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YTOURNAMENT ENDS MONDAY.
Winnamore Leads at The Shufflebcard At
Pennsylvania Hotel.
The shuftleboard tournament whioh
has been on for three weeks at Law
rence Daly's Pennsylvania Hotel,
State street, will oome to an end
Monday night when the prizes will be
given ont. As this is the first game
of this bind to be played in Perth
Amboy for many years, mnch interest
has been manifested.
At the present time Winnamore is
still in the lead with Hugh Kenny a
close second followed by Matt Bren
roan who is only one point behind
Kenny. The following are the scores
up to date :
? W. L.
S. Winnamore 11 1
H. Kenny 10 4
M. Brennan 10 3
J. Howley 8 7
L. Daly 4 6
J. Sweet 5 7
L. Allen 6 7
M. Flynn 5 4
J. Collin 8 3
W. Greenleaf 9 3
W. Gilligan 0 10
P. Worrell 1 8
H. Schroeder 3 8
BOTHNER LOSES.
Failed To Throw Oscar Johnson Twice In
An Hour.
George Bothner, the lightweight
champion wrestler of the world, fail
ed Thursday night to throw Oscar
Johnson, of Hartford, Conn., twice
within an hou*, which were the con
ditions of the match. Bothner suc
ceeded in putting the shoulders of the
New Englander t6 the mat at once in
the allotted time, but for the remaind
er of the bout Johnson seemed to keep
on even terms with him. During
most of the hour Johnson was on the
agressire. There was a preliminary
between Captain Madden, of Man
chester, and George Fisher, of New
York, which resulted in a draw.
To Have Unifo'ms.
The new baseball team at the Rari
tan Copper Works is now being rapid
ly formed under the management of
J3. P. Humphries, an old time base
f ball tosser, who at one time was in
the field for the Marion baseball club.
Mr. Humphries is now corresponding
with a number of factory teams for
games on Wednesday and Saturday
(afternoon. The team is to have new
uniforms with the letters R. O. W. on
them.
Any team desiring games please
send challenges to J. P. Humphries,
care of the Raritan Copper Works.
THEODORE BL00D300D
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
42 Smith Street Perth Ambov. N. J.
EAGLES HAVE CONFIDENCE.
Look Forward To The Time When Sege
quist Will Carry Lcoal Honors.
The members of the Eagle Athletic
Olub have great hopes of their man,
Victor Segequist, being able to down
his opponent in the wrestling match
in Music Hall tonight. Segeqnist,
who is a great hnsky looking fellow,
has been in this country only a few
years.
At the present time he is working
in one ot the local shipyards at his
trade. Every night for the past week
he has been in the Eagles' rooms
making good use of the punohing bag
and when he was not doing this he
wonld be out on one of the local fields
running and jumping. The Eagles
put all their confidence in him and
expect to see him hold the local wrest
ling honors.
Deltas And Mohawks.
In the baseball game between the j
Delta baseball team and the Mohawks |
tomorrow afternoon on the Keasbey
diamond, Manager A1 Bramm, of the
Deltas, says there is no question of
doubt in his mind but what his team I
will defoat the Mohawks. Manager
Oleson, of the Mohawks, has great '
hopes of coming out the winners in
the match, as his team is in fine con- 1
dition. An interesting game is anti
cipated.
To 60 To Keyport.
Many of the looal amateur fans will
go to Keyport with the Emerald base
ball club tomorrow afternoon to see
the battle for amateur baseball honors
between the home team and the strong
Keyport baseball club of that place. I
Never Heoril of It.
Impeeune ? Hsive you any idea what
your father would gay if 1 asked to
marry you?
Miss Rocksey ? No. Oeorgie. Papa
never uses that kind of language be
fore me. ? N. Y. Sun.
Endowed by Xnfnre.
"My fortune," she said, "came to
me as a birthday present."
"Indeed!" exclaimed the suitor,
who had thought her practically pen
niless, "and that was ? "
| "My face."? Tit.- Bit*.
