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FORUM AFTER PEDDIE.
Will go Against a Strong Comb'nation Sat \ urday at Hightstown. The Fornm football team has re ceived a challenge from Peddle Insti tute, Hightstown, for a game Satur day. Peddie is one of the strongest preparatory schools in the east and ranks among the highest in the State. Peddie will be the strongest team the Forum ever tackled. They will short ly play the Princeton Freshmeu and have defeated this strong college team many times in years past. Peddie is in the class with Trenton Normal, Pennington Seminary and Lawronce ville, the games between these schools being annual events. About seven years ago Peddie de feated Rutgers Prep, in football to the tune of 70-0 and since that time Rutgeis Prep, has withdrawn from Peddie’s class and no games have been played between the schools sincP then The Hightstown school is a trong combination and if the Forum goes down there the boys need all the practice they can get. The Forum show the stuff thev are made of when they determine to go up against a team like Peddie Institute. RIVERSIDES WANT A GAME The Riverside football team is look ing for a game Suturday afternoon with any local or out of town team, whose 'weight averages 125 pounds. They wore to have played Tottenville High School football team, but that organization expects to play against Staoleton High School. The manager of the Riversides is John Hanson, 75 Gordon street. Real Estate advertising in e Even ing News brings resnlts. WANT OCEAN RACES Lipton Offers a Trophy for Contests Be tween Sandy Hook and England. At the Waldorf-Astoria, last night Sir Thomas Lipton, who sails tomor row for the other side, said he had become an enthaeinst on ocean racing as the supreme test of yachting and of the merits of yacht designers and sailors. He will give to any yacht club that will serve as guardian of the trust a $3,600 perpetual challenge cup for a race to be sailed annually from Sandy Hook to the Needles, the race to be open to all sloops, schoon ers and yawls, without allowances or restrictions of any sort. In the opin ion of Sir Thomas the yacht club accepting his trophy should offer a cup valued at least at $1,000 as second prize. The time for the race should be in Ma v. DELTAS-ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS Manager Albert Bram, of the Deltas, received a challenge last night from the baseball team at Atlantic High lands whom they recently defeated,and the Deltas will leave here on the 2.27 Saturday afternoon over the Central railroad. HIGHEST SCORES The following were the highest scores rolled up at the Raritan bowl ing allevs last night: L. B. Moore, 206; John Vogelhoffer, 218; Harry Neal, 200; J. H. Graham, 210. GAME WAS TIE. The Royal Roosters and the Regu lars played a tie game yesterday afternoon, the score being 5-5. THEODORE BLOODSOOD BOWLING ALLEY Billiard and Pool Parlor CIBARb AND TOBACCO 42 Smith Street' Perth Amboy, N. 1. I' ‘ "rARiirAN ‘ CAFE " "j | BOWLING BILLIARDS : ■ 82-184 Smith St. Perth Amboy J Z JAMES KIRBY, Prop. m __ r, RlIRRRRRRflflRRRRRRRfllRRRRRflRBIRRRNS The Anglomaniac. I ape the English fashion, I ape the English walk; It’s ever been my passion To ape the English talk; • And 'tis this great accession— This aping pow’r, I think— Has given the impression That I’m the mfssing link. —Brooklyn Eagle. IT KII.I.S THE IIII.I,. ( “Gracious! What possible use can such language be?” “Why, lafly, langwich like dis is de only relief fer a bile on a feller’s neck!”