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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - June 21, 1882, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. Xxx. No. 20.indianapolis, wednesday june 21, 1882. Whole no. 1622death m devastation tale of horror from the a ask Eye City of a Runnell pm Tel a cd Laid waste Fly a terrific persons killed Trig lit and Many a Ore seriously Hub idled and fifty buildings a rated entailing a lobs of $600,000, from Quat lying districts swell the list of fatalities to nearly Oane Hundred. 3>eteils of the Mest fatal and destroy a Tive storm in the history of the country. A Tornado. A he town of a Runnell Iowa to tie ground to persons killed Aad 100 injured fun amp a details. Des mixes Jane lateness of the hour at which anything like authentic statements could be Lead last night from tie Tornado at a inner and tie consequent prostration of the wires prevented any report being sent out. The first starlling reports of the loss of life were soon Louii troed and later authentic reports swelled the list oif dead at Grinnell to about forty with Rev Era severely Hurt at the Corneil College . Eight at least were also killed at Malcolm station nine Miles East of Grinnell and several living in the farming d District. A freight train on the Rock Island Road Between towns was Ca tight in the wind and badly wrecked detaining trains Vest three hours and a freight train on the Iowa Central just North of Grin Neil was also badly a a railed. The first authentic news of the terrible havoc wag received by the Register As Fol Loys Kelloy a june 17, 11 40 p. College buildings at Grin Neil were blown Down a with half the lower part of the town in ruin Sand a Large Niu Ober killed and injured.  57t u can Send doctors on passenger to 2. Which will be held to bring them on. Quot Geini Ell june 18, 12 50 City is half in ruins by a Cyclone. From five to ten killed and from fifty to one Hundred wounded. Send doctors from Newton and Des Moines by special train. We have no wires working Oti Side of town fiend immediately by order of the mayor of the City. Both College buildings and half of Bur Best a silences Are Flat on the ground signed M. shortly after 1 o clock a special left Bear in superintendent nay a superintendent Quick doctor Hannawalt priestly Petchon Gllagher Smith and Radison Captain j. K. Powers by. Sanborn colonel amp Reen in. W. Howell some Register reporters and employees do the Road. No tis factory news was obtained on account of he break in the wires till tiie receipt of the following from a Register reporter Gei nhe june 18�?1 58 a. i special train from bes Morinec reached this place at 3 i a with twelve doctors on Board from Des Moines Colfax and Kellogg. The a situation is worse than even the first Zeporie made it appear. Thirty two people Are ideas and a i it Cut one Hutt bed or More i hounded. The dead. The list i the fatal Cascci lies is As Fol Ilcus Deacon for amp o and wife. Or. Lewis Saifi be. Deacon cd Eisema and two Cia ii Kiiren eiss Eva Mustoa of Chicana Henry Pitman und two children Hattie Iid Jii Arvey a a a mrs. Pitmaiz., a probably by taller injured. I Joffre. Brie agans photographs Fie it of Tibt. Of Encill Chase a i storm Lak was the Llyra student killed. Coane Fri layer data bitter of a dry Igor is ierc4uuiti4iad not hair sirs. Bayer a Teo is 3a fault wounded. Mra . Callis and her Uki their mrs. Ale wider s Tweti Foldren. Mrs. A suit and child. George Tersy s Buby Tewy is not expect to live Bingham Obi Sirkett a Tiu seat at Maate Luma. Haw3isoa hot cd s boy. A lady from a Cedar rapid visiting it Iree persons a of and two Nail Jan West own. I Bannett b. Chase strident storm i it Ake. Menry Moore a Braf Ceman on the Iowa Antral. It if Marshalltown. The fat atty Utju bed. Tohn Kleinnan conductor of the Book land freight fatally. A tramp from Des Moines fatally. A travelling Man w. J. Barbour of Chi a i a hired girl of Deacon Ford and mrs. deaths Are reported from Malcom which is entirely levelled and destroyed. Brooklyn has also suffered some. Some eight of the students Are badly injured having been Duff out of the ruins. The chaps a House is tuned into a Hospital. Some of the most dangerous cases Are being cared for there. Charles Fry Brakenman on the Rock Island Road injured at the train wreck North of Ltd Tinnell a child of Joseph Phipps mrs. Donahue. Two Are in Alonzo Gillespie s family and in the Beatty family. A special to the Register received at 7 30 says Quot from the numerous and contradictory stories of the startled citizens we gather the old Story of the deep roaring sound that preceded the Tunnel shaped Cloud. It was seen first coming from the Southwest sweeping up to the Northwest Corner of the town leveling huge Trees in its with Way and taking away poster s House and barn leveling both to the ground and carrying or. And mrs. Foster and their two children thirty Yards precipitating them amidst the debris. All Are somewhat injured. Just East of Foster was h. C. Jutman s House also completely levelled burying beneath it Pitman h s wife and three children his wife s sister and her Little baby. Foster took out the three year old girl Hattie dead. The boy Harry aged ten was fatally injured and Arthur slightly in tired. Not far away was the residence of s r. Lewis an old Man and lady who were both killed. Charles their son is in Des Moines and thus escaped. From Here the storm pursued a