NO MIRACLE"
about them ? they are simply the result of
a lifetime study and practice by the one
man in America who is best qualified to
treat diseases of the stomach and bowels.
Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills have a
greater sale on less advertising, where
best known, than any other pill in the
world. Eat good food, and take one of
Dr. Deane's pills after each meal. Your
stomach, liver, and bowel troubles will
disappear. White wrapper if constipated,
yellow if bowels are regular.
Try them and
be cured.
DR. J. A. DEANE CO.,
Kingston, N. V.
For sale at Sexton's Drugstore.
Elizabeth Hardware Co
Builders' Hardware and Tools
Mill and Contractors Supplies
i
Wrought Iron Pipe and Fittings Valves and Packing
Leather Belting Waste Bar Iron
...158 SMITH STREET...
Backus Gas Gasolene Zngines.1
Cheapest Power Known for Driving
All Kinds of Machinery.
j Send for particulars to
BACKUS WATER MOTOR CO.
NEWARK , N. J? U. 8. A.
Over 3000 Boys '
in various parts
of the country are
making money in
their spare time
selling The
Saturday Evening
Post. Some make
as much as $10.00
and $15 .00 a week.
Any boy who
reads this can do
the same.
TNA DAINTY little booklet, which
A we will send to any boy free, the
most successful of our boy agentfe tell
in their own way just how they have
made a success of selling
The Saturday
Evening Post
There are many stories of real busi
ness tact. Pictures of the boys ara
given. Send for this booklet and we
will forward with it full information
how you can begin this work. Ho
money required to start. We will send
Ten Copies of the magazine the first
week free. Write to-day.
Tile Curtis Publishing Company
493 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Eczema, scald head, hives, itchiness
of the skin of any sort, instantly re
lieved, permanently cured. Doan's
Ointment. At any drug store.
Facta About Radiant.
Scientists say that, radium, al
though valued at $1,000,000 a pound,
is so rare and precious that it would
be impossible to procure 16 ounces
of it, even at that figure. With the
discovery of radium chemists are.
forced to abandon the atomic theory
and must reconstruct their ideas of
electricity. ? Albany Journal.
Height of Pigeon's Flight.
The German Ornithological society
has been conducting experiments with
pigeons and finds that when liberated
at a height of 9,000 feet down to as lit
tle as 2,700 feet they drop rapidly to a
much lower region of the atmosphere.
? Science.
A lazy liver makes a lazy man. Bur
dook Blood Bitters is the natural,
never fai}ing remedy for a lazy liver.
Explanation.
Knicker ? Why doesn't Smith come
to the club any more?
Rocker ? He's married.
Knicker ? And what brings Jones
so often?
Bocker ? Hp's married. ? N. Y. Sun.
Differentiations.
"Are you willing to be a candidate?"
"Of course I am." answered the
great man. "But whether 1 am willing1
to announce that willingness is an al
together different matter." ? Washing
ton Star.
It's the little colds that end in con
sumption and death. Watch the little
colds. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine
Syrup. %
Tenacity ol Life in Turtles.
A strip of turtle's heart which had
ceased to contract wras put by Prof.
Lingle in a jar containing oxygen and
its beating was sustained for three
? Science Sittings.
Ordinary household acoidents have
no terrors when there's a bottle of Dr.
Thomas' Ecleotric Oil in the medicine
chest. Heals burns, outs, bruises,
sprains. Instant relief.
MICHAEL DRAPER
RETAIL DEALER II
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
SltfltA QtrAAf Corner state k
?05 oldLC Oil til, Washington.
Kentucky Whiskies.
Per Qal.
Rye and Bourbon ....$1,76, ?, 8. 4.(*
MonongahelA IS. 8and 4 Or
Doherty Kye. 8, 4, 5.0
Old Cabinet Rye 8, 4, B.<*
Anderson Rye 8, 4, M*1
Spring Hill 8, 4, 5 0U
Old Pepper 1.78, 2, 8, 4 <0
Glolden Wedding 8. 8, 4.0i
Runnwnede Club 2, 5, 4 OC
lover Club i. 8, 4 01
Blossom Club *.8, 4.0C
Jiub House.... 2, 3, 4,0C
Silver Brook i, 3, 4.00
Old Crow 5.00
Private Stock 8.08
\ppleJack ? 1.75, ?, 8, 4.00
Champagnes
Qts. Pta.
