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Justice Fort Warns Grand Jury
of the Secrecy of their
.Special to the Evening News.
Now Bmnswiok, Dec. !):—The
Grand Jury yesterday considered the
several cases against Joliu Brown,
who was arrested at Perth Amboy
some time ago, charged with many
thefts, testimony being given by
Oflioer Huff and others.
Justice Fort, in charging the jury,
told them to be very careful to keep
their Udeliborations secret. Ho said
they had no rigid by oath, affidavit or
otherwise to make known their doings
and that one of the nnploasant things
they had to contend with was the im
portunities of persons who tried to
influence them to indict or not indict
partios they were interested in. The
Justice donbtlesB bad in mind the
Lamar case in Monraonth county.
Doctor Held up for Twenty Min
utes at New Brunswick
Pedestrians and drivers are making
vigorous objections to length of timo
L they are frequently compelled to wait
at the Lehigh Valley crossing on New
prunswick avenue. Ten, fifteen,
vonty nnd even twenty-five minutes,
lit is alleged, the gates have been
. Tfipse delays are said to have
worse within the last few
, G. Wilson had a hurry call
to a house west of the tracks,
delayed twenty miuntos at
ssing. A serious^iange in a
can occur in thW time. Dr.
thinks it might l^kgood idea
a ten minutes lowering of
The delnys hero are caused by
8- _______
Had a Pleasant Evening Last Night at
IHomeofa Member.
The Young Ladies’ Sooial Girolo
held forth at the home of ono of the
fc^ members last night. About fifteen
Vouples were present. The evening
was very pleasantly passed. Theie
were sougs, recitations nnd dancing,
with refreshments too. The Circle
tins decided to hold socials of a like
natnro twice a month. The Circlo is
very seleot nnd only the favored few
can attend.
Inomc in Resources and Deposits
Over Last2 Year.
comptroller of the currency has
a cull on the national hanks ot
Jersoy for report of their condi-.
The entire 130 national •ffhnks
State lmve responded, and the
was received yesterday. Ac
with the et'i</roent of one
thero is an increase of
. 11 in resources and liabili
There is an increase in deposits
of l ist yoar of 92,068,460.03.
meeting tonight at 7.45
Subject “Do Yon Believe in
' At the close the annual
meeting of the ollicers and
of the Sunday Soliool will be
Simpson M. E.
Weekly .'prayer 'meeting tonight,
subject “The Gifts of God Within
State Teacher’s Association to Meet.
Trenton, Deo. 9:—The annual meet
ing of the New Jersey School Teach
ers' association will be held in the
auditorium of the State Normal
school, Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day, December 38, 39 and 30. Many
principals and teachers from other
will attend the gathering.
pi Pope, of bicycle fame, re
d that the first essential to
nocess is “advertising;”
pond essential was “bj|
Slight Explosion at Dry Docks
Covered Employe with
Coating of the Stuff.
James Siorash, an employe ' of the
Perth Amboy Dry dock Company,had
a'narrow escupe from severe burning
this morning. Tho man was pouring
melted babbit metal into the stern
bearing of a vessel and it exploded,
covering him completely with the
metal. He wbb taken to Dr. II. M.
Brace, with his eyes closed by the
liquid combination. Upon examina
tion it was found that he was only a
little blistered. His hands were pro
tected bv gloves and a working] snit
over his other clothes saved his body
This protection and the force of ex
plosion saved him from serioos boms.
The man’s eyes were glued together
and it was necessary to remove a great
quantity of the lead-like preparation
before he could seo. Some of the fly
ing metal got under his cap and it
was fastened to his head as if by
nails. His mnstacne and face lmd a
fine coating of the stuff. His clothes
were also covered.
