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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               vni. NO. ANAVALANCHEOFWAlER Forty Persons Swept to Death at Prescott, Ariz. IT WAS LIKE JOHNSTOWiVb FLOOD Two Dams Burst, Hurling the Water from a Gigantic Reservoir luto the Haifttayampa Hirer A Valley Suddenly Trangfoiraed Into a Roaring Torrent. PRKRCOII, Ariz., Feb darm of the Waluut Grove Water Storage company, together with new flume, fifteen miles long, were washed out at 2 o'clock Sunday moiiimg, Foi ty persons are known to hare lost their lives, and the property on which the company spent is com- pletely wrecked Great fears are enter- tained for the safety of the town of Wick enburg, situated on the river thirty miles below the dam ____ Partial List of the Dead Among those Inowu to have been drowned are H Boone and two daughters J Haincs, wife Mid four children. Mrs McCarthy, wife of a laborer a McMiller, laborer Joseph Reynolds, laborer John Silby, foreman of the flume gang Like the Johnstown Disaster The which formed the reservoir wai 110 feet long at base, 410 at the top, and was 120 feet high, the lake formed by it being two and a half miles long by three-quarters of a mile wide and 110 test ckep Recent heavy rnin and snow storms had caused the tributary to the reservoir to over flow their banks, and the null of water was BO great that an immense figure was torn about midway of the first and smaller ot the two dams. The fissure formed an outlet for the water m the reservoir, which was hurlod up against the second rlnm with a momen turn nothing could resist. The great wall of masonry fell away before the rushing tor rent the waters spread over the valley, carrying death nnd destruction with them An Avalanehe of W ater The men-who worked on the Water com pany's flume had no thought of danger mid were sleeping quietly in their camps when the damn burst with a noise like the simul teneous explosion of a thousand cannons, the water was upon them Overwhelmed by AVftlnnphp nf water thpy wpro Rwppt away to death. The names of the workmen who lost their lives in this way cannot be uutirthe roH uf tup ujuipnnj s em ployes is called. The damn were built across the Hassa yampa river by the supply company two years ago Unusual care was taken in their connli uction and when completed they were considered strong enough to withstand the severest strain What wan Wlokenburg's Fate? Wickenbnrg is thirty miles Jbelow Pros cott, on the Hassayampa, and the flood probably struck that place in less than an hour and a hnlf after the dam burst Mes sengers mounted on fast horcoa were hurried out in the direction of the doomed town, but it is hardly possible that they could have reached the place before the flood, as they were compelled to make a wide detour to escape the raging waters themmlves. None of theoe messengers have since return ed, und it is possible that in order to reach the endangered town some of them have chowm the nearnar route and boon caught In the flood. Unless the people of Wicken- bnrg received some warning of the impend ing danger, the loss of life to be reported from there will be appalling, as the town is situated right upon the bank of the river Meagre Detail! from wlckenburg. Another dispatch says. "The number of people drowued at Wiokenburg by the buistlngof the across the Hissayampa river, near here, is not definitely known A number of honeps were certainly carried away, and many were .drowned, but owing to the lack of .telegi aphic communication the result of the disaster cannot be as certnmed. The ominous rush of water from the broken dam gave a warning to the people of the valley that many took ad- vantage of and had time to escape Rain had been falling heavily for several days past, and the dam was split from top to bottom by the force of the waters. It is thought that the number drowned is very gi eat. The property loss is im mange." Dae to Criminal Carelessness. SAJ. FRANCISCO, Feb. Engineer Luther Wagner has given some details of the con- alrucuon of the great storage dam. across hassayampa river, which show that disaster, like that at Johnatowu, Pa., was, according to him, due to the carelessness and meanness of the New York corporation that built it Wagner was called in to report on the dam about eighteen months ago It was to have been faced with stone fourteen feet thick at