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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COUEIER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1908.
PASS PINCHOT BILL
House Grants Forestry Appro
priation, Despite Charges
Made.
JLERGUIDE.
"Where Smiling Spring her earliest visit pays"
V,
''A
ML UUULU MAI
Splits With Her Brothers and !
Sisters Over the French
Prince Whom De Cas
tellane Caned.
AMERICANS HELPING SUIT
Mr. and fr. Tjler Morc Allcgrd to
Have I)lnl thp Couple May
Lose Pirn of Mrr
J. f Fortune.
N'etv Tork. March 31. Madame. Anna
Gould, who recently secured & divorce
from the Count de CMteliane, Is III
with bronchitis and (ttomaeh trou'ole In
the apartment nf her friends, Mr. and
Mrs. Tyler Morse In the Hotel gt.
Regis. Madame Onuld was snld to
day also to be In a very nervous con
dition. She went to the St. Regis yes
' tetday afternoon after a conference
with her brother and slK'er at the
Tiome of Miss Hflen 'Jould where
Madame Gould had been Maying since
her arrival from Trance, It Is snld
that Madame Gould expected to pay
Mr. and Mrs. Morse a vlelt for sev
eral days and that her Illness develop
ed unexpectedly.
Mme. Anna Gould It la aid, has set
herself firmly against the stand tnken
ty her brothers and lstr In regard to
the Prince Helle de Bnga-1 nnd lias left
(the home of her slater. Helen Gould, at
: Vttlh pi-wine, where she had been
ataylng ever since her return to this
country from Europe ahout two weeks
ago, With her three son George, Hrml
face and Jay, Mme, Gould moved last
right to the St, Rgls, eight block fur-
ther up the avenue, where Mr. and
Mrs. Tvlpr Morse, Mme. Gould's stood
friends and Incidentally the good
friends of the prlnee, sre llvlnp.
It was at the former home of Mr, and
Mrs. Tyler Morse, In the Wyoming;
apartments, that De Satfan dined with ''"'"" ' lHfnt I" Hnvc pw
Mme. Gould tho day after his arrival'1 limtltiitloiiH or lcnrnltiB.
in (M country and after thev moved 1
5o2l7t?SK London, March ni.-The chief sec
ltor H mnv now, perhaps, have thelretiiry for Irelnnd, AuKiistlne lllrrell,
opportunity of calling on her more fro-
Hurry and Worry
are twin causes of many ail
ments that affect the stomach
and nerves. Keep the dil a
tion strong and the nerves
steady by the timely use of
BEECH AMIS
PILLS
Sold Everywhere. In boiei 10c. ad 26e.
E3E3E3 QE3E3
, , , . , .zr- t " i . c-jmsi I
fluently. The Tyler Morsi rt have hern
helping the match along.
While the prince hnx been seen nt
the St. Regis he has not once made n
fall at the home of Miss Helen tiouM.
If fie ever had any serious Intentions
of doing o the coldness of flonrso nnd
Helen Oould have illscouniired him.
UT fVZ T
an al'laiice with another titled foreign-
er, esjieelail. a, man ulth a record for
making the nv.r,ey fly.
It Is said that a family conference
as held nt Helen Gould's home Inst
night, at which a. lust attempt was
made to hrlnyr Mine, ijould around t"
the filrle of her sister and brothers,
fSeorge sr.d Kch In. According to re
port, Wie. 'jould made an cloouent
plea .-ri bvhnllf of the prince, but she
cnulrt not shake the attitude of the nth-
ers.
It Is said that if Mine. Conlil mnr.
' rles 'ie prince she will loye a greal
I part of e:- fortune. Her share of the
'estate !r-'; by jay Could was $l5,iwi.nan !
ahd t'.e income of It JW.onn. Section j:
of tl-" codicil of the will, written on j ward the Faster gift-making. The
November 21, 1 Ri2. reads as follow: j fale will be a large one and will un-
"I hereby declare and provide that. : doubteilly nttrnct many who will be
If anv of my children shall marry j delighted to combine their Faster
wl'hout my consent during my life. shopping and assistance for the
time, or thereafter without the consent I worthy cause for which the sale Is
of a majority of the then executors nnd I planned,
trustees under this will, then and In i
that event the share allotted to the1 Mrs. .Inmes llolton will entertain
child so marrying In and by said will i the members of the New Haven
and codicil shall be reduced one-half, Mothers' club and their husbands, on
and the principal of the other half of j Wednesday evening, April 1, at her
the eald shnre shall be paid, assigned, I home, :!64 Mansfield street. Mrs. V.
transferred or set over to such persons k. Harnum. Mrs. M. F.. rhatfleld. Mrs,
as under the laws of the State of New j.;. j, Atwater nnd Mrs. Uolton will
Vork would take the came If I died give reports, nf the International Con
Intestate." gress of Mothers nt Washington, I).
