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B’S LOSE'.THEIR
T LEACUE CAME.
Foiled Against the Amicitias or. the
Bioodgood Alleys Last
Night.
Ill two strnight gnmos last niel it at
tho Blnoilgood alloys, the Throe B’s
lost to tho Amicitias, of Plei isaut
Plains. Tho Staton Islander had
boon practicing many days and ghts
and the result was evident last ght.
This was a loaene game. The first
game was won by 175 pins, the la it by
only 30 pins. The Amicitias sc rnetl
to bo right at home on tho new .1 Ioys
and said they liked them very roll.
The following were tho scores of mcii
earn and the players:
Threo B's.
Smith 114 11
Graham 135
Hotswortli 1“ • !
rKooh 151 1 1 1
Waring 1®» ' »
707 8 )
Amicitias.
Androvotlo 158 > ')
Maueo 183
Sognino 301 3
Swado 181
[ Brocks ITO
8113 3
RIEVRSIOE BOWLERS
Tomorrow night the Riversld >owl
ing club will be ont for prnc e on
the Hartmann nUeys. They nr open
for games with any local or t of
town team. Would like lo nn ‘go a
game with tho Perth Amboy F wling
Club. Joint Hanson, 75 (j irdon
street, is the manager.
GAME CALLS AT 4 O’CLI CK.
If everything goes well the High
School football team expects to down
Rutgers Preps, nt the Smith itroet
enclosed grounds this aftornoon. Tho
game is scheduled to start at 1
o’clock. It will be lively and fill of
interest. _
LEAGUE GAME TONIGHT.
Tonight tno Pop Bociij^^^^iH
allf
Y this city. TheT^^Bs oxili ot to
arrivo hero at nl^wt 8.110 o't lock.
Both teams are in g/od condltior nn 1
it will bo a well plived game.
MIDDLESEX BOWLING LEAGUE
m W. L. Flay'd
Pop Socials 1 t> ^
Raritnns, N. 1!., <> 1 ‘
Motnchen <» 1 "
Bound Brook 1 •> 1
A Pii tern'tl
' Teacher-Tell mo Ho .'.time <; f IF*
animal which provide.* food a:ift rai
ment for the Laplanders.
Tommy—The reindeer. *
Teacher—Now what is the a n vrd
which provides you with most ol' yoi:r
food and clothes?
Tommy—Father!—Sydney (>“ r.
W.) Bulletin.
An Arti»< *ji Him Line.
t—You are adv» rti-ii.R for r.
1 see.
r—Are you goo 1 eft re
nt It! Why. sir. I cn:
n*s picture so art i *ticn!
own husband will fall In
—N. Y. Weekly.
iloiit*toil 1 y Trno.
nc redeeming feature about
observed the man v. lioha l
the pond.
with the explanation ."said
o was anxious toget vise,
a fellow forget ail hi.-: other
led t-lie amal nr traveler
Jrtr.
oNpectn.
father?'1 asked Aunt
n',” answered Pickaninny
(I you miuht as well git de
a’ peel de 'talers fob a fine
w."
Vhlob did ho tako wlf 'irr.
dahk lantern?”' —
DORE BL0QDS00D
BOWLING ALLEY
Billiard and Pool Parlor
CI8ARS AND TOBACCO
42 Smith Street’ Perth Amhoy. N. 1.
IJ,JRARiTAN,CAFE,,1
i BOWLING BILLIARDS ;
JJJ 611*154 Smith St Perth Amboy jjj
JAM tiS KIRBY, Prop. -
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DANISH A. G. ELECT
OFFICERS FOR YEAR.
At Meeting Held Lakt Night—De
tails for the Meet With Brooklyn
Club were Arranged.
At the mooting of the Danish Socia
ble A. O., hold last night, ail of tne
plans for the nthletio tournament with
the Danish Sociable A. O. of Brook
lyn, which is to taka place in Grand
Central Palace, Fayette stroet, next
Wednesday night, wore completed.
