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DAILY OAiRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILL, FJUDAY MOitXINd, JULY iVAU " " mTm.
When r man Imam! floral from Rheumatism
only a Ultlu while, and Is relieved from his pain,
hi! i.1 happy and delighted. Hut suppose ho Uus
Suffered -for moro than a
third of a century.
Alvln Grim, of Vain, Iowa, writes:
"Ariii.ornoHoBhaH Uelpi-I um milch. Tlio
pamiii iiiy liiiilmiH allKii".l'iit wiinolamo-
ntwH U left yet, anil wi-U thi-iu iiiiirht m,
fur I hnvo ivu troubled fur Uurty-fho
yeura with lUivuiuaUiim." It
Mrs. A. 11. Raker, of Chicago,
Had rheumatic pains In her
back for fifteen years,
and Mr. Baker hail been tho victim of Jihpn,
nuitism until hLs head was drawn down over
Us iwt shoulder. .Mr. KakiT writes:
" Hall a bottle of ATiiuirnoiioa made
me ait iw now. Sly wifu ban taken
tlin othar lialf, and liiw not complained of
her backiuica. Shu kuj h Ijcr hwkiirvrwu
so free from i am anU achi an it ha Ufa
iucj ohd Um taken Wju AruLoruuiioH."
Tlit-re am many people who tliink that
they have tit ()i ri'i ' loti, an.)
i. ive tried so many medicines in vain, tiny
imist "sutler on their thret-tscore years.'1
Rut you see what Anii-ui'iioKw had done.
However Old your Cime;
However .Severe your 1'nlim;
However Jireat your IM-mppolntiuonti,
If you came 't tret Ariti.tilHoliosof your druvinst,
- ! will wnil it ciprt-.n iai'1, mi receipt of nvular
one dollar i-t r i,ttln. Wn prefer that you buy
trwn your UriiyxiKt. but If lie hu-ii't It. do not to
--.ma.l.tl to try wiiu:Uiiiii elee, hut rdtr at onto
r un um an diroctuL
ATHLOPHQROS CO.. 112 WALL ST., NEW T0RK.
A r. HENDERSON,
No. r.'tCoininen iiil Ave,
ImiIc Apont f'ol the (VIchliitfil
Manufacturer ami Dialer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron hi
IljIMir-' lliriliesre and f'-pci.t r' To'J.ThVe
Hi. li I'urkt-l ( utlt-r.v. be" I in t Lir 'i.irkrt. I!n;c'
liro-.' I'hi'ed Kiilv.". l-'ork" an-i ihkt.. miille
Iron War,.. B riin KurtheLware. eVi ti- .Mountain
Pfvzn. W.iiiir -..iier. Uifriifera,r, Clot lie
WrhKi'M. triiwn K;uu-r-. m- l.-id.-t. tir!eu
Im; i. m' ti!!". luilOn MurOu muki- t.ct in ihc
or!U, Lump of ey-rv tl ri. nop. laiu Oil,
Car(i. t swe.-i.er, r-uthcr J)iii. r!. lirooun". W in
ilo Srrveu rt'lri' t'.olh, r ail rnpp!) ol Klsli l-i;
The al"" ! n E h ittoTn irirc.
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Manufiv tjrer anil Dta'cr tn
M h Slri-ei , Viui-i-n Coiu"! Avi-. nml l.-'.i.'c.
CHOKE liOHINO A Sl'1'Cl A LTV
ALT. KINDS OF AMI'S HI ON"
"ife K3nlied. All K!'i'!-t'l h'.-vs Made.
(ioldstine & Ji(seinvuter
13(3 ttiaS Com'l Ave.
have a full ar.il complete line of
Linn. tiootK rnstfi's, Xotions, Etc.
A heavy ntork ol lioily Hnife.r, Taper
tnc and Ingram
A full stork ol Oil Clo'hc, all and prices.
