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GOOD GAME SATURDAY.
Marions Will Cross Bats With the All Cu* bins Who have a^fireat Reputati n. Baseball enthusiasts are promised j perhaps the best game of the season Saturday wnen the Marions cross bats with the famous All Cubans, i'his team has traveled the country over, playing the fastest nines in the busi ness and have won more than a fair share of the oontests. The reputation of the Marions is what brings them here. Winning three straight since the season opened, the MarionB are anxious not to break their record and the game will be hard fought. Doubtless there will be an unusually large crowd out to see the match. ARRANGING MATCHES. ' H. P. Hansen is out of the oity at present but his manager is busily making arrangements for more wrest ling matches for him. It is now an nounced that Pascal, the Prussian, many come here May S7, and that shortly afterward he mav meet Mo Millan who has quite_a reputation in the ?vest. DELTAS AFTER CRESCENTS. The Delta baseball teams manager, Albert Bram, is trying to make arrangements with Thomas Maher, manager of the Crescents, for a same to be played Sunday afternoon on the Keasbey diamond. Bram claims that he will be able to give the Crescents a good game this year. RIVERSIDES GO TO TOTTENVILLE The Riverside baseball team will go to Tottenville Saturday afternoon where they meet the Tottenville A. C. Kress and Ward will be the River side's battery. The crowd will leave o^ the 1.55 boat. PRACTICING FOR RUTGER S, Local High Sohool Will be Represented at New Brunswick by Relay Team. Next Saturday the Perth Amboy High Sohool Athletic Association will send a relay team pf four students to take part in the Rutgers College meet, at New Brunswick. The follow ing students accompanied by a num ber of their friends, will represent the local sohool : Ramsay Orowell '04 ; Dewitt Garretson, '08; Edward de Monseigle, 'C4; William McOormiok, l '04; Andrew J. Wight, sub., '04. Every day this week the boys are out for practioe and if thev fail to bring home any prizeb it will not be for the want of much work. Ooach Patterson'is taking particular interest in the contest so as to (show the Rut gers boys what a Perth Amboy A. A. team can do. WILL PLAY FRIDAY. On Friday afternoon the first team of the Raritan Copper Works baseball club will cross bats with the Black Diamonds of the Lehigh Valley Coal Docks, on the Cooper Works diamond. Oolyer will do the pitching and Hig gins the catching for the Copper works team. Joseph Larkia, umpire. WANTS A RETURN GAME. Manager A. Smith has this to say about the game between the Emeralds and Mohawks last Sunday : The Emeralds found the Mohawks a hard nut to crack at the last game Dlayed at the Q. W. , Sunday, the score being 18 to 13 in the eleventh inning. The only way the Emeralds ' can claim any game is to plav a re | turn game. The men who have made the largest fortunes in business are those who have been the most extensive adver tisers The Evening News makes a special ty of real estate. THEODORE BLOODSOOD CIGARS AND TOBACCO 42 Smith StrsM Perth Amboy. N. 1. SPORTinS GOODS. ? AT? D. V. RUSH'S 383 Ntate Street [ RARITANCAFE >5 SiSlJNG BILLIARDS ? E2-164 