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NEW YORK. MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1897.-TEN TAGES. PRICE THREE CENTS. ' PRINCE AND COUNT FIGHT. THE DUEL BETWEEN THF. KOYAL YOUTHS TAKKS PLACE gA'-n WOVMDED, TU'T THF ??,?t of TTTtiTS OgjTS THE REST ??F THE FI? ?li ? IRIN i: RBMRT WOtntDBD '? THK gHOt%DER AND ABDOMSTt \N'.i HAS A NAR i;??w RSCAPE Tarts. Auk 15.?The Count of Turin and Prince Henry of Orleans fought a duel with swnrdR at Bo' : rg thla morning, In the Bols de Mar?chaux a: Vai ' - ' Thi m t-ais of Prince Hears? v,.- MaJ t de Leontleflf, Oovernor-Oeneral of the Equat? rial ?Pr ? Incea ?>f Abyaalnia, and M. Raoul Uourichoi Thi ^??tint of Turin's seconda were , ral Count Vvagadro dl Quinto and the Mar? ge?.? Carlo ?il ?"?inori. Th? fighting ?an most determined, and lasted gwenty-Bia mlnut?ea There ?rere flve engage penti ?f which two were at cloee quarter?. ? Henry received two aerloua wounda in the ;? r and the right s?,h? of tii?? abdomen. Tl.? ' nt of Tarin was wounded In th.? rieht ; . Henry waa taken to the house Du le Chartres and received medical al? lei :- '' ? Itlon of Prince Henry is a? aatla i p? as could bi expected. The ?naultatlon, have expressed th?? that no Important organ waa touched, ; rent la neceaaan tot recovery. rumora at Naples and elsewhere, the m I not ? xpected the du?l to come off. It wai -, . f, r.., quite private. ? RIQIN ?>F THK ENCOUNTER. The official account furnished by the feconda recito? fu?y the circumstances lea?; in?; up to th? tncoaater, savins: "Th" fount of Turin, considering the letters of Prlr.i e Henry of Orleans to the Figaro* of? fen.?" ?? the Italian Army, wrote him on July ? d? andlng a retraction. This letter could J I ?f^S'. ?? ??'. ? ak>Mj COT'XT OF ??'G,??. t**?? challenger ani victor. r ? ? ? 1 until Aneusi 11. the day of th? il of Pi nee Henry In Franc? The Pr!nc<> t Count's demand by telegram, talnlng the righi of a traveller to record '. is exj erti n? eg." account th*n describes the ar ? n ta for ?h?? duel, givea the names of the tivo aeconds, and says thai at their first )? ? ? ? l that the encounter was ?il-, lu accord the conditions settled as folio? weapon t?> he the ? I; each ttatant to use that of - iwn country, but the iiladt-s to be of equal mbatant to be at liberty to tain the gr< und he gains, and each to i.e e of fifteen metres within which r rei re; each assaul! to continue t to be r. su n,.? ! In the ; ? ? I only to terminati on th?-? nda or th?- advice of : . ? ? hen one of I he advi ? sariea is : ?nil tate nf Inferiority; th?3 eoi luci la i? mat? ly to the in at lhe beginning. ? the arrangement was <: .?? to t he f? rma ? p of the s< conde of to ? of the encounter bj a fifth party. At a later meeting yesterday I ui ?? the rei d< svous. i!. ? ????? ?? AS I?'? IUOHT. The pr r?A-verbal thei ? - la to describe th< ?? inter. It say? thai in th?? first aanaull j right br? ast, though t n did not penetrate beyond the sub ?'.* '?? , * ? *m . . ? ?2i ?f ' t*?? I , jji ? , I PRINCE HENRT rir ORLEANS, rs brought about ? . ? ? the strenpth of rt of ? e seconds decided that the combat Tt.. ill wa? stopped ?because the r to clos? quarti rs. 1 ' nit of Turin was ? hand, but tin- weapon utaneous cellu . . fourth assault the umpire, Major Leon tat thi sword of I*rlnce Henry n? t ipped the engagement long , Hla Royal Highness with a ? e ?. fifth assault the romlialants airain trot Into rloe? ?? ? re and were Immediati ly y ;? : G?!; ? il ??.??'. In a counter bl iw, being Ihe ? I eglon of the abdomen. mra o? th ? - examined the wound ?, . Pi Henrj was rendered by n Inferior ? il? antagonist. Major , > ? | ,i ?:? , ., proponed thai the ? ; ? ? !. an ? tl's ni dons by o-tn? ?! I'll ?HAT W ? iHAKK HANI'S u ? reas being ?ir-ss-d. prlnc? Henry, rali Imself upon the ground, extend . ml of Turin, saying: "Allow : ?,, to shake hands with >? g " ? int ? nded his hi ; .._. ,.. ;..-:? ?rere Dr. Toupet ?m?! 1 ?;?. Hanmann, on behalf of Prin? Henry, and ! Hr. Carle on behal! ? ? the Count <?f Turin. : ? : i -lit.UK was signed b) ' Thi ? r. .? dui ? si ? thai the encoun ., ? ar.?! di. ' In.m- dlstely .ill ? ? ,,? r. ,;? II? m y \ Igorously ; . ? Th? Counl "f Turin re? mit ,,( the g? und, and thi n, re? ti u h< d ins opponent. Th- thli ? ,,,,(, ?ssan.i- ? ndi ,1 In l'in* ??um ?! '???? "Tempe" ? i that the w? und In the abdomen of Prtnci Henry ' .s ssrtooa, but not alarming. Had the fount of : Turins steel gone half a centimetre deeper the I intesilnes would have beo?-, perforated. After his wound liad received a preliminary j drossln?? Prince Henry walk? d to his carriage unaided, The Count of Turin, sccompanted by his sec I nnd??. left Parie f..i- Italy ?hi? afternoon. He vas not experiencing any rpeclal distress from his wound. The meeting between the F?conds yc-terday was lontr and Btormy. Th?? representative) of Prince Henry stated on his behalf thai he could I not withdraw hi?, original assertions, as he had ? written only th.- truth about Ihe Italian nfTiccvs and was entirely willing t" give satisfa tlon t" a representative Italian. ? he ??? ?onda made absolute privacy ;? condition, .-'.nd sail ihat if a soul were presenl except the principals, s-.-or.ds and d ?tors, the fighi should !?- stopped and th.? Count of Turin ?hould re? turn Immediately to Daly and be followed hy Prince Henry, t.? flght it ..ut there. For this. reason v:?r!"iis places of meeting wen men- j tioned t.? mislead the Inquisitive, and th? onda ..n both side? chai ?.? ? sleeping quarter? dtirlni* the nlghl in order t ? tlir????.' the news paper correspondents ..ff th?