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[ TWELFTH YEAR. OMAHA NEB. , THURSDAY MOILING , AUGUST 3 , US : O .
rightful Slaughter of the
ktians by the lift Guard
( W Cj fV
led Out of Somblnnco to
iTlie Eebel Chief Concentrating
Ikia Troopu at Kebir for
Grcoli Army RnsMntr to tlio
Border to Kepol tha Tnrbi *
[ Brospects of Another Revolution
JBpec'al Wfpato ei to Tnr. Bun.
TUB KWUSSIN F1011T.
LONDONAugu t30 Wolsuloy tele-
fgrapha from cavalry headquarters
Mahaamoh camp , Tuesday , that only
jtho Household cavalry and Seventh
j'dragoon guards were seriously engaged
in thnfuhtnt Kxssaasin Lock. Tlio
tonnur had three troopers killed and
ight wounded. The guards hail two
J MAIUUMKU , August SO Tn the
itiht ut Kaaauisin the majority of the
gyptiax infantry fell on their faces
to avoid bmn ( ; slushed up the Life
guards' swordo. Many thus escaped
iwho would otherwise have buon struck
fdtown. Oorpaea of Egyptians , were
fiprcad over n milo ud a half of
' round. An offijer who was prtsont
lys the cavalry charge was ordered
IP the purpose of Bavins the positions ,
ammunition had run short. Cora-
lUnieatiou has been established to
wlaliuU by telegraph and thence to
rtho advanced front by Heliotrope. A
' prreapondont who wont ovur the
' " [ "round to-diiy ( WYdnotdij ) aajn :
_ , TUE SUEM5 WAS IKIUlllKLI !
[ beyond description. Tliu bodies of
[ the Egyptian soldiers were hacked and
' lashed almost out of HCinblaucu to hu-
janity by the long broad sworda of
ftho guards. Ode young ollicer still
leld an unliyhted ci aroito uutifToued
inperc. Two of our uuiirdamen lie
lead in the tent nt Kassjwimi , muti
ied ia aiich t manner aa will bring
fvorlualiiis ; dicgraco upontlui Kpptiau
Lrny. The work done by household
ops deinonHliiitufl the power of
.eo ponderous horsemen KgiiiiBt nn-
liaciplined foot solditrs , or oven g-tod
" , when taken by surprise. Thu
ugUrds burat like MI avalanche on thu
ftjinid muokutuers , some of whom fired
| wter the troops , who returned und aa-
"od them. Oar men were much in-
. . . . &tfcrt by the harrassinc attacks
fcmade upou them during the day.
, August 30 Arabi Pasha
KOiug his utmost to block the Sutss
al. A telegram from Arabi to Blah-
nd Tohmy , ordering him to induce
Bfdouiua at Kantara toeffeotBtop-
ge there , was recently intercep-ed.
lnaa been learned from prisoners
Fthat Arabi Pasha was present
& at the action Monday , but did not
Make command. The troopa which
/attacked our forces did not corao from
iKafr El Dwar , but from Tel El Kubir.
tThey were strengthened by the First
fregiraent of guards , consisting ot
'three strong battalions from Cairo.
,0ur , horses suffdred severely from
eltort rations , bard work and heat.
'Cairo is entirely denuded of troops
. ALEXANDIIU , August 30. Oherif
fPasha , the new president of the coun-
fcil , has issued a circular drawing the
attention of foreign consuls to the ira-
| inonso influx of the low cbss of population -
| lation He naya , in consequence of
Rtho ocarcity of water and the lack of
employment , stepa must bo taken in
jjorder that public security shall not be
I imperilled by the influx of people
rThorefora , persona hnmig no fixed oc
' cupation or visible means of sub-
i aiotonco tfill not bo allowed to land.
r DKiA , Aug. 30. Connidor-
able fears uro espressod ai to the pos
sible result of departure of High
landers. Reioforcementa mo aiix-
ioualy looked for. An electric light
baa been placed in Fort Meka. Arabi
Paaha appears to have finished hia
tronchoa on our right and sooma to be
making a third battery nearer the
.AJ.EX.AMWIA , August 30 , Arabi
Paaha is stronly fortifying hia position
Diinanhour. All waa quiet ut Cairo
up to thu 20
Gon. liawley with a brigade of
Highlanders from Ramloh , is now em
A Greek iron-clad loft for Volor , in
consequence of the collision between
Turka and Greeks.
Much uneasiness is felt owing to the
existence of cholera on board the
vessel now coming to Alexandria from
THE LIFE QUARKS WOBK.
IfljiALiA , August 30 , It ia believed
that Arabi Prtaha brought up his in
fantry by train from Kafr El Dwnr ,
for the attack on the Britiah at Kaa-
saaaou Lock. The Britiah artillery
fire waa moat effective , and prevented
the enemy from advancing in close
order as they apparently ut firat in
tended. The loose formation of the
enemy gave an opportunity to the
cavalry , The life guards caused fearful -
ful havoo among the scattered fugit
ives , A train of woi ided Britiah is
now on its way to Isu alia.
