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Permanent located ta iMveiiport. low.
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VimS OF A DAM BREAK LOOSE,
sb WbU vaaty
Kwsk baa tike Taney
. WamXMlty mm Make It tJaplisiaat In
Mm Waal-sals B-latsl. Caaav, Iaaadstsd
aad Mad. Paaaaga Daaa TTnawahawt tha
tato ta BaOwawa aad Bridges Bsjt Oaa
Uis Last rar as Kas-wm.
Sbutol, Conn., March a The greatest
Biod In the history of Bristol swept down
tba Peqoaback valley yasterday morninic
tpraadlnc rain and desolation on every
nd. The town of Bristol was a heavy
sufferer daring the storm of a tew weeks
ago whan six men laat their Uvea, but tha
waste of waters before daylight yesterday
morning eclipses all previous records.
The heavy rain and melting snow on the
mountains swelled the basin of the old
Copper Mine dam in Whirasvillo, the
northern Section of this town, until It
burst, tearing a hole 100 feet wide in the
granite masonry aad letting a volume of
water covering seventy-five acres, and
forty feet high, into the river below, which
itself was a roaring torrent. The break
occurred about 9 o'clock.
Coaaaa Dm the Valley with, a Baas.
The great body of water tore down the
valley with a roar that waa heard above
the noise of the storm for miles away.
For the first two miles there wore no
buildings near the liver, and the water
poured out on the marshes and plains.
At TorestviUe, four miles below, people
living near the river were obliged to
abandon their residences, as the water
broke Into the lower stories before the In
mates were out of bed. The roar of the
flood aroused families for miles around,
and many people whose houses the flood
had not reached packed up what effects
they oould in anticipation of being sum
marily evicted. The highway bridges on
nearly all roads crossing the Peqoaback
were swept away. Ten in all have gone
out and others are badly damaged. The
streets of Bristol and the village of For
estvtlle were badly washed in many places.
Flooded the Tawa of Bristol.
The lower stories of dozens of houses
were covered with water all the morning
and much property in the cellars waa
rained. The Now England roadbed waa
undermined in many places and wreck
ing crews have been at work all day. The
Bristol Brass and Coke company's fac
tory was flooded, the water at the dam
gorging a channel forty feet wide and
twelve feet deep. The highway bridge at
Forestville Centre sagged several feet and
is in an impassable condition. It is esti
mated that the town of Bristol will lose
from t50,0UO to 75,00li by damage to the
Midges ana roads.
Csasral Threat-heat the Btata,
A dispatch from Hartford says that this
town waa not alone in the damp destruc
tion. The rain storm of Saturday. Satur
day night and yesterday caused the great
eat damage to property throughout tha
state known In twenty years. Many seri
ous accidents, washouts and wrecks are
reported. The Connecticut river is swol
len until it has reached a point three
times greater than its normal propor
tions. The big iron bridge at Middletown
was in great danger all the afternoon and
a portion of the false work was swept
away, out tne main structure Is stlu In
st. The storm in Wlntted and other
aectlona of Litchfield county waa very se
vere. The loss in Litchfield county alone
is estimated at nearly 100,000. At Brook
lyn a well known mill owner lost his lifo
and several accidents are are reported
from many sections.
MEW YORK ALSO TEST WET.
Kala Kalssa the Floods aad Iaaadatee
Collars aad Destroys Brides,
New York, March 2. The warm and
almost continuous rain of Saturday, Sat
urday night and yesterday throughout
Newlork state served to brina the frost
oak of the ground, break up the ice in the
Hudson and smaller streams, and do con
siderable damage to property by flooding
cellars and carrying away bridges. Traf
fic on many railroads has been seriously
delayed by washouts and in a number of
cities street car service has been entirely
suspended on account of high water. Very
little if any damage was sustained in this
city. The ice in the North and East rivers
and Now York barber has about all dis
At Saratoga cellars , were filled with
water and the streets badly flooded. Three
dams at ScbuylervUla and all the bridges
between Balston Spa and Bock City
Falls were carried away. At Whitehall
the water ia Wood creek is higher than it
has been for the past twenty years. The
large flume of the Cbamplain silk mills
baa been swept away, and over 9UU men
will be thrown out of work until the dam
age can be repaired.
