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THE MORNING JOURNAL - COURIER, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1908.
hew Haven's Most Reliable Store. SUPPLY YOUR KITCHEN NEEDS IN THIS SALE OF Steel Granite Enamel Ware K Half a cuload of this First Class R o v a 1 Granite Steel Enamel Ware direct fromlthe Long Island factory, and you housekeepers who are in touch with prices on this, the best of ware, know what Splendid Values these are; At 9cls Each; Measuring Cups, Flat Skimmers, Pie Flates. Soup Ladles, Brsting Spoons At 19 cents Each; Lip Fauc Pans. Colanders, Frv Fans, Muffin Pans. At 29 cents Each 1 and 2 quart Tea Pots 2 and 3 quart Coffee Pots At 29 cents Each 4 quart Ferlin Kstt'ei 4 quart Berlin Sauce Pans At 39 cents Each 4 Quart Te Fo's, v 4 Quirt Cofffe Pots 6 Quart Ferlin Kettles 6 Quart Berlin Sau:s Pins, 2 Quirt Rice Boilers 10 Quart Dish Pans. At 49 cents Each 4 Quart Tea Kett'es 8 Quart Berlin Kettles 3 Qutrt Rice Boilers 14 Quirt Dish Pan Pre-Inverrtory Clearance In The China Store Brings Bargains Hacked There are only a fragment of the savings held out Dinner Sets. v'"t., 100 Piece American Porcelain Dinner fets in two floral decorations, sold at f 10.98 Sale Frice $6.75 112 Piece White and Gold Dinner Sets in rich chaste designs, sold at $18.98 Sale Price $13.S0 112 Piece English Porcelain Dinner Sets, ii tie popular dark flaw blue, so'.d at $16.50 Sale Frire $12.50 113 Pies. English Porcelain Dinnir Set, in blue or grim, simolex cattern, ssld at $22 !0 Silt Price U6.03 English Tt Pots, an Opportunity Acra'eoi Enjlish Kockigham Tea Pots, just rece vtd, owinj to delay in delivery of these goods we obtained liberal price cotices;on. 3 sizjs. wor.h from 25c to 35c, .Yourchocr. 19cts : Deep, Sincere Reductions on Baby Coats arid Hats A Generai Clearance Sale (jf Baby Coats and Hats, Reduced for Clearance before Inventory and the Reductions are Sincere and D:tp; Baby Hats 6 Months to 5 Years Ti?ht Fitting Bonnets. Poke Bonnets and Hats, in black? vel vet: in red. brown and navy, bearskin, and OC , white corded silk. Values 59c to $2.98 for US,. Children's Coats 1 to S Years . In the baby section Serge broadcloth, bearskin, grey a:tra kan and corduroy; and such pretty coats. $3.98 Coats $2.50 $4.50 Coats $2.$8 $6.50 Coats $4.18 J5.00, 15.50 and $5.98 Coats for $3.98 White serge, white bearskin and astrakan Coats in the lot. i VIR. C0DDINGT0N TO LEAVE rhangc in Superlntoncionry at Hospital In Near Future ( James R. Coddington. uperinten lent of the New Haven fios-pital, has inder consideration an offer from an ther institution and win before log OX ACCOUNT OF CHANGE OF BUSINESS ' I OFFER MY ENTIRE STOCK Harness, Blankets, Trunks, ETC.. FOR SALE AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. ! ; l. Bosiwick.45 OrangeSt. J KEY FITTING Can and Locksmlthlng. SPORTSMEN'S SUPPLY CO 68 Center S!., E. H. Bassett. Mgr, PERSONAL NOTES. j George Burnes of Bridgeport, is impending a few days with his parents -n this city. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lyons of Water bury, are visiting friends ih thl3 city. Frank Rice, assistant superintendent of mails for this district, with an of fice in Boston, was In this city, Wednesday. Miss Rhea Ginsberg of Pearl street, has returned from a two weeks' visit with the Misses Pintus of Hartford. Miss Rose Skiffington is spending a few days with Washington, D. C, friends in Xew York city. ' Mr. Albert Goodman of 216 Crown ?treet, has removed to Hartford. A Gifl With Every Purchase of FURNITUR Your choice of the Cash Discount or Free Gift with every purchase of $3.00 or more. Here are a few hints : $10 Chiffonier or Dresser, a $2.75 Parlor Table FREE. $15 Chiffonier or Dresser, $3.75 Oak Rocker FREE. $19 Extension Dining Table, a $5.00 Ladies' Desk FREE. $23 Sideboard, a $6.00 Parlor Chair FREE. $30 Buffet, a $9.00 Ladies' Desk FREE) $10 China Cabinet, a $4.50 Reed Rocker FREE. .V " ; $25 China Cabinet, a $7.00 Parlor Table FREE. KELLER'S 363 STATE STREET. . - ' Miss Grace Kendall of this city, is the guet of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis of Bridgeport. Miss Hannon of Court street has re turned from a visit with relatives in New York city. William Fuller of I'niverslty place, spent yesterday in Providence, R. I. Mrs. M. C. Martin of Waterbury, has returned to her home after a three weeks' visit with her mother, Mrs. Boye, of Kimberly avenue. Mrs. Thomas Wilson of Bridgeport, has returned home from a very pleas- jant few days' visit with friends in th!s my. j Mrs. iMay J. Ford of 114 Valley street, celebrated her SOth. Birthday, Monday, find was made very happy by havln; her niece and friends from Xew York there to spend the day with her. Her sister, Mrs. George Chatfield, was also among the guests. Mrs. William Lanthan. Mrs. Jt. J. "Carroll, Miss'M.' Clalro Brown of Bal timore, are stopping at the Xew Haven house. I Were You Fortunate LAST YEAR ? Again we offer all one and . two -room lots of Wall Paper in our store at from 5 0c to $1.50 the bundle. We need the room. Come early they will not last long. v MERRELS, CROSS & BEARDSLEY, ' CONTRACTING DECORATORS, 90-92 Orange Street. 'Phone 839. WALL PAPER. HISS HAZEL CHADBURN. Harmonie Hall. Classes In Social and Classic Danc ing Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Address 118 Howe Street, or 'phone 507 1-M. JEWELERS. TYPOS' RKfiVLAn MEETIXG. The regular meeting of Xew Haven T.sr-'praphlca! nnlon. Xo. 47, will be r.eld in Trades Council hall, room 24, In.iuranc building, Sunday afternoon, January 19. 1908. j leave this city. The prudential com mittee of the hospital is informed of the probability of Mr. Codrlingtin now leav ing and both are working in accord to meet any situation that may r. Whatever this may he. it is stated authoritatively neither the insti tution nor Mr Coddington will he un necessarily embarrassed by any change. CLEAR THINKING MEANS SUCCESS Feed your brain on Grape-Nuts a true brain food, made from wheat and barley by a special process. Try" it- "There's a Reason" ..HE BLEW OIT THE UK. Shelton. Jan. An elderly man whose sister is Mrs. Lillie E. William? of Huntington ' liter, blew out the gis in a ro'm h had engaged for the night at a hotel and Ms in, was found t-d.ij SiEw I.H.HT INSTALLED. Town Clerk TVMtaker has taken out the gas fixtures in his office and in stalled electric 1-ghts. He will sdd a new desk to the furniture, when he gets the new clerk the beard ol tiiance : has allowed hinu Do You Enjoy Your Meals? One of the Most Important Questions to Consider In Hie Search for Happiness and Health. The burning question to you, Is, "Are you getting out of life all the pleasure and the health you are en titled to?" If not, why not? ' Xo matter whether every organ and member of your body Is in a sound state of health and strength, if your stomach is in any way disordered, you are not -going to be. "yourself," You are going to he a worried, out-of-sorts, nervous or sullen individual, whose ac tions will reflect your condition Inside, and people will naturally avoid you. The world wants t smile and be cheerful, and unless you are cheerful and smile, at least, occasionally, you will have few friends, fewer opportu nities, no successes, and you will go down in defeat defeated by dyspep sia and a bad stomach. A good and thorough digestion