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J. K. JENSEN, A R CHITtC T. Office Strieker Building, 138 Smith St., Perth Amb;iy, N. J. New Jersey Roofing Co Contractor# for Slate, Felt, Cement, Slag ami Gravel Roofing,. Also Water Proofing k.'xcH*ioMttul A&pluit Hooting Taint. KoojfcrtiRtijgmifou and Tainted. R. C. WRIGHT & COMPANY Sin i t h St roc t: Tel (.‘phono 87. c. O. OIIKISTKXSEN & CO.. Masons and Contractors. CKMBNT SIDEWALKS AMD ALL KINDS OF CEMENT WORK A SPECIALTY. Office Cor. State and Paterson Sts. Tel. Perth Amboy, N. J. GRAHAM * McKEON, General Contractors. EXCAVATING. GRADING, ETC. Rand. Gravel, Broken Stone, Carting, Etc .244 Smith St. 225 New Brunswick Ava Tel, phone 158-J and IS3-W. THE FARRINGTON Co., (Successors to Farrington A Runyon Co.} Lumber, Lime, Lath, MJlIwork, Hardware. All Kinds ot Building Material. Office, 128 Fayette SL. Perth Amboy, N. J Jens Sorensen CARPENTER AND BUILDER. Residence and shop, 15 Mattano place, upper end Washington street L. D. Telephone 378-L. CAluTuK ESSL EU, Carpenter and Bnllder. Inhlilniy Promnf Iw A ttundoil In » Park Avo.. near New Brunswick Are M ARiFiTt 57 PE DER8EN, Mason Contractor, Laurie St., Cor. Woodbrldge Road A. M. SMITH Hanitary Plurnbiug, Gas, Steam Fitting an Tinning Shop: 65 New Bhioivi^k Avenu* Ilttuidence: as Hall Ave Tel Ooiia.w.*tu>n >64-* IlLtlLciVoiSK, Carpenter and Builder. Telephone 178-R. 4t* State St. Perth Amboy, N. J. hTpTnelsem Carpenter and Builder ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Residence and Shop, 334 Washington St. Perth Amboy, N. J. Tel. 142-J. A. K. JKNSENi (Successor to J. K. Jensen.) Mason and Contractor. •*1 Washington Street. MORRIS SLOBODIEnT Horseshoer and General -Illnoksmlthlug. Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Bit New Drnnswlck Avo. lest End Fnarmacy 1. Killinberger, Prop. Prescriptions Carefully Filled ai Moderate Prices Anderson’s Local Express General Trucking and Baggage Trantfe’ i Prompt Service Guaranteed Outers received at Sexton's and Wasl ington's. Hose House. Tol. 54-v* PIANOS At PEDER OLSEN’S 27 Smith 8t., Perth Amboy. Old Stand Business Direotorv. ARCHITECT James Growncy, 66 Jefferson Street. ::n years experience as a builder. Telephone 56-W. “CAKI'ET CLEANING •I. G. Conover, 189 High Street, i Carpet Cleaning and Upholstering. Car pels made and laid. Wo aim to give sat (•'faction UPHOLSTERING j A. I\ Hanson, 24 8 High Street. ! < htireh and Boat Cushions a specialty, j t'lialr Caning, etc. All work done promptly.! < >ld and Now looking Glasses re-silvered. : CARTING AN I* MOVING | John J. C. Smith, 262 Prospect St Express work of all kinds done prompt- t ly and carefully. _ Give us a trial. I TRI CK AND'WAGON RITLDKR | Paul Ratovic, 627-9 State Street. Rubber Tires a Specialty. Horseshoeing and General Jobbing, soidv to mease our natrons. ENGINE BUILDERS & MACHINISTS Nelianiz it Eckert, Front Street. Iron and lire-- Foiindry. Bouor Makers and Machinists. Estimates Given. '“cigar MANl FACTURER V ictor Rcnisli, 50 Washington St. Our 5c Cigar Is the best, so smokers ray. Give them a trial and be con Baritan Cement Stone Manufacturing & Contracting Co, 15 JOHNSTONE STREET. GRANII/tTE, the pergect stone. Cement nnd concrete work of alt de scriptions.' Sidewalks laid; curbings, pests and stones for cemetery lots. Building b!ocks,of all design*, also ornamental work. Architects' plans car ried out in detail. Submit your plans; we will rearrange plans made for wood or brick to suit the plucks and give prices. Sole Agents) for ALPHA CEMENT Office Room, 2 Flati/ju Bldg. Op;-n evenings treja 7..'10 to 0.30. • i - .'