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TEE MOENING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1908. 10 1 NEW HAVEN'S MOST RELIABLE STORE fpj OF OUR ANNUAL SALE Royal Granite steei Enamel Ware Extras In The House Furnishing Sale U. S. Mail Laundry Soap, ,9 Cakes for 25cts at Grandmas Borax Washing Powder. ,18c,4 lb pkge 12c Oval Willow Clothes Baskets. SOct value', for 29cts Fancy Squire Clothes Ham pers. Jl.50 value 98cts All-bristle Standard Dust Brush, sold at 25c, for 19c Covered Sleeve Ironing Board usual price 25 c, for 19 c Elite Polished Tooth Picks 3c Galvanized Wash Tubs . Heavy Galvanized Wash Tubs, usutl price 50c, for 29c All-copper Tea Kettles Nickel-pUted, made by The . Rome Mfg Co., usually so'd at $1.35. S!e Price 95cts Wash Boilers ' . j Extra heavy copper oottom ' mads by The Rome ?fgr Co., usual price $1.35, ix 95c 1st Quality Enamel Ware And Every Piece One-Fourth 1 Under The Regular Price OYAL Granite Ware is conceededly the best Grey Enamel Ware on the market. We get this sale lot directly from the Na tional Enameling & Stamping Company of Berlin, Long Island. (fl It is the Annual Concession Lot we get to you first quality vessels for the price of 'seconds'. ' Each piec; is stamped with the manufac turer's label which guarantees it Best Quality; R" At 9cts Each; Measuring Cups, Flat Skimmers, Pie Hates, Soup Ladles, Basting Spoons At 19 cents Each; Lip Sauca Pans. Colanders, Frv Pans, Muffin Pans. At 29 cents Each 1 and' 2 quart Tea Pots 2 and 3 quart Coffee Fots At 29 cents Each 4 quart Ferlin Krttlei 4 quart Berlin Sauce Pans At 39 cents Each 4 Quart Tei Fots. 4 Quart Coff ?e Pots 6 Quart Eerlin Kettles 6 Quart Berlin Sau:s Pirn, 2 Quirt Rice Boilers 10 Quart Dish Pans. ; At 49 cents Each 4 Quart Tea Kett'es 8 Quart Berlin Kettles 3 Qazrt Rice Eoilers 14 Qu rt Dish Pan J Extras In The House Furnishing Sale CocotEnnhDoor Mats, good siz; aid quality, for 63c Fride of Kitchen Soap 3c Fest Bird Gravel. 4: Proctor & Gamble N a p t h a Soap. 4cti. J Lb Packare Mule Team Bcrax, for 8:ts. Legjetis' Potash or Ly; 8c Electro Si'icon Sifter Polish, fcr 8cts Putz Cream Metal Polish 15c Old Dutch CI anser3 for 25c Gas Lighter and box of vrax tapers, both for 10: Green Corn Flocr Brooms, 4 sewed, good quality, regu lar price 30c. for 19c Only 1 to a customer. 20c Ste:l Fry Pans 10c 35c Galvanized Water Pall 15c 30c Japinr.ed Foot Tubs 19c 50c Gal' v'd Chamber Pail 39c Qttr Annual Sweeping fhins Qfnrp 're-Inventory Sale In J The store that does most for its public does most for itself. That's modern merchandizing f Here is one of the examples of this policy. Too many Odds and Ends left from the heavy Christmas selling in the China Store. One-patternof-a-kind Dinner Sets; Open-stock Ware where patterns have been discontinued; End-lots of this, that and the other hundreds of new, wanted pieces of China and Bric-a-Brac that it wouldn't pay to count at Inventory ' All these and more are Reduced so that they'll go fast. Come as early as you can, for in a sale like this many of the good things are in limited, quantities. Only part of the price news; Dinner Sets. v"gLi. 100 Piece American Porcelain Dinner Sets in two floral decorations, sold at (10.98 Sals Frice S6.75 112 Piece VVhite and Gold Dinner Sets in rich chaste designs, sold at $18.98 Sale Frice $18.50 v 112 Piece English Porcelain Dinner Sets, in the popular dark flow blue, sold at $16.50 Sale Price 912.50 113 Piece English Porcelain Dinn:r Set. in blue or green, simplex pattern, told at $22 00 Sale Price 116.00 English Tea Pots, an Opportunity A crate of Encash Rockingham Tea Pots, just received, owing to delay in delivery of these goods we obtained a liberal price concession. 