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2 THE THEVlSIIINGTON WASHINGTON TOTES SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1906
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one of the moat oemnatent kippers oj ojthe olhe
the he Florida ami a Ew Eut Rt t Coast Ho IbM H II IInow Iiflow
now in the hospital at t Miami where to today today today
day he h gave out an An lntejntf Interw ew w to a e cor correspondent correspondent coreepondent
respondent of a local paper dMCrtblnlthe duertbln duertblnthe
the disaster at Ai t Elliotts Elliott Inland IalandCaptain InlandCaptain 1eandCaptain
Captain Bravos Story StoryOur StoryOur StoryOur
Our barometer rometer had given us a a warn warnng
Jlnr ng herald be kl and I dropped anchor 011the ot otthe
the lee ee side > of t Elliotts tIotts Key in n old9tI or orto
I to escape the storm which I felt Itur Iturwa eurivas
was coming When ben the storm etorj broklthe brokethe
the waves av ran the highest hlghe I 1 have evelI ev evbeen
I seen n in Florida Florid waters Every Eyeryt1dn1ooe thin
loose was a5 carried away by the flm ruallbf ruelf
t bf > f water and in n a few momenta our In InBtruments Instruments Inutruments
Btruments showed the wind had reachea
a velocity of 10 1 miles an hour Tluatorm
storm had been running for about ar arllour ailirnzr
hour and nd a half when the tidal av
hit the little island from the wndwaiielde
aide Our boat was ws lifted high and OUianchor ott ottanchor
anchor started to tlr1g Seeing eehtg that t II IIwould I Iwould
would be tatal atI to remain i tnere there w wsUpped
slipped our chains and attempted to rui
for the open o n sea But it was w too late
The wall of water swept over the
Key engulfing houses and trees Andshutting
shutting out all sight of land Our
boat was swamped and smashed amaahedthough 1
though it had been a toy All the crAftIn crafIn
I in our vicinity shared a like fate anJSn am amIn
In a few minutes it was w a caee of ever everman
man tor himself hlm elf After that what hap
oPened ened is a blank I know kno nothing fflOrf1nt mor moruntil
1nt Until I recall having havin been picked uj
from a piece IeCe of wreckage to which whichud J
had ud lashed myself myselfFleet mYMItFleet myielfFleet
Fleet Searches Search l for Survivors SurvivorsWhile SurvivorsVhUe SurvivorsWhil
While Whil VhUe Captain Bravo is expected tCJrecover t trecoverS
Recover recoverS It is said that at least a cJoenor
of those tho rescued from the th wreckage o
rth Tthe the St Lucia and nd who are now no belnfjcared beIn
cared for at t Miami will die dieIt dieIt dIeIt
It was learned today that ManaprAdams ManegeiAdams
Adams of the Florida Fish and Predu PreduCompartys PreducCompany
Company fleet has chartered a numberot numbeof
of veaaels to scour the Ashing ground Inthe ii iithe
the hope of picking < up any lIurvlvoniwho
who may be floating oaUn < about bout on bits ofwreckalCe 0
wreckage in those e waters watersA watenA
A dispatch just received from Key ICe ICeWst P
West tells tell of the killing of t more than
100 men by the tidal wave at Lon LonKey
Key where the East Coast railway ran rallwa rallwaboats a aboats r
boats and pile drivers dClv ra were ere at work ock on onan on9n I i
an extension of the railroad d to Key Keycst Ke KeWest r Ir
West WestEngineer WestEntneer cst cstEngineer
Engineer Dusenberry and fortyeight fortyeightworkmen tortyel hl hlOrkrlen t twrkrnen L
workmen were blown out to sea and andwere andere an I Iwere I
were ere picked up by the Austrian atrilLl1 steam steamship steamship teamship ¬
ship Jennie J nnie and taken to Key Ke West WestDusenttrry WestDusenirry eat eatDUS
Dusenttrry DUS Mfrry says say lie saw more than thanjou thAn10U
jou men crushed to death as the mas massive ina inaivp NUJ NUJslvt ¬ i
sive ivp dredges dr dgOs and houseboats went to topleres toplp u uplPO5
pleres plp All A II the men picked lcked up by t1eJennie th thJennie
Jennie were injured and were taken tellwlpltala t
hoepitals hoepitalsIt Itor pitals pitalsIt
It is feared the death list at 1 1Ky
Key may ma reach several erll hundred when whenall wbe wbeall beft beftall
all the details detail are learned learnedBig learnedBig learnedBig
Big Fleet Lost LostWreckage LostWreckage LostWreckage
Wreckage Found FoundOn Found FoundOn Foundon
On Florida Key KeyST
ST AUGUSTINE Pla October Octobert Sk Skit IlIt
it t is reported here that practically tb tbentire
entire nshing fleet of tho Florida 111111and 7I 7Iand
and Produce Produc Company has been loat loatMany loelIany los
Many Iany of o the boats were at sea when 1b4ga Ui
gale ga Ie struck and they have Ita ve not since beet1heard bee I Iheard
heard from It is I posalbte that some oj ojthe c cthe
the little boats may havt weathered ltugale th thgale
gale but not probable Much wreckage wreckAstfrom wrecks
from the boats has been picked up U I Ithi
th thi > fleet has been lest It means an ad addition addltlon I Iditlon
dition of o several score to the list c
dead dead8TORM deadTUFM
deadmm mm OFF m mDEFLECTING CAROLINAS CAROLINASDEFLECTING
DEFLECTING DEFLECTINGNew SEAWARD SEAWARDew EAAR1 1 J JNew
New ew England will iII hardly experiencethf
the th hurricane 6t Catan origin n nas n as pre predicted predieted I Idicted >
dicted by by the bunaatt Itu yesterday de declared liedared 44 I Idared i
dared Chief Forecaster 1 K E B Oar Garnet Garriottof riot tof t Iof
of the Weather Bureau Bur today
The storm is 1 still centered ceat < ed oft tb
Carolina coast COAat it It IwJug lNI nc made very lit little Ittt Iii Iiitb
tle t < progress progre It now appears that I IwHl iwill
will deflect seaward seawardThe eawanlThe seawardThe
The situation on the Carolina cosi
is greatly rea Uv unsettled un ettled and storm warnings warnmSIart warnhc warnhcare
are atill stlllhelnllt being displayed at the AtlantkilE Atlantiseacoast
seacoast ilE aOSt ports portsDEATH portaDEATH portsDEATH
DEATH RECORD RECORDWilliam RECOImvnUam RECO1DWilliam
William M George 77 years earff earffEleyentb 3 3Eleventh
Eleventh street northwest northwestGeorge nortbwe8taeorae northwestGeorge
George E Tyson 7C 7 years 818 35 K streetJlorthwMt strei
northwest northwestJohn JlorthwMtJohn northwestJohn
John R Ball years Garfield Hos Hospital 11011pltal Ho I Ipltal
pltal pitalSamuel pltalSamuel pltalSamuel
Samuel Ferrier n years HOMeOpathicHopltal
Hospital HospitalSolomon HopltalSolomon BospttalSolomoit
Solomon A Baxter It year y Govern Government GoYffftmem I Iinent
ment Hospital for Insane InsaneJulia lnuneJuUa InsaneJulia
Julia Carey 60 years 215 lb Massachu Massachusetts ehu ehuettM I Ietts
setts etts avenue northwest northwestAbell nortbwNtA northwestAbel
Abel A bell Payne 57 years 304 rendrltret Fendr
etreet streetS tret Ivy City Clt CltSolomon CltSolomon
Solomon Brown BrowR H years WuhlfttJtonslum Washiate
Asylum slum Hospital HospitalPaul hospitalPaul i
Paul G Ra Ranorthwest Rale 41 7 yesns 4O II atreet atreetnorthwest strei
northwest northwestMaria northwestMRrlR northwestMaria
Maria M Dyer 45 years IlSt I1 Twenty Twat r rlfth
