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THE APPEAL - Hai a largor etreulatloa thri any ether aewspapar In th re. Clou roai.trUeri by the states at Tenn o. aUulxlapl, Arkan. to. Alabama, Itiu sal Lea it lit a. Bh a largar tfatl j etreulatloa Ibaa tar other aewepaaer la Imumm, MlMlulppt, Arkaa. saa, Alabama an it Tesaa, ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS. TENN., TltUJlDAY, JUNE 0. 1SS9. VOL. XLIX NO. 131 a V . HARD WORK. This 13 the Johnstown Watchword. Kobcdy Need Oo There Who Does Not Intend to Labor. It Will Take 10.003 Mon Thirty Days to Clear the Streota One Thousand Fuaorals Take Plaoa In the Little City. Ko tlnd to the Dead Bo.-IIds Recov ered From tho Mud. The Moat Oonssrvatlve Still Cling to Ela" Figures, And Assert That toe Loss of Life Will Reach 15,000. JOoo Out of a Population of Over 40,- OOO Beached by the Flood Register aa Having Escaped Mr. Lew Wallace's 8afoty Assured The Bubtcrlptlona Pouring In. JouKKTOWk, Fa., Juno 6. There is no urceuso ol horror hero today, but tho situation is resolving itself into something like order. The relief work litis been so systematized that tliero is no danger of any confusion. At the several distributing depots hundreds sescmblo morning, noou end night, and, forming inline, are sup plied with provisions. Men anil women Willi families are given bread, butter, cheese, hsru and canned meats, tea or cof fee and augur, and unmarried applicants with sliced bread and buttur or sand wich tn. Something like accuracy is being reached, too, in tho vatimulc of loss of life. The most counervativo cstimnto now puts the Dumber at 10,009. The IKK) army tents brought on by Adjutant-Oencnil Ax- I lino, of Ohio, have been divided, and two white-walled villages now sIFord shelter to nearly 0,0(10 homeless people. Those j village are polh-cd and undercharge of ,ien. Axnno. me action oi mo authori ties yesterday In consolidating all au thority and vesting it in Mr. J. III. Scott, of Pittsburg, as dictator, ;j received with favor on all Landa. Iicbitor Scott lina taken .bold of the stupendous task imposed ujun 1 him with enorgy, and already bus mapped ' out his work and assigued the direction if various portions of it to men equally I xcalou. Already he has 2.500 men at I " work and bos called for 2,500 more, to VrHtfiuin ho promises work for sixty days at ' $2 per day and board. Mr. Hcoit, ia nu interview this tnoroiug, said that lio pro posed to clear the town ol all wreckage nnd debris of all descriptions and turn tho ; town sito over to the citizens w hen ho ho completed bis work, clean and free from i olmtructions of all kinds. In con vernation I toilay SupL Iunran, of tho Johustowu i Street Ituilway, aud ono of the leading citizens of the place, declared that as soon ss the people recovered in a menu u re from the dazed condition in which they hnvo been since tho catostropho Immodiuto I measures will bj taken in the direction of rebuilding, lun win uo a nuc iun costly work, but Mr. Duncan cxiktIs to ace a new city spring frutn tho ruin of Johnstown. Tho work of reconstruct ing tho roadlwd and relaying lite i trucks ol the Pennsylvania Ihiilroad la J being pushed forward vigorously In charge I ol Knginocr of Maintcnace of Way Nit- tradgp, of the Pennsylvania Railroad, and alroady trains are running down to the passenger station, while consti action train are able to go considerably further, lly night it Is expected that the high embank mrut at tho big bond of the river which Uellerted the river from ilscoura on Friday and which was finally washed away iUelf, will bo constructed. Although the loss of the Cambria Iron Company will foot up into the millions, tho dittructlon of their lant la not as bad a apprvliendod and rnorted at first, and ollicers of tic; coin- f pany now auy they rxect to resuino op eration within thirty day. A civil en gineer of tho company who mado a careful survey of the propecli yoterJay, aaacrted to the writer this morning that although tho greater portion of tho valuable build iiiB and their still more valusblo contents in the way of Improved machinery is dum- aged beyond repair, there U ono complete set of machinery iu tho llosaruier mill tin ( injured, and the manufacture of steel rails tuay W resuuiod within two weeks. . Hundreds of Cambria employes aro at jwork today clearing away tho wreckage, j aud there is much complaint over tho con I duct of tho iron company ductal In cut I ting their men ofT tho general work to their own premises. The ofliccr of the iron company Justify their action on the ground that tho sooner they can g't their work In operation attain tho bettor it will bo for tho community. THC RAILROAD, the 4Bdlllaa lha Oalral Traaaler I I'aaaengrre. JonxiTOWH, Pa, Juns 6. Assistant Su perintendent Wm. M. tjtoncr and Iloulo Agent II. C Schoycr, of tho I'ennsylvauia lUilroad, arrived from Philadelphia at this ploco lost night. Laving been on the way since lost Thursday, comingorcrland route in wagon by way of Khcniburg pike. In n interview with Mr. b'touer, he said; "We bavo hired all the two-horse team In Dlalr, Cambria, Indiana and Klmasburg Cc-unlic wo could possibly get, and will trauort all poAsengcra la this manner Irorn Kbcnsbttig to Johnitowa. General : crlntendont 11. E. I'ettit ha ordered tho eutire force from the Altoona sho, 0,000 men in number, to the sec no of the wnthotit and wilt work under President TLoujpsou from NorUi CuuibvrUnJ, MX', ami until tho entiro division repaired their pniweniKir trains will leave Philadel phia