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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey                               011 turn VOU IX. NO. 250J, I'RKNTON, FK1DAY AFTMKNOOV, 1890. TWO SNOWING EVERYWHERE. Railroads in Pennsylvania and New York Warned NEW ItiGJUND WILL CATCH IT. Are Promised the Greatest Amount of Snow That Hag Been Given Ul In Any blugle Storm for Several Yean. Travel Stopped 1D gt. Louis. W AMUSGTOV Dec 26 signal ban reportH of Rfnmnj from all parti of the country, and at 8 o'clock night Innued the following special bulletin "Ihe present storm promises the great- eat amount of snow in any: single storm for several jeiirg Warnings were sent Thursday ruorumg to railways In Pennnyl and New York of coming heavy mows, which, during 1 riday, will to southern New England. From tbiaa to seven Inches of suow fell day in the Ohio valley the snow now extends from Indiana to Virginia Heavy easterly gales with snow aud low tem- perature aic xpected Friday from North Carolina to Isew kogland Ihe regular forecast later says that gen eral and lieavy snowfalls will occur In the Ohio valley aud middle Atlantic states aud will extend during Friday over the lower lake region to New England, and that easterly gales may be expected on the middle Atlantic and southern New England coaats during Friday and on the northern New hngland coast, Iriday night Heavy snow is promised generally throughout the eastern states, including NewJYork Travel Interrupted lu St. Louis. ST Louis Dec 26 the first time in three or four years Santa Claus was able to ride into St Louis m his slejgh T urge flakes of snow began falling Wednesday afterno jii and the storm still continues There is BIX inches on the ground and all travel is more or less interrupted The cable cars are bothered and the horse cars are almost al a standstill It Is likely that railroad trams will be considerably de- layed GISCIVNATI, Dec 26 began to fall early jesterday morning and continued ail  eV, when they broke away and begun f r nj; nt him The officer shot John and Peter diad and Michael was captured He ma) be lynched They bad terroi izetl the luinbei camp for a long time The nmisluil himself up more null timnts Against I'lettvman CHICW.O Dec Iii addition to the general indictment returned agamst Bank er Prettyman ab( nt two weeks ago the grand juiy has leturne I seven more One of them was an omnibus indictment cov ering all the featuiesof his case, and the others were individual indictments for re- ceiving deposits when the bank was in- solvent Ihere are three counts in each tedlitmenu 1'UWOLII Absolutely A of term baking powrter. nt of all in Imeuinf IT. Bcpurl, 17, liHfl. High INSANITY AND DEATH It Iteaultid fr im n St nti IK e ritten m the Blackboard COLUMlll1- Ind Die Ai Strai ge cir euniHtai tea have elevfkiped ling the sueldeu insanity uutl death of M s Parkj a handsome school teaelitij IByeara old Htrmolber Mrs Pterl hus mulged i the secret confided to her by tin daughter on the day w hen the sj niptoniH of the lat ter's disturbed mental eouditlou were first discovered It appears that the KH I 1 id been wrecked bv. the act of some uukiu w n per Bon connecting the name of her f i her HI a criminal way v ith what ts known as the Park massacre Un the nioiiiing re 1 ferred to wliea the young teaehef entered her cchoolioom shediseovei d i pou the j blackboard, written in a bold hand a sen teuce charging Marun Paik, her father, with the murder of his rela lives, a crime comniltrEit twintj sears j ago She hurriedly erased the erne 1 cl urge 1 but It bore so heavily on her mind that It soon cauted aberration and death (The when It too place, a score of years before was laid to three colored men, who were arrested and lodged In jail at the county seat, whence they weie taken by a mob and hanged to a tree II father of the joung school teacher is aim jst wild with grief at the loss of his daughter ai d the connection of his name with the niassacie Peculiar Accident lu the Metropolis NEW "t ORK, Dec 28 -A remarkable ac cideut occurred ye tet ay afteinoon at Eleventh avenue and r 11} fourth street, which resulted in the death of an unknown woman As Off! er Hjrues of thelwent) second precinct was patrolling