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TWELFTH YEAR OMAHA NEB. , AVEDNESDAY MORNING , AUGUST 30 , 62.
T John 8. Brittain & Co. ,
, noco. .
Have now in store the Largest Stock of
IN THE WEST.
We can offer close buyers every inducement they can possibly fled in
Eastern maxk ts , aud rave freigit , besides del. y ia transportation from East
ern c ties , which piomises this full to be a very serious drawback , on account
Havng largely increased our stock for Fall Trade , we can offer Western
Merchants G-rea er Advantages and Olos r Prices than ever before ,
We ask 'he attention of Merchants who find it to their advantage to
buy where they can find the Best Sticks , at Closest Prices , getting their
goods quicker , buying often as the'r trade demands aud not run the .risk of
carrying ovsr large sticks of goods ,
Call and see us and convince yourselves , if St Joseph is not your Best
Dry Goods Market ,
John 8. Brittain & Co. ,
Corner Fourth and Jule Streets , opposite Court House.
A CASHIER'S CONSPIRACY.
Tlie Kowanee 'Bank Robbery
Proves to Have Besn Pre
arranged by Pratt ,
The Latter Loads His Grip
With Gold and Carts it
Home the Day Before.
The Chief nnd Two ol the Gang Ar-
icstod , Oiio of Whom
Squeals on His Pals
The Victim of the Outrage at Taylore-
villo , 111 , Slowly Dylne.
ThoKowauoo Bauk RoVbary.
8pedMDLipaich to luaUxx. ' _ _
Jt0moioo ; Augusl 29. The Daily
iNewo'Kuwanneo ( Ills ) special says :
, Great excitement exists over the arrest
i of'Pratt , ' cashier of the TirsKNational
bsnk oVth ohargo of i complicity in
the recant robbery in which tbo taiuvja
got away "with 820,000. The arrest
was just made and detectives claim to
have plenty of evidence to sustain the
charge. Pratt was not suspected at
first , but the moro the detectives
hunted for clues the more they became
convinced thut Welch and bis ucconi-
Elices had inside help. Avaliso being
) ft at the bank , the subsequent call
for it , locking up the cannier and
assistant , Miss Harris , in the vault ,
were all prearranged. The detectives
feel confident of being ultimately able
to recover till the money stolen. The
valise containing $30U of the stolen
money was found in u cornfield near
A Put TTp Job.
SpeilM DI'P'HCII to 111K UKP ,
CHIOAOO , August 29. Edward N.
Welch , arrested tiu-cu or four dajs
ngo , in New Yuik , fnr robbing tlio
First National bank of Kewanoo , Ills ,
paaeod through this city this OVDIIIDC
en route for Kuwiiwo , in charge cf
the dutcctivo who arrested him. He-
porters for the preaa were not allowed
to see him , but Pinkurton'o detec-.ivo
agency , which has churao of the case ,
say ho made a confession the effect
that Dr. J. S. Scott , of St. Louis ,
formerly a resident of Kowanee ,
planned the robbery , though ho took
no direct part in it ; that Pratt , acting
cashier , was a party to it , and that
instead of a largo sum in gold being
carried away in a vaiiie , with other
money , that it was Pratt himself who
carried it off previous to thu day when
ho ( Welch ) und his companion locked
Pratt and Miss Harris in the vault ,
and carried away the remainder of the
money , mostly in paper. Welch re
fuses to give the name of the man who
helped him in the job , but the agency
ia confident it will t > ot the riuht man.
Welch says Dr. Scott introduced him
to Pratt , and that aomo time ago
Pratt paid a check drawn on the bank
by him ( Welch ) . When it was dis
covered , payment was thought to bo
the result of Pratt' * ignorance.
Welch had no money In the bank.
.Scott is said to bo chiefly known in
Kewanoo as a poker player. The
agency hero to-day received advices of
the arrest of Scott in St Louis by ono
of its detectives , He will bo brought
The Arrokt of Sontt.t >
Special Dlspitcli to Tim liui.
ST. Lou IB , August 29. Dr. J. B , I
Scott was arrested here late night by
ono of Pinkerton's detectives , on the j
charge of being implicated in the i
Kuwaneo ( Ills ) bank robbery , and loft
for Ohicugo to-night in charge of an
officer. Thu affair was kept wry
juiot , Sco't formerly lived in Ke-
wanee , but claims to have been a resi
dent of 8t , Lou in for the past lir
months. lie waa in Kewatieo at the
time of the robbery , but saya ho had
nothing to do with it and knowa noth
ing about it. It is understood ho was
arrested on information derived from
Welch , who was captured in the cast
two or three days aio , and there soerns
to bo no doubt that he was directly
Implicated ia the robbory.
