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| THE WORLD
I OF SPORT
PASCAL COMING TO MEET HANSEN
IN THIS CITY TUESDAY NICHT.
Franz Pacsal has accepted Hansen's
challenge and will appear on the mat
in this city Tuesday, October 27.
Hansen is going on the road, but be
fore leaving, determined to give Pascal
the chance he was looking for so that
I the local sports could not say he
cravyled- The match will be mixed
style, best two out of three, pin falls
only to count. The winner of the
shortest bout will decide the style of
the third one.
The match has been made in a hurry
for Hansen wants to get started. The
articles of agreement were sent to
Pascal Saturday and yesterday they
were returned by special delivery,
signed, accompanied by a forfeit of
$25 in case the match should not take
place. Pascal is known in this city
as a clean wrestler. He is the hard
est proposition Hansen ever went up
against. Pascal has muscles like iron.
The accompanying cut shows one of
the fetes he performs. He has sup
ported 3,200 pounds on his chest, or
the weight of twenty men. He lifted
a man weighing 145 pounds six times
above his head at arms length with
one hand. The match Tuesday night
promises to he a great one and the
: sports will turn out to see the Prussian
' wonder if for nothing else. Hansen
I fully realizes what he is up against
I for he remembers the last time he
| tackled Pascal.
FACTORY LEACUE IS
CETTINC INTO SHAPE.
Meeting Held at Home of W- A. Me
Coy and Committee Appointed
to Adopt By-Laws.
At the meeting of the managers of
the factory baseball teams, Monday
night, at the home of A. C. McOoy,
Kearny avenue, to talk over the plans
for forming a baseball league for next
year, six teams were represented.
They were: Raritan Copper Works,
Cable works, Standard and Perth Am
boy terra cotta works, American
Smelting and Refining company. A
committee of three was appointed to
draw np a set of by-laws and report
on the same two weeks from Monday.
They were Chris Weirup, James
Cleary and Albert Del-eon. After the
by-laws are adapted officers will be
•fleeted and meetings held weekly.
I Gettings There.
§ “So your daughter belongs to the laoies’
3 auxiliary of the Cniversal Peace so
3 ciety?”
A “Yes;—and let me tell you. she Is fast
I fighting her way to the front In that or
I eanlzation.”—Puck.
PIENING AND PARDELLO.
Will Meet Tonight in New York—Graeco
Roman Rules.
John Piening, the Graeco-Roman
champion wrestler, will meet Leo
Pardello, the Italian heavy-weight
wrestler, at the London Theatre to
night. The men are to wrestle nnder
Graeco-Roman rnles, with all holds
except the strangle hold to count, for
a purse of $100. Jim Galvin, the Irish
Giant, is also billed to meet Neil
Olsen, the big Dane.
DELTAS MET LAST NIGHT.
The Delta baseball team held a
meeting last night at the Raritan
alleys. The committee of arrange
ments have completed arrangements
for Braga Hall and everything will be
in order for their ball, which will be
held Friday November 13.
ROOSTERS AND REGULARS.
The.Royal Roosters and the Regulars
will meet on the gridiron Saturday
afternoon. The game, whioh will be
played on the Brogger field, will be
called at 8 o’clock.
m THEODORE BLOODSOOD
■ BOWLING ALLEY
i Billiard and Pool Parlor
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
42 Smith Street1 Perth Amboy, N. I.
SPORTIHG GOODS.
i-AT
D. V. RUSH’S
383 8tate Street
Lr 'RARiTAN CAFE "T
m: BOWLING \ BILLIARDS ;
32-134 Smith St \Perth Amboy J
W £ JAMES KIRBy, Prop. -
A-■ -
Good Gild.
“Did you engage the cook, C§a,r?”
said the young husband. \
“Yes, I did,” replied ithe young
wife. \
“Do you think she’s a good\cook?”
“She must be; she says ■sheV'oes to
~ church twice every Sunday!’V-Yon
C kers Statesman.
Same Tiling'. t
Hp Mrs. Crimsonbsak fat the ball game)-l
-W.What does it mean, John, when the ma1'
r at the bat throws the bat down and «/
tires to the bench?
Mr. Crimsonbeak—Why, it means the
same as when a woman leaves the room
and slams the doc after her.- /
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SANCTA SIMPCICITAS.
1 “Auntie, ought Bertie Wilson to have
smiled so often at me in church?”
“No, dear. Where was he sitting?”
“Behind me.”—Punch.
Ontneaa.
