06/08/1895 - Atlantic County Library System

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06/08/1895 - Atlantic County Library System
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°’GIVKN AWAY"
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ONE
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DUKES
MIXTUR E
.,~Ix~l~r~~L~..,
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turd~y,
June 115, 1895,
at two o’clock in the afternoon of wald doy, hi the he.
tel of LoUIS Kuehulo, cur. Atlantis and SonlhCarellua
Aven~es Anantlo Clty Atlantis Co., Now J~moy,.
All the following d, scrnmd true. of land, situate in
the Towll of natures1
County of AthmUo, State of
2 oz. PAC.KA~R ¢
John htkinson,
Justice of the
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:
:
Fridays
1895,
W.
Fire Insurance
Conveyancing.
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Notary-Public.
S. Whales.
GIVE
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etc..
etc.,
HAMMONTON.N. J,
Ineure~ee placed only in the most
reliable companies.
Beed~, Leases,
Mortgagee, EI~.
Carefully drawn.
OCEAN TIOKETS
your orders for-Job Printing of every kind to
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Weoffer for sale
Several Improved Farms,
Nice Homesin Town,
WildLandby theacre.
Building
Lots.
Ah%Properties for Rent.
mtlantle
.........por.~[L&l~l-wrtt~;en¯
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In Chancery
,kN
UPS.
of New Jersey.
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3 ~ ~o---~
%-£
Physician
Hill’s
-’"
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_
~.onrs,
and Surgeon.
Block,
7".30
to appear
on or
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A,M.
Dated
1:00 to 8.~0 and 7:(39 to 9.~0 ~"~¯
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And dealer in
Camden
May 8rd,
A.J. KING, Solicitor,
1895..Hammonton¯ N.J¯
ImportedGroceries
Guad~m_
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~donl,ld~.
Scrim .......
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~’onbyexperienced
--ut--’----’--w~,,e,,w’~’~
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Hammnntou
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D.0o~...... t
workmen.
IClwood
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I~g Harbor0ttT._I
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.islaction
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FORSALE:.
![41 H~bor01ty
~u.~
~u=’=’-~TICE
TO
CREDITORS.
Wllber
R.
J.~l Tllton. admlnlstxator of Peter S. Triton
by-direction of
1,-A large and handsome he
Plea~nt Street, only a few
of ~tlantl¢
to the creditors
of
railroad,
very convenient, with heater
In thelrdebts
and elalmt
t. under conservatory ; good barn, two lot&
,within
nine monthn from thledate,
or
2. & neat 7-r,mm house on Second St,
will be forever
barred of an~, action very convenlenc, beautifully
finished
~ereforagaln,t
the mald Exe~otoL
Dated April 28tb. A,n. 1895.
heated; one lot.
WILBER R. TILTO~,
..’- ’.-..-Admlnl,tratdr~~ [email protected]
"desirable~
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7~
501
Mastics
River CoveOystersthe~.ed
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County
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~A.T
-~-’I"OTICE~O--CREI~_-. - ’ am .
~.~I Elvlns,
mlnlstrators
by dlrectton
ofAtlantlc,
Tailor,
Jr.,and
George W. Eivlns.
ad.
ofWllliam
A. Elvlne
deceased,
of the Surrogate
of the County
herebygtvs
notice
to theeredl~-
milesfromHammon~on
post, office. ~ GREAT
VALUE
FOR
LITTLE
I
be forever
Shoes
At and below cost.
Comenow for bargains
D. C. HERBERT.
’Shoe Store,
:
Bellevue Ave.
the
~luestlon
mPIMCy/galA~
do mot~geedttum tlxee
mlmeL
~
ea ~q~lkatle~
by imndlng
~O~I~
otluw
them
oP
date~ or they will
action
therefor
.
Frank E.
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MONEY.
Roberts,
Saddles,_~ets, etc.
Hammonton, N.J.
-GEO. W.=PR-ESSEY.
J.,
Jus~ceof the Peace.
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GO-TO
Wm. Bernshouse’s
P. S. TILTON & Co’s Lumb’r Yard
Ha mmonton.
Orders called for,
Carefully filled, and
Prom
your-p~tronage.-
WORLD
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YURK
W
kll
TRIBUNP,
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atw,nty.paga
journal,
,.
o,the
Un,
d
"
BERRY
its ’,.om~
A Special Contractenable us to offer this splendid journal
and the South Jersey Republicanfor
One Year for only $1.25,
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OASHfIN-
ADVANO]~,
,"
Regular subscription for the twopapers is $2. Subscriptions
N. J"
~-~’-~-
the 8outh Jersey Republican.
You can have a sample copy of each at this oflke.
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Dcalerin
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CRATES.
Folsom, N. J.
"
,~fil~w~.k,
Window-glass,
Lumber aawcd toord0r,
Orders received by nail promptly filled
i
PricesLow.
~
Plaster; ~ H~ir, Lath, etc.
Orders taken and delivered daily,
-
.... o.-w:PYR, .......... Big-Bargains
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Atto~ne~
at
Law.
why the Councilgave instructionsto ....... ~Hammontonofl~ee over Atkinson’s
have the trees cut, trimmed, or maimed,
ou Main Road in front of my place ; and
the cutting,
trimming, and maiming
done under the personal eupervision of
2---’-one of tho members of Council. And
SHO
T-
WholeSuits for $8.50¯
Little Boys’ Suits ~ all wool---,
for $9.00.
Boys’ Pant~, 25 ~ts.
--i~l-~
c.
& Chests
-,- ,-s,
’molested.
It is my highest aim aud
ambition to boa good loyal citizen, and
I am perfectly willing to take my medicine as a good reasonablo patient should
but wheu they thiuk that I will tako
any and rill kinds mildly and never make
a ~nmace,
threats ; all I ask is a square deal¯
Respectfully,
ALEX. H. SUTTON.
Best
!
made to Order is my
Speci~ty,andfull
zsg~
P. RANERE,
The ~ammontonSteam
Macaroni=Works
(1%tablished
in 1889)
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Repairingdone.
j, xvxx oC r,
Hammonton, : : N.J.
relief
~ff-ROOERIE~,
FLORIST:: = ...............
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"Cedar Shingles.
I~’We have just reeeivedour
stock of qoods,
Bprtng
Canfurnich
:.
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Just~received-a-n~w-lo~T-0T~I~.
3orted Olive 0il.
"!
Spring-dSummer
wonderful
direct
iilflttence
and exerting
cure of a all
fema!etone
complaints,
to
-; so-,
"
Dealer in Imported & Domestio
A. H. CROWELL,
Some peopleores wonder wheu dish._o_n_esty:
p_r~pe~ more than hon~sty,~It_
:Funeral Destine aSt~ia]ty.
worksharder.
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__OrdeLby_mail or-telegram,
1512 Pacific Avenue.
not engaged in auy business of his own.
Atlantic
City.
Diversity
of opinion should never
gh.
An honest err6ris-~dt t0 beridicuIcd.-
!
The best Macaronimade’in
the
UnitedStates.Try them.
headache, fainting
or are nervous.
sleepless, excitable, melancholy, treublcd
with dizz3’ spells, Electric Bitters is the
medicine y~u need¯ Health and strength
are guaranteed by its use. Largo bottles
only 50 cents, at Croft’s.
D=
D,
FEO
- STEAM
in a~Out one thousand pair% in black aud
from a well
at fifty cents on a della%
est
andwill pla~ themon ,lo t~day andMACCARONI,
will last until every pair is sold, at
VERMICELLI,
$1.23.
And Fancy P~ste,
These Ties are worth $1.75, $2, $2.50 a
pair. Also Russett Shoes in all styles,
~While at Peekskill,
N.Y., Mr.J.A. equal]ylow.
A flne lot of Capes, Spring ....And-dealerin
Scriven, a promiuent manufacturer of Dry Goods, Men’s, Youths’ and B, ys
Pennsylvania Hemlock
New York City, purchased a bottle of Clothing,
Chamberlaiu’.s
Cough Remedy. Such
P.B. Our 85 ct. Shirt Waists are rhe
At Bottom Prices. Manufacture our
good results were obtained from its use talk
of the town,
worth
$1.50.
:~,-;v
-own ~’loorlng.
Satisfaction
n~r_ ~,on.
tbat he sent back to the druggint from stock pf Spmmer~Jlllnery
Guaranteed.
~ ’ - " - wh-om-he-hadobt~iEd-dit~to"~wo
bottles
.Call
and see.
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-PB&CT[CAL _
__
of tho same. Whon you havo a
....
¯
HOUSE
Ou,specialty,
,this
Spring,
will
cough
or cold
preparatlo,
fair
trial,
andgi,o
liketbie
Mr,Soriven
you’lla
want
it
"R amulouton,
Hammonton, I~, J,
befullframe
orders, againwheniu need ot sucha mediciue.
Satisfaction-guaranteed-on
all-work,
.7-25- Bewareof the man who.triesto white-Cleanseth~ ~weI8and PuritytheBlood!
.C~.m
pta~...h=a..py~n’.ery
a~..~ vys~.p~a~
Orders by mall attended to.
cent bottles sold by drugg!sts.
wash an~ kind o! Bin,
Yourpatronagesolicited,
~mag~vo acam~a~acn to tan ~nta~ al~,~. "
verynice
ImportedGroceries
.,
t
~N
Spring stylo~
just spring your eves
Try :ElectricBittersas a remedy for
your troubles ? If not, got a bottle nowf we will spring pricer that will eurp~t,e
a~dgetx’clief.
"fhis medieine has been ’you. Having purchased ancntirei~tof
found to be peculiarly
adapted to the
"OXFORD~IES
For Summer use.
~
We manufaeture
:F .NOYSHINGLESne.
,e,
....:..rates
s-5-\
man ~
Onl~ the
qk.W~qJ~Y’~f-t*
.........
And we can change
the guinea
stamp,
the man’s the
tor a~ ~
that2
--T-a-m~0-~vh- ~fi’’ba-~d--AYn~-ri~a~s, or
on bad men
secondary matter.
YoursforJustice,
GEO. D. COLEMAN.
.wasdona.in_direct-opposltlon-and
verbal
protest, in the pre~nco of enid member
oi Council and other with
ia all faith, honesty, and justice why
Shoes
these trees should be thus mutilated,
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Office. Seeoffd an~ Cherry S~:-
THE
[.
"l"ne~’an]~-t~-[butil~’~guineastsmp’
Bee! Steak at 12c. canned Tomatoes and Corn at 7 c.
r in Chancery,
Notary Public:
MR. EDITOR¯--~ would respectfully
Atlantic
City,
N. 3.
ask,throughthe columnsof yourpaper,
of hand and machin
work o~ driving.
Hammonton, Iq’.
1 flSI ..
OF
FRESHBEEF, 1VtUTTON, PORK
Always a Good Stock
Hay,
_
i
quality
The man’s a man far a’ that.
HARNESS.
A fu]laesortment
made,--for
Fe~: ..................
~olumns command the admiration of wlvns and dgughter~.
eral ! ~litical n~ws, editorial, ~d di~cu~lons are eomprchensivea bril-_
nd-e]
hanstlve.
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J~rsb~.Republican,
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of
_.....
Provisions,
Flour,
W~’EK’L~S
"O.r~~~eha.~e.."
siredinformsFor a
tion in re~ard to the above,
month,from this date, or they will be fore, er
bs.,-red of any eetion therefor against the ~ld . of
Executor.
DatedMarch22, A,D. le~;
GEORGE
ELVINS, Executor’,
"
Groceries,
State& It is a National lyamhy t’aper, and ~tvea aii ~c genera, news
of the United States. It gives the events of resign lands in a nutsbeil. Its
AgrtculturaIDe~
has
noeu-.~h_ ....
_
-:
~nts.
for"~z_e
Family
cranberry beg.
NOT
J.~ Executor
of Minor Rogers. deceased, hy
dlrectlou
of the Surrogate
of tbn Connty of
Atlantis.
hereby gives entice to tl,ecredltors
of tbculd
Minor Hogers to bring
and einlm, agalns!
Line
Mauufacturerand
the
19. Forty acres on Oak Road, good
_houae,_baxn,~~V_alLla~d
tn
in profit, including smallcranberry bog.
Reasonable price.
ICE TO CRED1TOR~3.
Wllber
R. TIIo
20.
A house
and large
lot
ou Egg
ton. Executor of WllUamJones
Harbor Road ; six moms, halls, attic ;
by direction of the Surrogate of the Count heated. A bargain.
of Atlantic, hereby gives notice to
ltomof said William Jonen to brln
~1. E|ght room house and two lots on
debt~,demands, and claims against theestate Third Street ; very convenient ; heated
of the mid dect~dent, under oath. within nine throughout.
monthsfrom this date.or they will he forever
barred of any action therefor agalnnt the g~.id
22. J. N. Jones ’ large house, next to
executor.
DatedMarsh~. A.D. 1896.
.
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~’ILftE1t It-’J.’IL’I’O~, Executor. the Bank, on Bellevue,
-i
.... GIVETHEYOUNG
p~oplm I pr~gi~d
from
barred
of any
said executorn.
against
......
.,.....
Hertz T Kx, amem~
~
and claims
}_~_
t
to make a man of himself,In America
ht-to-reco~nize-tbeman
and .not
.Forallkindso
~
demands
Full
] TII] PaPPR-"
acrss, partly in fruit ; good house.
ors of the saJd WIIHam
A. Elvlns to bring In bargain.
their debts, demandsand claims a
14. The Lawson
d Street and Bellevue Ave.,
¯ ~.sta&e
of 4hosaid
thisdate, or they will
be forever barred of any action therefor
15. A large house on Grape Street, 7
agathnt the said ndmSnlatratol~¯
~trment~ made tn the best manner.
room~ nearly new. Two acres.
Dated April 19th, A.D. 1895.
....
WILLIAM
A. ELVI~’8 Jig., "
16. Ten ~cres on First Road, four in ’
OteUring
and Repairing promptly done.
reasonable.-SathtfaeMon
guuraw
GEORGEW; Ef~VINS,’
berries. Cheap’.
Admlnlstrator~
teed in every ease,
17. An attractive and very comfortable
OTICE
TO CREDITOR~.
Hann~th
A.
house on Central Avenue,---seven rooms,
Drown and AugostusJ.
Smlth,
Execstom of Theodore B. Drown,deeeased, by d]. halls, pantry, bath, hot and cold water,
recttou of the ~urrogate’of
the County of
windmill ; two acres, apples and other ¯
Atlantic,
hereby gives notice to the credltero
fruit. Fair terms.
of the mild Theodore
B. Drown to bring
In
Below Cost !
! 56[ ’ 21
~ OO,,
New MeatMarket
Bellevue~Ave. & Main Road.
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, ...... I~1 "40 1891-1801--.
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S./~IBSON
H.-L,-IVfolnt-yres
:Grocer.
Tao Bsmm0nton
Aeeemmodatlon
leaves this
111o aC GIO.,~t
| ~_1 IIl~i
¯ nammum Bowr~t & (7-~’1
rtttten at lh0~¯ am., sn4 12.~0 p.m. Leaves
Philadelphia
st I0:~0 s,m. andre:00
p.m~__~J_hWga~Ipsl~-.
J~ Ilmlll
~ (/@Spruce
....
./ ~[~3NM~},W~v~r.
Illllll
I!
Swank’sOysterBay.
BeIlevue Ave. and SecendSt.
that we are selling
. ..........-at=prices
_ .........
to suit the times.
:pr, l 1Lxpa ~oo. ~ ~
I a.m.
" F,
difficult to seciffe iiiore. "
Satut~ta~,~llarehsore, lS~=.
BTATION-B.
Full Line of ~ats and Furnishing Goods
now~as after this lot
Mixed
......... .
=
The Hardware St, ore’.
ThatSpring
Seed
:Potatoes.
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~RAINS.
S. E-BROWN& CO.
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Ra/i~0ad,
lzp.I !~ pTA~o.:-~ P-18"~’
Pare.I p., Z.l p.z i. p.l ~. I i~l a.~.
m
.... , 400[ 420 ~001 8
9 45
8 LO .... , 40~I 428 5071 S
9~
$ ;0 ----, .... I t~ .... I S
s
~..o.
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I 25 --.., .~.1 53~ 6~1 9
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9t8 ~.., .... I S 45 ...... ...II 90
9 51 ...... ;....I ~. 5~d O5[la
l0tr
-I-I9 H
aSl~0 I1 L’~
the
0LDEtT0LOTHIN(}8TORE IN AMERIOA....
