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.THE INDIANJLST JVEDESDAy DECEMBER 8, 1875
IN THE VASTY DEEP.
HOW THE ALBERT GALLATIN WEST
DOWN IN THE PACIFIC.
PLUCKY WOMAN THRILLIXO ADVISTUBÄS
KIOHTKKN DATS IS A SMALL BOAT.
The San Francisco Chronicle tolls theaub
foinod story of the sea in its interesting
style of narrative On the steamer Mikado,
which arrived in this port on Saturday list,
came Captain Groves aud Iiis wite and two
children one a babe who had had a most
remarkable scape from the never-satisfied
laws of old Oestro. All that human beings
.could suffer, endure and live, fell to their'
unfortunate lot. The captain and bis wile
are both comparatively youcg, and look
sufficiently careworn to have borne the
burdens ot many more years than
have yet rolled over " their beads.
The lady - is small, delicately
formed, and yet plucky, or courageous, and
full of animation when detailing the thrill
ing adventures tbrongh which 8he and ber
buaband had pae5. On April 29, they left
Antwerp lor Callao in the ship Albert Gal
latin. They had a prosperous voyage lor
three months. But Aupuat 2, otf Cape
Horn, 53 degrees south and 79 decree went,
hearyBea struck the ship and carried
away tbe rudder at about 10 o'clock P. M.
Then for fourteen daya everv effort was
made to replace it; but the weather con
tinued severe and the rough winds and
waves tossed the rudderless ship to and fro
like a cork. And all this time, as
THE HEAVY 8EA3 ROLLED OVER THE VESSZL,
every soul on board was continually
drenched, eo that not one of them wore a dry
garment for two weeks. At length, August
15'vh, the over-washed ship was found to be
within two miles of the Ildefonso islands
and drifting on the rocks. Immediately all
on board the unmanageable vessel were
ompelled hastily to abandon her, which
they did in two life-boats at about 2 a. m.
The captain, his wite, two children and five
seamen took one boat and the re
mainder of the crew the other, and the
latter have not been heard from since.
After all were in the small boat, the cap
tain brave little wife rushed on to the ship
and snatched the chronometers and charts
and brought them away safely. The lite
boat aoon filled with water, and was well
nigh swamped beende the ship. The boat
got away with sixty pounds of bread, but
this was saturated with Bait water when she
filled. They brought away no fresh water,
and for two days were without a drop,
while driven about by the boisterous waves
and seekinz a hid i Otf place. August 17 they
got on shore on Hermit Island, but the six
days they remained tnere It
THUNDERED AND LIGHTNING EDJAND SNOWED,
mod was so cold that they were little better
offtbanon tbe ocean. The rocky isie was
barren, uninhabited and desolate. August
24 they left this island, hoping to reach Sta
tin Land, rome hundreds ol miles distant
but near the Straits of Lemaire, through
which the vessels often pas. They were
out but a single day, however, when the sea
became too heavy for them to proceed, and
drove them back into Scourtield bay on
llerschell island. But the sea was so rough
that they could not land, and bad to stay Id
the boat ail night. Everybody was wet,
and tbey had to bail constantly to keep the
boat from going down with them. That
night was very cold and the canvass over
their heads froze stiff. They could not lie
down nor sleep, and bad to bit In a
stooping position, which Mrs. Groves did
with her babe on her lap, while the snow
on the awning pressed it down so low and
hard upon head that her attitude was any
thing, but comfortable. Next day they
navigated around this island and landed on
Woliaston Island. While on these black,
barren and rocky islands tbey often found
it difficult to get a fire, and suffered intoler
ably from the cold. Here they found a lit
tle wild celery, wbicn tbey mixed with
their salt sea-soaked bread and some pre
served meats, which they had served in
small quantities. The daily allowance of
each one was but a couple of ounces of this
oarse fare, which was warmed altogether,
and each one took a spoonful. There were
KIXB S0UL8 OF THEM IN ALL.
