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THE GREAT 12 ACRE * STORE. ■ i ■ aii!niiiai:B!!iiB«B!na HflHNE &'C0.j NEWARK’S STORE BEAI TIIT L. mmxmmmmm "wrwwmmmww■—, mrnmmrmtmt BROAD | NEW AND I HALSEY I I STREETS | i ■ n ■ ■ ■: Bui I Exclusive Models In ■ ; Suits and Dresses j j|| , 1 lh‘ llow frot-ks have come in for no end of admiration- and, naturally we feel a bit puffed up be ak '’.r.Mr! our selections have so pleased our most particular clientele. The showing is most comprehensive j| 'l,,u exclu.sise. Many models shown here are seen nowhere else—due to our superior resources and com W matul of the best producers. \\ c asked your attention to the more elaborate gowns during opening days, but it was really sur ( pii mg how many people, turned to the more practical tiling and how llbetally they bought of the suits we I bt-e specializing of which mention is here made ■ p Stylish Suits of lilack or IMuc Panama -In ex ■ : ' uely stylish models, the jackets being semi-fitted S ,i! trimmed with braid and fancy vest effects, the ■kin nicely plaited; carefully tailored; remarkably ’"curate in fit: suits that we elsewher |A Aft have seen marked $16.50,being offeredat IfciwO Smart Suits of IJcoark loth In stripes, plaids and over-plaids; prettily trimmed with taffeta and fan y braids: jackets in Eton and coat effects: skirts neatly plaited; fairly valued at $22.50; IA |?A priced hor^ as a feature at only . iDivU liich Suits of lli’oadelotli la fancy plaids and checks and blue, black and brown Panama and serge; made with tight-fitting, semi-fitting and box coats; plaited skirts; trimmed with plain or fancy braid, tailored straps and stitching. Two mod els iure to prove popular; moderately AA ITA priced. ijtlH.50 and .CCivU Cutaway Coat Suits of line serge, ill lilack blue, and brown, with either box or side plaited skirts; smartly tailored; decidedly swell: suits rightly valued at $33.00: offered here at the low OC gjfO price of . ZO'OU Itox Coat, Cutaway Coat ami New Eton Suits of Puiuimu, imported plaids and overplaids and plain cheviots; trimmed with braid taffeta and tailored straps: beautifully lined with taffeta; skirts side plaited in striking models; value $39: OQ CA offered here at .feW wU I Suits in Fancy Eton, Gilison and Three-button 1 Cutaway Coat and Vest Effects—Made of voile over silk and of fancy cheviot and Panama with trim mings of braid arid taffeta; botli side plaited and trimmed skirts to suit your (aste; elegant suits, would be considered moderately priced in QQ CA manv stores at $.">(): offered here. Wv>vU I ■ — -———-—— — -— -1 IHAHNE & CO., T<»lVpliono 34UO-Newarkf’ NEWARK i 1 i bm vwL-mm mmmmmmm. m km mmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmHmmmmmM SCHEERER & CROWN 74 and 76 Market St, Newark,'N. J. The Most Liberal Credit House On Earth Prices Always ONE-THIRD LOWER Than Others Ask for Similar Quality NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED WE FURNISH A ;s ROOM FLAT COMPLETE FOR $75.00 p ■ — ——---- • ——. . i ii dm i.-i,. i I, usmatm jj WE FURNISH A 4 ROOM FLAT COMPLETE FOR $iuo A postal card will bring our salesman to your home to take your order on the fellowing terms of credit: For Furnishings of 1 Room NO Deposit Payments 50c Weekly. For Furnishing* of 2 Rooms NO Deposit Payments LOO Weekly. For Furnishings of g Rooms NO Deposit Payments 1.50 Weekly, l or Furnishings of -I Rooms NO Deposit Payments 2.00 Weekly. Carfare Allowed When Purchases are Made at Store. -tme: Engineers’ List A publication of a special value to all those interested in Engineering, Electrical and Scientific Questions. Published Monthly. .... 