DOWNTRAI~S.
RealEstate """ ....
. _
and-AUanUo
visit
Veal,
some very race
5p.lilf~e~atl~mo~Uon
~ .-.a~n.~o
p.m.,reaches
~am. at
,:~nnd
Sunday
at(]:lOLm,,
up trains
reaehesPhlladelphtaatS’~5.
from Ham. 9.’34 andg:A9a.m.,
L~ves
:~
p.m. sowntrazne
at lea
8:04ves.H_ammontnn
a.m..
5.-e9
5:02 pan.
MACCARONI,
Wnterford
....
Wlmdow .....
llammontoa
~
gha~l think equitable and Just.
Hammonton.
to 10:00
and
before
NO. 23
It will payyouto
:Fertilizers
;880
S Se
l~Wflnam~t~m
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..... 4no_.
31|--~r
Brook......Jam,...,
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....... Wlnslow
June_......| ...... I ).07........
4 44
~HAMMONT0~ ~on,.i~. ....
the third
l~rlla
......
, or, In default,
such’decree
Must you as the Chanceller
.
Italian Immlgrati0n.
Finest
~co r 1~ ~z~ co 9C0
512 ~1~312
912 8]I ........ ~~j
8/4
l)g~
IO1~ 618
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Im ~ :.=..
By virtue of an order of the Court of
Chancery of NewJersey. madeon the day of
J-U~E 8, 1895.
sis-Open ior Business.
Oil I, R, It,
same pr~mi~ sold t
305Market
St., Camden.
N.J.
~ombandsee us, and learn pat~louhtrL
A.Z. Emu,Seticitor.
pr.f.$tl.~5
1english,
German, French, and Italian
"~TOTICE-TO ABSENTDEFENDANT.
J
Pe~ Yeas.,
Rose
the South Jersey Republican office.
. byI~*wts
In theBrick Faybuilding,
at Hammonton Station.
N. J.,
W’hite
,Star
and from all port.of Europe. Corres.
pondencosolicited.
I~" Send a postal card order for a true
sketch
of Hammonton, -
w~~,
Hackman. hy deed dated SepL 15, 1887. receded in
tic Lr~unty/In Bookof Deeds
NO.124, folio 416, etc.,
atat’e lu the we.t~rly side-of Ft~th fllr~t
Townof nammauton, at a point five hundred and fifty
feet along the wide of said Fifteenth Street from the
point oflUI Inb*~tlou w~th the ~’atro ot the Camden
& Atlantic Railroad ; thnnco (l~t) In UoeI~ntll~l with
the said Camden & AnontlcRanr~d north fortyoue
degr~e~ fatty mlnutm wes, to n~q~ke dl~t one hundred and fifty [150] ft. ; thenc~ (2od) In a nnn Imralle!
with said Flft~.nth Street. north forty two degree~
fortymiuute~ east In n stake tiny feet distant ; thence
(3rd) In a line sonlh forty cue degr~,s Jolly ml,,nte4
e4tst to a ~ko In Fifteenth 8tr~t dt, taut cos hundred
nnd flt~y feet ; thence (4th) along the westerly side
Fifteenth Rh’~*f In a Huemouth forty one degrtes forty
minutm wt~t fifty feet 1o thepl~ce of b¢slnnlng.
Designated as I~t 5 In Lewis B. Iqlckman’s plan of
Iota called UWuhingtonHeJght~.’*
¯ 8elz4~l as the propertyof LewisB. Hlckman. and
takenIu ex~tlon xt *.he suit of ~rtl~C. ~olllng1~,
executrix, &c,, of Anus C. nradd ~k
HAMMONTON,
/
Mpes’ Complete
Manures,
RealEstate &InsuranceAgt
Commissioner of Deeds, Notary
Public, Real Estate and Insurance,
Hammonto~.a;
the I~td~tar’s office of Camden,
and at M~y’sLanding In BookNo. ! IS.
in the Rec~r~er’a circe of Atlantic Gouuty.
therv0nt, neverthele~,
the foilowi~
~ex.ms=.~l.9-5
Wo ofteu hear opinions against the
Italian immigration that is Betting to.
onr shores; and right hero in
When in need
of
Suit
Just received a supply of
Hammoaton there aro those of this
(Ready-made or made to measure.)
opinion.
This is all nonsense. All
peoplo are against bad immigrants, and
tho question i8 not ono of nationality.
From best makers. Our goods are Popular, aud Prises Right.
Good immigrants aro alwayfi welcome.
In NewOrleans wo find great complaint,
Such as
S. E. Cur. 2nd and Spruce Streets, Philadelphia.
cud justly,
against the ltalian
immi- - Old East End. Sign of the’Golden Pole.
Early Vegetable Manure
grants, and serious trguble arose there
not long ago. in Chile, conversing with
"
General Use
the head of a Chile wholesale house,
"
"A" Brand
he said ; "The Italians
are the best
"
Potato
-We-are not afraid
Q"
to give them credit, they pny pro.., m~t_
Corn
) their word,_and are to be comGroundBone, etc.
mended all around." Now, if bad people come from Italy it is because the
government is bad, and the Italian
Will soon have.~a.......................
car-load
_- ........... - ___~.....: _ leaYee_ther¢
because_~_f._o_ppre
~si0 n..The ..... _Bellev.ue..Avenue,_nor
: ......................
th_~
f-Thizd.
Street,................................................................
Italian loves Italy, aud I don’t blame
Dried and Ground Fish
him,--it is a beautiful eount~, and if
Fish-~nd-Potash
*
the eamo social and political
freedom
were to be established
there as here
Nitrate of Soda
-ther~ld
be.thousauds of them reMuriate of Potash,
turn ; and I dou’t know that I might
uot feel like joining them. ~ow, Amerand in fact anything in
icane pretend to sympathizo with thoee
Your choice of varieties at
who flee from oppression, and it they
and
Hams, Shoulders, Dried Beef, Salt Pork.
knew the bitter iron heel that is upou
at an extremels/
the_y~
wouldbo p~L0ud
of the
that may bewanted.
........ low-figure.
poor Italianwho fleesfromthe suuny
Conveyancer,
Atlantic. and i~trtly In theTownshlp of Winslsw, In
the County of Camden, State of New Jersey~ bounded
follows: Beginning at ~, point ~d~ corner to Hay’e
land lu the line of Camden& Atlar~tlc Railroad. nmr
the cromlng of Fifteenth Street: thence
d~gre~ ca~t by Hsy’s line five chains and thirt
thence north ten dea’r~eeaud five minutes east
by Hay’s line) twenty nln. chains and
links to the eeutre of the )Iurphy R od ; thnnconorth
"e~ghryel~I,t
d~west al~ug the center of said road
eight chains and ninety llnks: thence still by centre
ofasJd road south eighty six degrees sad thirty rain.
wt~t nine chains tO a col ner; titence south teu des,
and fl tee~
to the IIn~ of~ld rollroad; thence mut~
five d~gr~s and thirty minutes t~t twent
fetme more or I,~s. Relng .the
, E]wood and
Publishe~s.
N.J.
4~2
Per terms, apply at my resideno~,
_(~el~xaLAwand Grape 8t~ .......
Hammonton, N.J.
¯
Sons,
Fertilizers.
I tried. 0hamberiain’g Pain Balm to reduce the swelling and ease the pain, and
to my agreeable surpriee, it did both. I
have used three fifty-cent bottlee~ud belleveit lobe the-finest thlng for rh~uma.
tiara, pains and swelhnge extant.
:For
sale by druggists¯
of Hammsnton. In the 06unty of
and State of NowJersey,
r parcel of land and premises h,rainafter lmrtteularly
be promptly attended to..
WILL
21,
Hammonton,
"MyJ
sore to touch or almostto
at the hoar of two o’clock In the uflernocu of eald day
at the hotel of Alexander Altken, on Egg Ilorber
w
J.
June
VOL. 88.
Itcam.
SMITH E. JOH~SON, Sheriff.
Dated Moy~ I. 1895.
1N’.J.
Ho~ ,t
HenryM. phillips,
for a bottle and began its use,
from the first dose began to get better,
an:l after using three bottles was up and
about again. It is worth Its weight in
gold. We won’t keep store or house
without it."
Get a freetrial at Croft’s
Pharmacy.
Persons who sympathize with the afflicted will rejoice with D. E. Carr, of
1235.Harrison St., KansasCity. He is
an old sufferer from inflammatory rheumatism, but has not heretofore
been
troubled in this climate. Last Winter
he went up into Wisconsin, and in eense.
Ironed on.~ of the" Court of Chancery of NewJersey, I
:
~
BeaversNew
owe my life.
Was takeu
with lagrlppe and tried all physicians for
miler ahout but of no avail, and was
and told I could not live.
Pension
& Claim Agent. M~’se~
o~ ~,. ~T,T~,
By rlrt~e of a writ of flert facile to mo dlrectM,
EA.MMON~ON,
Greatest dividend paying abil_ ~ity.Uneqt~alied sect city.-
Mr.
thence (Sth) north
east !’part ~#,u
£ smell ,uu of water to sn c.ld plus stump.
e ; thence (6th) north fifty ouo degrees
and twenty four minutes east tweu~ cholue and fifteen ]luksto s stone by an old road; thence(Tth)
~uth forth eight dezree~ and fourteen mlnutm mat
thirty five ch~dnAand f,,urtaen links cro~ug old run
of water to an old atone corner; thence (Sth) south
t two degrssa odd slx minutes saat twsnty one
and eighty six links to a stone in the Society’s
thence Ifthl along said liuo iouth eighty two
, nine chains and nlnozy four links to
place of beginning; nontainlog one huudrnd and
yaeren ncr~of land. be the ~o morner le~
zg a tract of lend which Mary A. Crawley bought
of~ld Ephraim Tomllneon by deM bearing eren date
w|ththe mortgagvh~relnnn~r mentioned and r~corded In thn Cler~t’s Office of Bald county nt May’s Land.
lug, In Book No.
of Deeds, folio
, reference
unto said deed being had the title will more folly and
at lorg~ appear.
8el~ as the property of BenJomln Crowley. Jr,,
and others, and taken in execution at suit of Mary E.
0ommissic
Of Philadelphia.
A purely Mutual Company, eenducted
for members, by members.
when his All ’forms of legitimate Life Insurance
while, but this is
written, to meet your special needs,
methods become
if he can
at the l~w~tsquare rates¯
not get it in one way he resorts
to
Asset~,
$24,960,660.
othe’rs, and sometimes gets into limbo.
I~or all information, address .
1880. Is bounded as l
i at a ~tnne on the northea,t lids of the
from Hammoutou to Oolumblsstanding
-north elghtytwn degtesa salt ninety eight links from
alargostono
In the Society’s "ins, now the nneof
Harvey Beach’s land, and runs(lot)no,th
twenty nine
degrees sod six minutes w~t four chums and forty
seven links to ~ eton~cornnry to land sold to Thomas
]t.XVt~coat ; thenc0 (2nd)
t he s ame north e ighty
two degrees east twenty eight chaios and ninety six
links to a stone corner to the sam~L thense (~nl)hy
twenty nine degrees and SIx minutes west twefl’cy
elaine and el~ven links to a atone corner to ~ld Horn
land ; th*nce I4th) by the um~south eighty twodeg,
Every
pipe
s e rnped
DUKES
MIXTURE
or
pP.NNMUTUAl,
LI
Insurance Company
It Is said by some one that the angels
weep when they see a young man begin
to spend more than he makes. This
may or may not be true, but somebody
soon euffem when he starts out determined to have all he can eat, drink and
wear, whether he has the money to
By virtue of a writ of fl-rl incise; t ~ me dJreCtedt
Imm~dnut of the Hew Jees~y Court or Chancery, will
be sold at public venduo, on
Frank O.Hartshorn,
AtWin& Son’s .NewSt0r0,
PAINTER,
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m
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For a NewLine of" ....
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SATURDAY, JUNE 8.
/ :
Ingrain and Brussels
....
’,,
Carpets and Mattings
:i
i
CALL AT
M.
STOCKWELL’S.
Also, NewProcess Gasoline Stoves
AND FINE OIL STOVES.
3, ~o-,8 cents per Roll. Golds, 8, 10, 12 cents.
wt
xz Dow
15, 25, 35, 50 e. each. Lace Shades, 75 c.
each.
.y & Mather, 21 North Second St,r
PHILADELPHIA.Penna.
Nearest Paper and Shade Hous ee to theFerries: .
"’ The, iladelphia w ee: ly Press
....
and the Republican¯, both a yem
tor $I.25, cash. .....
%
Stop!
....
FinePrint-Butter
Whereyou will find the best Meats
and Vegetables in season.
,
,
ges~:
P-~iees-awreasonabte-as-etsewhere:.
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--101--
&:EcKl ARDT/Proprietor.
......
O! coumo we cannot ex
have all things as we would like to have
them. We worn sincere in desiring the
re-election of Prof. Salisbury as Principal of our ’schools,
and did what we
could to secure that dtsired legislation ;
hut w~__wore_dsfcate.d.-no
matterhow,
it is past,beyoudrecall,
and needouly
be rememberedior future action. We
shalLdrop_flae aubject.for_th~ present.
~F~ List ot uncalled-for letters in the
Hammonton Post-Office,
on Saturday,
June 8tb, 1895:
..........
8ATWRDAY, JUNE 8, 1895.
Fruit GrowergUnion
of Hammontoo.,,This was discussed
favorably by all, and unanimously
adopted. Dr. North then moved to
considerthe resolution
adoptedby the
pub!ic moeflng:0f~ket week,An regard to
the course of study. There seeme~l to
be no real opposition to re.adoptlng the
independent course; but the question
was made a specialorder for the-July
meeting--CountySuperintendentand
Supervising Principal to be present and
take part in the discussion. The fact is
patent to all thinkers that, having sac-
And Co-Operative
Hammonton, N.J,
l eatdi-"tt’e
1895.
FO
As there is prospect of n.
big fruit crop, and especially
" Mrv. Burney
Mrs, Gee, Gage
Strawberries, it wouldbe wise
SameaT. Smlzer,’2
A.C.Jv.ckson
your
o~
Clazlplndo d! Oen naro
disturbing element in the Board is gra- and crates.
Although
Old
Persons calling for any of the above ctouMy willing to yield in aU minor
Father
Time
seems
to
have
letters will please state that it has been points,--henee
the apparent harmony.
advertised.
~"
Miss
Julia
Magruder, whose story forgotten his reckoning, we
¯
’ JOHN T. Fn~Ncm P. M.
of "The I’rincess Souls,,, in the Century think that he has awakenedto
~F" Train time changed on Wednes- Is attracting
such favorablecomment,
the fact that strawberries are
day last week. Reading, up-trains leave has given h~r new novel to The L~d/e~,
beginning to blush in spite of
2tome
Journal.
It
is
called
"The
Hammontonstation at 5:10, 7:30 (exp.)
Violet" and deals with the question of his late coldness toward them,
9:00 and 9:37 (exp.) a.m., at 3:52 (exp.), second marriage.
Mr. C, D. Gibsou,
and 5:20 p.m. Down trains at 9:19 a. the illustrator,
is making a eeri~ of and so, to keep up to the
.m.,--3:49 (exp)i 5:50 (exp.)~-7:00
times, or rather up to date, we
pic(urestor th~ novel.
¯
¯
I
7:57 p.m On the C. & A., up-tratus
at
are beginning to sell Ref~ige-:
A good character,
~ood habits and
6:05, 7:23, 9:40 (exp.} a.m., 3:43 p’m.
raters and Ice Bo±es, and
Downtrains, 6:00 (exp.}, and 9:25 a.m., industry are impregnable to the assaults
of all the ill luck that fools ever dreamed advise you to buy a Quick
5:38, and 5:45 (exp.} p;m:
Meal Gasoline Stove to keep
of.
During Monday night’s
storm
...................................
¢give-ottidrs bre~k~-themwarm_
1000. at , of New York City, are visiting at Mr.
!M. D. DoPuy’s‘ Dr. DePuy has been
~ MrS. T. B. DIxon, el Philadel!very !11 for some t.imo pa~t, bUt we are
phia, Is the auest of Mrs. Win, Ruther- pleased to know that he is rapidly on
ford.
the gain. He is well known here.
~" John W. Logan has bought A. I ~ Some sons of veterans
iu town
H. Simonsi ~ec0nd-hand tuvaiture bus- are agitating the re-organization of the
fold Camp. We would like to see the
iness.
