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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER,. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1807.
if- Notion Sale, Every Price Lower Than Usual Pearl Buttons Two-hole fresh water Pearl Buttons, all . sizes. Card of two dozen for 4c. Two nnd four hole, fine quality, f resli water Pearl Buttons, all sizes. . Card of two dozen for 7c. Fifty Gross Ocean Shell Pearl Buttons, In a'l sizes nn to large coat size. Cards con tain 9, 6 and 4 buttons, and worth not less than 25c. card, for 10c. card Hooks and Eyes Dres3 Fasteners Red lion Hook and Eyes, Black and White, all sizes. 0 to 4 ... .' 1c. card Mutual Hooks and I Eyes, with Hump, made by DeLong. ' Black and White . . 2c. card Gem Sprlns Hooks and Eres, Black and White, all sizes, with 1 doz. Invisible Eyes, ' . ! - Sc. card Unique Hook and Eye Tane, Black and White, regularly 15c. yard 10c, yard Itold-Fst Dress Fasteners, Black and Silver. ., 3e. doz. Snug Garment Fasteners, Silver and Black, 10c. kind, for 7c. doz. Tapes Twill Tapes, all widths, S rolls . for Sc. Bunch Non-Twisting Tapes, 9 . bunches 5c. 10-yard English Twill Tapes, , 8c. piece Bias Tape Folds, for finishing Scams 8c. piece NEWS OF SGTJTHINGTON .Clark-Griffith Wedding Death of Mrs. Elnathan Atwood W. : . ... W. Smith Place Sold Coming Wedding. (Special Journal and (Special Journal-Courier News Service.) Southlngton, Oct. 2. There was a very pretty wedding last evening at 6 o'clock t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Griffith of Center street, when their daughter, Annie Belle was mar ried to George Clinton Clark, son of : Arthur N. Clark of New Britain. The ceremony was performer in the Mason ic club rooms which had been hired for the occasion and they were united by the Rev. Walter "V, Grey, pastor of the Baptist church, the double ring service .'being used. . The bride was given away by her father, Theodore Griffith and the groom was attended by the ' bride's brother, Lnuls Griffith of this place. The bride 1 was attired In a handsome gown of white silk chiffon, trimmed with duch- efs lace and applldue. She carried a shower bouquet of chrysanthemums and swasonlas. Miss Lucretia Clark of New Britain, sister of the groom, and Alias Mae Strubel of Waterbury, acted It makes no difference how good your floors may be, unless they receive a proper finish they will neither look nor wear well. Consider the thickness of any finish you will then realize the importance of having the best. s MERRELS, CROSS & CONTRACTING Telephone 839-2. Guns and Ammunition. Full .a. II ' Complete Line of Talking Machines Victor and Edisi.u. October List of Records Now Rendy. 3, An the leading makes of Guns and Rifles, inclmllnjr the Winchester. ' nfoi-iin R(minffton. Farker, Lcfever, Baker. Ithaca. Stevens and other" well-known makes. I J. E. BASSETT,THE GU?cYhV.f NEW HAVEN'S MOST RELIABLE DEP'T STORE Each Notion item in this sale i3 a little purse help. By the time you've" filled out your sewing needs in this busy event you'll find that the Econ omies are important. The Best Notions Very Very Cheap On sale on Specials Tables near the main elevator, West Store. Seam Bindings ' (All-Silk) All Silk Seam Bindings, 5 1-4 line,-Black, White and Col ors. Regularly 1C& piece, for 12c. piece All Silk Seam Binding-, 5 1-4 line, Elnck, White and Col- ors. for Rcsnlarly 17c. piece, 15c. piece Black and White Prussia Blnd . lng. Best quality. J 5c. piece Black. White and Steel Grey Curved Bias