NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. SATUEDAY,PCT0BER 13 1894
Topulnrly known throughout Now Encluiid a Hie holiest Standard 10 cent Cigar
tor Quality, Quantity and Workmanship.
BT IT. 13. CHlWEJ,
Direct Importer of the finest Vuolta Ahajo Havana Tobacco and Manufacturer
Comer State nd Womiw Stroeta. Now TTavon, Conn.
fur Work a Specialty.
n t. wismtiM A
Jji JJi II lUMUUXW M UVij
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK
Microscopic and Drawing Material
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION.
For the Laboratory and Drawing Room
Eye Glasses and Spectacles
Made to order and carefully
Repairing Neatly and Promptly
$4 Church and 61 Center Streets,
Near the I'ostofflce
Are invited to visit our warerooms and
he convinced that we huve the
Largest and Best Assorted Stock
And that we give tho
Best Values for the Money.
STAHL & HEGEL,
8, 10, 12 Church Street.
Eyes Tested Free of Charge and
Glasses Supplied at Lowest Prices.
Onr fail line of Solid una Silver Plated
Knives, Porks, Spoons, Ladies, etc., contains
many choice designs.
Silver Biscuit Caddies,
Condnu Mills Cim-holders,
Tlon Dimwi. C 'Icry Dishes,
Are amongot the newest things tor presents.
A fiill line Is carried by
J. H. G. Daunt, Jeweler and Optician,
53 Church struct, opp. 1'oatoffice.
WELLS & GT7NDE,
Watchmakers and JewoleiA
Full Line Sterling Silver and
SilTcr riatea AVare.
NOIL'S AMI-RHEUMATIC RINGS.
No. 788 Chapel Street
Che best for Driveways. Cellar and Soon
. floors, Coping, and all kinds or
Artificial Stone Work.
Estimates furnished by
. . The Manufacturers,
C. D. ROBINSON & CO.,
myWtf M3 8TATE STREET,
DO YOU WANT
Your Carpets Biltnil,
The Moth Killed, and the Dust
WE CAN DO IT.
Of the fined qualities oloaued without
Injury We are especially fitted
up tor this work.
Dyeing and Cleaning
Of Mon'a Suits and OverooaU, Ladle'
Of Shirts, Colliirs, Cuff, Underclothing.
THE FORSYTH CO.,
OFFICES-878 CHAPEL STREET,
C45 " "
STATE, LAWRENCE and
Telophono 864-3 and 8.
American and Foreign
868 Chapel Street,
STEW HAVEN, CONN.
To Make Your Home Beautiful and
KEADY FOK USB.
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
396-398 State Street,
Courier Building. New Haven, Conn.
Fall ai Winter Millinery.
1132 Chapel Street,
Second door above York street.
A large, handsome and varied assort
ment of M llinery Trimmings.
Special styles in Felt Hals.
Artistical y Trimmed Hats and Bonnets.
Mourning Bonnets and Hats
. a speoialty.
Miss A. V. Byrnes,
1133 CHAPEL STREET,
Tecond door above York street.
Iflmparts a brilliant transparency to the skin.
D Removes all pimple., freckle, ana dUeoloraUooa
Smokers, Take Notice !
If y u want an
Imported, Key West or Domestic Cigar,
Smoking, Chewing or Plug Tobaoeo,
or a good Pipe,
Gall at Lauher's Cigar Store,
slT TJ& Chape street.
Many years of experienoe enables us
to guarantee the best kind of work for
outside and inside painting.
Also Deooratins;, Papering, etc. , done
in the best manner by careful work
men. An inspection of our stook solicited.
Estimates and prices given on appli
cation. The Wolcott & Parret Co.,
88 CROWN STREET.
WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN,
Solicitor of U. S. and Foreign Patents
Counsel in Patent Causes. .
NEW HAVEN, CONN., .
70 Church Street, Boom S and .
(Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.)
8FBINGFIELD, MABSv, '
' - 817 Main Mreet.
