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! PARDEE BOWLERS BEAT TRUST COMPANY'S FiVE f Bankers Went Down in Three Straight Games—Won by Good Margin. In three straight games last uight the C. Pnrdee bowling team defeated the Perth Amboy Trust Company clerks at the Hartmann alleys. The first game was started at 8 o’clock and the mntcb was finished by 11 o'clock. The alloys wore in fine comlition and the Pardee boys seemed to bo right at home. This is the first time the Trust Company clerks have bowled on the Hartmann alleys. The following are the scores and players: P. A. Trust, Co. Degenrug 120 08 130 Koch 133 88 35 Nichols Htti 142 114 Oleson 123 08 132 Urowney 148 150 158 (189 585 (128 C. Parilee. Hat Her 145 178 1(10 Sofleld 145 144 08 Jones 13(1 123 120 Numbers 1(18 155 12!! Dunn 193 188 174 78(1 788 (184 RELIANCE A. C MEETS There is to bo a mooting of the Reliance Athletic Club tonight at S o'clock. At this mooting a date for a ball and reception will be set. A committee to select a suitable hall will also be appointed. New mem bers, who have applied for member ship, will also bo admitted. This clob, as was told i xelnsively in tin Kveniug News, yesterday, was organ ized Sandny with the objoct of pro moting general sports. PUNTS AND PASSES L The Forum boys are all ready now L for .the.^MBM. _with Woodridge, BA^Ttiau£sgi^n^<la^|»fternoon. TTia' V they will wallop Jae visitors tliev I have no doubt. ^ * The Riverside football team was out for practioe last night. They arc trying to book a game with Totten ville for Thursday afternoon. If they ctinch the matter the game will be played in this city, on the Raritan uopper v»uiKH STRlK.S ANU SPARES. Tonight the Riverside howling nlnb will roll ngninst Jtho Deltas at the Hartmann alloys. The Riversides are ■till waiting to play the High School team, and a date may bo set for one night next week. Tonight the Pornna bowling club will go oat to Loeser’s Excelsior alleys they are to play against the olsior howling team. The follow are the Peruna players: Fox. Iton, Koch, Graham and Waring. LIARDS IN 70TTENV1LLE. ^ billiard tonruameut, which |l at the Aqnahonga club, Tot e, S. I., last Saturday night, is well under way. The prize nll\r to the winner is a billiard one. All of the members are trying their lnck. Those ahead so far are as follows: H. LaForge, 0. M. Wiuant, Janies Tit e, James Hodge, John Ronsli, W. D. French, and M. L. Jolino. INTER-STATE LEAGUE — - ' X W. L. Played Niglifs 2 0 2 Itias \ 2 o 2 TR'n 1 (I ■> 2 Aquahongas 0 2 2 INTER COUNTY LEAGUE W. L. Play’d liarituns, N. H., 7 2 U Metnchen 7 2 !» Pop Sooials 2 5 8 Bound Brook 2 5 8 Gomes foifdtod: Bound Brook 1. Pop Socials 1. THEODORE BLOODSOOD BOWLING ALLEY Billiard and Pool Parlor DINARS AMD TOBACCO 42 Smith Street1 Perth Amboy. N. J r’RARiTAN’CAFE '§ ; BOWLING BILLIARDS ; ■ BW-164 Smith St Perth Amboy “ JAMES KIRBY, Prop. %>iiiiiiaiiiMiiatiaaaaiiuiiaaiiia L TO FOLLOW FOOTBALL Lovers of Sport Planning for Lames Whin Football Goes out Thursday. Now tlmt the football season is prac tically over, most ot the local teams will end the game by 'Thanksgiving Day. Tho lovers of sports are making arrangements for other amnsements. There is some talk of forming’ bas ketball teams for inside games. If tliis idea is successful either Wilder Hall or Grand Central Place will be engngod and exhibitions given to the pnblic. Hockey will also boom this winter, if tho ioo is in any condition at all. CLYDE MEN AFTER CUP. 1 lt<>iiorl I'rMin »w (’rtnflrm : \civM <»f « hullviuv'i* For lU'Sft. GLASGi »W. Nov. Id h- -The reported Intention of Clyde yachtsmen to ehal* huge for tin* America's cup lias been confirmed by tho Glasgow Ilcrald. Tin* paper nays: “The latest suggestion on the subject, which is favorably received, is th.it Messrs, routes. Clark and Honald^on should head three separate syndicate anil have three yachts designed respec tively by Watson. Fife and Mylar, the yachts to be raced throughout the sum liter and the best one to be selected t challenge in 1IH Uuriuev nt I.ntnnln. CINCINNATI. <».. Nov. 24.