fifth street northwest northwestPetro northWNtPttro northwestPetro
Petro Volta 31 years y Providence Hoe Hospital Hoepltal I IpItal i
pital pitalGuy pltalGU pItalGuy
Guy GU Bar Ba Barran rran ran 30 years Washington WashingtonAsylum WtonAMylum St StAv1um n
Asylum Hospital HospitalHelen HMpUaJHelen kospitaJielen
Helen Boyd It 1 years yea 1US 141 Corcoran Corcoranstreet COreotaJstrf a astreet n
street > t northwest northwestThomas nortbSLTbomaa northwestThomas
Thomas Crimea 4 months St Ann
Infant Asylum AsylumCAUR
DIED DIEDCARR DIEDCAUR
CAUR On Thursday October 1ft I IJAXJI MM MMJAMEF 4 4JAMuI I
JAMEF the u beloved husband of the Is
Bridget Carr Cam a native of County Galway QaIws 7 r
Ireland IrelandFuneral IrelandPune IrelandFuneral
Funeral Pune from from bill late reafcfence 785 7 Twen Twentyfourth TweJt C Ctfolrth
tyfourth t fOlrth street northwest at II > a m mMonday litonday a t
Monday onday f Cober ober 22 thence to St Stephen StephenChurch ben1 ben1Chunh sphssi sphssibuick
Church ivhere Mre maaa will be celebrated eelbra torth t tthe
the th reaoce repose of his soul oul Interment at Hot HotRood
Rood RAlatlvea IaUv and friend invited invitedocWJt Invitedt InvitedBEXJAXIX InvitedoeIS3t
ocWJt ocWJtBENJAMIN oeIS3tBENJAMINOn t
BENJAMIN BENJAMINOn On n Friday October > r It 1 iSIS at >
10 M 1 oclock a m at her reaidenoe reIden 13 13O 11 11e I Iitreet
O atreet northeaat nortb FLORENCE ELIZA ELIZABETH BTIABETH ZLIZ ZLIZBSTH
BETH younger youQS t daughter daU hter < of Joaeph Jomphand E Eand Bsnd
and Florence Benjamin BenjaminHh
Hh Th h was born in Prince Prl Geont GtIo county enust y
Maryland May C Ittt 1 and removed toublq1Oft
Washington ublq1Oft when but eight t yean y old Shetttoded Si
Attended the WaahJrgton Wa rcton public schools schoolsMia L LMiss
Mia MI Miss Benjamin njamIft had been n 111 for a tnonthIn mon
in Kentucky with Uti typhoid fever She IIlIunlved
survived by two sstera stem ten Mrs J phh phhRieck
Rlecktt and Margaret her father Jam JamEReajamln
E EReajamln Benjamin and d mother motherTlie motherTh motbrTime
Time Th funeral will tak take place Monday fromthe fronthe
the house and Interment eat will IiI occur cur in RockCrefk itnei itneiCreek
Creek Cemetery Cdnehd MUm Benjamin was u ofery olvery
very ery lovable character ADd nd is I mourned mOQm b ba bya
a large coterie of friends it itHOLLOHAN 1 itJloLLoHANoit t t1I0rLOHAN
HOLLOHAN JloLLoHANoit a On Friday ds October if 1 J9 S 4 m mGoretowu atGeor8
Georgetown Geor8 OWD < University Rev MARTIN ARTI J JHOLLQHAN JHOLLOHAN r rMOLLOHAN
HOLLQHAN 8 J JParticulars JPartteulan 1 1Piutleulara
Particulars will 111 be found elsewhere 1mTiM
The Times
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IN MEMORIAM MEMORIALTHATCHER MEMORIAMIUA MEMORIAMTUATCHBRJfl
THATCHER IUA TUATCHBRJfl TCHERIn In sad d but loving remem remembrance remembrance mfm mfmbrance
brance of our darling baby boy bo ORII11DA OR IIL IILDAVENPORT
DAVENPORT DA VE PORT THATCHER son of Annaand AunIand
and Leigh I llrb Thatcher who ded one yesiago r raco
ago tody y Octibcr ot bPr 26 1906 1 aged seventh seventhmonths stventeermonths entn entnmonthli
months and oiie day It ItKINDLE 1tHINDLE itIUNDLE
KINDLE BAYLISS BAYLISSUNDBRTAXKRS BAYLISSUNDERTAKERS BAYLISSNDg1tTAXRS
UNDERTAKERS JX JND ND D KMBALMER3 KMBALMER3ITH ErBAUElliITH KMBALZPRS5TH
ITH AND JD 11 STS IJW Kr Evertblng rythlng firstcl11 firsiclass
class and reasonable reao Personal and prompt promptervlc promptenlce proumpiervire
ervlc Modern chapel Phone Pho Main 6J7 6J7oclO3t J1oclo f37ocI0t
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HAVANA CYCLONE CYCLONESANK CYCLONESANK
SANK 25 LIGHTERS LIGHTERSU
0 lii S FLEET SAFE SAFEDispatches SAFEDispatches SAFEDispatches
Dispatches From Gen GemBell GenBell GenBell
Bell Give Details of Cu Cuban Cuban Cuban ¬
ban Harbor Disaster Disasterllnlly Disaster1uI1y
Iullj twentyfive lighters were werestinic
sunk in Havana harbor and heavy heavrdAmnge heavydamage
damage otherwise done to merchant merchantshipping1 mtre11autllipping metclinnts1iiping
shipping1 at that port bj the tdrriflc tdrriflctye1oue
tyelone e c10ne from which the nriny nrm and andtransport Mndtransport atidIranaport
transport service suffered consid considerably cunsitlersb1 connidormtbly
erably ersb1 according to four cable di dipatches dlI c1Is c1Isjittchwt
I patches received at the War Vn Depart Department Dcpartment Departmont ¬
ment this morning from Brig Gen GenJ GenJ GenJ
J Franklin Bell in command of ofUlcr o the theAmerican theAmerican
American Ulcr Lft1 army nrm of Cuban occupation occupationNo
No material damage was Ai > done to totho tothe
the American warships in Havana Havanaharbor Unvannhrbor ifuvanaharbor
harbor according to a dispatch re received recched received
ceived by b Hear Admiral Converse Conversechief ConverseI Conversechief
I chief of the Bureau of Navigation Navigationfrom Navigationflomthe Navigationfrom
from flomthe the senior officer of the squad squadron quadron
ron
Army Animals Slaughtered SlaughteredThe
The most mo t important Importitutfeature feature of General GeneralBells GeneralDell GeneralBe11s
Bells Dell reports relate to the terrible terribleexperience terribleexpertence terribleexpenlemie
experience of the U chartered chA rtered transport tnnutportCubarlA transportCubana
Cubana which was loaded with animals animalsfor AnimalsCor animalsfor
for the use of the army arm Neary 146 ueanimal 110anImals
animals were ere killed outright or so I o badly lMtdlymlmed badlymaimed
maimed that It wa was necesary to put an anend antffid anenI
end to their existence eCl tence The Cubana was wasbadly wa wabadly wasbadly
badly damaged and as she > he was In the thetmmedlAtd theImmedlatal
immediate path of the cyclone her hercommander hereommAnder hercommander
commander considered it fortunate that thatshe thathe thatshe
she survived the storm at all allThe anTb4t 11 11The
The condition of the shipping in the theharbor thebrbor thebarber
harbor la satisfactory in so far as it itpertains italna itpertaIns
pertains alna to oceangoing vessel vessels eJa Several Severalof Severalt Severalof
of t the lighters which hleh were loaded with withcargo tofthCal80 withcargo
cargo taken from the Ward Ard liner Moro MorroC JlorroCaatJe MoroCstle
C CaatJe Ue were sunk during the storm and andGeneral aOOGeneral andGeneral
General Bell says it is not known yet yetwhether yetwbether yetwhether
whether or not these were loaded with withUnited withenlted withUnited
United States Stt property propertyAmong propertyAmong propertyAmong
Among the Injured InjuredIjarry InjuredIiArry Injuredharry
harry Fostiek Fo tkk a teams teamster er of the theTwentyeighth theTwentyelilhth theTwentym4hth
Twentyeighth Infantry lout one eye eyereceived eyereceived sycreceived
received a scalp > wound and internal in injuries InjUriM InJuries ¬
juries and is not expected to recover recoverFrederick r8COYrFrederick recoverfrederick
Frederick W r Sutcllffe a civilian wag wagon WACoDlftIUIler wasonataster
