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Slxgw - in .9 pg 81 mlix. :Qi QF? m ia, Sy '5 ' Lg-Q12 ' .. v - ' 9 3-I ' - P5-.-. al 1 .,A... - .4 5 x . -1 O -.1 47 gr' - rip :C jf' 1, 'Y' G 1 .ff us . A '. .- ' - x uf -. "' ' 0, . v - , I s I C9 lg U, 'P 5, S, ,L ul 5 A I, ' ' N Q LD K 5 " Q - 'L ' Q , . . ' ,, 419.3 v1 l Nfl 5: '11 N, I 'f' ,Q 6' , h Q, If . O 1 Q42 E D! Ng 'J :.., - A .. A Q X61 ,, 1, 1 V . A .. 5 f-: 5, , f x ct w ' x i' " '1 K. - ,V Q- -' o ' ' n Q X' Q, h 1 My 14-,Q 1, . .. ngg s 1 by Q, 7, L V A' - x I. ' J V "- . '. f- 1 Ig .45 ' sl , ., u . ,.. , r, -.Y Q Q ' 'Y Published by the Junior Glass 1878-79. 1 Erviuffotg Ualllegre., This College has no medical, law, divinity or other professional school or department connected with it, but is intended to give a Liberal Education, adapted to fit young men to enter most advantageously upon the study of the Learned Professions after graduation. By a Liberal Education is meant a non-professional education conducted without reference to any future particular profession, calling or special pursuit on the part of the student in question, and designed not to make men specially clergymen, lawyers, physicians, soldiers, merchants, or engineers, but so to train and educate the mental faculties as to put them into the must efficient condition, and to qualify a student to enter with success upon the study of any of the professions, or upon any other pursuit in life. Its course of study is similar to that pursued at Harvard, Yale, and other leading Colleges, but somewhat more conformed to that of Oxford and Cambridge. Those students, however, who wish to obtain simply the degree of Bachelor of Science can do so by taking the whole of the regular course except the Greek, and in addition certain prescribed scientific studies. Special students are also sometimes received, who are allowed to pursue their studies without reference to any degree. EXPENSES The annual expenses, exclusive of clothing and books, are from S250 to S450. . SCHOLARSHIPS There are numerous Scholarships that secure the remission of tuition, others the remission of all College charges, others which yield a pecuniary income varying from S60 to 8300. The Society for the Increase of the Ministry offers Scholarships yielding from S200 to 3300. The Church Scholarship Society makes loans, without interest, of S100 per annum. The doors of the College are shut against no deserving student for want of means. EXAMINATIONS FOR ADMXSSION These take place on NIONDAY and TUESDAY, JUNE 23 and 24, 1879, also on TUESDAY and XVI-ZDNESDAY, Ssrrrmmea 9 and Io. Commcnremenl is T hur.f11'ny, func 26, 1879. THE NEW BUILDINGS These buildings were commenced in the summer of 1875, and the west side of the great central Court was so far completed in 1878 as to allow of occupancy by the College at the opening of Christmas Term. They consist of a large Dormitory, and a Lecture-Room Building, including within it, also a Chapel Cabinet, Library and Dining I-lall, and have proved to be convenieht and well adapted for use. It is hoped that the libcrality of the friends of the College will emtble it to proceed with the erection of additional buildings at no distant c ay. CATALOGUES Catalogues and Examination Papers may be had on application to the Secretary of the Faculty, Prof. L. W. Richardson. For Scholarships and general information, application should be made to the President, Thomas Ruggles Pynchon, D.D. 2 lrvrfnwqxivjmffaju A 2 ul . 74 -L 1 TRINITY COLLEGE, HARTFORD GEMMILL, HUENHAN Mo., MERCHANT TAILORS 42 and 4:4 Asylum St. URDEE YUUPL SPTHNG SUIT UF THEM. STQCK OF SUITINGS WHICH FOR EXTENT NND VNRTETY CANNOT BE EQUNLLED. ALL csARM1aN'rs CUT IN THE NCDBBIEST STYLES, JTXND THE jiixssr FOSSIBLE TASTE JJSED IN TRIMMING We endeavor to give Perfect Satmsfactxon every tim C. - GEMMILL, BU RN HAM 81 CG. HARTFORD. 4 'Y T. STEELE gl SON, IMPORTERS AND JEWELERS, ESTABLISHED l836. 407 Main St., Hartford, Conn. LARGEST AND MOST ENTENSIVE ESTNELlSllllEN'l' QEOSTON EllCEl'TEDl IN NEW ENGLAND. Strangers visiting Hartford are cordially invited by Messrs. 'l'. S'l'liliI.E K SON to call at their store, where an extensive collection of artistic and costly goods may be leisurely examined, without incurring the slightest obligation to purclmse. 5 PHOTOGRAPHER, The Leader of all New and Modern Styles. HARTFORD. Art critics admit that the most artistic effects produced in this city are from Rodgers' Studio. 6 I KN' Qmmmrdl mf Egrdliitmzfsf, GEORGE KNEELANIJ, .'ll1111qgf1'14gf Eu'1'h1r. C. ISARROWS, NV. R. LEAKICN, W. I.. CROSBY, C. G. WILLIAN S 1 .sh.ut:xs:.a..i f r, G-Editorial. We take great pleasure in presenting to the undergraduates and friends of 'the College, the first IVY which has been published since our establishment in the new buildings. Our rooms are all we could desire, the buildings are the finest of the kind in this country, the view is beautifulg in short, we have -every thing which could combine to make us comfortable and contented during our college course. We have, this year, taken upon ourselves, at considerable trouble and expense, the task of making the IVY accord as much as possible with the beauty and novelty of our surroundings. To accomplish this purpose has been no small undertaking. As the first step toward this object we have discarded the old, time-honored cover, and have adopted one which is entirely new, both in material and design. Another innovation has been the replacing of the insignificant wood-cuts representing the editors, formerly placed in the front and back of the IVY, by cuts drawn on stone from photographs. In short, the whole appearance of the IVY has been materially changed flet us hope for the betterj, and it can now take a foremost position among the publications of other colleges. We trust to the class of '81 to follow in our footsteps, and to improve, if necessary, the IVY. Athletics appear to have taken a fresh start this year. The first spring meeting of the Athletic Association, held May 25, 1878, was a decided success. Several of the records then made surpass those ,of any other college in the country. Our Foot Ball eleven with very little practice played two very creditable games with Yale. 4 Base Ball prospects seem rather more favorable than usual. The Freshman Class has furnished an unusually large number of candidates for the nine. XVith plenty of practice, we hope the team will gain honor, both for the College and for themselves. We are glad to say that the Boat Club has finally succeeded in raising enough money to build the long-talked-of Boat-House. Since the erection of this building quite a number of students have purchased shells, and at the present time six men are in training for a four-oared race with the Hartford Rowing Club. During the first part of this term, the dissatisfaction which prevailed among the' undergraduates culminated, on and after Washington's Birthday, in a very serious revolt against the rights of the Faculty to enforce certain rules. The difficulties were finally amicably and satisfactorily adjusted, through the agency of Bishop Williams and the parents of many of the students. ' It is with deep sorrow for our loss that we are called upon to express the feelings of the class in mourning the death of our beloved classmate, EDXVARD INGERSOLI. WYXRREN. By his kindness and affability, he rendered himself dear to all during the few months that he was with us. In his death we have to piourp the loss of a true Christian, an earnest student, and a faithful and dear rienc . Hoping that due allowance will be made for all shortcomings, we entrust the future care of the IVY to the class of '81, feeling sure that they will prove themselves not unworthy of such a tntst. '8o. 9 CONTENTS. College Calendar. ........... . Trinity College Faculty, etc .... Students by Classes. ......... . Course of Instruction ..... Secret Societies ........ Literary Societies ..... Tablet Editors. .... . Library ................... Missionary Society .... ....... Miscellaneous Organizations.. . . Athletic Association .......... Base Ball Association.. . . . Boat Club ............. Foot-Ball Association.. . . . Tennis Club ........... Musical Organizations.. . . . Lemon Squeezer ......... Dining Hall Committee .... Miscellany .............. Card Clubs, etc ..... In Memoriam .... Chapel. .......... .... . Honors ....................... Degrees Conferred in 1878. ............. . College Marshals since 1836 ...-........... Vzgledictorians and Salutatorians since 1829. . . Class-Day Appointments for I879 .......... Cut ............................. Advertisements . . . . . . I0 . .--wha .-.. ,--. PAGES. .. II .. I3 .. I6 .. 24 .. 27 -- 44 .. 47 .. 48 -- 49 .. 50 .. 54 .. 58 .. 61 .. 63 .. 64 .. 65 .. 72 -- 75 .. 76 .. QI -- 94 .. Q5 .. 96 .. 97 -- 99 .... IOO .... IO2 .. 103 .. 105 an I , ll gy 17 Maidens aieadax. .-.......0..T 1879. Jan. Saturday. Trinity Term begins. Feb. Saturday. Washington'sl Birthday. Prize Version Appointments published. Oratorica Prize Contest. " Wednesday. Ash Wednesday. March Saturday. Freshman Algebra Prize Examination. " Tuesday. Junior Standing published. April Friday. Good Friday. " Friday. Easter Recess begins. May Monziay. Easter Recess ends. Chemical Prize Essays handed in. " Tuesday. Latin Prize Translations handed in. " Wednesday. Tuttle and Jackson Prize Essays handed in. ' Thursday. Sophomore Greek Prize Examination. ' Friday. Freshman Geometry Prize Examination. ' Tuesday. Pascal-Fenelon Prize Examination. ' Wednesday. Prize Version Declamations. " Thursday. Ascension Day. June Wednesday. Senior Examinations. ' ' Thursday. ' ' " ll ll ll Saturday. " Sunday. Trinity Sunday. ' Monday, Senior Examinations. ' Tuesday. " " ' Thursday. Annual Examinations. Senior Examinations for Honors. Senior Standing published. ' Friday. Annual Examinations. Senior Examinations for Honors. ' Saturday. Annual Examinations. ' Monday. " " ' Tuesday. " " ' W ednesda 11. ' ' ' ' ' T hursday. Class-Day. Award of Prizes. ' Friday. Examinations for Honors. ' Saturday. " " " Sunday. Baccalaureate Sermon. ' ' I I 1 I X Q I II Es.i..4.aL.a.s....e. 31.3. ,. june Al Sept. u H Nov. Dec. Mozzday. Examinations for Admission. Tllcszlay. " " - Wedzmdny. Annual Meetings of the Corporation and of the House of Convocation. T hurszhzy. Commencement-Day. Trinity Vacation begins. T11e.rday, Examinations for Admission. Wfdmnrday. " ' ' Thur.m'ay. Christmas Term begins. Saiurdzzy. All Saints' Day. Fr1'a'ny. English Literature Prize Examination. Saturday. Christmas Vacation begins. uv 17 12 ll' ,ll Qy 'Y THE Tun 'l nr. 'l Hr Tm- Tm- Tm- Rm Rrv R1 X Rm REX Rav Rav 2 xfcnmwlg Qimllege 1 879 SENATUS ACADEMICUS VISITORS Tm: CHANCELLOR Mlddletown Conn HORATIO POT'1 ER D D LL D D C L NewXorkCxty THOMAS M CI ARK D D LLD Providence P I HENRY ADAMS NFELY DD Portlind Me WILLIAM H A BISSELL D D Burlmgton Vt XVII LIAM WOODRUFI' NILES D D Concord N H BENJAMIN HENRY PADDOQR DD Boston Mass CORPORATION CHANCELLOR THE RT R1-:v JOHN WILLIAMS D D L L D ex ojino Presxdent THE RFV Tm: PRESIDENT of the College THOMAS THE REV THE REV THE HON Tm-: HoN BELKNAP Fsq Hartford Conn WILLIAM COOPER MEAD DD LI D Norwalk Conn E EDWARDS BEARDSLEY D D LL D New Haven Conn WILLIAM EDMOND CURTIS LL D New York Crty HENRY JOEL SCUDDER M A New York Cnty THE REV GEORGE H CLARK D D Hartford Conn GEORGE M BARTHOLOMEW Esq Hartford Conn WILLIAM C PETERS M A Boston Mass RICHARD W H JARVIS M A Hartford Conn I y ir 1 6 6 V . ' 4 l RT. '. 1 , ' , . A' RT. .. ' , . ., . ., . . ., ' - ' '. 'A ' RT. ax . J , . ,, . ., ' ,x. . ' 1 R'r. - '. , ', . ., . , . : RT. '. . . . , . ., ' , . : RT. ' . . ' ', . ., ' ' , . . Tm: RT. Rxav. JOHN BARRETT KERFOOT. D,D., LL.D.,Pirtsburgh,Pa : RT. ' . ' ' ' ', . ., ' , . . - . , . ., . . ., ' - , . ., , . ' ' I n ,y Q n, y ' , . ., . . . , . ., , . . , ., , . . , . ., , . ' ' wr .. 1 3 CHARLESJ HOADLY M A Hartford Conn CHARLES H NORTHAM Fsq Hartford Conn THE HON JAMES E ENGLISH M A New Haven Conn GEORGE BEACH Esq Hartford Conn THE RT Rrv BENJAMIN H PADDOCK D D Boston Mwss THlf REV GEORGE S MALLORY D D New York Clty THF How DWIGHT W PARDEE M A Hartford Conn CHARLES E GRAVES M A Seerotarj amz' lamsurtr New Haven Conn THF RI' REV WILI IAM W NILES DD Concord N H THE REV SANFORD J HORTON D D Cheshire Conn FACULTY THE REV THOMAS R PYNCHON D D LL D PRESIDEN1 and Hobart Prof2ssor of fllora! Plzzlosophy Seabuzj Professor of Mztltrnl Phzlosophy and Astronomy THF RFV EDWIN E JOHNSON M A Brownell Pro essor of Rhetoru' and of the Eno lzsh Language and Lzfemfme THF RFV SAMUEL HART M A Pro essor of Pure Illathomatzos GEORGE O HOLBROOKE M A Professor of the Latm Language and Lzterature LEONARD WOODS RICHARDSON M A Professor qf the Moderrt Languages and Secretary JAMES D SMYTH M A Asszstant Professor of Greek m charge o the Deymztmeut H CARRINGTON BOLTON MA PHD Soovzl! Professor o Clromzstry ami .Natural Sozenoe THE REV JOHN HUMPHREY BARBOUR M A Instructor m .Matlzematzfs THE RT REV JOHN WILLIAMS DD , LL D Lecturer on H1Jf07jl THE REV SAMUELJ ANDREWS MA Instructor zn Intellectual Philosophy GEORGE C SHATTUCK M A M D Professor of the Instztutes of Medzczne WILLIAM A. M. WAINWRIGHT, M A , M.D., Professor of Anatomy and Physzology I JOHN BROCKLESBY, LL.D., f. ' 4 fr ' ' . . f A ' - . , . , f I i . f . . u A L , ' ' 4 L 1 I I4 - I I WILLIAM HAMERSLEY M A Lcdufcr an Law DUNCAN L STEWART LL D Pro an-or Elllfllfllf of the Greek and Latin Languagg es and Lzteratufe The stated meetmss of the Faculty are held every Tuesday mornmg at eleven o clock BOARD OF FELLOWS FELLOWS The Rev Gro MORGAN HILLS D D XVILLIAM HANIP RSI EY M A e ev JANIES L Sc.oT1 M A The Hon WILLIANI E CURIIS LL D The Rev SANFORDJ Hoxvrov D D JUNIOR FELLOWS The Rev TRANKS HARRADEN M ROBERTF BIYIIY MA LUKEA Lockwoon M A The Rev WILLIALIB BUFKINGI-IAM BA VVILLIAME PECR MA The Rev G M FISK M A OFFICERS OF CONVOCATION DEAN The Rev GEORGE MORGAN HILLS D D SUB DEAN The Rev JAMES S PURDY D D REGISTRAR The Rev LouIs FRENCH M A BURSAR EDWARD M SCUDDER B A STANDING COMMITTEE JOHN BROCKLESBY, LLD The Rev JOHN J McCooIc MA The Rev. SAMUEL HART, M.A. I 15 ll ' i an 17 17 l ' 'I f .' . .. ' I- ' , .