Trenton Times, February 17, 1890

Trenton Times

February 17, 1890

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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VI IT. NO. TKHNTON, MONDAY AVTKliNOON, FKBKUABY 17, 1890, JACOB'S TRIPLE CRIME. He Shot Two People and Then Couimitted Suicide. A DIAMOND SMUGGLER'S REVENUE A Maw Tort Traced? In Wbloh Treachery, Lore, Deipair, tatributluB and Revolver Flayed a Prominent Fart Two One Dying. YORK, Feb. 17. TSUSC Jacob, iged 46, and killed Herman of M Hirtga- street, about 5 o'clock Bimdnj then shot and perhaps wounded Koyozinsky's wife, and finally ihol hlmnelf dead. The tragedy was the result of aii old quarrel between mea It If ild Jacob onca smuggled worth of diamonds Into this country, and, becom- ing frightened, placed them in bands for e keeping until it should be to of them but he mitred Royo- rinaky for them the latter refused to account for them A Disappointed Lover, It Is also said that Jacob, who was a man. man, made lore to Royo'lnnlji's niece iMjtil he was forbidden to visit the family more. Despite these events, however, Jacob Royozlnsky met occasionally and ti-d business Early Sunday morning Jacob called at Royozinaky's roomi in tiie tenement 54 Ridge street and awoke telling him to come out to the stable, as some one was trying to steal the houo which used in .Aprcoaman. Royozinsky accompanied Jacob to the stable, which is In the ol Ho. 47 Ridge street Re Shot Husband and Wife. When the men reached the stable yard Jaocb drew a revolver and shot Royozinsliy through the heart. He then went back to Ho. 54 shot Mrs. Royozinsky, who wai Just coming out of the house, having because her husband had gone nith Jacob, whom she nislrusted. psi-etrated her neck and lodged in her back. ran down the street screaming, and did not full nntil she reached the Delancey street polirtfl ptAtlon IVfpnnwhile her son, Otto, 18, had sprung out and pursued Jacob, who fled nntil he reached Broome street, he turned and aimed the revolver at Otto. The Last Shot. boy dodged behind a wagon, ooeing two puUcemen iimnipg up to au __ t him, placed the revolver to hin o fired and fell dead iu the gutter, Flayed Him Fain. OB person was found a long, rambling to the effect that Royozinsky and everybody else with whom he had had thing to do sioce he came to this con" try cheated and robbed him; that the he had engaged to look after hij in. taruts played into the bands or Timiiiea; that Ma owu wife had robbed him, aold him out and throrvii him into the street; that he was sick, destitute and del perate, and had finally decided to take the law into his owu hands Atthehospitnlitisnot yetknoviu whether Mrs. Royozinaky can recover or not. Hei wonnd is very ssrioiiR, and she will probably dlB, Sawtelle Tragedy. KOCHBMIT.R, N. H Feb. Thousands of people have vis- ited the locality where the dfameor bered body of Hiram A was nnearfh There were no startling develop- ments during the day, but manj minor matters have boenbronghl to light, strength- ening the chain of evidence The body was fully Identified by Mrs. fjtwlelle, the murdered man's wife. Th Mlllinj, rompany'n flouring mill 1ms Imrp-d, a low of TALMAGE'S NEW CHURCH. He BU Congregation How to Bulie the Hecessarj Fundi. BBOOKI.YN, Feb. Dr. Talmage addressed his congregation yesterday on the ubject of the new Tabernacle, and said would be needed in addition to the now in the treasury. "We pro- be added, "to raise it iu this way: I vre become editor of The Christian Herald nd neit week I tate that chair. The first subscriptions to that paper will be paid to the treasurer of the Brooklyn Taber- icle, if obtained this year, or as m- ny of hem as aro obtained, and that is tl o way will build the church." He urged his learers to subscribe and to induce otaers to lo and continued: "As for myself, I subscribe a year of serv- coa without any salary. I do not propose o beg and implore and beseech as ministers generally do when building churches. I Lid that for the two previous churches we built in Brooklyn, and the anxieties aud worriments nearly took my life. I canuot do it again. If the people want me to preach in Brooklyn they will build the church. If they do not want me to preach in Brooklyn they won't. Why build so ex- pensive a church! Because nothing is too food for the Lord, and because it is to be in immense building, holding people, in the main auditorium, and a lecture room and adjoining rooms, which will hold more, arranged so as to be opened into rhe main auditorium A FATAL AFFRAY. loBghi Break Dp a meeting and Shoot One Man Dead. JjcrFKKSONVIT.T.K, Ind Feb. 17. A Farm, irs' alliance of three adjoining counties was organized and entertainment given last night in the little town of Lexington. Some of the of the surrounding country attended with the intention of breaking up the alliance, and they interrupted the speakers by letting