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Friday N gtits, Ludars in the League.
BOTH TEAMS WIN A GAME. Friday Nights and Three Bs had an Exciting Contest on the Bloodgood Alleys. BIC CROWD PRESENT. The Bloodgood alleys were crowded with bowling enthusiasts from many places last night, to watch the match between the Friday Nights and Three B in the Inter-State Ieagne. Both teams were in fine condition and con siderable money ebaugod hands, it is said. It w»B hard, but careful work on the part of both teams in the first game, but tho Friday Nights were the lnokv ones for they rolled up the big score of 916 against 869 of the Three Bs, just 47 pins better. At the end of tho first game the rooters for the lucky team yelied and jnmped about, making a fearful rack et. A short recess was taken and the second game was started. \ Slowly, bnt surely the Friday'Nights watched the Three Bs get ahead of the game, and although the winners of tho first game tried their best, they lost by the heavy majority of 137 pins. This was the chance for the Three Bs’ rooters and led by Birden Golden, who had a small tin horn, decoratod with a red ribbon, the Three Bs frien Is yelled themselves hoarse. The following is the lineup of each team and tlie scores they made: Three Bs. Bloodgood 157 173 Holz worth 168 1!)0 Graham 214 150 Kocti J58 164 Waring 172 208 869 885 Friday Nights. Lydiard 180 146 Mulchahey 190 135 Christie 133 133 Evans 214 y 155 Dnnn 199 176 916 748 STRIKES AND SPARES. The Raritan Copper Works office team will roll agninst the C. Pardee bowling team on the Hartmann alleys tonight. Tonight the Y. M. C. A. bowling team, of New Brunswick, will come to Perth Amboy to bowl against the crack Seaside bowling team. The game will be rolled on the Bloodgood alleys. INTER-STATE LEAGUE. W. L. Played Friday Nights 6 2 8 Amicitias 3 3 6 Three B’s 4 " 4 8 Aquation gas 15 6 THEODORE BLOODSOOO BOWLING ALLEY Billiard and Pool Parlor CIGAR!* AND TOBACCO 42 Smith Street1 Perth Amboy. N. J rnSmwTi E BOWLING BILLIARDS : ■ S2-154 Smith SL Perth Amboy “ JAMES KIRBY, Prop. aaaaaaiaiaaiaaaiaaaaaaaiaaaaaaiaiiE TWO TEAMS i.jLL SAME SCORE IN ONE CAME Fireproofers were Cefeakd in an Exciting Match with the Black Diamonds. For tho first time in the history of howling in this city, two scores exact ly alike were rolled op last night in tho first game between the Fire Proof ers bowling team and tho Black Diamonds. Botli teams made 601. Tliis is something that does not hap pen vbrv often. In the last two games the Fire Proofers were doteatod. In the second game tho Black Diamonds came ont ahead by 11 pins. In the last game they won with 125 pins to their credit. Tho alleys were in fine condition and both teams were at their best. The following is tho lineup of the teams with individual scores: Fire Proofers. Gunderson 177 161 9 Cheshire 97 119 113 Rossi 11) 146 110 Weaver b8 141 121 Grobain 120 134 139 601 701 580 Black Diamonds. Sofield 120 135 164 Maher 101 122 158 Costello 112 180 139 Rhodes 145 134 105 Hewitt 123 144 129 601 715 695 LOCAL SPORTS SEE THE BICYCLE RACE. Visit New York and Remain all Niylit—One of the Riders is Known Here. A crowd of young men, members of the Danish Sociable A. 0., of this city, went to New York yesterday and a number of other sports left this morning on the 10.20 Pennsylvania train to seo the bicycle race at Madi son Square Garden. Many of the people from this oity remember Walthour. the trick bicycle rider, who with his partner Munroe, is now in sixth place out of the eight teams holding the game down. Only a few months ago Waltonr was in this city as a trick bicyclist at one of the local mnsic hulls. The crowd who went np to the Garden yestordny camu home at 2 o’olock this morning, but those who went today will romnin all night and return home tomorrow noon. The race will end Saturday night. Another orowd expects to go up Saturday oil the 10.2(1 train. (<nin]iomi find Dan McKonnn Won. NEW ORLEANS, Dee. 10.