1 OF TROLLEY.
New Brunswick Line toTbe Con
tinued to Elizabeth in
RUN THROUGH GARS.
Special to the Evening News.
Trenton, Dec. 15:—A. N. Chandler
g, & Company, brokers of Philadelphia,
H who are financing the Camden and
Trenton and New Brunswick and
Trenton trolley roads, m a circular
jnst issued, annonnco their intention
of uniting both systems and extending
the New Brunswick line throogu
Middlesex county as fur north as
For this latter undertaking the pre
liminary 1 arrangements are already
under way. Acoording to the infor
mation contained in the circular, the
company has already obtained a ma
jority of the rights of way north of
the Raritan river and the work of
construction will be started in spring.
Tho work of connecting the two
roads 1ms already been started at
Trenton and within a few mouths the
oars ot the New Brunswick line will
be running to the heart of the city.
This connection will place almost all
points in Middlesex conuty within
direct communication with Camden
and Philadelphia by trolloy as the
oars on the Camdon road arc alrenly
It is understood that v liandi'-r
Company have entered into a u...:io
agreement with the Public Service
Corporation bv which the passengers
can be either transferred or the car*
of the New Brunswick road brought
into Jersey City over the lines of the
North Jersey Railroad company. The
road after leaving New Brunswick is
to pass through Metuchen and Rail
way within easy access to the trolley
lines running to Perth and South
Amboy, South River and Bound
Missionary Society of Presby
terian Church Held Meeting
Ono of the most delightful mission
ary mootings ever held in this city,
took placo last night in the chapel ot
■ the Presbyterian church. There win
n good attendance nud an excellent
program was rendered.
j The feature of the evening wns the
singing by the Carol Club and the
solo by Mrs. Robert Macnu. Tho clnl
sang two selections, one with and one
The subject of tho evening was the
Jews. Interesting papers were read
telling about these peoplo in different
lauds. An original poem, written by
Miss Bertha Mitchell, was read by
Miss Emma MacWilliaui.
After the program dainty refresh
is were served. The whole affair
very pleasing. Before adionrn
Mr. Wilbur LaRoe. who presided,
id for a rising vote to show their
eciation of the assistance of the
Delta Baseball Team to Meet.
ie Delta basebnll team members
ill requested to attend the special
:ing of the club which will be
at the Kirby caf^, Smith street,
av night at 8 (Fj/lock. The base
Hntm,for t^U*.'season of 11)04, will
irganized. Officers will also be
Plumbers Gas and Steam Fitters Meet.
Local 270 of Perth Amboy, United
Association, will hold a special meet
ing of Plumbers, Gas and Stenm
Fitters tonight at Adelnido Hall, at
7.30 p. m. All members requested t^
be present. By order of the secretary.'
Mrs. Williamson’s Funeral.
Thefuceral of Mrs. Charles Will
iamson, who died yesterday, will bo
hold from the house, 151 Madison
avenue, at 2 o'clock and from St.
Big Meeting in New Bruns
wick Local Delegation
Middlesex Lodge Royal Arcannm of
this city, numbering twenty-two
strong, took a special car to Metnchcn
last night. Prom there they went by
train to the county seat, where they
assisted Adclphic Council to initiate
twelve new members. One of these,
Mr. McCormick, was the IJOOtti mem
re Delegations were present from
Met ichen, Cranford, Bound Brook,
spots wood, Jersey City. Rahway and
Over 500 Arcanumites filled the Y.
M. C. A. Hall. After the twelve
were initiated thoy were eacli pre
sented with Roval Arcannm buttons.
Past Grand Orator, James Rogers,
made a speech of presentation. Past
Grand Rogent Horace .T. Bound re
cited. Past Supreme Regent J. H.
Apgirt, of Trenton, made the princi
pal address of the evening. He spoke
on Royal Arcannm matters. Grand
Regent Washburn, who presideo,
made a short address. After the
council ended, an entertainment was
provided by New York artists. Sing
ing, dancing and mnsic were the
features. The local delegation arrived
I ome at 1 o’clock.
Ordinance Passed Last Night
Making incumbents Hold Off
ice for Three Years.
Tlio Board of Aldermen passed two
ordinances extending the term of
office for two city officials last night.
