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THE MORNING JOUENAL-COUWER. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1008,
DOINGS IN REALTY THANKSGIVING DAY PERSONAL NOTES rt'r t w "r-w m-. 0 nw- TriW t New Haven's VTost Reliable Store Dinner Set Bargain r t "I hot np inv v n i vyxxv i-'W'y wi.xx 1 VJJ r .. Tnesdiy -ill sell a 100 Piece Dinner Set in Amerl c n Porcelain, with delicate pin't and cold decoration ets that are uiually sold at $12,50; fcr just One Haif Frice $6.25 Just think of itl a 100 pc Dinner Set! -56.21- TURKEY PLATTERS Large lize White Turkey Flatters, regular price 50cti. Special Price 29cts A Thanksfllvtng Sale ol Large Savory Roasting Pans The best self-bastine Roastio: Pans made take oae home, use it r;peatedly thtn if not entirely satisfactory, bring it back and we will refund your moaey. Sale Price 98cts Extra size Savory Raasters large enough for two turkeys, just the thine for a large family or boarding house. $1.98 W .IT 'J' UNIVERSAL FOOD CHOPPER' six Food Choppers will cut meat er quickly and easily. Special Frice th regular family vegetable, 85cts MARYLAND RoastingPans Double Roasting Pans, the regular Maryland Roasting Pans, self basting, separate meat rack. Special 39cts Linen Doylies, Nearly Half Price A lot of Linen Doylies, round, tvaland sqm.e, hemstitched scolloped and lace edees, at 8s. 10c and 12cts Each. WORTH NEARLY DOUBLE. Rennaisance Center Pieces 25cts Round and squire, pure Liaea centers, with wide lace bor- 'Ar. worth 33cts. for 25cts Each. End Your Thanksgiving Dinner With A cup of Delicious Coffee Mrs. Rorer aeta her stamp of approval on this method of making coffee we've an expert here this week demonstrating The American Automatic Coffee Filter. The "harm" in coffee drinking is whtn thi beverage is boiled It's a simple affair, this America! Coffee Filter it not only makes Coffee that can't hurt the most highly delicate organiz ation but it MAKES DELICIOUS COFFEE. First One "Appointed" in Con necticut by Notice Issued August 26, 1639. 'RECOMMENDED" IN 1842 Kvrntl'iil Hay Una Reen n KiiiI.y Voveinlier ? mid hs I.Hle lis December 21. A M"'cliil meet Inn f Hi" Coiisum i rs' Ichkmi; will lie held at Mrs. W. A. II I'd in IIIp'c, its lloivo street, on Moti iltiy morning. November so, nt 1 0 : :! 0 o'lim k. depurations for the public tiK'i-tiiiB to lie held In renter church chiipi-l, on Wednesday, December 2, will br completed. The exe eutive committee of tin? league "111 attend the incrting in Hartford mi l-'rldny w hen t In- Child Labor convention will l.o hold. .Mr. W. W. Karnam will speak nt lhln meeting. by The following was pri-pured Churles J. Hundley, formerly slat li brarian, now riari, for Hie bile Henry B. Harrison, when he wan governor and when he was about In Issue a pro clanmllon In ISSo: The first not too of the appointment of a day of Thanksgiving appears mi our records August days In Connecticut under date of lith, m:i!. Undoubtedly such have been annually designated ever since, although t ho fact docs not generally appear on the records after 1716. The Historical society bus a larga number of the printed broadside proclamation, some dating back to Uov. Taleott's time, 1. e., before 1741. and there are some early manuscript ones In the state archives, I'ntll the aboli tion o the October session by the ponstltutlon of 1 s s. the form of the proclamation was approved or agreed upon by both bouses of the assembly, anil such a day was said to he appoint ed "with the advice of the council and at the desire of the representatives." Sueh day was always said to be ap pointed until the. thanksgiving of 1M2, which was recommended by Covernor