FruitGrowers’Association
will i movement succeed, as the old soldiers
arefastgetting
their earthly_ discharge,
~ue.noprinted berry di~patehes__this
and "sons" will soon be veeded to fill
~on.
iu the:ranks..
.... .
"
- .......~Mrs~W.-M. Galbmith and son,
~Mr.
H.
C.
Krebs,
S-upervislng
of Haddonfleld,spent Sundayat her
Principal elect of our schools, was in
father’s.
EPPER PLANTS at Mr. t%wler’s,at town on Tuesday, and attended
25 centsr 10o
-Bo~rd -meeting- tbat- evening-’--- He
Mr. tI. A. Waas and wife, of gentleman by birth and education aud
1%iladelpbia,
were visiting
Dr. Wtms made a very.favorable
impression upon
’ all who met him.
last week.
Albert Smith has accepted a ~os- "Ill, OF.BALE.--The
good-will, stock, fixtures
JL’ . au,t store property.of the Urmof ,P..~.
iti0u:-atAtlantic City-:amt wilt-move Ttit~n & (’o:--For
particulars inq, Ireof-W. B~ TILTON.
his family there.
The
members
and
ex-members of
"
~ The Fruit Grower’s Union issued
:No. 1, Vol ,’v, oLthcir "Daily Bulle1! .....
quested to meet-for practice,
next!
.,~
tin," on Monday.
Monday evening at 6:30, on the ball
~r Newadvertisements thin week,--=_. groimd, In/- their 10rtb~0iifing-game with
W. H. Bernshousv, W. L, ,3lank, M. L" the Hammontou Club: By order-uPthe
~ackson, F. E. Roberts.
CAPTAIN.
......
: .....
POTATO
PLANTS.$1 per
SWEET
1,’ow
ler’s.
p
:struck t h~-~iii~if-5 Fth~"MSE:
the bridge over which he must pass
Church, near its ape~, looseued and
Call and see them.
scattered
shingles
in its downward himself; for every man has need to be
course,but seemingly
did not entertbe forgiven.
building,
preferring
a leapto theground Be like a glass and draw the sunshine
of hatipiness ; then let it-shine through
by-t h B-~vay -ot-a--fe-ffco--tSost ~’
you _UPq~ 9th~er e. . ........
BUNTING.
shattered.
Pastor
For Decoration Day. Flags-andred - .....
his male members were at work in the
I have two little grandchildren whoare
building at the time, but knew nothing testhiog this hot summer weather and white and blue stripes.
ara troubled with bowel complaint. I
of the eat~trophe until the next morn- give them Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera,
Mosquito Nettivg,--wir% lineu, aud
lug
...................
and Diarrhea Remedy; and it actslikb a cottonin all colors.............................
-charm. I earnestly
recommend:it-for
.....
, of the Supreme children with bowel trou01e,
FurnitureDenim,36 incheswlde,’25
a yard. A good strongmaterial
selftakenwitha severe attaokof
covering
tges,
car.
Chancellor-to succeed tOibt. S. Green-~
mine. Drapes very ntcely, jmd can be
ach,
Out-third
of
a
bottle
of
this
remn~ly
deceased. Judge Reed;s term on. the cured ms. Within twenty four hours I washsd. Good tO cover cushions that
¯ Supreme- bench~would
; have expired
w~s out~of-bbd and doing my housework, get hard usage.
nextyearand he probably
reasoned
that Mrs. W.L. Dunagan, Bon-aqua, Hick-
Vic
urns,
for summer wear. 5cent Lawns in light
colors.
a Sunday-when we cklldren
~’SOO Ellis’ adv. for bartmlns In l have a chance to say something In
church, and, my, don’t we make the blg
bicycles.
i folks listen."
~" A nice warm rain on Wednes"Gates Ajar,, is the title of the
day night,
Children’s Day exercises of the M. E.
A fine new rallrot~
station is
Sunday School." Judging by the prepabelug built at Folsom.
rations being made the programme will
Ground was broken yesterday for prove one of unusual attractiveness
to
:EL L. Jackson’s new building.
: both eye and ear.
R SALEor TO RENT." Twelve roomed
I~. S. C. Drown, of Camden, will
house and twenty-two acres of land, one
spend the summer in tIammcntou.
half In fruit. SlOper month,
Iuqulre or G.W. pRESSEY.
Mm. J. A. Gould visited
Ham-
See’y, hm.
June 1st,
At the ~aptlst Church to-morrow
evening. Pastor Kililan’s
toplcb--the
second sermon on "’Push," the subject
being "Pleasures--the
.true vs. the
false." Everybody invited.
I~" Freddy wan teltlnghis’aunt about
~,[O21ETIIING
NEW--worthy
of your cou~derul;~otd
atumtotum-tnbte~vrtreCall Ill Slid see It. Prices x~ororea~onable
thlta sUverware.
~TEELE,
IIammont~n Jeweler.
I
~r The Misses Iua and Emma Veals,
;,
Dr. Stifler exhibited hie chart II.five of the lllo of Christ, Thur~day evenlug, ~nd gave an entertaining
explanation ot It, with an au~l~ele of
the gospel records el the one perfect life.
The chart ts a simple but ingenious at-
Bread" ......
ledge of the events chrouicled cau be obtained andkept-ln-niemory;
¯ ~ The Artisans
Order of Mutual
Protection had a fine time on Tuesday
evening. The "Most Excellent,
officials wore present, the attendance of
members was lame, the music was good
and the rotreshments were appreciated.
It is a good institution,
and, as one of
them remarked, "Is composed of the
flower of f4ammonton society."
~’~OB. SALE, ’20 acre farm ou Eleventh
8t
JP with 8-roomedhouse barn, etc.
Address
JA~IE~½ ~VANS.
Ave..Atlantle
CRy.
’slcian
knownto all el
~hoseskillis undoubted,says ¯there
will eventuallybe a largo numberof
sufferersfrom kidney complaintslu
:town unless bicyclersabandou thek
stooping position in riding, and learn to
use their machines with discretion.
Oue cau overdo in work or play, aud
! bring on incurable disease by indiscreet
use of a health-givin~ wheel.
~vhdseserious
injurywe recorded
lastweek,diedearl~
ou Saturdaymoroiug,not havlni~recoveredconsciousness
sincethe nooi~lent.Funeralserviceswere held no
S u~daY_~a.[temoou..in. St._ J_eseph.’s..(R._
C.) Church, attended by a large number ot people of all nationalities residing
here. Seventy carriages
were iu liue
ou leaving
the church.
Mr. Ranero
was nne 0f our best Italian citizens,
industrious,
prog
his dealings, and consequently prosper-
and Pies.
Also New Candies.
~m
!
at J. B. Small’s:
Watches--
to the whole community for all
and respected him.
.......
TO SUIT YOU ALL-PHceswaydown.Gold-filled La_die~_aud__G_ents[.:
: .................
Wat-6fi~§-~
~p-e-Si-hlt~:
........ The), are muchbetter than a gold
w~tch at the same pHce,
You know how we do our Repairing,s~ bring it in.
Clocks called for and deliveredYes, we can fit your eyes !
HainmontonJeweler.
knew
sttack_0f rheumatism._.1 used ChamborTrued his wheel
-latn’s Pain "Balm and was completely
cured. I bare since advised manyof my __~etit_won2-buclde-l-"
and all speak highly of i~. Simon
bi~ preparations for the Fourth of
baumo San Luis Rey, Cal. For sale by
druggmts.
races, The Park track will be in prime
condition, the prizes of unusual value,
"
!
He cried,with a chuckle ;
But it did~and he now has to walk.
Caution.~Do not buy_the_heckling_kind.
X--I.
relatives
in Hammonton.
It~. The strawberry barvest is "ou.’,
:May growers realize their Mghest hopes
_ lnlhe_way_ofmonoy~mturns.
-
with a small bit of chalk.
:i
erns:lTtou
than ever before. Hammonton riders
What price you want to pay for a
willneedto workhardto sustaintheir bicycle, I can meet i~. Mynew wheels
:i ~
$9o00 per year, than to take the chances
Agent for Victor, Spalding, Cleveland,
lead.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajobarie, N. Y.,
folks" are $50, ~65, $75, and
’" ’
of being retained in hie present office.by
gitl~
~ys that he always keeps Dr. King’s
~
-Waverley,and-Crede~d-a--Bie-yeeI~s.
Table Linens. Beginning at 25 cents,
~.~TENCILS
AND
_RUBBEK__SrAM2Sk~ Le~,voyour orders for ,lentil cutting slid ,
Second
hand
wheels
at
from
$10
to
$40.
~====~
.....
New_J)i~cover
a Republi_qanG____overnor.
ualitie~-xm
~ap~o-9-Yet~; .... ~- ..........
:ubber 811tll)pt~ etc., with A.L. PATTEN,
at Just now a small Boys" Safety, Ladies’
family
has
always
fouud4he
very
best
We
also
keep
the
’
.5:: ...... L .................
_ ~ Miss Emma Fauuce is agah~at
may be, I’he appointment is universally
:
Stegl’,
Jewelt’y
store.
I~attsiactloa
given.resuitafollowita
use;that
.........
Cushion spring frame Bumbler (iiks
--’--~-: home lrom her ~chool in-Now York
rec0~nized as a good dne.--W’.’J.I’ress:
be without it if procurabln. G.A. Dyke. - ...... ~Vlilte Felt
Open meetingo[ the O. I. H. 0n new), Bovs’ cushion Rambler, and ~hree
man, druggist, Catskill. N. Y., says that
Thursday
eve,13thinst.,at Mechanic~’goes pneumatics.
be used under the linen ¢lotb,--make~
__ . where she is instructor in music.
Rev. O. D. Coleman, wife and he has used it in his family for eight to
IF Y~)U WANTa nice bed of Coleus.Mr. BaIL Membersel both local brauches
it lookbetter and we~r longer,--wtli Pay
Cash or Inst,lments.
21. Fowler wlll plant you one at ~tvorylow
two children, of Concepcion, Chile, ar- years, aud it has never¯ failed to do all in the end.
figure.
are
expected
to
be
present..
Others,
not
that
is
claimed
for
it."
Why
not
try
a
Sylph
Overland
rived iu town this week. It is Mr.
so long tried and tested. Trial
~. Friday morning was dellghtfall~
members, are invited.
The meeting
Perealss for Shirts and Shirt Waists.
Dampman Special.
Coleman’s first
visit to the United remedy
bottles free at Grott’s pharmacy.
cool,--mercury
down to fltty,--quite
a will be addressed by F. D. Somerby,
States, in twenty years, and it is Mrs.
Silk S cents ~-- b!ack_and
Every-! Sundries.
Weare trying to make warm] Laces--all" styles and widths.
body come.
I~
Miss
Lucia
Hendrickson,
of
"Everything under the sun." .
a boy and a girl, lout and three years
The best salve i0 the world for cuts,
Including Oriental, Point D’Irlande,
Woalher eudurablo by offering season. ]
Lamp~,
$1
up.
WashLngton, D. C,; is visiting
wlthl
Cyclometers, $o
:glisb. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fsver Cmrpet San, ples,
~- Win. A. Headman died at his
.......................
able goods at prices within the reach ] t Broiderle Anglaise, Combinatfion
])antb~ SZ up.
-- ~W’~Gtere,SZ np
sores,
letter,
chapped
hands,
chilblains,
~,
R.
H.
Hoflman,
ioa
¯Thirteenth
St.
i
Guipfffe aiid-Toi-0hon~
We have a low left~--Bruslels
and
Mrs. Coleman speaks French, German, corns,and all skineruptions,
on
Twelfth
Street
last
SaturStockimt%
G0
o.
Caps,
50
ctS.
and pealof all.
......
Russian, .Spanish and Englisb. They! lively eure~ pi:es, or no pay required. It Ingrain, ¯
The censuseuumeratorenrolled day night. He had been unwell for a
Bells, Wrenches, Oils, Chain
] Ladies’ Parasols.
Lub’ioants~
Cements,InnerTubes, SummerDressGoods.
in guarnnteed to give perfeot satisfaction
win make Hammonton their home, lie-i
852 chlldreuof school m~e iu Hammou- lew daysaud bmm fever suddenlydevel~
~
] Bomethingvery desirableat $0.85
Va]~,
Tires.
Toe
Clip%
Dotted Swiss, 12}, 15, and 25 cts
ing on the York place, Thirteenth St. or re,hey refunded. 25cents per box, at
ton, between five and eighteen years oped, causing death in a few hours.
Crolt’spharmacy.
.... ~’~Nks,Easmels~_
::Platu-whlte
Lawn~0r~In-d[~,
~Sfiifimer :Beve-r~-:: ::~ ::
_
.............
Mr. Coleman is styled,
by a HammonR0v.: J. U: :KilIian--C%ffddctgd fdne-mi’ P~ai-Rubbe~,¯
LuggageCarriers, ete,
12~ and 15 oonte
We have a great variety,--Ro0t
Bo~
~esday last, between my home services ou Monday afternoon.
a typical American.
Burial
--Jaconat Duchosse, 12} c
Extra, t, Cherry Phosphate, Kop~
;(rod and the Union. a pocket
Percales
W. H. ELLIS),
considerable money Kind in Phihdelpbia.,
~(vok
I~ Miss Mary Jenison,
of Main
5 eta
Hammonton N.J.
=~3htret-a~l9 cents
Raspberry Lsmonado.
half-mile from the P. O.
Courtright.’s
Photo.
Gallery.
Fruit. oa~ grove.
MrS. Whittakerand her little Goodsix room
~. S. ~. OL~ ~Y.
Ladies’ y_ ests~Nl styles
Porcelain-Kettles
.........
.....
)~dre .......
the ann!versary of her birthd.ay--by the
grandson,
"Binky"
Smith.0
havg__re
.......
Someas lowas 5 cents
~
~r
Mr;
W:
A:M:ltar,
a
long
time
¯ never socheap. Now is the ¯ "
~ 61 some of her
~turned-fro-tn-S-eyeful
months,
stay
in
........
! .....
time to buy them.
Fans in great assortment.
xeeident of -’.:Hamm0nton~--well--known
led by Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ke
-: california.
- ..........
Palm Leaf aud Japaness. 3 cents will
and
universally
respected,
died
at
hls
There were present amon~
I. A largo-and-handsome-h~ff~e--on
Extra Jar Rubbers.
buy a very attractive Fan
II~ The monthly business meeting of home in’Camden, May 20th, of paraly--Miss Allio ~lack, Masters Sut- Plea~ntStreet,onlya fewrodsfromthe
~be W. C. T. U, will be held at Mrs. ale of the heart, aged 68 years. He had
railroad,
very
convenient,
with
heater,
ton, Slack, Kevser, and Allendar, who ooaservatery ; good barn, two lots,
:Nettle
Tomlin’s, Tuemday afternoon
beeu couflned to the house for some
came loaded with many nice gifts for’
mext, at three o’clock.
2. A neat 7-room house on Second St,
ttme, from heart trouble,
but death
the young Miss thus honored. A very very Oouvente_n_tL_b_ea_utifully finished,
"
~F-The’Base Ball Club put a roof on came very suddenly.
enjoyable evening was the result. " Mr bested ~n~foL
1~erchant Tailor.
The Ladies’ Crescent for ’95 is
their grand stand, and built a few rods
The Hood Foulkrod team play
Keyser furnished
the music. Matte
B. Good house and lot on Second St.,
of board fence which may be continued our boys a return game to-day.Let ue
very
desirable.
a’ model of beauty.
Fred. Sutton seemed to enjoy himself,
till arouud their grouuds.
12.
Farm
ou
Pleasant
Mills
Road.
five
bope
that
we
make
as
good
showing
all
although a recent newcomer.
Light weight.
miles from Hammonten pos~-~fltoo..
20
.....
"]’~ECORATIoN DAY ts gone. but Mr. throughthe ~ameas we did for the first
made to order,on’short
good house. A
.L~ Fowler’s nowers are not all gone. and he
:tlr" Ilammonton shared in the storm aer0s, partly in fruit;
Very
attractive.
ts offering_ a lot of beddln danta at half
gran~1
uaranteed.
]/H6e;--sot,*
e as
-of-Mondaynigh t,---Ctouds-o f~an-in
there Is no excuse for you If you do not have standhas been reeled,and the ladies Whether you are thinking of
14. The Lawsou house Orohard St.
~eLhed.__j~¢onts
wli! buy enough for
easyterms.
~lult~.a
bed.
_ .........
the windblew a gale, hghtning 15. A )argo house on Grape Btrev
b
school houseto escapea sprinkle.
see our ~amples.
