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HOW HANSEN WORKS
TO DEFEAT MONROE. 0 —■ ■ Writes to Evening News Describing his Quarters in New York Returns Monday. H. P. Hansen is determined to de feat Mnnroe if thorough training will do it. He is now hard at work in New York and will remain there until Monday when he will return to Perth Amboy ready for the matoh Tuesday night. Hansen writes as follows to the Evening News: “I thought I would drop you a line telling how I am getting along. I start at 7 o’clock every morning for a run to Jerome avenue about eight miles, after coming back I take a shower bath and a good rubdown. Then my breakfast, after which I take a rest until after dinner. At 1 o’olock I start at the gymnasium where I take dnmb bell exercise, jump the rope about 500 times, use the row ing machine for about fifteen minutes with instructions by Prof. Alexander son. After that I go on the mat with Prof. Pereira, A. Dahlberg, Mack Ward and Gus Hobge, for about thirty or lorty minutes. I think by keeping this up until Monday, I will be in good trim for next Tuesday when I’ve got to face Jack Munroe, the Butte miner, who calls me a swede, and I will show him what a swede can do. I am yours truly, H. P. HANSEN. IN NEW BRUNSWICK. The High School football team is all ready for Rutgers Preps, this afternoon. The Forum will also try and defeat the crack Triangle football team of New Brunswick. Both teams will take many rooters to the county seat with them. EMERALDS CLOSE SEASON. At the last meeting of the Emeralds it was found that they had oleared nearly $50 at their ball which was' held in Dewey Park on September 15. The Emeralds will not play any more baseball this year, but they hope to put a crack team on the diamond next season. They have decided not to form a football team. EXPECT OUTSIDE MEN. The offico force at the Raritan Copper Works expects to have some outside players on their team when they stack up against a picked team from tbe Furnace ana Tank Room de partment this afternoon. The game has been called to order for 3 o’clock. PUNTS AND PASSES. The Raritan football team will play a picK up football team at 2.30 o’clock this afternoon on Wights field. The ' Raritans are in great shape and should easily win the game. i THEODORE BL00DS00D BOWLING ALLEY Billiard and Pool Parlor CI6AR& AND TOBACCO 42 Smith Street" Perth Ambov. N. I.' swum toms. D. Y. RUSH’S 383 t8ta/te Street r RAMTAN CAFE ‘ I = BOWLING BILLIARDS : i 02-104 Smith St Perth Amboy £ S JAMES KIRBY, Prop. ..... Old Coni Miner* in Kniclund. Coal workings around Cheadle. in North Staffordshire, England, have been traced back as far as the reign of Rich ard III. The early mining is explained by local geological conditions, as the coal seams—instead of being hidden un der drift as in other parts of England— were brought to notice through dark streaks turned up by the plow. A late discovery is an old level that must have been driven at least 300 years ago for draining a coal tract. Quite n Difference. , “What is the difference between a gown and a creation?” 1 l, “I can’t give you the exact figures, 0 but it’s a small fortune.” — Chicago jPost. _ \ BREAKING UP SHAMROCK II. Souvenir Seekers Collecting Parts of the Old Cup Hunter. The Shamrock II., which in 1901 came within a few seconds of captur ing the America’s Cup for Sir Lipton, is fast being broken up in the Erie Basin. A gang of men has been put to work by Capts. Barr and Miller, who purchased the yacht, and have been smashing things generally for several days. Broken rivets, bolts, screws, and pieces of wood have been taken away to be treasured by souvenir hunters. The deck of the yacht, of selected pine, each plank two inches thick, was sold to a dealer for $25. The bronze plating and the frame s will go to dealers in metal, and the lead, which was moulded into the keel, after the plating had been put on, will be cut up and sold to metal dealers. This lead is the most valu