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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - September 17, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioA september 17, 1852. Gin Ginn Ati 0. Frumer volume 1. I a of the temperate Reform published every Friday. By Caleb c Lark a 4 Bern Franklin Ivin in lib me. Terms a i 1 my Ratkle wow Ripon a flu of ton and u, am subscriptions to ii to accompanied Wius the Eash att addressed Portofe a Aid to Caleb Clark of ten Frankus pro Stino How v 7 j o. A Ostry magnate. Aiter the death of this lady a who Field some office about the person of the Era Tim new from the London Leader. Aristocracy. A title once could Only show a Hie signs Oft Obj birth and men of Funk were years ago the great ones of die Earth. Titiev deemed it jut the crowd should shrink. Before the Cap and gown a they thought to wrong the poor should think i and right Upkeep them Down. Those were the Day a Hen books were things a the people Quot could not touch it a made Forth use of lord and Kings h and Only meant for such. To work the Mon to till the toll to cat the costly Gem a. A to tread the found of Dally toil. It a was Juile enough for them. I time was when just to read and write a were thought a la Al Quot v for those who Wake with the morning Light a to a am their daily meal. Iyabo Man a More submissive slave 1 the less hit head place pc new acid �0 the mass from habit gave their birth right to to of now look abroad the Light of truth i spreading far and wide 1and that which Bill Ste English youth.1 must shame our ancient Pride. To la Zhini alone can Wield the sword in spite of wealth and rank the Artisan May face a lord Yuth thousands in the Bank. We scorn not those of High degree for so Here wrong to do but poorer men As Rich can be and quite As Noble Loo y the Prince May act a Gayer part but he who works for bread May have perchance a Wanner heart and p raps a clearer Bead. Then Grieve not for a the Good old time a behold a brighter Daj the causes of our fathers crimes Ltd Are wearing fast away. A it a a before the pen the press the Kail ,. A m ust old opinions fall the mighty project cannot fail f then Aid it one and All tone to my mind coming legend. J Erzsi began in a Low voice to relate As follows a a. A v Quot a a a not far from Here is a Large in rect Tow us which with other estates in the country., became the property of a German count up his marriage with the Only daughter of a Rich a a a 1 a lady1 of the press her in Shmuil ram from \ Zimna to live of the estates which lie administered during the minority of his two sous As their guardian a great iterations were now introduced. The old officials and sdrvatits�?7-most of whom bad inherited their situations from father to son for gen a rations were replaced by austrian.�, Quot before Long not a word of hungarian was to he heard in the Castle thu family itself did it understand a syllable of the language. Alt judicial preceding we transacted in. Kaniu roue of the officials had thelig left acquaintance a hour Mother Tongier and if the poor peasant brought Forward a rum plaint or a petition he was not Only unable tip make hit self understood but was even mocked and insulted on that account when thus wounded in his tend Crest feeling his Pride 111 our Noble language he nppeuld/1 to the count himself he gained but a repetition of the same treatment Only accompanied w Ith increased scorn. The sole results of every such attempt was approbation for the officials and harsh words or blows for the peasant. He a if fell Tollay the streets tire empty no owe red top Pear at i door while the Mournful train passed. Even those whom humanity had rendered bold enough to take the Huntsman to his Home withdrew in anxious haste fearful of exciting anew the rage awakened in their tyrant. The injuries w hich the Mother and a fld had received. In their fall Quot to. The pavement were fortunately slight hat Janos Lay in a hurtling fever occasioned by his wild fancies full of me terrible events of the evening Aud mingled wih the ardent desire for revenge agitated the brain of the sick Man. From time to time Terka Laid Cooling Herb on the deep bloody wound with which i Back and shoulder were covered and then seated herself quietly at the read of his bed. F 1. Hay broke at last. To a Huntsman knew once More hand that so gently touched his brew and found a smile for the child to which Tefka sadly pointed a their Consolation. The Little one at of the floor not far from them playing with the Bright hair that fell in Light Ringla Toon her neck,.and the Rte abundance of which