I~" Mrs. Will. G. Hood and child
rooms;-oearlymow_Two a, oree;
.....
ARM FOR ~ALE--ou~inth Street. near
to our proper level ; but
Te~terday
accompanied
her
parent~
to
thunder rolled and crashed, ram fell in
16. Ten a~res on First Road, four In
First Road. 27 acres, 8 acres Improved.
berrte*. Cheap.
~h0ir home nt Chester,Mass.,where she smaUhouse and barn..~on)e lrutt. ~00grnpo We have two ladies’ wheels,
torreuts,
and (in places) hail rattled
vines. Inquire of
JOt:IN ATKI~I~ON.
17. Aa attractive and vary oomfortable
,expectsto spendthe Summer.
on the window panes as though about
t1" It was au interesting
game of
’94 pattern, for sale cheap.
ho,,~
on
Central
Avenae~--soven’rooms!
to force an entrance.
In two hours’ bells, pantry, bath, hot and cold water,
In the Pine Road Chapel to-incr.
In Black’s Building.
base ball, lastS~turday aftsrooon, be.
xow evening at 7:30, Roy. H. T. Taylor tweeu the Hammonton Club aud the
time, two inches of rain fell. It was Windmill; ~wo acres, apples and other
loneof themostterrific
storms
on record.fruit. Fair terms.
Hammonton.
The Crescent prices are
will preach on "The nature and object ’Hood-Foulkrod
team, of Philadelphia.
18. Thirty acres on Seventh St., partly
~Many t~uces were leveled, vegetation
<)f our Lord,s second coming."
The home team made an exce)lent
cranberry bog.
battered, limbs broken from trees, small
showing until the slxth inning, when
~ Universalist
Church to-morrow.
19.
Forty
acres
o~
Oak
Road,
gOod
buildings overturned, and gullies worn
~ervlce~ both morning and evening, zn come one got rattled,and the score
-’l~8IDIlq~
by the surplus water on every down in profit, inotudtug smaLLeranbcrry bog.
~tmtl
in favor of the visitors.
’"
r ~
grade.
Reasonable price.
....
~mon In the morning; Sunday School
The
State
Senate
met
on
Tues20. A house aud larg~ lot ou Egg
HA~s~ONTON,
:
¯concort
In the cvoning.
Mutton Chops, 16 cent~.
While in Topeka last Maroh, E. T. Harbor Road ; six rooms, halls, attio ;
day pursuant to vote of adjournment,
As good a wheel as made.
Ofllo~Day%--EvetT
week.day.
Barber a promtuent newspaper man of heated. & bargain.
aud
heard
a
pan’tal
report
o!
their
3 2 CENTS
ofgood beef
Light weight.
Leg Mutton, 12½ cents.
La Cygne, Kan., was taken with cho era
"
steag, pays
at for a poundJACKSON’S.
21. Elghtroom house and two lots on
GAS ADMINISTERED.
Committee of Investigation.
It Is a
mortms very severely. The night clerk Third ~tveet ; ’~erv convenient ; heated Noohaa’ge for oxtraottng with 6m,~; when
Fine
design.
very
Interesting
document,
exposing
]:lind Quarter, 10 cents.
at the hOtel where he wins ~topplng hap- throughout.
~" To-morrow will be "Children’s
teeth are ordered.
pened to have a bottle of Chamberlain’s , 22. J. N. Jones ’ large house, next t~
The bestadjustable haudie
:Day." All the SuudaySchoole are pre- the illegal and criminal squandenng of
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
many thousands el dollars
of State
Fore Quarter, 6 cents.
j, ared for it, and special music, reading, money every year’posslbly
bar on the market.
and gave him three doses, which relieved the Ba, ok, on Bellevue.
aggregathim and he thinks saved his life. Every
amcltatlons, flowers and blrd-songs
will ing a million or more.
Easily lowered or raised ........
family should keep this remedy in their ~’~.For any desired informa~make up the programme. Take a full
homo at all times, No one can tell how
""
HENRY
M.
PHILLIPS.
withoutdismounting.
tion
in
re~ard
to
the
above,
flmrse with you, for spectal collections
soon it may be p.eeded. It co~ts but a
’
dbr worthyoblocta will be taken.
trifle,
and may be the means ot treeing
call
uponor address ~ditor
Price, ~80 or $100.
Win. Ruthertord,
mu~h cuff, wing a,d perhaps the iife’of
Commissioner of Deeds, Notary
Of South
Je~’s~ .RcTWdican
,
some memberor the fami|v. 25 and’50
Publio, Real Estateand Insurance,
. |ll~" Insure with A, ~I. Phillips & Co.,
eeet bottles for sale by druggist,
’ ...... ~tmmontono
N. J’,
~ll8 Atlantic Av0,s Atlantic Gity.
Hammonton, ~N. J.
~t~.Orders promptly filled.
Treas~we.
HAMMONTON
mit Growers’Union
Bicyclesto
i,!
,--T_E_LEEOH,
oi LeehwStiles
&Co;,
..........
The
)ecialists,
Will he at CroWs Pharmacy, In Hammonton,NJ.,
Friday, July 5th, 1895.
!’t
¯
_.
’here Is no safer, surer or cheaper methodof obtaining proper
relief for overstrained and defective eyesight, headache, andso
forth, than to consult Leech. Stiles & Co.’s Speelallsk The
huppyresult~from correctly fitted glassesareagrateful surprise
to persons whohave not before kmownthe real profit to them.
selves In wearing gone glasses. No chargeto examine your
eyes. All glasses g3mmnteed by LEECH./~TILES & CO.
FOR
MONFORTOYOLE 130.,
g & Dyeing,
......
:For: Meatandvei.......
CRESCENTS
GEO. STEEL]KEN,
F
Mutton is away below
~,
!:’
50, $75, Sso, $9o.
go_to
J.
¢
i
L0okat_0ur_ P xces,
DIHTKST,
a
’
Gee. M. Bowles’ Market,
’Egg Harbor Road and Cherry Street,
X, Waas
Hammontom
F RAZER
AXLE
CWF
r e0to PianandPigssale.
M. L. JACKSON,
6etttte6enine
!
Sold
Everpbere
I.
ust back from the comer, on Second Street.
! ..........
..............
’7 ": ......................................
!i:
¯ I
Steam Ice Cream
BLACK’S GENERAL STORE
At the Market opposite the Post-office,
.
1895.
Jl Iiousehold
an ge semen t at
;4
[Eutcred as second class matter.]
The Tuesday evenlugmeettug
of[ ’
the Board of Education was as harmonious as a church soclable~ I..deeff.tha
President Callo-d it a’/Quakcr meeting,"
but there ’was too much talk for that.
All wore pr~ent except Mrs. Beverage.
Dr. North moved that Mr. Krebs be
tlte ~lttn~ l%r thh a~iiil/~lda ur awarded to the 16~vi;~t¥~i~dfib~l~h~hltldro at.
one
as sues aa praetlo’thlo
after the tar notcO for t~ wnokapnbllahad-in
luildlng, hoeldtaland one of the wings daily palmr having t"o lartre~t elroulatlou ill
thn
o]tlea
of
Jersey
CItlr,
Newark
and
Tren’"
the rnform Lt try s dl haw benn templet, o~ the day and lloUr when eealeu prothe aforesaid ennlmls~l(ulers are herehy tel
s!tDlll~ nf_ah~
will hn roc.eWe_d f
¯ CIIAPTElt CCCXLVII.
drod and twenty-rive ,Ioilarn.
123 00
)OIIcy
of
lifo
htsurufcu
hcrealtor
issued
eonstltutnd
a hoard ot ntalntger~ for sahl rt~- posah
ni~fei l~.TgB.fid~fl-Plflles
~ll, nna oxPenARACttodefrss,
the-incidental
expensesof
Item NO,~4,’[’u- John -t ~,, Itanklnt, forIIf~ll~lrnuee ch~;pnr~tto~ of ~h]s "fmrmat~rrf°r~th° tsrffl" of tltron
es
thall be nn8us
of
such
matorlalbor
pill
Ilion
furnished
the
senate,
sesthe Legislature of New,Ierf(~y 1"or thu t;csill f0reo throe fll[I years, shall, until fholr saccesfors Mlall Save
Oil his warrant
’ the couIDtrollol
shin of (tile thotlsand eight hunoton of on0 thousand eight hmldrod autl
ur bec0nla furfeltmffor the non- firmed by the senate and duly qnaltfled, said
dred
sod
ninety-five,
one
hundred
-rive.
of their
take effect froln
prenlium or Joan madeIn
g ,er*,ThSton
their
shatlthlrty.fl¢stbo
thOdsydOtYof
appolntutentr under the provLslon of section of tho boarddbe ofitenocted~mana
~Y of tim Slutt~ of Now 3ersey. Thut Item No. :1.5. To l,’ranl~ ~’}~o~npson,for
SecuriLy, or ot ally interest so such
Octo)er eacl year, to lu~k0 a rcfiort of the reone, aS eonlmlssloners; thny Mlall severally
It shull
htwful for the treasurer of the state
tits
net
ros~2r’,’o
on
soch
policy,
incoldtng
e%ll~
formatory
to
ttm
governor,
to
bs
bY
him
sulnnlttfid
l~ervleu~ uS keener of tbo ehlul~
give
~lttds
to
the
state
It*
the
sum
of
tell
of New JorHoy to pay, upon tile ~varraut ()f
dividend ndditlmls, cempnted according to
to tits lelllslature of the coltditlon ot said reformrot)hi , f the 8relate, se.~qhln or one
thoasand dolhtra each, with ~two sufficient
the eolnptrolhw, to tin!several
pernoll~ llorelnat thv
Ilnndred andfitly
nine. dole-- American
atol’j~ una t e r proeeollings la regard to the In......
±afte~named, thc.fol2uwlng
alautll~ts,
t_h!tt
!s to --tftbonsalnl
rive?cliOeighthunnred-nnd
lea.to he sPILl_eYedhy t he Sl
nidlt1666~Vto
%li~-fi~qtqih~l-i~c~
attd thcpru~r0sa of the-WoHuo¢c0iiHrifcJ
say:
this apt lion and the alllOUnt of lOOUnyreceived aid ex150 00 oa
duttcs Imposed upon tl
Item No 1. To cash clergyman for opcuI.rs,
the policy wlthhl three months after auch lapse or na tnanagersof
tee
Now
Jersey
state
refortno
pen(led,
wittl
a
dctalicd
statenleut
thereof,
leith
,
Ins tile semsloa of tim 8enale atld
Item No.~&I. To M. 8. Voatnh, for extra
fnrfcltnro, be taken as a sn)glo prom;urnof life Inmafiag0rs
hou0e ofussomblywlth iraynrdurservices ill engrossing clerk’s do,,
suranee at the published rntea of Ihoeorporatlon at afory; llpon their t uallfylng ao a board of such recommendations as the board of
.
shall
deem
proper,
.-. lag tile session of nigilt/den lainpurtment of the senate, sesl~ll(nl of
managers
as
hereinbefore
provided,
then
the time the 0ollcy ~a’as issued, arid shall be ap18. And be It enacted, That tho warden shall
~1~
one thou8and eight hundred lind
dred and ninety.figs, ten dollars
SI0 00
plied, s. shall haw: heon agreed In the oppllcation tholr drttles aml omoluments as conunisslon~"
have the solo power, sUblcCt to th0 power of renlnety-lh’e, pup buodred" and thlr¯ ]tom No.2. T, each eft(cur of the Senate
or vollcy, either to continue the Ifsuranco’ of the ors shall terminate and cease, and they shall
strlctlou
attd
regalatlons
above
given
to
tim
board
......
and llonso of ussemhiy of the 8o8ty-fivo dollars,
13,300 p0bcy In force at tto full amount~Including divi- thereuvon report to the Rover~or anti legtMaof managers, to contract for nnd purchase all
siva t,f eighteen hundred and
Item No. 37. To James II. Mnlheron, for
full and template atat0ment of their
dend addltlons~ so long as such single prcmltna turoa
clothing, provlelon~ supplies and other articles
ninety-four, for sere ces lu opensupplies for bOllSe of aSselnhly.
will purcbasa tamp0rary insnrancc for that amount operations t~s colnmisalonors, but the restrlcrequ redunder thelawso£tho Statof°t-ta°l~°Imr
session of one thousand elgllt hflu¯
lng the session cf eighteen hundred
at the age of tbn htsared at the time of the Isl)sn or tions against their compensatlotl anti their
snplort comrortandmaintenance’s~ the prlsou~
nnd ninety-live, ten dollars
10(dO
drvd and ninety-live,
two hundred
being
Interested
or
concerned
In
contracts
forfeiters, or tO purchase upon the same lifo. at
ors; and the hills for mlehparehnses shall be ap- "
Item No. 3. To George Austin, for serand twcnty-tlvoand seventy-seveu
I)ulldlnea or fnrnlshlng supplies, tu~ llrt~the tromp age, pu[d-up insurance, payable at the for
)roved ny tileboard of maasg0rs, audited by the
vices as cleric to the committee on
one-hundredths doll ,re,
o25 77 samotime and under the same eofdltious, excovt sided fsr ulidor section pap’of this act for
and upon his warrant lmld by the "
’ " 2. And he it enacted, Tliat this act stroll
IM)or anti industries,
session of
nS to psyments of prcmnuns,ns the orlglnnl p011¢y! tlleln na commlss|onors, shall remain in full Comptrotior.
take effeot Immediately¯
force, and ha squally applicable to, and bhld- treasurer of the state; and ho shall eel* and dlspos0
eighteen hundred and ninety-five,
If no such agreementbc e:
Ill
the
a
of
s[lartlcles
manufactured or prepared by tim
~0,¯o hundred dollars
200 00
Approved March 20, 18,%.
,
h*guoouthomasa b0ard of man,tgfirs,
as If
whoso labor Is not hired out, and shall
ltdtn No. 4. To Jobn C. ltankln Comthe titlo of their commissions ll~l not been
CIIAPTEIt
CCCLI.
pany, forbilltilesforhouseof asp|ration ot their terms as comtnlsslonera, as don~, and all moneyson the contracts for thslahor
scmbl session
of
the prisoners, as the asmoshalibecomodue,
he laws of this state reln- n.~uired to be madeto prevent thn forfeiture of the herelnboloro provided, there remains unex- ot
dred and
seveuty-tive
pendedany of the sum approprtutod to them audshalltaakcmolathlystatements thereof to the .
tire to corporations, and to prepare a btfi for poucy.
comptroller
and the board of managers, and shall
,¯
one-hundredths dollars
710 75
as
oommlsaloher~,
It
shallba
l)ald
to
them
by
2. Andbe It enacted,
ThatIf therebs anyInthat lmrpose.
"
payovorthe same, monthly, to the treasurer of
ItemNo. 5. To A nneletus
Kessler,
for
on the policy
wklch has bebnacknowl- the tro~mnrer of the 8tale for thopnrposos
L Be it euaeted
by theSeuate.
andGeneral
As- dubtednces
the
elate:
andhemay,
subJectas aroresaid~ If he
repairing 8ales, houseof tLssembly,
provided
refunder
section
five
of
this
act,
notably of the State of NewJersey, Thee William edged by theass(troll
In wrhlng,
suchindebted.
session of eighteen humlred and
fromtlmotothno,
upon the warraut of tile
thlnkspropcr, advortlsefor propocals or bld~ for
fnl)ald
elfIncashbefore
theprey*sloes
11. Corntfi, James E. llowcll and Ifenry M. Snyder hessshall
ninety.five,
eight and tweuty-rivo
comptroller upon requisition.of
the-board nf contracts tot the labor of ths prlsonolm, or any
be and they are hereby appointed commissioners, ofthisactshall
be appllcablc
Iotl~pollcy¯
-one huudrodths
dollars
....
