Dunkirk Evening Observer, March 31, 1890

Dunkirk Evening Observer

March 31, 1890

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 31, 1890, Dunkirk, New York ANW \\VA\AA\ ANA i-Vnk-j-ftnj-s-Tw+lft. *: “A Living lion i» Inlier linn « Head L or.’* The Brooklyn Divine tic- Rev, i)i T«ltu«n<•*, gives J,n interesting di*cour«e. Ii will I*1* found In full or 3rd pane. ANW ' N WWZ/WWWS/N\W\\ " i n\\» iikttkk r\riMTiKi *'• ti ain Clinting limine in ( hail* "> him ( i.«t,f,,,- turning out all th© very l.,« ^'•iio .!< .I I    in* in > Pf’in inq. " lei for - till lino r) | NVN NNNNS VOL. XX. HUNK IRK, N. Y . MONDAY. MARCH ‘>1 18! Hi. NO. IU. HEP It FSE NT a VE USINESS HOUSE OF DUNKIRK 4 NIU Iii I IXJ MAI HIM'. I r /\ all Ainoi of blanks I- the tat© t **i*4H til- Mechanical Ibqmi tment of HankirkjI*rintin gf *#m p# n v. SPFOIAL ANNOUNCEMENT I %,'OW i-the time L#r prmninjr your tr©«#, and A .non it vill lieu me for llxinjr ynwr garden#. Cark* aiel lawn# Lei it I*** 'tone »*v an ox per • n need gardener, «• <1 than coll for V amt cr-menleai Brother*, earner Kiltie ami seventh I aoneia. Next month we yet the finest nml rarest r«»<u*« • in hundred* canette* from llollaml. Nee! weeping r*«e for funeral plan anil m ini new •hrtiba nml lr©©#. Order nome of them whirl’ we will sell nu eheap that you imirt buy nome of them. rtTODDAUT A t th. Patent Attorn em, a 1.1 7th ^ Kb, yi aaliinrtnn. It. C-, ope P s. Patent of-tb-e Pa ie ii tn, Ca vents nml He I tai ten nwnrel. Trode Mark* reg! I* re* I All Patent bn rn neon conduct©#! for rn# »< lentic* Fee#. I nfortnati .ti Advice and special refereni-e* sent on re«ji*e*t. IIKCOKii HKKAKi.stJ FOLLY. LKXANDKK’N I oat and VTo#hI \ ard, .. Central Avenmi. npnoait*    tr„ ,.    .    * ' ^yi-pt _ All Vrn !* - ”f »• •'    1    ^ m .nit si;nu to >f td.W % !,0!JTH '*?, iw % m , wicking I >r us. Per* ma preferred who can furnish a horse and give their whoh mm WUWP    ana    aa    *©#©    ----- W* td| Lumber, bb in JC to* ****1 lelrt! -    *    ------- id un ted. I & ic tilFFuKb, 2t» ami t-‘ 4 entral Vv< J I. Artistje Photographer. Photograph# of Hallie* a ami ail). \‘l * need not wad fur sumdiuie except I* ’4ibWt Hook IIINDKKt Jam wo Irving, Pr * printer, No. It) K. -would street, mm •»<“ tai#/street, Dunkirk, N.    ii', •ie,, Pamphlets, et**., Ia»und in alls' ie*. *r* • promptly alb tided to All work gu 'rant* H(JIM.:II KICH CKUM KP.ltV IMU S* , sea Central Avenue. Wholesale ami retail dealer in I purloin**' tvmeitii- t lima. filaaawan*. Ac. J 1H ACTA CUI A Hit! Id, Vz    Hates.    *1    ia-r    day. la very ami Hoarding ht&ble in conn#1# tu»n Victor Hider, aw and SIT Lieu ©lr ’©I. I lil t BAKBKK simp D    Chaa.    Nagle, Prop., ballet Lake Shore National Pi nk, corm Center and Third street*. A tine #t*##.k ti foreign and Domestic • I yank. i IONKI.IM A MIN, \/    .‘UP    i.enu-1 street, jhrsetioa) borae-almeia. Partieular att* idiot paid to interfering not nee. shoeing of n* ar ., trotting bor®# a a ifwnialty. turn- to lite sn* *•«. Spar** moments may He profit tuber, Shingle#    Y?d®sal©    lot*    I    ably employed    A    few    v^<    am    ies    in    town* Corm*pun leoce for wholesale ;    It.    K.I'tHNSON & CO.,    Main st., Rnhmon.1, Va, UT A NT KI*— AN OTIV!. MW f##t en eh -et mu. Salary S?A to ft im*, to locally rn prevent a #i*c©©>--ful X. \ . < 'ump# ny imorp<»r--ited t*» supply Dry Good#, ( Loth!or, shoe#, Jewelry, et#*., to « a-inner# at e-wt. Als*## tally of tgcf, Salary *4'*, to enroll ii*©nilx*r-, hmm! ii**w enrolled, #)(*f»,ww pan! iii.) Re-fer**nee* exchanged. Empire Co*«perattte V*-iN'iatton fere*lit aril rat**!* I,*** k ll**\ *l", N. V. IjXMt SALE - A Cart of land in Marion eoun* ly, Floiilia. in th** phos|diate I * It, Lwrpi* or amati I) loin ti ti* a to aud put-* base r* ibis eitiim is gr* wine mote ranidiy than any «>i Ii -«»r part «*f the tate, tm I*and hotel* an* Mug built rid r drool* projected. A g'M«l m*»ney in king investiiM*nt. Char lea Maun, Kila Park Loeb*■*ter, N. Y. ThevA?t>rmon Elders’ Book ■ on K* V .1    audled    fr*w to us amt a ow iv, K|ye* Aa V. U. CjuouJu si a Unui4 St. hew I orb BOO •!> TO RENT! Iii the Merchant' Hank Building. I nquire of if    Ja**ol»    MT    lr    toer    or    Frank    May. D I NKI UK CV EN is*; OHS! RI I »«. Au unequalled advertising medium. D JUN Iii HK I.N1.1N’ I- l.ltl s *• COM I* IN I Formerly »elk*w A Popple, dlanufaetuiere of Lugme#, lt*#ih*i , Pole Sbafuug lluugert, et*. PatUTiis, r.*r^,n*g Cantiugw, aud Marin ae Work to *r<!<r. I vCN Kl KH NHI UT 4*#.. M . 'i *“* 1 - II Cen let street, Manilla im •-    »■! ^,r«»mwell" an*l “liuntirk j*erf®* t - tittiie Urt!ss shirts, tin sale in all loading turns inns clothing ami dry g*#od» houses in Dunkirk, I v F. THOM KY, J I.    4S4 and iv. Lu<n 'lr I. Dealer in k lour, k ee*i, alt, Hair-i Hay, I I*’1-phatoM, et#".    _ Established, i*t,, . LIE HUT KL ami ihn.ng -a •< st, I <•' lh:|M*t. Easy a* ** - to all trains and I i Ulm it houses. Beat ar wmm« station# for » on. were.ial Traveler* K H TFF ALO, N. V. We liavt* freijiicnt requertts Ivy mail for sampler <»i new «*iubroideries, Sncli requests we are pleaded to receive, but we l)i*^ to ask for particulars in regard to the samples wanted. State whether edgings, insertions or Houncings, also what width and some idea of tin* price. We have a stock <>t embroideries that is second to rr,er*'^ John J. Mur J by, Prop. I none in the coil ii try and SU-A ro    p»*rior to any in Buffalo. Tile money value we offer i" simply un para I let I. I here arc edgings from I of an inch to IN inches wide in cambric, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched    sets    in    different widths of edging and insertion ' c? on all desirable kinds of material. All-over embroideries in _ great variety. • I ie OKUM.    Flouneings    in    tile different K. Third H,«v. of Buffalo    widths from 1^ iliellOH to t)D Ma ii of icturer aud dealer in Fine P*o.»u*A Sh*#** inches. ■ ■F.Nitv wlilku’n NI.tv NToiiK, iu> e.    