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1 ROCHELLE AT IRVINGTON.
j ? Played a Steady Game and His Team Won by Score 5 to I. Roclielle pitched for Irvington. in the game against the Pacific A. O. at Irvington Saturday afternoon. Irvington won with a score of 6 to 1. Rochello allowed no man to walk and struck out five. The Pacifics got six hits. The Newark Sunday News says: "Roohello pitchod a steady and effec tive gamo. " BURCHELL IN GOOD FORM. Pitched Excellent Game for Baltimore in Match With Toronto Saturday. In the fLst game between Baltimore and Toronto played at Baltimore Sat urday, Burchell pitohed for the home team and brought out a victory for his team with a score of 2 to 1. In the accdunt of the game given in the Newark Sunday News is the follow ing: "Baltimore fielded well, and this, with the excellent pitchiug of Bur chell, won the first game." Burohell was liit but twico during the game. Ho allowed four men to walk. WON FROM TOTTENVILLE. The St. Aloysius Cadets baseball team had it out with the Tottenville second team 4th of July afternoon when the cadets defeated them by a score of 19 to 6. The battery for the cadets was Mullins and Bird. The Tottenville battery was Smith, Mo Oovern and Bird. VICTORY FOR EMERALDS. The Emerald baseball team wont to Bovnton Beach July 4th where they defeated the Delta baseball team by a score of 6 to 4. The Emeralds, who eomo from North Amboy, are one of the best amateur baseball teams to be found around that district. They have lost very few games bo far this year. The battery for the Emeralds was Eile and Jones. KEYPORT WON. ?The Monarch baseball team was de feated yestorday afternoon at Keyport by the Keyport basoball team. The score was 8 to 6. The Monarch bat tery was Keating and Smith. MOHAWKS WANT GAMES. Would Like a Match With any Team in Town Excepting Marions. The lifohawks would like to meet any team in town, excepting the Mar ions. They wonld particularly like to hoar from the Deltas, Alpinos or Riversides. The linenp of the Mo hawks is as follows: N. Rose, of; W. Lehman, If; R. Keller, p; W. Smith, lb; I. Fori son, 3b; O. Hookor, c ; E. Keller, rf ; J. Lehman, ss ; H. Keller, 2b. Frank A. Lakowski, manager, 94 Penn street. DELTAS WEftE THE VICTORS The Riverside baseball team was defeated Saturday morning by the Deltas, the score being 12 to 11. The gamo was nlayed on the Raritan Cop per Works diamond. The Riversides pat up a brave fight, but they did not have all of their own players and were unable to keep up the Riversides reoord. The battery for the River sides was Henry Kress and James Ward. Both of theso players were at their best. BASEBALL NOTES. On Saturday the North Ends played two games with the Ingersolls at Phillipsburg. In the first the Ingor solls won with a score of 8 to 6 and in the socond the North Ends won with a score of 1 to 4. At Madison on Saturday Chatham defeated the home team with a score of 3 to 2. In the game between the Orange A. O. and Irvington, Saturday, Orange won with a score of 6 to 1. Thu Star A. C. of Nowark. was shut out by High Bridge Saturday. Scoro 10 to 0. Millburn boat Sacred Heart Saturday with a score of 12 to^9. At Fleisohmann's the Murray Hills defeated the Mountain A. C. by a score of 8 to 7. Philadelphia Giants defeated Ho boken yesterday with a score of 3 to 0. Murray Hills defeated Poughkeepsie yesterday. Score 6 to 3. DELTAS DEFEATED. The Sayreville baseball team de feated the Delta basbeall team of this city at Sayreville Sunday afternoon by a soyre of 8 to 2. THEODORE BLOODSOOD BOWLING ALLEY Billiard and Pool Parlor ClfiARb AND TOBACCO 42 Smith Street Perth Anboy. N. I. SPORTinG GOODS. D. V. RUSH'S 383 State Street, ' I " " RARIT AN CAFE ] E BOWLING BILLIARDS ; JJ B2-1B4 Smith St Perth Amboy 1 - JAMES KIRBY, Prop. In tho