8.~3 wholedulyIt sballbe to revise and codify the
8. Andbe it enacted
Thattbenet valueof the managers, instead of as hereinbefore provtd- part of tnmn, or the purchase of any articles manufactnredorprepsredtntheprleonorfur
theturItem No. 6. To Matthiss
Plum, for
"’Act concerning corporatlous," (ttovIslon), ap- Insarancn given for such dlnglnpremlnmuader eal ulmn r~quIMtion of the commlssioner~;
stationery, house of assembly, seaIn the Imard of mann- nlshlng of any clothing’, i)rovisloas~ mmterlsls, or
proved April seventh one thousand eight hun- this act, computed according to th0 Amerlcan ex- In ca.~:~.a~vaoancy
reqalred for thn usoof
siva or eighteen hundred anti
tired and seventy-five, audthe several aahac’qaout imrleucotable
of mortality,with Interest at th~ r,Lte gors. bydeath, realgnatlon or o, herw[se, the otherartlclcsofanykuld
ninety-five. Six hnndred and forty.
supplemen:ary tbereto and nmendatorytilers.
of four and ene-half per centum per annum shah governor shall appoint a suitable person or the prison or the maintenance or support of the
.
nlnedollars
61900
md to Ineptrotatesuchamcndmentl#
as they in no case be less.than two-thirds of tho enUroro- persons to flHr~ho vacancy, but an)" such air- prlsonere~ end sash advertisement shall be made -"
Item No. 7. To Lysander E¯ Watson, for
~[orntleastthlttydsyslnntlcza;threenewapaper~
polntment’sh~lllnotnxtend
beyond
the
next
, deem wise and necessary to perfect tho sys- serve,Computedaccordlng
to the rum prescribed
traveling expenses of assistants sosucceedlngsesslon of the legislaturs,
publlshcd iu this state, snch aovertlScment to be
taws of this state.
iu this set; but such Insurance shall not partlclcuring the pre~eneo of absent
10. And he it enacted, That the sahl man- Inserted In pup paper in each of the cittce of ’JetThat said eommissioner~ ’pate inthe proSts of the corporation.
membm~,house of asSeml)l:’, ¯, sosmeetings ones a ~ey cry, Newarkand Trenton having ths largest
shall organize by the election of one of their num- 4. And bu It enacted, That If the reservc npon sgers shall hohl stated,
slou of eighteen
hundred and
daily clrctdatlon, aud the contracts madethereon .
and special
beraspresldeatandtbe
appointment
of h acere- any endowment policy applted according to the monlh a*~ the said’reformatory,
ninety.four, ton dollars
shallbo.mad0 with ths best bidders, subJcet to spi0 00 tary, they shall have Dowerto adopt their owu provisions 0f this act, tm a single premiumof tem- meoting~ whenever they may deem neeessary
Item No. 8. To Lysaudcr
E. Watson,for
rulesof
proccduro
andto employ
suesclerical
as- vorary
lasarancn
be mornthlinsurf(cleat
to con- they shall, at their first meetlng’aftar the provsl of thn board of managers; provided, that
~elephono aud telegraph . toll~,
~afsago
of
thisact,
elect
out
of
t
lleLr
number
notblnR in the auction shall be deemedor taken er
sistance an maybe necessary for the transaction of ttnue the lneurance to the end of the endowment
..... house of assembly,
session
eighteen
and two actlv
construed te authorize said warden or board of
..
their business and to fix the compensation ~ere- term named lutho policy, and if the msursd sur- a president and secrelary
"
hl/hdred
and nlnoty.four~
on0 and
.~nage~to-etmtrnet-w~
c rpora- . colnpensatlon,
im alsoallexpeasss
In- vive that terns, the excc-sa shall be pnldin cash at
.
stxty-fourone-hundredtbs
dollars
1 6t
a term as a majority of sald managers tions to hlro or contract for thelabor of the’prls,
’printing and clerical
assistance, shall th0 end of such term, on the conditions on which
Item No. 9. To Lysander B Watson, for
’ the state treasurer on tile certificate of the orlglnul poday wasissund.
andes
wardenth°y
shellspersonalS°
at saldwho,
meet-from
exprcssage,
house of assembly,
onerSof
tho°rmnktngany
partor
Ofmanatacturmgthmn
inorabOUtof
feRth°andbusmesasIIk
ent and the warrant of the state comp5. And be it enacted. That any policy Issued insappolntdlrect;
session of eighteen hundred and
l~ts or any_part
on.pn~a-thord~/;-pravldOdrfar
troller.by afiy Insurance eompanyof this s J~te shal be iv- practical experteneet possess-s tho:_ttbillty,
r-rive, seven and
.~L.Andha.tte.nnctud,_Tkat_sal~commlsslon_ehattA -con te~tabtextter-two year gTr 0mIt o "dhtb of" i~sue, nnff qualillc/xtlon~-nbc~gsarIIv(o- successfully fuel, thut nothing in thin section slMtll
carryon
the
Industries
of
the
reformatory,
be
deemed,
taken
or
construed
to
author:
provided
all
duo
prcmlums
have
been
paid,
except
convene
aud conclude
their laborsns speedily as
’
of managers
ltem No¯ I0. To Lysander E¯Watson,
for
who possesses the executive atltllty
ca- ize_ said warden or board
may be and ,Lubmltthe billprepareS,
togetherthat ouch policy maybe ad)usted for misetatemont and
sentta I to theproper management of the off(to employ, contract
or hire out thc
prhtting,
telegrams,
carriage hire
wltuauch
sug~t~tlons as they may deem expedl- of ago In the application for mdglnalpo/Icy.
cers
arid
other
employees
nudor
ills
J
urlsdlelabor
of
theprl~osera
or
any
part
of
them
exceed,
and decorations for the ftlneral of
ont, to the legislature on the first day of its next
O. And be it enacted, That oa policies o( praAssemblyman Charles L. Waiters,
lngonehuudrcdperaonslnnumberstany
tlmstn
season.
dential or Industrial Insurance the paid-up value tlon. nndto enforce and. maintalnpropordisor Monmouth county, fifteen
and
satd warden the proscchtton o¢ conduct nf any special branch
4. And be It enacted, Thstthls set shall take of which in accordance herewith shah be less than ciplino In every department;
sixty-two one-hundredths dollars
15 62 effect immediately.
shall hold off*ca for five )’ears, unless sooner of industD’, trade or basl,zese, or makingor man- fifty del are, It shall be optional with
"
ufacturlo~ goods, wares or. ntcrc:andlso of
Item No¯ 11. TO John. J.~Matthaws, for
removed for cause.
Zpproved March ~, 1595¯
furnishing one hundred and fifty
copies ef members pocket caleu. CHAPTERCCCLII.
the eom ’ shall be absolotel
dars for the senate and t,ouso of
An Acttonmend "An
nssembl one hundred and llft
reason of said pgllc~which shall
l twenty-seventho
~herenpon~0o-ean
c0I f~tl;
.......
~ht hundred and seventy.
Item No. 12. To Mrs¯ El!zabeth Kucker.
7. Aud bc It enacted, That the provisions of
four.
for washing towels for senate and
this aCt shall not Spl)ly to policiestssued on the
l.
Be
It
enacted
by
the
Senate
and
General
house of assembly, sixty-five dolfleesOf personn
under twelve
year~ of age, until
lars
6500 Assemb y of tile State of NOWJersey, That three year~after suchpersons shall attain flint age.
section twenty.six
of "Au act concerning’
Item No. 13. To John D. Allward, for
;
8.
And
be
It
mmcted.
Thatall
set$or-partm of
apprnved.~March twenty-seventh~ one
extra.el_vices as.asa~tamr;
to -the
Inconsistent
wlththisactbeandtheearns are
l0 eight hundred and seventy-four, is stets
clerk of the house of assembly,
heloby
repealed¯
arnead~d so as to read as follows:
session of eighteen hundred anti
.:,
ApprovedM~reh 25,1893.
it enacted,
That It"nay such
ninety-rice, fifty dollars
5000
*cant
applicants shall be disItem No¯ 14. To George W. Peak, for elCIIAPTER CCOLVL
~ dredths dnllars.
Item
No¯¯,
LCh.rle.
V
lianco
forI’H2.% AnerActvalues
to prevldo fur tha paid,up or cath surrondrvlo0saspo.tmas
r
of
tbeoeunf |lie hlsllraucn policies,
LAWS0F NEW JERBEY. UD2,
session of oao thousaad eight
I. Iio It enacted by tbo t-kmatn and General As- it
huudrednnd nhmty-rive, one Iiunof the State of NewJnrsey, That when- ell,
--
"
tier
xurnvnwv.
municipal corporations
of the
hi,use of assembly, one hundred,
dollars
100 00
"Item .No. 15. To Ira S. Smith, doorkeel~
er of the session of eighteen hun’-four, fcr services
.....
ors, such owner or applicant
within Swo years alter return
said. having given ten days’ notice in writing
to the other party of the object, fimc and
tlaco of such Intended application,
may apcourt or a
ustico of the sur
An Act relating to a stale reformatory.
Whereas. It Is deemed role*sable that there
v.hall be a state reformatory In this stale
for the oustody and confinement of criminals between the a
of slxteenand thlr-
t appoint three
not involving moral
first time of a
competent and disinterested
freeholders
of
¯
Item No.
William It. lies, f,~r
turp|dity; therefore,.
:otmty.
who,
or
a
majority
of them,
furnishing:
parchment~ .and onI. Be it enacted by 1he Senate atul General’
’cr to reviewsuch assessm-.nts,
grossing oaths of senators, mumASselnblyof tho State of Nets’Jersey,
That
bera of assembly and otllrers
of
,isl or increass the name as there sindl be appoiuted t)y the governor of
tile circumstances,
s~all deem
the
tslatsrc,
session ctghtecn
-ht
stoners to build an hltermedlato,
prison for
,g
to be
""
dollars
crlmlnal classc~ whloh" sald commlsslonof tlln~zlerk of sahl county, the
le
Item No. 17. To William II, Corbln. for
era shall.not
roeotve.’any comPensutlon for
¯
and the s~me ¯shall be nnd remain final- and 1he servicss hereby imposed open them, but
serviced.as
-counsel- for--house of
conclusive; provided, that 8ueh freeholders
assembly, managers in the Con.
t.hoyshali boentitl~l to receivo tnetr travolmeet ulmn like notlce as afOresaid, and be in~ and other official
nelly impeachment trial,
two nun-expenses,
whlch shall
dred and rift)" dollars
~ 0( duly sworn or affirrned to execute the dutle~ be paid upon the approval of the governor hy
aforesaid before they enter upon the dis- the treo-aurerou the ",,,’arrant
Item No. 1~, To The John L. 5furphy
of the campcharge thereof.
Publishing Company, for stationtroller and the said commissioners shall be
Approved March ~8. 1895.
ery and supplies
furnished
the
In no way concerned fn an)" contract for tho
speaker of the house of assembly,
~rectlon of the said bulldingor furnishing of
session of elghteenhundred and
CHAPT~t"-CCCLIII.
attuplles of any kind for the same.
An Act to authorize the bmtrd of health in
¯ nhlety-flve, fifty-oncmld sixty-five
2¯ And be it enacted. That the said eomone-hundredths dollars
51 65
cities of the rit:st class in this state to
mi~slonersaroherebyuuthorlzed
and enlpowItem
No.
19.
To
The
New
Jersey
Frelo
dcmn
and
prohibit.the
sale
or-t/~eof-impuro
part for the rose of’the reforlrtnw---Z~ttunff.~ror’qtrr~htngl~e-thUtlg
take vossesslou
of, the Dropcrt5
Ice or tcc c at from polluted streams.
and copies of the governor’s men1. Be It enucted by the Senate and General
h.o.’~ :arAaxm, belonging to the
-Assembiyof
¯ sage in the Germaa l,nguago,~es*
.
thoft~te~
New~Jersdv7 Thdt
fnnd of this state, located In the
sion of eighteen
hnndred and
the board of health of each of the cities of
Union. and alsosuch other portlon
ninety-dye,
two hu,,dred
and
the first, elan4 In thlseLate shall have author- of said farm. t~ any, aa maybe ].ousted In the
t~vont£--ono
and seqenty oneity toprovide by ordinance for the prohl0lcoUntyb~ 31iddlesex, or so much of sahl prol)hundredths
dollars
......
lion of the use or.sale of impure Ice or ice. ertyas in theirjudg-meut
may bc-neeessar//
Item ~’o. 20. TG~’qio 3olifi- IS. Mth’phy
cut from poButed ponds or streams, and in or- andmay add theretoby p.rchn.se
anymljolnvubUshing Comp,uy, for furetsllder to properly carry out and enforce the ins property which Inaybo necessary to tile
i,,g stationery uud .-upplies to L.
of thesite. at a costnot
provisions ot such ordinnnee tu provide that completet~efs
E. Watson, serg,,ant-at-arms
of
MI dealers In Ice for domestic or public use in~ ten thousand do)]nrs.
the assembly, session of eighteen
shall obtain from the health authorities
of
3. And lle_ll
hundred
have power to ~elcet and aplmlvt
hti~lred
and
and
nance a pe~
, for the violatmn of the same, sash architects,
superlntondnnt~ and-otller
twenty-fly.e
dolwhich shall no, exceed aflno of fiftydollars
personsnecessary"
with suchcompensation ns
¯ ]ars,
,
72525 for each offense.
may be fixed upon, who. together }vltn themltemNo.21.
To The John. L..Murphy
selves, shall prelate and lmtture a plan for
2. And bc it enacted, That this act shall
ruullshlng.~umpan¢,
for furnishake_eff£,cl,_lInmc
,dla£~l~-~
.....
ins etaHonery~nd-~Hns~A~Ed~ .....
.gLat~..¢~afordn~ter
ApprovedMarch°..8,_189~ ....
¢
...............
gaL,~llam~~-a gr.oa~ng.-o lerk-o f -~
tlon which,
shall have" a
the a~embly, session of eighteen
cap=city of not lea:
one thousaml prisCHAPTER CCCLIV.
hundred and ninety-five,
one hunoners,
and
to
he
so
conslructsd
aq to admirer
A Supplcmeat to an ~ct entitled *’A farther supdred and twenty--one and tea oneplement
to an act.entitled "An act coneernif
hundredt-hsd,)tlars.----- ~=---1L21~0 --roads’
(Re~
dras~
OUt.
in
d,
,rovedMarch
Item No.~. To The John L. Mur
................
Pnbllglllng-Compau~
four," which enid
was approved
ing stationery "lind supplies tO
Marehtwelfth, one tho~
ght hundred and
’ James Parker, ch~rk of tap house
ninety.one. "
of s~sembly, sullen of clghteen
1. Bc it enacted by the Senate abd General Ashundred and ninety-five,
two hun), of the Stale of NewJereCy. That no spdred and ten and ninety one-huuheretofore made for road Durposcs in
dredths dollars.
210 90
l shall be held to be invalid by reason
........
Item No. ~, To W. S, Snyder, for serappr0prlatlon exceeded
vices as clerk tO the.-meldentat
- --the
amount
estimated
and vuhItshed by the towf............
committee, sea Ion of one thouship commhtceto be raised for road parposes,ahd
sand eight hundred anfi-h~ifiety=
....
notwlthstandint~ the fact that no estimate shall
rive, seventy-rive dollars,
75 00 have
been made by the township commltteo and
,
Item No. 24. To E. B. Sterling,
for ser=
published as directed In the riith section of said
vices tO the nngrosstng
clerk
house of as.embly, as per resolusnpptemem.’2.
Andbe It enacted,That
tht’s sctshall tak’e
lion of the house February tWeneffect
Immediately
....
ty-elght,e’lghteen hundredand
" --Approv6dMare~8:Ib’gS.
=- -~ntnety-rive~-,’~tori-~-0n0-thbu=~-=
=Z - __ "
"
sand eight hundred and ninetyCIIAPTgR-C~2CLV~
rive. fifty_ dollar~ ..........
~d} 00 ..........
.............
]tem~NoT’. z.~7~O~A-ll~bn~--/~l. Pycraft,
~n Actto amendauactetitltled
"Anactto amend
:
for services to the engrossing
~n act entitled ’A su tlement t(lan act entitled
"~
clerk, house or assembly, as per
"An act to rc gulaP the practice m courts of
reso,ution of the house February
law," approved Mar I twenty-seventh, one
¯.
_
twenty-eight one% ,out,and eight .....
thousantLelght3 ut~r( atzda~venty-four¢.whieh
=:
:
.......
hundred~nd ninety.rive,
session
satdsupplementwaaa
~rovcdMarchfourteunth,
¯
of 0no thousand eight hundred
one thousand eight ]: ndred and vinery-three,"
.....
and ninefy-flve,-flfty
dollars,
and which act to amend was approvcd April
5000
Item No.~. To Advoc~t~ I’ubllshlng
twenty-fifth, one thousand clghi hundred
and
Compauy, for stationery furnished
ninety-four.
¯
.
the senate aad express charges,
1. Bolt enacted by the Senate aud General A~eesston of one taeusand eight hun- "
sembly of the State of ~NewJcreey, That section.
dred and ninety-five, filly-five dolone of the net to which this Is an amendmentbe
lars.