Clothing; & Gants' Furnish'g Gooris
A full aniltompUte etock is closluijout
at Krcat ImrRauin.
OooOh nt Uottom lJriccs!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Larjjost Variety Stocl
IN 'J'lIKl city.
GOODS SOLD VERY' CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
The Regular Cairo Fahicah Uaily
IIENUY E. TAYLOII, Mitnter.
WKOIWB JOliEo. Clerk.
SALTPETER AND BRIMSTONE.
Deadly Attack (on Paper) Dy tho
Mayor of a Kentucky
The Editor of a Newspaper Who Ought
to Have Got Frightoued But Didn't
Ilia Exasperating Reply.
"The Pen is Mightier Than the Sword,"
at Least so Far as Heard From in
Li xiNii i uN, Ky., July 21. A desperate
striret encounter or duel is expected here
at any moment between lluu. Mayor C.
Johnson and Henry T. Duncan, editor of
the Vi is, both promint-iit and "game"
citizens. Tor sonn; time the J'nsi has
cuntaiued hitter personal attacks on tlio
.Liyor, who yesterday aiidrtssed the fol
lowing note to Uuiieau, the note having
been delivered by the Mayor's clerk:
Mayou's Own i',
C. M. Jamison, Mayor.
Lkxim.hj.n, Ky., July L'-, 11.J
Tj 11, T. Duii'-'n, K"i-, E'iil'jr LinyOiit
.SiK: Whilst I recognize t'je riht of
thij public jircrs to criticise the ollieial
acts of a public ollicjr, I do not intend
that you shall exercise that privilege by
publL-hing untruthful siateuieuts and
malicious misrepresentations hi regard to
myself, ollieia ly or otherwise, which you
have done In the past and which 1 have
Ignored to this lime. I hereby notify you
that your paper must cease to villlly me
from this date; otheiwiso 1 will hoidyuu
C. M. Johnson.
The V'v.v yesterday morning published
the note with the following comments:
'' uir reply to the Mayor's clerk was
that the Mayor could be accommodate I
with the "personal responsibility" atauy
time and place that he might indicate.
Alter some hours the Mayor's clerk
brought his repiy that the time would be
the llrst pubi. cation in the 77. .. n Meet
ing upon him, and the place wherever the
parties met, or words to that effect.
We have no desire to make ti widow of
our good yoiini: Mayor's beautiful and
accomplished wile, and we do not prv
pose to be made a corpse by the Mayor,
liiiellitig on the streets is a vile and bar
barous custom, one that U u-ualiy re
sorted to by men who have not the cour
age to face stern, cold facts. Misttier
adiug as the hero of a street murder is
a sort of infamous notoriety, for which
we have no ambition, an J it would re
o;iiiro extreme provocation to force
us Into the cowardly act of kill
ing a feilow-mau. Still, If our
worthy young Mayor will not accept our
offer to prove what we have saiU, or
apo.oui.e, an offer that is all that any
fair-minded person could ask; or, if he
i alraid to face tlie facts and proof, anJ
ma-liy rushes on to a personal dillicmty
on his head must rest the iniquity of the
coiistijueiices." It is believed that a
kii ing is sure to result.
A C OI NCI UK N C K.
Another Circus Sought Out by the
Storm King and Demolished.
Ili in iki.ij .Si'UiNus, N V., July L'l.
1 luring an exhibition yesterday of Wash
burn Hunting's Circus and Menagerie
a hurricane struck the tents aud pros
trut. il them fiat upon the ground with
out the slightest warning to the hundreds
of fashionable people who were under
them. They were compelled to crawl
from under the canvas onlj to meet a
terrible hail storm, each pellet of which
was the size of an egg. They hur
ried into barns and sheds until help
arrived. Suddenly a terriile clap of
thunder preceded by a fhsh of lightning
was heard. Women screamed and men left
the piazzas of the hotel. It was subse
quently ascertained that the bolt had
struck a tree ou Hale's lawn, glanced to
the bell knob, which it. tore in pieces,
rang the cottage bell, tore out the casings
o! the inside of the doors and escaped to
Julius Walker, two milts from here,
was driving a load of hay iuto his burn
wheu the wind drove It back and over
him, crushing his leg, ribs aud arm. Dr.
