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NEW-YORK. THURSDAY, PEBRUARY 1, IW7.-TWELVE PAGES. PRICE THREE CENTS MK. CAMMACK TO RETIRE. THK WELIfKNOWM OPERATOR BELLS HIS STOCK EXCHANGE BEAT. j-- tt ri K, HAJ'.ff. HY HENRY 1 PITTMAN FOR TA ooo in, IDCXTi IN TilK PAMOL'l ?*B"lAR*g" Lira. Or.? of the ablest and meal BtKCBBBfttl Optra* ll Wall Bl ? t ever knew retired from thal fl o ot speculation yesterday when Ad.ll sold his s* at in the New-Tork \ > . which li- had h"i.i since Hr, 1**7.Y The purchaser waa Henry I ia < harge of the At-liitr.ise aiid i : :>--- : Laxard Frerea No. 1" Wall* pal i waa 118,000; The j.j' the i it li th Exchange waa accepted ?'.id.-tn c thai Mr. Cammock'B wal from th<- Street was ????! tt an.-nt and j.r.,.- ? of "speculative strategy." A person ? ' a member of the Exchange is pay a commlaalon of one eighth of ? ' i fi the i ir value of ali hs dealt .>*--^. IRK* ? ?0 ' ? ititi -, <t ?' > ADDISON CAMMACK. : ? ? his , rd. rs ex. -nt.-d ..n the Ex. hange ( the Exchange who does nol r" hla ? - ? ks moy hove hla ordi rs ? to. ,.??'. ' - nd a shilling," or In other >'?'? 23 per KW shares, which makes the ? ? tl ? ? j -? md of one per . ent. I At one-eighth, iii" commission on 1)0,000 shares : -?''."?' Al one-thirty-second the commission I 11 -?': ."?" Th- .liff..rene is 14.fi.s7 :'" The I* '? it ;? In beloi ging to ll ? dilative activity Mi i mack oftei RO.OOO shnret of Mr. Cami could well afford ? ' ? u carried with it : si'.,.him ti- nam of ihe pur cha ' ? - - ?? r*II1 be "posted" for two t the end of which < .... . - . .: by the C imn ttee on .. . H18 RE 'ORD IN W.M.T. BTREET. Th re ho*, ?? b en men Identified ? th Wall Vanderbilt a nd Jay Gould, I ? atone ? have n in n ? ne w iy ks ? i,..'. Mr i 'amma, k bul pi ?'? ne In Wall Street has ever mode so much cy In purelj speculative operations and re Commi i ri Vai lerbilt and Mr. . ri it wealth chiefly through Btocks of railroads which they Mr. Cnmmsck w?a never In con* ra il i -ul During hi- connection with i ? -. r waa anything but a < lat ir Strangely enough, nearly fill of hi* ? ? : ? he ' ah -ri sid,-" >,f Un*. i ? irk t For more than a quarter "f a - - : the re . ? Izi d "Ix ar" lead i I -,-, et. mi t Aral i pr imlni nt In Wall R ? ?-. hei ? I a i rti er ship a Ith the 1 'fiat l >a J, ? lah n n, tu ler the firm ni i ri. 9 i'., ntnack, to a I aa Btock brokera : 1870 Thi r , waa .er* successful, bul Mr. efl .' In five years and never after I In thi erage buslm ss. He nh a -,"-, jlatoi and nothing ? :-??? :. '. In . ila with Oommo ? li -,- ii Vanderbilt and Jay I .... bm H. Vanderbilt were elose : fl ns on u hich he r, Bto -? I .'i thi :.'?. >us West . IkW ;i. was Bhoi; : stocks rn -?ti irani ,v I ih In Ma*, of thal : he I ted foi ird to a .-'iii-- uei lod of li ... 11 Vanderbilt oe iVest Shore I ; a hd fi ? he N V k *' ntral and Hudson lerbilt rood, and ': ikIih aad i si'. ? a rfai - - n . |*i,i ndi rblll ]? : suaded I ? k that thi acquisition of the Wes! h ingi i the speculate e situ* ;?. ? Charlea F. Wi ? i iahoffi i .?ere al l ? I Ime working with if the markei Ul " ?:-'?,. :"' -: turned over to the long sid. . i. Mr Smith remained on the '.' : i ?;;.: I : . '?: ..'d Ml Wi el Ishoffer : eat dca f money. Mr. Smltl ?'- m Hi ath & G .: ? I aa his brokers ; OUT At:. ?CT Ct iLLAPBE IN BTOCK. It waa Mi Cai mack, Mr. WoerlshoflTer ai I Mi Sn t ab ut, in 1**W3, the - ol* I a Norther] Pacific Railroad Btock, wlill* -. was under the administration of I ? While Mr Vlllard was drlvng lae | istern si'-ns. In tl ? ?,?-,, ; ii ? investors from G, rman . they .?nfall of thc prli ?? of ii ? ? -? ti,. ? made a .-'ii., ?? Mr. Cammad hai >'?> n the lt adlng ? .ementa of conse |U? rn ? ? . r la thal Mr I'aniina. k re? erect by I hi desire of hla wife, ? that !!?? had i cached a time In should a''.. up business alto] ? I :. j ni it there are few pres. n ed. Mr. . : v .;,:,. slevei yean sen a Mlsa lill Ireth. of Wash ? two < hildren, both hoys, one ten en years old, On ifs man lui;", ?, enter] ?,- hla >?? Ife ie. uri!lea :,- has a ? placed consider :.. ? ? -i name, He ai cumulati i his wealtl . i: . -,\iis 1 "rn at Hopkinsvllle, Ky. ;" ? comparatively poor. When a -,::r*,i a place ns clerk with J. \ ' ???.. who were thi n the largeal } ' v < irleans Ile displayi d ? he was later taken In as a | In the early pan of the war na l<> aid In I he i asslng of cot ? hlch was a profitable ism. ?- in l*-1'.'. he weni l i London ,, .' :.!?;., ulati, : ff. r itton. In I ? th. wholesali liquor busl I rk M. .' w <;.-, rge, undi - :. ; : ? f J. W. George & Co He remained irs. He then resumed ?? ? ::. .'. hi. h he < onl r.a. <l un ,?', : ' ' . i ,,., .,, ?. | ,:1..,i a copartnei - ? - r . the las* few years Mr. hem uartera In tha i ??<-.,, No .".?: Bi a I* L lives al No. 46 West Fifty- I , "'"??'T He t | ;i- t |XI do , WINKS* BLOt K I\ 8ALT I SKI' Bl RNED. \ i I.rik*. ClSl F< ?). Iaii/j.a:'"" ' ' '' r,h ' T ,<? Beott-,8 ' 'lt. " ' ' ? ? ' ' ess hlocl aam\l ' ' ? ? ' nlghi The ? ?rn, - - ,, . th. ' . ,_ ei Boor wi ?r? ir .. M -; "' ?'?? co roo ri di al j ' r* ,:, . alloway, Hoo< I* Kotl.jr, , . ed hy Ihe ej 5h?lm?n.? i'.' ? ? ? ? ? . . i foi - ? ? . a Nfl i,, ' .-.I, the elevator "IoBIj... "..' third merles were occupied MR. HA NN.VS CHA NCE8 WA MNQ LIEUTENANT-OOVBRNOP JONES WILL PROBABLY SUCCEED SHERMAN. QOVXRXCBR geVBHNRUi TO CARRY BOT A PRC VJOUfl rNl'HRSTANI.IXi; A BATTX*1 ROTAL MAY i!K LOOKBD POR OVER Tine fti.i, ti:i:m. [RT TRLSJORAm to TiiF* -rnim-N-R) Columbus, nhl.. Feb. 8.?Speculation aa to the probable successor e,f john Bhermaa in the l'r.iif>.i stilton s.