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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER FRIDAY. OCTOBER 22 1897.
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Spectacles and Eyeglasses made to order and Repairing I neatly and promptly executed. 84 Church. Street, Near tbe Postofflce. 1 m88G&&&88&&S9aQ Hi HUYLER'S CANDIES. 1 Up-to-date. That is the kind of Drug Store we m have.; we keep up with the times. We may not have everything you want, but the chances are we have . Come and see . Our facilities for filling Prescriptions m are tbe best. Extreme care is taken to to An nMUpllf anA n ..on mil., .hi -....it.... ffh S1 flft rra 9A 1 t HEWITT'S Drusr Store ' Open all night. m 7 44 CHAPEL STREET. 1 SOW READY, The Choicest Spring Patterns of Leading Makes in It has always been my aim to supply nothing but the best makes in Carpets ; to make and lay them in a thorough and workmanlike manner. CARPET WAREROOMS, H. B. PEEBY 914 Chapel Street OUR S3 DEPARTMENT Is one in which we take especial prido. We have an enviable reputation throughout the city for fine coffee, for the reason that our customers have found it to be just what it is When you want a cup of coffee give it a trial. 35c A POUND. You'll pay more and not get near as good. ; : : : Telephone 259-3. JOHNSON & BROTHER 4ii-4i3 State Street, cor. Court. THE Brings to mind the fact that your pantry will need replenishing. Don't Forget Us N. 1 FULLERTON, Proprietor. ' 926 Chapel Street, 1231 Chapel Street. NEW TONTINE HOTEL AND CAFE. FOH LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Under the management ot George T. White, formerly of tbe Arm of Heubleio. Brothers. Restaurant ODen from 6 a. in. to 12 n. nv Special attention given to Banquets and rnvare jrtirtieB. aaau tl Trager's Hotel and Restaurant, Reopened, under the management of GEO. T. SANDALLS. Formerly, with Park Ave. Hotel, N. Y. Cuisine and service unexcelled. Special attention to Theater Parties and Banquets. 05 tf WecMios: Invitations, tzr)ix Card?, Souvenir?, Orders of Dance, Etc., KIEFNAN'S. 968 GRAND AVE. PURE JAVA AND MOCHA. Boston mm II II carpets, Rugs. Mattings, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Upholstery Goods, Curtains, Draperies, Wall Papers, eta Tim man iimi jv.ia'. Oponlng Presentation of This Now Opera nt the Uypm-ion Lust Evening. Last evening was a notable one for the Hyperion theater ns It brought be fore New Haven playgoers the new opera, "The Highwayman." as well as a new opera company, which is likely to -win a permanent place among the best organizations of the kind in Amer ica. , In bringing together this com pany, which is to be identified with the Broadway theater, New York, Mana ger McCormick has certainly aimed high. The principal members are ex cellent singers; indeed, it may be said that a better cast, vocally considered, has rarely been heard in this city. In the present days of so-called comic op era, consisting mainly of topical songs and horseplay, it Is refreshing to hear an opera company whose members really can sing. Even the comedians have good voices, and trie chorus Is one of the largest and best ever heard In New Haven. Mr. McCormick having in view the presentation of romantic com ic opera went to Messrs. Reginald De Koven and Harry B, Smith for his ini tial qpera, these gentlemen having written the most popular work of the kind yet produced in this country. As "Kobln Hood" dealt with an outlaw of the thirteenth century, so "The Highwayman" relates the adventures of a gentlemanly robber in the good old days of George the Third. Judging by the reception, given "The Highwayman" last evening, the opera is likely to rival "Robin Hood" in popularity. For a first performance of a difficult piece the rendition was a remarkably smooth and perfect one. The opera is in