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SPORTSMEN. Columbia Club Won Two Athletic League Games From the Jersey City Club. HUDSON COUNTY LEAGUE Niantic Wheelmen Changes— Fourth Regiment Games - Cricketers in Trouble. The Columbia Club of 'Hoboken came to this city last night and (bowled a series of three games to- the Athletic Bow ing League tournament art 'the Jersey City Club. The Cdumblajs have never dis tinguished themselves particularly in this league and tt was expected by all that the team that finished second last year would leave no trouble in defeating the tail end era. Therefore when the visitors took two of the games dhere was a great deal of Surprise expressed on aill Sides. There was butt one creditable score made during the evening, and that was tallied by the Columbian In the second game, when they massed 4he 900 mark by only two pins. The first game went to Jersey City on a poor score. 'Both Starrett and iMeyer were not up to the standard. The Co.uan folas were in poor form also and lest by 4S pins. The second game saw the Jersey City team, in hard luck, and the result was a wretched score, while the visitors’ put j Up their great figures. The third game Went to Columbia by a small margin. The score:— FIRST GAME—JERSEY GITT ULU(a. S. (Newkirk .3 Tasdh .4 Brown .2 Starrett'.0 Bdeyer ..... 1 S. B. 3 4 8. 154 1S6 ! 165 119 136 Totals . 1.AO 24 16 780 COLUMBIA. S. Jaeger..2 SchmJdt . 1 Geils . 1 (Huesmann .4 Kimball .2 S. B. 5 3 .5 S. J 15» 119 128 165 150 Totalis .10 19 21 732 BECOND GAME—JERSEY CITY CLUB. ■Newkirk .2 Taseh .1 (Brown. 0 Btarrett . 1 Meyer .•.0 S. S. s. 134 127 154 157 151 Totals .4 COLUMBIA. S. Jaeger . 2 Schmidt..1 Geils .3 Huesmann.4 Kimball .1 25 21 723 S. B. 6 2 S. . 160 1 ® 210 3 176 1 193 3 1^ Totals .14 26 10 89S THIRD GAME—JERSEY CITY CLUB. S. S. B. 6. Newkirk .1 5 Tarch .3 3 Brown .1 6 Starrett .3 6 Meyer ..2 3 141 133 346 184 138 ( Totals.10 23 17 742 COLUMBIA. S. Jaeger . 4 Sc tvm id t .1 Geils.2 Huffimann .2 Kimball.1 S. B. 3 3 S. 189 119 1C 148 148 Totals .10 20 20 763 A streak of luck gave a victory to the Corinthians last night In the American National Tournament. They succeeded in barely passing the 800 mark and their score was not a winner in ordinary com pany, but the Rosedales were unable to hit well and first place is still occupied by the Corinthians. The scores:— FIRST GAME. Corinthian—S. Walter, 186; Barker, 155: Niies, 88 (seven frames); Brocker, 37 (three frames); Holden, 163; Schaefer, 188. Total, 817. Rosedale—C. Sievers, 140; Mesloh, 170; Tadtnan, 148; Kessler, 158; Bellmer, 162. To tal, 77*. SECOND GAME. Rosedale—C. Sievers, 182; Mesloh, 164; Tadman 147; Kessler, 133; Bellmer, 168. Total, 794. Golden Rod—Eckstein, 164; Meier, lr.7; Bchroeder, 187; Sherwood, 124; Eek, 143. Total, 775. THIRD GAME. Corinthian—S. Walter, 184; Baker, 155; Brocker, 1S1; Holden, 209; Schaeffer, 160. Total, $89. Golden Rod—Eckstein. 151: Meier, 3"7; Bohroeder, 186; Sherwood, 178; Eck, ISO. Total, 872. The Welcome five won two games in the Arlington National Tournament last light. The scores:— FIRST GAME. Straggle—Greif. 166; Browne, 133; Gay lor, 149; Le Touzel, 128; Hosinger, 177. To aWelcome—Bernet, 179; Schultz, 155; TBY GRA IK-0! TRY GRAIN-0 Ask your Grocer today to show you a package of GRAIN-O, the new food drink that takes the place of coffee. The chil iren may drink it without injury as well is the adult. All who try it. like it. 3RAIN-0 has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is made from pure trains and the most delicate stomacn re ceives it without distress. % the price of :offee. 