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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, 'JUNE 27, 1895
HATS. The largest assortment of Straw Hats to be found in the city, at Extremely Low Prices. Friend E. Brooks, 705 CHAPEL STREET. igvoxflsXons, Stc BROILERS, SPRING LAMB, Beef, Veal and Mutton. Peas, String Beans, Wax Beans, Beet . Tops, Spring Spinach, Beets, New Potatoes. Cuoumbers, Tomatoes, Native Onions. Radishes, Lettuce, Asparagus. HTJRLBTJRT BROS., 1074 CHAPEL STREET. Washburn Crosby Co. "SUPERLATIVE." The Best Bread Flour in the World. J. D. DEWELL & CO, WHOLESALE AGENTS, 239 Stats Street. New Haven. Woodmont, Tel. 105-8. Now Haven. Tel. 260. THE I I REMIT CO., Fine Groceries, Meats, Poultry, 'dame, Vegetables, Fruits, Etc. TABLE LUXURIES. Cherriiifind BulDoiEau. ' , Church and ': ElmSts. Extra Tivoli Beer. Equaled "by few Beers at any price. $1.00 per Dozen, IesslOcperdozeeforreturnof empties, GILBERT & THOMPSON. Delhi Creamery Butter. pouuds to tho dollar. Superior Old Cheese, Sage Cheese. Cooked Ham by the pound. Fresh Craokors received most every day. Crosse & Mackwell's Jams. Goudon Sc Dllworth's Currant Jolly. Strawberries every day. Fly Paper. D. S. COOPEH CO., Tele, call, 729-3. 470 State Stroot. D. I, WELCH & m FINE RIPE SUGAR LOAF PINES nt: 12o or $1.25 per doz. LARGE NEW POTATOES only 40c a peck. ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER at 23o lb., 4 1-2 lbs. $1.00. Wo guarantee this butter to be the best ever offered. All we ask is a trial order. GOOD BUTTER for 16o and 20o lb. FINEST STATE PRINT BUTTER at 25o. lb. FULL CREAM CHEESE only 12o lb. GOOD CREAM CHEESE only lOo lb. RIPE TOMATOES only lOo qt. basket. NATIVE STRAWBERRIES reoeived fresh daily. EVERYTHING in tho VEGETABLE LINE CHEAP. CALIFORNIA PEACHES at 13o and 13o can. CALIFORNIA APRICOTS at llo can. Carload CANNED TOMATOES at 7c cau. D. M. WELCH & SON, CASH GROCERS, Established 1874, 28 and 30 Congress Avenue, Branobes 175Campbell Avenue, West Haven. 8 Grand Avenue, Fair Haven. For tho last two or three weeks we have lot our "AD." run without chaniro. knowinvr that it. was doing' good work. Wo hnvo thought that a little advico about the keepinur and whipping of our CKEAM might bo appreciat ed. It should be kopt In ICE COLD WATER un til wanted for use, and then thero will ho no trouble about Its whipping In (rood shape. Wo liavo pure milk and can supply In any quantity at short notioo. Ico cream manufacturers and largo users of cream are especially requested to call for prices, and givo our oream a trial. Cream will bo delivered at any point In tho city or suburbs if enough is ordered at one time to mnkeitanobjeot, or will bo shipped by ox press to any point in the state. Tho choloest makes of Creamery Butter al ways on hand. Wo sell for cash Four Pound Prints for 81.00. Our lino of GROCERIES, FRUITS, Ecc, are first-class goods. Our telephone call has boon changed to 733-4 Respectfully, E. H. CLARK. el3tf DO YOU WANT four Carpets Briilleiiii, 'Ike Moths Killed, and tUe Oust Removed ? WE CAN DO IT. Lace Curtains Of the finest qualities oleaned without injury We are especially fitted up tor this work. Dyeing and Cleaning 01 Mea'x Suits and Overcoats, Ladies Dresses, etc. Laundering Of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, TJnderolotnlng. THE FORSYTH CO., OFFICES 878 CHAPEL STREET, 645 " " 28 BROADWAY, STATE, LAWRENCE anb MECHANIC STREETS. Tolephone 851-2 and 3 golds. HOTEL MAJESTIC Chapel Street above the College Campus. For select and transient. ' Will Open On or About June 20th. Booms en suite, with baths uud single, fur nished or unfurnished. Dining Room on tho Araorloan and Europo' an plana. ERNEST W. ROOT, Manager. MOSELEr'S NEW HAVEN HOUSE HAS added steam and plumbing to-iUtti rooms on suite. Commercial men will find tne looatlon eans. oiuuy auapiou so luwr wants,' uatiuy to tno uuBinesg uistriuc. nl BETH H. MOSEIiBY, fptscjeiljroeous. FOR THE TEETH. FREE SAMPLE AT Druggists', OR