UCHELL AND FRASER PITCHED
Ptrladclphia Was Defeated By Boston In
National League Game.
In the came between Philadelphia
and Boston yeBterday the following
aooonnt is given of Bnrohell's work:
"Bnrohell replaced Fraser, and the
visitors opened on him as if they in
tended to make his stay short. Dex
ter hit the second ball pitched for a
double. Tenney sinRled and scored
on two wild pitches. The final run
I was made in the fifth on Kittridge
and Willis, the former's steal of third
fl^vhen Dooin tried to catch him off
second, and Dext.er's, hit. After this
B irohell braced and was very effeo
"The Phillies gathered their third
run in the seventh on Hallman's hit,
Hnlswitt's out and Burohell's single.
They bad men on bases in the eighth
and ninth, but could not advance
WORRELL HAS NOT APPEARED.
Has Not Yet Taken Up Acceptance of His
Frank Worrell has thus far com
pletely ignored the acceptance of his
challenge for a game of checkers
which he issued through the Evening
News several weeks ago. He said at
that time he would play any man any
number of games for any amount of
A prominent business man of this
city, as has been told in the News,
ha? left $25 in this office and accepted
Worrell's challenge. The name of
this man can be learned by calling at
the publication office, but Mr . Worrell
has not taken the trouble to do that.
The money is still here and if Worrell
wants the match it is not yet too late.
The money has been posted in good
faith and all that is needed is for
Worrell to oover the pile.
KEYPORT COMING HERE.
Will Play The Deltas on the Keasbey Dia
mond To-morrow Afternoon.
The Delta baseball team's manager.
/ Albert Bramm, has cancelled the game
h with Alpines which was to have been
? played at the Eeasbey daimond to
morrow afternoon. He has received
a challenge from the manager of the
kKeyport A. O. baseball team for a
came at that time and he will acoept
it. The Keyporters are willing to
play on the Eeasbey diamond at 2.30
The looal team will have A. Oleson
in the pitoher's box and R. Lind will
do the catohing. The Kevport team
will have that old ball tosser, John
Lands. Harry Dawson will do ihe
catching for them.
If the Deltas win the game tomor
/ row Manager Bramm will endeavor to
? make arrangements for a return game
* to be plaved at Keyport the first Sat
urday of next month.
The men who have made the largest
fortunes in business are those who
have been the most extensive adver
Billiard and Pool Parlor
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
42 Smith Street Perth Amboy. N. J.
D. V. RUSH
383 State Street
P. 0. N. h
If Do You
where there's a family
that's ever used Feigen
span's P O. N. Ale or
Beer as a table beverage
that wasn't delighted
with it? We don't. Why
not order a case of your
dealer or us? We know
you'll like it.
Breweries, Newark, N. J.
SHAMROCK III DISMASTED.
Was Struck By a Squall Yesterday And
Was Seriously Wrecked.
Shamrock III., Sir Thomas Linton's
new cnp challenger, was completely
dismantled by a sudden squall yester
day, as the start was made for a trial
snin with Shamrock I.
Sir Thomas Lipton, who was aboard
with several guests, was severely in
jured from being knocked down a
oompanionwav. One man. Collyer, a
steward, and a brother-in-law of Capt.
Wringe, lost his life from being swept
overboard by the falling oanvas.
The hull of the new challenger is
uninjured and Sir Thomas says the
cup races will not be'delayed.
The squall came so suddenly that it
was over, and Shamrock III. had been
swept dear of everything above deck,
before those aboard realized what had
happened. Sir Thomas was averse to
taking the boats out yesterday, be
cause of bad weather ; but upon being
urged to do so he, gave a reluctant
consent. The wind was not greater
in velooity than frequently occurs
during cup races, but it apparently
was of greater body, coming puffy
and cold off shore from the northeast.
HANSEN TRAINING HARD.
Out on His Bicycle To-day For The First
Time In Several Days.
H. P. Hansen, the popular Danish
wrestler of this city, is training on
his bicycle today, for the first time
this week. All his time during the
past few days has been put in at the
rooms of the Sociable A. O. on Park
avenue where he has made good use
of the bioycle .training machine and
the dumb bells. It is said that at the
present time Hansen can make nearly
five fmiles in five minutes on the
In speaking of his coming match on
the 21st with Tom Sharkey, Hansen
told a reporter that he has great hopes
of downing his man. He said he
knew of no reason why he should not.
