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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, FR'DAY, OCTOBER 5 1894
THE GENUINE Popularly known tiirmifilioiit Now KiikIuikI an the highest Standard 10 cent Cigar for futility, Quantity ami Workmanship. IVXAJDHJ 33 Y IP. 33. ORAVI, Direct Inipoi-lvr of tUo (inert Vueltit Almjo Havana Tobacco and Manufacturer of Clxurs, Corner Klm ami Wnoilw Klrvrta, Xw Hvn, Conn. Miscellaneous. fur Work a Specialty. k 'J New Haven House Building. FALL UNDERWEAR, From Allen. Sollcy ie Co.. London, and the American Hosier- Co. All Wool, White aud Natural, In light, medium and heavy weights. Hlkand Wool, Pure Silk, Merino, Balbrlggan and Cotton and Wool, In both MEDIUM and BEST grades. As a leader we shall offer lour pieces Heavy Balbrlggan For $5.00. CHASE & CO., Eolc agents for Koyos Bros.' (Boston) Laun " dry UAKD-WOKK, and satisfac tion guaranteed. guruitutx, gtc. ALL BUYERS OF FURMTME AND CARPETS Are invited to visit our warerooms aud b-T 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 fetuelers. JUST RECEIVED, The Fall line of "Rogers" Silver Plated Ware. New designs in Spoons and Forks, at bottom prices for genuine goods. vi w. WELLS fc GTJNDE, Watchmakers and Jewelers. Full Line Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Ware. KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS. No. 788 Chape! Street. Bliscellaneous. The beet for Driveways, Cellar and Shop Floors, Copings, and all kinds of Artificial Stone Work. Estimates furnished by The Manufacturers, c. d. BOBnrsrar & co., ttySOtf 42 STATE gZBEEX, H T rp 5fl...r5 TT CHASE J CarlionizBttStone. ARE STAMPED Laundries. DO YOU WANT Your Carpets ' BriilteieJ, The Moths Killed, and the Dut Kctuoved ? WE CAN' DO IT. Lace Curtains Of the finest rjuulltlos cleaned without injury We areoieolally fitted up for this work. Dyeing and Cleaning Of Men's Suits and Overcoats, Ladies' Dresses, elo. Laundering Of Shirts, Collar., Cuffs. Uudorolothlng. ME FORSYTH CO.. OFFXCE3-878 CHAPEL STREET, 645 " " 23 BROADWAY, STATE, LAWRENCE avd MECHANIC STREETS. Telephone 854-2 and 8. Jisccllaucous. 1132 Chapel Street, Second door above York street, ON Wednesday and Thursday, October Third and Fourth. Miss A. V. Byrnes, 1132 CHAPEL STREET, Second door above York street. OZZONl'S MEDICATED COMPLEXION ImMrti a brilliant trmriflDarftnCT to the tkln. I Removes all pimples, freck lee and discoloration IOWDER. For Sale Everywhere. Fall Painting. Many years of experience enables us to guarantee the best kind of work for outside and inside painting. Also Decorating, Papering, etc. , dono in the best manner by careful work men. An inspection of our stock solicited. Estimates and prices given on appli cation. The Wolcott & Parret Co., 06 CROWN STREET. COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. 1LLIAM F. KNAiT & CO.. Proprietors, 106 Court St., New Haven; Ct. Work done at short notice. mh28 tt EVERY Article in our store is marked in plain figures, and you are mighty welcome to call and decide for yourself whether you will become a PURCHASER Or not. We are offering in ducements lh.it can o.ilv be apprcc'a'ed by comparison. $25 Chamber Suit for $i2.qo is one of this week's attrac tions. While WALKING Through the beautiful str ets of our city come in and s.e ,or yourself if it pays to ie.id our ADVERTISEMENT. