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MEMPHIS, TEXST., MONDAY. API til, 2".), 18S9.
VOL. XLIXNO. 93
HARD TO PICK.
The Fields In Today's Eaces.
Keeveaa and Madolla to Try It Over
Again Thla Afternoon.
Tudor, Bankrupt and a Lot of Fast
Ones to Go a 1111a.
Old Endurer Against a Flold That
Five Good Racos Promised Today MU
Lebanon's Friends to Have An
other Chance to Back Him
An Assortment of Tips.
Five races today, including a heat race,
ought to and doubtless will draw on im
mense crowd to Montgomery Turk. Tho
program is exceptionally attractive nnd
tlio most puzzling of tho week. A lot of
rnro youngster will meet In tho Harvey
Robinson selling race, three of them win
ners, either hero oral Now Orleans, Ilildo-
trd, Millio William, and Indian Princes.
Mf. Lebanon and Gwendoline, on whom
there woro strong tips out when they
started before, are also In. Likely enough
one of them will get there today.
Iifthe wile and an eighth race Keevena
and Madolin will havo nnothor chanro to
test tlio question of tbor relative siicrior-
iiy. Saturday's test, when they finished
almost none and noso, was not autisfactory.
Mockio II, who was a fair sprinter in her
two year old form, is entered, but ns aha
lins not started this year, it is burd to get
a line on her form. It is hardly likely tlmt
sho is good enough to bent Keevena.
Tho third race is a puxz'cr of puzzlers.
I'-nnkmpt is the rhoicnof the talent, but is
lie in winning form? Ho has not started
this year, ami no one but bis slabio people
knows what ho can do. It is reported that
lie worked a milo tho other day in 1:44,
under a doublo pull, w ith 120 ound up,
. tho On half in IfcP.l. If he can do that
today bo will win. Turfmen nil agree
that Itankrupt is what J hey call a cur
nnd that ho (plits when other hones collar
him. Ho Is quite likely to 1o coilared in
tho company ho travels with today. (.Joined)-,
who run such a gaum race ttio other
day and finished second to Iillio Wall,
Illicit do il. Chickasaw showed Saturday
that Ojiurlcrinaster slock is coining to the
There Is one of Quartermaster' pet in
tho hral nice who is nut to lie despised.
Lick Wright has shown Rood form in his
work and limy reward his barker by land
ing the money, although Hamlet sold a
Lot (uvorite in the xlson the strength of
hi performance here lust Tuesday, when
with niuoly-nmo pounds up ho beat Inso
lence, lied Ioaf, Culnhne, Winslow,
fsli.u..ltf ... t 1 lit .. I- i '
, i ..... .j . i.., i j- it, ill I te ii
The five-eighth selling raco presents a
flnii fli.l.i r.r ..Ba..i.u ......i.i.. i... . i
ni:,.i vi rjn iu-H) lltfmuir r.u mrcr,
who sold favorite over the field in Satur
day night's pxiliiig. Ho' outclasses tlm
others, but Mucnuloy, Clara .Moore ami
Chickasaw are likely to be very iicur him
at the liuish.
Attractive 4 ar4 T4jr.
Tho most pu.liug board of tho week Is
presented today, embracing un extra five
eighth selling raco not Inelu led on the
regular program. Tho foilowing are the
conditions and onirics:
IksT HAIX IIAIUkV IIOIIIXsOX -SKIIINO.
I1ir.rl.ll. ol Khl. b l ln-nre. Knr Un rir
f.liU. II rcii-if.1 t.i . nl. lor il, in i-ri .n.-T
woikIii; I Hi. iil..m. lurnu li rim l rl.imi u,
l.w. I Ha allotted lor each l.iu il.ittul.i H i.
Ilsll a nil io.
Mil'ia Williams 10.'. Mount UUimti i.. ( nltjln
K'.i, lluul m. ,y li.iu kliiirit I'M. In linn I'mi
trm It. I. Ill, ki n n. y , llil.l..trt i. luti nil i-)IIH-
Pu, Allalo Ul li
SKoM) ll.UK-ll.oVII a Miki.xky's SOIAC
It K T.
ftinr wn, ol wV I. h f lo-. mi.1 an.) rn Ihlr I.
A li ml I' tin. ! Iht.v ti-jt tuilt l-uiri. biihw
tiul nimr lhur ilijr. Apulia U, i, hi. t.i a.i-ji
3 .i.. ralmtlar. ..pru r KsUrmlioi. u.ual
liiHirxl r.lm ii.iv .Ur. MIU- nn.l mi i iitli
al.M.illn ns M-fi.u llr l w, Kreti-. iu loi,
llou. John b A: tlii ilc II lut
f IIINO tlA( IC I.IKIIMUAXX'S IIOi rl. STAUI.
A M'tlltiaT aiaka tor ail aurs. Si to aitfimiMiir
twin In illnti ait'lillonal lo .lit i.,l,l.- (,
wbli'k It 1 U miii. ami ai In i,!r. ora
l ini ng I.. !.!. I lot i i.ii. mrrr m-Uhl lor
our ".iril alliiw.l lor nuk M ! ilown l.i
.M. Ilifti two imiii.U lorr U Mu b-M ilottn
!.!. whl Il rllxll l 111.' 1..XO.I ..in,,,. ...i...
1'i-atro h'il-- ho llnl.ii to Is rialini, r jiinn prli
piwliuinOHnill III'. IMIirt INIV fit UK Irit-,
liiMir nil IihIiiH ttir lUf prrvliMu bi lli rtw-o. ( limil
wnh .'itiilm rn.in.ii.. hi,). iii...
Irma II M, l.i...r l.iibrrt W, Krrmiiaj K
tlMUilljlilw;, loinr.1) III.
, a fin mil n it f. n til. mi in rt ItiK.
f ltirlil, i.(hli h inn In am.ii.l. Knr all arr
Vtliiii.t to li'Mil.iai .hi nmi , '(,, ii,
lor rnrh f lUlilottn In tl l; t'.rn I Urn. a'l.iKH 1,4
r- rh nr rttn In T ; ll.rn ;i Ii. aliomil . 4,
t,i" iiown in 9 u. i nitv ,iiarli-f mil,, ihii
T J. Ilti-k in. All. il stmi ui, M rijlit t".
I.filr II W, I uunli-w I'M, llainU't hu
rirrn uaik-sii i iki.
Faint ram. nl liwlinbil In ni ihr pmmm
f Inrj l,M,rt III. I!l,r llmuli J,u l.i I , . ,..a
I'lihui. I '.', yiatauit f lul, I bb last 1 'J, So Mui
I l.t l II,
I'linntni.K jrittxm touay.