—Lampoon and Dan McKenna, both well support ed, were the winning favorites here. George Thompson, who lias Just re turn's! to tliis country with a long and good record on foreign tracks, lmd his first mount on Dan McKenna. Round i'.ig the first turn ill the last race Her kelmore fell, and Will Shelley and Shotgun fell over him. Wolf, who hud the mount on Rarkelmore, was se verely bruised, but the others eseuped unhurt. ’ Otto Stolfol Defeated. SAN FRANCISCO, Dee. 10.—Close finishes and the defeat of favorites marked the racing at Oakland. The greatest surprise was the defeat of Otto Steifel, the 2 to 5 favorite for the Iwo-year-okl race, who was beaten by Captain Forsec. Jockey Rullmun, who arrived from New York, made Ids first appearance on. Pollock. OVER-CAREFUL HOUSEKEEPING Too Strict Keitlme Prevent* ft Tltor- I ouuli Enjoyment of Home Aaaoeiation*. When a child of 12 years I visited at the house of a lady who prided herself upon her housekeeping, and whose neighbors justly gave her credit for a i great degree of proficiency in that de- i partment of life, says a writer in the Housewife. My remembrance of that visit always brings a chill, and I turn my thoughts as quickly as possible into another channel, even though I am now middle-aged. If a chair in any room was left awry it was immediately set straight; if a window shade was raised or lowered above or below the regula tion line, it was at once put in place. If by any carelessness dirt or litter, how ever small in quantity, or harmless in its nature, was to be seen anywhere within the limits of that household, the broom, always at hand, was brought into use, ,to the shame of the individual guilty of such carelessness. The husband was, unfortunately, not In sympathy with the strict regime in vogue, so he had his full share of trouble, for in my presence he bore scold ing and snubbing so patiently that my child heart pitied him, and I remember that more than once, in my simplicity, I tried to be kind to him, to atone for this lack of appreciation and privilege in his own household. Since that time I have known of other households of like character—where no dirt accumulates— no freedom in the use even of chairs is encouraged, because disorder ensues; no flics linger pleasantly buzzing in the sunshine, for no sunshine Is welcomed or tolerated for reasons well known, and the house fly soon learns wisdom and departs for parts less despotic; no chil dren are welcome, except accompanied by watchful mammas or faithful attend am*, ivuu win uervuubiy resuani evui j attempt at investigation or familiarity with people or objects on the part of these little folks, who soon wish to leave such an atmosphere and enter that of some loving housekeeper, who will kind ly allow them all reasonable privilege, and who will enjoy the spontaneous outburst of childhood Innocence; no freedom i3 tolerated that encroaches up on the set regulations of "the good housekeeper." Now. I would like to inquire if it is not better to live in a comfortable manner, making all around feel at home, even if disorder and a certain amount of dirt, actual dirt, is sometimes apparent? is It not better lo relax the hold than to keep in the grip the entire family, and all guests who are so hardy as to venture within the lines? Is it "good housekeep ing" to make your home a model of neat ness, exactness and regulaiity at the ex pense of personal enjoyment and com fort? Is not the so-called "good house keeper's" many times misnamed? Not that we udvocatc untidiness, disorder and indifference concerning the details of home life, upon which so largely de pend our comfort and happiness; but is