50 Cents a Year BUSINESS OFFICE: Evening News Building, 284 State St For Sale also by MOORE B OS., and FRANK NEER THEODORE BLOODGOOD BOWLING ALLEY P'ilSard and Pool Parlor Cigars and Tobacco 4.9 Smith St. AND S SHOES FOR SA ng of all kiDON aoce -iH i •vishnrif, 1 V«\w ON FURNACES [SAVES COAL^ , INCREASES • /HEAT CAPACITY, REDUCES LABOR Iff NO CLINKERS J NO SIFTING ASHES j EOUALLY EFFECTIVE ON PERFECT COMBUSTION CO. 130 NASSAU ST NEW YORK. MAIL POSTAL TO J. H. CARLSEN. Local Agent 61 Fayette Street, Perth Amboy. j MICHAKL ZYI K A Undertaker »nd Bicbalmer. Calls answered j promptly night and dajv Coaches to hire for f iuner-Us and other purple, Long Die. Phone i L CM STATE 8TREETV \ / *X+X+X+x+x+x+x+y+x+y+x4.y^y i Great ( ! Removal! Sale | X + i A , 3 i x An opportunity of a + x lifetime to buy + ; Wall Paper j | Paints, Oils J-1- ■ Hardware $ I Mechanics’ Tools + I Window Shades $ l Pictures and Frames j x + t Etc i + AT PRICES THAT WILL J + SURPRISE YOU. * ! >< We still have a very large + 3 stock of WALL PAPER + J which must be disposed of be- £ + fore we move in our new x + store. In order to close it J £ out we will not refuse any J x reasonable price. + + Must be closed out be- x X *i* + fore we take possession x x of our new store. x x x + _____ + ; X X | Don’t Hesitate! | I Don’t Delay! I x, 4 + No reasonable offer refused. + t Your chance to save money x is NOW! ; + + ! X X !| = t |fl r I ft- ! X v | 361 State St. J X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+ We>t M Pharmacy J. Killinberger, Prop. Prescriptions Carefully Filled at Moderate Prices. The EVENING NEWS gives you all the local news and the news of all the world besides. No other paper does this1. . -"fly y;C‘ * -- t, * • *'.l^’ t < j - • /> f FIELD OF SPORTS FACTORY LEACUE SOON ! TO HAVE A MEETING. I The factory league, which v.u j composed of a number of local fac j tory baseball teams, will shortly hold Ithe annual meeting for ihe naming I of officers for the coming season. This j league competed for a cup last season ! which had been purchased with mon j ey contributed by local people. As ! the result of last year's work the C. i Parkee works team was the winner of the cup for a year. This cup will come up again this season and each | season until some one team has won jit three times, after which it will be come tho property of that team. A 1 meeting of this league will bo held sometime this week to make nomina ; l ions. The present officers of the league are S. L. Swift, president, and Her bert Gillls, secretary and treasurer. Soem time during April another meet ing will be held at their meeting place at Bohnsack’s Tavern, at which tho annual election of officers will take place. HACK IS KCHKDl I,Kit FOR SKATING MEDAL. Peter Rosenvlnge and Martin | O’Hara will race for the gold medal offered by the Lyceum ring ruanage 1 ment next Friday night at the local | rink. This will be the final heat,the ' winner of which will be awarded the medal. Howard Brown was to have i competed in the semi-final heat but j did not appear and forfeited his I