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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - March 29, 1890, Dunkirk, New York VOL. XX.DUNKIRK. N. Y , SATURDAY. MA RUH 20. IS!"*. NO. IS. H EP It    ES EN TA TI B I SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT %rOW in th#* ti ok* for pluming your tree*. ami A MH.n it % ill I** nine for Axing your g*i<l«-na, USINESS HOUSES Ul'r^SSS.iii‘S&ra fc-vEES ---- mr ii ten Brutter’*.    < <>rner Kxgle •»»<* breath - - —--am    ll —raft>-    #fwt*. Next month we get tte iMatami niraft nwc* in huwtraiti ram tic* from Holland. Nm*#* wn*piu>f n*»c for funeral plan anil many new r\c*    n I    I M    ti    TDI/    akra I* and tren*.    tinier amu© of them which Kj P    LJ LJ IN    rV    I n r\    we W1j| w, cheap that JOU Matt buy come of them. NBW KC LINH VIX Mil HIM* for rub na W TOIHIAKT ACO., Pa teat Attorneys, 615 7tli tii. H OiwliooB tf. S st. Washi acton, ll G\, opp V 8. Patent Of-•la ii ha I# the later t a    Patent*,    Caveat#    att! He I»«iie* aecnr©#! Diiartllieut OI    Vt    ..I    .    ..ooi.foeo.l    411    P.tiinl    l.nalnrma ANI all kina* of bla.._~. .---- he Mechanical Department of Dunkirkll*nnUng|< 'oui pany. A I.PXANHF.it'S Coal ami Wo**! vant. THS# Central Avenue, opp#* it* Nickel I let# * •AepOt- All grades of liarl arui Soft U"***1 W<md| Lumber. Shingle© ami bath. Ire# Achv . Correa poudeuo© for wholesale lot# solicited. Trad© Mark* regn*tar©d. All Patent busine** conducta! for underate Keen. Information. Advice ami c|*ecial reference* sent on requeet, la    A **0*™ CAn ** made i« x ow**' working for ut. PtrtoM preferred who ran furnish a horse and give their whole " *    *---*-------------profit- town* lime to the butine**. Spare moments may be profit ably employed also. A few* vacancies in town, I and cities. B. F. JI iHN’SON A CO., moo Man J Sc, Richmond, Va, I) k. fit PFO VU*,    and 225 Central Ave    IIT A VT Rf*— SS At Ti' I M VS for each J>. Arustle Photographer. In*taDtan##»u* ?y M-ctmn. *alar> N7d to I 1**0, to l«M*all> r*>-PhoUiarnnhA of Rant©*    a    specialty.    MtUi    i>nwi>t a -u< ■•••--ful N J I < >ni pit ii v in«*or|mr> for    aunshlu#    except    for    J ated to supply Dry I.md#, Clothing, sh#***, I Jewelry, etc., Pi consumer** at con. Also a I-is<ty of tact, Notary Al'*, to euroll member# HO,UUU now enrolled, finn,UUU paid in. > Re-ferenre# exchange*!. Empire Co-operative \**-"M*iatiou (credit well lated; Cock Box dpi, I*- Y I NHI SA CE—A tract of land in Marion county, Florida, in the phosphate hell, barge I or annul quantities to suit purchasers This -eelion is growing more ranutty than any other part of the tate, mille and hotel# are being built nd r ilrowds project*#!. A go..<| inonev in king investment. ( barie# Maim, Elm bark Rochester, N. Y, The>jyK)rmon Elders’ Book ■ on 6il£si sir.flirth,    tit** to married men, s^nas r.ik CrooiA, Aa uiwudCit. Haw I ort ROOMS TO RENT! In tim Merchants Hank Building Inquire of lf    Jacob    Winner    or    Frank    May. I F« Al WPC' ■    .    . ’holograph* cd Its »a a sp* < all*. " iu*«d not wn.t •abies IktMlK HIN UKK V—J AMK# INV I NO, Pro I > pricier, No. 18 K. Second »lr**©t. neat Bure talo street, Dunkirk, N. I . Magatmea, Mn Sic, Pamphlet*, et#*., bound in all aly Ie#, order prompts attend##! to. All work guaranteed. I I UKC HF. It'* I IMH KKKV HOURS, I >    HUM    Central    'venue. Woolens Ie and retail dealer in lo ported an* ►ninepin* ( hi na. Ola*#ware, Ar, ClitAClAICJtA It#*1 Kb, J    Bale*,    ll    iM*r    day. Livery and Boarding blab!© in iouue# lion Victor Hider, 136 and HJT bion stru t. L*ITV tiAHHF.lt SHOP t    Cha#.    Nagle, Prop., Ender bake Shore National Hank, corm * Conter aud Third street*. A fine stock o Foreign and llouiwtm t igara. CION Kl I N A SON, >    .Vin    linter allect. Practical borae-ahoei a. Particular attent©" paid to interfering norm**. Hhotung of tom i ala trolling horses a specialty. jjlNKlKK EVEN I NO .ills! Kl KU. Largest Daily in the I. ic.ty. An unequalled advertising madiutn. BEATH AM) DESIR!niON. THE JOHNSTOWN BORROR FULLY EQUALLED AT LOUISVILLE. IMPORT! BLB II* F.NTI MATK TIIK UBI OF (IFK AKI* I’KOPF HTV. MILES OF COUNTRY LAID WASTE BV THE TERRIBLE BLAST. I) UN KI KH ENGINEERING COWHAM ^    Punrxfii    be I lew A I'opide. Manufacture re* of Lugiii##, limier-, Pull*•' Wailing Hanger*, etc. Pallcfut, Forging , Hating#, aud Machine W<»rk loonier. I vl SHIRK SII IHI « -    o    and    H. L/ Center street, Maim tai lurers of ae Cromwell” and “Duuairk” perfect - filling ire*# shirts. On sale in all lcndinsc furnishing ioUung and dry good* house# in Dunkirk, I X r. TOOM Rf, I),    4»4    and    lib bn Ml at! • I. Liealerln Flour,F#n*d, ail, Baled Hay,Phu* hate*, E#taliii*h«‘d, iili. ___ tuna    a Depot. Bae) acta;## P» ail it am* aud bu* waul bouses. Ben* a# C"iiiii">    i    n    <.    o.p ie*ciai i ravelers John J. Murphy, I lop. ' HLF IIN A CO., Pj    v7    and    un K I lord *trei-t Fine Furniture, Cabinet Ware and I p lustering. Picture Fiatue* made loonier. It. M ATT ENON A CO., Sui Central Ave., eadeinof Fashion and Gentleman Outfltlen* |AUKI.I KT KAM UK ATIK Ii CO.. aoutaoturera of swam Healing Apparatus sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. OME HTKAM LAUNDRY. ur aptanaitiea; E'ine Sbirta, Ilk; Co liar*. Cuffs, Ic, aud bae* CurWius Free Deliv-. A W. Cummings, 2u7 Center #tr#n?t. J IC OEHM. k Third st, C4ir. Of Buffalo snufactiirer ami dealer in Fine Boot# A Shoe# RN KY Vt Kl EKK’b NEW UTO KR, IU# K.    f    _ Tlunl Bl. Book*, Station itj , Mi -ital !•    r lib, I dip I t#» uiifl •ummita.Magaiiaaa,Daily an ’ d cc kl I Paper-    HI    .)<, I «, I .At, I •>< .tIHi every tin eg' pertaining to a first class l*a»k    r    miu I c gchoo# Buoke a specialty.    -DC    JHI \«UCi. Buffalo, N. V. We have frequent requesth bv mail for samples of new embrouleries. Such requests we are pleased to receive, but we beg to ii^k for particulars in regard to the samples wanted. State whether edg- j ings, insertions or flouncings, also what width and some; idea of the price. We have a stock of embroideries that is second to I nom* in the country and sn- ■ perior to any in Btiffal o. I The money value we offer is simply un paraded. fI here are edgings from f of an inch to 18 inches wide in cambric*, jaconet, nainsook and Swiss muslin. Matched sets in different widths of edging and insertion on all desirable kinds of material. All-over embroideries in great variety. Flouncings in the different widths from 18 inches to t>0 inches. Special lilies of cambric ADAM, MKI.intr* A AN DIMSON. New goods for this season coming in daily. The ira. OB PRINTING of every d«*t<-rlpU"u ami hi Inwaat lur lug rut#.** by Dunkirk I* nu ti ng Com puny, ii aud IO E. taoomd st.    RTP h van bukkn a hon, Fir* ufo, muslin underwear stock is Av-cideul and General Insular*. D#*hI-    iii*    i I In Real K#tale and Lanne. Par.icuUr complete, also tile Illieil StOl’k, lenUou paid U> the cvra of nmperty ©olloct-    r I nut# Ac. tiVcooter at.,loti floor. the cotton stock ami the white |0,W»1;»*K*MV,    goods stock. By “complete" I ^ tj.ntrn AfrSue    we mean they have all the new mdquArter# for W all Paper Paints. Oil#. Ac styles ill this SeaSOll's I1CW goods—all the variety that BKK INS, J. W-.    n----- --- --- -------j — .nnu^turvrlind denier in Hut inf.id * », tilt* best purchasing facilities die* i oliur* Trunk#," h'P*. Buffaio Hole#,    , i    1    • loOorara^GW^JMitten* and hd Mgh R..te* 111 tile COUIltl’V Cailbrillg tO- ------------------getln*r. The Winter stocks are of ft ring great bargains. Tilers (never was a time when you ... . —tFir.z.T^.i'«»***. p-„ .tnc* could trade here more advan- #ueral Ha.nlvran?," lui#1 be«d,Ob#.i amu r pHeo.OUaotte.Grai. ta "ara. A .penal tai?C»OU8lV. rsherwiuWilliam* Pa.'-tand M«uin**rai.gi'.    - HI HOI TEN, 17 East Thin! #tre«>t. i tannable Tailor. Ge a tie man will find it u> j lr advantage to eAll on me I*,*fore purvha»m«r •where. ll. CAKY A COSS# Lion #tr«*#L CLING, such I.# blank-book#, ledger#, and , all kind# oi blauk* done at Dunkirk Priming Company, g aud IO E. SiHxnid bt. U DOLPH MOLDEN M AI’ EK. Cor. Third and Buffalo Nu., •alar in Granite, Marble, Flagging and j idlng Sumo. Call on nit* before buying , jraiJe-vuUL ISLEY A OO., 7 and ii Ka#l Front street. Whisky, Wuh#, Brandies G«t.eral Liquor Store for Family Cue. OBERT te’KAY. Lion atroet, arar tha depoi. oardiug, &«»«. ******    »“’* i*,ver> Jltng by the day or    wtNik ou    rvasonHlnv na. _X GI Fro HD. SOI Central Ave. (Up I stairs'. General luau!rand* and IU a1 H UU nt. Fire, Life, Accident, and Live -ut .a Janoe. Prompt attenUon giv *n lo buying selling HW*1 batata. C. JONES,    , 76 K. Third *b. cor Deer. rrsdaior Moat Market. Frtieh, Salt an-. <»#*iaagea. Oyster, an Ad am, Meldrum (St Anderson DRY GOODS.; l arpets and Draperies, Books And Stationery, AMERICAN BLOCK. 396-402 M 4 IX STREET, BUFFALO. N. V. ATC HES JE WEI-KY, KC. Buy the Aurora Railroad W au h. Ile pair tug a spop**1/- . . Frank t. 8tapf. 'N* E. Third st M. MOCKKK. Merchant Tailor, kl« Central Avenue G. G. Penfold Manufacturer and (rn po iter, SIM MAIN BT., HEFF ALO, NJV. DEAl KH IN Diamonds,    ^    atches and Jewelry. Clocks, Silverware. bealhei I,<*«!*. etc. ES a RA Visa, GOLD 4 SIL IRR RL I TISO PROFESSIONAL. A COMPLETE LINK OK HOUDA I GOODS bolph. m. d.. Phvaiclan and Surgeon mr Lyoi/a Drug More. Real lence,Cential Avenue Telephone No. 9. Call# mat be left at I.von's. 364 MAIN STK KFT, Onpoeite lroqnols Motel .<■ :;6ufvg3 fc*' NI The Cit Men# Had Not Even Time ta H rent he a Prayer Before I hey Iff ere Hurled toto Kternlty —- Stores, Ke#l-drmei, Depot*. Kaflroad Train#. All *u*i*n ut bed to the Sweeping Tornado. II eel I rend in* aceues In the Kula*. Sort*, of Dead and Dying Taken Out by the Ke*«'iiere—Tennessee, Illinois and Indiana Towns Als#* Suffered- Lot’MY I elk, March ’N TheOsirier J«Kir-nal say*: Th# mighty *tr«»ke of the tornado fell with a Hiddenite#* that scantly gave time for qilli'kened heart l**al# lief ole these heart# were -tilled in «|eath Tv»U*e I**fore the w reiM’hiug asunder of life and homes and ca-ti#* of irade, the im po lira of the gale fought iin|>Htlentil to a<xximpliith tile work reserved for the whirling tiger «»f the air, whose avant'mirier# they were Twice, for (Ive furious rain Ute* each, they strove and passed on, arreeohiug their (tattled rage. Then came a lull, lait only for a little space, and then the tornado thundered over the doomed territory, with terrible lightnings e#*n*tantlv ahla/e From Eighteenth and Maple streets, diag onally am-# the city crushing dwellings aud huHin#*#* blocks like «*gg shells, toppling down church steeple# and wr«WH*hing ware-house# to fragineiita, th#* dread visitant passed lo the river fnait. leaving to mark the boun-fa’lea of ruins a broad swath of wreckage and dead aud mangled humanity impaled and weight##! down, or burning in the ignit-ad debris. This lad! of d#**t ru<*tk»n extended from the weal side of Sixth street a# far aa Ninth and Main, and ail «#jual width across ti* the jioint w here the «*ity wa* first touched The lo### of life and property is at preaeut incalculable. It w ill require long days of I at i nf ii I search anti computation to reach a proper estimate, but it is certain that nosuch havoc ha# ever lw#*n recoided before for an American «*ity from such a cause To add totlie sudden horror«xf the scene, fire came to neira up#»n the #hai#»les# ruin and cornutine the helple#* wound##! anti disfigured dead. I amins* die is not left ahnie to mourn this «lteadf til visitation. The #*ity of .leff< r-MUiviiic wa# also invu#h*d aud many of her iioiiu*# destroyed, bot it is thankfully re-o rbd with in# case of d»*ath in a single h ameboid. Huck ,•# were current that the l*»autiful voi ur -idmrb «»f Parkland is alan a snffervT. (ait w i ether this is true, or to what extent it may Is true, a lack of comnrinh-ation hy w ire or rail. and the awful magnitude of this city’s calamity, makes it ini(.Hissible to ascertain at pie-eut. The d#-#tru«*tnai »>f the water works stand tower, and consequent cutting 9tf of the water supply 1* another matter of damage th t must «*an#e in<'onvenien«*e and dauber to tile entire city, while the <x«iiplete (•reek(fie down of nearly all «.