was Joy and Pride of her parents. T j. Towards noon the a trampling of Many horses was heard. The do was flung open and the forester w to had Oil the previous Day arrested Fain predecessor Imd brought him to a gradually on a be people like Ata endless night a the Gastle a now entered by tear tied wore deep Fonow in their Haggard face a Era youths. A Evdur lord commands Vidu a he cried in a tone of peremptory insolence a Ziri stauty to the fire arms a Hud Yon to doubt still Janos was �1 gamekeeper and had until now led a Domestic happiness a Atli a Fais wife and child. A lie was replaced by an ignore tit upstart better skilled 111 the arts of fawning and flattery 1.than those of limiting and Wood-., Craft. 1 a riven from i House and Home Janos re j moved with his family to Clay lint a on the Banks of the Danube not of Bir from tin cmri.1 lie tried in Many ways to provide fur their support hut like father he was on give up have in the House the count himself Waits without to a witness of yoga the Huntsman,-.pliable to speak cast a look of deep Maui ugh on Terka. A Tjanos had hut the one gun a she said with downward look a wre Tobes beware a lie plunges you i Faia father had his grand deeper in disgrace. Deliver the Riua that la Riff Huntsman his kill you Stilt courralidg.�?�,. Therefore was limited to the Green Forest and his unerring Ball. His utmost efforts in told work and fifth ing brought Small gain and great vexation. 11 is child for ill Hud the Blooming Cheek of his Young wife grew Pale from want and i anxiety. Jaulos knew not where to turn. The Village do Tor had declared meat and Nour Ishing food to be the Only Medicine for Inether and child. The prescription was received in f silence it was Given with the coldness and indifference of one who grown Dull to such sad scenes by their frequent repetition cakes Little the advice be gives thru be followed or not. A a for Many hours after the departure of the 1 he Huntsman himself now a made a sign of a citral. A. A a to c have hidden nothing a Luu Muied the Young wife almost Inan dirty. The count fad overheard this conversation through thy open door. A drag him Forth be cried i voice trembling with rag a a a that the Hoof of my Hope May tramp i this lying magyars soul out of his body thu you hear. Out with him or his punishment shall fall on Tao so who hesitate. Let the House be Schroh a cd a Coutu fued he and if there be found what was the Sanro 6m it of a proach Mii misfortune. Them ber a Short prayer and hastened to conceal herself and her children in the remotest Corner of Tajc House Alwn the Siim it ii a a of Wilfred s Black horse was heard of the Turtle warm sunday morning during bar fwd Tigre Wilfred had re it Fen out with a dozen Fleet greyhound to course the Hare Little caring m his wild snood for the Honor with. Which lot filled Quot the. Pidus villagers by this1 unholy of the Sabbath. The sport Dii not prove successful the dogs had been at fault the Viory had failed in Speed the game had escaped the Hunter. He relieved hit ill temper by pulling at the Mouth of his Var Jan Hue Tili it Lilc a and giving Tho do Ira. That Swarc of their crime were slinking fear a fully away a talc of the whip in his of san Tate Determinatio ii of reach his prey he had Ridden farther than usual now in Ingry and vexed he a a tight to Burton the Way Hack to the Castle by a Aphis Over very obstacle. A after proceeding timely on i Way for half Aii a by hit. A Enol Siu Deuly roused the healed rider from his turf Seq if looked up and found bims Elf on a Sandy Road on the Batik site Danube. He was about to Sliu Iken Hia Pat by feb for Kwh own and his a fires Sake when the animal saving fad starting aside stopped Short. at Fhi unusual movement he looked Aroud Foi the cause of Bis horses fear. The sight that met his eyes although far from alerting a similar feeling in him held Jim for some moment motionless. A few paces from him on a Grassy Hillock Lay the orphan her on he Arm unconscious of to he i def a approach. A a \ the magical loveliness gleaned from her countenance which was Bent. Towards the Stream with an Arch smile such As petted children w ear when they venture to play tricks on. Grave people. Í1 can while Fie Senrt into the water Bunches and Gar Lauda of. A Flop flowers1 which Lay heaped in he Lap. A her Long Bright hair tautly borate on the w ind now floated in sunny filaments Aro fid her. Ami now enveloped in Rich to folds her slender form. The w Hole Aputi Guiou was one of und Espfir Quot hand. A a no of Fly a he , a Call thy spirit to. Thyjaid�?T.�?