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DELTAS AND RIVERSIDES
Two leans will Meet for First Time This
Season.
Tomorrow morning the Dolta base
ball team will cross bats with the'
crack Riversides ou the Standard Terra
Ootta works grounds for the first time
this season. This Bhonld prove a very
interesting game as both teams have
been playing great ball this year. The
battery for the Deltas will be Oleson
and Yates while Kress and Ward will
be the Riversides battery.
On Sunday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock
the Deltas will meet the^ Keyport A.
O. baseball team on the Keasbey dia
mond. The Deltas have defeated the
Keyporters two ont of three 'games,
and hope to keep np their good work.
Oleson and Yates will be their battery.
ECHO OF WRESTLINC MATCH.
Everybody was so well pleased with
the wrestling match between Hansen
and Pascal Wednesday night, that the
sports wonld like to see the catch-as
catch-oan go. Pascal looks to be a
powerful fellow and there were some
great holds secured in their battle
Wednesday night. Both men were at
their best and worked hard. Hansen
was the viotor. This settles the
Graeco-Roman style. Catch-as-catch
oan may have different results. Han
sen lias been doing much of his wrest
ling in both styles of late and he
ought to be able to hold his own.
WILL PLAY W00DBRIDGE
The St. Aloysius Cadets baseball
team will meet the All Stars of Wood
bridge, on Boyers field in this city,
Saturday afternoon. The All Stars
are considered a strong team, but the
Cadets are ready for them.
COPPER WORKS BALL TEAM.
Making Arrangments with American Smelt
ing and Refining Company's Team.
Manager Ralph Young, of the Rari
tan Copper Works first team, is now
trying to oomplete the arrangements
for a game to be played with the base
ball team of the American Smelting
& Refining Company tomorrow morn-j
ing on the Ooppor Works diamond. He
has aeceived word from the New Jer
sey Terra Gotta works that they will
be unable to play.
The Copper Works wonld like to
hear from Managers Thomas Maher,
of the Crescents, and Henry JKress,
manager of the Riversides, for games
to be played on the Copper Works
diamond on Wednesday or Saturday
afternoon. Address Ralph Young,
manager, care Raritan Copper Works,
Perth Amboy.
.
HIGHEST SCORES.
As the end of the month draws near
the names are being pat on the board
for prize bowling at the Raritan alleys
on Smith street. The following are
the latest posted: Harry Neal, 220;
H. Oleson, 211; T. Brown, 215; Will
iam Hilker, 204; C. C. Brown, 217;
William Wilhelm, 214; Val. H. Beck,
205; C. A. Fothergill, 210; and John
Qere, 211.
COMMITTEES APPOINTED.
At the special meeting of the Pop
Sociable Clnb, held at the Raritan
Cafe on Smith street last night, a
committee of arrangements and a floor
committee were appointed for the
coming onting of the club, which will
be held on Sunday, June 7, at
Keasbey.
Advertising is the life of trade.
THEODORE BLOODSOOD
Billiard and Pool Parlor
CI8AR& AND TOBACC;
4-2 Smith Street Perth Amboy. N. I.
SP6ii? tuns.
?AT?
D. Y. RUSH'S
383 State Street
I RARITAN CAFE j
? BOWLING BILLIARDS :
? B2-1B4 Smith St Perth Amboy j
? JAMES KIRBY, Prop.
NAPOLEON AMONG ANIMALS.
i
Commnnder of 20,000 Men Who Dally
Pat to Death Thonaanda of
Food Aitlmala.
Imagine a procession of 10,000 cat
tle, marching two by ^ivo, in a line
!15 miles long; let 20.000 sheep follow
them, bleating along 12 miles ot
road; after them drive 16 miles of
hogs, 27,000 strong; then let. 30,000
fowls bring up the renr, clucking and
quacking and gobbling, over a space
of six miles; and in this whole cara
van, stretching for nearly 50 miles
and requiring two days to pass a
given point, you' will see the animals
devoted to death in the packing
houses of Swift <fe Co. in a .Oigie day,
says the Cosmopolitan. Surely a
Buddhist would think that the head
trf that establishment had much to
answer for. Never before in the
world's history was a massacre of
the innocents organized on such a
stupendous scale or with such scien
tific system.
