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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 1895.
MLfiLE Tumi's CiIMl Hats Tlio Correct SUupei for tho coming Season now ready. TRUNKS, Suit Cases, Etc. FUR WORK At Speoiul Trloes During the Summer. FRIEND E. BROOKS, . 795 Chapel Street. Qvoviisitms, Set. U. M.-WELCH & SON. PEACH DAY At bur stores. Now is the "best time to can them. Look at our stock and get our prices. Ripe Tomatoes, 15c "basket. 10 11 last Coin! Grapes 1 25c basket. Ripe Bananas, 12 and 15c dozen. D. M. WELCH & SON, 28 and 30 Congress Avenue, branches lTOCatnpbell Avenue, West Haven, b Grand Avenue. Fair Haven. Telephone 630. BROILERS, SPRING LAMB, - Beef, Veal and Mutton. Peas, String Beans, Wax Beans, Beet Tops, Spring Spinach, Beets, New Potatoes. Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Native Onions. Radishes, Jjettuoe, Asparagus. HURLBTJRT BROS., ' - 1074 CHAPEL STREET ,: Woodmont, Tel. KM." New Haven. Tel. 260. ike r. g. ieuit to., , , Fine Groceries, Meats, Poultry, Game, . Vegetables, Fruits, Etc. TABLE LUXURIES Cherry and BulDelEau. Church and Elm Sts, Si AELOAT! Schooner Lillian Woodruff, hence from Turks Island, now discharging a superior cargo of COARSE SALT at !Long Wharf. Low prices and custom fcouse measure from the vessel. J.D. DEWELL & CO, - ' IMPORTERS, 239 State Street. New Haven. Extra Tivoli Beer. Equaled by few Beers at any price. $1.00 per Dozen, Lees 10c per doze 0 for return of empties. GILBERT & THOMPSON. ,Fruits for Preserving. "CALIFORNIA plums and prunes, bettor V than any otners ; wua grapes, ouy mem now: Bartlett pears. 300 baskets. 60o to-day : unlive peaches, best, next week and week fol lowing ; crau appies, 1111 your oruwrs mi-ei ; best peaches, melons, grapes ; pears for ev ery day use iresn every morning, , JUDSON'S FHTJIT STORE, 867 Chapel street. Exchange Building. New lot German canaries. ItMWHITIEIAYEIE You Get Best Value For Your Money. , TTTE thought our advance to 81.25 per box V for our fresh made Butter would ciieok the demand tor It so we qould manage to get enough to till our orders, but still it goes and everybody pleased. We shall sell this week for S1.25 per 5 pound box, and we also have 1 lb Prints for 25c, same kind 1 have your choice. We also sell splendid Potatoes for 50c per busuei. Fresh Ejres received direct from farmers. And pure Jersey Milk and Cream at whole pain and retail. Those who have used our Milk pronounce it the best to be had, in town. Try it and leave your order to be delivered every morning. Groceries of all kinds at low prices. " . YOtJHS, E. H. CLAEK. Tmxn dries. DO YOU WANT lour Garnets Wm The Moths Killed, ana the Oust Removed ? WE CAN, DO IT. Lace Curtains Of the finest qualities oleaned without injury We are especially fitted up tor this work. Dyeing and Cleaning Of Men'i Suits and Overooats, Ladies' Dresses, eta. '':.-. laundering Of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underolothing. THE FORSYTH CO.. FOF1CES 878 CHAPEL STREET, 645 " " " 28 BROADWAY, STATE, LAWRENCE Afm MECHANIC STREETS. Telephone 854-2 and 3 HOTEL MAJESTIC. THE ONLY PALATIAL MODERN HOUSE IN NEW HAVEN. 300 Booms Single and En Suite. Forty-six Private Bath Booms. AMERICAN PLAN. 3.00 per day and up. Cuistno unsurpassed. TABLE D'HOTE : dinner. 