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Ithric**. f*. Y.. May 16?On Tuesday O. K. Gllbert,
of the? United States Geological 8urvey, l?i?ctured
before the Pi'lvo-sity on "Niagara Falls and the
Nl.w'.i; u QtHge." ? subject on which he Is said to
be IBs ?******? authority In America.
The, list of candidates for degrees at the ap
proarhin? commencement appeared ?luring tlio
?eck. The total number of candidates is 450, of
whom 49 are candidates for advanced degrees. In
the Collei.e of Arts and Sciences are 136, of whom
?> ar.' candidates for A. B., ?18 for Ph. B., 11 for
p. L, aa4 So for R. S. In Slbley College there are
t? candi-latcs for M. E. and 7."? for M. K. In E. E.
There are 25 in civil engineering, 9 In arehli<*ctur.\
83 in law, 8 In agriculture and 3 In veterinary medi?
cino ,1?. V. Ml.
Professor Alfred Kmerson. of the department of
classical archaeology, has been appointed to a pro
fasaarsklS in th? American School of ?Ctasoleal
6;u.h??.?i la Athens, for the year 1897-'!?. made
va mt by the resignation of Dr. Charles Wald
stein. who was appointed to a professorship In the
University of Cambridge.
Under the atMptefM o( the Christian Association,
Leland T. Powern save a rending from "David Cop
p? atl.-lil" |n Barnes Hall Tuesday evening.
The flrst of the lectures by the fellows of the
d?-partme**t of pol?tica"! science were given on Tues
?av and Thursday by J. B. Phillips on "Methods of
Keeping the Public Money of the United States."
The Executive ?'omnilttee of Ihc Pi/anl of Tins?
te.--< bus apiiolnie.l Eugene P. Andrews, ''.'?. curaijr
Of the Mus. um of Classical Archaeology for the
>??!?! ??v-?;-'!'?.
Hugh ?'. Troy, '<?.".. recently appointed State Chem?
ist, has been located at Cornell, ami ha? an office
ta the Dairy Building.
An Important change has been nnrotinced In the
programme of the Military Department, which will
BO Into effect next fall. At the b< ginning of the
term the drill corps will do divinen into two sec?
tions, which will drill earlier In the afternoon than
la retofore.
The National convention of the Delta Gamma Sr>
ci.'ly Is to be held with the Cornell Chapter on
Wednesday, Thursday aiwl Friday of this week.
The last rac between tin? 'Varsity and AnnapoUa
??rears before the departure of the latt>-r for Annap?
olis took placa ??r, Tuesday over the mlle-and-a-luuf
course. The Annapolis crew flnishe?l about three
lengths ah**nd. "the first freshman crew also par?
ticipan! In th?.* rac??, and hud a handicap of about
f.v.ir length*?. It ?SS beaten by the '\arslty by
ab'.iit i\ length. T'ie Annapolis party left Ithaca
Wednesday evening.
Spring football practice began on Tuesday, wh?
elght or ten candidates appeared on the Held. The
coach, Gl??n S. Warner, and Cantata MoKoever
arare on hand to direct the practice, which con
fisted in kiokinrz. punting, falling on the ball and
Int rforeno? pi iv?-. There shoulrl be son)?? good ma
torlnl amosiff; the candidates next fall. Bcnoch. the
entre of the '??5 team. Is rire to como back. Fay
vllle will enter from the Ithaca High School, of
MSI year's te.i'ii. Hill, Tracy. Lueder, ?'lark. Heel,
gweetland and White will' be back for th?' 11 tt? ;
Vour.g, Miller. D -rr and a younger brother of Clin?
ton Wyckoff will try for quarter' Rlplejr, Iturtaugh
and WMtlng will tr?- for backs. Captain McKeever
will play nt end. The opening games of the season
will be with Colgate, Syracuse ami Hamilton. The
bip gam?> will be with Princeton on Percy Field. A
two-year agreement with Lafayette has been en?
tered into.
The sophomores In Page College? gave a banquet
In the Sage ?Itrltig-nx?m Wedn?*sday evening.
Andrew D. White delivered his lecture on "Evolu?
tion versus Rtrvolution In Politics" Friday even?
ing, under the ausoloes of th? Graduate Student-?'
Club, ?.'hartes p. Steinmetz also lectured before
the Cnivorslty on Friday at ?M invltntio?? of th?
department of physics
At the last mating of the University faculty
G. P. Ritter received one of the Fuertea cold med
?ils for .-xc-llence In the? course in civil engineering.
E. P. Treston, '7.'. executive officer of the Vnltrd
States Coast and Geodetic Survey, received a sim?
ilar medal for a meritorious paper.
Wellesley. Mass., May If,.?A new and valuable
course In art will bo opened at Wel.ealey next year
by Professor Alice Van Vechten Brown, now
director of the Norwich (Conn.) Art School. Pro?
fessor Brown will givo weekly lectures on art, per?
spective, anatomy, current exhibitions, etc.. during
the entire year, and will also, with her assistant,
superviso the work In drawing and sketching es
pp*ted from the BtndSBts. In addition, the work of
th ? first semester will embrace tho history of
Florentine painting, fourteenth and fifteenth cen?
turies, un.1er thr? direction of Miss Katharine Jones,
R. A., Wellealoy, '8f>. and the work of the second
semester will lnelu?le the history of ornament, in
charge of Howard C. Walker and Miss Katharine
B. Child.
'The New Psychology of Common-sense." waa
th?* subject of the lecture delivered before th?* col?
lege on Monday evening by President Hall of Clark
1'i.iv?irsttjr. Dr. A. C. Coolidge, of Harvard, Is giv?
ing a series of lectures at Wellesley on the Eastern
qtj 's;ion, with special rerennco to the work of the
history elapses. The Rev. Dr. William H. l>av',9. uf
Newton, .Mass?., preached in the chapel this morn
it,m- Misa Anna M. I'ummlnps, of Wellington,
South Africa, spok?* to the stti'lenta this evening of
her work in the Huguenot College.
Prof-^sior Calvin Thomas, of Columbia College,
will deliver the cvmmencenient ad?lress at Welles
ley on June 22. The R?v. A. J. F. Hehrer']?., e.f
Prooklyn, will preach the baccalaureate Barman on
June SB, The date of the annual "float" has be??:i
set for Wednesday, June i?.
Miss Mary A. S'owell, p'.anl?t and instructor In
r.;-.)?'* at Wellesley, will take part In a concert to
I?- given In the chapel to-morrow evening by Ros
ton muslclana The .-oiiepe Qiee ciub concert fur
th?i benefit of th?; Ihafer memorial fund will take
place to-morrow evening, also, In Posten.
Statements of ail courses to be given next year
w? re bulletined early last week, and each student is
espected to make out her schedule of elective work
for the ensuing year la-foro the close of th?? spring
term. Many attractive, new courses aro offered.
At their election, held on Tuesday, the Barn
Swallow Society elected the following officers for
next year: Mary o Malone. 'i'S. president: ?'lara P.
woodburjr, IS, vice-president i Florence Brentano?
'?a?, aecretarr; Mary ??>. Hewitt, "Si?, treasurer, and
Edith B. Lehman, '??. custodian.
Tho president and members of th?? faculty have
Issued Invitations for a Inree reception to he held
in tho Pamsworth Art Building on Monday after?
noon, May 21.
WIIHSBMillWII. Ma."-.?.., May 16.?Dr. Leverett
Meara, professor of chemistry, will spend his sum?
mer vacation In Purope. Sailing from New-York
on Juin- 1?, he will visit Germany, Italy and Switzer?
land. I)r. Meara received his degree from G?ttin?
gen, and this tour gives him the opportunity to
strengt! in his. department, already one of tho best
In college.
The following men have been chosen by the
Phllotechnlan Debating Society to represent It at
the coming Joint debate: Levy, '??7, Brown. '&$, and
M.ironey, '9S. The Phllologlan Society has chosen
Denlson. '97; Terr.pk-ton, '98. and Matthews. '98. Dr.
Carter in expected to deliver a l?*cture before the
two societies on May 39 on tho subject, "The His?
torical Ri-latlons of Fort Massachusetts"
At the m?-?.tlng of tho Lyceum of Natural History
last v.? ek, Dr. ?.'lurke lectured on "Protoplasm."
Dr. Peck lectures before the same body this week.
He Is now engaged on a work on "Micro-organ?
isms." which !_ the result of observation!, collected
by Nathan It Harrington. '93, on the Columbia
University expedition to Puget Sound. The work
Will bo issued by the New-York Academy of
At ttift annual meeting of the Rerkshlre His?
torical Society, at PlttBburg last week. Professor
Perry r?-a?l a papar on the late Dr. John Leland
Miller, of Sheffield. '
The follow!:.',' ministers will preach at the chapel
th? remaining Sundays of th? term: Th?? Rev. Dr.
Barton, of Rr,?ton, May 1?*,; the Rev, John H. D?ni
Bon. '90. of New-York. May 2-?; the Rf.-v. Dr. la Will.
of Troy. June 6. anil the I{??v. Samuel V. V. Holmes,
'83. of Buffalo, June U. Dr. ?'.?rter will ?JJeUrer the
baccalaureate sermon at tho Congregational Church
on June 20.
South Rethlehom, Penn., May 16?Th?* Juniors
and seniora in the department of civil engineering
wer? at Niagara Falls during tho latter part of
last weak, and at the same time tho s'-nlor elec
trlcals were in New-York, all on visits of inspec?
Huab Beaver, the Y. M. C. A. colleae secretary
of Pennsylvania, lect'ired here on Friday evening.