the base and four feet at the top, and filled with loose rock and marin water tight with wooden sheathing. It was about half done when VVsguer Inspected it, and he found the stone boon filled in carelessly and was high in thn center, making the structure unstable The junction of sheath- i ig and bed iook was intended to be secured by thicjc layers of Fortland cement, w ork was not well done because of the cost of getting cement to the Ihe Engineer's waging Unbended. f bus a dangeYuiu crevice was formed at the base of the dam and leakage was heavy, b  nt n" iirtmf certain it it r I r Hone hnl- the i Inwiii of Ale, Brown I -it TKKNTON, MONDAY AKTKKNOON, FWKKUAKY 24. 1890. A FRIGHTFUL RUNAWAY Two Beautiful fitili Leap troiu Cur rlage to 1 heir Death NKWAHK N J, Feb. Iwfojce 2 o clock on Saturday afternoon lust Alar E Carrie E and Lottie lylei dnu 1 i of Mis Chailea H Tylei avuik 1 in u selves of an offer by their man IP 1 si tt i Mrs B C Faitoute, who lives at No 11 Stone street, Newark, rido the Newark suburbs Mr aud I aitc ut sent their carriage around to the T} It i le dence foi the use of the ladies I was a two seated Surrey and was di iveu b Henry Alfei is a colored coachman Twool the Tyler y E wh was about JO years old, and Carrie E 8 u four years younger and who was in i overj the member of the fain l> weie school t acheib All three of the si ters were pretty, atti active and ac 01 phfahed young women the center of a tai cncle of friends and univeibally popuUi among their acquaintances. The coachman directed to t jrn th heads of his pair of bpiri'e 1 bl C4 the direction of Miz tbeth Mai} j u i3au le sat tog thcr on the reii seat ot t i burrey, and Lottie sat alongside tho co tt h man The sisters weie lu tho best of sp is The carriage turned from Broad btr LI mt trelmghuybonavenue aveiley was jiu SCR and Enzjbeth wasuot fai distant Ihewiv was direct, and the smooth, uiac adan z thoroughfare stretched out fan and mvi ill] lu the distance On the grounds adjoining hotel, a well known road house near U avt r ley, a pigeon bhoot under tho auspices of tin East End Gun club of E izabeth w is n progiess. As the carriage pascdagunie portiaug out and a wounded pigeon tlut tend into the road and fell at the fto ol tho glai tied hoi ses Tney reared aud pluug d ternlicallv, and before the coachman coulu get thorn under control had taken the b t between their teeth and weie tearing dowi the avenue at a breakneck pace Ihe young ladles lost their presence o mind Alaiy and Carrie Tyler flung them selves head ong from thecaiiiag on eitli i side to the hard i oad bed. Thei e they lay senseless A moment or two later Lotti 1 y ler jumped from her seat beside the di .ver bhe fell on her side but escaped with a few bruitos aud a severe shock A little dist in e further on the coachman regained the con trol of his frightened horses, aud turning them around drove back to where Mai} and Can le Tyler were lying 8evei al people hurried to the spot an with thoir assistance the two young woinui were lifted into the carriage aud taken tc Trow bridge s They were placed upon beds and aoiiejocugcr was dupatehod, post hajt to Luzibeth for the services of a physician Di James A Green responded but w hen ho arrived Miss Maiy lylei was dead Miss Carrie lyler died about 7 o clock 1 ho skulls of both the women were fractui ed and neither of them regained consciousness utter the accident A Much BlarrlMl Journalist Bufj-Aio N Rus sell, managing editor of a real estate papei her has eloped with the wife of George H fmg, a prominent and wealthy ciothing merchant of this city Russell is an En glishman and came to this city about three >eaisago He lived with a young English n oman until the arrival of his wife aud child from Toronto unwillingly ack owledged them, but two months later he v as arrested on a charge of non-support and sent to lail Mrs King, present parumnur, succeeded in getting him out when arrangements for flight were at once begun Russell has a wife in England be sides the one in this city, and another some where else The eloping pair are thought tr be in Cleveland Fatal Fire on a Canal Boat. NEW YORK, Feb in the cabin of the canal boat A C Chandler, lying at the foot of West Sixty first street, severely burned five one of whom died The fire was caused by the explosion of a lamp, and the family of Capt Daily, sleeping in the cabin, were not aroused