15c. and 25 cts. per package. Sold oy all grocers. Lawyers >— -*—< Desiring Expedi tion, Neat Work, and Accuracy in , the printing of Law TSTork should secure the prompt delivery and moderate priced service of •---< The Jersey* City News Doerr, 139; Schmidt, 136; Wenderoth, 179. Total, 7SS. SEOQND GAME. Straggler—Grelf, 129; Browne, 155; Guy nor, 147; Le Touzel, 150; Hosinger, 160. To tal, 741. Black BaSs—Sieling, 120; Oehler, 166; Schulze, 157; Merz, 122; Zimmerman, 113., Total, 678. THIRD GAME. Welcome—Bernet, 177; Schultz. 166; Doerr, 164; Schmidt, 123; Wenderoth, 104. Total, 824. Black Bass—Siellng. 143: Oehler. 131: Schultze, 140; Wolfran, 120; Hills, 96. Total, 660. The final meeting of the clubs entered In the new Hudson County Bowling Deague will be he!d\lonv.jrro\v afternoon at Heflich’s alleys, Summit and Pattreon avenues. The same officers that con trolled the affairs of the last tournament will be In charge again and the experience -gained in that event Is sure to lead to several new features that are calculated to lead to the most successful tournament the county has known in years. AH the crack teams this side of the Hudson tt.ro in and the affair will be of the champion ship kind. The alleys are so arranged es to give the most desirable results. T.ney are true and built according to the regula tions, giving comfort and the benefit of the most modern Improvements and all desirable facilities. Tomorrow the form of officially adopting the schedule printed in last-' rdght’s “News” will be gone through, the discussion of prizes will set tle the amount to be awarded the most successful, teams and individuals, and necessary committees will be appointed to care for the various details. FOURTH REGIMENT GAMES. Big Crowd Saw Exciting Competi tions at the Weekly Meet East Night The weekly athletic competitions of the Fourth Regiment Athletic Association were resumed Hast night after a period of two weeks’ inactivity. The lay off had the effect of drawing a very large crowd last night and the rest seemed to do the athletes good, as the finishes were close and the times better. The summaries:~ 50 yards hurdle, handicap—First heat— Won by W. G. Edgar, Co. G.. scratch; J. E. Sohrbeck, Co. H., 8 yards'seeond; time, 8 seconds. Second heat—Won by Harry Barclay, Co. B, scratch; second. W. H. Coleman, Co. G., 4 yards. 'Time, 8 2-5 sec onds. Third heat—Won by Ferry Wes ton, Co. H., 4 yards; second, W. J. Mc Kenny, Co. G; time, 9 seconds. Semi final heat—Won by W. H. Coleman, Co. G, 4 yards; seoo-nd, J. E. Sohrbeck, Co. H, 8 yards; time, 9 seconds. Final heat—Won by Harry Barclay, Co. B, scratch; sec ond, W. J. Coleman, Co. G, 4 yards; third, Perry Weston, Co. A, 4 yards; time, 7 4-5 seconds. 410 yard-9 run, handicap—Worn by Frank Kotz. Co. G, 40 yards; second. Perry Wes ton, Co. A, 35 yards; third, William Payne. Co. G, 30 yardfe; time, 56 1-5 seconds. Hop, step and jump, scratch—Won by Harry Barclay, Co. B, 25 feet 6% inches; second, William Coleman, Co. G. 24 feet 9 Inches; third, Perry Weston, Co. A, 24 feet, 8 inches. One mile run, handicap—Won by John J. Burke, Co. B, scratch; second, William Christie, Co. B, scratch; third, William G. Edgar, Co. G, 25 yards. Time, 4 minutes 55 1-5 seconds. Two mile team skating race, scratch— Dead heat between Harry Barclay and W. Phillips, Co. B, and John J. Regan and H. Wardhaugh, Co. G; third. Perry Weston and W. Kent, Co. A. Time, 4 minutes 18 seconds. Running high jump, handicap—Won by William Christie, Co. B, with 5 feet; second, WT H. Coleman, Co. G., with 4 feet and 11 inches; third, H. Sterritt, 4 feet 11 inches. Coleman was the back mark man and got the place on that account. A tug of war between Company E and Team No. 2 of