Binding. Regu lar 6c, for Sc. yard EXTRA . Five hundred dozen Sewing Silks, 50-yard Spools, made by .Ilcmlnway. Black, White and assorted Staple Colors. Tills is one of the best Silks made, and tills is the last op portunity to purchase at this low price, 3 spools for. 10c. One hundred dozen Mercerized Dress Braids, 5 yard Bolts. Black and all the wanted colors. Regularly 10c. price, for i........ 7c. Not over one dozen sold to a purchaser. pieces Courier News Service.). as flower girls and were attired in gowns of pink chiffon. Margaret Hor an was ring bearer. - The servers were Miss Mabel Wes ton. Mnrtha Jones. Leila and Bessie Upson, Llla and Flora Clark of New Britain. Irwin Griffith, a brother ot the bride, Sherman Avery of New Brit tain, and Leslie Strubel of New Haven, acted as ushers. The hall was tastily decorated with ferns, potted plants and autumn leaves and as the couple entered, Mrs. Alfred V. Oxley, Who presided at the organ, played Ixhengrln's wedding march. The groom's gift to the bride was a beautiful diamond ring and his gifts to the ushers were chip diamond stick pins. Tne.nnue is a , a , ladv and has been employed as ographer by the town clerk. The groom is one of New Britain's leading eon tractors. -After a ceremony a, reception was Hardwood Floors. BEARDSLEY, DECORATORS. 90-92 ORANGE STREET. Bassett's Gun Store. line of Hunters' Coats and TJoo.'s. I Pins, All Kinds The leading Pin Sheet, 400 count, 3 papers 5c, The Royal Pin Sheet, 400 count, made in England, 3 papers for . .. 10c. Osbom Pin Book, Black and Brass Pins 7c. each Mourning Pins, lc. bos Crown Beit Pins, large card, Black, White, Mat Assorted and Turquoise. Value 10c., for 5c. card Victoria and Treasure Safety Pins. Bfcick and Nickel. Reg ularly 5c., for ... . 3e. card loo. large Pin Cubes, all kinds, for , 6c. each Ideal Nickel Plated Skirt Gauges. A simple device for getting, the right hang all around. Regularly 25c., for 17c. Fifty Gross Tubular Shoe Laces, a fine quality, extra strong, for Men's and Boys' Shoes, 11-4 yards long. Regularly 10c, 'or t. ...... i 7c, doz. American Featherbono Oo.'s and Warner's Chlo& Grade, Gros Grain, ' Waist Bone, Black an 1 White. 7c, yard, 6flc. doz. yds. tJMXl held to immediate friends and rela tives and the young couple then left for a wedding tour of the south, visiting Old Point Comfort, Jamestown and Washington. On thefr return they will reside on Prospect street, New Britain, and will be at home after Nov. 28. Mrs. Elnathan' Atwood died late Tuesday night at the home of he daughter, Mrs. A. M. Craig of New Ha ven. Mrs. Atwood had been suffering for a long time and Anally went to New Haven for treatment. Services were held at the home of her daughter in New Haven, yesterday, and her body was brought here on the 1 p. m. train. The funeral was held from the train and Interment was In Oak Hill c6metery. Frederick Williams, Frank R. Upson and Referee Kellogg have been ap pointed appraisers of the estate of John G. Lindsley, bankrupt. Herman Ellwell, 1 aged sixty-eight years, dled-at the 'Soldiers' home in No .roton last Monday night,- after a long illness. He left Southington about six months ago oh account of illness. He was Sent to a, New York hospital where .,, vno,, a cancer. He seemed to be wen ana was sent back to the home, but died shortly after. He was a veteran of the Seventeenth regiment, servlrig from 1862-1865. He was burled in the ceme tery at the home. Miss May Mahon of Meriden avenue, has accepted a position In