Swim. Tho' moths have spoiled my picnic suit; My Oxford ties not up to par; I'll still remain a gay galoot? I have my last year's Panama. ? N. Y. Times. LEAVE IT TO HIM. "If Frank should ask me for a kiss, I don't beliove I could hold my head up." "Don't you worry about that. Frank will hold it up for you if ho knows his business." ? Chicago Chroniclc. The Idol of the Heart. I Jchnnie ? I see by the papers that diamonds are going- to be much dearer. Flossie ? They could never be dearer' to me. ? Town Topics. No Option Adnilanible, Jill ? Why do so many little men mar ry big women? Jack? OhI The big women marry the little men.? Puck. v THE RUSSIAN SUCCESSION. New Lair Contemplated by the Cnr Which Will DlMpleame the Princes. It is reported that the czar intend*, should his next child be a daughter, to publish a new law of succession, under which, on a failure of sons, the eldest daughter of the reigning sovereign would, as in England, succeed to the throne. The decree will, it is said, greatly irritate the princes of the im | perial house, who will thus be pushed I back or superseded; but there can ba ; no doubt that it is within the preroga j tive of the czars, who have repeatedly ' decreed rules of succession, reports the London Spectator. The new scheme i?, moreover, in full accord ance with the history of Russia, where women have ?o often reigned, and there is no reason to believe that it i would be unpopular. The arrangement seems to Englishmen the one most in' accordance with the principles of he reditary monarchy, the Salic laws in volving the risk that a dynasty may perish. Male heirs have never been wanting in France; but they failed in Austria when Maria Theresa mount ed the throne, and they have failed en tirely in our own time in Holland. It is quite possible that the consent of the next heir has been obtained, as he is in ill health, and his chance of sur viving his brother is but a doubtful one. ( AMERICA AND SIBERIA. Exploration* by Muaenm of \ntnral History Productive of Some Interesting: Heaulta. The Jesup expedition, sent out by the American museum of natural his tory to investigate the native tribes of northewestern America and north eastern Asia, has completed its field work and collected some 20,000 speci mens of-household articles, dress, or naments, tools and weapons, suah as have never before been exhibited. The explorations extended from the Co lumbia river around the North Paeiflo coast to the Amur river In Asia. Close similarities were found in the customs, dress, implements, folk lore and other characteristics of the American and Siberian tribes, pointing, it is thought, to the common origin of these people at some remote past time. The most numerous of the Siberian races areth? Yakut*, numbering about 270,000 indi viduals. Btid dwelling in and around the Lena River valley. Their territory Includes about one-third of Siberia. Many of them have amassed wealth in the fur trade, and their silversmiths are noted for skill. Yakut belles fre quently possess costumes of furs, orna mented with silver, worth $1,000. ALL ON FIRE. This LadyTells Hew Relief Came* Ever havo Eczema? 1 Have anv itching skin disease? Itching almost drives you crazy ; You feel "all on fire." Doan's Ointment brings quick relief ; Cures Eczema, Itching piles, And all itchiness of the skin. Mrs. E. P. Hennison, of 414 Warren street, Paterson, N. J., says: It took me a long time to find out the best ointment in the world, but at last I discovered it. I had sores on my arms which itched so that I could not keep from scratching them. One day I went to a drug store and got a bos of Doan's Ointment. I began to use it on my arms and in a short time the soies were all as well as ever, no marks of the aftliotion remaining whatever. I now keep Doan's Oint ment in the