Cleveland. However he apoplnted the dav of fasting on 1M3. Some have pre tended a scruple as to the right of the rovernor to do nnvtliing more than to recommend das of fasting or thank eivlno- althnuch the word appoint Is that generally used, and that wnleh has the sanction of the statute. The ,l.iv selected has sometimes been a.s earlv as Nov. 5, as In 1T7J. and some lliro-e (is late ns Ie, ember ". as 111 1795, hut for Ihe la.M forty or fifty years lias generally been the last Thursday of November. The proclam ations do not seem to have been sinn ed hv the secretary "Hy his Fxcrllen ev's command" before IT?", ami the first one under the seal of the state was so recent as 1SS7. lie fore is.tt the proclamation ended with a declaration that all servile labor mid vain recrea tion on said day as by law prohibited, and some have found to their cost that the prohibition could h enforced. The law making thanksgiving and fasting dav.s holy time was repealed ill Is. hilt from that time to Hin these do not appear to have been legal holidays, so that notes falling due thereon were payable the day betoie. ' ' ('. .1. M. DISIM TKS ( lit KOI W.t.MT.ST. Properly for I'nlr Haeti Society May be Mutter of foulest. I Application u.is made by the foiir ! teen members of the church lonimlite" i of the Second Congregational church of ! r-nlr Unvotv nott t he I'i I grl 111 chnrell. : ns the commltle existed at of the- death of William H. to have Ijeorge W. Haldwln trustee of tile i state. Hy 111' I the will one-half of the i i estate after the life ns .Mr. and Mrs. A. Maxey Miller of Temple street, have as their guest, Ir. Kdgerl.on Voting, who lectured last evening at. College street hall. Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Canfleld of Kim street, will have Mr, and Mrs. William T. Kinney and son Kdgar, of Slam- ford, for their over Thanksgiving guests. The Queen's laughters will hold their usual Thanksgiving sale of home. made cakes, bread, pies and preserves .1 his afternoon from It to S o'clock at. 1.111 Greene street.. The onmilttee extends a cordial Invitation o all lo visit the sale and obtain their Thanksgiving supplies. Plans for Elegant Cottage Stony Creek for I. H. Os born, of Virginia. in REMODEL POLICE QUARTERS New Anlo (inragc for ('. l Double House for M. K. Augur. Trniilwny Mrs. Williams plans for a for Irving News, Va. Stony stain lugs. & Allen are drawing up beautiful and costly houss II. Usboru of Newport j This house Is to be In Creek ami will have beautiful d wood floors and wainseoiit- The Political Kquallty club will meet In City Mission hall, l-rlday af ternoon nt 3:!!0 o'clock. Miss Alice Ford will speak, her sub.leet being "The ltellglon of the Poet." The girls of the Coreopsis branch, Tribune Sunshine society, will hold a pie sale at the home of Miss Made on Gardner, at 1153 Chapel street, this afternoon. Mince meat pies and other Thanksgiving delicacies will be sold. C. E. Joy Is making plans to re model the, patrolmen's room In police headiUiU'tcrs so that it can lie used for a detective bureau as planned by tliu 'police. C. V. Treadway Is Kolng to erect a framo automobile garage on Autumn street, near .St. Hunan street. This will bo 124 by :0 feet. I union I'.roth cis have been engaged as masons and It. J. llawken as carpenter. Mrs. M. 10, Augur will build a two family house on Kerry street, near Grand avenue. Phillip j-:. Piatt will bo mason and W. K. Cintiss, carpi li ter. There will be six rooms for each family. This will be 34 by 4,j feet. Michael Murphy will build a frame addition to his dwelling at 104 Starr street, near Sliellon avenue. The I laughters of die King of Si. Paul's church gave a supper to the Brotherhood of St. Andrews and tiie K. ( . K. A. at St. Paul's parish honse last evening. It was a very enjoyable affair. The e. James 11. Wolf Per ry, liev. Hubert Hell and Mrs.. Hell, Itev. Kranklln I.. Knight and Mrs. Knight were pffsent. Mr. Perry ex pressed the taanks of the guc.