcns.
DUBLIN , July 14. The cities ol
Dublin , Cork , Limerick , Waterford ,
Kilkenny , Derry , Qalway nnd Drog.
hoda and sixteen counties of Ireland
have been proclaimed under the re
National Associated l'ro s.
CHATTANOOGA , Term. , July 1-1. At
Red Clay , Georgia , yeatorday n man
shot into n hut whom n colored man
was sick with small pox. The man
was wounded , the bouso took fire and
the man burned to death.
National AfBodatoJ Press.
WAMPUM , Pa. , July 14. The flour
ing mill of Diy Bros. & Co. were de
stroyed by fire this morning. Loaa ,
818,000 ; insurance , $5,000. Sponta-
ueoua combustion caused it ,
National Afsocl.tocl 1'rcts.
MILWAUKEE , July 14. Nowa ia re
ceived hero that F. E. Pond , editor of
the Turf , Field and Farm , of Now
York , waa drowned in the Flambeau
river , in northern Wisconain The
report comes from the guide
ivhom Sir. Pond engaged on fishing
The Striking XVoiglit Mon.
National Atwodated Prciu.
NEW YOHK , July 14. The pros-
lects of the atrikinc freight handlers
a improving , Hundroda of Italians
juit work to-day and joined the stnk-
irs. Many othora will follow.
Tba Eloyanth Ohio.
Ittlonkl AuocUtsa I'nw.
POIITSUOUTII , Ohio , July 14 John
iV. McCormick , of Gallipolia , was
lominatod for congress to-day by the
ho republicans of the Eleventh dia-
rational Associated Prtua.
DETROIT , July 14. 0 , R. Footo ,
eller of the National bank , of South
laven , and Misa Kitty Underwood ,
f Aurora , 111. , were drowned at
iouth Haven last night while boating.
Michigan's 'Wheat Crop.
utlonal AuBOclatcd Prosn
DETJIOIT , July 14. Crop reporta
motived by the State Agricultural
epartment shows the probable num-
or of acroa of wheat harvoatod in
lichigan thia yoir will reach 31,424 ,
00 bushel ? , an average of eighteen
id twenty-nine hundroths buahola
or acre. The Hessian fly and other
isects are reported in various parts
: the state , which may slightly ro-
nco the aggregate ,
Soiota Volley R R.
itlcna ] AHiociatod I'raw.
COLUMIIUS , Ohio , July 14. The
ockholdcrs of the Sciota Valley rail-
iad to-day , by unanimous vote ,
; reed to increaflo the capital Block to
i,000,000 , for the purpose of oxtond-
g its line from Columbus , Ohio , to
The Now York PostolUoo.
tlonal Associated 1'rcBB.
NEW YOUK , July 14. Truth Iiaa a
spatch from Washington announc-
g that the removal of Postmaster
arson , of thia city , haa been decided
i. Ilia probable Ruccossor is Geo.
m Norto or Joel B. Erhardt.
The Independent Wolfo-
tlonal Associated Prean ,
READING , .luly 14 , lion , Cha0. S ,
olfo , the Jeador of the independent
) vumcnt , addreasod local indopond-
ta this evening , Hu denied 0111-
atlcully that the propositions undo
thn regulars to the indnpcndenta
ire identical with what thu indo-
ndenta proposed , Ho declared that
a propositions were not made in
icority , but were a trick of the ri'gu-
H to have the independents with-
tw , tto that the machine could con-
rf , Field and Faun , July 7.1882.
[ n placing thia elegantly bred young
lliou ut the head of his farm , wo
i inclinedto ) the belief that A. J , 1'op-
ton , of Omaha , Neb , , has Bounded
i kny.noto of success. Zulu ia the
( duct of Col. R. P. Popper's ostab-
iment , South Elkhorn Farm
uikfort , Ky. , in point of strength
oud to iiono in the United
i os. and ia by Harold , airo
Maud S , , Noontide , Mattie O ra
il , etc. , out of Misa Duvall , by Dil
l's Mainbrino ; second dam by Pud-
Burns , aon of Gruy Kagle ; tliird
n by Davy Crockett. Duvall "a
inbrino was by Mainbrino Chief ,
n by Imperial Glencoe ; second
n by Blacknoso , son of Modoc. IH
: ir Xulu in a bay , was foaled 1879 ,
I ia in form and nizo thoroughly
lipped for a firat class stock homo
I trotter , The farm of Mr. Pop-
ton ia located near Omaha Douglas
nty , and coueista of 1,200 acres ,
ALEXANDRIA IN ASHES
Tlio Destruction of tlie Oit ;
Oomploteil by iho Retreating -
treating Rebels ,
The Loss of Property of Al
Kinds Beyond Oomputn-
tation in Dollars.
