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Our Stores will be closed to-night at 6 o'clock, to afford our employes an op
S portunity of witnessing the Water Carnival at New Brunswick.
I A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY
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Fall Velvets and Dress Goods.
The verv newest productions of the American and
European manufacturers will be found spread to view in
this attractive section of our store, \oull see here the
only real handsome display of Velvets and Dress goods
in Perth Amboy.
COME—if only to keep posted on correct colors and
textures—come and see the display. If ready to buy,
economy will be easy—chances to save considerable
sums crowd each other for recognition,
| IN DRESS GOODS WE SHOW:
I Zibelines Cheviots
| Covert Cloth Mohairs
| Yankee Homespuns Broadcloth
I Venetians Voile
I Shepherd Checks Illuminated Zibeline
| IN VELVETS WE SHOW:
| Raton Velvet Metal Print
I Velvet Cord Fancy Velveteen
REYNOLDS & HANSON
128 and 130 Smith Street
Phone 108 PERTH AMBOY.
Selling out entire stock
100 Rolls at prices that
have been reduced
25 per cent.
$5,000 worth must go
before September 1st
regardless of price.
All Mattings have been
reduced to half price
All of the best quality
■i at very low prices.
GOVERNMENT MAKES MONEY.
Report of Collector of Local Custom House
Shows Profit of $50,716.10
The animal report of Collector Rob
ert Carson, of the port of Perth
Amboy, shows that the total exports
here for the year ending June 30,
amounted to $2,081,811. Of this $178,
921 was domestic exports and $1,902,890
was foreign. The total receipts at the
local custom house from all sources
amount to $61,353.78. Deducting the
expenses a profit for the government
of $50,716.17 is shown. The total
number of vessels now having Perth
Amboy as a home port is 504. During
the year 39 vessels entered from foreign
ports and 76 cleared for foreign ports.
From domestic ports, 112 vessels en
tered and 69 cleared for domestic
ports. The duties in imports alone
amounted to $57,214.03.
Dom'iinc nf Willinn flnvtnn PlnroH in ftmi/o
in St. Mary's Cemetery.
William Dayton, the canal boat cap
tain, who was drowned at the Port
Reading coal docks on Wednesday,
September 2nd, and whose body was
recovered on Sunday afternoon, was
buried in St. Mary’s Roman Catholic
cemetery at 11 o’clock this morinng.
The funeral was held from J. J.
Flynn’s undertaking establishment on
New Brunswick avenue. A cousin oi
the dead man came to Perth Amboy
Irom New York last night and identi
fied the body. All the funeral ex
penses today were p .id by the Boat
men Union of New York and New
Jersey, of which the dead man was a
The Board of Education was to have
met last night but there was no quorum
and the meeting was adjourned until
next Tuesday evening.
The men who have made the largest
fortunes in business are those who
have been the most extensive adver
At my office your eye?
receive FREE OF
CJH AKGK an honest,
thorough and scientific
examination, by an Ocu
e-di. eases for P > years
r $1.00 upward. Rep
el » ou can rel - up
for your money,
We close every evening at 8.30.
Saturday at 10.
Sole Agents in this city
for the Celebrated
always right as to style and |
excellent service p /\
givers Crown Vici I
kid & Wax Calf U . U U
New Fall Dress Goods
are arriving daily. To-mor
row’s offer is Rough Plaids,
shaggy effects, 40 in. m
wide, w'ortli 65c, at M
per yard. » |
.400 State Street...,
II. P. Hanson is back in Perth Amboy
after a week’s stay in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. James O’Brien are home
We are justly ]!
—OF OUR NEW— 2
in Sauce Pans, Preserving
Kettles, Tea Kettles,
Tea Pots, Coffee Pots,
Pudding and Cake
Pans, etc., etc.