Winches ter's, New Haven, as timekeeper. Rev. C. B. F. Pease attended the Oc tober meeting of the Central Congre gational club of Connecticut at the First Congregational church in New Britain, Tuesday night. The heirs of W. W. Smith have sold to Mrs. Jacob Rexroth, the W. W. Smith place. Miss May Callahan of Elden place, and William Driscoll of Bristol, will be married at St. Thomas' church, Nov. 6. ' WILL WALK 1,200 MH.ES. Bristol, Oct. 24. Chief Ernest T. Bel den got a letter this afternoon from a man who signed himself as Edward Weston Walker, who told the chief that he purposed walking from Port land, Me., to Chicago, 111. He said he had taken the same trip exactly forty years ago and he Intended to try it ngain. He said he expected to reach Bristol, Nov. 4, and stay here over i-irht. i . . If he carries out his plan he will walk 1,200 milts. AGED WOMAN DEAD IN BED. Danbury, Oct. 24. Mrs. Melissa Cole of New York was found dead at the home of her daughter, Mrs. P. P. Brush, where she was visiting to-duy. She was eighty-five years of age and died of hea disease. Miscellaneous Enamel and Hardwood Stock ing Darners 2c each Gold Eye Englj: Needles, 2c. pkg. Cabinet Hair Phis, asst. sizes. 10c. kind for 7c. Corset Clasps, white and Grey. Sc. each Collar Buttons, all sizes Sc. doz. 18c. Worsted Carpet Binding, 12 yard rolls for 10c. Horn Bone Hair Pins, 10c. kind for . 5o- So2- neminway's Waste Silk, 7c. hot Jjarce Tomato Pin Cushions, 10c. kind for 15c. Mercerized Frill Elastic, Black and Colors, regnlnrly 13c. yard, for 10c. yd. English Japanned Bunch Hair 14ns, 8 for( ........... 5c. Embroidery Hoops . . So. each Sleeve Protectors, Black. White and Check 7cv pr. Fcntherwelstht Collar Sets, enough for boning two col lars 3c. each Spool and Darning Cottons Kins' 200-yard Black and . Wh4te Machine Cotton, .-,.(, 2c spool Marseilles' 500-yard Basting Cotton. Value 5c each, x I Sc. Spool 45-yard Darning Cotton, Fast Black and Brown, 4 for 5c. Fast Black Darning Cotton on cards, 1 dozen for 6c tskt siss FOR SHORE LINE TROLLEY. ! The action of the board of railroad commissioners In requiring bridges of special construction over the shore line division at Sold Saybrook and over the Valley branch near Fenwlck will great ly increase the stimated cost for the construction of the Shore Line Electrlo railway. . Plans have been approved for the route from Ivoryton through Guilford. Girl's Face a Sight With Pimples-; Looked' Like Chicken Pox or Blood Poison People Afraid to Go Near Her Two Babies Suffer Terribly With Milk Crust Which Maturated. ALL COMPLETELY CURED BY CUTICURA "Some time ago my daughter, nged 14, began to break out on her face with small pimpiea and I told her to get the Cuticura Bemedies and take them, but she used some stuff called 1) and in about three weeks her face was a sight. It looked some liks chicken pox and at last like blood poison, so that every one who saw her was al most afraid to go near her. Then I Bent for a complete set of the Cuticura Remedies and now she has not had a pimple for two months. I knew that Cuticura would cure her because I Have used it before with such success. About eighteen years ago, I had a little girl who had what the doctor called milk crust on her head. This spread until one ear was covered. Sho was then six months old and grew worse until I used all threeof theCuticuraRemBclIes, which cured her. I have a little boy, now two years old, who was taken the same way. When five days old his head began to raise up in water blisters, then turned red and then a yellow matter formed under the blisters. 