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STORE CLOSES TO-DAY AT 6 0 CLOCK.
One More Day of Sensational Values Our sensational offerings of this week out-distance all competition. We have now only our own high stand ard of value-giving to excel. We intend to clear out all odds and ends, broken assortments, and some entire lines, before stock-taking, August 1st. Hundreds of dol lars' worth have been cleared out this week, and we will not hesitate at any sacrifice of cost in order to move what is still left. Some of the Bargain Wonders : WHITE SHIRT WAISTS, worth up to $1.00, while they last 59c. WOMEN'S LAWN DRESSING SACQUES, worth up to 75c, while they last, 39c. WOMEN'S PERCALE] WRAP PERS. | braid trimmed, worth up to $1.25, while they last, 73c. : CHILDREN'S STRAW KATS, various styles, worth 50c, while they last, 29c. INFANTS' LACE CAPS, worth up to 98c, your choice, while they last, ?9c. _ ? '*** : : LACE GLOVES AND SILK I = "??':??? 4 GLOVES,! * all' sizes, 'worth 50c, while they 5 last, 39 c. ????????? ** 1 ?' ? STOCK COLLARS, made of Polka Dot Madras, S worth 25c, while they last, lOc. An odd lot of STAND COVERS AND PILLOW | TOPS, worth up to 50c, while they last, 5 15c. WHITE AND COLORED FINISH ING BRAID, worth 20c, while it lasts, 3c. TRIMMING BRAID, all colors, worth ioe, while it ? lasts, 3c. 5 (REYNOLDS & HANSON 128 and 130 Smith Street PERTH AMBOY.. in llHIIIIII SPECIAL CLEABHG SALE NOW IN PROGRESS. LADIES WAISTS, in dark and light Lawns and Madras, regular price $1.00 and $1.25, clearing price, while they last, at T7 S cts. LADIES' SHIRT WAIST SUITS, in dirk and light Lawns, regu lar price (2.50 and $2.95, clear ing price, while they last, at l.QS. Philip Levine. THE NEW CLOAK STORE, 351 State Street Near Fayette St. Real estate! Real estate! Read he bargains in special column on page 2. ROOMS WITH TABLE BOARD AT THE ISLAND RESTAURANT F. T. BROWN, PROP. 33 SMITH STREET NJEfyu\r Sk WHO I-iKSA LK - RETAI L. STRICTLY FRESH E66S RECEIVED DAILY. Sweet Butter a Specialty Also Fancy Creamery Butter yo T t 'mourted and 'Domestic Cheese ^ Street Coney Island Excursion Steamer QUAKER CITY, SUNDAY, AUG. 2, 1903. Leaving Perth Amboy at 10 30 A. M.K Tickets, 50 Cents. Music and Refreshments on Board. The men who have made the largest fortunes in business are those who have been the most extensive adver tisers MADAM RIVELY. 61 Smith St., Cor. High, PierceAWatson I5dg Hair Dressing. Shampooing. Hcalp treatment corn treatment Manicuring and Massage Skillfully done for I-adles at reasonable prices. Also scalp treatment Manicuring and corn treatment for gentlemen. Out of town engage ments by appointments. GO TO THE . . . Headquarters . . . FOR . . . Optical Goods \ When in need of anything in this line Graduate Optician Of many years' experience always in attendance. Better Attend to Your Eyes at Once. L. KREIELSHEIMER 122 Smith Street, Perth Amboy. STILLWELL & MASON, UNDERTAKERS and EMRALMERS. Ent tihllshetl Everything furnished to oonduct funerals in a first-clans manner. All calls will be answered at the resi dence of Mr. E. B. Walker. 139 Gordon St., Perth Amboy. (Jharuks Modkkatk. PINCH & BENNETT; Painters, Paper Hangers, House and Church Decorators. PAPBR HANGING A SPECIALTY. 