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- \ has! Contractors D. S. Hollander and ?•> Carl Dressier and John Dunkin'left last night for Pemberton, Burlington county, where they will shoot cotton tails. They will be absent two or I three days. Victor Hulsman had a very sore » finger the past weofc. Dennis Flynn was called to Schonec RT tady, New York, on account of the illness of his mother. John Patten will move into the [v,, Cunningham house this woek. »t Miss Marne Dwyer spent Sunday i. 1 and Monday in Bound Brook. Mr. and Mrs. S. Weise spent Sunday in New York. Mr. and Mrs. William O. Bohlke have started housekeeping on Eliza beth street. Mr. P. Sargent, of New York, visit ed friends in this place. Mr. Bloomfield, ot Motnchen, visit ed friends in Penn street, Sunday. I Miss Lena Goldman entertained a small party at her homo on Monday evening, to meet her cousin, Miss I5 M!hn Rootterelt Jlow lllilan Aatrlde. WASHINGTON. Nov. 10.—Miss Alice ‘ Roosevelt has discarded the side saddle and conventional riding habit and now rides In divided skirts. The nnnounce *' ment has caused a lluttor among con servative Washingtonians, but the ’ president's daughter aiul Mrs. Rider, u:‘ who has been teaching her bow to alt n on a horse in wliat she regards 11s the more rational method, now pass n through the parks mounted astride without causing any uioro comment 11 than the presence of the president’s daughter ordinarily provokes. A Special Offer | | For anyone who pays a f small deposit, we will reserve any article in I our stock until such | time as is convenient | to pay the balance. L. KP.E1ELSIEIMER JEWELER, find OPTICIAN | 122 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. S MEDICINE. *> all /OUS DISORDERS, onstipation, Wind, npalred Digestion, Female Ailments. i DMAs Bebcham. St. Helens, Eng., and everywhere in boxes, 10c. and 25c. • ■■■■■■■■■•■■■■■■■■liliiiEiiiiiiiiiiiitRXEig I n I IPafacg) I FINE MILLINERY I 5 S ■ = 5 A number of our finest trimmed 2 5 Hats iu velvet and lace, and vel- 5 - vet, all the newest combinations g ■ of materials. Worth from 6 00 g ! to O.^O. jjj | Special g gg | 1 ’ I 2 Our Children’s Hats only to bo 2 2 seen to be appicciated. Prices jS S to suit all. 2 IN I MADAME FORGIE I | 399 State St. I Ifcicci Unildinsf I... 5 A RSizznnl at Dutath. DULUTH, Minn., Nov. 10.—Snow, which begun fulling shortly offer noon at the head of the lakes, has gradually Increased In volume until now a bliz zard Is raging. Storm signals are out, warning vesselmen to remain in port. Cleveland Suicide Identified. SARNIA. Ont., Nov. 10.—The man who committed suicide here a week ago has been fully identified as Eben VV. Allen of Cleveland. CONDENSED DISPATCHES. Signor Itosano, a member of the now Italian ministry, has committed sui cide in his home at Naples. John Mitchell has denied that ho lias any Intention of resigning as head of the United Mine Workers. Attempt to blackmail Rock Island railroad by holdup men wa3 frustrated by speclnl train filled with armed men. A Breath of Piste Balsam tv Every Cabo HARFMA Me<Ilcfi<e«I, Refreshing. Makes hair no ft ami silkon. Destroys dlseaso premia in sunlp and body. Boat soap for akin, funr; snrfp, nurs«'fM| TC'utcTj. fer list of di’.iprgDts ivlio Invt' 25e. enko HAUFINA SOAP FREK with COc. bottlo of HAIR-HEALTH. GREISEN & DAHL, Masons'.and Buildars, Room Id Sclieuer Building. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Oiinn Kv«nlng«;7 to IO. P.O.N. FEIGENSPAN’S ALE. feeds the nerves and enriches the blood. It’s rich flav r satisfies the most fastidious. If it isn’t on your table, it should be. Bottled or on draught. FEIGENSPAN S Breweries, Newark, N. J. |New Goal Yarrif I Just Opened | iPerth Amboyi 1 Coal Co. | T Will have their now coal yard and V J office A ^Corner Division & William St.i# ^ Open for business on Sat- A T urday, October 10th. They 1 2 will carry a full line of PI f Lehigh and Hazalton? 