OF JACK MUNROE.
Says he is Nothing but a Big Buliy
—Believes Jeffries will Put
Him Down and Out.
H. P. Hanson, the local champion
wrestler, is back in town again after
a few days spent in New York city.
In speaking about his recent boat
with Jack Mnnroe, he said:
^ “Munroe is not the kind of a man I
thought he was. I always had an idea
than he was a wrestler, but much to
my surprise and sorrow I found that
I he was nothing more than a big bully.
f How he ever stood it against Jeffries
I don't know, but it must have been
when Jeffries was not well. If the
miner is in no better form when he
goes up against Jeffries for a real
fight, then I am afraid it will be all
off with him. ”
TO PLAY NEW BRUNSWICK
On Saturday afternoon the Catholic
School football team, of this city,
will go to New Biunswick, where
they will stack up against the New
Brunswick Catholic School. Both
teams have some first class players
and it will be a hard oontest.
THE GAME IN TOTTENVILLE.
Although the manager of the Totten
ville High School football team can
i celled the game Saturday afternoon,
k with the Stapleton High School be
P cause of the weather, the bovs played
I a scrub team of Tottenville players
and defeated them 5-0.
HIGHLANDS THE VICTORS
The Delta baseball team journeyed
to Atlantic Highlands Saturday after
noon where they were defeated by a
strong team of that place, the score
being 6 to 5. The diamond was cover
ed with water but they were deter
mined to plav until the finish. The
Delta’s battery as Oleson and Lind.
Satuiday ended the Delta’s season
as far as baseball is concerned. They
will now devote all their time to the
ball, which is to be given in Braga
Hall, Friday, November 13.
PEDDIE WAS TOO
MUCH FOR FORUM.
Local Boys Taken into Camp to the
Tune of 34 to 0—Peddie
The Peddie Institute football team,
of Hightstown, defeated the Forum
eleven at Hightstown Saturday after
noon by a score of 34 0. The Peddie
men outweighed the local boys by I
about twenty pounds per man, but the
Forum put up a stiff fight and won
credit for themselves in bucking suoh
a strong team.
The local boys left here on the 10.10
Pennsylvania train Saturday morning
for Hightstown. The game was com
menced at 2 o’clook and from the first
the Forum knew that it was all off.
In'the first half Peddie made 11
points, but the Forum boys still had
hopes of scoring.
At the beginning of the second half,
Peddie scored another touch down by
a trick play, very cleverly worked,
and the game was then soon over.
The following was the Forum line
up: Center, Robert Kipp; right
guard, Herbert Woglom; right tackle,
Arthur Colyer; right end, Clifford
Gillis; left guard, William Fittpat
riok; left'tackle, Virgil Shull; left
epd, Herbert Edgar; quarter back,
Frank Woglom; right half back,
Ralph Beers; left half back, William
Hartmann ; full back, Herbert Gillis.
The local boys, although they were
defeated, were loud in their praise of
FIELD LIKE A LAKE.
The Raritan football teams did not
play the pickup team as they were
scheduled to do Saturday afternoon,
on the Copper Works gridiron, because
the Cooper Works field was like a big
lake. They hope to have everything
in order by next Saturday atternoon.
ROYAL ROOSTERS WON.
The Royal Roosters defeated the
Regulars on Brogger’s field Saturday.
The score was 10 to 0. The Roosters
naturally feel highly elated over their
viotorv. The Roosters will go to
Metuohen next Saturday.
THEODORE BLOODSOOD /
Billiard andl.Pool 'Parlor
42 Smith Street1 Perth Amboy. N. i.
D. Y. RUSH’S
E 383 Ntate Street
ROWLING _BILLIARDS jj
BS-184 Smith St. Perth Amboy J
JAMES KIRBY, Prop.
A lady that lived in Racine,
She lighted her fire with ker’sene;
Straight up like a rocket
Shot poor Mre. Sprockett,
And since she'has never benzine!
—Mount Morris (111.) Index.