chance for the lead. — SONOMA BELLE. Driiningn Feature Taken tg 12 to 1 Choice In ( Iiih<‘ Klulsli. WASHINGTON, Mini'll 27. —Three favorites and three outsiders won at ; Hennings. The sixth event, u handicap at one mill' anil forty yards, was lhe most Interesting of the day. Or monde's Right was a strong favorite. ■ After leading for Ihree furlongs he I was overtaken liy Sonoma Belle, at 12 to 1. and they turned Into the streleli on praetieall.v even terms. Sailor, at 10 to 1. eaine fast, Imt was nnahle lo wrest the place from Sono | ma Belle. I .inly Vera, a top heavy favorite. | easily won the tirst event, with Miller up. August Belmont's Queen's Sou i venlr. as good as In lo !. took the' j second race with little effort, fully i justifying her owner's imixirtlng her at a fancy price. Giles, the favorite, i with Radtke up. could do no hotter i than third. The third event went to I the odds on favorite. Workman, while In the fourth the favorite. Black Mate, towroped the Held. Brookdale. the favorite in the tilth, did not figure in (lie result, the win ner lieing a 12 to 1 outsider, Aklmr. | Summaries: First Rare.—r.ady Vera, lirst; Knn ( kakcH", second: Oak Leaf, third. Second Race. — Queen's Souvenir. I lirst; Trey of Spades, second; Giles. | third. Third Race.- Workman, lirst; Aze j linn, second; W'nhnsh Queen, third. Fourth Race, — Black Mate, tirst; I i'iimpalgncr, second; Sally C. third. Fifth Race. Aklinr, lirst; l’nrkvllle second; Jerry ('.. tliiril. Sixth Race. Sonoma Belle, lirst: Ormonde's Right, second; Sailor, third. Oxford Won id CIu>nn< LONDON. March 27.—A chess match under the management of John Ilciini kor Heaton was played last night in the committee rooms of the house of commons between prominent members of tin* house of commons ami a team representing the universities of Oxford and (’amhridge. The contest was won by the university team. Hoxvlinu at Atlantic City. ATLANTIC tTTY. N. J.. March 27. Tho second day of the National Bowl I lug association's meet was devoted to ] two men matches. The three* leading j scores were: Dennis and Kropp. Mount j I lolly. 1,011; Silvey and Beisterllng, 1 Philadelphia. 1.uHT». and Stereos and I Bensz, Baldwhisville, 1,000. I<11 mt l’nu*ln* ut Prince. SAX FItAXCISt’O, March 27.—Last FatiKlus, played from III to I to 15 to I. | gained n head victory over Dick Wil son in the lirsi race al Oakland. The favorites fared hadly until the fourth and lifth races, when Briers and Xonie : lAicille rewarded their hackers. >likc Mutton nt Hot M|>i'iuu:««. HOT SI’KIXOS. Ark.. March 27. - There was a good attendance at Oak i lawn, and a good card was offered. Mike Hutton. at I to 1. won tin* feature j race, a handicap at six furlongs. Sava I hie. the odds on favorite, finished last. _ < oriu‘11 Won. I to o. I:AU;h;h. X. March 27.—Tornell and Trinity played a twelve inning hull game at Jmrhain. Neither side 'scored until llie twelfth. when, with I j t wo out. Cornell made the winning run Tigers Win Ml Norfolk, Vn. NOltKOI.K. in., March 27. I’rince ton college easily defeated William and Mary college Id to 1. The lone run hy William mid Mary was on a wild throw by Dillon. <i lor I llr i' al Ne.v Orleans. NEW OH1.KAXS, March 27.—At the Fair grounds (iloiitler ei|inilcd the truck J record when lie won the liftli nice, al six furlongs, la 1:12 2-5. >1 iss ITditety at Ascot. DOS AN< '■ i'.l.I S. Cal, My nil 27.