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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1900.
H Theatrical 1 I "v- '- - 1 Fraternal 1 THE GALVESTON FLOOD. William Josseiyn' s pictorial illustra tion of the Galveston flood, which is Mo be given on Sunday evening at the Jacques, is arousing widespread inter est, as it offers an opportunity of real izing the extraordinary havoc wrought by the hurricane in this, flourishing 'lexns city. More tnan a nunareu pic- Abraham Koberts, he was educated at tures will be shown by Mr .Tosselyn. j Clift Etoll) Sandhtirst and Addis each one made from a photograph cobe and at the ajre of 19 reCeivedhis taken on the spot and reproduced by a imnhi caudle power siereopucon. i making a picture twenty-eight feet i square. Jlr Josseiyn will accompany the illustrations with a descriptive lec ture which will enable the audience to get a clearer and more comprehen sive view of the damage done. It is a most interesting and instructive way to get an idea of the cyclone and its ' awful work in Galveston, and the Jacques should hold a very large au dience on Sunday evening. Seats go on sale to-morrow. "SHERLOCK HOLMES." The sale of seats opens to-morrow morning for William Gillette's magnifi cent production of "Sherlock Holmes" on Monday evening at Poli's. and a tremendous rush is expected. Al though Mr Gillette has never before : visited ov.r city, every, show-goer knows him to be among the very first actors on the American stage and "Sherlock Holmes" to be his finest success. The play last season was produced for thirty-six consecutive weeks at the Gar rick theater. New York, and the crowds it drew were tremendous. Sel dom has any play mt.de such a sensa tion in the metropolis, aud it is un doubtedly one of the most wonderful plnvs brought out in recent years. Mr Gillette's first engagement in Water- bury will undoubtedly bring out the largest audience that has gathered in Foli's this season. Prices are 25, 50 cents, $1, $1.50 and $2. NEW YORK STARS. The fine extravaganza organization known as the New York Stars will be at the Jacques on Monday. Tuesday ana vveanesaay, opening witn a spe cial matinee on Monday. The com pany is made up of entertainers who have won fame in the field of comedv and extravaganza, and the program of fered is one of sparkling entertain ment. Among the better known per formers in the cast are Burke and Mc- Evoy., Fields and Hanson, Henrietta Dwyer, Collins and Brown. Prof and Madame Robinson, Sam J. Adams and La Belle Parsons. The engagement will certainly provide plenty of fun for lovers of this class of perform ance. Sale of seats to-morrow. COLD STEEL OR DEATH. "There is but one small chance to save your life and that is through an operation," was the awful prospect set before Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge, Wis, by her doctor after vainly trying to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow jaundice. He didn't count on the marvelous pow er of Electric Bitters to cure Stomach andLivers, but she heard of it, took seven bottles, was wholly cured, avoid ed the surgeon's knife, now weighs more and feels better than ever. it's positively guaranteed to cure Stomach, Liver and KidDey troubles and never disappoints. Price 50c at G. L. Dex ter & Go's drug store. MEETINGS TO-NIGHT. Third division, A. O. H. : Court Lincoln. A. O. F. Speedwell lodge, K. of P. Mizpah colony, U. O. P. F. I. O. O. F. school meeting. Waterbury lodge, B. P. O. E. Connecticut lodge, A. O. TJ. W. Household Ruth, G. U. O. O. F. Winona council, Jr O. TT. A. M. Sheridan lodge, N. E. O. P, Fifth division, A. O. H. Danish lodge. No 103. Court Stephen J. Meany, .F. of A. Friendly league, cooking and short hand classes. A LIFE AND DEATH FIGHT. Mr W. A. Hines ot Manchester. Ia., writing of his almost, miraculous es cape from death, says: "Exposure al ter measles induced serious lung trou ble, which ended in consumption. 