FROM THE BOSTON HERALD.
Ex-Secretary Blaine refutes Shipherd's story.
The jury in the hazing case at Portland could not agree.
There was a terrible cyclone in the South yesterday; many lives were lost.
In a fight between U. S. troops and some Indians, the former were victorious.
There was a heated discussion yesterday in the House between Cox and Robeson.
The day assigned for hearing exceptions in Guiteau's case is two weeks from yesterday.
Glowing tributes were paid to Darwin's memory at the leading London churches last Sunday.
Nine persons were killed yesterday by the burning of a steamer on the St. John river, Fla.
There was a rally in the New York stock market yesterday owing to a rush of frightened shorts.
A resolution was offered in the House today by Mr. Desendorf of Virginia, appropriating $1,000,000 for the erection of a presidential mansion in Washington.
Games yesterday: At New York - Bostons, 5; Metropolitans, 3. At Cincinnati - Cincinnatis, 2; Detroits, 7. At Philadelphia - Philadelphias, 1; Chicagos, 4.
Gen. Forsyth has left Le Pas, N. M., with four companies of cavelry and one of infantry for Stein's pass, in pursuit of Indians. The hostile force numbers about 300.
Jim Elliott has issued a challenge, offering John L. Sullivan $500 if he will spar four rounds with him, and $500 more if he knocks him out. Elliott's backers have deposited $750, as a guarantee, with R. K. Fox.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., April 25, 1882 - 1 A. M. For New England, fair weather, northerly winds, stationary or higher barometer, stationary temperature.