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PEItTH AMBOY. |
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Y, PLAIN
opportunity of
iiiiinted wi li
class goods.
L. Marsh*
and Co.
121 Smith St
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tu ings and possesses all X j
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on elm lind any smarter
' mfcn and young men A!
j os Ixiy it but examine 5 |
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\ Perth Amboy, N. J. ^
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We close at S.30 every even
ing, Saturday at 10.
Saturday's
Saving
Opportunities
Flannelette G o w n s for
women and misses, regular
49c and 59c, for Friday spec
ial at. 39c
Boys Sweaters, all wool
yarn, fancy stripes 22 to 34,
1.15 value at.98c
Mens Underwear double
I breasted fleeced lined Under
shirts 'ia to 1 1 tkp cnr kind
for Friday only at...... -42c
Tara O’slianters white,blue
red and grey, square with
tassel, value 75c at.45c
Mens wool Socks, double
lieel and toe in black only,
10 to 11 Y value 25c for Fri
day at.!5o
Greenbaums’
Department Store
.500 State Street.
TELEPHONE 89 P..
Culm Treaty Will Pass.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 0.—Senators
Allison, Aldrich, Spooner and l’latt of
Connecticut arrived in Washington
and immediately went into eonfo viieo
in Senator Allison’s apartments at the
Arlington hotel. At the conclusion
Senator Allison said I10 believed the
Cuban treaty would be made up^roiTvc
by joint resolution. Ilo cited the meth
od adopted by congress in roh.Gm It
die Mexican treaty as a precedent.
THE MAN
J did not know what a
| BEAUTIFUL WIFE ij
# and HOME he had until after (1
he bought one of our 1
Handsome Lamps
with the great illuminating
light and now he is happy.
Fancy Paper
for lamp Shades in very love
ly colors and designs.
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f SMITH STREET.
^ Near High St. I *
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! BEST RETURNS
j Our regular dinner h unsurpassed, m
I servo chicken, duck and turkey mor
than once a year and do not make yon
cnmo at certain hours lo eat it. Iieguiai
dinner from 11 to 2 Me. Ibices always
, the same.
MASTERSON’S ANNEX RESTAURANT.
MUNOZ EXPRESS
191 Elm Street
Residence 176 Brighton Av
All kinds of Heavy trucking. Furnilur
and Piano moving promptly attended to
telephone connections.
r.iri
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i FINE MILLINERY [
Special for Saturday only S
A number of our finest ti inmetl j
m flats in velvet ami lace, and vel- S
• vet, all the newest combinations ■
S of matetials. Worth from 0 00 ■
S to 9,*)0.
Special g gy
Our Children's lists only to be
seen to be appreciated. Prices
to suit all.
MADAME FORME
399 State St.
li ioci Building
Popular S »»«»«■.** Mulct? I5oiiflre.
BALTIMOBE, Nov. 0.—About 100,
)00 copies of popular songs have beet,
destroyed in a bonfire on a lot in this
•it.v because the Baltimore publishers
insisted upon printing the songs and
disposing of them, notwithstanding the
fact that a copyright had been secured
by Ilowlcy, Ilavilnnd & Dresser of
New York.
Mayor Wells Seised With Vertigo.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 6. — Mayor Rolla
Wells, while walking along Market
street, suddenly was seized with an at
tack of vertigo and sank to the pave
ment. Within fifteen minutes he had
sufficiently revived to be conveyed
home. It is thought that Mr. Wells will
speedily recover.
lark
Besides this wo will give 2 for 1 Stamps on all
purchases for one week commencing to-morrow
and ending Saturday, Nov, 14th.
Look at these Prices
3 Ibs.Mu’tn Chops 25 papl j
Shis Ess? - 31-2 W \ ;
Plate . 4 j IS I :
Gara Beef . 5-8-10 |||j|j
| Fresh Shoulders 9 1-2 |P|§!