Babbit metal is very bright and the
man with ids eyes shut and all of the
fVpnt of his body covered with a sil
very coating, presented a very odd
The explosion was caused by the
little air vents from tho bearing be
coming clogged. Tho expansive force
• ; the confined air and gas caused the
oxtlosion. The propelltr was not

Raymond Abildgaard, the yonng
United Stntes miirino, from Perth
An boy, who was to have sailed a
week ago for Panama, but whoso
orders were changed at the last hour,
when nOO Bluo Jackets instead of
marines were sent, was in town last
n’giit for the last time as he, with liOO
other marines, sail some time today
on tiie battleship Toxns, forPanama.
Justhow long tho marines will be sta
tioned there, is not known.
Held for Grand Jury.
Jacob Rabinowitz, who was arrested
last week, charged with keeping a
disorderly house, today waived a heal
ing and will bo held for the Grand
Jury. His bond will be ronewcd.
Lawyer Georgo Plechner will defend
Hip ir on
Iron for Big Vault.
The iron for tho vault which is to
be placed in tlio new Perth Amboy
Trnst Company building, at Hobart
and Smith street, lias arrived. This
morning the ironworkers, who arc to
place the vanlt in position, arrived in
town, and they are now at work.
McCrpffor and Ciitun Fonml ilisiljA
by Baltimore .inry. . X
B.M.TIMOliK, Iioc.il. i'oyrfipr Post
id Clerks Thomas W. Myfiregor and
Coiumlms Ellsworth i' ejjhi were con
victed in the I’n.j- <t* States district
court here of eons^nraey to defraud tie.
government in^ounoctlon with the pur
chase of 20.1 MF leather potteiies for use
it. tiie free^Pn’llvery service. Charles
E. SijdJJlff who received tile order foi
the pouches through the Influence of
Upton and Metiregor, was the principal
witness against the accused. The jury
after being out forty-live minutes re
turned a verdict of guilty. Counsel
for the convicted men immediately
made motion for a new trial, and Judge
Morris agreed to hear arguments on
the motion next Saturday. Bond in
S.",OOo was furnished by the friends of
Upton, and he was released. McOregm
is In charge of United States Marshal
I-unirhanimor i.endirnr the nrHvjil of
friends from Washington to furnish a
similar amount of bail for him.
Sentence 21 Hundred Verm lienee.
SACRAMENTO. Cal.. Doc. O.-.Iohn
II. Wood, a loader of the convicts who
escaped from the Folsom penitentiary
last summer, when a guard was stab
bed to death, was convicted of murder
in the second degree here. As Wood
is already serving a life sentence. Judge
Ilart ordered him to appear in court
for sentence 100 years from date.
The Fever Outbreak ni Ilutler.
BUTLER. Pa., Dec. 0.—At the execu
tive committee’s meeting thirteen new
eases of typhoid fever were reported.
There is evidently a reduction in the
number of cases developing, but the sit
uation is bad enough yet. The deaths
since the last report number four.
Founder of Steel Company Head.
JOHNSTOWN, Pa., Dee. 9.—George
S. King, founder of the CnmtJrla Iron
works, now the great Cambria Steel
company, is dead at the borne of his
lghter. Mrs. j. P. Linton, having
bed to the Infirmities of ago in
fifth year.
Contest for First aod Second
Assistant Forman- Mr.
Glenn President.
Lincoln Hose company held its elec
tion of officers last night. There were
contests for first and second assistant
foremen. The officers are: President,
.Tames M. Glenn ; vice president, \\.
C. Martin; treasurer, Thomas Oluney ;
financial secretary, John Clnney; re
cording secretary, Jonh R. Parr; tore
man, William Meslirow; first assistant
foreman, John A. Danner; second
assistant foreman, John K. Parr. J.
H. Hope ran against Mr. Danner and
Charles Dietzman ran against Mr.
Parr. There was n substantial layout
for the foremen after their labors in
eleoting officers. Everything is in
excellent condition.
Miss Gcrtrudo Gabriel lias just re
turned from a week’s visit to her
Bister, Mrs. Mary McLombu’s home,
in Plainfield.
