74 and 75 Market St, Newark 1
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Three Rooms Furnished Compete for $75.00
No Deposit R.eq uired
This $34.00 Outfit for $22.50
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IN THE FIELD OF SPORTS !
Benefit Ass’n.. Washington'
— Cnoral Society Second Con-1
cert, Simpson M. E. church 1
— Supper. Presbyterian chap-’
el. Ladies’ Aid Society.
Mar. —Lecture, "The Constitu-1
tion,’’ Judge Adrian Lyon; I
auspices Teachers’ Associa
tion, High School.
Mar. 18—Ball, Ira B. Tice Lodge, B. !
R. T.. Washington Hall. I
Mar. 18—Entertainment. Prido of
Amboy Ladies' Legion, N.
P L., at Odd Fellows’ hall.)
Mar. 20, 21—Fair, St. Paul’s Ladies'
Aid Society, Washington
Apr. 1—Dance, Eagle A. C., Wilder!
Apr. 4—Concert by pupils of A. St.
I Aug. 22—Annual excursion to Ocean!
Grove and Asbury Park,
Simpson M. E. Sundny
Oct. 17—Parade of local and visiting
firemen; concert in even
Nov. 20, 21. 22—Fair. Ladles of
First Presbyterian church.
Piles of people have Piles. Why
suffer from piles when you can use
DeWitt’s Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salve and get relief. Nothing else
so good. Beware of imitations. See
that the name is stamped on each
box. Sold by C. A. Sexton.
Read the EVENING NEWS’ col
umn of City Briefs every day. It is
AMARITES WIN i
from; w; A. A.
Local Bowlers Take Three Suc
cessive Games fromWoodbridge
Team on Bloodgood’s Alleys.
The Amarites defeated the Wood-’
bridge A. A. bowlers in three straight '
games last night on Bloodgood’s al
leys. The games were won by S9,1
245 and 106 pins respectively. The I
Evans . 1 27 203 126 i
Bunten .179 145 199
Golden .ISO 202 197'
Ntbbett . 178 175 136
Waring .191 213 1S5;
SCI 933 S43
WOODBRIDOE A. A.
H. Demarest. 156 102 14S
T. Demarest .166 139 140
Edgar . 134 146 1S9
0. Demarest.153 146 143
Williamson. 163 160 120
772 693 737
10 MILE WALKING RAGE
I .fames Frazer, a New Englander, and
Edward Weier. a .Forsovman. to
FORMER P. A MANAGER
FOR ROEBLINC TEAM.
1,00 Hughes C hosen by Fast Trenton
Aggregation to Manage It tie*
TRENTON,, h>b. 14:—'me -Roeo
ling Athletlo AHSoeiatlon met ut tht
American House Tuesdi evening and
talked over plans for the coming sea
ion. The association is to bo repre
sented In the City League during tin
•oming season and mu.-h of the dis
tussion related to league allalis. Tht
matter of greatest interest diapoett
af was the man to succeed Dick Smith
tuanager of the club.
Leo Hughes was tbe person docid
?a upon, and he will have t'ti : cltatg'
■f the nine in all league afT .Its. Mr
Hughes Is well known in has;ball at
fairs. He has been identified will
the Koebling association aim its or
ganization. Last season he managed
the Perth Amboy Sunday team which
was composed largely of Roebllnr
Just who Mr. Hughes will have up
an his team Is not announce 1. It i
known that he has communicated
with several well known players
tome of whom were mefbor.s of tit.
V' f1 A nnnnti nl mlnni tiit I on n
BEGIN APRIL 7.
At Meeting Last Night Active
Preparations Were Begun
For Baseball Season.
! The National baseball club, of this
j city, held a meeting at Bohnsack’s
cafe last night and the team was re
1 organized. Twenty men are at pres
ent upon the list, but only about flf
j teen from these will be chosen.
The Nationals plan a very activt
season, playing Saturday games
abroad and Sunday games at home,on
i the grounds opposite the Rahway re
formatory, where they won several
signal victories toward the dose of
last season. The team will bo
■ strengthened in every departmen and
Manager A. II. Bram will soon have
j the pick of this vicinity under con
j tract. Aleo Olsen will captain the
| team and will do a large portion of
; the pitching. The management also
j has in view a Pennsylvanian who
] might be in big league company but,
j for private reasons, will play only
j weekly games. Another twirler is
also in view. The Nationals will have
new uniforms, the grand Stand will
I be enlarged and arrangements made
fnr initrnnipnfnrllitips tr
One Elegant 2 part Mattress,
One Pair Choice Feather Pillows, Value
Total Value. .