Sperm!    lines    el    cambric IT Third et. Hooka, Stationery, Mu-ieal lo-    I „    iii,    i    .) I,,    I - allJl t Ut ament#, M»u a/1: rn, Daily .rn-lK#* i r»*«-i    4 ‘    " •" •"    I «    I    -    <    * • ' - !    ' a   —... k. . .. •« ft^tttluiaina I .’k u F I « t «* . Iii Mil , „    J z.»c per yanl. A UAM, Met.DRUM A ANI'KR-oN. ^Hi.nw _ 5,7 aud HU E Tl'ir*! #ti**el~ Fine k uruiture. Cabinet Ware un*) I p uoi#teriug. Picture F rame# mail# I" ord* r. j^> I*. MATT ENON Mi CO., JOI Can lr# I Av* , (amu U-m of Fi» uh ion and CJentleiuuo tint'I IPT#. ll A KELI. NTE AM ll KATI NI. Ok. M an ufaulu rem of Steam Heating Apparatus Sanitary Plumbing a Si»eeiaUy. Ii OME STEAM LAC NII KY. Our sjMM’iallies:    Fine    ^lurta,    bi*-. t:**l!ar-, ie; Cuff#, ie, aud Lac* Curtain*, ti**1 Deliv- #ry. A VV. Cumming#*, ISoT Conter .areel 4Vua«tllitai#«Aier    aim    FO    t.A    -    *    •    « and every Un eg pertaining to a C r#-t dins book vtom. Sr.htHi. lt*H»k* a #p.*ctaity. I*OII PKI NTI >4i of I’Very <b -<*i ipl -m an i ai |«*wvi*t living rate# by Dunkirk Printing Company, 8 and IO E. second SC. New goods for this season are coming in daily. The L11.     ■ - »"«*** • *«»—* •    -#***»«•    •    oar    i    CT?,    #' I ii. van bl ken a m>\. Fun i f. mudm uiulei’wear stock is J Aurulent and lienor#! luaitrar *    I*,    ti*    iii*    i v Accliient anil ticnerai i uaurwciw. »•#-***- ^r. in K«*«l fchtate ami L«*nn . Pa ..ch i* complete, also tile llIH Il Stock, at eoUon paid U# the cue of property <*ilie« I-    I    iii* mg rent* Ac. ‘an (’enter at., in I Jh*>r.    tile    Cotton    StoCK a lid tllCWllltt* M . IIA. HA. V.    goods stock. By ••complete" , antral »v,.,;„e    wo moan I hey havo all tho now loadquartem for Wall Paper Pr* % O I#. Ae. st\ It'S ill this season S 1H‘W goods—all the variety that I JERK .«*... Manufaeturar and dealer m ll rn i, Sad lh--, lilt* best pill I'llflSl llg i&Cllltlt L.ndie#. toll ars. Trunk*,'' hp-, i. *■ » I* *• ,    ,    i    .    I    .    , Hora® Chiver* tHoves Mi ti-’ii-o'* ■ *** h I?. -    111 tile    C*OUl!;t’\ CMU 1)1 Mig to- I) SCHOLTEN,    geiller. I    17    Ka*t Tmr*l #trei‘,    O f|>.    ....    .    .. rasbtonable Tail* r. «oni *.*->. -i ' rh I I    I ll**    \\ Ulttl* stocks HIM * «C .lM*ir advantage t*< rail un tv* !*ef*>ie pt;r* h *-ing sl*ewh»*r»* INN, J. IE, aob Center #tieet. ft ring great bargains. Tiler * _ „ a en    never    was    a    time when you I) Vt tAHl rn- V NL    i    * r.    W.i.1.1*1.mer*    could trade here more advan- iJi'ncral Itamware," h,t* l.»*?id,UHv.i .nnui lUPpUe#, Oil tloUiu, Oral. te Itmc. A "I1* ••'ll*    OHnIv y>#< Sherwn.W illiano* Pa *'t au l Monr****iMig*. '“js    J    * [ > I' El NI., midi a* b1*»k-l#Qokiit b*dgci *, and iv ad kind#of itlHto Dunkirk Priu ieg Company,’ 8 ami iii K. Se.x»nd St. C IMH. 1*11 MOH'ENH Vt EK. Cor. Thml and Ituflalo Sis., Dealer in iirauit*’, M.m Flagging an«l >u,ating Stone, fall im mc i#*for* huyiuk mr snle-walk. ISLK.k Mi CO., 7 ami 9 East Front street. Whisky. Winn*, Bran*1ie*. Gwt,eral Liquor^ stere f«>r Family I -** r>OBERT W K vt, <    Lion street, near (lie lop d. ll<e.riling, .saie, I < * d and ! * - r\ -I tabling by the <tay *»r week on r\    rn >< arm*. Adam, Moi drum 4 Anderson DRY GOODS.: i'arpets 2nd Draperies, Book#>n#l Stationery, AMERICAN BECH K, &M-402 MA IX SWEET, BUFFALO. N. the accident to the city of PARIS MAY DISCOURAGE IT. Ik* Affair V,»d lo be M«#re Merlon. Than the ilffiirr, I are to Admit—Th# Pm-|M#tor Witiiani*# Eat#.## Conf#i#nr# Condemned bv I^«lN#r New*#paper*t — Other Torrlgn Affair*. LOWIN)*. Maret. Bl.—The |«#Miiy*r* from th# City of Foils s}**ak highly of the cotMloci of the oftireiN ait#i «*rew,l»oti» in tin* matter of managing th**duo#hie#I hLip nml tbit of ninking th* im'vngeiw aa hopeful and coni-fortabl# *i*.    - 'I hie. At 'be same time titer# is a general feeling* that th# Riving way of the n)A<*iiinerv wa- lh# result of the trenieiul* on* st rein i#ut on it in the desire to but the reeord. The ofh»*#r* of the v*-*s#*| w« r# very reti* cut fu ti* theeiaet nature of the accident ae J the pa-sparer* have very hazy vie senti* n’.je t. There is a gen#*ral iru-pre-'i‘>u f -it the affair was much more N»ri<*ii-than Ale given out, or than the office)-* carts I t i mlmit. If it turns out bhat th® break flown w *t* ean.-ed by the excessive pre# hit incidental to “record breaking’’ the ac’dduut mar oniewhat di*#xatrage that folly. Koine of the paw#“tiger# ooufem that they have I*-" lore of Ia-t steamers than they hail a few ii#vs ago. The little freight steamer A Ider*.,ate c< *im* w iii fur a good many hard v»or#l* from th* pas-enders, n*>tw Hh-tanding the de’ ^ht with whi**h they ha lh* I her first apparance. K!i»* is a very slow craft, and m id** only ntsmt five knots an h*atr with the the trig biter In tow. The passengers, who aer • great Iv* fretted bv their detention, were inclined to th ii I It th*- Al*ler*gate <*oidd have done be'ter if jai-ln-d, and they alleged her ca|)tniti inaile a ha;*#! j*#b of it delilwrately, with the id**a of getting more salvage out of the company lot hi* service#, Aft#*r lainling at (Queenstown iwrly Kun-dt»v tiiomi# g i» t little time was lo«t in getting sf •••!•• I trains really to chivey the i#aa-aeng'irt to Dublin. They were hurried aer*Ma ireland ami thri ce to Holyhead, where they arrived at IO o’ch**k last evening and took two sjsH-.al train' for london. (JI KEI VICTORIA"* KIIEEMaTISM. Din-ii Victoria ha-gone t«» Ai* les BniiiH in hop# of curing b.**t rheumatic trouble®, and has commenced a coulee of sulphur bath-. She has ivgi-etc I a- the Countess of Bal-nK<r>il, and goes about in the free and easy manner habitual to her wlv-n out of Bogland. Khc ha- a donkey carriage in which she takes much outdoor exer*’i-e. It is not known wbetlwr the donkey tx the-ame animal which u*»**l to suffer so severely during her maje-1\ ’# -lay at Florence two years ago. If so. he will hnvedi-covered by this tune that h s royal burden is thirty pounds lighter than in IM, Princes* Beatrice, who arcom-fNtuie#- t r mother, has started a course of twenty-4in# bat*.