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JfcL... wm A RESOLUTE Lace Curtain Clearance i i .. ,. .. . ; J A sale of 2 and 3 pair lots of Lace Curtains and Portieres all kinds of Lace Curtains and some Ruffled Muslin ones if you need Lace Cur tains surely your sense of money-saving will be quickened by these Special Prices and values; . ; Irish Point and Renaissance . Curtains will be told for lens than impartct's price; 2 Prlot. 18.75mow 12.50 3 Prior. 14.50 now $9.50 2 Prlot. 13.50 now $9.00 2 Prlot. 14.50 now 10.75 2 Prlot. 20.98 now 14.50 Single. Pairs of Lace Curtains For bedroomi or for any sing'e window you hive. Read these prices; Irish Po'.nt. 1 Pair $5.98 Curtains $3.25 Rtnaissance, 1 Pair 12.98 Curtains $7.00 Marionette, 1 Pair 16.25 Curtains $8.75 Irish Point, 1 Pair 13.50 Curtains $5.50 Arabian. 1 Pair 13.50 Curtains $5.75 ' Irish Point, 1 Pair 10.50 Curtains $5.50 ' At 1 1 Pr 4 l& Notice To The Oriental Rug Connoisseur Oriental Rugs at Cost' and we particularly ssk you who know, to come, or you wh? hive friends that understand Eastern Ru values to bring them This is the psycholofical time to add another teiuti'u! hand-mad; Ru to your collection. V iTi S CURRENCY BILL IN Aldrich Measure Provides for ; i Maximum Emergency Issue of $250,000,000. COMPTROLLER TO DECIDE Issue to be at His Discretion and on , Bonds Other Than the ' ' Government's. Washington, Jan. 7 The financial fclll prepared by Republican members of the senate committee on finance was Introduced to-day by Senator Aldrich. It provides for an additional issue of bank, circulation, which shall at no time time exceed $250,000,000, upon :bonds other than those issued by the government, including state and muni cipal bonds In approved cases. To the comptroller of the currency Is given discretion In tne Issuance of the proposed currency, and he Is au thorized to decide as to the time and the amount to be awarded to any banking Institutions. . It is provided that the increased cir culation shall in no case exceed 75 per cent of the value of the bonds deposit ed. 'What Banks May Issue the Xotrs. Following are the first three sections of the bill: Section I That any national banking association which has circulating notes outstanding, secured by the deposit of United States bonds to an amount of not, less than 50 percentum of its capi tal stock, and which has a surplus of sot less than 20 percentum, may make application to the comptroller of the currency for authority to Issue addi tional circulating notes, to be secured by the deposit of bonds other than bonds of the United States. The comptroller of the currency, if In his Judgment business conditions demands such additional circulation, and the condition of the association making the application warrants the issue, may approve such application, and shall determine the time of issue and shall Bx the amount, within the limitations hereinafter imposed, of euch additional circulating notes to be issued. Whenever after receiving notice of such approval any such association ehall deposit with the treasurer or any assistant treasurer of the United States such of the bonds described In section two of this act as shall be ap proved in character and amount by the treasurer of the United States and the secretary of the treasury. It shall be entitled to receive, upon the order of the comptroller of the currency, circu lating notes in blank, registered and countersigned as provided by law, equal in amount to 75 per centum of the market value, as fixed by the treasurer of the United States, of the bonds so deposited such additional circulating notes to be used, held and treated in the same way as circulat ing notes of national banking associa tions heretofore issued and secured by a deposit of United States bonds, and hall be subject to all