-? sent. I'rir.ce Henry of Orleani i? the eldest son of the j Due d.? fluirti', s and nephew of the Corate de j Paris. He was bom si Ham. near Richmond, In ! England, when his father was in exile there In 18S7. lie has won not u little credit ns in ? \pi ?!??: iit.d tr.iv.iiir In 1KB he undertook ??! long Journe) of exploration In Siberia, serosa the Biountaln range of Thibet, This expedition was flttod out at hi? father's expense, He broughl back a-i Inter cstlng collection of photographs of thi little known region, taken by himsell ;? Oeo grnphlcal Boclety of Fi mie awarded him Hi gold I for ti,?:? achlev? ment, Pi In ?>? H? u . th. ??. undertook .'"'lui' exploring expedltlm Into fen Aft I' a From i'.. . ? f of Ad? ?. ii" pus! ? ! w< si n. ?Ian ar, ? ' I I nap of the country b? twe? ? thai clt? nd M M withstanding the obstacle? put In his -?? ? bj Hie Abyssinian brigands and Ihe wildnesa ol trj Prince H-nrr has published "From Pai 1 nquln, Across t'nknown Thibet," written wit ? M Ronvalot, hi? companion on the Journey It de? scribee, In 18*1: In IM? he published "81? M-.i.ths In India, Tu-er Hunting." G??.??? Henry's participation In the duel Just fought ??.as owlnt to iii? severe criticism of ihe conduct nf Italian officer? in the Italian campaign In Abyssinia. This was sharply resented by Ital? ians, and many challenges were seni him. Prince Victor Emmati tel, tli?? Count of Turin. was Lorn at Turin In IgfO, and I? the son of the ?ate I?uke of Aosta a nephew "f King Humbert He has the rank of Major tn the Italian cavalry. Heine the brother of th? presen) Duke of Aosta, the Count is the brother-in-law of Prlnc? Hem cousin. Crin ?? ss Helene, whom the Ihik?? ol married in 1805. -? .JUBILATION IN ROME. rRriwr?? FU.!, tuf: STREET, CHEERING POR t?p: COUNT OP TURIN. Rome. Aug. 15.?The news of the result of the duel has been received here with the greatest en? thusiasm, ?'rnwds fill th?? streets, cheering for the Count of Turin and the army, and calling upon the hands in the public squares to play the royal hymn. Many of the houses are decorated wi'h f'acs in honor of the result, and all the newspapers have issued special editions giving the details >.f the encounter. Kxtra guards have been mounted at th?? French Embassy and Consulate. Congratulatory telegrams are showered upon the members of the royal family from ell parts of Italy, and many have been received from abroad. ? CAUSE OF THK DUEL. PRINCE RENRT'S CRITICISMS THAT ANGERED THE ITALIAN' OFTH ER8 The duel fought in Paria yesterday gres out of certain rriticlsma mad? hy Prince Henry of Orleans upon the conduct of Italian offi. while prisoners of Emperoi ?? ? ? I? k In Abj These criticism? ????? ihed early In It i: "The New-York rfersld" .? the ? ? "Kigar?.. ' newspapers for which Prince HenryJwa been writing of hi?? trae*!? iti Abyssinia, whl.-h began last Fei.rua?.?. The particular itatementi t?. which tir- Italian pr.ss arid public, aa well IB the Italian officer?, took exception were published on July ?. last. The words of the Prince were as fol low ? : Naturally tlie subject which was most often dis? cussed was thai ol the war (bet w< ? he ! ? illans and the N? g is) at ?! Ih? capti? It) f th. It i am houi I to say that l am no lo >g< r in bui siili;.u disgust? ? ? s ? n ? h< ir ? ? ihi m. ? "it of reepe ? for s nal "ti wli h whom we were friendly, I should have been . i ? ?. ?gard selves ihe m ?I r? pr? hei II. luol Hav. Ihe) n?.! ,?..;.:? .-.-? d thai the? entered Add.? ? vlctori? the) would have given no quan any Fr? : hm. ?. not evei ? ? They add. I, moreover, with an Iron al air. thai they sou i noi lave Inflicted the death penalty on the Fn ? ? . worn? ?. Kvei ? , mil them to ? theli wishes Al ? l'Hai as prl? Ihey do not seem to reallz. It 8 s Were noi (in med to tall bratlon ..f the annlv? rsary of the I \ ! ?? ? : ? won as cuff-buttons ? ..n.? with Ih. " '.;. :.. Uh it u \ f who, Ing a toast : . ihe !.. a|th of the greal En tuii...l toward one of our fellow-cotintryn said. "A ' ? we not .: ? To ? I, "Mon Ij : ?Ir! I never sa? ? liman drinking t.. the !.? ..li h ?>? ? he ? .? im " Thli sn me Albertone received f?' .ni th? Ri a musi box, whl. h M? ?.? Ilk ? m ? t im ? m the di pari un? of the t ??,?? dlsappi ared, pro ? le The Frnpn -? ask. such things "Not ev? '?> where." wai th? u wei Iveil It se. m? that t hese Imitai ? do noi confidence int' -U. d the Abyssinian it event their tuen from deserting wh ? '. ! ? ? rtiy after thi? italemeni ; : frani It? me said ? ? ? Italian offle. r? back fr..rn Harrai I drawn I G them s! from Prince H< nr?. .and ? t th< duty had Lieutenant Pini, maitre d'arme?, who dispatched thre. ? ' -? . \ ???.?. : t? r a dispatch from Rome said ? .! A lerton? had asked to ? ? ?er? e, In order ? ? : ? . ? to ??- ? :? f ?rleai .?? th. I tallii ? Army v. ?? ;.ised of rowardle. dtirlni ect, it was f lighting a duel ? e I . ien \, the Mini ??? r nf War. refi request of ? ? one I ? . ? a "li ave ol . ilrri." Prince Henry had d? rllned to 1.1. u Pli on the ground ol ? :;. "Popolo Bornai o" an ni ed tl ? of Turin had addi ? ?ed letlei lo I I lenry demanding ? with. expense of the II time t lor ? ?.' h a memlier of il H . ? of ? . ? ? ? t he ??? li n \. ? ? tone, ? ?,.' ? l'Ini an. :' ? ; were ed t o gl ve wa ) to t he Coun I ' Prli ? ? Henry t ? el ved Ih. Count's carl el h 1 Ma rseil |. Paris. Oerei In Prince Hem o\\ n pel ?.'.r.al ^'??. .?