able part of the yacht, and it will cost quite a good deal to cut it so that it can be easily handled. As soon as Shamiock II is out of the way, Shamrocft III will be hauled out and berthed ^ where the older boat stood. LEONHARDT.DEFEATED. Was Thrown Twice by Selva of Paterson in a Mixed Match. Superior weight and strength were more than a match for craft and science in the wrestling bout between Charles Leonhardt, of Newark, and Emil Selva, of Paterson, Thursday night, and the Newark man suffered his first defeat in a straight match. Selva’s work wash, big improvement over his showing in the previous en counter with Leonhardt. He was clever to a certain degree, mapping out his plan of movement in a confi dent, deliberate manner, and then, with his giant’s strength to execute his plan of attack, twice turned the Newark man flat upon his back. The first fall was gained in 13 minutes and 2 seconds, and the second in 26 min utes. The matoh was mixed style. CRESCENTS TOMORROW. The Crescents and the All Stars will battle for victory at the new grounds of the Perth Amboy Amusement com pany at Keasbey tomorrow afternoon. The game will be called at 2.30 o’clock, Costello and Cleary will be the battery for the Crescents. TICKETS SELLING FAST. \ —_ The Delta baseball team are getting things in shape for their ball, which is to be held in Braga Hall, November 13. The committee says the tickets are selling fast and they expect a large crowd out. FOOTBALL AT CABLE WORKS. Plans for organizing a football team at the Cable Works are now well under way. The average weight will be about 135 pounds. - NO MIRACLE about themr-they are simply the result of a lifetime study and practice by the one man in America who is best qualified to treat diseases of the stomach and bowels. Dr. Deane’s Dyspepsia Pills have a greater sale on less advertising, where est known, than any other pill in the world. Eat good food, and take one of Dr. Deane’s pills after each meal. Your stomach, liver, and bowel troubles will disappear. White wrapper if constipated, yellow if bowels are regular. Try them and be cured. DR. I. A. DEANE CO., Kingston, N. Y. For sale at Sexton's Drug Store. Doga Having; Their Day. The twentieth century dog is a much pampered quadruped, we ail know, but the London dog would seem to be a special object of attention, according to the following announcement in a Lon don weekly: "There are sun bonnets to wear on the heads of dogs, sheets for their bodies and shoes for their feet. Now we have a new and improved collar made for the special delight and gratification of the animal’s mistress. It may, we understand, be had of leather of almost any kind, made narrow at each-end, the width being in the'center. It is orna mented with silver studs, in the recesses of which are perfumes, wherein lies the novelty. Of course, these sweetly or nate collars are only suitable for ter riers and top dogs generally, as it would be somewhat expensive to provide daily scents which would annihilate the some what strong canine aroma which usu ally lingers around a St. Bernard or a Newfoundland, or even a deerhound or Borzoi."—Tribune. ■ A ' : IS1 lUBIBUJ.D. RECOMMENDS DR. DAVID KEN NEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY. In a recent issue of the New York Magazine of Sanitation and Hygiene, the recognized authority on all matters pertaining to health, James H. Mont gomery, M. D., says editorially: “After a careful investigation of Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, a specific for kidney, liver and bladder troubles, rheumatism, dyspasia and constipation with its attendant ills, we are free to confess that a more meritori ous medicine has never come under the examination of the chemical and medical experts of the New York Magazine of Sanitation and Hygiene. In fact, after the most searching tests and rigid in quiry into the record of Dr. David Ken nedy’s Favorite Remedy, it becomes a duty to recommend its use in unequivo cal term to every reader of this journal whose complaint comes within the list of ailments which this^remedy is adver tised to cure. We ha\ o obtained such overwhelming proof of the efficacy of this specific—have so satisfactorily demonstrated its curative powers through personal experiments—that a care for the interest of our readers leads us to call attention to its great value. ” James H. Montgomery, M. D. Druggists sell it in New So Cent Size and the regular $1.00 size bottles. Sample bottle—enough for trial, free by mail. Dr. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N. Y. Dr. David Kennedy's Cherry Balsam best foi Colds, Coughs, Consumption, asc, 50c, $1.00. Keasbey «fc Bnruekov sell and recom mend l)r. uavld Kennedy’s favorite Remedy. Low Rates to Denver, Colorado Springs,San Francisco and California. xiie jsew lora centra! os nuuson River Railroad Company will sell tickets from New York to Denver and return, on October 3rd, 4th and 5th at tl\e rate of $50.50, good returning until October 31st. To San Francisco and return, $94.50, on October 7th to 16th inclusive, good returning until November 30th. 3623-9-30-12 It was almost a miracle- Burdock Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible breaking out all over the body. I am very grateful. Miss Julia Filbiidge, West Corwell, Conn. One Way to California Only $50. Via the well known New Jersey Central-Lackawanna-Niokel Plate Route, passing through the pictures que Lehigh and Wyoming valleys, Mauch Chunk, Scranton, Buffalo, Cleveland, Chicago, Omaha, Denver, Colorado Springs, Salt Lake City, Ogden, through the Rockies and all points of interest. Tickets sold to any common point in California. Tickets so arranged that passengers may use sleeping cars all the way if desired. Berth rate from Chicago $6, accommodating two people. Any line west of Chicago may be used. Tickets on sale from date till November 29th, 1903, good any date, any train, and route. Proportionately low rates to all places west. Write Ira E. Whyte, Dist. Pass’r. Agent, Asbnry Park, N. J.; for further advice, or R. A. Bolger, Agent, Perth Amboy, N. J. 3558-10-2-2 Monarch over pain. Bums, cut®, sprains, stings. Iustant relief. Dr. Thomas’ Electric Oil. At auy drug store. Special Train To Allentown. Via Lehigh Valley Railroad account Firemen's Parade Day, October 8th. Special train will leave Perth Amboy at 7.30 a. m., returning will leave Allentown 8 p. m., same date. Fare for the round trip $2.30 for adults; children, $1.15. Consult agents for further particulars. 9-30-8t Only one remedy in the world that will at nuce stop the itcliiuess of the skin iu any part of the holy. Doan’s Ointment. At any drug store, 50 cents. Honeysuckle anil (jnliiiin. It would be a disappointment if yel low ladies’ bedstraw, or galium, came not in its season, year by year, among the stones around our sun dial. The pe culiar perfume of it refreshes greatly, more especially if mixed with honey suckle. It is only in Scotland, I be lieve, where wild uoneysuekle blooms, late, deep within woodland shades, while yellow galium, with flower stalks rising a foot or more, makes gay the sunny banks outside, that one can breathe this mixed sweetness. Galium is far less vigorous of growth here in the south, where, according to Gerarde, "it wan ders hither and thither upon the ground, supporting its yellow spikes upon the herbage or stoneS^iear at hand." lied lamium, always rather coarse-loolcing, is Inclined to be a tiresome weed; though now and then it is inpossible not to enjoy the dash of red gA'en suddenly by a cluster of it at the edge of a border, in the grass or somewhere else where it ought not to be; a short-lived tri umph. to be too quickly ended as soon as the gardens "come round.’’