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MEMPHIS. TEKK.. SUNDAY. AP1UL 11. 1SS9.
VOL. XLIX NO. 78
IB. IjoWcnstein i j?$PQS.
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LADIES' LA TOSCA UMBRELLAS.
24-Inch Best Silk Serge, Natural Handles, -24-Inch
Fine Changeable Lawntine, Silver Handles,
24-Inch Carved Wood Handles, Silver Knots,
24-Inch Silver Handles, 15 Inches long,
24-Inch Silver Handles, 15 Inches Long, Very Fine,
24-Inch Sterling Silver Handles, 15 Inches Long,
100 Novelty PARASOLS, - - - ' - - $1.50 to 2.50
200 Novelty Parasols, - - - . 3.00 to 5.00
600 Misses' and Children's Parasols, - 1.00 to 2.75
LADIES' READY-MADE DRESSES.
Black Silk DRESSES, $18.75, $22.75, $25.50, $32.50. ,
Black Lace Dresses, $45, $55, $65.
Acccrdcon DRESSES, Black and Colors, $17.50 to $40.
Wonted Combination Dresses, $15 to $30.
Worsted DRESSES, Plain Colors, $3.75 to $14.
Black Beaded PELERINES, $3.25 to $10; Black Lace Visites,
$12.75 to $25; Colored Beaded Pelerines, $12.75; Black
Lace KILLARNEYS, $25 to $100; Cloth Walking
Jackets, $3.50 to $15; Ulsters and Rag
lans, $4.50 to $20.
COLORED DRESS GOODS DEPART-
MENT. . "ST
At 50c per Yard, Just received a line of
NOW bliacLCS All- VOOl HENRIETTA,
which we effer at 50c mr vard. At C5r.
per Yard, 46-Inch Black and White CHECKS, only a few pieces
left. At 65c per yard, 60 pieces All-Wool ALBATROS,
46 inches wide ; complete line cf all the newest
street and evening shades.
FRENCH WOOL CHALLIES.
We direct special attention to cur magnificent assortment cf French
CHALLIES, all wool; there summer fancies are the most'
suitable fabrics madecccl, pleasant and desirable.
M- j -.1 ij?
We place en sale Monday morning
30 picas Super Grade Cachcmire-Fin-ished
Black Gros Grain SILKS, manu
factured bu the best known European
makers; they were bouahi to sell at the
following prices, $2, $2.25, $2.50 and
$2.75 -per yard; rather than hold
them everfer another season have con
cluded to close them out at $1.50 per
yard. '.This is a rare opportunity to
make t meet desirable purchase and
shoiid attract universal attention.
At 75a per Yard, 33
pieces 24-Inch Black Shang-
hai China DRESS SILKS, splendid quality, actually worth $1.25 per
yMu. i. hum uu km cenjouna wese jaencs wun in& narrow -
imitation China gocds cjfered by ethers.
One let, Broken As
sortment, of Colored
FAILLE FRANCAISE, full 22 inckeshide, regular $1.50 grade, offer
them to close at ISc per yard.
C7 Ifi achfi worth $1.25 enc I RHADAMESI
case splendid grade All Pure Silk SATIN I
RllALAMES; best fabric in this market for the price.
SURAHS ! Extra hm"J Blach Suun SllK soft finish,
excellent quality and perfect in every respect,
at 57 l-2c per yard.
FOR MONDAY ONLY,
WE WILL have ON EXHIBI
TION IN OUR SOUTH DISPLA Y
WINDOW SEVERAL SPECIAL
STYLES OF 1H PORTED ,
Silk Novelty Dress Patterns,
HADE EXCLUSIVELY FOR tfe.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEU.
, We do net hesitate to prominently advertise the many advantages in
. fiver cf all intending purchasers to critically examine our stock
cf WASH FABRICS before making their purchases, lut ivc also take
pleasure in making known the statements cf others who are well in
formed THAT NO STOCK in this entire South-Land equals the
vast assortments we have gathered f rem the lest known foreign mak
ers cf SATEENS and GINGHAMS ; the fad thus forced upon us is not
naturally distasteful ; wc have, perhaps, a pardonable pride in the
knowledge that our cwn city is leading all other Southern cities in
this special line. But advertising is secondary -, inspection can fully
unfold the facts, and in pointing to our stock cf FRENCH SATEENS
and SCOTCH GINGHAMS a3 we now have cn sale, we welcome com
parison with any ether house, and solicit the impartial criticism cf
all who may-visit this department.
U0USQUETA1RE KID GLOVES.
4 and S-Buttcn Kousquctaire Undressed Kid GLOVES, in all the
newest street and evening shades, have iusi arrived. We
pronounce them to be the handsomest )ine yet shewn.
85 dozen 22x14 All-Linen DAMASK TOWELS at 25c each. This
big drive comprises two lots, 35 dozen, Brochc Border, in
Red, Blue and Buff, with elaborate designs and
figures, and about 50 dozen with wide
borders and fancy centers.
