San Francisco, CA (off coast) Steamer COLIMA Disaster, May 1895

COLIMA WAS OVERLOADED.

WHEN THE STORM CAME SHE COULD NOT KEEP HER HEAD UP.

THE LIST OF THE SAVED AND LOST.

Terrible Scenes Before the Steamer Went Down -- Mad Fight for Life in the Raging Seas -- Women All Lost.

San Francisco, June 1 -- The Pacific Mail Company has furnished the following list of the lost and saved in the Colima wreck. It is as nearly complete as possible:
The Saved.
The list of survivors is as follows:
ALBANO, DOMINGO, Central America.
AVELES, RAYMOND, San Francisco.
BOYD, W. H., New York.
CARPENTER, A., San Francisco; seaman.
CHILLBERG, J. G., railroad builder, Seattle.
EMANUEL, JOSE, San Jose.
FISH, J., seaman.
GERDE, BRUTO, seaman of steamer Portland.
GONZALES, RICHARD, employe Pacific Mail Company.
GUITERRIZ, ANGEL, San Jose.
HANSEN, O., San Francisco, third officer of Colima.
JOHNSTON, FRED, San Francisco; seaman.
LANGRAVE, LOUIS, Mazatlan.
LARALUER, _____, San Jose.
MAREL, JOSE, seaman, of steamer Portland.
ORIEL, J. G., Stockton.
PETERS, LOUIS H., for San Jose.
RAMON, G., San Blas.
RAP, JUAN, Mazatlan.
RATAN, _____, San Jose.
REUIZ, CARLOS, San Jose.
RICHARDSON, A. K., San Francisco, storekeeper of Colima.
ROSS, GEORGE D., steerage.
SALIZ, JOSE ANTONIO, seaman of steamer Portland.
SARALIN, TOMASI, Mazatlan.
SUTHERLAND, W. J., contractor, Seattle.
VIDAS, ENRIQUE, Mazatlan; merchant.
ZANGARAB, L. L., San Jose.

The Lost.
Cabin Passengers.
The complete list of missing cabin passengers is as follows:
ALDEY, J. H., Red Lands, Cal.
ALONZO, ALFRED.
BRAINERD, MRS. L. E., San Francisco.
BREWER, MRS. L. R., and three children, San Francisco.
BRYAN, D. F., Red Lands, Cal.
CHUNG, LANG, Chinese merchant, San Salvador.
CUSHING, C. S., Oakland, Cal.
DAVIS, MISS BESSIE, Portland, Oregon.
IRVING, MRS. C., Tapachula.
MARCOS, RICHARD, merchant, Acajutlan, Mexico.
MUELLER, MISS HELEN, California.
ORME, C. A. E., London, England.
PHELPS, MATILDA, Seattle, Washington.
ROBERTS, J. E., San Diego, Cal.
ROBERTS, MRS. J. E., San Diego, Cal.
SPEARIN, N. S., Seattle, Washington.
STUCKMAN, CHARLES, San Francisco.
THORNTON, MRS. CHARLES M., wife of a railroad builder, City of Mexico.
WHITING, PROF. HAROLD, wife and four children, California.
Steerage Passengers.
The complete list of steerage passengers is as follows:
BUCKLEY, W. P., New York.
CARRY, DENNIS, crippled seaman, going to Ireland.
CONSTANTINES, ______.
COOLIDGE, C. L., New York.
CREWE, JOHN W., United States training ship Independence; ordered to New York for duty.
DA LATEAU, F., Vienna.
DESAME, JOSE, Panama.
EUSCOW, H. J., San Francisco.
GALITIE, PETER, San Francisco.
GLOCK, MRS. A., and two children, Tacoma.
KELLER, JOHN, Derry.
MARTIN, ALBERT, Sacramento.
McMERRILL, ALLEN, for New York.
McMERRILL, MARY, daughter of ALLEN.
NOUWEIN, JOHANNUS, United States training ship Independence; ordered to New York for duty.
NUWEREN, H. V., New York.
ROMAIN, CHARLES, Sacremento.
SHOENFELDT, J., Hamburg.
SILVERA, FELIX, Panama.
STEIN, JOHN, an Eastern man.
TOURO, N., Vienna.
WALSKE, C., United States training ship Independence; ordered to New York for duty.
Forty-six Chinese, who were in transit between Hong Kong and Panama, and who were transferred from the China to the Colima the day before the latter vessel sank.

The Officers And Crew.
ADAMS, C. A., sailor.
BAYLON, JOHN, sailor, San Raefel, Cal.
BRETT, EDWIN, chief baker.
CALLIN, H., porter.
CAPIANO, FIDEL, pantryman.
CHANDLER, C. A., sailor.
DORGAN, J. S., oiler, San Francisco.
DAILEY, J., sailor, San Raefel, Cal.
DALEY, D., sailor, San Raefel, Cal.
DINNISON, JAMES, sailor.
FRANCIS, H. C., sailor.
GRIFFITHS, D. E., First Officer.
GRAY, THOMAS, machinist, San Francisco.
HACKETT, J., sailor, San Raefel, Cal.
HARMON, J., sailor, San Raefel, Cal.
HUNTER, A., mess man.
HODGES, HENRY, sailor.
JOHNSON, J., cook.
LANGHARNE, GEORGE, second officer, Oakland.
MAHONEY, W. H., oiler, San Francisco.
McCARTHY, J., sailor, San Raefel, Cal.
McMURRAY, WILLIAM, sailor, San Raefel, Cal.
MURPHY, D. E., newsboy, San Raefel, Cal.
McDONALD, F., sailor, San Raefel, Cal.
NELSON, steerage, steward, New York.
OLIVER, FRANK G., sailor.
PUNMAN, JOHN, sailor, San Raefel, Cal.
POLK, CHARLES, sailor.
PAULSON, GEORGE, sailor.
ROONEY, A., sailor, San Raefel, Cal.
RODENUUIE, C., sailor, San Raefel, Cal.
RAHDER, JACOB, machinist, San Francisco.
RENWICK, W. K., oiler, San Francisco.
RUSH, M. M., sailor.
SHIRLOCK, CHRIST, sailor, San Raefel, Cal.
SELY, JOSE, second baker.
SWIM, WILLILAM, third cook.
SCHULTZ, CHARLES, sailor.
THOMAS, MISS MINNIE, stewardess, England.
TAYLOR, JOHN F., Captain.
THOMPSON, ALEXANDER, sailor.
WAFER, WILLIAM, purser, Oakland.
WINTON, H. N., second steward.
WENLUFF, W., butcher.
WEEKS, JOHN, second cook.
WRIT, WILLLIAM, sailor

The New York Times New York 1895-06-02