A Fight for a Woman.
f J ! -S > sp dil Ulij-atctt - to TIIM llii
* DJSNVBR , Aug. 29. Tlio Republi
cans Las Vegas spool * } says ; At San
Joronimo , a small Mexican GOttlemont
close to thin city , last night , Jack G.
Perry , an American , became involved
in a li ht with several Moxicuna , over
a Mt-xican woman. Perry ohot and
killed one , M. Gonztlos. faUUy , and
wounded two other Mexicans. The
Mexicans then killed Perry.
Murder of " ] ORS" Hosing.
Special Dlspitch to Tim Bui.
CIIICAOO , August 29A. . C. Hesintr ,
whoao murder near Meriuosillo , S--
corro , Maxio'ti , was announced by tele
graph , in welt known throughout the
northwest in p ihticil circlea. Hi ) was
bom in Oldenburg , Prussia , in 1823 ;
emigrated to America in 1839 , und
cimu to Chicago in 1840 lie at oncu
entered political life , und held soveial
city and county ofliiiea , including that
of sheriff. He became liniincially in
terested in the Staatz Zcituiig , the
loading German daily of the city , in
1802 , and secured n controlling inter
est in it in 18G7. From that time , for
ten years , he practically dictated the
policy of the republican party in Chicago
cage , and to a good extent in Illinois.
In 1877 hobeo uio interested in silver
mine * ineArizona'vhich did notprovo ,
asuoctiost , Sad-ivory eursoRo took w H
forest in the mines in Moiica , whore
ho waa killed. His partner in the
enterprise was killed there a yo.tr ago.
Telegrams for particulars have been
sent by his son , now manager of the
paper , but no replies have beou re
ceived thus far.
A. Brief Revolution.
Special Dlepa-th to Tint UPK.
MEXICO , August 29. Two legisla
tures nigamzud in Zvcatecas , ono
composed of friends of the gjn-
oral and state government , and
the other of friends ot Gen
eral Garcia Cudina , who has
presidential aspirations. Lint night a '
light occurred between Cadina and
fnuiriB und thu sUto troops. After a
sharp contest ot 20 ininuun , in which
ouo robal was killed and three soldiers
of the Htr.to wnundud , Garcia ( , 'Mdina
surrendered with hia followers. Xica-
tecaH is quiet , und no further disturb-
unco is anticipated ,
A Murdnr Confessed-
Special Dispatch to 'JliK Bm.
Kr.WANKB , 111 , August 29. To-day
Sylvanib K. Madison , who is charaod
with the murder last Saturday of Mrs.
Maggie Copelin , of Weathorfifiold , ad
mitted his guilt and pointed out the
place where lie concealed the money
stolen by him at the time of the mur
der. The money was found.
The Bund Outrn o.
Special Ulspntch to Tun DLL- .
TAYLOUHVILLB , ILW. , Auq. 29.
Miss Emma Uond , the victim of the
reconI outrage , remaina dilurious , and
physicians say she cannot live many
days in diloriurn. She went over the
ncono of the outrage , telling precincly
the sumo story nho told the prosecu
ting attorney. Bail has been ar
ranged for Montgomery , Pattcs and
Clement ! , the alleged perpetrators of
iho fiendish deed , but they prefer the
safety of the inside of the jail to
Chancllnr in Boitan.
Special Ulnputth to Til 4 ] ) .
BenTON , Au nst 29. Secretary
Chandler will arnvo in the harbor on
the Tallapooaa about 11 o'clock to.
morrow. A party of prominent gen-
tlornon will , by invitation of Collector
VVorthington , go down in the cutter
Gallatin to meet him ,
Special Dispatch to ' 1MB tin ,
CLEVELAND , Ohio , Angust 29 ,
Sparks from a locomotive set fire to
night to the Boo lino's oil sheds on
the ilita. Three hundred barrels of
refined petroleum stored there burned
furiously and flawed all about in
blazing streams , consuming a saloon
and boarding house near'by , belonging
to MM. Elsaeser , and firing a train of
fifteen cars loaded with petroleum ,
which also burned , together with ton
othei freight cars which were empty ,
The burning oil run down a catch
basin into the sewer , and flowed un
der Soranton avenue in the river a
distance of several hundou feet , and
set fire to the schooner Jamec Wade ,
of Sandusky , which was damaged to
the extent of $300 before towed to a
place of eafoty and flames extinguish
ed. Total low approximated $30,000 ,
RED OAK'S LOSS.
