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BYr ,H I IP" "IF VOU SEE IT IN Hi fc 1 ? MW, C 9 f' 1 1 "IF YOU SEE IT IN I.H I t-T'S SO." tf 1' SBhSKSHSSSS r fT V IT'S so." H Vo"LLYin.-yor3M. NEW Y0RIC,"TnUKSDAY7AUGUST 27, 1891. 1'IUCE WO CENTO .1 TESTING 0U!l BIGGEST GUN. Tnr rnvrrr-iscn bteet. rifle tried AOAIX AT IHXDY1IOOIC The Powder "till Ilelow the Requirement, tjlvlae Velocity of Only , BOS Feet n. ttoeoad Instead o' 1,9B-A Incren of ta reet B"01"1' However, It. ..ill t ! ' Teat-Tha Olio 111. bled-Trlal of" th Twelve-lnch Mnrlnr. . r-hontwli'Incli built-up itcolrlfln wns tlrod Mir times restordar nlternoon ntSntidy Hook. ti u the lo.'ond severe test ot tho gun. und ,1, first public one. A largo party ot army ',. from Tort Wadswortb. Fort Hamilton, hi Governor's Islaml went over toieotha Jipsrloiotits as Capt. Ho.itii's.KitOi.ts.ontho l!"le Rtrnmcr Otduanca Tin) ob:e "' y,"'r lnr wn9 t0 tvsi tu0 -ulvlltT , Amer'ican-uudu towdor. TIio flrst test uvcral wo'k- ngo was for ihe sotno purpose. i,wjnfalluie. the powder railing far below At re lulrenents. .cstordny's tout resulted inthspowd.ro falling again andthocun bolus Smporatllr disabled. 'Iho troublo with the rowderUthiit it duos not glvo Butticlont ve locity' but tills ib a limit which can bo route dl(j American powder manufacturers nre bahl'ml turelcn onet becnuso thoy hoo novor bienreiuiltd to furnish powdor for such bit: mni th new stael rlilos. Yesterday's test. however, shows that thoy will le oaual to the intwrner. and will undoubtedly be nblo to hrclsh the ptopor article soon. Ihe powder which Is being tried comes from v.nilllofDiipont, It Is a slow brown powdtr. Tbeflr'.tssmplofnll ls3 feet a sucond short of th velocity reaulrement. 'I he powder mnkr nixoJ another lot at ouce. ElKhtoon hundred noundiofltworoeent to Pandy Hook to be testad. It arrived on Monday and was burnod In tho'blK nun renter day. It was an ImpiQVe msnt ol tovectr-throe foot per second ovortha flrstlot. Dnpontwlll co on raiklnu a now lo , and will continue dolnsso till he succeeds. He mustturotshiinarslole that, with a fullcliarco 0 HO pound', will lo a velocity of 1,1)73 feet jareeconJ. It isun p.xocnFlve oxpetlment for Cuiont. cb unsuccesslul tost costlnis him 'nrli'ir'ni Lexun nt 2 o'clooki-esterdtiy nn oirtioBUienl 1 not J.leut. W.V. OlDson. Itrr ot oillcerof tho !nlion. Tho blk'Kuii. B)Uuteion hmooI ciuilnao wlilch stniuia mi concrteoiind.iiUii. received tt l.uui-pmiiid cro ectll l.r-t. this was eliovod In fiom tuo Meeoli iiinc eot. i vw I bus ot nowdor. o.u'li wtliihln.' Ill) iniundi. eri' tucli pliiiod In tlio an. nd ilio broccli pluu was si rouoil intiKht. riils UP almii' live leet of epiuo botween the projectile mil tlio inwiier. i nu inmmr ia comirBsed in prmnis. with a hololntlio cou tr. One huiiuiil or rnnio nro piled up ty i hivnl and covered with n lanvn'J bnir. Tho Slametoi of hee i otvder bans u just a tri o lutlortliHn the di imotor ot the rauwle. 'inn flrst tiaie ot .ion pnumls. which opi-nml y-o-trdfiV s flriiii:. consisted ot li.UG'J prisms ill U" t IICP. fflin.i ti e breech pluc hart boon screwed In. ele trio wire-, wem nttiichcd to two liny vrlrei. which wero connooted with a small Ilro-Hdtiinir cd In ihu bruuch uf tin i uu unit which pro truded through the brooch plute. and overv tbluu was roiiyor Sercoant Johnson ilunn in hi, l nrnti-proof to toucn the olootrlc button. The Invited Riu'sti sc.uupeiod ntT i tho top of a ponder innKazlno. vvhoro they Rto.l with tt!r llDUers in tLelr oais. Thoy didn't hnvo to wait lone. ... Lieut Ulbsnn Knve Bercnnnt Johnson tho ilirnnl to illsclinrKn the piece. luMuuth a tonuue ot hro bolch.-ii from the mouth ot tho sun and tin1 earth trviuhli'il. Htme bnlls of liilo't bluck MiioWo tsmbl.d over each otln r in i!o!'ui oiiIii-Ioii, iif it tbey weio nil ti yiuir to rtain the proicutila Clouds ot tunokii hoeroil ill sroiind the 1.iH)fi poiimN of Inn till t truck Hie sand butts of the taieet Si0 runls anar. The pruircilloplouuhed Itswuy throuuli IheloiU'leet of earth, l.'iiv nu a lerlict tuiii.el. In ItslUirlit the projectile had passed throuch twolrslraujeslS-ireotnpiirt. Tuosofruinesiiro conntoted by elottriclty with the office, vvhoro Urn lloulanttor chronnciaph for measuring xfloc.tr is U lie I'lOi.'Otilo In passlnie throuuh the wire screens hicaJcs the circuit, ninl two iron rods (Jni frorh tlio riuitsaets supportinc triem. These rods or" murKed in their fall, and from turau itmrka L out. Glbsou computes Ihereloclty of the piojoctlle. Hheniha breech pluc was unscrevrod attor the illicharKo tne prexure uiuues. two small ropner dIuks wore removed and measurod. They showed a pressure of io.ihjO pounds to tti M.uiir Inch 'Iho velocity "f tlio pro i'ctlle was 1.17.1 feet per c-coih!. In the fltst U-t.wlth the same chare. 21 f:ni) pounds pros ur was obtained ami 1.47:1 feet olrlClty. Ihe pouilei lolt a tlilci; ellow deposit In the 'hamber of tho cun. That pu7led the odlcors. It was duo to nomclncr.'rilrntof the I owder, ttet said. After the truii had been thnrouKlily waihed out it wan InndeJ Kain. This time !bt oiiarce of powder was increased llfty rouods. Three lines containing 3,817 nrlsnis eie Putin the truii. Tno mu7lo of therrun wit ileprcBod too much fur the llrst shot, wh.eh caused tho projectile to strike the urnund about Km feet shqrt of the turcet nnd then pinuuh lis war to tho muhI butts. It was ratseit atilllo f'ir the sooond shot and the pro IMtl'e struck the spot it was aimed at. It also truck tho bido uf the further velocity measur ing Iramo. i auslni:! he rods to fall from tho magna s wrouu and to reKister too low. Ac conhne to tun measurement a veloclti of 1.018 feet por second was obtained nualnsi 1.631 n wttk or si auo. The prositnro was 24.CO rxiQBds. tin the prc Ions tot tho liriU-pnund ib'irge. caut.o.1 a prcssuie ot-4.00) pounds. Tne eun was loaded the third time with a 00-pound chatceol powder, or 4.:173 piisms. Ituaut oil with a tenlflc roar that larrert h man's who o srstem. Ono old aimr ollher who stood on the top of u stone wall said It Allocked him all over. Tho projoctilo htruck n prede csor burled in the gaud butts, nnd one of thera was split In two. Tho apparatus showed that a voir ctty of 1,700 feot hal boen obtn ned, a tain o i.u fet per second. Tho pressure was SOUikj pounds to the situate Inch, 1.200 pounds l'tithin ut the formor trial. It had Iihoii apparent .iltor the first shtit that the ronder would never do. tint It was decided to Ore the mm tld the cbarRo limit of 44i ' poui.ds vh reached. There vvus only ono I hot!t, und Capt. Heath decidod toflrotlils outto 'iho uuii was svyuni; nroiiml nu Iib enrlac- till Its lontc mu?7.1o pointed almost I ocoi utli. A ha?o huniz oyer tlm wiuer. hui it was not thick enouuh to pi event u pi-rson'u eeinir a nillo or two. rJeveral bits ocean stonm riwersstnnillniron t ithenorthwnid A small l"oti yacht was headed south Iimi yards or m to the lelti'f tho track of the projectile Its lilln were nil net audsoverul poopro could bo J on tb deck. He full clmiceof 440 pounds In 4,807 prisms at rammod in behind the I.ODD-pound Ir n SrojectlK nud the i utty sot on a sand hill. w.'t. Huath looked over the kuu bnrrol torouirhapalrol towerful tlasses to be huio fiat notbltiB was In iho way. T u gun was ad ipited so that the piojoctlle would strike tho water about half a mile Irom land, lverv podv had his eyes llxcd on tlio aoll f'M to fee how tho occupants would jane the exhibition. A sea gull was soar EJ i .. 