has a quick, wonderful reaction upon the brain. You must have noticed It many times, for the brain and stomach are as intimately connected as a needle and Its thread, one can hardly be used to advantage without the other. If your stomach is slow and lazy In di gesting your food. It will produce at once a slow, laty and cloudy Influence upon your brain. Mark It! If your stomach has absolutely quit work, and fermentation Is poisoning your vitals as a .result, surely your brain is going to be sluggish and correspond ingly depressed. Xo one need tell you that. But why continue to suffer all the miseries and torment' that a disorder ed stomach brings you? ) If your stomach can not digest your food, whet will? Where's the relief? Where's the cure? Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are the relief and the cure. Why? Because as all stomach troubles arise from in digestion and because one ingredient of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tables is able, to thoroughly and rompletely digest 3.000 grains of any kind of food, doesn't it stand to reason that 'these little Dys pepsia Tablets are going to digest all the food and whatever food you put int your stomach? Science nowadays can digest food without having to use the stomach for it. And Stuart's Dys pepsia Tablets are the result of this scientific discovery. They digest and digest thoroughly and well, anything and everything you eat. So. if your stomach refuses to work or can't work, and you suffer from eructations, bloat, brish, fermenta tion, biliousness, sour stomach, heart burn, irritation, indigestion, or dys pepsia of whatever form. Just take one or two of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, and see the difference. It doesn't cost you much to prove it. Then you can eat all you want, what you want when you want, if you use these tab lets, and you can look the whole world MASSAGE TREATMENT. Medical Massage, Rheumatic l'nr alvsls and Xcrvous Diseases a Spe cialty. Also Fractures, Nervous and Paralyxed Children treated. '-. Patients treated at their homes. IRENE 0. BURNHAM, ' 801 Mallcy Untitling, or 'Phone J98-5. m Nonpareil Laundry 0, ' (Incorporated.) HIGH-CLASS WOR.K. We do the work for the leading fm Lies and stores. 271 B'Jlchlaj An., New Havai Coil DESK IS MOVED OUT Director Foley Has Miss Qier ding's Work Place Taken Away. RESULT OF PERSISTENCE Clerk Claimed She Would Continue . to RejHirt for Work at Her Place. Francis W. Foley, director of pub lic works, yesterday afternoon afsum ed a new attitude In regard to his an nounced Intention cf abolishing the position of clerk' in the department of streets that has heen for some years held by Miss t-ena Olerdlng. The di rector. a.s is well known, had told Miss Oierdlng thai her services were no longer required, and she has told him she Intends to remain at work as she claims she is protected by civil ser vice. After Miss Gierding left city hall yesterday afternoon the director gave orders to Janitor Schappa to remove her desk from his office. This the Janitor did. taking her chair and all. The articles or furniture referred to were railroaded to the old council men's chamber, where there are a dozen eld roll top deska to keep it company. So that when Miss Gierding reports for work this morning she wll find an unobstructed view of the portion of carpet that was obscured for so long by her desk. The position taken by the director Is that the services of a clerk in the bureau of streets is not needed. He say one clerk of the department of public works is sufficient, and for that reason he has told both Miss Gierding and Clerk Fatrick McGovern that he did not require their work any longer. McGovern has taken the cue and gone out. hut he has served notice that he will claim pay from the city wheth er he Is at his desk or not. Miss Gierding makes similar claim an! the contention of both clerks will prob ably result In a court construction of a nice point in the city's civil service law. , . . 