over tho main lino by way of Will port, Lock Haven and lSald' Figie Vnlloy, I'liiluilulphin and Krio over tho Northern Central, taking tho main lino nt Harris on, thence to KbenshtirgHml transported in wagons to this place. Tho entiro por tion of the road that suffered by the fl od will bo in good rumiiug sbao in a few weeks tit tiio latest." At the l-'irst l'reshytcriun Church, which is being used as a inorgiio, seventeen bodies taken from the debris and river hnvo been brought in. Those identified are: Mary Stn.ttler, probibly Charles 11. Hoirinan, Mm John llarriH, colored; Mis l.izie and tioorgo Mellowed, 8. C.ark. Tho balanco iiro uuidcutiliod. Tho relief corps from Altoona found a body near Stony llridao this morning. On his per son was found a gold watch mid chain and Sl'50 in money, which was turned over to the proper authorities. This corps took oiit some thirty-two bodies or tuoro from the ruins yesterday. A. J. llawcs, whoso wife's body was taken out of Ilio river butt night, had tho body tnken up into the mountains, where ho dug her grave and said: "I buried nil that is dear to me. As for myself, 1 don't euro how Boon death overtakes me." Fivo bodies wero taken out of tho wreckfltfo near Dibcrt's bauk on Main street this monuug. Miss Clara burton, of Washington, T. C, the originator of what Is known as tho Hed Cross corps, known nil over the world, arrived here this morning, and will nt onco atuumo charge of all foai.ilo relief corps. I'J.OOO TO M.II00 I.UsT. I'onarrvailv Mrs rinre I lie t' I en re This lllBh and Mrau It. JoiiKsTowx, Pa, June 5. Conservative men are of tho opinion that tho ntunWr of people destroyed will reach from 12,000 to 15.000. Thin view of it is based on many fragment of evidence obtained from over 100 citizens, being careful to se lect as Intelligent men and women as could bo found. They wero chosen fnim as nuioy occupations as iowiblo and from as many social caste. They w ere asked to cstiiuato tho porcentago of lo- to the total population, to tell how many people of their acquaintance hnvo disappeared, bow the gathering of icMdcnte ou the streets and In public places compare with the samo in former time. Their stutuinouts of facts and estimates were proved as fur as could bo, and tho pendulum of calcula tion seem to bo beating time when they swing from 12,000 to 15,ftk). It mint bo rcmcmlKred that a very largo proportion of this loss is mndo up of children. I low strikingly frequent U thp refeiuncu in the death list to "Mrs. Jones and six children," "Mrs. Smith and five children." In tho morgue tho little ones Jio in dozens where the adults are in half ilo.ens, hut there is aud has Ihm'II much gruuter dilli cully in recovering the Ik lie of children. Ilcing lighter and smaller they have often been swept Into out of the'w.iy recess-. that are almost inaccessible. As they are more easily carried away a very great pro portion of tho children have been swept down tho river ami their bodies driven in under overhanging banks, under thickets and in other places where there is only a sparse population and where tho search is not earned on in a careful and orginix.! manner. As an illustration of this. Just aliove New Florvneo somo (raiments ol cluthinjj were In full view of Him path on tho river bank. Hundred of people passed the place for three d.iy lnokuitf for bodies, but thought it wm only shrvU of worthless clothing they weie looking aL Finally souicIskIv poked at the rngs .v it ti a stick and a w irl In the current brought a two year old babe to (ho surhtrs.. Tho drift of opinion among intellir-ni men, pliykieians, ei)((ineiT ami railin.id men, is that from 1,00.) to 1,'xk) uf the bod ies will never le fon ml. At II o'clock this rooming Adjutant Oeucral llastinu sent the loilowing tele gram totiov. Ik-uver. liiir llmrer, llsril.bux V. "Fully 3,0m) men are at work clearing off debris. Il-Klies are now iM'ing rescued iu largo numlMTs, The Citizens' Coin m li tis) organized aud the work is systematic ally carried on. A detachment of twenty men of the Fourteenth Itegimnnt was de tailed lost uiuht to guard supply trains. Provisions are Kuring in, and it is dilli cult to tnke tarn of tliein. There is no sullering from waul of food and shelter. Contributions of mouoyaie wore doairahlo than anything else. "1. li. II riM.s, .iljiit.int-!oKeial." ilia: uai'M wwMK. I'arlaMSIrlr Ska tsaaiaar Maaavlas tol aail Mark) la ftrlng Jlrr.Mpll.kwl, JoiixsTowsi, Pa, Juno ft, In tho midst of this sccno of death and desolation a ro lenling Providence seems to be exerting a subduing iulluenco. Six days have elapsed sinco the great disaster and the tempera ture still remain low and chilly in tho Conemaifgh Valley. When it I remem bered that In the ordinary Juno weathor of thl locality from two to thruj day are utTicicnl to bring an unattended body to a degree of decay and putrifacllon that would render it almost iuiosiblu to pro vout Uie spread of disease throughout tho valley, the Inestimable bcnoflt of this cool weathor are almost beyond appreciation. Tho emanations from tho half mile debris above tho bridge are but little more oflen she than yesterday, and should this cool weathor continue a few day longer it Is potsiblo that hundreds of bo lie, may yet be recovered from tho wreck in such a stato of preservation as to render Identifi cation possible. Many hundreds of vic tim, however, will lie routed and charred into audi shapeless masws as to preclude hopo of recognition by their nearest rela tion. The work of clearing np the wreck