- . - Y . I . . . 1 . , . . Th R . . . ' ', . . The Rev. HENRY OLMSTEAD, D.D. . ' . A, . . . ' . f , .Af . . . , . . . . . , . . . , . . . ' I , . . .Q 1 , Q 4 I A 5 U I Svhzfisnzks. SENIOR CLASS. T-L 5 2-.. , , 5-mx 3 ...QF ' ji A,,- V-A Q, 52:1 3 Q, 2 g,f'1W Qfg- I -i f fff'-57, A 5:zr?fi' f' -. ' ,, 1 4 if 4. " 'Q F G:-2 X ul 1 . Q- 'A 4 ' ' iW 4' Class Color-Navy Blue. OFFICERS CHRISTMAS TERM. TRINITY TERM. Pm-idmf, W. E. HPOTWINE. S. G. FISHER. Vice-Pm-z'dmt, A. HARDING. ORR BUF!-'INGTON Secretary, H. S. MARTINDALE. Trmkurer, J. S. CARPENTER. 'Cm-anieler, R. L. WINKLEY. Capt. of Class Base Ball Nine, M. K. BAILEY. J. S. CARPENTER. I 16 X NAME Melvulle Knox Barley "'W1ll1am Spear Bredm Orr Buflington 'James Innes Hayes Cameron James btratton Carpenter 'George Munson Curtxs W1ll1am N1cl1olson Elbert Sydney George Flsher Wxllmm Freeman French 'Henry Joseph Busch 'l'W'1lter Calvm Hngar Alfred Ilarclmg 'kTl1Oll11S Alexander Hyde mwllllim Eclw'1rcl Hyde Henry Stu'1rt M'1rt1nda1e "Arthur Eugene Pmttrson NV1ll1'1m Edward Potwxne I rank N21lll'1l1 Shelton "'Alpheus Henry Snow Benyunm 'Stark Jr 'VI ouls Du Pont Syle 'Uoseph Mosgrove Truby, Lorm Webster Frederxck Wyndham Whlte Dav1d Buchmnan Wxllson Robert Lefavour Wmkley R FS IDENCF Aochdale Mar: Butler Pa Kzilalzfzzfzg Pa Bro0l0u N Y Pollwzllt Pa W'c.rl Jlltrzdcn Cl I hzlna' .Qfhm Iwzlarftlalzza Pa Namfon Cl Louuwllc I1 y Salem Mas: Brookluz N Y In uruzce Marr Lawrence lllaxs Aorhcrter N Y Belhll Ct Norlh Hauer: Cl Lnrihage landing N Y ROOM I S 22 2 I J I0 O 33 26 IO I IS Haayozzl Ci 86 BllClxll'lLl1"ll'Il St 1Vew Lonrlon Cf I Balhmon D:-l 697 Asylum Ave lxzllammztg Pa 61 I lVe.rtSjmn3,1felzl N If 45 AL IL Fmnllm Pa I 9 Lancasfcr Pa llfuburn Alas: I STUDENTS IN SIECIAI COURSILS 'Fredenck W Chrtpln Hhclford R 85 Buckmgham 'V Fhomas Brownell Chnpman Ilarlfonl Ct 'George Aspmwall Hazlchurst Phzladeybhm NV1nF1eld Scott Moody Ir Norwalk Cl H H TH Al Pl ABBREVIATIONS Jarvls Hall Sembury H111 Trxmty Hall Allen Plane Vernon Street P 85 Buckmgham St 3011-I 'FORMER nxmanns Tnncznsnu ll t I Al 1' If I7 1 1 ' ', ' , - 7-H " ', , . 1.11 , A ' ', . 81.1-1 , ff, . . 11.11 K' , '-, . 51.14 ' '1 " 1 - 44'-H " ' , " 1- F.,Pa. 1.11 . 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V1eePre.ru1'enl II C BLAt.h Seerelary R BARCIAY Treaxurer M S'1ONl- Clzromcler B B GAILAUDPI NAM!-' Edward Dale Appleton Robert Barclay John Chester Barrows 'Charles Marvm Belden Lawson Brewster Bidwell Harry Campbell Black "'W1llxam Spear Bredm "Arthur Wllllams Burroughs 'Clarence Clement Cook Wllllam Logan Crosby Francns Randolph Curtrs 'George Munson Curtxs "'W1ll1am Stanley Emery, Davxd Law Flemmg, 'Carlyle Graves French, OFFICERS TRIN1 PY TERM L B BIDWELI G VS BFACH S S'roNr O HoLwAY RFSIDFNCF Clzflon S I .Sl Lam: Illn llmzlmglan I I Wzllorz Ct Hdfffdfli Wzllnmupozl P11 Butler Pa Long flzl! Cf Castleton VI La Crane Wu Nefu York C101 Wes! Mefzd n Ct Dorrherler, Alam Pzftsburglz Pa Augurla, Jkle. B B GALLAUDET ROOM I 24 I2 T 38 Chestnut 9 78 Hugh 2 44 4 I 4OjH ll I ll ll I8 'Y S Bern Budd Gallaudet 'George Edward Gardner Thomas Mordurt Nelson George Orlando Holway George Kneeland Louls Albert Ianpher Wxlham Rrdgley I eaken Henry Clarence Loverldge 'Henry MeBrlde 'Lyman Herbert Vlerrnll Hoffman Nlrller Rlcharcl Henry Nelson "'W11l1'1m 'lhomas Ruhr Frederxck Grenulle Russell Morton Stone btewart Stone Edward Ingersoll Warren 'Byron Fenn Wrlcox Frank Langdon Vhlcox Frederick Peek Wllcox Coleman Gandy Wllhams, "'Freder1ck Augustus Woodworth Nero Ymk C10 Iiarlmlamirporl fllarzelln G La Crosse W'u Nuw Yazk C10 llloulzullt Cf Ballumm 1 Cahlwaler Illlrh Logan Ulah Auguxla Alt New Yuri C10 Afew York C111 Corzfallu' Oregon Hazzfforrl PhzladeQhm la Phzladeqbhza 1 a Troy N Y 2 2 2 20 45 Al 2 r 32 25 C'1p1to1 Ave 2 j I Hartford Com: 351 Capltol Ave Berlm Lt A7220 York C10 Nero Ywl CIUI San Frmmrro G11 sTUDFN1s IIN SIFCIAL COURSES George Watson Beach HdfU'07!f ellmgton james Rodgers, Harqforr! "' ohn Frederick Nltschke lxalamazou Jllzrl 0 'FORMER MEMBERS hancansan ll I ' ll 'V 17 I9 I I . I I I I I I Y . -- ' f. 9 J. H. , , N. Y. 3 J. H. ' - - . - ' . a. 38 J. H. r ' 1 A 4 7 J. H. . ' " ' '. 2 J. H. . -' 1 I . lp - . Pl. ' ' ' 1 ' , ' --, JH. 41.11. l ' 5 - . ' ' . 7 J, H ' . , . J. II A ' . , -. 8 T. H. 0 1 , ' ' 9 J. H , ' 4 J. H Theodore Mount Peck, xllarblerhllu, Cl. 31 j. ll -' . ' ' , ' . 21. ll ' - , ' ' , ' . . 1 'r -' , , . . -l . ' P ' ' - '- 31. H ' ' ' , ' ' ' f. 3 J. H 5 ' ' " ' 9 J. H ' , ' . . 6 'r. H '. . , - . 1 J. H J ' I ' . ' , ' 1- 5 J- H .N SOPHOMORE CLASS Q f N lllixb t M j f when H 'M A U V E QW nk 4 Clase Color Canafy and Red OFFICERS CHRISTMAS FLRIII Preszdeni H C LURTISS Vue Preszdent E A K1-NIIE Seerefmy G B PAPIISON Treasurer W D BIDWYII Clmmzcler W B NFLSON NANIE Walter Davxdson Brdwell Charles Smrth Cook Harlow Clarke Curtlss Wxlham Trmothy Elmer Charles Wrlght Freeland Alfred Poole Grmt George Sumner Huntmgton Charles Wanng Jones, Ernest August Kempe, TRINITY TERM W T Emma E Perucrxs P GRIN1 H CARPENTER W FREELAND RESIDENCE Ilrzrzfford Yanlton Agency D T Bzefala N Y Mafzetla Ga Savannah Ga Hzadsan C191 N f Stamford Pztlsburglz, Pa. Red Wang, Mann. ROOM 38 Chestnut 6 3 4 I 281 271 St H H ll I ' ll If 20 'Y Q l A 5 . M.. U, ,. ,X -. N . f N5 "N -'J Auf' Ni :a5fLe,,.,f? 5? " " .11 , ' ,-, ,Says-rl 7 'f' f " ., QQ: v3S,.,.izgf-llkgi b J V. N .1 ,n f H- ' ' ,-lj" 7. W. b :- A I ,f w r " ' l W W rx, it X, . sf-A-,, ef 8 , A nl N .. if , . O ." ' H1 J- I Sify - n ,v A if JI X " I 4 'ta - JL. ,Q 3 8 ' C I , . . Y . . . A . ' I , . . Z. ' . xG. . r' . , . . ' . A. . ' '. , . . 1. .. R. . . ' ' , . . . C. . . A a A Q I . . , . ' , V ' , . . 38 J. H U v 1 - ' 3 J' H , , . 8 J. H ' , , - 37 J- H ' , , - - 31- H ' . - 9 J- H Alexander Taylor Mason Frank Ebenezer Miller William Beebee Nelson Edward Pearson Newton James,Russell Parsons Jr. George Endicott Perkins Swen Albin Swenson Louis Cope Washburne Richard Allyn XY hite Herbert Wilmerding Boston Mas: llarlford. New York Cilj Braokbm N. . ilooxar Falls IV. . Af New York Ciba Broallm N. Y. A .vhlaml Pa. Ilarlford. lfarlfard. 29 J 26 Morgan I II 45 Al. 45 Al. 123 Main H St Pl Pl St STUDENTS IN SPECIAL COURSE Richard Howell Carpenter Pal1.vw'lle Pa. Arthur Woodruff Cowles Ihrlfomi 152 Wethersfield Ave Adolphus NVi1liam Reineman Allqghmy Cigv Pa. 42 J. H S. 45 Al. Pl ll ' ' lg 17 yy 21 an ' I an 1 1 ' v , ', I j H ' , , Y 9 J H , , , Y J H George Bradley Pattison, Haoxac Falls, Y II J Il , ' ' 8 J H ' v ' ' i 4J H 7 9 I FRESI-IMAN CLASS sol? H- I I I Y Q2 ,K -. , V? q, r?.:.3geffssgfl or if gf?" 2 0Q""ili' l il Jill 5' Clare Color-Crimson and Blade. OFFICERS. CHRIS TIWA S YERMZ TRINITY TERIII. 111-eridmt, J. I-I. MCCRACKAN. C. CARPENTER. Vice Pre.rz'dm!, W. C. SHELDON, Jr. A. M. YOUNG. Seerelary, C. A. APPLETON. R. T. REINEMAN. Tn'a.mrer, N. W. MCIVOR. G. D. HOWELL. Chrouieler, A. P. BURGWIN. F. P. MARBLE. NAME. RESIDENCE. ROOM. Franklin Bache Adkins, Easlou, Mzl. 31 J. H Charles Adams Appleton, New York Cizjf. 6 J. H Clarence Ernest Ball, PViu.r!cd, Cl. 73 Edwards St Richard Vernam Barto, Trzmzau.vb1zrgh, N. YY 36 J. H John Augustine Benedict, Cfneimmli, 0. 60 V. S Judson Baldwin Brainerd, Porlland, Ct. I2 J. H Seabury Doane Brewer, Utica, N. K -- Augustus Phillips Burgwin, Piilrburgfh, Pa. I8 S. H Charles Edward Caldwell, Cineinmzti, O. 45 Al. Pl. Clarence Carpenter, Deirait, Illieh. 45 Al. Pl. Bernard Moore Carter, Baltimore, Md. 32 J. H. Charles Henry Carter, Ballimore, Md. 32 J. H. Frank Henry Church, Toledo, O. 60 V. S. Charles Silas Coleman, New York Cigv. I7 S. H. Charles Goodrich de Forest, Jr., New York Ciqy. 5 J. H. Frederick Clement Gowen, Phi1ade4ohz'a,Pa. I8 J. H. Fred Holbrook Greene, Franklin, Marr. 34 J. H. Charles Anderson Hamilton, Uniorwille, Conn. 43 Al. Pl. Ernest Flagg Henderson, New York Ciba 6 J. H. Seaver Milton Holden, Bridgeport, Cl. 43 J. H. I I I I I 1 Y 22 Charlee Erlmg Hotchkxss, George Dawson Howell Arthur Beach Lmsley Frederlck Parker Marble John Henry McCrack'1n 'NI1chol'1s XVlll1'1ms Mclvor Hmrrold Henry P'1rks Edward Immes Poo ey Robert Theodore 1lCll'lCIl'l"l.ll Wlllrun C,1'ux fond Sheldon jx Pelham Wxllmms SlllPITl'U'l 'lmes Remsen Strong Wxllmm Dundas Wmlker XV1ll1am XV'1lter Webb Edwwrd Haynes Woodruff Andrew Murmy X onng Gmwez m nr Uuzonlown Pa lVzn:!a'd C! Nezvtown Broolzljw N Y Chcraw S C GI Banuztgion Alas: Cheshue Ct Allvghuzej C101 Pa Bioolbn N Y Afew York C2411 NL-futon L I 570016171 N Y Phzladeqbkza Pa flIll7jl.f'Z!lflE, Cal 1Vuzu York Czgf 6ov 1 6ov 18s 18 42 24 4 44 I I2 ll l ' ll 'Y If 23 I . , ' ,N. Y. - , ' , . 3 J. . ' , ' ' , . 381. ' ' . , , Cl. 'm , , . . .'. 1 ' - ' '- ' - , - - 35 J- . . - , . f , . J. . . l , ", '. -1 ' . , - f ' , . J. William Clarence Richardson, Aubnm, N. Y. 40 J. ' '. ' - .' , '., ' 'f, . . SJ. J- ' -' Y , - - 4 J- ' '. . - , ' ' , . . J. ' . I ' Y 1 H I 1 ' 5 J' . .- , ' . 51. I ' ' , , ' . J' ll , ' ll 1' 17 113511555 mf Qustwrctfrmr FRESHMAN CLASS oi CHRISTMAS TERM Greek Xenophon Herodotus Lucmn fBo1ses Selectlons Greek Moods 'md Tenses Exercises m Wfltlng Greek Hxstory of Greece Latm Clcero De Senectute Lwy Book I Allen and Greenoughs Grammwr Latin P1ose1Abbo0 Ivlrzthematzcx Algebra from the end of QU1dT1tlCS LOOIIIISS Treatlsej Englzsh Study of Words QTrench Wrltten Trmslatlons from Greek 'md L'1t1n Authors 'md Exelclses nn C0lll1JOSltl0l'l Mzlzzral Ilutarg An1m'1l Physiology Zoology fbarpenterj TRINITY TERM Gus! Lysms agmmst Ermtosthenes or for M1lltlthellG Homer Odyssey Book Ik or XI Greek Moods 'md Tenses Greek Composxtlon Grote s Hlstory the Persmn Wars Lalzu Lwy BookV Horace Odes and Epodes Grammar Lwtm Prose fAbbotj Roman Antxqultles R'1ms'1yj Malhefzzatzrs Geometry QChauvcnetj Plane Trlgonometny and Men suratlon Loomxsj I ectures on the Hlstory of M1lhClll1tlC5 English Synonymes Englxslx Past and Present Trench KN rltten Translatlons and Composmons SOPHOMORE CLASS CHRISTMAS TERM I Greek Plato selectuons from the Phaedo the Apology and the Crlto Thucydldes part of Book I 2 Lam: Hlstory of the Roman Republic fL1ddelD 3 Mathenzahcx Surveymg Navxgatlon Spherlcal Trlgonometry and Ana lytxcal Geometry QLOOIIIISJ ' ' F 'f. " ,' 9- - e l - ' v - I. . , . . . . h .K . : , I ,' . ' . . . . ', . ' . . ... 4 D' Y. , , . 101 . : ' , ', .. .' . .y . . - li , I ll 'V ir 24 Englzsh Structure 'md Analysts of the Enghsh Lnngumge Themes 'md EYCYCISCS ln Composltlon Fnnch fF1rst DIVISIOII Gr'1mm'xr Cl'l"l.l'dEl1'1lS Advanced Exercises Les Prosmteurs Francus Rochej D1ct'1t1on Second DINISIOPI Grmmnnr Les Proswteurs Francais tRoche TRINITY TERM Cnc! Demosthenes Tlurd Olyntlxmc 'mnd p'1rt of the O!"1llOl1 on the Crow n The Clouds 0f!Xl'lSl2OPl1"ll1CS Lectures on the Illsloxy of the Greek Language and Lxterftture lain: lIor'1ce Scttnes and Eplstles EXOICISLS 111 wrltmg L'rt1n Lectures on the I-Ilstory of the Roman Emplre lllfzthtzxznlzrs and Abzlural Phzlorophy An'1lytxc'1l Geometry of Two and of Fhree IJIIIICIISIOIIS Meclmmcs fPeck or Toclhuntu J 1' ng Izrh mm' Rhelorzc IUICIOFIC fWh'1te1yJ Themes 'md Exercxses 111 COI't1l70S1llOl'l Dench First DXXISIOI1 Les Prosmteurs Ir'1ng'us fRoche L1 Ion C0lIlL,lllC R1Cll1C Molxere TI"tllSl"tl1lOI1 of French Prose 'tt slght Lectures on French Llf6!"1.tl.ll'C Second DIVISION Ch'1rden'1ls Adv'1nced Ewcerclses Ies Prosftteurs I'r'mg'us tllochej Iyrlc Poetry KMIXCTS M1l1ll'IlJ Ie Mlsanthxope UNIOIICFCJ DlCl'tll0ll I ectures on brench L1ter'1tu1e JUNIOR CLASS CHRISTMAS TERM Gm! Prometheus Vmctus of Aeschylus HlStOTy of Greek Oratory and Dr1m'1 Lain: T1ClfuS Anmls Extemporalla Translations flom Englxsh Authors Natural Phzlamphg Hyclrostatncs, Pneumatlcs Acoustxcs and Optncs fAIkll1SOD s Ganot Experiments and Lectures Englzsk Anglo Saxon Engllsh Llterature and l' anguage fCra,1kj Lec tures on the Teutonlc Languages Themes German fF1rst DlVlSl0l'l Grammar Lessmgs Mmna von Barnhelm DlCt8tlOn Second D1v1s1on Grammmr Elgensmn fBened1xQ Emer muss helrathen fW1lhelm1 Hzrtory Lectures on the Hlstory of England Oralory Orlgmal Oratlons and Extemporaneous DISCUSSIONS TRINITY TERM Greek Antlgone of Sophocles Electra or Oedlpus Tyrannus of Soph ocles Lectures on the Greek Drama and Lrterature. ' an 25 IV I ll if ' 0 1 ' l 6 K c l l A K 5 . I - .' I ' ' - . . ' , ' ' K ' tnine's Fables. Selections from the Lyric Poets. Selections from ' " , A . , l . 1 fe l 4 1 S' . . - l 6 1 4 K t.- . 4 ' V . 1 I K 1 4. ' l n L 1 .1 . i . K - n -.-Oi A . I. . . ' . , l l q 1 1 D. gxngfsw C Qliffirii . I I . I I 1 Y 2. Latin. Juvenal: Satires. Terence: Adelphi. Lectures on the History of Roman Literature. 