Four Thouoiind Bodies Fount
Among the Ruins of
A Variety of Conflicting Re
porto Oonocrntntf Oporn-
tiona in Egypt.
The Troopn of Ar bi B y Said
to Have Bntiro.y Do-
Tlio Klifxllvo Endo vor to Oatlici
Thousands or Hungry
Knocking1 at tlio Qntoy
N tloc llAwodatccl Prow ,
OFFICIAL STATS SUIXTS.
LONDON , .luly 14. In tlio IIOIIBO of
commons to-day Dilko stated efforts
were' being made to disperse tlio mob
in Alexandria , and that Arabi's where-
nbouta were unknown , aa lie lied in
boat on the canal. It wan also stated
that Arabi'a troopa won : dispersing.
A TOTAL num.
A dispatch received i-.l 4 p. in. from
Alexandria states that iho destruction
of property by fire ia almost beyond
comprehension. The city is totally
ruined , but low of thu houses left ,
ntamling bciup fit to occupy. The
loss of household property alone uill
y THE MIMSTRUS.
- A-EXANDHiA , July 14. Ill nnsA'ur
to the khedivo's summoiiK to the inin-
iaturs , requesting the pri'Honca ot the
council , all responded with the oxeep-
coption of Arabi Pashu.
ULOHINO TUB OANAL.
In compliance with orders just re
ceived from England the Suez canal
will at once be closed at Port Said.
TUB DEATH LIST.
LONDON , July 14. "It is bclioved
the total number of killed is four
thousand. SoveraJJ perilous caught in
act of pilfering , were shot. The Pin-
lope with Roar Admiral Iloskins hau
iouo to Port Said f Thu American
squadron has returned to the inner
harbor. . * ' *
Two-tliirdo of hia troopa deserted
: \rabi Boy during the bombardraont ,
) thors have since loft or have with-
Irawn to Kafradpway , the first ata-
ion on the railway. Ramloh haa
jeen surrounded with two regiments
if cavalry and ono of infantry.
THE MUCK OK LIKE.
A party of armed soldiers entered
ho khcdivo'fl apartments and declared
hey had order * to kill him and burn
ho palace. The khedive bought their
ayalty with § 500 and n promise of
lore. Ilo ia now safe with hia family
n llaa El Tin palnce. Marino gun-
era now occupy Fort Napoleon , com
landing the city and protecting
iinxll arms men on land. The Egyp-
tan flag was hoisted over Muribout ,
ut on the assembling of the marines
; was hauled down.
i-.OOUTS ON TIIK CANAL.
LONDON , July 14 The financial
jcrotary of the war ollico states that
unboats have boon ordered to ac-
Miipany British merchant vessels
irongh the Suez canal , if deemed
ALKXANDUIA , July 14. Sir Oarnot
falBoloy is expected at Port Said on
uuday. If Arab ! makes a stand at
.osotta or D < tmanhour , Wolseloy will
mio to Alexandria.
The English and French consulates
ere burned , alee almost all the
Dimes on the Grand Square ,
Ono hundred and fifty marines hold
10 arsenal gate ; at the custom house
ito there are 100 marines , with u gat-
ALEXANDRIA , July 14. Midnight
lie diplomatists anj endeavoring with
o khedive to form a ministruy that
n , bo treated with. The khcdtvo
ia imiiod a proclamation callini' upon
o panic stricken people to return ,
Sailora , including sixty from the
inerican equadrons , have replaced
o marines in guarding thn khodivo's
lace , The marines have taken charge
the gates of the town , where great
sordor oxiats , Hundreds of rofu-
os of all natipnalitiea are gathered
ere , clamoring for food. The urn-
ics suoply thorn with biscuit sent
HII the fleet Huven hundred ma
tes guard thu It'isettu gato.
THE MAIN IIODY or AHAIII'S AUMV
s gene to Damanhour.