—At Ascot in Hi ■ f 1 n'ee Joan o| Arc. the odds on favorite, was ben ter, * uose by I Miss Fidgety, si 7 to 1. ** j LOCAL BOY LOSES A FAST RACE ON ROLLERS Frank Post, the Keyport roller racer, Iasi night defeated William Christopherson, of this city, by about naif a lap in a two-mite race at the Lyceum rink. Young Chrlstopher son put up an excellent race against his opponent, but Post is much older and considerably taller than Christo pherson. Throughout the first mile both skaters held their own and were about even. In the second mile Post gradually gained on his opponent, fin ishing a halp lap ahead of Christo pherson. An excellent track for the racers had been arranged and the race was witnessed by one of the largeset crowds yet seen at the local rink. Post was accompanied by a crowd of Keyport rooters. Three races were to have been skated, but young Christopherson feels that lie has gone beyond his class with Post, who is about twenty years old, Chris topherson being but fifteen. SIRS THE ROEHMNOS. Pitcher Wants Receiver for Manage ment of Local Team. TRENTON, Mar. 21:—Ray H. Eg ner, one of the best known baseball players in this part of the country, has applied to the Court of Chancery for the appointment of a receiver for the Roebllng Baseball and Amuse ment Association, on whose baseball team he was the star pitcher last sea son. Egner claims that part of his last season's salary is still unpaid, ! that money is owing to other mem bers of the team, that the association lias not paid the rent of its baseball park and that it is entirely without assets. The association is composed I of employes of John A. lloeblitig's I Sons’ Company, of this city, and its baseball team was a potent factor on i the local diamond last year. HONING HIM, PASS El). TRENTON, Mar. 27:- House hill No. 98, 10 legalize boxing exhibitions by physical culture schools or athletic clubs now in existence, was recon sidered and passed, following its re cent defeat. The epublleans opposed the measure lest it open the way for legalized prize fights, Inn lit > demo crats claimed there was no reason for such fears as this had been care-, fully guarded against. AT IlLOODGOOD’S alleys. William Pemberton rolled 2.75, 209. 193 and 187 on Bloodgood's a 1-1 leys last night. AT THE LODGE TONIGHT. The Sewaren bowlers will hold their weekly practice tonight on Kir by’s alleys. FRIDAY NIGHTS TONIGHT. The Friday Nights will meet to night at Hartmann’s alleys in week ly bowling and social session. IMPERIALS WANT GAMES. The imperial A. C. has secured a new player in William Friedman, of Sotgh Amboy. The Imperials will open the season April 7. They will play the Puritans the following Sun day. The manager is Ed. Poulson, 248 Prospect street. AT ROHNSACK’S TONIGHT. ] A match game has been arranged between the Eagle A. (’. bowlers and the Tavernites for tonight on Bohn-1 sack’s alloys. HIGH SCORES AT POP'S. H. Albright rolled 185 and N. Larsen 177 last night on Kirby’s al leys. P. Peterson rolled 214 Iasi night on the Utopia alleys. AT THE RINK TONIGHT. William Grimes, of Somerville, will give a trick and fancy skating! performance tonight at the Lyceum 1 roller skating rink. _ | M’CORMICK IN IIOI'T. Frank McCormick, of this city, sparring partner of Tommy Murphy, j will engage in one of the preliminary | bouts in Baltimore tomorrow night when Murphy lights Kiri Sullivan. HIGH MEN AT TAVERN. A Meshrow rolled 203, 198, ISO, and J. Seaman 195 last night on Bohnsark's alleys. INTERSTATE I.EAGI E STANDING. Won Lost P.C. Amidtias .IS 15 .5 45 Aquehongas . .17 lfi .515 Alpines .14 IS .438 JUNIOR BOWLING LEAGI'E. Won Lost 1 P.C Keystones .34 II .708 Amicitias’ 2d ... 