£ Made by a new factory. Superior 1 *
F to the old Gray Ware. (*
J PRICES MODER VTK 1 [
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* SMITH STREET. *
F Near High St. J
The Misses Nellie, Josephine and
Lillie Darcey, have returned to their
home 102 Brighton avenue after spend
ing a delightful visit with their aunts,
the Misses Sextons, of Carteret.
Mrs. S. Riddlestorffer and her Bttle
daughter returned to their home, on
Lewis street yesterday, after spending a
sjmmer vacation at North Asbury Park.
Joseph F. Richards, of Market street,
who lias been on the sick list the past
week has returned to woik at the Wash
imriim street tower.
irom a trip to Newark Valley.
After a month’s vacation spent in the
mountains in Now York State, Mrs. Fritz
Hoyler and children are back at their
home on Market street.
Miss Alice I)ay, of Norfork, Conn., is
visiting her friend Miss Jessie Cornell, of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gabriel have re
turned from their European tour.
George Ryder is cutting the grass on
the High School lawn.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wogloro, of Water
street, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lambert
sou, of Newark, on Labor Day.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson and daughter,
Miss Lillian, of Newark, have returned
home after a few days visit with Mr. and
Mrs. A. T. Woglom, of Water street.
Mrs. Kingston and family, of Long Is
land, moved to this city last Friday.
Mis. Mundy, of South River, has
taken up her residence iu th's city.
William Jorgensen, of 263 New Bruns
wick avenue, was quite ill last week, but
The last report from Thomas Bollernp
and Edward Johnson, of this city, who
are at Akron, Ohio, is that they are go
ing further west.
John Kelson and Fred Janny left yes
terday for Oxford Furnace Warren Co.
Emuel Anderson, sou of Mrs. Charles
Anderson, of 126 Brighton avenue, who
fell from the new building on Brighton
avenue and bioke his arm, is improving.
Charles Brown, of Oak street, has ac
cepted a position with the Middlesex A
Somerset Traction company, as motor
Miss Bessie McLaughlin, of the first
Ward Bank, of New York, returned to
her position yesterday after visiting her
mother, Mrs. Mary McLaughlin, of 157
Mr' and Mrs. Cornelius Jones, of 153
BrightonJ aven le, are visit ug their
daughter Mrs. Martin de Planque, of
Newark. Mr. Jones will return home
Miss Ella Hulsizer left town yesterday
morning for a visit of three weeks with
relatives at Gordon, Pa.
Mrs. D. 8. Mallet, of 57 Front street,
is visiting friends in Boston, Mass.
Mrs. Frank Arbiter, of Spotswood, and
Mrs. Frank Applegate, of Runyon, are
visitors at the home of Mrs. John Whit
worth, on Hobart straet.
John Larkin a former Perth Amboyite,
is in town this week,
Miss Katherine Anderson, of Jersoy ,
Uit.y, is visiting South First street friends.
Herman Albert, of Plainfield, spent
Labor Day witli Hobart street friends. |
Edmund Wood has returned to bis
home in Elizabeth, after a weeks’ stay
with Orlando Wood, Madison avenue. ,
Miss Estelle Davis, who has been visi -
ng her cousin, Miss Blanche Mason, for
several days, left this morning to spend a
lew days at Hackettstowu before return- i
mg to her home, at Washington, D. C.
Miss Cttzzens, of Spottswood,is visiting
at the home of Jacob Hanson, on Water
Mr,James Growney Sr.,of Jefferson St.
has returned home after a trip to Cali
Mrs. George A.Viehmann,wife of May
ir Vielimann of New Brunswick, was
entertained by Mrs. Parker Runyon, dur
ing the night of the carnival, where tiny
and other invited guests had a delightful
view of the fireworks and floats.
Mr. Sig. Israel is visiting Mrs. Tyroller
du Brighton avenue.
Mrs. Tyroller, of New York is visitii g
her sou, Mr. Albert Tyroller.
\egro of Twelve Year* n Murderer.
BALTIMORE. Sept. !>.—The mystery
attending the death of Caroline VV.