*orainuni#*ation with th#* outbid* world renders the situation pretty I lard. Among lh'ie draw n out of the wreck who were badly wounded or dying from suffocation, and who-#* names ara known, are; Mr. sud Mr# Puff. Jam### Buhl, Mrs. Sarah Kelly, Mr#, datura Il#s*k, little Eva Wintersilver ami her two little -inters, John Shell of Twelfth and Market streets. John Good of T w#*n tv-seventh mid Hank. Henry Zingier of Fifteenth ami Market. W llliam Jackson and Henry Pel the I# leu of Fourteenth and Market, Mr. Pe iff cr of Twelfth and Main, Minnie Heury, Mr. AV alter Grubb, Mary Harris, Mrs. McGlougblin, Miss Annie Nail. Miss Mary Harrison and Peter Fullett. Most of the officers trf the lodge were at the meeting, and a* far as is known were all saved. Their name* are: Allen Peters#.*!, financial secretary; William Owen*, protector; Charley Uniter, #e#*retarv; Mrs. Mary R<tck. vi#v pn»te«*t#‘r; Mix Lizzie A. Walton, treasurer; Mrs Wall, guide Thoae who were taken out ilead were; Kudo ph Hi pp, four women and three men, not yet klenH-tl# , fixe women and eleven men. all unknown. BURNED TO DEATH. Hear treed lug Newsies at the Ruin# of Falls City Hall. Lot'isv 11.Lie. March 39.— At Ti o'clock the opening up of a portion of the debris of the Fail# City ball cairned a draught to penetrate the ruins, whereupon the smoldering fire broke out with tremendous flercetiras It spretid rapidly and fonded the workers to desert the pile. As wxin as the fire gained headway the groans of the imprisoned people became shrieks, and so great was the horror of the moment that the watchers were frantic and *<*reanied and ran about like wild. the terrible suffering which they were unable to alleviate driving them to #les(xair. Several fines of h< »se w era soon throwing water on the flame*, but it was more than an hour before the work could be proceeded with, and then it wan carried on with much mors difficulty than (adore on account of the heat. SIAR' 'HINO nm VI I HSI NO FRIENDS Up to 12 o'clock only about thirty-five dead bodle*# and twenty-five wounded and dying were taken from the wreck. The corpttes were laid in the various houses across the street and in Doughterty’s A Keenan’s undertaking establishment on the block below. At the latter place people pace#! to and fro hunting for friends alai relative* One man said he w a* looking for Louis Lipp and the very first sheet lifted revealed the corpse of the person wanted. The roan covered his face, groan##!, and would ha\*e fallen had ba not heeu sustained. MR. HIMM'fi BERKAVKMKXT. At aliout ll >10 o'clock the room where the children were dancing was reached. Mr Louis Simin, Jr,. of 1124 Market street had for hours (teen moving al tout in all agony of grief iii front of that portion of the wreck where this room had (»een. for his wife and Lair little children were there. When the room was rea#hed Mr# Si nim was the first one found and she was fatally hurt. Within fifteen minutes of each other three of the Simms children were recovered They were urn#luscious and there is only a faint poraihility that they will live. While the father wa# imploring the workers to get his other child, fire broke out and work was suspended The last man taken out alive before the flames started was John Hepden of 2,1112 West Broadway, and just previous to that a woman, who was unable to give her name, was recovered. It was not possible to tell the extent of the injurira of either. Mrs. Whitman, wife of Policeman Whitman jump*#! from the third story of the hail Kin* was terribly injure#! and will hardly live There are 'KlUor more people yet in the debris, aud the pmhabihtira are that few. if any ■MDS, will be n#*overed alive Of those ta-en out # lilly a small numtwr were ii leat ifi##l. Everything is <*haiw There is no system and under the ektetmUlM'M none could be ex j*#-ted. PRI >PK RT Y Lf HIM KH. I he kaa of property on Market street, be-tw xen Tenth and Eleventh, wa* greater on the whole than that ls*twran Eleventh and Twelfth, where Fall* City hall fell, but in <#>m|ians#*n to th* life Inst at the latter plan* it sinks into insign)fi#'aiH#*. G. F. Burker # large three story buil«ling was blown away. Til# store and residence of Isaac I-aug liter, UN Market street, wa* totally demolished. Four <*hil«lren wh • arere # raping mislain, were prote# ted from the falling wall by the head of their lied Mrs. Slaughter, who was sleeping in the front room, xx a* lifted from her Ie# I and blown out of the window into the street. One arm was broken and some internal iii june* are feared. The four-story brick building at M J. !