V' MEN'S NIGHT, GOWNS.
s P 50 (iczm nafn Whtc lhslbl KlG1IT
GOWNS, with cellar and pockets,
at 62 l-2c,
And 70 dozen Fancy Trimmed in front, with pockets and cuff 3, at
Here Is the biggest Drive cf the Season:
A JOB LOT OF LADIES' FANCY COTTON HOSE, IN LOOSE
PACKAGES ONLY, AT TWO PAIRS FOR 75c.
The original price cf this It wmcu ii represents three qualities
50c, 65c and 75c per pair. They arc Vac finest imported gxchi.
Horrors of the Apia Harbor Stora.
Thrllllna Narrative of tha Evouta
ou That Terrible Day.
Natives Rendor Every Aeslfltance
to Both Americans and Germa::8.
Working Nobly to Save Tholr Ene
mies From a Watery Qravo.
Herolo Efforts of Capt Mulltin and
Ilia Gallant Grew.
A!ttaf Kxpraaaaa Great Regret and
Feare tbe Americans Will Ibrow
Blame on Him For tbe Ter
An. Pemia, Mitfh (r ttifimer
A!amcla, fun Krniiciro, April III). 1 lie
II I tie gruup of HnnxNtn or Navlgntorn llmil
alilcli a frar Moulin K" attnirtml llir atten
tion of tlio civiliM'd arurlil ljr lli rre civil
Combat U'lwvcii two native fiu tinn and the
rniiaefjui'iil Miliillty of oriim coniili a
tiuiia Im-Iwwii the Rrcat powrrjof llio I'liltfJ
Hiatra and (irrniniiy, liaa len vinilcl by a
diM.Irr mnre ni wlllna; tlian all of the wars
ever wnpi-d Iiitt. In aii tnptiiig toelTiTta
aulutlon of tlit Patnoan didlrulty and to
protect Uiilr n-Kiicctive Inlcrmi. on tbe
lalanda, Ilia I'lilUid HluU-auud Orrinnuy liuve
loat nearly 1-VJ livca and tlircc million dollar,
worth of inerty. Tlio niont violent and
dclrnctlve liurricnne ever knoan in tbe
foil I h I'urlflr (N-can ned over lbre lilnnd.
on Ilia Hitli and lTtli of M.in li. and i a
rr.ult a Meet of aix wnr bi ami U n older
Trwli aer ground to aloma on tlieeorul
reef. Ill t lie Imrbor, or throw on tbe bom Ii
In front of the lillle rily of Apia, and II'.'
otllrcri and men of tlie AmerKiin and
t.rrinnn linvie nliTp forever under Ilia revfe
or lie biiriiil In unmarked arnves tlioumtmla
of mile from their native iunda.
Till IXITKD STATKa fltlOHTB TRKXTOW,
fl;iuiu(T of the I'lu'llla ajun.lei.n, lilih
arrived here from I'anania Manh II, Ilea
within .Uitie'a throw of Ilia American
t'onaulate tutnl wreck. The grcnt hull of
the vccl which .teamed Into the barlxir a
few week, airo, rent on the bottom, fn.t
"llit to pieci'a. The United Mlitea tteamer
Vandalia, whii h arrived from Han KranclMO
February l 1. buried nut of .iitht between
the Trenton and the ahora. ller .battered
foreman! and imoka ataek rite from the
Water to mark the n1 where the arnt lni t
Vewel .truck and lav for twelve hour. Iiefore
tb awful torrent of water which awepl four
cttlrcra and thirty-nine man from her di-cka
and riTRinc. ller cotninander, Capt. C. M.
K hooiiinaker. wa. ainnn tlio llrt who per
hlied In the wavea. The other onVcre who
Diet their death! were I'ayma.tcr Krank II.
Arni Lieutenant r nnk Hoi ton. of the ma
rine cvra, and I 'ay (. lerk John RmcIi. 4
Tin tomxD aTAtra tTaAMRR Kiinif,
lay for ervural dayi aloniriila the Vaudalia,
Willi her Ixiw hl(h ou tbe lieach and within
live feet of the waler'a edr. Ihe vr.el,
tlioiih badly damaged, waa hauled off a few
days eftur the atorm, and It the only warnhip
alll In the harbor. Haveral of tilt olllcvrt
and crew are living aboard. All of the
, Mlc't oflictra are taia, bat the lot live
men bv the waranlni of a boat, and two
I hen who Jum)id overboard were alo
drowned. Tbe three America men-of-war
i were .wept aahore alniott at the tame point-
Jl waa oa J
I Till MTTl.t oi:ma ooaaoAT aaia
Uirfl the gtvateal lota of Ufa occurred. The
Kber hail a conipb-ment of all odliwrn and
aevent.viiix nun. Kivo men were a-lmre
during the Morm. W hen tlio viwl atnu k
the n-vf .he Mink Colnplete'y out of i;lit,
linil a iniiiute Inter tliero wm. not a veiiu
of her to he an-n, and all on board were
lot except one olllii-r l.ient, (iwiilke t n 1
four Niilnpi. The other live olli'-er. ninl
liity-si men were rillier iniliinily killed
lieu the Vex I i rimlie I to piece.,
or were ilrnane In the roaring tornnt
of water that broke iiion the n-:f. A .mull
iart oi toe fcirri ptow wiia alterwurd
wanlicd anliore near ih American vewl.