3 sizes, worth from 25c to 35c. Your choice 19cts Jardinier and Pedestal Bargain In rich dark mottled coloring, sold at $5.50 Sae Price $3.50 Open-Stock Dinnerware Clearance fl At the price of common White Ware odds and ends of these patterns that have been discontinued at the Pot teries; All pretty Chint. $1.20 a Dozen Bread and Butter Plates fcr Sets Each. $1.20 a Dozen Tea Platts, 5cts Each $3.00 a Dozin Dinner Plates. 10c $3.00 a Dozen Sonp Plates. 10c Each $2.25 a Dozen Oatmeal Dishes, lOcts Each 75c Dozen Individual Enters 3c Each SOct Meat Platters, for 2$c 75ct Meat Platters, for 38cts $1.50 Covered Vegetable Dish, 65c Toilet Sets JJ1 y Dowa 10 Piece Toilet Sets, large pitcher and bow', in blue dscontion, sold at $2,25, Sile Price S1.6J Limoge China Fish Set 14 Piece Tet, profusely decorated in fish design, genuine hand-paiated. sold at $33.00 Sale Price $18.50 Limoge China Game Sets 15 Piece se:, eich piece hand-pairtii in a variety of bird and game subjects, sold at $25.00 Sale Price $16.50 Limoge China Asparagus Sets 13 Fiece Set, exbuisite hand-painted decoration of asparagus, sold at $15.00, Sale Price $19.S0 Fancv Imported Vases i Atlessthan Half Price Teplitz Vases Rockwood Vases, Venetian Vases, all marked to sell from 11.50 to $2.25 Choice of the entire lot 98cts Eich r P-ro-f i nororipQ ot women s rine Learner Larnage Bags, and Vanity Fo:ket Books In the lot are real seal, walrus, pin seal, sea lion and other leathers. The colors are black. Drown, myrtle, green, grey and navy. All are in the most fashionable shapes that have been retailed up to the present time at from $5 to $7.50 each. Your choice $3.49 A small lot of Eags In various shapes ar.d leathers, all fashionable, were sold at from $2.00 to $3.50 Closing out at 38cts Each A small lot of Bags that range in price from $3.50 to $5.C0 Closing out at $1.98 Novelty Leather Bags imported buffed leathert, some with fancy frames, were sold at $11.50 to U5.C0. at $5.09 Women's roomy Shopping Bags made of soft leather with draw string ar.d handlfs. Bags have block bottom and corded stitched sides, regvlarly sold at $1.98. $1.25 Each. AOKI FOR RESTRICTION. Wants Manual Labor Kept in Japan Their Plate the East. Honolulu, Jan. la. A local Japanese newspaper prints an interview with count Aoki. in which Viscount lAokt is quoted as follows: "I do not approve of manual laborers going to America. They cannot expect after Japan's long isolation to estab lish themselves in any western country. Destiny and opportunity are in Asia, in Korea, and Manchuria" Viscont Aokl also expressed himself as qpposed to JaupaneFe seeking natur ization in America for the reason that citizenships are only needed by those who contemplate permanent residence. BARON TAKAHIRA'S