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NEW IF A VEN MORNIN GJOUKNAL AND COURIER. WED N KSDAY, SEPTEMBER b 1894 THE GENUINE r'oiiulerly kuown thrmiiriimit New Kngltiii'l " 1i'kI"' Htaudard 10 cents Cigar fur Quality, yimutily nml Workmanship. MADB D"5T IT". X. OnAVE, Dlret Importer of the finest Vut Itn Atmja Havana Tobaeoo and Manufacturer of Clh'tiri, Corner Htato anil Woniiff tirt. New llaron. Conn. ' 2UsccUancou0. for Work a Specialty. TAILOR MADE. From French Madras, Enjrllsh Oxfords Scotch Cheviots, English Flannels and Wash Bilks S3.70 to S14.00, or goods sold by the NEW MIDSUMMER NECKWEAR. RUSSIAN HEMP, A NOVELTY-Pcrfoctly washable, and sold only by us. Butterfly Tics at 35 cento each, To clean up the lot; were 75c. CHASE & CO., New Haven House Building. Cole agents for Noyes Bros.' (Boston) laun dry Hand-work, and satisfaction guaranteed. - garniture, gtc Carpets. Carpets. OCR 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 oard wood. LOWEST PRICES. STAHL & HEGEL, 8, 10, 12 Church Street. A REPUTATION Is lint easily made, but DU BANT, the Jeweler, has es tablished one lor himBelf as a leader of low prices for Standard Quality Goods. Strictly One Price, and all roods are marked in plain figures. A new line of Sil ver Collarettes and Belt just received at J. H. G. DURANT'S, Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician, 65 Church street, opp. P. 0. WELLS & GUNDE, Watchmakers and, Jewelers, Toll line Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Ware. KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS. No. 788 Chapel Street. pUscellaucous. The best for Driveways, Cellar and Shop Floors, Copings, and all kinds of Artificial Stone Work. "Estimates furnished by The Manufacturers, 0. D. ROBINSON & C(L wySQtf 4 STATE STREET. H s&s$t T IMS1M ARE STAMPED attttdrtts. DO YOU WANT Yoor Carpels Eriiitenei The Sloths Killed, and the Dust Removed ? WE CAN DO IT. Lace Curtains Of the finest qualities oleaned without lujury We are especially fitted up for this work. Dyeing and Cleaning Of Men'. Suits and Overcoats, Ladles' Dresses, etc. Laundering Of Shirts, Collnrs, Cuffs, Underclothing. THE FORSYTH CO.. OFFICES 873 CHAPEL STREET, 845 . " . 23 BROADWAY, STATE, LAWRENCE and MECHANIC STREETS. Telephone 854-2 and 8. WE OFFER The balance of our Refrigerators At marvelously low prices in order to close them out. All our Refrigerators are the Jewett's and none better sold in the oity. We have a few Gas Cooking Stoves Left whioh we shall offer for the next 30 days at less than cost. They ar the cheapest ' and most economical gas stove on the market to-day. Mow is the time to have your Furnaces Looked over and put in ord$r foit&e rnmiTitr WintsAtv Wa avjk Vn-ortino 1 furnace men, and all orders will re ceive prompt attention. . Gas Fixtures, Furnaces, Ranges, In great variety. Steam and Hot Water Heating,' Sani tary Plumbing, etc. THE ARNOLD CO. STATE AND CROWN STREETS. 1 large assortment of hard wood Refrigerators and other kinds, which will he sold cheap to reduce stock. Please, call and ex amine. 639 Grand Avenue S. E. DIBBLE. REFRIGERATORS. THE standard Refrigerator of to-day Is the EDDY. Made strictly first-class In Pine tnorougniy sun ansa, nesvur pain tea, oeau tlfully grained and varnished. They are su perior to any narawooa nox maae. Examine them at 3 BO STATE STREET. SILAS GALPIN. Plumbing and Gasf itting. J. H. Buckley, 179 Church at COOKING BY HEAT FROM GAS ! Invaluableforoomfort.eonvenlenceand econ omy in Summer. Food-more perfectly cooked than by direct beat from coal. ' Ranges, with or without water heaters, hot plates, ovens, sad-iron heaters, etc., etc., sold, set up and warranted by the New Haven Gas Light Co., ' No. 80 CROWN STREET. COMPRESSED AIR Carpet . Cleaning Works. ; wiixiak r. KNAFP & CO., 1 Proprietors, 106 Court St., New Haven, Ct. ' Work done at abort notloe. mhagtf ONE OF THE HUNDREDS RECEIVED. I take great pleasure in rec ommending Everybody's Friend as an fnvaluable cure for rheumatism or pain in any part of the body, and alao tor removing stains from