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NEW HAVEN MOKfllNtt JUUKJNAL AND COUK1EK, MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1895.
mi n Friend E. Iris 705 CHAPEL STREET. Qvavisitms, &c. BROILERS, SPRING LAMB, Beef, Veal and Mutton. Peas, String Beans, Wax Beans, Beet Tops, Spring Spinach, Beets, New Potatoes. Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Native Onions. Radishes, Lettuce, Asparagus. . HTJRLBTJRT BRpS., 1074 CHAPEL STREET Woodmont. Tel. 105-8. New Haven, Tel. . THE R. H. HESBIT CO., Fine Groceries, Meats, Poultry, Game, Vegetables, Fruits, Etc. TABLE LUXURIES. Cherry and Bui Del Eau. Church and Mm bra. Extra Tivoli 6eer. Equaled by few Beers at any price. $1.00 per Dozen, - Less 10c per doze gf or return of empties. GILBERT & THOMPSON. GLOVER LEAF SALMON, Columbia River Pack of 1895. . "600 cases in flat and tall just re ceived. As sole agents for this favor He 'brand we offer above at market Value. J;D.DEELL&00, 239 State Street. New Haven. PEACHES, A LITTLE money buys a good many to day if vou come here for them. Delaware and Niagara Grapos, Native iJiaoKoerries, isiucDerries. Sweet little Melons. Canary Birds. JUDSON'S, 867 Chapel st. WE THINK. We think the people who use Butter have found out that our 5-lb Boxes are the genuine thing, and that the quality Is as good as sold elsewhere for 25o. or 28o. - We have just received ANOTHER INVOICE which we offer for $L10 per Box. We are sorry to be obliged to raise the price, but the makers have advanced, so we must follow suit. . We have FINE POTATOES which we will sell for only 60c. They cook mealy and Dice. Send in your orders for anything in GROCERIES, and the prioes will be right., ' Milk and Cream in stock and sold by the Glass, yuart or uaiion. E.H. CLAEK, . No. 2 Whitney Avenue. " Telephone 7d3-t. D. I. WELCH & OFFER Finest Yellow Sweet Potatoes Only 45 c peck. PINEAPPLES LAST CALL, 9 and lOo each, . FINEST WHORTLEBERRIES, 10c basket. PEACHES received daily and sold at lowest market price. WATERMELONS 20 and 25o each, SWEET ORANGES 15, 20, 25c dozen. Large Eating PLUMS 12o dozen. Our ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, 24c lb, 4i lbs for $1.00, is the finest Butter obtainable. Try our CREAM CHEESE at lOo lb Good Fresh EGGS only 17c dozen, Large NEW POTATOES only COo bu. Mason's P. L. Quart JARS 60o dozen Look at our bargains in Washboards D. M. WELCH & SON, 28 and 30 Congress Avenue, Branches 175 Campbell Avenue. West Haven. 8 Grand Avenue. Fair Haven. Telephone fiJO. tlr.ics. DO YOU WANT our Carpets Mim The Moths Killed, and the Dust Removed 't WE CAN BO IT. Lace Curtains 01 the finest qualities oleaned without In jurywe are especially fitted up tor this work. Dyeing and Cleaning Of lieu' Suits and Overooats, Ladles' Dresses, eta. Laundering Of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underolotbing. THE FORSYTH CO., F0F1C.ES 8T8 CHAPEL STREET, 645, " 28 BROADWAY, STATE, LAWRENCE and MECHANIC STREETS. Telephone 854-2 and 3 Hotels. HOTEL MAJESTIC NOW OPEN. Chapel Street above the College Campus. For SELECT FAMILIES AND TRANSIENT. 200 Booms en-suite, with baths and sincrlo. $3.00 per day and upwards. Dining Room on the American Plan. E. W. ROOT, Manager. Electrlo cars direct from depot to door. ; MOSELEY'S NEW HAVEN HOUSE OFFERS reiuocd rates for board and rooms by the week during July and August. Also Six Dinner Tiokots lor Five Dollars. Jy2 SETH H. MOSELBY. NEW YORK. NEW HAVEN AND HAKTJJ'ORD RAILROAD CO. TREASURER'S OFFICE, New Haven. Conn.. Aueust 1. 1895. 1 "VWNERS of Convertible Debenture Cor- tincutos of The New York. New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company will bp en titled under tuo provisions or a certain reso lution of the General Assembly of the State of Connecticut, "Concerning Debenture Cer tificates ot The New 1 ork. New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company, approved May 29. 