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AMERICAN FIRES.

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AMERICAN FIRES. DETAILS OF THE FOREST CONFLAGRATIONS. TEIiRIBLE LObS OF LIFE. A Central News telegram from New York on Tuesday says-The latest details from the region devastated by the great forest firas on Sunday show that 27 towns were either wholly or partially burned. The estimated loas of pro-j porty, without including the standing pine trees burned, is 5 000,000 dollars. It is thought that the heavy rains whteh prevailed throughout the whole of Monday will prevent any furtiier spread ut the fire in Wisconsin and Minnesota, bat the situation in Northiu-n Michigan iH still very threatening. The death roll at Hinckley eon. tuines to swell as the search among the rains there progresses. The original estimate of 300 burned in the town will b> greatly exoeedod Numbers of charred bodies a.re still Dtlinr.c found in the adjacent forest and brought in for inter- ment. THE WORK OF RESCUE. A Reuter s telegram from New York Oil Tues- day says: A reporter of the St. Paul's "I'ioueer lJress" ha« visited the somes of the forest fires, and estimates the number of dead as followsHinokley, 200; Sandstone, 62, txsuides 21 missing: Miller, 12, Viet ween Skunk Lake and Miller. 12; t'okegamt, 28; lumber camps and other pluoes, 30. A aiirv.vor, m describing the scenes at Sandstoiie, stated that everything innammaijle was destroyed, and that the streets were now only lines of sand between lie*<ys of ashes- Within the lines lay forty bodi?s, scattered at random, and 22 more were found m tiie outskirts oi the marshes towards the river. All ot ttioni were rapidly deuoinjXMittg. The intensity of the fir-js can he iet-n by the fart that the corduroy roads. made of iijgs buried under seseral fed oi eurtli. are entirely eucen oat, the are wprkiu^ its wa.y through under tin. entiit width of load. Relbttt pill tl&\ have worked ht-i-oioitiiy, and, besides rt*»uing survivor!), have burM^l b5 dead bodies. The remains of tile Vitaifct* «L Hmokiey who havu not bueit id«r»tJiied have been [>iarod iu. u6 bt»ie»i, and wiil he buried tod,<y, as weil M thirteen bodies winch have beeu claimed by reWÙ.œ, Ki-'iLC'iH OF THE DISASTER A later telegram through Router's AÍ;wl:Y says:—Alter Tuesday the <-orjwes which are fouad will be b»>ried immediately, as they are literally iailiu'jf to pieces ill m-t cases. A strenucus eudeavour is lieiug matie tlj idan- tify the aien who Aieiv known to have liia t insurance. A body wat found on Mouday III a near the spot where the trai1l i dnveu by the brave «jngiueer Root oame to a II standstill It tuM be^n identified õI.¡; that <yf Mr. Otto iSowif/. general i^a^ensjor agei t of the I>ulut-ii and Wininpc.s- Railroad, and he iM supposed to have l>een a paAsengei' by I the train. .1mm,g;¡t those who are believed to iuve fallen victims to the Ba me,< arr Mrs. John M'Nan\«ra and her daughter, of Pine City. The husband went to Sansisteiie Bud I'lentified his w :f' by he;- spectacles ana clothincr. A sum vr 3,^0 ,!ol'ars wap f'>ud on Mrt:. M'Nainara, and her husband who I cannot Ixdieve that his w ..e twn so inueii I money 111 her possession, hopes he has made ¡ a aiistaice. and that his wife and daughter j are still living. Another man identified the j blac-kened reu»atns of a wt man as those of I his wue. but whc>n he siiS^setiuentily pr<x»ee'leri by train to I'inc Citv he found his wife alive and well in the train. Men who ''1'8 coinjjo- ] tent to give an opinion, estimate fhttt the ;!reft, im;"pt '«v the fires x>n I ained 150 nnlliou I of pili". tmm, two thirds .( which belo:>ged to the Diamoiu! ifatch 'Y»mp:tny. The tim- s>ev is not ail destroyed, but what remains will have io be 1,:1t this year to rt funu I worm? Tiie wagos «.[ logmen have already been raised or.e-foyi-th. The Governor of Minnesota Oil Monday i«6<ied a proclamation appealing for '•oiitnbutions for the relief of the sufferers, and appointing » omiiii; tee to disburse fund* -utaenhed. Elaborate re- lief arrangements havo already been < arriec! out i.r tiie people of St. Paul, raid of every cicy and town in tlte n-.n-tli-west p:trt of the Stab- Tiie railroads are rapidly recovering front the dela^r and eonumon '^used by th« fir«v. and all aie earryiiip provisions and othtr »apjilies at ecv-t pi:ioe. In explain infi the cause of the fires a railroad ofKoiai said thev werr I probabiv due to the gre»t amount of brush rnhbisl) left in the ra,oid. tx>ostruet;on of .ailroads, and also !o the Urge qnantity of I. waste Ituni.ar 1,.£t l>y losriv-t; who ,hl not t?ko t-lu; precaution of cleaning up the asid b.H-ing it. The sni >ke from the fire< is making navigation dangerous ott all the •rroat lake? t»xeept Lake 0» kario. From Dulut!) to B'irTa-lo tli«j smoke i-- wi thick tha' it is impossible to see on the lak-i l)evai,d a •rroat hke., t»xeept Lake 0» kario. From Dulut!) to B'irTa-lo tli«j smoke i-- wi thick tha' it is impossible to see on the lak-i l)evai,d a I distMMW "f a- few ieet. Along the south ?h'>re of Lake Suoerior obieots cannot he dis- i<et7ied at a distance of a few huodr?d yards, and mar v vessel 3 are reported to ha\e stranded om the shore of th-a lake.

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