12 Centre Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. We most respectfully solicit a share of your favor* and guarantee satisfaction . THSS WEEK ENDS THE JUly SALE OF : Sample Shoes and Oxfords-^ FOR MEN AND WOMEN : It will be a long time -be fore shoe prices will descend to the level of these. Only a few days more in which to pocket the saving. I Women's Shoes? Values up to $2.00, at 98c I Women's Shoes? All $2.50 and $3.00 makes at $169 | Men's Vici Kid, Tan Shoes, Black and Patent Leather Oxfords Values up to $3.00, at . . . $1.69 | Men's and Boys' Canvas Shoes and Oxfords? Rubber soles, while they last, at 39c Greenbaums' Department Store 400 State Stmt JETT-WHITE TRIAL. Stconil Trinl of lli?' Maroum Mnrdef ('???. CYNTHIANA, Ky.. July 30.? At the second trial of Curtis Jett and Thomas White for the murder of James B. Marcum at Jackson, Ky.. fifty-one wit nesses for the commonwealth answer ed to their names. Prosecuting Attor ney T. A. Byrd conducted the common wealth's side of the case. The defense has subpoenaed over a hundred witnesses to impeach those testifying for the commonwealth and prove alibis for Jett and White in the Marcum murder case, and the prose cution has secured many valuable wit nesses that could not be served during the first trial. Officers have arrived from Breathitt county with Samuel Little, who is considered a stronger witness than either B. J. Ewen or John L- Patrick. It is said that Samuel Little not only saw Jett and White just before Mar cum fell and again after the shooting, but also that he witnessed the shoot ing in the courthouse. Little was ar rested by soldiers while in hiding and brought here. PRESIDENT IN CAMP. With HI* Son* und Nephew* H* Sleep* In the Woods. OYSTER BAY, N. Y? July 30.? Ly ing on the bare ground, wrapped in blankets. President Roosevelt and his sons and nephews passed the night on the sandy shores of Huntington bay. The president makes an annual custom of camping out with his boys. The meeting of the societies of the" Holy Name of Brooklyn and Long Is land. which was postponed on account of the death of Pope Leo, will be held here on Sunday, Aug. 9. President Roosevelt will deliver the principal ad dress. Postmaster General and Mrs. Payne will come to Sagamore Hill on a visit to the president and Mrs. Roose velt. Commander >ot to Blame. WASHINGTON. July 30,-The naval board which investigated the recent col lision in Newport harbor between the torpedo boat Winslow and the yacht Clytie has reported that the commander of the torpedo boat was obliged to choose between grounding his vessel or striking the Clytie. Negro Preaelier Shoots Wife. KANSAS CITY, July 30,-Itev. H. D. Hilson, a negro preacher, shot and In stantly killed his wife in a confection ery store in Kansas City, Kan. Hil ton's wife had sued hiin for divorce. REAL ESTATE CHANGES. Mrs. Katherine Geyer has purchased the lot at the corner of High and Washington streets. Mrs. Olina Peter son has also bought the lot at the corner of Payette street and New Brunswick avenue. Both sale were made through the real estate firm of Neilson Bros. REPAIRING SMITH STREET. Street Commissioner Matt Weirup has a gang of men at work Axing the gutter* on both sides of Smith street. The stones, many of which arc un even, will be taken out, a bed of sand placed down, and then tho stones will be replaced. This work will take' some little time. NORTH AM80Y ITEMS Stephen Decker has a position at Boy n ton Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huff are visit ing at Allentown, Pa. Hans Johnson has been on the siok list the past week, Mrs. Henry Warner, of State street, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. William Flynn, of Easton, Pa. Miss Millie Oxenford was visiting out of town the past week. Miss A. Pahey entertained a few friends at her home on upper Hall avenue on Tuesday night. Matthew Jago has been on the sick list the past week. Miss Mabel Gallagher returned home Monday from a two month's visit at Scranton and Allentown, Pa. She reports having had a delightful time. BIG SWINDLE UNEARTHED. Many Arreita Pur HiIiik Mull* to