and recovering the bodies Is now being con ducted most systematleallr. Ovr U,0tX) men are now at work ia llie vsrt'ui kit lion of tho valley, anil each little gang of twenty men I dire.ed hi a foreman, who I under order from tho general head quarter. Ai the rubbish is gone over and tho bodies and m attered article of valuo recovered the deh'l I piled up In one Llgh moss and the torch sppho-L In this way the val'ey Is assuiiug a Im devas tated condition. In twenty-four hour mote evory mas of rubbish will prolsihly havo been searched, and tho iuveatlgv tion will be confined to the smoking wreck above Johnstown bridga. Puts burger are now iu sols chargo of every thing l this place. Tho Fourteenth Jleg Im nit hu hot yet been assigned to any duty by Ailjulaiit-Cienorsl Hastings. In au interview this uiornint. he said. "The regiment was ordered hor to do guar I work aud tsko rh4igi of the place. We will but dvIuie umtiwI law for tho reosva that there Is no necessity for it. Tho local police and the citizens who hove been do ing yoeiimn service nro about, tired out, and I will a a ji tho regiment to gu rd work this alien oon ami relievo tnu po lice." Tho General sent tho following telcg.-.tm to liov. Heaver this morning: "Tim chief of Police of johustowu informs mo that thore wore no depredations hiHt nij;ht., and everything is quiet this morning. Tho stories about riots and lynching aro un true, and are sent out by people who aro desirous of making scmation. "l. II. IlASTINllS." At the Johns'owii station on the east sido of tho river everything is quiet, yet considerable work is being done. This is the chief commissary satioii. and this morning by 2 o'clock l"i,0tl.) pwiplo were fed and ubout CO) familios wen furnished with provisions. Five car lo.ids of clothing were distributed, and now almost every One is provided w ith clothiiu. At the ilill'erent retfistr.ition id.ici' IS,. 000 roMdcius of the devastated district had registered as alive and well. Tho total population of the district was between 40, UO I and 50, IKK). There wero liundredi of peoplu waiting around the ollk 'a to li.ivo tlimr names pineod on the list of s.ived. It is thought that by tomorrow n g'.it ut h ost X'y pur cent, of the survivors w i'I bo regis tered. Itager O'Miira, tl o ruperinteiident of police of Pittsburg, who h is Ih'uii hero for two days looking for crooks mid pick iiockcU, aud that tho repons about rob beries and thieving wero greully exaer ateil. Said he: "There uru n profcsiiomil thieves in Jjlinstown, and this is not the place where they would bo liable to work. They may come up iu tliu crowded trains and rob thu passuugers, yet they would just bo as likely to help with tiiu worU hero us not. No prulesioaal thief would work the dead here, us thure it little or nothing for theiu to giin, aud thoro itm so many pjlieo that It would bj almost i in pouiblu fur thetn to evudu detection. All the better thieving tluit has been done has U-en dotio by a lot of tramps uud bums. Ono thing 1 notico hero is that thoru aro too ui.iny relief ei:uiuittees and noteuouli woikeis. In fact, lh. ro aro mora relievers than there am sufferers, and almost every man you in.'ol has a yellow ribbon on. A lot of dudes c.inio down luie, and think more of tilling their stomachs than tliey do of re.ievio.' the pisr. Ol cinro I do not refer to the real coiiiinitteemeii, but to tho sham commit teemen. What is needed here is people with picks and shovels, uud they are bat ly tiueded." 'In is morning 1,100 men arrived here in charw of Phillip Flinu. Tho lion. Wm. Fliuii arr.ved later and took chargj of li.j work, and by 11 o'clock they had siloes-Jed in doing more work nt clearing away tlio debits than h.w lioeii donj here tofore. Mr. Fiinu oiferod the men special in liiciineiits, but will lii.iko thoiu work. Several dociors and twenty car-lo.uls of provisions e.ime up with thu ia boring in.'ti. This luoridng another delegation ol work. men camu up from llr.iddo . FicUiii.m h.id a pick, sliovel, siw or so.no other in struiuetit ou his shoulder, uud worn pre p.irud to gi to work immediately. Adju Unit lieiierul Hastings has r.sjiiestud the A.sociuUul Press to siato thai this is tho kind of men that are wanted here too many c.iuuol IsiHeuU Tlnrty doctors ar rived Iroui Piiiladcipliia this morning in clnr-o of )r. Frob.'t. Tho Uoclor -were thanked for thuir willlniu-st to help, but Ih ;ir services were declined from the fact that there are no sick to lake rare of. hi the Prospect llitspitiil on the hill-top there is not one p itient, and the only use they huvt for doctors hero is to utiluj tlioui at lulsircrs. W. II. Ilevoro has been given charge of the liiipHimplu embalming cs talilishmeut In thu Pennsylvania li.tilroad Msliou by PkiiiJ. !, the Ks-n-liiry ol the Sinlu lliar i of lleulllu In Ins noiico to the g.Milleiu in ho has given him authority to divhirgo nil men w lia uno prof.iuu lan guage uliuut the place. nukii i n;iosiiu II Will Tak lo.noe Mrs Tklrly luys Clear Ike Mrrs-k. Jomshiowm, Pa., Jnuo 6. Where Johnstown's prinvlpul store stiysj last Friday arc now pitched l.ooj tents, and before tomorrow night this number will be doubled. I'nder this shelter a n ac commodated tho meuilx'ts of the militia aud tho thousands of workmen who are trying to clear the streets of thiswr. lcd ritv. liver "),")) iumi are thus employed in Johnstown proor, l, J)of these leiug tho reuular street h.iuds euuiloyed by Conirai tors (tooth A Flynn, of Pit.sbnrg, tho others being voluuleers. William Flynu arrived in the wni ke l city th.s morning, and at once to-k rhargo of tho armv of workiiiiiu. lie to d of tho work that has to be done, and the conductors' estimate show iihuo than anything bine the chaotic condition of this city. "It will take 10,0)10 men thirty day to cl.