'It dried up and looked like a big patch of dirt, then it scaled off, broke out again and spread nearly all ever bis head. The same kinds of sores formed in the bends of his arms and legs. At first I had a physician who treated him and eaid he would outgrow it, but when he was two weeks old I began to use the Cuticura Remedies, and when three months old he was well, and he now has a fine skin, as dear as crystal. I always use Cuticura Soap when I wash him. Mrs. J. A. Jacobs, Berlin, N. J., June 19, July 11, and Oct. 20, 1906. " For Sore Hands and Feet Soak the hands or feet at night in a strong, hot, creamy lather of Cuticura Soap. Dry and anoint freely with Cuti cura Ointment, the great skin cure. Ban dage lightly in old, soft cotton or linen. Complete External and Internal Treatment tor Every Humor ot Infants, Children, and Adults con Hsls ot Cuticura Soap 25c.). Cuticura OlutKent (NIc), Cuticura Pills (25c). Sold throughout Uw vrurld. Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Sole Props., XlonoQ, Mass. r Mailed Free, Cuticura Book on Si. In Diseases. PERSONAL NOTES Jos:-ph Collins has sold his house on j Center street; West Haven, and with his family moved yesterday to Carmel street, this city. Mr. and Mrs. George Hayden and the Misses Hayden of Clinton place, West Haven, have taken apartments in Warner hall for the winter. D. Moiloy of Main street, West Ha ven, has just returned from Lexington, Ky., where he attended the Grknd cir cuit, meet. . i . T. B. Wickwire, M. E. Jacobs and E. E. Austin left Berlin, Wednesday, for a two weeks' trip- to South Caro lina. Mr. Wickwire intends to closa put his saw mill business, located in that state, and Mr. Austin and Mr. Jacobs are planning a hunting expe dition through the canebrakes after a few black bears. Mr. Jacobs' many friends here and In North Haven will wish the party success. Miss Norma Andrews of Edgewood avenue gave a farewell party Wednes day evening in honor of Miss Mae An drus of Hotchklss street, a graduate of the Yale Music school, who will soon leave with her parents for her new home in Denver, Col. A pretty birthday party was given Wednesday In honor of Miss Pauline Ives at her home, 847 Biohm street, West Haven. There were games, sing ing, and piano selections, after which a buffet lunch was served. Miss Ives received many presents. Among those present were: Dorothy Hadlook, Mar garet Simmons, Katherlne Anderson, May Bendle, Lottie Gress, Charlie Cros son, Willie Alwind, Bernard Burgess, Rutherford Martin, Clarence Blake, Durell Shepard and Raymond Hay wood. Miss (Daisy Brooks of Anderson ave nue gave a pretty luncheon this week In honor of Mrs. Gilbert Lacey of Windsor, Vt. The color scheme was pink and white, cosmos of those colors being used in profusion. Music and games were enjoyed and priaos were won by Miss Flora Trust and Miss Bes sie Rhlnewall. The Misses Warner and Moore also were lucky. This evenlnpr Miss Margaret Hogan of New Haven will sing at the services to be held In St. Mary's church, Milford, wmcn nave oeen or. nigiuiy occurrence and will be continued for the balance of the week. Each evening speolal musio has been rendered by the choir and is made a special feature of the service.. Mrs. jG. C. Woolley and son of West Hav6n are visiting Mrs. Wooliey's par ents, Mr. ana Mrs. mineri uouon or Hartford. Miss Mallssa Pierson of Congress ave nue is entertaining Mr, Pease of Kan sas