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NEW MORNING JOURNAL A2sTD COUEIEK, TUESDAY; MAECII 2 T; 1906 WEDNESDAY Is "Opening Day" Beautiful...... Lingerie Waists, From 98cts to $15 Of Lawn and Batiste, many of them exquisitely de signed and made with lace and the ' new shadow em broidery. We ask your attention especially to our Lin gerie Waists at $1.38, $2.25. $2.49 and $2.98 FOR Eighty Cents -in- Amercan Duplex Records. RECORD ON EACH i This cut on blue records never happened before and never will hap- J pen again. We have received special permission from the factory to sell 200 of these double records at 80 cents each. When thoy are gone it's all over. The regular price Is $1.00, and they never will be bought for less again. Just think, a first grade 10-inch discrecord at the rate of 40 cents each. Better come In and hear them. It might pay you. It certainly will if you want, quality. The Treat & 837 CHAPEL NEW HA tit - itn. :i4J TESTED Garden, Field and Flower Seeds Cut Flowers, Potted Plants, Floral Decorations a Specialty.' The FRANK S. PLATT Co. t t t t t T H"1 1 11 f t I f f tttt-f"- S HELTON COMPANY BANKRUPT. Hartford, March 26. The Granger In iVlsiblo Hook and Eye company, of Shel ton, which was recently declared bank rupt in the district court of the United States on the petition of creditors, filed schedules in bankruptcy in the town court Saturday. The liabilities are giv en at $17,543.72 and the assets at 5,-704-01. RETURNED MISSIONARY To Speak in Milford Church This After noon. This afternoon the ladies of the First church, Milford, will unite with the la dies of Plymouth church in a service which will be held in the latter church at 3 o'clock, at which time addresses will be delivered by Miss Kyle, field secretary of the woman's board, and Mrs. Holbrook, a missionary returned from Africa. IT wfll be spring time here at Gamble-Desmond's; our great store will be bright with flowers and graceful, trailing pine and in every nook and cranny there'll be something in teresting to see in the matter of smart things to wear, that all absorbing feminine topic at all times. Come as a visitor surely, but we warn you there'll be Strong Price Temptations. SIDE OF DISC. Shepard Co. STREET. VEX, CONN. A, e V f JL 1 X' 4. MASON'S JAW DISLOCATED. Brereton Knows Little About How He Received His Injuries. Thomas Brereton, thirty-eight years old, a stone mason, living at 252 Hamil ton street, applied to the New Haven hospital yesterday morning for treat ment of his jaw, which the doctors found to be dislocated. Brereton said that oiv Saturday night he was hit in a saloon at Walnut and Hamilton streets, but did not know by whom. It will be some time before he will be able to talk and eat well. Invaluable to all who suffer from throat and lung dis orders. Contain nothing injurious. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS, ITEMS OP INTEREST CONCERN ING NEW HAVEN PEOPLS. And Other People Known la This CH Intcrectlos Social Erects Here aJ Elsewhere. As it may be supposed from a notice in Sunday's paper that Mrs. Salisbury, of Church street, had sent out special invitations for her "at home" on Wednesday of this week, to prevent mistakes it may be well to state that the invitations Mrs. Salisbury has is sued are general ones. They are for Wednesday until the end of June. In place of the weekly lecture of the Tribune Sunshine society in City Mis sion .hall next. Friday afternoon there will be a musical, to which the public is most cordially invited- As yet the artists to give the programme have not been announced, but it is to toe a most delightful little concert. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Pender, lor merly residents of this city, but now of SDrineneld. were gladdened Sunday by the arrival at their home of a baby girl. Mr. Pender was at one time city editor of the Palladium. He is now connect ed with the editorial department of the Springfield News. Mrs. Bergman, of Bradley street, en tertained the members of her 'pinochle club on Friday afternoon last. The prizes went to Mrs. Ploegar. Mrs. Gensbauer and Mrs. Goetze, who sub stituted. After the game a light lunch was served. When recently a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Rossiter of Painvllle, formerly of New Haven, the birth of the child