—At T.:i fonia head i**i!i*?hv* reunited. Lyri-s* mu! Sea Pirate v.tiv tin* only wlnmn: favorites. William Murray took th place of .fanes 1' jltuinn as starter and sucres fully used a new system it sending them away from the pcs Instead of the fhdd Ktn tiding Hat fort ed the horses are sent hack s vora yards anftl allowed t> mn up to tli barrier. lie.*?I>2-v u< Bi'init/iiai, WASHINGTON. No.. 21 Cad.an dc’s perform m<e in the last rare wn the feature at H<-anbigs. lie conredet weight to ji good Held anil wen. gain away at the end and covering the tail in 1:11. whieli i»: belter than the he time for the didaiiee over the n*v •oiirsr last week. Trap sAst was th wiily winning favorite. I’jnlmar Lciiuln Her. t Parr, ~ woicctisfi:!:. Mn ... n«»v. ■>». .w Parr of ldul'alo was I aten hy lljalimi' Tmndiu m a l.ii. d style wrer lin match ill Meehuuiej* hall. Ia::r1ia wo the tirst and third falls at Greco-If man sty In and I’nrr the second fall a catch as catch can. Otto 5*tifel Won. RAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 24.— Tie two-year-old race i suited in the Iks; contest ut Oakland. Otto Rtifel winning hy a head from Sir Appleby, with Mis* May liowdish a close third. llali'Iu'h WitiM ut rnotliull. RALKKJII, N. (Nov. 24.—In n oil sided football contest here the Raleigh college defeated the Richmonds by score of f>3 to 0. Richmond being com pletely outclassed. nan Carlo*’ Ha lighter Slopes. RKR1.IN. Nov. 21. Die Morgen Post prints a rumor from Dresden that tin* Prim- *> Alict*. wife of Prince Frederic r»f Schoenberg-W a ldenhurg. disuppear imI two weeks ago and that her coach man disappeared at the same time. The people of Dresden, Die Morgen Post says, believe that the princess and tie* coachman have (doped. Inquiries at the residence ot the princess elicit the answer that her highness is traveling and that her present whereabout is unknown. The princess i~ the youngest [laughter of Don Darios of Roiirboii. pretender to the Spanish throne. 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 rale by h. McCullough, Perth Amboy, N. J. The undersigned will dispose of the entire stock of Men’s, Boys', Radies’ and Children’s Shoes at greatly cut prices to make room for a complete new stock which I have purchased. Rubbers and Rubber Boots will be sold at cost prices to close them out. Our stock consists of the best makes of JS 3O 153 JS and must be sold by December 15, 1903. A call will convince you that you can save money. Our best 3.50 shoe will be sold for 2 50. Our 2 50 shoe for 2.00- 3.00 shoe for 2.25. Other Shoes equally as low- All kinds of repairing neatly and quickly done cheap. ~hTdoriI 105 Smith St. Kempson Bld g. Opposite J. Weinberg. HORSEBACK RIDING. 