until the fire had gained considerable headway Mrs Daily made heroic efforts to save her chil dren and i eceived severe bums. The young ebt child, Denis, w as the last to be removed, and he was so badly burned that his life could not be saved The damage to the boat is about Absconder Walton Under Arrest H CHICAGO, Feb 24 night Ffed A Walton, the clerk of the Pacific Fipress company, who absconded from Dallna, on Feb 2, was arrested by an officer of the Pinkerton National Detective agency at St Johns, N B and of the stolen found on him Waltou took capture veij philosophically, and the officers intend keeping him in Canada a little while to leaiii, if possible, the whereabouts of a gambler named Laird, who traveled through Canada with Walton who is supposed to have secured a large poi lion of the stolen money walked IB Dying Man a Block. RICHMOND, Va Feb young Congo named Annie Taylor, found an ac quaintance named Jim Bradley, in the room of Folly White at t! o'clock, and plunged a dagger into his breast. After committing the deed she dragged him dowu stairs and walked him a block, followed by her rival By this time the dying man was too far gone to pi oceed further, and fell at a street coi uer dead. Both women are under arrest Each claims that the other did the killing Fatally Hounded the Jlrlclo. CLINTON, Mo, Feb Fink and EfBe Wilson, of this county, werejnar- ried Thursday The night following a party of hoodlums gathered for a charivari One of the pal Charles DJSS, fired into the house, severely wounding the bride Doss disappeared, nnd the officers are now on hit track The feeling against him is intense, and precautions are being taken to prevent violence when he is returned a prisoner. FOUR IIMES A MURDERER. Rodolphe Du Bois Butchers His Entire Family HAtKrU 10 DtAIH AN AX The Interference of an Amazon Mother lu Caused the She Fell First and Mrs and Her Twc Children ueie Then IJUpatched fix ANNL DE i A PERADF Que Feb 34 One of tlit mflst atrocious crimes in the cal endm was committed in thu village of bt All in when Rodolpho Du Boi niui Jeu I li 3 wife, his mothci m law and his two children Die Cause of the Crime B )is for some unit, bus been on b id terms itli bis mothei in law who bas beon living with him for several and quar rels between them wei e fi W bou family was getting ready foi dinner Du Bois made some slighting remark about In cool ing Mrs Olymphe Thibealt thf mother in law, flew into a passion and told him to get out of the house if he didn t liki it at the same time threatening him with n fiatiron Bois rushed out of the ho use nnd did not return for a couple of bouts He had gone to i he grocery and bought a quart of white whiiky Then he went to tho barn and stayed there until he had drunk his pur- chase An Amazon Motber-ln Law Mad with the fumes of liquor he returned to the house, brandished tho empty bottle about his bead and said he would be m his own house His wifp Majy fled into the 3 ard in terror but tho r in-law, who I ad been used to th n ixlibi tions of temper, and who althou h over 00 years of age, was a remarkably powei f u woman atti uipted to take the bottle fioin him Hacked In I vo stood this lout enough! he shouted and the old la ly on the head Htr ici tarns b on0ht the wife back into the house an 1 she saw her husband pounding her mothei a head with an Forgetting her own danger sho rushed in to save tbi moth r and nas struck down herself with o fearful gash in the head infuiiaUd husband dehbeiately be- gan to his mother m-law s body In pipr-ps Thpn hn "ent upstairs, hero 1 h 4-months old baby was m the cradle The baby was almost decapitated, besides hav tng ci uel cuts all over the body His Fourth Falls Du Bois's thirst for blood was not jet sat isfied and with the bloody ax he went out in the road, where Joseph Kodolphe, his son, was playing, and struck him on the head He then threw the ax beside thi body and started for the woods The Muiderer Still at Large When the crime was discovered the wife was still alive, but she died after telling the frightful story The whole village turned out to hunt for the murderer, but he had a couple of hours' start of his pursuers, and at last accounts he had not been captured CAMP 20 EXPELLED The Clan-na-Gael Cuts Loose fioui the Chicago Brancji NEW YORK, Peb 24.