on oDlftIUIler master attached to the army was wasseverely waswounded 1UI 1UIMe
severely Me ly wounded ounded In the head but will willprobably m mprobably I Iprobably
probably survive survivePrivate aurvivePrivate survivePrivate
Private William rUllam A Harner of the theJIhteenth th I IEthteenth
Eighteenth Battery of Field Artillery Artilleryreceived rUlIeryreceled
received an injury in I the back by being beingstruck beIa beIastruck
struck by a falling tree Not ot serious seriousThese noumen seriousTheae
These men are re now nO OW in the Mercedes MercedesBospital er erHMpltal
Hospital In Havana HavanaDetails HavAAaDetails IlavaitaDetails
Details of Disaster DisasterThe DisasterTbe DisasterThe
The following telegram was received receivedat recoIveuat
at noon from General Bell dated this thismorning U Umorning I Imorning
morning but It is supposed at the War WarDepartment WazDepartment ar arpartment
Department partment that this is erroneous and andIt Andthat I Ithat
that It wa was actually actu Uy sent yesterday Oc October O Otobe Ootobet ¬
tober 19 1 as follows followsTerrific followsTerrlflc followsTerrific
Terrific hurricane swept wet over Havana Havanaand Havanaand L Land
and vicinity about midnight mldnl ht lasting set several MVeral seteral ¬
eral eral hours Wind Vlnd officially reported I II
I ehty miles an hour so far as heard heardfirttm heardfrOtn heardfrai I
firttm no lives lost t or r Individual Injured InjuredAmonlC InjuredAmong
Among the troops stable and two quar quartwmastera QUartermastr quarteemasters
twmastera termastr stables completely destroy destroyed detltroy4HI ¬
ed at Camp Columbia no animals In InJured injured
jured Roofs Roof of a number of other otherbuildings otbrbulldlnp otherbuildings
buildings damaged damat < more or leas noth nothing nothIn nothlag ¬
lag In < serious quartermaster and commls commlsnary commlaury
nary storehouses stood > tood storm contents contentsslightly eontentliIptly contenbslightly I
slightly Iptly damaged more or lesr les nothing nothingserious notbin notbinserious
serious Contents of the storehouses storehouseslightly stor8houMtosbUy storehousesaI1htly
lightly bUy damaged by b water collecting on onfloor ondoor or I Ifloor
floor of houses M generally K rallY two sanitary sanitarycarts unitArycart sanitaryI
carts cart damaged in destroyed stables > all alltents alltentil I
tents blown down some olR articles blown blownaway blownaway blowraway I
away and rations lightly injured by bywater bywater
water cump entirely restored wires Ires all alldown aUdo alldown
down do Some bridges washed out out diJM diJMculty dttCIcult difficutty
culty cult of communication great greiitAII greatAll
All trees in 1rk in trout of palace palaceblown poisesblown
blown down trees tree throughout city and andin nd ndIn
in Marino Iarlno generally destroyed linker linkerdoes llakerooea Baitertines
does not think any an y of his vessels in inpath InPIIth inpath
path of storm unless it was aa very y wide wideWarning wIdeVarnlr wideWarning
Warning Varnlr < was as received from observatory observatoryof
of coming of Ol storm an hour before its I Iarrival itsarrival
arrival all commanding otiUors at atCamp atCamp atCamp
Camp Columbia promptly notified and kndtook mndtook
took precautions pr uUons which minimised dam damage flamae clamase ¬
age All outside station commanders commandersit
commandersL
wer notified noU ed but nothing heard from tromth C roni ronithm L
them th m us to result rl IIJt of storm H HtMd HtMdiuarterll Iteadquarters ad adquarters
quarters iuarterll building slightly damaged be believed be beI believed ¬
lieved I ved no serious injury Injur has been b en done doneto donsto
to Government property pro rty Will VIU wire wireagain sirsagain Ir Irapln
again if anything new develops from frollfurther fromfurther
further investigation investigationBrigadier Inve tlptlon tlptlonBligadlfr
Brigadier General Sharp commissary commluaryIreneral eomnhissr3general
general of c < C ti Vie army received the fol following tollowlnte foliowtnic ¬
lowing dispatch dated today from Col CoIonel Co Cootmel
OIMI Wilkins rUkln l chief commissary commry at at Ha Havana HavanA Havana ¬
vana vanaCommissary Commissary CommINu department all n right rightFew rlShtrfil rightow
= Few ow stores rfil slightly IU Uy damaged No cas casualties etiIThe ensuaits ¬
ualties ualtiesThe uaitsThe
The marine corps in Cuba Cub suffered lIufteredllIht sufer suferslIght
slight llIht damage by the hurricane > but butthere
t there was no casualties according a lnJ to toAblexram a e ecablegram
cablegram received this morning by byBrigadier hI
Brigadier General Elliott commandant commandantof
of the marine > corps from Colonel Wal Waller Walicr ral raller
ler commander of the marine forces in inthe I m mthe
I the island JJIAndThree islandThree
Three Transports Overdue OverdueThree OverdueThree OverdueThree
Three chartered army army arm transports car carrYing
rying horses hor e and mules have not yet yetreached ye yeicached et etI I
I reached Havana being from one to three threedays threoday I Itbjs
days day tbjs overdue It is certain that they theyencountered the theeneountertd theencounteretl
encountered the storm and Brig GertI GertIHumphrey Gen GenHum GetiHumphrey
Humphrey Hum ph no quartermaster general Ji nrA1 IK I II t C Calarmed
I alarmed for their safety Billet They have havenot haveIIOt i ibeen
not been n heard he rd from since leaving Newj Newjport New Ntwport Newport
port News NewsThe NewsThe
The vessels ye el are re the Jacob Wright end am 1
TWENTY DEAD IN CUBAN CUBANCITY CUBANCITY CUBANCITY
CITY LOSS MILLIONS
p
BULL RUN VETS UNVEIL UNVEILSHAFTS UNVELSHAFTS
SHAFTS ON BATTLEFIELD
Continued rntnuo from First Firt Page Pagesome Page8me Pagesome
some 8me house ho the Inmates huddled huddlet dojvn down down8tl dewnataire
8tl ataire Around the door this being the ihoMtt thesafest
safest place should the house collapse collapseDeath collaptleDeath collapseDeath
Death List May Reach Forty FortyAccording FortyAc FortyAccordIng
According Ac ordlng to the moat reliable ac accounts account Recounta ¬
counts obtainable today the Ut of dead deadand deadand deedand
and fatally tatII injured In the city eSt of Ha Havana Havan Havans ¬
vans van will be between thirty and forty fortywhile fortywhile fortywhile
while the th total casualties on the Island Islandwill IslAndwtll Islandwill
will exceed exc l one hundred dead and live nvehundred ftvebundred livehundred
hundred injured All estimates e tlmatu at prop property property proporty ¬
erty tonnes etI are mere guesses so far but butthe butth butthe
the th damage dama to t shinning and business in interests InterNt interests ¬
terests in Havana Haa alone is believed to tobe tobe tobe
be upward of tOOOooo i OOGO < X < XXX Estimates I of ofthe orthe ofthe
the damage in the country districts are areImpossible areIm areImpossible
Im Impossible ble but the loss Ato to tho park and andboulevard andboulevard andboulevard