Defraud. ST. LOUIS, July 30.? Henry A. Brad ford has been arrested here by post office inspectors oil tlie charge of using the mails in a scheme to defraud as a result of an investigation of land title swindles. The investigation has been pursued in Colorado, Michigan. Pennsylvania, Missouri, Texas, Kansas, Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia and North Carolina. Bradford's arrest resulted from com plaints that he was using the mails to sell fraudulent land titles. Bradford's bond was fixed at $2,<KXJ. VILLAMOR PARDONED. Prominent IiiNurtcent Given His Lib erty In 1'htllpplne*. WASHINGTON, July 30.? President Roosevelt has pardoned Emilio Vilia mor, a prominent Filipino, who in De cember, 1900, was sentenced /to be hanged for murder. This sentence was afterward commuted to ten years' im prisonment. His pardon was recommended by army officers and the secretary of war on the ground that Villamor's offense was really political and that he was en titled to a pardon under the presiden tial amnesty proclamation of July 4, 1902. / Auto Trip to Arctic Clrale. COPENHAGEN. July 30.? Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Gllddens of Lowell, Mass., loft here In their automobile In an attempt to cross the arctic circle. The United States consul here accom panied them to Elsinore. The automo bilists received an enthusiastic send off. ' ? Eleven Arrenta For Danville Riot. DANVILLE, 111., July 30.? Eleven ar rests wore made here for participation in the lawless outbreak of Saturday night, when the jail was attacked in an effort to lynch , I nines Wilson, a negrc who. it is alleged, assaulted Mra. Bur gess at Alvin. A Franco-Turkish Duel. PARIS. July 30.? A quarrel between Viscount Autoiue de Contades and Tueni Bey, second secretary of the Turkish embassy, has resulted in a duel with swords, in which Tueul Bey was wounded in the arm. THE REDUCTIONS AT OUR ? W I MID-SUMMER SALE ? ARE SO GREAT That they create no end of favorable comment among people who desire to economize. Here are examples of values impossible to duplicate : > Hammocks, former price 1.25 and t.50, at.. 98c 2o Mens' Shirts, Rood variety, 75 to 98c kind. . 49c Mens' Silk Embroidered Sox, 25o kind, at. . .I2jc Balance of Boys' Wash Suits your choice at. 69c Few Short Lengths of Faulardines, value 25c, 19c One Lot of Ladies' Fine Lawn Waists, former price 1.98 and 2.25, at I 39 One Lot of Good Summer Corsets, at 49c P. 8.? Stop in for a September Fashion Sheet. All pat terns 10c. Always in stock. ?tmiMtuMMnii* The Dry Goods Store where you Get Red Star Stamps. 166 Smith Street' , Q Cor- Madi80n Ave' Perth Amb0y ' V %. * s. OSTON STORE ] SUVIMER GOODS SALE \ is attracting the attention of crowds of people daily, at the : . : BOSTOU STOEE. ^ A Small Lot of GOOD LAWNS, at SS^c yd Another Finer Grade, at - . . I^cyd Also an endless variety of FINE MERCERISED GOODS that have been selling at 29c snd 39c, now you can buy them for 19c yd i 1 ' Don't Miss this Opportunity to Purchase a Fine Dress ? for the Price of a Cheap One. WM. MURDOCH, ^ 72 Smith Street, Perth Amboy.^ i SAVE 50 DOLLARS THIS "WEEK By attending Wood's College, 876 Broad St., Newark, N. J. Business and Shorthand. Knowu Everywhere. By Everybody . The Largest and most Successful Schdol. CALL OR WRITE. Orontu al iiuivlliurne. CHICAGO, July 30. The feature at Hawthorne, ii six furlong handicap, was won by Oronto. coupled with John Peters, fit the prohibitive odds of 2 to 5. Brulare finished second a length and a half in front of John Peters. The other races, with the exception of the fourth, which went to Sidney Love, the odds on favorite, were won by long shots and second choices. Killed