Tbey remained in this distressing condition
until the following Tuesday, when they
again started for Staten Land with a light
wind from the southwest. At midnight
they were becalmed an hour or two, after
which the wind freshened from the north
ward. Next day it blue a c&le from the
north-north west, and in the evening
the tempest became so fierce they
were obliged to make a raft of their oars and
lash the boat to them and let her drag,
while they were kept constantly bailing.
They again lost all the fresh water on board,
and the boat filled and destroyed all their
provisions, and Mr. Groves looked up to
ner husband and said sadly, 'I guess we
are gone this time." That night they
drifted back about forty miles from
the land they were approaching.
Next day was more moderate.
Some of the men fell esleep on
their oars and lost three of them. But in
the heavy teas, whenever a wave came,
they were all obliged to pull, for lira. Alter
a week of such voyaging the captain's wile
one day saw a ship. They pulled lor her,
but were not observed. The day following,
about 3 P. h , they saw an island about
twenty-hve miles off. At 5 P. M. they
sighted a vessel and made for ber. She
proved to be the ship Syren, from Boston
to Honolulu. The shipwrecked wanderers
bad now been afloat or on frozen islands
for eighteen days, in all of which time they
had never had a change of garments,
naving loss evervtniog when tbey aban
doned the ship. When they were taken on
THS MBN WERK ALMOST BLITfD.
All were nearly starved, end one sailor was
out of his mind. Tl.ay had to be raised on
board the ship, and not one of them could
stand or walk, their knees beiog almost
stiff and their strength being nearly ex
hausted. Yet daring all these eighteen days
of dreadful suffering Mrs, Groves bad man
aged to nurse her Da be and preserve both Its
life and her own. Captain Newell, of the
Syren, was extremely kind to the sufferers;
and they say words can neither portray his
goodness nor express their gratitude. When
they reacosd Honolulu some of the good
people there cared for the s äffe :rn, and the
Mikado brought them to our city. The cap
tain and his wife appear to be very nice peo
ple, and it would seem as If norne of our
worthy citixens could not bestow wiser
ebarity than to aid these helpless ones in
this their time ot need.
UNDER THE EQUATOR.
HB. STANLEY'S MOVEMENTS AS KNOWN AT
The Khartoum correspondent of tbe
New York Herald writes Monday's Issue ot
that paper as follows, concerning tbe coun
try known s Equatorial Africa: Accord
ing to European papers Wadai has now be
come a tributary province of Eypt, It 19
said that the sultau of Wadal was himself
the first to propose this arrangement to the
khedlve. If this information should be
confirmed, It i said that one result will be
that journeys of discovery will in future
enter a new phase;" for in the event of
Wadai becoming; an actual dependency of
Egypt a territory will be aur.ject to law
which has hitherto been attended wilb tbo
greatest danger. Bat In reference to this
'new phase" the events of the day lead CS
to entertain a very contrary view. At the
time When the barbarian princes of Wadal,
Darfour, etc, exercised their powers In an
arbitrary manner, scientific explorers could
at least penetrate into this mysterious
region, although to return was quite an
other matter, as many examples will show;
but ilnce Darfour has been blessed with
Egyptian laws, tte unterrlfled explorer has
not dared to tread
THE SACRED SOIL OF THE MYSTERIOUS LAND
(Darfour) any mora than the unfaithful the
Kaaba in Mecca. As a fact I can adduce the
lollowing: The Alrican traveller, Ernst
Marno, when he asked by letter the permis
sion of the g3neral governor of Darfour to
visit that land, received a vry courteous
answer, which was only to be construed as
invitation. Marno, on the fUh of July
journeyed from Khartoum to Darfour. In
El Obe'd, the chief city of Kordofan, the
Mudir declared to him that according to
higher authority, no one could enter Dar
four except otiieers of the government.
