BRIEF STORY OF DEATH AND DESTRUCTION IN STORM
The steamer J. M. Jenks, which was thought lost, is safe near Midland, although it's reported that she is aground.
The steamer Wexford is missing and it is stated in a dispatch from Canada that several bodies have floated ashore, on which were found Wexford life belts.
The Northern Queen is on the rocks near Port Frank. The whole crew have been saved.
The Harvey Kendall due here Monday with the steambarge Pentland has not as yet been heard from. She is owned by Myron Mills and others.
Steamer Pentland not yet heard from.
Steamer Alpena, of Wyandotte reported upon her arrival at Alpena that she sighted a lumber vessel sunk in Lake Huron.
Among the steamers that are reported missing are the Hartwell, Simon Langell and Stewart, thought lost on Lake Superior.
Many ships in peril.
J. T. Hutchinson, aground on Iroquois Point.
Huronic aground in Whitefish Bay.
Unidentified boat ashore at Copper Point.
Howard M. Hanna, ashore at Point Aux Barques and pounding to pieces.
The Regina, 242 foot freighter, lost with all on board.
Reprinted from the Port Huron Times-Herald,