Zigzag direction to North of the City when after wiping out the tin est residence portion of the City it turned in the direction of the College. The West building damped into a Heap of lath and plaster and broken timbers burying Ben Atli it eight students who roomed therein All of whom were afterwards extricated More or less injured and one dead. The East College. A ave Story building was a roofed and lire followed after completing its work of destruct Iod. At the College the whirling fiend struck straight across the Iowa Cental Railroad and directly its path Lay the loaded cars. The great Mogul engine was lifted completely of the track and the train toppled on either Side at the whim of the wind. Across the track was the building of professor j. W. Chamberlain treasurer of the College which was gathered up in sections and dumped in a disjointed Heap portions upside Down and irretrievably ruined. Or. R. N. Scott s House was turned almost around. C. W. elegant residence and barn Are completely gone. Near by once stood the two Story House in which mrs. Abbie Agard was killed. Hardly a sign is left of it. In the Vicinity stood the House of Henry Mcconnell who was going around almost demented carrying a lantern in which there was no Glass or Light moving up and Down in search of valuable papers a which were blown away. The House was a pile of lath splinters and plaster. Retracing Steps among acres of ruins in the Vicinity you come to a Block which contained nine houses. All but one were levelled to the ground. In one House of this Block four persons were killed or. Ford and wife a hired girl and or. Totten. In this Vicinity p. W. Williams House was a roofed professor Herrick s and mrs. Morris two houses were bunched together. Not far off stood Louis Sanders Fine residence and what of it that is not scatter Eif Over the adjoining country is dumped into a cellar. There were ten people in Sanders cellar. All escaped. Or. Taylor and mrs. Day s houses Are both gone also the Home of Hon F. Cravin and also the Large new residence of Andrew Larrabee. The outside and top of b. P. Clark s House were blown off also his barn. The Homes of Merrill and Kimball were a roofed. Then followed rows of houses As Flat on the ground As space will allow. Among them Are Tohn Carhart a Rufus rekers r. Schaff a editor of the signal then professor Buck s residence and l. C. Phelps and a House belonging to or. Hayes. The Hurricane took everything North of president Magoun s House leaving that uninjured. In the Northwest Corner of the City the storm levelled the House of Wilson Ellis As also that of j. M. Ross. His wife was slightly injured. The House of Henry Spaulding was levelled then the House of Kimball of Kimball amp Merrill dry goods dealers. A. J. Preston s House was moved six feet from the foundation. The dwelling of attorney Dunn was levelled also A Truwell dry goods Mer cant also the new House of Graham the merchant tailor. Naer Here mrs. Griswold was killed and her House demolished. John Merrill s House Wals blown a Long distance apparently in the Belt of the wind. Rot a sign is left of the House of Madi a on Howard. The House of George Kummin cashier of the first National Bank is in ruin. George Jenning s new $5,000 House in kindling Wood an broken plaster. Two houses belonging to or. Baltram and rented by mrs. 32. S. Lewis and Dill were obliterated also the houses of James Het Aalon Phillip Cic Denning Henry James pit need Mareus Weightman Wilham cul Lisonb Deacon Ford s two houses will Iasi Neal lis a did offers the houses of a. E. Rei Ilford was Chei Petely Defiol Zahed and himself and wife taken from time ruins nearly dead. Mrs. 8te�sart s House was a blown half a bloc fragments jamming it in Comer of tie Johes House Fiat k Carnilia Robo was stealing a ride Frocia Davenport was on the freight train that , carried Odb Witlie track lies at the Cha it pin House win i a broken shoulder irlande and Irose. Henry Moore a Rock Leland Recai Herman is dying in at die Chapin Hgt out use. The scenes Lii Jund the rails Are . Fam uses Are Wade Jig Over the ruins erf their a Borries in a doku i Way replying in willingly to ,a.aeiitioq8, aids laughing in such a a Tufic a firmer at a some ride a it Alons incident while some near a a no a dear Friand is dead or Dpi a. One Youing girl was heard to say half in tears and half in laughter she believed she Quot had found a fragment of her room and was look egg for some articles in which to know it. She stooped and picked up a photograph i and burst into tears. I was tie picture of her Little Eister who had been killed. Many of those who were saved in the demolished dwellings had iced to cellars while houses were carried from Over their Heads. A j. I Reston was away from Home and saw the funnel tax coming. He tried to reach Homp jut the Tornado caught by with him and he kept himself from i a in a blown away by clinging to roots of a tree. C. F. Graver whose wide and three children were away saved himself and hired girl by seeking Refuge in the cellar. He says before they went there he could see the air filled with flying timbers when they began to come through his House As easy As though the Woodwork was window Glass he sought the underground Refuge. ,. George Christian took his wife and children in the cellar and All were saved. His House is somewhat damaged. The engine House where seventeen of the dead bodies Are Laid out presents a sight that brings Back army Days. At Malcom. The following is the Best account of the disaster at Malcom Malcom june 17.