3. Natural Philorophy and Astronomy. Electricity and Magnetism QAtkin- son's Ganotj. Loomis's Meteorology and Lectures. Snell's Olmsted's Astronomy and Lectures. 4. English. English Literature and Language fCraikj. English Philology. Readings in Early English. Lectures on American Literature. Themes. 5. German. I:First Division.j Selections from Modern Prose Authors. Lyric Poetry. Passages from the Nibelungenlied. Translation of easy German prose at sight. Lectures on German Literature. fSecond Divisionfl Lessing's Minna von Barnhelm. Selections from Modern Prose Authors. Lyric Poetry. Lectures on German Literature. 6. flislory. Lectures on the History of the United States. 7. Orarorjf. Original Orations and Extemporaneous Discussions. SENIOR CLASS . iow- CHRISTMAS TERM. I. 1lIe!ophy.ric.fandLog-ic. Bowen's Hamilton. Recitations and Lectures. Jevon's Logic. 2. Pol1'lica! Scicnce. Political Economy fBowenj. 3. Nalzcral Science. Vegetable Physiology and Botany fCarpenterj. Chem- ical Physics: Heat, Light and Electricity fPynchonJ. Lectures and ' Experiments. 4. Englzlrh. English History as illustrated by Shakespeare. Themes, in- cluding one Critique. 5. Historjf. Lectures on Ancient History. 6. Oralory. Original Orations and Extemporaneous Speaking. TRINITY TERM. I. Moral Philosophy. Butler's Ethical Sermons. Butler's Analogy. VVay- land's Moral Science. 2. Natural Scicucc. Chemistry: Inorganic fMillerj and Organic fLecturesJ. Lectures on the History of Chemistry. Mineralogy fDanaJ. Geology fLe Contej. ' 3. English. Critical Study of Shakespeare. Themes, including Metrical Composition. 4. Hirloay. Lectures on the History of the Holy Roman Empire. ' 5. Oralory. Original Orations and Extemporaneous Speaking. 6. Analomy andPhy.rio1ogy. Lectures. 7. Law. Lectures on the Constitution of the United States. Note.--The classes are divided into sections in those studies in which it is found desirable to make this arrangement in order to secure thoroughness of instruction. I I I ' I I I Y 1 Y 26 gefrzmeil: Smcsimsubifes., ARRANGED IN THE ORDER OF THEIR ESTABLISHMENT. 7 M H C9 wi I , "yfQ 1829 28 l 0 0 0 . ,, L 'H X ll' ff A N XXSX WWI !!! . Qi 1 X 11 M V: if X' ugfywy, , ex bf? PP V1 N 'M' M 'W' nn ,45 I , ,D f -N --K -.- - IL.m3lIl9'!' C '79, JAMES STRATTON CARPENTER. '8O. ROBERT BARCLAY, GEORGE WATSON BEACH, BERN BUDD GALLAUDET, VVILLIAIVI RIDGELY LEAKEN, 1 n----- 1 ---- 1 --"' 1 THEODORE MOUNT PECK, 'EDWARD INGERSOLL WARREN, FREDERICK AUGUSTUS QXVOODWORTH '81 RICHARD HOWELL CARPENTER, CHARLES HENRY I-IARDEE, ALEXANDER TAYLOR MASON, WILLIAM BEEBEE NELSON, LOUIS COPE WASI-IBURNE, RICHARD ALLEN WHITE. '82. CHARLES EDWARD CALDWELL, FREDERICK CLEMENT GOWEN, CHARLES ERLING IIOTCIIKISS, FREDERICK PARKER MARBLE, HARROLD HENRY PARKS, PELHAM WILLIAMS SHIPMAN, XVILLIAM WALTER WEBB, ' nscusno 29 ll 1 K GRADUATE MEMBERS Abbott C W Abbott J P 49 Adams G Z 39 'Adams J R 49 Allen, E T 41 ,kAhlSt3.klJ' 37 'Backus C A 52 Bacon J W 46 Bakewell J 59 Barbour J H Bartlet H P 72 Bayard W H 'Bayley J' R Belden N M 'Benton M F 58 Bond J 40 Bondurant W E 63 'Bralnerd N L 43 Brander H M 45 'Brandt L 49 Brewer W L 38 Brmley E H 49 Brmley P Brocklesby A 70 Brocklesby J H 5 Brocklesby W C 69 'Buchanan 53 Bull W M 39 'Butler M N 44 Chapm D D 56 Chnpm W M Chapman C R CMPP F ss Clark E S 65 Clarke R M 45 Clement P W 68 Coggeshall G A 65 Cogswell W S 61 'Comstoek J C 38 Conyngham C M 59 Cossltt P S 45 Cowlmg R O 61 Curtrs W E 43 Daves G S7 Davles W G 60 "'DeForrest G A 55 'DeLancy T J 40 Del ano F R 65 DeZeng E 40 'Duck J M 54 Dmckson L L 'Dorsey W H I SQ Downes L T 48 Drlggs T I 48 'Dyer A 70 Erwin J B 76 Erwm R G 74 'Paxon E 47 'Ferrlll W C 78 Foote I 42 'Franklin C 'Gadsden E 0 'Gadsden A 0 Gallaudet 'Gardner G 65 'Gordon O K 58 Graves C E 50 Graves G 49 Gray J W 72 'Hale C F 47 Hale C S 62 Halsey A 37 "1-Iamxlton H C 51 'Harms T L 4I Hasell B D 4Q 'Hasell L Hawley F M 61 Hazlehurst G H 42 Orr! 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I . . , U, ,v ...F C". . ll 1 Hazlehurst R 4I 'Hemv J F 34 Hewlett S H 74 'Heyward J F 48 Hoadly C J SI 'Hopson E C 64 Hopson G B 57 Horton P A 68 Hovey I-I E 66 'Ingalls T 52 Jackson R E 45 'Jarvis S 57 'Johnson E P 65 Johnson W F 66 'Jones C H 35 'Kellogg H L 36 "'KCfJ 43 'Krug H W 36 'Lambert D Lansmg C A 'LeRoy A N LeRoy J' 69 LeRoy T O 42 Mack J E 7I Mallory G S 58 Mallory W H 60 Marshall, J., 42. "'Mathewson, J., 46. McIntosh, J. H., 53. McKennan, J. D., 76. "'Meech, H. J., 42. Millard, A. B., 36. "Miller, N., 47. Moffett, G. H., 78. Moore, C. E., 76. Moore, D. S., 64. Morgan, G. B., 70. Morgan, W. D., 72. Morgan, VV. F., 37. Morrill, C. A., 67. "'Mowry, D. S., 67. Nicholls, G. H.. 39. "Nichols, R. W., 33. Overiield, J. L., 55. Pardee, D. W., 40. Payne, J. W., 61. 1"'Peake, C. F., 42. Peck, W. E., 71. "Perkins, L. H., 34. Peters, G. E., 50. Phelps. J- S.. 32- Proctor, C. H., 73. -Quick, J. H. S., 58. Richardson, L. W., 73. Richardson, R. D., 71. Ripley, P., 47. Robertson, J. A., 54. Rogers, R. C., 45. Rowland, E., 57. Sargeant, G. D., 51. Sawyer, J. L., 50. Sherman, H. M., 77. "'Sherwood, VV. B., 36. Short, W. B., 67. "'Singletary, G. E. B., 49. Skinner, W. C., 76. Small, E. F., 74. "Smith, C. H., 36. Smith, J. H., 74. "Smyth, J. VV., 52. Starr., J., 56. Stedman, R. S., 63. Stirling, W. H., 44. Stone, J. A., 44. Stoughton, N. C., 38. Sumner, A. E., 61. Sutton, E. B., 76. "Taylor, F. L., 43. Taylor, W. F., 44. "Terry, C. E., 51. "'Thomns, G. H., 41. "Todd, C. J., 55. Towles, W. A. 46. Tracey, W. D., 42. "'Tracy, J. R., 39. "'Tudor, H. B., 50. Turner, J. H., 38. Van Zandt, C. C., 51. Varley, C. D., 41. Wainwright, W. A. M., 64 Wait, J. T., 36. XVaring, C. M., 36. Way, J. A., 37. Webb, E. C., 75. Webb, W. E., 40. White, J. G., 54. Scott, E. G., 57. Wiggin, A. H., 68. Scudder, C. D., 75. Wolcott, S. G., 47. Scudder, E. M., 77. "'Wood, H. S., 71. Scudder, H. J., 46. Woodbury, T. C., 71. 'Scudder, T., 54. VVoodward, G. A., 55. -Sherman, H. B., 38. A, 'DECEASED 31' K BETA BETA wwwlwwimwf Xx SQ TN, Xxiuifj QLQP4? ig3,61' wg 0 213 7 at J Suunv B ff P63393 4 'Qwkg ww 3 M- WNNVNX Wlydlum 3 . X K" if ff! ,- XXX Y' , , A hfff ff! ff!! X SN? N N15 W f'w'Wf F ,ff yfffw f Q , ' ' A L ' ""' ' , 9 N I", 5? Q N- V ff QP -:fe Q, A , Zh' D n Q Q . -J' 'KV Q L X, W :M 'N a 1,17 .. fr, , - 1 ' . ,- Q mi ,N ' " " ,, ,r W ' ' ' W 2 '1 I '79. MELVILLE KNOX BAILEY, ORR BUFFINGTON, ARTHUR EUGENE PATTISON, VVILLIAM EDWARD POTWINE, LOUIS DUPONT SYLE, 'JOSEPH MOSGROVE TRUBY. LORIN WEBSTER, DAVID BUCHANAN XVILLSON. '8O. VVILLIAM SPEAR BREDIN, WILLIAM LOGAN CROSBY, ' THOMAS MORDUIT NELSON GEORGE ORLANDO HOLWAY, LOUIS ALBERT LANPHER. '81, WILLIAM TIMOTHY ELMER, CHARLES WARING JONES, ERNEST AUGUST KEMPE. '82. JOHN AUGUSTINE BENEDICT, AUGUSTUS PHILLIPS BURGWIN, CLARENCE CARPENTER, CHARLES SILAS COLEMAN, FRED HOLBROOK GREENE, JOHN I-IENRY MCCRACKAN, NICHOLAS WILLIAMS MCIVOR. "DECEASED. I 33 'l'Alexander, H. W., 57 Backus, B. E., 70 Baldwin L. B. 60 Barbour, H. M., 70 Beaupillier, A. L., 56 Beckwith, J. W., 52 Benedict, S., 47 Benjamin, W. H Betts, J. H., 44 Birkhead W. H Bishop, H., 61 Blair W. R Boles E. C., 55 Bostwick H. P 46 Bostwick W. L., SI Bowditch, I. T., 73 Bowles, J. H., 60 Boylston, C. W., 78 Brewer, A. L., 53 "Bridge, J., 47 Bronson, M., 52 "Brown, T. M., 5o Brundnge, R. B., 78 Buffington, J., 75 Bulkley, C. C., 75 Bulkley, W. H Bull, A. B., 59 Burgwin, G. C., 72 Burgwin, J. H. K., 77 Burke, E. N., 76 Cndy, D. K., 55 Cammann, D. M., 74 Campbell, R. M., 78 Capron, A., 45 Carpenter, S. B Carter H. 6 . Chase, H. R., 72. 'Clark G. "'Clerc, C. M., 45. Clerc, F. J., 43. Collins, J. B., 74. '3'Colt, W. U., 44 Cooke O. D. . Cotton, D. P., 71. Cotton H. E. . Craik, C. E. 7 . Cummins, A. G., 51. Dashiell, E. F., 46. "Dayton, M. B., 63. "'Dewey D P 64 Dtckerson E N Jr 74 Douglas G W 71 Douglass M 46 Drayton W 71 Drumm T 74 DuBois I C 53 'Easton G C 5I Edmunds C C jr 77 'l'l:. J F 64 Emery R 54 Everest C S 71 Ferguson E M SQ Ferguson H 68 'Ferguson J' D SI 'Ferguson S Ferguson W Fiske G MCC 7 Fogg T B 52 Fowler F H 61 French L 53 Gallaudet E M 56 Gardiner E R 56 George J F 77 George J H 72 G1im'tn G S Goodrich A B 52 Gooclrlch J B 66 Czoodridge E 60 Goodridge F 57 'Green V 6o Gregory H M 56 Gwinn F W 72 H1 S 54 Hmmersley W 58 Harriman F. D. 45. Harriman F. W. 7 . Hart G. 70. Hart S. 66. Hayden C. C. 66. Hermann S. 57. Hewitt S. G. 77. Hickox G. A. SI Hicks G. C. 56. Hic s J. M. 5 . Hicks W. C. 48. Hitchcock W. A. 54 Hudson R. 71. "'Hugg G. W. 62 N MEMBERS OF THE GRDER OF BETA BETA 1-.1o .,57. . i, . . , '.,61. 'ly, " , .,i5. 1' . ' f 4 . 2 1.59. ' . 'i . , .63. . : , '. ., o. Brevoort, E. R., 68. "'Flower, S., 45. -. 725- ' '- 47.- . l .Il, i., Q. ii i ., 73. . I. , ., . I U 9 I V . , , 2 1 Y 70' I Y , ,44. ii 1 it - . .74 kf I 4 4 y . 34 Hurd, A. D., 77. Hurd, D., 74. Hyde, E. M., 73. "'Isbell, C. M., 63. Jackson, A. 60. Jarvis, S. F., 45. Johnson, E. E., 59. Johnson, G Johnson, S. W., 58. Jones, E. P., Jr., 77. ' "'Kelley, J., 44. Kennett, L. M., 70. Kissam, E. V. B., 69. Kittredge, A. S., 57. - D-. 54- Kloppenburg, H. NV., 58. Knickerbacker, D. B., 53. Krumbliaar, W. B., 55. Leiiingwell, C. S., 54. Lewis, G. F., 77. Lindsley, C. A., 49. Long, NV., 43. Loveridge, D. E., 50. "'MacIin, R. B., 58. Marshall, M. M., 63. Mather, XV. G., 77. McConihe, S., 56. Mears, J. E., 58. Morris, F., 64. Morris, H., 45. Mowe, W. R., 70. Nichols, W. F., 70. Niles, W. W., 57. Oberly, H. H., 65. Olmsted, C. T., 65. Ohnstead, H. K., 46. Paddock, B. H., 48. Paddock, J. A., 45. Paddock, L. S., 50, . Palmer, N., 45. Paris, I., Jr., 76. Parker, C. P., 73. Pentield, W. D., 62. ' "Pettit, W. F., 46. Phillips, C. W., 71. "Polk, A. H., 53. Pond, C. M., 58. Preston, T. S., 43. Purdy, J. S., 49. Raftery, O. H., 73. Rinehart, E. J., 76. Roberts, W. J., 75. Rogers, VV. E., 77. Rudder, W., 48. Scarborough, J., 54. Sexton, T. B., 60. Seymour, C. H., 52. Seyms, G. H., 72. Shaw, J. P. C., 71. Sherman, S., 50. . Shreve, B. F. H., 78. Smith, A. M., 72. Smith, C. B., 54. Spencer, W. G., 53. Stanley, G. M., 68. Stanley, J. D., 77. Stedman, T. L., 74. Steele, O. R., 53. Sterling, C., 44. Stocking, C. H. NV., 60. Stoddard, E. V., 60. Stoddard, J., 7I. Storrs, I.. K., 63. Stotsenburg, J. H., 50. Stout. K., 70. Studley, W. H., 50. - Sylc, H. W., 67. Taylor, E. B., 73. Taylor, P., 43. Tibbits, W. B., 61. Tingley, G. C., 52. Tremaiue, C. H. B., 66 Tullitlge, E. K., 76. Tuttle, R. H., 46. Valentine, W. A., 72. Van Nostrand, C. A., 77 Vincent, S., 58. Wakefield, J. B., 46. Warner, B. E., 76. Warren, S. B., 59. Webb, W. R., 78. Webster., W. H., 61. Welles, H. T., 43. XVelles, L. I-I., 64. Whitney, H. E., 74. XVillson, C. T., 77. "Winchester, S. F., 66. Witherspoon, O. 56. NVoodman, C. E., 73. Worthington, E. W., 75. Yale, H. A., 46. Ziegler, P., 72. 'nsctmssn 35 A 4' 'Y FRATERNITY OF DELTA PSI EPSILON CHAPTER. WNW f XS XQXXXX X X ww? 36 ACTIVE MEMBERS. -0, '75, THOMAS MCLEAN. '77. .QQOBERT IIABERSHAM COLEMAN. '79. WILLIAM NICHOLSON ELBERT, HENRY STUART MARTINDALE, BENJAMIN STARK, JR., ROBERT LEFAVOUR WINKLEY. '8O. EDWARD DALE APPLETON, FRANCIS RANDOLPH CURTIS, HOFFMAN MILLER, RICHARD HENRY NELSON, FREDERICK GRENVILLE RUSSELL, FRANK LANGDON WILCOX, FREDERIC PECK WILCOX, COLEMAN GANDY WILLIAMS. '81, JAMES RUSSELL PARSONS, JR. GEORGE BRADLEY PATTISON, GEORGE ENDICOTT PERKINS, SWEN ALBIN SWENSON, HERBERT WILMERDING. 'S2. CHARLES ADAMS APPLETON, JUDSON BALDWIN BRAINERD, JAMES GOODRICH DE FOREST, JR., ERNEST FLAGG HENDERSON, WILLIAM CRAWFORD SHELDON, JR JAME-S REMSEN STRONG. EDWARD HAYNES WOODRUEF, ANDREW MURRAY YOUNG. 37 CHAPTER OF THE FRATERNITY OF DELTA PSI Allyn A W 61 Atkinson J G 4 Barnwell R W 72 Barnwell S E Barton C C 69 Blbb W A 75 Bliss G H 64 Blackwood J' Jr Bowen A 63 Brandegee I E 74 'l'Br'mdegee L C 17 Breckenridge A B 70 'l'Breese H L 57 Brigham H H 76 Brown T M 64 Buckingham W B 69 Burr W H 78 Butler W 58 Cady I C 60 Carter C L 54 'l'Cenas B C 56 Chapin F W 79 Chapin W. V. 78. Chapman '1 B. 80. Cheever J. D. 81. Clark I W. 63. Clemson T G 56. Clifford S. W jr. 68 Clyde W. P. 62 Coleman R H. . Cookson F W Coxe I N. 55 Crane R M. 55. Curtis G. M. 80. Curtis R. H. 68. Curtis W E. . 'Darrell A S. 9. Dayton W B 6. Dea J. A De Rossett, A. L , 62. "'De Rossett E S 64 Devendorf G S 55 Du Bois G M 74 Du Bois H O Edson S 55 Edwards A N 76 Elwell G E 70 Fisher I' R 62 Fordney T P 62 Fuller S R 70 'l'Fu1ler S G 58 Fulei J' R 70 Gardner C H 70 Gibson B S 69 'l'Glaz1er T C 60 Goodapeed J H 66 "Goodwin G H 62 Graham C M Gr'mms F O Hall F De P Hallett W T Harding N 73 Harraden F. S. 67. Harris W. Ix. 58. Hartshorne F. M. 56 Hazlehurst G. A. 79. Hitchings H B. 54. Hoffman C. lf. 51. Holbrooke G. O. 69. Holbrooke S. 67 Hotchkin S. F. . Howard G. H. Hul A. S. 66. Jardine H. D. . ennings A B. Kane G. 75. K rr E I. 55 Kidder E H 63 'Kirby J. W 65 Knoblock, A F 55 GRADUATE MEMBERS OF THE EPSILON . , . ., 71. '. - -1 76- .' ' ,.'.,'.,66. ' ., . l 4 ' 1 ' - I-1'-, - l 1 1,1 D- U-1 '- , ., . l 1' - -1 59- . , . ., . - 1 - -1 73- . , . ., . 1 - -1 73- , , ,, , . , . ., 62. 1 ' 1 F Y ' , . ., 61. . 1 56 , . , . 1 ' 1 72- 1 - 1 11 1 , , , , 68 1 1 J ' ' ' 61' 1 I 1 Jr 1 75' ' 9 Y 1 ' 1 5 e I ' ' 1 ' 1 ' '1 5 I ' 'Y ' 1, ., 72. 1 -1 - +, Lamson, W., 56. Lawrence, C. V., 56. 