it not better to take medium ground and strive to he a caretaker without letting our right hand know what our left hand doeth? Is it not more polite and safer to ignore the carelessness and lack of thoughtful jess on the part of our guests than to painfully remind them by our haste to make amends or restore order in thalr presence? it is wise to train our chil dren to ways of order and eare-taking, Out if we injudiciously "nag" them we shall fail in our object, and possibly es trange them from the home life. Oh. mistaken wife and mother, such a habit in your busy life would be a grand Investment and return you a hundred fold. Many a husband and father has wandered into some gilded saloon just to while away a few moments, until the habit has grown upon him, and his home has lost its charm—he seek's it only as a duty and a resting place. Young wives and housekeepers, even those who have no domestic help, we counsel you to give your husbands all of your society that their business relations allow. ine dishes can wait—so can the broom and duster—but your husband’s affection and devotion will surely wane and with er If you do not foster and cherish as a lender plant. Without love and con tentment, of what avail are the com mendable Qualities of good housekeep ing? With love and contentment they are all Important, factors. Let us then, one and all. old and young, strive to avoid the breakers of "over-careful jousekceplng.” .Tell leil Flat. Prepare a two-pound fish, removing all the bones and skin. Chop fine and Btlr In. a little at a time, a gill of cold ivater; add a teaspoonful of salt, the lulce of three lemons, a tablespoonful nf grated onion. 24 almonds blanched and finely chopped and a dash of cay enne. When all these Ingredients have oeen carefully incorporated moisten with a tablespoonful of gelatine dis solved in a little warm water. Pack Into a mold, and when thoroughly ’hilled turn out in a nest of crisp let tuce leaves and serve with mayonnaise Iresslng.—Ladies’ Home Journal. To Make* Old Fowl* Tender. Stew an old fowl from two to four n.ours. This d<>cs not mean boiling, but ilther cooking at a temperature below :he boiling point, say 150 to 160 decrees, In barely enough water to cover. When sufficiently stewed, roast In the oven, casting frequently. This process will make a five or slx-vfar-old fowl as ten ier at a chicken.—Farmers' Review Good Sport In Bohemia. Bohemia remains the best of Euro pean countries for sportsmen. Among the animals bagged last year were 16, S85 deer. 939 boars, 00,210 pheasants, 471,799 rabbits, 2,488 foxes. Drolled Sweetbreuda. Parboil, drain and dry, rub with but ler, sprinkle with pepper and salt and Sroii over a clear fire. Serve with melt id butter.—Brown Book. ; ANIMALS ARE NEVER JD.E. , .onllng Ii nn Art 'j'A-i Haw neon Ac* \ tiuiretl lij Hut t’luv Uvliig Creature*. j How is it that bird.': and beasts manage , o pass through lib without succumbing . o ennui, or at least without being bored tearly to death? Animals as a rule do tot loaf; it is not thus, says the India im.es, that they live the problem, oafing is an art which but lew living rcatures under- nil. Lizards, erttco illC3 and chaprassis „re the greatest au horitie3 on the subject. Animals have required the knack ol making much ado ibout nothing; they have learned to be rgry busy without dolr.gt anything. This recomplishmen; obviously differs from hat of loafing, it i one which animals ( rave brought to perfection, and of which r.anv human beings—chiefly women— ire very able exponents. There is over lead a wasp busily exploring the holes ,n the trunk of a tree. Why he does this le probably dors not know; he has no time to stop and think. He is quite con tent to explore away as though his life depended upon it. Five times within he last six minutes he has