Flrt rarv, Ml Ul-iion flitl. Millio WKILiini
H-.,ii'l rart. Krcn-ni f!rl, Manttalln Mrtif.,
Tblnl hov, !i,iil,ni. flft. ti,f,il -.i..-.,!!,!.
'irili rniT. Ma'iib l II r t l'l I Hntlil nt nil.
Jr IliU lair, I n.) irt AM. I hu Unwis Mvuiid.
Tltrjr Will tiara al ntHrlllr.
The follonin slulih-s will hnvo hero to
morrow lilKht for West hido Talk, Nshh
ville: It. Turkei's bliihle, nina ltors , Includ
ing Kecveena, Stridi-snay, Millio Will-
In ins, heriliemv, Kol d Or snd others.
W. Mdjulcdii's stable, twelve horses,
including Lullo IX, Indian 1'iincchs and
W. P. Msiwrll'd stable, twclvo horses,
lorlii'llna Clmnip.ieno Chailey,
L'l. ('orriran's slnlile, tweutv-ons hor-ws,
Inclii'linn ilisKller, full tirulhcr to Miss
1'onl, I'nile, h'(KTtiiliir, Irish Pat, IVrs'm
Itinns snd others.
Kiilfim U'lli's stable, eililoen liorsin,
ini'luiliiiit Wri-sller. Itsnkrunt snd oiIhts.
V. West hrrford, seven linra.ii; W. Mulky,
acven hnmi's; Whet-lcrA f srris, S.I horses;
C. II. IVtlinb'tll, sit horsis; W. J. Wi.h
rer, six lioim-s; ICil Trotter, nine; M. m-
kii, live; U. . roolo, live; lk.ll A Tun
. berlake, (en,
Also the lU'VCrw Vrk slnMa with llilrtorn
liorsos.Tncluilinij iVown Princess, t'awius,
I lay Mockton, Insoleni-o and (its) a way J I,
J. m. nrown s '.nolo ol eleven lioi s.
t - . a. a a
inciii.iinu ni.try j., oiu oi (lie d un of I
inont. Iuhme. Mimita llardr, AUahrene,
llvrlle J.. and U lv ll!nrkliirn.
W. 0. -Scully's stiible ol nine Lome.i, in
cluding Ilvpnerito. Ixittio Wall, Fniry
gueen, nnd Cileu Hall.
I. M. lierry s atahlo of ton horses, con-
tainiuj; Ki-lit to Bevon, Hopeful and tho
Great Tom-Orphan Uirl (illy.
Tom Riley's stablo of four, Including
Gwendoline, Quotation, nnd Orderly.
How I'nst Could Troubmlour t.uT
From tliu Sew Ynrlt Hport-iiunn,
Iroubadonr s early fouls at La Graneo,
Ky., hIiow pioiuiiw of iiilieritinir all tho
speed and b'nuieness of tho Suburban win
ner, their sire. If ever thoro w.m a blood
borne of tho highest type, who united else,
rhapo, breeding and performances to ac
tion, w hich whs tho very poetry of motion,
that homo was Troubadour. To sou him
skimming over o track w ith tlmt tireh.MS,
frictionlewi BLriile of bis was worth a long
journey to soo.
llecently at Mobile his trainer, Kocci-s,
related to our special commissioner kouiq
hiuhly interesting facts as to how good the
sou of Lisbon was in the early pni t of 1SS7,
the summer ho beat The Hard at I-ong
Hraucli. While even then under suspi
cion, his speed was, apparently, even
greater than the year before, when ho won
tho fc-ubttrbau. Many will remember tho
first raco Troubadour ran that spring. It
was a mile, and Maroon was his opponent.
The latter went oil" nnd ran the (list threo-
iiiarters in 1:15). with Troubadour at his
In tho stretch, when well in seventh
furlong, Tioubadour moved up the terrilic
BH'ed ut which they were poind, seeming
incro play for him, nnd dashed past Ma
roon iu if tho latter had been tied to a
post. As the mile was finished in 1:4-1
some idea of the speed of Troubadour's
seventh furlong can be imagined, proba
bly about 11 seconds. In our report of tho
raw at the time mention was ma le that
the burnt of sjcd shown by Troubadour
in this seventh lurlonir was plienomunnl
after having already run the first six fur
longs Iu cIum to 1:1).
A mouth utter that nnd when St uv vo
lant had run a milo at t-heepshead Riv in
I. ml l... .....I. l.:-. i r 1....1
i.-iii-i, jiii-uia ItiK iiiui uiiu A(i'UOH(iuiir tu
the Jlrcliion lU-ih'h track to jjive them a
trial. It had rained hard the niclit lc
fore, which was whv ho went to llriuhton
coiiiyo, us that is always less heuvy niter a
nun than a.iv of tho adjoining tracks from
lut iH-t'iiliar IM1 snd sulisolU
At the liiitfliton course were quite
number of trainers who saw I lie proceed
lii.', all with watch iu bund hungry for
Mounting Church on Troubadour nnd
Crorkett, alius ltous, on Stuyvesanl,
Kotrers told the tsjvs. ".Now. I want vou
two to run, vou understand? No canter
iiiK or icailoplng, but jnsl let these horses
run, you hear me'.'" The seipml showed
tlmt tho boys uudeistood their iiislruc
ti'iii'j and ''let tho hoi.us run."
Tlio track was wet andsloiitiv, fully four
seconds slow to tlio mile. W hen the iit!r
started .stuyves.mt went ofl' at a killing
jiace and run the first qnnrter in th'.'.'i,
J'mubitdour about a length bnek. This
did not suit Uoers, and he signalled
Church to no on, which he did sowelltluit
Troubadour passed Ntiiyvessnt in the next
quarter, doiiiir the halt in mud iu 0. 1'.l. tho
second ti'iurler in 0.24.
I Ins settled Muvvesitut. Although, as
noted, lie had just run a milo iu a raee at
Hiccpshcad iu l;-l), this half in tlm mud
iu 4:'. over n truck where o.'js. bud been
tho IhkI half mile thut uiornintt in work,
liroke his heart for that tune, and as lie
later ran a mile in 1: lo, it cannot bo said
Hint ho was "soft" for a mile. So, il is
the pace thut kills, and Troubadour just
could ruu at a ruto which would litcr-tily
smother uiost opioueii!s. He finished tho
in i In that day in 1 41. nino Iiirions In !:,,
beatini; Stuyves-mt fifty yards in a muter.
Then the trainers wuichinir thu trial.
each had Boiiietliimt lo say. Niid "I'.illy
likelau 1: lioem, how fast csu iron
bsdoiir run, snywuvT We've seen the
other fellow run n milo in 1:40. over si
the lVay, and six lurlon.-s In 1:11, and
know he is fatt und not a 'fluky' hor-r.