President Drown was the guest of the Lehlgh
Unlverelty Club of Northeastern Pennsylvania at
Its annual dinner, held at WUfceabaiTS on Friday
The Committee on Grounds has about finished the
plans f.?r the repairing of the athletic field, and
work -.por. It Will begin at once. When completed,
Lehlrth will hav?, one of the best fields la Pt-nnsyl
President Farwell of the Junior class has ap?
pointed the following Junior Hop ?'ommlttee: T. R
Wood. ?Challes H. Warren. D W. Roper. II. K.
Brown. P. D. Edmonston and 13. D. Hlllmun.
H_m!!t.,n, N. Y , May 16?"The Salmagundi"
Board for the class of '99 consists of L. E. Bird,
edltor-ln-r-hlef; 8. R. Treat, business manager; W.
W. Hullock, C. H. Oliver and C. K. WuPers, as
so<'-late editora.
Commencement speakers from the senior class of
tho college were annoum-ed Tuesday, May 11. They
are L. Jay Caldwel), Nelson Leonard Col? man,
Francis Wayland Go-ddard, Henry David ?.ray,
Olea Arnold Grove, Edgar Shugert Ingrahiim
Clarence ?Darwin KlnKsl-?y, Robert Oillln Seymour.
Jr.. Kencall Pro? tor Smith ami Howell Roland
AV? cd. Th?- honor men are Ooddard Grav In
graham, Klngsley and Smith. Th?- classical men
elialble t-. Phi Reta Kappa are Ooddard, Ingraham
ai '1 Bmith. Commence i,?nt will occur on June 17
When th" ten rr.en named above will deliver orutlon
ln competition for the Lewis prl-e of %&).
T:?" sut a ???.-??ful candida taB for places on the new
"Madlsonensls" Hoard were published last Tuesday.
They nre: Prom the Junior cIbss, Theodore p
Brookii!-.. alternate, Prederlck Pird Jones. From
tho sophomor.? claaa, Louia H Watklns who will
ha editor-in-chief in hla senior year; Wulter C.
Mason, to be business manager In senior year, nnd
Cornelius E. Bchalble; alternates Chnrles E. Wol?
ter*. Manford M. Jenkins and John D. W. Chaster.
Practice for the college field meet Is earnest iui'1
hard, and prospects for rco<1 men .11 every contes!
are encouniuing. The r?'lay team which Colgate
will send to I'ttca en Jun<> ? will be the fnst<*st
this college has ever had. In the weights, Bacon,
Briggs and Por?i are setting into good form; which
Is the best man cannot yet be told, but they SfS
counted on by Colga;e men BB sure nolnt Winners
Cambridge, Mass., May M Pnder the IttSfrfcefl
of Harvard Ooologtoal Conference Society, Bleu
tenant Penry. tho Arctl? explorer. ?1? llvercd (in In?
teresting lecture on Greenland, the Arctic Wand
continent, last Tuesday. H,. Illustr?t,?d th.? lecture
by stereoptieon views of photographs that he him?
self took on hi? last trip.
Several Harvard Students contemplate a trip to
the north. The trip win probably be a geological
o?,?? in Qreenland, then passing from the northern?
most point of this Island thrciKh th?- open sea.
The faculty has ,leclili-il 1?. permit the seniors to
hold their ?lane?- on VVednesday ?venin?:, .?une ?!.
tb" nixiit before cinss day, Tin- ?lass Pay Com?
mittee will manage tin? business part of the dance,
but. on ai'oount of their Other work, they have ap?
pointe?! the following committee to lake charge ?>f
th?? social arran-.-eiiir.nts: H. il Stevenson, jr..
chairman; M. B. ston?'. C. D Drew. 11. W, Howe,
A. ieott, F. A. Burllngame an.I W. R. Mansfield.
The first s.-ven of the signet from NTwere elected
in tin- foliowiiKf order: .1. P. Brice, of Ohio; .1. W.
Parley, of Cambridge; P. de K. ?li'd.-r. of New-York
City; H. James, M, of Cambridge; \V. H. Conroy,
of Philadelphia: H. c. Haseltine, of Rome. Italy,
ainl J. P. Curtis, of Boston.
The first ten of the Institute of 177?1 from '08 have
been tiiken out in the following order: Nicholas
Blddle, of New York; Herber: H. Fisk?*. cf Cam?
bridge; ?\aron Davis, of Niihant; K. Heard, <?:' Bos?
ton; ?-'. L. Forbes, of Boston; W. Phillips, of Bos
ton; F. L. Hlgglnaon, of Boston; C. D. Draper, of
New-York; J. I?. Baltonstall, of Boston, and \V. A.
M. Burden, of New-Vork.
At a nieetlntr of the Cercle Fran?ais the f.illnw
ing aflcers were elected: .1. H. Hyde, ':?8, president;
B. R. Kobinson, 18, vice-president; R. L. Hoguet
'9!?, sot'ielsiy.
The first socl.il meeting of the sophomore class as
a class was In the form of n dinner last Tuesday.
W. H. Conroy, of Philadelphia answered to the
toast of "The Class" B. II. Dibbles spoko wittily
of the boat races and English stroke, p. ij. Csrie
ton, of Lawrence, urgeri a more widespread Interest
In debiting: J. F Brice read th?' poem; I. P. Per
kln.-> spoke on "Rowing," Percy Haughton on "Mas ?
bnll" and R. de K. <?:<!.t on "The Press." p. M.
Jaffray was toasttnaster.
Providence. May 10.?The members of the Junior
class who are to OOMfdtMS the Caminar?an flub
for the coming year iMve Jus? been chosen as fol?
lows: A. A. Barrow.-?, D. L. Faits, J. A. Gammons.
G. A. Gaskl'l. W. P. Qreon?, A. M. Greenwood, W.
T. Grlnnell, R. R. Hunter, Willi am Laudar, D. P.
O'Rrlen. W. J. Scribner. W. A. Slad*. Jose.ih Tay?
lor, R. D. Whiting and J. M. Williams.
Officers of the Bishop leabury Association have
been ele??ted as follow?: Pr. sirlent, Thomas B,
Stoere, 'US: vice-president. Walter A. Brlt-rns. '00;
secretary and treasurer. A. R. Thatcher. '??0; li?
brarian, Pdward K. Thompson, '!?'.).
At a meeting of the co-operative refectory hold
last week a dlvlderd was declared, and J. S. Allen,
"Ml was elected treasurer In place of C. II. Ling?
ham, resigned.
At a meeting of tho Brown Yacht Club last weeh
It was decided to hoi.l a retraita on Narragansetl
Bay on June IS, atxl a repntta committee was ap?
pointed, conslstina of Commodore Kusst n Qrlnnell,
V7: I. B. Merrlman. !?7. and H. H. I'tlev. 'VI,
Th.. Bowling Association has elected officers as
follows: President, ?i. K. Walker, '!?>?. vic-presld'nt,
H. H. Kennedy, i?7; secretary, C. C. White, "".
manager and treasurer, 11. V. Hasletin*i, '88; cap?
tain. J. Ralph Wellman. 'i?s.
The election of the Boar.l of Directors of the
athletic association for the coming year resulted as
follows: Prom the alumni II. H. Weeks. 'S3, for
three years, William Qammell, '78, for two years;
If. S. Fanning. 'l?l, for on?' y?-ar. From tho Junior
class-C. H. George, M, and W. T. QrinnelL jr..
From the sophomore class ?I. <'. H.athaw.ay. From'
the freshman Class?N, A. Tufts.
The annual field day took place on Wednesday
last. The winners were as follows: 100-yard .la^h.
D. F- O'Brien. '!>"?.; half-mile run, It. P. Hanson.
'?xj: 120-vard hurdle. J. F. O'Gara. '00; mile run, A.
JL. Wright. '(X?; shot put, J. P. Coombs, 'l?7; 220-yard
hurdle, R. K. Barker. '96; ?MO-yard dnsh. W. I.
Gunn, tS; pole vault, c. H. Guild, jr.. '99; hammer
thro w, Coombs, '1?7: two-mil?' run, U'ritht. in?: 220
yard dash, O'Brien.' t3_; running broad jump,
O'Brien, 'i|S; running hiKh jump. s. s. Lapham, jr.,
UK. The banner offered by the student? of the
Women's college to the class wlnnlns the most
point.? was awarded to 'i?s. A. L. Wright made :he
mil? run In 10:04 8-5, breaking the Worcestei record,
A vear's leave of absence has been ?rrant.'d to Dr.
John II Manly, professor of th<? English language.
He will sail for Europe early In ihe summer, coing
first to Dublin. During his absence courses similar
to thos? usually given by him will be offered by
other Instru? tors of the English department.
Syracuae, N. Y., May 1?.?For the third time this
semester a family In the faculty has been called
to mourn the loss of one of Itfl members, "n T n B
day last occurred the BUddea death of Mrs. John
O. Bentley, the daughter of Dr. Eugene HsaneL
Tho fact that Mrs. Bentley had been married only
a f??w week.? mak'-s the bereavement especially sail.
Professor Berwald will give a piano recital on
Monday evening, and on Thursday evening Clnr
SDOe Eddy Is to ?five an organ recital, both to ha in
CrOUM ?'ollege Music Hall.
Tho student body la well pleased with tho Bhow?
Ins: made i.v the track team against Cornell las)
Saturday. They scarcely expected tt to ?w. Lewis
took a second In one hurdle ajld a third in the Other.
It was ? disappointment to see Neville allow him?
self to be outgeneralled In the half-mile. Whlttl
more anil Lee rolleil no a good number of points,
the former taking If. and the latter It At least three
of the records will stund comparison with anv of
the reeoris made this aprlng in any of tho c-.;lego
meets. They are the I?*? yards in la seconds, and the
broad Jump at 22 feet 1 Inch, both by Whlttlmore,
and the ?HO yards, by Lee, In M 2-5 seconds.