<-iper Hiedsieck ?8.00 ?1.0t)
Urbana Gold Seal 1.60 1.00
Warner's Extra Dry l.(K) .60
Clarets.
ota. Pt?
Pontet $1.50 ?|.0U
}t. Julian 100 60
tiouhellan Fils 1.50 T5
Bordeaux 1-60 J.Ofl
rhe Premier Brand 1-0O 60
>Iedoc 1.60 76
Qal.
Holland Gin *2.50. 8, 4. 6 00
Jamaica Rum 2.50. 3,50. 6.00
Dlaul Brandy 8, 10.00
?teotcli Whiskey 6.00
i rish Wl iskey . . . 8 .00
Rhine Wine, per bot 76c and l,0u
Gal.
Port Wino 92 00, 3 50, 6.00
Sherry Wine 8.00, 8 50, 5.01
BlackWrry Brandy i.V), 3-ni
Blackberry Wine.... 2.60,3.60
Rock and Hye 2.60,8.60
Doz.
Bass Ale ? . Sua.
Scotch Ale 8.2G
Buinness's Dub Porter \ ?.2(
lmp| Ginger Ale .ft 8.8t
ligara per 1,800, 121, 534 and ?80. Lio
t up for Family Use a Specialty . For
purposes these liquors cannot be el
any dealers in the State.
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(or or from Perth Am boy on notice to Agent o
Conductor.
For farther Information see time- tables
Tickets for all points on the Pennsylvania
Railroad and connections, Pullman accom
modatlons. Ac., at ticket office, Perth Amboj
J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager.
J. R WOOD. Gen'lF ass. Ag't.
LEHIGH VALLEJf RAILROAD
Time Table In effect Feb. 8th, I9C3,
nation 8 In New York, foot ot Oortlsndt, D >
bresses and W jSt 23rd streets, Fenna. K. t
ferries.
TBAINS LBAVB STATB STRBBT 3TATJOB.
FOB NEW YORK.
6.10, 7.43 a. m; 4 85 p. m. for New York. 1.8o
6. m. dally connec a *Hi- way train for Bound
rook, Maucb Chunk, Weatherly, Hazelton and
Intermediate points.
FOB SOUTH PLAIN FIELD.
6.10, 7.43, a. in. 1.30, 4. 25, p. m. am days I
7.43 a. m 1.80. 6.15 p. m.
FuR OTHER POINTS
7.41 a. m. Daily Connect with Local trail
for K as ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Chicago.
t 8i p. m. Dally Except Sunday Express foi
for Wilkes Barre, Scranton, Hazelton
Pottsvllle, and principal intermediate
stations.
6.15 p. ro. Sundays only Through train tor
Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Suspension Bridge
and Chicago, connects for New York.
TRAINS LEAVE SOUTH PLAIN FIELD
FOB PERTH AMBOY
8.(0, a. it. 8.45, 5.00, 7.45, p. m. Sundays. I
10.85 a. m? 5.C0, 7.45 r>. m. Trains arrive Perth |
Aml>ov? u.01 a. m., 4.05, 5.26, 8.06 p. m. Sunday
10.57 a. m., 5.25, 8.0-. p. m.
Tickets sold to all Western Points.
For farther Information apply to ticket
agents.
READING SYSTEM
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL
Corrected to No\<n t tr,
TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBOY.
For New York, Newark ana Elizabeth i
3.00 Thursdays & Saturdays to New York
(only) 6 36, 7 17, 7.45, 8 17.9 51, 11.18. a. m?
12 09, 1 10, 8 52, 4 50, 5 09, 6 20, 7 48, 7 51, 9 55,
p. m. Sundays, 3 ou, 8 87, a. m. 5 29, 9 12,
p m.