6 to 9 p.m.. ftino: breakfast, 75c : lunch, 75c. METROPOLITAN SERVICE. Representative at boat and depot, cars to door. E. W. ROOT, Manager. ROBINSON FISHER, Patbnts and Patent Causes, 157 Church Street,- Jyi7t,f NEW HAVEN, CONN. IS YOUR BICYCLE. AT THE FACTORY Often when you want it most, 1 -i r to replace a aeiecnve tire or other part? " Does your Guarantee fail to prevent delay and expense oil express charges i Call on us and learn what a guarantee means. . THE E. C. BEHNETT CO. 168 Orange Street. Longest wearing horae blanket made. nave worn lb years, nunureuaoi testimonials to thlb effect,AMa(le both with and without surcingles. Look for.Horse stamped Inside. Wm. Ayrks fc Rons, Philada. Yellow Crawford Peaches, Green Meated Citron Melons, French Melons, IMppins, Apples, Green Ginger. D. S. COOPER CO.. . Telephone 729-3. 470 State street. Grand Opening Consumers' Market, 13-15 Congress Avenue, TO-DAY. CORNED beef He. stew beet 3o, stew lamb 80, roast lamb 4c, rack steak Be, round steak 10c, loin steak 12c, porterhouse steak J2e, roast beef 4-8e, pork 8c ; 1,000 other bar gains. Leps of lamb 80. 13 and 15 Congress Avenue, slO opposite Welch's store. PEACHES, For Preserving, Fancy New Jersey and Natives Received fresh dally. NATIVE GREEN MEATED AND SWEET NUTMEG MELON. Try our Entire Wheat Bread Delicatessen. E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st. CABINET AND HARD WOOD WORK. ALSOSAWING, TURNING, And Jobbing in Wood of all kinds. UDWARD P. BRETT, Builder, IB ARTISAN STREET. Telephone &vJ-I3. Pin This Up Where You Can See it. H. F. BL0GG & BRO., Cash or Credit H031E FURNISHERS, 009 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. FULL LINE DP Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Oilcloths, Beds, Baby Carriages, Mattresses, Parlor and Cook Stoves. Character U Credit. Store open 7 a. m. to 6:30 p. m, jturday and Munaay evenings 10 9. fast ittiLuo tn rivi:. A 1118 Hun Yesterday from New York to llutViilo by a New York. Central Flyer Ban 04 Miles u Hour lieiluuea the JCvcoid to Albany, Hut Failed to Uiiuul nglaml' Time. New York, Sept. 11. The Now York Central train which, left 'this city this morning to broak the record to Buffalo arrived there at 12:US o'clock tills after noon, making: the run of 4:'6',s miles In 407 minutes. The average was 64 1-3 miles an hour. Tho new record was made with a counterpart of the Empire' State ex pressv draw.ni from New York to Al bany by locomotive S70. Thei best rec ord of the road was made' by the Em pire State express in 1831, when the distance from this city to Buffalo, 436 miles, was made tan 429 minute in cluding all stops. The train this morning, which was out for a new record, was- in charge o TlhJrd Vice President II. Walter Webb, who accompar.led.lt during the entire trip. It left the Grand Central station at 5:40:30 o'clock. All along the line persona gait'heredi at tUie station's to see the flyer go by. Where stops were made as little time as possible was lost. The traini covered .the distance from Poughkeepsie, . seventy miles, in 62 minutes. Thei total run from New York to Albany was made In 2 hours and 14 minutes. A telegram was received from Gener al Passenger Agent Daniels at the 'Grand Central depot this morning stat ing that the ratal of speed maintained by the train from .this city to. Albany was 64 3-100 miles per hour. From New York to Syracuse, exclu sive of the stop at Albany, the raite of speed was 63 49-100 miles an hour. The train passed through Rochester at 11:33 o'clock. The) train consisted of four heavy ears, viz: One combinatloni smoking and baggage ciar, weight 83,470 pounds; one coach, 82,140 pou'nds; one coach, 83, 700 pounds, and private car Maraquita, weight 109,000 pounds. The total weight of the four cans' is 358,310 pounds. This Is practically the same as the regular equipment of the Empire State express exoept that tw regular service tttve latter train has a drawing room car instead of & private car of abput the same weight The engines hauling the train were No. 870, the firs!t Of the new class of tooomotives . built