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v - NEW HAYEK MORNING JOURNAL AND COl)MER "WEBIn ESDAY JULY ;5 1907 F f'lEHI COMING IVY NOOK ESTATE y ;fwYork Heirs of Stephen Whitney Claim the Property. The fight over the disposition o the $35,000 paid for the "Ivy Nook" prop erty" by Frederick F. Brewster promises to be the most Interesting case in the September term of the civil superior court. Ihe persons succeeding to the rights of those persons named in the will of Stephen Whitney and the heirs of Mrs. Caroline Whitney Baldwin, his daughter, are actively preparing for the trial of the case. The $35,000 which Mr. Brewster pays for the estate is now in the hands of the New Haven Trust company which is to Institute a suit of Interpleader against Phillips Phoenix of New York, who is the sole surviving executor and trustee under the will of the late Ste phen Whitney, the merchant prince, as well as against Theodore C. Camp of New York and George X. JlcLanahan of Washington, D. C, executors and trustees under the will of Mrs, Bald win. ' . , Mr. Phoenix represents In the suit a score or more of persons, all residing in New York, who succeeded to the rlght3 of persons named in Stephen Whitney's will, who lay claim to the "Ivy Nook" estate as property belong ing to them. Mrs. Denning Duer of Whitney avenue, daughter of Mrs. Baldwin, through the executors of Mrs. Baldwin's estate is opposing the claims of the iStephen. Whitney Inter ests. Stephen Whitney bought Ivy Nook in 1885 and made a gift of it to his daughter. In the deed he ( ave Mrs. Baldwin "separate use during her natural life, and free and clear from the debts or control of her present or future husband and giving and grant ing to said Caroline full power to con vey and dispose of said premises in fee simple by deed or otherwise." No steps to contest Mrs. Baldwin's estate were made by the Whitney in terests until agents for the executors of Mrs. Baldwin's estate were about to close the deal with Mr. Brewster for the purpose of the property. Then the Whitney heirs claimed the money re ceived from the sale of this property. The effect of this was to stall the transfer of the property to Mr. Brew ster, it being feared , that the title might become effected. Both the Whitney interests ' and the Baldwin executors joined in a friendly action In the probate court for an order to sell the property to Mr. Brewster, all par ties afterward signing tb.9 deed and giving Mr. Brewster clear title to "Ivy Nook." It was agreed that the disagreeing f Interests should not delay the sale of the proporty, but fight out the ques tion jover the possession of the $55,- ' 00 purchase money in a suit, -w-r The Baldwin executors are repre sented In the suit by the firm of Bristol, Stoddard, Beach and Fisher, while Phillips Phoenix, the representa tive of. the Whitney interests has the firm of White, Daggett & Tilson as counsel, The contention of the Stephen Whit ney interests Is that Mrs. Baldwin in her will did not properly exercise her power In disposing of her Whitney avenue property. They say that in the "Ivy Nook" is not specifically describ ed as being part of her estate to go to the residuary legatee. INCORPORATION DOCUMENTS. The W. T. Field Co., New Haven- Hamilton Co., With New Haven Man President Others. , Documents were filed with the state secretary yesterday as follows: Certificates of n sanitation by the W. T. Fields company of New Haven, capital $25,000, and the full amount has been paid in. The officers are: Presi dent and treasurer, William T. Fields; .secretary, Eugene DeForest; directors, officers are John T. Manson, Dr. Thomas H. Russet',!, Burton Mansfield, W. G. Bushnell, all of New Haven. The Hamilton company of Water Dury have filed an organization certi ficate in the office of the secretary