'luaitor of a mile away, nppurontly Jalha track of tho shot. Thera wore a few "con Is of suspense nud then cnnmtbodl fnarst. The report seemed to come In tolays I'" uenv-r thunder. Onoe. twke. thiee times came tho awiul roar before the projoctl o trurk the water. With the llret ono the sen till, which hune suspended on Its vvlnus, Jropredaslf It had been hit. Down It cams lose in the water, apparently helpless. It ro. pvered Itself, however, and touan to flap lis wings. nl en almost abreast of the little sloop, but liVif" hundred yardB to the rlKht. the pro jectile struck the sea. Jt ennt-ed a tnur spout toihoot up lully fifty f-U From tho shore tho JJlurun of wuter looked to bo twontr-flva 'tin dlnmeter. It rne nnd fell with a roar "tcouldbe he.inl plainly on shoie. lliilt a wnefrora tho snot whore the ptoieotllo entered "ewnter It came out again, skipping iiloni: X'mliwi in I sendlitK hhotvoreot spray iu "l directions Then It disappeared. .."(tntlme there appesred to be a panic on 1.' I? '.?' Di . ' ,ie h0ft' swung completely round "lithe wheel hud been abandoned, nnd oil MCsr.1 appeared to bo in a bunch on the deck. ,W' ""on leouyeted, however, and resumed uoir course, .When the.mcn tried to unscrew the brooch gws after this shut ibey couldn't do ko. Tim ISJvJ n 8t n,lR called und expressed tho t In t? 'hit one ot tho In-ldo ccars was broken. .nwllnece.tate takincott tho heavy steel "'Ui plate to repair Iho daruaee. It will ro t,?i; "vrnl dus to do this. Meantlimi tho ''t'lnia Is unknown, us the pressure gniteea cjnr.ot to Bot at. 'l1i velocity attained, how. 't beio8 "8t pr second' aBulnBt l'7ua t Pv' twelve-lneh steel mortar which Si?, .ut u,,')it the same time with the gun. was liSn ir "'? llrst time yesterday also. It had rn., ''iao !' 9n B temporuiy crndl nnd wasn't y,'''l ,4- chained down. Sixty pounds of pow gsrcauidl I, to lick itself olf in the Hand a uo inloMawiiy. who o it i.ovv llos. It will , jVi,ViVnr',1ill,Rt,Jm'lt In position ncntn. I FS?il?.hurfc,,B' l",uu dav forlts thoiouch test. a.f ii" ITOjrtllos of 1.0D ) pounds enoh will tlcl!f a ft001 plat0 nrmor oiuUt Inches J SnwrATfT AT.nHIlT.SOX RXOXCnATED. I 1'lsnno AOmlle That Kestrphrino Prampted II Im to Mali' the (Jtniixe uf Rnbtterv. Pereeant Charlos Ij. Allerlson of tho l'rlnca ttroot pollco station hns boon dolnp; sotno da toctlvo work on his own hook this week. Itnf- I faolo 1'lsano, nn Italian shoemaker. 24 Grand stioot, complained nt l'ollco llondiiunrtcrB latt Batuulay that I'ollcomnit Ilrovvn of tho Trlnce street station had clubbed lilm brutnlly on Satunlay mornlnu between 12 nnd 1 o'clock, nnd had thon takon hint to tliostntlon house, wlioro JSorKonnt Albcrtson and 1'olleeiiian Ilrovvn robbed hlmof "!0 that was In his nock otbook and font him homo. Korcoaiit Atbort'oti'e roputatlon n nn officer hns Icon cood, and un Monday morning when ho was summoned befaro luspoctor Wlllluma it took him veiy few inlnutosto clonr lilmselt of thlsnccusntlon. That did not satisfy rer. ccant Alliettson.hnwevor.forhohn Idlscovorod onouch to give him n clue to n conspiracy against him that had ropultnl in tho charge, lie went out and hustled tor more evidence;, nnd yoiterdny ho had Kuffnolo I'lsano and Ills friend Murtn Desteultnnn hold Ir. tr"0 bnll ench nt tho JclTorsou Mitkot 1'nllce Court, Mary Dudloy. a lotorod woman, wits hold In t2 000onthn chares ot robbing l'iano. nnd -Minnie hmltli, awltness, was sent to the House of Uetotitlon. l'lsntto's Nlorv nt tho assault und robbery ut tho station house was that utter llrnwn hod searehed him Hurgennt Albertson said: "If you hnvegotSSvvenllldischuruovou." I'lsnno suss ho envo Drown his pneketbook containing till, nnd lltown hauded the pockolbuuk to the tiorgennt. When the poeketbook was re turned to him the t3i) was missing. At the time 1'lFnno was tiiouht to the sta tion house, how -ver, Sergeunt Albertson was sitting on the stops talking to Dr. Itoboit .). Harry, who lias recently litilshod his term n , house rurcHDii ut bt. Vincent's Hospital. I Olllcers Joseph Urown a.nd Oeorgn r. L'onbov hnd chatiio of 1'lsano, who was Intoxicated nnd cut ou tho bend, l'inano was taken Into the station house, and Dr. Barry said that hi wonnd whs slight, horgennt Albertson directed thedootmnn.t hnilesOallsgher.tn show 1'lsano where hu vou'd wash otT the blood. 1'lsano was not so much Intoxicated but that lie could , takecnieot himself, ana t-ergeAM Albeitson nsked I'ollcemnn Drown to take him home, i Uruvvp's tio.it vvns mar l'ipnno's house. Tl-nno hnd no monoy when ho came to the station house. t?orgeant Albertson discovered thnt at 0 o'clock on I'ridav night 1 lsnnn had gone with Mamlo Smith of l'.W fcouth l'iilh avenue to tho rooms of n colored woman. Jlarv Dudley, on tho third do a- of 200 haitth fifth avenue. Vlano stayed there until 12 30, when he went ' to Ihomii" Harnett'- saloon at .14 tlrnnd street nnd ordered drliks Tor himself and two friends. When ho came to pay for them he foiinil thnt ho had only ." cents In his pocket. Tho barkeeper put him out of the saloon nnd . x'lsnnn tried B-verul times to return. There was n hydrant In front ot the siloon, nnd It Is said thnt 1'lsano fell jgalnst this and cut his ueaa . , "llsino confessed to me." said Sergeant Alborison sesterday, "that this man Marta I)rtppliano, lmd ured him to cook up the coinpl..lnl. He said that he met I estephnno. who lives nt .Mil1, Droonie stroot. In a saloon nt M Pulllvnn street on Saturday morning . Dcstephano tonk him to 1'nlti a lUadiiUBrtere to. i nko the complaint, luul they supposed that 1 would give them money to withdraw it. lissni) s.ild that Destcphnno was to retelvo Jin of this monoy. Desteptiano tried to got on the pi llco foree n veer ago. nnd I found out some things nlioti' him that I put In my report on his application when It was asked for. Mamie Smith aHo contested that Mary Dudley I had given hei S nn hnr after lisnno lelt her ' rooms as het shnraof tho money that hnd been taken from risnno's pockets. This moner. she says, was given to her at 41 Thompaou street." XAXr ACTORS COMIX a. lira T.antctry nnit Rrnet Poienrt nre Amom the Number Theatrical Ooealp. Marcus D. Mayor nnd Frank Sanger returned to Now York yesterday on the City of New York, and both of ibotn wero full ot promises fur the coming season. Mr. Mayer hasn't st l'attl on his list, but ho has a good deal to say nl,out tho leasons why sho Is not going to sing under his management. He brings back with him a number of tsle giamaand leltors, however, that indicate th'vt ntonetimo sho was ready to sign with him. Mr. MaiersayB that when he saw Mr. Abbey's letter, threatening a lawsuit If Tattl dtdnH keen ber compact with -him, ha released bar from all obligations. Mr. Mayer did this after he had consulted his lawyers and found that a legal fight with Mr. Abbeyln the English courts about Pattl's encngoment would ba long and expensive. " Itulher than submit P.atti to any such nn noyimro or pur nusoltto the trouPle of ulaw- I eult I roleasod her." Mr. M.ier liar, a number of attractions for I this coining oaon. howevor. Miss Agnes i Huntington Is one of them, and sho Is ex I rocted to arrive In Kowlork on bent. 2. Mia I will open In llnltlmoro In l'lonquette's opera. "Cnptaln Tlieiese" nnd after a short engago nu nt she will coma to ie.v fjrk. I'nuny Davenport, under Mr. Mayer's man oiremeiit. will opon In Hi. Louis In tho latter part of September in "Cleopatra." lronibt. otiln she goes to the l'aclllo slope, and In i Jnnuniy slio will return to .Newlork. Mib llemard Deere is nlso coming over to piny un . der .Mr. Mayer's mauiBement. 