READY FOR TONIGHT'S
Hansen Says he will Throw Shar
key if it Takes all Night to
The work of putting the platform
up in Wilder Hall, Smith street, for
the wrestling match between H. P.
Hansen, the Danish champion of this
citv, and Tom Sharkey, the Irish
wonder, is now completed. Both
wrestlers are determined and one of
| the best bonts this oity has rver seen
That it will be a hardfought match
there is no donbt. In the last Han
sen-Sharkey match, Hansen was com
pelled to throw Sharkey twice in an
hour catch as-catch-can style, but this
time Sharkey will not be on the de
fensive all the time as the match is
to be for the best two out of three
fallB, catch-as-catch-can style.
Hansen says he will make the Irish
man work as he never worked before,
claiming that he will throw Sharkey
if it takes all night to do it.
In the preliminaries yOung "John
nie" Dwyer will do his best to down
"Steve" Decker two out of three
times oatoh-as-catch-can style. Young
Dwyer says he is in fine condition and
hopes to come out on top.
J. Jones, of South Amboy, will
referee the main bout.
Tom Jenkins, who is now in fine
condition, says: "During the week
of May 17 I am going to do something
no other Americau wrestler has
attempted before. I have arranged
matches for almost every night during
the week. Beginning Monday at
Montreal I will wrestle Carl Pons,
whose correct name is Alois Gonthier.
On the following night of the same
week I will wrestle Gus Ruhlin, Tom
Sharkey, August Faust, Leo Pardello
and another man. I just do this for
the purpose of showing the public that
I am always ready to go on the mat
when there is any monoy in sight.
After I am through with those I have
already mentioned I will give both
Jim Parr and Dan MoLeod another
chanco if they desire it".
Jack Burse, the former pugilist,
who holds the record for surviving
the longest fight on record, 110 rounds,
with Andy Bowen, is in New York.
Burke has branched out as a wrestling
promoter and is looking very prosper
ous. Burke makes his home at
Scheneotady. He said: "I am in
New York to arrange a wiestling
carnival between'all of the top notch
wrestlers. Thus far I have secured
Tom Sharkey, Leo Pardello and August
Faust. The first bout will be between
Pardello and Sharkey and will be
held in a few weeks. They will meet
at straight catch-as-catch-can style.
I am looking for a fit opponent for
Faust and may engage either Gustave
Gustavsen, the Swede, or Oarl Pons
to go on with him. Sohenectady is a
ratttling good sporting and business
town and the bouts will draw big
crowds. ' '
FACTORY TEAMS CROSS BATS
Perth Amboy Terra Cotta and Raritan
Copper Works to Meet Saturday.
The newly organized baseball team
at the Perth Amboy Terra Ootta Works
is getting ready for their game with
the first team at the Raritan Copper
Works which is to be plaved Saturday
afternoon. The game will be called
at 2.30 and will be played on the
Oopper Works diamond. The battery
| for the Oopper Works will b* Higgens
I and Oolver with Joseph_ Larkin as
' Lost anything: A cent-a-word ad.
in the Evening News will find it for
ST. ALOYSIUS CADET'S GAME.
Will Play St.Agnes Academy of New Bruns
wick on Saturday.
The St. Aloysius Cadets baseball
team have now completed the arrange
ment for Saturday's baseball came.
They will meet the crack St. Agnes
Academy of New Brunswick, baseball
team on Boyer's field at 2 o'clock.
The following is the line-np of the
St. Aloysius Cadets: J. Mnllins, p;
J. Mulligan, o; J. Powers, lb: J. Mc
Ooldriok, ss; T. Keating, 2b; T. Fitz
gerald, 3b; P. Campbell, rf ; E. Dolan,
If; W. Bird,, cf. The team iB now
ready to receive challenges from all
first class teams. Manager Charles
McDonald, 68 Commerce street.
RELIANCE IN GOOD TRIM.
Will Resume her Practice Spins off New
Rochelle next Week.
The oup defender Reliance has been
prouoonced in perfect trim in her new
rig and under her increased canvas,
ana tolav Mr. Iselin, her managing
owner, sent her back west. She will
anchor in New London harbor for the
night, and on Fridav will sail for
City Island, where on Saturday she
will be hauled out that her underbody
may be polished. Early next week
the yacht will continue her practice
spins off New Rochelle.
SHAMROCK COMING EARLY.
May Leave the Other Side on May 30 - Ocean
Rig is Ready.