. ‘I, ., . HENDERSON BROS., Masons and General Contractors. KILNS AND BOII.BR SETTING. Office, it New Brunswick j Ato. TeL 2H-J Estimates Furnished. Perth Amboy, N. J sTt. jensfn 220 Oak street ..General Contractor.. Excavating for Sewers anti Cellars and Carting. Otergaard & Nelson Masons and General Contractors Office-270 MARKET ST. Residences—870 Merket St., and 14 Ilnrolay St W. J. DONNEIJU Wholesale and Retail Dealer in LUMBER, LATH. CEMENT. DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE; HAIR AND NAILS. Office and Yard, Jefferson St. A C. R. R of N. J., Perth Amboy, N. J. J. P. koyenI Carpenter and BnUdcr. Estimates Furnished. Jobbing Attended 222 State St., Perth Amboy. Shop, 17 King St _Tel. 211-J. B. EISENSTAT Painter and Decorator, ‘Paper Hanging, Kal80mining 405 State st. Perth Amboy, N, J. Painting, Paperiianging, Kaisomining Done Promptly and Good. Hardwood Fin ishing a Specialty. Estimates Furnished H. A. DINESEN, Shop and Residence, 36 North 1st St PERTH AMBOY, N. J. e^oTcarlson, PalntAH anil Pa now Hanirtia Residence & Shop, 100 W'dbridgeRd Wester & Krogli, MASONS AND COMTKAC » OIW . Estimates Furnished. Tel. 884J. | 227 Smith St. Perth Amboy, N. 1. | The Fred Christensen Construction Co. Carpenters and Builders. I Office and Shop 224-226 Madiaou ave., Perth Am boy. Estimates Cheerfully FurniBhtd. Jobbiug | Promptly;At tended To. L. D. Phone-844. , cTw. WINBEItdl Painter and Paper Hanger. Wall Paper for Sola. 74 Fayette at. Betab: tailed In life HENRY NELSON, Carpenter and Builder. 102 Oak St. • jensTm" sorensen] Painter, Decorator & Pnperhanger. 16 Mattano Place. Upper End Washington St.. Perth Amboy, N. J. T. DIAMOND", Contractor and Builder. Jobbing Promptly Attended te. STORE FIXTURES. ISA-1 22 Brond S*t Perth A The Largest and Most Complete Resort in the County. FOUR BOWLING ALLEYS Eight Billiard and Pool Tables Hobart St., Perth Amboy, N. J THEODORE BLOGDSOGD BOWLING ALLEY Billiard and Pool Parlor Cigars and Tobacco 4.9 Smith St. NEW AND SECOND HAND SHOES FOR SALE Repair ng ot all kinds done while you wait W HhlowMbenr. M New BrnnswIoU aw HOME BAKERY THE HOME MADE BAKERY makes old fashion crullers and home made laj’er cake'' .Joseph Ifehrer, 8-1 Market street. STORAGE WAREHOUSE. Garden Brothers, 114 High St. Carting, Trucking and Plano Moving Orders by Phone or Mall promptly attended to. MASSAGE^'aND** HAIR DRESSING PARLORS The Misses Peterson, 136 Smith St Massage, Hair Dressing and Manicur ing in all its excellence done at our Parlors. ___m__ MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS. D. J. Williams, Cor. Market and South Seconds Sts. Kstlroates cheerfully given on Monumental Work end Magging, etc. We endeavor to please our patrons. ARCHITECT. Joint H. Dayton, Architect. Tel. 107-M. Perth Amboy, N. J. SCULPTOR. N. N. Alllug, Cor. Gordon and First Sts. Drawing and Modelling Taught Evening Classes Instruction psld to Pupils IN THE FIELD OF SPORTS ! ____I J. DOLAN WON FIRST PRIZE, J. Zehrer Second and 1. Larsen Third in Monthly Bowling on Kirby’s Alleys. The monthly prizes were rolled lor last night on Kirby’s alleys. The first prize of $5 was won by .1. Dolan, who rolled 199. The second prize, $3, was won by J. Zehrer, who bowled 190. The third prize of $2 was won by L. Larsen, with a score of 184. Other scores were J. Rowe, 170; 11. Albright, 163; W. Cluney, 162; F. lleatty. 161; P. Beatty, 150; H. Neal, 143; F. Clausen1, 141. FOR DORY’S PRIZES TONIGHT. The ten high bowlers on Blood | good’s alleys during January will roll for prizes of $5, $3 and $2 tonight. They are E. Mallett, 238; R. Hibbitt, 237; A. Fox, 236; M. Dunn, 234; O. Evans, 233; A. Bunten, 223; F. 