Her Now and Elegant Op'ra
Hou B Destroyed by Fire.
insurance Sixteen Thousand
Special Dlopitchci to Tun Him.
RED OAK 11. August 29. Bishop's
now three story brick opera house was
completely destroyed by iiro at two
o'clock this morning. The origin of
the ilro is unknown but ia supposed
to have boon caused by the colored
( ires used in tbo play of Rip Van Winkle -
klo , which had bcon played the ovi-n-
ing boforit. The building was insured
for twelve thousand dollars and the
stock of furniture , for four thousand
dollars. MoWado's Rip Van Winkle
lost nil their bacgntio and handsome
wardrobes. The building was completed
and opened just about one year ago ,
Special Dlspa'ch to Tat Bun.
BROWNSVILLE , Tex. , August 29.
Seventy-two now CISBCS and two deaths ,
both Mexicans The few cases among
the troops in Fort Brown are doing
well. There are aover.il cases at Point
Isabel and two at Tnmpico. Refu
gees died recently with fever eighty
miles from hero , ou the way towards
Corpus < hriati. Savon deaths in
Ma'amonis ' , with a few now cases.
Tin Froidrmt'H Movements.
Sfecial I ) iuttli to THE HXK.
NKWI'UHT , Auguat 29. The presi
dent was to have litft for Black Inland
this nu.rniiiu with a prty of austs on
the United StatiM atfamur D tputch ,
but uhilo Btemn waa being gotten up
a part of thu mucliiiiery broke , and it
will take three clriys torcpiir the dam.
ttiGB. Thu piFBidunt dined with Mrs.
Puia Sevens and party of guests
NKWPOUT , 11. I. , August 29--Prcsi-
dent Arthur was tendoiud .v dinnur by
Mrs. Para Stevona , of Now York.
Among the guests wore Sucre ury
Frelinghuyson , Col. .Joromo Nupo-
loon Bonaparte , of Baltimore , and
A PelT for the B & M-
Special D.epatth to Tins lnr. )
CHICAGO , August 29. The Chicago ,
Burlington & Qjinoy to day took an
other short cut to Dunver by the com
pletion of a cut-off Jino from divert
to Toouniseh , Nebraska , which con-
uocts thu Atoliieoa and Nebraska sys
tems. Contracts will ba lot at oncu
tor the extension from Tecunwh to
their main Denver line , which , when
completed , will rnuke another consid
erable saving in th distance of thuir
through fast line from Chicago to
A. Strike Settled.
Special Ulnpatch tu TIIK Unit.
WiLKJiSiuuitK , August 29. A con-
foienco was held to-duv between
the striking miners of the K'tipiro and
ElaUpnback mines and contractors ,
and it was decided that the miners re
turn to work at thu advance of wages
Epcclil Dlipatoh to Ins Dm.
KANHAH CITY , August 28. Reports
from points throughout Ktnsaa indi
cate a fine corn yield for the atato not
withstanding sectional rnports of dry
weather. In Western Kansas , corn
has boon seriously damaged by drouth
but the yield of the state cornea from
the great corn belt extending from
Central Kaunas eastward , and their
crop is fuio , being beyond the reach
of drouth and nouo will bo lost ex
cept some of the curly planting which
proportion is comparatively unim
portant , lit this suction also recent
showers have greatly aided the ad
vancement of opecial crops which gen
erally proniixu well , excepting thu
western part where they have Buffered
moro or Joss with the early corn.
Careful estimatesconaidorono hundred
and fifty million bushels moderate fig
ure * M the apparent com yield for the
SIR GARNET'S ' GLORY.
"Wo Ohargeft Them on the
Flank and Sabered a Con
siderable Number. "
The Enemy Driven From Ditch
to Ditch , According to
Qrapbio Description of ft Moon
light Battle nnd U Oav-
alry Ohnrgo. _
Arabi Personally Witnesses
the Complete RoutofHio
Tlio Greeks nnd Vnrl * f < ? unuK\irnto
u Small Wftffm the
A Vnat Amount of Important NOWB
From tbo OldWorld.