The damage to property in Whitehall
alone wUl exceed faO,UW. , At Amsterdam
much damage waa done to mills and
buildings by the overflowing of the Chuc
tanau, a creak. The Mohawk river is very
high and has overflowed Its banks In the
lowlands, doing considerable damage in
the vicinity of londa. At Hudson the
docks are under water and considerable
damage baa resulted to cotton in
Dabairad (rasa tha Mails.
Washington, March a Poatmaater
General Wilson has Issued a batch of lot
tery orders against the Pan-American In
vestment oampanr and , the American
Coupon Investment company, operating
a. T.L - - i i mr -.t.
- uiiwmi wni . n vIiy,
nan.; rort smith, ate, and, Ki Paso,
Tea.- The concern roadueta a bond in
vestment eebeme held to be a lottery. A
number of its officers are also Included in
tne orders. . ..
Mar a Beltway Bala Casa.
MiLWAusit, March -Ab appeal from
the order of sal of tha Green Bay, Winona
aad St. Paul road baa been taken by W. 8
Mowray, representing the first mortgage
hoadhoidsrs. a stay of prooaedlno has
been granted pending tba appeal. It will
require from thirty to sixty days before
uw court oc appeals can take up the
gOCTiMuosmu Conn, March a
lionise Tiebbe, years aid, waa
ta death by CaaHadlen, a
IP swat af aaw. emDlorad bv a
Stater ef the aaauwalwe woaaaa. . A mas,
was wirlsty in iov with th tromaa
bb n9n fcst raftajal to marr ccia-atv4&at4kc.-
BALTIMORE AND . OHIO
n tlraal Bsdlway wjiiiss.Ti
Ma Bahta, Ms
Baltimore, March 2. The Baltimore
and Ohio Railway company, one of the
oat extensive transportation
ia the United State, and wnttt
tly one of the most wnUabl. has
oonf eased its insolvency and gone Into tha
hand of receivers. John K. Cowea, it
president, and Oscar G. Murray, Its third
vice-president, will hereafter operate it
for the banefl of the creditors aad bond
holders, uade the direction of th United
States court. - This action waa taken after
prolonged strand aaainst the inevit
able, and was the immediate result of the
failure of the directors to negotiate loans
to provide for interest and other payments
due and about to become due.
For several Years, however, th road has
been losing money, and while the col
lapse, eoming at thta time, waa a surprise
to many, bat few believed that it could be
averted much longer. Since the last regu
lar meeting of the directors two weeks
ago Major Alexander Shaw, chairman of
the finance committee, and President
Co wen have spent a great deal of time in
New York endeavoring to borrow enough
money to provide for a large floating debt
and payment of Interest amounting to
KJO.O0O, failing due today. The Baltimore
and Ohio system Includes 2,065 miles of
railway, extending Into all parts of th
country east of the Mississippi river.
it waa one of the first railways built In
the United States, and for many years
war considered the most reliable and
profitable, and Its securities were looked
upon as gllv-edged. Its stocks and bonds
are largely held for investment purposes
in this city, where the receivership is
looked upon aa almost a publie calamity.
Johns Hopkin universitrs is one of the
largest holders of its orcf erred stock, and
the loss of revenue from that source will
be keenly felt by the institution.
The stock of the company is 10.000.000
divided aa follows: First preferred.
13,000,000; second preferred, J,000,000;
common and scrip, 125,000,000. Its bonded
inueotedness according to Poors manual
for 18U6 is 170,000,000, and its floating debt
Is thought to be between 10,000,000 and
113,000,000. it owns and leaaes twenty-
nine ainerent roads in Maryland. Penn
sylvania, Ohio and Ulinola. It charter
waa granted in 1827, and eome of the
greatest historical events of the present
century have centered about it, notably
the military riots at Camden station in
this city in the early part of the late re
bellion, at which time the federal troona
on their way to the south were mobbed
and great loas of life ensued.