- nd to a t the ? ? tel 1 Prince Henry und t!,.? <"..u:it >.f Turin. ? ORI 17 EXCITEHEXT IT PESHAWAR. FIRING HEARD NEAR red:' SHARKADR WOMEN AM? CHILDREN SEEKING SAFETY. Bombay, Aug. 15, A telegram from Cheral s;;.:, s that sharp firing was heal ! in the din etlon of Pori I ? : .a . ?..it? meni al Pesh iwar The women and chlldr. ? who have been In th?? cantonments .'?t Chei it ? . ni Int?? the .? u r... lin:?, north? ? ? '? iwalpindl. London, Aug. ?? "The Times," commenting editorially on dispatches fi mi Bombay and Simla which point to the complicity of Afghan I men in the outbreaks In th? Bwat Valley, thinks there is ? o > ause for serious alarm, ?t .-.n? "Dovbtlesfl tli?? Ameer is in a ?eml hostile mood; bul such frlctlonB hav? occurred before m that quarter, and it doe? not follow thai they will 1? Sd to hosltil ti? s." ? dlspat? it to "The Time ' from SI .. ? , ? ,1,,. \'|, . -Regal Oovi ri mei ? ?. . ,..,., , Mi,.?.??? of Afghanistan s strong letter of remon atran? e with ? 'gai d to th? pan taken tribesmen In the recent fighting on the fr. and especially protesting against the eouni? ,,..,,,, .? giv? n to lia?i.i.? Mullah by the Al General, liholam Haldar, ummanding ut \ ?? mar ?? ho - ai kn ??? ? to ' In un : ini .un muni? atlon erlth th< Indian irli?? m? p tacked Port Shabkadr m fatui d .. August 7. j'.diif.,!. . menta have ?. ?,, ,, p? ? .?neue? ?f ?igne "f uni il In th? , fUl ?IlilKZ.li till.? ?? Is qulel In Bwat, bul General Blond I? moi Ing up the river t" secure the submission of the nutlves ,n the Upper ? v. ut Valley. ? ? essi ? ? t? e cu di es. 1 AN INTERESTING G??????? G?? FORMED IN BT. PATRICK*? CATHEDRAL. With elaborate rrr.miinl"!? the nineteen !>ells composing the chime? for tst. Patrick"? Cath?e?ttal wi r.? Bolemnly blessed i.y Archbishop CorrlgM yesterday afternoon in the presence of fully Bva ind p?rs.?ris. The frani.? of <?? noria pin? which s :o support the bella when thej ere placed In the north tower. l?.'. feel above the ground, bad !.? erected nt the A-.'st^rn end of tha n.?'?''?. Cpon n th? belli had been hunu as they will ?be when in their Anal positions. Tbe frama wa? richly decorated with the Papal colore, yellow and white, an?! with Papal and American ??.?ks. A stairway led to the upper i?nrt of the structure, wh"r?? the smaller bells wore suspended. Archbishop ?''?trican, who wore mitre, cope and stole, and carried the crosier, was nttendr-d by ? ? Rev. Patrick Daly ae deacon; the Ree. Thomaa l". Murphy, sub-deacon; the Rev. J. X. Connolly, r of , eren, on lee, and Pather Mayhan, late Of St Peters Church, who was assistant ma?r.r Of ?'? lem?,: It waa 1 O'clock when the ceremony began with the p idlni ?f aererai psalma after whlcb th? Archbishop :,?? - . ? the water to be used In wash Ii g the ? ? Ils, u?.? . ? .? form prrscrtbed for 1 Ing holy wai r. with Ihe addition of ? rolled down ? special blessing for the purpose for v. ?.?. iter was t.. !..? us?al Th.n the hop (tended by acolytes servii,?; M train hearers, randle-bearers. mltre-bearer, crosler ; ? u? r, etc., ? ?k ? '? : ish end arel ? ? ili bell, In iv< : Ing ? Bp ice a bou l an Inch Th< ,'nl washing ??G ihe bells was per formed by the attending priests, whu with ipongei ?.? ? ' . ? en. h bell t'a?!- nighlj In the same manner the drying we? o+rtotme?, ".? Archbishop touching s towel to each of the belli and thi clergy completing the work. Upon each bell, al equidistant Bpace? on the out side seven ero***? had been marked In chalk Four crosses had also been marked similarly on Ihe Inside. I'slng Ihe oil far ihe slr-k. Archbishop Corrigan, after several naalm? had Iseen ?mid, pro reeded to aia.in; the bella th?-? eros? In chalk be? ing erased before the anointing. With his thumb the Archbishop made a cross with oil ihr??* tintes war.? every chalk mark had been. Then the Bt? .- ? ? . .?. f iiiy .. moved the oil. usine cotton for tins purpose. The prayer accompanying th?? anointing was an exor.dsm against -.11 *'v:l ; ?W? r -. ll mpests, etc. More psalms were repeated, nnd then the An-h . ,?,:-; pi.!? ?! t<. anoint tha bella usine time the holy chrism, which la used in bap tsn, . , itlon The ?ame ceremony as be? ll, each ol the cro*?ea being made , as previously and being thr? folrt, Aa li?? aia,int.,? tiem r'iis time ?he Aren? binhop pron ?unced th" name <>( each bell. After a specially prepared Incense bad been M-1 u was sprinkled upon burning coals In .,? ... one of which ?as placed under ,.,,1, ,,' the hells. Then, when th.? closing prayers ?, , 1 been recited, Father l.aveii?? aiti ick each of mu ? mill.t. sounding It: the Arcii ,,,,,,., ? ,. ign of Ihe cross over the struct .,? ,. turned to th? sitar. ?ri,,. ,? im pi a, h??,? by Monsignor Mooney, wno .,,?,| tii.it the ?d.ie.-t of the i'athniic Church .,,, ?a bring the supernatural into the life of man, Biid make everything, even the material. ?.. ?'? I'm'?! "Tlie bells lO-daj renili:,! mo of thr- Irump-t whl h M,,., was 'ommanded tn make to summon the , . ,; , to worship, ind ot Ihe bells ?hull ? I Temple announced the approach ol the high pries! Whether they w.-r.? used to call Ihe faithful to we have of knowii ?.?. bul true It ? . ? the ' I urch bural 'rom h'r hldli - In ili?? catacomba and began her glorious mission, bella soon came Into general use, and the ? line w?!it hand it) hand with the growth nf ? ? 