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rying off the water which overflows the
tank and in winter Is congealed, be
coming a source of danger.
New Haven's
Most Reliable
Department Store
St. Mary's Dramatic club will scon
bo?!n rehearsing another play to be
stuged ear'y jn je new year. It seems
i:able thvt "Sweet Geraldine" will
be the one selected.
This Is
For Less
It's a rousing sale of Lovely Silk, Lace and Flannel Waists beauties,
and enough under the regular price to tempt Mrs and Miss New Haven
to buy their winter and even next spring's supply;
A group of stvlish Silk Waists
and stripes. S6 a d $6.98 Waists
For I5.G0
Enchantitg light blut and white M23se'.ine
Sillc and Lace Waists, $6.98 and $7.50 Waists
Fop $5.03
J3.50 and $3.75 and $3.98 White and ecru
Lace and Net Waists, prettily lace trimmtd.
For $2.98
Oriental Rugs Very Cheap
THE man from whorri these Oriental Rugs came probably know3 the
history of every Eastern Rug of any note that come3 into this coun
try, More than that, he knows Kug values, and he hasn't a Ru in
his collection that isn't a top-notch worth.
Now then, when he lets $100,000 worth of his Rugs go at a Fourth Under
their value, figure that out and you'll see in a flash how Unprecedented
Low these Rugs are bound to be priced;
A $7.50 Meles Mat, for . . . .
A J12.50 Nomad Rug for . .' ;. . . .
A $17.50 Tabriz Rug, lize 2 feet, 9x1 foot 11, for
A $19.50 Anatolian size 4 feet 2x2 feet 7, for
A Beloochistan Ru, size 6 feet 10 x 3 feet, for
A J30.00 feraband Rut. size 4 feet 11.x 3 feet 1, for
$30.00 Kabistan Rug, size 5 fest 1x4 feet, for
$30.00 Kazak Rug. si2e 6 fe-jt 9x4 feet 2. for .
J42.50 Shiraz Rug. (siz; 6 feet x 3 feet 9. for
$S0 CO Senh Ru' tizt 4 feet 8x3 feet 5, for ,
857.50 fiokhara Ru?. size, 5 feet 1x4 feet, for .
An $80.00 Cashmere
A $100 Saruk Ru, size 6 feet 10 x 4 feet 4, for ,
A $125.00 Khiva Rug.-size 10 feet 3x7 feet, for
A $179.00 Mahal Ru?. size 10 feet 4x8 feet 4. for
A $325,00 Serapi Rug, size 12 feet 9x9 feet 1, for
A TnJ (7 W rnTTTTPF Ft T TFR Were sein9 a cup of Excellent Cot-
in the ' American Automatic Coffee Biter. It's inventor claims that you get n6t'
only Superior Coffee, but that the Coffee Filter . uses less coffee in the miking
and protects your health, because, experts say, it is Hygienically Made.
"Down in Maine" by Home Talent Bible Class Entertainment
Boys Break Street Lamps Officer Foley's Fall.
if I
; i. (Special Journal and Courier News Service.)
Southlngton, Nov. 10. Following is
the cast of characters which will pre
sent the four act drama "Down in
Maine" in Town hall, Friday evening
December 6. It will be given for the
benefit of Oak Hill cemetery. The
drama as well as the east selected is
of unusual excellence and is bound to
please. They will be assisted by Miss
Eunice MacKenzie, reader, the Misses
Kane in song and dance, the Village
band, with Mrs. Alfred Oxley at the
piano. The cast follows:
Zepti Cummings, of Hardscrabble
Farm F. G. Brown
Ralph, his brother, a millionaire
M. M. Frisbie
Neil Wentworth, an Inventor.. Otis Ives
Bingle, an old fisherman
"Uncle Jim" Johnson
Tomps, the hired man
1 C. E. Waterhouse
Mr. Holden, a lawyer
Willard J. Gould
Jumpsey, a "fresh kid".. Ben j. Styrlng
Mose Gossin, a stuttering lover ....
Walter Wlllace
Susie Cummings, Ralph's daughter..