—Chicago American. Accounted F«r, Tea, she's a charming woman— That is, as charmers go; And no one ever heard her Dispensing tales of woe. As to her neighbors’ doings. She is discreetly mum— l Perhaps the secret of It is The lady’s deaf and dumb. ’ JL —Cincinnati Enquirer. i Quite Different. Irene—She’ll never forgive him. Edgar—Why, I thought he said she was attractive. Irene—Oh, no! He said she was still attractive.-Puck. PROTECTING RIVER BANKS. Hull wny * In Southwestern Stnte* Spend Smn* on Wattle Mnttre**e* —A Stockmnn'n Wild Ulde. The levees, or embankments, which, under ordinary conditions, confine the Missouri, Arkansas, and other south ern rivers of the United States within a definite channel, are strengthened on their river face by means of wat tle mattresses, which are covered by layers of stones and earth, says the Sphere. The railway companies have to spend large sums in maintaining their tracks, which run along the river bank, by this method. The pa pers contained recently an interesting account of the warning of some of the flooded townships and villages in the Missouri valley, by Leslie Matlock —a hardy stockman, of Heppner, Ore., who rode furiously along the river side, like a second Paul Revere, shouting out to the people to get to the hills while the water of the burst river rushed along behind him. The river would pause to fill up hollows, and thus enable the horseman to get in advance of the stream. Finally he reached a telephone office, from which he was able to send warnings rapidly in various directions, thus saving a great many lives. DnnKcra of Monntnln-t'llniblnif. Three tourists in Switzerland, two of them women, were compelled a few weeks ago to spend a night standing in the snow near the summit of the precip itous and dangerous Piz Aela. All this time the rain came down in torrents, snow and rock avalanches fell round about, and one of the women was in jured by a stone falling on her head. On Monte Rosa, in the same week, an Englishman slipped and fell over a pre cipice. He had two guides, one of whom, with a herculean effort, held the rope by which the tourist was suspended more than six hours, while the other went tpr assistance. Not Located. A pig with seven feet is the prodigy C. C. Nelson, a farmer living east of there, raised and sold to a traveling agent this week to exhibit at fairs. The pig is one of the queerest freaks ever raised in this vincinity. At the knee joint of one front log two well-fcrmed legs branch out and three at the 1 nee joint of the other leg, making five front feet. All of the feet touch the ground when the pig walks, the hind feet are natural as in other pigs. Novel Tng-of-War. After quarreling over the respective Btrength of a horse and a mule two farm- | ers at Segovia, Spain, decided to settle ! the matter by a tug-of-war. The ani mals were harnessed one at each end of a cart. After a desperate struggle the mule triumphed, pulling the horse off its legs and galloping away with it. He Sawn VV«o<l. “They say,” remarked Mrs. Neighbors, “that Mrs. Peckham speaks four lan guages.” “You don’t tell me!” exclaimed Mrs. Bomer. “And how many does her hus band speak?” "Oh,” replied Mrs. Neighbors, “he doesn’t dare speak any when she is around.”