Newspaper Page Text
NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1895.
i i ilksl If there was any one in New Ha ven that ques tioned ou su premacy in the SILK business, the crowd of buyers Monday would have dis pelled any such illusion. assortments s Very Best BROWN & BERGER, ARCHITECTS, 87 Church Street. Telephone 239-4. 121 ly JAPANESE AID CHINA. Just received a fine line of Japanese and China MATTINGS. Japanese Carpets, Japanese Rugs, Japanese Mats4 Japanese Bamboo Curtains, J apanese Grass Cushions, Japanese Hammocks. CARPET WAREROOMS H. B. PERRY, 914 Chapel Street. MABI '''MfcSO V" , 421, DIRECTIONS : Prepare the same as Coffee, using not more than two-thirds as much for same amount of water, or one tablespoonf ul to a pint. Follow the directions ynd you will use no other. N. A. FULLERTON, Proprietor, Boston Grocery, 926 Chapel St. Branch Store, 1231 Chapel street, cor. Howe. HjaCUT REPRESENTS THE jiebotschaqcr" 8 Imager geer, Made by the Genesee Brewing; Co. of Rochester, N. Y. It is made from the best German Hods and Canada Malt, and bttled in whita flint S'ass, at the brewery, under the super vision of those who make it. It is absolutely pure. In the summer many need a light tonic, and this Lager appears to be better adapted to such cases than the heavier Ales and Porters. V7e are Sole Agents for its sale in New Haven. $1.00 per dozen. Johnson , rotfier 4U and 413 State St., Cor. Court. ANTISEPTIC Velvet Toilet Powder i 1 Is not only the best, but the cheapest powder for general use in the market TO REMOVE ' Perspiration, Tan,ErecMes, To prevent chafing and cure abrasions from TIGHT 8H0ES, TRUSSES, ELASTIC HOSE, Or from any cause. To relieve tired and aching feet this powder has no equal. Free from perfume, it leaves no un pleasant odor after using ; ' IT IS A -. Perfect Nursery Powder, And no Toilet Outfit is complete with- . ..,.''. OUt it. . Made In our own laboratory, It Is guaranteed not Only harmless, but grateful to the most sensitive skin. Sold for 15 cents. E. L. WASHBURN & CO., Manufacturing and Inscription tRTJGGISTS, 84 Church and 61 Center streets, JNew naven, uonn Gas for Cooking1. SAFE, . CLEAN, CONVENIENT, ECONOMICAL. Ranges, Stoves and Appliances Tor cooking. In gTeat variety ; also HEATERS Sold, set up. and warranted, by the under. A limited number of the "PERFECT" RANGE. With or without water backs, are offered at mucn ooiow cost to close up tne season's stock. The New Haven Gas Light Co., ATER'S pi tte. A Health Drink, Nerve and Brain Food. A yegetable and cereal compound ; contains all the elements one's system requires. Prepared by M. S. ATER of Boston, a vegetarian ior many years. Price 20 cents per Pound. O 7 1 if XXIGIITS FLOWERS. Elegant Designs Will ba Seen In Boston's r'ubllc Harden The rrogrnm l uf tha Four Days' Celebration The Connecticut Ooiuinaiulerlu' Headquarters. Boston, Aug. 6. When the Knights Templar assemble In grand conclave August 27 they -will find on the public garden some fine work In the line of floral designs. During the recent Chris tian Endeavor convention many were the compliments bestowed upon the fine work of the gardeners, but the designs which are now being arranged 'will, out do them for beauty, If not for ingenui ty. In making these designs It la the pur pose of the gardeners to have them fol low closely the badges and emblems of the Masonlo fraternity, even including the colors. Six new deslgna will be laid out, but in all there will be about twen ty, as many of those used recently oan be changed by using Masonlo letters and mottoes in place of , those now to be seen. Two of the new designs represent Mal tese crosses with other emblems placsd In the corners, and in the center of each are immense palm tree. In size they are lGxlS feet. Near the Washington monument is to be a design of the badge of the grand commandery of Massachu setts and Rhode Island, and at about the same distance from the monument on the south side there has already been laid out a design of the Badge adopted n honor of the twenty-sixth conclave. They are 22x14 feet in size, and after they have been clipped two or three times will be the finest ever seen in the garden. On the south side of the circular plot which surrounds the