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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. MONDAY, JULY 30 1894
THE GENUINE fopoLrly known throouhonl New England lot Qo.llty , Quantity 3VI 13-32" JP. Wrsot Importer of lb finest VnlU AbJo roraur Sialaaad Wn lsccUaucou0. for Work a Specialty. AKE NOW READY. French MADRA8, English OXFORDS, Scotch CHEVIOTS, English FLANNEL and WASH SILKS. For Men's NEGLIGEE and TENNIS BHTRT8, for Ladles' and Children's WAISTS nd BLOUSES, or sold by the yard. GLOVES The NEW PEARL GREY. The Famous London Tan at $1.36. Fowne's Gold Tan, Red Tan and "WELBECK," the finest Glove made. New "Butterfly" Ties and Bows, EngUsh Long Scarfs, and 'Don Juan" Ties and Four-ln-Banda, CHASE & CO., New flavea Hqdsb BoUdiog. Bole Agents for Noyce Bros.' (Boston) Laun dry. Hand work, and satisfaction guaranteed. Carpets. Carpets. OUR 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 sizes. In soft and nard wood. LOWEST PRICES. STAHL & HEGEL, 8, 10, 12 Church Street. Souvenir Paper Weights, Selected Views of New Haven, AT Orjp. Postoffioe. WELLS & GUNDE, Watchmakers and Jewelers; Full Line Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Ware. KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS. No. 788 Chapel Street. pXisceHaucottB. The hast for Driveways, Cellar and Shop Floors, Copings, and all kinds of Artificial Stone Work. ' ' Estimates famished by The Mannlacturers, C D. ROBlTOff & GO, . ayt , 442 Stale Street. II IKS aonSlof ARE STAMPED 2 a th hlgbHt Standard 10 orats Cigar sad Workmanship. X. GRAVE, BavaasTobtooo and Mannfaotorer of Cigars, Street, New Uavea, Conn. nuntlvtcs. D0Y0UWANT Tlie Moths Killed and the Dust Ilemoved? WE CAN DO IT. LACE CURTAINS Of the finost qualities cleaned without Injury. Ws are especially fitted op for tola work. DYEING and CLEANING Of Men's Salts and Overcoats, Ladles' Press o, eta. LAUNDERING Of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underolothlng. THE FORSYTH CO. OFFICES-878 Chapel street. 645 M 23 Broadway, State, Lawrence and Mechanic streets. Telephone 854-3 and 8. SHavts, gltttttftittg, gtc Reffipralors. A large assortment of hard wood Refrigerators and other kinds, which will be sold cheap to reduce stock. Please call and ex- amine. 639 Grand Avenue S. E. DIBBLE. We have opened a full line of Jewett's cele brated hard wood Refrigerators, thoroughly charcoal filled, and the best refrigerators sold In the city. GAS GOB STOf ES AT COST. We have but few of them left : when these are gone there will be uo more of them offer ed, as we are going out of this branch of the business. We advise all who are in want to Inspect them before purchasing elsewhere. That New Ranere We have said so much about nrnves to he the favorite. All who have tried It say it Is the wonder of the age and does all we adver tise It to do. GAS FIXTURES in great varieties and prices 'way down. The largest assortment 10 uo rouna in tne city. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. THE ARNOLD CO. COOKING BY HEAT FROM GAS! Invaluablefor comfort .convenience and econ omy in Summer. Food more perfectly cooked than by direct beat from ooal. Ranges, with or without water heaters, hot plates, ovens, sad-Iron heaters, etc, etc., sold. nut up auu wtuituiicu uy uie New Haven Gas Light Co., No. 80 CROWN STREET. PLUIllGflllllG J.H.Buckley, 179 Church. WE HAVE . ( . A FEW Standard Lighting Company's New Process Gasolene Stoves. Which we shall sell at 10 per rat. Irat. C. F. MERRIMAK, Ooen evenings. 7 184 Elm 8 treat. REFRIGERATORS. rpHE frandaidtefrtg-erator of to-day is the I EDDY. Made strictly flrst-claas in Pine thoroughly kiln dried, heavily painted, beau tifully grained and Varnished. They are su perior to any hardwood box made. Examine them at . 