house all the time, and alwavs recommend it whenever I hear of anyone suffering in such a manner as to need this remedy. " Just such emphatic endorsement can be had right here in Perth Amboy. Drop into G. W. Parisen's drug store and ask what his customers report. Sold for 50 oents a box. Foster - Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. , sole agents for the United States. Remember the name? Doan's? and take no substitute. BRITAIN'S POSTAL BANKS. Their Amrtii Are Lew* Thnn Thetr DepoaltH, Rut No I'neanlneaa In Felt. The fact is odd, says the New York World. The post office savings banks of Great Britain are technically insol vent. Their deposits at the end of the year were $700,000,000. their assets only about $670,000,000. Nobody worries about a little thing like that; the gov ernment is responsible. Of course the discrepancy rose from the high prices the department was forced to pay for national bonds before the Boer war. The lowering of the rate of interest allowed is an obvious cure. The postal banks were authorized in 1881 and near ly $10,000,000 was deposited the first year. Some later developments are curious. By the "slip" system a sum so small as two cents can be deposited. Deposits can be withdrawn by tele graph. School savings banks are iec nized, but are not very successful, ow ing to the superior attractions of sweets as a medium of investment. A feature of the postal banks is that, through their agency, depositors can buy small fractional portions of gov ernment bonds. EDWARD'S PRIVATE BAND. Dlaaolntlon of the Historic Institu tion Throngh the Playing of Ritnrtlme. King Edward has given orders for the dlsbandment of his private band, one of the ancient features of his court. In its present form it was es tablished by Charles II., and some authorities assert that a "state" band existed in the days of Queen Eliza beth. It is composed of 34 musi cians, under the direction of Sir Walter Parratt, "master of the mu sick." Its members are the best that can be secured in England, and this is the real cause of its dissolution. Unlike his mother, King Edward does not care much for state concerts by his own musicians, and since his ac cession the duties of the band have been confined chiefly to the playing of light music, including ragtime, during royal dinners. This they re gard as undignified, and the king re gards as extravagant. The same music can be played as well by fewer and less notable musicians. There fore another ancient institution has been done away with. Fortune from Celery. There is a merchant in New Vork who has made a fortune by the sale of celery. For 20 years he has handled nothing else. In season he buys it in carload lots. Out of sea son he keeps lnrge quantities frozen in ice, for which he obtains big prices. The celery comes out as brit tle as glass. Nothlntr In a Name. A farmer had a cow he called Zephyr, Because she seemed an amiable heifer; But one day he drew near And she klckefl off his ear Now the old man Is a trifle dephyr. ? Chicago Dally News. THE SPIRIT OF COMMERCE!. Small Boy (to village doctor) ? There's a wery bad case- o' measles ic 1 our fambly, doctor. How much will y' t gimme to spread 'era all over the will ' *ge?- " 'V* Sloper. WHY NOT USE PURE WATER? EDatcfyung Hatural Spying tDatcr Unequaled for Softness and Purity, being slightly Alkaline. It is recommended for all Blood, Kidney, Liver, Gout and Rheumatic disorders, or for general use as a Table Water. One Dollar a Case of Six one-gallon Bottles Keasbey & Barnekov, Leading Druggists 335 STATE STREET. BANNER SALVE is the most healing salve in the world. It cures Sores, Cuts, Burns and all Skin Diseases. II positively Cures Piles S. Kingsbaker, 80 East Ohio Street Chicago, writes: "I had a bad case or Piles tor several years. BANNER SALVE cured me quickly and permanently after several doctors and remedies had failed to relieve me." GUARANTEED. Price 25 Oent* PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD HtIicmIuI* I11 elhfl, June 27. I'M 3 ? o ;?c o ? ? ? OCC CDt-t- t- l-t-OL 8 ? OOOOO ?