# in th** h*»|#e of reducing the ftt-*«itu**s* wi n b causes her royal highuaaa much discomfort. Khe is car:ieil lo the l»aths licfore s o'clock in the morning in a funny tooling >S**d:iti chair, ami the bearers preaurn-ably am wotciitiig th#* exjierinieut with coaid rabic int* rest, n- the princess weighs 210 pounds or tboFMthnutR. SAI I 'III HI’a TRIP TO NI (TE. I ..od Sal sbury "a* very mysterious al»out his inn to Nice. The xjiecial carriages marked for lits ti* wviv surrounded by oiiaii ci**'*d-at th- ( lulling Cross ami VTic-tor.a slniions, lait h<* -hpp-d away without ii in: either Tile r t-oii is supj*#*ed to be that th** prime minister »ioes not care to have th** general public know* ti ut he I* iii Hill aith. He Un* lost c#*nsidembly in weight, * <1 is | *;i 111* I and haggard. Bothiu hi# bouse aud hts olll**e he ha- the romans h it**d to a a -guv that i- orerpt#wering, and w hen he it**-out he wiHps himself up as if for St. IVE r-burg in v. jilter. He has nsfiitly con-cesv**! a gf u t i. .like «>f crowd# ami never w alk- in I ic -tieel*. AK'.ITRA KY MAGISTRATES. A en *• win- Ii I...- I-* n decided by two rm»- Jent magi trated in Ireland this week is <iii**isiiig a good ileal of att- ntioti Two man, Kelly an i < > Dwyer, w*-re chargeti with Cud-spiring to prevent Kmiih Barry’* tenants from paying tiieir rents. The tally evidence wa* to the iH'*<1 that th# defend ut# were wen conversing with the tenants. No evi-d> n* .* wa* g i * en a* to what they -ani. Not # itngl** tenant wa.- called as a witneas. Yet the mn; rat# ' had the effi atry to sentence coch deleodant to four mouths' hard labor. A N Al ii HTY OLO BARONET. The Iory mcuib*r f«»r one of the n«»rthern ooo*titueu< #«s. Sir ti ->rge Flliot, has allowed his amin i 'nature t*> couijiromi e him iii a way whi h is not pleasant to his children and gra I hill on. The worthy baronet, who, according to Biblical authority, ha* al cady outrun tb:s mortal sjwn. has marie himself |*rti( ularlv agreeable to a young widow in jsditc 1joii*I<*u ssx-iety. but he now declines to folio v this proceeding to its natural i--ue by leading the lady to tho altar. The widow seeks #<dace for her outraged feeling- by an adion for breach of promise, claiming substantial damage#, and the faithless Tory ha- -tarted for Mad*-ria to escape tiw* den- -rn of hts friends aud the upbraiding* of his family. Tnt KAINER** LABOR CONFERENCE. The lal'or new snipers do not -peak appre-eUtively of Ki.i' r Wilhelm's lalwr cNinfer-ence. They cond**;un it a* ha\ ing licen completely I in**n of usefulness. *So far as concerns the British laborer, be hi left in precisely th same iio^itifin he occ pled before. The continental miners may gain a few si gilt advantages from the re -onnncndations of the eottfcreiice, but even this is doubtful. the w- ather wa# fine and there wa* hardly a breath wtixi. Hignel- of distre * were c- n* J saintly shown, rocket® arni flare lights being used at night. Finally, on Friday morning the Adriatic wan sighted. Sh** offered to take off the fiaa-sengenj ami convey them to New York, which w. , ail that she <-oukl b** c "ecUsl to : do under the circumstamsit. Home of the |#a*fiengei*> thought the big White Ktar steamer ought to have turned arottml and 1 towed the City of Paris into |»<»rt. lait the officer* of the City of Paris said thi* would I have l#een against all preemient and entirely I unnecessary iii view of the fact th# disabled ' steamer wax not in distress, and was rn reach of otb#*r help. ARRIVAL ne THE CITY OF PARIS. L(li;iSVlLI.FS lilSASTKK. The IH-Mhted Mixt lletaied steamer K*a«'he* llioenstown. Qr-:evstow March St. —The City of Paris reached here at 4 a. rn. yesterday. Diver# are I'xaruiug her bottom, lait the exact nature ami extent of the damage h;*- not yet lieen made public. Wheu th« ac*-klent occurred, ami it was found the ve-scl was making water, with a |#o—ibilitv of foundering. a (tan;*’ ar*#*® on board. The excitement was heightened by the fact that the firemen and nome of the engineer* ru-hed up “ii deck immediately a I ter the crash occurred ami dis-piaved great alarm. Th#* engine n-nn had t«e*-u fto<*i#*l through the injection till*** whi h. it is alleg#*d. the engine**!**, in their excitement, neglect'd to cl*#*®. Tin* ****ani engineer remained at his poet and I isk**i his life in the effort to shut off •team In this he fltially #u<*oeed«*d ami thus save# the machinery from total w reck. After the steamer ha*! ibifte<l al*out for a long time without sighting a sail the chief officer anti six men started in a UH* Is .at to get into Hie track of th** liuers, hoping to intercept some of them ami procure assistamv. They ^countered the AMer*gate, wlii*-h nvtdily • •ame to the aid *#f the di-ahlcd steamer. ■‘ria®® Bi«iiiarck*s Kecepti#»u. Berun. March 31.- Thousand* of |<erson* visit#*! Prim-e Bismarck'* reehieuce at Frcd-rh'hsrtihe y e-ter*iay. The prim*#* penoralljr received as many of the visitors as possible. lie wa#overwhelmed w ith expi*e*sions of a*l-m ira Non ami esteem from |#**>ple of ail classes and swnad much affected. Count Ib-rliert Bis*uar<-k is expected t<» arrive at FViwinch-rub® Monday. Though the ex-chancellor’s 75th birtlniay falls on Tuesday next, the celebration of the event by his friends ami admirer* Ite-ran yester* lay. Thera wa# a gi ami fete at the kaiser'* lantern, at which many deputies and a large throng of |<eop]« w re in atteiulan*#. Herr Miguel de]ivei*e#i an eloquent sjiewh, in which he dwelt on Bismarck’* incomparable aerviccs to the emperor ami to fJermany. Otlier s|#e#*’h.*s of similar iiu{¥#rt were made. Itoiilwngiwt* Unseated. Par!