'l'Leacock, J. H., 58. "Lewis, E. B., 65. Lewis, I. I., 62. Lewis, S. S., 61. Lewis, T. C., 7I. Lewis, W. H., 65. Lincoln, F. T., 76. Lincoln, G. W., 75. McC1ory, H., 51. McCollough, D. H., 73. McCoucl1, H. G., 75. McKay, VV. R., 67. Miller, P. S., 64. Mines, F. S., 64. "Mines, J. F., 54. Morgan, B. T., 61. Morse, J. F., 66. Murray, A. S., Ir., 7I. Murray, R., 73. Nichols, G. G., 67. "Norris, E. C., 61. Norris, H., 63. Norton, T. L., 60. Nott, R. H., 71. Padgett, P., 76. "Palmer, C. C., 51. Paxson, H. C., 5I. Pearce, J. S., 62. Peck, Df L., 62. Pierce, H. H., 58. Pinckney, F. S., 62. Platt, Chas., Jr., 75. Platt, Clayton, 74. Platt, W. A-. 75- Rutherford, H. Y., 76 Scott, H. B-. 78- Shreve, W. I-, 53- Smallwood, S., 63. Smith, H. S., 62- Smith, I. S., 64- Smith, R. H., 69. Smith, W. G. W., 7I. Stark, W. M-, 75- Stedman, T. W., 74- "'Steele, H. D., SI- Stevens, S., 65. "'Stil1weI1, R. M.. 70- Strong, G. M-, 54- Sumner, C. A., 56. Swenson, E. P., 75- Thompson, S. C., 72. Thorne, N. D.. 7I- Totten, C. A. L., 69- Turner, W. H-, 60- Underhill, G. B., 73. Vibbert, H. C., 68. Vibbert, W. H., 58. Wanzer, C., 66. Waterman, L., 7I- "'Watson, W. C., 63. Watts, E. B-1 73- Whistler, W. G. N., 5 White, F. W-. 78- Wildman, T. G., 57. Williams, C. C.. 7I- Woodin, W. R-, 58- Wright, G. E., 74- TDEUEASED- 39 FRATERNITY OF ALPHA DELTA PHI PHI KAPPA CHAPTER. nf S 'III A - , 4 A MIIIIII I+' , -,.,..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIImmmIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIuIIII.,.....x I 'HN ...IIIIIIIIIIII AAK- w'IIII1IIIIIIIII,.I, 'I "Ii, I ,S II ..., I IIIIIISIIIII' "IIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIm'.,, WAI A IIIIIIIIIIIII I I I , -IWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM, '- I A EQ! W, , mm A .III I xxx . V 'Rgc 4,1 ' ' STIRE A - Im' 'ig - , I , XII fziip I I q i, V, 9 I NI' IE 'Y ' . IIIIIIIIIIIIK dlbmlwsf 5 ov" IIIIW Vg' I if Wi-I -I:...IIsmw I I I 1251. XJ I If WI 1 1 I .I 45' 21 IIIIIIIIIQ .III5 , V AN.. Y Y miami! ,RA 3:-ef' HI ' 5 , I . f' A, W. I,-49 Quin .. .. A ff5,1"'A S i u ,- my m ul I I . u m ul rl , I I mv I I III II II I :mn vIIIuIu'mIvIme1 I I 'II II III ll gl IIH IIII I I ' II I TI III I I II III IIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIUIWN IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIEIIIIIII1IIlIIIII1IIllIIlIIl unnmnnumnummmnnm M . IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInmmuuIIIII.II:-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I 40 '79, JAMES INNES HAYES CAMERON WALTER CALVIN HAGAR, ALFRED HARDING, ALPHEUS HENRY SNOW. '8O. GEORGE KNEELAND, MORTON STONE, STEWART STONE. '81 HARLOW CLARKE CURTISS, CHARLES WRIGHT FREELAND, GEORGE SUMNER HUNTINGTON EDWARD PEARSON NEWTON. '82, RICHARD VERNAM BARTO, BERNARD MOORE CARTER, CHARLES HENRY CARTER, GEORGE DAWSON HOWELL. 41 GRADUATE MEMBERS OF PHI KAPPA THUS FAR RECEIVED INTO ALPHA DELTA PHI. PLINY A. JEVVETT, M.D., 37. 'JOHN F. HEATH, M.D. fHnrvard, 4OJ 38. HON. COLIN M. INGERSOLL, 39. REV. THOMAS R. PYNCHON, D.D., LL.D., 4I. EDYVIN XV. BRAINARD, M.D., 42. Rav. GEO. JARVIS GEER, D.D., 42. Rav. HENRY OLMSTEAD, D.D., 42. REV. OLIVER S. PRESCOTT, 44. Louis F. WADSWORTH. 44. GEORGE C. CI'II1'MAN,45. TI-IADDEUS CRANE, 45. REV. JARED B. FLAGG, D.D., 46. I-IIRAM A. YALE, 46. REV. GEORGE MORGAN HILLS, D.D., 47. mv. EDWARD o. FLAGG, D.D., 47. LOUIS N. MIDDLEBROOK, 48. REV. JOHN T. HUNTINGTON, 50. DARIUS G. CROSBY, 5I. REV. JOHN BRAINARD, D.D.. 51. E. YVINSLOWV WILLIAMS, 53. ELISHA TRACY, 55. J. ALEXANDER PRESTON, 55. +C1-IARLES E. BULKELEY fYn1cJ 56. REV. ANGUS M. IVES, 56. REV. XVILLIAM YV. HOLLEY. 61. COLEY JAMES, 62. CHARLES H. PITTS, 65. B. HOWELL GRISWOLD, 66. GEORGE G. HOOPER, 66. FELIX R. SULLIVAN, 66. FRANK KENNEDY, 68. ROBERT F. BIXBY, 70. PERCY S. BRYANT, 70. 6 GEORGE L. COOKE, 70. JAMES KIRTLAND, 70. REV. HARLOVV R. VVHITLOCK, 70. REV, THOMAS H. GORDON, 71. DONALD T. WARNER, 72. ' JAMES W. READ, 72. PROF. JAMES. D. SMYTH fHudson 73J 74. Rm. PERCIVAL H. WHALEY, 74. ISAAC HIESTER, 76. THEODORE A. PORTER, 76. GEO. BLAGDEN HAZLEHURST, 77. SIDNEY D. HOOKER, 77. JOHN HUSKE, 77. WM. COLE BLACKMER, 78. GEO. SUMNER CHIPMAN, 78. JOHN DOWS HILLS, 78. CHARLES HUNTER, 78. AUGUSTUS LYMAN, 78. GEORGE T. STEWART, 78. " mzcrmszn. 42 I 40" .11 FRATRES IN URBE. HON. EDWARD B. BENNETT, Yale, 66. VVILLIAM D. P. BLISS, Amherst, 78. PERCY S. BRYANT, Phi Kappa, 70. HON. DAVID S. CALHOUN, Yale, 48. FRANK W. CHENEY, Brunonian. 54. REV. HOWARD CLAPP, Yale, 72. GEORGE H. DAY, Geneva, 73. ROBERT E. DAY, Yale, 52. JAMES MCE. DRAKE, Dartmouth, 69. HORACE S. FULLER, M.D., Amherst, 58. ELWOOD S. GERARD, Middletown, 77. CHARLES E. GROSS, Yale, 69. PANETT M. HASTINGS, M.D., Hamilton, 39. HON. RICHARD D. HUBBARD, Yule, 39. REV. JOHN T. HUNTINGTON, Phi Kappa., 50 ALVIN P. HYDE, Yale, 45. JOHN C. KINNEY, Yale, 61. REV. H. DAVENPORT NORTHRUP, Amherst, 57 REV. THOMAS R. PYNCHON, D.D., LL.D., Phi Kappa 4I REV. A. JUDSON SAGE, D.D., Rochester, 60. HON. NATHANIEL SHIPMAN, Yale, 48. HON. GEORGE G. SILL, Yale, 52. ARTHUR F. SKEELE, Amherst, 75. WILLIAM A. SLEEPER, Amherst, 78. PROF. JAMES D. SMYTH, Hudson, 73, and P REV. SAMUEL M. STILES, Middletown, 60. MELANCTHON sromzs, M.D., Yale, 52. RICHARD SALTER sToRRs, Amherst, 53. WILLIAM H. SYBRANDT, Amherst, 76. HENRY E. TAINTOR, Yale, 65. ll , , ll 1' ur 43 hi Kappa 74 FRATERNITY OF DELTA K EPSILON Q..... ACTIVE MEMBERS JOHN CHESTER BARROWS LAWSON BREWER BIDWELL HARRY CAMPBELL BLACK DAVID LAW FLEMING HENRY CLARENCE LOVERIDGE WELLINGTON JAMES RODGERS WALTER DAVIDSON BIDWELL CHARLLS SMITH COOK ALFRED POOLE GRIN'1 ADOLPH WILLIAM REINEMAN SEAVER MILTON HOLDEN ARTHUR BEACH LINSLEY ROBERT THEODORE REINEMAN APPA I 380. '81. ARTHUR WOODRUFF CONVLES, '82, I' L ' A n 1 I 44 I I xL,,A I I ' TRINITY COLLEGE MISSIONARY SOCIETY. FOUNDED, 1832 E+, "Pro Christo el Ecr!a.rz'a." OFFICERS. Chaplain, Rav. PRESIDENT PYNCHON. 1879 Pffflldfllf, MELVILLE K. BAILEY. Vice-Pmviriczzt, W. RIDGELY LEAKEN. Secretary, FREDERICK W. WHITE. T1'c'a.furur, DAVID B. WILLSON. Meetings every alternate Monday night in the Latin Room. Al UI 45 ' 17 an an Ir ' ' 17 Qinimcazrcg Smiueakmes PI-II BETA KAPPA TA as 27-fgi?,tfIF '15 B K 'VLECTQ OFFICERS Pnszduzt PRO! JOIIN BROCKLESBY LI D Vzce I-'rexzrient RLV PROP EDWVIN I' JOHNSON M Secrelafjv REV PROI SAMUEL IIAR1 MA Treamrer JOHN HENRY BROCKLESBY M A A:.v1.rlantSrrclmy ALFRED HARDING Asszxfaul Treamrer MELVILLE KNOY BAILEY W V CHAPIN G S CHIPMAN J D HILLS JOHN WILLIAMS G H MOFFETT M K BAILEY ALFRED HARDING J S CARPENTER A E PATTISON LORIN WEBSTER R L WINKLEY ww L .N ,78 4. . . . . . . . v . i 46 I n ' ' uv an I I 15 4 ir wr KAPPA BETA PHI. fy Q.. arf mfr Oo mil' AQVEUEY " I rababiligf is the g1u'dc of !zf'." . . P Pn'.rin'ul1l, FRANK N. SHELTON. V1'z'u-1,1z'.rI'zl'L'nI, HENRY S. MARTINDALE. Sccwlfrzy, XVILLIAM N. ELBERT. GW. Scrxrlazjf, BENJAMIN STARK, IR. 73'r.'lZ.f1H2'I', VVILLIAM F. FRENCH. '78, W. c. BLACKMER, .R. M. CAMPBELL, CHAS. HUNTER A. J. LYMAN, W. s. MADDOCK, ' '79. WM. N. ELBERT, WM. F. FRENCH, H. s. MARTINDALE F. N. SI-IELTON, BENJ. STARK, JR. HONORARY MEMIBERS ORR BUFFINGTON, W. s. Moonv, JR., D. B. WILLSON. 05 ixldxroz. Tun RT. R1-:v. JOSEPH BUTLER, D.C.L. Cox.. 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Illnrshal J b CARPENTER IJ'l.LZE1lft'7lll7lf D B WILLSON 2d Zzculenaut W N ELBER1 DIRECTORS NV E POTWINE J C BARROWS GEORGE KNEELAND E D APPLEION ROBERT BARCLAY I I I I I L 4 I Y 1 'Q f . , 3: ' f ' .n- - ..- 45 ' .. I' - - ': Iif' :E + -I 5 -591' '-.L-1 ' J H W -ff.. ---'-- Af-H .-.-Affjg ff ,. :- ' "" "1-' iss!!--3 .::.'TI,- ,w.. '5--" F., Q A- .. '-":-f--r- :-.,--....:::-f--w-- " .-. --sf,-e,-.,,..-. - -L N- . ,..,R.,.?- -.. ""LQffT , :P-3:-:Ez ,,,.:..:.,kV.V - - .1 '1' ' ' , '. . L 4 'T. ' . 1 I ny ' 1 ' I S . L- . , . . . 1' " ' , . . Q' . ' 1' ' , . . ., . . ,"L, V . Y ' D- ' 1 I ' 1 - F 4 ' ' , . . . l' rf - , . . 4 V ' ' . . ' - I 4 1 , . . - ' , . . - , . . . 1 1 4 ' l ' V ' , . I. . , . . . . W f w ' , . . . 4 ' r 1 . . . . I I I ' A I I I 55 1 Y an ' ' ur S S S S S QS! 0 Spxfunrg fwllifll glkilfeevlxcnffgg, MAY 25 1878 HUNDRED YARD DASH J' D Cheever IOQ' sec 2d F L Wllcox II sec PUTIING THE I6 POUND SHOT E. D Appleton 31 ft 31h 2d W N Elbert 30 ft 7111 ONE MILE VVAI R Lorm NVebster 8 mln 461- sec 2d J D Cheever 8 mm 462 sec RUNNING BROAD JUMP M Campbell 20 ft rrm 2d R H Nelson I9 ft 9ll1 HALF MILE RUN G Russell 2mm 33i sec 2d C H Hardee 2mm 4I sec THREE LEGGED RACE kneeland 162 sec THROXVING BASE HAIL L Wxlcox 333 ft 711111 2d B Stark 325 ft 3 m QUARTER MILE RUN D Appleton 58 sec 2d C S Cook dxstanced RUNNING HIGH JUMI G Russell 5 ft 2d R Barclay 4ft 99 In THREE MILE WALK Lorm Webster 36 mm isec 2d S M Peck,d1stanced 'rHRowING 16 POUND HAMMER H McBrxde 68 ft Bm 2d W E Potwme 62 ft I0llI IO0-YARD HURDLE RACE I0 HURDLES F L Wxlcox 181- sec 2d J D Cheever 1811 sec 56 o qi o 1 I A 5 F . 7 - Ist, . . , .3 , . . ' , . 1st, '. . , . ' .9 , . . , . ' . 1 t, ' , ' . ' .g , . . , ' . . z t, R. . , . ' .5 , . . , . ' . Ist, F. . , ' . .5 , . . , ' . . Ist, F. L. Wilcox and R. M. Campbell, 161- sec.: 2d, A. S. Mason and G. ' , . Ist, F. . ' ' , . ' .5 , . , . ' . Ist, E. . , .3 , . . . ' . . ,- xst, F. . ' , .5 , . , . ' . . I t, ' ' , ' . .5 , . . ' . I t, . ' , . ' .5 , . . ' , . ' . 1 t, . . ' , .9 , . . . - ll , ll 11 ' 'lv ll I I ll ISI I5t ISY Ist Ist Ist STANDING LONG JUMP. R. H. Nelson, 9 ft. 511r in., 2cl, H. McBride, 9 ft. 2 in. WHEELBARROW RACE. G. Kneelandg 2d, W. R. Leakin. ONE-MILE RUN. R. H. Nelson, 5 min. 57f sec, zd, H. B. Scott, 5 min. , SACK-RACE. R. M. Campbell, 201- sec., 211, W. F. French, 24 sec. POLE-VAULTING. F. L. Wilcox, 8 ft. 1011- in., 2d, J. Parsons, 7 ft. 9 in. ' 220-YARD DASH. , J. D. Cheever, 2511, sec., zd, F. W. White, 281- sec. 58 sec ll , ' ll If 57 17 TRINITY COLLEGE BASE BALL ASSOCIATION 3 Fl SJ lllllil 'Sf I lllllln l Q 5 Q Q lm? E Tm? I I I ul un' ' ll Leila'-IF' m xg. -4"" I .eiiisl- OFFICERS Pnszduzt E D APPLETON Nt Vza Preslzferzl GEORGE KNEELAIND 2d Vm P1e.f1rt'uzf S G FISHER 71 axuur STEWART STONE .Slcuiarj B B GALI AUDET Caplam W N EI BERT Jllhfzagfs D B WILLSON R H NELSON COLLEGE NINE The College Nme wlll be selected from the followmg men E1 BERT CROSBY STARK BARnows CARPENTER Cook F L WILCOX C CARTER RUSSELL B CARTER BARCLAY Howzu. RODGERS BURGXVIN 58 I I . . I I ' V ' Y fan-. ' ' I' " , 7 , . In ,I -3 xv, YJ W ' Z ,. 'L Nr' . - :N , ' X ' . ' I xx -gQl:':f:,:- jf-X ef A lmx, II, N- x i- ' X , V A- MM., ij' .. -X. g X 1 - V' . . ----.-.nh I ,.'. r . N ,gf 55. 'evil ij! -i ul '-'wx 'AX.cf.1.".f A 5,'.3.vfQi nl y -Q A Q! .1 X -. ,., 5 -1- 11-1-,, Av R- ! I..--i-in -V A X 1 'Ngffxrsx 4 , . A .-' ' 'JK' L ' -- ' 1 Lv - I " -Hf?:.'i'T'f:-Tv-' . iff -L " ' 'H' --- - -algo-,. A ' vm -5- " W, ffofs-'- X V , r ,. 1 Q 1 . , . N Q 1 . , . I 1 n 1 ' l ' , . . . HL, , .1 ' ' ' ' " ', 1 . .4 , ' , . . 4 ' . ' L' ' , . . - , . . . ' I Y I . ' v ,Q . . f, 1 y ' I ' I 1 I , . CLASS NINE OF WIIITE, c. SHELTON, 2d b. CARPENTER, p., Capt. Po'rwINE, 3d b. FISHER, Ist b. BuIf1fING'1'oN, s. s. BAILEY, substitute. CLASS NINE OF F. L. NVILCOX, c. Capt. BARROWS, p. RUSSELL, s. s. RODGICRS, 2d b. VVILLIAMS, r. f. ICIOLNVAY, c. f. CLASS NINE OF WASIIIIURNE, s. s., Capt. COOK, p. PARSONS, 3d b. CowLEs, c. NELSON, c. f. PATTISON, l. f. MASON, substitute. CLASS C. CARTER, s. s. NINE OF BURGWIN, c., Capt. CARI'EN'I'ER, 2d b. BRAINERD, c. f. IHOTCHKISS, r. f. GOWEN, Ist b. -59 FRENCH, 1. f. Moonv, c. f. WII.LSON, r. f. CROSBY, Ist b. BARcLAx', 1. f. NELSON, 3d b. MIILLER, Ist b. REINEMAN, r. ELMER, 2d b. HOXVELL, p. B. CARTER. 2d SIIELDON, 1. f. f. b ARTFUL DODGER BASE BALL CLUB THIRD ANNUAL TRIUMPH I . .-5.1: vvyv 1 all V ' f VIH- ' , faivd- Jefv Is, - X S ' ' -.-.1-v-..... f IQNICELAND, 3d b. Biuznows, p. Ckosnv, r. f. XVILLSON, lsr b. XV1L1,mMs, s. s., Ist Lieutenant. SUl!STI'l'UTliS. STARK, WIIITE fdoubtfulj, X BUFl"ING'l'ON, c., Capt FLICMING, 1. f. GAILAUDET, 2d lm. SHr:I,'roN, c. f. MOODY, back-stop. and ELHERT. N. B.-Owing to the depressed spirits and general badly used-up condition of the B.-me Dlwr-, our challenge of last fall was 'ot accepted. The 'mxious masses eagerly await :my further developments. 60 W. M V M - .1 are-T TRINITY COLLEGE BOAT CLUB TRINITY COLLEGE BOAT CREW OFFICERS President, ORR BUFFINGTON. Vice-President, A. T. MASON. Scfrefaljf, S. G. FISHER. GEORGE Treamrcr, MORTON STONE. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE KNEELAND, E. D. APPLFTON W. L. CROSBY. UNIVERSITY CREW, 1879 The Crew has n E. D. APPLETON, Captain. ot yet been selected. SOPI-IOMORE CREW L. C. WASHBURNE, bow. W. T.,ELMER. C. S. COOK. A. T. MASON, Capt. Sc Stroke. c. w. JONES, sum. FRESHMAN CREW W. C. SI-IELDON, Bow. A. P. BURGWIN. J. B. BRAINERD. C. CARPENTER, Capt. 81 Stroke 6? I THE CORAX BOATING CLUB. A r" ax . ff- -.u .-::53:iT.' S "'i " .-'l- mQ1..M7..5.14'Qm, L 7 " . "+ "W'--4l1i' -- .-.., 7.4--m ' . f B -' ' ' F--11-7-W v:i""" , ,- - ' m..1..l....1L l-fin. f .Mn U, W- , ' ff'-fp .1117 L, A H 5 .5 -1849-- REoRcANxzED --18'79- IOFFICERS. Presideni, G. W. BEACH. V1':e-Presiiicnl, B. B. GALLAUDET. Secrelafjf and T reasurer, A. T. MASON. MEMBERS. HONORARY. C. D. SCUDDER, 75, W. c. SKINNER, 76, JNO. D. MCKENNAN, 76, H. M. SHERMAN, 77, E. M. SCUDDER, 77 ACTIVE. G. W. BEACH, ' C. E. CALDWELL, B. B. GALLAUDET, W. R. LEAKEN, F. P. MARBLE, A. T. MASON, T. M. PECK, P. W. SHIPMAN, L. C. WASHBURNE, W. W. WEBB. 62 THE FOOT BALL ASSOCIATION OF TRINITY COLLEGE. -bg. A' OFFICERS - YR ..,-Z, I'1'c.v1'a'cnl, GEORGE KNEELAND. Vice-Pn'.via'wz!, C. BARROWS. Sccrulaljf and T reaszzrer, W. E. POTWINE. COLLEGE ELEVEN - STAIIK, Po'rwINE, API-LETON, Capt., NELSON, Rusx-:ERS PERKINS, VVILLIAMS, HALF BACKS BACKS WASHBURNE, .63 ELIIEIIT, K NEELAN D. L. VVILCOX, SHELTON LAWN TENNIS CLUB. X I l 1 ,f Pf'e.rl'ffcul, GEORGE KNEELAND. . JE: w 0 ' f.:---:am .4 . , wh f Y V ,x zxkilggf' . kg! Wits 0 45594 .S2'Cl't'flIlj amz' T mu-1m 1' G. E. PERKINS. 