clothing. ' Yours respectfully. WM. 0. SKINNER, Asst. Sunt. John Hancock Ins. Co: - Druggists- soil it. Prepared only by Samuel F. Whittlesey, 8M DUweU avenue, ew usvea, uonn. mm. KILLED UK AH fir, LIE DOCK. Hrakeman Patrick Clark's UnlUu.ly Daath White Coupling Care. Patrick Clark, a brakeman on the Consolidated road, was crushed to death at 8:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon be- tween two cars at Pocket dock, near Belle dock. For some time past Clark had been employed on the switch trains at the Belle dock freight yard. Yester day afternoon witch engine No. 71 was backing down the track attached to a loaded car,. Clark ran down the track ahead of the car Intending to couple a loaded coal car to the train. Clark reached the car In safety and attempted to pull out the coupling pin, but the pin stuck, and although he tugged at It with all his might ana main the pin would not budge. The train kept backing down upon hlm.and when It had almost reached him he atttempted to jump off the track. In doing so his foot became caught In the (tacks and held him a prisoner. The engine and car backed down on htm, crushing him between the bumpers and knocked him flat on the tracks under the wheels. Clark was instantly killed, but the wheels of the car pushed his body along the tracks for a distance of about twenty-five yards, horribly mangling It. The engine was stopped as soon as pos sible and the mangled remains lifted from beneath the wheels and tenderly laid along side the track. Medical Examiner White was sum moned, and after investigating the circumstances of the case rendered a verdict of accidental death, and gave permission for the body to be removed to his late residence, at the corner of East and St. John streets. While Medi cal Examiner White was conducting the Investigation Clark's eighteen-year-old son came running down the track to the place where his dead father was ly ing covered by an old blanket. The boy attempted to reach his father, but was held back by the police. Clark was forty-two years old, and had resided In this city for several years. ' He leaves a widow and two children. The body was taken In charge by Undertaker Sisk, and re moved to his late home at St. John and East streets. COURT KECORD. Probate Court Judge Robertson. Yesterday was an unusually busy one In this court and several insolvent es tates were disposed of. The estate of Nicholas Countryman, the contractor and builder, who several months ago was compelled to make an assignment, will pay fifty cents' on the dollar. Lu cius B. Hlnman was the trustee of the estate. The general claims amount ed to $9,241.44 and these were paid on th basla' of 50 per cent. The. preferred claims, .were paid In full. , Attorneys Hatry waAaher -and 8. A. York,, werlkijwointed commis sioners on the Insolvent' estate of the Craft Refrigerating and Machine com pany by Judge Robertson. '- Dennis Kane was appointed trustee on. the Insolvent estate of John M. Kehoe, the- State street 'saloonkeeper. A compromise with the creditors will probably be made on a bsfriu of twenty cents on the dollar; it'':' Florist George A. DickermaHf was: given- em allows-newof v$9 owt of the proceeds of his tjlpelyt-ratabsfr: Ernest C; Sharp) trrefleymburbuilder,.' has withdrawn his assignment; havlnr effected a settlement with his Hred (tors on a basis of 25 per cent. ' . CI tyCourt Criminal Side Judge Cable. Joseph Pascqiiarello, non-support, judgment suspended; Peter Squneglia, seduction, nolle; David1' A. Tobln, breach of the peace, $10 fine, $7.06 costs; Patrick Griffin, breach of the peace, $7 fine, $.706 costs; Thomas W. Cartwright, breach of the. peace, $25 fine. $8.04 costs; David Carlton, breach of the peace, nolle, drunk, nolle; Cor nelius Howard, trespass, $5 fine, $6.24 costs; Philip McDermott, breach of the peace, nolle on payment of $6 fine; An tonio Femiccl, theft, $l:fine, $7.06 costs; Charles Brunhoefen throwing circulars on street, nolle, conspiracy, $20 fine, $6.34 costs; Herman Bache, Ernest Vol landt, Henry Martin, John: Kommer, and George Swansen, conspiracy, $20 fine, $6.33 costs each; Joseph Brown, reform school complaint, discharged; Nicholas Ross, reform school complaint, discharged. Connecticut Tobacco. 