Trinity College - Ivy Yearbook (Hartford, CT)

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'nzmgmiae ' C5 mlb ' Q ' 3 Wi AISQO fl?-QS ACCIDENT POLICIES. V .uilbuo , 'S2v-213735515-4fg' ,HE RAYELERE, C OF HARTFoRD,coNN., s o a i lssues all best forms of Life Insurance at LOWEST CASH RATES. y 1 . ' vsp., s -sfsfeaeaisaeesfv N No cause or manner of death excepted from death after two years. l,E.- Three options given in case of lapse: Paid-up Term Insurance Paid-up Policy, or Cash Surrender Value. Amounts payable stated on each Policy. ORLD-WIDE.-Yotl clon't have to carry an atlas under one arm and a calendar under the other to know whether you are insured under one of THE TRAVELERS7S Life Policies at any given time or place. I Assets, 6970,382,787.92. ' Surplus, 692,047,270.47. spain Policy-Holders, S16:QO0,000. , 1 y Q 4 1 1 f ,I A' 1 fj I ' ,iff-, I I 1, I 1, A I b l , .?.'I..Ll1?k....,. .ITA ' L Q, fi-g,,. ,J1.YY,,qqgggf-Alu gy 4 -um G t. M - f .Mu .,,L f 9 V i if fm Q S fs. QR '- ff ,f ll J, I 5 I x X ! I - X 519' B QS W I, 1, M I mg . 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H113 College has HO medlca ' ' . . - ted to it ouug men to enter muted with its but is intendedito gulf ahhiieral Eldlgfzjfeggiioihllaaiftcr graduajfion. Uv a Liberal . . . he study o t e earne ' most advantageously upO11 t . , , , future mf- - ' hout reference to any 1 . - - l education, conducted Wit . h ducatiou lb meant a non professiona . . 1 1 ,und ' - ' - dent 111 question, anc t csig e - ' ' 1 l pursuit on the part of the stu ticular pI'OfCSSlO1l, calling, or specia g . I l U. D g W but - ' ' ldiers merchants, or e11g111CUb, C - eciall cler men lawyers phyS1C12lUS, S0 1 n , , not to mdlxe men SP Y gyl f i 113' agito ut them into their most Cfl:lC1CfltCOflCl1Il0I1, and so to tram and educate the menta acu ies p f th rofeqsions or upon 'uw . 5 4- J to qualify a student to enter with success upon the study of any 0 C P 1 other pursuit in life. f!Erpen5e5. The amount of the Treasurer'sbills each year is as follows: Tuition, . . . ' . I - - - ' 1710000 Room-rent for each person, ' from 5100.00 to . . 35-00 I11cidentals, . 30-OO Heat, . . . . - I2-S0 Total from 5242.00 to . i . . . . . 5167.50 Board is furnished in the College Dining-hall at 34.50 per Week. Students 111 ay obtain board at private houses in the neighborhood, at rates greater or less as they may desire. To this must he :ulded laundry charges, together with the expense. of books, furniture, clothing, travel, and society tees, which vary according to the taste and habits of the student, and of which no estixuatc can he given. itbuiatsljips. The amount of the Treasurer's bills can be considerably reduced to holders of scliolzrrsliips. lhe 111co111e of these scholarships, which are of different values, is 'placed to the credit of students of milled mellls, and serves to meet the charges for tuition and room-rent 111 whole or 111 part. F l ll ' ' ' A - - .. or IO ters of scholarships remitting the entlre charges for tll1tlOl1 and TOOIII-l'CIll, thc 'l'l'Cl1SllI'Cl',S bill is reduced t - Q 0 542-50, and the necessary expenses ot such students. iucludixig hoard and other personal items, will not exceed 5250 or 5300 a year . lzil 1 Fianna? ann Qbuiihinga. . The new buildings were commenced in 1875. They are thoroughly drained, well ventilated, and unsurpassed for convenience and comfort. In 1881 the Northam gateway was begun, and the western side of the great quadrangle is'now completed. Easy access from the city is secured by means of street-cars running to the College grounds. An excellent 'athletic ground is pro- vided for ball playing and other out-door sports, there are also several tennis courts, and an excellent gymnasium. The roo1ns are arranged so as to provide for two students rooming to- gether, a common study, and separate bed-rooms. They are heated by steam and lighted by gas, and ventilation is secured by open fire-places. Water' is carried to every floor. , The site of the building is remarkable for its healthfulness. gaein Qfvuilhings. THE GYMNASIUM AND ALUMNI HALL. The new Gymnasium and Alumni Hall for Theatrel stands to the east of the proposed north quadrangle near the drive-way from Vernon Street, and faces the west. It is substantially built of brick laid in red mortar, with a finish of Portland sandstone. The frontage is fifty-six feet, and the length one hundred and six feet. The entrance is at the level of the running track of the gymnasium, from the vestibule ample stairways lead down to the latter and up to the theatre, which has a seating capacity of 500. The equipment of the gymnasium embraces modern apparatus, and the latest patent appliances in this department. An instructor in athletics is in charge of the building. "Ghz Slarhis Bail uf intense." This building is built of brick in early French Romanesque style, and is two stories high with abasement, having a frontage of seventy-nine feet, and a depth of sixty-five feet. The angles of the building are emphasized by large Ventilating turrets, which not only serve a prac- tical purpose, but add greatly to the breadth of the wall-mass. The main object in constructing this building has been to make ample provisions for laboratory Work in chemistry and physics. The physical laboratory will be equipped with a dynamo and engine, and .the rooms have been arranged with special reference to making facilities for practical work as complete as possible. The equipment in the chemical laboratory is such as is required for good workin qualitative and quantitative analysis and assaying. fmataluguezi. Catalogues and Examination Papers may be had on application to the Secretary of the Faculty. For Scholarships and general information, application should be made to the Presi- dent, George Williamson Smith, D.D. C31 Elie JBnarh ui Glhifnrs. Managing Editors. G. P. COLEMAN, G. W. NIINIQIX R. MCC. BRADY, Literary Editor. G. T. MACAULEY. .Associate Editors. C. S. GRISWOLD. 147 Y A R R ,. v"', ' 21... III I ll Y ,.5 i 1 . 'xv - y-nw?-"rv',5 at-M, Q- -- 1-. , ' A ,fl-L NY, 1-1--, ,A ... l ag:-4 ..v.p-yi , , -- q--i-oafnqiif-k'Cf'." . v----nv:L.s:.p. A 1 4 - ,,, 73 'rxnv' v1,.Qj IX: 1,5 H45 f ., , -1 o ,M W., Q-f.. ,us . A -x ., A , Y Ml ' ' IX N Nj i' , X43 x ,I V- ' X li"s""' Ns,-' xx. ,.' ' . ,x vi, I ' '-., W 1 .5 ,WN7-,.' y N. ,, Nxkf " Ag ', , . ...Q-"K"-Q""' ' XM , Q-AK .gig f..?,,,.., . ,.: dv.. ,'p M. -,.. , - -w. I, . V -VV Ng '- QM f x. X v- , . N L v N XJ ,+,'l"' '-. ,A um. V vw J R,-Q.. , 1fuf....n. as . li 4 v 'x x K 4 Y if ur " M hitnriul. Nt'l-1 xuorcllme IVY has the pleasure of appearing before the public in its capacity as mirror nl. college life. Should you recognize among its pages many a familiar engraving and organization, do not be disgusted. Rccollect that these organizations are the very stock-roots and parent-stem of the plant-that they are deeply embedded in the life of the college, and that it is from these she draws her nourishment and ability-to put forth new shoots and leaves, which shall bear pleasure and amusement Wherever these leaves may fall. , XYe have labored hard and earnestly at our task. We, have spared neither time nor money in collecting new "cuts " and material which might enable us to produce a successful and interest- ing IVY. If we fear the result, it is not from comparison with former IVY'S, but rather from apprehension that our work may fall below that high standard which has always characterized our class. ' I The past year has witnessed no very startling events in the history of the college. There have been no changes in the faculty, although at one time we were threatened with the loss of our president, but the entreaties of his friends and his own interest in the welfare of the college, spared us that misfortune. . The number of students is greater than ever before, and we feel authorized in asserting that a new era of growth and prosperity has dawned upon Trinity, which will increase as time goes on. In athletics we have more than held our own. Several college records were broken by thei athletic team of last year, and the history of this year's eleven is such that any college might point to with pride. The record of the base-ball team was something of a disappointment to the college, butuntil we behold the erection of our long delayed " annex," we can hardly expect to compete with other college nines on anything like an equal footing. ' The saddest event of college life is saying good-bye, and it is with no exception to that rule that we make our farewells to the class of '89. ' - During three happy years of college life her members have been our constant companions and friends, sometimes our rivals but never our enemies. We bid them God speed and wish them the greatest prosperity and success in whatever careers they may choose. And now, with the hope that our friends will pardon our shortcomings, and that they will be able to read in these pages that which they alone attempt to delineate, a faithful representation '90, of college life at Trinity, we intrust the care of the IVY to the class of '9I. l5l TITLE PAGE, . TRINITY COLLEGE, BOARD OF EDITORS, . EDITORIAL, . CONTENTS, I . COLLEGE CALENDAR, . . REQUIREMENTS -FOR ADMISSION, q Gnniwufs ,.L,......-.. TRINITY COLLEGE, Senatus Academicus, ' FACULTY, . BOARD OF FELLOWS AND 'ASSOCIATIONS OF THE ALUMNI, GRADUATE STUDENT, . . UNDERGRADUATES BY CLASSES, SECRET FRATERNITIES, . LITERARY, . SECRET ORGANIZATIONS, ATHLETICS, . LAXVN TENNIS, . MUSICAL ORGANIZATIONS, . MISCELLANEOUS ORGANIZATIONS, COLLEGE MARSHALS, - . . BTARRIAGES, . OBITUARY, , VALEDICTORIANS AND SALUTATORIANS, THE CHAPEL, ., CLASS DAY OF THE CLASS OF 1889, L,ADIEU, , ADVERTISEMENTS ! ,CPJ I A J in I 'I 4 5 6 I 9 II 1: I4 I7 19 33 67 79 S7 109 IIS 1:7 155 15O '57 158 IOO lOl 16: 165 Y T -pun ni. r Sept. Nov. .. Dec. H IC C I KC Jan. Feb. March KC April KI ll May KC Cl If H If CK if Cl Tb1n'.n1'f1y. YWz11'.w1'f1y. YW1f1'.n1'f1,1'. l'?'z'f1'f1'1'. xgwllflffllfflrvp fllQUlrI'1I,'I'. Tzmfffrzy. I I 'lid m'.r11'ay. Thznxwffly. T A lN'JcfUJ1'. f9'1'fi'ay. Tlmxvday. PVe1f1zcs1f1zg1'. F2'z'df1y. I fi'2'11'm'Jday. F2'1'fz'11,1'. 1lf07lfI'1Ij'. Tifcsfiay. Ufld' 7165116 J f. fiiday. .S'f1f111'flf1y. SIIfIl7'lfl7L1f. Smfunlfzy. T h uzxfflay. Tkznarday. Qnllvgv Qalvnhar. 1383. Christmas Term begins. All Saints' Day. Holiday. Thanksgiving-Day. . Christmas Examinations. U H H H U H U H ' H " Appointment of Toucey Scholar Christmas Vacation begins. 1889. Trinity Term begins. Holiday. Prize Version Appointments published. Oratorical Prize Contest. junior Standing published. Asli-Wediiesclay. Good Friday. English Prize Essays handed in. Easter Recess begins. Easter Recess ends. English Literature Prize Examination. Chemical Prize Essays handed in. Tuttle Prize Essays handed in. Latin Prize Examination. Historical Prize Examination. Mathematical Prize Examination. Prize Version Declamations. Ascension Day. i7lf une 5. Wednesday. Senior Examinations. " 6. Thursday. " - ii ff 7. Friday. " H 8. Saturday. " " H Io. Mofzday. " U .4 U. Dlgsday, 4' 4 " , Trinity Examinations. T ' 1 2. W ednesdzyf. ' " " . 6' H 0 ff 13. Thursday. Trinity Examinations. Senior Standing published 14. Friday. " H V i ' - . ' 1 5. Salurday. " H f' 16. Sunday. Trinity Sunday. ' 17. filonday. Trinity Examinations. ' IS. Tuesday. " H ' 19. V Pffednesday. D" " ' 20. - Thursday. " " ' 21. Friday. 'Award of Prizes. ' ' 2 3. Sunday. Baccalaureate Sermon. 24. jldonday. Examinations for Admission. " 25. Yuesday. " " . " Class Day. ' 26. Wednesday. " " ' " ' Wednesday. Annual Meetings of the Corporation and of the Association ofthe Alumni, ff 27. Thursday. SIXTYNTHIRD COMMENCEMENT. . , Trinity Vacation begins. ' 20. Sept. 17. Tuesday. Examinations for Admission begin. Q " 19. T hursday. Christmas Term begins. Dec. 19. T hursday. Christmas Term ends. In 1889-90 the Christmas' Vacation will be two weeks. 433 flivquirvmruts fm' Zihmissinu. I. COURSE IN ARTS. Candidates for admission to the Freshman Class are examined in the following books: GREEK. Grammar QI-Iadley or Goodwinl. . A Xenophon :t Anabasis, four Books. Homer: Iliad, three Books, with Prosody. 4 I Prose Composition Uones or White: the exercises in the first half ofthe bookl. History of Greece. ' fThe translation of average passages, not previously read, from Xenophon and Homer, will be accepted as an alternative to the above-mentioned quantities in these authorsj A I LATIN. E Grammar. Caesar: Gallic War, four Books. 1 Virgil: Aeneid, six Books, with Prosody. T I Cicero: the Orations against Catiline, and that for the Poet Archias. . Prose Composition: Translation into Latin of a passage of connected English narrative, based upon some passage in Caesar's Gallic War. ' Roman I-Iistory: Outlines, to the death of Marcus Aurelius CCreightonJ. ' - Ancient Geography. ' A I Candidates are also examined at sight upon average passages from Caesar's works, from Virgil's Aeneid and Ovid's Metamorphoses, and from Cicero's Orations. . IVIATHEIVIATICS. Arithmetic, including the Metric System. I Algebra, through Radicals and Quadratic, Equations, together with Proportion, Progres- sions, and the BinomiahTheorem. ' Plane Geometry. I ENGLISH. ' A Each candidate is required to write a short English composition, correct in spelling, punctuation, grammar, division by paragraphs, and expression, upon a subject announced at the time of the examination. In 1889 the subject will be chosen from the following works: Shakespea1'e's f7zeZz'zzs Caesar and As You Like fZ,' johnsonls Lives gf Sww aaa' Grey! ,' Thackx erayis ,Encgflzklz f7Q677Z07'Z..S'f.S',' Swiftis Gzellzklefflv T1fa7Je!s,' Gray's Elegy, Miss Austen's P7'z'a'e aaa' Pf'ey'ua'z'ee ,' SCott'S Rob Ray and Zlfaffflzzbfz. . Each candidate will also be required to criticise specimens of English composition. 2 499 NoTE.- The works from which-the subject of the composition will be chosen in the fol- lowing years are: ' 1 D , A 1 In 1890: Shakespeare's falias Caesar and llllelsammeff Nzgfbl's Dream ,' Coleridge s xlllffrgllf Jl16zfz'1ze1',' Longfellow's E1Ja1zgelz'ne,' MacauIay's Essay on Lam' Clive, Tliackerayk lzlfqglub fhmorz'sz's,' XVebster's Flys! Banker Hill O1'aZz'01z,' Scott's Qaefzlzba DZl7'ZUd7'L2,,' George Eliovfs Silas 1lIa7'1ze1',' I-IaWthorne's Houseqf llze Seven Gables. In 1891: Shakespeare's f7alz'as Caesar and llfeafebaat fyf l7e1zz'ee,' Coleridge's Aueiezzf .fMzrz'aer,' Longfellowls Ewa1zgelz'ae,' Macaulayls Essay on Lora' Clz'7Je,' Webster's Has! Bzuzlwr Hill Oraz'z'oa,' Irving's Allzambffag Scottis Ola' M07fd!Z'Ql ,' George Eliot's Silas .lhrner Hawthorne's Hozzse' qt llze Seven Gables. ' In 1892: Shakespeare's jfalias Caesar and Asyea Like z'l,' Scottls Ma1'11zz'01z,' Longfellow's Cearlsbzlp of llhles Slaaellsb ,' Addison's Sir Roger ele Coverbf Pajfersj Macaulay's Seeaml Essay an Me Earl zyf Cbatbamg Webster's Fees! Banker Mll O1falz'07z,' Irving's Alhambra Scotts . ' . . ' 7 In 6 I 7Izl1's11za1z,' George El1ot's Seeaesfrom Cleffzeal Lyfe, Hawthorne s Hozlse af Zbe St dc zz G 1 es. II. COURSE IN LETTERS AND SCIENCE. The requirements for admission are the same as in the Course in Arts, with the omission of Greek and extempore Latin translation. I III. COURSE IN SCIENCE. V Candidates for the Course in Science are examined in Mathematics and in English as for the Course in Arts, with the addition of Algebra from Progressions to the Theory oil Equations, Solid Geometry, and Plane Trigonometry, and Trench's Slmly gf Worfls fSupplees eclitionlz also in the History of the United States, and in six books of Caesar's Gallic XVar Qor three books of Caesar and three books of Virgil's Aeneidl, together with Latin Grammar and the elements of Latin Composition. IV. COURSE IN LETTERS. Th ' - - . . . Greek e requirements for admission are the same as in the Course in Arts, with the omission of CO iEEO5f1i3hof1pa13e1's used at the Ezraminations in 1888 are printed at the end of thc Llrtalngug, P 1C may be had on application to the President or Secretary of the Faculty. I CIOD THE THE THE THE THE THE THE THE RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT. Erinitg Gullrgv--1889, REV. REV REV. REV REV REV. REV. REV. Senatus Aoadernicus. VISITORS. THE CHANCELLOR, Middletown, Conn. THOMAS MARCH CLARK, D.D., LL.D., Providence, R. I. HENRY ADAMS NEELY, D.D., Portland, Me. WILLIAM H. A. BISSELL, D.D., Burlington, Vt. WILLIAM WOODRUEE NILES, D.D., Concord, N. H. BENJAMIN HENRY PADDOCK, D.D., Boston, Mass. H HENRY CODMAN POTTER, D.D., LL.D., New York City CORPORATION. Chancellor: JOHN WILLIAMS, D.D., LL.D., ex qjicio President. THE REV. THE PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE, Hartford. THE REV. E. EDWARDS BEARDSLEY, D.D., LL.D., New Haven, Conn. THE REV. GEORGE H. CLARK, D.D., Hartford. ' WILLIAM C. PETERS, M.A., Boston, Mass. RICHARD W. H. JARVIS, M.A., Hartford. CHARLES HOADLY, M.A., Secreiary, Hartford. ' . GEORGE BEACH, ESQ., Hartford. THE RT. REV. BENJAMIN H. PADDOCK, D.D., Boston, Mass. THE REV. GEORGE S. MALLORY, D.D., New York City. THE HON. DWIGHT W. PARDEE, LL.D., Hartford. CHARLES E. GRAVES, M.A., Tvfeaswfeff, New Haven, Conn. THE RT. REV. WILLIAM W. NILES, D.D., Concord, N. H. THE REV. SANFORD J. HORTON, D.D., Cheshire, Conn. THE REV. WILLIAM TATLOCK, D.D., Stamford, Conn. WILLIAM HAMERSLEY, M.A., Hartford. THE REV. HENRY A. COIT, D.D., Concord, N. H. JAMES IVERS LEWIS, M.A., New London, Conn. LUKE A. LOCKWOOD, M.A., New York City. THE REV. FRANCIS GOODWIN, M.A., Hartford. WILLIAM E. CURTIS, M.A., New York,City. J. PIERPONT MORGAN, ESQ., New York City. VV. A. M. WAINWRIGHT, M.A., M.D., Hartford. IIII f . , , .