COMMUNICATION US rABLISHED.
IBMALTA , August 3t , The British
have now nearly established their line
of communication with Tt-1 El Kobir.
The railway along the route in nearly
completed one several trains have
already been sent forward. Gen.
Wolseley and his entire army rein
marching to the front.
A 11AKQUET TO DE LHSBErS.
PABIH , August 30 , At a meeting in
Grand hotel a scheme proposed by
GUulnia for n banquet to DcLruuepg
wnsdiscursed. About forty members
of the prcfB were present. Arrange-
monte for the banquet were placed in
the hands of a committee with tujunc *
tions that it must bo non-political and
attended only by Frenchmen.
GENEBAIi rOaEION NEWS.
Special Dlfjutchoi to Till Um.
PARIS , Auctnet 30. Engineer Melville -
villo , of hto Jeannette survivors will
start for Liverpool to-day on his way
homo. Lieut. Berry who-commanded
the lodges will remain a fow'doys.
FATAL HAIL ,
VIENNA , August 30. A hail ntorm
occurred near Pcsth Monday destroy
ing vineyards and tnnizo fields , ' and
partly demolishing fifty houses. Many
workmen were killed.
THE OIIKEK now.
ATHENS , August 30. Additional
troops have been ordered to the fron
tier , where the government haa de
termined to concentrate 4,000 men
immediately. This number will bo
sufficient , if the movement of Turks
is cnly instigated by the Turkish local
commander , but if the impulse ema
nates f om Constantinople the drug-
glo will prove oofious.
A Mexican Ropolnllou.
Spoal ! Dispatch to Tnr line.
UKRIIORILIO , Mexico , August 30.
General Crttdo , commander of the
Z me , accompanied by Er-Goveruor
Torres , are hourly expected in that
city with authority from thn Federal
government to supercede Governor
Ortiz and depriving him f all author
ity. It is said five hundred troopa ac
company the envoy to meet thia em
ergency Ortiz is drafting troopa in
all directions and threatens resistance
to the last extremity. It ia believed
that thia will preclpita o a conflict
which will load to a. revolution.
1 , Busted SHU Mnhors.
SpicM I ) spatch to TUB Unit.
NEW YOIIK , Aug. 30. R. H.
AdnuiB & Co. , silk manufacturers ,
thu city and P.iteHon , N. J. have
niido uasignincnt. The firm cauuicta
of Henry Adams and Peter House.
LiabihtifB , 8700,000.
Hpccl.il Dlepat.h la tut UEB
August 30 The re-
pub ic.ui contresaional convention of
thu Ninth Indiana district , held at
Tipton to-day , nominated Hon. G. S.
Orth for re-election.
jwclal Dlsp" * ch to Tun Bun.
KALAVA/.OO , Mich. , August 30.
The republican state convention reas
sembled thia afternoon. T. W. Pal
mer , of Detroit , was chosin chairman.
The platform.was adopted by on 'en-
thusidstio vote , without discu aion.
The plank on the liquor traffic takes
note of the fact that parties are not
agreed among themselves , and , calls
for Bubrr lesion of the question of pro
hibition to the popular vote. jO. 0.
Jerome was ronommated , receiving
SCLout of.o total of G92 vo artd
waa declared unanimously nominated.
The preaont lieutenant governor , Mo-
rcan L. Crosby , of G rand Rapids , was
renominated by acclamation ; secretary
of state , Harry A. Con-nt , of Monroe ;
state treasurer , Edward H. Butler , of
Special Dispatch to The Bee.
TocacN , Aug. 30 A Magdalena
special flays : Heasincr was killed on
the road from Hermosillo to Elploma ,
in Sonora , by his body servant. HOB-
sing had gone to Hermoaillo to draw
$2,000 to pay the hands in the mine
on raucho Gtibilan , and was proceed
ing without on escort. Hia servant
prob-bly shot him from behind , as
one bullet wound was found in hia
body and his head terribly mangled ,
as if beaten with o club. A reporter
was dispatched from Hermosillo yes-
terdcy to the acano of the tragedy.
News will bo received from him
within the next twenty hours. The
place where Hessiug was killed is a
long distance from the nearest tele-
grapli and particulars are difficult to
obtain , as they cin only bo brought
by messenger. The news of the homicide
icide first found its way to the public
through Governor Ortez , of Sonera ,
who considers hia information reliable ,
Frionda of flossing hero , however ,
distrust the intelligence and hope it
may prove unfounded.
Special DUpatch to TUB Um.