-sr tho ground so that the streets are l- iblo and the work of rebuilding can be commenced," said ho, "and 1 am ul a loss to know how tho wotk Is to bo done. This enthusiasm will soon die nut aud the volunteers will want to return home. It would isko all summer for my men alone to do w hat woik Is necessary. Sies must be laken, and at once, to furni.li gangs of workmen, and tomorrow 1 shall solid a communication to the 1'itUbiirg Chsmlx-r of Commerce asking tho ul.Tcrcnl manu facturers In tho Ohio Valley to take turns for a mouth or so in furnishing rebels of workmen. 1 shall ask that each establish ment stop work for a week at a time and send all hand in churgn of a foreman and timckeeer. Wo will board an I rare fur them hero. These gaiiim should com for a week si a time, as no organization can be effected If workuieu arr.vo anj Icavo when they plnaao.' Mr. Flynn' proposition will be taken to rittsburg by Air. F.van J uie and Mr. Cieurgo lirvan, of Oliver liro. Tho gen tlemen wifl explain tho necessities of tho case and beg lor the necessary ahL lb volunteer are doing noblo work. Neaily every town in WcU'iu Pviinayl. vania l represented by from ten to a hun dred men, and many towns in Ohio and Now Yotk havo also furnished quota ol laborers. Thuso volunU'jrs aro working Willi a will, but lforo tho end of the week they will want to return home. Men whocomo hor will bo paid f J a day and board. All tho lsW'.r who ha.'o boen bjiliug with tho wreckage are quartered tonight, some in barn, other iu the toot alovo leferred to. It was a noun a ol army life at tho time that supper was roady and the long piue table were crowded wild uku. Stoves were erected out in the oen air and coal fire hosted the gsllon of coflue. Tho beveiogo was bested In large wash boilers, and (or on gang of men aeveu builei full wore emptied lit half ati li iir, colli, bread anj cluxiao being the fa.o tonight, bill mor substantial ralioti Will bo giveu out tomorrow. A the dark new divw ved over IU sceuo the Valley became quiet, tho only notss being tho occasional challenge Ot a militiaman as ho bado some belated individual obey tho ordor.i of tho Sherltrand leave the city of the dead. Johns:owa is und.-r martial law, imd laborers only are wanted. OSE TIIUVNAfttt ilVS.r.11 M.H. No llrarse. Few Munrnrrt-Slrn llnry In I Tisslr Own t'ainillo. Johnstown, Ph., June 6. Tin gray mists had fcarcely arisen from tho hillj this morning until 1,0)1) funurals wore coursiiiK their green sides. ( There woie uo hearse", few ir.oa-nera, and as lit! Ik sol cmtvty as formality, Tno limjority of the C. III ask were ol roiltfh pine. The p ill b.-r-ers w.to strong farmerj teams, umI in stea I of six pall hearers to onu colli 'i there wero generally six coll'uis to ono team. Silently tho proctssiom uiovod, and si lently they unloaded their burdens in thu lap of mother enrth. Minister of (iod was Ihero to pronoiliico a hut blessing as tho clods rattled down, oxcept n few faith ful priests who had followed soma man gle 1 rcprvHcntativoi of their faith to tho grave. A fact that has beon heretofore over looked in tho awful strain is tho soiled condition of tho corpses. Fully one-third of those recovered havo bjun s'o m ingled, bruU'd or charred that identillc ition was imp siblo. in an ordimry Ho 1 1 this would not have been the c.i', but hero liiiui in bodies were but tls' tilhu in of a inoiiiitHin-liko m:us of Iiou-h-s, railnud tracks, trains an 1 other debris w hich went cm in bin through a valley three miles long. How nny o? life's clav retained form or semblance is ciilgmaticuf. All day long the eornse were being hurried below ground. Tho unidentilled bodies were ifrouped on a high hill west of the do lined city, where on e,)i,iiiih must do for all, and iluit, the word "unknown." There are hundreds of tbeso graves al ready, and each duv will lncrei-o the pro portion. Tho possibility n.' Identillcatioii iliinitii-dica everv hour. Hrv are raging over tho lauu'led crave of hundreds, and the pirtial cremation of many bodies Is Inevitable. Oilier aro lieeoniing so bluckoniil n their contact With tho uebiis or through putrillcation that a grinnin r skeleton would show uaniuch resemhluuce to the pemous in life as they. A i most every sinku of tho pick in soin i portions of the city today resulted ia the discovery of an iiher victim, an I alth m jli tliu funer als of the morning relieve.! lim morgues of their crush, b -(ore night Mbty wero as full of the slinking dead lis es-r. Wherever one turns ike m hncliolv view of u colll-i is met Kvety train into Johnstown was laden with Ulim, lint bet ter ones b'iug geuerallv reomp lined by friends of the den I. Afea could be simoi starring over the ru ns with shining maliiyauy caskets on their shoulders. S'verai s umble I and fell into thenlsiun 1 lug mini pits. The hollow ho'isei ol the dead went bouncing over the stmiesjiko driinis in a funeral insrc'i. lhu colli a f.iini.ie app.a s to bJ allevaUi.l. TIIK VKllMll or IT. laa I'sisiilrlii Vlrwa. JouxsrowM, I'j., June 5.' Thucn irmlty of the d-vastulioii wrought by the Couo uiaugh ll'sxl is la'coiiiiiig more and more apparent with every effort ( the Inborers to resolve orler out of cli uat. Over ouo hiindnsl men liav ben all d ly engine.! in an effort to clear a