the provisions of law affecting such note. New Haven's Most Reliable Store Single Portieres prices no one can afford to pass, To go like this; Pr lot Silk Dimisk 13.50 Portieres $5.00 lot Merc:riz:d 12.50 Portieres J 3.93 Pr Mercer z:d 12.50 Portieres $2.00 Pr Merceriz:d 8.50 Portierei $2.50 Pr Mercerized 3.50 Portieres $1.00 Limitations of the Issue. Provided, that the amount of such additional circulating notes' delivered at any time to any association shall not in any case exceed the limit fixed by the comptroller of "the currency. And providing, further, that the to tal amount of circulating notes out standing of any national banking asso ciation secured by United States bonds or otherwise, shall not at any time exceed the amount of Its unimpaired capital and surplus. And provided, further, that there shall not be outstanding at any time circulating notes issued under the pro visions of this act to an amount, of more than $250,000,000. ' j And provided, further, that all acts and orders of the comptroller of the currency and the treasurer of the United States authorized by this sec tion shall have the approval of tho ! secretary of the treasury. Security of Notes. Section 2 That the treasurer of the United States, with the approval of the secretary of the treasury, may ac cept as security for the additional cir-: culating notes provided for In the pre-; ceeding section, bonds or other Interest-bearing obligations of any state of the United States or any legally au thorized bonds Issued for any munic ipal purpose by any city or county in the United States which has been i in existence as a city or a county for a period of fifteen years, and which for a period of ten years previous to such deposit has not defaulted in the pay ment of any part of either principal or Interest or any funded debt authorized to be contracted by it, and which has at such date more than twenty thou sand Inhabitants as established by the ! last census and whose net Indebted ness does not exceed 10 percentum of the valuation of the taxable property j therein, to be ascertained by the last preceding valuation of property for the assessment of taxes. Or the first mortgage bonds of any railroad company , not including street railway bonds.which has paid dividends of not less than 4 percentum per annum regularly and continuous ly on its entire fapltal stock for a period of not less than five years per vious to the deposit of the bonds. The treasurer of the United States, with the approval of the secretary of the treasury, may accept, for the pur poses of this act, securities herein enumerated in such proportions as he may from time to time determine, and he may at any time require the de posit of additional securities or require any association to change the character of the security already on deposit. Bonds Deposited in Treasury. Section 3 That all bonds deposited to secure circulating notes issued in ac cordance with the terms of this act shall be transferred to the treasurer of the United Stales in trust for the as sociation depositing them, with a mem orandum to that effect attached to or written on each bond, and signed by the cashier or some other officer of the association making the deposit. A receipt shall be given to the asso ciation by the comptroller of the cur rency, or by a clerk authorised by him for that purpose, stating that such bond is held for the association on whose behalf the transfer is made, and as security for the redemption and payment of any circulating notes that have been or may be delivered to such association. No assignment cr transfer of any such bond fc-jr the treasurer shall bs THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, Nottingham Lace Curtains i In lots of two and three pairs; 2 Pr lot, 98c; cow 69c 3Frlot, 2.98, now $1.89 2 Prlot, 2.50, now $1.25 2 Prlot, 2.98, now $1.98 Ruffled Muslin Curtains j V yards lon, with hemititched ruffl;, regu sr price 89cts. Sale Price 59cts French Curtains Feiutiful bcrdtrs.mide on French net,,- lxA yds lore; ' 4 Fr lot 4 98, now $3.53 4 Pr lot 8.75, now $6.00 2 Pr lot 9.00, now $5.00 2 Frlot 10. 