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NEW-YORK, MONDAY, JINK 18, 1894.-TWELVE PAGES. PRICE THREE CENTS. ?ENT ASHORE IX A FOG. ?BANDING OP A NORTH GERMAN LLOYD ?TEAMER ON Tin: COAST OF DEVON. I- | roART rn.1.1.1, orr Bt the gera, (,.' THB BASIE UN:: APTER UKIN,) AQHOrXD I-"-d'. ELEVEN HOI"RS - NO DA JJ v.i: DONE HER rie N -ith German Ll ?yd ?gi M -*?"-",' ? ll:-it lin re go ol ?. wenl I r- a' ' ' i mlle easl rn ' There ' ic at thc l iteamer , | . ' li irs. T ? i ,:ir\ and wen - i astern, Nevi r ,>.., ? unde i hea\ ll) ??.; the *ai dy two i l.- .\:'- she ren .- ter, ind :':.? . .? - '??;?? f i- thi ... - r off ihe b " 'it: but ! :n med yp }? . . - .. all day and the :. for use i.' iyd'1 l the Ni rt ii - lermsn I ? . '? - r ? She wai .- . ? ? vv u*. exp Vt f . Gera pul In ? '. . ? - ??? re i t with I par was pull fl ? isily al I the (lera SB* I *" ' id heel rent back ,' the titi the < ?? ? ' arrived TUE ETHIOPIA'S PE III J.. HI STRUCK THE l1 BRERG IN A FOG, AND rf WAS TH >UGHT BHE WOULD SINK x - aM N ? THE PAasEKQERd THE ,, | B jx THE I PED l"P with BA ?* R AN'.' THE C Mi c . - i iXE IXJl'RED AN., the caroo n rr LY HAM .(JED. ggygaow, . from New-York tali Wlls. n ?' - | - rosers M ?tbk>| . X Th* - (?Jading Bl roan to bi leor At ni ? - * - . -: I Ems the 'si ?.?nporary ri ' ? ' ' ' i r 'l lie Ethiopia JBi**en stopped for repair*. ?* pul - * --r darn aa??l r*'rtion ot her t*.w had l-^n pttif cloerl and hraod A ? ?r?* Bhe went nt '?litter ?,>??<? l. then ?.: thr - and, j-.ft.-r f-fjatng Tory Island, at full .-p?-i N !. . ly a [ht Emiopi* ?'?* Injured, .,? rgo was gratti) \aroage. Vmotiirt',ia?*? ?;?? Ethiopia's t>ow t-.-iiy marvel ?,.? ki That ?-? -a,.? - : . nk. wa* ie to Ihe f ker gent manage men ? silk int luulrir. that they mose! Wells Cli Im yea-^r: ,-.- ? . - - An. hor Lid* *:earr>: Ethiopia l have Kii-rton srith ai Issari tn* i ? ,r.K- ' The H letters Uti '. . ? i i. h< r.* yester la; fi floes ? ?n .ja* 13. ir. -.. fi ot ta JW leen: 1 lay a bei long ari I ?':???. * BRILLIANT CEREMONY IN BERLIN IHPEROP. '? SE Or Tiri; NI HERIjIN HATHEURAL ? - ... . . .... ? ? Bm Md bril k. The ? gan ' - - r of hli . ? rather . ^?'mon. ind at Poti this ai i ? ? ?. ->?? ol Bei -a CROW.,.- VISITING THK VIGILANT, ?"I 00 Al IR El HIOPI , AT GUA : ' -? in " r - R M.'INtJ UPAI ''"< i j .: ? ? small ? - - in yacht V JU:, JN ;'?- A.. .. ? atm ra were used In re f tel . 1J -"J L [; i \ ;; \ i y j \ ym y T I' E I: S ON. " *-*W-TOItK man. < RAZED UV FEAR BntfttD PROM A CARRIAOE. BTKIK ON HER Hi.,\:,. . r*r-4*"i'- pt st V ? ? 5? ?**->?? ? eath of Mi-* Susie V. Mc 2 rw,'r' ?? *' n'-';" "**, !*< McaRi ly wenl to .... .... ' ***r ta) over you ^**_ 1!r No I-'1'. Rich ave., jr*/** tf ? , take a drive, H/hll* driving thr .ugh -*?-jjV** *" ' "' etopped si Ihe h .use ?.f a ng M.-*- M< Olnty In W*i?f:'' ? ??*' f,:;"" "? wnien un. *l "?herei .,;> driven without mis* n* J* } I me out of hei friend's bouts ai . *** ?;?'' " the sldi walk, not ten feet ?s, ,;""r" ? "... ?jjVi J^* - : to walk away. Mra fol ?*T?aiwi .. ' ' "" r."r*". ""w tn,,ro,ii*i ?"?liv. T* "'" ? " '.'i- I gai to run down Bu Th il rut about three I 5*?ju7m ?' '?'"'" " ,w f'llrh erusteA ,J*i, !*" "' a, HtrikinK >>ri h? r s" '-vim'-r, a''" ; ' !' ;' " nsckius \I1 nini. ""?Hui ' red to the City *>iht" '"r" -' dh-d ..t in 80 k In the ii>v,7J;V'' ' ? ' y ? 'ri' ? ??'thf- h'",v-an''nn'' ?M. ' 'he n .rgue, where an autop ^??vors n/./c /v 7///*; cellar. hir.i __ ? Xtti*mi-is- ha:. REEN MADE TO . KT ?aa*tf,. . "KK To a "TEXaTMRXT HOITBI t"?*n ? ^ |':' w'?'" mad* on Saturn's*- and ? f? jj. *''-'?'r\y. to t.nrn up the tenement-houae ?^i,' '.*St 8?*'eotleth-st. by aettin*; fire to the "** kou* r*" of wr'0', ln rh'' basement, *!?*8j * !' ' high, ami !* inhabited ;*?*o* , I 1rriT% fanniH**. who keep their stores **?*?"