From the New York Herald.
THE EVENING STAR DISASTER.
Another Boat's Crew Saved.
. QtARAXTISt ANrtlOllAOKrjro'lTH')
or St. John's River. Florida,
! 'October 11, ISM. )
The second tnato of tbeill fated Eve
ning Stnr, Wm. Goklio, rtrnndi-ri on
lli ia fhore, about four miles below the
bar, at ten o'clock nt niht of tho 8th.
and BuccrcJeil in reacting tliia hamlet
the next tnorninp, ntler walking twelve
miles through swmnp and jungle. 11 is
account of the dinnntcr is Milistnntinlly
, tho same as that published, except
that bis boat was entirely tilled with
f 'avengers, all but four of whom won
ad ios. lie lost nil his oars when the
steamship went down, and had noth
ing but a small pieco of board to nnvi
gate with. From repeatedly being
c apsized ho lost nil but four of tho la
dies,, there being left nine persons, all
told, in tho boat. This happened du
ring the first forty-eight hours, lie
then took a shirt from one of the jren-
tlemen, his own being torn off, mid
rigged a sail by putting a eros bar
through the arms and lushing an up
right piece to it.
BKFonE roMirm is simrr or land.
one man and ono woman died,' and
were thrown overboard. The rest of
the men and one lady became insano
from thirst and hunger, and jumped
overboard. This lull thematoand two
young women, Miss Rosa Howard ami
Miss .Annie Norton. They knew on
the night of the 8lh that they- were
near a port, from the feeble gfiincring
of tho ships lantern, which is allowed
to disgrace this lighthouse; but the la
dies were nearly insensiblo. Fortu
nately a slight rain came on at dark,
and ilr. Goldie wrung a small quanti
ty of water into their mouths, obtained
by spreading n small piece of petticoat
on the after-thwarts. This greatly re
vived them and reopened their stiffen
ed jaws. They were sitting in the
bottom of the boat quietly, hands
clasped on his knees, when the boat
entered the breakers, he steering with
the piece of board. Tho boat passed
through two breakers successfully, but
capsized in the third, in water so'shal
low that Cioldie's feet touched bottom
at once. He reached slioro quickly,
shouted to his companions and went
into tho eurf as far as tho undertow
would permit, but neither saw nor
heard them again. They, undoubtedly,
in their enfeebled condition, forsix days
without food or water, other than one
small fish, and tho rain of Monday
evening; uluit without clothing; ex.
posed to almost a tropical sun ; were
drowned at once. They could not
mako the,ona small eftort'that would
have crowned their hcroio endurance
with success. T'ho body of Miss Annie
Norton (printed Addio in the list of
jassengcrs of theSavannuli News) was
bund, anil buried next morning above
high-water mark. She was from Lii;
Island. The place of burial is veil
known, should her relatives desire to
regain the body or transfer it to tho
Catholic cemetary here. Miss Rosa
Howard's body (there is noJRosn How
ard, but Rosa Burns, in the same list)
was iouna inc same evening by two
fishermen, but their cowardly droad
would not permit them to touch it. It
was agaiu nueii by a little boy who was
unable to move il out of tho surf. I
havo offered rewards and bent expedi
tions in search of it, thus far without
success, and shall send somo of my
boatmen again at low water to-dav.
with directions to bring it or secure it,
if possible. If I find it alter sending
this letter to-morrow at daylight 1
will have it buried in tho cemetery
grounds of the Catholic church, and aJ
viso j-ou of the fact.'