1 "Rusticus," writing to the New York Tobacco Leaf, dates his letter from "The Connecticut Valley." In copying the excerpt below it may hardly be ne cessary to say that a majority of the tobacco-farmers of the Connecticut val ley are not quite so badly discouraged as this would indicate. "Rusticus" says: .- . .! :; ) - ' 2 There Is a very general feellnjc among our best tobacco grower's that they hive got' to turn their attention to some oth er kinds of farming, as there is really no adequate return for the long-continued labor1 necessitated by the -growing of tobacco. There Is no , let Up from spring until spring comes again. We hear of one very intelligent grower who says he Intends to seed to grass the dozen acres now 'deVoted "to tobacco. He claims a surejj'rofit in growing hay, as he gets from an outlay of fifteen dollars for fertilizers per ' acre, a re turn of at least four tons "of hay to the acre. He. of ten gets, five tons at two mowings. :In this, way jhe .wear :nd tear caused by the continuous Watching and worrying watching eveny aloud, fearing disaster at any moment from hall, or later from an uritlmelv frost Is avoided. Then only binders are wanted, as It Is claimed that our do mestic leaf Is unfit for wrappers. This Is the way this gentleman-talks', and we know that ne-ittWri,ilepfsehts a large number of afl-owertff'-l'nSowe of habit keeps a mtWltf mSbfcWn the fact that they: haWxpefSMve build lnes all ready i. b;iR' business' keens very many rrie eultfvallg'-' tobacco who are heartily sic n Hjrd the business. Occasional!? T4t i jlelds a profit, but too ortett-the -talWre' sheet discloses an actnal'Jrjs-'';'''"-. ; ; -Dean's Rhetinite' f m J abMrateHr' Wire rheumatism . irnrt BWWiUU; -liwyfregfr. I-E HMOS Ah JOTTiSeB. New Rang Faopl. and I'MIr Joraylgs and Ontlna-oihr Nat. Mr. Wlllyg L. Denalow and family of Bristol street are .pending the month of September In Avon, this state, with friends of Mrs. Denslow. B. 8. Bradley and wife left yesterday for New Canaan, Conn., on their vaca tion, which will Include a trip to the national encampment of the 0. A. R. at Pittsburg, Pa., and various battlefields. Theodore A. Potter of the firm of Howland A Potter of Chapel street, and Mlaa Mattle B. Bockwlth of Waterford. will be married, to-day. The bride Is a sister of Mr, Potter s deceased wife. The wedding trip will Include Niagara Falls and other points of Interest. Mr. Albert Zunder, of the firm of M. Zunder & Co., has returned from Sara toga. He was there In company with his brother-in-law, Mr. I. Chase of Wa terbury. Mrs. Paul Skiff Is back from a pleas ant summer In the mountains. Miss Marlon F. Dwyer has returned from a visit In the country. John Todd and family of Orchard street have left the city for two weeks. Dr. J. B. Sayles has returned to this city after an absence of two years. During this time he has been engaged In study In Harvard and Columbia uni versities, and returns after a course in both these excellent medical schools. Elmer E. Decker, formerly In the clerical service of the Consolidated rail road In this city. Is now the prosperous proprietor of a hotel in San Francisco. Coroner Mix has gone to Canada on a ten days' fishing trip. Attorney Wal ter Pond officiates as coroner in his absence. Miss Marie Dillon of Lombard street gave a reception Monday evening In honor of her guests, Miss Marie NIhlll and Miss Kathleen Lynche of New Britain. Among those present were the Misses Nellie and Mamie Garrity, Genevieve Keee, Ellen O'Brien, Helen Bracken, Marie NIhlll, Kathlen Lynche, Messrs. James O'Connor, William Hack ett, Richard English, James Fahy, James Rellly, Edward Toole, Martin Reynolds, Thomas Shanahan, James O'Brien and Peter Kain. Dr. Beardsley of St. Thomas' is back from a trip to Europe and occupied his pulpit Sunday. Miss Sophie Kellogg of York square left Saturday for a visit to her sister in Northampton, Mass. The wedding