Thi.. and a few iiiecca of broken wreckiure
m rr the point a here .he .truck, am tlm
only portion of her Hint liuve ever been
wen .men tbe moment he went down. JuM
on Hie cilpc of the ro f . about fcHt vanli
wcl of tlie rreliton, la all that rcmniin of
tho Adh-r. Ibellni: .hin of tlie tiermnn
Kiiailron in Khuimii wulern. i he Adler
Win wn-hel on top of the reef and turned
completely over on her aids. rhe ban ro-
mniuel In Hint Ixmitioti .inee. and la aluioat
entirely out of wulrr. Nearly every Inun
alxuiril am tliroan Into the water hIiVii the
Aillcr .truck, but oolf twenty m or. were
drowned nnd her oiluert were kaved.
TIIRt.KNIA rtlHVRTTB OI.OA
la fat iiin a wlndllat, nbout a qunrierof a
iiiwcciuioi i ne American vchm-i.. While
the nkiriu aaaruKinf and thu vcmIii fighting
for their liven, the iila nume Into colli.ion
with nearly every oiher man-of-war in the
harlr and woi badly dainnued uliove lu r
water line. It I. thought th.t ahe ran le
towed oil. No live, were hut on the Ohm.
The only other man-of-war In tho ImrUir a
the I tri l toll rorwlte I'ulliop-., which arrival
here In Februnry and relleted tlio ItoyalUU
lli-r mm binery aa very powerful and .he
u cnpnblo of tteniiiiiiit at tlie r.tn of
IxIin ii LnoU an hour, but .he narrowly
ccaici jrutiiK a.horu at the witno pl.i-e with
ino Auier, nut jun a. .lie wn. atiout to .trike
tlie reef the let ro her am horn and. in tbe
fnceof terrible wiutl, .teamed out of tht
harbor and put to ncs.
Till MKtttHAJT VKoertJ
which were wrecked were t rinrlnnllv tinnll
rmfl; nenrly all of them were tliMwuon the
re l nenr the wreck of the Adh-r, but ono or
two of tlieni em-.ilcd With lli;ht duinnire.
fine of them wn a wliixiner beloiiirinir to
the (icrmnii Trudini; t'ouiuny, and .he wot
mailo n-aily at once to mmhI to Tutila to
meet tlie iK-ennic Hteuin.hlp f 'oinialiy'l
.u-naucr MuripoM froin hint rVmclw-o, no
that newi of the diutcr could Ik- fnrHnrib-d
to Auckland, and from there eiibled to Kit
roie nml Amerhn. The I ji Ii ia .trewn with
wre'kain from one end of tlie town to the
other. Over ! American and ticrni.n
.ullora are itiartered In Apia, and for a lew
ilny. nfler the .lorui tnb.nl. d ibo Rreuti .t
rotifiiion eiled everywhere. A lare
liuiuher of men on the 'on Inlia and M-rend
on other Ve.w-1. were badly Injured by fail
luff from the ri;-(ini( and heinj lliiown
olxiut deck! by the terrible m-a and it wm
riecemury to provido a tcmiHirHry luxpitid
fur their aeeominixbitiiin. A tfre.it many
men from the wrecked ve.el. tiecitme in
toxicaUd a aoou at they reached the thorn.
Tua kki'i or ma truna
wa never e.uall.-d in thi. part of the world
before. Tbe barometer had been fullinar
for aeveral day. prrriout to the .tortn and
the wind rouiiiieiiced to blow Triduy alier
noon, March II, end continued until holiday
nioruinr. The rain fell In lorrenli durlui
Ihe whole time and arent eloudi of aand
twept ever the (own. Hundred! of people
alood on the beach and watched the awful
.peclacle In tlio harbor. The veiwel. all had
full head of ateatn on and three or four
anhnrt out. Their yanU and topm.U
wore down, and every precaution w taken
to lnure the infety of the .hip., hut the
wind comtantly ahlfted from nortbeaat to
northwrat The force wai ao ireot that the
venaelt dragged their anchor all over from
ope aide of the bay to the other and came
Into oolll.loa a doion timet. Trvmon.
dout arm bMke over the deekt and
torrenlauf water rtulied down the hatchway,
and put out tlie Area. There Wat great con
foi on among the men oa aeveral of the vet-
el early haiurday moroinn, but the otHotrt
UIU nolilC wort ami the men became orderly
and attended to their dutlea bravely rn the
imeoi uanirrr. rerKin. ou tliore were nit
erleet to render aM.Uuol to tli. .IiliA
lluiidrcit ruu to the water t edge ami tWva
III the liliii'Hnjr .torni, watching the prcnt
ve--l. pitch nlwiut on the w.ivoh or drift on
to the total ilestr.lction Biainl the r-cpt.