' Miss Fanny Piatt
Mrs. Cummings, Zeph's wife
Mrs. S. H. MacKenzie
Kezlah, 43 and desperate
Mrs. Webster Woodruff
Betsey Tomps ........ Miss Alma Neal
Mr. Carroll's Bible class of the Con
gregational church has leased Tolles'
hall, turning one room into a club room
and letting the hall out to other par
ties, as has been the custom. Thursday
evening there will be an entertainment
for the club in the hall. A. Lincoln
Kirk will appear in his monologue en
tertainment, "The Sublime and Ludi
crous." There will also be music by
vocal talent.
The funeral of John Houlihan, who
died Friday at his home on Bristol
street, was held this afternoon at 2
o'clock from Et. Thomas' church. In-
The Time
rretty Waists
Than They're Worth
plaids and
$5.00, White Lice and E:ru Waists,
preiti'y kce trimmed.
FO? S3.95
Imported Madrass, in white ground, fi ;uri
and polka dot. Regular 51.33 Wiist
' For 98cls
Ruj. size 9 feet 6x7 feet 1, for
terment was In St. Thomas cemetery.
IA great many complaints have been
made regarding the many unllghted
street lamps. For many years these
lights have been targets for small boys
to throw stones at and many glass
bulbs have, been broken. The com
pany has been looking into the mat
ter for some time and it te reported
that 15 youngsters have been seen
breaking these lamps and their names
are now with the company for consid
eration. -These boys will undoubtedly
be summoned before the local court
and their sport may coct them dearly.
Offlcer Timothy J. Foley had a very
narrow escape after the heavy rain
the latter part of last week. He wag
working at the "rolling mill" nights,
and returned from the factory about
3 a. m. It had been raining hard dur
ing the night and the rain had swept
the cellar wall and sidewalk away on
the west side of his home. Not know
ing of this he took his usual course
into the house, but suddenly brought
up in a mass of rock 12 feet below.
He was badly shAken up and it Is a
great wonder that he was not serious
ly hurt.
The town received eome help in a
financial way Saturday when the Na
tional bank received $1,000 from the
sub-treasury in New York city. The
budget was heavy, as the money was
made up of silver dollars. The money
was received by the bank officials with
open arms and glad smiles, fhe caeh
went to make up the payrolls In some
of tho shops which were threatened
with being paid off in checks. The lo
cal merchants do not relish the idea
of having the town floated wl!b, checks,
but nevertheless "cartwheels Stb pre
ferable to checks Just now.
.William Millard, a conductor on the
local road, collapsed while at work
To Buy
The best Scotch Flannel Waists, novs'ty ef
fects, some lace yok. Waldorf $6.93 Waist.
For $.".00
$ 9.00
tlS9 00
last Saturday. The trolley had jumped
from the wire and Millard leaned out
over the rear end of the trolley while
trying to adjust. Falling to have suc
cess he left the car to fix It, but as
he struck the ground he collapsed. He
was carried Into the car and soon re
vived. It Is thought that his spine was
injured while leaning back on the car.
(Special Journal-Courier News Service.)
Branford, Nov. 10. The funeral of
the late Thomas Boylan of Stamford
waB attended Saturday, the remains
being brought to Branford for inter
ment. Quite a number of the friends
Of Mr. Boylan met the remains at the
local passenger station and accompan
ied them to their final resting place in
St. Agnes' cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Stent, who have
been living in East Haven for some
time past, will soon move to Massa
chusetts, where Mr. Stent has accepted
a position.
Mrs. William R, Foote and party,
who epent the past summer in Eifrope,
have returned to their home in (Bran
ford. Members of Mason Rogers post, No.
7, G. A. R., will be the guests of Past
Commander Edward D. Sheldon at an
oyster supper which he will serve at
his home in Pine Orchard next Wed
nesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Tomlinson of
Berlin were recent visitors In town.
Tlie Twentieth Century whist club
will hold its first meetins of the s.i-
son at the home of Mrs. Edmund Zach
' er of Rogers street next Friday after
1 noon.
Frank J. Kinney, who has been in
Willi ma.ntic the past two week, has
returned to Branford. The jury in the
murder case on which he was retained
' did not agree on a verdict.