A storm of wind and rain rendered
it impossible yesterday to start the
proposed fifty-five mile race between
the ShamrockB from here around the
Channel Fleet off Lamlash, Isle of
Arran, for a prize of |600 offered by
Mr. Charles Russell.
It is expected that the dismantling
and refitting of the two Shamrocks
will be accomplished in record time.
The Sails and spars for the ocean rigs
aie practically ready. The date upon
which the yachts will start for the
United States has been provisionally
fixed for May 80.
HIGH SCHOOL MEET TOMORROW.
Interesting Events Will be.Held on 6rounds
? Arrangments [Completed.
Arrangements are about complete
for the meet to be held tomorrow
afternoon at the High School. The
track and field have been put in good
condition. No admission will be
charged but the school grounds will
be so roped off so as to give the spec
tators the best view possible. The
event will be as follows: 100 yard
dash, boys ; 100 yard dash, girls ; 220
yard dash ; 440 run : 1 mile run ; Potato
race; Putting 12 lb. shot; Pole vault;
Rnning high jump; Running broad
jump ; One mile interclass relay race,
bovs; One-half mile interclass relay
race, girls; One-half mile interclass
relay 7th and 8th grade, boys. Throw
ing basket ball, girls; Basket-ball
girls, Senior, Junior, Sophomore
The following are the highest scores
posted at the Kirby alleys for prize
bowling last night: T. Brown, 215;
C. A. Fothergill, 199; H. Neal 220; J.
Gere^ 231 ; J. Martin, 201.
TO PLAY THIS AFTERNOON.
The Raritan Conper Works first
team and a team from the tank room
will cross bats on the Copper Works
diamond this afternoon.
The men who have made the largest
fortunes in business are those who
have been the most extensive adver
' THEODORE BIOODSOOD
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
42 Smith Street Perth Amhoy. N. 1.
D. V. RUSFTS
383 Htate Street
B8-1B4 Smith St Perth Am boy
JAMES K.IRBY, Prop.
Rev. John DeWitt, D. D.
of the Theological Seminary, New Bruns
wick, N. J., writes: " 1 am satisfied that
Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills are all right.
They have mastered mv case."
Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills are the one
great remedy for Dyspepsia. They are
scientifically prepared, and cure. That's
why they have so large a sale. White
wrapper if constipated, yellow if bowels
are regular. Send for a free sample.
Eat what you
please and take
DR. J. A. DEANE CO.,
Kingston, N. Y.
For sale at Sexton's Drug Store.
Then Followed Coulneoci.
[ ,Mr, Cutting Hint.z? I just found my
hat on the ice cooler. I wonder on
what crazy thing I'll find it nvxt?
Mrs. Cutting Ilintz ? Maybe on your
he?|l. ? Exchange.
Scratch, scratch, scratch, unable to
attend to business daring the night.
Itching piles, horrible plague. Doan'a
Ointment oares. Never fails. A*
any drag store, 60 cetats.
Smacklip ? I didn't hear the burglar
until he was leaving the house.
Grennet ? You must have been
Smacklip ? Oh, I was; I thought it
was our cook leaving. ? N. Y. Herald.
T*i e Iti'anon for It.
"One half the world," he quoted,
"doesn't know how the other half
"That," she replied, "is because they
don't get into the divorce courts." ? *
Coughs and colds, down to the very
borderland of consumption, yield to
the soothing, healing influences of Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup.
Twenty-seven thousand and forty
seven hundred conscripts from Alsace
Lorraine have failed to join the colors
and have been declared outlaws. All
their property reverts to the crown.
A Roaming Hnalnmt.
A Philadelphia man earns a living
by going around and waking people
up at stated hours each morning. He
is said to be doing a rousing business.
Impossible to foresee an accident.
Not impossible to be prepared for it.
Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio Oil? Monarch
Would Have Come Itiu-L.
H'ewitt ? 1 hear that your servant
Jewett ? Yes, she's gone to heaven.
IlewiJ.t ? How do you know, she has
Jewett ? If she haan't gone to a
good place she wouldn't stay. ? Town
Two million Americans suffer the
tortnring pangs of dyspepsia. No
need to. Bnrclock Blood Bitters onres.
At any drug store.
Wnnted It Mearared.
"Have you got a gasometer, pa?"
"No, Willie. Why?"
" 'Cause you ought to have one an*
leave it in the parlor. I tell you the
way young Dobsley was givin' Sis gas
last night was worse'n a high wind."
? Chicago Post.
Traveling; Is Daugreroiia.