Dlipiitc'ioi to Tim BBK ,
AN IM1'OHTANT KSOAOEMKNT.
POUT SAID , August li-Last ! ) even
ing thu Arabs attacked , the British
position at Kaasasin and were re
pulsed with heavy loss. The British
lost 120 men , eleven -of tbo enemy's
cjuns were captured ,
IHMAILIA , August 28. Major bul
lock has proceeded to the front tak
ing his proviains and bavgapo on cam
els in order to bo independent of the
commissariat. His orders nro to advance -
vance with the most ridvanced guard
always fueling the enemy so as to keep
Gonural Wolsoly constantly advised of
their luoveintn B and position.
LOMIOX , Aug. 29. Ocn. Wolsley
tolt'gr.iphs from Inhmalia nt 1:10 :
o'clock this morning as follows : I
have just received * news from the
front that Gon. Graham was heavily
attacked last evening by a hirgo foica
of Egyptians. The Britten caviilry
from Mahsamoh wont to his assiitauco
aud ho has had a brillUnt success , tak
ing cloven guns. Only a few British
were killed , but over 100 were
wounded. I am just ubout to pro
ceed tj the front.
A BKIUMtSII 11V JIOONT.IOHT.
LONDON , August 29 Gun. Wolaoly
tclcfgrophod from * ruwaasin Lock.
"Major Gon. Grtilu.ni , commanding
this post , wan attacked yesterday
eveninu by about t < vulvo guns and
eight battalionB , Oar men behaved
extremely well and inflicted severe
Jens upon the onomy. At flint Gun.
Graham liad but fbo guns , two and u
half battallions , and , a small detach-
jnontfltoAiilfyftod mounted infantry.
" * * "
"er battalion ,
Sir Baker Russell , charged iboni in
the Hank , Bftbering a considerable
number. The cavalry was well hand
led by Major General Drury Howo.
Arabi Pasha waa on the field during
the action. The cavalry charged b >
moonlight but wuro upable to pocuro
the rebel gunn , which the enemy with
drew during thi night. They loft however -
over , all their ammunition. Our
killed Ivro Surgeon Major Shaw , eix
mariners nnd ono infantry eatgcnut.
Tiio woundou uro ono major , two
captains , two houteiiantti ana titty-six
WHEII MOUNINO OAMK ,
great excitement prevailed in our
cimp at Kiiaaasiin , in count quunco ut
the Egyptians showing thunmi-lvey n
foicu in various direction * . Genera
Graham presently sent Major Hart
with an escort of mounted infantry
under command of Lieutenant Pig itt
to aecoctuin the ntrength und i-xaoi
position of the enemy , Mujor Hart
proceeded in the direction of Tel-el.
Kebir , and had gonu forward t < v <
miius , when the onnmy opmiod fin
with two guns. Lieutenant Pigott
dismounted his moil , and returned eho
fire briskly , his men holdit f ,
their ground well for oomo tune ,
though eventually they wore obligor
to re tire upon our camp At 1 (
o'clock 4 000 Bedouins appeared 01
our right mid front , extending two
miles , but upon our guns opening Iiro
on them they retired. About 'J o'clock
their infantry advanced in open order
upon our left , bringing up eovora
guns , which they placed at short ( lit
tanoua from each other , nnd pros
untly they showed several pieces
of artillery on our right
Our guns opened fire and our met
turned out to f ice the at'aok.