1S95. to subscribe in the month of i-entem- ber for additional convertible debenture cer tificates to be issued by said Company Ooto ber 1st, 1895, in the proportion of one-quarter of the amount of their holdiugs September lat, 18U. The transfer books for registered certifi cates will be closed during the month of Sep- I tember and subscription blanks willbo mailed to the holders of registered certificates. This offer is hereby also made to holders of i coupon convertible debenture certificates, whose names and addresses are not registered on the books of said Company. Subscrip tions by saia Holders can De maae oniy upon the presentation of their certificates at this office. For this purpose, however, presenta tion of Coupon No. 3 (which will mature April 1.189(1.) will be accented as evidence of ownership of the Certificate itself. When presented, negotiable warrants will be issued entitling tho holdors, or their assignees, to subscribe for the additional convertible de benture certificates at nar. Payment will be due and the certificates will be issued as of the first day of October. 1805. As a matter of accommodation to the hold ers of coupon convertible debenture certifi cates, transmittal blanks may be obtained and the certificates, or Coupon No. 3, may be deposited for transmission to the under signed, at the following places, to wit : THE FARMERS' LOAN & TRUST COM PANY, No. 18 William street. New York City. Mr. l', li. HAliLi, Agent, urana central De pot, New York City. MV.A.H. LITCHFIELD. Treasurer's Agent, Park Square Station. Boston, Mass. Mr. 11. It. TOHHEY, Room No. 205, Sears Building, Boston, Mass. Mr. a. it. LunuiiBi, Treasurers Agent, Union Depot, Hrovtdetioe, R. I. CONNECTICUT TRUST & SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, Hartford, Conn. CHICOPEE NATIONAL BANK. Spring field, Mass. Payments for the new Debenture Certifi cates will be due October 1, 1895. and may be made prior to that date, but no Interest will be allowed on such prepayments., Payments may De maae up to, out not later man, uoro ber 31st, unless otherwise agreed, and Interest at the rate of four per cent, per annum from uctoDcr iBt win lie required on payments de layed after the 10th day of October. The Debenture Certificates will be dated October 1st. and delivered as soon after that date as practicable, interest accruing from that date. au7 lt Treasurer. ROBINSON irS FISHER, Patents and Patent Causes, 157 Church Street, Jyi7tr NEW HAVEN, CONN. InlozzoNi's MEDICATED COMPLEXION 1 1 Imparts a brilliant transparency to the skin. KemoTesauptmpie,TrecKiesana uiBcoiorauuns, liOWDER. For Sale Bverywher. ON ICE, Georgia Watermelons. FRESH DAILY, Georgia Peaches. Our RyeBread . HAS NO EQUAL. Made on the premises fresh daily. E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st, IgVLVtlitUXZ, tc H. F. BL0GG & BR0., Cash or Credit HOME FURNISHERS, 680 Chape! street, New Haven, Conn. FULL LINE DF Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Oilcloths, Beds, Baby Carriages, Mattresses, Parlor and Cook Stoves. Character is Credit. Ftore open 7 a. m. to 6:30 p. nu, Saturday ana uonaay evenings w x. noixas j.v jiKXiir, July 10,-The attraetlo n of the high and trick driving by Norrin at Ilousa- tonio Lake Park continues. It is said that the indicator showed last evening twenty-four hundred trolley car pas sengers. An accident to tne aivor Thursday evening slightly marred the entertainment, although Norrin was too plucky to let the crowd know of his suffering and courageously made the third dive. Norrin was trying the flre hook feat and In jumping through the ring in flames caught his foot so that the line of his dive-curve was changed and Norrin fell against the water on his left side. Had the leap been made from the seventy Instead of the fifty foot platform the fall would have been fatal. Dr. Beardsley was summoned and worked to relieve Norrin, bo that the program of Friday could be filled. Norrin was able' to make his three dives yesterday, though quite stiff and weak. The Sheltons came home Friday even ing the victors in their game with the Milfords at Savin Rock. Mrs.