Th# commander of the army of 20,
000 -men e^aged in this work earned
his first penny picking cranberries
in a swamp on Cape Cod more than
50 years ago. It was at Sagamore,
on. that historic peninsula, that a son
was born to the house of Swift on
June 24, 1839. and named Gustavus
Franklin. A few years later, when
the boy was not picking cranberries,
he drove hogs along the cape. It
was like Napoleon exercising his in
fant armies at school.
After Over-indulgence
get your stomach and liver
into proper condition by us
ing this renowned old family
remedy
Beecham's
Pills.
Sold Everywhere? In boxes 10c. and 260.
'HIS FACE SPOILS RAZORS.
a
Philadelphia Ilarlier IIhk a Cnstomer
Whose Skill Is Always
Poll of Grit.
"Did yon see the man who just
went out?" asked an uptown barber
of a customer, as a swarthy individ
ual left the shop, according' to the
Philadelphia Telegraph. "Yes?
Well, he spoils a razor every time I
shave him, and he comes here twice
a week regularly. He is a stonecut
ter, and the grit and dust is so im
bedded in the pores of his face that
it is like drawing a razor over the
side of a stone. I always use the
best tools I have upon him, but they
are not stone-proof, and a dull razor
is the result when his beard is re
moved,
"He Is a customer upon whom I
lose money, and I am glad to say
that he is the only stonecutter who
favors me with his patronage. I
often wonder h?.w it is that he
doesn't winee when the razor strikes
a section of stone that is imbedded
in his face and bounds off. but it is
probably because his skin is so hard
ened that he feels no ill effects."
Football Havoc.
The Maryland Medical Journal pro
duces figures which show that re
turns from 60 colleges covering ten
years of time and including 1,374 sep
arate teams prove the dangerous
character of football. Of the 22,700
men in these teams 654 received in
juries serious enough to prevent col
lege work, the ratio being one for
every 2,840* players. The deaths were
too numerous, but the figure is not
given. The number playing de
creases, but the injuries increase in
Ail ominous manner. Beginning with
0.893 and ending with 1902, the inju
ries ran thus: 40, 46, -fO, 48, 52, 52, 67,
00, 76, 143.
Anheuser-Bush Brewing Ass n.,
Brooklyn, N. Y., .
May 2, 190 J.
MR. JAMES KIR BY,
Perth Amboy, N. J.
Dear Sir: ?
We herewith grant you the exclusive right to draw our An
heuser-Busch St. Louis Litger lieer in your Cafe for a term of
one year from date , and trust that this privilege will be a benefit
to you. Thanking you for- test patronage , we remain,
Very ; \bectfully yours,
ANHEUS1 I n*SCH BOTTLING CO.
A- H- Busch' Mgr
1
DESTROYS SLEEP.
Many Perth Amhoy People Testify
to this
Yon can't sleep at night.
With aches and pains of a bad back,
When you have to get up from urinary
troubles,
All on account of the kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills bring peaceful
slumber;
They cure kidney ills.
Mr. James Lord, the faraouR furniture
dealer of 55 Van Housten St., Paterson,
N.J., *ays: ?
Doan's Kidney Pills cured me of rheuT
matism in the arms, abdomen, and upper
part of my back whi^h doctors and many
other medtcines failed to do, I suffered
severely and was so bad that I could not
get dow,. stairs and part of the time could
not leave ray bed. I ha 1 it for eighteen
months. When I had taken three boxes
my trouble entirely disappeared and J
have had no annoyance from it since. I
have told many about my cure ai;d have
told them that Doan's Kidney Pills were
the only medicine that ever helped me."
Just such emphatic endorsement can
be had rifjht here in Perth Aid boy. Drop
into G. W. Parisen's drug store and ask
him what his customers reporte.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents
a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
_N. Y., solo agents for the Unittd States.
Remember the name-Doan'h-aud take
no substitute.
Chuse-d oy a King,
Emperor Frederick William of Prus
sia sometimes would signify his rejec
tion of what he considered an absurd
petition by drawing: on the margin an
ass' head and ears. One day, a baron
of ancient, patent having complained
of another baron taking precedence
of him, the king wrote on the petition:
"Mere folly; whether a man sits above
or below me, my birth remains the
same."W^ftentimes he would ask peo
ple in tne streets who they were, a
peculiarity which made nervous peo
ple evade the royal presence. One day
when a man saw fhe king approaching
he took to his heels, and ran, but Fred
erick William pursued him in hot
haste, and when he overtook* him
asked: "Why did you run away from
me?" "From fear," answered the
man, whereupon his majesty gave him
a heavy thwack with his cane, and
said that he "wished himself to be
loved, not to be feared." ? Chicago
Daily News.