'(Thursday, Friday and Baturday.)' '
- Btgtatjrekr' jberlnea Examiner la tJ.4.
Patent Office. Ueference to Hew England
FOOD AND HEALTH" EXHIBIT
ahmval axd bxtkhtaixmkxt or
in is toviiuKKiitHie rimtoHH,
The Exhibitor Bn(otl4 Lat Kfralnf
-Another Bupp y of .uv lr ftpoon
for To-dar Oilier feature, of Inter.!.
The Merchants' Retail aasoclutlon of
Poushkeepsle, N. Y., arrived at the
Union depot at 11:35 yesterday morning
In a speolnl train of eight car. Mayor
William Ketcbam and eeveral of the
city olllclala of Fouhkeeple accom
panied the party and nearly all the
merchant: brought their wlvee and
children along. There were about 3M
in tho party, the majority being ladle.
The committee of arrangement! from
the chamber of commerce and the Re
tail Merchants' association, met at Kim
berly'a coal office at 10:30, and pro
ceeded to Union depot In a body. John
C. Gallagher was the chairman of the
cliaralr of commerce delegation and
Waller Leigh on the part of the retail
merchant. Tho other committeemen
were: E. 8. h'.mtrly, Major B. E.
Rrown, Hon. J. P. Dowel!, John M.
Crampton, S. U. Kirby. William Nceiy,
Colonel George D. Post, E. I. At
water, II. H. Guernsey, W. L. Robert
ion, H. Machol, Theodore Hagaman,
J. T. Hlllhouse. L. H. Johnson, F. H.
Hunn, J. T. Benhain, It. B. Farren,
It. J. Dillon, Julius. Tyler and George
E. Ma.lt by.
The committee with the visitors Im
mediately proceeded In a body to the
armory. Manager Chldsey was there to
welcome and conduct them through the
exhibits. The orchestra struck up a
lively inarch and the party marched
arour.d tho exhibit nf the New Hnven
Baking company. Mayor Sargent, Man
ager Chldsey and prominent members
of the Poughkeepsle party and members
of the local committee took seats within
the railing of the exhibit and the as
sembly was called to order by Manager
Chldsey, who said a few words of
greeting, and then Introduced Mayor
Sargent, who welcomed the visitors in
a spirited speech, In which he said:
"We can show you Yale university,
which Is hardly exceeded by any col
lege In the world. We can show you
our hills, our oyster farms and our
clam banks and we welcome you to
our hospitalities warmly. We hope
you will enjoy your stay and again
permit me, in behalf of this city, to
Mayor William H. Ketchum respond
ed for the Poughkeepsle party. He suld
in part: "It Is with pride that we stand
in this city of Yale college. Your mayor
has spoken of some of the attractions of
the city, and allow me to say that if
you will come to our city we will show
you our beautiful park given by Mr.
Smith, who is with us to-day; we will
also show you our college, Vassar, and
the many beautiful drives. We thank
you for the courtesy and cordiality
with which we have 'been received in
John C. Gallagher said that Mr. Sper
ry waa to have spoken for the chamber
of commerce, but had made two political
speeches last night an,d he supposed
that waB the reason he wai'absent.
John A. Piatt, editor of the Pough
keepsle "Eagle," and the postmaster of
that city, said: "I had something to do
with the building of the Poughkeepsle
bridge, which, was partly built for more
direct communication with your city.
There is demand for more direct com
munication, especially In summer, when
a large number of people from our sec
tion of the state wish to visit your sea
side resorts and those further east, and
the people of New Haven and vicinity
wish to go to our mountains. A closer
line of communication would be a great
thing In summer travel. We believe
Poughkeepsle and New Haven should
be more closely identified since we are
thirty miles nearer New Haven than we
are to Hartford."