The bookkeeper buzzes the blond steno®,
The office boy loafs about.
The cause? The boss Is out, of course.
The effect? Why, the boss Is out.
--Puck._
Wnofeil Client}-.
"James, dear,” said the young wife,
with a sigh long drawn out “why is it
you never talk sweet nonsense and
never flatter me any more, as you did
during our courtship?”
“Because it isn’t necessary,” replied
James. “My employer always told me
It was a waste of time to praise the
goods after the sale had been made.”—J
Cincinnati Enquirer. / i
■ Lrr ■
I
ff not what better proof can Perth
Amboy residents demand
It’s fr m a citizen.
It may be a neighbor.
You can readily investigate ib
The m o-.* investigation, the more con
vincing tin1 proor,
Mr. Jerry All< n of 108 Division St.,
say*-: •* I had a lame back and dull pains
across my loins. Often at night, alter
ly ing in one po-ition for some time, it
ached terribly and I li .d to have my back
rubbed before 1 could go to sleep again.
If I took cold it alway settled in my kid
neys, and at such times I suffered very
much. If I stooped it was a difficult
matter to straighten again. I doctored
and used almost, every kind of kidney
remedy and ci vered my back w ith plas
ters, but I never gut anv lasting relief. I
read about Doan’s Kidney Pills curing
such complaints and I got a box at G. W.
Pariseu’k drug store. They are the only
medicine that ever permanent y helped
me. Owing to my age and the origin of
my trouble I did not expect to be com
pletely cured, but it means a good deal
to me to bo able to feel easy and comfort
able.”
a ui oftio v/jr an uoaioioi a a ipu uu uoiiid
a box. Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for U. S
Remember the name Doan's, and ac
cept no substitute.
One Way to Calafornia.
Via the well known New Jersey
Central-Lackawanna-Nickle Plate
Ronte, passing through the pictures
que Lehigh andj Wyoming Valleys,
Mauch Chunk, Scranton, Buffalo,
Cleveland, Chicago, Omaha, Denver,
Colorado Springs, Salt Lake City,
Ogden, heart of the Rockies and all
points of interest. Tickets sold to
common points in California from
your home station, and so arranged
that sleeping cars may be used the en
tire trip from Scranton if desired.
I Double berth, Chicago to California,
|6, or from Buffalo ,in through car,
$7.50. Any line west of Chicago may
be used. Tickets on sale every day
till November 29th, 1903. Good on
any train, any ronte, any day. We
make all arrangements, thus relieving
passengers of responsibility. Low
rates to other noints in the west.
Write or see Ira E. Whyte, District
Passenger Agent, Asbury ark, N. J.,
for further advice.
3763-10-16-3t-o.e. w.
OCTOGENARIAN’S HOPE.
Buffalo Merchant of Four Score Year*
Contemplate* Retarn to C'hl
eago “In a Few Year*.”
Admiration for Chicago, amounting
almost to love for the western metrop
olis, *ls seen dally in people who have
made their homes elsewhere, says the
Chicago Tribune. This was illustrated
the other day in Buffalo, when a man
80 years old lauded the city in which he
had been a pioneer, and which he had
not seen since he was a youth.
Two Chicago women, waiting for a
train in Buffalo, entered a queer old gen
i eral store near the river. An old man,
puffing a clay pipe, ordered his clerks
to bring chairs, and sat down to enter
tain his visitors.
“Do you live in Buffalo?” he asked
The women answered that their homes
were in Chicago.
“Well, I declare!” said the merchant,
joyfully. “That the finest place on
earth. I used to live there 60 years ago;
had a store in South Water street. I
tell you it was a great place for a young
man! Ferdinand Jones owned a lot on
the north side, and you could buy a big
chunk of State street for $3,000.
“I’m going to sell out here in a few
years and go back and open another
store there. There’s a lot of money to
be made there yet.”
The visitors hurried away to catch
their train and left the merchant of four
score years contemplating his return to
Chicago “in a few years."
Curious Action of Radium.
A Russian doctor named Loudon, of
St. Petersburg, has published some in
♦o.’.ictinp' nhservatioriR relative to the
action of the Becquerel rays on the
nervous system and cn the eye. He
found thait when a box containing bro- i
mide of radium was placed in a cage in
which mice were kept the animals be
came paralyzed and comatose, and died
in five days. He also found that persons
who are either totally blind, or have
only the feeblest possible perception of
light, are peculiarly sensitive to the
Becquerel rays, and are able to form
visual conceptions of the contour of ob
jects the shadows of which are shown
on a screen by means of the rays.
