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ANXIOUS FOR BOUT.
Wrestling Enthusiasts Want to See Hansen and Pascal Together. Many people who love wrestling, are waiting with interest for the date when H. P. Hansen and Frantz Pas cal, the Prussian champion, will come together again. The last time they wrestled a big crowd was on hand for the Prussian, who is a ^clever, well built wrestler, is very popular. At the bout between Hansen and Munroe Tuesday night, Pascal said that he would be willing to meet Hansen within a few weeks time, if a reason able side bet could be posted. Hansen told a News reporter that he would be willing to wrestle the Prussian and would post a forfeit of $50. The crowd wants to see them come to gether once more and that very soon. WANT TO PLAY HIGH SCHOOL. A week ago the manager of the 'Catholic School football team, John F. Murry, challenged the Perth Am boy High School to a battle on the gridiron, and up to the present time lie has not received an answer. The Catholio School football team players are in first clasB trim and they claim that tney can easily defeat the High Sohool boys. Manager Murry would like to receive an answer from Man ager Edward Keasbey, of the High Sohool. WORK ON NEW ALLEYS. t -- The work of taking out the old bowling alleys at the Hartman Hotel, has been about completed, and as soon as the place is repaired a little the Brunswiok-Balke alleys will be put down. The Friday Nights will use the alleys exclusively this season, but how soon they will commence it is . hard to say. END OF SHAMROCK II Yacht is now a Mass of Wreckage and Parts are Aeing Sold. Under the superintendence of Cap tain “Lem” Miller, the Shamrock II is almost dem olished and the old metal delivered to those who contract ed to receive it. In two or three days more the Watson design of the ship that made a very good showing in her effort to "lift” the America’s cup. The Shamrock I., on the other hand, must be hauled on shore before any thing can bo done with her, if she is to be broken up, and this will cost a neat sum. Her mast has not yet been removed and taking it out will be a further expense. The work of hauling the Shamrock III on shore and placing her in the berth occupied by the Shamrock II will be commenced as soon as the ground is cleared of the latter’s debris. CATHOLIC SCHOOL DATES. The catholic School football team has accepted a challenge to play at New Brunswiok Saturday afternoon against one of the football teams of that plaoe. They have been guaran teed half their expenses to the county seat. The Catholio School would like to hear from all local or out of town teams whose average weight is 120 pounds, John F. Mmry, Manager, Perth Amboy. MANY WERE BOWLING. The Raritan and Bloodgood alleys were crowded with bowlers last night because the weather was so stormy that the boys found bowling the real thing. Some good scores were made at both places. At the Raritan, Neal made 200, and at Bloodgood’s, Birden Golden rolled 197. THEODORE BLOODSOOD BOWLING ALLEY Billiard and Pool ^Parlor cisaks and.:tobacco 42 Smith Street' Perth Amboy. N. I. | RARITAN CAFE ; : bowling billTards : ■ B2-1B4. Smith St Perth Amboy ■ JAMES KIRBY, Prop. ■alllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! •‘Tarns Back Time in Its Flight." 11 ■ 111 A Brings back hcaJty.rc-f 111 ■ I MAW stores youthful color to I nlDI ■ 1^ 1 “gray, faded or bleached ■ — Ulin Thickens 1‘sDATTI C MAIM growth anil makes Mil ■ IMlBlymi look and feel"*w ■ ■ ■1C* I VIlyoaDg. Send Hv'CDCC nrfiL I ll'inta postnge b'rrilLC ■ BB trial bottle FREE® -e to PHILO HAYOO., 22» Lafayette st., Newark, N.J. LARGE BO-CENT BOTTUSS AT DRUGGISTS’. Foture of the Trolley. Under this head the Lancaster New Era sketches a vision of the immediate future, when troliey lines shall stretch for hundreds of ipiles without a break, and when they shall not only carry freight, but be equipped with buffet cars and even sleepers. Why