monument is a handsome cross, filled In with other de signs, which will be slightly changed, and on 'the east side of the plot will be the badge of thei Eastern Star. On the north side will be an Immense Templars' cross, with cross and crown in the center. Just what the design for the west side will be has not been fully decided. , The mottoes and letters now to be seen on the arches over the bridge will be removed and Masonlo motto 39 substituted. Festoons of flowers will cover the remainder of the arches. Designs other than those already enu merated may be imade; but the forego ing outlines substantially the projects of the department. All the Connecticut commanderles will attend this big' triennial. They will be quartered as follows during their stay at the Hub: Grand oommandery, Hotel Abbots ford. 1 Washington, Hartford, Hotel Ven dome. , 2 New Haven, New Haven, American house. 4 Columbian, Norwich, Daselle serq lnary. 6Hamilton, Bridgeport, 35, 35, 3" West Newton street. , , . 6 Palestine, New London. ' , 7 Clark, Waterbury, 29, 33 Holyoke street, Cambridge, 8 Cyrene.'Middletowil, ,39, 56, 60, 63 West Newton street. 9 St. Elmo, Merlden, 17 Blagdon street, 62, 64, 66, 81 West Rutland square. 10 Crusader, tm.nbury, Individually. Following Is the four days' program: Sunday, August 2510:30 a. m., relig ious exercises will be held in the churches, to which the sir knights and their families will be cordially welcom ed. In t'9 afternoon at 4 o'clock a spe cial service will be held at Trinity church, Copley square, at which V. E. Sir and Rev. Joseph M. McGratn, grand prelate of the grand encampment, will officiate. M. E. Sir Hugh McCurdy grand master of'Knlghts Templar,, and his escort, Detroit commandery 1, will be present. Monday, August 26 The reception committee, with the assistance of the commanderles located in Boston and its vicinity will continue to receive and es cort visiting commanderles. The head quarters of the grand commandery of Massachusetts and Rhode Island will be open in Hotel Brunswick t6 visiting sir knights, also the headquarters of the triennial committee. The large Bteam boat, Cygnus, with a carrying capacity of 2,000 persons, will leave Constitu tlon wharf, 409 Commercial- street, at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. Tickets for har bor excursions for this and other days will be Issued to sir knights in uniform a-nd their ladles, the number not to ex- ceeed 1.200 for each trip. The Waltham Watch company band will furnish music for all the excursions and a light col latlon will be Served. Tuesday, August 27 The grand pa rade and escort of M. E. Sir HUgh Mc Curdy, grand master, officers and mem bers of the grand encampment of Knights Templar of the United States. The line will be formed at 9 a; m.-, ahd the start will take place at 10 a. m, Harbor excursions, with music, etc., at 3 p. m., returning at 6 p. m. In the everting receptions will foe held by va rious commanderles. A reception will be given- by the grand commandery of Massachusetts and Rhode- Island at its headquarters at Hotel Brunswick, Boyl- ston street, by Invltatlohi to the mem. bars of the grand encampment, the officers of the grand commanderles and the councils of commanderles, with their ladles. Wednesday, August 28 A grand ex hibition drill will be given at 10 a. m on. the Boston baseball grounds on Wal pole street (from No. 1073 Tremont street), by the following Visiting com manderles and a drill Corps in full tem plar uniform, known- as the Little Com mandery from the Masonic Widows' and Ophans' Home at Louisville, Ky., under the direction of Sir H. B. Grant; Detroit commandery 1, Detroit, Mich., E. Sir Arba M. Seymour, commander; Colum bia commandery 2, Washington, D. C, E. Sir Frank H. Thomas, commander; St. Bernard commandery 85, Chicago, IH., E. Sir Adam Henry Johnston, com mander; Apollo commandery 15, Troy, N. T., E. Sir Eugene A. Van Pelt, com mander; Reed commandery 6, Dayton, O., E. Sir George F. Kuhns, commander; Minneapolis drill corps, Minneapolis, Minn., R. E. Sir A. M. Shuey, com mander. The steamboat Cygnus will continue her trips down the harbor at 10 a. m . and 2 p. m., with music and collation. In the evening, from 8 to 10:30, the grand commandery of