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NEW riAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COtTRH)RTnURPAY, SEPTEMBER 27 1894
THE GENUINE popularly known throughout New EtiRlnnd as tuo highest Standard 10 oonti Cigar for Quality, Quantity and Workmanship. MAID HI XI "X" 37. X. OZ1.j9lT7"3D, Direct Importer of tbe finest Vuolla Abajo Havana Tobaooo and Manufacturer of I'iRnrs, Corner Stat unit Woopter Atrert, New Baron, Conn. ffliscciiattcous. fur Work a Specialty. CM & Km HaTen House Building. FALL UNDERWEAR, From Allen. Solloy & Co.. London, and. the American Hosiery Co. All Wool. White and Natural. In light, medium and heavy weight. Eilk and Wool. Pure 811k, Merino. Balbrlggau and Cotton and Wool, In both MEDIUM and BEST grades. A a leader we shall offer lour piece Heavy Balbrlggan For $5.00. CHASE- & CO., Eole agent- 'or Noyes Bros.' (Boston! Laun-dry-X...ND-WOHK, and satisfac tion guaranteed. gtimttnre, gtx. ALL BUYERS OF AND CARPETS Are invited to visit our wareroorus and be convinced that we have the Largest and Best Assorted Stock And that we give the Best Values for the Money. STAHL & HEGEL, 8, 10, 12 Church Street. JUST RECEIVED, The Fall line of "Rogers" Silver Plated Ware. New designs in Spoons and Forks, at bottom prices for genuine goods. WELLS & GTJNDE, Watchmakers and Jewelers. line Sterling Surer Silver Plated Warei Full and KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS. No. 788 Chapel Street. puscellaneous. Ibe best for Driveways, Cellar and Shop floors, Copings, and all kinds of Artificial Stone Work. Estimates furnished by The Manufacturers, C. D. EOp & C0, mjSOtt ''VV STATE STREET. " H tfr T T fff U CO., FURNITURE mom ARE STAMPED 1 1llicit 1iVl3 DO YOU WANT loir Carpets Biiiefl, Tha Sloths Killed, and the Duat Removed, ? WE CAN DO IT. Lace Curtains Of the flneat qualities cleaned without Injury We are especially fitted up for this work. Dyeing and Cleaning Of Wen's Suits and Overcoats, Ladle.1 Dresses, etc. Laundering Of Shirt, Collars, Cuffs, Underclothing. THE FORSYTH CO.. OmCES-878 CnATEL STREET, 645 " . 28 BROADWAY, STATE, LAWRENCE and MECHANIC STREETS. Telephone 854-2 and 3. Moves, gXttrootttg, gtc WE OFFER The balance of our Befirigerators At niarvelously low prices In order to close thein out. AU our Eefrlgeratora are the Jewett'a and none better sold In the olty. We have a few Gas Cooking Stoves Left which we -shall offer for the next 30 days at less than cost. They are the cheapest and most economical gas stove on the market to-day. Now i the time to have your Furnaces Looked over and put in order for the coming winter. We have practical furnace men, and all orders will re ceive prompt attention. Gas Fixtures, Furnaces, Ranges, In great variety. Steam and Hit Water Beating, Sani tary Plumbing, etc THE ARNOLD CO. STATE AND CROWN STREETS. A 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. Plumbing and Gasfitting. J. H. Buckley, 179 Church st REFRIGERATORS. rpHE standard Refrigerator of to-day Is tbe thoroughly kiln dried, heavily painted, beau- tiruuy grained, ana varuisneu. xney su perior to any hardwood box made. Examine them at atu STATE STREET. SILAS G-ALPIN". COOKING BY HEAT FROM GAS ! Invaluable for comfort, convenience and econ omy in Bummer. Food more periootiy cuokou than by direct heat from coal. Banges, with or without water heaters, hot plates, ovens, sad-iron heaters, etc., eto sold, set up and warranted by the New Haven Gas Light Co., No. 60 CttQWN STHEET. WtUIAM H. CHAPMAN, ATOBIJfff-AT-UW. ' Solicitor of U. S. and Foreign Patents '"'OfWOJSSi'.'fitj'f: . new haven, coipf;;.!