-?*-? r4?~? 3 O i??3)00000 I 5 ;8?:ss5ggi? o ? ? ? O t? ? t , t? t-- 1~~ oo 8 >Q ' id iQiC tOtQittU tO ? :=5S?5SSSS ?o ? in m m tn co co co co :8?C;S8?SSS? 3 ? OWCOi-aOWOf ? c./63COTfiiO-? <fNOocc 0??00H^rii iSSSS&SSiS jWOOOOOOrtH S :SSfc;SS8S82 ?'??3)??0>00 ?t-c-t-ooaoaoaoc. d 3 ;5ESSS5?8 (- : t- act ODOOODQOqs s :assa?s8s 8 :23S8S8SS8 I eo ^ rc -C t~ t- I- t :?< ?? : k? i : ?>. J i*3| I^S &s-H AC ;S I Lj ?S -0* * . ? : ? z. BSSSSSgS; :e odaoioceso *r ssssssilfi" ?tuoifikmnoto S8?SSSgg :f Or^Or^r^r^*-*!^ ?' r S9S8SSSW1 o?osoo?oc o ? jfs^sefg'ag"' t- QO t- 00 00 CO OS a OJ ? >1 ?SSS2SSS :? 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Wojdbridge 7.30 am South Jersey way Mail 8 00am Fords and Keasbey S.20a in New York and Northern Way 9 30 a in Kahway, direct 12.00 a ra South jersey Way 12.80 p in Wood ridge direct 1 80 New York and Northern Way 2.80 pm New Y?rk and Northern Way 5.W) ir South Jersey Way 5.80 p n> Hroj lyn, Penn yivaniaand N. Jersey ? .80 p Railway, Uir,ct . 6.80 pm Korjs and J easbey 6.45 p m Malls Close. Kahway and Woodbridge 7 15 a m New York and Northern Way 7 80 in South Jersey Way 9 00.1 in New York an-i Eastern States 9 80a m Fords and Keasbey 9. JO a m New York and Northern W iy. 11.80 am ltahwa . and Woodbridge 18. <0 am South Jersey Way 2,00 p m New York and Northern Way 4,80 p m South Jersey Way 4.80 p m Kahway and Woodbridge 4.30pm Fords and Keasbey 7 00 p m All points 7.00 p til Money Order department opens at 7 a m closea at 6.45 pm (Saturday at 6.80 p in G*o. H. Tic*. P. M. FIRE ALARM BOXES. 28 Knritan Copper Works 86 High and Lewis ?il Madison ave and Paterson st 28 Market and First sts. 85 Smith and High st 87 State and Smith sts 48 Buckingham ave and Hartr 45 Commerce and Front sts 47 High and Washington str 54 State st and Buckingham ave 56 Hall ave and Charles st a? Railroad ave and Wayne st 62 Washington and First sts 6 > Turnpike and Elm st 64 Smith St and Watson ave 65 Commerce and State sta 72 Front and Hmiih sts 73 Water and Gordon sts 74 Kearny ave and Gordon st 82 Smith and Herbert St 83 Woodbridge road and Washington it 84 l.ehigh ave and Stanford st To s?nd in an alarm, open the door of the box and pull down the lever and let go once only. Stay at box until ilremen arrive. SFKCIAL OALIS. 1 tap? Break in circuit. 8 taps Drill and Are alarm test. Hydrant at corner of Jefferson and High street al ways to be used for this trial S taps Fire out. 5 taps-Police call. 12? Call for Lincoln Hose 13-Call for Washington Hose. 14 ? Hall for McClellan Hose 15- Call for Pro tection H. and L. F0LEYS H0NEYHCAR Ooidst Pnmtr Pneumnnla HENRY F. KOCH Agent for Columbia Fare Wagons and Carriages. 222 New Brunswick Avenue. GARDEIX BROS., Successor to D. McF&rland. Move Furniture Carefully aBd at Reasonable Cast 22 It In or wtroet. One W ay to Ac-quire Prominence. "This Mr. Muggins is one of your prominent men, I suppose." "O, yes." "What did he ever do?" "Nothing at all. You see, he has al ways kept in the background when anything was to be done, so that he could criticise those who did it. That's what made him so prominent as a citi zen." ? Stray Stories. Staten Island Rapid Transit R. R. Time Table in effect on and after May 17 19C3 Perth Amloy to New York ?Leave foot of t-.mith St. daily except Sundays and' Legal H. Iidav 5 15, 6 12 ft. 58, 7.35, 7 35, 8 05, 8 5: 9 55,10 55, and U 55 am. 12 55.1 55 2.E0, 8.55 4 8) 5 30, 8.47, 7.55, 8.55, 9.55, 11.20 P/M, Sundays and Legal Holidays 6/ 5 7.55, 8/0, 9.25, '0.05. 10.55 1.55 A. M. 12 55, I.55,2.55, 8.55, 4.55, 5 35, G.