*, Mar#*h HI, In th*- eU*-tt*»n* yc-ter-•lay for the anat# in the chamber of deputies made vacant by th'* quashing of the recent e!i**ti#->n of the Boulmg,-E-, .M. Oui*-liartl, Ite-publican. wus returned frrmi the Rhone de-(Sinine ut, aud M. iLobcrli, In .ept*iid#*nt Re-pubi * an. for Nice. SHAKEN FROM STEM TO STERN. I am J. OIFFOUD, SOI Central Ave. I > amir#', General Doerun* e hi ll    * t ;k»nl. Fire, Life, Accident, am* Lid -:* -I. ii#urauce. Prompt atu-nli«»n - \ *n u* I uyiu#-nd Nailing Heal batule. ii C. JONEN. i    75 K. Third st, cor. Deer. Excelsior Meat Market. Fresh Suit an naked McaU. L«H. >ahsu*c*#. Oyster# a. sultry. itatchkb, jewelry, ac. Buy tl»e Aurora Railroad it atch. Hepairmg a *t#eewi!ty. Frauk r. Suipf. 83 K. I hird st. IT M. MtKRKK, Merchant T*il*>r, SIR Central Axence PKOFP.Ss.lON At- G G. Penfold Manufacturer aud I in poi ter, 304 M LIN ST., III PEALO, N.jY. * OEALLA IN Diamond*,    ^    atoheB and Jewelry, t hH*k#, Sdverwm e, Leather tif-di, etc. It I . BOLPH. M. IE, rhyatcmn and Suigeotk Oflr® over Lr ».’# Drug ■*i**i‘e. Ut si lencc, OMtrml Aveun Telephone No. 9. Calls UUD Ik* left at I RS ti KA Ll XU. GOLI* f IL VER PL 4 TINO A COMPLETE LINK OF SOLIDA I GOODS _ ^A | N ST KK,|r < tt.p'wcts Ir#*i»»oi* It**’ Th# Accident lo lh# I lly ut Paris—I’aa- «e»*x»r* Greatly Kxdted. IjONDOn, March db—The accident to the steamer City of Paris occurred when the vessel was 216 miles otf Fasti net. The passenger* saty the) beard a loud crash, followed by an explosion The -hip quivered, and the thumping of broken machinery in the engine room shook th® steamer from stem to stern. Rh#* tiegun leaking badly from a hole which ha I liven broken in the bottom. The pumps were quickly manned, and the boats ordered to be cleared. The passengers were much excited but the officers remained ealra. and their presence of mind and enforcement of discipline so##n ha*l the effect to restore <*on-fl<ieme of all on txxard. The steamer Adriatic pawed the City of laris, bound We-t, and woul I have aided ber but for the fact that the fr ight steamer Ahlersgate. which also came up a!tout the same time, w as able to tow the disable*! steamer into port. Three tugs soon joined the Al lersgaU* and aided in towing the City of Part- to Queenstown, On arrival tiler# the p i .angers assembled in the saloon and after a religious service in recognition of the providential eacapc bad L*«*n held, resolutions were adopted oonipit:n*nting the captain and crew on their able aud unwearied efforts for the safety aud comfort of the passengers. A purse of $a,0hl) wa# raised, which will be do-noted to t he Liverpool and New York Marine iii ft it ut®. The (teamer was drifting about for sixty hour* iiefore aid ('ame to her. Fortunately SBBdAl’irn t lie - U tv* ’    ‘. : * v I A I A ^T,> s *1 Hi ■ v A NEW SCHEDULE. The ll, nth«*r1io*>*l to NI uke Kom# 4’liaag®# iii < oiitll#-* iu-j D tt**H PirTSMt RG, March JU.—The Times snvs: The arrangement of another schedule with no cmulk'ting date# wirli th#* National league will come up for consideration at a s|s**-iai rne*‘ting of th** Playcim* h ague t## I##* h#*ld in New York next Wednesday. T#» #*ff#‘*-t this it will nee#- -itate the making of an entirely new acheduIe. Manager Hanlon says: “A change of this «‘hara**t«*r could lie made with Iwisiness jwopriety. Ko far a* Pittsburg is concerned, conflicting dates in-pire it- with nodr**a«l, but I -*‘e no g*xd rcn->n, b*»wever, forn warfare -u*-h a* Hie Natl -n.d Fugue ha# map}#**! oui and the disturbance is of it- own creation a- our s. bedub- wa.- th# first to ajs pt*ar. “As the #che«luh*s are n#m arran*re'l New York. Brooklyn, Philadelphia and B< -t* ii arc wiihout bn-s-ball attractions on July 4. A change shoo'd I-* mad** in the -«-h#Mu e n-gar Ie— of hun char -cs of tinij lit- . ct*- , the National league may mnk#. Tho Players’ league w ill not leave the patronage offend by these cities go unharvest ed. Bu-iiicv- interest- make conflicting «lht“- at any tine* seem unn*’ *C".ir* andiiiipr;a*ticable. Th ither th#* public or our a I' • • sa rte- *mn find fault if in emetgencie*, nuch as exist, we rise to til#* practical sense of guarding our own in tere-t-. A Btu Stake for Trotter#. Fmrsbt R*J, March .SI.— Pitts urg will have th** h«>n«>r’(ithout doubt of nouiinating the first lutist* who will compete for th#- 310,000 stake* offered by the ("barter Oak Driving Park association for a rate to lie trotted by foal- of ISNS in the city «>f Hartford, Conn., in 1802 Th** nominators an# J* bn Murphy & Co. of tl-e M aflow Land dock farm, near Washington. Pa . and ti#? nominee, M. L. IV., a bay colt f**a!<d iii Iss- M. I,. W. lh by Brown WiP*«‘s, first d rn Harny !*v Belmont ami re# >r>l d*»m Hate H**r**1«I bv Ha rob I, 4:1.3. M. L W., by h:s b*i—dm;* and apt -arnnee, gives promise of making a gr* at bid for the rovnted pi Vue HUNDREDS OF CURIOUS VISITORS VIEWING THE WRECK. lh#* (.iitthlft Bare Much li.thetilty In K.eptfig Hark the ( rowili—The Parnate M ill Beach Over Two Million Dot-lo*—Burying the Victim*—att tom N«#te# from Other Point*. I ./Wig VILL*. Ky., March .HL—If poaaibl® the throngs of sigbtev*ers were ex en Larger than th#* ilaj' previoua, when th*- woful spectacle was first unfit] Ie I to the light *>f «lay in fill it- hi<l#*cu-n**ss Karly tram- brought bund ne*!# of curioti# vi-itors an*! a^’<’ntsof relief fr#»m neighbm-ing citiaa and t**»ns to -well the m dfitu.Ie of thos® who wen*led with a local int. re-t to\var»l the sttrne, ami the guard had much difficulty in maintaining their Im**- against the pressure. All night long the search jiarties continued their labor and the acnmd of rattling wagons roue out of every street. Carpenter* ami tinners worked Ilk#- leaver- th** whole day trying t#i repair bi • r* i- an I -trengtli#»n danger-oti'Iv wcnkemd w r.li- (bang- of linemen were ir#*ttHig the tangled aud broken wiresof lh** tek-ohone an*l t**k*.rr iph out of tile way for furl h* r tt*|#t(im 5i eau while the solemn tolling of church tM^lis, tile frequent i-assage *tf he* n hear-os ami long lim-- of luneral carri ..    