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This Store Open this Evening Until 8 o’clock
THE - -p
Newest Dress Fabrics I
Not only newest, but best; not only best, but lowest g
pricetl —if you consider quality. Never a season likes
this one for dress fabrics. Styles in many things access- |
itate made-to-order clothes. We can be of a service tog
you, so far as materials are concerned.
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Another large purchase of
this popular cloth will be offered
in great color varieties, 54 inches
wide: value 1.50 a yard.
All wool, 54 inches wide
sponged and shrunk, colors
black and white, brown and
white and blue and white, hard
to find a more suitable material
for a walking suit than this one.
French Broadcloth in colors
and hlack. Its adaptability for
all styles of fall and winter dress
has brought the cloth into great
Every day has added some
thing new to the grand collec
tion of novelty suitings. New
Zibelines, fancy mixed all wool
suitings, Best of England
Tweeds, values up to 75c.
f —
The Smartest Looking Waists
We’ve ever shown for early Fall wear
are on sale to-day. Mercerized Cotton
Waists which fashion has approved of
for ladies wrho wish style, comfort and
economy combined. An elegent as
sortment of white and colors to choose
from in styles which are correct in
every detail.
Special Oxford Waists, all w'liite. 98c
Heavy Vestings and Oxfords,
white and colors. ... 1.49 to 2 25
Yard Stuffs, from. 12to 75c a yard
128 ahd 130 Smith Street
Phone 108 / PERTH AMBOY.
"peace injalkans.
Russia and Austria Agree Re
garding Macedonia.
_ I
Foreign Minister* to Make Statement
as to Terms Settled by t zar
and Fraud* Joseph
at Nluercxieg,
VIENNA, Oct. 5.—As an outcome of
the conferences between the czar and
Emperor Francis Joseph at Muerzsteg
the governments of Austria and Rus
sia have sent tlie following identical
telegram to the ambassadors of those
countries in Constantinople in the fol
lowing terms:
“You were recently instructed to de
clare that Austria-Hungary and Rus
sia adhere to the task of pacification
which they have undertaken and are
resolved to persevere with the pro
gramme drawn up at the beginning of
the year notwithstanding the difficul
ties hitherto oppost ,1 to its execution,
for indeed, while on the one hand the
revolutionary committees have provok
ed disturbances and deterred the Chris
tian population of the three vilayets
from co-operating in the execution of
the reforms, on the other hand the
representatives of the sublime porte
intrusted with their application have
been generally wanting in the neces
sary zeal and have nut been imbued
with the idea which inspired these
"Both powers are united in the de
termination to show that it is tlieir firm
resolve to insist on tin* execution in
their entirety of those reforms which
were accepted by the |»orte and which
are calculated, to guarantee general se
curity. In this connection you will re
ceive detailed instructions without de
“While the powers recognize to the
A Choice Line of ;
-AT THR- \
le’s Meat l
518 State Street, • Telebhone 31-m '
247 New Brunswick Avenue, Tel. 109-i t
Jos. Polkowitz & BrOj j
full the porte's right and duty to sup
press the disorders fostered by the'in
surrectionary agitation of the Mace
donian committee they at the same
time deplore the fact that this sup
pression was accompanied by excesses
and cruelties from which the peaceful
Inhabitants suffered, it therefore ap
pears to them lo be their urgent duty
to come to the assistance of the vic
tims of these regrettable occurrences,
and the above mentioned instructions
will acquaint you with tlie details of
tlie humanitarian action which they
deem necessary with the object of sup
porting the inhabitants who have been
deprived of all means of existence, fa
cilitating their repatriation and restor
ing the villages, churches and schools
destroyed by Are.
‘‘The Austria-Hungarian and Russian
governments entertain the Arm hope
that their continued endeavors (o es
tablish a lasting peace in the sorely
tried provinces will attain their object,
and they are convinced that their im
partial advice will be heeded by all to
whom it is addressed in their own in
“By command of his majesty, my
august master. I request you to com
municate tile foregoing to the Ottoman
government after you have arrived at
an understanding with_your Russian
[or Austrian! colleague, who has re
vived identical instructions.”
