Excerpt from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 61: June to November, 1880
Steamer Darita sunk, 155; Explosion in London, Eng land, 155; Powder-mill Explosion near San Francisco, 155; Tornado in Missouri and Arkansas, 155; Accident at Madison Square Garden, New York, 155 Tornado at Macon, Mississippi, 317 Fires at Rixford, Pennsylvania, Kinderhook, New York, Stuyvesant, New York, and Milton, Pennsylvania, 317; Railroad Accident near Santa. Cruz, California, 317 Forest Fires in Southern New J er sey, 317; training-ship Atalanta lost, 317 Cyclone at Savoy, Texas, 484; Powder Explosion near Ghent, 485; Bridge at Pau, 485; Tornado, Iowa, 485; Fire-damp Ex plosion, Germany, 485 Steamer Narragansett sunk, 485 Cuba Espafiola Explosion, 485 water-spout near Dres den, 485; City of New York burned, 645 Seawanhaka burned, 645; Earthquake in Luzon, 645; Colliery Ex plosion, Wales, 645; Loss of Steamer Zanzibar, 645; Hudson River Tunnel Entrance caved in, 645; Powder Explosion at Kosk, Russia, 803; steam-yacht Mamie cut in two, 803; Railway Collision at May's Landing, New Jersey, 803 Hurricane, Jamaica, 956 Steamer Ma rine City burned, 956; Steamer City of Vera Cruz lost, 956; Explosion on the Volga, 956 Seaham Colliery Ex plosion, 956; Steamer Aurora sunk, 956.
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