1 - SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS IN DIAMONDS, CLOCKS,. WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE. 9 an: 1 i is hot whal you PiS V for a thing, but what you" GET for what you pay, that counts. ; Quality and Good Value are in every item in our stock; ' 1 Guard Chains set with fancy stones...!; . iV-w (!-.;' Gold Beads, single and grad uated strands, from $10 up. ; Gold Necklaces mounted with pearls, sapphires, topaz, etc., $16 to $38. v Sterling Toilet Ware Combs, Brushes, Mirrors : and Manicure Sets. . Cut Glass Vases, that every one appreciates, and beautiful pieces of Pouyat China. Monson's Jewelry Store. 857-859 Chapel St. BROOCHES. We are now showing a most com plete line of brooches, especially to the dainty enamel and semi-precious stones. The early purchaser has the best variety lo choose front. . :U3 CHAfCU CTBCtT. NEW HAVLN. CI TRAVELERS' GUIDE. TRAVELERS' GUIDE; FRENCH LINE. Couipuuuic beuerule 'Iruuautl Direct Une to HAVHE t'AKl Bailing every THURSDAY, 10 From Pier 42, North Biv . New Tork. La Bretagne La Tour&ine L& Savoie La Lorraine La Bretagne La Toura ne uuUiiue. Franca a. ro. er. Jan. 23 , Jan. 31 ..Feb. .Feb. 13 . Feb. 2 Feb. 27 fijew York I hjewHaven & Hartford ftailroad.T JAMARV 5. i0O8. -(- Twin-screw steamer. Apply to French Une. i State St, N. T. or Swaexey & Kelsey, Ui Church St. Blbhop Co.. ItS Orange St. Parish A Co.. it Orange St VOKK '4:20, S:ou. niM, a. in., 12:uJ, r:e3. , 2:25.. 4:45. 12:1? :ua. Starln's N.Y.&N.H.Lln rASSHJttittli iu 'KJfaaUttl' MlLHVIC Leaves New Haven H.uu p. in., Stftrln PUr, foot of Brown , Btreec Leav New Tork :00 p. Cortland birua. Her No. II, N. k. Ktrs "V;, excurmul Ucketi I1.2S. Booms ft. i'akf Cai. 1 Httaci ear to Brewery street. C. II. riSHKH. ' j f. . . . mmw Havca. Oomm I 'OK NKW x5.66. :6'l, j :iSo. '10:30, 111::'.'. '1:25, M4:22, t '' :03. '7:62, 8:22, !:0V :2u p. m. Sundays 4;20, 4:45, x7:65. ii- . J:00, n:M. . 2:03. S:"3. 9:20 o. m. , , . 7 ' t'or Washington jrta Harlem Rlvrr l:uu, p. in., i2:ui, flight, 4ally.. , For Boston via UartfnrU i.ud VUU inumh' lu.u7. a. m., 4:6 p. in. , , . For llonton via ew London and l,roiUu,-e-3:2u.. 2:65., 7:47. "iill:42. 2;IIm;,.'1.:0B.- 'lUi. 2:65 4:2U. ,:$.' . P. in. Sundays -i.'iV. 2:85 a. jm., U:0$. 2;55.. 'i.b3, 7:0i. vur Huston via . SnrinirflM is . m., -i;io,. :!(. o. m. Bun- White Star Line NEW YORK-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERP03L Baltic, Jan. 2S. I 'Celtic, Mar. S. Celtic-, Feb. 6. Baltic, Mar. 10. Baltic, Feb. 20. ' I 'fetlrlc, Mr.r. 26. PLYM0UTH-CHERBOUR3-SOUTHAMPT0N Majestic, Jan. 22, 10 a. iu Feb. 10. - "Adrlstlo, Jan. TJ, 2 p. Jn., Feb. 26, Teutonic, Feb. 5, 10 a. in., Mar. 4. Oceanic, Feb. 12, 3 P. m., Mar. 1,1. ' IINew, 25,000 tons; haa elevator. Gym nasium, Turkish Baths. 'Orcihestra. BOSTON-QUEENSfOWN-LIVERPOOL Fast Twin Scran Mall Steadier, . Of 11.400 to 15.10V ton. ; CYMIIIC, Feb. 12, 7 a. m.) Mar. 18, Apr. 22. , AIS? ITALY and EGYPT Via Asorea, Madeira, Gibraltar, Aisle". PCnRIP700 lonH Feb. 15, OL Url I W 1,035 tone, f 10 a. in. Republic,' Jan. 26, 3 p. m. ; Mar. 7. 