ednesday morning we noticed that an accident occurred down the bay on Sunday night, and that Mr. J. J. Love had been killed and Mr. Pierce severely wounded.
The body of the supposed Love was brought rations were made for the burial.
That afternoon (Tuesday) a telegraphic dispatch was sent to Mrs. Love, who resides a short distance up the Mobile and Ohio railroad, to come to the city.
She did sal last look.
On Wednesday afternoon the corpse was escorted to its last resting-place by Mrs. Love and a large concourse of intimate friends and acquaintances.--Lo!
and behold the sequel.
On Wednesday night, the live body of Mr. Love was brought up on the steamer Dick Keyes and restored to his "widowed" wife and sorrowful friends; the mistake having occurred in sending the body from Navy dnesday, the newspapers containing the announcement of his death and funeral notice was read to Mr. Love at Fort Morgan.
He immediately telegraphed to a lady friend, (he not knowing that his wife was