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnishers, ORANGE AND CENTER STREETS. Open Monday and Saturday evenings. WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Solicitor of U. S.;and Foreign Patents Counsel in Patent Causes. ...OCHO& NEW HAVEN, QONK, ' . . TO Church Street, Room 8 and 4. (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday J SPRINGFIELD, MASS.. ": 317 Main Street. (Thursday ,'ffridfty- and Saturday.) Eight years' experience as Examiner la U.S. Patent Office. Befeteneea to New England patent furuiaued, -: . , MisiariH i.v cuumii.. Martina nf In Nw lUvno Molh"d at Mfa laterlal AMoeiatlou In Wwlvlll YmUi day. A rtellijhtfully pleasant meeting of the NVw Haven Methodist Minister' o- elation was held in the commodious parwonuKe of the Westvllle M. E. church, Thursday afternoon, Owlns; to the stormy weather many of the out uf-town pastors fulled to appear. The cxcrclsi of the afternoon opened with prayer by Rev. ftufua T. Cooper, after which novel a I Items of business were transacted. Rev. Cramlult J. North, prt-Bldlnir elder of the New Haven Ula- trlct, gave a very comprehensive exe-Sf-sls on "The Resurrection Body," which provoked an animated discus hIkii. Rev. William M. t'arr read an admirable sermon on "Soul nest." The Indies served an exceptionally fine sup per In the pretty parlors of the church. The pastors present were: Presiding Kldcr North, Rev. Dr. A. D. Vail, ltcvi. C H. Ford, A. V. R. Abbott. V. A. Scofleld, William M. Carr, D. N. (JrlfTIn, R. T. Cooper and Revs. Howe and McNtcholl, pastor of the West vllle ConrrreKatlnnal and M. E. churcheg. The next meeting: will be held at the M. E. church, Seymour, Thursday, No vember 1. JUS31AN RATION. tant Factor Tea H War-time. has been for many CenerXiely the admfiVlon of the mili tary worldVn accountVC his marvellous powor of iVdurancc. Vj)erts explain this throaglXthe. facV titer the Russian army is suppSiyJKuAteV as a ration; and tea, as is well knowrXika marvellous nerve food and sttengthciiUV stimulant. This illustration represents a very i attractive pocket pin cushion, which wa will send free to any one. Address CHASE & SANBORN, BOSTON. EARLE& SEYMOUR, SOLICITORS OF American and Foreign 868 Chapel Street, NEW HAVEN, CONN. District of Bran ford, rs. Probate Court, 1 October 21, A. D. 18!4. f ESTATE ot PHIN.;E 1$. WAKNKU, late of 1 Brauford, In said district, decoised. Upon npulic itl)n of Abort Warner, by his ntiurii y, William A. Wrt ht, praying: that admlnisi ntion may be (minted on said oatalo, as per application on tile mure' fully appears, It is ... ORDERED That said application be henri and determined at. inn Predate offlee in Branfonl, In said district, on the 6th day of Oi.-t-.iber, A. D. lulH, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice be (riven of the pendency of sa d application andtne time and placoof n.-arinir thoroon by publishing the same three timet in some newspaper having a circulation in said district, ol 3t WALTER KOOTE, Judge. EVERYTHING To Make Your Home Beautiful and Life Happy." WHITE ENAMEL, BATH ENAMEL, VARNISH STAINS, GOLD PAINTS, HEADY FOR USE. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street, Courier Building. New Haven. Conn. WLU&tXt'AhtVS. BEECHER and BENNETT, Funeral Directors and Embalmers,,. i,.1 No. 280 Elm SI, Broadway Square. OPEN DAY AND MI6HT'- . Telephone No. KM. - -' Jy3 8m THEODORE KEILER, CNDEBIAKBB, J t. 162 ORANGE STREET Near Court street.) Telephone No. 857-3. FRIENDS OF CREMATION AY without permit visit the HarDle Co lumbarium at Fresh Pond. oDDoslte Lutheran cemetery, any afternoon, Sunday Included. Full information at Cremati in Office, 68 East- Houston jt.. NowYor. - tSB 28tt MOESEfcfc C. W. Hills, :,-;' r?; FnAeral Dlreetor. Specialty of ErabaJnMnz Bodies tot Women ana Children.- .1 M. '- V-.