CHICAGO , August 30. A4 nn early
hour this morning Washington Uorf
ing received the follorHi ? telegram
from the vice consul in Gunnmua , in
response to his inquiries concerning
thu reported murder of A. C. Heali 1
"Los ANOELOS , Cal. , August 30-
The Tucson Star's news that your
father was murdered in untrut. Let
ters from Sonora are on route ,
( Signed ) "II. BAUTNINO. "
Washington Hcsing has a
theory that the report of the
murder of hia father arose from the
confession of relationship and that
the real victim was his nephew , who
hadfalwdyajmado tholrip to Uermoaillo
to get funds , und who greatly re
sembled the elder Hosing , IlcBinj ;
had on understanding with conKUl
Willard and vice consul Barlning to
forward any news , good or bad , from
the ranch ,
Trial of Patent Stock Oars , a
Speclil Di patch to Tn B Um. t
CHICAGO , August 30 , Twenty-two B
carloads of cattle left tbo stock yards c
to-day on a special train for New c
York over the Grand Trunk and Erin
road in the patent cars of the Mont
gomery pilace stock car company ofd 1
Now York. The cars are so arranged ;
that the cattle can be fed and watered
in transit without unloading. They
are supplied with water at the same
time the engine is taking water at
stations and food is let down while
the train ia moving from bins in the
top of the car. The trip will be made
inside of fifty hours instead of deV
days. Though the animals are put in
compartments the loading was effected
in nbout the aamo time on upon ordi
nary stock cira. A Pullman coaoh
was attached GO the train occupied by
Hon. Sylnn Suhlnc , rnilrond commis
sioner of Ohioj Mr. Hum , represent
ing the Illinois humane society ; nfli-
cero of the cnr company and othoriy
THE KEWANEE CROOKS ,
Or , ' the Particulars of a Pofcoi
Game aiul tlio Division
of tlio Pot ,
Revolutions That Aatounda
Village Society nnd Busta *
the Sunday School.
The Lender Cnoblorod nnd Hnrrlod
to Jail to Moot Hl Mutes.
Other Kinds of Crlrao.
The Captured Bn.nli Kabborn.
Ererlal D upatch to Tun llr.B.
CHICAGO , Aug. 30. Wm. Pinkerton -
ton , head of the Chicago branch of
Pinkfrt m'o Ddtoctlvo Atjonoy , ar
rived thia evening from Kowanvo. Ho
aiys cashier Pratt made a full confes
sion , nnd took him tn the spot in hia
father's barnyard where ho had buried
6,000 in uold , taken by him the day
before the robbery. Pratt lays the
blame nt the door of Dr. Scott , who ,
ho anji led him astray , taught him
to plaTpnker , etc. . Pratt ia the son
of the Ivowauoo postmaster , 'is nj
teacher in n Sundiy school , nnd wns
thought to bo above suspicion. IV
acorns now that forged checks to tho'
amount of § 15,000 were , paid by him
The allegation ia that Scott procured
the chock ? , Pratt forged \ the
signatures , nnd "Welch turned
them in , taking certificates
of deposit in ordnr not to excite sus
picion. In addition to th * SO 01)0
recovered from Pratt $3,500 wore
recovered from Welch , and the theory
of the detectives ia that this ia about
nil that waa token nt the time. Pos
sibly S 1,000 moro were spent by the
robbera. The belief la that Pr.ut
cooked up the hooka so us to make it
appear $20,000 were taken in order to
clear up all hia shortcominga at oner.
What firat attracted attention to
Pratt waa the finding of five toli-grama
from him in Welch's vnliso , and Scott
waa discovered by a cautioug letter
written by him to Welch at Peoria
and in Welch's absence op.'iicd by hia
wifa and turned over to the
doteotivcB. Dr. Sjott , arrested
in St. Louis Monday nii-ht ,
reached thia city lo-dny , and will bo
sent to Kowauou to-morrow. He alno
made n confession. Ho puts the blumo
on Pratt and Welch , Pratias the chief
instigator. Ho aliegeB that hu know
of the plot , but decided not to take
part in the robbery , and was jeered by
Pratt for cowardice. Ho says ho got
none of the money , and the detectives
believe the statement is true , and that
ho can only bo convicted aa uccosaory.
The detectives have been unable , thun
far , to get any clue to the fourth man ,
He and Welch got on the Rock Island
train at Cambridge.
Special Dispatches to Tine 11 KB.
CHICAGO , Auguat 30 , Sherman A.
Rccker , a biard of trade man , died
hero Monday morning , worth over
$1,000,000. A woman whom ho took
out of a houao of ill-fame four years
ago , and who haa lived with him ever
siuce , claims to bo legally entitled to
his estate , as ho has treated her nnd
introduced her to friends aa his wife ,
although they never were married. '
Another Chicago millionaire , who
largely contrails ono of the greatest
business interests connected with the
city , is bringing disc-race upon his
family by having seduced a sister of
his aon's betrothed. Ho ia now living
with the young girl at Saratoga , nnd
haa an invalid vvifo here.
Spocl l Dl-pitoh to Tint ! ! .