narrow p issigo from the death br.J-j upwanl thruii;!i tho aea of debris that bes ss the ('oneiiiaiih for nearly half a mile. livery ingenuity knoivu to man has lswn ri)rt,l b by thiirrrw. Tin ri'int p cr ot dynamite was bronchi into n quii'llion, and at fre qilunl Intel .ih the rosr of eiphsioii le verlH'rated through the valley, an I sticks, stones and log would 11 high in tho air. lira dually a few of thu ho.ivlcst timlx-rs were demolished and tint fragiuuiils M-r-in, tied to lliul downward thruiigli the is-uter arch. At nlghtlsll, however, the tleur 'space aim Uie bridgo did not exceed an area el sixty fts-t in leiieth by forty foot In width. When ouo n Meets I hut fu'ly twenty Mv seres are to be cleared in this way the task ahead st ems an intcrmiii iblo one. Itul there is uo Myid road, and if tie) hundreds or thousand of bodies bear alb tlnste black ened ruins are to te recovered for Chris tian buriul the hi I sirs of today must be continued with lucriaed vigr. There am muny cousurvaUv uiiud that room mend the uno ol the torch in this work of clearing the river, but tley are not among the aulli'rers, and when siusi counsels are In aid bv thciao whisxi wivei.rhd.la-n, alslers or bri.lheis rest beneath tlua sea of tlots.nn and ei.im the auvesiion of rru illation luwt with a wild furore of objec tion. Tliero is uo hopo in Ihernliin r mind that this tak ran Imi pursued to the end. 'The progress ig loduy is hardly diaccniable, and ere two m ire days havo claimed tliero Is little doubt the oinsmitlons of putrid b-slie will have liceoino so (nghtfulas lodnvu the hardiest workman from Urn scene. I'nlil that tiimi comes, however, thorn is no Iiisi thsl this griel alrii ken Kjnilace will abandon tho cheiiKhed hope ol agiin ffi'in u;on the forma of the loved otusi wlioe lives went out in the lire and (11 if theConemaiuh. 1'hn ples.lings of sanitarians and tho logic of engineers alike fail to find an echo In the mm Is of the grieving and atlhctisl, but in a few more days Uie sterner logic of nature will assert Itself o-id in the face of lmriihlhty the ta-k of crcmalioa will bo com ChiMtian duty, DKMTHl C IIOSjTiljirwiirBI-, lar.llmabla lamaaa iNraa la laalral faaaaslfitMla. PiTrsnt ao, Pa., Juno 5. A H'dl Just rcccivod from Huntlngd ia, I'-, says: The late new from suburban district in thl couuly, just received, show that tho de struction to property by lis fl I it Infin itely greater than at first rc)rto I. The walor are recoding, and tho Juniata Itivor la passablo In Wimul places. Couri er have arrived bearing nca of tho un precodontiul flood, from Ik-J.'oid to llunliug Ion on tho IViya''.'jwn branch, and on the Iowlston on the Juniata Uiver, tho devastation U the greutesl In Cvutral I'utiiLSyl vania, except, of comae, Hi Johns town. Not a bouse hi left that stood with' in reach of the swollen II reams heio. Tho damage to property will rv ieli f 00,0f, whilo the other town la the nuiitry have stiltured corrosoiidiiigly. At Maplcton tbt Immense tannery of I- A. lluberl wo damaged to the extent of f -'M.'Si'l, and the loss to other property wul leach IX), tf) more. The Powell Kui nace at Saxlon uatuiniKl a loa if $10 1,0" l, an J at that place both the ru'droad aud onnty brldgo will swept away, leaving raiiija I coniuiu uiutiuu wilU Lcilord cut oil. l'L Htibt- inglou P.roa l Top Railroad sustained but alight damage. For a distance ol threo miles below here four miles of tho Penn sylvania Railroad tracks iiro destroyed, with bridges gone ul M.inyuuk and Lewis ton, the bitter having g mo down during the storm last night. Railroad communi cation with Altoona on the west will bo ois'iied on n single track by tomorrow. From hero to the. junction of' Dm Juniata and Susquehanna Rivers, the sweep of the ll'xid exieuded, tilling this once beautiful valley with desolation and ruin. Orowing crops iu the lowlands were destroyed, and iu Smiths valley, this county, the' fanning lands, r imprisingun area of twelve by two miles, have b.'eu stripped of every singe of soil, As far us knniui, 300 houses have been destroyed in this county. Relief cominiltees are now engaged, and uro seeking asiistanco for tho destilute. Throe families, cjinprisin j sixUcu per aous, living on the U iviiUtowii branch, named leitii, I loll tier and Montgomery, uro mitLsiiig, and it is feare.lth.il they have been swept away with their ho.nc. .oi vt ii'iiNrT.SiOixT ri4 iai. a in. His Wnsls nl lbs llomvle.s atnlterrrt Are tar trsm llslnj Allrsl.lrd. Joiixstown, Pa., Juno 6.Notwith stand tho fact that nearly every prominent city in the I'nited States is raising n fund for tho Coiieinaugli sull'erers, the wants of tho homeless aud ntllicted aro fur from be ing alleviated. At tiio various relief sta tions today the crowd of applicants was continuous from morning till night, and many of tho needy wero forced to wait iu lino for hours before their turn came and their little portion was ullotlod out to them. Hundreds of thousands of dollar must pour into this stricken valley if leni tive sullering mid privation is to bo avoided. Thousands of people uro homeless, and In these devastated homes thousands lost their all. Labor uud manufacturing of nearly every kind is nt a standstill in the vulley, and weeks or month must ctapso before thu Cumbria Ironwork and oilier industrial institutions can possibly resumn and give employment lo the thousands that depend upou them forsupHirl. F.vou u: thu present time, live days al.er Ihu world was llrst thrilled by the news of this great disaster, there are hundreds