50, now J6.75 deemed valid unless countersigned by the ' comptroller of the currency. The provisions of sections 33. 163. 5,161, 5,165, B.166 and 5,167 of the revised stat utes respecting United States bonds de posited to secure circulating notes shall, except as herein modified, be applica ble to all bonds depdslted tinder the term of this act. Tax on the New Circulation. (Remaining portions of the bill con sist of addition to existing law. They provide for a tax on tho average amount of such notes of a bank's cir culation as are based upon the deposit of notes other than bonds of the United States, provlM.-m being made for a tax on notes secured by Panama canal bonds amounting to one-fourth of 1 per cent, each half year on notes secured by 2 per cent, bonds. Associations having on deposit bonds hearing Interest at a higher rate than 2 per cent, per annum are required to pay a tax on one-half per cent, each half year on notes thus secured, A monthly tax of cre-half of one per cent. Is Imposed uron the average amount ol notes Issued on bonds other than bonds of tho t'nlted States, and monthly returns, under oath, are re quired of an association to show tlie average monthly amount of notes so secured In circulation. Exempting 1'nlted States bonds called for redemption by the secretary of tho treasury, it Is permitted by the bill that national banking associations may wlihdraw their bonds held for circula tion security by the deposit of lawful money to a proportionable amount. A section of :he bill provides that "circulating notes of national banking associations when presented to the trtasuty for redemption, aa provided In section three or the net approved .tune 20. 1S74. Aliall bp redeemed In lawful money of the t'nlted Slates." The bill also requires "that national banking associations located outside of reserve or central reserve cities, which are now required by law to keen a re serve equal to 15 pr centum nf their deposit liabilities, shall hereafter hold at all tlrms at least two-thirds of such reserve in lawful money." ' GBENOCK INN BlUNEI). Well Known Berkshire lintel at Iee Destroyed Eseape of the finest. Lee, Mass.. Jan. 7. The Grcnoek Inn. one of the best known hotels In the Berkshire region, was burned to tho ground to-day by a fire that Is believed to have been caused bv a defective chimney. There were thlrty-flve guests In the house at the time the Are broke out. but all made their escape safely, although many of them did not hav time to dress, and nearly all of them were unable to save any of their per sonal effects. The loss Is estimated at from $75.Cif to II lO.ono. on which there was an insurance of $3".6nn. The tire broke out about daybreak 'n one of the rooms In the attic near the chimney, .ind quickly worked down wards, spreading throughout the wood en building. The hotel employees aroused all the guests who were not already awake, and the hotel was va cated in a few minutes. The hotel was built five years ago by a stock company, composed principally of Lee business men. The W. D. Sloan estate of New York was one of the heaviest holders of jtock. RHODE ISLAND IXAlcmATIOV Providence. R. I., Jan. 7. Governor James H. Higgins of Pawtucket was Inaugurated for the second lime as chief executive of the state of Rhode Island and Providence plantations to day. The ceremony took place In the marble halls of the state capitol and was attended with all the pomp and dignity characteristic of such events in this state. The other state officers and the