FAREWELL. Rome, Jan. 15. B won Kogoro Taka l hira, who will scceeed Viscount lAoki as i Japanese ambassador to the United States was received in farewell audi ence by King Victor Emmanuel to-day. The Baron Takahlra expects to leave Liverpool for New York on Feb. 8 by ! the steamship Mauretania. ! Hl'GHES CLVB AT BROWN. Senior Class Takes Steps to Boost Old Grad's ClimlUlaey. Providence, R. I., Jan. 15. At a "smoker" held by the senior class of Brown university, in the Brown' Un- .! Ion last night, the first steps toward , the formation of a Hughes club were ! taken. The president of the class was authorized to appoint a committee to I form a club, the purpose of which wlli be to boom Gov. Charles E. Hughes of New York as republican candidate for president of the United States. This course was taken on President Faunce's recent suggestion that the students take some action along this line. VICTIMS WASHED ASHORE. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Pi A delightful three weeks' cruise from New York to and around the Island of Porto Rico, topping at ail interesting points. Luxurious teamen furnish hotel accommodations for entire trip. Special tourlit rata, which in aludeseveryxpense,IUO. Write for Illustrated booklet, sailings, etc., to The New York and Porto It loo Steamship Co., 12 Broad way, n. Y., or Sweezey & Kelsey, 103 Church street. New HaVen. Conn. PERSONAL NOTES. Miss Ruth Bailey has returned to her home Tuesday after a short visit with relatives in Merlden. ... Joseph Cashman has returned from a visit with his parents in Massachusetts. Mrs. Olga Salen of 120 Howe street is spending the week in New York. Miss Nellie Payden of Wallingford visited with Miss Anna McQueeney of Beach street over Sunday. . ' Miss Minnie Doyle of Ann street vis ited over Sunday with Miss Marie Phelan of 108th street, New York. : Mrs. Augustus Baldwin of Wood bridge is ill with pneumonia. . Miss Freda Nelson of Brooklyn, t Y., has returned to her home, after an enjoyable visit with Mrs. Stokes of 1193 Chapel street. Bodies of Captain and .Mule of Leo nora Shipped to Mystic. Norfolk, Va., Jan. 15. Telegraphic advices received here to-day from Cape Halteras report the washing ashore of the last of thoS bodies of the five vic tims who perished when the Mystic, Conn., schooner Leonora went to pieces on Diamond shoals Jan. 7, The body was that of an unknown seaman. i The bodies of Capt, Gilchrist and the mate of the Leonora, which was dis interred at Hatteras, are now en route here for shipment to Mystic. . .Mrs. Howard H, MeGee of George street and a Mrs. Edward Finnegan of Ward street are spending a few days in New York, having accompanies Mr. MeGee to New York to wish him bon Voyage on his trip to Europe. John Keating of Albany, N. Y.', has returnsd to hid home after a visit with his cousin, Edward Keating of Woos ter street. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. fljeiv York Puew Haven Q, J art ford ftailroadl JANUARY 5, 11)08. NEW VO1IK-M20, M:U t:50, :(), x8:15, 8:41 10:20, a. m., 12:03, 12:1 1:25, 2:03, 2:25. '3:031 4:22, 4:35, "6:03. 5:36, 6:0 7:03, 7:62, 8:22, 9:03, 9:20 O X7:6a. S:6i '2:03, '7:03. FOR x5:55, 3:35, 111:22. 3:52, 6:42. ' m. bundayg 4;20, '4:45, a. m.. 12:00, l:5o, 4:35, 5:)3. x6:10. 