SAN FKANCISCO , AuguatSO. A Jof
ubasua dispatch nays that n band of
unknown Apaches raided the valley
early this evening , and it ia reported
have killed quite a number of men ,
women and children , amounting ii.to
20 in all. They have taken all the
ranches from Oalabaaoi to the line ,
and the people are coming into C.ilu-
basoa for safety. Joo'a band have
crossed the linu into Arizona and it ia
believed ho it ia who is raiding the
settlement. U.ipt. Madden command
ing Fort ITuachahua ia in pursuit ofM
thu indianit raiding the Santa Cruz
Vill y. Tno killing of Martinez and
family , yesterday , ocoured only 15
milus Kouth of the tragedies reported
Bpiclal Dupatch to Tiu Hits.
WASHINGTON- , August 80 The case
of Surgaant Mason wat again before
the secretary of war on the supplemental -
mental report from Judfto to
General Saitn , submitted y .
It ia understood SWAUU adheres to the
legal opinion that the proceedings of
thu court martial were irregular umi
that confinement under its sentence
Special Ulipitch to Tua EM.
HAUTI'OltD JIACKH ,
HAIITFOKD , Conn. , August 40 , Ton
thousand persons witnessed the races
at Charter Oak park this afternoon ,
the ! local attendance being largely
swelled by the Clingstone and Theme
contest. Many noted turfmen of the
country wore present , including Win.
H. Yinderbilt and party.
2:20 : class , Overman 1 , Moses Yel
low < Dck 2 , RiKolotto 3 , Indepen
dence 4 ; time , 2:21i : , 2:23J : , 2:23i : ,
Special race for 83,1)00. Edwin
Theme 2. I , 1,1 ; Clingstone 1,2 , 2,2 , ,
time , 2:18 : , 2:17 : , 2:21f : , 2:21. :
Third race , open to all pacers , if.ra
falo f Girl 1 , Gem 2 , Lucy 3 , Flora
Belle 1 4 ; time , 2:10 : , 2:19 : , 2:16 : , 2:1 :
2:21 : class , Olemmie G. 1 , Brandy
Boy 2 , Adell Gould 3 , Forest 4 ; time
2:23J \ : , 2:21i : , 223 ; | ,
THE MILKV V/AYF
D.iy's Wandering Ami1 the
Wealth of Wonderland
Si hto nnd Scenuu iu the ftrant
Exorbitant Dctnnnd * tor Toll by
tlir > Governtuont Agent * .
Sppc'ttl Corrcspondfnco of The B * .
V.rtu.o STONB NATIONAI PAIIK , Aug.
13. Wo camped near the government
headquarters for dinner. While wait
ing , I looked nbout nnd tuddo.nly ran
across an old crater , where , cvqt Iho
fiery fumes of n volcano , it i tut-forth
the mass of molten stone and earth
which wo have boon riding over all
day. The crater ia about aovonty-fivo
feet in diameter , and haa filled itaelf
with debris to within nn many foot of
the surface and ia now like a hugo
dry well. Before going further I will
explain that the Yellpffatoiio park ia
located on the top of the Rocky
range , nt nn nvorapo elevation of G-
450 feet and is GDiOo miles square. A
little farther from the orator ubovo referred -
forred to I found another , , though
now smaller , but a silver etctiniu of
water coming down from the moun
tain runs into it and diaappoar3witha
of ubjut thirty galloua n miu-
h a mmll lot ; building in which Capt.
P. H. Condor , no superintendent , and
nnd G. L. Henderson , na assistant ,
have headquartora for the dholurge
of the duty in caring for the park.
It nurmoiuitu the pmnnclo of-ahigh
peak und it ia a Sabbath day's jciirney
to got up there , i
I had the pleasure of mooting Mr.
Heiidoraon , who inaiatod upon my
payinir him § 35 per day for a compet
ent guide to tell mo the natni .of the
principal objects of importance ,
when I asked him for rt coido booker
or map , which I nuppoaod pur good
moral government had furnished thn
touriata , and especially thu presa ,
tliink if the
AUT1101UTIES AT WASHINGTON
know how ahiftlcaa the oonvenionco
for travel and entertainment are in
thia glorioua country they would tftk
atepa to make the p.ivk acctiiaibltf , and
give oomu idea of what there wtta in it ,
without the people bei' g bored for ex
orbitant prices for a guide.
The moat forcible objiftt ono
sees on entering thu pjrk ia
the crystalizod sediment ef the
at the top of the mountain. Mineral
springs , which contain bicarbonate of
magnesia , ditto of Iiruo , each 40 per
cent , , with n solution of iron/and / sul
phur , are constantly ( towing flown the
mountainjpn fall of aomo 800 feet. At
the mouth of those sprint ! tii'o deposit
f Mra-jAinl , vvjnc-sit.S' , , = 'ilt'rA"1b . ll r/ . ( : m
orming around the edge , until it
aiaed the summits eovoral feet. As
ho 1 water overflows these basins and
uns down iho hill , the same deposit
las formed in waves all along , in
ings of irregular shape.
Thia deposit ia white , and covers an
ar.'a of several cquare miles. Occa-
ionally colors of yellow and red are
eon in streaks , cavsed by the sulphur
and iron. These colored streaks make
a fine contrast , of striking beauty.
