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YEAH. OMAHA , NEB. , SATU.KDAY MORNING , JULY a , IT. -BELLICOSE BRITONS. JfliBy Figure Largely in Ante- iBelltim Events in Egypt , JjJJMarino Moustorfa" Ready to lnrk end Bftll the'Un crowned KhediVe. Commander of the Alox- ndria Forts Refuse's to . * * i be Humbled , , Telia the British Admiral o "Lot Slip the Dogs of "War" at Any Moment. [ Consternation in Ruasian Cir cles Over the Suicide of a Department Governor. [ IJeparturn of the French Fleet [ to Reinforce the Squadron at Alexandria. French Cabinet Decides to Tnlio n Hand ou Certain Conditions. | Ttio Irish Uoprcsslon Dill Passed by tbo House and Sent to tbo Lords. FOREIGN NEWS. | N tonal ! Associated I' CFS. SKOBELEFF IS HEAD. Moscow , July 7. General Skobo- lleff died suddenly in this city at 7 o'clock this morn in" . ST. PETEUSIIUHCJ , July 7. The con- Alternation caused by the sudden death "of Skobeleff is intensified by the tragic suicide of the director of the department of marine this morning. It is difficult to obtain nny reliable account of his death , but it is believed he killed himself on being confronted With positivu proofs ho was In close association with leadiiig nihilists , NIHILISTS. LONDON , July 7. D'apatches from St. Petersburg s' te that thu nihilists are becoming rampant anain. Tliu sudden death of Skobuletl' , nt Mos cow , after his recent appointment as military cjinniandor of the uistriot of "Wilnu , containing the largest popula tion in llussia , is believed by the people wns caused by foul means , nnd the anti German fouling is fiercely re vived. Reliable advices say the pre fect of police , after a long search , succeeded in tracing secret nihilist pa pers to n building occupied by govern- .vmont business of the department of . griioTnarlho , wad then.in found 0,000 copies of printed § nihilist circulars signed by Nicholas Constantino. The ' director of the department of the Ma'- rine blow his brains out when the copies were found. JEWISH OUTRAGES. VIENNA , July 7. Anti-Jewish out rages in Hungary are increasing , THE FRENCH FLEET. PARIS , July 7. The French fleet has loft Toulon to reinforce the squad ron at Alexandria. FKANCE REFUSES TO JOIN" . LONDON , July 7. Franco refuses to join the nostile operations to Alexan dria. French opinion disbelieves En- land will act. AHAI1I AND THE NATIONALS. The Times correspondent , nt Alex andria , denies that Arab ! and the Egyptian national party are identical , andsajs suppression of tlio reign of terror will show that nil honest , re spectable , wealthy natives oppose Arabius much as the Europeans , nnd "that the military party is composed of mon convicted of fraud , peculation , etc , , and th.it the real national party , composed of patriotic men , is com pelled to use Arabi's authority until other authority arrives to maintain order. Seymour's ultimatum com pletely stopped the construction of earth works. ' EUROPEANS REMOVING. ALEXANDRIA , July 7. The British ' /consulate has been removed outside ftho harbor ; also all Europeans have /removed beyond , leaving the harbor [ ' /'in the solo possession of the Hoot. ( FORCING THE FIGHT , ALEXANDRIA , July 7. The English consul general , speaking of the reply of RaghobPanha to Seymour's ultima tum , says it is unsatisfactory , All consuls except the English met to-day to endeavor to induce Raghob to give a more concililory reply. The English - glish consul declined to ask Seymour i , to atrreu to the proposal of the major- JJty. lois thought that the English nstructions are designed to force a > THK OONntENCfi ADVERSE. CONhTANTINOl'LB , July 7. TllO dentical note of the conference to the lorto advises the armed intervention of Turkey , limited to three months , and guarantees of future good gov ernment and indemnity for losses by massacre in Alexandria , and Abdur- rahuean Paaha , Turkish prime min [ uter , resign , FRINGE AND EGYIT. 'ARIS , July 7. The Voltaire soys French cabinet decided Wednes day that should England remain faith ful to the decision of the conference ffor a joint occupation of Egypt , Franca would co-operate with her. 