1 v I 1 MEMBERS BENJ. STARK, JR. E. D. APPLETON. F. G. RUSSELL. G. HUNTINGTON. G. E. PERKINS. E. F. HENDERSON. 64 G. KNEELAND. C. A. APPLETON W. c. SHELDON H. MILLER. J. R. STRONG. A. M. YOUNG. msimll mgauauiimiimaw k OF TRINITY CGLLEGE. .. 5, mme5cf1zyN,'g,, , 2 hifi eil Xxff X 1mf Aqf SMH!! A w X x?tQlL'!VL V fy X 1-.gr wwf' ,mwah L .....n.. O -1-"f lare: vrw- '1" f 77' .QHMWQEWSQMYQHEQQ --1 ' . 8A A A X ..fwf+f' we ' A ,.A, fufiw fi WW 55511 Q...W'l21w','ff YWWff.EgEH'm3wMWMm .1.V. 5558--Qf k , '.- 'l'lVff VSA '- ii1.,f5qi'i.iiLfQtif'?' jflxilui COLLEGE GLEE CLUB .......0i. Pam-z'ricfzl, HOFFMAN MILLER. Buxim'.r.v Zllnnager, VV. RIDGELY LEAKEN. JlIu.riz'al Dz'1z'dor, L. A. LAN PHER. FIRST TENORS. F. E. MILLER, 81. , L. A. LANPHER, So. C. S. Coox. 8r. ROBERT BARCLAY, 80. FIRST BASS. W. E. POTWINE, 79. L. C. WASHBURNE, SI. A. T. MASON, 81. HOFFMAN FULLER, 80. Pz'am'.f!, SECOND TENORS. S. A. SNVENSON, 81. A. P. BURGXVIN, 82. W. C. SHELDON, 82. J. B. BRAINERD, 82. SECOND BASS. LORIN WEBSTER, 79. W. R. LEAILEN, 80. J. H. MCCRACKAN, 82 P. W. SHIPMAN, 82. 66 . 5 BETA L. A. LANP1-mn, A. P. BURGWIN, w. E. POTWINE, . J. H. MCCRACKAN, BETA QUARTETTE . ' " -9 . tg.. L Y: .,,, V' fm p ib- A 5 H' . gy. W K, A, ' I ' r Jr! HX' DELTA PSI QUARTETTE 1.12. 1m,x1N12RD, . S. A. SWENSON, HOFFMAN MILLER, R. H. NELSON, I. K. A. QUINTETTE ROBERT BARCLAY, B. B. GALLAUDET, A. T. MASON, . W. R. LEAKEN, L. C. WASHBURNE, .67 Ist Tenor 2d Tenor Ist Bass. 2d Buss. ISI Tenor 2d Tenor Ist Bass. 2d Bass. Ist Tenor 2d Tenor ISI Bass. 2d Bass. Baritone. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON QUARTETTE c. s. cooK, . w. J. RODGERS, H. c. BLACK, . D. L. FLEMING, R. T. REINEMAN, ROBERT BARCLAY, . L. A. LANPHER, . HOFFMAN MILLER R. H. NELSON, . F. E. MILLER, . C. S. COOK, . . S. A. SWENSON, L. C. WASHBURNE, J. B. BRAINERD, A. P. BURGWIN, . w. c. SHELDON, J. H. MCCRACKAN, 0 QUARTETTE '81 QUARTETTE QUARTETTE es Ist Tenor. 2d Tenor. Ist Bass. 2d Bass. Accompanist Ist Tenor. 2d Tenor. Ist Bass. 2d Bass. Ist Tenor. 2d Tenor. Ist Bass. 2d Bass. Ist Tenor. 2d Tenor. Ist Bass. 2d Bass. I K 'ii' THE ROCKY HILL SYMPHONIE QUINTETTE A P BURGVVIN Zlluxzral Dzreclor amz' T am mm ORR BUFFINGTON Ist Vloloncello W L CROSBY Eb C'xst'1net ORLANDO HOLWAY Sonometer CLARENCE CARPENTER Rattle REPERTOIRE The first put of the A11 'l.lIS'l.S Trweller Moonllght Sonata Beethoven The Qumtette 'Ire now eugmged on the second part of AYl'1llS'1S Tmvellex whlch by the 61st of M1y they NVIH be pxepfmred to submlt wxth deference to '1 cultured 'md d1SC1llTXlll'1t1l"tg publlc YE SWEET SINGERS OF ISRAEL C W JONES Tenoro Superbo E A REMPE ORLANDO HOLWAY D B WILLSON Tenoxo Robusto Bftsqo Glowlo Banjo Pexfecto THE HOWLING DERVISHES BLACR The Flute voiced Shelk CROSBY M'1gna.ped the Vmer HOLVVAY Abduhl Harper to the Sultan My Grnndhther s Clocl Wllhe brewed a peck o m'1ut L .f A uv ll dh 1 ini. . . , f ' . 1 - ' , ..,.. . . . , ...... . . . , ..... . A ' , . . . . - ' . - -1. . . , ' - . ' . . . c. . ' . ', . 1 A. K v X . I L . . D G 5 ,I -. . I l . n . . ' tw, . . . . . . W. L. CROSBY, . . . . . . Basso Profundo. . . , . . . . . ' . , . . . . . 1 .'. ' , . . , . - . . s ' 4 y, . . . . . ' . ' '. ' , . . . . . 4 , .. . , .... , . K . ,, . K , Q H H - - 1 rx . . . , I . . , , , , , I I 6 , V P 1, A 9 y . f N NOISY CLUB OF PARADISE SECTION. -loi H OZ' :card '-Dpivw Svaxolxoxclfxrrroz :cal ring' Mourrag azpavifovreqfl ...-.0-1. P1'ani.ri, B. BRAINERD. Guz'!ar, H. S. MARTINDALE. Banjb, R. H. NELSON. Comet, HOFFMAN MILLER. Flute, G. B. PATTISON. Pirralo, A. M. YOUNG. Bas: Drum, G. E. PERKINS. Dz'.rrom'rmi.f, C. G. VVILLIAMS, YV. N. ELBERT. Dulcimer, I. R. PARSONS. Barley, S. A. SWENSON. Cambzlrt, W. C. SI-IELDON, Assisted by a large and select chorus. sazoifz, MONSIEUR E. D. PoMME-'roN, in his specialty, "Prow1ing round the Diamond Fields," a song composed expressly for him. PROGRAMME I. Home, Sweet Home. 2. Chop Sticks. 3. Sweet Bye dnd Bye. 4. Medley.-"Home, Sweet Home," "Chop Sticks," "Sweet Bye and Bye." 70 i H DOT LEETLE FRESHMAN N0 LEA DER. N0 PRA CTICE. J. H. MCCRACKAN, J. B. BRAINERD, c. E. BALL, . R. v. BARTO, . P. W. SHIPMAN, . A. P. BURGWIN, c. E. CALDWELL, W. D. WALKER, .O.,1. BAN D ." NO TIME. Wind Instrument. Hand Organ. Bag Pipe. Horse Fiddle. . Hurdy Gurdy. Snare Drum. Fog Horn. . Jews Harp. THE ROYAL ITALIAN BAND CJOD. STRING QUARTETTE H. S. MARTINDALE, 79, .... I-I. MILLER, So, . R. H. NELSON, 80, A. P. BURGWIN, 82, ...... Banjo. . Banjo. Banjo. . . Banjo. This superb orchestra having been thoroughly reorganized and equipped for thc season of 1878-9, is now open to engagements to play at any lawn-fete, dog-fight or Sunday-school celebration which may take place between the hours of 2 and 5.30 l'.M., Saturdays excepted. Managers and others will consult their interests by giving us a call before applying elsewhere. All communica- cations must contain a 3-cent stamp and should be addressed to PROF. E DXVA R D S, flluxfml D1'1z'ftm'. . 71 an, ,nn 1 'Il IL Y' ,A THE XLEMON SQUEEZER R W e , H .' : '. Nw W LXXHL' f in -1 15 Z, 232 fee J 57. Presenter, W. H. BENJAMIN, 57. Receiver, G. R. I-IALLAM, lnw'nz'am 'Ullfllll au! farirzm. Presenter, G. R. HALLAM, 59. Receiver, W. S. COGSWELL, '6'l. Per rzxpcra art' arlra. 4 Presenter, NV. H. WEBSTER, 61. Receiver, N.' B. DAYTON, '63. Y Ne lame: aut jreryfrv, Presenter, R. F. GOODWIN, 63. Receiver, C. W. MUNRO, '65, Facia 71071 verba. Presenter, H. G. GARDNER, 65. Receiver, ROBERT SHAW, 72 ' 6 8 . Senyer Creuens. Presenter. F. L. NORTON, 68. Receiver, E. V. B. .KISSAM '69 Nunquarn mm paraiux. Presenter, JACOB LEROV, 69. Receiver, D. P. COTTON, I'74.. Nulla vfriigria reirorrum. Presenter, WILLIAM DRAYTON, 7I. Receiver, F. O. GRANNISS '73, Aieu 'Adye-:q. Presenter, C. E. WOODMAN, 73. Receiver, C. E. CRAIK '74. 02: rrapd axorrbu. Presenterf R. M. EDWARDS, 74. Receiver, H. V. RUTHERFORD, '76. Inser-uit Hanori. Presenter, C. E. MOORE, 76. Receiver, W. C. BLACKMER, '78. 'Av6piQ'ea0e. Presenter, J. D. HILLS, 78. Receiver, D. L. FLEMING '80, O15 Mycy did' Epyp. KEEPERS OF THE LEMON SQUEEZER. ' 73 EATING CLUB. ...O 1.. C C C QQXA I Ve 41 JV '1 N J '-Q M+mQ44Wm 'Rl . ta ' ,I A ', . K , 1 1861. BG JSCRN C 7 ll . ' ll 'Y 'Y DINING HALL COMMITTEE 1-O .cz-x'R1sTMAs TERM 1 , MELVILLE R. BAILEY, JAMESGS. CARPENTER, WILLIAM N. ELBERT, ALFRED . HARDING, DAVID D. WILLSON. "'Amfilar, DAVID B. VVILLSON. TRINIIY TERM -HNIELVILLE K. BAILEY, HAMES US. CARPENTER, -LWILLIAM N. ELBERT, 1-SYDNEY G. FISHER, +ALFRED HARDING, 1-DAVID B. WILLSON. READING ROOM C7l7'!Zf0l'J'-'COMMITTEE FROM THE JUNIOR CLASS. 1,7'U.Y1'l!'E7lf, GEORGE KNEELAND. Secrclarjf and Treaszmw, J. C. BARROWS. T. M. PECK, F. L. WILCOX ORLANDO HOLWAY. 'Resigned January 28, 1879. 'fkesigned February 18, 1879 -re-elected. ll ' l I 17 . 75 'Y meg Qfflf X -- gb- KEN! 1' 76 I I Y Y .1 ,fr x 5 N .. : , 4' ',n :M 'h-SX -' .: X' .1 :lie-:ky Q I l ,' -ess' 'F B N-Qtr 5,1 T, If .::' 11"-bil -4 i, 1'::-.-I-. A 'I , A ?f5ifS L wg-gg . ff Ili? , , 21 sf.. 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On wlth the dfmce Iet Joy be unconfined' Wo sleep txII morn when youth and pIe'1sure meet To chmse the glowmg hours wlth Bymg feet EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE J' 9 CARPENTER W N LLBERT GEORGE IxNEEI AND ORR BUFFINGION W N ELBEIXI B B GAI LAUDET ORR BUBFINGION GEORGE KNEELAND HOIFMAN MIIILR A 'I MASON W IxIDGLLY II'AIxEN E D APPI E I ON ROBTRI ISAIXCLAV S C,AIxI I N II I C II CARII Ix VV N ELBLIXI B I3 GALI AUIJLI G S IIUNIINGION GEORGE 1xNLI I AND X I MASON MEMBERS NV IxIDC I IY I EAIxEN I' C IxUS5LI L I NV SIIII MAN S A QWVI NSON NV XV WLIEIS I NVII COX G WII I IAMS NI XOU1 NV BLACII H . . 4 . , . I ' t . . . ' ,, I . I. . I . ' , . . ' 4 4 7 I , 4 VI . LEADERS . . I IMI, . . .1 ' , ' 4 "" , 4 I 4 4 v r. : ' I " . , , . . . , , 1 4- 4 f 4 . 4 , . . . 4 'H , . I 15, J' " ' , 4 H , 4 I 1 ,.4. . , , , 1 , ORR BUI7I"ING'I'ON, YV. C. SIIEIJDON, J. . ' 'If "CQ, '. ' , 1 H 4 -, . 4 . . . . , . . . . , . , 4 T ,VI T . . , . . , . . ' A . 'V ', F. ,. . ' ', . Q. 'I I , C. I. I , .", ' ' ' ' fi , ', A. 1 . ' NIG, 1 . H. , G. . 7 ' . TRINITY DRAMATIC COMBINATION I. mr' X l -:Qff f! XXff i X Jloifa VZYIEIICS the SPICC of Llfe MANAGEMENT Sfzltgf. flfallmlu W RIDGELY LEAKEN Pnymg Illzm GEO1xGE KNEIII AND OUR ATTRACTIVE STOCK COMPANY PICINICI cle Ballet l3'1llm.t Oul Cupxcl Oxchestm 11. IllSll Cmnt 11. Mulgctf: 'l 14. I xvmg Sl c.ln.ton '1 xc DLIIIIISIILS '1 me Monutexy Belles 1 IC Clog and Dance 'xllf1StS, The CllZl.111p10l'l Box 1.15 etc , L A LANIHFR A '1 MAsoN II C LOV1 RXDGL Vlums B1 xc lx Ama W11111. W S Moonv Me'-sms Lrmlxv Ama A1 111 ION 80 G E P1 Runs Vlcssm TISIII R AND Sm I ION lVIODJISlxA KNID 5 A D Rolsuu BARLIAY MQCRAQIXAN and BALL blIll'MAN :md Clxuvl MPR, 82 eu , etc 79 ll ' Ir ' If , -NLM QQ: - if N wlllll. il N ,' ugly il wx lxlmlzyl "" V,V'- ' vllq-El,l'l,l2i lllY"l'l Mall ' ll g-- Mwlyflvzl ,QL M W2 ll l ' :-- I, ,r Q : 1 XX ' Xl If - ., ,,... ,. X 'fl X n- ' ,N f X f ,, f f ull llll X 3 lllll ' l -., - - ,. . I 'H l Sulv ' ' - - I . 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I an lf nr , n xxdll y K ,ii -,,... ....- A YE SPIRIT SEEKERS Oh ' Muse, assist the pmlse to sung Of ten brave youths, whose glououb deeds 'Vhl e thxs broad v'1le w1th anthems ung A more thctn hunmn pou er lt needs Heroes lll contest due have fought, Men, gmnts, bectsts, 'tll thmgs of hfe Out g1ll'1nt youths 'mspnxng sought Wlth S1Jllll.SLf0l.ll to join lll Stxlfe The lemders lW"Lll1 were broad and tall Well known were they 'ts Aps and Polee Then T'1ff 1nd George by no l116'1l1S snvtll, Who cheered the rest wlth song ind Joke Fhen, fOllOXVlllg two fxoln Hoosic I"1lls Cune Chrnhe, Newt 'md Bruner oo But lrttcly come to College Hills Fhrough crowded stleet 'md dlsnml 1'1ne Wlth fluttering hemlts, they 0llNV"l.ICl g 'l hen lOllfV sought gonl 'tt lftst wttrtxn And put-.e they fwltel ncvex o Up n'tr1ow stuns, lll slngle hle Through piwmge dark, they gxope then wly E"LCl1 v'nnly trxes to force '1 smlle And SllIJCI'Sl.ll.lOl.lS fC'llh allay Leavlng wnhout both co'1t 'Ind Utne, They enter Ill with feehngs queer Thu. thought dwells Ill each fevexed bvun Abundou hope xx ho enter h The medlum '1 uomrtn old Thus 0lClEl'S 111 '1 hollow tone Now e'1ch Pm llClglllJOl'S hwnd must hold Wlule semted ln '1 mystxc zone A dollar, the accustomed fee Is pfud , the woman then explalns If you by chance no spmts s , E'tch one hls money then l'8g'llllS K N ' CD -, I J . If l ,Hb FN I - e..- 7 : ..- -. - ui W . -' . 1. -l '. .' I A F -' 1 .. l . Q " . . ' . .' " 3 l 1 Y . V I . 1 L . n l - 4 I -4 A ' ' v ll Pl IC - 7' t . , 44 t H' u 1, yn W S., 1 -3 3 .,1 ' - ' - 7 1 I ' 't 41 .', , ,rs ' .' un v H as . '..,,ut . . . . s ' 1 , And " Fred " Q in all 0. noble crew. r ' K ' 'hi If . . , . . , f ' 1 -. '.' . ' og 1 ' B-.' 1. t n.' t 1 , . v-- - f . '- '-n ! L l V' I ' l.. ' S' 1 xy , . , V . . . ,K , 41. A . ' -I' . ' L ., l Y n' ,Q . I : L .T I 1 " ' . 1 1 X ' H . . 3 . I h ' . X If ' ., .K ' : " ' . f ' - ere." A . ' l Y l y ' .' . : ll ' ' 'w . . . . . . , l ' .' 4 ' 1 ' in v I. , Q s l , I . ,-- " . ee I- K u" Q l 4 Q I I 1 I 1 8o ' ,a i x -ltr 1 ll 3 45 o If ' " The doors are locked and bolted fast 3 The lights put out 3 black darkness reigns. Alas l all hope of flight is past 5 Poor " Taft' " from shrieking scarce refrains. " VVhat's that I hear," young " Hoo" cries out, " A tinkling banjo passed my head l Spooks, devils, demons are about 1 " Then " Sic" nigh swoons in mortal dread. The air is now with mystery filled, As o'er their heads weird music rings. By ghostly touches each is thrilled, And frantic to his neighbor clings. Our students soon regain their pluck, And stzorn both ghosts and fiends of hell g One by the banjo being struck, Grabs it, another snares a bell. But see yon form l what can it be That from the eurtained alcove glides? Both " l"red " and " Charlie " fain would flee, XVhile " George " his head in terror hides. Then " Aps," more bold than all the rest, An apple draws from Oltt bis pocket, And strikes the ghost upon the breast- It flees as swift as any rocket. The medium storms with anger dire 5 Right quickly then tlie students rise, Seize coat and hat, in haste retire 3 Each bangs the door, and booting flies. Now, of this fact, we are quite sure, Departed spirits ne'er do dwell In mortal breasts, but ether pure Is by them filled, and also -1. The students wished at home they'd stayed, And vowed when next on pleasure bent, They would not seek the spirits aid. -ie -x- ai- -ie The medium for fraud to jail was sent. S1 A FX? xx 3 Wg XL W Sy "1 'W-C Plex Uoyuzim Hmc abxte dum est fhrzzltas Gus D1 134110 Galllfo CONSCIEINTIOUS GJ FRESHIE ABHORS THE LUs'rs OF THE FLESH 12 ' ' 12 '-M' N , : 'J' Q zvw ' I I E j,AY ., e fX-: a T,Q' A Cv , Y. 9' lx! 5 Q '.. - I ' ' ' 5 W5 A' 'sz 4, if?-Eff ' ' ' - Q'L ' Wi ' - .. -V H - -Y h ,H -0- ll . ll 17 ' 82 wr 1 , iw ,0 1 lwwfffff 'Q 4 , f ,1fc1ff1, 11111W m117' 545' ff IWK14, My fjflf 10 f yy WWW IW ZW l ' 'Q 67' 49ZyZ W QWWX1 fwmz 1 1 1 11 WWW! f if inf ffl 5 ffwgf The W nd GQ too strong for the Faculty Q11 CUTS FROM CHAPEL AND RECITATIOINS FURIXISHED AT ALL HOURS Appbf to the class of SI I l ' I I ' g 1 I ..1,1 QT' Kwai! .HL 1 L, , . 