Link was solved when a negro boy
known as Charlie Jones confessed lit1
had murdered the woman. The boy is
twelve years old. four feet tall and
weighs eighty pounds. His purpose
was to rob the till of the candy store
in which Miss Link was employed, but
lie compromised on a piece of peanut
taffy. Two boys who had been arrest
ed for robbing a bakery denied their
guilt, but said Charlie Jones had ae
knotvledgcd killing an old woman.
T ITTEE Miss Perth Amboy has been in our mind
J-J all through vacation. Wearing out her summer
dresses and growing entirely out of last winter’s
we determined to have ready for her just the prettiest
little dresses for school that could be designed. And
the best part is, that they are made just as mother
would make. .... . . ....
We have some small sizes at 25c. But ‘our leader’ is a 98c Dress
Better ones at 1.25, 1 . 49, 1.98, and up to. 4.98
>ROF- PATTERSON S POSITIOpj
Prof. William P. Patterson, former*,
y of the High school faculty, Pas
iccepted a position as teacher in Ip®- ,
John’s Military Academy in thenpper
>art of New York state.
POLICE COURT NEWS. V
Raafel Soloon and Dominick Gar-*
■nsli were fined $5 each in the police'
sourt for being participants in the
Italian fight on Broad street on Mon
Bargains in real estate are to be
'onnd in the real estate column on
Real Estate column page 2
Telephone Call 69-A.
FflESH EVERY DAY AT 9 A. HI.
We make this statement as
many come late iu the after
noon, only to be disappointed.
Come early or leave your or
B. L. MARSH & CO.,
121 Smith Street.
Are Now In.
Our line is as complete as any in
tlio city, and we would be pleased
to have you call and inspect
STYLE AND FIT GUARANTEED.
All work by experienced tailors.
All repair work satisfactorily done.
13 Smith Street, . Perth Amboy,
dhoiee Family Groceries
Fresh stock constantly received
;or. Prospect and Smith 8ts#
CUTTI FRUTTI, BISQUE, coffee and
pistachio ice cream 10c per plate at
Raymond’s, 138 Smith street.
BARRIERS WANTED—AT the Nows
Office. ' ~_____ 9-2-tf
PEACH ICE CREAM from fresh
fruit, 10c per plate at Raymond’s,
138 Smith street. 9-1-tf
L’O LET—HALF of double house, 6
rooms, 303 Prospect street.
BRICK HOUSE CORNER High and
Gordon st. Price |5,000. Terms to
suit. Lot 66x120, ten rooms, all im
provements. A. M. Johnson, 89 Water
street. 1 3466-9-9-3t e. o. d.
A VERY DESIRABLE house on Mar
ket street for sale, all improvements,
i bargain. Pratt-Brown Oo., 101
3mith street. 3451-9-5-6t
BE ADS-A VARIETY of colored
beads for the latest bead chains,
oelts, etc. Mrs. Ward, 266 High st.
3UR CANDIES ARE pnre and fresh
daily. Try onr make of ohocolates.
Raymond’s, 138 Smith street.
WANTED-MACHINISTS AND erec
ting men experienced on high Bpeed
engine work. Address stating exper
ience and wages expected. ; The
Reeves Engine Co., Trenton, N. J.
WANTED—SEVERAL persons of
character and good reputation in
each state (one in this county requir
ed) to represent and advertise old
established weatlhy business house
of solid financial standing. Salary
$21 weekly with expenses additional,
all payable in cash direct each Wed
nesday from head offices. Horse and
carriage furnished when necessary.
References. Enclose self-addressed
envelope. Colonial, Caxton Build
ing, Chicago. 3802-8-18-tf
NEAPOLITAN, VANILLA, chocolate
and strawberry ice cream. 10c per
plate at Raymond’s, 138 Smith street.
FOR RENT—A BARN and stable,
suitaole for one horse. Enquire at
News office. 3164-7-25-tf
HAND PAINTED CHINA shirtwaist
□ <. no viivj pupuiut ‘,***"n'
taken for studs, cuff buttons and belt
buckles, also liat pins, at 114 Rector
GUARANTEED BICYCLES $15.