The board of S(flctmen have decided
to construct a drain pipe from the wa
tTlns tank at the corner of Main and
Montewese streets to the meadows,
such pipe to serve the purpose of car-
John W.
place on
George L.
George R.
it as soon
move into
polite side
'Baisley, jr., has rented tho
Church street owned by
Beach and occupied by
Stannard and will move into
as the latter vacates it to
his new ho'-jso on the op-
of the tfame street.
-Mrs. W. Perry Curtis of New Haven
'.viis the rcc-'nt guest of relatives on
Ilop'on avenue.
The Comfortable .society of the Con
gregational church will hold its
Christmas sale in the church perlrris on
Weflnesdav nivl Thursday of this wpelr.
The committees who will act at the
same wore selected at tho mcotlr.s held
last week.
Old Rubein Glue from Kalamazoo
Ca.r.e down to New Haven town,
The Crown strset wind, through' his
whiskers b'.ew '
At the E'.Us Fair is whora ha'll bo
rrrnrrp,! pn r:v
Fred Parher, for the last fifteen
years of Boston, visited his parents on
Henry street yesterday. Mr. Parker
was years afro with Pock & Parker,
furniture dealers here.
I Mrs. A. T. Adams of Richard street,
West Haven, Is visiting friends in Tor
rlngton and Tnc-maaton. Conn.
Arthur Joseph o? Dt.-nlson avenue,
New London, 1ms Accepted a position
with the englnvrring department of
the New Haven road In New Haven
and -wil begin Ms duties to-day.
Mrs. Harry r. Thompson of Wash
ington avenue, Wist Hivrn, is enter
taining her aunt, Mrs. A. A. Day of
New York.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Taylor have
been entertaining at their cottage at
Rocky Peach Mr. and Mrs. Field, Miss
Virginia Field and the Misses Pomo
na and Auffer Taylor.
Sterling circle No. 368, Companions
of tho Forest of America, will give a
harvest danco to-morrow evening at
Harmonic hall. The committee haa
made special efforts to insure a good
time for all who attend.
Mrs. M. King and daughters have
moved from Campbell avenue, West
Haven, to 74 Lake place, this city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkinson , of
New Haven, who were married in this
city recently went directly to Mill
River, near Winsted, to visit his broth
er and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wil
kinson. A few of the young people
spent an evening with them.
Charles Hartmarr of $02 First avenue,
West Haven, is .confined to the houss
with blood poisoning in his hand., ,
Catherine Hariahan lodge, No. .191,
Ladies auxiliary ,.of the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Flrefnen and Engineers
will be held Wednesday evening, No
vember 13 at their regular meeting
place; Knights M Columbus. It being
their social meetjngj, and six candidates
to be Initiated.
Mr. and Mra. Myron Ailing are en
tertaining at their home In Norwich,
Mr. Alllng's mother, Mrs. Theodore Ai
ling of First avenue, West Haven.
Naomi Rebekah lodge, I. O. O. F
(by request) will givo the entertain
ment, "A Spinster's Convention," to b
held Thursday evening, November 14,
in I. O. O. F. hall.
Miss Albert Kelsey, of West Haven,
who has been spending the past month
with her mother, Mrs. William Mosley,
In Crawford, N. J., has returned home.
R. T. Isabcll of New Haven Is be
ing tntertatned for a few days by
William James of Richards street, in
New London.
Mr. nd Mrs. William Brown of Cen
ter street, West Haven, are entertain
ing their aunt, Miss Camp of New
tork. . . "
Frank E. Slsson, who secured a posi
tion In West Virginia and has been ab
sent three months, Is home In Mill Riv
er, near Winsted for a short Btay. His
wlfetand two daughters, with her sis
ter, Miss Frances A. Rhoades, expeot to
return with him for the winter. .
A larg? delegation of Hammonassett
tribe of Red Men voted to go to Wal
llngford to-morrow evening on Invita
tion from Owenoco tribe; the great
chiefs of the state have been Invited
and a very large gathering of Red
Men is looked for. Great Junior Saga
more J. Jacobs, Is a merriber of Ham
monassett trlbe.and will accompany the
delegation from here which will go by
trolley at 7 o'clock.