his heat ou Eighth avenue it about 3 o clock a rather hhabbilj dres ed woman approached him un ler the m fiuence of liquor After HHJU ring the way to forty second passed on, but had proceeded on 1} a few feet when she toppled and fell The officer ran to her assistance, and finding the woman nn conscious he rung for an ambul nice Ihe Roosevelt ambulance icsponded with Dr E. G Blair, who after an examination pronounced the woman dead In falling, her hat pin acomrno sleel one had been driven about three mehtM into the brain, resulting in instant death Ihe bodj was removed to the station house Parnrll and the Priests Dec Mr Parnell in an m terview hefjre leaving this citv said he knew beforehand that Ihe earning of tne Kllkeniu election w is almost hopeless in view of the character of the opposition that he had to meet The conductor the priests, he thought, was verj blamable They brought a pressure to bear without which the masses of the people would have voted differently Had the people been allowed to extreme their own judg ment without mtimilanou, they would have sustained Mr Paruell It was hardly m keeping with the functions of the priesthood to hold over their flocks threats of spiritual lies for the exercise of individual judgment m political matters A Brutal Itrnokljn Policeman BROOKLYN Dec Si Patrick Mckpon of the Delaware aveni f station, late last night brutally assaulted Henry Scheeron of New York while fecheeron was visiting his uncle McKeon was sup- p" to uaty at time, but went into the Scheerou hot, e where he was ac- quainted, and joined m the Christmas festivities He quarreled with young Scheerou and knocked him senseless with bis club Later, when his victim went to the station house to prefer charges, Mc- Keou pounced upon him and beat him brutally He was still clubbing the man when a number of other policemen sepa- rated them McKeon was suspended pending Investigation A Bright Boy's sad Death. CAMDEN N J, Dec W Hewitt, the 16-year-old son of W J D Hewitt, inspector of the Isassau Gas Light company, of Brooklyn, was drowned ester- day afternoon while skating on pond, at Haddonfield Mr Hewitt, who was on a visit to his son, was nearly drowned in endeavoring to rescue him Young Hewitt was a cadet at Riley's Mili- tary academy and would have graduated year To Preu the Clot urn Bill. WASHINGTON Dec. 56 sena- tors are more determined than ever to put through the cloture rule They immediately after the holidays to force the flght for its adoption The sooner dis- position is made of it the sooner can the federal elections and the financial reli-f bills be passed The rcapportionment bill may not be taken up until after the two measures just named have been v oted npon Miners Make it Demand. ALTOONA Dec 26 miners of the central Pennsylvania coal regions have served notice on the coal operators, de- manding a change m the price of mining from gross to i to 60 cents net ton anda new working scale of prices which they want to go into effect on J in 1 If the demands are not granted the men to tbe number of 15000 will quit work on the first of the year Sjmpnthy Only for Portugal. LISBON Dec powers, replying to the note of Foreign Minister Borage complaining of the action of the British South African company m Mamcaland, express sympathy with Portugal in her South African difficulties but i dvise her to avoid a collision with the Bntisbau thorities theie pending a diplomatic solu tionof the dispute Judge Hlnen Prostrated by Apoplexy. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind Dec has been received here by relatives of prostration of Judire Cyt us C Hines, for thirty years a resident of this citj and for fifteen vears the law partner of President Harrison, by an apoplectic stroke that is regarded as fatal Judge Hmes is now at his home m Ludlow, N H Seven Paaiengerii Injured. Guir-Nul i, Ind Dec 88 head end col- lision occurred last evening on the Iowa Central railroad, near this place, between a freight and passenger train Seven pas- sengers were seriously injured Ihe engl neerof the passenger train jumped and Is believed to be fatally injured A Noted Prlent Dead DUNKIRK, N Y Dec 26-The Very Rev Benedict Murname, provincial of the Passionist order in tbe