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Demonstration Ends Saturday THE furst CO. Casey Correr Materials or Every Description Railroad Avenue, JERSEY CITY, N. J., FRIDAY, SEl’TEMUER, 38, 1003. Newark \venue Notes of Sustained Power_ When a business goes with the rush and whirl of this mart, the very power of the movement is apt to create a reverse*current that stops the outflow temporarily. But so perfect is the system, so vigorous the policy, so forceful the merchandising here, that increased energy and ambition hurry along hand in hand. Never was this exemplified more strongly than in the Preliminary Opening just closing. Even the vile weather could not prevent buying and sight seeing. And while the sights here are well worth seeing and far surpass/everything hitherto known in Jersey City, they will be pushed far to the rear at^thc Second and Formal Opening in October, when the stores are complete and the royal stocks now here are augmented by the arrival of the most superb additions ever shown outside the Metropolitan District. The FURST Stores are notes of sustained power. Saturday’s Sumptuous Specials. Women’s Autumn Suits Grey or Brown WALKING SUIT; Norfolk or a-k Blouse Coat, 7-gore flare skirt; worth 15.00,at Black. Blue or Grey-Blue MAN-TAILORED | n rr fr SUITS, silk lined coat; worth 18.00, at.14.* Green. Blue, Red or Black Peau de Soie SHIRT WAIST SUITS; drop skirt; worth * q - 25.00, at.IV. iO Women’s Autumn Waists Black Brilliantine WAISTS, sizes 32 to 44 tucked front and back; worth 2.00, at. 1.59 The “Duchess” French Flannel WAISTS, hem -* qo stitched tucks, every color; worth 3.00, at. X.tfO Black or Colored Taffeta Silk WAISTS, tuck o qo clusters front and back; worth 4.00, at. Ribbons 3%-inch Satin TAFFETA RIBBON. white, black and colors; advertised elsewhere as worth 25 cents and a bargain at 10 cents, at. 7%-iuch Plaid NOVELTY RIBBON of very tine grade; worth all of 1.00 a yard, at. 14-inch linen-back Colored RIBBON in all wanted tones; worth 50 cents a piece of 10 yards, at. 5-inch Satin Taffeta RIB BON, white, black and colors; worth 23 cents, at... 7-inch Panne or Peau de Soie RIBBON, black and colors; worth 75 cents, at. .. 5-inch lustrous, soft Black Moire Antique RIBBON; worth 50 cents, at.. • . • 15c 79c 39c 25c 49c 39c Women’s Shoes Women’s Dongola Button or Lace BOOTS, new lasts; -g A Q worth 2.50, at. Women’s Bor Calf Lace BOOTS: military heels; sy worth 3.00, at. Women’s Fine Dongola Lace BOOTS: military q heels; worth 3.00, at. Women’s Vici Kid Button or Lace BOOTS; elite toes, q QQ worth 4.00, at. VO Women’s Vici Kid'Button or Lace BOOTS, patent q QC tips; worth 4.00, at. £t*VO Women’s Hand-sewn Pat ent Celt Lace BOOTS, new o erg lasts; worth 5.00, at. Millinery Tailor-made SAILORS, soft felt, bell crown, stitch ing and quill, all colors; worth 2.00, at. TURBANS, draped with .stitched cloth and quills; worth 1.50, at. TURBANS and HATS in Mohair silk, velvet quills, etc.; worth 3.00, at. Best grade white Beaver, napped FLATS; worth 5.00 to 0.50, at. Season’s best shapes in Silk Velvet HATS; worth 2.00, at. Black HATS and TUR BANS in Silk Moire, velvet, etc., worth 4.00, at. Domestics 45x30 - inch PILLOW CASES, best bleached mus lin. well finished; worth 15 cents, at.. 2%s2%-yard SHEETS, best bleached muslin: 