The first ordinance passed was extend
ing the term of the Collector of Rev
enue to three years at an annual salnry
of ¥2,500. The second ordinance ex
tended tho time of the City Treasurer
for (lie same length at an annual
salary of ¥720.
Theso ordinances wero introduced
shortly nfter election. The present
incumbent, Conrad Hall and Garret
Brodhead, nro Democrats and there is
hardly any doubt but that they will
be reappointed for the longer term.
When the ordinances were passed
last night Alderman Runj-on voted in
the negative on both. As his was tlie
only vote against, however, it did not
prevent the passage.
SKATING IS GOOD
ON RARITAN LAKE.
Raritan lake haB 8C inches of good
ice. Around the house the ice is
rough, but there is a fine large skating
nroa. Lights will be put up this
afternoon and used tonight.
Sailed for Florida.
Jeppo Sondergaard, of State streot,
who was to have sailed for Titusville,
Florida, two weeks ago, was delayed
because of the pressure of business
until this morning, when at 10 o’clock
he sailed on the Memphis, of the
Savannah Line. He will remain
South for a month, as the guest of
Peter Nelson, of this city, who Iiub a
residence at Titusville, Fla.
Miss Katherine Amlorson has re
turned to her home, 87 Lafayette
street, Jersey Citv. after a visit with
South First street friends.
Charles Hilker spent yesterday in
Mrs. Axel Peterson has returned to
Jersey City after tew days visit with
relatives on Fnvette street.
Soren Sorenson, formorly of Perth
Amboy, now of Brooklyn, iH in town
\ Theodore Bloodgcod is having his
place of business, on Smith street,
Eugene Flaherty, of State street,
il'ias a position with the Raritan Cop
Arthur Yates, of Hobart streot, has
left the employ of the Adams Express
Company to acoept a position at the
American Smelting & Refining Com
pany’s plant. Harry Adams, of South
Amboy, succeeds Mr. Yates in the
employ of the Adams Express com
The Evening News makes a special
ty of real estate.
t stamps 1
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1. WITH ALL PURCHASES jL\
£ Standard Designers for Jen i
uary, 1904, are here.
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% SICKLES BROS, f
£ 92 SMITH ST. ^
Ignatz Koehinski was arrested last
night by Patrolman Meshrow. Kooh
mski lives on Penn street. Ho be
came intoxicated and grew so boistru
ous that lie was ejected from a saloon.
The man’s nine year old sou appeared
in court nnd pleaded for him nnd upon
his plea his father was discharged.
Masquerade Ball Tonight.
All is now ready for the fivst grand
annual masquerade hall of the Central
Pleasure club whioh will be held in
Dewey Park Hall, State street, to
night. The club iins made prepara
tions for the reception of all of tlioir
friends and a great crowd is expected.
Received New Safe.
.T. J. Flynn lias just received n
liaudsouio new Cary safe, burglar and
liro proof. It weights 1,850 pounds.
Flynn says he will nso it to keep
papers in as his cash do n i ovtrf. r.v
In selecting ( hnstmas |
Gifts why not buy !
those that arc durable— B
that will stand “the
“test of time.” This is
true of all goods found
in out stock. We han
dle no trash. You ob
tain full value for ev
ery cent spent in our
I Napkin rungs
and t housands of other
articles which space
will not permit us to
1^2 3 Smith St.,
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A PRETTY FROCK FOR A CHILD
OF 13 YEARS.
This is a very pretty way to make
au afternoon frock for a lit tlo girl.,
It is macio of black and white shep
herd’s plaid, with a box-plrutep skirt
and short jacket uttuct. Tho jacket is
worn over a soft, fnl! mail blouse,
which iB made separate to allow laun
The large collar nml turu-bacKeufia
arc of scarlet taffota, with two rows
of black silk braid around them. Tin
laces, which nro in front of the jacket
and on tlio outside of tno sleeves, are
also of red silk.g the buttons nre ol
brass. This makes a very dressy
iroek for a child and is suitable from
10 to 14 years of age.
K. DF P. DELEGATES
WILL VISIT RAHWAY.
A large delegation of Knights of
Pythias will go to Rahway tonight to
attend tho fiist district meeting to be
held with Reliance Lodgo of that
place. Good speaking and other en
tertainment lias been provided. All
anticipate a good time.
Wagon Broke Down.