The executors are George (Jould, If, , .,, which they went as delegates
Kdwln Gould, Howard (Jould and Miss from this state.
Helen Gould.
Mine. Gould obtained the consent of Tir engagement Is announced of
her family to marry He Caetellane and Misg da M. Shepard of 518 F,lm
, K"t her mrtune; but when the count.
engaged In his spendlhrift career IiIh
i flchto became so enormous that George
i r"1''l aa put In charge of the
1 Castellane fortune and Mme. Gould
obliged to be content With 2nil,nna a
year allnwanoe. Out of thla Hnnl'H
creditors are paid. I'mler Hi" will of
Jay Gould and the provision making
Geore Gould execulor the fortune h
doubly tied uji. It Is rumored that There Is but one subject of ennversa
Mme, Gould will gn to law lo recover; tlon nt the armory this week, the new
her fortune or fi more (tenerous allow. Sprlntlleld rifle-.. In every company
, anee unless GeorRe (imild yields.
HUSH I'NlVI'jHSITY HILL.
-
j Introduced hi Irish university bill In
the house nf ffimmonn to-day.
The central Idea of Mr, Hlrrll's
project Is to found by royal chnrter
two new universities In Ireland with
liendqnarters in Dublin nnd Hclfisl,
The secretary explained Hint the Dub
lin university would be cmnpoRcd of
thre constituent hrnnchcH, two nf
which, Cork nnd (in I wn,v exist Al
ready, and the third, New College,
Is to be founded at Dublin. The
existing Queen's College at Relfant Is
to constitute the proponed new North
ern university, which probably will
be railed the University of Belfast.
Opinion at present Is divided as to
whether to call the Dublin scat of
learning. Ht. Patrick's university or
tho University of. Ireland.
IN
SOCIETY
fiofrssor Weir will give his second
lecture on the collections nf the Art
Museum nt the Art school on ('Impel
street, tills afternoon nt 4 o'clock, the
snli.fi et being 'ireek, (lermnn nnd
Itennlssance Sc-ulptmc. The lecture
will be Illustrated.
The sale for the benellt of the I'lor
nce rrlttcnton mission for which
Mrs. Frank It. I.uckcy, will open her
house at 584 ornntie street nn Friday
.afternoon, promises to be a most In-
! terestlng one, a great variety of
'fancy nrtlcbs have been sent In for
I the bazaar and the books donated by
Mrs. Van Wagenen Ailing, w hich Fhe
! his sent to Mrs. I'lnrence Holmer for
the fair are among the very attractive
articles which will go splendidly to-
8treet and Fdwnrd V. Allen of 88
t,nw rence street. The wedding will
tHk(, )l)rl.r v,.ry shortly after Van-
u,f
F.V UII'TK HKKE.
,
'lirltifllclil (iiinx a (;rrnt Iiiiproventrnt
(her Old Otieo.
room this Is the so'.e topic nf the talk.
The new rllles arrived two days bri,
nnd the Interest In them has not abaH-d
; In the Hllithtest. The new guns are
: made by the l ulled Slates Boverniiient
" ,l"' SprlnKlleld nrseiml. The guards,
' lll,,n "" BPnm think the new rifle a
;,.,. lm,irnvllrnt over th Kra.
I Jorgansen thry have been ualng for
! "''''"i if "'"-
' wini ni mi'iiui fci mu 'n
ns the Krag. II Is nut unite us long,
nclng four Inches shorter. The new
SprliiKlli'bl Is suppesed to lie n gnu
coiiiblnliiu the gin.il uuiiIUUs of both
the K rn k ii n il the Mauser.