L. B. Moore will soon bo able to
discard his crutchos.
Jacob Jacobson, of Smith street,
leaves tomorrow morning for Detroit.
C. M. Peterson & Co., lost a valua
ble horse this week by colio.
After being laid up with a dislocat
ed anklo since Thanksgiving Day,
Ellsworth Bedell, of Tottenville, was
able to resume his duties yesterday as
assistant to Dr. Salter, of Stato street.
Tho blast fornaco at tho Ilnntau
Cooper works is now on full time.
Tho sea wall at the Central railroad
bridge, South First street, has been
Commodore Evans benched his
launch yesterday for the winter
Arthur Toft, of Madison avenue, is
spending the day in Brooklyn.
Miss Katherine Anderson, of Jersey
City, is visiting Mrs. Christian Iiilk
or, of South First street.
William Pemberton, of Fayette
street, has entered the etr ; I ' f Potts
& Kaufmann.
Einer Strandberg, of itigh street,
has enlisted in the United States
Marines, Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Axel Peterson, of Jersey City,
is visiting her brother, Walter Lemb
cke, of Fayette street.
Edward Everson, of Oak street, who
was injured on the Lehigh Valley coal
docks two weeks ago, is out again.
Iialhin Miner* Make Serious TronMc
at Sr^nmlo,
TRIXIDAI), Colo., Doc. 1).—A pitch
orl buttle has occurred at tfngundo, a
Colorado Fuel and Iron camp, betweer
thirty striking Italian miners and sev
en of the company's guards. Four r.i
¥ht‘ strikers were shot, and two ol
them will probably die. The striker*
wentyfb tlie ovens, but wore ordered tr
by the guards. The shooting bo
gam each side asserting that the othei
tired first.
An attack on the new part of the
settlement is expected from the Italian
strikers in the old town, and a bloody
light may be looked for. Nearly every
man in New Sagundo is armed and
will shoot at first sign of an assault.
All day the strikers are said to have
boon drinking and have made throats
that they will clean out Sagundo nftci
dark. The situation in the camp \
most critical. At ail tin* camps and in
tills town the Italians are worked lip tr
a pitch of frenzy.
Northern Securities et Al. (ns«.
WASnIIIXirTOX, lice. !». Uriel's in
belinIf of tin* Northern Securities com
pany and the Northern Pacific Railway
company in the case of the Pniied
States versus those two companies and
the Croat Northern company were tiled
in the supreme court lien*. The briel
of the securities company is by (Jeorgt: ■
U. Young and that of the Northern Pa
cific by C. \Y. Buun. Mr. Young's brief
traces minutely the origin of the mer
ger. The movement for this consolida
tion 1m* attributes largely to the raid of
May, 11)01, by hostile interests on ;
Northern Pacific stock, which it wm
considered most important to prevent,
and says •‘tin* Union Pacific interests
still held $.'*»7.0‘)n,niM) of the Northern
Pacific common stock.”
Thousand Y»-«r Sentence For Nefyro.
HOUSTON, Tex.. Dee. 0.- In the dis
trict court here Allen Brown, a negro,
convicted of attempted criminal attack,
was sentenced to 1,000 years in the
penitentiary. Under the law the jury
could not impose a death sent nn*. 1
Brown narrowly escaped being lynched,
FIvp Hurried fo Iloatli.
ton Fowler, liis wife, two dan
and a son were bunted In dent
fire which destroyed tiici: hmiij
One child, a hoy. was thrown
window by his half suffocated

All tlio shops now are soiling tho
very ilniulies of flannels for making
blouses, from tho pale pastel shades
to the gay Roman striped effects. As
the majority of those flannels wash,
it is woll not to make the blonse too
elaborate and allow for shrinkage.
The nbovo design is good to follow in
making a flannel blouse.
