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The Monmouth'Market
163 SMITH STREET, Tel. 403-L, PERTH AMBOY, N. J
EGGS! EGGS! EGGS! i
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We are receiving daily, direct from the farmers ι
FRESHCOUNTRYEGCS I
Which we offer by crate or dozeo.
They're all
and Ready to be
Pricked.
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS,
50c to 2.00
SPRING SCARFS,
25c to 1.00
Fancy and Hole-Proof Hosiery
25c to 50c
SOFT HATS,
I 50 to 3.00
DERBIES,
1.50 to 3 00
SPRING SUITS,
10.00 to 28.00
TWO-PIECE SUITS,
5.00 to 15.00
SPRING OVERCOATS,
10.00 to 25.00
CRAVENETTES
10.00 to 25.00
Don't forget to watch our con
test. Who is going to be the
most popular fireman ?
Ripe Now
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS
lu Free Suit Contest
Tlieo. Anderson ·..... 148
Frank Comings . . 147
Geo. Seaman 96
Richard Harding 90
A. Anderson 73
Jack Deveny 69
Thos. Cluney 65
Sam Bayard 63
John Reardon 53
Louis Franke 50
Geo. Meade 50
Frank Van Syckle 4 4
James Johnson 41
Geo. Bunten 40
Wm. Graham j}6
Peter Kroeger · 36
James Flynn 34
W. F. Hartmann 3 5
Eugene Mullen - 33
J. Dunham 29
Chas. Dressier 28
Chas. Reed 24
Robt. Colton 21
Jno. Campbell 20
R. H. Barnes 12
W. C. Martin 11
A. Seguine 10
Chas. Deitzman 9
Ν. E. Jensen 8
Wm. Post
Stacey Coutts
Wm. Buckley
Jno. Hornsby
James McCabe
Chas. O'Hara
J. H. Tyrrell
W. G. Comings
J. Bachman
Α. H Hope
Jno. Petral .(
D. T. Ryan
Frank Tooker
J. H. Martin
Peter Martin
B. F. Henry
Ed. Frazer
Paul Geske
L. BRIEQS, 91 Smith St.
Have that tooth crowned
with nold. I can restore
it to its natural shape
and usefullnoss for a
moderate charge.
Dr. J. P. Salter
Modern Dentistry
122 Smith S'reet.
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—A meeting of the factory baseball
league will be held at Bohnsack's at
8 o'clock tonight.
—The four-masted schooners
Laura C. Anderson and the Hattie P.
Simpson are at tho Lehigh Valley
wharves with lumber.
—Work is fairly brisk on the local
docks of the Lehigh Valley Company
and on the stock grounds. Work is
well under way on the old lumber
dock which is being repaired.
—Five tugs have entered the local
Lehigh Valley wharves since Satur
day, three of which will be sent to
local dry docks for repairs. The tugs
Chaunee, Handlaugua and Ihe Hazel
ton will be repaired. The other two
tugs which entered were the Macke
noy and the Chiektauqua.
—Carpenters are at work in the
rear of James Kirby's cafe, in Hobart
street, rearranging the booths for an
other restaurant. Tho restauraut will
be in charge of James Kirby.
—The Machinists' Union held a
moeting last night in Union hall.
—A large crwwd witnessed an en
counter between two youths in a field
near the library, but. dispersed when
an officer approached, last night
about. 8 o'clock.
-—The Hoys' Brigade, of the First
Baptist church, will hold a drill in the
chapel at 7 o'clock tonight.
—Alpha Council, Loyal Associa
tion, meets in the Odd Fellows' build
ing tonight.
—Emil BohnsaeU has had new
awnings placed on his residence in
Jefferson street.
—A meeting of the local branch of
Ancient Order of Hibernians was held
last night.
—The school hoard will hold a
special meeting tonight to discuss the
mayor's recent recommendations and
to pay some bills.
—A meeting of Algonquin Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, was held in Odd
Fellows' hall last night.
—A regular monthly meeting of
the official board of the Danish M. E.
church was held in the lecture room
last night.
—A young people's meeting of St.
Stephen's Danish Luthenn church
will be held lu the lecture room to
morrow night at 8 o'clock.
—Δ cabinet meeting vl the Ep
fcft.. . . Jm
worth League, of the Danish M. E.
church, will be held at the home of
the pastor, Rev. M. O. Block, In Jef
ferson street, tonight at 7:45 o'clock.