�. A the Maiden trembled i every limb. A my parental Mytia beats a a she trick a. A of help your child a and suddenly a As when a Hugh caldron on the Point of boiling sends to the surface foam a Ira bubbles to the Stream began to seethe us a heave its Colour changing to a Dull Grey a hollow�?T1 flashing sound was heard and. An of Dor of de fifty Rusti from the Waters. T he orphan uttered / Orv of Joy stretched her arms As towards a visit at object and Sank into the Stream. \ a a shriek of horror burst Rora the tyrant the luxuriant tresses Royia ined in his hand Pale As death he staggered several paces . be merciful to me Quot he Stam Meird. With faltering Tongue and fell to the ground in a Swiaka. His hand Fela cd its hold and the delicate hit hair earned by the wind flew along the Shore Atod rented on Hill and Bush. A a t. A the Bill were still Kall Jug to Church but the people excited and a Trei Libling at the Mirante the v Hhd witnessed i tilt Down and implored from1 heaven forgiveness for the wretched cd tort. J Quot a a Lou it a Ilfred soon after made a pilgrimage captivating. Ilu in Titi he so obstinately denies he shall pay for it Jtb his life Ai Tho Koutlis seized the sick Man Quot and dragged by in to the burning Sand w hich at this doctor they retained brooding gloomily Over a place cold of the Shore. Terka followed. His word. A the Young Wile bad at last j a a hold Quot shit cried air she saw the is red a. Wife nao As Ian a a through sheer Wear Rin a fallen asleep w Ith her Dittle one on of Btij Utsman whip of the furious Over the. Hewi of her husband a a ipod on moment�?1 i gazed on the toothed find child and two Laige it wild fetch Whit Lotf desire a a whip 01 hear of her husband tears strange i vitauts to his proud face fell Dow n his checks on to his dark i suddenly his Dye flashed. A. Resolve seeing to burst struggling from him his lip grew j Pale. Stealthily he arose Aud groping in the Straw that formed his bed Drew Forth a Dou j j bled barrelled gun. From its concealment a j he threw Over his shoulders his Large a urn a f and hiding beneath it gun Pouch and powder flask be hastened through Tau doorway j it Psi already dusk when the crying of her a child for food awoke Terka from a feverish sleep. She raised herself with difficulty look a a. Led around and Quot Isa w. She was alone. Where for month before the election of a repro wft8 Jato of it he knew that fora week be had a a putative to the hungarian legislature All j a without work what could have induced i Latsen High and Low wore the chosen badge my to forsake his sick wife a horrible foie j a i boding w hich she could not define seized her. 1 from household word. The wild Flower of the Danube. Consisting generally of one of the nation colors j Guje Ril amp be a out find called him with a loud i take charge of the child whose unhappy sprig or Flower. It was jnuet0�ce there was no answer. She returned her had avenged them All. Several times kind of their party Feather a ribbon of one or of a fresh sprig or 1 >ww., easy to recognise at the first which j j0 the hut took the wailing child in her arms party a Man belonged. A and darted Frodo House to House in the Village in the county of pcs Grid Chatfi Mileg up acting far her husband. Some Hud not seen Tou Bieh May Well be called the. Garden of a. Others answered with a Hungary during the election which Iii due a >1j j in n h t to persuade her to ret am to the lately preceded our King s last breach of a hut this Olluf rendered the dark image of Faith a _badge.,. Was chosen which from the coming evil Mere distinct. Onward Ana on stae West Back id to the House. In a few Sec Odds she ret Rufid with a Rifle in her hand a there a said Sheds the w Capone and the Ball with it a a and before they were aware she had taken a sure aim Aud fired. The count shot through the heart fell from his horse. Janos sprang to his feet his frantic w Ife clasping him in her arms whispered a few words in his ears. Flu a instant they threw them Kolves together from Bank into the Stream. It their bodies were never found. After these terrible events the deserted child then five years old became an object a the Teu Crest eare to the whole Village. The inhabitants were incited to., this partly by a natural feeling of Cpl ads Aion partly by a dim untutored sympathy which impelled them to Moth poetry of its name Aud the Beauty of its form excited in Mea Lively curiosity. It was a Plant found in lower Hungary Jnore Especial a on the Banks of the Danube and the this a. On a slender Green Stem scout by decked with leaves Waves a delicately divided feathery Flower which for softness and