'Should ' England invite Franco to coOperate - Operate independently , Franco ivould [ decline. Should England attempt to ; p'ettlo the Egyptian question alone , N Vance assuredly would intervene in ib interest of Europe. SEYMOUR DELAYH , . July ? . Foreign con- asked Admiral Seymour to defer ; bardmont , offering to use friendly VfSces with the Egyptian government. Ni 'Seymour advised the consuls to apply pjhe leaders of the military party , nnd to prove Iho loyalty of their protests by stopping the work on the fortifications surrounding Alexandria. Cl'F FOH KOYI'T. LONDON , July 7. Thr IJritish rosi- incuts left Mnltn to-dny for Alexan dria. ( THK SOUDAN INSl'RCir.NTS defeated the Egyptian army , under Juiisuf Pasha. Two thousand are killed or missina. Six catio.ia were taken , Tlio victors , under the false prophet , arc inarching on Sinnnrtr. TWENTY THOUSANDS I'OUNDS HEWAH1 > is now offered for the Pluonix park nitirdorcrs. THE REI'llESMOX DILL. In the house of commons this eve ning , the secretary for Ireland moved nn amendment to the repression bill , giving u [ > tlio tight to search domi ciles Curing the night unless secret tocotic3.iiro ! iiuepccted of holding meetings.1 * The conservativca opposed the ninoinlmcnt. Gladstone threatened - oned to resign unloca the amendment was adopted. On a division the gov ernment was beaten by 13 votes , amid conservative cheers. I'ASSED. LONDON , July 7. The Irish repres sion bill finally pasted the house of commons , and was last evening read for the first time in the house of lords. The cabinet meets to-day. Gladstone is disposed to withdraw hia throat of resignation made in the hcuao of com- linns last evening. Suictilo nt Fremont. SpcclM Dlipitch to The lice. FIIEMONT , Nob. , July 7 , Christ Gablcr , proprietor of the European llotel of this city , shot himself at 10:30 : this morning , causing instant death. Do went to a hardware store , bought a 33 culibro revolver , loaded each chamber , giving his bank chock for the revolver , wont to his hotel nnd deliberately drew the revolver and ad justed it to his forehead nnd fired. The act was committed in the front room of his hotel. lie was doing n prosperous business. The cause will bo brought out at the Inquest. CRIMINAL , NEWS. National Amoclated 1'raaa. MUTINOUd 1'UI.SO.VERS. ' CoN'om > , Mass. , July 7. Two more convicts in the state prison have been chained for noisy demonstrations. To-day was visiting day , but convicts were not allowed to see friends. All convicts nro now on bread and water. The ring loaders number about 200. Tha warden says the mutinous prisoners seemed to stand together against all attempt * to enforce discip line. THE PUIOE OF LirjI. MONROE , N. G. , July 7. Henry Krox , a negro of 12 yearn o ( ago , was .miirdarwl * -me.s.iinc by liuknow- person for ton ciints. His skull wan crushed. BUDGE AND DLOOD. RALIEGH , N. C. , July 7. Yester day Thomas Gardiner handed John Dorsoy a shot gun and told him to shoot the first person thr > t passed. Leroy Crafton was shot and killed by Dorsoy. Tlio men were drunk. A LUNCH OF LEAD. WINSTON , N. C. , July 7. Caleb Brooks , a negro , quarrelled with a nephew , Wash Brooks , about a lunch basket on the train. The nephew shot and wounded him. Caleb shot the nephew through the heart. A NOTED THIEF. PHILADELPHIA , Pa , , July 7. Chas. Langheimor , "immortalized" by Dickens in American Notes , was ar rested this afternoon for theft the thirtieth time. ITo lias lived forty years out of noventy in the peniten tiary. When last released u month ago , philanthropists arranged to pro vide for him for life. Tlio prisoner says ho ia bound to steal ns long as ho lives. JEALOUSY. CHICAGO , July 7. At the Jersey landing near Alton , last night , Edward O'Haro shot John Carroll in the back , fatally wounding him. He then rushed homo and fired two shots at his wife , inflicting severe wounds. Ho was finally overpowered and j lilod. Cause , jealousy. An Olfloor Shot Dead. S'atlorml Associated Preen , FARGO , Dakota , July 7. Policeman Mdinniui Attempted to enter the house if Mrs. Burklo last night in search of m escaped prisoner. Mrs. Burklo nistook the ( .Hicor for a tramp and ihot him dead. Bad Minister Shot- National Ataoclatod 1'ican. CINCINNATI , July 7. Rev. M. M. 3arry , pastor of the Second Baptist ihurch ( colored ) , was shot nnd badly ; voundod while prowling in the yard f f Roger Pearson. It is said ho had icon visiting a woman near the place , ; Saved from tlio Gallows. National Associated 1'rcoa. CINCINNATI , July 7. W. Belcham , L o have boon hanged on Friday , has lad his sentence commuted to life im- irisoninont. Amerlonii Stylo. atlonal Aiwoci&tcd 1'rcna. NEW YORK , July 7. The Egyptian duplications and fears of closing the iuez canal are expected to have the fleet of deviating Australian and Asiatic trallic for Europe to the route cross this continent , and the Pacific Tail steamship company cabled to-day p agents in Australia , China and upan to advance rates on freight , A Fatal Fall- 'atiunal Associated 1'resJ. WiLLiAiisi-ORT , Pa. , July 7Mr , nd Mrs , Isaac Bird was thrown from carriage returning from a funeral 3-day , and Mrs , Baird was fatally in ured. An Armed Guard atlonul Associated 1'iew. BOSTON , Maw. , July 7. In addl- 5 on to the ? 15,000 claims previously reported , the Olobo company has beer sued for § 200,000 , by Alfred Bornoy , in balinlf of the Economic Fuel com pany , for damages for use of the lat ter company's patent * . A deputy sheriff went to make nn attachment under the now claim , nnd found the Glebe company's building guarded by nmod men and torpedoes. SPORTING. NitloaM AiWJclntixl 1'rcsn. niuoiiToN nr.Acn UAOFS. Nirv YORK , July 7. The races of the Brighton Beach association con tinued to-day. First race , purse § 200 , all ngcs , three-fourths of si mile , wns won by M.iry Warren , Hob Tyro second end ; time l:17i. : " Second race , purse ? 200 , nil a < jo ? , was won by Ida 1J , Edwin A second ; time 1:40. : Third race , five furlongs , wns won by Brnmb.Ulcltn , Bride Cuke second ; time 1:03 : ? . Fourth race , Coney Island stakes , three year year olds , mile and u quar ter , woo won by Barney Lyon , Alta B second ; time 2:15. : Fifth race , purse § 250 , mile and n quarter over live hurdles , was won by King Dutchman , Harry 0 second ; lime 2:23. : IIASE HALL. PHILADELPHIA , July 7. Atlileticsl , CincinnrUis G. PITTSIIURG , July 7. Allegheny's 0 , Baltiuiorcs 8. HUGE TROTTING PURSES. ROCHESTER , N. Y. , July 7. At the mooting of the stewards of the grand trotting circle hero to-day the follow ing associations were represented : Cleveland , Buffalo , Rochester , Utica , Poughkoopsio and Hartford , It was resolved that the rules and regulations of the National Trotting association in regard to the entries nnd all other respects bo strictly enforced. The following special purses were oflorod by Cleveland , Buffalo and Rochester , § 4,000 open to all , and § 2,000 , to St. Julioii and Trinkett if they enter and trot in 2:15 : or better , § 500 extra to the fast est horse .rotting in 2:14 : ; § 500 addi tional to the above to the horse trot ting in 2:12 : or better ; § 1,000 addi tional to the above lo the horse trot ting in 2:10. : Ono-fouith entrance fee and ton per cent , on § 2,000 extra purse. The no record race was changed to a three minute race. COLUMBIA GETS THE TLVOS. NEW YORK , July 7.-R. 0. Wilson , referee of thn proposed boat race of Harvard nnd Columbia , ut Now Lon don , decides that Columbia in entitled to receive the Hags from Harvard , the latter having assumed n position not accordance with the agreement. Tlio Fi-ni ht Blooliado National Abaoclatid Press. NEW YORK , July 7. Conkling and other lawyers yesterday applied to Attorney General Russell to consent to postponement of the case of the morohnntatnjuz. to , compel railroad companion to forward froliL - later ! in consequence of the freight strikes , and when the case was called to-day in the supreme court counsel for the railroads moved a postpone ment till July 17th. The motion , not being opposed , wns granted. The workmen claim the delay is purely in tlio interest of the railroads , which will bo able to forward within ten days the freights now delayed. Business Failures. Rational Aftuociated 1'rena. NEW YORK , July 7. United States failures the past week , 100 ; cast 11 , West 37 , south 23 , middle 21. Pacific 13 , Now York City 4. Tlio Bankers' Convention National Avsoclatod PrutH Nr.w YORK , July 7. The executive committee of the American Bankers' association