The n't broke Uhiii the reef with a moring
miiiiiiI and wajhe.l f .r up on tho Ix'ie h. car
rying w ith it gn-at uniiltie. of wreckage.
Till WATflHIl OS tlliiKR
were .ubmcrped time after time, and ninny
were Injured by -the lloutiu wm-kiuf.'.
(treat cloud, of Mtid ti 1 1 I tlie air and cut
face and body like a knife. Kvery one (i
drenched with the mill, hut .tood .hivering
In the .torni prciturcd to n-nder w hateer
aii!aiice might be xi"ihla Tho nn-tiv.-t
waded fur out into the urf,
where a whito man could not Inc.
and miiny a life wa. Mived tlimuith tle'lr ef
fort.. Aim r. 'an. and (i. riii nin were tnuled
alike. Xo thought wa. given to the .tutu of
wnr dialing l'lifn the (orni.o. and
theiiiM lv, and the men who fouirht the
(iertiinn. at Vuilele a few month before now
battled with the wave, and rlakrd their owu
live to ave their enemle. fmm a watery
grave. The aUirni rated furioii-ly for nenrlv
two day., and when the wind Dually aha'cl
theareneof deatrui lion wui aaful. Ou the
ahoix- li'ium were unrooted and blown down
and tree, nnd fence wen' thrown aerowi tbe
alreet. o that poji-ag' Wa. nltnuM blocked.
Out of wyeuieeii ve--ri which were moored
In the harbor only two .mull tchooncr re
mained atluut, and thceo were badly dam
Till RI'RVIVOtll OP Till DHA"TI.R aKCUfO
They had een frieml and com rail. iweiit
awav from thoir grnp and go down to their
ib t)i, and exie ad to follow them a. every
wave bnike over their ill fated vi--l. Ixmg
r I nu re Inul rendered them weak an I eg
hnuatcd. Very few had tntd fiHel for
thiriy-.i hour. Many had clung to ihe
rigging without a pirlii le of clothing, nnd
all Ix.re mark, of terrible (uth ring. The
hotiM-a uf Al'la were thrown open, and both
native and foreign realdent did all In their
a Commodate the .bipwrciked
A 11 A ItAHIIOR,
where the frightful accident oeourre-l, I a
little x-inl ( in le liay, .ituated on the north-i-rn
aide of the I.Lnd of t'unlu.' The di-
Vnnee ncroa. the etitiance of the bnv I. about
ihn-e uilli-a. A rural reef, mot of whh h I
Mble at low water, extend. In front of Ihe
arbor, but ia broken fur a dl'lam e of three
'lartepi of a mile, about half way lMlwi eii
la'uU I'oiul on the ea-l utid Muliiiua I'n lit
on the weat. 1 liia lin i.k In the re f form.
(iilewny for .hipa lo enter the harlfir. The
lm e within thi. n ef win r. thix can lie at
Ij.rhor I very .mall. a. there I. a .Intel ot
lean dluii'ufoin in Ihe cetern part of the
bty and Hit we-b-rn porilon laobalnu ted by
anollier coral n-ef. wlih Ii I loc.ied from '
l i vard olf .hora and riti-nd. altnoat
fr.tn the we-lern ritremiiy of tho bay to a
point directly In front of the American con
nliile. wbicli 1. Iloati'd near the middle of
the rrvacent-idiaia-d town. It a. on thi.
inner n-ef that ino.t of the Vevl. were
wn-ckrd, a the wind blew Into tlie Imrbor
from the o-n aea and forced them hark
tgainat it. Tlie water in the open a pure
twevii the outi-r P f on the north and the
Inner reef and almnl. nn Hie we.1, aotilh and
raat I very deep, but the .pace it not c.pa
ble of accoinmodiillng with .afrty the limn
ler of large vend, whh h were lying In the
harbor w hen the atorm commenced.- There
I tin holding ground at the bottom of tlie
bar, and it ha. been no uncommon thing
for vruel. to drag their anchor whenever a
atiirbrrefo would pnng up.
AVOTIIfl OR! AT MtAnVAKTlOl
which the harbor pocw la the rapid eur
rent, which .hoot .IhmiI in teveral direction,
the vebK-ity uf whh Ii wa. greatly lncreHa.il
by tho immeiiM volumo of waier emptying
into Ihe bav from aeveral rivera. The ItIii-
clpal one of lhte curreata ruahed along
tliore, patt Ilia K.IIU witere toe Aineruan
ve.w lt .truck ; l"U yanl. further we.t it
wa. met by a roaring torrent of wtler tiour
Ing out of the moutli of the Valalgaao lliver.
Ilie conaequence wi that a whirlMKil wa
formed at Ihe mouth of the rtvr and a
down men toaM-d overUwrd from the
Vandalia were .wept down to thia point,
only to be whirled rmnd In the water for a
moment and then be loreed out Into the
bay The men-of-war which were anchored
lu the harbor were nu.earil ?ry clue ta
pe i hi r. Ti e vea-U nra-net tr the lmra
were tho IIIht and Nip!. , The l.lier waa
directly In front of the , . coiiauloie
a qunilcr of n mile frin a bore, and the
Nlnir waa nlxiitt 2) y.ir la ent of the Kler.
