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Cavanagh, Sanford & Co.,
, Merchant Tailors a Importers,
16 West 23rd St.,
Opposite 5th Ave. Hotel.
M. & D. FINKELSTEIN, THE NEW YORK
H. FINKELSTEIN, Props.
Manager. DYEING, SCOURING, CLEANING AND LAUNDRYING CO.
Office and Works: 33 Broad St., New Haven, Conn. Sufts or Overcoats Pressed and Cleaned,
.85 Long experience in this business gives us the facilities for doing our work in such a manner as to satisfy all our customers. Our charges are less than the ordinary prices for such work done as general repairing, dyeing, scouring and cleaning. Ladio, and Gont', Garmonts of ovory Dovoription, All our work done equal to new at short notice. Full satisfaction guaranteed.
At your request one of our Agents will call.
Fowne's “Gold Tan,”
$1.BO Fowne's «Cavendish,”
“ Welbeck” and Reindeer. ENGLISH COLLARS and CUFFS, and ENGLISH NECKWEAR,
From Welch, Margetson & Co.
Party and Reception Outfits a Specialty.
New Haven House Building. Sole agents for Noyes Bro.'s (Boston) Laundry—the best laundry in the country-HAND WORK and satisfaction guaranteed.
WE HAVE DONE
Tailoring for Yale Men since 1852.
I. KLEINER & SON, Co-op Tailors, .
, 707 and 709 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn.
FALL AND WINTER STYLES IN GENTLEMEN'S
RUSSET AND BLACK CALF SHOES
Are in stock.
Look over our assortment of
Men's Shoes Costing $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00. THE NEW HAVEN SHOE COMPANY.
CEMMILL, BURNHAM & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS OF
FINE READY MADE OLOTHING. 64, 66 and 68 ASYLUM STREET,
HARTFORD, CONN. Full Dress Suits for Rent.
The oriole sang its song before it died, and no one heard it.
But a flame colored feather fell from its breast to earth and was prized by a washerwoman's boy.-From "Life's Work," a Story in The Argus.
PAUL WEIL & SON,
758 Chapel Street, Have a variety of“ GOOD THINGS.”
Students' Shoe Works - Sporting Shoes a Specialty
(Successor to OTTO HINTZ,)
E. G. OAKLEY
CORNER TEMPLE AND CENTER STREETS.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.,
NEW York, 1062 and 1061 Chapel Street.
21 East Seventeenth Street
136 Wabash Avenue. PUBLISHER OF GENRE PHOTOGRAPHS IN
UNITED STATES AND EUROPE.
Pictures hung permanently in Art Galleries of Munich, Paris and London, 1894.
1887 1891 1892 1893
Y ALE MEN,
SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR
Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals
1006 Chapel Street, And have them delivered promptly at subscription rates. Hurd's Fine Stationery our specialty.
Visiting Cards Engraved.
Are cordially invited to step in and examine our stock of FINE WOOLENS AT LOW PRICES.
I. DE VITA,
FORMERLY CUTTER WITH JOHN MILES, LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S IMPORTING TAILOR, 1070 Chapel Street,
New Haven, Conn.
THE LEVI C. GILBERT CO.,
HICKORY WOOD. COAL FOR GRATES.
89 Church Street.
CAPS AND GOWNS
For Men and Women.
We are prepared to furnish Caps and Gowns of the highest quality, to Universities, Colleges and Schools throughout the United States, at surprisingly low prices. Self measurement forms, containing all necessary instructions to secure perfectly fitting garments without visiting the store, will be forwarded upon request. fer, however, to send a representative to take measurements for class orders.
STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER,
The largest exclusively Dry Goods house in America.
School, or Home.
A complete revision of the well known Unabridged. Though it is a new book it has been warmly commended by Judges of the U. S. Supreme Court, by every State Superintendent of Schools in office since its publication, by Eminent Authors, College Presidents, and Educators almost without number. It is recognized as Standard Authority by the U. S. Government Printing Office, and is the Standard to which nearly all Schoolbooks adhere.
mer The diacritical marks for indicating the sounds of letters
are so plain and intelligible as to be easily understood by all. “It is the One Great Standard Authority
the perfection of dictionaries;" go writes Justice Brewer of the United States Supreme Court, whó voices the general sentiment.
WEBSTER'S G. & C. Merriam Co., Publishers, Springfield, Mass., U.S. A.
DICTIONARY Send for free prospectus containing specimen pages, illustrations, etc.
Do not buy cheap photographic reprints of old Webster dictionaries.
THE CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Assets, $61,363,404.61. Surplus, $6,448,027.87.
Its members are its advocates and friends, and justly so, as they note the constant care of their interests, the steady increase in assets and surplus, the small expense ratios, the decreasing annual cost of their
insurances, and the prompt payment of every lawful claim. The company is purely mutual in its organization and control; its contracts are carried at the lowest practicable cost; and, with assets of $61,363,404, and a clear surplus, by the company's voluntarily assumed and extra high standard of solvency, of $6,448,027 behind them, they are absolutely certain of fulfillment.
JACOB L. GREENE, Prest.
EDWARD M, BUNCE, Sec.
DENISON B. TUCKER, General Agent. 70 OHUROH STREET,
NEW HAVEN, OONN.