After the speech making the party
was conducted to Warner hall, where
a fine collation was prlvided through
the kindness of Theodore Hagaman, a
IT IS EN BIOBUB.
lata Upon Coffee Beta?
a Day at Lew.
of fashion is
ed twice, s day
ppear at the
it never be
lio finds lie
Chase & Sanborn's
Universally accepted as the
Leading pine Coffee of Hi World.
The only Coffee served at the
CHASE & SANBORN, Boston, Mist
Ahe latetjf in Mfeworl
tnat cofroftnnst be stro
ItafiKUeast. It rmisVa
W the day. aiM n)ui
r dinner.V InVfi
former resident of Pou6bkeeple. After
tho lunch the party vlmted the univer
sity building, the expoiltlon.Eaat' Rock
park, Judge' Cave and many other
point of Interest. They left for home at
Mayor Ketohum at Kingston Thurs
day wa nominated by the democrat
for eongres. Among the visitor wa
Charles Luokey, the father of Rev. Mr.
Luckey of thl city; George W. Dobbs,
secretary of the Poughkeepsle Retail
Merchants' assocUllon; 0. W. Krieger,
the president, and Jame H. Ward, the
treasurer. The pre wa represented
by D. Brown of the "Enterprise," Mr.
Piatt of the "Eagle," and Mr. Lahey of
A the time for the closing of
the food aand health exposition
approaches the crowd Inoreaae
dally and fully 2,000 people were
present yesterday. The guessing I In
creasing In Interest and thl evening
will close at 9 o'clock. To-day Manager
Chldsey will have another large supply
of the handsome souvenir spoons to
present to the ladle. They will be
given out as long a tho supply lasts
and they are beautiful gifts. The ex
hibition will close this evening and
those who have not attended should
not fall to do so. as it ha proved very
Interesting to all who have attended.
The articles that are given away dally
are very useful and all yesterday af
ternoon a steady stream of ladles was
seen coming up Meadow street
laden with the numerous articles wnicq
are given out.
The exhibit of Krono Brothers' of Now
York, dealers In fruit, though off at
the end, Is viewed by hundreds. They
make a capital display of domestio
fruits, nuts, etc. They are a noted firm
and stand high for lotcgilty and fair
dealing. . .
The Purity Dry Fruit Cleansing com
pany 'of Qulncy, Mass., have an ex
cellent exhibit In a pretty booth. A
specialty dealt In Is the Purity washed
currants, whloh are of a very superior
quality and absolutely clean. The at
tendant at the booth gives patrons of
Uie exposition; -a little cook book en
titled "Dainty Dishes," made up of re
cipes of Mrs. D. A. Lincoln.
The New Haven Baking company's
exhibit does that noted concern great
credit. They have the largest floor
space of any of the exhibitors, and their
show is of a- very. superior order. In
the display of the big variety of goods
handled by this well known company,
a gTeat deal of artistic skill has been
employed. One of the Important fea
tures of the show Is the Ferris wheel,
revolved by an electric motor, bring
ing to view a great variety of samples
Drs. Hughes and Thompson of the
Crown Optical company, Boston, were
both In attendance at the exhibit yes
terday and both were kept busy at
tending to the visual organs of visit
ors, aa was also their assistant, Mr. A.
P. Allen, wh eame on east recently
from southern California, where he
represented the company at the mid
winter exposition. Dr. Thompson and
Mr. Allen were exhibitors at the world's
fair. An adjoining exhibit is that of
M. G. Thompson of Chicago, who shows
the microscopic wonder, magnifying 50
diameters, 2,500 times. It is a micro
scope, florescopev mineral and seed glass
all n. one. ., vi.c
Last nleht's-orowd at the exhibition
waa perfectly Immense and at a little
after 8 o'clock the doors had to be
closed, the armory being Jammed.