of hungry sople in thu Cone miiugh Valley who have no certainty of u breakfast til morrow. Yet tho country sis-ins im pressed with tho idea that their every want Is Is-iug complied with uud that physical sullering 1 at nil end. Telegraphic expressions ol commisera tion are pouring lu Iroiu every citv and borough throughout thu broad laud, but snliiiaiilial evidcuee of sympathy aie sadly Hunting. It is not poil,l that while KHplo read, wonder and pity every man expects his neighbor to give or thinks lliul ere his donation would arrive In the valley actual ins-essity would lie at an end. The Mayor of Juliiislowu today received by cable a copy of resolutions adopted at a public m -cling today in Puns, France. The warm hearted Paiisinns express their deep sympathy with the homeless and ul Ihcted ( thu Ctineiiiauuh Valley, and stale that subscriptions have Imhmi op -ned In various quarters ol the Republic lor the re bel ol ibeir Auiurirsu neighbors. I.IAsa4 Aceldrnl laauraar 4(nla. Jouxsrows, Pa., Juno J. Ouo of the fealure of the diy was ths arrival of a laigu numU roI life and accident insurance skills. Fully 10) of them armed, and they aro bard at work looldug up the vic tims who wero Insured In thu diliereiit companies. Very little inloriintion can bo priK'Un-d yet, lis there la rcall) no ollb-iul list ol the I lentill ! I dad, and, evn if there w us, there nro too ninny people who cannot br identlfl i I, si that ther.i is httlo ho,st (or iho iiisuraiico agents getting uny thing like a complete list. Another lent nro of tho arriv.i's lislay is the numb -r of pro fessional an I amateur photo'gniphers w ho hnvo put in an iippearaiiej on every lull ido and at plan among th rnlus, as ran Is) seen lii abundance. A grsy haired woinin was kinong tlm ajiliciuis for clolliing nt the di.tiloiiiing i. p , at thu I'enn.yivanin 1'jiilrond Nation, this morn ing. An oulllt was mudii up and given her, but after examining the dress, she ap proached thu agent In rhargit and asked if lie would I'XcliNiigs it for a block one, "I have lo I nil my Isiff.ly," she addi by way of i!iyv. as Iho tears streamed down her wrim.li-d face, "and wiuld like lo have a black Jr.-ss il I coiiM get ono. My bus bund and lour children are In that awful pit by tho stono bridgii and I am iilono now," A black dn-aa was found for hor. lh l lrsl ess Hrra.rrnl. Joiivstows, Pa., June 6. Tho llrst lwdy tnkun from the ruins this mornnii was that of boy named hivis, who was found in tho debris, ncsr the bridge. He was badly brui sd and binned. The re main Were taken lo tho lindi Making Mom at Ihu Pennsylvania Railroad sta tion, whero they were nssignised as thoie of Willie Mavis. The lxy' mother has been making a tour of Iho diirerciit nioigue for Iho past few day and wns just going through tho undertaking room alien she saw the remain ol her boy b lug brought ill. Sho ran up to the te mains and demanded Iho child. She seemed to have lost her miud and caused (pule a lis by her actions. Mio staled that the bad lit her husband and six children In the fl sol so I this was thu Hist one ol the laiuily that had brsm recovered. Thob-Kliesol a hit le girl named Rruikeu and Theresa and Kutio I'own of Clifton strrot, wero taken out ii"fir where the re mains of Willie Puvis worelound. 'Th Stale olllcer of Iho Royal Area tin in are hero and have called a im'eliug lor thl afternoon at Prsipect Hill, 'ihey will provide for tho fumilie ol tho victim of tho llood who Wero member of the order. re. iw Wallare Mara. WssiiisiiTox, Juno 5. Private Secre tary Ilulford rocoivod atolegrain thlaafter noou from hi wife at Altooua announcing that Mrs. Isiw Wallaee was willi her and sale. Mrs. Ilalford xK-ct lo leave A I Uxjua for Washington tomorrow. Oyeraaalaa aaUlara. Joussrow.s, pa, Juno A, Home over zealous military inoa caused considerable excitement near th Morrull Institute, In Johnstown proer till morning, by their outiageou conduct. Homo men, employed by J. H. Cheltell, a local contractor, wero put to work at rescuing bodiu shortly aftor da) light Twool tho homo Soldier woto palroliug tho place, and when they aaw the men at work they told the in they would have lo atop operation. Thl thu ineu refused to do, saying they Lad been employed by the Citireiis Committee to do the work. The soldier gave the in ono minute lo gel away fioin tho place, and ss they were lis no hurry lo obey, the guards Orgd two ib'jU, but did not succeed ia hitting tho workmen, who started on a run to Oen. Hastings's headquarters. No one was there at tho lime, but thu matter was reported to the lieneral, and ho stated that the shooter would bo courtuiartialed iui' mediately if caught. LET TKNNE.ysHJH ItBSPOND. Gov. Taylor I-suos an Appeal for tho Aid of the Johnstown Buflorers. Hm-lal I'iinwli li to The Apnenl. Naniivii.i.k, Tenn., June .V-Tho follow ing proclnniation has been issued by Iho tiovernor: l'rocliimni'mi. -Stnle nl 1Vni.c.v-Kx(Viitive lie-iirliinui-liel-il l Talnr, ii.iveinnr. Whcrens, The awful calamity that befell tho fated city of Johnstown, Pa., hurling thousands of human beings to instant uud horrible death, und sweeping millions of valuable proMrty to destruction, Including an enlire city, is homo lo the country in tho public print in such overwhelming and heartrending detail us to excite tint. verbal couinibs.'ration, the almost unpre cedented disaster has not only brought death uud destruction, but entailed woe niul sorrow aud suU'eiiiig upon thousands who survived, placing them in direst need; romembeiing with profomiilent