2% inch hem; worth 05 cents, at. Marseilles pattern BED SPREADS, with or with out fringe; worth 1.49, at... COMFORTABLES, best silkoline cover and lining; pure cotton filled; worth 1.79, at. 11-4 Eastern Wool BLAN KETS. colored borders; worth 2.00, at. Full-size all-wool California BLANKETS: extra heavy; worth 0.00, at. 1.25 1.19 1.97 3.97 1.47 2.97 9^c 45c 98c 1.25 1.49 4.98 Hosiery, E.tc. Women’s Maco Cotton, fast black, STOCKINGS, double heels and toes, elas tic tops, worth 20 cents, at. . Women’s Lace Lisle Thread Seamless STOCKINGS, new designs; worth 25 cents, at. Hisses’ Narrow rib, fast black, regular made STOCKING S. double knees, heels and toes, sizes (i to 9, worth 20 cents, at.. Boys’ corduroy, stainless, seamless black STOCK INGS, double knees; sizes (! to 10; worth 19 and 23 cents, at. Hisses’ Jersev-rib, fleeced VESTS and DRAWERS, sizes 3 to 7; worth 35 cents, at. Women’s Jersey-rib, fleeced VESTS and DRAWERS, a bit imperfect; worth 35 cents, at.. FurnisHings Hen’s striped and figured Dimity NEGLIGEE SHIRTS; worth (10 cents, at.. Newest design? and colors in Hen’s Autumn NECK WEAR; worth 50 cents, at. Hen’s Outing Flannel NIGHTSHIRTS, heavy grade; worth 50 cents, at. . Hen's seamless, stainless Black Cotton SOX, spliced heels and toes; worth 12% cents; at 4 pair for 25 cents, or a pair.. Hen’s best Percale Bosom SHIRTS, stripes and fig ures; worth 1.25, at.. Men’s light blue or Jaeger color fleeced UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS; worth 50 cents, at 75 cents a suit, or each. 14c 15c 14c 15c 25c 19c 39c 33c 39c 7c 9Sc 38c Newark. Ave. TheFURST Jersey City. CHANGES IN THE FOURTH Promotions and Retirements at the Opening of the Drill Season. ESTES, CAPTAIN, CO. M. Honorable Discharges and Warrants Issued—Gener al Orders No. 18. General orders No. 18 will be issued tonight at the Fourth Regiment Armory announcing a large number of important slianges in the personnel of the regiment. The orders are as follows:— OFFICERS ELECTED AND COM MISSIONED. Company M—Second Lieutenant El Iridge W. Estes, Company K, to be cap tain; Privates Edward A. Knack to be First Lieutenant, and Francis F. Tonn to be Second Lieutenant, July 7, 1902. OFFICER RESIGNED. Company I—First Lieutenant William B. Brister, August 1, 1902. NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. The following non-commissioned ofli ters having passed the required exami lation have been duly warranted: N. C. S.—Sergeant Joseph B. Gies, Company H, to be Regimental Comrnis lary Sergeant, September 15, 1902. Company D—Corporals Denman B. Pennington and Joseph II. Hazley to be Sergeants; Private Thomas J. McCabe io be Corporal, May 6, 1902. Company E—Corporal Joseph H. Zum iusch to be Sergeant, May 28, 1902. Company I—Corporals Francis L. Mel rille and Austin H. Cunyon to be Ser jeants; Private John B. Holding, Jr., io be Corporal, June 2, 1902. Company M—Privates Paul Blocher ind Martin P. Battle to be Sergeants, fuly 7, K902. HONORABLY DISCHARGED. N. C. S.—Battalion Sergeant Major William Martin, August 29; Color-Ser jeant Nathaniel Dunseath, September 1; Battalion Hospital Steward Henry E. loel, August 14, 1962. F. M.