WOULDN’T HAVE THOUGHT IT.
Gee—Who’s the large gent?
Bang—That’s Detective McSlooth in
S plain clothes.—Chicago Daily News.
Her I,ant Chance.
The last man took his trousers ott
I And on the pillow laid his head,
Then, as he dozed, heard with a sigh,
; His wife exclaim, “Oh, Henry, I
. Forgot to look beneath the t>ed."
Animals ns Sailors.
A French scientist has made some
very interesting observations as to the
love of different wild animals for the
sea. The polar bear, he saysv is the
only one that takes to the sea, and he
is quite jolly when aboard ship. All
others violently resent a trip on wa
ter, and vociferously give vent to their
feelings until seasickness brings si
lence. The tiger suffers most of all
The mere sight of a ship makes him
uncomfortable, and when on board he
whines pitifully, his eyes water con
tinually, and he rubs his stomach with
his terrible paws. Horses are very bad
sailors, and often perish on a sea voy
age. Oxen are heroic in their at
tempts not to give way to seasickness.
Elephants do not like the sea, but they
are amenable to medical treatment. A
good remedy is a bucketful of hot
water, containing three and a half
pints of whisky and seven ounces of
The New York Outlook tells a story
illustrative of the vigilance of the Turk
ish censorship. There is a strict super
vision over telegrams. A German en
gineer in the Lebanon placed an order
with a Paris firm for some sort of a
stationary engine to be shipped to him
as soon as possible. The firm telegraphed
to inquire how many revolutions a min
ute he wanted. He answered: “Five
hundred revolutions a minute.” The
next day he was arrested. Brought into
court, the judge asked him if he lived
in Lebanon. He replied that he did.
“Do you correspond with such and such
a firm in Paris?” “Yes.” “Ah!” cried
the judge, “I know you. You are the
man who telegraphed to Paris that there
are 500 revolutions a minute in theLeba
Another Patient Lott.
Mrs. Sangazure—Doctor, what do you
think is the matter with me?
Doctor—I’m Inclined to think your
blood is not pure. I’ll have to give you
something to purify it.
Mrs. Sangazure (haughtily)—You are
probably not aware that I belong to one
of the oldest families in England!—Tit
"Every morn I bring you violets!”
Thus the lover his devotion trills.
Then they're married; after that he howls
"Every month I have to pay the bills!”
vyOTICIP *1 hereby given that the underB'gned
intends making application to the B.wdof
F.xc*se <’oiu mission ere «.f the City of Perth Am
at th»*ir next meeting, for a license t) keep a
n with the privilege of Belling malt and
'ns liqriors in the Citv of Perth Atrhoy
and in the house owued by himself at 711 State
8G7MQ-5-81 Ofw A. WAYS |
A WAY OPEN.
Many a Perth Amboy R' a. er Knows
There is a way open t.o convince tJ <
greatest skeptic. S ‘ores of fVn li Am bo
people have made ir po sible. The pu. li
statement of tlie:r experience is proof
the like of which has never been producer
bt fore in P- rth Amboy, lie id this Cas>
of it given by a citizen:
Mr. E. S. Gaiigwere, of No ISO Broad
St., an employee of the Lehigh Valley
Railroad C->. as raaclruista, says: “Then
was a dull aching pain across the small of
my back, at times extending to may hip
and legs, Alo ng with this I bad a dis
tressing kidney weakness, very annoying
especially at night. Seeing Doan’s Kid
ney pills highly recomminded in our p1
par I bad my wife get a box a* G. W.
Parisons drag store. 1 bad not much con
fidenee in them ar first but after using
them a short time I had a great deal.
They practically lemoved the pain from
my back aud hips and benefited me vny
much in every way. I know others in our
neighborhood who wore cured by the uie
of Doan’s Kidney Pills.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents
a box. Foster Miiburo Go..,-Bu-Yslq, N.
Y., sole agents for U. S
Remember the name Doan’s, and ac
cept no substitute.