"THE RESULT WAS A LYNCHING,"
'est So; tha Basalt Tory rreqaeatly Ia a
New Oulians, March a Paul Francis
and Gilbert Francis were lynched at an
early hour in the morning in front of the
court house at Convent, La., St. James
parish. The two men, who, although
they bear the same name, are no relation.
attempted to enter the store and residence
of M. Gourges a few night ago. Gourges
heard the burglars at his front door and
went down stairs. In the strnsrsle that
ensued Gourges was disarmed of the pistol
ne carried and knocked down by a blow
which rondored him insensible, i
Mrs. Gourges bearing the rumpus came
to his assistance, when she was seized by
the burglars, dragsed into the yard and
outraged there. Next day the men were
arrested and locked up In Jail. After
wuing various scones ana accusing a
number of other participants in the crime.
Paul Francis acknowledged that he and
Gilbert alone were guilty. The result
waa a lynching.
MARINE BAD LUCK AT GOTHAM.
Three Staaasshlpa Com to Grief la a Fag
TIM Baeagh ta Cat,
New York, March a Saturday waa
day of disasters about New York harbor.
For nearly forty-eight hours a dense fog
had hung over the greater New York dis
trict and made navigation almost impos
sible. Three steamships have coins to
grief owing to the mists that have spread
over the waters hereabouts, but fortunate
ly none of the accidents have been attend
ed by loss of life. The steamship Allsa,
bound for the West Indies, was sunk bv
collision in the Narrows with the Atlantic
liner Bourgogne. A few minutes after
being struck the Ailsa went to the bot
tom and her parsengers had an almost
The American line steamship New York
is agrouna in tne lower bay, and though
her passengers were landed the vessel
may remain on the ehoat where aha now
is imprisoned (or several days.
The Old Dominion line steamship
r a . . . . ...
uujsaaoiw, wmie passing in through the
narrows, struck the steatnshio Gears W.
Clyde. The collision tore a hole of such
dimensions in the Clyde that aha had to
be beached to prevent sinkina-.
Latkb. The New York came off at 8:90
X esterday morning and steamed at once to
her dock In this city. Fortunately the
weatner provea most favorable and aided
materially in Boating the ship.
'aha Cmolllox Eaa
Kansas City, March 2. The board of
directors of the Kansas City Jockey club
oaa uispusea oi tne Mrown-C re veiling scan
dal at a recent meeting. "Curly" Brown,
wno aa a atarter at the Exposition track,
charged that Judge Clem Gravelling of
fered to pay him 11.000 to favor a-atala
horses at the post, was ruled off the track
for making charges which he could not
sunstantiate. travelling was exonerated.
It was these charges which led to the re
cent personal encounter between Brown
ana travelling at sc. Louis.
Files a BUI ia Cewrt,
PITTBUBQ, March a Simon Burns.
who was deposed from the presidency of
i a. sw (window glass workers), has
flled a bill In equity against the offloers of
tne assembly ia which be asks that th
said, defendants be srnetnallv onioinad
from interfering with the plaintiff in th
enjoyment of his rights and privileges ss
soemoer ana president of the sat assem
bly, and that tha resolution or motion
parporting toexpri th said plaintiff from
office be declared null and void. Th
court teak tha papers.
WAsawoTos, March a Th house
bill authorising the govara-
lof Arixonato lease the
lands af th territory for achool purposes,
th piaahlsul'a vuto ta ouuUary BotwUh-
staadiBg ISS to IB all the Hepunuoans
aaa as Aisiusuisis voang tor vae aw.
Tha nay wot was entirely
Tha ptasidsnfs objecttoaa
bui dkt sue aeuasily aalWgoard the Iibms
gad tha ttW. TJss 7
was daTs4 to t-ssct-U;v appropr
noa Wibaux lpsrniil aff aaa, . .
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PERE MARQUETTE'S STATUE
Vaveflcd by the Artist aad tha Wlesaawta
spreeealallse tllea SttU Meatus.
Wash hhjtok, March i To avert any
trouble over th unveiling of the Mar
quette ataSoa la the Capitol, which has
aroused antazonisnv from the A. P. A.,
the covering wa removed from the statue
yesterday and will not be replaoad. Jnds
I. W. Lossy, of Wisconsin, and Sen or
Trantanove, th sculptor, went to She
ispltol and took tha wrappings from th
statue. No arranremente for a formal
unveiling had been made, and Jadgo
Loser, who represents the state of Wis
consin, which Is the donor, concluded
that the ceremony might be dipensed
with. After a demonstration by a crank
It was (eared that a public gathering
about the atatus might be attended by
soma unpleasant incident. The crank
was arrested after being heard to say that
he would, if he could, make debris of the
The law on the subject of niacins? stat
ues in Statuary hall provide that such
statues shall be of "deceased persons who
nave oeen citizens thereof I the state offer
ing the statue! and illustrious for their
aistinguished civic or military services.