860 STATE STREET. SirjlS GrALPIN. ran ftHKMK'M BAVQVUTt Toasts and Spawn to b. lellvr4 by Vocal and Out of Town Speakers. Derby, July 2T.-The arrenf raents for the firemen's banquet at Gould armory next Wednes day eyenlng are about completed. Dr. George L. Beardsley, chairman of the general committee, has completed the program for the entertainment of the guests after Cater Holland fine menu has been discussed. The committee are to be congratulated on securing so many able speakers. Following ta the program In full: TOAST RACK. TnasttnasUtr Col. H, Holton Wood. Toast -The Social Tic. "Not your bill of fare, but your bill of company," Anon COL. WOOD. Toast The City of Derby. The Spirit of youth. Time menus to be of note begins Outlines," Antony and Cleopatra mayor otooiima, Mutlo. Toast The American Fireman. "Dream not of helm aud harness The Iko of valor true: ri iicc has higher tents of manhood Than battle ever knew," Wnltttor mv. nit. PAna, Toast The Connecticut State Firemen's Aoss- elation. "Men die, hut sorrow never die.; The crowding yearn divide in vain, And the wide world is knit with ties Of common brotherhood in pain." Coolldge CHIEF F. W. WILLEY 0 MIDDLETOWM. Music. Toast A Merchant's Debt to the Firemen. "A llttlo lire Is quickly trodden nut whloh, Being suffered, rivers cannot qiienoh." Ilenry VI MR. W, B. ORKBNE. Toast The Veteran Fireman. "Ulve mo a staff of honor for mine aire But not a sceptre to control the world." Titus And HON, NICHOLAS STACB Or MEW MILfOBD. Toast A Fireman's Reminiscence. imngs are not always what they seem." Anon CnlEF ENGINEER CLARK, D. T. P. Toast The Factory and the Fire Department "mere is notning more irienuiy man s friend in need," Flautu" CAPTAIN O. I PDRAND, Music. Toast The Best Fire Escape. Honesty, ror it saves against tnc nre to come. w. n. wir.UAMS. Toast The Ladles. Oh woman! Nature made thee to temper, cheer. Guide, Instruct us men We had been brutes without thee: Thy wit so pure, thy wisdom strong, variety innnite No wonder, man-the-hermit-slirhed-tlll On the first garden wild thy smiles did rest. MK. S. n. LESSEY. " Music. Toast The Press. "Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets." Napoleon. " MR. A. J. KENNEDY. Toast "The National Association of Fire En gineers. There is nothing so progressive as a Are and devices to control It ought to show as much progress. CHIEF EKOINEER J. El. OSBORNE OP SOl'TR- INOTON. Music" Auld Lang Syne." FAIR HATEX XE trs. . His VUlt to England Captain Thompson'. Guest. Officers of the Heptasophs' Con claveA S,uOb Benefit Paid Vacations for Church Choirs. t, H. Fowler of Houston street will' sail for England In a few days to remain about five weeks. His father Is captain of detectives In London. Captain Elizur Thompson of the old lighthouse has several summer guests. His ten Merlden guests have returned home, having had a .fine-, outing. Mr. Thompson has been sick with catarrhal troubles, but Is now much better. The new conclave of the Heptasophs has Installed officers as follows: Past archon, John Mackville; archon, J. 0. Rowland; provost, F. J. Mansfield; pre late, Rev. D.M.James; secretary, F. P. Tyler; financier, Ezra Healey;. treasur er, W. R. Downs; warden, Herman Ellsman'; sentinel, William N. Melckle; trustees, L. 8. Rowe, John Parker. C. D. Parmelee. Mrs, Treat and daughter of Ohio are guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Adams. Mrs. A. B. Dodge and Miss Ruth Hitchcock of East Haven, who have visited Mrs. Dodge's brother in San Jose, Cal., have returned home. The widow of the late Willis Horton has been paid a 2,000 benefit by the A. O. U. W. Mr. Horton was a member of East Rock lodge. ' The steam chimney at the new power house of the Fair Haven and Westville railroad near Barnesvllle bridge Is rap idly rising. It is to be the loftiest chim ney in that section of the city. William D. Hemingway and family of