- ?. 10 Church SJtreat, Itoonu S and 4. (Monday, Tuesday,)"?: Wednesday.) 8PBINGFIBXD. M A88., : .; . sffJ tf Mi fit. ; . (ThurWiTI8dar'and fMfomfX Eia-ht ywiMMlmlnerln P.8. Patent Offlo-,BeXmioal Jtogljid uiJaa;i r 1" 1 Keep clean in the kitchen with Brji Ami The Modem Cleaner Cleans Boiler, Pots, Pans, Kettles, Floors.Doors. Removes all Dirt and Rust without a scratch. Cbilds&Childs 6 Harrison SI., New York. If not, Mnl 10 rcnl, and we will Knd one tilt. Bon Ami, aire No. 5. DISTRICT BEBSWX UULD, Hons or Temperance Held With Benedict Iivllon. The district session of the Sons of Temperance was held with the H. H. Benedict division at the Four Corners Tuesday afternoon and evening. A large delegation from all the surround ing dlvlslona attended. A very enjoy able afternoon and evening were spent. After tho business of the session was over the guesta were invited' by the members of the Benedict division "to etay to tea" and were eoon seated be fore a magnificent collation, to wftlcn, after grace by the Rev. Mr. Clark of East Haven they did the most ample Justice. The' ladles of the H. H, Bene dict division at Four Corners are noted for their bountiful and luxurious spreads, and this evening they seemed determined to outdo all their previous efforts in that line. Their fair worthy patriarch, Mrs. Uhrig and Mrs. W. B. Chamberlln and many other fair ana blooming sisters whose names we did not learn were very busy on hospitable thoughts Intent and were determined that none should rise from that table until they were filled with dainties of every description, and indeed they were all full when they adjourned to the par lors to a pleasing and well carried out entertainment. Mrs. Uhrig is their pre siding officer and Mr. Knowles next In command. With such officers It ls .no wonder thy are so successful in their entertainments. Among those present were noticed Rev. Mr. Clark and wife of East Haven, Rev. Mr. Carr of Four Corners, Rev. Mr. Abbot of West Ha ven", Mr. and Mrs. 8treet, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Farren, Mr. and MB.. Strong, Mrs. Glenny.Mrs. Babb, Mrs, Wackel, Mrs. William Houston. Mrs! Perry. Mrs. Larkins, Miss Hattte Baldwin, Miss Ida Walters, Miss Hattie Converse, Miss Jennie Duffy. Mr. Goss, Mr. Cunning ham, Mr. 'Morse, Mr. Hart, Mr. Phelps, Mr. Kendrlck and many others. ' Wiser May be Appointed. At the meeting of the police commis sioners next Tuesday night Patrolman Willis G. Wiser of police headquarters will probably be detailed for permanent night duty at the campus. The ap pointment will be made in response to a request made by 'the members of the Yale corporation, which will iay the officer's salary. Was Admitted to tbe Bar. Arnold W. Sherman of 99 Wall street New York, was yesterday afternpon admitted to practice at the Connecticut state bar, being sworn In by Clerk An- ketell of the superior court. Sherman passed his examinations last fall, but could not then be admitted to the bar, as he waa under age. BITIEX BY A TAKASTVLA. Fruit Dealer's son stung and Suffered Severely, But Is Recovering. New London, Sept. ,i26. A son of Charles Sattl, the fruit dealer, was bitten on the hand a few days ago by a tarantula which was reposing in seml-torpldlty on a bunch of bananas, His hand swelled badly and he went to Dr. Calkins for treatment. The woujid was thoroughly cauterized and dressed with a bi-chloride solution. It is doing well, but Mr. Satti has Buffered a greal from the effects of the bite. ;Thi8 