flexibility. Can Only be compared with Ostrich or Marabou plumes. The soft filaments which Nestle so gently and the color of which can Only be described As Flaxen will partly explain the Peculiar name that the Flower bears in Hungary namely a the orphan Maiden count Joseph Zilfay a Young and ardent member of the left bad brought great quantities of this Plant which continues for years unchanged from i estates in lower Hungary to our i land District where it will not grow. He distributed it As the Oppositi a badge at tue election of deputies for the momentous diet of 1847-48, the Flower was to becoming an ornament that Many ladies whose husbands or father belonged to that party adorned their Riding hats with it a circumstance which doubtless brought Over Many a Youthful proselyte. One warm autumn evening i sat with a Trae hearted peasant family before their cottage door. J was to remain with them until the following morning when 1 expected to receive a letter which should regulate my movements. Father Mother and children were stringing the dark Golden or purple Brown spikes of freshly gathered turkish Maize on Long pieces of Strong twine in ,.� hang them in festoons from the Low Straw roof to dry. In the hat of the Fin Active lads waved a most Beautiful Quot area Leany orphan Maiden hair at least eighteen inches Loni. The Black eyed Erzsi Elixabeth observed with some Pride when she saw How 1 admired it that this Flower was not. To be found in our a Tony Nesgard and perhaps nowhere in such a erection As just Here on the neighbouring auks of the River. My former Euri deity returned and i inquired into the origin of its extraordinary was Only after repeated entreaties that my boats who at my question had assumed quite a solemn air determined to impart to me the legend that prevail along the shores of the Agmi Ihen concerning this Flower. According to ancient custom it might Only he related by the grandmother on the Long festive evenings of the a Bratma week. As she however was now ill the Blooming Erzsi alter assuring us she remembered every syllable of it was allowed to take her place. The full rising quivered on the Calm wave of the Danube Ana the whole scene Geve a Hali Ead dead hearted Mol tie a tried to take the child to Tfank l ies intending to regard it a one of their now but she always returned to the hut of her parents. Neither kind my bar Ufa treatment could Indue her to Tav she always seized the first Opportunity to ship away when Hung re she went into a the Village and asked for bread if this were offered to her1 in condition of her not returning to the hut she sadly Bent her head so beauteous by adorn d with 8 a nay curls and went Home her Hun Ward a a a Meles presenting it Sechaud to impel Terka towards one fixed spot. Meanwhile night had completely closed in. The starving child shied jeered of the Ith Mother w to though Only Hall clothed neither Felt die ger in appeased. Tiey ask qty her Oit cull pc raw night wind nor heeded her infant s cry. Did not tear being alone in the solitary dint she had now arrived in front of the cast a Thoi she would then smile add a lifting her dark Fate were wide open but the Entrance was Blue eyes in wonderment to the lace of the lied with a crowd of people. Terka stopped questioner answer a father Aud Mother Are for a moment and turned her Large Black Eye j with me you forget they watch All night on the bystanders who motionless with ter ror stood gazing Tow Ard the Interior of the Castle Yard. Silence reigned fora moment , horrible cry then pierced the air one that seemed rather forced from a sense of powerless rage than from pain. A cold shudder ran through All present Terka had stink on her Knees but Rose at once Aud with the strength of mad nest pushed aside her neighbors who sought to detain her reached the space within it was lighted by the Ruddy Glare of torches held by a number of servants who were ranged around. The bus baud Lay bound with cords Aud the hissing scourges fell with fearful rapidity upon him. A few paces Distant stood the count with his two beardless sons. Al three appeared to look upon the scene As on an unexpected excitement. If a groan or cry from the poacher he had been caught in the act caused the executioner who had been created for the occasion to pause involuntarily a heavy blow on his shoulder dealt by the right hand of his gracious lord taught him to Beauty rare. Much Lea would have sufficed to inflame he excitable heart of the austrian face pig typed from his horse Aud approached the Maiden Feal Tig All the title lest Soini illusion might Bejdan Ling i is Sens am the whole in rant. Til Cut dissolve into Ajr before lip reached it.