1 Frank Snuger was full of his big Internatlnn I nl thoatriial pnrlnorshlp. He completed nr ratiKoments with L'hnrl Atudof the Gaiety Theatre In London nnd Willi im Urueu of tha 1'rlnce of Wales Thoatro by which they are to renrosent hltu In london. Mi. Kai'ger has secured John F. Sborldan. who Is now playing his now fnrco rnmody, "Mn. Ilrldget o'llrlen. I'eii.." In Austialla. Mr. .-hnrldan iH coming hero lor tho season of 1132-lMt.i. Mr. bnngcr hIbo urlnge dock tho Interesting bit of gossip, that Mr Augustus Hnrris will pro'iucn ' Mr. rotter of Texas" In the Drury i.ano Thoutio Mr. Bangor s"cured nn option on a spo tnele that lsn w being pi odueed In l'nrls. It Is tho work ot Jules erno and D'Lnnery unu Mr. .-nngor expects to produce 1, In -Sew lurk und Chicago in lkU2. William fi Hnydcn.who Is Stuart llobson'a rnanagor. was also n passnnger on the I Ity of S'evv Yoi k. Ho Is going to bring Krnst i'ossnrt over horn Intictohor lor ft two yonis'ai Knen inent. He will upi ear In "King Loin," "Itlch nrii III.'" llam'ei,"and"bhylook." Miss May Waldron was nnothor pasFonger on this etenni'-r. bhe I rlnirs back a lot of dresses from lMrls. truncls Wilson's man ner, Al Cunby, was also on tho City of jNew I in the Steamship Wisconsin, that iirrlvod yesterday, wor. Aunt Louisa I Idrldge, Hmlly hol'lene. nml T I irw, nn Lngll h actor. Joseph heynohls was on the city of New York, nnd he says that ho Is going to bring Mrs. Langtry over heioin Jnnunr. CAPJ. WOODSICK HTtUKKS HACK. He Accused Ills lVlfe or Arceptlns; the Attention or Ills Sfnlile ltoi'. Justice Ilartlatt, In tha Supreme Court, Ilrooklvn, bus ginnted Delia I. Woodilok JI2 a week alimony and slGO counsel fee In her suit for separation lioru Capt. W. Woodrlck of the steamship Carneus, and has also decided that the suit must be tried In Queons county. Capt. Wood risk not only denied nil tha allegations ot 111 treatment, but ho accused bis wlfooflnll dellty with Alexander Phillips, his lH-yeai-obl table boy, nud has asked for an absolute divorce. i he eouplo have been married seven years, rapt Woodrlck Is 47 and Ills wife 1h 20. Mrs. Woodrlck sus that the alleged III trntment began soon after their marriage, and that her husband'-nriBoverniiblo tompor nnd jealousy wi manifested after his return fiom Ills booth American voyagoa. bhe denies his charges. WHO WAS DKXX13 CltO.IBYT A Htrxnerr tVllh mtl. In HI I'ocUete Kill lllraselr lu u Went rslrrrt Hotel. 7 ho dead bedy of Dennis Crf shy, supposed to bo n sailor, 4.1 )oars old, was found lu his room at 20(leat street nn Tuesday. Death wns caused by iisphyxlatlon, Tho gas was turned on and the window and the door wero tightly closed. After the body had boon removed to the Morgue S4-33 In bills wero found in the olothlug, nnd ii was found lu the room at the hotel. .No ono called to claim the body, and It is supposed that Crosby was n stranger In tho city, Huwubuwati about 43 yosrs old, and & fretd inches in height. HU eve- wero blue, nnd his hair and luoustnebn reddish, tinged with gray. He hnd naturalization papers on his i oi sou showing that lie was a native of Ireland. the Jrlnklne water and Ice used at the Hurray III I llolelsnj I lata lintel Arw ork. are taporiinl ami frozen on trie reniUee ami ctNWcd to ae Hi purity ty l'i. Cliaa. f. Chaudler, 4lu TITEIR NIGHT OF TERROR. 11EX11T MlT.LEIi'S OXBKAVaitT OX HIS irira axd iieh motiteii. lie Shot Ills Wife Four limes, Tried to Kill Her Mather rnr Intcrferlnc. and Then Sent Tno nutlets Into Ills Temple nnd Two Mora Iutn III Mouth fleonae Mm. Miller Reruaed to Live Willi Itlm. On Tuesday night a young man wnlkod from Oieat Neck, L. I., to I'lattsdale. a hnlf-dcsorled village, fit e mllos away, to shoot his wife. His camo is Henry Miller nnd ho Is 23 years old. Ho Is n carpenter, nnd was married four yonrs ago. His wife Is n tow months older than he. nor maiden name was Christina Kelson. Whon they wero mnrrlod thoy went to Hvo In riuthlng. Bho wns n devolod wife, blind to nil hoi husband's faults until ha opened hor eyos. Ono day ho said ho did not care to work any longor, and wantod- hor to support him lor a change. From that moment all penca wns driven front their homo, nnd for three years their mnrrlod llfo was a long serlos of quarrels. To satisfy him sho obtained a position as servant In a neighbor's family, and bought him clothes and rum. When hor baby was born she ro turned to her husband. Miller Is toll and powerfully built for Mb age. whllo hi wife Is a llttlo woman and Wenk. Ho ot'en struck her, but she never murmured, Abusoand hnrsh words camo as regularly ns tho day, nnd she nover minded them. Hut ope day In June, through his cruelty, tha bib7 died, nnd whon they had burled it In the churchyard In the woods sho left him. Hhe went to her mother's houso In riattsdale nnd took nil her 1 elonglncs with her. "Mnmmn." she said. "Fvo left Henry for good. It was hit fault that baby died. I'm going to stay with you." Her husband tried lepeatedly to pet her back, boveral months ago ho went to live with his half brother. William Mahau, near Great Nock.and then his visits became mora freouent On Sunday hooalled and had a pleasant talk will ?it;y. On Monday night he earn e again nn', egged h-r to live with hlra. She relused. HeWs'.eaull tho next day lu blooding ovor what he railed his IroubleB (Hi Tuesday atternoon he bought n revolver and box of cartridges, and Tuesday evening found him on his way to his wile house, with the intention ol killing her 1 It was aitnr H o'clock when he nrrlvcn at th houso. The place was ilark. as Mrs. Nelson and her dnueutm had retired. He knocked atnlTinv opened the window. "t'.imii cloven hero." ho said. I've got soma nice banana for you." Tiny told Henry that It was too late for her to come down. lleftkedher "Will you come and live with me?' ' No. Henri." she said. "I've told you that onro nnd for all." , i hen she shut the window. A moment later them was a crash that shook tho whole house, and Mrs. Nelson beard n heavy trumplnir In tho loom beluw. llonry had burs open tho kitchen door and was mnklngfor the stairway. 