The b.irrid Im entirely encased In
wonii. Ihe purpose being (0 prevent the
person using the gun from burning his
hands, n freiiuent occurrence Willi the
old stv lc gun. The ejecting device U I
an Improvement also. The cartridges I
are put In the bottom, Instead of at the 1
Hide, The mnga.ll'e will hold five be. I
sides the nirtiirige ready to be flre, I
The sIchlK are (he henl yet devised. I
No iinny rifle in the world has dlghis
man can compare witn Ihese on the
new gun. The calculations for wind. I
'for elevnilnn. etc,, are sinmped on thai
j barrel. The stock of the new gun 11
p'Miirw urn iiroHio'i 'nan in ine oiii
KrHgi. The bayonets are of the sword
I 'Vl1'- sun are deadly looking. Th
are simewhat longer
than t h ones
hitherto in use,
SECTION MUCH AMENDED
STnato Considers Snnke ,Rivrr Dam
Project Teller After Uc
President.
Washington, March 31, After having
undergone many changes, tlie pan
Krapn of 1. 1 1 c agrlcult lira! appropriation
lull relating lo Ihfi hiircn u of forest
ry was Anally pnss-d !'.V the house nf
representatives to-day. Messrs. Men.
dell of Wyoming am! Sm U h of Califor
nia continued their attacks on the bu
reau and In this they wore supported
by Messrs, Hnnynge of Colorado anl
I'uxhmnn of Washington. These em
braced charges Hint Ihe bureau had
created limber monopolies In favor of
large corporations, Illegally assumed
, jurisdiction over water right belong
' ing to the western stales and Juggled
1 with figures In order to obtain larga
1 appropriations from Congress. The
i work of the bureau was vigorously de
! fended by Messrs. Hepburn of Iowa and
Scott of Kansas,
Considerable time was devoted to
discussing a prnpoaltlon by Mr. Hum-
phrejs of Mississippi tn Inerenee the
; appropriation for the Invent Igntlon of
polls which wan parried.
A lltU less than one-half of the bill
bad jieen completed when the house at
6; )I3 p. m. adjourned.
In the Sennte.
I Nearly ti,e entire session or the sen
ate to-ri.iy was consumed in consider
ation of n bill to penult the building
of a dam on the Snake ttlver, Wash,,
and an adjournment was only reached
after Mr. Meybiirn of Idaho announced
that be would not permit a vote to be
taken to-day. Druing the discussion
of the bill Senator Teller made a speech
In disapprobation of the executive en
croachment. Several bills of minor Importance
passed. At i.M p. m. the senate ad
journed. stiiikk ion i,osi:d shop.
Hrlstol, March 31. - Nine of the eleven
painters employed by A. I Lincoln re
I fused to o lo work to-day because of
the hiring of a non-union man. Mr.
Lincoln says he Intends tn run an open
i shop.
YUKON ;M ( T"K DKCI.INK.
At noon to-day Yukon !oll stock
was pouring mil nt 5 3-s, or 1-H less
than the bottom price Inst week. Hid
prices were r'duced to 5 1-4 n round I
o'clock, ami very little appeared tn lie
wanted hv mini brokers nt Hint nrlce.
TIip Miolliltig irnx of Kly'g Liquid I
Cream Halm, used as an atomizer, Is i
nn unspeakable relief to sufferers
from Catarrh. Some of thorn describe
It ns a Godsend, ami no wonder. The
thick, foul discharge Is dislodged, and
the patient breathes freely, perhaps
1 for the flr.it time In weeks. Liquid
Cream Halm contain all the healing,
I purifying elements of the .mild form,
i and It never falls to satisfy. Sold by
,nll druggists for 7S rent. Including
! spraying tuhe. or mallPd hy Kly Pros.,
Marine Record.
POUT OP MKW 1111 FA-.
A It R I V K 1 1.
S'h Messle f Ilesrh. McKngne. I'hlbt.
Sch ltesnlutr, Thomas, Ainboy.
Sell Ktnperor, 1'lnher. Anibo.
I'l-FAUKI'.
Sell fled Jiickel, Miller.
Sell Wm. i'. Tnnner, Itawdlng. ririliu
wick. (iFAF.lt (I, MIM'IMNt; KM .
New Vork, Miirch Arrived:
Steamer l.oiilnlnn". Hordenux.
Snlleil: Ht'Mtuers Nnpolltnn Prince.
