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   Trenton Evening Times (Newspaper) - August 22, 1896, Trenton, New Jersey                                -r Your Printing! There to nothing? which Kill boom busing like a (food hard lilt, luulnltractlvb printing la the but that will set the ball ol eueceoo flyliigi i imct Printing Houtt Advertising la Like Driving The Hist blow ft nail, but must fallowed _bjr_ othriit op he heud to Aive homo... -___ I he Evening i Imtt j in a mtxUnm. YKAlt 50 6 N. J., SATURDAY, AUGUST 1896, Sflbthwick'8. SouthwjcK'8, i HIS I'riday I ha two Great WAIST H tra rtcTQ: u rto r" Prlcrs For..., ays Hf Walaiss TvKeniy-Fivs CU. _c., 75c.v_59.c.r-f LttO. Waists at Forty-Nine Cts. That were ttSc., t Wrappers at Forty-Nine Cts. That -W-Qio Wrappers at Seventy-Nine Cts. Thut-were ?1.25rf at Ninety-Eight Cts. "Some in flno French lawns, trim ined with silk luce, that worn is made in and waists for these two days only because ff- its utterly go on indelinitely making such losses as these prices entail. Lhisn Colored Duck Skirts, 98c. That Rich Brocaded Silk Waists, That have sold for 53.0S to v BlaoK Brocaded Silk Skirts, hat-huye Ift at lOc. Per Yard, L cpiinter full of plain and fig- tured Persian and brocade gros gr.iin and ribbons that sold at 25c, 29c, 35c 3'Jc. Entirely new linej put out for these two days: e last yon will ever see of Une lawns and chaliies lor 21 cents, a yard and onr i26c printed dimities-for aum- mer corsets for 29e. we make- these- prices It's Just bolore stock-taking; it'i to take ..niQcejL-lhiin niorchiiiuHso. It thetn in stock, 'wo have to wite low ;to be sa'fej'if "we "b'ave in we know whore wo stand. Can youJw-tempted-to-buy a k or cloth cape if you can buy pile for pk jiall quarter the price. If jpu can, and try us tins Friday or Saturday. Real ostrich feather boas will be sold dollars dollars taken off tho price of each of __, :Do yon want a handsome black or olored silk, or a flue black wool dressx P? colored wool dress! See what a price get one ut or tomorrow. Jfif disposition Is to sell these of eost-before gtoek-taking. olewy and gloves, muslin underwear corsets, belts and buckles and fancy soaps and perfumery ;iiltre things like these are an awful t6. take in stock. We would a ImoBt any price than write them up you. will come this Friday or Salur- we will a lew pairs of ptaco curtains for 50 a pair and some ice in proportion. are writing this advertisement and rtBg you these-inducements with Man one-half of otir Bales people on their vacation. We know that be a little delay In waiting y.oftv-wiil escnso us. We will H we cuir in waiting on yoii, and Sitover yon buy yoa will buy cheap ingb; to repay yon for any little cause "delay. M, O. A. Ul1 Latest Effect of Closing Licensed on Sunday, raOFMMlHEEMlSETftf AilDver'tlie CUy-Tliu Movement Han- Gained n J'reBli IinpctttM 1'rolii llm Cloelug of the Ordinary Suloons on'Sim- oi tlifKe Clubs Are Sundiiys Only-Said to lie hftVfi wjll say lo a friend tomorrow-, and, although the day is Sunday 'and Jhe Excise Reform Commiaaioncra have pretty closed.up" tlin regular saloons d.avrvet. the. couple referred to, andjin- decd many couples and many crowds 11 uliuk ua -as. uierrily and even more openly than was ever done under a regular license in the .first or seventh day of tho week. There -is a Ntsw Jersey statute -provjd-. iiig that a number of persons can 'organ' themselves together for Intellectual and recreative and on that gi-Ound-beGome-incorpor-fttod.