A delivery wagon, loaded with beer
kogs, broke down at tho corner of
Smith and Srata streets at 0.30 o’clock
this morning. The driver secured
another wagon, transferred his load
and then proceeded on his way. A
short time afterward a wheelwright
repaired the wagon.
Laid off for a Few Days.
Some of tho employes of tho O.
Pardee Tile Works liavo been laid off.
The lay off will last, it is said, only
until after the holidays,, so that the
company can get tilings in first class
order for tho new year, when they
hope to be able to start full force.
Ball January 21.
The Original Hebrew Ladies Benev
olent Society will hold a masquerade
hall in Grand Central Palace on
Thursday, January 21.
RATE OF INTEREST
IS AT 5 PER CENT.
Tho Board of Aldormon, last niclil,
passed an ordinance to fix the rate at
which interest shall run on assess
ments for improvements made undo
the provisions of an net entitled ‘‘An
Act to authorize and empower the
Common Council, Board of Aldermen
or other governing body in cities cl
seooud class to set aside certain
moneys to bo called the 'Special Street
Improvement Fund,’ and to provide
for tho expenditure thereof.” Ap
proved March 20, 1890, and the supple
ment approved, March 20tli, 1899.
The ordinance provides that (be
rate shall be 5 per cent, per annum.
TO SPRINKLE STREETS.
E. J. Dorsev bad liis contract with
the city for sprinkling tho streets re
newed for a term of fivo years last
night. He is to pay tho city $25 an
nually for tho water used. He is also
to sprinkle in front of nil public
buildings free of charge. It was ex
plained that Mr. Dorsey contemplated
bnyiug morn carts, but did not fell
warranted in spending tho money with
only a one year lease.
List anything: A cent-a-word ad.
in the Evening News will find it for
Evening News CiassifiedjM&^B
;j W A 3ST T s|
-ONE CENT A WORD-■
SITAUATiONS WANTED-FREE 9gl
No Ads. Less Than 10c. Extra Charge if Displayed. Is9
WANTED—SEVERAL persons of
character and good reDtitntion in
each state (one in this connty reqnir
ed) to represent and advertise old
established weatlhy business house
of solid financial standing. Salary
$21 weekly with expenses additional,
•ill payable in cash direct caoh Wed
nesday from head offices. Horse and
carriage furnished when necessary.
References. Eneloso self-addressed
envelope. Colonial, Caxton Build
ing, Chicngo. 3302-8-18-tf
DOOMS Foil DENT
FURNISHED ROOM WITH hath for
ouo or two gentlemen. 180 Smith
FURNISHED ROOM WITH hath, for
one or two gentlemen. 180 Smith
TO LET—FURNISHED rooms, all
improvements, with hoard. Good
German cooking. 45 Gordon st.
TO LET—FURNISHED rooms, fill
improvements with board. Good
German cooking. 45 Gordon st.
GRACE LUTHERAN church will
hold a Christmas sale of dolls nnd
fanoy articles on Wcdnesdav and
Thursday, Dec. 10 and IT in KroeaerV
store, Smith street near Oak. Cofioe
iml cake will be served.
SPECIAL TODAY nnd 'Tuesday,
ooooanut kisses, Oo a box. Russell’s.
81 Smith st. 4301-12-14-2t
HANS JAOITTiMSEN WISHES tr.
announce to tlio public that bn will
open bis now store, corner Gordon
\ud Madison avenue, whero be will
keep teas, coffees, milk, bread, cake,
pies, etc. Also agent for Robinson’s
cabinet baths. 4300-12-11-81
OJ.Vi.DUkJ i VU HUH J. UlJljUUU
at News office.
POIt RENT—A BARN end stable,
suitable for one horse. .Enquire ai
HAND PAINTED CHINA shirtwaist
sets are the popular thing. Orders
taken for studs, cuff buttons and belt
buckles, also hat pins, at 114 Rector
street. " 7-17-tf
LOST-DECEMBER 1, dog, small
skye terrier named Dewey. Reward
if returned to Mrs. O. Klink, 11 Hall
SITUATION WANTED BY middle
aged man (Dane) with good recom
mendation as clerk in a grocery store
or assist in any line of business. Ad
dress \v. Beck, S(! Shipman st.. New
ark, N. J. 4373-12-15-tf
Green—I did Brown a great favor once,
but he doesn’t seem to appreciate it.