minutely in jected every portion of the same hole. All his labor is useless in a sense; with out it. however, the wasp would in all probability die of ennui. The wasp is not an isolated case. Most animals are experts at frittering away time; they spend much of their lives in actively do ing nothing. Watch a canary in a "cage. He hops backward and forwartl between two perches, as though he was paid by the distance for doing so? Look at a butterfly. It leads an aimless existence. Nevertheless it is always busy. A bee probably visits 20 times as many flowers *** —.J I butterfly is always on the move. When speaking of the swift, I notice how long it took to flncl the materials for its nest, how it w-ent afar to seek that which was at its feet. This, al though the result of stupidity, is doubt less a blessing to the bird. Nest building affords great pleasure to the bird—the more protracted the amusement the bet ter for the architect. Tin squirrel labors from early morn till late eve laying tip a store of nuts. When one siorehouse is full the industrious animal opens an other, and then proceeds to forget the existence of the first. Lastly, animals spend no inconsiderable portion of the day in play. Nearly all the higher ani mals Indulge in play; some go solar as to play regular games. Why Traveling is D ngerous Constant molioijars Ilia kidneys which ire kept iu place In the body by delicate attachments. This is the teasin that t.ra elers. trsin"”'ii. street, car men, team sters, and all who irivsvery much, suffer from kidney e is use in some form. Foley’s Kidney cure strengthens tlie kid ney’s and cures all forms of kidney ami bladder disease. Geo H. Hausau, loco motive engineer, Lima, ()., writes. ‘ Con stant vibration of the engine caused me a great deal of trouble with my kidneys, and I got no relief until I used Foley’s Kidney Cure.’’- For sale at Sextons Pharmacy. One Way Never Tried. Miss De Style—I'd give anything to become famous—to have my name sounded from ocean to ocean; but I am not capable. Philosopher—Yes, you are. “Thank you. What can I do?” “Go to Europe, and marry some poor man without any title.”—N. Y. Weekly. (aettliiK Hat’k. “Gee, no!” exclaimed the pretty cash girl. "I don’t want nothin' to do with you. I wouldn’t marry you if you was the last man on earth. Is that plain enough English for you?” “It is certainly plain enough,” said the mortified bookkeeper. “But it isn't English.”—Chicago Tribune. Fatality of Pneumonia Pneumonia is tlie most, fatal of all acute 'flections, being second only to consump ion ill ir.ortuaiy lints, all classes, rich and poor, young ami old succumb to its ra vages. Foley’s n. ney ami Tar cures o ils ami p: events pneumonia and lias 11 red many severe cases of ibis disease. My wife bad a severe attack of pneu monia which followed a severe attack ol la grippe and I believe that Foley's Honey ind Tar saved her life,” writes James loffec, of Raymond, Mass' Forsi'eat Sexton* Pharmacy State of New Jersey, Department of State. CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. To all to whom these prosents may come, Greeting: Whereas, it appears to my satisfac tion, by duly authenticated record of tlie proceedings for the voluntary dis solution | thereof by the unanimous consent of nil the stockholders, de posited in mv office that tlie COLUM BIAN MATCH COMPANY, a cor poration of this State, whose principal office is situated at No. — Washington street in the City of Perth Amboyr| County of Middlesex, State of New ( Jersey (Sigismnnd Kaplan being agent therein and in charge thereof, npon I whom process may be served), has complied with the requirements of “An Act concerning corporations (Revision of 1896),” preliminary to the issuing of this Certificate of D:s- ; solution. Now therefore, I. S. D. Dickinson, Secretary of State of the State of New Jersey, do hereby certify that the said corporation did, on the twelfth day of November. 