Naples, etc., Umrn, lAustl Nuples and
Trieste; Ryndatu, ftotlerdntn via Bou
logne; lliiinlmrg, Naples. Genoa, etc.;
Kaiser Wllli'dni II, Hremen via Ply
mouth nml Cherbourg: Hlieln, Hremen
via Hiiltliniue.
Lizard. Miircli 31.- passed: Steamer
Cambrian. Il.istnn for London; Florida,
New Vork for Havre; Menominee. Phil
adelphia f"r London and Antwerp.
Bristol. March 51. Arrived: Steamer
Montcalm, St. .lohn. N. R, via Liver
pool. Glasgow. March SI. Arrived : Steam
er Furness'B. New Vork for Movllln.
t,onilon, March .11- Arrived: Steamer
Minnehaha. New Vork.
Scllly, March 31. Pnse.; Steamer
Graf Wnlderee, New Vnrk for llnm
biim. Nnples. March 25. - Arrived : Steamer
liiniia, ev urieans via n.irceiona for
Venice nnd Trieste.
Lilian, Mnreh 29.-- Arrived : Sejimer
Lltunnli. New Vork via Rotterdam.
Antwerp. March 81. Arrived: Steam
er Vaderland. New Vork via Mover.
firemen. March 81. Arrived: Steam-
"Comfort without txTvAONce "
HOTEL WOODSTOCK
W.432ST.KKHBVY0K5
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THINGS
Rooms with ronnino water, $i.bo ano u
With bath, $r and up. buitls, $s and up
WHITE FOR PPTICULAR9.
VlRB FOR RESERVATIONS, OUR EXPENSE.
W. H. VAUQUETTE, ManaQb,
Lbo THE BERWICK. Rutland, vt.
ENGRAVED
VISITING CARDS
and
ADDRESS DIES
W. L. WIGIITMAN
101 GRANGE ST.
Room 1. 1st Flo sr.
mm
Is the round trip rate NEW YORK to OLD POINT
COMFORT or NORFOLK, including meals and berth
by the elegant steamers of the ,
OLD DOMINION LINE 1
Tickets sold and staterooms reserved by
SWEEZEY & KELSEY -
Steamship and Tourist Agents
102 CHURCH STREET TELEPHONE 3209-4
Choose Your Garage.
Be Sure and Choose Right.
We could tell you a lot of things about our garage,
but a better way is to come and see for yourself.
It's very convenient. It's very complete. Rates
are very reasonable. We offer several advantages to
auto owners that are not offered by any other lpcal
garage.
NEW UNIVERSITY GARAGE Khst.
GARDNER E. WHEELER, Prop.
SCANDINAVIAN-AMERICAN UNI j
10.000 Ton Twin-Screw PtiscnKw Steameri I
Direct to -
Norway, Sweden and Denmark
Salting Iioiii New York el noon,
llclllg Olnv Ap 5 I Oscar II. April nn
P. Stales April 111 O.T.Tolgen Ap. J 3
Saloon f", ami np, Second cabin jrT..i.i.
Jolm..n A t o.. I llrinln.v, .. V.
OR TO I.OOA1, AOKNTS.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN
London Paris Hamburg
Patricia ...Apr. 'Pretoria. ..Apr. II
Amerlka ....Apr. 91 Knlserln .April
Silla to ll.uiiliurg direct.
GIBRALTAR-NAPLES-GENOA
Moltke ....Apr. 25 Moltke June 8
H.iniburg. ..May HiHnuivlu tune. 25
THAVKUKItS" OIIKf'KS ISSUED.
Cnmpnu'i ontep, .tS-H7 tlrnnilnay, S. Y.
Or l.ocsl Agrnt.
HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE
Twin Screw Passenger Service.
Nf'v yi'iiic itorriitiiiAM via uou-
I.O(l.M';.
rntsdam ....Apr 8 i stitendam, Apr. 22
Nnnrdani, Apr. 15 j N.Aiiis'ilnm, Apr.L'3
lliillnnit-Amerlea Line, ?,n n'nnr, N. V.
Or Local Afjent.
White Star Line
NEW YORK-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL
nnldc, Apr. HI. Arnlilc, Apr. ;t0
( rilrlr, Apr. SX rltlc, May 7.
PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURGtSOUTHAMPTON
Oeeflnlp, Apr. H. I Arlrlntle, Apr. 22
Teiitnntp, Apr. T. Miijeelle, Air. 211.