not? This would seem to be the logical develop ment of this new system of traveling, and the only opposition to it that would amount to anything would prob ably come from the railroads with whose business it might be supposed to interfere. But the railroads aje al ready changing their views on the sub ject. They now regard the trolley rather as a feeder than a rival. It brings them patrons for long-distance travel, while relieving them from much (' of the local patronage which interferes so seriously with their train move ments in the vicinity of large cities. Trains and trolleys should help each other. There is room for both, and the public demands the fullest accom mnJnijnn c\n ___Philqflplnhiil T pH — ger. Working Nlgkti Affected Him. He got home late, but his little daugh ter was still up and inquisitive as usual. He lifted her up and kissed her, and as he put her dowr. she said: “Papa, do you have to work nights?” “Sometimes, my'dear,” he replied. “Why, papa?” she asked. “To get money to buy my little girl clothes,” he returned. “And toys?” she went 'pn. “Yes; and toys.” ,,,, She thought the matter over for a 7 ♦ A-rpent Then she said:. j M ’ou’t believe it’s good for you to / § ts. papa.” I a •?" he asked. makes your breath smell l.f -iQklyn Eagle. _—->■. r~~j The Clothes that are always good bear the above label. Men's Suits Overcoats Rain Coats Full Dress Suits The fairest price. Abso lute guarantee. Your money back for anything not right. For sale by f h. McCullough, Perth Amboy, N. J. Telephone “Diabolical.” Truly extraordinary is a story of th« failure of an attempt to establish s telephone service at Saint-Etienne des Gres, situated in the Tarasoon district necessary apparatus had been paSfc 'jd all ready to start for the vil lage^when the carter heard that the inhabitants, .being under the odd im pression that the invention was the work of the evil one, were determined to oppose its entry, and were resolved to arm themselves with their agricul tural implements and to make a fight of it The man said that he was will ing to confide his cart and its contents to the electricians, but that as for him self he would not risk his life in such an adventure. A telegram was for warded to Marseilles asking for in structions, and the reply came that the cart was to be left at Tarascon. What the seauel to the nresent deadlock will be remains to be seen, but meanwhile the good people of Saint-Etienne des Gres stoutly declare that they will have nothing to do with the telephone, which is “a diabolical machine.”—Lon don Telegraph. Justifiable. “But why did you assault this man?" asked the judge. “Your honor,” replied the prisoner, “it waB raining, I was five squares from my destination, without an umbrella, and he came along with one over his head and two under his arm. And he proceeded to jab one of them into my ribs!” “Discharged; justifiable under the circumstances,” said the judge.—Cin cinnati Commercial Tribune. IDST IN -TIME. Some Perth AmboyjPeople may wait until it’s too Late. Don’t wait until too late. Be sure aud be in time. Just in time with kidney ills. Means curing the back. Before backache becomes chronic; Before serious urinary troubles set in. Doan’s Kidney Pills will do this. Here is a Perth Amhoy testimony] to prove it. Engineer A. Schooner, of Paterson, engineer on the N. Y. 8. & W. R. R. who makes three trips daily between Jersey City aud Paterson, says: ‘‘When I say that Doan’s Kidney Pills are a splendid remedy for the kidneys I know it to be a fact from personal experience. I have recommended them to a dozen friends who have tried them, and I do not know of any who were disappointed in the result. I have a great deal of tronble with my back and from other ail ments arising from disordeiod kidneys, which are quite common among railroad men. I used many remedies without i :r inaneut relief until I got Doan’s Kidney Pills. A few doses relieved my aching back, and continuing the treatu.eat I was soon cured. 