>#»yle was left a complete wre#*k All the titter buildings on the square tin both tudra «*f tte stretd were uumaftxi and mod of the ujiper #torira utterly gone. Even after the force of tile w ind had been broken the remnants lift##! rn street car from the tra#*k and blew it flftran feet. Between Tenth ami Eleventh street no one was kill*#!, but a few atwind##!. Tte store* aud buiMings (letween Elev enth and Twelfth street#*, opposite the Fall* I it? hall, are < *»mparaUvelv unhurt. On the m>ut h side the damage wa# greater, but ail the form of the cyclone seemed centred on the Fail# Uity hall. One of tte harrowing incident* of the disaster wa* the killing of the Rev. Stephen E. Barnwell, rect«»r of St John Episcofial •hutch, ami his young son Dudley. Mrs. Barnwell wa* so hadlv hurt that she may die. St. John'* Episcopal church, adjoining the double house, was shattered throughout and nothing but a mass of bricks and splintered team# are left to tell tte tale The rectory was next to this, ami bere the telov**! re#*tor met his awful cleath. side by side w ith his chil#!, Dudley. Ile was with his family nailing when the death crash em!## I his useful life, ami from his p« ai ti on when found, must have (teen kill*#I instantly. HL# head was horribly crush##!, his chrat caved iii and his whole b sly bruised am! mangled almost beyond recognition. Hi* b#«autifijl boy, who was evidently sitting at his father's knee, was killed by a terrible frac'ture of the skull, and was also torn aud mangU*d. The laumlry girls of the louisville hotel who were killed, roomed on Main street next to the hotel. As the -turin tame without warning those <#inflat'd ha#! no time toes#*H|»e. The wall* fell with a crash ami the screams of tha girls could be plainly hear#l above the roar of the storm and falling <iebris. Mary Crowe and Mary Farrell eecaped and the rest were buried beneath th© ruins. THIEL) TO KROOT HIMSELF Officer John Tully of the Central {Nitro] wagon and Joe Baldwin heard the piteous appeal* of a womans voice tieneath the rum* Both set to work, and with their hands til raw away the bricks and timbers that kept the (xxii©#* pinned down. Ina short time the boily #>f a man was discovered, and be afterward proved to bi* Hon. T. lf#Hiry Mason of Hawesville The foot an I hand of another were also uncovered, and by this time Maj. Hughe* arrived from the Brown fire and put the hook and ladder nieii and the firemen of No. 2 Eugine company at work dfiGOnjS for the men. A man’* voice wa* beard in a comer, and a light showed the scarred fare of Virgil Wright. He was pinned in with a mass of brick* and mortar. In hi* band he held a pistol, with w hich he was trying to end his sufferings. His arm was ho badly bruised, however, that he was unable to pull the trigger, ami he was rewon##! quite telly wounded, hut ablet#) walk. WATKK WORKS DEMOLISHED. The water works are ruined. The big stand pit*, through which all the water is forced into the rcNerv#>ir, was demoliHheti by the cy«*lone. The <’ity water supply is cut off, amt it is not known how long it will take to repair the ilainage Consequently a water famine I* sure to follow All the windows of the pimping station were blown out. The stand pipe wa# IOU feet high, and was built of brick, iron and wood. ami was four frat in diameter on tte inside. The tote#**#) industry is awfully #*rippled. The Kentucky, Enterprise. Falls City, j Green Kiver. Louisville, Central, Crescent, | Planter and Ninth street warehouse* ou Main street are utterly demolished. The Pbteuix, ri< k»*tt. Uievens, Headley A Ca, and Sawyer, Wallace A Co, ware rooms are consiflerably wri#*ked.    The Globe and Fanners are uninjured. Pat Baldy, a warehouse #*k*rk, was hurle«1 seventy-five frat, and wa* found fatally injured. Four men ara suppo*#*! to be buried in the Main street debris. SAVINO THE STEAMBOATS The life savers under veteran (’apt. Devan did gallant Service rescuing a score of river men and snatrhiug valuable steamers from the foaming stream lite *r«-amboata Hibernia, Fall City, J&mra Guntbrie, Grace Morris and other b# ai ta were torn from their moor.ngs and were carne'* h«*lplessiy down stream. Through the Herculean efforts of the life savers and the crew of the City of Madison, however, all were safely brought into port. The ferry W. C. Hit© with many passenger# wa# snatched from doom just as abe neared the falls. Sergeant Burke, signal service observer, says til© dorm posseraed the characteristic teature* #it a genuine cvclone. There were three distinct mo;Lois; an outward motion at the rate of spued varying from 25 to 65 miles per bour; second, a spiral movement around a vertical axis, with an estimated velocity of from JOO to 1.000 in lira an hour, and a third, a bounding motion with contacts with the earth at irregular intervals. The saloon of John Thiertnan at Sixteenth and Magazine ut prat* wa* crumbled ten cath the storm. The woodwork Ignite#! from the stoves, ami Nick Sullivan. William Diemer and Ben Cbelk were burned to death. The corp#### were charred bevoud ps-ski'ality of identification. Hie re*id©ace of J. AV. Bern-heim at 1208 tec-md street was struck by lightning in the midst of the crash and was utterly demollsh#d    , The following are additional names of killed: Rudolph Senger, Genevieve Nun#, Henry Lingo, Squire Jam#** M Stevens, John Lichi, Charles Seibert. — Sullivan, J. FI either. Miss Mary Sc hat tar, A. S. Stouierliug. Elmer E. Bam©*, An me E. Nilra, Claret!