-,1:11,,er 4.:.:....:-...er ..3'M5---'--- ' S ' V 4ar:.c.w.1xS4J'.':,..b-'f ':.1u.:.1ee4-.s,........-e... ...- 4 . s ' V w ri :W . 'I I ii 'I Et fl B I l I l I in l r l 1, ,l 1. l l 1 i 3 E A E 2 K 3 . I 5 Karul Q. MSON SMITH, ID.D., LL.D., PRESIDENT THE REV. GEORGE VVILLIA A - Hobart Prwssor Wf Mffafhyfzlfs' II 5 Vernon Street Coffice, I3 Seabury Ham' n THE REV. THOMAS R. PYNCHON, D.D., LL.D., Browne!! Prqfessor qf Moral Philosophy. go Vernon Street. THE REV. SAMUEL HART, D.D., Prqessor gf Zhe Laiiu ,Language aiu! Lizteraiure. 22 Jarvis Hall. I THE REV. ISBON T. BECKWITH, PH.D., Prcyfessor Q' the Greeh Lauguage ana' Liferafure. I4 Seabury Hall. I THE REV. FLAVEL S. LUTHER, M.A., Seahury Prmssor of ZWaz'hemaz'ies ana' Astronomy ,' ami Seerelarjf. 74 Vernon Street. . THE REV. HENRY FERGUSON, M.A., Norihauz Prqfessor cyf History ana' Poiifioal Science. - 123 Vernon Street. CHARLES FREDERICK JOHNSON, M.A., Proj?ssor QF English Liferazfure. 69 Vernon Street. THE REV. JOHN' J. MCCOOK, M.A., Pfqfessor qf Moderiz Languages. 114 Main Street. WM. LISPENARD ROBB, PHD., Prryfessor qf Physies, 21 Jarvis Hall. ROBERT BAIRD RIGGS, PH.D., Seozfill Prcwssor cf Chemistry aria' Natura! .S'fz'g11 I5 Seabury Hall. lI2l x JOHN ERoCIcI.ESBv, I,rqf2'.v.mr E11zc1'z'fn.v Qf flallllfflll Phz'!0s0j90y amz' Aslrofzoflzy. S8 Capitol Avenue. I THE RT. REV. JoI-IN WILLIAMS, D.D., LL.D., Lecfmfer 072 f10'.vz'01'y. M iddletown. WILLIAM A. M. WAINWRIGHT, M.A., M.D., . Lecfmfer 072 Avzczfomy mm' Physiology. 453 Main Street. r , WILLIAM HAMERSLEY, M.A., L.ecz'zw'er 072 Law. 372 Main Street. CHARLES IJ. SCUDDER, M.A., M.D., ZLECULVK7' on Hj4gZ'67Z8. , New York City. A CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER, L.H.D., Lecturer on Efzglish Lz'tenz!u1fe. 37 Forest Street. THE REV. SAMUEL J. ANDREWS, D.D., ffzsztrzzcfof' zyf .7lfez'czpkysz'cs. 956 ASylum Avenue. FREDERICK C. ROBERTSON, M.A.,' ffzsiffzzcior in EZOam'z'0rz. Hosmer Hall. EDWARD O. GRAVES, M.A., Leciznfef 'on Me SCZ'U7Z66 Q' Ala'77zz'nz'sZ1'aZz'0n. Washington, D. C. HERBERT W. CONN, PH.D., I1zsZruc!0r.z'1z Nafzzafal Sczkvzce. Middletown. THE REV. JOHN HUMPHREY BARBOUR, M.A., A Lz'!37'a1'z'a1z. I 490 Farmington Avenue. X The Stated meetings of the Faculty are held every Friday morning at eleven o'clock 1 I3l I Buavh ul Kvllnlns ii.-1 Fellows. WILLIAM E. PECK, M.A. WILLIAM D. MORGAN, M.A., M.D. ' GURDON W. RUSSELL, M.A., M.D. CHARLES D. SCUDDER, M.A., M.D. FRANKLIN H. FOWLER, M.A. THE REV. LUCIUS WATERMAN, M.A. Junior Fellows. EDMUND M. HYDE, PEE. WILLIAM C. SKINNER, M.A. PERCY S. BRYANT, M.A. THE REV. J. H. BARBOUR, M.A. THE REV. IOHN T. HUNTINGTON, M A TEE REV. JOHNTJ. Mccoolc, M.A. I ilissnrialinn df lbs lililumni President. JOHN H. S. QUICK, M.A. Vioe--President. THE REV. BRADY E. BACKUS, D.D. Secretary. GEORGE L. COOKE, M.A. Treasurer. HOWARD C. VTBBERT, M.A. Standing Committee. THE PRESIDENT. THE TREASURER J CLEVLLANID I X' I CADE, M.A. THE REV. SAMUI I ll Xlxl li ll 'IHE REV. J. H. BARBOUR, M,A, 4145 19011 UFIIQIFIIID Qlswnciatioir of Qllumni. O li?" IT I C E lil S, 1889, Pi'eSiclent. l.Ulil'Z A. Iuifiiwoon, '55, Vice-President. W. V. SKINNI-zu, '76. Secretory. Treasurer. lin XY. A.. XX',fxixwia,n:ii'1', '7.o1. P. S. B1wAN'1', 770. 453 Mann him-t-1, ll:u'lio1'cl. Executive Committee. -'Y li- TVVVL, 'SSL Rev. S. I-IART, '66. lm. W. IJ. Monr:,xN, ,72. Anmml Mt-ating anal ligiiiiigiit-1 mi' this Association lielcl Thursday, January 3I, 1889, o . Quin igiorh i-wgociatioit of Qllumni. oFP1CEns,1ss9. President. W. G. 'IiMx'11f1s, '6o. isa Yif 1--l'n-sifltni, Rev. Jimi-is lXll7LCl'l.Al'll5Y, ,42. :fi 'xfiff--Im-sififiiit, AID. iYl.f'xl'l'l.,XND Amrs'i'RoNc:, ,51. 'Qrl Xllfll''l,l'fjSlfilfi'li, Imici-1 A. Lociqwoon, '55. ,gilt X-iffj-l'l" Siflvlli, bl. C1,1-:vi-1i,,xND CADY, '6o. SCCl'f'iI1I"-'. iilllkl-1l,I'1S Sims Co1,m1,xN. 'l'i'f,-:isi1i'm', XVII,l,l'xM VIAIJ, CIIAVIN, i78. llif- f'xniiu'xl Nlfftinff ffl' iliis Aswciziiion is lielrl on the last Thursday of April. The ., 4 - . ,A m,, Constitution :intl i-'.w2:v.':s l'!'if'.'i'l'TZ 'Vlmi ilu' inc-inliers of the Association shall consist of Alumni VCFl'llUE in this Viv: of Yi York, Jillfl in ting innneclizile vicinityg and any former students of 'l'rini:'.' fifrllf gf, -,i,-'l,Q:iifo,- Wy,-,,fI1mifs or noi, ming rf-siclenis of the city or neigl1bo1'l1ootl,may be cflefmkl l'll'.l'Hli' rs lin- tiff' ,Xssf-1 lflilfilil or lin- its lixecntive Committee. Any graduate ofthe ilffilfpiff inmn fv.-fn 191531: lif- mf-ssifgiit 211 :nw lTllICilllg of the Association, but no graduate shall iizi-uc time Tililal to 'ffiif' or so mln- .nir pmt in' the business of the Association unless he be EL meinliez' illfjlff,,fJf,i 4159 1 i i I H x i S i i i I' Gfvuhnafr iillhvnl' O NAME. RESIDENCE WILLIAM FESTUS MORGAN, JR., B.A., A A fb Lymz, Mzss., Trinity. U8 EEIIDPPQPHUISIHTPS Svnim' Glass: , CLASS COLORS- Crimson and Silwff GNU- . CLASS YELL- Wah-hoo-wah.f Wah-hoo-wah ! Wah-A00-wczk lf fl1f5'f9U"fV""'f 'I OFFICERS. Christmas Term. ' Trinity Term- Pmfffmf, W. SCUDDER, S. F. JARVIS, jf.. Lf! Vz'ce-Preszkiefzf, S. F. JARVIS, JR., L. F. SENNlQ'l"l'. za' Vz'ce-Preszkiefzf, R. H. SCHHTZ, Secreiafjf, C. H. REMINGTON, F. F. KR.-XMISR. TWC!-WWf7G R- C- TUTTLE, A. MILLARD. C!2r0nz'cZer, A- MILLARD, A. H. NUYES. C203 C. H. RICMINGTUN , , , " f isgfiax . , N Alf? .f ' X g'i.S"?f ' ' ff .rf2 E4'?ffe: m'N"'-'45'1fff-S . ' -F". ?4-Q-NWT' ' ' A Q fl' X . - ' f am-Q ' f x x .,f" .ja - D 0 QP: MXN - - 6 sgeisqsi, Eiyiff f fu.7f'j'?if'f,'jfZ,,,,q '5 YIM 53,4 A ' . ' , - 1 1 0, 15 e , , 1. .f - Q-SZ .,-31, X1 .fl Qs N U H' ' 551- ,f ' - : .:' -. , 545 fs 4 --1 .- J ff-4 E'm'eif5Z'1'u- A. -"-" ' 4' K, .J A 'I I in fa J va ' mfg?-' ,P 'Y f ' K 564, . -LL. .AIN s . ,A , th, ws., f Y -f .um f rv-'34 H 4 H S i m"m"h 3 am .Rx gif? X 5 5- 'Wt-ff 4,11 , 'H ' . .sim ' ' iisgffri i ,- N E1'b,1 uq-' ' ge an " Jl fagix . 'ap-' . af :EW N X E? v0 S'-5' 'lWffn:.- A 3 'flisx I Q Q' jf' mx. ' ' v ,fl --. X or : -I " I WR fi to .. . .W I ,- . 'GT 4 ,351 + ' fg - - 6 QZIP .1 a 4 j 1 i Q, Q, Qi if! .3 ,au ,ah My . w x A 4 N 4 . I ri' ' i , TP fi ' U V 1' ,1 S! r ' Us ' 'i xx 1 Se rp fx if 1. X, .fx F!! w ' Qi 3 :E Yi Eg if EJ QQ jx ' Q Si if iii :au ?g!! HH Ji! ing wi ui fs :Nj Sig im fi? 9 E 5 S X 522' Pr 3.4 23? egg 39 U ' 515 Q24 ENN? 225 34 F W 51 :Q i sis 1 351, aw ' TQ Hi., ,fir if J uf .lf :iff 12 ZW 231 , 1' vii? li Il QT! HE! 52 9 H3 w :if V u li' 3 r Li ' 5151! iii? 5,45 WI 5 .1 W.: fi? QI!! ll", s - S v 2 51 ,JQQ rlff ink ,wi Wx 5,, , fall SQ! 2'5" ,g S-1 ff ':i 'X 2+ U ,U iz fi 4 gi I 1 1 I MEMBERS. I NAME. RESIDENCE. ROOM. FREDERICK HORACE BEERS QSJ, 9- Brookielo' Cefzfre, Ce. 6 I. H ARTHUR CHASE, G A X, Cflaremont, N H 4 I. I-I ANDRENV ELLICOTT DOUGLASSQP T, Ease Wareham, Mass. 34 j. H JOSEPH WILLIAM FELL, fS.J,5 Brzkfol, Ci. 3Q I. H GEORGE ALBERT FRENCH, APT, ' Summit, N f7. I7 S. H PROSSER HALL FRYE CSA, AI' T, Afzdover, Mass. 34 HT. H SAMUEL FERMOR JARVIS, JR., A AP, Brookbfrz, Cz. 7 j. H FREDERICK FERDINAND IKRAMER, AIT, Denver, Col. 55 N. T ABEL MILLARID, IR., Broekfofz, Mass. 58 N. T ARTHUR HAMILTON N OYES, I K A, Nakano, Mass. 28 J. H CHARLES HAZZARD REMINGTON, A K E, 7ane.vw'ZZe, Zllimz. 38 J. H ROBERT HUTCHINS SCHIITZ, QL. SJ, A A fb, Concord, Ni H. 36 j. H EDWARD NORMAN SCOTT, fs.J, AI' T, New Iforlz Cizjf. I9 S. H WILLARD SCUDDER, I KA, New York Cizgf. 3 J. H LUCIEN FRANK SENNETT, AAQJ, Auburn, NT K A 35 J. H EDWARD TAYLOR SULLIVAN, AI' T, Defroif, Jlliefk. 55 N. T REUEL CROMPTON TUTTLE, AI' T, Wkoedsor, Ce. IQ S. H AARON MELGERT VANDERPOEL, QL. SJ A fb, New York Cay. 36 J. H FRANCIS GOODWIN WILLIAMS, A K E, Norwalk, Ct. A 16 J, H I SOMETIME MEMBERS. WILLIAM LANE HALL IBENTON, A K E, ' . BENJAMIN FREEMAN COMFORT, A AP, . HARRY NATHAN DIKEMAN, . FREDERICK FITZ GERALD, A Alf, FREDERICK BERG HARTRANFT, CHARLES HOWARD HUSBAND, if T, MARCUS C. MCLEMORE, I K A, FERRIS STEPHEN MOREHOUSE, JAMES ROWLAND NASH, A AP, . CHARLES VINTON WATERS, . ALBERT EMPIE WRIGHT, I K A, Newark, Del. Dez'roz'z', flfiek. Waferbufjf, Ct. .Ffarzj?ra'. . Hariford. Sandy Hook, CZ. Galveston, Tex. Harzyford. New York Cizjf. Troy, N YT W?'Zmz'ngZo7z, N. C BOARDMAN WRIGHT, A K E, . New Mz'Qford, Ct. 4 423 ii 1 1 S li fi ,a I I 5 5 1 . A , f I iii r n i s V u ii . I I i , 1 i i F 3 . i . i I qi F S 5 , . xl 1. 2 5 'I 1' ' 3 . , . i f F. 1 .- n . 5 . fi ia - Z N 1 ir Q in . 'E li y i Q. Q . E i i i . ai . g . s . 9 H i . il 15 S I :il y 43 . 1 I . 4 P r ii li I L.....,,, Zuninr lass lf CLASS COLORS -Salmon Pink and Pezzcork Elma CLASS YELL- One-Two-Three, X cmd C. 6700712-7710 - Boom-fax? - 7?'f'u-!..3'- OFFICERS. Christmas Term. Pffesideizf, V ISZ' l7z'ce-P1'e.vz'a'e1zZ, za' l7z'ce-P1fesz'a'enz', - Secreiczrjf, . Y-5'easzn'e7f, C kronzkleff, H. H. BARBER, G. T. WARREN, ' E. MCP. MCCOQK, J. s.L1TT1-ELL, C. S. GRISWQLD, J. WILLIAMS, f24-5 Trinity Term. G. T. WARRIQN. G. T. MALQA U L12 Y. XV. H. C. PYNLTIUN C. S. GRISWUIJW. R. M. LU '1'I1I1IR. U. II. bl IAQ- 1.-.lQ. :a .g f U . 1 il Q . l 5 1 11 i ii x , . :E i is L...,,M, M K ,- V... 'L' . .K ., v . f nv- W ,... '-uf-ff -Q-'.q.p,., 1 4. 4 6 '4 n fl 5. V .ti KA fini 52 af :wg 'Sf 1 132 ' a H 'fs if .sf is 24" il, e Ci r-Niyfiia Q 's S 82.323 6 F i 3.1 ' 4 - 1 X MEMBERS. , NAME. RESIDENCE. HENRY HORART BARBER, Washington, Zvi C. Detroit, Mz'cn New York Cizjf. ROBERT MCCLELLAND BRADY QSJ, NI' T, ERASTUS BRAINARD BULKELEY fs.J If T, WM. ELIPHALET ADAMS BULKELEY QL. S.J, A Alf, Horzyford. THEODORE LATHROP CHERITREE, A A dv, Oak fill, N. Yi GILBERT PAYSON COLEMAN, A A fb, Cz'noz'nnofz', 0. Sontn Amboy, N Mfde Park, N Y. Wetnerweld, CZ. Concord, IVY H Wz'Z1ning!on, Dol. THOMAS ANDERSON CONOVER, ANTHON TEMPLE GESNER, CLIPPORD STANDISH GRISWOLD, A K E, ROBERT HAMILTON HUTCHINVS, A A dv, JOHN STOCKTON LITTELL, A A 111, , RIVERIUS MANNING LUTHER QL. s.J, If T, ROBERT LEBLANC LYNCH, I K A, A GEORGE THURSTON MACAULEY, -A NP, WARREN MCCONIHE, I K A, B7"00kbl7l, Cf. Boston, Mass. Doirozf, flliofz. Troy, M K EDWARD MCPIIERSON MCCOOK, A IP, Horzyford. JOHN BUTLER MCCOOK QL. S.J, Horzyford. GUY WILBUR MINER, I WILLIAM PRESSEY, II' T, I WILLIAM HARRY CHICHELE PYNCHHON, A A CD, Jizrzjford. Detroit, Zllzkh. GEORGE WINTHROP SARGENT, If T, GBo.vfon, Wfoss. PHILIP SMITH, A A fb, Dezroif, Zllion. URIEL HEBER SPENCER, . GEORGE THORNTON WARREN, I K A, JOHN WILLIAMS, II' T, Harzjford. Troy, M K Seymour, CZ. SOIVIETIME MEMBERS. JOHN REGINALD BLAKE, .... ' . ROLLIN ASHLEY BRECKINRIDGE, IRA STURTEVANT HOWE, . THEODORE MCEWEN HYDE, I K A, . ALLEN BUTLER TALCOTT, A KP, WILLIAM HENRY WARREN, I K A, . , 4 C259 Aforiiz Ao'anzs,iZl1oss. ROOM. 25 J. H I7 S. H I8 S. H 91- H 41 J. H 41 J. H I3 J. H 53 N-T SI N.T 35 J- H 37 J- H 56 N.T 32 J.H OJ. H 27 J.H ' II4 Main St II4 Main St 251. H- 53N.T 62 N.T 331-H 431-H 37 Washington St 29J.H 6J.H New York Cizjf. Brooklyn, IVY Ii Woroesior, Mass. Wes! Horzford, Conn Harzford. Troy, N YY i I k ... ....-............ .. Q Snpljnmnrv lass. ,-.,.-L--1 CLASS COLORS - Lzlgkf and dark film. CLASS YELL-Hz'9f2'9f2'! X-C'-!- YTA'-J-A'-!-751'.' .' OFFICERS. Christmas Term. P1'e.rz'a'e1zZ, Ist V z'ae-P1'e.s'z'rZem', za' Wke-P1'e.vz'a'e7zz', Secreiavjf, Treczsurevf Chrofziclkr, , . W. C. HICKS JR., 1. W. HUGHES, M. R. WRIGHT, C. H. TALCOTT, G. N. HAMLIN, W. H. COSTER, C269 Trinity Term. C. IT. YOUNG. J..-X.IIU1.I.Y. T. R. IIUISINKVI IC. R. I..-XNIPSI IN WV. II. RIm'l'Ul.l.l3l ll L. NV. Ri NZICRS. . b . I N V . . A . ,lv , , .. ,. 1 , , V ' fn 'K U L ... ' ..4.' Y,- - 1...11 L, M,-' ' U . .. "V, 1 - V f - L.. - -s .- Q- , - L 1. v,',::q5. QAM A i ' uf, , E, 33.5 x-,Lp , -N, 1, W, .' ' -, QL.: ' - - 1 1 "qs ,V ' ' LQ . ., ' 5.3 . . Q, - ,X L , li 1, 1 f 1 u 2 9 fa , J I Q1 i .f 1 ' P L w 4 I I 4 w r r P L 1 5 , .a 3 Q . T? 1 3 51 Q 1 TENS Iggy W A -. I L -'E v 4. aff? , s I 4 QQ W 'VJ 111' EJ 1 ,,,ff,, Suk x. ,i :E s -x 3 5 2 5 x MEM BERS. ' NAME. STEPHEN HOWARD ALLING, FRANK lVlARSHALL BARBER QL. S.J, FREDERIC STORER BULL, NI' T, XVILLLIAM ANIQARIESE BULL, NI' T, A , JOHN BIRD BURNHAM, A K E, X WILLIAM HOOPER COSTER qS.J, A K E, EDWARD ALEXANDER DINGWALL fS.J, A A dv, EDWARD BRONSON FINCH, A NP, - ARTHUR COLLINS GRAVES, I K A, ARTHUR LESLIE GREEN, A A CII, IRENUS IQITTRIIQGE HAMILTON, JR. fS.J, I K A, GEORGE NEWELL HAMLIN, A A dv, WILLIAM EDWARD HEUBLEIN fS.J, WILLIAM CLEVELAND HICKS, JR., NP Y, FREDERICK REED HOISINGTON QL. S.J, A AP, JOHN ARTHUR HOLLY, I K A, HARRY HOWARD, ISAAC WAYNE HUGHES, WILLIAM SANFORD KINGSBURY lS.J, EDWARD RUTLEDGE LAMPSON, JR., A A QD, ' C27 RESIDENCE Szwelfi, CZ. Pawizeekel, IE. f. ffarfforaf flzrfforal. Wz'Zmz'ngto1z, Del. Piifsozergk, Pa. Detroit, Zllieh. Greenfield, Mass. New Haven, C omz. Chicago, Ill. Clzieago, Ill. Orange, N. Hd7fjf07'd, Szwzmif, IVY Y. Covenfry, CZ. Stamford, CZ. Harzjford. C 6 oeowz'm'zjf, IVY C. Glasiorzoary, C Z. Waterozeajf, C I. Room. Suffield. 58 N. T. I6 S. H. 16 S. H. SQ Allen Pl. 44 T- H- . 43 J. H. II , . H. 42 J. H. 2 J. H. C 31 f. H. 37 5. H- 28 Capitol Ave . I8 S.I-I 7 J. H. 30 J. H 23 Williams St 25 J. H I4 J. H I3 J. H MARION RAND . NAM I-fIvfSIIlIZf':f,'E. E. EDWIN FRANKLIN LAWTON CSJ, WILLIAM HUGH MCCULLOC1-I, A K E, JOSEPH MAYO, JR., MARCH CHASE MAYO, JOHN HOWARD MORSE, VICTOR COX PEDERSEN, A K E, COLIN SCOTT PITELADO, JOHN FIELDS PLUMB, A A ID, ERNEST ALBERT PRESSEY, NI' T, LUCIAN WATERMAN ROGERS, NP T, HEYWARD SCUDDER I K A 7 7 CHARLES NORMAN SHEPARD THOMAS BURKE SMIITH, ' i 7 ELIAS BOUDINOT STOCKTON, A K E, CHARLES HOOKER TALCOTT QL. S.J, A Alf, THEODORE PAYNE THURSTON, A K E, DAVID VAN SCHAACK A A fb, 5 ROBERT WALKER, 7 GEORGE HERMANN WRIGHT, A K E, OLPH WRIGHT fS.J, I K A, LMM C'f9wh ini C0!!0nwuua', LH. Alfa, flf. Alla, ffl. ,New York C14 V. XWZU York 6731. ffargforzf. Lzffrhfalzf, Cf. 67. "3 5' xftf I5Xf:z ' :JN Eibwl SI N 2141132 120 Sig-MIDI: ,nr w.. Q Dclrail, .Jf1'w?. 5: X 1J1'0'Z!l'lfz,'IIl'c', IG. I. ff N .fVcw York' C'.fg'. 5 J. B7'Z.J'lf0fv, Cf. S4 N fLI1U21f'41'. I LIL., Gwzzlfzlzlarufz, liz. 4.5 N fLIl'4f271'lI'. 5 'gk .7VI1'1z1m1p0!1'.v, .l!z'mf. 5 ,KYlz1I'c.'7'MPc1!f', JV. Y. In J' PMIZMIIM, HLIRI-. ZVQIIU .f1I1'Kf221'f1', Cf. PW!'1111'11xg'f,n 11, A X Q 4 ' 1 S O I I ,Q I . NAME. PESIDENCE. ROOM. W1LLI,x1x1 GEORGE WR1G1A1'1', A K E, New Mfyoni, CZ. 23 J. H CHARLES HERBERT YOUNG, jfaliet, Ill. ' 1 J. H SOMETHVIE MEMBERS. GEORGE HAMPTON HILL, NP, Woffcesieff, Mass. CHARLES INGERSOLL MAURY, P1zz'ZadeQ5kz'a, Pa. JOHN TRAVERS SHOTT, NI' T, Gczlveston, Tex. IRRIING THOMAS QSMITH, A NP, Brookbfn, Zvi K C295 """"' mfsljman Glass. CLASS COLORS - Blue and I VfQ1f.'. CLASS YEI.L- Wah-hoo-wah.' ff00-'ZUCZA-000.1 7 ?1'fH'41', 7?'f"f"" P7'e.vz'de1zi, Ist l7z'ce-P1fe.vz'a'e7fzZ, za' Vz'ce-Preszdmf, Secreiaffy, T1'easu1'e1f,Q C h7'07ZZ.CZ eff, N E. G T. C I. OFFICERS. Christmas Term. Trinity Term H. BISHOP, A. '1'l'!iX1!l i 1 G. LEWIS, 0.12. IIA?-I N11 HALL, t'.Irl. 'I'.XY1.H1. W. GOODRIDGE, J, IQ, l:,x1'q rx, A- JOHNSON, .fx1.x1x'. D. RUSSELL, fy. 114,-,mm f305 X x K n if 5 5 E E- if 1 1 r -A 4 . A 1 W l w l i I 7 1 1 Alr 1 75 t QL i 1 1 D , I 1' i r . r ll I B A 1 5 t wi i. il 5 ' , 5 : vi Hi g i E ' 1, ? U L i 13 1, - 7 1 S 1, M5 s Af 1 Y 'S ,- i l , 1 . Q! 'A 3 s , ' 3 ' ': 2 5 Y , ll U 1 F , I 1 i , ,! P 5 , 9 , , S , 1 , I 3 I lf l f r 1 ' 3 , ' 1 2 , 5 E 5 ? vg ' ' W f Q R i 4! 4 T , K 1 1 5 ' , 3 wg, lug I Q if - , , ? ,L 5 , r ' - f ' ki., -L S MEMBERS. NAME. SAMSON ALMY QL. S.J, A A cb, JOHN RUSSELL BACON QL. S.J, A AP, NELSON HOWARD BISHOP QL. S.J, A K E, ALBERT CRABTREE, A K E, THOMAS LANGDON ELWYN QL. S.J, Alf T, XVILLIAM LESLIE FRENCH, THADDEUS WELLES GOODRIDGE, AI' T, HARINION SHELDON GRAVES, I K A, JACOB HUMPHREY GREENE, A AP, GORDON HALL QL. S.J, A K E, GTIS GRANT HAMMOND, QL. S.J, ELIJAH KENT HUBBARD, JR. QL. s.J, NI' T, I ROMILLY FRANCIS HUMPHRIES, FRANK WOLCOTT HUTT, CHARLES AMOS JOHNSON, A K E, HUGH KIDDER, A A fb, FRED ROOKE LAIDLEY QS. RJ, HENRY NEWMAN LEE, EDWARD GARDNER LEWIS QL. S.J, A Alf, ROLAND HAWLEY MALLORY QL.J, I K A, JOHN PAINE, I K A, HERBERT PARRISH, AI' T, ASHTON HOWARD POTTER QL. S.J, A AP, WILLIAM FRANCIS QUICK, I K A, RESIDENCE. ROOM Tiltofz, NT fl Dmzoznjf, Cf. D!Z'Z!67'Zf07'ZL, Iowa. Fa!! River, Zllczss Pkz'!ezcz'eQ5kz'cz, Pa. New York Ciiy. Exeter, .Ni If Bzzrlzozgion, Z. hfezrzford. Maffyueffe, flliek. Concord, N Hi M z'o'o'Zez'ow1z, CZ. New York Cizjf. Glozeeesfer, Moss. N orwiek, C z'. Owego, N Y Coffingiofz, Jfy. Haffyford. New York Cizjf. Brz'o'gej2orz', Cf. Ailonfzk Cizjf, IVY Grand Rczjfzds, M New York Clnljl. Ckicago, ffl. , I Svrvri 1F1fai'P1'uil"ivs 6912 19oecL? 'Qrolferniiiey of O O O - FOUNDED 1829 1355 f . QRC Uri nifey CE5o?Peg.e g Mine jllvvmflvvs. JOSEPH WELLINGTON SIIANNUN. UN 7 8 9. MARCUS C. MCLEMQRE, JR., XVILL.-XRIJ sc.f1'nmg1.:, ALQNZO MCCQNIHE, AL1a15R'r ISNIVII: xxxmgu 1. ' ' ARTHUR HAMILTON NOYl'1S. 7 , 9 U. THEODOREIVICEWEN I-IYDIE, GEORGE 'l'IlOR'Y'l'1 1x w,-.1 WARREN MCCONII-IE, XVILLIAM IIIQNIQY Wfxlllii ROBERT LEBLANC I..YN4'll. 