—Corn hill Magazine. A recent dispatch from Prof. Percival Lowell from Flagstaff, Arlz., stating that a large projection of Mars has been discovered, leads Prof. Garrett p, Serviss to declare that the planet is undoubtedly inhabited. On the other hand. Prof. Flammarion, of Paris, declares that the projection is only an illumination of tiie clouds or lofty mountain summits in the setting sun, and that many other analogous observations have already been made. ■A boon to t owler s Ex tract of Wild tires dysen tery, diarrhu) luser. Plea, sant to take. Laughlin Fountain Pen IS THE REES OF ALL RE NS AND HAS NO EQUAL ANYWHERE. FINEST GRADE I4K. GOLD PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESE TWO POPULAR STYLES FOR ORLY .00 SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES AT $3 The laughlin Fountain Pen Holder ismadeof fin est quality hard rubber, is fitted with highest grade, large sire, 14k. gold pen, of any desired flexibility, and has the only perfect feeding device known. Either style, richly gold mounted, for presentation purposes, $1.60 extra. Surely you will not be able to secure anything at Ibrec times tbe price that will give such continuous pleasure and service. For Sale by Keasbey & Barnekov 335 State Street Staten Island Rapid Transit R. R. Time Table in effect on and after May 17, 1903 Perm Arritoy to New York -Leave foot of Smith St. daily except Sundays and. Legal Holiday 5 15, 6.12 6.58, 7.35, 7 85, 8 05, 3 55 126.96.36.199, and 11.55 am. 12 55,1 55 2 50, 8.55. 4.3J 5.30, 6.47, 7.55, 8.55, 9.55,11.20 P. M, Sundays and Legal Holidays. 6.55, 7.55, 8.50, 9.25, 10.06, 10.55U.55 A. M. 12.55, 188.8.131.52, 3.55, i .55, 5.35, 6-15, 6.55, 7.35, 8.15,9.15, 10. 0,P. M. Ne.v York to Perth Amboy:—Leave foot of Whitehall St. daily except Sunday and Legal Holidays, 15.55, 6.50, 8 00,9,00, 10.00, 11.00 a.m. 12.00 l.i 0 130,2.30, 8.30, 4.30. 5.10, 5.30 5.45, 6.36, 7.30, 8.30,10.00,11.05 *12.25. Sundays and Legal Holida ; s. Leave New York.6 05, 8.00,9.(0.9.30, 10.20,11.00, 12.00,a m 1.00, 2.00,3.11,4.00, 5.00, 6.0u, 6.35, 7.15, 7.55, 8.35, 9.35. 10.30, lL45,p.m. Ferry between Perth Amboy and Tottenville— leave Perth Amboy dai y x5.15, x6 12, 6.82, X6.5S, x7.85, JC8 05, X8.55. x .55, 10.25, xl0.55 xll.55 a. m. xl2 55, xl.55, 2-20, x2 50, X3.55, X4.30, X5 3 I, 6.00, xb 47.7 25, x7.55,x8 55, X9.55, 10.40 xll.20,p. m.12.40 a.m. Sundaysand Legal Holidays * 6.15, x6 55. X7.55, X8.50, X9.25, xl .05, 0.30, xlO.56. x 11.55. a. m. X12.56, xl.55, x2.55,x 3 65, X4.55, x5.35,x8 15, X6.55 X7.85. X8.15, X9.15, 9.35, xlO 30. ll,20,p m. 12.15, a. m. Leave Toitenvllle dally xl.30,5.55, 6 22, 6.42 X7.10. 7.60 X8.16, X9.1U. x 10.05, 10.40, xll.06 a. m. X 12.05, xl U5,x2.05, x2 36, X3.4U, 4.10, xt.40, xB.40, X6.18, xO.55, x 7.40, x8.4 >, X9.40, 10.20 xll.10, p m. xl2.15, xl.30 A. M. Sundays and Legal Holidays *6 25, x?.15, 8.20, X9.U5, 9.40. X10.15, X10.45, xll.35, a. m. X12.15, XI.15.X 2.15, X3.15, x 4.10. X5.10, 5.55. x6.20 x7 10.x7.50 x8.8 i. X9.22, x9 50, xl0.45. xlt 4U p. m XL.4J.P in. xl2.55,a.m. ♦Legal holidays only xTrain Connect.on. J. VAN SMITH, P. H. CA88IDY, Receiver Gen’l Traffic Agent. L.i£UiUii V£lL,L.H)L KAiLKOAU Time Table in effect Aug. 9, 1903. nations In New York, foot oi Uortlandt, Dei broeses and W jst 23rd streets, Penna. K. Ferries, Trims Liati Statb Strut Btatiom. FOR NEW YORE. 6.10, 8.00 am 4 20p.m. l.So p.m. daily connects vli way train for Bound Brook,Maucb Chunk Weatherly, Hazelton Pottsvllle and lntermedi ate points. FOR BOOTH PLAINFIELD. «10. 8.00, a. m. 1.30, 4.20, p. m. Sundays 8 35 a. m 1.30. 6.15 p. m: FOR OTHER POINTS! 8.C0 a. m. Dally Except Sunday Connect with trai, express lor Easton, Bethleham Allen town, Pottsville, Buffalo. Niagara Falls and Chi cago. Parlor Car New York to Buffalo, con nects with local train for all points east of Mauch Chunk. g.35a. m. Sundays ouly. Express train for Buffalo, Niagara Falls, aud Chicago. Stops at Flemington Jet. 4.20 p. in. Dally Except Sunday Express foi for Wilkes Barre, Scranton, Hazelton, and principal intermediate stations. 