boulevard systems ytem of o the city eft is alone alonebelieved aJoneb alonebelieved
believed b ll l to b I be upward of o a million dol dollars dolJars dellana ¬
lars larsLuckily JarsLuckily lanaLuckily
Luckily the American forces both boththe l oththe boththe
the soldlors at Camp amp Columbia and tltf tltfsailors tltesailors titOsailors
sailors aboard the ships hlps in the harbor harborescaped hroorscaped barberescaped
escaped practically pra UcaJlY unhurt Several Severalseamen Severalseamen eentleIImen
seamen were slightly injured while has hastening hasteniimg t ttenlns ¬
tening to make things soup when the theblow theblow theblow
blow struck and nd H number num r of soldiers soldiersreceived JIOldlerareceived soldiersreceIved
received triiHnx hurts when the gal galhit gale galebit galehit
hit the camp but so far dnly one fatal fatalinjury ratalInjury fatalInjury
injury to a a member of the American Americanforcbs Amert Amerkanforces an anforC4 <
forces ll has l been een reported Harry Harr Pos Posdlck 11111dick Fesdick
dick a teamster with the Twenty Twentyeighth Twentyeighth lwontveighth
eighth Infantry was crushed by b a It fall fallIng faUInK falllag
InK palm lm tree and will probe probably Wy die dieIt dltIt dieIt
It is rumored that there are one or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two American civilians ohIIIA among the th dead deadami deadanti
anti 111 that several veral have been injured but buttheir buttheir buttheir
their names nam are not obtainable at this thistime thlatime thistime
time
Order Out of Confusion ConfusionToday ConfusionToday ConfusionToday
Today the confusion which ha hu every everywhere everyhere everywhere ¬
where here been befo manifest mlfeatl is giving wy w to toL toLsemblance A Asemblance a asemblance
semblance of order The city is caring earingfor caringfor caringfor
for the poor made destitute by the die disaster dkt dktutero dieaster ¬
aster utero and Governor Magexm is I receiving receivingthe recehlngthe receivingthe
the warmest praise by the Havana praM prawfor praMtor pressfor
for the masterly way y in which he Is Isdealing ladealinK isdealing
dealing with the situation Tti Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can troop are cooperating with the theHavana theHavlUUL theIlavana
Havana police to bring about order and andbusiness sadbusiness ftd ftdbualDtH
business temporarily t brought broHg t to a astundftill atUlndIlUII astandstill
standstill I Ic resuming resumingThe resumingThe
The American n fleet > et t suffered ureered less than thanwas thAnWaM thanwas
I was at first supposed Fortunately the theBrooklyn theBrooklyn theBrooklyn
Brooklyn struck no rocks but simply simplystuck almplyIItuck simplyatuck
stuck her nose into the th soft mud on ontne ont onthe
the t I east t aide of the harbor and was waseasily waslIy waseasily
easily lIy drawn dr wn off Aside from trol the lows lowsof 10lAlot lossof
of several small > mall boats and some of their theirsuperstructures thfolriluper8tructurea theirsuperstructures
superstructures the ships of the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can fleet were ere but little damaged damagedFather daftalCedFather damagedFather
Father Gungortis Storm Warning WarningMI
MI Havana is I ringing rln lng with praise M of ofFather otlAther ofFather
Father Ivoveat Gungorfi the noted notedweather notedweatIMr notedweather
weather observer ob of the Belen College CollegeObservatory CoU8ft41ObHrvatory CollegeObservatory
Observatory to whom bom hundreds un undoubtedly undoubtedly nfldoubteelly ¬
doubtedly owe their lives livesAt llYNAt livesAt
At 736 3 oclock ocl ck on Wednesday ednesclay night nightFather nlebtFather nightFather
Father Gungortl telephoned all the Ha Havana Havana lievane ¬
vana newspapers the palace He Amer American AmerIcan Amerlean ¬
ican camp the harbormasters office officeand otftceand cMosand
and the leading hotels hot and cafes cat that thatthe thattbe tha thathe t
the cyclone would be on the city within withinan wltblnAft withinas
an hour hourAs hourA hourAs
As A a result practically every fir vessel in inthe Inthe Inthe
the harbor had b Men n mad snug the sol soldiers 1101dlers coldiers ¬
diers had braced their camp and al ICl bun hunLaupar bunLaur bunLaupsz
Laupar which cleared from 1OIft Newport NewportNews Newp NewporNews rt rtNewa > t
News October H and the Kanawha KanawhaWhich KiinahaWhkoh Xanawhawhich
Which left that tlut t port October Oeto er IS 16 Each Eachf Each4ft
4ft 4 f the three vessels ordinarily could couldreach couldreach ould ouldrrach
reach Havana Hava in three days or less leudl A Adispatch Adispatch
dispatch dl patch to General Humphrey from fromMajor fromXaJor fronMajor t
Major Baker Bk quartermaster quart raler at Havana Havanathe Havanadated Havanadated
dated thl this morning said cI that neither 0 0tbf othe I
the vessels ve had yet arrived nor been beensighted beenIghted beensighted
sighted sightedColumbia sightedMajor IghtedMajor
Major Baker alllO Mid In his dia dispatch atcbtbat dispatchthat
that a number or the atabla stab e at eam eamColumbia camp campColumbia
Columbia were ere destroyed or of Badly ha417 dam damaged damagfd darnaged ¬
aged while 100 conical tents and nfty nftyhospital atftyhoapiUlI tty ttyhospital
hospital tents were totaly destroyed by bythe bythp bythe
the wind windThe windThe windThe
The cablegram from Capt Arthur F FXaxro FNazro FNairo
Xaxro commanding the cruiser Brook Brooklyn BIOCJttlyn Brootlyn ¬
lyn at Havana was as follows followsVessels oUowtlVelllH followsVeamsels
Vessels VelllH > l of the squadron sustained alnld no nomaterial JlOmateriAl nomaterial
material damage from the hurricane of ofla oflAIn o olust f
la lAIn night Apparenty It was filed Hiedeom ftleteom filedseine
eom seine time last night nightA nlthlA
A inofwge pacge lte from Governor Magoon at atHavana atHaan atHavana
Havana wan w received ivH1 at th the War De Department DeIartment Belartmetmt ¬
partment lat late yesterday afternoon The TheKovernor ThejOovernor Thegovernor
governor stated that terrific trri e hurricanes hurricaneshad hurricaneshad hurnicaneahad
had sw swept pt over the city and nd vicinity vicinitylasting Ylclnlt YlclnltlwtlnJt vicinitylasting
lasting several hours the wind beine beinereported beln belnreportfd betnreported
reported at eighty Pi ht miles mll an hour Tele Telegraph TtI TtI1aJh Teisgmaph ¬
graph 1aJh and telephone wires INjiI were all alldown allI al aldown l
down h bfIJ said but he bad called upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
I the governors of the provinces to re report report isport ¬
port local conditions He said th the loss lossto 10811to lossto
to th the city and country was a a heavy heav and andfears andteara andfears
fears of considerable loss 1oe of life were wereentertained wereentertained roe roeentertained
entertained entertainedLieutenant entertainedLlftutenant entertainedLIeutenant
Lieutenant Colonel Wailer aIleI command commanda tOmmandInK commanding