gave note to the hurrying crowd that to* Ionia*lo’* victims w«*re jsi-sing te> their last alsdes. TMK PAM V P. WILL REACH #2,5*Kl,1DOO. Carefui «'slinmtes bv comp t**nt underwriter- am! iii. ug© agent* are nearly agre#**! that th#* fla-i i ic a* o buildings of all classes to doiticsti#* .. *sL ai *1 commercial stocks will aggregate *1* « to $’i,.Vm,u(M), with a bl#*ral allowance for t -building aud rejKiirs. The main |#oi»t of th** con fort ing thought is that th*- I - of Iii* a ill not prove nearly as gre<»t .’-at bi't supjK&ed. At a late hour la-t rn ut lunet .-lour names were borne on th*- Ii-I of th** *l#'a*i ami of tines* but thr#*® wen* ta Iv a f I* mu the ruins during th® wh*#le #*f Hat urd.t J. i i.c w <j# k of bury mg the dead went on with diadic systematic biidoaa yesterday, ai! th-* hear- *s iii the city tieing taxed to their utmost. One procession con-taine#! five hearses, <x>n veying the I xx I lex of th#* unfortunate laundry girls— Maggie M#*-I'lure, Mary Ryan, Bridget Crowe, Maggie < amplxdl ami .Mary M«*Ginty— w ho-e fnm-ral xervits*- were held at th#- calhe#lntl at the sume time. TMK Et'NER Al, PROCEHiUONH. Humtiohlt lodge, I. O. O. F’., remained at Cave Hill cemetery during the aftermx>n cml re#s*iv#-#| one at a time the funeral pro ce -i#*ns *'f th** ten memliers of t..at frat«-rii-it v I.> IL- I at tL • Fall- City hall. The burials xx i t Iv th i 'un! «*rvi**#*s of the order <iccnrred at halfhour intervals. So urgent were til® demand- on th** umlertakers that ax a nil® but two hark- wet** al!»»wed to ea«-h funeral. Fveu with tins arrangement t e fa*-iliti#*# were inabt-qunL-an i the ele**tric xti*eet cars via Green Ste* -* and Baxter avenue to th® (•emeP-rv wet #* (ailed int#j re iii it:«*n a- a mot® rapi<I in*’aux of funeral conveyances. FATH Eli ANH SON BURIED TOGETHER. Twenty four funeral prove -i*ins passed out Broadway to-d '.. **n r*xit#' t • i ave Hill. The funeral o! lh . I *i Barnwell, pa-tor of St. J >hii' lh a • - ii chut' h. t-xih phut® at tKxm. lit--on, Dud! Barnwell, wa- buried at th® am* tim** J *■ owu#*r* of carriages and hak' rai -<1 t ; *r i iii rge- t*> fib per hour for the Use of tin >■    aud «x a <x»ns®- ()uett-e nil the c.,rna^-x available in Jeffersonville and New AU>atiy were brought to this city. .some of the colored p#-*;*!e, nml 11##* p <M«*r of the unfortunate fan.iii#*-, were forced to u-*- exprese aud tranxfer w agons. CLARA PARTON TO THE RESCUE. -Ii® Says ti#** Lull.# ille Di-M-ter VV a-I ti.«•##•#» 11 v 11 «11 «l •#'<!. IioriHVu jjc. Man’ll HL—Miss (‘larn Barbal, pi# : I.•»*r ”f the Amene; n National I -“nation ct Hubbell, gel lion, w itll J w*irk at J * #lav. Mix# find then* w h#*re. The iii st new life *x> high arui t! (»ix*#*n was entir#!’ -m b terrible distre- Red Cr#lex, with Dr. J. B, ■ ii field agent of the u-HX-ia-II. M*i**’laiid, fotvman of their *-f**w:*. Pa., arrive*l here yexter-; ion -av- in an interview; “I ii i i n<> maxi #»f our assistance -st new h <1 placed the low of Tport that Bowling out away, in#li«-ated that we 1**11 work al- K»llr«*x«l Pr®|*®rty D®#ttoyed Nashvili. :. ’r iii.. Mv.vh 31. Th • Clr. -a-|x*ake ami ' u if. iii® railroad suffered much liw® of property bv Thur-iay's cyclone About fi(W feet of high trestle w«*rk was destroyed and two 3H0-fo*»t iron bri*lg**x were blown from their piers. They were broken and tw ated into thousands of piece® and shapes, ami are a total kiss. lit#* company boles to lie able to run trains in three weeks. A mile#*f track wa# torn up by th* cyclone. A special from Clay, Ky , says the number of live# lost will not fall short of fifty, while the damage to j*roj4*rty is estimate#! a* ai#otit fTU,OGO.    _ _____ The 4 onipnny Mn*t Pay Back Tax®#*. Trenton. N. J. March31.—The arbitrators to whom wax refernxl the matter of liack taxes on the M«»rri- a d K-sex H u.read company'# property, have decided that the e*nn-l*any must jay th*- back tax#*#, in the foll*>w-ing sums; One hi iidrefl thou-and * liar## within thirtv iii**-# after the aflj- nr time ut of the present legislature; flUi.Ouo w ithin ; ixty days and the iviiia#itd#-r within nincij day*. A Tr#* lulu I® *#t <ir«»c*’r DI-:* »p#*:u* Waterbi'RY, Conn., March 31.—Write have been Morn out tor the arrest of Patrick (Jarred, a w#*-t Main street gr**vr who disapf*enre«l a few day# ago after cheating creditor* in New Haven. Hartford. Bridgeport aud Waterbury. It now tra aq tire** that Carroll h;.- lx-*)i engaged in passing io^us che# k- a ml < >t lier f an luleiit transactions, I he pi»nalty f«vr which is* state prison He real-ued    * Vn Op#-r* Hon-® Kn#n®d Newcastle, Pa., March 81.—Early yesterday morning the **pera hon-® ami thro® other buildings were destroyed bv tire Los# g5*t,l)00; partly insured- A high wind was blowing at tile time of the fire, and for a time threatened th® detraction of the city. It is believed th® fir® was of incendiary origin. ready l**fore us to «n:ue I find the calamity in L**ui-v iii® lia» tx . ?i met with admirable eoiirag*’ amt g xxi xen-e. “lit niy hr:;# ex]*erie«c® I have never seen a disaster so « ll!<*ieut!y handled ami have n-v®r know n **.»«>rtx better *lir#*ct®#l. Wh**n I -is how are#ally « v# r_\ thin • un# lx*en done I ani quite iv civ to b e ve y« ur authorities wk* a they toll mc you do not now need as-si-tatn e. and that they arc almost certain to be able to take care of your wounded. If by any chance there should Is* n#*ed of our ai*! it w ill not be withheld I f* *l confident that the citizens, with tNoir brave self-reliance, will chiv for the suffering.” Tossed About I.ik® I’lnythlngs. OoLrovnv ll! . March JU.—The cyclone of the 2<th st ruck this piac® from the south wert, being ac -omyt Mi* d by rom and hail in fl*xvd# and volleys. • he two story frame house of Jonathan Robinette was riven to pi****.