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THE MEMPIIlo APPEAL: SATURDAY. JUNE 1. 18S9.
WASHIHaTfr, MlT 81. .!.
.. K. For Alabama una Mlsslwlppl: ' Fair,
l-i wanner, variable wlnili.
p Kor Arkansas atnl Tcnne Warmer;
lair: vartabls winds.
For Kentucky: local ihowon: llgblly warmer,
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t, p.m., 1 1.8, (bausc In 'J I linum, 0 0 full,
niton Rii;ln Hullrllii.
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mliri nmiiivbU Willi UiPMlMnrlalih'iiariiiii'iil,
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Mrrmiiinl. a a ruli iirnl.Tlikx In rrliun :tt N'J
ul luunO (uIIaIiU' ,ir I'uIiIkiiII'Ul
I'll NT'.V YdllK Ol'l irf,
I firm (trlr of 1 II K AI'I'KAI.. K". It Trl'mno
llullilliif. Nrir Yuik. J. 0. Vnu Iuicii, bX.iial
Tim local market m nuict yntrnlny,
liotliliiX of IntcrcHl orcurriim. !!( i-ipla woro
mi luli , ni nmliKi t'l tiiili'K miiiiii liny lt
your. SjiIc wcrn only l-i lialca, all Ik "pin
ner. H-iM rluwil quiet nl l.!vorni and
New (Menus and firm lit New York. Kut
urr S'ImiiicviI 1 tu 2 xiinl ut Sew Orleans,
iIim llneil I to 2 imlnlii nl t.iverHil, nipl went
oin to 2 puliila at Sew Yolk. The week's
h-celpu at Hi i pulnt wi if 21S l uli . npuiiit
K"l lullei nanus Week llil ) i nr. IIi-i-vl tn lima
tur tlila ar.iMiii are Toi.'l'fi Imlca, iif'ilnl
tlll,7j'J Imlca fur ((iin-p.inilinjr lime l.it
keax'll. Wei l l lliipliu Ills Imli v
auaiiit 2,711 tinlct auiuo week hint yenr.
Milpinctila lima f.ir thU wann ff.al.SH2 lale,
M'ninl OoiHia li ilea fur vorri-niinlht Hum
hut acaxxi. Tli week's mlin win I.Z'iO
lulii, u( .lili h V.' Imlca wen' laken hy i
MifrW.,iul l.lf.'A liv iIiiih'(,
BATCBDAT.I t t t t 1 JUNK1. lai)J
nil-: c.o.v.v Mvnnuiu
llio murder of lr. Cnmin ia still a mys
tery. Tho polico of Chicago, llmiuli tliey
have inn lo many arreils, havo lint yd ae
rurd the murderer, nor can they un-in
reaxoii (or the rrium. They have been
unable to tlx it iiun tlio Claii-ns-tiacl or
liji A, M. Sullivan, Michael llnlaud
and I. C. Koeley, the chiefs of tho L ind
lA'Sgue, who went rhark'i I by Cronin with
tho misappropriation of from $s",(MI to
$100,1X0, and the lheiry that a wniuan
wits in the (' lias also been diHcardud,
Tho (acts SO far developed me! aiU-tun-tialoil
aro that J. Ik Simmons (niit-wd
tole t false name) hired a ruoin at No,
117 Clark atet, ojipoaito Croniu's ulllce,
fur tho urnNO of abadowlng that gemlix
man; that Mm us b'mlit (urn it nro and
a trunk nt well known furniture dealer's
and hsJ llieiu ai'iit to his room; that almrtly
after Himmotis's nxnn was fmiiid empty
ltd of course tiiioectipicd. Then Krnnk
Williams, thought to l Siiniiions, rmni a
on the ili'ld as tho hirer o( a i'uttag in
ljikeview from the I'arUnti, and opp iHite
the lea-ltmisn of P. O. M iUiv.in, who about
hia timrm ikii a contract with Dr. Cronin
to rcpoiid to the tall of bis cmptows
wlionever lliev a- n I bint a prin!"d r.ird,
a niimlN'r nl uliicli h'allivaii has ba I pre
pare I for toe pur''. According to this
arn-iueiit Cronin reipou Is to a call of
erne nl wnllivau'a men, on I tins tmter been
acenaiiico. On llio oih of May a bloody
trunk is I'lim-I In Ijikcvien, and on the
llth, F. T. Wo ihulT, inrcaled for liormt
steal in.', i-ntifi a to having lhioi hired to
take trunk out of Chlcvi; licit It run
tallied tlm holy of a wotitvi, Mill that lr.
Crouiu was pn nt when he l nik il
away. On Hie .'.'1 the holy of I r. Cro
nin Is fou id in a anwer in l.sketiew, and
aa eiauiinatloti of it dli . I ibut it
tio.e the in irks o( a fieri est i up le. On the
i'Hlh it was found that tlio eutlRo in Lake
view hird by 1 rank Williams, and which
contained the furniture pur. hi-cj by
Piiniiions was the scene ot (.'rDiilit's mur
der, and that ths bloxly tiunk was Hie
(me lie purcliasiHl from the fnioituro
doaler. Iianlcl Cotighlun, detietite,
was next arrested as an aavsoty or ac
complice lu tho crime, ud was ullim.iiely
held as tho merderer, on charge to Unit
fleet preferred by Cronin's bMthvr, nt the
im anceof tho police authoiitie. King,
the man dearribed by Woodruff, an I Sulli
van, the iceman, were next arrested, and
A. JL fulllvsn, formerly President e( Ihe
laud league, waa placed under surveib
wt M a iui)s)cL Harry Jordan nnd
retcr McGoclinn, of riiilaiWjilita, and
Dotoclivo WhaUn, o( CUlcas'), wore also
plnced ondsr Biirvolllrtnce m ior9on with
knowlodo or coanoctoJ in souio wny
tho crime. All tho other who waro
mentioned io connection with tho tntir
dor, lucludiiig ths crrtuk, Prof. Frawloy,
of Detroit, ftro still included in tho
possibilities, but thero ia a (rrowina boliof
that tho conviction of nnyono is iiuposni
blennd that tlio Cronin mnrdor i des
tined to pass into tho list of Cliicno mys
teries ns tho mnrdor of Amoi ,1, Riiell has
done. Still, tho police nro active nnJ trioro
is no knowing wliat may turn up, .Sulli
van, tho iceman, may "squeal" and Rivo
his pals awy, but tho chances nro Hint
tho murdor wasoxocutod by out-of-town
pooplo who aro by this timo far beyond
tho reach of tlm Chicago polico, ovon if
Fmlllvan was to peach to savo his neck.