Che edges of these waves resemble in
appearance a petrified sponge , but are
white. The deposit ia of about the
amo texture na cu tlu bone , Buoli as is
ed to Hong birds. It is insipid to
tusto , nnd crumbles under foot.
Near the spring these basins are
arger and aomu of them are about 30
eot in diameter , and the hot water
juils up in the center through a hole
as large as a barrel. Aa the water
ovei 11 jws other , though smaller , baaina
ire funned on the edge , and so on all
the way down to the toot of the moun
tain , covurint , ' the entire side thereof ,
forming atop. ) , the size of which are
regulated in proportion to the over-
law , from two indie * to six foot each.
Sticks , wire-work , horseshoes , or any
thing suspended in thia water for 24
fiourd will be coated with this depost.
The top of theao springs are steaming
nnd in eomo of them the water ia
very hot. I drank a glasi of the
water and it was very pleasant to take ,
though it fliuells strongly of sulphur ,
On looking about morn I wont down
to the aide of the ovoid iw , and the
round steps are all filled with the solu
tion to the depth of someinches. . Tlu
water riuea aa the deposit forms on
the edge in the
For four houra our party walked
upon thia white lornution , nnd finally
climbud up * on the tjp , sometimes
walking in water about an inch in
depth , as it iinda its crocked way
down , then on older piles of the same
composition , that hate "died , " so to
apeak. Those latter have evidently
cdaeod tt jwing on account of having
filled up su high that the si ream has
forced its way out at more convenient
In walking over the old piles o
"flour , " I notlco they nro moro soft
than the newly formed ones , on ao-
count of their being air slacked , which
gives them a grayer cast , but pearly
white , and as line as fljur under the
crust , and resembling pulverized or
air slacked lime.
The edges of these steps are jus
the shape thu ffator waves happonoc
to be as they sought their level in the
small ponds. The deposit forma only !
on the odqo , aa thu water runs over in
a thtn shoot and trickles down the aide
until it meets another stop The sidpi
of these baaina are alao variegated in
color at placet , while others are to
and assume the aatno general appear ,
ance of stalactites. Insects whicl
have fallen into this water have a gal
vanlzod coating of lime all over them
TUB MATUUAL PULrlT
is no more nor less than one of tlics
old deserted basins , with one aidi
broken through to admit the speaker
[ lender , if you c n imnginn a largo
itump , about ten foot in diameter nnd
tivnk < feet hiph , with the w eden part
akmi out , leavint ; tlio bark of nbout
ilX inches in thickness , and the bark
ootriQod or turned into limo , like a
plaitor of P m cant , then you have n
picture [ of the "pulpit. "
in r hucfo civo in thin uroat formation ,
im ia locxlcd near tlio eunmiit , evidently -
dontly cauaed cy thocaung inofioma
it the interior workiiiRB o ( thia hot
moss. Water from the highest spring ,
which haa formed the most snowy white
dnpnsit , was running into this civc ,
which is not acco'tsablo ' , and no doubt
cornea out ngnm lower down. Many
of theao i baaina nro Utilized na bath
tuba by the visitcra , though the wntcr
isi in moat cases too hot for comfort.
1 now atixiul nt thu MI mini t of thia
wonderful deposit at nu elevation of
8,740 foot , overlooking this broad
roa of "milk land. " Only think of
the whole oido of n mountain 2,000
Foot high covered with i hia formation
for a diBtnuco of at , lo .it three miles.
This deposit will form anything it
conies in contact with , and na the
florist cryataliiiea tlio graacs with n
solution of alum , no docs nature cry a
talizj all thinjrs with limo nud nuino-
sia hero. Iu faot it can bo formed
Into almost any desired deign. I saw
a high mass of it on the flata below ,
which roaomblod a big barrel with the
end Rene shaped and ntiindiiiK about
fifty feel high nnd ten foot in diame
ter nt the baao.
For n long time I wondered what
Imd caused thin strange freak of the
won'derlul composition. Finally I
discovered another baing formed by
water that waa conducted in troughs
from the spring in a horizontal ooursu
nnd droupud down on the top of this
liui ( i barrel , Theao troughs have to
boeleanod out froiuontly , aa the deposit -
posit spun fills them.
Having left our until nnd provisions
nt the foot of the mountain in of
.VJ 14 It M41 Ik All care * Jt
the cook , wo climb
ONWAUI ) AND UPWAKD
nnd I find iho limbi of old and dead
cedar troen ntickntf ; out of the _ old
lime deposit which Jus ruiMod , little
by little , until it covers thorn nearly
or quito. Several scrubby cedar trpun
nro now aeon in groups , growing
upon thu mountain of marble.