! Roasting Chickens IS
. * . . _ n ? beniMnl >
* Ul uci5 uaiieu i*ji am uemurau. i uiupiiune h/n < t
■| A word aboei BED STAR STAMPS j|p||;
Red Star Stamps are the people’s choice. They secure the
best premiums and are highly reliable, being backed by a responsi- ffcf"t-XWll
ble company with a half-million dollar capital. No disappointment 1 Mg3|i|j <
^ if you save Red Star Stamps Commence to day. j \
| BOSTON STORE. I
| Furs Furs i
# Now is the time to think buying your winter #
# furs. Our stock is complete and everything new. All t
t ;his seasons styles and prices way below our usual low 5
S prices. Examine our stock before buying. #
’ Iress Goods
Z 1.25 Prunella Cloths 45 in.08c X
4 1.25 Broadcloth 54 in all shades.08c #
5 69c French Zibelines all shades.40c €
4 F'ancy Waistings.40c ,1
WM. MURDOCH, \ *
J 72 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, j
XJEL.S BJORNSEN
Dmlcr In
Choice Family Groceries
Provisions, Etc.
Fresh stock constantly received
tjor. Prospect and Smith 8ta,
«« W f9t!
CENT-A-WOKD
BRICE HOUSE CORNER_Hiph and
Gordon st. Price $5,000. Terms to
snit- Lot 0(5x120, ten rooms, all im
provements. A. M. Johnson, 8!) Water
street. 3498-9-14-ti
FoR SALE—AN Enplish cob and run
about, will sell horse Eepnrate.
Horse perfectly safe lor lady and chil
dren to drive. Afraid of nothinp.
Apply Paclfer House or Peiffers!s
livery stable. 839(5- 10-80-if
FOR SALE-COAL yard and icehouse
property, subject to short lease,
r-,. , 1 '• i <■ ■ _^_ j r'.. „
1-JlUtS iri'ClVUU 1D1 oxavj uMfB.
F. E. Gordon, Miller st.
8915-11 -8-tf
WANTED AT ONCE—Two salesmen
for the snle of Singer Sewing ma
chines. Singer Mfg. Oo., 49 Smith
st. 8923-11-5-3
BOARDERS WANTED at 80 Fayette
st. 3947-11-0-1
FOR SALE CHEAP for cash—A sloop
32 feet over all 12 ft. beam and 3
ft. draught, in good order .with all
good tools and good shape, rendy foi
nse at ouco. Apply Frank Loescli,
East Keyport Hotel, Keyport, N. J.
3924-11-5-31
BOY WANTED—A t Blood good’s, 42
Smiths!. 8949-11-0-tl
WANTED—MAN AS driver. 158
Smith st_ _3940-11-0 2
WANTED—GIRL FOR general house
work. Apply 111 Gordou st.
3945-11-0-2
A WOMAN WANTS washing for
Monday mornings. Address Wash,
care Evening News office.
3984-11-0-2
STORE TO LET, Stato street,, corner
Washington st. 8910-11-2 0
WANTED—ENERGETIC vonng man
Vas traveling salesman. Applv even
ings at office, 330 Stato st., Sewing
Machine office. __
STORES FOR RENT cheap. Enquire
at Nows office.
BOY-WANTED—TO DRIVE order
wagon for the Grand Central Meat
Market. Ouo with sotno experience
preferred. 3891-10-80-tf
TWO GOOD WORK horses for Rale
cheap. Enquire P. E. Gordon,
Miller st. 3927-11-5 tf
FOR SALE—WILL SELL AT private
salu all my household furniture at
02 Meohantc street. MaRt be sold by
November 15. Phiuias Johnson.
8862-10-28-8C e.o.d.
ROOMS TO LET—0 rooms, enquire
Greenspan Bros., Smith st.
3884-10-80-tf
WANTED—COMPETENT COOK at
153 Higlijst._3859-10-28-tf
ti ruDrtoan o luuui iiuubc witii
bath, hot and cold water and gas.
Enquire Evening News, or 265 Now
Brunswick ave. 10-22-tf
WANTED—SEVERAL persons of
character and good reputation in
°ach state (one in this county requir
ed) to represent and advertise old
established weatlhy business house
of solid financial standing. Salary
$21 weekly with expenses additional,
ill payable in cash direct each Wed
n 'sday from head offices. Horse and
o irriage furnished when necessary.