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' .WEN WN R :ey ,,v-,S MAM5 . BX tn W W N .PfL'Ji!f8llf, W. B. NELSON. Vz'ce-Prerifivlzi, W. S. MOODY, JR. Scrretavy, S. G. FISHER. Trmrurer, D. B. WILLSON. Tifzze-Kccprr, D. L. FLEMING. Admznrc Agwzl, W. F. FRENCH. fllrzrzzlzmlalor, W. L. CROSBY. Gmcral Director, H. C. LOVERIDGE. janitor Aulrze, F. I-I. GREENE. " Terriers," the Sophomore Class. " Rats," the Freshman Class." The enterprising representatives of the press always on hand, attended, aided, and abetted by " la creme de la creme de la haute volee ' of Hartford's best society. Whitehead may be ordered at 10.45 P. M. ll I II 84 'Y "I THE HAPPY HOWL CLUB gl? B la GALLAUDET J s CARPENTER w R LTAREN, IROBERI' BARCLAX T M PLCR A T MASON P W SHIPMAN CAPTAIN 0? 3- SINGLE H OWLS Ec'm'R1 ADONIS S1 RIORIUS Blur H1 xx CARDIN KL ADMIR KI Nlxlol rom GI ORGI l VV B Carl! Cmflle Carl In Down zu fl Lua! jlflllr. Il aj Down .Sfmlh IH Me ff zmzlmz xllfh 111111, ana' fl! ns Sm 1 A0141 11111111104 W' Oh my 11111 Ll LALII Illnszral Izzslrnrtw and Dmrlw ALL lTl-IE, H owLs Where oh where IS Tfllllly Hull now? Whexe oh where 1S the old Qlmrtette non 1 Whexe oh where lb Orcustro. mused non 7 C1 b Here ln the Happy H owl u H OUR REFRAIN All 1t once there comes a tmppmg As xf some one gently mppmg ur outer doom By George O tm only th Ato And nothmg more Ah t Y 85 'Ili -. O S Lx X ,z V 'j "-T - ,- A my N, . f if ,fly A ' , f 1 , 'QM V we -gn fl ". hi ' Sfm- f- . 'wg 'lim-, 'D 4 , I Pm 'Lf1,lf5:g5',31 E I gf , ,T . 1 . g-r , ""y,.1'l ill' lf, , Ylglgwlg r1"ff fw.l1'l,' ,. my .'l"'wr :ff :G ' ff :V g15L.M',:3':2'.n7 4 f' I Y ' ,G1WZ'p'l!f'w v ' f'g:vff"+1'2" fic' 1 X 1-.1-,U -, v-". 6 I 'flfvi ' . 4,4-R - 'fs 13' P- -- N 7: 'V N "I ' . , 1' Lx , I L 'y'YY u ,ey 1 ., ,, . ,-" 4 4 ls v . 11 Ls , ' ' , ' , " . . , . ., , , R . -I . L ' , ea 5 .. n.'Yl u ,' , . ' ' 41 5 1 f 1, u A 2 it Yun uJ,. , WTS I ' . 1 ' I 4. .1 ,, I .H H 4, lg, If-H--, . . , H f an U 'ff' f .' f' fly-" . - I ,- . . U , , ' , H l ,. .,' U ' ', , LH! . U 1, . , r T 1 V . J . , 4 - 'w ll ' ' , ll , . . . - H l . 1- ,? . .5 w ,, . . , H . 4 ' . ' u , H A 4 L ' , . s . ' . v - ... - A 1 .- gg I ll QU Il SATURDAY NIGHT CATERWAUL. 141 1 f ' J L45 Ll! Goodness me Why what was that P Chlent be It was the cat V ' Mzdsurzzvfzer Nxght .r Dream Act 7 CATACOMBS No 20 JARVIS HALL. LEADER THEODORE 'I HOMASCAT P O K CATALOGUE OF' MEMBERS Muck 21 Muck O11e fine old rcfli T15 ru be'111t1fully nruked ve1y 1are M1r1'1 A 1e'11 old beck fence yowlcr Bflcchus 'Spire cat of the Illzwx order 'l 'mffy DOlnCHtlC 11110111 known by lts yellow co1t 'md p1etty collar ohn Thonms Texouous heist not yet fully ClOll1Lbtlt'!ZfCLl YLU1illl7C Ict c'1t A f'1vo11lc YVltll tl1e ffur su. on "LLCOl1l'lt of lllS s1lky wl11sker'-. IIyperml'11cet1c. lwm klttens from the Sohd South AfHf'1lCCtlC Sftudoph Not fond of rats though c1s1ly plemsed Wlfll 1 mltlt, Mal1ersl11l'1Ilnsl1b'17 Does not tl1r1ve 111 thls cl1me on 'lccount of l11s n'1111e N1x SIIOXV wl11te cnt f1o1n ne1gl1bor1ng gxrret Noted for l11s bwsm. VOlCC ' ft I vig ' I ll , . L l y Y . . , - , . . ' Y ' , . . . ll ' IL l - 11 U- I , 11 fl 1v- ,' ' t . ' . I t . 11 J , H... 4 . .' V - ,- ' ' . , . " S11o0zer."--Five-toed cnt. Great living wonder. Escaped from Bil1'11lllTl'S. 11 ,t ', n-L4 J n 1 ' K' .,, t. '. .. , 1 , ., ,. 14 vt - vs T Y X 'l ' ' 11 nv 1 ,- ' I, x . . - . ., .. . 1 . 4 5 I -' I api' Q ' . lf' I l ' 1 n H ' .H-" ' 4 ' ' I 71 . . L . ' l . A . I I 1 Y 86 lk , l an II 17 BEVERAGE CAT-NIP TEA fbottled by G. F. Heublein 8: Bro.j . 0.1..- FAVORITE HYMN TUNE Paws Amelia Oh I don t mmd tellmg that I had a llttle cat Marm was the darlmg creature s name And every nlght at elght She sat upon the gate And thus unto the nelghbor s dld exclalm Oh Thom'1s V Oh Thomas ' Thomas why don t you Keep up to your PYOUIISCI Oh Thomas ' Oh Thomas ' Thomas I m weary wlth Wiltlng for you 3 o clock A M Assembly dlsperse to seek rat erplllows iw 22, 'I G H , . . , - . N , . lf-950' X: si! -'ia I A " I' ' I ln : ..- 'H-9 A K. 1 I ' ' I . 87 1 U ll ' I ll If Q7 2 he mtamwpzcmt Knew THE MAGOOSELUMS ORR BUFFING'1 ON C'l.Pf21lll and Coxswam B WII LSON Stroke HOLWAY Port Stroke W JONES Starboard Watst K BAILEY Port Waxst A KIIMPE Starboard Bon L CROSBY Bow I A LANPHER Ballast SIR JOSEPH PORTER K C B Coach UNIFORM Blue Spectacles and Yellow Stockxngs PROPERTY The splcndld seven oared scow Pmafore REGATTA on the Lululenla Su: The course was the regular Magooselum course 'md was twelve quarter mlles ln length The race was a very brlllmnt affair At preclsely 3 oclock p m he crews started The boats kept alongsldc each other for a short time but superlor skull soon began to tell 'md the Magooselums drew away from their opponents wlnnmg easlly In the remarkable trme of twelve quarter hours --fflart ard Courant Od 28 1878 RECORD Entered for the Champxonshxp The MAGOOSELUMS Wmners The MAGOOSELUMS Tune I2 quarter hours Dutancr I2 quarter mtles .1 'J 6 A - 0 D. . , , . O. , . I C. . , ' ' . M. . , ' . E. . ' ', ' '. I - W. . , . "The Fifth Annual Regatta of the Magooselum Navy was held yesterday " ' '. '. ' ' . . t . . . . . I -,,4 f , - , -J l 1 88 ll . 'Y TRINITY COLLEGE CHESS OFFICERS WHITE Prerzdml MAQON VzcePre.r1dent F W A T W RODGERS Secretary D WILLSON Treasurer MEMBERS J s CARPENTER D B W1LLsoN F W WHITE GEORGE KNEELAND ROBERT BARCLAY J c BARROWS W R LEAKEN W J RODGERS F R CURTIS MORTON STONE T MASON P GRINT c WASHBURNE REINEMAN c CURTISS W WEBB CLUB . J. , . . B. , . f f , ' X A. . , A. . , L- - , A. , H. . , W. . '. Ir ' - 89 G URELIAN CHESS W BEACH WEBB LEAKEN PECR THE HOLWAY ORR BUFFINGTON B WILLSON L CROSBY A KEMPE CARPENTER P BURGWIN TI WNIII POKUR CLUB A T MASON J 9 CARPENTER ROBERT B XRCI AX R A WHITE KLUB Molto A pan' 1n the hand corrupts good m Stl"llght Flush Four of a Kmd Full Hwnd Three lungs '1 wo P'urs One Pa1r Bob tful Flush RDHCFS Corwrucxus N uf im: -' ' wx f Ta Y,Q-f fi 4 QQ 52? M wg. . W. W. ' , . . . 7 ' , W. R. , ' : , ', T. M. ', . . '. O. , ..... ' ' . D. . , ..... 4 . W. . , ..... " E. . , . . . ' . C. , ..... ' A. . , .... -.' I I I I I I 'Y If 90 R . wif ALPHA DELTA PHI WHIST CLUB " 'N Z ., F r'L"'. .. ffl ii-fi.V" A L . REDS. 1rL,1c1r.s'. A GEORGE KNEELAND, SO. R. VERNAM BARTO, 32, CHARLES H. CARTER, 82. BERNARD M. CARTER, S2 H Reds, 527. , Sam' Blacks, 519. Total Points Played, IO46. DELTA PSI WHIST CLUB B. STAPK, 7 G. E. PEPKINS, R. H. NELSON, N373' J. B. BRAENERD. 1358' WHIST QUARTETTE A. T. MASON, L. c. WASHBURNE, W. W. WEBB, T. M. PECK. SOUTH SECTION EUCHRE CLUB D. L. FLEMING, A. P. GRINT, W. J. RODGERS, A. W. REINEMAN. 91 President, . Secretary, Captain, . Mate, . Purser, Steward, mini Minh. loi D. C. FLEMING. H. C. BLACK. OFFICERS AND CREW D. L. L. B. H. C A. W. R.T A. P. FLEMING, BIDWELL, BLACK, REINEMAN, REINEMAN, GRINT. W. J. RODGERS. J. c. BARROWS. C. s. cooK. H. c. LOVERIDGE YE PIPE OF PEACE "Nec le Povnileat mlama lrivimc !a6e!!um." Grand Sachem, Ye Keeper of ye Calumets, Spread Eagle, Big Injun, Red-as-dawn, Tuneful Cayote, Crazy Horse, Little Pappoose, ' 1856 92 D. B. W1LLsoN. ORR BUFFIIJGTON. T. M. N. GEORGE. A. E. PATTISON. W. L. Caosnv. ORLANDO I-IOLWAY. L. A. LANPHER. W. T. ELMER. ef. rd we X m'EQg::ft.f . 9 TABLET EDITORS FROM '79. i0T Jblamzging Edilor, D. B. WILLSON. J. S. CARPENTER, ALFRED HARDING M. K. BAILEY, R. L. WINKLEY, ORR BUFFINGTON. POPULAR SCIENCE CLUB.' GEORGE W. BEACH. LAWSON B. BIDWELL, HENRY C. BLACK, DAVID L. FLEMING, ORLANDO HOLWAY. ' TRINITY COLLEGE EXPORTS. We went home to our " sisters and our cousins and our aunts." X DAVID BUCHANAN WILLSON. SYDNEY GEORGE FISHER. LOUIS ALBERT LANPHER. FREDERICK WYNDHAM WHITE. 93 ZW 1J:JLnmuJ:imu. Judge HENRY G. SMITH, M.A., '28, Dled - The Rev. MARTIN H. M00DY, M.A., ,3 Dled October 3Ist, I878 The Rev. JOHN HAMILTON CORNISH, M.A mea may 2-uh, lava Gen. WALTER PHELPS, M.A., '49. Dled February 28th, I878 DAVID FRANCIS BANKS, M.A., ,63. Dled August 29th, I878 EDWARD INGERSOLL WARREN, '80. mea Apru ern, 1818 P1'0f. ALBERT ENSIGN CHURCH, mea March 30th, lava Rev. SAMUEL CHASE, D.D. Dled January l5th, I878 JAMES GOODIVIN, med March lsrn, I878 Esq. JAMES WILLIAMS C"Profcss0r Jimvj. mea May zorn, I878 94 6 -s he 'Imigaelo CHAPLAIN, - - - THE PRESIDENT. ORDER OF SERVICES COMPULSORY Daily Morning Prayer at 8 a. m. Daily Evening Prayer at 6 p. m. Qexcept attendance upon three evenings of each weelcj. Sunday, roi or 102 a, m. QChurch in the Cityl, 4-5 p. m. Easter, 82 a. m., 415 P- ln. Ash Wednesday and Good Friday at 105- a. m. and 4Q1J. m. Maundy-Thursday, 711- p. m. Ascensio VOLUNTARY Sundays, Holy Communion, 8 a. m. Holy Days, Holy Communion IIE n-Day, 8 a. ln. a. m. In Lent, Litany Daily, I2-I p. m. In Holy Week, Daily, IZQ- p. m. Evening Prayers are Volun- tary on all Holidays. pm n CHAPEL CHANTS Monday Morning, Vfniie, Tuesday, ' ' f7ub1'!afc, Wednesday, " Litany Hymn, Thursday, ' Hcm'r!z'rlu.v, Friday, " !ll1':cn'rc, Saturday, 71l61'fHfL', .LH ..,-,.. L., ,.- C H A P E L C H O DECAN1. J. H. MCCRACKAN, L. C. WASHBURNE, Illagfnfmt. N un: Dim Evening, ll iltis. Deus Illllvcrmlur. BL'llt?ll'I.6'. Dv Pl'0f1t71!fliJ. Banum url. I R CANTORES. W. RIDGELY LEAKEN, HOFFMAN MILLER, A. P. BURGWIN, J. B. BRAINERD, XV. C. SI-IELDON, JR., C. S. COOK. Orgafzzkl, 95 L. A. LAN PHER. Hmmm ORATORICAL PRIZES fNot yet awarded PRIZE VERSION DECLAMATION JOHN DOVVS HILIS TUTTLE PRIZE ESSAY fNot '1w'1rded CHEMICAL PRIZE ESSAY ISt Prize HORACE BROWN SCOTT 2d Pnze GEORGE SUMNER CHIIWIAN JACKSON PHILOSOPHICAL PRIZE NVILLIAM VIALL CHAPIN LATIN PRIZE IORIN WFBSIER PASCAL FENELON PRIZE GREEK PRIZE HEIN RY MCBRIDE MATHEMATICAL PRIZES Algebra Prue RICHARD ALLYN WHITE Geometry Prxze CHARLES 'WRIGHT FREELAND 82 ALGEBRA PRIZE ARTHUR BEACH LINSLEY 96 li ' "A"i9 hh il 9 O -J . . .9 A BERN BUDD GALLAUDET. DEGREES CONFERRED IN 1878 BACHELOR OF ARTS, CUM HONORE In Elkins and Melaphyxirx, Chemisfry and Natural Scieme. JOHN DOWS HILLS. JOHN WILLIAMS. In Ethirx, fllclaphysics and Englimh. GEORGE SUMNER CHIPMAN. GEORGE HERBERT MOFFETT. BACHELOR OF ARTS, IN COURSE ' WILLIAM COLE BLACKMER. CHARLES WALTER BOYLSTON. RICHARD MABIE CAMPBELL. WILLIAM VIALL CHAPIN. CHARLES HUNTER. AUGUSTUS JULIAN LYMAN. WILLIAM SHERMAN MADDOCK. HORACE BROWN SCOTT. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HAYWOOD SHREVE. GEORGE TAYLOR STEWART. WILLIAM ROLLINS WEBB. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, IN COURSE JAY CLARENCE DEUEL. FRANK DE PEYSTER HALL. 97 MASTER OF ARTS, IN COURSE. lqgpl. THE REV. WILLIAM HENRY LEWIS. FRANK KENNEDY. THE REV. WILLIAM BYRON BUCKINGHAM. EDGAR SNYDER, M.D. HARRY EDWARD WHITNEY. CLARENDON COBB BULKLEY. WILLIAM EDMOND CURTIS, JR., LL.B. THOMAS MCLEAN. CHARLES DAVIES SCUDDER, M.D. SETH ENOS SMITH. THE REV. EDWARD WILLIAM WORTHINGTON. THE REV. JOHN HAZEN WHITE, Kenyon College. MASTER OF ARTS, I-IONORIS CAUSA GEORGE WASHINGTON EGLESTON, New YorkCily. DOCTOR IN DIVINITY THE REV. HORACE FAITHFULL GRAY, M.A., Gupzrx Chrixli Callqgu, Oxford, "ad L'IHl!l'L'lll,H 12850. THE REV. HIRAM CARLETON, M.A., Alz'd'1z'!ch1uy Callqgc, Karina' of Christ Church, Falmouth, films. THE REV. NVILLIAM AUGUSTUS HITCHCOCK, M.A., TfI'I1Z,U', Rcclnrof Trflzibf Churrh, Pill.vh1n'g, Pa. DOCTOR OF LAWS THE HON. DWIGHT WHITFIELD PARDEE, M.A., T rinigv, -'fudgc of the Saqfreme Caur! of the Stale of Camzvrlicul. 98 'r- N.- .n .3 -I- 1836. 1837 1838 1339 1840 1841 1842. 1843 1844 1845 1846 1847 1848 1849 1850. 1851 1852 1853 1354 1855 1856 COLLEGE MARSHALS. Pliny A. Jewett. Albert Dodd. George W. Beers. Thomas T. Guion. C. D. Varley. Geo. R. Hall. Francis J. Clerc. john C. Sterling. Samuel Flower. James B. lVakefielcl. David F. Lumsflen. Wm. C. Peters. Edward H. Brinlcy. Samuel Sherman. Charles E. Terry. James W. Smyth. A. Hamilton Polk. J. Gardner White. VV. Butler Krumbhaar. jared Starr. Sidney Hall. oi 1857. 1858. 1859 I860. 1861 1862 1863. 1864. 1865 1866 1867 1868 1869 1870. 1871 1872 1873 1874 1875 1876. 1377 jno. H. S. Quick. Samuel B. Warren. Wm. G. Davies. Wm. B. Tibbitts. G. W. Hugg. john J. McCook. Tl1os. R. Ash. C. T. Olmsted. Charles Wanzer. Henry K. Huntington Howard C. Vibbert. joseph B. Cheshire. Geo. E. Elwell. D. Page Cotton. Jno. W. Gray. Russell Murray. L. M. Plumer. Chas. D. Scudder. Henry H. Brigham. J. Ellis Kurtz. R. B. Brundage. 1878. Wm. N. Elbert. 5 COLLEGE MARSHAL, HENRY C. LovERwGE. ASSISTANT COLLEGE MARSHALS E. D. APPLETONQ B. B. GALLAUDET, ORLANDO HOLWAY GEORGE KNEELAND, L. A. LAN1-HER, W.-R. LEAKEN, M. J. RODGERS, . STEXVART STONE, C. G. WILLIAMS. 99 LIST OF VALEDICTORIANS AND SALUTATORIANS IN TRINITY COLLEGE SINCE 1827. 1827. Isaac Crary. Samuel C. Goldsborough. 1828. Henry G. Smith. William H. Walter. 1829. joshua G. Wright. Samuel S. Lewisf 1830. Augustus F. Lyde. Isaac W. Hallam. 1831. Nathaniel E. Cornwall. joseph R. Ecclcston. 1832. E. Edwards Beardsley. John VV. French. 1833. Hugh L. Morison. Edward Hardycar. 1834. William Payne. Solomon G. I-Iitchcock. 1835. Robert Tomcs. Edwin Van Deusen. 1836. james H. Elliott. Isaac H. Tuttle. 1837. ' - Abner Jackson. John T. Cushing. 1838. Charles Gillette. Cyrus Munson. IOO 1839. Isaac G. Hubbard. Nathaniel O. Cornwall. 1840. Robert B. Fairbairn. Vandervoort Bruce. 1841. VVn1. H. Frisbie. Henry D. Noble. 1842. George Rossiter. Henry C. Preston. 