Smith SL Perth Am boy JAMES K.IRBY, Prop. So Xtw Fun Left. The Sunday-school teacher had brought in a new pupil from the street, and she was as proud of him as a hen of a new chick. When the superintend ent came around she boasted of fie lad's intelligehce and of how he seemed to comprehend many things by intui tion. "Now," said she, "I'm certain he never has heard the expression, 'orig inal sin,' but I'm sure he can give a good definition of it; I'll try L-jq. Jimmy, what is original sin?" "Please, ma'am," replied Jimmy, chaking his head sadly, "there ain't no such a thingno more. Everything that i feller can have fun at's been done." ? N. Y. Times. What It Mrant. V "And now," asked the teacher of a Bunday school class in a Maryland j| avenue church, "what does the les ? son' mean when it says 'if your chil ? dren ask bread, will ye give them a I stone?' " 1/ "W'y ? w'y ? w'y ? " excitedly began a bashful and stammering youth in the middle seat. "Yes, yes," encouraged the teach er. "You may go on and tell it, V lieorge." / "W'y ? w'y; it means that s'posen ? > s'posen th' little boy asked his mam ma for some ham and eggs or some thin' good an' she ? gived him some breakfuss food." ? Baltimore Ameri can. Slnetare. / Maj. Pompus ? I am the guardian of my owjj honor, sir. Mr. Itoodman ? Major, I congratu late you. You have a sinecure. ? N. Y. Herald. Defending n Playwright. ^ "But he's a plagiarist!" ^uJ'True; but such an original plagia He borro.vs what nobody, else A ever thought of borrowing." ? Brook lj n Life. In Hitch Life. Mrs. Gramercy? Has she any chil dren? Mrs. Park- -Why, no. She's rich enough to keep dorm -Town Topic*. WIT AND WISDOM. To be perfectly just is an attribute jf the divine nature; to be so to the jtmost of our abilities, is the glory of mall. ? Addison. When you hear a man complain be cause there is "nothing doing" the chances are he's fond of doing noth ing. ? Chicago Daily News. Hope is always liberal, and they that, trust her promises make little scruple of reveling to-day on the profits of to morrow. ? Johnson. His Assumption. ? "Scribbler's such a queer fellow." "Is he?" "Yes. He sent the manuscript of his new book by express and labeled it 'Valuable.'" ? Detroit Free Press. She? -"And what did fiather say when you asked him?" He ? "He said he didn't want any fool in the family^" ?She ? "And he really doesn''t know you at all!" He ? "Except that I want to marry yx>u." ? Boston Transcript. Something in a Name.? Gy^r ? "Spil kins has named his new automobile 'Runabout.' " Myer ? "Queer name, isn't it?" Oyer ? "Yes, but quite ap propriate. It will run about ten min utes between breakdowns." ? Chicago Daily News. "I hear," said the hoss, "that you've been kicking because you've got so much to (Jo." "Well ? er ? yes." replied the clerk, "I did think ? " "Well, we'll have to give you so much more to do that you won't have time to kick." ? Philadelphia Press. Plenty of Her. ? A friend of ours, who ig what is known as a fine wom an, got a servant from a remote country district the other day. One afternoon a lady called at her house and rang the bell. Orinthia Scagback answered the call. "Can Mrs. C. be seen?" the visitor askeid. "Can she be