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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL ANtV COURIER,' THURSDAY, JUKE 28, 1894.
: , THE GENUINE Popularly known thronghoat Now Eogtend as lb highest Standard 10 cents Clgsi for Qaalltr, QasatHy snd Workmanship. 3VTi.Xin 33-ST IT. Z. OnAVE, Direct Imports of tbt flout Vnslta Absjo Corner Rial and Wsmiir DttsceUaneons. H frWr. far Ma Specially, AHE NOW HEADY. maob MADRAS, English OXFORDS, Boo too CHEVIOTS, English FLANNEL and WASH BILES. For Han't NEGLIGES and TENNIS SHIRTS, for Ladles' and Children's WAIST 3 aad BLOUSES, or sold by the yard. GLOVES "Hi NEW PEARL OBEY. Th Mitio London Tan t 41. HI. ' Oold Tan, Ked Tan and i.'lhCK," the anet GIotb New "Butterfly" Ties and Bows, English Long Soar's, aad "Don Juan" Ties and Fourln-Hands. CHASE & CO., New Raven Housa Building. Sole Agents for Noyee Bros.' (Boston) Laun dry. Band work, aad satisfaction guaranteed. ifttrottttte, tc Carpets. Carpets. ... OUH STOCK OF Moquettes, Velvets, Body Brussels and Ingrain Carpets Is One of THE BEST in the City. Linoleum, Oilcloth, Matting, Art Squares, Rugs and Shades. BABY CARRIAGES, A LARGE VARIETY. Refrigerators, All siaes, in soft nnd hnrd wood. LOWEST PRICES. STAHL & HEGEL, 8, 10, 12 Church Street. WELLS & GUNDE, Wntohmiikcrg nnd Jewelers. Full Line Sterling Silver anJ Silver Plated Ware. KIEL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS. No. 788 Chapel Street. , If Ton are Going to the Sltore I Telesecp, .. . Glass Will gle a Brest aUiount of pleasure to ob serve sceBvry or passing shores. "Drirant,'' the Jeweler, las an extra fine line of these goofls now on hand all imported elaeses and by the nest makers. (olohid Spectacles akd evbqlabseb. Eyes tented free o( charge at f S flhnreli Mntl, opposite Pr-atnfflo,' 1STHM&. RHEUMATISM, " NEURALGIA, mm, ... Positively Cured by Massage Treatments ' Given by FEED O. HAASE. trill W i (be Westmoreland Hotel, Rosea Ho. 8, MOHDAYB AND THURSDAYS. Hours-IM aad M. jelsdt VAULTS and CESSPOOLS , ' KBATLY CLEANED BY . " . , FAKXHAM. ' Price low and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Orders left at BRADLEY ft DAMN'S, 40B State Street, tKsilJYT ROOT CO.'S.S!) Briodwnv, Will receive prompt attention, F. O. Address UoxKo. Teiepus4s3M3. T iff HB ARE STAMPED BsvaaeTobaoco tad UanofMtnrsrof Cigars, Street., New llavao, Cono. aunclvlcs. D0Y0UWANT Yoqp Csrpets Briiincll, The Motbs Killed, and tlio Dust Removed ? WE CAN DO IT. LACE CUETAINS Of the finest qnalltles cleaned without injury. Mrs are espfoisllr fitted tip for tblt work. DYEING and CLEWING Of Men's Salts eud Overcoats, Ladles' Dresses, eto. LiUND EKING Of Sblrti, Collars, Coffs, Underclothing. THE FORSYTH CO. 0FFICE3878 Chape) street, 045 S3 Broadway, State. Lawrence and Mechanic streets. Telephone 854-3 and S. a A large assortment of hard wood Iloirigerators and other kinds, which will he sold cheap to reduce stock, Please call and ex amine. . 639 Grand Avenue S. E. DIBBLE. COOKING : BY HEAT FROM GAS ! Inviiluablc for comfort . eonvcniroice and econ omy in Summi:!-. Food more perfectly ooofced than by direct bent from cool. Ranges, with or without water heaters, hot plates, ovens, and-irnn heaturs, etc., etc., sold, set up and warranted by the New Haven Gas Light Co., No. 80 CROWN STREET. PLUMBING GASF1TT1KG t. H, Pucfcley. 