WILMINGTON SENDS FOR COLEY
Ticket For His Passage To That City Is
Now On Hand.
"Oha" Ooley has received a letter
from the local Pennsylvania station
agent that the fang at Wilmington,
Del., are awaiting his arrival there
and that there is a ticket at the
station for his passage. Ooley, who
has been putting in a great deal of
his time in practicing, will have
about the 21st to join the Wilmington
with whom he has signed a contract.
LIFE'S LITTLE IltO.VlES,
Doctor ? I'm very glad to tell you.
Mrs. Hodges, that your husband will
recover, after all.
Mrs. Hodges ? Law, sir, don't say
Doctor ? Why not, you unnatural
Mrs. Hodges ? Well, you see, sir,
after I'd sent for you, sir, I took an'
sold all his clo'es! ? Sketch.
"Do you think that any salary a man
can get in political life is worth
"Certainly," answered Senator Sor
ghum. "Unless a man is content to
be a pensioner on the government in
stead of hustling in the interests of
some liberal corporation, he can lay
by quite a little money." ? Washing
" I regard your pills as a godsend. I
could not make a business engagement
without the proviso, 1 unless I nave sick
headache.' Now my health is excellent,
and all from the useofDr. Deane's Dyspep
sia Pills." So writes Hon. W. H. Beveridge,
of Richmond, Va., a prominent lawyer.
Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills are a sure
cure for sick headache and indigestion.
Why not try them? At druggists', 25c.,
or a sample mailed free. White wrapper if
constipated, yellow if bowels are regular.
Have you tried
them yet? f
DR. J. A. DEANE CO.,
Kingston, N. Y.
For sale at Sexton's Drugstore.
IMPORTANCE OF SPEED.
A GREAT FACTOR IN EVERY DAY
In these days of rapid progress, one of
the most important factors in business
and science; in transportation ; in sports
and in fact almost everything is speed.
Speed is also an important factor in
the curative powers of medicine, and it
has been proven by an avalanche of tes
timonials, that the greatest remedy for
speed and rapidity in relieving and cur
ing diseases of the kidneys and bladder,
blood, liver, rheumatism, dyspepsia and
chronic constipation, is DR. DAVID
KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY.
The speed of this wonderful discovery
for diseases of the kidneys and bladder,
is not so rapid as to injure and interfere
with the other healthy organs of the
body ; but rather of a gradual uniform
speed, consistent with the best results.
If your back pains you ; if your urine,
after you have deposited some in a glass,
and let it stand for 24 hours, has a
smoky, milky appearance; if you have
a frequent desire to urinate during the
night and scalding pains accompany its
passage, your kidneys and bladder re
quire instant treatment, by taking Dr.
David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy.
The startling results of this renowned
remedy, in relieving and curing diseases
of the kidneys and bladder have amazed
the whole medical world.
Druggists sell it in Wmv SO Cent 8l*e
and the regular $1.00 size bottles.
Sample bottle? enough for trial, free by mail.
Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N.Y.
Dr. llnrid Kennedy's Worm Kjrop. most flfre
tire medicine of the kind known. Mc. Druggists.
Keaebey ? Hnruekov sell and? recom
mend l>r. uavld Kennedy's Favorite
Mow Jaekaon Turned It.
An Episcopal clergyman, of Cincin
nati. was being shaved by a barber
who was addicted to occasional
sprees. The razor manipulator cut
the parson's face quite consider
"You see, Jackson, what comes from
taking too much drink," said the man
"Yes, sah," replied Jackson; "it do
make de skin very tendah, sah. It
do for a fack." ? Saxby's Magazine.
VfOt JCK la hereby giver. thiit tl.e undarsigne'.
intense making application to the Board of
Excise Commissioners of the City of Perth Aiu
boy, at their next meeting, fur a license to keep <5
saloon with the privilege Oi jelling malt and
spirituous liquors in the Ity of Fai th Amhor
aud in the house ownel by himself at 8tate
St. cor. Smith 8HJMUND 8P1TZKR. 1
VTOflC'? is hereby given that the at.iierslgn''*
Intends making application to the Board ?
iCxciso Commissioners ?f the City of Perth Am
soy, at their next meeting, for a license to keep 11
saloon with She privilege of selling malt anil
llgilL'rt In the Cllr 0' Perth A n'hov
anil in the house owned by G. Krus-er at 140
Front St. FK1TZ SPfcRR. 1
24?8-4-lg 2t-o. e. w.
