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Mew Ideal Patterns and Pulica This Store closes this evening jj
tions for September now ready, at 8 o’clock.
Following Inventory!
BROKEN ASSORTMENTS, ODpS, |
ENDS AND REMNANTS. '
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There are not many, if any, of Perth Amboy’s careful buy- g
! ers who do not watch for and appreciate the advantages of this ear- ■
i ly August Sale. It’s an occasion during which money finds its 5
greatest equivalant, and the accompanying items are of a character g
that can not help but incite wonderful activity while limited quan- g
tides last.
! Remnants of Lawn, Madras,
£ Swiss, Gingham and Sheeting,
£ worth from 25c to 45c, at
f 16c
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£ Remnants of Muslin, Calico,
« Lawn, and Gingham, worth
3 from 6c to 10c at
| 4c
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■ Remnants of Chambray, Swiss,
S Pique, Lawn and Madras, worth
3 from 17c to 25c, at
5 12c
Remnants of Wool Dress Goods,
Challies and Silks, worth from
39c to 59c at
125c
Short lengths of fine wool goods
including Voils and Ettamines,
worth from 59c to 75c at
35c
Silk Remnants, short lengths of 5
silk, plain, figured and striped 5
worth from 75c to 1.00, at
59c |
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Odd lot of men’s .Shirts Negli- ■
gee and Dress styles, mostly 5
large sizes, worth 1.00, at
50c i
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A few odd 50c Negligee and B
Dress Shirts to go at
25c |
Boys Unjaundered white waists 3
(Mothers Friend ) 50c goods, at ■
35c |
Children Gingham Dresses, as- S
sorted colors, regular price $1 at :
69c |
|REYNOLDS & HANSON I
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128 and 130 Smith Street
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1 Phone 108 PERTH AMBOY. I
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AT THIS!
* 'WaV Paper
Selling eut entire stock
below cost.
(Carpets
IOO Rolls at prices that
have been reduced
25 per cent.
Furniture
$5,000 worth must go
before September 1st
regardless of price.
Watting
All Mattings have been
4 reduced to half pricej
Window
Shades
All of the best quality
at very low prices.
Thos. West
0 Gompaig
76 - 78 - 80 SMITH ST.
PERTH AMBOY, N. J.
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$ NTD-SW YORK i
BleriEnKel
f WHOLESALE-RETAIL #
t STRICTLY FRESH EGGS RECEIVED #
# DAILY. #
a Sweet Butter a Specialty 2
# Also Fancy Creamery Butter 0
f Imported and Domestic Cheese #
^ 377 State Street J
STILLWELL & MASON,
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS.
Established 189!).
Everything furnished to conduct
fuuerals in a first-class manner.
A11 calls will be ans wered at the resi
dence ot Mr. E. B. Walker, 139 Gordon
St., Perth Amboy. Charges Moderate
PINCH & BENNETT;
Painters, Paper Hangers, House
and Church Decorators.
PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY.
12 Centre Street, Perth Amboy, N. J.
We most respectfully solicit a share of
your favors and £uarant»*e satisfaction.
Real Estate advertising in the Even
ing News brings results.
The Best!
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Shoes Made!
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B e 1 o w ..j
Cost Prices!
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1 CALL AND SEE them !
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1 All of our stock of Ladies’ |
i and Gentlemen’s fine shoes ,
i must be closed out to make
i room for our Pall stock. !
Amazing values in
Men’s i Women’s
Footwear
Odds and ends of every
d e s c r i p t ion at an
enormous saving i n
price.
Men’s Pat. leather oxfords, tan
Vici Kid Shoes and Oxfords, 2 50 and
3,00 grades,to close them out at
1.69
Women’s high grade Shoes but
ton only, pretty nearly all sizes, were
2.00, at
98c
All 3.00 or 3.50 Women’s Shoes
and Oxfords, While they last at
1.49
RREENBAUMS’
DEPARTMENT STORE
400 STATE ST.
DIVIDENDS.
First National Bank of Perth Amboy N. J.
An annual dividend of three per cent [3 %] per
fehare has been declared bv the Board of Direc
tors of the First National Bank of Perth Amboy
N. J., payab e September 1st, to stockholders of
record at close of business August 20th, 1903.
Transfer books will be closed from august 20th
to September 1st, 1903, inclusive.
HARRY UONARD. Cashier,
8177-7-31-2t-e* o. w. to 9-1.
MADAM RIVELY.
61 Smith St., Cor. High, Fierce!Watson Bdg
Hair Dressing, Shampooing, Scalp treatment
corn treatment Manicuring and Massage
Skillfully done for Ladies at reasonable prices.
Also scalp treatment Manicuring and corn
treatment for gentlemen. Out of town engage
ments by appointments.