55 00 and the same Is herebyamendedto rend as fodows:
"
Item No. 27. To Itobert II. Ingerso’l, for
1. Be it enacted by the Senate and General Asservlces as asslsLant Journal clerk
eembly of the 8tats of NewJersey, That where,
of the senate, session of one thouany action or spit hMheretofore b~n eommenced~
¯
~and eight hundred and uinetyor ebaJl hereafter be commenced,in any court of
under
orhy vtrtue
ofanystatut~
five,one hundred
dollars,
10000 lawof thisstate,
]ItemNo."..8.
To The JohnL. l’,lurphy
or atcommon
,aw,andsaldaction
or sulthasbecn
Publishing Company, for bill cator shall hereafter be dismissed, abated, non-suited,
or a jsdgment eh~ll havn been or shall be entered
cndar, altering sta’ap, nnd printaealnst the defendant or defctldante, therelo, by
Ins slips for the senate. Se~sl0n Of
one thousand eight hundred and reason of the failure of the attorney or attorneys
In
ninety-rive, twenty-two d,,llars,
~ 00 such actloa or suit to file any p:eadlng wlthln the
i
Item No. 29. To J. L. Iamtlls, for atetime limited bylaw, or by reason of the filing by
tlonery furnished
s of an insufficient or hnTt FnTB-6f £0-g6n/~6~
thousand eight hundred and nineto revive and relnetatc said
,
ty-flve, ~h/rty-six dollars°
t or t~ opel* eahl jadt~mcntned permit
.36 I~0
a proper
andsulllclent
pleuding
tq be filedupon
Item No¯ ,30. To The John I,. blurphy
Publishing Company. for stationsuch terms as mayseeal to said court or judge to
cry and supplies furnl~tl,.tl
to onbe equltahle nndjust, If In (be oplflob of said
grossing eh.rk of the senate seacourter judgetha falhlro to nip said plesding, or
siva of one thousnud eight hundred
the llllbg of sahl in.ufficlent or tmprooerpleading,
wn~dtle to the neglect° fault, error o’r mistake of
and nhlety-five,
one hu:.dred and
tlllrty-clght
and eighty one-hnn. said attorney or attorneys, and llljur~ or’wrofgllss
or
may resell to the defendallt or defendants by
dredtbs dollars,
138 80
’
-ilcm No. 31. To tbe Stoll l~innk Book
reason of such neglect, fault, error or Inist~ke
.
and
Stationery
Company,
fnr
staprovldcd,
however,tha~ no action 0r0tiit whtchhas
_
tlunery and supviles fur the senate
beef or ~ha]l be dl~missed¯stinted, zlon-suitcd, or
8C~010n of one thousand e/ght hunla whtch a ju(h:u)ellt shall have been or shah
drcd and ninety-five,
two nund¥cd
entered st~ainst dcfendsnt or defendat~ts tllereln
aud eighty-four
sBd ninety onefor the reasons above elated, shall he revived, reinhundredths dollurs,
stated or o|vened, unless application for that por’Jft
90
~.t~m No¯ 3g, To The dohn L, 3lurtlhy
pose be madewithin nee year from the doteofsuch
dt.mtsaal, abatement, non-sutt or judgment.
Publlshfng Company~ for statl’ou,
2. Andbe it enacted, Tlmt all act~ nnd parl~ of
cry and supplies furnished the seerefary of the senate, session of one
acts inconsistent wi[h this act be ai]d the aunts nre
thousand eight hundred md nhm-hereby repealed, and that this act ehall take el’
:
ty-ilvc,
onohundrcd uod seventyfect Immediately.
One an4 twenty-five one hunApproved
March’28,
189:1,
,
¯
ttorvlnthosamenlannor
and thus
n)ynotloasl q.r_.p at~t c]cctlonor
inado Lho nPl~)nltmeut;nn
norshallsmdlunaut|lorlzed
lnd/vidual~assoshallnot le~vonwldo’
~mnowp_reeCtlh0d..by .law. uuder convlo¢lon nnd
: provided, rhst n0thlff~-lh this uct Conldllfed ntlsoh)n nhah b~ delivered to Ihe poraou oh, el- Inlt shall learn
()!fitJou laf JndlvldAit~.[0t=partn~rslI/p=or::Joln~-.==.’-Y
children, such ponslr]
~ontenCe nf prl$on0rs sentenced to the state
be conetraed bl usv n’ny t() Mtororsmmldthe ed or ul)POlllfed[ t)utll hc shall i) , unlformed
8toeltns8oehdl~fl
Inld~o.nso of or clrnalat0 any
d:
allx~e{10a-:6~thomtii t
~tlson.
methodof Inxlfig hollds nnd lamq.tlages or reid ’ end equ|ppl2d.al~.ort|~l~- tO therogltlaTl~ls of
letter he’adf, bill lloade, bhulk uotes blank F0to tbo su )port of such child
9¢ Andhe It ensctcd~ That if uuy person con- property ~vh]~h..ls aub)utq,.,lO: mnrttmgc;or’th~-;-thbi~tlitn~y ~crv]c~ ()f this stale; 0ttouhl any
they she have stta lied the ago of
eert llcates._clr~ul~-~ or a~
fined hi said rl~[llrn~-dand0¢ Sentence=Tat tin-- methodbf taxlne tb,; proi,brty ot rattr0ad, ennui I persou so eh!c tell ~tr appo[n’ed legloet or rt - I slXteen years,
lor’pur,ly written
~iiindht she appear tb bo nsal e, the Jutgo of
ug’cmu ntnlee or tile method of taxlsu fuse so to uniform aod
ulD for eno month
~. Andhe |t mlneio
clrcutt fiourt llfthe "confty lu tvlllch the re~
s nf n~urallctleonltnulleaIn this sta,e,
froln tile llml~
tlon|l
fir
corporate
annie or llUyot
’er word or
Is oltuatod
[,
ififarmatlon
be returned to
not hmsthan twenty yenra shekl I~ennl~l words indleathlg
that 8ueh business Is the
taut general, with the reasou for Its retnrn ifeaiumitatcd willie Is the atth’e discharge ot his business of a buuk.
imnn,dhdeh’,
tnatltute n Careful
t|ttatton, cal~ two ro~pect- ApprovedMarch28, 1595,
Indorsed thereml, nod the elect ou or nppohlt- duttc%he sball’l)o retired by such hoard and shall
9. And be It coasted, That tills act shall .
nisei tdUlil tllcreup,)n be vohl; all non-cornIouns he take effeet lmmedbltely.
~blOnsceesnry,physlclanoi,vlto
sndlbo
nttorney-gsne)al°ther
credible
toWltnesSnsald
tntbelf
ffnually,
I ..... henau~o
cIIA l"l’lflt CCCLX.
Inlfsloued officers shull rceeive wurrauts fronl twh~,r~,t~l~oar
’
ver~cel
men......
entitle
t to sael~
if retired
ef
Approved March 28, is03.
examlnnnonlind, if hn ohall tillnl: it necessary¯ AFurther Su )l)]enteltt to an act entitled "All act their reslmctlve commalldants; tltest! are to thoblcspacity nlclaioned In the first eeetlon of tills
call a Jury, nnd for that
h0 Is herchy fully
’bhulkS and to be fur- ncl
"concernlne cdotag pus nut tofeeth)u8 di~asu~
CIIAPTEIt
CCCLXIX,
witnesses
~--~1. Aid he¯ It-ensured Thut this act ehMl take : A SUl)p’oment to till nut eUtltteo "’An act for
ilion twdiv0 of el set mmedlarelv,
the organtzuf[on of the natloual guurd of
lol,rtb, one thou~nd.... ~. And be tt enacted,
mmprteouer is tnsane satd
the
uct
to
whk’ll
this
Is
n
supplement,
wlfleu
ApprovedMare~’~B. ISgF~
the state of Now Jer.~ey." approved blareh
eight bnndr
CSS0the conviction of such I)rl~onor wasor sllall
].]101t enacted by the
and Genmal As- SUl)plemt~nt
wus appreved April tweotynhlth,
PUS ihousnud eight hnndred and sixbe hadill either of tnec,,nntle~ of Atlaftle, Cape semhly of the State oi Nuw Jersey,
nh~tb, one thousand
elg,t
hundred und
-ty-nlne; aud the varlouaamendmmlta there~lay, Cumberland, ~alem, Gloucestcr, CiMuflu~l, eecoftl~ecthm ot the act entitled "Asn
elgbty-four, I)o nnd thosameis hereby aIUtlldCIlAPTEIt CCCLXVIII.
to,
Burlington, Mercer, Ocean, Monetruth, Ilunter- to nn act cat*tied "An act concerltIl~
edto read as follows:
" 1:’116 "It coasted hy the SOllato nnd General
. ill relation-to
den, ~otnerset or Middlesex,ordt’r hta Costotl)’ and nnd Infections
l~...And,
bolLenaeted. Thut .ovt*ry o~h?er’of -An-Act
(llsea~,!s
.mtotlg
....
Afse,nhly of the SLate of Now Jersey, ’rilat
ban~ers, and subjecting them
removalto the state hoel2,tal al ~reaton. and m ! penlcertaln scl~ re ilthlg lhoreto.’" approvedMay tho national guard who sltail
huvo served
ill the dlscrctlon of the governor aud comvlfloo
and
control
of
the
d
- casethe c0nvIctlun Of slichpr[~oner wasor t-hall I foortll, one thout~andeight hondredandulghty-stx, thereiu for tile term (~f five yeas.% upttn tll~
mender-In-filler under snch regulations asllO
1tanking und ln~t ralce,
be had in any other county of this state, then sdd
Judge
slmliorderthecustody
audrmnoval
ofsuchond,WitlcbottoSUl’plementthousand
et~htwas
0pprovedtumdred
attdMaYnhmty-four,tWenty’sec"
, everyt°ndernnu.commissionedand
acceptance
of(itllcer,hJs
resigntttfOn,musJcinn
nanllndAssemhiyl"
preseril)e,
thereshallbeattached
t ~ eueh
I|cIt cnactedof
tb.o__8~l~ttL_~,N_RvLbv
theSenafo
]~goy~-ThnfaUd
Gcneralhtag~4|te~a~ort~_gxl~.xly..~gl~
~maY
" peh~°eert°thel~tatlYb°spltat~tM0rrlsl"alns:and
I hound the came is bercb)’ amended to read as prlvato now enlisted ln or who shall llereafter
notndt~dl~r/’I~8oviattouofindivhlualf,
Part- signaiand telegraph corps, aud 0uo,teorps
euehprlsonersballremalaat
the
oxl~n~o
of the
: follows:
....
~!nllftlrlttle
naLlottul guard~-ho-shallg0(vif
shall
t~attaohedtoeacilof
the
brlgadohcadnershh) orJo tit stock afso(latinl,
shallenSluts In the hospital to which hs shah tm removedI 2. Andbo It enneted;-Thu~1t-~l~l]l--li~-ffWd~il *or faithfully therein for tbo term ef his enlistthe said corps 0hall consist of erie
as aforesaid nntfi restored to his. rit01t--mtnd:-tf , the state t nbt, rau]os[s colnnl[slmt (o entploy,one of lnent~shall recc/ve a dischurge from the cola- gage In the t)uslucss of banking, oxccpt, nmier quartoro:
attd In nccordanco with the trovlslona of this sl~nnl officer whh the rank ot
hlsterm el lm )risonmom shell not h:lvo expired
first
" the superintendent nf such houphal shall htform i tbetr number a~ secreLary ot tbe commission, and : mander-lu-nhtef entltlhlg hhu to
and likewise sucil uon-comml~tbosaldJu~geandtho attorneygenernl of hlsre- toflxhyreeolutlonsuchcompmtsatlonfor
hisser- thereafter fl:om
duals, partnership or Joint stock as- lleutenaot;
"
war and insurrec~ioned o~/lcors aml privates not to oxeesd
enclatlon,
nod
tile
Individual
members
therey sUCll officer, non.cornmtswhich corn
In monthly th)n; to
forty, who may be spoolally enlisted in such
formatory to serve out the uoozplred portloo of oble,
officer, mus[clau or private to, mild Of, who shall t’lolato the l)rov/sions of this
corps or transferred
thereto
from tim several ...........
Instill illenl~ 0lit of. tho,approprlatlonto tbo said sloned
his term of tmprtsoqtltenf.
privileges nnd exemptions, he shall be free of act and carry on the, huBlnes~l Of banking organfzatlons of the b, lgadei ,the number of
"commtsMon
hy
the
state
treasurer
upon
the
warwithout
authority,
shalt
be
gutit~;-of
a
rots,
~?. Andbelteuacted, Thatltshallb0 the duty rant of tho state comptroller.
. llllindebted))ossto
tho sLate and tothocom- d0meanor, and uponconvlctlon there0fsball
nou-commisslonedofflcersfer’saidcort)sshall
0fthowardenofthoslatn
reformatory to assign
formilltary
2. And bo it enacted, Thatwhen any mllmal or mend to which he Is attached
boatthodiscrettonof
thebrigadceommandpunished by a vine not exceeding live
to the clerk or somaother officer thereof thokeel)- [ animals shah be slaughtered by direction of said supplies, and frOm all preferred charges for a be
thousand dollars, or by Imprisonment at hard cr, hut shallnot exceed ten In n mzber, one of
Ingof.acorrechimparttal daily rocord of tho con- ,commission thovalue of tho.eamesballbeascervlolatlonofttlo
laws govcrlltug thouatlonal
wbemshullhe-warrantcdas
first
scrReatlt,"
’lnborforatermnutcxcecdingscvenycars,Or
i " duct ot each prisoner and ef his tabor, whether Itau)edand-npprateed by tbreedlslnte~estedfrt~0guard.
....
onoaspaymasLor sergeant,
one Its quartor:
. .... ~atlala¢lov/-orot-berwh,~,-andttsllaIltmthe
duty ho]ders, resldm~tinthlsetate~wh shall rn’~keand
3. And bc it enacted, That sectionsevcn of both.
. :2. Andbo It cnactea, Tlntt every individual,
mast or sergeant, and two as signal sergeants,
o
Of the wardento sea that thesatd record ts rugs- eigtl certificates thereof latbc presence of a wit- the net to which ;hi~ iS a supp~etnent, which association
af01gnal corporuls hy the com. - ....
of Individuals.
partnership
or and the otllers
larly madeaud 0reserved nnder Ills care, sad to ! ne~,, whoshah atte*t the came; sueh appralsomcnt SUl)plcmcnt was ap )roved .May twelfth, pus
J ,/at stock ns.~oeiation now engaged In carry- mandant of the brigade to which thny are arlaythosamobeforotbe
mansgersasofteansthey
tbousmld eight hundred and nluety,
beand ln~on
¯
,ehaithomndoontb~ebatlsof
the
market
valaeof
tached.
.
tho
1)usine88
of
banking
wlttllu
this
mayrequire.
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Th~tannppreprlattoff
.......
anlm&] or animals slaughtered, and sbsll bc the same Is hereby repealed.
atato, audevery-suoh-individuut,-aesnctatton
.... 2. And bolteuscted
~. Audbeitcnucted, That wh0n the managers "the
-4. And’i)c tt enacted, That It ah-h]l t/e tli0
llmltedtothosamo(onehuwdreddotlsrsforreglsamounting to the sum of three hundred dol-.
of
lud[viduals,
partnership
or
Joint
stock
asshallbu’satlaflod tlaat tim said recnrd l~ properly i lured atdmals and tort)" dollars for other~; three- duty of tile ,luurtermaster-goncral
to report 8eclat*on which shal! hereaItcr engugo In the lars shall be pahl on the first Mondayof April
kept they shall direct the warden fur every monte fosrths of the on’nation so asccrtalficd shall be to the comptroller of the treasury on or beof’ banking within this state, shall be of ca:h)’ear to the lluymaster of the brigade,
offahhlulperformaocaof’aset~nod
labor by any
foro the first MondayIn April of each yeur, bashleSS
subJeet to the same control supervision, in- to be expcbded by the 8aid brigade payconvict In thn state reformatory to remit to hho luddbythcstateonthepresentallonofsuehcerttllmaster out he upproval of the oommaodant
with the appr,)val of th0 sahl eomnl[fsionIn- the amount of nuy *)Ill or account for nny sveet on and exumlnatiou,to which lncor
two days of the term for which he was sentenced; cute,
ther~da, to the owneeer owners; provided, doliclency standing on the books of the quar- ated hnnks are b’
for cvery month of continuous oracrlv deport, dorscd
nertt[’S departmcmt.agmm~L-anycompensation shall be made for unhnals e0asi~’naland tel(
contadued
corps attached to
.
menf, tWUduys t attd for every monthof mantfcet no
landaur, (/r regimentto t)e
tim headquarters of
brtgadeLand the
effort, at |ntelieCtual improvumcntsad self con- 8idered by the commisMob
tiou of indlvhlual8
.trol, to be certified by tim moral instructor: one
Joint
stork
ai~Pr(,prtatioff-sha]ftsotlier..mflUccolledtcdand paid ......
to
whom
trans
tuherculosls~1.