'J he two wotin n ru-hed troni their loom. Henry camo bounding up tho stairs, solzod his vvHe h th throat, and shouted: " Now, you ve got to come with me." At the kame time ho begnn to drag hor down Bt.i rs. Mrs. Nelson sprni g fornar.l to Inter Iro whereupon Henry drew his revolver, held it within a f nt of her head, und llrod. The bul let glincul ofT without Intllctlng nnyberlnus Injury, lint tho shock threw her down. Then Henry ciled In his wife s eur: "N'owi'm toiugto kill )ou kill you, do you understand''" He dr.iuged her down the stairs clutching bor throut with his left hand, while with tho right bo Ilred ihiee shots Into her face. Uno bullet struck her In the temple, one at the base of the nose, and the other went through tho right cheek, 'the stair- are narrow, and as he dragged hor heail flrt her body was covered with bruises At the foot of the stairs he lifted her from the II nr and struck her bond against tho door. Then ho lot her fall and walked un stairs Mia rose nnd climbed through ona of the windows into the yard. Henry came clown presently, missed her. rnn In pursuit, and when ho overtook her he kicked her unmerci fully. She moaned faintly. "Henry. I'm dying" "Well, then I'll hang for you!" was the answer At that moment Mrs. Nelson, who had recov ered her senses, opened a window and screamed to the night air: "Murdorl murder! Henry Miller Is murder ing us1" Henry ran hack to the house, revolver In band and Tiny crawled Into a neighboring cornfield. Alter about ten minutes she heard her husband tramping tiirnugb the corn, swearing fiercely and calling her by name. Every bound was hushed and then she fainted. Mrs. N'el-.on snt trembling In her room, afraid to leave It or to cry out. for sho had beard her son-in-law return, trying to find her. Two hours after all this Mis. Nelson heard a faint Bound at the door. Cautiously ooening tho window she peered out. nnd saw hor daugh ter prostrate on tha iloorstep. In a Hash she was beside her. and a few min utes afterward Tlnv was in her bed. Mrs. Nel son vv ont for a neighbor, who lived too far awny for auy sounds fioin hor house to reach him and sent for the doctor. '1 hn doctor enma and extracted two of the bullets. The one lu tha temple he said hn would p'Ohe lor to-day. Tiny, he says, will live. Meantlmo Henry walked along ihe rond to Great Neck, thinking over what he hnd done. Ho enme to a milestone and sat down to think it out. ns ha said yestordny. Ho deeldod that it he went home he would bo arrested for murder, ltnther than thnt he would take his own life. So ho drew ut the dlcharged shells, reloaded the re volver, ami urtu two tsuuia iniu uis luinpio unu two Into his mouth. He fell over In the rond uiu'onscloui. How long ho lay there ho does notknow, but a llttlo niter midnight he staggered tri to his broth er's houso. knockod loudly nt the door, nnd thon became unconscious niraln. His hroiier found him there and carried him upstairs to bed. Two physicians were summoned. They snld that Miller was dying nnd sent for thn Coroner. When Coronor bchenck arrived Henry mnde nn nntn-mnrtt.ni statement in which ha told bow ha had shot himself. A COVXT THE CO-UESl'OXDEXT. Joseph Tlvrnnrtl, Who Murrleil nn Actrcsa, Now Wiiutt u Illvnrrr. Joseph Bornntd tho wealthy dealer In es sontlal oils at 22-J Pearl street. Is sooklug a divorce Irom hi young nnd handsome wlfo, Leah, on tho only grounds rocognlred In this htate. Mrs. liernnrd wns nn actress, and was born In Cuba. Mr. Deinard became Infatuated with her whilo sho was performing lu this city, and they wore mnrrlod in Juno, 185, Blneo the marriage Mrs, IJernard has spent much of ber time In Paris, whore here hus band, who Is now nn Amorican citizen, was born. Accoidlng to tha complaint uf Mr. liernnrd, bis wife was Intimate with the Count tie Doauflla and Chnrlcs Provost In Paris In July last. . ... .. , . Mr. Bernard and his wlfo bnd qunrrellod about n year bolore this, nnd separated, but they hud become reconciled and lived togother again Her brother-in-law bad written to Mr. liernnrd. telling him that his wlfo had bobaved Improperly with several mon at the Hotel Terminus. She was put under survoillanco. nnd hor husband claims that ho discovered enough to wnrrnut him in procuring a divorce. Ha lmmedlstely out off her allowanoe, and alio returned to New v,ork. Mrs. IJernard says sho can dis prove the charges. hhe saia she bad, through a Parisian lawyer, sued for separation from ber hus band because of non-support severe) mr.nths before bo applied for divorce. In tho Supremo Court yesterday, befoie Judge Patterson, ber oeutiHel, Howe iV Hummel, abked for alimony uml counsel fees. In uidor. however, to allow Mr. Bernard to prone. nt nlUdavlts which me now on their way from l'nris Judge Patterson granted the ap plication of Mi. Hei natd's lawyers. the Coudert Druthers, fur an adjournmentof the motion for alimony until Woduesduy next. One of the Elnploic Brothers t'aasib. Charles Freeman, onaol the principals In tha double elopement from Port Jofferson two weeks ggo, was art ested In Stony Ilrook last night on a warrant Issued by Justice Poter iiiiiii, ond was locked up. He Is a-cused of ubninlonlni-' his wlfo nnd family. The i rlsoner eloped with Mrs. Sylvester Hkldraore Ills biothor Nathan run away with Mrs. William son. Mrs. Bkldmnre'a mothar. Thoy all went to Connecticut together. Jt la thought Charles 1'reouian returned to Long Island (or tho pur . pose ol carrylug oil his young son, AX AT.T.TAXrE riST FIOUT. T.ectnrer McAllister U IWpetled, a'ad He Vlimmele r. Mncline. DunAST, Miss., Aug. 2C This town Is nil excitement. A list light ocourrod In tho o flics of tho West Houso horo to-night, between tho ' Hon. W. S. McAllister nnd Dr. C.W. Mncuiie, ed Itorof iho 7iffonnf .lltinnr .'conomff of Wash ington, both of whom nrrlvod nn tho ovenlng train from Blnrkvllln, where thoyhnl been in attendance upon tho State Alliance meeting. Lecturer McAlllslor t-dny wat otelled by the Alliance bcniiBo ot hi opposition to tho Suli-Trensury Bchotno nnd ot exposure of tho nllocod olllelal corrup tion ot Dr. Macune. who had n great donl tn do with tho treatment meted out to Mr. McAllister, whispering It around thnt McAllis ter was bought up by Wall Btroot nud wns ex erting hlsinlltionco to destroy tho Alliance, In his toply to-day totho nrttelcnof impenoh ment Mr. Mc.lllter 6ald that Dr. Macune sold out to Put Calhoun Inst year In tho Georgia b'ennto contostfiir.''HO.nnd that Mneuno had robbodtho Toxos Alliance of 1 10 000 or more w hlle manager of the TeXas Alliance Kxchnugc. On the ttnln this evening from Starkvllle a frlond questioned Dr. Macune about Locturer McAllister's charges against him, to which Dr. Macune replied. "If ho snys I Bold out to Pat Calhoun hn has lted." This toadied McAllister just before reaching hero, and upon mooting Dr. Mneuno McAllister said: "Dr. Macune, I ttnderstnnd you charged In tha Alliance nt Starkvllle that I was bought by Kastern capitalists to btcak up the Alli ance, and thnt you denounood rao this evening nsallnr?" Dr. Mneuno shook his head and walked off, toying: "I have nothing tosav to you. sir." MoAllistor movod around In front ot him, laying: "Damn you, you have got to meet the Issue you have rnlsed against mo with misguided Ignornuce." Dr. Macune replied: " What olse could I do but treat your state ments as I did'-" McAUUtsr like a flash struck Dr. Macune bo'weon the eyes, cuuslng him to stagger tovvntd tho lloor. When Macune began to ro covor McAllister squared himself and struck with all his powor, Then they dinohod. McAllister, recognlrlng the supo 1 ir stiength of his antagonist, wrenched loose and again struck Dr. Macuno. thlatlmoin the mouth, cnuslnt; him to fall. He was caught by tho hotel's proprlolor, J. C. Hill. Dr. Macune then placed his right hand on bis hip pocket as If to draw a pistol when Mo Allistor