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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1907.
NEW HAVEN'S MOST RELIABLE DEFT STORE $5 A SALE OF LONG COATS $5 ...... 1 Nearly full length, 48 inches," heavy Coats of dark mixed' stripes, heavy and warm and just as sty-" lishly made as though they cost five times $5.00. . They.arefinished with a velvet collar and the workmanship is good throughout. While they last, Saturday $5.09, Long Black Coats Long Black Coats, three groups of very remarkable values for Saturday you will find in these Satin lined Coats at $3.87, $12.0 and $16.50 Nice $5 Jackets $3.98 -Box Coats, 3D inches long, made of dark' stylish mixturei and with a black velvet collar to finish. You'll wonder when you see them how such Jackets can te sold for $3.98 - The lot is small, and that's a warnin. Children's Coats Mothers of little tots are thinking most about Warm Coats f cr their children, i We've planned a special sale of; heavy Chinchilla Coits for 8 to 14 y:zr girls for Saturday. They're here in grey, navy blue and red. They're away below the low-water mark at C6.50. - . . ' Saturday $5.00 while they last Girls Cloth Coat . PONY FUR CLOTH For Jackets and Coats, $5 a Yard Tut if vou'd rather h:vs a Cloth Co t hre are Navy "flue Cheviot Cons with wsrm red linirg If you'v: ben pl'n nineto p:y J6.0 for the It':' e gir.'s co?t Come jet en-; of these Saturday $5 Waldorf Waists $1.89 To' Say that they're made by thV Wa' dcrf Waist peop'e is cno ugh to send them flying 'lhese 4re very pretty dark mixed plaid Waists and a'e rcru'ar'y prcedat?2.25 Saturday 31.39 Two Fur Sets As introduclor-y bir 'ar.s, as a sort of openin oi the season jntroductcry to our Fur section, we send out th;:e two Souvenir Earpai s for a'uriay only; Sable Coney Sets fl it rmi'f with sty . Hsh throw serf, worth C6 50 , Saturday S 3.03 ; Real Ptrsiin Paw Sets flit muff and long stylish throw scaif, vorth $10.03 Saturday $7.50 Ft Hats That Reflect Paris In Curve and' Glint 1 1 ' 'E meant to talk about the Finest Hats in the New Millinery Salon when we began this Hat talkJor Saturday, therefore this headline, but the writer fetched up alongside some-perfect dears of Hats just out of the workroom, for as little as $4.98 and $5.98. and simolv couldn't resist a word in their favor. Then besides; it's not so simple to make really pretty, stylish Hats fori as little as $4.98 and $5.98 as when the artist has Carte Blanche in the matter of materials when Hats for $25.00 and $35.00 and $50.00 are in question. V... A Sale of $1.2$ and $1,50 Untrimmed Hats, SaiArday 98c tl T 7 w This is simply to encourage you who trim your own Hats to come tad lee how big lection of Untrimmed Hits, and milliner's materials. Every stylish color end shape at 88c and complete is our col instead of $1.25 and $1.50 The Beautiful , Sample BRASSES From Vantines are going fast. Lots of people are buylrg them for wedding; presents, yes. and for Christmas presents. A good many pieces have goto into the University dormitories. Ysle men have been buying them fast.' The, collection incVes Candle Sticks, Candelabrum, Jewel Boxes, Tea Caddies, Coffee and Tea Pots, Trays, Finger Bowl?, Jardinisrs, Umbrella Stands, Ash Trays and many ethers as useful and as or The Boys' Store Is In Bargain Humor BOYS' SEPARATE TROUSERS ill ages, 5 to 17 years, in grey and brown dark faacy mixtures, Knickerboc ker trouser style, also corduroy trousers. M OC Our $1.50 Trousers, Saturday for M J BOY3 SUITS ' Boys' 15,00 Knickerbocker Suits, ages 9 to 16 ye;r3; double-breasted coil wMi 'knickerbocker trousers. In dark mixtures, a good d u r a b 1 A 1 Q school suit. $5.00 Suits, Saturday for PTi-' BOYS SWEATERS Blue, red. white and oxford grey Sweaters; buttons up over shoulders, ajes2 to 8 Q years. Made of good worsted. Saturday for -'wvlb MEN'S UNDERWEAR Are You Getting The Best Money s Worth, Mr. Man ? 