Iltittl*' at Il<*nilr-lvaplH Ciiu»e* Hwiitj
I.onm 4it* Life.
SOFIA. Bulgarin. Oct. 5. News lias
ieen received here from the frontier of
lerious fighting between Turkish and
iulgarian troop* at iJetnir-Kapia, both
tide* sustaining losses. It is reported
liat the Turks attacked a Bulgarian
rentier post.
It is asserted that the Turks have
'requently attempted to provoke hos
ilities. firing into Bulgarian territory
ind crossing the frontier to steal horses
iml sheep. Tiie war otfice here is work
itg at high pressure, and 24,000 recruits
vi 11 be called out tliree months before
he usual time, l’rince Ferdinand lias
lanctioned numerous other measures
if a warlike nature.
hisputches from the frontier received
,t the revolutionary headquarters re
iort that the refugees in the mountains
re in a terrible condition through
heir pursuit by I lie Turks and cold and
itinger. Many are dying.
Twenty Turkish villages in the ltaz
ng district have been burned. The
arge village of Banisko is saiil to have
ten destroyed and its 2,000 Turkish
[(habitants killed.
[flie insurgents have received a severe
neck as a result of their operations in
he Struma valley, where, after a drel
ive fight in the ' pen with the Turks,
he insurgent chief, <!eneral Zontcheff,
tras compelled to send urgent messages
br re-enforcenif nts.
For real estate see page 2.
Store closes every evening at
8.30, Saturdays at 10.
Here's for another enthusias
tic week ! !
New Fall^
Dress Goods
at special prices.
All wool Broadcloths Black
and colors, fine finish
value 1.25 at.85c
38 in. Yankee Homespuns,
and all wool Zibelines, 20
patterns to select from, |
value 69c at .49c
White, plain and figured
Mohairs, 36 in wide,
value 65c at.45c
All wool mixtures, blue,
green, and grey, value
38c at.25c
Department Store
.400 State Street.
••Deadwood l)lck" to lie (aimed twain
IiEADWOOI>. S. It.. Oct. 5.—The an
nouncement that "Pcadwood Hick” is
to lie tendered a position wltli oue of
(lie big express companies as guard on
transcontinental trains lias served to
■•all public attention once more to the
famous scout, bandit hunter and leader
of "the shotgun men” who guarded
the Wells-Fargo express treasure from
the Black hills to civilization a quarter
of a century or so ago.
Klectric Cars Collide.
WALTHAM. Mass., Oct. 8. — Two
electric cars of Plic Newton Street Bail
way company collided on Main street.
Nine passengers were thrown to the
ground front one of the ears, and Mrs.
John Sterling of this place was in
ternally injured. The others escaped
with painful bruises.
Superintendent Dying l-'rnni Arnault.
OBEKXWOOli. Ind.. Oet. 7t. .James
Bush, assistant superintendent of the
electric company here, was found in
an unconscious eonditiWn and dying
from wounds on the head, evidently
made by a blunt instrument. Two
strangers were seen leaving the boiler
room where he was found, but there
Is no clew.
New Cabinet at Iteltfrnde,
m.ia.iiiAi nv rvTviii, net. o.—a new
cabinet lias been formed, led by Gen
eral Grilles as premier and Addra Nik
olios as foreign minister. The change
is apparently due to differences of
opinion regarding the policy which
should be adopted toward the regicides.
Mlwsouri KJnrtliiiiiiikp.
ST. I .GUIS, Oct. 5. A severe earth
quake shock was fell here shortly after
9 o’clock last night. Windows rattled
violently, and several houses trembled
so that the occupants feared they would
fall. The shock was felt also at Hie
Soto and other Missouri towns.
ArpliliiMlioii Kaiii Itrttrr.