of Everett Gleeson Hill, Yale '94, and; Miss Emily Mabel Paul mier of 98 CJay street took place last Sunday at tbje residence of. the bride. It was a quiet 'affair, and was attended by only a few intimate friends. After the ceremony "Mr. and Mrs. Hill left for their new home In Harlem Center, where they were welcomed by a large number of friends. (- ; . ,, junn ,pvown ine ueorge pireei par-, ness maker and royal tanist of the or- der of Scottish Clans, Chief George t. Bone and Pa4,f. Chief George Wallace of Clan McLeod left forNew York yester day morning to attend the special meeting of the royal clan of the order of Scottish Clans, which con vened in the -Metropolitan hotel yester day. " Tenth C. V, Reunion. The annual reunion of the Tenth reg iment, C. V., .will be held at the Win throp house, Merlden, on Monday, Sep tember 10. . REPUBLICAN ST4TE COXTMSTIOS. The Official Notification of this Event Pri maries In the Several Towns. To the republican electors of the state of ConnectlpUt: A republican state convention for the nomination of candidates for state, of fices will be held In Fool Guard ar mory hall at Hartford, on Tuesday t)nd Wednesday, the 18th and 19th days of September, 1894. The opening session will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 18th, at 8 p. m., for the presentation of credentials and tempo rary organization.. The second day's session will begin at 10 a. m. and wW be devoted to the nomination of candidates for state of fices, the adoption of a party platform, and the transaction of such other busi ness as may be properly brought be fore 4he convention. All electors, without regard to past party affiliation, who believe that th welfare of the1, state and nation will be most surely promoted by republican success at the polls next November, and wno intend to, support tne repuoiicau state ticket this year, are cordially In vited to participate in the primaries for the selection of delegate to this con vention. . : i.'., I Each town is entitled to twice as many, delegates In, the convention, as It has represerrtMlyes In the lower house of the general assembly. In .accordance with the rules or fhe party, the following Additional notices are given: ' , 1 1. AH primaries In the several towns for the appointment of delegates to amr convention Bhall be held at least five days before the meeting of said con vention; upon at least two days nonet but if anv town committee shall fail !to cair primaries upon the provisions iof this rule, the members or the state committee for the ristriot in which such town committee resides shall call the necessary primaries upon reasonable notice. , V ":'. ; 2. It shall be Ut duty of the chair jman of each town-committee to send a conv of the credentlala.uZ the delegates tf his town to,the ecretaqf of the Re publican State Central committee at least four days before we convention. i Per order of, the Republican State Central committee, --".: Herbert E.' Benton, Chairman, i Austih Bralnard. Secretary. . Hard W Please. ; "You will have to give me 'another, broom," said a visitor to the hotel man' ager. '. i "What's the matter; Are'nt you com portable where you are?" ,, 1 -. '. J "Well, not exactly. That -German musician in the neat room1 and I tfon't et along well. Last, night he tooted away on his clarinet so that I thought X would never get to sleep. After -I ad got a few winks I was awakened jby a pounding on my door. "What's the matter?' I asked. . "Of you blease,' fcald the German, 'dot you vould schnpre tof der same Key. Sou vas ge from B flat to G, und ltjcbpolU der moosior Harlem Life. . -" 1, - ft i -.T- ,t. Jt ' ThetwordD.il JUevrJ. New London, Aug. 11. Not many days ago Captain Ben Latham of the famous swordflsh smack Battle Ham blln broke all Yankee awordflshing records by taking In a single cruise of five days sixty-six swordflsh, all of which were notably large and powerful. Tha total baa- of nme. which was oiled lgh on the deck of the Hattle, a moun tain of fish, as she came laboring Into port, weighed Just 19.800 pounds. Cap tain Ben sold