Louis Pettyjohn rescued
obtainable. TO THE RESCUE. Mysterious Cries for Help From the Chwsk Banks of Mill Creek. i ,' Peoplo living in tho vicinity of tlio High, street brldgo wcro oxclted and nlnrruod last evening by tho sound ot calls for help issuing from the bushy bank ot tho creek we.it of the bridge, Th housewives ot tho neighborhood gathered on tho brldgo and presently O. L. Watt, armed with a hatchot, and a JouitxAi- reporter, unarmed, went to tho resctio, undor supervision of Col. T. B, Wnit who Btnyed on tlio bridge. Tho rescue party found Louis Petty-John Petty-John lying in a very uncomfortablo position position bcaido tlio rocky path which leads from High to Liberty street. He had lost his bnlanco on n steep placo raodtt slippery by tho rain, and foil in such a way as to bo unablo to rise, his tgo, and other conditions being against him. Fortunately hu was not hurt and being being placed on his feet nnd assisted to level ground proceeded on his way.