Our Special Price for Outfit Complete..
We Deliver any of the above Articles into your Home Free
of all Expenses to you and Subject to your approval,
A postal will bring one of our aaic»uien to your hone to take
your orders. WE ALLOW CARFARJ WHKN PURCHASES
ARE MADE AT OUR STORE.
Builders' and Contractors’ Directory.
J. K. JENSEN,
Office Strieker Buitding,
138 Smith St., Perth Ambny, N. J.
New Jersey Roofing Go
Coniractirs for Mate, Felt, Cement, Mao
ami Gravel Roofing, AI90 Water Proofing
KxeeUdo* nail Asph dt llooliu/ Paint,
liools Uepairoa and Painted.
Also'C? A.REV ljuoliagr
R. c. WRIGHT A COMPANY
MJi Smith Slrect. Telephone sr.
c. C.”CHRISTENSEN A CO..
Mason* and Contractor*.
CEMENT SIDEWALKS AMD ALL
KINDS Oh' CEMENT WORK A
Office Cor. State and Paterson Sts.
Tel. • Perth Amboy, N. J.
G1UUAM A McKEON.
^ EXCAVATING, GRADING, ETC.
Sand, Gravel, Broken Stone, Carting. Etc
244 Smith St 225 Now Brunewlok Are
Telephone 136-J and 163-W.
THE FARRINGTON Co.,
(Successors to Farrington ft Runyon Co.)
Lumber, Lime, Lath, Millwork,
All Kinds of Building Material.
Office, 128 Fayette St, Perth Amboy, N. J.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
Residence and shop. 15 Mattanc
place, upper end Washington street
L. D. Telephone .8 7 8-L.
Masons and General Contractors.
KILNS AND BOILER SETTING.
Offlco, St New Brunswick Ave. Tel. 2M-J
Estimates Furnished. Perth Amboy, N. J
220 Oak Street
..Go Lieral Contractor..
Excavating for Sewers and Cellar!
Overgaard & Nelson
Masons and General Contractors
Office-270 MARKET ST.
Residences—270 Market 8fc., and 14 Barclay 8t
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
LUMBER, LATH, CEMENT, DOORS
SASHES, BLINDS, MOULDINGS
BUILDERS’ HARDWARE HATH
Office and Yard, Jefferson St. A C. R. R
of N. J„ Perth Amboy, N. J.
Carpenter and Builder.
Estimates Furnished. Jobbing Attendee
222 State St., Perth Amboy.
Shop, 17 King St Tel. 214-J
Painter and Decorator, Paper
405 State st. Perth Amboy, N.i
_ n t ir _ a_i
Carpenter and Builder.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
8 Park Ave., near New Brunswick Ave
Laurie St., Cor. Woodbrldge Road
Sanitary Plumbing, Gas, Steam Fitting ao 1
Tiunisg Shop: 65 New Brunswick Avenu°
Residence: 28 Hall Ave Tel. Oong.w.'uon 6*-w
IV A R. CROUSE,
trpenter and Builder.
49K State St. Perth Amboy, N. J.
Carpenter and Builder
Residence and Shop,
324 Washington St.
Perth Amboy, N. J. Tel. 142-J.
A. K. JENSEN,
(Saooeasor to J. K. Jensen.)
i Mason and Contractor.
**1 Washington Street
' Painting and Paperhanging
Done Promptly and Good,
J JENSEN, 43 Smith St.
, x Perth Amboy, N. J.
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Vest Eni Fbarmac)
J. Killinberger, Prop.
Preesriptions Carefully Filled at
Anderson’s Local Express
Oeneral Truoklng gad Baggage Transfer
Prompt Service GuaranjtcH
Ciders received at Sexton^s/ani Wa
ington’s Hose House. #el. 54-w
• V" *
I Done Promptly and Good. Hardwood Fin
ishing a Specialty. Estimates Furnished
H. A. DINESEN,
Shop and Residence, 35 North 1st. St
PERTH AMBOY, N. J.
Painter and Paper Hanger.
Residence & Shop, 100 W’dbrldgeRd
Wester Krogli, .
