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THE MORNING JOURNAL-OOURIES, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1908.
11 m Holiday Sorosis Are Acceptable For SgHY NOT ENHANCE the joys lUfi Christmas-tide with gifts of .Sorosis Shoes? What article could be more appropriate or acceptable ? The Sorosis Certificate Plan is a capital & idea for making presents of Sorosis Shoes to dear ones at home, without the difficulty selecting for another. Sorosis Shoe 814 Chape! St. 'zrris. t WITHOUT !KA BOX ; r OF CANOSES Would be ImpossiEe Place your Orders now AT THE HUYLER'S STORE 914 Chapel St. A Wnternmn or fi. S. Parker SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN Make n useful nntl tiocoptnlile Christ urns ilft. l et ns explain ttielr merits. C. M. PAKKKH. 810-A (Impel Street. One flight lip. Ashes Rsmoved at Short Notice. General Cart m Dine. tub nkw frnvicr.. snml fr Slilownlkn for Siile. r K. SWAN. Tfl 800-8. t58 Orchard St. lluve Yon Tried KOLESAVER It Cuts Your 'onl onMlinptloii One-Tlilrd to Oiie-Mnlf. Xo ('linkers. No Smoke, No Conl (ins. A 10-eent Trial PekafH Proves It. KOLESA VER fiT ORANOK THKKT, New Ilnven, Conn. ask yock ;ro(t.r rou it. Tha Continental Automobile Manf g Co. 121 Olive Street.. W. F. Gilbert & Co. (Incorporated) 65 Church St. Opp. P. 0. Gifts Shoes and Sensible or m other cities, and uncertainty of . Company New Haven, Conn. A-ygs jFzi &rs Marine Rconrr, I'OHT OF M,V llr. Arrived: Tug Mauler, with six barges from New London; lug- Minnie, with six barges from Xi'iv Ixindnn; tugs Ives and ! ftesnlute. with thirteen barges from New London; schooner Fred Snow, from Providence. Hailed: Kluyola. ( Hrit ish .1, fur Now York; tug Hut tier, with six barges, fur Now York, tut; Minnie, with six lin rn'S, for New York; iiiks lvos mid Resolute, Willi fourteen baryos for New York; tug Zuave, with tli roe barge for Now York. .r,M:ni, MiitrriNf; m-,vs. Browliend. Hoc 2". Signalled: Btr. Statendnm, New York for Rotterdam. Smithfi ttipton. lee. 23. Arrived: Sir. Oceanic, Now York. Sailed: Steamer Mlnnetonka, New York. Liverpool, Hoc. S3. Sailed: Steamer Cedrio, New York. Now York. liee. 23. Arrived: Steam ers Liilslaiui, Naples; KronnUiml, Ant werp. Sailed: Sterner Cumpnnlii, Liverpool: Teiilonie, Southampton; Vnderbui'1, Ant worp. Napbs. ro.-. Z". -Palled : Steamer Oaronla, New York. Sagros. I lee, '':.'. Passed: Steamer Oceania, Ni w York for Naples. Venice, ete. Ahi.vcrp. liee. ?,. -Arrived: Steamer flolhlatid, Philadelphia. Nnpl.s, Pee. 23. Arrived: Steamer N"iM America, New York. ihs. s.vciirs iv; or ;oti. Arrives (it Central Park Willi $1,05 for (H) Kniployes. N'4'W York, liee, 2:!.-The pnrk eotn inlMsloiier, Henry Smith, when lie ar rived t the Arsenal in Central Park this momliiK, fmind a messeiiKer wait lug for hlin. In a fmmll hai;, the man had Sl.M.j In sold, the Christmas pres ent of Mrs. Hiism:II S.'iB"' to 3M em ployes In Ihe Park. Mst year, Mrs. Snn madn a similar .present. The money Is Riven to all em ployes who rereive Jit or less a day. Knell mini Is Riven a $: gold pier The money will lie distributed to the men tomorrow. IS IT ENJOYABLE? Il yin like see other people vvlih defective eehf !)' you not tlilnk nttier would lie ni illHtrensed If yntiK were thnt wis f Now dnn't let them n'i