I'.ut lliat hall mile in 4'is. on a track like
this k.io him bellous to mend. As lo tho
oilier horse, Troubadour, who outran
Mnyvriiiit ' ea-i'v, well, he s a streak of
".reused liLilittiitiir.'' And, as Lakeland pit
ihrouk'ti, he whistloil ioiittaii'l I low. lace
certainly kills, and iktIuiim it will never
l known flow fust Irouhudour ws at that
.din m Ikit Murr.
Piluo Wing, tho occoinplished turf cor
lrssni.teiil, writes as follows of tho Mem
phis ladies: The ladies-Gixl bliss their
sweet souls turn out hero iu legions, more
so than at any other point of liko sixj on
tho circuit, and, of course, where the la
dies go there also w ill be found I ho sterner
m x. This, in aincssuro, account for the
Inrb'e audience. , Kvcrydity this week the
fair sex have beeu out in luruo iiiiiiiIhts,
nnd il i not nlono tho butU-rlhs of fashion
which have graced tho "rand stand at
Montgomery Park, but hundreds of the
staid iiiatniiil of whom nil .MniiipliisiM are
proud. Py their prt-si'mn ilm tallies of
Sleiuphis have cIcvuIihI the sport in this
rity nnd lent n chnriu to the occasion
w Inch cannot fail to bu of ureal help tu ttie
Jot key Club people iu future.
Tu man who can pick out tho winners
today Is a good one.
Toiiat and tomorrow are yet-nwny days,
and not likely to be K""d for favorites.
Asti tk hort-owm ssy lint Corriiran's
Itiley is tlio best Iso-yenr-olJ in tha West.
Is (xiint of attendance and spirited lct
ting thn nrcwnl race meeting is the ts-st
CVer held ill the South.
Joe Ui i.max, of lioche A Co., Ixsik
makers, says Memphis Is tho best betting
pluce in the Wc4tcrn raring circuit.
Chickasaw's win nnd Money Mont
gomery's second uro tho gratifying feat
ures of the meeting. One of these days
Money will coitto iu first, and then Homo
A Front rriixrr young man named six
winners halurday in tho psilrioii), and
gil IM to 1. 1 )tu proprietor says the fest
li unexampled In turf history'. A man
who can name lit winner In one day
nevJ not w nMo hi. tiiuo arouud coltoil
hiiRRinAx'a slnrling Palurday wax sm.ix
iiijrly (."sid. He got his horses ofl promptly
aud in Hue shnpo in every rare but tlio
sixth, Pool jack lini prsi ticMlly left at the
post. There was st no time a much as
lixn minute delay al the post, l'eoplo
w ho rvmeuibcr dels s of an hour or more
lt year marvel at Mr. Mieridun's skill. It
is no ordinary achievement to start seven
races right oil the reel from 2.iW to t.M
! Mrtatlr's hlnl.la.
Sah Fbaxcim'o, Cul., April CS. -Dan
McCn'ty, tho horscroan, left lodiy over
the Central I'utille Kailrcad, with three
cars, containing titty-twit horses for Last
el u met. Uiter.tr w ill go lo lajuinvillo,
where nun br of his horses w ill enter
the Derby nnd varioi s handicap races.
The other two cars will go to N w York
and appear there nnd on no other tuicks.
llltf I'eoplr, Ills; (Jsinc.
Ft. Iiris, Mo., April 28. After n mi
nillcent fight in a gamo full of exciting
features, tho Prowns downed tho Cinciiv
uatis today In foro 12,000 people. Tho day
was beautiful and tlio gamo stubbornly
contested throughout, both Duryen aud
Chamberlain ha 1 splendid control of
tho ball, but the ltrowus were thu most
succcujful iu their hilling. Tho liomerun
hits of Chamberlain nnd O'Neill were the
longest seen ou the grounds hi many ft
day. Shorty Fuller's brilliant work at
short was a noteworthy featnro of the
game, while Nicoi's all nround work was
adiuirahle. Cincinnati put up the best
iraino of the series, but thev woro general
ly outplayed, fcore: fct. Louis 5, Cincin
I.urV Ag-nlnsl l.oulst lllr.
Kaxss City, Mo., April 28. Tho big
gest crowd Hint ever attended a ball gamo
hero saw tho locals win their sixth gamo
from Louisville. Swiirlitcl (or Kansas City,
pitched effectively, tho homo team win
ning a haril-coiitcH'ocI gamo by timely
buuehinit of hit. Hcore: Kansay City &,
mod I row d, t.ood tJnina.
Coi.t Miii s, O., April 2H. The Columbus
und Allilctint opened ou tho local grounds
loday In-fore :i,.VK) people. Score: Colum
bus 4, Athletics 6.
THE WASHINGTON CENTENNIAL.
Preparations for the Cs'obratlon About
Completed Tho President's Train.
Nkw Yoiik, April 28. Such crowds ns
are on tho street today were never seen
before in New York on Sunday. Fifth
avenuo nnd Madison Square nro 01111011
impassable, while lower Iroadway ami
Wall streets ore packed. The crowd was
drawn lo Wall street snd vicinity to view
the sccno of tho decorations of the sub
treasury building nnd tho custom-house.
The sound of tho hummer is heard nil over
tho city of tlio.-'o who are getting ready
the decorations for the Washington Cen
tennial, nnd the scene of today will bu
much beautified thereby for the nurrow.
The leading hotels, such ns tho Hotel
I'runswick, Hodman House, Fifth Avenuo
Hotel and other, are like mountains of
gay-bunting, beneath which there are few
glimpse ol their actual structure.
Tonight the finishing touches uro being
put on tho pier at tho loot of alt stn-ef,
where the President will land tomorrow.
It Is pier Pi, Last Liver. It is said that
$12,000 is being sMit in this work. The
pier is 4V) feet lon;, and is divided Into
two apartment by means of two large
curtains susiMjndcd from the beam. The
part facing the river will lie decorated only
with a laruo American llag on thn roof.
The utrl of the pier facing .Niulh street is
covered with decorations. Over PfJ largo
American II 11M nr ilrupcd over it, sup
xirled by the coal of nrms of the various
Stale uud numberless streamer hutiff
from every oiiit. A flout i nrianed for
the preideiiUal parly to land. Ill cov
ered with cariM-t ami concealed nt the sidit
with buiilnnf. Lxtelidinv' (10111 piers 111 to
17 were strum two lines of sln-uincnt.
Sixty H.ipt mid many streamers tlccorate
the ro if of tint p or.
The Sub-TrcaMiry building and the custom-house
are covered with thousands of
dollars woith of decoration.
Thu tardy decoiiiiioiis of the Cilv Hull
have ats'i Imi n llmshed louiht I'lu.'s iu
the form of hull losettes siitismded hv I lie
coal of nrms of tho Mates ilecoratu the
B ilm. while on the roof wero the btui und
slrijs s mui the colored Hags.