windows down with a crash. William Bolles stopped their pro- ceedings. Sheridan Stoner aud others of ;he crowd went outside, but returned, Btoner having put a pistol in his overcoat pocket The gang stood around Stoner with pistols in their hands, and taunted Tollns, who finally broke a bench leg off nd struck Stoner, who retreated shooting. A wild panic ensued, ladies fainted and several attempted to jump out of the win- dowsand over the banisters. Bolles fell, shot through the heart, while FFanlt Wells, of Saluda, was shot through the elbow. Mrs. Bolles went into convulsions, and dur- ing the confusion Stoner escaped, after knocking dowu George Shea, a pi ominent teacher, who interfered. The strangest thing is that he passed through Kabb in the moi uing and to a crowd of forty related the affair, yet he was al- lowed to go on unmolested. He is still at large but a sheriff's posse is after him. Mra Bolles is in a condition. Did the Mormons Do It? SAT.T LAKE CITY, Feb. few days before Christmas the Utah commission's offlco ifAV ttjttii ed b> H and HII un- successful attempt made to steal the books and papers. The Utah commission is the body having charge of all election matters in this territory, and keeps all the records pertaining to elections It was generally supposed that the Mormons were at the bottom of the attempted burglary, for they were desirous about that time of procuring the registration books if Friday the Mormons began their contest in the Third district court to compel the Utah commission to to their candidates for the city council from the Third and Fourth precincts of Jhii city certificates of election. have the majority of votes in this pre- cinct, and if the court decides that precinct connt for councilman instead of the general vote of the city, the Mormons would have six out of fifteen councilmen. The case was set for today for a hearing, but the opinion prevails that the old law is still in force and that the precinct vote will not connt Friday night another attempt was made to steal the records, but as the im- portant papers are all in the safe deposit vault of the Union National bank, nothing of consequence was obtained. The burg- lars, however, stole the gold watch of Gen. McCler.ivid and To walk Miles. WABAHH, Tnd., Feb. agieement for a notable pedentrlan match was dra in thto city, the parties thereto being J. S. of Boston, and J. W. McDonald, of New York. According to the term> Haj rlman proposes to start from any city in Indiana which he may choose, wait to Ran Francisco and retni u, a sufficient nfn- to make miles, the trip to be completed within nTty-five No losl on account of sickness or accident to be deducted. On bin ability to perform the featHaulman ban Jaid a (vager of with Mr. McDonald, and forfeit hag boon deposited by each of the men nith C. A. Buckstaff, of Miiwanlmo, The specifics that Rvriman must start leu ffrfu Ajull 15, au.uw. nied by two guards selected by himself and McDonald. He expects to use the public highway! where practicable on the trip, but through the will take to the Indlani Dying by Wholesale. Bninviotfi, Minn Feb. 17. Reports from Mllje lake, in advance of the visit commtalon headed by Dr. Howee, are of a vo-y alarming character as to destitution The latter largely the grip, but boon, it is aald, (ingdlarly quite equal to an epidemic of pox. In some" cases whole Ancampmente hafw boOudOwU and not enough well Indiana to feed the sick, even if they had food, which they have not The hesd chiefs wer aid from the government in. to sent to Washington bu none hud yet come. An estimate places the d.atha at forty or fifty. Mo Says tiie Minister. Nmwiwr, N. J.? Feb. 17.-Rev. J. G Hammer, Jr., pastor of the Winkllfle by lerian church, a circular to oongi cgatkm decrying the of ohm el The circular .JU forth hi belief that the church ought to be ntiHwd the conversion of souls. The circular ci eated gteat excitement amonf memhei. of the church, aoorted. Some debate on the resolutions of Mr. Canouer and Mr Hit! irovidiug for discussion aud otmg on the wo World's fair bills. "Mr. C indlur's reso- utiou iets apart Tuesday aud Wednesday 'or disuussion and Thursday for voting, while Mr. Hitt provides only for one day ol discussion (Tuesday) with voting on the next day. A majority of members seem to )eiu favor of having at least twu days dis- cussion, aud for this leason Mr Caudler's iroposition has the better chauce of being agreed to. There is a possibility of a deadlock on the question at issue, and in the ovout of this it cannot be said with accuracy how the rest of the week may be consumed Friday it jrivate bill day and naturally will probably devoted, as Saturday was, to the eulogies on deceased members. The appropriation committee expects to have tho pension ap- propriation bill ready to report to the house on Tuesday. The Mod Vivendi. WASHINGTON, Feb. 17. Secretary