Bacon in His Steamer Trunk.
"What do you think of shipping a
couple of sides of bacon to Germany
in a steamer trunk?" asked a grocer.
"A customer whose people live in the.
fatherland came in here the other day
and bought two sides of meat and
gaye us particular orders to have
them carefully done up, as he wanted
to put them in his steamer trunk. He
said his old folks liked American
bacon, and that he always took a
couple of sides as a present to his
people, who live in one of the villages
just back of the Rhine. I have made
shipments of all sorts to European
countries, but I never had another
such order as that." ? N. Y. Press.
To Avoid Abnae,
Don't succeed in life, says an old
proverb, if you would avoid tfftjust
abuse. The loafer has plenty of time
to demote to the industrious man, and
does not hesitate to lie about him. ?
Atchison Globe.
PERTH AM BOY POST OFFICE
SCHEDULE.
Taking effect May 18, 1908.
Opens at 7 A. M. Closes at 7 P. M.
Malls Arrive:
New York. Western and Southern 7.00a m
italiway? Woodbridge 7.80 am
South Jersey way Mall 8 00am
Fords and Keasbey 8.20a m
New York and Northern Way 9 80am
Rahway, direct 12.00 am
South Jersey Way 12.80 p m
Wood ridge direct 1 80
New York and Nortnern Way 2.80 pm
New Y >rk and Northern Way 5.10 m
South Jersey Way .... 5.80 p in
Brooi. lyn, Penn yivaniaand N. Jersey .80 p
Rahway, dir. ct ..... 6.80 p m
Fords and Jeasbey 6.45 p m
Malls Close.
Rahway and Woodbridge 7 IS a m
New ' ork and Northern Way ". .... 7 80 % m
South Jersey Way 9 00. mi
New York ant Eastern States 9 80a m
Fords and Keasbey 9.30 a in
New York and Northern Way 11. 0 a m
Rahwa and Woodbridge 12.' 0 a in
South Jersey Way 2,00 p m
New York and Northern Way 4,80 p m
South Jer ey Way 4 80 p ill
Rahway and Wooobrldge 4.8 p in
Fords and iveasbey .... : 7 00 pin
All points 7.00 pm
Mon y Order department opens at 7 a m closes
at 6.45 p m "Saturday at 6. 80 p m
Geo. H. Tick. P.M.
FIRE .VTkRM BOXES.
28 Ruritan Copper
26 High and Lewis
i.7 Madison avu and Paterson st
2H Market and First sts.
o5 Smith and High st
37 State and Smith sts
48 Buckingham ave and Hartf
45 Commerce and Front sts
47 High and Washington str
54 State st ana Buckingham ave
56 Ball ave and Charles st
57 Railroad ave an"l Wayne st
62 Washington and virst sts
6i Turnpike and Elm st
64 Smith K and Watson ave
65 Commerce and Stale sts
72 Front and Siniih sts
78 Water and Gordon sts
74 Kearny ave and Gordon st
> 2 Smith and Herbert St
B'l oodbridge road and Washington st
84 I chigh ave and Stanford st
To s nd In an alarm, open the doo* of the boi
and pull down the leve r and let go once only.
Stay at box until firemen arrive.
8PKCUL CALLS.
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
taps Fire out. 5 taps- Police call. 12? Call for
Lincoln Hose 18 ? Call for Washington Hose.
14 ? (Jail for McClellan Hose 15? Call for Pro
tection H. and L.
F0LEYS honey^tar
Cures Coidsi Prevent* Pneumonia
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(or or from Forth Amboy on node* to Agent o
Conductor.
For further Information see time-tables
Tickets for all points on the Pennsylvanli
Hall road and connections, Pullman accom
moOatlons. Ac., at ticket office, Perth AmbO)
-T. B. HUTOHINSON, Qeneral Manager,
J. K. WOOD, Gen'lF ass. Ag't.
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LEHIGH VALUES' RAILROAD
Time Table In ofFect May 17, 1803.
itatlona in New York, tout 01 (Jortlandt, U?
broeses and Yi ost 28rd streets, Penna. R.
Perries.
r BAINS LlAV) STAT* BTRBBT STATIOB.