Hnrnienf Like Football.
Among the Burmese football is as
popular as it is in English-speaking
countries. But the Burman scorns to
wear boots. He kicks and shoots goals
with his bare feet.
l*OMtul Lorn? on It* Travel*.
A post card sent from Berlin to Turin
on June 7, 1877, has just come back
stamped “Address not known.” The
writer has been dead 24 years.
Understood.
“Mr. Spoonamore, whAt color do >ou
call Miss Garlinghorn’s hair?"
“Is she a friend of yours, Miss Cala
mus?"
"Yes
“It’s une.
Laughlin
Fountain
Pen
I* THE PIER OF ALL
PINS AND HAS NO
EQUAL ANYWHERE.
FINEST GRADE I4K.
GOLD PEN
i
YOUR CHOICE OF THESE
TWO POPULAR STYLES FOR
ONLY
.00
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 hat the only perfect
feeding device known.
Either style, richly gold
mounted, for presentation
purposes, J1.8) extra.
Surely you will not be
able to secure anything at
three tines 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, 190!
Perui Amboy to New York—Leave foot oi
Smith St. daily except Sundays and'Lega
Holiday 5 15, 6 12 6.58, 7.35, 7 85, 8 05, 8 51
9 55,10.55, and 11.55 am. 12 55 1 V, 2.50, 8.55
4.3J 5.30, 6.47, 7.55, 8.56, 9.55,11.20 P. M,
Sundays and Legal Holidays
6/6, 7.55, 8.50, 3.25,10.05. 10.55 T.55 A. H 12.55
l. 55,2.55, 3.55, .55, 5.35, 6.l5, 6.55 7.85, 8.15,9.15
10.. 0,P. M.
New York to Perth Amboy:—Leave foot o
Whitehall it. dailj except Sunday and Lega
Holidays, 15.55. 6.50,8 00,9,00, 10.00, 11.00 a. m
12.00 l.'O 1 SO, 2.30, 3.30, 4.SO. 5.10, 6.30 6.46
6.35, 7.30, 8.30, 10.00,11.M> *12.25.
Sundays and Legal Holida s.
Leave New Vot'k.6 05, 8.00, 9.10. 9.30, 10.20, 11.0C
12.00, a.m l.W, 2.00,8 11,4.00, 5.00, 6.0., 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, z6 12, 6.32
X6.58, x7 85, x8.05, x8.56. X .55, 10.25, xl0.5
xll.55a m. xl: 53, xl .35, 2‘20, x2 50, x3.55
X4.30, x5 8 I, 6.00, xb 4r .7 20, x7.55,xS 55, X9.55
10.40 xll.20,p. m. 12.40a.m.
Sundays uut Le<at Holidays* 6.15, x6'55. X7.55,
X8.50, x.l.2o, xl .05, 0.30, xlO.56, x 11.65. a m
X12.55, xl.55, x2.55,x 3 66, x4.55, x5.35,x6 15
x6.5o X7.85. X3.15, x9.15, 9.36, xlO 30. ll,20,p m
12.15, a. m.
Leave Toitenville dally xl.SC, 5.55, 6 22, 6.4
X7.10. 7.50 x8.15, x9.10, xld.06, 10.40 xll.06 a
m. X12 05, xl 06,x2.05, r2 85, x3.40, 4.10, x4.4(
x5 40, X6.18, X6.55, x 7.40, x8.4', X9.40. 10.2i
xll.10, p m. X12.15, x!.80 A. M.
Sundays ai d Legal Holidays *6 25, x7.15 . 8.21
X9.05, 9.40. xlO.15, X10.46, xll.35. a. m. xl2.lt
xl,15,x 2.15, X3.15, x l.10 x5.ll), 5.55 x6.2
x7.10.x7.50 xS.80, xO.22, x9 50, xl0.45. ill 40 p
m xli.4J,pi ni. xl2.55,a.m.
‘Legal holidays only
xTrain Connect on.
.1. VAN SMITH, P. H. CASSIDY,
Receiver fJen’l Traffic Agent
x-RiilGH VALLfil UAHjxtUixv
Time Table In effect Aug. 9, 1903
nations In New Ifork, foot oi cortiai.dt,
brosses and W ^et 23rd streets, Pence. £
Ferries,
XkAIMB Liavi Statx Stbbjx Stxtio*
FOR NEW YORR.