Craiu says he may recover. Annie Hazen
was prostrated and remained uucon
scious for three hours.
Tammany and the State Committee.
Nkw Yoiik, July L'L Ex-Senator Grady
was asked in his law ollice yesterday
"Why he was not In Albany atteudlng
the Democratic Committee meeting"
He smiled as he replied: "Professional
business kept me in the city." Ho cast a
playful glance at W. Bourke Cochran, his
law partner, when he said this. Cochran
looked out of the window aud chuckled
as ho exclaimed :
"Yes, we have been very busy."
"1 guess" Interjected Urady. "There
was no trouble to-day about the unit
rule. 1 have an idea that the members
were as a unit. What would wo four
have amounted to there?"
"I have nothing to say," said Ed. Ca
hill. I am here and not in Albuuy."
Commissioner Nichols said ho remained
home because ho was tired of going
where his voice and vote had no iuilu
tuee. Colonel E. T. Wood said It luul been
agreed by the Tammany members of the
committee not to attend.
"Suspicious of Yellow Fever."
Nkw Ow.kans, L.v., July 21. The
Board of Health held a mectiug at noon
yesterday to uiako a post-mortem exami
nation of tho body of the child Lulley Tat
terson, who was reported to have died of
yellow fever. Tho physicians who assist
ed were Dr. Jos. Holt, President of the
Stuto Board of Health; Dr. L. F. Solo
mon, member State Board of Health; Dr.
J. F. Finney, City Coroner and Stugoou,
Jiio. Godfrey, of the United States
Marino Hospital service. Tho body
was 9 found free from tho
yellow pigment iu the sklus and eye balls
which are luvarlable concomitants of
death bv yellow fever. It was agreed
to submit tho vicerns and the black vomit
to Dr. 11. 1). Schmidt, the emlueut micro
scopist and pathologist. Dr. Schmidt
reported that the black vomit was desti
tute of blood globules but was colored
bl'o pigment, and was not true black
vomit, aud that the case did not present1
the kyniptoms of yellow fever. Tho
'The symptoms during tho last sixteen
hours of Illness of the child, according to
the observations of tho uttendlng physi
cians, were those of a sporadic case of
yellow fever, but tho pathological evi
dence furnished by careful examination
of the viscera made by a competent com
mission has not sustalued that conclu
sion. The Board therefore is com
pelled to entertain a dou'jt as to the
positive nature of this case, and must
publish It as suspicious of yellow fever." "
Brought Back to Answer.
Toitii-AMJ, Oi:i:., July 21. Several
days since the body of au uuknown man
was discovered lu tho woods near White
Hiver Tributary. The skull was crushed
to a jelly by a large iron, and tho body
terribly beaten. A young man named
Charles Hawkins, aged eighteen, with
whom the murdered man was last seen
alive, was suspected of tho crime. Ho
lied, hotly pursued by olllcers. Yes
terday the fugitive was captured near
Hinervllle, Ore. He made no
resistance. Hawkius admits the killing,
but says he was attacked with a knife,
and killed his assailant purely in self
defense. The murdered man proves to
lie Geo. J. Jones. The story told by
Hawkins is generally discredited, as he
lied alter committing the deed. The
prisoner belongs to a very respectable
family. fo is charged with murder iu
the llr.st degree and is closely guarded.
There Is great public excitement, as
Jones was a well-known citizen.
IIAHXIM'S CI liCC'S TENT.
It is Blown Down and Injures a Large
Number of Patrons of the Show.