And this brings up tho thought that ovon
if ho thus aiived his nock would ho not
jeopardize bis lifo at tlio hands of the
desparato gan who planned and carried
out tho murdor of Cronin?
Tin appalling calamity whlcli yostarday
supervenod on a cloud-bui'st, immodiatoly
over tho great reservoir in tlio vicinity of
Johnstown, Pa., a laro manufacturing
ceutor, on the lino of the I'ennaylvania
luiilruad, scvonly-niuo miles oiwl of 1'itU
burg, stiigKors tlio liiin(jiimtIon to com pro
bend it lUoro than 110,000,0H009 of
Kdllons of water wore prccipitaUnl upon
tho valley, descending with force that
nothing but tlio everlasting It ill.- could
withstand, carry lug death and destruction to
thousands of iinsiiHpecting people, As
tlio telegraph linos and tho railways havo
1m)iiii swept and waaliod away by Hie de
scending mountain of water, it is iinjio.nl-
blo to stato with any d.yrCo of accuracy
what tlio loss of lifo has bi'en. lint It
iniiat oiiiliriice upward of 1,000, perhaps
2, WW livos. No similar dctitructivo visita
tion has ever been recorded in th is
a rt.Mi'Ksi .v .i 7:.i ror.
Turin: is much commotion in WaM.lng-
tou growing out of tho appoiutinonlof Mr.
llovurly Tucker by Secretary Illaino to bo
nno of tho CjtmnUsioneni to llavti. The
appointment had hardly been made puliliu
ore it was withdrawn bv order of tho
President, with a scmi-olliclal aology
from tho Hato Department that il
was an imtdverteneo. This, of courso, is
not title, for Mr. Tucker is known to havo
been at the Department library for days
looking up authorities to help him in his
work, but In the face of th hubbub over
it it was tho bett tlio Department could
do by way of apology to the itepublicans,
who immediately Im'C.iiii.i clamorous to
know "who could havo recommended tho
ex-Confederate Commimloner to Can
ada," who, during and subseiptent to
(lie war was charg.nl with eveiy r inn) in
the calendar for liislanco, Willi a purpose
to destroy New York and other iarg i cities
with lireck lire, with a plot to introduce
yellow (ever and smallpox into the I'uioil
nrtuiea, and tl null y w iih being a party to
the anasi nation of Lincoln. All of which
was long ago laughed down as among llio
nlwiudiliea of a period when even very
moderate men were prune to go to extremes
of apecch. Hut these changes were (ptickly
revived nod with noun-thing of the old ma
lignant spirit, the municnl Mr. Tucker's
name was mentioned, wvei.il of the tuand
Army comnundcriee threatening to hold
public meetings and denounce the Adunu
Sliatioii. It was aUi repotted that (icu.
1-ew Wallace, who bad also iH-en ajipuint'-d
a Commiiwiiaier, bad declined to act with
Mr. Tucker, (or tho reason that Im bad
partly tried that geitlleinait in iMi'i on a
a chargo of being implicated in the pint
to kill I.iucuhi, Johnson and rvua-d. Hut
this (ien. Wallm-o mphaiic.il:y denies,
llosaidtoa AVm II !.,,',( c niiniinn 1-
'I Inn kn ian Mr. Tn-ker mini orlr .-r nmiu
lean," "il l UlK ( ll- rnl I knew llllu l- In- .i.
ally mi of III l-li-iiil.-l mi I l-l in- n In Uu
tturlil, aiel It wnul I all, ml im ,li-4ioe nl any imiu
In art In mmiJhii-linn lib Mr I m l -r in anr eili
It, M-ri le ut In any armk s lili li in Vit In ul Ih nr;,t
o lb rtiioilry.'
Iv-nig a-kr-l If tli m!i-'ii ln anr arili
UXellll l-i lillnwll, nr II henna anU!lk.:, fur
ahjr penvill, Ul ileillna tlio Sititlllliil ut, l.tll.
"lam n-a Ir, hai-e a!iia in re i-lv, anl -ImO
alManls ivtity dt aerr mi euunirv In niii mhi,
slier II a-cart I mat I ul mtmiv in In r, oi l In
mi Il la nut a tnaiii-r uf noii h iii-iiiieiu lui din
cl II y. lier III ili. ttit llio i-IIhmi nr
alml Hi then '
Hut, nevcrtheleis, Mr. Tnekjr I as Usot
( .Minted out ill ilefelcnce tothe li 'lli u .in
inaiigiiauls, wlncli ,iim' to prove that tlm
lil.m.lv i lui-iiu is slid opsMi fur VICIIOISIll
the war, its pas-uuns and its pn-judicca.
Tin: conn ilinil, Joe .lelleivin,
thought (ul as well as gen al man. II; ,
sympathies, Imsi'lly hum in, ham gained j
by bis contact with and knuwle Ign of tl
win Id. He responds ijiiiimv and w.liian
i'Ihmi baud to the neo -u s or i.l.-n-lm nl
the tiufoituiiato. He h is iilw.tvs be. n ,
the ready friend of "a'l who nr-j ilewil.un I
and iippn-e-l," and widow and m pinna I
lind ill lillll a Hire frieil I. II.1 gavn (rv-.ll I
cvl lemv of this .on Mon-l iv ln-t wii -u h . -i
give nil aheiniHiii pci lurmiince lo l.lj
oipbaiis at Nihlo's (Jirh-u, New Y-nk.