At the close of the evening's duties
last evening all the exhibitors remain
o,i nrt enioved a llttde program ar-
rangsd by Manager Chldsey. The party
were seated in front or tne new xiaveii
Baking company's exhibit and shortly
after 10 o'cloctrB. A. Pierce of the Wel
come soap booth waa introduced as
president of the evening. In a short
and pleasing speech he introduced the
genial and popular manager, L. D.Chld-
sey, Who in his usual wuiy manner
gave an old-time humorous speech,
during which he thanked the exhibitors
for their many little attentions during
the tiast two weeks. After his speech,
which was loudly applauded, Mr. Pierce
nresented Mr. Chldsey with a large
cake bearing the .allowing inscription
Chldsey's Little Joker."
The next speaker was the genial Major
Beardsley. who made a short speecn,
In which he thanked all the exhibitors
for the helping hand which had been
extended to him and he hoped that
should there be another exhibition next
year they might all be present.
The next speaker was the genial MaJ,
a delightful humorous recital entitled
How I Love My Sunday School," Tjy
G. K. Jewell. This was greeted with a
storm of applause. Mr. Plumb then
sang several selections, all of which
were highly enjoyed. Last, but not
least, a very pleasing recitation was
by Miss Phoebe Hines, which closed the
evening's program. The rest of the
evening was given up to dancing, which
was highly enjoyed.
On Account nf tho Trouble In the Fire Be
partment of the Anne,
The recent trouble In the Fair Haven
fire department which has resulted in
the withdrawing of the Dayton H. & L.
company from the department govern
ment is the outcome of the Mack, Day
ton and O'Connell factions of two years
ago, when Dayton waa defeated for
election to the board of borough- offl
cers. When Mr. Dayton was an officer
of the borough, he voted to change the
beat of the police, giving Mack and
Doody equal rights one to patrol the
lower part one month and the other the
next Mack rebelled against the ar
rangement calling upon D. B. O'Con
nell, then foreman of the hose com
pany, asking him to assist him In re
talnlng his present beat and telling
him that Dayton was down on him,
and at the election they would put a
ticket In the field and lf thoy were
successful, he (O'Coanell) would be put
in at the head of the fire department
To this he consented. . Mr. Dayton
failed of a re-election and Mr. Mack
carried out his plans, and at the first
meeting of the new board of borough
officers Mr. O'Connell was elected chief.
The next move to down Dayton was to
have the H. & L. company which bore
his name changed to the Qulnnlplao
H. & L. company. The company voted
not to do so under any consideration.
Mr. Mafk and MJ. jO'Connelfi then tried
to influence the borough officers. The
outcome waa that a resolution "was
TN all receipts for cooking
X requiring a Iqavening agent
the' ROYAL BAKING
POWDER, because it is an
absolutely pure cream of tartar
powder and of 33 per cent,
greater leavening strength than
other powders, will give the
best results. It will make the
food lighter, sweeter,' of finer
flavor and more wholesome.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
drawn up by a committee and the
chief to the liking of the chief, which
gave him full power over the depart
ment Mr. Fowler voted against it, but
was overpowered by a majority of the
board. The chief ordered the secretar
ies of both companies to call a special
meeting for Monday last. The meet
ing was held and Chief O'Connell was
chairman. He ordered the resolutions
read and passed by the borough officers,
which gives the chief full power over
the department, and he said at the
meeting he was at the head of the de
partment and Intended to run It There
were twenty-five men of the Dayton
company dropped and not one of the
Qulnnlplao hOBe men. The Daytons
voted to a man not to join the new
company, but to still continue under
the name of J. J. Dayton Fire company,
and withdrew from O'Connell's depart
ment The Dayton has hired quarters
on Qulnnlplao street and ordered a new
truck. Election day may turn the ta
bles. The Dayton company Is com
posed of some of the best men of the
town. In the meantime Mack and
O'Connell are laughing over their vic
tory and the Dayton boys have got
their eyes open for the next election.
AXBONIA'S POVLTBY 8BOW.
Anioola Opera Bunae the Plae-, January
' " 18, 17 s d 18 the Dates.