-nai. lmn continued wlthoul settling any polnl definitely until today. While tin- latest developments maj not be the exact s.iimi.in ,.r the. problem iimt haa perplexed pub* Mc men, y.'t there is every reason to believe inn' Lieutenant-Governor Aslel W. Jones viii be ihe one to whom the- h..nor is ??. falL Po* si-ve-ral days lt hag 1.n vv. ll unilerst'^.l that the. Poraker-Bnshnell faction had agreed upon a line. (,f action an.i that this was unfav? orable to tho selection or Manns A, Hanna, de Bplte tin* fm-t that a majority trf tha Rcpub llcani of tin' State prefer the latter. Thi? aft' r noon a Sherman Republican, a personal .i* well as a .i.s.- political friend e.f President McKin? ley, rame- io Columbua iiirr-.-t from Canton, in discussing th" Benatorehtp lu- said that it could be safely stated now that Lieutenant-Governor Jones would i... appointed t.> th*-- vacancy by Governor Bushnell. "Th- selection of Mr. J.>ne-"s corni s" said h<\ "ns a part < t tho SSaneavllle agreement, "Tin- Pore ker men were anxious at Zanes viii" to hav.- Genera] .Tonis on the. Stats ticket The General was not favorably Inclined to the-. proposition. s?. the promise of the support or i ths faction f..r th.- United stat--.* Renatnrshlp was illili mn to him as an Inducement, and it had the* desired effect. "Of course, this vacancy ouhl not be fore? seen, bul ths fun turin waa then under consider? ation. I nm not Informed ns to th.- terms under which Ihe appointment la given i" General Jones, bul there is little room I i <i ?ubl thal he ls | to agree nol t.. be a candidate fur election to the full term. This a iii be f..u^hi fen- r.n the Por* aker side by Govern >r Bushnell, and Iheere will be a battle royal lietween him and Mr. lianna." General Jones, while rated as a member of tho Poraker faction, has never been offensive fr >m a factional polnl of view, ar.d, nexl to Mr. Hanna, his appointment will und mbtedly be re* garded with more favor by the Mi Klnley-Sher man lead* - than thal of an* man who could in named. UTAH ELECTS A SENATOR EX-CONGRESHMAN J. I. RAWL1XB RREAKfl TIIE DEADLOCK AT BALT LAKE CITY. Ball Lake, Utah, Feb. .", Ex>Con**resaman Joseph L Rawlins a-aa elected United Statei s nator thiB afternoon by tin- Legislature, re? ceiving thirty-two votes, the minimum number i.. in*r i?'. pssary to t lei t. Mr. Thatcher, the- next leading candidate, received twenty-nine - I .mil two voti ? ??'. ? re scattered. The breaking of the di idlock came suddenly and waa the result of an arrangement with the supporters of Judge Henderson, who, s.-a-inK they could noi elect their candidate, flopped aim I unanimously. That, her owes his d< feat to th*> action of the Mormon Church !? adei ?- - ho opposed him bitterly during the entire campaign. Henderson waa the Church candidate, but, despairing of sleeting him, they compromised -.n Rawlins, ri..t because they wanted Rawlins, bul they would have Liken almost anybody to defeat Thatcher. The four Populists and one Republican voted fur Thatcher, one Republican voted for Brown ami tl ?- other voted for Rawllna. J. I,. Rawlins is a Gentile, and was Lorn In Salt Lake County, March 28, 1850, mul hveei upon his father's farm until ha? was eighteen years e.f age. He completed a classical course in the Univer? sity of Indiana, but returned to Utah before graduation. He was professor In the University ..f Deaeret, in Sall Lalo. City, fr two years, un? til l*a7".. when he was admitted t ? the '..ar and his followed ihe- profession of law ever since. He ; a-aa elected Delegate lo Congress from Ihe Tor- j rllory of Utah in IMI2 on the Democratic ticket, I defi itlng Kiank J. Cannon, now United Btatea Senator. When In <"v.n?rrr-so he. did great service In thp passage of the acl enabling Utah to f..nn ? con? stitution and be admitted lo Stat.-l.1. He also obtained the passage of a special acl of Congress providing for the relief of the Mormon Church of ai.out a half-million -i.-u.-irs* worth of property escheated by th.- (lovernment ten yeara ag" SENATOR SQUIRE ACCUSED OP Hill I'.KUY. ALLEGED TO HAVE OFTERED 11*^000 TO A LEO IB ' ITOR T.i BLT VOTI - Olympie, Waa!.., Feh 1 Bel re the House, in resttgatlng Commit tee yesterday Repreaentatlve ?:-, r. who ls charged with having been bribed \ Ber il ir Squire, testlfled that he a-aa approached ? the '?'? i. who ..:f.r. .1 him BIS,.for ?-!i .Mit, I! ??? ??- .i contlngenl and IT OOO a I whii h t.i buy Populist \ U Pa?veral days a.ru a duh of twenty members formed to break the deadlock. Warnei ti I thal Squire, on hearlns e.f this, aenl f.-r him and made the above offer, which Warner refused to consider, Bqulre sent for him again Bnd repa ? r 'i de ..ff- r -.v .- as lin ap ii i ed Sonator Bquln '.-'?> 1 on Momlaj thal Warner came to him with ihe proposition, and thal he re fu?.1 to conaleler lt. Many eubpoenaa have he. ri aenl oui snd a big Beni- ,ri,.n Im promised. -a> - - - ? ARRESTED FOR A BIG STAMP ROBBEBY. K fJOVRRICMBNT CLERK CAtrOHT HERB WITH A I.e-.T IN His POB8E8BION. Mnm'.iton P. Colman, a clerk In the Oe era] Lanai Office al Washington, wiu- arrested by Postofllce tn M rrla and Jsco - -.'-*? rda: ?"> a arge of |arge quai tl< - of p u I ige stamp* ile u.t- held In 18,000 ball for exam nat n before Com . . Bhield* .ri Wi Ina lay ni xl Pb ?? . .,,. j,,!,, a and sixty dol ara worth of "p#i lod ; al Btamps" we re I >und In the j n ol c - nan ?a< arrested, lt is sal l il : iV< ,. n systematically robl I 8 in p Dei .-?? Washington and iel i .- whai are calle I ? of stamps, ranging In val ie l ?? :.i to t, each tophi BtellBiB foi fri m 1120 to };:". a bi t. Colman wss arrested at Bai la) al a d Broadway, ns he was ..:. his wsj- to ila- Asl ii ii is* ie having .,.. arrive Ila wn from Washlngi -. Am ng f-~ found In hla pockets were a, numbei of enve r Burger A i 'a . lesters i.i j not imagine bow he came imo po-al n of an) ol elopes Ile ha i never I ad snj ?-.-... with him, ? . . n tak.-. hla arrest coolly an.i ?avj ne can ea lablish hU Innoeen ?-. hu: the p.-t-ni..-- Inspa t r, it In the apture ol i "olman the y I one ol the l**s le rs In a y*iematl ,f ? , ?