Company G, was won by the former by one inch. The time limit was five minutes. The teams:— Company E—George Phillips, Henry D. Hardekopf, L. W. Castons, Frank Schoonover. Company G, No. 2’ Teairf-W. H. Van Slyke, J. O. Van Slyke, H. Meyer, Rich ard Parker. Company D defeated Company G, first teams, by four inches. The teams:— Company G, No. 1 Team-Alex. Simon, Fred Parr, Frank Kotz, Bennett Vander minder. Company D Team—McMaster, Larrison, McCoy, Crawford. NIANTIC WHEELMEN CHANGES. Will Lut< Tknir Pr»M*t Im m«di»*«lT—Tk« AibmI Ball.'1 The Niantic Wheelmen have suffered 'the same as all 'the other cycle organiza tions from the general lack of interest in bicycle affairs which has been noticed in all quarters during the past few months. The majority of the members have not been as enthusiastic of late as they were earlier in the club’s career. The result Is ■that the nightly attendance at the club house has not been, as large as was an ticipated when the large and commodious building on. 'Mercer street was secured as a home for the organization. Everything went well enough while the novelty of the quarters was on the members, hut It soon became apparent that there was alto gether too much room in the .house. The officers Anally came to -the conclusion that It was advisable to change the quarters and move into some building not so large, but sufficient for the wants of the mem bers. With this view the officers have been searching for a new home a-nd have decided to locate in the vicinity of Jersey and 'Newark avenues. The move will be made immediately. The entertainment committee held a meeting last night and decided to hold •the fifth annual ball at Imperial Music Hall on February 5. The committee is composed of Edward Belton, Joseph Hayes. John McCorless, Bert Hugel and J. Le Cost. The affair will be one of the social events of the season among the •wheeling fraternity and is expected to surpass all previous affairs in. point of social and financial success. There will be many novel and interesting features at the ball that will add to the pleasure of the evening. _ NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN. International Cycling Association The International pycling Association will hold a meeting in Paris next month and the outcome of its consideration of at least one question will of the greatest importance to wheelmen in America. This body will decide to reorganize either the N. C. A. or the L. A. W. as, the body that controls bicycle racing in thig coun try. A partial list of the question that will be settled at that meeting follows:— First—The measures to be taken to secure the settlement of the accounts for the international meet held at Vienna. Second—The cycling situation in Ger many. Third—The application of the N. C. A. of America for affiliation with *he I. C. A. in place of the L. A. W. Fourth—The action of the French Union in-challenging the decisions of the I. G. A. Council, at Montreal,’by to Consider N. C. A, cognize the suspensions HUDSON COUNTY’S FAVORITE SHOPPING CENTRE. ANNUAL MIDWINTER SALE OF Underwear OPENS ON MONDAY, JANUARY 15 WE Can’t sell you gold dollars for 50 cents, nor can we offer new, just made, seasonable merchandise for half price. Any concern making such extravagant claims is not boasting—they are lying, and doing so in the hope that once customers can be Inveigled to enter their doors, that to induce them to buy will be easy* The straight way is the best, as time proves. The announcement that we have prepared a big sale of Muslin Underwear oi all kinds, as itemized below, that we will give as good values as it is possible considering the decided advances that have taken place in materials and labor during the past year, and that we will offer large and complete lines of Gowns Skirts, Drawers, Chemise and Corset Covers, made ot good, substantial muslins, embroideries and laces, and every garment warranted factory made, by first class, experienced manufacturers, will, we know, be as attractive to the ladies ot Hudson County as it has always been. LOT 1. 