6:42. 3:51 7:54 :')3, 9:20 D. m. For Washington via Hnrlera Rlver- l:0O, p. in.. 12:00, night, daily. . For Boston via Hartford and Willi, muntit iO.U7. a. m., 4:06 p. in. ,. For Boston via New London as4 rrovldefcce2:2o, 2:55, 7:47. 1111:44 a. m.. 12:06, 2:42. 2:56, 4:20. '4:63, 116:42. '7:05, p. m. Sundays '2:30, 2:56 a. ni., 13:05, 2:55, 4;63. 7:0s, P. in. For Boston via Springfield l:lui U:a, a. in., n-Ab. '5:46, p. m. Sun days i:u a. m., 'lS, '6:48 p. m. For Hartford, Springfield, lite. .'1:11 x4:00, 6:35. 7:45, 10:o7, 11:11 a. m, xl:00, l-Ao, 8:1). 4:05. x6:00, 6A, U:08 tto Hartfcrd), 7:10, x8:10. :j2 p. m. Sundays--'1:10, x9:05. xll:45 a, :c, 1:45, 5:46, 7.10, xS:l), x9:20 p. m. For New London,. lOtc. 2;20, 2:5JI i-Al, 11:13, Uo Sa.vbrook), U:42, a- m. MaOS. '112:42, i:6i, 3:06. 4:20, 4:53, 5:15, 6:10 (to Saybrooki ib:42. 7:05. 11:30, (to Saybrook). a, m. Sundays '2:20, 2:55, 8:52. a, nv. 12:05, 2:55, 4:63, 7:05 p. m. i For Miildlrtonn, Wllllmantlc, Etc. 7:35 a. in, 12:58, 6:55, p. m. Sundays- 7:20 p. m. . , For Suelburne Fnl!, Etc. 7:44 a. rau 12:20, (to New Hartford), 5:)0 p. m. For Waterbury 6:60 (via Naueatuch Junction), 8:00. 9:32 a. m., ' 2:31 5:15, 7.40, 11:40 p. m. Suclays 8:2S. 11:15 a. m, 6:45, 8:60 p. m. For Winkled 6:50 (via NaugaturH Junction). 9:32 a. m., 2:85, 5:46, 7:4) p. m. 'Sundays 8:25 a. m 6 .4 p. tn. . , . .' . ,. - . , .. For I'tttsfield mid Intermediate Points 6:55 (via Bridcepri), 9:32 a. m.. 8:5t (via Bridgeport) 4:05 p. m. Sundays 7:65 (via Bridgeport) a. m. . ; - For Mtchfleld 9:32, a. nr., 4:06 p. m. Sundays 7:55 (via Bridgeport) a. m. Kxpresg trains. ' xLocal express. I (IParlor car limited. ' j W. G. BIEHD, F. C. COLEY, Gen. Snpt. Asst. Uen. Puss, Aet. MR. IIOSTWICK TO RETIRE.. To Quit Harness mid Trunk Business ; -Sloi-k (a be ('lc)sed Out. Leonard Bostwlck, corner of Orange and Crown streets, announces to-day, the sale of his entire stock of harness, whips, robo blankets, kindred sun dries, trunks, bags," etc. His is ono of the few; firms In this lo cality (and there are not many in the country) thatf dates back to 1771 and j has been carried on from that date to the present by direct descendants in family and' In name. Mr, Bostwlck has another line or business in view and to effect a quick sale Is putting special reduced p.ices ; on his entire stock which will be sold at retail, This offers an exceptional op portunity for purchasers In all lines covered. ' Miss Pauline Swinsky of Lafayette street Is quite ill with the grip.; ' John Maddox of Redfield street Is confined to his home by . a badly sprained ankle, sustained in an acci dent in Congress avenue.' The Misses Madeline and Rose War dthskl ot Merlden were guesta at the Breakers' dance Monday evening in Lenox hall. . cj udya WEST INDIES $125 January 18, 25, Prinz Steamers RECOVER VALUABLE TRUXK. FOR MCiJIT 'PHONE RATE. Bill at Albany Cutting Charges lu Half. Albany, Jan. in. Assemblyman Ea gleton (Dem. N. Y.) today Introduced a bill providing that no telephone com pany shall- charge, beween 6 p. m. and 6 a. m.