1 had frequent hemorrages and coughed night and day. All my doctors said I must soon die. Then I began to use Dr Kinp's New. Discovery for Con - sumpfcien., which completely cured me. I womirt not be without it even if it cosX' 3-uu Dome. jaunureas nave "ud it on my recommendatiot and all r.y it never fails to cure Throat, Chest 'and lung troubles." Regular size 50c Trial bottles free at G. L. Dexter' s & Co. Real Craftiness. . Nell She was very popular at the hore this summer, I understand. At Veast the men seemed to like her. Belle rYes; the designing thing!. She went around boasting that she didn't eare for ice cream or soda wa ter. Philadelphia Record. Lese Majeate. Willie Ma,' what's a financier? Ma well, x aon t Know as l can explain it so that you would under-' stand it, but its something very dif ferent from your father. Somerville Journal. . - 'z- TO . o. --a N.. To Cut a Cold in One 2.y To cWd Sore Throat in One Day To Cure Hoarseness in One Day ; T. liner Healer. 2 ceufcS. M it f ail'i to cure, we will cheerf illy refuel Tour rr- H0N0KED BY QUEEN. Lord Roberts Appointed Chief Com- ' mander of British Army. Will Relieve Lord Wolseley as Soon as He Can Return from South Africa His Promotion Pleases the Public, Queen Victoria's present to Field Marshal Lord Roberts on his sixty ninth birthday was his appointment as commander in chief of the British army. Lord Roberts career has been a brilliant one. Born at Cawnpore Sep tember 30, 1832, the son of Gen. fcir first commission as second lieutenant in the Bengal artillery . He served with distinction in the Indian mutiny com paign and received the Victoria cross for personal bravery in the field in 185S. He was t the siege of Delhi and took active part in the subsequent op erations down to the relief of Luck now. first commission as second Heuten Throughout the Abyssinian cam paign of lS'iS Roberts held the office of assistant quartermaster general. He superintended the reembai kation of the whole army . and was selected by Sir Robert Napier as the bearer of the latter's final dispatches. He also acted assistant quartermaster general with the Cachar column in the Looshal expeditionary force (1871-72). At the beginning of the Afghan cam paign he was appointed commander of the Kuram held force and subsequently had the chief command of the army in Afghanistan, where he achieved the most brilliant triumphs. After the massacre of the British embassy Rob erts reoccupied Cabul at the close of 1670. Toward the end of July, 1880, a terrible defeat was inflicted by the troops of Ayoob Khan at Malwand on Gen. Burrows, the remnant o whose force with difficulty joined Gen. Prim rose's garrison at Candahar. Roberts, gathering a force of over 9,000 picked men, marched to the re- FIELD MARSHAL ROBERTS. (The New Commander In Chief of the Brit ish Army.) lief of Candahar, allowing Abdurrah man Khan to occupv Cabul. Cut off from dirtct communication with his countrymen, Roberts disappeared for three weeks, during which time the na tional anxiety was extreme. At last he emerged victorious from the track less region betwoen Cabul and Canda har. Immediately he grappled with Ayoob Khan, and inflicted on that pre tender a crushing defeat. On the return of Roberts to England he was loaded with honors; he was presented with the freedom of the city of London, received the thanks of par liament, and was created a baronet. In February, 1881, he was appointed to -succeed Sir George Colley in the command of the troops in Natal and the Transvaal, but peace was concluded with the Boers before his arrival in the colony. He was afterward appointed a member of the council of Madias, fend commanded the troops in that presi dency from 1S81-S5. Son afterward Lord Roberts success fully commanded an expedition