?cheneetady, N. Y., May !?'>.?Profesnor Ashmore,
tho head of the Latin department, who spent last
year In Italy and Or?OO, delivered an Illustrated
lecture on "Rum*" on Thursday svanfng,
The management of the athletic association has
secured John Cosgrove, of Albany, to coach the
team throughout the teason. The coach la well
known in athletic circles.
Several changes have been made on the baseball
team during the last week. The team played the.
Cuban Giants at Johnstown, N. T., on Priday, and
on Saturday met Rutgers at Albany.
Great Interest 1h shown In tho class baseball
teams. At a meeting on Thursday the following
schedule of sames In the Starin Cup series v-.-a.'i
adopted; May 17, Juniors vs. sophomores: Mr.v ?__.
seniors vs. Juniors: May '_,"?., Junior:) vs. freshmen;
May 30, seniors vs. sophomores; Juno 1. sophomores
vs. "freshmen.
The faculty has pele?te?) the ten honor men from
the senior class an follows: Pitson J. Cleaver, ? ;.
gineer; Edgar R. Cummtnga, classical: Howard R.
Furbeck, classical: Ira Hotailng, classical; William
A. Johnson, classical; Abo! Merchant, Jr., classi?
cal; Glenn M. Sohofleid. sanitary engineer; Stephen
K. Sloeum, engineer: Dann L. Wood, sanitary en?
gineer, and Arthur Wlnn, classical.
,- 4.
Aurora. N. Y., May 16.-Monday evening. May 3.
the Ph?i*nlx Llterarum Soci?t?s held its annual
open m?-etlng In Phrnnix Hall. The roll-call was re?
sponded to by quotations from Shakespeare on
music The essays of the evening wars as follows:
"Shakespeare's Clowns," Miss Clark, II; "Songs In
Shakespeare " Misa Porter, il; "Shakespeare's
Heroines of the Later Comedies." Miss Baker, 'Ml
A business meeting of the Y. W. C. A. was held
Wednesday, May 12, for the purpose of electing offi?
cers for the ensuing year. Miss Louis.? C. Camp?
bell, '!?>>, was c.'iosen president; Miss Gertrud? Kirk,
"H, vice-president; Miss Mary JohntOO, to, corre?
sponding secretary; Miss Nlm Polvillo, '?X?, r? cord?
ing secretary: Miss Mary Fliehen. '(?O. treasurer.
A piano recital was given Thursday e\?,'ning by
Miss Edith A. Fills. Instructor In vocal music, In
honor of '97. Several new courses which do not
appear In the catalogue will be offered next year in
Kngllsh literature. Latin and physics; the latter In?
cludes labora: ry work in heat and light.
With the spring term The interest in athletics has
returned. The baBket-hall t'-am.i have bren re?
organized and regular out-of-door practice has been
begun. It Is hoped ?hat ihe new court hack of th?
coKege will be in good condition for the match game
to be given commencement WSSk.
Northampton, May M?The Alpha Society had a
meeting Saturday night, at which Ethel Sears Gil
man, '1*9. was admitted to the society.
MhM Moffett. of Oklahoma. Bddrusasd the Mis?
sionary Society Sun lay Bight
Barrett Wendell spoke Monday night on "Shake?
speare's Tragedies." Ho was the Speaker for the
fund given to the college by Dr. Furness. either
to provide s le<?turer on some Shakespearian sub?
ject or as a prlzy for the bSSt BSSSg written by a
member of the Junior class on some klndre.l ttMBM.
The prize wa? not awarded this year.
Miss Hut.bard, of the literature department, gave
a ri'ception on Tuesday for those sent >rs who nave
devoted themselves to BngUab literature duritiK
their course.
The promenade held annually by th- iunlor class
v.h> giver, in tiie gymnasium Wednesday. Owlns
to the eseeestve number? .?f the preceding years
the number <'f guests eras limited t.? the memben
of the Junior class and b small pan of the senior
(JSH, The d'-'-oratlon was. ?1? usual, <|r,?,, |,y the
?ophomores, in gr?-.-n and the class color, ?swing
to tin- violent storm the open-air oonceri by th?
Glee Club wa* given up.
The cast for the senior dramatics ha:? i eon an?
nounced tis follow?: Shyloi k, Nor.i Gertrude Dyer;
Baaunlo, Ruth Gray Brown: Antonio, Plorrnce
May Whiting. Gratlano, Ann?? Ide Barrows; l?-i
rei.zo. Laura Josephine ualacar: Launcsloi Oohbo,
Harriet Morris; Old Qobbo, Oenevleve 11
Jessb-a, Clara Hunt Phillips, Nerlssa, ?Srii-.- Mar?
ten Kelley, and Portia, Alice Lincoln Oales. Ths
relxMii'snl? at tlie o)i?-r:i house hnv- airei,,|y i.eKui.,
aijrl will be carried on constantly In connection
alth those in the gymnasium, until June ID. wntti
the first performance of "The Merchant of Venice"
by the senior class of Smith College will bo given.
New-Hnven. Conn.. May M -The most Interesting
BthletlC occurrence, of the year thus far took placo
on Saturday !n the shape of th? dual athletp games
with Harvard. This was the first athletic contest
bet wean lbs two universities since the misumier
Btandlng of tiro years ago. Th? result was a sur?
pris.'. It was the old story of ?pe?'.ly and unex
?,e. ?.al ?lev, lopment of poor material Into a winning
team The cames throughout were marked by the
frtendlleal of faoHngi between the two bbIistbIUbs,
The Tals Union has slSCtSd its officers f?>r the
first term of next year as follows: I'r. silent,
Hiram Blngham, Jr., II; vice-president. ?'. I_
Darllngton. ".".<; secretary, P. II. Holme, "?!?; treas?
urer, J. K. (lark, 'W; Pxe-utlve Committee, R. E.
Hume, ''..?: H. W Pish, r, ".?'i. and P. T. Noble. '?.
The officers of the Sheffield I'elm ting Club hive
bass ehOSSn a:? follows: President, ?>. H. Powell,
M, S: I i ?? .--pre -?dent. J. If. R.at terfleM, '!??. S. ;
Secretary, I?. T. Stone, ft, S ; trensurer, s. F.
?hattuck, Ig S: Baecutlve committee. A K
Alford, "Si, I . and K. D. Pouch. 'S'-. S.
The annual Phi Peta Kappa banquet was held
on May M at th?> New-Haven House. At this ban
?piet the T?S men who held the raqutrod sianrl In
tt holarshlp w?-re admitted to membership. The
tonstmaster was W, 1?. Makepeace, T?7, nn?l nfter
the wel. oining toast and the responso to It.
speeches arera made on "Phi Beta KHppa." "Chi
Delta Theta," "Sigma XI," "Kappa Beta Phi" and
"Vai ? Tradition.*'
At a meeting hell last Tuesday George G.-bner
Schreiber, :??., uni Bidney RoMnsoa Kennedy, IS,
wer* elected leaden for the coming year of the
University (.lea and Banjo dubs, respectively.
lieutenant ivarv's lectors <>n "Arctic P.xpAdl
tlons" was listened to by a large audlencs of stu
denis on Wednesday evening. Several men have
algnlfled their Intention u.' accompanying bhn on his
tnp to an ? iiiaiii this summer.
Tha programme for commencement weak ha.?
been announcad as follows: Sunday. Jons -"7 -
Baccalaureate sermon. .Monday, Jut,.- ;*? .'lass day
exercises, clssa oration ami poem in Battell Chapel
in morning: in afternoon, reading of class histories
on the campus; In the evening, planting o: .-lass
Ivy and senior promenade; Law School anniversary.
Tuesday, June :".? Anniversary meeting of alumni:
annlversarj of the Medical ?School; rale-Harvard
baseball game at the field: in the, evening, tho
Olee ' lab cono 11. followed by the senior german In
Alumni ?fall. \\ ? lues.I.i.v. .lune JO?Commencement,
The work of the University crew has shown a
marked Improvement this week. "Mob" fool, has
been with the neu .-wry day, and will remain
with tin- .-r.-'.v um.I the race. The 'varsity Bre
now beating ihe freahmen on stretches of a mile
or so as regularly as they mel defeat in these same
brushes a month ago On Wednesday the mile
? was covered in less than five minutes, with
the i- os ati ike The only change this week has
been tin? aubstltutlon of Mills for Qreenway at
No. I, Qreenway being laid off for a rest. The
worsl danger to the crew at present Is tho possi
blllty of overtraining. The weicht? of th?' men
are away down, and with Qreenway and Rogers
both OUI o:' sorts within a week of each other for
no apparent reason It is thought by some that the
ere- ?s already overtrained. The order of rowing
Is as follows; Stroke. Langford: 7, ?Jrlswoid: ?;.
Allen; :., Captain Bailey: 4. Mills; 3. Campbell;
2, Whitney, and bow, Holers. Marsh and Or.enway
are siso .it training table.
Th?' entering of an eight In the Harlem Reiratta
?n. I" ?oration Day has become a certainty, and the
men are rowing together erery day, The crew will
not in any way represent ihe University, nor will
It have any connection with the Yale Kavy. The
f.roje.-t, however, has the sanction and substantial
support of the. university management. The order
o:' ihe p.,at is as follows: Stroke. Hewitt: 7. Mnrsh;
t, Parkhurst: '. Captain Patterson; 4. Blocovich;
s, Mills; 2, Hitchcock, and bow, McLaucblan. T. I?.
Chirks is coxswain.
Philadelphia. May 11. Th?* chief Incident of the
week was tho opening of th? Flower Observatory
on WadlWSday. Pxerc'se? wer? held In the open air.