United btatcs died of congestion of the lungs. He wns born in Ireland about forty six years ago Ihe funeral will take place on Sunday next Hnghon Out on Ball. NEW YORK, Dec J6-Lawyer William D Hughes who wns arrested Wednesday night ou the complaint of ex Mayor Pen dleton, of Tort Worth, Tex for forgery, was releaseed In 000 bail laat night v Do not have taken a cold, to get a bottle of Hires' ronuh Cure It mftv gavA you dire cOnneqnenceB Make a note of tbli 10 m not to forget It reoorrred in a few n li the Bailor. CHRISTMAS IRAGEDIES. Scenes of Bloodshed Enacted on the Great Holiday. MIKDUtS, ACUULMS, SUICIDES. niihaul Gilllvuua fight to the Death ID a New Livery Stable St. Paul Domestic Tragedy Inceutllary Murder in MUhouri Other UirUtinas t NLH Dec 26-Mithael Galhvan, propnetui of the at iurt} fifth street killed James Cumnaugs, a cab driver antl hhot another cabman named Ldward Hurlej through the clieek while defending lamiM-lf in his oflice jesierdaj afternoon Before (jalh van drew hia revolver upon Huik> and they had brol eu km none with a balw stick, dragged him about the floor kicked ID four of hia ribs blackened hia eyes and broken two of bin front teeth The flrst shot fired by Gallivtui struck m the left eye passing into the brain and killing him lUbtatitlj The sec- ond shot struck Hurley in the cheeK and lodged m hi-i mouth, from which he after ward bpat it out Both of G a sailants were dtscliarbed emplojes audit is alleged that Sullivan owed them money which he refused to paj (jalhvan and Hurley were taken to K imvelt hospital m the same ambulance and wabbuh sequently taken to the station house St Paul a Domestic Tragedy ST PAUL Minn, Dec lesterday Silos Micktl (colored) killed his step daughter Emma McLeod, and dangerous- ly wounded bia wife then bhot himself dead The tragedy took place at No 73 Nineteenth htreet to have rebuked from a quarrel growing out of MickeJ refuMii0 to live with her bus band Itiere was no witness to the t rag edy Mrs Mickel was shot in the ahdo tutu and had her throat cut, while Emma McLeod was stabbed five times m the body Several hhota had been fired at her, but the btaba w ere enough to cause death Mis Mic kel was scut to the hospital and is Mill alre butxcry low Mickel was found Ij mj, on hiB back in the kitchen m apjolof blood, with a revolver in each hj'iid aud a hole in the side of his head, through which his 1 ramjf were oozing shots had been no one in tt e neighborhood htard a bound Incendiary Mnrder Charged HOLDPN Mo, Dec 26 house of Suniuei on Fifth street, was buined tithe ground jesterduj morning VH the liftmen ainved ou the scene one Mdt of the Injure fell out aud bj the light I tin fire the} saw Mr Malone and John his brother in law ciiwlmg toward a uoor in then bt 'room attempting to t c ipe 1 hen the i n t fell in and the un t ituuate 11 tn were hidden trom sight 11 tii chirred b dies were found ID the ru is It is believed Malone and Hicks wtit tue house robbed and then u lift- Ii vestigation is being made OiiiiKiH Her Hunbaua -with Murder Dec J6- a col ere i imir was arrested charged w ith hia wife Enza. Mrs t Id the police that ner hubband was a intuderer at d a fugitive from justice from bu b C where he had shot and killed a colored man named Prince Rob- trtbou November Basn admitted that he 1m 1 killed a nmii, but said that it was done accidentally and thuta coronet's jury had c him Inspector Byrnes te tgraphed to feumpter asking if wanted there Deadly Affray Between FORT SMITH Ark Dec 26 holiday fes iMties cpeiied at Sweettown, L T, luesday night in a shooting affray be- tween two officers Deputy Marshals Binge of this district, aud David Koss, of the court, quarreled over the question of jurisdiction, both claiming au tJionty to arrest a party, and concluded to settle it with pistols lu the melee a worn uu by the name of Ray was fatall) sljot uml it is thought that Bin0e is seriously wounded Killed While Performing His Dnty. BlRMTivGHAM Ala Dec 28 Harris a justice of the peace in the western part of this count} was murdered yesterday a negro named ill Poe. Ihe justice had issued a warrant for the arresl ofi'oe, aiioTbkVrng no constable at hand served it himself The negro sur rendered, but when V> illiams