—The Electrical Workers' Union
held a busy session last night In Un
ion hall, and a number of new mem
bers were received.
—Employes of the Lehigh Valley
Railroad Company were at work yes
terday ballasting the new track which
was laid Saturday from Maurer to the
United Lead Works, on the easterly
side of upper State street.
—Eagle Hose & Chemical Com
pany did not meet last night on ac
count of a quorum not being present.
Governor Busy With Bills.
TRENTON, May 21:—Of the 319
measures placed In his hands when
the legislature took recess a month
ago. Governor Stokes still has an
even hundred yet to bo disposed of.
These must be considered in just one
month more, for the legislature will
reassemble on Tuesday, June 18, to
dispose of vetoed measures.
MILLIONS FOR ATLANTIC.
Vast Sums to be Expended on the
"City Beautiful."
ATLANTIC CITY, May 21:—Pub
lic improvements to cost ten millions,
and in their execution to take twenty
years, will be the plan of the experts
employed by the city to design
changes that will create the resort in
to a "City Beautiful."
The experts have been going over
the project for some weeks and will
report their Ideas at a conference to
be held this evening at. the Chalfonte,
when citizens and city officials will
discuss their suggestions. One of
them calls for the creating of a boule
vard 140 feet wide from the light
house to Illinois avenue. A drain
canal Is also planned, and a general
Illumination of Atlantic avenue on
the plan followed on the boardwalk,
is discussed.
ι DONATIONS ΚΟΚ THF
» HOME FOR ΤΗ M*AGE1) HERE.
Tho following donations are ac
knowledged for the Home for the
Aged :
Reynolds Brothers, ?10; Mrs. C. C.
Baldwin, $ 10; A. A. S„ $10; Miss S.
K. Benton, flO; P. White & Sons, $5;
L. Briegs, $5; Mrs. Abel Hanson, $2;
J. B. Brack, $2; L. P. Runyon, $1;
Mrs. S. Johnstone, $1; L. P. Koyen,
I $ 1 ; P. J. Larson, $1; A. I. R., $1; K.
; Cash, $1; B. Cash, il; Mrs. Brown
ing, $1; Friend, 50 cents; Mrs. H., 50
j cents; Mrs. W. Ν. H., 25 cents, and
j Mrs. Martin Peterson, $1.20.
! Aided the Sick; Then Dropped Dead.
NEW BRUNSWICK, May 21; —
I Samuel B. Casner, of Throop avenue,
1 died suddenly yesterday, and hist wife
and children declare that he grieved
himself to death over the demise of
his daughter, Mrs. Paul Bollschmtdt,
who died three weeks ago. Since
then the man has been lamenting his
loss continually. His last act was in
carrying liniment to a neighbor who
was suffering with rheumatism. When
lie returned to his home he dropped
dead.
Will Bless Corner Stone.
PLAlNFIELiD, May 21:—The cor
ner stone of Mount Saint Mary's Col
■ lege will be blessed by Rt. Rev. James
I A. McFaul, D.D., L.L. D., bishop of
1 the Trenton diocese, Sunday after
| noon, May 26, at 3:30 o'clock, at
! which time a large number of distin
guished clergymen of the church and
[ others will be present. Invitations
' to the ceremonies have been Issued by
the Sisters of Mercy.
RAILROAD TRACKS AT
MATAWAN DISAPPEAR.
KEYPORT, May 21—Considerable
rouble Is being experienced by the
sTew Jersey Central Railmad Com
>any by the sinking of earth around
ts tracks between Matawan and Key
>ort. The company's engineers are
rying to fill in the causeway across
he meadows between those towns,
iince March 1 over 4 0,000 cubic
ards of earth have been dumped
here, and it is estimated that at least
.0,000 cubic yards more will be eeed
:d to complete the work. To assist
η the task the engineers reinforced
he earth deposits with piling which
vas driven into the meadow on each
iide, but the soft mud kept receding
is fast as the pressure of extra gravel
oads were added.
Two weeks ago the earth seemed
ο be sufficiently firm to warrant the
aying of tracks, but since then the
urfafce has dropped eight feet below
he level of the approaching track,
t is estimated by the engineers that
he piling has been driven eighty-five
eet below the surface of the meadow
and.
The company anticipated no such
rouble, and when the filling in be
ame troublesome chartered a line of
tages to take the passengers from
Ceyport to the Matawan station,
.'here are a great many commuters
rora New York to Key port, Keans
nirg, and Atlantic Highlands. When
he company found that, this fill was
;oing to take an indefinite period it
bandoned the stage transportation
nd made a new schedule in running
rains for Long Branch, Atlantic
iighlands, Keansburg, Lorillard, and
Ceyport by way of Branch port.