1 can recommend them to all railroad men as a sure cure fur backache, if taken according to direc tions.” Just such emphatic endorsement can be had riirlit here in Penh Amboy. Drop into G. W . Pari eu’s drug store and ask what his customers report, For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo, N. Y.. sole agents for U. S. Remember the name Doan’s, and ac cept uo substitute. A Ilcro in Ills Dnjr, At this time of much airship talk, one rarely hears the name of Pilate de Ro zier, one of the first to test the feasi bility of aerial navigation, and yet he was the hero of his day. A monument was erected in France on the spot where he made his last and fatal attempt. When the balloon was first Invented he scorned the idea that criminals should be sent to make test ascents. “It would be an honor to lose one’s life, if need be, in such an enterprise," he said. He died some years after in trying to cross the English channel, and he is still the ideal of Frc-r.ch aeronauts, because of his fearlessness, his enthusiasm and his love of the sport.—N. Y. Tribune. Odd Birthday Experience. Charles M. Rice, of St. Louis, recent ly had the odd experience of celebrat ing his birthday in three countries. On his twenty-first birthday his par ents enjoyed with him a birthday breakfast in Tangier, Morocco. At noon they stopped off at Gibraltar, which is an English possession, and took an an niversary luncheon there, and continu ing on their journey in the evening they had a biuhday supper in Alge bras, Spain. ;A Dangerous Experiment.^" It is dangerous to experiment with some unknown preparation when you have a cough or cold. Foley’s Honey and Tar will cure you and prevent pneumonia and consumption. Contains no opiates and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Refuse substitutes. Sold at Sexton’s Pharmacy nr\ C* One of Many. Meyer—Did you ever see a man-eat ing shark? Gyer—No; but I once saw a man eat ing catfish. “Indeed! Where?” “In a restaurant.”—Chicago Daily News. 1’uler’n Opinion. He—What does your father think of me? v She—CM >ne thinks you are a brick. “Does he, really?” “Yes, and a gold brick at that.”—Chi cago Daily News. Trent for Her. i “Why do you argue with your wife?" asked the bachelor. “Don’t you know the futility of it?” “Of course,” replied the married man; “but I have to allow her a little pleas ure once in awhile.”—Stray Stories. Of Interest To Many. It is not generally known that, more than one third of the deaths are from kid ney diseases. Watch your kidneys as you can not live without them and they can not be replaced. Foley’s Kidney Cure will cure any case of kidney disease that is not beyond the reach' of medicine. It will make you well. Sold at Sexton’s Pharmacy, 70 Smith St. Mrs. De Style—My dear Miss Van Note, I am so glad I met you. Didn’t know you were back. You must come to my converzatione to-morrow. Miss Van Note—Really. Mrs. De Style, I am afraid I sir mid not be much of an acquisition. \1Vc Ho Cltrlo_fi! irn,, rJ « ..n.rxnnlf injustice. We don't want you to talk; we want you to play the piano.—N. Y Weekly. Will Cure Consumption. A. A. Herren of Finch, Ark., writes “Foley’s Honey and Tar is the best pre paration for coughs,colds and lung troub le. I know that it has mired consumption in the first stages.” It stops the cough, soothes and heals the inflamed mem branes in the tliroat and luugs aud pre vents serious lung trouble. It is guar anteed for all throat and lung diseases. Refuse substitutes. Sold at Sexton’s Pharmacy, 70 Smith St. I NOTICE. WJOTJCE is her* hr civet. r> at. the und;r'i:T.