Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer
CHABLEST6N. Bluing-of the rieasaer Raleigh Llt ef tbe sated. Ciikz:.Tvro. December t5. The following r-rjani. saved from the Raleigh, are now cere: Purser McManus and wile, D. B. Bice, chief engineer; John Smith, seaman, Thomas Keatlrc;, baker Joseph Crowley, third cook; Join McDonald, actum an; Margaret Murths, rV'W.rdeea; Captaia Mtiis, an orfieer of the Nev Yorl police, and Charles Whitson, pas-eeogers; C. W. Bartlett, chief officer; Gordon Young, second officer, Charles Smith, qnarter- maeter; Gibuey, meesman; Tnomas P. Brown, fireman; K. Roberts, steerage passenger, G. Short, steerage passenger; Francis kC. Hull, steerage passenger. The following are probably saved: CP. Harbbman, jun son of Captain Patrick Mar-ringtoc. fireman; John Larkins, fireman,' Eugene KUis, cabin-boy. These persons eeraped in a large boat, and are known to hare others with them wboee names are unknown. It is believed they picked up several persons who were floating on portions of the steamer. Mere About the Ralelgtu Tbe third boat from the steamship Raletsa reached Kiowa Inlet yesterday, with thirteen more person, from the wreck. Tkeir names are Dr. J. Caas, Lawrence Sweeny, James Brady, John Steara and Aagelo Gorragaa, fiaasengera; Charles P. Moashmaa. jua., Aet-ng Quartermaster, aad the following members of the crew: K. Boyd, William Welsh, Eugene KUia, James Re afield, Michael Larkia and Patrick Harragan. Thirty-one persons in all from the Raleigh have arrived here, aad twenty-four are sull missing, of whom tea were certainly drowned. Hopes are entertained that Can-tain Marsbman and those who remained with him on the steamer when the first boats left, have been rescued by some passing vessels. Tugs from Charleston ware cruising yesterday at the scene of disaster, but without success in finding any of the missing parties.