■"OUND BODY OF MAN
FLOATING IN RIVER.
NEW BRUNSWICK, May 21: —
The body of an unknown man was
ound in the river at Miller & Pettit.'s
irick yards at South River Sunday
ifternoon by Captain John Voorhees.
Trom appearances the body had been
η the water at least a week. The
)ody is now at the morgue' of Under
aker Morgan at South River await
ng identification.
Captain Voorhees was on the boat
Mary Walker when he heard a splash
in the water. He made an investiga
ion and found that a boy had thrown
ι large stick of wood into the water.
Κ short distance from the wood was
the body of the man. Captain Voor
tiees got the body out and Coroner
Beekman was notified.
The coroner found that there was
no mark or bruise on the body and it
is believed that the man committed
suicide. If the body is not claimed
today it will be buried in Potter's
field!
The dead man was about thirty-five
years of age, five feet and ten inches
tall, and weighed about 165 pounds.
In his clothes was found sixty-five
cents, two pipes and a paper of to
bacco.
SCHOONER HAS NOT YET
ARRIVED AT WHARVES.
The four masted schooner Pember
ton Brothers which went aground
near buoy No. 6 in Princes Bay Sun
day afternoon while the tug Jacob
Heath, which was in charge, went to
the rescue of five men who were
clinging to the bottom of an over
turned cat boat, has not yet arrived
at the local Lehigh Valley wharves
where it was bound.
The names of the Ave men whom
Captain Pearsall of the tug Jacob
Heath rescued have as yet not been
learned, but the sailboat was called
Three Brothers and was in charge of
Captain Lawrence.
ASBURY FAVORS BONI» ISSUE.
Votes to Raise $150,000 for Beach
Front Improvements.
ASBURY PARK, May 21:—At a
special election held yesterday, the
voters of this city decided for the Is
suance of bonds in the amount of
$150,000 for beach improvements. It
is proposed to build two new pavil
ions and groups of bath houses and
to install a new jetty system. Already
$500,000 has been spent on bath
house improvements.
Today another special election is
being held for the purpose of voting
for or against $75,000 worth of bonds
for the purpose of sewers.
COLOREl> FIREMEN DROPPED.
But Mayor May Veto Asbury Park
Ordinance.
ASBURY PARK, May 21:—The
ordinance which drops the Eurekii
Fire Company, colored, from the fire
department, in accordance with the
petition of the firemen of this place
was adopted on final reading last
night without discussion.
The mayor is expected to file his
veto of the ordinance within five days
There will be no further aetion by the
dissatisfied firemen until the mayor's
veto is acted upon next Monday night,
Rubber Company's <iood Year.
NEW BRUNSWICK, May 21: —
At the annual meeting of the United
States Rubber Company, which is be
ing held in this city today, President
Samuel P. Colt's annual report will
show that the past year has been a
good one for the company. His re
port will show that, while the net
profits of the company were $119,
405.60 for the year ending March 31,
1902, the net profits for the past
year were $4,590,3"2.26.
Throw Stone Through Window.
John Z, "illnrUi, ι roprietor of «
saloon at 98 Hail avenue, reported tc
the police today that some man
whom he did not know, threw a stone
through the window of his barroom
at 3 o'clock this morning. The stone
smashed four bottles of liquor behind
the bar valued at $14, and also de
molished some glass.
Boynton Beach Opens Saturday.
Boynton Beach will open 8at,urdaj
for the season, better and bigger than
ever. A ferris wheel and miniature
railroad are among the' new attrac
tions. A hop will be ifcld and a
I large crowd Is expected 1 usher in
the season.
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HÀTS!
Once hats were hawked
on the streets. Shoes
made by a traveling shoe
carpenter. Gloves and
Clothing all made to or
der—but that's ancient
history.
Today the size, kind and
style of hat you want is
in our glass case, waiting
for your head, and every
thing else you wear is
waiting for you.
Let us show you.
HARRIG A Ν
_— &
O'DONNELL
102 Smith Street.
COUNCIL IS
AFTER CENTRAL.
(Continued from page 1.)
place from ^2S to 336 Washington
street. Referred to street and sewer
committee.
Bills for sidewalks caused to be
laid by the street department were
referred to the collector of revenue
for collection.