-- and t- in rn des v. cfi't*--cd aliout like play thi’gs. AH were ut re * r le-s seriously injured, Mrs. Rol>i»i**H<- i» illy. VILucy R#>binette wa# -truck bv a ll, i»i^ t idx'r ami killed #*utright. (Jeer, c Tay! **•’« residence wax t>**rn to pieces. Hi w de was killed and other memf#er# of the ten.i!y were st'riously injured. All his out-bu di -*gs wen* wreck®*!. A German boy, nam * n*;l; wn, waa®drowned. Rumors are constantly coming in of residences destroyed, lane# wrecked, fencing was!ie#l a wav, #>r-«*hfir#ix ruin#?#!, and men women alai children killed or washed away by the nisi mg w aters, T® ribl® II *tl mill K-«in Storm. Moro ani ikij), Ivy., March HI—A terrible hail an#! ruin xtorni v ' it -I Uiiiont *wn, Ky., and Union and \Vel#st r *s> nii<> TkunKtoy. At Ktur, i- hail one in- Ii in «»i?iuu*i#*r fell and the wind unroofed several Iwirns At Sullivan the wind was worse, destroying many building- and wounding ten or twelve men and women. Tor several miles in Webster between Clayville and Dixon, it swept everything away. -Mrs. VY. B. Taylor and a son of Mrs. Henry Hammo k, a German unknown, an i • th* r- were kill*-*!. Houses ami barn# wen* totally destroyed. Beds, furni-tur* ami c!«*thli», have Ixvn fourni a1! along the road from VJor .annfieid to Dixon. The kill#**t and wended at Webstar will numlier at least fifty.    _ Bri«!s''s Brown Int# lb® River. EvANSvtLUE, Ind., MaiT-h 81.—Th roe span# of th#- N *w|x*rt News ai d Mi-d—ippl Valley railroad bridge across the ( timberland river, near Kuttawa. Ky., were I low ii into the rh cr by Ti.iii day’s cyclone. The loss of property in tic vicinity of Kuttawa is about $6,000. Twelve |x enons are reported to have been I. I, fit.d nix nit th-rty seriously iii jured. At Eddyville. Ky., nine persons were killed. John*? own'll Ny in pat Ii) f«»r l.noixvill®, Johnstown, IHl, March 31.—The people of this city have sent $500 to the I/Maxville «uf-fcrers. More will be sent the ureaeut week. THE CONGRESSIONAL PROGRAM. Hew lb® Nation’* law Mxkxri MJH Orc up y Their Tint® This Week. Washington. March 31. —The senate will take up th** Montana ®l**ction tx*titc-t to-day. It will be debated pr«»l*ably l*»r two «iays and the Republican contesteintH (Kaumler# ami Powers will Ix* M*ate«i, protwblv by a strict (xartv vote. When the ©lection c«**es are ##ut of the way the decadent pension lull will la* del*at#»d and diflfjoeed of. Th*- undervaluation* bill follow* this on theo»*lor of buxiiiesn, but it w ll hardly be r®a*-h#xi this week Kat-urday w ill likely be devotes! to the con-.idera-tion of bills tai the calendar. Several set speeches on fiolitica) and economic quest ion# arc ex (xx ted ut «xld time*. K.*me time, probably early in the w#*ek, the Florala nomination-' will Ie- Liken up a.-ain in mn-ret n».»i.#h. The work!'* fair committee lias not t»H*n call*x! to: et tier by Mr. Hisc<*-k. but will doubtl**ss iia*#*t during Ute w**ek aud it may agree on a report in the next two w**ek# The bouse will !*egin the we*-k with individual xu#|tension «!ay, and nteiuber# having bills in w hich they are inte*D*sted **an call tb«*!ii up for |M(ss«ge on recognition fr*»m the x|»eak#*r. ‘I lie program for tim rest of the week will not differ greatly from that of last we#’k The Republican member* of the committee #*n t®rrit“ri#'« intend# to bring up another xtatchtxid bill f*»r * -onside ration that providing f«»r lite admission of blah*#. The Ik*in«rt lits w ill opp**® ihe bill #*n the grounds on which they “pix*-cl tbe Wyoming bill, whi«*!i wits pass**.! by lite bouse last w#*®k. 'Hi * army appropriation bill will lie fur-tber #N>iis’d. red an*l jwss***!, ami it is jx*ssible that th® tort mentions appropriati#»n bill will lie taken up for cnti'-idn ut mn On Thor##! y l»eginning at N o'c|*K*k th® home will hear ettlog es on the late* Keumrl Sulliv an Cox, and *>n Katunlay beginning a1 3 in the af tern* Kin, similar exercises iii lnm**r of the late lh pn ' illative Newton IV, Nutting of New York w iii take |dace. THOMAS CORNELL DEAD. TY# Projector «»f th® Torn®!I MeMn»b#**t Company DI®# of Pneumonia. Kingston, N. Y., March SI.-■-Thomas (’orticll, one of tho oldest rai r«»Hd and steam-b*#at men in tin* xtate, die#l y* xter*1ay of pneumonia nft<*r a f#-w days’ i!lne rn. He was iH’.rn at White Plains in 1#14. lf#* was a selfmade man and leaves a large fortune. In l'*43 he came to Rondout and started a stoam-boat trausportation business l*etw«*en that point aud New York w hich merged into the < ornell KteamliuHt couqMtny, at present the largest ami most important c*»nqM*iiy engagisl iii river transportation in New York stat®. He was president of the following orjx•rations; The ( oriii-ll Kti aiulssit *-*#nij any, the Ulster and Di'laware Railroad company, the Kaut* t*skiH Railroad <s»m|wiiiy, the Rhino* l**-ck and Kingston Ferry coni|iany, the First National Rank of Romlout and th** Rondout Havings bank. For years he has l**en director in the Delaware ami Hudson (’anal company. In p(lilies lie wars nu earnest, ardent Republican, ami he was a warm personal friend of Kecretary Blaine. He wax wa* a d-Iegate t<» th#* ('hicago conventi#»n whi**h nominated Mr. Blaine and als** presidential elector last v#-*ir. He represent«*d his district til th#* Fortieth an F'##rty-seventh <s>n-gresses. A v*id*#w and two «Uhl hters survive him. The (uncial occur* VS«xii)#*»lay afternoon. “I WANT YOUR MONEY.’* A Kohl Kol»h#*r 4'*»tii|#®l<* un Ohio I armer to 14un#l Dv#*r #1,500. Lima, () , March SI. -A daring highway robbery was committed Frnlav night by a lone masked man attent a mile west of Bluffton, ncnr her . The vieti n wax C. D. Miller, a middle-aged farmer. Miller had had a dmit for $ 1.500 cashed ami had obtained #50 more by the sale of SOHM* pigs. He was suddenly confronted ou his way home by a masked man. Ai th** stranger stepped up ho drew a revolver nml shoved the weapon into Miller’s face, saying; “I want your money.” Miller pul led out th#* roll containing th© $1,VW» and pa *ed it over. The fellow, however, was not >nti (Uh! ami n^k***! tor the additional *.