- Stokebury, an elderly lady liv ing on "Sentinel Hill," Derby, was, severely burned on the face yesterday evening while throwing some rubbish into the fire, the stuff containing gun powder that had been hid in a closet, Dr. Beardsley attended her. Cooley, who has been employed at the sanitarium for some time, commences next week a tour through the state selling the liquor remedy Dr. Oris wold has been using in this Instltu tion. Judge Gager and O. H. Nettleton re turned from their European outing yes terday. The Rosy-Langello-Lavelle murder trial still holds the court fort. Rice, formerly in the undertaking business oh Elizabeth street, has left this field to go on the road with a patent he has devised in the casket line. Norrin, the diver, has signed with the Electric Railroad company to re turn here within four weeks and repeat his water acrobatics. The experiment of forming a boy choir to sing at the evening meetings of the Methodist church Christian En deavor Sundays is being tried. To say that the people in Derby and vicinity are gone wild on the subject of baseball Is only to show the fever pulse of this- community as to amuse ments. Few are the games on the new grounds at Lake Park that are not patronized by crowds and the best feature of these asesmblies is the. ex cellent character of the attendance. The management of this pleasure spot deserves special praise for the pains and determination- it has shown to have order, to please everybody and to avoid accidents. The disorderly "bum", ele ment is emphatically barred out of this resort and the very best people attend the entertainments because they are as sured 'the very best treatment. There Is no place of its kind in the state where the comfort, quiet and demeanor of all Is so nicely maintained ak at this park. The ball games really are the drawing card for a steady ' pull There are many here in the three towns who play or enjoy seeing others at it and when there is a- contest between the two sections or villages the inter est waxes hot. The game Saturday afternoon was really the liveliest of the season and the enthusiasm of the patrons -reached a high Fahrenheit point. The fight was between the Derby lads and the Ansonlans and the known well-matched records of the two nines drew the biggest crowd to the park, the indicators have so far mark ed. It is reported that on one trip from the transfer corner the conductor col lected one hundred and twenty-eight fares and didn't get all then. As to the result of the ball match this has truly been a Derby day. The Welcomes of Ansonia. were decidedly hot M it and there was not enough good playing to make the exhibition exciting. Derby won by a big score. XOJtTH TIAVEN. Aug. 10. The notice df the grange pic nic in one paper was wrong. Instead of the 21st, the grange voted to picnic at Pico Park on Wednesday, August 14. Joseph Pierpont in is the Cafskill mountains where his family went some time since. Mrs. Ezra Munson of North Haven would like a position as stenographe C. H. Thorpe's family took their an nual outing at Lighthouse Point one day this week. Miss Hattie Andrews is enjoying her vacation in Cafskill, N. Y. Many from North Haven went to Glen Island on Thursday. The dav and the company was all that could be desired, and the occasion was very enjoyable. A lady was in town on Saturday the interest pf the geneology of th Hooker family. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Pierpont are en joying a few weeks in Litchfield coun ty among the hills. One day th were in full view of a cyclone in a town three miles distant and during whic storm one child was killed. ; A VETERAN TURTLE. in uie courier or August 1, is a article on turtles ' headed "Forty-nine Years Ago." We can go one .bett. than that for a turtle marked "J. M. C, 1838" is seen every few y.erars in a hom lot at the center and was picked up this summer by the owner of the lot and showed to the family of Mr. Joshua M. Childs, whose initials the turtle bears, L. P. Tuttle found a turtle this summer marked in seventeen, hundred the 17 was distinctly seen- but the remaining two figures and the initials were overgrown with the she.il that they could cot be read, but proving that '.he inscription was not made in any recen years. Wonderment is often expressed as towhat age turtles live. SOUTH END PICNIC. "The old South End company" h decided to picnic at South End on Wed nesday, August 21. - Buried Yesterday. The funeral of William Immanuel Ryne, who departed