C. W. Whittlesey I Co. 281 STATE STREET. Florida Honey Peaches. Only a few esoaped tho frost. We have a small shipment this morning and ex pect another next week. J. B. JUDSON, 867 Chapel street. LAST CALL! Don't delay if you want to preserve your Strawberries. CHERRIES FOR PRESERVING. Watermelons. Baked on the premises, fresh daily, pemiine homemade Wheat, Rye, Brown Bread and Biscuit. Saturdays, genuine Boston Baked Beans by tho piut or quart. E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State St. Telophone 8522. We beg to announce that we are giving public recitals every afternoon between 3 and p.m. at our warerooms, to which you are cordially invited. Program for To-Day. , 1. Overture Tannhauser, - Wagner 2. Pcemei Symphoniquo, - Saint-Saens Le Rouct d'Oinphale. 3. Waltz Par des Fleura, - 4. Sylvia Ballet Dellbes Delibes Fizzioato and Valso Lute. 5. March "O. G. V.," - Vottler 777 CHAPEL STREET. STEEL WOOL. flnmh vour lloors with Btool Shavings and keep them smooth and olean. For cleaning Brass ana Metnis, tooi wool is unsurpassoa. It shows anu sens itHoir. . USE IT, BUY IT, TRY IT. Rteol Wool has proven Itself to bo tho best article In tho market for rubblog down a first coat of varnish, and when using KUB ONLY WITH THE GRAIN, and If a particularly Bmooth surface is re quired, uso a liltlo raw Unseed oil. Forsale by THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street. L. W. ROBINSON, ARCHITECT. Removed to No. 760 CHAPEL STREET. ZAHNITB ft i Recitals YALE'S NEW COMMENCEMENT (Continued from First Page.) ways be returning to the galleries and I could not think why. But now I have guessed it. He hus just recently been married. (Laughter.) Anyone who wants to be cured of Insomnia should take a room at the New Haven house during commencement week. took a room there last night. From 10 to 12 o'clock the bombs were going off. From 12 to 1 two bands were vying with each other under my window, From 1 to 2 the seniors who had been to the german were trying to say good-bye to their best girls. I never realized before how long It takes a senior to bid his best girl good-bye. From 2 to 4 about twenty-five members of one of the classes who had bene holding a banquet somewhere I think it was Patten'e class, for I think I recognized his voice were sitting on tho curb opposite and vociferously asserting that they were going 'to drink her down'." Dr, Dejiew then spoke a few words about many new colleges which had sprung up within a few years and the great wealth that many of them hod behind them, and then spoke of the poverty of Yale. "But," said he, "a man might better be an alumnus or student fo Yale than of all those young er universities put together. Nothing 'can take the place of two hundred years of traditions." Ha then spoke about the rich men at Yale. He said that a rich man coming here was really handi capped as he has to demonstrate that he is a good fellow before he can be admitted to the democracy. He then alluded to the sentiment which had been expressed by Mr. r Ma son, that the Congregational ministers on the corporation should not necessarl ly be from Connecticut. Dr. Depew said that strength, force land power of the institution lay in the Congregation al ministers ot Connecticut. They were abreast or in advance of all issues of the times, at the same time preserving the conservatism necessary to a. great institution. He did not object to an in crease among the lay members to al most any number. He said that the mlmisters of Connecticut were valuable members of the corporation, as they were present at all the meetings and did faithful committee work. He ex pressed the opinion that the Institution should be kept in contact with the state of Connecticut. He said that there was a constantly arising spirit to tax all property belonging to churches and in stitutions of learning, land the univer sity on this account did not want to be out of touch with the state. He closed his address with an elo quent