completed the fourth genera tion now living. The' child hag two great-grandfathers and two grand mothers and two grandfathers, all liv ing. This .baby makes the one hundred and nineteenth which the grandmother has had the care of. Mrs. Dietrich, of 47 Carmel street, celebrated her seventy-fifth birthday anniversary Sunday by a gathering of relatives who called to congratulate her and offer good wishes., The day was pleasantly spent. Mrs. Frederick B. Street will address the Women's guild of Trinity P. E, church at its regular meeting this evening; subject, "Our Fore-Mothers." Admiral Foote Woman's Relief Corps No. 3 will hold a social and reception in G. A. R. nail, Court street, Wednesday, March 28, from 2 p. m. to 6:30 p. m. (Members are requested to bring re freshments. Supper at 5:30. Comrades are cordially Invited to be present. Pierre Tyler of this city, James Well man of New York, William Buell of New Haven and Eueene Kelsey of Hartford passed Sunday in Clinton. Mrs. Robert S- Peabody entertained the members of te Friday Night Whist club at its last meeting. Thos playing were Mrs. Jones, Mrs. "Phillips, Mrs. Church. Mrs. Peck, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Hartung, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Chapln, Mrs. Rice, Mrs. Winch&U and Mrs. Pet- terle. An elaborate lunch followed the game. , Many West Haven people will be malned to learn of the death of MIrs Jessie Usher, formerly a teacher In the borough, who died at her hoine In Hig ganum Saturday morning of pneumo nia at the age of sixty-eight. The Saturday Night Whist club of Woodmont met with Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Butler at the Silver hotel on Sat urday evening. A delightful same with pretty prizes was followed "by" a buffet lunch. Among the players were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merwin, Mrs. Corham, Miss Freda Ailing, Mies Millicent Gor ham, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Piatt, Miss Edith Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. At well, Mr. Sturgess, Mr. Frost, Mr, and Mrs. Shepard, Mrs. Green, Mr. Schlitz, Mrs. Lockwood and Mr. and Mrs. Butler. Miss Pearl Young has "been engaged as soprano soloist at the First Baptist church, to succeed Miss Anna Carroll. The quartette otherwise remains the same as last year: Mrs. Clara Good, contralto, Mrs. Frederick D, Adam tenor, and Mr. Albert Kraft bass. The annual meeting of the West Ha ven Village Improvement society will be held In the Town hall this week, and arrangements are now almost comple ted to make it a very Interesting and Instructive affair. An illustrated lec ture, showing in detail many of the 1m proveme'nts carried on by other associ ations will ibe given, which is expected to be of great benefit. A musical pro gramme wil aso be rendered. A pretty wedding of Sunday vas that of Miss Esther Koll and Mr- Milton B. Lessher, which was solemnized in B'nai Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Lessher left for a wedding trip to St, Louis, and on theii return wil live In this city. Redfleld, Wright, who has been in California several years, and ' Albert Anderson of Los Angeles, are tho guests of the latter's moter, Mrs. Maria Anderson, in Clinton. Mrs. Cammons and Miss Mary Cot tar, of Circles 46 end 73, will give a dance for the benefit of St. Mary's rec tory fund on Friday evening, April 20, at the school hall on Ashmun street. Sanford's orchestra will play the dan cing. Pere G. Wallmo, secretary for Con gressman 'S'perry, says "that the rumor that he is a candidate for congress is ridiculous to consider. , The W. C. T. U. of Westvllla meet on Tuesday afternoon at tree o'clock in the Congregational church for their regular business meeting. On Wednes day evening they will hold a social at the home of Mrs. Charles Shumway of Whalley avenue. The Missionary circle of King's Daughters of Trinity M. B. church will meet with Mrs- Blakeslee of 563 George street on Friday afternoon at .2 o'clock. A large attendance is desired. Harmony Lodge, No. 5, I. O. O. F., will give the first of a series of enter tainments in Odd Fellows' Hall on Crown street this evening. The public is cordially invited and the programme will be as follows: Piano selection Alexander Sloane. Vocal solo Francis Hamilton, Jr. Recitation