The prize for the winners will bo
silver medals, and a silver cup. The
following officers were also elected
for the now year: President, Abel
Hanson; vico president, Peter N.
Peterson ; recording secretary, Tunis
Tunisson financial secretary, Paul
Martinnsen; cashier. Math Hanson;
trustees, J. H. Puulson and Lars
Larson.
THE HORSE SHOW.
Concli Jit i* ('VinllniKi* Cup Won by
<1 tinker City Mr.ii.
N E \V YOKE, Nov. E very yen J
nt th<* hors*' show Tlnrv.luy oven in.-;
liar* proved to lie the evening whin tin
largest attendance was recorded, mu!
last night proved no exception to tin
rule. The c:\rd was particularly at
tractive, there lvdng four events to 1m
Judged, including one for dealers, and
there were few empty floats ill Madison
Square Garden, the promenade being
uncomfortably crowded.
The Challt uge cup given by tin
American Coaching rich for the b at
roml team four-in-bard. owner to drive,
brought eight high class com lies iute.
tli" ring. The music of the horns am!
tin* clutter of the chains kept tin* ring
for an hour. All the owners, with one
exception, drove teams crossed with
many colors. L. L. lbddle of lMiila
delnhui drove four well matched ma
hog'iiny bays. and In* captured the f«u
cy of the judges. Dr. Went:: won Inst
year. s;> that 1li" two owners iww
stnnd even. The conditions require
the same owner to he a d-mldc winnw
before the t up becomes bis property.
•locum! !<'nrniOnly 1|»mc*I.
WASiriXfJTON. Nov. JO. The cold
spell contained at»Pannings, but tin*
consistency with, which horses have
been running to jor!.i attracted one of
tlte largest crowira of the week. .To- j
«und funr.shod tho only upset of the I
day. Lord of the % alley, a candidate 1
SWWff^TTraTa 1 f r‘MisolfirTTW^T:f\?OS. win
ning at the good price of 10 to 1.
Prince tom Winner* nt Trap*.
PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. 20.- The
Princeton university gun T(‘ii111 defeat
ed the I'nlveiuty of Pennsylvania team
here by a score of 2’IS to 21o. Six men
wore on a side, and eaeli man shot at
fifty birds. Captain Archer of I’riiire
ton made the best score, breaking -til
birds.
It Depend..
Floorwalker—Vases ? Yes. ma’am.
Right up this aisle. Bargains from 25
cents up.
Next Shopper—You have a display
of vawses to-day—
Same Floorwalker—Vawses? Yes
madam. Down the next aisle, please.
Bargains from $25 up.—Philadelphia
Press.
Atlanta., D. D. S.
‘‘Now, I won't hurt you a bit, not one
single bit.” purred the dentist as he fit
ted the cold, clammy forceps to the
tooth, "not a bit—” Yank.
“Anyhow, doc,” gasped the patient, as
he slowly recovered consciousness, “I
know now what Ananias' business was."
[——]
The buyer of clothing
cannot look below the sur
face. In outside appearance
goods may be alike, but
the background, the inside,
the workmanship,differ as
much as black from white.
Buy Naumburg Cloth
ing—inside as good as out
side, and both the best,
If you use it once, you
will use it always.
Look for the above label.
For ule by
h. McCullough,
Perth Amboy, N, J.
Furniture!
$13 Extension Table,
Of golden oak. elegant Q *7 F
limsh, heavy built yaS 9J
$20 Sideboards,
Have French plate
mirrors, lots of closet
room.._
$8 Velour Couches
Fine steel springs, rich F
anti heavy fringe. tjts O
$30 Parlor Suit,
Of five pieces, cherry ■T) A
frame, damask cover
leg..
$24 Bedroom Suit,
Tis of solid oak, fancy | Q AA
shape, French plate J
mirror.^.
$12 Oak Dresser,
Has large drawers and Q
French plate mirror ..
i» $7 Enameled Bed,
i Brass rails head and foot
: brass mounts and centre
I ornaments...