BOSTON-QUEENSIOWN-LIVERPOOL
Fasl Twin Screw Mnll )teniner,
of It, inn tn 1.1.NUO tuns.
mtllll , April 22. 3 p. m. May 23.
NF.W VOrtK Tf) ITAI V
A mi nowTox I U I I ML I
Vln Axnrpn, Mndrtrn, f;lhrnltnr,
( annplc, p.4,lp.iii. I Itoinnnle, Apr. 25.
Republic, Apr. IS. I I retle. May t.
For f!n nt. etc.. apply tn Company
Office, ! Hrnadwny. X. V., or 34 State St.,
India Tin I I'll n sr. Boston, or to Sweer.cy
&Keley, licj Cliureli utreet. Bliliop
Co., isj (irnnce .treet; .1. II. Parish &
(,
IPi france street, Xew lliven.
m 2 5 ni w f
er Kronprlni! U'llhelm. Xew York vbt
Plymouth and Cherbourg-.
Xaples, March '.'i. Sailed: Steamer
San Giorgio. New York.
Trieste. March 2'i. -Sailed: Steamer
Alice. Xew York.
Chrlstlnnls. Mnr. 28. -Sailed: Steam
er Alexandra ifrom CnpenhaRen i, fim
ton. XF.W IflHIIIH MltlK NO'IF.1.
Xew tiondon. March 31. Arrived:
Florence A, H. I. Ilaznrd. from lloston
for Kdgewpter: General Torbert, Fall
fllver; tups Cirllsle with ; barges from
eist: Resolule with lle barges from
west.
Sailed: Schooners , I. Hedges. New
York; Harry l Fenner. do,; lloberl
tohn Beswlck, do.: tugs Frederick I.
tvs with two bsmes bound east; K',
mer A. Keeler with two b.irges bound
west.
THE FULL JEWELED
Ahead in all Tests.
New Haven
Automobile Co.
53 Broadway.
J a BT Ti 11 i I W
AMERICAN LINE
I'ljiuoutb (berl.uiirn Suuthamptoa
trora new 1 urn saiurunys ni iu n. m.
Plilla. Apr. 4. I New York, Apr. 18.
St. Paul, Apr. 11. I St. Louis, Apr. 25.
RED STAR LINE
fiv York l)opp Antwerp.
Kroonland Apr, 4. I Vadoi laml, Apr. 18
Finland, Apr. 11 .ccihikI, Apr. 25.
Oltlce, U Ilrmidivii, Nbt Vork city.
Plcra 14 uud 1R N. It., S. V. City.
Cltihop &. Co., 185 Orange St.; M. Zun
dr & Sens. 249 Statu St.; J. II. Parlih
Co., 86 Orange St.; Sweezey & Kel
ler. 10 Church fit.. Now Haven, eod t(
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
133-137
TEMPLE ST.
HIGH-CLASS
GERMAN RESTAURANT.
Importotl BrTrs r Rperlalty.
nuslnesa Men's Xoon Lunch 50 Cents.
HUNGARIAN GYPSY ORCHESTRA.
A. D. HELIj ....Proprietor
Hotel Garde
Oppoal-.a vlitoo Depo,
ntdw have:;, conn.
Connecticut's Largest Hotel
Mnncr 12-2:15. 'SO Cent
161 TO I6i CIH Kl'H STHKKT.
HKTAl'lA.T.
t.unehr.n. 1 1:30 lint" 2 o'clock.
OHCJ1FSTHA KVEMNGi.
Servle a '.a Carte.
LOUIS MCTZOER CATFRIVO CO,
New Tontine Hotel
ORCHESTRA EVENINGS.
?peolal ftttentton glv?n to bonqueta,
troddlngai and private pnrtlea. Euro
pean plan. Roomi ftom (1.00 up.
GEORGE T. WHITE. Proprietor.
HANDY S NEW HOTEL
DAVENPORT
AMERICAN nnd EUROPEAN PLAN.
CAFE A LA CARTE.
Ml'SIC EVEN1XGS, 6 TO 18.
Oirnrr Orange and Court Htrocta.
TELEPHONE 12H.
ATLANTIC CITY.
HOTFI. I'll W.IIOItl",
Alluutle I Mr. X. J.
Open Throughout the Year.
A Hotel Celebrated for lt llmue Com
forts. TRAVflORK MDTFIi CO.,
din". (). Miir(iicll I), N. White,
Manager. Ft (widen t.