<VMA8i»N* ANI) i:(lNTl<AC'OU8%
Estimates Furnished Tel. 884J.
227 Smith St. Perth Amboy, N. J.
The fred Christensen Construction Co.
Carpenters and Builders.
Office and Shop 2534 220 Madison are., Perth Am
boy. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. Jobbing
■4>romptly.Attended To. L. D. Phone-844.
Painter and Paper Hanger.
Wall Paper for Sale.
74 Fayette at Eetafe’lebed In 1**»
Carpenter and Builder.
>02 Oak St.
JENS M. SORENSEN^
Painter, Decorator & Paperhanger.
15 Mattano Place.
Upper End Washington St.,
Perth Amboy, N. J
Contractor and Builder.
Jobbing Promptly Attended te.
1*0-1 *2 Wmart «t Parth Arr.hn.
The Largest and Most Complete
Resort In the County.
FOUR BOWLING ALLEYS
Eight Billiard and Pool Tables
Hobart St., Perth Amboy, N. i.
Billiard and Pool Parlor
Cigara and Tobacco
*9 Smith St.
Compete Monday Night.
C. B. Everdell, of the Lyceum Rol
lar Skating rink, has arranged a ten
mile walking race between James
! Frazer, of New England, and Edward ;
j Weier, of Trenton, for the champion
ship of New Jersey and a purse stated
| to be $500. The race will be held at 1
I the rink next Monday night.
Frazer is the champion heel and
' toe walker of the New England states
and Weier is said to be one of the
fastest walkers in the country. Mr.
Everdell says that both men are I
evenly matched and also says that
Weier has also announced that ne j
will walk any four men in this city1
ten miles, allowing them to walk In
relays. The rules of the contest pro-'
hibit any running and each contest
ant must touch his heel and toe on
the floor at every step. A special
track will be marked out on the floor
and no skating will be allowed until I
the race is over. Skates are not used |
in the contest.
Tonight there wall be a novel valen- j
tine carnival at the rink and Manager :
Chrlstopherson has promised a sur-j
prise for all those who attend. To
night’s carnival will be held In con-!
junction with the special ladies’ night:
which is the feature every Thursday. I
SKAVAREN HOWLERS ROLL.
I A number of Sewaren bowlers prac- !
| liced last night on Kirby’s alleys, the
'following scores were rolled: L. Lar
sen. 159, 223. 171, 211, 163, 157,1
167, 112: J. Zehrer, 156, 166, 172,!
195, 180, 144, 245 163, 190; J. '
Dolan, 146, 144, 143, 153, 143, 154,1
1S2; H. Simonson, 80, 160, 169, 136,!
183. 163: C. Simonson, 160, 100,
131, 112, 92, 109.
MATCH GAME MARCH 1.
A match is being arranged between
the Woodbridge A. A. and the Se
warenites for March 1. The alleys'
have not yet been decided upon, but I
the match will most likely bo rolled
on Kirby’s alleys.
UTOPIA HIGH ROLLERS.
High scores on the lit op h alleys
| last night were: J. Conover, 224; J
1 Kelly, 199; E. J. Olsen, 178.
HLOOIKW KID'S REST.
High scores on Bloodgood's alleys |
i last night were J. E. Waring, 236,'
I 213; G. V. Evans, 203: A. Ilunten, i
I _ I
nn\’H< n.iuti vr it s i c
The boys’ class of Ihe Danish So-1
clable Club will practice and drill to
night in their club rooms on New J
HIGH MEN AT EMIL’S.
High scores on Bohnsack’s alleys
last night were: J. Johnson, 209; E.
Koyen, 207; Kortenhaus, 206; R.
TO MEET TOMORROW NIGHT.
The Alpines’ first team will bowl
against the Tavernites tomorrow
night on Kirby’s alleys.
OWLS AND DUCKS TO BOWL.
A two-man bowling match between ;
the Owls and the Ducks will be rolled
next Wednesday night, on Bohnsack’s
TO ROLL AT WOODBRIDGE.
The Wodbridge A. A. and the Ox-1
; fords, of Newark, will meet in a bowl
i ing match tonight at Woodbridge.
j INTERSTATE LEAGUE STANDING.
Won Lost P. C.:
Amicitias .12 10 .515
Aquehongas .... 12 10 .545:
Alpines . 9 13 .400,
JUNIOR BOWLING LEAGUE.