're sending out some Men's Underwear news today that will crowd the Underwear stors Saturday, Don't miss an, item if you're needing Underwear; i We ,'. all Saturday, Jaeger Fleeced Underwear 50 Cenls Heavy weight Shirts and Drawers with a fine, soft fleece lining that won't peel off as fleece linings have an aggravating hibit of doing with many makes. . , . ' The shirts . are neatly fin ' ished and the drawers all have double gussets. This is the best fleece lined, SCc garment on the market. i Heavy Htfofoccl KM! Underwear 50c Made of heavy E.jyptian yarn.these Ribbed Knit Shirts and and Drawers can't be du p'icated for lesi than 75c This is the last lot , we can get. 1 The Drawers have deep sa teen facing and double gussets snd the shirts finished with French neck acd a twilled sa teen facing like silk. SI. CO Standard Underwear, 79cts Exactly 900 garments in a lot of patural wool Shirts and Driwirs from the celebrated Standard Mills where the best medium-priced Underwear on the market is mide. , .This is a. genuine $1 gar ment and we wish the lot was twice 900 h for Saturday's selling at 79cts a Garment. Australian Wool Underwear, $1.50 The crowning feature of this Australian Wool Underwear is its fine, smoath surface. In the trade they say Scotch finish. . Most mills send out a garment of this class wi h a hard, uncomfortable surf ic. or if it is smooth it's only veneer, and one wshiag'will show its art fbhiity. Single, double-breted, back, froat. Our Fine Walking Gloves at $1 .25 a Pair They're so beauffully made, to begin with all-white bound, and stitched either in white or self color a-.d they're here in the smart new dark grey, in tan shades and in black. And they're made of sp endid, smooth ?-j Pair" skins. The best Walking Gloves at $1.25 we've ever had. . . . , . . P1. J d rdll Long Gloves, $1.93 a Pair A great seller is this 8 button length Glace Gloves at $1.98 here m tan, brown, black and white. "Tell our public how well they fit" said the buyer in giving the news. Instep With, Ankle Supports , So mtny people beSeve firmly that the pain in their ankle Is rheu matism when it is only the mutcels of the instep that have relaxed un naturally and needs a support, ometirriei both ankles'. The doctors now call this trouble "flat foot" or "dropped ankle." So qpmmoa a trouble has this be coxae that the best shoe manufac tarttf! (Ska 9 Qwn Quality) are making a boot wim kiMsxzpptfftik Queen Quality Eooti with ankle support. J4.00 v Other Q. Q. Boots ?3 and $3.50 Other Smart Walking .Gloves ' Wo-nen's'iing'e button, heavy Walking Gioves in tan, giey and blacr. like Dents. $1M and $1.23 a Fair. . Children's Walking Gloves, gre7. town and tin 11 ani $1.15 Look For Some Interesting, NOVEL RUG NEWS SOON PERSONAL NOTES. CITY NOTICES. Be it ordained by the Board of Alder men or tnp city of New uaven: Sec. 423. Tlifl fnllowincr nlaces said city are designated as stands for express and baggage wagons exclu sively: , The south.o-'st side cf Broad street be tween C:ik street and Commerce street; Chapel street, nprth side, between Col lege street and a point 228 fet west of the west line of Uio roadway of Tem ple street. ) The driver of any' such express, or baggage wagon shall bo required to re main upon said wagon or alongsld thereof while said wagon shall remain upon the public stand.- - Board of Aldermen. September 30, 1907. Read for the first time, and ordered printed in the Journal. A. OSWALD PALLMAN Assistant City Clerk. Board of Aldermen. - ' October 23, 1007. Read for the second time,. report ac cepted and ordinance adopted by a ma jority vote of all the aldermen pres ent and absent. A. OSWALD PALLMAN, ' . Acstistnnt City Clerk. " City of Nev- JTnven. ' . October 31, 1907. Approved. 