.TCTICw % hereby given that the lingers* gnefl
.*! intenos mailing application to the IWrdol
. CoinnilHSioiierf* f the City of Perth Ata
<<t tlifir next meeting, for a licenso to fceeo ft
1 v Ith the privilege of selling Jialf and
- a "iriora in *be (lifvflf Perth \irbov
and in the house owned by the Home Brewery
Co. Lesee at 109 Washington St. JOS. DAFALU
24 s? 4-18-2t-o e w
NOTICE Is hereby given that the anderslgnei
Intends making application to the Board 01
Excise Commissioners of tne City of Perth Am
Doy, at their next meeting, for a license to keep 1.
saloon with the privilege ol selling malt and j
wirltuous liquors In the UtQ of Perth Ainbov
and in the house owned by himself at Wood
bridge Road. R SMUS HANSO^
i 409-4 17-2t o e w
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
intends making application to the Board of
Excise Commissi ners of the Jty of Perth Aiu
boy at their next meeting for a license to keep
a hotel with the privilege of helling malt ana
spirituous lipuors in the City of Perth Amboy
and in the house owned by himself t 2ti New
Brunswick Ave. EZRA fcWEET.
2872 4-6-2t-o e w
PERTH AM BOY POST OFFICE |
Taking effect Nov. 17, 1902.
Opeus at 7 A. M. Closes at IP. M.|
New York. Western and Southern 7.00a m
Uahway? Woodbridge 7.80 am
Fords and Keasbey 8.20 am
South Jersey Way 9.80 am
New York and Northern Way 9 SO a m
Rahway, direct 12.00 am
New York and Nortbern Way 12.20 p ni
South Jersey Way 1.80 p m
Wood ridge direct 1 80.
New York directs 2 80oni
New Y..rk and Nori hern V\ay ? 5.(0 r m
South Jersey Way 5.80 p m
Brooklyn, Pennryvania and N. Jersey < .80 p
Rahway, dir et .... 6.80 pm
Fords and J eascey . ... .. 6.45 pm
Rahway and Woodbridge 715am
New 1 ork and Northern Way 8 80am
South Jersey Way V 9 00ain
New York an1 Eastern States 9 80a m
Fores and Keasbey 9. JO aim
Rah wa/ and Woodbridge 12.(0 am
Sou th Jersey Way 12,00 a m
New York and Northern Wsy ll?0?m
Rahway and Woog bridge 4.8 >pm
New Y- rk and Northern Wao 4.80 p m
South Jersey Way 4 80 p m
Fords and keasbey 7 00 p m
All points 7.00 pm
Money Order department opens at 7 a m close*
at 6.45 p m taturday at (5. 30 p m
Geo. H. Tick. P. M.
? FIRE ALARM BOXES.
23 Raritan Copper Works
26 High and Lewis
<7 Madison ave and Paterson st
2* Market and First sts.
55 smith and High st
87 ntate and Smith Bts
48 Buckingham ave and Hartf
45 Commerce and Front sts
47 High and Washington str
f.4 State gt ami Buckingham ave
56 Hail ave and Charles st
5/ Railroad ave and Wayue st
011 Washington and First sts
6 Turnpike and Elm st
I 64Smith (? t and Watson ave
! 65 Commerce and Sta e sts
I 7 1 Front and Smith sis
\ 7b Water and Gordon sts
! 71 Kearny ave and Gordon st
1 2 Smith and Herbert St
81 oodbtiJge road and Washington st
) 84 l-i-high itve and Stanford st
To s nd in an alarm, open the door of the box I
and pull down the level and let go once only,
stay at box until firemen arrive.
t tap? Break in circuit. 2 taps? Drill and Are
alarm test. Uydiant at corner of Jefferson and
High street always to be used for this trial 3
taps Fire out. 6 taps- Police call. 12? Call for
Lincoln Hose 13? Call for Washington Hose.
14? Call for McClellan Hose 15? Call for Pro
tection H. and L.
Foley's Kidney Cure
make* kidneys and bladder right.