And
be
commlsslonlt
enacted,ekall
havu
made,
or
cause
day;
--oaamtnatiorr-nf-tmy antmal’nr
incident to brlk.ude organizattou are now col
or other circulating mediumof
or for renLal paid for any drill room for enrrellcy
letted and paid.
herd of animals within this elate, andshall have
changn.
punishment, no such reml~fon of sentence eho!i ascertained
drillS,
rifle practice encampmoots, parades
such
aatnlal
or
herd
of
an*urals
to
lie
3¯ And be it entered, That the uulform and
3. And be it enacted, That every such indlbe made; and In case of any ri~grsnt mtsomductspend and ill good health, they ~hall) upon rt~lucsf ! or other temporary service, and.tim amount
equipments of the signal corps sball be the
viduaL association
of Jndlvlduats,
partnerof 8uoh hill or deficiency shall lie deducted b~
afpresertbed for-th~rtrtlrnal
corp~-Df th0
tobYdeclareany
prisoners
forfeltureitshallofbO.thelawfu|f0r.tlme
prevlouslythC
mnfagerSre_
lromtheowner
thereof,giveto hima eortttlcuto .theeomptrolterUt’tl~O"-%T~IFf$;TffJ~--a-fi-~:’~i)- .&h~i~or. jojn~toe k asses*st,.on-now engug~d-: same
United Stateffarmy; and the drill regulations
lu the business of banking, or wbo bcrea£ter
lallJ~t~tahin~althot lu wholo-or-ln..lmrt¢-as-te- ill Writl~.~lguo~-by-t~lo-- )eee|derlt--and-~r~"
.......
proprlatlon
duo
the
c
iml)any,
regiment
or
.
of
said
commission,
certifying
to
the
fact
of
suca
for
signal
corps
of
the
United
States
army
may boc0me engaged in the hus’.noss of bank:
them shall seem lust.
billet
deficiency
exsmin~tlon and of the good he~Ith and condition origadeagalnatwhichsuch
shallbe the drill relrulations
govcrnlngthn
ing.shallmaketethodopartmetttofbanldng
£’~. And be ttenacted, Thatonthsrecommebda- of such animal or herder nuhoaI~ .
. so reported.
signal
corps
of
this
state.
and
Insurance
the
same
reports
as
near
as
lion of the wardenand moral Instructor it chair be
5. Andbc it enacted, That this act shall take may be as are now or shall hereafter b0 re4. Andbe tt cuacted, That the said statc tnher4. And Re tt enacted, That a’l acts cl parts
lawful?or the managers to remit sn addRlonalday eulo~ts
commission shall have the power to co- effeetlmmedlately,
quired by law of incorporated banks, and that cf acts Inconsistent with the l)rov’eions of
per monthto every convlct whofor twelve months operate wlth
Apl)rot"ed March 8, 1895.
bureau of animal tndaetry of the
thtsnctbeandthosamoar:
suchroportsohall
bevorlfied hythoatfidavtt
ptecediagshailhavemerlted tho same by his cou- Ulnted State~ the
~
yetem which
In
of such indlvRlua;
c*-tmmodlatotlnuous good conduct In too purtleulars above
CHAPTERC%X)LXIV.
bureau for.the
be engaged in l)2kpproved March ~, 1895.
msntloned0 a,,d for each succeeding year of unlnto
an
act
entltled"An
act
such,
bustness
by
at
least
two
of
the
Inditerruptedl
to Increase
territories,
viduals who are concerned in the conductof
8. Audbe ttenacted)
That thereshall be nppro-
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IIEnIFF’8 8ALE,
PIPE
~ENN
MUTUAL
LIFRCompany
...........
Insurance
-~he
By vlrtno of a writ of fl-rI ~clu; to mo dl.’~ct~d,
I,,,,~d ont of the NewJerN~y (~mrt of Chancery.¯will
b6 861d at p.b]le
~edu6, bn= .....
N AWAY
- -Of Philadelphia,
A purely
SaturdaYs June 15. 1895,
.......
"filled o’dS~’YF, ilhesrhirdoi,tfhr ~altl day. tLt Ihb It0--
ONE
POUND
OF
f.¯
i!i
Avenues, Atlantic City, Atlantic 0o.. NewJ,,moy,
All tim following d,ncribvd tr~c, of hi,d, situate in
the T~wnof llsmmonton. County of Allantlo. Slate of
New Jer~ny. and by a surrey ther~f m~doJuly 30th,
a. n., 188o, ts I.,unded e~ follows:
Beghla4ng at a stone on thonortllea,t ,hie of the
road ,ending tram Hammonton to Oohmdd~ standing
rain tS fight links frvni
a larg.,,to.o
lu the Society’s Zl"e. no~,the It/met
llarvey ll~ach’s land, and runs (Isi) north twenty nine
degreesandmix mlnot,m w~t four clieilna ~tatl forty
seven links to a stone c~rner
to land enid to Thom~
R. W, scoat ; thence (2nd) v t he s ame nortlt e ighty
two degrt~t eeet twenty eight ct,atn| and 1dusty,ix
links t,) a stone comer to the same : thence {3rd) by
the same and land sold t, Anna M. IIoru north twen
ty nine degrees anti six InllHzt(~ went twenty one
chains and el-V-n links In a ,tone corner to said l[oru
land; th, nee (4th) by the ~an~e south eighty two dog.
TOWN(~OUNCIL. Win. Bernehouse,
Pros’t,
Harry Moll. Little,
E. A. Joslln,
Win. ConMeets
ningham,
J. P. Patten,
ADin Adams.
last Saturday eve each month.
CLanK. J. L. O’Donnell.
COLLECTOa A Tneasunmu
A.B. Davis.
~ern~h0ug~.
JvsTiczs.
John Atkinsan,
O. W¯ Preseeyp
.I.H. Ryes, 3¯ D. Fairchild.
C0SSTAVLaS. Gee. Bornshouso,
W. ]]. Walls,
]~enj.
Foglctto.....
:
......
OvEns~l~n
oF H~’onwAYs.
W.H. Burgess.
0VERSEF:n OF THE POOR. Gee. Bern,house.
NmnT PoLICZ. J. II. Garton.
F*REMAnsuA~,.
S.E. Brownt
the tatOlO thence
foor ellnute~ east
croaking ¯ tonsil
stake and stm~c ;
dent;
P.
Monfert.
(~th) north two degrees and fifty
foertece ¢halnw and t’Aellty Inks
,un ofwat,.r to an ©ld Idnn |tamp,
thence (Sth) north fllty one dcgr~
teen link, to a elmv, I,y ao ohl road; theneoGth)
eootk leith eight dc~rees and fourteee minutes east
thirty five chains and f.urtcen links crossing said run
of water to at; old stone comer; thence {Sth) sOUth
twenty two degrees and six. ndtzutce east tweuty one
chains and eighty six llnktt In a sb.~nO in tko S~clcty*e
Line; tlzence (gth) Mona enid llnesouthelghlytwo
degree, w,*~t fl~v nine chMeeand ninety four links to
the 01ace of h-g~nnl~i containing ont~ hnndrvdsad
forty aeven ,cresol Jaed. be the ean, o them or leas,
boles" a ,tact of land wMehMary A. Cmwloy bought
ofsald Ephraim Tolullnson by deed bearing even date
wlththe mortgage hereinafter
mentioned and recorded In the Clerk’s
Office of ~id counly at May’s Land."
Ing. tu tk~,k iNn. - of De~ls. fi,l~-" - , r~fercncs
untolaid deed being had the title will more folly and
at large app~r.
Seized aa the property of BenJamin Cmwley. Jr.,
and others, and taken la executlop at suit of Mary E.
Hay, and to be sold by
8MITtI E. JOHN’_’ON
veryp,pe
DUKES
MIXTURE
or
~o~ P~c~=~ ~¢
............
John Atkins0n,
Justice of the Peace
Commissioner
of Deeds ThOMaSE. Fnrsc,. Solicitor.’
MASTF.K~SSALE-0EEEAL:I~TATF~
Pension & Claim Agent.
By virtue of a writ of fleet faclas
BellevueAve.andSecondSt.,
In’2k~ IwOIVTON,
Allbusinessplaced
inmyhands
will
be promptly a~tended to,
W.R.
Tilton,
suram
. Fr.f.$14 %q
H. Jaeohs,
Dr Edward
clerk;
Norlh,
"
WILL GIVE
"
~
Lessons
on theGuitar,
Hamanonton,
Zq’. ft.
Real Estate Office.
.......
..........
In
~ho
~..~--
Brick
Fay
-’-at
buildiug,
Hammonton
Station.
( W/eoffer Lorsalo
~=SeveralImprovedFarms,
Nice Homesin Town,
BuildingLots.
Also, Propertiesf0r Rent.
poken
and
for
Anna
Preasey.
"
Meets monthty;
March, ~une, Septembcrand
December,
Tuesday after
let
Mondayi other
months, let Tuesday.
Company,
mere bor~ by-
lowest
square
Leases,
~ffortgagos,
to
10:00
In Chancery
Cappuclo :
of New Jersey.
M. S. Hoffman,
E. Hoyt,
Adjutant:
Commander;
L.Boverage,
W. H. H. Bradbur),
Q.M. Meets 1st and
shall
thinte
the third
equitable
Dated May 3rd,
A.~.
and Just.
A. J. KING, Solicitor,
Hammonton,
N.J.
1895.
TO CREDITORS.
Wilbur
R.
Tllton,
administrator
of Peter S. Tllten
deceased,
by dlrectlon
of the
the County of Atlantic
to .the creditors
of the
to bring In-thelr-deb~rdemands~-anddNalmt
against the estate of the said decedeut, tinder
c~th, within ntno months teem this date,
or
they will he forever
barred of any actlon
therefor
against
the said Executor.
Dated April 23th. A.D. 1895.
WILBER
R. TILTON,
Administrator.
Mauri00,Rivdr
0eveOysters
AT
Swank’sOysterBay.
BellevueAve.and SecondSt~
-
JOHN ATKINSON,
Tailor, "
SecondBtreetandBellevue.&ve.,
Hammonton.
?
_~rnJe_n~s
made
in
the
best
manner,
~¢ouring
and Repatxin~
Rates
reasonable,
guaran.......... teed In every c~e. ..............
-
N
OTICE
TO CREDITORS.
Wtlliam
A.
EIvins,
Jr.,
nnd George V¢. Elvlnn,
ad.
mlnlstrator~
ofWilllnrtvA.
Elvin~ decensed,
by direction
of the ~urrogate
nf the Cou.ty
ot Atlantic,
hereby give notice to the creditors of thesald
William A. EIvlns to bring in
their
debt,,
demands and claims against
the
estate or Ihe ~ld d’ecedent,
under oath, with.
In Dine monthn from this date.
or they will
be forever
barred
of.auy
acLton
therefor
against
the said admlDIstrators.
Dated April 19th, A.v. 1895.
WfLt.~AM-A: ELVI Net, Jn.T
"
GEORGE W. ELVIN.~.
.
.
Administrators.
"NJOTICE
TO CREDITOPJa.
Hannah
A,
I~ Drown and Augustus
J. Hmltb,
Executot’S of Theodore B. 1)rown, deceased,
by dl.
reetlon
of the Surrogate
of the Couuty of
Atlantic,
hereby gives notice to thc creditors
of the said Theodore
B. Drown to bring
In
their
debls,
demands nnd claim,
against
the
entata of the said deeedeDto under oath. with.
in nine months from this date. or they will
be forever
barred
of. any action
therefor
he a~ld executors,
A.’D. 189~,
Below Cost!
I will
sell
mysurplus
stock
of
[:i*
AUGUSTUS
’
At andbelowcost,
Come now for bargains
t
D. C. HERBERT.
Shoe8tore,
:
~i
Discount days--Tuesday
Friday
of each week,
a true
"
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and
-.
-
the South Jersey
Republican
office.
....
Atlantic Oit~r R, 11.
lffareh
301rifle
Exp
kcco
UP ~.~I~8.
E~ Exp Acco
,.m.
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L~
8TATION .
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Accommodation
leaves
Hammonton at ~:10 a.m..
reaches
PhlI~L-a~0:30
p.m.~r~£tchesHam=at~,..57
Su-uday~up tralns
5:50p;m, Down trainsatS:04a.m..
5:09 and 5:0’2 p.m. _.
BTATIONS.
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8TATIONS. ~tAe.!
Bellevue&ve,
J.
A.H.Phillips.
SMITH
Executors.
W.A. ICaunce.
A. H. Phillips & Co.
Fire Insurance.
MONEY--
GIVETHEY0gNGMortgage Loans.
p~ople a practical
educsUon by sending them
to thv
I~P~NCIT.]glAI~
CO1LL~GI~ O~
~Sl]i]i~ll
.~iD
SHOItTllAN’9,
~
(Yhe~t~ut Street,
PhnadelphlL One term will
do more good than three
ta any other kind of
.~ol.
c=t~o=~=
=dCo~.~o.m**t
[email protected]~nl~l oD appllcatloL
CorrespondencvBolieited.
1828Atlantic Avenue,
AtlanticCity, N.ft.
]~AMMONTON CYCLE AND ATHLETIC
W. H. Bereshnuso.
president;
Harry
and 4th Monday at G. W. Pressoy’s
CLUB.
Smith,
ofl~oe.
Business0rganizadons.
Fruit Growers’ Union, H. J. Monfort secretary,
shippers of fruit and produce.
Fruit Growers’ Association
G. W. Ely!us secretary, s} ippers of frutl end produce.
Hemmontno Loan and ~uilding
Association,
W. R. Tilton eeoret, ry.
Workingmen’a Loan and.Building
Assooiatton~
W. H. Bcrnaho,tse,
seorerary.
People’s Bank, W. R. Tilton cashier.
Hammonton Improvement
Association.
M.L.
Jackson president,
W.H. Bcr-shoase
see’y,
G. W. Pfessey treasurer.
- -
L0~AL=BUSINESSHOUg~S.
Reliable
and enterprising
parties,
in their
respective
lines,
whom wa san recommend.
For details,
see their adYertlsemcnts.
Wm. L Black, dry goods, groceries,
etc.
Win & Son; dry goods, shoss, eto.
Monfort
Cycle
Co.,
bicycles
and
auppllee.
-~
Roberr~ tesV,-j own .tee:
M. L. Jackson,
moat and produce.
S. ~l. Brown &Co., hardware and furniture.
" L.W. Ccgley,
barnes’.
G. W. Pressey, justice.
0. W. Payran, ~ttoreey.
W. H. Bemohouse,
coM.
Dr. J. A. Wens, dentist.
John Atki~sen, justice
and tailor.
John Murdock, shoes.
G. W. Swank, oystcrs
and fish.
Wm. Rutherford.
real estate
and insurance.
Win: Bernshouse,~laning
mill. lumber.
Frank
Hartehorn,
house
~tmden ......-UaddouSsld. ....
Berltn
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.......................
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, Lime;Cement
Plaster,Hair,Lath,etc. ~t~. F-mlTOR.--"Be-"--~ies
broughtfour
Mauufacturer
andDealerin
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FANCYSKINGLESBerry0rates
6"ae
Posts, Pickets, etc.
BERRY OBATES.
Folsom,
N.J.
Sh~s madeto Orderis my
The ~z~nontonSteam
sense. If youwereabroad
In Africa and met two Americane,.ona satisfaction.is guamateed.
from ~lifern~ or-’New-O~l~h~-a~dthe other from Hammonton,whieh
Repairing"~lone.
The best Macaroni made in the
wouldyou feel the mootlike aiding,
supposingthey both neededit ? OrIn
UnitedStates.
Trythem.
J,
MURDOOH,
case it werein London.En~.,
andboth
Bellevue &venus,
Sold Wholesaleand Retail
luthe mme-bntlneu,whichof the two
wouldyou feel the meet like
R~onton,
: :N.J.