THE FIUIIT NOW WAXKI ) WAHM
and during thu whole ufcurnooii tlu
gillant little garrison mare a good do
tunso. Moimwhilo thu cavalry , whicl
which wns five mile * in our roar , hat :
been twice signalled by Gen. Grahan
to support him , and had advanced ul
moat to our position without otic mil
toring the enemy. By 7:30 : p. m the
whole forcn , confuting of the First
and Second Light guards and ilorae
guards , Seventh dragoons and Nine ,
tooiith Ilusaara with fqur gunv , went
out to succor the troops at Kassaasin ,
Tlio march hud to bo made very cau
tiously. Thu moon was rising anil
showed n little army of horsemen to
strong advantage as they passed over
ahingly ground , the clankin of their
sworaa Hwellmg musically through thu
uir. Col. Stewart , who directed the
Ciiuruo of thu brigade , disposed thu
men so excellently that ho was able
to pilot thiiin safely to a point of con
tact without comii g under thu fire of
the guns which wuro then pounding
Kassasfcin camp. Ho lud the way
along the ridge with the idea of out
flanking the enemy and turning his
position. Col. Russell brought his
men over four miles of heavy ( 'round
so that by 9 o'clock , when they
lilontly halted on the stay line , they
were BO close to the Egyptians that
HUKLIX WKNT OVKIl TUEIlt-HKADH
in rapid aucceaiion , landing half
milo in their rear. From the position
the cavalry hod new gained they
could see the enemy close on the horizon
izon in very largo numbers , where
upon Col. Iluisoll d amounted the
cavalry and ordered thorn to open a
short musketry fire , but they found
that the enemy was closer than they
had anticipated. Tho.t Major-Gen
eral Lowe dashed up nnd pave the
.fords of commando ! "mount , " "form
in line , " ami "charge. " Scarce
ly had the works boon ut-
to rod when the Household
cavalry and dragoons rapidly obeyed
the order and with suppressed but
ominous murmurs owopt ou to meet
ho foa with drawn sabres and stern
determination. In a very few mo-
nontfl the horsuiuon had charged the
Miomy and. our guns having ceased
drill ) ? , mingled with the Egyptians and
and cut them up seriously. A conoral
rout hereupon ensued , Arabi's artil-
orymen getting their guns away while
lis infantry foil into a disordered
nftBS upon the banks of the cinal. A
'ew danhod into the water to save
thomsolvcs. It would bo diflicult to
linn was' now soon. Rutsol's horse
dead , but ho seized another and
A'foro the onomy's position was gain
ed was wall in front once moro. Tim
enemy foil back rapidly. Nor is this
: o bo wondered at when the race bo-
woon various rcgimonta of English
; avalry in considered in which the
Seventh dragon guards oxcrtod thorn-
selves beyond description to bo first
plying their sabros with conaidcr-
vblo alacrity. In this way our
position at KasRasain wna ro-
loved. Wo now command the
country loading to Tel El
Ivobir , Great bravery and pertinacity
were shown by the mounted infantry ,
and a detachment of the Fourth dm-
jootis were with thorn , Lieutotmnt
L'igott was wounded. All along the
line the I'rentost care had boon taken
to provide for emergencies , which
shows how judicious are the arrange
mcnta of General Wolaoloy.
roll SAKK OK KAIUNKSS ,
it should bo mentioned that the men
who took part in this gallant aohiovo
mont had worked for nearly 2-1 hours
on empty stomachs , but never dreamt
of grumbling. I ho horaoo had boon
without food the Banio length of time.
The British cavalry charged straight at
the guns , sabroing the gunners os they
passed , and cutting down the flying
infantry beyond them. The battk
was ended at a stroke. A econo ol
wild confusion ensued , Some of the
Runs wuro still firing , nnd bodies ol
infantry krpt up the fnsilado. Our
infantry at Kiesausin had a hot time
Hundreds of shells burst in tlio con
lined space. The shelter of tronchea
iifTirded insufficient protection. Thu
Egyptians camu on
WITH dUKAT HIlAVKllY ,
and in spite of the heavy fire of our
men were rapidly gaining ground and
would BOOH have rushed upon our o'-i-
trenchmont when the roar of our gum
on thtfir loft followed by the rush ol
our cavalry proved too much for thorn ,
and from thut moment they thought
only of flight. About 10 o'clock , tno
civalry caino back in high spirits
over thuir brilliant aohivomouts.
Many were missing in the darkness
but will no doubt turn up in thu
morning. Upon their return fron
pursuit they were unable to find the
guns over which they charged , bu'
these will doubtless bo discovered ai
A CHANGE 01' OOMMANDKUS ,
LINWW , August 29. The Time
aaya : Wo may soon hear that Mujo
Gi-neral Sir Edward Burnley has been
niderrd to remiivo fiom Altxundrin
and that ho will bo replaced by Genera
Harmnii. lately asaiatant adjutant general
oral in Ireland.
A I'KAOI ' ! COMMIHHIONr.lt.
POUT SAID , Augunt 29 Sultai
Pa lm arrived hero. It ia undeiiuooi
ho will onstall repruauntativo of th
khudive in thu districts aucccusivt- ] ;
i osiipiod by the British , na his in
flicnco with the natives is great
llopua nro entertained that thia wilde
do much to picify the country.