tribute to Edmund Clarence Sted- man, the author of the commencement ode. Rev. Mr. Scovillo of Stamford then proposed three cheers for Yale and the assemblage dispersed singing "Here's to Good Old Yale." CORPORATION MEETIXa. Frofonsor ( oorge E. May Is Made Professor KmerltuH Other Changes. Among the business transacted by the Yale corporation at the commencement meeting were the following appoint ments in the medical school: Assistant Professors O. T. Osborne, H. B. Ferris and Graham Lusk were made professors In full in the same chairs of Instruction In which they have hitherto been en gaged. At the same time Dr. Louis S. DeForest and Dr. Henry L. Swain, who had long been connected with the school, were made clinical professors in their several departments. Dr. Charles J. Bartlett, who has just graduated, was made assistant in pathology. At the same meeting Messrs. James II. Webb and William L. Bennett were made Instructors in the law school. Mr. Wendell M. Strong, Yale '93, was elected tutor In mathematics in the college. Be sides the changes in the divinity school announced yesterday (the partial retire ment of Dr. Harris and the transfer of Professor Stevens to Dr. Harris' -chair, leiavlng the care of the Greek 'depart ment In the hands of President Dwight) the corporation accepted the resignation of the dean, Professor George E. Day, and made him professor emeritus in the school. ltlC-ISLi:CTEl. Buchanan Winthrop a Member of tho Yalo Corporation. Buchanan Winthrop, Esq., of New, York city, of the class ox lSf2, was re elected member of the Yale corpora tion for a term of six years at the re cent election. Twelve nunorea ana eighty votes In all were case, about 1,200 of which were for Mr. Buchanan. The Pre.lrtcnt'8 Ttocp ptlon. The annual Commencement reception of President Dwight Was held in Yale's beautiful art school building last eve ning, and was at usual a brilliant af fair. Among those present were Pro fessor J. Marsh, Professor Woolsey, H. Sullivan, C. BrisseTr.'-elnss '50, A. Y. Parmlee, D. B. Tuclfer, Mrs. E. S. Her- mancc, Rev. I. C. MeSfirve, F. E. Bead, Dr. Oertel, J. S. Seymour, John Patten, Rev. E. C. Sage, Rev. G. E. Nichols, Mrs. Cady, Miss Cady, O. A, Kingsbury, J. A. Jones, F. H. Jones, Mrs. E. M. Reed, Rev. W. W. McLane, K. B. Bow, flitch, Mr. Haskell '63, Professor H. E. Smith, Professor H. B. Wright, Presi dent Curtlss of the City bank, A. Maxey Hiller, Dwight E. Bowers, Rev. E. S. Lines, Rev. M. R. Mulford, Rev. D. C. Stone, Dr. F. L. Chase, Dr. Bellosa, Professor W. Beebe, F. 9. Bradley, E. S. Bristol, Dr. J. P. C. Foster, Dr. Ives, H. H. Sladeling, l: H, Rogers, L. S. Martyn. B7S sissrions Received Their Diplomas Yesterday Tho Commencement Exercises at Battell Chapel Tho I'rlzes and Scholarships Tho Honorary negroes The Honor Ust Five hundred and seventy-five Yale somlors yesterday received their diplo mas at the final commencement exer cises of the university, which yesterday completed its one hundred and ninety- fifth year. The graduating exercises were this year of marked interest, because of the changes announced last winter and since widely commented upon. There waa no valedictorian, no saimatorian, and no speaking for the Townsend prizes. At 10:30 yesterday morning the seniors of all departments assembled on the campus, and, heaaea Dy rroressor yus- tave C. Schwab as marshal and a brass band, marched through the green to Battell ch'apel, where the commence- ment exercises took place Instead of to the Center church, as heretofore. Behind the band came the academic, then the scientific, next the medical and law seniors, and behind them were the Yalo corporation, the faculty and the alumni who are back for reunions. The procession was over half a mile long, and was of 'an imposing nature, the mortar board cups and to;is of the seniors giving it an artistic as well as classic aspect. The exercises In Battell chapel began at about 11 o'clock with music by the symphony orchestra, led