Real Estate advertising in tne Even
ing News brings resWlts.
ARE SET AGAINST.BEER
Illinois Farmers Make Short Work of
a Cold Storage L'iant auti
“If there is any place in llie middle
west where the peuple are out anu out
against the saloon business it is down in
the central Illinois corn belt.” said a
drummer the other day who knows
every merchant in the state south ol'
Bloomington. “The farmers and wise
men of the little towns don’t mind tak
ing a nip of whisky whenever they get
the chance, but they’re set against any
body handing it out over a bar.
“I was down at Murdock, a little burg
in Douglas county, only a few miles
from Tuscola, a couple of weeks ago,
and I saw an exhibition of the rural dis
like lor beer that is to be sold. It seems
that some man had erected a storage
plant there and had shipped in abo::: id
cases of beer It wasn't being s. id
there, I believe, but was being shipped
to other little town!—Newman, Camar
go and Hume. Well, when the Murdock
people learned there was a booze Joint
in their town they armed themselves
with axes, crowbars and wh'aL not and
attacked the cold-storage plant. They
ripped off the roof, tore down the doors
and smashed things in general, and
when they were through there was a
mud puddle of beer about the place.
Some of the fellows gazed sadly at the
wasted beverage, but not one of them
had dared to suggest distributing the
contents of the cases. No, they’re set
against beer down there, but they all
like a nln r»rr»n«innnllxr **
New Hampshire Line That t sed to
Supply CuHtomers at All
While looking through a pile of olil
papers the Exeter correspondent came
across the following article in a New
York paper of 'the date of February ti,
1859, under the caption of "The Smelt
Railroad,” says the Manchester Union.
‘‘It is well known that the Portsmouth
railroad has to turn everything to ac
count to pay running expenses, and
many are the jokes they perpetrate
upon the conductors in reference to
their shifts to get a living. It is said
that one of them last year was accus
tomed to bring fish from Portsmouth
and peddle them out on the way to Con
"One day he brought along smelU
dealing out to customers at every sna
tion, till he got to Suncook, where h
blew his horn and an old woman can.
out and wanted six, ‘just a pattern—all
I’ve got left, you’re in the nick of lime.’
said he, and he began to count them
and found only five. ‘How’s this? I
should have six,’ and he began to count
his fingers, and reckon over how he had
disposed of the four dozen he had start
ed with. After awhiie, ‘I have it; hold
on a little while and I’ll be back,’ sa:
he: and he ran the train back soy y
mile3 to a place where he had let .
woman have one more than she i :!
paid for. got it. came back to Suncoi k
and let the old woman have the six she
wtwnuu, auu uitu tut? Biiitui ua.ni wcm
■ Erst of Proof.
“You are sure he is an honest man?"
“What makes you so sure?”
“Ho served two terms in the state
legislature without becoming unduly
“He boasts that he is a confirmed
“Pcrhays he makes a virtue of neces
“Perhaps, and yet, necessity may be its
own reward.”—Brooklyn Life.
Grace—Miss Olde says she is after a
man with money.
Barbara—Well, that may he a suc
cessful way, but I'd hate to think I had
bribed a man to be my husband.—Kau- 1
sas City Journal. \
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33 ”» Stata Street
Staten fsianJ. Rapid Transit R. R
Time Table in ePe ■ on am after May IT, I ;
Perm Amicj to Vw Yo Iv—f I .,; oi i
Smith St, daily e-y. pt ■ midays and
Holiday 5 15, 6 t2 U..x>. 7.tin, 7 '
9.55, 10.55, and 11.55 am I, . i > 2 t u, .,
4.3.1 5.30, 0.47, 7.55, 8.r.i, 9.5a i- M P.
Sundays and Legal Holt" »ya.
6.f5, 7.55, S.fo, 9 : . 0.''3, 10J: 1.'-i .
220.127.116.11, 3.55, t .55, 5.35, 6.,5, 0.55 7.5% d I ,' . .. 1
10. 0,1* M.