The .Villi r v. nlo-nd of the Nilc, and the
Ola and I llloe were theod of the Klavr.
Tlie Yutidaha w:ta beyond the t.'allic-e, a
mil oir .bore.
wa the lnat of the war ahl to arrive here,
nnd, being mu-li lurgi-r ihau any other men-of-war
in the bay, there wn. no room fur her
nenr ahore, mi .In wa. obligi-d to drop an
chor hi r 'il the Vandalia, Ju.l within the
outer reef. '1 he tailing cmd Were in aloil
low water we.t of the men-of-war. Ihe
1 ronton and Van. I. ill. had the moat dimmer
nua berth. In tin barluir while the p-iaition
of Ihe Ntiac wh. ctuialdrrcd the mih t. Kor
a few dtt pmiMling the blirrn line, the
w-onlher wn chute und th burumeter had
I mi n .lemlily fulling, hut no one aulielwted
the aiortn whli h rotunn'iioed to . ( in I ri-luy
pfteriKNiii, Man h I A. liy II o'clock that
Slight the wind had inrreaiwd to a gate, and
learlr all the warhip had their engine,
lurking to relieve the .train ui.m their
nehora. Tlie crew, on moat of the .ailing
Ieaeel threw out extra nmhor and thin
enl a-hore. The mln c-immcnecd to fall at
midnight, and th wind inerenoil In fury,
(irent wave, were rolling In frora the open
(x e.il, and the pitching u( the Irw li waa
gvgar mai wa ant at worr.
The Klr commenced to draw her anchor
at midiiight.aud nn hour Ui-r the V.mlalia'.
waa alxi drigging. However, by uaing full
team Jxiwi-r, they both .imecded In keeH
Ing well off the ni f, and away from the
other vewl.. The wind blew .troogi-r and
tlronger, and the ruin fell In torrent. Ily S
n'cliH-k Ihe aituntion bad b -come alarming.
Nearly every vcapel In Hie Ii iilor wa. drag
ging their anchor and thern wa. Imminent
dnli,T of a rolllaloti. A muir iM-gnn to
bn-ak out among the men ou aa-veral of Hie
vc.acl, aud tin y were k ht at their potta
with great dittlcuity- Un I lie ahore
Tim iiowi.imu or Tin wid
among the treca and liiMi nd the rraah of
fulling ri.ifa Ii id nruun-1 lu.iuy a-ru. from
their ImhK and flxure. wire aecn groping the
.imela, liMiking fr mjme -j -t of .heller from
the t-iiixt. Ihe lido w:i. coming in
rapidly and wave wj.liing all over the
.tieet, a hundml feet alaive the iiauni hli-h
water lunik 1 he .pray wiu thrown high In
the air, and beat into ihe window of hoii-
lll'ireat ihuru. It.lill fell like aleet, and lliell
and women who were win l'-rlog about In
the atorm .blebled tln ir bee. with amnll
pliK-e. of boon I or any other article Hint
could be tia-l a a protection a-aluat lha
wind and Mind, The nathea viemi d to realice
more linn anyone vIm Hut the itoriu would
reoplegitbered in liUlr groiiMi and peered
out into llio d.rknoa ra the r.l ol fiHiiii
lug water. Through th him knca.nl the
night rould lie aecn the liajlt of the men-of-war,
and even alnive th ru-hlng and roar
ing of tlie wind and wavae Hie .liouting of
ollieert and men ou b-i.nl came lainlly
m-rnai the water, and .trui k the terror to Ihe
heart, of all who lial.-na-L It could be aern
that Ih. vraarl. were dr.ig ug aathvlighla
were moving .lowly la ilir' rent direction,
and apparenlly crowing and re c muiiig e h
oilier. I; very momeal It wmnl aa though
two or more of the rrwt war .hli were
about to come together and the watcher on
th lieach waited In brealhh-i anxiety to
hear the rra.li of the enlh'n ami to ace the
veaael. go down to di-irii lion. A little
after Ao vliMk the llrat rata of dawn broke
UIH.n the tcrue, and n-veiiid a apriUrld not
tiir niTior or TUX vr.atu
wa tnlln ly changed, the wind which wa
blowing from Ilia nortlical bd .wept from
I heir former mooring, and lhry ' re all
hearing down in tb din-ctlnii of tho reef,
lilark tmok waa iHiuriiig (r-m the funneU.
thowlng that de.K-rau rt were being
made to keep them up . t wind.'
Tbe deck. wr awarmiiix with "". rliiia-1
Ing to mnati and any other ulipct ou whli Ii
a holteoula beobUinr4 The bull, of the
war bt were toming lut h' cork Out
moment lb veanelt teetneil to t'aml almoal
uyou Uielr beam ' eiiJt, and the belt
water a'nd ex)MMHj o view th rndibin and
rapidly revolving rroidler. Then the
prow, would he lifted high in the air. only
to plunge Int-i the next wave, nud deluge Hi
hli. with tnrn-nl of water.