for:, the New . York Central at the Schenectady locomotive works, 'Weight 200,000, 'po'undis; No. 903, practically a counterpart of No. 870, also 'built at the Schenectady locomotive works, and the famous prize locomotive, No, 999, built fromi designs by William Buchanan, superintendent of motive power, at the West Albany sh-opfe of the New York Centraif, weight )!04,000 pounds. " - The fastest previous trial time for speed was made on September 14, 1891, when a special train was sent to Al bany, covering1 the distance to 139 min utes and 43 seconds. The experiment of to-day be&te. this record by over Ave- minutes. The English, train that made the re cent run of 540 mile in 512 minutes consisted of t'hr.e'el standard .English railway carriages, 'having a total length of 126 feet, exclusive -Of the engine, or only about two-fifths "of the length of the Almwican train.and weighing much iefa thani 'half as . much. ... - The corrected time ae to the records made by the English;. ana American trains is: - London to Edinburgh (1888) 400 imiles, in 510 minutes : . .- , New York to 'Buffalo,, oxperimerttal run (September 14, 1891), 440 miles', in 439 minutes. : New York to Buffalo (October 26, 1891) 440 miles' in 520 minutes-. This is the record of the New York Central's Em Hire State express, Which as run, every day, 'except Sunday, since 'October 26, 1891, oni the same scbedute ttfne. London'to AberfleenXAugust 23, 1895): 540 miles in 512. minutes. "" ' 1.1st or Patents Issued from tho United States patent office; Tuesday, September 10, 1895, for the state of Connecticut, furnished lissom tho office of Earle & Seymour, solicitors of patents, 868 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn.: ' .' B. 1m Armstrong, New London, thread package. R. A. Baldwin, South Norwalk, elec trio railway switch. Same, assignor to himself and H. Rowland, rail bond. C. M. Brooks, Burlington, assignor to C. A. Hart, P. F. Smitheanton and W. E. Simonds, grafting wax and making same. Same, grafting wax. J. 'M, Chatfield, Thnmaston, machine for cleaning or polishing sheet brass or other sheet metal. C. A. King, Merlden, gun stock, E. S. Piper, assignor one-half to F. Clayton, Bristol, 'bicycle whistle. M. L. Pperry, assignor to Scovlll Man ufacturing company, Waterbury, body for oil cans. bis coyniTiox serious. Mr. Mansfield and the Oarrick. New York, Sept. 11. It is reported that Richard Mansfield', who has been suffering from malarial fever, Is in a critical condition. At the Garrick thea ter, it is said, that the seriousness cf Mr. Mansfield's sickness had been exag gerated; that lie was a little better on Monday night, and that his conditlion remains unchanged, It is denied that he is In any danger, and it was declared that his case had not yet developed into typhoid fever. It has been decided, "however, that Mr. Mansfield shall not play his pro posed engagement at the Garrick thea ter in October at all. He will open his season elsewhere on November 18, and will come to the Garrick later in the season. J. C. Duff has now made an ar rangement whereby he -will occupy the theater after Mme. Modjeska's engage ment, opening with a new comic opera. Will 5f ot Advance Wage. Fall River, Mass., Sept. 11. The Man ufacturers association voted unani mously this afternoon not to advance the wages of the mill operatives, and a letter to that effect will be cent to the weavers in a sw days,, Font jVJS.V Jill LED. A CaLaou Explode Muring tho fl. A. It. ( vlebiatloii at l.niiUvlll. Ivotilsvllle, Ky., Sept. 11. -Four mem bers of the Loulsvlllei Legion were ln staiiitly killed this morning by the ex- loslon of ammunition in the caisson cf ho gun which was being driven to hoenlx Hull for service as a part of the G. A. R. parade. The dead aro Corporal A. U RoWnson, ,233 Grayson street; Private C. Woods, ,031 Vine street; Private A. Mcllride. 