-. ol aiamp* rn blch havs average I over $100,uOO i year for several yean |, .,. ,, ,r- hat the bi impa f uni in < ol man i pos . ? I to Rud ph P. Al'.re "it. a d ?? ? .. | . . < v i Nassau-si, a ni et -,.???? ks V, hy \ C Toa ni nd ,. p illan ll t hav ?? ti i < ll ? V Ti 1*1 li ..! ling In Washii : When Mi Ai ?*???? t sought to dlapoai of thi a'-imp*. inqulrv as te ? '? i I ? ? -1- ' at Itu ted . phllati Hal pa I Mi Albrecht wrote o Townaend ' matti 1 ? i waa thai ' in,rai .lim-- '" '??' -v-"i rfc ? ? '.':.' ip ihi imp* '. . nj, and waa arrested a fi ??? m imenti I i M j,.-, | rec. ved thi m fi un Mt .\ bri Washington, Feh, I A1 the Qeneral Land OB! a -io one could aceounl for the- stain;,s found hi poa ol ii W Colman, a clerfc in thal bur a i ii,. j: wjoclerk, born In New v. rk and appoint ,1 irotn it.at Btate H.- ir-ft here f..r New-York . v yesterdi v. it wai said al bia ofllce thal Col nan wm a gi od clerk snd of excellent ri ira lei i |g said thai he pn enti ?) to his ? hlef yetti rda) a elegrrtm saying ihat hli father was alvina and hus a."" '? ??"?" "f a haem t i I-,,. t..rr?'? Pepartmenl ofllclala are Investigating he . ? - . : f m. :?*.!? i -ii ssaai mfmmt ?*.?. tiing ths imprint of Burger ft Ca, lealei In Biampa .at N?. '???'? Maasau-Bl Mr Hun .. ste ? la . ?: ?.' I noi w Co man, a . II ill BO 1/1 TIED i I1 HY l BTRIEE :n th. mi u.-k .. ri r , banon, Ir>? t , l'- b . Ths .-ntire fen 'hirago and Boutheaatcrn Rallwa) -!,..| ...... ; t ... n months' becki pay, IUli ,|,, entln road li lied up ' lllaena ari eli . a ting s peiltlon .?i-Kirm- lhal lha mall contract nitii ,,. r, ,,, i. rescinded and overlsnd roui'.- sstab la.ie ,i NOT PACIFIED YET, INSURGENTS BTILL ACTIVE IN PINAR DEI, RIO PROVINCE THST BLOW tl- a THAIN WITH DTXAltlTB. RILL uro ?amcBAL people itktler'i Movg mem xoTHixa bhort or ixdcpbm DEWCI WILL BUTT THE CITBASCB Key W.sf. Pla., Peb. S. The following Ha? vana advlcea hay-- Leen received: Another In? cident contradicts Weyler'a assurances thal I'inar del Rio Province la virtually pacified. On Monday morning a pllol engine, with an .inn red ??ar and steering passenger train, lefl San Cristo? bal. Arriving al a culvert fit Bacunaffua, ik:ir Paco Taco, two dynamite bomba exploded, wrecking the engine and car completely. Pour Chilians u.-re killed and als" the captain of the volunteers anil five soldier*. The engineer, fire? man and eight soldiers wera wounded. The cul? vert was destroyed, Traffic i? atm Interrupted With Tillar il* 1 Ria it la reported thal Weyler, witto 12,000 men and twenty-live plerea of artillery, has started from headquarters ni Crucea In the direction of tha Blguanea Hills, weat of Cienfuegos, with tbe Intention of attacking or dislodging Oomea, who, lt is nm:,-re,), la encamped in those hilka. So encounter is expected unless Gome*, aided by a naturally strong position and sufficient forces, thinks ll advisable t,, meei the foe, In which case a fierce engagement will occur. Thc proposed Cuban reforms are the Bole topic of conversation. All here agree Spaniards and Cubana alike thal the reforma are humbug. Thi will surely make no Impression on the Insurgents, The feeling among th" Cubana in arms is intense. Th.- dominant si.irii ls t,? ro bIs! to th- end and accept no compromlaa with Spain unless in eas.* nf absolute Independence Marcos Garcia, commissioned by th.- Govern ? wi make overtures t" Homes, fears that his Mtv would be endangered if ba personally presents iii" proposals, and has written a letter to Mat-,nus Ahumada declining th.immlaalon. Trains ar.- nov. runiiitiK int" Hi.- siilaiilis .,f the town nf Quanabacoa, carrying armoredcara ut.d large armed esc,nts. - ?. REFORMS FOR CUBA DISCUSSED. CREATION OF A LOCAL A8SBMBLT Tin-: CHIEF FEATURE i r f'n: BPAXI8H MIK* l8TRT*fl BOHEME. I.or.rl n, Peb. I -'* llspatch ta "The Btandard" fr in i'- Mi Irl I ir. upon lem aays '.air st -. n ? lng of tfae Csbli ? I to-day ihe Minis', rs dlseu l . : i m.. ii-- ?!,. - ' rms for Cuba -. | i? , 'ai '- Iel Castl lo, the -' |,,,., . ... ionia Mil ? ? ? iste -rm. Tae re? forms I i bi ader muni Ipal and provincial ? ?,-,.. :. .rr-n Itali in than Ihe re formulai I eformii for Porto Rico. Tn- principal e of the pian la 1 ? Hon of a loeal assembly . 'ouncll of A Imlnleti i n. consisting of tu, nty-om mi ibei pan fa m shaJl be electi l r ? llmtti l fran, (ilse .md pan ? I ? rp iratl - and commercial Interests, In a sim lai manner i i i isl ! ?:, r ,. Spsi lah B< na te ls i I. led. The powers of the Governor-General are much ,:? . lop. d in der the scheme, bul the < 'ubsn '' tier will '?? empowered lo muke a colonial tariff on th.litton ol i.. * , j - ? ni ??? ? his h prot, ?? rf,.-, for Bpnnlsn Imports Apari from this ?. alon the t'hamber will onlj I lin control of lor ,1 allan.-, the < 'ortea conti g to le the budgets and conclude nil legislative treaties The Cub rn n prei entai 8< nate and ? "hamln i of i '? puli< * will remain Ul nlti 'ed. A dispatch received bj a newt agency hera says thal the aeheme of reforn * \. a ? finally bgreed on by thi Ministers and ?-lll he aigned by Queen Re? gent t'hi ai lo-morrow, Thia di patch, however, v :? -., i of thi ? ef rm pi posed Madrid, Keb, 1 it is expected that the r-fotma decided upon for Cuba will ?? asset ted on Febru? ary 9. bul r;.e date for th*-:r going Into effect haa nol yet been fixed, th.??? depending .-ti the progress ??: 11,111..,,., opsrationa in tue island. THK VAMOOSE NOT LOST. Jacksonville, Fla., Feb I "The New-Tork Jour? nal's" dispatch boat Vamoose, which has been re? ported lost, ii al Miami, where her captain McIn? tosh, la hi ld under hoi 6 f ir assaulting Captain Denny, of the launch ? isone. - ? .