three acts.and a commendable effort has been made to depart from the conventionali ties of modern comic opera and to give a series of pictures of English life in the eighteenth century. There is a genuine flavor of Charles Dickens' novels in the old tavern courtyard with Its motley crowd of village loungers. The forest scene, where the coach is robbed, creates a genuine romantic at mosphere, and the rustic wedding of the last act is an admirable attempt at local color. The plot is an Interesting one, an un usually felicitous combination of com edy with romantic Interest. Dick Fitz gerald, the title character, is an Irish soldier of fortune, who has been ruined by a gambler named Hawkhurst Dick takes to highway robbery. His par don has been secured by Lady Con stance Sinclair, who is In love with him, but the pardon has fallen into the hands of Dick's enemy, Hawkhurst. The later has determined to suppress the pardon until Dick can be shot or hanged. Hawkhurst starts on a jour ney in the mall coach. Constance knowing that that he has the pardon in his possession, determines to "hold up" the coach, and at pistol's point get the pardon from Hawkhurst. In the course of the complications Constance is wounded, and the pardon comes into the possesion of Dick, who encounters numerous dangers, having his own pardon in his pocket, without being aware of what the document contains, Constance having exacted from him a promise that he will not look at the document. There is a strong comedy interest caused by the fact that two others, of their own purposes, start out to impersonate the highwayman (who goes by the name of Captain Scarlet). The result is that three different char acters in the scarlet cloak and mask of the highwayman are arrested, each for his own purpose claiming to be Captain Scarlet, while Dick Fitzgerald, the real highwayman, is mistaken for an Irish lord, whose clothes he has stolen., The rivalry of Constance and a militia captain, both of whom are seeking for Scarlet and the thousand pounds reward offered for him, sup plies low comedy interest, Mr. De Doven's music is in his best style. This composer excels in music with the old English flavor and this score of "The Highwayman" Is un doubtedly the best work he has done since "Robin Hood." It is nearly, if not quite as melodious, and it Is more original. There are so many effective numbers that it is difficult to pick out those deserving especial mention. The most ingenious number Is the double quartette in the first act, In which ,the eight principal characters all sing different melodies which com bine harmoniously. Each one of the eight is engaged in a different task and Is singing about what he is doing at the time. It is an exceedingly orig inal idea. The most popular song In the score will probably be the Irish love song in the second oct, while the showiest and most brilliant is the moonlight song, which immedaitely preceeds it. A sea song in the third act is full of dash and the finales are stirring and effec tive. The work of all the principal mem bers of the Broadway Theater Opera company Is deserving of detailed crltl cism. Mr. Joseph O'Mara in the title role presents the remarkable comblna tion of a fine tenor voice and great ability as a comedian. He plays the part with all the humor of a Bouci- cault Irishman, and his three dashing songs were sung with splendid effect. Miss Hilda Clark, who was the Bos tonians' prima donna last season, as sumed the role of Lady Constance, She is a captivating utcture in her cavalier dress, her music was delight fully sung and her acting was full of spirit and animation. Mr." Van Rensal laer Wheeler was a dashing figure as a navy officer and his sea song was one of the gems of the opera. The comedy was about equally divided be tween Jerome Sykes and Harry