Schedule In eflMot,
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C0 0)c0 9l0 7>00 -Q |
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:S : : :?"*
^ SS?Lq I'd >? *
?y" Stops only to taku on or let off passenger
(or or from Perth Am boy on notice to Agent o
For farther Information see time- tables
Tickets for all points on the Pennsylvanl: j
Railroad and connections, Pullman accom
modatlons. &c., at ticket office, Perth Amboj
J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager
J. a WOOD, Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD
Time Table In effect Feb. 8th, lfK'3.
stations In Nan I orb, foot of Uortlanrtt, 1) ?
broaeea and W .istt iSrd streets, Pennu. R. 1
TRAINS LXAVI STATB 8TU1T STATIOB.
FOR NEW YORK.
?.10, 7.43 a. in; 4 26 p. in. for New York. 1.80
&. m. dally conueo ? ?it? way train for Bound
rook, Uaucb Chunk, Weatherly, Hazelton and
FOR HOUTH PLAIN FIELD.
6.10, 7.48, a. m. 1.80,4. 25, p. in. sucaays
7.43 a. ml. 90. e.lftp. m.
FOR OTHER POINTS^
7.43 a. m. Dally Connect with Local train
for Easton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Chicago.
4.23 p. m. Dally Except Sunday Express foi
for Wilkes Bar re, derail ton, Hazelton.
Potts vllle, and principal Intermediate
8.15 p. id. 8undays only Through train lor
Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Suspension Bridge
and Chicago, connects for New Tork.
TRAINS LEAVE SOUTH PLAIN FIELD
FOR PERTH AMBOY
8.40, a. iv. 8.45, 5.00, 7.45, p. m. Sundays.
10.85 a. m., 5X0, 7.45 n. m. Trams arrive Perth
Aniboy? U.01 a. m? 4.05, 5.-25, 8.05 p. m. Sunday
10.57 a; m., 5.25, 8.0_> p. m.
Tickets sold to all WeBtern Points.
For further Information apply to ticket
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL
Corrected to November,
TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBOY.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth t
3.00 Thursdays & Saturdays to New York
(only) 6 86, 7 17, 7.45, 8 17.951, 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 uO, 8 87, a. ni. 5 29, 9 12,
For Philadelphia and Trenton via Bound
Brook, 7 17, 8.17, 11 18. a. m. 1 10, 5 09 p. m?
jut days, 8 87 a. m. 5 29 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc. 5.07.
9 23, a. m. 12.22, 2 27, 4 57, 5 15, 6 88, 7 19,
<12.36 Wednesdays and Sundays only) p. in
Sundays 9 55, a. m. 54 p. m.
For Freehold, 5 07, 9 20 a. m? 12.22 2 27 , 57,
V 6 88, p. m.
Additional trains for Red Bank 2.27, 4 57, 6.88
P. M. For South Amboy, 6 15, 5.52, 9.29.
Through tickets to ail points at lowest rate
may benad on application in advance to th'
ticket agent at the station.
W, Q. Bksler, Vice-Pres. & Genera 1 Manager
0* M. Buk , General Passenger Agent.
RARITAN TRACTION CO.
Time Table in Effect Sept. 15, 1902.
Cars leave Hetuchen for Perth Anboy and all
points East to Boyoton Bea. h at 5 and 35 minu
tes pa?t each hour from 6 a m. to 8.85 p. m., and
from 8 85 to 11.85 p. in. at 85 minutes past the
Cars leave Keasbey School for Metuchen at 5
and 85 minntes past each bour from 6 a. m. o
8.80 p in and every hour from 8 to .1.8 p.m.
Cars leav > Kcaibey for all points East every
C<*r? leaves Bridge at Woodbridge Creek for
Keasbev at foot ofSmllh Street every 80 minu
tes from 6.15 a. m, to 11.45 p. m.
Cars leave Bridge at Woodbridge Creek for
Metuchen on the even hour and half hour from 6
a. m. to 7 30 p. m. and on the half hour only
from 7.80 to 11 p. m.
Cam leave Staten Island Ferry for Metuchen
an.l Keasbey Bohool at 18 and 48 minutes past
each bour from 6a. m. to 8 p m. and from 8 to
1 p. m. at 48 minutes only and for Keasbey at
foot of Smith Street at 3 and 83 minutes past the
Cars leave 8taten Isiand Ferry for Bridge at
Woodbridge Creek at 11, 26, 41 and 56 minutes
past each hour from 6 a. m. to 11 p. m.
