Twenty-five hundred people saw the
game Sunday at Hoboken. Next Sun
day Ilion will be the attraction there.
MoMaokin and Mike O'Neil, two
twirlerB whom the fans well remem
ber, showed up well in practice sameg
reoently. McMackin pitched against
the Giants for Oolumbus and O'Neil
defeated the St. Loais American
It is quite likely that the Marions
?will be seen in a praotioe game on the
^fiaturday before the regular season
opens. The strongest of the local
?eam, probably the Crescents, will be
|/ secured as opponents and besides
giving the players a ohanoe to get in
some team work it will also give the
fans an opportunity to get a line on
the team that will represent Perth
Amboy on the diamond this summer.
The officers of the Marions are
making efforts to dispose of a number
of season tickets during this week as
they are anxious to get enough money
in the treasury to pay for the work
neoessary to put the grounds in shape.
If the fans will only oome to the front
with the oash, new uniforms will also
be purchased. As the opening of the
season is less than a moDth off lovers
of baseball are urged to lend their
support to the cause of providing this
anoient village with the best that's
going in the line of the national game.
Some few persons have expressed
||the fear that the Marions will not be
F>?8. strong this year as heretofore and
k.that baseball here is on a retrograde
Fi movement. It is the old story of
' looking for trouble when the outlook
is most brilliant and hunting for
storm olouds when the sun is shining
brightest. There is absolutely no
cause for any one to feel the least
alarm about the Marions not sustain
ing their last year'B record. As the
Evening News has pointed out, the
team will be just as strong in every
department and man for man will be
the equal if not superior of f&e team
that closed last saeson so successfully.
Lines are now out for two of the best
semi-professional players hereabouts
to play at short and third and when
their names are announced the calam
ity howlers will be very muoh sur
prised. These bard luok shouters, b*
' the way, are not far removed from
the genius "knocker" and meaner
man than the one who knooks the
home baseball team without cause, is
not to be found in many a day's walk.
RELIANCE NEARLY COMPLETED
Last of The Plates Being Placed? Mast To
Be Stepped Next Week.
Only two plates remained unplaced
on the top sides of the latest Herres
hoff cup champion when the steel
workeis in the south construction
shop finished their labors for the day.
These have been already bent, "trued"
and prepared for riveting, and can be
firmly secured within half an hour.
The rigging of the steel mast will
be oompleted by the middle of next
week, and it will be stepped at the
north wharf, being raised and lowered
interposition by a large derrick at the
western end of the wharf, instead of
by the derrick steamer Aroher, which
has done the work for previous cup
defenders aided by a large scow, the
WRESTLER BROKE ARM
Anders Andersen, of Sweden, In a Bout
With Gadeberg Met With Accident.
In the Graeco-Roman wrestling
match at Prospect Hall, Brooklyn,
last night, Ernest Faust, of Germany,
defeated Anders Anderson, of Sweden,
in one hour and fifty-one minutes.
Anderson injured his right shoulder
in the bout and the match was dis
While wrestling same style "with
Christian B. Gedberg, Bernhardt Pet
erson had his right arm broken.
TRIAL RACE TO-DAY.
Two Shamrocks Postponed Yesterday's
Contest Owing To High Wind.
The two Shamrocks were made ready
early yesterday for their first racing
trial, but the wind was blowing so
hard the skippers decided not to risk
the yacht's gear and to await a moder
ation of the weather. As the wind
continued strong and it was squally
enough to endanger tne yacht's spars,
the trial race of the Shamrocks
planned yesterday was postponed nntil
It is probable that no race between
the^boats over a set course will take
place before Saturday.
1 HARD STRUGGLE
Many a Perth Amboy Citizen Fnds
The Struggle Hard.
With a back constantly aching.
With distressing nrinary disorders,
Daily existence is bu?a straggle.
No need to keep it up.
Doan's Kidney Pills will oure yon.