'hureh "You who remember Pather Fabera description ?f Ki ? !: sway from Ihe faith, r? - .. his description ,: how hell? arere ?? rl to ?yfully the approach of the greal feet! A hell Is tii?? most appropriate Instrument to all men together to worship. It is the only one ttiat spi.?Ks to heaven ghovi a? well as t.? ? irth bfion se rotee an h?? heard rar over Mil and valley. ?Tii?.; country of ours Is a new country, snd the daj mil come when such ceremonies .?s this win no long ' i,? strangers to it. This is a new country, and Its Bges of faith are yet to com?. Hut they adi come Then will ..1! men a/orahlp ??"! in the ?, ? , ,- He wish- ; ?-, I,.? rvorshlpped, and Ihe sound .; !i bells calling us to prayers n?l noi be a ?ne May these bella ring out th?? faith to that g? pi ' May I hi i h? ar ?? ?pirli ua! wai ? 11 ring ou! to ill the message of faith, and of hope, and of charity." The cer.-monl - aere ended with solemn benedic? iti e 1> I, ? : Among ? lergymen present w? re P?shnr. Parley, BI?.hop ?.? ilpliy, p,, Rev ,? ? Dougherty, the !:??? ;?' .1 \l iiiiley, the Rev Martin J, Hughes, the Rev ? ton, th? ft.i Jame? Oalligan, the ?:? ? John ISdward? and Father randella The Iscans, Dominicana and otiu-r member? ot ir or?l? rs al wen pn seni wore lh? habit ,,?' their resp? ttlve orders There were fl'tv uahera from '??. Holy Nam.? Society, under charge of John J , ',.!? Tl (?ells ii Is expected will he in place In the ,?? r 1 ? \ ?? toh r ? - DIED ON Ills mi TO BROOKLYN. ?? I K?? BTEINHARD1 TAKEN ll.t. .?? ? BRIDO* r.Mt. EXPIRRg RRFORR THR ARRIVAL OF MRDIPAL AID. Abram Rtelnhardt, while going to Brooklyn on ? hl? wife 1 isl night ghoul I ' k, was taken with a hemorrhage The hem ???? aas an exceedingly aggravated one, and ?? lime ii:?? train had reached Ihe Brooklyn ?? Mr. Rtelnhardt was unconscious, ll. died In the a-altlng-i ?om In .? few minutes, The body was remo?, ed ? the Bi .-? police nation, where it ir last nlgl ? oroner hardi waa com? ? ? ? "it Bhe ai kind ? ? ? Mrs. Rie? lh-sl Mr. S;? In ? '. .,'.??. H? " ears old. Hia home wa it ?o. 51 ? IN ? ? !--1. e Idi',HT His nil THROUGH POLICE. AN AUSTRIAN INARi HIST MAKRS ? DRPPERATE T'\SH FOR LIRRRTT. Pittsburg. / ' ? ert, arrested ns ? ?? ' ? i] -, ?' 'I to be an An wa o .? of .so. :t ?.,???? Btution ? ? policemen with a ' " ? of ? ?I Georg?? M? Intyre, la horribly rut ?in I wound ext? fr m the <-.ir to the tl ? : pnri of the ? - ? s? ??? ?? ? ?. The ?:!?? rs, ? ;? ,,rt?,? ? Ole W. ?. ?',.?? less md William Ken t. but noi seriously, BllHTI ...??, ,h? e,ar,I of flit? escape i rom the ata feci i: un a rear window, hotly i fflcer while blood .stream.-,? Aftei . , r leverai ires Of! ,.? tir? .1 li!? re\ ?1?? r ' right am, and ? ' ? fought deeper? ?? . . ? ' ? ... club " ! ??.? ' ? ?Ibllltj !.. - ?? ? k to the stati? ? G"'?. 11 now II? - ? Ih -?!? il, in a pr? ? irloui con Kllierl Is r Austrian, who hai been v. ri. ?,? ?? ' Ih?? A ?,.?'.? inni! late!). ? hen he .'? i"- An in histl ? an 1 ? ron M le haa since bei n threat? nlng : Mr. Armai - ? I wae arrested i,een i?e i,.? ? lori after beine ? ? . ??. . I off the premli ? SWINDLED l\ UAN\ CITIES. A tlckei broker, George ' ari e effort a May Inden ? ?. 1 ?? R .n i.u 'aa, a ?s com rfeli mileage - received a on lin - ? ers In I 1 '' .?" ' !'''- ~: ? that the ?.air have ! .. n : ? ? ? . ? ? - ?\?????1?? and ? 1 ? . . ??., ,? ai ? the ?ornai :;??;.. ? , reveal ,,1V. m the p?il . know ? - aren , ir! ? Vfl CLOAKMAKERS1 STRIKE YET. The twelve l nd m< ?,??. ra of ? ??? rioak? m Aera' ' ? Inn ? ? ? , ?orr?.< ? ???.? empi. at ?? .? ? a aborti r ?" ' ? ? : ?? ? ? of No. 3?; si . a hi? li ?? m ? ? ?? ? . ,::,,, ,?, , the Kxei ulive l'ommlttee who : Rlvliur? ' - ' rlat.-il over the inlon'? t. rms ,,? ??,. ?tr;k.? ti. ' ? 11 \ ? ?. . alni ? ? t- ? \; ? thi ?Irlk? ai Dorf ? ? hon .t NO ?ad? ?j, mil, ? .? settled to-dai ? ?? in ?, .? Irving Hall on tv? day nlghl Ih? union will prol.ahlj decide on * nei. ermi ^t?!ke. ? WHITES AND BLACKS FIGHT BLOODY RACE RIOT IN AM ARKANSAS TOWN. *N- ATTEMPT T-? ARREST A NEORO CAUSES Tin: OUTBREAK -THREE ME? KILLED AND THRB OTHF.Iirf BBRIOCSLT WOCNDBD. Cincinnati. Aug. 15.?A special dispatch to "The cnmmer.iai Tribune" from Little Bock, Ark., says: Th?? Moodiest race riot that has occurred In Arkansas In months took pia.?.? at Palami Sta? tion, thirty niil.s from Little Rock, Lit?' iMt evening?. Three m?n nr? dead, another fatally wounded; and two others badly injured. The dead are: KERR, HARRISON. ? negro, ??hot all to pieces. PETERS, CHARLES, color.?!, kl!!-"! outright ANDRY, CHARLES, white, shot through the heart. Tlie s.riousiy injured are: CLARKE, .1 T.. jr.. a t.l.eiai.pcrator. shot through the ehoulder, probably fatally. OWENS R,. whit.?. Deputy Bheriff of Perry Coun? ty, shot through the groin, seriously wounaea ?'w.ns, a Deputy Sberlff from Perry County, had a warrant fur Harrison Kerr, a negro, ??harRe.l with murder When he attempted to make th?? arresi at l'alami, Kerr opened fire ..n th?? officer. Th.? first shot stiu.l' Owens in th?- groin. The bullet hit some silver in his trousers pocket, but Inflicted a serious wound. Th?? money in <'wens'? pocket probably saved his life. Andry nnd Clarke went to ??w.ns's as? sistane, and five or six negroes Joined in with Kerr. ? pitched battle -usue.] in which over fifty .?huts were fired. Wh.-n th?? shooting was over, Audi ? and F ?tere lay dead, ?'lark?? had staggered Int.. his office and fallen on the door. Owens was hin??' in a diteli near the station, and Kerr and th?? re? mainder of his companions had disappeared. The entire town was at the scene of the shunt mi?, and a posse started in pursuit "? 