WM. G. ROCK.
Staten Island Rapid Transit R. R.
Time Table In effect on and after May 25, 1902.
Peru. Am toy to New York ?Leave foot of
Bmith St. dally except f undays and. Legal
Holiday 5 15, 6 12 6.58, 7.35, 7 35, 8 05 , 8 55.
10 25 and 11. 25a m. 12 is, i 55 2.55, 8.55 4.48,
6.00, 6.47,7.55, 9.0b .10.80, 11.15 P. M,
Sundays and Legal Holidays
6.20, 7.55, 8.55, 9.55, -.?0.5511.55 A. M. 12.55, 1.56
2.55, 8.56, 4. 0, 5.50, 6.50. 8 85, P M.
Ne York to Perth Amboy:? Leav-* f.iot of
Whitehall "t. daily except Sunday iiud Lega'
Holioays, 5.'i0, 6.50. 8 00,9.00. 1 Ul, 11.00 a. m
12.30 1.65 230,825,4 0. 5.10, S.BO 5.45, 6.85
7.80 8.25 9.40, 11.06 ?12 25.
8 undays and Legal Holida s.
Leave New York. 7.00, 9 . 0. 10.00, 11 00 10 '0, a. in
1.00. 2 00 8 00, 4.00, 5.00, 6.0 , 7 00, 8.30, 9 i . p. m
F?rry between Perth Am boy and Tottenville
loave Perth Amboy da y X5.15, x6 12, 6 82,
*0.58, x7 85, x8 05, 18.56. >".40, x.0.25 10*5,
xll.25 a m. 1* 25, xl2 55 xl.55, x2.55, x8.5R,
X4 48, 5 *6.00, x6 47 . 7 26, 7.56, 9.00, 9.66, 10.80
xll.16, 12. Op. m.
Sundays 6.90,7.66,8.56, 9.5*, 1 .55, 11.55. a. m.
12.5\ 1.65, 2.55, 8 56, 4.50, 5.50, 6.50 7.80, 8.25,
9.2^, 10 30. p. m.
Leave To, tenville daily xl.8\ 5.55, 8 ?2, 6.42
X7.10. 7.60 x8.15, x91U. xlJ.05, 10.40 xll 06 a.
m. xl2 06, 1* 40 xl.8fi, X* 85, x8.40, x4.32, 5.10,
x5 41, X6.18, xfi #, 7.40, 8 4 >, 8.40, 9.40. 10 15
10.46, pin. 12.i8.180 A. M.
Sundays;- 7-39, 8 10, 9.80, 10.10, 11,10, a. oi
18.10,22.214.171.124, 8.10, 4.10, 5.10, SJ0, 7.10, 8.10
9 00,9 40, 10 50p.<ni.
J. VAN SMITH, P. H. CA88IDY.
Receiver, Gen'l Traffic Agent.
, 1 M HE \
Pepto-Manganate of Iron
and Sarsaparilla tablets
Makes Pure, Rich Blood. Strengthens the Nerve*
The Best Spring Tonic. The Medicine That Is All Medicine
Box of 100 Tablets - - 50 cents
KEASBEY & BARNEKOV, 'Druggists
335 State Street, Perth Amboy N. J.
Jerked Beef of Cruiruny.
Tasajo, or jerked beef, is the prin
cipal export of Uruguay, the amount
being 8,500,000 pounds per annum. The
great market for it is Cuba. ? N. Y.
Ban on 'Phone in Germany.
The telephone can no longer be le
gally used by German physicians in
dictating prescriptions to druggists
because of the chances of fatal misun
derstanding's. ? London News.
Unlike the Machine.
"Do you think the flying machine will
ever be practical?"
"It's hard to say. The idea has been
in the air a long- time." ? X. Y. Times.
I RARITAN CAFE
E BOWLING BILLIARDS
? S2-154 Smith St. Perth Amboy
JAMES KIRBY, Prop.
HENRY F. KOCH
Agent for Columbia Farm Wagons
222 New Brunswick Avenue.
SuooesBor to D. McFarland.
Move Furniture Carefully
and at Reasonable Cost
23 Kliig Street.
Foley's Honey an J Tar
*nr children, safe sure go fa tea.