* fl C0"1'' ln ,h? hasement. On Saturday "? engines were called to th* hou?e, and the basement ttil\ of smoke, Ar. Inv< ? I thai t< ime from a l ???? of fin ? Ther.- ix ia ? ati -kr ,m< . f ker -? ? ? I ii all remarked I y the flrenrn tclted Bl \ pul OUt, to thi Pin Mai Yeaterda; fternoon one of the women llvlnsr in ? v ir. but '.x i - .: - ? in ke iart.li li She ,eni to i > ne of ths merni ? rs of li ix sn i Ladder C rith her to the f water pul ti I I nd, hos . vt r. thal ? ii- ? exact'.* the a inv ;-. ? 'i ? . ri ?? ? ila ? - - uk. I 'n h ed tl ' Po u . ? ..???- r ,f ? ? . :: . ? . 81 : the \" ? r ifti - es i ? the i ted the I rgeant ai 1 . !. is il Frank yesterday afterr. - examtnel None of I ? - - ind the genera belief ls 1 I I rk of a | rhood. GERM A'S SOCIALISTS SUED. DR. BLUM SAYS HE WILL PROVE THAT THEY PLOTTED REBELLION. ACCUSED Al.ru"> OP TAKING FRENCH MONET WHILE POULANGER WAS WAH MINISTER IMPROVEMENT IN' BUSINESS Berlin, June 17.?Dr, Hans Blum, the author of "The German Empire In the Times of Blsm , ii.,xx- promises to give the world a sensation In his snit for m."! against Ignaz Aut r an I William Llcbkn ht, guela! Dem rat! ? Deputies, For years Ilium has associated with ihe least if iii.- Liberals, despite the fact I hs waa sh it f.r hts dem linclplea, a nd ha. ? l the bitterest tirades ng Radi? cals and B tl sta Since he published his "Lies of the Social Democrats," several years ago, ti... feud between him and the S dal Den ratlc leaders has 1.n uninterrupted. Within the last two weeks Blum ha. published In tli.- 'n-elp'.lger iVeueste Nachrlchten" a series tl es Intends 1 ? pr ive thai xvi.re r. ml in* gel was War Minister of IV' | Ger? many was fearing an -peri rupture between the two countries, conspicuous German s 'lallat, were taking Fren h m ney and were using their Influence to orgai Mon In Prussia Ti." Dei icratic | lan, sax a Blum In his I isl article, was to strike at Germany's heart tl ment Fran ??? began I Greatening tht fi Llrbknecht and Ajer at once published d ai 1 then vlllfle 1 him wltl il n ulated bitterness of yarr. Blum re* ? ???. | prompt!; bj suing tl ???; for libel it tl ? ? xv mid pr ve li Tht "V xxur-- ' S . Democratic organ, has trie 1 to antic)] f what ii upi ?- v.m. t. bring In evidence T; a ? ?? a '.'. ? ? ??? the btibe-t ikei t good . V- ra! i hire l ? the 8 lal I ? ? and i who acted In Fr ins fol large sui l"r< M 're than J .. nil tj flt I fr rn ;. ? ita In Kiel v. .:? v ? ? ? ? I I ? s t the Ro vii ' I feellni Berlin t- un md a ? irketi are i ? ? Ks The solutl :i . f Hung ? :. as Dr vYekerle'a nnanctal pr ? gramme ls regard! ! ! ? -dal favor. Tlie r"i".rt? fr.im the PlleMl.n <",.-,i markets show a . .table Increase ot trade an i the railways lead? ing to the Russian fr n ler .ir.- carrying unusu ally hu K" shipments The Berlin Bureau of Sanitary Inspection has ???!it out a warning aga dried , , i, whit h are said frequently to i of sin and tther mattel dangerous io hes FIRE < IPTAISS ALMOS1 SUFFOCATED. A BLAZE IN" A ("Mfl'liX ?' ifi . .- "ins: If. BS UP Five MEN ANV Til!:! ?? " "I ' ' A fin ? story fact ? .: al Nos KI ? t event ni av and nearly ca ptah ' men The ? reit wert rescue*] I ? tht i f them !? n move I to th. is fr'-.h alt eral appltcatloi I ?? Captain William Br .wu. As iptali ; '? ? ? ? >? ? .- ? Francis .nt >i if Km , I i Davei V ? The fire started - . ge. The I e?, te.ok n the sli " ? ? ? the top of thi the : .f They ,. - e windon top Hom . ? itel It u .i* lr. ? 