Au audience of about 10,000
people assembled uuder Baruum's circus
tent iu Cortland yesterday afternoon,
when, alwut three o'clock, without a mo
ment's warning, a hurricane struck tho
tents and blew them all over. This was
followed by a furious rain-storm, accom
panied by heavy thunder and vivid light
ning. The greatest excitement followed,
but ready hands went to work with a will
to rescue those who were held under the
debris. About forty ersous, including
many women aud children, were found to
be badly hurt. The most serious are:
F. M. Salisbury, of Cortland, head badly
cut; Cornelius Brown, of Marathon,
badly injured about the chest and oue arm
broken; Kev. Geo. Adams and daughter
both painfully cut on their heads; Ed
die Stilson, still unconscious from a bad
wound on his head ; Miss Miles, of Homer,
has her head cut and neck injured; L.
C. Schultz, of Cortland, was cut iu the
temple and chest ami badly hurt; Eddie
Hood, of Homer, leg broken and scalp in
jured; Geo. rairbunks, seriously injured
internally; Milton Wavcrly, of East Free
town, scalp torn partly off; Asa Gates, of
Truxton, injured about head. A baby,
three girls and two women are badly hurt
and lie in a comatose state.
Mr. Hutchinson one of the partners of
the linn, has ordered everything possible
to be done lor the sufferers and has had
them conveyed to hotels and private
houses, and attended by physicians. At
latest accouuts all the injured are said to
be doing well.
Mir moras, Mux., July 24. A special
from Kio Grande says : "Three men at
tacked City Marshal Downs between oue
and two o'clock Wednesday morning at
the house of Kafael A. Tierreg, with the
intention of robbing him. Downs shouted
for help, which called out many citizens,
including Sheriff Davis. The Sheriff at
tacked the Mexicans aud captured three
horses, two Winchester carbines, three
pistols aud "one sombrero. The Mexi
cans all escaped. They are uukuowu
hero. Citizens were called out all night
hunting for the guilty parties. Shots
could be heard around the city duriug
the whole night, but nobody was hurt.
Discredits the Report.
WAsinxorip.N, 1). C, July 21. Dr.
Hamilton, of the Marine Hospital Service,
received no advices concerning the re
ported death from yellow fever iu New
Orleans yesterday. He seut a telegram
of inquiry to New Orleans early last
evening, but up to a late hour had received
no reply. He is inclined to discredit the
report, believing if there was any yellow
fever in New Orleans his assistants there
would have uotitled him promptly of the
To Be Allowed to Bleed.
Washington, D. C, July 21. The sub
committee to attend to collections for
campaign purposes from Government
employes is composed of A. M. Clapp,
Chairman; Dr. E. A. Adams, Will Saw
dermilk, A. S. Greener and Geucral Greeu
B Uauin. None of these gentlemen hold
ing a Government ollice, they are not de
barred from soliciting campaign funds.
Clerks will not be approached at their
desks, but notitled by letter to call at
headquarters. An appropriate circular
will soon be issued.
Sixth District Deadlock.
Skdalia, Mo., July 21. The Conven
tion spent tho morning discttssiug ways
aud means to break the deadlock. Mr.
Carter, of Uoone, a More man, offered a
resolution to adjourn slue die, and refer
the whole thing back to the people for
settlement by primary election or other
wise. During a heated discussion of the
resolution the Couventiou took a recess
until two o'clock. The probability is that
tho resolution will be lost.
Tdpi.au Blikk, Mo., July 21. Tho
couventiou for tho Fourteenth Congres
sioual District adjourned at 10:00 uutil 1
p. in., after taking 110 ballots. Tho n
suit of the last ballot was: Walker, 53;
Arnold, 41; Phillips, 17; Dawson, 2U;
Harris, 10; Mabry, 7. There is no ma
terial change from the first ballot.
Polgiikkkpsik, N. Y., July 21. A tcr
rillc storm of wind and rain prevailed
along tho Hudson about six o'clock Inst
evening. In every direction trees were
uprooted, telegraph wires were thrown
down and fruit stripped from the trees.