beyond the help of n itood dentist. If one tit your teeth Is mlsxlniji hnvc tis bridge the npnoe with one thnt Is the smiie color, slmpe nnd size of the nnlurnl on. PHIIA DENTAL ROOMS 781 CHAPEL ST. PRIZE WINNER. If you wnnl n prlp winner then bnj a Continental Automobile. This ear holds tlie sliver nip Tor first prize. In Hie l.nno.nillo scnted-linnnot contest pir fpeed nnd do-ablllty. Tim Contl iicntiil ear Is recognized ns one of tlio emit mieeessriil inucliines In tlio coun try. If you vvnnt one leave your order nt (nice orders require at leust sis weeks to fill. We would be pleased to Clve dciiioiislratloii nil) time. Phone 6232-2. PRODUCES Heat PRODUCES Few Ashes PRODUCES Results PRODUCES Satisfaction YvlS m H 70. 0 Selection of His Staff Not an Easy Matter Friend Tells Something' of the Job. CASE OF YOUNG ROOSEVELT Intimation Thnt Hie President, Is Well Pleased That Ills Son Was I'llOSOIl, A Watei'bury speeial to the Hart ford Times last niK'lit follows: If you could induce ( lovernor-eleet Ijllley to toll about, the hard trial he had in scciirins bis military stall, It would be one of the most Interesting stories In which be bus been the cen tral IlKiire since lie became, prominent In fonnoctlciit polities. Hut Mr. 1,11 loy will not talk for publication on this matter, considering the Incident closed now that be has bis staff se lected and In Rnnd workltiK order, and the peopiu of the state will have to ro shy on . an ItiterestlPK yarn except what has been heard In piecemeal from Mr. Ulloy's Intimate friends who know of the loiiRh tl mo be hail to get his staff. "Soy," said the Kovernor-rleet ns he laughingly alluded to some of the throw-downs he Rot from those who did not csre for staff appointments, "do you know, would you believe me, that RettltiK that military staff, pick ing those men nut, was one of the hardest Jobs I have ever run up against." That Is what he said to n close friend on this subject. And that friend In tellliiR about Fonie of the governor's experiences said to The Tnies representative: "T should JihIro by what T have heard on this topic that Mr. I.l'.ley bad the time of bis life In (Tettinir nu n to take those stuff positions. You see It Isn't every fellow who wants to blow In sometblllK like $1.0110 for a uniform and the other expenses Inci dental to an appointment of this na ture and It Is a pretty expensive ap pointment takhiK all tblns Into con sideration. Thrt Rovernor wanted men of military experience If he could Ret them and you couldn't blame him for that. "I know, for biPtanee, thnt he tried to get one or two men In the Gov ernor's Horse Hoards In New Haven to accept stalT appointments, but II was no use. It was the same case riu-lit here In bis own city, tine of the bin military men of this town, who was asl.od to ko on the staff, de clined, saving: 'If 1 am polnpr to do military work I want work and not military display which consists In simply standing around and looking your prettiest.' "All the same the coveinor has se cured a fine lot of men for bis stall'. They are not all military men. 'if course it Is lareely a social affair, and the up n be lias s. b i t. d have pb nly of time to do the social act all rii?ht. Th'-re has 1 i some adverse criti cism for Mr. l.lll'V for select rmr yOUUg KooseVelt. 