'he fleeing Harrison Kerr was found lyinc: dead In tjw road a mil.? away, literally shol to pieces, blood running from five wounds In his body. The otne negroes who participated in the bloody sffalr continued their nicht, and have not yet been captured. Th?? whole country Is in a rever or ? v. Itement, and sh? uld K-rr's associates 1??? cap? tured they Will never come to trial. ? A Y E SOIS E E li' 8 R E ' ' 11E 8 8 \ E 8 8, a CROWDED TEA? HCRLBD AROUND ELEVATED CVRVES AT rRIOHTTt'L SPEED. That a terlous sccident did not o.-.-ur early yes? terday morning on the SlXth-ave. elevated line is not th?? fault of nn engineer, who. in his desire to make schedule time, handled his entrine In ih.? most r.-.kless m.i'iner while Knlng aroun?. curves Tin- happened In the early mo-nlng hours, the ttm.? when trains usually carry few pif-encers save the advance guard of niKht-work-rs from the .|.?wito?v:i printing and telegraph oui..??. But a ,-rowd of several hundred belated pleaeure-eeekere from exeurslnn?. whn cot aboard the trun at South Perry on Sunday morninif. left lit'!?1 room for the ?regulars" st the Cortlandi and Part Place stations. As trains only run on fifteen minute?' headway luring the niKht, the passengers wer?? satisfied to ?- on to the straps or put up with other incon? veniences In their desire to |-e| h ?me. Locomotive No. Ill, drswlng three ordinary p??* -enger ears, mad?? up the h-avilv loaded train, which, hy Rood luck, narrowly escaped nein?; ? into the street a h'alf-dosen time? hetween Perk Place and Plfty-nlnth-st. The screams of the frightened women and children and the angry complaints of the men. who momentarily expected to feel the cars leave th.? rails, were Ignored by the railroad men. The engineer was seemingly bound to make up !??' time, no matter what disaster followed. The points he selected to Increase his speed were not Igni Btretches of treck, but between the ? wh.-re ther.? nr.? curves, end In rounding tter h- proceeded si full sp.I. causing the running, on the larser circle, or outer rail, almost to leave V. This raised the floor of the .?ar? >.? a high slant. Such of the pausen*;? ?....nable to ca eh str ? pi f< II In a pli? "i? the ones i: the seats, or bumped against those erno -p. rat? !\ t" Hi? sn. pa ov. rhead Ali ti,.? oc urred on the train scheduled t? I? ve < . Perry shortly after ! s m. ?'?i"??' t.? the crowd ..f retumlni pleasur? seekers iiiit boarded ? the stati.m n.lined, a f? w minutes lime \? is lost This delay ami ihe subsequeni Ion? -'????? ?.,.. big batches of th. outing folk lefl the train at uptown stalloni were what apparenti] "rattled the man In No. ill's cab, Th? rul ? ??: ihe elevated ? ?, an,? m faci a.I railroads m tn?? c? . . .,|., ?;. : : a of sp? ? .i In rounding curve*. There are caution lamps on the el? vate?) curves, ta,t ;. pngi ? .? .y morning seemed not t" ? m. and. If seeing, ?? heeded not. He w.:? a little benlnd time, and as he had a . I? ,? ui. ah? ad I jlneer was appnr? ntly de term ? ? il to make up .,'? ? - >a the train lefl l'art l'I u .? op. ried ?? :??. and the tri runa curve frutti Church-st. Into Murray-st. ai a lively pace NO effort t.. slow was ? I" ?,! at the \'.. -! Uro idwa) ? n ?? e ? -, ' ?. ,? .\: lh? second rounding the crowded -,? ? : ? ?.ver, and onl) ?? , ... i- u !.... th?? rurve v. - : ? . ??? 1 ?.,-. . ? th?? ears sn iye?l like ? I ?oh ! ? ?-? a. ? .?; . ?/ere mud. on th. ?? uptown, but ., : . ? : -. .1 |.\ the discharging of ; gen at (irand and Rleecker sta. Agnln a full learn was gl ?, and al ? s'lll greater spe< d was l ?? om? ? ,, : and ihe fa ? - of th ? m? ? ... . It wai not unii ?.- ir ? ? ? . ted them ?. . ?? yo the track, till a : .??? Slxl ' ? kept ,.. ed ? he ts wen only laugh? ?!. ai ? ? ? ? I Mi ? .,: ti ? xciirslon , ? nl ? "ui '? ? iih-st., . '.? the wai : : le with the Impr? atloi ? of the t!,.? .i ? ? - ? lemned the r. Iclei ??. ? of the ei ind the ? ruiallty of the guai Kurth. sp? ? ?1 eras ?? .?. bul the Plfty thi ? is noi . aa pr? rib? ?? by th? ? orni <,llil. DEAD AXD MAX MISSISO. TRAOEDT IN LINCOLN, VT., DISCOVERED BT THE VICTIM'S BROTHER RUI ind, Vt., AUg. 15 I>ora G. Cushmsn, fifteen years old, daughter of Dr, A, 3. Cushman, "f Lin? ? mountain town in Addlson County, a is found dead In a pasture near her father's house this morning, ??:..! It la believed she ?\a:- murdered. Bhe lefl home to pick bla kberries yesterdaj Alarm wa? given il nlghl liecaus. she did noi return, ? ??: ? ? p ?- ? -??ar : .? foi lar oll Her body was found bj her hrother ?hl?? tu : Circum incea direct suspicion ?.? Sn,.iii Davis, a ? n an ?? ho had ? ild her nttenl Ion Davis fled and la thought to have passed through Kui land lisi nigh??. IO USED M Ml IXG Ills WIFE. A MISHAP THAT l:i:st l.Tl'l. BERIOl'SLT POR ? NEW-TORK riREMAN. Pougbkeepele, N Y. Aug, IS Thomas Barrett, a membei ? .' tie Sen ?.,t? Pire Department, and hia wlf? irei , ? ndin ? a va p al Dover ? ? ?? Friday ??????. while !.. - :.-.,. . ? ? [?? ns luajht fire, and ..? Harret I u ? burned that .ns condition is considered critical He wi- removed to his home In Ne? "i..rk. .Mi? lla; reti M a - nut BerlOUSl) I?'.' '.? I RfJIfl ? ? /:i l FALLIXG I'll ? E OF CORXICE. I..an? Kourlel, nine yian old, narrowly ei ii.??? ii death ;. ? s-1 ? -1 < ;., > aftern.? bj the falling of ? piece .f th.mice from ihe r???>f at No ??? Eus Beventy-thlrd-st as he was passing thi In Th?? p|i ' ,,t long md ..f p ? ' ??; iied the boy'a h? ad a .?M it feil. I 11.? ?Aa* removed to tli- ??? st.vi. rl.m Ho?pltal ariti . scalp u a-nd .uni leverai contusions of tin? FOUXD PARTIALLY ASPBYXtATED. Charles lllldreih thlrtj two years old, a news pap?r man. wai found partially asphyxiated In the kitchen of ?.?? apartments, -?t Ne lOfl W ?I ? red 1 hlrt y -f ou r l h -s t., y es t erd n ??? H? Uvea st lhal ? laee erlth Ml? ? Ida III ais slater and housekeeper li ?