Millionaire's Fatal Shot,
SCRANTON, Pa.. Aug. 7. — Conrad
Schroeder, one of the wealthiest con
tractors and builders in northern Penn
sylvania, shot himself in the head, dy
ing almost instantly. The shooting oc
curred while Mr. Schroeder was in his
room, and his family says that the re
volver exploded while he was chang
ing it from one pocket to the other. He
was apparently in a happy mood just
previous to the accident. Mr. Schroe
der was a delegate to the national con
vention which nominated Benjamin
Harrison for president. He was rated
as a millionaire.
1 SPECIAL EIGHT-DAY SALE
Beginning the 8th, Ending the 17th.
The Best Opportunity of the Season.
The fashion “buds'1 for Kail are almost ready to burst. Meantime, we
gjj are clearing out many tilings at great sacrifice or buying over supplies from
■ wholesalers that is offered to us at less than one half of the original value—
H that is if the merchandise is of the DEPENDABLE sort. Only a SMALL
■ part of the good news can be told here. You’ll find much more when you
■ come to the store.
I Beautiful Girls Dresses, the kind you bought during theSummerfor 98c and
1.25 and 1.50 kind in the lot at.49o
I One lot of Collars, pure linen, our 12 1-2 grade, on account of broken sizes
I during sale at.ij0
I One Jot of Shirr. Waists, good patterns, broken lots value up to 1.25. during
sale . .... ok„
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- ,---'h+o.liuj auu an nuttucs at piDsout, value ou uuriuv
sale at...4 3.^
Oue lot of Summer Corsets sold nowhere for less than 75c, some stores get
98c, during sale at...4gc
Ladies Wrappers, regular aud special purchase light and dark, worth up to
98c at..
Another lot worth up to 1.50 at...... ..........79c
COUPOX.-From Saturday. Aug, 8. to Monday, Aug, 17, on presentation of
1, u9°,n “n“ Purchasing goods to the amount of 50c or over, you will receive
*1,00 worth of Red Star Stamps in addition to those obtained in the usual way
(or in other words, $1.50 worth of Stamps with a purchase of 50c or over.)
„ 1U . w „ SAEZ A STEINER, PERTH AMBOY.
Perth Amboy Evening News.
£4? 166 Smith Street,
__ _ Cor. Madison Ave. Perth Amboy.
N-B. This Saturday, Handsome Magazines free! One thk limit.
We sell the best Paper Pattern made for 10c, Sept. Fashiov Sheets for
the asking. |
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SuithUgeTS To-dt,. |
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(I INSTEAD IT IS 0
TUMBLERS
ALL SIZES,
Thin and Thick.
Goblets, Lemonade and Soda
Glasses, Root, Beer Bottles,
etc., etc.
;j UJaldemar Krause ||
:i -58- i
J SMITH STREET. J
\ Near High St. £
LABOR RIOTS IN BRITTANY.
Soldiem Hide Down Mob* of Strikers
In I/Orient.
PARIS, Aug. 7.—Serious rioting has
been reported at L’Orient. on the coast
of Brittany, where labor troubles have
been brewing for'the past several days.
The rioters assembled in the Place
Alsace-Lorraine and attacked the Mili
tary club over the Grand cafe. They
nlso stoned and broke shop windows.
The military was called out, but the
rioters put out the street lamps and
erected barricades. The cavalry charg
ed, and troopers, losing tlioir tempers,
rode down the mob, striking the riot
ers witli the flat of their swords.
Tramp. Stab Brake man.
JAMESTOWN, N. Y„ Aug. 7—A ter
rific light occurred between four
tramps and the crew of Erie freight
train 82, east bound, between Falconer
and Kennedy, during which Jack Al
len, a brakeman of Meadvtlle. Pa., was
badly stabbed and one of the tramps
fell between the cars of the train and
was cut in two. There was nothing on
the body of the dead man to indicate
who he was except a bunch of keys
nnd a key check which bore the name
of Samuel Frey, Excelsior Coal com
pany. Akron. O.
| ON GOES THE SPECIAL |
1 CLEARING SALE |
I® of Waists, Skirts, and Shirt ®
Waist Suits. If
Ladies’ Waists in white |l
and colored, regular price M
up to i.25,clearing price.75 If
Ladies’ White Lawn fl
Waists, very nicely made
reg. price up to 1.49 clear- jf
ing price - 1.05 f
Ladies’ Linen Skirts. ||
nicely made reg. price 1.49 «
clearing pi^ice - - - 95c J
Ladies’ Skirts made of ®
heavy Polka dots, Duck reg. I
price $ 1 clearing price 69c *
Philip Levine. |
THE NEW CLOAK STORE, ||
351 State Str eet |
Near Fayette St. gj
2 Special Prices in all Departments for *
d Saturday and Monday. 1
X Men’s Fancy Shirts, regular 49-59-65C.39c
Men’s Fancy Lace Hose, regular 15c.10 l-2c *
^ Men’s and Boys’ Bathing Suits, regular 95c and j ►
2 85c.'.79and 69c < *
2 Men’s 4-ply Linen Collars,regular 2 for 25c... . 10jl-3c < *
WM. MURDOCH, \
2 72 Smith Street, Perth Amboy.
y rolnoni ( onviciN ruptured.