-ls in a vej-y pleasant way. Mrs. lilchar.l Slsk will entertain the Thimble guild of Korbes Memorial c'.iapel at her home in Kalrmount ave nue this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hradley Heeler of Paris, France, are the guests of lr. and Mrs. Itollln McNeil ,.f Hradley street for a few days. I'MVI K DFSSKItT. Caslnio Celglernlo Is to build a brick stable and sh"d at 77 Olive strcer, near Court street. M. V. Hublno Is to be mason and carpi liter. Terence J. Shanley will build a frame shed at 111 Franklin street. Daniel Cremlni Is to be carpenter. CUNARD I CRUIwSES i Via AZORES, MADEIRA, GIBRALTAR, IT I ALV, UL f Offer the unsurpamed in Luxurious and Comfortable Ocean Travel by itl Great 20,000 Ion Steamer "Caronia," Nov. 28 Proceeding Ur ti Fium 1 Caronia," Jan. 7, Mar, ' Carmanla," Jan. 21, Mar. 4 Lirfrit triplfl-icrtw turbine it the world Fe Dfieriftivt Maftr ni Katrvatttmt THE CUNAUD STEAMSHIP CO., LU. w Ynrlc. Botftnn. rhioftfo, Mioneapollg, i niiAtiipDi. m. ixioii, Bun rrnacuco, Torontn, ind Montreal, or Loral Agents filed In The following papers were the office of the town clerk: (Jull latin Deeds. . Crolon Savings liank to Myman W'ltten, Stevens court, land. Charles Stevens to Jlyman Witfen, Stevens court, land. Wnrrnuly Peed. Myman Wltt-n to the Seamless Rub ber Co., Stevens court, land. Miniature Turkey lone t'loxrrly llollcloin len ( renmi. In the time Shlpman appointed terms of sldlie of the of I be widow of the deceased was to go to the I It grim church and the fourteen members of the church committee were named as trustees In the will. They decline to serve and ask the appointment of Air. Paldw in. There is likely to he n contest III 111 estate as Miss Augusta Foote, an heir at law, disputes the right of th" church to the property on the ground that the church Is different from wl a; It was nt the time of the benncst. Tb" 'church members content that the church Is the same desplt- the fact thai ! the name has been changed. The np. I plication will come up for benrlns In the probate court mi November HO. STEAM HEATING. Wc arc equipped to install Steam, Hot Water or Hot Air HEATERS Offices or Dwellings, witn tun guarantees. For Stores, BEFOIIE IHXIllING CAM- AM) PEE OVK EXHIBITION. I THE CUE & COLEMAN CO,, 970 Chapel St. j f 4.4.4.W-M-4- I I I I H I t I I M- HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Opposite Cirand Central Station NEW YORK CITY. KOOMft SI DAY anil UPWAKDK ttllKKHge 10 tlon free. Order Your Thanksgiving Dzssert. Have These Minia'urc Turkeys Done in Our j Delicious Ice Cream. Makers of Peerless Frozen Drnserts. Puddings, Mousses and Frappes. Now thai the Matrls-Hart Co, has moved Into large iuarters these mak ers of pure frozen desserts are In a po sition to better Bifommoilate their constantly Increasing business. The firm bad unite outgrown It.s old quar ters on Commerce street so when th' premises at bin Commerce street were vacant they leased the larger place at once. In the new quarters the Harris Hart Co. has ample space for Its mod ern machinery and Is better equipped than eier for making not only the or dinary but the unusual frozen confec tions' which they know so well how to do. Mr. Camllle Lemonen, the head chef for the Harris-Mart Co, Is one of the best chefs 111 the routitry In his par tlculnr subject. He has all the skill of his crnft having