He..' York lo Perth Am L-'av ft
Whitehall >t. dady ex.: oi Sunday ,. . . 1. ,
Holidays,|5. 3, 0.5G',8 0' ' l".l» . IV •>•,.•
12.00 1..0 1 80, 2.30, 8,00, 4.30. 5.10, 6.510 \45,
6.35, 7.30, 8.50, 10.OC. 11. '>*12.35
Sundays and Legal Holtda s.
Ltave Now '. o-k li 05, 8.00, 9 ■ 0. 9.8»,
12.10,a m 1 .<:!•, 2.t<i,8 It ,4.00, 5.. : , 6.0., 0.....
7.15, 7.54, 8.35, 9 35, 10.80, 11.15;p.i .
i t rry between Perth Amboy and TotPnvilie—
leave Pertu Amboy da y so 13.0 5'
zG.5?, x7 85, xH 05. x8.3>>. x .53. . P xto 34
xll.65 a. in. xl.t 55, xi.55, 3'3., *2 m, x3.->5,
X4.30, x5 8 i, 6.00, X 14.I 26. x7,55,xS 55, » .5
lt‘.4o xll.30,p. m.12.40 a.m.
Sundaysanu Le al Holidays * 0.15, xC 55. .47
x8.ol), xo.2>, xt .05, 0.80, xlO.’V. x 11 ~ a i .
X18.55, Xl.55, x2.66,x 3 55, xl.5.4, x5.85,
xO 65 *7.85. x:.15, x9.15, 9.35, X-, ;. . 11,2 ,p a
12.15, a. m.
Leave To tenville dally xl.3 ,5 .3, 6 ■:
xT.10 7.50 X8.15, x9.10, xl .05. 13.40 x 4 >,.
m, *12.05, xl C5,x2.05, x2 3o. *8.40, 4.10, *4.40,
.3.40. xti.18, x6.:k. i 7.40, x8 4 , X0.40, lo 20
xll.10, p m. X12.15. x'.8C A. 51.
Sundays and Legal IIol dayB *0 25, x7.15 8 2'
*9.06, 9.W. xto.15, X1U.4 ., xll.35, a.m. *12.15,
XM5,X 3.55 x3.15, X 4.10. x\ , 5 55 x. .3
xT.10.x7.59 x'LSh x9.83, x9 50, xlO.45, Xil (0 r
rr> xl ,4 ,p in. *12.55,a.in.
♦Legal holidays only'
xl'raiu Connect on.
]. VAIi SMITH, P. H. CASSIDY,
Receiver Ofln'i Traffic. Agent
V A I. —O'—t ''
Time Table In affect Aug. 9, .*. >2
‘fattens in Hew Jerk, loot. os. or* i mult
.ttoaaea and IV ,if 2s ra stra---*.. - -; .
'i’KAIKS 1.BAT3 STATE STREBTSTA'.-..'
FOB NSW YOEJi.
6.10,8.00 am X 20 p.m. 1.80 p.m. daily conn' ■" =
■■v . way wain for Bound Brook,Stench Chunk
Weatherly, Hazelton Pwtlscllie and intcrmedl
FOB SOU XU Pi. IXNi i.hteJ.
8 10. 8.00, a. TO. 3.*0.4 20, «. Ei Ho da}
8.35 i. Lti 1.80 8 j p ..i •
Foil ''TMIfil POINT
8. - 0 a. m. Dally Except Sunday -'nnecl a-<:i
w.i express or .... Bethlehain All u
town, Pottsville, Buffalo. ' , ■ '
cago. 1’arlorCar Now York to Buffah , r.n
nects with local train for ail points cast f
g.35a. m. Suadays only, Fxpres-' train for
Buffalo, Niagara Fails, uud Chicago, btops at
Fiemiugtou Jc .
1.20 u.Daily Ficept Sunday ifxar - fo;
for IVUttea llt.r. SC’ jo'c , . lion
and prlnd i terrut
6.15 p. in, Sundays only Tlrrcugii tralxiioi
Buffalo, Niagara t»:o. - - •
and Chicago, connects to, ixuw York.