- The nunio'of the introducer of this measure lias been since for- go.tten, ift that connection as least, but order that may not be that the act under which the incorpora- tion was lnaJor-a large boor bottle k- ejfetlic'cUaniVelier'or-every club- room, the'o'w-ners of which have availed themaelves of the provisions of the law. Sour the-chnndeller only place aroflnd the headqnariers of the club jvhpro beef bottles, or other glass ware of_a can be found on a Sufi (Jay 7" tliiStffg to club members' by the_el4ib steward -on a Sunday, notj withstanding the" excise ordinances- to the contrary, for a seemingly sound busi-' neasjeason. _ Each member of-ii corpor Cation is a pj.ri o_f. Ut.jjJUL-WhHn Hfjunra nrp bought by that mem- ber pays something toward the total, so that every one in the body owns a part oi the liquor He has already bouglrflt aird "when purchasine it" from tho Rtewn.rd on Sunday simp_ly f_uJUUUjui agreement already entei-ed iuto ou a day1 when the contract was presumably legal a- tecfinical point of view. That io wu-y tho --important, clubs JiRnr.. Hie ceuter of the city and which contain. members -many leading business- men and well known politicians of both par- and that is why the club' parlor's" .so "fiiirrou" a Sunday. Sometimes a few members humbly imi- tate the parlor and get iu the same con- howoverria an -ex-tronreiy rare occurreiice, and as a-generai uii -llifrniim proirffuncird "social clubs .in the town are Knn day. _ Since..the.Excise_ Roform Commission- ers were elected many organisations alleged to be at least iu part for Sunday drinking purposes.lujve been formed.and certainly as an effect of the closing of the'Saloons. Current rum.-r is that iii ti'elistof these corporation hereto ap- plauded there are clubs which do a Suu- itay iKiuor ouaiuuas and practically noth ing else, so that saloonkeepers who pay license money into (he treasury, are da- During the year from February, 1895, to 18DC, there 5were, all told, prisoners of which were aischarged, 7S5 lined, 438 commit- ted for term, in bail, 142 hekl.in defaultrof-bail and-6G dlsmuspd. -On' JS- sentence was suspended, though they were technically guilty, and they went away practically, free; By-promising to do 2.t thpir Prisoners wcro.given over to the-authori- ties of SeTiool, Mute Asjlum, Monmoath county, BordentowB) Stute. Hospital for the In- sane, New York, of the poiicq jfostkied-oMbfr-towHj-the-coro ner and "SlftrpjV morgue. ..Patrolman James i'Oehane made more- other partment, cupluciug! is still avoided, and the city gets nothing for ILL A list of the recently formed social and recreativeiilubs follow: Nonpariil Club of 15 Olllcers; Willijim H, IMr .president; Christopher Whitenian, secretary- and treasurer: George Kattschiuid, James Larkto, Phillip- Bonnet, Freil Brandon, trustees. .Social and reprp.aiivo, Calumet Club of Mercer county, June 22 Albert S. Pattersoii, presi- dent; George W. Norton, vice president; tcobert T-- secretary; William Krcsge, iinanclal secretary; Louis B. Swain, treasnrop. Social and recreative. "Eclipse Social and fie'uetiulal Society of Mercer county; July la p'tricers: M. K. prietiilent; Henry Davia, vice "e'aUleitf-W. 8. Brown, trcusuror-and ci-etury; W. P. Van Hum, Jlnancial secretary, Thomas Gaunon, jauilor. Social and recreative. I -CrescentClub, July 31. C. B._liowley, president; "Charles' vice presideiU; A. S. Hill, Bec.re'taryj j. "WMarlinolT, tTeasiirer. rtc- reative. Combination Social Club, August 1 Officers: Benjamin F. Walton, J., presi- dent; Henry Kopp, vico picsidont; Jos. P. Hickey, secretary; Uauiel-J. llickey, treasurer. Sociatarid Trenton Outing Cyclists, August 7 Oilleers: John-W. Emberton, Frank M. Weichel, vicepresident; Charleti