7r Ilin-.'-f, in it repot I, nays It iv.i done
ill the quiet, linpivlcntimlH w IV t'h.iiai ler
ltic of tho man, and tint leil few persons
Im-VOII. 1 Ileum inlnics cd lnel ally klims.
ed-c-s of it Is'liireliaiid. "Mr. Jclli-tann
J.iircl to have tlio tin. l.-rt -tk iiiit cnrrn-l
mil quietly, and Ins wislm were n-iecleil,
I'x Pnaldenl Cletiliind and Mrs. Ocve-
land occupied a pro-us-iiium U'x.
sin! seemed to enjoy Ihe is-
aiuo s hearlijy as the d. -lighted d '
im- wl.o tilled Ihe nuditor f I
l. e.iter. All Mr. Ji tlcr.oii s lonipuny. i
soon as they know the Intentions of tholr
chief, cheerfully voluntecrod their sorviccs
for tho occasion. It was an intcrotding
audionro to watch and study. The chil
dren secrocd so interested in what was
going on ou tho atago that they followed
tbo characters with the deepest concern.
Mr. JofTorfton was delighted to know that
his porfonnaiico of "Jtip Van Winklo"
brought so much pleasure to tlio littlo
orphans who came on his invitation to see
him play. Tho memory of tlio visit will
be recalled by many of thorn in days to
come with pleasure Tlio gloom of tho
day outaido could not shut out the sun
sbino that entered tlio littlo hearts of
those who sat in wonder and laughed and
cried and made merry over poor J!ip und
Tnie JUiUiimirt Sun, in view of the re
cent County Koad Congress held In At
lanta by the peoplo of Georgia, ami which
adjourned without reaching a conclusion,
revives its agitation for tlio building ol
good turnplko Mads lu Maryland and
quotes tbo statement of Judgo Kvo, of
llicbmond County, Ga., wbero for the
past tdeven years tbo county convicts
have been employed in making such roads.
Tbo Judgo assured the Congress that it
had been shown that "tbo beat labor that
could be put upon tho roads was convict
labor. Tho convicts are kept hi a camp
and securely guarded. During tho cloven
years they have been worked in this way
there has not been a single death attribut
able to any local cause or to tho nature of
their employment. On the contrary, their
lalror in tho open air baa been shown to
bo beneficial. The men aro well fed, well
clothed and do a fair amount of work at a
cost of .11 cents per hea l a day, which is
cortainly far cheaper than tho cost of
ordinary labor. Tho work ia, of course,
more thorough because it it. more syste
matic, and tbo labor is under much better
control, than that obtained by tho ordi
nary makeshift expedients of local road
inpcrviMiis, Ana tlio same is true of
the counties in this State that have tried
convict labor. In this, Shelby County,
and in Hamilton County, wbero it has
beon thoroughly tested tbo past ten years,
it has resulted in securing fine turnpikes
which not only conduce to tho comfort of
the people but hnvo the e licet of enhanc
ing the valuo of (arm property.
Thk AVio York H , of Tuesday, pub
lished some letters directed to tho editor
by the llev. 11. (ireenlleld Schort, of Ikil
tiinore, who recently committed suicide
by nhoolinu biiiiHelf in the mouth. These
lellers relate to bis love for a linnd-tnno
widow, a Mr. Smith, who is well known
in the fashionable circles of ('.allimuro.
Contrary to the exiiecl.incy of Mr. Schorr,
w ho evidently had a malicious purpose in
bequeathing bis rorresiundetiee with Mr.
Smilh to Tlif 11.,.., llio Idlers of this
lady do her no dicr"dit They aro lull of
athctiun fur Mr. Schorr, mi l nre pervade
bv a fine rmiiimxi h--iiio that If he bad
liele.l upon Would have b.tve.l llio too
Infatuated and iiiip'iuuiis lover from
trouble of mind ami fiom auicide. Of
coiirm Mrs. Smith mu-il Im mortiliiil by
the publicity to which nlie has Imeii sub-Jii-ted,
and which was intended by her
dead lover as llm severest inlilo im as
iiro o( puuishmeiil (or her refusal to ae-quie-co
in bin de .li o for a li.i-.ly mar
riage, but ill a littlo while she will
recover from Ibis, and will lind that she
has (oil nothing of the respect of her
frieu-ls or of Inr own n -If-rcspcct, und that
hln has (-wMs-d what might have proven
a hi. -lung notrow in refusing lo U-cuinn
llm wile of a man wIiono mind was no illy
regulated as Mr. S borr's evidently was,
nulwillintanding llm oat red i.Hi.-o be tilled
and In niiiiouudiiigs of s im lily and "holy
life and living."
:t ihr.ti" Y,it riei u b-v-J Ihul llm
ai'epterof aupicmai y in iron and u el m' ki
d.-..iri fioui Peiiu-iylvaiiiii, and is that Slate
cuiiiH'l,cd Ihu New laiglnud iron men to
clo-si their furnaces and nliups and reumve
lo l'itlslilirg mid lis llellilnii lnm-1, Ml Ihe
IVniiHt Iv.lilialis iiiilsl yield lo the ir.ui mi ll
ol Tcninivu'e and Alubania, wlm, with the
niiuiiial ad vantage of llm imn oie, the
i-.ial mid the Hut nt llie.r il.i-.li, t ill m ike
.ig iron for on., half the lowest jnl.-e (he
IViiliHV i annuls rail ro n il 1. 1. Vi7..in
ncc this, he il noil recently: "Now Uml
Ihe country n .-uircs nix and a ball million
l.nuof i iron, ml i an pro-luce eicii a
I. id iiiiilnm te.oiy, th mine, nn I (hi
li.ni-s w Inch hnve tin le.oc -l.iul i' a
ill-t lllici li,' In.oie I 1111,111111 i i,"
cxci lively hi.-li ; o ol coin li i o
ill ill, ami ill. V "mo -i k ., k n i.i
tli 1. 1 lo tlie un-il w in i n e it. . . t .
ul any l.o II, i-l wi. n. n. s
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penses, and he ought also to have added
tho secret ballot. Besides these, Henry D.
Black w oil, In- Ihe W'otimn'i Cohimn, sug
gests the enfranchisement of women.