of state. Its officers are: President and treasurer, William H. Hamilton of New Haven; vice president, Henry Hamilton of Waterbury, and secretary, E. A. Bertrand of New Haven. The capital stock subscribed for is $10,000, of which the amount paid in cash is $1,000, and In otner property is $B,000. The Ml'amogue Yacht club, incorpo rated, has filed its articles of associa tion. Its subscribers are John T. O'Donnell, Charles Miller, A. L. Krouse, Frederick D. Hobson, William Kraut and David E. Miller, and Its objects are to encourage acquatic sports and pleas ures and to promote social intercourse among Its members. The Walker Wool company of Hart ford has filed a certificate of Incorpora tion with the state secretary. The au thorized capital stock is $50,000 and business will begin with $20,000. Wal ter H. Walker, Charles M. Joslyn and George H. Gilman, all of Hartford, are the incorporators. The corporation pro poses to "deal in all kinds of wool, oils, waste and all other articles used in 'the manufacture of woolen or other fabrics." ' Certificates of organization have been filed by Hamilton & Co. of Waterbury, the Atlantic Hotel company of Bridge port and the Waterbury and New York Real Estate company of Waterbury. Certificate of organization by the T. F. Murray company of Bridgeport; capital, $30,000, and $1,800 has been paid ln. The officers are; President and treasurer, T. F. Murray; secretary, W. I). Murray directors, officers and L. Canozzelli, all of Bridgeport. Articles of association by the Lithu anian. Daughters, incorporated, of Nau gatuck. The inscribers are Annie Ze mantanckus, Mary Gfflezunas, Mary Itotkiewick, Margaret 'Anszuras, Tekla Zvirblute and Tand Victoria Czizcus key. Certificates of increase of capital stock by the Norwich Nickel and Brass company of Norwich from $S0,000 to $125,000. Come Loaf and invite your soul on Thursday if you don't do it again this sum mer We'll do our share toward making you comfortable with wear-needs. Being properly dressed and knowing that your clothes are right is half the fun when you're holiday-ing. ; Long Mitts and Gloves Double finder tipped white and black L o n u Silk Gloves, to the el bow and above. $1.50. $1.75, $1.98 Pair Lon black and white Silk Lace Mitts, 89c and $1.25 Pair Women's Hosiery Women's fast black Stockings, es pecially good for bathing, 12jct Stockings 8cti a Piir: Women's fine black lisle thread Stockings, a very fine stripe drop stitch, full regular made. 25c Stockings 19c Pair. Cool Vests Fine Swiss Cotton lxl rib Summer Vests, low neck no sleeves and silk ribbon drawn, , our 25ct Vests for 19cts Eich. IN OUR SECOND GREAT Annual Sale of Men's Furnishings THOSE SHIRTS AT $1.00 a chance to buy genuine standard $1.50 and $1.98 Shirts for $1 doesn't grow on bu hes. The Improved Monogram is known the country over as a first class Neglige Shirt that sells the yen 'round for $1.50 and $1.93 Here in white and colored and fresh, clean, new, Neglige Shirts at $1.00 LINEN MESH UNDERWEAR Lots of mm are buying Linen Mesh Underwear. It's in the sale BELOW COST and it's Kneipp Linen Mesh Underwear, the best that's made both as to the purity of the linen flax usd and the excellence of cut and finish. Then too no other Linen Mesh Underwear Fits so well. $3 and $3.25 Garment for $2.25 : BEST SHIRTS IN TOWN AT 50cti tucked and pleated bosom White ) and Colored Neglige Shirts, a good 75c Shirt in quality and finish, made of imported madrass. Shell Pair Pins Tortoise brand Shell Hair Pins, (slightly imperfect) al ways retailed at 15cts dozen, for lOcts a Dozen. Jewelry Bargains A lot of Jewelry, clean-ups of a few of this and that; Brooch Fins, Hat Pins. Earretts, Col lar and Pin Sets and the like, 25c to 39c kinds. 