Dealerin r_mported
&Domesfio
~-iiik~ Thereis no doubtwhich.Well
rheaswhyshouldyou not feel the same
A. H. CROWELL,
here at home~ So that if we wantto
FLORIST
see our townprosper and ~ee Plenty
o Just received a new10t of Irahere,wemustkeep t6ih~ intl~e Ham- F~e~ ~.~ a Sp~ty.
Ord~
bym~0r _t~ex~..........
taunton
.t~ortcd
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For Summer
use.
Of Idlkind~. Alsos
OedarShingles.-
S.
Atlantic City.
and Summer
City, Witha downward
ten- Spring stylea~ just spring your eyes sod
deney.,, Thinwasofficial, andI heard wa will spring pHoes that will surprise
it fromthose whoknow.
This occu~every year ; andthe herOXFORD TIES
rle~ mightjust aboutan well be dumped
about
one
t~o~,,~d
~-,, in b~=k
n.d
into ~ewYorkor BostonHarbor
respec. tan, from a well knownPhiladelphia
tively, or into
the Delaware.
- Butthi s manufadtursr,
at fifty
eents
on a dollar
keelmon
year after year. Why? Merely and will place themon sale
haveJust i’ebelvedourSpring Onecanniug-fs~t6tjr-e-e[iiblished
here
stook of good~.
would,inside of three years,
bring a
Ord~
too.
~,lm Rupert
all Bp,’ing
styles,
Pricee LOW.
Whowill be the first
tohelp organize ~lr,
Oanfurnish very nice
ually tow.&fine lot of Cape~,
such
a
factory
?
It
would
give
work
to
T’Good~,
Men’s,
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and
Boy#
PennsylvaniaHemlock hundreds
ofourpeoples
andnotatfrom 0tl~lng,
BottomPrines. Manufacture
our $1.80to$8a week,but at living wages. P.S. Our 85 ok Shirt Waiztaare the
Frank
0. Hart=horn, Atown
Flooring. 8atin~c~lon
talk of the town, worth $1.50. New
It wouldadd un impulse to the town stock
of Summer
Millinery nowopun.
Guax’~nteed.
PRACTICAL
m~coad
to noneIn Its history.
Call and
If no
oneleant
bettertalk
qualified
will
call a
Our,
.. specialty,
thisSpring,
Willmeeting
teat
tt up
s whythen AtWin& 8on’s NewStore.
be full frameorders.
Hammonton.
I wtll call one myeelLWecan’t do
I~ttisf~tion
guaranteed
on allto.work.
wensthan fall. There,e moneyin it ¯ Somepeople can’t avon catch a cold
rdersby
mailattended
~l
forall.
Y0urpttronageloll01ted,
w~. RuTmm~.
getting it In the nook,
t
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M~mufac~-ot-the
Finest ....
VERMICELLI,
Lumbersawedto order.
painter.
Leech, 8tiles & Co.. eye ,pco|alist~.
Henry Kramor. (Folsom),
cedar lumber¯
George Steelmun, tailor¯
D. O. Herbert,
sheen,
George EIvius, dry goods, groceries,
etc.
P. S, Tilden & Co., general merchandise.
Frank E. Roberts, groceries.
M. Stockwcll. hardware, groenrl~s,
furniture.
Jacob E0khardt.
meat and pro,lnce.
Fruit Growers’ Unioo~ geueral
merchandise.
B. Albrioi & Co.~ l~eal estate.
Chas. Cunulnsham, Pbyslolan
sn,l Surgeon.
W. R. Tilton,
Insurance,
ere.
Gee. M. Bowles, meat and prnJueo.
J.B. Smalls baker and eonf¢otio¢,er.
J. Goodmsn, nlotblng
and nutions.
H M. Phillips,
lifo Insursnee.
V,’.H. Ellis, bio)oles and eupl, llce.
H. L. McIntyre~ meat End produce.
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from,
the farmer~everymorning.
,Buttery:Egg~ud=Poultry.
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8uit~, all wool,$5.50,worth{[8
:Hammonton
office overAtJdnson’s Brown
Plenty comes when the balance of -woolBlackSuit&$8 to $12.60
IIABN~-SSs
KneePants,all wool,50 cent~,
trade
isinourlavor;butif
weepend
A.fullaseortment of handand machin
reduoedfrom75 esnte,-SHOEs
moremoneyout of townthan we do in
*
--made,--forworkor driving,
finer goods,75o., reduced
from$1.25
it, thenweat least
have,as far aa our
influenceaudpower
extends,
created a Always a Good Stock
~,
~es,
Whips,
bahnceof trade
Ridin
fre~trade,or protec-
of
Groceries,
54~
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Vegetables
in every variety,--fresh
p~t,oni~,i. ou~busine~
S,=pleaffi~
go to town ..........
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youz ...................
botb_.hh~
’_’penny
andhis_~mge~_cake
andmanyof us are not as wise as he.
CLOTHING
dustry
talent
whenpo~i’_ble,
We In- Athmtio
-Stand and
b~ the
folks,
patronizeifhome
City,Notary
N. J. Public.
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youcanget it just as cheaphere.
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t~lmtcgu!dbave_b~n__jmst_~_well-le
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here with sometownsman,
we mustnot
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if he mnot able to pay us our
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haveenoughhorse serumto~ on which
alde of their bread
the butteris.
moneyspent at home,
andthen in "it~ circulation among
our
"rewrites,, someof it maynaturally
drift Intoourt
prosperityto ourselves.
one to another, and-wed~edAn
you with Netting in either
wi~:-:~r-_Tcotto
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frames
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Philadelphia
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will raise thevalueofourownproperty
andkeepourchildren fromemigrating
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Saturday.
A Special Contractenableus to offer this splendidjournal
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One, Year for only $1.25,
CASH IIN
24=-"
J.A. SHAW.
A.t half omtof manufacture.
Agoldenopportunity
for e~nomical
buyers.
ofcountry,Patrl°tiemaudleasgenerally,
’Oharltydefinedshouldaebegtnl°Ve
AND
Shaw’s Pries.
at home,,, the manwho....
does not
Ou~s
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a~l =WOOl
$844
town of hts
woolSuits, $10~- $14....7$5..... men
men’s
fine
l~traw
Hate,
’ 2.50 2.00
Men’s
all
wOOl
Suite,
$15
&
$16
adoption,
cannot
be
counted
a
patrlot.
1.20
10
8.50 Men’sNegligeeShlrte, 50 o.
.25
Andse the manwhodoesnot feel a love
"
,
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seethem
preeper,
ha,
antler
home
folks,
and
apatr[otlethe
firstdestreprin-t°
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CompleteM~uures
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--"~’ IL~"="ffieS clplesof patriotismin his heart.
°. E. Cor.2ndandSpruceStreets, Philadelphia.
for all cropsalwayson hand.
Protection follows (to mymind)
~. B. It will payyouto come200
milestc thii clea~-tmee~ale.
7
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naturally after patriotMm
a~ the tail .....
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Youknowtheir value.
~
after the cow. If we love our country ~
-..... we wanttoseo
herpeoplepro~per;ifwo
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Pressed
Ham--boiled
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love
our
country
we
want
to
see
her
Inare making
quitea stir this
Jt
m S J-Js
~JL~L~J.
][J[
[jty
~’~
dustrles
thrive
;
and
instead
of
sending
and pressed~first .
seuon. Theycomehighly
our moneyout of the country,we want
class for
of the coem~is_Jttrue_ of the town
Inhabit. If we love our. town, we
trent,
wantto see our"towniee,,get on ; we
Wecandoyougoodinthe
wantto see her factories at workand
wayof Agricultural
Quaker
CityHams-her stems
andIndustries
and
wc
half,
whole,-or
sliced,
want
the money
to stay thrive,
at home
and
....
implements,
A first-class
stockof
allkinds
of
Seeif it is not so.
not emigrate.Wewantto see our town
ttsvejust~-an
amortment
of Scotch Lawns
Corned’Beef--2
lb.cans.
andLightCalicoes
in ne~
RoastBeef--2lb. cans.
few
Ham.
Weare selling Muslins
at ave l~gpre.
Sardines~in
1595.
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,
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Interest
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per am-num if held six months, and 8 per cent if "
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drawn,
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mude on thetis
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B~PTIST. RoY. 3. C. Killlau,
pastor;
Sunday services
: Preaching
10 30, Sunday.school
11,45,
Junior.C.E.
8.00 p. m;, Christian
Endeavor 6.30,
Preaching
7.30.
¯Weekday prayer
meeting Thursday evening 7.45.
CATHOLIC, ST. JosRPn’e.
Rev. A. VuuRicl
acting rector.
Sunday mass 8.30 a. m., exceptthird Sunday each month.
thcClerk’e office of Athmtic (7onutv. in Book
NO.124, f,q o 4 S. ~’tc, on M~v’.-~.’18a8 ; Be¢innlngat A. P. Simpson. M. A.; A B. Davis, Secretary.
Thursday evening in each month in
stake In the wc.*terly side of" Flqe~nth S~r~t. In the Meets first
Townof Msmmonton.at a ~lut fivc hundred and fifty
_M~_ha~uics’UdI1.
__ " _~ ~-__~. -- "feetMoK~-th6side of ~.ld Ylfie-er, th Sit’eat from the
WINSL0W Lo~oz I. O. 0. F. J.E.Watkis,
point of tin [ntemection with the centre ot th~ ~’amd*~n
H. Bern,house,
Secrelary.
& Atlaoflc Railroad ; thence (Ist) In line rarahel with ~. G.;" William
the said Camden& Atlantic Rallr~d north forty one Mecls every Wednesday evening,
in Odd Feldegrees forty mlnnt~a wa~t to u slakadi~tant one hen- lows’ Hall.
dred and fifty [IF~T ft. : thcnc~ (2ml) In a line parallel
withs~idF’/ftenth Street.north-fortytwo decree, " SIIAWMUSKIN THinE I. 0. R.M. Edw. P.
Sathsm;
Chas. W. Austin,
Chief
of
forty minutes e:v,t tn a stake flfvy feet distant ; thence Eazer,
(3edlln a line ~auth forte one de~n~s~o~y2nh, uten. Roemrda~ Meet every Tuesday’s
sleep
in Red
to a ,take in Fincmth Street distant one hundred Men% Hall¯
Lhence (dth’~ alongtim westeriyside of
....
’M; B. T~rL0n
LODOZ. F. & A. M. Dr.
minutes west fifty feet to the pl,¢e of beginning.
Edw. North,
Master:
D. Cunnl~gham,
SeersD~slg~sted as Lot .5 In L,wts ~. Hiekman’s plan of tare.
2nd
and
4tb
Friday
~s0nie
lots c~ll~l "Waohlng~on llel~ht&"
Hall..
Seized a~ the Property of Lewis B. Hlckman.and
a,
tsken Inexecut[on at thaeult of Hartha C. Coffin, s.
Ja.
0PDER UNITED AMERICAN ~ECHANIC
execntrf%, &c., of Anna0. BraddJck, dec.a~d(~. P. Myers, Couno:.llor:
L. W. Purdv. R. 8.;
CHARLES 8. KING. Muter.
A.T. Lobley,
F. S. Moet~ every
Saturday
305 Market St., Camden. N.J.
To Lutge
O~ee
c.F.
H&~MONTON,
N.J.
Deeds,
¯ "~
Elam
Stockwsll
~. F, Sexton,
Conveyancer~
only in
c0mpauies.
1"o~. Yeaz,,
Patrhtlem, Protectlon, Prosperlty, C ~~~~T ml .the~,l
and--,-Plentg
~-’~
DIR’ECTORS:
RealEstate
& Insurance
Agt
In~uranoe
planed
....... reliable
To~ate-,$1.26
W.R.TILTON, Cashier
NotaryPublic,
to me directed,
Issued oct of the Court of Chancery of Now Jenny, I
will exp~o to ~l~ at public vemluc, on
written.
Hill ¯ Block, Hammonton.
.
L.
JUNE 15,
HAM O ON,
M.L. JACKSON,Vice~Pres’t
Win.l:t.uthox~fox, d, ~.z. ~,~.e.,
M.L. Jackson,
RELIGIOUS,
t. 20th. 18,~, and recorded In Book h*o. 127
-Mrw. It-. E; ~allsbury vresidont. Mrs. S. E.
of DsedsIn rhe~e~lst~r’soffieeo~-Camden7
~Brdwu--se~ret,,ry.
Mrs= ~Vm_Ruthertord
-coretc.. In the Recorder%office of Atlantic Cauuty.
responding
secretary.
F.~x~pting thereoat, neverthalezs,
the followln
described lauds.Land sold Jamce B.and JenniePriceBrae, by Lewis
Surplus,$13000.
Hammonton,
N. 3.
Carefully
the residence
of Mrs. Olney on Third Street.
EPISCOPAL, ST. MARK’S. Roy. A. C. PresOOtt, rector¯
Sunday : morning prayer 10.30,
a.m.,
[second
and fourth
Sundays celebraFriday, June 21, 1895,
-rich
-eL
the-lloly
~uchariat-~’.30
a.m.],_Sm~nt thb~-5~r~’/~6-&-cl~r]~-lh~h’e-~fG.r,OOn-sr~al~
d~y
at the betel of AicxanderAItken.
on Egg Harbor
day.school
12.00 noon, Evensong 7:30 p.m.
Road, oppoelto the C~mden& Aflantic Railroad ela- Friday eva Evensong° 7.a0.
tlon, In the Town.of Ilamnmnton. in the County of
METUODIBT EPISCOPAL. Rev¯ Alfred
Wag~
Atlantic, and State of Now J,*reev.
Sunday
services : class 9.30, a. m.
pastor.
All that,
afterpartlcularlydescrtl~d
atuato,lyfn~" a~d being
partly in the Town of H~mm,~ston. In the Cauntyof Epworth League 6.30 n. m., preaching
7.30.
Atlantic. and partly In theT~,~’nship of Wl,elow. in Clas~ Tuesday and Wednesday even!has
7.45.
the County of Carad~u, State of NewJersey, bounded Prayer meeting Thursday 7.45 p.
ea fallows: B~,ginnlng at a po:nt ale~ comer to thy’s
blission
at Pine Road.
m~
the crom~in~ of Fifteenth Strew’t: thenea north ten
d~gre~east I y Hay’s line fly, chains atzd thirty linkS’,
Sunday services:
preaching,
10.30 a¯ m., Sun’J.hcnaa _n~*..t ~e~v-d~u-e~u~4"t v~ tn~e~t-~ tlt
by Her’s Iln~) twenty n nc ch~ ns and twenty two
meeting
Weduesday ~.45 p. m.
links t~ the centra of th~ MurphyR,,sd ; tilenca north C. E. prayer
elghtyelzht degre~ west ab,ngI he canter of s~tid road Church prayer meeting Thursday 7.45 p. m.
Missions
at Folsom and Magnolia.
elghtchalnsaud
nlnHyl nks thence,till
bycentce
of said road south eighty six d~grece and thirty ado.
SPm~uALIST. J.O.Ransom
president,
A.J.
weet nlne chain,to ncotner~ thence ~outhten deg.
~ocrcUry.__R¢~ccting,~_$~
aday_
aftcrnoons at 3 o’clock.
links to the line ofsdd railroad: thence south f,)rty
USZVnnS*LZ~T. ReY. Costcllo Weston pasfive dsgcees and thirty lnlnutee east twenty one thalns
and forty ]inks, cro~Ing the county llne to place of tor. Sunday services : pre~chiog I0.30 a. m.
beginning, contalning forty one acr,.* of land be the Sunday school, 12.00 noon. preanhi~g 7.30
@ttmc m0r~ or I~s. neiuK the sanl~ pr~misee sold to
~.Tn.
dt sO=s, X tblhthmm.
R, ~Bxam~8, President.
rates.
......... :Assets, $~4,960,~4]O.~
......
For all information,
address
Henry M. Phillips,
¯
Paidin, ~30,000.
All’forms
of legitimate Life lusumoe
written, to meetyour speclMneed%
----Voz~u~Tsrn
FxnE Co. John M. Austin,
president;
Chas. W. Austin,
secretary.
Meets
¯ Srd Monday evening of each month.
CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE. Mrs.
president;
Miss M. E. 0lacy
- Kfl%h-dfi~2~d- L’~fiit~I~50~O00
paying
ity. Unequalled
security.
at the
’ "
Of Hammonton.
N. J;
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conduoted
membera. ..........
G~at-~t-cH~’~i-e-n~
Edwin Adams; L.
Win. Rutherford
Notary
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