'T that ' 'a , I'r ? xx ? ... en se on t h a I I wn the ll... Wolf ft i ir*) le Preea ? nnd, tnir. anti : ?oor? ll . . tu lha . xt-i.t Ol J ?? - *> ?? .1 M \1> VOd 7\ TUE HOI SE. ALL Tin: OCCl PA! ? K TIIEMSEI.V1 IN BOOMS TILL ? P EMAN ARRIVES ANU SHOOT*" THK X Nt st AI aa do -. brought Into the t. tuae ari out isl .1 abel Ml lem I i a full I ? '? rday aftei noofl kept tl family In abje. I lei ror inti! Pol ? ?? P of the West Ont hundred-and-twent; fifi ? - life -,i Ith a !? .IV. Th. whole family had locki I themselves In various rooms of ll li irk" 1 ...' '. . nora Purs Ml vr./". s wld , lives with hei fo .t da ightei ? (im-hundred-ai l-twenty-thlrd-sl Whll ng from ? hool three months ago ' Ketiorlta isabel, the seeoml oldest of hei ' children, was followed bj a brown pup tiling somewhat an trish setter. He ? proved a very an-tl..nut" little animal ll" , had acted atrangelj for tbe past few daya WJjen 1 <? came Inside the house yestenlay, ' said Benorlts Label lo s reporter, "hla tongue '.vhs hanging full ,, ? and there waa a strange glare in hla eyes I v mirht he was sick and started to "i.t. ai him He snapped at me l ran away screaming, and I ; fr..ti, around his laws l Just had tim. .'; to rush Into the dining-room when I barking end snapping toward me 1 had called upstairs aa loud ns 1 could Vint Ihe log xx.is mad. My mother, two of n.x vinters and one of th,. s> i xitnts wt-nt Into my mother's room, where they locked themselves In My other slstei and the other servant were with me. Th* dog came snapping, snorting and ?.niftlm* nt our doors, running ' v none again and again against them. His hark"-ug grew vioienl foi a lime until finally he three, himself from the parloi flooi to the cel? lar, i""*" a few mlnutea we thought th.- .fall had killed him. ?In thf m.-nn time wp had attracted the atten? tion of a vo'iri-r man b-toss the street tn nh..rn we called from ihe window to gel a pollcemsn Co? ll, ..man Pauldlng finally cam* and shot the 'log." DROWSED BEFORE THE BOAT LETT. JAMES MILLER INTENDED TO 00 ON A PIC* NI.' li! T FELL INTO 'MU: RIVER A merry __curslon party about t.i start fr..m Weet Thlrty-f"iirth--v on board the barge Walter Banda bound for Sylvan Beach Orove, was delayed f..r an hour al noon yesterday by tbe drowning of ona of Its ;nr mbers, s.-v.r.'il picnic partleB were leaving the dock be? sides that i-.irty OH board th" Walter Sauls, organ lit i by Owen White, and there wars several hun* dred people thronging the pier. In the Own White part) iva- Jamas Millar, a young laborer, who lived nt th'- foot of W.st Thirty-fifth st.. and bad w irked Ht Fraser's hay market, In West Thlrty-fourth-st. .Miller intended 10 go with the party, but at the time ot starting he stood on the dock leaning againat the side of the barge and watching ihs oeople. Before ha knew lt the ropes were loosened, and the , Walter Banda drifted swsy, A* ?i<* -lil h Miller gave a cry and fell backward int. the water be tween the barge and the duck The man known tobe in excellent ?w1mmer, arl to hive ravi : several lives al th* very **i-.! at whim he f"li. ii , one feared for his ssfetj al tlrst When his body : se to the I vv ever, he rn id. r he must, !n falilnr-. hiv- struck his he ? : ia*Inst the sid. of thi bj I hai - hi ii Munn* I by the Wow, " ?'','? In, v I -.-,., na soon - r- ? ilise i. -'ir- w off hil .an.l Jumped In to the rescui The body, however, lia I sunk ri.-,i n. ai ? igh Mc o !?? ii, ? -.v nu ,: lied for ll half an h mr After the t-\o:, ,*?.- tht? time ? ff In n I-.-it wltl "1 ,- v >..- .rked for , th. bo ly i thlrd-sl ,-? idem ut i terly spoiled the | IT COST TWENTY MILLIONS. NET RESULTS OF Till-: OREAT SOFT COAL STRIKE IT Ir- BELIEVED THAT NlN'lm n lr CENT "I" TH;: MINK!'..- "VTIjIj lil II liv T.i WORK TUl.AY \!.'' WITH PIIESII'EXT sTRRIDE. Cl uro J,ine |7, Th. belief i . ... I operator* li. this ruy t ent of t will go lo work ' ming ? ?? the i'..,nini.ns seal >l wages Telegrams fr..rn the bituminous c. il field of Western Penn sj Ivai la, i dil i and part* of Illinois, verify tt ? All Ihe talk aleut s dlsagre. tl ?? force li . of Presl lent Mi Hrlde si 1 those Interest ? tho < 'olumbus - ? in,*r-t. r.