—Cincinanti Enquirer. 1 r •• ■ f VEGETARIANS SAY we should eat no meat. Dr. J. A. Deane says we should eat all kinds of nourish ing food, and if the sKjmach and bowels are lazy and rebel we should make them digest it. Dr. Deane is the greatest authority on diseases of the digestive organs. Dr. Deane’s Dyspepsia Pills aid digestion and assimilation of food, and cure all forms of Dyspepsia. White wrapper if constipated, yellow if bowels are regular. Eat what you please and take / '. \ ( Deane s \ mr ^Dyspepsia) DR. J. A. DEANF. CO., V.PHIS. Kingston, N. Y. **^~mrm**^r For sale at Sexton 8 Drug Store. D3G ON A LONG JOURNEY. Traveler Moralize* on Canine ('rated Ip for Shipment Aitunn the Cant 2nent. “Passing along a city street the othei day,” said a town traveler, according tc the New York Sun, "I saw, tied on al the end of a loaded express wagon stand ing in front of an express office, a crate containing a dog, a dog that was be ing shipped somewhere by express. “Curiosity prompted me to look at the shipping tag on the crate. The do; was going to a city on the Pacific roast a long journey, but I didn’t doubt 11 would get there safely. “The crate was big enough for its comfort, and it seemed to me that tin dog was one likely to stand the journe. well, to make friends with all the ex pressmen and messengers ft met on th> way, and to get the best possible treat ment. “I’m no judge of dogs, and I may be away off on this one. hut this didn’t seem to me to be a valuable dog. It was short-haired, brindle in color, of medium size and rather lanky build, and with a rather stubby head. But if had an Intelligent and ft^endly face which was just now rather wistful. “As I put my hand across the top of the crate to turn the tag so that I could read the address, the dog reached it,j head over toward me inside, glad to meet with somebody, even if the some oody was a stranger. “It was, in fact, a gentle, kindly dog, and whether a valuable dog or not. I’ll het it is one beloved by whomever it Is going to meet over on th° other coast, and I’ll bet that it makes friends with and gets the best of treatment from every man who has thp handling of it on the waV across.” It was almost a miracle- Burdock Blood Bitters cured ma of a terrible breaking out all over the body. I am very grateful. Miss Julia Filbiidge, West Corwell, Conn. k Jockey Diet. A jockey when in training takes only three meals (or apologies for meals) a day. His breakfast consists of a thin slice of bread and butter and one cup of tea. For dinner he has a small fish and a little bit of some light pudding or he may take the latter and a very smali piece of meat. His third meal—after noon tea—is just his breakfast repeated. He is not allowed any supper.—London News. Cause and lOtfect. “Yes,” said the Arizona landlord, “1 remember the party you are looking for. He committed suicide last spring.” “Is it possible!” exclaimed the inquir ing friend. “How did he do it?” “By stealing a horse,” replied the na tive.—Chicago Daily News. nualneaa. “I see you have chicken for dinner.” “Yessuh,” said Mr. Erastus Pinkley. “I hope you bought the chicken.” “Well, no; but de transaction were strictly regular. Dat chicken has been roostin’ on my fence for months, wifout payin’ miffin', an' I reckoned it were ’bout time to foreclose.