The observatory In tho outurowth of a baqilSSt made
by the late Ita-cse Wall Plower. Tho gift comprises
a tract of land of about one hun?lred acres In th?
on-et of a blU in Delaware County, on the West
?'bester Turnpike,
Two COntrlbutl ma of |HI each for Improvements
In tho department of civil engineering have recently
be.-n made, by two friends of the University. The
Sum Will i.?* used mainly for the purchaso of nddl
tiona? apparatna for the testing laboratory.
The biologies] ?lepartment haa Just received a
collection of alligator and crocodile. e?r>r? from the
Florida Everglades, the gift of Lieutenant WU
loughby, of the r. k. a.
The seventh annu-tl r?"inlon of the class of to, col?
lege, was bald a: W.Thlncton Park on Saturday
evening. Speeches were mad?* by Josiah H. ?Pan?
nlm-in, J. \V,irren CoulstOO, Jr., and Lewis Auden
During the week about thirty members of the
Pennsylvania Legislature paid their biennial visit
to the buildings nn?l campus of the Pniversity for
the porpoaa of seeing what recent advancement has
bean Buda. Tn?*y were highly gratified with th?;
new dormitories.
Th? Biological Pleld Club met on Friday e\?,iing
for thtj last, time this year, and piper? were read by
I?r. A. P. Kr??)', Or. MacParlana and Messrs. L#:
BOUtllller, Welsh and Olthens.
The departmeni of archaeology has received a
nu'niier of donations from Caleb Milne, Including a
number of weapons used In the re-ent Chlno-Japa
in s ? War.
Tho P..:v. Dr. Henry C, KcCook. one of the, chap?
lain? of the Fnlverslty for the last two year??, MU
retired fr un that position.
On Monday evenlntr l'rnfe??.nr George, K. Bak?r
gave a dinner to Professor Simon Wwcomh, the
a large number of student? bava si?nifie?i their in?
tention i<f attending th?- World's Student conf?-renc?
at Northileld, Mass., this summer, from Juno 24 to
July 4.
Tho various classes will hold reunions on alumni
?Say, June s.
the following have been elected officers of th*
Graduate Club fur next rear: President. P. Pills
Bhaubel: vice-president, Flcminp Jame?; treasurer,
Mr st des berry: secretary, M Qrovener.
Th? Phtlomathean Si-clety defeated the Zelisphle
Society in ti?e third annual debate Thursday .?venlnK
on th?- question whether the Pnite-1 States should
recognise the beiiiceren.v nf the Cuban ins?ir?rents.
At the meetins ?if the class of tl on Wednesday
officer? wre elected aa follows; Pr?sider?, Reming?
ton; vice-president. Dibblf se-r?tary, Bell: treas?
urer, UcGrath: recorder, Blmton.
Hartford, May M.?Trinity held her annual field
meet a* ?'nnrter Oak Park on Saturday, May 8.
Tho track was soft, nnrl so the runs and sprints
were for the most part rather slow. Th? college
record In th?? two-nill??, however, was broker, by
*>V. C. White, 'i?7. who kn??ck?-?l nearly twenty sec?
onds off the heal previous time. In th?? field ?-vents
F. C. Ingalia, 'W. broke th? old college record for
tho hammex throw with 107 feet and over. Liter
he ma?l?' a sper-lal throw for a record nn?l Increased
th?? distance to no f?-?t ui Inchaa i. K. Baxter,
'!?, who Is temporarily absent from college, was
greatly missed in several of the contests. He will
probably be back In timo to take part In the
\Vorcenter gamea
The dual track mer-t between Wr-sleyan and
Trinity will probably not take place this year.
Th? bnseMU picture was taken last Saturday.
The following men were included: Braves '0$
(captain): Cartwright, M (mansger); Langford,
"*#7; Qrinnej, '97: Plynn. '.?7: vV'oodle, 's*,S: Balen, *?;
Cole "18; waterman, 'l'1?: Austin, '98: Sutton, '&!?;
Davis, '!/?; Vlbbert, 'W; Bonn, '99, and ??lazobrook,
Captain Sr.irks. of the track team, will shortly
h..l?i trials end pick those ?>'? bis men who ur? to
compete st Worcester on May Si
On account of the rain last weak tho scheduled
games with Williams and Amherst could not be
The next Trinity german come? on Mondav.
Mav 17 The lenders are Lloyd Gllson Reynolds,
?a?, and Philip Cook, 1H
Ths Tennis Association haa rfrcently cleared it?
self '.f debt iitnl so will com? Into possession of
the 1100 offered by Samuel Ferguson. '%. under the
condition thai the a- - lation should first be frea
from all in imbranosa
poughkeepnie. ft. T., May 1? -The Students* Afl
eociatkm, an organlaailon for seif._ovornment. in
i hiding tha entlro body of students, has elected
for the coming year Ph.-be Hatfleld, preshlent;
Fanny Bordin. vl. ?-president, and Antolnetta
Bpraguo, secretary and treasurer.
May II was th-* third field day In the annals of
the Vaaaar College Athletic Aaeoctatlon, The pro
gramme Included a variety of contests ami racea,
and match g.itn?'s in basket-ball for tha ?lass cham*
An Intellectual cont.at took place Friday Waning
in the form of aa open debate between T, and m
un.) gui viv?-. tha debating ciui.? -,f '?,7 nnfj ??,s.
The BUbJaet for d.bate wa- "RaOOlved, That the
extension of ttmdaa-imlonla? In tha United Btatea
is liarmful to all clSBMS." The Speakers for tin!
afflrmatlve were Edna Moffett, Ri?las Bllery and
B.a.-hel Icbaoffler, of '??7, f.?r Id.' nrr.itlve, All-c
Rauffman, (?aura Rica and Helen Davis, ?.f ".?
Tha jallt??. It P. Wilkinson Bud l'r-.fe??.,rs I'r. n h
and Moulton, decided In fM-.-??r of th?' iilllrinatlv.?
with regard to both substance and f.,rm.
M:.-s Katharine B. Davla, head iroraer of the
Philadelphia ?'.iII?k?' Settlement gave 1 talk Fri?
day about the espertenca ol the Philadelphia Set
tlement in Its efforts t?i reform municipal sleciloni
'I'll?- annual Junior party .it which the Juniors
entertain Ihe aenl is, t.ek the form *'.>- year of a
boat ride on me Hudson Saturday evening,
'I'l'" pi.hers to the rollegi spimlnteil for Mai
are Thomai R. Slier, of iiu'f.ilo. ii?- :.i<-m will
lam f. .?-lo.aim, i.f Colorado College, and the Rgv.
1 ?r. Winchester I>onnl?i. of Boston, ?"resident Tay?
lor v III preach tha baren In u reate cerinon. in usual
The annual repori <?f th.? librarian showa an In?
ri ? In Ihe library during t ia real ?.f IAEA vol
"T**~ *"? th< ? BB won gifla. Tha m i _? .-?i duns
tlona have come from the class of '71, Mra. El
heth Jordan I'lmock. Charles H. Senff. Silas
dell and tho Vaaaar Alumnae Historical AsiO
Princeton, N. J.. May lfl.-Last week at Prli
ton was nn unnsunlly busy one. In addition
roveral ordinary athletic contests which brou
many visitors to town, on Friday, Saturday
Sunday the place was full to overflowing v
alumni and guests of the students, who came to
tend the annual senior dance on Friday night,
championship baseball game between Harvard ;
Princeton on Saturday, and the play of the
angle Club on Bnturdny night. Senior singing
the steps of Old North attracted a irrent thro
the front cnmpus having mueh the appearance
commencement week. The senior dance was
of the most miccesr-rul balls ever given at Prln
The winning of the annual debate with Yale I
sour.-e of (Treat gratifica tlon to Princeton men. I
debating has receive?! a ftreat boom thereby. I'b
are already being discussed for next year's ei
teats, and every effort will be made to turn ou
winning team. Sterling. "37. the leader of
Prln-eton team In the recent debate, Is the o
prominent debater who will be graduated this ye
Profeasor Charles Augustus Young, the a-uro
mer, addressed the Phlladelphlan Society at
Weekly meetln?. on the subject of the rela-.loa
sc|.Mi"e to ?iod and the Christian religion.
A meeting of the Sophomore Dance < ommlt
was held on Wednesday ?venin? for the purpose
msking final arrangements for ?he annual sop
in..re reception for the member? of th.? K??n?luntl
?l.-iss. The re.eotlop will he held In the ?nslno
?he evening of Jane IB. _,
At a me.'tlng of 'he Klsklmlnetas Club. D
Altland, "M, was elected president for the ensui
year; J. F. Wilson, '?*?. was efcoson rlca-pr****lde
ami B. l.amson. ?<*??. secretary anil treasurer. H.
Ewer, 'f*0, wa? elected a member of the EXOCUtl
Committee. The club decided to hold its usual I
nual I'Htirpiet at the Inn. In honor of entering me
hers of the club.
The Southern New-York <"lub has been reorgti
lz.,1. wit!) K. A. IfcAlpIn, 'Ft, BB president; .1.
Rlnney, ''?r?, <rl?t*e-presldent; ?1. A. Armstrong.
secretary, and N. D Belknap, ???. treasurer.
Howard ?'roshy Butler, tt, University leetui
In Brchreologv, has h?-"n appointe?; a telle** of t
American School of Classical Studies at Bom? !
the coming vear. Mr. Butler will ?tart for It?
In .lune. The director of th? school for the coi
Ing year will be professor C. L Smith, of H
var?l. und Professor ftlehard Norton, of Br
Mawr, will be in charpe of the department
ari-hreoloRV. The members of the school have b"
prevented from visiting Greece this year on a
count of tho war.