Tho loss of fruit is uo tioubt heavy. The
hurricane lasted about twenty minutes.
At Cornwall a sloop was blown ashore.
Several inluiatuie waterspouts were seeu
lu Newburg Buy.
0 Twenty-Six Ballots aud no Choloe.
Savannah, Ga., July 24.' Alter twouty
six ballots with uo result yesterday, tho
Congressional Couventiou of the First
District adjourned until to-day. On tlio
last ballot tho vote stood i M. L. Mor-
ST, JOHN'S REWARD,
Tho Prohibition Governor of Kan
bus to bo Nominatod for tho
His Name Receivod With Great Favor,
Aud His Nomination Socouded by
a Score of States.
All Other Candidates Withdrawn ana
His Nomination by Acclamation
I'lnsiHTtiai, Pa., July 2i.-Thero is
grent diversity of opinion as to who will
be si-Iei-ted as presidential candidate ol
the National Prohibition Couventiou. The
McDonald men appear more sanguine
than those who favor the selection ol
other candidates. Dr. McDonald, thu
California millionaire, Is expected here
Many believe that tx-Govemor St.
John will eventually withdraw his declin
ation and accept tho nomination of the
National Prohibition Convention for
President if it can be made, by acclama
tion. Ex-Senator Pomeroy, of Kansas, re
cently nominated Presidential candidate
by the anti-Secret Society party, is also
on the ground and entertains hopes of
securing the nomination.
The Committee on Resolutions is In
session this forenoon and expects to have
the platform ready in time.
This second day of the Convention
opened hot, the thermometer ranging
from I'S to 100. The delegates are wear
lug traveling dusters, ami in many cases
have discarded the outer clothing and
appear in their seats in their shirt
Precisely at'.t:10 a. m. the Chairman
rapped the assembly to order. The
proceedings opened with prayer, by
li'. v. Dr. Lee, of New York, followed by
the hymu. " Jesus I My Cross Have
Taken." Massachusetts presented the
name of M. II. Klchards to be a mem
ber of the National Committee. Ken
tucky presented llev. C. M. Cole an I
O. J. Gladden for members of the same
committee. At ten o'clock the motion
was made and agreed to that the
I'.OI. L OK sr.VTKS
be called to place iu nomination Presi
dential candidates. Owing to the ab
sence of Colonel Babcoek of California,
who is to place Dr. McDonald lu nomina
tion, the call of States was temporarily
postponed, and John D. Finch, of Ne
braska addressed the Convention ou
At 10:30 the call ol the roll was begun.
In response to "California" Babcoek, iu
u vigorous .speech, declared Dr. McDou
aid was one of the trreatest lenders the
Prohibition party ever possessed. He was
the man hated and feared by the whisky
interests of California, and no better evi
dence of this could be found than in the
violent manner in which he had been as
sailed by those interests. Tho speaker
reviewed the temperance career of Mc
Donald, aud declared that the man who
m' kon alu's nit'i r.its
0 Mitaiued alcohol uttered a deliberate
falsehood. Applause. lie concluded
by asking, in the name of the people of
California, that MeDomld receive at thtt
bauds of the Convention that recognition
w hich ids work and liberality tothecausu
justly entitled him.
The call was then resumed. Illinois
being reached, Hon. George C. Christian,
of Chicago, took the stand for the pur
pose, he said, of presenting the name of
a candidate who needed no defense and
would not have to conduct a defensive
cauvass. The name which ho was to
present was above all other names
uuder tho American Hag was
that of a man known in " every
household lu the laud; a man whose? rec
ord is as bright as the noonday sun; a
man who had seen war, who had lived on
the bloody plains of the West, who had
gone through coutliet after couilict, w ho
was the very high priest of prohibition,
Who could carry with him a force of fol
lowers not possessed by any man named
or to be named. Such a man was that
distinguished patriot and niaguiilceut
leader, that whole-souled Christian, .