Constant motion jars the kidneys which
are kept in place in the body by delicate
attachments. This is the reason that trav
elers, trainsmen, street car men, team
sters and' all who drive very much suffer
from kidney disease in some form. Foley's
Kidney Cure strengthens the kidneys aud
cures all forms of kiduey and bladder di
sease. Geo. II. Ilausan, locomotive engi
neer, Lima, O., writes, "Constant vibra
tion of the engine caused me a great deal
of trouble with my kidneys, and I cot uo
relief until I used Foley's Kiduey Cure".
Sold at Sexton's Pharmacy.
"Yes," suid the young student,
thoughtfully, "when. 1 get interested in
a subject I never stop until I have em
braced it thoroughly.'"
"That's nice," was his sweetheart's
hesitating reply. "I wish I were an in
And she was. ? Tit Bits.
Will Cure Consumption.
A.A.Ilerren, Finch, Ark, writes. "Fo
ley's Honey and Tar is the best prepara
tu>n for coughs, colds and lung troubles.
I kuow that it has cured consumption in
the firRt stages." You never heard of any
one using Foley's Honey and Tar and
not beiny satisfied. Sold at Sexton's Phar
PERTH AM BOY POST OFFICE
Taking effect Nov. 17, 1908.
Opens at 7 A. M. Closes at 7 P. M.
New York. Western and Southern 7.00 a m
dahway-Woodbridge 7,80 am
Fords and Keasbey ' 8.20a m
South Jersey Way 0.80 am
New York ?nd Northern Way 9.80 a m
Kahway, direct 12.00 a m
New York and Northern Way. 12.20pm
South Jersey Way 1.80 p' ro
Wood ridge direct.. 1 80
New York direct: 2&inm
New York and Northern *\ay 5.(0 r n
South Jer.Sey Way 5.80 p m
Broo1 lyn, Penn yivania and N. Jersey ti.80 p ?
Rahwuy, dir ct . .. 6.80 pm
Fords and Jeastey . .. 6.45pm
Hah way and Woodbridge 7 IS a m
?ew i ork and Northern Way 8 80 i ni
South Jersey Way . 9 00. i m
Now Yol k ani Eastern States 9 80a m
For.rs and Keasbey 9.30 aim
Rahwa and Woodbridge 12.00 am
nouth Jersey Way 12,00 a m
New York and Northern W y 12.n0 am
liahway and Woodbridge 4.8 ip in
N-w Y rk and Northern Wao 4.8(1 p m
Mouth Jer ;ey Way 4.8(1 p in
Fords and neasbey 7 00 p ui
AH points 7.00 p m
Mon y Order department opens at 7 a in close*
at 6.45 pm Saturday at 6.80 p m
Quo. H. Tic", P. M.
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
28 Ruritan Copper Works
20 High and Lewis
7 Madison ave and Patersqn st
2ft Market and First sts.
.% Smith and High st
X! ntateand Smith sts
48 Buckingham ave and Hartf
45 Commerce ami Front sts
47 High und Washington str
?A State st ana Buckingham ave
56 ball ave and Charles st
57 Railroad ave an'* Wai ue st
62 Washington and e irststa
6 1 Turnpike and Kim st
64 Smith "t and Wai-on ave
05 Commerce and Slate sis
72 Front and Smith sis
78 Water and Gordon i-ls ?
71 Kearny ave and Gordon st
h2 Smith and Herbert St.
H't oodbridge road and Washington st
(44 Lehigh ave and Stanford t<t
To b nd in an alarm, open the door of the box
and pull down the lever and let go once only.
May at box until firemen arrive.
1 tap? Break in circuit. 2 taps? Drill and Are
alarm test. Hydrant at corner of Jefferson and
High street always to be used for this trial 8
Laps Fire 'out. 5 taps- Police call. 12 -Call for
Lincoln Hose 18? Call for Washington Kose.
14? (!allfor McClellan Hose 15 ? Call for Pro
tection H. and L.
roiey's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bladder right.
Schedule In eflect. Not. 1UOS
. ? CO N N I- 1- ? X
J ? ? OOOriHriH
?Q ? ?Q lO IP <Q CO CO CP tm
f 5 :X8S8S38S
hi 8 :S38?8388
M ?Q 'CiC?CiOt.^f.t,
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m ?? *> io *o <o so ?o
OHOHHrtiNOi ??>? I
W-* r-4 r-< H^>4Hn ?