�?1 Bhe did not look up but continued playing with the Flowers. A f a who Art thou Quot he at length cd claimed almost trembling with emotion. A say Art thou wow a 1, Ordin mortal a. A Fly heft was no answer. Quot a Quot the c out Drew nearer and sat Down at her feet. A udi ten a he resumed �?o1 Feci, passion Ato beating of toy heart that Tribu. Art mortal like myself., a know not whence thou Coulst or what Triy he me. It i Attens Yfim Aii Tigu hut by Beauty is power.,�?T reign Ovir All that is unit Ion and a ver me a with the a word he tried to seize her Haum the Maiden Itow looked up Tor the first time and 011 club distr at the . A hush a she. Said a you spefih�90 tour i cannot hear w hat they Are telling a j a a Quot leave thy childish play a said the Knight car song or. A Ujj Matthon not hear Dost thou not dnder�tiji3 what 1 offer thee f 1/ county i if red Loril of this wide d it stif 1 m i o re tit love. Follow me to my Castle and. Let the do bold say what it Wilt thoth tue be Lotf Wilfred s,wife."�?� a the Maiden listened thoughtfully to his words i sad Over l or Clear brow. �?o1 do not Ike of Root w Bat you would with me. A a w Ith turned fro i Hui. Its though m Ainger. 1 the Coffit stood up. Tie Felt a Tny lilt of that in Patio of cd which always seized him on the slightest contradiction 1 hut a glance at the create arc before him subdued it. A a thou Art a child vet a charming a wondrous child. A Side staud the a of Sweet wild Maiden thou heroine my wife so Ifill go with me to my Eastie shall leave Liis place never to return Aii All w Ilfred had said the orphan under food he purposed to remove her from her Home .1 it Ati Nidus fear she sprung no. A i Cave this place to /hecri.ed. A is ranker Why torment me with a we words know Quot you not that 1 am the orphan leave me a she Eon Tif aued Aud clasped her hand imploringly a leave me. To myself do void not hear a Aud she Bent in a listening attitude Over the Danube a they murmur. I fear they Are i displeased with me a she threw herself to the holy sepulchre from which he Meyer returned a so years More and his elder a brother Bren Thoj ii last after along illness in Hii by ins moment Sony by i sympathising men w Loiti be had taught to feel towards him nothing but hatred and a longing for Evenga. The property reverted to the state hut Maiden Ever so me this wondrous event have found along the stores of the new Flower Ghe fila neuts of which 0 closely resemble the orphan Mii Demiri hair Fiat they have Given it that name a a a a a 1 a a Erzi erase a. Meanwhile the Moon had fully Fien and. Softly illumined the Stream and its Green shores. Here and the re Between the reads. Were seems the delicate Light flow ers the cd Piaf by of who Rah she had related and which gently a a stirred by the evening wind to the truth of the hungarian legend. A a was later my hosts retired to test but i Long on my seat before the House and tot the Rushing current of the Danube and number 35, from foot of government Street into the of the str Eam White she was this wharf were 27 Bales of Cott Oij. Anda a Siik of other Good for which the Captain had signed Bill if lading Sal was taking on Board. In the heaviest of the blow the wharf swung off find floated Dow n to a into a Island. The arrival of the Nob relieved the minds of Many respecting Thrif relative Aud the East Pru Shore Aud Point Clear in Quot particular. The water Rose Iii yeast to the Piazza floor of Tycho the at the highest riot did Auy of the Fouse around about suffer any Fie rious injury. But the wharves All along the coast arc carried away or very nearly so. J % y a sad tragedy do marred at Choctaw Point. When the storm he gain the family of air. Lil a Libert were it the or rather in the dwelling attached to it and or. Colgin whose wife Koif Phil Down formed part of the family Circle hastened to the Rescue. Forming a raft he first placed the Young ones of it but it broke away and infinite labor w its required to recover it and its precious Load. Finding it impossible to take All at once he left the children in the House and took his wife to Shore but before lie could return the wind blew off the roof of the House in the upper Roe of which theft i nil were vainly see tug safety Hud then the whole build Ingro As dashed to piece. In this frightful Clisante 1perished the Mother of mrs Filibert her two grandchildren and a negro boy. A a a a the Mobit advertiser of the 29th, to find the following a ave learn by the capt Aill of a fishing smack who came up to the City last evening that five ave re lout t to Smeka with their Crews lost be tween re that to harm befall at last they were obliged to let the strange child have her own Way but supplied her regularly and a bund with foot a a my degrees a kind of Awe made the country j weeping on her Knees a be not angry with people shun her. Turc her his duty a a a �?