Robert Lanfler. Flute solo Miss Louise Stannard. Monoioglst Ralph Booth. Vocal selection Miss Kittle O'Donwell. Violin solo A. Wittsteln. Hebrew impersonator Robert Lanfier. Baritone solo Rolber.t G- Jordon, Spanish zubo solo Samuel Crocker. Whistling solo J. O. Hfndrieks. A Joint meeting of the Chautauqua circle of New Haven will be held at Foy auditorium on Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock. Rev. D. W. Howell will ; speak- Mrs. Susan Oviatt , who is ill at her borne, is better now than she has been in some days. Miss Lillian Hall, of 228 Mansfield street, will entertain on Friday evening the King's Daughters and Sons of the First M. E. church. Miss Marie Hugo, who has been con tralto soloist at St. Michael's church, iwill go to St. John's R. C- church May 1. Rev. Mr. Newlands will preach to night at the Tuesday evening Lenten service at Dwight Place parish house. All members and friends of the church are most cordially invited to attend. The annual meeting of the Lowell House association will take place in the to audit bm and attend to matters of chapel of the United church Thursday routine. So far as known nothing of at S p. m. Reports will be made re- special interest is to take up the atten gardlng the work of the house by Miss j tion of the warden and burgesses. The Ethel R, Evans and Dr. Julia E. Teele, 'running expenses for electric lights and resident workers, and an address will the pay of the borough police make up be made by Miss Dorothy Richardson, I the principal outlay of this little gov authoress of "The Long Day." ernment. Early in May the annual Miss Ruth Lathrop has been engaged ! election will be held, but as yet there is as contralto at the East Pearl street jno excitement over this matter. In re church. Miss Lathrop is a student in i cent years only one ticket has been put the Yale School of Music, A concert will be given on Thursday evening next at Ladles' Aid hall, on Dixiwell avenue, for the Ibenefit of the Ham den M. E- church. The pro gramme will' be given by a quartette from one of the Yale glee clubs, and a reader of note. . V Miss Minna Storm has been re-engaged Eft Trinity M. E. church as so prano soloist. Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Thompson, of 27 Jewell street, entertained a few of their friends at a bridge whist last Fri day evening. A meeting of the pupis of the Bran ford High school was held last evening to form a glee club to sing at the grad uation exercises. The meeting was Pero will direct the club. FUNERAL OF MRS. CHURCH. Aged and Beloved Woman Buried Yes terday Afternoon. The funeral of Mrs. Bstsy Armstead Church was held yesterday afternoon at half-past two at the Summerfuld M. 1 ,7'' xtBV- r" "mc'Tf The bearers were her grandsons, Wal- ter N. Church, Arthur J Church, John K James and Edward P. James. The flower bearers were George S. Rowley, anoTn "T0- Fl'M aThe ehnwasnr 4y large number of floral offerings, including a large pillar from the children, a standing wreath from the grandchildren, a spray of cal- las from Mrs. John S. Augur, a spray of Eastvr llllles from Mr. and Mrs. George A. Tucker, a wrsath from Mrs. Marvin, a spray of carnations from Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Baxter, a spray of violets from Mns. William B. Tuttle. Mrs. Church had Ibeen a widow for sixty-four years. She had four chil dren, of whom James A, Church, of this city, the builder, was but four years old, and the youngest about three months, at the time of htr husband's death. Mrs- Church was a loving' mother and her children were devoted to her. She had been an active mem ber of the Methodist church for more than seventy years, The Interment was at Evergreen cemetery. .'!''.