1110 r.ioiiatu whs not tioarrvcti um ll(
thu craft of all kind oil tlio river tixlay.
I.vcrvthiiij v:as being put Into slilii-shaiio
for 1 1 10 morrow. Many steiiiiieis 11 1 rem I v
lind their bunlltig living xud ull lint work
of oveiliaiihiirf the 1I11 or.ilions in readi-
ncs fur the early morning hours was being
An nrmv of men were put In work to-lay
to finish the tlilleieul aluml for sight
seers tomorrow. As soon a il was learned
at police headquarter that these men were
1I1 wcratlnn the SiMuth, onicrs were nt
once issiietl to the captains ol the precincts
in which the wink wa itoing on In have
it topH-d. Tho lirst aug of men en
cd.inu rod was found In front of the
Church of thu Ditluo Paternity, IU v. Dr.
l.iton, corner of Kortydlflh street nnd
l ifth avenue. 1 he foreman at lint re
fused to stop work, but as xm ss be was
threatened with urrmt ho thniiL'ed front
snd t'xik his men away. Tho Aldermanie
stand ul the Stewart mansion netsled mt
a few stliMrt to complete it, but the x
lice refuserl to let any mora work go on.
Contractors an olferiiu much 11 M for
carpenters to go lo work after liu liiiflit, so
that tlieoiitslunihiiK contracts may be fin
ished. St. Paul's Chiel ut Vt-sey jtlroot and
Itnmdway, preseiiicd a uuU scene t-xlsv.
It was decorated inside snd outside by
fl.r.n. Two hundred iiiemlxr of the So
ciety of the Cincinnati, the Son ol the
Involution aud the New York Cum
limil'lrey of thu l))'.ll la-xion Wero irt-seut.
The sermon was preached by thu Liyhl
Lev. Dr. Wm. Stevens I'erry, 1'ishop of
Iowa. Tho siiliji-cl was "tieorifii Wash
iiu'.i'ii ss a Soldier, Patriot, Statesman nnd
TU a Irrsr n l.llaabrlll, J. I
Ki ix tnxTii. N. J., April 2H. Lli.ilx tii
has hud the (Y tilciiuiitl fever today, and
never iu tho history of tho city was theie
witnessed a fciiinluv like it The decora
tions had scarcely beeu 1m?kuii when
Lriilay's ralnslorm commenced, nnd today
the work was saiu taken tip. Tho streets
have been thronged with pcoplo watching
what is Ix'ing done, and this evening tho
city is hfilliaut with color. All the public
buildings and Gov. Green's resideuco are
I'lalxiralcly decorated. In the churches
historic Sermon wero prenchi-d.
Vic-I'rciidcnt Mmton mi l '! . M-uton
arrived here frooi New Vo'k ' e '.' tliis
nfternoon. Several thousand p.-oplj had
Caihcr-d at the nUlioti, and the p ilica hud
tu force a iitsuguw.i to the tuifiae. Mr.
and Mr.b .'loiton wem diivcn to tho homo
of Coii)(resiiiun Kean, whose guests they
will bo until they Join the Presidential
party t Gov. Green's tomorrow moruliiK.
Ihu city is hlliuK up with pooi.le from the
country nil around. iHpartmont Com
mander Miller teli fiaphcd last uijjht that
there would Is' ''',IM Grand Aruiv men in
the procc-si'in which cM-otts Presideul
Harrison lo the place of embarkation.
Military and ciwo Mxicties will aUo
A GOOD SHOWING.
Southern Activity Eomarkablo.
Whllo In tha North There Are Com
plaints of Extreme Dullness
The South Is Moving Alouj as Sho
Nover Did Before.
Her People Are Not Only Hopeful
Drones Are at a Discount Energy and
Enterprise, Censelers and Tlreloss
Vim Are Now the Controlling
Factor at the South.
From tho Manufacturers' Kceuril.
Ill the North there is coinplaint of dull
ness; in tho South activity never kdore
equaled is seen In every lino of industry.
Tho people nro nut only hopeful, but en
thusiastic. Tho steady progress of Into
years has brought about n scaxon of pros
perity which ha Infusisl new life into
everybody, and tho whole South is alive
nnd nt work. Drones are nt a discount;
energy and enterprise, cessclcss, tireless
vim nnd push are now the controlling fac
tor in thu South, And then added to
this, tho North has ut Uit realized what
nn empire is here for development, a coun
try of imperial extent .and possibilities
w hero nature has dono her best lo coin
bine the best advantagei of almost every
other country In tho world, thus mak
ing a safe and sure foundation for
greater progress and prosperity than
ha ever been seen belore. Thcso
are tho facts. . The MnHiftctnitn' lt,cm.l
linn, week nfter week, pointed them out,
but it wished to add the testimony of tho
highest authorities, aud they of necessity
are tho bunkers of tho South. The bank
ers 111 list come into closer financial rela
tions with tho people than any uo el.i.
What the minister i to tho member of
hi church, the banker Is to tho business
commuuitv. He knows when tho mer
chants ami uiunufiiciurt'ni are prinqicriuK
mid when they are losing money, and fro 11
long and caicful studv hn Is 'thoroughly
conversant with every line of development
ill tho 10 inlrv tributary to jiis location.
Amino the Anmfttctirrri uroni asked a
mimlicr of Icitihuu Soiitbcru bankers,
nattered all over that section from
Virginia to Texas ami located Iu largo
cities nnd small towns, tlb'ir views upon
the condition of hilxiunM m their section
und the oullixrk for tho future. Without
exiTptiou their rcxn toll of great tin.
provument Iu business, of activity in trade
and manufactures sud of the eiitliusuuu
which pervadi-s nil classes ol citiseus,
fanoei-H aud business mail ulik. This I
probably the mml iimfuriiily favoritblo
summary of (hocomlit!(inj businrss In an
area ss ureal as tho S0111I1 that could ersr
have Iki n made. These letter from Ik.
ginning lo end are full of cueo runtime nr.
and till' Munnfotlnrrrf Vemr-f fin is rnre
that iu presenting them II mil belitktiii
mental in attracting many million of
dolliiis Southwanl for InvctiueiiL
It need but s momciit'a thought to see
the re.utoii for this remarkable era of prist
HTit v which has just opened upon the
H- hi I It. Ill tlio Inst two year thu .lnn
eMcrovr Jln'inl has reported the organ
ization in Ihu South of tipwiirdsof Iii.imk)
new industrial establishments, coven mr
etety I11111 of mauufacluriiiK from mukieg
pin to building locomotives, and the
building of nearly fl,(KX) miles of railroad,
and tho production of f lie Ittrv -at crop
everiatmvl in this ats-tiou, which yielded
lairly gxsl protits 10 the tumors. A state
ment of thn leading crops for H7 slid
IfvvS is of illlclest:
t !. . ls.