1908, file in my office n duly executed and attested consent, in writing to the dissolution of said cor poration, executed by all the stock holders thereof, which said consent and: the record of the proceedings aforesaid are now on file in my said officas provided by law. Id testimony whereof, I have hereto set my hand and affixed my official seal, nt Trenton, this twelfth day of November A. D. one thousand nine hundred and three. [L. S. ] S. D. DICKINSON, Secretary of State. (Seal ) 4064-1119 -it-o.c.w. i 3ANNSZR SALVE 6 the most healing salve In he world. It cures Sores, Cuts, Jurns and all Skin Diseases.! t positively Gup&s PxZes S. Kingsbaker, 80 East Ohio Street, Ihicago, writea: ‘‘I had a bad case or ’ilea for several years. BAri!'»ER SALVE ured me quickly and permanently after everal doctors and ramediea had failed 0 relieve me.” lUARAHTEED. Pn!oo2BCenlm Builders and Con-1 tractors I Hroetory. | First Class FRESCO PAINTER and DECORATOR. Milner of Furniture and Alar«. Wants uivate work a ini work for the trade. Rooms decorated S-'.OC aud $10.00, with .uarautre of 7 yearn. Highest reference on application. All work guaranteed. HENRY NEMTZYH 271 Washington Street Perth Amboy. Telephone IG.'l L. CHRISTENSEN & FEDOERSEN Masons and Contractors Office: 188 Madison Ave. Tel. 67b Perth Amboy, N. J J. H. i YHHLLL FINE TEAMS AND COACHES FOR WEDDINGS, FUNERALS, Etc. A SPECIALTY Carting to ALL PARTS of the CITY Residence and Office: 30 Commerce St. Tel. Call 34. Sand. Grvel, Brick, Flue Linings and Sewer Pipe Furnished. 35 Wnodbridge Hoad. 170 Brighton Avr LUND & CHRISTENSEN Carpenters anil Builders Office and Shop: 0 East Avenue. Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended b GRAHAM &. M'KEON Ganerat Contractors EXCAVATING. GRADING, ETC. Sand, Grave'., Brokuu Stone, Carting. Ru 244 Smith St. 225 New Brunswick Ave, A. K. JENSEN, Successor to J. K. Jensen. Mason and Contractor 22i Washington St. F. X. URBANSKi ” Rouse Painting, Paper nang'rg, Ii’teri' Decorating. 238 Washinoton S JENS K. JENSEN ARCHITECT OFFICE; P. O. BUILDING Residence; 250 Washington St. Perth Amboy, N. 1 J. LANKIN Plumbing A Cas Fitting titesra. Hot Water and ITot Air Heating Dealer In Btovea ItaDgee and Koat* Repairing of all kin v*093iilty. 367 State street, Perth Amboy. N THE FARRINGTON CO. Successors to Farrington £ Itonyo • C' LUMBER. LIME. LATH. MILLWORK. HARDWARE All kinds of Building Material Office. 138 Fayette stroet Perth Amboy, N. J E. 0. CARLSON, Painter & Paperhanger 'nbb'ng promptly t tented to 157 Gordon * Z W. WINBERG Painter and Paper Hanger 142 Brighton Ave. Established in ’‘fc'O. W. J. DONNELL Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Lumber, Lath, Cement. Doors. Sashet Blinds. Mouldings, Builder's Hardwarf Hair aud Nalls. Office and Yard; Jefferson St.&’O. R. R. of N. I’-rth Amboy, s. Z. P. SKOV & CO. Artificial Stone and Cement Worki Office: 108 Fulton St., New York City R. B. SMITH Sanitary Plumbe: Tinning and Sheet Iron Worker. Stcair and Gas Fitter. Jobbiug.promptly attended to. ■•hop 55 N. B. Ave. Perth Amboy, N. J lpTkoyFn CARPENTER and BUILDER Estimates furnished. Jobbing attended t( 90 Now Brunswick Av., Perth Amboy SHOP; 17 KINQ ST. fDUYSKlBNEYCORE Makes Kidneys and Bladder Rhht MINES IN CALIFORNIA. k|>precin?