For Philadelphia and Trenton via Sound
Brook, 7 17, 8.17, 11 18 a. m. 1 10, 5 09 p. m.,
ill I days, 8 8T u. m 5 29 p. m.
For Long Branch, ucenn Grove, etc. 5.07,
9 20, a. m. 12 82, 2 27, 4 57, 5 15, 6 38, 7 19,
(12.36 Wednesdays and Sundays only) p. m
Sundays 9 65, a. m. 54 p. m.
For Freehold, 5 U7, 9 20 a. m? 12.22 2 27, 57,
? 6 33, p. m.
Additional trains for Red Bank 2.27, 4 57, 6.88
P. M. For South Amboy. 5 15, 5.52, 9.29.
Through ucneu to all puiina at lowest rata
may be had on application in advance to tb'
ticket agent at the a'atinn. .
W, Q. Beslkr, Vice-Pres. & Genera 1 Manager
0. M. Bum, General Passenger Agent.
RARITAN TRACTION CO.
Time Table ;n Effect Sept. 15, 1902.
Cars leave Metuchen For Perth Anboy and all
points East to Boynton Bea h at 5 and S? minu
tes pa? t each hour from 6 a m. to 8.85 p. m., aud
from 8 85 to 11.35 p. in. at 85 minutes past the
hour
Cars le<ve Keasbey 8chool for Metuchen at 5
and 85 minntes past each hour from 6 a. m to
8.80 p m and every hour from 8 to 1 1.8 p.m.
Cars leav -Kcatbey for all points feast every
15 minutes. ,
Car< leaver Bridge at Woadbridge Creek for
Ke&sbev at foot of Smith Street every 80 minu
tes from 6.15 a. m, to 11.45 p. m.
Cars leave Bridge at Wood bridge Creek for
Metuchen on the even hour and half hour from 6
a m. to 7 SO p. m. ana on the half hour onlv
from 7.30 to 11 p. m.
Cars leave Stateu Island Ferry for Metuchen
an4 Keasbey bohool at 18 and 48 minutes past
each hour from 6 a. m. to 8 p m. and from 8 to
1 p. m. at 48 minutes oal- and for Keasbey at
foot of smith Street at 3 and 83 minutes past the
hour.
Cars leave Btaten Island Ferry for Brdge at
Woodbrldge Creek at 11, 36, 41 and 56 minutes
past each hour from 6 a. m. to 11 p. m.
WM. G. BOCK,
Superintendent.
Staten Island Rapid Transit R. R.
Time Table in effect on and after Hay 95, 1908.
Peril' Amloy to New Yoik? Leave foot of
Fmith St. daily exc p" nndays and'Legul
Holiday 5 16, 6 18 6.5H, 7 85, 8 05, 8^5.
10.25 and )1.85a m. liii, I 55 8.55, 8.55 4.18.
6.0U, 6.47,7.66, 9.0m .10.80, 11.15 P. W,
Sundays and Legal Holiday s
8.80, 7.66, 8.55, 9.55, *0.55 II. ''5 A. M. 18.55. 1.55
8.55, S.fe, 4. 0, 5.50. 6.50 8 86, P. M.
Ne v York lo Perth Amboy:? L'Rv* foot of
Whitehall *t. dall} except Bundav and Legal
Holidays, 6.*0, 6.50.8 00, 9.00. 1 00, 11.0' a ai.
18.80 1.56 8 80. 8 85,4 0. 5 10, 5.SO 6.45, 0.85
7.80 8 85 9.40, 11. (ft *18 85 .
Sundays and Legal Holida s.
Leave New York. 7.01, 9 0.10.00, 11 00 18 0,a. m
1.0.1. 8 10 8 00,4.00.5.00, 6.0 ,7 CO, 8.80, 94 i p m
K. rry between Perth Aniboy and Tottenville
loave Perth Anihoy da y X5.16, i?U, U.82,
16.58, x7 86, *8 06, x8.5l<. '.40, x;0.86 10*5,
xll.86 a m. W8 5, xU 55 xl.55, x8.66, X8.66,
X4.48, 6 ?, *6.00, x6 47, 7 86, 7.65, 9.00, 9.66, 10.80
xll.16, 18. Op. m.