Mac Donough. Mr. Sykes kept the audience in good humor by his eccentricities as a constable who suspects everythin and everyone. Mr. MacDonough was also diverting in the part of an 'ostler who is obliged to play the highway man to win the affections of a roman tic barmaid. Miss Nellie Bragglns was bright and vivacious as the barmaid Doll. Her dialect was excellent. Miss Maud Williams sang very agreeably and made a graceful and highbred Lady Pamela. Mr. George O'Donnell gave a natural portrayal of a bluff old country squire and displayed a fine bass voice. The small parts were cap ably played and the chorus was excel lent. Especial commendation is due to Mr. Max Freeman, the stage manager, and to Signor de Novellls, the director of their clever work. "Ihe Highway, man" is beautifully staged and cos turned, and is certain to be one of the season's operatic successes. fj fJ "J' 4 'i' 'i' 'J" 4 potsfcamcr (Brabambrofc unb ptiinpcrntc&el5atri&. This is "pure Dutch," being the label on a new thing in Imported German Zweiback. It's in stick form, like Italian Bread or Cheese Fingers, comes in small car tons and sells for 20 cents. Those who taste it .carry off a package. 770 Chapel Street, NEW HAVEN FRIENDS. Brilliant Wedding in NIantic Baptist Church. New London, Oct. 21. The wedding of Miss Marlon Imogene Luce of NIan tic and William Henry Kreider of Leb anon, Pa., was celebrated Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock in the NIantic Baptist church. The ceremony was performed by the pastor of the church, Rev. Joseph Mc- Kean. The wedding marches were played by Miss Ada Wilbur of Noank. The church, was beautifully trimmed. The ushers were Charles B. Waller of New London, Edward A. McCHntock of Springfield, Walter B. Cruttenden and Joseph C. Sweeney of New Haven, all classmates of Mr. Kreider In the Tale law school. The maid of honor was Miss Iva M. Bristol of New Haven. The bride was led to the altar by her brother, John Francis Luce, where they were met by the bridegroom and his best man, Warren K. Dowe of Norwich. The bride was elegantly gowned in white satin, en train, with chiffon trim mings, wore a veil and carried a bou quet of roses. The bridegroom's pres ent to the bride was a sunburst of dia monds. The maid of honor wore pink moussellne-de-sole and carried pink roses. Misses Bristol and Wilbur re ceived pearl brooches in memory of the joyous occasion and the ushers pearl stick pins.. The wedding banquet was furnished by Francis of New Haven. Mr. Kreider was chairman of his class and belongs to the Book and Gav el fraternity. That the wedding gifts were many and beautiful goes without saying. 1 The out-of-town guests were H. H. Kreider, Mrs. Kreider, Miss Kreider, D. S. Kreider, assistant at Sloane labora tory at Tale; G. E. Kreider of Annvllle, Pa., Miss Florence Gardiner of New London, Mrs. Charles Rudd of New Tork, Miss Eliza W. Avery of Norwich, Mrs. Charles Allen of Merlden, Mrs. Lillian Cone of New London, Dr. Frank Howard of Waterford, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith of Waterford, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Davis and Miss Bristol of New Haven. NEW POLO LEAGUE PLANS. Meeting In Merlden Yesterday All Teams Provided With Quarters Some of the Players. Merlden, Oct. 21. The managers of the newly formed Southern New Eng land Polo league met at the Hotel Wln throp this afternoon to complete de tails and after a session of upwards of an hour adjourned to meet again at the same place October 27. The schedule committee will report at this meeting and all the details for the opening games will be arranged. All the man agers except Jennings of Hartford were present and all spoke most gratlfylngly of the outlook. All of the men reported that they were provided with quarters. In Watei'bury the games