- 91 Crown St., New Hayn, Ct. '"' JHBS. K. MOIUE. - MRJL M. HIT. PATENTS, 1 NlchtSeU. Telepnoneoaw. ,v 1 Massachusetts State Analyst: "As the excellence of a Baking Powder is dependent upon the yield of leavening gas, and upon the wholesomeness and purity of its ingre dients, the 'Royal is unquestionably the best." ) V U.IUITH Of rilli fVH KKALH, With Half die World to Chnow From They Ktlrk ti Tiro Little Island. The fur leal (its name should be fur ry veal lion) Is the most celebrated of all our fur-bearers, and the United States government has been as active In protecting It from destruction as It was Indifferent to the fate of the buf falo millions. If our great Internation al dispute with England and Canada over the fur seal had arisen seventy years ago, before the days of peaceful arbitration, there would surely have been a war over It. Nor Is our Interest In our fur seal to be wondered at when we stop to consider that from 1870 to 1890 our national treasury received $6,- 000,000 from the Alaska Commercial Co. as royalty on the animals killed (six sevenths of the purchase price of Alas ka). When to this we add the amount received In a twenty per cent. Import duty on the dressed aklns as they came back to us from the English dyers, the total revenue derived from the fur seal In twenty years amounts to the enor mous Hum of $8,500,000. Such an animal was worth saving from destruction. No other quadruped ever became such a bone of contention between two great nations for a long period, the discus sion winding up with a high and mighty conference of arbitration. As usual, the whole trouble arose through the greediness of a few Irre sponsible and lawless Individuals. The sealers of the Pacific coast' Insisted upon taking fur seals by shooting them in the open sea, by which wasteful pro cess seven were lost for every three se cured. But If It were not for the loss of money revenue derived from this animal, It is quite certain the govern ment would have allowed the wasteful slaughter to go on until the last seal was dead. The fur seat H's not a true seal by any means, but a sea Hon, with naked, pad dle-shaped flippers and tiny ears. It is about two-thirds the size of the Zalo- phus, and Is therefore the smalles member of the sea-lion family. Mr. El liott gives the average length of the full-groWn male animal as six feet from nose to tail, and weight from 350 to 600 pounds. The average length of the adult female 1e a trifle over four feet, and weight'from 62 to 75 pounds. When dry, the coat Is of a dark, steel-gray color, and only the coarse, stiff outer hair is visible. Underneath this lies a dense coat of very fine and soft light brown fur, in which lies all the value of the skin. In preparing the pelt the coarse outer hair is entirely removed, and the underlying fur Is dyed a shiny, lustrous black, and sheared down very evenly. For some mysterious reason we, the people of "Yankee ipgenuity," are actually .unable to dye seal fur suc cessfully, and this work is from sheer necessity sent to England.. When It comes back there is a high rate of duty to pay, which in addition to the origi nal royalty of ?10.22 paid to the gov ernment by the North American Com mercial Co. for every skin taken, the very long bill of transportation charges, labor and profits all along the line, from the back of the seal to that of the fortunate wearer, accounts for the price of from $250 to $800 on a seal-skin cloak. In its habits the fur seal is a remark tble creature. With tnree thousand miles of coast to land upon if it chose, this strange and perverse animal now refuses to set flipper upon any portion of the whol? North American conti nent, island or mainland, save the two little dots of land In Bering sea, St. Paul and St. George Islands, known to tiie world collectively as the Pribilof Islands. St. Paul is seven miles by fourteen, and St. George is only five and a half by thirteen. And yet, when Mr. Elliott made his careful and elaborate survey of all the "rookeries," or herding-grounds on those islands, in July, 1873, and labo riously calculated the number of their