'l $4 Parlor Rocker,
Has spindle back, /mp fl|Q
suddlc seat, a beauty.. bits O
$4 Parlor Tables,
Of cherry, large top,
one shelf.
$12 Chiffonier,
Golden oak, with mirror, F AO
now.S es(D
Stoves!];
No larger, better, lower '
priced stove store in all this J >
State than this one of ours! L
Alight floor to show goods jj!
on—no dark, basement sales- jj
room! You’re welcome to Si
“look”—you’re sure to buy! j!
114 Different
Varieties! [
Ranges, Parlor Stoves, |
Cylinders, Oak Stoves, |
Laundry Stoves, Pot Stoves, i
Reliable Oil Heaters. <
“The Portland |
Range”
For Thanksgiving Turkeys I f
Whatever else you do, see |
this remarkable r a r. g e ! |
Never disappoints! Never J
wastes fuel! Has most im- j(
provements! Costs no more Jj
than useless imitations! \

Repairs for all stoves we ]
sell always here 1 \
-- *
I Carpets, Bedding, Pictures, lamps, ji
AMOS H.VAN HORN, Ltd.
i j Bo sure you 300 “No. 73“ and first name “AMOS” before entering our store. 11
ophm/d- MARKET ST., NEWARK, N. J. \\
1 EASY & Near Plano St., West of Broad St. ;|
' PAYMENTS All trdUys transfer to our door.
RECHNITZER&BRAY,
CITY HORSESHOERS
anil WAGON BUILDER5.
Cion Stria taro an Grate Wore. None
but experience! men employed.
Due t w ork. Lowest Price.
N. B. Avo. near Post Office
v. v. uo.un\v\
COUNSELLOR AT LRW
§!l Siaiilli SI.,
PE3TH AY30Y, NEW JERSEY.
Tlu* (ir(*rn I'oMttsI I'ohc.
BINGHAMTON. X. V.. Nov. 20.—The
examination of State Senator George
R. Green in the postal cases will 1m*
begun before I’nlted States Commis
sioner Charles S. ll.ill here this morn
ing. The Iv.-.ring is to d tennlne wheth
er Mr. Greer, shall be turned over to
the Washington authorities for trial
on the four indictments now standing
against him. II i< expected that the
examination will last several days.
Torpedo float Siuku n Smock.
IiEVONPOUT. England. Nov.20. The
torpedo boat destroyer Falcon collided
in the channel during the night with a
fishing smack. The latter sunk, and
all hands aboard < f her were drowned.
The Falcon’s bows were smashed and
urn of her crew was killed. She put
into pevonpnrt for repairs.

OlIK . . .
LIGHT
LIGHTS!
\ '. ' J
No Bnioko orf Smell. Clean,
Cool and Comforlablo Con
venient and Economical.
MATCHLESS
ELECTRIC LIGHT Co.
li*<i Smith Street.
COLEMAN
'■zdznzdA
COLLEGE. Ncwjirk. N. J.
Comer Academy Mild Iialsey St reels.
One block rear of Newark i'o.st Ofllce.
Seme Heatons Why l’ou Should Attend (he Coleman
School.
1—11 is the best equipped private school in the
state. 2— It employs the ingest laeulty «f
teachers. --It will v Ire you t lie most for your
money :n the least time, 4,- It tl Ik more posi
lions at better pay ihau an. o lur Hhool in
New Jersey. 5- It is tins oldest and best school
in the Fast.
SCHOOL OPEN THE YEAR ROUND.
Semi for catalogue nud booklet.
Establ slud 1 si;». H. Cnl.KMAN,
Incorporated 1SS8, J KIJGHER,
™ ' ' . 1 J " """"1 .. r
The Ostermoor Patent $|D
Elastic Felt Mattress
‘SENT ON SUSPICION’
We mean just this: Sleep on it 30 night and if it is not even all
you have hoped for if you don’t believe it to be the cental in cleanli
ness, durability and comfort of any $50 hair mattress ever made,you
can get your money back by return mail—“no questions asked.”