That, ho ineiets, would be a permanent
remedy. ' "Double tbo number of Voters
one-half of them segregated in tho homes
of tho communityand briliery at the polls
will forever cease, because no longer likely
to bo olTuctlvo."
Aceofinixo to Tli' Awiitlun Tintn and
Tht Mubile'.JUmtUr the next Governor of
Alabama will havo to bo very decided on
"the convict question and questions ema
nating from that source; the miners' law;
the negro education law; tho road law,
etc., not to speak of leadership In the
movement -to form a new Constitution.
Tboso will oiler to the Govornor a wide
fluid of Influence and certain positive
Miia. I It. Krllooo, of Emporia, Kns.,
whoso appointment as her husband's as
sistant in tho Attorney-General's olllce has
been so widely noted by the papers, bears
her honors very modestly. She was ad
mitted to the bar eight years ago, and has
recently been elected President of tho
Kansas Sociul Science Club, which will
meet in Wichita in November.
Tur recent deleat of a plan (or the drain
ing and sewering cf New Orleans by a
small majority will disappoiut tho friends
of that city who have watched tho progress
it has been making tbo past three or four
years with pleasurable interest No city
can hopo for permanent growth that is not
in as perfect sanitary condition as science
Tua Nicaraguun Canal Company has
sent down an equipment ot huts, lumber,
machinery, shovels, picks and wheelbar
rows, clothing and provisions tor 000 la
borers, with which regiment it is proposed
to begin work on tho great undertaking
that Is to rival the Panama Canal, now
listed among tbo tollies of tbo world.
Two iii'niiiied and sixty-tbreo members
of the Itritish House of Commons have, In
a formal petition to President Carnot, ex
pressed their regret at tbo nbsence of the
Pritish Ambassador (in concert with those
of other great powers) on tho occasion of
tho opening of tlio Paris Exposition.
Im answer to "Meuipblan," yes, there
are other State ollici-s besides that ol Gov-
crnor to bo filled by tho eople of Miasis
slppi this year. A Treasurer, Auditor,
Attorney-General and Secretary of Slate
aro to bo elected, find there will no doubt
be many candidates for them.
Gov. I.t'cr, of Michigan, says he should
have signed the municipal woman sudrago
bill if il bud reached itlin. A change of
four votes in the Kenalo would have car
ried tho bill, which had passed tbo House
by a large majority.
At the recent Primitive Methodist Con
ference, held In Adelaide, in Australia,
llm Primitive Methodists followed the ex
ample of the Wcnlcyans, and pas-cd a
unanimous vote In favor of woman sullrago,
Th a world is running to iron. A bed of
it lias just la-en discovered ill Oklahoma
and very near the now famous city
Mas. J i in n S. Uai.l has been appointed
City Treasurer of Oaceola, Mo., by Mayor
John-Mill, fur a third term.
So rx a a majority of tho counties in
sirucled in Misiwiipii aro for Harksdale
Stone is a good second.
TtNNla TOU kN AMNT.
A Couple of Prellmlnwrr Gamoa Played
rim (list ol the tournament was plnvei
ye. tcnlav evening between Messrs. Kicn
and M.ison and Kalis and I'.rown.
llio gama between liico and Mason re-
aulli-d in an easy victory (or Mason.
I .11 S-t Masott II, I; ice i
S-iond Set Mason It, Kiev 2.
1 lie came Ih-Iwi-cii l a ls and Itnwn ttaa
Ihe liuest ever played on the Mempbi
I ne lirsi m l w.ia a b ird batted a ., ro-
siiliing il l i fi in Invur of I ul i-. Hum
nod am I liual ael Whs ul-1 a tit'lil and ex
iiiing one, resulting U lo ' in (avir o
I he Cn sithI Club is to be i innr.itulnlei
lor llic liiiH work ol lirowu. Ho is a very
young buy, nud excels any young player
Iiimurrow the lourii iinenl w i.l Im con
iiuiie.l In-iween la.ls, Armstrong and
Willi i.i je timiilre.l lor tho lilcn nn
"I i-.ei miine, ami Ahe 11 iii ..r the 1 alia
.0 I I lion n n line.
Iii-I.m- l.,is giine: tl i with
I n niiiiiiiiK coiiili-n.i..i -, no. I il is uoiiis-
.1 : I liyw Im ci.j-.i e. ihe k-.i..d i.iya.
I he yoiiiMj' iiill- Hi le nrd -Ul inluiir.-rs
i.i I n. wo, ba.b' 'iig mi Mu ill, A large
i i .w.l ul l.i)iiV ami i.-i n .l.-iiieii weie t'.icro.
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Reporters Pusli" On to Johnstown.
Tho Work of Beaoua Only Now and
' Then BuooeaafuL
Men Oot On Brldffes and Drop
rtopea to tho Living.
Wonderful UnselflshnoBa and Hu
man Oourajre Bhown.
lbs Terrible Exoerlance of Peonla
Floating; on the Koofa or Houses
A Uotber and Her Children Sep
arated In the Floods.
DF.nRY, rn., May 31. A flood of death
wept down tho Allegbuny Mounbilns this
afternoon, and tonight almost tho entiro
city of Johnstown la swimming about in
the rushing, angry tido. Dead bodies aro
floating about In every direction, and al
most every piece of movablo timber is car
rying from tho doomed city a corps of hu
manity drifting with the raging waters
God knows wbero. Tho disaster overtook
Johnstown about fl o'clock this even
ing. As the (rain boarlng. tlio spoclal cor
respondent sped eastward, the reports nt
oach stop grew moro appalling. At Dcrry
a group of railway ofhcials wero gathered
who had come from Dolivar, the end of
tlio puasablo portion of tho road westward.
They had seen but a small portion of the
awful flood, but enough to allow them to
imagine tho rest Down through the pack
saddle came tho rushing waters. The
wooded bights of tho Alleghnuies looked
down In solemn wonder at tho scene ot
tho most terrible destruction that ovct
struck the romantic valley o( tho Cono-
umiigh. Tho water was rising when the
men left at 0 o'clock at tho rale of five feet
(UNCI SO TO IMIT.OVISKn RAFTS,
constructed in the death battle from float
ing boards and tinilK.-rs.wcre ngoniiied men.
women ami children, their heartrending
shrieks for help striking horror to the
I i.. ..I .1 I-.. I "el...: :
un:iiaui ui mu uu-iuunur. auuit erica were
of no avail. Carried along at a railway
Sliced on the breast of thisruiihiiig torrcui.