-e! v ? n only a i . mn enl Ti ? III rei tr, : in ri . Ho king Valley In ' di., an l st i- fosti tc i by rr t Adams dun., i I! Ellswoi ;? ,: . gran that se. Hon, * ij lug that Ihe : had a , ?? I the roluml.ii* aettlement nnd ga to work Moi of Mr Adams .ind M? handful of follower* The ?.?tiers particular!] li I - - I : In Ihe ll Valley Held aver thal Ihe following of Ada se ! <-f tl ose w lin vv?<? re ,'., ? ring the strike, in i v<i..,se services art nol eslred when - opera! Ill nol ml te yesti rdny's li ll tr-in the Sprlngfiel ! fi rill not ( likely t-. hold on! agali ?t the Columl ii* scale, when . ri detail f thi ' tlon yesterday, Jame* i Ellsworth said: "I think thal it may be safely said thst rt per tent of all the bituminous mines In the country will be In operation Monday If so ; . ther markets af feet. ....... dru',, wants wlihli i hort time ' This, the first i ' atrlke of tl ? Mil era' K* *??>? '.if ., . ? with- ' out mt, i mptliin to i t time Wph ai .I ? -.-.,iv., i vi., ?? ... \v.*si \1rg sn I Indi Iowa and part* Kel tucky ' ? terrltorj I ' s> rv ., t ? ? ? g lo the ; - ... ? ? it a nu t heavily t* true ).-it *. Nstm . . ? ? ? nr, . ' ' ? - ? I ' 1... k of fm ? ? m I to ft then, :.|".ii th* I f Ihi trill nut fall i tr $20.1*0, ?<, A TALK WITH PRESIDENT M'BRIl THK LEAPER OS" Titi gTRIKIJK] MIXERS PRE : : i's ?, DENI RAI. I , ? . ........ ? ? ? ? , ttl time l .ir. 1 vv . . ? : : . ? ? ' .... * . t , -,v ,r k. *?? I lg > : i ? the ? I pr. ? "In Wenl.-i Ivni . ?i - ' ' r , rei ipon lr. ul I i., ii.-- ?? thal w i?rk s 111 . In pi , ? all) the . ' i' i<k Al Hi and all I I I ? i 1 ? ! ? ? 'Alli ll. her. on Tuesday, but I the* . ? ?-,. !? ,.-.?: r. ..I. . ?.:,..; ? ? gates. I I not to i r.i sti I strike lt l? in lam H...*k . ll Ike " , ? . ? ?aid i i va," he said, "hs gur. of Mmsoiii Btate will I ' " " ' K B-hl .... ur ? ??? , ls ii. iklnn ? ' lory proi . next 1 id ? ? . ' vv ,r k ' ?. r,. i leavi ?? ? ? H- ;, r ' - r . State ' i ,. ? ? : r Ml-. I he I'll p VI mi Hu rling in l Mai lon con , ? Rh Ki glmi nt To REGIS I'LEAEISU AWAT TO-DAT. ?iHi; R| ;-:??' OF lill' JERSEY ''ITV sr-x K V .virus' PIRK ATTRACT I'lmWOS OP HIOHTSEEItfl BAPES AT THK ROTTi -M OP THB RIVER The ruins ol Ihe fir** al the lara** City stock itu ii led ? large eros I of i.pie yesterday. ?i ?>. .-. -.-. ,- not sn Inspiring one, and many of th.- visitors *'???>? ri.i I to gel swsj Thousand* -,r , ,r, ... ? i of si ??? p an ! ? stile were exposed to the roy ot thr hot sun Th* Isrge building wss burned ,,, ,),,. ,,,..,. t of in* li-nw ma? chinery on the Urn door crashed through snd fell Into 'li- river .UAH,* ir. the sbsencs of Superintendent Simeon ll Sn,nh. nothing hu** been >l<>iw as yet toward clearing up the ruins The bodies ..f tin- burned sheep and cattle um have t., i?- ni.Illy removed , pr ti,,, place will become i aource of much ? la health Thi li -: weather sml the sun'* rays win Boon cause decomposition, lt wa* ssld yesterdaj i,\ ,i rn.-iii connected with the , thsl men v.,mid I ?? set t>. vv,,rk the first thing ll the n,.,mini; : t., ,, ur * vv nv i h* iii Iii ls When Hie iii-- ha I been eubdu*?l lt sra* found thal th** .-.!??- of Newton <v Co.. Taber A Allerton. u III inm Everett, li M Pherson snd Martin Collin* w--r-. lui i. ? The) were still hot yesterda iften n and no efforl ws? made to open them snd l<*aru if their content* w,r>. ..ll right I he safes of Judd fl A K in lers, P < i Karl ar, I .1 I-' Pl lc ? k dr >pp i through the flooring and ar* n->w resting in the mud at the I. >ttom ,.f ' he rivei Resides the live sheep thal were c insumed there w-,.r,. fi...., dr eased hide* In the building Tbs Cen tr..] Stock Yuri-, uni Transit srhlch osma tr..- plant, will Immedlaiel) set about rebuilding the abl r .ir lt srlll be constructed on ?