to Bur- mah. He was later appointed come mander in chief in India, and left that post to become commander in chief in Ireland, from which post he was called in December, 1899, to command British forces in the Transvaal. Commander in Chief Roberts was cre ated Lord Roberts of Kandahar and Waterford in 1893 and he became field marshal in 1895. The Times, in an editorial reference to the appointment of Lord Roberts as commander in chief, hints that Lord Kitchener will come home to assist him at his new post. Lord Wolseley, of course, does not step down in dis grace, but is released from command solely because his age entitles him to cease active duties and to rest upon the laurels of a long, honorable and brilliant public and military career. Seasick Missouri Males. Edward Makins, Jr., a young- vet erinary surgeon of Abilene, Kan., re turned this week from an interesting voyage to South Africa in charge of a shipload of mules for the British'gov ernmen.t. "It is a curious thing," he said, "that the Missouri mule, which it ia popularly supposed can stand any thii&av 11 as susceptible to seasickness as most people. When the ship had passed through the jetties and wasout on the swell of the gulf and ocean, this showed itself. It was really pitiful to see the big, strong creatures suffer with, all the pangs of seasickness and exhibit all the symptoms of wishing that they were dead. " Doses of medi cine and showers of cold water relieved them, and before we had been out long all the "animals were on their cea legs and standing the voyage like accom plished sailors." ' Genuine Veast of Reason. One hundred and fifty women writ ers dined tog-ether recently in London MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. ; Property in. Milwaukee exempt from the regular form of taxation amount to $179,807,786.32, while the total amount of property taxed in the city is only $158,174,873.15. ' Nail biting among French school children of both sexes has. been made the subject of st'udy by Prof, Bertillon. His statistics show that the boys are In the majoritgr.4-)Tbe' girls prefer to aibble their penholders. In the course of a lawsuit in Liver pool recently the fact was developed that millions of eggs are annually im- ported to Belfast from Kus&ia and then sent over to England and Scotland and' sold as "fres'ri Irish eggs." i A French statistician seriously pro- . posed the establishment in Paris of a baby market, where the children of in different ox poor parents may be placed, to behold to perrons who can give security. ,tp care well for them. The Argentine Republic is without the pale of international law. There are no Argentine neutrality laws, though the question of the advisability of enacting such laws been agi tated. Since 1870 there have been few cases in the diplomatic relations of Ar gentina involving the question of neu trality. Besides being the seat of the Trans vaal government ( Pretoria is the most beautiful t,Rwn in South Africa. It nestles ,in a valley. Nowhere else in South Africa is there such a blending of new and old or are there so many (contrasts in the way of architecture. There are quaint, low, Dutch roofs, sturdy Engiish architecture and the big government buildings completed ten years agoa.t a cost of $1,000,000. Nuts are used as food in Corea. Hy far the most common food nut is the chestnut, which almost takes the place with Coreans as the potato occupies with us. The chestnut is used raw, boiled, roasted, cooked fith meat, made into confections, powdered and mixed with candy and dried whole, in which latter condition it becomes sweet, but is apt to be affected by worms. Walnuts, pine nuts, peanuts and beech nuts are also extensively used as food. HIGH SPEED IN THE NAVY. Ships of War of To-Day That Hold Their Own with Merchant Vessel. With the exception of torpedo boats and a few small