Three boat loads of people have
en brought oil' , who have boon hid-
LONDON , Juno 15It is bclioved in
11 informed circles to-night , that
[ iht lion , John liright resigned
in the cabinet owing to hia dissent
m his colleagues on the Egyptian
\ light shock of earthquakn was
t at Ardonf Switzerland , to-day.
THE I'OHTK TO TAKK A HAND ,
Fho porto has deciced to aend troops
Egypt if the question is not Bottled
thu powers amic.tbly.
lonal I'rmu AtocUtlon
Your , July 14 , There wore
ono hundred and twenty-four failure
in the United States report cd t
Hradstreot during the past wcok , n
increase of twonty-fivo over the prc
cocdinu work , and thirty-four tnor
than the corresponding week las
year. The failures , too , were t :
greater importance thnn for som
time patt ,
ft on l AomcUtcd 1'rww.
SAHATOUA , N. Y. , July 14 Fin
race , purse $350 , all ages , mile , wa
won by Adix Glonu , Lutoating second
Perplex third ; time , lf)0. )
Second race , twcopaUkoa , tnilo nm
Ovt futlongs , w a won by Ella War
field , NftlUo looond , Louise Me
WhlrUr third ; time 3:01. :
Third moo , 1350 , all ages , three
quarter * of a mll , wan won by Df > unt
orer , Squtro Dtnco second , Antrlti
thl dlUwl:58 : : | .
Fourth rc , $1130 , all tigoa , Bolliuf
allo-vauoop , mlle and n furlong , wai
won by lloatuion , Mamlo Fields ROC
end , Sun llickort third ; time 2:0it. :
11 ASK HALL.
"PmLADKLHiu , Pn. , July 14.
Ecllpie , of Loulivlllo , 4 ; Athlotica fi.
Truyi r > ; PhiUdolphlaa II
AttOnEltV rillZBt ? .
OiiuiAoo , July 14 , The prizes ol
Iho Notarial Archery association won
ttwardod nt the Tr mont honno to
nli'.ht , s folio w § : Grand team con
tent foi R ! itloiium First , to OolUgc
Uill club , Cincinnati ; aocond , ti
Highland Park club , Chicago ; third ,
to Elton ( Ohio ) club ; fourth , to
Brooklyn club ; fifth to North aide
club , Cliicnco.
Grand tunm contest for ladies First
prip.o to College Hill club , Cincinnati ;
second to Highland P.trk elub , Chi
A K.\ST TIAM. :
Nuw YOUK , Juno IX In the match
against time yesterday at Gentle-
man's driving park , for § 1,000 a aide.
Frnvk Work * ' team , Dick Swiveller
and Eel ward , driven by John Murphy ,
trotted a mlle in 2llij : [ The boat
previous time was 12:1UJ : " , nmdn by the
anino team l.iat aeiiaon.
PirrsmiKd , July 14. Fust race ,
fourth day of thn uotting mectini , ' ,
al'0 : chiaa , for 82,000irn won by
Early ll'ioo , Driver "i-ciMid , William
II. third , Li-ontiiio foiirili ; tnno ,
2:21J : , 2:2H : ] , 2:2'J. :
Sucond race , 2:25 pacing elasa , for
81,000 , wan won by lliy Jim , Prin-
seaa necond , Felix third , Captain Jack
Fourth , Eddlo D. fifth , IloHtravi-r
jixth , Estollii Bovonth ; time , 2:21 : ? ,
IIUIOIITON 1IEAC1I UACEH.
UiJACH , July 14. First
: ace , 8200 , two year oldn , live fur-
onga , Pilot first , Carrie G aooond ;
imo 1 :05. :
Second race , $21)0 , ono milo and a
lurlong , Montiuik lirat , Traveller sec-
jnd ; time 1G. : ; !
Third race , ? 300 , two miloi , M a-
isso lirat , Baton Rogue accond : time
Fourth race , $250 , handicap , milo
loats , L. ] ) . Bpruguo first , Governor
lump ton taking aecoml hunt and
nonoy ; time 1:44J : , 1:40 : , 1:47J. :
Fifth race , handicap , ono milo and
, quarter over live hurdles , Innomar
irat , Lille Muraon second ; time 2:20j. :
pedal Ul-pitch ta Tlio Dee.
DKl'OT UOllllii : ) ,
ULVHSKH , Nob. , July 14. The do
ot aafo at this place was blown ope
is t night by unknown thievoa an
bout $00 in money spirited atvay
iiitranco wan obtained through
A MAHI.VH IMl'OHTEK ,
ntlonil Amoclated PrcHS. .