6.15 p. in. Sundays only Through train toi Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Suspension Bridgt and Chicago, connects lor New York. TRAINS LEAVE SOUTH PLAIN F1KLJ FOR PERTH AMBOY 9.10, a. it. 3.45, 5.00, 7.50, p. m. Sundays. lU.oo a. mM o.uu, s.ouu. m. xnuiiBiunvurcuu Ambov—9.30 a. m., 8.104.05, 5.25,8.10 p. m. Sun day, 10.57 a. m., 5.25, 8.10 p. m. Tickets sold to all Western Points. rot further information apply to ticke agents. READIM GBY BTEM NEW JERSEY CENTRAL Corrected to Sept 27 1903 TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBOY For New York, Newark and Elizabeth at 3.00 Mondays excepted to New York (only;' 6 35, 7 17, 7.46, New York (on).v) 7.58 951, 11.18, a. m„ 11.59 1 10, 322 4 0, 5 09 j 20, 7 45, 8 03, 9 56, p, m. Sundays, 3 uu, b 37 a. m 6 29, 9 41, p. m. For PhUaaerpnia and Trenton via Bcu'tt Brook, 7 17, 11 18, 11.59 am 1 10, 5 09p. tt Suodays, 8 S7 a. m. 5 29 p. m. For Long Branch. Ocean Grove, etc. 5.07 9 20, a. m. 12 22 . 2 27 , 4 41 7.19 p. in 12 98 (Sundays excepted; Sundays except Ocean Grove; #65, a. a . 4 54 p. m. For rreehold, 6 07, 9 20 a. m„ 12.22 2 27. 5.15 P Additional trains for Bed Bank 2.27. 5 15 5.52, 3.33 P. M. For South Amboy 0.54, 7 11, 9 20 p. m 2 2/, 3 36, 4 41 p m. 5 15, 5.52 9.29. Through tickets to all points St lowest rate may be had on application In advance to tt ticket agent at the station. W. G. Bibler, Vlce-Pres. A General Manage O. M. Boic, General Passenger Agent. RARITAN TRACTION CO. Time Table in Effect Oct. J, ■ 19C3. Cars leave Metuchen for Perth Anboy and alt points East to Boynton Beach al 5 am) 35 minu tes pa«t each hour from 6a m. to 7.35 p. m., and from 7.36 to 11.36 p. m. at 35 miuutes past the hour. Cars leave Keasbey School for Metuchen at 5 and 35 minntes past each hour from 6 a. m o 8.80 p m. and every hour from 8 to 1.8 p. m Cars leav » Keasbey for all points East every 16 minutes Cart leaves Bridge at Woodbridge Creek for Keasbev at foot of Smith Street every 30 minu teg from 6.15 a. m, to 11.45 p. m. Cars leave Bridge at Woodbridge Creek for Metuchen on the even hour aDd half hour from 6 a. m. to 6 80 p. m. and on the half hour only from 6.30 to I0.80p. m. Cars leave Staten Island Ferry for Metuchen and Keasbey Sohool at 18 and 48 minutes past each hour from 6 a. m. to 7 p. m. and from 7 to 1 p. m. at 48 minutes only and for Keasbey al foot of Smith Street at 3 and S3 minutes past the hour. Cprs leave Btaten Island Ferry for Bridge at Woodbridge Creek at 11,26, 41 and 56 .uinutee past each hoar from la.m. to 1141 p. m. WM. G. BOCK' Superintendent V No Belay. Teas—He wasn t in our parlor more than ten minutes last night before he announced that he w as going to kiss me. | Jess—The idea’ You should have had a hatpin to stick him with. | Tess—Oh' he didn't need to be spurred on.—Philadelphia Press. Tl»*» R«*t<irt ( uurS«*iMiK. Snapp—He's got a srhtine for making money that seems to be all right in the ory. | Skrapp—Huh! all men with theories are fools. Snapp—Indeed. That’s vottr theory, is ft?— PhiladetnM-. Prh'fn Herpe r. GARDELL BROS., Successor to D. McFarland. Move Furniture Carefully and at Reasonable Cast 33 King Street. BANNER SALVE Is the most healing 6alve in the world. It cures Sores, Cuts, Burns and all Skin Diseases. It positively Cures Piles S. Kingsbaker, 80 East Ohio Street. Chicago, writes: “I had a bad case of Piles for several years. BANNER SALVE cured me quickly and permanently after several doctors and remedies had failed to relieve me.” QUARAMTEED. 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PERTH AMBOY POST OFFICE SCHEDULE. Taking effect May 18,1903. Opens at 7 A. M. Closes at 7 P. M. Malls Arrive: New York. Western and Southern. 7.00a m Rahway—Woodbridge.. 7.30 am South Jersey way Mail. 8 00am Fords and Keasbey. 8.20 a m New York and Northern Way. 9 30 a m Rahway, direct. 12.00 a m South Jersey Way. 12.30 p tti Wood ridge direct.. 1 30 . New York and Northern Way. . 2.30 pm New York and Northern Way.5.00 n South Jersey Way. .... 5.30pn Brooslyu, Pennsylvania and N. Jersey u.80 p Rahway, direct. 