Acting upon this Linton of Michigan
has introduced a resolution to have the
statue taken from th Capitol and re
turned to its donors, on the grounds that
Marquette was never a citizen of any state
in tne unitea states, and that tt repre
sent Marquette entirely in his eccle
siastical character In the garb of a Jesuit
priest and with a crucifix, and that the
inscription has after the name the letters
B. J. society of Jesus.
THE ASSASSIN'S NAME WAS WRIGHT.
Madmaa Who Tried to Shoot t M. Smith
t neath, hat raited.
J effebsoh, Wis., March 2. The man who
attempted to assassinate L. M Smith and
afterward cremated himself In the factory
was John Wright, who hsd been In the
employ of the Western Chair company
until a few days ago, when he was laid off
oecausa there waa no work in his branch.
His body, burned beyond recognition, has
been taken ont of the ruins. Nothing but
the trunk and a portion of one lea re
mained, but the man waa identified by a
revolver wnion ex-snerin lire bo, of i ort
Atkinson, bad given to Wright when he
went out or orrJce.
Smith also said that it was Wright who
fired the shots at him. It is supposed that
the man had gone insane over hie being
out of work. Wright waa about 4 years
oia, ana leaves a widow and two children.
The theory of his Insanity is th mora
reaaiiy entertained as his mother died in
an Insane asylum about ten years ago.
omitn is resting comfortably at his home
ana there is no apprehension of a fatal
latursaate Ceaaaaasea law Uphold.
Chicago, March a Walter Wellman,
the Times- Herald's Washington corre
spondent, telegraphs that paper that the
Supreme court will today hand down a
decision in the interstate commerce act,
declaring that rates must be equal and
that witnesses must answer questions o
go to jau. - -
Before Bismarck reconstructed the
map of Europe, and made a united Ger
many, a doaen little principalities used
to annoy travelers by retaining tbem at
their frontiers until tbeybad satisfied
tba custom bouse demands.
A Yankee once had bis carriage stop
ped at the frontier of a petfy prince's
country. , The berr ober-controleur at
the custom house came forward, and,
much to his indignation, was received
In a nonchalant way. Tha Yankee was
ttngentlemanly enough not to get ont of
tne carriage, nor even take off bis bat
The heir ober sharply demanded the
keys of the tourist's franks, which his
subordinate began handling roughly.
' "Here, hands off!" snouted the Van
kee. "1 didn't come4 from the United
States of America to be controlled by
yon. Put those trtmka back. Ill not go
through you st slL I'll turn back. I'm
tn no hurry, and don't mind losing a
few hours. You're no country, you're
only a spot. I'll go round yon." And be
did. Strand Magazine.
Ia' Ua WKh tha Beats.
"He's one 6f those self acting elerks.'
laid the proprietor of the little gnnsbop
tn speaking of the young man who bad
quit his employ. '
"How is that?" asked the patron.
"He discharges himself. ' 'Chicago
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where thia lady did.
at lading health, after)
a loag ordeal of saacr
taa aad esaeasc. caa he
Taoosaada have foaad it I
IcaeorrlKra, uterratioa, dlsplacesseota.
incgvlaritwa, afflict over half the aex.
These mnedk-e relieve ta six boors aad
earc qwieklv.' Wild Olive a local rraie
dy and Myrtle TonJc-coostitntioaal.
Dtaeaaea of women baffle taeet physMaaeJ
u uo iracujr caa Bap, Bfti titsiswai is
theec limiiliislsiliiicoa care thisaaclsia
at home. Cfaicaly, awrely, cheaply.
DMereatfrom afi others. Perfectly haYav-
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: 1 South Dawn. Inn.
Mas. IL J. BAiourr. Afent,
1U Thirty -sersntli St.. Twelfth are.