FOE NEW YOBK.
0.10, 4.21 p. m. 1 .80 p. m. dally connec's
*n.i way train for Bound Brook, Uaucb Chunk
Weatherly, Haxelton P< ttsvlllc and interraedi
ale points. ?
roa SOUTH PLAIN FIELD.
ft.10, 8.85, a. m. l.M), 4. 20, p. m. Sat days
8 8"> a. nil.30. 8.15 p. m ?
FOB OTHKB POINTS"
8.85 a. m. Dally Connect with express train
for iiaston, Bethleham. Allentown Pottsville
Buffalo, Niagarn Dalle ana Chicago.
4.20 p. m. Dally Except Sunday Express foi
for Wilkes Barre, Scranton, Hazelton,
and principal intermediate stations.
6.15 p. in. Sundays only Through train loi
Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Suspension Brldgt
and Chicago, connects for New York.
TBA1NS LEAVE SOUTH PLAIN FIELD
FOB PBBTH AMBOY
9.11, a. tt. 8.45, 5.00, 7.50, p. m. Sundays.
10,85 a. m., 5.C0, 7.50 m. Trains arrive Perth
Ambov y.80 a. m., 8.104.05, 5.25, 8.10 p. m. Bun
day, 10.57 a. m., 5.25, 8.10 p. m.
Tickets sold to all Western Points.
For further information apply to tloke
agents.
READING SYSTEM
NEW JEBSEY CENTRAL
Corrected to May 17 1003
TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBOY
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth i
3.00 Thursdays & Saturdays to New v<jrk
(only) 6 85, 7 17, 7.45, New Yol k (only) 7.58 8.59
9 51, 11.18. a. in., 11 59 12.09 . 10, 8 82 1 5u, 5 09,
6 80, 7 45, 8 0\ 9 56, p. in. oundayo, 8 uO, 8 87,
a. m 5 29, 9 4", p.m.
ForPhllau< jpnlaant Trenton via Hon d
Brook, 7 17, 8.69, 11 18. 11.59 a m 1 10, 6 09 p . ni
tui days, 8 ST a. in 5 29 p. in.
For Long Branch, ocean ?+rove. etc. 5.07,
9 20, a. m. 12.22, 2 27, 3 8f>, 4 41 5 15, 6 88, Bed
bank (only) 1 19,(18.86 Weuuesdays and Sun
days oniyi .i ra Sundays 955, a. m. 4 54 p. ?.
For Freehold, 5 07, 9 80 a. ui? 18.11*2 27, 6.15
p. m.
Additional trains for Bed Bank 5 15 p. ra. t.m
P.M. For South Amboy 7 II, 9 20 a. ill. 2 2., 3 36,
4 41 p m. 5 15, 5.52 9.89.
liifou^n uckets to all points at lowest rate*
may be nad on application in advance to tb<
ticket agent at the station.
W, Q. Beblek, Vice-Pres. & General Manager
O. M. bun. , General Passenger Agent.
RARITAN TRACTION CO.
Time Table in Effect Sept. 15, 1908.
Cars leave Metuchen for Perth Anboy and all
points East to Boynton Bea h at 5 and 85 minu
tes pa't each hour from 6 a m. to 8.85 p. m., aud
from 8 85 to 11.3j p. in. at 85 miuutes past the
hour
Cars le >ve Keasbey School for Metuchen at 5
and 35 minnte i past each Hour from lit. m o
8.30 p m and every hour front 8 to 1.8 p. m.
Cars leav Kcatbey tor all points kast every
15 minutes
Oar-i leavet Briilg" at Woodbridge Creek for
Keasbey at foot or Smith Street every 30 minu
tes trom 6.15 a. m, 'o 11.41 p. m.
Care leave Bridge at Wood bridge Creek for
Metuchen on the even hour and half hour from 6
a m. to 7 30 p. in. ana on the half nour only
from 7.80 to 11 p. m.
Cars leave Staten Island Ferry for Metuchen
and Keasbey Sohool at 18 and 48 minutes past
each hour trom 6a. m. to 8 p m. and from 8 to
1 p. m. at 48 minutes onlc and for Keasbey at
foot of Smith Street at 3 and 88 minutes past the
hour.
Cars leave Staten island Ferry for Br dgn at
Woodbridge Creek at 11, 26, 41 and 56 minutes
past eacn hour from 6 a. m . to 11 p.m.