THE CONDUCT OP THE LADIES DURING THE
The courago, patience, obedience of
directions, heroic, quiet endurance of
thirst and hunger and of an almost
tropical sun. ot'all the ladies, is spoken
of by Mr. Goldio as being beyond
praice ; but Miss Howard (who had but
a chemise, with her name on its front)
and Miss Norton (who had, in addition
to that garment, a sort of worsted sack,
trimmed with dark trimming, and
made to be worn with a belt) who sur
vived tho rest of tho passengers, were
brave, gentle, ladylike, uncomplaining,
ablo to obey directions, desirous of as
sisting themselves and others to tho
utmost they were heroines. That
they should havo failed at tho last mo
ment, after such heroic struggles, is
Had to think of. They needed but tho
6teel-liko muscles of tho officer to havo
Bocured success. Miss Norton was
about twenty years of age, quite tall,
with dark hair. Miss Howard, on the
contrary, wus not above five feet ono
and a half or two inches, and sixteen
or seventeen years of age; both re
markablo fine lookingwomen ; tho hair
of tho latter was also dark. Tho last
named lady was from the city of New
I send you this account, received
from Mr. Goldio and tho fisherman of
tho beach, that I tnav possibly, if but
in u small degree, Bolten the anguish, of
tne relatives oi those who perished on
Ill-fated steamer, knowing that your
widely circulated paper will reach
every homestead desolated by this fear
In addition, I think It duo .to Mr,
Goldio to'stato that ho has proved him
self capable of all those powers and
virtues which render ft bravcsailor tho
trusted one of thosu committed to his
boaf men found fho remains this
afternoon-.-- The shnrlts, phrwrrtvy
marks of the teeth on th bna, bad
destroyed most of tho body; "It was of
that, of a rather small femalo ; a nearly
. . ......i i , .r
vniire iooi im ui'iii -ineiy mm oeauii
fully framed, and lmd ulvVny. bee'ri in
cased in n light shoo. 1 buried there
mains in tho inclosed lot, appropriated
to soldiers and sailoi's who pcrislied in
tne late war. ; i i .: t i i
Another Boat's Crew Saved. Roger Williams--Search for his
Remains--His Body Absorbed
by the Roots of a Tree--A
Rev. J. Hf MjGaktv, of Ciicinnati,
is writing a series- of very rntcrtnining
articles for the Ladies' Repository, on
Rocier Williams, tho founder of the
Slato of Khodo Island.', In Jhe last
number we find the following curious
and interesting statement concerning
the remains of tho distinguished titan :
Ninety years after his dcatJi, in 1771
steps wciv taken to erect to htm some
suitable monument, but the storms of
tho Revolution came on and tho work
was forgotten. Hul recently the ques
tion has been agitated anew", and Will
iams may yet nt least have somo out
ward sign to mark his greatness and
perpetuate his name. Httring a per
iod of one hundred and eigldy-threo
years not even a rough stone has been
set up to mark the grave of tho founder
of Rhode Island, till the precise locali
ty of his 'grave had been almost for
gotten, and could only bo ascertained
by the most carelul investigation.
Suffice it to sav, however, the spot was
found, an-' tho exhumation made a
short time ago. though there was little
loOxhume. Ou scraping off the turf
from the surface of the trround, the
dim outlines of seven graves, contained
within less than one siiuarw rod, reveal
ed the burial ground of Roger Will
iams. In colonial times each family
had its own burial ground.which was
usually near the family! residence.
I hree of these seven graves were those
ot children, the remaining four were
adults. The easterly grave was iden
tified as that of Mr. Williams. On dig
ging dowu into the '"charnnl houe,"
it was fonnd that every thing had
parsed iuU oblivion. The shapes of
i ne coinns touiu only be trncea by a
dark line of carbonaceous matter, the
thickness of the sides of the coffins,
with their ends, distinctly defined.
The lusted reinuin of the hinges .and
nails, with ft fvv fragments of wood
and a round knot, wits :ftl that could
be gathered from his grave. In the
gravo of hid wife there was not a traco
of any thing save a single- lock of
braided huir, which had survived the
lapse of more than ono hundred and
eighty years. Near the grave btood a
venerable Mpple tree, when and by
whom plunted, is not known. Tins
tree had sent two of its main roots into
the graves of Mr. and Mrs. Williams.
The larger root had pushed- its way
through tho earth till it ruached the
rocise spot occupied by tho skull of
ioger Williams. J. here, making a
turn, us if going round the skull, it l'ol
lowol the direction of tho backbone to
the hips. Hero it divided into two
brunches, sending one along1 each leg
to the heel, where they both turned up
ward to the toes. One of these roots
formed a slight crook at . the knee,
which makes the whole bear a very
close resemblance to n human form.