IIIIIIU....WM l.ulT.aSS f isv
I ....(SMIVItO AlP.I.:!!'..!,!)
Wliivt .V.'. '.sl.iil 4t .si, on
! SI. O Js.XH.UlS
p.eiivrsll) etiiiusitil al utr i.uui
Thus ill two year the South has rsised
over H.lMl.lKs) Iwle of isillnn, over l,
(MH,Ulil,tXl0 bushels of corn, henrlr Psl.
KHI.lisl bushels of wheat and I'l l.islil.lKKI
bushels of nuls, the lolal value of those
snd other agricultural products, accorltu
looilii iul govermiiout llgun-, reaching the
enormous aggregate of uewarda of tl.tsM,
(Khi.isk), or an average of f si.oisi.iss) (ur
cacti year, which i fur' in excess of the
value of the Ninth's attrfcultursl products
In any two consecutive prt-nMing year.
With this enormous agricultural growth
added to tho hundreds of millions of out
aide money which have g"'"0 N,uth for in
vrstinent in railroads. In furnaces, lit
iiimrs, in mills, In tinihsr and mineral
lauds. In costly hotel, etc., we can readily
see why tho Ninth ha renched a film
foundation on which tu build gieal pros
s'rily. The letter which wo give from H.ui'h
ern banker fully sustain the truth of the
statements which we have madu about tho
woiidarful nclivlty In this sn. inui.
The follow ing aio a d w of the tellers
Coileclo'I by the JlrmnL Ln. AlTMU
rid utos at A rnoriT r $10 rra tox.
CliwT Xrii ti lltsa. I
fUiKlai t, A Is . A.nl AK lsJ.
Tu Ibr Keillor ol Hi Maniilsaiis r l;onrl
lhlslnens ol this point is i-tahhxhcd nn
a sound lliiancial basin, rtscliing a s'nltts
of activity iiuprecedentsl in tin soclion
of the South. Money is rasy at current
As a manufacturing nd tr.ide renter,
I'lorenee ha received in iinstu that
promise to result In tl' d wilopm'lit of
the vast cotton, iron, (vrnl and luii'x-r r
soiircistof Northern Ali)sinis, of which
he i tho Center, Mast iiirnsces, cotton
mills, shoe factories, saw mills and turning
mill are springing up in if by in tit'C At
least six new factorim will commcuro
oixTntiont within sixty diys, In
cluding a bucket 'd'torv, sua
ponder factory snd tho I'. II. I osier
luniifrting Company, iinnulaclurer
ol hardware receullr, inove l .Irom
Newark, N. J. Contracif for ths (s.ii-true-lion
ol a wnon factory lo cost i ci.txs)
have recently been lnilc-tho work to
rommeneo nt onre. Iluu In- li of dwell
ing mid business lions' si ni" I" ills' built,
nd hundred more are In U niand.
tw can iimnufacture pi; i' '1' "''
for $1(1 per tou at a profit. tVc hate unex
celled facilities for transput lab'"! by rail
and water at lower rate titan aav plaeo Iu
the South. We are acocibl" hi M. Uriil.
I S'liicali, New Oilenns sn I iu',r '",lu
points by the Trnncsace Ki vr. uud t list
tanoigrt wld be Included in lliel t about
October 1, when the i.k al Mtusel
Shotls nro ronqilttiid.
The nliove lads, couil-iied with the
CllCkt vlituulu ii) L lutitl, loitv induced
from thirty to forty man u 'act ui era to lo
cato here, aud if negotiations now pending
nro coiHummiitod, the influx of Industrial
enterprises will have just begun.
Florence is tho cynosure for nil cye,
Watch her progress and you will witness
tilt) development ol a cilv tlmt will - rolled
credit Uxm the Stale, destined to bo tho
Mjtte of tho now South Alabama.
N. C. Lt.Tixti, Cashier.
".NKVKIt Bl:l"0llX II.M.r SO I'IMHI'KUOI S."
I'lltsr N'ATIilSAI. IllNK,
Ann Trim., A tint u. I.ns'J.
To Itir Kilitor of Ilia Mmnu.u iiirers' lucwml.
At no time in the hislorv o this KecMnn
of our country has the outlook been half
so llattering (or tho investment of capital
mui tin1 development of our manufactur
ing interests. Within tho past twelve
mouths n railroad has been built from this
place into extensive red fosiil and brown
hematite iron ore tiehls, w hich are pro
nounced by disinterested cxh'Hs to be
probably the lineal iu the South. There
liuvo also been erected largo cotton uiid
woolen mills, the former will get into op
eration within tho next few weeks, tho
hitter nro now doing n prosperous business.
Arrangements are also being made by n
local company for tho erection ol n blui-t
furnace wilh a capacity of about 12. ton
of pig iron daily. I think there is mi
doubt about this'plaiit being erected. As
n whole the conditiou of our hsal business
interest is very healthy and quite active.
This community ha never been half so
prosperous us lit present.
It. J. 1'iMiF.i:, Cashier.
AN I II A Or I'MI'HKCKDKVTKU I'R'ISI'KIIITT .
Kiiist National Ittss, I
KnsT Womii, Tust, Airll HI, 1 vs'J.
To I lie Killbirol Ilia Muiiiilsclurtri' li,ssrl
It gives mo great pluaturu to bo able to
stale that this section of country is in the
midst of uu era of unprecedented pros
erily. Owing to tho fine spring weather and
the copious rain tho farmers utc jubilant
over tho proqs'Ct of an exceedingly
abundant ctop of cereals of nil varieties'
the past uracil is nil in Al condition, ami
homcscckcr are coming to the Stale in
largo throngs that portion of Texas known
as the Panhandle being the objective
point of the greater number.
The city ol Fort Worth h is had for the
lust sixty or uiuety day more airangor
uud tourists within her gales than ever lie
fore, many of thetii being rcpres ntativcs
of l.asicni capital, nnd their spiireciutioii
of thu (act thut this i a good point for In
vestments is evinced by the great amount
ol funds iilsced in really an I Ihiuueiitl uud
The Texas Spring Piilnco, which will be
OjH'ti during the mouth of Juno nt this
city, will ailcrd visitor a golden pior.u
nil y to luvestigito the wonderful resources
of the Stale, and nclivo prepaiutioiis are
iM-iug made lor tho many thousands who
will ll'x k from all purl of Ihu l iiion to
an exhibition, the like of which has never
Thu uicreaso of hnsincss is plainly
shown bv the clearing house reMirt, the
total clcsiiiigsfur lust w -,'k show ing nn in
ere tstt of more than 1 1 1 i-r cent over the
dealings lor the con siu.hng week iu
The city has seven ttMtlonnl bsnks. with
capital sud sui plus ot uvo il, jtl l.issk
NiniilMirsiil lino biiildiiif U's k are lie
Ingconatmilod, inPltldift- muuiliciit
Ittmrtl of Trade vdilice; the fast Congress
made nn appropriation for n public build
ing; Ihu liiion Hock Vi'rdi aro under
way, and a number of important inanii
fuc.urliig euterpriMe are on llie lapis. '1 he
lueiensed street cur travel bus outgrown
Ihu Ixih-titil car, nnd within ninety d.iy
tho city will b, IhifU'lcd by twenty-tlio
or thirty miles of electric street railway.