�?a terrible Cyclone passed Over Here at 9 30 to night. We have found five dead and the wounded Are numerous. The Best business houses Are demolished including the Gazette office. Both churches and one third Mohe dwelling houses in the town Are Fiat or Fadly damaged. The Cyclone extended As Fai As we can hear destroying and killing everything in its path. All is excitement Here at 1 20. The following Are four of H. Wheeler. Old mrs. Myers. Mrs. 0 Myers. Mrs. Sail. A Man and his son were blown into a Well. The father climbed up the pump Stock pushing his child before him. South of Brooklyn a barn was destroyed and three people killed. Seven dead bodies have been found at Malcom. The Only authentic Ness at 3 p. M. From it. Pleas Airt is that a freight train was derailed. The damage. Des Moises Iowa june special to the state Register says that the surgeons now report forty one dead at Grin Neil and say five or six More can not live through the night. Deign or the Rock Island conductor is dead. A surgeon reports that the wounded exceed 150, and the number of houses destroyed or ruined is Between 140 and 150. The total loss of property is now estimated at $600,000. It is feared the number of deaths at Grin Neil will yet reach event five. The path of the Tornado is now Well defined As having been about Twenty five Miles Long and half mile wide Exten Ling five Miles Northwest of Grin Neil and Twenty Miles Southeast. The news received Here states that or. James wife and two Diu Giters two other persons living four Miles Northwest of Grinnell Are dead. It is now thought the loss of life outside of Grin Neil will Reoch Twenty live and altogether near 100. An Appeal. Iowa june organized to assist the sufferers from the Tornado at Grinnell ask Aid. Can you help us remittances May be made to i m. Haines. Chairman or A. Beger treasurer of the Relief committee. Grin Neil Iowa. The Joss of and property at Burlington additional particulars from Grun Nell and Itla Calm. Buelick Citok Iowa june 19.�?saturday night at 11 o clock a terrific storm passed in a southerly direction Over Des Moines and Henry counties. In Burlington Only rain and Hail fell but one mile South of the City a Hurricane blew Down barns houses Orchards and destroyed a vast amount of property but none Are reported killed. The electrical display was remarkable. The sky was aglow constantly for two hours. At it. Pleasant Twenty eight Miles Avest the Hurricane was very destructive. Two storms met Over the town at 11 30, and accompanied by rain and Hail broke in fearful fury demolishing entirely the Baptist Church which Cost $25,000, Flung the spire from the presbyterian Church High in the air and inverting it. The Point struck the sidewalk in front of the Church and was driven into the ground Many feet. The towers and roofs of All the churches in the place were blown off and otherwise damaged. Nearly every business House in the City was a roofed and damaged and the Park in the Public Square filled with tin roofs rolled into Bunches like wads of paper. The rain damaged much merchandise and lasted but forty minutes. Three Hundred dwellings Are a roofed and damaged. Not a single Chimney is standing and thousands of Trees twisted off. Three Large Brick schools Are in ruins but the College buil diner escaped being protected by a Fine Grove of Trees in the Campus which Are Down. Only two persons Are Rej red killed Mother and son named Scott who live near the City. Nine persons were injured in the town. The insane Hospital Wilh goo inmates in the track of the storm is not dam aged. The loss in mount pleasant is above $150,000. Fifty freight cars standing on a Side track East of mount pleasant were carried upon the main line and a c., b. And it freight collided there wrecking them completely. The Engineer a. M. Parmeter was slightly injured. There Are new developments to Day of the destruction by the Cyclone at Grin Neil. No further deaths Are reported to Day but up to 11 o clock to night forty one deaths had occurred at Grinnell and Twenty three at outside Points seventeen of them at Malcolm and that Vicinity and five in the coun to Northwest of Grin Neil. The doctors say that six or seven and even More of the wounded at Grin Neil will not live Twenty four hours and some of the physicians put the final death Roll at Grin Neil alone More than fifty while some fear it will reach As High As seventy five. Of the wounded in that City there Are now Over 120 known cases and some sixty of them More or less serious. In the county Are also several serious cases of injury. The Best posted men at Grinnell yesterday estimated the death Roll As very Likely to reach 100. It is now sixty four As we have it. There were six deaths yesterday and last night among the rest that of conductor Deigner of the Rock Island Road. One Hundred and forty three is now estimated As the number of dwelling houses destroyed by the Tornado in Grin Neil. It is estimated this entails a loss of $500,000 now which is nearly the total loss As hardly any them Are insured a in pc tornadoes or anything but fire. J. Grin Neil states that fifty of the people in losing their Homes lose All they have in this world. Outside of. Gir Lonell and in Malcolm and in the country there is also an immense loss. Probably the a aggregate of All will not foot up less