Approved by Mayor.
The clerk reported that the mayor
had approved the following: A reso
lution transferring $5,14 4 to the gar
bage account; one transferring $39,
170 to various accounts; one to build
a sewer in Penn street and Hall ave
nue; an ordinance to establish the
grade on Johnstone street; an ordi
nance to build a fifteen-inch sewer
in Elizabeth street; ordinances to
work Prospect and Johnstone streets
to established grade; and ordinances
to build fifteen-inch sewers in Cath
erine, Charles and Cortland streets.
Alderman Garland was absent.
There was but a small audience.
JURY WAS DRAWN BUT
DID NOT TRY CASE.
NEW BRUNSWICK, May 21: —
The special jury drawn by Sheriff
Church to tfy the action brought by
the overseer of the poor of Wood
bridge township against Vincentz La
kicks was dismissed yesterday morn
ing and the case heard by Judge
Booraem. The general panel jury
has heretofore acted in such cases and
owing to the question as to whether
a special panel was proper or not it
was decided to let the court hear the
case. Lawyer Woodbridge appeared
for the defendant and Lawyer Cutter
for the township.
The suit is brought to determine
who is the father of a child born to
Tessie Penik. She alleges he is and
he denies it.
DEPUTY OF NATIONAL
PROTECTIVE LEGIOR HERE
A meeting of Middlesex Legion of
the National Protective Legion, was
held in Odd Fellows' hall last night.
It was decided to award the $10 gold
piece at the next meeiing. District
Manager D. F. Dunsmore and Dis
trict Deputy Enright, of Trenton, the
newly-appointed deputy, made an of
ficial vicit. to the legion. Mr. Enright
has been appointed to this district.
A committee composed of Thomas
Lucas, J. J. Deveny and Charles Seel
was appointed to accompany the dis
trict deputy to the meeting of Pride
of Amboy Legion in Dana hall to
night.
EVERY Dit IN Κ Λ SUBPOENA.
Forty .Sunday Drinkers in Saloons
Testify Itefore Grand Jury.
ELIZABETH, May 21:—Investiga
tion of the many complaints against
the saloons of the county was begun
by .the grand jury yesterday. About
forty witnesses were examined. Most
of them had been summoned without
previous warning.
The method employed to get such
witnesses has been for investigators
to frequent saloons on Sundays and
obtain the names and addresses of
those they saw in the places. These
latter men are the ones summoned
and they are unwilling witnesses. It
is expected the owners of many sa
loons and hotels in the county will be
indicted.
RECEIVERSHIP REFUSED.
Rule to Show Cause in Ν .J. B. & L.
Case Dismissed.
CAMDEN, May 21:—Vice-Chancel
lor Learning, yesterday, dismissed the
rule to show cause why a received
should not be appointed for the New
Jersey Mutual Building and Loan As
sociation. The application was made
by counsel representing several share
holders who do not approve the plan
to have the association's affairs
wound up by the trustees.
In dismissing the bill the vice
chancellor said he was unable to see
the necessity for changing the trus
teeship already ratified toy nearly a
unanimous vote of the shareholders.
In the event of the trustees not doing
their full duty, he said, they would be
removed.
Everybody wants it; everybody
needs it; everybody has it—The EV
ENING NEWS.
First National Bank
PERTH AMBOY, N. J.
United States Depository for Public Moneys.
Depository for the State of New Jersey.
Depository for the County of Middlesex, N. J.
Depository for the City of Perth Amboy, N. J.
Capital 100,000.00
Earned Surplus and Protits * 128,000.00
Stockholders' Liability under National Law 100,000.00
Deposits subject to Cheque - - 1,400,000.00
Interest paid on balances subject to check:
$ 500 to $1,000 · · - 2 per cent..
1,000 and up - - 3 per cent.
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
HAMILTON FISH KEAN, HARRY C0NARD,
President. Cashier.
ABE HUMMEL ■
GETS CELL 23.]
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New York's "Little Giant" Now
Working in the Kitchen at
Blackwell's Island.
SERVE A YEAR'S SENTENCE.
NEW YOllK, Muy 21.—Abraham H. I
Huinmel, once 11 prominent criminal ;
lawyer and one υί the chief witnesses ,
against Harry K. Thaw here, now oc
cupies cell No. 2.'! ill thi> penitentiary
at Blackwell's Island, having entered
the prison there to serve a year's sen
tence. He went by way of a ferryboat
from the foot of east Seventieth street,
in charge of Deputy Sheriff Bell.