—Washington Star. A boon to travelers. Dr. Fowler s Ex tract of Wi'd Strawberry. Cures dysen tery, Biarrhiea, seasickness, nauser. Pit a. sant to take. Acts piomptly. Nothing of tlie Kind. “It seems to me I have heard that Meakus’ wife has an impediment of some kind in her speech.” “You must have got her mixed up with some other woman. There isn’t any im pediment in her speech. I’d like to sec anybody try to stop her when she begins to talk.”—Chicago Tribune. Ilurnoil IIIn IlrlalKeN. “What do you think of our author friend’s success?” “It’s the irony of fate. After he has gone on record to the effect that the pub lic is totally lacking in artistic discrimi nation and wants nothing but trash, he gets out a book that makes a universal hit.”—Washington Star. Monarch over pain. Bums, cut*, sprains, stings. Instant relief. Dr. Thomas’ Electric Oil. At any drug store. A Type. “Has an expressive countenance, hasn’t he?” “Too oppressive. It tells everybody what an exaggerated opinion he has of himself.”—Brooklyn Life. One finuil Point. “Do you think a college education is ot any benefit to men in a business career?” “Well, yes. If be fails he can blame it onto his college education.”—Judge. She VViih Wise. Miss Romantz—Yes, we are engaged to be married. Ah! he is my ideal. Mrs. Oldun—Ob! he'll outgrow that.— Philadelphia Press. Only one remedy ?n the world that will at ouce stop the itchiness of the skiiK any part of the bodrt Doan’s Ointm Mk. f Laughlin Fountain Pen IS THE PEES OP ALL PENS AND HAS NO EQUAL ANYWHERE. FINEST GRADE I4K. GOLD PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESE TWO POPULAR STYLES FOR ORLY SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES AT $3 The Laughlin Fountain Pen Holder is made of fin est quality hard rubber, is fitted with highest grade, large sire, 14k. gold pen, of any desired flexibility, and haa the only perfect feeding device known. Either style, richly gold mounted, for presentation purposes, 31.50 extra. Surely you will not be able to secure anything at three times the 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 I’m11 Amboy to New York—Leave foot of Smith St. daily except Sundays and. Legal Holiday 5 1?), 0.12 (1.58, 7.35 , 7 85, 8 U5, 3 55 220.127.116.11, and 11,55 am. 12 55,1 55 2.50, 3.55, 4.8J 5.30, 6.47, 7.55, 8.55, 9.55, 11.20 P. M, 8uudays and Legal Holidays. 6.65, 7.55, 8.?0, 9.25, 10.06, 10.55 1.55 A. M. 12.55, 18.104.22.168, 3.55, I .55, 5.35, 6. [5, 0.55, 7.35, 8 .5,9.15, lO.tO.P. M. New York to Perth Amboy:—Leave foot of Whitehall St. daily except Sunday and Legal Holidays,|5.t5, 6.50,8 00,9.00, 10.00, 11.00a.m. 12.00 1. 0 1 30, 2.36, 3.30, 4 30. 5.10, 6.30 5.45, 6.35, 7.30, 8.30,10.00,11.05*12.25. Sundays and Legal Holida; 8. Leave New York.6 05, 8.00, «.(0. 9.30, 10.20, 11.00, 12.00,a.m 1.00, 2.10,8.16,4.00, 5.00, 6.0v, 0.35, 7.15, 7.55, 8.35, 9.36, 10.30, 11.45,p m. Ferry between Perth Amboy and Tottenville— leave Perth Amboy dai y X5.15, x6 12, 6.32, x6.5S, X7.85, X8.05, X8.55. x .55, i0.25, xlO.55 xll.55 a. m. X12 55, xl.65, 2'2o, x2 50, x3.r>6, x4.80, x5 31,6.00, xb 47,7 25, x7.5S,XS 55, x9.55, 10.40 xll..’0,p. m. 12.40a.m. Sundaysand Legal Holidays * 6.15, x6 55, X7.55, X8.50, x9.2), xl .05, 0.30, xl0.56. x ll.05. a. in. X12.55, xl.55, x2.55,x 8.55, X4.55, x5.35,x0 15, X6.55 X7.85. xs. 15, X9.15, 9.85, xlO 30. ll,20,p m. 12.15, a. m. Leave Toitenville dally xl.30, 5.55, 6.22, 6.42 X7.18. 