TBAIN6 DBAVii •. TH PLAIN
FOP. ."..'lie V..50Y
9. XU, a. re. 3.46, 5.00, 7.50 p. m. bunda,- .
10.85 a. m., 6.00, 7 f j o, m. ,n.. :.; r ' i*.:1
Amb —9.80 a. m., 8.104.05, 5,25, 8.10 p. m. St
(lu>, 10.57 a. ai., 5.25, 8.1Up. m.
Tlchots sold 109X1 xv, item Point
For turthca iitrcraiUJ 1 apj.• ;■
A6.SCAJDAs& XA fcr- * ', AiXKi.
NEW J1 *S'* c
Corrected to Oct. 11 1903
t.r.AVL. PiihlH eii.'Jii2
For New York, Newark and £1 ibet at
3,00 Mondays excepted >
(o,.i\> 8 35,7 17,7.45, New York (only) 7.55
IM, 11.IF. 11.59 a. : ... • 1 323 ,0 -
8 20, 7 45, 8 03, 5 to, p. Hi, .
1. T 5 S). 9 47, p. u.
For Phllaaoi, ulu a, J s. c ■ . .
Brook, 7 17, 1118 11.59 am 1 10. 6 09;'. E
ur.days, 8 ST a. n 629 p.m.
'For Long Branch. One n rtr
9 20, a. m. 12-22 4 42, 515 7.19 p.m 12 6
t-ruud ys exempted) n except Oeea
drove) if, 4 *"■
t or Freehold, 5 c. 0.51 2. m, .
5.15 p. m.
Additional trai *
P.M. For South Amboy 6.84,1 11, 9 20 p. m
2.2 , 4. 43 p m. 5 15, 8.5 , ,' -
Through ticket* to 1U ; at •"
may he hud ca applf title. :•
Uniat agent at the . iFon.
W,Q, Besiex, V re-Free & Gererei h’t rti
(1. M Hen , General i’a- - ■ g er _\ ■-nt.
RARITAN TRACT; iG. ■ GO. |
Time Table iu Efl'ect Oot 1,, ’ !.
Cars leave Meluchon for Pc mi
points East to Boyrton Beach
ies -a-1. each hour from 0a m.. 7 r m . .. .
from 7.85 to 11.S5 p. iu. at 85 minute.- .-'tne
Carslevve Keasbey School for M. . ' '
ami 45 miuiite past each 1 r ■ ro..i
8.80 p m iHut every hour fr inSto.
Cars leav ■ Keasbey fora! points 1' ever;
Car* leaves Bridge at Wo*nbridgc Cr f
Keasbey at fo t of Smith Street every 30 nunu
tee‘rom 0.15 a m. o 11.46 p.m
Cars leave Bridge ai V. re C -«ek for
Metuchco on the even hour ana h.-ilr hour tram 8
a m. *o0 30 p. in. and on the half hour onu
from li.SU to IJ. 'Op. m.
Cars leave Staten Island Ferrv for '! uche..
an<! Keasbey Sobool at IS and 45 niimuc ,v.->t
each hour from 6a. m to 7 p 1:1. and f. n.i 7
1 p. m. at 45 minutes onlj and for i *->b-y s.
foot of Stnitb Street at 8 and So minutes pectfh
Cars leave Staten Island Ferry £cr Bridge at
Woodbr tgc Creek at 11,36, 41 an i 56 mates
past each boar from’6 a. m to 11-41 p. in.
Wif. ff. BOCK
-- - w ■ . .
M\ P iMli! I: • -nt.
aneir.c. ■. of r • : h.to ir thutwcaen- !
tire!;, c i. of ; .. with Lor appar
‘Tine, isn’t ft ’ as' • r proud
father. “Can 51sue . -;t anyi; inr 'hat
you think would lmprv.c her tveu-j
“Why. yes.” O' Ss . :
“She might us© a hammer.”—CL : so
it. 1\ r . iT
Mr. Jr.- ’ -r : hit me.