Sewing machines, all makes, lowest
market prices. 336 State street, A.
Jensen, dealer. 3046-7-10-tf
H. P. NELSON, CARPENTER and
Builder, 383 Smith street. Call at
barber shop. 8044-7-10-3mo.-b
FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horse
power steam engine and boiler.
Second hand. Excellent condition.
Manufacturer, care of Evening News
O ! onces for Paper Hanging need no
louger be paid. With our system of hang
ing, better and more lasting work is done
at less eo.'t,because done so much quicker.
All should know this. y
N.Y. PAPER HANGING Co.
John L. Murphy, Mgr. 136 Rector St.
—1Telephone 47 F—
ft Wnr Votrrmi Snletde.
NNKW BRUNSWICK, N .!.. Sept. 9.— ■
Thomas A. Oliver, eighty years old. a
veteran of the Mexican war. has ended ^B
his life by hanging himself in the I,e
high \ alley hotel In South Plainfield. ^B ~
He secured several leather straps, 8SpiJ|
which he fastened to the head of his ;''
bed. The other end be fastened around
hla neck. He was dead when discov- B^H
For real estate see page 2. ^Bgjp
WHY, the $
: Wheeler Piano
\ is known all over the ^■SSHER!!
,—it is a beauty in tone. M".c CC/C
as well as finish. , ‘
Special for Saturday ‘oBI
only Sept. 12. J
Hiawatha Instrumental and Vocal,
15c per copy. I
Olympia Musical fl
150 Smith Street. 18
A Choice Line of
People’s Meat Market
322 STATE STREET
518 State Street, - Telebhone 31-m
247 New Brunswick Avenue, Tel. 109-i
Jos. Polkowitz & Bro.
Eye Strain Causes Headache and many ills
which suitable glasses
obviate, ask yens
doctor. For any style
of gold ones only 3.50
t and guaranteed.
F. J. MONAGHAN, Opt. I>.,
Smith St., over Salt <fc Steiner’s store, Tuesday
and Saturday, 1.80 to 7 p. m., side entrance.
61 Smith 8t., Cor. High, Pierce*Watson Bdg
Hair Dressing, Shampooing, Scalp treatment
corn treatment Manicuring and Massage
Skillfully done for Ladles at reasonable prices.
Also scalp treatment Manicuring and corn
treatment for gentlemen. Out of town engage
ments by apDointments.
PINCH & BENNETT;
Painters, Paper Hangers, House
and Church Decorators.
PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY.
12 Centre Street, Perth Amboy, N. i.
we most respeciruny solicit a snare or m
your favors and guarantee satisfaction. ^^B
L. PERELMAN, Pawnbroker ^
ByLadiea and Qentlemen: I have a great
many beautiful articles left from the last Bale
—Watches, Diamonds, Bings, which I offer to
sell at very low prices. All goods guaranteed as M
L. Perelman, 386 State St. 1
Tide-Water I'rans. Co. I
Executive Offices: 31 Broadway. 1
NEW YORK, AMBOY aJ
AND WAY FREIGHT.
Pier 6, North River. Xi|
Leave PERTH AMBOY, 12 noon4M^^fl
PATRICK WHITE & SONS bS|
Telephone No. 8
Engineers, Founders W|
General and 8pecial Machine [Pattern fl
Boiler and Blacksmith Work. |
Coal * any quantity T jflH
at the Lowest
Market Price^’ '
Yard; New Hriiuswlek Ave., aix.^7 ^B tgi”
LelilKli Valley CroealuK. ^ 1 jBt
i) Tel. 51. Perth Amboy, N.J.
For Sale Cheap!; ■
One set automobile tires. ■.
Hyman Shragovitz. «
Lock Post Office BOX 78^M ;;
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•topic ihecou^han^1 f'.^n In lun^c *£
I Try an Ad. in the EVENING
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