seen?" snickered Orinthia. "Well, I rather think she can. She's six feet high and four feet wide. Gracious! You can't see much of any thing else when she's around!" ? Pick-Me-Up. r W Young Bird ? What an extraordinary development of legs it's got! Old liird ? Of course ? that's why they call it a spring chicken J ? Ally Sloper. A FATAL MISTAKE Is often made by the wisest of Perth Amboy People it's a fatal mistake to neglect back ache. Backache is the first symptom of kidney ills. Serious complications follow. Doan's Kidney Pills cnre them promptly. Don't delay until too late. Until it beoomes diabetes? Bright's disease. Read what a Perth Amboy citizen says : Mr. Alex Qibson, of 294 High street, employed by the Raritan Dry Dock Co., says: . "Iliad lumbago and kidney com plaint for five or six years. ^When I arose mornings I was so lame in my back that it was a difficult matter for me to get about. When I did any work which reqnired much stooping or lifting I always suffered afterwards, or if I sat down for any length of time and attempted to rise I had sharp twinges in my kidneys. I tried a number of remedies that I saw ad vertised and had recommended to me, bnt I got bnt little relief. I read about Doan's Kidney Pills curing others troubled with kidney complaint and I got a box at G. W. Parisen's drusr store. Their use gave me the greatest relief. I could soon go about my work and was not constantly annoyed with backache." Sold for 50 cents a box by all deal ers. Fostfcf-Milburn Co. Buffalo, N. Y. , sole agents for the U. S. Remember the name? Doan's? and take no substitute. A Compliment. "I can't understand why a woman of her age should care for the bind of clothes she affects." "Why, I don't think there's anything radically wrong with her clothes. Of course they might be a little more be coming if she were two or three years youuger, but, you know, we can't all be your age, Mrs. Kazamms. Still, I don't blame you for objecting to it W*rtfe Ufr copies jwur styles so close ly."? 'Chicago IJecord-Herald. ?> Water Free*e? Every Mjtlit. Water freezes every night of the year at Alio Crucero, in Bolivia; while a.t noonday the sun is hot enough to blister the flesh. Traveling Is Dangerous. Constant motion j irs the kidneys which are kept in place iu 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 iu some form. Foley's Kidney Cure strengthens the kidneys and cures all forms of kidney and bladder di sease. Geo. H. Hausan, locomotive engi neer, Lima, O., writes, "Constant vibra tion of the engine caused me a great deal of trouble with my kidneys, and I got no relief until I used Foley's Kidney Cure". Sold at Sextou's Pharmacy. DrnmmiOK I'P Trade. "Sir," began the caller, "1 would like to marry your daughter." "What?" cried old Roxley. "You're a perfect stranger to me; besides she's engaged." "Sir, I did not say 1 wished tobemar ried to your daughler, but to marry her. I'm a clergyman, sir, and I need the' fee." ? Philadelphia Ledger. Will Cure Consumption. A.A.Herreu, Pinch, Ark, writes, "Fo ley's Honey and Tar is the best prepara tion for coughs, colds and lung troubles. I know that it has cured consumption in the first stages." You never heard of any on* using Foley's Honey and Tar and not being satisfied. Sold at Sextou's Phar macy. / PERTH AM BOY POST OFFICE 8CHEDULE. Taking effect May iS, 1908. Opens at 7 A. M. Closes at 7 P. M. Malls Arrive: New Yorlt. Western and Southern 7.00 a m ifahway-Woodbridge ? 