1 KserelHC Which Should He* More ( omiuoii Aiuonfe Amer ican \\ OlUVU. IlorscoacK numg is ranaeu us uncut the most pleasant exercises to bring back lost health. Aside lroni its bene ficial (fleets in the matter of health, it creates in woman a sympathy with the noble animal which she rides. A true story is told by a woman who made no pre tensions toward unusual horseman ship in fact, she ranked herself as j rath' r below the average. She came* into possession of a beautiful mare di- j rectiy descended from a magnificent | Arabian. The animal was under three years of aye and as untamed and frolic some as a young dog. But tin* Arabian beauty seemed to understand the love of her mistress and soon the mere sound of her voice exercised a perfect control over the spirited animal. No one ex cept the mistress could mount her with out being thrown, but the owner would fearlessly take her seat and canter over the wildest country, controlling her spirited steed by only an occasional g( ntle word. Riding among American men and women is not the common exercise which it should be nor which it prom ises to become, says the Prairie Farmer. We admire a fine horsewoman and, in deed. she cannot but command our at tention. A graceful woman is at her b vi in the saddle, and when a true turf woman mounts a favorite steed her face lights up until it is aglow with life and I happiness. In history we read of many queens who were noted as superior. horsewomen. Queen Anne of Luxem bourg, the wife of Richard II., first in troduced the ide saddle into England in the year ! Ml. But many of the Eng-! lisli woimn still ride astride like men.! In 1an Andalusian horse and mare 1 inatod those numerous mobs which i have spread over the whole of South America and have passed over the istli-: mus of Panama into North America.1 It is rather strange that the women of the great South American plains have discarded the side saddle and ride “Pisana” fashion, that is, the lady in front of her escort. It would seem that th .-o worn* n with the wild Spanish bio d coursing through their veins would love daring too well to submit to this tame fashion of riding. This method is not at all graceful. In Mex ico there are now magnificent horse women who will attempt to ride almost anything. They seem never to tire of the saddle, but. they use the cross sad dle. Their riding garb is a most sen sible coi .'inc of a Norfolk jacket ttici.ed in at the boh, loose Turkish pajamas, thrust into riding boots of soft yellow bather, a pair of Mexican spurs and a ladles’ '•sombrero." Of women sar.it:ir> inspector.- there ir< over 10 in England ar.d \\'ab*s,six in Scot! :’:d. and five in Ireland, nln.id 140 won,in Icing engaged in various kinds ! .-•.Uiitan work. i nik rtlK home office at tory in.* pt cl1 rs, o'.: umb r t.hf* lu< s.l rown.nu ut board md tiv» under tin- L. n ii i Don't forget to < inler a case of h’eigenspan’s Ale ot Wm rzhurger Brew in time for Thanksgiving. You’ll enjoy your turkey Better and digest it easier. It's a delightfully satisfying adjunct to any meal. FEIGENSPAN’S Breweries, Newark N J ‘ I suffered for raoutln from sore tliroi K leotria Oil cun-d nip in twent.v-four hours.” M. S. Gist, Utawcsiillc, Ky. One V. :iy ol' Doing ft. Front Faris comes at; utilising tilt of nformation. In order to look one’s pret Seat it is. of course, essential to have a otrl or two on the forehead, it lias been 'ound difficult to achieve thli when mo oring, but the Pariuinac overcosies the liiScitlty with great success by provid ng herself with detachable itiris and ixir.g them securely to her hat, which n its turn Is held in plat e by a motoring ;eil ti d under her chin. A Guild Vliittu. It would be difficult to find in the lory of Sir Henry Stanley’s adven iiroiis life a more characteristic trait if the man than the answer he gave o his first employer when asked what 10 could do. "Anything.” came the prompt and confident reply, "that a ;ov of my age and streugth could he -xpeeled to do.” This saying might i il have been adopti ! a3 the explor er's life motto. "Cure the cough and save the life.” Dr. Wood's