17cts Each. Draw String Bags New soft leather Draw String Bags, in brown, tan and black extensio.1 sides and block bot tom, regularly 50c, for 39cts Lawn Dresses Neat Shirtwaist Dresses and cool, white grounds with fine blue figures, in light pink and light blue effects; also navy ground with white pin dot real value $2.25, for $1.49 White Lawn Dresses They're Shirtwaist Dresses made or nice lawn and neatly finished with lace. $2.50 val ue. Special for $1.98 Are You Taking an Over-the-Fourth Trip? Suit Cases and Trunks Special Prices for Wednesday ... Sole Leather Suit Cases, extra size, with plaid lining and shirt pocket; sold at $6.50. , Special price, $5.50 Sole Leather Suit Cases, linen large brass rivets;' a regular $5 Special price, Keratol Suit Case, extra : deep,1 straps all around; sole leather cor ners; sold at $3.75. , , Special price, $2.93 Our Second Annual CONSOLIDATED SALE OF MILL OVERSTOCKS STARTS SATURDAY Be on the 'ook-out tor it. New Haven's Most Reliable Dep't Store Out And White Belts Pretty White Embroidered Duck Belts, in six designs of eyelet and solid embroidery, 25c styles. At 9cts Each. Colored Belts A lot of Pretty Belts, among them b!ack,white,brown,navy' red and Roman stripes, Belts worth up to 50c, for 19cts Studded Belts Women's Steel Studded and Plain Elastic Belts with steel and pilt buckles, regularly 69c for 45cts Each, Very Special Embroidered Belts 1000 Linen and Mercerized White Wash Belts, richly em broidered in solid and eyelet designs these Belt3 are circu lar shape that fit the form per fectly, the best value shown in New Haven this yer. 50ct and 25ct Embroidered Eelts for 15cts Each. Front 'Special Table, WV Store at lined, case. $3.98 V-5 r r t. i t iw MOW 3)1 Play Trim'd Hats 98c All the Hats that were originally $3.98 to $5 00 for 98cts About 2 dozen hats in this lot. And all the Hats that were oritrinally $6 to $10 for $2.98 Refreshing "Toilet Articles Benzoin and Almond Lo tion Cream, excellent for sunburn and tan, regular-- 1 ly 25ct, for 18cts Toilet Soap . Corylopsis cf Japan, a delicious Toilet Soap, 4 cakes (hotel size) in box L. good value at lOcts Bex of 4 cakes cts Witch Hazel Pint size pure Witch Ha zel, regularly sold at 19c for 13c Bottle. White Lawn Waists Open in front with long sleeves or buttoned In back with short sleeves. They have embroid ered fronts. 75ct Waists. Special Price 59cti , White Lawn Dresses $5. Value. Special for $3.98 White Shirtwaists Trimmed with lace and effect ively made of good lawn such as you'd expect in waists of this value. $1.25 and $1.35 Waists, for 95cts White and Tan Shoe Dressing At a cost of 9cts your Tan or your White Shoes are made to look like new. The best dress ing on the market is here. Tan Stockings Women's tan gauze lis'e and lace lisle Stockings, they're full regular made. They're not plentiful, these Tan Stockings. Some stores haven't got them. We find it hard to supply the demand. Extra good values at 2 Sets Paie Japanese Matting Suit Case, light weight, steel frame; sold at $3.00. Special price, $2.49 Heavy Canvas Covered Trunks with brass lock and two heavy straps; sold t $8. Special price, $4.98 Canvas Covered Trunks, full linen lined, heavy brass trimmings, fibre bound, two belting leather straps; sold at $3.50. Special price, $6.73 oioomer I runKa, ura.B lubn. unu et.... T- , . . i i. corners, fibre bound, two heavy straps; sold at $7. Soeclal orlce. $5.75 PERSONAL NOTES. i Joseph E. Sheehan, Yale '08, M. S., has been appointed interne to Dr. Skin ner's sanitarium in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Manson of this city, who were recently married here, have arrived 1n Clinton at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. H. Eliot to spend the summer. Miss Minnie Smith of West Haven left yesterday for a month's vacation. She will visit Montreal and Quebec, Canada, and spend two weeks at Eagle camp, Lake Champlaln. Carleton Treat of Brooklyn, nephew of Mrs, James Chalker, is spending his vacation at Waterside, Clinton. William Wadhams of West Haven, has resigned his position with Mr. Kell er, the undertaker, and is now with -Mr. Hall in the express business. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Guthrie of this city are registered at the Hotel Endi cctt. New Tork. Dr. Lamb, who Is attending little two year old Catherine Sorln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Sorln of 197 Washington avenue, stated yesterday afternoon that the little one was doing well and' will undoubtedly recover. The child feU out of a window, Mr. Sorln 13 a well known and popular employe at O. R. North's shop. Miss Nellie Crane, who lias been spending the past month with her cous in, George Baker, and wife in Jersey City, has returned to her home In Un ion avenue. West Haven. Miss Eleonora Leopoldlna Norton of Guilford, formerly a teacher In the schools of Bridgeport, was married re cently to Ernest Tabor Giddings of Granny. The ceremony was performed in Trinity Episcopal church and Rex. tleF. Miei officiated. The couple are now on a wedding trip in New York state and are visiting in Poughkeepsie .and other places of interest along the Hudson .River. Mrs. Giddings Is a daughter of the late John C. Norton of Guilford. , Miss Nellie Hogan of State street, near Edwards street, a teacher in the Colllnsvllle public schools is on a visit to Newport, R. I. , The Tuesday Evening Sewing Bee met last evening with Mrs. D. A. Kin ner ot West Havtn. Harry Burr of New Britain, has just graduated from Yale Shelf, has ac cepted a place with the General Elec tric company at Schenectady. Miss Katherine Bush, of West Ha ven, who has been attending the com mencement exercises at Wollesley col lege, has returned home, fhomas Benson of New Haven Is spending the week with relatives In Naugatuck. , Asa Ij. Fuller, telegraph operator at the Naugatuck passenger station, has returned from a short visit with friends at West Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Ailing and daughter of Norwich are spending a week, with Mr. and Mrs, 'Roger Vos burgs cf CamubeU aveaue. West Ha ven. ' John R. Cottrill of Walltngford, eft yesterday morning for a stay at Indian Neck. . , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lobb of Walllng ford, left yesterday for a stay in the Litchfield hills. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Andrews of West Haven, are .spending a few weeks at the Pembroke hotel. "Attorney Ely, of New Haven, Is a golf devotee and plays quite a game," says the Merlden Journal. "He was hero yesterday afternoon and had a few hours to spare and put In the time golfing on the Country club links." In the parlors of the West- Haven Methodist church Monday evening Rev. and Mrs. F. H. L. Hammond were giv en a surprise reception and utility hower in honor of their fifteenth wed ding anniversary. The surprise was complete and enjoyed by about 100 of the church people and their friends. The gifts received by Mr. and Mrs. Hammond were useful. Rev. Mr. Squires made a brief, happy speech of congratulation. Michael J. Claughfey, of 677 Grand avenue, is spending a two weeks' vaca tion at Bantam Lake, Litchfield. Mrs. Mackrllle and daughters, Miss Edith and Miss Evelyn Mackrllle, of West Haven, have gone to Winchester for the summer months. Miss Isabelle Boland and Miss Pau line House, of Hartford, were the guests over Sunday of Miss Margaret Thompson of First Avenue, West Ha ven. W. C. Knipfer "and family, of Merl den, are stopping at Indian Neck for the month of July. Mrs. George Johnson gave a piazza party at her home in Washington ave nue, West Haven, this week in honor of Mrs. Robert Chase, of Hartford, who formerly resided in West