Sundays 6.80,7.56,8 66. ?.6\ 1 .65, 11.55. a. m.
18.6^,1.65,8.66, 8 66, 4.50, 6.50, 6. BO 7.S0, 8.86,
9.83, 10 80. p. m.
Leave To tenTiUe dally XI. 8\ 5.55, 6 f8, 6.42
X7.10. 7.60 X8.16, x9 10. X10.06, 10.40 xll .06a.
m. xlS.06, 18 40 xl.86, X8.85, x8.40, x4.88, B.'O,
x5 4'i, X6.18, x6.65, 7.40, 84\ 8.40, 9.40 10 15
10.46, p m. 18.10, 1.80 A. M.
Sundays;? 7.8'J, 8.10, 9.80, 10.10, 11-10. a? m
18.10,1.10.8.10, 8.10, 4.10, 610, 6.10, 7.10, 8.13
9 00,9.40, 10 50 p.m.
J. VAN SMITH, P. H. CA88IDY,
Receiver, Gen'l Traffic Agent.
Something Ne
Pepto-Manganate of Iron:
and Sarsaparilla
Makes Pure, Rich Blood. Strengthens the Nerves
The Best Spring Tonic. The Medicine That Is All Medicine
Box of 100 Tablets - - 50 cents
Keasbey & Barnekov, "SSZm
335 State Street, Perth Amboy, N- J.
Explain ed.
"I don't see what makes Jennie so
curious," she said.
"My dear," he replied, "that's easily
explained.
"Well, what is it?" she asked.
He was going out tliat evening any
way or he wouldn't have ventured to
say it, but ?
"It's her sex," he said. ? Chicago
Post.
An Obnervatlon.
Tou will notice in life's voyagre
While floating down the stream,
That the milk of human kindness.
Produces very little cream.
?Cincinnati Enquirer.
RARITAN CAFE
BOWLING BILLIARDS
82-184 Smith St. Perth Am boy
JAMES K.IRBY, Prop.
HENRY F. KOCH
Agent for Columbia Farm Wagons
and Carriages.
222 New Brunswick Avenue.
GARDELL BROS.,
Successor to D. McFarland.
Move Furniture Carefully
and at Reasonable Cost |
33 Ring Street.
Foley's Honey anJ Tar
*or child re cure A i0 co/ji/e*
E. J. FLANAGAN,
AGXNT FOR THK
Conn.'. Fire Insurance Co
of Hartford, Conn.
Phoenix Insurance Co
of Hartford, and
Equitable Life Ins. Co.
of New York City.
Springfield Fire $ Marin*
Insurance Co.
of Springfield, Mass.
Bbowk's Building.
WOODBRIDGE, - N. 4
mm DISEASES
are the moat fatal a! al db>
ar money refunded. Contains
remediee recognised by east
oant phyatdana aa the Acs/ iat
Kidney wad Bladder trniihlea.
Builders and Contractors "Directory
CHRISTENSEN & FEDDERSEN
Masons and Contractors
Office: 1 88 Madison Ave.
Tel. 67b Perth Amboy, N. J.
ORESSLER & HOLLANDER
Carpenters and Builders
Jobbing promptly attended to.
9 Park Ave. Nr. New Brunswick Ave.
Perth Amboy, N. J.
WALL PAPERS "were CHEAPER
We call with samples, suit all in tffce and
do PERFECT WORK, which meaif?
1st, Paper must be perfectly CLEAN. 2nd.
MATCHED. 3rd. PLUMB. 4th. SEAMS must
not show. 5th. Should be done quickly, and 6th,
NEVER PEEL OFF.