>lo V !n*»rr! V. **iiltli T.iliPi. from (irouiid ol Ml Three of tl.e 57 Counties. There are c nly three California roan- < les out of the entire array of 37 that will I j .ot make a showing in the statistics n! '• lint ral outpi t for th< y< nr MKS, • i he San Francisco Call. Several of the* •ounli's tha: are discovered to have nir.cral wealth ar• i : * r< ;j-* : nted by • * ircr- ligr.rez of actual production. Tha*. I i a-cording to rupee--Non. Bet. ton h.erinr, the area o the -ate. length ^ prob&l * ottntry on earth that can b shown to * - as uniformly mineral'':: el throughout i <rtctlcally Us entire ext it t Ann:,:; the surprises contained in tit* *a:i. ti:: be :pitted by the state jj be the figures ci > \ aitt*. i.i the total out put of p<'. i' .u ir. < Ca’i:'.rrtia frr lit* 2. The production was , . ry largt, but w " t he ; rlce tt the . 11s ranges f-om 15 to 25 cents per j i arrcl for fuel oil it dors rot. temp: ra- , I lively : .teal lay, rrqttir: large f.Rtr.s , to show what it redd r .r ir. total in the ] market. The total cold output cf two 3 counties far surpasses the value in the j ! market of ail the oil produced in th* j* itate during thr* year 1302. While the- ! ! rice cf oil has continu'd to be lew. tb? j value of silver, which i of great inter net in Pacific coast camps, has coat 1 to rise. The gover-me.nt followed the* market front 13 ents to H5 cents in its ■ purchases lor the Philippine coinage. Then it stripp'd. Millions of dollars’ worth cf bullion will be required by the ( -fii iir-mcil },'' ” ttin PhtlinUitS e:OlS- i jvgo bill provisions are fully carried out J At the pr:ser.t pricr- of t liver many sil- i ver camps car. produce at a profit. The Sordid Measurement. “Dcn't you think that the ideal? o? statesmanship are higher now than ;hey used to be?” "Sure they ate,” answered Senator Sorghum. "I've known the time when (300 was considered big money. Now yon can't get a man that amounts to anything to look at less than $1(1,000.”— Washington Star. OUAii. 50 YEARS’ -^aBMHBii^'-EXPERIENCE -vni ■ V k J gJ i L g J Jj k w S 3 * jjn |LJt 1 E d k I PT* I itemSt f&TT lAi <L airt iWCTfttnWBffr ! R--*DE IVI A R F\ 5 ASnST Designs ' rvvvY^ Copyrights 4c. Anvone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Commuiiica t tons Hi rictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents gent tree. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents tak^n through Maim & Co. receive ipcdal notice, without charge, In the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, f i a year: four months, |L Sold by alWiswsdealers. tVUJNN & Co.361B,oa,,wa>' New York Branch Office. 625 F SU Washington, D. C. RARITAN TRACTION CO. Time Table id Effect Dec. 7, 1^03 Cats lea eg Mel lichen for Pc t h An. bo 7 and ail (>o<nts n-t to Woo bri *ge Creek Hedge half nourl. from 6:0' a . co8 3.*wi in. Hourly.f om 8.3' ii. in. to 4.3 p. m. Half ho irlv fr in 4.85 p. in. io ?. 15 p. ui. hlU h urly fr ni 7.35 p. in. to 11.35 p. in. Cars leave Keasbey School f r M lueli t» 5 and '45 minutes past eac i hour I ruin 5.35 a.in. t *. 5 a.in. and h urly fr*»m c.°5 o.m to 5 p. rr. and half hourly from 4.0. p.m. to 705 p. in. and hour|v Pom 7.05 p,m. io li.Oi ir. ■ICJar* leaveK a>bey for l> points Eas1: ever 15 munutes. Ca s leave Bridge at Woodbr! ge Creek fi r K- 'sbe.v ot foot of Pudth S rest every lltleen minute's f-oin 0.00 o.m. to 12 night Cars b ave Hri ‘ge at Woodbridge rreek for Metueli u half hourly f om 6.00 o. in. to 7.H0 it m hour1, only from 7. Oh. in. to3.80 p. in. Ha'f hourly from ■'.* • p. in. t> 0.80 p. in. and hourly from t'-.' O p. m. to K'.'i1 p. m. Cars leave .Ma'en 1-lamt Ferry f •* Met Uf he a and Keasby hduM.l at 8 and 48 minut s past each hour f om 6.18 it. m. to 7.48 a. in. from 7.4' n. m. to 3.4S P. m. p. in. at 18 minu es past the hour oldv f i o;ii 3.48 to 6.18 at 18 and -I minu es past i he hour and from 6. S »o 1 Sat 48 ui mite 11 nly. For Keasljy at foot of cjnii.u tired* at 3 au i 83 minu es past the hou-. Cars leare for tateti Island Terry for Bridge Minuuuu'ni)(r ' , ' t i *. •• v. ..... utes.pa*t euch hour ficm ■’• 4. m. to 11.4.’ p. in. V*M <*. BOCK Pn*~«■**»** ft* PERTH AM ROY POST OFFICE SCHEDULE. Taking effect Oct. 12,1908 Opon» at 7 A. M. Closes at 7 P. M. Malls Arrive: New York Western and Southern. 