- MISS ETTA R. SHERIDAN. Etta R., daughter of Louise and the late Charles Sherida'n, died yesterday at the home of her mother, 111 Gregory street. Funeral services will be held to-morrow morning from the house at 8:36 o'clock, and a requiem high mass will be celebrated at St. Mary's church at nine o'clock. Interment will be in St. Bernard cemetery. Deceased twenty years old; was BRANFORD FACTORY'S ENLARGE MENT. Preparations have been commenced at the M. I. F Branford, for the tear ing down of some of the old buildings, which are to give place to the largest new building of the entire plant. This building will include foundry, annealing room, sorting room', rolling room, etc. An addition is also made necessary at the galvanizing department by the rap idly increasing business. WOMAN'S SINGLE TAX CLUB. The New Haven Woman's Single Tax club will hold a sociable to-night at the president's home, 118 Edwards street, LECTURED IN DERBY, Last evening the Rev. A. F. Irvine, of New Haven, delivered his lecture on "Social Wreckae" at Arcanum hall, Deriby, under the auspices of the local Socialists. A TROUBLE MAKER. Coffee Poison Breeds Variety of Ills, A California woman who didn't know for twenty years what kept her 111, writes to tell how she won back health by quitting coffee: "I am 64 years old" she says, "have used coffee all my life and for 20 years suffered from indigestion and insomnia. Life was a burden and a drag tx me all the time, and about once a-year my ail ments got such a hold upon me that I was regularly 'sick in toed' for several weeks each time.. "I was reluctant to conclude that cof fee was the cause of my trouble, but I am thankful that I found out the truth. "Then I determined to use Postum Food Coffee exclusively for a week at first for I doubted my ability to do without the old kind of coffee for any length of time. I made the Postum carefully, as directed and before the week expired had my reward in a per ceptible increase in strength and spirits. "Seeing the good that my short expe riment had accomplished, I resolved to continue the use of Postum Food Cof fee, cutting out the old kind of coffee entirely. This I did for nine months, finding, dally, Increased cause for grat ification at my steadily improving health. My Indigestion gradually left me, my sleep returned, I gained 26 pounds in weight, my color changed from sallow to a fresh, rosy hue and life became a blessing. "Then I thought I would try the old kind of coffee again, and did so for a few weeks. The punishment for desert ing my good friend, Postum, was a re turn of my old troubles. "That taught me wisdom, and I am now and shall be all my life hereafter using Postum Food Coffee exclusively and enjoying the benefits it brings me." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read the little book, "The Road to Wellvule," In pkgs. LATEST FAIR HAVEN NEWS MEETING OF BOARD OF GOVERN MENT MONDAY SIGHT. Funeral' of Lewis Ludington George Rolf Sells Many Horses Death of . Mrs. Luther Crainpton Church Sup per To-night. The Fair Haven East board of gov- eminent will meet next Monday night up. The funeral of Lucius S. Ludington was largely attended at his late resi dence, 44 East Pearl street, yesterday afternoon, Rev. Dr. Sneath officiating. The bearers were four deacons of the Grand Avenue Congregational church Henry Tuttle, RoJin C. Smith, Walter S. Bishop and A. P. McKlnnel-William M. King and William Linsley. Dr. Sneath paid a well-merited tribute to the deceased. He spoke of his member ship for over thirty years in the Grand Avenue Congregational church and his excellent work in several official capac ities,, especially of his aid In giving ad vice on financial matters. He also apo,ke of his excellence as a citizen The burial was in the Fair Haven cem etery. Of the twenty-three horses brought in by George Rolf, of Grand avenue, twenty have been sold and another car load from Indiana will arrive in about a fortnight. In the lot of horses brought from the west by E B Bowa were thre(J mul two of them a Bpan whioh j,ave been sod to . Edward H. Barnes iforhisfarminMiddlefleJd. Letter Carrier Maurice Cain, who was I three hayi mjui.ed & wlr6 mlu , . . . i The work of securing pledges for the Uning expenses , of the East Pearl : Strecet f- 7, V j ul Su?ay wlU b? .cn""Td ,ieXt ,SU, day. The sum of $3,900 Is wanted for the annual expenses and $1,500 was pledged Sunday. It is expected that the balance will be made up all right. The degree team and several other members of Quinniplac conclave No. 313, I. O, H., went to Merldcn Saturday night to work the degrees on several candidates at a joint meeting of Merl den and Socrates conclaves. After the meeting the visitors . were escorted to the Meriden house,, where a banquet was served. The Fair Haven members speak highly of their entertainment. ; ' L. H. Whitehead and family, who re moved from Fair Haven to California