6.10, 8.00 am 4 20 p.m. 1.So p.m dally Conner,
w.t. way train for Bound Brook,Maucb CbunJ
Weatherly, Hazelton Pottsvllle and intermedi
ate points.
FOR SOUTH PLAINFIELD.
610, 8.00, a, m. 1,30, 4.20, p. m. Sunday
8 35 a. m 1,30. 6.15 p. m
FOB OTHER POINTS!
8.C0 a. m. Dally Except Sunday Connect wit!
trait express tor Easton, Bethleham Allen
town, Pottsvllle, Buffalo, Nicgur Falls aim cm
cage. Parlor Car New York to Buffalo, con
nects with local traiu for all poiuts east o
Mauch Chunk.
8.35 a. m. Sundays only. Express train foi
Buffalo, Niagara Fails, and Chicago, ctopsai
Flemiugton Jet.
4.20 u. in. Dally Except Sunday Express fo:
for Wilkes Harm, Serai,toe, Har.olton
and principal Intermediate stations.
6.15 u. u.. Sundays only Through tralu toi
Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Suspension Bridgi
and Chicago, connects for New York.
TRAINS LEAVE SOUTH PLAINFIKL1
FOR PERTH AMBOY
9.IU, a. m. 3.45, 5.00, 7.50, p. m. Sundays
10.36 a. m., 5.00, 7.50 . m. Trains arrive Peitl
Ainbov—9.80 a. m„ 8.104.05, 5.25. 8.10 p. m. Sun
day, 10.57 a. m., 6 25, 8.10 p. m.
Tickets odd to all Western Points.
For further information apply to tick©
agents
HKAXUJNG SYUTKM
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL
Corrected to Oct. 11 1903
I RAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBOY
For New York, Newark and Ellzabetl a
3.00 Mondays excepted to New Soi*
(only) 6 85, 7 17. 7.46, New York (only) 7.58
9 61, 11.18. 11.69 u. ui„ 1 10, 8 22 4.0 5 09
0 20, 7 45, 8 03, 9 66, p. m. Sundays, 3 uO, 8 8'
a. m 5 29, 9 47, p. m.
For Philadelphia and Trenton via ttou. t
Brook, 7 17, 11 18, 11.59 am 1 10, 6 09 p n
Sundays, V 37 a. m 5 29 p. m.
For Long Branch, ocean drove, etc. 5.07
9 20, a. m. 12.23. 4 42j 615, 7.19 p. m 12.91
(Sundays excepted) dunaayo except Oceai
Grove) 8 55, a. in. 4 58 p, na.
i-ox freehold, 5 07 6.54 ) 20 a. m„ 12.2.1 2 27
5.15 p. m.
Additional trains for Red Bank 2.87, ' 15, 6.V
P. M. Kor South Amboj 0.54,7 11, 9 20 p. n
2.2 , 4. 43 p m. 5 16, 6.52 9.29.
Through tickets to all points at lowest rs >
may be bad on application in advance to t
ticket agent at the elation.
W, (3, Bebleb, Vice-Pres & Geieral Manag
O. M Bom, General Passenger Agent.
RARITAN TRACTION CO."
Time Table in Effect Oct. 1, ■ 19t3.
Cars leave Metuchen for Perth Annoy and al
points East to Boynton Beach til 5 and 35 miuu
les past each hour from 6 a m. to 7.35 p. m., ant
from 7.35 to 11.35 p. m. at So minutes past th<
hour.
Cars leave Keasbey School for Metuchen at I
and 35 minntes past each hour from 6 a. m
5.30 p m and every hour from 8 to > 1.3 p. m.
Cars leavi Keasbey for all points East every
16 minutes
Cars leaves Bridge at Wood bridge Creek for
Keasbey at foot of Smith Street every 30 minu
lea from 6.15 a. m, lo 11.45 p. m.
Cars leave Bridge at Woodbrlrtge Creek foi
Metuchen on the even hour and half hour from I
a. m. to 6 30 p. m. and on the half hour onli
from 6.30 to IO. lOp. m.
Cars leave Staten Island Ferry for Metucbei
and Keasbey Soho & at 18 and 48 minutes pasi
iiach hour from 6(.oil. to 7 p m. and from 7 t<
1 p. m. at 48 mlnvfllBPb and for keasbey a
foot of Smith Str-^^Band 33 minutes pastth*
Cars leave St- l>i -y for Bridge a
Wood'iridgt <• 41 and 56 niinutei
past —/a hr to 11-41 p. m.