Both back ami front arc box-plentod,
with the pleats all but meeting, and
stitched on the outside about a quart
er of an inch from the edge. The
tops of the slovos are pleated in the
same way. The cuffs, collar, and
j shoulder straps, aro trimmed with
I stitching.
The Theatres,
Frank Daniels in “The Office Boy.”
Tlio lem ark able success of tlio clever
comic opcia comedian, Frank Daniels in
Charles li. Dillingham's production of
the musical comedy “The Ollier Boy” at
the Victoria Theatre, New’ York, is a
direct contradiction of the stories of hard
times in the theatrical business that have
been so persistently circulated this season.
Jt also furnishes an object lesson to those
purveyors of amusement who, while de
voting thought and money to their pro
ductious, overlook the most essential cle
ment of success, a good play.
“The Odko lioy” is first ami foremost
a splendid entertainment. . Though now
in the second month of its metropolitan
run the business which it is doing is just
as big as it was the Hist week, w hick was
practically the capacity of the Victoria
Theatre. This is due to the f act that the
audiences are amused from the moment
the curtain rises until ic falls at the end
j the ] e forirauco. There is no slacking
of the actiou ami no dull moments due
to a desire to display certain costumes
or exploit a scenic setting. Manager Dil
lingham shows in a practical way that in
a practical way that ill his opinion the
play is the thing, and while the stage set
rings arc adequate and artistic and tu
308tomes tasty and pleasing to the eye,
[lie entertainment itself is the vital thing
ind nothing is allowed to interfere with
it. T here was not a discordant note in
the volume of praise that was showered
upon “Thi Office Boy” when it was first
presented in New York. One of the great
iailies said: “The music and coined}
nave the snap ami freshness of early No
vember -- the kind that sives life new
',est, makes tlie clucks glow and quickens
die step, It is like a renewal of youth”.
Frank Daniels himself has never scored
more strongly than he has in “Ths Office
l>oy”. llis amusing personality is placed
i n id the happiest surroundings, his l uu
s infectious, his songs hit the right spot
iiid laughter follows his every speech and
Frank Daniels and ‘‘The Office IIoy*
jvill remain in New York until after the
Great Production of “Mott er Goose.”
Maxine Elliot iu“llerOwn Wav” emit d
id* engagement at the New Amsterdam
Pheatre last Saturday evening, and on
lie following Monday, the ffOlli iust.,
esumod h.*r Now York run at the
Savoy Theatre. Wednesday evening ol
ast week, December 2d, Klaw & Erlan
jer pro exited their latest Drury Laue
tptciade, “Mother Goose,” at tho New
Ymsterdam Theatre lor the nrst time.
Phis will ho the largest production this
irm has over made. The company will
lumber over 400 people. Klaw A: Erlan
jer lnvo imported the entire production
Tom Druiy Lane and the prediction is
•onlklent’y made that it will eclipse is
u magnitude and magnificence ol scenery
md costumes the two previous Drurj
jane successes in this rouutry ‘‘The
Sleeping Beauty aud the Beast” and “Mr.
Hue Beard.’* John J. McNally bison
ireiy rewritten the book and Frederick
Solomon lias provided a new score ol
irilliaut music. The heavy humor of the
Suglish librettist has been eliminated aud
n its place the clever Mr. McNally has
ntroduced that snippy wit and fun and
luicknesB of action so well liked l»y
American audiences. The principal roles
vill be played by well-known artists.
loo i~«wiiiorue. who maac a great mt. as
jena in “Tho Sleeping Beaut} and the
least,” will play “Mother Goose ” IT *rrv
liilgor, Viola Gillette aim Leila Melntyio
vho also made great successes of the
Ciug, Prince Charming and Princess
leauly in *‘ The Sleeping Beauty and tho
least,” will play Jack, Jill and C\ l.u.