**© Lo***er, Robert Ham thou. Mrs. John Horan, four unknown men; Bridget Crow, laundry girl; J. D. Hathaway, Chicago; John Paul Hill. John Baldy, William Saline. Bud Lusher, Walter Davis, infant of Mr*. Austin, foreman Eagle Brass foundry. Mr*. Joseph Niles, Mix Lelloff. Frank Paine, Mr*. MacOmib, Robert Sullivan. James McCuUine, Maggie McClure. The following deaths were reported by funeral director* at ll o'clock; R Deniker, Parker Cornell, Jacob Lusher, J. B. SehiUit. Fntz Dep, Mr. Mason, Mr. McKee, M. Stevens, Frank Paul, Jr., Luc ret im Dragoo, Mr*. Kelly, Chris Mill, John Emerick, John Hamilton, John H#*ment, Mrs Bishop. Mr. Rail, Bob Lyps, Mrs McLaughlin, Mis# Emma Hostetter. A. S. Straibfing, Jake Bael idem. Theodore Angle rnetr, Mr. Sullivan. Mr#. Horn Tte friemls of Clamie Goodman, chief train dispatcher of the Lout*Ville Southern, are searching fur his butty, wbi#'h is sn pi* rad to lie buried in the deliria He left home to inrat hi* brother at the #iepot Thursday night and ha- not since (teen heard from. The name* of the injured, in a#i#liti«m to th#**© already given, ara as follow*: J. H. Riley, #tati<*n master, UnFei <!c|#*t, bruised cfi side and breast; Tom Allen, ticket agent, Union #l#-(#it, leg (iroketi; wife of Sergeant Georg© Colmtech, slightly Injured; the cob ore#! porter at the Seventh street depot, pin11##I down by a beam and left shoulder broken; Mix Joseph Sellers, Twelfth and Walnut Greets, slightly injured; William Sullivan, Tenth and Walnut, arm broken; John Blaira, ribs and leg broken; two children of Louis Simm, Jr., age#! 4 r.roi 5 year* respectively; two okier girl* and a servant were taken out of the Fad# City hall, slightly injur##!; Mrs. J«ihn B Ro#*k, left arm broken; Mrs Renof, #;nbtlv injured; Mrs. Dora Nix man, taken out idigiitly injured. I nim#-* 11 -.tel y nj *;i Hie burst of the cyclone tte fire lu lls *oui Ie and the polit© were at work. Within ten iii mu ta* a (tora© appeared at tte Falls City hall wreck ANOTHER ACCOUNT. Details of tho D*#truction of Residence# in    Hie. Locinvillk, March A — The terrible cyclone swept tte re*i#lenra portion of the w#*#t end. lioing immense damage to property In doaerts of place© th© house# were entirely raz*#i to the ground, yet in many of them the r#*s:»l*-nt#» escap##! uninjured or slightly bmi-cd. The cyclone seemed to take teiidi-h pride in I an fast i'*ally injuring the residence*. Frequently a three-story house ha<l ti* front cut from it, the inmates re C.amine unburnt*#! On Jeff'-i-son street, tile track of the cyclone ext# mind from Ninth to Twelfth street. Between N nth an#I Tenth street* great damage wa* d ne. The roof was tom off the redden#*© of ('barie© tbJmrii, at No. 1017. The re#!»i«*n<© of W C. Oliver. 1010, wa* partly unroofed A. Bentley’s house at 1010 wa# wrecked in the seremd story. One of the family was slightly injure#!. At 1028 the Grav home had one of it* sides blown down. L. White’* pr*»|*erty at 1H25 is the worst damaged house on that square, being almost entirely demolished. H Newman'* residence, 1028, wa* deprived at it* roof. J. Gottachalk. the druggist, at Eleventh an#! Jefferson streets, hail his house damaged in the rear. At Eleventh and Jefferson the McDermott house wa* utterly wrecked The residence of J. Skillman, HOO, lost its roof Baxter square, the beautiful and well cultivated j*ark, was completely ruim#I. Handsome tree* that added beauty to th** surrounding* lie stretch©#! on the ground. Fully two-third# of the beautiful tree# are down The Bland-Bethel tobacco factory. Green street, near Eleventh, is minus it# upper story. H Merchant’# h*»me at HIO l#)*t the roof an I was crush©*! in the rear. Dr. W G. Griffiths'handsome residen#*© at USS was badly «laniag«#i. The east si*le wall is down. The *ioetor was a (rant fnnii lh© city, but bis family, consisting of a wife an#! several daughters, were in the house at the time <>f the «ic©i#tent, but all es#-a]ie#! uninjured. \t 1121 the (’lark resi*lenra wa# tedly d :>.;tg»#l Mr* A Clark was injure*l on the h» i i bv a falling brick, but not seriously burt. i'be Grout residence at 1025 was wrecked in th#* rear. Atone Hundred an#! Twelfth an#! Jefferson streets the thrra-story brick building, iii which are the oflKV# «>f the I*>uisv ill© City railroad, was blow n down in the re*ar. On Green street, (ie*, ween Thirteenth and Fourteenth, considerable damage was ilone, but n >l#ody Lurt. W. Church’# grocery, tilfi Twelfth street, •sa# deprived #»f it* roof. fbi Grayson street, between Eleventh and Thirteenth, there wa* njurv and loss *)f life. Furniture w agons crowded all tte d*>v aetat -d street# What of the household eff*#*t« remaining we e • emg move} and piles of damaged furniture lined the stree*. Many of th© families who live in the district* ant! who-*? residemvs were slightly injured are in constant fear that some of the neightsiring toppling walls will crash into their houses awful «*rht. Hvore* of pe^pW w«iP killed and everything was one mara of rums * **1 wss in a kansas tornado several y##ir* ago,” sai«i a (arranger, “but the horrible catastrophe of last night wa# the m«i«t awful thing I ever -aw. I -aw dozens »*f #iea#l p#*» pie be ng ta .on (rom Fall* City hall, where per ha pa a hundred or more were killed. The Union d©| ot wa# comp ately wrecked RESIDENCES WRECKED. A Hi lek Heura Kiowa Away — Ne Vera I Persona Kilted Gallatin, Tenn , March 2W —The worst storm that ever visited this se#*tl n passed over this city Thursday night. Two miles from Galtati * house* were blown down. The brick resilience of John Hibbett wa# com-pletalv blown away. The walls fell in and killed an lK-months-ol#! I si by of John Hib-liett; also a boy, aged 12 years, son of Palo lAiigford. Hibbett is dying and his wife is horribly mangled. Acron# the (like from Hihbet's William Patterson'# re*i*i©n**e was b!