'Konuinlc, Feb. 1, Mar, 14, April 25, tanoplc, Feb. 22, Apr. 4, May 16. Cretlc, Mar. 2S, May 9, June 20; Dor pious, etc., piiy lo company's OlUce, iiroudtvny, A. i. or 84 blale at, India Building, Boston, or to Uwiti.; Kelsey, li Church street. Bishop Ji C., Ill Oranjs strest; J. H. Parish 4 ( II Crang atreet. New Haven, ; 1 , di2S mat ' . .1 ... .. plain, St. John, N. B.. and Halifax. Fastuet, Jan. 16. Steamer Celtic, New Fork for Qutenstown and Liver pool, 144 miles west at. noon. Proba bly" reach Queenatovin about midnight. t Queenstown, Jan. 16. Steamer Cym ric. Boston for Queenstown and Liver pool, 204 miles west at I p. m.; proba bly reach Queenstown 2 a. m. Friday. Naples, Jan. 11. Arrived: Steamer Alice. New oYrk for Trieste. Genoa. Jan. 14 Arrived:- Steamer Sleanla, Savannah rad Norfolk via Bar celona.. . ' Copenhagen. Jan. 14. Arrived: Steam er Alexandra, Boston. 4 Manchester. Jan. ID. Arrived: Steam er tbetlan, Boston. , Genoa.- Jan. 14. Sailed: Steamers Italia, Philadelphia; IazIo, New York. Copeuhagiti, Jan.. 14. Sailed: Steam er Lou'slana, Boston. ; Antwerp, Jan. 16. Sailed: Steamer Menominee, Boston and Philadelphia. . Southampton, Jan. Ifi. bailed: Steam er Amerika (from Hamburg) New York via Cherbourg. queenstown. Jan. is. sailed: steam er Adriatic, (from Southampton and Cherbourg) New York. , Furniture ' Chances. Furniture, Carpets,' Stores, etc. Everything for house keeping at a discount of 20 to 50 tier cent. one-fifth to one- talf off the price. Solid Mahogany China Closet $45.00, less 40 per cent, dis-i count; net price $27.00. Ex tension Table to match reduced from $35.00 to $21.00. Serving Table $22.50; net price $13.50. Weathered Oak Sets. Extension Table $12.00, Buffet $20.00, China Closet $18.00;' a discount of 40 per cent, leaves table $7.20, buffet $12.00, china closet $10.80, or $30.00 for a $50.00 set. Dining Chairs to match, $2; 40 per cent, discount, $1.20 net.. "11: da;s i:U a. m.. i-ir. 'R-m n m or uiura, nprtuenem, Ktc.-i-'l:H JC4.00, :3o. 7:46. lii:iij. ouir a m xl:U0, '1:45. 3.1), :&. ,vR-on K ii 6:0!( uo Haitfcrd). 7:10. x8:lo. ;J2 p. m. faynJay? i:10. x9:05. xll:45, a. sc., -i. jo. -a.m, i.iu, xs:lj, x90 p. m. ur leT London, 15 tc 2;20, 1:F4. f.ii, 11:13, (to Savbrook). 'Ull li. a. m. '12:05. H2:42. "2:65. i 3:u&. 4:20, N:5J, 6:15, 6:10 (to Saybrookji ftb:42, ,:0o. 11:30, tto Saybrookl. b. m. Sundays 2:20. 2:5l.. 8:52, a. ro.. 12:05. i:bi, '4:63, 7:0&p. m, t - - - For Mlddletonn, Wllllmantlc, pteM i:35 a. m., 12:5S, 6:5i, p. nj. Sundays- T:S0 p. m. . j ... . . For Shelburne FalH, Btc'.-i7:44 a. m, 12:20, (to New Hartford), 6:)0 p. m. . I For Waterbury 6:50 (via IJaugatuek Junction), 8:00. - S:32 a. !m.,i 2:3S 5:15, 7.40, 11:40 p. m. , Sundaysrg;25, 11:15 a. m, C:45, 8:60 p.; m. ' For Wlusied 6:50 (via' Naugatuek Junction), 9:32 . a. : m 2:35, 5:45, 7;4J p.. in. Sundays 8:25 a; m.,:-6.44 P- m. , . r, ,. , ; . , , . For rittsfleld and Interniedlate Poind 5:65 (via Brldeeport),. 6:32, a. m... 62 (via riageperi 4;0b p. m. Sunday 7;5S (via Bridgeport) a. m. . For Litchfield 9:32, a. m.,' 4:05 p. m. Sundays 7:65 (via Bridgeport) a. m. Express trains, x Local oxpresa,, , . llParlor car limited. . . ,. ' '. W. G. BIEKD, '. F. C. tbLtY, Gen. Supt. Asst. Gen. Pass.- Asi, Along the Rio Grande with a unique panorama, ofwo Republics ': United States AND : Old Mexico with points of scenic beauty at every turn, with trains of supe rior equipnifct through a coun try of balmy climatic conditions! The . , . .t ; . - , Southern Pacific- : Sunset Route Offers The. Best Route To' ' CALIFORNIA And All Points tn Louisiana, Texas, Mexico, Arizona n, E. Currier. N. E. A , 170 Washington St.,..Bosto8i AMERICAN LINE Plymouth Cherbourg Svuthamploa From New York Saturdays at 10 a. ,rrt. St. Paul. Jan. 18. 'I St. Louis. Feb, J,' New York, Jan. 45.' 