Middletown, Conn.. May 11 ?The Junior socle
"Corps? ond Coffin" has elected Its new men fr?"
the sophomore class. The men are N. f.. Hockor?
??\ i'. Sar-rent, C. R. Smith, ?V H. Spencer. .1.
Tsekaberry, J M Townsend and O. K. Yale.
The Middletown Scientific Association held I
monthly session last Tuesday evening In the low
chapel. Professor COM gave a short prellmlna
discussion of th? new' antidote for all polsono
snake bites ahi'li was lately discovered by Paste
In his laboratory In Paris. ?Following this tl
chief paper of the evening was given by Profess
Men III on "The Story of the Roman Forum."
Tho freshman class has appointed Its corv.mltt
for tho banquet which follows Immediately aft
the last examination. The men are N'lvlson. chai
man; Dougiasa, Treat, Hurlbiit ami Ph'lp?. Hu
lei?h and Taylor ware appointe?! as th? Commit!
on ? lass Photography.
The athletic i?am?-s between Trinity and Wesley:
win not be ?eld this year, and the proposed tenn
tournament with Trinity has also been given ?i
bul agreements are under consid?rai Ion tor hoi'
Ing the latter n?'vt fall.
Baseball enthusiasm has receive.1 a damper fro
the result of the last three irumes amiinst I.a fa
ette, Yale an.l Manhattan. An unusual amount i
po..r team \v.,rk. tlelrllnc errorr, and poor eoachlr
has b<'?'ii manifest The team has been erlppl?
for pitchers, It is true, Davis ha?. ?iik to go into tt
box from third against Lafayette, ami B. Smith,
freshman, who put on a suit for the purpos
BgalU?t Manhattan. But this Is only partly n
sponslhle Tha Takt game was a disgrace to tl
team and has necessitated another shake-U]
Guernsey ?to,? to stiort from second, wuson to set
ond from rieht field, leaving Rockwell, Andrew
and Jester fur light and centre.
The departnvnt of so!-?nee l?>sues a propramm
f?>r IM7-*M, Which In Its s?'he?lule of ext?'nslon cla;?sc
shows thnt no fewer than six courses aro oftVro
to out?t?le people. This Is considerably In exroyn <
the cours?* formerly given. The additions hav
been made to meet a demand from teachers, ? s i ?. '
dally thoso of Ktanimar grades, throughout th
New-York district. Tho ?ltpartment of science 1
COOdttCted by John F. Woodhull, professor of pbysi
cal ?elenco, physics and chemistry; Richard I
Poilue, profes-or of earth science geography an
gBOlOgy, and Pran?-ls K. Llogd, the newly appointe.
profeaaor of hlolo-Pal science ?botany, zoology am
physiology. Tha ? (tension obsseg will bo conduct
ed by these profesooca
On Saturday, May :*?. the third an mal cenfer??ne
On manual training will be h??lr1 President Herv-e;
win n-.iike the Introductory address at n a. m.. am
will be followed by < "bar?es B ?Plber?. Bupeftn
t?'iiden? of i'itv Si-hor.ls of Newark, N. J.. who wll
M? ik on "M.-muai Training in the Public Schools,'
whi- ,i la th?- general t?.pic of th?? conference. Pro
f. *?.?r Bennett, of Teacher?' College, invites ills
cission of certain propositions eon? .-rntnn; menus
training for grammar grades, which are th? out
c- me of an effort recently made in ono r,f tin
classes (it Tea. hers' Colleee to formulate principle
which should govern manual training work In pub
lie school?, in the belief that discussion of thee?
definite statements will bo of practical use to teach
ers. they ana printed in the pr??Kiamm?- sent out. Ii
orr'er that all Interested may come prepared to taki
part In the discussion. Among tho?-e who aro tl
particip?t., arc pr. James C. Ilaney, supervisor 01
manual training In New-York ?'It- , <;.,.rKe B. ICI!
bon. principal of the Manual Trntninsr S'-hool
Sprlnsrfleld. Mass ; Charles | ?. Parkin, principal o:
the Manual Training Hlcrh Seiy, ,| In Brooklyn, an,.
Thomas W. Mather, principal of the I'onrdmaj
Manual Training School. New-Haven. Conn.
An Important conference of professors of Engllsr
In colleges and universities nnd representatives oi
prominent hlcrh s-hools and acn?lemles will be hek
at the Fnlver.dty on Monday, May 35. and the fol?
lowing day. Tha principal object of th? conferon??
wlll be th" consideration of the working of the sys?
tem of entrance examinations In English adopted
Ihre? years ago, find tho selection of books for the
examinations of the years 1SXYI and ISM. It Is ex?
pected thnt committees will be present representing
the National Ten chers' Association and othei
prominent bodies, and the whole BUbJerjt of the en?
trance examinations will be considered. The mem?
ber? of th?? conference will be Professor P. II.
Btoddard, of New-York Pntversltv; Professor ?I R
?'arpenter, of Columbia University; Wilson Par
rand, of Newark Academy! Professor I '. T. Win?
chester, of Wesieyan University; Professor Albert
S. <"ook. of Yale; Professor P. B. R Briggs, of Har?
vard; Prank A. Hill, Boston, Mass.; 8. A. Thurber
Roxhury. Mass.; Professor II. A. Jordan, Smith
College; Pr .fessor Pre,] N Scott. Michigan Cnl
rerslty; ?'. N. Prend?. Hyrle park High School; W
w. Creasy, oberlin College; Professor w. If, Baa
kervlll, Vnnderbllt University; Professor J. B. H?'n
neman. I"niver?lty of Tennessee, and Professor Ed.
win Minis. Ithaca, N. Y.
Dr. Roper, who will assume the chair of dog?
matic theology next year, was present at the sem?
inary on Saturday to hold an all-day retmat f.?r
the seniors. l>r. Walter Q, Mitchell resumed his
course of lectures on "Church History" on Friday
Tho local OFsembly of the Brotherhood of St An
dr?'w met at the seminan on Friday evening and
was er|?lresse,l by the Rev. pr. Huntington' and
Silas IfcBee, th- new Editor of "The Churchman "
The Students' Missionary Society was addressed
on Wednesday evening In Sherrcd Hal! by the Rev
Lewis Thomas Wattson, of the Omaha Associ?t?'
At the regular meeting of the Undergraduato
Association on Thurs'lay afternoon the following
ollb-ers were elected for the coming year: Provi?
dent, Miss Clara Da Llssa Berg, '98; vlee-prps|(]rrlt
Miss Louise Puller He Hart, '9S; ?ecretnry, Mise
Alice Hoffman. '90; treasurer. Miss Plorenco Llp
plt.cott. II; Executive Committee, Miss Susan Isa?
bella Myera '9S; Miss Estello Demarest '99 and
MIS? Helen Cola, '00.
Barnar?! College Chapter ct 'he Coll?e-?, Settle?
ment? Association met on Pridny afternoon. Mlaa
Plia Bo??'|le I.athrop, '98, was elected secretary for
tin? coming year.
The regular monthly tea of the Cndergrad
uate Association, which should have boon held on
?Friday afternoon, was omitted owing to the ex?
aminations The latter began on Saturday und will
continue until May 29.
The ?enlor class announce? that class day this
year will be June 2, a week before commencement
Th? Junior ?-lass ha? arranged for a sail to the At?
lantic Highlands early in June.
NORMAL college.
Commissioner W. II. Hurlbiit. of the Board of
lain? atlon. has been appointed to nil tho vaennoy
In the Executive <'..r..nilt t. ?? caused by the death of
< '.itninlsslon? r William J. Van Arsdule
TIM annui'l spring reunion of the Associate
Alumine will Im held In the College chapel on Satur?
day uf.? rin.nn at 2 o', lo. I. The preliminary ?_tnto
nietit an?l tickets have Just been Issued Th?. full
programme win bo baaed next rrtday, but aaaoog
those already announced to tain part nr.? mi*??
Florence de la M. Bunco, who win read from the
?a.uks of Thorn is Bailey Aldllch; William A Box
Ian who win redte "The Charlo? Rac-" by Lew
Walla.?-, and Mis . Jeanne Paure will sing tin,I If MM
Mabel _ Phlppa win play h piano solo. Refreeh
in.nt? win b- served in the oollege eallstheneum
after th?- sserclaes
A gioup ?pl?tora of the entire s-ulor clue,?., num
^*--/ & HUDSON RIVER R. R.
StSO A. M. Kxopt ?iin?lny. Km;itr? BtSte Kxprr-??;
rastest ir?ln In the trOTM. Star* ?t Alliany. l tira.
Pyr-ir-n.se .--ni ItoeheaUr. JDu?* IliifTMl) 4:t.t p. m..
N.iiiiiri falla B-SB p. m. Thl? trtiln tu limite/1 M
It? ?eiiiinr enpieltv.
Oi.io a. M la'iv. rsst Mull for PrmftlkeeMle, Alh?ny.
t :ies, Bjrrscase, RAebester, iiutTaio. Niagara Pain.
lOiftO A. M. - Flxeopt Sundriy. Pay Kxpres?. Par oil Im
sertsat New-York Btste points.
IlOO I'. U.?Daily. SoiiMi-v.?.r?>rn l.lmlt'd. For ?"'.I :m
bue. i in.'innnti. Indianapolis sad Bt. Umto. s?r?pa
ai I' uahketpal?, All.any. titles, 3yrarn?e. R-.rr-.??
ter nri'l Rumio,
l:0<> i*. fg.?Daily. rhir?iro Pper-mi for n<*troit. ov?.