Mrs. William Turner and four chil
dren of San Francisco, Cal., are tho
guests for the winter of Mrs. Turner's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bodwell of First
n ven'ie. West TTavon.
Why Hull's Corner Drug Stores Con
tinue to Recommend Vlnol.
First: Because it is not a patent
medicine and it contains 'besides tonic
iron of all the medicinal curative ele
ments of cod liver oil actually taken
from fresh cods' livers, but without a
drop of oil to nauseate and upset the
etomach and retard Its work; there
fore, wherever old-fashioned cod liver
oil or emulsions will do good, Vlnol will
do far more good.
Second: Because Vlnol acts first up
on the stomach, creates a healthy ap
petite, strengthens and tones up the
digestive organs, purines and enriches
the blood, and, In a natural manner,
restores health and strength.
Third: (Because Vinol contains no In
jurious drugs to react upon the sys
tem; every ingredient being named on
the label, a patient knows exactly what
he Is taking.
Fourth: IBecaue we never sold any
thing in our store that gave such uni
versal satisfaction for old people, weak,
sickly women and children, nursing
mothers, and to build up the system
after a severe sickness, and for re
lieving hacking coughs, chronic colds,
bronthttls and all throat and lung
Try Vlnol on our guarantee. Hull's
Corner Drug Stores, cor. (State and
Chapel streets, cor. Howard and Con
gress avenues, New Haven, Conn.
THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN' LINE offers an unusually attractive list of
DURATION 13 to 73 clays COST $75 to $300 and, up.
For beautifully illustrated booklets and complete information apply to
h Haven line I
J'XL.Whit r!lfti!'rii inn WRT
lisimuc FAKES ItlSDUCED.
rrom New Haven Leave Bello Dock
dall. except Mondays 1:20 a. m.
Fiiim Hen York Leave Pier 20, Eant
River, foot peck Slip, 3:00 p. m. daily
ofcept Sundays. Time between New
(in vi :i and New York about five hour:'.
Tickets and stateroom at Bishop &
Co.'s, 18fi Or:i"se street, also at Bello
Dock find on Steamer.
GEO. C. BLACK, A pent. New Haven.
F. C. COLWT. Gen. Pass. Act., N. Y.
Startn's N.Y.&N.H.Lln-
ij t KXCtit i' OA i u HUA. i .
Laves few ijHven ;ou p. m., Btarin
lr, foot o! Brown Btreot. Leave
!w TOrk t:00 p. m.. Cortland tKruel.
?trr No. IS. N. It. Ki'l "c. e.curBit-i
ticket 11.26. ttoomn 91. I'ukt cnai,
li 8trit ear to Brewery Street.
C. H. FJSITRH. Airenfc
Bow Hv."n, r.Bn.
ma ms e ncconn.
Flirt of New ItaVen.
Seh Theollne, Cooper, N. T
Son Sea Breese, Finch, areenport.
Sen Phoenix, Carlton,
Sch De Mory, Gray, Walton, Norfolk.,
Sen Eaglet, Harris. N. Y.
Gibraltar, Nov. 10. Passed Stedmers
Carpathlft, Flume for New York;' San
nio, Naples for New York.
Hcllly, Nov. 10. Passed: Steamer
Nieuw' Amsterdam, Rotterdam for New
St. Michaels. Nov. 9. Passed: Steam
er Frledrich der Grosso, New York for
Naples and Genoa.
Movillo, Nov. 10. Arrived: Steamer
Caledonia,. New York for Glasgow (and
Southampton, Nov. 15. Arrived:
Steamer Now York, New York. t
Movlile, Nov. 9. Sailed: Steamer
California. Blaikie, New York.
Southampton, Nov 10. Sailed: Steam
er Kaiser Wtlhelm II., New York.
Queenstown, Nov. 10. Sailed: Steam
er Caronla, New oYrk.
Cape Race, N. F., Nov. 10. Steamer
Oecanlc, from Southampton for New
York, 114t! miles east of Sandy Hook at
9 p. m.; will dock 9 a. m. Wednesday.