Norfolk, Va., are guests of William R. Hemingway. There was special music at the Grand avenue Baptist church yesterday. It be ing the last appearance of the united choir until September. Good music was rendered at both services under the direction of the cholrester. H.. H. Pal mer. - ; : . The choir of the East Pearl street M. E. church will also have a vacation dur ing August, and a male choir of about twenty voices will supply.' At the Grand avenue Congregational church yesterday there was a choral service by the choir at 6:80 p. m., and the pastor gave a short address. The second quarterly conference of the East Pearl street M. E. church will be held this evening. In one of the Ferry Path cases Judge Prentice handed down a decision on . Saturday overruling the -demurrer of the railroad company.' The property owners sued the railroad for damages sustained by the oloeing of the enjeet. The case will be appealed to the su preme court. ' Mary J., daughter of Michael Doody, died at her home, 174 Clay street, on Saturday in the eighteenth year of her age. Consumption was the cause of death. The members of Pair Haven lodge.No. 2, Degree of Honor, will enjoy an excur sion to Pico park Thursday, August, 9. PERSOXAL XEXTIOX ' About Mew Haven People and Their Sum mer Outing... , i Mrs. Justine E. Burgess and daugh ter. Miss Tina Burgess, are at Manches ter, n. h. ' . ; ' Miss Porter of 81 HUlhouse avenue will leave this week for Norfolk, where she will spend the rest of the summer. Mrs, C B. Whltcomb and family are at Great Barrington, Maaa W the bal ance Of th hen ted. frm;-j ir " Prof. W. A. 'Granville of 90 Prospect street la In Minnesota- Mr. CurtUa of Admiral street snd Miss K. A. Tanoe have gone to Ocean Grove and Atlantlo City to spend the reat of the summer. William H. Thorpe of Howard avenue wno haa been In poor health for several months, will to to California nest month to remain until spring. Mrs. J. M. Lee la at Litchfield. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Brown and daughter have gone to Indian Neck for a stay or a few days. Herbert Merrill Sedgwick of Bonds. vllle, Mass., a graduate of Yale, class of '03, and now taking a post graduate course at Tale, has been elected a fellow of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, an unusual honor for so young a man. During his college course Mr. Sedgwick has been engaged In newspaper work. WttST It A VEX JiOTKB. The Miller Case to b. Heard To-D.y-Th. Coming Coaeert at the Town Ball-Challenge for a Thirty Mile Kaoe. Charles H. Miller, proprietor of Mil ler's pavilion, Savin Rook, bat again been arrested ohargod with keoplng hit billiard and pool room open on Sunday snd will be tried for the offonee before Justloe Pardee to-day. The offense was ooraraittedlastflunday and the witnesses against him will be members of the Law and Order league. Miller says he will take the oases to the highest court In the land and In the meantime will con tinue to keep his place open. Tne following is the program ror tne concert to be given in the West Haven town hall on Thursday, August 2dt PART I. My Love Is Like the Red, Red Rose," Garrett Misses Gaffnoy and Northrop, Messrs, Shechan and Phillips. Reading "The Trolley Train, or the Re turn of the Witohes," Hones Miss May E. Reynolds. Solo Aria "Infellce," tVerdt WIIH.m tthnphan. Song "Living, Yet Loving" Manlals Miss Sophia Northrop. Parting Scene Between King Arthur and yueen uuinevere isnnyson Miss May E. Reynolds. . PART II. Maiden With the Lina so Rosv" ....Gall Misses Gaffney and Northrop, MesBrs. Sheehan snd Phinina. Duot-"dolce Batfg-to," Verdi misaes uairney ana uusnneii. Love's Sorrow" Shelley .'ir. PhllllDS. Solo Aria "Ohlce dl' q'est Anlma," ..uumteiu ' Mlsa Elizabeth Gaff n ev. Reading-"Her Letter." miss May . neynoms. The Part.lncr Kiss." Misses