BALTIMORE. Hit. o. Archbishop
Ivain is much improved, but his condi
tion does not yet warrant the hope that
he will entirely recover from the ail
ments from which he is suffering. Con
sultations of five specialists and house
physicians will be held today.
IOrnt Snow In \nrlh Star Slnte,
FERGUS FALLS.. Minn.. Oct. 5.—
Snow began falling here and contin
ued for more than three hours, several
inches covering the ground. It was the
first of the season and was driven by a
high northwest wind.

With the opening of the New York
City college, of Pharmacy, tomorrow
morning, Perth Amboy will have four
students present. Hadden Seaman,
John Williams and Arthur Phil o will
fake up the two years course, while
Arnold Lund will enter the three
year course.
The home of Mrs. Thornall, Jeffer
son street, had a narrow escape from
fire last night. A lighted lamp fell
over and things were burning merrily
when Sergeant Mulligan and others,
who chanced to be near, came in and
quenched the flames. Damages were
about $35.
Tho Ladies Aid Society, of the Bap
tist church, meet this afternoon in
the chapel.
The trustees of the .Baptist church
meet tonight at 8 o’clock.
The ministers alliance, of this city,
will meet in the parlors of the Pres
byterian church Wednesday at 2
o’clock. Rev. S. T. Jackson will
speak on Evangelistic Work.
Miss Josephine Moss, of Anderson,
Ind., is visiting Mr. M. A. Metzncr,
of Rector street.
Mr. Louis Wilton, formerly of this
city, now of New York, spont Sunday
Mr. L. D. Ranks, formerly of this
city, was n visitor horo yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Do.yne, formerly of
this city, now of New York, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs M. Slobo
Mr. and Mrs. Philin Sobodien and
Miss Sophie Slobodien, of Carteret,
attended the corner stone laying cere
monies yesterday.
Mr. E. L. Gluck is no longer in the
employ of H. Shragowitz.
Miss Anna Berger is visiting her
sister, Mrs. B. Goldman, of Hall ave
Mrs. M. H. Burke, of Somerville,
N. J., was a visitor here yesterday.
'i'he Y. M. H. A. are making great
preparations for t'leir basketjnarty to
he held in Wilder Music Hall, Octo
ber 15.
There will bo a meeting of the
Higli School Alumni, Thursday, Oc
toiler 8.
Mr. Fnrnk Campbell, of Washing
ton street, was an ont of town visitor
Andrew Johnson, 78 Washington
street, is the father of a fine baby
girl. It arrived Saturday.
Tried to Save tlie Van Worm era.
WEST POINT, N. V.. Oct. 5.—It has
been learned here that the message
sent to Warden 1 >eyo of Clinton prison'
asking for a stay in tlie execution of
the Van Wormer hoys and signed ‘‘By
Order of the President" was tiled by a
stranger who alighted from a West
Shore train and who after delivering
the message to the operator got aboard
the train again. He is described ns
being well dressed and wearing a Van
Dyke beard. The train runs only be
tween New York and Newburg.
Fr«ii»«*i* Hloinlcood Hall l)i*nd.
PLATTS BURG, N. V.. Oct. 5. Th«
Rev. Francis Bloodgood Hull, for thir
ty-nine years pastor of the I’eristrome
Presbyterian church of this city and
probably the most widely known cler
gyman in northern Now York, is dead
here of bronchitis, aged seventy-sis
IT1 ■ I
I( the only store in Perth Amboy carrying 2 kinds)
All patterns ioe and we wish every women to know that we
have all patterns—in stock. Those who know, say our pat
terns are equal to any 25c patterns.
is in. And larger assortment, better quality or prettier styles
would be hard to find. Besides we give you the “Corset-lined”
without extra charge.
Wrappers as good as anybody would wish to wear from 75c
to 2.50 \lso very winning selections of girls dresses.
The plain ones at 49c are good. And those from 75c to
2.00 re captivating. See window display.