Air. .; hnson —Y.’ell, ■., 1 y didn’t yo’
hab ;; r: . in yo’r pocket?
Mr. Jo- sob—1 tii
Air. Ji liason—Veil, den yo’ can’t,
blame him. He’s a rabbit-dog.™ -Judge.
Opojpp Wr.h SatUiipd.
‘‘Ho you r.< onions on r. ;. ,breath ,
to-night, G- or ?’’
“Yes, dear, b”.i I dot:'' mind them: in
fact, I -1 . . : - yc1
smell of the oric; s probal iv has Killed
the microbes.’’—Yon It . la :.:..aa.
“Have you c-ver n try money
Bpeoulatlr. in 1 ■ 1
“Yes, quit" a !oi.”
“What did yt : do with
“Oh, tht y . c:- ; - with the
rest.”—Chio: > lb• -!'• r-.-d.
f;-- • ,r to O. McFarland
'nve Fa? nitur- Care'’!!''?
fetid at Fa*. Mattie Gas:
.' ! King Mtreet.
sK [ :
For further in formation boo time table*
Tie!. • ; for r.l; points on the PennsyIrani,
i tall road m CL connections. Puduian acrom
am' • c fr ■ •' •r>t offlce.Feilh Ain'uoi
W. W. ATTE IBIiRY. General ’as. *.
Pass' r Tr flic Manager
JE10 W. OYLt ■ - iao. ..w ..
PEIU'U AMBOY POST OFFICE
Taking eEect Oct.. 12,1008.
Opens at 7 A. M. Closes at 7 P. -M.
New York, Wes rnand 3o&Unts«.... 7.0Cam
-ah way—VV a.yd bridge. 5*30 a m
South Jersey way Mail. 8 00 am
:. f i eaabey.. b.!5a UP
.dew York nd Northern Way. 8 30am
It-ibwa*. direcl . 18.00 a r
S«a- fork and Northern Way.1 ..so p m
south - .-■ y Way. 1. 3‘) p m
WooJ bridge direct. 1 So t
Nc.v York direct .. .. 2.30 pm
New Ycrkand -Northern way.... 5.00 n
south Jersey Way. — 5.30 p
Brool lyn, Penn yivania and N. Jpi sey • .30 p
Rahway, r. ct. B.3U p in
Fords and Kearney.6. 5p.m
liahwny and Woodbridge. 7,15 am
fw ■ ork a. u ortheru"Way. 7 80 am
South Jersey V. ay. 9 00 im
New Yolk an f Eastern States. . 9 30am
Fores and Keasbey. 9.30 a m
Raima and Woodbridge. 12.'J. am
iioutn leieey Wa.>. 1 i/v p m
New York and northern W y. .rr 12.30 a m
New York and N rthern Way. i,3o p m
south Jersey Way . 4.So p m
Rahway and co-bridge . 4.3spm
Foids and ikeaebey . 7 00 p in
Alt points. T.Oi'pre
Mon y Order 'apartment opens at 7 a m close*
*18.45 pin -nturday a; 0.30 p m
Gso H Tice, ?. H
FI UK ALA KM bOXE£«
£3 Raritan Copper Works
High and Lewis
7 Maaiao : ave and Paterson at
d Market aud First sts.
5 Smith ana High st
W state und Smith sis
•-> Buckingham ave and Hartf
15 Commerce and 11 • <ut sis
47 High aud Washington sir
'4 r-'tate st and Buckingham ave
.. !. til ave and Charles st
< latilroadave ani Wayne at
Wa iiingtoa and First fits
')» Turupiwe and Elm st .
fa «*.-« ; t and Watson ave
i o Conunerc and Statists
i i Front and Smith sts
. i Water and Gordon sts
‘ ? ’.irnj’ave knd Gordon st
: smith and Herbert. St
B3 v oodbritlg road and Washington st
Kl Ldshigh ave ? \ Stanford st
s ‘nd in an alarm, open ihr door ol the bo\
ujd pull dov ti the ieve ' and lei go once only,
lay at box until firemen arrive.