This singular rout is preserved with
great care, not only as an .'illustration
of a great principle in vegetation, but
for its great historic association.. There
were t he graves; emptied of every par
ticle of human dust ! Not U. trace of
any thing was left ! It is known to
chemistry that all flesh and gelatinous
matter civing consistency to tho bones
are resolved into carbonic acid gas,
water and air, while the solid linie
dust usually remains. But in this case
even the phosphate of lime ofthe bones
of both graves was all gone! There
stood tho "guilty apple tree," as was
said at the time, caught in tho very
act of robing the gravo."
To explain tho phenomenon is not
the design of this article. Such an ex
planation could bo given, and many
other similar cases adduced. But this
fact must be admitted : tho organic
matter of Roger Williams had been
transmitted into the apple tree ; it had
passed into tho woody fiber, and wus
capable of propelling a steam engine ;
it had bloomed in the apple blossoms,
and had become pleasant to tho eye ;
and, more, it had gone into the . fruit
from year to year, so that tho question
might be asked, ho ate Roger il-
liumsf . , , . j
Cim.i) 15 itt en by Rats. Wo men
tioned in tho DiHacth of Monday that
H small child of Mr. Jhon V. liarncs,
on Church Hill, had been very badly
burned. Since that timu tho litllo suf
ferer has been again ufllieted. Its
parents weru awakened in the night by
its Kcreainn, and on going to tho crib in
which it billet they found that a largo
rat had bitten it in several nluces about
tho fneo und neck. The tooth marks
of tho rat on th right eyebrow, tho up
per lip, tho neck, and u hole through
tho child's tongue, showed the ferocity
of tho attack. (liichmcnd Dispatch,
Matrimonial. Two widowers wcro
once condoling toother on tho death
of their wives., Ono of them exhumed,
with n sigh :
'Well may I bewail ni)' loss, for I
had so few differences with my clear
deceased that the lust day of my mar
riage wan ns happy as tho first."
'There I surpass you," said the
ft iend, ' for tho lust day of mine m as
bl.w(". . . . .r.
1TiTTTTO VtfCC nil) P'lY. lHr
I: ' ? M Ul I jV
J. KWING, M. D.,
l?iiysucian mid HurgtMu
' M lOSMTZLStlM r, OHIO.,
; . j j
flFFIt'E, In Cast Boom ol llaiinr.'j luw finildiiiir.
;TVri'rf ri'wioli(iH'llpro!npllTiitlTiiU(l ti"W
7-9" Pnrl leiilni" nttonlioii (riven lo I'UcnspS
ol tho Lungs and CUruniu Dini-nntn.
RKSIPENCK, nt thd rnttr..n House, ovr
- A'liitiii A KnliliT i Suro.
W. B. KELLY, -
ti ioi:i.svn.i.i:, oiiio.
Spnoinl otO-nlion Rivon to tiio Irontnunt of
rrofi-sniunol onila Jiroiujitly n -mmhIoiI to,
OFFICE Sdiilliw est furrier of HirPnlilir Sqntire.
li. Jlwtfutly 0nri jirof.-irfilll (ktvIcpi lo
the citizens f MKVnileUritlp nml vieiiiiiy.
Ofllrc, ut tlie Msirqiitirt IIimiso.
K. H. 8TAMIKRY.
w w. rvi.R
STAiMJKUV & PVLK,
Itonuijs at ?alu ,
OFFICE Second Story of .Uorris' Cniltling.
Iepnt bnliip promptly nttenclnl to, nml
fiml utli-Dlion givn to the eolieetioii uf all iloulit
ful eiuiuiH. nu l-ly
J. A. KRI.I.Y
ATTOUNEi'S - AT .-LAW;
OFKl I'll SLatliwel Corner of Public Senate,
M COXNKLSVILI.K, OIIIO.
B A 11 G AO S
JUST AltUIISli-CAt.l. ANT) KXAMINMT,
F. SILL & CO.,
Dry L'umls, liroferirs, Xulimis, Tiiiware, Trunks
IIOUJSE FURNISHING GOODS,
CiMlle Court Iluuv, MToiiiit-U lllr,l.