-I 8TRAY CATS WARNING OF EIRE. IT PRORAHLT SAVED SEVERAL LIVES IN A HARLEM FLATHOITBH A .Ire occurred In the five-story flathouse on the west corner of One-hundred-and-slxteenth-et. and Park-ava al 1:80 o'clock yesterday morning. i" perty to the value of fla.000 waa destroyed, and 8 number of Ihe tenant* narrow!) ea iped being -'??I or burned, There ar,- twenty-seven apartments In the building and the tenants number KO. William P. Daven] ? -.- 0 haa an apartment on the se 01 1 ;f ior of 1 e ho -??, ,i,.i rmi r, n -a ) ome until 8:30 ,.',-:.., 't. As he pa -? ?, ip?n ilr 1 he sos . itrange cat In the hall '.' - ai lm il purre I, rubbed (Belt against bia legs ind acted In sn,-h a friendly ivay that he had not the heart to drive it n-n of Ills kind tj th, il prob il I) aa v. d ? lives and much property, Mr. Davenport gent to bed and s . b ul falling asleep when he leard the cal making a great noise In thc hallway door IL- a toed thi noise for a abort Ilma, tho arith Imprecation* on the cat, went Into ? ???? ' ? Ivi the inimal Into the i-' eel ipened the door of his apai imenl he foui I, t-, ? ? ,:ii-i m. nt. that ihe halli and stairways were 'ull ,,f ?m ?!*- : ,1 th..; a tongue of red ti ima waa ?unnlng up the elevatoi abaft. Mr. Davenport m the other tenanta of the h. use, 11 l then r-.i-in-1 ba k li ;?? hi* 1 ma lo l,.,,l< after he safety of hi* family, which consisted of his ?..:.-. Mian McXli ?-. a boarder, hia Infant child and - ? ? red aer va ni 1 ? ? . nt ire 11,-, an port family ind many of the tenants escaped bj the stairway ? fore ? he smoke i? ime too hot and dens.. but lo the number of fifi. or nlxty, wi re impelled to take to the roof and the lire-escapes, r ? -nen ,,f the h,?.k snd ladder rom] my sst to sort lo res. '? , who were rrowded on he fire-escapes In all kinds of undress, and In 1 lu iii.?.-,'? .- had them ,11 ,felj housed In lh< ' > . - ipe I by the roof v. r" thoroughly frightened al their predicament, ,~ there la pace of sis I el ?? -.*.-, n the h .use ind r . ? 'Inlng, but Allen I > Marr who Ives on ihe nfth noor ol the house, made a bridge ,f , 1 ,,rd. -,nd nil passed iver li In safety. T ?? firemen soon bsd tha Hames under control, - t before a .????: imai a h id been ,1 me I.,..- fire s:.ir. .1 In thi 1 fl si m.nt. ? Till: CONSTABLE ' \UGHT I T\i:t\R. .tl:* RLA_finCIE*fl FIOliTINa QfAUTIEa LIKELY TO LAM' HEB IN THE PENITEefTlART, Bhamokln, Penn., Feb. L The fighting Qualities ,f Mr? Mary Klamlskle would bring honor t,> her ?1 ,,n smnaonli n 1 rmy, i".t when exercised againal r of the las - they were to-day, they sra . Ikely IO land her In thu penitentiary. Mrs. Klamlskle baa little reverence foi orders ol a ?mirt, and when Conatoble Elisa Oottahall w*-nt t>, r 1 use to-dsy t., serve a bench warrant ,,n h.-r ,,. found ii barricaded for defence, Little recking - -.. 11 before him, if.onstsble assailed the nie, and, aa he \* aa climbing .,?.-? r lt, waa ed by a kettle oft aiding water dashed upon la head a.'i ahouldera bj ihe female defendant ,f the fortification. Oottshall fell back In pain ind ss ton li iment, .,t..i then Mr Klamlskle made 1 sortie with ??:? 1x1 Bhi laid ihs constable low ittlng a I - . ,. n alni- d a not h. 1 wi r-plng bu .k- al him f the axe in iha floor I y his .. k In terror of hla life Motts! ill .-? rea mi : .. ,, and, throwing his urta* around ihe womon'a inkles, managr.1 !.. pull bel lo Ihs Moor. Ths onstable and the woman struggled and f . ogether ?n the dmr. and ihe opportune arrival ol a 10 had i ? .. . OottBhall'a cries for h -lp ti,..-iih":' ? ' ' from utter di , deeperati --r si. the won ?? wai* taken ? in i-f,,i. J idga Bavldge, who fined her lion ontempi of court, m.,J Instructed ii.. Grand ur* to find a bill I I hei foi isa lull and 1 , . r j arith Intent 10 kin A month sgo "? era went .. ,-.-r\e 11 warrant on Mra Kim. -kl, f..r perjur) Ihe crawleil under her house and lefled them i" ome and tak*- hi r, ind hel> her 1 until rivi n forth 1 hungi r and 1 ? PATAI Ol 1 I o\ 11; \\ i\ /?/ 1 \ GIRL. Huthrii Ol ? Feb. 3 Jobi son Harri- 11 | Will am 1.mii: *.- 1, ?? - wi Hi m fi ,-f I a dm l 1 ? -r ,, 1. 1 , \. terday ever thi ,ff, lions of Wanni i, pretix ball breed Indian girl, a;.-! both wire Hied AFTER THE BUCKET-SHOPS. THE BTOCK BXCHANOB ri.ann ixe TOR Till:lit EXTERMINATION. BCEKIXO TO DEVISBI MKvns ay KBEFIKO rttOM THEM Tin; EXCnAXOg QCOTATTOKfl BOMB H*llt:\ti:<s WORKED BT ALLEGED BARKERS, ami BROKER! Th** Stork Kx.-hnnrro ls plannlnp for tha> exta=r mlnatlon "f tin. backet-ahopa 1-hese sh..ps exist because they have n.-. e-ss tn the- Btock Kxe-hanun qootatlona Th.- Exchange ;s seeking to devise an effectual means ..f keeping th.- qootatlona fr-.th them. The auhjecl waa lenore- the fjovern* lng Committee at ,-i apeciai meeting yesterday afternoon, but no definite conclusion was reached. The understanding ls Hint th- i>r.. gramtne <ir method which the Governing Com? mittee may adopt vin be submitted to a vote of th<- members "f th.- Exchange nt the annual election "ti Monday. May IO. The subject is tha m..st Important one f..r th.- Exchange th.it baa come np in *reaia, Tlv quotations now nr.- collei t-.l i.y reporters employed hy th.. Exchange and ar- distributed by tw-.. "ticker" companies, th- New-York Quo? tation Company and tiie Cold and s't'.rk Tele? graph Company. Th- latter ls owned hy the Western Union Telegraph ('.mu..-my. A majori? ty nf th- stock of th- Mea fork Quotation (''.tn pany ls owned i.y th- Btock iv hana.-... m..st of tha remainder is owned hy John W Mackay, tho president and chief owner "f 'h.- Postal Tele? graph Company, which is n competitor of the \wte-rn Union Company. Th- New-York Quo? tation Company supplies quotations to members of tho stork Exchange. The ?;..i.l ami Btock Company supplies "outaldera." Bach company j,,ivs th- Exchange $30,000 a year for th- <-|u..ta tlona. Th-ir contracts, f.?r live- y.