Norway Fine Syrup cures coughs and colds, down to tli i very verge ol consumption. Onr Total FarmtnW Area. Tlie total area used for farming pur pots in tile United Stall s is 841 ,(i()0,000 acres, an area larger than England v Scotland, Ireland. Wnhs. France, Gcr many, Austria. Spain. Japan and the Transvaal. There are in,488.000 perrons engaged in the agricultural pursuits, while all oth<r Industries employ but 18.815,00!). One-third of the people are. therefore, devoted to farming. I'll Wan to til it. me. “Jane, why don’t you stay at homo evenings, instead of walking around with that young man?” “It’s all pa’s fault.” “Your pa’s fault? Why?” “lie insisted cn lighting the house with electricity, and you can’t turn elec tricity down.”—Cleveland Plain Dealer. Ten thousand (lemons gnawing aw: y at one's vitals couldn’t lie much wo'Su t han the tortures of itching piles. Yet there’s a cute. Doan’s Oiutimit never fails. Care of Holler Butter molds and ihr little wooden paddles used for making blitter bails should !’«• scrubbed v i:li a brush, rinsed thoroughly and kepi in the refrigerator when not In use. Ancient (creek Stnt ce. A large and very perfect statue of the best period has b;-« u found at Samos, where < xca\utions i:r • still going on at the famous temple < i the goddess Hera. Builds up the system, put pure rich blood in the V( ins; makes men and wo men strong audheabhy. Burdock Blood iters, At any drug store. ProlmlHv the The largest pb.-w in the w* rid, haps, is owned hy Richard Gird, of San Bernardino, Gal. This immense sod turner stands is fc-d high, and weighs 5U.OOO pounds, it runs by steam, is pro vided with l” 1 --inch pi' v*shares, and Is capable of plowing 50 acres of land daily. It consumes from on to 1 R. tons af coal per day. and usually travels at if» vr.ii* fii u r ri.ilra dm Iw nit* Alderman Smith Well Again. Ahlonnan 1. F. Smith of Indianapolis, Ind., contracted a reveio cold which grew rapidly worse until his physicians said he had all I he symptoms of hasty oonsump tic.n. rl lie physician's proscriptions and several proprietary preparations (ailed In help him. A friend recommended Fo ley’s Honey and Tar, and in a few days he be^an to improve and tlie second bot tle cured him completely. lie says it, is the best remedy (or coughs, colds, ami Inn# trouble he has ever known. Accept no suhsl itutex. .-'old at Sexton’s Pharmacy, 70-72 Smith Street., “is he a poet? lb looks it.” “I think In* ha* beer. iiulieUd on the chare,* , but m u r convicted.” Town Topics. Bis forced IDcoimmj . A man i i. in Us hi is pram »<•■ ■*.. • ; mu i.i;. •,.iiru In denies himself thing lie can’t raise tin* money tu buy. I hi* a Fork. If a io:k he *• - d in id. j.dinv water and lionr for Ihl* kc aing purporta.; lor gravy, t he mixture will not lump. All Wiiiii (o C’oi'.imnnil. IIow lew people there a * who are willing to he privates -ri ti.: .1 HIWI U ■ III*.. UIIV I Ml M I/ll • The principal reason why more than one third of the people die from kidney diseases in mine form i* became it is so iiir-iduous tlmt the kiducvs may he badly afVooted he lore the victim realizes his danger. It’you have any indication ol kidney trouble take Foley’s Kidney Cure at ni ce as it corrects it regularitics and makes the kidney and bladder light. Hemember the name, Foley’s Kidney Cure. ojnld at, Bex ton's Pharmacy. 