pleasure craft the American built Russian cruiser Variag is to-day the fastest vessel afloat, hav ing recently gone through a seven and a half hours' trial run at a speed oi from 23.6 to 23.7 knots,or 27.14 to 27.75 miles an hour. The best hourly trans Atlantic record, which now is held by the Hamburg-American b'ne steamship Deutschland, is 23 knots, or 26.45 miles, and this affords a very suggestive stan dard for comparison. The United States triple screw cruis er Minneapolis about six years ago de veloped slightly more than 23 knots during her contract trials, but, as in the case of most naval vessels, it was not expected that this would be de manded hour after hour in a run oi several days, and it was not until the succeeding year, 1895, that practical demonstration was given for the first time that a naval vessel could actually hold her own with one of the crack American liners. This was afforded by the United States cruiser Columbia in her phenomenal Tun from the Needles, near Southampton, to the Sandy Hook lightship, off the Amer ican shore, in a few minutes less than seven days, or, to be exact, in six days, 23 hours and 49 minutes, the average , ... i - i. . speed of the whole trip being 18.54 knots, or 21.3 miles, an hour. The Co- lumbia at the time was practically- racing againt the steamer Augusta Victoria, of the Hamburg-American line. ' Making proper allowance for the difference 'in the length of the two routes, the Augusta Victoria having sailed from Cherbourg, the same ratt of speed was maintained by both ships. Since that time high-rate long-dis tance runs of war vessels have been re peated so that the impression has at last been wiped out that modern war ships were simply boxes full of deli cate and complex machinery scarcely ntted for the hard knocks which they were really intended to withstand. But .among all the swift cruisers and battleship the Variag's 23.7 knots give her to-day first place. Fishes Prove a Theory. Among the papers presented before the . section of zoology at the recent meeting of the American association was one- on "The Fishes of Africa as Exponents bf'Former Geological Con ditions," by Theodore Gill, of the Smithsonian institution. These fishes, it seems", represent two very different elements. One is composed of Asiatic types, the others of South American types. The.,$estimony of these fishes is corroboratory of other evidence that has been accumulating in the last decade of the former existence of a vast southerns continent which united by their : southern extremeties Africa, South Ameiica and Australia and to which the name Antarctic has been given. .' Pnper Made from Leather.. A novel use- of leather is in the manufactureiQ.f.ifibroleum, a new pa per product, which is the invention of G. Brigalant, of Barentin, in France. This is a sort of leather paper on board, which is made from waste Cut tings of skins into small bits, and then immersing them in a largu vat containing an alkaline solution, which dissolves the glutinous matter, but leaves ' the fibers unaltered. The1 re sultant fiber is then beaten and after ward pressed through a refiner. Tfca stuff is run onto the wire and a very thin paper is made, which is 'cut into sheets, and while wet is placed in piles and subjected to pressure to squeeze the. water out. N. Y. Journal. LOSS TO HOME RULE. ; a"1-''. " -a Hon. Justin McCarthy's Retire ' ment from ' Political Life. Kiln Zeal In the . Promotion of the ftlKhts of Irishmen Made Him a Power in Parliament Books He Has Written. ' The retirement of Justin McCarthy from political and parliamentary activ ity, just announced, on account of fail ing health, takes out of British public life one of its ablest and worthiest men, and is a distinct loss to the Irish home rule cause. . Mr. McCarthy was born in Cork No vember 22,' 1S30. . From 1846 to 1S53 he was on the