80 a ra South Jersey way Mail 8 COa m Fords and Keasbey 8.20 a m New York and Northern Way 9 80 a m Rahway, direct 12.00 am South je ? y Way 12.80 p u. Wood ridge direct 1 80 New York and Northern Way. .. 2.80pm New Y >rk and Northern Way.... 5.(0 n South Jersey Way .... 5.80 d ii Broo lyn, Penn yivania and N. Jersey i .80 p Rahway, dir. ct 6.80 pm Fords and Jeaaoey 6.46 p m Malls Close. Rahway and Woodbrldge. 7 15 am ew ork and v'orttorn Way 7 80?m South Jersey Way . 9 00.ini New Yoi k an ' Eastern States 9 80a m Con sand Keasbev 9..W a m New York and Northern W y 11. Oani Rabwa and Woodbridge- . . 12.0 am South le'sey Way 2,00 p m New York and Northern Wav <,80 p m South Jer ey Way 4 3U p m Rahway and Wooabridge 4.8 p in Fords and aeasbey 7 wl p in AH point* 7.00 pm Uon y Order department opens at 7 a m closes at 0.45 p in Saturday at 6.30 p in Geo, H. Tic?. P. M . ii ? FIRE ALARM BOXES. 28 Riiritan Copper Works 26 High and Lewis .7 Madison ave and Paterson st 2* Market and First sts. ; 5 smith and High st 87 .-tate and Smith sts 48 Buckingham ave and Hartf 45 Commerce and Front sts 47 High and Washington str M state sfanu Buckingham ave 56 hall ave and Charles st al Railroad are an i Wayne at 62 Washiigton and "Mrst sts 6 1 Turnpike and Elm st 64?mith -t and Watson avo 65 Commerce and State sts 72 Front and Smith sis 78 Water :ind Gordon t-ts 74 Kearny ave and Gordon st ?2 Smith and Herbert St KS oodbridgn road and Washington at 84 i t high ave and Stanford at To a nd in an alarm, open the door of the box I and pull down the lever and let go once only.) stay at box until firemen arrive. , SPECIAL CALLS, 1 tap? Break in circuit. 2 taps? Drill and fire alarm test. Hydi ant at corner of Jefferaon and High street always to be used for this trill 8 taps Fire out. 5 taps- Police call. 12? Call for Lincoln Hose 18? Call for Washington Hose. 14? Hall for UcClellan Hose 15? Call for Pro tection H. and L. ro ley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys mad bladder right PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD frhedato In Not. 1 DM ? ?ocot<.Nt*Nt*ooao 8 ISSSJS 8883 rt .Hr4r?M9l0(0?9( ;S?JS5S8858 ? OOSOOrtm-i^ 8 ifeSSSSffiSl 9 ? ?a??ooooo IS :42s35s28i <Q?n <QI0<D<C<0 to 8 :?3S2?S8S :?S$2g5S282 ' c -X) t- t- t~ t- 00 OO ??(P?OiC<P<B<BttN :fcSSS8teS888 8 :?SS8S8?g IWlSissllg 02?00Hf*r?M :S28i;fcS2gS ? 9>OOOOOOr*v-i if :SSfc88388 ? oooi??ia?oo :SiZ8Sa^88 ;t?c-t-?QLaoaoao0>0? :5ZSS8?3S *t-t-Qoaooooaooo? $ :S8S8SS8S ?o '<QN^^t.^aooo S :2SS?888S 888?SS?3 7s oaaiaoeoo ? C S?383S8&;3 + ?J3 tf5 O sO CO 88$:28$:g8 Ti OnOHrtriHO 0)?000?000 I ? N ? ? < ? U ? ; :2 i '" a? : ! :1 ? . ? ' : :5 'ts ?" ?" : s iSa I big : : ;? :< :? lf|ys|e?!P S8SS353SS :S w H H r< ? S8S3S8S :S : ? w >*"* >> ? "* co9)oo?o?oc ssssssas ;s obttttNI-NI* '?? 882SSSSS ":5 >0l0l0?(0?<0? ? 8SS*8*88S *0^>Qtr)?nt0<0ec? 132388535 "5 | 8883Sg88 il r- *- O* ?* 9* ? C slss^lsfs" ^ : i Hlsaaglalf 2?hhhhhh JJ" I ISSewwIss? TO Oi 00 <35 1 ? o n co >a ?O ? - ? CO w 3? ?cotovot* ? t ?00 ? ?