«)wn down. Injuring five persona Residence# were completely wrecked and large trees were uproo ta# I sad #*arned some distance The town is nearly wild. Jim Pattereon's house was unroofed and Mr. Patterson and three lad ira were in one room when the roof fell in. Patterson re-ceived painful injuries amt his wife was also hurt. Th© Htorra wa* only of short duration and pained over about IO o'clock. All of the dead and wounded are being moved to the resklen#*© of Mrs. Van Allen, alxuit one mile from town. The worst features of the cydone liave not Isven report©#!. After sweeping up Koganna the Storm King began his drea#iful march. It took a northeast course and for twenty-five mile# carri©#! everything in front of it, All house* beyond Ble<l##ie, Macon county, have been blown down Fully IU) people are crippled rn that section and are under care of doctor*. Men, w omen and children are in a terrible condition in that section. AU kinds of rumor* are art.sit Communication by telephone is cut off J. W. Whiteside* of Ble#lsoe arrived here last night aud says everything is a barren waste (Several people are killed, but he could not learn name* The march of the cyclone wa# ateut five miles northeast of Bledaoe Many people were horribly mangle*! at Rog-anna and tile town is entirely swept away. B##is, furniture, gro#*enra, tern* and farm implement* were taken up an#! hurl©*! into the Bl* (Lite crrak. Gallatin is now a# quiet as (leatIi and the *torm is all that i# talked a Lh nit. Hundreds t>f people went out to visit the ruin* in the Hibbett nei:{btM)i’hoo<l, where the greatest I#### occurred. TRACK OF THE STORM. Timber Mini Telegraph Pole* Strewn It road cast — Kieetriral DI splay. Cis* TNK ATI, March iS).—Conductor R B. Holbouru of the I»ui*ville and Nasuville trail), which arrived at ll ;‘!0 a. rn., sal . to a reporter; “All along the line (joining out of Louisville telegraph (ml©#, wire* and timber are scat ter *<i rn all (infections. We were delayed for that reason At I* Grange, twenty-seven mile# out from Louisville, there is much damage done. At Eminence, forty mile* southeast of louisville, several persons are kill#*#! The whole *N>untry coming out of L'Uisville is on© mas© of mingled poles, timls rs, tree# and other <!©bri*.” Train No. 8 over the sam#* road came in at 12 o'clock. Brakeman C. Ricketts and Mr. William# were eye-witnesses of the terrible storm last night. Said they:    “It    is    beyond descripti**n. The renter of Louisville is ooe mas# of terrible ruins; all is woe sod horrible disaster. We were in the city at th© time. The el#** trical display was the grandest spectacle of it# kin#! we ever saw. Tbs n tor rn teem about 8:30. The thunder w*as simple aw l I. an#! by tha vivid glare of the lightning; we coni#! see for b ooks. All was a man# of rums, flying timbers, women, children and n**-n rushing here arni there |«nk*-.fcri'teeo, crying for aid, or seeking to find friend# who were buried beneath huge nm*#©# of ruins. The storm struck the city from tte southwest and ran in a zig-zag direction across tte city, struck the Union depot and jumjie#! the river, striking Jeffersonville. At least nine or ten blocks of that pla«*e were destroyed, “Before leaving yestereiay morning at 8 o’clock sixte eight l*>die# were taken from tte halls City hall, wbere there were hundred* of people at the time of the accident. The most destruction to#>k place in the main part of the city. The west end came in for a big snare. Tile awful tornado did not take a straight course, but juinj»ed up one block and down another and here ant! there Port Royal. Henry county, forty miles from Louisville, is reported as being entirely demolished. “At Pendleton, thirty-three mile* from Louisville, a 91**1) insurance policy wa* found hanging on a bush near the railroa#! trw-k. Th© policy telonged to a man In Louisville and had (ran blown all the way from t».“ oily All *#irt« of clothing, pie#1©* of tiniter and debris of all sort# were nattered Gong the line. ’’ D. L. Lockwood, baggagemaster on the same train, was in the tornado also. Said he: “I was riding in a street car on Jefferson street, bet wren Seventh and Eighth, wheu the tornado struck til* oar. A heavy telegraph pol© wac blown aero*-, ti*© car. mashing it, an*l n* arri killing a lady paaranger, v# horn I cai ricd in my arm- to a place where medical ani could be had I wa* uninjured, but the poor driver wa*> blown away and | never heard of or seen alure. It wa* an i THREE BERGES SUNK. I’onalclenbl#* Dints'*© hi (Cvansvllle, bilk No Live* Loot* Evansville, iud., Jtiiuvb 29.— The gale teg ai i in th ii vicinity ateut 5:80 p. rn. and tun11nu©*! ail night with slight atetement. The damage aion : the river front wa* not a# severe* a# might have l»e©n expect#-#!. The large wharf l*o«t of Ashby ft On. wa* sunk a (suit 8 a. m The (sat can be raise# I with small lox*. A terge of (awl telouging to Walton ft Sons of PittNbnrg was also Hunk, but tan be sav#sl vvh#n the river #tit*side». A terge of corn wa* al#o sunk, but the lailk of it* cargo CRH lie raved. A# far as known no lives were leat in this city. Several ntore# and house# were more or less damaged. A report (rom Olney, Ilia, say# that buildings there were greatly oamaged, but no live# Drat. Carmi and Nashville, Ilia, are badly damaged It i# rejiorted a train on the Louuville and Na-hville at Zebree, Ky., was blown from tile track and two peraon# killed. Large miniter# of -aw logs were* carried away along the river in this city au«i the Ion* will I.© c*>n-Mderalde. Cincinnati Get* a Whiff. Cincinnati, March 29.—A violent wind storm i*isNe<l over the city yesterday morning aud caused con Kill* rabic <iamage among tho hill top# in the Mihurb*. The hurricane struck about 9 a. in., blowing down great tree# ami swaying house* in its path. Dwellings were unroofed and f©n«xw splintered and destroyed At Madisonville (tarn# and outhouse# wi re blown <l«iwu At the Sixteenth district colony te'hool on Auburn avenue th# storm struck with terrible force. The tin roofing sec! I xii to fly a* if with wings from its batement. The SOO pupil# were asnem-bling for study and it is little tes than mu a#{ uIou* that there wa* no one in harm's way. I he chdtiren were panic-stricken, but were safely removed from tte building. Th* damage will not exoee«l $5b0> Navigation Impeded. (’AIRO. 111., March 29.