1- JOHN P. STUDLBT, : Mayor. The forgoing' is a true and correct copy of record, and said ordinance will become operative and in full effect on and after November 8, 1007. Attest: EDWARD A. STRFET, n2 3t City Clerk. OltDIXAKCE DE AMEXDMEXT OP SECTIOX 423 OF THE CITY ORDI- Mrs. Joseph Strong of Portland, who XAXCES hss he.n th v. tr ln compliance with sections 35 and cas been aL the New Haven hospital i2s o( the charter of the City of New for several weeks, returned home Tues- Haven, notice is hereby given of the day. Mrs. Strong recovered very rap-!adP,ion and approval of the follow idly and ls nearly well again. g.ordlnance o the City of New Ha" Miss Mae Fowler will sail on the Be it ordained by the Board of Alder tAmerika for Paris Nov: 14 after a I men o the ci(y of New Havcn: , Pleasant summer with her relatives 1 or'noT , cftvf "av and friends. For the past' few weeks revised to August 1. 1905, be amended Fhe has been the guest of Mrs F A as follows: By striking out the words, Fowler nf TTnmnhrJt J1 i "the side of Union street between ton let of Humphrey street. Wooster and Fair streets," in the first Isalo Grenier of Bridgeport Is enter- j paragraph of said section and by in talnlng his father, J. Grenier, of New sorting in lieu therof the words, "south p, ' "l ieast siae o Broad street between Oak " I street and Commerce stroet." So that Mra. Russell of Hartford is visiting as amended said section shall read as her daughter, Miss Russell of Third L, avenue, West Haven. Mrs. William Burlincame of New ! Sec. 423. The following places in Haven Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ingraham, In Mlddletown. Clarence Drew of Broad street, Bridgeport, came Wednesday to ac cept a position with the Mallcy & Co.'iJ department stori. Mr. and Mrs. B. Sherwood and their family of Poplar street, Bridgeport, expect to move to New Haven in a few days. Mrs. Charles B. Warner will enter tain tha Saturday Afternoon Whist club for their first meeting to-day. Mr. and Frank Graham of East Main street, Bridgeport, are entertain ing Mr. and Mrs. William Edwards of New Haven, who 'will remain with them for th? next two weeks.' Edward Allen of Federakburg, Md., is the guost of his cousin, Everitt Al len' of Richard place, West Haven. Charles E. Gerth, son of Bruno C.erth of. Divinity street, will open a law offlca in Bristol. He was gradu ated In 1801 from the Bristol High school and in 1004 from the Tale Law school. For a' year and a half he was in the office of Stoddard & Goodhardt of this city and for the past year and a, half he has been with Carl Fisher Hanson at No.. 1346 Broadway. Miss Farjalah of Washington ave nue, West Haven, has gone' to Engle wood, N. J., and expects to be away several week. : Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Waldron of Cot tage street will enjoy a three weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Waldron In Torrlngton. Mr. waldron Is enjoy ing a vacation and rest for a few weeks from Jtohns Hopkins college in Baltimore, Md. i William J. Malone, a popular clerk in the Reld & Hughes dry goods store, Norwich, severed his connection with the company Saturday night after a period of seven years, to fill a responsi ble position in one of the large dry goods stores in Now Haven; In behalf of his fellow cterkiS Fred G. Prothero presented Mr. Malone with a suit case snd other articles of vallio, wishing him prosperity and success in his new field of labor. . Mrs. Shay and daughter, Miss Shay, whp have been visiting in the Berk shirwi, have returned to their home cri Campbell avenue, West Haven. Miss. Lena Flnley of New Haven is spending the week with relatives on Steuben street, Bridgeport. Harry Grannis of West Haven, who has been spendirig several weeks in Rye, N. Y., has gone for a two weeks' stay In North Haven, , : Miss Rloberta Collins of New" Haven Is spending a few daya with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. William