staff of the Cork Examiner, and then joined the staff of the North ern Times, of Liverpool. In 1860 he be came reporter in the house of commons for the London Star, of which he was afterwards foreign editor, and then chief editor in 1S64. Mr. McCarthy re signed this post in 1868 and came to the United States. Here he traveled for nearly three years, visiting 35 states. He then lived in New York for some time. In 1879 Mr. McCarthy entered politi cal life, being elected member of parlia ment for Longford, Ireland. He was reelected when the dissolution took place in 1880, in both instances with out a contest. At the general election in 1885 he contested Derry, and was defeated by a majority of 29, but was immediately elected for Longford by an Immense majority. In . 1886 he con tested Derry again, and was defeated by a majority , of three, while at the same time he was returned for Long ford unopposed. He claimed the Derry seat, and obtained it on petition, and then elected to sit for Derry. Mr. McCarthy's activity in parlia ment has been chiefly known by his zeal for the home rule cause. He was vice president of the Irish, parliament ary party in the house before the re jection of Parnell by the majority, when Mr. McCarthy was elected presi dent, and has since been the head of JUSTIN M'CARTHT. (Famous Irish Hirtorian Who Has just Retired from Politics.) the faction known by his name. He 'several times revisited America, chiefly in the interest of the home rule cause, for which he delivered many lectures. Mr. McCarthy's literary work has been important. He is the author of several novels, including "The Water dale Neighbors," 1867; "My Enemey's Daughter," 1869; "Lady Judith," 1871; "A Fair Saxon," 1873; "Linley Roch ford," 1874; "Dear Lady Disdain," 1875; "Miss Misanthrope," 1877; "Donna i Quixote," 1879; "The Comet of a Sea- 1101, "Tltoil f A,ot,c" 1HB2- ' . , ' -. ..Tlw Rotator." 1893: . ' , ,ofl. , . ni, Red Diamonds, 1893; also, in collabo- Hmw(rtVM rn.il-Prd "The . """Z L VToacT uki Xllgilb X1UUU1 X OiC, J.UUU, a ucwci i Rose," 1887, and "The Ladies' Gallery," 1888. He has also written "Con Amore, a volume of critical essays, and "Pro hibitory Legislation in the United States." His most important work, however, is "A History of Our Own Times," 1878-'80, extending from the accession of Queen Victoria to the gen eral election of 1880. Other historical studies by Mr. McCarthy are "A His tory of the Four Georges," "The Epoch of Reform" and a life of Sir Robert Peel. Mr. McCarthy has been in recent years a political writer on one of the London daily papers. Where They Dance in Church. During the octaves of the festival of Corpus Christi and on the three last days of the carnival a strange scene takes place in the cathedral of Seville. On either side of the open space in front of the altar, within the iron screens, five boys dressed in the cos tume of the seventeenth century, with tunics of white and blue silk, hats looped up with a plume of feathers, scarfs fastened across the. shoulders and silk mantles hanging behind, take their stand. Presently they begin a slow and measured movement, singing the while hymns to the patroness of Spain and keeping time with ivory cas tanets. - For half an hour do they dpnee, and then the magnificent organ peals forth, the bells ring and the con gregation that has assembled to view the dancing streams out of the cathe dral. ' . Tha Kind You Have Always Bsug nvtkina- vou invent or imorove : all so vet ! CAVEAl.TRADEi-MARK, COPYRIGHT or 0 lESIGK 'PROTECTION. Bend model, uketch.orvhoto. J $ for free examination and advice. - t f BOOK 0!l PATENTS BSiSUSffi! ' yr$GlA.8HQW& CO. OA HAOrn thi I ia. i Patent Lawyers. WAS H I N GTO I N, o.c. i Excellent Muslin, Tucked and Hemstitched Trimmed with neat em broidery, both high and low neck, two for 25c. Only two to each