Iroin which no human ingenuity could
devise a means of rescuo, with pallid
cheek and hair clinging wet and damp
to her cheek, a mother was seen
eagerly urasniug a (looting timber,
while with her other arm alio held
her IiiiIh'. The special train pulled in ut
iSohvar at 11:110 o clock and Ihe trainmen
wero there notilled that further progress
was impoMilile. ihe greatest excitement
prevailed at this place, and parlies of cili-
ns are out endeavoring to save the tioor
unioriunaica nun are ix-ing hurled to eter
nity on the rushing torrent Ihe tidal
wave struck Polivar just alter dark, and
in live minute the Cone iiiaugu rose from
six to (orly feet and the waters spread out
over the whoio country. N.u houses
began lloating down, aua clinging to the
debris were men, women and
ciiii.iiiiks aiuiiKku.'vo roil aio.
A largo number ol citizens al once galli
crcd on the county bridge, and the-v were
reinforced by a numljc-r from Gin field, a
lown on the opposite side. They brought
a numiH'r ol ropes, ami lheso wero thrown
over into tho Ixnling water as persons
drifted by( in clforls to savo soiun ioor
iiciiig. r or a nan-iioiir an c Hon wero
fruitless, until al last, when nucin-ra wero
uImmiI giving upall hoiie, a little Isiy astride
a kbingle rooi managed to catch hold one
nl the nqioa. He caught il under bis
left arm and was thrown violently against
an abutment, but managed to kis-ti bold
and was pulled upon tbo bridge amid
cheers of tho onlookers. At midnight
your correspondent secured an interview
with tho hoy. Ill story of the Inghtful
calumny is ns follows: '"Willi my lather.
1 was H-niling tbo day at my grundlalh
er's house in t'ambiiii Ciiy. In tho bouse
at the time were Theodore, Ed
ward and J din Kinti and John
Kintx,Jr., Miss M iry kiutx, Mrs Mary
Kims, wilo of John, Jr., .Mis J racy
Milt, Mrs. liica Mnitli, John llimch inn
four chililnm, my lather and mym-lf,
Shortly after 6 o clock there wnsanome
of roaring waters Slid screams ol it-ohlo
S'o liKiko.1 ont of the door and miw ih.t
sons running. My father told us lo never
mind, as the waters would not rise
fuither. Hut soon we
saw ikh'sks tikiMi swrr -.,
and then ran up to the (intra almve. The
house was thn-e slurii-s, ami wo worn at
lat forced to the top one. In mv fright
I jiimiied on tho bed. It was an old la-h
ioueit nno with heavy ihmi. The wati
kept ri-ing, and mv bed w.is so-m alloat
Gradually il was rifled up. The air in
the room grew close, and Ihe lioiiao was
moving. Mill llm bed kept nung, an.
pren-x'.l the ceiling. At last llm xt
pushed Ihu piaster, ft yel.le.l and a mi
lion of the roof gavo way. 'lln-n and
deiily 1 found mvwlf on the n.f.
and waa U'ing carr.e.l duw n nlteam. After
lime, tlie roui comineiie u io pari, ami
w.isniraid 1 was finug In bo ilruwned, Inn
just I hen another li uUMi with a hhiii-li
roof lloale-l hv and 1 luaiinged locraw
on ll and ll-ialed down until, when nearly
dead with cold, 1 w. .a saved. Alier I was
freed from Ihe lion-si I did not see mv
falber. My gratnliiiihi-r was in a tree, but
he must have liei ii drow in-1 as tlie wan
was riMiig lii-t. John Minx, Jr., was
alMi on a Iree. Mi M.irv KiiiUaud Mi-
M.iry Kinti i a.iw ilnwn. Mi-s r-iniih
n'-o ili.m iie.l. .lohii lliiM-li a as in a lr--c
Put tlm lour chil hell Weie dluWIied. 'llio
n-ehi-1 weiu leniiile.
I Ilk lolll-mS A .fl luilUI s
vi r j ':. n-.iing ii-mu wi n smlswav
Irom mik 1 would hid a pel nil uiim k
and IlieO they winiid disupi nr. All
ale Iig tlm lino weir iiciiple lei were li v
ing to save u lull tlicy iuiiI.I do fiutmog
nil I otl'y a few more were inliulit."
I Im. snow w hat li.iii-ln d In o.iit o
iiy. (i-hIumIv knnws w bill baa h i.N-iieit
10 liutnlrcds w hn weio in Ihe nalli ul th
riilong a!i rs. It I iih.imiIi.ii Io get
Snyiliing In Ihe ny of iivwa sate nu-ngi-r
11 -l.uls. All eve Mines nt (l.ln-r lii. X
M.iliiui tells a sluiy ol unparalleled lein.r
ism whn h occiini' l nl ll.a lower lit i tg
wlm h criHises tlii ( olii'liiiingli at tin
.i.inU A young man wiih two women
were seen inmiug il iwn Ih nvi-r mi e
pail ul a II nr. Al Ihu ii-s-r I (iilge io;i
was Ihio'iii lolhem. Tins they ail (ailed
loi.ilih. Ja-lwien llietwo l.ti.lgiwlio Waa
iininvd In (Hiini to ani t e eld. r nui'.uin.