his game for seven cents a pound, which netted him and his crew $1,186, about aa much money aa many a fishing crew take for Its en tire catch ft a season. Since tnat famous cruise Captain Ben and his men have taken another run out to the edge of the gulf stream, hunting the big game, and a day or two ago the Hattle came Into port with fifty-one big swordflsh. The biggest fish this time weighed (39 pounds, and the whole catch averaged In weight 250 pounds. This catch fetched $1,275 In the Boston market CEHTEBBOARD OOlfE. Th Vigilant Maots with Another Aeeldeat Hay Have Btrask a Book. Cowes, Sept. 4. The Vigilant has met wlthanother mishap, which may possi bly prevent her starting in to-morrow's race with the Britannia for the Cape May cup. On her passage from Portland to this place yesterday she reached a point in side the Needles, near Hathergood Point, at 1 o'clock. A sudden shock was felt, indicating that she had struck a rock or some other obstruction, and it was found that she had lost her centerboard. Howard Gould and Mr. Boyd, who were sitting at luncheon, had a narrow escape from serious Injury. As the boat struck the crank flew from the centerboard winch and struck the center of the table, at which they were sitting, with such force as to break off a large piece of the top. The cog were torn from the windlass and the entire centerboard apparatus was generally disarranged. Captain Haft Is not certain that the boat struck, though he Is not prepared to say that she did not. He thinks It possible to have the boat repaired In time to start In the race. If not, he says he will race without the board. Neither of the Goulds will be on board the Vigi lant to-morrow, nor will the steam yacht Atalanta accompany the Vigilant on account of the death in the family of Mrs. Gould's mother. Boston, Sept. 4. A cable dispatch to the Boston Evening Herald from Cowes says: Mr. George J. Gould has just arrived here from Paris and has been in con sultation with the committee of the Royal -Sqtaadron Yacht club. That centerboard has come to grief again, for in the passage to Cowes yes terday, and wh&ti working up the Solent, inside the Needles, her center- plate struck on the rocks and got dam aged so that it will require overhauling, and this will take two days. Tne race nas Deen agreed upon for to morrow at 8 o'clock, and, with the Vlg ilant's centerboard broken, she will be handicapped if started. Gould, however, does not flinch, but says lie will race his boat as she is, but wants the privilege of putting four tons of lead In place to make up for the loss of the weight of the board. The secretary of the Royal Yacht Squadron has telegraphed the Prince of Wales, who is now in Hamburg, the condition of affairs, and also Mr. Gould's proposition. No answer has been received up to 3 o'clock, so that It Is not known whether the Prince of Wales will allow his yacht to race or not. A great fleet of yachts is here, and they will follow the racers over, the course. FJBST CARS RUN Over the New Street Railroad The Edge- wood Road Begin. Buslnej.. The first car over the Edgewood Street Railroad company's line was run yes terday afternoon, and the residents along the line were given the oppor tunity to take a free ride, which hun jdreds enjoyed. From the green the company will use the tracks of the Win chester avenue line up Chapel and Col lege to George street. At College street the Edgewood company have their own wires connecting with the wires of the New Haven Street Railway company, Which has contracted to furnish the !power for two years. The ' line continues un George street to Sherman avenue and up the latter to Natl Street, where the tracks will ter minate for the present It is a little over a mile and a half long. There Is one switch. .The company have receiv ed two closed cars, patterned after the new cars of the New Haven street rail' road. They are weU equipped and are finished in cherry. Other cars will be traded aa needed. - The cars will commence running from the green this morning, the first car leaving at a. m.t and continue