JMVVTX IIHTKMI,
V bole Hlix'k Oeeiin ! ron(.
; ATl.A.NTIi: CITY, X, .1,
411 rooms overlooking the ocean; 2
with bath. Capacity, rjoii White ser
vice, finest table and service. Hot and
cohl sea water baths. Healed sea, wa-
, ler swiiiiiniiig pool, elcvaliir, ir
ichestiM, Auto niets trains. Write fur
literature. Anierlran plan 1 2..M) up
weekly. Special season and family
It it rt t ii....... .
mien, ii. i. iuinii.ii, .UHiiagcr.
(ill A XI) ATLANTIC. IIOTKI.,
Virginia Ave. find the lleacli, AHanlln
(Hy, ,. J. .
Always Open Capacity Coo (Jiuista
Centrally located -within few step
nf the famous steel piers direct south
ern exposure open iinobHlructud vloiv
largo and luindsiiiiiHly furnished
r inins conlalnlng two to sU windows
running artesian water hot and cold
sen water In all baths iiIho public hot
sea. wat'T baths steam heated sun par
hirs I'levalor tn street levei -'phnnns
In rooms orchestra social dlverslniu
white service excellent cuisine
coaches meet all trnlns--wrlte tor lit
eral iiro Terms, weekly Jlli.50, MB,
tl'Jii), American plan,
( II HIU;! IC. t Ol'B.
MONTICELLOi
Atlnnlli! t it s . J.. Kentucky ore,,
Near llvncli.
The hotel for comfort. Xear all at
tractions. Modern high class, home,
like. Private batliB. Capacity fsno, )
up wocklj'. Bguklet. A. f. EKUOL.U.
New York
Aiew Haven
& H . 1
ffailroad.
FEDHUAHV 2. 11)08.
KOIl KKW VOItK M;:u, i:bS, x5;BS,
6:50, &:), x8:15, ,:45, !t;3B, '10:30, a.
in.. 12:10, 2;22, '1:26, 2:03, 2:25.
3:03, 1:22, 4;35, 6:55.
"(i:03, 6;l2, i:o3, 'm,:k2, S:22, :0a.
0:20 p. m. Sunday s-l:20, "4:46, xT:6o,
S:5j a. in., 12:oo, '1:65, 2:03, '3:52,
4:35, 5:ii3,x6:10, 'f.U. '73, 7:B2,
U:u3, :20 p. in.
l or WanhlnKliiu lu Harlem Hlver-
1:00 p. in., J2:uu, nlBlit, dally.
Fur JliiHlon Tin Jtiirlfurd and Willi
nuintlr '10:07 a. m., '4:05 p. ni.
l or lltmlon . via ,ey liimdoo and
Prot hlenef . 2:2U, 2:55 ,7:47, 11:42,
a. in., 12:ut, ,i2;42, 2:55, 4:20, '4:50.
ilt:42, '7:05, p. in. Sundays 2:2 ),
2:55 u. in., 12:05, '2:55, 4:63, 7:05.
P. in.
For llnotou Tin Sprlnuilrlil '1:10,
11:11 8. in., l:45, 'i;iti, p. in. Sunday
1:10 a. m J:15, "5 :4i p. in.
Fur Hurt ford, SitrlngHclil, Ktv. 1 : 1 1
x4:oo, 0:36, 7:46, I0:u7, 11:11, a. m
xl:00, 1:16, 3:10, MiOe, x5:0O, 5:4"j,
6:J8, 7:10, tto Martfurd). x8:lu, 9:62 p.
in. Sundays l;lo, x0:06, xll:45, a, m.,
1:46, 6:1, 7:1(1. x8:10. x!l:20 p. in.
Fur v l.oiHlim, Ktc. '2:20. '2:55,
7:47, 11:13, (tu Saybrook), '1111:42 a. in.,
12:05, i:2:42, '2:55, 3:06, 4:20, '4:63,
5:15, 6:10. (to Sayluook;, ti:42. 7:05,
11:30, (to Saybrook), p. m. Sundays
"2:20, 2:r.5, 8:52, a. Ml., '12:06, '2:05,
4:63, 7:15 p. m.
For itllildletonn, Wlllltunntlr, Etc.
7:35 a. in., J2.ii8, 0:02,' p. in. Sundays
7:2u p. in.