Elaine and Sir Julian Pauucefote, the British min- ister, conferred on the subject of the expira- tion of the modus Vivendi permitting Amer ican fishermen to enter Canadian waters. It is understood that Secretary Elaine is in no aaste to renew the agreement. By the time the fishing season begins in May it is be- lieved that a satisfactoi v settlement of the controversy will have been concluded. The secretary insists that rigorous measures shall taken to prevent a repetition of the out- rages perpetrated by Canadian vessels upon American fishermen. Until such a stipula- tion is secured from the English government there is no likelihood of a resumption of the modus Vivendi. To Try the Vesuvius. WASHINGTON, Feb projectiles for the new trial of the Vesuvius have arrived at Newport, to ba filled with gun cotton The navy department has decided that o full compliance with tho terms pf the con tract demands that each gun throw 200 pounds of actual explosive one mile. The test of last October was made with that weight of sand and sawdust. The ordering uf fiplusive gelatine from Glasgow wjuld, consume several months' time, and gun ton has bcon submitted. The_ final trial of the Vesuvius will take place in a few Troy After a Building. WASHINGTON, Ftb senate com- mittee on public buildings and ground lots had under consideration the bill increasing the appropriation for a building at Troy, N. Y., from to but la waiting to hear fnim Senator Hiscock as to the necessity for the increase. Tho appro- priation for this building was increased last year, and tho committee is disinclined to establish the precedent of a second in- crease. SHE SANK IN TWO MINUTES. A Steamer Scuttled by an Obstruction. Onn PuNHengnr Drowiitd. JACKSONVILLE, Kla Feb steam- er Ijouiso, of tho Jacksonville and Mayport line, ran into nn obstruction early in the morning near Hunter's Mill, on St. John'! river, and was sunk in two minutes One man was drowned, and the other and crew barely escaped with their lives. Th'o run from Mayport js only twicor thro; hours, and the passengers wuro all lying asleep about the cabin, with their clothes on. About half-post 1 o'clock the steamer suddenly crashed into some obstruction, supposed to bo a sunken lighter. Capt Floyd gives the following account of the disaster: "When the boat struck we rushed to the cabins, and called to the pas- sengers to make for the lifeboat The water rushed in so fast that the boat could not be reached, and we finally got on a life raft and cut it loose. This was on the hurricane deck, to which we had retreated. There wore ten persons on, the raft and myself and B. Hood in the water. I threw my arm over a stick of wood, which aided me in keeping above the surface. Wesley Evans, a young colored passenger, went down with the boat and was drowued. We were not in the water very long, for tho schooner Jesse W. Starr came to us and took us all in, The Louise was valued at A wealthj Citizen Blackmailed. Feb. success- ful attempt at blackmail, of which AmazHah Mayo, a wealthy citizen, was the victim, has just come to light. Last November Frank C. Algerton, who professed to be a enticed Mayo to his room, and nnder the pretense of receiving massage treatment Mayo was placed in a compromis- ing attitude. Alfjerton's confederate, George A Mason, broke in the door and, claiming to be a detective, put Mayo under arrest. Mayo agiood to settle the matter for half of which amount he paid. Algerton and Mason have bcon arrested. Mew Jersey's' Latest HOBOmn-N, N. J., Feb. Flattery walked along Harrison street, near Second street, yesterday, he discovered the body of a woman lying between two large rockfl. Tha face of the woman was partly buried in the mud and water. The body was that of a woman about 30 years of age, five feet three inches in height, and weigh- ing about ISO pounds, She was dark com- plezioned and had dark hair and gray She wore a black cloth jacket, white black waist trimmed with white braid, striped stockings, buttoned hue lately bcon repaired, and a black felt, nith velvet bow in front. She wore aboul her neck a scapular, indicating that she was a Catholic. Onto If yuU made up your to buy Hood's ftaiaparilin do not be Induced to take any other. A Boston lady, whose example Is worthy imitation, tells her experience below: In one store where I went to buy Hood's the clerk tried to Induce me their nd, above all, that tie are enabled to buatUo) Hamburg! at .poritively luwer than any New York rsMler ii able to offer to you, no matter who are, for we bought the-'- for ih, and are able to give Call and compete oor with any ethers and P. a Notice, we hereby give ...c notice that all the old and TjMbnll" 1MB, left for covering and mtut be called for within 80 from date or will be eold for ehvf WAUJS', Opposite City 3ook Job work Aone it fv i TUB

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