lenrned the rudi ments of his profession, for It Is liter ally a profession, the making of these wonderful desserts; he learned the art In the house of one of the greatest con fectioners In F.urope, a Swls. For Thanksgiving the Harris-Ha rt Co. Is sending their desserts all over the country. A feature or ineir riiankg!vtng output will be miniature turkeys done cleverly In Ices ann ice team. Although the firm has chang ed Its quarters the teiepnoiie numocr Is (be same. 774 Incidentally It Is Interesting to note Hint the Mari Ls-Mnrt Co. owns ine oniy genuine French Ice cream mnehine In New Haven. It Is n simple affair, this machine, but It makes wonderful Ice cream. Mortgage Dceifi. P.ohert l.ightbourne to Mary S. Piatt, Chapel street, r,(l feet; fii.non. Elizabeth A. nidley to Went worth M Allen, Whnlley avenue, ,50 feet; $1,600. HAMBURG-AMERICAN ITALY 2? 24 I.oniliiii 1'iirls llamliurg Amerikn. . . .Nov. "H Batavla, .Nov. To Hamburg direct. l.lhrnMHi' .nplr i.enun P. Lincoln .Nov. Moltke. Dec. 8. Hamburg, Jan. S. Di'iiIi-i IiIiiikI to llnly Feb. fl. Ofllce. XTt II vny. S. V.. or i,r 'opal sgl, Svvefzey & Kelsey, 102 .Church, St. Jas. II. Parish i Co.. 86 Orange St. Jew York Atew Haven & Hariford Railroad, OCTOBER 2fl. 100". x5:6S. 12:03, 5:01, 9:01. x7:5i, 3:51. 9:01, 116:42, , m 7:05 12:35, -2:20. '112:42. p. m. 2:68, JUSTRO-AWIERICAN LINF From ev V"rk to nnlcn nnil Trlente SnliliigN eilniMlii j mill MOXTIII. .SAII.IMiS TO (.KKKCF:. TWIN SCKKW S. S. MARTHA WASH. JNCTON. AMCK, J.ACItA, ARGEN TINA. OCKANIA. For Further information Apply to Nearest Agency or PIIF.I.rS IIIIOS. A. CO., Cenernl Agents, Whitehall Hulbltug, N. V. City. For New York 4:15, '4:45, 8:00, xS:10, '9:35, 1.):39 a. in., 1:1S, 1:23, 2:01, 3:51, 4:18, B:;i, 'BMO, '7:03, '7:60, 8:18, p. ni. Sundays "4:16, '4:45, "9:35, a. m., x!2:00, 1:66, "2:01, 6:01, X6I1J, 'B:40, '7:03, '7:50, p. m. For Mashlnglon via Harlem River 1:00 p. m n:00, night, dally. I i,r Doeton via Iltfil. and Willi. 10:03 a. m., '4:03 p. in. For IIomIod Tin Provldence- 2:51, 7:47. !11:42, a. m., '12:05, 2:58, 4:20, 4:55, Sun 2:20, 2:61, a 4:65. 7:06 p. m. Fr Iteslon via 11:15 a. m., '1:47, 1:10 a. m.. 1:47. i For Hartford, Springfield x4 :00. 7:45, a. in., xl:0),. x5:00, x8:10 p. m. Sun. x9:05, a. ni. ; x8:IO, x9:20 p. m. For Willlmnnlle 7:35 a. m., 12:58, 6:17 p. ni. Sun. 7:20 p. m. For Mhrlburne Fnll 7:44 a. m 12:2 J (to New Hartford), 4:01, 0:00 p. m. (to Wflstfield). For Wliinled 6:48. (via Nsugatuck June), 9:32 a. m., 2:35, 6:45, 7:40 p. m. Snu. 8:25 a. m 6:45 p. in. For riltsflrld, Etc aSiTifi, 9:"t, a. m 4:15 p. m. Sun, a7:o2 a. ni. For Mlclifleld 9:33 a. in., 4:15 p. m. Sun. a7:52 a. m. . a Via Bridgeport Express trains, x Local express. Parlor car limited, a Saturdays. Springfield 1:10, 5:44 p. in. Sun. :4I p. in. Probate Heed. F.state of William Kaehrle to VH Ham R, Kaehrb' Sophie Kaehrb', feet. Alfred Kaehrle and Florence street, tl'.i AttTM'lllllCllt. Ren. Minerman and Israel Cohen against Adolpb and Anionic Kallanda, Turnpike road, land for $ nnil from sl Knn'l 2-cent siHnip fer j"J (iiililftiook nnil Mnp- NEW (.Mi', mrtH' DUKANT HOTEL. and WliUiiiR hirecw. Rooms voc, $1. Meals 35c. Newly-furnished, up to date throughout, tliiis. K. Hiihli. 1'roP. Icl. 20S5. ROOKY TOP, MT. CAEMEL, si4;riAi. mfnt 111 MS;l VIMi lAV, Tliui'Hlny. ember 20. Tel 5273-12. Mrs. A. Wldman. ,Maeadami.i"l nut" road to top. HAWDY'S New Davennott Hotel Mn.llliei ( 'oii liin;i I ion lo't.M Men's Inn H". A ! i -Mrt. p ni Anisi Kiiropean Flan. ueaKlasI I'u-iiiie Busl- j, ne, innner at nigni service all day until !2 In, Prof. Srdvakowsk! pvnniuus. V oiir incronagB id xoulusu. 