> larger stile than the one burned, ..rid srlll contain gil the latest improvement* and maceilnery. The building and st,-,'k wera heavily insurr-d by Woodward, Sherwood A Co., of Jersey City, woo also insured th* stock of Uie various coi.iuilMlon marchant*. TO SAVE HIS SWEETHEART. HARVEY CURTIS SHOOTS THE FATHER OF HIS BETROTHED. THF: ELDEE MAN* WAS DRUNK AND QUAR? RELSOME ANV TRIED TO INJURE HM DAUOHTER I.v tm:; BCUFFLE CURTIS I IRES Till: FATAL BHOT HE AV MITB THK ACT, BUT CANN) IT TELL JUST HOW BE DID IT. Phillp M tr tn, a pla fort] -five years ol I, ?? l klllc 1 at his h ime, No. M2 East indi l-a l thirty-fifth v <? i 50 -lax- morning, by Harvey Curtis, ta two years ,M. ,.f \ . :-.7:i -"-get One-hundred-ai v I Irty-th rd -1 Th.- shooting took V ? ffle In which Moran, xvh.i ww drunk, trxirir t. sh, .t jiis daugnter, Frances, to s Curtis wis betp tht 1. ? M .rans ii- - first floor of the bull I Itig. at So ..."' '. Frances, who V twenty-one \-.-ir-. old, with tne assistance ..f Ivr sister Anni". nltresB of th.- ila-s In the bul ling. Mr?. Moran died about two years ago V sides these two daughters, there ls Margaret, eleven years old, and 'e.-. ir ihera, Charles and Sin n, ag I respectively nln 'teen and thirteen You .x h ? la emploj ? d In the <'. od* v< ur Rubber C 'a works In East One-hundred* ? st., has f - -'\ months bet n ? ngaged I i be ni inied to !' '?' ? in, ni I . h.- n arranged that th.- marriage eh uld tak.? place ai. ui' two months from n-.w Moran apparentl) I ked upt n young Curtis with favor; bul ai times, a ? I bet n drinking, he e bitter toward Curl I upbralde l hla daughter f'.r having anything to ?! with him, MORAN REGINA \ QUARREL. < 'n Satur,lax- even 11 g a part Fran uv ai ! Vnnle M tran, Curtis and hla Mal el, Ben n I FHa li t No. 1,814 1 u id "A lam C. Milt rath, rv One hundn i '. twenty*f1fth*et., xvas made up to go to i ilai ??? at one : tht res v's ai. ? Hai lem Rl\*er The - had gal ut M ? an' hi me and .x? - when !:?? came In It been .lr" king an '. he at with his eldeai daughter. Ile objected t. her gi ' k- .tn t | ifter swearing at her ht her by Ihe ihn.ai i choke her M iV'l Curtl nterl I Curtla ; M ran h ick '? ? ? gainst a h he ghter, and threw ans* re I M I hi At once there *, ? ? ? ... to a rear ro m. Moran ;. ' . t of. ..:*?-> Bgal were afraid f the ? '.? j . ? l a and McGrai srent i I 'street an l f..tm I. in Rutger, ? ' the M irrls mia u' i* ..... | him t Moran's attempt to his daughter Bulger started on a ii ! did i rt find hit:-. Ht told of tht at the st itl >n h use, but ? ? ? . rep rte 1 to P llceman Who went t lgh' \- ten mlnutt i ? ' ' r. as .... He ? ? . ? ? head, and - ? Mm ' ? ? FlUeli aald ! CURTIS SHOULDER-! THE HESPONSIBII.ITT ... his hand, at once I had "I did it I tl ' ' ? ?? - tly how : I did not Ini lt :. ; ? ? e Fi M u ttl r uld i I Bpi ak I wi 1 : ? , Wt ttl Dr. \ i' I I he '.x a-. !? The I thnt the ball lik Jus! ; iv out about 1 Nothing . iltl be lone f<>i dh-1 nt minute VII th. g , ? re i ted except C rs of I ? : ? night talk i the Moran g vei ...... I rei nt thai I ? li. rge \\ ;??'"?" i i Vt al ?' i Morai an i i x ted 11" bi ga:. iirslng ii! ? daugl lera f ? Frances I Itt tnpt w n -pl him 1 I aimed tl ? was about u i ind fun I i v \ en! M ran from *ho ding M ir in waa I ? | st n <ng I ir m an I made t I,.- v..uld sho >t ll" ?ri.- 1 to pull Mabel ' v 'v u ?'. le, but rai I frlghti ne.) t ? do anything but - -ream The x ottng men then made ai pt 1 . ? Morai out ? ' "ii and during the i 'urtls p i?'?? l hil ri ?' er, as M ia., xi as t all ol them. THK FATAL SIB 'T FIRED Fr ince*, with Maud Curtla sing to her, got by the f .-....?? ti r ui, Moi ? git l tu foll .\v her, an l with th-- ? | rn n trying I i keep him ba k, made his way Into the room, At this Juncture th- sh t which killed M ran was fired Mum making ??' lasi attempt I i aim al hla ? ' t.-r. when th.- rth it Struck him. He sank 1 l the floor with a groan, and the pistol v.; from his hand v. ither the y'.t'< nor the two young men were able t. fiy list exactly how Curtis shot Moran, They all saw the pistol In Curtis's hand, bul lld t. ?? ? li; ii alni ar m iran Curtis sa! 1 thal hs wts s. excited h.