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Trenton Evening Times (Newspaper) - August 22, 1896, Trenton, New Jersey Your There to which Kill boom busing like a food hard lilt printing la the but that will set the ball ol i Printing Houtt Advertising la Like Driving The Hist blow ft nail but must fallowed op he heud to Aive homo I he Evening i j in a 50 6 N J SATURDAY AUGUST 1896 i HIS I ha two Great WAIST H tra u rto r For ays Hf CU Waists at Forty-Nine Cts That were t Wrappers at Forty-Nine Cts That Wrappers at Seventy-Nine Cts at Ninety-Eight Cts Some in French lawns trim ined with silk luce that worn is made in and waists for these two days only because its utterly go on making such losses as these prices entail Colored Duck Skirts That Rich Brocaded Silk Waists That have sold for to v Brocaded Silk Skirts hat-huye Ift at lOc Per Yard L full of plain and tured Persian and brocade gros and ribbons that sold at Entirely new put out for these two e last yon will ever see of Une lawns and lor 21 cents a yard and onr printed mer corsets for we prices It's Just bolore to take It in stock wo have to wite low to be we in we know whore wo stand Can a k or cloth cape if you can buy pile for pk quarter the price If can and try us tins Friday or Saturday Real ostrich feather boas will be sold dollars dollars taken off tho price of each of yon want a handsome black or silk or a flue black wool colored wool See what a price get one ut or tomorrow disposition Is to sell these of and gloves muslin underwear corsets belts and buckles and fancy soaps and perfumery things like these are an awful take in stock We would a any price than write them up you will come this Friday or we will a lew pairs of curtains for 50 a pair and some ice in proportion are writing this advertisement and you with Man one-half of Bales people on their vacation We know that be a little delay In waiting us We will H we cuir in waiting on and yon buy yoa will buy cheap to repay yon for any little cause delay M O A Latest Effect of Closing Licensed on Sunday Movement Gained n llm of the Ordinary oi Clubs Are to lie say lo a friend and although the day is Sunday and Jhe Excise Reform have pretty tlin regular saloons the couple referred to decd many couples and many crowds 11 ua -as and even more openly than was ever done under a regular license in the first or seventh day of tho week There -is a Jersey statute that a number of persons can organ themselves together for Intellectual and recreative and on that The the introducer of this measure lias been since for- ift that connection as least but order that may not be that the act under which the tion was large boor bottle room of which have availed of the provisions of the law Sour only place the of the club beef bottles or other glass ware can be found on a Sufi Jay 7 to club members by steward -on a Sunday withstanding the excise to the contrary for a seemingly sound Each member corpor Cation is a nrp bought by that ber pays something toward the total so that every one in the body owns a part oi the liquor He has already aird when it from tho on Sunday agreement already ou a when the contract was presumably legal a- point of view That io tho clubs Hie ceuter of the city and which contain members leading men and well known politicians of both and that is why the club parlor's so a Sunday Sometimes a few members humbly tate the parlor and get iu the same con- an rare and as social clubs in the town are Knn day ers were elected many organisations alleged to be at least iu part for Sunday drinking been certainly as an effect of the closing of Current is that iii these corporation hereto plauded there are clubs which do a itay and practically noth ing else so that who pay license money into he treasury are During the year from February 1895 to there all told prisoners of which were lined 438 ted for term in bail 142 -On sentence was suspended though they were technically guilty and they went away practically free to do 2.t Prisoners over to ties of Mute county Stute Hospital for the In- sane New York of the ner and morgue Patrolman James made other is still avoided and the city gets nothing for ILL A list of the recently formed social and Club of 15 H IMr president Christopher and George James Bonnet Freil Brandon trustees Social and Calumet Club of Mercer county June 22 Albert S dent George W Norton vice president secretary William secretary Louis B Swain Social and recreative Eclipse Social and Society of Mercer county July la M K Henry Davia vice 8 Brown W P Van Hum secretary Thomas Gaunon Social and recreative I July 31 C president Charles vice A S Hill j Combination Social Club August 1 Benjamin F Walton J dent Henry Kopp vico Jos P Hickey secretary treasurer Trenton Outing Cyclists August 7 Emberton Frank M Weichel treasurer W W Yohn secretary Joseph Eggert captain Social atiu Spring Lake Club August Peter Ronner president John vice president Joseph O'Neill Jr tary Joseph treasurer Social and recreative Social Club of Princeton Henty dent vice president Doc R Smith recording secretary Edmund G Drango financial Joseph James William Moore steward In addition to these clubs others in