(Sot. Here follow, a length- dev rlp
Hon of none, nn Ihe dith-n nl veel in 'he
Imrbor and event on ahore, name of the
lot. etc. i;o.1
King Malnaie came down from hi. cnuip
cnrly in tho morning for the llrat time in
acvcriil IllontluL II. Went down oil ahore
and din-ctcd the unlive, in their woik. Ho
then went to the Ainrrh an t'ouillnte nud
ollrreil the M-rvicc. of all. He epn---d the
grenleai luirmw on account of the ili-.iater
mid fenreil that the Americnii Hople would
blnme him forlfing theratiae of the wnr
ah pa coming down to r'amoa to be loat lo
the whole numlier of live loat wa 14't.
The K it loft 71, Vandalia II, Adler LU,
XipaicT. M-hiaiuer Lilly g, native, i Tn-n-
toii 1. Total, li'i.
rhtarapliaf ike Veaaela,
8a Kranciwo, fol.. April 1.1. Mr. Dun
ning, roprrcntntlve of the Aaaocla'ed I're.,
who went to H.moa two munth ago, and
wbiaae letter di-wrildug tho wn-ck uf th
American and O-rnian war vcwh-U in Apia,
a telegniped tonight, furwardeil three pho
tograph howln2 the appcuranre of the
wrcikcd vevM'lt. The (ierniiin tliip Adlir
lie. ou her lido roiuplelely out of wat.-r,
while only the bow of ihe Klter in hown on
ahore, thlt vrawl being eompleUdy broken
up. Of the Van lalia, only the main nuiat,
.moko alack and tome of the rigirlug apjicur
almye wnU-r. The American Ibo-li p 1 rcn
ton aland, well nut of the w.iler, and tln-re
appear, no qtl'-alion a. to the aaving of her j
riflel battery. The Nlj.-li- ahon. the elh-i I. '
of Ihe colllal. m with the (ierinnn .hip olga '
in Ihe low of Iter tmoae.taik. Ihe Olga
diaplnya notignof any injury.
rreal4ewllal Owllwa; I'Mtpaneil.
Waiu(.Toii, April II. There wa. a aleady
full of ruin during the entire morning and
tho I'n alib-nt w. forced to abiindoii hi. pn
iaei trip down the I'otnmac today. Kvery
arraiigi-metit had been miido for a abort out
ing, and there wa coualderuhla diaapMilnt
ment at Ihe ueei-a-ary Hi.lponetuent. 1'hn
trip wh to have h'-eu made III Ihe lighthouae
l-iidi r llollv, which wa. onlered lo thi city
from Norfolk for the pnriie. The voacl i
will remain here for aeveral day. and the
Trc-ddi-iil limy u it for a .hurt rriuw iin
day next week, p ioihly Monday, if the
weather ia favorable.
Jarhaeavllle' Mllltarr aaleai.
Jr naoiyii.LR, Flu., April lit The run
teal for Ihe price of II. OW for Ilia heal drill-1
conipaiiy, oH.n to all H La tea, and ViO to th
ccotid heat, took pliu-e yeatcrd.y. Ther
weie M-yen entrie. The Judtrrt made theae
award.: The boiithern t'adei of Mhcoii,
lit., (l.l er rent.; tiermnn I'liailiira,
f harlclon, B. C, 7a ir. (lute l ily Ouardt,
Atlanta, On . 7liM; Carolina ItllbA ( barb a
ton. N. Ii., 71 'i; Orlainbi Ouarda, Orlando,
Kla., 72 1; Melnip-illun Light Infantry,
Ji katoiville, Kla., M A; J. kaunvilie (Kla.),
Light liifiintry, 4!i.7.
awreimn Win Wlia r.a.e.
riTTamao, 1'., April 13. Th Interna
tlonat walking match clonod tonight with
tho following reault, Noremao winning with
rM. Tb final (core: Nnrem-ie, Mil; Ifegrl
tnnn, 417; Coliuora, 10, Koran, 4TH, Golden,
47.1; AiI.iiii. il Tavlor, ShA; Turner, M'K
I'artwrighU 3411; Dillon, Ml. The atlendanc
during Ihe week ha. been large, and Hi
wlnn.r will recelv about 2,lfiU and the tec
ond innn ll.om), Connor, lloran and
Ooldeii w ill alo receive a hnr of ihe re-M-lpta,
having covered th uectonry 47J
A few Appointment.
WtaiiiaoTog, April 1.1. The rreaident to
day mad the follow ing eppolnlinent.:
Tbomaa B. C'outkr, of Ohio, to b Auditor of
th Tronau ry for the 1'o.Uifllie III paituirnt
To be C'ollei'tur uf i'oinnia ),i.n W.
lr'iaber, tor th Jjlslrict oi lUvUmoud, Vo-J I of waLat.
l'.'r-r? V Mrt'-t dllunoHlrPMU i I hfl' V H RTP 11PI
Mrnr Max rracht. Jorllie lo.trii'tut Ala-ka. a iiu.iuiiiii'U.i lit' u I IJ.liU ull
III the li-rnlory of Ala-klia.