There will be no unpleasantness about it at all.
Ostermoor & Co.
119 Elizabeth St., New York.
We have cushioned 25 000 Churches. Send for our Church Cu-.hions
- . iP-ni-w-p.-n ...
BANNER SALVE
Id the most healing salve In
the world. It cures Sores, Cuts,
Burns and all Skin Diseases.
It positively
Cures Piles
s. Kingsbaker, 80 Bast Ohio Street.
Chicago, writes: “ I had a bed case of
Piles for several years. BANKER SALVf
cured me quicklv and permanently after
1 several doctors and remedies had failed
to relievo me.”
GUARANTEED. PrloaZGOantt
I' Uuilders and Con
tractors IMrfctor.v
wuujmh mu ■Twu-.'SiwwamiiMWiiii
CHRISTENSEN & FEODERSEN
Ma: ons and Contractors
( ffice: 188 MaJioon Ave.
Tel. 67b r»rth Amboy,. N. J
johnTbuch,
Carpenter and Builder.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
170 Rector atreet, Perth Amboy. N. i.
I. H. TYRRELL
FINE TEAMS ANT
COACHES FOR
WEDDINGS,
FUNERALS, Etc.
A SPECIALTY
Parting to ALL PARTS of tho CIT\
Ktuidenoe and Office; 30 Commerce Si.
Tel. Call 34.
Sard, Grvel, Brick, Flue LiningB au
Sewer Pipe Furnished.
35 WotidbrUlgo Road. 170 Brighton Ave
LUND & CHRISTENSEN
Carpenters anti Builders
Oilioo aud Shop: 5 Hast Aveiuio.
Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended tu
^HAMlTrKEON”
Genera) Contractors
EXCAVATING, GRADING, ETC.
•laud, Grave!, Brokeu Stone, Carting, Ki
244 Smith Si. 225 New Brunswick Ave
A. K. JtftStN,
yucocHaor to J. K. Jensen.
Mason and Con'.ractor
.’2i Washington St.
AXEL wiCKSTROM
vxtrpentor Jobdmir. Strum Kawlnic, Turr.in,
Scroll and ail Mill Work,
ilu/ji and Oilico; 123 Brighton Avt
Ron Wl nice St.-ite .t Lewis St.
inr'uReXfiKKi
'lou»e Fainting, Fapor Hanging, IntorU
taooratiui'• 238 Wsslilrigliin Si
JENS K. JENSEN
ARCHITECT
OFFICE; I*. O. BUILDING
IioHidouce; 850 Washington St.
Perth Amboy, N. J
F. J. LARKIN
Plumbing A Gas Flump
Jlearn. Hot Water ami Hnt Air Heating
Dealer In Stoves. Itaegoa and Heatei
Repairing of all kia * epejiolty.
457 Stale street, Terth Amboy, N. J
THE FARRINGTON CO.
Suocoseore to Farrington A ltunyon Go
LUMBER, LIME. LATH,
MILLWORK, HARDWARE
All klnde of Rulldlng Material
Olheo, 138 Fayette street Perth Amboy, N. J
E. 0. CARLSON,
Painter &. Paperhatiger
otbinpc promptly ttentwd to 15? (Jordon t
cTw" WINBEKG
Painter and Paper Hanger
142 Brighton Ave.
iCHf.nblihhod in 1S80.
tf. J. DONNELL
Wholesale and Retail DMler In
Lumber, Lnth, Cement, Doors, Snshe.
Blinds, Mouldings, Builder’s Hardwarr
Hair and Kails.
Vfflce and Yard; Jeffo-won St.A'O. U. li. of N,
lVrth Amboy, Z.
FERDINAND" WETTERBER6
Painter and Paper Hanger
135 Brighton A v»
P.‘ SKOV & C0~
Artificial Stone and Cement Work:
Office: 108 Tuitcn St., New Yurk City
A. SMITH, Mason and Buildo'
Estimates Cheerfully given.