-inovc th.in half the Kite charged for the same service during the day time, except that this does not apply to service for which the day rate Is 25 cents or less. Member of New Jersey Jewelry Firm (Jet Crsc of Abandoned Samples. Landlord Ernst H. G. Meyer of the Garde hotel yesterday restored to a New Jersey firm, a trunk containing $11,000 worth of Jewelry left at the ho tl oyer a year ago by a drummer. While at the hotel the drummer re ceived his .discharge papers from the firm and did not take trouble to ship the trunk back. ,'The firm, thinking that he had taken It with him, made no attempt to recover it from there. from N. Y. by Drin- Ctnnmnvn of 6000 superb r 1 1114 OlCCllllCIv) tons Itineraries Include Fortune'-Island, Port Antonio, Kingston, Savanilla, Car tagena, Port Llmon (San Jose, Costa, Rica), Colon, Kingston, Fortune Island, New York. Cost includes outside deck stateroom accommodation and meals. 140 and up one way. , ! IT 2 and up round trip. Special Tours Including hotel and oth er expenses, PN4 up: 6 days' Auto ,. mobile tourg In Jamaica. n(, Hamburg-American Lino 35-37 BROADWAY, . Y. , For1 local agents see other advertlsa ment. ; i - ..,, .'' ' ' To JAMAICA cn!y SPANISH CITY SINKING. (.'ops In Streets Bun to Cavinff In of Co:er Mines. Mlmis de Rlotlnto, Spain, Jan. 15. This town Is threatened with complete destruction owing to the subsidence of I he ground. I.arge gaps are visible in the principal streets and four hundred houses have been hastily evacuated. The sinking of the ground is believed to bo due to the caving In of a portion of the copper mines. MInas de Riotlnto is famous for Us copper mines, which are among -the most productive In the world, yielding annually about 20,000 tons of metal. Upward of 10,000 persons are employed In the mines. x&i Marine Record. ig2Sfc PORT OE NEW IIAVEV. ARRIVED. Sch Yooemite, Fisher, .Amboy. Sell Sarah Jane, Carpenter, UiBct, Son Coral, Smltii, Onset. CLEARED. , Sch James McLaughlin, Is". X', Sell Red Jacket, Phillips. , i FRENQH LINE. : Coniuuttaia (.merit le Tranaatian riant Direct Liiue to HAVRU PARIS, Franca, Sailing every THURSDAY, 10 a. m. From Pier 42, North River. . New York. ; ' - La Lorraine .....'..'.,.,, '..... Jan. II La Bretagne Jan. 23 La Tountlne Jan. 30 La Savole Feb. 8 Lu Lorraine Feb. 13 La Bretagne . , ; . . ... .'-. Feb. 20 Twin-screw steamer. . Apply to French Lino, u State fit, N. T. or Sweesey & Kftlsey, UJ Church St Bishop &. Co., US Orange St-. , Parish tk Co.. It Orange at. ' FAMOI S 'CELLIST SI KTDES. Omaha, Xeb., Jan. 15.-Prof. Charles Baetcns, age! 82, committed suicide to day by shooting, while seated in a bath tub at his boarding house. Baetens for many years was a solo 'celllft In Theo dore Thomas orchestra and at one time was head of the Cincinnati conserva tory of music. He has played before most of the crowned heads of Europe. 'tilAERAL SHIPPING NEWS. New York, Jan. 15. Sailed: Steam ers Oceanic, Southnmpton via Plymouth and Cherbourg; Mcskva, Rotterdam and Llbau; Sannlo, Naples; Vaderland, Ant werp. St. Johns. N. F., Jan. 15. Arrived; Steamers Numldian, Glasgow via Liver pool for Haltfix iind BosUn. Faslnet, Jan. 15. Passed: Steamer Lake Chumpliaii, St. John, N. B., and Halifax for Liverpool. Klnsale, Jun. IB. Passed: Stonmer Albanl.in. New Orleans for Liverpool. leghorn. Jan. 12 Arrived: Steamer Perugia, New York via Marseilles. Manchester. Jan. 14. Sailed: Steam ers Caledonlr.ii, Bof ton. Southampton, Jan. 1. Sailed: Steam er Adriatic, New York via Cherbourg and Queenstown. Hong Kong, Jan. IS. Arrived Pre viously. Steamer Empress of Japan, Van convtr via . if Kohoma. Gibraltar, Jan. IB. Arrived: Steamer Napolltnn Prinze. New York via St. Michaels lor Naples, Patras, etc. Bremen, Jan. 15. Arrived: Steamer Kruiprlnj! Wllhelm, New York via Ply mouth and Cherbourg. Bareclona. Jan. 11. Sailed: Steamer Manuel Calvo, Colon.' , . Starln's N.Y.