WM. Q. BOCK,
Superintendent.
Staten Island Rapid Transit R. R.
Time Table In effect on and after May 2">, 1908.
Perlii Amtoy to New York ?Leave foot of
Smith St. daily exctp -undaya and; Legal
Holiday 5 15, 6 12 6.58, 7.!i5, 7 85, 8 05, 8 55,
10 *5 and ]1.25a m. 12 55. i 55 2.55, 8.55 4.48,
6.00, 6.47,7.66, 9.0W .10.80, 11.15 P. W,
Sundays and Legal Holiday r
6.80, 7.56, 8.55, 9.55, '.>0.55 II 5 A. M. 18 55, 1.55
2.55, 8.5(5, 4. 0, 5 50, 6.50, 8 85, P. M.
Ne . York to Perth Amboy:? L av? foot of I
Whitehall st. dailj except Sunday and Lt-^al I
Holidays, 5.">0. 6.50,8 00, 9.00, 1 00, 11.00 a. in. I
12.80 1.55 2 80,3 25,4 0. 6.10, 5.3U 5.45, 6.86
7.80 8.25 9.40, 11.06 ?12 26.
Sundays and Legal Holida a.
Leave New York. 7.0n, ?.? 0. 10.00, 11 00 l? ro, a. m
1 .IH, 2 00 8 00,4.00.5.00, 6.0 ,7 00,8.80,9 40 p m,
Ferry between Perth Amboy and Tottenvitfo?
leave Perth Amboy dai V *5.15, x6 1;:, 6.32,
*6.58, x7 85, x8 06, X8.56. MO, x.0,25 10 55,
xll.85 a in. 12 25, xl2 56 xl.55, x2.55, x8.5fi,
X4.48, 5 ?, X6.00, X6.47, 7 26, 7.55, 9.00, 9.66, 10.80
xll.15, 12. Op. m.
Sundays 6.90, 7.66, 8.66, 9.56, 1.55, 11.55. a. m.
12.55, 1.55, 2.55, 8.66, 4.60, 5.50,6.60 7.80, 8.26,
9.25, 10 30. p. m.
Leave To teiville dally xl .8?, 5.55, 6!2, 6.42
X7.10. 7.60 x8.16, X9.10, xlO.OS 10.40 ill 06 a.
m. X12.06, .2 40 xl.86, x2 86, x8.40, X4.82, 6.10,
x5 4o, *#,18, xC.55, 7.40, 8.4 , 8 40, 9.40 10.16,
10.4fi.pm. 12.10,1.80 A.M.
Sunday*;? 7.80, 8 10, 9.80, 10.10, 11,10, a. m
18.10. 1.19. 3.10, 8.10, 4.10. 6.10, 6.10, 7.10, 8.10
9 00, 9.40, 10 60 p. m.
J. VAN SMITH, P. H. CABS1DY,
Hecdvai, Ofln'l Traffic At"
THERE IS LIFE AND STRENGTH IN EVERY
DROP OF OUR MEDICINES
When We Fill Your Prescriptions
...YOU LIVE...
Keasbey & Barnekov,
Old Reliable Piace to Trade
335 STATE STREET
Uaefol Information.
Here is a faniiliaj one: When the
boots become water soaked, fill them
with oats or barley so they will not
shrink in drying-. When very thirsty
and only a small amount of water is
Bt hand, drink it with a spoon or a
canteen. It will do as much good as
when taken in large mouthsful. Boil
putrid water in charcoal before
drinking. Indians purify all waters
by plunging hot irons and rocks into
them. When an Indian is cold he
builds a small fire and huddles over
It; a wJbite man builds a big fire and
rannot get near it. When you wish
to roll up your shirt sleeves do not
turn the cuffs inside out, but turn
them inward or under and they will
remain tucked up without being
touched. When you want to climb a
tree unite the feet with a dampened
towel or raveled rope so that their
distance apart shall be about two
thirds the diameter of the trunk. ?
N. Y. Press.
Settled Him.
Hewitt ? You don't seem to be in the
swim.
Jewett ? My boy. I have owned more
dress suits than you have ever hired.?
N. Y. Times.
Happy Combination.
! Gladys? She l<* ed him for all she was
worth.
Elsie ? And he loved her for all sht
was worth. ? Town Topics.
HENRY F. KOCH
Agent for Columbia Farm Wagons
and Carriages.