‘A C)ath«»^»r.ant„ nr. Hall Are. F*rth Amhn
R. B. SMITH Sanitary Plumbei
t’luniiifr amt Shoot Iron Worker. fltean
and Gas Filter. Jobbing promptly
attended to.
Shop 58 N. B. Ave. Perth Amboy, N. J.
7”p~ KOYEN
CARPENTER end BUILDER
Estimates furnished, Jobbing attended t(
BO Now Brunswick Av.t Perth Amboy
SHOP: 17 KINO HT.
Hakes. Kitir.eva and {{ladder Bittht
CALEND
KOVE
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$ M T W
1234
S 9 1 o 11
15 16 17 iS
22 23 24 25
29 2() • • • •
Nov. 18, 19, 20—Fair, Presbytorinn
Chapel.
Nov. 20—Concert, Hamlet Society,
Grand Central Palaco. '
Nov. 23 to Dec. 3—Fair, St. Mary’s
church, Wilder Hall.
Nov. 24—Roll Call, Baptist chnrcli.
Nov. 25—F. of A. Court Anvboy.JENo.
68, Braga Hall.
Nov. 28—Danish Brotherhood, Braga
Hall.
Nov. 26—Concert, Simpson M. E.
church.
Dec. 1— Calico Hop, First. Ladies’
Hebrew Benevolent Society,
Grand Oontral Palace.
Dec. 1—Ball, Jolly Social Club,
Dewey Park.
Dee. 4—Braga’s Concert,Braga Hall.
Dec. 8.—Bnll, 1 onng Mens’ Hebrew
Association Wilder Hall.
Dec. 10—Private Reception, Braga
Hall.
Dec 10.—Masquerade Ball, Harmon ie
Singing Society, Wilder
Hall.
Deo. 11—Minstrels, Elks, Wilder
Hall.
Deo. 15—Ball, Central Pleasure Club,
Dewey Park.
Dec. 31—Ball, Woodchoppers, Cabin
Amboy, 49, Wilder Hall.
Deo. 31—Steamfitters Union, Braga
Hall.
Jan. 14—Masqnerade Ball, Hebrew
Progressive Association,
Grand Central Palace.
Jan. 21—Ball, Original Hebrew Ladies
Benevolent Society, Grand
Central Palace.
Feb. 2—Ball, Congregation Beth
Mordccai, Wilder Hall.
Il'orrcst I,. Sitillh
CI T Y N Ult V E Y O It, |
Pobbuku Building. ■
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WZBggggffi?J?aRIBIJkiMar^lbaZyi.»tfi.lAlgL,3CJW,?j'* BY.'flWP
Faici) Lvrro.i. Hkkdkrt A. Hubiinrll. R
LUPTOH & BUSHKELL
SUCCESSORS TO LurTON & IjUPTON
..Granite and Marble..
Monuments
' Headstones
and Fencing.
Your PutrooHKo Solicited*
Nkw Brunsk Av. & Central R. R.
RARITAN TRACTION CO.
Time Table in Effect. Oct. J,. 1903.
(Tarn l-nve Metuch«*n for Perth Anboy and nil
points East to Boynton Beach at 5 amt-85 minu
tes rant each hour from 0 a m. to 7.8r m.. and
from 7.85 lo 11.35 p. ui. at 83 mil flat the
U Caim leave Keasbey School for Metuchen at. 5
and 36 ininniei* past each hour from 15 a. m o
S.8*1 p in and every hour from 8 to ildti p. m.
Oars Intiv' Kcnsbey for all points EftBt every
15 minutes. . ^
Car? leave? Bridge at Woodbridge Creek for
Kcesbev at. foot of Smith Street evor7 30 minu
tes from 0.15 a. m, to 11.45 p. m.
Cara leave Bridge at Woodbridge Crock for
Metuchen on the even hour and half hour from «
a iu. to (5 80 p. m. and on tho half hour only
from 0.80 to iOJJOp. m.