28 20 *.583 Aquehongas’ 2d .23 25 .479 Alpines’ 2d . 1 1 37 .229 TIME OF HIGH WATER. A ll. P. M. Mar. 20—- 5:04 5:34 27— 5:48 0:11 28— 0:27 0:48 29— 7:05 7:25 30— 7:43 8:05 31— 8:21 8:4(1 Apr. 1— 9:02 9:30 2— 9:40 10:17 The Largest and Most Complete Resort in the County. FOUR BOWLING j Eight Billiard and 1 Pool Tables. j Perth Amboy. N, J, Exquisite Easter OFFERINGS Our Exhibit of Spring and Easter Apparel surpasses any to be seen hereabouts. Men’s Easter Suits in a beautiful variety of new spring fabrics, the very latest models tailored to fit as good as custom made garment, double or single breasted la.oa, 12.50,15.00 Negligee Shirts in a great assortment of new spring patterns, the new checks and fancies iu light and dark siiades at 49c and 98c Ladies Suits and Coats. Misses and Children’s Coats fur Easter Wear in great variety. NewEasterftleekwear in four-in-hand, tecks and bows in neat designs of fine silks, special values at 15c, 25c, 5flc BOys’ Clothing. the most var.ea line ever placed upon exhibition Hyman Wedeen 225-7 Smith Street. Money to Loan IN' TWO HOURS after you apply to us for a loan we can place the money in your hands. This is not a "wildcat” statement, but an actual fact. SIMPLE METHODS and the small amount of Inconven ience we put you to to enable us to give you the best of service. We can make you a loan on your furniture, piano, horse, wagon, etc., quickly, privately, without any humiliation. WE DO AS WE SAY. We give every customer a passbook in which we record Number of payments to be made. Amount and date of each payment. Total amount of account if carried rail time. Amount of rebate allowed for each month account is settled ahead of time. That’s fair, isn’t It? Sounds fair All information absolutely free. Posi lively no chnrge in advance. Call write or ’phone. Strictly private of [ices. New Brunswick Loan Co 419 George st. NOTICE. Notice la hereby given that the under* signed intends making application to tilt Hoard of Excise Commissioners of tie City of Perth Amboy at their next meet ing, for a transfer of his license to keej a saloon with the privilege of selling mull and spirituous liquors in the City of Peril Amboy, and in the hous** owned b> I\ N’d'ion Ht 811 Htate st., to Thos. NV. Hak TH 17 2t oew .loRCKN MARTINPSEN notTceT' Notice is hereby given that the under signed intends making application to tin Hoard of Kxel4* Ooimn!s.sion*j\s 01 th* OJ'.v of Pertli Amboy at liieir n*xt me* ! ing. for a. ti: nst'.-r of bis lie-rise to k**vj ,i saloon with tie* jer. . f s •hire-; in ill and spiritu* us li;n<u in iN- City >< p.-, ;| Ambov, an*l in tie ;."us<* o.\ ; * * d bj himself at L'7,'» Pr >pe t ‘ b*n l.'