attempted t-o handcuff him he struck the justice on the head with an ax crushing in husskull The murderer fled nnd has not been ar rested Maggie May Be a Murderer JERSEY CITY Dec 26 Maggie Murphy aged 20 at ompanicd Edward McDermott into a saloon on Morgan street, and soon the pair quirreled over some matter They came to blows, and she picked up ft hatchet which la} near, fell ing her companion with it McDermott was knocked by the blow He was taken to the hospital wheieheis to be dangerously wounded Drowned Wlille Skating AKN ARBOR With Dec Miss Ger trudt> M of Pntchogue L I and I L D tkniBon of Dubuque la the former a freshman in the medical depart ment and the latter a junior in the homfce pathic school, were drowned while skating on the rmr about two miles from the city Their bodies have not yet been recovered A Dec A nmnwhoisHup posed to be Htnry Lrnst committed suicide in Union square last night by shooting himself He die 1 withm twenty minutes nt the New York hospital From papers found in his possession it is learned that he was at one time in the Prussian in faiitiv A lierpnvml a Suicidal Act SAN DM oo fal Dec An Austrian noble naintd Bnron Bansse bchochkopler d at National City yestenlny Shortly iftet he (had hffs wife asked outsiders to leave the room She then drank a 4uanntv of chloroform and carbolic acid It is belu cannot recover n Poltopmaii NnitVOLK Vn Dec 36 E Brady jestirdav sliot and killed Police man CaUutt Brady nan diunk and shot Caltutt her iusf> he Hfused to arrest a aegro Brndj u rested A I onlrtlnnii Uxorclde BATON R th ing to eat or drink or no sleep for four nights Ihe Atlanta is a total loss She was owned m San Francisco Impaled and Beheaded LONDON, Dec dispatch from Shanghai states that the savage tribes of Formosa have again broken out in rebel lion against the Chinese authority on the island and gained advantages over the imperial troops A Chinese captain and several soldiers captured by the savages were afterward found impaled and be headed near the their capture 1 he garrison on the island is being strength ened Socialist Paapo's Funeral BRUBSFLS Dec 26 funeral of Mmedy ll e 1 c I s r working thro i )i l Impurity w! I li i dliease, and pf1 Hood s s lla catarrh when tl 11 f r Stuffed M "I will say I I l yean u 11 h t disease, 1 rtllinniitl n 1 t that cm I i] dr i up f up mother nlu h of health ai I i Tin i 11 onitttutlonM ariltn wbloU,  rlM Lownll MMi. Dollnr THE LAR6EST and MOST ELEGANT LINE CONFKCTIONKKY i-1 HOT -I i Will be found at -2-S Camera's New Confectionery, NEXT DOOR TO 8TREFT NATIONAI BANK The largest and moat ol (rant line of r'amly Boxen R iltahle for Inch] ling thn ramonn McDonald sllvr r Box of II ifll in N.-W Yoik B 0 E hocolfttm and H in Bonn will 5e found hore at prloen from 2io up for one pound box dou le prlofl for double None as fine an 1 chpaplnthoHty (andy Toys t nd Mixtures at reuueod rates 3ome and isc bpfore you liny Wishing you a Mirrv C hrlntmas and a very Happy New Ypar with po full of money, I remain yonr most obedient nor vant, Angelo Camera, 306 SOUTH BROAD STREET, TRKNTON IfKK.Il Qljlt n u i t 1 ice din ti I 1 l i i n u gi eat s l ill u il i 11 er an till i e i p i the pro u n 11 it 1 iliu ui t i- 1 v I III il SL eia tiui s i il j M u v 10 ie[ iti 1 1 i 1 t s vs 111 builds a u 1 t u e l II i i I i I il 111 th I ty II M II H i i- 1 i U Inl It M H I i t I 1 VL i I i i II U MII t het li 1 i i I II n I tin n i is 1 l I 1 I I u i, 1 I 1 1 1 I I I I I 11 1 I 1 I 111 1 I! 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Enroll ut OIK e 1 >r cutulogue, address TI-T08 J, STKWART, Box 627, Trenton, N. J College Rooms, K> and 12 S. Kroad Street. We huve jnat rocnvtd a grand stock of jpautiftll Unilirdlas with all Ihe latest 'tylt B of hai d e inpdd nlver, nickel and i alural Btirk8 for ladipn and gentle mon also f r Bf hool chi  i Saw Mill, TRKNTOS N J HAD Jills MAN hn pantiof AMKRICAM CLOTHING TAILORING wonlo 20' hnw mnck wild whUtltd oni W> ulothiag Boy. aid wltk 11 fAILOR-MADE GLOlHINQ At n uh thn Philadelphia pricn. Our r. to-day SAMPI.F OVERi'OATS for i n aid SAMPLE 8UIJW, h MJ, Mtqnnrtcra foi Kail mil CLOTHING MADE TO i Ii Nit 
                            

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