- did not kn iw what ii" was do? ing il" kn.-xv that h.s sweetheart's life xx ts in danger, and he wanted ti suv her. ll" -lil .im al Muran, an i -ll '. n >l kn tw that he xi i? pulling the trigger until the pistol went "ff. Fr .in the c turee f the ball lt \x ml I * em that Curtis held the plat i low, with the barrel i~.lnto.l upward. If Moran was stan.him* strati Itali passed thr.ugh him mi an upward angle of iii. un 43 degrees This -youl l Indi -ate thal Cur? tla was not laking a deliberate aim. Ttl., disconnected st..rx told by ihe thi. young women aad curtis's friends on b rat-- hi - state? ment. Curtis gave himself up xvi ningi- to Poll. ti an I levine and was In ked up al the M vr i mia ? Wh.-t the two pistols were examined M was found to be a M ? -.-. 111. r- - - .1 iuble weapon Two of the chambers contained loaded cnrtrMjv'.'M, iw.. of tiV:;i exploded sheila and th* remaining ..re wa. empty Curtis's pistol wai a U-callbre Smith <v Weal >n .1 ruble action, aid c mfained four los led ahella. Th.- fifth ? runt.."- contalm I an empty sn.-ll i "urtls was arraigned befor" Justice Dlwer al the Morrtsanls Courl ye.terday morning, N. examination was held, as the case was trans ferrei to the Coroner. ANARCHISTS IX WAsniXCTOX. REMARKABLE STORY OF A PLOT TO BLOW CV THK CAPITOL. THK V/HITE HOUSE, TREASURT ANU oTItrR QOVERNMENT BUILDINGS SAID TO HAVE BEEN DOOMED .XN' OUTGROWTH > ?!?' THE COXEY" MOVEMENT Washing! m. June 17.?"The P rr .xv ? ; a i sure if a pl' ?t wai.'ii had . r the destru tlon of ii'.- Caplt ipa other Ooverni tb i.n slowly d< ? ?' | ist. : , thorltles, h ?w ever, have been kept ? I the movements plottei dd 1 ipproached ? "i n: The Post," "a it I ' xv-.-Ks ago, xxl,, ii the channel ot Information xvas j unexpectedly Interrupted, were the Federal ami j District authorities reallj alarmed. They did I know ai xvii itt: might be ma le exp! de b mbs in the C iplt I, the Tr White Hou '. the War and Na\ \ Bull Ung But ab the dayl l nnd nothing was done the ?, wh - had re* led their vlgilam I the lir:.- of c rm* munlcatl ai with the neal f / u 'hists an I able again l itor and I i keep | n||y infori ? l stli movements both hen vi "r.- " Ac u. ng t the si irj. th" plot was ' hlng to th" Caplt il, and rep rta nf Its exli teni ? >an ? fr im vari us | ? - , and Pitt ? them "The P .st" says: ; .. ? . - ?' it u. i, [.oi J ix m. H" cami fi y He ia m. In ' Haymarket art . ? I as a prin* ina wai rable .11\ ?? ? i if'1--, i ' He waa oi ?' i.v ? i reporter foi Ar" r I ixon'a arrival here letters were n ? l by the Secret Bervh - off) era an 1 Capitol officials ? i band of A g organised In Washing! >n. ar.l thar H. J. Jar. xvas the I- iding i; Irit. I itlga :' ihe i""..rs -,x ts telling the trutl n, lays ? p it," .-' nnd '. "ii ! lives the ban ! Th -has ii rs end f those engaged plot, ti-gel vltl TV se :..i -. ' that the A ?? '. ! n i i rhe 1 l xx i ? !i ? il . , ????'. -h it I ? ri l f.u a I give .Iv. . . 111. .-rs - ixv a ? ?-. sm li aa ie for ei p!..*i re chi lat the h T ?? . ons] Irnt rs met tl . ; ther pla it thr.-.- w n eetlnga bi .? . frequent ind so n ?. that th" rtfTicers .'.-lt that they xv.-re : graap ,,r ?? There was t the 'Hmas ? I u g i ? ? ; 11 " - . - ? . the ] Carlisle, f--11 ? ed on Coxey I ? to tte "H E. T " Thu- ls the name of i mil . People'B Part (axon he v ? I ' ling the e x | chichi ? ? I e pro. . - ? . ? ? ? i tl known li" ! lt on a . gr ea i ut there was a I nd a mom . Dented with was x ri smal A cai n I'e.l rn a ' ? I ir. t ex ' It exp! les fi m th. i.-tloi ng an exp! e foi 1 ? : ? ' \ ? I .1 by ' ? ? plot ai u the Ca ,- ? ? In support of th lld I --r if Chicago A ? TELEPnOSE GIRLS DRIVES OCT. ??IRE XT T Hot' I tl I ? \N.ii: Y I'At'SES 'fin: I: I?; i v ex \- - l.ir.ll \ \ X I' A flt the ela ll N . Vi |v.. i iw r yeal rd '?? ? ;-!. il ?? ii Ca rr, i, ix ho h ive an i ti ... - fire .i.'