Capt Anderson of the Mary Powell
HE SAILS NO MORE. The ninte of .the Alary Powell Mallei f!U LitHtEprtbly Voynet. [SPECIAL TO TEE WOULD. I POUOHKEEPSIE, N. Y., Sept. 7. —The funeral of Daniel Hoffman Bishop, first mate of the steamer Mary Powell, took place at New Hamburg at' 3 o'clock this afternoon and was attended by over one thousand people. Capt. Anderson ran the Mary Powell from Bondout to New Hamburg at 1 r. M. , landing only at Poughkeepsie for the accommodation of the friends of the deceased. After a short service at home tho coffin, was carried to the steamer by the crew in uniform and wearing white gloves, the friends following iu procession. While the procession was moving tue boll of the gteatner wa/ tolled. At 4 p. M. the boat arrived here and the remains were interred in tlioHiiral Cemetery. Among tbe floral offerings was a model of the Mary Powell, sent by Capt Anderson; a pilot's wheel, by Capr. Wiokes, one of tbe owners of tho Powell; a pillow, inscribed. "Shipmate," by the crew of the boat, and a large anchor, with a standard, by Capt. Eltinpre Anderuon. Among prominent boatmen present were: 0*pt. BriDckerhoff and A. V. HaiBbt. of the PoughkeepHie Transportation Comnany; Capt. Scott Jlilligiui and Pilot Ezra Hunter, of tho steomor Jacob H. Tromper; Floy Donohnc, of Newburg; Abraham Van Wart, of lioudout; Guernsey Belts, .of the James W. Baldwin, and many members of the Boatmen's Association, of Kondout.