-t lv intends making application to tie i .am e Excise f.iiini'.issitv.i'eia of li.e City oi Perth Ain boy, at then e xt meeting, (or a license '< hfcp saloon with the ptmUegt’ -- helling .t t r ipljituoue liquor© in tile I'yol A'ertii jAinbot and in the house owiieS by Union Brewing Co. Leaee at f8 Cortlaud t ll. 3651-10-2-9 *\£NP>LAW BAVIN*K1 r Laughlin Fountain Pen ISTHB HER OF 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 size, 14k. gold pen. of any desired flexibility, and has the only perfect feeding device known. Either style, richly gold mounted, for presentation purposes, S1.50 extra. Surely you will not be able to secure anything at tbree limes the price that will give such continuous pleasure and service. For Sale bjr Keasbey & Barnekov _ 335 State Street Staten Island Rapid Transit R. R. Time Table in effect on and after May 17, 1903 Pertii Amboy to New York—Leave foot of , Smith St. daily except Sundays and; Legal Holiday 515, 6.1* 8.58, 7.35, 7 85, 8 05, 8 55 184.108.40.206, and H'.55 a m. 12.55, 1 55 2.50, 3.55, 4.80 5.30, 6.47, 7.55, 8.65, 9.55,11.20 P. M, Sundays and Legal Holidays. 6.55, 7.55, 8.50, 9.25, 10.05, 10.55 '1.55 A. M. 12.55, 220.127.116.11, 3.55, l .55, 5.35, 6.l5, 6.55, 7.85, 8.15,9.15, 10.20, P. M. New 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.i0 1.30,2.30, 3.30,4.80. 5.10, 5.30 5.45, 6.85 , 7.30, 6.30, 10.00,11.06*12.25. Sundays and legal Holidays. Leave New York.6 05, 8.00, 9.(0. 9.30, 10.20, 11.00, 12.00,a.m 1.00, 2.U0, 8.WI, 4.00, 5.U0, 6.00, 6.35, 7.15, 7.55, 8.35, 9.35, 10.30, 11.45,p.m. Ferry between Perth Amboy and Tottenville— leave Perth Amboy dai.y x5.15, x6.12, 6.32, X6.58, X7.85, X8.05, X8.55. *9.66, 10.25, xlO.55 xll.55 a. m. X12.55, xl.55, 2'20, x2 50, x3.55, X4.30, x5 31,6.00, X6.47,7 26, x7.66,x8.55, X9.55, 10.40xll.20,p. m. 12.40a.m. Sundaysand Le^al Holidays * 6.15,1 x6 55. X7.55, X8.60, X9.25, xl -.05, .0.30, xlO.55. x 11.55. a. m. X12.56, xl.55, x2.55,x 8.65, X4.55, x5.85,x6.15, X6.55, X7.85. X8.15, X9.15, 9.36, X10.30. ll,20,p.m. 12.15, a. m. Leave Tottenville dally xl.80,5.55, 6.22, 6.42 x7.1*. 7.60 x8.15, x9.10. xl0.06, 10.40, xll.05 a. m.xl2.05, xl.05,x2.05, x2 85, X8.40, 4.10, X4.40, X5.40, X6.18, x6.55, X 7.40, X8.49, X9.40, 10.20, xll.10, p. m. X12.15, xl.30 A. M. Sundays and Legal Holidays *6 25, X7.15, 8.20, X9.05, 9.40. xio.15, X10.46, xll.35, a. m. xl‘2.15, xl.l5,x 2.15, X3.15, x 4.10, X5.10, 5.55. X6.2U x7.10,x7.50 xS.Sd, X9.22, x9 50, xlO.46, xll.40 p. m xll.4D,p m. xl2.55,a.m. ♦Legal holidays only* xTrain Connect, on, J. VAN SMITH, P. H. CASSIDY, Receiver (len’l Traffic Agent. JUBHIGH VAL.-L.Jiir KA1LKOAJJ ” Time Table In effect Aug. 9, 1903. Stations In New York, toot ot Uortlandt, Dee drosses and W oat 23rd streets, Penna. H. 1. Trains Lrayr Statr Strrrt Station. FOB NEW YORK. 6.10, 8.00 am 4.20 p.m. 1 .So p.m. daily connects Witi way train for Bound Brook.Maucb Chunk Weatherly, Hazelton Pottevllle and intermedi ate points, FOB SOOTH PLAINFIELD. 6.10, 8.00, am. 1.80, 4.20, p. m. Sundays 8.35a. m 1.30. 6.15p.m: FOR OTHER POINTS! train express tor Easton, BetUleham Allen town, Pottsville, Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Chi cago. Parlor Cal' New York to Buffalo, con nects with local train for all points east of Mauch Chunk. 8.35 a. m. Sundays only. Express train for Buffalo, Niagara Falls, and Chicago. Stops at Flemington Jet. 4.20 p. m. Daily Except Sunday Express foi for Wilkes Bar re, Scranton, Hazelton, and principal intermediate stations. 6.16 p. in. Sundays only Through train lot Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Suspension Bridge and' Chicago, connects for New York. TBA1NB LEAVE SOUTH PLAIN FIKLJ. FOB PEBTH AMBOY 9.10, a. no. 3.45, 5.00, 7.50, p. m. Sundays: 10.85 a. m., 5.00, 7.50 p. m. Trains arrive Perth Amhov—9.30 a. m., 8.104.05,5.26,8.10 p.m. Sun day, 10.57 a. m., 5.25, 8.10 p. m. Tickets sold to all Western Points. For lurtbor information apply to ticke: agents. HKAUiUG SYSTEM NEW JERSEY CENTRAL Corrected to Sept '47 1903 1 RAINS LEAVE PERTH AMB0? r.,1 6r» York, Newark and Elizabeth at 8.00 Mondays excepted to New Yoi a (only; 6 35, 7 17, 7.45, New York (only) 7.58 9 51, 11.13. a. m„ 11.59 1 10, 3 22 4 : 6, 5 09, j 20, 7 45, 8 03,9 55, p. m Sundays, 3 uu, » 87, а. ir 5 29, 9 47, p. m. r PhllaUeipnia and 1 teuton via Bou d б. a, 717, 1118, 11.59 am 1 10, 5 09p. m Sundays, * 37 a. m 5 29 p. m l i Long Branch, ocean Grove, etc. 5.07, 9 20, u. m. 12.22, -2 27, 4 41 7.19, p. m 12 86 (Sundays excepted) Sun - .ys except Ocean Grove) 9 55, . 