InK th the marin marines at Camp Columbia ilent ilenta sen sena t
a message thi this morning Indicating Indica tine that thatthe thattbt tha thathe t
the marine corps suffered > very little littlefrom littlefrom littl littlfrom e
from the th I be storm Ills cablegram eabl m says saysSlight saSSlight saysSlIght
Slight damage > by hurricane no CSJH CSJHualtiea c cuahlts C5sualtlea
ualtiea all well wellHEARSTS weJlHEARSTS wellIIEARST1S
HEARSTS SECOND 8E TOUR TOURENDS TOUREN TO TOEW8
ENDS EN US AT kL SCHENECTADY SCHENEGTAOySARATOGA
SARATOGA X Y Y Oct mAf After Afterhaving AtterhlYlng te tehaving n
having made a total In ten days of oftwenty oft o otwentyseven f
twenty t wentYHven < even speeches in fourteen coun counties co counties un unUn ¬
ties William R Hearst will tonight tonightclone tOlilghtekMJO tonigheIoe t
clone his second speaking tour above abovethe abovttthe abovthe e
the Bronx with one speech pe ch at Glen GlensFalls GlenFalls GlenFalls s
Falls and two soeeche at Schenectady SchenectadyIf
If w weathem eat athe r > conditions are favorable favorableprobably tavorableprobably favorableprobably
probably 10000 laboring men employee employesof > s sof
of the General G > neral Electric Company the theAmerican theAmtrleanLocomotlve theAmerican
American AmtrleanLocomotlve Locomotive Works and other otherlarge otherlar otherlarge
large lar plants will attend the Schenec Schenectady Seheneelady hentoe hentoetad ¬
lady tad open air meeting m lng The second meet meeting meetin meeting ¬
ing in will b ht s held in the opera house houseMr hou8eIr houseMr
Mr Ir Hearwts advisers believe that he hehas bthaR hehas
has accomplished uc > mpU8hed large results on this thistour thistour thistour
tour In the couHlM COlltl 8 of the southern Mutherntlfr somitherntier southerntier
tier in which he jraclo speeches the theaudiences theRudlfnes theaudiences
audiences filled the halls hall in which air airHearst lrIIeatllt Mrhearst
Hearst Mjx Joke ke
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Sto Store Closes Clo Every Ev < Y Day at t 6 po p m mo Studoyt Saturday at t 1 po p m mBig mL mBig
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Swell Suit or orOVERCOATU i iJVERCOAT
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measure at ata a total cost of 20 Suit to order in the Mertzway M rtzway
for 10 of your choice of ten styles of new allwool fabrics Over Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats ¬
coats to order SlGIatest 10 10latest latest style fabrics Fit and satisfaction guar guaranteed guaranteed guaranteed ¬
anteed anteedMERTZ anteedMERTZ anteedMERTZ
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dreds of o people > vd med readied places plaC68 of ofsafety orI14tfety ofagfety
safety before the dorm tormn struck struckOn struckOn struckOn
I On the strength of Father Gungortls
information the newspapers rushed out outextras outextras outextras
extras and as a result of o the general generalwarning genenllwarning generalwarning
warning great loss of o Ho Uf was prevented preventeda
in a the city
People in the provinces wore not so
fortunate and it seems likely from the thareports thereport thereports
reports coming comln in this morning that the
destruction of property proper and crops and
the loss 1 loqs of life especially e peeially in Pinar del
Rio province will be very heavy heavyScene hO hOScene hoaryScone
Scene Beggars Description DescriptionWednesday DescriptionY DescriptionVedneday
Wednesday Y ne da night In Havana beggars beggarsdescrimion besgarsd8 beggarsdssezjpijoa
descrimion descrimionN d8 dssezjpijoaNews Cr1 lon lonNws
N News ws of the impending disaster spread spreadwith spreadwith spreadwith
with the speed of the tornado itself
Doors were closed and barred and busi business buslne busiflees ¬
ness men mt > n rushed to their places to make
things snug and crete s valuables which whichmight whichmbbt whichmight
might tempt looters lootersA lootersA
A sprinkle of rain preceded the wind
then came the whirling canopy of o dull
leaden clouds which seemed to almost almostsettle almostsettle almostsettle
settle to the housetops With Vlth a distant distantrumble dlstlU1trumble distantrumble
rumble the storm charged on the city eft
and then struck with a sliirll hlrll whistle whhlteand whisteand
and swished Jlwl hed along Its natural roar W L L11mg
ing accompanied Rccompan ed hy by the crash of glass glassas glasss glassas
as s tiles were w re lifted from roofs and hurl hurled hurled ¬
ed through windows of adjoining houses housesHouses hOUS08Housos housesHouses
Houses Fall Like Card Structures StructuresThe StructuresThe St ictures icturesThe
The air was filled with debris Houses Housesin
in the course of construction were torn tornto tornto tornto
to pieces as though made of straw The Theshacks Theahcks Theshacks
shacks in the th poorer quarters wore lov loveled loveled 1evelect
eled like houses hou of cards and it was
here that the greater number of o fatali ¬
ties occurred occurredIn
In a twinkle thw tb beautiful Prado with
its double row of magnificent shade
trees interspersed with stately palms palmswas palmsAlil palmswas
was Alil cleared the trees which were
the pride of the city falling talUng like rows rowsof rowsot rowsof
of domino In parks and plazas simi simi11cr ¬
lar scenes > were inacted ln cteel and today toda Ha Havana 118vann havana ¬
vana is l a city almost t barren of shrub ¬
bery br
Havana Resembles Reembles Venice VeniceFollowing VeniceFoUoIDg VeniceFollowing
Following the wind came cme a 8 deluge of ofrain orrn otrain
rain rn It I wa Wa was a regular cloudburst coudbrt In Infive Inve Inlive
five ve minutes mlnuLe the th narrow nrrow streets trets were werefull weretul werefull
full tul and a the water Wller was WA into the stores storeson storesoti
on o the business bumn streets Half Hal an af hour hourafter houratt4 hou houafter r
after att4 the tw rain rin had ha started tte Havana Hav re resembled reHmble rosembled ¬
sembled Hmble a Venice Veice Every Ever street was aUny
I tiny canal cnal and homes hom and a business businesshouses businesshouses
houses hou alike were flooded floodedThousands floodedThousands
te
Thousands Tbnda of windows 1ndws had been beenbroken 1 beenbroken
broken bren by the flying ylng debris debs and an houses houseswhich bU housewhich 8 8blch
which blch escaped Mca unroofing unrfng by the gale galeinto galewere galewere
were ftlw filled by the torent torrents whih which poured pouredInto
into th the broken broke windows windowsThursday wlndothuny wIndowsThursday
Thursday huny morning monlnK the entire city ciy was wasin WASIn wa waIn s
in a state lat of chaos chM The easily e excited excitedpopulace excitedpopulace
populace ppule was wa running Innlnl about abut as thUh thUhma thougmad
mad ma and a it was wa several hours before beforethe beforthe rore roretbe e
the police pic who wh responded rMe nobly nbl to the thecrisis thec th thcrisSe e
crisis c were re able abk to quiet flule the people ple and andset Andset an anset d
