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JNE W 11 A VEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER' 6 1894
THE GENUINE
IVpularly known throughout Xew EiirIihuI a thflhlfihest Standard 10 cent Cigar
lor yuuiity, yuamuy
plrect Importer of the lined Vuclta Abajo Havana Tobaouo and Manufacturer
ui cigars,
fornnr Rut and Wooaler 8tnwt, New nTn, Conn.
JlXisccUaucous.
fur Work a Specialty.
TAILOR MADE.
From French Madras, English Oxfords
fcotch Cheviots, English Flannels and Wash
fUlka.S3.7S to S14.00, or goods gold by the
yard NEW
MIDSUMMER NECKWEAR.
RUSSIAN HEMP,
A NOVELTY Perfectly washable, and sold
only by us.
Butterfly Ties at 35 cents each,
To clean up the lot; wereTBo.
CHASE & CO.,
New Haven House Building.
Eole spent for Noyes Bros.' (Boston) Laun
dry Hand-work, and satisfaction
guaranteed.
Carpets.
Is.
OUBSavJKOJ?
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 oardwood.
LOWEST PRICES.
STAHL & HEGEL,
8,10, 12 Church Street.
A REPUTATION
Is not easily made, but DU
BANT, the Jeweler, hns es
tablished one for himself as
a leader of low prices for
Standard Quality Goods.
(Strictly One Price, and all
foods are marked in plain
gui-a. A new line of Sli
ver Collarettes and Belts
just received at
J. H. G. DURANT'S,
'Watchmaker, Jeweler and
Optician,
It Church street, opp.P. 0,
WELLS & 6UNDE,
Watobmakers and Jewelers.
full line Sterling Silver and
Silver 1'lated Ware.
KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS.
No. 788 Chapel Street.
DJisceUaueims.
The best for Driveways. Cellar and Shop
Floors, Copings, and all kinds of
Artificial Stone Work.
Estimates furnished by
The Manufacturers,
C. D. ROBLMffl & CO,
tnytOtf a STATE STBEET.
T U
''wf
WAISTS
Mm
ABE STAMPED
mm rtoi-Kinansmp.
DO YOU WANT
Yonr Carpets Mim
The Moths Killed, and the Dust
Removed ?
WE CAN DO IT.
Lace Curtains
Of the finest qualities cleaned without
Injury We are especially fitted
up for this work.
Dyeing and Cleaning
Of Men's Suits and Overcoats, Ladies'
Dresses, etc.
Laundering
Of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underclothing.
THE FORSYTH CO.,
OFFICES-8-8 CHAPEL STREET,
645 " "
23 BROADWAY,
STATE, LAWRENCE and
MECHANIC STREETS.
Telephone 854-2 and 3.
movts, Stamping, tc
WE OFFER
The balance of our
Refrigerators
At marvelously low prioes In order to
close thein out. All our Refrigerators
are the Jowett's and none better sold In
the city. ;
We have a few
Gas Cooking Stoves
Left which we shall offer for the next
30 days at less than oost They are the
cheapest and most economical gas
stove on the market to-day. '
Now is the time to have your
Furnaces
Looked over and put in order for the
coming winter. We have praotioal
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, eto.
THE ARNOLD CO.
8TATE AND CROWN STREETS.
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.
REFRIGERATORS.
mHE standard Refrl vera tor of tfudnv 1 th
I EDDY. Made strictly flrst-cJaaa In Pino
thoroughly kiln dried, heavily painted, beau-
mutiy grainoa ana varnisaea. xaey an su
perior u any narawooa ooz maae.
Examine them at
30 STATE STREET.
SILAS GALPIN.
Plumbing and Gasf itting.
J. H. Buckley, 179 Church st
COOKING
BY HEAT
FROM GAS !
In valuable! or comfort, convenience and 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., etoJsoM.
set up and warranted by the --
New Haven Gas Light Co.,
No. 60 CROWN STREET.
COMPRESSED AIR
Carpet Cleaning Works.
wuxiAsr j; KNAPP A COM
Proprietors,
106 Court St New Haven, Ct.
Work done at shorjf notioa. mh38tf
ONE OF THJE HUNDREDS .
SECEIVED. I take great pleasure in rec
ommending Everybody's Friend as an
luable cure top rheumatism or 'win in
any part of the body, and Site Xor removing
stains from clothing-. Tours respectfully.