-.tr^, with the Exchange expire .lune- SM next. One proposition is to rut off quotations entirely to ail except members of th.; Exchange, Another proposition is t.i Bupply members wiri, th- quotations ns the transactions are made an.i tu bold back th- ein.i tnth.riH BUpplled to out Biders for fifteen or thirty minutes. The Exchange .-..nhl well afford t.> lose iii- revenue derived from one -f tn- "ticker" . .ri,..ruii^s if it could close iij. ih- I., cket-shops. They j*-! business which would t" t" the Ex? change if they were ?-!...-.???! up. Besides, if iii- Exchange can And a nny of closing the bucket-shops, ar- ll appears bound to do, it will suppress a ^-r.-.-it evil, Many of the ?hops hold back and otherwise manipulate the quotations to defraud th.-ir customers. There ls ,i new style of speculation on the bucket-shop iir-h-r which should be stamped out, bb it ls, aa conducted] for the m..s* part, stealing, and noth? ing ela*. It is the "dlecretlonwrj order" bual iie-ss. People Bend th-ir money lo so-called "bankers and brokera," who use th.-lr "discre? tion" In ''Investing^' i'- In many cases the ? brokers" make up bogus statements showing thal the money haa been loat, when In reality it haa gone Into the "brokers' " i.kets. If the "bankers and brokers" do not Bteal the m..ivy In thia waj thi may buy and .-"-ll the same sto.-u ?it the sim- Mme' through regular '..mk.-rs. \\ hi* ii-*.' r transaction showB a profli the "bank ?i ? and brokers" will take t" themaelvea The. ? ina- thal sh.-.vs ii i.ss win ne pis.1 In the name of the person vv ho aenl money t.. them, Thousands of dollars ar- .lolly sen! te. Irrespon? sible brokers In Wail Street from all parts of th- country. *> VOTE FOR A \F\Y SITE TAKEN. MEMBERB OF THK ACADEMY OF DESIGN CA8T SECRET BALLOTS THK RE* BULT NOT KNOWN. Membera of tie- National A<-a.|-my of Ii-slpn met last evening at tha Academy, Fourth-ave. anel Twenty-thlrd-SL, to listen to a re-port from th*- Committee .>n Bite an.1 Plan, and to take action fer the selection -if a new Bite The. meet Ihk was well attended, ami was In session until a late hi.ur The proceedlngB were conducted behind closed doors, and little could ba learned ns t.. what took place. From what was aald to ? Tribune reporter by several of the m. nih. ra as they were leaving the building, it appears thal th- Committee on Site and Plan, after *.T'.!n>: over the matter thorough? ly, had decided to report In favor of two or three of the ni'st suitable and available sites, nt-i leave the ultimate decision to the membera Tills ls at varian.- willi the conditions under which th.- committee waa appointed, namely, thal Its < holce of a Bite should I"- final. ? ?ne. member sahl that there was s deadlock In th.mmtttee, presumably over the old question as i" whether the new Academy should be ai. ive ,,r below Flfty-nlnth-et. At i;i-t night's meeting each academician made h's ,-h-.!???? from the sites recommended by the , n-imlttee rhe vi les were pul In a sealed bog an I will i- <"tint- I later bj the c immll >??? The result may not be announced for tu., or three ? lav j Th- selection of a new sit' haa I.n discussed by tin- Academj t ir man) months, and it i probable thal last night's meeting will settle the matter finally. The price paid by the Metropol? itan Life Insurance Company for the present Academy Building and sit. wan sm i.*.,i nm Some of thia money, however, hus alreadj I.n de? voted hv ih- Academj to other purposes, ami ii j.; undera!.1 that the present available building fund ls aboul >.~17 " li ? ? DECLINES TO PAY THE RAINES TAX. THK KIXOSTOR CL. H CNWILLtlttl TO BE ITT e,N Till-: bEVBIi OF A BALOOK, Kingston, N Y, Feb I (Special).- Indies tiona are ti-it ihe State Tommi Bloner of Excise, Mr, Lyman, la about io sue the Kingston flub and tims maka a ,, || , , . whether club* in n> r Mk- nut a Ile certificate Inspector Henton on Saturday called upon Judge Clearwater, the presldenl of tr- club, :ln,i (aid hla bualnei - wa* to require the ? tutu, om a eertlfl ate under ihe Raines law. The .hi.it:- nske <l Inspector Benton to put i.t- requeat In , t .. ni; i, i,.- did, at ?'? lasi ..v. Lil g ttl en ? matter wa* broughl before lha Board of Governor-; ll wai .!>"''l-l thal it ?a-. not necessarj under th law io take oui .'i certificate. The .lui. waa organ l7, ,1 |n \myt, and among ths members sn Jual) ?? pa rk-r Burraga ti Betts, Dlstrict-Attornej i ntlne, l-i.ti:, Printer Benedict, ea-Senator Llnaon and ,.,.-,riv- nh the prominent men "f the city snd county, an.I it lu thought strange the. Kingston Club ahould be picked e.nt for s teal raae Th- gov . rn.irs cur,- little about tha bmount which wonlil have tn ie* pii'i foi I certificate, bul thej object to lb being turned Into >i pfc. of i ibllc re-mart ?n,. ?. aa] Ihe Supreme Court has held that avery club laking oui a llquor-taa license under the Rall ? ra law ls compelled to keep Its clubhouse open to the public and to sell liquor to all persons who ,;. n md it wno sn noi ur..hr aga or intoxicated They i in have no curtains, screens or blinds upon their windows during th- prohibited bout a thal would obstruct tn- M.-w from the illewalk The governors ??'? the .-hi'' objeel to being pul upon the nama i.i -.- woli ii - doon. .,,,,. , . , . ii the duty -f the Invpector Im ' leu |0 |nf, rm the I'le-ri t Vlorncy .f tho , ... .v li, which a ' ? ii* b B, ,.. ?., | ? undi r ? al -I the ra ? ul auch .lola nd 11 " ''???-' ' ?lt0Ln'5 ' "*,"'> '",i'r;'V . ,- ... i-..i - r tl Dla . v. ' . , rntti member of thi Kh gatoi lui. and therefor! di ? '?? ! :; ?"? proe? ding in ihi* . bi ?? W lu " thi Lil ' ' \" ??? ? ' ?? rllaqua . ;,?i in i,i,.-? cutt a criminal pron edlng, nm n* rtutj ??? the Attoi ? ? ? '?? |i iTtake the ,,., . itioi Thi*" maj bring Deputy Adorne) (Jen , ,i ,; !? |j |. isbroui k Into I he ? ase aa pi i. dge I 'I* -rw stei ls alao i I fr..in trying th* ''-? The Grand Jury win oe in aeeaion ri i'.