Haven. Miss Marie Woodcock, of New Ro chelle, N. Y is the guest of Miss Alice Shaw, of Center street, West Haven, for a few weeks. Mrs. E. M. Merriam, of Meriden, left Saturday for Short Beach to, spend some time. Miss Florence Pfaff and Miss Ellen Sepole, of West Haven, are spending a few weeks In Litchfield. White Star Line KFW YORK-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL Bnltle JulT 11. I'Arahlc, Anir. 1. Ceilrle, .Inly 18, I. innitp, Aii(t. 8, Celtic, July 25. Ceilrie, Auir. IB. PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURG-SOUTHAMPTON Majentlc, Jnly 10, 10 a. m., Aug. 7. lAlr(atlc (new) Jnly 17, 1 a. m. Aug:. 14 Teutonic, Juiy xt, jo a. m., Auir. 21, Ocrnnic, July 31, 11 a. m., Aug. 28. !New, 25,000 tons; has elevator, Gym nasium, Turklsih Baths. Band. B0ST0N-QUEENST0WN-L1VERP00L Fnt Twin Screw Mail Stenmcra. or 11.400 to is.BOtt tons. CYMRIC July 17, 3 p. m. Aug. 14. IlKl'l BLIC, July 31, 3s30 p. m. Aug. 28. New York, Azores, Mediterranean. Homanlc, Jy IS 3 p. in. Cretlc, Aug;. 1. Boston, Azorea, Mediterranean, f nnouic,' AiiKUHt 10, 11 a. m.i Oct. 5. Homnnic, Sept. 14, 3 a. ill., Oct. 26. ( For plans, etc., apply to -Coiupuny'a Olilce, U Broudway, i. . or S4 State St., India Building, Boston, or to Sweeiey & Kelsey, 102 Church street. Bishop & Co.. 185 Orange street: J. H. Parish & Co., it Orange street, New Haven, - - - m25 mwf Gittj itolices. CIVII, SERVICE HEADQUARTERS. New Haven Citv. June 26. 1907. EXAMINATIONS OF ASSISTANT TO THE BUILDING INSPECTOR, AND ASSISTANT ENGINEER IN THE NEW HAVEN FIRE DEPARTMENT. Notice is hereby given of competitive examinations, to test the fitness and eligibility of candidates for above named positions, to be held at the Al- dermanic Chamber, City Hall, July 10, iui, at T :ao p. m. Application Planus, and further information will be fur nished at the Secretary's office, Room 10, City Hall, daily, except Saturdays, between 12 and 1. ADDllcatlon. proper ly certified, must be filed in person with tne secretary not later tnan Monday, July 8, 1907, at 1 p. m. F. S. ANDREW, President. Attest: J. F, DONOVAN, J28 Bt Secretary. Segal Notices. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, July 1, 1907. ESTATE OF CHARLES SMITH, late of New Haven, in said District, deceas ed. Fannie A. Clark of New Haven having made written application praying that administration de bonis non cum testa mento annexo of said-estate may be granted, as by said application on file In this Court more fully appears, it is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 5th day of July, 1907, at ten o'olock in the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time ana place of the hearing thereon, be given to all parties interested in said estate, by publishing this order three times in a newspaper naving a circulation in said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON, jy2 3t Clerk. Dlstrlot of New Haven, ss. Probate Court. Julv 1. 1907. ESTATE OF JOHN REYNOLDS, late of jew naven, in salu District, deceas ed. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six months from tha date hereof ror tne creditors or said deceased to bring in their claims against said es tate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to JOHN F. REYNOLDS. jy2 3t ' Administrator. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, ' July 2, 1907. EST ATP) OF THOMAS WELLS, late of New Haven, in said District, deceas ed. The Trustee of the trust for the bene fit of Carolina W. Farnam havinK ex hibited his final account with said trust to this Court for allowance, it is ORDERED, That the 9th day of July, 1907, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, ,at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, be appointed for a hearing on the allowance or said ao count, and that notice of the time and place of said hearing be given by pub lishing this order three times in some newspaper having a circulation in said District. By. the Court. t . JOHN L. GILSON. j3 St Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, July 2, 1907. ESTATE OF CORNELIA J. LAW RENCE, late of New Haven, in said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hnth limited and ap pointed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of said deceased to bt'inr In' their claims' against said --estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. ' All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to CLARENCE B. DANN, Jy3 St i Administrator. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, . July 2, 1907. ESTATE OF EDWARD LAWRENCE, late of New Haven, .in said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hnth limited and ap pointed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of said deceased to bring in their claims against said es tate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to CLARENCE B. DANN, jy3 3t Administrator. 'I"H'l4",'l',H',,H"H"H"t'' VACATION TRIPS. X Special low round trip rates all Summer to CALIFORNIA, MEXICO, UTAH, ARIZONA, OLQRADO, ARKANSAS. via SOUTHERN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPLINE f New York-New Orleans Service! Ini'ial Trip New 10,000 Ton S. S. CREOLE from New York July 13 " T For All Particulars Address J I E, E. CURRIER, N, E. A, 1 70 Washington St., Boston, Mass ! Jiamburg-jftmerican. Twin Screw Passenger Service PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURQ-HAMBURO. Penn July 6 1 Amerika. . July 18 Kaiserin. .July 11 1 Deutsch'd July 2u Batavla.. . July 13 Patricia. ...July 27 Among special features of these ves sels are: Grill Room, Gymnasium, Palm Garden. Rlti-Carlton Restaurant, Elevators, Electric Baths.; I llamburg direct. .. . TOURIST BUREAU. R. B, Tickets, hotel accommodations, v id general information about foreign travel. Traveler's Checks, good all over ths world. HAMBUKG-AMRKICAN LINE, 35-37 Broadway, N. Y. Sweeiiey Ac Kelsey, 102 Church St., M. Zunder & Son, 49 State St.; J. H. Par ish & Co.,, 86 Orange street.; Bishop Co. 186 Orange St.; H. Bussman. Tl Orange Bt. HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE I i NEW YORK ROTTERDAM, via BOULOGNE Sailings Vednesdavsas per sniline: list Stat'dam, ' July 10 Aiift. 21, Sept. Noordam July 17 Aug. 2S, Oct. Rvndnm. July 24. Sept. 4 Oct. N.Am'dam, -Aug. Sept'. IS Oct! 23 Potsdam. Aue. i, HH)it.i f)pt. p-. Jne 10, 1807. 9-V ? mJK5,0',7-'23- 8:0- -8:20. 8:45 .iV-'.P ;00. "10:30 ill:25 a. m.. -;':"D 1:25. 1:2S 2:in. s-.as. 8:47, 9:20 p. m. m' ??,1? vl HHr,n River i miHf."i ""ford and Willi- nianUe-lO.U3 a. m., 4:02 p. m. l,lrno!?tT7VilS London and Prov- lumce :17 2:53. 7-47 hq-ob mi.-ja Si - BO" W :M:3S' '2:5 IW4B "i" T -60' I'J8;?8' 6;59, .10:00 p. m. Sun- SfSraiJ- ill8' l11:45 nC'12?02. 11 -ft 10" SprlnsrfleM 1:10. 11. Ob, a. m., 12:66. 1'42 iw n Sundays-.1:10 a. m'. .1$ 4:43 m. " t uMiiua,y a "J ; Xt x9:G5, xll:35 H-. ni,, -i:4z, 5:36, 5:43, x9:20 p. m. . . v:io, x8:00. For New London, etc. 2-17 7:47, 9:05. J9:3S. 11:07, xllll-SS a. m 12:02. .J:8! .2:B4, s3:00, iffoB i 4:05 (To ' Saybrook) 4:18, 4:B0 E-8o Vin l6:38, .6:59. 8:15,' (to Guilford) B8:15 to ?2 nro.9k S:0 p',m- Sundays 6 5 .2G l98pE2ma-nUl2:2' 2:64' 4;69- J or Ml.i.1 otovin, Wllllmantlc, Etc. Infl mSi .12:58 5:33' 6:55 (t0 Worcester and Fitchburg) p. m. Sundays 7:20 p. For S!lplllim 1?n11. 7.t w(i,nN6w Harord), 4:01, 6:54 (t3 vvestneld) p. tn. For Wnterbury 6:58, 8:00, '8:35, 9:40. a. m., 12:10, 3:35 5:25, 7:40 11:40 p m. Sundays 8:30, 11:10 a. m.. 6:40. S:4N 2:35, 5:25, 7:40 p. m. Sur a. m.. 12:10. P. m. Sundavs S-.in n m., 6:40 p. m. PlttnM . .... . For s2-nnT?n5l(vla Bridgeport) 9:35 a. m. ,m' Sundays 8:00 a. m. ao.uu p. m. Sunrtnvs s-nn ' PoiU,!ikee.Nle s2:00, aB:00'p.'m. New York via lirllii,.nr .Ta a.