WM. 0. SKINNER,-Asst. 8ppt. John Hancock!
Ins. Co. DruaiilitaaQ Jt. Frmnrna ni hv
Samuel F. WJTttleW,.p pJaweU avenui l
New Haven. CwaaTv;, 7 , - iTf I
nn
SEPTEMBER WEDDINGS.
a whitx asb ghees nxnuixoAt
CAlVAHt CIIVHCH t.tT EYEXISO,
A Golden Rod Wedding on. Avon Itiwet
Other Joyous Events Many Bwatlfttl
fllfti-riower. In Abundance.
The wedding of Miss Maud Mary
Lord of this city and Rev. Edwin M
Crimn of Hillsdale, Mich., took place at
7 o'clock last evening at the Cnlvniy
Baptist church, Rev. E. M. Poteat cf
ficiatlng. The church was beautifully
trimmed with palm and hyderangert
by John N. Champion A Co., ilorlsts,
making a very unique white and green
wedding display. The bride was charm
ingly gowned and carried bride's roses,
The little maid of honor was Miss Ruby
Maclntyre of this city, who carried a
basket of white lilies. The ushers were
Charles Walker, Charles Fowler.Robert
Veltch and Charles Lincoln.
Miss Lord was for a long time teacher
In Miss Cady's private school on Hlil-
house avenue. Rev. Mr. Orlffln studied
In Vale divinity school, completed his
course at Chicago and Is now a pastor
in nuisaaie.
The couple were the recipients of
many handsome and costly presents.
including chlnaware, silver pieces and
linens.
The couple left last night for Hills-
dale, where they will reside. Among tht
guests present were: Mr. J. T. Lord.
Mrs. Dudley.Mrs.Todd. Mrs.Dr. Elliott,
ftiiss Bristol, Mrs. Dr. Walker. Mrs.
Maclntyre, Mr. and Mrs. Giles Potter.
and daughters, Mr. and Mrs.Aro Ward,
airs. Henry Higby. Mrs. George Butler
Mrs. Annie Carter. Mrs. Johnson. Mlsr
Annie Joslln, Mrs. Slebert. Miss Dono-
van, miss Mason. Miss Doom Me Mr
and Mrs.John Ross.Mr. and Mrs. James'
ti. Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Pn
Miss Bernlce A. Piatt. Mr. and Mm
James H. McDonald, Miss Mary A
Aiwaier, miss a. J. W arren, Miss J. M.
Catlln, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brockett.
Miss Sarah Goodwin, Miss Hall, Mlsf
Adeline E. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
forth O. Lombard. Mrs. Franklin Bliss,
Miss Sarah L. Cady, Miss Margaret
Shelley, Mrs. F. H. Qulnly, Miss Katf
McCaffrey, Miss Letta T. Rlshon Mr.
W. S. Leggett, Mrs. Charles E. Curtis!
and Miss Parmlee.
A very pretty golden rod woddlnt
took place last evening at the house o:
Mr. Willam Davidson of 37 Avon tre,
The contracting parties were Mr. Jamer
Johnston of the firm of Johnston &
tutcnie. nullders, and Miss Jennie Com-
mons, sister of Mrs. Davidson. A largf
party gathered to witness the man-lam
ceremony, which was performed bj
vev. jjr. raungcr or the United church
at 7:30 o'clock. The bride Was verv hp.
comlngly attired In a light electric blut
Fayette cloth, and dark blue velvet
dress with passementerie garniture.Th,
bride and groom were preceeded b
two fairies personated by Miss Rachae'
Olmstead dressed In yellow silk am'
white slippers, and Master Ray mom
Downs, attired in a white suit and yel
low silk tie. and bearing a silver tra
with two wedding rings. Following,
came the bridesmaid, Miss Jennie Da '
vldson, In white dimity, with green rib
bons, and -the groomsman,Mr. Johi
Mensles. After them came-tll'e maid of
honor, Miss Roblna Commons, in white,
dimity, white lace-and pink rlbbon.Thf
bridesmaid and' maid of honor carrier"
bouquets of golden rod, and the bride '
carried bride's roses. Miss Mary Da
vidson played the wedding march,
A fine supper was served, after whlcr
the happy couple left for a weddinp
tour of two weeksV duration, after whicl.