.uin ? 1 r ? bural - i ca tine, waa ali oui unllk" the tele| ,i im - ilr, eyt lind rr. v - - ind tl ? Tin 'I before k Tl uk ? ir i- he h. ard the - rnckltiR of fl imi - M ..ut Into ihe hallway, ll ? li.i i .careel) read I the nlrshafl ix!v. uri explo bull ling ai. 1 n number ol win low aashea an 1 glass ? .uv- tambling dow n The ele< ti In th. Telephone 1 Ix. bange stopp, l. and th xi lunn the knowledge th it tl.xchange !:i? been burned out thr-.- times .Ince l-i" is an ever presenl reality, were bailly frightened Mr. Carr told to leave the building aa nitletl) as po.slhli they vu downatalrs Aa tv-x reached the ho ll - wm they s reamed 'n earnest, for down from the eighth floor rushed Mr Bier, with his face burned and 'li- upper part of his lothlna ablaze Th" flames xx .re put "..t ami I ?? explained rhut i ? mini", ha i explo le I, an l thai h. ha I given the alarm by shouting oui ? t the win ion to i p. Il n i before he rushed through the blai - ni In H few minutes thr".- Hr-' engines had set )??? ik Mr Bier's burns wei drugstore and h.- went home The manager .ml the teleph ne girls, wiiui the alarm had tubs led, re lorne.] ? , their av tehh min md the Interrupted t-1 ph tv mtv., e xx v rea mi' ?! Mr Hie.- - ?? Ix r . un lr iii" building wreckt I r ...fi of l 'r M" ire, l, waa Injui -a at.-r. The police place the total lamagi i rs leg r i ph ic von v K Ingston, n v.. .lin ? 17.?1 th" Catskill Mountain special ir iln m (he I un I i telaa ar-- Rallroa I last horne team driven bj lames Markie, a few miles nf this city M irkle an I iii" three I were killed. San Francisco, June 17. Revenue Inspectors have located several hundred brand) distilleries In the mountain districts, most of them operated bj iv i ian*. It v estimated that the Qovernment has be n | defrauded out of IBQO.OOO a year for many years. Portland, Ind., .lune i; a rumor has reached here that there has been an attempt at wholesale I poisoning ti" ir Farmland, and rhat Leena Heal) a I et-h....i teacher, anl twenty-six puplla are ail I Soma one la aupposed lo have put y.iion ln ui-j \ well. rilK UKAlll Ol' MK. I'IIMjiHS* MANT BXPRE88I0NJ OF SORROW FROM FRIENDS -\XI> ITDLIC MEN. THE PfXERAL TO TAKE PLACS nv WEDNEaV DAT IN THE PRE8BTTE1UAN CHURCH AT I [HOLEWOOD, N. J. - A STATEMENT COXCERSINQ HIS ILLNESS I v DR Ll Ht Ths death of William Walter Phelps, which rred early yesterday morning and was an ed in u late edition of The Tribune, ls a great lons to iii.' country, a* well as to the multitude of hie 'ri'-nds on the two continents. Never ruggi 1 In health, ami for many years threatened from time to time, he passed away tit ii,:-: after g gi tkni ss go bri*>f that the sad end will be to many g sudden gbock. Nol jr*t far advan i I !n v.-.irs, Mr. Phelps had lived long ills country at home and abroad oy service Of high character and value; he had g*m &fe fl ti* v WILLIAM WALTER PHELPS. lived l-.ns; enoiisrh to leave his mark upon ths 'a history i i I become the most popu lar cltlgen of his Btate, end lout* enough to be m urned sincerely by multitudes to whora his il brought . Th*- --ii!, which came at 1:50 a. m., waa so ':' ?' it for some minutes after he had i-r.-ir' family, s'ho were watching t tl bedsldi ?' ll 1 not believe that death had The patient wai loua to the end an 1 appeared t< pssa Int i a deep sleep. Grouped rs Mrs. Phelp*, her daugh? ter. Mi*. V -ri K ittenburg, snd h?r sons, Captain John J Phelps and Sheffield Phelps. SORROW A MONO Hlfl KE4GHBORg. v Englewood and Teeneck, with which - Mr l'iie,|,- vv i - - ly Identified, and development ? f which he cook bo deep an much mourning, and on all sldsa ti ly remembered ll ! la spoken of as a m Iel ,:'i7.ei.. an Ideal bor. The great love borne Mr. Phelps by the ol ! ten mts snd employes t was alan sh >wn lu m rday by tokens ? MESSAGES OF CONDOLENCE. ?' telegrsms f sympathy h.iv,* been received l,y th>- sorrowing fitnHy from many pron ii is They Include messsgeg from H B Sheldon, of Ostroft; H B. Chittendea, Qtym? '.'