gratitude tho in ignauiuiutis prodigality with which our brothers nt tho North havo reached their hands out iu uld of the x'oplo of tho South when earthquake tumbled a city into ru. its, when pestilence slow its thou sands, und whenever and where er calam ity befell; sorrow level all hairier and distinction! and reveals tho universal kin ship of man; and, whereas, Tennessee and Teuuisiseeim liuvo been )scu!iui',y nud abundantly blcsned of (iod in increased and increasing yield of crops un I exces sive development of wealth, ill prollt able iiivestmeiit and rapid uecumiilatioiis in all brunches of business and trutlie; 'Then-fore I, IU)ls-rt 1 'Taylor, tiovernor ol Tennessee, In the name ul (iod and Immunity, do invite all and every of the good citizens of Tennossee to give of their abundance in aid ol our stricken brothers ol PeniiKvlvauin, and iwonimcnd that all thu bunks of tho State be made reposito ries for donations, to bo promptly for warded, that distress and sullering may llnd ss'ediest relief; and I do further cu I iihiii the Mayors of our cities und to win, uud tho ulllcials of our counties, to assem ble their ivsipla and reveal to tlnvii the unspeakable horror nud suffering Unit nphul lo their benevolence, und put into execution such measures us will secure the ends here recommended. In lesliinony whereof, I hereunto set my hand, and emise the Ureal Se.il of the Mate to lie allixed, at Nushvillu, this 2d day of June. I.ve.l. Ronr. ! Tavi.om, (invernor. T.y tho tiovernor: ('. A. Miii.i u, Ss'r'lary ol SUto. TUB MAVHKICK OAHK. The Inquest luto sir. UaybrloL's Death Continue. I.ivriii'isii., Juiin 5. 'Iho Inquest into the death ol Mr. Maybrlck, who Issup piset to have been p' mxl by bis wile. was rvsuiiitli today. "? r. IIopsr Untillcd that ha hud treated tho patient for de ranged digestion and nervous JisorJera. He had pn'rcriUul the u-s uf slrycluiiiie but had never advised Ihu use of urscliic. Maybrick had told wilnen that he was acquainted with the medical proH'ities of lie inc. Wilm-sa stated (hat iu June pv"S, Mr.. Miybriek cauii io huu nud ll-ked him lo ssMk to her hlishill I ub nil the liahil ol ursolic taking, lo which, she ml, he was udd.i led. Mavbm k h i I ue kliouledgol lo w lines 1 lint be bud struck In wife and given her a blue)' eve, d inug a ipiariel ulsiiil a gentleman. Wilier liinher atated tliut Airs. .iln)lir:ck li t I e-iui'sm-cI to him rvptiiignncu I m.ird her liusbaiiil uud wished that he could obtain a ai'paral.ou Iroiu him, I'r. Ilumphieya, who had a'so at en ,.. Mr. Mayhnik, te.tilled that shorily Ih lore the patient' death Initial given di rections ihst a lew drops ol solution o arsenic bo admiuuitrred houily to thu sii k man. The lew dnn of arsenical soliit ion or dered by lr. Humidiieys were equal lo ono-llllii ulli ol a drop vf a I st cent, solution. A bottle ol meat vxti.M't con tained much arsenic. A waiter ill a liudon hotel idelililled I'.ricrly as man who shiyed with Mis. Msybiick two days ns her Imsh ind in Mnrrli last. This tcsttinony elicited gionns and hi"- s, nn I tho Csitoiivr threalcin d to ch sr the court. A letter was read which Mrs. Msyhrirk wrote to I'.ricrly from J.nl, up nlilig lor ns.inliinis. and money, and sliding that rveiylhiiig was known slum! tin ir visit to 1-oiidoii. T he h-ller concluded. "App-ar-uiicisi are terribly against mn, but before (ioi, I swear I am iiuns cut." TIIK I HON MA UK KT, Thl fiouth Will Not U ArTictel by the Pennsylvania Out. Hs-lal h U 1 ba AmssiL Nssiivn.i t, leiiu., Juno 5. Tho roJuc- tiou'madu by tho Thomas Iron Company, of Pennsylvania, In the price ol pig iron, lis excited much Interest in Tennessee Slut other Southern Slates. The market bus Ihsj u carefully watched and Iho out look generally commented u-ou. II. H. Chatuberluiil, President ol thoRoauo Iron C.nnaiiy end the Cilico Furn.ua Com pany, operating lliren large lurnaces, s-ty ''I'nder the ilimulii ol low price the consumers now enter tho maiket and stop to rraaoiiahlo extent tho effort being made lo put up price alt along tho line, lid this, It seems to mo, ia cxm lly what will hapMii. My luipiesiuu I tliut wo have eccil the Worst ol the deptiissiun, and that from tin on the trade will materially Improve." Mr. Howron. screlry ot tho Tenneseci Coal, Iron A Railroad Company, discuss ing tho Iron oiitlisik iu the Ninth, said that ni furnace in thl section would Isi cbswd by thu ml In tho Pennsylvania prices, snd that i rubably not a in,;le one would Ul ill Iho least allected. Five sixths ol the 'l b 'mas Iron Company' output hud alroa ly Iss-n sold. Mr. Ilowron said further, that while the reduction la prlco might alio t the Kastern ma, kd It coul I not Injure Iho Htiiithel n maikwl, U'cati not more than 10 or 12 hi cent, ol the iruu produced in the South goes In Iho Fast The roinalud.