- though! tu t h? leeld ntall) op. ne.? t h., l-.i? snd ari asleep m ?.? chair was overcome ??? w u ri moved io tti" Manhattan II.?.-pn.il In an uncon sclous condition. BET ON EIRE BY LIO H TN INO. A CONFLAGRATION IN BAI/TIMOR.: CAVSMB DAMAGE OF ItMAM. Baltimore. Aug. 1.".?The large saw and pian? ini? mills of the Tunis Lumber Company, at the fool of Boston-st., on the water-fiont. were de? stroyed by fir?? to-night. Tho structure was ?et on tit?? by u bolt of lightning, :m<i the confinera* tlon was only subdued after It had wrought ?damage to n,,. extent of si'.imi.ooo. The properties burned and the estimated dam? ng?? to ?each were given as follow?; Tunis Lum? ber Company's mills and piers, wlih 7,000,000 feet "f lumber. Sol '? i.< ? ? ? ; ?. Clay Tunis'* house la,:it Wanderer, valued al $'J,???00; Thom<M Mc? Cosker's drydock and wharf, $23,000; !? w. Bramble's schooner Cadet, ?15,000; the Voting Licorice Company's Btorehouse and sumac shad, f?52."?,000, As far as could be ascertained to-night all damage la fully covered by insurance. TWO s \\ Eh FROM DROWNING. A V'.i'.V?; KAN AND A TOUNQ WOMAN RBgCCED AT ?'. '!.[> BPRINO HARBOR There ? am?? near ?being ? double drowning ac? rili.-nt at Cold Spring Harbor yesterday. Had 11 not been for the coolness of one of those in ' danger, the fatality would hav.tcurred. Miss laabell K. Hub bins..? and Franklin Burdette, both New-Yorkers, spending the summer at th? Qlenada House, were bathing with other guests of the hotel, when they went oui too far, gnd '"??" re they could retrace their steps they noun? ' dered Into a da ?? hole. They fought against the cum nt which was setting out toward the ?Sound, : but were unable to make headway. Then Miss Hutchlnson beam.? exhaust.??!. she grabbed Mr. Burdette, and he, not being a good swimmer, ; had considerable trouble in ?keeping his ?oui? panlon afloat In the mean time a boat, manned by three guests of th.? hotel, put .?ut to the aid of the couple. Th?? men had never rowed together be fore, and their unsteadiness allowed the boat te swing around between two waves an?l it was Upset, thr?.wing the three men into the water. Cai tain Edgar Shadbolt als,? put out in a boat ?md reached the drowning couple. Captain Shadboll caught !????<1 of Miss Hutchlnson and r II??? ' d the exhausted man .?f his burden, which would has?? cost his life In a few minut?-s more. Miss Hutchlnson was lifted Into the boat and Mr. Burdette hung t?> th?? stern and was thus towed ashore. l?r. Bhaw worked over the young woman for an hour before she began to revive. She is now out of danger. Mr Burdette has also recovered. DIED PROM EATING CUCUMBER8. A MOUNT Vi:r.N?>\ aiRL'g PONDNVM F<?R VEO BTARUCg KK.SI'l.TS FATA! .I.V. Within an hour after eating breakfast yesterday morning, Miss ?'arrie Taylor, tlft.-rn year? old. a stepdaughter of Qeorgs Van Dot Ro.-f, of Mon? ro.'-sr.. Mount Vcrnnn, was suddenly taken ill. Before medical aid arrived the girl ?lied, in great agony. Tha sriri irai fond of vegetable?, ?ml while help? ing to pr.|.,r.? the family breakfast she dis? covered a diali of cucumtsera in the ?,-ehox. She thousrht the cucumbers would be good for hre.ik fgst, so she placed them upon th?? table. Th" girl ate heartily ol th?? cucumbers, although nor pa? rents advisrd her not to do so. About twenty minutes after breakfast she eomplalned of pains In h t stoni ('?h. Her mother administered home ?r?arment, hut as the ^lr! grew won? the family physician was ?ent for. hut the girl was dead be for?? the d'.crnr arrived I?r? Nutting and Weiss performed an autopsy on th?> body, and found that death waa ?lue to ptomaine potronlng, can-ed by eating cucumbers. NARROWLY E8CAPED THE MORGEE. AN INFANT. APPARENTLY HEAP?, REPT'lRHn BT A RK-I.I.r'Vt F PHTSICIAN. What seemed to he the lifeless body of a month old f?male child was carried Into Bellevue Hospital ? lay afternoon by Policeman 'Oakley, of the West One-hundred-and-twenty-flfth-at. station, who I rhe .h!td In Mornlngslde Drive, near One hundred-and-twentleth-at. At the hospital the in? fant was taken to Miss Jones, a nurse. She no? ticed thai the Child had no pulse and ?lid not breathe. The tiny liarais and feet were blue. rhlllp M? nz, the r?'gistr:ir, was called, and he thought lhat the baby was dead. An attendant, however ?..id thai he was sure he saw one of the of ? ?? child quiver. Mr. Merts thereupon Immediately summoned I?r C. E. Noyton, arni a examination was made. At first the doctor thought lhat life was extinct, but after he had a .rk? I for an hour and a half the little one bejtan to show situs of life. The child was then taken to Ward No. II, Where artificial respiration wa? used, ami in a few hours ihe was full of life, Bhe Is now lying tn a small bed in Ward No. II in ? healthy condition. ?Sirs LIGHTNING CAUSED THE EIRE. A gBRVANTg VERglON Of THK ORIOIN of A SMAI.I. BLAZE IN HER ROOM A imall tir.?, which deatroyed e irpets and furni? ture te the valu?? of US, 1'Ck?? OUI 'ist night In a Iroom on the fourth fl ior of Milton Smitu's ? No. 41 Weil One-hundied-and-thlrtleth st The r ,,.?? la occuptod by Mary Nl servant j-rirl. nnd it was su?? who discovered the [fer itory is that ? flash of lightning ent? ? r?. 1 rh. blase. The police, on In? severai n igmi ? ta of burne l Ige of 'he room, tn 1 they ar.? of ? M - a irnlng ? me letti ? - - tloor. The I out, hut there wis nothing Or f| imea w? ra put ?