SSSSSfcS :8 :
2 2 ??3 SB 21 :g?
co?aoftOt9>oo ? ^
Ot 09 ** ? ?J 09 v? ?H I I
K K * 1
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| r? 1?1 T-* ?"? r-< r-? r-? l-*4 IH
:8 :253feS :Ss
^ i Jiqu
? I :J ! rHs
o ? -m : : : .
e o t< ? ?a Kg .
1 Stops only to take on or let off pasaaager
tor or from forth Am boy on nntlet to Ajtit o
For further information see time- tables
llekeis tor all points on the Pennsylvania
Railroad and connections, Pullman accom
wodations. Ac., at ticket office, Perth Amboj
i. a. HUTCHINSON, Oeneral Manager.
J.&. WOOD. Gen'lF tea. Ag'l.
uEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD
Time Table in efltet Cell 8th, IB* 3.
'tatlons in Mew York, foot ol Oortlandi, D a- |
baoeaea and Vi ..at asi-d atreeta, Fenna. R. I
Tea ins Leave Statu 8trb?t Static*.
FOK NEW YOHK.
6.10. 7.41 a. m; 4 U5 p.m. tor New York. 1.80 I
p. m. dally conuou a trita way train for Bound I
Brook, Maucb Chunk, Weatherly, Haaelton and |
FOK 80UTM PLAiarilLD.
d.10, 7.48, a, m. .8 i. US, p. m. suodayal
7.43 a. ail. 30. 6.16] . _o.
KoK OTHKK POINTS J
7.43 a. m. Daily Connect with Local trail
.or Ka.itou, Buffalo, Niasarn Falls and Chicago. |
aj* p. ui. Daily Except Sunday Express fui
for Wilkes Harre, Scran ton, Hazel ton
Pottsvllle, and principal Intermediate
0.15 p. rn. Sundays only Through train lo<
Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Suspension Bridgt
and Chicago, connects for New Tork.
TttAlNS LEAVE SOUTH PLA1NFIEL1
FOE PERTH AM BOY
P. 40, a. ti>. 8.45, 5.00, 7.46, p m. Sundays
10 85 a. m., 5.C0, 7 45 . m. Trains arrive Perth |
4.mHo?? V.01 a. m., 4.06, 6.26,8.06 p. m. Sunday
10.57 a. m., 5.25, 8.0j p. m.
Tickets sold to all Western Points.
For farther information apply to tlokei
NEW JEESEY CENTRAL
Corrected to November
TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBOY.
ror New York, Newark and Elizabeth
i.OO Thursdays ? Saturdays to Mew York
(only) 6 85; 2 17, 7.45, 8 17 9 51, 11 .18. a. m.,
Its 09, 1 10, 0 m, 4 50, 5 09, 8 au, 7 48 7 51, 9 55
p. m. SMflayb, 3 00, 8 87, a. Ui. 5 22, 9 12,
p. m. *
For Philadelphia and Trenton via Bound
Brook, 7 17, 8.17, 11 18, a. m. 1 10, 5 09 p. ni?
ui days, 8 S7 a. m 529p.m.
for Long Branch, oeuati Grove, etc. 5.07
9 ao, a. m. 12.22, 2 27, 4 57, 5 15, 6 88, 7 1\>. I
1.12.36 Wednesdays and Sundays only) p. m J
Sundays ? 55, a. m. 54 p. m.
For Freehold, 6 07, 9 au a. ra., 12.23 2 27, 57,
0 88, p. m.
Additional trains for Ited Bank 2.27, 4 57, 6.8}
i'.M. For South Amboy, 5 15, 5.52, 9.29.
fhrongh ucaet* to ml points st low utrtu
a?y be had on application In advance to ?b
loket agent at the station,
W, G. Bbslkb, Vice- Pres. & Genera 1 Manager |
C. M. Boa , Qeneral Passenger Agent.
RARITAN TRACTION CO.
Time Table in Effect Sept. 15, 1903.
Cars leave Metuchen for Perth Anboy and all
points East to Boynton Bea h at 5 ami 35 ininu
iea ,a?t each hour from 6 a m. to 8.85 p. m? aud
from 8 85 to 11.3j p. in. at 85 minutes past the
Cars le tve Keasbey School for Metuchen at 5
and 35 minute* past each hour from B a. m o
8.80 p ui anil every hour from 8 to . 1.3 p. in.
Cars leav Kca^bey for all poln.s Ikast every
Car . le .ve? Bridge at Wood bridge Creek for
Keasbev at fo^t of 8mi.li Street every 30 uiinu
M from S.15 a. m, oll.4>p. ill
Cars leave Bridge at Woodorl'ge Creek for
Metuchen on the even hour and half hour from 6 |
a m. io 7 30 p. in. ana on the half hour onlt
from 7.80 to 11 p. iu.