than $750,000. Some of the business men of a Grin Neil think its actual loss will be larger Rath than less. The following Are the losses in Grinnell i. Woo Ester total $1,000 Charles Hobart partial �2,000, mrs. A. Scott partial $2,000 Rev. J. W. Chamberlain total $6,000 Collie building $6j,000 Dodge of Boston trial. $1/600 Charles Ridley total $2,000 s. N. Saunders total. $5,000 g., amp h. Stevens pfc tial $1,000 Ferguson total $2,000 mrs. Mary b. Day total $2,500 or. Clark total $1,006 Rufus Ricker total $1,500 a a. Carhart total $2,000 Charles f. Craven total $6,000 a. Larabee total $2,000 or. E. W. Clam partial $1,000 m. Stevens partial $1,Coo Kimball e. Merrill partial $1.00 l. Q. Phillips total $5.000 Gathrie total $1,000 widow Clement total $1,000 Rev a. V. Everest partial .1,000 mrs. Murray partial $100. This a a very incomplete list and perhaps does not include one ii Fth of them. Dby Roit june 19.�?yesterday about noon a Cyclone Struci the sout Neast of by City doing much damage. A barn belonging to Frank Fitzhugh was torn Down and a Coll carried Twenty rods and killed. The House of Thomas Joyce was also completely demolished. Mrs. Delas a Sterje amps Biily Cut by falling timbers and a girl named Simpson dash is Twenty feet away i rom where she stood striking against a Fence injuring her so that she will probably die. A Small boy named John Carroll had skill fractured. He will probably die while mrs. Joyce and her daughter and another of the can Oil boys were badly Bruise. They were All in Joyce s House when it was demolished. The track of the storm was about 800 rods wide in its path fences Trees Etc., were swept away clean. There was also a severe storm at Essex Ville Down the River from Bay City but no injury is reported save from the accompanying Hail and rain and the same storm evidently swept through portions of Tuscola and Huron Quot counties doing great damage especially four Miles North of Gagetown where it Tore Down Nathan Lundy s House and barn. Malcom Mcdonald s House at the latter place was demolished. Mrs. Mcdonald had a leg broken by the fall of Timber. The storm moved in an Eastern direction and reports coming in from further on in its course say that much property is being destroyed and Many people injured. The steam by re Arax struck a Rock near Prentiss Bay in the Vicinity of the Straits yesterday and sunk. Part of the cargo of lumber was lightened off when she Slid out into deep water. She has a Tow with her. A tug has been sent for. Des Moines Iowa june 19-�?mail reports from Story county rep regents the damage there by the Cyclone of Satin Day night As very serious. Several building its were swept away at Kelly s. All buildings on the farms of j. A. Mcfarland and William Temple ton were obliterated. Further East All buildings on sixteen farms were swept away. Two it schoolhouses in Nevada were demolished. The Story county Farmers who lost everything in goods furniture Stock and i horses Are b. J. Everett l. D. Tooker b. F. Cap Way George w. Hempstock l. D. Thompson Benton Carrington and or. Whitney. Those who suffered considerable loss Are Ira Baker h. E. Mathews de Pierce we. Mathews George Hawley s. J. Alderman and a. R. Morrie. The school House in Albany was carried away. All Grov ing crops in the track of the wind were destroyed and cattle horses hogs and poultry carried Long distances and deposited dead. Mrs. L. D. Thompson s Little a a irl was killed and her own Arm broken. G. W. Hemp Stock s leg was broken and his wife and child injured internally. In Boone county a number of farm houses and barns were carried off and the eight year old boy of Christian Pilsen killed. The list of the wounded at Malcom county is As follows or. Hank or. Akers and three children. Or. Mec Kloth and wife or. Rogers mrs. Wetherby Myers and son. John Dobbins wife and child. Or. Anders and wife or. Í51ood, wife and three children three of or. Mcclure s family and three of or. Stone locker s family. Governor Sherman has issued the follow ing proclamation to tue people of Iowa the Tornado which passed through the Central portion of the state of the might cd the 17th inst. Has proven Cue of the most frightful calamities in the history of the Commonwealth. Along the path of the storm and especially at Grin Neil and Maleom there was nol Only a Ereat destruction of property but an appalling Luss i human life and Many who escaped death their ruined Homes Are left in a condition of suffering and need which appeals urgently to the generosity of the people. Ready hands and a Erous he Sitts have already done much to care of. Tit wounded and shelter the horseless bul the results of so frightful a disaster must he Long lasting and others further removed from the scene Only await an Opportunity to Aid their stricken fellow Citi Zens. I do therefore most heartily recommend that All contributions for their Relief be sent to Hon. J. Grin Neil who is fully authorized to receive them and to whom such a Trust of generosity May he most confidently commit Tea Etc. Buren r. , governor j. A. Null. F Secretary of state. of the find Nir of de Long and party at the Lena Delta buried beneath eight feet of bodies placed in a a mausoleum on the top of a High Hill. Laughlin to six months in jail. The attorneys for the state agreeing that the mini Imiri penalty would be sufficient punishment under the circumstances. The cases against some other gamblers and those against employed in gaming houses will a probably be indefinitely continued but the Case a inst Lattern Are Likely to be brought to trial. The Irish Patriot. Egypt. Alexandria june 19.