extended the time for send ing in papers to the convention nt Saratoga two weeks further , and n large southern delegation is expected as the questions for debate deeply alfects-that section. Woman's 'Wrongs Righted. National Associated Pruea. PHILADELPHIA , July 7. Jas. G. Hill , a prominent politician of West Philadelphia , was cowhided to-day by Mrs. C. P. Jones , a handsome young woman , for writing her nn obscene noto. Slip had been hunting for him day and night since Monday. Utah Courts. Vatlorml Asnoclute.l Pros * SALT LAKE , Utah , July 7. A couple of agents from the department uf justice , Washington , are hero in vestigating the affairs of the third dis trict court , with special reference to : the conduct of Chiet Justice Hunter ' ind his clerk , Col. Averill. Both have boon extremely unpopular with the bur , and the judges decisions were frequently criticised sharply by both awyors and proas. It is not known hatany formal charges have boon pro- 'errod against Hunter and Avorill , md as the special agent refuses to ' alk , it is impossible to learn the ex- ict nature of the inyestigition , but it s understood to bo in connection with igly but undolinito rumors circulated year ago that the court was inter- istod in mining matters hero , Tax Thieve * National Associated Preaa. PHILADELPHIA , July 7. A partial oport was presented by the city inauco committee to-day. It shows hat several thousand dollars of taxes ollocted by the sheriffs officials from 877 to 1870 were not returned to the ity treasury. SuoooRcful Striken. National Annotated 1'rena. BOSTON , Mass. , July 7 The long- hnremen employed by the Norfolk & Baltimore line struck to-day for an ticreaso from ! JO to 40 cents per hour , light work , and the company yielded , Notices of a similar strike were given u the Savannah and Philadelphia Qinpanica. Tbo Iron Strike in Chicago. atlonal AuoclatcdI're | s SOUTH CHICAGO , July f. Brsdloy Tyrranco , of the Columot iron and teol company , do not consider they will bent all nlToctod by the rcpnrlet compromise nt Bay View and some the Pittsburgh mills. They will noi gr.uit nny increase Mid nro ninKin" all preparations to do nwny with widdlon by reconverting the nulls ns trJV make steel instead of puddling. JBwiy of the strikers have loft ns Iho prospects of a resumption of work wijili ( ho union men Appears to bo vorv/ / Tlio Duelers ATLANTA , On. , July 7. llorf'oll nmi second have arrived. Lnmar hnq ftr.kf tl a now place bo fixed for Ihb uiicl. Ltowcll hns not yet replied. 4 MOitn ason.MONiiEonn.T5. Arrival of Nearly n Thousand Converts vortsAll Anxtoua to RoncUrjtuu. Now York World , .July 3. Tlio steamship Nevada of the Guion line , which arrived fro.'i Lir - pool yesturdny , brought the largest party of Morinun immigraiils which has come to this country in n mimboi of years. The party , which ia under the chnrgo of Missionary Irvine , numbers 1)22 ) persons , including children. Of these GtVJnro Scandiua- 2 Hollanders , 31 returning missionaries nnd 101 natives of Great Britain nnd Irolnnd. There nro a few others , one of whom comes out ns .x visitor. Among the returning mis sionaries is Dr. Ormsby , n prominent Mormon. The Mormons solid out ns missionaries their doctors , lawyer * , farmers nnd mechanics whoever seems beat suited for the work. The converts who arrived yesterday looked well nnd Boomed fully us intelligent as the nrdinniy immigrants. Some of the returning missionaries wore fine looking men. Missionary Irvine said that the mem bers of his party were nearly all pro vided with funds , although none of them were rich. Most of them were young nnd in the prime of life , nud they were earnest believers iu the re ligion which they had recently em braced. All were nnxious to roach Utah ns spoodiiy is possible , as it WHS one of the features of their belief that they should dwell together. Tlio number of hialca and females were about equal. Nearly all of them belonged to families There were come single women and nlso n number of young single men. No attempt had been made to secure ft larger num ber of women than mon. They had taken caro. however , lo bring no paupers nor nny person who would bi > likely to become such , The immi grants in this