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HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & CO'S

NEW BOOKS.

The Witness to Immortality, in Literature,

Philosophy, and Life. By Rev. Dr. GEORGE A. GORDON, of the Old South Church, Boston. 12mo, $1.50. Dr. Gordon here presents the fruits of thoughtful study on the Immortal Life, in the Scriptures, in the world's deepest poetry and philosophy, in the Epistles of Paul, and in the life and words of Christ.

A Japanese Interior.

By ALICE M. BACON, author of “Japanese Girls and Women." 16mo, $1.25. A book of equal value and interest, describing, from personal observation, Japanese home and school life, theatres, traveling, hotels, temples, food, dress, dolls' festivals, wrestling contests, curio men, fireworks, the climate, earthquakes, etc.

The Son of a Prophet.

By GEORGE ANSON JACKSON. 16mo, $1.25. An historical story of great interest, giving a view of times and persons possessing a kind of sacred fascination. The scene is in Palestine and Egypt in the reign of King Solomon, and the author is very successful in his attempt to create the character of the man who wrote the wonderful Book of Job.

Sam Houston and the War of Independence

in Texas. By ALFRED M. WILLIAMS, author of “The Poets and Poetry of Ireland.” With a Portrait and Map. 8vo, $2.00. A valuable and interesting book, both as a history of Texas and a biography of Houston, who had a very remarkable career.

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Essays in Idleness.

By AGNES REPPLIER, author of “Books and Men,” “ Points of View,” etc. 16mo, gilt top, $1.25. These brilliant essays will challenge, instruct, amuse, and delight the reader. They will charm by their good sense, wit, impatience with nonsense, and admirable literary skill.

A Sketch of the History of the Apostolic

Church.
By OLIVER J. THATCHER, Professor in the University of Chicago.
16mo, $1.25. A thoroughly interesting book, giving in admirable
form the results of the latest researches in the early history of
the Christian Church.

Sold by all Booksellers. Sent, postpaid, by

HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & CO., Boston.

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In Latin and Greek
He was quick as a streak;

In dress he was foppish and tony.
The latter was due to his being an ass,
The former was due to his pony.

-Harvard Lampoon.

APOTHECARIES HALL,

ESTABLISHED 1821.

Surgical Instruments, Trusses, Supporters,

Elastic Hose, Etc.

821 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn.

E. A. GESSNER.

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Students' Clothes Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed at Short Notice. GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED WHEN PROMISED.

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1000 CHAPEL ST., Now Haven, Conn.

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'94 A., '95 A., '96 A., '97 A.

'94 S., '95 S., '96 S. Go to Robinson's Yale Hair Cutting Parlor,

In Warner Building.

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