In-id. Toledo and Chlcajro, Sr..;.* ;,r Poaahkeapele,
Ah.ay. Bchenectsdr, t'tiea, Brrsttase, ip,.?h??ter
nn<l Uuffale.
BiSS P m ??;-.--pt Sunday. w??t r .int, i'ou?hue.p.i?.,
All.nny, "rroy,
4i.'?O I'. M.?Dalle, North Shor? Limited. Due Detroit
R:-0 a. m., ?'hierin:., 4-80 p. m. Htap? at AP.any.
l'tSea, .Svr-i-????..
flriM? f. M Dali-. fOr Alt.nnv. Trey, UttCS, A'llr?n
dack Mountains M n'reai Byrsctise, Buffalo. Ni
n-nra F,-i!:?. Cleveland, T .l??l ,, n??rr .lt. ?'hlearo.
?';?? inn.-itl. B?. Lnuie.
fil-."? P. M I ..-?Il v. Por Tny. n?irl'.n?;ten. Platf.b'ireh.
M atreei ?nd <?x?-ept Baturdsy nishti ?Dttawa.
fdO P. .M. -Dally. Far IlufTiii.. Nlicara Fall?. Ove
land, Indianapolis, st. Uoals, Cnlcsgo. stop? at
f -Bill --I'- '<?. Al. an?, und t'tl a.
O.'fM) p. m Daily, Carrie? Ble-?plig ?'ar psssangem
Only, f..:- [..ira.? . ,n Fall l?p.-lt Railway, via Let n?,
?mi for i: ?chuter.
SllS P. M. -Daily, yor Fvrsr-u??-. O.T.-?o. Wir.-t-.wn.
o-?ri^n??,,,,,. railTalo, Nia?".? Full? Oevelsnd, T*?>
1?"!.. Chicago; exeept Saturday, for ?,'ape Vinrent
and tie? Aiihiirn Road.
I2i1<> NI? HIT. Tlr-ntr? ?r.iln f?r <-)ilr?iro an?l prlnrlpal
p<-tnf? on X..-.V-Y'rk < 'entrai, cv.-ry nicht. ???-Apt
B inday niaht, Sunday nights, Hiiragi ileepsn
i"""'" n B:10 p. m. train.
StOT A M and .'tt.'tr. I' M Dally ex.-ept Sunday, to
I'lrr.fl?M. -.la Hnrlcni I?|vl?l??n.
SllS A M .--ina.-i?- only t., l?iii?fl?*M ant ?h? T>rk
shire Mill?, rls Hari-m Dtvlaion
"AH nicht" trains run ?detwees IMth-et. nn-l point? en
Putnam Dlvial a .,? f:.r .-,-? v-.nk*r?. in conne?efl<*a wl*h
th? Blevat?d H a.I. This I.? the only line running "ull
nicht' tra?na a* "f New-York,
Wagner Palace <'nrs rn al! thmii-rh train?.
Train? Illuminated with I'ln'seh [?iRht.
Ti'k?'H and Wagner onVea at Orand Crntral Biatlon,
113, fWl. lia Broadway: 81 Ka?t I4tii-?t.. r?i2 Mr <?aiw?v,
888 Oolumhua-av? ?ll Wtt I33th-?t., and l.T?rh-??. ?ta?
lion. Kew-Tork; BBS end Ttt felt n-?t. and Ks! Breed
?va;.-, K D., Bn klyn.
Bsnsge ehrrkrd from hot?i or maidaaes h y th? Wp?t
eott Frpresa fompany.
JOBS' M TOt'f**_T, OTWROI H. DAN'ini.S.
General Manager, fjentrai ri-'^n?or A????nt.
T'ir ni'?i tralBS leav? New-York, foot of 0.aml.?>r3 Jt
?. t-,,ii.,w? sad Bra mlnutra earlier frr.m \v??t ai-i-gt. ; '*
<i-<M. *>' M.?\>*>t'!'il?"l Kxpre?? .?ally for Waverly
Bi\_?hamton. Hmlra, Buffal?, llradford. Arriva Hu.ra;0
ii?fi* \t Parlor car to Herr?lo.
_iOO I' *!??Vostibu;??! I.i.nlt?*.! favt mall Dnllv, ?n;|,j
?, .-i far Chicago, via I'hauta'K-jiia I?,'il??. arrlvr?? Ctrf
?'?'.'.i 7-4" A. tt., ?'M'allia. B P, tt. Bleepei. t., ?.hle.ig?.
,1 nr.'l ?*ln"lr,nall. I'lninr; < ar.
T-"i? I" M.? BulfelO and ?'?-?v elanrl Vestibule! Expn-ra
i,?;.!' in'r.'.-a Bultslo fill A. M.. Bradford fill A .v..
l7mMt"wn ?*?'-"? A. M.. ?l-v^lanl 1:1.1 I*. It Pl-ep-rs to
ItulTalo ar.r'l Cleveland, tii.ikl-.^ ?ilr?rt cnnertlon? for Do
.'. ,. ,-t . _m ??..I t?i?. ?BTcat.
Ki-'l.*? !' ll._Via I'l'H.itaitriua Ijik? anrl Manara Fall?
Lui'y ?:;'-'1 XriUn *''' Cnleego. P;?*?*p"rs to tfonMllsvUle,
.- ras? na-1 Cincinnati. l'Iran-? <'nr.
T ?A-eomm<?datlona at ill. 111. Ml. 401 and BBT Hr??i
^,r 1"T Bowory IBB Rsat l2Btb-at an.! fll '.v?-?f 139th
?_ CtiamliT? and Wc?X 2.1.1 ?t. f?rrie?. New-Torfc: BH
nui l_fl Fuiton ?t . io?i Broadway. f!r--o?i:vn: y?x Hnl
Fnn-?t" II??bnk?n, an.l >r?"y ?*lty Pti'l-n. tV..?tr?^?t
Tr*-'??-e.'?i r-.it|? for an? .-h<"?ka baga/ire from hotel? ?nd
rv.lrlrn.'?? to rte.flratl-n.___________?_?_?
herlng 0.7), was taken on Tbtursday on the front
steps of tho college.
The !n?f recitations of tha eins?'*? were hel?1 on
Thursday. The seniors had their first examination
on Priday.
- ?
Many new courses of leeture? In the various
<l?'pririn!.-rits for the coming year w??r<* announcM
In the last week. Pro-Vssor Adolph?* Pohn, who
h:t?. hcen abroad on a year's leave of abaenos, will
lectura on the. history of literary criticism In
?Tranca. He rill airo gira a s,-- dal eovno on Span?
ish literature, an?I Profeaoor Sperunza will l?"tiir?>
on Italian literature. In the d.-partment of the
Romano? languages ?nd literatura?, Professor
Thomas will ?i.-vote the tlrst tenu to a discussion
of [.easing and the second to Qoethe. Professor
Jackson's ,?o?irs<? will he on tho Vo-lle p?rlo?i and
also on comparatlv? Iranian grammar, Professor
Prince will give a course on tho m?rita of the
poetry of Tennyson, Browning and Arnold.
Presiden! aiu'l Mrs. Low will hold their annual
reception in honor of th?- graduating class on Tues?
day, June I at their homo. So. 3?) Past Sixty?
fourth-st, The baccaltureate sermon will be ?ie
llvered the preceding Bunday at 4 p. m. by the
P.?--. Dr William K IInutineton. in It, Thomas's
Ch'irch. Piffh-nve. and P'.fty-thtr.l-st.
Tl??- announcement of th<- faculty of philosophy
for the coming year was published last week. Pro?
fessor Hv.iop and Dr MacVunnel will lecture on
ai.plled logic and sclentiti ? m?-thod. Dean Butler's
nnl'.osophical seminar will discuss tonic* in the
history or psychology. Pr. Wilde's course? will h<2
devoted to the history iw.ft prlnclplea of aMthetlcs.
The Exectitlv? Commit?.?.) of tho Poar?! of Trus?
tees has appointed a fuiti-'ommlttee of three to
receive sppllcatlona for the professorship of Kni;
llsh literatura left vacant by the death of Pro
frpsor ?leorgo K. Hardy. It will probably n-qulra
consldtrahie time for the committee to report on
any r??ommenilatlon, as the plac?; Is a peculiar one,
In that lt requires a man who Is not only capable
of directing a coure? already established, but also
OfM Who has had BUfBctent experience In public
schools to enable him to establish a course continu?
ous with that In the BChOOla,
Competitors for the K'.h?.s and Kelly prizes have
b*en summoned to appear befare the trustees of
th? l{i?r?;s me?!al In th.? president's OfBc? on T'ies
day. May 25, at UJ p. in., at which time th? BUb
Je?'ts upon which essay? are to he writt-n will tie
presented. The ?subjects are; Senior Rigas, "?Con?
tribution of America to Political Science , Junior
Rlggs, The Sixtieth Aiinlv? rsary of VICtorla'B
Reign": Kelly Critique, -The Story of the Holy
Grail, as xoll In Tennyson's Tdylls bt the King ' ''
Tho results of the competition will bo ann?>unced
at commencement.
The examination for the ririflln medals, for host
work in ?ire.k. will t.c held on Thursday, Juno 10.
umier the direction of Mesara, Btirk? and Engela
The last of the seriM of public lectures will be
glvn by Professor ?Tltsgerald Tisdaii. in the
Natural History Hall of the coII.-?t^, n.'xt Saturday
evening. HI? subject will bo "Tho Early History
of Money and Coinage."
The Junior class ha? .-hosen for the prlzo?-speaklng
coat, si: t. ?.i. Weinberger and B. II. L Ernst for
pr.?.-?.* declamation?, ami s. j. Diekheiser for 1 oetry
The colleg? lacroaae team on Priday will play th?i
Johns Hopkins team In X. ?.?.-York. Tho ground
has not r?t been decided on.