'Q 1. ARTHUR COLLINS GRAVES, JOHN .-XR'l'lll'IQ Ill lI.l.X, IRENUS KITTREDGE HAMILTON, I-IICYXY,-XIQIJ Syl lblwlil' MARION RANDOLPH W RH I l i'l'. 7 X 'J 2 . HARMON I SHELDQN GRAVE ROI S, JOHN PAINI-1, JAND HAWLEY MALLORY, CH xR1 Vs rum .uw ' . 2 ' IXXIW . WILLIAM FI " A RANK, lb Q1' 14 lg. 4365 -. 1 Q 1 , - , . 2 1,4 n V-A" V. Xa xYf5"X 1521 RTD' -ffl 'vTf,7f' , ' 1' WY . K.1Cjsj3i5Q Yy.. " ,,, mx R,-.,,,g,,, lf, ' ':14j7-gfsxgz.-4? xfi 11 '- ' , .x3,.-x - Q, mix' ., ..... , ipv lhaiirlilin TN rwi11lfliiII1l' 1'Li1! . A P " Q11g3g glg3!QtJ'!1E'Q g .mi ,I . - - , .. ,V - . -- - x xlo X11 1 LACISHX , 4 1NfPr'xfF I A vi 4. T l : 4 1 E A A r .L U 'I' x X ""'z,,,,, .,mA- l V' v ' - V1 L J' if - Xrafrvs in Cfrfxv. HON. D. W. PARDEE, '40. 4' C. R. CHAPMAN, '47-. C. E. CRAVES, '50, C. J. HOADLY, '51. W. A. M. WAINWRIGHT, MD., ' x I. H. BROCKLESBY, f65. ' WM. C. BROCKLESBY, '5g. ARTHUR K. BROCKLESBY, '70 J. W. GRAY, '72. A REV. J. H. RARBOUR, '73, W. C. SKINNER, '7-6. G. W. BEACH, '8o. . C 37 J 3 Qnrpurafinn. RRESDENTY ' HON. JOHN TURNER WAIT, LL.D. 4 SECRETARY: WILLIAM DENISON MORGAN, M.D. TREASURER: WILLIAM A. M. WAINWRIGHT, M.D. REV. THOMAS GALLAUDET, D.D., HON. CHARLES RICHARD CHAPMAN, JOHN HENRY STEVENS QUICK, WILLIAM CLAIBORNE BROCKLESBY, REV. JOHN HUMPHREY BARBOUR, WILLIAM CONVERSE SKINNER, 438 CHARLES EMMETT GRAVES JOHN VVATKINSON GRAY EDWARD MANSFIELD SC U DDER. 7 I. li. . flrahuafP,I1IDemf1Prs. ABBOT, C. W., 749. ABBOTT, J. P., 74Q. ADAMS, G. Z., 73Q. XADAMS, I. R., ,4Q. ALLEN, E. T., ,4I. 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JOHN BIRD BURNHAM, ELIAS EOUDINOT STOCKTON, WILLIAM HOIOPER COSTER, THEODORE RAYNE THURSTON WILLIAM HUGH MCCULLOCH, GEORGE HERMANN WRIGHT, VICTOR COX PEDERSEN, S WILLIAM GEORGE WRIGHT. h 7 9 2. NELSON HOWARD BISHOP, GORDON HALL, ALBERT CRABTREE, CHARLES AMOS JOHNSON, I - JULIAN ELROY RAMSDELL. 1539 7 5 A 5 , o 4 X c 1 X 1 i 1 i 1 1 I 1 i 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 N 1 n E 1 a 1 - 1 r I Q 1 . w 1 1 5 1 z E Z I 5 1 f Krafres in 111112. H. C. ADAMS, Williams, '86, WILLIAM A. AYRES, Yale, '64. A WILLIAM T. BACON, M.D., Yale, '68. . SAMUEL A. BARRET, Dartmouth, '83,. ' HON. VVILLIAM C. CASE, Yale,,'5.7. CHARLES H. CLARK, Yale, ,7I. SAMUEL B. COIT, Lafayette, '86. ATWOOD COLLINS, Y-E1IC,',73. . FRANCIS R. COOLEY, Yale, '86, I ARTHUR W. COWLES, Trinity, '81. FREDERICK W. DAVIS,'Yale, ,77. THOMAS A. DAY, Yale, '86. E. HART 1-PENN, Yale, '79. I ,I HON. HARRISON B. FREEMAN, Yale, '62. COL. JACOB L. GREENE, University of Michigan, '61 DANIEL R. HOWE, Yale, '74, A ' FRANK E. HYDE, Yale, '79. WILLIAM W. HYDE, Yale, "76. DR. P. HENRY INGALLS, Bowdoin, 777. REV. A.,S. KAVANAGH, Wesleyan, '84, HENRY KINGMAN, Colby, '84. VVILELIAM L. MATSON, LL.B., Yale, '62. O. W. MEANS, Bowdoin, '84, CHARLES H. OWEN, LL.B., Yale, '6o.p WALTER C. PRATT, Adelbert, '85. REV. -EDWIN P. PARKER, Bowdoin, '5'6. HON. WILBERT W. PERRY, Yale, 771. SAMUEL O. PRENTICE, Yale, 773. F. C. ROBERTSON, Amherst, 773. LUCIUS C. RYCE, Yale, '86. FREDERICK' J. SHEPHARD, Yale, 773. EUGENE L1 SYMTH, Brown, '8o. PIERRE S. STARR, M.D., Yale, '6o. CLINTON F. STEPHENS, R. P.'I., '68. 6 JOHN M. .TAYLOR, Williams, '67, ARTHUR TITCOMBE, Wesleyan, '84. JOHN D. TUCKER, Yale, '61. CHARLES L. WAY, Yale, '85.' ARCHIBALD A. WELCH, Yale, '82. cssbl .1 f , T II ETA, I5EI,'1'A, BETA, . SIGMA, GAMMA, . ZETA, . LAMBDA, K A P P A , .PS I, XI, . UPSILON, IOTA, . PHI, PI, CHI, . BETA BETA, ETA, IQIQ, Eirrafernifg of LISIIUII FOUNDED 1833, Shi' U nion C5o??ege. ROLL OF l CHAPTERS. UNION COLLEGE. 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A, ln, v. ,VK E' l , 1 Q '1 if -L X I 3 3 3, s 2? ' A' 3 K i 1 ?! Y ' 2 f i' ,EY 12 , I . mg f 'fl 1 Q? 5 Hi f Q55 'fi' fi 1 7 fi? I .31 X fs - 'Tl j W 1 5' lj? vim ei1nGljapi1vr. ACTIVE MEM BERS. , I 7 , 8 9. 'ANDREW ELLICOTT DOUGLASS, .FREDERICK FERDINAND KRAMER GEORGE ALBERT FRENCH, EDWARD NORMAN SCOTT, PROSSER HALL FRYE, EDVVARD TAYLOR SULLIVAN, CHARLES HOWARD HUSBAND, RUEL CROMPTON TUTTLE. 7 ROBERT MCCLELLAND BRADY, WILLIAM PRESSEY, ERASTUS BRAINARD BULKELEY, GEORGE WINTHROP SA RGENT, RIVERIUS MANNING LUTHER, JOHN WILLIAMS. 7 9 1. FREDERICK STORER BULL, EARNEST ALBERT PRESSEV, WILLIAM ANDARIESE BULL, LUCIEN WATERMAN ROGERS, WILLIAM CLEVELAND HICKSMJR., JOHN TRAVERS SCOTT. 2 9 2. THOMAS LANGDON ELWYN, HERBERT PARRISH, TI-IADDEUSAWELLES GOODRIDGE, ROLLIN SANFORD SALTUS, ELIJAH KENT HUBBARD, JR., JAMES ARCHIBALD TURNBULL. 8 C575 XFERGUSON, I. D., '51 XFERGUSON, S., '57, FERGUSON, W., '63. FISKE, G. MCC., ,7O. FOGG, ST. B., '52, FOWLER, F. H., '61, FRENCH, L., '53, GALLAUDET, E. M., ' GARDINER, E. R., '56, GEORGE, J. F., 777. GEORGE, J. H., ,72. GEORGE, T. M. N., '8 GIESY, S. H., '85 XGILMAN, G. S., ,47. GOLDEN, H. L., '83, GOODRICH, A. B., '52. GOODRICH, J. B., '66, GOODRIDGE, E., '60, GOODRIDGE, F., '57, GOULD, C. Z., '82, HQGREENE, F. H., '82, GREENE, G., '83, - KGREEN, V., '6O. Gregovgf, ff M., ,56. GWINN, F. W., '72, 'gHALL, S., '54, PIAMERSLEY, W., '58, XHITGG, G. W., '62, HURD, A. D., '77, XHURD, I. D., '74, HX'DE, E. M., '75, XISBELL, C. M., '65, XTACKSON, A., '6O. aE:'ACKSON, W, A., '83, EHWOHNSON, E. E., '59, jOHNSON, F. E., '84. OHNSON, G. D., '54, if OHNSON, S. W., '81, 'T -4 'r LONES, C. W., 'SL STONES, E. P., jr., 377. .- -P QONES, W. N., '88, WKELLEY, J., '44, KEMPE, E. A., 'SL A2'111zelf, L. ill, M7O. KISSABI, E. V. B., '69, f!fl'ffl'c'Cfg'c', A. S., '57, A7cyfpa1z61z1jg, H. WT, '5S. IQNICKERBACKER, D. B., IQRUMBIIAAR, W. B., '55 LANPHER, L. A., '8O. LEFFINGWELL, C. S., '54 LEWIS, G. F., '77, LINDSLEY, C. A., '49, LOBDELL, F. D., '85, HARRIMAN, F. D., '45, WLONG, W., '43, IIARRIMAN, F. W., '72, LOVERIDGE, D. E., '5O. 'EI'IART, G., '7O. MACKAY-SMITII, A., '72, HART, S., '66, XIVIACKLIN, R. IS., '58, HAYDEN, C. C., '66, fkwlzawzn, S., '57, 'EIiIENVI'1"1', S. G., '77, PIICKOX, G. A., '5r. I-I1cKS, G. C., '56, HICKS, J. M., '54, "HIC1CS, W. C., '48, MAGILL, G. E., '84. MARSHALL, M. M., '63, MATHER, W. G., '77, flL'C01zMu', S., '56, McCRACR,LxN, J. I-I., 'S2. 1WCCRACKAN,XY. D.. '85 MGIVOR, N. W., 'S2. PIITCHCOCK, W. A., '54. MEARS, vl. .HITCHCOCK, W. H., '84, MORRIS, F I'IOFF, H., '82, YIWORRIS, .IQ M OW E W. FIOLVVAY, O., 'So. , HUDSON, R., '7 1. N EELY, A. 59 J IE., '58, ., '64, H.. 145. R., '70, D., '85, 1? vafrvs in Urftv. J, W. ALLEN, Beta, 'SS. JAMES P. ANDREVVS, Beta, '77, REV. PROF. E. C. BISSELL, D.D., Gamma, '55, HON. JOHN R. BUCK, Xi, '62, CLARENDON C BULKELEY, Beta Beta, '75, ALFRED B. BULL, Beta Beta, '59, VVILLIAM CASE, Beta, '85, G. PIERREPONT DAVIS, MD., Beta, '66, JOHN C. DAY, Beta, 357. CI-IAS. E, FELLOWES, Beta, '56. REV. Plum. HENRY FERGUSON, Beta Beta, ' E. M. GALLAUDET, Beta Beta, '56, Ham. XVILLIAM HAMERSLEY, Beta Beta, '53, Rav. PROP. SAMUEL HART, D.D,, Beta Beta, HON. JOSEPH R. HAWLEY, LL.D., Psi, '47, ARTHUR N. HOLLISTER, Beta, '58, Pmwx CHARLES F. JOHNSON, Beta, '55, FRANK E. JOHNSON, Beta Beta, '84, C. B. LATIMER, Gamma, 'SL S. C. METZGER, Beta, '80, HUN. CHARLES M. POND, Beta Beta, '58. REV. L. H. REID, Beta, '47. L. tv. R151D,.Ber.t, '75, HENRY ROBERTS, Beta, '77. HON. HENRY C. ROBINSON, Beta, '53, LUCIEN I", ROBlNSON, Beta, '85, GEORGE H. SEYMS, Beta Beta, ,72. HON. JOSEPH H, SPRAGUE, Alpha, '51, LENVIS E. STANTON, Beta, '55, Rav. CHARLES E. STOXVE, Alpha, '75, JAMES U. TAINTOR, Beta, '66, XV. J. TATEUM, Xi, '34, 69 7 HON. J. HAMMOND TRUMBULL, LI,.D., Beta, Rav. JOSEPH H. TXVICHELL, Beta, '59, CHARLES DUDLEY XV.-XRNER, L.H.D., Pst, '51 F. G. XVEBSTER, Zeta, 'S3. P. H. XVOODXVARD, Beta, '55, C61 J 559 Jfoqorarcey Qrafernitg fji via KHDLIH JIT C?3XNi??icLrQ cmEl. Mary Gofmkge. ROLLS GF UNITED CHAPTERS. ALPI-IA OF MAINE, . . ALPHA OF NEW PIAMPSHIRE 7 ALPHA OI-' VERIVIONT, l'3Ii'1'A OF VERMONT, . . ALPHA OF MASSACIIUSETTS, BETA OF IYIASSACHUSETTS, GAMMA QF IVIASSACHUSETTS, rXl.l'H.-X Ulf' CONNECTICUT, . BETA OF CONNECTICUT, . G.-XMIN1.-X mf CONNECTICUT, Al.l"lAlA OF NEW YORK, . BETA UF NEW YORK, GAMMA OF NEW YORK, . UIELT.-X OF NEW YORK, I-IIJSILON OF NEW YORK, . XI-:TA Ol" NEW CYORK, 1i'IA OF NEW YORK, 'FRI-:'I'.x OI-I NEW YORK, IOTA OI' NEW YORK, . .-XLl'lIl.SX OF PENNSYLVANIA, Bl'I'1x.-X OE PENNSYLVANIA, . BETA OF GIIIO, . . C62 BOWDOIN. DARTMOUTH. . UNIVERSITY OF VERINIONT. MIDDLEEURY. HARVARD. IALMHERST. ' WILLIAMS. YALE. TRINITY. WESLEYAN. UNION. CUNIVERSITY OF CITY OF NEW YORK COLLEGE OF CITY QF NEW YORK. COLUMBIA. 4 ' HAMILTON. HOBAR1'. MADISON. CORNELL. , - UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER. DICKINSON COLLEGE. ' LEI-IIGH. I I KENYON. I U 'ff f 3' 2 ' .. -"- 'Y'-V51 4 4 , '41 1 1.3 3 5 f si5??53i,3g ."A - A .....- .- ,.., P .if 1 NE ' L51 M ,ff 5 v . .fn v--, Q A I 1 ' 1 ,A 4 1 Q 1 1 v. 'S 6 5, 75 A , Q, ,. F.. 4 w Q 1 ds- X n 4 + y L . ----- , , ff 5. X ' X Q A 4 , 5 3 Q . 2 I ii E 2- I ig 3 gi l H Q ii ii f if 3 xi '1 Xi 1? A 323 le F' Q . Y Pf'H nf Gunnvrfiruf. OFFICERS. P1'e.vz'dc1z!, PROF. JOHN BROCKLESBY, LL.D. ' V1'cu-P1'c.w'12'e1zf, REV. RUFUS EMERY, MA. Sfw'e!1z1jf,REV. SAMUEL HART, D.D. 73'ms1ff'c2', GEORGE LEXVI5 COOKE, M.A f1.S'.S'1'.S'fIllZl' Secrefmjf, WILLARD SCUDDER. A A.v.r1'.vz'a1zf Y1l'c'1IJ'1l7'z.'1', F. G. XV ILLIA MS amass of lsss. WILLIAM FESTUS MORGAN, IR., QEIM5 of 1889. ANDREXV ELLICQTT DOUQLASS, WILL.-XRD SCUDDER, CHARLES HAZZARD REMINGTON, LUCIEN FRANK SIQNNI-:'1"r, FRANCIS GOODWIN WILLI.-ms. 4635 HAMILTON, C. A., '82. HARDING, A., '79. HARRADEN, F. S., '67. HARRIMAN, F. W., '7-3. HART, S., '66. HARWOOD, E. E. M 18615. XHAWKES, W. W. fi 18615 PIAYDEN, C. C., '66, XHAYDN, T. L., '56. HENDERSON, E. F., '82. HERMANN, S., '57. HICKOX, G. A., '5I. HICRS, G. C., '56, HICKS, J. M., ' 54. HIESTER, I., '76. HILLS, J. D., '78. HOADLY, C. J., 751. I-IOLBROOKE, G. O., '69. THOLCOMB, D. E., '56. HOLDEN, S. M., '82, I'IOLWAY, O., '8o. HOOKER, S. D., '77. HOPSON, G. B., '57. HOTCHKIN, S. F., '56. HOVEY, H. E., '66. HUBBARD, G. M., '75. HUBBARD, W. S., '88. XHUGG, G. W., '62, HULL, A. S., '66. HUNT, E. K. M 18515. HUNTINGTON, J. T., '5o. HUNTINGTON, J. W., '83. XHURD, J. D., ,74. HUSKE, J., ,77. JACKSON, A., '6O. JACOBS, E. C., '55. JENNINGS, A. B., '61, XJOHNSON, E. E., '59. TJOHNSON, E. P., '65. JOHNSON, F. E., '84. JOHNSON, G. D., '54. JONES, C. W., '8I. XJONES, L. H., '52, KKELLY, J., '44. KER, G., '43. QKKERFOOT, J. B. M 18655. KISSAM, E. V. B., '69. KITTRIDGE, A. S., '57. IQNICKERBACKER, D. B., ' LAMPHER, L. A., '8o. LILIENTHAL, H., '86. LINSLEY, A. B., '82, LOCKWOOD, L. A., '55. LOOMIS, H. B., '85. LOVERIDGE, D. E., '5o. 9 LUTHER, F. S., '7o. MACKAY, J. U2 18545. MACKAY, W. R., '67. BLIALLORY,-G. S., '58, IVIARBLE, N. E. C12 18615. MCCOOK, J. J., '63. NICCRACKAN, J. H., '82. METCALE, H. A., '66. MILLER, P. S., '64. MITCHELL, S. S., '85. MOEEETT, G. H., '78. MOORE, C. E., '76. MORGAN, W. F., '88. IWULCHAHEY, J., ,42 M 18825 NIURRAY, J. B., '62, N EELY, H. R., '84. NEWTON, E. P., '8I. NICHOLS, W. F., '7O. NILES, E. C., '87. NILES, VV. VV., '57. NORTON, F. L., '68, QLMSTED, C. T., '65. PADDOCK, B. H., '48. PADDOCK, J. A., '45, PADDOCK, L. H., '88. PAGE, C. M 18515. PARSONS, A. T.. ,7I. PARSONS, H., '83. PARSONS, J. R., '8I. PATTISON, A. E., '8o. PATTISON, G. B., '8I. PAYNE, VV., '34 M 18545. PEABODY, F. B., '48. PERRY, J. B., '72. -'A 7F XPETTIT, W. F., '46. TPIERCE, H. H., '58. POTTS, F. H., '68, PRESTON, 'I'. S., '43. PROUT, J., '77. PURDY, C. E., '88. TPURDY, J. S., '49. PYNCHON, T. R., '4I. RAFTERY, O. H., '73. REINEMAN, R. T., '82. RICHARDSON, F. W., '84. RICHARDSON, L. W., '73. HROGERS, 'R. C., '45 RUDDER, W., '48. RUSSELL, F. F., '85. RUSSELL. G. W., '34 M 18515 SANDS, O. A., '87. XSANFORD, D. P., '44. SANFORD, H. S., '35 fb 18615. SCARBOROUGH, J., '54. SCUDDER, C. D., '75, 1 I lilniifvvuvg x ,. Jil .'- 5 , A,, 1- , x ,Q 4 f 1 - x. T 1 1 4 1 - Y x IL. '4 1 1 1 1, ' 4 W 1 , l - Q J 1 ' 1 . 1 , A Q . f-- A ' w ,. ' , ff l A x 4 ,Q , w N x A' , Q .I in I ml, ..Q..f,i." ,V 5 .Q ,.,.,1N ,Mp ln 4. . A -:..1 Q v -1 .. A w ,.f : . 1 , 1 , " ,,:!, 1 , -, . 4+ 5 ., , 4- 1 W V - ---,- Y W MV E I-, -,..,---N.-,-,- MNH- Vg'-, ' L',Qf,i,. L H. ,,',xJ,.1 51.45-,l Q ' 3 - L- , ,, , - ,, ,. . ..- f-X 5 - f . X- , , .T Vx .. , ',f if ,ff.:.J.?A,Lw , , 5-Q. , 4 -Q - K. -13,-5--4: Ir, Z3 -5 gh LJ fl, , - U, 1 ,,-1, .f'i.J,., L.. rfaff f "-4 K' 2' 'T '+ 'Vi- .-JY., H14 4 Aff. 5 - ' - ' 4 'A If .a- A , A . 1 v 1. , , ----yi f s .4 .N VW. .Vu 4:-i . ' 1213? 00 www G AQVECTY 01' .ye C: Sf? fig 4693 4 fiilpljn nf Clnnnvridrnla OFFICERS. Pffeszkiefzl, GEORGE VVINTHROP SARGENT. - ' Vin-Pmzff.fnf, VVARREN MCCQNI Sammy, ERASTUS BRAINERD BULKELEY. 79'60.S'Zl7'E7', GEORGE THHURSTON MACAULEY. Assz'sz'zmz' Secreiaffy, WILLIAM ELIPHALET ADAMS BULKELEY. As.vz'.v!fzm' 7B'L'!Z.S'?l7'67', GEORGE THORNTON XVARREN 411118523 Df 1388. 1 mass of 1859. S. F. ARVIS R., R. H. SCI-1i3'rz, 7 O A. MCCONIHE, A. M. VANDERPQEL. A. H. NOYES, A. E. VVRICIIT. Qtlasw of '9ti. ' E. B. BULKELEY, W. MCCONIH12, W. E. A. BULKELEY, G.'W. SARGENT, G. T. MACAULEY, P. SMITH. . , G. T. WARREN. GRADUATE AND HONORARY MEMBERS Qee Qumquenmal Catalogue to be pubhshed m 1890 71 qw' r . - Qbrnturiral lplfigr Gnntrst. AT ALUMNI HALL, ' Monday, April 2, 1555. The students of the College, in continuation of Prizes given by the Athenzeum and Parthenon Literary Societies, offer two prizes in money for excellence in writing and' delivering English Orations. Two members from each of the three upper classes, selected after competition, are the speakers. . COMMITTEE OF AWARD. COLL J. L. GREENE, DR. H. P. STEARNS, E. D. Roisnms, Iiso. ' SPEAKERS. EDWARD M. McCooK, ,QO, . .... The Story of Maximilirin. REUEL C. TUTTLE, '89, . . Unser Fritz. FREDERICK F. ISZRAMER, '89,. Pontiac. ARTHUR C. HALL, '88, . . Nihilisni ri necessary evil. CLIFFORDES. GRISWOLD, '9o, Arbitration. First Prize, . F. F. IQRAMER. Second Prize, E. M. MCCOOK. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. A, C, HALL, '88, W. S. HUBBARD, '88, E. C. Jor1NsoN, zd, '88. IO l73I x I ' ' I Grntnrirnl JP14512 Cinntrst February 28, 1889. ,l. COMMITTEE 'OF' AWARD. REV. FLOYD W. TOMPKINS, JR., ' MR. CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER, MR. CHARLES HOPKINS CLARK SPEAKERS. JOHN W1LL1AMs, ,QO, .... THEODORE PAYNE THURSTON, '91, . LUCIEN WATERMAN ROGERS, 791, . THEODORE LATHROP CHERITREE, '9O, . ARTHUR CHASE, '89, . . . . SAMUEL FERMOR JARVIS, JR., '39, . The Disestablishment of the Welch Church The Jesuits in the Northwest Charles Sumner. Henry George and his Ph11OsOphy Metamorphoses. The Mechanical Age. First Prize, Second Prize, L. W. ROGERS. T. P. THURSTON. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS E- T- SULLIVAN, '39, A. MILLARD, JR., '89, . DANCING. Floor Manager, . MR. ROBERT H. SCHUTZ I74I Sfji, .4 4' ' S" ' ' .-z, I r 4' S.. f 74- 75- '76. 551112 Griniilg ing. FOUNDED BY THE CLASS OF1874. . 7 EDITORS. P. H. WHALEY, G. M. DUBOIS, S. H. HEWVLETT, H. E. WHITNEY. W. D. SARTWELLE, H. M. HOO1'ER, C. D. SCUDDER, G. W. LINCOLN, E. W. WORTHINGTON. ' I. HIESTER, E. N. BURKE, H. V. RUTHERFORD, W. W. GILLETTE, W. C. SKINNER. '77 A. M. CLARK, R. H. COLEMAN, W. E. ROGERS, -I. E. IQURTZ, G. H. NORTON. 778 79- o. '8 I 2. 783 .84 .85 ,86 7. '88. s ,89 '9o. c o W. C. BLACKMER, R. M. CAMPBELL, G. H. NIOFFETT, I. C. DEUEL, H. B. SCOTT. W. N. ELBERT, Managz'1zgE4iz't0f', QRR HUFFINGTON, A. H.IXRDING, J. S. CARPENTER, S. G. FISHER. G. ICNEELAND, W. R. LEAKEN, W. L. CROSBY, C. G. WVILLIAMS, j. C. BARROWS. G. B. PAITISON, Ml7ZdgZ.7Qgf Edzlar, L. C. WASIIBURNE, A. W. REINEMAN, W. T. ELMER, G. S. HUN'FINGTON. 7 C. CARPENTER, .Mmzagffzg Ediior, C. H. CARTER, C. E. HOTCIIKISS, D. M. BOIILEN, R. T. REINEMAN. F. ROOSEVELT, f1'ftZ7ZIIlg"Z'7lg E1z'z'f0r, H. L. GOLDEN, H. W. THOMPSON, A. H. VVRIGIIT, I. R. CARTER. F.. L. PURDY,flfll7ZIlg'l.7lg' Edifor, W. R. SEDGXVICK, W. S. BARROWS, F. D. BUCKLEY, E. S. VAN ZILE, G. H. HILLS. S. T. MILLER, fwzmzging Edzfor, H. NELSON, IR., H. B. LOOMIS, A. CODMAN, 1. R. CUNNINGHAM. H. R. HEYDECICER, Zmzzzqgzgg Edifar, G. E. BEERS, E. C. NILES, 15.13. IAIA'1'CII, A. H. ANDERSON. '87, W. J. TATE. A. H. ANDERSON, .7Mz2zagz'1zgEdz'f01', G. C. CARTER, G. S. XVATERS, C. W. UOVVMAN, F. B. WHITCOME, O. A. SANDS. M. C. W.ARNER,fWa1zf1gz'1zg E1i1'ft7l', J. P. ELTON, L. XV. DOWNES, A- MCCUNIHF. R. C. EASTMAN, H. M. BELDEN. C. H. REMINGTON,fl1QIl1zIg1'7?g'ffzfffvf, R. H. SCHUTZ, S. F. JARVI5, ,TR-I A- E- XVRICIIU A. MILLPXRD, R. C. TUTTLE. G. P. COLEMAN AND G. W. IYIINER, ALI7ldg'l'7QQ' Effzhw-.v, G. T. IWACAIJLAY, Lm-wry Editor, G. T. W.-XRREN, C. S. GRISXVOLD, R. MCC. BRADY, R. H. IJIUTCHINS. A wsu C552 Suni- illvnnial Qlianrvr Qlufl lVlElVlBERS.' REV. SAMUEL HART, EDWARD T. SULLIVAN, '89, ABEL MILLARD, '89. FRANCIS G. WILLIAMS, '89, HENRY H. BARBER, ,9O. URIEL H. SPENCER, 790. VICTOR C. PEDERSEN, '91 Qaovietp for the propagation nf iimmmleiage of 9IBniJem languagez among Qlrmiorz ann Qcqalgomurw Patron-The REV. J. J. MCCooK. Department No Department No Department No. I. Instructors, Department No. I, - German. 2, ---- French. Meets Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays E. MCCOOK and C. H. TALCOTT. 2. Meets Mondays and Wednesdays. Instructors, G. T. MACAULEY and F. R. HOISINGTON. Place of meeting -Last section, halfway up the stairs. Al1diCHCC-SENNETT, CHERITREE, BRADY, E. BULKELEY, SMITH, PRESSEY, SPENCER ef ai Time, II A.M. 1769 v -QLH . .. 