>ut before ? .. y arri e !. ?? ? - EXCHANGED 8HOTS WITH A BURGLAR. AN ? ?'???'?. AITAI!'. IN IN \ It ?s"!'< >?-R \Tt<" ?F<' TP ?N OF BRO ?Kl.VN. A burglar entered the bouse of I. P. T. rVhribler. No, 27? Berkeley Plaire, Brooklyn, about 11:18 o'clo.-k ?ist nlghl and beg tn ransacking the lower part of igh the parlar he ?? ? over ? chair and awakened a son of Mr. ? - rlbler, arho was asleep In Ms room upstairs. The y,, u ? man went d iwnal ?1rs. and tiie burglar, on seeing him, fired ? revolver st him. The ball went through young gchrlbler'? nightshirt, but ?ill ? ? |ure him gchrlbler also had .? pistol, gnd re? turned the burglar*? Bn Each fired two shots. ? ? burglar eecaped through a window at - . ?,? the lions??. 1 I? in aristocratic one. and a policemen were detailed on th?? case, but at h?s; a o mu the burglar had not beea caught BEATEN BY ALLEGED FRIENDS. INJURIES ??'?'????? HY A TOVNO MAN HAT PROVE FATAI.. Arthur Keeeler, twenty yean ..id. of No, sii Beat ?Xlnth si a ? aeeauBed last nlghl In front of No, 149 ??:.??? ilouston-at. by two companion? and aeri . ,1 Ills arm was broken, an.l h<? has several eontueloi * on the head which, it l? feared, ? . iBalon of the brain. The alleged as ?allanta are Frank Pope, thirty-five yean old. of No ! Ill Fast HoUBtOn-at., and John l.on.-r?an. twenty-nine '.ars old, ol Nq M Orore-et. They ? li under erre?! al th.? Eldrldge-at. station. When tii?? assault was r? ? ? ? ? r t ? - ? i t?? the polle? Do? tivi l'ohei wa? aent OUI t.? arrest th.? two men. pope e-.i|.d b) running Into ti??? bull,lini? ?uni out over the roof, ind Lonergan also ?;.,t Ayy.?\ tempo rarllj The: were huh captured by patrolmen. When Detectivi Cohen returned to th?? ita tlon H pope he f?!i ex', .us? ,? overcome by ,? Dr. Davis, from Gouverneur Hospital. ; waa rs I and he ?oon brought him around. The , s otti, . WM Inforni??,I ?f Kessler*? aortons condition. FISE ON THE STEAMSHIP JAMESTOWN. \ Newport New?, Aug IS Tlie Old I??>mlnlon hip .lam.?town. Captain Huas, which was taking r, a general cargo al l'i.-r No, I. thi? -it>-. i , ? ? ?. p .u? :ir.? ihh morning. The Mum.??? were dli ven ! In the ? ?:???: ,.,.? .?t about ; 1:15 ?? ?-?? wa? ,tl on re ru. in:.? rhe ? ?- ? ????? ..-, ?re trie tit?? mad? nu, h la.iiv? ?i i'i,??.,? wa? Intense ,\ Uemnnl smeng the I a ? ai ..ilk?? I .1 . -??..? as |.,,??! I, a ,.? .,?.?,?? ,??,? eargo were only allghi'.y dainaacj. ; The J.i:iie.?iuwii pro OS ?li 1 un ner inn lins morning. KLONDIKE GOLD ROYALTY. TEN* PER CENT ON $G?00 ? WEEK AND 20 PER CENT ON MORE AI.TKRNATK ? I.AIMS RMBBTBD fXHU m < ItOWTf and heavy PBHAUITSS G?????????? rOS Tin: PVNISMMBWT "K TSSSPASSSM POSI SS ?if t n : : .?"i.i. < OMMONUONRR. Ottawa, Aug. UL? The regulations formulated by the Dominion Oovernnrnt, covering th?? col lection of a royalty on gold mined In the Yukon are published in "The OAd-l OAMtte" issued yesterday. They ars as follows: That upon all gold mined on the < l.ilnis referred to In the regulation for the government of ? la. ?-r mining along the Yukon River snd Ita tributarles .? loyalty of in per ..nt shall be :???????? and .?? ? elea by officers to be appointed for the puri....?, provided tri.? amount mined ind taken from s ??ingle claim do.s not exceed ISM per ?.????k. and in rase the amount min? .1 and tak? ? from an) III fit ...um exceeds UM per week there shall be levied and collected ii royalty ol IS pei cent upon the amount s.? taken oui up to MOO, and upon thi es? ?? ss or am..um ? ?????? from an) slngl. claim over $.'..?. p.-r week here shall Lu ? vied and collected s royalty ol 3U per cent, such royalty t.. form part of th?? consolidated revenue. mied for by the officers who collect th? sam? In lus ? our ?.?. Thai the tin.. . .,? ! ?.,.... ? ??. ,\? shall be colle te 1 an I tl - ??.,. 1?? -aille ?>,.,1| ,,.. ?,, ., Ide j ?or ?,, mad.? h) the <; . i e immlsslo ? ? it th? ')oid Commlssionei ; .? snd Ii ? It) to n,.?k. such tegulatlons ami r lies . ? ? ngly. That default in payment of su W) illy, if r.-m tlnu? <i f..r ?? p layi after notlc? , - ? 1 upon the eia m in respect ..? srhl h It .- demai ? '. or in the vicinity of ?u.-h claim, by th? Gold Com? mission? r ?? .-.:? agent anali be follow? ? ! y the -,n cellatloa of the ?-lalm. Ti.at any attempi to defraud the Crows bi win? holding any pari of the revenu? thus provld? '? I - by making false stai, men:? of the amount itk-n .? it may be punish.?.I I,y cai ? ? !n respect of which fraud or fais? ?? ment? have been committed bi m.i I??. bi ? thai In :? ;? I of facts as to su, .? fraud or falsi tat? netti ??.? rnti payment of royalty t>e leclslon of ? ? Oold Com? missioner shall be final. The regulations governing th-? disposal of piacer mining claims along the Yukon K!\er and Its tributaries are amer..1??1 s? that entry can only be granted for alternat?? claims, known as creek claims, bench claims bar diggings ir 1 dry diggings, and the Other alt.??? it - reserved for the Crown, t.. be disposed of by i?u\.lie auction or in su. h manner as may nn decided by the Minister of th- Interior The penalty for trespassing ..? a claim re. served for the Crown is the Immediate cancella? tlon by the o?d Commissioner of any entry or entries which the person trespassing may have obtained, whether by original entry or purchase, and th.- refusal by th?? ?; ii Commis? sioner to accept any application which th?? per? son trespassing may at ?my tir..?? make for claims, and. in addition t.. Bach penalty, the mounted police, upon a requisition from ?he Oold Commissioner, may tak?? the necessary Steps to eject the trespasser. The clause in the former ?'