customer. LADIES' DRAWERS, made of Fruit of the Loom Cotton, prettily tucked, both open and closed, extra well made, a bargain 25c. THE BEST CORSET IN THE VORLD AT 50c. Our Dollar Corsets embrace all best makes, N. B., R. - & G., Thompson's Glove Fitting and. all leading makes. Also the New Erect Form, so deserv edly popular. FLANNELETTE NIGHT ROBES for ladies and children, made of good heavy material neatly trimmed, 59c, 89e, and $1. Best Talcum Powder, 5c from 10c. Large Cakes Tar, White Rose, Crab Apple and other Toilet Soaps, 5c a cake. Ladies' Vests, 5c, from 10c. . Pocketbooks and Purses, 5c from 10c and 15c. Shell Side Combs, 5c, from 10c and 15c. Shell Back Combs, 5c, from 20c. Ladies' Linen Collars and Cuffs, 3 for 5c. -Patent Leather Belts, will not crack, 10c, from 25c. DON'T Throw away your old Fur Garments. We make them over , with the latest designs and styles. Fur Capes into Jackets or Fur Jackets into Capes or any other garment you wish to remodel. WB Carry a full line of imported and domestic, raw and finished furs. Custom garments made to order at the same price as ready made. Come in and inspect our large line of furs before going elsewhere. New England Fur Manufacturer n8 South Main Street, WATERBURY CONN. ...Boxing Carnival..- GIVEN BY WATERBURY ATHLETIC CLUB, AT JACQUES AUDITORIUM. Friday Evening. October 26, 1900 Some of the best bouts ever given in the city will be pulled off. St. Cecilia's Fair ' City Hall, OCTOBER 20-27. Stage Entertainment and Dancing Each Evening. Dillane's Orchestra, Prof J. J. Sief en, prompter. Admis sion, 15 cents. JACQUES OPERA HOUSE SUNDAY EVENING, OCT 21. Special Engagement Extraordinary .... THE 1 . '' Galveston Disaster Illustrated with Jtammoth Stereopit con Views by William H. Josseiyn, Pris- 15c 25c. 35c. Sale of seats Saturday, Oct 20. pQLl'S THEM fc.R. MONDAY EVENING, OCT 22. Mr Cbaries Frohman Presents for the - First Time in wareroury William Gillette . In his New Drama, entitled Sherlock Holmes As was presented for thirty-six weeks last season at the Garrick theater, New York. Prices'-25c. 50c, $1, $1.50, $2. Sale of seats Saturday, Oct 20. JACQUES OPERA HOUSE MONDAY. TUESDAY, WEDNES- ;; . DAY, OCT 22, 23, 24. '(Matinees Every Day.) THE BIG CITY SHOW. NEW YORK STARS In their great performance of comedy . i. 'V -i and extravaganza. f- Prices! 15, 25, 35, 50 cents;, matinees 10 and 20 cents. Sale of seats Satur Tuirebiuill 49-53 Soiith Main Street. Corset Covers Ever Ready Dress Stays, 3c a doz, from 15c. Shirt Waist Sets, 5c, from 25C Allumlnum Hair Pins, 5c a doz. Assorted boxes Hair Pins, 5c, from 15c. And lots of other goods equally as cheap. Another big assortment of those fa mous Spun Glass and Mercerized Sateen PETTICOATS AT 98c With wide accordion plaiting and ruf fle; looks like silk, wears better; cut and made wide and full; most econom ical skirt a lady can purchase . Twenty pieces handsome double faced cloths for Rainy Day Skirts,. $1.25 to $1.9S. New and beautiful designs in. La dies' French Flannel Shirt Waists, many of them confined styles not to be duplicated elsewhere. Fine Cashmere Waists stitched with silk, a small lot, $2.50 good at $1. Fine Mercerized Sateen Pettiocats, ruffled and corded, beautifully made, wide "and full in skirt, never equaled at the money, 98c. Extra quality mercerized Sateen Petticoats with double ruffle cording and plaiting, $1.59, $1.79, $1.98, some Store Your Wheel FOR THE WINTER. - Everyone covered by in surance. Something new. Ask about it at - Jacques Auditorium, Repair Shop. M. M'MORROW, Repairer. Birney's Cafe On Phoenix avenue now ready for business. Choice Liquors, Ales, Wines and Lager. All the favorite brands of Cigars. N. B. North slain street entrance. next to Park market. SCHLITZ MILWAUKEE BEER, OLD MUSTY aijE. 'Phone 239-5. All brands of Wines, Whiskey, sealed and in bulk, delivered free. T. E. GUEST. 