�?the Banks Are mostly prepared to resist the seige. The ottoman Bank has been converted into army entrances and Are blocked by Bales of silk and the clerks will be supplied pro visions. They also have ropes read to haul up refugees from the streets. Arabi Pacha has thanked the Khedive for his appointment As a member of his ministry there is no doubt he is straining every nerve to maintain order. He is beginning to realize that he has provoked the exodus of europeans which will ruin the country. The sub minister of Justice who is conducting the inquiry into the cause of the riots states he can riot justly punish prisoners As Long As he is unable to arrest the instigators of the crimes. He names Arabi Pacha As the chief instigator. Colvin is acting British Consal general in consequence of the illness of sir Edward Mallet. Constantinople june 19.�?the British ambassador has made Iresh representations to the Porte insisting upon an immediate reply to the conference. Germany strongly advises the Porte to assent to holding the conference. The idea of sending general Ahmed Moukhtar to Egypt has been abandoned. A girl suicide. Special to the Sentinel Crothersville ind. June 19.�?last evening about 4 o clock a daughter of or. John b. Coch ran. Trustee of Jennings township Scott county residing about five Miles East of this place Sui cited by shooting herself in the to Temple with a Large sized revolver. The tragedy was committed in the door Yard Only a few feet from the door her parents were absent on a visit to their son in a William s. Keels some half a mile Distant. The cause of the tragical affair is not known As yet. Her Little brother eged some ten years asked her if she was going to sunday school and Bhe said Quot no i Aai going to shoot myself the innocent Little fellow thought nothing of her Rex Oark but in a few my meets was startled by the a loud is Porto a pistol. When he went to where he heard the report he found his unfortunate sister sweltering in her Wood. The parents and family Are among the most respectable of our population. The funeral took place this afternoon and was one of the largest Ever seen in Bcott county. Instantly killed. Special to the Sentinel Greencastle ind., june 19.�?Edward Frakes a teamster for Thomas Bayne was instantly killed this Forenoon on the farm of Peter Stoner near town while engaged in loading a Large saw log. He was standing behind the log As it was being drawn up and a Chain breaking caused the log to run backward Over him. He was about thirty years of age and leaves a Small family. An insane Mother kills her Sou and a Hen herself. Genesee 111., june 19.�?eight Miles South of this City saturday after preparing dinner for her husband and hired Man and while they were eating mrs. Lindquist took her Eon aged five to a Cor crib near the House Cut his Throat and then killed herself. No cause is known but the woman is Beli cried to have been i insane. The search continued for lieutenant Chip and companions but without Avail. The dead explorers. Particulars of tie finding of Delong and party. New York june 19. A the following is a special Cable dispatch to the new York Herald Quot London june 19.�?w. F. Gilder Kerald correspondent with the Ragus sends tiie following dispatch dated Lena Delta april 12, 1882 Melville found the bodies of lieutenant Delong s party March 23. They were in two parties 500 and 1,500 Yards from the wreck of the scow Melville s search party first started from the Supply depot Here two words Are unintelligible to follow Zinderman s route from osterday to Malvey and afterwards from Malvey Back toward osterday. The following sentence is again unintelligible they stopped at the place which Nin Dennan and Noros passed the first Day after they left de Long feeling sure that the others had not got much farther. There they found the wreck an following along the Bank they came upon a Rifle sir Rel Hung upon four Sticks. Heresies words Are unintelligible they set the natives digging on each Side of the Sticks they soon came upon the two bodies under eight fee of Snow. While these men were digging toward the East Mellville 7ent on along the bunk of the River to find place to take bearings. He then saw a Cacao Kettle and the remains of a Are about 1,000 Yards from the tent and approaching nearly stumbled upon de Long s hand sticking out of the Snow about thirty feet from the Edge of the Bank. Here under about a foot of Snow they found the bodies of de Long and Ambler about three feet apart and a Sam lying at their feet All partially covered by pieces of tent and a few pieces of Blanket. All the others except Alexia they found at the place where the tent was pitched. Lee and Knack were close by in a Cleft n the Bank toward the West. Two ones of records with the Medicine Chi and a Flag of a staff were beside the tent. None of the dead had boots. Their feet were covered with rags tied on. In the pockets of All were pieces of Burnt skin and of clothing which they had eaten. The hands of All were More of less Burnt and it looked As if when dying they had crawled into the fire. Boyd wins laying Over the fire his clothing being burned through to the Skink which was not burned. Collins face was covered with cloth. All bodies were carried to the