they will occupy their lovely home or ;
Bishop street, near Orange, which has;
just been erected by the groonv . . . , , '
The house was prettily , decorateii ;
with golden rod, and there was a largf j
array of beautiful and costly presentE 1
Among those present from abroad wer
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Johnston of Day
ton, O., the former a brother of tht
groom and a prominent and wealth!
dry goods dealer in Dayton; Mrs. James
Collins of Dayton,' O., a sister of tht
bride; Mr. and Mrs. knd Miss Middle
mar of New Britain, Miss J. Davldsoi
of Westvllle. Mrs.Russell Johnston wort
a Worth gown of tan colored silk crept
and light blue velvet, with diamond or
naments; Mrs. James Collins, a blac!
and canary colored satin; Miss Marj
Davidson, pink silk; Mrs. William
Ritchie, black silk, black lace, Nile
green trimmings; Mrs. William David
son, black silk, black lace, light blur
trimmings; Miss Mary. Ritchie, a light
challie.
Others present were Mr. and Mrs. W.
R. Downs, Mr. and Mrs. George Sher
man, Mr.and Mrs. L. SheaYlock, Mr
and Mrs. F. Arthur, Mr. and; Mrs. L
Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Chittenden, Mr
and Mrs. C. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. F
Beach, Mr. and Mrs. W. Cralg.'Mrs. O
E. Dutton, Miss J. McLaughlin, Miss B
Thorpe, , Mrs. J. O. McCarthy, Mls- S.
Veitch, Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlin, Mi
George Beker, the State street hard
ware dealer, and Master W. Ritchie.
OTABB JOYOUS EVENTS. ' '
Miss Emma Neva Hotchkiss,' eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erbari E.
Hotchkiss, and Bernard, M. Allen,' ..Yaje
'92, now professor, of Latin at Phillips
academy, Andover, Mass., were married
at the Hotchkiss residence,' No. 44 Clark
street, Monday evening by Rev. E. M.
Poteat. John S. Allen of Andover was
the best man. Miss Ruth -Terrell and
Miss Jessie Hotchkiss, : cousin of the
bride, were the ribbon girls. ; Miss May
Hotchkiss, ft sister oft the - bride, was
the maid of honor, and the ushers were
Philip Allen. Yale '96, and Charles Al
len of Worcester, Maes'.,, also brothers
of the groom.; The bridesmaid, a sister
of the groom, was Miss Emily Allen of
Walpole, Mass. The bride came last
and was unattended.
At i o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Allen left
on -a 'wedding tour, after which-they
Wlil -reside la Andover, Mass. . Mrs.
Allen graduated from the high school,
class of '91, and from the training school
In '92, since when she has taught In the
Fair street school. Mr, Allen was salu
tatorlan of his class at Yale, and has,
since graduation, occupied the chair r(
Latin at Phillips academy, .
Miss Battle C. Kendall, only daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Kendall of 127
Henry street, and Oscar M.. S!dgerly,
confidential clerk for John" H. Parker, a
building contractor of New York city.
were married Monday afternoon, Rev.
Father Kent of at. Mary's church offi
ciating. The residence was prettily
decorated for the occasion and the
bridal party entered as follows: Flint
the bridesmaid, "Miss taamle Maba,ney,
In a drees o pale blue mull and leaning
on the arm of the beat man, Prank Rou
mage of New York city. The maid of
honor followed, unattended and very
Charming, and then came the bride.
A reception followed the ceremony,
which was a family affair. Quests to
the number of loo were present from
New York, Hartford. Merlden, Pitts
field, Springfield and New Jersey.
WALllS'irOKD- . ,
'. AodrewJTjdrews and W. H. Newton
appraisers on the estate of the late O,
W. Hull, returned 10 Judge Fowler yes
terday the result of the inventory.
The real estate amounts to $10,600, the
personal I9S.M3.92, total I109.443.9L The
Inventory shows 1,WS shares of 8lmp
son, Hall. Miller & Co.'s stock, value
J59.775; 240 shares Hlmpson Nickel Co.,
$9,000;' 10 shares First National bank,
$1.0&0; 98 shares Walllngford Gaslight
Co., $l,2JS; -80 shares Housatonlo Man
ufacturing Co., $4,0u0; 35 shares Amer
ican Building and Loan association,
of Minneapolis. $2.6:5, and seven houses
and land. $8,800.