drew himselt up saving. "Now you let her go Onllagher." tho snnio time facing his antagunl-t. Dr. Macune then threw up his hands, say ing: " I nm done." Dr. Mocut o's fnco Is badly bruised. nits. oinr.uT haxts a vironcE. (Serious Chnrces A u"lnt ii Mim of ifc Former I'rrnldrttt ol the ev York fllltf. A motion was mode hoforo .Tust'co Patter son of the Supremo i ourt jo-terduy in behalf of Annio T. Glbert for counsel foe and alimony In her suit for separation from her husband. Audlnnt oibort. Audlnet Glbert. who was cmoylng n lnrge i Income, mnrrlod Iho plnintnlT, a beautiful wo- I man of good soelul standing, nt tho Church of St. Friv'K.is Aavier. In West blvjcoutn street, on oopt. 0. lBfs. Thoy made a number of tours togothor. and wore well rocolved In soci ety when they scttlod down to murltal lire lu tills city. Mr. GIbert's fathor, Frederick Glbort, was President, nt one time, of iho Now York Club. Tno defoud.irit's brother, Froder- ! let C. Gibert, had married a si-tor of tho plnlnlitT In tho present suit. ihe couple sepnrcto I on Nor. 1 1, ISSo. nnd ! nho wot ttullvoiit Pari-, whore she has uutil 1 recently been mnlnluinod nv ber husband. I She assigns seveiai reasons for tholr sepa ration she s.iys that her hiisbanil sont her to I Paris, threatening thnt if she did not go he would leave her hero to her own rsourcus. I bhe sais he had bocome nddlcted to tho use ot I opium, ultec'aklng It In the form or huheesh. i and a so Indulged toofreelyln lluuors lie was. nlsoshesajB. nbiislvo. and at times violent. She di laies he Iiuh uu leligious principles or belief, She alleges that ns iar back a Is7'.i he told her that lie constat rod lidailty tn tho manlago lelntiuii nonsouso, nnd he thereupon made a propositi, that each should go hi way, but remain tho bis, ot fi lends, rlie tesontod his declaration, unit they continued to live to- '"'lu th'olntter part of 1SSI he told hor that If thoday ever came whon h b uldromlude she did not love him ho would lock her In n. room with himself and kill her by Indies, bhe lurthcr charges him wih conduct impossible to de-cribo In a newspaper. It aprenred that he formerly had nn Ineon-e of l5,dbU u year, uf his Income of Js.OUO nt tho time ot their separation be had given her S1.MJ0 per annum to maintain hor nt rails, In July. IBS'.), o reduced tho nllownnce to tS.POO, and Inst January ra.ulo it $J.7i)D It wnn fur ther reduced to $1,700. and ns tho prospects weie that it would contlnuo to dwindle, tho present suit was brought, hhe had rocolved nothing irom him since la-t Apr I. Mr. iT-nnklin iliu th tt appeared or tho plain tiff nnd Mr 1 M. Hhopanl fir the defendant. Mr. Miei iird contended that neither iillmony nor counsol fee should ho granted. Justice Patterson le-erved his doclslon. JVDOIS M'ADAJI'S HltlTH XOT OttETElt. The Mark" raiullv " tlio TVay Ilark to I'uitipe When the Wilt Weio Returned. When the writs ot hnbens cot pus (ot the pro duction ot Jacob Marks, his wile, nnd son were returnable bofoto Judge McAdum ot tho supo rlor Court nt noon yei-terdny thoy wore on tho high season tha Westernlaud on tholr wnj to Emmie. A motion to llx tho responsibility for thodlsregaid of the writ- will be argued be fore J ud go McAd im ti-moirow, 'ihey cumo over un tho satno vessol, but worn detained ut tlu linrge Ofllce on tho ground that they were likely to bocome public charges. Lawyer Michael V.. Goodhart obtaluo 1 writs of halrejsi orpus from Judge MeVcl.un resulting I their production in court. Tlio wilts wet a served on Collector Fassett. the Superintendent of Immigration, and the Captain ot tho steamor W'esternland. The impel Intenrtent made n return yesterdny to the writ, in which he denied thaiuilsdicilon of the htute courts becnuse tha Immlginnts had not been i ermltted to land. 'Ihe return of Colleetoi Fassott stated that lie had not re strained them. He nlso oonteudo I that under an act of Congress of .Mar h .i Inst, tho Collec toi Is rellovcd of respon-lhillty In such cases. Mr Goodhart snys ho Is doteimlned to sen that some ono Is puuhhed and that tho Immi grants aro returned toil ORAXOEItS TO TlllXIC OF. The Hon. Clianncey F. Illack Ace iimc .lotaa Wanunmker il Dobiiurhleiu Voter". CaTtMHLK, Pa, Aug. 2(1. This was one of the big days at the Grnngors' F.hlbltlon at W'll llameGrovo, and 20,000 peoplowoio prosent. The mooting wns opcm d by tho Hon, Leonard Miouo. who Introduced ex-Lleut.-dov. Chatin cey Dlaak as tho first speakor. Mr. Dint 1. spokn ot the rise and progress of tha Grange In this and other States, but his addtass was rualnly on tha new CunUltutlonal Convention. He said that net for tventy-flve years has Ponnsvlvanla hnd nn honest aloction. 'J ho po litical bosses are the muse ot it. "What we want." said Mr, Dlack. "Is a Ireo ballot, and It must come " He utged the adop tion of the Australian ballot sy-tera in this State, a In other Stales. Ha further spoke of the frauds perpetrated In Iudlnnn, und charged John Wanamaker with "debauch ing tha voters of the country," Aa to the new Constitutional Convention, he Bald that the bossos. corporations, the ring news, papers, are against tha pew Constitution. Ha referred to the liardslay steal In Philadelphia nud other frauds by high officials in power. He tvas loudly applauded. Threw Ammonia Into the Doe's Kiee, Justice Acknrman at Now Brighton, S. I,,yos terday lined Illehard J. Tbanaosn, a druggist nt Tompklnsvllle, til for throwing ammonia into the eves ol a valuable dog bclopgluc to W. J. Crowley. v I JOHN J. O'BRIEN'S SON SHOT. KiLT.nn AcointtXTALT.r nroxn ov nis iii.nr liiiEXvs. At the Medina: nrtbe Atlnatla Rod and Gnn tinb on Coney Islunfl iloaeph Cropnej't lun Went (10 Unexpectedly "nil Sent llotli ( hiirxe Into Mr. O'tlrlni'n lie ml. Tho regular monthly mooting of tho Atlantlo Hod nnd Gun Club nt tleu grounds Just outlde tho Brighton Ileaoh rnco track yostcrdaynltor- I noon endod tragically. Jooph O'Brien, son of , John J. O'llrlon, wlio till his rocant death vvns tho licptibllcnn lender in tho F.lghth district, wan klllod by tttio accidental dlschnrgo ot n shotgun. , I Tlio Atlantlo Bod and Otin Club Is composod mostly ot the oflkhls nnd business men of j Oravcsend. It meets on the last W'ednesdny of every month. Tvvonty members nssemblod nt tho grounds vosterdav. Among thoso who pnr- . tlclpntcd wero Justice of tho Poaoe Kennoth F. I Sutherland. Lx-Assnmblyman Charles J, Htirth, Klchnrd Dwyoi, and Under Shorlh' Hugh MaLaughlln. The mon passed nearly all the afternoon nt ' tho i cgular club match for tho Lngemnn I badge nnd Blondlu medal. The sport was I good, nnd evorybody enjoyed it. Mr. O'Brien wns especially choorful. After the club match n sweopstnkos was ar ranged. '1 hero wore twelve men enteted. Mr. O'Bilon nmong them. Ho hnd takou putt lu the regular club match, nnd. although an ex pert shot, had got In the fourth cl.