Ansonla, Oct 12. There was a fairly
attended meeting of the Ansonla Poul
try association In Germanla hall, Tues
day evening. The meeting was one of
more than ordinary interest as the as
sociation decided to hold its first ex
hibition in the Ansonla opera house,
January 16, 17 and 18, 1895. These dates
follow the annual exhibition held in
New Haven, which in turn follows the
Rhode Island exhibition, and it is
learned that nearly all the exhibitors
at those places will send their fowls
here, as the expense of the transfer will
be but slight. The association expects
to be able to offer about $400 In prizes,
which will be a larger amount than has
Wash Your Face with
A pore antUeptlo, medicinal toilet soap
for daily use. It embodies as far
as soap can the
treating the Skin have proven
most beneficial. Druggists sell it.
A book on DermatolosT with every coke.
Every family should
have a bo tie In tbe;
house for instant me.
Ask y ur urugirlst for
It, and insist upon if t
tlng LANGES TONIC
TT.a nn nfliAl ft vmir Ttmicrffiftfs don't.
Price 50o per Bottle.
Office and, Laboratory: . .
43 and 45 COLLEGE PLACE,
and Other JJiseasss -of Itb Kidnsys,
, , Bladder and Stomach vCured.
Information Free which will Astound
1 and Convince the Most Skeptical.
No stamp necessary for information. Address
1 KBV.DitiflJ.;'AAlj, ;
I P. O..BOXS. 70flHv Orleans,
Bnplit s flisaast Diibfltfls.
106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK.
been offered by any association out
side of the large cities. The circulars
announcing that an exhibition would
be held here during the winter were
sent out about two weeks ago, and
already numerous replies have been re
ceived asking for advertising space In
tho premium list which is to be Issued
about December 1. The merchants and
others in the city have been liberal In
their contributions, and they, as well
as the members of the association, are
enthusiastic over the coming event, and
all will work together to make it a suc
cess. Bargains, Bargains.
Tho Beat Ever Offered See Our Prices This
FOWLS, Spring-Chickens and fine Turkeys
at a bargain. Lev mutton 8o lb, lamb loo
llj, 3 lb3 nice tteuk for !k. Lots of bar ains
here overy lay. Orders delivered promptly.
E. 8CHOKNBEKGBK ft SON,
1. i, S Central Market, Congress avenue.
HOW TO GET FLOUR
Call at the Food Exhibit and guess the
Number Barrels of Flour Ground
WASHBURN CROSBY & CO.
From Oct. 1st to 18th, inclusive.
1st Prize, 2 bbls W. C. & Co.
2d Prize, I bbl W. C, & Co. Su
perlative Flour. .
3d Prize, bbl W. C. & Co. Su
4th Prize, 2 bags W. C. & Co.
The winners will receive an order on
I D. DEWELL & CO.
D. I. WELCH & M
First Invoice of Choice New
Layer Figs, 2 lbs 25c
,500 baskets Concord (10 lb size),
If you want Quinces for preserving!
we can suit you. uooa stock, sue cas
ket. XXX Fancy Quinces, 85o.
Finest Cooking Potatoes, TOo bushel.
Fancy Delaware Sweet Potatoes, 20o
peek, 75o bushel .
500 boxe New Medium Smoked Her
rings, ouly 17o box.
New invoice Boneless Herrings, 15o
Try our Glycerine Toilet Soap, 80o
Those Jams (in glass) at lOo each are
New French Peas, 2 cans 25o.
Headquarters on Flour and Sugar.
Try our Pure Maple Syrup, 22o, quart
Buy for Cash and Save Money at
B. M. WELCH. & SON,
28 and 80 Congress Avenue,
Branches 176 Campbell Avenue, West Haven.
8 Grand Avenue. Fair Haven.
97a State Street, near Edwards.
npWO Good Reasons why so, many people
JL come to this store :
Flrst-rThe quality of our Tea and Coffee is
not exoelled in the city.
Second Our toe Teas are 1O0 per pound
cheaper than the popular prices.
o9 ' A. BRYDEN.