��?o�1 a a Wiik a i a Cic nge he visited this insult to himself with threefold Force on his victim. Terka gazed with vacant eyes no end escaped her lips. The storm had loosened her Long Black hair which she thrust from her pallid brow though she wished to see More clearly. Mechanically she Drew nearer to her husband Aud. Now he sees her a fresh scream of rage Hurst from him it was like no human sound 1 a Law syly he cried in the hungarian Tongue a what would an Angel do among demons a the Young wife made no reply unconsciously she opened her arms the child fell of the stones of the court Yard and she Sank fainting by its Side. Silently As at the funeral procession of a murdered Man did the neighbors carry the father Mother Aud child All three covered according the the Law none hat bootes ire showed to keep Fin Sims without express permission f hungarian sheepskin. A. A dim her parents spent a very night with her. Gave recollection began to Dawn on his mind in .1 Volunta Riby his thoughts reverted to his father who bad been Mitt weird on these Banks a he details of the Kerfot event had always so far i Ait in with food and clothes. 1 of Awe made me county j weeping of a a rib b her strange reserved a Tolci moved ones 1 never will the orphan leave re a the gentle sadness that was spread Over j this place it r features the Ever repeated Assurance that \ shudder ran through the Knight t parents spent Cymry night with her gave occasion in tutors of All sorts among the us tire a Tifuh. 1m was Daiil that their. Restle a spirits actually Rose from their watery grave to protect t the Datlag they had forsaken i his belief at last prevailed so far that people gradually avoided speaking to the girl a a jiving her in their Homes but everything she required. Was conveyed to t place a Henna she a if by a tacit agreement Earne to fetch it to a this estrangement coincided entirely with her own incl Vatious she did not like the a society of human beings Aud had no knowledge of their ways. Thus solitary and companion less she ripened into a Lovely Maiden. From Sunrise till evening she was to be seen on the same spot sitting on the Shore either in a musing dreamy attitude softly murmuring to the Waves and bending Oyer them a if listening fora reply or combo a with careful Pride her Lustrous Golden Bair which dipped to the moving Mirror of the water and enveloped her in the situs nip like a Mantle of rays. Seven years had elapsed since the Dayou which the Parent of the orphan had met their death. The old count oppression far from being diminished waa redoubled under the United Sway of the two Brothers who vied with each other in Infix eting paid and misery awhile Franz was the terror of All the poor who were unable to Render their lord the exact amount of Money and labor due to him w Tif iad the younger brother was a Libertino of the most Leent Louft nature who in his wild passion for the banquet and the Chase spared neither the goods nor the lands neither the Fields nor the fruit of his vassals. Every holy feeling of humanity seemed to be dried up in thase two hearts. The father of a family trembled when Fraux ordered him up to offal As possible been concealed from him and his brother. Why did the Shade of his Rise to his imagination dark and bloody a a thoth Little fool a he exclaimed a thou Little frantic fool Art thou really so unacquainted with men Aud the world As not to know that each of buy words is a Thunderbolt before which every will trembles and is silent i Tell thee thou must follow with these words he clasped the Maiden in i arms Aud sought to draw her away the orphan for Ait up. The Auger of outraged modesty glowed on her Cheek her dark Blue Eye flashed As if it would annihilate the insolent intruder. 