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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 0, 1802.
NO 12?
0
1st W
a
: "Ci-..-TTiir-T- -
CITY GOVERNMENT."
.'.)!,. . .:!.-.
J'SPI m0H rMITH, Afnynr.
WILLIAM SHANK, Bnnri. '
, JOttH riR'MItirr, A,w.il. , . , ; f
fvjmry Jf.ir.W W. n. V 1.Ibhi, A. r. Tucker,
ana Jikm A. Pic ). ,
fieri 4 'At r-Joliiinmnhlif, .(, rls
Jot. L. Byna,troad ; ud John Reddle. thlM
Tarn An-or William Prif . ' . ,
Itirtmu fouVctoi -A. B. ShaoVltnil
ft'ow JVr CWlecror t- B. Octroi. ' ' ' '
TkvMHWR. Henry.-' ' ' ' '
H'lkar Jryr--Thoaita Leake.
ra.prfnfmdenl o fU U'wthaiMwJ. Q. podd.
eiijj-rwrfeadral rA H aor ll'or'i- Jiune. Wtt
C7n t. Ffc-e flejiartmcar JohB M . eaiiry.
fieWoa a (A. Ooaerery T. II. M. Brl Ir.
filrrrt Ocerteee J . L. Stewart.
t'fy tt-ni',i-Juh JtcPhell Smith.
"' city" Council, ' 4 '
W.ianl 0 AhlrrmmH. M. Brlen, Preeul.nl ; J. K.
Krwnn.a.A.J. Mayfl-ld, Il-fl. Rrovet, Wm.H Client,
htm, J. C Pmllh, M . I. tl ii.orne, and J.. Robb,
A.miiwm Cimacil W. P. Jn. I'rMi.l.nt WIIKun
R..l,rt, T. 1, Tafbfmiffh, Win. prttrr, Wm. ?lwrl,
I as It Hori, W. Sliillin,.lmPii Turanr.U, II. Faulh
irtlK, A. i. Oolir, JM l)tvl, An.rw Anilfrwiii. .1. II.
KffWlrt, till Jubn CtnAj.
uri.vmxii con h itt i:'. r rnt riTt cri' il
) Kinoi KnowlKt.l'rovfl nilC.lt,
H'otr iror Aodtrton, Smith tnil nlbrm.
fift-Yr lnu(h, Tumor, ;utlili',liiU,Brl'i,
MtyBtld.ClifulhiiB ud ('Ulborim, .. ,
H'kar Ntwmui, Httwtrt toil lururr.
t llMfiial J"UfJ, Msyflold uid Klotn.
a. -,;.Xlioatbnni. Mitrdrld nn'l linntlw,
fir ItrpnrlmeHl--tn.iy , lrlTiBd Stmikn. I
Un Driver, OhMthnm trd liivlt.
Vrmttrt Prnitb. Slcwtrt and Knwman,
Martrl i.n.c r Kcbnrtt , Slu art ancnurticr. , t . .
Hlnr Houpli, Cuiliornt tnd ltviK.
'uliVw Ctatlitin, Brim tml Anili-rtna
Spring llouyb. OniTinrue tad Itriro. '
H'arM'iai Chtaihum, Mtrili'lit tnd Knuwh'a.
f mjirorrmmtt fliwl Fsprntihirr t Wt, i'I tnd
'raly. ' ' (- ' " 1
I'nblie Viprfy Brtfrn, Chth:rn tnd Tntner '
l'4 Woo MyllM, Jon tnd RidM-rls.
4 Tilt HiK.nl ol Alil'Tiuon nit tb Tm-oiltyi
nc uriycillng tlir ti-cmd tuil f.rurlb Tlmn ilnyi in
ffh mnntb, tnd tht Common Coiinril Ibe r.'cntid
tn,t Inurth Th'iwdayt In nirh m.ibtrj. ,
NIGHT POLICE
lirit HcuIthuiU Wm; Vtrhrniigli
Hroni l.itHlcnaxt Jollb II. IUvll.
rnluwmm V(n. Jtckniio, John CfBdrr, Nirh !
rl,J,ifl rtillM, Wm. Bjkr, .bilin Collr.-U, WilliHin
Myo, Joho I'nglei, J. W. Wright, Job I'urkrtt,
Kobtrt Bott, W. C. rnuirli, Tbomti rrtnrit, Andrew
,lnyrr, Ttld TAft tnd Clitrlct Hu ill.
Tbe pulfc f.mrt l op-nr-d every mnrnmj tl
MlneaVlork.
COUNTY OFFICER8.
iViiriJF Jutnot M. lllnton. jtikThiim') H"h
won tnd J. K.,Buihtntne . , ' '
RrgiMtr riiinet." Ctrreit
7V( W. Jtfi-er Ttylnr
rnroter X H. Ilelchtf ... ,
Rimgm- John Corbltt . : - '
Urn-nun Culltttor J. O. KrIUy.
Riilroad l'rt OJMor-W. 1. E.ibPrttnu.
ItwIoMn or rt J'xW niorfw Tohn 0. flovrr
tnd ,T. V.. Nnwmnn.
r
COUNTY COURT,
jMclj-T-Uoa-JArae MtiUworih. - -:Url'
P. l.imlsley Nu'llol.
Mr The Jndfe' Com I nr n the ili.-t Moielr y in
eaeh month, and tlii llcrlcly I'ourl, cumil ef
tbt Misltlratfi' l' the County, hel l the Hint Mon
day in .WllleJry, April, July tnd October
, CIRCUIT COURT..
Hon. Nathnulol Baiter.
Cei t DiiTirt C. lor.
4 The Cijrl uoU the nr,l Monday in laiih
tud Sept ember.
CRIMINAL COURT.
JmI,;. Hon. William K. Turner
Deri Charlet K. Digicom.
Tht Court merit tilt flrtl yunday In April AO
liiml and Daremluur,
CHANCERY COURT.
(Vmeelor IloB.Famnol D. Prlrrmit, . ,
Clerl uad MntfrJ. B. tlletret
-The (Vwtrl meet the llrtt Mun.ltj' In Miy tnd
November. ' ' ' ' - ' " ' '
i. o. o. r
.Inm K. Ilii.r.tirand S oret:ii j, nboiil.l b.- a1.lr'"ed
at A'a u..', T-.
TnuieMM iudfe, A'. 1 -M t1 eyery Tuesday Kvi'K
lug, at ber Hull, on the eorner of I'nlon tnd Kum
uier ttreet. The oll'.reri for I lie present term, trt:
O. , lotutur, N O.j J. K. Mills Y.rl.j'J. U W-l.'ey,
Serrtrtary j I. K SihiIu, Ttvatunw.
Trttlmi LoJif, St. 1 -Meeia nt lh twit p'ure
etery Hoad.tr Kvunibi; ' Hit nflieart trt: R. A.
Canipbell, N.O.; llttry Apple, V.0.;J 1. Park,
"Secretary ( B. V. llroaa, Treanurrr.
fiiailey io.ir, A". IH)lr4s at their llall.cu Houlb
Cherry ttr.'oi, 'ory 1'rlday kveuiuf. Tue offi.'rrt
tre: O.C. Cowrt, N fl j Prank Hurman, U ; James
att,Seernary j W. M. M.illory, Treatuter.