&N.H.Lln : AJaUiX aUuOlhX tiA'i'uivbAlV ' -PAttSUAUJiai AAU fe'UliliuUl .sHVlCa Leaves Mew naveu .ou p. iu., diar.'ai I'lsr, toot ' of Browa Street. LeaTW Mew York ;00 p. m., Cortland birs Pier No. It, N. K. rt'i 'So, excurk- tickets tl.SS. Rooms il. VaWt Uhavj (i Mtrutt ears to Brewery dtrveL l . C. B. FISHRH. AsrewS ' 1 1 - -"J- Mmtt Uavn. ponas j : : ENORMOIS FRENCH ASSETS. Within Forty Years All Railroads Beeome Property of Nation. Paris, Ja.iv 15. In an interview, M. Calllaux, the nuance minister, contrasts the French financial situation with that of other countries, lie calls attentkn to the enormous assets the French gov ernment and Ihe communes hold against their liabilities. "Within forty years," M. Calllaux tiec'.ares. "these will be Increased by the escheatin? to the I local authorities of valuable franchisee, i s'ich as lightl:is. etc., and between lHou ii id 19(Hi ail the lailroads will become i tne property of the nation." I Continuing. ;h.? minister says th.it the system of old asje. pensions for J workmen, which will eost $2 l.OOO.rti). 'and to which bo' h ' workman nd em ployers must contribute, canmn be real ized for some yrars to come. XfiW LONDON MARINE NOTES. New London, Jan. 15. Arrived: Tug Clnrlrs MeWilllanis with two barges from wesi: Resolute with two barges from wrst; Julia C. . Moran, . with three barges from west. Sailed: Schooner Elvira Hall. Stan ton. Philadelphia; tug Aries with one barge bound east; Elmer A. Keeler with two barges oouna eosu HHMBURG-AMER1CAN ' REGULAR SAILINGS. , ' London Paris Hamburg'. an Mediterranean Ports by Magnificent Steamers, contalnliisf luxurious accommodations and moist mode;u Improvements; unexcelled, cuvi- slne: for particulars apply . Company's ofllec, 33-3T Broadway, W. Sweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St.; M. Zunder & son, 4 state street; 4. Hi Parish & Co., 86 Orange street; Bishop & Co., 1SS orange sireei; h. uussma. 71 Orange street WEST INDIES DISAPPOINTED IN 1X1 AN. Booklovers Take Notice A Clearance Sa'e of Fine Editions of Standard Authors Greatly reduced prices List on Application EDWIN C. HILL COMPANY Publishers and Importers 437 Fifth Arenae. New York. Tours to Jamaica, Panama, Spanish Mntn, Trinidad, Bar. b a d o e s. Windward Islands, etc.. 12 to S3 Days 90 to $2411, Ilustrated booklet on request. , Atrato Feb. t I Oroya ...March T Luxurious Steamers of C.OOO toss. THE ROYAL MAI'. STEAM PACKET CO. SANDERSON & SON. 22 State Street FOSTKR , DEBEVOISE. Flatlron Bldg. Bishop & Co., 1S5 Orange street. Sweesey & Kelsey, 102 Church street. Going South This Winter? If so, arrange for your stateroom, l-rtl- mill slceiilnsr-prtr aeenmninJ dctions. and purchase your tickets) of the old, reliable firm of Bishop &) Co., 183-185; Orange