70 Bmilh :• treet. NOTICE. NOTICE la hereby given that tin* ni.derBlgWMj Intend* making application t<» the Hoard ot KxcIho Coinmisainner* of the City ot Perth Am boy, at their next meeting, for a lh-en*o to keep a aafoon with the privilege of Belling mult and •i&ritttous Uvitv-ra pi the Cltl of Perth Aubov and in ’lie home owned by himself. on flid layette SStivo;. t «. Bl'rllNMt 4°d5 -11 !7-2i-o. t*. w. NOTICE. •j^TOTTOK Is hereby giver, that the limloraigner] intend* making application to the ttoaidnf Kx<I*h 1 '•Miwnlfflioner,* of the Cilyof Perth Aim hov, at their n»*xt meeting for a lieenmi t«» keep 1 B.ifoon villi the priiilr > ..1 ..••lluig malt mu] ipinuams it'iuoiM in the Uy of inrlh A mh. i mi 1 in n hoiisy own. il by himself, I n SI Cather ine HlreeU ’ Chun O’Unuk. 4M4-ll-17-2t o, e. w ! BANNER SALVE is the most healing salve in the world. It cures Sores, Cuts, Burns and all Skin Diseases. It positively 3. Kingsbaker, East Ohio Street Chicago, writes: ”1 had a bad case or Piles for reveral yearn. BANNER SALVE cured rue quickly and permanently after leveral doctors and remedies had failod to relieve me.” GUARANTEED. PrSaaZS Gant* mwosaneTiimnaii.iJBiaaanBisamaMMsaaBnMWMPna I Builders anti Con-! tractors Directory. I CHRISTENSEN & FEBDERSEN Masons and Contractors C f5c€.# 18? Madison Ave. Tel. 67b Parth Amboy, N. J. J0HN~0BUCH^ Carpentor and Buiider. Jobbing promptly attended to. 170 Rector street, Perth Amboy. N. J. J. H. TYRRELL FINE TEAMS AND COACHES FOR WEDDINGS, FUNERALS, Eto. A SPECIALTY Carling to ALL PARTS of the CITY Kesidcuce and < llliw, 30 Commerce St Tel. Call 24. Saud, Grv.il. Briok, Flue Linings and Sower I’ipe Furnished. 32 Woodblidgo Road. 17(1 Brighton Ave LUND & CHRISTENSEN Carpenters and Builders OHi.jo aud Shop: f» Eawt Avonwo, Estimate? furniahed. Jobbing attended to GRAHAFTIvrKEo’N General Contractors EXCAVATING, GRADING, ETC. Sami, 14ravel. lSroktm Stone, Carting, Kw 244 Smith St. 225 New Erunswlok Ave, A. K. JENSEN, Successor to J. K. Jmjsen. Mason and Contractor 221 Washington St. AXEL wiCKSTRUM V'drpt’Dicr JobMinir. Strain L’awIrjR, Turning Scroll and r*ll Mill Work. Shop and Ollioe; 1211 Brighton Ave. fiaaiiloui.T1 State & howls St. Houho Painting, Paper Hanging, If tori, • OeooraHnv 23H WssMisato* Sl JENS K. JENSEN ARCHITECT OFFICE; I’. O. BUILDING Uotndeiioe; ‘250 Washington St. Perth Amboy, N. J F. J. LARKiM Plumbing A Can Pitting Htoam, Hot Water and Hot Air LJeatine Dealer In Steven. Uargeo and Heater Repair In* of all kin , nniUlty. ST*? £1 ate Hi.reet. ferth Amboy. N. J THE FARKIHGTUfl CO. Succeesorg to Farrington A Runyon U<‘ LUMBER. LIME, LATH. MILL WORK, HArlDWAiSE All klede of Hulldirg Material Office. 128 Kavette 6.*.rect Perth Amboy, N. J E. 0. CARLSON, Painter L Paperiianger oitbini; prompHy • ferried to 1M Gr.rrtnn C. W*. WINBF.RG Painter and Paper Hanger 142 Brighton Ave. in * W. J. DONNELL Wliolowilo AMii tt»ba!l ItaHler io lumber. Lath, Cement, Doors, Sashes Blinds, Vouidinns, Builder’s Hardware Hair aud Nails. ■Hllce and Yard; .Tegersr.n St.VO. It. It. of N, 1 IVrth -A mliojr, N. J. fFr1j^n¥1v^te*rbe1rg Painter anti Paper Hanger 125 Brighton Avi p“skov~&To" Artificial Sione and Cemont Work? Office: I08 Fulton St., New York City A. SMITH, Mason and Buiido Esti mates Cheerfully given. *4 nr HftU Avp, 1'nrth Am»>rt (?. B. SMITH Sanitary Plumber Tinning and Sheet Iron Worker. Swan and Gas Fitter. Jobb ng promptly attended to. Shop 55 N. IJ. Ave. Forth Amboy. N. ■!, J. P. KGYEN CARPENTER cad BUILDER Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended tc 90 New Brunswick Av., Perth Amboy BIIOP; 17 KING ST. Maks* Kiiinevs. and Bladder Ri_ht COLOKfe IN MULINKRY. Till In 'I'Ii zi t Arc \i»u in Fuvor nllii Smart UrrtierH, Ol«l and A ouni&'. — Colors la millinery need to be care fully studied, for the color that looks well around the neck' may prove be coming on the hair. A short while ago emerald-green