This city oil' is greit in iuei iiieiit for
manufacturing institutions, it li'iiijin thu
midst of s s"ct ion of country which pro
diiii's everything, mi l having railroads in
every direction, Ixung now the s. sor
iifeloveu outlets bv mil, un 1 Iwo more ni't'
iu course ul ciin-tr.i'Mioii.
lliisini'ss is tine, the outiixik Inviting
nnd ever) body li'ipclul.
K. Ik llti;ii"in, Cttshicl'.
nri.tr t. iiKAii.it I'uosii i.irv tuts tim,
I is-r S timsAi Hiss,
Aio no i is. l... Aiil II, isvi.
Tnllir I illinr ol ll.it Mauiiisi'liirt r' l.cor.l
While suns io op a. ut from nicrch tuts
owing to the lull In bo-inc-s it hear I. y,-l
we h ive had a g tod fall and winter It In.
And this inactivity m rxi.huu -. by iho
reason that farmers are b 'coining in ir i
econoiiili s, hi o Iter words, h via iinre ut
home. I roin linutit ial sisu l mi, tho
ctimbliou of the country win never bolter,
in- i.tlly iu the t olid lie hi of the fanners,
tin ir imiirovemenl Uuiig maikiil. Ili um
the result of the light demand for money
al ilenrav l rates of interest. Owing to
the light iloiu ni l lor money th.-ro hut
bis'tt au Biviimululioit of idln (uu.is, aud
our iH-ople, In hsiking out fur inve I it,
have liiitinft to I a-iiii'i'iii'.eri st in iii iinilnc.
luring pursuits. And such in iinil.ttnnes
now iu os'r.ilou nro yielding li.iml.oine
returns, snd proving linn iuvestmen.s for
their ownei. Ni 1 will predict that Willi
lower rates of Interest and increase I vain
nt.oit of our lands, and immigration, our
prnstrity wid Im gr.-uler thin ever bo
fore. II. C. Jinkim, Cashier.
t. Ol Ml AUK Ml WITH Alt Ilk I II UU'lllirV.
I n r N t rms ii n is I. I
Vii n-m mi, ill. Ai'iil U It-A (
To tlia r.'lllor ol iho Mu iiIhi intf-rs' l i.i.l
While the rn'ire Ninth can resirt an In
crease In Inihinoss, wealth and Nipiiliitinn,
bill few seeii'HK call repoll lli ile progress
than Ihu Mississipnl Valley, esp-ciiilly that
ixiriion of ii wnicli surrounds ibis wonder
ful place. Our city Is now going abesd
with marked ispidily. Within thn next
thirty day wu will begin woik ui
a new hotel, the government build
ing and quite iiiiiiiIkt of pri
vate bull lings. 'I ho new factories
that wo havo are all doing splendidly.
There is no Mnut in the roimtiy wheie
wsxl-workiug fsctoiies could do liel'er
than here. llmre I a boundless wilder
Deal of Wisl on every side -cypress, itsh,
ouk, gum, hit kory snd many other kin-Is
that are valuable. Heing on the river, we
ran at ull times gctlow Ireight rale. Csi
llul ran always b) Iu vested here at viy
g'toil rates do imt know of suy busi
ness in the city Hint is iinpnfltuhlo. I he
rs hi ih rii-ognues a ukmI valuable and abie
friend in your pax r.
Ja. 1'. Loach, President.
SATisr t( roav to ma host saxiii ixr.
flRT Na iisaI tltSI. I
nci riruai wo, i en ii , A.ni i iss
To ; lilts' of tbe Matiula' turori lin u l
The business, mining and manularlurlng
Interest 1 of thij section nro In iroMKious
conditions, and the present outlook indi
ctte increased activity, fxKlully in tho
development of our coal and Iron iiilcrols
and thu roiistriiciiou ol coking plant.
j ne isuwunse coal niii lying adjacent to
this ci;y und thn Sequsclieo V alley, com
prise iilxwl square mllos, slid thn
will Motluce a coke tbst has no BUtorior
s-mih ot the Virginia foul fluids, a tin
coke bus Is en ti stud fur twenty years In
buuthcni and Wostcru furuuue) suJ pru-
nounci'd first cluis. The completion of
the "Muscle Shoals" canal ou tho Ton
ncs ee Uivor places this coal field praeti
cnlly ut head of navigation for tho Ohio
ltiver boats, which will insure cheap
transportation for tho output ol our facto
ries und mines.
It is currently retiorted that tho Mem
phi iv. Charleston llailroad extension from
Stevenson, Ala., via this city to Chatta
nooga, 'Venn., will bo built this summer.
This line wiil render material aid to the
development of our mining uud manufac
Capitalist hnvo recently purchased on
Iho huool the Memphis ttVliailcston ex
tension some .Vl.mi acres of tho Sewuiieu
coal Held, which will be developed at
mice, and needless to say, will assist nil
kinds of busiue.ts iu this section,
The grow III of our city is satisfactory to
its most sanguine hiendii, uud oon-ido't ing
th remarkable advantages il allonU man
ufacturer in tho form of cheap raw mate
rial, healthy location, favorable freight
rates, etc., will busty", to the front us u
T. li. G Aimrrr, Cashier,
Third Annual Convention In Bosslon
Madame Ulnvatskf's I.ottor.
Ciiii Aot), III., April 27. Tho American
section of thu Thcoaophic Society begau
its third annual meeting in the club room
of the Palmer lbmso today. The morning
session w as n business meeting nt which
few were present except the fifteen dele
gates. At the itlternoou session there
were a number of visitors, tunny id them
women. The reportol the Secretary, Win.
(J. Judge, of New Yolk, said: "It has
been suggested that the due and fees of
the society l:o abolished. Madame
lllavatsky is opn)ted to doing this, and I
do not recommend it. The new members
or fellow since lust meeting am '.';!.'.
lax-ill sections niiiitli.tr 'J't, of w Inch there
are two each in New York, Chicago, Phil
adelphia and List Angeles, liuvo in M.
Louis und the olhcrsdiMliibiitcd in suiuller
cilii-s or towns."