2 Grinifg EInlIvgeIII12issinnavg Snrivfg FOUNDED 1832. OFFICERS. ,P1'esz'fiem', F. F. KRAMER, '89. l7z'cc-P1'csz'a'e1zz', . E. T. SULLIVAN, '89, Secrctavjl, . I-I. H. BARBER, ,QO. Treaswfw' W. C. HICKS, JR., '91. Chfzjrlczzbz, REV. T. R. PYNC1-ION As.vz'.vZzz1zj Ckzrplazh, . . REV. SAMUEL HART 66 s " Pro Cwrfxfv uf Zfcffc.v1'f1." T77 QQQMQ Q X I. ! N K 3 li LL . 'I . H' 1 1 1 L'l nav V - 1 X-X xi' Wk X as ,- 'Zz W U .r77':' , 'v' ?: . ""l-e- N-QSC " "'....,aEX 'NX X N ' XQ . 1 S- X 'Rx M "f'f1s.Q.,X X XY :Q ' ' Raw 'X ?.iTxif 'T' 3- X ' ' "ik X h' 'R il'-,j' ,Ja Yi 'ETL 'fEf3,. Qx ? .---- t,,- f' Fwy I in 'I I! nie 5' ll I il I xl. I, 4 xiiffi :A ' ' M , A 4 v Rf Wifi!! I Piggy! , if MF ' ? 4.5 I - 'iw l Milf' . . 'IIWE - VB SIM' . I A J ' s. A .QD C. H. REMINGTON, '89. C. S. GRISWOLD, '9o. W. H. COSTER, '91, C787 ,277 'X- -z,,,41- fi ' lf x iff?-Z i N 11' T 15-x 2 ' ,X f, If, f v, Nwxjz- -4 ff 'Z' V: fl!-7 fkrb E". 2 ff ff I, ffl. fm' ft - ff ., - V,f'i,1,?:'j, 212' J, X A x' , fa -'L f, I, ,if V-' -,'jf,'f,,'! 'f u ,X f 1 ,fy-WML . ,.,,,. ,, f, J :H--1 1 .- 4' ff- 'Cf 1" l N 6542: K 1 ff I Z' In fx I f .x .Vx ,!-"- Q . 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STONE, ILA., ,I . A XV If S. A. II R. STRONI., B.A., . R. S'I'L'AR'I', ILA., r.. ,,- . C.SIIA1.I, ... P. SXYENSUN 9 SXYIQNSON, . R. '.IIIIOMI'SON, ILA., N. D. THORNE, R. THORNE, M.A.,. LIEUT. C. A. L. '1'U'I"I'liN, U S M A S. II. P. '1'ROxVH1cImzR, ILA. G. B. UINIJIERIIILI., B.S., E. VAN ZILE, M.A., M. C. XVARNIZR, ILA., G. S. XVAVERS, B.S., REV. I.. XVATRRAIAN, M..-X , XV. MOODY, Uptixnns, XV. D. IXIORGAN, B.A., M.D., S N. XVATSON, M.A., A. S. IXIURRAY, JR., M.A , LL.B., lil. B. XX7A'I"l'S, M.A., R. IXIURRAY, B.S., REV. P. II. XVIIALIQY, II..-X., REV. R. H. NIiI.SfXN, M.A., F. XV. XVIIITIMCK, ILA., E. P. NEXXITON, B.A., I". I.. XVILCON, B.A., WR. NORFLEET, JR., I" ' ' P. PADGETT, M.A., H. PARSONS, B.A., L. H' I J. R. PARSONS, JR., M.A., R G. B. PAT'1'ISON,BI.A., G. E. PERKINS, M.A., . P XX ILCON, ILA., G. XVILLIABIS, M.A., . VIIJIIIEIQIJINIG, , EV. R. I.. XVINKI.IiX', ILA., 'U N I , ill. S xxmm., 1...-V. 1.I..1... R EV. C. Ii. XVOODAIAN, IVA PII D, XV. A. C. Cl. G. L. P. XI I P , J. B. ERXVIN, B.A., CLAVTON PLATT, A. H. XVRHQHT, II.-'Xu REV. C. W. FREELAND, B.A , L. M. PLUMER, B.A., A. M. YOUNH, M.A., REV. C. H. GARDNER, B.D., REV. T. A. PORTER, M.A., ' ' ARCH FIENDS. ROYAL BENGAL HIPPOGRIFF, . . . CAT A.M0UNTA1N, , . II. II. It. IZ. IX. I I I GRYPHONIC EGGSUCKER, ..... I.. '1'. R. L. T. A. 'l'. l I I RETIRING DEIVIONS. . S. F. JIARVIS, JR., R. H. SCHLITZ, L. FI SENNETT, C. IRI. IQIQMINCTON, F. G. XX'1I.LIAx1S, A. N. XZ-.N I mf DEVLINGS. PTOMLX, LGCOMG, CAIVAR, NIELRIQX, Jxnvzn. XXKIST, SIMTIC- IIKQU1. I AUX II 'It Deceased. ISI I . D. SCUDDER, B.A., M.1I. . A II N I L I I X J ' I .1 ' , , Glvanh rfhnunl. M ,,Hm11um . W" N . I M E ffffQg.f'Il4r: U N . 'f11f1Uf11w1yy'EE 4 uni' ' V, Quill if ' ,Q Xl' X? 1840. ALUMNI MEMBERS, - - - - 476 ACTIVE MEMBERS, - E 5 i327 ACTIVE MEMBERS ACTIVE MEMBERS, ' GRADUATE MEMBERS, I ACTIVE MEMBERS, ' C 85 I gf Q Ji' .XA H , ?f 'X ' 1 AXHQ KQJ 5 Q' x ' ills X Ls .2 lk - 7 A X N -Ella' J, -- -, 7 X H- "ME :ff ' 2 , , N- f P ' . ' TX . 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THE NEW ENGLAND , ntvr ullvgnafv Zifblvinr Iiissnrnahnn OFFICERS Preszdefzf C XV PORIPR, Amherst Fzvsz' VzceP1e.vmQ1zz' SAMUILL SPARIIAWK Dirtmouth Serum' Vzcelnszawzr W F A IULKLIEX, ITIINIB Secuiary I' G PIANINIAN, Worcester fuzzsmer I' Ix YXIIITII, XV1II1'1ms Execzztzac Commiflet G H MOSIZQ, D'1rtmouth IDXXARD DUFIW, Amherst I F M SACKF11,Bl'OWl1, T A CONOVLR, Irmmty , C 1 ECLIlSI'OIN, Weslevan, II C RICE, Worcester, E I'IOIIxI1NS Wrlhams MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION Amherst, Brown, Dartmouth 'lr1n1tx, VVeslev'm, XVIIII21I'I1S,'1lICI Worcester Polytechmc Instxtute The Third Arzmzal F7cIa' IIfUc'I'1.71g' wil! be hcffz' in II2w'rc.vfc1', T hu1'.f1fC1J', 51'f',1' 23, 1339 I I revs' I ' zgqav l 5 l il 3 if l 1 1 I 1 lla 1 THE NEW, ENGLAND Inter-Qullvgialv Iiiflilnrlir Kssqriatiun g RECORDS. 0 2 . 5 Event. Record. Name. College. D31 100 yards dasln A IO 3-5 s, Iieay, IJartn1outh, hiay 24, 220 yards dash, 232 s., Allen, Worcester P. I May 24, 440 yards dash, 53 s, Clove, IDartnxouth, hlay 24, Q-nnhe run, 2 nn.3 2-5 s, 'Prescott, IDartn1outh, hlay 27, I mile run, 4 m. 39 s., Holton, Amherst, May 27, 2 mile run, IO m. 24 4-5 s Ellis, Dartmouth, May 24, 120 yards' hurdle, I8 2-5 s., Keay, Dart1nouth, May 27, I mile walk, 8 m. 27 I-5 s., Bradford, W'orcester P. I May 2.4, 2 mile bicycle, 6 m. SI s., Delabarre, Amherst, May 24, Running high jump, 5 ft. 6 in., jgglgtilllg, May 27, Standing high jumia, 4 ft. 112 in., Crook, VVilliams, May 24, Running broad jump, 20 ft. 25 in., Warriner, Amherst, May 24, Standing broad jump, IO ft. 53 in., Crook, Williams, May 241 Throwing I6 lb. hammer, 82 ft. 925 in., Bodwell, Dartmouth, May 24, Putting 16 lb. shot, 33 ft. I in., Chandler, Dartmouth, May 24. Pole vault, 9 ft. 7 in., Warriner, Amherst, Mal' 341 Bar vault, 6 ft. 45- in., Boyd, Amherst, May 27, Throwing base-ball, 356 ft., Campbell, Williams, Mal' 37f Meetings at Hartford, May 27, 1887, and at Worcesteig May 24, ISSS- l91 l I C. 1888 1888 1888 1887 1887 1888 1887 1888 1888 1887 1888 1888 1888 1888 1888 1888 1887 1887 Erinitg Qullvge Tifblvtir Tissnriafiun. f I , f . f . I ff V' . '1 41 21 .- A- . fa. W. M - . -4 . 1-44' 1 1' -'.5EQE:Ei: 51-e:..z'T3" U5 'A 'l 5 4 -1z':'2:::"l:P:-14 " - 1. L . x . 1 I -J . :ff J: Q ' lg 1.13-,122 1' f .. . Q 5 M ,5s5..gg.f3ggg:is11??::g ' ' W I lb 1.55 . ., ' X . , 1i5ii5g'f1:e?11ffaEiE.a1Efaerie- :s.i5- .. . ff , 'Qui ,TT -N J'-' ' ' 1,A,, , 1.1 . L.- A , , -4' :QW ' E I- " Q 1' . Xx'i'iX1,g? 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Captain of Inter-collegiate Athletic Team. W. E. A. HULKELIQY, '90, EXECUTIVE COMM ITTEE. R. H. SCHUTZ, T. A. CONOVIER, P. Sx11'rn, '90, W. SCUDDER, W. E. A. BULKELEY, T. P. 'I'mfRs'wx, '9u. E. B. BULKELEY, G. A. FRENCH, '89 II. S. GI2,AX'If5a C933 120 Yard Hurdle Race. 1st-HOISINGTON, '91, 21 1-5 sec. 2d-W. E. A. BULKELEY, 'QO. Running Broad Jump. ISt-HALL, '88, I7 feet II in. 2d-E. B. BULKIELEY, TQO, I7 feet 4 in. A Three-legged Race, IOO Yards. ' ISt--SCOTT, '89, and F. S. BULL, '91, I4 1-5 sec. 2d-SMITI-1, ?QO, and G11Iswo1.D, '90 d 220 Yard Dash. Ist-VV. E. A. BULKELEY, 390, 23 4-5 sec. 44-O Yard Dash. 1st-W. E. A. BULKELEY, '90, 54 3-5 sec. Record. Half-mile Run. ISt--FINC1-I, ,9I, 2 min. II 1-5 sec. Record. One-mile Run. Ist-HUTCHINS, ,QO, 4 min. 59 I-5 sec. Record. Two-mile Run. Ist- Sm-ZNCER, ,QO, 1OI11i11. 53 sec. Record. SUIVIIVIARY. XVil1llCl'S. Seconds. Rccords lirokcn. '33, 3 3 0 '89, I I O O '90, 9 5 4 ,QI, . 6 5 I Graduates, I O C' R151fER15E-MR. j. B. FITZGERALD. JUDGES-QPRQF. J. J. Mecooli and W. F. MORGAN, SS. S'1'A1z'1'15R - M R. STEPHEN DALY. COMMITTEE OF ARRANoE11EN'1's-MORGAN, '38, W. 12L'I,,KI5I.liY. '90, F. HULL, 91 i953 Qgmnasium 61,-fliillifiun. TUESDAY, MARCH IQ, I889. CCNTESTS. STANDING HIGH JUMP - ISI, E. B. Bulkeley, '90, 4ft. 9 in. lRncoRD.J zd, Gesncr, '90, 4 fr. 5 in HIGH KICK- Ist, Chase, '89, 8 ft. 55 in. IRECORDQI 2d, E. B. Bulkclcy, '90, S ft. 4 in. RUNNING HIGH JUMP- Ist, E. B. Bulkeley, '90, 5 ft., zd, Hoisington, '91, 4 ft. IO in. ROPE CLIMBING,- Ist, Spencer, '90, sec., zd, French, '89, RING JUMP- Ist, Jarvis, '89, II ft. IC in., 2d, French, '89, II ft. 4 in. BAR VAULT- Ist, Hoisington, 6ft. 4 in., 2d, XV. Bull, '91, 6 ft. TUG OF WAR-,QI team, Lampso11, Young, Talcott, and Hoisington, .flzzrbnr amz' C,1j1f.::'f.- Scrub team, Hubbard, '92, French, '89, Noyes, '89, Chase, '89, XVon by 'QI, by about two ICUI EXHIBITIONS. CLUB SWINGING-Conover, '90, Spencer, '90, Pedersen, '91. PARALLEL BARS-Conover, '90, Griswold, ,903 Spencer, '90, Thurston, '91 , Bacon, ,922 Hall '92, Hammond, ,92. Cup for best exhibition awarded to Bacon, '93, SWINGING RINGS- French, '89, E. B. Bulkeley, '90, Hall, '92, Hammond, '92. HORIZONTAL BAR-French, '89, E. B. Bulkeley, ,905 Spencer, '90, Gcsncr, 'QOQ Hall. '92 Hammond, IQ2. . SPARRING- Smith, '90, vs. Hubbard, '92 I2 roundsl , Conover, '90, wx. Lampson, '91, I1 roundl TUMBLING- French, '89, Conover, '90, Talcott, '91 , Young, '91 , Hoisinglon, 'QI 3 Mrtfurllof-I1 '91, Hubbard, '92, Hall, '93, I'IHl11l'l1OllCl,-,Q2. ' The McCrackan Cup, for the best all round athlete, was awarded to HALL, ,92. Holder of MCCl'Z1CIi21l1 cup for 1888. E. B. BULKELEY, IQO. JUDGES- F. E. Johnson, '84, and J. VV. Shannon. '87. REFEREE- E B. Hatch, '86. GYMNASIUM INSTRUCTOR-P1-of. Stephen Daly. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS-R. H. SCIIIIIZ,lSQ,CIlZlIl'lll1'Ill2 'l'. A. Conover, '90: Ii. Ii. Bulkeley, '90, T. P. Thurston, '91 , J. R. Bacon, '92, I3 I97 I 4 i 4 . 5. 52 E. 5 5 9' i R. 3 Y E E -vfw..-w-...,,.., , v-.-r i C5riniig Qullvgv iuifiileiir Zissnriaiinn. HERE ENE HQUNES RUN. W-1. .fl X . '-iii .. .- SATURDAY, DEC. 3. 1338. I HARES-FINCH, ,9I, and LAMPSON, ,QL Ezlgfhf mizmfasi smrl. WHIPPER-IN-P. SMITH, '9o. FIRST PRIZE, Silver Cup-HOISINGTON, '91, SECOND I'1uz1c, Sifzw' 1'lL:f1'a!-HU'1'CZI-IINS, 'go Distance, about nine miles. C995 928113011 of 1888. SCHEDULE OF GAMES. At Amherst, October 6, Trinity, 34, Amherst Agricultural College, o. At Hartford, October 13, Trinity, 8, Vtlorcester Polytechnic Institute, 4. At Hartford, October 25, Trinity, 60, St. johnls, o. At Amherst, October 31, Trinity, og Amherst, o. At Hoboken, November 3, Trinity, 6, Stevens, o. At Hartford, November 14, Trinity, 16, Amherst, o. At Worcester, November 24, VVorcester Polytechnic, 63 Trinity, o. SUMMARY. Games won, 5 Games lost, 1 Games tied, . . . I Points scored by Trinity, I24, against Trinity, ro. The team made 25 touch-downs kicked 9 goals, and compelled their opponents to make 3 snfeties. The touch-downs were made as follows: Conover, 5, E. McCook, 4, Graves, .ig Ly11Cl1,2 Thurston, 23 E. Bulkeley, 2, Griswold, 2, Brady, 23 Shannon, IQ French,1. fIOIl P mvriran nfvr-Qullvgiafv f,Basv-JBHH ssuriaiinn. OFFICERS. President--A. F. CLARKE, IVz'!f1'a111.v. First Vice-President-C. E. MOULTQN, Darimmzfh. Second Vice-President-H. C. BEMAS, Auzbfzaff. Secretary and Treasurer-R. BIELCIIER, .llmhl-mfr. MEMBERS. XVilliams, Dartmouth, Trinity, and Amherst. ISSS Champion - Willimns. Q 1o3 J ' 9 .7i5a5efU5aII fbias. F. T. SULLIVAN, P. F. F. KRAMER, C. W. SCUDDER, IB. F. G. WILLIAMS, QB. Captain. E. N. SCOTT. S A P. A F. JARVIS, s.s. M. VANDERPOEL, 3B H. FRYE, L. F. MILLARD, IR., C. F. R. HUTCHINS SCHUTZ, R. F., and Ass't Captain. Substitute. E. N. SCOTT. '9 U 715852175811 flame. Captain. R. MCCLELLAND BRADY, 313. EDWARD MCP. MCCOOK, P. XV. E. A. BULKELEY, 5.5 PHILIP SMITH, C. XVARREN MCCONIHE, I, 1 THEODORE L. CHERITREE, Iis. E. B. BULKELEY, c.If. G. P. COLEMAN, 213. T. A. CONOVER, R.1f. Substitute. '92 R. M. LUTHER. Official Scorer. G. T. MACAULEY. 15858435811 IZCBHIII. Manager. I. A. TURNBULL. Captain. H. S. GRAVES. I. PAINE, 213. E. K. I-IUBIZARIJ, C. R. H. MALLORY, s.s. J. R. BACON, L.If. F. R. LAIDLEY, 315. R. SALTUS, C.If. H. S. GRAVES, P. O. G. HAMMOND, R. F. A. H. SIBLEY, IB. Substitutes. E. RANDALL, C. C. TROWBRIDGE. I4 I 1053 '90 Iinrkvg QIPUPII 'Z S1 0 f 23 I - if MEM.. L ' 3 -L: I -... ..........., ,,..,, . ,X-4-Q i had A l!- . K7 Ii- A I 1 Q ,,..-1-f . F-11" N D,- r- ' ' . Zi X I a .4 ...--v-..,......... .Q ..-1...---. -..ll-..,.. ..,.,,,.,---....-.. .. rv-....,.............-. .. , ....,....A- 4. ,- N . ! fx I 0 X l .Q ... ..4 ..,. F MW ,x- .. --..- .- -D .mmfw M 4 , .mm Awww . ' - .pu-.u,:u. ' -P -.-W... ...., -...-,. .... ... ,,,..... .,.. .....,. .... ..........- , . -,,,....--- .,..,. ,.., .- "" "1ff1f'lfSfZ'f"""f ' POUR. Y T. CONOVER, c.1,+f.m,. Rushers. W. E. A. BULKELEY, C. S. GRISWOLD, P. SMITH, K E. B. BULKELEY, J. S. LITTELL, G. P. COI,,I5M.'XN I ' Haw-Backs W. E. HEUBLEIN, WARREN MCCONTIIE. Cover-Point. E. MCCOOK. Goal-Keeper. T. L. CHERITREE. '91 nrkv Ivtnm Q . Rushers. W. G. WRIGHT, PLUMB, VAN SCHAAK, IRIUISING'l'UN W. A. BULL, HAMLIN, FINCI-I, 'I'HL7RS'I'ON. Haw-Backs F. S. BULL, M. R. WRIGIIT. Goal-Tender. HOLLY. C1079 Y o atnu rnnis C1099 C-5JXIVir1r1errb in 'Ciie nfm'-Qnllvgiaie ainn Gennis ilissnriaiinn Singles - i Doubles Singles - Doubles Singles - Doubles Singles - i Doubles Singles -- Doubles Singles - Doubles Singles - Doubles -Ist, PRESBURY, '85, and T.-xYLoR, - Ist, KNAPP, '86, and THORN, '86, -1st,SE1xRs, '89, and SI-IAXV, '91, -Ist, H.-XLL, '89, and C.m11J1z1f:LL, ! SPRHVG OF 1883. Ist, E. CLARK, '33, Harva7'1i. zd, G. L. SARGENT, Yale. - Ist, CLARK and TAYLOR, '86, Hu-:,'11m'. zd, GARDNER, '84, and HILL, '85, 135-ozwz. FALL,1883. Ist, TAYLOR, '86, f7Qzv'm1rr2f'. zd, THORN, '86, 10115. zd, KNAPP, '86, and 'l'HoRN, '86, Yale. FALL, 1884. Ist, KNAPP, '86, lima ed, BRINLEY, '88, 75'l'iZ1'rf1'. lizff. zd, BRINLEY, '88, and XVRIGIIT, '88, 77'z'n1'q1'. FALL,1885. ISf, IQNAPP, '86, 16116. zd, BRINLEY, '88, T7'I'llI'lll'. - Ist, lfNAPl.', '86, and SHIPMAN, '86, Vain. zd, CHASE and PRATT, .-111161,-1-sf. FALL. 1886. ISL, BRINLEY, '88, Tmzzkgf. zd, TI-IACHER, '87, 17111-. - Ist, IQNAPF, '86, and 'l'1LxCHER, '87, 111111 zd, BR1NLEY,'88, and Pmmocic, '88, T1-1'm'fy. FALL,188T Ist, SEARS, '89, f1l1rzf1z1'11'. zd, C.-m1v1:EL1,, '91, Ciffffmbm. ffn't'11r'11'. zd, PI.-XLL, '89, and C.fm1'111a1,L, '91, Cwumfym FALL, 1888. Ist, SEARS, '89, f1Yz1'z1f17'12'. 2d, CAMPBELL, '91, Cvluzzzbffz. 'QI, Cofllfzzffzlz fZ1z'7'11rr1'. sad, SEARS, '89, and SH.wv, 91, 1 III J '36, Hzr7'11f'1'1 elim lpsi -qv Af' 1 I f VXAA fp XV. E. A. BULKELEY, IC'2'.1v1'1fc11f. C. H. TALCOTT, Secrcffzfjf mm' 79'c'r1.S'lll 2 DR. WM. L. ROBB, J. R. EACON, W. E. A. BULKELEY, E. B. FINCH, J. I-I. GREENE, F. R. HQISINGTON, S. F. JARVIS, JR., MEMBERS. - C. C. .TROXYHRIDGE IS C1131 G. LICXVIS, T. MAC.-XULISX MCI". MCCOOK . H. PU'I"I'ER, D. Rl.'SSliI,I,, H. SIISLICY, II. 'I'.-XLCQOTT, Tim LAWIXI LU B President. M. R. WRIG HT. Secretary and Treasurer. R. H. MALLORY. MEMBERS. T. WARREN, xv. sculmlcu. R. VVRIGHT, xx: rm.-cfwxrrn SCUDIJR, A. HQLLY, H. MALLORY, J. P.-UNE, A. H. NOYES. KIISQ 1Psi Ulpsilnn. A. FRENCH, N. SCOTT, C. TUTTLE, MCC. BRADY, B. BULKELEY, S. BULL, VV. SARGENT, President. R. MCC. BRADY. Secretary and Treasurer. E. B. BULKELEY. MEMBERS. T YN L. E J. R T. XV. A. BULL. 11175 L. ELWYN, . C. I-IICKS, JR., W. ROGERS, K. 1AIU1a1a.fxRn, JR A. '1'URN1aLfLL, SALTUS, W. GOODRIIJCI5, " 5' f x 4 H in musnral Pganngahuns fk ff"N X Qrnnugy CS5of.7Fe e 11181 W ,I I 4 ! I . I, AV ,I ' N- I ju p P i ii 'I ig Q! J i fi .4 I !. 2 QF, ,i S 6 fl I 1' X ff x 1 1' lg 4 It , ffi ' .V M-X air - - ,, fv- ei f ef V ef 9 ' OF W 75 . . . 9 0 23? ii ?! Ff W 2? 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Concerts Given in 1888. WATERBURY, February gth. NEW BRITAIN, February zzd. BROAD BROOK, March --. HARTFORD, April 3d. STAMFORD, April 5th, SUFFIELD, - Schedule for 1889. HARTFORD iAlumni Halll, january 15th. EAST HARTFORD, january 28111. HARTFORD QFOOt Guard Armoryl, February 26th. WINDSOR LOCKS, March Ist. BRISTOL, March 5th. FARMINGTON, March 14th. NEW BRITAIN, March zzd. irrgl embers of the mee Qtluh. Firsz' Tenors. W. A. BULL, '9I. H. A. CAREY., ,Q2. R. F. HUMPHRIES, '92 J. H. MORSE, '9I." Firsz' Boss. E. B. BULKELEY, '90. G. P. COLEMAN, 790. H. S. GRAVES, 792. R. H. MALLORY, ,Q2. G. T. WARREN, ,QO. Fz'1'.vz' T67Z07'S. W. A. BULL, '9I. R. F. HUMPHRIES, 792. Fz'1'sz' Bass. G. P. COLEMAN, 'QO. G. T. YVARREN, '90. W. A. BULL, '9I. G. T. WARREN, 'QO. W. PRESSEY, 7QO. ' Sccond Tcnoffs. E. B. FINCH, '9I. I.-S. LITTELL, '90. W. PRESSEY, '90. L. F. SRNNETT, '89, Second Bass. A. CHASE, '89. T. L. CHERITREE, '90 E. PRESSEY, '9I. W. SCUDDER, '89, ' P. SMITH, '90. Double Quartette. Quartette. Wild West Trio. P. SMITH, 790. Q IZO J Second Tcnors. ' W. PRESSEY, '90. L. F. SENNETT, '89, Second Bass, E. PRESSEY, '91, P. SMITH, '90. W. PRESSEY, '90. P. SMITH, '90. E. PRESSEY, '91 K. l ' aWWV BANJO CLUB. W.A,BULL. J, W. SHANNQN. N.H. BISHOP. E. B. BULK ELEY. J. R. BACON. F S. BULL. R. H NIALLORY. F. N. SCOTT E BIERSTADT ' A. ' 4 x , -3 , li QI f I . C r P 1 E W ,A . i . I I x . . ' i . 5 4 5 1 I . V ' 1 I I. - '6 . Q - - I f . ' 1 K 1 X . ,- 5 J , . 1 -r ' 4 . X , . , -Q mx 1 - ,- E 1 ' . ' .Vg ' 'z ,. xr V. , . E ' ' k' ' 'A -'. ' ' ' x ." ..' ' - I Q , 1 ' 3 - 1 ' ,.f . J . , -X . ,V . ' . Q , , S - I Sk' . , .U J fn , .' -y' ' 1 . . , , ' 4,4 H , ' ' 3 ,IVE U , ,M 'Mtg 5,5 ln J. .7 .1 . . ,Z .h . - ' 4 1 ,,- Q . , , - '. x-"-- ' ' ' , - I 4 ' , -1 V..-I N ,1 .-, ....', I, .. , . ' 4. t ' , .. , A aj: , . ' ,f 3 A 'N I ' ' '?2,- r - "' x A -5',. '. 1, ' 1 , J H K 'Q,... ,- 1 X- .,-1 ixg .Q -. . -Q. Y. 35-5. " ' in . V V V. , X , ,. 51. ' .qvf , 71 1'-'71 1' f - v ,.A. f ', Q a , . Cinllrgv ,LBnnjn 4 R. H. MALLORY, E. N. SCOTT, W. BULL, Conductor. W. BULL, '91. Banjos. J. R. BACON, ' Guitars. N..H. BISHGP, QIZIJ Cflnh. F. BULL, E. B. BULKELEY J. W. SHANNON. M BI ff f f' W 'I M' fb' Aff AA AIIA psi Cmnzilon Qluavtztte. A W. A. BULL, . ..... - W. PRESSEY, . . E. B. BULKELEY, . E. A. PRESSEY, . 