members of both branches of the general assembly all took their oaths of offlc WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1908. fHESPIANS AT YALE ?.esume Work To-night on the Oscar Wilde Play for Prom , Week. PERSONNEL OF THE CAST Six of the I'arts to be played by Men of Previous Ex j , perience. Last year on the Saturday preceding thi Junior Promenade, the Yale Dra matic association presented a comedy, "The Amazons," by Plnero at the Hy perion theater. This play scored a de cided hit .with all . the promenade guests and was pronounced a success by all those who witnessed, It. , Fol lowing the custom Inaugurated by this jproduction the Yale actors will this year present another pomcdy of the lightest kind for the entertainment of tho guests of the university next week. The ple;e chosen this year Is 'The Importance of Being isarnest," by Os carW'ilde, which will be given at the Hyperion theater on Saturday evening, January 18. The woVk in preparation for this play was interrupted by the Christmas vacation but beginning to night the Yale actors will renew their hard work of daily rthearsals. Although the final make-up of the east has not yet been announced it is known that at least six of the parts will be played by men who have had previous experience in plays given by the Yale unjergraduates. In fact the cast may be said to he an all-star one If this word can be applied to actors not yet out of college. There has been a wealth of materia! from which to chose and the result has been the se lection of men almost ideally suited for their parts. . - T. Achelis and R. C. M Pelrce, both of whom appeared In last year's prom enade pla, will have the principal men's parts. Arhell is easily the most finished actor in college and the work he did as Hotspur In King Henry IV., Court de Gieval in "The Amazons'' and as Earl Sk6le in "The Pretenders," marked him as nn amateur of far more than average ability. Pelrce as an ath letic Englishman, Stocount Utterly In "The Amnions," made a hit in a part very similar tu that lie will take on January IS. The loading female roles will be taken by T. L. Rlggs and A. M. Hartwcll, both f whom are extremely well suited t the parts they will play. The coin;lf (a cast will lie announced as soon ai Mr. Esmelton decides on Its final make-u?. However, with thras old favorites In the cat-t and so many excellent actors from whom to pick the remaining parts there is no doubt but that all those who see thb, production will see a play that will compare very favorably with many of the better class of professional per formances. HOLD-UP IN K. 0. STATION. Kansas City, Mo.. Jan. 7. Four men attempted to rob the passenger on a lUl.iai'liii, ititiitxa Dim t 'nnnrii),i I train standing In the Union Station here early thU morning. They we.-t frightened off without securing, so far s known, any money or valuables. They escaped, leaving no clue. PERSONAL NOTES. High water to-day at 2:34 a. m. Lou's R. Enslchardt, who has been vlsltng friends In New London for sev eral davs, has returned home. Michael H. King of Trenton, N. J.. who has been spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas King of Edwards street, has returned home. , 3, E. Carey of Casslns street has re turned to his Et-jdies at Baltimore, Aid. 1 Miss Margaret Bohen of Plckcrmtn street Is spending a few days In Hart ford. Miss Evelyn Thompson, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. Thompson of Culver street. Naugatuck, has returned to her home in this city. ' Mrs. Emit Tledeman of Springfield. Mass.. and son, Fred, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Flagge of 276 Davenport avenue. Frank Poland of 13 Greene street has returned from a short stay with friends In New Tork city. Miss, Mae Carr of West Carlisle street lias returned from a