170 ruureh. WE HAVE A FEW Standard Litatins r ompany's Kew Process Gasolene Stoves, " Waioh ws shall soli at : 10 w cost. Int. C. F. HEBBIHAir, Own vd1hks. 1 r4 VAm Rtreet, hotels. HERRMANN'S CAFE, Grove Street, SAVIN ROCK. ("'JIJorCEST brands of Wines, Liquors and J Cigars, constantly on hnnd. HerriJuinn'scelebi Bted "Alonopol Lager" In bottles anil on ilrautrht, Iiftillts' Porloi's second floor. Jl lillS HKHRMANtf, . , . Inte of Turn Hull, New Haven, leg Int . , l'roprlotor. Hotel Monopole, . (Kuroprnn Plan.) 14 and 16 Church Street. CAFE and Ladles' Restaurant connected wlUrhOtel. WHOT LUNCH sorvinl in Cafe. ' - jelO IMPROVEMENTS AND ALTERATIONS .Mads during; the dull summer months havo piado n - MOSELEY'S PHI NEW HAVKN HOUSE hwailMore comfortable than ever for both permanent ortransleuttfuosta. Traveling men are shown espctilal uttetition. sll fiETH H. MOSELEY. ELY'S CATARRH Cream Babnj OSH Is quickly abaerbad, . OlsanaaatM Hasai caasagea, Allay "aln a4 Inaainrastloty Reals tita Korea, Protects the Membrane from Addi.rti10old. pMtutiw tM Kami' al Tasir and. Sraal) IT WILIaCUKK. A narttct. is unl;(il. into earn i aoatril in la sgiWbia. iVIoe N Tents at brnirirtKt Of by OUlL ELY UBOTBIBR, ot) MWFdw K Warren stq New York COMMENCEMENT AT YALE. A MKASO OF UKKAT IKVKYtKit AT THE ALVMSl .V.Vt. rreeltleut Dwlftlit'e Itenmrks A Itevlew of Itm-ent Gifts Mnda to Yale InternsUna Hprix liee by Various Speakers-The Io- ft-reos Vonfvrreil at the Coinmenreiuent Kxerelses at Center Clum'U Notes, Tito animal alumni dinner was held At 'i o'clock yesterday afternoon lu Alumni bnll, which was crowded with alumni. The recent graduates ale din ner under the. largo tent which hftd been erected lu front of Alumni hull. At coffee President Dwlght arose and poke at follows: Gcntlomon of the Alumni It is my privilege, to iijittln welcome you Imok to your alum mater. Tliu New Testament tenohes that the fat here should make provision for the sunt. So the fathom should look after the younger alumni and provide a new building where we van all oat a comfortnhle dinner, This Is tho sum of the New Testament Maoh. lug, wbioh I think oxpodlnnt to present to you at tho present moment. It Is on this point that I wish to ooueeMrato the attention of ! the fathers and by tho fathers I mean those who have graduated for som yenrs. ' , Now, gentlemen,' ull Vale men are wise. It Is iv peculiar oharaolerlstln of tho graduates of this university not to disparage at nil the wisdom of tlie arad untes of otlii't' uiiiversitids. Out I will say that a word to tho wise 1 sufficient. President Uwlght thim read throe commtinlciilions. Tho first was from Uv, Henry Ilerrlek of - North Wood stock, Conn., of the class of 1822, and who U uim)l.v-ono years old. Mr. Her rlck re'alled Hie fact that his father's lioutio stood on tho present alto of But lell chapol, and that then it was that the scheme for the hlshor eduentlou of wonion in this country was stiti'lcd, lie said that the former President Dwlght encouraged his work very much, and thou ulluded to what the present Presi dent Dwight had dime toward the higher education of women by admit ting thorn to the graduate courses. The other communications were from Hon. Benjamin D. Hillimun, class of 1824, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,. who Is the solo survivor of his .class, . ijfid Jlev.'I)r, Edward Boecher, class' -of 1822, of Brooklyn, N. Y. '. Their . letters -es, pressed their regrets at not being able to bo present, and sent their greetings to the alumni at commencement assem bled. Telegraphic messages wishing them the eujoyment of many years of prosperity yet, wore , sent to each of them. . . . ? . J. .a Tho following" telegram -. was then read: . . . . : Galveston. Texas. June 2T. 18M. The Teias Yale Alumni Association organised to-day with 30 members and Sends greeting to the Aiuiuui assemuiea oeneatn we einis, t rom gun to souna . t . , Yale men abound; ' "' J, C. BlCBABDSOIT, 'SI. Dr. T. T. Mnneerpf this elty was