top of the Hill 300 feet High about forty versus to the Southwest from where they were found and there interred in a mausoleum constructed of Wood from the scow built in the form of a Pyramid Twenty two feet Long and seven High surrounded by a Cross Twenty two feet High and a foot Square Hen out of Drift Wood and conspicuous at a distance of Twenty vests. The mausoleum was. Covered with stones and is to he sodded in the Spring. The Cross is Insi Fried with the record and names of the dead Cut in by the search party. After completing the Tomb the party separated to search the Delta for traces of Chipps people. Melville went to the Northwest to part of the Delta and West As far Stile Alene River. Zinderman took the Center and Bartlett the Northeast. Zinderman and Bartlett found nothing. Mell lle has not yet returned. The search is to be extended to Cape Borshay and the Bay of that name. They expect to finish in time to reach Yakutsk or Verkho Zarsk before the Rivers break up. If they do not finish be cae that time they will have to Retreat to the foot of the foot of the Hills and mountains wifi the natives until the water Falls As the whole of the Delta is covered with water in the Spring to a depth of four feet and in some places to Twenty feet above the level of the River otherwise they would have buried the dead where they found were Fott teen occupants of the first Cutter under lieutenant de Long. Of these Winderman and Noros left their comrades to obtain assistance and were cared for by the natives. Erickson Seaman died october 7, As appears from de Long s record subsequently discovered. The following Are the eleven men remaining whose bodies were discovered by Engineer Melville As related by or. Gilder lieutenant George w. De Long or. James m. Ambler Jerome j. Collins Henry Kaack Adolph dressier Carl Gorz Walter Lee Neils i Orson George Boyd Alexy a Sam. The following were the occupants of the second Cutter search for which is being continued lieutenant Charles w. Chipp Captain William Dunbar Alfred Sweetman Henry Warren Peter Johnson Edward Star Albert Kaline. Tennesse democratic convention. Nashville june 19.�?the democratic state convention will assemble to Morrow and Many of the delegates Are already on hand. The debt question is the disturbing element and the action of the convention is the subject of general discussion. It can be said that to e body will be guilty of the a Wisdom of denouncing the settlement of the debt question reached by the recent legislature. What precise action will be taken by the state credit men in consequence of this course when it a adopted by their Fellows is not yet fully outlined. The probability seems that the recalcitrant element without having a candidate of their own will vote straight out for Hawkins the Republican governor. Gamblers sentenced. St. Hours june 19.�?robert Pate Henry Pate Peter Manning Arthur Lyons and August Todtman fio of the principal gamblers against whom indictments have been standing for some time and who have been making a bitter fight against the Johnson Law which declares gambling a felony pleaded guilty in the criminal court and were sentenced this afternoon by judge Davitt arrives in new York he explains Hir mls bion to America and defends his Liverpool speech proposed Aid for the tenant Farmer. New York june 18.�?a-? already announced the steamship germanic which took on Board at Queenstown Ireland thu Patriot and land league organizer Michael Davitt arrived Here last night. Fire Island and Sandy Hook fail Init to report the approach of the much waited for Steamer the first intimation the citizens reception committee had of the presence of the germanic was that conveyed by the rattling of her chains As she dropped Anchor at quarantine soon after Midnight. The citizens committee and Many Glies a boarded the Steamer Blackbird at the Battery Early in the afternoon of saturday and steamed to the quarantine Doca there to await the new of the sighting of the vessel a news which never came. The company included Salina Davitt a sister of the hero. While awaiting the Steamer the time was pleasantly spent in singing recitations and utter exercises. A trip to Coney Island wms proposed but abandoned As the Blitz Kbyii d wins tied securely to the Dock and the Treani allowed to become exhausted and the tires banked. Supper was partaken of at the italian Hote near the Dock the articles needed for the Comfort of i be party procured. A committee Cousin Stii. Of p. Foley and a. E. Ford visited Trio r.y-1-Dence of the health Pilicer and secured a per Niit to take Davitt from the Ocean vessel and carry him up the Bav to the cite. His coming was impatiently waited for. Tie citizens committee and arranged a very pleasant order of exercises which however fell through owing to the circumstances noted above attending Davitt s arrival. programme included an Earnest address of Welcome by professor j. P. Brophy on t a part of the citizens of new York. After Midi igbo when the rattling of Quot he chains proclaimed the arrival of some vessel there was much anxiety As to whether it was the germanic or the Spain also due. The new arrival proved to be the germanic the Spain arriving half a hour later. Foley and Ford immediately put Oil in a Small boat a ind boarded the vessel. Ford soon returned with the Welcome intelligence that Davitt was on Board and in Good health. He brought with him or. Redmond who rec lived