set rescue about Abut the th work wo of restoration rtrAton and andrescue andrescue
rlu
rluStemer Steamer Stemer Elvira Elvra Capsizes CapsizesThe Capize CapizeTe CapsizesThe
The steamer Elvira in theclD th thcoasting
Te ter Elvra engaged epse the thecoasting e
coasting clD trade t was caught CuKht outside oUe th thharbor
harbor ha by the th hurricane burricn and an capsized capsizedFive capsisedFive
Five Jve man m are ar reported drowned drownedIt drwe
It I is i believe blev1 rupre numerous other othr C coastin coastinvessels
vessels vfll vessels met mt with wih mishaps nlhp during durn the thestorm tbeblS th thbig e
big storm stor There Ther are score IOn of vessels vesselslitiarily vesselordinarily s
o
orlrtl ordinarily litiarily engaged in the th coast rot uade uadeand t tnd tad tadand e
and nd in plying between btw4n Cuba Cub and Jlor Jlorida 1or 1orI PlorIda
ida I from frm pyln which whic nothing notblnl has h been b heard heardSome
Some Sme of o these t have pbby probably reached reachedland reachedbend
land ln safety atey and are ar in harbors harl at points pointsalong pointalong s
along alo the coast Ct with which wbch communica communication cmunJ commurnealion pnts pntsalo ¬
tion has hM not been bn restored Itor but bt grave gravefear gnve gnvelea grav gravfears e
lea fears fear are entertained entrtaine that in many mny in instances InJtnc instance es ¬
stances Jtnc they foundered tound re and the crews crewsert crws crwsH crew crews s
s H ert r lost lostAdvices Jot JotMARAUDNG
MARAUDNG MARAUDING UTES UTESPRESS
PRESS PRESSNORTHWARD PRESSNORTHWARDAdvices NORTHWARD NORTHWARDAdvic
Advices Advic reached rcbe the Interior Inttrlor Depart Department Deprt DeprtMnt Departleant ¬
leant today tay from Deputy Game Gme Warden WardenJohnson Warde WardeJohnson Yaen YaenJonin n
Johnson Jonin of Wyoming Wyomin to the th effect etet that thatthe thattM tha thathe t
the band b of o Ule Indians lD Indiana UW whose wb return returnto reurn reurnt retur returto n
to t their ter Utah Uth reservation rvaU will wl be b forced forcedby force forceby u
by United Unted States Stte troops tr have bve broken brokencamp n
camp cmp northward northwardIt Rorhn at Gillette GUete and a is moving Ilng rapidly rapidlynorthward raply raplyRorhn rapidl rapidlnorthward y
It I Is I the tb belief blfr of the Indian Ini officials officialsthat otala otalathat officialthat s
that tins th Utes ItH will wl enter et Montana ontn before beforebeing bfore befor beforbeing e
being bi overhauled oerbule by the troopers trtra who whowill wh whwi whwilt o
will wi soon sn start in pursuit pursuitThe punut punutTht pursuitTime
I The Tht Indians Inina are a e bound bun for either ethtr thr thrCrow th thCrow e
Crow or the th North Notb Cheyenne Cyenne Indian Indianreservation IndIn IndInratonK India Indiareservations n en
reservation ratonK in Montana which they th thI the y
believe I Mve wil will UI afford aor them better bter hunting huntinggrounds huntng huntngarun huntin huntingrounds g
grounds arun than thn their tElr own reservation reservationIts rervaUon rervaUonI reservationIts
Its I whisky whlakyplaln whiskyplain plain lire fre water waterthat that if ifthe I Ithe Ithe s
the cause ClnUIt of the present prtlnt difficulties difficultieswith difficultiewith s
with the Indians IndlaJ declared deIued a high offi official omcll officlal ¬
cial cll of the Indian Indi Bureau Bureu today toay todayout uylth uylthout With Without ¬
out whisky whllky the Indians Inians would behave behavethemselves behavethemilvt8 behavthemselves e
themselves themilvt8 The people along the line lineof 1 lIn e
of their march have Jepp been selling Ilng them themwhisky thmwbls the m
whisky wbls a direct dllt infraction Infrcton of the laws lawsMajor lws lwsMajor
Major Larrabee L rt 1J assistant Atft commis commissioner eomnl eomnllontr commissiomier ¬
sioner lontr said sid today to8 that Utt the tb4 regulars regularscould rtllarH rtllarHcold regularcould s
could cold do more through their ther mere ap appearance al alJarance alpearaflee ¬
pearance on the scene ne than a regiment regimentof regimenof t
of Jarance State Stte militia mlti or a big bg posse p of dep deputy d6put deputy ¬
uty ut sheriffs sheriffsThe 2heUra sheriffsThe
The h Indians India will tu surrender Jrrentr to the thesound thelund th thsound e
sound lund of the bugle hKe of the regulars reUIAr he hecontinued hecntnue h hcontinued e
continued cntnue ing ingCAT In1CAT ingCAT and never nver think of light lighting lighting rht rhtIn1 ¬
CAT CATCHES RABBITS RABBITSIN
IN THE THECLOSE CLOSE SEASON SEASONMT N
MT IT HOLLY N J Oct 39 3 30A A cat be belonging ¬
I longing lon ng to Policeman PoUemn John L J U Severn Severnsbrought Sevfrns Sevfrnsbrught Severnbrought s
brught brought home hoe its It second snd rabbit during duringthe duringtbe durin durinthe
the pat Jt week wek This Tll work would be bemore b e
more highly appreciated appreiate if I the feline felineould felne felnewould felin e
would ould capture the cotton cton tails tall during duringto flurlngthe dun1n i
the gunnlnr gunning Sa season > n when i it Is lawful lawfulto Iawfuto m
to have game gam4 in possession 8In
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b been en torn away revealing the superbshAfts superbtthafUi
shafts towering gray and high to thelowering thelowering
lowering sky Bird S Cole president pre tdent otthe
the Borough of Brooklyn presided pr8l ed at the thededlcntory thidedicatory
dedicatory exercises The address of ofthe otthe ofthe
the dav was delivered by the Rev Dr DrJohn DrJohn DrJohn
John Wesley caley Hill of o tho Jones M E BChurch EChurch EChurch
Church of Brooklyn while the wel welcoming welcoming welcoming ¬
coming speech was made by Col Ed Edmund Edmund Edmund
mund Borkelley a Southerner of the oldschool oldschool
school and a famous orator oratorArrival oratorArrival oratorArrival
Arrival of Vets VetsTostorday VetsYestordAY
Yesterday Mana Mana8MS sas began b gan to be becrowded becrowded becrowded I
crowded with the people bent b t on attend attending attendIng attendlng
ing tho exercises More than JY 09 voter veterans voterafls otor otorans ¬
ans and their families came from Brook Brooklyn Drook4Iyn Brooklyn
lyn and New York last evening and 150more 1 1more
more today toda Sputherners from all the theadjoining theadjoining theadjoining
adjoining counties and towns are on onthe ontho onthe
the field while Manassas Is deserted desertedTwo desertedTwo desertedTwo
Two special trains carried the crowdrom crowdfrom
from rom Manassas this morning morning Man ManimprosRod ManImproso1od Many Manyimpressed
impressed every horse and vehicle in intown Intown Intown
town Into the transportation service to toWellington toVelllngton toWellington
Wellington Station five e miles away awayThe awayThe awayThe
The marshal Lleut George C Round Roundwith Roundwith Roundwith
with the assistant as istant marshal Col Ed Edmund Edmund Edmund
mund Berkeley Herkele and a mounted escort escortof e eortot esconiof