re- qucBted to respond-to the nfessitge. President Dwight then said: "At the election of the member of the corpora tion, which was held yesterday, to fjll the vacancy caused by the expiration ef llu: term of Dr. Chauucey M. De pew, l,0('0 votes were oast, of which 1,568 were for Dr, DepeW. This seems to be a majority. The Hon. Cljauhooy M. Dopew is therefore oflioially declared to be a member of the corporation for a period of six years from' last even ing." Much applause greeted the an nouncement. - President Dwiglifr' then Announced that tho Deforest medal had been awarded to John Loonier Hall of the class of 1891. (Great applause.) ' A communication was then read fropi Mrs. Jessly of Hudson, N. Y.., telliug of the bequest of the library of Linus Hall 'GO. The library is an elegant collection of belle-lettres and numbers 1,000 vol umes, and was valued nt $10,000 by its owner. The conditions of the gift are that the portrait of tho deceased be hung among the portraits of the other alumni, and that the books occupy one of the : leoves in the university library. President Dwight then reviewed the gifts of the past year. He said: The new buildings which have been donated during the past year by the generosity of friends are fust Hearing completion. Vanderbilt and White halls bear witness, without any words of my own, to the generosity of the donors. It is with great pleasure that! 1 announce to you- that - f)r. Andrew J. White is with us this aftrnofir, r Both him and Mr. Cornelius Vanderbilt we have received into tho brotherhood of the alumni and lha' fellowship of our university. ApplnuseJ The enlarge ment of Battel) chapel is another great improvement. And all who have seen the interior or spoken lu it testify to Its increased comfort and convenience. The expense of this was borne by lit. Hubert Battell and . bis sister, Mrs. Eldridge, of Norfolk, Coun.i Who died last October. . Mrs. Eldridge, by hpr will, bequeathed $26,0,09 to found a pro fessorship in musiu, $12,000 for two feU lowshipa nnd a bequest of $15,000 to the university library. t also call at tention to the new law school building, whose -n-iiils are nowjrtsiug. Erom lifty to sixty thousand dollars haj been re ceived in subscriptinitsvfor this building. Cornelius Vanderbilt, l addition-to the gift of the dormitory has given 14,000 for enlarging the steam, hentlug pltuit. M. O. D. Bond of 1854. bits uo given 98,000 to bo used fuf. the benefit of the university, t'lio late Bjseklel H. Trow, bridge of this city by his wllj left 5,0ft0 to the Yule divinity-, BOtaool; $11,000 bits also been given to the medical school, Henry F, Kuglish of Jbbj bity has given n 1,000 foundation, the Jutjonio Of which Is to be known ns the Alice Kim ball English priwf In the Yale Bgliool nf Pine Arts. The sum of. f TSO brts beu received from the PrtaontQU baseball nssaoiation; Jl.400 from New York la dies for the Yale Inflrmnry, and l.uQO from Frank W, Benedict of this oity fo a university fellowship, . "The fjMontls nnd admirers of the late Professor -Mo Laughlin of the English aepnrtmofit have established a memorial fund which already ropriea 91,000, tlo income of which: a to ;o given as a priie In t-hd English flop! f . inent. The sum of f 4ji0 ha? .been celvcd-from the Yate Gloe and Bi ' clulw for scholarship! ,8?,000 bat ) '. contributed to the .Yale obseryn and $13,R00 has' beer. tfm'ei)ii from the Yale Alumni c fund. : On A W iQ Daniel Lord of New Ymic. fc"l 65,000 to found a. Bcholarslilp lu mem ory of his aon, DirtoU tqrdiir.. Vole '02, who died June. SBj )80B. -TIls gift peculiarly interesting and toQcblng, as bit death Is K jrreat loss to the oompany of friends