White—What did you do?
Green—I eloped with the woman he
was engaged to.—Chicago Daily News.
“What has he ever done that amount
ed to anythin?;?”
“Well, bo's great on figuring out re
Kills llie Flail.
The sediment from strawboarrl mills
kills fish by gluing up their gills.
Cold cash has burned many a man’s
fingers.—Chleago Dally News.
FOR SALE—COAL yard and icehoul
property, subject to short least
Bills received for sixty dove, Enquiti
P. E. Gordon, Miller st.
FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horn
power steam engine and boiler.
Seoond hand. Excellent condition.
Manufacturer, care of Evening News.
BOILER AND ENGINE for sale at a
bargain. Stnrtevant 10 horse power
steam eugino and boiler in A 1 condi
tion, oost $490, will sell for $260. In
useil years. Address O. D., News
FOR SALE—FOUR lots on Markot
st., near Goodwin. Address “Real
Estato,” Evening News.
FOR SALE—AT a bargain, house and
lot on Hall ave. Address “Bar
gain," Evening News office.
A RARE BARMIN
Choice lot on Smith will he sold
for $875 two hundred dollars down,
balance on small monthly install
ments if desired.
I'lie liitsliop Company
122 H.miih Street,
Reality and Construction
Business properties ami residence in all
l>aits of 1 he city for Ktrie for cash or on
Pest Office Building.
"Tatra Tlr.cit Tlmo fa II.> FKgbi.”
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to PHILO HAYCO.,22»l.arr.ycttf »i„ '.Vv.-nrk, N.J.
LAUGH WKiSNT DOTTLES AT DllUGGlaTS’.
N? R S. A. RUl LMAN N,'
E-ti o Outfits for
■rfrk Plays,Entertainments and Parties
5 H. A full line cf v.'i, s, Tights, Shoes e'e.
■^“'lor M«ie < r i out.
lAU'i'lK T. N. II. AYE.
Perth Amboy X,
Shoe Finding: Store Destroyed.
KorilFSTKU. X. Y.. Dec. 15.-Fire
and water damaged property to the ex
tent of $(55,000 in a tire of unknown ori
gin which started in the shoe finding
store of F. A. Sherwood, on AIill street.
Mr. Sherwood’s loss is estimated at
$50.(500 on stock alone, the damage to
F.io building smonnting to $10/>00.
Harding Home of the First National Hunk
of Perth Amboy, N. J., Dec. 7, 19?3.
To the Stockholders:
* otic** is hereb v given th*t pursuunt. to the
0/ Laws of 1i)i* Panic, the Annual Meet! g of the
Stockholder* of the b’irst Nath mil Honk of 1’m i h
* mboy N. J., will beheld at the oillce of the
•’itnk. tin ttmPh Street. Perth Amboy between
the hours of 12 o’clock noon and 1 o’cock p. m .
t uesdny, -lanuarj* 12. 19 1. for the i urpose of
electing Director* for the eusulug year and for
the transaction of such other business as legally ,
may cam be ore the meeting. The tnusfe* '
boi-ks'will be closed nt noon, Jnnu^r. 2,19)4, at.d 1
will reopen at .noon ..Jan tury 15, 1904. Hy or or
of the Hoard of Directors.
1IAKHY CON A HD.
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SORE LUNGS 1
When your lungs are sore and inflamed from coughing, |U
Is the time when the germs of PNEUMONIA, PLEURISY 18
and CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply.
HONEY AND TAR I
stops the cough, heals and strengthens the lungs. It con
tains no harsh expectorants that strain and irritate the
lungs, or opiates that cause constipation, a condition that
retards recovery from a cold. FOLEY’S HONEY AND ■
TAR is a safe and never failing remedy for all throat and
The Doctors Said He Had Consumption —A Marvelous Cure.
L. M. Ruggles, Reasoner, Iowa, writes: “The doctors said I had con
sumption and I got no better until I used FOLEY’S HONEY AND TAR.
It helped me right from the start and stopped the spitting of blood and the
pain in my lungs and today I am sound and well.
THREE SIZES 25c, 50c, and $1.00
Sexton’s Pharmacy, loJl2 Smith Street
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