about a year ago, will come east about April 1. John Frederick is the name of a new boy who has arrived in the family of John Karl, of Farren avenue. Next Friday morning at 11 o'clock will be held the fifth Lenten meeting of the union auxiliary of the Woman's Home Missionary society at the East Pearl Street M. E. church. After sew ing for the missionary boxes luncheon will be served at 2:16. The members of the Ministering cir cle of King's Daughters were enter tained yesterday afternoon at the home : of Mrs. S. L. Salisbury, in Grand ave nue. The postponed lecture by Rev. Dr. Weeks, of Springfield, will be given in the Grand Avenue Baptist church Fri day evening. Mrs. Luther Crampton died at her home, 56 Perkins street, yesterday, at the age of eighty-nine years. Her hus band, who survives her, is ninety-three years old. She also leaves an unmar ried daughter. The funeral will be held at her late home to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock and Dr. Sneath will offici ate. The family moved here from North Branford two years ago. A. Thalberg is putting the Long building in" Quinniplac in first-class condition. There are eight or ten tene ments in this building, which is situat ed on the avenue, north of East Grand avenue. Several hundred dollars is be ing expended by Mr. Thalberg, who re cently purchased the property. It Is a long two-story structure and for many years has gone by the name of the "Long building." Rev. E. C. Tullar will give his Jecture on "Africa" at the Bethel A. M. E. church Thursday evening. The New Haven Chautauqua circle will give a reception to the officers of the state union at the Y. M. C. A. next Thursday evening. It is expected that many from the local society will at tend. .Deputy Sheriff Booth, of Walllngford, was here yesterday. He formerly re sided here. Ths young ladles of Pilgrim church will serve supper In the church parlors to-morrow evening at 6:30. After the supper there will be an entertainment, for whioh a fine programme has been prepared. Mrs. John Parker will be in charge of the arrangements for th sup per. Mrs. Edward H. Barnes and son Har old, who have spent the winter in Pas adena, Cal., are expected home early in April. The trip was taken for the ben efit of hej- son's health, which is now quite Improved. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Parmelee have gone to Providence for a stay of a few days. Arthur H. Barnes came up from Providence yesterday to attend the fu neral of Lucius S. Ludington. Mr. Barnes for several years was a druggist on the east side. The Misses Grace and Fannie McCor mick, of Waterbury, visited with Rev. E. C. Tullar and family at the par sonage in East Pearl street over Sun day. Mrs. H. I. Barnes left for Hartford yesterday for a visit of several days with her sister, Mrs. Walter Lewis. CHARGES' OF NON-SUPPORT. Mrs. Ralph Trlano Causes Husband's Arrest. Early 'last evening Sergeant Denne hy arrested Ralph Trlano for non-support, on the charge of his wife, who re sides at 106 Ashmun street. Trlano is employed at the Pond Lily company's plant in Westvllle. C. N. G. ENCAMPMENT. It is understood that, while no exact time has been fixed for the -encampment of the Connecticut .National Guard at Niantic, it is , contemplated sending the soldiers there either the second or third week qf July, and that they will not go by regimetatsas- last year, but that It will be a brigade encampment. COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC LIGHTING. A meeting of the Committee.-on Pub lic Lighting will be held in Rooms 10 no , nlul on Wednesday, March 28, 1906, at iMght o'clock pi m ' when the following mflttoi-c win ,4' - . . ... u T, i tJ j for a hearins: Petition of the Bradley, Smith Co., et als for an electric arc light on Hill street, corner Hill Court, to take the place of gas lamp. Petition of Charles Munro et als for between Temple and College streets. ' cunjamin . Jiinglisn et als for gas lamp on Whitney avenue, betwppn fit-nvd Dt.. ji bridge. Petition of T. G. Bennett et als for three lights nn St sn... ,,(.i i tween Canner street and Cnttncm street. . Petition of Mr. n Dw,r nt,'i , ror gas, naDhtha or Rioptrin .imt light on Orange street between Audu bon and Trumbull streets. All persons interested in any of the foregoing are hereby, requested to be present and be heard thereon without further notice. Per order . FRANKLIN L. HOMAN. ' . 