Mas sachusetts and Rhode Island- will give a reception at Mechanics' building on Huntington avenue to honor of M. E. Sir Hugh McCurdy, grand master, and the officers of the grand encampment. All sir knights in Uniform and their ladies are cordially invited to attend the reception. Receptions will also be given by many grand and subordinate commanderles, local and visiting, at their respective headquarters. Thursday, August 2! Harbor excur lons from Constitution wharf at 10 a. m. ana 2 p. m., wnn mumu aim cona tion. Visits to Bunker Hill and other places of historical Interest. Excursions to neighboring towns ana cities, visits to Franklin Park and the suburbs of Bostom. In the evening receptions will be given by many of the commanderles, grand and subordinate, with street parades and serenades. The triennial committee of the grand commandery of Massachusetts and Rhode Island will give a grand banquet at the Vendome at 8 p. m., to M. E. Sir Hugh Mc Curdy, grand master, and the officers and members of the grand encampment of the United States. Friday. August 30 Harbor excursion from Constitution wharf, with muslo and collation, at 10 a. m. Visits and excursions to places of interest, with reception at various headquarters. Dur ing the conclave, with the exception of Tuesday evening, which will be de voted to the reception of grand officers, councils of oommanderiesv etc., the headquarters of the grand commander of Massachusetts and Rhode Island, in Hotel Brunswick, will be open, and a hearty welcome will be extended to all visiting sir knights. In the grand parade of Knights Templar in Boston, Tuesday, August 27, the Connecticut commanderles will march In the sixth division, with the New Hampshire commanderles. Con necticut's representative in the staff of the chief marshal will be Past Com mander Halsey B. Phllbrlck f Wash ington commandery of Hartford. Nathan Hale Camp. Nathan Hale camp, Sons of Veterans, will elect a first lieutenant this evening and after the business of the evening has been transacted a "melon cut" will ba held. The camp will go to Glen Island on an excursion on August 27. Married Yesterday. Dr. Henry A. Spang, the dentist, and Miss Rosemary Murray, daughter of Mrs. Mary T. Murray of Dixwell ave nue, were married In St. Mary's church yesterday morning by Rev. Father Lilly. Clarence Spang, a brother of the groom, was best man and Miss Frances Synnott of Brooklyn, a cousin of the groom, was bridesmaid. Edward J. Moriarity and John Murray were ush ers. ..... The bride wore a white India, silk gown with a small satin stripe, No veil was worn and she carried a small white prayer book. The bridesmaid was very prettily attired In white. It was a very quiet wedding, no cards having been sent, but there was a large attendance cf the friends of the couple. Upon their return from the wedding trip, Dr. and Mrs. Spang will reside at No. 53 Trumbull street. Death of a War Veteran. Thomas E. Cooper, a veteran of the Twenty-ninth Connecticut Volunteers and a member of Admiral Foote post, G. A. R., died at the So-ldlerS' home at Noroton on Sunday." He was about seventy-two years of age and formerly resided in Orchard street, this city. He leaves a widow and a daughter. The body will be brought to this city for burial to-day and the funeral will be under the auspices of Admiral Foote post. ' was nittixKAsn tiah fits. John Warner Arrested Timely Aid by Officer in Extinguishing a Fire; John Warner was arrested last even ing in the rear 0 fa saloon on Grand avenue by Officer Nettleton for drunk enness, and after being taken to the station house he had several fits, and it required three or four men to hold him. Dr. Cahill was summoned ahd ordered him taken to the hospital. When the patrol wagm Was returnlnfl, as It pass ed- No. 70 Fair street, a lamp in the house exploded, and but for the timely aid of the officers a fire might have re sulted. Sailed for Newport. New York, Aug. B. The cruiser Cin cinnati passed Sandy Hook for New port at 6 o'clock this evening. This is the first of the North ' Atlantic ships to start for the rendezvous ot the squadroh, which Acting Rear Admiral Bunce has appointed for Rhode Isl and's summer capltol. The Cincinnati sails nuder command of Captain Mor timer L. Johnson. Dean's Rheumatic Pills absolute! ure rheumatism and neuralgia; entirely vegetaDie, saie. ( When Ton Are Ready. To clean house send for us to take up. clean and relay your carpets. Nothing is so detrimental to good health as unclean carpets. By sending your car pets to the Forsyth company you are assured of having them returned to you e clean as new carpets. apl5 tf Children Cry fo Pitcher's Castorla. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. A tiny stalk it efew quite green, Then ripened into rich Wheatine If you'd enjoy a breakfast treat, Just try Wheatine- it s made by STREET Your Grocer sellsit! If" ailNIATlTRK ALMANAC. AUGUST 5. Sum nraut. 4:M Muon ltisES, 1 Hion Water, SUN8KXS, 7;Ut 7:-i I DKAT1IS. WOODWOKTIl At Alt. Washington,- Mww., on too na niHt., Kinlly u, vvonuwonn, widow ot t,'i I, woodworth. Bored 611 venrs. Funmal stii'vli t will be held ut the rusiiluuue ot liar sim-m-liiw. Dr. U. h. Hum, No. im Wonstcr st. -cot. New Haven, on Tiitisilay afternoon, at u o'olook. Friends are in vited to attend, llurial at the oonvuulenoo of the family. 't .UAUINIO DlST. ARRIVED. towu, 8. C.,' lumber to iWstou, llnruiount & Co. Sob Tehunoa, Moriran, Banpror, (lumber to Stott & Co., Boston) for New Stork. Hob Juines Al. Hull, Hullook, Norfolk, lum ber. Sou Uoorgo K. vreolana, Abbott, Kion mond, Vu.. iron. , WASHING AMD IRONING DONS at, M William street. aim In FOK SALE. A SHETLAND pony and cart seating four. No reasonable oiler refused. Enquire $18,000 TO loan at 6 per cent, on first mortsrnite in sums to suit. JOHN C. VUN DEltKORH, aul tf lltf C'hureh street. AUK YOU LOOKING ITIOR flrst-olass table board 1 Try the Cat Franoals. 47.00 por week 1 table d'hot dinner, 60 cents. 1008 CHAPKIi BTKEET, jya tf corner of iliifti. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. NOTICE is hereby given, tbat "The Aeo lian Oriran and Muslo Oomtuiny," a corporation located and doing businuas at Merlden, In New Haven oounty, Intends to apply to the Superior court for New Haven county, at its seeslon held on the lirst 'lues day of September, 1M)&, to change its name to "The Aeollmi Company." Per order a vote of lta stockholders. THE AEOIAN OKGAN AND MUSIC COM- auO ItawJt ' NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. SEWERS AND MATERIALS. City Engineer's Office, No. 17 City Hall, Now Haven, Conn., Aug. 6. 1895. f CJEALED proposals will be received at this Q olHoe until 8 p. m. Aug. 7th, 1895 ; For constructing sewers In Hheriuuu avenue ironi Elm street to Wnal- ley avenuo. west Btreet from uoiumuus avenue to i-on- grpss avenue. isim street irom tiowe Btreet 10 vwism street ; and Elm street from Kensington street to Beers sti et. 1 Blank forms of proposal, and any informa tion conaernlng plans, spvcitlcatlons, bonds, eto., will be f urnisliud upon application. No proposal will be received aftor the time speoilled, and all proposals not on the blanks f umlshrd or not properly filled out will be rejected. t The riirht to roJeot any ou all bias is re served. By order of the Board of 1'ubllc works. ftuftgt C.W.KELLY, City Engineer: IS TOUR BICYCLE AT THE FACTORY Often when you want it most, to replace a defective tire or other part? ; 1 Does your Guarantee tail to prevent delay and expense of express charges? . , Call on us and learn what a guarantee means. THE E. X. BEHHETT CO 158 Orange Street. THURSDAY, An. 8, B. HousowOrth, our spooialist on the eye, whom wereoom mend as one of the best, will be With us, and will make no charge to examine the 6yoS. All glasses guarnntefd, with nrioea to suit the times. w Elites ouiNiJK, 788 utiapetst. To-day at O a. in. Come to 309 State street, a few doors below Chapel, New Haven, Conn. Look for sign and number. Great Consign ment sale of $57,000 worth of merchant tailors' misfits at 30 cents on the dol lar. This sale Will commence to-day at 9 a. m. For ten days only. This la the first time a sale of such extraor dinary magnitude, of merchant tailors' misfit suits, coats and vests and pants, has ever taken place In this city, and may never occur again. A chance like this happens only once in a lifetime. A few of the many bargains that can be obtained are mentioned here:- Men's Tweed Cassimere Sult9 thait