-v-s. Ho at tributed this to his luok, uud at one time ra ni arkod: "Well, I'm In bad luck, but It's only for to dnv." The sweepstakes wn stnrtod by Mr Dwjer. Ho was followed by Under Sheriff McLaughlin. Mr. O'Brien vvns sitting inside of tho bounditiy lino tnlklug with btiyker S. Williamson, nnd Inspector James Cronsoy waslstuiidlngnbout six loot oir. Mr. Cropsey bal opened tho breeoh Ot his gun, to put In shells, ns It was his turn to shoot next. O'llrlen was sitting with his light side toward Cropsey. Mr. Williamson had turned his head. This motion saved bis life, for at thnt moment Cropsey clo-ed his gun. and li itantly it went off. -omllng both cliatges into Mr. O'Jtrieu'H head. Mr. O'llrlen's nuns dmpped limp nt his sides nnd n glance at him showed everybody present that ho was dend. The wholo lUiit side or his face was shot avvnv. He never movod attir tho gun was dls- chargod. Cronsoy dropped his gun. staggered over, nnd. throw lug his nrms about Williamson's neck exclaimed: "Mi God. Striker. I've killed Joe. Take mo avvnv." 1 Mr Willinmxon led htm from the grounds I nml down to tin. Police lleadutiatters. wheie ho stnreudoiud himself lu Chief Mclvuna. 1 The other men loomed to hnve been mado i frsutlc by tho nceblent. They weut about crv- lng and wringing their hands. I J)r. Hill, who wns ono of the mnrksmon, snw I that O'Brien had brton killed itistantls. und I loallred that ho could do nothing for hint. I Novei theloss. other doctors woie st ut lor. and Dr. Ward nrrlved n few raliiutos nt'oiward. I Nothing could be iluno except to send word to tho d"ad man's wlio and fnmilv. After Mr. Willlntnsou liu.l Inft Ciopsey nt Heailiitiniters hn walked down Sun nvonuo ami met O'ilr.un's wlto and children leturnlng from n din'-outing on th-i beaeh. lie told her that a seiioitH aid tout had hulallcu her husband, and she hurried homo, 'ill ore sho met .Mr. Kurlh, who icld her all. Joseph ii'Brlen was r, ysats old. Ho bought tho photographic bvl-iness of John Wood In the llovven nearly foui viarsngo lleraariied 1 u dnugtiter of ex-.Ju-tlco Jncoh l'ntiois. n and I ho lived on Honrv stioet. Coney Islnnd. Ills I death hns spread gloom nil ovor tho island. Inm odor Ciopsoy wns ono ot Mr O'Bilen's best friends nnd it I-lonred thnt the accident wli drlvn hi in Insane. Tho body wns taken to Silllwoll's tindeitnklnj establishment nt Gravosond to bo prepared foi burial. III3 SlSTEIt JtUT JIVE MILES AWAY, Xet Wllllnm H. Knight lmd hern I.nohlns for Her Tor Mnny Year. In lSin Wllllnm H George W.. Lmily. nnd Isnlella Knight lost tholr parents by denth In this city, and when the orphans wero takon by relatlvos they bocntne separated. William went to Michigan with nn undo. Georgo went to Livingston. X. J., and thn girls went into i different fnmllios of relatives In this city, 'ihe children grow up without henr ing cf o.ich other, except tbnt Wil liam, who hnd a deslro to reunite tho family lenrnelthat his brother was In New ark. Nmtl or of the bovs, however, could get any trace ol the two girls. After the vvar Wil liam went thi.. ugh the Smith ni.d op riion uf the West, senichlugfor hi slsteie. but found no trace ot them, llually ho soitled In Now- ark with his brother George, and learnod tha inn enter trade. Together thoy continued to search for the girls They mado Iritis to this c t, Boston. Philadelphia. Bultim re. and other places. Nearly twenty jeai ago they Bloppod their active hunting but kept up a inlet inquiry In many viny. Tbey llually gave up all hoi o of ever meeting their -Isters. A few weeks ago William lulvortl-cd In a Newark newspatu r for information of his Ms tor. A week lator ho lecalvoil a loiter from Mrs. (leoige II. Oshom of Irvlngtoti. a vlllxun but lour or live miles from Newaik. Sho ' prove I to be his sl-ter. She said Ihut for n nro than twenty venrs she had been looking for faor nrothsrs. While Wllllnm had lived In Ncvark twenty years, his sistor had lived In Irvlngtoti a year , longor. A pecullnr feature ol the affair Is that for years Knight's Ipmdy hna ueeti Usltlnwn near neighbor or Mis. O-born's In Irvlngton, but tho brotner nnd aister naver met. iiif.Y -lHir.n to imoirx him. When Murpllr IteTnsed the tSunc IO Cent Ttiey Threw lllm Into the ICIter. James Murphy, a ear driver on tho Second avenue road, live at a2! Las: Forty-eighth stioot, nnd la accustomed to goto the dock at tho foot of that street with his little dog toglvo i It a bath. As Murphv and tho dog wore stand ing on tho dock Tuosdny nflemoon Daniel MktSrathof SOI First avenuo and John Keely ol 4!U 1 Irst avenue came up and nsked Murphy for II) cents. Ivooly hud a tin pall and said he uimit.il to net beor. "I won't tlvo you a ro! co:it," repllod " Then we'll pitch you head, first Into tlie river, 'sold Melirath. Thon the joung men puslied Murphy tithe edge of tho dock, where Meiirnth shoved him Into tlio wntor. When they saw .Murphy climbing back upon the dock they liustlod up the stieet. Murphy told P. lloemnn Kein of tho Lnst Fitty-llrst street station, and ho arrested the young mou later In the day, lu the Yurkville Court yesterday morning they wore both held for trial for attompt ut larceny. Wllllnm II, Goodwin Held. William II Goodwin waa arraigned before Justice Hognn yestorday morning on the charge of stealing 14.000 worth of diamond lewolry from Miss Jennie Stlllwoll ot 225 West J orty-nlntli street. Miss stlllwell relused to press the charge, saying Goodwin was hor husband. .ludgn Hognn held Goodwin on complaint of Detective liiiyes. nnd pnroloj tho woman till to mot row. whon the examination will ba ro- Goodwin said ho was not a brother of tho onj who was ehot rocoutty. I lliuol.lyii's Window rJmasurr Aicala. I Tho window smasher In Brooklyn was mound nguin yestorday morning, and de stroyed a $160 plate-glass window In Optician Snxo's store at 200 Fulton street without at ' trading any observation. As tho smasher la believed to operate from a train on the Kings Counry 1 levtited Bullrond, tho police nnd rail road authorities ura making n joint Investiga tion. The plocssof coal used In eoine of tha nets Is like that In use on the Kings County rond, and this fait has raised tho suspicion that one or tho employees ot the roud is the guilty poison. Cnncht Kobblac a Flat, John Perkins, aged 21 years, ot 812 East Forty-third street broke Into the apartments ot Nathan Ilunhwell, at 143 Manhattan stroet, nn Tuesday, antfhad gathered up jewelry and Mlver vnluednt $100 when he was discovered by Annie Mcllrldo. a servnnt. lie Med to tho stroet with Annie after him, and was caught by Polleeiuuii Kilmurtlnof the West 125th street statb n. Jusllco Meade hold him In $.',uu) ball yesterdny for tilul. to to Nloitnra Fall and Return. or $13 remrntna via I nco lilandi. Select family e. cunton via Neir Vork ( entral. Avu. '-7, tull particulars vt any ticket aienl.-de, i ME. UOLUSlKll IX THE SURF. While Plnvlns HhnrU He Mistake Olrl' I.ei; for tbnt of n .Male I'rltnd. AstiuiiY Ptr.K. Aug. 2u.