fin-footed inhabitants, he found there the astonishing number of 3,193,420 fur seals. Like sheep in a pen, they actu airy crowded one another on the sloping shores of sand, or water-worn bould ers,, or tables of slaty-blue basalt. Each burly old male appears a giant beside the females and young males gathered around him. W. T. Horna day in the St. Nicholas for October. nvxnsa a wild turkey. A long Shot at a Great Bird Brings Him Down In the W ods. Jack Ballister, the hero of Howard Pyle's latest serial, In the October St. Nicholas, is described as stealing from his master's plantation to enjoy a wild turkey hunt. r The sun sank further toward the west, and the shadowv of the trees grew longer and longer. Jack eat lis tening and enjoying the warm 'solitude. The sun sank lower, and lower. "Tan de turkey, MaSia pennls," said Little Coffee suddenly, and Jack, whose thoughts had been wandering, came sharply and keenly back to him self. " Dennis started up from where he lay and looked In the direction In which Little Coffee was pointing. Jack raised himself cautiously and looked, too. The turkeys had come out from the woods without any of the three seeing them until that mqment. They, were feeding in , the opening abput sx furlong away, "arid maybe fifty or sixty yard from the edge of the woods& . f' JDennls arose ami itobk Ihto gun with? out speaking. Then, partly .crouching, he ekh-ted batk into the wood. Jack following him, and Little Conee follow- taace, and then Dennis tutw4 abarDlX.1 ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER 00., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. out again toward the edge of the woods. He went forward now very slowly and cautiously, and Jack followed him half crouching. He found that his heart was thumping heavily within him. He was Intensely excited.. Would Dennis really shoot one of the turkeys? "Walt a little," said Dennis without turning around "wait a little until I .aee where I be." Jack could now see between the thick ets that the clearing was Just ahead of them. Dennis crept cautiously for ward and Jack stood watching him. Presently he saw that Dennis was beckoning for him to come forward. He did so, coming very care fully. Dennis was crouched down look ing out through the bushes, and Jack followed thm. Ho peered out from be lowed them. He peered out from be tween the leaves, and there were the turkeys, perhaps fifty or sixty yards away a great cock turkey, and three or four hens, each with a brood of some dozen turkey-poults, perhaps as large as so many pullets. To Jack's eyes the great birds looked very big and very near. '"T Ls like If we went on a little fur ther," whispered Dennis, "we could get nlgher to 'em, but I have a mind to risk a shot from here." Jack did not say anything. His heart was beating and throbbing vio lently. Dennis crouched for a moment or two, looking at the turkeys. Then he carefully raised his gun and thrust It out through a fork of the bush in front of him. ' He took a long, steady aim. Jack waited, hardly daring to breath, every nerve tensely braced to meet the shock of the discharge. He waited, but there was no report. Sud denly Dennis lowered the gun from his shoulder. Jack's nerves relaxed thrill ing. '"T is like they are too far away for a sure shot," said Dennis. "I've a mind to try and get nlgher to them around that point of woods yonder." Jack drew a deep breath, almost like a sigh. Then he saw that Dennis was aiming the gun again. Something must have alarmed the birds, for the reat cock raised his head and looked tharply this way and that. Then sud denly, when Jack was not expecting it, there came the stunning, deafening re port of the gun. A cloud of pungent smoke hid everything for a little while. Then it had