dis poses of tbe prevalent notion, that the bite of the tarantula Is necessarily fa tal, though much, of course, depends upon the state of one's system. Never theless Inquiring young persons should not experiment with the tarantula, as the scientists have given, the matter all ir.aHo'aHon that Is necessary. What makes consumption? XEhia ques Hon is less Interesting M sufferers than one other: What-'' '' CORES CONSDMFFiON? ; Sometime there) is Wjt&W'tyl that is not Hie caseuasttx fBfptks sup. pose. 61ocum'6 Ozonized Sorwiegiftu Co4 Liver Oi..-rtth,Guaifwot; rtlays in flammation, stops that weakening tough, and promotes thei formation 'of solid, healthy flesU on eniwijated oo4ii; And U U'ptiawnWlSaJp Ji contexts pealing properties of great value, scientifically combined. "".That answers 'thtf fecoiid question. 'Vf ; -J;t ' ' ' Send for Book o Otoos mailed free. Pnpiwl iiy T. L lima C.; If tort With G yhWMiaf,A.DCMOFB. Offlolal lUport From the Cnl4 Stat . Ipar meat of At rleoltnra. Boston, Sept. JO.-The summary of the weather and erop conditions In Wew England for the week Jut passed, st given by the New England weather ser vice bureau, Is as follows: The weather for the week haa been warmer than usual at this season of the year, with favorable harvesting weather and w(th an abundance of rain In all southern sections. The drought Is now thoroughly broken over the greater part of New England. Weill have filled , the etreanis In paatures are full and grass la starting well new esqland's it a wr all. t The following Is the rainfall for the week at each station, expressed In Inch es and hundredths: Eastport, Me., O.M; Portland, Me., 1.47; Brookllne, N. H., l.U; Alstead, N. II., 0.92; West Milan, N. H.,'1.24; Strstfod, N. H.. 0.66; North Held, Vt.. 1.28; Hartland, Vt., 2.20; Araes bury, Mass., 1.95; Ispwlch, Mass., 1.19; Boston, 1.58; Nantucket, Mass., 0.20; Block Island, R. I., 1.14; Kingston, R. I., 2.5S; South Manchester. Conn., 1.71; New London, Conn.. 1.88; New Britain, Conn., 4.87; West Blmsbury, Conn., 4.84; Westville, Conn., 5.54; Greenfield Hill, Conn., 8.58; Hawleyville, Conn., 3.50. nKB HARVESTING WEATHER. Harvestlna- Is aolns on rapidly in Maine with generally favorable weath,- efc . The rain was heavy In all central and southern sections and the ground Is now plenty wet enough for fall plow ing. A good crop of sweet corn has been harvested and the field corn Is very good. The root crop Is doing fine ly. Grass is looking well and there Is an abundance of fall feed. Apples will be a light crop In Penobscot county. BEREEDKTQ ECESSABT IN" SOME rLACES. There was a comparatively small amount of rain In the northern part of New Hampshire during the week. Grass is starting slowly and the springs and-streams are filling up slowly, but in southern sections the ground is well filled with water, and grass In field and pastures Is starting finely, except the new seedings that were Kiiiea ny drought. Much reseeding will have to be done. Apple picking has begun ana Is nearly two weeks early. Much fruit was blown off during the storm of the 19th and 20th. In Chesh ire county there are few apples In the valleys. In Sullivan county there seems to be plenty of fall fruit, but the Baldwins are reported a light crop, in Coos county the yield of potatoes Is very large and sound. Corn harvesting is well under way; with a good crop. Beans are very good and ripe. GROUND UEVIlB PLOWED BETTER. Much Dlowlnrsls being done in Ver mont and correspondents say that the' ground never plowed Detter. xne wmo and rain during' the storm beat off a good many apples', but generally-this fruit is pronounced very promising. In Orange county the correspondent states that apoles are plenty on tbe hills, but in. ttMt' yalley.s and for one hundred and ; ' feajt up they are scarce;, this i:'jipbably' true In many towns 4n" this s&tfe awd in New'Hamp shlre. ' Beans IWfe .riiened -well, are mostly, ."pulled fiiajara pronounced an extra corp. Fefertlsigood. 