222 New Brunswick Avenue.
OARDELL BROS.,
Successor to D. McFarland.
Move Fymlture Carefully
and at Reasonable Cost
j aa Klnar Street.
foleyskidniycure
Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right
ECZEMA
and all Skin Diseases cured by
BANNER SALVE
The most healing salve in the world.
The Doctor Said "Stlok To It."
Geo. L. Heard, of High Tower, Oa.f writ MI
"Eczema broke out on my baby covering hla
entire body. Under treatment of our family
physician he got worse aa he could not sleep
for the burning and itching. We uaed ? boa m
BANNER SALVE on him and by the time It
was gone he waa welt. The doctor seeing It was
curing him said: 'stick to it for it la doing hint
more good than anything I have done for bun.' "
GUARANTEED. Prloe 25 Cento
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.
Springfield Fire $ Marine
Insurance Co.
of Springfield, Mass.
Brown's Building.
WOODBRIDGE, - N. J
Advertise in
Evening News
Builders and Contractors Directory
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CHRISTENSEN & FEDDERSEN
Masons and Contractors
Office: 188 Madison Ave.
Tel. 67b Perth Amboy, N. J.
JOHN OBUCH,
Carpenter and Builder.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
170 Rector street, Perth Amboy. N. J.
WALL PAPERS N\vkue CHEAPER
We call with samples, suit all In price and
do PERFECT WORK, which means ?
Paper must be perfectly CLEAN. Slid.
MATCHED. Srrt PLUMB. 4th. SEAMS must
not show. 5th. Should be done quickly, and 6th,
Nb-VEH PEEL OFF.
N. TT. Poper 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 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.
LUNO & CHRISTENSEN
Carpenters and Builders
Office and Shop: 0 Fast 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, Carting, Etc
244 Smith St. 225 New Brunswick Ave.
PERRINE- BUCKELEW COMPANY
F. J. RUE, Manager
BUILDING CONTRACTORS
Plans and specifications furnished on appli
cation. Jobbing given prompt attention.
Estimates cheerfully furnished.
112 Rector St. Perth Amboy
AXEL WICKSTROM
Carpenter Jobbing, Steam Sawing, Turning,
Scroll and all Mill Work.
Shop and Office; 178 Madison Avenue
F. X. URBANSKI
House Painting, Paper Hanging, Interior
"--gating. 238 Washington St.
JENS K. JENSEN
ARCHITECT
OFFICE; P. O. BUILDING
Residenoe; 250 Washington St.
Perth Amboy, N. J.
F. J. LARKIN
Plumbing A Cas Pitting
Steam, Hot Water and Hot Air Heating
Dealer In Stoves, Range* and Heater
Repairing of all kin * ipijUUy.
867 State street, Perth Amboy, N. J
THE FARRINGTON CO.
Pucceasore to Farrington A Runyon Oo
LUMBER, LIME, LATH,
MILLWORK, HARDWARE
All kinds of Building Material
Ofloe, 188 Fayette street Perth Amboy, H.J.
E. 0. CARLSON, iun=,r J'
Painter & Paperhanger
obb'n? promptly ttented to 157 Qordon flt
C. W. WINBERG
Painter and Paper Hanger
143 Brighton Ave.
Established in * *580.
W. J. DONNELL
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Lumber, Lath, Cement, Doors, Sashes,
Blinds, Mouidings, Builder's Hardware,
Hair aud Nails.
Office and Yard; JeSereon St.&'C. R. R. of N. 3.
Perth Amboy, N. J.
PETERSEN & JACOBSEN
Carpenters and Builders
Barclay St. Perth Amboy
FERDINAND WETTERBERG
Painter and Paper Hanger
125 Brighton Ave.
P. SKOV & CO.
Artificial Stone and Cement Workt
Office: 108 Fulton St., New Y<#rk City
A. SMITH, Mason and Builder
Estimates Cheerfully given.
34 Ga'hurtne at., nr. Hall Ave. Perth Ambo
R. B. SMITH Sanitary Pluafeer
Tinning and Sheet Iron Worker. Steam
and Gas Fitter. Jobbing promptly
attended to.
Shop 28 Hall Ave. Perth Amboy, N. J.
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J. P. KOYEN
CARPENTER and BUILDER
Er Jim, tes furnished. Jobbing attended to
w Bruuswiok Av., Perth Amboy
SHOP; 17 KING ST.
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