Marno then wrote to the above
named eeneral eovernor of Dar-
iour (by name Imall Pacha) and re
ceived a reply advising him for the present
not to proceed to Darfour, but to make ex
ertions in Kordofan. He also sent a tele
graphic message to Cairo, but received an
unfavorable answer. Ergo, scientific ex
plorers enjoy, under the new regime, less
liberty than under the despotic rule of the
black chiers. According to this experience
Darfour is to-day nnder the Egyptian rule,
bo far as scientific exploration Is concerned,
just as once China was, and the above
quoted words, that scientiile travel has "en
tered a new phase," etc., remain very prob
lematical. Mr. Chipendale has been obliged,
on account of an absolutely necessary sur
gical operation upon the neck, to return to
Europe, and left here on the 13th of August
for England. Ernest Linant de Bellefonds
completed bis journey on the victoria
Niyaoza in January. He met Stanley at
King Mtesi'u the latter (Stanley) had al
ready completed a large portion of his sur
vey of tbe lake. Unfortunately, little is
known of this interesting meeting of the two
travelers, since Linant, while on his return
journey to tbe north, was massacred be
tween Darionr and Kerri, with obout forty
of his people. He was not sufficiently sup
plied with ammunition to meet the attack
of the savages. Stanley, on leaving King
Mtesi, went toward the west. On the
borders of Uganda bis soldiers appear to
have deserted blm, placing bim in a very
difficult position, and it WSS only with the
greatest difficulty that he eoul l continue hi
juurney. Col. Gordon has, for some time
past, been sojourning in Bede andKeni;
NUMEROUS MURDERS AKD ROBBERIES
had compelled him to concentrate all bis
forces under the leadership of the well
known Woadel Mek, who was well ac
quainted with the district, and to give the
savages a very Bsvere lesson In order to
nut down their hostility. Marcopulo, well
known since the Baker expedition, wan
called from Uairo by tlordon at the com
mencement of this year. He accepted the
invitation, and went toOordon'a residence
at Lado. He returned from equatorial terri
tory to Khartoum on the 2d vith his dis
mission, and goes back to his old quarter
at Cairo. According to the latest private
information from Faschoda, two Greek
merchants, while on a hunting excursion,
were auacKea cy a troop ot Hcbiiiooit
neeroes and severely wounded with lances.
Tbe Scbillooks then entered Faschoda, sur
prising about twenty soldiers, whom they
massacred. Two companies had been sent
thither from Khartoum. According to this
it appears that the report sent abroad, after
the Turks had strangled theScbillook King,
that travelers con id journey In the Schli
look territory in all directions without es
cort or arms, rests on a very doubtful foun
The wits of tbe press are ridiculing obitu
ary poetry a great deal now, and finding
fault with its measure and rythm, and all
that, but down in the bowels of every news
paper office there Is an old bald-beaded
book-keeper who blinks and blinks, and
knows that obituary poetry rhymes better
with m dollar a line than anything Tennvson
ever Wrote. New Orleans Bulletin.
THE CONNUBIAL INFELICITIES OF A resur
rected W1FH THE EXTRAORDINARY
DEATH, BURIAL AND EXHUMATION OF MRS.
RORINSON now AN AVARICIOUS SEXTON
DISTURBED TIIE COURSE OF TRUE LOVE.
The subjoined 6tory is somewhat startling,
but as the New York Mercury vouches for
its truthfulness, who Is there to doubt it?
Tbe other afternoon a handsomely dressed
lady, accompanied by a gentleman, stepped
into a lawver'a office on Warren street. The
lady might be slightly on the shady side of
thirty, ana ner appearance betokened eon-
scientious attention to table in an excellent
boarding house. She had fair hair, blue
eyes, a deliciona month and perfect teeth,
tier companion bad a alight stoop in the
shoulders, mutton-chop whiskers, a delicate
nose, gray eyes, and hands like a shoulder
ot lamb, lis waa excesaivelv modest, and
the lady did the Interviewing. "I come," she
began, "to see il I can quietly get rid of my
husband. I dont want no noise about
it. bat I want to have it done quick, and to
pay a fair price for it none 0' them extras
and unforeseen expenses, you know," and
8 be smiled mysteriously. "Is this gentle
man your husband?" asked the lawyer,
looking at the drooping masculine. "No,
not exactly," saia the laay, Dut he hopes
to be when he has the rlgbt to marry me.
lie is going to pay for the decree." "Where is
your husband does he object?" queried tbe
lawnav 'fh he' the Mt- tnH
doesn't object," in confirmation n Vhirh the
lady produced a Uet ; paper-,Vte?ted by
a notary pub siting lorta that George
- ... joiii; unaoie to live longer in
Earmony wittr his wife, agreed to a divorce,
etc., eto. The lawyer was amused with tbe
cs and, by judicious questioning, ob
tained from tbe lady
THE BISTORT OF HBR HARRIED LIFE.