George CrandBll's eleven-year-oia ooy
Walter, who lives on Washington street
near the gas house, has been III for four
weeks with tvnhnld fever and for the
past week has been Improving. For
four days he had been complaining
that his arm nalned him. yesterday
Dr. Wilson was called at the house
and found upon examination that the
boy s arm was broken ana no aouni
had been for several days. It Is sup
posed that the sufferer struck It against
the head of the bed or the window and
broke the bone and was not aware of
the fact himself.
Mrs. Caroline Andrews, mother of Dr.
G. H. Andrews, celebrated her ninety-
third birthday yesterday.
Alfred Venne, formerly employed
here at Simpson. Hall. Miller & Co.'e
factory, and who went from here Into
'.he company's store In Chicago, recent-
y died In Wisconsin while taking a
vacation.
G. G. -Thompson will take In the Cal
donlan games In New York to-day.
There were twelve deaths In town
luring August.- A year ago there were
:hlrteen.
Two Frenchmen from New Haven arc
'o open a restaurant In Fagan's block
in Colony street.
James Hayden, who has been In the
vest for three or more years, struck
:own on the first train yesterday morn-
ng.
Mrs. M. J. Olmstead and Miss M. Anns
Wright will start this morning for
Vorthport, L, I. .
Miss Claire Banks Is teaching school
n Cedar Hill!
The democrats will meet In caucuf
his evening In the town hall and nom
nate delegates to the various conven
lons. '
The Cheshire -democrats want Df.
"ornwall for state senator. B. A. Treat
f this town Is said tobe the choice for
ho position when the Ome comes.
.1. P. Stevenson arrived home yester
'ay from Maine-and reports low water
.1 all the streams on the' route and es
ecially so in tile Connecticut river.
The water in the lake is the lowest
hat has been known for years. At
laltby, Stevens & Curtis Co.'s factory
re-half of the employes work one day
?nd the-others the nex(t, as there if
ot enough wat?r running in the rfver
o furnish power for all hands.
Jack Heineman has gone to work
illver platins: at the Bousatonlc Manu-
acturing company's works.
The outdoor concert by the band up.
own last evening drew out a large and
ppreclatlve audience. , The concert
vas one of the best of the sen3on.
FAIR BAfkx.
When the new plan for permanent
lavements is put through, the im
provement of Ferry street should b-
ncluded The estimated approxlmatt
ost for a pavement of asphalt is $40,000
md for a suitable pavement In Jamc:
itrect $20,000.
The remains of Mrs. Nancy Lanfair
vlfo of Captin Hezekiah Tuttle, a'r
ved here from Fork River, Fla., earlj
esterday morning. The funeral scr
Ices will be held to-day.
Captain Luzerne Ludington will takt
he members of a society In New Ha
en to Providence next Saturday. H
ins engaged a pllbt to take his steamei
:p Providence river.. '
Charles W. Hemingway has gone U
'.outh Royalston, Vt., for a few days
acatlon'.
The' board of bilrgfesses met this
',-eek and approved bills amountlnt
o about $350. As there was no quonm
.everal other matters were postponed.
Arthur F. Hemingway, assistant
l-easurer of the New Haven Watei
ompany, and James S. Hemingway
f, the Second National bank, are at
he Sinclair house, Bethlehem, N. H.
A petition has been put In for a street
ght In' front of the new Shore Line
lepot. Many say that the borough
hould erect nothing- less than an elec
ric light at that Important point.
The three-masted schooner James
Davidson is at H. ' A. Stevens' dock
vitlv a load of bituminous coal.
Adelphi lodge, F. and A. M., met
Tuesday evening for the first time since
he summer vacation. Since the last
neetlng the following members have
lied: F. Dwight Kellogg. Charles Mer
ow, Charles H. Wilson and A. K.
3rown.
There was quite a fleet of small boats
jut on the Quinnlplao river yesterday
ifternoon and the occupants were fisti
ng for bass, but not many were
aught. ,
The friends of H; A. Stevens are
nuch -pleased over his promotion to
h6 -position of quartermaster of the
Horse Guard, of which- tit has been
member many 'years. , , :
The rails have been torn up from
'he Shore Line bridge over Quinnlplao
iver, preparatory to demolishing the;
structure. x -
R. T. Warner went to Watertown this
veek to bring back his family, who
iave spent the summer there. '
i At the meeting of Adelphi lodge; F.
tnd A. M. Tuesday evening, Charles
Webber took the entered apprentice
legree. ..-.'.'-.''.....':''
W. A. Warner has returned from
Watertown. His family Will remain a
'ew days longer. '..'' " .