NOIIFOLK , Va. , July 14.Capt. . W
. .Johnson , the alleged muster of th
ihooner .1. II , Morgan , reportoi
iiinderod nil' the eiaatof Dalawan
ith thu loss of ono sailor , ia beliovet
i be an impostor. The polieo at
inptod to arrest him to-day , but h
icuped to Newport Nowa. Ho ia
iid to have victimized parlios it
erkloy. This in Ills fourth visit hero
DCO 1807 , and ho has almost boor
iprthonded each time ,
I'HHSKOUTION AND DEATH ,
I'lllLADhi.i'iliA , Pa. , July 14.
iiiino Cunningham , n handeomo
Diimn , aged 25 , was arranged ut the
intr.il station this morning , charged
ith leading an improper life , Hho
dignantly denied the churyo , and
sorted who belonged to a highly con
: cted Now York family , The ma-
strah ) neearluinod that thu ohargo
is without foundation , The prone
tor , Edward Ilastinga , was actuated
' personal animosity. She was dis-
arged and left the court. After
dking a few yards she foil dead. It
assorted Hastings lianded horaomo-
ing which she nto before leaving the
ick. The coroner ia investigating.
IT father's place of business in said
bo in lieekinan street , Now York ,
Dostruotivo Tire * ,
llon l Awtoclklbd 1'itiat.
NEW YOUK , July 14. Three dos-
totivo fires , following each other in
jid Huccession , this evening , eovero-
taxed the ] > ewers of the fire depart *
int. The first broke out at six
Jock in Kennedy's cotton waro-
lUBO , on Pearl , Whitehall and btono
eels , containing cotton , hopa and
> duce Among the losers were
ibort "annohill .t Co. , ? 10,000 ;
Into & Co. , 810,000 , and u largo
nibor of produce and grain mttr-
nits. The total loss ia $100,000 ,
I'lio third fire broke out at 11
lock in the fivo-Btory buildings 250
1 217 1'earl and 18 and 20 OUF
uet , occupied by lithographers and
liters , Holbrook & CO.'H loss ,
) ,000j Issley , D mbledtiy & Co. ,
) ,000 ; Kmpiro Lithographing Co. ,
) ,000 ; Win. Ksliurt & 0. . . , $20,009 ;
llwell & Albortson , $10,000 ; Luwia
Glover , ? 50,000. Total losa , $150-
) ; fully Insured.
I'lio second fire broke out at 8:30 : ,
the nine story building 418 to 424
ishington street , llolbrook'a eoop
lory. The whole building wua
awopt away , Lisa on material am
machinery , $250,000 ; on building
During the three fires the entire fin
department , numbering 500 men
were MII duty. The insurance ) on tin
hint fire was not , ascertained.
IViiTi.AND , Oregon , July 14. A fin
last night destroyed nix blocks in Ool
fax , Woshington territory , comprlsinj
the entire bujitncss portion , Kitlmatot
loss , $300,000 ; insurance , $200,000
ArrnnKomonta for. the Nobmska Edl
torltil Bxcuralon Complotod.
Mr. 0 M. Druse , secretary of the
Nebraska press association , infornif
the State Journal man that ho lint
completed arrangements for the grand
editorial oxcunlon to Denver , 1/oad-
vile , Gunniion , Salt Lake , Idahe
Springi , Ainirloan Fork , Hrtghain ,
Canon nnd other places of interest hi
The excursion will leave Lincoln
about 8 o'clock Tacwday evening , ilr.ly
18th , taking n spoclal car , which will
oonrcy them to VMloy , where Ihoy
will board the regular express train
and proo * d to DertTor at th rate of
forty mllM tver hour.
The U. P , fnrnlihoB the party
brand u w aloopcr , just from the
ehopn , that will bo at their dlspotal
during the round trip. It ia thought
the party will cpviul about five da ; *
in and about Duuvur , visiting Idaho
Springs , Georgetown , Loadvillo aud
other places ; then proceed to th *
Gunniaon country , Salt Lake nnd
neighboring towna. Mr. Druie aaya
ho has paid particular attention for
the care nnd comfort of thu quill dri
vers , aud says if they don't traval llko
the nabobs of California nnd Colorado
on this trip , it will not bo his fault.