'Clausen, 220; B. Golden, 217; A. 01 se?, 216; J. Kelly, 214. •Jia AT BLOODGOOD’S. G.'V. Evans rolled 212 last night on Bloodgood’s alleys. AT SWITZER’S ALLEYS. Johnny Dwyer rolled 221 and 183 I last night on the Utopia alleys. I - I KEATOR AT NEW ORLEANS. i tttnla Event nt City 1’nrk Trnek Won by Favorite. NEW ORLEANS. Feb. U. — Kentor ; easily won tin* feature of tile curd in i (loot) mud. Gentian and Minot get the j jfiMCt1 nhtil the stretch was reached, when Kentor forged ahead and erosg j e.I the wire live lengths ahead of Gen tian, with Minot third. .Molo B. won the second race, but was disqualified for fouling. Ed Corrigan won the first race with 1 Ids colt Goldess. lie was away well i and escaped interference. He got i through in the stretch and won clov : erly. Riprap landed second money i from Buxton. Tlie last named was I one of the Lest played horses that has gone to the post lately, lie had been framed up for a killing and with an even break could not have lost. Thou sands were burned up on him. Sum maries; First Race.—Goldess, first; Riprap, second: Paxton, third. Second Race. — Little Wally, first; i Arubo. second: Gould, third. Third Race.—Belle of Kent, first; Sa | bade, second; Dona H.. third. Fourth Race.—Kentor. first; Gentian, second; Minot, third. Flftt: ltnoe.—Excitement, first: Prince Brutus, second; Basil, third. Sixtli Race. — Tinker, first; Goldie, second: Rebounder, third. Seventh Race. — Wooden w, first; I Klein wood, second; Marvel P.. third. Reprobate nl Oakland. SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. I!.—In the I race over the Fpturit.v course at Oak land. Wheatstone went to the front I and opened a trig gap, hut The IEopro | bate came on and won in handy style Irom Viuceuto. Brush Up. the t'avor ; lie, at » to 20. simply romped home in Hie. third race. Ilrl.aiilel Saved an I pari. LOS "ANGELES, Cal., Feb. H.—.lock A ■ r, T\ A •« ini oneml MIX III mot in fin. uA/>. mul luce nt Ascot by a brilliant finish with Confessor. His mount defeated .lohj&town. a long shot. In the flmil strides. Von Tromp set too fast a pace In tlitr fourth race and tired in tlie last sixteenth. <;»<<•■> Wins nt Knoxvlllc. KNOXVILLE, Tenu.. Feb. fi.—Frank notch". American champion enteh-ns catctWan wrestier. defeated .1 iixi Parr, ilih Englishman! here lust night In two straight falls. Next Saturday night Ootcli and Farmer Burns will meet here. '. Linker nn«l Mnrnlmll l)r«w. NEW YORK. Feb. 0.—The fifth game of the chess championship match 1k> tweeu Dr. Emanuel Lasker and Frank J. Marshall, played licit), was druwu after forty-tine,moves. Present score— Lasker. I!: Marshall, 0; drawn, 2. Kymi Knocked Out Hurry. HOT SPIMM.'S, Ark., !■'( l>. U.—Tom my By a u knocked out Dave Barry in the fifth round. Cut Out of a Sphere. In the production of common watch glasses the glass is blown into a sphere about. 40 Inches in diameter, sufficient material being taken to give i he desired thickness. Discs are then cut out from this sphere with the aid of a pair of compasses having a dia mond at the extremity of one leg. Danger In Giving Up Business. The man who wishes to live out his allotted span of life, with ten or III years to spare, should never retire from business. That is the opinion of Dr. Scofield, an eminent physician of London. He says there is a great danger in any sudden change of on vlronment after a certain age. Chronic Constipation Cured. One who suffers from chronic con stipation is in danger of many seri ous aliments. Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic, constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates the liv er and bowels, restoring the natural action of these organs. Commence taking it today and you will feel '.let ter at once! Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is very pleasant to take. Refuse sub stitutes. Sexton's Pharmacy. M-W-F RALPH BEAT CONGANHON. The second of tIk; series of cham pionship pool games was played last night at Kirby’s parlors and resulted In Italph defeating Concannon by a score of 125 to 107, the same score by which Duffy defeated Kalph in the first game Inst Monday. Ralph played a fine up-hill game last night. He was twenty points be hind when Concannon's score was 105, but gained and won out In the end by 18 points. , Tomorrow night Duffy and Cou j cannon will be the contestants in the l last scheduled game of the tourna j tnent. Should Concannon win, the three will be tied, as they were In the I state championship games at Trenton | recently, and deciding games may be j played, or they may divide the money | equally. The scores by frames last night were: Ralph—C, 12, 0, 12, 2, 10, 10, 0, 12, 0, 3, 10, 3. 13, 9, 15. Concannon—9, 3, 15, 3, 13, 5, 6, 15, 2, 15, 9, 5, 7, 2, 5, 0. TALK OF MATCH CAMEFORSIOO Following last night's match ai Kirby's there was talk of a match game of pool in the near future be lt ween Concannon and Ralph for a j side bet of $100. | Ralph said that he has backing in Uightstown for front $100 to $500 for a match of GOO points in three nights' play of 200 points each, with either Duffy or Concannon at any neutral parlors. He is wiling to put, up forfeit money with Janies Kirby if desired. Something definite may be conclud ed tomorrow night. Ralph is in town today. Foley’s Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate toughs and expels the cold from the system as it is mildly laxative. It is guaranteed. The genuine is in the yellow package. Sex ton 'sPharmacy.M-W-F G. OLSEN FIRST AT THE TAVERN Second Prize at Bohnsack’s Al leys Won By J. Olsen and Third by Clausen. Thu monthly prizes of $5, $2 and $2 were rolled for last night on Bohnsack's alleys by the January high men. The first prize was won by G. Olsen, who bowled 192. The second prize went to J. Olsen, who rolled 1ST. F. Clausen won third prize with a total of 182. Other scores were: L. Van Horn. 109; A. Olsen, 158; C. Olwine, 133; A. Mesh row, 131. WILL BOWL TONIGHT. The Sewarenitcs will practice to night on Kirby's alleys. AT BOHNSACK'S ALLKYS. F. Clausen rolled 23 5 and J. Olsen rolled 200 last night on Bohnsack’s alleys. INTERSTATE LEAGUE STANDING. Won Lost P.C. Amlcitlas .11 9 .550 Aquehongas .... 10 10 .500 Alpines . 9 11 .450 JUNIOR BOWLING LEAGUE. Won Lost P.C. Keystones .17 10 .630 Amlcitlas' 2d ... 14 13 .519 Aquehongas’ 2d .13 II .481 Alpines’ 2d .10 17 .370 TIME OF HIGH WATER. A. M. P. M. Feb. 5— 11:54 12:03 6— 12:56 1:04 7— 2:06 2:20 S— 3:19 3:48 9— 1:27 5:04 10— 5:28 6:07 1 1— 6:24 7:01 12— 7:10 7:51 This May Interest You. No one is immune from kidney trouble, so just, remember that Fo ley's Kidney Cure will stop the ir regularities and cure any case of kid ney and bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine. Sex ton’s Pharmacy. M-W-F I Semi-Annual Clean-Up of Mattings and Oil Cloth - - - REMNANTS - - - ji Here is the golden opportunity to buy floor cov ering of fine mattings at one-half the regular price. It will pay you to purchase now, even though you do not intend to use the goods for a few months. All the remnants and cut rolls in the store are in the matting sale and will be closed out as rem nants at remnant prices. Don’t fail to get in early and make you selection. IC'PLKXIHI) China and -la pa nese .Mattings in block and ij) carpet- patterns—blues, greens, reds and plain straw colors. Tiie pieces range l’rom 2 yards to 25 yards, and are priced according to quality and size of pieces— only I pieces -value up to (55c a yard. II 10. 