200 Dozen Ladies’ Cambric Corset Covers— Bound and square necks, sizes 32 ■to 44; easily worth 1214c., Sale price..VnO. LOT 2 Ladies’ White Muslin Draw ers and Corset Covers— Drawers with hem and 3 tucks, Corset Covers- Cambric, round and square necks, neatly trimmed with lace, value 19c., Sale price.12^c. LOT 3 Ladies’ Heavy Muslin Draw ers,Chemise and Corset Covers— Drawers hem and cluster of tucks, chemise neatly sewed and finished, corset cover V-shape, trimmed with wide embroidery, value 25c„ Sale price. ,19c. LOT 4 Ladies’ Drawers, Chemise and and Corset Covers— All\neatly trimmed with lace and embroidery, well made, value 39c., Bale price..2oc. LOT 5 Ladies’ Heav.y Muslin Gowns— (High neck, V shape and Empire, trimmedi with embroidery and cam bric ruffle, value 49c., Sale price...35c. LOT 6 Ladies’ Cambric and Muslin Gowns, Drawers, Chemise and Corset Covers— Richly trimmed! with lace and embroidery, not a garment worth less than 59c., Sale price.39e. LOT 7 Ladies’ Fine Muslin and Cam bric Gowns, Skirts, Drawers. Chemise and Corset Covers— All made In.'the latest styles, trim med witlh wide lace and embroid ery; you will find unusual bis values in this lot, worth 69c. and up, Sale price........i—,..49c. LOT 8 Ladies’ Fine Muslin Gowns, Skirts and Drawers— All finished with cluster tucks, lace and embroidery, all new styles of this season’s make, worth regu lar 86c., . Sale price.....694. LOT 9 Ladies’ Fine Cambric and Muslin Gowns, Skirts, Drawers and Chemise— Skirts and Drawers umlbrella shape, wide lace and embroidery trimmed, gowns and chemise tucked yoke richly trimmed with embroid ery, easily worth 98c., Sale price.....*....... 69c. LOT 10 Ladies’ Bpst Quality Muslin and Cambric Gowns, Skirts, Drawers and Corset Covers— These garments are all handsome ly trimmed with fine lace, embroid ery and cluster tucks, easily worth 11.00. Sale price...79c. LOT 11 Ladies’ Fine Cambric Gowns, Skirts, Drawers, Skirt Chemise and Corset Covers— Trimmed with best quality lace, embroidery and baby ribbon, made in the beet possible manner, value $1.93 and up, Sale price...*.9Sc. LOT 12 Ladies’ Best Quality Cambric Gowns and Skirts— ■Gowns, Empire and high neck, trimmedi with fine inserting and embroidery; skirts, umbrella flounce, trimmed with deep lace and embroidery and 3 tows of lace in serting. worth fully J1.49, Sale price...41.13 ! We Close at 6 P. 3VI* Except Saturdays. j ♦ A. W. and in giving official permission to French riders to race in America in races promoted by the N. C. A. Fifth—The international championships fo> 1900 and to decide if it is expedient to modify or annul the resolution passed at Montreal by which the meet was award ed to the French organizations. Sixth—The application of the Neder landsche Wielryders Bund to be affiliated in place of the Nederlansche Wiebren Unie. ERIE ROD AND GUN CLUB. First Shooting Tournament of the Year Held at Dexter Park. The Erie Rod and Gun Club held the first shooting tournament of the year yes terday at Dexter Park. The summaries: Club /Shoot, Seven Live Birds—Henry Dohrmann, Class AA, 28 yards, 7; George Humphries, Class A, 28 yards, 7; Charles Piate, Class AA, 28 yards, 6; George Fuchs, Class A, 28 yards, 6; Frederick Graef, Class AA, 28 yards, 5; John H. Plate, Class C, 26 yards, 5; Robert J. Maeder, Class C, 26 yards, 4; C. M. Tof fany, Class A, 28 yards, 4; William H. Roberts. Class B, 27 yards, 4; Charles H. Luhrssen, Class B, 27 yards, 3; D. L. Lynch, Class B, 27 yards, 3; Charles H. Runge, Class B, 27 yards, 2. Sweepstakes, Three Live Birds, three moneys—Fuchs, 3; Dohrmann, 3; C. Plate, 3; Humphries, 3: J. H. Plate, 2; Luhrssen, 3; Roberts 2; Tiffany, 1; Runge, 1. Shoot off of tie for first money, miss and out— Dohrmann, 7; Plate. 