b Hearty reception in the absence of his chief. Or. Foley remained on Board the germanic with or. Davitt. After Mitch delay steam raised on the Blackbird and an attempt made to get alongside the dreamer but the Captain of the latter would not permit this and the Blackbird was compelled to return to new York where she arrived about 4 o clock with Redmond but without the greater Gult at Davitt. Toe Region Davitt did not come aboard the Blackbird was shouted from the deck of the germanic by Foley who stated it was an impossibility for Davitt with Only one Arm to swing himself into the Small boat and that he could be seen at the company s pier As he landed from the Steamer germanic which was at her Dock at the foot of West Quot tenth Street by 7 30 sunday Tao Riding and Davitt accompanied by Only one Friand was hurriedly drawn to the Everett House Union Square where a suit of rooms had been engaged for him and which adjoins the old Moffatt mansion the Headquarters of the Fen ans in the Days of the Ascendancy in this country. There was no demonstration whatever and the proposed reception proved an utter failure. The affair had been badly managed seeming to be without a head everybody giving orders and no one obeying them. Davitt seemed not at All displeased but rather satisfied. He had not to listen at least to one and probably two Long addresses and make responses. At the hotel Davitt cordially invited a number of reporters who awaited his coming to his apartments and after removing some of i travelling gear sat Down and informed the scribes that he was at their service and willing and ready to answer any Oral questions that might be put to him. He was Assed first As to his plans. These were he stated twelve Days lecturing through the states under the auspices of a committee of the land league Between this cite and Chicago. He had intended speak Insi at Boston Quot saturday night but the icebergs and fog prevented his arrival in Jioje. He should however proceed to Boston tuesday and maybe speak there in the evening. The object of his visit was two fold Firsti to contradict the rumours of a split in the land league movement a likelihood of there being a difference Parnell and himself. Second to cd Plain the work done in Ireland by the l i Dies land league in sustaining eve it. J people building houses and the m5 a e Nance in the Law courts of tenants Lig Quot miss Parnell had been interested with report of the league since its Atit a a copy of which would be sent to All Brutico. A and to the Public through the press Quot i speech in the Academy of Siisi. A i shall Deal with the present Situ Atic Ireland and will give the details of the. Departure the new schemes and get i away these rumours of a rupture bet. Parnell and myself. So far As Tivey Ai e a corned you May say that we Are in per Accord and i consider affairs in were never in so Hope til condition. L Serpool speech of which Only Gar fragments have been published hero used to Misri pre ent me was not Intel a i to Controvert the old programme but w. Iii reply to the Challenge of the tory pro it j defy any one who reads that speech t that it is communistic in its nature. Simply an explanation of the cry tii land for the people Quot and to show hot a affects Parnell Aud myself i shall Sii it quote from it. The quotation was in doing this i Ltd Lay myself open to suspicion of Dilu. from or. Parnell Aud it vat of Ray Collea. U in the land league to Vincnt but the a it is there is not a particle More of differ Quot a in the opinion Between the member for it it a and myself upon this question than to Quot us a a w88 when we first stood together upon a Ablie platform in Westport three years Ai o. Parnell advocated peasant proprietary. A a it in favor of the land becoming the natio? property of Ireland. If a peasant proprietary is conceded either by lord Salisbur when he gets into Power or by glad a one before he gets out 1 am perfectly a Tisi Jed that the Purchase Money that must be jul Vance by the stale for carrying out such a scheme will become the title deed of the state to the land. Believing this to be inevitable from the a roving poverty of Irish agriculture 1 am almost indifferent As to whether Parnell s plan or my now be adopted but As i was first to raise the cry Quot the land for the people Quot i think the time has now come for giving a Clear definition of what i mean and propose. I wish to state distinctly continued Davitt that no new departure is meant or a split against what has Quot been endorsed by Parnell and the plan will probably be adopted. It differs Only in this that instead of requiring the tenant Farmers to pay the Purchase Money for the fee simple of land it would Call upon the Farmers to pay a land tax that would be equivalent to about half the rent now paid landlords and lord Salisbury has almost taken this up i mean that it so uld i for per. Petal Possession of the land. I worked the a fian out in Portland i ii son and am very sorry i Ever left to Ere but it the landlords Are waiting for a difference Between Parnell and myself Thoy Wil wait till the twentieth Century. They might just As Wall Call me a Cannibal As a communist and i would be a madman to propose such a thing. Speaking of the coercion Bill Davitt said that since his Imperio Nugent he had Cra sled through the Rno Xart of ire Atid and thought the people viewed the a tasers with indifference. Of course the Petty of tie