*? -?r *? T JJ I ? i ? 5; ; ? M ? ? ? ? ? !JjS2? 6 u ' O * ?13**11! ilh**# ?oj54??Sis<M> "j" Stop* only to take on or let off pHttint tor or from Perth Am boy on notice to Agent o. Conductor. | For further Information see time tablet) Tickets for till points on the Pennsylranli Railroad and connections, Pullman aocom modatlone. Ac., at ticket office, Perth Amboj J. b. HUTCHINSON, General Manager J. R. WOOD.Qen'lFus. Ag't. .EHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD Time Table in effect May 17, 1808. nations In New fork, foot ot Cortlandt, De? broeees and W jSt 23rd streets, Penna. R. < Perries, TRAINS Lbavb Stat* Stbmt Statiob. FOR NJSW YORK. 6.10, 4 25 p. m. l.So p. m. dally connec s| ?iu wav train for Bound Brook, Maucb Chunk | Weatherly, Haselton P ttsvllle aid intermedi ate points. rOR 80UTH PL, AIN FIELD. a.lu. 8.85 a.m. 1..0, 4. iO, p, m. sui days I 8 8 a. u.1.80. 8.16 p. un FOR other POINTS' 8.85 t. m. Daily Connect with express train I for Gaston, Bethlehain Buffalo, Niagara Falls | and Chicago. 4.20 p. m. Dally Except Sunday Express foi tor Wilkes llarre, Scran ton, Hazel ton, and principal <i termed late stations. 8 15 p. Sundays only Through train for A Uentown Pottsville, Buffalo. Niagara Falls, I Suspension bnugc and Chicago, connects for New York. ('RAINS LEAVE SOUTH PLAIN FIEL1 FOR PERTH AMBOY 9.8 1, &. rr. 8.45, 5.00, 7.60, p. m. 8undays. 10.86 a. m., 5.C0, 7 60 m. trains arrive Perth Amtvx a.SOa.m., 8.104.05, 5.26,8.10 p. m. Sun day, 10.57 a. m., 6.25, 8.10 p. m. Tickets sold to all Western Points, For further information apply to tic* Of" 1 1* RKADIHG SYSTEM NEW JEBSEY CENTS AL Corrected to May 17 1903 TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBOY ror New York, Newark and Elizabeth i 8.00 Thursdays & Saturdays to New York (only) 6 86, 7 17, 7.45. New York (only) 7.58 8.59 9 51. 11. lh a. ui., 11 5'J 12.09 i lu, 3 21 ? M, 5 IN, 8 20, 7 4% 8 0>, 9 56, p. ui. ounda>o, 3 UO, 8 87, a. ii< b ?, 9 l , p. m. For Phllau.1 pnln anc '''renton via Rom d Brook, 7 17, 8..' 9, 11 18 11.59 a m 1 10, 5 08 p. m mi days, 8 37 i u 5 29 p.m. For Long Branch, uoe?n '????ove. etc. 5.0T, 9 20, a m. 12.22, 2 27, 8 3\ 4 41 5 16, 6 88, Red tank (only) i id, <18. 36 Wednesday* and Sun days , m Sundays ?66, a. m 4 54 p. m. For Freehold, 5 07, 9 20 a. m., 12.fc2 27, 5.16 p. m. Additional trains for Red Bank 5 15 p. in. ? *? P. M. For South Amhoy 7 II, 9 ?0 a. m. 22 , 8 SO, 4 41 p m. 5 16, 5.58 9.29. tiu-uugn ilcKeta to all polnte st inimimu may be had on application in advance to it ticket agent at the station. W. G, Bulbs, Yice-Pres. A General Manage,. (1, H. Bow , General Passenger Agent. RARITAN TRACTION CO. Time Table in Effect Sept. 15. 1902. Can leave Metuchen for Perth An boy and all point.. Bast to Boynton Bra h at 5 ana 8a minu les pa t each hour from 8 a m. to 8.35 p. m? and from 8 86 10 11.86 p. 111. at 86 minute* pant the hour Cars le ve Kewbey School for Metuchen at 6 and 36 minute, past each nour from 6 a. m o b.SO p m anu every hour from 8 to 1.8 p.m. Cars leav Kuaioey for all poin.s Hast every 16 minutes Car le .vet Bridge at Wood bridge Creek for Keasbev at fojt of 8miih Street every 30 minu ses rrom 6.15 