Amtrn A'u.' 106, (iSertnnn) Mtei at Hie
V'l I'orutt liuion and liumn.ar ttrnli., asory
Tburtday Evnlh, The ufli,vrt are ; I'harlt Kieb,
NO.; P. Friedinat, V.O ; Ritterll.h, Secret ir
too. Selforto, Tieuauri r.
RJjrlf ftmnmnl, N 1 Meelttt lh above H ill
on lut Brtl tnd third Wodiwltyt of rw h uioiuh.
The ..lH.r arei J. t. Mill., C.P.; T. M. Mellrlde. II. P.
tl. P. PulUr.S.W.j Paler lUrrm, Jr., J.W, John I'
libit, Scrilit j B. R. Cuiur, Tiensurer.
(Mir JlraacA t'nraarafli, . Uiett at Hit
thove Ha1! M tlia iKM-ond and fourth V.Ylntday
lilbu of I'a.'h Bionlh. Tli offl.ert are: Jun. T It'll,
C.P.j lleory Apple, II l"i I Moker, S.W.j B. Iri.d.
maa, J W Cur Kir.-tier. rk-tlbe; J N. Wtrd,
Treatrer.
A-RRTVAL AUD fDKFARTUKE OF TRAINS.
I.hii.viU. k Natiilile K.R Traiu bar. tt 1.45, A.M.
trr. tl 5.30, P.M.
Nathalie ft Ucualur R K.l ralB uiavea at tl 00, A M
. . " arr. at 1 00, I' M
Ktrh kciitlla'noutit R.lt. Trim leitvrni.1 10 00, I II
al!(i,PU.
! ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY.
Pini t: No. M, Cui.tr HtiH
rVrtom anLiuj to ..ud 1'tol.bl tiol P. '..i- by
ike Morning Tiaiut ol li.e Lot in u.t xk N.nu
tiiu," and h iiarujli an Pi o.tpb Bah uiuna,
0,1.1 nartlhe dam tl the O.lt.-a by VW the
rirn ti nret'c ma.
Datimos CorNTT PinrrTORr Cnfnvi
MILITA&T QUARTI.R3 ASO OincERS.
i'ort H o. in nrttrt mi llljh (. ,1'r.l. J, r. M il
lr, nnmmtn,11ng.
Mrirl Hi-ad.tftiartr.rt on i'iiin'ner irft (lr.
Tord't reei.lence.) W. II. ."idtll, l.iiii I'. S In
rntry, 4. A. A. tl,
rnro4 if.ir.;.,' II'-Ul'Url"rt l tU'i rtiiilDf. A.
C. Gillero, rl. lmt T'im. Inftnlry.
Oii' A-i'l,int QirtrmtT Hpt.lmitrtrrt no
Cherry Unvt; ffo. 10, ( l'le CntrftB't ret. tenre.)
Cant. J, 1. Blngbtm.
Antittwd Ctwrtpniifer Cherry street. Cnrd.
H. Pttventoo.
lutXnn rnirreruMMfr Tin ttrt, ter II rt.
P!j'irel'.Iec. Capt. . N. Urol).
4niMiM QtirUrmitr V;i 37, Mtrkt tre.-
t'spt. J. X. Htw.
'i;. (Wnmeity !irfclii,MlT, No. 10, Vlrt ct.
Ctpt. K. lltrrcely.
tVimmfrtry fif.jfrfi'-Bioal ttrrel Ciil, 8.
I.ltlle
Arlinfl (Vmirfr o SnlwiV.'wre.. burner of RrMd
tnd Colirt'e tlreeta. l.ieut ( l.rle Alien.
MnU al Wrei'dw iiTiimr ttreet. iDr. K. r.l't oi l
retiilenee ) Purgeon, V. Pirt.
Ifft'riil PHrvrynr't Oft. 41inr, ! tlteet, 4ltef B!e
ulidirid. J. R. l'lnnr., Surgeon, H t, KenlnrVyln
fnnlry, Arting Medlol I'uriej.tr.
ARRIVAL AKD DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Northern Mall, tit Inlnville, arrlvee Pally, 5.0P.V.
" " leareit " TJ". A.M.
Cnliinibin, la T .V A. U.R. nrrUet " M T..M.
" b-tvea f) A.M.
.hell',vi!l,.,it N C. R , trrlve " n.SO P.M.
" " " ! ' " 10.00 A.W.
Lebanon, , trrle 12.00 M.
' ' ... Win . P.M.
Mempliui Mail, letvet Daily, fit. Iultllleanl Calm.
piiHT fii'Kit'pi' tx'i:v nrvoMi li:banon Aitr
Liberty, Alrinndrla;
Cordonnrille, ' Rmlfhrlllr,
Watertown, .Icnriinit't Furl .
POST OKIMCF.H (K ,T. IiF K'. k C. B.U.
Mnrfrrel'oro, r".ierTille,
Jordnn't Valley, or Sbelhyvllle,
Cnrlati&n, Palniettn.
B. B. CONNOR & BRO.,
(-OirHniSOilOM IHI IK'IIAN TK,
: NO. COW FBR CTISRIT.
w Mock Junt rclvd and for nal
low to clone out 'iiktxnineul.
ltbi.rtlt,firf tale by
COXNCR ur.o.
bmet PAI.T, for pule by
Connor nno.
50 Cfln" Rpl':' rnr "lf by
CONNOR t RRO.
40
bl. i Cnal Oil., lor by
ap 8
CONNOR BRO.
I f half bhlt.
Coal Oil., :or tale by
CONNOR A BP.O.
ap 8
150
donen BKOOMH, for ilr by
tp
CONNOR t BRO.
botat SOAP, fnr ttle b
t)J apt
CONNOR A BRO.
i50
mr MARl-'H , for t ile by
p t
CONNOR 1IRO.
I ) (Junta TKA, lor nl by
16 ap S
CONNOR A BrtO
It) hairrhfuTF.i,
pi
for tule by
CONNOR A BRO
1 1) nad'e TF.t, (or tala by
I ap
CONS'flR A IlRO.
U)
boxea Veat POWIW.St, for tile by
np
CuNNoR A BRii.
()f cjtLartil'A, for ml by
ap8
CONNOR PRO.
t-"M"r"f M ATI HIS", n.reaieby
apa IJOS'NOn . PRO.
boiea Siar CAi,pv,ror ule by
e ap n iu..ip.. a i.r.r
firx boien ( Ml VI I , lor
CO npli
CONNOR A CO.
14
hlil. VIM'tlAK, I r pule by
P
CONNOR A liliO.
jUituHAl.MON,l r tale
CONNOR A- BRO.
24
kiu n.iritrr.i:!.,
apt
CONNOR A RHO.
5 kilt Hi.KHlMI, ir sale I
apt
CONNOR A BRO.
r km rHAO, (br nalu by
ap (
CONNOR BRO
I fk blila. TaMH'T, lor tale by
At apt
CONNOR A BRO
1 V tibia. MACKKHKI., for nl h
lV tp CONNOR A RHO.
4 bhlt ( II'I K, lor tale by
tp 1
CONNOR . PUO.
I buret iln.'.J Hl'Rl Nil, lor le by
lO p COSN'OR A BH:.
in
bee lir.e.t Seslevl,
lr kV b)
tuNNOR A
tpl
RRO.