pleasant visit with h-r aunt, Mrs. Howard, of Hartford. Mrs. Mary E Madden and Mrs. John Hevrin have returned from Middle town, where they were called attend the funeral of - their cousin, William Lamb, a prominent business man of that place, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Andrews will leave Saturday by boat for a few months' tay In Florida. On their way they will Btop at Charleston for a few days. f Miss Emma Paul of Washington ave nue left last week to spend a couple of imonths with her sister Mrs. Barnes of Faterson, N. J. Miss Timothy F. Callahan and Mrs. Bernard Kelley have returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Cav anaugh of New York city. Claude Terrill of Bristol spent Sun day with his aunt, Mrs. Marvin of Westviile. ' Misti Mary "5'Keefe of 817 Orange Speedy Relief From coughs, colds, sore throat and hoarseness Follows Hale's Honey or Horehound and Tar It does not nauseate and is pleasant to the taste. Invaluable for children sure and safe. ' AUdnifiliitateUtt. Pike"! Tootharhe Drops Con In One Minute. COME IN .: And talk over that Southern Trip you are going to take this Winter Tickets and Tours Everywhere SWEEZEY & KELSEY STEAMSHIP AND TOURIST AGENTS 102 CHURCH STREET TRAVELERS' GUIDE. White Star Line NEW Y0Rk-QUEENSI0WN-LIVERP03L 'OKIo, Jan. . I llnlilc, !b. 30. llaltlC Jan. 33. j 'Celtic. Mnr. 0. Celtic, Feb. 6. I 'Baltic, Slav. 19. PLYM0UTR-CHERB0UR8-S0UTHAMPT0N Oceanic, Jan. 15, 4 p. m.. Feb. 12. Mnjesdp, Jan. 22, 10 a. in., Feb. 10. I Adriatic, Jan. 21), 2 p. m, b. 2u. Teutonle, Feb. 5, 10 a. in -Tlar. 4. IINew, 26,000 tons: has elevator. Gym nasium, Turkish Baths. 'Orchestra. BQSTON-QUEENS rOWN-LIVERPOQL Past Ttrla Screw Mall Stealers, of 11.400 to lt.SOw tons..- CYMRIC, Jan. 8, 2 p. in., Feb. 12, Mar. 18. ITALY and EGYPT Ylo A sore, Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers PCnDIP'u0 longt 10 n. m. lrt.Umli2!,035 tons. J Feb. IB. Canonic, Jan. 11, 4:30 a. m., Feb. 22 Republic, Jan. 25, 3 p. m.; Mar. 7. '-Romanic, Feb. 1. Mar. 14. April 25, t'retlc, Mar. 2S, May , June 20. J or pious, etc., apply to ;iupaa's OaU', iiroudnny, N. It. or 84 Stale. at, India Building, Boston, or to Bweas.j Klsey, ICS Church street. Bishop Jj Co., Hi .Grangs (treat; J, H. Pariah A Co. II Crane street, New Haven, mit mwf $300 AND UP ORIENT 9 79 DAYS Grand Cruise by S. S. MOLTKE. from N. Y. Jan. 29, 18 days in Egypt and Holy Land. Send for Illustrated book. Hamburg-American line. 85 TO 37 BBO.VDWA V, NEW YORK. For local agents see other advertise ment. street la convalescent after an attack of pleurisy. Charles D. Sherman of this city; who Is the Connecticut r prcsentailve of thd Steam Motor Journul, published In Denver, Col., will go to Nw York on Thursday for the remainder of th week. He will spend two days in Hartford next week, iookina after the Interests of automobile owners In Con necticut, who own cars which use steam as the motive power, the number of which Is constantly Increasing In this state. During big stav In the Capital City, he will attend the big automobile and motor boat show which will be held In Foot Guard hall, Hart ford, January 14-18, under the usploes of the Hartford Automobile Lealers' as. soclatlon, y maiuxe nrrcoitD. i'ort of Ntir Haven. ARRIVED. 8eh Myra W. Spear. Sch Theollne. Cooprr. Amboy. Sch Ann Louisa, Mullen, Js'. Y. (LEAKED. Sch White Cloud, McKay, New London. Sch George and Albert, Falrchlld, do. genf-iiu. smrrixo sewj. New London. Jan. 7. Ar"lved: Schoo ners Massasolt, Boston for Newport News; Jennie S. Hall. Simmons, from Mystic; tugs Paul Jones, with three barges from west: Piedmont with two from east. Sailed: Schooners Metlnle, (from Vin al Haven! New Yerk; Wanola, (Br.) (from Providence) do.; William Bts bee, (from Blue Hill, Me.) do; Isaiah K. Stetson (from St. Johns) Washing ton; Mamie Saunders (from Stonington. Me.) New York. New York, January 7. Sailed: Stea mer Kronprins, Wllhelm, Bremen via Plymouth and Cherbourg. Prawle Point. Jan. 7.