1 pilrSli till SO hasty erlllcs of Mr. I.llby if tby knew all the facts b-ading up to this appointm'tit. would wl'hdraw the criticism anil under the circiim slutu i s have nothing but words of eoriini' ndatlon for the governor-elect i for vh:it he has done. And I guess I if the entire story wna known It would be to I lie effect thnt the dls tl.irailshod fade r of this joung man would be oX'-oedirigly pleased If the HAD HIS TROUBLE Senator Knox, New Secretary of State; Mrs. Knox and Their Country Home fc 7 " tti lv tittJ v hi 1 -7 K m T,n' f fe'H' f wfikm I was made attorney general by Mr. Mc- Kinle.i mi April II, liml. and reinnine,! in the cabinet under Mr. .linosowdt until .Inue, HUM, when ho resigned to aeeepi Ihe vacancy in Hp. Fniteil Slates mo nil to caused by the death nf Senator ijun . Mr. Knox was elected to the senate J mi miry, llltlii, for the I erru idnlliiK March I!, lull, The fact that, he Is lo lev., the s.uinte for tho 'ubiiicl has alr. ad ciniscd Hclivltv a niong senatorial aidi'uuts In Pennsylv nnla. Among those who are talked of as oninlidal's for Senator Knox's tot; a, are ijoofge T. 'diver, millionaire Iron nuinul'aeturer and newspaper pph- Usher; IhnryC Friek. H -go .', Tin IT, John Hnlzell, Joseph V. Thomson, Judyc John .('. Klkin and .Martin R. olniKlcuil. Tin ui'i'iiaipiinylliK eut en ntuina a pholoprnph of the, Knox country homo at historic. Valley Furo, giveiiior-elect could Induce his sen to lake a, staff appointment. I am satls Ib'il that President Jtoosevelt Is very well pleased that bis son Is on the governor's staff, and that Hie appoint ment was Just, the thing, to help build up the young man In Connecticut, so to spiiik. This Is oiiM of Ihe chan nels by which he will meet some of I tie most prominent business men of t 'onnectlcut. find It will be a gixnl thing for the young fellow. "Hut anyone who Ihlnks It. Is an easy thing to get up a governor's mil itary staff should aak Mr. l.illey to tell him about his troubles. lie will very quickly dissipate the notion that, thorn are hundreds of desirable citi zens slaying up nights planning how to land one of these prizes." of course Hie Times correspondent was misinformed w hen he said "Horse Cuards." There are now horse guards here now. The Koot (iuiirds are the whole thing find rightly so many believe. STATE FINES AND OUSTS OIL TRUST Missouri Bars Main Company and Two Subsidiaries, and Fines Them Each $50,000. ENDS ILLEGAL COMBINE I'liiiiiiiiions Division Most Sweeping in Its Scope nnd Mkcly to Affect. Similar Sulls risevvlicre. .Tefferson City, Mo., Pee. 23.-- De claring to day that the Standard Oil company of Indiana, the Republic OH company of Ohio, and the U'nters Pl' iee (111 cninpany of Missouri, con spired and combined to monopolize the oil business In Missouri, the slate supremo court Issued a decree, ousting nil throe corporations from the com monwealth and fining them $ ",0.000 each. The decree against ' the W'aters Plereo company Is tempered by the proviso that It may conllnno In busi ness If, by March 1. 