Iry FkIUiiK Pole. MIDDI.ETOWN. N. Y? July 30. Frank Miller, an electrician employed by the Consumers' Light and Power company, was crushed to death by the fail of a pole which he was cutting down. Nobby Summer Suits MADE TO ORDF.R At Popular Prices] mmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmammmm m mmmmmmmmmmmm Style and fit guaranteed. All work by experienced tailors. CHRIS. CliRISTIIFFERSEN, 83 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, | NELH B.K>KNbL^ Denier In Choice Family Groomries | Provisions, 3Eic. Fresh stock constantly received Uor. Prospect and Smith Hts . II W ail | Mmm CENT-A-WORD WANTED? THREE BRIGHT young | women as extra hands for Saturdays. Address bv letter only, giving age, etc. Reynolds & Hanson. 7-29-3t | STRONG BOY WANTED at Ray mond's Candy Store, 138 *Smith street. 3172-7-29-tf TO LET? A NICE six room, comfort able house, hot and cold water, bath room, oemented cellar. Enquire I Mrs. Bollernp, 257 New Brunswick [ avenue. 3155-7-26-tf I FOR RENT? A BARN and stable, suitaDle for one horse. Enquire at, News office. 3154-7-25-tf WANTED? A THOROUGHLY exper- 1 ienced saleswoman for our garment | department. Address by letter only, giving age, experience, etc. Reynolds & Hanson. 7-29-3 HAND PAINTED CHINA shirtwaist sets are the popular thing. Orders taken for studs, cuff buttons and belt buckles, also hat pins, at 114 Rector street. 7-17-tf NICE FURNISHED ROOMS with or without boarc} in private family. 103 Main street, Tottenville. 3072-7-14-tf | WANTED? A THOROUGHLY exper ienced saleswoman for our lace de partment. Address by letter only; giving age, experience, otc. Reynolds & Hanson. 7-29'S WANTED? SALESMAN AND oollect or, Polish, Slavish speaking pre ferred. Apply evenings. 336 State j street, Sewing machine store. 3046-7-28-tf I H. P. NELSON, CARPENTER and Builder, 282 Smith street. Call at barber shop. 3044-7-10-3mo.-b FOR SALE? High Grade" 10 horse, power steam engine and boiler/ Seoond hand. Exoellont condition. Manufacturer, care of Evening News. Bargains in real estate are to be found in the real en'ate column on nasre 2. SEA BREEZE HOW OPEN. B 1 The Finest Summer j \ Resort on the Coast, I < NEW SHOOTING GALLERY NEW RESTAURANT | NEW ICE CREAM PARLOR NEW BATHING HOUSES g NEW SWINGS M Dancing 2 to 5 p. m., FREES every afternoon; and from 7 tos 1 1 130 every evening. Ample Table Accommodations 5 for SHORE DINNERS at Shorts Notice. Steamer Josephine will leave Perth ! A.mboy for Sea Breeze every half! Steamer Etta May will leave South j Aniboy for Sea Breeze every half! hour. 1 I PERELMAN, Pawnbroker W Ladies and Gentlemen: I have a great many beautiful articles left from the last sale ?Watched, Diamonds, Rings, which I offer to sell at very low prices. All goods guaranteed as represented. L. Perelman, 386 State St. PATRICK WHITE & SONS T*" ->hone No. 8 Engine^ Founders Machinists. General and 8pecial Machine ^Pattern Boiler and Blacksmith Work. -:3accca|) KIHSEH 8BRB. Coal * |||ood in any quantity at the Lowest Market Prices Vard; New Brunswick Ave., and LeUltcii Valley Crossing. Tel. 51. Perth Aniboy, N. J. ~:cx:cr:ccccccccooco CXXt, l|f ^nlitfl ?Scrap Iron and VvalllCUi Old Metal. Cor respondence solicited HYMEN SHRAGOVITZ, 106 South 2d St., Perth Amboy. NELS CHRIST ENS EN Practical Horee-Shoer and Wagon Buildf Wheelwright and General Blacksmith' Sliij walk Grates, Anchors and Builders Blacksmith ing a specialty. 71 New Brunswick Ave Tide-Water Trans. Co. Executive Offices: 31 Broadway. NEW YORK, AMBOY AND WAY FREIGHT. Pier 6, North River. Leave PERTH AMBOY, 12 noon, Telephone Conneotinn. =F Try an Ad. in the EVENING NEWS FOLEYSHONEMVR ?topi tho cough m*> A heili ]