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FRIDAY NIGHTS BREAK
WITH THE AMICITIAS. Teams Were Tie For First Place Local Boys Stepped Ahead Last Niyht. The Friday Nights defeated the Amicitias, of Pleasant Plains, on the Hartmann a.leys, Front; struct, last night. It was a hotly contested gatno and the Amicitias would have won but for the good work of Evans and Dunn, who were at their best. ; In the first game the Friday Nights won by the small margin of five pins. In the last game the Amicitias lost by 40 pinB. The following are the scores • Amicitias. Audrovette 140 158 Manoe 180 144 Segnine 176 137 Swade 128 183 Brooks 161 200 785 822 Friday Nights. Lydiard 156 190 Hovler 137 165 Christie - 160 161 Evans 190 186 Dnnn 147 169 790 871 A POOL MATCH. Elmer Christopherson, the crack local pool player, will meet Joe Con cannou, of Wood bridge, in n 100 ball game for n suitable sido bet Satnrday night at William Harding’s Hotel, Hall avenue. STRIKES AND SPARES. Two teams from the Raritan Conner works will bowl at the Bloodgood alleys, Smith street, at 8 o'clock to night. The team that loses will have to stand for a “blow ont” to the winning team and their friends. The Bound Brook bon ling olub will oorno to thiR city tonight and battlo on the Raritan alleys, against the Poll Social club. The Pops were out for practioo last night, and they hope to win the battle at all costs. The bowling match between the Riversides and the Perth Amboy High school, which was to nave been rolled on the Bloodgood alleys yesterday nfternoon, was postponed until a later dato. INTER-STATE LEAGUE. W. L. Played Friday Nights 5 1 6 Amicitias 3 3 6 Three B’s 1 '3 4 Aqualiongas 13 4 INTER COUNTY LEAGUE. W. L. Play’d Raritans, N. B., 8 2 10 Metnehen 9 2 11 Pop Socials 3 7 10 Bound Brook 3 6 9 Games foifrited: Bound Brook 1; Pop Socials 1. PuckinK' It Hilton*. When packing one’s iinery for travel ing roll ribbons and sash ends up tightly fold them means to crease them across at regular intervals, and this surely in volves the use of an iron before they are wearable. A Very Different Matter. Ethel—I heard the count had jilted Gladys. Jean—Oh, no; he’s too much of a gen tleman for that. I Know positively that he gave Gladys three days in which to jilt him.—N. O. Timcs-Democrat. D!k Port of Chill. Although Valparaiso, tho chief com mercial port of Chili, with 150,000 in habitants, has a harbor which • is one of the most insecure on the west coast of South America, 8,000 vessels arrived there last year. The Ponrth Kind. ‘‘A San Francisco man says there are three kinds of flying machines.” “Well, what the public is waiting for is the fourth kind—the l.ind that will fly.”—Cleveland Plain Dealer. "Theodore” bloodsood BOWLING ALLEY Billiard and Pool Parlor CI6ARS AND TOBACCO 42 Smith Street' Perth Amboy. N. I r RARiTAN CAFE j = BOWLING BILLIARDS | J 02*104 Smith St Perth Amboy j) JAMES KIRBY, Prop. ^BBBBBlIBBBBBBBBlIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi'; DAN PATCH. Jrlven by McHenry, f-'nmons Pacer llroke tlie Worldk Record. MACON, Ga., Dee. 1.—In tlie face of i cold ami driving rain and a tempera ture of 47 degrees Dan I’atch broke :lie two world's pacing records. To a liig.li wiieel sulky lie lowered Direct's record of 2:00 to 2:04%. The Hue by quarters was 0:31, 0:30%. 1:31 U and ii:31%. 'J’wenty-five minutes later, to tlie jsual track sulky, lie went two miles m 4:17, lowering Nervola’s record of 1:1!) by two seconds flat. He was driven by M. E. McHenry iml the claim is made that under tlie weather conditions tlie races were per Imps tlie fastest ever known. The ex cellence of the truck was fully demon struted. Roan Ormonde Itenten by Proper. SAN EUANCISCO, Dee. 1.