Cars leave Staten Island Ferry for Metuchen
and Keasbey ttobool at 18 and 48 minutes past
each hour from 6 b. ra. to 7 p in. end from 7 to
] p. m. at 48 minutes only and for Keasbey at
foot of Smith Street at 3 and S8 minutes past the
hour.
Cars leave Platen Island Forry for Bridge at
Woodbridge Creek at 11,26, 41 and 6(5 minutes
pact.each hour from 0 a. in. to 11*41 p. m.
WM. G. BOCK
Pnrerlrf erdenfc
PKKT1I AMBOY l'OST OFFICE
SCIIKDUIjK.
Taking effect Oct. 13,1908.
Opi UH iiL 7 A. M. Closes at 7 l*. M.
Malls Arrive:
New York. Western and Southern. 7 .00a m
dah way—Woodbridge. 7.80 a ui
South .Jersey wav Mail. 8 00am
Fords and Keasbey. 8.15a in
Now York and Northern Way.. 9 30 a m
Rahway, direct.•. }?•£?,* m
N**w York and Northern Wyiy. .12.80Jp m
South Jersey Way. TaOpt"
Woodbridge direct. 1 W :
Now York direct .. 2.80 p m
South Jersey Way. 6.80 |» rn
Brooklyn, Pennsylvania and N. Jonoy ».80 p ’■
dahwHV d»i*. ct. 6.80 p in
Fords and Keaabev.:...*•• , .. 6.26p*m
Mulls Close*
Rahway and 'Voodbridge. 7 15 ft m
New York and Northern Way.. 7 80 a m
South Jersey Way.. 9 00 .1 in
New York and Eastern Statee. 9 80a nj
Fords aud Ken^bay. 9-30 « m
Itiihwa. and Woodbridgo. 12.Mia m
South Jersey Way.19,00 pm
New York «od Northern Way. 12.80 am
New York and Norlborn Way. 4,30 p in
South Jei>ev Way . 4.80 p m
Rahway and Woodbridgo . 4.80pm
Kurd* and Keasbey . 7 00 p in
All points. T-00 p m
Mon*** Order depart metit opens at 7 a ra close*
atU.45 p m Saturday at. 0.30 p in
Geo. If Ttcs.P.M.
FIltE ALARM BOXES.
23 Raritan Copper Works
2G High and Lewis
•/? Madison ave and Paterson Ht
28 Market and First sts.
85 Smith and Hight-t
37 Slate and Smith sts
43 Buckingham ave and Hnrtf
45 Commerce and Front sts
47 High and Washington si r
54 Stalest and Buckingham ave
50 Hull ave and Charles et.
57 Railroad ave and Wayne st
G2 Washington and First sts
(L Turnpike and Elm st
04Smith St and Watson ave
G5 Commerce and State sts
72 Front ADd Smith sts
73 Water and Gordon sts
74 Kearny ave and Gordon st
82 Smith and Herbert, St
t*3 Woodbridgo road and Washington »t
84 Lehigh ave s Stanford st
To send in an alarm, open the door ol the bo*
and pull down the lever and let go once only.
Stay at box until firemen arrive.
srrniAi. oaua.
1 tap - Break in circuit. 2 taps - Drill and Are
alarm lest. Hvdtsnt a I corner of Jefferson and
High street always to U»* used for this trial 3
i sps FI re out. 5 taps-Police call. 12—Cali for
Lincoln Hope. IK Call for Washington Hose
1J (’nil for McClellan iJouo 15- Call for Pro
tection H. and L.
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for or from Portb Amboy or. notice to Agon* or
Conductor.
For tUitlior in format-ion *oe time- tab Job
l’ickoia for all polnt.8 ou tho roniisy|y«nia
Railroad and connect Ions. Pullman urcom
uiodationB At at fclfJtot oflice.l’erth Au*bry A
VV. W. ATTEUBURY, Cienoral wanBijur.
t n •vcxii 1 l’tiHu'r Tr»'-flic Manager.