4i . iiiau man. Attest: o, AMBROSE V. BEECHER. m27 2t. Assistant City Clerk. CITY NOTICES. The Commiltfift rn .m i,u a hearing Thursday, March 29, 1906, at 8 p. m., in Room 13, City Hall, to con sider the following petitions: Petition nf Hf-nrv Tlnnh-w 1 j " -' ' vi. ciia iui the extension of Grove street to Olive atreei. Petition of George R. Bradley et als for location of bell tower in the eighth ward. Mayor's pnmmnnlnaflnM1 A -I!.'..!. ward bell tower location. , Protest of John Shuster et als against bell tower in eighth ward. ah purauns interested lh the fore going are hereby notified to attend without further notice. GEORGE V. SMITH, '. . ' Attest: , AMBROSE V. BEECHER. . . . m27 8t Assistant City Clerk. NOTICE. Notice is hereby e-iven nf n miMli. hearing by the Bureau of Compensa tion, to be held in Room 10 City Hall, March 28th, 1906, at 8 o'clock p. m. At that time and place opportunity will' be given to all who desire to be heard in, relation to an assessment of bene fits for the construction' of' a sewer in the following named streets: .' Peck street between Tetry and Rowe streets. . , . . ,. ., . ',' ,. s.- Shelton ; avenue between , Read street ' and City line. ' f , Beach street betweeh East and Mill ! Jtuver streets. West Carlisle street between Ailing and Dewltt streets. Rowe streets between Peck and Lom bard streets. Wallace street between Chapel and Wooster streets. . Hine Place to the end. . -Fillmore street between about 200 feet from Grand avenue., , j West Ivy street between Dlxwell av enue and City line. . Lilac Btreet between Newhall street and Winchester avenue. BUREAU OF COMPENSATION, m24 3t B. N. BLATCHLEY. Clerk. CITY NOTICE. ": The Committee on Sewers and Squares will hold a public hearing in Rooms 10 and 11. City Hall, Tuesday, March. 2T, 1906,, at. 8 p. n The fol lowing petitions will be considered: Petition of National Savings Bank et als. for sewer in Pine street between North Front street and Maltby street. . Petition of J. J. Ridley, et als. for sewers in Winthrop avenue and Goffe streets. Communication of Board of Health de sewer in Winthrop avenue between Goff and Perclval streets. All persons interested In the fore going are hereby warned to attend and be heard without further notice. Attest: . AMBROSE V. BEECHER, Assistant City Clerk. F. S. HAMILTON. m24 St .. . Chairman. NEW HAVEN TAXES AND WEST VILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT TAXES. The subscriber glyes notice to all persons liable for taxes in New Haven on list of 1905 and payable April 1st, 1906, for the city and Westvllle school district, that he will commence to re ceive taxes on said lists on April 1st, 1906, at his qfflce, No. 8, City Hall, Church street. Regular office hours, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Saturdays, 9 a m. to 1 p. m. , FRANCIS G. ANTHONYl Collector of above named taxes. New Haven, Conn. mlB 21t SQil Ban ces. ESTATE OF ELIZABETH H- BABBITT, late of New Haven, in said District, deceased. The administrator, c. t. a. having exhibited his administration account with said estate to this Court for al lowance, it is ORDERED, That the Sd day of April, 1906. at ten o'clock in the fore noon, at a Court of Prolmte to be held at New Haven, in said District, be and the same Is appointed for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and this Court directs that notice of the time and plane of said hearing be given by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a circulation in said District. By the Court. GEORGE W. CRAWFORD, m27 2t . Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, March 23d, 1906, ESTATE OF MARCH A. ROGERS, late of New Haven, in said District, de ceased. The Exeoutrix having exhibited her administration account with said estate to this Court for allowance, it is ORDERED, That the 30th day of March, 1906, at ten o'clock in the fore noon, at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, be and the same is appointed for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and this Court directs that notice- of the time and place of said hearing be given by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a circulation in said District. By the Court, " GEORGE W. CRAWFORD, m26 3t. -Clerk. Low Rates to Cal if orn ia and Pacific Coast Pointa via SOUTHERN PACIFIC $49.50 to $55.00.