dissolved. Could Jack be lieve his eyes? The great turkey-cock was flapping and struggling upon the ground. He leaped up with a shout and ran out into the clearing. He heard Little Coffee shout behind him. He ran for ward through the long, shaggy grass, jumping over the stumps. He had a vision of the rest of the turkeys scat tering with shrill, piping cries towards the woods, half-flying, half-running. but the great turkey-cock still lay flap ping upon the ground. It was nearly still when he reached it; its half-closed eyes were still bright with the life that had just left them. There it lay upon the ground. Jack looked down at it in an ecstasy. The sun shone upon- the burnished, metallic lustre of its neck- feathers purple, blue, green. Its great horny foot made a futile, scratching ntrusrgle, and then it was still. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court,) October 3 1.189t. f ESTATE or PARAH O. DAGGETT, late of ' New Havtn. In said district, decease!. The Court of Prota'n for the riistrlct Of New Haven hath limits! and allowed six months from the dat- hereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for set ilnnnt. Those who ne ilect to present their accounts, properly nt'ested, within said tfme will be detarred a recovery. A'l persons in debted to said ortato are requested to make immediate payment to "4 ?d1w Executrix. Thousands of Pairs of S hoes at Half Value. Present Opportunity to Save Money. LOOK AT THE BARGAINS WE' OFFER : Hand-Sewed Fine Shoes, $5.00 kind, for $3.60 ladies' sizes. Dongola Patent Tip Button, 92.27. Misses' Dongola Button, 90o, worth 2.00. Child's Dongola Button, 69c, worth 1.60. Men's Slippers, 78 and 90o. We put in this sale also several hun dred pairs of Ladles' 3.00, 4.00 and 5.00 Shoes, small sizes, at 680. ' Don't miss this sale If yon want shoes, 854 Chapel Street. Mb litter's Sale. : The lady of the house Why don't you go to work? Don't you know that a rolling stone gather no moss? Browning, the tramp Madam, not to evade your question at all, but merely to obtain information, may I ask of what practical utility moss Is to a man In my condition? TId-BUs. POLITICAL. Ki onbllcan ion Convention. Notice Is hereby given that the Re publican town convention of New Ha ven to nominate justices of the peace and judge of probate will be held at the Toung Men's Republican club on Friday evening, October 6. 1894. Pro bate convention at 7:30 and justice of the peace convention at 8tn'cIock. JAMES H. MACDONALD, Chairman Republican Town Comm. New Haven, October 1, 1894. Republican Headquarters, Room 4. 49 Church Street Any republican wishing Information In regard to being made an elector or securing naturalization papers can re ceive all needed Information at the re publican committee room from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m., or of Frederick L. Averlll, General Registrar, 761 Chapel street James H. MacDonald, Chairman Republican Town Committee. D. I. WELCH & SOI OFFER 500 Dozen Key Brand Califor nia Jams, In glass, Crosse & Biackwell style, Only 10c per glass. We guarantee the above jam to equal any in the market, and at lOo glass. 1'ou are paying ju t half prioe. All kinds Sti aw berry, Raspberry, - Plum, Pear, Aprici.t, eto, only lOo glaas. 100 bbls fancy Delaware Sweet Pota toes, only 20o peck. 500 l irge baskets Ccnoord Grapes, 23c basket. 