—Private, Edward E. Bronson, Fuly 5; Edward J. Riker, August 4; Charles F. Zeeb, July 25, 1902. Co. A—Quartermaster-Sergeant T. Perry F. Weston, July 26, 1902. Go. B—Privates Robert H. Barker, kueust 7; Eugene G. Cone, J^ly 4, 1902. Co. C—Corporals William A. 0. Wai ter, August 2: Olof A. Netterman, Sep tember 1; Privates George DuuseSth, August 3; Harry J. Moran, August 12; William J. Wliitten, August 1, 1902. Co. D—Quartermaster-Sergeant Sam uel E. Larison, July 9; Privates Jolin F. Bergen. July 31: Thomas F. Donohue, September 11, 1902. Co. E—Sergeant Helmuth E. Meyer, September 5; Private William H. Boor man, August 29, 1902. Co. F—Privates John R. Bell, June 30; George Hobbs, Jr., Thomas Yates, August 6; Arthur E. James, July 24, 1902. Co. K—Quartermaster-Sergeant John Sehlieting, Commissary-Sergeant Henry Steinkraus, August 7: Corporal Augustus F. Gerkcn, July 3; Privates Oscar Boh nert, August 7; Paul Oliswaldt, Herman Woiter, August 29; Henry II. Wiesehan, September 1, 1902. --♦ ALL GROCERS MAY JOIN. Local Association Votes to Increase Its Membership. The Jersey City Grocers’ Association met last evening at its headquarters on Third street, and, at the suggestion of President Weitkamp. adopted a reso lution permitting grocers from all parts of the city to become members. A committee reported on the outing to Greenwood Lake. It was a success and sufficient money was made to give a stag on October 9. TO HAVE ASSISTANT PASTOR The Consistory of the Free Reformed Church, Grand street, met Monday even ing and decided that an assistant minis ter should be secured to assist the pastor, the Rev. James Stofflett. Since Mr. Stofflett has been in this church the membership and the work have grown to such an extent that an assistant is considered necessary. No one has been selected. -4 ADMITS TAKING BRASS. For several days thefts of brass have been reported to the police of the Ocean avenue station house by the officials of the Standard Oil Company in Green ville. Gust evening Detective Bennett after an investigation arrested James Langdon, of Astoria, Staten Island, charging him with the thefts. Langdon admitted taking the brass, which was worth $35, and selling it to junkmen. Dr. J. B. FARRELL, 'farsay City’s - - tPainicss ^Dentist. Full Sot of Tooth (that fit) $5.00 Chown Akd Bridge Wobk a Specialty, —All Work Guaranteed 10 Years.— Painless Dental Parlors 153 AiAVAtfK AVI., (mp. i tie et, Tel - pfcoue Jf o: ;wi Hours-? a. in. »t> v y. m. Sundays id * m 4 f. ffl PAWN TICKETS STOLEN Mrs. Lee, Accused, Denies She Got Mrs. Falconer’s Jewels. Mary Lee, of No. 188 Lane street, was arraigned in the Second Criminal Court this morning charged with stealing pawn tickets and redeeming articles pawned by Mrs. Annie Falconer, of No. 26 Porter street. The complainant had been unfortunate and reduced to such straits that she was obliged to pawn her wedding ring and other articles. Mrs. Lee denies the charges. The case was laid over until tomorrow morning in order to allow both sides to secure witnesses. STEAMBOATS, SUNDAY STEAMERS JOY ) $2,00 to Boston, LINE j to Providence. The Fast and Elegant Steamers. LARCHMONT AND TREIVSONT Leave Pier 35 E. It. foot of Cath erine Street, New York. Every Day Including Sundays, at 5 P. M. Staterooms Reserved In Advance. Cut Rates to all New England Points $3 to Boston. By direct steamer, all the way by water from New York Wednesdays and Saturdays, 6 P. M. Returning, leave