1!00, It can show to the court that it has taken steps to operate us an Independent concern and has satisfied the Judg ment against it. The ether enmpnn bs ore given until March 1, l!n!l, to wind up their affairs In the state. The decision which was unanimous on the 'part of the seven Judges, Is so sweeping that Attorney General llad ley and HoVernor Volk hall It ns the end of alb (tod Illegal commercial com bination In Missouri and the former asserts that, In conjunction with the decision of the supreme court of the I'nited States In the so-called tobacco trust case, It will affect similar suits in other slates. Attorin y-'b in ral Hartley, who has prosecuted (he Missouri case since Its lrioiption In March, 1 9 0 r. , will become governor in less than a month and th. n '.vll! ! charged with the en',.ce. mcnt of the decree Issued to-day. In coming to Its decision the court says: "If such abuses as those complained of are permitted to continue untrum nielod It will be only a ciuestion of time until they would snp the strength and patriotism from the very foundations of our government, over turn the republic, destroy our free liistltutlohs nnd substitute In lleii thereof some other form of govern ment," The principal Indictments against the companies nro: "That they have created, and be come members uf, a. pool, trust agree ment, confederation, combination, ar rangement and understanding among themselves for the following purposes: "First, to regulate, tlx and control the prices to lie paid by retailers nnd others In Hie stale of Missouri for tlio refined products of petroleum sold and ollerod lor sale In Ihls slate. "Second, to control and limit the triulo in ri'tlned products of petroleum In this utulc. "Third, to control, limit and prevent compel H Ion In the liustnens of buying and selling retbied products of petrol eum In this mate between themselves nnd others engaged in llko business; a lid "Fourth, to mislead the public Into Ihe belief thai they were sepuriite and distinct corporations, and pursuing an Independent business as legitimate) com lielilors In the purchase and sulu of the products of petroleum." In explaining how these wrongful acts wore consummated, Ilia decision says: "i'rloes for the products of petroleum especially relined oils,, lllumliirtthifr and gasoline, arw Mxod by the Waters I'lerco cninpany. It sends out to the triub eiird quotations, giving lank wagon and barrel prices, "As a rule these prices nre followed by those of ntlior oil companies, Includ ing the, Independent companies doing business in this stnte. As long as the Independent oonipfi tiles do not reduce prios or Increase the) aggregate, anion n t of their sales above 10 to IB per cent, of the amount of tho sales made In the stale, there Is no war made upon them regarding prices. Hut whenever an In dependent company reduces prices be low those llxed by Wn tors- I'leree, or whenever their aggregate sales exceed 1!'. per cent, of all sales made In the stale a vigorous warfare Is waged againsl tliein, eliletly through the Ke publle company, by means of an elabor ate system of espionage In their busi ness and cutting prices, or giving re. betes, until the independents are glnd to throw up their hands and say 'enough' and he content to sell oil at tiio prices find In the qua til Ities , pre scribed by tlio Waters-Pleree company, nad aooulcsoed In by the Indiana and licpublln companies. ENTERTAINS AGENTS , Rcprescntii lives of Telephone Company from All Over Stnte Guesls. The Southern New England