4 54 p. m. For Freehold, 6 uY, 9 <*.v 27 5.15 p. m. Additional trains for Bed Bank 2.27, 5 15 5.52, 6.83 n, M. For 8outh Amboy 6.54, 7 11, 9 20 p. m 2 2 , 8 86, 4 41 p m. 6 15, 6.52 9.29. Tlnougv; tickets to an p iowe«* mi bo 1 >n al lies li. * 4V|G, HaftLia, Vice-Pres. & General Manage O. M. Hurt, General Passenger Agent. RARITAN TRACTION CO. Time Table in Effect Oct. 1,. 1903. Cars leave Metuchen for Perth Anboy and all pointH East to Boynton Beach at 5 and 85 minu tes past each hour from 6 a m. to 7.85 p. m., and from 7.85 to 11.86 p. in. at 85 minutee past the hour. Cars leave Keasbey School for Metuchen at 5 and 35 minntes past each hour from 6 a. m o 3.80 p m and every hour from 8 to tl.8o p. m. Cars leave Keasbey for all points East every 15 minutes Cars leaves Bridge at Woodbridge Creek for Keasbev at foot of 8mllh Street every 30 minu tes from 6.15 a. m, to 11.45 p. m. Cars leave Bridge at Woodoridge Creek for Metuchen on the even hour and half hour from 6 a m. io6 80p. m. and on the half hour onlv from 6.80 to I0.30p. m. Cars leave 8tateu Island Ferry for Metuchen and Keasbey Sohool at 18 and 48 minutes past i.ach hour from 6a. m. to 7 p in. and from 7 to I p. m at 48 minutes only and for aeasbey at foot of Smith Street at 8 and 83 minutes past th. hour. Cars leave Staten Island Ferry for Bridge at Woodbridye Oiwk at 11,96, 41 and 56 minutes past each hour from 6 a. m. to 11 41 p. m. WM. a. BOCKi Superintendent The Public to Decide. The publisher of a set of books and a downtown bookseller in New York are at odds over the figure at which the volumes should be sold at retail, and to settle a wager made between them, the public hgs been called upon to decide the matter by means of a ballot box, which has been placed outside the show win dow. A printed notice igviteij everypne to cast a ballot on which is to be written the price at which the voter thinks the volumes should be sold, with his name and address underneath. The 300 per sons with the highest amount on their tickets will each be entitled to a set of the books at the figure written there.— N. Y. Post Want Gulden to fnnuro. The SwiBs Alpine society has been trying for some time to persuade all guides to Insure their lives, but with only partial success. It now appeals to all tourists to engage only such guides as are insured, in order to prevent the wretchedness caused by the death of uninsured guides who have a family to support. Wanted to Know. Mother—Yes, Freddy, “Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy and wealthy and wise.” Freddy—What’s that, mamma, a new kind of breakfast food?—N. Y. Herald. GARDELL BROS., Successor to D. McFarland. Move Furniture Carefully and at Reasonable Cast 32 TCIntr Street. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Schedule In effect. 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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. 7.00a m itahway—Woodbridge. 7.30 a m South Jersey way Mail. 8 00am Fords and Keasbey. 8.30am New York and Northern Way. 9.80 a m Rahway, direct. 12.00 a m South Jersey Way. 12.30 p m Wood ridge direct. 1 80 , New York and Northern Way. 2.80 p m New York and Northern Way.5.00 n South Jersey Way. 5.80 p m Brooklyn, Pennsylvania and N. Jersey 0.80 p Rahway, direct... 6.30 p m Fords and J easoey. 6.45pm Malls Close. Rahway and Woodbridge. 7 15 am New Y ork and Northern Way. 7 80 a m South Jersey Way. 9 00 .1 m New York and Eastern States. 9 80a m Fords and Keasbey. 9.80 am New York and Northern Way. . 11.80 a m Rahway and Woodbridge. 12.00 am South Jersey WTay. 2,00 pm New York and Northern Way. 4,80 pm South Jersey Way . 4.80 pm Rahway end woodbridge . 4.30pm Fords and i^easbey . 7.00 pm All poiuls. 