166 SMITH street
Q Cor. Madison Ave., - Perth Amboy
B. S.—Have you profited by our special suit offer on Saturday? Many have.
H Bette1! come and see.
Mrs. Eva Barnett and a party of
young people left this morning on
Milton A. Edgar’s launch, Helen B.,
for a four days cruise on Long Island
Sound. They land at night and sleep
in the various hotels along shore.
Mrs. Dillon entertained the mem
bers of the Carol Club at her home, in
State street, Saturday afternoon.
This was a social meeting of the
members and no business was dis
cussed. It is expected the club will
reorganize for the winter in a short
Michael Micszknwski has moved lrs
barber shop from 15 llall avenue to 14
Hall avenue, lie lias purchased new chairs
uid mirrors and it has a very fine appear*
auce, it is the finest in' town. Mr.
Mlcszkowski is also a great lover of
flowers as his windows will show.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Bolilke are
at present making their home with their
paaeuts on Elizabeth street.
Mrs. I). 8. Hollander spent Saturday
in Ntw York.
Mrs. Bertha Hulsmau visited friends at
Brooklyn ou Saturday,
Mrs. Peter Lund, of New York, visited
here for a few days this week.
Mrs. Lousia Moore, of M> tuchen, spent
Saturday with friends on Easton s.r<et.
Mr. M. Dorewitza took a trip to New
York on Saturday on business.
Mr. Soreu Nickelson spent Saturday
and Sunday at South River with friends.
Mrs. Anna ^ elson is visiling in town
this week.
Tlw*rp>a \niiRlm Dpnd.
WORCESTER, Muss., Oct. 5.-Mrs.
William 11. Mestnyor, known profes
sionally a few years ago as Theresa
Vaughn, is dead at the Worcester In
sane hospital of paresis. She was a
member of the Ott family, famous in
theatrical circles.
Service fn Honor of Pin* X.
BALTIMORE, Oct. 5.- Special serv
ices were held at the Baltimore cathe
dral in honor of the election of Pius X.
Cardinal Gibbous preached the sermon
at high mass and was attentively lis
tened to by a congregation that filled
the edifice.
Dealer In
Ch.oi.oo Family Groceries
Provisions, Etc.
Freah stock constantly received
lor. Prospect ami Smith Htn(
Gordon st. Price $5,000. Terms to
suit. Lot 06x120, ten rooms, all im
provements. A. M. Johnson, 89 Water
street. 3498-9-14-tf
be familiar .with terra cotta con
itruction. Rogers Terra Cotta Co.
Moorestown, N. J. 3666-10-3-8
housekeeping on or near Smith st.
Address “Rooms,” News office.
WOMEN "\VANTED—By the Vaseline
factory for their work, Wednesday,
October 7th. Apply on premises,
3rant st. Twenty required.
3663 10-3-3
V BARGAIN-FOUR desirable busi
ness lots on State street, $500 each.
Pratt-Brown Co., 101 Smith st.
IFOR RENT—STORE and throe large
rooms on State st. Enquire P. E.
[Jordon, 1 Miller st. 3633-10-1-tf
charaoter and good reputation in
lach state (one in this county requir
ed) to represent and advertise old
established weatlhy business house
if solid financial standing. Salary
S21 weekly with expenses additional,
ill payable in cash direct each Wed
lesday from head offices. Horse and
larriage furnished when necessary.
References. Jinclose self-addressed
mvelope. Colonial, Caxton Build
ng, Chicago. 3302-8-18-tf
FOR RENT—A BARN and stable,
onitn hla 4'nr am a L avaa i«a a t
Sews office. 3164-7-25-tf
sets are the popular thing. Orders
;aken for studB, cuff buttons and belt
suckles, also hat pins, at 114 Rector
street. 7-17-tf
Sewing machines, all makes, lowest
narket prices. 336 State street, A.
Jensen, dealer. 3046-7-10-tf
FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horse ^
power steam engine and boiler.