Q V !. N III rrV lv
17
apt
CONNOR BRO.
roh
bl.la Cruthr
I ."urar, tbr aula br
I kNVOR A BRO.
tpH
It ei MK4I , !..( ule by
ZO tp
CONVon.l P.IIO.
libit I I ill K, lor Rate br
ayjyi ap
(XINNOR A BRO.
2 or;
-k HA MS, for i.l'
8
CONM! PRO,
O'l nankt hllH W, fc.r ea'e by
Z) ap8 CONNOR A KUO.
lin' bblt Aiie PuT T Ir tale by
av apt
ONMi . RRO.
20
bov
tp
freb liardMifKl.h, for a' by
CONNOR ur.o.
8 bblt en,oo riH
ap
, fur a'e li
OONMOR A BH.
d tierciia (ani'MMed llAVS.wttb a larye lot 01 all
W t eort. of tloo.lN, wlucU we w ill cloee otil k a , at
our old FUud, No A C.illeiterlreet.
ap k u II CONNOR A HK'.
nit.
C()LKMANS
If
mi iifni
11
fl Haltrti.llrtn o( rlllfnn, trantfera.aiid nthnra via
1 uog NaithvlUn, rmriUK iudniai aid, roper.,
fully calUd lo tDioi1u-, N.. gl Oe.t-rick Klrl,aw
ond I'-t, tlwe. a t hei t y and lha Ninat-.
Dr. lnnti U aa old pra iitutnvr ol inrdU'lna; hi
ahutiat uutiuiiled tiprrieuea aul Oatifnuff rueta
tor ainny yeri put, iB tU tre l tn rut ol raivara lu
uaMt, ban indtiotsi tutu to devK bn utidvided at 1 wa
in. u lo all Uivaae of thM Butura. ktauy oa ol
the mml tnvoteraie character bava prmupiiy yehtad
lo tr improved methixl of trtfaituent.
Primary, leoiiilry1Terhary and Hrdilftif Pypb
tin, tf.Mioi i hiaa, (at aud all diwavea t tha ia
and nikUiry orant, lueoi wtb ao rvjtiaiM lo bw
reuiidiea.
A It-mate trrejtilArlllt and fuaet tonal lnoVrau
uieula ut lueWuuib, and tho ttknea aixiK lnu
UefctatiuB and ill tuatiAp'tt puriantKHi.
Kviiry lUAna d Keelucihia Kuplura, aud tf riHa.ard
Pr'ltuB of lb Kt'tuitt, aud mot cotia ol t- ittil,
ran, b cured by a pro-. ueaily paiultr. If eahsr
of lha latlr Areata uu-lorUken by lr. lAiU-maa,
rura U .nuarioWy aarraMi-d, aa a iiiul riannuatied
aiwaY pmivteoia lha acceAtrf .nJu-AUiioi oi jm o'm ar
fat'itrtjby Lia tinuorvd U! . ihd of o,j ' uijt
l'naiua ol nthora apptyiukj u tvu or hy ltUf
(deairibit'i eauf) vu Uui a.M i) lapiotua tfauy a ula
stwMnua i . can b oiei.iu oiovi by ii
a.rrliv btfihod, iu htriy-itbl noma.
irii'i tk.iioa,'OA, prtAiuW au-uii. at iix'daj-aU
flborea, ill fo'.ttiO U.IM W.U. b p-iina
y Su nwtury uted lu lb irraitaeul of 9ur
iwAd, aa ba bt.wvs' (Ui nwt '") u ivvKtuca a
Vui HilAMkM than thai H n I'M U .r.
ctTv bitira dotm a-jjM la tb nvtrnii lilt ia la
Hvaafiiik. )aa U. If
SAINT CECILIA'S
FEMALE ACADEMY,
MOUNT VFTJNON,
NASHVILLE, TEN 11,
Will oprnrd firr tfi rcrcplion cf rufih
rpuE sisTrr.s or
OK ST. WtMIS'K',
tup or.r.rn
kMI l;nm n In
llils and tdjidtilns Si-tlea nparirn- V
red tod roDipnttr.t d'rr -Vorj if fetcalo ,J"
I'.ilucatlnrr. mrieViri.lly inform the citl-
fent of NarhvlUa, tnd the publle in c-nerol, shit A
pelou building, rn-enliy crectej, imMes them U
reelit a Uirpe number r.f pupils.
Tba Aetclcmy it about a mile from the rilv, isr.d
l-l t tUtled In one of the tr,. ft be.-uitifnt and heullbv
pira'ioni lu He v'einlty.
The laule. ,,f tv,, Iusillul.on, br.r.g eti .-liy de
obd to the r In, ttlon of the younc o lb. Ir own ..
Will leuTt B"th.nr iiudout to impart to tbe p'Jr!bl C"B
fld. 4 k' their rare t thi riUrJ J:j,rr.ti..n In tht b'.eh.
ret tenet of the wcrd.
'J:ua religion prj.fet-.ed 1 y tl.e hv'.las of the Ir.-tltn-
lioa It the Cttholie, and they win Import rp-ril re.
yio1.:? iBttrnetion to piipH prrf.'li K lliot fajih.
Pupllt cf every rebgio'it denrmfnallon w.ll bead.
Bilitad, and no undue (nttuenct will bo iit-d to l ij
the r.illgiotm prloelplee of the yonni; ladioe; Borw;)l
ny of llwro be jierniittcd to eu-.brnee the Calhellr
faith withont tha verbal or wrilien corjient of mrente
or EiiarfUrj. Uniformity nnd eiv-d order, hrwever.
re.uTe the nlteidanee of nil .it morning and (tealng
pifiy,ir, and nt the religbm- eTcrrlaee on Fundi.
1 1" cmiri or study la rttride I: r0 rmir tfeptrt-
meni', eivh department Imvirc ! n.p (i.tj..rt
f "nr ofttudiea d.?lgtie,l it.
The Academic Year will ra nsitt rfin-o S'.M.lnn
ihiflMtrornmenrJtifrontlinflmt Minuny of H.pt(m.
tier, the rceond en thn firm Mi-eday if February.
Th Aeadeiuic Teio- w 11 r(v with a public .titrlb-i.
tk'n of I'rerni'ini and li.m.'ri. i-'eut the inh of June
f each ver.
Tor It nl nni! Tuit ion, im $T0,
tr.tjoa 1 ilio i1pj,nJC,n 1.1 the jiuj.,U
KXTKA CI1AR01 v
ft M"l f:-n. jic-
leiitin ftti'l Mrw1irn J.nnntii
Mtmic ou riiitio
I of lRHtrurrw'r.i t
Mnmic ou Ju:i. r. Inn rui.MH furnuhM hy puA v'n.OO
Vncal M u-i- i ; ..
4:,.ih
10 Hit
VIM
..o
10 (H
KketrhniAT iiri'l rn WulM Col r.," ...
I'lUQlin, iu Oil. nnd niuier.;il..
l-jiiiiriHiifrr
B1 nd ileil'linfr . .
Si;iiifiii.ry nn-1 of Bn(ltJ, f, f"!j ?, liU(
k'tuii.k v in ipurtjiu'ni.
Mt'itlrituM mtd M"Ii:j'I alfti'ldiK will nriu
rliarr.
B-wii, . i-ihin , Ac, durin? nr it,ni, f;"..t
.oiki- i(if.irvnos.