—Beau Or monde, heavily backed at 0 to 5 in the mile race at Oakland, was beaten by Proper, the second betting choice. Hon iton made her first appearance and had no trouble boating Arab)), the favorite, in tin- fifth race. Xow York, (irrgor IC. nod Ethics. NEW Oil DEANS, La.. Dec. 1.—Fa vorites and outsiders divided the hon ira at (ho fair grounds. The success ful choices were New York, Gregor K. and Ethics. DRINK LESS; GAMBLE MORE. of Men and Women Huvc Greatly F linn Rod In Last ttiiur ter of u Century. Much more attention is now paid tc tlie liver than was formerly the case says the London Graphic. The doc tors in recent years have traced manj ills to drink, and have trained theii patients to be abstemious. That Is pne of the causes gf the decrease whict has been referred to. Another is tha; the high-spirited man, who was “no body's enemy but his own,” who dranl to keep his spirits up, is no longei a favorite. On the contrary, he it avoided. The Increased habit of din ing in restaurants has also acted as i cheek. It is to be observed, too, thai the boisterous element has been al most entirely removed. Up to abou 20 years ago “knocker-wrenching,’ “larking," practical joking, tlie heart! style of meeting which found expres sion In a violent slap upon the back were not only tolerated, blit popular All that is discredited now. On the other hand, there is mitcl more gambling to-day than there was though, so far as cards are concerned the stakes are considerably smaller Three estates lost in throe nights it an incident which this generation k ignorant of. But almost everyone or casionaliy gambles in stocks ant shares, and many make speculation tlieii chief object in life. Bridge has become little less than a disease among worn en. Many of (he latter spend most o their afternoons and evenings over tilt card (able. At the clubs, too, bridgi often commences early in the after noon, while most of the gamblers it -former days only began playing In the late hours of the evening. Rcch nt a Picnic. The experiment of serving honey al a Sunday school picnic was tried ir Kansas. The bees in the nolghborhcot learned of the affait and the picnic dis banded a bit suddenly. Safeguard A«:ilnsi Fire. Dip children's frocks, pinafores, etc. in a solution of alum after they have been washed, for thus you will rendei them non-inflammable. Tt» Kokh Slinou Tio.1 To prevent shoe laces from coming untied, wax them before putting them into the shoes; the slight trouble is well worth while. "The University” Sack Suit is our great hit of the season. It is modelled on the latest design of one of the most exclusive New York custom tailors, with broad concaved shoulder, form-fitting coat, and full peg-top trousers. Hand tailored. A universal favorite with dressy young men. See it bears the above label. , Your money back for anything not right. For ule by h. McCullough, Perth Amboy, N. J* --~y-J GERMANY ASSENTS. Recognition of Panama Means Approval of Our Action. OTHER POWERS EXPECTED TO FOLLOW BucIi Action CxcmptM From All Obll KUtloii, Ho Far hn New Republic Im Concerned, the Five Mile ( anal Htrlp Now 1 ndcr Our Control. WASHINGTON, Dec. 1.—Germany has recognized the republic of Panama us a sovereign and independent state. Ilnron von Item Uusschc-Huddenbau sen, first secretary of cnilmssy and charge d'affaires, lias addressed a note to M. Ilunau-Varillu, the minister from Panama, informing him that, the Ger man government having received his notification of the creation of the new republic and ids formal assurances that Panama assumed and would exe cute all obligations contained ill the treaties between Germany and Colom bia so far as they affected territory over which Panama is now