25 West Chestnut street; William Ad ams, negro driver. The soldiers killed were nwtnb?s of at tery A, and belonged to a section of six in charge of one gun. Captain Da vid Cattleman was In command. 1 he four dead men were seated on the cats- son. Sergeant Fred Conn and Private E. M. Hobbs wore injured, though not very seriously. Conn's left hand was lacer ated and his left eye and face burned by powder. Hobbs' back was sprained, eyebrows burned and eye slightly in jured. Both men are suffering from the shock. Another member of the battery.whose name is not as yet learned, is reported missing. Captain David Castleman, who was in charge, was riding at the side of the detail. He escaped injury. The caisson contained sixty pounds of powder, enough to fire forty rounds. The cause of 'the accident is Inexpli cable. The report that one of the men was smoking is denied by Captain Cas tleman. Captain Castleman said It was one of those unfortunate accidents that cannot be guarded against A similar disaster occurred in Chicago during the strike, In wihich. three men werei killed and several wounded. The accident happened about 5:S0 o'clock, The 'battery section was pro ceeding to Phoenix Hill to fire forty sa lutes in honor of the G. A. ,R. and had reached a point between the Avery and Hail residences, on Broadway, between Third and Fourth, when the accident occurred. The Legion Hospital corps was notified atl once and hastened to the scene. Governor John Young Brown.who was staying wlthi Major George B. Easton, was asleep in 1ed. The explosion stun ned him and it wtas some time before he revived. Mrs, Easton was in the bath room at the tiiime. 'She. saw the flash and was knocked off her feet by the explosion. She was badly stunned', but as soon as she was brought around be gan rrtinlstering to Governor Brown, Sheets were ifaken from the neighbor ing houses and epread over the dead bodies. The dead are; Corporal A. L. Robinson, Private C Blconer, Private C. Woods, Private A. McBrlde and C, Adams, a negro. Two others, whpse names . are un known, were badly burned. Battery A or the Jjouisvine j-iegion is the crack military corps of the .city, whifch had been .assigned to fire a. sa lute at 6 o'clock from SheJby street and Broadway. Owing to the early hour the street was practically free from persons, According to the best reports the men were seated upon a. caisson. One of the nrivates was smokte a cigarette and a spark 4s supposed to have ignited the powder in the box, which exploded with out a moment's warning. : TltE COLORED MASOXS. Close pf the Annual Session In Merlden Yesterday Qfflcers Elected. Meriden, Sept. 11. The second day's session of the , twenity-seeoinid annual communication of the Most Worshipful Grand lodge of Cofmectlcut, Free and Accepted Masons (colored) closed at the social room of the Y. M. C. A building this aiiernoon. ' This morning's communication was taken up with the reports of the vari ous committees, etc. The conetitut- tiomis of several of the, subordinate lodges were ameinded and changed on the report of the committee on consti tutions and by-laws. Reports from the representatives of foreign grand lodges were also heard. i It was voted to .hold the hext annual communication! at Middletown the sec ond Tuesday of' September, 1896. A nominating committee to bring in can didates' 'names was appointed and the lodge the-n proceeded to the election of officers for the ensuing tenm. The following officers were elected: M. W. gramd master W. H. Mitchell of Hartford-. 