Won Lost P.C
1 Keystones' ......19 11 .633
i Amicitias’ 2d ...17 13 .507
j Aquehonghs' 2d .14 16 .467
Alpines’ 2d .10 20 .333
All headaches go
When you grow wiser
And learn to use
An "Early Riser.”
Dewitt's Little Early Risers, safe,
sure pills. Sold by C. A. Sexton.
j V i, ggjjyV:*» *** ■ • •1»
Likely to Ik* Adopted by the America!
CHICAGO, Feb. 14Electrica
scoreboards, operated from near th<
home pistes, probably will be adoptet
by the American League clubs to in
rticate -to spectators every doeisioi
made during a game instead of thi
signal system by umpires' gestures
which has been under consideration
President Johnson, of the Ameri
nan League, made that prediction yes
terday. The device will lie brougji
to the attention of the club owners a
their schedule meeting in New Yorl
a week after next. If it meets the ap
proval of the majority of the clubs it
use probably will be made compul
sory in the league.
By its use decisions of balls am
strikes and on bases are shown in
RACING AT NEW ORLEANS.
I'lvlrn M. Bail an r.iiwy Time <■ rtttill
NEW ORLEANS, Eel). 14.—The open
big race at City, park track was fol
two-year-old maidens. A poor lit wai
entered for this event, and the clusi
was lessened! wlieu they sc ratchet
With this ciiTt out of the way Elvlrt
M„ owned by Boh Tucker, had an ens;
time getting home first. Gremse wai
second, several lengths ahead of (hi
ueva S. This filly wus milking her llrsi
appearance in a race. Summaries:
First Race.—Elvira M„ first: Gremse
second; Ueneva S., third.
Second Race.—Family Talk, first
Enfin, second; Skimmer, third.
Third Race.—Goldway, first; Heart ol
Hyacinth, second; Kara, third.
Fourth Race.—Duchess of Montbello
first; Royal Itlver, second; Adela It.
Fifth Race.—Quinn Brady, first
Goldie, second; Reticent, third.
Sixth Race.—Toboggan, first; Sii
’ l\ wl .1 .....1. I ..nc 4 I. ( I
Seventh Ituee.—Refined, first; Phi
nute, second: Western, third.
8t. ValontiiK*'** Golf Touruuiiieiit.
PINEHURST, N. C„ Feb. 14.—A field
[if lid players started In the third an
nnnl St. Valentine's golf toiminmeul
here. Close scores were the rule. Rev
A. L. Squlev and C. S. Cook, Isitli ot
Brae Burn: C. T. Crocker, Jr., of thr
Alpln club, Fitchburg, and Harold C
Richard of the Princeton university
golf team lend those who qualified.
Kilwin Gum In Fierce Drive.
SAX FRA X< I SCO. Feb. 14. Then
was a good attendance at Oakland, and
the Loglsfllla handicap was cleanly
raptured by Edwin Gum, winning III a
fierce drive from St. Elmwood. Three
horses were nose and nose at the wire
Dusty Miller getting show honors.
Thistledown, ot 30 to 1.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark, Fell. U.-Fn
vorltes won four events at Oakluwn
Form players lost heavily on the sixth
race, which was won by Thistledown,
it 20 to 1. and almost overlooked In the
linin' Llnhter at Anvilt.
LOS ANGEI.ES. Cal.. Fell. 14.—The
Elks special was the feature at Ascot.
Cigar Lighter, with Koerner up, had
no difficulty hi whining by a length.
JR. LEAGUE HERE TONIGHT.
The Interstate Junior Bowling
League teams will bowl in this city
tonight. The Amicltlas’ and Alpines'
second teams will bowl on Kirby’s
alleys and the Aquehongas’ second
cam and the Keystones will bowl on
TIME <>I HIGH WATER.
A. M. F. M.
Feb. 12— 7: Ifi 7:61
13 8:16 S: 39
14 8:63 !tJz5
S 15 9:38 lOilO
It; 10:24 10:60
17— H:ll -
IK 11:43 11:69
19— 12:33 12:66
Use a little KODOL after locals
ind It will he found to afford a
prompt a. J 1 1 relief. KODOl,
nearly a: ir ' lM'8 the digestive
luices. It ills ■’t8 What, you eat. It
a sold on a guaranteed relief plan
Sold here by G. A. Sexton.
; t he grounds.