.uiib 7847> :>«0 k i .tew Ji i J IN b H< * - P< * J) A U NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that tho under signed intends making application to tin Board of Excis* Commissioners of th* City of Perth Amlwjy at their next meet ing. for a license to keep a saloon wltl tin privilege of selling malt and spirit ions liquors In the Cirv of Perth Am my. and In the house owned bj I VIr ineberger at 58a State st. •:p; a »i»£t oew John BOO DEN i NOTICE. < Notice is hereby given that the under- j ilgneri intends making application to th* Hoard of Excise Commissioners of tie ’itv of Perth Amboy, at their next meet ng. for a wholesale license to keep v. I vholesal* liquor house with tie* priv j leg • of selling malt and spirituous iqiiors in tin* Cil\ of Perth Am >oy. and in the iiouse owned ny at 119 Smith St. 82l 3-tf) 2t oew S. 8CHEUKR A SONf NOTICE! Notice is hereby given that tho under ligneil intends making application to th Hoard of Excise Commissioners of th ’ity of Perth Amboy, at their next meei ug for a license to keep a Bottling establishment in the City of Perth Am »oy, and in tho house owned bt leo. Ocliner at $8 New Brunswick Ave «8&8»ufltoew DAVID I8CNBBRU THE NEW YORK AND NEW JE STEAMBOAT COMPANY operates two steamers every w mg day from New York at II 00 A. M. and 2.30 P. M. New Pier 8 E. R., N.Y. 1 Returning steamers leave Perth Amboy at 7. K.'A. M. amlJUH) P. M. Expres8 Service at Freight Rate*. Rates Very Low. New Jersey CiraL In Kffect November 25, 1006. TRAIN* LEAVE PERTH AMBOY. For New York, Newark, and Elizabeth ai | 6:33. 7:17, x7:45, 7:68 ,8:29, 9:11, 9:64, 11-14 •i.in., 12:09, 1:10, 3:22, 4:44, 5:09, 8:11. 7*41* 4:o3, *9:57. ••11:00 p.m. Sundays, 8:87 a | m., 5:29, 9:57 p.m. * For Philadelphia and Trenton via Bound Brook, 7.17. x'.* .59, 9:11, 11:14 a m., xl2:0» 1:10; x3:22 p.m Sundays. 8:37 a.m.. 6 It j 7 12, 9:57 p.m. For Long Franch, Ocean drove, etc., 8:07 (9:20 a.m., 12.22, (1:19 Saturday only), 2:08. , >:01. 7:19 p.m, 12:48 night (Sundays ex I ept Ocean drove) 4:65. 9 53 a.m.. 4 84, t:2t (i m ,For Freehold. 5:07, 6.63, 9:20 am. 18-.X2, >.01. 6:65 p.m Bundaya. 9:53 a m 4 64, 9 23 p.m Additional (rahi* for lied Bank, h.68 a.m 5.01, 6.83, 6:55, 9:40 pm Sundays, 9:21 am I For South Amboy. 5:07, 6:58, 6:56, 7:11 | ):20 p.m.; 12:22. 1:10, 2:05. 5:01. 6:03. 6 38. ' 56, 7:19, S: 40 p.m., 12 48 night. Sundays, 56. 9:21, 9:53 am., 4:54, 9:28 p.m. TRAINS rOK I'ERTH AMBOY Leave New York, 4:00: 5:50, 8:15, 8:80, *: 38, 10:00, 11:30 a.m., (12:40 Saturday nly >. 1:20, 2:00, 3:40, 4:16, 6:16, 6:88, 6:16, •:80, 8:46, 12.01 p.m. Sundays, 4:00, 8:80 • 00 a m.. 4 00, 8:30 p.m. Leave Elizabeth, 4:05, 6:23. 8:48, 9:01, ':56, 11:23 a.in., 1:10, 2:05, 3:68, 4:88, 5:68, • :20, 6:52, 6:57, 8:48, 11:55 p.ra. Sundays • -’x, 9:20 n n».. 4:02, 8:37 p.m. Leave Newark. 6:12, 8:35, 9:42, 11 :30 am., • :20. 3:35, 4:25, 5:38,, 6:13, 8.45, 11:60 p.m. undays. 7:25, 9:05 a m.. 3:56, 8:40 p.m. Through tickets to all points at IowmI ales may bo had on application In advance f die ticket agent at the station, xExcept Trenton. xNew York only. •Saturdays only. ••New York and Ellzaheth only. W. G. BESLHR. Vice Pres, tk Uenurai Manager. W. C. IIOPB. deuera) Passenger Agent. l’KKTII AMIi( Y POSTOFFICK sniKiim;. Tr.kiim FlTc-ct Oct. 13, 11100. M.\ i.s ARRIVE DAILY, \ Y.. • . hi southern_7.00 h.ntiij-MK Railway- Wo-..! bridge ..7.30 F;.> hh! Lo.ish.y . _ 8.00 AitttiWaS South J«/ Way . ........ p.30 n.m. New M !v .ml Northern Way ‘D.30 n.m. Rahway, dinvt ...12.03 m. "}$& South Jersey Way . .. 1.30 p.m, - Wood bridge, dlreet .. 1.30 p.m. New York and Northern Way ... 2.30 p.m. i New York and Northern Way ... 