'Deputy grand rriastef Eld'sha Walker of Bridgeport. Grand senior warden Chasi H. Walk er of Bridgeport. Grand j union wardent Rev.C.C.Ring- gold of Will'imantie. 'Grand secretary F. O. Cross of Hart ford. STUPID FRAUDS ON SANFORD'S GINGER Beware of cheap, worthless, and often dangerous "gingers," which are persistently urged, even forced, upon would-be pur chasers of SANFORD'S as "our own make," or " good as San ford's," or " cheaper than San ford's," or " same as Sanford's," etc., by mercenary dealers, not in the interest of health, but for a few cents' extra profit. . No respectable druggist or grocer is ever guilty ot such practices. Avoid all others. Containing among itt Ineredients the purest of medicinal Fmrwh hrandv and the" beat of imported singer, j is vastly 'superior to tl cheap, worthless, anJ -often dangerous ginge nrifcd as substitutes. Asit for SAKFOIU) CIVJltfD 1 I 1 . . , J . ..I. n tl v.i.i. l. .uu juok lor uwi utu. ... -. j wrapper. Bold ever? where. Pottik Dbusasd 4"!, u C 1 V. R.ilnn OUR GOOD F0RD5 Grand treasurer John! W. Ross ot New Haven. Grand tyler Ellas Voorhees of Nor wich. I'lH'srand master, eiecretary, treasur er and tyler were all re-elected. The oage wan called c-fT at 2 o'clock for din ner and P. G. M. Walter II. Burr of Norwich Installed the officer at tW af ternoon,': communication. New Haven la the center of colored Masonry in the state, there being two lodges, a chapter, convmandery1 and a consistory located tihere. Hurled By an Avalanche. Berne, Sept. 11. An avalanche from the AltelB glacier 'has, fallen upon the hamlet of Splital'matte. About two square miles of landi has been covered. It la feared that talx persons nd 300 head ot cattle have perished. Scrofula, Salt Rheum And All Other Blood DlsasA-How Triay May Be Cured. Speaking limply from what Hood's Bar- aparllla hat done, not only onceortwioe, but In thousands ot cases, waoan honestly ay that It Is the best remedy for all dis eases of the blood, whatavr tha oauae. By iti peculiar Combination, Propor tion and Procesa, It poiaessei positlva medicinal merit Peculiar to Itielf, It has oured the most virulent caaea of Scrofula and Salt Rheum, even when all other prescriptions and medicines have failed to do any good. Blood poisoning;, from, whatever art- gln, yields to lta powerful cleansing, puri fying, vitalizing effect npon the blood. II yoa desire further particulars, write to ns as below. Remember that Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier prominently In the publio eye today. Prepared only by C. I. Hoos ft Co., Lowell, Masi., U. S. A. Sold by all druggists. fl;elxfor6. HAnil's Dills the test after-dinner iiuuu o a 1 i u Pills. They assist dltesUea- HE iST HM ROOM , FOR THK Enormous Stock , . OF New Pianos That we are about to receive. Therefore we are obliged to sell our Second-hand Pianos at Almost Any Price. T lie ISM k Sons Go. 777 Chapel street, ' NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. PAVING-SEYMOUR, CONN. . D BALED prbposals will be received by the underslirned until M:R0 ft. m . on SAntem. ber 1Mb, 1803, at the office of the Board of Se lectmen, Seymour, conn., for constructing a pavement under the Act of 1695 for the 1m provement of Publio Roads. Information ooqeerning plans, specifications, bonds, eto., can be obtained at the olfioe of Thomas L. James, Seymour, Conn., or at the olUoe of Enelneer David C. Sanforil. 87 Chnrnh strnet. io nrorjoHiii reoHiveo arter r.hn timd aneni- fled, and all proposals must be filled out on DianKS turnisnea oy tuo Town, ane right to reject any or all bids is reserved. UHAllLES Jtt. lAJUMBBUKY, THOMAS L, JAMK8, s512t " ' Seleotmen. A FINE LINE OF Fall Patterns, In all grados, styles and latest color ings, ou our floors ready for inspection. . ALSO ' Linoleum, Oilcloths, Rugs, Shades and Just received one mora shipment of Whitney's Baby Carriages. STAHL & HEGEL, 8. 