JOHN i. sr. ,iou,
of Kansas. Prolonged applause. J
Wheu Kansas was called Miss Frances
Willard supported the nomination of at.
John in an eloquent speech bristling with
points which awoke all the enthusiasm
of the audience. She pictured his early
life and career, characterized him as a
man of the masses, w hose name would
never be effaced from the roll of lnmor
tals of the couutry, a man whoso name
was not giveu hun to die.
She spoke of having known him as a
little man and barefoot boy with feet of
tan. She had seen him go out into the
world unfriended, unguided, making his
way toward the West.
cr.osstNt; Tin: hio middy-
with but a dollar iu his pocket, getting
to Pike's Peak and across the Kockles
ami Sierras. Sho had seen him when
other men were asleep studying Black
stone aud Coke. When tho war broke
out he did not want to bo drafted
but voluntarily bared his breast to tho
enemy. She saw him next elevated to
tho position of Governor of a great, freo
State and the idol of his party there.
Ho was the pathfinder, the John C. Fre
mont of thu new campaign. She applied
to him tho words of the English poet lau
reate : "As some divinely gifted man, whoso
life in low estate began, and on a simple
village green, who burstcd his birth's In
vidious bars, and grasps the skirts of
happy chance, aud breasts the blows of
circumstances, and grapples with his
evil star who makes by worth his
merit known, aud grasps the future's
golden key and moulds a mighty
State's decree, aud shapes the whisper of
a throne, and climbing on from high to
higher, became on fortune's crowning
slope the pillar of a people's hope, the
ceuter of our hearts' desire." Loud aud
Kentucky supported McDonald as the
most available candidate.
O. T. BTRWAHT.
Colonel Eustls was Introduced when
Maine was called, and lu a brief ad
dress, lu which be protested against the
teudency to slight the okl war horses of
the party, he placed In nomination Hon.
noniiufttiou of Dr. McDonald. When
Massachusetts was reached, Uev. Dr.
Minor, of Boston seconded the nomina
tion of St. John in a powcrlul speech.
M. J. Fanning, of Michigan seconded St.
John. W. W. Saterlee, of Minnesota
also seconded St. John and promised lib
eral contributions to tho campaign liter
through Mrs. Clara Hoffman, President
of the W. C. T. L, gave adhesion to St.
John. Wheu New Jersey was called, the
audience gave hearty cheers. Stephen P.
Hansom, of that State, was then Intro
duced, and after stating that the candi
date whose name ho would mention had
given positive Instruction against the
presentation of his name, launched into
a eulogy of
GKNKItAl. ( UN ION II. HSK,
w hose uamu was greeted with prolonged
The nomination of St. John was second
ed by delegates from other States.
Pennsylvania presented the name of
Hon. James Black.
Mr. Babcoek, of California, who nom
inated Dr. McDonald, now withdrew his
name iu answer to the manifest choice of
the Convention, and cordially seconded
the nomination of St. John Cheers,
Mr. Pierce also withdrew the name of
Mr. Black, and the Maine delegation with
drew that of Mr. Stewart.
Finch, of Nebraska, moved that tho
roil call be suspeuded, and that John P.
St. John bo nominated by acclamation.
The motion to suspend the rules and
nominate St. John by acclamation came
up for action, but on the earnest argu
ment of a delegate that the effect of that
would bo to stampede the Convention
and leave its most important work (tho
pliittoriuj uncared for, the Convention
at 1 :20 took a recess until 3 p. m.
an K.crriN; onvkn iton.
How an Elitor Was Punished for Crit
ieiamir the State Administration.
WiniKi iNi!, W. V.t., July 21. Thirteen
hundred Democratic delegates met hero
in State Convention yesterday. Both
weather and Convention were hot. When
the Committee on Permanent organiza
tion made Its report tho row begun.