He was sentenced seventeen months
ago when convicted of conspiracy in
connection with the Dodge-Morse mar
ital tangle.
The prison preliminaries were gone
through with in short order. The little
lawyer, known here and abroad chiefly
for his varied litigation in divorce
cases, wearily submitted as his "podi
gree" was being taken and soon was
stripped of his citizen's clothes and
made to don a convict's somber garb.
His mustache, ohce his crowning glo
ry. his friends say, had already been
removed by a barber at his residence,
although since he will have to keep
clean shaven face during his Imprison
ment lie will have to submit to shavine
at the hands of the convict barber
many times.
After being taken to his cell Hummel/
broke down and sobbed bitterly. He
asked if lie could be permitted to re
main undisturbed for the evening, and
the request was granted. He had been
completely unnerved by his experi
ences, being forced to undergo indigni
ties that made him writhe. He was
stripped, put under a shower bath and
dressed in somber stripes.
Hummel slipped into the prison by a
rear entrance, accompanied by Bell,
who met him, it is said, in a cafe up
town in New York. After going to liis
cell he refused to give a statement to
newspaper men.
Ile will be assigned to work in the
storehouse. He will have to handle
and do light work about the kitchen.
His supper consisted of a quart of cof
fee and twelve ounces of bread. His
breakfast was a quart of coffee, hash
and bread.
For the first time in his life probpbly
the "little giant" quailed before pub
licity when he bade farewell to his
home-and ran the gantlet of a swarm
of photographers and newspaper men.
PRIEST DECORATES CHURCH.
Olives Amount of I'ursn Presented to
Him lliirk to St. Pctw's.
NEW BRUNSWICK, May 21: —
Several weeks ago St. Peter's church
awarded contracts for the beautifying
of the interior for $3,000, and an
nouncement was made that an un
named ddnor had contributed the
principal part of this money.
Yesterday it was learned that the
donor is the Rev. Monsignor J. A.
O'Grady, the rectoj· of the hcurch,
and that he gave $2,500, which was
the amount of the purse presented to
him by the congregation on the oc
casion of his silver jubilee eight years
ago. The church is being decorated
in anticipation of its seventy-fifth an
niversary on June 2, 3, and 4.
New Building at Plant No. 1.
Work was commenced this morn
ing· for a new one-story machine shop
for plant No. 1 of the Roessler &
Hassalacher Chemical Company. The
new shop will be 50 χ 40 feet and of
frame construction. It is being erect
ed in the rear of the other buildings
and facing on Rector street.
Milkman Bitten by a Dog.
H. Miller, a milkman, reported to
the police this morning that as he
was alighting from his wagon on Me
chanic street yesterday afternoon a
dog owned by Mrs. Gerber bit him on
the leg.
To End Season Tonight.
The Young Men's Literary.Society
will close the season with an enjoy
able program in the Presbyterian
chapel tonight. A number of speak
ers will be present, and refreshments
and music will be features.
An advertising campaign that
grows all the time means a store that
"keeps step."
PANIC AFTER
BOMB HORROR
Rioting Followed Explosion a!
Odessa-Three Terribly Mul
filated Victims.
POLICE OFFICIALS WERE KILLED
ODESSA, May 111.—An infernal ma-1
chine was exploded in the central po
lice bureau liere, killing the assistant
superintendent and two detectives and
wounding seven others seriously.
All the dead bodies were horribly
dismembered.
Following the assassination of the
three police officials serious rioting oc
curred, and during the night the Black
Hundreds were running wild through
the streets, mercilessly beating people,
particularly Jews, more than a hun
dred of whom were seriously injured
soon after the disturbances began.
The police apparently remained pas
sive spectators of tile disorder. Xo ar
rests were made, and the lliack Hun
dreds continued their work of revenge
unchecked.
The tragedy which led to the rioting
was as follows: While the superintend
ent of police and a number of other
officials were In the central police bu
reau two men and a girl entered the
building, deposited an infernal ma
chlnç In the office and hurried away.
The machine exploded almost Imme
diately afterward, killing the chief of
police and the two chief detectives of
this city. They were blown to pieces,
and seven other persons were seriously
injured.
The police pursued, fired at. wounded
and captured the two terrorists, but
the girl who was with them escaped.
The leader of the terrorists was subse
quently identified as a man named
Tcherthoff.