-in irj :'. a id ihe matti i maj be -? len l ihe*i ? ESC IPE FROM Till IH BXING VISE. Houghton Mich.. Feb ,"* The fire In No I abaft . ? | |. . , Mine waa extlngulahed al ne an i,. .,, an(| Antoine, romoca hevaky succeeded In _ ? i had been kepi running mU .tI?.. nu i ? ' ?"? J, ? nd gol io ihs ifa.|i Thej le id lapped Ihe air pipe . an.i ,[.. i . itt,..- in .n t.v tue- liberal uh. ol com* ire bi 1 nlf , . I', te-r and Willina *.--"i in ?ir- rescued trom lbs stnft nt i o'clock tins afternoon rho* had iot suffered seriously from their saa^rtanea CROKER WAS TU KUK. A MEMORABLE DAT FOR TAMMANTITES IN WASHINGTON. th if "BOSS" visits TH!) CAPITOL AXD TH! FAITHFUL BASK in Hil PRESENCE A short UVEO TRICUTH FOR lfU.BR. fm rsupoRArn to rna tniatita i Washington, I" h. .". (8peclol.)- Teaterday waa "ground-hog day"; to-day was another day. and one nol i-ss memorable in the simple annals of the per politicians In Waahlngti n who stm worship at Tammany's shrine ns why sh..nhl not they? "Bom" Croker he la called "Colonel" hera honored tha Capitol with lils presence, Everybody that la, Cummings and Bulser nnd McClellan nnd ot he re had been advised of his coming, but they knew nol the hour. Plcketa were stationed al every ai proach to the Hall "f Representatives, and unmounted vldettea were pla.l nt every outpost, There waa "a hurry? ing and a scurrying" of Tammany private Beere* tarli ?' such sa one never s-"?- ? xi "\' on paydays, Wild rumors were nm only mi at, hui bearing with relentless and resistless energy l .wari the chamber In which the representatives of the American people were supposed to ire trying a contested election cns,. "Croker is here!" "I>i?k has arrived!" "Murphy haa him In tow!" "Sulser has captured him, after all!" These '.'.??re s,ine ..f the ejaculations heard. And there was a pans.- befi re the "man out- f politics" appeai-.-d. ii., waa not half bo Impres? sive or self-important a" waa Bulser, who selfish ly led him straightway to a seat In the gal* l- ry which by the rules of the House of Repre aentatlvea la reaerved fi r "marnbi ra and their families." But Bulter*a selfish triumph waa short-lived. He couldn't shut out Cummlnga or Mcclellan. Both ,,f them made eseelleni time, and. Judging by appearancea, Henty Clay was not long allowed to monnpol se the ear of which he t.a'l obtained possession while strolling with th- "Col -ii* i" through an ohacur.rrldor of the Capitol, lt ia true that McClellan did not buc ceed tn pla. itu himself where the effulgent rays Bose" enid hit him fair, bul In- banker] all th ? sa ni--. As f..r Amos Cummings pr,cid pooseas r of a medal ,,i' honor which he earned everylrody knows thal he never shines by ratlei t,?! radiance, He certainly did not to-day. He planted hil before the distinguished vi Itor, and, with his back toward the rest of mankind and his e at lalls outspread .and hla hands In his poi kets, be? gan to talk Thal is to eay, ll mual be supp ?>? tl In- did, i.a ns.- Croker'* countenance relaxed and Sulzer'a hold on Croker'a left --ar- was loosened, and even McClellan edged "it ? f hla i .'i"-r ai.,I s.*.n;. d io .tijoy the occasion better 'han ever, And Croker appeared to !-?- in a Joyous fran-.'* ,f mind also, for members in th"lr Bcata on the Hoof god ' Sir,-is in the;, seats ti ih.- public '.rril lerics iwhi.-h at-" open I i th.mmon i.pie) nudged one another and pointed toward the dla* tinguiahed quartet. ll mual nol be supposed "im Bulser, Cummings and McClellan were the only .statesmen who paid homage to the "man* oul of-polltlca." N". indeed. There were imf why prolong the list? only "ii" feature of this historic s.-.-ii" v. as lacking. Th. ex-Queen of ii, - ill failed to appear aa advertlaed. *? i\ ATHLETE DIES IN iv ARMORY. HE WAS EXERCISING, WHEN HE FELL T? ? THE FLOOR AND EXPIRED IN' A FEW MINUTES. Robert Mani:-,nt. a professional athlete, mer death last night while exercising In the gymnasium of the ISth Regiment Armory, Btxty-oeeond-sL and ?'oium bus-ave. Marmon! spent tha evening at 'he house of Frnnk st. John, a member af Company K, of th" 12th Regiment, who lives st N'o lsd Columbus sve. H..th men aft.r dinner weit tn the gymnasium and donned th. lr athletic costumes. Mr.rmonr had lust grabbed the Mexican tings, and waa swim; inu ai...ut ten feet from the floor, when St, John turned to srrsngs his i?-lt, and at th" same mo? ment i:,,.ird a fail and saw his companion lying on ills face on the fl ?,r. II" turned him over, and aa he did Marmon; murmured a request for some water An employe of the armory entered tho,gymnasium at that moment, and St. John s. ni him out for an ambulance, which reached the armory In a few minutes, bul on Ita arrival Marmon! was dead. Marmon I ->\a^ twenty-seven years old Became h.-re last June, leaving a srlfe and child al Ports? mouth, England, where his father la said to be a well-known lawyer. Sf John li a .-lc-, r high diver and double-somersault leaper Minnon! \*,,s not a drinking man, and the only reason that iii- frlendi .-un sive for his death ls that he was stricken with heart disease, as he had been suffering from hean trouble for some time. The body lay In the armor) late last night, awaiting the srrtvsl of the Coroner Minn,,nt lived With 8 Mr. Armour, at No 12] i h,, hundred-ond-twenty-flrst-st. ? tf.4rC0.VV/CT THEIR FATHER Ol' UURDKR. THE mil-DRES OF FRAXK N. SIIRI4X>N TESTIFT tOAINHT HIM DRAMATIC -?'.:*>>: IN C'Ol'RT. Auburn, S Y . Feb, 3 When lt betsme kr.m-n to ,-.,, t|-nt Will im Sheldon was to be called to testify u*r-ilt st his father, Frank n. Sheldon, who is on trial, charged with the murder ,.f fi- wife, the crowd that besieged the courthouse noa beyond pn -. dent. Wlllli m is the el lest son ,,f the accuaed man, ind ever since the tragedy haa given the Im? pression that he thought h's father murdered his moth.