were made for $1 are sold here at $4.75 or money returned. English diagonal suits, that were maxle for $25 sold here at $8.50, Worth $25 or money refunded Genuine Scotch Cheviot Suits- made for $20, sold here for $7.75. Foreign Wors ted Dress Suits made for $35, sold here for $12.50. Elegant Silk and Satin Lined Suits made and trimmed In the finest manner in sack and cutaway, made for forty dollars, our price during this pale $14. Men's Pants made for $5 sold here for $1.75, worth $5 or money returned Men's Fancy Stripe Dress Pants made for $7.50 sold here for $2.50, and hun dreds of other bargains not mentioned here. Come and see them. Cost you nothing to judge and look for yourself, and you will find the above are positive facts. This is a genuine merchant tailors' misfit clothing sale. Don't buy ready made clothing when you can buy mer chant tailors' misfits for less than ready made. Remember the address, 309 State street, a few doors below Chapel, New Haven, Conn. Make no mistake; look for name and number. This sale will last only 10 days. Store will remain open even ings until 9 p. m., Saturdays until 10:30 p. m. . i3 3t Seal Estate. FOR RUNT. MORRIS COVE, 5 rooms, aon or year. Jylll 7t Apply 118 OLIVE BTHRET.. FOK KhiNT. THIRD and fourth tloor, SillOlmpel street, togotliur or separate; uiw boon usod as a photograph gallery. J0I8 tf iti Center street. FOR KKNT. "fTTHOLH house, No. SW Lyon street, with fV all modem improvement. Inquire at FUKNIS1IKD ROOM WITH BOARD. FOK two, $11.00; also two rooms with use of bath, ftt.00 aud l.u0 per work, board if desired. Address k B., XuU Oiliue. dl7tr FOR SALE. . , A N eioellent opportunity to buy a nearly new modern house, with barn, situated on TLawrenoe street, between Whitney ave nue and Orange street. House has all Im provement and is finely Unlahid. Will be sold at a reasonable prloo. JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 1W Churoh atroot. ' FOR SALE, THE property No. 278 Norton street) mod ern houso; large lot. One location; mod erate price, easy terms. GEORGE A. ISBELL, T08 Chapol street, New Haven, Conn. FOR SALE. OR exchange for a house in the city, the Woodbridire Glen barm, on the Water- bury turnpike, i)H miles from West vllle and lying on both side ot the Olen rood, contain ing about 05 acres of meadow, pasture and timber lan l, with two dwelling houses, and an abundance of 1'rutt. Inquire of VViljtjlS ilUULilTXliM, ati8tf KH Blake street. City. IT HAS COME! 1 REAT boom In Weatvllle real estate. X Many new houses to be ereoted.- Beauty of looation and rapid transit the cause. Competing eleotrio lines plaoe resident within tlftoen minutes of city's center. uesirawe iocs ior saie. U. C. PARDEE, JalStt 1 182 Fountain street, Westyllla. FOR RENT, NO. 253 St. Ronan street (near Lawrenoe street) ; frame house, 12 rooms, all modern improvements ; (50.00. : CHARLES II. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Close! 1 p. m. Saturday. Open Monday evening. - $500 Will Secure It. Balance on Time to Suit the Buyer. A Good Two-Family House. R. E. BAXDWra, dftw 818 Chapel street. for Sale or Exchange, TWO furnished cottages In West Haven; barn, bath houses also several lots. A. D. PERKINS, 18 Center Street. alltf EDWARD M. CLARK Dealer in Real Estate, Has removed into , i v First National Bank Buiid'g Cor. Church and Crown streets, ROOM 205. SHORE COTTAGE A' T Rocky Beachi near Woodmont, newly JL piuiituu, Bptcuuju luuaiiwu. null 1J.JW ready for ocoupanoy. Price to right parties $125 or the season. MERWIN'S Heal Estate Offloe, myHS 789 Chapel street. FOR SALE, ine Lot on Bishop' street, 50xl8o. Owner anxious to sell. CHAS. D.NICOLL&CO., 83 Church street (Benedict Building), room IS. Evenings from 7 to 8. FOR SALE, A THREE-FAMILY houso on wahaoe street, paying 10 per cent. ' FOR SALE, A block house, central, paying 15 por oeut. FOB SALE, A business corner lot. iunotlon State street and Cedar Hill avenue, $1,000, FOR SALE. A two-family house on Hallock avenue. 