N. v. ppper Hanging Co.
136 RECTOR ST. Tel. 47 F.
J. H. TYRRELL
FIXE TEAMS AND
COACHES FOR
WEDDINGS,
FUNERALS, Etc.
A SPECIALTY
Carting to ALL PARTS of the CITY
Residence and Office; 30 Commerce St
Tel. Call 34.
Sand, Grvel, Brick, Flue Linings and
Sewer Pipe Furnished.
120 So. Second St. 170 Brighton Ave.
LUND & CHRISTENSEN
Carpenters and Builders
Office and Shop: 6 East Avenue.
Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended to
CHRIS RASMUSSEN
Carpenter and Builder. Oak St.
Alterations and Jobbing attended to.
GRAHAM & M'KEON
General Contractors
EXCAVATING, GRADING, ETC.
Sand, Gravel, ^Broken Stone, (Jarting,Elo
244 Smith St. 225 New Brunswick Ave.
J. P. KOYEN
CARPENTER and BUILDER
Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended to
90 New Brunswick Av? Perth Amboy
SHOP; 17 KING ST.
PERRINE- BUCKELEW COMPANY
F. J. RUE, Manager
BUILDING CONTRACTORS
Plans and apeciflcatiou i furnished on sppli
oat on. Jobbing given pronip; atcentiou.
Eatima'es cheerfully furnished.
112 Rector St. / Perth Amboy
AXEL WICKSTROM
Carpenter Jobbing, Steam cawing, Turning,
Scroll and all Mill Wofk.
Shop and Office; 178 Madison Avenue
R. B. SMITH Sanitary Plumber
Tinning and Sheet Iron Worker. Steam
and Gas Fitter. Jobbing promptly
attended to.
Shop 28 Hall Ave. Perth Amboy, N. J.
FT X. URBANSKI
House Paintipg, Paper Hanging, Iuterior
Decorating. 238 Waahlnaton St.
i
JENS K. JENSEN
OFFICE; ^O^UILDING
Residence; 250 Washington St.
Perth Amboy, N.|J.
F. J. LARKIN
Plumbing A Gas Pitting
Steam, Hot Water and Hot Air Heating
Dealer in Stoves, Range* and Heater
Repairing of>U kin a specialty.
86? 8tate street, Perth Ambey, N. J.
THE FARRIN6T0N CO.
Successors to Fairing ton & Runyoa Oo
LUMBER, LIME, LATH,
MILLWORK, HARDWARE
All kinds ot Building Material
QHce. 188 Fayette street Perth Am boy. N. 3 .
E. 0. CARLSON,
Painter L Paperhanger
obbing promptly t tented to. IB? Gordon 8t
C. w. WINBERG
Painter and Paper Hanger
143 Brighton Ave.
Established in 1880.
W. J. DONNELL
Wholesale and Be tall Dealer In
Lumber, Lath, Cement, Doors, Sashes,
Blinds, Mouldings, Builder's Hardware,
Hair aud Nails.
Office and Yard; Je.Te-son St.&'C. B. B. of N, J.
Perth Amboy, N. J.
PETERSEN & JACOBSEN
Carpenters and Builders
Barclay St. Perth Amboy
JOHN H. DAYTON
Registered Architect
56 Market Street
FERDINAND WETTERBERG
Painter and Paper Hanger
126 Brighton Ave.
LEO DRESSLER
Carpenter and Builder
Jobbing promptly attended to. Eut At.
P. SKOV & CO.
Artificial Stone and Cement Works
Office: 108 Fulton St., New York City
John c buch Jiruca A. Ihricki
170 Hector st . 87 Division at.
OBUCH & IHRICKI, Carpenters L Builders
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Estimates furnished free of oharge.
Shop opp. P. B. B, Depot. Perth Amboy
A. SMITH, Mason and Builder
Estimates Cheerfully given.
34 Ca hsrtne St., nr . Hall Ave. Perth Am
Advertise in tti?
Evening N<
J E. ZANGENBERG
Plumber, Steam and Gas I
Tinsmith. Jobbing promptly J
street, Pwthi

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