Nu 4t1urtioD trill .hiuIa for abscti.v or itli
Tui-ils iil bt cluira from Ui- init nu nhtoh lii-'
hoantnrff nnwf tin prrvi.lm u!!i t.; rh.'tii' - of
rWiliiiiR luiubld Ut tho .(nn, ix laiile-nupkins
napkm-rlnR, kIoi? iim.bler.Mlv r Ul-W- tnid ir,i-nif
Liitfcond f'Tfc, nnd all Dc'itsury nr'icl.-i f..r lh i--j.fi.
1'up. UlrmoBM b ilfiTArmo 'bUtr. ipr,. for win'er,
blu KnhQra fr hiuiiiktj drewfl' l'r rvery day.
froodri of a t'ark roltr ; thrco rlirJ uudr-fkirtrt :
I wo Hunwvuneiri. Hat', tlm lyt of thr wic.n.
TUe Academy w:H not lurur llt xiioiv tf fiiruUh
nip article i rlothiDt; or pockH mnv.
Vupilrf will nt be allowed to pndV'kt monT
at ttittir own djtM?rnti4iii. Sj h nion s mti-t ht !
polt.d w(1h thn Hupwrinr of Hi Acad. my.
To prevent nnpriT rornivp-mib-iiri", nil jpitrr ro-rwyt-d
and fnt are miljt lo th p-r?iil of th pu-
(rrlor, thoiiRli in imcH-ii iuh crr,ipoQdcn'o pr -iilit'd
as r.'.triln parvuts ir uh1''.iii).
Vupi;, will- parrni4 or puid,a?M nIdr in N'b
Hlfl or vlt-inliy, witl vi-il tht' r horo but tlirv
lim?; during th frlwjliistir ynr.
To pir!it li).. of tin' ati'l iiirrup!!.-!:! of th ex
Tcisri tf thn vi--ilori will In ivi--ivci unly on
K'tiinhiyn, iiuin n io 1J, A.M., M fi-'n .'; lo i, 1 1.
rrrijt--or yn iriil f(ii wi-Ihij in pjfy rn-ir li:ulrn
or wants in th Iu'i;t"'i"n, w:ll N rrr,-i''d tin ;iiiy
d iy nrpl tmnln .
l-'or further p.rtj. ijl-ir p '.V'n t;n i. av ma-?n
to tho Mothtr Sup-rior cf tli- An'!oi'-'l 'r f - tho IU.
KCV. JHC1 (tI.A.
All biHitif.n MU" tu bo rutdrrfd to thr Muthcr
(upffior, M. Oi iiiti'f .(-,rrny. M uut A i'rrt"ii, jifar
jNanliViH-, T-ihi. " ijvti-lm
In Chaucory at Nashville.
held in the
'if. He, Mna
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'k-rlt a Oflli;, t Uiujc. ry f'un hi S':
d iV. Peptemher tim Jul, lM.'J.
K. O. klurt.Truftm. .. Mid H. N. Wt rn, f.v,v
plaintm M. ii M. 1 raiikilii, l.vffiuiai.t
It fippeurlnr trcra air.-U. it UU'd iu thm mus" tL'it
ttio r'lu. f rt"ub!nef of tht dtr'b(l.a.t, H. Wt. Yrni.
itril. TU'WU t" cotDplaituaut, no I hut lb ordinary
pri'.i of th ijrt rinn-'t be Mrvd on him. U is
ordt'.-d thn) h id' enteT b appeiTanca biem hf-tr
or it tun ihr nnt ttiro dnj f the noxt term if lold
t'uart, to be belli on tlm l;-t M.'iu.v n No. enil-w
inMl 1 1 hit' i and pl' t'i, iir'T nr ! mur tc Cotnp a.ti
an i 'a bill, or th iian will taken lor corft'Si-.l as
to hiiu and net for hear oi; i pjirtf. r.n.l u at a cpy
of thi orW be j uhnthc d otii e a wt It f r f. ur c
WMVft weeks :o U- JSad.Vi -U: I'n.ci.
A C-pv AUt : J. i:..t.l.:.A.V!v.S C. -t M.
A.I. two-a, frr Conipi'.r., a-p-; 4
In Chancery at Naahvillc.
Statp? op irNi-ss:r.-" t nn, rwd.i it tha
ih rk d oin. e, t'u tu:orr ourt at Nnbvt!lr. i4oa
duy, S r lh- 1 t, Ihivj.
Hurt T'Urte.'( Ac ,aud IT K .My: rt C a. pluln
rviti, vi. I'whT A ut 1, arnl ttter, D-ft-nilHii .
II Hppeuru ; rioiu attjia-. m tj'-i' tn t ii a ci'ign that
t-he Hvrtih.l piRei uf rt"Ma ifeol" lie '(.r.J nuc, Johu
A I'leber, John W. r,m. Id nut MiomnMl, M:r".!"it) are
ui'kniMva t't cJinpUiUMiiti. ct th it tba rJi: a y pro
.-f a; I'll Co'ij t nnt:ol he t VI .1 "ti th' a. Ii - -r
.er-.l itHt ifie' d'eti r tb ir rtpp'-anitTH. herr-tn he
litre or with n ihp fl,--t three da n ot' the ne-.i luriu of
hil lourt, ! if he d ou ih.i ht Windjy iu h'vemlr
tet ilHii.j ai d pi "'! , a" r "r iU m ir lo C iiup a
mil'1 oili.or th" c-'tn'e will iw tlir. f'-r itri!-,--nl a
I- iripiu uu! ftl It f'p ir;iv i r piift', h "J ii'iii a ''py
ttf ihw i,i.'f h fi!i-ri- i .-'frt wtvlt. 'nr t :r -it .'. - s
t o i. U ii, il iti I .. I,
V t Ml' t; .1 Ih I.l j-AVJ 'i.C. A M.
, 1. 1'i.v . J, f'-i mn' iii.iii'i (..-,. t
In Chancery at Nashville.
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k Oi.l lb,-oi .uu.r pt.i
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..I the ieiM irr.u iH raid
ilered tlAt bi .t.i .-ih-t
or w llllin the ih f-l luree il
toiirl. to lie u.-hl on lie' i I M'.VH.i) III .N ol eio I ,.' n .
(liib'ii tud pi ad, ai..er .u .1. iu ir I" l .'loi'Uif.iuir.
bill, or llle .nle aill oe 1 .11. "II lo.' ,.111,4 , ,i ,u o
huii aud ee( fur n,'.irli ev pule.aui to.i . ,'v.py
ol Vine m.ler lie (mlitr lo 'I ooi e ane.-k on l."ir on
cev.iv '.'!. in the N.-llv.liel ir,.n
AN.-yAtM-at: J 1 ill 1 VI - C A ,M
A. I., lii.aieei, hoi fur t'oiupri. r. pj.if4
"' "' ' "
In Chancery at Nashville.
STTK OK TrNNV'-!'!' l Kul-a held .n the
Clerk . Il'llee. I'lr.ne.iy C .oil HI S ,-lltlPe, M..H
.'.tl , rM'plenil'.'t l'ie 11, 1.''.'
1 1 U illl I'.1.' Ii. el ..I. 1 ' in ' 'il Mill - , r. 1 1. '
,S a-lit tile Cm. I i. toi v, r nl. 1', ' -nla ir.