KILLI d J1UTINKKHH
ALFXANDUIA , August 29. Those
iilloat in the harbor to-day mtnessut
an unusual sight the keel-hauling o
tliruo Arab sailors on board the E yp
tiau friuatu Souda for mutiny. The ;
wtro first 11 > gged , and then tied to u
rope and hauled up to the port yard
irm They were thori dropped mtt
thu sou drapgud under the keel un <
hauled up to the starboard arm. Tlio
were norm dead.
CONHTANTINOI'1,15 , All lUt 29 , TIlO
text of the inilitury convention was
drawn up and uureud unon to-diiy b ;
Luid Duutiriii und the Ottoman plant
potentiiiricB It will probably bo for
mally signed within u few days.
I'OIHONKI ) .
ALEXANDUIA , August 29. Doubla
IN ! ) * WHH pulaonod ,
LONDON , August 29 , A diapatol ;
from Imimilia states thut firing begat
on Monday ovonine between the ud
vnncud posts of the enemy of the
CoNhTANTiNortK , Aug. 29. A Gor
man ullicer in the I'urkitih sdrvico wa
present at the sitting of the counci
when thu signaturo' the military
convention was finally discussed , am
ud viatd the acceptance cf the Englisl
ALKXANDIIIA , August 29. The report
port of the dtuth of Toulba Poaha is
TIIK KNEMV hTUBNOTIIKNINCl THE1I
The enemy aru still strongthoniiif
their lift. They sent out an armoroc
train auxin last ovoning. The man
of war Minoutor shifted her positipi
to about 1,000 yards nearer Aboukir.
General Fouts hau jjono to reconnoiter
OUAllDINU TUB CITADKL.
POUT BAID , August 28. Yusurl
Bio , who recently escaped from Cairo ,
asserts that the Turkish and Circas
uian residents of Cairo are being ,
Arrested daily nnd nro never hoard cf
again. Some of the Turkish and Cir
cassian Pashas , with the few Euro
peans remaining in Cairo , nro guard
ing the citadel They seem well pre
pared to hold their own until the
A } 'AUSE UUMOlt.
LONDON , August 29. The ropott
from Alexandria that General Wolto-
loy had arrived at Xngazig ia doubtless
AUAIIl'fl LAST KKSOHT.
ISMAI.U , August 28. Oflicors are
nulFdring from dysentery and aim-
strokes. It is evident that Arabi
means to mnko a stand at Kafr El
Dnrar , aa in the event of detent ho
could oacnpo into Tripoli.
riiiED INTO nv imnouiNs.
The boat supplying the post on the
canal with provisions was tired on by
[ icdouins near hero to-day nnd four
of her Multeso crow were wounded
and the boat plundered.
GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.
U11OLKUA IN SATAN.
MAIWID , August 29.A cable dis
patch from Yokohama atnto that out
of 775 cases of cholera within 20 days ,
at Yokohama , 572 cases proved fatal.
At Tokio about 80 cases and 50 deaths
ATTACKING : OURECE.
ATHENS , Aug. 29. Yesterday morn *
ng the Turkish troops attacked the
1 rocks nil along the frontier from
X jorbas to Dogam Fighting was con
.inucd to-day. The Greeks lost four
dllod nnd ton vtoundcd.
CONSTANTINOPLE , August 29. II
Condotirites , Creole ambassador , represented -
resented to Said Pashn that n collision
was provoked by the violation of
Greek territory by Turka. Said Pasha
replied that lost month n detachment
of Greek troops crossed the frontier
ind cut telegraphic domniunicatlon
between a Turkish military ponl and a
village. The Turka , requiring sup
plies , were compelled to pass
through part of Greek terri
tory. The Turks were opposed
and fired upon by Greeks , and
retaliated by driving off the latter.
The pnrto has telegraphed to its min
ister at Athens , instructing him to
malto representations to the Greek
government insisting upon the cessa
tion of hostilities.
Till : I'OKTE NOW INSISTS
that Turkish troops shall bo permitted
to laud at Alexandria , and urpcs that
Alexandria shall uorvo as u common
base for British nnd Turkish opera
CONSTANTINO ! ' ! . ! : , August 29. An
other engagement took place at Mura-
lik , Dorvond , last night , nnd the
Greek a were again repulsed. To-day
the Greek * , with nrtillor } ' , inado n
third attack , the result of which is
THE manor HETTKU.