Cam leave Staten Island Ferry for Metuchen
aad Keasbey Wohool at 18 and 4S minutes past
each hour troin tia. m. to 8 p in. and ftom 8 to
1 p. m. at 48 minute* onlv and for aeasbey a*
foot of bmith Street at 3 and 88 minutes past th.
Cars leave Staten Island Ferry for Br dg? at
vVoodbridge Creek at 11, 26, 41 and 56 minutes |
p?sl each hour from 6 a. m. to 11 p m.
WM. Q. KOCK,
Staten Island Rapid Transit R. R.
Time Table in effect on anu after May 2> 1902.
Peril' Annoy to New York ? Leave foot of I
Pmith St. dally excep* undays and begal I
Holiday 5 15, 6 12 6 58, 7. 7 35, 8 115, 8 to, 1
10V5 and I 1.25a m. 12 Vv i 5.i 2.55, 8.55 1.48,
6.00, 6.17,7.55,9.0V. 10.80,11.15P.M,
Sundays and Legal Holidays
6.20, 7.55, 8.55, 9.55, '0 5511 5 A. M. 12 .15, 1.55
2.55,8.56, 4 . 0,5.60,6.50 8 8.', I> M.
Ne York to Perth Amboy: ? Lesv- foot of
Whitehall Ft. dail j except Sunday and Lega>
Holidays, 5.M), 6.5t, 8 00, 9.00, 1 ?*), 11.00 a. n.
12.30 1.65 2 30,3 25.4 0. 5.10, 5.UO 5.46, 6.35 1
7.30 8.2S 9.4#, U.Ob *12 25. 1
Sundays and Legal Holida s.
Leave New York. 7.00, 9 . 0. 10.00, 11 00 12 0, a. m I
1 .0 , 2 DO 8 00, 4.00. 5.00, 6.0i>, 7 00, 8.30, 2 4 1 p m 1
Frrry between Perth Aaiboyand Tottenville
loave Perth Amboy da y X5.15, xfi 12, 6.82,
X6.58, x7 35, x8 06, X8.5B. ! .40, x.0,25 lu 5o,
xl 1.25 a m. 1*25, X12.65 xl.55, x2.55, x8.56,
x4 48, 5 28, X6.00, x6 47 . 7 26, 7.56, 9.00, 9.56, 10.80
xll.15, 12. 0p.m.
Sundays -6.20, 7.55, 8.U, 9.5*, 1.55, 11.55. a m.
12.5 , 1 .55, 2.65, 8 56, 4.50, 5.50,6.60 7.80,8.25,
9.2\ 10 80. p. m.
I.eave To tenville dally xl.8,5.55, 6TJ, 6.42
X7.10. 7.50 X8.15, x9 10. xlJ.05. 10.40 XU.06 a.
m X18 06, lv 40 xl.85, x2 86, x8.40, x4.32, 5."0,
x5 to, X6.18, X6.65, 7.40, 8.4 , 8.40, 9.40 10 15
10.45, p m. 12.10, 1.80 A. M.
Sundays;? 7.80, 8 10, 9.80, 10.11), 11,10, a. m
18.104.22.168.2.10, 8.10, 4.10 #.10, 6.10, T.10, 8.13
9 00,9.40,10 50 p.m. '
J. VAN SMITH, P. H. CA881DY,
Qen'l Traffic Agent.
THERE IS LIFE AND STRENGTH IN EVERY
DROP OF OUR MEDICINES
When We Fill Your Prescriptions
Keasbey & Barnekov,
Old Reliable Piace to Trade 335 STATE STREET
The Ma.ni barrier.
"I shall not marry Miss Croesus
ifter all." announced young1 Jenkins
tadly. "ITer family seem too opposed
to the match."
"Hang the family!" exclaimed a
sympathetic friend. "Go in and win.
Jenkins, all the same! What do you
care for the family's opinion, so
long as the girl is willing'?"
"That's just it," explained Jenkins,
still more sadly; "Miss Croesus seems
to agree with them!" ? Cleveland
Whfrf Ijcnnrancr In Illliia.
Miss Inez Sentz ? It's true l'in en
gaged to Mr. Kounders. The other
night he told me 1 was the only girl
he ever loved, and ?
Miss Truster ? Where's the ring?
Didn't he give you one?