by Professor .Parker, head of the department of mu Islc. Prayer was offered arnd tho LXV psalm was sung, as at the opening of the first college erected in New Haven in. 1718, and at the Inauguration of the first President D.wlght. The ushers In the chapel were: Prof. G. F. Gruener, Dr. F. L. Chase, Prof. L. N. Pirsson, Dr. V. I. Lowe, Prof. S. L. Penlleld, Dr. P. E. Browning, II. A. Smith, Prof. Irving Fisher, Prof. H. L. Wells, C. L. Brownson, W. A. Adams, C. A. Ingersoll and W. H. Sall mon. : On tho platform sat the president, faculty, corporation and invited guests. In the center aisle were the class of 1895, while the orchestra and chorus were in the north transept. The south transept was given up to old alumni, and tho gallery was occupied entirely by the ladies. The back gallery was eo crowded that while the classes were en tering It started away about a quarter of an 'inch from the wall and' plaster ing fell Into the back seat below. It is evident that the gallery should be stroiTglhened before another such large gathering, for a serious catastrophe nwiy .otherwise occur. The exercises did not begin until 11:30. After a rendering of the Over- ture to Egmont by the New Haven sym phony orchestra and prayer by Rev. Joseph H. Twichell of Hartford, the LXVth psalm was sung, the eame that was sung at the opening of the first college erected in New Haven in 1718. President Dwight then delivered his address which was in part as follows: "In looking over -the past year we ilnd the university affected in two ways the Inward and the outward life. How soon doe3 the graduate upon returning to the university find himself out of touch with the place yet many of the old and good traditions which tend to the right life are here. There nave been many changes in the corps of In' structors, but they have chiefly been in the addition of more young men." Tho president then pronounced a touching eulogy upon the late professors, James Dwight Dana and William Dwight Whitney. "A new era has dawned upon the university life. Yet both the old and the young live on only about half their powers. The promise of tne tuture is one pointing towards fulfillment. . The spirit of a true democracy as truly abides here as it ever did, and this Is the only true university spirit. If the old Yale democracy needs In adequate facilities for instruction and poor quarters In order to continue its existence it Would better be changed into something more worthy of Yale manhood. To-day Yale men are as much a brotherhood as they ever were." He then: spoke of the new buildings which had been erected and publicly thanked Mr. -Vanderbllt and Mr. White for their gifts of Vanderbllt and White halls. Then the new law school was mentioned and the Phelps memorinl gateway. President mvignt staiea xnat the family of the late wmmm waiter Phelps had given, $20,000 more for the building, besides the $100,000 already given by Mr. Phelps and hla father. Reference was. made to numerous other bequests and In particular to the new gateway between the University libra ry and Art school given by Mrs. Henry Farnam in memory of her two relatives, Samuel Whitman, member of the cor poration from 1724-40, and of L. Nathan Whitman, a member of the corporation from 1748-74. A gift of $15,000 has just been- made to tho School ot Fine Arts to found a fellowship. The total bequests received during the year have amounted to something over $300,000. The award of fellowships, scholarships and prizes were then announced by President Dwight. The Blnging of the ode written by Edmund C. Stedman, LL. D by a train ed chorus under Professor Parker, was beautifully rendered and appreciated by all who listened. The degrees were then conferred by the president and Fellows to the can didates. The following Bachelors of Arts received the diplomas and distrib uted them to their classmates: Jacobus, Kellogg, Nutting, W. F. Par- AiV four dw fur a box of fTunfiON'B Tlosa Mknikub, coniiiting nf ti tubes, 20 