The season will be opened April 1
with either Roosevelt or Elizabeth a.
opponents ot the locals. Indications
!j are bright for a warm series, with
! friendly rivalry, between Hi Roose
velt. and local teams.
SIXTH RAGE AT RINK.
Another Heat Decided in Lyceum Rol
ler Skating Series—Dclinur the
The sixth heat in the preliminary
races for the county championshi)
was run last night al the Lyceun
i roller skating rink. The race as us
i uai, was for two miles and openet
l with William Del mar and Scott Haile:
ns contestants. Both skaters lieli
] their own and were about tied unti'
the eighth lap when Bailey stumbled
r and dropped out. Percy Salter join
, ed in the loath lap and the two skat
• era finished wlih Delimit- slightly it
I j the lead. The time made by Delmai
II lust night for the two miles was ?
11 minutes, 21% seconds.
FRIDAY NIGHTS HOWLED.
| The Friday Night howlers held r
| weekly session last night on Hart
1: matin's alleys.
I CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS
I F-sb. 14—Chicken and oyster patr
supper. Ladies’ Auxiliary
of Simpson M. E. church,
i Feb. 16—Masquerade ball Dana Re
lief Society, in Washiugtoi
; Feb. 21—Masquerade ball, Braga
. Feb. 21—Washington Hose & Chem
leal Company’s annual ball
i Feb. 22—Concert, Lyric Mandolin
Club, Simpson M. E. church
auspices of Epworth League
Feb. 23—Masquerade ball, Arbelter
Feb. 28—-Now England Supper, Lad
ies' Aid Society, First Bap
Feb. 2 8—Ball, Jewish Federation,
Willie wailed and Winnie wheezed,
while wintry winds whined weirdly.
Willie wriggled while Winnie wheoz
j etl wretchedly. Wisdom whispers,
winter winds work wheezes. Where
fore we write, “ITse Kennedy's Laxa
tive Cough Syrup.” Nothing else so
j good. Sold by C. A. Sexton,
3 Bowling Alleys. Billiards & Pool
123 Smith Street.
K E. SWITZER, Prop.
fames Growncy, BG Jefferson Street.
30 years experience as a builder.
G. Conover, 189 High Street.
Carpet Cleaning and Upholstering. Car
Dots m.ide and laid. Wr* nlm iHva sat,
A. P. Hanson, 24 8 High Street.
Church and Boat Cushions a specialty.
• Chair Caning, etc. All work done promptly
1 Old and New Looking Glasses re-sflvered.
CARTING AND MOVING
John J. C. Smith, 252 Prospect St
Express work of all kinds doue prompt
ly and carefully.
Give us a trial.
TRUCK AND WAGON BUILDER
Paul*Batovic, 7527-9 State Street.
Rubber Tires a Specialty.
Hors*•shoeing and General Jobbing.
Wp Mturiv to nl«p>4« our mtmnii
ENGINE BUILDERS £ MACHINISTS
SciiMiitz A Eckert, Front Street
Cron and Bra*?* f oundry.
Boner Makers and Machinists
i Estimates Given.
Victor licnish, BO Washington St.
I Our Bo Cigar la tho best, so smokers
I say, Olve them a trial and be con
bright and newsy and keeps you in
This Remarkable Offer is Made to
Show the Class of Work we do and
advertise otir Newark store.
fill for glasses you former
IrliUlf |y paid o her dealers
rom $5.00 to $10.00 for, includ
SOLD SEAMLESS WIR1<; FRAMES
and no Charge for Examining the
TWO DAYS ONLY
Parlors tf the Parker House
FRIDAY, FEB. 15,
SATURDAY. FEB. 10
HOURS 0:00 A. M.,
UNTIL 5:00 I*. M.
Yoiikcyes will be examined by The
Damnrers Scientific Method, positively
the only absolutely correct way to fit
. . (NO DROPS USED.) Those who
have been examined for CLASSES by
men who claim to examine eyes by
the old, Incorrect way, which is done
by everyone who supplies glasses but
an, will be agreeabiy Surprised by our
wientific and wonderful methods of
Examining Eyes and fitting glasses.
We correct your .eye defects by
looking in the eyes, taking the exact
K'lentiflc measurements of the focus
md shape of the eyes.
NO QUESTIONS ASKED, no trying
glasses on your face, until we have
lelerminod your exact optical error.