15. 20. 25c* ,-„d i '-~-— It ■■■■IWI —mmmmmrn, ■ .■ .. ■ ■ I MQ PHPI1 Best Quality-^ l I | g|i|§|, Oil Cloth ^ s P'BlIiHfiD va Simpson’s most jmpulijr patterns. ■ Market st. jl B ^L—Jl H J^V, opposite Couitliouse Newark, X. J. . | I I K... «■ ..... ' i '■ ■» —TlfflMfff: • * -- TO PLAY POLO CAME AT SKATING RINKTONICHT; _ The new game of Rugby poio, | which is creating a furore in New! York, will be played In this city for, the first time tonight, when the Rail-1 tans and Lyceums will meet at the! Lyceum roller skating rink. Both teams are in good shape and linvej been practicing nightly. The game; will be played strictly according to! I rules and regulations, with a seven-1 inch ball. Elucidated. "What does this report mean by saying that 'the shorts were caught in n corner and squeezed?' " "Why. it means tha' they sold what they didn't have :o buyers whom they j had to get it beck from at a higher price !n order to deliver it to them."— dtidg-. Cause fer Rejoicing. Bystander (a' a tlr°t—Who is that grinning lunatic dancing a jig in front of tha' burning house? Policeman—He 'he man who owns the furniture, and It Is insured , for nearly fat? value. He expected •o have 10 move to-morrow.'—N. Y. Weekly. How the Trouble Started. i "He '; s" verv •det'er.en' lal whenever 1 speak ha' ’. peltevc I have made an impression Oh. lie’s on'.v one if these ohl-fash ior.t-d tr.en who were raised to show respect to their ciders.”—Houston Post Did Right Thing Bil! — Die! sit? accept you when you proposed ? Jill—Oh. yes "That was luck. What did you do then?” “Pressed my lurk.” — Yonkers Statesman. Received Assistance. "He said he was going to propose to you and that he thought perhaps if he got embarrassed you would help him out.” "He was helped out. all right, but It was papa who helped him.”—Houston Post. Special Announcement Regarding the National Pure Food and Drug I .aw. We are pleased to announce that Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and lung troubles is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug I.aw, as it contains uo opiates or other harmful drugs, and w>c rec ommend it as a safe remedy for chil dren and adults. 8extton’s Phar macy. M-W-F --— When In need of money call on New Brunswick Loan Company, RELIABLE MONEY LENDERS. ' Quick Loans on Fur- • nltore, Pianos, &c. Is Our Specialty—Without Removal. $10 AND UPWARD Our system Is simple, easily ex plained, easily understood. Payments to suit all applicant. Liberal discount or. accounts Bet tied before time expires. Information tree. All business strictly private. Money same day—nothing deduct ed Established 4 Years (Our Reference.) See us before borrowing elsewhere. 'Call, write or ’phone 11. - $ New Brunswick Loan Co. 419 6E0R6E ST.. New Brunswick. N. J. Hew Jersey Central. In Effect November 25, 1906. TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBOY. For New York, Newark, and Elizabeth at 6:33. 7:17. x7:45, 7:58 ,8:29, 9:11, 9:54. 11:14, am. 12:09, 1:10, 3:22, 4:44, 6:09, 6.81, 7:46, 8:03, *9:57, ••11:00 p.in. Sundays, 8:37 a. in., 5:29, 9:67 p.m. For Philadelphia and Trenton via Bound Brook. 7:17, x2:58, 9:11, 11:14 a.m., *12:09, 1:10; *3:23 p.m. Sundays, 8:37 am., 6:29, \ 7:12. 9:67 p.m. \ ^ For Long Branch. Ocean Grove, etc., 6:07, 9:20 a.m., 12:22, (1:19 Saturday only), 2:05, 5:01, 7:19 p.m, 13:4.8 night. iSundays ex- V rept Ocean Grove) 4:65, 9 53 a.m., 4:54, 9:23 v V p.m. For Freehold. 6:07, 8:53. 9:20 am.. 12:22, > 5:01, 6:55 p.m. Sundays. 9:53' a. in , 4:64, 9:23 pm. Additional trains for Rod Bank, 6:53 a.m., 6:01. 