' The Ladles' Aid society of the East
Pearl street M. E.., church will have
heir annual meeting for the election of
jifflcers this afternoon at, i oclocjt In
the Church parlors. 1 - " -
REUNION 2TM REGT, C.V,
COMItABEt AXD TKLLOW MOLDlEH$
U ATM Kit won THE Mrlf TIMS.
Oiand Reunion at Pico Park-About too
Fri-Mnl UpMchM by Mayor iargant. Eg.
Mayor reck, Amor C. A. Baldwin and
Of nors-Death Rowrd of Year.
Tits twentylxth annual reunion of
the Twenty-seventh regiment, Connec
ticut Volunteers, was held at Pico Park
yesterday and was attended by about
$00 people, comprising members of the
regiment, their friends and families.
The day was a beautiful one and It
would be hard to find a pleasanter spot
than Pico Park for a, regimental re
union. The grounds were In perfect
condition and the large pavilion made
a convenient place for holding the meet
ings.
All went down by the steamer Mar
garet, which leaves Belle dock at 9:45
o'clock In the morning. On the ar
rival at the park the business meeting
was immediately held, Captain Calvin
S. Ely of Branford, the president of
the association, presiding, and Edward
O. Mansfield acting as secretary. In
the reports, which were offered. It was
stated that the total number of deaths
up to date was 320. Nine captains and
seven lieutenants have died since the
formation of the association. There
are now but three of the original cap
tains left Captain Bloat, Captain Ely,
and Captain Wilcox. Those who have
died during the year are as follows:
Harry C. Nichols, Homer R. Johnson. E.
H. Carrlngton, Joseph Jewett, William
Pickett, Ellsur Finch, Solomon H.
Wood, Lieutenant S. M. Smith, John
F. Brockett. A nominating committee
was appointed to bring In nominations
for officers for the coming year. An
adjournment was then taken for din
ner. The greater part of those present had
brought their dinners with them In
arse, well-filled lunch baskets, the con
tents of which they proceeded to spread
ut on the long picnic tables near the
pavilion. Others who were not fortu-
lae to be of the basket picnic party,
-lartook of the hoslptallty of Landlord
.Henry Clark of the Double Beach
louse.
After dinner was over, all again as-
tembled In the pavilion for the after-
loon meeting. Letters of regret were
ead from Major General B. A. Couch,
x-Governor Henry B. Harrison, Hon.
V. D. Sperry, Lieutenant Wlnthrop D.
ineiaon, 1 A. Brlsol of Cheyenne. Wy.,
Jr. Jesse W. Henry, Captain Charles
Yiicox and N. F. Hilliard. General
iamuel E. Merwln also sent his greet-
ngs and expressed his regret at not
elng able to be present.
Captain Ely then called upon Mayor
largent for a few remarks. He spoke
n part as follows:
"Mr.; President, Members of the As
oclatlon, Ladles and Gentlemen: It
Ives me great pleasure to be present
ere with such a noble band of patriots
(,-ho fought so bravely for the prest
ation. Suid maintenance of hte Union.
Vs one of those who staid at home and
tried to maintain you soldiers, who were
ighting at the front, it may not be
miss to tell some of my reminiscences,
lived in Georgia for several years
'ur.'ng the early part of my business
aroer, and I had a chance to know
he temper and mind of the south as
'ell, almost, as the north.
Mayor Sargent spoke In glowing terms
f the stirring war times, alluding to
h.e great excitement which prevailed at
!ie time Fort Sumter was fired upon.
Assessor C. A. Baldwin was the next
peaker, and he made a rousing ad-
ress. Mayor and Mrs. Sargent had
one as soon as the mayor had finished
Is speech. Mr. Baldwin exclaimed:
What .a mark Mayor Sargent (I hope
e is out Of hearing) would have made
ir the rcbs? He stands up so straight
nd strong. And' he was, too, such aj
trong patriotic Yankee citizen. I
hink the rebs would have brought him
iown the first one." '
Ex-Mayor Peck was the next spe&k
r. He made an enthusiastic address,
ongratulatlng the regiment on Its no
le record made In the three great
attles of Chancellorsville, Frederlcks
urg and Gettysburg. He asked the
;ecretary to read the speech of Ser
vant Wllmot, who lost his rjght arm
-1 the service, which was made by him
t a former reunion. Secretary Mans-
leld complied with the request and read
he spe.ech, which was greatly enjoyed
iy all. .