- Passed: Steam er Main, New York for Bremen. Lizard. Jan. 7. Passed: Steamr Mesaba, New York for.lxmdon. OFFICE DESKS. We are selling tho product of a new desk factory which Is manned by the cream of the working force se ceded from factory Xo. 1 and is mak ing the best Roll Top Desks In the Country. The best stock, the best construc tion, the best finish a hard combina tion to beat. The 4-ft. desk sells regularly for $85.00 and the 4 ft, S for $70.00. . To Introduce these goods wo have for a few days made tho price $4-1.00 and $13.00, just about 2-3 of the actual value. A splendid assortment of cheaper desks by reliable makers. Brown & Durham Compile House Furnishers, Orange and Center Sts TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Starln'a N.Y.&N.H.LIn-i ' Lcawa hew Haven ;uu p. in., tttarin Flar. foot of Brown Street Laavt Mew Tork 11:00 p. m., Cortland threat Pier No. 1. N. K. Ffc'i '(;. excuralcn tickets I1.2S. Room , vvk Chat, ai Hired ears to Brewery street. C. H. riSHFIt. Aeaj . . saw Uavnaw Oeaat FRENCH LINE. CoinpaiiMle bcnerule Trutitntluutique. Direct L,ine to havki i-Amo, rraiicu. SaliliiK every THUHSUAV, 10 a. From Pier 42, North River, New Tork. La Oascogno ,, La Lorraine . La Bretagne .. La Tournine , . La Savole ... . La Ijorralne . Jan. 9 Jan. 16 ., Jan. 2J Jan. 30 Feb. 6 .Feb. 13 Twin-screw ateamerm, " Apply to French Line, in State 8U N. T. or Sweezey & Kelsey. lit Church St, Bishop & Co., IIS Orange St, Pariah Co.. It Orange 8t AMERICAN LINE Plymouth Cherbourg Soutbaniptuit From New York Saturdays at 10 a. m. Phlla.. Jan. 11. , I New York, Jan. 25. St, Paul, Jan. 18. I St, Louis, Feb. 1. RED 'STAR LINE Ken York Antwerp Parla. Vaderland. Jan. 15 I Kroonland, Feb. 6. Zeeland. Jan. i!9. Finland, Feb. 12. OlUce, 0 Broadway, New .York city, riera 14 and 15., N. II., M Y. City. Ulshop & Co., Iet5 orange tit.; M. Zun dar & Sons, 249 State St.; J. H. Pariah & Co., Hi Orange St.; Swoezey & Kel sey. 101 Church St.. New Haven, eod If Gibraltar, Jan. 7. -Passed: Steamer Republic, Naples, for New York. Palermo. Jan. --Salled: Steamer Sic ilian Prince, (from Piraeus), New lork. y Gibraltar, Jan. 7. Passed: Steamer Sicilian Prince, Piraeus and Palermo, for New York. . Venice, Jan. S. Arrived: Steamer Gl ulia. New York. Venice, Jan. 1. Arrived. " Steamer Irene, New Orleans via Barcelona., Liverpool, Jan. 7. Arrived: Steamer Montcalm, St. John, N. B., for Bristol. Antwerp, Jan. 7. Arrived; Steamer Zeeland, New York. : I Are These Prices! Right? We Say Yes! Yon will when you call and see the goods. Axminster Rugs $1975. Standard 9xt2 ft size. Inlaid Linoleums $1 yard. These are perfect quality. Printed Linoleums 42c yd Two nice, popular designs. - t Carpet Samples for Rugs. at less than half price. Ingrain Samples Tc, 18c, 35e e'a. Wilton Samples S1.25, $1.49 ea. Cleaning House. 'That's what we are doing on two and three-pair lots Of FINE LACE CfRTAIXS, on which you save S5 PEIl CEXT. Furniture Restored. In this " department January a prices prevail. Send post-card and our man will call. i" Window Studs Go. 75-81 GRANGE STREET ! FOOT OF CENTER STREET. t Open Saturday Evening. T 1 t t Telephone 3209-4 TRAVELERS' GUIDE. ew York foew Haven Jfailroad. JANUARY 5, 1008. FOR NEW YORK 4:Z0. 4:45, x6:55, :S0, 8:0. x8:16, 8:45 :..' '10:30, a. m., 12:03, 12:10 li:22; l:25, 2:0S, 2:25, ,' "3:03, 3:62. i4:22, 4:35, 5:03. 6:35. :. 6:42, 7:03. 7:52. I18:22. 9:03. :20 o. 7 m. Sundays 4:20. 4:45, x7:56, 8:60. a, ... 12:00. 1:65. 2:03. :62. 4:35, ,6:)3, x6:10, 6:42, '7:03, 7:53. 