Gaffney and Northrop, Messrs. Sheehan ,im rnuuus. Mr. Jepson wift preside at the piano. Louis Turgeon, the popular young motorman of the Winchester road, has received ', - challenge from Edward Smith for :thlrt5f-mlle race to take place March '.27, '95, at the Madison Square Garden for $350 a side. Several years ago Turgeon ran Smith for the boy championship. Vert, which be won, hence this challenge. He is willing to run but the terms are not satisfactory and -correspondence is In progress to make the match for $600 or more. The businesVf the West-fihore:road haa lmproved'so much that the oom pany has adeied another new car to their line. It a jointed In cream color and ornamented on both sides with the picture of the Connecticut World's fair building, which .la nearly finished at Orange grove. Two more cars are expected to leave the car house by next Saturday. : P. J. Kelly, the Grand avenue furni ture, dealer, hag moved to the Bradley cottage, corner pf rBeach and Hendricks streets. D. S. Thompson, treasurer of the town of Orange, has returned from a two weeks' vacation at Saratoga. G. K. Fowler of class '94, Tale S., has been added to the large force of elec tricians by the Winchester avenue road. v Ewen Mclntyre's base ball club will play their last game In the dry goods championship series next Friday after noon with the Malley, Neely & Co. team. This game will be strongly contested by both teams. Each store has a first class nine and a close and exciting game is looked for. The following Friday will end the league.'. The game will be be tweea. Malley, Neely & -Co. and F. M. Brown & Co., and upon these two games depend the second and third place in the league. Tony Blackburn "and his brother, A. B. Blackburn of Waterbury,' are stop ping at Alexandei" Lynch's cottage on BeacH street. , - 1 " The West Haven Buckle company's shop has been shut down the tpast week. ' " On next Wednesday evening the GovH ernor'a -Foot Guard band will give another concert In the grove. Don't 'forget the firemen's excursion to G'sn Island August 21. The foundation for the new tracks of the Consolidated road through the borough, has been about completed from the tower to Washington avenue. The plan for the West Haven truck house are being figured on by the builders. ' A delegation of the local . firemen will attend the convention in Derby this week. West Haven dlvtelSn No. 27, Sons of Temperance, are making big prepara tlons for the entertaining of Elm.Cltyj High , Rock and H. H. Benedict divi sions, which will be their guests on. the evening of August 6, . - ; , A decided improvement has . been made in the appearance of the post office at the entrance in the erection of the new iron steps. . ' Mrs. G. W. Curran leaves to-day for a few weeks' visit with her son In Cln clnnati. . ' Miss Mabel Cutting of Southlngton Is visiting her cousin, Miss Adah Beers of Elm street. , .;. , . , ... ' Christ church parish will go on their annual picnic to High. Rock grove on Tuesday, August 7.- If rainy, it.wHl.be postponed until the next: fair day. Mr. Childs of Montclalr, N. J., and Miss Sullivan, daughter of ex-Mayor Sullivan of . Holyoke, Mass., are ;thej guests or Airs. Bheehafi or Washington avenue.. -Vj . ';: -tuS': The many friends of William Hinie- man of Main street-will be pleased to hear that he is fast recovering from his recent illness. r Sakowlts's Bedr Attache. '" s The body of Max Sakowiti of Oak street was seized Saturday by Deputy Sheriff Brockett as) held as surety in the S2.000 suit fnif ' huauiillr. " hrnuoht kMihat hlm aAd hkhiili br Un . tt J Wlnehouse. After considerable delay a fwmmwMmn wmm. neeurre ana Bagowiu was released. - ' OBITUAMT. ". Death of Mrs. Maty MeCaea. , ' Mrs. Mary MoCuen died at her borne, No. 21 Edwsrds street, yesterday morn ing at I o'clock, after an illness of ten