The rejxiri was acccp'ctl. Dr. A. Keight
lev, of Uutdoii, lingliiuil. who was present
ssthe represeiilutiveof la.laine l!luatsky,
the ruling spirit of the society, rend a
coiiimuntcatloii trelii her, chit lly di voted
lo exhortation and sllgg -stious. ' 'I ho let
Ur saitl: "Col. Olcoll iniexident of the
society) is on a vist to Japan, invited bv
n strong mid iullueiitiul deputation to lee-
lu-e there uu 1 It I , Ull ti lit among plo
who are mud and cray lo itequiiu Wesl
em civilization and who Ix'iieve it nut
only bu ohiamcd by tho suicidal adoption
A letter front Col. O'cott said he bad
preached bit llrst I'm bllust m ruiiiii in
Japan, the day tho new Japanese national
constitution was formally utinotinccil.
Madame ll.avatsky's letter denounced a
emuiiie of llieostiphy the spiritualists,
whom she referred to ns "blind worship
ers of illusioiiury phantoms of tint dead."
There wu tiUo a request iu the letter that
the word "esoteric." bo used leu Ire-
tiuontlv, ss it wus s term thut bud been
tllservdilod by Itustun piHildn.
Tint afternoon somIoii was ilevntnd
wholly to Ui rea ling ot pnperA liy dele
gules, ono of whic't was lv Mrs. IV. U
Itruincrd, of Cliii iiro, on ''Idol Worship
ti mo i unman i ret .1. juiiioiton will
cud Ihu meeting,
A UK A1N KL.VATOil Tlto'ST.
M. Louis Holster Will Form a rrotlv
St. I oim, Mo., At,l 2S.- It Is about
ih Unite!) kctl'icil that the eleven grain eie-
viiums of H. Louis will form a litis: or
combine, the I lea Is ing (,, put atop to
lint ekpeiisitu coiiiH'liloii w hich Imw ex
ists, (.'opt. D. P. Slattery, the moving
spirit Is s many inccevful ciitrrpii.e., ih
authoti.y for iho statement that tlio ma
jority of thu St. Louis I levators have
sgiet d to enter the combination, uud that
the pri.jo -t will lively go through. 1,'e.il
l lig Hint iiiiiiHUitioii bus placed the
elevators iu a line of buitus
which is soniewli.it iinocrlain, even
when riiiliiii-d lo the s.il.sl limns,
tint thhlingcr of Ihu iblleirlit roll
cents hsve lolnii u hit cuiclll-loii in.it
Il tsilii) et.lion wus reiouvi'd nil I the l ie
valors assured Ihen'tlHin prulu Ihcv initlit
nuike ns wiindioiises, and thn siting m
liuii y other Hung woohl, iu Iho luim ruu,
liisko the business inorr pruhluble lh.ui it
is imw. nnd wholly Tel. lot o the bi ird tu
Willi h the buiuess is now fKitii. Il is
riguted that ,.'. IMI H r tear ruu be saved
III awitchiu r charges, while ; lsi,nsi pi r
)esr of a rediictioii Would Ih sated iu th.i
M'iise of ep "rating, 'iho sirt of lint
eyin In ale win, li will m inigo Ho' clot itors
wnl In-hog', fir the nrig.ual Value ul the
piopcr!) is iiIhiiiI f I, (X) 1,111.
A DKH'iHATK DUEL.
How art Unarinsd Uan (lot III Ciun
a id Kill id III tnutny.
P"-lal PI'l.il' h to 1 he A,,-tl.
Gil ti r (Musi t, Tenn., April 2S A
dcu lly duel oceinreil yesterday III Jsi k
son Couuly, Ala., that resulted in the
death id one of (he participants. To
farmers, neighbors, living nt some distance
from Scolt-lxirn, named J. T. I'linm and
J. I'. Green, qiutricled Friday over some
trivial matter, nnd Grts-ii Ihrvutim l to
kill Prince and he pieimrcd lilmsolf with a
shotgun. Oil Saturday morning thu Iwu
men met in a public road and iiuiii"
ihiiloly ih-cnoiinle I (rout their hois-'S snd
ns. lined tint quarrel. T!l? fiualiv ile
elded to fight it out S'I'I Green liuide for
Prince wiih a largo dirk, tusking a m. ions
plungi' ut hi in. Prince dodged bu I mi.-.l
Green's aim, und Iho dendl) sli uggio b.
gun iu earnest, Prince' gun waa lea ir rig
sgiiii"! thn fence, and the question w itli
hilil w is how lo get it before ho Was
liilcd. Willi a sii'lilcn effort ho trip) u. I
Gnen, thinning blm lo the ground, und
iiiinti-ili.it' ly made a break for In gun.
s hull be i.-ii hod Just s G re ell was in
fluking ibt .nice. Wllhont leveling tint
gnu l'i nn e tin nil the gun nguii.st hn en
n,d en-my, pulled the ii.ivr, uud
I'slgi'd a In sv y load of buckshot in In
hrt'ii"l, killing him Instantly. I'lince
I'live hiin-elf up nnd I now in Siot'.sbvro
j.ul Iu uh Jit ti ml.
A DI.IDUK 01VE9 WAT,
And rreelpiute vnty-flv People
Into reven Feet of Water.
Kxss('nr, Mo., April 2.. At Cliel
sea Park, a summer resort across the Kan
s is lino, this slieriKKin, a bridge ncroas tho
lake rate wsy and precipitated shout
seventy live peismt lulu seven feet of
water.' b-l "( tht'iii were assisted lo the
Sl, Hi! Il ire fiigli!fil"d than hurt, tint lit-li-i'ii
m to injured, four ol them st iiutitly,
but nut uv.sutily fatallja,
A Dreadful Railroad Acoident.
A Ta'jHonsrer Trnln on the Ornnd
Trunk Jumpi tho Traok.
Tho En-flno Runs Iuto a Water
Tank and Smashes Thlnge.
Tho DornilcJ Conchos Take Fire
and Human Beings Burn
To Death Pinioned by the Crushed Tlm
bori--One Man fin His Uead Cut
Coniploiely OtT Other
Hvviii.tov, Out., April 28. A terrible
railroad iiccidcul incurred on the Grand
Trunk near here at 7 o'clock this morn
ing. Tho St. Louis express jumped tho
truck nnd the engine ran into n water
lank. Two cms run oil" and took fire. All
the deiid, seventeen ill ituitilsir, luivu been
taken out. '1 he only body identified is
that of L. S. Guincy, of Knxiklyn. An
Italian, unknown, was also instantly killed,
i he other lilleen wero burned beyond
ideiiiilicatlou. About twenty person wero
injured. None of the train hands wero
Tho titifoitunate train was running at
full Npeed, whin suddenly It left the track,
mid the engine pitched iuto a lurgu water
tank. The wreck took tire buuiudiitlely.