It HpiM-miiut nolo k:I:.Iv.i ue.liu lb i. cii I- I) at
tin- del. lolAlil , Itowl't J .lien, i'l.'.ulelil . A' , ol e'U
I. uu I'. o lory . i m uo'i ref i k nt oi tt;r k-1 m 1 t;ii.
ri.-e II w ai'liwvd llil l. 'o finer hi hH-. i-.iu .
h'-rcln beh'fe ,.r m iiu.u lb. Ui -l tin e' U-o . m 1 1. u . . 1
e lu e I 1 I " . .11,1-1 Oe b' el '! lue I t J-'i.'l.i, .fi
SoteuiOrr O'-ta l-w.-j, aud p, . 1 'i. w, r c il.-niur lo
Ci'inpulii.1 e I'U, off 11'' e.uei alii be l'ivli I' r o. u
I . lu b o. ai.4 i. I Ki l.i 'i . i pul l, at 1
II, :.f a 'N'l r o' o.iMoi-br lie p-iui. lu-J on,, a i.i'-k lor
o cir s,..'Oeirt w-wil In ILe liiTl e I l,lvtl.
A C.m r iu,-. . Jill 14i I, i AM
U 'a i'iiBD, f' r 'ou j I t ;1-n
NOTICE!
WF. HAVE TTUH 1'AT K'l,l OCK KKMAIN
Int; ,frwk of Dry t.-Hle, Ai., to Meiwra. Kur
Mnont. Xe i"H'-lt"lnr tl.'-'e grr.t:.jnen a el.il'-n
( f piibl-e palrorntre.
A eg. IBtn, I?..- . MOP.n AN rn.
m'itr rvnrr.PMNro having pt;p.cn?Eo
JL t,f M-wa Co., their entire RUwK. of
I) IIY fiOODS,
WHl e- nl'n'ie lha b'iuri at Iheit r.M Ptat.4,
Na 49, Public? Bqr.axa
TiK-re arttgrent many T siiVAPtr 0'"""ir'';
r.lao.a larira il.rk of I AIUKS' I'Rt 1 1"l i. W
which wi l:i' le atleuii. a cf tue ira.ie and til
cotitiita.'.r.
ugv't Kii r. nioonr.
!
I
XTR HAVE NOW AT SMITHI. AND,
f (Ir'lirtM f r t'i rrtnii irKukcl nf N4t:
75,000 BUSHELS
PITTSBURG COAL,
Rii.h iv li ftrr'vrt vtpr-i firi in Tr.
f 0MIAU, ( HWDLI
''Ir
& fO.
Aur'i?' 27M1, lfiiW-tf
HUGHES'
riXETIUMI
ART GALLERY.
or. rllrgr nnd I'nlnn M.
rr-H CAM.VflY 13 OPKN H1I.Y rRi'M 7,
J. A.M. In rt P.M., hern Pl.'tijp-i rl ih" tiiol
t-nunrnt men may ho
Photographs, Anibrotypcs,
MI't.AINOTVl'l S, I KT'I I'KT YPRS. A IGM'TTM,
and (' HTiS i'K 1-1 IK, nv: mn'ie in the hifU-t
nt ! of pr;-fi"ii.
fc' 1 h puh'ir ar i-frvtf'iry invited i i in it oir
C.iIIpjT. Th'Ta All pictnrn in-dft are wnrrnn1'! t.i
g.VR 1kI i- U'i i u 'T it l.etrjr" ill I n i,i'i.
ltl(.''4-l,V
AVA-ILSTTETO.
riKv on i ikt:i:n able bci
1 IM nina, who uro iillinfT t
servt their ' ""nlry, tt till tip an
nitron: od mi l wll drilled Rat
ter jr 'f Mutintd AriHIery, nhirh
h-.in raly tnno amxl aervic in
It. n-ild.
Vor partu ilar, apply tt 'd. Xitl.l-Hit He-l
fjuirt'Tr-, r mi uinpoit t1i If irdint' lilTt !
th IVnit'-niiM v .vrr A.'h.
nngltj-tf tVmmsniltntr lih lud. Hntt- rT.
500 Horses Wanted!
I OU AVALHV LltVI J'-
T'ivk lirNDBKi) coon ii.utsrs, betwkkn
A
b'tir aud cinht yoan old,
and b-twfn
tilt!
a nil riKft fii biiii'l hltrh, are nanied imniediitiy fur
AVAi.ttr rl.KM- K, for wbl h
r'-s'Mribln prlrrip
mil h naid.
Apply to Cut. Jt. X. LAMB,
hf'lw r. T'a rfdenc.
-n
Vino Sir1'!,
nuraclQ -if
COAL! COVI.!!
ritHK rNOKRSHiNKD I1AS M.MIH ARRAKCR
L ineHU lor Inrife cnnn!mmentt of tha b.wt i'vllty
of 0.,d 40OOO H ualipla iiov nl t-mllii , u.i,
whi. ti will oni. up ou lue lliel rl. e of eix leer,
(ft" let. Rllleit.il.
P. n. pICKPY, Awnt,
Corner llmid and lliu i-trocu,
SCHOOL NOTICE
T
ni: i;MLii.-i.aNi;n miw oprs a f- ji"m .1,
1 he in .t r'tci ioii rf Lov in all in v - r'oip ' ti-
j;!irh iTHnrtie.-'. nnd alia th ,,L,i-i"vt an 5lu.MtV,
th 1 lof.M'MiMmit niil.nt Nn. 1!-, Jirc: t I'inui,
ti-ar the Liiinl.lin t-irrp.'ne.
lla ii4 diluted bin limn and attrntion for lh(- p-.rt
fiTf joan. tot he huBtne.-'H h-arhit', h" 1 ;iltrr,i h
jrtlf hrimi eitt-m fualiAtfurlirit) to nil fu m.iy
c-nili li b"lr td i r n to bh rare
Tf-ri-.'i A- 4?5 Pr Sraimi of j0
urkt-m t-fiiiably In Mlvanre
R. hn I ' rotii 0 o lock m ?t A.M., nnd fn-m
2 iu !.c.Ylovk, I1 b.
lor ai'V 1'irthe.r frlirid ir", the ti fider1-ij; nil ran
ho rirf ll !tt tiny tloip at hi otll. e, N". 4t' iup .'tnirr
'b.rrT tr'rtl, fpp.-iito t'.dl.nfcde hni'Ln('.
JAM S TKIMBI H.
Tt rr r rf kct r Jno. Hiikrh Hnuth, A. A, fl. Linda
ly, I.ind;Uiy Nt.-hel, Hfra- H-irr' vi, J .- ph JY'.
litr. Win. blmn. Jk. I.. Meitf arid It. J. s H ,ti.t;.
IV7V.
AND
SADDLERY STORE,
MARK FT ST., TWO I0OR1 nFTOW rULTR(7I.
fTHL" under"cnf4 would rewivr i fully infirm Mr'
.1 tMiAiuTnor nl th pirii fnra!W, t(mt h- r ..
aMilcl tnd1 nitil K"-'! Htu'k mi t'-n i-e ' ut-j-iy 'f
a.liOLi:M, JIAUM'.sM, LUII-IKS A.- , .f m ry
HcHpti on nod e'yle, of aup'tlr vi-rUiitiin-hip, a ad
whlv b li uurriniU give i n i-i.irt imi u tl.-e ,
iiif liiro a rriii. v 1' ib-'e ptnmiM-, p. p-i't!iii;y
BolirjU d.
ft'Kv,.:tt WM. IJNMOAS.