hats were the rage, but women have begun to realise how hard and metallic is the color. The tender greens of the early spfing are exempli fied in the foliage that frames the brims of ibe new hats, a green so ten der and soft that it will not spoil any complexion. Old-rose or crushed straw berry is also much exploited lor milli nery. It is as rouge to the middle-aged woman or the fading blond; it lends a glow to the dullest faces, and the new grapes ami foliage in faded old rose tints are most lovely and becom ing as a hat garniture, says American Queen. Gray-green, or vert do gris, is anoth er becoming color used in millinery, and one which Invariably proves satis factory. Black and white hats are on the same lines, and I may say that, if a woman who has passed her prime will keep lo these harmonious hues she may consider herself bien collie. A black hat is sometimes too heavy for many faces; it acts like an extinguish er. But if the black hat Is light and transparent, with a glittering Jet-span gled brim, the effect is quite different. All white hats are suitable to many, and pale-blue hats are either very be coming or quite the reverse. A hat of pure pink is always a little trying, and worn by Horid blonds op black-haired women with a brilliant color. Blue, shot with green, has been indiscrimi nately worn in millinery, but it is only Bjitable to women with pinky skins and red-gold linlr. Red hats arc dis tractingly becoming to certain types of blondes and brunettes, but they require a pretty face, youth and a certain amount of individual style. It is al ways safer to choose tlie fruit-red or begonia shades. Crniiliorry SoulKc. Stew one quart of cranberries in just enough water to keep them from burn ing; (lien press through u sieve; add three-quarters of a cupful of sugar and let them get cold; then fold in the beaten whites of six eggs. Heap this up in a buttered dish, sprinkle with powdered sugar and hake in a slow oven for about 40 minutes. A more satisfactory way to took the berries in order lo have the pulp sufficiently thick for the sou die is to steam them in a double holler, adding but two or thre tablespoonfuls of water to them. —Washington star. Works ltolh Wnyi. Crimsonbealt—The longer a man keeps whisky, the better it is. Yeast—Yes; and the better the man it, too.—Yonkers Statesman. Popular Fiction. Mrs. Bacon—What is your husband’s favorite work c" Action? Mrs. Egbert —Fish stories RARITAN TRACTION CO. Time Table In Effect Oct. 1,. 190!!. Care leave Metuchen for Perth Auboy aud ali points East to Boynton Beach at 5 and 85 minu tes pa«t each hour from Oh m. to 7.35 p. ni.. and from 7.35 lo 11.35 p. m. at 35 minutes past the hour. Cara In >ve Keasbey School for Metuchen at 5 and 85minntos past etch hour from (la. m o b..N' p m and every hour from R to il.lt p. m. Cars Inav > Kcaabey for all points JtasL every 15 minutes. Car- le.»ve* Bridge at Wood bridge Creek for Keasbevut foot of smith Street every 30 minu te* from 0.15 a. m, to 11.45 p. m. Care leave Bridge at Woodbridge Creek for Metuchen on the even hour and half hour from b ft m. to 080 r> ni. and ou the half hour onlv from 0.80 to I«).30p. m Cora leave Staten Island Ferry for Metuchen and Keas’oey Sohool at 18 and 48 minutes past each hour trow 0 a rn. to 7 p in. and from 7 to 1 p. m. at 48 minutes only and for Koasbey at fool of Smith Street at 3 und 33 minutes past the hour. Cars leave Staten Island Ferry for Bridge at Wocdbridge Creek at 11,26, 41 and 56 minutes past .each hour from 6 a. ni. to 11*41 p m. WM, 0. BOCK cr reel el #r dm.t iVUUTli AMBOY POST OFFICE SCHEDULE. Taking effect Oct. 12,1908 Opens at 7 A. M. Closes at 7 IV M. Mulls Arrive* New York Western and Southern. 