-r. In the curt he has shaken hands with ? ? ither dally since th-* trial opened, and it eras rumored thal he had experienced a i hangs of hear' These specul itlons, however, were quickly set at r > - As young Bhi ''l"11 entered the court to-day t-.r -.hook hsndi with his father, and a few minutes lat. r told the itory <.f the tragedy, giving the most damaging testimony against hla t ither ye1 '....upiit out Ills direct testimony occupied one hour and ri quarter, snd the cross-examination waa equally loi-.rr. Coder the sharp cross-ftre ha never srlnced, and when. In response lo sn oft-repeated question ut the d .feint mi's counsel, itu witness positively r,.f.,sr,i ?,. answer, there a is a .-? i allon In th" .rn II -??' :n- that, ar the requeal of hi* fatter aral hla uncle Clarence, ha lol nm ?? to thc harte) Held and pretended to ahow Ihe spot where h? Btood when he heard the pistol sh >r. As a ma' ter nf fact, th ? pla. ?? I... pointed oul wsa fnr from the sp,! where tc- now sus he st.s.d. When asked if !. ? had ra isona for deceiving iii" father and undi e.. satd .. ? lu..; b'il r... hmount ol urging could In jil, ? i im to tell what the) o'er. Arter recess the I'letrl, t-Atl imey Insisted upon an snswer, and the reply > am* ? i ihoughl mv father hal killed my mother, and l rlldn'l -van' 10 have airv c t.vd satlon With him ,,.,. n (he : ublecl Th" most d.imnglng point In hla testimony, how? ever, was his -tntement lhal while al work In the field he heard thi shot thal killed hla mother, and ? ??..- minutes later he aaw hla father drive isa) rr, ii the hotist Thi? ts tin* most important link In the -i.aia ot circumstantial evidence, sa the father .;,-, . ;, ?,? ia in Jordan al the Hr.-.*- of th.- tragedy. .lei,ni.. Hheldon, aged Hurt, en, the youngest of the ramil-., followed her brother. Bhe waa at school when Ihe tragedy happened, but she told of her father's aurlj lr. itmeui ot her mother and hla In? fatuation with the hired girl, Ella Sullivan. The court t ? ,k a r, ese ,t 5 o'clock until to-mor? row Ma) Sheldon, the twent) one-year-old dmigh. >.-r who haa i.n the mosl pronounced againal her fat her, will <?' on *he uti nd to*im*rr a ? FOUR lois LOST f.V 1 RAILWAY wreck. Arllngl n, I D . F b I \ wreck occurred cn the Northwestern Rails yal Isp nt at tilt lost even , which foui ;?? r - ..-?-.? killed and a large number wera njured I ? killed wai R Adding !. i . 'tor r I- Hossc, brakeman; John Loft ia ,: Klamei sun;-'. Harria, of Arlington Tha train srhlch waa wr ked wai unable to -ake the i ;.. rack. I ? " ' 8 being clogged with Ice The engine : . rain al ? ? ??? ;. tai ? .. ?ar. eomph ? '? wreek na i* ll RECK IN W li HW EN HARROR. New Havan, Conn., Feb. .1 For the first time In V-. .n years a vessel wi t ta pie -es in the local rur ...r th - Tl ?? bcI ooner Angler, owned in Imlthtown, S v . nnd bound foi New-London, from PeunsylvBn i, with a cargo of coal, pur into thi ,,,i , u- | -? Fr Ida) a- I waa driven n?n..!.- ..rr .,. , milln i ? ? ? ls) he haa . ? en . u. ri if thi arsvea snd thi Ice and thia morning ,. i poi t sldi ; ?' aren Irmolished She la *x,..-.?;. i io I-..,I. Iii two ii ani minute Bhe Ilea lal on the bottom of Ihe harbor, Riled with water, ind h.-r carno of cool Im* been washed out by u>? rave* HOWLING FOR THE SPOILS. MACHINE MEN PLAN TO "VF.ltTlir.oW Tin: COMPETITIVE SI STEM. ODELL wt. LBXOW POXntB OVgB a BILL WHim fj DESIONED T.i ACCOMPLISH thii ! ' R t BOBE TAMMAKT IN THB BTHEMB TO I [l nRJMaAPB to THB TPint'NK ] Albany, Peb, :: The Cons nation's i n-mand that tha eiamlnatlona for (Lues lr. the rivil service shall be c impi tltlve is b .the ring th- RMB who wish t" evade it a Den i.i.m of getting around it was disclosed to .la . In which leading polltlciana of both parties i irentl to he engaged, Th- statement waa ma4e thal Obbj" grcssman Benjamin B. Odell, Jr., cha rman e.f the Executive Committee of th- Republl in s-.tt- Committee, who, In the abm nee f Be5atoa> elect Platt, is in charge of the Republican ma* chine, had advised thal a gene ral bill be framed "ii beat the Constitution," and thal there? fore Assemblyman Reinhard's Mil giving 1'le trict-Attorney Oleotl authority t i nam.- his .wn clvll-servlce examtnera ahould be laid aside. Whatever Mr. Odell's adv! e may havi '.n. the Reinhard Mil waa laid aalde under the |.r> t.\t r tr rt r there vhs a mistake in it. and if rea t'it 11 aaed. ".M.." druber is said to be a-;- Hy grii ????'l over the fate of hla ma terplece and to hope that lt may yet be taken nj. and pa d. i.:r yera a-h i are -li acquaint! 1 arith the e'on sttt'i;'. .11 aaj tint th- bill la plainly unconstlta> t ."..-.' Mr. Odell, it is Bald, had ;? i:<'<u wita Senate* Lrxoa on the subject of a'hipplng this il-vii "f competition around a stump, and ns ? re j.,,u the Benate Judicial*) Committee -.?-?itv ap? pointed a sub-committee, - nslstlng of Benatofg Lexow, Krnrn and Cant r, to dre*, up t ll to defeat the i-nrp ??? ? f ih- Constitution and throw open the .I.".rs of ever*] B at '.ni city depart* nifnt tn Hip spoilsmen. The fact that Bi nator Cantor is io serve on tlii-e committee ls a sufll* clent Indication that Richard Croker Intenda t.i give, i-.is .if.! t.i th- attack on th- Constltutl n The Asse-mi.iv Judiciary Committee la ??el'- > to name three membera of th- pn p >sed conti renee to bring hi...nt a revlaion of the Civil f- ivlce laws. An .T'-nir'f will ba made to commil <i ?'? n ? Black t" tin I i'l t" i ?? drawn ?;;' by tb se - - I In the piracy, Mr Black In his annual metieage said that th,- ? ;vii :? ?:?? , ? regula iv..ni.1 w- .rk better if thej had less stan h" in ri- m. and this upi ?--' .-. raia aa inti pt '? l by til. -poll imcn, ??-.??? ana thai I ?'??? tlon of the present rules rc r C examlnatlo.is. iv-iM. Mr. Ulrick rn ; I ? more conaerv itlve aftei he i 1 the vi.