7.00a m • 'ah way — Wood bridge. 7.30 um South Jersey way Mail. 8 06am Fords and lwasbcv. S.15a u» New York » nd Northern Way. .. 9 80 a tn Railway, direct.• . JJ JJ) a m New York aud Northern t\ay.12.86,p m South Jersey Way.. 1 • 8jj P Wood bridge direct. 186 New York oirect . •• 2.30 p ro New York and Northern \4 ay- 5DP n South Jersey Way. . • 6-8° p '■ Brooi. lyu, lvn^yivania and N. Jersey ♦ .80 p <• Rahway, dir* ct. 6.80 p m Fords and K caster.•••.. •• 6.c5p.m Malls Close. P.ahwav and Woodbridge. 7 lr> a m New \ ora and Northern Way. « S" a m South Jersey Way. 9 00 i ni New York anH Eastern States. 9 80a m F"rosand Kea*bev. 9..k» a ir Habwa. and Woodbridge. 12.'U a m South Jersey Way. 12,00 p in New York and Northern Way. 12.*-0 a m New York ami N* rthern Way. 4.St; p m South Jer-ev Way . 4.86 p m Rahway Mnd Woodbridge. 4.80pm Fords and aeasbey . 760pm All points.. 7.06 p ui Monej Order ■ epnrrment opens at 7 a m closes at 6.45 p m Saturday at 6.30p tn Gko. H Tic*. P. M. FIRE ALARM COXES 28 Raritan Copper Works 26High and Lewis 27 Madison av and Paterson st 28 Market and *• irst sts. 35 Smith and High st 37 Mate and Smith sts 48 Buckingham ave and Hartf 45 Commerce and Front sts 47 High and Washington str 54 State st ana Buckingham ave 56 Hall avp aud Charles H :>r Railroad ave and Wayne st 02 Washington end First sts t7 . Turnpike and Elm st 64Smith st and Watson ave 65 Commerce and State sts 72Front and Smith sis 78 Water and Gordon sts 74 Kearny ave and Gordon st 82 Smith and Herbert St fB Wood bridge road and Washington st 84 Lehigh avar \ Stanford st To send in an alarm, open the door of the bos and pull down ihe lever and let go once only. Stay at box until firemen arrive. srttrtAL CALI/I. 1 tap—Break in circuit. 2 taps—Drill and fire 1 alarm test. Hydrant at corner of Jefferson and I High street always to be used for tills trial. 8i taps Fire out. 5 taps—Police call. 12—Call ft r Lincoln Hose. 18—Call for Washington Hote | 14—l-all for McClellan Hose 15—Call for Pic-, tection H. and L. 1 . ... . ... , A PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD ’ Schedule In eOtort, Jfov 29 19C3 ; i: i i hi .»««=*ssejs .# : : : U “S££3 ;3 1 * •te»^^«s«v“u|» *s«ssSt35i: , 2 :- .V Z ■ gfe»s«T88 li ■> 1 - " :-* *• 2ns-'- 3 iii- « * SuzWbUi&if ; 9 * : 2 * ?-e-3»oceccc » i •;.••< v- ■ 3 2-?; = “- 2~ ;= 23c- « _ j, £ .; ^ ~ j :ii ■ : M Z i C Z .-. - J z £ ■ : ' •. : . V 2 -m n-7'2'’■■ ■ ' ~ zz-. ■ :.• ■::■• ;; i; . * ;e*eiSSS‘.' » t ‘.J 9 -■•-:•*'•”r*e««-;£ —e.»*e.» -- A - -«*s , , »»**»»SS 'S 1 T s!! """--■'- i n.Si»s.raiiss a 1 i-i__ 2 i * * 'l^^ssasi -.3 j < -£ zrr.-•---§ . ?:-s*s„s#sst. » 1 ■ -m_3ssss~> * gf-:si=£a :g 1: ttzliUli; | ,• S«=::!£c-avis, I , ££££2--—: • j i.nSSSiiiSISl ;b3K3SSl:ia«sair: i .1- .■»«.«*«««= 3: ,»|* :£**.-*?-%$ « .£ :*SSKg 'S 1 - " — -r * •<•«• i- *- <- v :« -occ«e £ : :< . : a :i ; !! • : : 1 -* ax : • : i ;^j i *■ >>•»>•_• i *•*I I !■ ;la | jS; i l - -'» s : : * : • J : : ':** c ii&:!S? :^5 : :8«% ; E 2 S : s *— — r-. — :-£& * r h a i. —v»ji *£a c •= k « 5 ® m - L/ „c * ? *■ J, I ?5t-CS-»ZaS»?ftsft. "y” Stops only to take on or let off naMAnrors or or from Peril; Amboy on Lotice to Agent Conductor. For farther Information see time tables lekets for all point* on the Pennsylvania <al!rondand connections, Pullman uccom- < •;odo«4r>ns at tirtr«*t office.Penh Amboy W. W. ATTEKBURY. r-J fsraftt. O*1- Puiw’rTr fflc Manager. «FO W. 1 OYp. v>*n ilkei. *. RKAEIHG SYSTEM NEW JESSEY CENTEAL Corrected to Nov. It) 1903 TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBO? ''"•New Yor*. v**wH.rk and Wli **♦>«. t* at ; 88, 7 17. ~ 45, New York (only) 7.58 8 f4, 3 51, .1 i? I1 **. *• L... • l*i 8 2,4 0.5 09 JXU, 7*5, i US, 9 47, j.a • 9 5a. p. m. 9aada^b, 3 3 , « , *. a. • *i, 9 4', p m. PhtladeJppiM a?