The City College charge of the Th?-ta Pelta Chi
fraternity held its seventeenth annual dinner at
the Hotel Vend?me on Saturday evening About
forty member? w?*re present. Tho ??radiate Club
mtertalned on Friday evening sev'.al of the fra?
ternity m-n playing on the Harvard lacro?M team,
which was In the city to play the Stevens lacrosse
Tho R"\*. Henry Casten. of Woodstock, Mil., has
taken charge of the class of special Latin for the
remainder of tho term.
"Hamlet** will be produced by the members of
St. John's Dramatic Society next WV.lnetday even?
ing. Joseph Kelley. 'S7, who has the role of Ham?
let, promises to be a great suoess. The play Is
un?ler th,- management of Albert Q, Brown, S. J.,
who Is the moderator of the society.
Captain Prank H. Kdmuiids, 1st Infantry. U. 8.
A., profeaaOC ?>f military science and tactics, un
nounced at drill last Wedneeday that ?.'.?mpany c
had -von the colors. Company C hud the larKe?:t
company In line at the Inspection last Saturday.
The drill for n?*:t Wednesday will be regular ln
Bpectlon an?! dross parada
Next Tuesday I? "rector's day." Tho Athletic
Association will hold Its spring game? In ilia
m.-?*ntii?<-. starting at 10 o'clock. Captain Prancls S
Qulnlan, '97, was seriously injured while running
on th? track last Thursday, it is to he hoped that tie
win be able to run at th ? Intercollegiate nan.es
Tho Pawn Association held Its annual tourna?
ment lust week Consid?rable int.-r.'st in tin? eon
teal was shown during th?? day on which the finals
Were held.
Th?> annual dinner of the alumni of the seminar?,
will b? ..?!il 00 Monday ovonli.it, May 17. at the
Windsor H? tel under the auspices of the Alumni
Club of New-York. It Is exp'?.?ted that the tn, ::i
bor.? of the Hoard of Directora ami of the faculty
will bo pr.'s.'tit. with B larga number of the alumni
Th.- !t.-\. Dr. Jam.? A. Hoadley of New-YorlL
president of the Alumni Club, will preside AA
?lr.-vs.-s and ?'?? mad? by the foilowinc suenkers
The Rev. Dr Arcturus '/.. Conrad, ciaa. o'f " ' t
^n^T^i-M;,.,,-.',1",r,i,il',T."'-'"'f ,h" ;'""""i- 0? th?
?} -r. !.. ? 1. ?V-!!cu\] ?s"'",-,?.'rv snd the Church
of To-'la*. . I? Willis Jam?'.?, of New-Vark r. ,,r,.
renting tha ?Board of ?Directora; the it.'.v i?V
Thomaa 8. Hastlnga, retiring ores.ni of i'i.tori
Tiiralogl?al Seminary, und the Rev Charlea fut?
bert Hall tne*ew Jirealdenl of the semina??.
Th?' annual meeting of the Alumni aasoclstlon
will l,t,i.ll" the Adam? Chanel t.i-ulorn.w, ,',!?!
Ing. An ud.lr.'ss will be made bj th<* Rev Hr
Ueorge William Knos on the subject 'TW Mew
Theology, the Pulfllllng or the <?'.l ' '
The, ?niity.T-iiiry ev.-r.-w..? ?f ,ht. somlnnrv will
be held in the ?_bapel on Tu??day evening, May is
Addresses wi?i be given by the following members
(,f fif, ''';",'""riSI ,'*,**"".i W?*?**' Kockwood Ferris
on lb- Idea MTnlsiry ?Robert Lyon Jackson, m
la? Imperfection of Kimwledge"- -?.?bury E
Ki m, on "(?.lin i.y Losing.'1 snd William Lawyer
Bpencer, on The Kingdom snd the Prince " Prest,
dent Charma Butler, of th.? Board of Director? will
present the diplomas, und the address to the grml
uailrta ?lusa will be uiade b> Pr?sidant Thomas _
AM? I>K.-tIlltr-?i'-i;.S .\N|. < ..?'.II.ANIrT ?TRKPITS
tt/The laavta? timr- fr?.m i?cemnoeeaa ?n?! ??.r-ianda
8tr<-?t? |? fl.-,. rnlnut'? lat-r than ihat Ka-*fl bek.w fee
Tv,?nty-th?rri ,.'tr?, T Biatlon.
7.*?r, \, H. tAMt MAM.. -Pullman ?S?ffet r?rtor Cae
Kew.Torh lo PRtaour?. si?e-,ing ? _r Pittabuiw u
chl-a?--. Ko e.? te Plttebarg.
***."*??*? A, M. k?st l-i.VK Pltt?bars and ?'l?>v?lan'.
O.."?."? A. M. PENNSYLVANIA limit.-;..- Pull?*?
("om*jiir..-i;r.it. Bieepiag. l'iirr.?*, Sm.kln? ?r,<i Qfeaar?
ret?o? ?'ara. Por i/hira?'?. <l?V"l?nr| Toledo, f.n^.a.
rail, lnrllanipoli?. I>,ui?vii.*. Ht. I/ml?.
l.r?.*i I?. M. ? HICAOO AND BT. LOi'I? KXPi'.E?fl-.
I*..r N'nHhville (irla ?inolnnatl) ?'hlraita St. I. j|?.
?.fi? I*. M. WESTERN EXPRES?.?Pir < I?--.,.txnA.
< h'.i ?tg i. for T-.?'-''.. ????,? -*atur?lay.
natl in'll?nr?[..|l?. St. I. ,?il?.
7..**,.1 I?. M. l'A' IKI?' BXPRtrf***1.- for Pl?t?i?irg ?????
fh.U-tgo Connect? f ,r (>v?.arl aad T-.;??do eit-?jt
T.BB, H-?;,, '.?-.?.-,, 0.80 ?I?lri!r-r ? ?r>. 1? U I rr. |] ??-,. 1 VJ,
?.tl.*. "Cons raa? Iowa I Mm.," ?U Parlor a-vl Mran?
Cara), 1.2.'? il'linnr Car?, -i..*..' ?i Inlrts far), - ?". j ?
12 K? nl-ht. rt'in?;H>-, ?*.-,. ?i i">. lu'..'?, m (8. IB ?
greseloasl I.lm." .ill Parlor and Pinina <'?r?), is-,
(DlnlriT ?Vin. I .l? iplnltiu ?'ar,. ??..V, y. m.. 12 Ij
BOl'THERN RAILWAY-Kxpr????, AM p. m. 12 1?
nlah? dally,
ATi.ANTi ?')\st i.im: grpri?a SU a. m. and ?-**
p. m. ?
ciiKSAi'KAKK * olll'i RAILWAY 4.7*, t?- m dally.
?TOR ?d.t' l-'?iN"r COHPORT and NORrOLK. 7 H _. r^_
week-dsys and "..'?" p m. daily.
ATLANTIC fil v Deebreasaa mm Osrttawdl ?""?tt. i,v
p m ??-?k dai ?
Lin* Hr.-in. h, .\?.?irv Park <In'?*r!ak?n, Bur.lny?), ?Te?-??,
f',-- v?. nn?I l'oirt |".???,'iiit ifr rn IX?ti|??>?? ?i?j
r rtlendl Otrtetej. Ml a, m., 12 1-1. A*n, f? 10 and
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Tl.-ket otflcas No?. Ml, B4*. blM. 1 ?TOB, 111 ?f-1 ?*i
H- :,!.?.-,v: l AM r ll-a-e: W??st Tw<-nty-tlilr?1 Bti I
Sm'I-n. an.l ?talloiM f-. ?t '.f I ???'r ??-? 1
Co.-tlinrlt Str?-t?; 4 <*-airt .?tr??-?. .??t7i PUH n ?'r?H. fil,
BroadWsr. nn?1 Rr-arklyn Ann?-x BUtlon, l?riokl'/n:
Btstlota term CTtty. Ti?? N**~ v r-< ' - - ?- mpunr
wli: eal: for snd eheck bnzi;a?<i from h Ma and raa;
den -s thr??jsh to .)"i?t!nati..n.
j. u. iicTaii.NBON'. ' R *>"''>r,n.
Ornerai Usasger, o?n?rai pn??'r A>?nt.
(Antliraei'o ??? al u??-?l ex? ;u?lvely.)
Pour tr?.-k*. Aut..rr.?'!e Mlr?-k .??IsnaU.
?m .ii,.l affr May HI. i**:.
Train? l.?ai.- str.ri-n f- .t ..f I.i?.^rty St.
Por Sastoa, Bethlrr.cm A?lentown, Hauch ?'Tiur.'it. A**.,
4W, 7:13. '.):!) (11:41 to Baatoa) A. M.. II". I 10. 4:ll
?4:*>i) to Bastos). B 4'. (7 :'.?? t.. AU<?r,t.i-r.i I* M ?-iniara,
4 :??) (T:ll ?" II???' r,. A. M.. 1 ??) BdB, ?VOO 1*. M
P?,r \Vilk"?l,ari?'. I'ltt?|r,n an-l .??ernn'.r.n, 1:10 A. tt..
1:10 l:no, 4:1.-, V M Bundara, 4 **'? A M.
P-,r Readine at 4-30. B-00 1:10, I0.-00, II :?*?*> A M.. \A\
IJO, 2-00 4::;o. 5.-O0, J:4S 8:00 F', ^f 12 IB -.l?'-'. >* ? -
laya, 4 SO A M. IS?, 2ko, B-QO BJB, ?'.oO p 3?., 12-'.3
K..r Hnrrlr-burif ?t 4-V). ?".00, 0:10. 11 .10 A. If-, 1:__
l-aa 4:.*??). '?'???. B:4S I' M. I-'.."? nl-ht San?J?y?. 41?