a. m, <oll.4>p. m. Cars leave Bridge at WoodorMge Creek for Metuchen on the even hour and half hour from 6 a m; to 7 30 p. m. am on the hair hour onlv from 7.80 to 11 p. m. Car-i leave Staten Island Ferry for Metuchen an I Keasbey hohool at 18 and 49 minutee past eiich hour irom 6a. m. to 8 p m. and from 8 to 1 p. m. at 48 minuter onl. and for aeasbey at foot of smith Street at 8 ana 88 minutee past the hour. Cars leave Staten Island Feriy for Br dge at Woodbrtdge Creek at 11, a#, 41 and 56 minutes iMSt eacb hour from 6 a. m. to 11 p m. WM. Q. ROCK, Superintendent. Staten Island Rapid Transit R. R. Time Table In effect on and after May Si 1902. Peru Annoy to New York ?Leave foot of Mnilii St. daily excep' ? undays and Legal HUidfcy 5 15, 6 IS 8 58, 7.a.5, 7 35, 8 06. 9 55, 111 26 and j 1.1164 m. Uij, l M 2 55, 3.55 4.18, 6.00, 6.47,7.55, 9.0u .10.80, 11.15 P. M, Sundays and Legal Holidays 6.20,7.56, 8.56, 9.55, -0 5611 r5 A. M. 18 55, 1.56 2.55, 8.56, 4. 0, 5 60 6.50 8 8f , P M. Ne York to Perth Amboy:? L?av- foot of Whitehall vt. dail> except Sunda> and Legal Holidays, 5.M). 6. 5< ,8 00,9.00. 1 UO, 11.00 a. m. 12.30 1.55 2 30,3 25,4 0. 5.10, 5.30 5.46, 6.36 7.30 8 25 9.40, 11.06 *12 25. Sundays and Legal Hollda s. Leave New York. 7.0n, 9 0. 10.00, 11 00 '8 0, a m 1 .0 . S to 8 00, 4. 00. 6.00, 6.0 , 7 00, 8.30, U 4 i p m. F?rry between Perth Auboy and Tott nville loave Perth Amboy da' y *5.15, x6 12, 6.32, *6.58, x7 86, x8 05, x8.5f. t .40, X.0.25 10 56, XI 1.85 a m. 12 45, X12 55 xl.55, x2 56, X8.56, X4 .48, 6 ?, xO.OO, x6 47. 7 86, 7.55, 9.00, 9.56, 10.80 xll.15, 12. Op. m. Sundays 6.80,7.56,8.66, 9.55, 1 .55, 11.55. a. m. 18.5s 1 55, 8.66, 8 50, 4.50, 6.50,6.50 7.30, 8.26, 9.8\ 10 3D. p. m. l eave To tenville daily xl .8\ 5.55, 6 ?8, 6.42 X7.10. 7.60 X8.15, x910, xl ).05 10.40 xll 06 ?. m. X12.06, lv 40 xl.86, x2 86, x8.40, X4.32. 5 . 0, x6 lo, X6.18, X8.55, 7.40, 8.4 , 8 40 , 9.40 10 16, 10.46, p m. 18.10, 1 30 A. M. Sundays;- 7.80, 8 10, 9.80, 10.10, 11 10. a. m 18.10. 1.10. 8.10, 3.10, 4.10 6.10, 6.10, 7.10, 8.10 9 00,9.40, 10 60 p. m. J. VAN SMITH, p. H. CAS81DY. lleoelver Qen'l Traffic Agant. THERE IS LIFE AND STRENGTH IN EVERY DROP OF OUR MEDICINES When We Fill Your Prescriptions ...YOU LIVE... Keasbey & Barnekov, Leading Druggists Old Reliable Piace to Trade 335 STATE STREET IX REDUCED OIRCIMSTANCES. 1 it? I Weary Willie? You'd hardly t'ink it, nia'm, but 1 was oncet grand vizier to de sultan of Toikey. Mrs. Farmer? And what reduced you to this? Weary Willie ? Buyin' bonnets fer me harem, ma'm. ? Louisville Courier .Tournal. Another Babble Ppnciortd. Green? Jones came to me with a great financial scheme a few months ago and offered to let me in on -the ground floor. Brown ? And ./-f course you went in? . "Yes." "How did you come ou-t?" "Didn't come out at all. There were no exits." ? Chicago Daily News. HENRY F. KOCH Agent for Columbia Farm Wagons and Carriages. 232 New Brunswick Avenue. 6ARDELL BROS., Successor to D. MoFarland. Move Furniture Carefully and at Reasonable Cost 22 King Street. Foley* s Honey an j Tar children sure Vo nnlmtea. Builders and Cont CHRISTENSEN & FEDDERSEN Masons and Contractors Office: 1 88 Madison Ave. Tel, 67b Porth Amboy, N. J. JOHN OBUCH, Carpenter and Builder. Jobbing promptly attended to. 170 Rector street, Perth Amboy, N. J. WALL PAPERS N\verk CHEAPER We call with samples, suit all In price and do PERFECT WORK, which means? 