Don't Forget It!
IT IS YOUR LAST CHANCE.
100 Baskets XX Fancy Native
Delaware Grapes, in baskets, 20o.
Concord Graphs, in large baskets, 25c.
Bartlett, Sheldon, Northford Seedling
and Buffum Pears; for eating.
Fresh Cocoanut Macaroon.
AT IBB OLD STAND,
E.E. NICHOLS, 378 State st
We have recently imported our season's
supply of the finest
Extra Fine French; Peas
ON THE WORLD'S MARKET. ;
Thg Pea are our own importation,
and we guarantee them to' suit. ', . ;
GILBERT & THOMPSON.
Republican Headquarters, .
Room i it Church Street
Any republican wishing Information
In regard to being mad an (lector or
curing naturalisation paper can re
ceive all needed Information at the re
publican committee room from a, m.
to t p. m., or of Frederick L. Averlll,
General Registrar, 761 Chapel itreet.
Jame H. MacOonald,
Chairman Republican Town Committee.
GKItMAN AM) FKENCH LKHSONS.
(J KKM AN rratllnts W, dm-Klaya from till
I 6. t lifulurairooiuJtlniraace iiulld
lii und W Howe mr t-t.
am ft MlWjW. if , HOT IIKIH.",
SIRS. It. W. Iltltmu
OF tlm Now Y irk Art Hebo l will rrturn
and rcieu bur Htudlo, M iu.urnnro
Minx, on Mmid ly, Out, si.il, olil ;itr
WILLIAM V. (HAVni tn
SINOINU, Piano and Unpin. '
aJadm itiHOAUL YBUIMMNO.
Mrs. ALICE FECHTER GILBERT.
Teacher of Voice Culture.
V rcnooi or mumo, im t'lmpcl mreet.
U( AL and IiiBtrumtnlHi liiMtructlou af.
tor tho mclliodso.' Enron, nn Connor v
i i'?'. Anl,llc"l received dully from la to
' " I'. . os It
W. E. 1IAESCHE,
F0!.',':.',' to'.a,t. V!"','01..'1'
VT- . tuiiu, , turn, i,g;iu,
Harmony, Cjiiiitorpolnt. AmUyils, tc. X
... .. .....u riKinni iiniiiinir Kivon. i,iwoih
at reniiimice. lr doslred. Kiisemblo plnvlnir.
When Hdvanied to a oiTtaln decree. I'linlln
will have ttieadyantair of pluylnir In iluut.
trio, on irti.r immI ,tlt, j nN.h;...
of eonooru given by puplla will bj jnt on
Lyon Gymnasium for Men and Boys.
1k21 !;"l lICH '"' 0B llmp,l t'iml..
Clu-s Hours: Vouiu Hon, 14 Ui SO yrn,
Monday and Krld.iys, to J p. m., beginning
October .L-M: uric - glKIU rn i... 11
years, Tu ail ya and Fridays, 4::m'tn6 p. in..
'mrliin .nu. )..,, ,t.. lyul. ik ,v,
Tu sduy und Friday eveuinxs. T: to 8:15. 110
Kinning Ootober J, lmt; price $H00. The
above terma Include al extras ocker.
KlmWAI lilllh. i.v.lninaHn.
elum and apparatus -una the 6 1 class lsonn
r 11 h "O'001 to J"e I. IMK.
iiidiblci uuii; uiru nars. r,. r, Litu
Lyori Gymnuslum. corner Church a id Chap !
streets. New Huven, Conn. U. U UuiST, Jit.,
..... . ..v..w, . 01 1 in
FRANK HOTCHKISS OSBOitN,
TEACHER OF SINGINO,
31 Insurance Building.
New Haven Conservatory of
88 CHUHCH STtflTET.
B. A. PARSONS. J. JEROME HAYES.
slOly Private Instruction Only.
GEORGE CHADWICK STOCK,
Rooms 13 and 15, Cutler BuUdiug.