-Tho Herald says "The Clan ua-Grel has just hold a convention in Philadelphia nnd has inaugurated a nnw departure in Iiish i evolutionary affairs The convention uas sat down very heavily upon what it designates as the 'thieving, treacherous and mui derous element which has of late yeais crept into the ranks of the order' "One of the main effects of the gathering in Philadelphia was to set the order rigb> in regai d to the murder of Dr Ci onin, and to prove that that horrible deed was done by a coterie which was disliked and suspect- ed by the vast majority of the Clan-na-Uael. "Kvery campin the countiy was invited to send a representative, but thirteen, which did not lespond, have since approved of what was done in Philadelphu The few camps in this citj and in the west, which are dominated by the or Alex Sullivan, of Chicago, Michael Bo land, of If anaas City, and D C Feely, of Rochester, did not, of coui se, send repre- sentatives These men are now oigammng a convention of th n own "Tho name of Gimp 20, of Caicago, is known evu y where sine i the murder of the doctor It senior guardian, John 1 Beggs, it will be remembered, was indicted with 'Ban' Coughun, Iceman Sullivan and Knntz" as bun., conceined in the diabolical butchery fo emphaMze its abhorrence of the act the convei tion unanimously passed Lh s i eso ution Tiat i stnckeu fioin the rolls of o n i s ai d ts place for si er n m in blank tt maik o ir 1 un i of the actions {f that camp aud theumi of omeof ith mimb id ile coiiv ution went fuithei than this toi, on th recommendation of the judiciary c ouim tt c, it expelled and debamd forevei fiom n Ltubeiship m the ordu the members of tho tiimt k'so oftenmen van Bo an I ri'l FeMy Tile 1'uul Tournament bYRALUW, N Y Jeb tho pool tournament for the championship of tin United States, defeated E glisten 125 to 104, and Denning bisted W> to 102 In the evening D D'Oro defetted Manning, U t to KO and Powers boat Clear water, 12) to 80 D'Oro and Powers now lead in the tournament v An KJectrlc Light Plant Ruined FREFPOBT, Ills, Feb electnc light wwks in thii city both ore and iucan descent, wcin destroyed by tire at !J D. m The loss is b uviui S40000 mi 1 in surance, Ihi ta will ba in dark- ness until the works can bi rebuilt CHRISTIANIZE THE NEGRO Dardln il (.Ihbon s Solution fur Hie Great Kttce T'roblc.Hi BAITIMOHE Feb 24 linal Oilibonn began Bun lay at the solemn uiasa a course of I nts-n sermons Btfnu begin niug tho s i m u Cardinal Oibb us made nn appeal to th c iij, n gallon m I hilt of the negro and Indian tmmonce reminded his hearers that in i uipliance with the decreo of the last pit imry council of Baltunoie an annual collection was taken up in behalf of these missions on the first Sun la} in Lent in all the chuiches of the countiy Thei e are said his eminence about 000 negroes in the Unite 1 States and the negro question has become a serious problem to tho American pec p It The best solution of this problem, m judgment, will be found in Christianizing the negroes In some sections of the couuti 5 if reports are true then lellgion has degenerated into a kind of fetishism and is entii ely emotion al devoid of all religious restraints and ob- ligations Ifaf negro race ait naturally a lehgious people 1 hoy are km 1 affectionate and grateful, subnm authority aud their conduct U uui Is the close of the late war wheu they h id the power to do tnis- chitf, was all piaise By proper re llglousnni t hnstian insti uction they are sure to become a most useful element in the community atututing Mr Parnell JpRiLi Cm r b '-t large and en thusmstic m i s 11 ctmn nas held m the Jer seyLity mj of Music last night to expiess cti n at the signal defeat of the I ai ut 11 u aud confidence in the Irish i arli meiitar} party The meet- ing was call 1 In the e ntial branch of the Iiish Natic n i 1 and was the first of a series of sum rintetin s to be held all over the couuti f n th u pose of renewing activity an 1 n m the cause of lush homeiule Majoi Oi stt s Cleveland, after reviewing the histoi of the home rule move- ment complied th j icaent English govern ment to a 1 nil att nij to oppose a rail way loe nijlno of reform of which Ciladstone is the engineer, Paruell the fireman and Duitt O'Brien, Sexton Healey and Power O Connor were the brake- men 1 he result of th col lision will be ap- parent he predicted after the next general election when the home rule for Ireland must triumph Judge McGrathond Secretary Holmes also