this life on Fri day. at his home, 34 Eaton street, took place at' the Immanuel Baptist Church yesterday at 2:30 p. m. Rev'. A. -Rowell officiated. There were many sorrowing friends present. FA1U ll.tr XX IIAITEXISGS. uueral of Mrs. Lucy Uiirnhain Sale of till) Y. M. C. A, Kuril lulling! ltuu of Utile HluolUli in Ojulunlpliio River Find of Money on the Punt Property on Grand Avenue Bualuesa Aleutian and Trolley Rl.loof the Y. I", ti. C. K. of til and Avenue HaptUt Church Recovery of S. U. UUhnp. The funeral of Mrs. Lucy S. Burn am, who for many years resided with her son, Christopher Burnham ot 210 Front street, took place Saturday af ternoon. The services were held in the Memorial chapel of the Grove street cemetery. Mrs. Burnham was in her Inety-third year, and passed away quietly at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Farr, In Brooklyn, last Thursday. About $2G0 wae realized on, the Y. M. . A. furnishings at the auction sale Thursday afternoon. William II, Russell, senior clerk at Lloyd Salisbury's pharmacy, starts to day with his family for New Boston, Mass., Mrs. Russell's native place. The trip will also include a sojourn at Wa terbury and Colebrook River. Walter Newgeon of East Pearl street as returned from Pittelield, where he has been spending his vacation. , Mr. L. C. Waters of Pierpont street is visiting relatives In Paterson, N. J. ILlttle bluefieeh' are now running In the river. A favorite spot for fishing for the little snappers in on the abut ment of the Quinniplao bridge. One youngster secured fifty one day last week, and although etill quite small there were some good pan fish amongst them. Miss Carrie Curtlss ot Atwater street is . topping at IMorris Cove. Friends of Samuel R. Bishop of Ex change street will be glad to learn of his recovery from a threatened attack of typhlod fever. ' Miss Eva Jacobs of Saltonstall ave nue Is visiting friends at Indian Neck. Banners" was the subject of an in- tertsting sermon delivered by Louis J, Bamberg at the Grand avenue Baptist church yesterday morning. Mr. Bam berg spoke -particularly of what they represented and of the protection they afforded, also the inspiration awaken ed by keeping the banner of God un furled. There was no evening service, as the members who were to have taken part In the concert were out of town. W. E. Munsell of 83 Exchange street while coming out of the driveway of the Past residence on Grand avenue, one day last week discovered a pile of money lying in the middle of the path. it was not scattered as though it had been dropped, but lay in a compact heap. When picked up the money made a well rounded handful, consist ing of quarters, dimes and pennies. The money was turned over to W. G. Cook, who resides in the Past house. How the moiiey came there is a mys tery. . The Young People's society of Chris tian Endeavor !ioT the Grand avenue Baptist church will hold a business meeting to-night at the cottage of Mrs. W. G. Wiser at. Lake Saltonstall. A special car will' leave the corner of Ferry street and' Grand avenue at 7 o'clock, and before proceeding to Lake Saltonstall the young people will en joy a ride to Morris Cove.. The party will be accompanied by a male quartet. and a fine time is anticipated. Prof. Norton of. California Is the guest of Dr. E. C. M. Hall. Philip S. Evans, son of Rev. P. S. Evans, formerly pastor of the Grand avenue Baptist church, who is now pre paring for the ministry, has now 'gone to Philadelphia to take a Course in medicine, as a "useful acquisition to his ministerial education. ; The music at the East Pearl street IM. E. church this month Is furnished by a choir composed of boys and young men mostly from the Boys' brigade. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hovey of New York are visiting at Henry S. Lancraft's, AT SUXSET It EACH. I.nrge Party Entertained There at the Jewell Cottage Tli ursday. A number of younf ladies from this city were entertained last Thursday by a party of New Haven young men who have been spending the past week at the Jewell cottage, Sunset Beach. The day was spent in dancing, sing ing, instrumental music and various games. In the afternoon a dinner was served, the young men acting as cooks and waiters. Their numerous mistakes and "breaks" caused much merriment. However, the ordeal was passed with out serious damage. After the dinner the party enjoyed a sail on a yacht in the sound. The party broke up at 6 p. m., and all were of the unanimous opinion that they had spent a very pleasant day's outing. The young ladies who enjoyed the pleasures of the day were: Miss Kittle Hussion Miss Mamie Hussion, Miss ILizzle Egan.Miss Mamie Campbell, Miss Margaret Egan Miss Margarett Campbell, Miss Mamie Egan, Miss Kittle McManus, Miss Jen nle Campbell, 'Miss Nellie Kain, Miss Nellie McGulre, Miss Ella Collins, Miss Mamie Bree, Miss Margaret Murphy, Miss Mamie Dillon, Miss Mamie Mur phy, Miss Jule Dillon, Miss Mamie O'Dea, Miss Kittle CDea, Miss Evie Maynard and Miss Bertha Beshant. The young gentlemen who acted as hosts were James B. Gibbons, William R. Carroll, James F. Kain, Thomas F, Hussion, P. T. O'Dea, and Charles F, Smith. IN WJEST HATE'S. The Grahams Victorians Again. There was an interesting and hotly contested game of baseball Saturday afternoon on the Third avenue diamond in West Haven between the James Gra ham Hook and Ladder company and the West Haven Hook and Ladder com pany No. 2. Although Hale, the Gra ham's pitcher, worked hard and struck out eight men, the game was barely wrested from the No. 2 company in the fourth inning, when the Graham's took a brace and piled up five runs. Hale and Russell were the battery for the Grahams and Whlttaker and Austin for the No. 2 company. John Lynn umpired the game. The score by in nings was as follows: Grahams 0 4 1 5 0 2 1 0 013 H. &L.Co.No.2.. 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 210 Knew One of Holmes' Victims. Dr. Charles H. Gardner and wife of West Haven were well acquainted with Holmes' victim, 'Miss Emily Cigrand who so mysteriously disappeared. Dr. Mollin j. "THE QUEEN OF NOW SUPPLIED IN "SPLITS." Ask for "Splits" at the Restaurants and Bars. ... Gardner, who is the medical director at the Keeley Institute In West Haven, met Miss Clgrand at Dwight, 111., the headquarters of the Keeley cure. Miss Clgrand was employed there as stenog rapher and was eighteen years of age. Since they left Dwight Mrs. Gardner and Miss Clgrand kept up a correspon dence until about the time that the latter disappeared. They never obtain ed any clue to her disappearance until they heard of her probable fate as a victim of Holmes. VOUKT lUSCORO. City Conrt Criminal Side Judge Dow. John Hlnchey, breach of the peace, continued until August 12; Lizzie Fin ley, drunk, 30 days in jail, theft, $7 fine, $7.88 costs, ten days in jail; Nathan A. Daniels, non support, continued until August 15 ; , Adolph Shierberg, embezzle ment by bailee, nolle on payment, of $7.44 .costs; -. Patrick Glilern, Patrick Qulnn, James P. 'Nugent, Charles J. Connors, William' H. Glilern, John W. Qulnn, violation of Sunday liquor law, continued until August 13; David Bre rethan, drunk and breach of the peace, continued until August 12; Michael Casey, breach of the peace, nolle; Salvatore Porto, breach of the peace, continued until August 14; Peter Porto, breach of the peace, continued until August 14; Alfonso Massarro, breach of the peace, discharged. I.OXG JiEACH, L. X. The Ideal Summer Home, on the Ocean's Shire. If anybody desires the ideal in the way of a summer home Where can he find the equal of this most lovely place situated right but "ih the Atlantic ocean, with a beach of moreHhan four miles in length, with sand as hard and smooth as a floor, the surf ever rolling and tumbling, and roaring, the hundreds pf sail dotting the bosom of the mighty and lovely Atlantic as far as the eye can reach, the grsat ocean steamers ploughing their -way from the great metropolis only a little way to the west to the great European ports, far away over the briny.deep, all com bine to make this a picture ever to be remembered by every visitor, What is there at Long Beach? Well, there is the great hotel, the longest summer hotel in the world, 900 feet long, over 600 rooms kept in first clas3 order by Mr. Thomas H. Brush, our old and well known hotel man, unsurpassed