sovereign, ids majesty, the emperor and king, ex tended full recognition to the new re public and best wishes for its prosper ity and long life. Several days ago when the German government Inquired of Minister liu nau-Vurllln whether Panama would eariy out the treaty stipulations of the existing conventions between Germany and Colombia the minister replied that his government readily assumed these ..t.ii._ . r.. .. _ *i.rr_*..A H... territory over which the republic of 1’nuama exercised sovereignty, but tlmt tlie Fiinnnia government must necessa rily exempt from this pledge the canal strip, over which the Hay-Bunau-Varii la treaty grants sovereign rights, power and authority to the United States. The German government has readily assent ed to this exemption, thus signifying her approval of this provision of the new canal treaty. Baron von Item Itussche called at the state department and officially in formed this government of Germany's action. In view of the precedent set by Ger many It is expected that the other Eu ropean powers will grant an equally full recognition to the new republic and exempt from all obligations so far as the Panama government is concerned the territory live miles on each side of the canal route commonly known as the canal strip. Helen Gould’** Ilihle ICwMiiy Prise**. NEW YORK. Dee. 1.—Resulting from the action of the Rev. T, J. Earley, rec tor of the Church pf the Immaculate Conception, who forbade Catholics to attend her class of 300 girls at Lynd lmrst. Miss Helen Gould has offered $7.31 * lit prizes, to be awarded for the best essays on the double topic, “The Origin and History of the Version of the Bible Approved by the Roman Catholic Church” and "The Origin and History of the American Revised Ver sion of tlie English Bible.” This com petition will be open to the world, and the offer lias been made through the Bible Teachers' Training school, which was organized by the regents of the University of the State of New York. Four hundred dollars will be given to the writer of the best essay, $230 for the second best and $100 for the third. “Homlonetl" Jol> Causes Strike. SUMMIT. N. J„ Dee. 1.—About sev enty-five Italian laborers employed in the truck depression work of the I.nck awamm railroad near here are on strike i because they think the joli is “hoo dooed." First the cable which hoists the iron buckets used for conveying the dirt from the excavation snapped, and a number of laborers in the trench nar rowly escaped death; then the boom on tlie derrick of t lie hoisting machine broke, and another gang of men were in peril. Later one of tlie laborers fell into tlie excavation, broke his back and died. Lately Drunk Fitzpatrick of tills place fell in at the same place and died m two (lays, i up men It'll Him me place is too hazardous for them mid so quit work. ItrliiKh Amlin**:: (1 or Arrives. WASHINGTON. Dee. 1.—Sir Henry Mortimer Durand, the new British am bassador. arrived in Washington last night. He was met at the station by tlie entire embassy staff, who escorted him direct to tlie embassy. The am bassador expects to call on Secretary Hay today, when a date for ids presen tation to tlie president will be ar ranged. No Dividend on Hejtnlille Steel. NEW YOltK, Dec. 1.—The directors of tilt* Kt-public Iron and Steel compa ny have suspended tin- dividend of the preferred stock at a full meeting of the board. It was officially announced aft er tlie meeting that action on the pre ferred dividend was postponed. At the same time it was announced that Join) W. Gates laid been elected a director to succeed August Belmont. Hnrrett** Sentence Deferred. ST. I.OIJIS, Dee. L—When Thomas E. Barrett, convicted of aiding and nbetting naturalization frauds, ap peared in the United States district court District Attorney Dyer requested Judge Adams to defer sentence until other charges of Barrett's connection with flic naturalization frauds could be thoroughly sifted. Judge Adams assent ed. Henry llurlclirh'K Suicide. GLENS FALLS, N. Y., Dec. 1.