6.80 p m Fords and Jeasbey.....6.45 pm Malls Close. Rahway and Woodbridge. 7 15 a m New lork and Northern Way. 7 30im South Jersey WTay. 9 00 i in New Y olk and Eastern States. 9 30am Fords and Keasbey. . 9.30 a m New York and Northern Way.. 11.80 am Rahwa. and Woodbridge. 12.00am South Jersey Way. 2,00 p m New Y'ork and Northern Way. 4,80 p m South Jersey Way . 4.30 pm Rahway and Woodbridge . 4.30pm Fords and Keasbev . 7 00 t> m All points. 7.00 P m Money Order department opens at 7 a m closes at 8.45 p m Saturday at 6.30 p m Gro. H. Tic*. P. M. FIRE ALARM BOXES. 28 Raritan Copper Works 28 High and Lewis 27 Madison ave and Paterson st 28 Market and First sts. 35 Smith and High st 37 State and Smith sts 43 Buckingham ave and Hartf 45 Commerce and Front sts 47 High and Washington str 54 State st and Buckingham ave 58 hall ave and Charles st 57 Railroad ave and Wayne st 62 Washington and First sts 8 Turnpike and Elm st 84 Smith St and Watson ave 85 Commerce and State sts 72 Front and Smith ate 73 Water and Gordon sts 74 Kearny ave and Gordon st 82 Smith and Herbert St 83 Woodbridge road and Washington st 64 Lehigh ave r 5 Stanford st To send in an alarm, open the door of the box and pull down the lever and let go once only, stay at box until firemen arrive. 8riCIAL 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 tais trial, S taps Fire out. 5 taps-Police call. ,2—Call foi Lincoln Hose. 13—Call for Wtishir]ton Hose 14—Call for McClellan Hose 15—Ct - for Pro* tection H. and L. ,;rt foleyshonetmar Cup®* Cold*! Prevents Pneumo v a • ' < / g-"-.. 1 .. f liuilderw and CJon-1 tractors I )ircctory. I CHRISTENSEN & FEDOERSEN 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 Anboy. N. I. J. H. TYRRELL FINE TEAMS AND COACHES FOR WEDDINGS, FUNERALS, Etc. A SPECIALTY Carting to ALL PARTS of the CITY Kesideuoe and Office; 30 Connerce St Tel. Call 34. Sand, Grvel. Brick, Flue Linings and Sewer Pipe Furnished. 35 Wood bridge Road. 17(1 Brighton An. LUND & CHRISTENSEN Carpenters and Builders Office aud Shop: 6 East Avenue. Estimates furnished. Jabbing attended to CHRIS RASMUSSEN Carpenter and Builder. Oak St Alterations aud Jobbing attended to. GRAHAM fc M’KEON General Contractors EXCAVATIN6, GRADING, ETC. Band, Gravel,.Broken Btone, Carting,Ete 244 Smith St. 225 New Brunswick Avs. 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 Office; 123 Brighton Are. _ Residence 8tate & Lewis St. F. X. URBANSKI House Painting, Paper Hanging, Interior Decorating.238 Washington 8t. JtNS K. JtNdLN ARCHITECT OFFICE; P. O. BUILDING „ gi* Residence; 850 Waahip »■* ~ Perth'jlooojr," NT, F. J. LARKIN Plumbing A Cas Fitting Steam, Hot Water and Hot Air Heating Dealer In Stores, Bangs* and Bent** Repairing of all kin a specialty. 367 State street, Perth Amboy, H. J. THE FARRINGTON CO. Suoceesors to Farrington A Runyon Oo LUMBER, LIME, LATH, MILLWORK, HARDWARE All kinds of Building Material Office. 138 Fayette street Perth Amboy, M* J E. 0. CARLSON, Painter A Paperhanger Jobbing promptly ttented to 157 Gordon 8t C. W. WINBERG Painter and Paper Hanger i4» Brighton Ave. Established in ’“580. W. J. DONNELL Wholesale andBetall.Dealer in Lumber, Lath, Cemeat, Doors, Sashes, Blinds, Mouidiogs, Builder’s Hardware, Hair aud Nails. Office and Yard; Jeflerson St.AfC. B. B. of N, J. Perth Amboy, N. i. PETERSEN & JACOBSEN Carpenters and Builders Barclay 8t._ Perth Amboy FERDINAND WETTERBERG Painter and Paper Hanger 125 Brighton Are. P. SKOV & CO. ~ Artificial Stone and Cement Works Office: 108 Fulton St., Now York City A. SMITH, Mason and Builder Estimates Cheerfully given. 34 Catherine st., nr. Hall Are. Perth R. B. SMITH Sanitary Plumber Tinning and Sheet Iron Worker. Steam and Qas Fitter. Jobbing jiromptly attended to. Shop 55 N. B. Ave. Perth Amboy, N. J. J. P. KOYEN CARPENTER tad BUILDER Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended to 90 New Brunswiok At., Perth Amboy SHOP; 17 KING 8T. 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