1 I Si. 15. Q. Qlliravtette. J. W. SHANNON, 4 .... A . G. T. WARREN, . A. J. HoLLY, . W. SCUDDER, 921126 1561398 51513511011 QDIIHIYEBUZB CRABTREE H BISHOP G WILLIAMS H REMINGTON frzzj v Ist Tenor 2d Tenor Ist Bass. zd Bass. 1 Ist Tenor zd Tenor Ist Bass. 2d Bass. ISt Tenor 2d Tenor Ist Bass 2d Bass L. F. SENNETT, . G. P. COLEMAN, . T. L. C HERITREE, P. SMITH, . . W. PRESSEY, . G. T. WARREN, . G. P. COLEMAN, . T. L. CHERITREE, R. F. HUMPHRIES, R. H. MALLORY, . H. S. GRAVES, .. I. D. RUSSELL, . Qllvba malta qelgf Qlzuamrre 'HU Qlluartette. 392 Qlluartettz. 5 u n n u n a e Q s 1 LEADER-R. F. I-IUMPHRIES. 1- Fe Sweet Qingevs' of Slmzazl. G. A. FRENCH, . E. T. SULLIVAN, . J. WILLIAMS, . R. M. LUTHER, . P. H. ERYE, E. F. KRAMER, . I ewan ISt Tenor 2d Tenor. Ist Bass. 2d Bass. Ist Tenor zd Tenor. Ist Bass. zd Bass. Ist Tenor zd Tenor. Ist Bass. 2d Bass. Baritono N o-go. Growlo Profundo. Solo Convivioso. Alto Altissimo. Fa1Setto Shrieko. In His Dual Role. Mogul Elggpfinn String rfvffv. , , 'N -V 'N . Rf! J x vv ' W N ' ' 0 ,X yff' f A .r-fy ' may X' r, A X . fx F 2 'ag Lg J A .-. . X v X ' A YY 2 xi H 'x X, ,KX Q 'X X 2' .X I' XX :Q A 'X Z . X... NQ ' X X fp xx . 'SN 'B' ' 'YYKX L l Q - ' x 3 rfrXX giqq XX o'XX SSX' vsww n K , XXX u X XX X . sh HOFFMAN MILLER, S. B. P. TROWBRIDGE, 'W1H.BOARDMAN, F.M.VERNHLYE, N.SCOTT,Bg E. B. BULKELEY, ,9O, Oneamzrao A. D. 1879. HONORARY MEMBERS H. S. MARTINDALE, C. A. APPLETON, G. P. INGERSOLL, W. D. MCCRACKAN, Banjos. W. A. BULL, '91, FIS.BULL,bL' Guitar. A. E. DOUGLASS, '89. Mandolin. C. H. TALCOTT, 791. 4 1 R.H.NELsoN, A.P.BURGWHN, R.E.BURToN, G. H. HILLS. I.R.BACON,ba J.H.GREENE,p2 Freshmen may come and Seniors may go, But yet there remains the R. E. S. 0. . fI24J 1Psi Uipsilnn JBanjn Qlufl. X -QW-1 ' Qgsx ,. jeff ' 0 'P sf ' 'XX 5 .1 I s., xx ea.. I X ' " . fx - ., QQ' XQVXWI '.-?fa5Pi'f::'f77'v:- nyc ff' '- ' 1.?f'?'.'-JSXEUXVF L-N Z . " Qty mi .4 . .5 -.-.-,. L' f ,afXQE'2-gg XX':-fX'XQ'i5:'sf55.'gl ' -. .. .-,',f ,X X '-3 W -- 'Mu' 1 'X - 1 "f ....--" 'gw pg..,-X X X . ', PL WSPA QgE5Si3g5Q2?ZQH?5 -U, -A Nfi5" - 1 A -:- F ,.'5BfqNsiEEE?22i?wf - L-"hi :Elgar . .1-fvf-N XLQAAI 'Q -T'if"T"' Q- 1 -il-43' ..--"0 ' Q - ,- - ,ii . 'fu- :' N , ----1-4 'l'W'mm--- ------- '7 ,,.--:T-.. Banjos. E.N.scoTT, ' E.B.BULKELEY, . F. S. BULL. Guitar. W. A. BULL. X f I. ji. . 1Banju Erin. il..-i-l 'R. H. MALLORY, Banjo and Banjolin. ' G. T. WARREN, Banjo. . A. H. NOYES, Guitar. 11251 , v I x an n Gluh. JOHN R. BACON, Condzzrfbr. 1 Banjos. . A J. R. BACON, R..S. SALTUS, R. H. VMALLORY. Guitars. A' f N. H. BISHOP, H. PARRISH. qeavanfzt section magical Qnvganfgarfmi., P1'ecenz'07', ISAAC D. RUSSELL. Ist tenor, GEORGE T. MACAULEY, Quartette 2d tenor, FREDERICK R. HOISINGTON, A Ist bass, WILLIAM E. A. BULKELEY, A zd bass, J. HUMPHREY GREENE ACCOMPANIST-SEIHIUCI F. Jarvis, Ir. SOLOIST--Ch8.1'1CS H. Talcott. WHISTLER AND KAZOOIST - Edward ,B. Finch. SECOND VVHISTLER-Ch211'1CS C. Trowbridge. BASE OF OPERATIONS-Q Jarvis Hall. fI26, TIME-About I2 P. M., daily. imlisrrllnnruns Wvganifaiinns - - 1 GBP Presenter, VV. H. BENJAMIN, 757. ' Recei ' a 59 Presenter, G. R. HALLAM, 759. Presenter, W. H. WEBSTER, '61 Presenter, R. F. GOODWIN, '63. Presenter, H. G. GARDNER, '65. - uw" "-1 'WL .A JU- lgrsmbf CJ 0 . g 4 v 1 vmnn Squvvgvr. . I ' .X X , N . 'xl ' A2 'el , A' :' VW ! - xx f z , QSTQJQP O., I ' 1 'Src 't QQ 2? A if X X LGE? ge QQ f C 9? ? '5Y . Invenziam Uzkzm auf facizam. ' Receiver, W. S. COGSWELL, '61 a 61 Per aspenz cm' czsiffa. Reegeiver, N. B. DAYTON, 563 N0 Zenfes aut pefjice. , ' Receiver, C. W. MUNRO, '65 , . G35 Facia non Verbal. Reeeiver, ROBERT SHAW, '68 Q I28 y - ver, G. R. I'IALLAM, ,SQ Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, Presenter, 3 5 3 Semgevf Cresrens. I F' L' NORTON, 63- 9 Receiver, E. V. B. KISSAM, '69 69 Mzfzgzzafn non panzfus. JACOB LE ROY, 769- 9 Receiver, D. P. COTTON, '71, Yi t , Nzzlla 7JesZzQgz'cz 7'6.7f7'07".S'ZL77Z. r V ' R WILLIAM DRAYTON, ,7I- J A Receiver, F. O. GRANNISS, '73 i Y5 Aiev 'Adyegh C' E- WOODMAN: ,73- 3 Receiver, C. E. CRAIK, 774. V4 . j O13 Wand o'yg0n'611, , R- M- EDWARDS, '74- 3 Receiver, H. V. RUTHERFORD, '76 YG r fnse1fw'Z lQ07Z07'Z.. C- E- MOORE, '76- Receiver, W. C. BLACKMER, '78 D nyg . 'Avc5pZCecrI9z-'. t I- D- HILLS, '73- Receiver, D. L. FLEMING, '80 730 8 8 O13 16791 dll' Epycp. N '82 Respice jinem. ' M Receiver, A. P. BURGWIN, '82 W. R. LEAKEN, '8O. A..P. BURGWIN, '82, Receiver, S. H. GIESY, '85 . Q ' . i 55 ' Dwfzlv 72011 fffangi. A. D. N EELEY, '85. ' , Receiver, G. S. WATERS, '87 7 r SY Malia in cizks addiscenfes. A. H. ANDERSON, '87. V Receiver, E. C. JOHNSON, zn, '88, '7 , . 35 Per augusia cm' augzzsm. E, C, JOHNSON, ZD, '88, I Receiver, E. M. MCCOOK, '90 7 Q0 it S677Zj5E7 agen: cplzyuid. KEEPERS OF THE LEMON SQUEEZER. I7 11295 'Sf 1 W W m'm'WiM1J'f1,- U . Q - 2,1 'N f ' nxxviw 17' TN . Wgldglmllllilnl A 'yy , IWIUHI .w,,nxsir.'1x1x1llV - gg, gms 1 S, 'G lx XJ- 'Wy 'Mb S S 'WW E N? sz' Q K xx Sz. fix? ,,.,.....-- , , .I ,,,,.....u ----A--,,.:" ,,- ............. :xx ..,. z ....... .i, hUl1mmHN1k11m1u,, 1 .,-., D W -0' 5- ---am... 4 ... . gg-..... N -a ....... fx '-1 522: :':L...... .fiffi '- "z' 1 Q sfbw- ... ' P-- 4- ........ :...-. gmail 1 ne ...,4. N.- 1:1 " ' -.t......... - . .,, T ,. V - 4.-.l...- ..... , C 1 ,,,, N .."-I'-ilu lf...- , :-u-ng ,-:- - -f , ,,."'.., .gl ,I . . - frm.. -4 P ... , ..... 1... ' .' '::H,,lL'Z4-' ' .. ............. em.21'if.I' 'Lf Q55 -L... -u---..,,,- ..,,,n Biff, Q, elmjcazsisuc ca E0 S1119 UPEI? CZIID EQISiQI5 AZIJ Is SCD C52 Sigbff, C1307 .........,,, L IDU-.nu 1. any I Erinifg Qullvglf German .QIllfI. PRESIDENT. , S. F..JARVIS, JR. ViCe'P"eSident- Secretary and Treasurer R- H- SCHUTZ- A G E. B. BULKELEY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. G A S. F. JARVIS, JR., R. H. SCI-IUTZ, E. B. BULKELEY ' . LEADERS. . Exim Geafmfwz-R. H. SCHUTZ, W. E. A. BULKELEY, F. S. BULL, G. T. WARREN First German-E. B. BULKELEY and W. A. BULL. Second German-C. W. BOWMAN, '87, and W. F. QUICK. Tlzird German-G. N. HAMLIN'. Fourth German- S. F.,IARv1s, JR., F.. McP. MOCOOK, and G. T. MAOAULEY F9672 German-W. E. A. BULKELEY and J. H. GREENE. Szbctlz German-R. H. SCHUTZ, and L. F. SENNETT. W. F. M,ORGAN, JR., S. F. JARVIS, JR., R. H. SCHHTZ, L. F. SENNETT, W. SCUDDER, R. C. TUTTLE, W. E. A. BULKELEY E. B. BULKELEY, . . MEMBERS. E. MCP. MCCOOK, G. T. MACAULEY, G. T. WARREN, W. MCCONIHE, G. P. COLEMAN J. B. MCCOOK, E. B. FINCH, 7 C. H. TALCOTT, C13 I G. N. HAMLIN, H. SCUDDER, D. VAN SCHAACK J. A. HOLLY, M. R. WRIGHT, J. H. GREENE, J. PAINE. Griniig Gnllrgr rumniir Kssnriaiinn i x N ' l -'il x AQX K A A W if at E v .. I Q :WMHQ i 1 zisfiiet Q N Q '::i:: :!ga - q c-:--1 ' 'U' 0 3 5 . ,155 K 'Qwxxw Q f X XQQSXffS5iS. J li Xfir- L K iiwi W2 I S x X 2 S 55:7 if f WK. f ffffifxfflijgffgjmif iw? :mmf X Xebss Wm-d,,,, OFFICERS. President., R.H.SCHUTZ,B9 ' Secretary-Treasurer. Stage Manager. F. S. BULL, '91, F. F. KRAMER., '89. . W Executive Committee. R.H.SCHUTL'QL F.S.BULL,by F.F.KRAMER,t9 WKSCUDDER,Bg H327 L.F.sENNETT,B9 Erinifg Qullvgv Eramaiir Zissnriafiun. HARK, THE MERRY DRUM, A imma ma fthe jgvbillingz. MR. GOLIGHTLY, CAPTAIN PHOBBS, CAPTAIN SPRUCE, MORELAND, . SAM, A WAITER, . MRS. MAJOR PHOBBS, . MRS. CAPTAIN PHOBBS, TRINITY MEDLEY, O,CALLAGHAN, . CHARLES, . RIVERS, . . DocToR BANKS, . JOHN, . . MRS. MONTAGUE, JULIA, . . . MRS. BANKS, . . -A ACT I. - Scene I. -A Street in a country fown. Scene 2.- Parlor in Mrs. Rivers' house ACT II.-Seene- Parlor in Mr. Rivers' house. Spring Ullheatriaals. ALUMNI HALL, MAY 1,1888 PROGRAM ME. - ' I - . . GLEE CLUB G. M. BRINLEY, ' F. F. KRAMER, ' R. H. SCHUTZT ' . T. P. THURSToN, ' F. S. BULL, ' .. G. N. IIAMLIN, ' . . . . WILLIAM PRESSEY, ' Scene'--A Ball Room. A GLEE CLUB. ' Biz Last ms. 7 ' F. F. IQRAMER, G. M. BRINLEY, ' . W. S. HUBBARD, . T. P. THURSTON, . R. LE B. LYNCH, L. F. SENNETT, ' M. R. WRIGHT, ' WILLIAM PRESSEY, 7 7 7 7 C1333 l, VM I .. -I - , .I-I Grinifg Qullegv Zrhmafir filissurinfinn. lllhe Shake pearean Water Gare. GPRESENTED FEE. 5, 1889, AT ALUMNI HALL. CAST. . . ' Persons at present under treatment in this celebrated hydropathy: ' - PORTIA, . . .' . . ' . . A- . WILLIAM PRESSEY, '9o. " Whoof legal knowledge has attained such a grip, is by P G SHYLOCK,. ..... ' . PHILIP SMITH, '9o. ' taken into partnership". E MACBETH, . . A. . A g R. LEB. LYNC-H, 790. LADY MACBETH,. ....' 4. HERBERT PARRISH, '9I. " Here's employment for thee." JULIET, ........ MARION R. WRIGHT, ,QI " Romeo, be but sworn my love, and I'll no longer be a Capuletf' RoMEo, ' ...I .... L GEORGE N. HAMLIN, ,QI "l'll take thee at thy Word,'l-'and he did. ' F OPHELIA, . ..... LUCIEN F. SENNETT,-,SQ " A little more than kin, and ' , HAMLET, less than kind." OTIIELLO, . .... G 4 WILLIAM A. BULL, '9I. I " Hereafter haunted by Desdyfs motherf' ' - GHOST, . . . . . . ROBERT H. SCHUTZ, '89, " Doomed for a Certain term fTrinityj to Walk the night." , " Tis true that a good play needs no epiloguesf' I, MUSICAL DIRECTOR ,- - . ' . . ' . . I F. G. WILLIAMS, '89. DANCING. C f34l . . - . . . ' FREDERICK F. 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' ..- g....I " FF -:1-:-:L ,.- -"'f'?F",-,L-,N -J- ---- ,. - ...------... -, I Nec Ze poenzkeaz' mlczmo z'1'2'wz'sse Zabellum. 1856. 1 , q 0 Q a YE KEEPER OF YE CALUMETS, YE LIGHTER OF BIG INJUN, . RED-As-DAWN, MUCH-TALK, . YE CALUMETS, . KOH E. F. F. N A. E. R II R. C. T KRAMER. SCOTT. DOUGLASS FRYE. TUTTLE. SULLIVAN . f Ululvian Qlisss Qluh. I W N x 'Nix-lfb ,Q - ,KG11,fH- R rl ' M142 "'fTZ? fi I --c'fpp11r- " 3 A Q W RN 1- Illlllllllllllllllllliii? H Presi ol ent. ARTHUR HAMILTON NOYES. Secretary and Treasurer. 5 A WARREN MCCONIHE. BLACKS. WHITES. NVILLARD SCUDDER, G. T. WARREN, J. A. HOLLY, SCUDDER, M. R. WRIGHT. R. H. MALLORY C1367 N . ZPIFH Kappa Elpsilnn Qbvss Qlufl I WHITES. C. S. GRISWOLD, N. H. BISHOP, I F. G. WILLIAMS, A. C CRABTREI-I, W. H. COSTER, W. G. WRIGHT. 18 I WL' ! 4 I ..., -X ' In ' 1 , ' 1 3 S V , 'iw W . . 1 A we T . 7-CFC 127 In ,f- iff if 1,-f, X im f ' ---,,, f ,f X.: s5:?lT:f" " ' X I ,.. A5Wk--HA-R! fm! ETXXQ-cf if Q. xii-1g'f' X A , , X in-2,1 i -if jj X X f I 'V ll :President A C. H. REMINGTON. Secretary and Treasurer. G. HALL. C1375 BLACKS. C. A. JOHNSON, C. H. REMINGTON, J. B. BURNHAM, T. P. THURSTON, W. H. MCCULLOCH V. C. PEDERSEN. J Svahufg Qljvss Qlufl. J . ,,,l.i. President.. A. E. DGUGLASS. -1-- Secretary and Treasurer. G. A. FRENCH, ,l.,i-l.i- MEM 8888. A. GE. DOUGLASS, G. A. FRENCH, V P. H. FRYE, E. N. SCOTT, H E. Kg EI. Mlliisffilluh. A.-V. C. PEDERSEN, If-W W. H. MCCULLOGH vs. ' B.-E. B. STOCKTON, . Z. --A. CRABTREE. scom-3-CARD, 1888589 RUBBERS GAMES. PQINTS, PLAYERS . n , un un U5 ' U1 . U 'U ui 8 3 3 "1 - . ' QS 9:55 Te - 8 'S 'Zig E 3 'E 50 -QCD O 1- O .E O GS GS E-1 E-I E-1 E-4 Q cn H LD . III . A and B, . IQ 23 42 ro 33 64 I97 749, 369 Yzmd Z, . 27 I4 41 IO 31 55 96 675 S71 1 C1335 A Qllvha wma Bm waist Qrmh. R. H. HUTCHINS, 390, and L. F. SENNETT, B9, , C. B. COLEMAN, '90, and T. L. CHERITREE, Ago, , TED? Elyatibygaff' Giflhigt QEIIIIJ. Ginger, gA. CHASE IA. H. NO YES, A Lemon, SP' H' FRYE' . . YA. E. DOUGLASS, R. MCC. BRADY, sub. 1 .l,i, 31.15. 21. waist muh. Points 333 799 Points 587 586 C. E. TAYLOR, A A W. SCUDDER, A. H. NCYES, H' SCUDDERA. A C. T. WARREN. 335. 15. QI. 1BuIsev Qtluh. President. A. HAMILTON NOYES. Secretary and Treasurer. A BG. THORNTON WARREN. E . , 1v1E1v1BERs.T R. H. MALLCRY, A M. R. WRIGHT, W. MCCCNIHE, E. K. HAMILTON. mi cupzilnn waist muh. P. H. BRYE, 2725 . B. F. KRAMER, A. E. DOUGLASSJ ' R S. BULL, R. MCC. BRADY, sub. 11395 834. . fl . N l 5 E1 4 . 2 l Q l s, S gm l -I 3 I 3 i , 1 Z. i i. 1 Q . 5 l l 5 i S l 2 S l s l .3 J 3. 4 l a',f ., 'V' ." 'I u . . 4 . , , , - lull: - f it U- 1 ., 1 T l x rl: N l l I l. fr . ,H ' l Y ,, 1 . 4 ' f fr. V nr fl' .,, -r .1 !,T ,z il. .U f ,y, , lt il' -A Y l i 'ggi .. Ei 'gg . 'll " Elia lla ' lnfvlirlll g Q. Vfu ' 'lr l flllllfl , WA R ll Ellll if 'QL' i' , 1 ll Q., Giga avalyms. H The Paradox: . I Tho' Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senlor are we, f Yet, mimbile dicm! not four We are,.but three ! E The Paralysis, . . . - - - - Eerlm rg3fQl".l2f 1 The Parasite, rpoe "V, ni , The Paradlse, .... - .lopgn 'WS . Q is Eli, " When shall We three meet agaun, m In thunderjlightning, or in rain ? ' When the hurly burly's done, Ellfbilf ' When the batt1e's lost or won ! " I lv lv, A ' . E J?" i i W V ' . ' I Trinity Qinllzgt Wuhoggan Qtlub. . lilsf yr " lyliff, X , Egg, gil Pwmf, W. E. A. BULKELEY. wmfafy, G. T. MACAULEY Mt' ig W., .y,, .-. ..l ss v 1 .5 1 var -Q Sazrfer and sweepevf qf the couffse, SAMUEL FERMOR IARVIS, JR. MEMBERS. -.2 S. FERMOR JARVIS, JR., ' W. ELIPHALET A. BULKELEYQ '- G. THURSTON- MA.CAULEY, . E. BRONSON TINCH, "L ul nf Fl . x Eilrf-gil . Eff ,VB ' Mil fri VJ 131 12. f.l .L .,f iw ez: in sw :fel gil- M x "' :gl pw Kiffii sal iii xv :rf .J Myis bi? iljfi 155- , :ul FREDERICK FITZ GERALD, '89. mmitp Qtollzge Qtameva Qtluh MEMBERS. l A. E. DOUGLASS, . E. B. FINCH A. H. NoYEs, N. H. BISHOP, I R. H. SCHUTZ, . I. R. BACON. 7 Manipulator of the dark room, , , Prof, F, S, LUTHER. Blue Printer, - - E- . Prof. W. L. ROBB. Generally Interested, . Prof. H. FERGUSON. fI40l 'l 1 - , g .,:s' V Y 4 - President. G. T. MACAULEY. Vice-President. W. E. A. BULKELEY. Secretary and Treasurer. J. H. GREENE. Graduate Members. A. C. HALL, rss, A C. 1. MAURY, '91. Members. S. IARVIS, C. P. COLEMAN, R. H. HUTCHINS G. W. SARGENT. A M. R. WRIGHT. 11411 Z 5 5 4 5 I s 'tum-na . '12 fl ' I f: f. Q. .1v Qi gi 1- "--ka 'irfiil ,,,..1-- Al YA-- -WW-, gf , a? ,, was K 5 . fi 1 , g , , '10 0 ., 'Q fig If f' f4'5:v 's1? -' e Z! ,If H , 1 f iq, 7 .I I , T i a vff- a , e -4 I Q" gf X : v 1 1 , 1 1'-5, - -ll' Af - ' f ff f ff! gf . o , ' fv 'fi X ' ' I7 K . if ! , t :jfs , , -1454? a o few d I I . 'N Q00 N 4, If . 1 . , I, W' J 4 4 ' N 4 479' ,ja J, K -,, 5 . A ,159 .. efrj .X A 44:1 Q ,F od 'P 0 'P A ' -4' 5 5fI4,,i ,i,,,5 A ok ex 0 R y E Y L "hX 3 0, . . f rf f L 5 X NE PoUR LA DIGESTIONF' CK MEM BERS. T. L. ELWYN, Q G.WRSARGENT, 4 d H. NoYES. Ye merrye bfovr will e'en be taken From yeiive men, above bespaken. So'fovr our merrye lyfe may lead Six3'Weeks abroad each man mvst feed I, faith, a merrye lyfe indeed. fI425 J. A. HOLLY, .M. R. WRIGHT F- Evlmnnirds ff f 7" iff! LQ5W" ff 'W - NU -11:7 A I Lf . , . Q f v ff f fx' r L " f f , I X ' f l ,', ' M9 Ajf ' ' If 4, A Sv, ' ,. sr V XXLAVQ 4 i f J , NL, , x I X: XXX ' r , ' , f X A Nm , ' . I, . 1 , NGWXXJJW I RQ , , . f if 111 4. I li A f A x i, L ? I ,l 'A i lf' 22,4 Q, . 5J - M Q Xuhx Ki? 'K X f f ffff.-riff f NN f X u i, J!!! 4 A, . , I!:' g?'A . 1" IJ! X 'Y ' H f ga . 5 G W. J. FELL, H. H. BARBER T. L. CHERITREE, G. P. COLEMAN, R. H. HU'l'C1-IINS, E. RANDALL. I 1437 G. 'W. I. W. A. L. C. H. F. R. MINER, HUGHES, GREEN, YOUNG, LAIDLEY 2 it l n i l i ll 4 I i z 5 i ,u, 15 15+ i' IWL ,f A-al it Lil in V-V Nl iii ai ?.',. 'ls I 72, .qigiw :r 4-li lf'-1 up M i Q, l. 5,5 ' 641. :Vf,f: 4414 I 1 , E s F 1 1 il: 'fit glw2 wi' l li ii: J, i. .,. 4 Lx 5: V 3? U U rs, S, 1 3321 C ,,. 1l,f': A 1 .n L . Q X ., a all .U V ,. ,,, .liz ik-i :i ,, gy r,l .il fi ,iv-,qw if 9 fj 1292 ' Burning nf Einulgtirs. MAY s, 'ss The Christmas term of every year as it revolveth by,. Bringeth to Sophomores, alas, full many a heartfelt sigh, Because to Anna Lytic's .curves 'and tangents and cosmes, They all fall victims, sad, but true, by ilunking many times. We met her early in the fall, we hated her at sight, , In seeking how to Hee hersnares, we've sat up all the night. While she herself with 'witching smile allured us on to death, With hellish glee she gloated over our expiring breath. She was a fury grim and stern, her eyes were lit with fire, She trapped us and ensnared- us, she turned our brains to mire. ' Gave us equations hard and deep,'which no man new could do, She, unrelenting, worked us hard, we did but Hunk anew. In vain we tried, in vain we cribbed, in vain we worked the roll, In every case her flamen put a zero on his scroll. And when examinations came, and with her then we toiled To hit the necessary mark, full many a man she foiled. But now the iight is ended, with Anna second best, . Our "rolls " and " cribs " accomplished part, our brains did all the And there she lies before us, beyond all earthly aid, Her bones are snapping in the ire, her furious course is stayed. No more parabolas and curves and other foolish things Will come before us while we sleep, nor on our thoughts put wings. No more shall we with gloomy heart before the blackboard stand, The nearest book ten feet away, and naught but chalk in hand. No more for us the careworn face, no more the midnight oil, No more the four and twenty hours of wearing, useless, toil, No more for us to prove and swear that x square equals y, The fell destroyer is destroyed, her ashes fill the sky. Her vertices and-normals, her assymptotes and lines, ,Q Her "y square equals four p x," her focal chords and sines. ' " Equations and hyperbolas, co-ordinates and arcs, Are all departing from our sphere in yonder cloud of sparks. Crackle! ye flames, leaphigh in air, consume her while ye may, Gnaw at her heart, ye fires! and roar, torture your iiendish prey, Blow! all ye breezes of the earth, and lift the blaze still higher, Rejoice! oh classmates, shout and sing, and dance about her pyre: I P S c1441 ' rest IVDICIVNI ET b CREMATIO NNAE YTICAE A CLASSE 4 XC APVD COLLEGIVM SANCTISSIMAE TRINITATIS PRIDIE KAL IVN MDCCCLXXXVIII CVRATGRES SELECTI PHILLPPVS FABERFERRARIVS PRIMVS GVIDO APER METALLICVS ' IQHANNES GVILIELMIDES 9 C1459 lk he :MM 'V' V .V tam M, r 5.1" 1 S4 N A : i,fQi'5L . V:-5, , ,V 54" ,.,:- Hunk gi 1 Q 'VS fz A 'flu f 1 is Vi! s H Lf Pi? iii? fzwfi wit 1 31 E i 12 ,91'Q- Mm Eli QU! ' Til! ' Wi? , ' IVDICIVM A' fi A W PRAET012. f. 