1 goal | 9 AND KINDLING WOOD ? A At Reasonable prices. Full weight A -ijt guaranteed. Orders may be IeItyjm ^ at .lake’s Fruit Store, corner oi'W A Smith and State St. or Greenspan A c Bros., coiner Smith and Kim St. r 2Tel.J48a V ^ S. POLENSKY, w Manager. A A SERVICEABLE COAT FOR COLD WEATHER. Here is a very serviceable coat for a younc girl during the winter months. It is of navy blue heavy cloth, either cheviot, or broadcloth. The rovers, collars and cuffs arc of whito broad cloth over a foundation of the stitch Fi'om'U hcvi'ultH. The number of recruits aecopted for the French army is only 193,000 tor 1904, against 232,000 for 1903. The Difference. While the fool sh3 around and pon ders the wise guy proceeds to get busy. —Chicago Daily Mows. Muleu and Men. Mules and men alike often make their kicks at the wrong time.—Chi tago Journal. Squirrel Muir. A charming new squirrel muff has ruffles and good-sized ears along the | flat openings. Foolish. The man who never told a lie is foolish to risk spoiling his reputation by saying so. Easily Converted. Some of the large ocean steamers can be converted into armed cruisers in 30 hours. The I’nra.ol Mniinolia, A single leaf of the parasol magnolia of Ceylon affords shade for 15 to 20 persons. \J od blno cloth. A largo, comfortable, deep pocket-is put on either side. The coat fastens down the left side witn large brass buttons. There is a short holt across the back, a little bo low the waist. coat should be worn with a walking skirt made oi the same material. Cork In Europe*. While Spain still ylolds 32,800 ton3 ot cork annually, worth $6,000,000, Italy’s production has decreased to 4,000 tons ($250,000 worth). Italy used to have splendid cork forests, but they hare been felled for charcoal and for potash. Seventy-five years ago England’s sup ply of corks carno altogether from Italy. _ It room Handles. To fix a broom handle first boro a hole sideways through the handle and Into the head of the broom. Then take a long nail, dip It In water and ham mer It well Into the hole. The wet nail will soon become rusty and the rust will make It extra firm in its hold. I!u« Reached the Limit. First American Countess—So you’ve grown weary of supporting your hus band! Second American Countess—My dear, he's become perfectly insupportable.— Town Topics, Development. Our plr-cfmreH change but little ' As the years speed on their way. The boys who once plnyed “shinny Are playing golf today. I FOLEY’S KIM EY CURE I 1 Will positively cure any case of Kidney I I or Bladder disease not beyond the reach I I of medicine. No medicine can do more. I * FOLPY’S SCilliiFY RilRF Passed Stona and Gravel With Excruoiating Pains I Vktal W £«£» S U HJlli* A. H. Thurnes, Mgr. Wills Creek Coal Co., Buffalo, O., writes: H 1 , , *‘I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years, pass strenfrtiien^ tnp urinarv DTP^ n Q Ing gravel or stones with excruciating pains. Other medicines only au cu^uicua UlC UUIltliy Ulgdllb, gave relief. After taking FOLEY’S KIDNEY CURE the result was builds UO the kldnevs and invisr- surprising. A few doses started the brick dust, like fine stones, etc., J ■ O and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man. Orates the whole system. FOLEY’S KIDNEYCURE has done me $1,000 worth of good.’* IT IQ nasAHtaaiTFFn Wo othar Romedy Can ComPar® w,*h » ■ ■ QUHimni I v Thos. W. Carter, of Ashboro, N. C., had Kidney Trouble and TU/fl CITiCa e?A — 4 aa \ one bottle of FOLEY’S KIDNEY CURE effected a perfect cure, and I wwtf OI&EiO OWC ano ©l.IVU \ he says there is no remedy that will compare with it. solo and iecohnendeq by Mbuf ^^k Sexton's Pharmacy! 70-72 Street ■ urn j ■ —•>.. • -i... II— l —- l ■' I— _j_ .J I-x.— .... ...: HELP WANTED WANTED—GIKLS lor office work, must be good writers end quick. Apply by letter, New York Illustrated Graphic Go., 107 Smith st. 3957-11-9-2 BOY WANTED—At Bloodgood’s, 42 Smith st. 3949-11-6-tf SALESLADY WANTED at Raymond’s Candy Store, 138 Smith st. 3967-11-9-2 WANTED—ENERGETIC yonng roan us traveling salesman. Apply even ings at office, 336 State st., Sewing Machine office. BOY WANTED—TO DRIVE order wagon for the Grand Central Meat Market. One with some experience preferred. 