SCHOOL NOTICE.
II
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III ! N
V tlnvh,
S H-ICITt I, Ul KING THF.
li ti iiueroiii p.4i in1, to takti
bi.t f
yourif chihlran uud'T my instriHtKn, I hava re.
riirM ih aiaiain-4 W Mi" .liiNir lnjMiUM.h') fu
Voral 1 kuewn hi a leli hT ill 1 tj- I'lihllC S. liui'lj,--
Hn-1 vi!l fii-ij, tn ronrirf 1 iiin wit'i my fi-IhoI, on
Mointav ni, a d-pa'-i n-enl f-i Int TniMti.ff and
I r mil t (m Ii j 1 1 w nl ho' h v Vi-R.
Tfirjov v'M "X ti-n:;-. ptirij.:. ,n , 1-
p.
;. K;MAS.
DISSOLUTION.
M.
Ml'HIl N-T1UN nt-,1 II. rllVKPHrib
of
(U. lu in ol M. Miil'i lhTl aN a; o.,
I Mor.-, No. lu I no.n Nir.ci. I...I di-oe.l p.-iiier
j -f. p by iiiiiiiiiiI .'.n-ei,i.
ll.e t'Ueiite lo 11 be e'.iried on here),iier bv M
Mo.-.ni.ri. M . MoKOASMTPIiV,
II flll.VI tllll Kil.
N"Inille, A' .'. -i.i t.. 1m',.'.
In Chancery at Nashville.
STATi: Ol' 1I.SM.SSF.I. At Rul.-e hrl.1 in the
Clerk (tVr.Ct.ll,er) ColUt at .NaelK .He, M"U
ley, N'f.U'niber tbe let , ln.,'J.
li.-iiji.niiti .1 t.reuiii, t, I iiiipuiliant, rn. I'-'Ki R !..!
baui.N P. I orblu, ai d Hie hi'lK "I ili 'i... .Il v
.Oder, deeeB.ed, 1 lep-lolnnl.
.i.,M ai-u.jj Iroia i.ir.a.v.1 tlk-d in tuit rnuer ilo.l
tl.e 1 1. I, uu.a.U-1, Ull.iui Alexander, ilr, J A e - ai, Her,
.l.oe lt'iimau, lt.i.:atiiin lioruiau, Lu-.no. Willi, r
W:ii. H Walker, hor.li l.o.H II, .1,1011 Cluph.,!,
J' l.Il l. All-I.ui'lor, llebuiva iuil,.,..i I, Wel llll .i
h.Heii r Hu-1 N.il.m lu i.y. ur. i.ou i.ii l. nl- ot Hie
Mai. ol leliue-e.-e ( .u,t it lurlb'T appaio in i: III il
, Here r lieut ol llaria iln.li!i and i l lloauie
I A'e .a. d.u . .Ii.e l.aui' aloi p M'-e. "t l. ..ti'L' e .,
ui.wiH'.n I., t'.nipl.'i.u.jit, .rut ir,-il lie r-.i e liie or.'i
ii ,ry pr-.n wKof , Ui I uil cannot be t'ri mi upon llu-ui.
Ii oru. r-d Hint ail..ul perMii,;, rtt. eui.-r ll.eir ao
le-arail e b. re.n le lure II, u tbi-IIitI ll.l oe ilj) h
.1 u.e n. m is, H, i j i ,. , i.io b b. Id i th 1-1
M -u.U.y .ii N'.vemll l.rt IhfJ.' au't fceait , ai.nw .-r
or Ueueir lo Caiipitiftul lull, or tue aaliMl a a. I'U
Ua-' O "r i . 4,:a.-, u ... l l Lett, mid . vl Jor I., e.t
l.llrf ia"i u,.l r. p) oi tU.i I,.''., r tia j..il., .1 . u o.i. -I
a v"V a for l oir ..i.-.-ei,va w.4-4 lu tbe s.-l. Hi
I nlon. A Clj) . n4i .
j. r n p'.rr, cam
A I Prttn., d forO.r j 'l re:..-, e
S.tashriHc Siluiow.
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Tci ffimT Txrif , fr fliT'-T fs W)
Wit rirfj, pr amr fl 00
PATCH DAY MOUNISf., SITT. 6, 18C2
Betaila of the Diaastf r to th Golden
Gate.
The following is a err of the state
ment of Captain IIud'on, cf the GoldcD
Cite, k tLo rciCo Mall rtemhip Com
puny : '
(!rN,Ti.ri:rN : I have to report to you
the total loan of the Uolden Oate, by f re,
which occurred on the afternoon of the
27th instant, fifteen miles to tho west
ward of Manrn-ii'.la. At fire in tho af
ternoon, When at dinner, the ship WAS
reported to be cn rc. I iznmcdiattly
rose frora tho tribe, rer,n tinp; the pn
senrcers to remain quir t, g.pd proceeded
totheppsr deck, when I found denno
Tolnmeof smoke coruin"; up from the en
gine room btrhwny. All the Crc hose
of the shin were immcdisitelT pot in re
quisition nd worked with all pn.nl.In
enerfy.
The ship was now about three or fonr
miles from the land. I saw at s plnnoo
the impossibility of aubduinrr tho flames
and immediately put tho helm up to run
tho ship ashore. Men, women, and chil
dren were now ordered forward, and
prob.ibly one hundred had reached thn
lirocatle, when tho flames spread with,
puch rupiilily an to cut oil all conimn
iiii'Hiinii with the after pari of the fihip.
I ordered Mr. 'Wftddcll, the chief enr;i.
nt-cr, to keep the engine moving as lone;
as possible. All regular communication
with the engine room was cutofVin a few
minutes br the Uamcs. Several ' of th
fireman aud engineers wore still below.
I The feed valve of tlw boilers and fur
f nace doors were opened wide, aud all
precautions used to prevent explosion.
r-o rapid was tho spread of the Hames,
however, (hat the cniriiicers aud their
men barely escaped with their lives, by
foreinfj a passage through the after fi irglit
room bulkhead. At half pant fire we
".rounded about three hundred yards
from the bearh, where there was a heavy
surf breaking-. Tie fore reaching the
shoro the after boats lowered away and
filled with passengers, under charge of
my chief ofllcer, Mr. Nolan, who remained
by the ship, rendering all possible aid in
saving lift). In tho meantime, life pre
servers, spars, and everything of a buoy
ant nature, were furnished to the pas
sensors, thrown overboard after slic
struck.
The liaiiie spread tviili such rapidity
that the hurricane deck, from tho fore
mas, att, toll with a tremendous crash
before reaching the shoro, and soon after
wards tho foremast went by the board.
Tho heat had now become so inlenso as
to compel all who remained to leave the
burning wreck by lowering themselves
in the water with lines furnished for that
purpose; and many had thrown them
selves into tho water from various parts
of the ship. After all had left, Captain
Pearson and myself dropped from the
bowsprit, and sne.ceed.-d with great dif
ficulty in reaching the beach. I think
about eighty had reached the shore with
life.