NelT, treasurer; W. W. Yohn, secretary; Joseph Eggert, captain. Social atiu Spring Lake Club, August 7- Oillcers: Peter Ronner, president; John Kanboo, vice president; Joseph O'Neill, Jr., secre- tary; Joseph Eusso, treasurer. Social and recreative. Nonpariel Social Club of Princeton, Henty dent; Jiimes vice president; Doc. R. Smith, recording secretary; Edmund G. Drango, financial Joseph James, Iriiasuriit; .William Moore, steward In addition to these clubs others, or- ganized in pnrt for social and recrea- tive nud other purposes, have filed articles of Incorporation also, and although it is not asserted that .all or either of the foregoing or tboso, that follow sell liquor on Sunday, it Is but fair to publish the names of all other societies which have been incorporated lince thn advont of the Exoise-Reform- reglme. These others aw Retail LiqGor" Deale_rx Association. _______ T Chambewburg Republican Club. St. Patrick's Alliance, No. 1. Business Men's Cycle Club. Garret A, McKinloy and Holwt Club. Mutual Boni'dcal Association. Drink Orauge Cider. fO'tt. yuur FftEIS IOUT OUR POLICE, Troiu 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 ftilice Depirtiiieul durrng -tiie There .are 11 members of tho depart- ment, not considering the four Polic'J 77 -consist nf i cliiefi two "six" flergeantS; tWO.dettiCtiVeSj threB rouUds- two janitors, -two patrol 'Irivpr-i, n chanceman, a police surgeon, a superic- tondent of telegraph and fifty-six patrol- jneu. salaries: amount to about wainbea connected wi.h fli'u district, since been tranBfsrred district." :T.heage3 Qf .priSofters W.pfe.as.follo.is.i tinder 10 jmsaa.. ITom From _ From 30 to JO. Proai. 10 to 50. years.------- _____ 3J5: Jfiom "fflflb -1K1 From CO to'O .__ 72 1'ronj 70 to BO years li 1'roin SOJo 'JO years- .'2 These figures show that the" young number of llttk' er 20 years of age. _. were" urrestud dui'ivg the 2, females, 259. The patrol -wagon 'was called "oun, 102 times and the tun- bujnnce 1'20-tiuie's. -In-tue lodjiing.touse- iiersons, commonly known as accommodated with iTpkwro' lo sleep withriut cost during t'he cold' wonths to March, inclu? slve. ______ ,_ Fines. and costs .receiv_cd_by the Police. Justices during the year amount to. of which came Irom nisUce CputiiH' in th-e First diatrict and 75 JusUce district. -_ _______ __ There were, .as stated, 438 persons for a those prison- p'-ij do not RompinlBly support thein- selves. Prom the can be allowed each one- sent up'io-helii- paylor his keep. No ono Is sent to the farm lor less than thirty days; -many are hent for ninety days. Allowing, -however, the minimum visit at the county .home for. law breakers, it will be seen there is each fortho cents a-day-for-lwarn-. If-u uikus luore, besides their1 works' proceeds to support them, cQunty-iiays, far ILtom. other.. funds. Police-Surgeon, Van to .the made 33IJ visits to the sick and injured! "Advance Germans.- The German McKinley and Hobart Club held a meetin-t'on-Thursday night. cjral of the members made speeclies. lfred'lluas was elected jHaancfal secretary to fill a vacancy, The next mooting will be held on Wednesday night in It hals_ been decided tojormaii "Advance will meet next Tuesday night at the corner of Baatty and Home streets.. Conrad has served in the army, has been selected as captain. __ ___ llie JlaviHon-Sllvernmn Weddinc. Air. and Mrs Williaai Diviaon will nrrive home tomorrow from their wed- ding trip, which has lasted since Miss, Elizibelh of Philadelphiu, was united in marriage to Mr. William D.ivison, :of Ibis cit.yron Wednesday-last- -Suptem ber 1-1. at Columbia Hall, Philadelphia. The