City. Mrs. E. A. Lettney of Union avenue, West Haven, is the gueBt of friends in Hartford. ' - The Kalmathean club will meet this afternoon with Mrs. D. I. Welsh, 63 Main street. "Here dwelt the race of Owen 'of old. The great, the strong. -fthe proud, the bold." Chairman Mrs. Charles B. uougnr "Origin ot the An cient Irish. Their Language and the Division of the Tribes," Miss M. Vir ginia Hull; "Social and Domostlo Cus toms, and the Breton Laws," Mrs. Charles Gough. . Mrs. Francis B. Bush of Brooklyn is the guest of Mrs. C. K. Bush of Elm street, West Haven. , Mis Lara B. Rosenthal of Greenwich avenue 1$ entertaining Miss May Pierce of Washington, D. C. Mrs. ,V, 8. Wlnans and daughter, Miss Mabel Wlnans of Brooklyn, are visiting Mrs. William Everltt of Third avenue, West Haven. Miss Clara Feeney of WaterbUry and Miss Mary McNlerney have returned home after a few days' visit with Mrs. J. W. Blaok ot 108 Ward street. FRED R. CHILDS DEM). Wedded Daughter of John D. Crlm mlns Only Four Months Ago. Stanmford, Oct. 24. Frederick Rob bins Childs, a broker of New York olty, died early this morning of typhoid fever at his summer home, Colender's Point, near Stamford, Conn. On April 3 of this year Mr. Childs married Miss Constance Crlmmltis, a daughter of John D. Crlm mlns. As he was a Protestant and she was a Catholic the wedding was" cele brated at the residence of the bride's parents. Mr. Childs wa a Harvard man, be ing a graduate of the class of 1900. He was the son of Harris C. Childs, of Brier Knoll, Great Neck, L. I. At college he was a prominent society man, and after leaving it was active In New York clubs, notably the Racquet, Har vard, the Groat Neok Racing associa tion. He was secretary of the last named organization, and was the real director of its affairs. He was a mem ber of the tirm of Rowland Knapp & Co., brokers, of New tork. He had been ill two weeks. i It takes a man with an unusually good disposition not to care a rap about the kind of weather that comes along. MARINE HECOHD. jtg'Vm Port of New Haven. ARRIVED. Sch Fairfield, Sawyer, Savannah, Ga. Son Olio, McPherson, N. Y. Sch Weybossett, Merrils. Sch Alhambra, Metcalf, New London. CLEARED. Sch Neptune, Roberts, N. Y. Sch Edna and Charles, Holbrook, N. Y. Sch Emma, Smith, . 3cli Yosemite, Carter, N. T. Sch Ann Louisa, CpUins, . ' GENERAL SHIPPING NEWS. Cape Race, N. F., Oct 24. Steamer New York, Southampton and Cherbourg for Now York, In communication with the' Mareoni station when 1,033 miles east of Sandy Hook at 9 a. m. Will probably dock 4 p. m. Saturday. New York, Oct. 24. Steamer Cam Dania. Genoa. Nanles and Palermo. Sailed: Steamers Arable, Liv.erpool and Queenstown; Deutschland, Ham burg via Plymouth and Cherbourg; La Ixrralne, Havre; Slavonia, Gibraltar, Naples, etc.; Republic, Azores, Gibral tar, etc.; Oscar II. (Dan.) Chrtstlan ?and and Copenhagen; Barbarossa, Bremen, via Plymouth and Cherbourg. Brow Head, Oct. 24. Steamer La Touralne, New York for Havre, was re ported 103 miles south at 1:30 a. m. to day. Will probably reach Havre about 11 a. m. Steamer Amerlka, New York for Ply mouth, Cherbourg and Hamburg, was reported 160 miles southwest at 4:35 a. m. Will probably1 reach Plymouth about 10:30 r. m. Copenhagen, Oct. 23. Arrived: Steam-, er United States, New York via Chris tiansand. . Queenstown, Oct. 24. Sailed: Steam er Cymric, (from Liverpool), Er-ton. Rotterdam, Oct. 23. Arrived: Steam er Arconia, New York for Llbau. Manchester, Oct 24. Arrived: Steam er Iberian. Boston. Liverpool, Oct. 24. Arrived: Steam Ara Ivernla, Boston via Queenstown; Moordland, Philadelphia via Queens town. Fastnet, Oct. 24. Steamer Lusitania, Nfiw York for Queenstown and Liver pool, reported 1S4 miles west at 12:37 p. m. Wtll probably reach Queenfc-O'-'ri fiboul t:M r. tn. S&gres, Oct. 24. Pnssed: Steamer Si cilian Prince. New York for Naples. Genoa, Oct. 20. Arrived: Steamer Florida, New York via Naples. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. .AMERICAN LINE Plymouth Cherbourg Southampton From New York Saturdays at 9:30 a. m. St. Paul. Oct. 28. I St. Louis. Nov. 9 jNew York. Nov. 2. I Plilla., Nov. 16. RED STAR LINE New York Antwerp Purls, New York Oiivrr Antnerih. Vaderland. Oct. 26 Zeeland, Nov. 20. Krooniand, Nov. fi. I Finland, Xtee. 4. Office, 9 Ilroadway, New York' city. Plera 14 oml 13., N. R., N. Y. City. Bishop & Co., 1S5 Oranpe St.: M. Zun der & Sons. 249 State St.; J. H. Parish & Co.. 86 Orange St.: Swoezey & Kel ey, 102 Church St.. New Haven, eod tf Starln's N.Y.&W.H.Llns UaiLX iiXOKi-"!' SAiultDAX'. f AShKJVGKH jaNo FUUIUUT S&UVICB Ijeavts iNcrf iiaven :oU p. m., Buvrlo, Pier, foot o Brown Street Leave? New York 9.00 j. m., Cortland Street T.teI .No;.:1A N- K- FaT3 excursion tickets 11.26. Rooms 81." vttke Chain 1 Street oar to Brewery ritreot C. B. FISHKR. A Knit, , Man Haven. Ctma, Jamhurg-Jtmericcm, Twin-Screw Express and " Passenger Service. I nnrlnn P.Lineoln(new) Oct. 26 LUnUUn Ko,lserIn (new)..Oct. 31 via Plymouth. II Waldersee . a . Nov. 2 Par-ic ' 'Blueeher Nov. 7 13 ' ' JIPennBylvania. ..Nov. 9 via Cherbourg. Amerlka(new)..Nev. 14 Hamhlirn 'P.Orant (new) Nov. 16 namuurn. n Pretorlav Nov sg Among special features of these ves sels are: Grill Room, Gymnasium, Palm Garden, Rttz-Carlton Restaurant, Ele vators, Electric Bath. . II Sails to Hamburg fllreot. ' REDUCED RATES to Plymouth, Cherbourg & Hnmnare $50 AND UPWARD AC CORDING TO STEAMER AND LOCATION. . ' 1 , Hamburg ..... Nov. 6 Batavia Nov. 21 Gibraltar Maniac . Moltke Nov. 28 Naples P.Llnooln(new) Dee. B Genoa naraiiurs Jan. 4 Batavia Jan. 14 Moltke 4 , Jan. 29 AlAYanrfria Special trip by s. s. HIBXdliarid," Hamburg;, Jan. 4 and via Gibraltar Jfeo. 10. Grand Winter Crnlses to tlie Orient. West Indies. Superb Nile Service by new atenmera.. Tourist Bureau for gen eral lnformhtlon. Travelers' Checks Good All Over the World. Company's office, 85 and 87 Broadway, N. Y. FRENCH LINE. Couikliigule Gvncruie Trnnaatluatlane. Direct Line to HAVRE PARIS, France, Sailing every THURSDAY, 10 a. m. From Pier 42. North River, ; 1 New Tork. . La Savole Lft Provence ............. Ij. Touraine Oot. SI . .Nov. '. 7 .Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov, 28 . Dec. 5 La Lorraine La Savole La Provence Twin-screw steamers. - . Extra smiiuga. . . . La Bretagne.. .......... Oct. 20, p, m. La Gascogne ....... .. Nov. $, 3 p. m. Apply to French Une, 19 Btate St., N. T. or Sweezey & Kolsey, 102 Church St, Bishop & Co., 183 Orange St, Parish Co.. 88 Orange St CITY NOTICES. TAXPAYERS Are hereby notified that the Board of Assessors of the City of New Haven, will be In session at Room No. 8, City Hall, 1 every week day from October 1, 1907. until November 1, 1907, Inclusive, for the purpose of receiving lists o Il persons owning property, real and per gonal, subject to taxation in this olty. If any resident taxpayer ne;leot9 or refuses to hand in list made and sworn' to as prescribed by law (sickness or absence f,rom the city being no excuse), the assessors must take out list, and