—Hen ry Burleigh, son of the late Henry G. Burleigh of Whitehall, lias committed suicide at ids home in Ticonileroga by taking laudanum. Ho was thirty years of age and leaves u widow and four children. Weather Probabilities. Bain or snow; fresh west winds. 1 Women l»*»aIII»y < - muiex ion. I ur« nial.es i». Bui’nck f>lo d IiitteiB*,,ak s |i:ue blood. DiurnB "f Xavul OHirer*. The mediSi ofii rs of the navy who have been nm a study of neurasthe nia. which (!! aided eo many .offi cers. ascribelit to the conditions of the life in the navy now imposing upon ofh cers’ long tours of duty on remote sta tions. where the opportunities for di version are not many, and where home sickness and discontent, combined with the uncertain y of detachment, have produced this distress of mind and body. nlKjreM OoM Mine, The biggest gold-producing mine in the world is the horaestakc. In South Dakota. The ore yields less than fom dollars a ton. hut is worked at small cost. The output now is over 20.000 ounces fine gold a month, and will soon be increased. Green V* Popular. Green premises to be a popular even ing dress color this winter. Carefully chosen by artificial light, and the shade adapted to the color of the wearer’s eyes and complexion, green is always successful for evening wear. lbwli'y pain loses its terror if you've a bottle of Dr. Thomas’ Electric Oil in the house. Instant relief in case of hums, cuts; spiains. accidents of any sort. Somet lilngr Except Ion at. Tess—She’s a remarkable woman; not like other women at all. Jess—Why, I’ve never noticed it. Tess—I have. I watched her making hrenri the other dnv anti nil the time she had her hands in the dough she didn't have to scratch her nose at all. —Philadelphia Press. gJdiI Advice. "What am I going to do?" he cried as he emerged from the water. “A thief stole my clothes?” “Well,” replied the stranger who hap pened along ami naturally noted his con dition, "I can't think of anything better than to go back in swimming again.”— Chicago Post. Too It Somethin*? Away. “He used to kiss me every time we passed through a tunnel before cur mar riage,” said the little woman, \.'ith sat. reflections. "And does he do so row?" as! cd tlir bosom friend. “No, he takes a drink.”—Spare Mq raents. __ “Neglected colds make fat. graveyards.1' Dr. Wo--(I’m Nur.ay Piue Syrup helps men and women to a liappv, vigor us oh age. _ ‘_ An Ho Wandered On. Weary Wilkins—Lady, I seen jus such women in me dreams. Mrs. Coidphiz—Go on; this is inter esting! Weary Wilkins—Yes’m, an’ den ) signed de pledge.—Cleveland Plain dealer. A Deliberate Innulf. Fred—I stole a ki3s from Miss Peachly the other evening, and new she won’t speak to me. Joe—Why didn't you apologize? Fred—I did. That’s what made he: mad.—Cincinnati Enquirer. Eczema, scald head, hives, boldness ol the skin of any sort iosta' ily relieved, p rmaneutly cured. Doan’s Oiul men*. At any ding store. The Essence ol Pessimism. “Father,” said little Harold, “what is an optimist?" “An optimist, my son. is a man whe feels so confident that he is going ti get the worst of everything that he i trying to pretend not to mind it ”— Washington Star. Her IIxcukc. Gladys—Ethel tells me you are cn gaged to iter. Cholly—Hum! She promised to l;ee; it a secret. Gladys—Well, I guess she thinks the joke is too good to keep.