500 large baskets Delaware Grapes. Finest CapeCod Crauberr es only lOo qt. Just receivd, NEW Maple Syrup, 22o quart bottle, warranted pure. Fresh Eg'S only lOo dozen. TOILET SOAP. 1 Big, big bargain in Glyoerine.Tailet Soap, 30o dozen, or 2 cakes 5o. you can save money by buying nour ana atijrar ot us. Many other bargains. D. M. WELCH & SON, 28 and 30 Congress Avenue, Branches 176 Campbell Avenue, West Haven. e urana Avonue, Jair Haven, . Don't Forget It ! IT IS YOUR LAST CHANCE. Received to-day 100 Baskets XX Fancy Native White reaches. Delaware Grapes, In baskets, 20c. Concord Graphs, in large baskets, 25o. Bnrtlett, Sheldon, Korthford Seedlina nnd Buffum Pears, for eating, uranges, mgs. Fresh Cocoanut Macaroons. AT THE OLD STAND, E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st. PRESERVING FRUITS. Peaches, Plums and Crabapples. - .wu assuiKiucuti nil popular prices. MAKE NO MISTAKE, Goods are sold as low here as they were for merly in toe city Market. J. B. JUDSON, 867 Chapel street. Exchange Building. The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered AT E. Sohoenbewtr & Son's. Poultry and Meats nover so cheap. See our m-ices : Lea-s lamb onlv lflnlh Ann ohlckens 10n lb, Slbsoholce steak 25c, .nice lamb chops 10c lb, turkeys Via lb. corned beef 3c and 4c lb. Thousands of bargains here to day, as we olose our m-irket on Monday, Oc- WUVl A, Ulltll O ft. Ul. ti. fcunutuiiiaKK a son, -Telephone 720. 1. 2. 8 Central Market. French Peas. We have recently imported our season's supply of the finest Extra Fine French Peas ON THE WORLD'S MARKET. . These Peas are our own importation, and we guarantee them to suit. GILBERT & THOMPSON A Truthful Adrertisement IT is true that every purchaser of any ot our fine Teas has just saved ten cents on each pound 80s Tea ror too, TUo for 6Jc, 6J0 fn. K n KHn f jAn flni Tnofl an.) i1. equal to any in the olty. . Bryden s East Hock Tea Store, 978 State Street, near Edwards. "SUPERUTIVE." The Leading Bread Floitf of the '" World. J. 1). DEWm & CO., ,'Vr ' Wholesale Agents :"'.":" State StrsisVC. Nftw Havit; txxoXaxu WILLIAM K. CIIANDLElt. SINO.NU, 1'lann and Oriran. KtMm iM IIOADI.. V PII.PIX,. WM. S. WHEELER, OHOAN1HT Hh Ave. Ire.i. ebureb. New Vurk t-llvi I11 Nttw llitvcm Uoiidavd. Tut- days and 'rauraday. Apply twtweoo Jand 10 a.111. TuDadays. room 1 H. rura 1 I Hl.li. 06 4t Lyon Gymnasium for Men and Boys. 1tt t ul'ltCH and MS hMil IrMMa, ClnoeHoura: yomia Mho, IVio !., Monday and Fridays, 3 10 4 p. m., bes-timlng-Ontobor I, lr04i prlux l6.0J. Uoya, under U ytwra, Tu ad .ya and Friday. 4:.iu to 6 p. in., Iwtulnnlug- (Vtobw i, IHH 1 price l&.UO. Hu, Tu ndiiy and Friday evrnloin, 7:4 to S:45, Ihv Kliuim October S. l9t, Brio SjS.00. Tb abova terras include ail extra iockr, bower baiba, examination, uae 01 irynina lum and apparatus -nd taeaielaaa luiaoits fur I be wa.oti. October L ll4, to June 1. Imh, Call and rnvlsler now; olro liar. K. P. LY-ON, Lyon Gymnasium, oornnr Church a id Chang! (root. Now Uavoo, Coon. U. L. Uviht. Jh., Inttnn-tor. 0I Im Fit AN K JI0TC1IKISS OS1J0UN, TKACHKB OF lING!N(l, 31 Insurance Building. WEDNESDAYS. J9 Jm MISS BEMTA V. 8 LOCI M, FOKMEKLY of inn Anderson Normal School for Gymnaatlna, will form claim In physical cu turo for iHrtlea and children at Miss Gilbert a school, IB Wall street, Wcln.a. day, October '.0. tf New Haven Conservatory "of Musis, HH CHUUCH STKb'tCT. E. A. PARSONS. J, JEUO.HE HAYBj, slU ly Prlvatolnsj ruction Only. GKOKdE CHADWICK STOCK, , . vocal srtjuro. " Rooms l.l aud IS, Cutler Building-. Entrance W Chapd street. Open oyeiilnirs. w98m MECHANICAL DRAWING, F.H. HONEY, 17) Church street. 1 JJnrtC,raT0ffl:?' """""tela Build 'g. Addreai letters to Now Haven office. uli ly MISS LKIGHTON'H HIHIUM. TT0," P'X" SS? rls reopens Thursday, X bept. 27. Three department Grammar, Intermediate. Kindergarten. Sunny school rooms, thoroughly heated and ventilated. ui UKUVE bTRi ET, opposlto Hlllhouse avenue. sl028t F.A. FOWLER'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC IJJIANO, Voice, Organ, Violin, Harmony. Open Sept. 4th. Among the teachers are F. A. Fowler, Frana Mllcke, Dr. John C Grlga-s (of Metropolitan College of Music, N. Y..)and other competent assistants. Rooms S and 9, 61 Chapel street. Lessons arc alsj irlvon at pupils' residence when desired. Send for circular. sUd&w.lin ANDERSON GYMNASIUM, ' 807 York tret. flLASSES aftern ions and evenlnars for Lv J dim. Misses and Children. Speolal boys' cias twioe a week. La-lies are Invited tocall Tuesday afternoons. Circulars on application to BERTHA I. IVES. 807 Yorfestrent Office hours 9 to la dally. 