The old, tedious and tiresome way
of trying to fit glasses is either put
ting drops in the eyes, which often
causes BLINDNESS, or by trying on
a lot of glasses and asking you “Can
you seo these letters?" or "Do these
glasses make you see better?”
After your Optician does a lot of
guessing, and lias your eyes all out
of shape, you think you have been ex
Think this over, and you can read
ily see that you have been doing your
own examining, and lhat is no doubt
I he reason you have had trouble to
get glasses correct.
THIS IS ABSOLUTELY THE
RICHEST CLASS WORK DONE IN
FITTINC CLASSES IN AMERICA—
DON’T SUFFER WITH HEADACHE.
We have produced astonishing re
sults from brain fag, nervous debility,!
insomnia, dizziness, nausea, WAT
ERY EYES, blurry vision, and other
troubles caused by some STRAIN.
We have corrected by the use of glass-I
es cross eyes and Astigmatism. See j
mu’ ui>i(in t ifir* mnlHivIo f oYnminimr I
j THE EDWARD E. DAMMERH CO.
i .Tori ISroail Street, Newark, N. J.
Gnidell Brothers, 114 High St.
Carting, Trucking and Piano Moving
Orders by Phone or Mail promptly
MASSAGE AND HAIIt™DRESSING
The Misses Peterson, 186 Smith St
Massage, Hair Dressing and Manicur
ing in all its excellence done at out
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS.
[>. -I. Williams,
Cor. Market and South Seconds Sts.
KMiirates cheerfully given on Monumental
Work and I Inggirg. ele. We endeavor
to please onr patrons.
John H. Dayton,
Tel. 107-M. Perth Amboy, N. J.
Cor. Gordon and First Sts
Drawing and Modelling Taught.
Evening Clasaee >
^^^^^^msOjoetion^pald to PupIIb.
"Answering a want ad." some oi j|
these days will start you on the
“SHORT CUT” to affluence—so faf |
as there IS any “whorl cul" For1,
“who can answer where any road •
leads to7” t
In Effect November 25, 1000.
TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBOY.
For New York, Newark, and Elizabeth at
6:33, 7:17. x7:45, 7:58 ,8:29, 9:11, 9:64, 11:14,
am, 12:09, 1:1*0, 3:22, 4:44, 5:09, 6:31, 7:45,
8:03, *9:57, **11:00 p.m. Sundays, 8:37 a.
m., 5:29, 9:57 p.m.
For Philadelphia and Trenton via Bound
□ rook, 7:17, x2:58, 9:11. 11:14 a.m., xl?:09,
1:10; x3:22 p.m. Sundays, 8:37 a.m., 5 29,
7:12, 9:57 p.xn.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., 6:07, \
9:20 am., 12:22, (1:19 Snturdny only), 2:06, ’
5:01, 7:19 p.m, 12:48 night. (Sundays ex
cept Ocean Grove) 4:55, 9:53 am., 4:64, 9.28
For Freehold, 5:07, GM>3, 9:20 a.m., 12:22,
5:01, 6:55 p.m. Sundays, 9:58 a. in., 4 64,
:»: S 3 p. m.
Additional trains for Bed Bank, 6:53 a.ro.,
6:0.1. 6:33, 6:65, 9:40 p.m. Sundays. 9:21 a.m.
For South Amboy. 5:07, 6:53. 6:56, 7:11,
9:20 p.m.; 12:22. 1:19, 2:05, 5:01. 6:08, 6 33,
6:65. 7:19, 9-40 p.m., 12:48 night. Sunday's,
1.65, 9:21. 9:o3 a.m., 4:54, 9:23 p.m.
TRAINS FOR PERTH AMBOY.
Leave New York, 4:00: 5:50, 6:16, 8:30,
8:38. 10:00. 11:30 a.m., (12:40 Saturday
only*. 1:20, 2:00, 3:40, 4:15. 5:15, 5:38, 6:1®,
«:3(*. 6:45, 12.01 p.m. Sundays. 4:00, 8:30,
9:0« a m . 4 60, 8:30 p.m.
Leave Elizabeth, 4:05, 6:22, 8:42, 9.01,
1:66. 1 1:23 a.m., 1:10, 2:05, 3:53, 4:38, 5:52,
6:20, 6:52, 6:57, 8:48, 11:55 p.m. Sundays,
8:28. 9:20 a.m.. 4:02, 8:37 p.m.