Miss Margaret Hardy was, seven years
since, one of tbe belles of Rudby, in West
em Yorkshire, England. The maiden's At
feet ions were concentrated upon one George
Robinson, and to him, with tbe full ap
proval of h er parents, she was married on
Christmas Day, 1869. The first year of mat
rimonial life was one of uninterrupted hap
piness, and in the course ot the moons a ion
and heir was born to tbe Robinson. Alas!
the tiny stranger did not take kindly to ex
istence, bnt sickened and died, leaving the
poor mother paralyzed with grief. She took
to her bed, and refused to be comforted. She
would neither eat nor drink, and in a short
time became a living skeleton. Finally,
she to all appearances died. The
poor young creature ,wa?, by the ex
press command of her father, interred
with her rings upon her hands, and there
was a good deal of unfavorable comment
among tbe town's people on this "rrimlnal
waste." This Jewelry particularly excited
the cupidity ol the pariah clerk, and he
made minute inquiries concerning the prob
able value of the buried rings. Finally,
three daya afer the funeral, at tbe lone
hour of midnight, be crept cautiously to the
new-made grave. Having removed the
earth and unscrewed the colli n, he proceeded
to take fcoö4 the rings, but from thecon-
tracted state of the fingers- was unable to
effect his felonious purpose. Thereupon
with his TXKket-knifo he commenced to
amputate tbe fingers, but he had scarcely
reached the bone of the wedding-ring hoger
when, to his astonishment and horror, the
corpse bolted nearly upright in tbe coffin,
at tne same time uttering
WILD AND DISMAL SCREAM.
The clerk Immediately darted homeward
witn his hair bristling on end. Meantime
the poor woman, who had been uncon
sciously buried in a death-like trance,
alarmed at her extraordinary situation, di
rected her steps to her husband's residence
and knocked loudly at tbe coor. Robin
son's consternation when he beheld bis wite
In her shroud and grave clothes may be im
agined. He howled "murder" and "police,"
attracting a startled crowd to his residence.
Then it became evident that Mezzie Itobic-
aon bad Indeed returned from the cold,
damp grave in veritable living flesh and
blood. Afterwards the injured finger and
the state of the grave pointed suspicion
to tbe parish clerk; but having saved
the woman's life h? was allowed to
go unpunished, and the matter was permit
ted to rest. Finally, Mrs. Robinson, to es
cape morbid curiosity, implored ber hus
band to emigrate a step he was very mi
willing to take, because, aa Mrs. Robinson
avers, "he was over-head-and-ears with an
other young woman in the place." Ulti
mately tbe wife's importunities prevailed,
and tbe couple came to this city in tbe sum
mer of 1S72. George has earned a respecta
ble living, and his wife and be occupied, up
to a lew weeks since, a commodious floor on
Sixteenth street. It appears, however, that
he has been becoming gradually estrangod
trm bis wife, and Meggiefeit that there was
"a woman in tbe case." Recently he was
sick for a fortnight, and sbe intercepted the
LETTER FROM HW WHILOM FLAME IN ENG
LAND. Yarm, Oct. 9, 1S75.
Dearest, Dearest George: I rite this to
enformyou that 1 wud ha thot9 you wud
ha gotten ridd of her long betöre this. I
wud come to yon my darjing rite away but
who shud I bee, nothin wbatsumever
neither wife nor wider; and dear George
you wud not like to see me that an her alive.
Oh G6orge it was a miserable day when old
Jack Hail the avaricious sexton. En dug
her up, how happy we mite a been; but I
will come out If you say so for oh dear
George I love you very much as you know.
trm Damton has ofTer'd twice to wed me
bnt oh George I don't love him like you.