'The potato rot is at-a minimum' in southern coun ties. ; -i ' ? - ' ut WORK jyeWAVA!fCED. , The $n feather.' has been- favorable for farnuTSCark, and In- Massachusetts it is well advanced for the, season. In parts of eastern Franklin county the wind during the late storm did much damage to fruit trees and timber, but-" the- correspondent in' central. Worcester county, states that no dam. age was done beyond shaking off a few worms or dead-ripe apples. The weath er has been favorable for gathering rowen. which is a light'erop. . Generally the rains have started the srrass on fields and pastures, but correspondent in Hampden county states that he has examined grass lands and finds many roots dead. He thinks the crop for next year has been seri ouBly affected. In that county much of last spring's seeding Is dead, and many are reseeding. This is true in some other sections, but whether the failure of new grass to live Is general or not the correspondents have failed to note. Forajte crocs ana roots are grow. Ing very well. Apple picKing is unaer way, and almost; .'every correspondent reports a. good croj In prospect ithey are generally of extra: good 'color and qiial itv. Quinces are good in Worcester county,.,,., . JUIJ.HA8'!fOT REACHED WELLS, Akhouerh the rainfall in --parts of Rhode Island, including that which fell on the 17th, was three and one-quarter Inches, the correspondent reports mat wells have not felt )ts effects yet- The streams in pastures., however, have heen filled, and all grass fields and pas tureS and newly seeded pieces have hefeh tffeatly helped. Lte garden and forageorops are growing well. Apple Dickin has begun,, and In Providence county the crop is estimated below av. wnB-e. The latter part Of the week gave geod weather for curing corn. , . . BAIN WAS BKAVT. In some places in southwestern Con neotlcut the rain of the 19th and 20th g-ave the greatest amount that has rail en in any storm f of .over a year. The i-nnron prnn cpriprAllv is DrOnOUnCed failure, but the pastures and meadows are green and growing, Very fast, and there will be plenty ol rail reed, cross seed sown last' spring with grain has' been killed out on dry knolls, but no correspondent reports anticipation Of a short hay crop next!, year on. account of this season's drought, . The correspondent at West Blmsbury states that he can find no turf that was entirely killed. The obaerver at New London says:. "The 'pastures, except in pietces" where the drought killed the roots (which does not appear as serious as first expected), are In prime conai Hon. The prospects for next year are very bright and satisfactory." Fall plowing is under way. . Turnips, are good. Cabbage, celery, etc., are grow, ing very fast, though in Fairfield conn ty the celery is reported unusually poor. Tomatoes are' doing . better. Buckwheat Is ripening well with pros pect of medium yield Late corn is ripening finely in the good weather; the earlier corn is mostly out end gives a good yield. Apple picking has begun and most correspondent report a fair yield of winter fruit In prospect. - - " Dean's Rheiimatln Mils