of Confederate veterans accompanied accompaniedwagons aceomp accompaniedwagons nled nledwagonB
wagons carrying the excursionists by bythe b bthe byI
the way of Pagoland lane Coner and andthe andthe I
the Warrenton pike over the b battlefieldsI ttle fdds fddsof
of August 28 2 and 2 21 to Groveton Here Herethe Herethe HereI I
the tcams were left in the grove and androceslon andthe andthe I
the party formed In procession roceslon on foot footcounty footCounty footCounty
County officials and the mInisters o of the thecoupty theceupty
county walked with lth the especially In Invited Inlted invited ¬
vited lted guests gue t many of whom were from fromamong tromamoqg fromamong
among the city officials of New York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and Brooklyn BrooklynOrder BrooklynOrder BrooklynOrder
Order of Procession ProcessionThe ProcessionThe ProcessionThe
The order of the procession proco lon was a aM fol follows tollow follows ¬
lows lowsMounted low lowsMounted
lowMounted
Mounted es 6 escort ort of Confederate vete veterans veterans vetorans ¬
rans Managsas band marshal mar bal and as assistants ASBistant assiatants ¬
sistants Manasea Mana Manaseas Picket Post of Un Union UnIon UnIon ¬
ion veterans Fourteenth Regiment vet veterans vetcraM ¬
erans their families and friends Fifth FifthRegiment FifthReghnf Pitt I
Regiment Reghnf > nt veterans their families and andfriends andtrlenfts nYic nYicfriends I
friends Tenth Regiment veterans theirtamllles theimfamilies
families and friends other veterans veteransUnion veteransUnion veteransUnion
Union and Confederate with their tam families tam1IIet ¬
ilies the public publicThe IHJblicrhe publicrhe
rhe procession first moved to the Four Fourteenth Fourteenth Fourteenth ¬
teenth monument monu nt thence thenceso jo the Fit Fifteenth Fitteenth Fitteenth ¬
teenth and thence th to the Tenth T nth After Afterbrief Afterbrlet Aftembrief
brief dedicatory service at each monu monument monument ¬
ment the I he procession repaired reps fred to the thegrave therave th i igrave
grave rave where a stand and seats had been beenprepared beenprePAred I Iprepared
prepared and after a brief welcome fromCol CrociCol
Col Edmund Berkeley the address o
the day was delivered deltver by the Rev Dr
John Wesley Mley Mill of the Janes MoUrn
tHat Episcopal Church C 1ureh Brooklyn N N Y
At 2 oclock this afternoon a a meeting
of o the Battlefteki Park Association AM was w wam
held on the fled fte d and resolutions in
dorsed d asking Congress to pass the Rix Rixey Rlxe Rixey
ey e bill giving J2SOOQCOO to form Us
field into a park After this meeting
luncheon for the th entire party was serv served ¬
ed by the Jadles ladies of the Bull Run Chap
ter DHUKmers Dau rrters of the Confederacy
The remainder of the day will be spen
In seeing elnlt parts of the ground covered coverec
by the memorable struggles The en
thusiasm is so contagious UMtAlou that women womenregardless tomenrfgardl888
regardless of mud and rain tramped up u j >
the road behind the soldiers and are ex exploring exploring
ploring the Held with all the ardor of ofveterans ofveterans e Cveterans C
veterans veteransArrival veteransArrival
Arrival of Train TrainBearing TrainBearing
Bearing Veterans VeteransOwing I IOwing
Owing to the heavy rains last night nightthe nightthe t tthe
the special train from New York city citycarrying eityeatryng cit r rcarrying
carrying James JA W r Webb ebb chairman of oftue ottile o C Ctse
tile Monument Commission and nd the theether theether t S Sether
ether veteran did not arrive in Wash Washington VsahIngtoti rAtah rAtahInllton ¬
ington until S40 oclock this morning morningThe morftlftlrbe morningrhe
The special remained at the Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylnla Pecinsylvenia ¬
vania nla Station about fortyfive minute mlnutexduring mlnuttRduring minuteduring
during which the veterans their sonwives BOnt BOntjYefI son I Iwives
wives jYefI and friends took breakfast in inthe Intht ii I Ithe i
the station and made arrangements arrangemen for fortheir fortbt Co r rtheir p
their tbt > lr stay st In Washington At1hlnxton from this thisafternoon thisafternoon liii S
afternoon until Tuesday TuesdayThe Tue day dayThe
The train was due here at 7M t oclock oclockand oclockAnd
and at that hour about 160 Washington Washingtonlans uhtnlrtonIAnI
lana who to wars members of the Filth FWthTenth Filthl L
l Tenth and Fourteenth Regiment Regimentwhich Re < ll nt ntwhich I
which ftffured d in the second engagement engagementon t toft
on the Bull Run battlefield a sseml4em em mhled mhledat ed edat LI
at the station to await tt the arrival of oftheir ortheir o C
their comrades T The ie station master re received re recetvffi ¬
ceived word that the train had been de delay delaCt1 delayed ¬
lay laCt1 betwEen bot Philadelphia PltUad phla and Balti Baltimore nttJmore ¬
more And mind would probably be an hour hourbehind nourIwhlntl hoci r
behind time tlmeTh The veterans etenn and their theirtriemifi their1r1en41fil thel r
friends all of o whom wore large la e red redwhite dwblte re I IwhIte
white and blue reunion badges settled settleddown settleddon 1 I
down to wait waitWh WAitVhtn
Wh Vhtn n the train arrived the Ne New York Yorkers Yorkfrs Yorkera ¬
ers were given three Ins rou cheers cheersand cheersand I
and the hand slinking > and exchange exchangeof exclmsne e
of greetings r etlns lasted for fifteen minutes minutesor C i
or more The visitors were tore ushered Into IntoLegal IntoLegal ml 0 0Legal
Legal Notices Notices8tPRBME NoticesSUPREME
8tPRBME SUPREME COURT OF < THE DISTRICT OK 0
COLUMBIA COLV UJlA Holding H oldlng < a Probate Court CourtNo CourtNoIICM Xo Xo13SM
13SM Administration AdmlnlstraUonThI Thli Is to give notice noticethat noticethat node
that the oubscrller aubl rJler of the District of Co Co C Clumbla ¬
lumbia lURI baa ha obtained from the Probate CourtI Con
of the District t of Columbia letter Jette tests teetam t8lltaIIWn L Lmuentary
m IIWn muentary nlary u on the estate tate of Cyrus Cru Snyder Snyderlate SntWorlate r rlate
I late of the District of Columbia deceased deceasedAll d eaH 1 1All 1 1All I
All persona having claim claim agalnM the de deceased dtceJltod di diceased ¬
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit theMme ft
same with the vouchers voudt l1I thereof legally legallyauOtonttaaed J Issali ll llutJtUted ly lyauthenticated V
authenticated to the subscriber IIY ber on or bfforethe befo
the l JUt h DAY Of O 01 OCTOBER A D 1M7 other otherwUe othtorwlM othe r rwise
wise they the may by b law be excluded exeloo from all a i
twtveflt of Mhl Id estate Given under my mytkl5 hand handthis has
this lth day da of October lid tIt6 J JrLIA LIA N NSXYDER NSYDKIt r
SXYDER 14H i4 Ilk at nw n Attest Seal SealJAMBS Sea SeaJA I 1
JAMBS JA IES TANNER Register of Wills JUII for the theDistrict thoDtetrht ti
District of Columbia Clerk Jerk of the r tro rebate rebateCourt ateCourt
Court VICTOR H WALLACE Attorney AttorneyoclIM27 Attorne I Ioc11T