hnmls, anil I pair pliers, or postpaid 7flc Ettra parti Bold separately. Glvo inside diameter Of hoao. ! C. E. HUDSON &C0., Leominster, Mass. ! An experiment but rSSLrf.1 "George, dear, Jmm don't try to mend jPjjH; i that hose again s iSjgyi' with rags. I am drenched. HUDSON'S HOSE MHSCEH Papa always used it. It's fine. One box ought to last you for years." . lit is not ft ands of housekeepers who at first thought they never could use any shortening but lard, now use COTTOLENE and couldn't be induced to change, simply because it is better, cheaper and HI L3 The Produce BillliMlllllilli sons, S. Tyler, Bean, Bcardslcy, DeFor est, Eggleslon, Elliot, Evans, Everitt, Finch, Gibson, Harrison, High, Holden, Jones, Kent, Kimball, Lewis, Loben stine, W. M. Bichards, Shepley, Skin ncr. Thurston. Wellcr. Whinlield and Dunn. The Bachelors of Philosophy who dls trlbuted their diplomas were: Osborn, Band, H. Hollisier, Robinson, J. W. Roe, Saxon, Schurig, Wells, Whitcomb, At Ion, Belln, Borg, E, E. Brownel'l, Clifton, Cutting, Davis, Foote, Hitchcock, Hop kins, Mlxter and Newton. The Bachelors of Law who gave out their diplomas were: Burke, W. D, Browu. Kitchel. Adair, H. K. Smith, C, V. Henry, Washington and Woollier Kev. Professor Fisher then presented to tho president and corporation the candidates for honorary degrees and the degrees were conferred. After the singing of several academic songs President Dwight made a short address to the graduates and then pro. nounced the benediction, after which the procession marched from the chap- el to the tune, Coronation. The annual alumni dinner was served in Alumni hall immediately af ter the graduating exercises at 1:45 o'clock. PRIZES AND SCHOLARSHIPS. Awards of prizes, fellowships and (Continued on Third Page.) For Colic, Cramps, Cholera i Morbus . and all Summer ( Complaints, there is no cure j equal to Pain-Killer. Get a ! bottle to-day. Keep it con-; stautly on hand, for there is no kind of pam or ache internal or external that will not relieve. Genuine bottle bears name of PERRY Davis & Son. Look out for imitations and substitutes. Double the former quantity f frr c rent's M fWsccUattjeous. ' The National New Haven Bank. STATE C1IAUTHK 170. One Uuudrd and Ninety-Ninth Dividend. FIVE PER CENT. A SEMI-ANNUAL dividend of five per eout. has boon declared, vuyitlilo on and ult'T July hit, 1895. Tranufer books closed uni.il inai units JttiOfit ROIIERT I. COUCH, Cashier. District of Now Haven, es. Probate Court, t June a, 18115. ( ESTATE of SARAH J. THOMPSON, late of Now Haven, In said district, deceased. The executor having exhibited his administration account with buIu estate to tills eoni't, for allowance, it Is oIlDEUED Tbat the second day of July, A. D. lSi'5, at ten o'clock In tbo fm onoon, ut a Probate court to bo held at Now llavon. within and for tbo district of Now Haven, bo and the same Is hereby a slpnod for a benr- Iiik on the nllowanco of bald administration account witli said estate, and this court di rects tho exxsutor to clto all persons Interested therein to appear at. said time and place by publishing this order throe times in some newspaper Imvlnu a circulation in said district. MV1NGRTON W, CLEAYELAN D, jv'in lit JiHltfe of said I'robato Court. LININGS. MACHINE JOBBING. VP Talk ANTED, all sorts of rcDaiiiinr. Machine iobblnir : models mudo. allors' Shears. II u bois, Solssors and 3at31 sharpened. iino idunps, snvcrwaro repaired. NO JOll UAHItED. Rear 67 Orange Street. fl3 ljr 1'O.MKKOy HKQ3. xxvnitxxvt, tc. r.',: :. -,..' The Celebrated W'nitney Baby Carriage We have tbo complete larire lino of Spring styles in stoek ; best values ever shown. Prices ranKlnc from $5.00 to $15.00. STAHL & HEGEL, 8, 10, 12 Church Street. a roved success. I nous- E 3 r PAIN 6l ' WHEN 09 more healthful. Hie genuine had this trade mark steer's head in cotton-plant wreath on every pail. Iook for it Made only by N. K. Fairbank Company, : CHICAGO, ana Eichanga, S. Y., 24 SUte St., Boston Er 3 GAS RANGES. To olear up our stock we offer 15 "Perfect" Gas Ranges AT LESS THAN COST. These Ranges are the best in tho market. The New Haven Gas Light Co., No. 80 CHOWN STHEET. Plumbing anil Gasfitting. J II. Buckley, 170 Church at Don't PurchasB a Refrigerator Until you have examined THE "AMERICA."