Seven out of the ten coaches comprising
the train were buined. In Iho ruins of
the smoking car searchers discovered sev
enteen charred bodies. The nividont wns
tho wontt which has occurred In this
region simv the great IV.W.irliiiJC.inal
disaster, which happened almost ut tho
s.imo ssit thirlv years ago. When the
engine struck tho tank the tender leaped
completely over both, a al-st did the bag
gage car. Tlunv-ilve peopio were in the
smoking car, and jo-l aluml half of the
number were roasted alive. 'I he car wa
almost iiiMantlv enveloped in llame from
I he tmin was composed of an engine,
Iwo bsg.!'igo cut, it smoker, a Chicaco A.
lir.ind trunk tbniugh p.i-setigt r couch, a
uba-h coach, a uglier lust t lass coach,
a Pullman car and Iwo Wngner shsu ing
curs in the eider named. I'oiiductor
I'iMile was in cbaigeof the train, w It It J.
Watson, id London, liieinan. - The acci-
ih nt occurred at the Junction where
"V is built, this "I Is useiMo switcn
through trains for Ti'iiuitu tu lite Toronto
brsnclt fmiii the main line. 'Hie train i
find lo have been running at a si'i-i d of
(ortv mites tut hour or nioie, when directly
on cror-ing the s ilch the engine Jitmpt-d
t tin track, niid plunged into u wult-r tatik.
which s'ixsI in a space tsuween tho "Y,
sniit bing Iho tunk into ulonn uud lurniri
ttlmost iipsid'i down. 'Ihu liaggj'ge ttrt
mine dnectly after the cit.-lne, und tho
first of these wu pilclesl over the engine
und thrown "I. Ihe iiiu.lt track, leaving its
w In -els Is hind I .
I he ol her ba .'g'ge tut (aught (Ire front
the limine, and the Iwo were s.p in
ll liln-s. the coaches following, With lb
cxi-t ptlon of the iwo Wug'ier tar in Ihe
rear ol the ttiiiu, v.cro bO'liilcd together
by Ihe shiN'k, nnd noon caught firu from
tin' b.iggago curs. 'Iho si--s'Ugers oil the
1 1 ti lit. iiiiiiiIm-iiii.' ov-r I o, tuiiiy of whom
wt ut uslts'p ul llie lime, had a terr.b'a x
H'ritu.ce. A iii ijoniy ol lims' on bo-rd
their mi were able lo g-i out ol the
co.ii lies I c!"ie Iho lire ret.i-he l them, bill
hi the i-uiiliisiini thai rt'iciicd tl is not
known Imw msnv vii Hint were left to the
mercy ol Iho llunes, pemied ill by the
ma t rial of tho wn t k mi l tiuablu lo vx'ri
c.ile theiiiM I vt s.
If. S. Gtiriicv, of Ihis.k t n, N. V., bad
his heid coiiipli'ti'ly aevett-d Iroin Ins tssly
bv It pleis' ol lit illg ill blis.
till olph Heeler, wIio-mi n l.lres Is not
known, was nlso iii-it.intly killed.
As Usui as the engiint lolled over, after
sinking the wu'er Link, l.ugiuei-r Watson
mid l ireiieitl Chiipiuan t rawled (nun u II-
leineatli il, ii' liber of tlioni U-iug much
hurt. Au auvhaiv train w.ts sent out
fiinn tins i ii v on n-i-i ipt of new of the
in . l b nt, and the' i-i ngi r. un In ling
llu iopiied uud Iwo of Ihe killed, Wire
btuiiglil to this i ily. 'I wo Wagner car iu
tlm n ur of the train were uncoupled from
Ihe oilier und were saved front thu llsuies.
A ling'' gang ol i-mplut i s, hn.h r the
diiccti'fli of John Hail. Iixoinotive fore
iiimii, wi'tke.l un, i at, ugly nt tho wreck,
doing their ntum-l to est ugnish the lire,
ll.iio was gri-.il d Ih. n ty ill cluing
w.iii-r. nw iu to ilm tank b ing sin.etli.ni,
nnd the liic In Id s tay f r lu.iiiy hours be
lorn a Ihornugti m inli colli'! Ixt 11111110
Ibtoiigh ihu ili-hl s. t'p lo live o'el'sk tint
t hat it d lem.iliis of eghticn Viitl.US b I
Inn exhumed hoin tho wink. In no
c.i-e uss Un 10 enough of the Is dv It ft to
identity the reiiiiiins or to tell W hether the
pi i son was of the male or of thu (ciuulo
I he no in , h of Ihe woiiudo'l now In the
lin-l'iliil are as follows:
James A. i'uliiier. Lion, N. Y.; head
i nt, but lint IH rt'ill-IV hull.
Hamilton fl.irk.'V.. 117 West VUk
fclr.ct, Chicago; doublo (ructiire of lint
light li g, In il. -i d b.i I y, held cut, and
t i'ib.ib'y I n ( i 1 1 i 1 1 ! v iniiiied. Of all III
lupin , be is Ihu Hoist, hut will J lobuMj
i. -I ntt r.
A id bony M i ir, or Mail., an Italian e
Ins way fiotii i-. oi.s tl to ll.iiy, head cut,
but not seriously.
I idw in t hiipin in, liremnn, beml ba lly
cut over right eye, le t seriotislv hurt.
I tiiH-li Ki nvon, i f liuidiiu, laig.,a mill'
log t tiginccr, nb bioki n, not m tiously iu
C. C. ArU II, Islwittd-port. In I.. slightly
Win. I'lpsry, No. b'.l Noilh S'.iiigallK'i
s'ns'l, ( lot ago, iinklo badly sprai u J.
A. I. I'.s.ucy. I'unville, 1. 1., cut 01
In 4,1, it"t netiotttly.
George While, n Geiinail, en LI way
hum Illinois to 1'iiiou lli.l, ngiit ear cut
oil nnd mulp wotitnl, not tteriotis,
Andrew J. Ctiisnhr, V.inl.ton, I'ttk.,
Injured alsnit lii-it'l. bui imt sci.nusly.
b. li. Young, No. 2s I Noillt avenue,
Chicago, vetv sh.-htly hurt.
Joseph Mmris, 1 4ft ioux Fad, p. T.,
ou bis wsy to ttiuk Island, Me., sou In
Wounds, brili)H-d leg and shouidcrS, Hot
About fen nihi l wen- slightly hurt, but
not so badly s to prevent tin ut continu
ing their journey. Ii was tl o clisrk this
evening bt fore ihe bucks were cleared.
None of ihu niemlx is f the iKtroil
Light infantiy wire injutetl, and Dot
woman wu in the hast hurt, 'lb
weiuJcd in the hop.'.ut are all Jo'Uj