weeks with paralysis. She passed away like one falling ssleep. In her declining days she bad ben tenderly cared for by her daughter and son, with whom she resided. She wss sn estimable old lady of sterling principle, whose life had been marked by devotion to duty, and who was honored for ber true worth of character. She had resided in New Ha ven for over forty years. Her age was sixty-four. She leaves to mourn her loss two sons, Dennis and Charles McCuen, snd two daughters, Mrs. Nellie Bast, wife of George E. East of M Edwards street, with whom the deceased made her home, and Mlas Rose McCuen. The funeral services will be held to-morrow morning at Bt Mary's church. ttVBAX Jt. 0CBAXTOX. Death of an Old and Highly Respected Lady of Maul ton. The death of Susan R. Dowd, wife of Sereno H. Soranton, which took place at her home on Boston street In Madison at 6 o'clock Saturday evening, removes one of the best known and most re spected women of that town. She died from the effects of cholera morbus after a short Illness. Her age was eighty years. She leaves a husband, Sereno H. Scranton, one of the oldest and best known citizens of Madison, now in in firm health. The children of the de ceased are Mrs. Seth Q. Johnson and Charles W. Scranton, the banker, both of this city, Edward S. Scranton of Philadelphia, Mrs. William W. Hart of Germantown, Pa., and J. Samuel Scran ton of Madison. Mrs. 8cranton had been a member of the Congregational church of Madison for many years and was prominent In the work there. She was a lady of fine traits of character and was greatly liked by all who knew her. Her death comes as a great bereavement in her Immediate family and will be lamented by a large circle of friends. The funeral of the deceased will be attended from her late residence in Madison to-day at 4:30 p. m. NO FEAR OF PIMPLES OK BLACKHEADS If you use Woodbury's Facial Soap. It is a pure antiseptic, medicinal toilet soap for daily use, prepared by a specialist who has bad ao years experience treating; the skin. Drug gists sell it. 0QDB a ferae' am "l Rnm. nf ImftA- tlons, A book ea DermstolotT with every cake H. F. BL0GG & BRO., , Cash or Credit HOME FURNISHERS, Utptl Strest, Kiw laves, Coca FULL LINK OF Folding Beds, Parlor Fnrnitnre, Carpets, UUolotos, Beds, Bab? uamages, Mattresses, Parlor and Cook 8toves. Character is Credit store onea 7a.m. to 6:30 n.m Saturday em Monday evenings to S. When an article has been sold for 23 years and its sales have increased each year, in spite of competition and cheap imitations, it must have supe rior quality and absolute uni formity and purity. Dobbins' Electric Soap has been con stantly made and sold since 1869, more each year. Can the sale of an inferior article constantly increase for 23 years ? This soap is to-day, as ever, the best, the purest, fam ily soap made. It contains no adulteration of any kind, and is intrinsically the cheapest soap made, because it will go so far, and do such perfec. work. Ask your grocer for it DON'X d carefully (he dlrec- ?m Hons around each bar, also FAIL what Is said on the nrama ' ' Wrapper. Be sore that our name appears on eaoh, as there are man; inferior imitations' palmed off as the gnn ine Dobbins' Electric None genuine withou t the name on the wrapper of DOBBINS SOAP MFG. CO. Surjoessors to I. L. Oragtn ft Oo., ' Philadelphia, Pa. BEECHER and BENNETT, Funeral Directors and , Embalmers, Kb. 280 Elm St., Broadway Square. . i , UAX AMU ClUtUT. Telephone J0. 57M. jy288m ELY'S :atabrf Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed. . .'...-Cleanses the '.Nasal Passages, - Allays Pain and Inflammation, Heals the Sores, V Protests Uie Membrane from 'Additional Cold. Restorer the Sense, of Tiwe ana Sraeu. JTWUi OTJKB. I ' . A Mrtide. i. armltwl Intn a.