Jy'f ..." .i v .. . .
WOOD & POND,
and Counselors ( at
M'COX X KUVI LLK. OHIO.
F. B, POND, Notary Public.
. W. B.1IEUGI5SM.D,,
Physician and Surgeon,
rteKpfetfully offei-n liln I'rofi-miuiml 3prvli!C to til
citizens or M'CuuuelHvil'.e i vicluity.
OFFICE, MONT ROOM OVER STOXE'S STORE
Where lie can be fuuiiil nt nil timpn, day or nlylit,
hcu nut iiroloiiuiiMll v nb-i-ut.
Jj2rt ljr . ,
C. It. IAIICLAV.
t. I UKKIIV
Attorneys at Law.
OFFICE OVER BREWSTER & ROBERTS' STORh,
M COSXELSVILLE, OHIO.
B. F. POWER,
ATTORN JY AT LAW,
OFFICE wilh J. E. Hunnu, ffiiltr Sireel.'
M ' 0 O N N EL8VILLK, OHIO
I11KOHM Ul' VOI Til... A vu,u
m.iu Iki hiIIch el lor jeiiin Iron Nervo;m lie
uim.v , i ii-umiiiie, huh mi the lli-c u nl yontliliil in
i)imutiun, trill, lortlie nk(i of Bi.llcriHK luiliianlty
n-nil lite le nil who iii j It, the iweiht uml ilire.v
lioim lor inukinK llio Klnip'e ieinejy i,y whii-li lie
h.ik tnit-u. nuntiem wn.iiinu to iimlit by t Iil- uil
i'itnr n txpei lw.-;e, ('u do u by Uilie'iig, u
isnai- buuuucuiv, tfisil.1 li. ulillHi
No. It C'tdw nt., tivw York
m7- in '
It t M -I
'-Il I '
S---I ( I.
i NK.XT TO TUB POrtTI
in liancj ni ixi'Cllenl a.oiti
TITR ' ROOM
A9 well as a prime stock ok
Leather aiid Shoe Findings
I om piopnred lo m nfc to cnlrr, nti tliurt notice.
onjr thing lu our line. - ; . i
muv.n tis stock on wottKiuNsnir
fr my oM ciKtoinen T Invite n contlnunnrii of
ptronKe, find lo IIikko wild II to be ei,liily
-, 1 1 -1: c 1 ilh llirir pnrlic to Rlre me i liinl.
None but luc bt xto.'k iinod, anil iimuu tut llie
veir beit wmkmen Mtiili'pi.
VI AST I II jST AVO 1 K.
of llif 'ie-t roHnnfti tnre kept -iniiNtly 'n l.nnO,
i mill iw.l In; sulil clinip as tu .lniij.t, ,
r J. W. HOLMES,
NEXT DOOR TO THE fOST-OFFlCE.
M ADA ME
TirOKXTOX. 1h irient
Aitr'jIi'Kiti JUiirvoyuiit mid rnvrboiu-
rirn iaii, who I.jih ij -Ui u i 1 . .1 t!ii si cioiiiilu,
s of the fiM Word, lint now locpted her
I'tit JIu.Jiioii, N.V. Mo. l:mo Thornton no.t-
31-jhi d mii'li woinli ilul iiowt-rt of ii-con.1 ii!ht.
to i -r.ablc Jot to imoiirl knowliolco t l the
rciiicHt iiHiorHiic., to tin- Hinjjlo or lonrnc.l of
tin-r m-x. hilo in n mitp ot trnnoe nhe e-
liuritti's the vi i y Ion t u iv (,f ,,. i,.mon you nr
to iiuirry, no 1 Ly lheiii.1 of an inMruiiii-iil of
inti'ino power, known n the l'ycln'iooti ope,
it'inritiili'ft to inoilnoe a lllc-liUo jii.tnr.i of the
fiit nre IiikI'UhU or wifoof tho iiiiplieiuit, to-
li'T ila ilut" of limn mi:", ii'ihiiioii in lif,:.
l-'ioling ti-iiitu of elinriu'iPr, ic. Thin isnulium
I'tiiC, n thousamlt of toHtimonitils en nnsert.