After climbing to the top of thia
formation wo contiwio to nacond
among the fir , pine and codnr to an
attitude of 10L'80 , foot , for a camping
ground , when wo cxpi'ct the turns to
A five miltt wall ; up the windinu
aidn of the mountain , wliort ) the eleva
tion ia about like going up a long
flight of ht.iins , is ono of the pleasures
of the Yellowntono Park , und to cap
the olinmx , the trip which ia niado on
foot , ia improved by the total nbaonco
of water. Wo fiuully como to a dry
lake that has grown full of rushes
and weeds , and wo camp for the night.
A growth of
covers thoao mountain tops , which
look , as viewed from iho valley , like a
young nuraury stocked with evergreens
from four to six foot high. .
< JIIB MOUNTAIN VUEH
Iso-add lo' the perplexities of this
outo. There are no accommodations
lore for anyone , and ono would not
tnow "tho Park from any other pare
of the mountain , except at places
where unusual objects are found , and
hose aw many miles apart.
The liquid within the pockoto of
hcso deposits presents n moat boauti-
ul gpectro when thu sunlight ia ro-
Icoted on it. In the largest basin the
water in the center , which had no via
ble bottom , waa a handsome blue , and
n the same vat allowed nil showed all
ho shades of blue und green as the
voter grow moro shallow towards the
> dge , whioh was in this instance over
aix feet down. Those saino ehados
alao appear in many of the smaller :
Auguat 14. I waa awakened from
.ho slumbers which follow a hard
doy'H work climbing around the
mountains by the call from
ho cook announcing break fust.
Upon crawling out from under
ny heavy blankets , I found the camp '
aglow with the beauties of a mountain
EH a rise.
up here is somewhat mixed. A heavy
ivorcoat is n moat desirable compan
ion in the morning and until about 11
o'clock ' , when ono needs no ' coat at
all. From this time until 4 p in. the
time can bo well put in fighting flies
and mouiiqiiitoa. After this time it
itrows colder very fast , and at night
( ivo cr eix heavy blankntsnro required
to cover the nleoper , Wo nil lay on
the ground and Bleep for keeps.
Thia morning the ica in the water
pail was one-fourth of on inch thick.
Towels and potatoes are alao frozen.
THK DILI. OF FAKK
torbreakfnat was sumptuous. Ham ,
coffee , warm biscuit , maple .syrup ,
canned fruit and orackcru , were all
eaten with A hourly relish. Indian
chairs and tablet * ure found wherever
wo camp. The boat of spring water ia
very frequently found nnd plenty of
wood la to bo had , Plenty of snow
lies to our right on the mountain only
a few steps from us and no higher up
than wo are.
The next twenty miles uro made
up und down the mountain
the moat of the way through a dense
forest of pine which grows as straight
as roods and aa thick aa in can grow ,
Fires have run through many portions
of thu timber , burning the btrk and
killing the trees , which fall over in
the coarse of time , filling the inter
spaces so full of polea and lofB that irn
pack inulo could not possibly got
are found which uro tinged by the
various minerals , and present all the
hues of the rainbow. Iron , sulphur ,
and calcium and their carbonates TIe
Several minor object * are passed ,
such as extremely high and bald head
ed peaks , banks of snow , Ac. , Ac.
Settlers inform mo that game is plenty ,
but none are soon. However , I awed
the track of door plainly imprinted
upon the sands along the road. A
stnuipo formation qulto different from
thit ubnvo described , is found seine
ten mikvi smith of the epringti nnd ia
known ns the
Here is n mountain of lava 2oO fcrt
above the road , with the west
or road eldo standing almost
n quito perpendicular. The lava
here presents n great contrast , nud
compriseinaiiy : different species of
molted granite , limfflione , s.mdstotip ,
oto , nil of which give the lava a dif
ferent color and ia found in Alrcnks
of all colon , many of them nuking n
striking ; contrast , The principal in-
nrodiont , however , is nnudatono , or
"cilica I "
, containing biottbonatu ol
iron , which nivca it n glossy appear-
mice , resembling blnok glaas.
Ono ( can stand nnd look nt this
mountain for n long time before hu
cat impress upon hia "camera" a pie-
turo of this wonderful mass of once
hoi and molted rock and earth. Oppo
site the Obsidian caacnde ia the
. . nuAViut LAKE ,
with tovcrnl be.ivcr dams ccrosa it , but
no traces of new work are neon. No
doubt the ntiimala hnvu nil boon trap
pet . Other interesting objucta are
pissed , such no purke , sprinyi und old
dried craters. Tlio parka nro level ,
open placea upon the mountain , where
no timber ia growing , nnd are covered
with a thick mat of green graas and
some insignificant wild dowora , nnd
large onoi'gh ' to make n lovely baao
ball ground ,
. Tno tprlngs are hot or cold water
bubbling up throut'h the ground. In
ono instance I noticed a smnll pond
where thu bubbles nro sami on the
aurfaco , coming up nt every squnra
foot of nurfuciC These bubbles are
caused by the escaping gia sulphur
uttod hyiltojjon , winch perfumua thn
atmosphere with the aroma of ' 'rotten
The ground ia indented nt many
placea along the road where once the
tin und smoke poured forth with
volcanic force , nnd oiiused these rough
and rugged ranges of earth nnd atuno
to bo piled up in nu almost indescrib
able ! inaiinur , Thoao holto uro nbout
oovcnty-fivu fool in dlumuUr , but thn
edges have cnved in by the process of
filling , whioh would muko them larger
UmtTthoy were when flowing. F.