- It embodies in its construction several new, and all the essential, foaturos necessary to a Perfect Ilefritrerator. l-'or sale by CCKTISo & PIEHPONT, 273, 3T4. 270, 278 Elm street. Qhatfield M anil lu.W rap ping Paper Co. PAPER, Book, News, Fine Papers and ' j TWINES. ' 298, 300, 303 State Street. It. O. HUSSELL, Aicliitect, 852 Chapel Street. BICYCLES WASTED. I want a number low is the time heavy machine for I-: St l u - 4 tf""-"'" 'r't T ''r"; "" f"' ' " 1 " i ' "r ' - ,-" , . , , ' i ''''I- Y r L 1 . M Iff f ! r Pit , ' " liil-i '' 'hi ' 1 k W. P. WEAVER, 51 6 and 520 State street New Haven. TI MY SPECIAL CABPET SALE AT- H. B. ARMSTRONG & CO., 84-97 Orange street. Having combined our two ind we have a much larger than ever before at this time of the year. In order to reduce stock prior to inventory, and to stimulate! trade, we have reduced our prices on all our Carpets' for this great Ten Days' Sale. We are selling Carpets lower than we have ever sold them before, which means we are selling them lower than clean, new standard stock was ever sold in New Haven. STOCK INCLUDES : j 100 Rolls of Gobelins, $1.07i I 100 Rolls of Axminsters, 150 Rolls of Moquettes, 150 Rolls of Tapestry Brussels, 150 Rolls of Best Quality Ingrains, 50o. ' tg" VVe offer special prioes for Ten Days. H. B. ABMSTKONG Sc CO., 8997 Orange Street. -r ! i y" j- i i ' .''ih ii 1 : hi 'I i .-In?1, M J Self Without .arge Thousands S Regardless OF COST. MISS A. V. BYRNES' Stock of Select MILLINERY, 1132 Chapel St. 2d n50rrkaib0V8 By Order of the j Mrs Gamble personally Administratrix. ) superintends all order A call from iriennn win im approi-oatou. WAX POLISH OIL For . floors In Stores, Bauklnir Houses and Publlo Buildings wherevor a olean oil waxed surface is desired. ' No dust will arise from sweeping. "WMII" for Kitchsn Floors. CALIi FOB, aHC0I;AK. it & Parrel 93 CROWN STREET. THK NEW HAVKN SAVINGS BANK rpHB semi-annual meetinif of the board of JL truRtoesof the Now Havou Sovlnira uank will bo held at the bunking house, No. Xia Orange street, on Friday, Juno 2i b, lKuS, at 7:B0 o'elook p.in., for the purpose of dunlnrlnir . a seml-annuul dividend, appointing auditors, aud for doingr any otlier business proper to be done at said meeting-. New Haven, June !, 1805. 1eS2flt HENRY P. WHITE, Clerk, For the BEST Bread, To FERRY'S. . For I large loaves Bread a5o, . ., : : To FERRY'S. For Grandmother's Bread, . . . To FERRY'S. For Finest Bisouit Made. To FERRY'S. For a Quick Lunoh, : To FERRY'S. For a nice Dinner, 30o, To FERRY'S. For Ice Cream Soda 5o, To FERRY'S, For Best Root Beer made, To FERRY'S. All Materials of the best, At FERRY'S. 46 to 50 Churclist I LEAD, BUT NOT FOLLOW, BROWN & BERGER, ARCHITECTS, 87 Church Street. Telephone 839-4. Kl ly AKK YOU A TOBACCO 8LAVK? DO you want to quit this practioa ? You ouirlit to do it for the sake of vour heart. your Nerves, your Lungs. Kvory chew, every smoke, hurl you. if you want, to slop there will be a struicKlo and you will fail unless you have help. "OOOD-BY" will do it easilv. tho roughly. No experiment, no fake, no Injury. A sure, safe, speedy curn. Try It, It wilt not fail. Write to Tuo Antinlootlue Co., Derby, Conn. &p34 1 t.f of Second-hand Bicycles, to trade your old style, an up to date '95 Model. largo stocks into one, wo quantity of goods on hand $1.0 .0 AJRE: Contained, requiring no brick setting. Gaskets or Packing, and are thus alwa tight. 1 Htii0 U)(jUte ItB iO CO. Have Vertical Water Ways, givingfree circulation Direct lnre Surinee, using the radiant heat of the lire. In use and a'! giving satisfactic SHEAHAN & GROARK, 4 Steam Fitters and Plumbers. Tolephono iOi-4 285 and 237 State Street.