absolutely ' rheumatism and neuralgia' Entirely vege Thi Southern Haw 'England Tilipkoni Co. Look for of tilt the Slfn Blue Dell. NEW HAVEN DIVISION. Publlo Stations are Located as Follows: Broadway, No. 51, N. 3. Beers. Cedar Hill, Passenger Station. Center St., 86, The Conn. Electrical Co. Chapel St.. cor. Lloyd, W. H. Hull. Chapel su No. 491, L. A. Elliott Chapel st. No. 888, H. J. Bperry. Chapel at No. 744, E. Hewitt A Co. Chapel at. No. 871, Willis L. Mix. Chapel st.corTemple,Matly,NeelyoxCo Chapel st. No. 898, New Haven House. Chapel at. No. 1044, Warner Hail. Chapel st. No. 1226, A. B. Halt. Chapel st. No. 1838, A. & Lelghton. Congress ave. No. 84, D. Ackley A Son Congress ave. No.' 139, J. Llnde & Son. Congress ave. No. 803, R. H. Dlmock. Court St., No. 118, Central Office. Dlxwell ave., No. 141, J. 3. Ailing. Orand ave. A State it, O. N. Ailing. Howard ave&Casslus sL.O.B.Hanover Howard ave., No. 339, O. H. Butrlcks. Meadow St., No. 152, Arlington Hotel. Shelton aveAMunson St., C B. Jones. Bhelton av&Thompson stSH Williams State St., No. 968, George H. Baker. Townsend & Forbes avs, W B Thorpe. Union ave., Union Passenger Station. Whalley aveAflperry st.CF Messenger Wballey ave., No. 196, J. A Hodgson.- Whitney ave. & Trumbull st, WJCook Winchester ave&Webster st,IBKlock. Tork st., No. 268, P. B. Bchurman. Branford, F. E. Peckham 8b Co. Branford, Central Office. Centervllle, F. E. Tuttle, Post Office. Clinton, Reynolds & Wright, Drugstore East Haven, Chas T Hemlngway.qtore East River, S. D. Cruttenden. Guilford, George N. Bradley, P. O. Madison, J. M. Hull, Post Office. MUford. J. H. Barnes. ML Cermel Center.J. E. Andrews, P O Montowese, George H. Cooper. -Morris Cove, Pequot Association. Northford, T. A. Smith. -North Haven, Joseph Plerpont. Orange, N. T., N. H. 4 H. R, R. Co. Stony Creek, F. E. Bralnard. Tyler City, N. T., N. H. A H. R. R. Co. West Haven, Hill Homestead. West Haven, Post Office. WestvilJe.Main St., M.E.Terrell, store. Woodbrldge, Chas. T. Walker,- House. Woodmont, A. B. Norcroes, Store. Indicates Automatic Station. VOUIICAI. i Ect Haven The republicans of East Haven will meet at tbe town hall on Thursday evening, September 27, 1894, at 8 o'clock, to nominate candidates for town offi cers. Per order, Town Committee. Bepabllratn Senatorial Convention. The republican convention for tbe Eighth senatoral district to nominate a candidate for senator will be held at the Young Men's Republican club, 202 Crown street, on Thursday evening. September 27, 1894. at 8 o'clock. James H. MacDonald, Chairman Republican Town Committee. " North Haven. The republicans of North Haven are requested to meet In court room, Memorial hall, Thursday evening, Sep tember 27, at 8 o'clock, to nominate a town ticket. Per order Town committee. North Branford. Th reDublican electors of North Branford society will meet In the base- njent of the Congregational church Fri day evening, September 28, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of nominating town officer. Chairman Town committee, C. George Fowler Second District Convention. Thft republican congressional conven tion of the Second district will be held at Veru hall,156 Orange street. New Ha- ven, on Saturday, September 29, at 11:30 a. m., for the purpose of homlnatlhg a candidate for congress and for the transacting of any otner proper Busi ness. THEODORE H. MacDONAXiD, . JOHN r- BROATCH, GEORGE B. CLARK, Congressional Committee. Hamden. The republicans of Hamden are re- auested to meet at the town hall on Monday, September 27, at 8 