Second hand. Excellent condition.
Manufacturer, care of Evening News.
_ 4-8-tf
301LER AND ENGINE for sale at a
bargain. Sturtevant 10 borse power
steam engine and boiler in A 1 condi- !
;ion, cost $44)0, will sell for $250. In ]
lse 3 years. Address O. D., News
Hffice. 9-12-fcf,
VJ’OTIOIT ’■% hereby pi j«h rlmt the underr^nci
jl ^ intend® milking uu;i!ir.atioTi to the M
<'ominlsfliom»rH*«it the Pity of Perth 1
•. «.ttli ir nextine tinr, for a ltr«»nfloLj keej
i v.ili the pnvi e^o of H'dlmt? Jialf
• j lit*i «>rp In the City of Perth A»j
rd in the house owned by himself at 7J1
ft-2t o e w. A.
Are Now In.
Our line, is as complete as auy in
the, city, and we would be pleased
to have you call and inspect
All work by experienced tailors.
All repair work satisfactorily done.
83 Smith Street, Tel. 19:1.1 Perth Amboy
Bargains in real estate are to b<
found in the real estate column ot
nacre 2.
Ido not advertise any style of gold glasses for
3,50, and when you come to me talk you into
paying more, and be id**s
you save time and trouble
by having your eyes treat
ed at home. I fully guar
antee all my work.
Opt. !>.,
Smith St., over Salz & Steiner's store, Tuesday
and Saturday, 1.80 to 7 p. m., side entrance,
formerly 15 Maiden Lane, N. Y. city.
WHEN IN NEW YORK don’t fail to
IssuR-Cafe Dnesing n
87 Cortlandt St., NEW YORK I
Cafe and Dining Room 1
Adjoining I* R. R. Ferry Stairs. M
At my office your
receive F it K K O
CHA R G *\. an honest, ^^B
thorough and scientific
examination. by an Oca- dfl
Jisi who has practic d eye-diseases for* 25 ye*rs, ^B
anil proper glasses fitted for $1.00 upward. Rep Hjgjj
utatlon is what I am after, and • on ca i relr up'
on getting good, honest value fo- your money- y 1
as many readers of this pape»* wi I estify. DR‘
KRIGDEN; Oculist, vDO RltOAItWAY (near
Fulton 8t.), N. Y., Room 202, over drug store
Hoir s 9 to 0.
Hotel Central shs-is
Wi n ®s, Liquors
So n TT7P x> Goods n tail ed
• oril AiIjII, ,lt whoiesa'e
Cor. State and Smith 81. „ prices. . . .
01 Smith St., Cor. High, l’ierceftWataon Rd(? 1
Hair Dressing, Shampooing, Scalp treatment J
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. -T:
Painters, Paper Hangers, House J
and Church Decorators. fl
12 Centre Street Perth Amboy, N. i. V
We most respectfully solicit a share of
your favors and pruarantee satisfaction.
L PERELMAN, Pawnbroker .
|^"Ladles and Gentlemen: I have a great
many beautiful articles left from the last sale
— Watches. Diamonds, Rings, which I offer to
sell at very low prices. All goodB guaranteed as
L. Perelman, 386 State St.
Tide-Water Trans, clfl
Executive Offices: 31 Broadway,
Pier 6, North Riv^^H
Leave PERTH AMBOY, 12 notS^JJ
Telephone Connection. |
Telephone No. 8
Engineers, Founders
General and fipecial Machine Pattern
Boiler and Blacksmith Work.
Coal in any quanifW
---— at tho Lpwm|
(||oo<l Market Prices|^|
' Yard; Now Brunswick Ave., and \) JJ
Lehigh Valley Crossing. 0
|| Tel. 81. Perth Amboy, H. J. jj jjy
For Sale Cheap! I
One set automobile tires.\ J
/Hyman Shragovit^ ^
_Lock Post Office BOX 7H 1
•tops the couth an d heel* lung* I

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