9:0?, 9:2u a. m. Fo Wagklngtoa via Harlem Elver l:u. p. m.. 12:00, night, daily. For Buatun via Hartford and Willi mnuHcno.o7. a. m., "4:05 p. in. e or uoaioo via New l.ondoa and Providence 3:20, 2:56, 7:47, 1111:42, a. m '12:06, 2:42, 1:66, '4:20, '4:63. 6:42, 7:05, p. m. Sundays '2:20. 2:55 a. m., 12:06. "2:65, 4:53. 7:6i, p. m. Far Benton via Springfield 'lilO, 11:11, a. m 1:46, '6:46, p. m. , Sun-' daysl:n a. m., '1:45, '6:40 p. nv For Hartford, Sprlngfleld, Etc '1:10 x4:00, 6:35. 7:46, '10:07. U:11 a. ra. xl:00. t in ail i.m k.aa ,iif 6:08 (tn Hartfcrd), 7:10, x8:10, 0:52 n. m. Sundays 1:10, x9:05, xll:45 a. nv, 1:4a. 6:46, 7.10. x8:U x9:20 p. m. "ew London, Etc 2:20, 'i.fi. i-Ai, 11:13. (to Saybrook), 11:42, t', m' -13-'06,.- )3:43, 2:65. :06, 4:20, 4:53, 6:16, S:io (to Saybrook); 6:43, 7:06, 11:30, (to Saybrook). p. UV. Sundays 2:20, 2:65, 8:52, a. In.. 12:05, '2:55, 4:63, 7:05 p. m. For Middlrtonn, WlllUnantle, Etc J:35 a, m., 12:68, 6:65, p. m. Sundays 7:20 p. m. , , . , For Staelburne Falls, Efe 7:44 a.' nt, 12:20, (to New Hartford), 6:30 p. m. For Waterbury 6:50 (via Naugatuck Junction). 8:00, 9:32 a. m., ; 2:31 6:46 7.40, 11:40 p. m... Sundays 8:26. 11:15 a. m, 0:46, 8:60 p. ni. For Wlnsted 6 :50 (via Naugatue.k Junction). 9:82 . a. m 2:35. 6:46, 7:40 p. m. Sundays 8;25 a. , m ' Ml P- m. i , - .' , v .. . , ,. v . , For rittsfleld and Intermediate Polata 5:65 (via Bridgeport), 9:32 a. m.. 8:62 (via Bridgepcrt) 4:05 p. m. Sundays 7:6a (via Bridgeport) a. m. For Litrhfleld 9:32, a. m., 4:05 p. m. Sundays 7:66 (via Bridgeport) a. m. Kxpresa trains, x Local express. ,., llParlor ear limited. W. G. BIF.RD, F, C. COLBY,1' Gen. Supt. Asst. Gen. Pas.. Afrt. a P" O T , " to , Jamaica, WtO I Panama, Spanish INDITQ M,n' Trinidad, Bar. II1UILO bad oca. Windward Islands, etc.. 12 to S3 Days $00 to $340, 20-day automobile or carriage tout of Jamaica,, $100 or f 150. Illustrate booklet oa request. s . La Plata.. Dee. 28 I Atrato....,.Febi I Tagus ....Jan. 11 I Luxurious Steamers of 0,000 teas. THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO. SANDERSON & SON, 22 Stats Street FOSTER DEBEVOISE, Flatlron Blflg. . Bishop. & Co., 185 Orange street,' Sweezey & Kelsey, loz Church street. Going South This Winter? berths and sleeping-car accommo datlons, and purchase your ticket of the old, reliable Arm of Bishop A Co.; 183-185 Orange Street. Baggage checked from residence to destination. Also direct agents tor all Euro pean lines. Jfamburg-jfrmerican, rtsrn AND UP 1ST class accord. Hi hi I INO TO STEAMER AND DES iPJU T1NATION by liiott modern and luxurious levla, thana Lnnrlnn ( lpatrilcla Jan- 11 LOIIUUn l Bluecner Jan. 12 PariS HWaldersee ....Jan. 28 Uimhnrn I Amerlka (new) ..Jan. 80 naillUUiy p Linoln (new). Feb. 1 II Sails to Hamburg- direct Gibraltar ( BatavhC Ja. 14. Mar. T NaDleS Moltke. Jan. 29, Apr. 21 Genoa I Ham,urE'FcblB,Mar'?1 AloYanrlril Special trip by S. S. HIUAdllUI Id Hau.burg. Fe 16. via Gibraltar , and Italy. West Indies & Orient. Special cruises by superb steamers, 'as' m Crom 18-7B days, cost from fTB WOO and up. NILE SERVICE. Bookings here for steamers of Hamburg and Anglo-Amer ican CO. Tourist department f jr general In form n t Inn. Traveler' rhflt trnnit all over tbe world. Company' e0leen 35-37 llroadwar, ! T. Sweesey A Kelsey, 102 Church St; M. Zunder & Son, 24 (State street; J. H. 1'arlsh & Co., lis Orange street; Bishop St Co., 186 Orange street; H. Buma-. 71 Orange street. CTP,- Weill! Uiuon I inn ISfllSlSla fORsOUTIt AKU tVEST Jitmgr' FARES IlEDtCKOj STEAMER NEW HAMPSHIRE. I From New Havea -Leave UellelDocll dally, except Mondays l:S0 a. m. Fran New Yerh Leave Pier It, East i m . . r 1. all. 9.AA n m except Sundays. Time betweea New i Hat-en and New Tork about f.ve hours. Tickets and stateroom at Bishop A iCo.'s, 185 Orange street, also at Belle : Dock and on Steamer, i OEO. C, BLACK, Ae-ent. New Havea. F. C COLKT. Qen. Pass. Aft-. N. T.