—Judge. Alderman Smith Well Again. Alderman .1. F. Smith of Indianapolis, [lid., contracted a severe cold which grew rapidly worse until his physicians said lie had all the symptoms of hasty consump tion. 1 he physician's prescriptions ami several proprietary preparations failed to neip nun. a inena recommennpa ro ley’s lloney and Tar, and in a few days he began to improve and the secoud bot tle cured him completely. He says it is the best remedy for couuhs, colds, ami lung trouble he has ever kuovru. Accept no substitutes. Sold at Sexton’s Pharmacy, 70-72 Smith Street. An iioylnw. Layzee—My wife isn't exactly an an archist, hut she annoyed me this morn ing with one of her incendiary speeches. Jett's—You don't say so? Layzee—Yes, she said: “Henry, get up this minute and make the fire.”— Philadelphia Ledger. Electrletty I* Cheaper. The results of the change from stram to electrical power on New York’s ele vated railways arc a reduction cf cost per passenger from 2.24 cents under steam to 1.S8 cents, and an increase In gross earnings of $400,000. accompa nied by a decrease in expenses of $90,000. More Than One Third Die. The principal reason why more than ore third of the people die from kidney diseases in some form is because it is so insiduoiis that the kid lie vs may be badly affected before tbe viotim realizes bis danger. If you have any indication of kidney trouble take Foley's Kidney Cure at once as it correct, irregularities »"d makes the kidney and bladder light. Hemeinber the name, Foley's Kidney Cure. go'd at. 8.xtou’s Pharmacy. 70 7? Smith Street. First Class FRESCO PAINTER DtCORATkO ft. [(Jilderof Furniture and Altar*. Wants titivate work and work for lie* trade. Hoorn* decorated from $H'.00 up. vvitli oiMianl* r of 7 yrath. lli^liiht rolerence on applicat ion. All work gutrantecd. HS1TRY NEMTZYZ 271 Washington Street Perth Amboy. Telephone 1 (III L. CHRISTENSEN fit FEOCERSEN Masons and Contractors Office: i8S Madison Ave. Tel. 6;b Perth Amboy, N. J JOHN OBUCiT Carpenter and Builder. Jobbing promptly attended to. 170 Rector street. Perth Amboy N. J J. H. TYRRELL FINE TEAMS AN I COACHES FOR WEDDINGS, FUNERALS, Etc. A SPECIALTY Carting to ALL PARTS of the CIT' Residence anH nffioe. 30 Commerce St l Tel. Call 34. Sand, Grvel. Brick, Flue Linings ant Sewer Pipe Furnished. 35 Woodbridge Road. 1 VO Brighton Ave LUND & CHRISTENSEN Carpenters aMe Builders Office and Shop: ft E nvt Avenue. Estimates furnished. Jabbing attended l (JRAHAM fiTiTKEBN General Contractors EXCAVATING, GRADING, ETC. ■vand, Grave1.. Broken rtone, Carting. E,. 244 Smith St. 225 lyw Brunswick Avt A. K. JENSEN, T Successor to J. fc. Jensen. Mason and Contactor 221 Washington St. axYCwTckstrom . nmortpr Pawing, Turnln; Scroll and all Mill Work. 3ho*j and Office; 123 Dri^htou Av» Ke»idence State &. Lewis St. miRiQANSKi House Paiuting, Paper Hanging, Interim Wnntinr. 233 Wsshlnoton X JENS K. JENSEN ARCHITECT OFFICE; P. O. BUILDING Residence; 250 Washington St. Perth Amboy, N. J F. J. LARKIN Plumbing & Can Fitting Steam. Hot Water and Hot Air Heatinc Dealer In Stoves Bargee and Beate; Bepairing of all kin .specialty. »67 Stale street, Perth Amboy, N. } THE FARRINGTON CO. Successors to Farrington & Bnnyon Co LUMBER. LIME. LATH, MILLWORX. HARDWARE All kinds of Bulldlr* Material Offlce, 188 Favetto street Perth Amboy, N. J E. 0. CARLSON, Painter &. Paperhanger ohbtng promptly ttectedto 2.*>7 Oo*d>n tai luiunrro U, n • rnnwi.MM Painter and Paper Hanger 14 a Brighton Ave. Established in ' “90. W. i. DONNELL Wholesale and Healer in Lumber, Lath. Cement. Door*, Sa6he Blinds, Mouidings, Builder's Hardwar1 Kair aud Nails. Office and Yard; Jefferson St.A'C. It. P. of N. I'erth Arnhoy, i». J. FERDINAND WETTERBEfiG Painter 3nd Paper Hanger 185 Brighton Av» P. SKOV & C0~ Artificial Stone and Cement Work Office: 108 Fulton St„ New York City A. SMITH, Mason and Builde' Estimates Cheerfully given. 