'U 4. 5623! f f THEODORVS ASSVLA-FVNIS CERASVS 1mfg,e Q . 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Q . . ik' - A in!! -, Ny A .1H,, A 6 1 mf' ,Iwi ,Ag . ,gd 'r , is, A 34 H, ms '.4, fl' -s ,, 5 1 . . 1 Q i . if , .1-, 4 ,- if APVD PYRAM CARMEN FVNEBRE CANTVS RESPQNSIVVS A PANIANDRO GRANDI CVM PONTIFICIBVS LECTIO SGLEMNIS A PQNTIFICE MAXIMQ A SVPPLICATIQ CARMEN FVNEBRE A CHORO . CREMATIO A QRATIO A IOHAANNE GVILIELMHJE IVBILATIQ HILARIS Na, POEMA A PHILIPPO FABERFERARARIO n xp? "jeff MoN1'r1o HOD'IINIBVS NOVIS A RQBERTO ALBO MVSCAE f CANTVS EXSVLTATIONIS A A TOTA CLASSE VALE DICTIO FERMENTVM LIBEARVM OMNIBVS 4,148 1 Sung uf '90, TUNE - Dzbeze. I I-IEN the nineteenth century was coming to an end The fav'ring gods in love did send T To Trinity a class from stain and stigma free. s They call her dear old N inety,- A X and C, Nine-tyg Her name is dear old Ninety, The Pride of Trin-i-ty. Something new! Something new ! Something new! She always did. Semper ag. Semper Ligii Semjveef Ageves ez!z'gm'ezf 41499 2 . 'F' i a ii 'Wi 'L rl 3. 1. EV fi fl? ii s 1 E f i f X 5 4. , l v ? 'S X ! If i si i 53 fi it 63' .5 Pi 5 1 fl 'S :Ti .35 ,-. W. 4 .by 1.3 ,ge 3,22 .1 wi. ' 4 -....,. - ...-,.........,..-f--.------'-'--U Y "" " " "- ,r I S f i 9, Jzl A .,g JBanquvf. E Teudered to the Class of 'go by the Class Of 'Q2. AT HEUBLEIN,S CAFE, DECEMBER 7. 1888. lVlENU.' Huitres en Coquille. Soupe. Tomates et julienne. ' Poisson. Eperlaus Frit, Sauce Tartare. Entrees. Poulets Saute, Chassem. Rotis. Perdreaux Rotis, au Madere. Legumes. Pommes Frit, Puree au Gratin. Petits Pois, Asperges eu Brauches. Salacle. Mayonnaise de Celery. Dessert. Omelettes Dauphines. Fromage. Cafe. Liqueurs. Comu-m-m1-- N. H. Bishop, J. H. Greene, C. E. Taylor, H. Hammond. C I 50 J Cigars. Parrish, H. Kidder, C. E. -a...-...an 'Q ..z4A...a. '--.Lib ... ...,1- Q... 5 -A A 'r it 1 i i ia Q Q ..42'w.it- , Tl. 1 .5 ,H n A ' 3' is 3--" ff' W V- E i fi E- " s e a m Wsv f C A - - a N. , - , C.. , - Grinifg Iaarrisun nnb SlIl2nvInn Qlufl. President. WILLARD SCUDDER. Vice-President. WILLIAM E. A. BULKELEY. Secretary and Treasurer. . F. F. KRAMER. MEMBERS. 57. morgan CI5.L151.llIfiBIBY UJ5attaIion. Captczirz-E. B. BULKELEY. TRINITY CGMPANY. R Is! Liezziemzm'--W. E. A. BULKELEY. ' za' Lkufefzafzt--I. WILLIAMS Sergeamtv-J. R. BACON, R. H. SCHIITZ, G. T. MACAULEY, and E. R. LAMPSON. 11519 ' . .m T3 A C ,Q ff Lf y. 5 . .- H I 1 5 l : y .ik 3 qi. ! ,. E3 AQ- . 9 Q O Grnmig Eiavnii-Hivfuvm Qluh. F . .li PRESIDENT. H. I-IOBART BARBER. .543 3, VICE-PRESIDEVNT. . G. W. SARGENT. 154: I ugzy . M53 SECRETARY. G. T. WARREN. w . 5. .. . :Z 5 ,!'f' ii A A S 53' 'P I. l Members, 4-7. 12 , , , Qtalnmzll . Qtnlt Hzgrment, Qtompany QE5 Gmmty Capmm-H. HOBART BARBER. V f Lzkzzienafzfs-Ist, G. W. SARGENT. zd, G. T. WARREN. AS'c'11g'EtZ7Zf.S'-ISt, W. MCCONIHE, zd, E. N. SCOTT, 3d, W. F. MORGAN. I Q. Cwyoamls-C. H. REMINGTON, I. W. HUGHES, DAVID VAN SCHAACK. C1523 TRINITY COLLEGE BRANCH OF THE .gl PauI's Srliunl Klumni Zissnriafiun OFFICERS. Pfc.v1':z'c11t, PROF. HENRY FERGUSON. 7-9'6'fZ.S'2H'87', T. A. CONOVER. l7z'ce-Pffeszkiefzf, G. A. FRENCH. Sec1'eL'a1'y,E. R. LAMPSON, IR . MEMBERS.. Prof. HENRY FERGUSON, G. A. FRENCH, S. F. IARVIS, JR., R. H. SCHHTZ, W. SCUDDER, A. M. VANDERPOEL, T. A. CONOVER, G. T. WARREN, G. N. HAMLIN, W. C. HICKS,V IR., E. R. LAMPSON, IR., J. H.. MORSE, G. H. WRIGHT, W. G. WRIGHT,' ' S. ALMY, I. H. GREENE, E. K. HUBBARD, j. PAINE, R. S. SALTUS. The second annual dinner was Held January 22, 1889. 20 C1537 - ian. I 3 . 1.-,A ,MA -nn- .......4-mf ..-.4 ., -,.........,...-.N I I 5 I ..,...,..-. I - I I 5 I TRINITY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE Glpisrupal Zlirahvmg nj' unnvrfirufn .T.i OFFICERS. 1D7'6'SZ.tZ7L'7ZZ', VVILLIAMS, '9O. Vice-Pn'sz'de7zt, F. H. BEERS, '89, Secreffzvgf zum? Y 9'efz.vzz7'c1', E. B. BULKELEY, ,QO. IVIEIVIBERS. I F. H. BERRS, '89, E. F. LAWTON, '9 H. I-I. BARBER, ,QO, , J. R. EACON, 792, E. BULIQIILEV, '90, W. L. FRENCH, '92, I. XVILLIAMS, '90, E. G. LEWIS, '92, W. HEITISLEIN, ,QI, E. RANDALL, ,Q2. T TRINITY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE Glpisrnpal Zirahvmg uf irljignn. OF DETROIT. P,-.w'.z.ff.f, R. MCC. BRADY, 90. ' Sac1'a!mjf am! 75'ea.Izw'e9', G. T. MACAULEY, ,QO. - MEMBERS. R. MCC. BRADY, '90, G. T. TWACAULEY, '90, A. H. SIBLEY, '92. C1549 Q Qnllvge marshals. ' 1836. PLINY A. JEWETT. 1863, THOS, R, ASH. 1337- 1XLBER1'IDODD. 1864 C.'T.CDLMSTED. 1838. GEORGE W. BEERS. 1355, CHARLES WANZER. 1339 THOMAS T. GUION. 1866. HENRY K. HUNTINGTON 1340 C. B. VARLEY. 1867. HOWARD C. VIBBER'F. 1341. GEO. R. HALL. 1868. JOSEPH B. CHESH1RE. 1342- FRANCIS J- CLERC. 1869. GEO. E. ELWELL. IS4y JOHN'CL STERLHUL 1870. ID.PAGE COTTON. 1844. SAMUEL FLONVER. 1871. JNO. W. GRAY. 1845. JAMES B. WAKEFIELD. 1872. RUSSELL MURRAY. A 1846. DAVID F. LUMSDEN. 1873. L. M. PLUMER. 1847. WM. C. PETERS. 1874. CHARLES D. SCUDDER. 1848. EDYVARD H. BR1N1.EY. 1875. HENRY H. BRIGHAM. 1849. SAMUEL SHERMAN. 1876 J. ELLIS IQURTZ. ISSO. CHARLES E. TERRY. 1877 R. B. BRUNDAGE. 1851. JAMES W. SMYTH. 1878. WM. N. ELBERT. 1852. A. HAM1LTON POLK. 1879. HENRY C. LOVERIDGE. 1853. J. GARDINER WHITE. ISSO WM. B. NE1.sON. 1854. VV. BUTLER KRUMBHAAR. 1881. CHAS. H. CARTER. 1855. JARED STARR.. 1882. J. ELDRED BROWN. 1856. SIDNEY HALL. 1883. E. S. VAN ZILE. 1857. JNO. H. S. QU1CK. 1884. S. S. M1TCHELL. 1858 SAMUELfB.YVARREN. 1885- El B.l3ATCH- 1859. WM. G., DAVIES. S 1886. W. B. QLMSTED. 1869. WM. B. TIBBITS. 1887f W' F' MORGAN, IR- I86I. G. W. HUGG. 1888. E. N. SCOTT- 1862. JNO.J.B4cCOOK. COHegelWarshaL 1889. EDWARD MCPHERSON MCCOOK. Assistant College Marshals. R,LEB.LYNCH. ,C.S.GRHHNOLD. R. 1-1. HUTCHINS. E- B- BULKELEY' J. E. MCCOOR. C1555 flifuarg. REV. ISAAC VVILLIAM HALLAM, M.A., '3o. Died. October 21, 1888. - THOMAS HOLY SUCKLEY, B.A., '3o. Died February 9, 1888. REV. VVILLIAM FERDINAND MORGAN, D.D., ,37 ' Died May 19, 1888. REV. JOHN HERBERT BETTS, M.A., ,4.4. Died November I2, 1888. , DAVID BELDEN BOOTH, '45. Died January 2, 1889. REV. ROBERT COOPER ROGERS, M.A., '45. ' Died June zo, 1888. ' -ERASTUS WINSLOW WILLIAMS, M.A., '53. Died July 31, 1888. REV. SAMUEL HALL, M.A., '54. S Died August ZS, 1888. EDWARD GRIFFITH PERRYMAN, M.D., '55. J .. Died April 28, 1888. I ' REV. THOMAS GREEN CLEMSON, M.A., f56. H h Died June 27, 1888. PROF. DAVID LAMB PECK, B.A., '62. Died March 26, 1888. REV. CHARLES DOUGLAS BARBOUR, ,7O. Died October 2, 1888. JOHN BATES JOHNSON COLLINS, ,74. C Died February 6, 1888. WILLIAM ALFRED JACKSON, B.A., '83. Died August 23, 1888. FRANCIS SAYRE PINCKNEY, '62. Died Marchi 19, 1889. C1575 ' IS6O. Charles H. XV. Stockin Augustus Jackson. 1861. Arthur VV. Allyn. A. B. Jennings. . 1862. James B. Murray. George W. Hugg. 1863. John S. Smith. XV. N. Ackley. 1864. Robert A. Benton. Joseph F. Ely. 1865. Charles T. Glmsted. Edward P. Johnson. 1866. Samuel Hart. Henry A. Metcalf. 1867. William R. Mackay. V. S. V. S. V. S. V. S. V. S. V S. V S. V 1869. George O. Holbrooke. Arthur McConkey. 187o. George MCC. Fisk. Harlow R. Whitlock. 1871. 1 George W. Douglas. Chauncey, C. Williams. H 1872. Paul Zeigler. James H. George. 1873. Leonard W. Richardson. Oliver H. Raftery. 1874. Edward N. Dickerson. James D. Smyth. 1875. George M. Hubbard. Edward W. Worthington. 1876.7 Isaac Heister. V. S. V. S. V. S. V. S V. S. V. S. V. S. V 1878. John D. Hills. John G. Williams. 1879. Alfred Harding. James S. Carpenter. 1880. T. M. N. George. Lorin Webster. 1881. ' J. Russell Parsons, Jr Charles W. Jones. Q 7 '1 1882. -Seaver M. Holden. John H. McCrackan. 1883. R. T. Reineman. J. E. Brown. 1884. Henry R. Neely. Williams S. Barrows. 1885. H. B. Loomis. George G: Nichols. S. Charles E. Moore. S. Robert Thorne. 1868. 1377- 1336- F rank L. Norton. V. Charles C..Edmunds, Jr. V. Hermann Lilienthal. Frank H. Potts. S. John Prout. u S. William J. Tate. ' 1887. ' A V. Orin A. Sands. - S. William A. Beardsley. 1888. V. Lewis H. Paddock. S. Charles E. Purdy. Q lI59l n Glass ag nf 11512 Glass nf 18239. FREDERICK 2I JUNE 25, ISSS. President. I ABEL MILLARD. Orator. ' WILLARD SCUDDER. Fpoet' , , Presenten ERDINANDQKRAMER. SAMUEL FERMOR IARVIS, JR Tree Oretor. I CHARLES I-IAZZARD AREMINGTON. Epilogue. LUCIEN FRANK SENNETT. .COIVlMITTEES. ,, CLASS DAY. FRENCH, REMINGTON, MILLARD, and VANDERPOEL. . RECEPTION. SCHIITZ, SCUDDER, SCOTT, and IARVIS. . MUSIC. WILLIAMS, TUTTLE, CHASE, and SENNETT. INVITATIONS. IARVIS, SENNETT, and SCOTT. ' SUPPER. SCUDDER, REMINGTON, FRYE, and VANDERPOEL. I PHOTOGRAPH. I - , DIOUGLASS, NOYES, KRAMER, and BEERS. FINANCE. MILLARD, NOYES, REMINGTON, and SULLIVAN. NOMINATING COMMITTEE. FRYE, SCUDDER, JARVIS, WILLIAMS, AND MILLARD. fI6IJ Ii'IZXhivu. - IND friends, we crave your pardon, if we task Your patience longer, yet We ask, r Before you lay aside this book, that you Will read this short adieu. Happy the one Whose life is hlest 1 With memories so sweet, that ever oler His past life he can look, and feel delight. Through many hours of trouble and ,of toil, Like leaven on his Weary soul they fall, And cheer his Way. Dark thoughts may hover o'er his struggling Despair may seize upon his Waning hopes, But as the sunheam following the storm Shines memory's ray. Gur college life is short, 'tis passing strange mind That in four years so much of good Can come To us, and entering our lives, will elevate And mould the characters of some fI62, A That ever through lifeis journey will they show The benefits and pleasures therein found- Remember oft the friends they used to know. To such, sweet recollections ever cling Of days long past, of friends perhaps long dead, Cf trophies won. These all willserve-to bring A smile, - perhaps a sigh. y A To those whom fortune favored years ago, Whose college life was passed in earlier days, A pleasant help we hope this book may prove In bringing back to them their youthful ways. To those who ne'er have trod these classic halls, Who ne'er have mingled in our work and play, We send this book. May it upon our life And customs shed its faint and modest ray. To those in college now-instructors, friends, - We leave this modest token of esteem, With wishes for their future that may bring o All face to face with Fortune's welcome gleam. We trust that this -small book, in after years, A relic then, of this our time and age, i Will aid the mind in thoughts of College life 5 -- And recollections sweet appear on everyapage. 61639 ' ,. 4 , , ! ,a gi, fx , ,V - 'I .1 te A I if C. ug :M Q ni , W 1,2 14 6 Xi, EM W s af f ,, A N .ff " W L , I 34,2 :af J!! 'F IN Jr: ",1' T 1 X, Q 3 I 3 i f fi 'E 1 4 s W 1 F FL i 2 5 ef 1 1 f M 5 2, 854 Wu . , . qu v"- E . fi ipffl Haig 's EQ J Z H QQ A 5 n ff, ' g f . 4 L., YQ a Q 'i si '33 is sq,- jgg ifi iif ., cglkfiff 9 IDE' 1 W1 " ' ffgf M5112 i 'ffff Q, if Hifi f'3-Ji ff QQ qw 2' 711 . , V 14 lg 5 iE4 5 I fs FII ON U1 sr huvviisvmvuis -, . if-v--W.. .vw ,saw--ls, i p-at f,.a+1-1w'f-w- I F Q u L- P1 JANUARY 1, 1889. 69th Semi-Annual Financial Statement OF THE P CENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, OF HARTFORD, CONN. ' I At Close Of Business, December 31, 1888. CASH CAPITAL, - - - S2,000,000.00 --ASSETS AVAILABLE EOR FIRE LOSSES,- 5,061,24f7.17 AS FOLLOWS 1 7 Cash on Hand, in Bank, and with Agents, .... . f566,677-O7 United States and State Stocks and Bonds, . 149,300-00 Hartford Bank Stocks, .... 582,150-00 Miscellaneous Bank Stocks, . . . - 330,73-9'00 Corporation and Railroad Stocks and Bonds, 2,255,370-00 County, City, and lVater Bonds, . . 103,510-00 Real Estate, .... 231,594-I0 Loans on Collateral, . . 33,922-50 Real Estate Loans, . . - 785,550-00 Accumulated Interest and Rents, . . . 22,434.50 TOTAL CASH ASSETS, . . . S5,06l,247.17 LIABILITIES. Cash Capital, . . . . . . . 52,000,000.00 Reserve for Outstanding Losses, 246,175-25 Reserve for Re-Insurance, . . . 1,642,656.49 NET SURPLUS, . . . , I,I72,4I5.43 TOTAL ASSETS, . Q Q . . ., . .4 35,061,247.17 TOTAL LOSSES PAID SINCE ORGANIZATION OF COMPANY , ' 7 S24-,O85,46f-3.63 I H. KELLOGG, PRES! OENT. D. W. C. SKILTON VICE-PRESIDENT. J J. I-I. MITCHELL, an VICE-PIQESIDENT. GEO. H. BURDICK, SECRETARY. CHAS. E. GALACAR, Ass'T SECRETARY. ' -.i- ,, H. M. MAGILL, General Agent XVestern Department, Cincinnati, Ohio. THEO. F. SPEAR, Assistant General A ent Weste D rt g rn epa ment, Cincinnati, Ohio. A. E. MAGILL, General Agent Pacific Department, San Francisco, Cal. 11661 To Life Insurers. - F YOU are a prudent man, and have money to invest in property, you will exercise due diligence to ascertain its value. You will not purchase a house or business property without examining carefully into its present and prospective value. You will want to know that the title is perfect, and is vested in the person from whom you are to receive the deed. If you purchase a horse you are careful to ascertain all about his merits and his objectionable points, if any exist. K Why not then take a little time and investigate the' subject .of the fact. The strongest company, from a financial standpoint, is the one that has the largest relative balance after providing for its legal liabilities. ' Another important matter for your con- sideration is the character of the organiza- tion, and the management. Have those in charge of it a pecuniary interest in the company's success? Has the company a capital stock of sufficient amount to secure, through the pecuniary interest of its stock- holders and directors, that painstaking care and conservative management so important life insurance,- and know that you secure the most reliable and successful c o m p a n y i n which to entrust the interest of your families? Nothing can be of more import- ance, to you and to those whom you love, than that you K 'N J yi, N hi it S is M- . X X X X S X Fx, , in XXX X X -S S S its wwe X N X X x W1 X swSX?N WX i X 1 X X. - H -we vw. X , X 'lftjkf-at ft' xm 5 "fPk 1 X X if ' fd XM ?M" ll -fo . Z A Pt" 6:6 'L W f-:Z 9 it S Q WY fsfjl' Qv'gEq'Q'ox i W V iss Psa in the business? If it is a com- pany styling it- self a 'tpurely mutual" you may be sure that the first and paramount con- sideration of those in charge will be to pro- vide liberally for themselves and their employees, for it is only by make a Wise selection in this par- ticular. Ascertain, Hrst of all, if the company soliciting your patronage has a good repu- tation, that it has age and experience, that it is doing a conservative, yet an actiye business , that its contracts are liberal, and that its dealings are honorable. It is im- portant that you know about its resources -not so much the amount of its assets, as its surplus after providing for its liabilities. To one unfamiliar with the subject a com- pany With the largest invested fund would appear to be the strongest, but such is not I the assistance of the latter at the policy- holders' expense, that these positions of the managers are retained. Select., then, the company managed by men who are employed upon their merits, and without theaid of proxies, with a capital stock invested for the protection of the insured, and as evidence of good faith. You can obtain through such an organiza- tion Cand the XETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY of Hartford, Conn., is such a companyj all the benefits of participation in the profits with none of the liabilities incident to mutual companies. 677 f Richmond Straight Gut No. 1 CIGARETTE . CIGARETTE SMOKERS who are willing to pay a little more than the price charged for the ordinary trade Cigarettes, will find THIS BRAND superior to all others. - The Richmond Straight Cut No. 1 Cigarettes i are made from the brightest, most delicately flavored, and highest cost Gold Leaf grown in Virginia. This is the Old and Original Brand of Straight Cut Cigarettes, and was brought ont by us in the year 1875. Beware of imitations, and Observe that the firm name as below is OH every Pmkage- ALLEN 06 QHV Momffoomrers, f?1'oh1ro14o',, Vog ytrnrrlnranznts we-z0eloi1a ig eire-:Q Showing the principal Stars visible for every hour in the year. Adapted for the United States.. . Price 60 cents. CBy mail, 65 cents.J A simple and fzeaz' a'eoz'ee for asfrorzomieal srady. The a'z'se eah he sez' so as fo gzzfe fhe exaei 4goosz'z'z'o1z gf Zhe f7'Z.7fZ6?dZ stars any hoar ia Zhe year F U C . I I . o 71 a'z1 e. Zzofzs for the ready use gf the Pfahzsphere are prihfeaf wilh each eo,o1'. ff is fhe eheapesf aaa' mos! praefzkal a'ew'ee for Ihe sz'aa'y qi fhe slars af home or in school tha! has ever heefz ojfereaf The Loheioh jiahlisher has sofa' over 25,000 rf fhem ia Iwo years, Address, THQS. Wl'l'lTlilKER, 2 and 5 Bible Hause, NEW YGJRK. C1681 ' I 6 R FOR FANS, BASKE TS, SCREENS, PORCELAINS, Axe k S DECORATIVE coops, LAN TEENS, ETC. x, Wedding and airreaaey erm. 