-Willlam A. Holllater of Troy Is stopping nt Dr. Siark's Hotol In Ocoan Grove, nnd la nttondlng the sorvlcesot tho Camp Meeting Assoclntlon with eaveral scratches on his fnco. Last week Mr. Holllstor took his first ocean hath. Ilo vvas with n party of triontls, nud ho thought tho bathing far surpassed n plungo lu tho wntor of tho Hudson nt IiIb nntlvo tdnco. Ho dlvod and swam, stooJ on his bend, and cut up othor unties In tho wntor. Suddenly tholdoostiuck lilm that Imcotildcrcnloasen Bntlon by playing slinrk with one of his friends. Whon thn noxt big roller enme in Mr. Holllstor took n header through It and sel?od what he thought vvns the leg of mi of Ills Iriends. Whon ihe leg wns wtonchod fronl IiIb grasp he caino up to emoy his sensation. He ill I not cnioy It so much as Ids ftlends did Hn had miscalculated tlm force of tho surf when ho mud Ids huador. and instond of grasping tho leg of one of his chums he had selo 1 tlio shapely limb of n pretty young woman. Ah ho cntno to tho top ot tint water the young woman was reudyto meet him. Mr. liollltni h stnllo turned to a look of horror, und be began uttering protuse apologies. , Tlio pretty young woman was muscular, nnd she wns frnntlo with In llgnntlon. bhe pafd no nttentlon to Sir. Holllster's npologles, but dashing nt him sho seiod him by the hnlr. nnd begnn him niching his fnco. iho npxt bleaker upset Mr. Holllstor and hlsehnrmlng assailant, nnd the Inttef was compelled to ro leaso her hold. The man from Troy mnde o break for tho bonch. whete he wns mot by some i I his Ineh'ls. Dr. Nichols Itxedup the cuts on his fnco. He hns not beoti lu the surf since. niton xixa accidexts. m ' Two lrl I.oe Thrlrl.lve at Nyack ond ' Two Slslere Drnnned In Alabama. NrtcK, Aug. 2fi MIbs BooOooko nnd Miss Sarah Harvent. each nbout 14 years of age. went In bathing In Iho Hudson Blvor nt Upper Nynck, a Rhort dlstanco from tho homo of Miss Sarvent. this aftornoon. Jnllt and Bortha Bombntil wero out In a boat crabhlug nt tha tlm. nnd whllo looking nt tho bathers they sow Miss Cooke suddenly sink out of sight. TheMlssos Bombard rowed ashore ond gnvo tho alnrm. John Voorhis, a boy, divou Into the water, but could not find the girl. Later the tmdr wax recovered. after It had been In ilio wn tor about llireo-utuitter of an hour The young lady's mother Is Mib. Kii'o Cool.o, thn widow or a former prlndinl of tho Nynck publio 1 school, and she Is grlof stricken ovor tho sad death or her daughter. Bun was a bright girl I ami a tavutfto vilth her oung companions DtiiMiM.iUM, Ala Aug 2il Two daughters 1 ot J. II. Mnirlson. ngd 17 nnd in lospectlvoly, this morning went to lllossburg, n mining tow u lltteen miles nwny, to visit tho tamllv ot Super intendent Tutwller and attend a tamllv plcnlo on Five-mile Creok. At fi o'clock Mr. Tutwller 1 was to join them nnd go in bnthlngwltb his I visitors. They grew Impatient waiting for him nnd persunrti d Mrs 1 utwiler to go In tho ercok at 4 o'clock The oldoi. Miss Hallle, i ventured beyond her depth. Tho younger I sls'or went to her r sftne. Tnoy seled each other nnd begun n struggle in which both went down. Asthe to-o Mrs. Tutwller rushed in. nnd 'lie. too, beeiimo involved in the struggle. Her little son shovel n rnll to his mother, by which she contrived to snvo herself. Thesis tors finally went down with aims around oacu other. the nv.Ait rnon the hariioe. An Oi Ntermnn nml n Weiiver Hi-owned Yes trrilu nml Another Due Idrntlfled. The mnn dressed In n rubber cont. whoa body was found In the slip nt Pior 27. North j Itlver. night bvforn la-t, wns Identified nt tho I Morgtio yesterday ns Jolin btinburg. allghtor miin. who worked on tho lightor Fisher aud boarded at 30 Columbia plnco. Ho was last pr-en nllvo on Sunday night, nnd ho was under the Inlluence nt liquor nt the time. Itobert ltobertson. an oystermnn. wnt drowned yesterday at Pier 5S. North Biver. His body was reeovctod. William Demuth. n weaver, who lived ot f!40 West lilst strret. was dtowned yostcrdaylu the Hudson nt 1'tSth stieet William De Muth. n German. 4R year! old. took his llve-year-old liov down lo the pier toot of Wot Iflsth streot yisterdav morning for nn airing. Theie h fell overboard. Tha screams ol his boy brought George Grenr. who man aged to get Do Muth ashore, but II !o was ex t'uot. , i he young woman who was found drownad nt the foot of West 110th stioot on Aug. 22. was identllltd yesterday at the Morgue as Mary Connors, 17)a-irs old. ot 132d street nnd old Broadway. She was n drossniBker. Sho drowned hetself on Aug. l'.l because her mother scolded her for stuylug out nights too Into. Ran Oitr by n Freight Train. James Buchanan, 27 yonrs old, of Dobhs Terry, was run ovor by n freight train of the Hudson Itlver Bsllrnnd at F.levehth avenuo nnd i hirtletli street Inst night. His skull was fractured, his right arm luoken. nnd his loft bnnd badly crushrd. Ho wns takon to the lloosevolt Hospital. The Wrutlirr. Yesterday oddAil another to ttie tons' Hit of tirtmld and. opprenlre daye of till month. Tlie humility reactied It. hlirliett point til per cent- at B I. vt hoMInt an av erage of Hi per cent, between- A. M. and a r. M. Cloudf anil .liowerr weatlier prevailed, with a freih northeast wind tarylnrf rota entlit to twelve mtlee au hour The lilslieel otlicial temteraliire Ttf. the lowest U7'. 10 coiered 11 e coait and the boond. The weather remalne cool o er all the Etates wept ot tlm Allegheuis and m ae eool enough for froit In a belt of country from Nehraeka north to Manitoba, and from Wlnconvln to Minnesota wen to Montana. In the At. lantlo district tha teinperHtere has remained about normal, except little below, la the ew Knhiau4 Statei All urea of lilcti rroist-re rovers the country gener. ally, except In tlie extreme louthwest Shower, lell In all the Atlantic state from tiew York tn Florida, meas I mine l.u Inoheskt .Norrolk 1.40 at Charlotte, ana I.J'I I at Tampa l.lgtit hhoner. fell abo in Colorado Ne- j braska. Ion a, lllluoU llie llakotas, and XtlchUvo. i 1 ..where the weuttier wa fair. I Tho cool weather Is likely in continue over the great. I or part of the countr, principally west nf the Alio ffh.nevs. for several dais with generally fair weather, , an I clouil). sultry conditions along the Atlantic ooait Slates to.av, w tela but llttlo rliantre In temperature, The thermometer at 1'errv's pnarniacr in liiaflcs building recorded th- temperature ) eeterday as f otinwsi IS St. ISId ISK1. lull. 9 A. M OS' "I" SSOP. M SO' 71' uavi - r" ap.vt ..7o 7," PAM 70' 7J- UI'.M 7J' 74 l.'M 77' 75'WJIId 7u 7J" Average jeltehlar , 1SH- Avers, ou Au id, iuph 7:H LOCAL rilBKCAir. Local forecast for twenty four hours, till S P M. Thurslayi lor eoutheastarn hew lork (Including Iing Island) cloudy and showery, northeasterly wlndit tlaiitly cooler. 1 r tiorlhern hew Jersey, cloudy, with ooca.lonal st-oners, ellcht change In tempera turet northeasterly lnds For wealern ( onnietleut, genera 1) fair; allghtly cooler: variable wluda, I'.. B. Dusa, Local rorecait OrBctak WAinlNGTOS roBtCAVT TILL flr.lt THLKSP.r, yor the PlatrltK of Columbia, Marylaud, eastern Penn sylvania IVew Jersey, and Jielawure showers; winds generally ea.ierlyt stationary teuiperatnra, probably showery Friday, for fjiltrn titui 1'orr, inoicern; ff;atry warmer; IMilA. taittrly irpidi; probably thueri i'iliay. Tor klatne. New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Ithode Island, and Connecticut, .bowers, except fair wealher In eastern Maine, stationary temperature lu eastern Maine ami nt .Vantuckct. -a armor In the re inaiulug portions; showers are probable Friday. For western New York, western Pennsylvania, and West Vlrg ma, generally fair, eicept local shottere In the inounisln dutrlcts ot eastern portions! slightly w armor and j robahly fair I rlda. There Is no storm c. litre ov or the country, A shallow barometric depression otolites Alabama a'so western Texae. and may d.telou. The llrl may take a norther ly course atung the Alleuban es, HUh b.rometrlo pressure esl.ts oier Iho Caro mas ami nofili uf the tl Irty fifth (arallel II Is rei iral areali lil.hr, I oier the Atlantlo nun the northern Lock) Mountain slop. The resulting east winds have I rerl; Haled rain esst nt the ueunlalne and from Uonjt Is'.ind to Xorlda. hnriti of Hampton Itoada the rain lias been very lleiit but In southeast Virginia, th. Carolina., and iieorvla the rain liato been lerr heavy. Light ralni have fallen from southern t ale Mlch'i-ati mrouith Iowa, In northern Kansas, r.obraska, ami Ihe llakotas. These showers result from the (low southward of the cool air attending the ar.a of huh aerometer and will likely prevent ejcie frosts to-mhl In Hie f-orihwcst, l-hiiw.re will occur on Thursday frtm Michigan to ICanta. anl In the Atlantic coast Slates t.eiieratly fair weather will elsewhere re vail. Frosts are proba ble from Wisconsin to northeast Kansas on Thursday night, deuerully cool weather may be tipocled at of the Mississippi Hlver an J s'owlj Incr.sslut tcuijcra tfixt west of It du.