o'clock p. m., to nominate town officers. Per ...j .. i .Town Committee. Political. The republicans of Woodbrldge are requested to meet at the basement of the Conaregallonai cnurcn on i nursaay evening, September 27, 1894, at 7;30 o'clock. JUS nominate candidates for town officer. , - Per order, s24 4d lw " Town Committee. Orange. The rtoubllcans of the town of Orange are requested to meet at the town hall In West Haven on' Friday kevening, Setpember 28, W8, at :w o'clock for the purpose or naming wwn officer for the election to be held on Monday. October 1, 1894,' and to trans act an- other business proper to be done at said meeting. Walter A. Main, Chairman. T Be-nbllcan Town Convention. Notice Is hereby given that the repub liean town convention for the town of New Haven to elect four delegates to the republican county convention wui be held at the headquarter of the Tountf Men's Republican club, 201 Crown street, on Friday evening. Sep tember it, 1894, at 8 o'clock. 'James H. MacDonald. Chairman Republican Town Committee, ,vNew. Haven, Sept. Si, 1884. Republican Headquarters, Room 4. 49 Church Street Any. republican wishing information In regard to being made an elector or securing naturalisation paper can re ceive all needed Information at the re- wabiican committee room: from a. m t P. m,, or of Frederick; U Averiy, General .Registrar, 781 Chapel street. i .-. . James H. saAODOMiov.. Chairman Republican Town Committee. CUVMT HKOOJUK , City Court-CriuiloaJ Sido-aledge Calls has Comfort A. rsrren, breach of tbe peace, eontlnutd until September 87; Eugene A. Oliver, breech of the peace, nolled on payment of 88.84 coetej John E. Larkins and Thomas Kelleher. tres pass, 86 fine. 8684 costs each; Marlon Iszo, keeping disorderly house, nolle; Mary Hart, lacclvloua carriage, nolle; John Coyne, lascivious carriage, nolle; James H. Carroll, theft from person. nolle; same, theft. 30 days In jail. 37.08 eoats; Grove Hutching, oreacn oi me neace. Injury to private property and Injury to public property, continued un til September 28; William n. Kuseeu, vagrancy, 10 days In Jail, 88 24 costs. Coart KetM. . The fall term of the superior court. civil side, was opened yesterday after noon, with Judge Wheeler on the bench. Tbe case on trial was that of the town of Ansonla vs. Alfred Carpenter et al. The action grew out of a dispute be tween the plaintiff and defendant over the value of a lot taken by the town for sohool purposes. The case ha already been to tbe supreme court, where the decision of the lower court against the plaintiff was reversed and a new trial ordered. Tbe trial Is still on. In the common pica court yesterday before Judge Hotchklss was begun the trial of the suit brought by Samuel C. Russell, the builder, to foreclose a me chanic' lien of about 3300 placed on the celery house of ex-City Sheriff John Coleman. The defendant upon retiring from politics went Into market garden ing on an extensive scale In East Ha ven. He bad Russell build a house to keep celery In, but when It was done was not satisfastory to htm and he refused to pay for It Russell there upon placed a lien on the building. The trial m still on. To Form a New Cah'nrt. Melbourne. Scot. 26. Premier J. B. Patterson and the rest of the Vlotorfan ministers have resigned. Mr. Tamer, the opposition leader, haa been entrust- edwlth the formation of a cabinet YOU WANT THEM.. To-day, Ansonla Doughnuts, we be gin the season. We are eole agents for these delicious Doughnuts. Just reoeived, Kennedy's Hard Oys. ter, Dot Farina, Long