1 have saved twenty-five pounds, but I
hope you send the money for me to
come then I know you mean what you
bav, BrodT Jack has had meassles a second
time and I am first rate and stouter and ob
CJeorge bow happy I wud be it we were to
gether one heart one home. I (am) sure i
wnd l'.ke the voyage for I been on tbe sea
and liked it first rate, bnt I wud come any
hOW if you get ridd of ber. Ob dearest
George do rite soon and tell me all as I am
so unsettled In my mind. Yours sincerely
Mr. Frank Bronson, Mr?. Robinson's
boarder, became speedily acquainted with
tbe contents of tbe letter, making only tbe
brief comment: "Well, let him get rid of
von, and then I have no objections to occupy
his place." There was an angry consulta
tion, to the conclusion of which the boarder
was summoned to assist, Tbe result is as
baa been described. A quiet decree will be
forthcoming, and no doubt four people will
be thereby licensed to r-wome happy.
It has been said tbv true religion will
make a man a mor6 thorough gentleman
than all the courts in Europe. And it is
true; you may see simple laboring men as
thorough gentlemen as any Duke, simply
because tbey have learned to fear God, and,
fearing him, to restrain themselves, which
is tbe very root and essence ot all good
breeding. Rev. C. Kingsley.
To Consumptive. Weakly People and
all Persons Millerlng with Scrofula
Catarrh, c nrvy, Aypfitllilc Affection,
Kalt Ithenm. Pile. KryMlpela, King
Worm, Tetter, Pimples and Blotches
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DyspepKia, Fever and Ague. Liver, Kid
ney and H'itArr Incase. Xervon De
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Down Constitutions and every kind of
liumorln the Blood.
Having suffered more or less tor many years
with Catarrh, Weakness of the Lungs aud a
crofnias disease which appeared on my face in
pinplH aud blotches, and after doctoring with
the bt'St physicians and trying many kinds or
advertised remedies (Including riarsaparllla) ,
without Hading any permanent cure, I experi
mented by compounding roots, uslDg the medl
Cine thus obtained. I fortanately discovered a
most wonder.nl ütood Searcher or Medical Bit
ters, wbicn not only gave me great relief, but
after a few weeks lime effected a radical enre.
1 was tree from (,'atarrb, my lungs became strong
and sound, my appetite good and the scrofulous
oores had disappeared, l then prepared a quae
tHy of the Root Bitten and wa in tbe habit of
giving them away to the ick. I found tbe med
icine possessed the most wonderful healing vir
tues, effecting cures of all diseases originating
from bad blood or weakness of the system, as If
by magic. At last tbe demand became to great
1 found myself called upon to surely patients
with medlcino far and wide and I was compeled
to entabllsh a laboratory for compounding and
bottling tbe Hoot Bitters in large quantities for
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oar forefathers, when people were enred by
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my remedy and particularly such persona as
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TRI OOS ;XItJt!I,
It never falls tojgive
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never i tiuB iuk, never namens, is very dura
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B X3 IT H.A. 3VC OB.GA.3ST QOMPAN
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Washington, 1. t' Deo. 2, 171.
Mewrs. Ifelphenstlne A nentley :
Oents: I very cheerfully slate that I ncd
Darang's Rheumatic Remedv with decided ben
efit A. If. STÜPHEN8,
Memlier of Congrefa ol Oa.
PKKSIPKNTl AI. AN8ION,
Washington, P CJ., aprü 2J, 1875.
Merars.Helphenstine 4 lientley :
Gents For the past eeven years my wife has
been a great sufferer from rheumatism, her doc
tors falling to give ber relief, she ued three bot
tles Duraog's Rheumatic Remedy, and a per-
mantmt care was the result.
. WM.H. CROCK,
"Executive Clerk; to President rant.
Washington, D. C, March 3, m
In tbefpaceof twelve hours tny rbenrnfttlsm
was gon. having taken three doses of Dumnz's
li..ruro.tio Remedy. My brother. J. B. cwsna,
Ol EeulOrd, Pa., was cured by a similar ar ount.
Member of Congress of Pa.
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