LONDON , Aug. 29. The physicians
of the Archbishop of Canterbury an
nounce a mitigation cf the worst sym-
toms of his illness.
THE CORKAN THUONE BEIZEI ) ,
LONDON , August 29. The Jatost
tolcgrams'from Ooroa ntato' that the
undo of the king has seized the
THE milBUIAN 1'LAUUK.
ST. PuTKiiBiiimo , Aug. 29. The
Siberian plague is appearing to at
alarming extent in the most widely
settled quartoru cf European Russia
Ono death from the disease occurred
HIE DlHAlTECnUI C'ONSTAIIULAIIY.
DUIILIN , August 28 , The people o
Limutickhavopraotically bucomo their
own policemen ; a largo majority of the
constabulary having refnied further
duty. The men nscribo the blame for
the whole trouble to Clifford Lloyd.
COHK , August 28 Tolegrama in
quiring what day will bo fixed for tlu
resignation of thu constabulary in n
body : uo pneaini ; between the dilleren'
Btations in different parta of the coun.
try.A largo number of men raado inqui
riea ut various emigration offices to
The opinion is prevalent that hundreds
drods of men of tun year's service anc
under will shortly resign.
LIMEUIOK , August 28 There have
boon thirty resignations from the con
Btabulary in consequence of thu dis
missal of five nub-cunstablo.i. The
inspector goiiorul in ado an attempt to
address the inon who have resigned
but they refuted to liiton. The city i
without the usual police on beat to
llEl'USKI ) TO UK-KNTUt.
. . . . , . . , August 29. The dis
constables , on the hearing o
I ho petition which had bocn sent tc
Lord Rpencer , declared they woulc
not iu-oiitor the force under any con
LIMEUIUK , Aug. 29. All sub con
stables who resigned have withdruwi
their resignation at the request of tlu
inspector general , satisfactory explanations
nations having been given in regan
to the dismissal of five constables.
KIUKIIAM'H KUNKUAL ,
DUIILIN , Aug. 29. The remains o
Chariot J. Kiokham , fonian , were removed
moved to Tiiurlos Sunday night Per
mission to allow the coffin to romait
at thu Cathedral was refused. There
was no priest in attendance to per
form the funeral ceremony.
CUJIAN TAX EH ,
HAVANA , August 29 , A royal ordo
is published conceding to the province
of Puerto Principe u reduction of tlu
direct tux of HO pur cont. for fivt
years , and to the town of Victoria di
Las Tunar tota exemption from rea
cstato contribution and a reduction o
the industrial and commercial contri
buttons of 05 per cent , until Juno 150
1880 , These concessions are subjec
to the approval of the Spanish cortos
PnKNCU WHEAT ,
PAIIIS , August 29. The annual report
port of the wheat crop shows it ia ox
sellout in twenty departments , good it
forty-five , fair in cloven , poor in nine
and bad in ono , that of Corsica ,
& DORMANN ,
( Saooessors to Fred Lang. )
WHOLESALE it RETAIL
3ur success is duo to our Rood goods
nnd low figures. Wo always keep
FRESH STOCK ,
consequently our cuatomors can pur *
ohaao of us only froali good ; .
WE SELL EXTRA
$1,50 per 100.
[ a the only flour that uivoa general
satisfaction , and wo daily receive
proofa from our customers
that.it makes WHTTEST
Being the only pure and healthy arti
cle in this market , and which is
recommended by the most
cololubrated chemists. Wo
Wo keep CALIFORNIA SUGAR ,
which ia pronounced to bo the
purest nrticln over brought
to thin market. Wo also
keep the best brands
of bYRUPS nnd
St. Dormann ,
WHOLESALE , t RETAIL
WINE AND LIQUOR
Wo keep but pure and hcaltay Roods ,
free from any adulteration. Families
mint ; such goods for medical purposes
should give us a call. Wo make spe
OLIIE1' , ANGELICA ,
PORT , SHERRY.
Wo also keep fine lota of 'imported
COGNACS RHINE WINES.
These goods you can buy of us fresh
and cheap. We always keep the
best quality of
And all other varieties in largo quan
is cordially Invited to give us acalj"as
wo can oasuro all satisfaction , ' '
HEIMROD & DORMAMN ' , * '
Corner 13th aud Jackeon8U.
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