'Q FINERQ. Xl ' . g G- B- COFHN, f S 17 Pratt St., - HARTFORD, CONN X Xxxxxx i X X X X X NX NNW xxxxxlx x xx X xv xxxx xxx xxx x xxxi x xx xxxxx xxxi X x xxxx x xvi Qxxxhxi xg- xxx? PIANOS, 0RGANS, SHEET DIUSIIC, AND MUSICAL' MERCHANDISE. - lxstrifntri stint, riikiriiiinn i, PLANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT. A V A Are Sole Agents forthe I ' 'hi W V' i Tliethist : I lo i ,, poi-.a eu ,Q 'Q' 1 Q ' 1 mt nop B. Range, Relilgelalov , Which have the only perfect Dry Air Circulation. Every one of them warranted perfect in construction and keeping Ice. Garland and Florence Oil Stoves, ALCOHOL COOKING STOVES5 OIL STOVES, 6oc., 7oc., 75c., 95c., each. Workers in all kinds of Sheet Metal and Tin Goods, also large assortment of Housekeeping Goods. PHUMBING, GHS EIYIUIYING, JQBBING. tee and 191 MAIN STREET, I-iemfemi, com. 22 O , l169l x I . CCDNNEC T CUT FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFCDRD. T-J.. ' CASH CAPITAL, 81,000,000.00 CASH ASSETS, A-A - - EB2,260,9l7.00 ' Szffmlffffexi Cash Capital, ....... Q . gI,OO0,000.00 Outstancliug Claims, . . . . 109,815.34 Reinsurance Reserve ,... . 696,382.84 Net Surplus, ..... . 454,718.83 Net Surplus to Policy-Holders, . EB1,454,718.83 I. D. BROXYNE, CHAS. R. BURT L. W. CLARKE, Prc.v1'a'.'11f .5'ecfeZa1'y Ami. Secretary. C I 7 O D A SPECIALTY. The Largest Home in the Sfafe. ,T uns is ruin rr in OFFER'THE'TRADING-PUBLHIA.STOCKQOF Carpetings, Curtain Goods, WAI ,L DFCQRATIONS t Of IELTS d6Sig11S and beautifully combined colorings which will be of advantage to those who desire to furnish and beautify their homes in good taste. Our stock is immense, and contains the richest goods as well as the popular g'1'ad6S for the millions. Our long experience enables us to keep pace with the Novelties as fast as produced.. To those vvho are about to make selections. for homes, aswell as those furnishing, we would invite an examination of our Va1'i011S departments, believing it will be advantageous for all purchasers to give us a visit. It .costs no more to furnish in good taste than to buy of a random selected stock, Where patterns and eolorings are little regarded. Come where you erm jimi BEA UTIUUL GOODS and a MAMMOTH STOCK at LOW PRICES. ' CHAS. R. HART SL CC., 3641: Main Street, """ Hartfoled, Conn. Members W' file Amerieafz Manufaeizerers' Wa!! Paper Asseezkztzerz. i QI7Il ' l - il- Li' ,J Oxff X .T u. V N . it F X X : E: Ki X '- 7 -:Q il X X l Q X- -' 1: 3 X - -- - EFX : :X -X X- - BP X li Il -5,-.2 -ii-Q G' 'L IS -- - X X - 'XX - X , .. -- X X XX NX MQ .XXXXX XX XXX. X N XX X XXX X N XXV X XX XX X XX X X X X IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 65. E117 slxvipvxxvx A EQALDS. . . fglolmonels TQ? 15- A x We have the largest assortment of Precious Stones in the State in every variety of mounting. ' l IMB ELLAS --Q With Gold and Silver handles for Ladies and Gents.l- Alet P10 ttery A ROYAL NVORCESTER, CROVVN DERBY, WEDGWOOD, HUNGARIAN, TERRA COTTA, AND MOORISH WARE. BRONZE AND BRASS GOODS, CLASS CANES, OPERA GLASSES IN PEARL OR LEATHER CASES. A Parfzkfzzhzr affenzinrz paifz' Z0 jQ7Z6 Wafck and Frefzrh Clank Rqaz'rz'rzg. ' HILLS BLOCK, 335 MAIN ST. L ' lIf2l NEW MUSIC FUR 118859 Lose no tnme IIT procuzmo one of Dl ,rs -C ass and tlweee 'ZIITIOIIO' the best TSON 8t CO S excellent Muslc Books all f t l POPULAR SONG COLLECTION 37 songs ' PIANO CLASSICS 44 c1ass1ca1 piecesg il You can secure A ' CLASSIC TENOR SONGS 36 songs, the new ' ' COLLEGE SONGS FOR BANJO Two pop- COLLEGE SONGS FOR GUITAR ular books, ' EMERSON'S CONCERT SELECTIONS. Am' book mailed promptly, post paid, for 31.00. OIJIVER DITSON COMPANY, Boston. S THE lllfllSlKllNGTON STEAM LAUNDRY, . W, E. PIERCE, PRoPRlEToR. Ne. Wim SHIRHHHH I HHRWRQRD, UWM lI73l Htifiofiroii eiiioimtioo 211 Tremont Street, Eeetori. CDONALD RAMSEY, TREASURER., i ' f , Most Approved Photo-Mechanical, Photo4,Lith ographic, and Photo-Engraving Processes., . ,ldezos of College Biiiltlings, Portraits of the Foeiiltg, oricl Illus trotions for College Joiirriols. i ' - Qutg for CQolIQQQ Publieatioos. Copies of Architectural, Mechanical, Scientific, 'and other tDraWings,' Maps, Plans, and Diagrams. Artistic Programmes, Invitations, ' , Menu Cards, Dance Orders, etc.,-etc. A I D l 1 .- Ecofimofeo : cmel : Speeimeno : Eurnioaeel. : on :fJXppPiocllZio'r1. HELIOTYPEERINTING co. Q lu Young as Gentlemen -if Should at Kgmgmhgp That quite a large saving can be made by purchasing their . w GLOVES, UNDERcLoTH1Nc, NECKWEAR, I-IOSIERY, ETC., --OFA- FIRST-CLASS DRY ooons HOUSE. E SUCH is THE B E E HARTFORD? Where a good line ofthe above goods is always kept in stock. The BEE HIVE always deals largely' in ' CARPETS, RUGS, MATS, CURTAINS, PORTIERES And those things pertaining to the decorations of rooms. Specialties ' suitable for Prizes, German Favors, etc., canialways be found here. l Students Will find it for their interest to patronize --'IPI-IIE! E131-Il I-IIT7'IEI,--- r HARTFQRD. lI75l, . X, - UNITED SWATES HCDTEL, City Hall Square, HARTFQRD, GON-N.+:l.:l2- STREET CARS T6 AND FROM DE-POT, Q26 A FREE COACH. A ,336 GRADUATED PRICES D. A. RGCDD, PRGPRIETOR. Sfreef Garb To tae C5o??ege QDQQQ 1252 Qqor. ALEXANDER CURRY, ' , MANUFACTURER OF , FINUEI CA.LF BUST AND HQE . -li Repairing .Neeitly Done. NG. 110 Retre.-113 Avenhe, A HARTFORD, A- - - CONSN. ' C1767 X . Q RGI L L Pos PHOTOGRAPHS, A IF YOU WANT THE BEST. A PRICES REASONABLE. SPECIAL RATES T0 TRINITY STUDENTS Mu '281 INIAIN' STE-EET, cor. Pearl St. er' o 6 Q0 ew ef,- ,nw RICHARD B. LOCKWOOD, GEORGE J. COOMBES, Engraved Invitations for Commencement, GEOfg.t?fZg2fV2gI1? gf SON, 275 FIFTH AVENUE' Class Day, Weddings, Receptions, etc. Steel Plate Work for Fraternity Uses, Dance Lnukwnun gl cnnmmzs 5 , ff Class Dies, Crests, Monograms, Calling Publishers, Booksellers, Stationers, and En- C d gravers, ar s, etc. 275 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK, "Lockwoocls Fraternity Stationery? fBetween 291111 ana 30th stag from flue Steel plates. 2 3 . A f 177 I . r ' THE STU DENTS' , BILLIARD Qs- ARLORS, 2,62 iviifiiu STREET, MAT. H. HEWlNS, PRGPRIETGR. DREKA Engravzhg and Fine Sfaf1'one1fy House, 1121 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. ' 4 . Commencement, Class Day, Fraternity, Reception, and Wedding Invitations, Programmes, Banquet Menus, etc. Steel Plate Work for Fraternities and College Annuals. Designs for Annual Covers and Car- toons. Fine Stationery with Fraternity or Class Die, A T Monogram, Address, etc., etc. A All work is executed in our establishment under our personal supervision, and only in the best manner. Our unequaled facilities and long ,practical experience enable us to produce the newest styles and most artistic effects, while our reputation is a guarantee of the quality of our productions. - , Designs, Samples, and Prices sent on Application. C1789 , F' R 5 G" , x-X 'X C2CDL.l E3 QW ifi Irht- ' ' FV?W L 1 nm aaz1neR1H xi - il? f i iii 22-INCI-I C.A.LIERE.' xr' OCTAGON. 'RouND. Length of Barrel, 24 inches. 24 inches. ' 15 long. i 15 lo . ' ' Number of Shots' 16 short, 16 shgmgt. Weight, 52 pounds. 6 pounds. . Price, S20.50.' iB19.00. SPORTING RIFLE, All Calibres. W7 ,ii Ag... 5, CE- ixgi- N-.?'? T " ' , ' ' , Y' ,, .4ggQiz2WfQF ssss W 2 Z ' Length of Barrel, 26 Inches. Y ?'4"'fT1"'1r ' :bij 7' A A " W " Number of shots, 15- Qfgziiiffff ' Weight, 72 pounds. fe' Price, S18.00. ' HAMMERLESS DOUBLE BARREL SHOT GUNS. f' X , w - :mei if X rn , w"vsw-e-- , , 623 'B E' nil! ,!'02f:W' we iw-. I E ' 2 ,Q .M f ,.f.. ee NN... link R- -.- -g4..,.. ,Q ,few 1-1.1 . -.-NN55' i,ljJ-"5 " ,"' if ffaff 'Dm ef. if fig! f eff:-1 a Q . rSQf u':.f"rr ' rf' ff - .sNez'.- , ffff f ,Q ' A - -Q. pu. per .3 -f . T.. ,, . . .,,. ., W, XM 4 XC' , - . -f ,,., -- L- .... -15:-3 X: ,,,-.f . -,, ff f-. Q::::.-vm:1---:":a5'::::::::s::s:.L -Y - --NA.-. v- " I---1:-gf.-.::::L -.- , " fi 1 ff f --:J -. J-1 1 i-4 f f ' . - J" if X i e?" 11- -' 1-,L E 2 lie f . , 'sf Jeff fe 1 I 2 ' -'vF. -JP Ijigrgwui if ,iii TEL, 5 4 ,ffy fzw ,,,1 H . if " ,-mv-1, ' JV 1 ,.,.,,,A-.ae Bd ' -ali . , pie' hf if: 'ff ," f E 9-63. L E -Jw-in 'L +L.:-FQ-f-E,J,v-. -4-Y , , .: ff L 1-Q- wQ-ggwvuuaqvq --5 :::1,.g-.s:::sr.:f:-:sizzle 7 yn, ,aa - ,fr rv 71 'eq , -7 249,145-yP,,,1.1,-525,-F36-'if43.Q-ifgejf 1,1 - ,L X A -T, 5-K,-iggul-rriem. 1:fri-gg.:.:5,,f:-sffsrzrrzny. ' fi fzff f 1' ---v""' ' ?"eil'-KX' Y S 1 - rw, X s -ff li iff, 221- :aff 025: ' - - ' u Nw - ., lx.-seuwex-1'S.'2.'-5'-?1?e..xvWq 'Z7?? ,562 4- 1 ,f,- ...--'- 'i .,4: xx XX ' . - l 1WB,3',5-KQWQEQQQQVQIG ,f, 4,2 ,-Z A.. .--1-up nun A ,. ,I , . -Kvuuuuuuussliwmmw. '-:g :QM -sf 3-- 155, 1 2 ...xg S' ' 1.1.1 e. , - , ii I 5, ,V M . :- 2 p 4 X r ' . , ' 'e , 1 ,,,.,..4.....4...-4.4.-.,4 xs., lf--Azz:-, , - -,--il 5 im, . . --'-'--'M' L. -4.2 09 . . witinwm-A . ,f no Yg,15::i4.a:ees'a21x e: -..,g-in-usvv' f 00 ueeQg'n9 " -f 6, 7 xyarsmuqguvnax. po- 'Hi'-'2xQ2"e..a-5.-::....wr.. -X L , ' Q., 'seieaaexee ii . 6 uxgixveeux-. Q ISTOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Y 6' P , . 1 :ce-1'-r. COLT'S PATENT FIRE ARMS MFG. oo., H RTFORD,CONN. C1795 Q I A A , -Q o C5 'Q V. 4 f e - .e b 1 A 2 1 73' I -. - - Q eb-. .W-Qff: 1 11 'S-.X 5 n , f' -1' , f ef ?'i5!i'51'5.,:" -Q 6. .-- -'L-r -.an ' 7. f'- ' A' 51' X " 71 V. L fx mm., SURPRISE coLuMBm. f ,X ,f A e 5' 1' ff ' X ' i f 7 j , . . X of X - X e. 1 fxfff If 1 r V' gy' ,l I X V , ff W, -N Q- N-.LJ , ,ra , V, W J . xA f Wx 'N -' 4 " H X ?.s-I-sX'?9""4 in ' J - X I f' ff fff, M , X, R j !"' X v,-f .1 A 5 ' ' ' Y! '-fire, , ' -324 fl f Q f"cL?? at 'tae cxeforty QQO NMA I I If KA ,. , ' ' V ,off ,f N Q QQ f He x :bee 'ffme Yarger-912 r-b1'oeR D .W 4 KR of Rigg grcxgle 'ggyefene IQ 3 X o H31 El. o ' o 0 WCP. COLUMBIA LIGHT ROADS A-FETY -37 Call Soon. Every one 'Wants a. Columbia. this Year. W WEED SEWING MACHINE GU., - Hartford, CUDII. wsop o o. A. Gu. SPALDING1 84 BRCDS., ' MANU1vAC'1'URERs AND IMPORTERS OF 4 H ATHLETIC GOOJ 55 4 BROADWAY, ms MADISON STREET, NEW YORK. CHICAGO HARTFORD AGENT, - A. H. POMERQY. HORSFALL 81 ROTHSCHILD. 11.2-LTTERE AN D lVlEN2S C3UTFITTERS, 93, '95, anOl 99 Asylum Street. -i -if - AGENTS FOR KNOX and YOUMANS' CELEBRATED HATS I J ANDRUS et NAEDELE. Q DE-ALERS IN I SHOT-GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, FISHING TAGKLE, I AND U SPORTING GOODS GENE,R'AL LY. FINE RODS MADE TO ORDER A SPECIALTY. REPAIRING PROMPTLY DQNE. HAIVD-MADE HICKORY POLO STICKS. No. 256AsYLUM STREET, HARTFORD, CON N HENRY ANDRUS. THEO. C. NAEDELE. T. lvl. PARKER, I , , - MANUFACTURER OF Q. r, ea es E at NUTNKY SEALS, BURNING BRANDS, ! 4 Q,,,fn+rN1-f . ' N Nu RUBBER STAMPS, STEEL STAMPS, 'lIIllm Niln 'Nllul Stencils, Badges, Key Checks, Inks, Stamp Ribbons, Door I if 2 Plates, etc., etc. mw uilli? 63 and 71 Asylum Street, Hartford.. Tl IIIIEIIIIITTTTTIIIIIIITITIIIIIITTTTI.TillITIITITITIITIIIIIITIITIIIII """'m j I I THE e BOSTON, ,NEW YORK, AND CHICAGO TEACHERS'AGENCIES. Agency Manual Free to any Address. , EVERETT o. FISK are oo., - - Proprietors. 7 TREMONT ST., Boston. 6 CLINTON PLACE, New York. 106 SL 108 WABASH AVE., Chicago. f182T ' Nlziitlziiicli ,Ai1si11Str0ng 84 Co., SYUHIDED GUESS IQSEERIOR EECZOREUIZIOISZ. I -xii-in lMw'Or.1tion .xml work in .-Xmericnn Mosaic Glass from the designs of Mr. Armstrong. English painted gla from the designs of Messrs. Clayton SL Bell. SOLE AGENTS FOR CLAYTON Sv BELL, GLASS STAINERS, LONDON. 61 NV.-XSIIINGTON SQUARE, SOUTH . . . NEW YORK. 13. XM M ITOH ELL, XVI-IOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ' Cigars, Cigz1i'ettes,i and Smoking Tobacco, 215 MAIN S'l'REET, HARTFORD, CONN. ALSO, BILLIARD AND POOL PARLORS. FURBEE Bc DUEKLAND, IMPORTERS, JOBBERS, AND DEALERS IN China anol Glass Wave, IJAMIBS AND FVIXWIREQSQ Mantel and Cabinet Clrnarnents, AND I ' WHITE CHINA FoR DECORATING SPECMLTIES 256 Main Times Buildings Hfi1'ff01'f1, 'C01"" Q ,l133l GEMMILL BURNHAM gl CO S Merchant dl or -4.iiSQgf9 n-M- 4' I 1 I MANUEACTURERQ. - AND - RETAIL DEALERS OF 1 7 ?-7' Five Rqaclyg-fHacIQ Qlotlyilycg DRESS SUITS T0 RENT. HARTFORD, CONN. C1841 CHARLES E. EELL, " FEE-i xi-i:"'T .1 X -1 -1 ' ' Q 1, i 3 E Q I mx N E X NN X I X Xe NT, ,- ,W Qt Xi X N L X x X x XS """ 'TT T- N - x - Q X Q x xxx, I XX X W xxxxx xxxx N Q X , - X0 Q NX X N NX XXX xN x X my XX City I-Iotel Drug Store, 213 MAIN STREET, THARTFGRD, CQNN. W- V H.-,-.-..f.....,,,,.,,,-,, ,, I MONEY LENT I T TCHES QEQDIAMQN S, LOW RATES. Rtoom 3, Q5-41: Mein Street, Hertford, Conn STUART, Pbotocgrapbigt. SPECIAL RATES TO AL ECTED WITH TRINITY. 275 MAIN STREET, - - HARTFUHDV CONN. 24 f 1851 Y c .nur-rn-r . . ., A. IVIARWICK, JR. se Co., ' OUR LINE IS COMPLETE. OUR QUALITY IS BEST. OUR PRICES .ARE LOW. Give Us a Call and Examine Our Steak. One Block from Union Depot. ' 376 ASYLUIVI STREET. .f v C I HARTFORD ECORATING O. -. T -1A 1 V - Deoorahons for F airs, Balls, Fesiwals, -A ' , and Publlc 09f0bl'UIL10lfI-S, FLAGS, BUNTINGS, ETC. J . ALEX. MCCLUNIE, 222 AND 224 ASYLUM ST., HARTFORD, CONN. .ea - JI wfjlgf' -ff?-ff':, - A - ESTABLISHED IN 1826. RIJEIEINE BRIIITI-IERE, N' eeefeemeeee eed Deeleee ie Feeeeeee ef Every Deeeriptiee. Passenger Elevator now Running. Repairing of all Kinds. NO. 209 Main sefeee. QI861 - FOI1 CIICDICE Gu-EICJCZEEILIIEHS, o EVERY FAMILY SHOULD VISIT The Boston Branch Tea and llrlncerg House. They carry the largest and best selected stock of choice ' tmooizlariis, WEHS, Goimrzras, HND srwris. Also, rcccivc all FLGUR direct from the Mills, thus saving two or three profits, and can pur chase rt always nt very low prices. Also, receive the CALIFORNIA FRUIT put up by the Golub: Gut: 1i'ac,l'z'rgQ' Co., which are the best packers in America, direct from the packers in car lots g and everything is sold at this house at prices that cannot be beaten. J. P. HAYNES, 273 Main Street, Hartford, Conn. QWZQZZZ Q CQL1 Boot z Ecffeoio : in z Q5ol1ogroLroaQy."Q f'II3.S'EI' IE'IlCJ CIR. S'I"l'J'JDIC- Qhoi e Clhi ei o ee E 153 and 5235 Main St., Haftfefdr Ginn' i 11879 9 KY X 2 MKG-Q ., 9 404 ffff o S Q 640 . 0006 YP C' :Id Q , QQ SO Q89 oi QV' me 'Y Q 6 oe KXXYD 9,1 Q5 'Saw 60 Qvee Cb 4 ofa vsvil fb 8,00 'rx if Xf 9, xx 00? QQQJO me QQ5O NN 'QYOYLQN 4009 od W QXQQQO X2, QOQS Q1 W v -gx ZMXQNSBQNS. O6 9 A ' fp 9000005 'RWD 5 G 69 0 K-. QDQ1 ,xo v ?fO SOX Nx QNNQ, XQN S 'VO C, Q s, 50 N255 wx X01 QW 'wx 'iegvoxlb 4,883 f Piiotoeilti-teiiie Rooms, 471 MUiI'IZ. StI'86If, - - - v - Harffgrd, Cgym. 'l'l'tIE LEADING GALLERY IN THIS CITY FOR FINE WORK. No Stairs to Ciimb--- Entire Establishment on the GROUND FLOORQJ .Xrt C"ritics admit that the most Artistic Effects and Fashionable Styles produced by Photog mphy are from RODGERS' Studio. Our prices are as low as would be consistent with good Work. CRLARK at smttm J 'chori and oiis QRINTERSQ , - I VA- H- v--- 'A-- PW '4"'i ' 362 BIAIN STREET, HARTFORD, OONN. ima worm. Established 1865. I FMR PRICES- Q SToRRs tit CANDEE, ardware and BiCt'C SS, 3OO Asylum St., Halettbledf Gonn- C1899 i A , "' 9 5 E . ,Q T , , A i- eg f, .- - Ageing A A ea easee 5 ' XE T c, 5 5? A.D. Voi-ics 84 Co., T 276 Main Street ' 1 HARTFORD, CONN- INVITE YOUR ATTENTION TO A E i 6 oiee Steel? of QPWT Google, CGMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. Fr-aiming of all kinds done. in an Artistic Manner Restoring and Cleaning Oil Paintings, Engravings, i etc., a Specialty. GOOD WORK and GOOD GOODS at REASONABLE PRICES STUDENTS SHOULD PATRONIZE , ' . . iiiifie Eesi i5aieiieii Shen IN THE CITYQ THEREFORE, GO TO ' wv. T. BASS ETT'S, On Trumbu11'St1aeet, undeiethe Allyn House. E C1907 LARNED sz HATCH, -1-cnnnttftticinr. ' ei este seem CF ALL DESCRIPTIONS- Patent Leather Dress Goods at Specialty. TENNIS SHOES IN GREAT VARIETY. Shoes IVIaoIe to Measure by Skilleolf Workmen. I 391 MAIN s'rREE-r, HARTFORD, coNN. , CHARLES A. RAPELYE, Ppmemel ist. Maill Street, - I - Hartford, Conn. Special Attention in Physicians' Prescriptions. TQILET AND EANHCYGOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. All Goods are First Classanol are Offered at Low Prices. NIorton's Choice Chocolates and Bon Bons are Unequaled. I191I . R . ' O'ARDlVIAN, HACK, LIVERY, BQARDING, and SALE T STABLE 'T'-i"T-ii A Carriages may be Ordered by Telephone. Bills Payable Molltlllyl. 104 MAIN STREET, ---- HARTFORD, CONN. 41925 St J. I-SESS 1, Brand? cmgl Qhrrzeviocxn dee Graeme. l QPGHGR Qdefrq, C5or1f?ecfionerq,Qei'e. BOSTON: HARTFORD: O 167 Tremont Street. 239 and 241 Main Street TELEPHONE CONNECTION. V X .ief 'C FEEI1 FO D, CONNU 7 X 1 XZ!!! ,Q-,, f ' 4 , 1 74' 7, ,fx 'QVWM t -C1931 0 O A . ' rhgne i1ete:r1or Hf euzeoreilons -LAT- RIPLEY BROTHERS GGFFQTQ, 4'b 4 'Y PZYSQ4' Qcqaer HGHQTHSQ, 9 fdrdiaerieo, cm. fd rcqoerq lvl ctferlctipfib L aw fzfv ' BUGS, AM' SQUARES, MATTINGS, LINOLEUMS AND OIL CLOTHS. 'T A large assortment of iine interior decorations constantl walls, and windows. Designs for banners and badges , furnished at short notice. - A792 vfv Lf " y on hand fort RIPLEY BRQS., 34 TO 38 PRATT STREET. KFORNIERLYA ON PEARL STREETQ 11941 GLADWIN at MQRSE, IZNVEZSTMENT Romans, No. 7 ASYLUNI ST.. QGtound FIoor,j HARTFORD, CONN WBSIBIII and SUUUIBTII Filfm Mortgages. 1 inltics, absolutely .ww investments paying 6, 7, and 875 intefest. 