14 Catherine st„ nr Hell A ’<“• Perth Amhr R. B. SMITH Sanitary Plumbe’ Tinning and Sheet Iron Worker. Stcar and GaB Fitter. Jobtying^promptly attended U\ Shop 55 N. B. Ave. Pert, i Amboy, N. .1 J. P. KQYEN l\ CARPENTER E“.d BUIl\\ ^ Estimates furniBbed. .lobbing at tenowf t 60 New Brunswick Av., Perth Amboy SHOP: 17 KINO ST. MEYSKIBMYCOKE Makes Kidncvs and Rtaddc:* R -M n i! Uiicii. nuEt make 5cu as ;ni;iug up funny humorist)—Not nt all. '■lie refreshing. What it-; 'o !;e thinking up ot as funny as I think ladtlplna Public Ledger. NOTRj . ifsioners heretofore ap Middlesex County fir ' st matt nii as-i'ss tin ’mis iu the vicinity of tin mstrocted and laid in tin WoodbridS road from h-ffries str>i sonth to N ille street, in the City o Perth Ami; ", having made tln ir re l ort to the I liove named Ccnrt; Pur sunnt to atij der of the said Court made on le twenty-fourth day o November, n tin year <d our Lnrr One thong ml Niue Hundred am Three. Notice is hereby given tl.a the Middlesex County Circuit Cour will, on tite eighth day of December in the year of oar Lord. Cine Tlioos .and Nine Hundred and Three, at thi Court House in the city of Nov Brunswick in said Connty, at the item of ten o'clock iu the forenoon of tin said day, or as soon thereafter as tin Court can attend to same, hear am objections that may be made to sail assessments and any matter that mu: lie alleged against snme. Dateii Perth Amboy, N. J., Novem ber 25th, ISiOd. CHARLES C. HOMMANN, City Attorney. 4147-11-27-iit NOTICE. The Commissioners heretofore ap pointed by the Middlesex Connty Cir cuit Court, to estimate and assess th< penent to lands in tnr vicinity or tin new sewer constructed nmt laid ii Bnrtlav street, from Cornell street ti the Wciodbndge road, in the City i> Perth Amboy, having undo their /re port to the above named Conrt: ^Pnr snant to an orocr of the said /Cour made on the twenty-fourth ftav o November, in the year of oujf Lord One Thousand Niue Ilundwcd am Three, notice is hereby giveip that th Middlesex County Circuit C#urt, will on the eighth day of December, ii the year of our Lord Q^e Tlionsam Nine Hundred and Thro^, at the Cour House in the City of few Brunswick in said county at rfle hour of tci o’clock in the forerfoon of the sail day, or as soon thereafter as the Cour can attend to samel hear any objec tions that mav be iliade to said assess ments and nny maltter tliat may bi alleged against the Isaine. Dated Perth Ambjov, N. J., Novom her 25th. 1903. / CIIAP.LES a. nOMMANN, / City Attorney. 4140-11-27-9t f - - - --*T .. . — NOTICE. Notice is heireby given that bid will be received at the City Hal! Perth Amboy. IS. J., Monday evening December 7th it 8 o'clock p. in. fo five hundred f(et of 2,'s inch regula tion tire hose. _.... p The council reserves Hie rigid tc reject auv or all bids. "PATRICK CAMPBELL, Attest: Chairman. JOHN F. KIELLEY, City Clerk. 4140-ll-25-9t RARITAN TRACTION CO. Time Table in Effect Oct. 1,. 1903 Cars l»-ave Metuchen f*>r Perch An boy and al points East to Boynton Beach at 5 and 85 minu tes i avt each hour from 0 a ra. to 7 85 p. m.. and from 7.35 to 11-35 p. in. at 35 miuutes past tht UriLir. ... Cars le'kve Keasbey School for Metuchen at - and 35 minntes past each hour from tia. ro *; q sc p m and every hour trom 8 to il-8* p. m. Cars lrav * Kcasbey for all points hast every 16 minutes. Car* leaves Bridye at Wood bridge Creek for Ke&sbev at foot of Smith Street every 30 minu tea from 6.15 a. m, to 11.4'' p. m. Oars leave Bridge at Woodnridee Creek for Metuchen on the even hour and half hour from * a m. toU8*lp m. and on the half hour onl1 from <• St* to IO. 