4 a melt a a she cried 5 a a help Saken am 1 quite for on the surrounding Heights appeared groups of country people on. Their Way to the neighbouring Church who anxious spectators of the unequal contest ventured not to stay their dreaded master. A thou struggle Tiu vain mischievous Little Witch a exclaimed Wilfred As he strove to lift her on his Horn. A help a cried the Maiden again. The groups on the Hill crowded the Bells of the Village Church began to sound the summons to. The holy service. With a violent movement of orphan had succeeded in disengaging herself and had gained the Brink of the Stream. A i understand the a shouted the count a a but thou Art top Beautiful to become the prey of fishes thou Shaft not scape me sold he roughly grasped her Long Silken hair and wound it several times round his right the sighing of the Reeds repeat to Lueth legend 1 had heard. Quot a a in a a a a a great storm. The great storm which recently extended throughout the Atlantic slope of the ail ghz Njus from ii the Treme North to the extreme South Jia Detic an Inonu Clabie amount of damage As a specimen of its effects we give a mow sketches from the Mobile Register of the 2gtli ult., Aud from the Augusta a i togs t it of iou Al it those who have lived in Mobile for the last Twenty years say that they have see ii he such Storta a prevailed yesterday. A tout mid. Night of tuesday the 24th,the wind Coin a cured blowing strongly from the Northeast with a constant rain. About 9o�?Tclock be amp of of Day inure aug the wind shifted to the South East and up tinned blowing with rain until this present writing. The result was that the water was driven in. Upon the City and the Street nearest the River were flooded. Front and Commerce streets their whole length were completely flooded with water and the Street running Quot at right angles with them were partly filled. In the upper part of the City water Street the third Troni the River was cok red. At government Street it came up to he Market House Aud we saw a dug put moored there to the Post at the North East Corner of a Ater Street. The grocery in the Middle of the Street waa surrounded with water. Fish Aud Small Turtle a called by Hose w us of the fact sea Turtle were taken at the Corner of govern meal and water streets w Here at one time there was a Fleet of five or six Good sized boats paddling about. The Gale continued All through w wednesday a and until noon of thursday the26th, Al time the wind perceptibly decreased Aud the Hood Beuan to retire though the rain a to fall throughout the Day. A at one o clock thursday morning says the Register the Gale raged with terrible fury. Immense Trees were torn up by the foots fall ing into the streets of into the Yards crashing fences or w whatever impeded their Desce tit houses were Uuro ofed and the helpless in Niles were exposed to the pitiless pelting of the storm and added to this came the Uii a a Welcome Assurance that w Ith the rising tide the flood was progressing with alarming rapidity. By two o clock it became evident that Vater Street could not escape submersion and some gentlemen whose anxiety would not permit them to rest barely had time to reach their stores Aud secure their books before they w Ere entirely ruined. V ,.at Sii prise the aspect of the City was gloomy indeed. The Wood haying submerged w Ater Street forced its Way into the stores offices and dwellings of st Francis Dauphin Coli and government streets nearly up to their several intersections with Royal of the River front its great damage com me the Island it had swept away ail the improve eats Sheds ship was houses. Sec from the land. Every thing was cleared off. That sea Drift House boats. Were All driven off and every thing swept from that Side except the her Dock. 0� the West tide of the River of course was the greatest destruction. Below government Street several Pilot boats water boats and schooners were Laid on the streets. Two were Only fetching up at the Wall of the Cotton press. At the toot of government st. The Brig Michigan worried away the wharf she was moored to and went with it into the Middle of the Stream. The dry Duck dragged higher no Aud nearer Shore than her regular moorings. The ice House was mandated and All the fresh wind produce entirely dissolved. Every store 01 course on front Street Walover flowed. ,. The whole Range of wharves is one vast ruin. Nothing but the uprights remain 10 most places Ana not one solitary har retains anything g 1 Ike its original form. Those of the mail line Are the Best the two in rear of the c. P. Gage Are entirely swept away. That at foot of Conti Street remains tolerably intact. A along the Shore from the lower Presa upward to government Street vessels Are lying High and dry. A Large Barge is driven no in the rear of the press. A the Brig Michigan carried away the wharf Dot a River and Dauphin Island, the late Gale. The number of lives lost with them in opposed cube from fifteen to Twenty. The yacht Kate which arrived Here last even lug reports that the Oregon on her last 1 new or Feax hither left a family of six persons of tuesday night