7.00 pm Mon- y Order department openB at 7 a m close* at u.45 p in Saturday at 6.80 p m Geo. H. Ticb. P. M. FIRE ALARM BOXES. 28 Raritan Copper Works 26 High and Lewis 27 Madison ave and Paterson st 28 Market and First sts. 36 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 57 Railroad ave and Wayne st 62 Washington and First sts 6i Turnpike and Elm st 64 Smith St and Watson ave 65 Commerce and State sts 72 Front and Smith sts 73 Water and Gordon sts 74 Kearny ave and Gordon st 82 Smith and Herbert St 83 Woodbridge road and Washington st 84 Lehigh ave t 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 Bremen arrive. SFIC1AL CALLS. 1 tap—Break in circuit. 2 taps—Drill and Are alarm test. Hydrant at corner of Jeffesion and High street al ways to be used for this trial 8 taps Fire out. 5 taps—Police call. 12—CsUsfor Lincoln Hose IS—Call for Washington How. 14-Call for McClellan Hose 15—CnR for Pro tection H. and L. FOLEYSHONEY^TA ECZEMA and all Skin Disease* cured by BANNER SALVE The most healing salve in the worM. th* Doctor Said “Stick Te It." ^ ^ Oeo. L. Heard, of High Tower, Qa., writes* eczema broke out oo my baby covering hip •ntire body. Under treatment of our faintly physician he got worse as be could not sleep burning and itching. We used a bod BANNER SALVE on him and by the time 15 waa gone he wai well. The doctor seeing It wo* curing him said: 'stick to it for it is doing Ua more good than anything I have dona Tor him.** GUARANTEED. Price 25 C—ta Builders and Con-J tractors Dircctory.l CHRISTENSEN & FEDDERSEN Masons and Contractors Office: 18S Madison Ave. Tel. 67b Perth Amboy, N. J. JOHN OBUCH, Carpenter and Builder. Jobbing promptly attended to. 170 Rector street, Perth Amboy, N. L J. H. TYRRELL FINE TEAMS AMD COACHES FOR WEDDINGS, FUNERALS, Etc. A SPECIALTYi Carting to ALL PARTS of the CITY Residence and Office; 30 Conuerce St. Tel. Call 34. Hand, Grvel, Brick, Flue Linings and Hewer Pipe Furnished. 35 Woodbridge Road. 170 Brighton Ar*> LUND & CHRISTENSEN Carpenters and Builders Office and Hhop: 6 East Avenue. Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended to GRAHAM & M'KEON General Contractors EXCAVATING, GRADING, ETC. Sand, Gravel,iBroken Stone, Carting,Sto 244 Smith St. 225 New Brunswick Atou A. K. JENSEN, Successor to J. K. Jensen. Mason and Contractor 221 Washington St. AXEL WICKSTRcv>y' carpenter Jobbing. Steam Sawing, Tiiteag, '‘ Scroll and all Mill Work. Shop and Office; 123 Brighton Are. Reiidence State & Lewis St. F. X. URBANSKi Frase Painting, Paper Hanging, Interior Decorating. 238 Washllgtei St. JENS K. JENSEN ARCHITECT OFFICE; P. O. BUILDING Residence; 250 Washington St. Perth Amboy, N. J. r. J. LAKMN Plumbing A Cas Fitting Steam. Hot Water and Hot Air Heating Dealer in Stores, Ranges and Heats* Repairing of ali Kin a specialty. 36? State street. Perth Amboy, H. J. THE FARRINGTON CO. Successors to Farrington & Runyon Oo LUMBER, LIME, LATH, MILLWORK, HARDWARE All kinds of Building Material Office. 138 Favette street Perth Amboy, N. J E. 0. CARLSON, Painter & Paperhanger Jobbing promptly ttented to. 16? Gordon St C. W. WINBERG Painter and Paper Hanger 142 Brighton Ave. Established in ' S80. W. J. DONNELL Wholesale and Betail.Dealer in Lumber, Lath, Cement, Doors, Sasbm, Blinds, Mouldings, Builder’s Hardwaret Hair aud Nails. Office and Yard; Jefferson St.&tC. B. B. of If, J. Perth Amboy, N. f. FERDINAND WETTERBERG Painter and Paper Hanger 125 Brighton Are. P. SKOV fc CO. Artificial Stone and Cement Work* Office: 108 Fulton St., New York City / A. SMITH, Mason and BuHdnr Estimates Cheerfully given. 34 Oatherlue at., nr Hall Are. Perth Am bo - R. B. SMITH Saaltary Plaster Tinning and Sheet Iron Worker. Stems and Gae Fitter. Jobbingjiromptly attended to. Shop 55 N. B. Ave. Perth Amboy, N. J. i. P. KOYEN CARPENTER ttd BUILDER Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended to rf 90 New Brunswick Ay., Perth Ab>vi| . _SHOP; 17 KING ST. i FQLEYSKlPy )