Hiss Gillette, the most beau til u ly formed
voman on tho American sf; go, will have
n Colin a ‘‘boy’s” part, a role in which
he excels. Seats may bo ordered by
nail, accompanied by remittance. Tho
idvaneo sale will open nobet Friday morn
I Lost anything: A cent-a-word a<T
L the Evening Nows will find it for
Plan Suggested by him Adopted Success
fully by a large Concern.
There arc a few retail druggist* who
have better ideas as to how to success
fully introduce a proprietary pieparjtiuii
i than 0. A. Sexton, one of the best know n
buMtitst moil in Perth Amboy.
When the l)r. Howard Company talked
with V. A. Sexton in regard to introduc
ing their Specific for tiic cure of conslipa
tiou and dyspepsia, he advised them to
sell their 50 cent size ■ ; 'Jio popular pri.w
of 25 cents, lie told them that lie could
sell ten bottles at. this price where lie
could sell one at 50 certs, and ti e Jesuit
lias proven bis busbies* judgement. I lie
sales on this now famous Sp eific lor the
cure of constipation and dyspepsia, have
been so remarkably larg« that they have
decided to make the price 25 cents in tho
future; not diminishing the amount ol
medicine that they put in each package,
tti!) doses, a month's treatment) Dr. How
ard’s Specific is sold unfitr ('. A. Sexton’s
absolute guarantee to refund the money
if it does not euro constipation, dyspepsia
anil all forms of liver troubles.
If you do not feel that the Specific lias
douo you great good, take back the
id: iitv hol.tlo to (1. A. Sexton ami lie will
return your money without any questions
Tliis offer shows his belief that l)r. How
ards Specific is a medicine that cures.
And Tlicn Somethin,*# HitIIpe: eil.
The Elder Lady—Oh, isn’t Mr. Gay
hoy coming this evening. Alice?
The Younger Lady—No, cia. He’s
out of town on very pressing business
The Boy—Well, I’ll bet he ain’t do
ing any more pressing business than
lie was last night, ma, when sister Al
lie was on his lap in the parlor, and—”
Entire Outfits for
<vL Plays,Entertainments anti Parties
Yw. A ft II line of Wigs, Tights, Shoes etc.
for roiio cr rent.
lVri ti Amboy X, ,1.
What to buy for
a few things which make appro
priate gifts
Watches, Watch Chains, Clocks,
Rings, Napkin Rings, Watch
Safes, Watch Charms, Silver
ware, Cut Glass, Fobs.
Space will not allow' us to
mention the rest, so call and see
-—. --g-——---I-?
I Evening News Classified Ads.
No Ads. Less Than 10c. Extra Charge if Displayed. |
GIRL WANTED FOR general house
work. (Jail at 169 Brighton ave.
oharaoter and good reputation in
each state (one in this county requir
ed) to represent and advertise old
established weatlhy business houso
of solid financial standing. Salary
521 weekly with expenses additional,
all payable in cash direct each Wed
nesday from head offices. Horse and
carriage furnished when neoossary.
References. Enclose self-addressed
envelope. Colonial, Cnxton Build
ing, Chicago. 8802-8-18-tf
gentlemen, heat and bath. Break
fast served if desired. 98 Gordon
street. 4279-12-9-8
rent cncap, corner Gordon and
South First streets. 4280-12-9-2
FOR RENT—SEVEN room house,
good location, improvements. O.
M. VanDuseu & Bro., 281 Madison
avo. -1254-12-7-8t
improvements with board. Good
German cooking. 45 Gordon st.
FLOOR TO LEi, 48 Smith st.
peppermint creams, 8c a box. Rus
sell, 81 Smith st. 42fi6b-12-i)-l
IiooU crabs, Bine Point oysters and
hard and soft crabs at A. Haurattio’s,
corner High amt Smith stB.
•JZZ 4288-12-9-2
SPECIAL TODAY and Thursday,
chocolate peanut clusters, 10c box at
Russell’s, 81 Smith st.
4286 12-9-1
STORES FOR RENT cheap. Enquire
at News office.