to which be wan united. Bcfoiti I olose I must sixiak of the deaths of two men who hive for mauy year been promliintly connected with Yale, Professor William D. Whitney died, as you know, a few days ago, , He was, perhaps, the greatest seboUtr with whom the country has beeu honored In tho last forty years. The simplicity and beauty of hi character, hi Urge BO. oompllsbnienta, his .greut affection for Yttlo university, nil endeared mm no us and makes hie loss felt the more, Ills death vreatut k vacancy amona the mull number of those who were asso ciated with blin that cannot be filled. - The other of whom I shall speak i the Hon. Wllllnm Walter Phelps. You all know who he woe and what bo was to this Instulloti. I sue by the nubile Journals that he has remembered Yalo with a handsome gift. He wa a true son of the University. No mon loved Yiihrwltb a heartier love than be. And I can say that those over fifty jeirj of ago love Yalo bel ter than those under. For their lov ha had longer to grow. I announce tho selection of Kdward G. Mason, '80, of Chicago, III.. Payson Morrill, '85, of New York, and Walter Jennings,' '0, of New Yorki oa direc tors of the Yale Alumni University Fund Association for a term of three year from this time-. I wish to eom fuend Hie earnestness, enthusiasm and generosity with whlflb the origluatoit of this movement have cameq n on through the past years. And now, eentlomen, I propose to re lieve you Of my personal presence, cx ocpt to Introduce to you some other speakers. In th first place wo owe al legiance to Connecticut. The governor of Connecticut, who is a Yale graduate, Is with us to-day and will say a few words to us.- Governor Luaon B. Morris '54, then addressed theesscmblage. He spoke of the old Idell that citizens formerly held of allegiance and duty owed to the government as Compared with the mod ern Ideas Which, are creeping 1n from the influx of foreigners from other gov ernments and undesirable elements Into our commonwealth. These people think. that the government owes them -more than they owe tho government. They think the govermont should support the citizens.- Continuing, he said: And where can these questions be con sidered as' well as In bur mental labora tories? The presB-alwaysiBtands ready to convey to the country and communi ty at large the results there obtained,. We will, then, be thankful t? the uhlvereJ stty ana tne means, or eaucation wmca we have. (Applause..)' ; V. President Dwlghttxien saia:- we havo the warmest' afteetKfh for- our :brotheVC of the university at Cambridge, Mass, We are brothers lri'theSame family of-; educated men, Many we have received! Into our fellowship. We have done so to-day. We should like to hear from Prof. John C...Gray3f the Harvard law school, ' j - ; Prof. Gray said:, J fdlt in coming here to-day much like av herald coming with a truce between Tuesday's skirmish and Thursday's battle, to remind you of our common humanity. How-jnuch do these, two unlversftlei pwe tt each other J I think that Yale owes much to that president of Harvard who la to-day cel ebrating the t-Hnty-nfth year of his office. I wish there was more Inter change between the two universities. There are a great many Harvard post graduates that could benefit by coming' to Yale and a great many Yale men who could gain .good by going to Har vard. I do not mean this for under graduates. For an undergraduate that leaves his own college generally does it for the good of tjie college. But much could be galhed bW vlewUig two aspects of university life. President Dwight en said that the first man he called-up in recitation, when he began his work as a professor was Edmund