The two detectives killed were bitter
ly hated by the terrorists, one of them
for participating in inciting the out
break of 11)05 here and the other, who
was nicknamed "the hangman," be
cause he had tortured political prison
ers. .
Through an EXCHANGE AD. .von
may trade a not needed piece of jew
elry for a much needed piece of fur
niture.
NOTICE.
Notion Is hereby given that (lie under
signed intends making application to ι hi·
Board of Excise Commissioner» of the
City of Perth Amboy, at their next meet
ing for tlie transfer of his license to keep
an hotel with the privilege of selling malt
and spirituous liquors in the City of Perth
Anibov, and in tlx' house owned by
Wm. Hartmann at 1 ίδ Front St. to Vin Hart
mann A. BOLLSCHWEILEK
8786 6-21 2t of w
NOTICE.
Notice ts hereby given that the under
signed intends making application to the
Board of Excise Commissioners of the
City of Perth Amboy at their next meet
ing, for η transfer of ills license to keep
a saloon with the privilege of selling malt
and spirituous liquors In the City of Perth
Amboy, and in the house owned by
John H ubfo at 39 In site St. to Cbae. Karofa.
87£8r>-«'.Stoew J AS. DAN]
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NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the under
lined Intends making application to the
Board of Excise Commissioners of the
City of Perth AmbPy at their next meet
ing, for a license to keep a saloon with
the privilege of selling malt and spirit
uous liquors in the City of Perth Am
ooy, and In the house owned by
himself at S. E. cor. Keene and Francis StK.
8787 5-81 2t oew. UEO. HOM.A
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed Intends making application to the
Board of Excise Commissioners of the
City of Perth Amboy at their next meet
lug, for a license to keep a saloon, with
the privllego of selling malt and spirit
uous liquors' in the City of Perth Am
boy, and In the house owned bv
Lembeck it Betz at Ï49 Smith St. .
8789 5-21 2t oew LENA EGTVEE
It you want to irake your wite happy oi
your best girl think more of you, call or
John Venezia
The Tonsorial Artists,
111 Smith street, and have a SHAVE
or η HAIR CUT. Bootblack Inside.
Γ Exceptional |
I Opportunity j
* A limited number of subscrib
K ers who can invest from $5.00 to
gj $50.00 a montb in three months.
Scan make a fortune within a
year. The proposition will
stand the most rigid investigation.
3 Address P. 0. Box 65.
Perth Amboy, W, I.
That has satisfactory musical
qualities is the Piano to buy, but
be sure they are lasting. Pianos
that are built to last and to retain
their brilliant tone qualities may be
obtained of well established houses
who deal only in well known de
pendable makes. We are head
quarters for THE best PIANOS
MADE.
Geo. Therkelson,
97 SMITH ST.
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TEL. CONNECTION.
JUST OPENED
TheTAVERN
Emil Bohnsack, Prop,
152 154 SMITH STREET.
Great Western Bottling Works
Manufacturer of all kinds of Beverages
HANS LEHMAN, Prop
349 STATE STREET
Agent for Lembeck & Betz American
Club Bottled Beer.
Papering $3 a Room
Including a nice paper.
Painting' $2 a Room
HANS KNUDSUN
135 Fayette st. Near Wash. Hali
Nsls Bjornsen
Cash Grocery
Choice Family Groceries, Provisions,
Etc. Fresu stock constantly received.
Cor. Prospect and Smith Sts.
!A. CBRBO
' 3ottler ofKrueger's EXTRA LAGER
BEER and PORTEB.
Watch for my wagon. IV** washed by elec
tricity. Tel. 183
198 New Brunswick Ave.
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PATRICK WHITE &SONS
Telephone No. 8
ENGINEERS, FOUNDER
MACHINISTS.
'ieneral and Special Machine, Patten»
Pr 'er and Blacksmith Work
Arthur Garben
DRUGGIST
Prescription Work a Specialty
Branch Offies Evening News.
31 Hall Avenu©;
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Polkowitz Bros.,
Boarding, Livery, Sale & Exch'ge Stables
Horses and HIrb to hire at all hflÇre.
I Coach*»" for all occasions.
93 95 New Bruns· av Perth Amboy
ι Stable'Phone 80-L. Bealdence Phone 148-W
First National Bank
Stock Wanted
GOOD PRICE WILL BE PAID.
HERMAN ELLIS
182 Fayette St. and C. R. R.
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DENTIST
81 Smith St. Peitfl Αι
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