add thereto ten per centum, as required by law. Power of attorney cannot be made use of in making oath to list, nor can the husband make oath to list of prop erty of the wife, in which he has no Interest, nor contrariwise, the wife for the husband. Each parcel of real estate must be separately described. Office hours from 9 a. m. until 4 p. m., except on Saturdays, when the hall will be closed at 1 p m. Signed: EDWARD F. MERRTLL, OSCAR P. IVES. JOHN J. HOGAN, , TIMOTHY F CALLAHAN, FREDERICK L. LBHR. 0'1-urtttl-nl . Board of Assessors., SPECIAL COMMITTEE OIV CIVIL SER VICE RECORDS. recorda will hold a public heading In rOOinSf JU-li K,liy ntlll, wii lliuiaunj, October 24, 1907, at 8 p. m for the con sideration of the following petition: Petition of Anthony Carroll for an opinion from the corporation counsel whether or not the records of the civil nnmmlnalnn a,a mihltp rPPrtrrlM. and the public can investigate them the same as any oilier recnra. All persons Interested In the forego ing are hereby notified to appear and be heard thereon without further no tice. Attest: FRANKLIN li HOMAN. Chairman. Attest A. OSWALD PALLMAN, o22, 23 24 Assistant City Clerk. , COMMITTEE ON ABATEMENT OF TAXES. The Committee on Abatement of Tax es of the Board of Aldermen will hold a public hearing In Rooms 10-11, City Hall, Friday, October 26, 1907, at 8 o'clock p. m. for the consideration pf the following petitions: Petition of Jennie M. Cowles, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, J. J. Tlerney, Goffe Street Special School, Hannah Keftne, Mrs. Caroline A. Newhall, M. C. Bright man, A. D. Steinbach, Bernard McGib ney.V.Nathan A. Hull, Mrs. Elizabeth Besler, Edwin S. Hesse and Nellie E. Beecher, for abatement of taxes, Hens, interest and assessments. All persons interested in the forego ing are hereby notified, to be present, e heard thereon without further BtlOb , (, order: SAMUEL J. NATHANSON, Chairman. Attest: A. OSWALD PALLMAN. 023 3t Assistant City Clerk. Almeria, Oct. 23. Sailed: Steamer Alireria (from Napies) New York. Queen otown. Oct. 24. Sailed: Steam er Adriatic, (from Southampton and cl": uourg) New York. Now York, Oct. 24. Arrivea: ateamer Prlnzees Irene, Naples. Queenstown, Oct. 24. Steamer Celtic, from New York for Queenstown and Liverpool, was 250 miles west at noon; will reach Queenstown at 4 a. m. in day. Sable Island, N. S., Oct. 24. Steamer Re d'Ttnlia. from Genoa for New York, was 170 miles southeast of Sable Island at 1 p. m.; will dock 4 p. m. Saturday. KBW LONDON MARIS IS NOTES. New London. ()"t. 24. Sailed: Schr. Hiai-lep Liilinrr. (from PortIa.mil, New York; tugs Elmer A. Keeler with four b ''tes Vmrt enst: Charles B. Sanford, with six barges bound east, . TRAVELERS' GUIDE. ftjeiv York New Haven V & Hertford i OCTOBER a, 194)7, rRi 5Tor.fc-,:2. 4:45, x6:55, x6:50, 5:00, 8:45, 12:03, xi:zu, g;oo, x8:20. 3:47, 8:33, m. Sundays-JAl .'lit VS'r 9: ,p" 4:3!? ' sllKrMh'. .'2:03, 3:62. 9:03, 9:20 n. m ' ' " nSof '!?hiMS T River- 'For Bosto Via ' HiLTLii Will. D. m. - - "Ull I (, Providence '2:42, New Loudon anil 2:65, U":4j .I- "I., 12:06..- v:47. 19:42 112:42, "12:65.. P. m.Sunriava '4: 20. 4'fiS 1 1 4 0 .la. ., t:aa, - 11:63. ;J6B, 4:53. 7:flS n m., '12:05, ii:ii. ?"rJ0B.,T'f .srtaeia-;.i:i5 days 1-in k m m- Sun fkii 'S.?ffieI' fcWl:10 x4 xl eToHto Hartford), 7?io?x8ai: Wi Tm 1 Ho. "6:46.. 7:19. tR Knr I:An.1nn XS:25, d m. 7:47, l9:42. Il:l3 etc. 1 20, 2:66,- u:4Z a. m. 12:06. l 2:42. "j'ss V. S' 20. 