7; Humphries, 7; Fuchs, 3. The ties divided. Shoot-off for second money, miss and out—Plate, 2; Lynch, 1; Luhrssen, 1; Graef, 1; Roberts, 0. Shoot-off for third money, miss and out—Tiffany, 3; Runge, 2. BILLIARD TOURNEY STARTS. Hoboken Knights of the Cue Break Even in Zntcrcluh Series. The first series in the billiard tourna ment between the Valencia Boat Club and the Friday Night Club was played on Thursday night at the former club’s home. There was an unusually large crowd on hand to see the contests and the spectators found much to Interest them. There were two games. The re sult was an even, break, each club scor ing a victory. _ . The first game drew Moyer of the Fri day Night Club out against Walker of the Valencias. It was a great game and kept the audience enthusiastic through out. Neither player could get advantage enough to warrant the belief that he would win. Each led and then fell back, and. so it went until Walker made the brightest run of the game, 17 points. This put him in front for a time, but a bunch of £0 in four innings gave Moyer the front, but Walker finally won out Dy one ^Hanger of the Friday Night Club and Seis were the contestants in the second game. It was a walkover for the for mer. High run in this game was 18 CRICKETERS IN TROUBLE. Famous Staten Island Organisation to Sail the Livingston Properly. The financial troubles*- of the Staten Island Cricket Club have at last come to a crisis and the energies of the mem bers are bent in an effort to tide the famous organization over what threatens to be an insurmountable difficulty. Every effort was made to avoid the necessity of a step that would rob the organiza tion of any of its possessions, but it Is now apparent that this is impossible. At a recent meeting of the Board of Direc tors it was decided to offer for sale the Livingston property. The date set for the sale Is October 1 next. Some of the officers are now engaged in a move to organize a corporation to purchase the property and permit the club to continue as in the past and there is good ground for hope . in this scheme. R. St. G. Walker, president of the club, says he expects that plans will be adopted at the next meeting, which will enable the clubs to be carried on the same as here tofore. FIRST IN PEACE, FIRST IN WAR, FIRST IN THE THROATS OF OUR COUNTRYMEN. All the good judges of Whis key-first, last and all the time—stand by CROW RYE That’s the advan tage of being known as the best It is a true Hand-mad* Sour Maih Kentucky Whiskey, and has never be*n equalled. H.B.Kirk & Go., Sole Bottlers HEW YORK. GRAND ANNUAL BALL AND MILITARY PROMENADE CONCERT OF THE SIEGEL COOPER CO. EIPLOYEES’ ASSN. AT MADISON SQ. GARDEN SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 13 -1900. Military Concert begins at 8 P. M., by Fanciulli’s 71st Regiment Band, to be fol lowed by dancing, for which the music will be furnished by Schwab’s celebrated orchestra. Tickets, One Dollar, for sale at the Big Store. Ask any clerk for them. MONEY TO LOAN AT SIX l on Furniture, Pianos and PER CENT. f all kinds of Household INTEREST, j Goods. You have tne use --o of the money and goods and can pay it back In weekly or monthly payments. Easy