Tele phone company yesterday noon enter tained Its agents In various parts of the stale at luncheon at the Tonilne ho tel. There were thirty-five present In nil, Including besides the agents the wire chief, the assistant wire chief and several other offleern. After the luncheon n eonfnrenco was held nt tho tolephone building mi Conn street and business matters were dis cussed. UiId In the sfternonn the agec.ls left for their homos. Among those present were: Urorge C. Klrkham, Oenrgo K. rtetts of lirldgcpnrl, Knior A. Smith of Hart ford, li.ilph ;. Car tli of Hrlslol, f. . l'ar.leo of Panhury, Ernest, I Slnionds of Stamford, M. II. Nutting of Soiilh Norvvalk, VV. W. Knight of Norwich, !:. ('. Ford of New Lend N. S. White of Now Haven. II. II. Cray of New HrlUln. II. T. Spauldlng of Middletown. W. F. Harper of Merlden, (loorge C Ulslng of Kntlehl. ,1. p. -,.t,i of 'a b rbnry, 12. J. Hunt of VVIIllniantle and Furl H. Ilotehklss of Wlnslcd. HAMDEN DIVISION t Petition Filed Yesterdny With Secre tary of State. A petition to the general assembly for the division of the town of Ibinideii was tiled yesterday In Ihe ntllce nf the secretary of state at Hartford. The pe tition asks thnt that portion of the town lying sou'h of a line commencing at the boundary line of Hainden find U'ood'nrldgo at (,e top of West Rock, running easterly to Treaihvell street, thence easterly to Whitney nvcauo and ihoi to ijnhwilplac river he sot off mid leaden part of the etty and town of New Haven. The signers are V. F. Powus. fieorge w. Ives. Alfred K. Ives, .1 K. Scott, d S. Iteiilinm. Itoliert H Nesldt, Frank It. F.abhvln, M. K. Cliat licid and H. 10. Lynch. "And nnw," snnl Ihe op family friend to Ihe Vassar graduate, "since you loin won j our It. A., I suppose you arc v.orllng for your M. A." 'oh! No, Indeed," she replied with engaging frankness. "I a in working now for M. It. S." New York Times. Senator I'bllander chase Knox of -etinsyh:illla. who has accepted ie ollloe of secretary of state to succeed Kllliu Knot In the Ta ft cabinet, was born in Ilrow usvlllo. pa., on Mav . is.i.i, and was irraduated from .Mount l n i i tn college. Alliance. (I.. In 1 ST:', lie engaged in the pra,-tce of law In InTII mid Soon been me "tie of the most dlstliiKUlshed and sneceysi'nl practi tioners at the riuinsvlvMnla l.mr. He TRAVELERS' GUIDE. .M..,.j.,j..j.j..fr,fr.jH'W To Quebec I Through Sleeping Car Service Historic, old Quebec there Is a fusclnntlon about the Deautj nnd qiiiilntncss of tills ancient capital that Is Indescribable. Here you may revel In nil nianiier of winter sports the most cxlillnratimj piistinies. Society is now HHseinbl;d nt the capital, and the winter season will be exceptionally brilliant. Leov New Haven dally, except Sunday, at 5:4 p. in. You arrive at Levis, opposite Quebec, at 1:00 p. m. next day. On .Saturdays the sleeping car goni only to Newport, Vt. South-bound, you leave Levis at 2:50 p. in. dally, except Sunday. If you're thinking or roIiir, we'd be glad to help you plnn yonr trip. Write A. II. SMITH, (i. P. A., Room 140, New Haven, Conn, linm vnnw iinur nurmi o. IT I TirrrADrv D D flA it nun imK hah rmvmi EGYPT "'ORIENT North jo-chini Call. No w t'p Writs lor OEXRICHS Lloyd Holy Land I " Swcesscy & Kelsny, 102 Church St.; 'A The Hamburg-American