Others who made speeches were Past
ommander A. B. Sanborn, Stiles D.
Voodruff, George T. Dade,' E. B. Clark,
Vllliam Russell and John A. Munsort.
The following nominations for offl
ers, which were unanimously elected,
vere brought In by the nominating
ommlttee: President, William w. Price
if New Haven; vice president, John A.
vluns'on; treasurer, George T. Dade;
leoretary, Edward Mansfield of West
Haven, this being his seventeenth con
secutive appointment; executive com
mittee; S. J. Fox, C. A. Harrison, R. S.
Baldwin, H. E. Keeler of New York,
David S. Thomas, Moses Thomas, Stiles
Woodruff, H. F. Peck, F. M. Smith,
Charles Spreyer.
F. W. Leeland of Dodd post, J. A. R.,
who runs the Pico park restaurant,
kindly furnished the coffee and dishes
to the picnickers.
The members and their families re
turned at 8 o'clock by the steamer Mar
garet, after a most enjoyable day. '
The following were among those pres
ent: Captain C. S. Ely of Branford,
president of the association, Captain
David Thomas, Mayor Sargent and
wife, ex-Mayor Peck, Lieutenant Wel
ler, Joseph A. Miller, Assessor C. A.
Baldwin, Allen D. Baldwin and wife,
Charlese Spreyer, W. W. Price, Duffy
Hall, William Parmalee of Birmtng-
ham.Capt-aln Wilcox of Madison, James
Lee, Edward G. Mansfield, William M.
Russell and wife of Orange.Stiles Wood
ruff ' and -wife of Orange, Everett B.
Clark and wlfe.Lteutenant Frank Chap
man,. George Dudley and wife, Moses
Thomas and wife, Daniel O'Nlel, 8. T.
Russell and baby, Robert C. Arnold,
Mrs. A- L. Main, E. B. Bradley, Cyrus
Tuttle, John W. Merrills. Thomas Wal
lace, John . E. Wharton and wife of
Boston, Corporal George T. Dade and
wife,, :' , , . -
.Fond Mother Do yon think . my
daughter, will become a nn pianist?
Professor von hump I am afraid nod,
madams. But after another year's
hractlc he angers nil be limbered
uprso dot-she oaa make a prllliant suc
cess nilt a typewriter, Good News.
I Railway and Steamship Tickets. '
' OWKHTratca to ail point.
J Staterooms and bortU secured In $Ai
vanoe.
baa-gate called for and checked to deatl
natl 111.
Accident In.nrane.
Agenoy for Henry (lazx ft Ron', tours.
JOIINMOIWK,
M Center utreot, Benedict Uulldlng.
Telephone call m-, aultt tf
VAULTS and CESSPOOLS
NEATLY CLEANED 11 Y
VARNHAM.
Prices Low and ftatlafantlon Guaranteed.
orders left at
BRADLEY ft DANN'8 4U8 State Street,
KOH'T. VEITCH HO.V8, V7 Chape! Street,
LINSLBY. HOOT ft CO.'S. 33 IlrnuiwHr.
Will receive prompt attention. V. O. Address
pox dm. Telephone ca-u.
THEODORE KEILER,
,Ag
UNDERTAKER,
162 ORANGE STREET,
(Near Court street.)
Telopbono No. 857-3.
District of New Haven, as. Probate Court,
August th. Mil. I
INSTATE of PATRICK B. O'llltlK.N. 1h!o of
j New Haven. In Mid dlstrlot. deceived.
Upon the application of James C. O'Hrlen,
executor, umvinir for uower and authuritv to
sell and oonvey certain real ts:ate belonging
to ra n emu, aa per application on me more
fullv appears. It la
ORDERED That said application be henrd
and determined at. a Probate Court to be held
at New Haven, In said district, on the 6th day of
September, A. D. IMH. at lOo'clock in the fore
noon, and that, notice be given of the pend
ency of said application and the time and
place of hearing thereon, by publishing the
same three times In some newspaper having a
circulation in said district.
S8 8t jA. HEATO.N KOUEKTSON, Ji:dgO.
STEAM CARPET CLEANING.