Boston from Atlas Stores, 6 P. M. on Wednesday and Saturday. On Purity*, 4fB!STtBtD ilDCRO’ QOi.3 JIEDAti AWARDED PARIS. :>» People will want a dozen blocks to have a prescription put up by a druggist of reputa tion. Many people And It to their inter est to use a whiskey with an enduring rep utation Ilka If bought at a respect able store they are sure of having the best money will buy. DIRECT STEAMER CHEAPEST AND BEST TRIP ON THE AMERICAN COAST. OFFICE OF D. WOLFF & CO. Clothing a n t> CI o a I? s 46-48 Newark Avenue, Telephone SKi. JERSEY CITY, N. J. jf’all Opening. Jersey City, September 26, 1902. You are cordially invited to attend THE GRAND OPENING of our newly remodelled store, on Saturday, September 27th, 1902. Every thing i3 new, STORE FRONT, STOCK and in fact a general improvement not only in presenting a grand appearance, but a complete revival of system, to make it a pleasure and inducement to visit and trade with us. Our Fall and Winter Stock shall be the most complete and up-to-date Wearing Apparel ever shown in any store in New Jersey. Small profits,, honest, reliable goods and fair treatment, the basis of our dealings. With such principles as OUR STANDARD, we should be encouraged to success. Our Motto has always been, TO PLEASE YOU. If you will pay us a visit, bring j’our friends and relative^, we shall appreciate it. We shall present a HANDSOME SOUVENIR whether you make a purchase or not, if you present this invitation. Thanking you for past favors and hoping we may merit your future patronage, ' ' We are very truly yours, D. WOLFF & CO. AMUSEMENTS ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Eve’s at 8.10—Wed. and Sat. Mats. 2*10. THE KING OF DETECTIVES Next Week—“THE CLIMBERS.” BON TON Theatre ALL THIS WEEK Francesca Redding ft Company. Matthews ft Harris. Waxgdoodle Comedy Quartette. And 9 other Big Acts. INSTRUCTION GIVEN ON THE VIOLIN, BAUCHLE’S ORCHESTRA JOHN BAUCHLE, VIOLINIST. Music Furnished for all Occasions 68 Ocea n Ave. II2 & 114 Eanlorth Av Near Gates Ave. 197 Newark Ave. Jersey City, N. J. LARGE AND COM MODIOUS DRESSING ROOMS svro on the Now Pullman Sleeping Cars of the "GREAT WESTERN LIMITED" running Every night between Chicago end St. Paul end Minneapolis via Chicago. Great Western Railway J. f. ELMER, General Passenger Agent, 113 Adams St. CHICAGO. FREE FOR MALES AND FEMALES. WILL BE OPENED ON OCTOBER 6, -IN School No. 3, Bright St. School No. 4, Eighth St. School No. 8 Sherman Ave School No. n Bergen Sq, School No. 14 Union St. High School (Central) Bay St. Kales and Femals will be received in all Schools. —'The Central Evening School, which will be located in the High School Build ing, is designed for advanced pupils. Classes will be formed in Stenography, Bookeeping, German, English, Arithme tic and Drawing. All the schools will be opened for the registration of pupils on October 1, 2 and 3. . The sessions will be held on Mondays, Tuesdays. Thursdays aim Fridays, and will begin at 7.15 1*. M.' ' By order of the Board of Education. JOHN H. WARD V~ President. IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST If jou want a Piano that will be a credit to your home and render a life time of • useful service. Notwithstanding its high repute with musicians, it costs comparatively little more than