Shu will ni'iiil, w hen ilium-il, a en iilicil eerlili-
piilo or written t'tiariiiileo that the picture in
whnt it jiurports to be. Hy ctn'loninij a mpall
lock of linir nml ntutlng 1 ac j of hirtli, ngo.din
poailiou and ooinpli-xi.oi, nnd cnclotinf; 60
nt pui nt inn tied en vi-li -ne uddrpte 1 to vour.
fi'lf, you will receive the picture mid dY'sird
in i wi iiiii t i on by return ninil. All eoiiimunioii
tionii (ueredly ciiliili'iil inl. Addreim, in conft
deiiee. Miidiiine 11. F. Tiioruton. 1'. O. llox '2T.I.
Ilml.ton, K. Y. Be2H-:!iii
Bounty ! Bounty !
COLDIKU3. WIDOWS. Ac, Inlerrstt'tl in
U the lute law riiniilinitiB liouiiiles. am Informpd
Hint (lie iinilf inigiiHil i prtiaied to attond to that
kind of I usiuru with diiutcU and ou icaaouuhle
Widows, t'liililrt'u or tlic Farcnts of Soldier
who died In icrvlce of disease or wounds eonlraeled
oi received In line ol duty, will rmelve tlie nime
oniouiit us would luive been paid the aoldier hi In
tel!' had he nerved hit full term of enllitineut.
u3 Claim Agent.
1 ,000 Acres of Land,
LOCATED rX.'-V l'KA 7T.9 AGO,
For Sale or Exchange for Town rropcrly.
'Pin; iitMi is sm irrn i
I. Hulivan. Bates and Verntn eouutiKH, Minaoini.
It ia well wittered and timhered. hut portion In
Vemon county la w ithin ouu utile nnd a half of
MivniM i:ny- tne coiiuiy aeal. or fiuthcr purtic
ulniK call upon the nulnicriUir Terint eav.
Htif U-4iii JONAS I'HWEEIi.
rOKEPH BfcXMET U hnrel y notiHed that Raohel
tl Hi'iniel hut thlt day hied in the. ollice of the
t'lcrli of tlie C.'iiiiit or Cuminon I'lca for wrgun
con my, iiuio, uur peiiimn pray in i lor a invoice
Irom auid Jiitepli mi iiccouui ol hia wilt HI almem-e
I or moie inaii iniee yeurn, nml punt, which cane
will he heaid at the itovemher linn, lMiii, of nuid
toiin. HACIIKU ltr.NNr.Ti
A iij;ii-t 21 .
A DM I Ms I It A I UK'S NOIIi.'K.
fPIIE nnderiRtieil has bet n aiipoiritcd Admin
1 strator of tf.e eatHte of Jainin K. Bli-wuft
deceased; 1hI of Morgan county, Ohio.
ell Utft ANTtH ,r. 6TKWABT.
havo removed their stock of Croccrios
to tho room formerly occupied by A.
J. Yanaway & Co., Southwest corner
of the Public Square, next door to th
Central IIouhc, whoro thy invito the
attention of tho public to their new
stock of ' t '-.
hpjsk. z.n:ii: aivr
consisting in part of ,!
All of which they will ne'.l ai chp as
We hnvo nlso just receivoJ a larare
block of '
a A S S W A 11 E ,
which wo are preparod to hoII low for
cash. . .
FRESH BUTTER AND EGGS
Kept constantly on hand.
All kind of -
houghtand sold. Ciiveusacall Don't
forgot tho placo,
NEXT DOOR TO ' THE t'EXTBit HOCSB.
!- - -
. ' .. i , - 1
' ' M'GASLIN TOUTS, Y
111 m i , Will i
r cep rotif tanOy on linod iUrgj tttyk of
rCLMTlKE ' isii . A0tsirl'Ll.SUL&.OODS
1 AT L01V prices;
tt their nw itora-roomi, la tho ' ' '
I3ank I3viilcling, . !'
MMli; OLD K!jl'Al3I,lSlliCU
GROCEHY ST RB
Atthtold (ttttd.ln (lie tlir utory lirkk, nttrl
0ipoalt lli Puft lioas. . -..