payment reduces the prin cipal and Interest. C. J. IGOE, Room 1, 41 Montgomery Street, Jersey City. Hudson Tel. No. 114. . STATE OF NEW JERSEY—DEPARTMENT of State—Certiflcat of Dissolution. To all to whom these presents may come, Greeting :-*r ■Whereas, it appears to my satisfaction, by duly authenticated record of the proceedings for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the ! unanimous consent of all the stockholders, de I posited ><h my office, that The C. W. Pike , Company, a corporation of this State, whose principal office is situated at No. 241 Wash ington street, in the City of Jersey City, Coun i ty of Hudson, State of New Jersey (Isaac S. , Taylor being agent therein and in charge : thereof, upon whom process' may be served), i has complied with the requirements of ,:An | Act concerning corporations (Revision of 189«),” I preliminary to the issuing of this certificate I of dissolution. ^ _ i Now, therefore, I, George Wurts, Secretary of State of the State of New Jersey, do hereby certify that the said corporation did, on the fourth day of December, 1S99, file In my office a duly executed and attested consent in writ ing to the dissolution of said corporation, exe cuted by ail the stockholders thereof, which said consent and the. record Of the proceeding* aforesaid are now on file in my said off ice. as provided by law. „ „ , In Testimony Whereof, I have hereto set my hand and affixed rhy official seal, at [Seal.] Trenton, this fourth day of Decem ber, A. D. eighteen hundred and ninety-nine. QEOROB ^ Secretary of State. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY. To William George Goodwin:— By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, made on the day of the date hereof, in a cause wherein Fanny Goodwin is petitioner and you are defendant, you are required to appear, plead, answer or demur to the petition of said petitioner, on or before nineteenth day of February, A. D, 1900, or that in default thereof, such decree will be made against you as the Chan cellor shall think equitable and Just. The said petition is filed against you for a divorce from the bonds of matri mony. Dated December 18th, 1899. HUDSPETH & PUSTER, Solicitors for Petitioner, 259 Washington Street, Jersey City, N. J. HUDSON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT. Benjamin Altman, trading as B. Altman & Company, plaintiffs, vs. Ada E. Atkins, de fendant. In attachment—On contract. 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RAILROADS. LEHIGH VALLEY. D ll Leave Pennsylvania Railroad Statlo except Sunday. Other trains dallv, 7.14 A.M. Local for EASTON. 8.2 3 A.M. Fof BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS and West, and principal local points. Parlor and Dining Cars. Connects for Coal Branches. + 412.14 P.M. "BLACK DIAMOND EX SRESS.” Handsomest train in the world mited to seating capacity. „ . _ Due Buffalo 9 55 P M.; connecting with through Sleepers to Detroit and Chicago, Dining car service a la carte. 1.16P.M. 44.22 P.M. For WILKES-BARRE SCRANTON, Coal Branches and interme diate pointa S.83 P.M Local for MATCH CHUNK. 6.23 P.M. CHICAGO Vestibule Limited. ThrourhSleeping Cars to Chicago and Toronto 8.15P. M. Exposition Express for BUFFALO and TORONTO. 9.17 P. M. For ITHACA, ROCHESTER BUFFALO and West Sleeping Cars to Chicago. SOUTH PLAINFIELD and BOUND BROOK looas daily exetuit Sunday. 