All that remained visible of tho ship
at 8 P. M. was her engines, boilers, and
wheel frames. At daylight on the fol
lowing morning, the 2th July, we found
nnd buried sixteen bodies, and at 6 A. M.
we started for Manzanilla, and at noon
we reached the terminus of the beach,
about live miles from tho wreck, and
found the roads impassable from the den
sity of tha chaparral or brushwood. At
G P. M. a boat hove in sight, with which
we communicated and acnt to Nanzanilla
for relief. On the morning of the 9lh
two of our boals reached us and reported
that they had saved sixty-four passen
gers. The St. IiOuis.'touchinp; at Manzanilla
early the same morning, and hearing of
our disaster, came to our assistance and
rescued those who h.vl remained with
me on the beach. Wo had, on leaving
h'an Francisco, two hundred and forty
liaasencrers and ninetv-six crew. There
now remain seventy-two passengers and
sixty-ttf'0 crew, making our Ions and
mif sinx, some of whom rear yet be found,
two hundred and four. Captain Lapidf e
w.ll remain at this port till to-morrow
evening, the C0lh iust., for the purp' se
of searching est i 11 further fr missing
passengers.
I 'rem the ehelving beach and heavy
surf where the ship is lying there remains
little or no probability, in my opinion, of
saving tho tr amirc. 1 shalln Diaii, how
ever, as agent of the under) rlters, with
a iortion of my crew and ollicers, for its
protection, and with the hope, also, of
being ablo to save additional lift-. Or
ders from you Mill reach me throne h the
bouse of (Hl'ing iV Co., of "Mananilla.
1 cannot say too much of the efficiency
and coolness of my oHicers and crew
under the trying eireiiiiistanecx through
which they have passed.
Very respectfully, A c ,
V. Vi. 11CDS0N'.
Messrs. rollers iV IUbcock, Agents Pa
ri tic Mail Steamship (Vmj.rinv.
I rancia.-o.
.1. II. all I I'll 1 J.I. .1 ACCi.l vj.
1 yi as a passenger on the steamer I 'olden
Hate. The alarm of tirn was given w hile
all the passengers were at dinner. There
appeared to be very littUi excitement at
lirst, and I supposed the fire would be
aoon extinguished. Then 1 saw the lirst
mate come alonsr, and be got out the small
one-anil-a-half-inrh bote used f..r cash
ing decks forward. This was the only
hose I saw in service. All the rtesmer
Lauds and passengers went to work at the
pumps forward as many as could get at
the brakes. 1 went from the pumps up
on the hurricane drek, saw Captain hud
son on the bridfe tryinj to quiet the pas
ieners. telling them there at nodtnuer,
the firo would be very soon exllrjjruisherl,
and not to get excited, Ac.
While I was on the hurricane deck,
rrhirh wm but A fn iuiuutca, Sir. Nolan,
the first officer, came along and told sev
eral of the men (passengers) to form In
line and stand by to pass buckets of wa
ter on the fire. The buckets wote at
band, and I asked where the water was
to be had. He made bo reply to this, but
fiassed on below to tho mala deck. I saw
dm po ntfi on the steamer, and suppos
ed that he, finding- the etfurt was of no
avail, went aft and got the boats out
(three ' in number,) where be was tery
actively employed in savior; the passen
gers. The steamer at this time, was turned
heading towards the beach (about three
or four miles distant,) the wheel lathed,
and the engines kept in motion, I was
afterwards told on shore by tho second
engineer (first and second engineers were
both saved) that the engineer who was
on duty at the time cf the burning of tho
steamer was lost.
By this time there was a great deal of
excitement aboard. Many of the pasnen
geiljuinpedovot loard, others were throw- j
ing chairs, benches, plank, Arc, over to
assist in the effort to save their liven. The
forward boat was lowered, I believe, br
somo of the pacsengers. It, was crowdod
there being some twenty-five or thirty in
it, a number of them ladies. That boat
was struck by the wheel as it reached the
water, before the tackle was cast oft", and
swamped. Tho weather was fine; Lad
been warm all tho d.iy, and the sea was
calm. There was a slight land breeze,
nothing more.
In about fifteen or twenty minutes af
ter tho alarm was given tho steamer
struck tho beach. P.y this time her w hole
upper works, from stem to stern, was a
sheet uf flame, with the exception of a
small spaco forward of about fifteen feet,
where tho passengers who were yet on
Iionrd, to the number ofnearly one bun
died, i should .judge, Tvero crowded to
gether, some dinning to the rail, to the
chains, wherever they could obtain a hold
or a fooling. At tho Moment of our strik.
ing the, beRch, tho wheels of the ptcamer
slopped. 1 elided down a rope into the
water and swam for tho shore, about one
hundred and fifty yards distant. I pick
ed up a tin life-preserver, which assisted
in buoying nie up a little, but lost it
again in the surf. Thero were about
twenty men who Lad reached the shore
ahead of nut. The number who got to
land at this point was about eight v, of
whom there was only one woman, M is.
Wallace. There was a number of wo
men in the crowd gathered forward, Ite
fore mentioned. Tho bonis that left tho
steamer went off towards tho port of
Manzanilla, about twelve miles distant.
Captain Pearson, Captain Hudson, and
the Turser all got ashore at the place
where I did.
After getting safely ashore myself, 1
assisted in getting others to laud. A
number were drowned, and some thrown
ashoro by the action of the surf. We
buried sixteen bodies tho following morn
ing. Tho steamer was burned so as to
break to pieces by nine o'clock that even
ing. Tho engines, beams, Ac, stood
there, black and gaunt, like a skeleton
We laid on tho beach huddled together
(the weather growing cool boforo morn
ing) lo keep warm, as many of us w ere
without clothes anil well nih exhausted.
In the morning we started afoot for Mau
zaniLla. About 3ix miles frora where wo
started we found water. Hero tho party
divided. About forty of us started to
make tho port by going across the moun
tains ; the others, including Mrs. Wallace,
Captain Hudson, and Captain Pearson.
remained at the watering-place close to
the beach. They afterwards went around
the point, and were relieved by Mr. ISo
lan, in one of tho steamer's boats next
morning (Tuesday). We remained In the
mountains nil of Monday night with
nothing to eat, but had plenty of water
from the opr-nrs we found there.
Tuesday morning we started again for
Manzanilla, thinking it could not be much
further off, and, after traveling about two
hours, we beard A Signal gun fired from
the St. Louis. 1 las was the first inti
mation we bad of there being a steamer
near at hand. Some of the party climbed
the trees, and from thence saw the beach
and the steamer St. Louis. Wo then di
vided and made our way, some direct to
the beach and others towards the sterner.
The steamer went on toward Manranilla,
leaving tier boats and -several canoe,
manned by Mexicans, to pick ui and
carry all the wrecked paaaeogers of the
Ooltlen Onto they coi.ld find at various
points along shore, from I he place of (lis
aater iown to jian?atuii.i. wr.en we
wore taken into tho boats we procured
something to cat, as they had supplies
lurriialieil from the St. Loins. On Tin a
day afternoon hp reached tho steamer at
Manaiiilia. J lie passengers or the hit
Ixmis went very kind in their assistance
to us, furnishing the ilea' ilnte w Mi clotl
ing, and so forth.