—The gale bere on tte river sank several shanties aud fish boat* on th© Ohio river and rendered navigation almost inifKjsaible In tte city it blew down one frame house from its foundation# into the w ater. No one was burt The gale blew at the rate of sixty miles an hour. At MUI Creek five bouse# and several barn# were blown down and a Mr#. Hartlin© and child were severely hurt. At Metropolis the tornado unroofed and otherwise damaged about 200 houses, among them tte court house and bank, aud Jtuige M dicey Hi residence fine person was kill®#! and several hurt. Slight Damage at Nashville. NashviLLK, Tenn., March 29 —The storm struck this city about 9 o'clock Thursday night, but beyond unroofing a few houses aud blowing down, a number of signs, did no damage The town of Fayetteville, Lincoln • siunty. fared badly. A negro woman wa* kilksl outright by failing walls and a number of person* were injured. At Trezevant, Weakly county, tte little 9-year-old child of E. E. Lyman, was killed, several persons injured and many house* wrecked. Other towns in the stat© report nom* damage, but nothing serious. A Georgia Town shaken Up. Chattanooga, Tenn . March 29.—Report# receive*! ter© that a tornado struck Graysville. Ga., a town 18 mile# Nouth *»r this pla#'e, Thursday night, shortly after midnight. Tte people were sleeping and were terribly frightened. Tte roof was blown off tte large flouring mills Two house* telonging to John \Yood#an#l one to T. T. Wilson were blown down. Every house and cm it bu I Ming on the Alls brook wa* blown down. Heveral narrow escapes were reported, at this h#xir it is impossible to learn whether anybody has teeu killed. Two Men Hurled. Evan# VI LUZ, Ind., Matvh 29.—The i reboil se and a portion of th* store- room of the Fulton avenue brewery #*a\e#l in yesterday afternoon, burying two nieu iii the rum*. The storm of Th un lay night, it is -opposed, unsettled the liuildin^ to such an extant that it was unable to l>car the weight of the malt and ice **tore#l in it. I be name# of meu killed are Claud Tilley and Joseph Vinegar. A man nam*#! Kelly is also supposed to have l»een iii tte «iebris, bu this ha* not been verified Tte damage will probably reach ♦25,00b    _ Terrine Storm at C'hleago. ChicAoo, March 29 —The storm that ast la Thursday evening, continued to rage with almost un«b\t«<| fury all #lay vraterday, a high wind and blinding snow makini' pts ie# trainiNin almost ini|#>vsibie faikt* Michigan is in a fury and th© famous North Shore rive, uprni which tte palatial re side ne * of I otter Fainter, Archbishop Frehan and other prominent rewident* are lncatrel. Is tem# rapidly swept away. New Allmn.v** Narrow K'cape. Loc isv 11.lk, March 29.—New Albany from hir situation under the shelter of the Silver hills, which protect* her on the west and north. ©scf\j>«sl all dumiq'e beyond the blowing over of a few signs and the breaking of tte moorings of neveral coal teat-, that were landed along the shore. A Tree ♦♦ti tilt* Trite*Ii* Indian ak# )LIM, March 29.—An accommodation train on the Jeffers >n\ die. Madison and I ad la na | <oi is railroad st luck a t re«e t hat had Iweu torn up and blown across the truck by the storm, 'lh© train was derailed but no en* was injured. WEEKLY REVIEW OF TRADE VI one? Market* fairly Nu pp I led—% Killy in Iron—Of lier tlraeehws. Nkw York, March 29. —It U. Ibm ft Co’s, weekly review of trade says: “Until tte raver© storm of Thursday,which swept over W -tern ami Central states, doing damage at I^ouisville and some other localities, which <*aiinot yet Im# «'stiinat«*d, the weather for the pas* week has (>e©ii favorable for business The money markets of the in teri#»i ar© fairly supplied. “Payments through banks at the different **iti**s <*ontinu© to show great increase over last year. At least a considerable |M»rt. of this in# reuse ia due to ex {aitis ion iii legitimate trade In general th > markets are much less disturbed by *p©ciilntlve excitement and rpanipulntion tins is usual. “It can hardly is* said that the industrial situation has improve#!, though something like a rally in the ir*»n market is r©f*»rta«l at Philadelphia Hut a #| mu Ut ive block of KID,(NIU t*»is. said t*> te beld by a leading finn in the oozier tra»l©. is hanging over the pig iron trade. And nf the same tim#* price* of Alattama and Virginia iron ar#* w**«ker. “Til© sal#*# of wool her© and at Philadelphia show no improvement, but a* Boston nian-i-fa<*turen# apjs-ar to te incre*a#mg their pur-charaw. No improvement is seen in woolen goo#ls and sal#*# of cottons are such as are usual at this season. “There ar© well-known circumstance# which ac#x)unt for much of the uncertainty in business A proposal to #*hang© duties on any article, whetter it te wise or unwi e, has a tendency to arrrat th© disposition of trade on one sill© or the other, and the tariff bill alstut to te report©#! at Wa-hing-ton will alter th** conditions in a gr#*at nutn-l)#r of tirulen The artificial centred of *)ut-put or price# bv any combination has the same influence wherever it is teliev©#! that tte flow er of control is strained aud may soon col la | ew The great increase in niimter of such combinations k# it Li ii the past two years affe<*Ls many trad##*, an I within a more limited spher** th#* ap])r«diensioii of losses rasult-ing from tell weather. But these causes are not of u |**rinnm*nt nature, and the volume of trade uev©rtheDs# in progress has never been surpassed at this season. “The (*usiiH*ss failure# during the last seven day# number for th*.