GKO W. BOYD, uen'iraoa. Ag’t.
READIWG (J-VRiEM
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL
Corrected to Oct. 26 11103
TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBO’/
For Now York, Newark uutl Elizabeth at
$.00 Mondays excepted to New York J
(only) G Vo, 7 17 7.46, New York (only) 7.58, 41
0 r.t. 11.J8. 11.60 a. t»j., 1 10, 8 33 4 f 0 6 09. ”
6 30, 7 4-r>, H OR, v 5b, p. in. Buudayis A bO, b 37
a. m 6 29, l) 47, p. m.
For Philadelphia a* d Trenton via Rcurd
Biook, 7 17, 1118. 11.59 am 1 10, 5 09 p. m
Bm davB, 8 37 a. in 529 p. nx
ror Lotik Branch, Ocean «r^ve. etc. 6.W
980, a. in. 12.21. 442- 515. 7.19 p. in 12.96
(i*und>y8 excepted) SnndayB except Ocean
Grove) 9 55, a. lu 4 64 p. m.
or r reebold, 5 07. 6.51 n 30 ft. m,, 19.22 8 27,
5.15 p in.
Additional 1 rains for Red Pank 2 27, 6 15. 6.8?,
P. M. For South Amboy C.5I, 7 11, 9 20 p. ni ,:
3. 2/, 4. 49 pm. 5 15, 5.52 9.29.
Leave New York, 1.10, 5/0, «.t\ 8 03. 10.00,
11 ' (l ft. I HU 2 00, 3 15, 11,68, 1.80, 5 10. 5.38,
0.80,8.8), 11.*0 p m. HumlaxsO.OO A. in. 1.00p.m
Leaves KliailiHh. 4.05, (LA 8.4 , 9.f4, 11.51,
a. 1,1. 1. 411, 2.17, 3.SO, 1.12, 4.43, 5.18. 0.42,8. t8,
li r»j, p m Sundays, Oar, a. in. 4.C3j?sm.
Loaves Newark 0 18, H 85, 0.12, 102, a ni
1.20, 6.35, 1.10, 0.10. (» HI, 8.15. 11.50, p in.
du)s, O.uj, h. hi. I US, p. ni.
Through ticket* to nil points *t lowest rate*
may be bad on application io advance to the
ticket agent at the mutton.
W, O. Brh.br, Vice-Free. & Central Muting
C. M. Bun:, General Passenger Agent.
LEHIGH VALLBir KAJLltOAD
Time Table. tn cffaot Aug. U, 1WU8.
m*tlon» in New l’ork, foot ot Uortiandt, Deu
brossoa and West SSi'd atreste, Penn a. li. H
Ferries.
T it a. ips 1 -BA v n Statn Htrjibt Station.
FOB NEW YORK
6.10,8.00 am 4.29 p.m. 1.8o p.m. dally connect*
wJu way train for Hound Brook,Mauch Chunk
Wentheriy, Maaelton Puttsvllle and intermedi
ale points.
FOll SOUTH PDA IN FIELD.
rt.10, 8.00 am. 1.90,4. 20 p. tn. euidays
8 35 a. U1 1.80. 6.15 p. m*
FoilOTHEli POINTS
8.(0a. m. Dally Except Sunday Connect with
tr.iia express tor Wanton, JJolhlelmra Allen
town, PoiL-vilk*, Buffalo. NiMgr.ru Falls and Chi
cago. Parlor Car New York to Buffalo, con
nects with local train for all points east of
Mauch Chunk.
9.85a. m. Sundays only. Express train for
Buffalo, Niagara Fallu, and Chicago. Stops at
Flemii.gfon JcL
4.20 i). m. Dally Except Sunday Express for
for Wilkes Dario, Sere.’.ton, Laeolton, V
and principal 1nicrmediate slalloxiH.