ROBBI - S THE HAPIST.
Dotcctlvo Norrlrt IdontllluH Ills Mnn
mid Will Tuko Illm llomo.
A brief account of the arrest of n
man at the Hudson Ittver houoo in
thla city 311 Wednesday cvenintr , on
thu ohnrgc of rijiu , appeared jitter-
day , with tlio aniiounci'inunt that Mr.
J T. Norria , the Ohio detective , w.ia
expected yesterday to identify the
Mr. Norria , on his arrival , wont to
the county jail , where the prisoner
was confined , and readily identified
him us the man wanted , and cnva his
true name as Milo llobbins. llubbins
took his arrest good-naturedly , and
admitted that ho was the man. He
signed a waiver of nil formalities such
: xs obtaining a requisition , etc. , con
senting to accompany the detective
voluntarily , and accordingly thu
3ouplo leave on the Kansas City train
Lo-night for Springfield , .Ohio , the
scone of hia crimo.
Ilobbina is but 27 years old and hia
k'ictim was eight years of ago. lie ia
i ahocmakor by trade , and committed
the atrocious crime in hia own shop ,
the little girl going in as a customer.
Ho was caught in the not nnd would
mvo boon lynched but for the fact
hat tie ollicors smuggled him away
rom the jail , and confined him in iho
nsano cell at the poor farm , from
vliich ho broke out by moans of a
tail an hour later , Ilo was caught
hrough hid correspondence. Ho had
, largo number of stations , principally
u Missouri and Texas , with a few in
Nebraska and Iowa , numbered from
to ! )2 ) inclusive , Omaha being No.
! ) and Denver the last on the list and ,
robably the point to which lip in-
LMidcd going from here. Ho furnished
ia folks with a copy of this list and
rmveyud each now number to them
in roundabout way for instance ,
riling , "I will bo in Omaha July
Dili. " Ho would bo careful not to bo
ere on the 29ih , but the folka knew
lat the number of this station would
o 20 , and when ho did come ho had
uly to write them to address him at
To. 29. Ho is a coo ) , cunning ful-
iw , and the dotcctivo has some
nubta aa to whether Judge Lynch
ill not ait in hia cane on hia return ,
tor nil. Thu penalty ia lifo im *
PERSONAL , .
( J , W. K. Dorncy , of Krcmunt , was In
u city yesterday.
\V. li. Hirgeant , of Atclilnon , rfglotcrcil
the Withnoll la.nl night.
! u'j ) | li. Slump , thu Idaho cattle man ,
In town ,
0. V , ( joodwin , of Mnlvern , lima , in at
\V. A , Ooborn , of Don Molncn , IK at thu t
N , V , CliainViorllii , K , Kitziilmiiinns and °
II , Harvey , of Crouton , Ta , , nro at thu
Vlo IJIcrbower , of Hldnvy , In In town ,
Hun , Lorenzo Crounno , In at tlio With.
Jolonel A , Coclirnn , of Council lilulni ,
> s at thu Motropolitaii laut iiiKht ,
IVIllIum liudge , of Idaho , Ix at thu Met-
; HUn. ! |
H. 13. K. U.ibooclf , of Beatrlco , in In '
i city ,
V. II. Hwnn anil Clmn. K. Anthony ,
i Wyoming cattle kliiK" , are at the
" . M , Timelier , of I'l. Mlobrara , ia at
! uu , H , Smith aud J. W. Jennings , of
.ttninoutli . , aru In thu city ,
aim . Vull , of I'.rt Jorvls , N. Y. , Is
, liu Cuiifilild ,
, U. Hiuitli , sherlir ( .f Dea Molnoi , In In
city on Imslneuu , J
Ir Lymau I'Jarle , hldinotliorand child , "
Haclne , Win. , aru at the Metropolitan.
IS. Wilaon , of Auhlaud ; U.
lilodgett , of Seward ; J , Jleni-
and wife , of ( irand Inland ;
S. Dunn , of Harvard ; H. 0 , Stryker ,
Uislug'u ; K , A , Stauloy , of Fremont ,
prominent Ncbraukuui nt th Metro.
THE PICAYUNE POOL ,
A Railroad Cabal Prevents Fast ;
Mails to the West ,
Poatofflco OlUoiala Still Ne-
The Hopubliunns Decide to
Tackle Election Oases
Next Week. 1 \
The Homo KrjooU the Bill ta Pny
tlio Dootom of Garflold.