event referred to was a most notable one And.fullyJilty 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 maicTof honor, and Mr. Joseph Zslt was _" Mr. Davison is- 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. iswcir in Trenton.' A Mr. Hlntsrljerg's wheel It Stolen. The etatement widely circulated yes- terday .to the effect that the wheel be- lOngint to street, reported stolen had been recov ered was misunderstood. There were two cases of wheels missing at the Slack- wood harvest home one stolen and the oihiir wus-tnknn by mistake- Mp- Hinted berg has not recovered his wheel yet. Denth of Banker Phillips. -Joseph 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 bnslnfres interests9'bf HopewelT and ;Wau pruattlnut of the Hopewell National Bank. To Cloansa the System EfTDCtnally ynt gently, when coativo or hilioiiR, or when the blood is impure or to peimanently- hahitunl ('..instipation, to awaken the ami livor to a healthy activity, irrituling or weakening them, to culda or fevers, fryrup of 1111 Of .If fles Off bj the Laudanum T1GIG-flO OttiraLESS LIFE Connected, Hud In n Hovel "in i'lats After" Drinking tht) Contents of a Bottle of l-diuljinuiu-The of the Suicide. Clmuibulluju. uf-Feeder died at eight o'clock this.morning from the elVects of a large dose of laudanum taken. witli_ suicidal ititc'nt between Bis. and seven o'clock last night, and by-his death the town loses one' of its many' unique characters." man was'well connected, though a wreck in life. Ilis funeral will take plaeo from Murphy's at. n. time hereafter ar- ranged. About supper time last night Chamber- lain was seen to go into Uendricbson Drake's grocery store, and a few mmuies his.residing place' at Murphy's Flats and addressed his Child wife', the notorious Annie Patter- ann, who at.-4h.lt. -M-nirt.-.wit-h- DicKEoaj'lcsnsidered by the. police one. nt (I'D most, notorious Culured women in- _tOwn._r_------ _____ 'i am through .with .this world; here Good the .contents of a small -bottle and'llrrew-tbe latter into-an joining .yard. He then went to the and laid. down.. Tho two' depraved women who were sitting, jjutdoora suyj they thought noilliug of ihu matter, direoviDj; the thing a joke, but early this morning zajnan named .Beau-advised sendjngjor a doctor, as. Chamberlain could not be aroused from 'his deep sleep. Dr. Stephens was..sent for amlcanie; but it -was-too- late, and the.inaii-Slfor-Uy otter breathud'his. last. .Constable. .John Ford, found a-bottle in. the yard marked "Woll's .drug store, wlilch'smtlled of luuduuiii. John "J. Tynan told a Traca man what seems W ire a' cause" "tt) which Cham- .can ..reasonably ..be. lie.....said, that on Tues- day, night he was talking to Cham- said Irer "had marriod ThP .but -wairted -it fcont-t quiet.- "I know she is bad aufl cannot Oe much tho.dowufallcn man, "but I like her, and am to keep on living with her." The marriage became generally-known--sotuekonr, and know his relat bns were cognizant 'of lie" seeined' com-' plelely lleace the tragic 'deed of last night." WHriiyu Chamberlain was thirty-nine yoara of age, and in his youth wu3 re spectable and associated with in the best circles -of the Hi? mother is now the wifo of a well-known citizen, and' Chambetjain, by his lirst wife, who was an estima'ble woman, lias, a daughter _pi admirable clioracter now living with his respectable age. The man, who had falhm as.lowas tho lowest, used to do odd jobs" for the -SHILL 'Opening of the Ntw anil Notable Attrition to the Old and Famous HostelrjO The Trenton House grill room, ban- quet hall and ladies' dining rooai will j be