Col lins" of Austin street, Bridgeport. Mrs. Rice, assistant at the City Mis sion's office, 1s quite 111 at Grace hos pital and her friends will be sorry to learn. , i , , , . Miss Anna McKnlght of Harral ave nue, Bridgeport, is spending a few days with relatives in New Haven. Miss Mary McAndrews of Railroad avenue-, iBridgeport, entertained a party of about 20 of her friende at her horne Tuesday night in honor of hor cousin, Miss Bessie McAndrews, who is visit ing her from New Haven, The evening wa,s spent with games and music until 10:30, when refreehpients were served, and the party, which was a very pheas ant affair, broke up at about at about a half hour before midnight. Miss Bas- sie McAndrews will remain with her cousin until after Nov. 10 Which Is Miss Mary's birthday, which occasion will be celebrated with fitting festivities. Newtown people In general will re gret 'very much the departure from their midst of Dr. Albert N. Schuyler, who has come to New Haven, where he will In future reside, His wife and children will follow as soon as ar rangements are completed. Dr. Schuy ler has practised lh Newtown for the the past eight years, and has many TRAVELERS' GUIDE. jew York ftew Haven & fjartford Railroad. 4:41. 8:43, 12:03 m. Sundays 4:20. '4:45. .rVfi's -mt' m., 12:08, 111:42. 1:B5. o-ni ,Bi3' x6:10, '6:42, 7:08, 7:6a. 4:35, 9:03, firm friends, who, while regreting sin cerely the loss of a good physician, will be happy to know that he has secured something t'o his advantage in the Elm City. On acount of ill health by the advice of his physicians he will give up the practise of medicine for one year at least. The rehearsals for the opera "Prin cess Zara," which will be given In he rWest Haven town hall November -7, 8 and 9, under the direction of Miss Constance Field for the benefit of Christ church Sunday school are prov ing most satisfactory toMIss Field. The cast is made up of well known singers In West Haven and their names insure success. The chorus IS' unusually large sixty adults and young people. The various dances and groupings are especially clever. Mrs. Chandler of this city Is visiting Susan Reynolds in Northvllle.' Mr. and Mrs!- Alfred Mackrilie of Second avenue, West Haven, have re turned home from a two weeks' vaca tion spent in Washington, D. C, Balti more and the Jamestown exposition NOVEMBER 2, 1007. FOR NEW YORK M-20. x5:55,. x6:50, x7:20, 8:00 x8-20 9:35, 10:00. lO-an ' X " IMS'' iV2" 1:25' 2:3, 2 25. V:i7. 3:52, I4:22. 4:35, 5:03 5 35 fl S 6:42, 7:03, :5z. I8:J2 .9:03.' fli p. ija ':il. -4: 1 ..,r WnrtUngtoa via Harlem River 1:00, p. m 12:00, night, daily. l or Boston via Hun ford anil WIUI nianlic 10:0i, a. m., 4:05 p m For ISuiton via New London flail Providence '2:42, 2i5fl, 7 AT 11:42, a. m 12?5 "1121 'll 55. nlVV1', V.:M- w BundVys 2:20, '2:55, 11:88, a. m.. 11:05" 2:55, '4:53, 7:05 p. m. ' For Ronton via Sprlnrfleld 1-io. 11:11, a. m., '1:45, 5:46. p. m. Sun days '1:10 a. m. n:45, B:48, p. . For Hnrtford, SnrinKSeiil. Etc. 1:1ft x4:0), 6:36, 7:46, '10:07, '11:11, a. m xl:01, '1:45, 3:10, '4:05, x5:00. 'S ii 6:08 to Hartford), 7:10, x8:l. 9:52 p m. Sundays 1:10, x9:05. xll:4l . m . 1:45; 5:46, 7:10, x8:10, x9:20 p.,m. For Nov London. Ere 2:2). 2-55 7:47, 11:13, (to Saybrook), '..11:42 a. m. 12:05. 1)2:42, 2:S5, S OB :20, 4:63, 5:38, 6:10, (to Saybrook), f6:42, .'7:05, 11:30, (to Saybrook), p! m. Sundays-2:20, 2:65, 8:52, II11-B3. a. m.. '12:06, 2:65, 4:63, 7:05 p. m. For Miaiiletown, WlUlmnntic, Etc 7:35 a. m., 12:58, 5:36, (to Worcestor and Fitchburg), 6:55, p. m. Sundays 7:20 p. m, ..Fcr Sliclbnrne Falls, Etc. 7:44 a. m., 12:2), (to New Hartford), 4:01, 5:54, (to Westfield) p. m. , For Waterbnry 8:00, 9:32, a, m, 12:01, 2:58, p:4B, 7:4.J p. m. Sundays 8:25,11:15, a. m.,6:45, 8:50 p. m. , For WHiIti-9:82, a. m., 12:01, J:5, 6:43, 7:40 p. m. Sundays 8:25 a. m. 6:45 nni. For I'lttHficlil and Intermediate Point 6:55, (via Bridgeport), 9:32, u. m., 4:05 p. m.' Sundays 7:55 (via Bridgeport) a. m. For T.I tcli nelil 9:S2, a. m., 4:05 p.' m. Sundays 7:56 (via Bridgeport) a. m. Express trains. xLocal express. . Par!or ear limited. W. BIERD. , F. C. COI.EY. Geu. Snpt. , At. Gen. Fau, Act, 0 Hew Haven Line rm. NEW YORK, THE SOUTH AMU WEST , FARES REDUCED. 