FACTORY,
12S. 130 and 13a Water Street.
Conn. Steam Carpet Cleaning Co.,
v. o. Box 673. orders by mau wiu receive
prompt attention.
1 1 . . , 1 1 k. v nf T nnrnnu
J. Li. o ai.i, I, n, wni,D.i,
apJOtf
Prices Lower ! !
Tariff gives puffs of allow
ance from a just received
importation of ...
CIGARS.
GILBERT & THOMPSON;
PRESERVING FRUITS.
Peaches, Plums and Crabapples.
a gooa assortment at popular prioes.
MAKE NO MISTAKE,
Goods are sold as low here as they were for
merly in the City Market. - "
J. B. JUDSON,
867 Chapel street, Excliango Building.
A Truthful Advertisement
IT is true that every purchaser of any of
our flue Teas has Just saved ten cents on
each pound 80o Tea for 70c, 70c for 60e; OSo
for 5"c, 50o for 40c. Our Teas and Coffees. ar.e
equal to any in the city.
Bryden's East Rock Tea Store,
97 H State Street, near Edwards.
ALWAYS A RUSH 1
MCCAULIFF still victorious, and so are
we over high prices. Poultry and Meats
very cheap this week. Seeour prices : The
flnert ateak rou want to eat. for Ob lb. 8 lbs for
aic : nice lean corned beef only 3c lb, very
choice poultry vmae i. turgeys uc, spring
thickens 16c, legs lamb 12(; H, sugar cured
hams 13c, shoulders Itc, at the old stand of
E. BCHOENBEKUEH ft SON'S,
1, S, 3 Central Market, Congress Avenue. '
Telephone 415-4, .
D. I. WELCH & SOI
OFFER
Carload of Fine Cooking Potatoes, at
only Tan per bushel. '
100 bbls fancy Delaware Sweet Potatoes'
at only 30o peck.
Fancy gilt edge Creamery Butter 27olb.
" Table Butter Ti and zoo lb.
A fine full cream Cheese lOo lb.
A Carload of Fine Fruit.
100 baskets Peaches, 75o basket.
50 baskets Plums, for canning.
Damsons and Oreen Gages only 40o
basket.
Worlds of fine ripe Tomatoes Now 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 :
Sure Death to Waterbugs,
"Good-bye" for Bedbugs and Ants,
Fatal Food for Rats and Mice, and
Buffalo Death for Carpetbugs and Moths.
The above goods sold with guarantee.
D. M. WELCH & SON,
28 and 30 Congress Avenue,
Brandies 176 Campbell Avenue, West Haven.
8 Grand Avenue, Fair Haven.
LAIB'S TONGUE.
Another lot of those delicious pickled
Lambs' Tongues at 40 and 50o jar.
Received to-day 150 oholoe ripe Wa
termelons at 20 and 25o.
Delaware Peaches fresh dally.
NEW Mixed Pickling Sploes.
AT THE OLD STAND,
E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st.
ff ASHBOHN CROSBY - CO.
"S0PERUT1YE.";
The Leading Bread Floor of the
World. v'-t
J. D. DEEIi &'C0v-
. Wholesale Agents, x ,..r
239 State Street, New Haven.
gducatlon. .,
.W..' ""' '"'" "SON'S
" "" tlN Mini MISS NICHOLS.
WWiium-sHorn to the Mlases Edward,) '
UyLreopt-t) ,m Wednesday, Sept, liutli.st
Olrl. wL.h"" !"" ",,,r U"y wl''l fr
Jh. J fcl'eolnl students admitted. (V,.
uZ v rf.Ti.7i-. ."' -'rc',"r" with oourseaef
yiJl't'.lhnnjMioncKtJon; aullm
M I"" NI'hols. Principal, ripens
and Kf,i?2"y-8"l't.-17' Advanced, Vrl.i ry"
fualh Pr ivm?"?"" ll'irtineiilA, oral French
maiijj'rivMie Instruction also given, ntCSIt
rfi
ii i i.i u,7.,:i.r :i 1 -, -
IU i-a,lV- it.... f.-a:'?V.,!- M".and Minn
WndiiuuiT.J VL . . "".r1 "sywnonl reopens
Klmle.i,J'',.w .Tliroe Depart i.ie.,u,
"t ni tup m-nooi
Till-'. MlVCLu ......