run ning every fifteen minutes until 11 p.m, From Nott street the first car will leave at 6:16 a. mi The permanent signs In Ved and silver letters will read "Edge- wood Avenue and George Street" The end signs,' "To Nott Street" and "To Church Street." will be changed at the lend of each run. ! Through , cars will not be run until the West river bridge ia rebuilt. The toad is nearly completed to Westvllle. Arrangements will be mad this fall to run the rest of the line, changing care at West river. . , -. NO PEAR OP PIMPLES :t . -, Oik . aUWaOfXaaSABS ; , If: jrpa use Woodbury's Facial I Soap. it is a pare antiseptic, i medicinal toilet soap for daily use, I prepared 1y a Specialist "who has hart OA VHM' - - - . I akin.; Drug ' gists sell it. . j Usaa. AAtaDrwMUeiltwHfeevveake. 0000 Annex. Farmers AdvlMd riaat Appte Or. .hard. Years ago a great many more apples were raised upon Connecticut farms than are produced at present There was a time when apples sold in ordina ry seasons only at very low prices, and farmers made very little account of the fruit except for cider. Orchards were neglected and their decadence became marked and rapid. Insect enemies of the apple multiplied and were extreme ly destructive. Scientific horticultur ists studied and experimented and at last came to the conclusion that spray ing with poisons was the only effectual means of fighting these peats. But farmers generally have been slow to re sort to this method In their orchards, although they have used it In their po tato fields freely enough. They decided that the apple crop was not a profita ble one, and allowed It to be destroyed. While the old orchards became worth less, and In many cases were cut down, comparatively few" new ones were planted. Some farmers - have chosen to set out peach orchards, and others have taken a fancy to small fruits. No fruit has been so neglected of late years as the apple, unless It be the cherry. As a result apples are scarce nearly everywhere east of the Alleghanles. Good apples are worth more than oranges. New orchards are not coming Into bearing fast enough to supply the home demand. The best apples can be grown In Connecticut, and everything appears to indicate that it will be profitable to produce them in the future. . Probably farmers will make no mistake in planting an apple orchard of good varieties upon land well drained either naturally or otherwise, and giving It proper care in every way. A rough hillside of little value for other purposes may be an ad mirable location for an apple orchard. gvovisions, c. A Truthful Advertisement IT Is true that every purchaser of any of our fine Teas has lust saved ten cents on each pound Wo Tea for 70c, 70o for 6U0, 6)0 for 59c, IWc for 40c. Our Teas and Coffees are equal to any In the city. Bryden's East Rock Tea Store, 973 State Street, near Edwards. ALWAYS A RUSH ! MCCAULIFF still victorious, and so are we over high prtoes. Poultry and Meats very cheap this week. See our prices : The finest steak you want to eat for Do lb, 8 lbs for Z5c : nice lean oorned beef only 3c lb, very choice poultry 10 12c lb, turkeys lie, apring- cnicif ens xoe, leg. laaw 42191, augur uureo. hams 13c, shoulders Sc. at the old stand of 1,2, 3 Central Market, Congress Avenue. Telephone 41M D. M. WELCH & SOI .; OFFER ?".' Carload, of Fine Cooking -Potatoes, at' only 76c per bushel. 100 bbls fanoy Delaware Sweet Potatoes at only 30o peck. Fanoy gilt edge Creamery Butter 27o lb. " Table butter 'a ana zoc id. A fine full cream Cheese 10c lb. A Carload of Fine Fruit- , 100 baskets Peaches, 76o basket. 50 baskets Plums, for canning. Damsons and Green Gages only 40o basket - - , Worlds of fine ripe TomatoesNow is the time to buy. . . Flour is low; buy. before the advance. Sugar will be higher. Many other grand bargains. Remember this is the season for Frank Parsons' Specialties : Sufe Death to Waterbugs, "Good-bye" for Bedbugs and Ants, Fatal Food, for Rats and Mice, and Buffalo Death for Carpetbuga and Moths. The above goods sold with guarantee. D. M. WELCH & SON, 28 and 80 Congress Avenue, Branches 175 Campbell Avenue. West Haven. 