opened on next Wednesday instead Of on-September thus the Democrat f CoW-conveution oon--l vention attendants- wifl bavo an aun'i- ;tional reason to" is" "up to for the improyoments at_ the Trenton House are little less than TniLOrnin.CKilt. _ _ Pi'fiir. ICiiUo.nbar.h'.irtlie-i-ptti-prJuUfr Trenton House, was liorn iu Kaisers- hotel men as'Manolis and Generol LufayelWvAbraham Lincoln andjJames Gillespie Blaiiie hava person- names andTputip for a timp. Althongli Mr. Pater Katxenbach is-stitl ID nood Health, he thinks it is about time .lifi-laofc iv little enjoyment, and rest out of jife, so the details of conducting ifie jstabluhm.ent are looked after by tbt> soil ''red. Katzenbach. A oTWS grilproonf -and ather- impro.teiileu's was hrst printed in the -TiMEsrwhwr M10 improvements were deckled upon'. FET.Eft-KATZEXBACII. luutern, Bavaria, December 2V 1S20. AU-Vlie camn" to thie cDUH.try.jaad in ISST.jcpmmenc.fld.to work at tiie Trenton House, 'later attending the" bar.and but f25 every three months. His living e'xpenses.werej ot'course, _.. A few years afterward Mr. Katzenbacli became proprietor ofTtreliOTSB'Witl.r ths linuucial abdibtuiiCt; of Philemon Dickin- Thomas Stry-kw In -mT-.tinrhottrt had rooms; now it has 125. The hotel has been the "as "much "p'olTlicarworl as .any Hotel Tn this country." "Things polijically have .been' lively there from the time of Amooy and cbampasrne were curried-to the rooms of legislators in surprisiug'abuad- down to "something orer-a year .ago when Cenenl William Joyce Sewell t" --iniH'k.-hm -tion -'4o--tie -United- States and the_ hotel .is livelier in a po. 'litlcaVway iWw" than 1 ever was: "before." Not ontypotltical, imt every "kind" of tue best can bo found Uiero, -and.under thn_.ronf nf Mr. SOIIIB of the Progerty "Owners "Wliu Have to the Amounts, y uii the ninety-three lowers week have not onmyiotoiy respecting tho_amounta ownintf more than one property will have to pay, bat from Judge -R-cllstab'a olllcu this mornipg, in farmation was-received whioh shows that' J.he following 3Vill be those who "will pay "the largest aniouiiib for-sewur benefits conterred, as far ab these ninety-three sewers are Samuel K. Wilson, Charles GrRoeblinc-, P. J. Charles E. "Green and James P. Steyhcus. i Bad Fire Alarm llox. James U..SJ Fire. Alarm 'Co., of Boston, visited Trenton yesterday and id" company with Assistant F.i-e Chief Charles Alien and Eire Commissioner Kafer looked at sev- eral allowed bad" No. 121, at 1'isservoir was found to be much faster than it slioura bo. Itja an .old' Detroit 'make, .and. as said" Ife" .f.nnld ri'Siiliito it he was given.the to time it up. The boxes sold by Mr. Tower's company fljhile the now in U3C cost each; TEMPERATURE RECORD. WE'VE GO i SOME BARGAIN? NOW GREAiER iHAN WE HAVF-YCJ. QEFFRCD 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 fotf. if yoirlf get the ctething snap the Only one 61 a 7 A, M, Unuon. Snn rose Sun 8ot8_..-.' Moon nsi8 Mooa wta MutKiipiX. TUUAT, CO (IS 76 73 _ I ft_____ JO La. "P.'M; 4--T28 A. )U ..are always pleised with the results of Blakq-" Tjpa and-liVS. Warren sweet. m _ __ news.._ ____ on- -Hanover, Academy uhd: Perry.streets. _. The body has been taken from the fduec of-death to the morgue of CouiHy Physwian -K. nrKogtrs and" Cor- oner Bower, who visited t'le man's former abndu this morning. "rCoron'er Bower and Constable Ford will now make a determined effort to have Murphy's Fl-it? toni -down -JlS'thij cnp'tnts as lo immnpiU'.ty aro said to-- ijurpass all past Trenton records and the place exceeds for filth a badly kept pig CITY NOTES. Rose Alvveil, of Woodbydge, was