6:33. 6:55, 9:40 p in. Sunday*. 9:21 a.m. For South Amboy. 5:07, 6:63, 6:56, 7:11, 9:20 pin.; 12:22, 1:19, 2:06, 5:01, 6:03, 8:88, 6:66. 7:19, 9:40 p.m., 12:48 night. Sundays, 4.65, 9:21, 9:53 a.m., 4:54, 9:23 p.m. TRAINS FOR PERTH AMBOY. Leave New York, 4:00: 6:50. 6:16, 8.30, 4:38. 10:00, 11:30 a.m.. (12:40 Saturday only», 1 :20, 2:00, 3:40, 4:15. 5:15, f>:38, 8:16* 6:30. 8:45, 12.01 pin. Sunday*, 4:00, 8:30, 9:00 a m.. 4:00, 8:30 p.m. Leave Elisabeth. 4:05, 6:23. 8:42, 9:01, 9:56. 11:23 am, 1:10, 2:05. 3:6.1, 4:33, 6:62. 5:20, 6:62, 6:57, 8:48, 11:56 p.in. Sundays, 4:28, 9:20 a.m.. 4:02, 8:37 p.m. Leave Newark. 0:12, 8:15, 9:42, 11:30 a.m., 1:20, 3:35, 4:25, 5:38„ 6:13, 8:45. 11:50 p.m. Sundays, 7:25, 9:05 a.m.. 3:55, 8.40 p.m. Through tickets to nil points at lowest rat*** may bo had on application In advance of the ticket agent at the siatlon. xExcept Trenton. xNow York only. •Saturdays only. ••New York and Elizabeth only. W. O. BE8LER. Vice Tre*. A General Manager. W. C. HOPE, General Pasaenger Agent. I'b'ijrrEi i\funv unaaviGwimi SOHEDULB. Taking Effect Cot. IS, Mi KAILS ARRIVE DAILY. N. Y„ Western and Southern.. 7.0# a.m. Rahway—Woodbridge .7.80 a.m. Fords and Keasbey. 8.00 sum. South Jersey Way. 8.80 anj. New York and Northern Way.. 8.80 a.m. Rahway, direct .12.00 m. South Jerao’' Way. J.sti p.m, Woodbridge, tlrect . . 1,80 p.m. New York ;inu Northern Way.. 2.30 p.ra. New York and Northern Way., 8.80 p.m. South jersey Way .8.3# p.m. New York, Brooklyn. Pennsyl vania and North Jersey .... (. 80 p.m. Fords and Keasbey .. f.4i p.nu SUNDAY KAIL. All Points . 8.10 p.m. MAILS CLOSE DAILY. Rahway and Woodbridge .... 7.11 gjg. New York, direct. T.lo a.m. Now York & Northern Way. 8.00 sum. South Jersey Way . S.00 a.in. Fords and Keasbey . 8.80 a.m. / New York, Pennsylvania. New / Jersey and Eastern States.. 3.80 a-m. I New York & Northern Way.12.80 m. 1 Rahway and Woodbridge.12.00 m l South Jersey Way.3.00 p.m. New York and Northern Way.. 4.10 p-m. South Jersey Wuy . 4.10 p-m. flab way and Woodbridge .4.18 p.ta. Philadelphia, Camd*n, James burg, Cranbury, Hightatown 8.00 p.m. Fords and Keasbey . 7.00 pja. All Points .t.O# P4*. SUNDAYS. All Points ...8.00 P-m OFFICE HOURS. Open .7 a.m. Close.7.8ljP.m. Money Order Department opens 7.80 g. in.: closes 6 :30 p.m. Registry Department opens T :88 a.m.: Noses 7.00 p.m. Cartiers’ window open Evenings -8.Of p.m. to 7.00 p.m. Sundays—8.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m Stamp Window—Opens 7.00 a.m., oloaas 1.30 p.m. dally. Sundays—Opens 8.00 a.m.; doses 18.00 l.IU. Public Corridor open until 0.00 p.m. CHOROID H. TICE. -PofftTnWSf>» PUBLIC SERVICE TIME TABLE Effective Jan. 23, 1905. Cara leave Rahway Junction for Rab~ 5:10 a.m. until 11:40 p.m. Cars leave Rahway Junction for Wood bridge Creek every hour from 5:10 ft.m. until 11:10 p.m. connecting with New Brunswick cars 15 after the hour. 9:10 p. m. from Rahway Junction last car that makes connection* for New Brunswick. Cars leaving New Brunswick at 5:45 a.m. and every hour until 8 :45 p.m. con nect with car for Sewaren, Woodbridg© Rahway and Westfield. Cars leaving Perth Amboy ferry at 5:57 a.m. and every hour until 9 :57 p.in., then 10:42 p.m. and 11:42 p.m. connect for Se waren, Woodbrldgo. Rahway and Wait* field TWO BOATS DAILY rHE NEW YORK & NEW JERSEY STEAMBOAT COMPANY •perates NOW as heretofore TWO >oats every working day at AT 1100 A. M. and 2.30 P. M. New Pier 19 E. R., N.Y. A COVERED PIER. Vre you now getting this service by any other line? THE OLD LlNF Arthur Garben DRUGGIST description Work a Specialty Branch Office BveaiDg News. 31 Hall Avenue.