the ordinary kind. A large number of Upright. -PIANOS including celebrated makers, slightly used, which were taken in exchange for our own product. i $85, $100, $125, $145, $165, all have been thoroughly repaired at our factories. THE FAMOUS IjEOKlEFf.IjIHrG PIANOS ON EASY PAYMENTS. NEW PIANOS TO RENT. RENT APPLIED. WISSNER BUILDING, 138 Newark Avenue. Between Grove and Erie Streets Jersey City. Open Evenings. TAILORING TAILORING DAVIS TAILORING CO. New Big Tailoring House. Everything New, Up-to-Date. 100 Montgomery St., cor. Warren St. WE INVITE EVERYBODY to coins and inspect tvlint we believe is. without exception, the MOST COMPLETE AND UP-TO DATE TAILORING HOUSE in the State. OUR FALL AND WINTER DISPLAY ARE COMPLETE WE CAN SUIT ALL TASTES IN Suitings. Overcoatings or Trouserings & Silt Vestings. AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. We employ professional Cutters and Tailors. EVERY GARMENT MADE BY 1)3 IS GORANTEED Material, fit, style and workmanship must be perfect. 100 Montgomery St., Jersey City MW »*♦«»< »» -'M *t*w' 2 IB NHL RE. 1 VltXJTUItF. JOHN MULLINS & SONS X If you are looking for real money saving economy you will find it right here in ]\ our store. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ EXTENSION TABLES. Golden Oak, nicely finished, square top, 6 feet; reguarly $6.00 Special. 4.50 Golden Oak, nicely square top, 6 feet; regularly $8.00 Special. finished, 5.75 . Golden Oak, nicely round top, 6 feet; regularly $8.50 Special. finished 6.25 Golden Oak, nicely round top, 6 feet; regularly $11.50 Special. finished, 8.50 17,75 SIDEBOARDS. Golden Oak, carved top, 3 feet t in. wide, French bevel mirror regularly $23.50 Special . Golden Oak, 3 feet 8 in. wide, French bevel mirror, regularly $24.00 infill Special .| QiUU Golden Oak, Carved top, 3 feet 8 in. wide, French bevel mirror regularly $31.50 Special . Golden Oak, carved top, 4 feet a in. wide, French bevel mirror S5SS?T.f^.. 129.00 Golden Oak, carved top, 5 feet wide, French beVel mirror, sepSr'7,54.5O.40.00 23.00 SEWING MACHINES $11.98 UP. BEAUTIFUL SMYRNA RUGS At bargain prices. Best qualities, newest designs. tLS.OO for beautiful $25 rugs. 12.75 for beautiful $18 rugs. $7.50 for beautiful $10 rugs. $1.50 for beautiful $3 rugs. $1.25 for beautiful $1.75 rugs. JOIS ITJIIIUS & SOUS. JERSEY CITY Newark Ave. & Grove St NEWARK 218-220 Market St. BROOKLYN 78 to 84 Myrtle Avemiflu ■ " ■"■■■■ ■ ■ li AIL KO ADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD, THE STANDARD RAILROAD OF AMERICA IN EFFECT SEPTEMBER 15. 1902. Trains leave Jersey City as follows: FOR THE WEST. o ic a xr daily, Fast Mail, limited to two Buffet Parlor Cars, Jersey City to Pittsburg1. Sleeping Car Pittsburg to Chicago. (No coaches “» 14‘AbUM.'? dally. Fast Line, with Buffet Parlor Car to Pittsburg. Pullman Sleeping C10r.14 A^M.