PL00DS IN THE SOUTH. H o-'i Water is Still Causing. Much Un-easiness Un-easiness in Mississippi. , U a tremendous crush the leroo j ' i nlles soM, of (lipeinillo, Miss., Kl ' ny t 11 (i clock I'rltlny, nnd i- 'i iuuiitltlcs or water nro now I1 I'm through a 300-foot ciovasse. 1 ' ' ll Hooding the most fertile land li Un- Rient Ynioo delta. Major Sears, 1,1 1'Kige of the government engl- - ollice nt this point, says It Is " oist hrptik ever expriletu'cd on "' Mississippi Hide, and ho ststes "i.c the whole deltn from Greenville " Vliksliiirg will be flooded, This Is In lirst bienk reported on tho Mis-"'i'i' Mis-"'i'i' sldi during the prusent high v l, - V New Orleans dispatch says In-lei In-lei est in the Mood situation there con-If- in tho break nt Hymelln, forty finite nbovo thu city, and the dlsas-tuui-- crevasse reported south of (ii' nvllle. Cotton men felt especial-1 especial-1 ' ont-erned with lespect to the lnttcr, While this break doubtless will cattso k fall in the river In Die vicinity of (lifi'iivllle and for a considerable distant dis-tant e south, the water which goes through must Inevitably return to the Mississippi through tbe Yazoo, thus prolonging the period of high wnter "otiUt of that point. The crevasso Is In the heart of one of the i Idlest sugar tllstrlcts In Louisiana Louisi-ana If It should get beyond control ninnv valuable plantations doubtless will be covered wtlh wnter In a fow tlas. The Te.ns Pacific and South Pacific roads have not thus far been affei ted, but trouble Is likely to occur If the cievnsen' is not closed. It Is ex-petted ex-petted at the Illinois Central ofllca that through Unfile over the Mississippi Missis-sippi valley load will be suspended as a result of the disaster The belief that the high water levee was cut In order to relieve other sections Is itrong nuil any attempt to lepeat thu ftctlon ls likely to bo followed by bloodshed.