for social and tive nud other purposes have filed articles of Incorporation also and although it is not asserted that all or either of the foregoing or that follow sell liquor on Sunday it Is but fair to publish the names of all other societies which have been incorporated lince thn of the These others aw Retail Association T Republican Club St Patrick's Alliance No 1 Business Men's Cycle Club Garret A and Club Mutual Association Drink Cider IOUT OUR POLICE Latent Annual Report In a Con- lie Interesting Form The latest annual printed report of the Board of Police Commissioners has just cooie out f It cost to run the local There are 11 members of tho ment not considering the four 77 nf i two six two janitors patrol n chanceman a police surgeon a tondent of telegraph and fifty-six amount to about connected district since been district Qf tinder 10 From From 30 to JO 10 to 50 Jfiom From CO 72 70 to BO years li SOJo JO 2 These figures show that the young number of er 20 years of age were the 2 females 259 The patrol was called oun 102 times and the commonly known as accommodated with lo sleep cost during cold to March Fines and costs the Police Justices during the year amount to of which came Irom in First and 75 district There were as stated 438 persons for a those do not support selves Prom the can be allowed each one- sent paylor his keep No ono Is sent to the farm lor less than thirty days are hent for ninety days Allowing the minimum visit at the county home for law breakers it will be seen there is each fortho cents besides works proceeds to support them far other funds Van to the made visits to the sick and Advance The German McKinley and Hobart Club held a meetin-t'on-Thursday night of the members made was elected secretary to fill a vacancy The next mooting will be held on Wednesday night in It been decided Advance will meet next Tuesday night at the corner of and Home streets Conrad has served in the army has been selected as captain Air and Mrs will home tomorrow from their ding trip which has lasted since Miss of was united in marriage to Mr William Ibis ber at Columbia Hall Philadelphia The event referred to was a most notable one couples Jrom this city at- tended going down on Wednesday and coming back to Trenton mostly on the next day Miss Sarah Abrams of this city was honor and Mr Joseph was Mr Davison the well-known baker who resides or Water street where the couple will take up their abode He is a young and successful business man and is wMI liked by his many acquaintances in Trenton A Mr wheel It Stolen The widely circulated to the effect that the wheel be- to street reported stolen had been ered was misunderstood There were two cases of wheels missing at the wood harvest home one stolen and the by Hinted berg has not recovered his wheel yet Denth of Banker Phillips Moore Phillips an old and re- spected resident at his home there at an early hour this morning Mr Phillips was largely identified with the and Wau of the Hopewell National Bank To the System ynt gently when or or when the blood is impure or to to awaken the ami livor to a healthy activity or weakening them to culda or fevers of 1111 Of If fles Off bj the Laudanum OttiraLESS LIFE Connected Hud In n Hovel in After Drinking tht Contents of a Bottle of of the Suicide died at eight o'clock from the of a large dose of laudanum taken suicidal between Bis and seven o'clock last night and death the town loses one of its many unique characters man connected though a wreck in life Ilis funeral will take from Murphy's at n time hereafter ar- ranged About supper time last night lain was seen to go into Drake's grocery store and a few place at Murphy's Flats and addressed his Child wife the notorious Annie ann who by the police one nt I'D most notorious women in- i am through with this world here Good the contents of a small latter joining yard He then went to the and laid down Tho two depraved women who were sitting they thought of ihu matter the thing a joke but early this morning named a doctor as Chamberlain could not be aroused from his deep sleep Dr Stephens for but it late and otter last Constable John Ford found in the yard marked Woll's drug store of John J Tynan told a Traca man what seems W ire a cause tt which can reasonably be that on day night he was talking to said Irer had marriod ThP but I know she is bad cannot Oe much man but I like her and am to keep on living with her The marriage became and know his relat bns were cognizant of lie com- the tragic deed of last night Chamberlain was thirty-nine yoara of age and in his youth re and associated with in the best circles the mother is now the of a well-known citizen and by his wife who was an woman lias a daughter admirable now living with his respectable age The man who had tho lowest used to do odd jobs for the Opening of the Ntw anil Notable Attrition to the Old and Famous The Trenton House grill room quet hall and ladies dining rooai will j be opened on next Wednesday instead Of thus the Democrat f vention bavo an tional reason to is up to for the the Trenton House are little less than Trenton House was liorn iu hotel men and Lincoln Gillespie hava names for a timp Mr