7.60 X8.15, x9.10. xlO.05, 10.40, xll .05 a. m. X12.05, xl 05,x2.C)5, x2 35, x3.40, 4.10, X4.40, X5.40, X6.18, xO.55, x 7.40, x8.4‘l, X9.40, 10.20 xll.10, p m. X12.15, xl.80 A. M. Sundays and Legal Holidays *6 25, x7.15, 8.20, x9.05, 9.10. xlO.15, xlU.45, xl 1.35, a. m. X12.15. xl.l5,x 3.15, X3.15, x 4.10, X5.10, 5.55. x6.2l x7.1O.x7.50 l8.8-s x9.22, x9 50, xl0.45. xll 4U p. m xl ,4J,p m. xl2.55,a.m. ‘Legal holidays only xl'rain Connect.on. J. VAN SMITH, P. H. CASSIDY, Receive- Hen’l Traffic Agent. VALLJSI KAJLiitOkAJU 1'ltnx. Tuhln In A ll«r O IU.1‘4 nations In New York, foot oi cortlandt, U broeses and W jst 23rd streets, Penna. R Ferries, Trains Liavr Stati stp.bbt Station. FOR NEW YORK. 6.10, 8.00 am 4 20 p.m. 1 .So p.m. daily connec’e in way train for Bound Brook,Maucb Chunk Weatherly, Hazelton PottsvlUe and intermedi ate points. FOR SOUTH PLAIN FIELD. 6.10, 8.00, a,m. 1.80,4.20, p. m. Sunday; 8 85 % m 1.30. 6.15 p. m • FOR OTHER POINTS! 8X0 a. m. Bally Except Sunday Connect with lim. express tor rtustou, Bethleham Allen town, Poltsville, Buffalo, Niagara h alls ana Chi cage. Parlor Car New Y’ork to Buffalo, con nects with local train for all points east ol Mauch Chunk. 8.35 a. in. Sundays only. Express train for Buffalo, Niagara fails, and Chicago, stops at Fleiningtou Jet. »,20 w. ui. Bally Except Sunday Express foi for Wilkes Barre, Scranton, Hazelton and principal Intermediate stations. 6.15 p. in. Sundays only Through train tor Buffalo, Niagara falls, Suspension Brldgi and Chicago, connects lor New York. TRAINS LEAVE SOUTH PLAIN FIERI FOR PERTH AM BOY 9.10, a. n>. 3.45, 5.00, 7.50, p. m. Sundays 10.35 a. m., 5.00, 7.50 i . in. Trains arrive i'ertl Amboy—9.30 a. m., 8.104.05, 5.26,8.10 p. m. Sun day, 10.57 a. in., 5.25, 8.10 p. m. Tickets sold to all Western Points. For tnrther information apply to ticks' agents. HKAOIH GBY »TEM NEW JERSEY CENTRAL Corrected to Sept 27 1903 TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBOY For New York, Newark and Elizabeth a 3.00 Mondays excepted to New Yoi (only) o ao, 7 17, 7.n>, New Y’ork lonly) 7.5t 951, 11.18, a. ill., 11.59 t 10, 3 22 4 : 6, 5 09 J 20, 7 45, 8 03,9 55, p. m. Sundays, 3 us, 3 87 a. m. 6 29, 9 4?, p. m. For Phllaaeipnia and Trenton via Bonn Brook, 7 17, 1118, 11.59 am 1 10, 5 09p. n For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc. 5.07 920, a. m. 12.22, 227, 441 7.19 p. m 12.81 (Sundays excepted) auuaays except Ocean Grove) >06, a. .u. 4 54 p. m. For t reehold, 6 07, 9 20 a. m„ 12.22 2 27, 5.11 p. m. Additional trains for Bed Bank 2.27, 5 15 5.52 6.8S P. M. For South Amboy 0.54, 7 11, 9 20 p. u 2 2,, 8 86, 4 41 p m. 5 15, 5.52 9.20. Through tickets to all points at lowest rat msv be had on application In advance to tt ticket agent at the station. W, G. Bsblkr, Vice-Pres. & General Manage C. M. Burt, General Passenger Agent. RARITAN TRACTION CO. Time Table in Effect Oct. 1,, 1903. Oars leave Metuchen for Perth Aiiboy and al points East to Boynton Beach at 5 auu 86 minu tes pa«t each hour from 6a in. to 7.85 p. m.. auc from 7 35 to 11.85 p. m. at 35 minutes past thi hour. Cars leave Keasbey School for Metuchen at I and 85 minutes past each hour from 6 a. in ' 8.80 p m. and every hour from 8 to 1.8 p. m. Cars leavs Keasbey for all points East evert 15 minutes Cars leaves Bridge at Woodbridge Creek for Keasbev at foot of