10, 12 Church Street THEODORE KEILER, . UNDEBXAKBB, 162 ORANGE STREET, Near Court streetj Telephone No.151 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. PAVING MADISON. . SEALED proposals will be received by the undersigned until 3 o'clock p. m. Septem ber 21st, 1805, at the Town Clerk's office, Mad ison, Conn., for constructing a pavement, un der the Aot of 1895 for the "Improvement of Public Roads." Information oonoerning plans, specifica tions, bonds, etc., can be obtained at the Town Clerk's office, or at the office of the en gineer, A. B. Hill, No. 82 Churob street, New Haven, Conn. No proposal will be received after the time specified, and all proposals not on the blanks furnished or not properly tilled out, will be rejected. The right to reject any or all bids is re served. EDWIN W. MUNGER-, FKANKB. BISHOP, LEWIS A. DO WD, s8 14t Selectmen, CARPETS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. , PAVING NORTH BRAN FORD. SEALED nroposa Is will be received by the undersigned until 2 p. m. Setember 18th, 18B5, at the Town Clerk's office. North Bran ford, Conn,, for constructing a pavement under the Act of 1895, for the ' Improve ment of Publio Roads." Information concerning plans, specifica tions, bonds, etc., can be obtained at the Town Clerk's office, or at the office of Engi neer A. B. Hill, No. 82 Church street. New Haven, Conn. No proposal will be received after the time specified, and all proposals not on the blanks furnished, or not properly filled out, will be rejected. The right to reject any or all bida fa re served, HEHBEKT O.PAGE, CHARLES E. ALL1HG, si Lit jieteutmea. gxTitcattou. MISS KATE LEWIS RESUMES piano teaching September 3. Hytituetio melhod used. auat Uteoa twi n. v r.n a y r,. u r.. THK EPISCOPAL ACAIKMV, CH US HI KM. Atliorouglilycqulppoil pre paratory sehuol for boys, for College or fur Ttnalnuua Tim 11Viil vcilr nnonft Kent. IK. Adclressltov. JAMES ST01HAttl),Prinolpal, at lit Uhosiuro, conn. MR. E. A. PARSONS Resumes Instruction on Tuesday, September 10. STUDIOS Benedict Bulldlug, New Haven s Aopoy nuiwing, Mew lorn, B5 MISS LEItiHTON'S SCHOOL FOR Doya and Girls reopens Tuesday, Oc tober 1st. Three douartinents. Gram mar, Intermediate, Klmlergurteu i sunny euhool rooms, thorouglilv noa'ed and venti lated. IM OltOVBSTKEET, si -Ht opposite Hlllhouse avenue. SCHOOL. 7 HOWE SritKlfiT. MISS LEK A H. NICHOLS will reopen her sohool Wednesday. BeDteoiber 18. Kin dergarten, Primary and Advauoed Depart- nieuis. sa sic THK MISSES CATLIN'S PRIVATE Grammar Sohool and Kinder garten for Girls and Boys will reopen September 18 at seu tr No, b mBrtur stkisist. MECHANICAL MtAWINtt, PERSPECTIVE. MATHEMATICS, MECHANISM. to. i'.H. HOW MX, 179 Churoh street, Hartford offiun. Uallerstein Bmld'ar. Address letters to Ntw Haven olHoe. aul5 ly THE BESSAUEtt-TIlOOST WIK SCHOOL OF MUSIC, 781 Chanel street. Vocal and Instrumental Instruction. System of European conservatories. Apply between 12 and 1 and 4 and 5 p. m. dally. s9 MISSORTON andMISSNICHOLS SUCCESSORS to the Misses Edwards, will reopen on Thursday, September 28, at 67 Elm Btreet, their Day School for Girls. Pri mary, Intermediate and Aeademlo Depart ments. Special students admitted. College preparation. Circulars with courses of study furnished on application. au30 lm F. A. FOWLER'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC T EOPENS September 9th ; rooms 8 and 9. I V 851 Chapel street. Teachers : F. A. Fow ler, Franz Miloke, John