would be nlayed at the Auditorium; in Bridge port the old Gem rink would he put In condition at an outlay of i,5U0. Tne New Haven games would be played at the Quinnipiac rink, and Manager Par sons of New Britain stated that he had secured the old East Main street ar mory. Merlden has not fully decided yet, but will use the old rink if the owners will make a few needed repairs. A new rink is to be built in Spring field, and It Is said that Hartford's new rink will be opposite Hotel Hartford. Derby will have one of the best rinks in the league at tne lane. The league will have four referees with two substitutes and already fif teen applications have been received, most of whom are hall players. The list Includes Gunshannan of the Water miry ball team; Luschs, who played with Toronto; James Donnelly of New York; Thomas Leahy, Washington baseball team; Abercombie, the ex polo player, of Bridgeport; J. F. Sul livan, Rochester; Harlngton and La hey, newspaper men of Waterbury, and Whitlow of Merlden. PICKWICKS WIN THREE. Narrow Margins for All Three Games Phumway's Fancy Spare Won the Last By Five Pins. The Pickwicks started in well for a new team in the City Bowling league last evening, winning three straight from the Mercantiles ty 16 pins for the first and second games, and 5 pins for the third. The finish of the last game wasexciting. Hutchinson's three strikes looked like a win for the Mercantiles, Shumway having 6-10 for a break. His getting it won the game for his team. Larom was high roller with 499, also getting high string 188. Eurekas vs. Salamanders to-night. Pickwicks. Larom 188 148 163 6 15 6 499 Whitelock ....129 186 161 8 13 6 476 Raymond ....111 135 124 4 8 8 370 Hill 149 126 137 4 11 7 412 Shumway ....135 169 177 4 17 2 481 712 764 762 26 64 282238 Mercantiles. Smith 135 Foote 129 Somers 126 Hutchinson ..157 Bartlett "9 149 155 131 152 163 146 146 148 136 181 7 10 8 9 4 11 8 430 7 430 7 405 8 8 10 445 S 13 4 493 696 750 757 35 51 362203 OilNIATURH ALMANAC. OCT. 21. 8rw Risks, fl l'i I Moon Rises, Sun Su-i'H, 5:U0 S:1U Hiarr Water 7:11 OKA llIS. JONES In this city, October 21st, Edward Ii. Jones, ugiMl 72 your. Funeral IiDUi lila lute residence, Mil) Norton street, tsatui-Uay, October 23d, at 1:30 n. BR EE In this city. October 20th, Dnnlel V. Brec, son of Mr. mid Mrs. Patrick Ureo. Funeral will be held from his lnte resi dence, 77 Fillmore street, Friday morn ing ut 0 o'clock. Holemn high mass at St. Fiiiuols' church nt 0:30. 2t 31 AKIN hi LIST. POUT OP NEW HAVEN. ARRIVED. Sch Svlvta C. Hull. Low. Bruuswlck. Ga., lumber. Kcli A. J. Campbell, Sullivan. . Hark Nicanor. (llr.l Wolfe. N. T. for Buhia. CLEARED. Sch Iliittlo M. Howes, Ilodgdon. Keli H. & T. Ilargravcs, Itltdoy, Norfolk. Sch E. II. Burned, Tate, Liverpool, N. S. FOli KENT, FLAT. 117 WHALLEY AVENUE. Inquire lit 12r. o22 ftt FOIi KENT, SECOND floor, 34 Eld street, 5 rooms, $1!).0. B. h. LAMBERT, o22 t 8ti5 Clmpol street. TO KENT. A FURNISHED bouse. Inquire of rai 11 tl. u. vv A ku .lim grunge m. FOUND, THREE young heifers, 0110 Jersey, ono with poke 011, uud un Ayrshire. Owner ciui Lave by proving property and puy Ing exponsos. Apply A. B. MILLER, ollUt North Haven, Conn. District of New Haven, ks. Trobate Court, October 21, 181)7. ESTATE of CLARENCE C. MANN, of New Haven. In wild District, Insolvent debtor. ORDERED That commissioners to re ceive and decide upon the claims of tbe creditors of said estate be appointed nt a Court of I'robnto, to be lielil at New Ha ven, lu said District, on the 2Stli day of October, 18W7, nt ten o'clock in the fore noon; and that tbe Trusteo give publlo no tice to all persons In interest to appear, if they see cause, before said Court, at Bald time ami place, to be heard relative to said appointment, by publishing this order throe times in Kome newspaper