1 Phflai, Feb. 8. " ' - RED STAR LINE Neir Vork Antnero Paris. ' t Zeeland, Jan. 29. I Finland, Feb. It Kroonland, Feb. 5. sVaderlund, Feb. It. Office, 0 ftrosdnar.' New York cltf. Hera 14 and 15., , Ji. v It., ?T. f,y.;Clry. der & Sons, 249 State St.; J. ,H. Parian (t t;o., ks orange St.; Hwoexey ft Kal-j ley. ivi tnurcn Bt.. now uavan. ,. eo i. : eodi'tf '7: HJMBURG-AHERICii " BEGL'LAH SAILINGS,, 7,, London ParisHamlSiirci Mediterranean Ports and by Magnificent Steamers, 1 contafnlngf luxurious . accommodations and ftiosa mortein Improvements-; unexcelled culi sine;- for partlcul.irs apply . . , i-.-t'ompoity's cfllce,; S5-S7 Broadway Jf.Vf. Sweesey & kelsey 102 Church Bt . M. Zunder & Son; 2D State street! S. H. Parish & Co., 6 Orange street; Bishop a r-. r : . . . . r . . . i ii urango iuii, lonra to Jamaica, Panama, - Spanish. Brown & Durham Comp!e.e House Furnishers. Orange and Center Sts WEST I N n I F" Q Mal Trinidad, Bar. II1UIE.O ba does. Vlndnar Island, etc.. 12 to 08 Days fOO to IMO.I Ilustrated booklet on request. ... I Atrato Feb. .1 j Oroya March T; Luxurious Steamers of 6,000' ton.' THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO. SANDERSON SON, 22 State Street KOSTLR DEBEVOISE. Flatlrbn Bldg. Bishop & Co., 185 Orange Street, sweesey & Keisey, ioz Church street. ' I Booktovers f Take Notice A Clearance Sale of Fine Editions of Standard Authors Greatly reduced prices List on ApsUeatloi .'' EDWIN C. HILL COMPANY Pnblishera aa4 Importer '43? Fiflk Aene. Xew Tnrfc, Going South This Winter? If so, arrange for your stateroom, berths and sleeping-car accommo datlons. and purchase your tickets! of the old. reliable fir in of Bishop A .Co.. 183-185 Orange Street . EaEgase checked from residence to destination. Also direct agenta for all Euro-: pean lines. rlx-iw nctvtJii liiij, , rnnEw york, th stS&i Marine Record. GEEHAI, SHIPPING SEWJ. New Tork, aJn. IS. Sailed: Steam ers Carmanla. Madeira. Gibraltar. Na ples, etc.; 1, liorralne. Havre; Penin sular. Lisbon, etc., via Fayal; Seydlitx, Bremen. Ptesmer Statendam. New York for Bou logne aid Rotterdam. t I ! : ii r IS IT ENJOYABLE? t yiMi like tn see pwople trltk defect le tertk Do ran not hlnk ..ther ttanld e a distressed II Toura nere tkat nt "Sttm dnnt trt them grt hern the kelp ( a arnod dentist. If nave brldre the apace wltb ifcal la the nam color, ahape and ala of tk ntnntl oae, PHIU. DENTAL ROOMS 781 CHAPEL ST. CITY NOTICES. ; 5Tlt n. . ROARD OF RELIEF MEETING. ; The Hoard of Relief of the Town of ' New Haven hereby ulves notice that they will meet in Room No. 8, City ' Hall, on Saturday, February 1, 1 . m. to 4 p. m.. and daily thereafter ; until February 14 Inclusive, also on i the evening of the 5th and 13th from i 7 to 9 p. m.. for the purpose of hearlmr sny appeal that may come bfnr them. No sessions will be held Saturday aft ernoons, and on Lincoln's btrthdaj', February 12. JAflNTO '"ASERIEW, SAM L H. WILLIAMS. ' ' THOMAS FTTZSIMMOXS. J10 20t Board of Relief. hiumiai runsoum a.d vkt Itwmunf KAKK8 KUUtl'KU. f : STEAMER NEW HAMHSH1KE. I From Men Uaten leave Bell DoeW dailv. except Mondays 1:S0 a. m. ' Krnm Sew York Leave Pier 20. East? ; River, foot Peck Slip. i:00 p. m. dally excent Sundays. Time between New : Haven and New Tork about Cve hours' I Tickets and stateroom at Bishop eV iCo.'s. 1S Orana; street also at Beil , Dock and on Steamer. CEO. C. BLACK. A-ent. Werf HSfen. V v n mi ry Psss. A wf . ff. T. . 6 UOLLAND-AMERIGA Llfil 1 1 NFWTORK-OTTriDAiI,T!sBOrjl9f(I si)ir Wediicsrfisv as oer saome n?t . Twin-STew Steamers of 13. Ban 24.17 RTNPAM Jan ZZ.Feb. 2fl. Mar. IF NifORDAM... 4... ..Feb. S, Mar. It? STATENDAM. .Feb U. Mar. 18, Apr. i t N. AMSTERDAM. Mar. 25. Apr. 29. Ju :f POTSDAM AprS. May 13 June l' Holland-Junerlcn Line. SB B way, H. Or Local Asent