^diny.'the'oele'brated Pennsylvania Limited, the pioneer of this class of tne ser vice composed exclusively of Pullman \esti bule Compartment, Sleeping, Dining, Observa tion and Smoking Cars lighted by stationary and movable electric lights, for Plttsburge Chicago, Cleveland, Toledo, Cincinnati, Indian nnnli< Louisville and St. Louis. *2 13 P M the Pennsylvania Special—20-IIour Train to Chicago. Pullman Observation, Drawing-room. Sleeping. Dlnmg and Buffet Sn2 H1lpB Modally. Chicago and SC Louis Ex press with Vestibule Sleeping and Dining Cars. F lf and Chicago. Connects for Toledo. Tl^ug^lleeping CarSo Nashville (via Cin cinnati and Louisville) and Inotanapo.is 6 13 P M dally, St. Louis Express for Pitts burg, Columbus. Indianapolis. Louisville and e, T ouls Pullman Sleeping car to St. Louis. Ssis P M daily. Western Express, with v-Lnh.fle Sleeping Cars to Pittsburg and Chicago! For Toledo, except Saturday. Dm.ng Cflri4 P M dally, Pacific Express. Pullman Qii’ii'rvff Car to Pittsburg and Chicago. Con Sleep.ng Cleveland except Saturday. Daily fo^ Knoxville. Tenn.. via Shenandoah Valley RS I4e'p M dally. Cleveland and Cincinnati Fxuress Pullman Vestibule Sleeping Cars to Pittsburg. Cleveland and Cincinnati. Din.ng BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON AND THE rjnlHmore, Washington and the South at « (Dining Car). 11.14 (Dining r i ■ M-llt (Dining Car). 1.15, 2 33 (2.44 Car) limited, Parlor Cars and Penn C0,nf„b rIiw” Diitiw Car), 3.45 (Dining sylrania Ratm Caf) 5 14 (Dining Car), and LmL J (2.30 night. On Sunday, 8.44. M- (Dining car) 11.14 (Dining Car) A. M.. 1.14 Car) 115 (2.44 Congressional Limited (Dining carb Pennsylvania Railroad Dining Par or Cars ami r , (Dining Car), 5.14 ?™n'm* Car) and 9.44 P. M. and 12.30 night. ^Southern Railway-Express. 3.4a. 4.4a P. M„ “NorWk'/nd'western^aHway-For Memphis anAtlantTe <Coas!’ Line-Express. 9.45 A. M. and ’•4C4h«a|akTohto Rallwa^.15 A. M. week lISS. dai!y- POR PHILADELPHIA. £xS’p?% 4r, no. 14 Pennsylvania Limited), 10.32 H4'cirt and 11.14 (Dining Car) A. M.: (Dining Lan. (Dining Car). 2 32. .3.13, 3.45 12.1* 114 y*'4 13, 4.44, 4.45 (Dining Car), 5.14, (Dining car), 6 15 (Dlning car), 8.14, 8.44. 613 (Pi4 B M , and 12 30 r|gh(- Sunday, 6.34, 9.14. £.44 a 14 '9.45 (Dining Car). (10.14 Penn 8.16. 8 ”-, ,lited) 10.15. 11.14 (Dining Car) sylvanla (Dining Car). 1.16, 2.14 (Dining Car), A. “mi ne car), 4.13. 4.43 (Dining Car). 5.14 3.4c (Dining G13 (Dining Car). 6.15 (Dining (Dining ? ^ 9 44 p M and ,s w n,ght. Car), dilation. 1115 -4- M. 4.52 and 7.15 Aecomm«aai Sundays. 5.15 and 7.15 P. M. P. M- anfantlc City. 12.30 (10.22 Saturdays only) F°r„u A II . 1215. 114. 2.32 P. M. (10.13 and 11-14 a. 314 p M through Vestlbnled A- Buffet Parlor Cars. Passenger Coah Tr2’ rv,rnbined Coach) week-days; and 12.30. and Com (through Vestibuled Train with 5.J4 and ■■ Dining and Smoking Cara and Mbuied Coaches) A. M. Sundays. w'?®r^Atlantic City via Delaware River Bridge 7.44 A. M„ 12.15. 2.32 and 5.14 5OUi*: weS-daya; 12.20. 6.34, 11.14 A. M. and 6‘ForVapeSMay)y*2S0 A. M„ 11.14, 1.15 P. M. week-days; 12.30 A. M. Sundays. For Long Branch. Asbury Park. Ocean C?raT». Point Pleasant, and intermediate stations, via Rahway “00, 9.15 A. M.. 12.34. 2.44, 31*2. 4*2. 5 23 and 7.14 P. M. On Sunday. ld.Cd A. M.. 5 28 P M. (Stop at Interlaken for Asbnr» Park or Ocean Orove on Sunday.) Tha New fork Transfer Company will call for and cheek baggage from and to hotels and residences. __ J B HUTCHINSON, J. R. WOOD. Oen'l Manager. Qen'l Passenger Agent. > 1 swede »m *d' RAILROADS, west-shore “RAILROAD == PICTURESQUE LINE OF TRAVEL TO THE NORTH AND WEST. THE NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE. leave Franklin street (North River) station, New York, as follows, and hfte~n m.nutes later from foot W. «d street, N. it. leimlnal station at Weehawken, N. J.. can Penr„eaC»eV“? tralQ‘ N' J' *■ M.. leaving l^enn. K. R. depot at Jersey City:— * s:io A. M. daily for Haverstraw, West Poin' 7-IO>riiUa ii Kingston and Albany ' stations^* dal y# Albany and intermediate ®* 11:20 A. M. daily, except Sunday, for Cranston s, West Point, Kingston, New Palta. L*akcs Mohonk and Minnewaska, Caiskill Mountains, Albany and Utica. 