D
r " i - - ' ' '":.'. HU-" l,n
i mnaon, Eng..
? Lo!on Vocal Culture
'VcrtiiesdHy. SeDt. l'th
u lm.Jtoom 3In.Pra-J;,:;il(,lnlt:'
KIIi-:iii. r?'i i.'v .,.. :r
M !l 'ni'.,K',,'!Pr?en and Elo.
K 'S" hout' exlr cl'arge. Carriage hl-ii!
MED! A XI ?ViT. TkTM Wlvn
JL- J;iiAftSM.Sr?r11
ll.-r S?.N?Y. 179 Church street.
Ic cY N.. "iVl Addrwi
-"- aula ly
1' iiV..r.'.. i . V' ."tall v'"n, Harmony.
aToF.X IWU-V Fran,. IK? S? M
i?"?3 '?I:,han,A ",reet- Lessons are iilau
for nln..i ! , i1 "-Hiaenoo when desired. Sand
Mls-4 :ii,mo.i?iu cKii..,
33 WAUL, HTKKBT. Now "course of 'study
.i h, r .-. r";"'.VSK '" c."i'.
Mnhi,i1f t.u y enlerei at elgllt
twelve years of age. Special attention given
mJL 1J " rrla 'or- college,. Fall term be
gins Wednesday. Sept. 28th, 1801 a53tawlm
aooona Season
ftp Till'
DESSAUER-TROOSTWYK
- SCHOOL OF MUSIC.
Ueginniiig Sept. 4th, 1894.
kiikh uu instruments will Dctaughtl
Inatructlon in ClaRses a Specialty,
Addrenw 7S1 f Impel Street.
SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
- ("MR. GILE'S 1
The FallTe nn begins Tuesday
For admission please call at the school
rniiniQ
Nos. 17 and 18, Insurance Buildlnjr,
VOCAL INSTRUCTION.
v J.JEROME HAYES
WILL RESUMETEACHING MONDAY,
SEPT. 3d,
at '82 Church street. Room 37.
JUtBCcHaiieoua.
Don't Pay Money for Water!
'ASofld Extract of Beef is more Ecqiiom-L-tuaM
hen iHq uid, becaiiae concentrated, '
and housekeepers will find it much
cheaper to . .
BUY
Liebig COMPANY'S
Extract of Beef,
A solid, concentrated extract, free from
fat and. gelatine or any foreign sub
stance, and dissolve it themselves.
The genuine has
this signature on
the jar.
IN BLUE:
Distributing agents for'Conh.:' Taleott,
Frisbo .& .Co., Hartford. au8 84 W lm
Bright's Disease, Diabetes, . .
and Other Diseases of . the Kidneys,
' Bladder and Stomach Cured.
Information Free which will Astound
and Convince the Most Skeptical. ,
No stamp necessary for Information. Address
REV. DR. Ij. E. HALL, ,v
- - Pastor First Baptist Churchy
... - .. Hattiesburg, Miss, ;
OB
P. O. BOX No. 709, New Orleans, La,
Name paper. ' jy53m
WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN,
ATTORNEYrAT-LAWV
Solicitor of U. S. and Foreign Patent!
Counsel in Patent Causes.
.... , OfflOBi '.'' - '
NEW HAVEN, CONN., . , ;
70 Church Street, Booms S aad 4
(Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday J
SPRINGFIELD, MASS., ;
317 Main Street,
, (Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.) '.
Eight years eacperienoeah Examiner In IT. Si'
Patent Office Referenoea to New England
patents furnished. . , ;
III Variety, Quality i Price,
- OUR STOCK OS
Toilet Requisites ,
Is Unequalled in the City.
TOOTH BRUSHES, HAIR BRUSHES,
, FLESH and BATH BRUSHES,
Whi4-vUi Not Shed their Brlsj,
FIXE SOAPS, : '
Whioh will not leave the akin dry anf.
"' ' '' " ' roush. . ' l'.''
Colognes, Bay Rum and Toilet Water;
of delicate odor. .
Face Powders, Lotions and Cosmetics'
' i . : J ...of every description.1 .; -
To prevent chafing and allay any irri.
j ? tation of the skin, the .
V LV ET TOILET POWDER, j
Is .hpujt a rival, 15 iCouto -a tojt:
E;LASHBTO&CDr
84 Church anJ 61 Center StreBts
: ' i- -;. New Haven. Conn., - -

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