parly were thirty people ple , and would probably dr vi > in Utah. The Scandinavians wor 111. irly farmers , but a few of them wi""o fish ermen or mechanics. Thou from Great Britain were nearly nil mo- chanirs , but a few were turmuM There were about 100 children , who wore nbout evenly divided between the sexes. The imii.igrnntg were nil in good health on thi-ir arri val. One child , 3 years of tigo , died during the pansngo , nnd nn old ni'in , who'wna aomethintr or a crij'iU' ' , foil , Ilia hip so badly that lie will liivu toh sent to n hospital. The jnrly wil p.si through Castle Garden this morning , and will start for the Wes during the day. They will go by the Chicago & Northwestern routo. An other party of Mormon immigrants will arrive hero on ono of the Guloi steamers early in September. It wil bo much smaller , however , than the ono which arrived yesterday. A Now Sect In RiiBaln. Ono of the most appalling products of the fanaticism of the untaugh mastics in Kinata , The English Church nmn points out , is the oxtr.undinary ahapo taken by Russian sectarianism From time to time n nowspnpar cor respondent in St. Petersburg ur Moa cow sends a description of a new iect ! which lui'i appeared in Russia. The tent-la of tluwu otr.ingebodies of fanut ics seem , tor the most part , co bo n spucics of religious complement to the political nnd nodal tenets of the Nihi list ? . ' Perhaps the moat original nut startling of those eccentric phenomena in the ecclesiastical atmosphere o ! Russia is the sect of No-Nnochi ( 'Now our own ) or Mottschalmki ( 'Silonl People' ) . The former title seems to bo that which the members of this sect take upon themselves , while tlio latter is conferred upon them by their neigh bors , owing to the habit of the secre taries to refuse to answer questions put to them by outsiders , The No Naschi will allow neither their hair r.or beard to bo cut. ' ' 'hoy drink no intoxicating liquorj ; they will not jmokoj they refuse to honor the sa- srod pictures which piny such a part in the religion of the peasant , Like > ur Quaker , they address everyone ns 'thou , ' nnd will nut call even the czir by hia customary titles. In all points but one , they are severe ascetics , ttioy profess to aim at pure Idealism n their daily speech. Heiice they vill not speak of 'tea , ' but of Chinese IOHVOB , ' There wives are ipokoti of only na 'she-companions,1 a 'amily is called 'family-root , ' nnd the shildron 'family twigs.1 The Ne- frischi deny thatthoro is any life after ho death of the body. Like the 'ositivist , they contend that man can inly enjoy immortality in the persons if his children. Strangely enough , ilthough they believe that there ia no lorcafter for those who die , they bo- iovo that a fearful day of judgment is ippronohing , on which all the living rill bo tried , and that the good will [ hen bo rewarded , and the wicked be > luniahod. This punishment of the alter will bo effected in a urious manner , the conception if which ia not without u orl of dramatic justice. After tlm inal judgment thu two division of ho human race will organize them- elves into two separate societies. L'ho society of the good will convert ho earth into a paradise , The society if the wicked will occupy their whole imo and energy in fighting among homselvos , which will result in driv- ng a certain portion into repentance nd application for admission into the ollowshlp of the good , while thu re minder of the wicked will go on ath their contentions until they are educed to two men , who will laughter ono another , " THE NATIONAL CAPITAL , Colorado Mining Olaim Decisions Revorsoil and Thrown Into Oourt , The .Responsibility of Publio Depositories Doflnod by Knox. The Doolora Still Over the Bouoa of the Au "Expotlltcil" Star Route in Montana Explained iu Court. Proceedings of Conurosa nnd Otlio Mutton ? . CAPITA ! . NOTES. National AnHoclixteJ 1'rosi. HANK STATIIMIINTH. WAHHINOTON , July 7. The comp .roller of curroiicy hns culled for a statement from national banks sliow ng tliuir condition July 1st. John A. J. Groatwoll is to bo np jointed counsel of thu Geneva aware commission. MIN1NO CLAIMS. In the cnsos of "Gulch , " "Moid o Uhona" nnd "Independent" mill aitos vs. tin ) townsito of llico , Col. , Socro , ary Teller rcvorsos the decision o .ho l.ind commissioners of 1870 , that ho land \vix3 not mineral , and take ho ground that thu questions of prior ocation muHt bo settled by local courts , not by the department. The . nine decision will bo rendered in the J'ouibatono caso. UOHSKY'H KOUTF.S. In the stir route trial , Joseph Potv icll of Hillings , M.T : , testiliod thu 10 was omployml by John W. Dorsoj , o carry mail on the route from Bis uarck to Pt. Koogh. Ho said Handel asked him to got up u petition to ox .mid the service , which was to bo signed od only by mon employed by the con ractor. "Thuro wns no Bottleniun rom which a petition would actuall come. The puti ion waa not drawn. Hl'.VlMl.Ui niM'tJIIUUAN HKNATOHH n uaucun : idvoc.\tod tlio rumov.il o ho lax on capital and deposits. With out notion the caucus adjourned. Till ! TAUIl'F CO.MMISHION. At the meeting of the tdrill' com nisnioiusra ihia afternoon the on ! > usiiins ! traninoted wrn tlm elcctioi of JanieH L. Andmn , of thu District o Jolmnbin , stenographer. run i jut in u ATI ON HILL. At the mooting of the house com - committee Oandloi noi-co to-day , offered n resolution sustaining Ik" ; ? -ri7 . > i. . , leceut. action in the house on the immigration bill , apeak ing of him in tlio most complimentary terms. The resolution severely denounces nounces ( without naniinc ) a inoinbo from Now York for his conduct in thi matter. The resolution was uani niously adopted. Secretary Teller denica that ho wil grant immunity to Payne for his raids in the Indian territory. HIWONSIIIIUTY or HANKK. Firat comptroller of the currency rendered an opinion to-day , holdinu that public depositories are responsible for the payment of all moneys to the rightful parties , and if such custodian pays money to parties on forged checks they are responsible and the loss must fall on them. CUSTODIAN IIKJKH. llicbi called on the attorney gcnora' this afternoon in reference to Attor nay Corkhill'a interference with Gui- teuu'n body. Hicks holds that ho is the legal custodian of the body , am' that Corkhill has nothing to do with it. CONFIKNATIONH. The senate in executive BCSSIOU con flrmod John Davis , assistant secretary of state ; John F. Francee , of Now York , minister resident nnd conuu" general to Portugal ; Eugino Soliuylor , rniniator resident and consul generate to Roumania , Scrvin and Greece. TIM : iiKV. iiidKs writes Dr. Lamb thin evening that ho need not be worried by District AU tornoy Corkhill or Gorkhill'a doctors ; that Corkhill has no authority , and that ha ( Hick * ) is fully satisfied with Dr. Lamb's report. DUB. HAUTIHAN AND KOMKIW publish a card in reply to Key. Hick'n utters to Dr. Lamb , in which they my Hicks aakod them while standing jnder thu gallows on the day of Gui- ( ieau's oxooution , to conduct the nut- jpsy in connection with Lamb , CONCHIES ! } , fttloual Asiioclatod I'HM * HKNATK rUOl'KKWNClf ) . \ WAKIIINOTON , July T. The senate osumod consideration of the river , md harbor bill , dohata being on the ilennepin canal amendment. Senator Logan advocated the con- ilruction of the canal. Senator Vest opposed it , on the round that the canal was limited to nu state and ought to bo undertaken IB a private enterprise , Senator Windom supported and Senator Sherman opposed the amend- nont , the latter taking thu ground hat the appropriation win dimply the intcring wedge of the enterprise , and ho expenses growing out of it finally . lust millions , Railroad faciltiea ron- lur canals unprofitable , Adjourned A 020 ; n. m , HOUHK I'ltouKHiiiNaa. The house resumed consideration if thu Sundry civil appropriation bill , Mr. Buttorworth replied to Boynp's ittaok yesterday on Arthur's uduiinis- ration , HhowiiiL' that Ourfield in four nonths madu 2GJ ( reuppuintmunts , Til omovals ; Arthur in ten months , 87 ! ) oappointmonts , 403 removals , The house epont the attornoon on the Sundry civil appropriation bil nlthotit action. Mr. Cox introduced n roarlution ii quiring whether any changes had boo made in the agreement with th French Cable company , regarding _ lh r\to to bj charged , the consolidation etc. , since the miming of the cable o United States soil , A ri'pubhcin