Hindi I! la. npim-n w. iisui. r.
was Ih. ii t.i io niMrnV. ihe woman I...W
l..ca.. hll.c l... w.,u-U was l-ll.K lowered
fmiii me other l.iid.-t. Down rume Uu
, .1 l
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uii i lua arm nmuild I ,ie iw ) ohm it. A
,,l an . a s-na.li lisl a mill if nun lUMkl
ll.ei shi id umli-r tb bridge he reached
Up mill HU'S-'il HIP IV no waa ji-i' i
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Viuii nllv nwav nvur Hi (wo women, mm
I.ti. i d In gel a Im! t on lli- mie. fH-emg
lli.il tUey would nc I resell". I
OK linor pi o i n K isofk
..,.. fell link o'i Ihe mil w hicll r.on'ed
in. wu me river. lie -uncut wa in d Ibeir
.Ii ii i i.i I In rn ar i .lie bank. The yi.niig
lii.m H. S Ui'ili'i-d In l ire I o' biaiii n
olair. o, live m.iu uiuvd ihe tioiuen lu-
to the tree. He held on with his hands and
ri fted his feet on a pile of driftwood. A
piece ot floating debris struck the drift,
sweeping it away. The man bung with
his lio.ly immersed in the water. A pilo
of drift soon collected, and he was enabled
to get another secure hold. Up the river
thuro was a sudden crash, and a section of
the bridge was swept away and floated
clown the stream, striking tho tree ana
washing it away. All three were thrown
into the water and were drowned before
the eyes of tbe hnrrillcd spectators, just
opposite the town of Bolivar.
Early in tho evening a woman with her
two children were seen to pass under the
bridge at ISolivar clinging to tho roof of a
coal house A ropo was lowered to her, but
sho shook her head and
BEFUHKDT0 DKSEHT THK CHILOBKK.
It was rumored that nil throe were saved
at Cokeville, a few miles below Bolivar.
A later report from Lockiiort savs that the
residents succeeded in saving live people
from the tlood, two women and three men.
One man succeeded in getting out of tho
water unaided. Thoy were kindly taken
euro ot by the people of the town.
A littlo girl passed under tho bridge just
before dark. She was kneeling on a part
of a floor and had - her hands clasped as it
In prayer. J-.very ellort was made to save
her, but they all proved futile, A rail
roader who was standing by remarked that
the piteous appearance of tlie littlo waif
brought tears to his eyes. All night long
the crowd stood about the ruins of the
bridge, which had beon swept away at
Bolivar. Tlio waters rushed by w ith a roar.
carrying with it parts of houses, furniture
und trees. J he Hood had evidently seiit
lis force up tho valley. No more living
persons were being carried past Watch
ers wiih lanterns romaiued along tho
banks until daybreak when the first view
of tho awful devastation of tbe flood was
witnessed. Along the bank lay
the remnants of what had once
been dwolliug-housosand stores. Here und
there was an uprooted trco. Piles of drift
lay about in some ol which bodies of tho
victims of tlie Hood w ill be found. Eeseu-
ing parties are being formed in all the
towns along the railroad. Houses have
been thrown open lo refugees, and every
possible means will be used to protect the
homeless. The wrecking trains of tho
Pennsylvania Hail road are slowly inuking
tneir way cast io toe untonuuaie cuy.
AT 2 O CLOCK
this morniez they were held at Bolivar,
An ellort was then being made to repair
tho wrecks, and the crews of the trains
were organized Into rescuing parlies, and
an cll'ori will be made to send out a mail
truiu this morning. Tho chance aro they
will get no further east than i-lorcnco.
There is absolutely no news from
Johnstown. ihu little city la en
tirely cHt on" from communication with
tlio outside world. Tho damage done is
inestimable. No one can tell its extont
'1 ho Cambria Iron Companv's works are
built ou made ground. It stands near tbe
river and manv fear that it has been swept
uwav or greally damaged. Ihe loss ol
thoo work alone will be in the millionif.
Sir, TkoimiHon'a rtrnrflt.
There was a regular "parlor" concert at
tho Memphis Theater last night, for tho
beiielit of that veteran elocutionist and
public-spirited lady, Mrs. Koso P. Thomp
It was only a fair audience that sat,
lislenod and applauded, but a cultured lot
ol people, full ol sympathy with tbo van
ous numbers rendered.
Tho program was as follows:
In'nimcnul lnn-1 Kll-tr P'Amur M.VI1be
MIm Ijhiw- liiielisiinnliiiil li Kiiinia o.-rla-r.
Itoeiuliuu ...nti'i II , ilklng -cviif Iruin Xacbvlh
Miia Murr lain-.
Carmela - .Trll
Una Maul lam Hnmu.
Ixiit'i fconoa. ...hUellcy
Mr. J. II. Oriiluli.
I'rli kct na lb II uiti... ....Auibrg
Mia. nimi T. l arin-v
Tin r All tova Jm-k ...... Adauii
lr. K. Y. Ainhraun.
Klfla HerUe Anlltl
Ml-s i "i-ron-r I liuinaa.
Vorwl Pilot si-runriiiii Mcblr
Vila S. T. I arili-aa.ll.1 Vila M. 1. Ilrnsn.
IhYplu Mv lli-nrl leiiunu-rl
Mii llm k h-ir. of Nn-UvlCe.
Via-al tnii-l - liiiina ( 'nmisnia
Vlt-a ( 4iihiiy 'I liiituaaatnl Mr. 1. C. KiiiiwIii-ti
lU UUI-lli Sluiullri. ... lH4Ulelll
alii I in ma Jniii.
Inatrumenlal hurl 1 lioiialiU ul tuo I son-
M ,a i., iiut-naiian aini Al l-a r.niinn ucria-r.
This program, arranged by Prof. Emilo
U'W. was up lo the slandarj ol excel
lem e marking that gentleman's endeavor
In every instance. 1 ho selections wero all
new, bright, s.id full of thai rbsrming
meloilv thai must attain lo give even mod
crate satisfaction in a set concert. Each
and every lu.lv and gentleman contributing
to tbo entertainment were In excellent
voice, thoroughly familiar w ith their num
bers, full of fuiilli'.cnce, sang with fine
etfi-ct, and n-ceived cordial recognition.
I teen I Is were given Willi ls-nutilul regu
larity, llio complimented people rwqiondod
with tho utmost good pleasure, und the
concert was a marked success. It is to ho
n-gn-ited that the returns to the deserving
bclii'lk'iary were not greater.