7.00 r m itnhway— Wood bridge. 7.SO a m South ileraey way Mail. POOam Fords and K.-asbey. 8.15a W New York t'tid Northern Way. 0 30 a in Rahwav. direct..12.90 a rn N**w York and Northern Way.12.80 p m FontJi Jersey Way. 1. ISO p in Wocdbridge direct. 1 80 New York direct . .. 2.80pm New York and Northern >5 ay.... 5.00 n fiouth Jersey Way. .... 5.80pm Brooklyn, Pennsylvania and N. Jersey t .B0 p Rahway, ciir*et. 0.80 p m Fords and Keastev . ..C.aGpjn lllnlld r'lniiM. 1! ah way and SVoodbrldge. 7 15 ft ra New York and Northern Way. 7 30 % m South Jersey Way. 9 00 .i m New York and Eastern States. 9 HUa m Fords and Keasbey. . 9.30 a in Hahwuc ami Wood bridge. 12. U) a in South Jersey Way. 12,00 d ra New York and Northern Way. 12.80am New York and Northern Way. 4,30 p ni South Jersey Way . 4.80 pm Italiway And Woodbrldge . 4.30pm Fords and Keasbty . 7 <10 p m All points. 7.00 pm Mope; Order department opens at 7 a ra close* at 0.15 p m Saturday at 0.80 p in Gko. H Tick. P. M. FIT? B A JjA RM BOXES 29 Uuritan Copper Worka 20 High and Lewis 27 Madison ave and Paterson st 28 Market, and First st*. 35 Smith and High st 87 State and Smith stn 43 Buckingham ave and Fb.rtf 45 Commerce and Front ‘its 47 High and Washington str M State st and Buckingham ave 5C hull ave and Charles st 57 Uailroad ave and Wayne st (Hi Washington and First sta (]'■ Turnpike and Elm st 04Smith St and Watson avo 65 Commerce and State sta 72 Front and Smith sts 73 Water and Gordon bts 74 Kearny ave and Gordon 9t 82Smith and Herbert fit 83 Woodbrldge road and Washington st bl Lehigh ave ? '■ Stanford st To send in an alarm, open the door of the box and pull down the lever aud let go once only. btAy ut box until firemen arrive. RPKOIAt. caulk. 1 tap—Break in circuit. 2 taps - Prill and fire alarm test. Hydiant at corner of JeflVrson and High **treel always to be used fur fids trial. 3 taps Fire tint, fj taps Police call. 12—Cali for Lincoln Hose. 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CC 4 r. 5r2 A: Ef £L ft "y" a top s only to cake on or iefc off passengers for or from .p«r*ti Araboyon notice to Agent or Conductor. For further in formation sec time-tables Tickets lor all points on the Peunsyltonia Railroad and connections, Pullman accom modations. .*c at 1 lokst oiBce.l‘erth Amboy W. W. ATTBltBURY, Ocnersl Manager. .T u WOOP Pans’r Trhftli* Manager. GEO. W. BOYli..Uen’j Itss. Agt. RECAOINfS SYSTEM NEW JERSEY CENTRAL Corrected to Oct. 20 1003 TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBOY vnr New York, Newark ami Kll/.ubetbat 3.00 MoiuIuvh excepted to New York (only) 0*5,7 17 7.46, New York (only) 7.58, 9 61, 11.18. 11.50 O.U.., 110, 322 4'U 5 09. .5 90, 7 45, 8 0.3. • So. )*. n>. Bundayft, 3 i-O, 9 87 а. in. 5 89, 9 47, p. m. For Philadelphia a»'<1 Tremor* vl»i him* d Brook, 717, 11 18, 11.59 a iu 1 10, 5 09 p. in Ur.- (lavs, * Rt r*,. rn 5 99 p. ni. For Long Branch. ocems f V ve. elo. 6.07. 0 80, a. m. 18.98. 4 42 f.15, 7.19 p. in 12.9* (Sundays exetpted) ftnndayij except Ocean Grove) 9 65, a. in 4 M p. m. or Freehold, 5 07, (J.54 7 90 a. m„ 19.89 917, б. 15 p m. Additional trains for Bed Bank 8.87, 7^16, 6.8.°, P. M. For South Amboy 0.54, 7 11, 9 90 p. m 2. 3/, 4. 43 p m. 6 16, 6.58 9.29. TRAINS FOR PERTH AM BOY'. ^ Leave New York, 4 UU, 5/jQr Q.l v,».08r j©,00, ^ 11. : 0 a. in., 1.30 a00, 3 43, 3.S9, 4.30, 5 10, .VW, jj 0.30. ri.No, 11.*o p. m. SiinuavR 9.0*1 u. in. 4.00 p.m m I Leaves Eliztlmlh. 4.05, 0.22, K.4 . 9.(4. 11.51, M ; a. m. 1. <9. 8.17. 3.f0, 1.12, 4.43, 5.18, 0.43,8. 68, 1 li 55, p ill. Sundays. 