For Micllnirnc Folia, F.(c 7:44 a, ill.
12:20 (to New Hartford), 4-01, 6:64 p. m.
(to Wentllcld).
Fur Wtiterltury 11:50 (via Naugatuck
Junction), 8:00, 8:32, u. in. 2:35, 5:45,
7:40, 11 :40, p. m. Sundays 8:25., 11:16
a. in., B:45, 8:60 p. in.
For Wlntcd 0:60 (via NanBatUclC
Junction), :32 B.'m., 2:35, 5:45. 7:40 p.
m. Sundays 8:25 a. in., R:45 p. m.
For I'lllKfleld nnil liKprmeillnle Folnla
n TiS -tvlw-WrWypuri r;Ma. in. 3:62 '
(via Bridgeport ) 4:05 p. tn. Sundays
7:56 (vl.i Hrldneport) a. in.
For I.Kclillrld 9:32 a. m., 4:05 p. m.
Sundays 7:65 (via llrMsjeport) a. m.
-r.Ajinrna imins. L,ucui express..
Ill'arlor car limited.
W. fi. II IK HI), F. C. f'OLEY, w
(ii n. Rupt. Awt, Oen. Pnaa. Agi.
Starin's N. Y. & N. H. Line.
DAILY EXCKPT SATt'RDAT.
I'ASSKNCF.It AM) FIIKIU1IT SERVH'B
heavea New Haven 9:o0 p. m Starl'i
Tier, toot of Brown 8treet. Leava
New York 9:00 p. m Cortlandt Street,
Tier No. 13, N. R. Fare 75c, excursion
tickets 11.25. Rooms (1. Ttke Chap,
el Struct cars to Brewery street
C. II. FlSHF.lt. A Rent,
NrT Haven, Conn,
FRENCH LINE.
Compugula l.encrule Trauantluutlqu.
Direct una to HAV Hli I'AHIH, Frvnca.
Bulling every THUHSDA V, 10 a. m.
From Pier 42, North River,
New York.
I,i Gascpgne April 2
l.n Provence April y
l.:i Lorraine April 18
'La Tourolne April 23
La Snvole April 30
La Provenre ..' May T
Twln-serew ateamera.
Apply to Trench Lire, I State St.. l. T.
or Sweesey & Kelsey, 1,1 Church BU,
Rlshop A Co.. lit Oroige St,
Parish Co tf Orange BL
WEST
Innrs ie Jamalea,
Panama, Spanish
I lI n I IT Q Main, Trinidad.
IINUICO badoea. Wind
Barl
Aindward
lalnniln, eir,. 13 to 83 Uayano to 1240,
Ilustrated booklet on request.
Tagus Mar. 21 I Atrato. ..Arrll It
Magdalcna, Apr. 4 Trent, May 2.
I.iiviirlnna slonnirri of 0.000 tone.
THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET GO.
SAXHRRSON ft BON, 22 State Street
FOSTER DEBEVOISE, Flatlron Bids.
Illshnp A Co., 185' Orange strest,
Sweeney & Kelsey, 102 Church street,
Furniture
MOVING
Piano . . .
STORAGE WAREHOUSE.
Let ub quote rates for jfour
Spring moving or atorage.
The Peck & Bishop Company.
TKLKl'JIOXIS 1201.
WHt )Npw Haven lino
R....J IIU'I UUIUII lalllW
NKW OI1K, TUB
SOI III AND WVAH
etfiMHv' fauks iiiodu( lou.
SI'K A II I.U HK IIAIII) I'I2( K.
Ksoin er lint en Leave Uelle Duck
dally, except Mondays 1:30 a. m.
Krimi rv ork Leave I'ler K.mt
River, near i.'niharlno st 3:3(1 p in. dally,
except Sundays. Tims between Nevv
Haven and New York about live hours.
Tickets and stateroom at Bishop A
f'o. s, 186 Orange street, also at Uelle
Dock and on Steamer,
(I WO. C. HI,ACK, Agent, New Haven.
V. C. Co', 10V, A. tl. r. A., New Vork,
HICMOVAI, MITKK.
beginning Wednesday, April 1,
the New Haven line steamer will ar
rtve at and depart, from Tier 28, Kmt
Ttlver. New Vork, near Catharine street
Instead ot Tier 20, Ean Kiver.
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