8 Grand Avenue; Fair Haven. SOMETHING HEV Worthy of an Introduction. In cant containing one small pig ham, weighing 1 lbs each. GILBERT & THOMPSON. LAIB'S TOITG-UE. Another tot of those delicious pickled Lambs' Tongues at 0 and 6O0 jar. Received to-day 160 choice ripe Wa termelons at 20 and 25o. - Delaware Peaphes fresh daily. NEW Mixed piokling Spioes. ' AT TBS OLD STAND, E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State si Y j "SUPERLATIVE." The Leading Bread Flour of the J.D. I)EWELL&.CO I , Wholesale Agents,?. . 239 State Streett New Haven; CALIFORNIA, Ka MSatPMHimtaM WeMrtom Points). u TexCUMIONS, ,rH GUosgB, 8sJm Mh, Md UrtmmVm.- SMWmTROUTI, towtsr saTce. - ' TW krailnw llltit tnUwjnS tm4 IiiIwomIW Irm. F. I. SHEARER, IbMgOT ll Clin St, Chion JOSEPH BIOOS, M, Hum Omt GtSOat ' La Miiur n a ss M m as gducatton. MHsi Tlffil owwi4i l'5?,i4ja,S!2ii!Er,m",. eV? . Til alas 4mou .' " 1 11 n ; umun na NICHOLS, pirU. Primary. lntrmlui mit aa.. 'Z Dopartmanu. Special .tudent. admttiedTcoU - . - , -....II. vircuiar. wim oouraoa or Z.f-u,nlo pplleat Ion. au Blm west end lNSTrrirrk, 66 r",XV.TU87 AVBNU& Mr and MlW wiiJdSv ' ftl'uand DaySnhool r.nt KldJ'"'.'' MThres Drparlmm " 5i"d."lnlrt?n. Intormedlata and lu.Htut.. : inDlllUlC rr ,mruCTiiara Inquire at th. school. .1 lm rvawii: VU'.?K8 RATLIN'S rVvsri mm mm a..-.. " "' ami aim ,, B3 "S.TCHK1SS 08B0RN, ItMume. Loajon. In Vocal Culture . ooaiiuiture suSt lm u"7 "epi. lain. f?p inaurane BulMlns. THE ETJlKRAnw BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. US Sher mau avenue. tn Mia... n.!Z. , d.T pals. Heopeoa Sept. tfl. Primary tTae! Preparation for tflirh Sohruii TZZ.i??3 and College. " VS , KI.VDKHniRTVH 1 v r .7..T.. It Llvermore. Kindergarten and Ele. mentary School at 91 Olive Mroat re opens Soptomber it). Language mmSo and drawing without extra ,hrT i1.!. ' forohliaren. - ,nSs,7t ' WESLKVAV iriniriiv" 1 aim wubiu, baiArtriMi en Bnae. nth year. Opens Sept. 13. lm, irueaddreM Rev. W. K. Nswbalu Prln.. Wll r or uamm MKCH A NIfi ! 1 1, nn 1 wiKti '' .""Nsr, 17Churoh street. letter, to New Haven offioe. au IS It F.A. VOWIiKR'iiarHnni.iiD uitmi PIANO, Voice, Organ. Violin, Harmony. . -vfcW HPpt- 4nn he teachers are F. A. Fowler. Fran Mlloke, Dr. John a Griggs (of Metropolitan College of Muaio. N. If.,) and other competent assistants. Pupils can commence at any time. Lessons are alii -riven at pupils' resldenoe when desired. Send '. forclroular. aadwm lUeoona Ueaaou DESSAUER-TR008TWYK SCHOOL OF MUSIC. ' Bftfrinninv RAnt ith Trtm I-' -' B -" ' MIBH uuiniia Will UB lUKUU iftor the methods of European Conservato J Instruction In Classes a Specialty. Address 781 Chapel Street. VOCAL INSTRUCTION. J. JEROME HAYES WILL RESUME TEACHING MONDAY . SEPT. 8d, . at 82 Church street, Room 37. " slim SXtsctlXaueoiis. THEODORE KEILER, UNDERTAKER, 162 ORANGE STREET, (Near Court street.) Telephone No. 8574, Railway W OWE8T rates to all tmlnti. JLi Staterooms and bertha seeuted id ad-. vanoe. . ; ' 'Baggage called for and checked to destl-- . Accident Insuranoe. ''.' Agency for Henry Oaze A Son's tours. JOHN MORSE, 6v Center street, Benedict Buildln?. : Telephone call 407-4. 1 . aulttt Brieht's Disease, Diabetes, and Other Diseases of the Kidneys; Bladder and Stomach Cured. : Information Free which win Astound " and Convince the Most Skeptical. - No stamp necessary for Information. Address REV. DR. L. E. HALL, , Pastor First Baptist Church. -, Hattlesburg, Mlsa. . ". o- --'. .', p. O. BOX No. 709, New Orleans, La. : Name paper. ' '. . Iy9s WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN, ACTORNEr-AT-tAW '' 'T Solicitor of U. S. and Foreign Patents i Counsel in Patent Causes. "Orrioaj: ;; ; ,' jv k NEW HAVEN, CONN, '..i.'-'-.'j I ',: .::,'. 70 Cburcb Street, Koomi 8 aad 4. i (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.) SPRINGFIELD, MASS., .'. ,.f ' 817 Main Street; ,;" i:'':' (Thursday, Friday and Saturday.) i Eight years' experience as Examinerjn ratent umce. 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