--.vs of ihe ii- ida t State depart ni re ; ? ? ling 'he workings of the Civil benlee laws Hi ls Bald to hnv. >? llclted such opinions ? few days. Mr B r iv li la aald, will hai. a conl r* ence with the !? idlng Republican State officials next v. ? k li- aili consult Mr. Palmer, Secre? tary of State; Controller Ro ii-. Attorney-Oen . ral Hancock, Btate Tre isurer t' iii In, Btate Kn* glneer Adams, Oeorge VV Aldridge, Superintend? ent of Public ivories, and Pr ed< ri k D, Kilburn, Superintendent of the Bankli .r !?? partme nt, and obtain from them the i -?;?? ting tho merits and demerits of thc preaeni Civil Service laminations it la probable also that the Gov* e-rneir will hold consultations '.vitii th- i-,a ling Republican members of the Legislature "n the same subject. Edward Lauterbai h, the chair. man of the Republican elenora! Committal*] of New-York, and C ngressmsn Odell, it ls rs ported, aili be here nexl week to tush the fctfl to abolish competition f r Civil Service places One reason why it has proved aa difficult to frame a bill which would cripple the i-oni,.-titive system is that the r-onrts have so resolutely up hflel th- Constitution, The recent declsloaj cf Justice K-iarh. of tho Supreme Court, ims benn .?sp-, lally a bar ti drafting ii hill of this < harar ter, hut th- hope is now expressed that the Ap? pellate Division will overrule Justice Keogh's de - sion. *> - 7110 WORKMEN KULKI) BY FALLS, FATAL ACCIDENT OM TUP! MEW ASTOR HOTEL BUILDING AND ns ONI AT BROADWAY AMD BLRECKER-gT. Berna! 1 Jansen, -f So. 1,123 St Marir*s-ave.. Rronk lyn, Prank S. Hsrrtron, of Englew d, N. .1 . and Edward Meade, who live* in Oreenwlch-ave., (n thia .;?>-, vv. -.- || -v -i; ???; ? :.? ,v ?? ' ? '. -g nt Thlrty-fourth-st, arni Fi i .-,- ? al ?' ?: ? ? k y.-a?<.r. day athen Jansen, who .vi- si work on rh- third - ry in li gi ig a lt I a arlndow, f-ll to the pavement, a dletan ? of neatly forty-five feet. Ha i.-l h - acreama Ba he i it hi? f-itlng and looked o il In time io -? hla ba ly ?-r:k- the pavement. Dr. Ousley, who esme with an nmriu i.iri? I'r.im Bellevue, pi ; Jansen des l. and had lia body removed to the Wea ThlrSetb*et ?tatton Jaiwen aaa en aaslstanl fi re.man and ?*? ronalda red a careful man. Jami** Bonner, a colored window-cleaner, thirty eag ?' N IIS Wi al Thirty** . l-sl . v .a I i raterday while working n t . g bull >ng , h been const i ?? I -".i... ecr-nar ol Broadway and Bleecker-ft., the si-- ot 'ho old Kmplre link thai waa d itroyed by fire on eli itoE :-?' :: oner fel. f> m a window on - ie aaaa* enth i' or an I va.i- ? uah. i to i nh n the sid -? ?lk, every bone In h's body being broken. Bal .tk>re '.--?; ?, sn Italian pedler, vin I.vis al Sa 258 FJIiaa*. asa passing ? ro gh Bleecker*st. a tea Bro I . Ths latter'* shan it ruck I Ita in lead a I i ii i him "pinning - - r . - i,.. walk, a Ital ince of eight fa ? I The [tail in a latalne 1 ii .-, a.;. around Bonner'a i..iiv lav ? i norn* -.-no ,,n the I'.tlewalk, aurrounded by a crowd, .-? ? wu r< moved Policeman McOl In. t tnt Mulberry-ii station, wa- .n Ktttadway and Bleecker-ai when tha fatal accident occurred. He did riot i. ?,j man fall, but beard his body crash a*:..:n-t tha -'le ?v.tlk. He st ono* telephoned r> St, vlncen 'a Hob. pita for in ambulance, [t waa ni: needi i for the negro, aa he had been Instantly killed, D p it) c .?* Cortright, going to f';'..-o Headquarter, pasaed hm r-f.>t where the negro'* I -Iv ;1V ,,,, r:,.- - lefslk a few minute ? afr-r the. accl lent h ippa n l He < -tiered that I* be .-.-iv-eareel with aomethlng and tl n ? ie on* , kera be k?;.r from croa-iini: around lt The bodv ?.is later removed to the Mulberry-ai atatl ? 70 /.ll .4 CABLE TO ll 1177. hw.*- mr CAPITAL BTOCK op Tim rr-; ti--ur ni s*a ALRSADT PAID WOE. Albany, Wah .1 The in ? i Btatea ind Hiv: t-i? graph and Cable Company af Xew-York City to day filed arith the Ba rotary >f B ate i certlfl ate of payment e.f one-half af Ita capital ???-?k of }:>. ag, The certlficau ls signed by rjeorge Clapp tott. Charles K. Merritt, Albert Beck and Edward C. Platt ? ? LIGHTENING THE BEOOELYN. tut; i*Itr (.-KR HOT I.IKFI.r TO I.FAVK ItKU inKS> but poarnog ri>k skvkum, datb fhrster. Penn.. K- h o The-r- v.-.is a lively 1 -i*tJo e.n board and around the eruleor Brooklyn ai her anchorage al Maroua H-ok t-.i v Captain Sar? gent, of the Crampa, who will repair the damagoi bottom e.f the i/eaael, ts in comatand af tha unloaaV irg- sf the jaiitj-. Late yesterday afternoon a dlvsg descended to ascertain the \r ni af tl ? fiaaaage to bottom, .-.n.l be reported to Captain Cook thia morning. Owing to ths difficulty i-i reaching the cruiser from ths shore ihe nature of tbs dlvet*B report could aol bs learned. Ths i ? Mill i-i ked between the PenaaylVsnls ahore snd the reseat, rp to this tiri..- aboul one hundred ind fifty tons oi coal nava been unloaded Captain lergeni s.-iyg ? los lona of coal will I rik- . rr .-. ? -?~'t, in addition to "1 l tors of .it. mu ni'.lon. .i;:il if ne.vf*. -.iv. the -tore* win ni.-o bs unloaded in order to lighten the -ehli" twa feel near!-, tn-., tho ll - '. I.^na ?rill hiv. t. ba removed Csptaln Cook says that h- COUld mike the I,.-mr., I ",: N.ivv Yard, wher- the Brooklyn trill ba >i kt ;. ender ht* >wn neem and without lightering, bul that it win aaag time t.. unload at Marcus Hook, and thus preveag poaalble dela) ar league laland The iii-.klyn i. a -,f- anchorage ai Marcus Hook between the i*e piers, snd Ihi discipline of the. ihlp ' -- not i?ea Interfered arith, Tne rruleer will nan a-.-, a warp until the iaat of the week at least, If tin weaihgr ? uni .[..ii -I-- ran ea*ll> inak.- ihe trip. Lui lt ...ifni if lt will be ..ti. mpted .: lhere ta a dangeroui Ice pack The lighterage waa resumsg t.i-ilav. and the how of the -nils, r was liv.- In.-hes hlnh-r OUI Of 'he water rhU morning One hua tli.-.I nie-ii are ul wurk unaler expe-rleiu-ed etev*> dores.