1843. Thomas S. Preston. George Ker. 1844. David P. Sanford. Tilton E. Doolittle. 1845. Robert C. Rogers. John A. Paddock. 1846. john W. Bacon. Samuel M. Whiting. 1847. Samuel Benedict. George S. Gilman. 1878. Benj. H. Paddock. Nath. M. Belden. 1849. . John M. Atwood. George W. Giddings. 1850. John T. Huntington. Daniel E. Loveridge. 1. f1., td. 3 ju SH- ' , -W .Jig 1851. Charles J. Hoadly. Alex. G. Cummins. 1852. Lucius H. Jones. Francis Chase. 1853. Alfred L. Brewer. William G. Spencer. 1854. James H. NVilliams. George D. johnson. 1855. Luke A. Lockwood. Edwin C. Bolles. 1856. Daniel E. Holcomb. Samuel H. Hotchkin. 1857. George B. Hopson. Samuel Hermann. 1858. George S. Mallory. William H. Vibbert. 1859. Samuel B. Warren. Edwin E. Johnson. 1860. Charles H. NV. Stocking. Augustus Jackson. 1861. Arthur W. Allyn. A. B. Jennings. 1862. James B. Murray. George W. Hugg. 1863. John S. Smith. W. N. Ackley. 1864. Robert A. Benton. Joseph F. Ely. IOI 1865. Charles T. Olmstead. Edward P. Johnson. 1866. Samuel Hart. Henry A. Metcalf. 1867. William R. Mackay. George G. Nichols. 1868. Frank L. Norton. Frank H. Potts. 1869. George O. Holbrooke. Arthur McConkey. 1870. George McC. Fisk. Harlow R. Whitlock. 1871. George W. Douglas. Chauncey C. Williams. 1872. Paul Ziegler. james H. George. 1873. Leonard W. Richardson. Oliver H. Raftery. 1874. Edward N. Dickerson. james D. Smyth. 1875. George M. Hubbard. Edward W. Worthington 1876. Isaac Hiester. Chas. E. Moore. 1877. Charles C. Edmunds, Jr. John Prout. 1878. John D. Hills. John Williams. 1515547233 my Qmnpninitmremits. President, Orator, Poet, - Ivy Orator, - Prophet, Chronicler, - Presentation, Epilogue, - 1879 SYDNEY G. Flsimxi. DAVID B. WxLLsoN. M1:LvxLLE K. BAi1.xav. JAMES S. CARPENTER. WINFIELD S. Moonv. FREDERICK W. Wilma. ORR BUIPFINGTON. NVILLIAM E. Porwmn. COMMITTEES N CLASS. Frank N. Shelton, Ch0il'lI11l7l,' L. Webster, W. F. French, W. S. Moody, M. K. Bailey, S. Carpenter. NOIIIINA TING. James S. Carpenter, Cklli7'IIltlll,' W. F. French, D. B. Willson. INVITA TION AND PRINTING. David B. Willson, Chairmang J. Carpenter, S. G. Fisher, Orr Buffington, W. F. French. I V Y. Sydney G. Fisher, Chairman W. E. Potwine, F. W. White ,M. K. Bailey. A'ECEPTIO.NY Frederick W. White, Chairmany W. F.. Potwine, M. K. Bailey, F. N. Shelton. MUSIC. Lorin Webster, Chairmrmg J. S. Carpenter, W. S. Moody. , S UPPER. james S. Carpenter, Chairmany W. E. Potwine,. F. N. Shelton, S. G. Fisher, Lorin Webster. P110 TOGRA PH. Orr Buliington, Chlliflllllllf J. S. Carpenter, W. F. French. ' FINA N CE . David B. Willson. I02 . f 411 . J 5 .flm t . xg 'Ei O ...rn x POND D C1-NLDS, DEALERS IN BOOKS ND STATIONERY HAVE ALL TI-IE NEW PUBLICATIONS. WEDDING SUXTIUNEPLY ABSPEUUXLTY PLATES ENGRAVED And furnished in latest NEW YORK or Bos'roN STYLES, at short notlce. Samples of S'1'ocK and WORK .to be seen at our store, PHCENIX BANK BLOCK . HARTFORD,CONN. 105 Z. P. KING, Manufacturer of ' X FINE CIGARS. And Dealer in Choice Imported Cigars, GIGARETTES, SMOKING AND CHEWHNLG TUWXGGU AND ALL SMOKERS' REQUISITES. 270 MAIN STREET, HARTFORD, CONN C. RUSTFMFYFR, LIVERY AND BUAHUHLG STABLE, 79 HUDSON STREET, HARTFORD, - - CQNN., 11000--1 Good Horses and Car ' g t 1 t t R sonable Terms. Specxal attentlon IS glv t ll p shmg Ommbusse d C g f 'IOWER PARIIES' d ll tl Pl E C gef hdtyt fEtt tWddg dFel 6 and L37 ,Nd SPECIAL STYLES Gents' Hats and Caps STILLMAN 81 CU.'S, THE FASHIONABLE HATTERS. STUDENTS' ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR FINE SELECTED STOCK. All our line goods are made especially for us in the leading New York and Boston styles. ATTRACTIONS FOR GENTLEMEN. COVEY Sz SMITH, HO IERS, GLOVER AND SHIRT MAKERS. IMPORTERS Ol' ENGLISH NECK-WEAR, UNDERWEAR, IIOSIERY, DENT'S KID GLOVES, And of all the latest novelties in Men's Fine Furnishings. C1 J' S SHIRTS TO ORDER. SOLE AGENTS IN HARTFORD FOR THE TROY LAUNDRY. Collars and Cuffs Laundered for Two Canis Eark. COVEY 8: SMITH. I07 Q 5 ALONZO WHITE, PAPER AND STATIONERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. HEADQUARTERS FOR LEROY W. FAIRCHILUS Gold Pens, Pencils, HOLDERS, CHARMS, etc. THE BEST GOOOS IN THE MARKET. AZZ Goods Warranted as Represented nd at prices that defy competition. .-.igpl 12 QENTRAL RGW, A MARBLE BLOCK, HARTFORD, - - CONN. 1145+ iff! ...V MITH MEDICATEDPRUNES ff' ' LAXATWE AND UATHABTIU Pleasant to the Taste, Cer-tam to Have the Desxred Effect Wrthout Grupmg CURE BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION AND LIVER TROUBLES lFASANlFR to the laste than the Preserved Prune N Medlcme ever mtroduced to the pubhc has met w1th such deserved success as SMVLHS MEDICATED PRUNIS They take the place of the many n'1use'1t1ng, dlSEllSlZ1Ug doses gwen for B1llOLlSl'1CS'i and Constlpmtron For Chlldren, when the Stomach IS Dxsordered the 'longue Coated, one half of 'L Medrcated rune eaten 'Lt bedtlrne w1ll act hkm. '1 charm to the httle sufferer For an adult, one Medlcated Prune acts as an Ape rlent, two have the effect of a Cathart1c P111 W1tllOl1lZ grxpmg fhey leave the Bowels IH a perfectly natural state lor CON s11PAT1oN they promote easy and regular evacuatlons, the state of the Bowels becomes well ordered 'md natural, 'md unasslsted actlon 19 estabhshed The medrcatlon IS ENTIRELY VEGETABLE and Healthful They are recommended by leadmg physxcrans We owe the success of SM111-Is MEDICATED PRUNES to the advlce of several of our Hartford Physlclans of well known experlence SMI'1H'S MEDILATED PRUNES are sold 1n one half pound Glass jars contammg 24 prunes All Druggrsts sell them a 109 lvl ' I A n I V . ' 7 7 ' X - Er ' V " P' up-y f fy, xnxx .5 I . y , I J J ' ' J ' . . o L . A . .' . ' ' - ' 2. ' L L 1 . . v Y . Q . ' I n n 1 n L 1 . . . 1 - Q s , C - L L P L 1 1 . x ' A- , 4 . . . I C I . . . I ' I ' c L . T " ' c L c c . . . V . . rw , ' I 1 1 w . LUDLOW BARKER 81 CO MUSIC Dealers 153 and 155 Asylum St HARTFORD CONN r CHICKBRINC WLBER HAZIIYION BROS HAINLS BROS KRANICH X BACH l SOHMLR X CO S IIANOS ill MASON LS. IIAMLIN CABINEI ORCJAN N ORGANS TO RENT STUQX BEST E: ASLMPS BUT GLASSWABE PARIANS BPLJNZES TUIMGCO BOXES Etc Etc CHAS F HURD 81 CO 231 and 233 Main St HARTFORD CONN C KREUZER BOOT AND SHOE MAKER No 69 Asylum Street, HARTFORD CONN Repaimng Neatly Done STRONG 8: WOODRUFF I-Iatters, No. 355 Main Street, HARTFORD, CONN. Fine Goods. Nobby Styles. ' I I . 1 I O ., 3 ., , . We represen ' ', ' ' , J ' , ., C' ant .' 7 C' .' 1 ', ant ie " - , " ' . P I A N O S A D , . MUSICAL GOODS of every description, such as Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Accorclcons, Drums, Metronomes, Strings, etc. w J J ! ' ! ., . O O O, 1, ' , I ' : 7 C , . , 7 ll 'I IIO X ALEXANDER CURRY, BOOTS AND SHOES, Repairing Neatly Done. No. 11O Retreat Avenue, HARTFORD, CONN. LITHUGRAPHIU PRINTERS WOOD ENGRAVERS. Tl Cover of this book was printed by us. The cuts in the fr d back of the IVY were llthographed by us. KELLOGG 81 BULKELEY CU. 175 Pearl Street, HARTFORD, OONN. I III LLY HOU E OR. OF ASYLUM AND TRUMBULL STS Five Minutes walk from Depot, Rg J. ALLYN, Proprietor. Horse Cars pass the door to alnd from the Depot - every ten minutes. ll ll II2 143, 1,47 4.09 ll ' ' ll yy 17 SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. Talcott 81 Post AVE ln tllell' S111 Depmtment the l.C'1Cll11g males 111 French El1gllSl1 and AI11eI'lC'l.l1 Black Cololed and I"111cy Brocade Sllks also Sllk novel t1es for the Co111b1n'1t1o11 Costume DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT Soft Wool F8.bl'lLS 34 and 4 'llama Clollls Illomzf. Bm as Alb'1t1oss Cloths Wlth shades of tflmmlng S1lk and Prmges to match CARPET DEPARTMENT Our Forelgn and Amerlcan Carpets just landed at our store 'ue worthy the attent1on of large and close buyers There IS no branch 1n the m'1nuf1ctur111g busmess of th1s country that has made such headway 1n producmg such be'111t1 ful and mftgmficent goods as the Carpet makers It IS really '1 grand mferinm ment .rflow to look at the fine noveltles 1n Carpets and Borders now bemg opened CURTAIN AND SHADE DEPARTMENT 'lhe new C11rt'11n Mitellal of 111110 Szlk to match furmture lf deslred 'md the heavy momze clotl1 for the Comb1nat1on Lambmque or long Curtam w1th the old COTHICC and F1xt11res PAPER HANGINGS AND BORDERS There are many qlllte new noveltles 1n the better class of papers that are up 1n style to the most expenswe FIESCO P'1111t1ng O11r patterns are adapted to ou1 patterns 111 WlltOl1 Axmxnster and Brussels Caxpets the colorlng when need be w1ll ll'1l'l'l10IllLC w1tl1 the colormg 111 th Carpet II:1per1encc,d Carpet Layers 'md Papex I"I'1I'ILClS f111n1sh1.d bv 11s GENERAL DRY GOODS BUTTONS AND FRINGES F1ench and All'lCIlC'll1 Glllgllims Lmen Coods VVh1te Goods rl"Ll'l!lClS C1o'1k1ngs full l1ne of Elegant Dress B11ttons Elegant Sllk Frmges made to order at short notlce We 1llV1tC xnspectlon The Great Ba1g'11n today 4 4 Foul'1rd C'1mbr1cs 611 cents tl1e yard TALCOTT Sn POST . -l--- i . . Q 5 A A . I C . , . . ' . , . ', ' . 4. . - " "5 . . ' ' - . ' ' C ' - s 1 ' 7 U ' l I 4 s D .' s ' . .1 C 4 . . 1 .- 1 l ' - 1 ' . . s f ' -I ' .1 , l L l , . l. , . . ' . . 1 c ', 4 , c . . . C . , . the novelties, in way oi the Rings, Fringes and Poles, are a great advance over G K l ' l 1 .. I I K. ' 4' -4. . 1 K 0 1 s . 6 4 4 C , G U. ' ' , ' F. K . . ' ' X 1 . s ., . x . . e C I 4 I . I s - , 6 .- B ,. .. . 'I , . , - ' ' ,' ' 'l 4 I 7 1 ', l J ', . , 4 1 ', 1 . V, ' r' " v '- ll l ' ' c . D . . D S . K. , - 1 s . - , 1 1 - . . nn I , I I 3 ' 7 I nn UIGAAETTES in TCIQACCC, NEW YORK. CAPORAL, ST. JAMES, AMBASSADOR, CAPORAL Z, ST. JAMES M, MATINEE. Tuonoucnmu-an FIN:-: HAVANA, ALI. Toimcco. THE NEW CIGARETTE AND TOBACCO, SAINT CAPCPLAL, FINE, MILD AND SWEET. Papier Persan and Courtier Cigarette Paper in Books. Warrant Pure Tobacco, and Rice Paper only used. Beware of imitations and counterfeits. All genuine have above fac- simile signature. Sold by all Dealers. Messrs. L. G. BURGESS' Son 8: Co., having for a number of years made the manufacture of College Fraternity Jewelry a Specialty, are thoroughly con- versant with its demands. Using only the best materials, and employing only skilled workmen, enables them to produce a line of goods which for beauty and durability of finish fare unequalled. They make neither Plated nor Filled work, but Solid only, and guarantee all their goods. Their prices have recently been reduced, but they have no competition with houses making work at SEEM- INGLY low prices, which are inferior in both quality and finish. " The best is the cheapest." No. io PLAIN STREET, Albany, N. Y. ll I ll If 'Y II4 HOSIERS, GLUVEPLS ,AND SHIRT MAKERS, E. M. az W. WARD, 862 BROADWAY, om-. 14th st., NEW'YORK Branch Store, 881 BROADWAY, Cor. Whxte St. SAUNDERS. Tailor, QPost-Office Buildingj RD, ALF RPT .QW, CIGARS, Tobacco, Snuii Pipes, etc. 131 MAIN STREET, HARTFORD, CONN. AMOS IQARNED 81 CO., GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE BCDCTS AN D SHGES SUPERIOR QUALITY, IJo.Z347'BIain Street, HARTFORD, CONN. 1:5 Boosrs PHARMACY PURE DRUGS AND CHIIIIUIIS. Imported and Domestic Cig'21I1'S. Pure Wines and Liquors. BASS ALES and G1liDDGS,S Dublin Port-e1'. FANCY TOILET RIQUSIIIS. SODA :md MINERAL NVATERS ON DRAUGHT. Prescrzptio Ca, fully and A t Zy .Dispensed E? Observe the Address: POST OFFICE BUILDING, Q46 Main St., I12L1'tfOI'd. 1136 AROMATIOUE N I1'I11301tSCl Ge1111a11 B1tte1s, ozuefully con so1e11t1ous1y and so1er1t1floa11y prepaled by TI-I LAPPE Neud1ete11do1f, G6I'1Il3,11Y sue oessfully used by the lefmdmg Pl1ys1o1a,ns of Europe and South Amenoa fO1 the past Hfty yefus 111 -111 demngements of the Stomach and L1V61 A oe1ta111 ou1e fO1 G11111s and FGV61 Dumb Ague, D5 Qspepem, 13111111031 1357361113015 Coho, eto Recommended by DR HESS DR MED GROYEN DR E H NIGOLAI, -i4np-- G F PHNH lHN'8 BRO HAR 1 FORD CONN Sole Agents for the Unzted States gl Canada G F HEUBLEIN 8: BRO SMOIXF ELAGUILA UIGAHS Rema V1ctor1a Elegantes and Opera Rema PLHlNEWlNES ULARETS S AUTE RNES Krolltllal, Apolllnarls and Ilunyadl Janos NATURAL MINERAL WMERS BO'1TLERS OF MN SELECTED PRIME MANILLA AND THE FINESI VUELTU ABAJU TUBAIICU Lwger Beer Bass Sz Co Engllsh Ale 'md Gumnes s Stout 40 Mulberry and 88 and 90 Welles St, HARTFORD, CONN I G F HEUBLEIN 81 BRO ll I7 1 I ' I I I I I W 7 I 1 fs W ' 1 1 - 7 . . . . - 1 . 1 - ' 7 7 . . . C. . , 1 1 , f i . 1 Qc c I 1 I . I i 'I . 1 . , . . 4 . T V 1 -. ' M 1 v 1. I 1 c c . 