Tho following nameil i'mldenllal l
ninairr. were n .m l n r. . I toilnv: thnrh . 1,
hi'lin-i-dcr at liiiiiiiiighiiruh, lnd.,ano K.'nn r
t nn ketl lit rxiutli ll. inl. Iml.
Jiime. 11. Nlil.rl. of (hlra.ro, 111., ha. been I
vpiMiiuic-l a iMiaimlice Iii-im-i tor vlihhr.nl-
iinirlera at t Mc.-igo; lnvir;.T ,M. I lin-lian h.il
been apiHiillted ail liaaUl nit .lll.-rilltemh lit
of the railway mail wrvice and dciguali'd
for duty in tlie otli. o of (ho l lrat .Vae.alnut
FLADOKA1 8 AND FRUlTLKflS WORK
Of th Board of Bureau Chief of tbe
WA.iitai.ToN, April 13. -The II .aid of
Jin nun Chief of tho Navy lleparlmeiit, lo
which wa. referred f r n port the pnpouN
rcceiveil f..r the couairui lion of the ariuon-d
roaat d fi-nao Veam-I, la In daily .riaion and
el lici t. o rtnnph te It. work bxlay. A
fliiiinrialdilllcultyliit.ariM.il, which threat
en. to miih r frnltle.. all of the elaborate
Work of dealgn or computation which but
occupied Ihe bureaut of the dirlmriil for
month, pnat It .tiring from the .pnarenl
reulnmriit of th act of f'ongreat making
the appropriation uf AJ.iaai.Kjil that It .,ull
lie tlio lolal coa nt "naval ttructiint.
Knne month ago bid. were Inviiiil and
iropiMila n-crlved for building a auhmiiriue
lor4Mlo ImhiI, tho nt of whhh wn. to be
tm I from thi. appropriation of '.'.lMi,iaal.
I'p lo the pn-ai-ul il.ite no award of roti
trnct bai yet been m i l". The loweat aultnlile
olb-r to liiilld thi. i rift placed the rot a I
about IliO.Oai. ( ,e award ahould be
made at thlt figure, there Will not be .ulll
cn iil money n iualiilug (uecordiiig to the
rloM-al cub iilul Ion. ol the board) to build
the armored eonal ih fi nae vc.m-I. On tha
other band, if the aubtuarine hunt I. ubnii
doned nud Ihe contract awarded In tho bid
der, for the larger Veaael, the quealioii
wmild ariae whether anrh action would
not violate the unparent intention of
t'ougna. lo provide for more Ihuii
one naval .trurture. It hna been tuggeatnl
aa a ineniia of ex-ape from Ihe ilileiiima Hint
by cb-ae liguriug cnoiigli money might be
aved oyer and above the coal of the coii-t
di-fi'iiae ye. a. I o build a tmall torrx ilo Imut,
and that the .iihmarlun boat Inlithl lie abaii
doneil. It I. piobuble tbiit thelMiiml will
not attempt to wive Ihi. pndilem, but will
.Imply report the fnrt. to rk-i n buy Tracy,
who will refer it for aolutioti to the Judge
Advoxatr-Oi'iii ml for the department.
' - - -
aillnl bailer. H
Wi.ittauTow April 1 1 The freddout
baa .npointed Sliax a l'. Wllnan, of ( U-O r
( oiinly, Molilalia, agi-iit for the Indian! ol
the I row agency in Montana.
I "an n I. M. lakwiMid, fulled Hiiile. attor
ney for the northern dl.trlct of New York,
hna realgned. Ho thn-e liluci liolliiliatid
O rover I levnland for olllre.
Andrew linwuer, of Ntw Orletm, waa the
only bidder for rrcon.tructing Ihe roof of
the ruatoin hoiiae at New Orlt-eiia, Hi
price for Ihe work I. I.vi.-V.-.
Tho I'oatiiiaati-r-tieucrul today awarded
(be triennial contract for niuil aervire at
Miinicnpnlia, Minn., from July I, 1"', to
June :n, lo.', to I beater II. Dli kona, uf that
tily, at 1 1 .1" ) N-r aniiuni.
Iran an4 airel aiitil.f let.
ruiLAiitiriiiA, fa, April I.I. Th annual
tlailaiiral P'Hirt of the American Iron and
HP-el A'MHMntlon baa Juat lieen la.ued. I'ro
dm Hon of ill the lending form, of Iron and
ah el in Hie I'nlted Btntr in IHhj, with tbe
an ii ;-l- rxreption of pig Inm, wa. leaa than in
17. I be ligim are a. follow.. In tilt tout:
In l.ihT, if'J,7s,l; In laaa, !W,lt7t,n'j.l.
Th "tpal Al.al.