9 85, a. in. 4.t8p. in. 1 I Leaves Newark 0 12, H 85, 9.12, 11.12, u m. ’ 1.20. 8.35, 4.40, 5.40, 0 19. 8.45. 11.50, p in. Sun da js, 9.0.1, a.in. 4.0;*, p. ill. Through tlckotc to all points at loweetmes may be had or. application in advance to Inn > ticket agonl at the nation W, (4. Px&Lirn, Vice-Prep. & Geneva I Hanag C. 6?.. Heir, General Passenger Agent. | LEHIGH VALLEY UAILKOAJD Time Table lu effect Aug. 0, 1008. Stations In New York, foot of Cortlandt, Dm* hrofisee ftud West 28z <1 street*, Penna. R. B Feirlen. Trains Lbavb Statb StbbbtStaticjh. FOR NEW YORK 6.10,8.00 am 4 2u p.rn. l.8o p.n. dally conned* wit " j»v train (or Bound Brook,Maucb Chunk I Weatherly, Uazeltcu Puttsvllle and intertnedi ale points. FOB SOUTH I’LAIN FIELD. « 10. 8.00. ft. no. 1.80,4.40. p. in. «ni aayi 8 35 a. Lu 1.80. 8.26 p. in * FOR OTHER POINTS 8.(0 a. rn. Daily Except Sunday Connect with train express lor Easton. Beiblebum Allen town, Pottivilli*, Buffalo. NiAo-rtr- Fall® and Chi* cairo. Parlor Car New York to Buffalo, con nects with local train for all poiuts east of Blanch Chunk. ! 9.80 a. in. Sundays only. Express train for I I Buffalo, Niagara Fails, mid Chicago, btopaat Fleininglou Jet. i 4.20 u. tii. Dully Except Sunday Kxpresn for I for wllkea Barre, Scranton, llu.zel ton, • 4 ‘and principal intermediate stations. ; 6.15 p. in. Sundays only Through train for 1 I Buffalo, Niagara Fulls, Bnspenalon Bridge 1 and Chicago. connects fov Now York. TRAINS LEAVE SOUTH PLAINFIELD FOR PERTH AMBOY i 9.10, ft. ir. 8.45, 5.00, 7.60, p. ni. Sunday*: 10.86 a. m., 6.W), 7.60 o. m. Trains arrive Perth /* Ambov—».:10 a. in.. 8.10 4 05,5.26,8.10 p.m. Bun- f \ day, 10.57 a. in., 5.25, 8.10 i>. m. Tickets sold Inall Western Points. I For further information apply to licke i agents. _ Staton Island Rapid Transit R. R. Tiuiu Tftl>le lu elTect od and after Oec. 11 1W8 Perth Amboy to New York - Leave foot of Hmltli Hr.. daily except Sundays end Legal Holiday 5 15, G. 12 6.68, 7.110, 7 at, HAM 8 03 8 55,10.05, and '1.25 a in. 12 66.1 55 *.5u, 8.65, 4.31 5.30, 0.4\ 8.0J, 2.(0,10.30, 11.15 P. M, Sundays and Legal Holidays 6.90, 7.55. 8.55. 9.65, 10 56 1 55 A. M. 12.56, 1.56, 2.55, 8.55, 4.50, ft.fiu. G.tO, , 7.60, 9.40,P. M. Ne*v York to Perth Amboy:—Leave foot of Whitehall St daily except Sunday and Legal Holidays. 5/5, G.50. 8 00,9.00. 10 00. 11.00 a. m. 12 30 1 JO 2.30. H 30. 4 80. M0. R.30 6.46. G 15. | 6.35, 7.30, 8.40, 9 41,11.1* 12.25. Sundays and Legal Holida's. ' f«eave New York 7 0 *, 9.‘ 0. 10.00,11.00. 19 ro.a.m I. 01. 2 GO, 3 10, 4.00, 5.00, O.OU, 7.10, 8.(0, 'J.ll) II. i'5,p.m. t Ferry between PeiIh Amboy and Tottenvllle— leave Perth Amhoy da« ? Jtft.16, x6 12, 6.82, 16.68, x7.H5, x8 08, X8.*>\ 9.95, xlO.05, 10.60 xll.2»a. in. 12 25, x 12.56, xl.56. x260, x3.66, x4 3". 4.55, x5 3 G OO. xG 46, 7(6, 7 10, X8 00, x9 (0 95>, X 1(1.30 xll.15 p. m. 12.30a.m. Bunduyssnd Le’al Holidays x 0.20, G 46. X7.55 x8 f 6, x9 55.xlO.66. x 11.55. a. m.xlS.66, xl .W>, >2 tn.x 8 55. x4ro. x5.M),xG 50, x7.60. 8 40, *3 40,19.30. p in l«.40,ft. in. Leave To»Ionvtlie dally xl.30, 6.65, 6 22, 6.42 X7.10. 7.f*0 x8 15, xft.10. 9 Id, x10 16, ill C6 a. m x 12 06. 12 4d xl 145, *2.35. :i7, 4.10, x4.R7, 6 H\ X5H7. xt».1B, xG.55, x7.17, x 7.40, xB 37, x9 37 Id 15* 0/5, P in. x12.1-. x; 30 A. M. Bundays and Legal Holidays *0 30. 7.15 xB.10 0.30. xlO.M, x11.1 o, ft. m. xl2.10.xl.10,r4 .10 x3 1<* x 4 10 x5.10, x6.10 x7.10,x8.10, x9 1J xl() 12 10.45, p m. xl2 10a.m. ♦Legal holidays only g xTrain Connection. JM J. VAN PMITH, P. H. CAR8IDY, Ueeelver «en»l Traffln Agent. \ ! 1 FOLEYSHOKEY^TAR ' [ Cures Coldat Prevents PnoumMla 1.