After nearly a whole week lost In eonse-
qui nce ol wiiitermh wcailier, qera was
rcairinil at Jai-sui Mound Park but
nighl. It was al ill soiimw hut hilly for au
evening III lliia d. bghliiil n fort on a warm
day. end but a few over KM people wero
present. Tho li rdirmani-e was a (htid-
i-illy atl'sctivo one, nevvrtheli'S, the slsge
jHnple being detcriiilned lo make tlie few
pri M iit dsi Ihev had dono Iheuisulve a
J. I linn by rii'ming out. Miss Durve
iiiiiH-iiied in Ihe leading role lor ibo tiist
ti.i.e nller a Wea k a llliic., sod was in ex-
ti i'nnt vuice
"ll.o'lhn'e r.iaek Cloak," w ill 1- n-
peal, d nl a in iti.iee al2. U o'. Im k to.s
.(.. rn.s.n, and nl-. l.might. Bv nil
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...am lo now .li.rno.in. naum boiir.
r.-. Ml Ml jl M.um iUIii W 111 I in tile liro
Mi.i,..v nn. lit al .1.1 i. i In. k. "Mikado"
ii i ' .i I,, I,., l.i'ii.r ....-ii
Mr. DiMi.m lim Is li,s tim-t i ll. di ve s. ..p.-,
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ul Uitl Main slr.1l.
CHAKI.I U IX TALI KY.
n.n'ti of a rrnn.lnont nnd I vpnlar
.'r ll i'. M. lalley, a cleik in the
i.ud.tor ulinsr of lue laniiille. New Or
Imnm 'Icx.wi ljulrua I olliis'. died last
ii., It al tiu'ehsk. Mr. Talky was a
k .......I (:...,.. II 'C..II.... ..( II... 4 '..Hull I
li..iin-l ill iia.u- it. . ..uv......
I xi bange, and Itichard II. Talli y, ticket
iiki'iit of th Chcsnpeaku A Ohm unite.
jln wns ene ul the 1111 sipui.ir ; k
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men nt Memphis, and bis 'o" il! bo
I (,.,..,lv f,.t ,v Ills lai go liuuitier ol Inen-K
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1 ... 1 i.... I.I,, i hm.i writ Inn I
t ' II 1 ; 11 1 I . I HM If an I' I""" . t. .....
, ai. ,.,1, in H,,. Iiead l.al Week h-i w.,
1.ik,.n m ,, ,,, ,, f(,u.r .,
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i j.,., ,,,,,,1,,.. .., UJ .,,,, thought
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i li.cre was null.iiig
, I loila, llll'l III II ICII.IS
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I a, .,, .. .-..iV uu,. Ii
siiiioi-"! when no ne-
( aloe deliii, ma 1 liiir.dav H --lit. 11 ' cull
j , I
gelling wnrm nuiil be died with
(o.igesl'nni u( Ihe brain.
Hi linn i.d will.a'i ur ibis afurm on at
" :'s o'clo. k In. in No. Ml Mulli, rry tm-l.
His fiieinls me In- i:r I.
Vi'hi h l',ngt,-h capital h. .a stiaurbed all
Ihe Auilliaii bicweriiSil is e oeciel I hut
iiuiiuv lor NmiUiuu iitilroaJ tHUiilics
wol bo iiutiivabi.
THB ASSOCIATION'S SUCCESS IN PR
MOTINQ PHYSICAL CULTURE. '
A Smooth and Creditable Performance
at the Booms Last Might Before
Large Audlenoe An Botertalnment
Good Enough for rrofesslonals.' ,
The Amateur Athletic entertainment last
night was a brilliant success and abun
anflv rlumntiut r-itoH fhn niufnlnuM ,f Ka
association in promoting physical culture.
The exercises consistodof ground and lofty
tumbling, vaulting, leaping, boxing, bori-
zontal bar work, cahsthciilca and other
feats requiring agility and strength, and of
the eighteen participants there was not one
who betwnyed awkwardness or want of
skill. The following aro the names of tho
gcntlomon who participated: II. R. Hovey,
professor; Ford Berry, V, L. Barclay,
II. II. Cowan, L. M. DcSaussure, j.
Q. Falls, C. A. Gerbor, Dau Howkins,
W. B. Jett, J. 8. Knight, A. M. Mitchell,
11 A. Porker, Jr., C. T. Steinkuhl. J. II.
Taylor, Walter Webb, Arthur Warwick,
v.j. Washington and I). T. Culpepper.
They wore regulation circus costumes,
tights, trunks, close-fitting shirts, and pro
minted a ruther liicturesiiuo npneaiance.
live colors being represented in the
line formed preparatory to vault
ing over ' a horizontal bar. Their
flint appearance as they emerged
from their drossing-roam created Quite a
sensation, and a murmur of surprise and
approval rippled through tho large and
fatuiionnble audience present The ladies
wero in tho majority, and Ihe array of
Deautv mat ereeteu me athletes was in it-. .
solf an inspiration to deeds of strength and
iiiuiii)f, jug juuug ii.t'u n uu iiwn ,ui b ill j
the proceedings seemed to appreciate tJiia
and it was tiotsibly to lhat inlluence more
than any other that the excellence of their
work was duo. Prof. Hovey did somo f
surprising things on the double horizontal 1
bar, one in particular tiiat it's worth a '
man's neck to try.
Tho bars were about ten feet ' apart, aud '..
ho jumped from ono to tho other, landing
on his feet on tho opposite bar. Next in f
merit to the Professor on tbo bar were !
Mr. Ferd Berry and Mr. Arthur War- f
wick. Tho latter gentleman, however, ;
brought down tlio houso later in the
evening by a nagiiiiWiiij!oublc8omcrRaii!t
from a spring-board. Mr. Warwick is
conceded to be the best all-round athlete
in the asssociation. In leaping the palm
of superiority was by general consent
awarded to Mr. A. "M. .Mitchell. Mr.
Charles Gerber was also noticeable (or tho
skill with which ho went through the va
A Ixixing match with soft gloves, two
minute rounds, between Mr. Joe Taylor
aud Mr. Arthur Warwick, nllbrdcd 'the
audience a vast amount ol amusement.
Mr. Taylor had tbe iongtvt reach and got
in some telling blows, but bis adversary
had the bent of il in point of science and
agility. There were two rounds fought
und tho victory awarded to Mr. Taylor.