C. Stedman, and thought that if he recited as well now as then, his remarks would be very satisfac tory, and he would merit the degree of LXi.D., which had been conferred on him. Three hearty cheers for "Sted man" were then given by the alumni. He spoke In the main as follows I This is the first timje I have ever had an opportunity of -i speaking at the alumni dinner. I have been Somewhat of a university tramp, so that I might say .that I am cosmopolitan. ButacOsY mopolitan should be at home In his own country, as well aa elsewhere.. Etut of all the honors which the sons' qf Yale have had, I cannot help but think that that of having started President Dwight on his university career 1b the greatest of any. Dr. Btedman then spoke in behalf of the study of English, literature ;at the'; university. Be spoke of the eminence Yltie had attained In economic and political history," and referred to the fact -that Harvard had twenty professors and instructors ' In English literature, Columbia ten, while Yale only has six. On this account'Bft was pleased to learn of the renewed and increased interest which was be ing taken in the study of English at Yale and that when an eminent alum nus died recently, although a Jurist, he left a bequest to found a uW professorship In English literature. President Dwight then read a tele, gram to be sent to President Elliott of Harvard, donBratUlatlng hlfn on the tweotyftftb anniversary. M his presi dency, of th university. '. . Hon. William M.- Everett of Massa chusetts, a, 'represeta.tlve In congress, was the J next': speaker. Hi said: All Yule -v(ctorln belong to Harvard be cause the first four presidents Of H ae, were' Harvard-men'. ; - Bo you are an outgrowth ofc Harvard,1 and whether the crimsoit 6t-41iodarl( blue wins, It Is all the crimson's -victory, as it took four 'df -ourmn j f 'make your-flrsf presidents,. f"hhv lerad thiB in con gress ts claim all, anyway, whatever th returns miy b. 'In coKgrB0 they lino us our day'rittty for absence on any other account tn siakness, either or ourselves arm our families, go flnd ins myself pretty ssefc, ; even hom!e, 1 managed lo nnd time-te -stop here for a short Unto fbf nv hehltli, which. I think, will be gretiy ben"nted by this dinner. I derived great authority from Yl in a recent debte-n, congress I alluded to the railroad fcorporattops' as the' ootopus'of Ibe'counlry. Anoth er member canght me-up oti my pro ntrhctation of the WoM.'''We went tq both Worcester --and-' Webster, both Yale men. ' Bat-wor could not find the: word' in their - dlctfohsirh".- Then.'We' went -to-that more reeeht vbrk edited 'by the great' froffsaor Whftney -of Yale, and found tht It was pronounced ijdjt.asj said it, 'was; .It has been said tht congress nas don nothtng, and lit tle pamphlets haj'bee issued, on the eoVer of which, It aayitSWhfttonsresK Ha's Done," and-.bisnik leaves inside. These pamphlets were of less use tbTOe" than,.to others', fpr X don't smoke cig arettes. However, If you would read the Congressional Record as It has been printed day by day you would see that cohgrets has done a great deal. Ws have at least passed a bill, for ths bridge over the North river, so that Harvard and Yalo influence may get to Washington quicker without being corrupted by New York, Yale and Har vard men have stood shoulder to shoul der In congress and fought against the wide pulley of others in which Yale and Harvard had no share. : Henry Lcnr then spoke for the class of '69. ' Ho referred to Postmaster Gen eral Blasu!l, who was a member of that class,, aa the greatest postmaster gener- fl, as he weighs 300 pounds. He grieved (Continued on "seventh puge") Grateful Comforting