[5, 6.55, 7.8', 8 : 5,9. 15, 10.20, P M. Ne a' York to Perth Amboy: ?Leave foot of Whitehall St. dail> except Sunday and Legal Holidays, 15. 5,0.50.8 00,9.00. 1U.00, 11.00a.m. 12.U0 1. II 1 3 , 2 80, 3.30, 4 30. 5.10. 6.30 5.45, 0.35, 7.30, 8.80, 10.00, 11. (ft *12.25. Sundays and Legal Holida s. Leave New York 6 05 8.00, 9 0. 9.3), 10.23, 11.00, 12 i'0,a.m l.i'O. *.(0,3K,4.00, 5.00, 6.0., 0.35, 7.15, 7.55, 8.S5, 9 85, 10.30, 11. <5, p ra. Firry between Perth Amboy and Tottenville? leave Perth Araboy dai y X.VJ5, x6 12, 6.32, xO.5.", X7.35, X8 05. X8.55. X '.55, 10.25, xlO.55 ill, 55 a m. xl'2 55, xl.55, 2"2u, x2f0, x3.55, x4.80, x5 8 \ 6.00, xb 47,7 25, x7.55,x8 S5, x9.55, 10.4 J xll.20,p. m. 12.40a.m. 8undays*nd Le al Holidays * 6.15,' X6 55. X7.55, X8.50, x J.2 i, Xl .05, 10.30, xl0.55. x 11.55. a. m. xlS.55, xl.55, x2.55,x 3 55, X4.55, x5.35.x6 15, xo.55 x7/5. XI. 15, x9.15, 9.35, xl0.30. 11, 20, p.m. 12.15,a. m. I eave To.tenville dally xl. So, 5.55, 6 22, 6.42 X7.10 7.50 X8.15, x9.10, xlO.05, 10.40, Xll.05 a. m xl2Q5, xl (5 x2.05, Tl 35, x3.40, 4.10, x4.40, x5 4 1. X6.18, X6.55, x-7.40, x8.4 ', X9.40. 10 20, xll.10, p in. xl2 15. x'.30 A. M. Sundays ai d Legal Holidays *6 26, x7.15, 8 20, X9.05. 9,t0. xio.15, X10.46, xll.85. a.m. xli.15, xl.l5,x 2.15, X3.15. x 4.10 x>.10, 5.55. x6.20 x7.10x7.59 xS.3 >, X9.22, x9 50, xlO.45, xll,40 p. "i xl .4 i.p ni xl2.55,a.m. ?Legal holidays only xTrain Connect on. I VAN SMITH, P. H. CA881DY, Revolver n ' I Traffic Agent. t,i?HJLttJi V Aiilt J? Y KAAL.KOAU Time Tttile in effect June 82, 1908 Stations Id New York, fool ol Cortlsndt, Det broesee ana W u8t 23rd streets, Penna . K. Ferries, Tea ins Lbavb Stat* Strmt Station. fob new yoke. 8.1C, 8.00 am 4.2) p.m. l.3o p.m. daily connects ?u- nay train for Bound Brook, Maucb Chunk Weatherly, Hazelton PuttsvlUe and intermedi ate pointa. FOB BOUTH PLAIN FIELD. H.10, 8.00, am. 1.80,4.20, p. m. nrdays 8.03 a. aa 1.30. 6.15 p. m: FOB OTHEK POINTS 8.'0a. m.. Dully Connect with express train lor Euston, Bethleliam. Allentown^ Pottsville Buffn'o. iiaer?fs F-.iih and Chicago. Parlor Car New York to Buffalo, week days only, connects wilh local train for all points east of Mauch Chunk. ? 20 ?>. m. Dally Except Sunday Express foi tor Wilkes Bai re, Scrujiton, Hazelton, and principal tt leritiefllate stations. 6.15 p. uj. Sundays only Through train tor Bufftlo. Niagara (alls, Suspension Bridge and Chicago, connects for New. York, TRAINS LEAVE SOUTH PLAIN FIELD FOB PERTH AMBOY 9. 1 il, a. ir. 8.45, 5.00, 7.50, p. m. Sundays: 10.35 a. m., 5.C0, 7.50 n. m. Trains arrive Perth A.uibrv _y.30 a. m., 8.104.05, 5.a> 8.10 p. m. Sun day, 10.57 a. m., 5.25, 8.10 p. m. Tickets sold to all western Points. For further information apply to tlcke asrent.p READING SYSTEM NEW JEESEY CENTBAL Corrected to May 17 1903 TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMB0Y For New York, Newark and Elizabeth 11.00 Thursdays & Saturdays to New York (only) 6 35, 7 17, 7.45. New York (only) 7.58 '.59 9 51, 11.18. a. m., 11 .59 12.09 I 10, 3 22 4 50, 5 !)9. 6 20, 7 45, 8 09, 0 55, p. m. aunrtayb, 3 00, b 37, a. m 5 29, 9 4", p.m. For Pbllaueiphia and Trenton via Rnu d Brook, 7 17, 8.59, 11 18. 11.59 a m 1 10, 5 09 p. m 3 ai days, 8 37 a. m 529 p. m. For Long Brunch, ocean Orove. etc. 5.07, 9 20, a. m. 12.22, 2 27, 3 8S, 4 41 5 15, 6 33, Bed Hank (only) 719,(12.36 Wednesdays and Sun days only# ii. m Sundays ? 56, a. m. 4 54 p. m. For Freehold, 5 07, 9 20 a. tn., 12.2a 2 27, 5.15 p. m. Additional trains for Red Bank 5 15 p m. ?.'C! P. M. For South Amboy 7 II, 9 20 a. in. 22 , 3 36, 4 41 p m. 5 15, 6.52 9.29. through tickets to all points at lowest rata* may iie uad on application In advance to lb' ticket agent at the station. W G. Bisi.br, Vic?