having a circulation In said District, and due return make. LIVINGSTON V. CLEAVELAND, 022 3t Judge, NOTICE. BOROUGH FAIR HAVEN EAST. October 1st, 1807. All persons and parties owning property liable to taxation bv the Borough of Fair Haven Enst on tbe list of 18'JO are hereby notllicd that the said tax is now due and payable to the undersigned. L. A. T. BLAKE, Collector, o21 8t 31)7 Center street, Annex. Bartholomew's New Office. I am now rendy to receive your orders for servants for all household purposes. The createst care will be taken to give satlstactlon. Out of town orders a specialty. NO. 102 ORANGE STREET, BOWDITCH BUILDING, Room NO. 11. 013 L. B. BARTHOLOMEW. JUST RECEIVED, Onfi thousand lbs Blue Fish: also Fresh Mackerel, Halibut, Spanish Mackerel, Black Fish, Sea Bass, Sword Fish, Smelt, Sea Trout, Salmon, Fresh Cod, Haddock, Stripe Bass. OYSTERS Rockawoys, cape uoa, Blue Points, etc. All at low prices. A. FOOTE & CO., Telephone No. 357. 353 STATE ST. FOB BENT, - TWO very comfortable rooms for business men nt oa lahis jjuauh.. o. if FOB RENT, FOUR or five rooms, unfurnished, nt iu v n-N-i AVEauH, References required. o20 Ot FOR RENT. 14-ROOM house, 245 Orchard street: all modern Improvements; steam heat; house la perfect order; large garden, plenty of rnut trees. ppiy omce or s20 tf F. M. BROWN & CO. Two-family House, All Improvements, Lamberton Street, $6,000. So Many Ladies say : "Haven't you some thing in Carpets better than Ingrain, but cheaper than Brussels ?" We have for a long time realized the Want t these goods would fill and we can now recommend such a carpet. It is a yard wide woven on a Brussels loom turns nicely, and costs but trifle more than Ingrain. Ask for our Pro Brussels. A floor covering that looks well, wears well', and general satisfaction. gives BROWN & DURHAM, Complete HousufurtiisUari, Orange and Center streets txa Estate. FIIONT offlro; pfood light; stefim hpfit. o riuii.i ,iMAi,nn ri l.m tir VOlt UK NT. EN room liouso with large lot, Savin ave nue, West ituven, rrom jNoveniuer 1: isiJ per month. E. 10. BRADLEY. S12 York street, New Haven, Conn. 1?!t FOB BKNT. MODERN flats, central, new, nearly fln- lsneu, nil improvements, libt uiiupei, near Park: 2U Grove, near Orange. Mi tf Iuciuiro 1200 CUAl'EL ST. Rents E. L. B&SSETT, 42 Church st. Room 300. oliected TO KKNT. PROPERTY for. storage or light manufac turing purposes, at liiT Jtiigii street. Also a bam 011 the premises for rent, auill tf THOS. PHILLIPS & 8QN. FOB SALE, THE FINEST RT7II7DING LOT ON WHITNEY AVENUE; price low. FOR RENT, The two-fainlly house. No. 174 Hallock avenue, and many others. , CHAS. D.NICOLL & CO.. No. 82 CHURCH STREET, rooms 14 and 15 ipn Mouuay auu Saturday Kveniuns. Special, and Why? This advertisement calls attention to a remarkable opportunity for FINE HOME. One of tbe choicest Bites In this natural resident section of our beuutlful city. Well consuracteu nouse, 14 rooms; every conven ience! steam heat, natural wood finish; 50 feet front by 130. Lawn, shrubs, etc. A complete home ready for occurmncy with out extra expenditure. House 712 Orange street. JOHN E. HEALY. room 96, PolPs Building, REAL ESTATE. Central Investment Dronertles. inmroved and unimproved. lrst-cinss residences ana lots. Desirable two-family dwellings. MONEY TO LOAN. G. W. OSBORN. ROOM 29, BENEDICT BUILDING. 8a CHURCH STREET. Furnished House, In desirable location for rent; small se lect family only. Board of owner equiva lent for rent, Enquire of GEORGE A. ISBELL, 708 Chapel street, 10 to 12 a. m. FOR SALE, ONE-FAMILY HOUSE, EIGHT ROOMS, ON ENGLISH STREET. $2,000. JOHNC, PUNDERFORD, 116 CHURCH STREET. FOR RENT, A first-class flat on Humnhrev street, nmr Orange street. First Ooor, 8 rooms, hard- woou imisii, uuu mi me conveniences, ue- giraoie tor one wisning a lueuium rent In nrst-ciass neigiiDornooo. For particulars, UHAHLES U. WEBB, 850 Chapel Streat. Open Monday until 8 p. m. For Sale, BIX HOUSES ON ORANGE BTEBET, iWlll be sold on very easy ters. tain's Real Estate Offica, 748 CHAPEL STREET. For Sale, A NEW TWO-FAMILY HOUSE ON SHEFFIELD AVENUE. ALL IMPBOVE- JU-NTS ,. $5,000. Money to Loan at 5 per cent. GEORGE F. NEWCOMB. Room 322. Exchange Bnild'g. 121 Church st. For Rent, STORE on STATE STREET. ""11 FLAT on ELD STREET. 