Smith Street every 80 minu tes from 6.16 a. m, to 11.45 p. m. Cars leave Bridge at Woodbridge Creek foi Metuchen on the even hour and half hour from i a. m. to 6 80 p. m. and on the half hour onlt from 6.80 to IO.SOp. m. Cars leavb Staten Island Ferry for Metuche: and Keasbey Sohool at 18 and 48 minutes pasi each hour from 6a. m. to 7 p. m. and from 7 ti 1 p. m. at 48 minutes only and for Keasbey a foot of Smith Street at 3 and 88 minutes past th, hour. Cars leave 8taten Island Ferry for Bridge a Woodbridge Creek at 11,26, 41 and 56 minute past each hour from 6 a. m. to 1141 p. m. WM. G. BOCK! SnperlstsEdent !H#»a«onn1»le r)onl»(. Dashaway—I am afraid after all, old rrian. that I don't low that girl the way I might. I Cleverton—What makes you think ! th-. ? ! Dashawav—Well. I’ve hr.,n engaged to her three weeks now. a"d i haven't ■ done a single thing I regret.—Town Topics. Spnnint-d* Are Bnrknard. Spanish farm laoorers do not take kindly to American agricultural ma thincry. Not long ago a union of these i laborers destroyed one of these ma j r hi nr - >>v v of nrofPRf. . - .. ...... GAR DELL BROS., SucotiHSor to D. McFarland Move Furniture Carefully and at Reasonable Cast 33 King Ntreet. is the most healing salve in the world. It cures Sores, Cuts, Burns and all Skin Diseases. It positively S. Kingsbaker, Co East Ohio Street Chicago, writes: “I had a bad case of Piles ior several years. BANNER SALVE cured me quickly and permanently after several doctors and remedies had failed to relieve me.” QUARAKTEED. Price25 Gents i--- -- PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Schedole in effect, Oct. 0 1903 s ...». .... a *.... .... 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N«OViC-N« • X * NOC«g»NW«CB •« °! 2*£SS£S;x2 ; a NNKO)2ct'Hr4F* I < ^ : • s&ssszss s • 22222SECJ '■ — lIfiWfflsl oDOaao® cs» ® OO • • .s :SS^2S "-S ^ I : 53 jcocococot- ;t iimw* 3II i IS i i l« SoiJoJTs *l2i ziNM-szStt^a^ jr OsU^B UU1JT kU MU&CUU or ICI UU t/noooutjOk for or from Perth Amboy on notice to Agent o Conductor. For further Information see time tables Tickets for all points on the Pennsylvania Railroad and connections, Pullman accom modatfons. at ticket office,Perth Amboy W. W. ATTERBURY. General Manager. ’ . A/OOP Pass’r Tr flic Manager. GEO IV. i'OYD. Gon’IPass. Ag’t. PERTH AMBOY POST OFFICE SCHEDULE. Taking effect May 18,1908. Opens at 7 A. M. Closes at 7 P. M. Malls Arrive: New York, Western and Southern. 7.00 a m Rahway—Woodbridge. 7,30 am South Jersey way Mail. 8 00am Folds and Keasbey... 8.20 a ii> New York and Northern Way. 9 80 a m Rahway, direct. 12.00 am South Jersey Way. 12.30 p u Wood ridge direct. 1 80 . New York and Northern Way. 2.30 p m New Y’ork and Northern Way.5.00 n South Jersey Way.. .... 5.80 p n Brooklyn, Pennsylvania and N. Jersey t.80 p Rahway, direct. . 0.80 p m Fords and Jeasuey..6.45 p m Malls Close. Rahway and Woodbridge. 7 15 a m New 1 ork and Northern Way. 7 80 i m South Jersey Way. 9 00am New York and Eastern States. 9 30a m Fords and Keasbey. 9.80 a m New York and Northern Way. . 11.80 am Rahwa, and Woodbridge. 12.00 am South Jersey Way. 2,00pm New York and Northern Way. 4,80 p m South Jersey Way . 4.80 p m uuu "uuuuwugc . m i Fords and Keasbey . 7 00 pm All points. 7.00 p m Money Order department opens at 7 a m closes 1 at 0.45 p m Saturday at 6.30 p m Gso. H. Tice. P. M. EIRE ALARM BOXES. 