Detroit, Oct. 19.- It is greatly feared that another disaster, with loss of life, ! must be added to the long ligt that has' resulted froin the fearful storm of last Satnrday. The schooner Riverside of this port, With a cargo of 670 tons of stone, lef t Kelly'g island last Friday morning, bound for Tonawanda, and not the slightest trace of her has since been heard of. The owners have been hopeful that she had found shelter somewhere on the north shore of Lake Erie and would yet turn up in safety, but so long a time has now elapsed since she saüed that they have scarcely a hope that she escaped the violence of the gale. The arrival of the Leighton. however, wliich had been eiven up as lost, wül encourage the friends of the crew of the Riverside to still entertain hope that she is afloat. The crew of the Riverside was composed as follows: CAPTAIX D. J. FARRIXGTON and wife of Detroit. JOSEPH HARGREAYES, mate, of Detroit. JOHX.HARGHEANES, seaman. of Detroit. WILLIAM RAMOND, seaman, residence unknown. JOHN PAIGE; seaman, residence unknown. # WILLIAM WHEALAR, seaman, resi dence uiiknown . The Riverside is owned by J. M. Jones & Son of this city; rates A2, with a valuation of $5,000, with two-thirds of the amount covered with insurance.