C. Griggs and assist ants. Voioes tried, and applicants examined for any department free of charge. Appli cants for Violin will be examined by Mr. Miloke on Tuesdays and Fridays from 12 to 1, Circulars on application. s7 3m VOCAL INSTRUCTION. J. JEROME HAYES Will res lime touching r Monday, September 2. , Studio at the Hubinger Building. Chapel st., auSOtf v Rooms 26 and 27. f$tisctlixuztm&. L. W. ROBINSON, ARCHITECT, Remove! ti No. 760 CHAPEL STREET. DO YOU WANT a ' PICTURE? Your Vacation Trip will last you all Next Winter, if you take a Camera. We have all kinds. G. W. Whittlesey & Co., S81 STATE ST. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. PA VINGHAMDEN. . SEALED proposals will be recolved by the undersiged until 8 p. m. September 17th, 1895, at the Town Clerk's office, for construct ing a pavement under the Act of 1895 for the "Improvement of Publio Roads." Information concerning plans, specifica tions, bonds, etc., can be obtained at the Town Clerk's office or at the office of the en gineer, A. B. Hill, No. 82 Church street, New Haven, Conn. No proposal will be received after the t1 mo specified, and all proposals not on the blanks furnished, or not properly iUled out, will be rejected. Tho right id reject any Or all bids is re served. r.B. tUttle, . JOHN H. DAVIS. WM. HITCHCOCK, eS13t j- Selectmen. FOR THE HALL Nothing as handsome and elegant as our Racks can be found anywhere in the city. Tho hall is the first room you see in a house, and first sights and first im pressions ought to be pleasing and inviting. One of our superb Hall Racks is a feast to the eye, an ornament to any bouse, as well as in ?the highest degree convenient and useful. A hall without a Rack: is almost as badly off as a house without a halL There's plenty of room for choice here, as we show fifty differ ent styles at from $3.50 to $50.00 eaoh. Carloads of new Furniture arriving ev ery week. For Fall, come and look us over. ; H. B. ARMSTRONG & CO., 89-97 Orange Street. f : BM m Qf Tri EARLE & SEYMOUR, SOLICITORS Off American and ' Foreign PATENTS, 868 Chapel Street, NEW HAVEN, CONN, WILLAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LW. , Solicitor of and Counselor in PATENTS Eight Tear Examiner In . U. S. Patout O0io. OFFICiii New Raven, 70 CHURCH ST. Springfield. 317 MAIN ST STEEL WOOL. Scrub your 'Boors with Steel Shavings ami keep them smooth and clean. For cleaning Brass and Metals, Steel Wool is unsurpassed. It shows una 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 RUB ONLY WITH THE GRAIN, and if a particularly smooth surfaoe is re quired, use a little raw Unseed oil. Forsalo by THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street. WAX POLISH OIL For floors in Stores, Banking Houses and Public Buildings wherever a clean oil waxed surf ace is desirod. ,s No dust will arise from sweeping. "WAXINE" for Kitchen Floors. CALL FOR CIRCULAR. it k Parrat Go., 93 CROWN STREET, WELLS & GUNDE, Watchmakers and Jewelers. Full Jine Sterling Silver and Silier Plated Ware. KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS ,- . ., W ..... .; J.-.,"!-.', f , . .' No. 788 Chaptl Street ,' . H EXCELLENT VARIETY -fHERrAOMgTBRJ W1TM PRICtS WAYBEUWZ&RO , CAM ALWAVJ ' Be rootib ATr- lAM sill 55CHORCM STRBBr- OPPOSIT& . Podr OTiCBf . ;HtmiitWittT: v '' '''''''' ARE; Self Contained, requiring no brick setting. Without Gaskets or Packing, and are thus always. . tight. Bave Vertical Water Ways, giving free circula tion, large Direct Fire Surface, using tint radiant heat of the Hre. TfccK.ris in use and ail giving satisfaction. SHEAHAN & GROARK Vif tiT fsnrf PlnmlMpa TolnnhnnA i AX. 285 and 287 State Street. i vbm. vvar ev.Q . i uyi icyi., ,vw