Line's well-known cruising steamer will again make a cruise to Spain, the Mediterranean, and the Orient. LttviiNtw York, Jan. 28,1909 UB4TI0N, It BITS COST. MOO UPWARDS 20fh Annual Orient Cruise Alto other Cruises to the Test Indlci, etc. Tours in Eippi end the Holy Lend. Send for Ntm llltttrattd Booklet namburgAmeric2n Line l-5 Broadway, Now Vork fiweezey & Kelsey, 102 Church St.; Jas. II, Parish A Co., Sii tiranRo st. FRENCH LINE. CKiupitai'lB (eurul 'lr.iBaailmii.ua, Direct Una to HA V'Kli- f AUJ.B, t'ranos. eallhifc every THURSDAY, 10 a. m. From Pier 42, North Rlvrtr, Now Tork. I,a Provence Doc. 24 Lu Uuialne Pec. 31 'La Touralnn Jan. 7 I,a HretaKne Jan. 14 Ui Savole Jan. 21 Iji Lorraine Ian. 'Twin-screw stenmera. Oarrnl Anency, 10 State Strret, N. Y, Apply to French Line. 19 Statu St., N. T. or Sweeaey & Kelsey. 102 Church St, Bishop Co., J8H Oranpe ft. Parish St Co.. 3 Ornnc St. AUSTRO-AMERICAN LINP l MICIHTFRn M!"V, APRItTIO From New York to .Naples nnd Trieste MiilliiKs Wedni'Hiliiy mid MtOTllI.i HAtl.lMiS IO tiltF.I'iCK. TWIN HCUKVV rt. S. MAKT1IA WASH INGTON, AUCK, HAl'ltA, ARGF.N TINA. iiCFANIA. For Further Information Apply to Nearest Ai?ency or I'lIKM' IHION. . CO., (ienernl Aen(s, Whitehall Building, N. Y. City. Around A delightful three weeks- criilso from , New York to and around the Island of ; Porto Hlco, stopping at all Interesting 1 points. I, uxorious steamers furnish lm. tel neconiniortatlons for entire trip. I Hpeelnl tourist rate, which Include , every expense, $140. Write for 111ns- trnted booklet, railings, etc., lo The Xeiv v,,rU nod I'nrlo II lm Sieimislilo ; Co., 12 Uroaiway, N. Y., or Sweezoy A Kelsey. 102 Church street. New Haven Good Ooai, and Clean, Full; Weight, and Lowest Market! Price. We are pleasing others 1 we will Lry and please you, Telephone 3412. Our Business. VK KKII. I'lecirie mo nrs, (ytiiinn, In nips, wire, elcetrlcul Mipplii.'.s of nil II nils. VK M.AKK Kwlicliboiinls, panel hoards, clecttdi; slns, spcchil eleclricul devlees, K I ST A f ,1, complete lilillny anil power plmits, l'rclftiit cli vai.jrs, sler- hiiltei'ies, telcpluiiics uiul siiimiue' svstcins. ! V. lU V.Wn clerli lral nppiinuim ol all klndM mill I'liiilraet to liispcct mill niniiiliilii -ucli iippnratiis lor fl.vcil ein is per month or nor ',eiir. I'll n wt: serve yon In any w;ij ? The Pisrson S Dean Co, Ti'ii riiox;' 1 1.-,-. is. Ill Online htn;:t. New llavjii. Cu'ie 3D 13. CTJ.1.XXZXJ. Hypeibui stnldes, Opposite Vanderbilt Hall, COACH, CCUPE m LIVERY SETHE. AUTOMOBILE ATTCMlJOM. I0.1H (Tuipid Mlieet. 'Plinni; 101(1. The Celtlr, which In ,i t.ille -uppllos nnd gil ls to (It, i In, i lleshlp le,., n lirooklyn navy yard, ami will nut. have until early In January, LTK1? Folio pf m m vsm til 444 CMm AVE J a njuurviu a, n. w, ( m pow of 5. S. " Grosser extras enotpt ... Kurfiiemt" Booklet, & CO. Leave NEvJ YORK Feb. 11, 1909 I Mediterranean M. Zundor A Sons. 2611 State st. JSevv York fuew Haven & Hartford Railroad. OOTOBRIl 20. 1008. Por New tork '4:15, '4:48, x5:t. :uu, x;I0, "JAb, 1:3S) a. m., U:0a, -l:ix, '1:28, 6:03, AU. 2:ul, 'gl. 1)4:18. 6:0s, 7:u3, '7:60, 8:X8, :0I, aya :1B, 4:46, x7:5a. I. tn. Sundaii :3R, a. rn., xl2:00, 'lB, '2:01, 8 :0X. 6:01, X6.1J, '8:40, 7:03. '7:60, :0I, P. m. For AViishlnKlon via Harlem tllvt- "i:oo p. m '12:00, nlgrnt. dauy. For IliiHion via lllfil. aad WlllL- 10:03 a. in.. 4:03 p. m. For lloston vln pruvldenre 2:24, 2:51. 