1 5 ROOMS on PEARL STREET. 7 ROOMS on HALLOCK AVENUE. 6 ROOMS on GREENWICH AVENUBL W. D. JUDSON, Bl5 808 Chapel street. TO LOAN, $100,000, in Sums to Suit. HENRY A. PALLMAN, 116 Church Street, Rooms 9 and W. myM This Farm Must Be Sold Two hundred acres, with good buildings. ALL FOR $3,000; on your own terms. R. E. BALDWIN, d&w 818 CHAPEL STREET. Building Lots. Gold Spring Street, per foot, $30.00 Just oft Whitney Avenue. , , State Street Lots, Suitable for Stores and Tenements. "buy of the owner." EDWARD M. CLARK, 42 Church Street, Room 205 o0 tf Evenings, 78. FOR EXCHANGE, FOR CITY PROPERTY, A two- family house, near steam and trol ley roaas, in west aven. For Sale, On Farren avenue, a new one-family house, with modern Improvements. Terms easy ana pnuu iow. Money to toan In sums to suit L. G. H0ADLEY, ROOM 2, HOADLEY BUILDING, CHURCH STREET. Olilce Open Evenings. 48 Modern Homes. I am erecting two more of those delightful up to date residences on Center St., West Haven. SEVEN SOLD. WILL YOU HAVE THE NEXT? Ready to occupy in about six weoks. These are the best houses I have built. In nil ways attractive. Location very de sirable. , . , Price right. Terms very easy If desired. To your advantage toexamlnethis property. vvvitniftTTIi1. R T.KWTS Mornings at 832 Chapel street, city; after noons at 82 Center St., West Haven. IT HAS COME! GREAT boom In Westvllle real estate. Many new houses to be erected. Beauty of location and rapid transit the cause. Competing electric lines place residents within fifteen minutes of city's center. Desirable iota tor aaie. U. C. PARDEE. Jal8 ti . ! Eountuia street. .VVcstYUle WLnnts, Ono Cent a Word each insertion. cents a Word for a full Week, seven times. COMPETENT girl for general housework; 1.. ftWi..u voujt umi uuai., Kweui8u or ermnu preferred. Call 2 3t No. 148 GRAND AVE. WANimn A SITUATION by a respectable girl to do fc.-iu.rui uouseworu; 111 a private lauiny: good reforenee. Inquire at -3 lt . 18 WILLIAM ST. VAwrTt MALLEY, NEELY & CO.' require experl- ..v- ...l Buffi-ra, ppiy ac onc-e. it SI w vuiuimnwii gin iu uo sei 01m work or general housework in a small VV vTJ iuiuh. Apply 221 L. G. This Office. SITUATION by a young Swedish girl to ....o i. uauv ur ui ugiii uouseworu; cim speak good English. Call at Q-2 lt 27 LEONARD ST. WANTED. SITUATION to do general housework; ref. creuce. lt 314 EAST ST. VVASTICn. SITUATION to help with housework and to uimj care 01 cnnuren. 022 lt ' 34 YORK ST. WANTED. SITUATION by good cook or housekeeping; 022 2t D This Office. WANTED. SITUATION for light housework; reference. 022 It 103 FERRY ST. WANTED. BY an elderly American woman, position no wui-uiiig uuuseiieeper or care OI mv&" lid. Inquire 022 lt 270 CROWN ST. WANTED. TO take in washing In private family. 022 It .470 CHAPEL ST., Room 8. ' YOUNG man for office work; about IT year ui txyyiy m own UttnUWrUUlg, 8tUt lug references, 022 It DRAWER 100." ' WANTED. SITUATION by competent girl for gen. erui uouseworu or cooKing in small pn vate family, city preferred. 