95 South Main St $1,000 - Challenge - $1,000 HARVARD BEER, UNION MADE, on draught at JAMES E. WATTS, South Main Street Exchange Place Cafe. SCHAEFER'S WEINER BEER Bottled for Family Use. a. W. HODSON, 20 EXCHANGE PLACE. "The Bock That's Drani" THE HELLMANN BREWING Co. s FAMOUS BOCK ',BEER FOR 1900. ' Now on draught in all the leading cafes and hotels. . A. C. NORTHROP & CO. ,. 27 and 29 Canal St, WaterbtuJ. Manufacturers of FINE PAPER ' BOXES,. DEALERS - - ' .- fc-v r -. of the best goods we have ever seem at about half you usually pay. j A new feature Short Petticoats ti go with rainy day and walking skirts; 15 dozen of these sensible garments now on sale, $1.98.. - . ' New Rainy Day and Walking Skirts $2.48 to $9.98. ...... -i :,; , Handsome Melton Jackets, lined with sateen, velvet collar, large pearl! buttons, stylish, quick seller, in navy and tan, $3.98. Stylish Kersey Jackets, well lined, handsomely made and stitched, tan. castor, navy, red and black, $4.98, worth $9. - j-; - 50 extra Kersey Jackets, warranted- best lining, perfect in styleSfrKf ' fit. $5.50 to $9.98; best value we 'h'aviver seen. Fifty Handsome Golf Capes-for La dies and Misses, all newest pbtterns and swell effects, $4.48 to $19:1 d Twenty stylish Tailor Made. Suits, homespuns, cheviots, Venetians, $9.98. Perfection of cut and tailored work. 25 cases Men's, Women's and Chil dren's Underwear, every conceivable, variety, from 5c to $2.50 per garmenti Home Work Is considered the best sort of laundrr Jr work, but add to the care your laundrl I work would get at home our improve I facilities that you can , never-Tiope. -I I nosspss. nnd von wilt know how w I can turn out perfect work at a merel; nominal oost. .- Davis Steam Laundry . 17 CANAL STREET. Branch Office, 67 Grand St. ' BRIDGEPORT STEAMBOAT CO. 'OPULAR LONG ISLAND SOUND ROUTE BEWTEEN NEW YORK, BRIDGEPORT, WATERBtrU AND ALL STATIONS ON NAUGAXUCK DIVISION OF N. Y.. N. H. & It. It. !:. creamer uoseilale Leavr i..ii--enort daily (Sunday excepted) 'a",7:4o a. m. on arrival of train- lea ving Witfer bury at 6:45 a. m., from all stations on Naugatuck Division, urriviug at New iork at 11 n. n:. ' steamer Allan .Toy im-wi Leave: Bridgeport daily (Satnnhiy except eu; ai i. o cioi-k mirmigiit. arrlvln at New York at 4:0() n. id., givln ample time. to connect with. all train lor tne west ana south, t rasse gers can remain aboard boat uht 9:00 a. m. RETURNING FROM NEW YORF Steamer Allan Joy Leaves from P rr" 39, East River, at 11 a. m. daily (Si days excepted), arriving at Brid port at 3:00 p.-m., connecting w afternoon trains for the East and stations on Naugatuck Division. Steamer Rosedale Leaves New Yc from Pier 39, East River, at 3:00 m.. and from foot East 31st stre I 3:15 p. m. daily (Sunday excepted arriving at Bridgeport at 7:O0!p.; m connecting with 7:40 n. m. train fo all stations on NaugatnckCTvision' Saturdays one hour earlier from both landings). - Tickets.. isold- and baggage checked to all pointefon the N. Y.. N. H. and H. R. Rv Baggage transferred to and from, R. Rm, Depot free of charge. - ,,u i,i SUNDAY TRIPS.'1"""- Commencing Sunday, June 17,' Steam- ' er Rosedale leaves Bridgeport at 9 a. m., for New York and Coney Is land. Returning, leaves New York at 5:00 p. m.. arriving at Bridgeport at 9:00 p. m. J. H. CONNELLY. G. P. A. , r Short Sea Trips of two to five days' duration; are offered by the " Old Dominion Lit TO ,- . t . Norfolk, VtS. . Old Point Comfort, Va. Richmond, Va, Washington, I). C. I Steamers sail dally except Si" I. i from Pier 26, North River fo Beach street. New York.' v Tickets, including meals rind ! room accommodations, $13.00 an wards. - - -' " ; , For full Information apply OLD DOMINION S. S. COJll 81 Beach Street, New York. N lH. B... Walker,, Traf. Mgr.. 1 .7. .7. Brown.. G " 'rt TJill Co". day. October 20. V -7 - IN PAPER AND TWINE. (