* United State# 217, and for Canalla 28—total 243, as conifwresl with 255 last week. For the corresponding w#*ek of last year the figure# w#*r© 204 iii the United Htates aud 38 In Canada.” aiekel* Nu<*« ee«t« Hark. Albany, March 29.- Governor Hill ha* appointed Maj Geo Daniel E. Sickels sheriff of the city and county of New York in place of James Flack. r**sigue I The governor also appointed H«»n. Leonard A (fie-jerich as justice of th© city and county of New York, in plain* of Judge Nebr).as, deceased. Th* F.rte*# (‘©bruary Statement. Nkw York, March 29. —Tile statement of tte Erie railroad for February shows an Increase of 984,398 in net earnings us compared with the same month last year. THE MARKETS. New York Produce F. sell anga. Nix York, March 29 FI.OVR Closed weak at about previous price* yesterday FiD# gn es winter, 91 90'J.2 2»; do spring, 9L0OftS OO, superfiti** winter, $2 .’U/i 2 40: do spring. 92.0^2 *.’5: ext 1 a No. 2 winter, f'2.8049 LOT' do si ring. $ r*-^2 K>i; extra No. I winter. 1.50 #io spring. 0IIij,4.50; city mill extra, $4 3.V&4 e# for Weal Indies Southern flour closed quiet; trade and family extras, $2 4 36. WHEAT Options were dull and the prostration of the wires precluded any outside inform# lion. The market #-l<>rad weak and    lower except for April, ahi h was steal yr and un-cboaged Sfs*t l#*t# closed Armer. 8»>«*t sales of No. X winter, N7*\*® s#‘.jc; No 3 do,    <414    *. CORN Option* opened mo#leratcly active and firmer, but suhwiquently weakened, dosing, how ever. l+i: higher for March and April and un changed for the others Spot iota closed quiet Spot sate* of No 2 mixed, 38'*/(£t?3k,e; steamer mixed.    No. 3 mixed, >'‘4^ :W4<*. OATS—»>piions were active an J firm, closing % Cihfi higher Spot lots dosed fir m 8|»ot sale# of No. I white, S3c; No 2 do, 3.^3.’l4c; No. I mix©I S'V; No I do. 28^4^29c* RYE—Nominal PORK—Dull, ne# rn##**, 111 V><f£l2.00 for new LARD—* loaed null and slightly weak. April, f«.47: May.9*> 4866June, |8 .W496 54. BUTTKR Steady, dairy »*rata' n, half firkin tub*, 20^23»*; western creamery, 20^24^#* CHEESE-Uuiet: Nee York -*i)«vidar factory, ]044<a»tiV4(-‘ Ohio flat, in«rf io^e ECHJ8- Du I; tresu eastern fir ta, 14^J15c; western do, 14V4c; I ana*nan not quoted ItiifTwlo Provision M»rk«t. Bcrrxu), Korch 99 WHEAT-Strong; No. I hard, 92>4c: No. I northern.    V;    No * nortliern, W^^c. Win tor wheat -No ‘ired,    No.    I    white,    87tai* sake I. GORN Roilier; No 2 ye low, 3«c; No. 3 yel low, 36V4'*;    * corn, 34V4 o35c. OATH <^*!ief No 2 white, 29c; No 2 mixed, 28*4c on track. No. 3 white, 28c BARLEY- Stronger; No. I Canada, 844,86#;; No. 9 do, '*9^8i»c; No. 3 extra, 644968c. FLOUR—Firm; a{>ring wheat best patent, per bbl, 9’> 6h<46 OO: low grade, 93. OU. Winter wh at- bret family, 94,76a:> 25; graham, 94-Sd;_ BUTTER - CYvamery fancy. 2G^28c; do cholos, 234925c: western fancy, 264926c. CHEESE- Fancy full crram per lh., He; rbo.c© do. 10^491 Ic. (/RIH—State and Canada, strictly fresh orate* l4t»lP^O, western do, 14c. ilta’s-i-Carriajes! HUY TI IK Vlios Hart on Hound f«.r Loatsvllla Wabrinoton, March *9.—Mira Clara Har-toa of the Red Crura society called st the White House and informed th** pre*#tdeiit, who hi the ex-officio chairman of the governing hoard of that organization, that it was her intention to start for Louisville and the devastated diet net last night to give what aid she could to th© sufferer# from Thursday night’* disaster Roy Killed by Lightning. Brill Non Kl,D, III#., March 29 — At M«chan-icsburg, Ills , Charlc# Black, aged 12 years. wax killed br lightning during the storm The hora© he wa# riding was also killed. A little slater riding w ith hun wa# slightly injured Considerable w im!<>w glass wa*broktui at Ro«*he*tcr and *>th«*r |H>inta in this county, twit not much other damage was done. DOWNING CEI.EIIUA.TKI) RECLINING BACK For Style ami Beauty, Durability aul Com fort. K very body approve* of it being tha only carriage y«>u should uw, Tha greatest favorite antony the lavitae and nurses, and is found iii ali th* ie«(iing families iu large eitiea Too much cannot be Raid of this niakaof Carriage, it till* all of the long felt wants for the perfect comfort of children "lien out riding. This carriage bus given such universal satisfaction to the trade in former years that we will handle no other make this year but the Downing. According to our varied aud long experience iii the sale and make of children's carriages, we can safely say the Downing is superior in style and w«irkmansliip to any we over handled, or that can be found in the market For all the advRntaizea ■rnmmrnJLmm you have in using the Downing Car riage it does not cost you any more than the common straight back style. W ** are enabled to abow the finest assort ment of children’s car* riages in the city, or that you will Ibid anywhere. Kvery carriage up-liolsterid in tin* latest, and newest shades ot best silk plutb, giving them a rich appearance, ami in all making them ti most desit nolo and useful household ornament bm wall as the pride of the street. SOLE AGENTS CARL SCHAUER 59 East Third St., Has just received a full line of rn Cvercoats and Turning!, Equal to any iii the city^aud ,’at jii’icPH that will pay Vs* you to hop him hufoi.^ purchasing. LADIES! If you want an easy and comfortable shoe. with a heavy*sols, one that will keep your feet dry and warm, gat a pair of D. Armstrong A Co’s Hand Welt, common sense shoes. They will please you.- SULLIVAN & SON, 213 Centre Street, ARE CALL ED . -' ane otiijkj geo.^IIA YS BREAK’ ifiHT-ONES' .* ffiRiiTtaWai P AMD ARE TttURGH. PA. Paints, Oils, and A Vail Paper at Monroe’s. ;