Jnriilf.ii i. Captain J ami Whitney, Jr.,
was one ol the psstung.-rs who n:iley
swam through the racing surf to 1 he beach
He once reached fordahle water, but a re
tl tt v wave hurled him Lai k a;;:.iii. On
gaining terra fiimi he was very inti' h ex
hatiHied, and borne time elapsed before he
recovered his consciousm-H. A number
of females also survived this tryiug ordeal
of tho breakers, but it nearly rout all t
them their lives
John Henry lloolli, a lad of tt-n years
jumped overlroard about ten minutes af
li-r the fire btoke out, .He swum to a boat
in which his grandmother audotheis ha
secured placi s; but the t.ot being full he
struck otf for another not yt i tiled. He
was taken in and safrly iunthd, while
the oilier boat, conlaiuiug his sranumolb
t-r aud Mrs. McMulltii (the only pirsuns
he km tv in her,) in attempting to h are the
side ot the v esse I, was Mruck by iha pad
dle and attAruiH'd. The bodies of the
Iroy's jrraudmothi r and Mrs. McMullcn
were vi ashed ashore and buried, side by
side. On arriving hi ra the boy w as taken
ill charge by Mr. laid Ferris, furiiithed
with a new puit of clothes throughout,
and take-u to his home, where be is kindly
provided fur.
Henry Cerstnnps, who was lost with
hit wife and child, had been a (icrmari
merchant of thU city for several years,
doinr business on California street near
Sanaorno, lie was unire.!y respected
Ui close attention to business .,,,1
est dealing bad been rewarded, accord
in? to rumor, by the acquisition r.f act ru
fortable fortune, and be was returning to
Lis native land to spend bis days there
In peaco and t)uiet.
Charles J. Theis, n ho is reported at
among the lost, was a tiernian, and on
of the firm of Theis & Knilihe, importers
of dry pootld, oa Moctpomery strcwl.
The irreparable bs u .tuned by Mr.
McMullen, in the death of his wife and
two children, il indeed terrible. These
melancholy casualties bar cant A deep
gloom over a very large circle of tyrops
thirinr; friend". But the whole city it
plunged into deep grief, f-carcely a citi
cen but has lost an intimate friend, or at
least an acquaintance, and some those
nearer.t and dearesfto tliein on earth.
No such distresiinjr event, with per
h.ips tha single cxeepiion of the catas
trophe to tho tentral America, has ever
befallen this community. Heaven grant
lhat we may never be railed upon avrain
lo rr.rcnii'lo so i,ie a calamdv.
A
Terrihlt) Lcssou ou GiuiJitiir
Rebel Property
i.rrr. p..;.-ir ".c of I In, I im iuuail I oiune'i . J
.Nr. Loris, Anjuflt f), 1802.
Il was on that terrible marehof Cur
tis' army from P-atesville lo Helena, lioll.
the land routes for commissary supplies,
ry way oi iiolia and hy way nt Pilot
knob, had becu closed iu Anticipation
oi ;in iinuieui.no opening oi vt lino river
by the gun-boals, and a transportation
of supplies by water. When this enter
prise failed, you remember, Lure was n
argo army lar inland, in an enemy'
country, that must double-quick lor sub
sistence, or tfarvo in the forests of Ar
kansas. Tor there was nothing like a
sufllciency of provisions in thai wild
country for such a host ; and even if
there had been, an appropriation or them
would not have been adjudged constitu
tional, fso this jaded, harasted, bnngrt
army made straight for the Misisipp'i,
as fur salvation.
it was on this terrible march. I have
the story from a reliable man, who wa
with the cxpeditinu ss a cainn-folloWei '
a nr mi tsiou oi nieeio was proceeding a
day in advance of the. division of Oslei -Laus.
This noble army of tho Union.
with the battle glory ol Pea Kidge yet
fresh Upon it, sears and wounds of cuer-
rillas all over it, worn out, half-starved,
still kept its columns, straggling into no
pantry, cellar, or baiu-yard, but holding
sacred the private property ef the rebel
enemy, nnd even guarding il when re
quested, against any danger of violation
bteelea division, chanced in its lino nl
march, upon a settlement of thirty slsv
holders five or six mansions in succes
sion, at intervals of a plantation apart
wno avowen themselves secessionists and
asked for a guard to protect their posses
sions against tho pillaye of snch strag
glers as might, for tho moment, forget
the IScw Uestiiment moiloof warlare, and
Late the enemy according to the old Mo
saic dispensation, down in Egypt. A
guard was promptly detailed, consisting
of a sergeant and one soldier for the first
mansion, and two Soldiers for each of
the others, to remain on duty till the di
vision (Os(erhsus') should arrive. The
guards went to their posts, and the
marching columns passed on.
Acst morning, the advance of tho di
vision (Os(erhaus') cume up, and the
spectacle that smote them in tho face at
the lirst house they rescht-d was almoai
too horrible for belief. Tho soldier of
the guard lay in tho yard, killed anil
brutally mangled; and the sergeant was
hanging by tho heels from the htrhest
limb or a tree near by, with twenly-one
bullet holes through his body! From
defiant and scornful Lints of the she
devils of the house, it was manifest that
the male members of the protected fami
ly Lad helped to perpetrate this incredi
ble crime, and then had tied with their
associates I The p-uard at each of the
other houses, too, had been wade way
W;lh as prisoners, the women suid--and
the male inmates Lad all disappeared.
Observe lhat the sentiment of the di vi
slon (Onterhaiis') then went back to the
Old Tc3t.tment dctrinc, of "an eve t..i
an eye, and a tooth lor a b.oih!"' TL
commander coi.Id not Lave controlled
thatpentirnent if ho had desired. I know
Ostcrhaus, and 1 do not believe he de
sired. Abraham Lincoln himself could
not Lave quashed proceedings then, ho
eyer firmly ho had "put his foot d.,wn "
There as only the one puiiisl.ln. nt
available : ' Koinoi e the women ami ehil
dicn !" And the snapping, hungry flame
set iiM)ii and gobbled up every vestige t l
human habitation there, and licked eai h
plantation as clean as a netV prairie.
When the rebels n turned, 1 pieMinn.'
Ihey found, in the ruins of their peace
fill abodes, a liloii? Irons violation of the
constitution! an utter disregard of th.-'
usages of civilized warlare! lint they
smelt a wholesome h-sson, lo-wif : Unit
tho devil is to be foiii'hl with lire. Ver
ily.they shall hate a hot gimjx,-! preached
to Ihein henceforth. Tho army of Hi,
southwest, will, heiealter, temper t In
warfare wiiii more justice and less mer
cy. Wo must crush these rebels, though
we have b descend to their arena ot
lighting to nccouiplinh it. They art
found in the very act of high treason,
even on their bent behavior; Ihey can
not leaaonably complain if they are treat
ed as tmtlaws. Put when to hio.h treas
on they superadd im h monstrous crime,
aa tltis, vengi-auce nnibt be let looue tit. on
tlo m. s.'iith the Ian I of Hunts
MAdamei Allxuii recently received an
invitation to a ball from a lady iiiovirix
ia the liiiit circles of Paris society. TIm
celt bran d songstress wrote iu reply to
inquire w hi-ther the invitation was ud
drcsaed to Madame Alhonl or h"
Coubiess Popoli, at Album clvnyed i'l',
and that iu advance, whin ''' oM
to point lha tveuine, aud thf Cot.nloM
charged nothing. This v,ouId-be hostess
replied that she invited Albom. AlUn
be-jed U, )w ejcieed. Prsvu, AlbonJ .
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