4 ES K-SS (.in" . or'T" lie :42, neToo,' Ti :3d. ?toV KS?8 ' m. Sundays I:S0..iiEiS.' -U Ztii'.Ji' l. m 12;06,.!:'&S, 4:53, 7;05 p" m For Mtddletowa, Wllflmantie, Etc'.-. nd Fltchbur), 5:(6, p. m.. Sundays 7-as a. and Fit 7 '20 n m . .For Sheltinrna Vnllii' nt l.tn . ' 12:81. to rjw rrortfnrfl a-m .cT ,' Westfield) p. m. ' ' ' k u f Vot Wnterlmry 8:00, 9:82,, a. m. ' ?.: iS ?18S' .B,48' W A"t ' Sundays- ' 8:25.11:15, a: m.,8;45,. 8:50 b. m. , r 'T,VyiB"'e',"9l!& ".' 1801. ' 2:85,' 6:43, 7:40 p. m. Sundays 8:25 a. m., I 6:45 D. m. ' , 5:68, (via Bridgeport), 9:82, a, m., 4:05 p. m. Sundays 7:55 (via Bridgeport) a. m. . w - ....... . . . a . ill.. T.VU U. in. Sundays 7:55 (via, Bridgeport) a. m. wajj coo LI etiuo tT.op.bi rvrricq ' Gea. Supt. Aast. Geu. paHa. Act. Mm Haven Line FDRs NEW TURK. THE 1SOUTH AND WEST FAKES REDUCED. ' 8TKAMBU RICHARD PECK. From New Haven Leave Belle Dock daily, except Mondays, It. a From New York Leave pier 20, East Rlvfer; foot Peck Slip, 2:45 p. m., foot East 22d street 3 p. m. daily,, except Sundays. Time between New Haven and New Tork about five hours. , Tickets and stateroom at Bishop1 & Co. s, 185 Orange street, also at Bella Dock and on Steamer. . GEO. C. BLACK, Afrent, New Haven. . F, C. COLET. Gen. Pass. Asrtu N. T. LAST TOUR Or" THE SEASON TO THE JAMESTOWN EX POSITION, leaving Atonday', October .28. Six-; days' trip, stopping one day In Wash- i lngton, accommodations !, at . Poynt Comfort Tavern, Old Point Cwnfortj expenses Included, $34.00 from New Haven. 'Bo6k' names early wltli The Recreation Tourist ' Company' 183 Orange St., New Hnvea. Cons, SOUTHERN PACIFIC STEAMERS New York New Orleans Weekly Sailings From Pier 125, N. River, Nopn. Connect at New Orleans w'lth SUNSET ROUTE ' for " i . SOUTHWEST-PACIFIC COAST Low Rates September, October. '' -k , E. B: CURRIER, , N. E. A., 170 Washington Street, Boston. . i ... JAMAICA COLON SOUTH PACIFIC Kingston, Colon, Savanllla, La Guayra' Trinidad, Barbados, Southampton. Tagus .....Nov. 2 I Atrato . ...Nev. SO Orinoco: . .Nov. 16 Trent rn n Luxurious Steamers of iooO tons ac- commoaaung nrst ana second cabin and steerage passengerd. THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO. Sailing 8 p. ni, Pier 60, N. R., West 12th' Street. ; Sanderson & Son., 22 State street, N. Y., Foster Debeveise, Flat Iron build-1 lng, N. Y.; Bishop & Co., 185 Orange, street; Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church street. White Star Line iiciu vflDV.nilCCUCTniifU i luCDnnm ni.ii iuin-iuuLiioiuiiii-Liitnr UJL Baltic, Oct. 81. I 'Arable. Nov. 21 C'edrlc, Nov. 7. BnKlo, Nov. 28. Celtic, Nov. 14. CedrIc, Dc. 5. PLYM0UTH-CHERB0URS-S0UTHAMPT8N . Majcatlc, Nov. 30, 10 a. m.j Nov. 2T. Adriatic, Nv. 6, Bt30 a. m.'Dee. 4. Teutonic, Nov. 18, 10 a. m.) Dec. 11. Oceanic, Nov. 20, 0:;!0 a. m., Deo. 18. IINew, 25,000 tons; has elevator, Qyra aatlum, Turkish Baths. Band. B9ST0N-QUEENST0WN-LIVERP00L Fast Trrln Screw Mall Steamer, of 11.409 to 11.800 tons. CYMRIC, Jtv. 8, li30 a. m.) Dec. 4. Jinx. ITALY and EGYPT Via Aore Madeira, Qtbraltar, A 1 tiers II ,.rt, 1.1 IP CEDRIC-SSf.. For piacs, etc., appiy to uompany'o Onicc, V Mroadivuy, M. V. or 84 State tit..' India Building, Boston, or to Swea7 & Kelsey. 102 Church afreet. Bishop Jt Co., 1SS Orange street; J. H. Parish &! Co., tf Cranes strstt. Nw Heto,! m2S rawf 3:62, 4:22 4 -ii ' i.ni HI' 6:42 .!$:0S, 6:36, m Romanic, (Jet. in, vt o, reo, 1, inar.14 Crctlc, Nov. 1, Dec. 11, Mar. 28. May 9 Canoplc, Nov. 16, Jan. 11, Feb. 22, Apr 4 itnnniilin. Nov. 30. Jan. 25. Mar.T.Anr is