bathing, fishing, sailing, ' rowing, rest ing. Then are here a row of cottages own ed by the Long Beach association, as Is also all the property on the island, Including hotel, forming a street more than one-half mile in length, all front ing and near to the surf. These cot tages are well adapted to winter as well summer use, being well made, of good material, lathed and plastered throughout, fitted with hot and cold water, gas, sewer and all the modern conveniences, also furnished in good style, including mattresses and pillows, so one has only to bring linen for horia and tnhlp. furnishinea and1 go right to living In a most homelike man-1 ner. The great hotel, with verandahs 6n all sides, wide and spacious, front ing directly on the ocean, its great din ing room where recently over 750 people were bountifully and satisfactorily served at one dinner. What more can one ask for? Long Beach is an island forming part of the town of Hempstead, L. I., one of the most fortunate towns of the country, in that it owes not a dollar to anybody, has $500,000 at inter est and so taxes are light and of course the hearts of the people must be as well. Long Beach is reached by rail only one hour from Long Island City on East River, foot of Thirty-fourth streets. Cars come directly to the ho tel, and it only costs $4 for round trip from New Haven. Seven trains each way every week day to New Tork, making it easily accessible to any who wish for a lovely place to "rest and re cuperate. New Haven Is well represented here by Miss Hinman, who has charge of several of the cottages which are rent ed to roomers and also manages one of .the cottages as a boarding house to accommodate those who prefer cottage life to hotel life. (Miss Love, and her aunt, Mrs. Mor rell, widow of the well known Dr. Morrell, formerly of New Haven, and T. F. Lamb, who la general superinten dent of the association property. There is plenty of room for more of the poor, tired ones to come and stay at reason able rates and enjoy life as never be fore. T. F. L. ARRIVALS AT LONG BEACH HO TEL. Amonk the prominent arrivals at this famous hotel are the following New Haven people: C. T. Driscoli, Miss M. E. Driscoli, Miss Anna Dewell, Miss Mary Ganegan. DASCEKS AT 1SDIAS KECK A Very Pleasant Dance Held at the Monto- wese Satufalay Evening. A big hop took place at Montowase house at Indian. Neck Saturday evening, and the attendance was larger than at the first dance of the season held a week ago, which was a big one. Par ties were present from New Haven, New Tork, the Pine Orchard cottages iris TABLE WATERS." and other summer places along the shore. The dance took place in the dining room, the orchestra being locat ed in one corner. Refreshments were served on the hotel veranda. The fol lowing New Haven peopls were pres ent: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Nichols, W. J. Mills- and family, Mrs. J. F. Grilling and the Misses Grlfflng, Mr. and Mrs. George P. Butler, Miss Butler and George Butler; Arthur H. Day, E. G. Buckland, and F. M. Barber. The evening was most enjoyably spent and the dancing continued from 8 o'clock until about 11. "For years I had suf fered from falling of the womb, inflammation of the stomach, and weakness of the female organs. 1 " I used Lydia E. Pinkkam't , Vegetable Com-; pound, and found a perfect cure In . it for these troubles." Mas. Lizzie Decline, 224 Grand Street. :v? Toriftv Pitw 'K'o-nr L. W. ROBINSON, ARCHITECT. Removed ta No. 760 CHAPEL STREET. CABINET AND HARD WOOD WORK. j ALSO SAWING, TURNING, And Jobbing in Wood of all kinds. KDWARD P. BRETT, Builder, 16 ARTISAN STREET. Telephone 253-12. ... MACHINE JOBBING, WANTED, all sorts of repairing. : . Machine jobbing; models made. Tailors' Shears, Barbers, Solssors and Swatai sharpened. 1 Fine Lamps, Silverware repaired. , NO JOB BARRED. Rear 67 Orange Street. flSly , ; -. roMEltpy BBQ9. R. JEFFC0TT k vTnTTPff!E8 to the nublto that all of nis .x. Painting and Decorating business will be carried on hereafter at and from No. 13 nbimih atrnnt. where he will be pleased (with his decorative salesman) to show the finest Decorations and Wall Papers as yet shown to the public, also neat designs and effects la cneapesi waurapers. Between unapei so Telephone 734-8. street and Publio Library. gaiu tt COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. kV.ti.UAM if. H-XAJtre W.i ' , Proprietors, 106 Court St., New Haven, Ct. Work done at short notice. mnS8tt VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED 11 If , . : Ait-N UlU, . Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed. ,. orders left at BRADLEY & DANN'S, 406 late Street, KOB'T. VKITCH SON'S, mi OhapelBtreet, LINSLEY, ROOT & CO.'S, Si Broadway, Will receive prompt attention. P. O. Address Box 855. Telephone tio-U. -a MESa r-rrr-JE 'V ) 2 1 m Is a summer necessity. Summer is the season of rest, pleasure, enjoyment, and recreation. Nothing helps one to get the most out of summer more than willow Furniture. It takes a Willow Rocker for ease and oool comfort. Our display or Willow Furniture is one of the sights of the town. There's nothing else in town so well worth seeing. A glance will show you the difference between a Summer with Willow Furniture and a Summer without it. It'll cost you much not to have It and but little to buy it from us. H. B. ARMSTRONG & CO. 8997 Orange Street. gXucattou. THE DESSAUEU-TROOSTWYK School of MiiHto, 7S1 Chapel trtwt. YOC'ALaud liiNtruiuuntitl instruction af ter the methods ul' European cunserva torie: Applicants received -Monday and TliiirsdavM from U lo 1 and 4 to 5 p. m. durlug July and AugiiHt. jya MECHANICAL DRAWING, PERSPKCTI VE, MATHEMATICS, MECHANISM, BTO. U. HONEV,179 Churoh street. Hartford Ol.,B Unllnratdln lti.il,i',r A.lilrau letters to N w Haven ollloe. auli ly ITTESLEirANACADEMY-nothsexe , nine courses, bpeclallstsiu. Clusios,J Music Enlaritod ondowment luiturvs gune rlor advaniaifoa at moderate expense, 7th year. Opens Sept. 11, Mi. For catalogue ad dress the Rev. William R. Newhall. PriuclnaL Wilhriiham, Mass. jylO eodartt New Haven Conservatory of Music. HH CHlUtOU SXRk'ux. E. A. PARSON8. J. JEROME HAYEi slOly Private Instruction Only. DUscflUmcous. ARE YOU A TOBACCO SLAVE ? DO you want to quit this practice? Vou ought to do It for the sake of your heart, your Nerves, your Lungs. Every chew, every smoke, hurts you. If you want to stop there will be a struggle and you will full unloas you have hell). "GOOD-BY" willdait eamiW thn. roughly. No experiment, no fake, no injury. 1 A sure, safe, speedy oure. Try it, it will not fail. Write to The Autiuiootine Co., Derby, Conn. L ; apa tr WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Solioltor of PATENTS Eight Tear Examiner in U. S. Patent Oltioe. and Counselor lu OFFICES: New Haven, 70 CHURCH ST. Springfield. 317 MAIN ST STORAGE ' ' FOR ' ' '' .-.' Furniture, Merchandise, Pianos,v Pictures, i etc., etc. VAULT FOR VALUABLES. Separate Rooms with Looks and Keys for Owners. Smedley & Bros. Co., 171 brewery street. STEEL WOOL. Scrub your floors with Steel Shavings ahd keep them smooth and clean. For cleaning Brass and Metals, Steel Wool is unsurpassed. ,It shows and sells Itself. USE IT, : BUY IT, TRY IT Steel Wool has proven itself to be the best article in the market for rubbing down a first coat of varnish, and when using . HUB ONLY WITH; THE GRAIN, and if a particularly smooth surfaoe is re quired, use a little raw linseed oil. For'sale by THOMPSON & BELDEN. 396-398 State Street. id of Where I now go for the best Bread, To FERRY'S. For four large loaves of Bread, To FERRY'S. For Grandmother's Bread, To FERRY'S. For the finest Biscuit made, . To FERRY'S. For a nice quick Lunch, ' To FERRY'S. -For tho nioest Dinner, 80o, To FERRY'S. For Ice Cream Soda, 5o, To FERRY'S. For the best Root Beer, . To FERRY'S. I find all the materials of the best, . , . At FERRY'S. When In tho city, I always go to ' FEEET'S, . 46 to 50 Church Strset. - .,.. K ! 111 iV V W i hC MatosyBiiWlHi Hit Water ARE: . Self Contained, requiring no briok settlnj?. Without Gaskets or Packing, and are thus always tight.. Have Vertical Water Ways, giving free circulation. Large Direct Fire Surface, using the radiant heat of the fire. Thousands in use and ail giving satisfaction. SHEAHAN & GROAUK, Steam Fitters and Plumbers. Telephone 401 3 285 and 287 State Street. i