'Vvf STEAMER RICHARD PECK. From New Haven Leave Belle Dock daily, except Mondays 1:30 a. m. From New York Leave Pier 20, East River, foot Peck Slip, 3:00 p. m. daily except Sundays.! Time between 1 New Haven and New 'York about five hours.' Tickets and stateroom nt Bishop & Co.'s, 185 Orange street, also at Beilo Dock and on Steamer. ' GEO. C. BLACK, Agent, New Haven. F. C. COLKT. Gen. Pass. Act., N. T. ; mel street on Wednesday evening, Miss' Marlon Christine ; Olsen, the daughter of , Mr. , and Mrs. P. Olson,' was united in marriage to Nicholas Lauritzen of this city. The ceremony was' performed at & o'clock by the Rev. D. D. Munro In the presence of about fifty relatives and friends The bride was attended .. by Miss Jennie Olsen. She also wore a lingerie gown of white. The best man was A. E. Waters of this city. Mr. and' Mrs. Lauritzen left for a wedding journey and upon their return will reside at 187 Bradley street. Mrs, StaHn's N.Y.&Pfl.H.L!n UA.LLY iWiiU'i' OAitiiJJAi. ' I'ASSENUKU NU li'UUltitt 1' &UUVICB Leaves Mew Ha-ven V.uv p. in., 6tnr! Pivt, foot of Brown Btroat, Lcav?' TNow lork :00 p. m., Cortland eire r-ier wo. la, k. Fa ' Lit). c. excursln 1. litUe C'nuj. tlcltotS $1.26. lionms At Mi home of her parents In Car- Strno oara to toeeow FRENCH LINE, gomituaiite Gi'niraJc , Triinsatluutiiino.' ircct Line to HAVRE 'PARIS, Franc. Sailing every THURSDAY, 10 a. in, From Pier 42. North River, , , ; " , New York. ' La Provence ................ i . .Nov. 7 La Tonratne .,....,.. .Nov. 14 La' Lorraine . . . . ....-.' ; ... Nov. 21 La Savoie .: Nov. 28 La Provence ................' Doc. 6 La. Touraino Dec 12 La Toui-alne j Dec. 2 , T.win-screw steamers. iOxtrn Siitlinuni. t.ri GaRfOffiio NOV. 9. 8 P. m Frank E. Roberts, Mrs. Clifford La Gaseogne . :..Dec. 7, 3 p. m, Lines, and son, Gilbert, and Mrs. Ches ter White, of New Haven, were the uests of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Roberts, of 60 Akron street, Merlden, Wednes day. Mr. Roberts celebrated h!s eighty-first birthday anniversary on Satur day last, and was surprised by four teen qf his nieces and nephews. 'Mr. Roberts is very smart for one of his years, and Is planning to go with Mrs. Roberts to spend, several weeks with relatives in Bristol, Conn., leaving this vweek Saturday. The members of the Union school or chestra, West Haven, gave Miss Pagels a-surprise party last evening at her home in Court street, uney mvuea some of the teachers and their youn,s lady friends. The evening, was very pleasantly spent. Various games were played appropriate 101 xinu Among those who attended were: Hen ry Parsons, Burton Bartman, Louis Field, Joseph Benson, Tan& xwum son, Orville Beckwith, Malcolm Nich ols, William Morani Webster Humph rey. The yaung girls were the Misses Mabel Somers, Alice Williams, Flor ence Bradley, Ruth Gardner, Clemency Head, Dorothy Eltonhead, Ruth Stan nard and May Dawson. MARIKE KBCOnD. Port ot New Haven. ARRIVED. Sen Myrtle, Caswell, South Amboy. Sen Eaglet, Harris, N. Y. -rt-Q TUot, Anrlnr.qnn. Salem. Sch Wra. E. liownes, Flynu, Brunswick Sch Yosemite, Carter, unset. nRNRBAL SHIPPING NEWS, New York, Nov. 1. Arrived: Steamers Alice. Trieste: Xa rrovence, navrn, rirt mr, Mnrspillea. neL .Rare Nov. 1. Steamer Ryndam, T?rMnrlam and Boulogne, for New va.u in onmrniinlcation with the Mart conl 'station 210 miles southeast at 1 m. Will probably dock 5:30 p. m. Mon- Slasconset, Mass., Nov. 1. Steamer Liguria, Genoa and Naples for New York. 120 miles southeast of Nantucket lightship at 1:30 p. m. Will probably dock 8:30 a. m. Saturday. Browhead, Oct. 81. Passed: Steamer Svlrania. Boston for Liverpool. "Boulogne, Nov. 1. 