151 TO 16f. CHUKCH STKEKT. hi.;.stalra T. Luncheon. Il':30 unt" 2 o'elook. OKCHP.SIH iRVRNINQI, fiervle a la Carta. LOUIS METZOEl CATKR1KQ CO. New Tontine Hotel Our 50o, HuslneHS Men's I.unch In cludos Helir.li, Soup, Fish, Entrea, Honst, Vegetables Salads In Seison, Uaaaort and Tea, Coffee or Milk. fhere'H none better In New Haven. Served from 12 m to 2 p. m. GEO. T. WHITE. Prop. Hotel Garde Opposite Union Depot, NEW HAVEN, COXN. Connecticut's Largest Hotel. Dinner 12-2:15. 50 Cents. THE HARRIS HART CO. Order Early. Call 774. mm u.A" .--irjirj''i'...' t JEWELERS. COFFEE PERCOLATORS, In cither solid copper or nickel plntc, S5.00 In thin you enn always hnvo the de licious, wholesome distilled coffee of ;t ncvcr-vnr.ylng; qunllly, Around Porto jRfco A delightful three weeks' cruise from New York to and around the Island of Rorto Rico, stopping at all Interesting; points. Luxurious steamers furnlah ho tel accommodations for entire trip. Special tourist rate, which includes every expense, 1140. Write for Illus trated booklet, sailings, etc., to The New York and Porto Rico Stramnhla Co, 12 Rroadway, N. Y., or Sweeney ft Kelsey, 102 Church street, New Haven. res chapcl STRirT. new haven, on When Ifoii Buy S Iverware. You wnnt the best and most service, nblc your money "ill buy. You ar assured of acttinit t lint kind liero. Wo enn sell yon solid silver of new put terns or (lie wnre which look like wears well. in n Mirlcly best phttcd Sterling mid imoVK OYF.H MW IMlblllAl, Adam Unotskl, a lira n ford Polish fanner, came to town yesteruay ami alteinpted to drive his farm vviikoii over the newly laid section of th" Clin pel street pavement, which is coo ed to (raffle. I!" Insisted on rlrivinR over It. and anyone vv.'io tried I i Inter fere with blip so he was placed und-r arrest by Patrolman Murray on elunfce.s of drunkenness and Prearn oi the peace. Both Neccsoiry fcr th MM Allies DR. FKED WALLACE lll'A TIST. OfMce Honrs. V-t'l v. in. I 8-3. l. Mnmln.vK. f n. m..-l p. i. Formerly of 21 Cnllejre Street, on 1,icn(e, n) 928 CHAPEL STREET I'm tier of Temple Street. rti;pAiuii doxk. St. Lawrence's New KILL'S HOMESTEAD. Formerly Qulnnlp!ao-Ansautaw TELEFHONE 9304-2. BOSTON. When You Visit Boston Check trunks to Hack Hay Station, leave the train 1 here, and a two-minute walk brings yon to Hotel Nottingham Overlooking beautiful Copley Square. Give checks to our Clerk upon reBis terlng. and your lUKKage will be de livered KH10K. European plan; fireproof, near bus iness, shopping and amusement dis tricts; first-class In every respect. IKAXtiis UUWL, Mer. $33s Marine Recnrr: 2R pout ik yvn im I'-v. rrlveil: Seiiooner KUa. from Prm '. ilrnei. Tuir .lames MeWilllams, with thre harces from New York. I.FAF.IIU. MHIMMi Nir.W. ii.iui inliull. Nov. 23. -Passed: Steam er Prctorlan Montreal for (llasKovv. ii.nniV Vov. 23. Arrived: Str lv nisei- Wllhelni der Crosse. New York i.i- itreoii-ii tanrl ti roeeerl ed 1 . l.eiolon. Nov. 2:1.-Arrived: Steamer Minnehaha, New York. v,.- VmU Nov. 23.-Arrived: Sir vi'nnu Anislerdani. Rotterdam and tin 1 1 ri d 11 o ChrlHtlansand, Nov. 22.- Arrived: tftr. foiled States, New York for t'open- llapfen, pivnionili. Nov. 23. Arrived: Steam er ivab-er Wllllaln rier Crosse, Nevv V'nrk fur I 'lierbourir and Bremen (Slid i.i-oi-endpil 1. I'lH-rhniiris. Nov. 21. Sailed: Steamer Vnw Voi-U. New York. Aniu-r-i-n Nov. 22. Arrived: Steamev l.'lnlii nil. New York, iie.ioi, Nov. 22. -Arrived: Sieamer Woenlitill l.ulse, New York via Naples, Ili-omen. Nov. 21. Halted: Steamer Mh In. Nevv York. I. Iveri.mil. Nov. 23. -Arrived: Steam er Canada. Montreal. Selllv, Nov. 23. - Passed: Strainer Maniuetle, Pblladelphla for London and A nt were. Cenoa. Nov. 20-Anil ed: Steamer Inica di Cenova, New York via Na n Irs. 1 1 n i f . Nov. 51. Arrived: Steamer Kloi-lde. New Hiieans. l.lveniool. Nov. 23. -Arrived: Sleani- ers Arabic, New York via (Jneenst own CeslilHii, New (Irlraiis. Naples, Nov. III. -Hailed. steamer Yencxla. New York, HouloRiie, Nov. 21. -Sailed; Sterner nyndain, New York. W. I,IIMHI WHIF, NO'lKf. Nevv London. Nov. 23.