New York, Nov. 10. Sailed: Steamers
Furnessla, Glasgow; Gallia, Marseilles,
Now York, Nov. 10. Arrived: Steam
er Columbia, Glasgow and Movlile.
New London, Nov. 10. Arrived:
Bch. Rewa (Br.), McLean, from New
York for Bt. John; J. B. Carrington,
McDonough, from Port Reading for Sa
lem; tug Blue Bell, wL.i ihreo barges
from west.
Sniled: Tugs H. A. Baxter, with five
barges bound west; Aries with four
barges bound west; Gertrude with three
barges bound west.
Dr. C. A. Dorman, who recently re
turned to the city after a few weeks'
absence, has resumed practice.
Mrs. Henry Stadtmlller of Stamford,
cam Thursday to visit her mother
Mrs. Louis Weokesser , of 48 Bishop
street and her son, Louis Stadtmlller of
Yale and r"eturnod to Stamford on
Miss Dorothy Stadtmlller, her daugh
ter, will come on Saturday to witness
the ball game.
Ralph Benedict of Waterbury and
friends will come for the ball game,
Saturday. (
Cards are out for an "at home" to be
given by Mr. and Mrs. William H. Mer
win for Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Daniels
(Miss Jennie "A. Merwin) at 458 Elm
street, Thursday evening, from 8 to 10
O'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Daniels are to
leave for Boston, Mass., very soon.
Mr. and Mrs. France of Schoharie,
N. Y., are guests for1 a couple of weeks
of Benjamin S. Jackson of Edwards
street. Mrs. France is a niece of Mr.
Mrs. Charles F. Merwin of 24 Eld
street, will entertain the Tuesday Af
ternoon Whist club of twelve ladles, at
her residence to-morrow. Mr, and Mrs.
Merwin will have as guests for the
week end Mr. and Mr3. Frank Hull of
Baltic. They will come to attend the
Yale-Princeton ball game on Saturday
with their son, John Hull, who is in
this third year in both the academical
and scientific classes in Yale.
The Mayflower branch of the Sun
shine society has arranged for a large
whist which will be given in Republi
can hall early in December. The 'pro
ceeds will be devoted to the care of '.'w
poor and needy.
the Ladtes' Aid society of Ku-phrey
Street Congregational church will serve
supper on Wednesday evening from
(!:30 to 8 o'clock. About twenty of the
young people of the church met on
Thursday evening for their first re
hearsal for an old folks concert which
will be given in December, under the
direction of Mr. MetC&y, the basso of
(ho qusrte choir of the church. Th
Girls Physical Phalanx of the church
Is preparing to five & little playlet on ,
November io entitled, "Not a Man In j
the House."
Telephone 3209-4
White St ar una
Oltlo, Nov. 14. I 'Ceilrle, Dec. 5.
Ariiliie. Nov. 21 (t eitlc, Dee. la
Baltic, Nov. 28. I Arublc, Dee. 10.
Teiatoule, Nov. 13, 10 n. m.; Dec. 11.
Oceanic, Nov, !!0. Ij:!iO u. in., Dee. 18.
Majestic. Nov. 27, 10 a. m.t Dee. 24.
jl'Ailrintlc, Dee. 1, 4 a. in., Jan. 1.
IINew, 25,000 tons; has elevator, Gym
nasium, Turkish Baths. 'Band.
Fat Twin Sorrvt Mall Stenuiert,
of 11.400 to 18.300 tons. ,
CYMHIC, Dec. 4, 0 a. iu.; Jan. 1.
..yy.Jr.k. ITALY arid EGYPT
Via Azores, Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers
Cnnoplc, Nov. If., Jan. 11, Feb. 22, Apr 4
Klcjinhlle, Nov. 30, Jan. 26, Mar.7,Apr.l8
lloinnnle, Dee. 5, Feb. 1,'Mar. 14, Apr.26 '
Cretlc, Dec. 11, Mar. 23, May 9, June 20
CEDRiC2To3-toW,;f f 4 Feb. 15 j
Tor plans, etc., -apply to Compunr't '
OfflM, Broadmir, N. V. or 84 Slate St,
India Building, Boston, or to Sweet. 7
A Klcy, 102 Church street. Bishop A
Co., 181 Orange trat; J. H. ParUh fk
Co, If Crang strict. Now Hva.