*o i renton via Brook, 7 17, 1119. 11.59 am 110, u -deya, 8 37 a. m 5 2vp. m Ko»-Long Bn»Tv»»i. ooe1!" Gr©**«* «»t«. ) J a. m. ‘8.23. (i O'. Sat only) 1 !7 7.19 p. in 1- 8 (*und*ys rxotpu-d) <r except Jceaij Grove) iK, k 4 5', 9 21, p. o: Fr*-oauid. t i>7 6 51 1 it u. .*.*2 2 <7 5.i* v* ru h >diit!onal train* for Ked Bank 2.27, * 15. r. M. 1 cr Hou’hAmVw ' 0.54,7 11,990 p. m ?. 9 . 4. 43 p ID. 5 15, 5.52 9.2*. u in. in. Suu iu}». y.uj a.in. tv.1, e l*, p. ni. Through ticket! to ali polnta at lowMtnm nay be had on application is advance to the ilcket agent at the station. W. G, BatLBK, Yice-FraP. A Ginrral Hacag C. 11 Bur'. , General iaasenger Agent. LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD TUB® Tslble In effect Nov 9 )8C3. 3 all on s in New fork, fool ot Ocrtlarct, lies ‘-ro**** and YV j8t 22rd streets, Penna. R. U Perries, Tbaihb Lb aw Statb Strxxt Ftatto*. FOR NEW YORK 0.10. 7.4* am 4 2!m>.in 1.So p.m daily cov>roc*a w t v ttv train for Hound Brook,Maucb i.Ymnk W«etb*r1v, Hazeltoo Potter llle and iniermedi »le points. SOUTH PLAINF1KLD. p H». 7 45 a m. 1.80,4 20 p. m. 9u; days S 35 *t ... 1.30. 6 15 p in • FMH nTHK8 poi nth r i) exrress lor barton, Ueihleham Allen- A town, i’l l t•sville, Buffalo. Vim afi‘ S's'ls and Chi "•ago. Parlor Cat New York to Buffalo, con- ^B neptp with local train for all points east of j^B Munch Chunk. - 85 a. ni. Sundays only. Express train fo|^BIl N lau'ar.i Fa.K and Chicago. Mops a^BB Flendngtou Jcr. .JgBIgl 4.20 i-. n.. L»n!iy Except cundry Express «BB for VViJke* Mai re. Hr*... ton. Fusel U^K&BSm .::«1 ; Miifirfi' 'r 'ir:’ stations.BB f 15 P u . Hu. (ley® only Through tnttnj^HHB IP:IT C- . Niagara Fal’N “uspenMrm l l ■ Mc;.mi cor.u.*<-> mr NVw York. .^BH TU.V.Lb l.KAYK SOUTH I* i .A I FOB PUUTH AMBOY |MB •TO, a. tv. 3.4*1. 5.00. 7 50. p. in. 8uyHB^( ' ■ ;tr u tu r. ' .?.T> ip Trains HrrlvT^HBBEB : ■ ' . s.iu j-. t ‘BbHI day, • r»7 a. m.. 6.25. S 1" r* m. ‘/^IBBhB TM-ketp sold to all Western Moln'BBBBB For rurittcr in formation apply to B^B§§§|§ r.gsinta. HHHH 51."ten Island Rapid Transit^BHH • : ,-C-ir in •/*•■ t •>!. a-d after ' **•"- VgjSBBS ' ■ 'J‘ TO Ni w Y »irk - L«aveJ|^BflBBH m 1 Hr daiH except -uiidays IT. ' i, 6b. 7.P.5. 7 8F, hBBH ar.-; 1-J55. 1 55 1 3j 5.30. t.4j. - 0,9 • 4j.ju.no. U, 'ti¥. iAT^f^VBHl; Sundays and LegaJ Holidays ^ fi.20, 7.56, 8.56. 9.56, 10 65 1-56 A. M 12 55. 1.55, £.55, 3.55. 4.30, 5.5u. 0/0. , 7/0, P.40, P. M. Ne York to Perth Amboy:—Leave foot of Whitehall *t- dail\ except Sundav and Legal Foiu'Hva. 5/5. 6.50.8 00.9.00 10 00. 11.00 a. m. 12.30 1 3» 2 80. 8 80. 4 80. 5.10 K.30 5.45. G. 15. : 6.33, 7.30, 8.30, 9 41.11.06 12.25. Sundays and Legal BolidaT s. Leave New York 7 0.9 0. 10.00,11.00. i« fC,».n I. 0 2 10,3 1-0,4 00, 5.00, G.0J, 7.CO, 8.(0, C.10 II. 05.pta. F* rry between Perth Amboy and Tottenvillr— leave Perth Amboy oa< y x5 15, xti 12. 6.82, xG.68. x7 35, x8 OS, x8.6\ V.'5, xiO.tf, 10 50 x! 1.25a in. 12 25. x 12.56, xl.55. x-50. x3.FR, x4 .HU. 4.65. x5 s ,6.00. xb,4R. 7 i 6, 7 30, X8 00, x9 0 9 53. xlu.80 xll. 15 r. m. 12.30a.m. Sundavsmd Le-al Holidays x C 20, 6 45, x7 55 x8 15 X9.5 .X10.6*. x 11.56. a n. xia.55. xt/6, x2 65.x 8 65, x4/ii. xB/O.xC.BO, x7/0. S.40, xj 4 \to.80. p m 12.40.a. m. Le°ve Toitenville daily x1.3P, 5.55, 6.42 x7.ll) 7.50 xS 15. y0 10 9.U). xl° 15. xll C5 «. m Xl2 05. 12 4 I Xl .35. x2 85, T« 87, 4.10. x4.8r, 5 1'*. X5MT x<S.18, xG.55. xT.17, X 7.40, x8.37, x9 87 10 I'x <».45, r m xl«.l* xl 80 A. M Sundays ard hegal Holidays *6 00. 7.15. x8.10 9.(0. xlO.l), xll.n, a m. xlsi.10 xl.lP,x? .’O x3 *0, x 4 10 x5 10. xP.10 x7.10,x«Ji^a.9.1) xio 12 10.46. p ’n. xl2 10a.m. •Legal holidavs only* rTrain Connection ] VANPMFIH, P H CAR8IDY. Receive-. Qen'l Traflte A rent FOLEYSBONEY' Cures Colds; Pr vents Pr.ctin<«aU