Bill would arouse the Rei pie to oui Ges and these the leaders fear As tiny Tell against them in Exi Erual opinion Ami can injure no one but t a land la tie. Davitt expresses i condemnation of the cowardly of Friendly englishmen in pin jail Park the growing i in ror of the people in a la a Tel Aud said was a general impression it was the w a k of Laiks words to Incie h9 ii glib a i pie against Parnoll s co version of of be a a the Only parties Wiio would profit by it Quot would be Liose opposed to the and the odium would mail upon the . Gladstone s Posi Idun he critical particularly in the egy it tau question and the bringing Forward of the arrears Bill and second attempt to Deal with the inti act and its failure justify the of Parnell. Tiie arrears Bill was a Coni and the Lana act a failure. Of minister Lowell the agitator a u he knew very Little of his own opine n he thinks the flame lies no so much on Lowell As it duf.5 Uii the government at Quot Washington. He a Aysh a will not enter parliament again As he can a More effective work outside. Lanui Ordiso As a system he claims is broken and demoralized and the que Tion of self govern evil via follow in tic Wake of the land league movement As poetic ally the landlords Are Tiow a myth. Davitt will re Arr. At the Exir n of two weeks in order to hold a conference wit n Parnell and other leaders aider the passage of the cd Civ n Bill. His Secretary Redmond will Rera Ain Here to comply e his political education. The British government to said had considered Redmond such a terror Uliey had Ioc Quot ked him up. Later in the Day or immediately Eiter luncheon the Conini Vitee of Citize resumed i Large of Davit and , and in the of the hotel so Brophy read an a of Welcome. Davitt in response spoke As follows pkofes.? Purky and wish i could my appreciation o the Welcome sex leaded me on the part of the citizens of 2\ew York As eloquently As you have worded the kindly greeting just Given. I presume no real is expected from me to tie various topics touched upon in the addresses As i m a fairly be expected to Deal with them in my Pablic utterances while in this country. I have invariably made it a Point to answer All compliments As i reply to Adverse namely by my acts in behalf of Ireland. It these have won your kind approval in the Pat i am confident nothing wih be done by me trial will justify the with Didwal of your sym thy Quot in the future. In Noi Iticia movements As in other affairs it is for Maii to plea a every one and of course i can not Lay claim to exempt on from faults Itiat Are incidental to everybody. If i try to serve the cause of Ireland to the Best of my ability i Hope i May meet the wishes and fulfil the expect Aimont of my numerous fru ills on both sides of the Atlantic. Thanking you once More gentlemen for your generous Welcome to new York i beg you will accept the expire Ripon of my sincerest after a general handshaking the committee retired and Davitt spent the remainder of the afternoon writing letters and completing the details of his Campaign in America. Cleak Arices. Review of the week s exchanges at the principal cities Boston june 19.�?from the Posi Quot the following table shows the total Gross exchanges at Twenty five Lead log Clearing houses in the United states Twenty four for the week ending june 17, and one l Iuis Villa for the week ending june 15 is Quot a York..3,g.?5 ,,442 pliiladelphia58,34y,435 chicago41.015.960 uincinnaft.1,595,000 st. Louis1,629,911 baltimore.11,00c,168 san francisco12,520,625 louisville7,1 52, 240 pittsburg.7,8.55,442 Milwaukee 418,001 Nev orleans/.0i 0,601 hnnidencc.4,4i5&.764 =ascity331,045 Cleveland 2,539,247 itidiauapolis1 920,oco ,7 2y,71& colunibus1,005,927 pioria9s. ,146 purtlaiid1,01. ,112 j _ ,062 .,510 a ,�?�0,682 lowell577,589 -vr�ciisf4 9,641 thai. 77,316,484 oxide Kaw York. 6 i,0i0,790 Columbus and Portland my ii.,.i i to iils. The Statema ii i Eek on it whole is i re Taij los than Mut let to. It a. The ot�ring3 ast week were $1,077.3lf& 461. Against m 8 the previous of pc spared �1 i if corresponding wet k i. Ytit. The a a Nti Ige of decrease is Mil. Than a h. Tiie week a a i f a a Greg ate it Rita of of Deci ease . I. Coir wit i the correspond int v. last year a. A 3 it or cent., Tiv the of 15 . Lat week Aud one of 1 per cent. week. Kentucky a it a ky., june 19.�?.lohn Cham i Campbell Hopper Hall a altercation i in in this county i dict Cham. S hot and died from the Elvo cts last Bopf or s Eye was k locked out and otherwise seriously injured but not y. Hipper was taken Oitt by n party so tue time since and whipped and a accused Chambers of Beim we the him ice the trouble Lii Sci so Liot i crashed Laco an n. B., tune 10 a Quot Anse rican Rier Quot Massasoit Quot inner a. I sail it d into an immense. Bank .,�?�3 at once. Five of to. A a a went with the vessel. Toe . C item cookout from seeing the terrible Cyclone. Mkt Opolis june 19.�?a terrible Cyclone i truck this Civy yesterday evening blowing Down several houses and killing Dick j Turner capsizing and Sinaci a Tho Steamer j Jennie Walker and scattering harvested Vrh eat in the Viii Ity. The is heavy an Engineer a hed. Louisville june 19.�?j. W. Stephenson j the Well known Steamboat Engineer lately i at Vork engineering on a . Engine at j Milltown was killed in the Tunnell at Edwardsville by rocks falling on him Furchi the i of of the Tunnel

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