I m26mwf
Plymouth Clierlionrtf Sontbnmptoa
From New York Saturdays at 9:30 a. m.
St. Louis. Nov. 9. I St. Paul. Nov. 23.
Phlla., Nov. 16. I New York.Nov.30.
New York Antwerp Paris,
Zeelami, Nov. 20. Frlesland, Dec. 4.
Vaderland, Dec. 11 I Kroonland, Dec. 24
Office, O Hr!nilvray, New York city.
Per 14 and 15.. N. 11., N. Y. City.
Bishop & Co;, 185 OranVre St.; M. "un
der & Sons, 219 State St.; J. Hi Parish
& Co.. SO Orange t.; Swoezey & Kel
sey, 102 Churoh St., New Havon. eod tf
Do you Mke to ace ofjo
people with defective teeth
Do you not think others
would be na tflstrexsed it
youm were that wnyf Now
dimt let them get beyond the
help of good dentlat. If
on of your teeth la mlMtngr,
hove us bridge tho apace wftti one tKnt
la the mine color, ebape and alae of the
natural oao.
. pea Cvmlnira, .
Wednesday Afternoon, Oct. 16, 190:
i w
Ho Selects a Trojan Product to
Encircle Hts Neck A Dlstiii
gulshcd Patron of This City's
Cluett, Peabsdy & Co. of this
city have received from the
manager of their St. Louis office
an account, that will be ex
tremely Interesting to Trojans,
of an Incident attending the re
cent visit of President Roosevett
to the Mississippi Valley. The
President, who is always taste
fully attired and in' harmony
with his occupation at the time,
wished while in St. Louis to get
a supply of collars. His repre
sentative, going to the store of
the Delmar Leader at 6341 Del
mar Avenue, asked for the Avo
lyn, an Arrow collar. So the
President wears a collar which
is the product of the city of
Trny and of the, largest collar
factory in the world. Both
Troy and Cluett, Peabody & Co.
have reason to be proud of the
P. S. If it's good enough for
him it's good cnoc&li for me,
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fyew Haven
Q -j art ford
NOVEMBER 3, 1007.
4:20, 4:48.
x5:55, 0:50. x7:20. 8:00.
-'x8:20, 8:45,
j.oo, 'ij.uu, 'ly.ou, a,... ill., xti .".
12.10, ll:22, 1:2B, '2:03, 2:25, 3!47
3:52, 4:22, 4:35, '5:03,. 5:85, B:J3,
6:42, 7:03, ''cB, 8:S2, 9:03, 9:2J p.
m. Sundays 4:20, 4:46. .x7:55, 8 : t 0.
a. m., 12:00i 1:42, 1:55, 203, 3:62,
4:35, 5:03, xfl:10, 6:42, 7:03, 7:52,
9:03, 9;20 p. m.
For Wttftliluji'ton via Ilnrlem Itlver
1:00, p. xn.. 12:00, night, daily.
For lloston via Hart ford and Will!,
mantle 10:07, a. m., 4:05 p. m.
For Huston via New London ami
Providence ,2:20, 2:55, 7:47,
11:42, a. m., 12:1)5,, 112:42, 2:56.'
4:20, 4:53. l:42. 7:05. p. m.Sundayn
2:20, '2:65, 11:53, a. m., 12:06,
2:55, 4:53, 7:05 p. m.
For lloston via Springfield 1:10,
11:11. n. m., 1:45, '11:46. p. in. un
days 1:10 a. m. 1:45, S AS, p. m.
For Hnrtford, SprlnKlleld. Etc 1:1
X4:0), 6:36, 7:46, 10:07, '11:11, a. m
xl:00, '1:45, 8:10, 4:05, x5:00, 5:48,
:08 (to Hartford), 7:10, x8:30. 9:62 p. m. '
Sundays 1:10, x9:05. .. xll:45 a. m.,
1:45, 5:46, 7:10, x8:10, x9:20 p. m. ...
For New London, Kto 2:20, 2:BB
7:47, 11:13, no Saybrook), - !1:
. in. -ia:uo, a:4Z. z:Dt).