12:45 p- M., Rip Van Wtnkie Flyer, dally ,.mCDPubu,litt1y' ror^Catskill Mountains. 1.00 P. M., Chicago Express, daily. a ivp’ . CoafttrtttUri Limited, dally, for Albany, Utica, Syracuse. Rochester. Buffalo. Cleveland, Detroit. Ch*eaga and bt. Louis. Arrives Chicago and St. LouU next afternoon. Dining Car attached al Kingston.. D; *'■ M- daily, except Sunday, for Cat* kill Mountains. D• 2:45P. M. daily, except Sunday, for Con gers, Cranston s, West Point, Cornwall. New burgh and intermediate stations to Albany. 6:00 , ¥•* Chicago anr’ St. Louis Limited, daily, for Montreal, East Utica, Syracuse. Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Detroit. Cleveland, Chicago and St. Louis. 7:4o. P. M. daily, except Sunday, for East Utica, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Hamilton, Toronto, Detroit aad SL Louis. 9:15 P. M. dally, for Albany, Syracuse, Rochester. Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Hamilton, Toronto, Detroit. Cleveland and Chicago. D—Leaves Brooklyn Annex:—B, +10:45 A. M.: D, +3:06 P. M. Jersey City, P. R. r. Station* B, +11:20 A. M.; D, +3:35 P. M. Ha verst raw Locals:—+6.<5 A. M.: +2:25. *4:24 (W. 42d st. 4:30 P. M.), +5:00 P. M, +5:26 (\V. 42d st. 5:30 P. M.), +6:00, +7:46. |il0:0fl and *11:30 P. M. Newburgh Locals:—*§:20, *10:00, +13:15 P. M.I *4:45, *6:35 P. M. (6:45 W. 42d 3t.) Kingston Local:—*1:0o p. M. •Dally. HSundays only. +Except Sunday. Pullman Sleeping Cars for Albany, Utica. Syracuse, Rochester. Buffalo. Niagara Falls. Detroit, Cleveland and Chicago on through trains. Westecott’s Express check baggage through to destination. For Cab or Carriage, ’phone 900. For tickets, time-tables, parlor and sleep’ns car accommodations or Information applv offices:—Brooklyn, Nos. 338. 343. 726 Fulton street: Annex Office, foot of Fulton street New York City: Nos. 113, 359, 671 and 1211 Broadway: No. 133 West One Hundred and Twenty-fifth street, and at stations. A. H. SMITH. General Supt. C. E. LAMBERT, Gen’l Passenger Aren* iloom 20*. Transit Building, 7 E. Forty-second street. New York. LEHIGH VALLEY Trains arrive and depart from P. R. R. Station, t Dally except Sunday. Other trains dally. . t4 22 p m_Wyoming Valley Express.... fl.Ol P K t5.83 p sf.Easton Local. 4.80 p m: 6.IX) p iChicago A Toronto Vestibule Kap. *8.18 p M 8.15 PM — THE BITPPALO TRAIN.... 8.07 x * Tickets and Pullman accommodation* at PennsyL Tania Railroad Station. Leave Jersey City • Easton Local, Buffalo Locitl 7.38 a M I 8nice Who Hay. U«.J Th«m LAUILO S«comm»nd at tb# BtST nit. Kiifi’i Bur Crown Brand PENNYROYAL PILLS. . Uiwd for yw« by leading apocialista. Hcadrede ofHrfi. ■Maiala. Atrial will convince you of their InulnaicvalPi tncme of tuppreaaioa. Sand ten eetta for aompia ud kook. All lira **!••* or by wall $1.50 box. IMS MEG!CINE CO., Bax 1930, BOSTON, MASS. »«u* «.* MUf 4*tiwa »u uvut.