- From Boston, Choice of Routes. Inquire 170 Washington St., Boston. JeilrYar& nan Hatshn M For nr. ";""'.ucr . 180S. 0. 8.00. . XfM 116-41 7.ni 1 JLL4' :, 4:29, K-ns ; i ff $ :KoHartfo$ 7:47 9 U -tT k?:??al e.- .3:25. a;55, &t"?.0, 11:40 m- 6:40, 8:80 p. m m . 6:40 D. m" Sundays-8-80 a! -5 60 Vt'L"" Points o.ou, tyla Bridgeport). 9:85. a. m 4-H P. m. feundays-lTTBO (Via Bridgeport? H,mS' weM 9:85 a, m.. 4:16 m. .FrTJ:.B0 f" m",i7,a Bridgeport)' To TrwhJ ra!n IParlorl car limited. O. M. SHEPARD, P. O. COXEY. en. Supt Asst Gen. Pass. lit. New Haven Steamboat Line. . STEAMER CHESTER W. CHAPIIf. 2 -1 V amm WmHaven temer leaves s.i5 a m., daily except Mondays Pas- 8SS 'arteTlp. -t AtSfc llme between . New York and New! Haven, about five hours. Reiifia?W!,arMVe8 ft and Hearts fronl Belle Dock, New Haven, and Pier 2d. it0 Fec S1)P' New York. t. For tickets and staterooms apply at h8f "0Bee Dock, also arBls" I?,rl?185 Orange streets and at Purser s office on steamer. The New England Navigation ' Co., , GEO. C. BLACK, Agent, Belle Dock. New Haven. , . Starin's N.Y.&N.H.Line - .DAU.Y EXCEPT teAT &RDAY, PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICE) Leaves New Haven 10:15 p. m.. Starin Pier, foot of Brown Street.. Leave. SfT x0r 00t.p' m" Cortland Street" ,le,r No. H It. R.i Fare 75c, excursion tickets $1.25.,Rpoms$1.0fl. Take Chap el fetreet cars to Brewery Street. I'.;' . C. H. FISHER, Aflrent, l-tf , New Haven, Conn. LlOLLAND-AIn ERICA LINE II J?e oi-RoUbiciam via Boulogne 1 1 Sailings Wednesdays per sailing list Kyndam, Apr. 4. N.Amst'dam, Aor.2S Potsdam,. Aor. 1.1. T. Statendam.- May2 Noordam, Apr. 18. Ryndam, May 8 New twin-screw steamer New Amster dam, 17,250 registered tons: an.4nn tn,. displacement. From N. Y. April 25. May 30, July 4, Aug IB. r Apply for special pamphlet ; ' Holland-American Line, 30 B'wny, N.Ti Sweezey & Keleey, 102 Church St.j Bishop & Co., 183 Orange St; Newton & Parish, 86 Orange Si. J M. Zunder & Son. 249-251 State St.; & Bussman. 71 Ori ange St., agents. , , . Personally Conducted Toursto Washington, D.Ci SATURDAY, MARCH 24. and TUESDAY, APRIL 10. 1 SIX DAY TRIPS Costing 925.50 from New Haven, Accommodations at EBBITT HOUSE. Route Via N. Y.. N. H. & H. It R. and Royal Blue Line. THE RECREATION TOURIST COH 1S5 Orange St., New Haven. BISHOP A COMPANY Enropean Steninshlp Ticket Office. Reserve State Rooms and Sell Ticket via all lines. ftamburg-JlmericQn. Plymouth Cherbourg Hamburg IPretorla Mar. 81 ;Blucher.:Apr. 19 ;Amerlka...Apr. 7 I Penna. . Apr. 21 Waldersee Apr. 10 I (Deutsoh'd Apr. 29 IRugia. .. Apr. 14 Patricia..- May o S. a. Amerlka, ftkoat I.uxurlon ana Most Modern at Levlathiaes. :Grill Room. Gymnasium. ;Elevai &A la carte Restaurant. iCalllng at Dover for London & Parish Olllces 35 and 37 Broadway, New York. Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St., M. Zunder & San, 249 State St; J. H. Par ish & Co., 86 Orange St.; BlBhop & Co 185 Orange St.; H. Bussman, 71 Orange St., . ' . FRENCH LINE. Compagnle Generale Trnnnntlnntiqiie, Direct Line to HAVRE PARIS, France Sailing every THURSDAY, 10 a. m. From pier 42, North River, New York. . ; '. , La Champagne March 23 La Savoie. . . . .' March 29 La Touraine April ij La Lorraine ..- ...April lj La Champagne April 19 La Savoie April 2d Twin-screw steamers. Apply to French Line, 82 Br'dway, N. Y, or Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St Bishop & Co., 183 Orange St. Parish & Co., 86 Orange St. forth (jermanAhyd. ' FAST EXPRESS SERVICE. LONDON PARI SBREMIN. Less than six days across 'he ocean K. William II., Mar. 27. 7 a. m. Kronprina, Am-. 10. 7 a. m. Kaiser, Apr. 17, 10 a. m. K. William. H, Apr. 24, 6 a m. '. TWIN SCREW PASSENGER SERVlrH Comfort and-Luxury at Moderate Rates Kurfuerst. Mar. 29. 10 a. m, Kuerfuerst, May 1 10 a, m. Barb'sa, May 10. 10 am. p. Alice. May 24; 10 & m. ' MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE GIBRALTAR NAPLES GENOA, Fair and warm weather route. Barb'sa, Mar. L 11 a m. . " P. Louise, Apr 14, 11a. m. Weimer, Apr. 21, 11 a. m. Gibraltar and Naples only. OELRICHS & CO; 5 Broadway, N. T. SWEEZEY & KELSEY. 102 Church St, BISHOP & CO., li3-S5 Orange St M. Zunder & Sons, 253-7 State St '