834 3m GENEVIEVE STEBBINS' SYSTEM OF AESTHETIC PHYSICAL CULTURE AND DELSARTE. Miss ADELAIDE MORSE, Teacher. Apply at 237 York street, o22m MORNINGS. SCHOOL FOR BOYS. (MR. GILE'S.) TheFallT erm begins Tuesday " September i. ' For admission please call at the school rooms, Nos. 17 and 18, Insurance Building. auZ3eodtf UAlan4 fiilfAl 4rM llinninn lillW"1'' UliUVVl -1U1 JdUi.lUfi. TTAKMONIE haU, 9 Elm street. Reopening day, Septi mber 25, 26 and 29, will be dev.it i 10 toe registering- 01 names ana tne assign ment of ouDils to their rasoectlvA nlAqnn. S mlnarii-s, schools and private classes, in or out of the city, will receiva prompt attention. Our b ok containing terms, class dars, and a hint. as to what is taught lu this school. mauea on nop ica'ion. swzm v. rKAfluisMALoriB, hTinolpal. W. E. HAESCHE, Violin School. "TjlOHD building, room 14, cor Chapel Jnd Jj State streets. Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Harmon v. Counteroolnt. Analvsis. etc. A thorough practical training given. Lessons at residence, if desired. Ensemble playing. When advanced to a certain degree, pupils will have the advantage of playing in duet, trio, quartet and string orchestra. Programs of concerts given by pupils will be sent on application. s2213it SOCIETY AND ARTISTIC DANCES. Q 1 A CHAPEL street, Now Haven, Coniiw, wtU 438 Columbus avenue. New York GEORGE E. WALTER, from 42tl Columbus avenue, iNew York, sucoessor to rrot. A. M, Loom Is. 91" Chapel street. Classes and private lessons : New Haven, Conn.. Wednesdays and Saturdays ; New York city, Mondays, Tues days, Thursdays and Fridays. Send for cir. culars. Mr. Walter lately returned from Eu rope after most successful teaching two sea. sons, October, 189L to May, Mas, in Paris, F rance, ana ixmaon, eng. sam Seooua Seaeon or THE , DESSAUER-TE0OSTWTK SCHOOL OF MUSIC. Beirlnninir SeDt. 4th. 1814. ainnina- nnd all Instruments 111 be taught lifter the methods of European Conservato4 ries. , Instruction in glasses a specialty. . Address 781 Chapel Street. jUsceUaneottfl. VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED BY FARfiHAM. . . ' , ' Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed. I orders left at, BBADLEY & D ANN'S, 406 1 1 ate Street, BOB'T. VEITCH SON'S, 974 Chapel Street, ' LINSLEY. ROOT & CO. S. it) Broadway. . Will receive prompt attention. P. O. Addras Box 855. Telephone 425-13. NOTICE. ... THE Board of Assessors of the Town of New Haven will be In session at room 8, City Hall, from October 1st to November 1st; i, ror tne purpose 01 receiving ui usisan paired by law. . iffloe hours from 9 a. m. to 12 m. and from 2 until 5 P.m. -, .;. -. .. -. OEOKUB W. KBAIj. I . WM. V. SHANNON. - Assessor. CHAS. A. BALDWIN, I ED WABD F. MERRILL, t B2512t Smokers, Take Notice ! s ; If y ju want an ' . . Imported, Key West or Dom'estlo Cigar; Smoking, Chewing or Plug Tobacoor or a good Pipe, "' Call at Lauber's Cigar Store, sir - TSa Chapei street. , , " ,Brift's Disease,1 Diabetes, and Other Diseases of the Kidneys, nd Information Free which will Astound , and Convince the Most Skeptical. ; No stamp necessary for information. Addraaf . - REV. DR. L. E. HALJj, v.i . '.- Pastor First Baptist Church, "a; -..r. , ' Hattiesburg, Bits.,- .-' t.-1-in.-W.- K O. BOX o. 70, Kew OTleans, La, Sam nanec --' Jyll:"