-Arrived: Sdi. Itnhei.-ep. C, Whilldin. New Yolk for St on In art ii. Me. Salleu: 'I'll t? Frederick K. her-, With two barge bound west. It SOR.OSIS SHOE CO. Shoes and Slippers in any city Call at our rtore and I, am about this plan. Cut Glass You are invited to visit our establishment and inspect our stock of Cut Glass, A call in curs no obligation to buy. WATER JUGS, WHISKEY JUGS, SALAD BOWLS, CELEB.Y DISHES, SHERRY GLASSES, CARAFES, . NAPPIES, PUNCH BOWLS, DECANTERS, - WINE GLASSES, BERRY BOWLS, , SANDWICH PLATES. Monson's Jewelry Store. 357-859 Chapel St. 1 M .Now Havon I inp y nun ouiuii kaiiiu mm matin rein NEW YOltK, THB runs 814 CHAPEL JVH ft . Do you know that throughout NEW ENGLAND are the most accessive and attractive localities for these ONE OR TWO-DAY TRIPS? You may go by rail or boat and the trip may be rounded out by trolley t rides, or innumerable drives. f Why not get ready and plan one and t see for yourself HOW ATTRACTIVE THIS SECTION f ! NEW YORK, NEW HAYEN & HARTFORD R, R, T ? $4.$q.$4 SOUTH AND WKST FARES REDUCED. tuirn ul ll Am PECK. From New Hnven Leave Bell Docll rtallv exeept Mondays, 1:30 a. m, Kr...i. eW Yrkl,eve Pier 28, EaBl River, neHi' L'iillierlne nt,, 3:00 p. m. dully exeejit Suiidn.vH. Time between Xpw HH.vrn mid New York about flv hours. . , . . Tickets and stateroom at ninnop Co.e, 186 Orange street, also at Belli Ueilf aj?d er Steamer. QKO. C. BLACK, ARent, New Haven. F. C..COLET. A. Q. P. A.. New York, FRENCH LINE. Ulrect Una to HAVRE PAKIS, 'rno. . Balling every THURSDAY, 10 a. m. II Xrom I'ier 2, Nortn Kivor, y New Tork. 'is, t-rovence .,nov, k 'La Lorrnlne .Dec. 3 'La Totiralne Dec. 1J La Bretugne Dec. 17 La Provence Doc. 24 La Ijorralne Dec. 31 Twln-crew steamer. XI'Kt'lAX DEPARTURE Nevv Twin Screw S. H. "Chleniro," De tenilier 12, noon, from Pier 84 N. RH foot W. 44th st. General Acn'r, 10 State Street, N. Y, Al'l'ly to French Line, 19 State St., N. T. or Sweezny & Kelsey, 102 Church SU Bishop A. Co., 1811 Orange St -Parish ft Co.. 3 Orange St j 2 CRUISES TO THE UTpPT Venezuela, VY L J 1 Spanish INDIES pana Canal. Twln-Scrow CriilHlnR S. S, OCEANA (January 23, Lonvea x. v. February 27. L'O years' experience In arranging and eonduetlnir cruises ensures efficient management. 30 Days Cost $150 and up. Sen,) for nevv illnotrated hook de- scrlliing ihese and other cruises to th Ol'lenl, Mi'dlterranean, ete. Hamburg-American Line 11-15 UltOADWA V, . Y. Svveezey Kelsey, 102 Cliureh St.; ,Ta. II. Parish Co., 8(1 Orange at. Starin's N. Y. & N. H. Line. DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY. PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SKRVICB Leave New Haven 9.00 p. m btarla Pier, foot of Brown Street Levi New York 9:00 p. m., Cortlandt Btreat, Pier No. 18, N. R. Fare 75c excuraloB tltikots $1.25. Rooms tk Tika Chap 1 Street cars to Brewery street C. H. FISHER. Aent, Haw Haven, Cobb BISHOP AND COMPANY, Railroad and Steamship Ticket Office, 185 ORAMifC STRKET. Tickets to .Sotitlicrn Points bj t'onslvliO , Steamers, Including Old Dominion, Clyde, Savuniitth, Mallory, Wnrtl, Soul hern Pnclllc, oto. State rooma rchorvcd nud iiikk'K! chucked from residence. Direct AgeiilM for KuropcHil Mnes, I'unhiibcs to mid from the Old Country. BISHOP AND COMPANY, I fciiUIut tion guaranteed.