-gnlatl..ns providing that the discoverer of a new mine Is entitled to "bar diggings" 7.V) feet in length, has been amended so that the grant may a; ? ly to ?reek and river claims, instead of "bar diggings " - ? C.OLDSEEKERS SAIL F? ?R ALASKA NEARLY A THOUSAND MEN, with HORSEg, I""iS am? riiTKlT.s, i.kavi: VICTORIA Victoria, R c, Aug. IS.?-There were in Vle toria this morning cio.?e upon one thousand men of every class and fmm every part of the world, who were wildly anxious t>. g.-t started on the long trip to the new Eldorado. These men had tickets which ??ill carry them to Rfcagway ???, on the hlg collier Bristol or on th?? steamer Isl? ander, both of which sailed to-day Th? Pr. toi has been fitted with hunks and stalls for h.rses : from the bottom of her hold to the top of her ' cabin deck, and every bunk nnd ?tall Is occu? pied, nearly Ave hundred men going on the Bri?? ' tot, and Just as many horses and d"gs. Even I the big collier is filled up. the feed for these ani? mals and the outfits for th.? men taking up a ; great deal of space. The Islander has Just at, big a crowd, hut much of the space ,.n h? r Is taken up hy a con? tingent of mounted police, thi Ir h< re? ?, doga si I outfits. They realise that the) have a ?inter's trip before them before they reach Dawaon <';ty. and are taking ?logs and aleighs, Horses 'ill be taken as far as possible, and when tiiey are of no more use, will be kill d and us. d as food f"f dogs. A tew of th?? men are going up with the Idea of pur? basing cheap outfits from men who become discouraged ani turn back, but most of them are well provided and all are taking pack animals, they hiving in this respe.t taken the advice of men who went before and have written of the difficulty of securing animals or Indians to ??< k good? across the t'ii.-s W W. E. .'movali, of Ottawa, who was a member of the ?"anadian Boundary Survey, In Which capacity h- learned much about Alaska, left here on the Islander. Mr. Canovan is going to look over the ground for the Klondike i'la.er Mining and Pr apecting Coi i| si y, of Bi intTord and Paris, Ontario. This company will Bend out a large party In the spring t? prospect and i work claims In th? Canali m Yukon. ? t? rus i/ r ?: t \t s ? s ? ? < ; ? ? >, ; t t. ??!" WIND CAMS PROM ??????G?? DIRECTION! ?? t??? SAME timi: NarraKanset? Pier. R. !.. Aug. 13-Two terrific thundershowers met her I lay. snd the result was nearly a cyclone si ret Two yachts at anchor In the harbor wer? swept fr m th? Ir .inch??? .. tuo the I ?v ?'' oat came sah re The ? ? il blew from eaal .? 1 the Brest st the ??ame time A COUNTRY HOUSE DESTROYED, Newport, R. !.. Aug IS tgpec ill Newport wae visited at noon :? - lay by ? I moot severs , -? rma kn m ? In Lightning struck in st least ? ? ? a nani In the suburbs md th? e cf William 'I. Morrison, of New-York, |uet sci - line In Mid? ? TI la aras ? larg? a id ? ? ? unoccui led for several yean ind ed only a ?mall amouni if furniture. 1 imall at tirs:, bul s,.: ? . ! ! ?? Owing ? ? listane?? from ? hu? the imi lins ?va? - 1 bef. r.? tire apparatus could reae ? ? ? ? ne ? ?? iosa i? est im a tea at *?-? \?? ? ?,1 Chapel, in the cemetery, erected \ ? is! ? l mor.t, waa eleo struck, but v.- lout much damage. ? m I.I..' T s ?. KW S E t R ?? ?. R ?? ? ? ?. NARROW RSCAPR OF a \v<?ma\ unit.? pittino? AT A WINDOW. UTS. Elizabeth Hemmet, of N?. tXt \V. st S'xty aecond St.. had a narrow ? ?. ape fr.'tn being killed IBBI imht. She \yas sittlni?- at h? r Window cu the ? ? ?. '-floor fiat at G. ..'.lo? k wi. ? two I * crashed through the \?ir..l<??? scat ter Ins a shower of broken slasa over her. The bullets entered the window ,? few Inches ab<>\<? h> r head, and w.re burl? .1 In the celling. Mrs. H..minet ran Into the street, where she met Patrolman Dunham, to whom ?in- told of the shooting. The policeman Investigated ind found George H Smith, win. Hires nexi door to Mra Beaumet, nt No. 2W. stendine al the front ? or with .? G?????!????? in his hand Smith admitted that he had Bred his revolver t??. ? bui said he had fired it In the air to scare away some h.Mums who were in the neighborhood, Sn tl ? ? .ir r> 'Sted. I'Mtro'man I'unham said he saw no hoodlum? about the neighborhood last night. HOT B?ROLARS lEHEETED. Charta? Cuitan, eleven years std, snd Thomae Carberry, thirteen y.;irs old. \?.r.? eaughl la tlie office ol ?> fruit company, at Mo. ??t Weet-et., ;..?t nlghl with s valise tilled ??Ith brasa and bronae ornamente, and such other articles si they could c .m- nl.nt'.y rem. v.? The boya live with their par? ent? at No Ml W.st-st The) h..\.? :..?. n "?? ?:? ?! infoi?.?. Policeman Zimmerman t.???*. the boj ?> tb? ?'haras Street Station and they were ? ed In churn?? of ? ?Jerry Bgent. They ?;.ut..?.I enti il ?? to the building by forcing the acttttle In th.? roof with un Iron bar. A CARIE CAE MIEHAP. Maini?? Parley, twenty-four >??,??>? old. a ?>???.??? employed at No. 7s Kast Thirty -ninth ?t . was re moved to Mount Sinai Hospilal yest.rd.iy siiff. ring from sever?? bruise? on her head and bod) I a fell off a northbound Lesington-ave ? >M. .ar at : :n> o'clock last night. While the cai wa Is mo? tion sh?? attempted to step to the roadway belar reu SIMv-thlrd and Hlsiy-fourth st.? god f? II. Trie woman was picked up and sn ambulane? um? moned. Passengers on the car Bald the ?roman ilion?? ??as to blasas fee the accident, ind Patrol? man Wagner, who came t.? her aaeiai ince, <ie?-i.ied that he would not I?.? Justin. 1 in ??. ikl .? any ar? rests.