TE TBAYtLKRy QUIDR.
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g""'! TVSils taaos porthsoat or hag.
evar Usauaa jtf.os.
tyaaaas MiaaeapeUs Bx..
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aoco asisaoatBiaart Aasesi.
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m' wmooouv TBMwaaaa iss.
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L.fVSi I" walch will leave lor Chica
ge at asm a. st. Boaeay.
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wJ-aaahwiaveaaa aM Mxteaath
We are showing' our
Usual line of fine
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Fralgat and Acooamodat'a. TW aai taotsa
Daily sxcopt gsaosy.
Rock Islabd Pioia Baxlwat
t uvt Avaaa aad Twentieth street,
a. L. Qog. sgBau
T-Ala. Jduva Aaarva .
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rsotlaaBtLoulsBaUa. SSaat S:4Spa.
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Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Bailable Goods at
1507 SEOOHD ATraSTJat
Tc::ty-Flrit Stmt lt'J::i
Fine Residence Lots tn this
- addition For Sale on
This addition Is located be
tween Twentieth aad Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly every lot ia it bas
upon it a fine walnut, elm,
hack berry, or other large
tree, aad is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are ia the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for rssi
deaoe purpose of any lots ia
the city. Apply to
. If. If. STUBGEON,
U, XZidtll A aaTBi C0CP
ras-enfer traiaa leave X, B. L P. (Bolls
yeaae) iUpot ts ft) artaates aarller Uaa Maw
Sivea, Traiaa atarkad daily, all ether trait
" horlhara Balhsa. aaasi
Meet, Darsaaart, im.
est af Brady
Datamini i Trstaa. Lbavb aaarva
" -- M :SS mm bl:St ass
Fsatght. bras is teSsaa
WaatUoartr Traias Wona. thomU ."
Fsasoagsv. M:ISaai blSBBai
al0:0pai at :l test
. . hTdftssi
oTSlsht MtSsbw. bll:Shwa
all:. pea htSasi
a Daily, auauy sxeept Baiiasr. ruaisg aerth.
MobTlwath aad aaaC Bo. IS rBaaiilaiia
Oadar aapUs aad Wast Ubsity.
PASSEIIGEB SEB VICE
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
caia r Depot
Lv koca islsad
TweaUeth st Dsaat
Ar iMytoa.. .........
Ar Onlositss. ,
Ar Jathasa vllle..
jjaasa, laaBlati fresh bisb
aattai-Tah te (
riallif CBIavsaa. sflfflii.
OsKla-atawaers yay tnr core fed ess si
8,tste;caws sad isilsis, elscaMHc; aarfaa,
Sasss I ait.
a - "
Baths of all kinds, laeladlaf
Tarkiah, plala, shampoo, alec
trie, alactro-tharmal, eta,, aay
be obtained at the Saaitarlam
.Bath Booms, oa the lrst floor of
the Ixarpar Hoaae.
for Ladles from a. at, to
IS au oa week days For Gea
tlsBMa From la m. to 10 p.m
oa weak aays Ob Saadays aha
rooms wtu be opea I
to 11 a. m. for GaatlaBssi cmlv.
Baeario r1 lliitrn thmmsi
baths may be obtalaed at aay
time dBtiaf . IwjslaaBs hoars.
1 Witt last:
. n. tx pniGGs.
ASD EOtTSSlS TO B3EST.
Oaea 1CS feetavi Are., Book Island.
Ftll iSI Vmrnt aa. m a.
11 Soast Sod hn. -m eats.
- aaotas af asaasaav aa ta alts Sat
Ar f sail ills.
msau I St pat
BOOB ISLABB TO ST. LOUIS.
TraiB leering Bock Island at 8: 00
a. ta. oarriaa through coach to St.
Louis, passing through Pekia, Uar
aaa, Bpriagfield and Litchfield.
Linos east of Peoria carry throarh
eoaehes aad sleeping cars oa aifhl
traiaa to principle cities.
Gea. Ticket Agwat.
Jotiii Voile 9c Co,
COTJE3 1-1: i J?
Saah, Doors aid Riads,
Aa4 all kiaa of
WecalwetB tor Banders
IsttltAasL Isaatfcaadatfe svs