Entrance 668 Chapel street.
Open evening. t9 8m
F. H. HONEY, m Chiiroh street.
Hartford offloe. Uailerateln BuildV. Address
letters to New Haven oliice. aula ly
MISS LEIGHTON'S SCHOOL
TT0.11 PS8 5Sd 0lrls reopens Thurjday,
X? Sept. 27. Three departments Grammar.
Intermediate, Kindergarten. Wunnv schjol
rooms, tboroughiy heated and ventilated.
154 0HOVK8T4. EX, ,
810 2t opposite Hlllhouse aveniie.
' 307 York
CLAS9ES aftern ions an evenings for
diea. Misses and Uhildran. Spoolal boya'
class twioe a week. Laileaare Invited to call
Tuesday afternoons. Ciroulars on application
tO BERTHA I. IVE3, W York stroot.
umoe hours 9 to 13 dally. s34 3m
IJIANO, Voice, Organ, Violin, Harnnny.
. Opons Sept. 4th. Among tho teacher
are F. A. Fowler, Franz Mllcke, Dr.' Jonn C.
Griggs (of Metropolitan College of Millie, N.
Y.,) and other compotent assistants. Room
8 and 8, 61 Chapel street.' Lcasons are als i
?lven at puplU' resideuoo when desired. Semi
or oirou ar. s3 d& w 11 11
AESTHETIC THYSICAIi CULTURE
ilss ADELAIDE MOUSE, Teacher.
AddIv at 237 York street.
Select School for D ineing,
SaEMONIE hall, 9 Elm street. Keopenln
days, Tuesday, Wedneadiy uul Satur
. Septi mber 2j, X and 29, will bo' dev itet
to therojris.e.in of nanus and the asjlfrn
ment of pupils to their respeotlva olases.
8 minariis, sohools and private classes, in or
out of tho olty, will reociva promptatlentioa.
Our b oK containing terms, cbisj ias, and a
hint as to what is taught in this senool,
Dialled on app tea1 Ion.
sll)8m C. FRANCIS MALONB, Prinolpal.
SOCIETY AND ARTISTIC DANCES.
Qlfi CHAPEL streot. New Haven, Conn.,
ttU 439 Columbus avenue, New York
GEORGE E. WALTER, from 42 i Coluuiou
11 venue, New York, successor 10 Prof. A. M.
Doomis. 918 Chapel street. Classss and rivate
lessons : New Haven, Conn., Wednesdays and
Saturdays ; New York city, Mondays, Tues
days, Thursdays an 1 Frluavs. Send for cir
oulars. Mr. Waiter lately returned from Eu
rope after most successful teaching two sea.
sons, October, 1891, to May, 18J3, In Parts,
France, and London, Eng. s'Jltf
omy in Summer.
FOod more periuouy uuunou wan by direct
beat from ooai.
Hanges, with or without water beaten, hot
plates, ovens, sad-lrou heaters, etc., eto sold,
set up and warranted by the '
New Haven Gas Light Co.,
No. 80 CROWN STRHiUT. "
Jelt Hid Famuli? conducted Western Points,
Via Chicago, Union Pacific, and Horthweslern Una.
HuRTtST KOUTK. 'lOWtST SATCk, '
For hantlMm. illurtmted folder ud drtilled inform.Mof
ddnn, F. B. SHEARER, ManRjer, 101 Clirli St., CMftm
or JOSEPH BIOGS, Ami. Muir, Oret Cmtttl Bu
Klcornoiu, 390 Wuhlogton St., Boitoh. Um.
SIEDLET BROS. & go.,
171 to 175 Brewery Street. :
Storage for Fnrniturev Pianos, Car
riages and general merchandise. . -
Aoopss at all reasonable time, a man
constantly m attendance. . . 1
Padded rans and experienced movers.
Packing, boxing'' and " shipping
promptly attended to at low rate. .
Telephone at all hours, day or night,
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