10 a. m. Arrived: Steamer Niemv Amsterdam, New York for Rotterdam (and proceeded). A nnlv to Vrenrh Una. 19 State St. N. Y or Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St Bishop ft Co., ma uraige bi.. Parish & Co.. 86 Oranjre St. A rinllffhtml three weeks' cruise from New York to and around the Island of fc. to tilco, stopping at all interesting points. Luxurious Br.eamerB iurnisn iiuwii ucuiiiuu.liu.o iv ent)r trip. Special tourist rate, which n clndeveryexpense,SHa Wrlteforllliietrated booklet, saijiiiss, eic, iq im . and Porto Rica Steamwhln Co., 12 Broaid- way, N. Y., or Sweezey & - Keisey, lira Church street, New Ha'jen, Conn. ; For Boys and Girls represent: The highest thoughts and fcesl efforts o years cf exp&riin.GntU stuty and work. The highest skilled labor. -, Value and worth, not cheapness. The child's foot Is so delicate and susceptible to injury that too much attention cannot be given its care at the vital period of-development. Pro vide young folks with Sorosls and thev will have perfectly shaped feet through, life. The ;rood that Boys' mid Girls' Sor- 01 Shoes accomplish lives long after en.town. Nov.rL-ArrivedpArabic, Ihelr cost lias been forgotten. ert). Prices range front 35 and 50 cents for Infants' Soft Soles (that arc too euto for anjllilng) to $3,50 fo" large Boys and Girls that v?car sUcs 2 1-2 to 0. Try Just One Pair. JAMAICA Colo- south pacific Kingston, Colon, Savanilla,' La Guayrns Triniuao, mroaaos, soutnampton, Orinoco... Nov. 16 I Trent'. .Dec. 11 Atrato ....Nov: 30 La Plata. ..Deo. 2 a Luxurious Steamers of 6,000 tons ac commodating fit and second cabin and steerage passengers. . , THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET GO. Sailing 3 p. m., Pier 50, Ni. R., West 12th street. Sanderson & Son., 22 State street, Nj T., Foster Debevoise, Flat Iron build4 Ins, N. Y.; Bishop & Co., 1S5 Oransret street; Sweesey ,4 Kelsey, 102 ChurcW street. v . J4amhurg-J$rnsrican DUCED RATES 50 AND UPWARD AC CORDING TO STEAMER AND LOCATION. By most modern and luxurious leyhv Li.auo. orosis diioe A. B. GRKEXWOOD, ITcsldcnt, 814 Chapel t. . Ladies' Shoes S'ned Free. Oneenstown. Nov. 1. Sailed: Steamer Celtic (from Liverpool), New York. Southampton.- Nov. 1. Sailed: Steam- -rika (from Haniburg) New York I ' Cherbourg. , Prawie Point, Nov. 1. Passed: Steam er Alexandra, Boston for Copenhagen. Fastnet, Nov. 1. Passed: S teamer Wlnlfredian, Boston for Liverpool. Gibraltar, Oct. 81. Passed: Steamers Moraitis, Smyrna for New. York; No vember 1, Florida, Genoa for New York. I Copenhagen, Oct. 30.--Arrived: Steam-! er C. F. Tietgtn, New York via Chris tiensan'i. Trieste. Oct. 29. Arrived: Steamer Carpathfs:, New York via Genoa and Naplef. St Michaels. Nov. 1. Arrived: Steam er Romanic, Boston for Naples and Genoa. , T.!Wn.u. Oft. 2S. Sailed: Steamer Pet- 1 ersburg, New Ycrk, via Rotterdam. , Bluecher Nov. ' HPfcnnsylvanla. ..Nov. ' Amerika(new),.Nov. 1 P. Grant (new). Nov. 1 HPretoria Nov. 2 London Paris Hambura II galls to Hamburg direct PihnnMnn TTnmblirV NOV, umiailGl Batavla, No. 21. Ja. 1 Nan c Moltue, mo. jb. tuauica T,inroi (new)Dec. Hanna wamburK, Ja. 4, Fe. 1 L U IIUU , , . . . . snpclal trio by S. AlSXanaria . Hamburg, Jan. 4 an via Gibraltar teb. 15. and Italvj West Indies & Orient 3rnpiql cruises by superb steamer lafung from 10-79 days. Cost from 'TuPERNILE SERVXCE. By Nej "Si" ... ; oi.rtmBiit far sreneral i formation. Travelers' checks good a over the world, rr-ipbiit's efflo- a-37 Rroadway, 7 Y Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church S-f M Zunder A Son, 20 State street; J. 1 Parish & Co., S6 Orange street; Bishot Co., 1S3 Orange street; H. Bussma? 71 Orange stret. . i