FOP. RENT—A BARN and~stable,
suitable for one horse. . Enquire at
News office. 3164-7-25-tf
sets are the popular thing. Orders
taken lor studs, culf buttons and belt
buckles, also liat pins, ut 114 Rector
street. 7-17-tf
nnd tan, named Bob. Finder notify
Dr. Keasbey, 129 High st.
.— ~
four gentlemen can obtain board at
120 Sooth Second st. $1.50 week.
An ordinance to establish-a grade on
Sheridan street from Market street
to the Raritan River.
Be itjordaiued by the City of Perth
Section 1. That the grade of Sheri
dan street from Market streot to the
Raritan River be established at and
in accordance with the several pitches
and grades as shown on a new profile
and map of said street, made by S. .T.
Mason, City Surveyor, and filed with
the City Clerk'Mondny, Nov. 16, 1903,
Approved Nov. 20, 1903.
Attest: Mayor.
JCity Clerk.
4278-12-9-lt-2t e.w.
SPECIAL TODAY mid Thursday,
peppermint creams, 80 box, at Rus
sell’s, 81 Smith st. 428Cb-12-9-l
FOR SALE—GOOD second hand hor
izontal engine, olieap, must bo
moved this voar. No reasonable offer
refused. Waclurk Wire Company,
Elizabeth, N. J. 4255-12-7-3
kisses, 10c a box. Russell, 81 Smith
st. 42<iCa-12-9-l
FOR SALE—COAL yard and ice house
property, subject to short lenso.
Bids received for sixty da vs. Enquire
P. E. Gordon, Miller st.
3915-11 -3-tlf
FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horse
power steam engine and boiler.
Second hand. Excellent condition.
Manufacturer, caro of Evening News.
BOILER AND ENGINE for sale at a
bargain. Stnrtevant 10 horse power
steam ongitio and boiler in A 1 condi
tion, cost $41)0, will sell for $250. In
use 3 years. Address O. D., News
Office. 9-12-tf
FOR SALE—FOUR lot-! on Market
st., near Good win. Address “Roal
Estate,” Evening News.
FOR SAHE—AT a bargain, house ami
lot on Hall nve. Address ‘‘Bar*
gaiu,” Evening News office.
Choice lot on Smith will be sold
for $875 two hundred dollars down,
balance on small monthly install
ments if desired.
Tlie Kisliop Company
• 123 8mith Street,
y-AiWeS can make money 'hoy
c mo and toll us wh n li ir parci ts want
iiro insurance. Ask tlunli about thU. ..uls
for sale, $10 down and,$5 per mouth. 1)0
Comegys & Bros- 2<>8 Smith St.
Reality and Construction
Business properties am! residence in all
paits of the oily for sale fur cash or 011
monthly installments.
Post Office Building.
•'Trier. Fuel: Tima in in Flig'r.t."
PS ft lyf ?t»a-kl>cnut.v,r<j-*S: JflJ2 St H
UHRakalr. Ttikte... tuffs PI"/-'"'!! f*
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Bankug House rf the First National Hank
of Perth Amboy, N. J., Dee. 7, Ilk'S.
To the Stockholders:
Notice is herehv given that pursuant ‘o flm
By-Laws of the Bank, the Annual Mcethgif the
Stockholders of the First. National Bank of IVri It
A inhoy N. J., will be held hl the oftlue of the
Bank, 111 Smi h Street, Perth Amboy between
the hours of 12 o’clock noon-and 1 o'c nek p. m ,
•J ucadav, .January 12, 19 4. for the t urpohe of
electing Directors for the ensuing year and for
the transaction of such other business as legally
mav Como be ore the Hireling. The tr«m-fe*
hooks’wilt he dosed at noon, January 3,19J4, ni cl
w ilt reopen at noon .January 15, 1901. tiy orCer
of llie liowrd of Directors.
Cashh r.
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