r And Invigorating Fot Weak Stomachs Weak Bowels Weak Nerves is' Sanford's Ginger Purest and Best Of Warming Stomachics Containing amnnR Its Ingredients the pua est of mecliolnal French brandv and the best of Imported ginger,' it is vastly superior to the onoan, worthies.'', anil often (Utugerous glnirors urged ns sulmtitutos. ASk for HANKOKD'B GlNOFn d look far otrl trade-mark on the wrapper, BulU everywhere. rorr-a Uedo & CnEM. Cob., Boston. ADD How to Attain If A Wonilorfnl New Medical Book, written for Wen Only, One copy may be bod freo on application. ERIE MEDICAL GO. BUFFALO, J. Y. 4 tntbsetf srn ..,rr'CWTHE3. THgWQOTgB t CAMCtSCO,, OlNTl. km. (mm i It's Worth. Nicotine, THE ACTIVE rniNCIPLC, N6UTRAU2ED. Perfect IVORY 56AP 1CHEW1T ISMOKEITI Anti-Nervous; - AiiTi-Dtspmic. DoiuiflSilB Track . DUMP CARTS, Kilt Wagons, Batcher Carts, Buggies, Surreys, Concords, eto., eto. HARNESS, Jh ftock and Made to Order, - SHBIEY BEOS, b CO, - a4-,W .at - - ' ; 171 griwiry Str.efc. A SAMPLE CAKE Df Wnadbarr'a Kaelal S e aa4 Utswe I 0 Uaauijr m4 lM,rmaiiiu(f,VMSalIle. , Sw.i, uvFrSuou. lis r wnt.fcU-, htm. li re. ltmaMJi UIsmS SoaIS , Impwfaotmta nt to aar aJitn. lot ttmu. r cat . Jobo H. Woodbury . Dorrtistolosksl rnstltut, CtblUhJ 1870. I2W,434 St,N.Y. Pvouistous, Vc. Fresh Fruits. Havana Pines tl.'.'O per dozen. XX Hugnr Loafs. Watermelons. ' (licrry Ctirnints. lteil ItiuplM'rrles. Ulutikberrles, Try Bitter Hop lis. IIuvo You Kvnrl'sed ''Dead Stuck" iVr your Dugs f Try It. AT TUB OLD STAND, E, E. NICHOLS, 378 State st. KOPS' CHEER 1 ! Cure and JfonIutoxlcatloii. AS IIZ;sDant JTerve Tonlo AND Aid, to Digestion. Blttered with the Finest Hopa. 16c per bottle, or 1 SO per doseo. GILBERT & THOMPSON. 973 Mtate Ktraei, near Edwards. YU'T will rave money by trsdlng at this store, W are selling I) lb. of the beat SOo Tea for Od Dollar, also 6 lbs of splendid Ot'ffe for One Dollar, all kinds Crooiery, China nd Glass ware sold cheap, jrt A. BBYPKS, THE Corcir Cborcb ud Elm Strittr ' OFfSB jSnng Lasab-Cbolce. Betf and Mntton. Sprlog BroUsrs, Dookllngs. -Oblokeai, Bqasbl. Sweetbreads aad Calf's Liver. Also Fresb Native Vegetables la fall variety, and a fall line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Branch store at Woodmont, containing a fall line of the above goods. T3XWHOPU GAU. MO. f ASfiBJM CROSBY GO. W The Leading Bread Flour of the World. J. D. DEWELL & CO., Wholesale Agents, 239 State St.. New Haven, Ct. Big Bargains in Meats M IDUIV.E, JUVlUU VIJ, iV t WC-Sft UUVMB. j 10 and 19c ; ex,tra nice staki lOo j turkejs lu and le ; 8oe Coroed Beef So lb. We sell everything to suit you In the meat line. (ilve us a trial ana we guarantee satlatac ilo. Hespectfullr, t. BuHOINBIROKR ft BON, . 1,8, 1 Central Market, 1 elephone 4 20. Oonrreae avenue, D. I. WEIGH & SOU OFFER 100 cases Baked Beans, 10c can, gl.15 doz. the sbave aie latgast sised eats and finest quality packed, ttemembet only ' lOo fot a largo oaa. Sew Potatoes, - lOObbls finest stock. Only 25o peck Flrtt lot Of Ripe Watermelons. Flue Rips FLORIDA PINJUPPLE3, UforSSO. Coostdetlnit tha qosllly thty are cheap, Have yon tried oof " .ELGIN OEiiWMlYl'. S3o )!, lbs for 8100. Th qaslliy of thts nttst finer than ever. pHuoy fall Cream Cneei Us lb Flnt Wat and Siting Bbsbs So quart, 35o prck. 8U boxes extra Abe Ltmoni, oheap. Hsadqauiert for all hinds Frnlt Jan. D. M. WMH &80N, ' KSand SO Coflgreii Aveaittv Braaoh, ArasS Ataaaa. Jolj 1, at ?9 Oampbtll sya,, Weal Bavao, . I. Hi Co, i ; 1 Igclucuttou.' " MECHANICAL DRAWING ' " ' M . i -H'M!V,irorhiirobstr. flartfora cirtle, ssa Mitin sirert, A.l.ir.wa lettrs is Sum llavnn nniin, aunty ., WS.SAUKK.TKO()STW K 8Cn?t9LM.slc Tpwinub mttaioul nlucatlon nltfr the methv. Od ( rorrttuiat urupiau CunafrvxtiirlM, Viiiliu, l'liuin, irfc-n, Hliifln(f, Mule, (Tart pnetlii, r.irntrt. Krioh Hunt, VM. 