23 Raritan Copper Works 26 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 56 hall ave and Charles st 5r Railroad ave and Wayne st 62 Washington and First sts 6i Turnpike and Elm st 64 Smith St and Watson ave 65 Commerce and Stale sts 72 Front and Smith sts 73 Water and Gordon sts 71 Kearny ave and Gordon st 82 Smith and Herbert St 83 Woodbridge road and Washington st 84 Lehigh ave r \ Stanford st To send in an alarm, open the door of the bos and pull down the lever and let go once only. Stay at bOE until firemen arrive, t 1 SPECIAL CALLS. » 1 tap—Break in circuit. 2 taps alarm test. Hydrant at corner of High st reet a 1 ways to be used for i taps Fire oui. 5 taps Police call. Lincoln Hose 13-Call for Washi 14—Call for McClellan Hose II tection H. and L. FOLEYS HONEY Cures QeMo; Prevent* I Jui l<lei~N anti (Jon-1 tractors Directory.I .■SnafnaBBBHBHHBBBHBHHb CHRISTENSEN & FEODERSEN Masons and Contractors Ofiice: 188 Madison Ave. Te>- 67b Perth Amboy, N. J. JOHN ObUCH, Carpenter and Builder. Jobbing promptly attended to. 170 Rector street, Perth Amboy, N. J. J. H. TYRRELL FINE TEAMS Aim COACHES FOR WEDDINGS, FUNERALS, Etc. A SPECIALTY Carting to ALL PARTS of the CITY Residence and Office; 30 Commerce 8L Tel. Call 34. Baud, Grvel, Brick, Flue Linings and Bewer Pipe Furnished. J.) VVoodbridge Road, 170 Brighton Ave. LUND A CHRISTENSEN Carpenters and Builders Office and Bhop: 0 East Avenue. Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended to CHRIS RASMUSSEN Carpenter and Builder. Oak St Alterations and Jobbing attended to. GRAHAM fc M’KEON General Contractors EXCAVATING, GRADING, ETC. Sand, Grave'.,.Broken Stone, Carting, Etc 244 Smith St. 225 New Brunswick Aw. A. K. JENSEN, Successor to J. K. Jensen. Mason and Contractor 221 Washington St. AXEL WICKSTROM carpenter Joboing, Steam Sawing, Turning, Scroll and all Mill Work. Shop and Office; 123 Brighton A*. Residence State <t Lewis St. F. X. URBANSKI House Painting, Paper Hanging, Interior Decorating. 238 Wasktuftai M, F. J. LARKIN Plumbing * Cas Fitting 3team, Hot Water and Hot Air Heating Dealer in Stores, Range* and Heater Repairing of all kin % specialty. 367 State Btreet, Perth Amboy, N. 3. THE FARRINGTON CO. Successors to Farrington A Banjos Oo LUMBER, LIME, LATH, MILLWORK, HARDWARE All kinds of Building Material Office. 128 Fayette street Fertb Amboy, H. J E. 0. CARLSON, Painter a Paperhanger Jobbing promptly ttented to 157 Gordon 8i C, W. WINBERG Painter and Paper Hanger U a Brighton Ave. Established in "880. W. J. DONNELL Wholesale and Betail.'Dealer In Lumber, Lath, Cement, Doors, Sasbet, Blinds, Mouldings, Builder’s Htrdwart Hair aud Nails. Jfllee and Yard; Jefferson St.AfC. B. B. of II 3. Perth Amboy, N. S. PETERSEN & JACOBSEN ' Carpenters and Builders Barclay St. Perth Amboy FERDINAND WETTEBBERG Painter and Paper Hanger 1~< Brighton Av«. P. SkOV & co. Artificial Stone and Cement Work* Office: 108 Fulton St., New York City A. SMITH, Mason and Builds' Estimates Cheerfully given. Oa h Tlnf st., nr. Hall Are. Perth Ambo R, B. SMITH Sanitary Plaaber Turning and Sheet Iron Workei. Stoaia and Gas Fitter. Jobbiug promptly attended to. Shop 55 N. B. Ave. Perth Amboy, N. J. J. P. KQYEN CARPENTER Md BUILDER Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended ta VO New Brunswick Av., Perth Amboy SHOP; 17 KING ST. It Pays to in the JEvenin; fOLEYS Makes