References. iinclose self-addressed
■■nvelooo. Colonial, Caxton Build
ing, Chicago. 3302-8-18-tf
FOR RENT—A BARN and stable,
suitahle for one horse. Enquire at
News office. 8154-7-25-tf
HAND PAINTED CHINA shirtwaist
sets are the popular thing. Orders
taken for studs, cuff buttons and belt
buckles, also hat pins, at 114 Rector
street. 7-17-tf
FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horse
power steam engine and boiler.
Seoond hand. Excellent condition.
Manufacturer, care of Evening News.
4-8-tf
BOILER AND ENGINfe for sale at a
bargain. Sturtevant 11) horse power
steam engino and boiler Jin A 1 condi
tion, cost $490, will selrt for $250. In
used years. Address' O. D., News
Office. / »-12-tf
.
GARDEIX BROS.,
Successor to D. McFarland.
Move Furniture Carefully
and at Reaoonable Coot
33 Kina Street.
SAMPLES FOflT
FALL ISUITS^>
Are Now In.
Our lino is as complete as any in
the city, and wo would be pleased
to have you call and inspect
them. • .
STYLE AKD FIT GJARANTEED.
All work by experienced tailors.
All repair work satisfactorily done.
CUIUS. CURISTUFFERSEN,
33 Smith Street, Tel. 103 j Perth Amboy,
—^——————
MADAM RIVELY.
136 Smith St.,
Hal*' Dressing, almmpnoim', oca Ip treatment
corn treatment Manicuring and Massage
wo J'" lirtuirn nb rcuBuutiuie puces.
AIj*o scalp treatment Manicuring and corn
treat incut for gentlemen. Out of town engage
ments by appointments.
The symptoms of eyo strain are vertigo, sick
sto 1 ueb, headache, 'neuralgia and numerous
rth .ir nervous complaints.
Come to me, 1 have served
veais with ai? Agninent
New York Ctyy, eye sp%i
Anjist. GIaim as low nn
tfl/'U, and guaranteed.
F. .J. MONAGHAN, Opt. H.,
Smith St., overrate <fc Steiner’s store, Tuesday
and Saturday, 1.30 to 7 p. m., side entrance,
formerly 15 Maiden Lurie, N. Y. city.
At my office your eyes
receive FII KK OF
OH A It G h) an honest,
thorough and scientific
examination, by an Ocu
’i»i who Inis practic d eye-diseases for 25 3 ears,
and proper glasses fitted for $1.00 upward, Bep
u’ation is what I am after, ami« ou can relv up*
011 getting good, honest value for your money
is many readers of this paper wi I ewtifv. lift*
RltlGHKN; Oculist, *Ot> HKOADWAY (near
Fulton Kt.). N. Y., Boom 202, over drug store.
Hours 9 to G.
e make a specialty of
buying rags, metals, boil
ers of all “kinds. Drop us a
lino.
H. SHRAGOVITZ,
106 South Second St
Hotel Central srfr".‘r .
VVines.Liquors A
NOW OPEN ?h"edcp«-iu I
So T3 TT7T Goods r< tail ed a
• OrllZiIitt, at wholesale -1
Cor. State and Smith St. prices. ... ^
L. PERELMAN, Pawnbroker
ISSr^Ladies and Gentlemen: I have a great 7
many beautiful articles left from the last sale .s'
— Watches, Diamonds*, Bings, which I offer to
sell at very low prices. All goods guaranteed aa t
represented. ^
L. Perelman, 386 State St.
PINCH & BENNETT;
Painters, Paper Hangers, House
and Church Decorators.
PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY.
12 Centre Street: Perth Amboy, N. J.
We most respectfully solicit a share of
your favors and guarantee satisfaction.
PATRICK WHITE & SONS
Telephone No. 8
Engineers, Founders
Machinists.
General and Special Machine t Pattern
Boiler and Blacksmith Work.
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