-.. Wnt8, at flric"WV or by ' tri.t nwrvr M .ha . twsntif Warrea street, New Kork, - SI 1 1 IMstrlot of Mew Haven, ss. Probate Court,! 17ISTATI of ISAAC W. II 1MB, lata of New J Havm, In .aid dlMrlet, dnrnued. The adminlatrnlur wpramtt the eMate In solvmt aud pray the appointment of ooia- DiltiUuiixr. UirrMio. , GltfjKKKD Thmt eommlanloners to reoetve and exainlne the claim, of the creditor, of Mid eaial. be ppnlnud at eourt of probate to be hold at Hum Haven, within and forth district of New Haven, oo the Sd day of Au. glut, 1MM, at H o'clock, fiirenoon i of whloh ail pernon In intATMt will take notice and ap pear, If they rati., and be heard thron. jyvi t A. UKA AUn auMBBimifl, rfuqyq. A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SlYEEFS INFALLIBLE LIKIMENT. Pnnuinl from th rnolns of Dr. Stenhen Sweet of Oonnuotiout, tb rreat Natural Bun Sutter. Haa been used for more than 60 year, and I tb beat knowa remedy for Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, Sprain., Ilrulaat, Uurna, (Ait, rrouno auu au external lujunoa. C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor, Sole Agent, grauisions, See. I Great Reduction on Hieh Prices TN Poultry and Meats at B. Bchamberger A X Son's. Head the following reduced prion: Round steak onlv 10 to 14c lb. we Mil svarerlb and saiuaire for 10c ; a wood barsalu rack steak only vc lb ; porterhouse steak 14 and sua lb : loin stoak. verv oholoe out. I4o to lao. SS per cent, reduction on our recent price. Bariraln here for everyone. Come early, Saturday mornings especially. Order deliv ered at ihort notice aud strict attention to all customers. JUDSON'S FRTTIT8 In profusion California Pears, Plums, Aprloots, Cherries. Delaware Peaohes, Staten Island Blackberries, Delaware and Niagara Grape. Suparloaf Pines, sweet Melons. Now centrally located. 867 Chapel Street, xixcnanae Bunaing, Old stand of J, H. Bents. Telephone 7H4-H8. Fresh Fruits. Havana Pines (1.20 per dozen. XX Sugar Loafs. Watermelons. Cherry Currants. Red Raspberries. Blackberries. Try Bitter Hop Ale. Have You Ever Used "Dead Stuck" For your Bugs f Try It. AT THE OLD STAND, E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st. SOMETHING NEW ! Worthy of an Introduction. In cans containing one small pig ham, weighing 1 lbs each. GILBERT & THOMPSON. H I. WBL0H- & sour OFFER Fine Southern Sweet Potatoes 60o pk. Watermelons Jnmbo Watermelons ... 500 to arrive Friday morning your oholoe 26 and 80o eaoh: They are the best cutters we have had this season. Extra fine Citron Melons at low prices. We can sell you fine Lemons 12c doz. Extra large, juioy Table Oranges 85o dozen:' ' A few cases left of those Whortleber ries in Lightning jars, lOo. The jar alone is worth the price. For this warm weather drink MOXIE NERVE FOOD. Our Fancy Elgin Creamery Butter at 23o lb is finer than ever. Kindling Wood 8 bbls 11.00 Large 8 lb oans Baked Beans 10c can; bargain. Baby Olives only lOotoottle. Canned Lunoh Tongue, Boned Turkey and Chicken. Now Is tne time tot use Frank Par sons' goods Sure Death to Waterbugs, Good-bye to Bedbugs and Ants, Fatal Food for Rats and Mice, Buffalo Death for Carpet Bugs and Moths. The above goods sold with a guarantee. D. M. WELCH & SON, 28 and 80 Congress Avenue, Branch 8 Grand Avenue. Campbell Avenue, West Haven. WASHBURN CROSBY CO. " SUPERLATIVE." The Leading Bread Flour of the .' World. , . J. D. BEWEIiL & CO., , WJipleeftle Agents, v 239 State . Street, New Haven. 973 State street, near Edwards. The . Best Quality ot Tea and Coffee Is Our Specialty. New customers express their delight with the quality of our goods and-are glad to find a tea store they can nave confidence In, We humbly invite you to come and see. JylS f . r A.BHTDEN. J Steam gdtuattoti MECHANICAL DBAWIWJ. ' PEltfll'KiTIVE. MATHKUATICH, MaVJHASlMM, BTO. Hartford onto, lialltmielu Uuild'f . AddrMs lent, to No Haven ofnve. U1S IT W Kb) LEY AN ACADEMY. IIOTHSeiaa, Nln Courai. SawiallMala CbMnloa, An aud Muslfl. Knlarswd mU vmoot Iiimww upriuradvantasit modi rata namae. lath year. Open. twin. It. IHni ruroauloiiueaddrnw Uev. n'M. li. Nkuai.U Prtn.. WllCraliam. Mw. Jy endMl j dessacer-troostwyk"1 SCHOOL OF MUSIC. 