G. BOCK
parlatendaot
't reatment of C iifa.
Cuts need the very promptest atten
tion. Pressure is the only remedy for
bleeding, pro: sure between the wouLd
and the kfart. It is important lo know
if the blood if flowing from an artery
or from a vein, for if the iormer is the
case it is a matter of life and dfath
to act promptly and efficiently. Blood
from an artery is light red color, and
comes in jerks; front a vein it is dark
purple, anti simply oozes quietly forth.
"Fingers first," is the golden rule when;
art artery is cut, and with fingers and1
thumbs the flow' !rom the artery between j
the wound and ;he heart, must be abso
lutely stepped. Then a tourniquet must i
be applied, an arrangement consisting]
first of a pad to press on the prtery, a
bandage over the pad, and some means,
such as a stick, with which the ban
dages may be twisted un so tightly that
the artery is firmly compressed. A
piece of cork, a flat stone, anything hard,
will serve as a pad in emergency, and
for a bandage, a handkerchief, a belt, a
tie—almost anything will do. Looping
the ends of the bandage outside the knot.
a stick is passed through the loop, and
twisted round and round just sufficient
ly to stop the bleeding, not a whit more.
En couriijiiny.
She—I am afraid we shall have trouble
with servants after we are married.
i He—I won’t mind that, dear, as long as
I have you.—Brooklyn Life.
GARDELL BROS..
Successor to D. McFarland.
Move Furniture Carefully
and at Reasonable Com
22 King Street.
L LjlI iio I Li V All JLA nAliillUAU
Hch«dole In elect, Oct. 6 1903
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tor or from Perth Amboy on notice to Agenl <j‘
Conductor.
For further Information see time tables
Tickets for all poiute on the Pennsylvania
Railroad and connections, Pullman accom
. mo«lntlon9. #r at ticket office,Perth Amboy
■ W. W. ATTERBURY, Senersl *»*nsK«r
t .00) Pass'r Tr. fflc Manager .
GEO W. OYL>. u«mr ass. Ag’t.
PERTH AMBOY POST OFFICE
SCHEDULE.
Taking effect Oct. 12,1903.
Opens at 7 A. M. Closes at 7 P. M.
Malls Arrive:
New York. WeBtern and Southern. 7.00a m
dahway —Woodbridge. 7.30 am
South Jersey way Mail. 8 00am
Fords and Keasbey... 8.15am
New York and Northern Way. 9 SO am
Rahway, direct. 12.00 a m
New York and Northern Way.12.80|p m
South Jersey Way. 1. 30 p u,
Wooderidge direct. 1 80
New York direct .. 2.30 cm
New York and Northern Way.5.U0 n
South Jersey Way. 6.80 p n.
Brooklyn, Pennsylvania and N. Jersey t .30 p
Rahway, direct. .... 6.30 pm
Fords and Keascey.6.35 p;m
Malls Close.
Rahway and Woodbridge. 7,15 a m
New fork and Northern Way. 7 80 »m
South Jersey Way. . 9 00 am
New Y'ork and Eastern States. 9 80a m
Foros and Keasbey. 9.30 a m
Rahway and Woodbridge. 12.00 am
South Jersey Way. 12,00 p m
New York and Northern W y. 12.30 am
New York and Northern Way. 4,80 p m
South Jersey Way . 4.80 pm
Rahway and Woodbridge . 4.80pm
Fords and Keasbey . 7 00 p m
All points. 7.00 pm
Money Order department opens at 7 a m closes
at 6.45 p m Saturday at 6.80 p m
Gko H Tick, P. M
FIItE ALARM BOXES.
28 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 Lull ave and Charles st
5,’ Railroad ave and Wayne st
62 Washington and First sts
6 Turnpike and Elm st
0-i Smith st and Watson ave
66 Commerce and State sts
72 Front and Smith sts
78 Water and Gordon sts .
74 Kearny ave and Gordon st
82 Smith and Herbert St
S3 Woodbridge road and Washington st
84 Lehigh ave r Stanford st
To send in an alarm, open the door of the box I
and pull down the lever and let go once only, i
Stay at box until firemen arrive.
SPECIAL CALLS.
1 tap—Break in circuit. 2 taps—Drill and flr“
alarm test. Hydrant at corner of Jefferson and
High street always to be used for this trial. 8
taps Fire out. 5 taps—Police call. 12—Call for
Lincoln Hoee IS—Call for Washington Hose
14—Call for McClellan Hose 16—Cau for Pro
tection H. and L.