'JTlio IVzuu Floods.
Special Dltpatch to THE Bun.
SAN ANTONIA , August 30. The
win a uro down und it la impossible to
get nowa ( rum the Ooncho lljoda. A
private letter loceived to-day confirms
everything na telf graphed. There ITO
nbout BIX inches of rainfall ull over
the north west nnd it ia oatnniited that
twenty-five thousand head of sheep ,
besides horaea , cattle und mules , and
sixty to Boventy-fivo persona were
awept away. The railroad track JH
washed away in many plaoea and
about fiifty houeaa at Laredo. Sunday
nearly six inches of waterfall did
creat damaao to the track of the
Mexican National road. When the
waters from ubovo Concha reach the
Rio Grande it is feared they will cause
great destruction. Abilene , on the
Toxna Pacific , several aheop men nro
nhnoat ruined , losing nearly their en
tire ' flocks.
fpoclftt Dljpttch to VinfliRit
CHIOAOO , August 30. The post
trader nt the Crow agency in Montana
arrived yesterday , and denies thu re
port that the Crows have boon depre
dating. They were never moro peaceable -
able tlian now. They are well fed and
clothed , and have no cause of com
plaint. Ho thinks the next genera
tion will take to farming.
Tlio Froildnitt'a Movomonti.
Spcclul DUpatcn to Tim Hsu.
NEWI-OKT , August 30. The presi
dent und a Jur o party visited the
training ship New Hampshire , nnd
were received by a national suluto
Afterwards he visited thu West Island
Two nt a Timo.
Special Dlipatch ( o inn 1B .
. . , . IlAVKiluiu . ; , , Auguat , 30. _ _ George . ?
wf i it ; * A .1
llogora , aged 50 , allot hia wife to-day
and thun shot himself. Both died.
No cause known.
Special Dlnpaicli to TUB il * .
EurourA , Kas. , August 30. The
douiooratio dtato oonvention nipt tills
evening , and temporarily organized > Isy
the election of Thomas P. Fenlon aa
chairmun , and after appointing the
usual buainess committee * , adjourned
till S o'clock. '
The convention reassembled at 8
o'clock. The committee on resolutions
found n difficulty in managing iua
temperance question , but the proba
bilities are that thu committee will re
port a strong anti-prohibition plunk ,
und that thu convention will udopt it ,
Tuo Corn Crop of tha Country.
EKtl | l 1)1. patch to Tim UK *
CINCINNATI , Auguat 30. The Cin
cinnati Pncn Current to-morrow morn
ing riil publish a eomprehoiiaivo re
port from special correspondents
showing the present condition and
outlook of the com crop. The editor ,
Charles B. Murray , states that returns
tor twelve of the western corn growing -
ing states promise un increased yield
of 400,000,000 buahels over last ar
and w small increase over 1880 , id
hut 100,000.000 buahels under 1870.
Taking thu increase of production this
year in the south and olaowhero , the
aggregate of the country promises teen
bo 50 per cent , greater than last year ,
or a total crop of 1,800,000,000 , buah-
els. Theau indicationa are baaed on
nn expectation of no seriously dam
aging frosta in September.
Bptclal DlspiU-h to Tiu JJ K.
BAN FHANCIHCO , August 30. The '
ropuohcau state convention mot today
day at Sioramonto. It waa called to
order by W , W. Morrow , charman of
the atuto central committee. Ex- !
Senator Booth was temporary chair
Adjourned until to-morrow.
Crook and Utaff.
bpccttl Dlipucti to Tin li )
KANSAH Oirv , Auguat 30. General
Croolc and staff passed through this
city to-night on route to Arirona.
HEBE CQiViES BILL.
Man of Many Millions
on Omaha by a New Route ,
Vanderbilt Buys n Controlling
Interest m the O. , St. P. ,
M , SS O. Road.
The MUitmri Pacific Decides to
Mntntnm Pool Rates on
Omahn Freight ,
The Knllrond Building Record for
The Glilcugo nnd Omnhn Road.
BpccUl tl p tch to TIIR UIK.
OinoAHO , Auguat 30. During the-
recent rise in the Chicago and Omahn.
stock tumors were current that the
Northwestern i was buying for control ,
bu the ollicors of the road denied it.
It is now learned that Wm H , Vanderbilt -
derbilt : wns the chief purchaser of
Ohicigo nud Omaha stock , and the
supposition ia that ho has scoured a
controlling : intorcat , which is prao- .
tically tho'samoaaif the North western
bought it , ni Vnndcrbilt haa the load
ing ( inttrost in the Northwoatorn.