'Op. m Can* leave Staten Island Ferry for Metucber and Keasbey Sohool at 18 aud 4S minutes past •*Hrh hour from P-h m. to 7 p m. end f.om 7 tc 1 p. m. at 4S minutes onlv and for Reap Ley ai foot of Smith Street at 3 and 33 micutee past tht hour. Cars leave Platen Island Ferry for Bruye at Woodbridye Creek at 11,26, 41 and 56 minute? past each hour from C a. m. to 11*41 p m. WM, G BOCK err*v'*>*eri-tpnf PERTH AMBOY POST OFFICE SCHEDULE. IV- _r\.., 1rt 100« Opens at 7 A. M. Cloaca at 7 P M. Mails Arrive: New York. Western and Southern. 7.00a m all way—Wood bridge.. £.3u u ni South Jersey wav Mail. 8 00am Folds and KVaabey. J*2?a u' New York and Northern Way. 9 W a m Kahwav. direct.a 171 New York and Northern Way.I- in Soutii Jersey W ay. Jj* R '*■ Woodbridge direct. * New York direct . ..Jt p ru New York and Nonnern Way.?• •> South Jersey Way.. •••• — Broo‘ lyn, Pennsyivania and N. Jersey «.80 P " Rahway. dir* ct. ”•** P ni Fords and Keaeoev.. .. o.85p„m Malls Close. Rahwav and Woodbridge. 7 15am Ww t ort and Northern Way. . 4 m South Jersey Way. 9 00 i m New York an11 Eastern States. 9 ni Fords and Keasbey. 9..Ju a m Kabwa* and Woodbridge.. 12.‘dam south Je’ sey Way. 1*/*' P tn New York and Northern Way. 12.80 a m New York and N- rthern Way. 4.80 p ni South Jersey Way .. .. 4.80 pm Rahway and Woodbridge . 4.80 p m Korda and Keasbey .. I IS? m .UI points. i.Oopni Moner Order department opens at 7 a m closet st b.45 p m baturday at6.80p m Gko. H Tick. P. M. FI HE ALARM BOXES it Raritan Copper Works 20 High and Lewis .7 Madison ave and Taterson st 2s Market and First sts. J5 Smith and High st 47 si are and Smith sts IS Buckingham ave and Hart! 15 Commerce and Front sis 17 High and Washington sir 4 Mate st and Buckingham ave 50 It all ave and Charles »t *7 Railroad ave and Wayne st &» Washington and First sts 5< Turnpike and Elm st 04 Smith Ft and Watson ave 66 Commerce and State sts 72 Front and Smith sts 78 Water and Gordon rts 74 Kearny av? and Gordon st -’2 Smith and Herbert St «8 W oodbridge road and Washington st FI Lehigh aver '• Stanford st To ** nd in an alarm, open the door of the bos and pull down the lever and let go once only. Stay at box until firemen arrive. srsCIAL OAI.I*A. 1 tap—Break in circuit. 2 taps-Prill and flr€ alarm teat. Hydrant at corner of Jefferson and High street always to hr used for this trial } taps Fire out. 5 taps-Police call. 12—Call foi Lincoln llose 18—Call for Washington Hose 14—rail for McClellan Hose 15—Call for Pro tection H.and L. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD bcf eduta Iti eOVK», Xov 19C|. ' • rtipM" "jr” mop* only to ukcon or tot off pww wm for cr from I'artb Amuprofu noCo* to Agent ■ .r Conductor. For further Information see time table* Tickets for oil polo to on the Penn by Ivan to ■ Railroad and connections, Pullman ftccout modfMrtn* **e nr f ickAt offiee.Perth Aiuboy W. W. ATTERWRY. ^-mI •'•«»»*«* • c* • 1'ass'r Tr flfic Manager. I GKO W. S OVD. jou ixut. aK fc. - -- .—— j nrADIKG SVSTEll NET JEESEY CENTRAL Corrected to Oct. £C 1903 TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AW BOY J rnr F"* York, Fewark and KlUaGett atJfl i.GO Monda-.-s excepted to New Kfl ( *r» • y> tao, 7 17 ’ .*&, New York (ouly.^attfl 11.1c. 11.59 o.u..,llC, 822 4 0 : "A1. 7 4T., *■ < 8, 9 a?*, p. m. Eur.daye, i iC, :. w r. 2‘*. v» 4T, p. m. K01 piviiudc pnia ar d Ti-er.ton via Pro"*. 7 17. il 18 11.59 am 110, SOOp-^H dsvs. « 57 m fiSWp.m. F<v• 1/nnK Bruner Uc**'D etc. 5.^H , 92 . a. m. 12 2?. 4 42 tl3, 7.19 p. m i'und-ys cxcfpted) ®v.na»vs except Ccesfl Grovt) * f«f‘, »». u* 4 K* it m. m or 1 r^oacld. 5 (•'• 6.51 ) JO ft. HL, 12.22 111 f Vi5 p to. 4iVrll«nal train* for Bed P*nk 2 27, *• 15, Cfl TRAINS FOR PERTH AM BOV. Leave New York. 4.CO, 5. 