1lTRatl StrMl. Thorousn muatoal luoatlon after the met hi Vtiln.rnano, Ortan, Slnslng. Flute, tlart. onette. Cornet, Praaoh Horn, Viols, "ClloJ Doulil but. Mandolin, Bandurrta, Harmon) and Bnsembl Playtrts. WruoUon alngl uS In oIum. AppUoaote recalved dally from l ' to 1 sua 4 to 4 p.m. tf TStCHAPBtrTTHItBT. gattt!0, 011s; tc. EVERYTHINi To Make Your Rome Beautiful and Ufa Happy. WHITE ENAMEL, BATH ENAMEL, VARNISH STAINS, GOLD PAINTS, RBADY KOH USB. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street, ConrterBulldlnf, K ewH avaa .Oo n n . THE FINEST LINl OF WALL PAPERS AT LOWEST PRICES, ON EXHIBITION A1 The Broadway Wall Paper Store. Come and examine our goods snd you will be surprised at our prloes for beautiful oom. blnation. , . 'E. R. JEFFCOTT. PAINTINO and DEOO RATING in all thelf several branches don well and promptly. Estimates given. E. H. JEFFCOTT, 561 Elm Street, corner of York, DXisceUancous. Railway and Steamship Tickets. Tickets to Europe $10 and upwards. TICKETS to Chautauqua, from New York and return. 10. Agent for Henry Oaz. & Sons, European and American Tourists, Steamship and Railway Tickets to all points. Steamboat tickets to New York. Stateroom! and berths seourod In advanoe. Baggagt called for and oheoked through. Aocldenl 89 Center street. Telephone call tOT-4. COMMISSION BUSINESS. We offer our services to the public to buj and sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, etc, on oommlssinn. . , - Our experience and extensive aoquaintanc'. enable us to buy and sell well. Business soj llcited. BespeotfuUy, ...... W.&R.F00TE, apaotf SO State Street. " IDE ALi TON& THE beat Artificial Stone In the market foi sidewalks, driveways, mill, shop and bars floors, cellar bottoms, curbing. Doping, eto. ' All orders promptly executed and satlafao. tion guaranteed. ' , ' A. D. FANSLOW, 52 Lafayette Btreet, Jal8tf (P. O. Box 868) New Haven. THEODORE KEILER, r UNDERTAKER, 162 ORANGE' STREET, (Near Court street.) Telephone No. 857- VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED BY . , FAKNHAM . Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed, orders left at BRADLEY D ANN' 8, 408 State Street, ROB'T. VEITCH SON. 974 Chapel Street, LINSLBY, ROOT CO. '8, 38 Broadway Will receive prompt attention. P, O. Address Box 865. Telephone 485-13. ' ' Donble aii SUile Ws DUMP CART3 ;; Milk Wagons, Butcher Carts, Buggies, Surreys, tjoncenls,'.to., etc : ; HARNESS,:.:; In Stock and Hade to Order, SIEDLEY BROS. & 00.h 171 Brewery Street. .;? ;: COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. WILLIAM , JtNATP fltj' X J ProprtetOra,' 7 - . 106 Court St.,: New Haven, Ct. Work done at short notice, ' mh6tf WILLIAM N. CHAPMAN, ?, ATTOHKEY-AT-AWr ' t( SoBoHar of U. S. aitdfor v Counsel In Pateri. Caiiw i f ,. 'OryiosSi ; !;.';..;,? . NEW HAVEN, CONN:.,':, r) .).(:: : 10 Chnrch 8tit, Boena 9 and. (Monday, Tuesday sod Wodnday4 SPRINGFIHLD, MASS., '.U : i ....... V 1T Main MreeS.', f-K. . s (Thursday, Friday and Saturday-) t Eight years' experience as Examiner in'TJ Patent Office. References to New EngUwJ patents furnished. ; ' - , - - HEAT YOUB HOUOt ; WITH THE CELEBBATBD-' -' ', ' Ilohony Boiler- Steam or Hot Water, Direct or indirect JUdiatlon, ALSO HOT AIR FUR iV ACES. Driven Wells a speoialty. i Engineers' Snnplles. Firet-olaas work cuaranteed. t Faotorv mtmi aii. f , dtod. Personal attention given, tg jpodernlzing V defeotire plumbings. - ' 1 : . SHEAHAW &: OROARTT Fitters and Plumbers, ;,l8lepb0fte 4tti. 285 and 287 8tate Strest. . . v..S . ' - ". ';)- His 1 .