-r ol it frs Weil, and do-' not romele with the ennsilvaiiin Iron, nono of which rrosse tho Allegheny Mountain, Is-caumi tho antlir.ii ilo iiun cauuut bo nude a i hcapljr as thu ( Aa iron. A. T. Maarr III as. Tii ixa, Kus., Juno 8. Mr. A. T. Hoj vrs, who was shot by th burglar yesterday luoiiiing, died at 10 o'clock lust ulght, and tho i.ioicy ol Mr. It-igets U Joubtful. . DB. CUOXIN'S DEATH. Some Startling Evidence Elicited. Alexander Sullivan's Aooonnta To Bo Looked luto Oarofully. A WItuesa Who Is a Member of tho Clau-Na-Qael Teatlfloa That Another Member Bald That Dr. Oronlu Khould Die. Still Anothor Bwoaia That Dr. Cronln Had To'.d Ulra Long Ago That Be Would Do Murdorod Mich ael Dairy' Story. Cnicv.o, III., June 5. -Just before the ' inquest over hr. Crouin was ended for today tho books of th i Traders' Hunk of Chicago were brought into the court-room by order of Juduo shepard. I'.yron L, Smith, the receiver of the bank, was pros enl lo explain the bearing on the case, lly check on (Ho and ledger entries it was shown that lu tho summer ol ISS2, Alexander Sullivan had altogether $100,. iKHlin the bunk. Ol this money. $10,000 und more whs an individual account, the rent was credited to Alexander Sullivan, iigent. Iy September 0, 1KS2, thia money hud Is eu drawn out on check made pny able to J. T. Lester i Co., broker. It i the intention ol the coroner to summon a member of tho tirm to probe tho mutter further. Thomas J. Con way, of Ruvvnswood, a suburb uf Chicago, was the witne.as. Conway is a meinU'r of Clnn-nn-tiael. lie began by testifying as to the conduct of Peter McticcliHii, tho Philudclpbian. Conway said Mclieehun (old him that hi) came West under order from tho chair man of tho I'.xeculivo Committee of the Cliiii-un tiael. Ilo saw Mciitsdiun in the company ot Cnpt. Ijiwrenee lluckley, of the t hlcago Chin liu-d.iel (iinrds, and heard Die former aiy that lr. Croniu and hr. Mcl'nhey dew-rve.1 to die. Witness further staled that he was present at a meeting ol Camp No. 21, Cl.ui-nu-Ciuel, illicit the question ol the resolution re gretting the death oi I'r. Croaiu wx being discussed. A iii.iu,.foliu Mms, who baas store on West Ijile sliecl, sav he was agaiu.il p.isdng Iho retilutioiis, but crhap the executivo coinoiiiii-o had siillic.eii'. pro. if to show that I'r. Crouin was a Riitisli sjiy, uud had a rnrhl to remove him. "hi c.ise Crouin was I'.ri.Uh spy, bad the execiilivo coinmilteo any right lo re move iiiin'.'" anked Foremaii CliUdlell. "There is nothing lu the (.''.institution to that I'lfai't," evasively answered the U-. lies. I'uiiick Milany, a friend of IV. Cro nin. I.vlilled as lo what I'r. Croniu Imd told it i its in regard to the I'lv.-Migalloii by (omnillle of lite ( lan tlil-lisei at I'lifl ilo, ol i lisrgr Ihst AUxmider .kulli van Imd uppi ipr,aled binds ol ibe ( 'lau lu his nil n use while a member of lb" lixecu live I'nKird of "Tr anglo." Mciiurry a-iid that Croniu inforiui-d him that the charge were not unly ol m .iipproi nation oi Inn Is, but lh.it the " 1 ii.mg!n'' luul aunt men lo their death and to llrilish priaou. Iho wiiueta cciild not uin.inU-r the i jict a nit ol money lion. tinned by I ronin, but il approkiiiiHled a hail iiullioii Uo'lirs. iho aline.-a then told of Ins vi.it ti Toronto after Cumin's deathulid the leniillol luterviens h iili Renirier huig. Ths Intl. r at lirst denied having S"iil Ihu misleading ilis pali his.biit sulos-qiieiilly said lliul hit hud M ill a sl.ileiueiii of die l.u ls lo 1 rank N aiilnu, ol this lily. ronin s ai l to the witness, idler the Hull, do Investigation, lh.lt ll he wern murdered II Would 1st at Alcxaudt r Sullivan's in. ligation. Ctoniti slso said that lie- hie ol I'r. McCahcy, of Philadelphia, who J tiii'd Cromn in re porting agini"! llloan si Ihu Ihillalo in vesiig.ilioii, wns uImi in danger, and that sn ullcmpl bad b en m.ido to decoy him sway. Michael P.trry t. stilled that Lr. Cronio t-ild huu alsnil o years ago, and many tunes suns, then, that detectives were watching him with a view of s.vuring amiie ovideinii I ruin Ins character and that, III deUilll ol Is-ing able to do this, he would 1st murdered. lilies said be asked Crouin alio In enemy aaaaud he h pi e I lh.it Alexander Sulhvau wo the Ulllll. P. I). Piillivau, Cott blin and Woodruff were srritigne I li (ore Julgo Williamson to-lay on a new ludicum ut, which was an uieiidmelil to t!.u Ihst one found, the cluing. i In-illg Iho addition of Ihu words "and others unknown" lo the names of Iho three lie u. Ail pleaded Hot guilt, 'realn' liiraall al aalllvaa. Clin mo, III., J ii no 5. A coriraponJ cut of tho New York rr iM telegraph the following iuterview with a prorniuont Chicago ui.-rdiant lo his paper, "lly Uie way, I'r. Crouin' piiisu.t ol Mr. Sullivan was uinva-ing and syalematic At first tho ho.tur had few adherents, btitgradu ully ho won his wav, until now what you might rail the Croiuu men of Hi Clan-u.v liael uutnutiilsir the Alexander Sullivan-III-. Ihil the latter leader had been twenty yeans in Chicago, and had devo'.ed all his ability In elrongthcuiug him ell In cvety luiiiiicipal doartnient. Alexander Nilhvan had iho power and the hillticiicc, tho ollii-ers, so to siK-ak, but Crouin had the rank aud Cle. Mr. bulli van is a rest chun hman. lie is a great 'Jiner.' Croniu lol lowed suit. I very religious society, big or little, that Sullivan was in, llieiP, Pm). was Crouin. When at a camp ims-liug If the I 'octor heard that Sullivan was al another in vhng Cronin would hortilv adloiirii the ranin mecling ovit which (ii presided sud hurry oil to ihrckmato Sullivan. Al a momorable church lair held in the very armory in wmcll tlio UlUMere-l l rouiu s n'mio. dually lay iu st.i'e, hullivau'iaame wa up to Ui allottid lor as th lav into orator, Irishman or something ol tliut kind. Cro uin quietly orgitiiied a coup d'etat, aud More Sullivan's adherent wore aw.ifo ot it suddenly rau their leader's uiuio away down the list uuJ gave the priae to eouio bodyeli." , , TliU I tbo meaning of the paeane I telegraphed you but week, and which tbo JrniJ hud exclusively, (torn Croniu' note of tbo trial below Iho V. li Com mittce In I'.uiUo, where Sullivn com plained that Crouin wa hi onemy an 1 Lad sliiiji puxsuci him 4l UUeiaca.