‘*n whi-Ii Mr. Miller Iii*! received for th© pigs Mr. Miller prod*) I lins also. Th#* roiJs-i j ut tin* gr#-eiib.-» *;«. in hts p<K-k®t aud to-I Mill#*r t*» pr*x-, **l <»n his journey f*#rfhwith. Fro reb is lx**ng ma* Ie for the la *I«i roilier, but so far n#» trace bas Uh'ii found Net a Bog**** Count. Bo,-ton, March 81,—The GIola* yesterday devoted i*'»nsi«l**rable xix***© to an interview with Roman Ivan##?it*-b d© Lippman, who, as Count ZiHx»f. has I* sn i charged w it Ii xwimll-ing a manlier of s**-i*-fv fx-ople in this city, ami to have l»e**ii sn brig limier false colors. The cotint piws»*nt**d innumerable postal cards ami let: r in s»ipjN»rt #*f * is st st ©men tx. Vim ng his *    Jem*®    are    letters from tepniak, A lr© I Webb, Dublin ***irrexpond-*it ut lh'- New Y«*rk Nati*-u. Jot ii ( ooke of 'tu bl iou iverxity, aud Weld* Downey, Ute Lou Ion publix ers. 3'li:-se I it is tend to -how that he is not an un* -*stm and that he itwxl the name Zubof b:*f“i-e he ©ame to this country, es well as to prove that he is en-1itle*l to th* title of count. An I iikn»wn M;m DI©# In a Rum. Newark, N. Y., March 31.—An unknown *nan about or 30 vee*.*" of age was found in the barn of Mix lo o a Kberrnan yesterday morning. When found he was in #n uncoo-, i*»ux #*ondition and s<x>n die#!. The Itody mis removed to P -t-s* >'• un*lert.-ki ig ro#>mx and Coroner Chn e of l.n-tslon was n #tifi«xl. No pafx*rs were found on the dead man to show who he was or ?v here he (-ame from but m show program of Jan. 14 of Troy date wax found in his pocket. Coinineretal Ac©**©)®# Disturbed. Yankton. H. D., March 31.—The Bia#F street ami Dun commercial avern ie-* are di.*e turl#ed I#*jt they be fore#*#!, mid# r a new law, to cense doing busine-# iii Bout Ii Dnkota. The law in question pro* kl**# tint every commercial agency doing Moi in the state* must have a pi id up • ti f >. 4) and must a Is* I db* *    •    .*;> • i M * •**    < en Miry s bject to JU * e    nd garni .Un.em of per** ‘nils in im e . ii rn-;aiiy by tho ag# ucy making the deposit. A Tempe*tnon# Vovwge. Baltimore, 'larch 31- Th** Vtlantic Transport Ii © atrt-c•#.* >* " i © si -\©d yes-*er<l- y from Hwacse-i, f dins <(V®r*lue. « had a tein|s*stu<»tix v* . go f r tnt Hie first iv. M r de- being wet ii.nu Kwsnsea to the capes. Cis.rge Bi ole?, a s# -itnau, was in-jui. *i - o is©;!?' by a rove t i bo d.efl next • lay. He i«el<ttije*l to 1> A , des, Cal. Arrival of » SI,#© M . • eke#! ( rew. New York, Mar* b JI. The ste amship Yinidad, from ll* i .maia yester if, l*rought • *.- iv ;.tM* aud -iv *<ei“wen of the German fk -tern Chief, wuich sprang aleak, em! ©a u t on fire aud abandoned off the ah., mas. The crew took refuge in two U os. The M>at load were br*#ught here by the brig Pearl from P«mc®. Dr at I* «#f a Well Known Grain Merchant. New York, March (. —David Bows, the well known j. rain mer' tant and capitalist, died Kuturday morning after a long illneaa HIK W AT Ell sri IL RISING. ALARMING REPORTS FROM FLOODED DISTRICTS. THE Greenft.lt®, WI.*.. M I (.boul Cen. .a,in.ratten With th© Oillxtil® Uorl.l Kxretit by lin er Tn*In, A I#*ihLuivd on th,. Ktvar-xi«l© DI vision-—Hr port* from Alt x«#’i|<mui of th® Stat®. New Orleans. March "I Tin Ptcavun®*# Vicksburgx|sH ial s«\ s: 1/itcxt returns fro ii the \1 iwrl^iippi lev®**x rejsu t no chang® ©*,*•♦•{.( that thj water is «t*'fi» 111 v ailvaii* lug st ii th ward li“iu Kkipwith cr®\tisxe and the town# cf May© , ill©. Filler aud Hay*#* ar© surrounded and must go miller soon, A st(*anu r is just in fr#»m Kt<*el« Boyce and adjaceut waters. Th® officers re-jxirt ihat tb**v found no suite ring, that cuttle aud other xtex-k had le-eii removed ami the }#*opl© were safe. News has reached bel-® that the I tank is ©a? mg rapidly iii front of Bedford levees, Madisi'ti {.irish, th© caving Iwii g now within x#:vonty-tiv© feet of the Iev«x*x. Work ix'gun there to-day ami the new levees may be finished Ivfore th** old <»tie is washed away. 'lh** love® ius|iectora elsew here iii Louisiana rcp.irt no chang®. Train# have lx*en al»amlon«xt hatween Groan Ville and Hoping Fork, ami, in fact, all trains on the Riverstd® division lietweeii Green v iii® mw! ll amptou, twenty-eight miles, aud lad ween Coahoma and Benoit, xixty-fiv® nu lex. This leaves Gri'euvtll© w ithmit com-muuujatton with th® outside wvii id **xcept by river. Th® situat ion on th© Minxissippi Valley railroad's main line, between Yazoo river and Katzoum-’ier is very serious in<U*«*l. Six inches more of water will^en*! th© Yh'kxlmrg, Shreveport and Pacific road under twtvveen Tuilulnh ami Like One. The ??ati*r is rising slowly lait it is very unlikely th© rondeau run trains more than a week longer, and additional erovasses may stop operations at any time. Mr. F. W McCabe, contractor for bridges for the N *w Orleans ami Northwestern road, until lately in pro#*©*** of construction 1m© tween Yntalia and YVinual#ourg, !/»., arri v.si last evening from Hay Ville,    Ile says work has .mh’ii xU#{.|Xx| and Iii©eonxtruo-tiou «->'11 * j *** * iv now has dx team ami iruti iii Hay Ville, i’he water r*»s© five feet in Dry bayou, six miles from Hayvifi®, in th© twenty-four hours ending yesterday morning ami is now within half a mil© of town. Grading ha# I ie© ii sL.pp I ^ .me days, hut would have t*eeii r©**iim*> I Monday but fur the sudden influx of water. The Iii; -for steamer Marion, used by th© MiS'i ip. i \ alley railnxid lo transfer trains U t ween limit <iigt< n ami Arkansas City, |Mts.so#) down at 4 last ♦welling aud will Gans fer tnt) s ut Nita crevnsx#’. (leginning Tuesday next. Th© Arkansan (’tty I.ranch tieing abandon’si, dc* is u>©l* - tin r® Groettville is now on an i laud. Lust night the town was in ti..