Street. Batgage checked from residenca! to destination. Also direct agents for all Eurof pean lines.' feKew Haven lM lpu:.c rnntrnv yohk. thfi f imadisiks runsoiTii axu kst Prussia's Rijr Deficit htit Half Covered ! by SniiTiptliii. : . -. j Berln, Jan. 15. It ' was nnoiimel ! officially to-day that the subscriptions 'to the new Prussian loan amounted to ! JtS.iSO.n 10. " An Indefinite amount was asked for, but li.somuch as the Iru3- tslan minister of hnance. explaining the j Hall. budget to the diet in January 8J said CITY NOTICES. Haute, at one Ind. time BRADLEY BROWN EPISODE, j ing here, in some respects resembles t 0f Hamill's home city. Terre " i that of Mrs. Annie M. Bradley of Salt Ulling of Senator Reealled by Sl,o,t- j rtah who rpccnt, w fnir In (liii-Rirn Court- i Shiran. Jan. 15.-The case of Mrs.! acquitted in Washington, D. C. rhomaa Metcalf, who last evening shot killing formtr United States Fonatr.f it Banker John R. Walsh's attorney, i Arthur Brown, also of Salt Lake City. Hmuel R. Hamill. in the federal build- Mrs. Metcalf, it is said. 1 a former res- rinsr ii .,aint Hamill for alleged the srverninent expected to cover a do i ng against Hamiu ior .nug f J1)o50nMO by a loan of t3. igs which she claimed to have sut- (1,l0,)0ft ,e remainder of the deficit to biinjri ci,n lin. hiishanit w rrfl . . i fered at his bands. Mrs. Metcalf is A hp mf.. bv Additional ta,xes, it Is active in tne church lninativp nf no,.c, Fr,,m that citv she thoueht that the expectations of the Hit- pm, jit ipu. aftrf which Mr. Hamill is a prominent mem ber. She had since at consulted lawyers here with a view to . . . . ti :n . . v.. iFOvernmpni is saia 10 nave trai:eu nnmii i.i Pr,si!ln h,v different times; York and fr.im New Tork to Chicago.;; rnakiiiir a brief annonicement to- She has rece.itlv been apearing in minor ,ja v refers to the "success" of the part on the stage. I loan. NOTICE. I BOARD OF RKLIEF MKETING. The Hoard of Relief of the Town of ' New H iven hereby gives notieeithati thev will meet In Room No. S. ntv i on Saturday, rebruary 1, from 9i a. m. to 4 p. tn., ana a.niy inereauer until February 14. inclusive, slso on1 the evening of the 6th and 13th from ! 7 to 8 p. m., for the purpose of hearing any appeal that may come before them. ; No pessions will be held Saturday aft ernoons. and on Lincoln's birthday, ' February 12. j J At INTO CASKRIECn, SAM'T. H WI LI 4 A MS. THOMAS FTTZSIMMONS. J10 20t Board of Relief. SOVTII AXU K!T WMnr FAttKS HUltlTED, y. iLiucn vitt HivMPSHIKEL ' From New Hares leave Belle Doc I daily, except Mondays l:30 a. m. t i From New York Leave Pier 2, Esst . River, foot Peck Slip. S:00 p. m. dally j except Sundays. Time between - Nei -A i Mo.-r, .nn Wpw York about fve hours! 5 Tfnhnl. anH IntArOOm St BtStlOD H Co.'s, 185 Orange street, also at Belli! ; Dock and on Steamer, i GEO. C BLACK. Ajrent. Nf Hea. F. C COLEY. Gt. Pass Act- N. T. ISOLLASD-AKERiCA LIXp Njj !rW YORK F.OTTERD '.M, via EOtXOGfrt Or Saiim" Wcdnrsdavs oer sulins list j Twin-Screw Steamers of 12,501 24.171 RYNDAM Jn 22, Fb. 2S, Mar. XnoRUAM Feb. 5, Mar. II ST TKNDAM. .Feb 12. Mar. 18, Apr. N "aMSTKRDAH Mar. 25. Apr. 29, Ju 8 POTSDAM fr. , Msy 12, June 1 11,.llnnd-Amerl' .Inc. 3 ll'waf, N. Tt Or m l-al Agent.