Miscolliuipoua Mnttors From the Na
CAPITA ! , HOTES.
N tlon l AM clK < 1 I'rcwu.
WAHIMHOTON , July 14. Pcalmas-
tor Goner * ! Howe Mya the press woa
mlsUkon ia the nnooncoment that
rr ngemonti for the fwit mail be
tween Now Ynik nd Ban Francisco
h d b o completed , via Baltiinoro ,
Cincinnati , St. Lonli , Kanaaa City
nd Denver. The mott that had boon
ilone b the eaUbllihmtnt of a double
daily aoiTice oret a portion of the
route. The pool o dj e t of Ohi-
yio refute to aocept ihe goveronient'a
term * , bat it ia koped krtangomonta
For the lorvtce * M udo with the
ESrin nud Wnbeeh ajitoma.
Dr. Ulok * pteeeuied Quitoau'a will
in court to-day.
The rapubll A ! the houio hare
lotornilned to Uke my the election
ijui's nrxt week , btfflnHlag wltlu
Snialla ( oolof 4) ) e * * * Telllman , of
South Cexollaa , * > n4 arte tkat the
Alabama c * o , Smith e * ( * t Shelley.
Mr. Bliss states tki tbo CMO of star
route No. 44,140 , from Uvloo City to
lirtdgo crook , Orvgon , eo U < Ud to-
lay , is the Iwt In whleh tkt yapcra
liavo 'o bo examined. The court ad *
journod until Monday.
DILI , OHANDLEU URl'TUBHD.
Secretary Chandler this evening
cabled permUiinn to Meopper the
itcamor Brooklyn at Rio Janeiro , but
jxprcBscd surpnso that It bo noccs-
lary , as the vessel was newly coppered.
k year ago.
National AnncUtal fnm
WABIIINOTON , July 14. The senate
lasted a bill to prevent the payment
f double peniioiu.
Senator Beck occupied two houra
u n speech opposing the internal
ovouuo bill , M beginning at the
rrong end , and declared the impost-
ion of tbo polaroecopo burden , equal
o 25 per cent , ihould bo taken off
The reading of the bill and nmond-
Senator Beck proposed a reduction
f tlio tax on manufactured tobacco to
0 cents. . .
Pending action the senate wont into
cocutivo suasion ; when the doors
ponod , adjourned.
Mr , Blackburn niado a atrong
) oecli in opposition to the sonata
nondmont appropriating $05,000 to
ly the oxponsea of Garliold's illness ,
[ p said the doctors treatment was
A vote was taken on the auiond-
lent and it was rejected 77 to 83.
Mr Taylor allured n bill to pay
[ ra. Garliold ? 50,000 on account of
10 salary of the late president , loaa
ly sums paid him aa salary. Passed
ithout debate or division.
A bill transferring private claims to
10 court of claims for investigation ,
report to congress whether they
ould bo allowed , passed. This ia
H discussed in April.
The house then took rocosa until
jht , the night session for ponsiun
Houpa ut nightBosaion passed thirty-
; ht pension bills , including ono
untiiig Mrs. General Ouster fifty
llnra per month.
tlonal Ansoclatuil Truss ,
WAHIIINOTON , D , 0. , Juno 15 , 1 n. ra.
For the upper Mississippi and
issmiri valleys , partly cloudy weatli-
with local rains , lower pressure ,
lowed in the north and west por-
IIB by winds shifting to colder
rthwesterly and by rising barom.
L'III ; BKI ; desires to correct certain
temciits in the above account of
i shooting Wednesday evening in
ich Mr. Hamlln was the victim ,
itoad of Mr. Ilamlin being ono of
i principals in the alTray , ho intor-
od as peacemaker to save a friend
0 was u littlu'full from getting into
ublo , and in this way brought upon
nsolf the unprovoked attack of
sh. Wo are credibly informed
, t Mr. II , was not drinking at all ,
1 that ho ia wholly blameless in this
tier. This information reached us
> Into for correction in this nrticlo
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-do from the wild llowors of the
it KAMKI. YOSEMITE VALLEY ,
a the moat fragrant ot perfumes ,
inufacturcd by II. B. Slavon , Sin
iiiuiaco. For Halo in Omaha byY. .
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e Butlafuctfon or money refunded.
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