5.90 p.m. I South Jersey Way ___5.30 p.m. i New lurk. Brooklyn, iVnnsyl* vunlu and North Jersey .f .30 pm. Fords and Kenshey ..0.45 p.m. SUNDAY MAIL. All 1’oints .0.30 p.m. MAILS CLOSE DAILY. Uahwav and WoodhrUlge .. 7.15 n.m. New York, direct .— 7.30 a.m. New York & Northern Way_0.00 a.m. South Jersey Way .... 9.00 n.m. Fords and Kenshey _ 0.30 a.iu. New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Eastern States ..... 0.30 n.m. Railway and Wnodbrldire .12.00 m. I New York & Northern Way _12.30 m. I South Jersey Way _2.00 p.m. Railway and Woodhridge .4.15 p.m. New York and Northern Way ... 4.30 p.m. South Jersey Way . 4.30 p.iu, I Philadelphia. Camden, James* burg. Cranlmry, Hlghtstown.. fl.00 p.tn. ! Fords and Kenshey -.7.03 p.m. All Points . 7.00 p.m. SUNDAYS. Ml Points ....fl.00 p.tn, OFFICE riOURS. >P'*n.7 a.m. close__7.30 p.m. Money order Department opens 7.90 a. | ni.: eloH<H« ft. 30 p.m. j Registry Department open* 7.00 n.m.; [ loses 7.00 p.m. I Carriers' Window open Evenings—4.00 p. in. to 7.00 p.tn. Sundays 9.00 a.m. to 10.00 n.m. Stamp Window—Opens 7.00 a.m., clones .30 p.m. daily. Sundays-Opens 0.00 a.m.; close* 10.00 i .in. Public Corridor open until 9.00 p.m. GEORGE H. TICE. Postmaster. STATEN ISLAND RAPID^ TRANSIT h’Y. I I UK TAIII.K IK KFFUCT MOV. 1, 1IMM. Perth Amboy to New York:—6:10, 10. 7:90. 7:20. 7:30, 8:00, 8:00, 8:52, 1 52. 10.52. 11.48 n.m.. 12.4b. 1.53, 2:63. I 26. 4:33. 6:33 6.35. 7 65. 8:06. 10.18, i 18 p.m. Fundnyb and Legal Holidays. ri.tr». 7:47. 8:47. 9:4 7, 10:47, 11:47 a.m., 2:47. 1:47. 2:47. 3:43. 4:43, 5:43 6:43, it), 9:40 (11:13 p. in ll->li lays -nly). New York to Perth Amboy:—6:00. 00. 8:00. 9:00, 10:00. 11:00 a.m., 12:00 1 00. 2:00. 2:40. 3:40. 4:40. 6:16, 6:80, .45, G:C». 6:9n, 7.40, 10:oo, 11:80 p. ra .80 a. in. Sundays and Legal Holidays. 7:30, 9:00, 10:00. 11.00 a.m„ 12:00 m., 00, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, 6:00, 6:00, 7:00, <:0\ 9:80, 11:00 p. in. (12:80 a. m Holidays idy). UUUY BBTWJCEN rKKTH AMBOY AND TOTTENVILLB. Leave Perth Amboy dally:—5:10, 6:10, 32. 7:00. 7:30, 8:00, 8:52. 9:62. 10:26, '• .52, 11:20, 11:48 a.m., 12:20, 12:48, 1:26, :53, 2:20, 2:63, 3:35. 4:00. 4:33, 6:U0. • :33, 6:10. 6:35, 7:06. 7:24, 7:66, 9:05, 0:18, 11:18 p.in., 12:60 a.m. Sundays and Legal Holidays. 6:16, 6:46, 7:47, 8:20, 8:47, 9:47, 10:47, , 1:20, 11:47 a m., 12:20, 12:47, 1:20, 1:47, . .20. 2:47, 3:20, 3:43, 4:20, 4:43, 6:20, :43, 6:20, 6:43, 7:30, 8:10, 8:46. 9:40, i 0:20, 11:18 p.ra. 1 Leave Tottenvllle daily:—1:33, 6:66, • :22. 6:42. 7:10. 7.45, 8:12, 9:05, 10:06, 0:40, 11:05. 1 1:30 a.m.. 12:05, 12:30, 05. 1:36. 2:05. 2:30. 3:05. 3:43, 4:10, :45. 5:16. 5:45, 6. I « Vi, 7:14. 7:38, 8:43 4 3, 1 1:03 p.ir... 12:33, 1:33 a.ru. £ .Sundays p-M Le-cal Holidays. 10:05. 1:05, 11::-' a.m., 12 ». 12:30. 1:06, 1:30. .05. 2 05, *. 4:06, 4:30, 5:Ct -. . ; 45. 8.13, 0:00. 10:35 p.rr... 12 0.1 a.m. '•.kori i3 j. imrvtsa. Crr> ml TruKV 4*»r. * «i tiFf-LR torsos, Carriages and Coaches to Hire at all Hours for Funer als. Weddings, etc. lOARDING 1.Y THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. earns to Hire for Carting £ Trucking Telephone 30-K SOO-l*. 7, 9. II N. B. Ave Near Smith St. he UTOPI A t Bowling Alleys. Billiards &. Pool H0TFL A'DCXFfc 123 Smith Street. « F SWITZER, Prop. If you would know what your leigUbor knows without asking her, read the NEWC.