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VERU BICYCLE and RUBBER STORE.
156-158 ORANGE STREET.
BILLY'S YALE LEMONADES.
126 Park Street.
MOSES Buys Old Clothes and Pays the Best Price.
THAT SETTLES IT.
JULIUS NEGBAUR. MERCHANT TAILOR, 1058 Chapel Street,
New Haven, Conn.
HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & CO. A History of the United States for Schools. By JOHN FISKE. With Questions and Topics by F. Hill, late Master of the Cambridge High School. Copiously illustrated with Maps, Portraits,
12mo. $1.00 nel. Mr. Fiske's perfect mastery of the facts of American History and his genius for stating them make this a very admirable book for schools; and its fullness of information, charm of style, and wealth of maps make it peculiarly attractive to the general reader.
Continental History. A group of books covering important epochs in the history of several European nations, principally France and Italy. Including: France under the Regency. With a Review of the Administration
of Louis XIV. By James BRECK PERKINS. 2. The Eve of the French Revolution. By EDWARD J. LOWELL. 3. The First Napoleon: A Sketch, Political and Military. By John C.
Ropes. With Maps and Appendices. 4, 5. The Dawn of Italian Independence: Italy from the Congress of
Vienna, 1814, to the Fall of Venice, 1849. By William R. THAYER.
With maps. (In two volumes.) 6. The Reconstruction of Europe. A Sketch of the Diplomatic and
Military History of Continental Europe, from the Rise to the Fall of the Second French Empire. By HAROLD MURDOCK. With an In
troduction by John FISKE, and Maps. 6 Vols., crown 8vo. each $2.00; the set, cloth, in box, $12.00; half-calf, gilt
Riverside Reference Library. Five volumes containing a vast amount of information, clearly stated and in form convenient for reference. Including:
1. Bent's Familiar Short Sayings of Great Men.
3. Wheeler's Course of Empire.
5. Wheeler's Familiar Allusions.
5 Vols., crown 8vo, each $2.00; the set, cloth, in box, $10.00; half calf, $17.50.
Sold by all Booksellers. Sent, postpaid, by HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & CO., Boston.
Surgical Instruments, Trusses, Supporters,
Elastic Hose, Etc. 821 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn.
E. A. GESSNER.
Gymnasium Suits from $1.00 to $2.00.
Sweaters from $1.50 to $4.00.
Foot Ball Pants and Gym. Shoes, Etc.
LOEB'S, 803 Chapel Street. COXETER & SON,
, Importing Tailors,
12 CENTER STREET.
I promised Chloe I would never use tobacco more,
NEW HAVEN STEAM LAUNDRY,
137 High Street.
FREDERICK D. COBB, Prop'r.
EMPIRE DYEING AND CLEANING CO.,
1060 CHAPEL STREET. Students' Clothes Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed at Short Notice. GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED WHEN PROMISED.
WILLIS N. BUTRICKS,
CAMERAS, KODAKS, DRY PLATES,
And all Photographic Accessories. Plates and Kodak Films developed and finished for amateurs.
11 Center Street.
RICHMOND STRAIGHT CUT No. 1
on every package.
“Shall I brain him ?" cried the hazer,
And the victim's courage fled. "You cannot, it is a freshman ; Just hit him on the head."
- University Courier,
STUDENTS will find
(Opposite Osborn Hall), Very convenient for Boarders and Transient Guests. Catering for large and small parties. Private Dining Rooms, etc. CHOICE ICE CREAM AND ICES.
Call or address, J. W. STEWART, N. B. Superior Cuisine.
1018 Chapel St.
THE BURGESS FUR AND HAT CO.,
SOLE NEW HAVEN AGENTS FOR
Fall Styles now ready at
ny 49 and 1751 CHAPEL ST. Trunks, Dress Suit Cases, Umbrellas.
158 Elm Street, Opposite Gymnasium. Commutation Tickets for Pressing Sold Here, J. Weinburg, Cutter. Formerly with Parsons, Scallot, 5th Ave., N. Y.