-iot tht next tne dais, v I I Til SEARCH IDED, Sixty-one Bodies Taken JM from the Ruins. iH TEN PERSONS UNACCOUNTED FOR Flslnac the IHame for the DIaaater-Major H Grant Mrdera tho Flro Departraeat t H Investleateand Report to Him Caroaar H Hanley -rlll lrohnhlr Order the Inqnaal B to Itecln Tiieadaw-Mamea of Soaao of H the ilnrors Neleeted-Thlrteea Barrels H orNaptitlia and llenalnk Were Found la H the Cellur Supcrlnteudent of Ilutlellasa H Hrady Hellene That There Was aa VH Implosion or ths tin of Ono of Thesa H fomliuatlbles-ltc Admit the Unlldlarst fVu OTerlomlrd-Alil Tor Deatltute Fans- H llles of the Vlrtlnsa Mat of the Dead Verlned I.lst or tho Mleslng, ,H Sltty-ono bodies hove boen takon from tho ruins ot tho Taylor building, and tha oul- H clolsaay thoro nro no more. Taklug from tha BH list ot th missing tho nurnbor ot unldontlDed bodies Btlll ot tha Morgue, thata remala tan persons unaccounted for. Tho.bodlesof thesa H ten mnyhavo been utterly obliterated by ths flro, but it Is not lll.olr. Bomo ot thorn may , ifH have bsen so badly burned and torn apart that 'r. tha workmon did not reoognlzo the blackened pieces as ports of human bodies, or It may bt B thnt many ot tho missing were notin tho build- BVJ A case in point is thnt of Mr. MaoDonald ot BHVJ tho firm of Kills A, MacDonald. It is known, jfBVJ with nlniost absolute certainty, that he wob in . HB thobulldlng when the disaster ocourrod. Itll ,HBV known that he Is missing. His friends bay HBV scrutinbod every body found and tried all "'Vtl meaus ot Idotitlilonllon. Lost evening tho vfBVJ members ot the Burns Club ot tho Twenty- HBV sixth ward ot Brooklyn, to which ho belonged. HHl visited the Morgue lu a body tomako a last at- fort. They wero convinced, after a long scru- . tiny, that his boJy was not thore. Where Is It f B Where tiro the others? ' It Is certain thoy nro missing, and that they disappeared nt about the tlmo ot the lire. That Is all. Tho list printed In The Sun this morn- H ning hns beon cnrofully verlflod by reporter who vlsitod the saddened homes. SBBj Tho scons nt tho ruins at 1 o'clock yesterday -:SBJ attornoon whon Chief Cashmau stepped from HBJ the hole nnd said, " Thoro aro no more bodt J thero," wns pathetic. Blnco Saturday after- 'iVeBVei noon mon anl women who numbered missing HBJ relatlvos and friends among the lost had ' haunted the place. Gradually tho numbar Bl docroaeed as bodlos were brought out and ,Y ldontlflad, Thero remained about twenty who j hnd Focn eo:h corpse and had snld, " No, it la aBH not mine." - Tho Chlof's announcement meant to thorn "tl thnt they were not even to hnvo tha poor satis- JlaaBB faction ot burying their dead. In tho mind of notouedid tho hopo arise that porhaps her ' ion, her daughter, hor brothor, her sister, or N her friend had escaped the awful death, and , tbey turned away sick at heart, sobbing pita- ouslr. Away they went, a sorrowing group, to the Morgue, where, in the slckonlng atmos- H phare. thoy llngorcd ovor tha body of each of the unldcntlflod doad. Could thoy have baan mistaken at thn ruins and passed a blackened semblance ot humanity as not thalrs. thelra though It was. burned and torn boyond recos- nition? One ot the pnrty, a mother, clasped H her hands over ncrushod form. "I think thi Is mino. Ob, Will, my Will, forglvo ma tor not knowing you down there," she walled, and th tears coursod down hor cheeks and foil upon the body. tl Back from the Morgna again came some ot H tho party to the scene of tha ruins, and tbera thoy stayed, watching with j'oaloua Interest evary movement of tho workmen as tha dirt H was turnod ovor and over and thrown up on tha bank. Thoy could not believe what th j H Chiof had snld. H Bit Mil' VVOT.K AT THR KUINS. H Tuesday night It was Bald that tho rulni H could not bo clonrod up inside ot from thirty to forty-olght hours, Tho work was accom- H pllshed in elghtoen hours. Tills result wai H brought about npparontly by swearing on th H part ot tho foromen who had charge ot th H work. Tho Italians had worked la.ily until H those foiomon employed by John D, Crlmmlns H enmo nnd swore. They workod attar that Ilk i H slnvos. Tho d.'bris enme out by tho basketful , H as fast as tha men could run up and down the ! H bank. They seemod to contest with each othir H tho honor ot doing tho most work. H " That la tho only Lngllah those man under- H stand," romarked Capt. Allalro, referring; to H the swoarlng. Until C o'clock a body was found every hour. H Fotnctimes two were found togother. By that , H time the laborers had due down to within two H feet ot the cellur lloor. There was no more H room In the street to throw tha wreckage and 'H Chief Caslrman ordered the mon to begin at H No. 03 and turn over all that was left. The last H body was found In the cellar ot 72. Attar all B that wu3 left had beon turned over the man H Btnrted back and did tha work ovor again. V That took until 1 o'clock, and It was then that H Chief CuMimnn announcod the work done. H " But there must be m ire bodies there," said H reporter; "look at tho list ot the misting." H "There are no m)re thore," answered th H Chief. ffal "No," said Contractor Crlmmlas. "I have H watched my mou turn ovor every bit ot tha H stuff that's left. Til swear there are no more H It vvns not until this announcement that any H part of the crowd that blocked tha streets and fought to get through tho police linos could ba H induced lo leave, and It was only a part then. All day until evening thoro weio n 'housand H people pressing against the lines nnd asking H Commlsbioner Gllroy'a sixty men and their H carts did good work In clearing the debris B from the street. They hud it nearly all out ot H the way by night. .HBl About 1 o'clock Mayor Grant, with hliseo- HHl rotary, Mr. Kpeor. visited the ruins. The OM Ma or asked Chiof Cashman what. In his opln- fH ion, was the cnuse ot the disaster. The Chief fH aid theio was undoubtedly an explosion, but nH whother It came biifore or after the collapse he MH tlldntknow i ho M,i) or will demand a thorough fA Investigation, aud he has ordoied the Fire De- LH partment olllclnts to mako It and to make a rs- H pvrt to blia Ptfsoaally, 'X'UHBror'iisubKtln ifB r ona ifH IbbBbb!