-Pre8. & General Manager O. M ft or- , General Passenger Agent. RARITAN TRACTION CO. Time Tab!o jn Efl'eot Sept. 15, 1903. Cars leave Metuchea for Perth Anboy and all points East to Boynton Ilea, h at 5 and 35 rnlnu ies at each hour from 6 a m. to 8.36 p. m? and from ? 36 to 11.35 p. in. at 36 minutes past the i. our Cars leive Keasboy School for Metuchen at 5 and 35 minute* past each Hour from 6 a. m o 8.91' p m and every hour from 8 to 1.3 p.m. (.Jars leav Kca<bey for all points East every i5 minutee Car' ie^vet Bridge at Wood bridge Creek for Ke&sbev at font of Smith Street every 30 minu tee rrom 6.15 a. m, to 11.4^ p. m. Cars leave Bridge at Wood brlil ge Creek for Metuchen on the even hour and half hour from 6 a m. to 7 30 p. in. and on the half hour only from 7.90 to 11 p. m. Cars leave Staten Island Ferry for Metuchen and Keasbey Sohool at 18 and 48 minutes past each hour irom 6a. m. to 8 p m. and fcom 8 to 1 p. m. at 48 minutes only and for &easbey at foot of Smith Street at 3 and 33 minutes past the hour. Cars leave Stalen Island Ferry for Br.dge at Wuodbridge Creek at 11, 26, 41 and 56 minutes paat each hour from 6 a. m. to 11 p. m. WM. G. BOCK, Builders and Con tractors Directory. CHRISTENSEN 4 FEDDERSEN Masons and Contractors Office: 1 88 Madison Ave. Tel. 67b Pwrth Amboy, N. J. JOHN OBUCH, t Carpenter and Builder. Jobbing promptly attended to. 170 Rector street, Perth Amboy, N. J. J. H. TYRRELL FINE TEAMS AND COACHES FOR WEDDINGS, FUNERALS, Etc. A SPECIALTY Carting to ALL PARTS of the CITY KesideDce and Offiee; 30 Caaiawrea St Tel. Call 34. Sand, Grvel, Brick, Flue Linings and Sewer Pipe Furnished. 25 Wood bridge Road. 170 Brighton At*. LUND L CHRISTENSEN Carpenters and Bnilfera Office and Shop: 0 East Avenue. Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended to CHRIS RASMUSSEN Carpenter and Ballder. Oak St Alterations aud Jobbing attended to. 6RAHAM fc M'KEON General Contractors EXCAVATING, GRADING, ETC. Sand, Gravel, Broken Stone, Carting, Eta 244 Smith St 225 New Braaawtok Ave. A. K. JENSEN, Successor to J . K Jensen. Mason and Contractor 221 Washington St. AXEL WICKSTROM carpenter Jobbing, Steam Sawing, Turning, Scroll and all Mill Work. Shop and Offioe; 178 Madison Avenue f F. X. URBANSK! t House Paintipg, Paper Hanging, Interior Deooratinsr. 238 WaaKlaftM St JENS K. JENSEN ARCHITECT OFFICE; P. p. BUfLl5lNG Residenoe; 250 Washington St Perth Amboy, N. J. F. J. LARKIN Plumbing * Gas Fitting Steam, Hot Water and Hot Air Heating Dealer in Stores, Range* and Heater Repairing of all kin i jpjjfaltf . 357 State street, Perth Amboy, N. J THE FARRINGTON CO. Successors to Farrington ft Rnnyoa Oo LUMBER, LIME, LATH, MILLWORK, HARDWARE Ail kinds of Building Material Offloe, 188 Fayette street Perth Ambor> H. J E. 0. CARLSOM, J Painter 4 Papertianger obblng promptly ttented to 167 Gordon Bi C. W. WINBERG Painter and Paper Hanger 14 a Brighton Ave. Established in ")80. W. J. DONNELL Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Lumber, Lath, Cement, Doors, Sashes, Blinds, Mouldings, Builder's Hardware, Hair aud Nails. Office and Yard; Jefferson St.ft'C. R. H. of N, J. lVrth Amboy, N. J. PETERSEN fc JACOBSEN Carpenters and Builders Barclay St. Perth Amboy FERDINAND WETTERBER6 Paiutar and Paper Hanger 13b Hi^Hton Ave. p!" skov & or Artificial Stono and Content Works Office: 108 Fulton St., New York City A. SMITH, Mason and Builder Estimates Cheerfully given. M Oa'horlno at., nr. Hall Krn. Perth Ambo R. B. SMITH Saaltary Plumber Tinning aud Sheet Iron Worker, Bteam and Gas Fitter. Jobbing promptly attended to. Shop 28 Hall Ave. Perth Amboy, N. J. I. P. KOYEM CARPENTER and BUILDER Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended tc. 90 New Bruiiswiok Av., Perth Amboy SllOP; 17 KING ST. It Pays to Advertise in the Evening News. FOLE'nl'XlDNlYCURE Make Readiuvsimd Bladder Right /