021 2t 107 PORTSEA ST. WANTED. A YOUNG lady with limited experience de mrra pusuiuu as srenograpuer ana dook keeper; willing and accurate; moderate! salary; good references furnished. o21 2t Address M., Courier Office. ' wirH.r BEST Swedish and German servants are an Ja9 tf 775 CHAPEL S3 HHtscsIlawjejoriis. U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE, New London, Conn., Sept. 25, 1S97. Sealed proposals In trlnllcate for constructing breakwater nt Duck Island, Conn., will be received here until 12 o'clock, noon, Oct. 25, 1897, and) then publicly opened. Information fun nished on application: SMITH S. LEACH, major mngrs. sa zb a oat i New Haven First Mortgage Real Estate Loans FOR SAIiE. $1,100, 5 per cent $3,000, 6 per cent. 3,800, 5 per cent. 3,000, 6 per cent, 5,000, S per cent, l.iuu, o per ixuu 2,200, 6 per cent. 2,200, 6 per cent. Full particulars In regard to any lnnn furnished upon application. JOHN E. LOMAS, INVESTMENTS, FIRE INSURANCE and 817 Chapel Street 'g&UtnttJOtt. MECHANICAL DRAWING, AND MATHEMATICS. F. R. HONEY. 828 179 Church Street THE DESSAUER-TROOST WYK School of Music, 781 Chapel Street, The only comnlete Institution of this klnif In Connecticut. Vocal and Instrumental Instruction. Pupils prepared for the Mu sical department of Yale. Office hours: 12 to 1 ana 4 to 5 p. m. Mrs. and Miss Cady's School FOR GIRLS, 56 HUlhouse Avenue reopen Monday, October 4th. . Primary and Kindergarten Intermediate and Institute Departments. College Certificates. Choral Lessons. . Drawing. German (Natural Method). ESTABLISHED 1871. New Haven Conservatory of Music, 82 CHURCH STREET. E. A. PARSONS, Director. . Private instruction In ' Voice and Musical Theory. Flano, Organ, o4 am - LITCHFIELD ACADEMIC AND COMMERCIAL INSTIh TUTE. A Select Boarding School for Boys. Sen cratic Method; each pupil taught separately. All branches necessary to a complete! modern business education thoroughly! taught. For terms, rates, or other Information Prof. J. M. LEE, Principal, Litchfield, Conn. ' TESTIMONIAL : t "I have been acquainted with Prof. J. M. Lee for many years. He Is a very success, ful instructor, and has given great satis faction to all that have put themselves under his care as a teacher. I commend him as a gentleman, entitled to high con slderatlon. N. D. SPERRY, Congressman from 2d Dlst Conn. aul7 Sm Mr. Wm. Brookes DeGarmo of the Berkeley Lyconm, 19 and 21 W. 44th' street, New York, respectfully announces to the citizens of New Haven and vicinity, the students of Yale University and othee educational institutions, that his classes in Dancing and Deportment are now open at jjjj . VERU HALL. 156 and 158 ORANGE STREET, on T" Mondays and Saturdays. Afternoon at 4; Evenings at 7 o'clock. For further particulars, please call during class hours. 04 tf SELECT DANCIU O CLASSES. Aro now being formed for Beginners and Advanced Pupils. (Important to beginners) smull classes, assuring to Its members in dividual attention, is the principal feature at this academy. OPENING This whole week Is devoted exclusively in receiving callers, and those Interested in dancing whether Intending to Join or not are Invited to call and see tho finest dancing academy in the State. Oppn from 12 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. BOSTON DANCING ACADEMY, 918 Chapel street. G. FRANKLIN HOYT. Prln. o4 RELIABLE SCHOOL for DANCING, NOW OPEN FOR 1897-'9& AVuruer Hall. Chapel Street. Instruction either Prlvato or in Classes, imparted by C. FRANCIS MALONE. Office hours at hall from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m, and 3 to 8 p. m. DAYS AND HOURS FOR CLASSES: Friday, Oct. 8th, from 2:30 to 4, for iittl tots from 5 to 8 years old. 4:30 to 6, chil dren from 9 to 15. Evening, from 8 to 10, for young ladles and gentlemen. Note Thai above classes are only open to beginners. Advanced class for young misses and mas. ters will meet Mondays from 4:30 to 6:15. commencing Monday Oct. 11th. This class will be known as the Cottillon Class, the instruction to consist of new germau figures and new parlor dances. It is of utmost advantage, to poplls t register before .the tot lessons, L 21 lnj j