Branch, Oyster Crackers, all fresh and crisp. Something New. Kennedy's Marsbmallow Bonbons and Apricot Drops. AT THE OLD STAND, E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st. Never Sold so Cheap Bsfore. THE beateteak In the olty sold here at a saorifloe: fresh killed onickena rrvprv day. Orders dellv red at short not ce. You can uuv aura iuraeyn, vucae ana waese at cost pnoea ; come eai ly, ea Deo allv on Satur. )?lai to avoid mistake, as we deliver rdera Remember wa aeU cheaper now than ever before, oonsequent on un auinen or a -ae aeorea i nme. Respectfully, B. BCHOENBERGER k SON. PRESERVING FRUITS. Peaches, Plums and Crabapples. A gooa assortment st popular pnoes. MAKE NO MISTAKE, Goods are sold aa low here a they were for merly in tbe Uty Market. J.B. JUDSON, 867 Chapel street. Exohange Building. D. X WELCH & SOU" OFFER To-day, September 21st. 60 baskets extra fine Peaches for can ning. N Green Gage Plums, i , Damson Plums, Lombard Plums. The above lot of Plums 46o basket. Tbe season is almost over for Peaches and Plums. Better consider above lots. Fancy Concord Grapes 20o basket. " Delaware " ' 22o " 1.000 lbs Conoord Grapes 6o lb New green Ginger Root 12o lb. The finest Delaware Sweets SSo peck, 90o bushel. Sweet Orange 20c dozen. Our fins gilt edge Creamery Butter Z8qlb. A fine Taole Butter 22 and 20 lb. Olives. OUves. Olives. A ful. pint bottle of Olives for only ISo. A Big Bargain. Remember this is the season for Frank Parsons' Specialties : Sure Death to Waterbugs, "Good-bye'" for Bedbugs and Ants, Fatal Food for Bits and Mice, and Buffalo Death forCarpetbugs and Moth. The above goods sold with guarantee. JD. M. W ELCH & SON, 28 and 30 Congress Avenue. Branohea HtOtiopbeU Avenue, West Haven, Burann Avenue, rairoaven. Prices Lower ! a Tariff gives puffs of allow" ance from a just received Importation of CIGARS. 6ILBERT t THOMSON A Truthful AdTertlsemen TT Is true that every purchaser of an nnr fln Teaa haa iust saved tea eenti Ah nmfariMkl Tm for TOo. JOo for SJa. m for 5 o.suo for 40c. Our Teas and Coffees are equal w any mine cir. . Brydso's Eist Reck Tea Store, 078 State Street, near Edwards. "SUPERUTWE eLesdlng Bread Flour of the rJ'r- World. J.D. DEWBLL & C0.r Wholesale Agents, 439 State Street, New Haven VAL MUSS. f. Discovered for the t Disease. . suffered all the teaickni and they era many ani hat ditcov ered tb n hunted for Inee the d hemlitts It is merely hot ean be. without mrar or milk. on Juice Buy be sdled st dUcretlnn. Chase & Sanborn's Hi'itiH Seal Brand Coffee Universally accepted as the ' Leading Floe Coffee or the World. The only Coffes served st ths WORLD'S FAIR. CHASE & SANBORN. Boston, Mats. gdncation. MISS BEMTA V. SLOCl'M. OHlEULV "f tbe Andemon Normal fiohool for Ovmnaatloa. will fnrm r In physical cu ture for lnke ud cblldien at M..B Gilbert's scoool. S3 Wall atreet. Wrrtn, . day. October 1 '. 27rf New Haven Conservatory of Music, 8 CHCKCH STitreT. E. A. PARSONS. J. JER0MB HATES. iuly Private Instruction Only. GEORGE CHADWICK STOCK, VOCAL RTIimn Rooms 13 and 15, Cutler Building, Open evt nlDK-'. stO 6m MISS OltTON and MISS MCUOLS, (Buoctaaora ta the MIahp VAwutdn WILL reopen on Wednesday, Sept. th,at 57 Elm atrinf. tliMir Huv ftr,hn,il f,t Girls. Primary. Intermediate and Aoademlo Department. Special students admitted. Col lege nreuaratlnn. rirniiltira it.niviiii.MAr study furnished on application. au W lm SCHOOL. 