WAaiiiaapia, April IS. Hfvretary Main
reielveil a cablegram thia afternoon fnna
Mr. While, rieendaryot the I'nlted Klalei
legitlon at Loiiilon, ttating that he hail been
ndviM-d by the l.lrydt that the Oerinau ahlp
Olga arrived at fydney today from Miimoa,
ri pirting Hint the hiinie it ailont with her
rudder and TnH-ller loaaag that Ihti in-u-
LfTrLS KNOWN AS TIT OF TUB FAT J
OF TUB ILL-FA TD DANMARK.
Anxlou Inqulrlee Conoornlnat the Vet-
eel aud raaaengere Over 70O Per-
eona on the Ml. ting Steamer
Thore la Uopo of Her Safety.
Nxw Y'oiik. April IX The Allcr. fnun
llremen, nrrlved nl her dock thia morning.
It a lioH-d that .he might bring tome
Ill Wa ol llio paaactlger and cn-w of th
abniidoiied atenmcr Dinmnrk, hut m h wn
not fie cne, a. the find her t'liptain fu-ard
of Ihe ilUa-lcr wai fmni tho reorter. who
thnuigid the dink. Ihe Allcr had aighu d
no w ni kngo nor encountered any Ij;ii of
Ihe illaa-li r.
The mail, from the While Fhir tlenmcr
liilltaiilc, wh'ch arrived lust night, were
diaiiihuted thi. nioriiilif, and among th
Ictier. wui one for Kuuih, Kdye Co.,
coiiluining a ll-t of the p.iaacuger who
Were on lnrd the abandomsl tteamer
Duniuark. The Ilnilatiic arrived ut her
ha k alHiut II .10 o'clock p.m.. hut tho lelier
for Kuiich. K.lye .t Co. wa. not oia-ncd till
Hut innriiliig. Ku new. rotircruiiig their
tale hna vol been received, but the in.-enl. uf
the teuiin r, w blrh I. pnthuhly by thi. Hint
n me i-.i oi me (.van, aro lio fol Hiul
nine l-.i-iiiu tin. l mnv hate liikeli olr Hie
!! ngera and cn w. lu booing for thu
giaal fortune they aro half expectant thai it
will liave iHllell lo Hi IiiI ol their own
ale.niii r In laud lo have .-rforinel ain h a
good pfei uf woik. Ihe Ireland left
hri-lniii-eiid on Man h 50. and I. expeei-i
inrnvehero al any liiomeiil. hlie wa., ill
hut. looked for lnat evening, but np
to l hour In fn-e ll' II lixl.iy alio ll.l-l llut
Hi n aleiiteii. ll other ateatnera have ar
rived tt I'll any new.ol having fallen in with
drilling boala, .id thi. ImnuM-t I ho hope
Hut .oine al'-nmahiii h.a n-nden-d llinelvaa-
ai-lanie und taken the alilpx n-i ked pa--'n-get.
and their bnalt til on boanl. Tele
ennna are arriving every hour at I he olllre of
llic agi-nia, u-Uing for Information concern-
ill u' friemla who were to he un the teambl
One came fMlu Omiiha, frvlil R 1 1 Ibirkelow,
Ling il I'- rn.nlllu l'i raow, of Malum, hwe-
liell, Wa. a paaactlger. A glatllT Bl tllO 1 1-1
revealed the f.n t thul the Waa.
A gnat number of pcoi'le, who bv thi
time had cmm led to greet their Irieinls
lin.-er around the door of th l i"nj'r
otln e aiMioii. hi hear llillnga and et -tear-
ii I I lift tho new. tnuy nu.li tin ni. may
laat all leiK. of rver teeing their frien l.
muni. 1 1. ry n an me routiiruaiii e. oi 11
w ho gn in and out a. if they winild try and
km u if they bad reuaoii toliupo.
fawtencerw an4 In Believe t ft re,
I.ohihix, April I I. CapL I'otnl. of the In-
nan Line .tinnier City of theater, which
Ightcd Ihe abandoned iteamor I'aiitnark. t
eve. that Ihe olllcer aud crew of the Pan-
In r were rvwueil. Hebaaet hiiln I efou the
fart that the I'inninrk'. boat. wrn none, A
able waa aeon hanging over Ihe l ow uf IhO
.iiimurk. and thia leal. tuft. H m-l lo
Ilevethat the had beell III tow of another
It ha. been definitely an-ertnlne I that there
Wi re miT2 peiaon. on hoard the .'earner 1 a i
nark. 'I hi. number Ineludcd u-ii paawiigrn
and fil u l'l en and cn w.
rig. I) t lever.
Cilinuo. III.. April IX-Judga Walter Q.
On-ah.iin will not try lo work the pig pin
tle. A bill for 1111,0110 damage, for Infrlngo
nieiitonlh trademark wn tiled In tbe
t'ulted Htal'-a Circuit Court thi. morning
by th attorney fur Miaw Lyman, of
VVaverly. N. Y., mnncfnelurer of the game
of yiuv eutltied "I' p III Clover.' agalnal
I'nler A. Hum., a ii.annfnettirer of tot
lieie. Il la i In iine. I Hint lluru. I nmuu
fnriurlng. adverlialug and telling thlt p
xle.wiih the tiflv uuuk counU-dvuted ou lb