Builders and Cont
CNRISTENSEN & FEDDERSEN
Masons and Contractors
Office: 188 Madison Ave.
Tel. 67b Perth Amboy, N. J.
DRESSLER & HOLLANDER
Carpenters and Builders
Jobbing promptly attended to.
9 Park Ave. Nr. New Brunswick Ave.
Perth Amboy, N. J.
WALL PAPERS N\veue CHEAPER
We call with samples, suit all in price and I
do PERFECT WORK, which means?
1st, Paper must be perfectly CLEAN. 2nd.
matched. 3rd. plumb. 4th. seams must
not show. 5th. Should be done quickly, and 6th,
NSVER PEEL OFF.
N. *>aper Hanging Co. |
136 RECTOR ST. Tel. 47 F.
J. H. TYRRELL
FINE TEAMS AND|
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 80. Second St! 170 Brighton Ave.
LUND & CHRISTENSEN
Carpenters and Builders
Office and Shop: 6 East Avenue.
Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended to |
Carpenter and Builder. Oak St. ]
Alterations and Jobbing attended to.
GRAHAM I M'KEON
EXCAVATING, GRADING, ETC.
Sand, Gravel,. Broken Stone, Carting, Etc I
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
Plans and tpeoiflcatlon i furnished on nppli
eat 011. Jobbiiu mven promp; atcentjou. |
Estima'es cheerfully furnished.
112 Rector St. Perth Amboy |
Carpenter Jobbing, steam Sawing, Turning,
Scroll and all Mill Work.
Shop and Office; 178 Madison Avenue )
R. B. SMITH Sanitary Plumber
Tinning* and Sheet Iron Worker. Steam
and Gas Fitter. Jobbing promptly
Shop 28 Hall Ave. Perth Amboy, N. J.
F. X. URBANSKI
House Painting, Paper Hanging, Interior I
Decorating. 238 Washlngt^t. |
E. J. FLANAGAN,
AGKNT FOR THE
Conn. Fire Insurance Co
of Hartford, Cone.
Phoenix Insurance Co
of Hartford, and
Equitable Life Ins. Co.
of New York City.
Springfield Fire $ Marine
of Springfield, Mass.
WOODBRIDGE. - N. J
ins the enoat fatal of al
or money nfunM
rcmcdiM rscofoirad br ?nA>
ntnt physicians as the krf lit
Kidney and' Bladder
JENS K. JENSEN
OFFICE; P. O. BUILDINC
Residenoe; 250 Washington St.
Perth Am boy,
F. J. LARKIN
Plumbing A Cas Pitting
8 team. Hot Water and Hot Air Heating
Dealer In Stoves, Ranges aad Heater
Repairing of.all kin aspsalalcf.
867 State street, Perth Ambey, N. J.
THE FARRIN6T0N CO.
Successors to Farrington ft Runyon Oo
LUMBER, LIME, LATH,
Ail kinds of Building Material
OHoe, 188 Fayette street Perth Amboy, M. J .
E. 0. CARLSON, ESSST**- ?;J
Painter 4 Paparhangar
obb'ng promptly ttented to 157 Gordon St
C. W. WINBERG
Painter and Paper Hanger
142 Brighton Ave.
Established in 1880.
W. J. DONNELL
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Lumber, Lath, Cement, Doors, Saskss,
Blinds, Mouldings, Builder's Hardware,
Hair aud Nails.
Office and Yard; Je.fe-son St.6'0. R. B. of N. J.
Perth Amboy, M. J.
PETERSEN & JACOBSEN
Carpenters and Builders
Barclay St. Perth Amboy
JOHN H. DAYTON
56 Market Street
Painter and Paper Hanger
125 Brighton Art.
Carpenter and Builder
Jobbing promptly attended to. East At.
Artificial Stone and Cement Works
Office: 108 Fulton St., New York City
John ubcch Jclibs A. Ihhjcki
170 Rector st . 87 Division St.
0BUCH & IHRICKI, Carpenters & Builder*
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Estimates furnished free of charge.
s?hop opp. P. R. R, Depot. Perth Amboy
A. SMITH, Mason and Builder
Estimates Cheerfully given.
34 Oa herine St., nr . Hall Avw. Perth Ambo
Advertlne in til?
T E. ZANGENBERG
1 ? Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
and Tinsmith. Jobbing promptly attended
Oak street. Perth Amboy
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