Geotge Ji. Moffett, editor of the Dutl;
Hijittn; was named for Permanent Chair
man. The paper, llieleadiug Democratic
daily of the State, has recently severely
attacked the State administration. Im
mediately ou the announcement of
Moffett's name the followers of Gov
ernor Jackson protested, and claimed tho
nomination of Moffett was au insult and
an attempt to stigmatize the State admin
istration. A row ensued in w hich the lie
was given aud the Chair. nau lost control
of the Convention.
The police were called in, but found
themselves powerless. Hisses tilled the
uir and for two hours it was impossible
to proceed. The C hair, cxh lusted, sat
down and the delegates fought among
themselves. Filially, United States
Senator Kentia obtained the ear of the
Convention, but he was liNsed down.
State Treasurer O'Brien assailed the
Jir'iUt e and its editor, and the proprie
tor, Lewis Baker, member of the .Nation
al Committee. -Mr. .Moffett climbed to
the top of tho Speaker's desk and de
fended his editorials and withdrew lu the
interest of harmony. After three hours
of such scenes, Governor Jackson mounted
aehair, Ids face white withexcitement.and
iu a speech of intense bitterness defend
ed his administration. The Couventiou
quieted dowu to hear his speech, cheer
ing his attacks on the linjhhr or hissing
tin-in as the sentiment suited the different
factious. Then paudeinonluui broke out
again aud in sheer desperation he an
nounced the Convention adjourned until
nine o'clock to-day. Last night thousands
of people tilled the streets. The factions
were keeping up the light, and to-day
will witness one of the most remarkable
sessions of a State Convention ever
known iu this country. A reconciliation
is impossible, and a bolt Is more than
A Mob Foiled by a Jailer.
Lmti.k Lock, Auk., July 21. Advices
from Lockburg, Sevier County, says:
"Monday night an attempt was made to
lynch Henry Carr and Llze Thompson,
the two remaining prisoners of the How
ard County rioters. The would-be lynch-
ers are supposed to liavccome from How
ard County, the scene of the riot. Tho
Jailer, discovering the intent of the mob,
ran to the church and by violently ring
ing the bt 11 caused the citizens to come
to his assistance; the lynchers then en
deavored to shoot tho prisoners by llring
through the barred windows.
Thompson and Carr were sentenced to
be hanged, but were granted a new trial
by the 'Supreme Court. A strong guard
has been placed at the jail."
Tho Storm in Iowa.
Dr.s Moines, Ia., July 21. Yesterday
was the hottest day of the season. Tho
thermometer standing at 101. Three
cases of sunstroke were reported, but
uct fatal. The heaviest thunder and
lightning storm of the season commenced
about ten o'clock last uight. Lightning
struck two barus of William Pattyeks, on
the outskirts of the city, burning them
and their contents, consisting ol grass,
hay, and f irm implements. The loss is
$lu,000. The lightning also struck two
bams on Third street, but not much loss
was occasioned. A great amount of
Worsted by the Reds.
Dt iiANiio, N. M., July 24. Captain
Perriues, commanding a detachment of
cavalry seut Iu pursuit of Indians that
raided a cattle camp ou the 15th lust.,
fouud the redskins Intrenched 100 miles
west of Blue Mountains. After a sharp
light he had to retire, with the loss of a
scout, Wormiugtou, aud a cow-boy, James
Iliggins, both killed. Thero were 2i0
Indians, well armed, and so protected In
the bluffs that they could not be dis
lodged. Captain Perriues will await or
ders beforo renewing tho attack, as It
would be throwing away tho lives of his
men to attack again at a disadvantage.
Van Ripar' Authority.
Washington, D. C, July 24. Tho
Department ot Stato sout a message by
cablo yesterday to 1J. G. Yau Hlpor,
American Consnl at Moscow, authoris
ing that gentleman to act as the Special
Commissioner in Russia of the World's
Industrial and Cotton Centennial Expo
sition. Consul Van KIpor sent an unus
ually lino exhibit of Muscovite Indus
tries to the Foreign Fair held la Boston
last year, and as ho has been authorised
to aot lu concert with tho authorities ot
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