? ???. Jere ii . reg i tatlvs R. R. IL" ? of Mt. V.-rnon. N. T.; J. M f Portland. < ire . I 'han -.- ? f Jersey < esenl itlve Oal ?-. - li ? f Pennsyl* im Potts**; ?' Philadelphia; W, ll Hunter, f New-Tork| William Carey, f Cana Coi J C irenog Van l- wi i, :' Chi ag R E A. Dorr, of New Tork, and H ?ra - VC. R< bblns, of New-Torn, The following - ne of the many telegrams ?i ?>? an 1 sympithy: Go, rnor VVerts, of New-Jen -. ? ?graphed: The nly to tho untry "1 am grtev l a! the sad In Pl !'?? ?' Nv Jer*i > and to hu mit) ' Fr >m R. - tttvs lilt-. ? f Illinois: "I ? Mr. Phelps ? ;? w " Fr .rn Jo* great G. Blah iIso of Mr. V ir \ .- . md a : " rsl hav,- not >"' i.n i ? ted, though ll li km wn that lt Pri sbj ?? ri.in Church of " ;? ada n : nh pf, in I the ? >rvlceg Rev, Dr Henry M. Auburn, N, V. but formerly the l lr 1! mth will be assisted y the present pastor, the Rev. James Bela - -v fr -in 'Uis , Ity those ?he -?-:?? i BS Tlcir time . . ? li ? party . u here the burial will take I i i'i.- t ill wing s'Ul ' , Willara Vt". P ... ??? I Mr. ?k ' ia Neill, A T, Herrick, ... :. U ?. i. Th mas K White end Donald Mathea'* n It l* probable that I morrow an opportunity will I is n. Ighb : :.- tu view iv. DR. LPSK'fl STATEMENT. W T [.ugh, - ?' No 47 Bast Tl rty-fourt*V , id friend of Mr. Phelps and hu attending following] Dr Bt . il I i'i- th 'auses of Mr Phelps's death I a Tribune rep rter yeo* t. r '; , ? al Sh :il'-l "Judge Phelps was treated al times .luring ?/Inter for thr ? Dr. F H. H iw irth i i-i Ap--.'. ?' re starting ', on me to say goodby. As he ?? mplained of not feeling well i isked him t i allow me to examine hi* chest. There whk then a well-msrked but limited area ? st the apes lg left lune, with fine rAles. This was undoubtedly of tuberct*-. i ms i rlgln. While In the B .'itii he los: fourteea After his return to hi* home, M.iv 18, 1 ir. Bosworth recognised a tubercu *p ? in the I a my j In consultation with Dr I. .mi. his dtni;:i -is waa infirmed. Dr. d**te. ted the point In his lefl Into* air,m.iv alluded to, c, Phelp* I : ? Stay at my h >use while nent bj Dr B sw irth wa* being ar ried out 111- temperature then ranged from loot*, to 103 degree* win..- 1 waa absent in Washington he grew rapidly worse and on the ri,-1 to his h ime In .Ww? ii.t- i ten under ths nt:c, 0f Dr Currie, of Knglew, 1. and myself. ? ?n Sunday, th.* Sd of June, he waa seen by Dr. Janeway In consultation, who regarded the syn. p. toms gs those ,,f general tuberculosis che oid med quick consumption). Prom Prldsy, M i\ ll, he waa unable to Lave the be.l. Since Ubi i-? ha* made rapid progress.*' Dr Lusk said that hs hsd repeatedly advised Mr Phelpa ' ? civ,* up his judgeship so that hs might n il be r mpelled I i be shut up In a hot an i cl se ' mrtr ? un, and to leave th,* seashore and g. inland to the hot springs, either In North Carolina or Arkansas. Dr Fraenkel, of Berlin, yg| ian while he was Minister to Germany, *?-nt repeated messages t,. him advising and urg? ing him to aeek th., climate of either Colorado or California. Bul Mr. Phelps felt *> extremely well until his fatal lllnvss that he .nd not think lt ri.-,-.-- irv to go either v7esl or inland Dr. Lush said thal Mr. I'h,.'.ps became unconsctoog a week .IK- yesterday, and with ths exception ,if a few momenta ai different fines, he remained In that state until heMi.-d. HIS LAST FF.W DAT! 021 EARTH. On Thursday of last week he became so low that death was momentarily expected, but he rallied up ni the ure of stimulants, and In ths evening he regained consciousness so far as to recognise Dr. Currie. On Friday there waa a Bligh: rally anl Mr.