- cr 7:23 a. m. Snn,i,-.i,cc " l!ParaioUrrtcnar,lm ' 'JrlT aEcept Saturdays. , mMo-Trta S'" O. M . SHRFARD, F. C. COLBY, Gen. Supt.. Asst. Gen. Pn. Art. NewHavehLirie FAKES REDUCED, 7BC to New Tork. EXCLUSION TICKETS, $1.25. Steamer Richard Peck.1 R.r NewHavea Steamer leave fUe Dock 1.00 a, m. daily, except Mondays. Passengers , may boar steamer at any time after 10:00 p. m. t.iLi!! JVey.'orkT-Steamer leaves Pier 20 East River, foot of Peck Slip week days 2:45 p m.; foot East 22d street 3 p. m. SUNDAYS until Sept 8, inclusive fe'N Jork. Pier 20, E. R., 9 a. n ' foot East 22d street 10 a. m. Leave New Ha-ven 4:30 p. m. Time between New Haven and New Tork about five hours. ( 4vFor.tlck't!La,nd staterooms apply at the office on Belle. Dock: also at Bishop ft Co.. 185 Orange St. and on steamer.' THR NEW ENGLAND STEAMSHIP CO., Ceorxo C. Black. Agent. New Hurcu. SPECIAL NOTICE. The steamer Richard Peck will not make the regular trip from New Ha ven to New York at.l o'clock Friday morning. July 5, but Instead will leave : New Haven on Thursday, July 4. jit ... .i.lf.via(i.tn)ft.n . Starln'a IM.Y.&N.H.Llno DAILY EXCEPT- SATURDAY. fASSlilVGKR AND FREIGHT SEltVICH Leaves Mew Haven B:00 n. m. ntnrir. Pier, foot of Brown Street. Leaven ew York :ng p. m., Cortland Street. Pier No. 13, N. R. Fare 76o, excursion tickets $1.25. Rooms $1. Take Chap 1 Street cars to Brewery Street. C. H. FISH EH, Aarent, Jfew Bavea. Const ANCHOR LINE. GLASGOW and LONDONDERRY Sailing from New York every Saturday NEW TWIN SCREW STEAMSHIPS V "CALEDONIA' and "COLUMBIA" Averape passage 74 days. AND FAVORITE STEAMSHIPS . "Antorla" and "Fnrnesnla." For rates of saloon, second cabin of third class passage, book of tours ana further information apply to Hender-1 son Brothers, New York. Or, Jas. Mustarde, 94 Crown st Blah- op & Co.. 1SB Orarwre street, J. F. Shanlev. 7SS Grand ave., J. A. Svenaon. B16 State St:, Sweezey & Kelsey, 10 J Church St., New Haven. Ail lit'- 9ia9- e:ao P- m- Sundays II1-r. it0' x7:6a' 8:S a- m - xl2:00, x-ii'.s20,.iZ:14' 3:54' 4:". 6:10. XD.XD. 6 5A 7-.iK tT.Ci lio.r -n..A AMERICAN LIME Plymouth Cherbourg; Southampton From New York Saturdays at 9:30 a. m. . New York, July 6. Phlla,, July 20 St. Louis. July 13. 'St. Paul, Aug. 3. , RED STAR LINE New York Dover Antwerp, Vaderland, July 6. I Zeeland, July 2t. Kroonland, July 13 I Finland, July 27 Piers 14 and 15, N. River, Ofllce, S Broad way, Bowling Green Building;, N. Y.. der & Sons. 249 State St.; J. H. Parish & Co., 8 Orange St.; Sweezey & Kel sey, 102 Church St.. New Haven, eod tt FRENCH LINE. Coinpnenle Genernle Tranatlantlane, Direct Line to HAVRE PARIS, France, Bailing every thuksuai:, iu a. m. From Pier 42, North River, New Tork. La Provence .-. .........July H La Bretagne July 18 I.a Savole July 25 La Touralne Aug. 1 La Lorraine ....Auk. 8 La Bretagns Aug. 15 Twin-screw steamers. Apply to French Line, 19 State St, N. T. or Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St., Blfthop & Co., 183 Orange St., Parish & Co., 86 Orange St. Are You Going to Europe? Investigate Griswold's Economical Vacation Tour OF ENGLAND) LONDON and PARIS. (Personally Conducted). Kails from Boston July 31 on Mam moth White Star Steamer Republic Returns from Southampton August 28 on New White Star Steamer Adriatic. Duration of Tour, Fonr Weeka., . Price, $175. (No Extras). Only Three More Vacancies. For Itinerary and all partfenlars apply to H. J. Griswold, 156 Temple street, (Y. M. C. A. Bidg.), or to Elsh op & Co.. 1S5 Orange street Montauk -Steamboat Co.'s Ling. Between New London and GTeenport, Shelter Island and Sag Harbor, Long Is land. Steamer "Nantasket leaves New Lon don, week days. 10:00 a. m 4:10 p. m. - - Leaves Sag Harbor 6:00 a. m., 12:80 p.m.