DAVISVHXE, Cal., Aug. 7— Janies
Roberts, one of the convicts who es
caped front Folsom prison, was cap
tured near here without tlx* tiring of a
shot. Deputy sheriffs came upon Rob
erts unexpectedly at the Ilamtuel'
ranch, where he had stopped to apply
for food, posing as a tramp. When
Roberts was ordered to hold up ills
hands there was nothing for him to do
but comply, as lie had left his revolver
tucked in a roll of blankets at the edge
of the lawn in front of the Hammel
house. The posse tlmt went with the
Reno bloodhounds to the Amador coun
ty border sent word that the dogs had
been unable to pick up the trail of the
four convicts believed to tie in that vi
cinity. Albert Seavis. colored, and
Frank Cltase, escaped Folsom convicts,
have also been captured near here.
Tills leaves nine of the thirteen es
caped convicts still at large.
General Gille.pte'M Promotion.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 7. — General
Gillespie, chief of engineers, will be
designated president of the hoard of
ordnance and fortification on the re
tirement of General Miles.
Nobby Summer Suits
MADE TO ORDER.
At Popular Prices
Style and fit guaranteed.
All work by experienced tailors.
83 Smith Street, Perth Amboy,
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\ELS B.JORNSEN
Dealer In
Choice Family Groceries
Provisions, Etc.
Fresh stock constantly received
Oor. Prospect and Smith Sts.
CENT-A-WORD
WANTED-TWO SWEDISH boarders,
$4.50 per week. 120 South Second
street. 3219-8-6-3
WANTED-SMALL GIRL to assist
with light housework. 94 Maiket
street. 3221-8-6-tf
TO LET—ROOMS WITH or without
board. 85 Fayette street.
3217-8-6-3
FOR SALE—DOUBLE house and two
lots, centrally located. Inquire
John F. Reilly. 3197-8-3-tf
T.lAll TlintTm 1 Hi . • , 1 niA
J- V/iV A UIU1U DltliaiCU - «7U
Smith Street inquire Greenspan
Bros. . 8202-8-3-6t.
TO LET—A NICE six room, comfort
able house, hot and cold water,
bath room, cemented cellar. Enquire
Mrs. Bollerup, 257 New Brunswick
avenue. 8155-7-25-tf
FOR RENT—A BARN and stable,
suitable for one horse. Enquire at
News office. 3154-7-25-tf
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 board in private family.
108 Main street, Tottenville.
3072-7-14-tf
GUARANTEED BICYCLES *lfb
Sewing machines, all makes, lowest
market prices. 336 State street, A.
Jensen, dealer. 8046-7-10-tf
FIVE HOUSES FOR sale (poor mat’s
chance). Will exchange for vaoant
lot, milk route or other business.
Write Post offioe Box 75.
8194-8-l-3-6-7-8-10-6t
DO YOU WANT a carpenter to do
vonr job work? Send for H. P. Nel
son, 282 Smith street. Call at barber
shop. 8044-7-10-3mo-a
FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horse
power steam engine and boiler.
Second hand. Excellent condition.
Manufacturer, care of Evening News.
4-8-tf
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If yon are looking for real! estate
investment read the colnmn on page 2.
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[The Finest Summer ?
[Resort on the Coast, I
[new SHOOTING GALLERY
NEW RESTAURANTS
[NEW ICE CREAM PARLOR
NEW BATHING HOUSESS
SNEW SWINGS

Dancing 2 to 5 p.m., FREES
5every afternoon; and from 7 tog
■11:30 every evening. • 5
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Ample Table Accommodations!
1 for SHORE DINNERS at Shorts
i Notice. \ j
l PERELMAN, Pawnbroker
CT* Ladies and Gentlemen: I have a great
many beautiful articles left from the last sale
— Watches, Diamonds, Rings, which I offqir to
sell at very low prices. All goods guaranteed as
represented. j
L. Perelman, 386 State St.
PATRICK WHITE & SONS
Telephone No. 8
Engineers, Founders
Machinists.
General and Special Machine iPaitero
Boiler and Blacksmith Work.
' y _aOOC
KinSEy & BRB
Coal n any quasu
- at the Lowe
Wood Market Price
j ^ Yard; New Brunswick Ave., an
heUigh Valley Crossing.
) Tel. 51. Perth Amboy, N,
Wonforl ~ScraP Iron
VVdlliea. Old Metal.
respondence solicited.
\ HYMEN SHRAGOVITZ,
106 South 2d St., Perth
IIELS CHRISTENSEN
Practical Horse-Shoer and Wagon B
Wheelwright and General Blacksmith*
walk Grates, Anchors and Builders B1
ing a specialty. 71 New Brunswick
Tide-Water Trans.
Executive Offices: 31 Broadway
NEW Toag. AMBOY
AND WAY FREIGHT.
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