1st, Paper must be perfectly CLEAN. 2nd. MATCHED. 8rd. PLUMB. 4th. SEAMS must not show. 5ih. Should be done quickly, and 6th, N&VEK PEEL OFF. N. **. "?"per Hanging Co. 136 RECTOR ST. Tel. 47 F. J. H. TYRRELL FINE TEAMS AND COACHES FOR WEDDINGS, FUNERALS, Etc. A SPECIALTY Carting to ALL PARTS of tho CITY ltesideuoe aud Offioe; 30 Commerce St. Tel. Call 34. Sand, Qrvel, Brick, Flue Linings aud Sewer Pipe Furnished. 130 So. Second St. 170 Brighton Ave. LUND k CHRISTENSEN Carpenters and Builders Offioe aud tihop: C East Avenue. Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended to 'CHRIS RASMUSSEN Carpenter and Builder. Oak St. Alterations aud Jobbing attended to. GRAHAM fc M'KEON General Contractors EXCAVATING, GRADING, ETC. Saud, Oravel, Broken Stone, Carting, Etc 244 Smith St. 225 New Brunswick Ave. PERRINE - BUCKELEW COMPANY F. J. KUE, Manager BUILDING CONTRACTORS Plans and xpeclflcation * furnished on appll cut on. Jobbing siren prompt at'entlon. Est 1 ma 'en cheerfully furnished. 112 Rector St. Perth Amboy AXEL WICKSTROM Carpenter Jobbing, Steam Sawing, Turning, Scroll and all Mil! work. Shop aud Gi&oe; 178 Madison Avenue F. X. URBANSKI " House Paiutipg, Paper Hanging, Interior Decora tins- 238 Washington St. E. J. FLANAGAN, AGENT FOB THI Conn. Fire Insurance Co of Hartford, Conn. Phoenix Insurance Co of Hartford, and Equitable Life Ins. Co* of New York City. ? Springfield Fire $ Marine Insurance Co. of Springfield, Mm Brows's Butldimg. WOODBRIDGB, - N. J 'IE DISEASE! ift the moat fatal ol aS db? or monary nftmdai GooMi mnidlN ricofnlnd by ntnt physicians as the best far Kidney and Bladder trwlhft Advertlge fe ?^8 Ev?niDgN?wa ;ractors Directory JENS K. JENSEN ARCHITECT OFFICE; P. a BUILDING Residenoe; 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 Beatw Repairing of all kin t v 36? State street, Perth Ambojr, N. J . THE FARRIN6T0N CO. Snoceesors to Farrington ft Runyoa Oo LUMBER, LIME, LATH, MILLWORK, HARDWARE All kinds of Building Material Offlee, 188 Fayette street Perth Ambov, N. .1 E. 0. CARLSON, ESSi-.W Painter 4 Paperhanger obb'ng promptly ttented to 157 Gordon Rt C. W. WINBERG Painter and Paper Hanger 142 Brighton Ave. Established in "580. W. J. DONNELL Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Lumber, Lath, Cement, Doers, Sashes, Blinds, Mouldings, Builder's Hardware, Hair aud Nails. Office and Yard; Jeffe'son St.A C. B. B. of N. J. Perth Amboy, N. J. PETERSEN & JACOBSEN Carpenters and Builders Barclay 8t. Perth Amboy FERDINAND WETTERBER6 Painter and Paper Hanger 125 Brighton Ave. P. SKOV fc CO. Artificial Stone and Cement Works Office: 108 Fulton St., New York City A. SMITH, Mason and Builder Estimates Cheerfully given. S4 Catherine at., or. Hall At a. Perth Aartxr R. B. SMITH Saaltary Plunfeer Tinning and Sheet Iron Worker. Steam and Gas Fitter. Jobbing promptly attended to. Shop 28 Hall Ave. Perth Amboy, N. J. J. P. KOYEN CARPENTER and BUILDER Estimates furnished. Jobbiug attended to 90 New Brunswick At., Perth Amboy SHOP; 17 KINO ST.