caucus wiw nnnonncoi for Saturday evening at f > p in. Uoacaa till 70 : ! ! p.m. , tlio ovcnin session to bo for pension bills only. Uncovered. NMImml AwrlMml I'rc * Alivno Ji'MTioN , July 7. The fol lowing bodu'A have been rocoverot from the wrecked Scioto : Win. Kwing Wellsvillo ; John Christy , I\liss \ Shields Jolin Thompson nnd u boy ( unknown ) Dlvora are at work. The lost is wr , estimated at 100. Southern Titos lit llnljnlllon. Nutbnat AuMttatoil I'run. 1'UKiii.o , Col , , July 7. It in reported od that the Indians nt the Soiitheri Ute iizency are in a statu of rebellion causcu by the killing of ono of theii nnmhor by an Indian policeman. Settlers al Tl , Lewis and other places have bron warnrd of the danger by tVgent I'nf.ton. Pnrticulars cannot be earned , as the tolrgraph operator lias Hod from the ngcncy. ImliantioiiR. Nation nl Afnoclntoil 1'rcw. WASIIINOTON , D. C. ? Juno 8 , J n. m. For tlio upper Mississippi and Mis souri valley , fair wo.uhor , followed by increasing cloudiness and local i\xina , variable winds , nhifting to xvarmor southerly , stationary or lower pres sure , Dloil from Hj-ilropbobla. National Assoclrvtoil I'l-cnf. CHICAOO , July 7. Little Ernoji llosenthal , 5 yearo of aue , died in hor- rlblo agony h'st ' night from hydropho- bin , caused by the bite of n dog lw ( months ago , Nomlnutod for Kntloii'kl Arcnotttuil I'roii. LITFLI : RUCK , July 7. The repub lican st.ito oonvoution unanimousl < nominated Col.V. . P. Stock for governor ornor StrlhorH Ahnnd. National Assocutnl 1'ritm. Nnw YORK , July 7. The Erie hns made overtures to their striking truck men , nnd it is reported will concede to the demand ! ] of the striking freight ImndlorH. Murluo. National Associated 1'rnes. QUKKNHTOWN , .Inly 7. S.iilod , City ot Berlin for Now York. Arrived , Wiscunnin , from New York. IlAMiirun , .July 7. Arrived , Bohe mia , from Now York. NKW YORK , July 7. ArrivedState of Indiana , from Glasgow. Col. A. C. Uawod U In the cltv. 1' . 0. Himobaiii'li has ruturnod from'th went. went.W. W. IT. Micliiul , of Grand Inlatul , ! H ii town , Kugeno Moore , of Want Point , la In til city. city.Col. Col. Frank I * . Jrolnnil , of Ncliroska City , IH in town. Cfipt. Wliite , of the Jtullway Mall Scr vice , Is in tlio city. Hon. N.V . Wells , and lila two HOIIB , o Sclmylur , are hi the city. Supt. K. ftr. Miirrtcnmn , of tlio U. 1' Hxpirsu , left for Denver lust ovenliif ; . Cionoral Supcrintundcnl Holdrogc , o the Ji. & M. , left for Denver lat ovenli ) ) , ' , ti. H. Jf. Clnrk and hit ) private Hccrc lary , Mr. Orr , left for CJilcnjjo laut eve A. 0. Weir , of aioiuc City , W.M at til CrelKhtun hint nlyht. Chaa. A. Dean , uf Butdon , IH nt th J. I , . Miner , of Ivout , O. , IH nt tin Wltlmui : . Hon. Church Jfoivc , u ( Kcitmhn , IH ft the city , Hon. Jnniea Laird , of IlnntiiiKH , IH nl the Wlthnell. Fred Hiluc'h'l"Ki | of Chicago , IH at the Cnnfield. ] l. F. Dilfenhachor , of Laramle , W. T. in ut tlio Cnnfiold. . ) , T. Wluuinan , of Mimmurl Vulloy , regliiturod at thu Uanliuld liiHt iilglit , Mra. Hiirvuy and Mro. JtoeHoiuid family were Canlleld house guu&U Inut nlfjlit. ( JcorRo V. Fi > rlK'HLhieonj.T\r. ] JJr/nn hall , fieorgo JtobliiHon , J. J , Adams , T. ( J , Cook , Tekauinh ; John 'J'allon , 1'eacli 'rovej J. L. Mitchell , W , K. Hill , Ise liraska City ; M , A. Hurtfcau , Olinrlei llrnnch , N. J , liurko , I'lattHinouth ; I'u- jeno Moore , Weat 1'olnt ; ( Jeortjo IJur- liank , AV. . MutthowH , O'Neill City ; A. U. Sloan , Nellh'h ; Chester 1'oku , Cold \Vnter ; Ueo , Do Temple , 11'ulr ; Tliouins Ifinithifiton , Fort Niohrara ; I'M , liucli. ell , Lincoln ; 11 , C , Johnson , A. C , Clark , Dlalr , are NebruukaiiH at the Croiuhton tut night , ClmrleH llruco , W. O. KaKaii , Ned Wll- ion , C Qinckoy , C , H. Sllkworth nud IiiincH It * 1'ortur , of Council lilulff , regis tered nt the Canflcld yesterday. Jameu liurrlnger , J , C , Wllll.unu , liluo d ; A , W. licahen , Itaymond ; 0. E. g , Nuhrabku Oity ; C , II , Clark , Dor- ihester ; A , It. I'crshigcr , 1 ! , F. Crosby , JentriU City ; C , Jl , Mtcker , Lincoln , and L Ii , Crltes and wile of Fremont , were ut .ho Canliold lust night , W , It. Morse , Clarku ; J. U , McDowell , b'alrlmry ; A. A. Chirk , St. Paul ; N. A. Duff , ByruciiHo ; If , N , Loomls , Syracuse ; \ , L. Jtelnoehl , Central City ; II. T. 3lark , W. K , JJollevuo ; J. T. Welsmftii , Lincoln , are thu Nebraska guests of tha kVItlmell. _ Baio Bull. The Hastings ( Neb , ) nine will play with thu Union Pacifies some tinio the alter part of July , The St. Louis Browns will play a match gnmo of ball with the Union Pacifies nonio tinio next month , Foley , the now third baseman of the Union Pacifies , was catcher for the Cincinnati longuo club fortirosoasona. The following is the schedule of games for the Union Pacifies so far announced : Glonwoods , at Omaha , July 8 ; Loavonworths , at Omaha , July 22 ; U. &M.'s , August 5. The grand stand will bo extended forty foot , making it ono hundred fcot in length. Tlio Drcadnaui'ht boys acknowledge that the Union P.icilics are ono of the best clubs they ever tackled. Still tiny are not satisfied with Tuesday's game , nnd are tmxioua for another game.Vo understand it is very prob.iblo the opportunity will bo nf forded them , and the next game will vary likely bo played in thia city sonw time in September. & SON , -AND- IVMUFACTimES. OMAHA , Magazines of all kinds. BOUND TO ORDER. Send for REDUOEff price-list of Job Print- J. T. F ESTHER , Importer of , mid Dealer hi Zither Strings and Musio , 1102 Farnam St Omahai CITY TRISASUllER'S OFFICE , OMAHA , NKB. PUOSOSALS FOR SEWER UONDS. Honied proiiosali will liu rucolvod ut tlili otllco mill AiiK-nit 16,1B82 , at 12 , noon for rlio pur- tli.isa of tha HocCMil $50,000 of tlm t < nuo nt f 1W.- WD o' Hitter ) ioiiil , iierlu onoof thuoity ol Oma. m. Enid IraniUuru dated tfc ] > tunilier HI , IHii' ' , mil arodiiii In Hwciity unrs from Uato ; are In MIIIIS of i 1000 can I , mid liuir Intorokt from their ditu at Ilio rate of nix \iut \ u iitiini iior untiuin. iayablotieml-uiiiiiiillnt ) tha olllco . 1 Kauiilzj Ir.nlic.Ti , Now y < jrktii > ou | ire entatlon ol ton. IOIID nttacnod. SaM liondu am ln-iiol umli.T thotliarttr | oucr 'f ' H 'I ' | city , nfttrcluc'l i duly hold authorizing holr l snu fur thu ujiiiii'itlon ' of tu\\ur < ) > irdy caimtriictiil , will lor tin ou trun Ion of .ddtionat nawm , Thu $500,0 f lioiiduinw.fi rul will liunold without coupons 'oj. lanili ! duu JUrcli Inland .Scptcinlicr l.t. hi' ' , and t. | | | t'u ilflu ul to pur litgrr on | y. inn tlicrefor , at Ilia illy Irrmii y In Oiiulu , on urtf inter 1st , ] 6BL' . I Ms 111 110 ad riwnl to the undarjlKnod nd mrktil " 'roi | uld for Hswur Uoiiln/'aiiil mum ititu thafnll iiamuaiid addr < u < nf the bidder , Iho inoiuct of tald lion la duglrud. and the nrico pro- o-od lo bo iiald. Thu rl lit in icteric J to reject auyandall bids. TilUMAN UUC'K , eaH ed-4w city Treasurer , NOTICE. BinloJ prnpouh ulll borueelvml by thuiindur * 1'iii.d until ruiinday , July lllh IBbZ at io'clc < i m. for itradlnil-'arimni street from lillh aircct ust , 00 feet uldu. Biioltlcalloua on tlio ut ounty Clcrk'n olllco. IhurUht to rvjiictan y or allblda U hereby luerteil. ly ) order of tha boaiil. J\lylJ'.li 1S35. JOUN UAUMKIt , 3t County Clerk. &TAT OK NKIUUKKA , ) Uouiflu County. ( " ' At a County court , held at thu county court oo in , | n.ind ] for ( aid county , Julylith A.II , lii'2. I'rcmnt , A. II. C'huduKU , Count ) ' Juil u. n the natter uf thudttatiof Alary f. . Crd htoii deceased , I n 101 lnfftril fllliij'Ilio petition of J tin A. A. Crcljhton , Janice C'ruLliton anil Htruiau oniit/.i1 , uxecu urn of the last "III and tosUuioat f mid Oeeeaiud pr jinB- fur the nottlmient of iLlruccount.Uloa luthuiourt on tlio 10th day f Juno 184 , Or'iroJ , tint August 4th A. I ) . 1SS2 , at 10 'clock , a in , Is atslffucd fur hairing said petit ou vlun ull person * lulcristcd In said inatur m y ppcar at u o < unty courC to bo hold , in and for a il county. audiho\rcausi > why tlie prater of mUl letllloncrtlnuldiiot Iw griiitod : aiultliit uotleo if the pindeui'vof ulJ pelltlou aril tbo hearing itrocf , I'D ' tjHcii to all persons Interested In iai3 utter , by publishing u copy of tblt order la ' UK Osuiu Diav HKB a no-i-iparer printed lu all county , for four iiicecu i > v , wcuk , prl rta aid day of huailnx , ( A true copy , ] A. M. CHADWIOK , Irl-H Countr JuJire.