1. , ' , . , l , I I , I I I Royal lf1r.v.r1'au Chcnnlvl. I Surgeon on the St1?1f1'a1 Mr I 1llc1!'iml Cozmscllor fo the l"remz'f.':'. Kaya! lCe.n'r'z1c I o.glu'm1. . Q . , f - , . , . ' J I I II w , IMPORTERS OF I J J . . . ' ,V etc., r DEPOT FOR I I A . . " A UFACTURED OF . w . Y . L , . . , ' . . . l I ' 0 4 'SA 4 , . ' ' - u l l ll l ll 1' TI-IE LATEST. FPAGHANT TEUTY Elm, "STRAIGHT"-Rare Old Virginia. "I-Ialves"-Rare Old Perique and Virginia. New combinations of these Fragrant Tobacco, gotten up in honor of the PARIS AWARD. Each Cigarette bears cut of thc Paris Medal and brand, PARISIAN STYLE. Our TOBACCO AND GIGARETTES ARE BETTER THAN EVER and UNSURPASSED for PURITY, DELICACY and EXCELLENCE. Special size Cigarettes, with any NAME, MONOGRAM, CREST or DESIGN, to order, at 555.00 for BOO Samples on receipt of postage stamp. Samples of our ASTHMATIC and CATARRH CIGARETTES, each 25 Cents, by Mail. WM. S. KIMBALL 8L CO., PEERLESS Tomxcco Woaxs. ROCHESTER, N. Y, KRUG, PARISH 81 CO., Manufacturers of Cigars, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in SMOKING AND HEWING TOBACCOS, sums, Mmansunlnm anaBH1AR Plas, Bm., A 267 Main Street, HARTFORD, - CONN. MICHAEL POWERS, L. KRUG, CHAS. KUEHNHOLD R. B. PARISH. IIS ll ll II If T. W. POTTER, DEALER IN FINE IIIIPORYED AIVD DOJIIESTIC Cigalos Tobacoos, SMOKERS' ARTICLES,etC. , NU. 2 AIIIGHCHII RUW, HARTFORD, CONN. W. P. FAY, LIVERY STABLE. Fine Turnouts at Most Reasonable Prices. CARRIAGES FOR BALLS, PARTIES, etc. '70 JQSYLUM St., Hariford. Fur FLOWERS AND fKLORAL ,DESIGNS A ,SPECIALTY ..i..Qp-.i MCCLUNIE BROTHERS, ' Florists 85 Seedsmon NO. 224 ASYLUM ST., T , . NIE, A g3.l:.iV.M1ViEgIJIEJUNIE. HARTFORD, CONN. Greenhouse at East Hartford. GERMAN FAVOR BOUQUETS. ll ll If H9 'Y ll . If If JSLR LAMB CHURCH FURNISHERS 59 CARMINE ST., New YORK. WORKERS IN STONE, VVOOD AND METAL 11011 cuukcu wluiosnss. Communion Soniioos in Slonlino Silvor. ini-i'oil Engle Soolions. Bishops Clinins. BANNERS IN GILT AND GOLD, 55.00 EACH. Engraved Memorial B1-asses and.Tablets in great, variety. Furniture, xo cts. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES, 3 Metal and Stone, xo cts. Decorations and Embroidcrics, xo cts. APPG SL STEVEN S, Woolen Drapers Tailors, OVER CONKLIN'S BAZAAR, No. 266 Main Street, - Hsortford, Conn. 'R. S. DELAMATER, PHQTGGRAPHER, 258 Main St., 3 Doors above P. O., 4 HARTFORD, - - CONN. SPLENDID NEW SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS --TO RENT---. Steinway Piano Warerooms, 241 ASYLUM ST., ll ll 'Y THE ALLYN HALL BILLIAPLD ROOMS. NEWLY 'REFITTED THE PLEASANTEST 3 MOST ELEGANT ROOMS IN THE CITY DAROY Propuetor STUDENTS SUPPLIES D A SPEAR, FLORIST BoUQUETsf th G s 242 A yl H C1 WM A GARVIE A P SMITH d S 1612 STATE BARBER ROOM 12 M lbc yStrcet HARTFORD CONN 39 C B 1 1 ' - 9 0 s . or e erman and Parties a specialty. B' d , Plants, Seeds and Flowers--everythin in the Florist li . s um St., artfor , Conn. . . , ' - x MODEL 1 . a DEALER IN Lea Pipe and heet Lead, Sinks, RATT STREET, Boilers, Brass and Plated . AND Cocks, Gas Fixtures, Brackets, 8Lc. ' u rr , , . APITOL UILDING. a u I ll I ll If ll Guuumufs PM FURMSHIDLG Guns, INDIAN CLUBS, FENCING POILS, BOXING GLOVES, FINE TOILET GOODS, ELEGANT CANES AND UMBRELLAS, Studs and Sleeve Buttons. ' Manufactured 'ro ORDER ONLY, the W UELEBRATED PHENTX SHIRTS. r ver wen ears ex Jerience in manu ac urin ne Afte 0 t t y 1 f t fi Shirts, I am prepared to say the HPHKENIXH is not equalled in thls market. THE LATEST STYLES COLLARS, CUFFS AND NECK-WEAR HCONKLI N'S BAZAAR," 264 Main sm-een, O H. W. CONKLIN. f PS.--Connected with the Bazaar is a first-class CUSTOM LAUNDRY Goods sent for and returned without cxlra charge I22 ESSRS TIFFANY 8: CO UINION SQUARE 1nv1te an lnspectlon of the most extenslve and varled collectlon of art1st1c and useful goods they have ever shown mclud1ng examples of thelr Gold and Sllversmlths work s1m1lar to those d1splayed at Parls whxch have attracted adnurmg attent1on throughout Europe and won the Gold Medal and five other speclal awards besldes the Honor over all competxtors at the Evposztzon Unzverselle 'IIFFANY R CO S Blue Book contunmg hsts of artlcles for presents wlth PTICBS IS sent to any address on request TIFFANY 81 CO Umon Square, NEW YORK I2 ll . I ll 'V 17 T - 'J 9 , . . , . . 7 I . , . Grand Prize and the Cross of the Legion of 1 , , cc n , - - - . , . . , . 'Q ll . I gg B 3 wr 'l J ll ' ll If Vwflfmliii-HE'E'6iTE BZMEOBAEE-'ZMNA-We-O. ' 4 ,IfDfx1?iS - EXPOSITION - lege-ij ' wAs AWARDED T0 ' M., ' .5 qui. 4, 0 2-eff ,QsEP1f1li1limfL!'5.. .Nl if A JV' y :V e t STEEBFENS Szzfgx ,,,1-H: - FAVQRITE: - NUMBERS-303.332 4o4,l'7o35l WITHQVA7 "'- GIUOTTS 071159-6'7'Ylf'.S'-8010-BY-All -DEALERS -1- 4-. " ..5f-......i1.li59P.9li9 !I..1l!E.I.!Q.BLE.J3 GENTLEMENKS FURNJSHING Gowns Of every description, including all the latest styles in NECKYVEAR, MUFFLERS, HANDKERCHIEFS, GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, UMBRELLAS, TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES, Cmutmcls and RAILXVAY Runs, Romzs mc CIIAMIIRI-1, SMOKINQ: jAcK1a'1's, 'l'RAv12I.xNG RUGS, NVATER-PROOF' Colvrs, Etc. SI-IIIRTS, COLLARS AND CTIFFS. Large Assortment always on hnnd or Made to Order nt short notice. A. T. STE W ART M OO., Broadway, 4th Ave., 9th and 10th SLS., N. Y. JAMES G. WELLES 81 CO., 27 Asylum Street, IIzu'ttb1'd, STUDY LAMPS, l5JiiiiiT'S ASTRAL OIL, Tin Chamber Sets, IRON-STONE CHINA AND DECORATED CHAMBER SETS, GREEN SHADES, And many other articles necessary and useful to thc College Student. JOHN KENNEDY, MERCHANT TAILQR, No. 48 State Street, UNDEPLUNITEU STATES HOTEL, HARTFORD, CONN. - ll . . ll 'P 4 I2 W. F. WHITTELSEY 81 CO., MERCHANT TlllliUllS, HAVE now El complete Stock of VVOOLENS of the latest and most stylish patterns, both foreign and domestic manufac- ture, which will be macle to order at the lowest possible living prices. All work guaranteed Satisfactory. i Fancy Suitings made as low as 3Q25.oo. Please favor us with a call before purchasing elsewhere. 34, 36 and 38 Asylum Street. S T C BISSELL . . s. , Ac1aN'r von DECKER BROTHERS, PIANOS, wiicox A WHlTEjlND ESTEY UPLGANS, AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Accorcleons, Concertinzxs, Flutes, Flngeolets, Drums, Fifes, Piccolos, Harmonicas, Violin and Guitar Strings, etc. All KlI1llS of R61lHlI'lll2 UUIIB Wliil NBHUIBSS Hllli DlS1l21iIIi1 AT 73 ASYLUM STREET, HARTFORD, CONN. 125 BEAR IN MIND, BALLERSTEIN will sell you the FINEST MADE ATIII BEST FITTING WHITE SIIIIITS, 31.50. NIGHT SHIRTS, BEST ONLY 81.00. All goods in his line at prices less than any other dealer. 12 STATE STREET ESTABLISHED 1856. CITY OPTICAL ESTABLISHMENT LAZARUS 81 MORRIS PERFECTED Spectacles and Eye-Grlasses, OPERA GLASSES, OPTICAL INS'l'RUMEN'l'S AND DRAXVING IVIATERIALS. 114- ASYLUM ST., Under Allyn House, Hartford, Conn. I-I. KALISCI-I 85 CO., Opticians. I HFADOUARTERS FOR 'J ,-4 FINE, FRESHQ PURE CANDIES AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES. fl FULL LITLL UF GERMATL FAVORS, ICE CREAM SALOON, At 373 Main Street, FRED SCI-IROEDER, THE CONFECTIONER 126 vm Q- Y' E43 Merchant Tailor, EE, MNE GROVE STREET, 4 pooas FROM MAIN, HARTFORD, CONN. SPRING, 1879. A. HQLLANDER, MERCHANT TAILOR, 82, 84, 86 AND 88 ASYLUM STPLEET. Fine Custom Wolelc a, Specialty We have just received a large line of Nobby Suitings for Spring wear, which we will make p t reason bl prices. C ll d g' ' l 82 84 86 AND 88 ASYLUM STREET J. G. RATHBUN az OO., APOTI-IECARIES, 377 ASYLUM, cor. Ford street fHurIbut's Blockj, HARTFORD, OONN. 1 RATHBUN'S SPECIALTIES. RATHIJUNYS Rcrfection Tooth Powder. cle- RATllllUN.lS Cough Mixture, with 25 years' gnnt style-Sprinkler top--25 cts. reputation, 2 cts. RATHl!UNlS Perfection Tooth Wash, Trinl RA1'HnuN's Sofia Mint, for Sick Headache. Bottlcs,'x5 cts.EL:ujgc Bottleg, 35 qts. . RATIIBUNIS Premium Cologne. Delightful. RATPIIXUN s Linn. juice and G1 cerm, mimi- RATIIIKLIN s Crcnm of Roses. rnblc preparations for Clmppcx Hands, ctc. RAT1mUN's Tooth-Aclu: Drops, xo cents, will RATlillUN'S Tonic Elixir-an Aromatic Bit- stop it-short-never to gn again. ter. Nearest Drug Store to New Capitol. J. R. BARLOW, BOOKS, STATIONERY, MAGAZINES, NEWSH-XPEHS, FANCY GOODS, ETC., ETC. O 232 Asylum Street, I-Iartford., Conn. ' CIRCULATING LIBRARY. OPERA HOUSE SHOE STORE, lisiiiiu it THALMAE Fine, Boots 85 Shoes A COMPLETE STOCK OF MEN'S HAND-SEWED WORK. Which we Warrant Equal in Style, Beauty and Wear to Custom ' Work, at the Lowest Prices. 128 A. W. SAWTELLE 81 CO., DllUGGlSTS AND APUTHEQlRlES, BRANCH STORE, 31 Main, Corner Pau-lc Street, NEAREST DRUG STORE TO THE COLLEGEES. Everything to be found in first-class stores in our line of business we shall endeavor to keep, and trust that., with the uid of reliable and gentlemanly help, we shall merit rl fair share of lnatrolmge. W. M. CUTTER. THE uCAPITOL,, ' HAcK,L1vERv AND BUARDING STABLE, TRINITY STREET. . 29 QT UD Q, Efv 'Cas 262 MAINST. 229 M. HEWINS, 6 P1'op1'ieto1'. Q Qi Q ,ARD RUC? SElDLEll ali MAY, Mauulacturors and Dealers in all kinds of FURNITURE. -usoi MANUFACTURERS OF S. 8a M. PATENT SOFA BED. We have a very large and salable stock Of all kinds of Furniture, at the very Lowest Prices. PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE. Nos. 14 and 16 FORD STREET, OPPOSITE NEW STATE HOUSE. ISI UNITED STATES HOTEL, COURT H OUSE SQUARE, HARTFORD, OONN. D. A. ROOD, PRQPRIETOR. OOAOHAANDIBAGGAGILFREE. G. W. FULLER Q3 SON, 1wZ1.11llfi1Cllll'CI'S of and Dealers in TRUNKS AND TllAVELlNG BAGS, 186 and 188 Asylum Street, lflllyn Hf1UBUildiHgJ HARTFORD, CONN WE MANUFACTURE OUR OWN TRUNKS. DENTAL NOTICE. - DB. H. U. EBULLUUK, 346 MAIN STREET, DENTISTRY in all its Branches. The most difficult work solicited. THE LOWFST PRICES FOR FIRSTQCLASS WORK. LAUGH-ING GAS A bPECIALTY. 3 K RY :Yr Y' ENR 1 1113312 W X EX 1 " ' ,Q -. Q, K Y , Q ' " .E M . "ni . , W. . xt Q. - 2 W, , ' 'xp - .R f fn, WEN I fy :aft . , N ,N-Q .uf pm, 1 ' -1' f I wuxrllilm Y' 33 CITY HQTEL, 217 MAIN STREET, First-Class in Every Respect. PRICE, 82.50 PER DAY. "THE BRUNSWICK" BILLIARD PARLORS, ATTERSON,S LOCK, P 53 370 ASYLUM STREET, QUP STAIRSJ UAPITULAVENUE UPLUG STOPLE. DRUGS, MEDICINES AND FANCY GOODS. Imported and Domestic Cigars. T E L E P I-I O N E CoMMUN1cAT1oN 'ro ALL PARTS OF THE C1'rv. RACKS pRDERED. Telegrams and Express Packages t With- out extra charge JAS S SCHCDTT CIGAHS AND TOBACCO MEERSCHAUMS BRIAR PIPES ALL Goons WARPLANTED N . Q95 M ' St t HARTFORD, c I I , , MANUFACTURER AND IJEALER IN A SPECIALTY. O 3111 P66 HART MERRIAM :Sz CO 325 Main Street, CARPETS, PAPER HANGINGS, SHADES, .IIJVIJ CUlx'.7'.41N MA TL'1xlALS IVIATTINGS OILCLOTHS etc etc We NI'1Hllf'lCi.lll'C Beddmgs and Mattresses of Every Description AND WARRANT THEM FIRST CLASS IN FVERY WAY Students Roo F ttted Out w th Ev y Conve e ee the w y of BEDDING GAIIPETS WINDOW SIIIIDES LAIIIDREQIIINS CURTAINS and MATERIALS Dy HART MERRIAM 62 CO HARTFORD CONN THE TRI IT!-TABLET exponent of the views of the STUDENTS OF TRINITY COLLEGE 'md to furnish subscribers with '1I1 the News of the Qollege World in general Its editors w1I1 endeavor to mike it '1ttr'1ct1ve in form mud m'1.ttex 'md will spmre no pains to render it worthy of the f'1vor with which it has hitherto been received lhe TABIET will be sent to any address upon receipt of the subscuption price S2 oo per 'mnum Specimen numbers free Address THE TRINITY TABLET DRAWER zo HARTFORD CONN I 7 '7 1 ' ' s " 1 'J ' D ' - L . ' ms i i er ni n ,in si ' V I 1 J ' r 1 1 I '7 , ----- . This Paper, published every three weeks, is designed to be an 1 9 . . A c .- ' . 4 4 ' ' s 1 ' - . 1 ', , . 4 . . 1 . I a . , . I 36 pd F52 Q4 I I 21 53-i ' I Y C. VV. HAYNES, 364 Main Street, keeps consmntly on hand n large stock of fine Boots, Shoes and Slippers GENTLEMENS SHOES KEPT IN SIX WIIITIIS EDWIN C BURTS FINE SHOES LADIES Gents and L. d es Shoes M d to order A LHP26 Stuck of MBll1llIl1Pl'llI8ll Goods R Fi C W I-IAYNES 364 Mam Street LINUS T FENN FURNITURE PIIIIIUR CHAMBER DIIIIIIG PLOIIII IIIII LIBRARY SIIIIIIS 205 lvl AIN STREET Kopp te Athe oeu HARTFORD CONN ALBERT BOWEN FRANK BOLLES JR WOOD IINGRAVER FINILIQUUIISKICIIIIRS ELEUTRUTYPER The hemrest BIIlIIIId SIlooII to Colle e l J I soma AGENI' FoR IN SEVEN VVIDTHS. , a i ' a e . - I ,EVERYTHING ,SOLD AT POPULA f' ICES. . . , . ' 7 U I I ' , ' - . - osi n m.J , . 9 , ., 4 II3 MAIN S'I'm:m'. AND 1 coon womc, FAIR PRICES ' I ' Most of the Cuts in the IVY we 1 I I Q- lo ly coME ONE, coma ALL S M ' 37 ' F MELROSE'S I V CIGAR STORE AND SAMITJIRQCME The nearest place. to the Colley, for HEUBI EINS BEER SANDWILHES IUNLH Ttc IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES IOR MEDICINAL USE RED CURRAN1 WINE CROWN SHFRRY WINE BURGUNDY POR'1 and a full stock of FINF IIQUORS At the CROLRERY SIORE opposxte the new CHFNFY BLOLK, can be found one of the Tart, st Assortments of CHINA Guss EAHTHEILWAHE STUDIIINT LAMPS TOILET SETS 111 Ewrthen 'md Im Ltr. etc 'tt IJFICLS too lou to mention FULLER C95 TALCOTT 389 MAIN STREET HARTFORD CONN STGNES BAZAAR 99 ASYLUM STREET HARTFORD CONN Dolls, Dolls Heads and Bodles '1oys, Games Croquet Sleds Carrlages Wagons Carts Statlonery Blank Books, Ink etc Pxcture Books Baskets, Travelmg Bags, Russia and Turkey Pocket Books and Shawl Straps LARGEST ASSORTMENT UF FANCY GOODS IN THE STATE GERMAN FAVORS I O . , T W 7 L L A T 72 .A , s 1 ' , . , L . F . ' , - 9 1 9 ' r - v 9 .1 J , . - - 4 f- D- A .I A " Q 1 .1 YE." ' .' 4 H 4 9 v - ' 'v 2 w ' 1 v ' t L , ., ., 1 , , ' 1 s 1 - . J , I J r 3 0 . , 4 ' , 1 r 1 9 . 9 v J ' 1 ' I 7 '9 , c C. a I I ' I h 38 if -1-2-YIfH15:+Pn11Y1PweJN+IYI12rc:.+GG1f51f 4 nMHNUHHGWURERS+0H9 +2+cHNvHnQPEs2+e4- +316 RUBED 'Z' 7-IND 'S' HIJHW 'S' PHPERS BK +2 HND + BLHNK + Bows -3+ 1 B6l6JK+HND+I6lB+PRINWERS 45- PRINFIYERS 'I' 0E 'S' UPI-IE 'V' YIYRINIFFY 'S' IVY "-52' HEOR+ BOOKS AND STATIONERY. -lg,-1 BROWN Sz GROSS, Invite attention to their Large Stock of ELEGANTLI ILIDSTDATED DOOIIO, Library Books, CHU DREN'S BooKs, rHEoLoG1cAL Books, Bun FS AND IRAYER BOOKS SCHOOL BOOKS BLANK BOO1xS MERCAN I II E BOOIxS FINE STATIONERY PHOTOGRAPH AI BUMS fx ---4w-- ' BRO Wfvff GROSS aff agerztsfor JOHNA. LO PVELL ef cons' fBas!on.j WEDDING GOODS, VISITING CARDS, FINE STATIONERY, 77 AND 79 ASYLUM ST., HARTFORD CONN.


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