Perth Amboy people endorse this
Mr. Miles Nelson, of No. ?0 Lewis
street, inspector L. V. R. R. car
shops, says:? "There was a pain in
my baok which olung to me day and
night. My work compels me to do a
great deal of stooping and bending
forward, whioh greatly aggravated
the trouble. If I kept moving about
I did not mind it so much, but the
minute I sat down the pain increased
andjbecame almost unbearable. Doan's
Kidney Pills were recommended to me
and I got a box at G. W. Parisen's
drug store. Thev helped me from the
very start, and when I had finished
the first box I felt ' better in every
way. Doan's Kidney Pills have my
endorsement. I will always keep them
in the house to use again if the occa
sion arises. "
For- sale bv all dealers, price 50
cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the
Remember the name? Doans'? and
take no substitute.
The- Promptings of Affection.
"Charley, dear," said young Mrs.
Torkins, "I am going to learn to play
"So that I can do as a wife ought
and intelligently sympathize with you
in all your troubles." ? Washington
Tortillas', the Mexican substitute
for wheat bread, are made from se
lected corn. The kernels are boiled
soft in lime water, and after being
thoroughly washed are rubbed be
tween the hands to remove the outer
husk. They are then ground, while
wet, to a soft mass with stones or a
peanut butter mill, patted into tbin
cakes, baked on a dry griddle and
eaten while still hot.
Billiard aod Pool Parlor
CIGAR& AND TOBACCO
4-2 Smith Street Perth Amboy, N. i.
I SPECIAL OFFER. T
Wheeler & Wilson
Don't Miss This Opportunity.
The managers of the Perth Amboy Evening News have
decided to offer a $G0.00 Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine
FREE to the lady handing in the largest number of coupons
cut but of the Evening News, beginning Tuesday, March Sis1,
and ending May 15th, 1903, at 6 P. M.
Save Your Coupons <?
and get your friends to give you theirs.
Papers on Sale at All Newstands or
Delivered by Carriers to Subscribers.
CZTCDISJEDITICDN^B : Coupons must be placed in envelopes, plainly
marked, with name and address of person to whose credit votes are to be placed,
Envelopes are to be addressed to "Manager Machine Contest, Evening News."
Coupons will not be received in lots of less than ten, except on the last day
MACHINE is on EXHIBITION in WINDOW of A. JENSEN, 336 STATE ST.
BEGIN NOW. SAVE YOUR COUPONS.
FORMERLY TI1E HATCH FARM
50c to $1
NEXT SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
Although the weather wae very unfavorab.. I et Saturday and Suoday huudreds ef peep., were there t. huy and eupaoe lots, .T WAS A GREAT SALE UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES. Huudrede
of people will belhere next Saturday and Sunday. WILL YOU BE ONE OF THEM?
i tt ? T-i. t Our property is located within the city limits of Perth Amboy, on one of the
The reasons why you should buy Lots at Perth Amboy Heigb ts! of
factory A place where vou do not have to send your children three miles to school (we are within ^ mile ^of first-class?city ' ? Therefore we ask every citizen in Perth Amboy and vicinity to act
townships, 'where you can get good police and Ire protection, mail deliveryandnfactevery wney.
on his or her judgement. Come to the property and see for yourselves; it will bear the strictest investigation ana * noeve ,
I We make no promise^ we cannot fulfill.
Money refunded in case of death.
This is a fair, square proposition with no string tied to it. If any person who buys a lot of us should die during the term of payment of their lot, we will positively
refund all money paid to us to their heirs or assign?. Should you be sick or thrown out of employment we do not ask you to pay tho monthly payments until you get to work again.
Free, clear warranty deed given. Title absolute. 10 per cent, discount given if all cash is paid
We have carriages waiting at our office door Saturday and Sunday and will give a I prospective buyers free transportation to and from the property, We want you to come whether you buy or not.
Our Agents will be on the property every day. Come early and secure your lots. Call at our office, which is open dHly from Gam to 9 p. m and get maps and full particular.
' AGENTS ON THE GROUNDS
rom 8 a. m.^to 7 p. m.
" ? r
REMEMBER THE NAME AND PLACE
138 Smith Street,
ROOMS I and 2- * 6000 LIVE AGENTS WANTED.
Perth Amboy, N. J.
^LIBERAL COMMISSION PAID.
AGENTS ON THE GROUNDS
from 8 a. m. to 7 p. m.
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