A >' 1:00, *i:.1". ?'.?"? i' M . !2:1.-> r..-.-ht.
for Siinhnry Letrlabur? an?l WililasMciort, at 4:.T0, BO).
0 10 A. M.. 1:10. 1 :ti>. Ii <*i l?. M. S'lr. lay?. 4 SU A. M ,
5 ?A? I*. M.
For fted Hank. Long Hrur. ?-,. Aakuri ?"ark I ???"??
C.rove, ?nd roint? ?rutt, ?o l'oint Ptreaant 4 -to, ? ' >.
l??-4.?. A. M.. |-g0. 1 4B ii". * 10, B-BB. S:IB P. M. Sun?
day? istrp? at In;r-rlak??n far A?l,..r. Psrfc an.l Ocean
?ir ivel :? "i ,\ M?, ? OB f. M.
Por ?..VK? ?? ? -,.]. Trmt River, Iiarn-RSt Tark anl B?ra*
ga;. 4-JO. I .TO A. M . 1 IB I ?" P. M
For Ailtntl?; ?'Ity. Virel.inl snd l'fl*??tor.. 4 .TO A. M.,
I:4B P M
For M--nm?-uth Il-n^li. 5??>al.ri-ht and Hlrhlanda ?f Kara.
?Ir.k, 4:30. S::M, I'? 4.1 A. M.. 1 :a*>. 1:4:.. 4.1?. 4.W i* M.
Sumlaya, ?:?? A. H. 4 oo p v
Fr m Pier B X. R . toot of R?"tr-r St.
For Allant" HIsBlanda. Hlffhland I'-ah N-rn-ir.'.?.
Rui-non n-ar-h. B?tstWight, M.nm uth Beach, anl Long
Ilranrh. at M'lB A. ML, :*?'*? P M
For Phlledelpttla. ???k .!>?.?. 4:so. s 00. 000. 10 00,
lt:*!0 ?Dinlnn ''an A M.. 1 .10. 2???. 8:80. 4'?? -il.'.'-t
Parlor Cart 4 SO S*?O ?Pinin* Cart, ''? ?' : :: ? ;' " P.
M 12:1." nicht. Sun-';.\s, 4 W '.' ?? 1. II " if'lBllig
run a. M . 2:00. 4:0?). ."? '?j H'.nlng far). ?; ??? P M.,
12 1.1 night.
F'-r Ilr.ltimor? and ***a?hill*tr*n, ?????-k di)? k On IB ).
11:80 itHnlna r'-"'1 A. tt.. 2 ?30. .1:!?? ."? o? (Dtnlag ***a?l.
ti:?)o P. ?., 12:11 n??l.t. B'jnda?-a. 10:??*, 11-311 ..-i- ??
?'an A. IL. 2.011. ?vi?, (Dinins Car). I "?? t M . it.il
Tldtets an?l parlor <?ar s*>at? c?n l-?< pro-?<r*d at f ag or
Liberty Bt. in. 17*1 2<H. 4.14. ?44. 1.14V?. 1 ^.?1 1- il?i)-,
717 Oth Av, 01 F.-t 14th S-.. XV. Kt ? .?? -? . |f|
W,?t l2.-.ia St.. 2*>l ?"?olutT.t.ii? Av.. Maw Voik: 4 ?"?--.rt Bt .
MB Fiitr-n St.. Br>*kljrn: W Broadway, n'lill.imstiarg,
T*?? Kew-Tork Tri- fer Cemtwnv arl'l Mil Far in-i chrek
ij;ie??a-'?> from bctrta or ret?ld?n?*e? to deetlnttlea.
staliona foot of Cort luiuli anil Urtbrnts? ? St?,
?i:-4U A. M BaUr iSunaay. ?,:??? A. M.) tor HAL Oil
CHINK an.i |nt"frir<*.iiBt-. ?rail i.s.
Hiia A. M, ?'?:H iPeim i? it., s:??!-?!., |J| a 11.)
for W ILK EMBARR??. 8? RANTON ??v.-?* davai, ELM1RA
i**-^k daya?. ITHACA, OENEVA. R'??1IKSTER. I?"?1*
PALO, KIAQARA r"ALI?H an I the *.V?_t, and prtnaiial
pointa, filnlr.g ? *ar inl ?Tialr Car to B?i?ff'
lOir.i? A. M. tally, ?-xc?*pt Sutiday. f?r SIAt-VH ?-BOXK
an?! int?rtn??ll?te joints.
I- nnou .ially, e?t.--pt Pura?ay (P??nn. R. R.. *t;?i-e?V,
arrl'.?? Buffalo '.?-a." P. M. Pullman Vp?tl!,ul?? Pay '* .--?a
SI ! i'a.-lir ? ith. Li.r Ir.^-i "ar ?. r?i--.- ?>t-.I cm?.
Cor.n?*cta at liuffalo with thr^us-n Blaapers tj -?et.ult *?.-.l
?'hi - IB '.
|-_:lr?? P. tt, dailv. .< .-? l-iur.rlay. f..r Mau:h ChunS
an.I int.>rm?.?ilate ->lr.ts
Ii4?> I?. M. l.i?y. eJfopt Pun lay. for %Vl!k??tirr?,
Ptttsl n. :-'.?rant ,r. an.l principal IntorniffJUto s-a'. Mb
? ' . : ' ?ts f .- ail points in '.o.?i regl'.na. Cialr >'a~) te
4ilO I?. M. Ially. ex?*?pt S-jr. .lay. for Wi;k??*-a*T?,
Pltt?tr.n, Scranton . nd primara! Int?>?*ir.?dlat? .t..-: "?*.
Cor.n?ct? fur ?ill pointa In coal region?. Pullman D-*"?l
Parlor <?ar t? <A'llk*aba<-r?.
r?:15 r. M. Uaily. tor BASTOM ar.a Intermrdlatt a-*
81IO I?. M. dully, ?r.-'pt Sund.iv. Expr??* for Slat.i?,
ton and prlrnlpa! ln-<-rm?diiito ?tatl..n?t ?-. m?-r?t? fee P. I -
Ing and Harrl.bnru. <" atr Car ?<? Slat ? ? n
7:?)?? I*. M, daily "-an K K . ?_. i -,.t . C.V. p M).
for Bt'PTALO, MIAGARA PALLA at.I a'.l u,:nt? Wet?
P'i;:man >i?--p-'r Vestilniled train S Y to ChtcacuL
sio-T'-'s to K-iffa;-. ;.-?'. Toronto.
? ?l.'i?? P, M. dSlljr, . x.-pt .-an.lay, rp.nn. R R t?4
it., 7:"..-, p. M 1. -toptMng ? nly at ??? uth Plaint*?*!!, i . a
H??hi?h?))). Hauch ?Chunk, 1.. a- B. juncti n - -?
Oeners, Roeheeter, Batavia anl Buffala Pullmans .:?r
f .r Buffala V- n- but aleepina ir paa ?ngera earnad.
No I -c-pt" rsrrted.
IMiMi 1?. M. daily ?ivnn. R R. _;t 1 ?t.. B_B r* M ).
NIAGARA PALLK. and all r>iinta We?. V r.ti
yio-p-rs ?o Wlik.-.l'iirr? and Ir'aa. a.
?.a.n'1-.ri ii local train? ?tally, ttteoyt Sun.iav. tor tsOtJTD
HRAOK and Int-rni.'llate point? l^nii ,,s f. ?ova: & CO A.
M 2:80, 4 ?:?'. .??>-! ?". ."><> P M.
Ti.?ki-ti and Pull-mn arcmmodatl-r? nt 11.1 2?i1 Z~\
8.'?."i. '.?44 nnd LB2B *3rt<a<l?ay, 81 Rait Htn Pt l*-?, E??l
12.-th St.. 127 Bowery tt. Y : ?m Pulton lt.. 4 Court St..
08 Broadway and Brooklyn Ann??? Hn??kl?n.
New Y"rk Trnn??f*r Cemaay will ?all for and <*h??ll
baegii??4 from hot.-l .r rceldMioe through t> deatlnatloa.
DBL- uiK.nv.iV'V*," ui?vn:ii*n h. r.
smtioua lu >**???- ?or??, foot of llnn-lu) and
t I? rt ?t .1 i?l???r ?ili'i'.'t?.
v^,nl^%ffi^..'t,lii.?lN ,,lFFKT
Direct route to NEWARK, i'-i/x-Mi 11:1.1 ? HOXTCLAIS,
THH ORANOM. Bummlt Bnrnsrdavlll* lUtkinj
nid??. MadifOB. Horrlstown, Paaaaic. Pat?n n, H a.
? p.-..i-, Bunhope. NEWTON. Bt'OD'S LAKR,
LAKE HOPAT?X>XO, Haokettatown. ?-??it.>. tx.yv*.
UOCNTAIN, Wni'ilr.Kt--n. P!IIt.I.IPSn*-R.-}. EAST' N*.
WATER GAP, BTROt'DBBfRO, Pcconu \t-i-t?!-?,
ro?? BINGHAMTON, nxi'iaRr? NORWICH, Wat?e
Vllle ?TICA, !'i'"HI-'I*'t.t' BPRINOS ?? rtl nd,
point? WE?4T. XORTHWI-BT AXD xnt'THW" -
8:?? A M.--I?INC.HAMTON MAIL. Stop? at ;r'.-..1;?i
10 0) \ M - i?*af" >*ar). BUPPALO, BCRANTON, PIN I.
Itli'HI-'lPLO BPRINGfl BTBAC*i*g?j ?r| ,??sn*r,1.?
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