"O! yes, the very next day, but I sent
it back to the jeweler to be fixed. The
stupid engraver made the inscription:
'Jack to Gwendoline' instead of 'Inez.' **
? Philadelphia I'ress
IIENRY F. KOCII
Agent for Columbia Faran Wagons
222 New Brunswick Avenue.
Huocessor to D. MoFarland.
Move Furniture Carefully
and at Reasonable Cast
22 Kins (Street.
Foley's Honey Tar
chilrlr^n smfe suro \n n.nin>/M
E. J. FLANAGAN,
AGENT FOR THE
Conn. Fire Insurance Co
of Hartford, Conn.
Phoenix Insurance Co
of Hartford, and
Equitable Life Ins. Co.
of New York City.
S/jringfield Fire Marine
of Springfield, Mass.
Brown '8 Buildihg.
WOODBRIDGE, - N. J
??? tfe# (Move fatal a! afl
ar money nd?<i Conimkm
rtmtdis* Kcofniitd by soot
osnt physicians as fh? best km
fOd&ty ind trouUa*
mi r* ? *M?
Unilders and Contractors Directory
CHRISTENSEN & FEDDERSEN
Masons and Contractors
Office: 1 88 Madison Ave.
Tel. 67b Perth Amboy, N. J.
Carpenter and Builder.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
170 Reotor street, Perth Amboy, N. i.
WALL PAPERS NffERE CHEAPER I
We call with samples, suit all In price and
do PERFECT WORK, which means?
1st, Paper must tx? perfectly CLEAN. 2nd.
MATCHED. 3rd. PLUMB. 4th. SEAMS must
not show. 6vh. Should be done quickly, and 6th,
NkVEB PEEL OFF.
N. "??per Hanging Co.
136 RECTOR ST. Tel. 47 F.
J. H. TYRRELL
i FINE TEAMS AND
Carting to ALL PARTS of the CITY
Resideuoe and Office; 30 Commerce St
Tel. Call M.
Sand, Grvel, Brick, Flue Linings and
Sewer Pipe Furnished.
120 So. Second St. 170 Brighton Ave.
LUNO & CHRISTENSEN
Carpenters and Builders
Office and Shop: 6 East Avenue.
Estimate* furnished. Jobbiug attended to
Carpenter and Builder. Oak St
Alterations and Jobbing attended to.
GRAHAM & M'KEON
EXCAVATING, 6RADIN6, ETC.
Sand, Qravel, Broken Stone, Carting, Etc
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
Plana aud specification* furnished on nppll
calon. Jobbing liven prompt at entlon.
Estimates cheerfully furnished.
112 Reotor St. Perth Amboy
Carpenter Jobbing, Steam Sawing, Turning,
Scroll and all Mill Work.
Shop aud Offioe; 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 Paintipg, Paper Hauging, Interior
Decorating. 238 Washington St
JENS K. JENSEN
OFFICE; P. CMBUILDLnIB
Remdenoe; 250 Washington
Perth Amboy, J
F. J. LARKIN
Plumbing & Gas Fitting
Steam, Hot Water and Hot Air Heating
Dealer In Stovea, Bangei and Heater
Repairing of all kin t u utile/
367 State street, Perth Amboy, N. J
THE FARRINGTON CO.
Successors to Partington A Eunyon Oo
LUMBER, LIME, LATH,
All kinds of Building Material
OQoe. 116 Fayette street Perth Amboy, H. j .
E. 0. CARLSON, ?-J
Painter 4 Paperhanger
obb'ne; promptly ttented to 157 Oordos H?
C. W. WINBERG
Painter and Paper Hangar
142 Brighton Ave.
Established in 1o>80.
W. J. DONNELL
Wholesale and Botall Dealer in
Lumber, Lath, Cement, Doors, Sashes,
Blinds, Mouldings, Builder's Hardwire,
Hair aud Nails.
Office and Yard; Je.Te son St.A C. B. B. of N. J.
P. rth Amboy, iN. J.
PETERSEN & JACOBSEN
Carpenters and Builders
Baroiay St. Perth Amboy
JOHN H. DAYTON
56 Market Street
Painter and Paper Hanger
125 Brighton Ave.
LEO DRESSLER '
Carpenter and Builder
Jobbing promptly attended to. East At.
P. SKOV & CO.
Artificial Stone and Cement Work*
Office: 108 Fulton St., New York City
A. SMITH, Mason and Builder
Estimates Cheerfully given.
34 Catherine St., nr. Hall Ave. Perth Ambo
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