't'ollii.' boutile IhtM, Matidulbi, lbui(iurria,iiarmuay Slid rjiwutble I'lBvltiir. ( iii.in.i Uim .Ingl,, or lit cUmiw. Aptilluanfs received dully fi'iiO LJ In I and e to 6 p, m. . . , . , .sis If. .- , , . , Wl fit A TJlh STBKRT.. j EVERYTHING To Mi Your Homs Beautiful and Life Happy. 1 WHITE ENAMEL, BATH ENAMEL, VARNISH 8TAINS, GOLD PAINT8, HKAUV Full L'gR. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396398 8tate Streat, Courier llullillnn, Ninr Hhyto, Oonn. THE "FINEST LINE OF WALL PAPERS ATLOWEgTPIllCES, ON EXHIWTIObl AT The Broadway Wail Paper Store. Cnmnand cxnmlno our goods and you will' be surprised ut our prlues for bonutlf ul oom binatluns, E. R. JEFFCOTT. PAINTING ond DKt'OKATlNO In all tholr snvcral bmnohra duno well nn1! nroiiiixly. BsUiuatosiflvon. E, It. JKFFCQTT. 561 Elm Street, corner of York. The New Haven Havlugg Habk. ri-BE setnlanDutl meetlntt or me Bord of I 'Iru m nt in New Haven rarl" Bui will boli.l't at ibahAsklnirhn ise. No I4S uaeg tn-er, nn Friday, Ju tti IBM. at i o'clock p. D).. for the puriKiae of d-clailof a setnl-aenual divldssd. apnointina aimiiora. and lor uolns any ottur busia.es proprr towdnM(iH ro'euns. UFN' V D. WHITE, Clerk. New Raven, Jonn H, 1HM le4 0t A FRIEND IN NEEDl DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Prepared from the recipe of Dr. 8teplicrt Sweet of Connecticut, tho ifreat Kutuntl Bone Softer. Has been used for more than Ml years and Is the beet known remedy for Hhouraa tlsm, Neuralgia, Spruins, Drulsos, Burns, Cut. Wounds and all external lnjtirlos. C. H, CONWAY, Proprietor, , Sole Aggnt, COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. WILLIAM V. KKAt'P ft CO., Proprietors, . ' 106 Court St., New Haven, Ct. Work done at Khort MottoS: -' 1 mb3S tf - NEW TICKET OFFICE. RAILWAY and Steamship Tickets to all points. Staterooms snd Berths seoured in advanoc. BiiKVUfce chmkud through. Sturln Line Tickets to New York. Agent for Ileury Gaie & Bona' Tours, .- JOHN MORSE. 69 CENTER STREET, Telephone call 407-4. Jea'tf We have opened a full line of Jewett'i cele brated hard wood Befrlgeraters, thoroughly eharooal filled, sod the best Refrigerators sob) Bthetlty. "i . ' AT COST. r 5 We have but few of tbsm left ; when tJiere ar tone there will be no more of ibrm offered, as) we are tolas out of this branck of the buslneasi We aptlse all wbn are in wast to iaspeettfaain before purchasing elsowhere. ' . . ; THAT NEW RANGE We havS said so much about provts to be the fat orite. All who hws tried it say it Is tne won der ol Uii age and does all ws adVirtls it to do, OAS FIXTURES;, In great varieties and prices 'way down. The larjest as on men t to be found Iptpeelt, - Sanitary Plumbing a fpRcjaliy. THE ABNOIsB CO REFRIGERATORS rnilg stnndnrd Hol'rigcrator of twisy iitha A. Jiuuv, Mnao strictly nrst-cinss i tliornngliiy kiln drlsd, heavily painted, til'ully granted and vnrnlshod. They I X Thev are au, perlor tu air hardwood pos: aiad ;o nt juuuuinc muni ill. 300 STATE STRECr; ' v SILAS GALHNv J.-.rv'!.- THEODORE KEItER,l I i TTKDEHTAKEB,' i 162 ORANGE STREET, (yenr Court street.) ' Telepbenffltf. It. G. IltELt, 852 Chapel Street. - . R mxat XOU& Mxmm wn vat cMMgmiw'fifi ; MAHOISTY B6lLKB attMiii r Bot Water DlreQt o al?9t '.'-.-' Badlfttlon. , ' '1180 IWAttWpfigE : XMven wells royalty- ngjara'SoSas niit. laaasrorkgsar&Ul. fMtoryirbrkwUoM.fWWsi at atteatloi glTen to modsralslng dsfBStiviplumWiigi SHEAKAN A GBOAUL'-f, S itKAairimnia ahd rtBBe, Tauohea. eaniM 995 and 857 state street. ' ,