While Sx-ciai mention baa been made of
those above named it must not be inferred
that thero was any great disparity in the
work done bv llio oilier. None of llio
voungi-r niemlsTs, noiubly Mr. Jetuo
Falls, gi ving evidence of great proficiency,
esjiecially in tumbling.
I ho whole program was of even merit
and is highly creditable to the association.
Dancing and refreshments followed Ihe
LB IklOYNU lNsmUTB.
Eighteenth Commencement A Class o!
Eleven Kooolve Diplomas. i
Tbe graduating exercises ot the laj-
Moyno Normal Institute took pbico last ,
night at the apaciotu Bealo Street Bapf-t
Chinch, which win densely packed with ,
an audience of fully L',0K) people, eve-y
seal aud ull the atan ling room being occn- f
pied by a wcll-bohavud and attentive an- -,
Tlio following program ot exercise was j
carried out without a single luUh or tail- '
( liiinia-ttlirh Srhnnl Mar h .... O. A. Vi-alh
Orsllou. raluiiilnri nur t f-iiny ami Our Inity
Itiiitnna I. Kiwlinw.
Itccltnllnn. 'IlieOrjuu llnllilef
klallle T. Nn ll..:.ii. I
(irstlnn.... ......Vi la-lui t
11 lijanilu Julilla.
Itinni. -Mil li-r'a i-oiik Knllmf .
Krciutliiu. - A ftrinl ul llnai'in '
dl-lu-lia liiyl. -r.
y , I iil.irtunaU) Qnsviia ,
(-ullli I. Jai k-.i.i
urallon Tin. ami Pnstrvsi
Mm lu ll II. Illaeki-ll.
(ulo-Mnjr 111.. .i.i. J.u Mmuati Tory '
I nlliiil) A II I i.ll....kfl I
F.-anr Tin. Lu a and Ihe Pour I
Ik Hi- Jaekwli. '
Kaay.MMn.. Iilp Van Winkle t
Xiitlll I.. VI llllultia.
FaiaiT....... '. .Jnbn Mlllnn
I. Mi liia.l.hi.w.
Cll-ua-A Hprltiat ."lni IMlimtl l
l.i-lmtlou 'I n,iil.!i- la tli Aiuifn (iniff ;
Mary Hall. ,
Oration Vak-dicturv Mli-luiiary Vinrk .
I-. 1 i,r.i.-a.
I iaa l,ll,.n 1. T Mil
rn-emmi i ii.ioina..M 1 r ii Piiwiisa ;
At K .IO oi lock the clans of el"vcn, fonrr
young mm and seven young women,'
man lied ' own tno urna-i uom ... ,
. ,...!f,.rui. The Is aring of
.,,. ..,...,. t.,. was rtict and digm- .
and Ibeir n-ldrews and recitalmny
were iiilere-ilng and given in n way thai
i"W. d Ihuir sireiig h and stead,!,.- nl,
charai ter and the excellent Iraililiigthey
brve bad. . ,, "
' '"' "'.Hie (or lho.N-r.iwon wis cs;.eci..l.T
j n.tiaclivn and uf a high giadu of cxeed-v
em e. 1 lie p-in of Ihe evening w a. a solo.i
".May I! .in. by Iw M. I ul ..u.-l.,
I "; vmceof r.ne a n -ngtli cm
- . . ,., ..I.,.,....,. u..i .ln.l..tMm
' uu .i'i' . -r.. .--
I ell jov n. led by a pl.mo and a cm m l
It i "ot e.l-y " e-lnualo III
nn along of
sue i ih-1 -a. n ms to llier'iloriKi people. I iii-t
j aru l.s.kcl f.irwar.l to -a-li y-ir v.iih ra-o
, lilleri I lV 111' Ml nuu.oi'r w uu mn-.m
them, and ll;i-l ate d..lili'li -s a Mia.T ('if
od, lint only to Hi. ax1 wlm tak.ii part ill
th. m, I ul nisi, to manv u.ln ri, who nro
Ihllin nii'd Pv llu-iil lo ni-ek a gn-tio r or
le a .1. .-no i.'l ruluire. Tuty aio a great
(.i.jeel Ii a- nil.
I im i-'.om ol ll.e'presi.iit year Is llio Iarg.
i -t i, lie i. the e.cvi-u -'.ii,-.- gi.'.lil ..nig t
Irom this m huol. The enure cu.irae of j
studv civem twelve years, and that ol tint f
lii-.diest or normal department f-nir year. f
I lie cxerei-a ul la at lnghl were and by
IhoMi who haul heard others of I ho sann'
neliu.ll. lo iiidicato a gonuli in m.ii.y w av
1 'I he altendanci! al the la'Mo) lie . hia.l l,f a
I HI- Hit'
i Wrly V1V r,,, ,lt, v.,r, ii,,.i.-.i'
in all over .'i si p;nD rnrolli d.w it" a luf ,(r
ntiemlat f ', tlm paili.ll di -true ',
i.f llm m Iio.iI buii.iing by (In in Maic' t
i Ii iin.'in any way lo slop the ,,rk.
We uml' ra'and Ih ll the liiiiuii.tl If , i , , if ,
i,t,.,.,. ol the ni'lusii uie iiiHUit
lllHUlt I ,,,, H
catalo-.'iie of n Idirnry, Inelu il i.il.y
' IkNI lilli-s. Thii Work of III'' -ell ailiaO'i-
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; nno. u n.i.i i ......... .,,.
th.-il i ll-resn-el. I he te.u tiO' t nioilly co
to their homes In Ihu Nut ill f .r Hi" miiii
iner vm alii-n. 'J be Aluiuf ,i Wo, i.ilmn
has lis ineelilig IniimrruW, n.l I'.ablu ai.i.
field gives mi mldn s to lb ,. gr.'duate and
iuiitud gue.il louiorrow f .igbl.
AirmiiiiMi to a reeem in 0f t,4
Crntini 'rrnlllt A.'sa)'iii,n, il will lakii
fourie-n din lo re-lu u a rain ai'ier cit.ee
is giii-ii sud tocii'.y-.' daja lo isua ii.