Thia , move la taken to prevent the
Milwaukee it St. Paul from buying
thin road , The chief blocks of the
Chicago and Omnhn haa heretofore
been hold by friends of the Chicago &
Rock Island , in order to necuro ita
un trail co to St. Paul nn < l Minneapolis
in coao of eniorgtncy , but thia is now
rendered uunocossnry nitico the Rock :
Inland Blinreholdora secured control of
the Minneapolis & St. Louis , whioh
serves the same purpoao.
Special Dtipatch to 0 nil Dun.
CIUCAHO , Aug. 30. The Hallway
Ago figures show n groatcr number of
union of railway constructed during
the month of August than over before
in n nimilar period in the history of
the country. The total is 1,274 milen
of now train track , exclusive of aide
trick , laid on 70 difloront lines , ex
ceeding by more than 300 miles the
construction during July , which it
waa thought would not bo again vquul-
lod. The construction for eight
menthe of the present year on 23 lilies -
in 23 otntos han bion ; 7,048 miles of
main track. The construction for the
entire year is estimated at 10,500
iniU'S. The Inrgunt number of miltst
in 207 in lown , thu next 153 in New-
York , third 142 in Wisconsin.
Pottoron Corn nnd Consolidation.
Spocln.1 UhpaUh to TIIR Ur.s ,
GiiHuao , August 30. Mr. Potter ,
general manager of the Burlinaton &
Missouri , returned from a trip over
his road yesterday. Ho states that ,
although the prospects of the corn
crop in Iowa and lllinoio hayo much
improved during the Jaat few weeks ,
yet , with the continuance of the best
weather , ho does not anticipate moro
than o.holf crop. Should early froatu
act' in , the crop will bo very light.
\t. \ Pi > 0or nays , so far ns ho in
awarojtn1e'itfia"no * foundation : to the ; :
publishoa'TOport that .the Burlington
and Otntral Pacific were to bo consoli li
The MJtioarl Paolflo Faola.
Hpcclal Dlbpati.li to Tu < U .
CHICAGO , Auguat 30. OommiBsion-
or Daniels , of the Iowa pool lines ,
who hai been to St. Liuis to consult
with ofllci-ra of the Missouri Pacific
road us to the truth of the allegations
that the road was carrying froij/ut out
of Omaha at cut rates , says ho has
avunuico that whatever haa been
done in the paat , rates for the future
will bo maintained.
Connections are being completed on.
the New York , Chicago & Sc. Louis
railway between thia city and Buffalo.
An inspection train with ofliuyrs loft
hero ' for a trip over the line this morn
Poatofllco chanpca in Nebraska
during the week ending Aug. 24 , 1882 ,
furnished by William Van Vleck of
the poslofflco department.
Established Berlin , Otoo county ,
Abnor F. Owen , jwatniaatorj Fern ,
Sherman county , Tlioa. 13. Covorly ,
postmaster ; Reilly , Wheeler county ,
Win. Ileilly , poatuiaator.
Postmaatora Appointed Brewer ,
Holt county , Jonah F. Wilson ; Dub
lin , Boone county , \Vm. West ; Hebron -
bron , Thayi'r county , John , M.-Fitz-
patriok ; Howe , Nemaha county , Ed
win S. Wykcrt ; Hutnboldt , Richard
son county , Edgar S Norton ; Lawn ,
llolt county , Jusso W. E ton ; Limo
Creek , Dixon county , Irwin Oitlin ;
Olax , Cuator county , Ezra Starrs ;
Wi'lowdalo ' , Antelope county , DiWBon.
E. Btldwin ; Wolf Creek , Pawnee-
county , John D Ilansborry.
Established Aspinwall , Crawford
county , Edward F. Philabeck , P. M. ;
Astor. Crawford county , Alex. Ludlum ,
P. M.5 Finchford , Black Hawk coun
ty , Luxi Mills , P. M. ; Jamaica ,
Gutheno county , Smith Parmoiitor ,
P. Jl. ; Kunballton , Auduboii county ,
Hans J. Johnson , P. M 5 Yale , Guthrie -
rio county , Mrs , Mary J. Jlillor , P.
M. : York , Page county , Jacob Loy ,
Discontinued Little River , Dcca-
tur county ; Pleatant River , Cedar
Postmasters Appointed Cottage ,
Hardin , county , W. A. Caraway ;
Musquaka , Iowa county , Josophua
Pow ; Pattoraon. Madison county ,
Douglao MoBord ; Sheridan Centre ,
Powflhiek county , Mamie Foley ; Sumner -
ner , Bremer county , Ohas , Reluiier ;
Wendell , Ohorokoo couty , D. W. Mo
BpecUl Olipatcb to 1m U -
NBW OULBANS , August 30. The
Picayune's Pensaoola epeoial reports
fourteen cases of yellow fever thoie to
date nud two deaths. The diaeaao ia
confined to ouo district , embracing
four squares in the lower part of the
city , No cases west of PaUfax
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