- gr* a (bulger of overflow', with little h#>(#e of k*« pm© .©it !li©wat*’r Tcnlay ti.® situaii.n s i.ninnnoved, though the levees are still standi !,{. A dispatch from Tuilulnh, La , styx nil f irm ©ast <>f that pin ■© ar#* thwtmg, while all west ar© limier water. A STORY OF THE TLOOD. Tli*#«ix'tndn of I’pi'i.m I*err1i©tl on ll#>ux®> I«»!»<* Hint ll»ystM4‘k« St. l/vrt«, March J!1 'lr. J J. Hogan of the Memphis (’«#iiiin ’<•: I arrived here yes terday dire* t from * Ii* ’    ^ I # I «11>di n t, a1*mg the Miss;- q.pi river. lh    th© situation is alarming anti in hi# opinion the fl<M»d haunt reach* • I Hi0 hi he t ti<»f<*h. Iii lh** I Nicoma cir* Ie, v. In ii is situate**! in Ifia-hrt county, Ai k., an t '•«*.:ipris©>. aliout JO,UUU acres, the #»*nx i near’trending. l*his strip of (s.uutry is n#.w inumlated to a depth of live to twenty feet, am! th© inhabitants, numbering iwt ween 2,Hi Mi and J!,OHO (s’ople, whites ami i»**grocs women and children are jierchixi oil hon; *to[i© ami huy-xta«*ks. and in th© I !•••©*. Live stix’k not alreaiy drowned is maintaining a precarious exist en# *© wi»h its wi ©teh©d owners in some iiistan#s*s on the r*> ifs of r#*. id lie s ami elNewhere *>u improvixtsl platforms of wreckage. Starvation is t©llin«i *»u th.* <-attl©, whih* the human victims are in scarcely less deplorable (smdition as to I#xhL From Helena the entire Missisxijq.i d» Iia country rea*’hing from Yicksbttrg w#*-.! t*> Knr©vejxu t ami down to New Orleans seems d#x#med t<> d'Vruciion, Mr. Hogan r.*t'*>rtx that all the j#*opl© in the wide district threatened who realize th© true situation are fleeing for their l»\**x A VAotnxii Xiiti-i.li'ii ii. n Cemetery. Utica. N. Y., March 31.—A woman about 30 year# of ag© was found dead in Hi. Agit®® cemetery in this city yesterday. Khe was in a kneeling pof-ition when disi*ov®red, like a jierxm engaged in prayer. Near by her was found a bcd ti© which had c*mtained laml-anutn. 'i’h® woman evidently (snnmitted suicide by the use of ti.© drug. Kh© left a letter saving sh© was I in d of life and asking for burial ami ne'-mg more. From the name #»n un » nveSopc c <ntaining ber ph#»te© graph it is aip|#Ke I tho dead woman’s name is Mary L. Eagi**sfi< Id. Kb® came to Uln a Friday from Albany, it is thought. Her homo is believed t#> U* eith#*r th©.re or iii Binghamton. Her appearance indicated that she was a |iers«»n without means, hhe ha«i but '¥' *S’nts in her purse. ■ Iii’V THE- DOWNING ( ELK IIDA.TK!) RECLINING BACK For Stvlu .qmi H* nuf\ , Ihirnliilitv aud ('Dtufort. I * v cry boily u|>|>mvt*H of ii being th <*«»!> curl mg.* you should nae. Til greatest bt un ile auKdiv the billie :»nil nurses, and is found in all th leading families in large cities. To min Ii cannot la* said of this maker ‘ arriage, it lilts all of tim* long fed w.ants for flit) perfect comfort o children when out riding, Thi carriage has given sin h uuiveraa satisfaction to the trad© iii forme veals thai we will handle no othe make this year bnf tho Downing According to our varied and loiij experience in the sale and make a childrens (anlages, we can safe!1 nay tho Downing in superior in styl and workmanship to any we eve handled, or that can he found ii ilie mat hot For all tin* ad vantage von have in using the Downing Urn t inge it does not cost you any mon than the common st»aight bael style. W e are enabled to show tin lineal assortment. *#f childrens cai tinges in the city. or that you wil find any wilt re. Every carriage up holstered in the latest and newes shades of hest silk plush, givilij t hem a neb appearance, and in al making them a most desiiatile am used iii household ornament aa wel as th** pride of the street. H STOB SOLE AGENTS. CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., I Isis just received a full line of SFI Overcoat: ad Trousctiagi Equal to any iii the ei tyrant I . at |>ri(VH flint will pay SKT you to nee him lief ch a1 OT-% j)iirclia»ing. D©ni|»#®ft' I <’».*’* (aliform#*. San Francisco, Marrh 31 - Jo* k Dempsey, th© ••.N*»npar. fl,'’ l#*ft bere H'fittTilay f*#r Portia ml, Oro., without jinni/, warning to the (‘utiforrii * Atli 1<*tic club, of which be is th#* boxfn," net i letor His fri©*»-ls say lie is so ibsen b d idealise b© could get no match with l/i ?‘j “©•he, til® 'rarin'*,” that Ii** will hoi return ioK.n i ’ <•,* »»# is#*##, bat va i IJ .-#» East with th® J*#® MeAuJ J*» * • nibinat ion. “Young Mite'beir pro»ni»**l l)*rn;H<*v to fight Ia-Blain he, nod it ii proUtbl© h match v* iii soon Im? ar rang d. Many b#.li®v© Mitchell can whip the ‘Marin©. ” A Ilia OII VV#"ll at I Im#, O. Lim#, O., March 31. - S. P Boyer lias ftruck oil on th® Parker farm, five miles ©a«t #.f this < itft.    'fh#* well is ’ti'i A ii)^ ®t t he rate * f 1,400 bbl** fx r *!c.y. an*! is ifur.test one mil© cast of th* famous Fu egst well, which was # i-ille#i in th®-tiring of’* i ani is still going, having prom ©d *00, HHH bbls of ml xii ic© that tune. This Balker well is a great * urj#rise, a-it develops new tern tory. LADIES! If v.u wan! an cany And comfortable shoe. with a heavy one t.luit will Arr®*!®#! for    lh©    Wails. Halicm Mass. March SI.—Sherman, th© colons! janitor of the postoffice, who was arrest# d foe (#!fi*ing th© mails, (*or«fe®s®d thai I ti has ls**ii stealing letters f*#r the jmst thr#*© years. I!** c#*rmoi give an idea of how mu* Ii mou©y lie has token. It© will be examine*] bcf .ie I i i.* .I Stat©# Cominissiooer Ilaitett iii Rost ai w-#it*y. ” he Cr Lifter <>«> ms |.®f at lh® Albanians. New York, March Hi.—Following is th® r*«ult of yest©r#iay’# game: Rr#x>k!yn .................... 7 2 0 8 B—15 AlOanv .......  0 0 4 0 5—11 Brtlf-t es- Tool© »n<i Howes, Kin ley. Tohln and P.ia ch Ump.ie Valentina keep ) our feet dry aud warm, get a pair of D A nu st rong d' (’n’*, Hand \\ cit, common ne ii sc shoes. They will please you.--- SULLIVAN & SON, 2 I 3 Centre Street. , Oils, and Paper at Monroe s. ;