brought to the State Hospital for the In- sane-yesterday. The lIomoTelBphone CompanyU'recied, live poles On Front street, between Broad.und Montgomery street, yesterday.' sanitary Pressers National Union will have their annual bio.yulu meet and picnic at the Intgr-Slate Fair grounds on F. S. Katzenbach Co., have been tm- gagud to place a ventilator in tho i roof of buttery Police in order that the acid fumes from the atorasd battnrv cm escape and the work is now in progress. James Rutherford, at Police Ilead- quBrtbrs, "Ifefore Justice. Coutier" today, the only police court prisoner at either, district. For dronken and dis- orderly conduct he was lined in de- -fauitDf-whiclrhe will go to-tlnrfarnrfor Shake Iuto Vour Shoes Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the 'eel. It cures painful, swollen, smarting feet'and Instantly takes the sling out of oorus and. b. corn- fort discovery oi tiie age. Foot-" Base makes tight-filling 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 26c in damps. Trlul package FREE. Address, Allen S. 01 in- stead, LeRoy, N. Y. sep 1 Lite's .too.__sh_ort to .waste it growling abont your linen. Sehaft to Blakely's Steam Laundry and save your patience. 18 and 19 8. Warren street. Do yon want "a'BtyliiB" and noil-fitting sultT Then yo to :_ 32 South Broad Street, One of greatest nuisances is llm bicyle borrowor, who w ever ttnposlnK on thn.gennrnsit.j- ar.thu .2und rmture of hiu friend who owns .1 wheel. aud for lummer wnar at Si South Have You 'fried It? BOTTLED AT THE A'New Trcnlott lirewiiis; Co.'s Holiliiig i Dcpartmcril Bottled Direct: at the Brewery and deUvnred at your homes for the following prices UN PATENT STOPPERS CANADA MAI IN PAtCNf IN PATENT PIER CASE OF TWO PPZEN BOTTLES Steamed Beer at with an allowance for bottles when returned Telephone 1020 Vilitort always welcome. suik for f 1 1 G.OO suits to? 9.00 suits for 7.50 and Black Serge Coats and up Coats up Botli in double and single-breasted. Mohairs, Sicilians, BrTlliantinfip............... up W'hitrand Striped-Maiinel-Siiits.r. r-fr.oo "up Kle'gaiit Striped Flannel 2.50 up Bicycle tip. White Duck all prices. IK to R. A. Ponnolly FAMOUS -CUOTHI'FR' OPFRA I Joust i ORES H van Still there are> 1'ew Left, Two Car Loads, Kach holding 300 barrels, and each barrel containing-. dozen "Itence, 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 all-the time, and you canTdo P? better .than to lasts.___. 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 25x190 JTn f V% about three years ago at a cost of but will be sold today at the-abovc figures and on 'easy terms. 0. M. Phillips Uo. f85 8. Broad Street, Trioton, N. J. 10MAN Jiiiinciisc nargains .For a few days only. Alot of well- made fine Umbrellas, only 50c., worth -one lot better, G9c., sold at A splendid choice lot of finest, made liadies' onijrfL25. One lot very handsome Parasols, wortli anywhere. Children's ParasolB 15c. up- wards. In Ladies' and Misses, also Chil- 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 5c., which sell at 15c. anywhere. Many special bargains besides, if you only come In and ask for'them ST, our store. The only plmcn to procure a first- class fine Parasol, Sun Umbrella, or good, serviceable Umbrella. WAi i.likV Parasol and 7 North Machine Mixed 5i ElKtriral IN Ml Hill's Bread is and kneaded by machiiiefy hundreds of a batch. Th ema- chhiory does the work thoropghly and the workmen's hands are kept entirely oat of the dough. "Always ate for Hill's V and insist on your grocer get- ting it. 1 1IOS.C. HILL SON, iNEWSPA'FERr   

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