5,1, aw. ! Honey to loan In sums to suit, i L. G. HOADLEY, Itoom i, Hoadley Building, 49 Churoh St. Office Open Evenings. GEORGE P, MWC01B, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. to Loan at 5 per cent. Room 32, Exchange Building. au81y REMOVAL! Have Amoved my office to No. 43 Churcb, corner oi tjrown eireet, Jioom REAL ESTATE bough And sold. Rents, Loans and Investments. Have one and two-famiiy houses to ex change for land. AIo have a farm of 160 acres to exchange ror oniiaing iou. W. D. JUDSON, 42 Church Street, Room 200. jy5 Tt rirst JN attonat iianK ilulldlng. Six-room House, State street, $2,000. mints. One Cent a Word each Insertion, live cents a Word for a full AVeek, seven times. WANT hi D, SITUATION by a respectable girl to do U-HIIMIMll hnilMMWOl'kr III .nriv.t.ifamllu A Kit o enees if required, inquire at 1117 Wlui ouestor avenue. aufl It" GOOD dressmakers and girls for finishing clonks and suits. Anulv Kb :t'--l Si.ii,. street, II. Wallensteln, Supt. ' au8 tt WAN IKll. MECHANICAL dranglitoman for tracing and detailing. State aire, exnerienoe. ret erenoe, aud salary expooted. am "c tr. v. iu a. au. uity. ' WANTED.. AN honest, active gentleman or lady ta travel for reliable twrfthitxhor! hiia Biliary payable glfweekly aud e.xneusen. Situation permanent. Helot enoes. EuclobS selt-uddreiued stamped envelope. TM ID JON GOM-PANT, Jy29 81t 31B Omaha Building, Cnlcago. WANTED. . s . CJITTJATION8 for eood help, all kinds. Q city and shore. MKS. BABH, ly!3 38t 138 Court street. ' WANTKO. A THOROUGH, practical business man, with many years' experience in finan cial and mercantile lines, is an expert book-, keeper and correspondent, fully informed In olllee ddtatlsand aocustotned to management of the same, wbo is qutUiilod by long metro politan experience to ootid uct large transac tions, or to represent a business or enter., prise requiring skill, tact, and Judgment of nign Htauuara, is opes r J r an engagement will furnish highest references for .ability, fidelity and integrity, and bond if reauued. Address KEUABLK. jy:H tf Box 1328, New Haven P.O. ' WANTED. EVERYBODY needing servants ta oall her. We supply all the best. We have sorted out and discarded most of the useless class. These seek new offices (where they are not. known), which are springing up constantly., We have been here years ana use judgment, selecting only those that will do the work re Quired. We have the finest facilities and oau serve you better than anyone else. an ' T16 Chapel street. IUscellattcmts. FOR TOWN BOUNTIES. CONSULT - JOHN O CHAPMAN. au3 3tt' 851 Chapel street. FOR SALE, A GOOD sized lot in Evergreen cemetery, in perfoot order. Address ana Bt AiifMA.taisoffioe. FREE GRAVESTONES FOR all dead soldiers in the rebellion. Enquire JOHN O. CHAPMAN, aua at" 8t Chapel Btreet. air njixcK Tmnaw. SEC rooms; large lawn, fruit, etc. : av3 It- 336 HOWARD AYENUB. REGULAR WEEKLY SALB AT Mallory'g auction rooms, 114 Howe St., Tuesday. August 6th. 1U a. m. JLarira . consignment household goods, parlor suits, chamber suits, folding bed, sideboard, oar pets, fine range, showcases. au83t ' FOR SALE, , AFTR3T-CLAS3 second-hand Brookett& Tuttle phaeton. In excellent order and unusually comfortable ; a desirable bargain In every way. Can be seen at . eii twiiiAniiijuansMun. CHAS. H. BROMLEY, Tl TAKEK of Violins, Double Bases, etc 1VJL New and Old VioUtu for sale, rlepalcw Ing a specialty. - Bows rehaired. Instruction given on tne v loun. Terms moderate. . , .. nrii fr rtTT 1 i-im i . . IT sfL COMMON AND LEATHER. , . V . .t 'ii . . .v . '.' 1 . 1 ' j " Ijeather Chair Seats, "colDbler seats" are very stylish, durable and comfortable. The only fault -we find with them is, many people buy theni instead of the more expensive up holstered Rocker s . That shows their com mon sense. Large, high arm, high , back. Polished oak Cobbler Rockers $3.50 and up. , BR0WM & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnishers, . 74-76 Orange St., Cor. Center. Closed Friday afternoons during August. CHARTERED 182rX THE TNA LIFE OF HARTFORD rttae only company In America that has paid increasing dividends to its policy, holders for the past 2! years. Our LIMITED-PAYMENT TERMINAL EN. DOWMENT oilers Eighteen Modes of Settle, inent, as follows t FOUR at end of 5 years. FIVE at end of 10 years. SIX at pnd of 13 years. THItEE at end of 20 years. Largest Life and Accident Cto. In America. E. E. HALLOCK, Manager, Room 5, Hubinger Building, jylT eodtt 840 Chapel Street.