Pater ID nood Health he thinks it is about time iv little enjoyment and rest out of so the details of conducting ifie are looked after by soil red Katzenbach A was hrst printed in the M10 improvements were upon Bavaria December camn to thie in work at tiie Trenton House later attending the but every three months His living A few years afterward Mr became proprietor ths of Philemon Thomas In had rooms now it has 125 The hotel has been the as much as any Hotel Tn this country Things have been lively there from the time of and were the rooms of legislators in down to something year ago when William Joyce Sewell t -tion States and hotel is livelier in a po iWw than 1 ever before Not imt every kind of tue best can bo found nf Mr of the Owners Have to the Amounts y the ninety-three lowers week have not respecting more than one property will have to pay bat from Judge this in shows that following be those who will pay the largest benefits as far ab these ninety-three sewers are Samuel K Wilson Charles P J Charles E Green and James P i Bad Fire Alarm llox James Fire Alarm Co of Boston visited Trenton yesterday and id company with Assistant Chief Charles Alien and Eire Commissioner Kafer looked at eral allowed bad No 121 at was found to be much faster than it bo an old Detroit make and as said Ife it he was to time it up The boxes sold by Mr Tower's company the now in cost each TEMPERATURE RECORD WE'VE GO i SOME NOW iHAN WE FOR r i HOSE WE CAN Fl i Got one or two suits of a kind in various lots that we'll sell at just half price Come and see if we jean iff if get the snap the Only one 61 a 7 A M Snn rose Sun Moon wta CO IS 76 73 I JO La 4--T28 A U are always with the results of Warren sweet m on- Academy The body has been taken from the to the morgue of and Cor- oner Bower who visited man's former this morning Bower and Constable Ford will now make a determined effort to have Murphy's toni as lo aro said all past Trenton records and the place exceeds for filth a badly kept pig CITY NOTES Rose of was brought to the State Hospital for the In- The live poles On Front street between Montgomery street yesterday sanitary Pressers National Union will have their annual meet and picnic at the Fair grounds on F S Katzenbach Co have been to place a ventilator in tho i roof of buttery Police in order that the acid fumes from the cm escape and the work is now in progress James Rutherford at Police Justice Coutier today the only police court prisoner at either district For dronken and dis- orderly conduct he was lined in de- will go Shake Vour Shoes Allen's a powder for the eel It cures painful swollen smarting Instantly takes the sling out of and b fort discovery oi tiie age Base makes or new shoes feel easy It is a certain cure for sweating callous and hot tired aching feet Try it today Sold by all druggists and shoe stores By mail for in damps package FREE Address Allen S 01 in- stead LeRoy N Y sep 1 to waste it growling abont your linen to Blakely's Steam Laundry and save your patience 18 and 19 8 Warren street Do yon want and Then yo to 32 South Broad Street One of greatest nuisances is llm who w ever on of hiu friend who owns 1 wheel aud for lummer wnar at Si South Have You fried BOTTLED AT THE i Bottled at the Brewery and at your homes for the following prices UN PATENT STOPPERS CANADA MAI IN IN PATENT PIER CASE OF TWO BOTTLES Steamed Beer at with an allowance for bottles when returned Telephone 1020 always welcome suik for f 1 1 suits 9.00 suits for 7.50 and Black Serge Coats and up Coats up in double and single-breasted Mohairs Sicilians up up Striped Flannel 2.50 up Bicycle tip White Duck all prices IK to R A FAMOUS I Joust i ORES H van Still there Left Two Car Loads Kach holding 300 barrels and each barrel dozen we have a few left and therefore will continue for several our great Every Tumbler worth double tho price asked Now is the time to Inv ma supply ot Tumblers They are breaking time and you better than to FRUIT JARS and JELLY TUMBLERS Big Stock and Lowest WH I That handsome nearly new brick dwelling situate No 317 Greenwood Avenue The house is built of the best material hard Wood finish and floors containing 13 rooms and laundry front and side piazzas Lot JTn f about three years ago at a cost of but will be sold today at figures and on easy terms 0 M Phillips Uo 8 Broad Street N J For a few days only Alot of made fine Umbrellas only worth -one lot better sold at A splendid choice lot of finest made One lot very handsome Parasols anywhere Children's wards In Ladies and Misses also dren's Underwear several lots fine goods reduced to one-half of former prices All the highest grade of Underwear at half price A bargain in Ladies small size Vests at which sell at anywhere Many special bargains besides if you only come In and ask ST our store The only to procure a class fine Parasol Sun Umbrella or good serviceable Umbrella WAi Parasol and 7 North Machine Mixed IN Ml Hill's Bread is and kneaded by hundreds of a batch Th does the work and the workmen's hands are kept entirely oat of the dough Always ate for Hill's V and insist on your grocer ting it 1 HILL SON
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