Leave Newark, 6:12, 8:36, 9:42, 11:30 a to.,
1:20, 3:35. 4:25, 5:33,, 6:13. 8:45, 11:60 p.m.
Sundays, 7:25. 9:05 am.. 3:65. 8 40 p.m.
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates may bo had on application in advance
• <f the ticket agent at the station,
iN«w York only.
••New York and Elizabeth only.
W O. BBSLBR.
Vice Pres. A General Manager. i
W. C. HOPE, General Passenger Agent.
THE NEW YORK & NE W JERSEY
STEAMBOAT COMPANY .
nperates NOW as heretofore TWO
boat.s every working day at j
AT 1100 A. M. and 2.30 P. M.
Raw Pier 19 E. R., N.Y.
A COVERED PIER.
Are you now getting this ses^vice
by any other line? \ ™
THE OLD LIME- V
PERTH AMMOT POSTOPFIOB \
Taking Effect Get. tft, ltd*.
MAILS ARRIVE DAILY.
N. Y.. Western and Southern.. ,7.00 am.
Rahway—Woodbrldge ..7.80 a.m.
Fords and Keasbey . 8.00 &.m»
South Jersey Way . 9.80 a.m.
New York and Northern Way.. 9.80 a.m.
Rahway, direct .12.00 m.
South JeTse" Way . 1.80 p.m,
Woodbrldge, direct .1.S0 p.m.
New York ar.,< Northern Way.. 2.89 p.na.
Now York and Northern Way.. 5.30 p.m*
South Jersey Way . 8.39 p.Ok
New ork, Brooklyn, Pennsyl
vania and North Jersey .... 6.80 p.m.
UVv* IC _
All Points .. (.11 p.m.
MAILS CLOSE DAILY.
Railway and Woodbrldge .... 7.15 a.m.
New York, direct . 7.80 a.m.
New York Northern Way. 9.00 u.m.
South Jersoy Wu.y . ».*0 a.m.
Fords and Keasbey . 9.30 a.m.
New York, Pennsylvania, New
Jersey and Eastern States.. 9.80 a.ra.
Now York & Northern Way.12.30 m.
Rahway and Woodbrldge.12.00 m.
South Jersey Way . 2.00 p.m.
New York and Northern Way.. 4.SO p.m.
South Jersey Way . 4.30 p.m.
Hnhway find Wnnrthrldge .4.14 p.m.
Philadelphia, Camden, James
burg, Cranbury, Hightstown (.0* p.m.
Fords and Keasbej ... 9. »s p.m.
All Points . 7.0* p.m.
All Points . I.Ot p.m.
Open .7 a.m. Close.7.1# p.m.
Money Order Department opens 7.10 a.
m. : closes li :30 p.m.
Registry Department opens 7:#0 a.m.:
closes 7.00 p.m.
Carriers- window open Evenings—4.44
p.m. to 7.00 p.m.
Sundays—9.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m.
Stamp Window—Opens 7.00 a.m., closes
7.30 p.m. dally.
Sundays—Opens 1.00 am.; closes 10.00
Public Corridor open until 1.00 p.m.
QBORQB H. TICE.
PUBLIC SERVICE TIME TABLE.
Effective Jan. 23, 3 »0A.
Cars leave Rahway Junction for Ralj
vay Reformatory every 30 minutes irons
>:10 a.m. until 11:40 pm.
Cars Jeavo Rahway Junction for Wood*
)rhlge Creek every hour from 5 10 a.m.
intil 11:10 p.rn. connecting with New
Brunswick cars 15 after the hour. 9:10 p.
n. from Railway Junction last car tliat
naketi conneetiore for New Brunswick.
Cars leaving New Brunswick at 5 46
i.m. and every hour until 8:45 p.m. con
lect with car for Sewaren, Woodbridgy .
tahway ami Westfield*
Cars leaving Perth Amboy ferry at 6 :S7
i.m. and every hour until 9:67 p.m.. then
.0:42 p.m. and 11:42 p.m. connect for 9e
varen, Wondhrldgo. Rahway and Wcet
Warding. Livery, Sale & Exch’ge Stablu
Horses and KIgs to hire at all hours.
Coaches for all occasions.
13-95 New Bruns, av. Perth Amboy
tuble Those SOL. Residoacs Fhoso lib-Vf
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