:20. 4:53 R US fi'lll tin RavtiMnM,'
6:42, 7:06, 11:80, (to SaVbrook), pi
m. Sundays 2:20. 2:66,: 8:52, 1111:63,
a. m., 12:05, 2:55, 4:53, 7:05 p. m.
For Mlildletown, WOltmnntlc. Etc.
7:85 a. m.. 12:68, 5:S6, (to Worcester
and Fitchburg), 5:65, p. m. Sundays"
7:20 p. m. " , 'i "
. .Fcr Slielliurne Falls, Etc 7:44 a. m.
12:2), (to New Hartford), 4:01, 6:64, (td
Westfield) p. m. .....
For Wuterliury 8:00, 9:32, a. m,
12:01, 2:35, 6:45, 7:40 p. m. Sundays
8:26,11:15, a. m..6:45. 8:50 p m.
For Wlnated 9:32, a. m., 12:01, 2:85,
5:45. 7:40 p. m. Sundays 8:25 a. m.
6:41, u. -m.
- For Plltxfleld and Intcrmcdlnte Poln1
6:55 (via Bridgeport), 8:32, a. m, 88a'
(via Bridgeport) 4:05 p. m. Sundays-
For I.ltchileld 9:82, a. m 4:06. p. m.
Sundays 7:66 (via Bridgeport) a. m.
Express trains. xLocal express. :1
UParlor oar limited, . . " '"
w. n. niFnn. p. o. coley,
Gen. Supt. At. Gen. Paaa. Agrtl
Compueuie Otncriile Tronantlun'tlatraa
Direct t.ine to HAVRE PAHlS, Francs.
Sailing every THURSDAY, 10 a. m.
From Pier 42, North River,
i New York.
La Touralne Nov. 1
La Lorraine Nor. 21'
Ia Provence .i... Dee. 5
La Bretagne '. . '. . .1 Deo! 19
Twin-screw steamers. f
Extra Snillngx. ; E
La Gascogne Oeo. 7, 3 p. nr
Apply to Ifrencli Une, 19 State at., N. Y.
or Pweeney & Kelsey, 102 Church St.,-
-1 & n ra nn . ' tiaa t
umiiop a uo., i5B uronefe at... f
Parish Co.. t Orunce Bt
Jfamhurg-Amsrican. j
$r ft AND ' UP-WARB AC
By most modern and luxurious leviai
mans. t
Amerlka(new)..Nov, li
P. Grant (new). Nov. 1!
HPretoria Novt, 2h
Kaiserln (new), Nov. 2
UPartricia 'Nov, S
Sails to Hamburg direct. . 1
via Gibraltar
and Italv.
Batavia, No. 21. Ja. if
Moltke, No. 28, Ja. r
P. Lincoln (new)Deo. j
Hamburg, Ja. 4, Fe. !
Special trip W S. i
Hamburg, Jan. 4 arc
eb; 13. . " . ;
Vesi Indies & Orient
Special cruises by superb steamerj
lasting from 1S-7B days. Cost from
rf.100 and up. . .Tf
Steamers. ' , . ,1
Tourist department for general In
formation. Travelers' cheeks good a
over the world. . . "
Comnnny'a offlce 35-S7 Brondwny, J
y. Sweezey & Kelso v, 102 Churoh St
M. Zunder & Son, 249 State street; J. V
Parlsh & Co., 86 Orange street; Blshrt
& Co., 1S5 Orange street; H. Bussmaj
71 orange street.
Kingston, Colon, Savanilla, La Guay
TlnMail Tinrliftilna Rnnthn.mTtnn ?
Orinoco... Noy. 1G I Trent Dee. I
Atrato ....Nov. 30 I La Plata. . .Decs
Luxurious Steamers of 6.000 tons
commodating first and second cab
and steerage passengers. .!
Sailing 3 p. m., Pier 60, N. R., West 12.
Street. I
Sanderson A Son., 22 State street,'
Y Foster Debevoise. Flat Iron buii
ihir, N. Y. ; Bi?hop Co., 185 Orart
street; Sweezey & Kelsey, 101 Chui
street .

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