D. II. MORTLEY
r'eptf.i'.ty Infornn Hi eltlen'tof Voririin cornty
Hint he kei romtniitiy on liniid a lull m-tortinmi
of the vnrinii nrtli-let iiKii.illy kept in i llrittclrd
llroecry Store, eonnlinln 1n onrt of
Ten, t'olli.e, SoR-.r, Flh. Soriu, plcen. Cunnefl
Fniltt. Cove Oi merit. Sjrupt, Che e,Cincker, ,
lintitm, VVoDiiwuru, Toli.ucn, Linr. Uitk--U,
Rifle l'owili-r. Ulntting I'owder,
Fiie, I'litkitiff Yarn, lied
C'ouli, Muni li t Hope,
Lud Oil, Carbon
t nt wlili li will he nold at the very lownt pricey
either ut wlmlfltala or rvtiiil, lor cask or tiiuvoT
couniry pn ihn:e.
Ike IiiKliL-iit market price paid for t' kai nt
F.veiy r 1 lii'lo until at Dili entnhlUlimcut W.VIt
RAN I KU lit lepil-iclitud.
HUB. JOHNS OK,
jTiu, foppcr and Sbcft-Iron Ware,
jf ail klndi cxpciiM wil'. iientneu and ditjuL-h
He U'I eotmlaUity "i hand n ttiy la-gt ati-i ft
Cooking Stoves, ' 1
I'nrlor Stoves '
Firo Frouti?,., , .
' Hand Ironn,
. ' ' Stovo I'ipc,
'Coai-ttijckcts, ' "
IIoos, Kakcs. Fork'B,
J3rass Kettles, . '
Apple I'uirors, Nails,
TEN -WAR E
Or ALL DliisCRU'TlOXS.
BUCKKI'S.Ti;i:, CHUHN-3, UUOoM.",
WASH UO AUD.S. ChOlllK.i
WKINd'hUS, ASH I'AN'H,
ALL KINDS CF HOUSE FURXISntfG COOPS,
Japan Ware, See.
T II K NOT lit)
Brilliant Coal Stovo
Indianoki Wood Stove.
wagon. nur,;Y & ItlDINt; WHIM.
COW II1DKS. PATKN'f
STKl I-.rDKil, KU'JAR
MILLS, PAX IRON, . .
And many other articles to numerous to intuition J
All work dona In the hest inannur. . .
. 1 will apre no p.iins to ulcaaa thoiS who msy
favor mo with a call. .,
HE vHCRT JOHNSON, '
Opposite the "Buckeye alook," M'CjniiIsvIUo, 0
DISSOLUTION OF .PARTNERSHIP.
The firm heretofore r-xis'tingunilor IHcn.-moof
Hot.MKS ii Hfarkm has Leon dmsolvcd liy liiuti.ul
consent. All mTonnts ol tho firoi will bo
tied with Mr. Huluks, who will enntinuo lo
carry on tho DOOT and B1IOE husiuosa at Ilia
old fctand, one door went of tho Poutoihc. Mr.
Bpabks, who is iii'kiiDwlu.lgcd to ho best ncrli
niau in town, will remain with Uim. t
soU HOLM KH ic HrAIiKS. ,
THE undersigned has been duly ajiponted
Administrator of tho estate, with tho will
anucxi'd, of Willium iloito, deceased, lutu of ,
Morgun county, Ohio.
eSl-lod8 JOHN C. TOHD.
John MePorraotl, l"tlT,) rteforeE. (!. TuvtiiJuftic
' r OI Ills I'H'il ll Vt Stlrtntf
Peter E. Novel, Deft. ) township, Mnrjun co , t
OS the Nth duy ofAufruat, A. II. IHOJ.suld Ji' - M n
isniied an order of uiinrliini-i i. to ih,. u ...
action for the sum of thiitv two (.ij -10) ,V '!n
and folly cents, and fifteen (to) dollars tiw. u'1h
able iiiuoiiut of cint.
IT JOHN MoPERMOTT, 'ri
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