in the wharf at Raslear oni a. They were passenger from new to that Platre. M r. A Oddon the hotel keeper wait Down a Porter with a baggage car to Asafat them to the House the Oregon having already moved off. Shortly after and before they h amp if time to leave it. The wharf was. Swept away and All of them were drowned.1 twp men upset in a Flat hype remained it sixteen hours in the water cling Iii to the wreck. The gardeners who have Jung cultivated patches in the ,oppw1t� tie City have been rendered utterly destitute by the lose of every to Khz to the til one poor f Man when the water Rose upon him placed he Ana. It is said Jive children 111 a to a boat in sch broke and Riff Quot Gad capsized before he could get to it. By i Tine strange Cir chm stance he lived to recover the boat and find in it the forms of three a ii Teu and their Mother. A a i some three Miles or More of the Railroad j was sump fetid but we Are gratified to Jaru that it sustained hut Little i a f the damages have been estimated at a million and a half probably however they Willroot prove to be so Uruah. A / a. Alter the storm was Over a Prii bloc meeting was held and committee Aoji pitted to see. To he clean Itig of the cite a. V a the at Alki Uta Oil paper of sunday morning w e announced that w Hen it went to pres the flood Thui three a feet six a in of the great Fri Shet of May v 1s4�o�? that the upper Bridge had Beim a carried away and that the lower Bridge was in a precarious situation. The water continued to Rise All night,.-and until about 10 of clock 011 sunday morning at w hich tithe it reached its highest Point remaining so for two or three hours., after which it commenced filling., it has continued gradually failing up. To the time our paper went to press last the extreme height to which it attained a Riel in different sections of the Eity when a compared with the freshet of ih40. A a the lower Bridge remained firm till y of clock sunday morning when two boats which Wem tied out in the Stream parted their Cable and together with a Quantity of Drift Wood Carne Down with Resistless Force sgt Kinait the Bridge on the Georgia sideband carried away about two Hundred feet of that powerful Structure. A the wait or covered the cd tire Eirv Witk the a exemption of a few favored spots and filled nearly Call the cellars w Ith water. The dam t age to goods though considerable we believe has not been very there a ample notice to remove them to places of a hat damage will be done to the buildings by unsettling foundations remains to be seen. 1rhe upper part of the City Aud along the line of the waste Way of the canal is very much torn and disfigured. The current swept with tremendous and Awe inspiring Power a that direction taking the line of the old Beaver dam bearing upon its bosom Bouses Bridges fences atol property of various kinds and forming Fin impassable Barrier Between the flour Mills and factories mid the great body i the. City. Quot fro i Early ail the okie riot houses Iti that part of the Quot Eirv West of Marfe Ury Street and North of the factories the inhabitants were driven by the surging flood Tud those in larger dwell Iii were rom pulled 0 seek Refuge in the second stories. It is impossible to estimate in dollars and cents the amount of destruction to property Public and private. The loss to the City in the items of the Bridges Over the River and Over the canal of culverts and causeways and the deep furrows of the streets and the bursting up of the hydrant logs will have to be reckoned almost Quot by hundreds of thousands to which the necessary Relief to the horseless and destitute Aud the Sain to by precautions which must be taken and other incidental expense not easily enumerated must he added. The loss and deterioration of private property in destruction Aud injury to houses fences Aud gardens and the destruction and a Juego of goods and merchandise Wil he in the aggregate very considerable. The suffer tag among the poor must be very great such a to Appeal strongly to Public and private Benevolence. We Are Nappy to say there has been no less of life. Hamburg in proportion suffered vastly More than Augusta. No part of that City was uncovered and in some parts the water reached to the second Story of the houses. There waa much injury to goods and other property. It waa stated to is by a resident that the water in that City waa All of six inches higher than in 1840. A Young irishman named doa Seter. Was wading in front of a store when he fell into a Hole and being unable to swim waa quickly drowned

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