Foleys honey^tar
Cures Colds; Prevents Pneumonia
ECZEMA
and all Skin Diseases cured by
BANNER SALVE
The most healing salve in the world.
The Doctor Said "Stick To It."
Oeo. L. Heard, of High Tower, Oa., writ mi
Eczema broke out on my baby covering big
entire body. Under treatment of our family
fihysician ne got worse aa ha could not aleey
or the burning and itching. We used a boa e#
BANNER SALVE on him and by the time It
was gone he was well. The doctor seeing it was
curing him said- ‘stick to it for it ia doing him
more good than anything 1 have done for bin.' N
GUARANTEED, Price 25 Cwits
-nr iinitiiih—iMi——
Builder* cn<l Con
tractor* I Mreotory.
CHRISTENSEN & FEDDERSEN
a a son 8 anil Contractors
Office: it* Madison Ave.
Tel. 67b Penh Amboy, N. ).
JOHN-03UCH,
Carpenter and Builder.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
170 Rector street, Perth Ambey, N. i.
J. H. TYRRELL
FINE TEAMS AND
COACHES FOR
WEDDINGS,
FUNERALS, Etc.
A SPECIALTY
Carting to ALL PARTS of the CITY
Residence and Oflioe; 30 Conaerce St
Tel. Call 34.
Sand, Grvel. Brick, Flue Linings and
Sewer Pipe Furnished.
35 W'>odbrirlge Road. 170 Brighton Ave.
LUND & CHRISTENSEN
Carpenters and Builders
Office and Shop: 6 East Avenue.
Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended to
GRAHAM 4 M KEON
General Contractors
EXCAVATING, GRADING, ETC.
Sand, Grave!, Broken Stone, Carting,Bio
244 Smith St. 225 New Brunswick Avn.
A. K. JENSEN,
Successor to J. K. Jensen.
Mason and Contractor
22i Washington St. t*A
AXEL WICKSTRQ& v J* oJL
L ^anH.;J»vo^mi8W,ngl TUr *‘^
Kicp and Offioe; 123 Brighton Are.
Residence State 4 Lewis St.
F. X. URBANSKI
House Painting, Paper Hanging, Interior
Deoorating. 238 Washington 8t.
JENS K. JENSEN
ARCHITECT
OFFICE; P. O. 3UILDING
Residence; 250 Washington St. •
Perth Amboy, N. J
F. J. LARKiN
Plurr.ofng 4 Gas Fiti-ng
8team. tiot VVater *0*3 Hot Ait Hoatii.^
Dtiftler in lu*r.*ra9 leou He»fc«*;
H-pairmg of aii Atu a . »• eay.
357 State street. Pen fa Amboy, N. J,
THE FARRiNGTuN CO.
Soocetv *o'*s to ParnDgton & Ranyon Oo
LUMBER, LIME, LATH, *
htiLLWORK, HARDWARE
All Kinds ot building Material
Office, 128 Fayette street . t’ertn abbot. H. j
E. 0. CARLSON,
Painter 4 Paperhanger
obbing promptly ttented to 1S7 Gordon 8!
C. W. WINBERG
Painter and Paper Hanger
14* Brighton Ave.
fist ablirthixl in * “180.
VH. J. CC.iKELL
V\ i<oie,*ale and Retail P^aitsr lu
Lumber, Lath, Cement, beats, Sashes,
Bui. us, Mouit n^s, Buildtr’a Hardware,
Hair auu hails.
Office anu * »rd; Jeffc -sot. ot.A'C. B. B. of Ji, J.
i\rth Ath oy
FERDINAND WEI TERBERG
Painter and Paper Hanger
125 Brighton Are
P. SKOV & CO.
Artificial Stone and Cement Mforka
Office: 108 Fulton St„ New York City
A. SMITH, Mason and Buiide'
Estimates Cheerfully given.
$4 Catherine st., nr Halt wtj. l'ertii A.mbo
R. B. SMITH Sanitary Pluaiher
Tinning and Shoot Iron Worker, ''team
and Uas Fitter. Jobbing .promptly
attended to.
Shop 55 N. B. Ave. Perth Amboy, N. J.
J. P. KOYEN
CARPENTER «ad BUILDER
Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended to
.X) New Brunswick Ay., Perth Amboy
SHOP; 17 KING ST.
MEYSKlMtYCOKE
Hakes Kidneys and Bladder Ri-ht

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