7:17, 11:42, a. in., 12:05, 2:4J, 2:CS, '4:20, 4:G5, :42, 7:05 p. nu Bun '2:20, 'Sl, a. m., 12:05, 2:B8, 4 65, 7:lfi p. m. F'" Huston via Fprliineld 1:10, l I . I K ml. 11 lEll n Gli.n - 11. IO IV. 1,1., l.TI, B it i. I. wui.. 1:10 a. m 1;47, 5:44 p. m. For II:irlf.nl, Sprlnitlleld x4 :00, 7:4S, a. m., xl:oo, xB:00, x8:10 p. m. Sun. x9:o5, a, tit. ; 'X8:10, x9:20 p. m. For Wllllmnuito 7:35 a. m., 12:58, 6:17 p. ni. Sun. 7:20 p. in. For fillelburiie Fulls 7:44 a. m.. It:?! (to New Hartford), 4:01, B:00 p. Hi. (to Westtleld). For Wlnsted 0:48, (via NaugAtuck June), 9:32 a. m., 2:35, 5:45, 7:40 A- m. Sun. 8:25 a. in., 11:45 p. ni. For I'lttxflrld, Kle a5:6d, 9:3t, a. A 1 r. r, n, sl, in n?'F;'J! n. m. For I.llrlifleiii .9:82 a. m., 4:15 p. ro. Sun. a7:f2 a. m. a Via nrldgeport. Parlor ear limited, Express trains, x Local exprass. CUNARD CRUISGS Via AZORES, MADEIRA, GIBRALTAR, H and Envat i ' Offer tbe aniurptuncl in Lnxurioin and Comfortable. Ocean Travel by its Great 20,004 Ion Steamer i " Caronla," Jan. 7, Feb. 18 " Carmanla," Jan. 21, Mar. 4 Laesot trisle-Mrew lurbiM is aS VMfld frr J)ttfipH$ Mautr mud KiitrmltMii TOR CUNARD STEAMSHIP C0H Lhl. Nw York, Bnwn, Ohliftgo, MfQaptlU, PhlUdiliilitft. Ht. lan, Sa frmniM Toroato, and Montrwl, r Uoeml AgoU Starin's N. Y. and N. H Line. IMII.V KXCICPT HATl,nnY. I'HSMenjvrr nnd .FrelKlit Service. Heaves New Haven p. m., Starln pier, font of Hrown street. jsvea New York, II p . in., Cortlnndt street piers. No. 13, N. II. Fnrs, 76c; excur. Blon llckets. $I.2R; moms, $1.00. Takt Chapel street enr to Brewery street, (, W. FISIIIill, Agent, New Ilnven, Conn, No pnssepgers from New Haven on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays, until further notice. S)f , MoAf U'Jtfon I inn mqafin rnnviw voim, thb i uu SOUTH AMD WICST FAHK HFUCCKD. TKA;itnn iiiciiAnu riiCK. From !ew Ilnven Leave Belle Oocti dally, except Mondays, 1:30 a, ni. From New nrW Leave Pier 2H, Fast Hlvor, near f.itherlne st., 3:00 p, m. dully except .Sundays. Tlnio between New Hi vi n nnd' New York nbout flva hours. . , , , , Tickets nnd stateroom at Bishop A Co s, 1S5 Orange; street, also at Bella Dock and on Steamer. UKO. C. BHAi'lC, Agent, New Haven. F. O. CO!. BY. A. O. P. A . New York. !DI I.OMflOII P'O" " t'rel o ria. ' " .,! ;y. 1., . '', I'ennsyl. Jan. ,10, ' I o Hamburg dlreel. . 1 ITALY s.s. HAMiti i;u, sii, I,,,,, r,, it j.vi,, ) ,i M.ireli 'jn. H. S. Miil.TKIC, '.'.bin. '.IK. Apr. 27, ' S. S. l.i.;i 'l'SC,AM) jli l.'eh, (l. I S. );. I'ATIHt'lA. j Apr. ,'. 1 "Azores. j.Vlailolra. j( i ll,r 1 1 Hr, '.'('.ills M ididrn Colli:, i ; ihra liar. Sin. hlg.i, Algiers, (lellon, I I,.,M eonllll. lies i )l; I PINT cruise. , liniikd nuni ber of rooms available lo Italy, (idii'i. 1., II vny, N. v.. Hweey.ev - Kelsey, 102 ('hitr... Nf j .. II. Parish & Co., SO Drango at, i HE PECK & BloHOy .u, .Main Olliccs. I:t-Ir I'liion SI reel, HiaiK li iiiliccs, PahM'iiucr Depot, - (iiiion i.ili'cet. ; FURNiTur;E :Tmor i PIANO MOVhMti, i BAGGAGE EX'tMESS, FURWITIJRF. PM:i2, STORAGE WAREHOj'SE. ' j Hist faclllt;c 'or mining safes, itfaclilncry, Miishu'H, c(c. If you have unylliliijf to move let i tpiolo prlcea. iTALM t