addressed the taeet- ing Gen Honker 1 dioptres Jeff Davis BALTIMOHF, Feb (ren Charles B Hool ei member of cc unless from Missis Slpp, deln lc-1 a It. U befuio the BalU more light infantrj ju The Life and Char acter ot Jt fFerson I) n is The speaker said that Mr Davis cami he i estly by his convic tions of qu stions of state rights, and denied that be remimtd a member of tho United States K nate af tu his st ite had seceded He was an advocate of peace until peace was no longer possible It was typical loftiest patriotism that after tho war he continued to live quietly on Ins plantation, remote from the public gaze The speaker advised all southerners to hearty allegiance to the reconsti ucted government, The 1 mplre Stntt Y M C A BINGHAMTON N Y, Feb 24 the closing session of the Young Men s Chris- tian association, Lockport N Y was se- lected as the place for holding the next con- vention The pulpits of all the city churches were supplied by visiting delegates Sunday, and at 4 o'clock a mass for men was held in the Opera house conducted by G W Warburton of New C H McConnack, of Syracuse, and D Gor don, state secretary of Ohio A farewell meeting was held in the Fust Presbyterian church at 9 o clock Many of the delegates then left foi home Given Up for Lost Feb 24 schooner Labur nam, hence Jan 8 for the East Indies with fish and lumber, has been upas lost, with her crew consisting of Capt Patrick Deegan an 1 his son William of this city Fireman Bou ll ot nnd Peter Muse of Cape Breton and Charles Bunyan ol Barbadoes Then I .nght at Inland 101 VICKMHBG MBS, Feb 24 Tausey, of Bt Louis and Jack Connors of Cincin nati, fought to a finish at catch weight, Queenbeiry mles, at Island 101 thirty miles from here for n small purse C onuors was kliopke i out in tile third roun 1 Is that Impurity of the blood which produces unsightly lumps or swellings in tlie neck, which causes running sores on tile amis, legs, or feet, which develops ulcers In the eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness, which is the origin of pimples, cin- ceronsgrowths, or "hiimors, which fasten ing upon the lungs, causes consumption and death it is the most ancient of all Diseases, and very few persons are entirely lies from It How Can It Be By taking Hood s Sarsaparilla, which, by the remarkable cures It has accomplished, proven itself to be a potent and peculiar medicine for this disease. If you suffer from scrofula, try Hood's Sarsaparilla. "Every spring my wife and children have boon troubled with scrofula, my little boy, three years old, being a terrible sufferer last spring ho was one mass ot sores from bead to feet. W e all took Hood's SarsaparllH, and all have been cured of the scrofnh My little boy Is entirely free from gores, and all four of my children look bright and healthy W B ATHPRTON, Piss-iio City, N. J. Hood's Sarsaparilla slxforfS bf 8 I HOOD A CO Apotheciriei, Lowell, WSM, 100 Doses One Dollar A rhroiu lor u t.ritvv UASIIIM.ICV rib 4 Dom 1 tire 11 lute emperor >f an I now ai mlu Portugal it N rti jit I h i hns d i It 1 t wiitiakttti t his film i Mil jetts lug hi s Ihli sttj th UK 1 euiiei i will take witlin the n xt I w we uld shcull inontl s unle s eertaln is us wli lock withdlsfivol upe n su h aetloi influents him against it Thoe mpe tt nl ftei hib upon the otloconditi n that I lowed too f bunal in Brazil death Id. nk I i II Ilulniiitid NEW illK Kb I Ur ket (I 11 Pell th bai It wic k r hus s cured bail, and was 1 fioin jnil His men are hib biothei chailes T I Meyer president ef the Meyer I com pauy and Ihtod re Squire blmiuous i is also released on bail A Sniuluy Fir. ut I li tlH.lulpli hi PIIIIADEUIIIA leb tiro bund ij moming d stroyed tho Mill building at Stv tntoenih emcl btieeta occupied by George manufacturer of carpt ts and Dubtee curtain und lambrequ n wtiavei Ihe loss is estimated at t tU 000 Hurglarfl lu u Groteij ISiHARK N J Feb T H Gleasou s Lroceiy at Kearney was entered by luig lars who broke open the safe and carried c ff in cash and some It is said that the watch dog was chloroformed He Wan Tired of Living ASHLAND Pa leb 24 Pope an old and citizen of Ashland, at- tempted suicide Sunday morning by cutting his throat His recovery is impossible He has been in ill health for some time lit Id tip In I-iuKKla BERLIS 1 l w 'N J c t MtiltCIIANT BB NORTH GRKENK SlRKfcT. 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