oclIM27
the lining room and eat down to break ¬
fast t
fastAbout
I About 925 9 oclock all of the veterans veteransembarked veteransembarked etenmsembarked
embarked on the train and started for
Wellington Va They arrived tlrre tlrreshortly tIoCdlorUy tIeerhortly
shortly before 11 oclock ocl k Scores of ofcountry otcountry ofcountry
country wagons nl = ons were at the station stationwaiting stationwaiting stationwaiting
waiting for the veterans y terMnff and because becauseof
of the fact that the roads rotul were ankle ankledeep ankledeep ankledeep
deep with mud all of the survivors of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Bull Run engagement rode to the thebattlefield thebat theiNst
battlefield battlefieldThe bat Ue tlefleld tlefleldThe eld eldTht
The members of o the Monument Com Commission Cor Cormltullon Cormission ¬
mission are Gen Hiram Duryea James JamesB Jamesjlskl
B Jiske Alfred Atkins Cunjarain flenjmlnIcy l1n l1nley lnlpy
Icy lpy John John C L Hamilton IlamUtolif Gen J E Egaskle EDuyee
Du Duyee yee George A A lIltche Mitchell I John Tre Tregitakie
gaskle Andrew Coats James Mahoney Mahoneyand ltIaholeyand Mahoteyand
and Edward EdwArd Whitoalde WhitoaldeThe WhitoaldeThe VhuosldeTbe
The historian of the Duryea Zouave ZouaveHtated ZouavHUtted ouaves ouavesstgted
HUtted this morning that in the second secondbattle 8eC secondbattle nd ndI
I battle at Bull Run the losses lo a of the thecommand thecommand thecommand
command during fifteen minutes of offighting orhUng ofiishting
fighting hUng were 104 killed 235 wounded nnd nnd7a nd
7a 7 missing making 41 4l men killed killedwounded killedwounded
wounded or unaccounted for forVeterans torVeterans forVeterans
Veterans Shaken Up UpCoaches UpCoaches UpCoaches
Coaches Jump Track TrackTwo Trackrwo TrackTwo
Two Pullman coaches cO cheli on the Fast FastFlying FastJotylng FLPlying
Flying Virginia Limited the Chesapeake Chesapeakeand
and Ohios crack train between New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and Louisville were derailed a afew nf afew
few f w minutes after 4 oclock yesterday yestordayafternoon YeHtordayaCternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon on the trestle tre tJe Just after afteremerging afteremerging afteremerging
emerging from from the tunnel at South Cap ¬
itol street and Virginia avenue avenueThe avenuoThe avenueThe
The accident was caused by the fail failure failure failtire ¬
ure of o a new switch to work properly properlyThe properlyThe properlyThe
The train was Il made UI up of an engine engineand engineand nglntnd
and nd eight coaches but only the second tiecondand secondand secondand
and third cars jumped the tracks Just Justas Ju Justtlie t tUI
as tht UI t train reached the highest t part of ofthe ofthe
the embankment the two cars left the therails therail therails
rails rail but instead of being hurled to t the thestreet thestreet
street below were piled up against a
large Iron girder The coaches were
damaged more by the chains of o the thewrecking thewrecking thewrecking
wrecking train than they were by b com om
Insr In into contact with Uh the girder girdersuit
No one was seriously Injured AS It re result recult
suit of the th accident but the passengers passengerson
on the two derailed coaches were thrown thrown
from their seats seatsOn seataOn seatsOn
On board the train were wer about SOU vet veterans vtorans veterans ¬
erans of the old Fifth Tenth and Four ¬
teenth New York Volunteers on their theirway theirMY theirway
way MY to Manassas to witness wJt eINI the unveil ¬
ing of monuments in their honor honorThe bonorThe
The track was cleared in about bout an
hour and most of the veterans ceciLia continued ceciLiaUSe ¬
ued USe on to Manassaa MaDa a last night A num ¬
ber remained remaln in Washington hlngton until this thisQUAKES th thS thismorn
morn mornQUAKES
QUAKES S FELT IN MAINE MAINEALONG MAINEALONG
ALONG THE SEACOAST SEACOASTBJDDEFORD SEACOASTBIDDEFORD
BIDDEFORD Me October ORe OReIOrth Re Reports
ports from York Kennebunkpcrt rt North NorthBerwick NorthBttrYsiek NorthBerwIok
Berwick and other towns along alon the thecoast theeoattt thecoast
coast west of this th city are that three
distinct shocks supposed ed to be earth earthquakes earthquake earthquakes ¬
quakes were felt Many JtIIUI buildings
were jarredCHURCH jarredCHURCH Jarred JarredCHURCH
CHURCH NOTICES NOTICESCALVARY NOTICESCALVARY
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0up 1IU supsrlmsteadeat < totiMlea public worship with rermwui
by the paator 11 am and 73 7JIiI pm Teachers lc e
Bible Club Thursday 7 pm church prayer yer
meeting S pm Kndeavur m meetiDP Una Tuesday S
pm p and SupJay Sunday J and C 545 pm All 11 are areconJJally arecordialiy
cordially Invited I Ited It ItXy ItXYANOSUCAL it itEVANGELICAL
EVANGELICAL Xy A OICLICAL CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CHURCH Scottteh Rite Hall Mt7 a K nw
Service 11 am and I 715 pm Subject of
morning lecture by Bishop Oliver C Sabin
A Perfect Pert t Life LIte ur tn Ute Christian Duty Sub
Ject of evening enlng lecture l8eture by Mr IN O K Thorn
U hey y Spiritual Understanding tDd ncIIDg Testimonial
meeting ntts Wednesday Wednda evening at 739 7 30 Com
Mwaclnff Sunday uhda morning Nov 4 at t 11 am
Bishop Bts Sabln bln will deliver dodtv toe An lust not > t of a srl IHtI1N of
12 free f tortures Iura teaching how to heal the sick lck
This will IK t tile e only Oftl eoum r of ft t free tectarea
irtv given n during the year 1 People who de desire ire iremake
10 ham tJa science ought to make ke their ar arrang arlangemesta
I r rang langemesta > ngero Ma to attend the Ant n t and a all allquest subce subcequ subMDt
qu quest nt lectures hletu Seata S free all invited it itSECULAR ItSXCtLAR itLEAGLSTb
SECULAR LEAGUE LBAOCETM The Potency of Altru
torn will II be discussed by Proc Henry OMys 01 15 15at <
at Pythian PJoU aa Temple T ISIS lOl 11th > th k at t nw at t 3 3oclock 3u 3ucIoek
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Ister5i5 terA i Sunday y school and cteee dana for the thecompntt theCUIII5tC
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I study lIdy CUM II morning service sermon by b bs
the mlntot miD minister r 73 7 735 Young Peoples FIopIe Religious
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YOCKO WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA ¬
TION TIONdia MlM Harriet attmttun Elite will lead leadthe leadth
the th vaster VN ef Hnjot tvi < Sunday hDda October n 1pm 43 43I 4 3 i ipm
I pm > m 8ubJeet 8ub > ect u A Handful of Paeittc Parln PfIU
Every E ry young yuen woman cordially Invited inU South SouthEntrance Soutbt Southeast
east t corner 11th and F Entrance on l BUm h st 8L
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second floor promptly at S oclock pm J1I11are At Atare A Aare
are cordially eordlan Invited Iftlt A free circulating li lih
bra brar > la h open to all before and after aftertnUng th thmeeting thmeeting
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