9.53 A. M-, 4.33 and 3.33 and 9.45 P. j Tickets and Pullman accommodations at P on sylvania Railroad Station. ,___ N. V. Transfer Co. will call for and check baggage tom hotel or residence throuxtto destination. NOTICE TO CREDITORS - ESTATE OP CHRISTOPHER WELLS, deceased; Elizabeth Wells, executrix of Christopher Wells, deceased, by order of the Surrogate of Hudson County, dated October 6th, 1899. hereby gives notice to the creditors of said decedent to bring In their debte. demands and claims against the estate of said decedent, under oath or affirmation, within nine months from the date of said or der or they will be forever barred of any action therefor against said executrix. ELIZABETH WELLS. NOTICE OP SETTLEMENT — NOTICE IS hereby given that the final account of the subscriber, administrator of estate of Annie C. O’Neill, deceased, will be audited and stated by the’ Surrogate of the County of Hudson, and reported for settlement on Friday, the 22d day of December next. Dated November 15th, A. D. 1899. BICHARD J. O’NEILL. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT — NOTICE IS hereby given that the account of the sub scribers, trustees of the estate of Freeman A. Smith, deceased, will be audited and stated by the Surrogate of the County of Hudson and reported for settlement on Friday, the 3d day Of November next. Dated Sept. 36th, A. D. 1899. HATTIE C. SMITH. JOHN SCOTT. ROBERT D. MILLER. WEST-SHORE “RAILROAD^ PICTURESQUE LINE OF TRAVEL TO THE NORTH AND WEST. THE NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE. Trains leave Franklin street (North River) station. New York, as follows, and fifteen min utes later from foot W. 42d street, N. R. Ter minal station at Weehawken, N. J., can he reached via trains of N. J. J. Rd., leaving I’euu. R.' R. Depot at Jersey City:— 8:15 A. M. daily for Haverstraw. West Point, Cornwall, Newburgh, Kingston and Albany, 7:15 A. M. daily. Albany and Montreal. Ii. 11:15 A. M. daily, except Sunday, fer Cranston's, West Point, Kingston, New Paltz, Lakes Mohonk and Minnewaska, Catskill Mountains, Albany, Saratoga and Lake George. Parlor Car to Albany. 12:45 P. M., CONTINENTAL LIMITED, daily* for Albany, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, and St. Louis. Arrives Chicago and St. Louis next afternoon. Dining Car attached. C. 3:45 P. M. daily, except Sunday, for Con gers, Cranston's, West Point, Cornwall, New burgh and intermediate stations to Albany, 6:15 P. M., Chicago and St. Louis Limited, daily, for Montreal, Utica, Syracuse, Roch ester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Toronto, De troit, Cleveland, Chicago and St. Louis. 8:00 P. M. dally, except Sunday, for Utica, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Hamilton and Toronto. 9:15 P. M. daily, for Albany, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, To Cleveland and Chicago. B. C.—Leaves Brooklyn Annex:—B, 10:45 ronto, Detroit, A. M.; C, 2:45 P. M. Jersey City, P. R. R. Station:—B, 11:20 A. M.; C, 3:35 P. M. Haverstraw Locals:—|-6:45 A. M. (W. 42d street 7:15 A. M.); -|-2:3t). -|-4:15, -1-5:15, -|-5:45, -|-7:30. ||9:45 and *11:30 P. M. Newburgh Locals: -|-8:35, *10:05 A. M.; -1-5:00, *6:15, Kingston Local, -1-1:00 P. M. •Daily. ||Sundays only. -'-Except Sunday. Wagner Sleeping Cars for Albany. Utica. Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Detroit, Cleveland and Chicago on through trains. Westcott s Express check baggage through to destination. For Cab or Carriage, 'phone 4950 Cortlandt. For tickets, time-tables, parlor and sleeping car accommodations or information apply offices:—Brooklyn, Nos. S3$, 239, 726 Fulton street; Annex Office, foot of FuLton street. New York City: Nos. 113, 415. 671%**— hf Broadway: Nq. 61 West One Hunli ^nd Twenty-fifth street, and at Stations, • C. E. LAMBERT. Gen’l Passenger Agent, Grand Central Station. New Yorll, LADIES naSSIST US. 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