0, 0.1. 8 08, 10.00 1: 0 a. ... 1.80 t’ 00, 8 4>, .s.'t*, 4.80, 5 l*i, .VjkS, 0. 30. 8 8 ». II. 0 t> m. s a. 111. 4.0.1 p.m Leaves KliZkbelh. 4 Of-, G.kU. 8.*/, 9/4, 11.;.*, a in. 1. -9. *J.« 7. a.fO, 1.12, 1.48. 5.18. 0.42, K Lt>, 1. r,.. p 111 Sunday*. 'J ;-S a. m. 4.t2 p. iu. Le.v.s New h t k G 12. 8 85, 9.11.*2, a m. 1 20. X.'lft, 4.40. 5.40. 0 19, 8.45. il.50, p. in. Sun dux s. 9.Uu. a m. 4 0\ p. in. Through ticket* to all point* *t loweesrsto* may ha had on application in advance to IN* beset agent at the etHCln* W G. fcteLSH, Yice-Fre*. A Gtreral librag U. M. Lrw', General Passenger Agent. 1EHIGH VAJLJLSr UMLKOAn Time T»Mfl In efffcct Nov 9. 1Wv3. 8 a’.iona In N?» York, foot of Cortland:. i*ua hroeseB and >V .j»t 22rd streets, Penna. R. U Poxrloe. X»Aia» Lbavb Stati stbutStatio*. Krift NRXV VnHR f.10. 7.45 ain 4 20 p.m. 1.3n p.m dully connnr'e w.i * u v train for Bound Brook, Mauch Chunk Weathevly, liaselton Foiisvilie and iutermedl ate points. FOR SOUTH PLAIN FIELD. «1C. 7 41 a. m. 1.80,4 20 p. in. Scrday* 8 85 a ui 1.20. C 15 p m* 1 -«»K othkh POIV'pw 7 45 a. m Dully Except Sunday Connect with tr. n express ’or rnston, Bethleham Allen town, Pott*ville, Buffalo. Niagara Falls and Chi '■Parlor Car New York to Buffalo, con nects with local train for all points east of Munch Chunk. 9.85 a. in. Sundays only. Express train for I Buffalo. Niagara Fails, Hud Chicago. Slop* at Flemington JcL 4.20 n. m. Dully Except Sunday Express for i for Wilaes Bai re. Scranton, 11 axel ton, and principal 1 ntrr?rediM<» station*. 1 t; 15 r. in. Sundays only Through train *or Buffalo. Niagara Falla, Suspension Bridge and Chicago, connects for New York. TKAINS 1 KAVK SOUTH PLAIN FI FDD FOR PBRTH AMBOY 9.10, a. TV. 8.4.“. 5.00, 7.50, p. tn. Sunday*: 1.1 8ft a. in.. 5.00, 7.50 m. Tmln* arrive ruth Amo’ v-9.3x'a. in.. 8.104.05, 5.25,8.10 p. m. bun day, UI.57 H. m.. 5 25. 8 10r». m. Tickers sold to all Western Point*. agents. Staten Island Rapid Transit R. R. Time Table in effect on and. ^gf^grOcYl 1 l93j^ Perth Am toy to New -York — hmith St. daily except undays 4©rt t.©e*t Holidav 5 16, ts J2 K 58, 7.3S, 7 8F. K.Otf S 03 S F-5. 10.05. and il.Sfi a in. 18 56.1 bit. % oo, 3.55, 4 3j o.oO, 6.45, 8 09, 9 10,10.30. 11.15 P. M, Sundays and Legal Holidays. R an, 7.faR. P.5r>. 9 55. 10 tt 1.55 A. M. 18 55. 1.56 £ 55. 8.56. 4.5J, 5.60. 6.10, . 7/0, P.JO,P. M. New York to Perth Amboy:—Leave foot of Whitehall ^t. daily except Sunday and Legal Holidav*. 5/5. G.50, 8 00,9.00. in (10. 11.00a. m. IS 30 1 89 2 86. 3 81). 4 JJO. 5.10. 5-30 6.46. C 15. 6.15,7.80, 8.30, 9 4). 11.05 12.25. Sundays ar.d Legal Holidays. Leave New York 7 0 . 9 1 ft. 10.00,11 00.12 ro.a m I. 00. 2.00,3 CC, 4.00, 5.00, 6.0., 7.CO, 8.(0, C.OO II. 05, pm F^rry between Perth Amhoy and Tottenvllle— j leave Perth Amhoy aai y x5 15, *6 12.6.32, x6/^. x7 35, xS03, x6.*>\ »\v.6. xOCfi, 10 5J xM 25a m. 11U5. X13.55. xl.55. x2 60. xS.RR, x4 Si*. 4 55. x5 3 . 6 00. TO 45. 7 i fi. 7 :u, x8 00, x9 ( 0 9 55. x 10.80 xll.15 p. ra. 12 80a.m. Sundays»nd Le'a> Holidays x 6 80, 6*45, x7 55 x8.c5 X9.55.X10.5*. x 11.65. a uvxlf.5*. xl.*% X2.55.X 8 65. x4 TO. »5.*0,xG 50, x7.50. 8 .40, xv 40,10.30.p tn 12.40.a. m. T.esve Tortenville daily xl.80,5.55, 6*8, ft 43 i xT.10. 7.50 x8 15, x9 10. 9 40, *1* 15. Xll ffi a. m xl2 OR. '2 49 xl 8 V. x2.35. x* 37. 4.10, x*.*7, 5 10. x5 37. xtUR. xG.55. *7.17, x 7.40, x8 37, i9 srmpi OAp m xia.i*. xlso a M Sunday* ard Legal Holidays *6 80. 7.15 x 8 10 O.iO.'xtO.l >, xll.11, a. m. xlM0.xl.H,x9 .10 , xs'0 X 4 10 x5 10. xR.’O X7.1U,X«.L', xf- ll ( xIO 12 10 45. p in. xl2 10a.m. •Legal holidays only* xTrain Connect.on. P. H OAP8IDY, Oea’l Trafflt* Agant, .