3891-10-30-tf WANTED—COMPETENT COOK at 153 High st. 8859-10-28-tf WANTED—SEVERAL persons of character and good reputation in •acli stato (one in this county requir 'd) to represent and advertise old istablished weatlhy business house if solid financial standing. Salary 521 weekly with expenses additional, til payable in cash direct each Wed lesday from head offices. Horse and mrriage furnished when necessary. ’Inferences. Enclose self-addressed >nvelope. Colonial, Caxton Build ing, Chicago. 8302-8-18-t.f SITUATION WANTED V MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN, a college graduate, also a journey man machinist, seeks a position. En quire Evening Nows. 3965-11-9-4 ROOMS FOR RENT DESIRABLE ROOM TO let with board, modern improvements. 98 Gordon street. 3974-11-10-6 LARGE FRONT ROOM with board in private family, suitable for two; Scandinavian preferred. 221 Wash ington st. 3971-11-10-tf FOR SAFE BRIOeThOUSE CORNER High and Gordon st. Price $5,000- Terms to =uit. Lot 66x120, ten rooms, all im provements. A. M. Johnson, 89 Water street. * 8468-9-14-tf FOR SALE—AN Eng’fiih cob and run about, will sell separate. Horse perfectly safe for lady aud chil dren to drive. Afraid of nothing! Apply Packer House or Peiffers’s livery stable. 8396-10-80-tf FOR SALE—COAL yard and ice house property, subject to short lease. Bids received for sixty davs. Enquire P. E. Gordon, Miller st. _ 8915-11-3-tf FOR SALE—WILL SELL AT private sale all my household furniture at 62 Mechanic street. Must be sold by November 15. Phiuins Johnson. ___3862-10-28-8t e.o.d. FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horse power steam engine and boiler. Second hand. Excellent condition. Manufacturer, care of Evening News. 4-8-tf BOILER AND ENGINE for sale at a bargain. Sturtevant 10 horso power steam engine and boiler in A 1 condi tion, cost $490, will sell for $250. In use 3 years. Address O. D., News Office. 9-12-tf A PLEASANT 6'room house with bath, hot and cold water and gas. Enquire Evening Nows, or 265 New Brunswick ave._10-22-tf TWO GOOD WORK horses for sale cheap. Enquire P. E. Gordon, Miller st. 3927-11-5 tf • | REAL ESTATE g ADVERTISING. ft RARE BARGAIN Choice lot on Smith will be sold tor $875 two hundred dollars down, Dalance on small monthly install ments if desired. Xlxe Uisliop Company 123 Smith Street, Caution. If you wish to buy, sell, rent, exchange Dr insure property. To buy or sell a bus iness, to borrow or lend money < r to convey title, see cut me out COMEGYS & BROS, 208 Smith St. Amboy Realty and Construction Company. Business properties and residence in all parts of the city for sale for cash or on monthly enstaliuents. Post Gffics Building. MI4CHIjT.<ANKOUS STOLEN FROM A wagon at Loesor's hotel, black bear skin lap robe. Re ward if returned to Evening News. 8968-11-9-8 STORE TO LET, State street, corner Washington st. 3910-11-2-6 STORES FOR RENT cheap. Enquire at News office. FOR RENT—A BARN and stable, suitable for one horse. Enquiro at News office. 8164-7-25-tf HANeTpAINTED CHINA shirtwaist sets are the popular thing. Orders taken for studs, cuff bnttous and belt bncklos, also hat pins, at 114 Rector street. 7-17-tf SEWING NEATLY”DONbTby"the day , or week. Mrs. Abraham Reek-how, 16 Centre st. .Tottenville. 3970-11-10-2 Hot GrcuiiO on tUo Floor. If hot grease be splliod on a kitchen flufr or table pour cold water upon it Immediately. This will cool the grease, when It con be scraped off instoad of being allowed to sink Into the wood. Ilaa 500 Rooms. A hotel covering an area of two acres, containing practically 500 rooms, and costing $5,000,000, has been opened at Manchester, England, by the Midland Hallway company. Girl’s Rich Jump. In a high Jumplngcompetltlon at the Southport Physical Training college a girl student achieved a height of four feet ten Inches. Tills Is believed to bo a record for her sex. The Fiddler. A fiddler always has his picture taken holding his fiddle, probably to show that he Is wedded to his art.— Washington (la.) Democrat. , Smartness. Women would do well to remember that smartness Is one of the greatest aids to those who do not possess ac tual beauty.