6.15 p. in. Sundays only Through train for
Buffalo, Niagara Falls, tettiuronafov Iirldgo
and Chicago, connect3 lor New Yolk. A vj
T&A1N8 LEAVE SOUTH PLAINFIELD
FOB PERTH AMBOY I
9.10, a. m. 8.45.5.0U, 7.50, p. m. Bunduys: \
10..% a. n»., 5.00, 7.50 n. m. Trains arrive Perth
Amboy-9.30 a. in.. 8.104.05, 5.26,8.10 p.m. Bun
day, 10.57 a. m., 6.25, 8.10 p. m.
Tlcketu sold to all Western Points. jd
For further inlomatlou apply to ticket ■
agents. ijj
Staten Island Rapid Transit R. R. /
Time Table In effect on and after Oct, 11 1903 /
Perth Amboy lo New York—Leave foot of /
Smith tit. daily except Sundays end \
Holidav 5 15, 0.12 6.58, 7.DC, 7 3f, H.O.T 8 03
8 55,10.05, and jl.'Juim. 12 66. 1 55 2.50, 8.55,
4.3J 6.30. 0.13, 8.00, 9.10 10.30, 11.15 P. M,
Sundays atidLegal Holidays
6.20, 7.b6, 8.53. 9.55, 10.55 ’1.65 A . M. 12 56. 1.66,
2.56, 8.55, 4.50, 5.6u. O.tO, , 7..*U, 9.40,P. M.
Ne*' York to Perth Amboy: Leave foot of
Whitehall Hi. daily except Sunday and Legal
Holidays, 5.65, 6.60,fl no,9,00. 10.00, 11.00a. tn.
13.30 1 0) 2.30, 3 30. 4 30. 5.10. fl.JJO 6.46, 0 15, i
0.35, 7.80, 8.80,9 43,11.05 12.25.
Sundays and Legal Holidav a.
Leave New Ycrk.7 0 , fl.« 0. 10.03,11.00. 1‘2'O.a.m
I. 01. 2 CO, 3.00,4.00, 5.00, C.Ol, 7.CO, 8A0, S.00
II. 05,p.m.
F» rry bet ween Perth A inboy And Tottonville—
leave Perth Ainhoy dal y x.5.16, act! 12, 6.82,
xG.r*8. x7.8iL x8.03, *8.55. H.25, xIO.CS, 10.50
xl 1.2)1 m. 72 25. x 18.55, xl.65. x2 50. *3.55,
X4.8U. 4.55. x5 8 >. 0 CO. xb 45. 7 06, 7.. 0. X8 00,
x9.t'0 0 5», xlu.30 xil.15 p. zn 12.30a.ui.
tiundayaind Lc^al Holidays x 6.20, 6 IS, x7.56
x8.f6, x9.5Vxl0.ft'. x 11.65. a. m.xl2.P5. xl r.r,,
*2.55,x K 65, x4.'0, *6.rO,xO 60, x7.50 8 40,
x9.49,l(\30.p.m 18.4D.it. in.
Leave Tottonvlllo dally xl.00, 5.65, 0 W, 6.42
x7.10. 7.60 x8.13, X9.10, 9.40, xl0.15, X11.C5 a.
m. x 12 06. 12 40 xl .‘15, X2.86, X« 37. 4.10, X4.37,
6 1P. z5H7. xti.16, x6.55, x7.17,x7.40, x8 37,
X9 37 10 15x10.46, p in. x!2.1‘, x'.80 A. M.
Sundays and Legal Holidays ♦0 30, 7.15, x 8.10
9.40. xtO.l J, Xli.n. a. ni. xl8.10,xL.10,x3 .10
x3 10 x 4 10 x5.10, xft.10 x7.lO.x8.10, X9.1J
xio 12 10 45. p in. xl3 10a.m.
♦Legal holidays only
xTrain Connect.on. jl
J. VAN SMITH. P. H. CAB81DY,
H«r«1ver Wen ’I Traffic Agent
MXYSSOMMAS*
| Cures Cclcioi Prevents !.rtic.;mnn!a

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