76 HUWK STREKT. M1S8 1 Lena M. Nlcnola. Prlnolpal, rejpens MondaV . Seut. 17. AdTrtnnpil Prlmnrv and Kindergarten Departments, oral PrencB lu all. Private instruction also given. aW 31t WEST END INSiTfUTii. KC HILLHOU8E AVENCE. Mr, ani Miss uv gady g tfjardlug and Day School reopeus Wednesday, October id. Three Departments, Kindergarten, Intermediate and Institute. for particulars Inquire at the school, slim THK HISSES CATLLVS DAT 8cbool for Boys and Girl will reopen Sept 19t h at No. lo Home Place, au .9 lm MEOHANICAL DRAWING. v F. B. HONET, 179 Church street. Hartford nffiRA. Hllliprataln Rmlrf'c ArfH-a.a' letters to New Haven office. 'aulS ly MISS LEIGHTOX'S SCHOOL . FOB Bys 'tod GlrW". reobena; T&urada. Sfint. 27. ThrPrt drHtrmenf.Hnvamfn.- Intermed.iitei Kindergarten. Hunnv schiol rooms, thoroughly heated and venti.ated. ionittUVnoXB m, sI028t opposite Hlllaouse avenue. SCHOOL FOR BOYS. "' (MR. GILB'S.1 TheFali Term begins Tuesday. i ociiitjiuuor . For admission please call at the sohool .. ., -, rooms, No. 17 n4. 18, Insurance Buildlnz. au23 eodtf ANDERSON GYMNASIUM, 807 York treet. CLASSES aftern ons and evenings for La dles Misses and Cuildr jn. SDeolal bova' ciaf s twlo 3 a week. La lies are invited to call Tuesday afternoons. Circulars on aonllcaMon to BUHTHA I. IVES, 8CB York strew. Office hours 9 to 12 dally. . e24 3m ' Select School for'Pancing, TTaBMOMIE hall, 9 Elm street Reopening IX days, Tuesday, Wedne diy au! Satur dar, Sept. ruber Si, io and 29, will be devitel totherejrla a4n of nams and the assign. meniotpupiia ro rneir reapeouve. classes. S mlnarl s, Sobools and private olassee, in or Out of the city, will rec- Ivi piomptattentloa. Curb. ok containing terms, o'pss ias, an a htm as to what Is taught 1a this sohool, mailed on app leu ion. gin am v. tuanuia maluhh, rnncipai. F.A. FOWLER'S SCHOOt OF MUSIC IJ1AWU,-voice, urgau. violin. Harmony. ODBne SeDt. 4th. Amonst the teaahwa are F. A. Fowler, Franz Mlloke, Dr. John U. Griggs (or Metropolitan College of Music, N. Y..) and other competent assistants. Konms 8 and 9, 61 Chapel street. Lessons are alo riven at pupils' residence when desired. Send for circular. si)d&tr4m W. E. HAESCHE, Harmony. Cjunternolnt. Analvels. etc' thorough practloal training given. Lesson at residence. If desired. Ensemble playing. When advanied to a certain degree, puptls will have the advantage of playing In duet, trio, quartet and string orohestra. Prog-rams of concerts given by pupils will bd ssnt ou application. - 3218it SOCIETY AND ARTISTIC DANCES. Q 1 A CHAPEL street, New Haven. Conn., all) go Columb is avenue, New Tog GKOftGE E. WALTER, from 4SJ Columbu avenue. New York, successor lo Prof. A, M. Loomls. 91H ChapeUtreet. Classeaod rrtvate lesson : New Havf-n. Conn,. Wednesdaya and Baturdays ; New York olty, Mondays, Tues- rs, Thursdays an I Frtuara Bend for cir lars. Mr. Waiter lately returned from Eu rope after most successful teaonlng two sea sons, ucioDer. usuu "fv Wh n ram, France, and London, Eng. ' . : : s31tf Hopkins; Prepare boys thoroughly for Tale eoQegs and the Sheffield Sclentlja sohooL The two buniired and thlrty-flfih year of this hUtorio tohool will begin on . .. - . , Thursday, Sept. 27, The rector. Mr. George I. Fo', will be at hi home. No. T College street, tor consulta tion with parents, from I to IS in the morning en and after Friday, September 14, instil the opening of tbe sohool term. - , " UUt peooucMSeliaoii BSSAUER-TEOOSTWIK: Hinarlriar and all Instrnmant will be iaiwht krtax the method of European Conservata-j iriea. ... .:.' - . . v' - OlMruetlon in Cuuus a BMouutir. - UVOBTtonai U Toni man wuviai vauAstn e-lckiw. lnnnlU,' V I re that had av oMliaV "ti aa .