11 d d F me one. como a , an examine our recor on arm Loans. ' --ALSO1 Stucflis, : Bollcls, : euld :J3ea1:EstaJte Bought and Sold on Commission. V GO TO THE Opera House Barber jlyop, 391 MAIN STREET. o Hauuaumng, Shaving, Shdwipwingo OIBERT C95 ANTZ, Propleiettoles. U99 . JAMES W. BE,J:N'E, Te1111is, Foot-Ba,II, Base-Ball, Gynlnasium and Polo Goods of all kinds. Y ' FINE TENNIS SUITS A SPECIALTY. IO d Il Harvard Row, and 4136 Harvard Street, Cambridge, M-ass. 1006 Chapel Street, New Haven, Co . TRINITY AGENT, V. R. PEDERSON, 51 JARVIS HALL. I PATRDNIZE U. S. HOTEL EILLIARD PARLQRS RECENTLY REFITTED WITH - , REICHEIS CELEBRATED TABLES. F. L. AVI-DRY, Proprietor.. I mm A MERR LL, S Restaurant Vi II,I ,ICICI-I SPRIEADS A SI'1it'l .-XI,'l'Y. I N 0. 8 CENTRAL Row HORSMAN'S IMPROVED TENNIS RACKETS For 1889. I HSEABRIGHT SPECIAL," Red and white swung. Send for Horsmarvs Tennis Catalogue for 1889. ' E. I. HORSMAN, 80 5a 82 WILLIAM ST.,,NEW YOREK. New YGRK 14,011 House. ' No. 5 Asylum St. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE n CELEBRATED MILLER AND SILK HAT. DERBY II97I w F' '--1 . 'L ,Av I 4,41 j I l Qg,vv2"' ""' tw' fdlcetrmfvnnr uxw-szaxwvmhz --Ef qygqa g V R ROPPOSITE GRAND CENTRAL DEPU NE-LW YORK R 600 RG NSAT 5 :Roo PERRDAYANED R , -fRi'E.,,YYi'iR 5 RR R r f RESTAURANTS ATNODERBTEPRIC5 wg! R RAGGAQE TO AND FROM iw GRAND CENTRAL DEPUT FREE I I TRAVELLER5LCAN'LlVE'WELL Rr-THE-GRAND-uNnoR-EDR? E4 LE55'l'IONE.Y'THAN'ATANY Ri - OTHER'FlR5'FCL'A5,'5-HDTEI: y , ,'NQNEWgY9B,E1.. ,R D'RARRISwiM-AQANAQERQ g QQ E E 0 . X RCI RAND I j lcuwlhHY-ffmmnwm-y1mwu.u:un ' aumlmmm n1vr1v1!lNi1.JD, I I ' E A 1 I ' UNION HHO I ELM If ' 4- I I F 'cm-evensfssunzammnfconrRamfxilmfwzusssvusn:wnmewm P- ' Q T . R . --Ulu S lilly fl! "' 9 S I N I I ,I 5 fp R I 2 U I ll' X F .vii ' R' ' X ffm I 5 xx X ' 4' 5 Gull! Q4 'allllnnuu Y, I Q .511 .Ullllll ,' 'W V" mmf -lf. ' " ' X' X, J - ' I U Q . R 0 ' 5 L' V 2 V ,Y f Y - I7 V 1193? T Q Fifteen ' Fmt P1510 Medals. B A I I , S Fifteen First Prize Medals 81 ' A A 8' Q mllght . if l vezitfe-35, - 8- 8- .- .,-. e....... 4,...,,,., q iv 4,.Uuuh"..V.VV'.""v",.4..'.".'-b.',.W'...."-h....-h'.b , . Q86 UHKQUPIGCLAM-bec:l in QlucL?i1'Gy. Enneiefsmogirmg Migfuref . ' .RE 0. UAQEL 631 Gm Manufucvfure. Ffleopiye ofQ9ef?ir1eEl.6cLp-8129, A ' " ' Aie" Al 'ego-gxw A '----.---- .----.---...-.-...... ....,....,....,....,,...,,,,,,.,,,,x,,,,Q .,,,,A,,. E HIGHEST A A AT RUSSELS, 1888. A A Wm. S. Klmball 85 Co., Rochester, N. Y. Q 1 ' . A ' 5 A yff TEE-EL VENIS, THE MUSTNRJEEFECT DFEPENASAES 'P A F15 , A f fe THE EQVDRALEMBERQ-3go48QA6'2:f"AfA'f51Es'PEN N'3i5'79f A W-SFILD Y ALL HL T E URH18 A 5. R. BARLOVV, BOOKS, STA TIUIVERV, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, --Fancy Groods, etc., etc3.-- A VISITING CARDS A SPECIALTY. 232 ASYLUM STREET, HARTFURD, CUNN f'I99P ' Booiis AND STATIONERY BROWN 181 GRoss Invite attention to their large stock of ' Elegantiy illustrated Books LIBRARY BOOKS, C, S BOOKS, THEOLOGICAL BOOKS, P BL S IN P YER O S SC OOL OO S OO C O T T O PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM BROWN 81 GROSS are agents for JOHN A. LOWELL 81 sCO'Si' 7 4BosToN.y Wedding Goods, Visiting Cards, Fine Stationery 77 A7170 79 ASVLUM 3777557 O I-I ARTFORD, OONN. 7 1 . C2003 i .. -: .. ,.-.. .. .. -, ..., -- .:9l!:9!.2:N,agga4g ' N'4l9'll9'llV'llV'Il .- -- .. -- -- ,, Flniaotngpes, E-llleeieti. pee, P Photographs in Eninting Ink. RTO'QllYl,'ES or Albertypes are printed on a printing press in printing Q ink, and do not fade any more than a steel engraving. We combine the Camera and the Printing Press so closely that our pictures equal the finest photographs. ,, ' While photographs are apt to fade, our Artotypes remain as permanent as any printed matter 5 this fact makes our process invaluable' for illustrations for Hooks. Magazines, Catalogues, etc., etc. ' We make pictures in any quantity desired, in any color and any size, and on almost any kind of paper, canvas, silk, satin, or any liexible material. .-Xnything that can be photographed can be represented by our process. We invite inspection of our portraits from life, reproductions from draw- ings, paintings, old manuscripts, landscapes, architectural Views, pictures for medical, scientific, manufacturing, and mercantile purposes, etc.. Estimates furnished on application. EDWARD BIERSTADT, 94LtReade Street, New YOI'1i. P1-ioro-MECHANICAL PRINTING WoRKs EsTABL1sHED 1870. 26 fzorl JOI-IN MELRQSE, '75 lvliain. Street, - - - I-Iartford, .3O'ZlIl.11- ESTABLISHED 1876. I ELDERBERRY WINE, CALIFORNIA WINES, RED CURRANIT WINE, MACIfIE'S GINGER WINE, CHAMPAGNE OF ALL POPULAR BRANDS, BASS ALE, McEWEN'S I SCOTCH ALE, LONDON PORTER, HOLLAND GIN, FRENCH - BRANOIES, SCOTCH WHISKIES, JAMAICA RUMS, ROSE O CO.'S LIME JUICE. A Q4+JAi'v'IES CLARKE A IF YOU HAVE NOT 'SEEN MY LINE OF .S .I EQL IQEI rwagarimgg 99636 PLEASE CALL AND SEXAMINE. ' A I +111 1111211111113 WR USERS 71 SP1:111z1111111f.,11E4. JAMES CLARKE, 73 ASYLUM ST. I TLLOYDSA A121111 111111 1 EHLWSQRHPHY. SP11c111L 11T1'11Nf111oN GIVEN T0 FANc1'L1G11111NG AND POSING. , STUDIO AT 25 PRATT ST. fzozj W SEIDLER aa GZAY MANUl"ACTUR1CRS AND DEALERS I 'fx N ALL KINDS OF PUR IT IQE Sfucieqtd, afroqage SOEIGITQCQ ll' UM.. , ,.... 'u. 4.. 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Fashlunable Tallonngat Moderate Prices As usual, we open the season with a larger display of seasonable cloths than any other house in the city. BUSINESS SUITS T0 ORDER, Foreign or Domestic, from - S18.00. DRESS SUITS T0 0ROER, " " - 25.00. ' TROUSERS T0 0ROER, " ' H - 5.00. SPRING 0l!ERO0A TS T0 0ROER, H e ff - 75.00. SPORTING AND BICYCLE suns A sPEc1ALTv. fax? 50, 52, and 54 Asylum Street. v LUDLOW BARKER :E G0- Eur, .-N ----- - - --Q.aasawzalia-ai'SN?5t!1!L!L1iv5i973'Y'-WELL- H :::l3:ii,T,-5,14 F.i.V..g1z.1aTanag.-.wXs!LX?LH g-- .L--332 V --f: -L. in w r' - ' 'gezaaaeaaaiiaaeei-f.,... i n flnvwllllylilw 'I - ff. -3 .lla 9 if 1if?i5f59'T':P E 17-.2 .ff'Gi?i'1f?'a f.'-g'?.'?0'f4 Iii. 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A 13EnJS2f rw4E?ia -Iii ,ff -Hlii -Hilvvl, -- -..., ,M I -.p .. - qi, -I - Ai - -z. 9:1271 i f. ..-,,g"i ""H' - -v l. -: , ii -45 1011111 t' - .if,.n..meff 1.12 1'-"safari 5: H-if ' .j 1 . ,, Qin' L' -. f iii I , ' jf: ,.' 1 af' - 0 0, 1 lx Vg h ,,---- hf if Czffiifra Cafe-.ia mf ml C2045 SELL THE ' CHICKERING PIANO, The finest in the World, and - several other makers of the highest gk grade. PIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT, Tuned and repaired. Sheet- music and musical goods of every description at lowest prices. 153 and 155 Asylum-St., HARTFORD,CONN. TI-IE SAWAUJDBNWS RBSWAURANE G. F. HAEUBLEIN 81 BRO. NOS. 86, 88, AND 40 MULEERRY STREET. ALSO MAIN STREET, UNDER lQPERA-HOUSE. THE FOLLGVVING IS AN MESSRS. G. F. HEUBLEIN Sc BRO., HARTFORD, CONN. GENTLEMEN : . A ANALYSIS BY PROF. S.AW. JOHNSON OF YALE COLLEGE. NEW HAVEN, DEC. 15, 1888. B latel received from you, for analysis, has in Ioo parts by Weight, The Sample of Faust eer y the following composition. Total Solid extract, . Alcohol, . . Carbonic acid gas, Water,. .. S 'ft atic search has failed to show the presence of any ws ern very similar to that of the best beer of Mumch and V1enna. C2057 . 6.880 I " 3f390 - '355 5 L 89-375 O IOO.OoO adulterant, and the composition is Yours etc., S. W. JOHNSON. BICYCLE AND TENNIS SHOES CAPITANL SI-ICE S'FOIQE, 163 ASYLUM sr., oPPos1TE ALLYN HGUSE. . . GEQGODWIN fgl o . C G. W. FULLER CCL SCN, Trunks, Bags, and Baby Carriages, 182 to 188 Asylum Street, Hartford, Conn. A. H. SQHMIDT, W atch and Clarorlometer Maker. Dealer in FINE WATCHES, DIAIVIONDS, CLOCKS, and JEWELRY. REPAIRIISKEUEQTEQYAT'MES1 , 19 Pearl St., near Main. IJUNLAP'S 8 Uh 'C ' I I ll nsys mpore Q RJ -.'?,1fE'3i'i ,: W . N .Nu , -'18, I . - ' h Exclusively contlned to our Pogo! obtainable only at our estab- care in Hartford. 3..- " "r' nd 1ishment in this city. HQUENELLEH HATS. HQUENELLEH HATS. Extreme Nobby Styles for Young Men. 32.50 and 33.00, are lmedium price, but fine goods. . ' P IGES., Trunks, Bags, and Umbrellas. 12061 THE PIONEER COMPANY OF AMERICA ORGANIZED less. I 'flfl llOEl2OUG-H INSPECTIQNO few STM QD ffm 63 YIIIQWM C' I E 133115 E-E' QVANDINS ,, 1 f Q 4 . A EPrBTFOHb,G0Q I T I AAAMA 7' ,AAA . 1 .'f!,,s Q vo ' Q Insurance against Ioss or damage to property and loss of life and Injury to persons caused by STEAM BOILER EXPLOSIONS. J. M. ALLEN A President. xx P FR XNKLIN F B ALLFN V P d t dV P d t J. B. PIERCE Secretary and Treasurer. ' I 2070 L, Y NEWMAQ Gouff TERNWY NEW ORK T. EIEEIJN Bc Eu., -DEALER S 1N- W ' FJOQQQQ, C5lQ1amoiA5, Qeataer 5Que3CerA3', Etc ' 1500 SECURITY on.. 259 MAIN STREET, - - - HARTFORD, CONN. -PROPRIETORS OF- . The Efarifemncl Smellmg Salts. H 4,2081 T 1866' 188 9. The Hartford Life and Annuity Insurance Go. HARTFORD, CONN, CAPITAL, - - s25o.ooo. BOARDCWWWRECTORS I. R. I"HS'l'IiR Wholesale Merclrmt Hartford H 01-IN 1' -, . G.RO,,' II X, XX III l NIAN. Irry Goods Commission Merchant Oliifledhanics N t' Pliesldent of the Farmers and "r"'f"'rl- ' i JULIUS CONSIEOISESE iiii iiilmford' , . , W ., anuacture,Stff dS' ,C, IV. IIIIX :lvl-,, Attorney, llydextfl-055 Q Hyde, Hartford GEO. M. IVES, Manufacturer, Staffcird S1pgngs,pC? t ' ' ' K L MH' lumker and b1'0ke1', Hi11'ifO1'Cl. WM. C. JILLSON, Prest. Ist Nat. Bk.,'Wi11imantic, Ct, It R. POSIER, P1'u.vz'a'wz1f. 7 H. A. WHITMAN, Vzke-Pre.rz'a'e7zt, STEPHEN'BALL,Sxwmmn XV. A. COXVLER, .fIs.v1'.v!f1m' Sacreffzry. A. T. SMITH, Sufi. cyl' Agefzdes. FINANCIAL STATENIENT, JANUARY I, 1889. D llonds and Mortgages fReal Estatej, .... ' . . j5316,580,10 Real Estate, .... 209,2I0,08 Loans on Collateral, . . . 102,833.50 R. R. Ilonds, Bank and other Stocks, 119,835.00 Cash on hand and in Bank, . . 42,096.21 Deposited in Security Company, . 653,879.13 Interest Due and Accrued, . . 8,177.14 Premiums Due and Deferred, .- . 437.94 Claims Advanced, awaiting Mortality Call, . -W 14,997-37 TOTAL Asssrs, . - . . . - 51,463,046-47 Reserve on Outstanding Policies, Four and one-half per cent., 5393959.00 Due Members and Advance Payments, . . - 571277-65 Fund of Members in security Company, - 553,379-I3 TOTAL LIABILITIES, . - 5ff099fI'5'Z? Gross Surplus on Policy-holders Account, . Q - 363193068 Safety Fund on Deposit with Security Co.,Trustee, over Amount of Insurance in force,0Ve1' 4 ' ' ' ' ' 3'OOO'OOOlOO Death Losses Paid Under the Safety Fund. System, OVGI' 1001000.00 Securities on Deposit with State Treasurer, - - - 27 ' Qzogl . --.wr - - ' ' tru ' ...?. - f- 4-'I-if.,-'f.,. v..,,' 2 ,gps-.11-'gre .,m.a.-an ' - , -' "" Q' T1-IE: POPULAR o HATTER 9 FURRIER A .5 o . A , 4 ! 1. -,fo-in Agent for Schindler So Cofs Celebrated A E Qui sm? AND sm: HATS. - .e3xS.e S-J'9-E? - E? S 'r-' A ' to ,E ' Q HAS ALL THEIIVEW STYLES - 'Ae soon as issued. S Q S M MILLER, YOUMAN, Ion DUNLAP and KNOX, N +MRTFORD,GGuw o ,SILK HATS. S xt' A I ' A Specialty, ready-made and to order.. Manufacfwezf, Wholesafe ana' f?efa1'! Deafelf. E- I..- PARKEEL' -'sw -A A l ijl-Q61 EL 1 STEINWAY, M DECKER BROS., FISCHER, ww. HP S-4 . M' 'iffy - gga lrigsj' PIANOS T0 RENT. Music and Musical Books, uud Musical -Wi! lc! - , - - 2 uf. gl L?yiiuvx ,,,1gui5.w14MS: ' A Merchand1se of eve1y descrlptlon. Lf e M :if f..--:?- H-1--ff T ' 239, 241, and 243 Asylum Street, - A- Hartford, Conn, D- A. SPEAR, ed gifrferigt lef- No. Q42 AS57l'L'L1'l1 Street, Hertford, Conn. CUT FLOWERS AND FLORAL DESIGNS A SPECIALTY. 'felephone Connection. , ' V f2IOJ Q I7? QZSQ, oelgwoocl S3 Brai17arclQ0 HARTFGRDQGQNN. The Lzfrgest and Best Equipped P1'iHUHgI and Binding Establishment T TT'-5 A ' X IN NEW ENGLAND. QQIRIRQSITIQIII, I EIIEQTI IITYRIIIG, PIIRE QMIIIIINQE PRESSIIIQRII, EIISII IISIG, I --ALL UNDER ONE MANAGEMENTf-I ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN To V I CQLLIIGR PURLICATIQNSI 1-14--1-lf"i"" , THE FINEST WORK AT FAIR PRICES. WRITE FOR ESTIMATES. The Clase, heakweed Ea Bramard Ge IPrirIters of The "TRINITY IIZIITIILBTFTZTTD 7 I - I I J WILLIAM H. PO T 81 CO., 428 and 430 Main Street, Hartford, Conn. Aarisric HoUs1T,-FURNISHING AND DEcoRATiNG A SPECIALTY. - ' - . .....- -int l - s ii-it? ' JM- -.-W -f?'i?6i-"'- L r- - jj--Q4-Q ,:, yi" ii a"' '4" wclli' " 'i :gif-nh., l . I llllllililiilll itii""n"5'5lililuaau'2"ZQ.aEiaaE' zu e S ,tr X ecora Ions 7 , rat tt Er, ' 'l egypt S l H . . ll 415.991 a fa it-NM ulllml nm 5 ii qje H E f mi tl. 153 l rigtlfl ll? r We at - . fr M f ee s, r ,t l11E'g'PgEfH H . . er- an IH S ur 'f l ' ,ffluyllwllllqqrf 456,wft'u'mmrH.,.puse-,gegow, AN,,, ,, at 4 7 2 -F . 'I:gig'igilm2?-,twig 2 ifllllll r -+?'?0?-'-- E ,ll fl",'llgz-tE!3:Q1.,9i.-ffiwx l'i, x l ift jI,'?ffQl. 'lQ:5x ' --u-9ef3f4+- , 1ml..11l,.m sQY,,l!, mm I-f' lm m4l:.--5. I i l'-lr" "g1r'.?9!1r"lf ' f e - " G ft-if gn Af a f - - f f 22?1Fi'!-f Zirviggulu ?"1.T'f.ff Our assortment is always large and varied in style and quality. Our stock is never so low but that the most difficult and fastidious can find much to admire and tempt them. Goods cheerfully shown at all times, and all articles guaranteed as recommended. We solicit an examination of ' . Carpets, Paper-Hangings, DSCOPHT-lOHS, Curtains, Mattings, Gil-Cloths, Rugs, etc. WM. H. riosr aoo. 1fu1aN1TURE. Spqeialties for jtudwtg 1 01511119 and See US, H ARTFORD FURNITURE CQ., 107 Agylum stmgt, BONNER, PRESTON Ii CO., Hall Papers and Wimeew aflzhemeles Newest Designs and Colorings. T QPxrT'iQ3'EQ' lVlcL'Ceric:1.?Q, tle "it 5 +-4-o-Q-.ei4-.- '6"'4'+-' The most Complete Stock in 1 C, y 7'f!!',' XJECOICA TION OF ROOMS AND BUILDINGS A SPECIVILTI' QZQ MAIN STREET fHILLS BLOCKT. f213D HANSEL, SLQAN 62 oo., D. I-I. BITAI-Dfifl, r A lillalokiezs, e-zziiezlr-ig, t and iamonels, SILVER AND PLATED WARE, SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES, ' . Watch Repairing. A 323 Main St., Hartford, Conn. E- EEABENSTEIKF, FASHIONABLEW I y y y Ge rrrzwrl HR H QHWEARER, 269 MAIN STREET, HARTFORD, CONN. Parties and Wedcliiigs supplied with everything requisite. Silver of- the latest patterns'-to loan, and competent waiters furnished. German and French costume Mottoes con- stantly on hand. Private families furnished with the best of- Creams, Charlottes, Etc. RESTAURANT.-Regular Breakfast, 40c.ig.Dinner, 500.5 Supper, 400. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Orders received by Mail or Telephone. Goods delivered to any part of the city. . 'HOME-MADE CANDIES. TENNEY,S CELEBRATED CONFECTIONERY. FRENCILI FRUITS. M- 1.1- EACON',' Bottling Establislnnent 81 Soda Water Manufactory, Bottling done for ,Families Bottled Ale, Porter, Cider, and Soda Water, Tonic, LEMON AND ORANGE PHOSPHATE. ' Bottles Bought and Sold, Henry Elias' Prize Medal Bottled Lager Beer. l214l f c ! 4 O 4- + - - A W- - N A .M W O A - 2- O Q cv O I ffm- fbi - 'AW' SSX' A S . O 4 "" gfafii.. .1i3Ef??Q? ' G er- ""' ' ' O ' ' ' . ff, 21715, -.'- 2-'fit ' f' - M , O ' -4 C V-,, ' L . b , o 2 " , A T . A -A-1 A 1 O Wffif ?'v"i "' M , Q 'iMfs'l 5Ei45g, ,4j +',W o "A" , E"FP?iY5A?EW,Qib5 ,WMA 5 Q i H .I ,..- 1.5,-' ,l' Qglglgfgbj gg? ,-fgffffflffg 42555 . , - ,..::..4-',,:,.1. ,.::5f',"j ,fgfz-gf: . 3fxy.QQflyf3i?jpg::::g A A ' - ! o 1 whmhmwihvmiww '5??fZWWZ?2?A 1. A O3 Q4-4 - H I - 1 ff ,f4'I1:g1:5:57iEf:Milla' A' . 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You may transfer a book from one card to another by bringing it :with both cards to the Library. 4. The fine for overdue two-week books is two l cents a day, and four cents for one-week and three-day books. L 5. One-week books may not be renewed. All books not otherwise. marked are two-week books Q and may be renewed once. Geo. W. FLINTBL Co. - OFFER A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF g , . I litllre l 1 . . 1 . y has l ' l loo., l F . LNN. l ble, I , . l E 1 l i'ING . u . 7. l ll il and i . 5 0 -WATEEEYM NNECTICUT s- UTUAL Life Insurance Company Elf AHAM-I-nan, l:n.NN In 1888 the 'C0mPanY received flbm policyholders 54,436,285.32, and from interest, etc., 313937, 190-545 tOf31, 57,423,475-96 It paid to policy-holders for claims, dividends, etc., 35,385,- 343-33, nearly ,EI,OO0,000.00 more than it received from them at the sam ' ' . y , , e tlrne' mcreasing its gross assets ,f8I7,I5O.82. Loans upon real estate, first lien - Its Assets, January 1, 1889, were: f ' - - '- ' ' - 33I,63O,448.6O Cost of real estate owned, - 9,O45,359.36 Cost of bonds and stocks, IO,249,9I5,24 Cash in bank, - - 2,56g,7-72.64 Premium I1OlfCS, ' I,953,5OI.IS Other assets, A total of Its liabilities were And its surplus was - - - 2,01 2,140.58 l 357,450,549-20 52,245,939.6I 5,214,709-59 From 184.6 to 1888 inclusive' It paid its policy-holders, - , ----- 5I34,I62,4.35-I5 And now holds for them - ' 57,450,649-20 A total of -A - 5I9I,623,I34-35 While it received from them only - 155,424,035-97 ..Q . A difference of - - - - - - - 5535, 199,097-33 which it has gained from interest, rent, etc., ajiteffpayzkzg all expenses cmd faxes. Its expenses have been but 8.4 per cent. of its income. It pays for claims by death and endowment over 310,000 daily. Send for Forty-third Annual Report, with full information. JACOB L. GREENE, Prest. JOHN Nl. TAYLOR, w. cc.. ABBOT, D- H- WELLS, Vice-President. Secretary. 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