I tap—Break in
Harm test. 51
High street alway
taps Fire out. 5n
Jdncoln Hose 1
.action H. and L.
and alJ Skin Diseases cured by
The most healing salve In the world.
The Doctor Ssld “Stlok Te
. f ' L- Heard, of High Tower, Qa., wrttaet
t-f-xemm broke out on my baby covering hli
ody. Under treatment of our family
be v t worse aa be could not sljffe
- cod itching. We u«ed a bo* m
LhLVE on him and by the time H
e •/ as well. The doctor seeing It w*ft
v.^ick to it for it la doing him
u - - than anything I have done for him.*"
■'■^TEED, P Moe 25 Canto
’ n 'flrmmffiT——
; I:’.: .'2tiers find Con*
" TEtf&EH & ir fcDDERSEW
sons art! Contractors
f.;ce: i88 Madison Are,
Fei 67b Perth Amboy, N. J.
Carpenter and Builder.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
170 Rector street, Perth Amboy, N. J.
i. H. TYRRELL
FINE TEAMS AND
carting to ALL PARTS of the CITY
■. ce and Office; 30 Cosiwerce St.
Tel. Call 34.
and, Grvel, Brick, Flue Linings and
Sewer Pipe Furnished.
'V-i,Abridge Road. 170 Brighton An.
-1: <Q & CHRISTENSEN
Carpenters and Builders
Office and Shop: 6 East Avenue.
Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended to
£SaHAM & M KEON
EXCAVATING, GRADING, ETC.
jnd, Grave!.,Broken Stone, Carting,Kto
244 Smith St. 225 New Brunswick Avs.
A. K. JENSEN,
Successor to J. K. Jensen.
Mason and Contractor
Residence State <£ Lewis St.
F. X. URBANSKi
-Touse Painting, Paper Hanging, Interior
prorating._ 238 WasblBBtos 8t.
OFFICE; P. O. BUILDING
Residence; 350 Washington 8t»
Perth Ambqy, N. J.
F. J. LARKIN
Plumbing Sl CasFIttlrg
Steam, £iu*i Water and liot Air .-leating
i'eaier la &icveg, ano M>ater
Repairing of all <ia » v . 4Jty.
T State street, Perth Amboy, N. J,
THE FA1RINGT0N CO.
euceer to r arriugton & liunyon Oo
L ER, Llfc£, LATH,
A • i i iude of RuildlEg- Material
..*'svelte street Perm Amboy, N. J
u. 0. CARLSON,
fainter & Paperhanger
obb ug promptly ttented to 157 Oordon St
. W. WINBERG
Painter and Paper Hanger
i4» Brighton Ave.
lialablishsd in 1 °>80.
W. i. OOlMELL
\Y ilesale aud Reia.1 Dealer In
Lurcher, Luth. ument, bouts, Sashes,
B.inu. K:iiuidi(ifls, builder s Hardware,
Hair auu Nails.
nice aud Yu. d; j 7e son .Ji'C B. B. of N, J.
1‘, rtu Amoo}, i>. J.
i wHbiNAMD WlITTERBERG
Painter and Paper Hanger
125 Brighton Are.
pTsiTJv & co.
Artificial Stone and Cement Work*
Office: 108 Fulton St., New York City
A. SMITH, Mason and Builder
Estimates Cheerfully given.
h rlae -t., nr. Hall Avt*. Perth Am bo
ft. B. SMITH Sanitary Plusher
eet Iron Worker. Stean
and to Fitter. Jobbingj»romptly
: ' X. B. Ave. Perth Amboy, N. J.
J. P. KGYEN
CARPENTER and BUILDER
£ imatcs furnished. Jobbing attended tc
«0 & Brunswick Av., Perth Amboy
SHOP; 17 KING 8T.
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