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Title: The Florida Chautauqua, De Funiak Springs, Fla
Alternate Title: Assembly programme
Third Annual session program hand-book
Annual session of the Florida Chautauqua
Florida Chautauqua, our 15th year, 1884-1899
Florida Chautauqua, De Funiak Springs, Florida
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 23-24 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida Chautauqua
Publisher: Duffy Bros.
Place of Publication: Cuyahoga Falls, O
Cuyahoga Falls, O
Publication Date: 1886
Frequency: annual
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Subjects / Keywords: Chautauquas -- Congresses -- Florida   ( lcsh )
History -- Periodicals -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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COURSE OF READING
FOR 1885-86.


Required Readings.
PRICES TO MEMBERS.

HISTORY AND LITERATURE.
Barnes's H story of Rome. By .1, nr,-~,lr4
Chautauqua Text*-Book on Roman I.. El
tory. Pup~,,s
Preparatory Latin Course in English. Br1

College Latin Course in English. B.1 W. /
A Day in Ancient Rome. ByrJ E cm/:-uravl .

PHILOSOPHY, SCIENCE,I AND 1~l
Political Economy. 1) GiEoHOEp BI*. F
Human Natu re. By Ll3->.r AROT / D 1~

GENERAL AND RELIGl6FS.
Po ernates rom an Engilsh Carclen. By i
The aevr in the etrh Centuy y
In His Name. ByS EDT~.ll'D O**EHRF.E Hel.B .R;
The Chautauguan, $1.50.
CRANSTON &t STOWE,
lgo WYest Fourth Street C'"~3inc O.





Wife 68P~ee Seal.


READINGS FROM RUSK(IN.
Introduction by H. A. Beers, Professor of
English Literature in Yale College.


R1EADINGS FROM MAGAULAY.
Introduction by Donald G. Mitchell (Ike
IVarvel).


ART, AND THE FORMA16TION OF TASTE'
By Lucy Crane.
Introduction by Charles G. Whiting.


LIFE AND WORKSB OF M1ICHAEL ANGELO.
By R. Dupp i
t ctionby Charles G. Whiting,


y ~gra luate, or undergraduate, of the
.. S. d. ~ading the four volumes of the
rnety-fd~r s, wil be entitled to the new
arnet~ Sedl (University Seal) on his diploma.


RICE OF EACH VOLUME, 75 CENTS; OR
$3.00 FOR THE SET*


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GRAND OPENING DIAY,
Tuesday, February 23, 1886.
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8:00.-Opeening of the Second Annual
Assembly of the Florida Chautuaqua.
Music, and addresses by Dr. A. H.
GILLET, superintendent of the As-
sembly, Bishop W. F. MALLALIEUn,
D. D., Dean ALFRED A. WRIGHT,
Prof. E. WARREN CLARK(, and others.
Special announcements concerning
the various departments.
Wednesday, February 24th.
.a*L
8:30.--Devotional Hlour, conducted by
Rev. G. R. ALDEN.
9:30.--Organization of the Assembly 4---
Chorus by Prof. C. C. CASE. Kin- J

11:00.-Organization of the Ministers-BPdrgre.
stitute. Addresses by De4B riRI !
A. Wazone and others.
2:30.-Lecture. Bishop W. F 31 .L
LIEU, D. D., New Ore "The
March of the Anglo-Saxon.*
4:00.--Chorus 01ass. jProf. O.. Cass.~4~
Opening of the ~Cooking-school.
'Mrs. SOPHIIE E. KNIGHT. Chapel. ~
5:00.-Chautauqua Welcome. Organiza-
tion of the Round Table.
7:30.-Vespers. Rev. JoHN D. NonRox.
8:00.-Lecture. Prof. E. WnARREN LARHjg
Tallahassee, Fla., late of the Univer-
sity of Tokio, Japan. "'A Tour Aroun2d
the World in Eighty Mlinutes.",. The






series of lectures by Prof. Clark will
be magnificently illustrated with the
aid of a powerful stereopticon.

Thursday, February 25th.
3 O.-Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. Minister8' Institute.
9:30.--Chorus Olass. Prof. C. C. CASE.
Ministers' Institute.
10:00.-Kindergarten.
11:00.-L~ecture. Rev. T. C. CARTER, D. D.,
Chattanooga, editor of Methodist Ad-
vocate. China and Her People." Il-
lustrated by costumes, idols, and
relicB.

2:30.--Lecture. Hon. WILL OUMBACK'
Greensburg, Ind. "LOur Neighbors."
4:00.--Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. CASE.
5:00.-C. L. 8. C. Round Table.
:30.-V~:0.-Vs erspes Rev. JNo. D. NonTox.
4 1 8:00.--Lecture. Prof. E. WARREN CLARK'
S"Four Years in Jap~an."

day, Februrary 26th.
$~otional Hour. Rev. G. R.
3t AND -. MinisterB' Institute.
f30.-Ch rus 01asis. Pro~f. C. C. CASE.
K garten.ten Ministers' Institute.
11l:00. 1Idcture. Rev. C. H. PAYNE, D. D.,
Delaware, O. Young Men for the


2:30.--Lecture. Hon. WILL CUMBACK.
The Invisible Anne People."
4:00.-Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. CASE.
S5:00.-0. L. S. C. Round Table.
7:30.-Vespers. Rev. JNo. D. NoBTow.
8:00. Lecture. Prof. E. WARRENOLARK.
'!.Chinaa and the Chinese."
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LONOFELLOW MEMORIAL DAY.
Saturday, February 27lth,
la n
8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. Millisters Institute.
9:30.-Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. CAsE.
Kindergarten. Ministers' Institute.
11:00.--Hon. S. A. MaLLoRY, Pensacola,
Fla. The og Bell." A Poem.
2:30.--Lecture. Bishop W. F. MALLA-
LIEU, D. D. "Loqelu 811&1 G Ed 1
Home."
4:00.--Dedication of the new College
buildings. Addresses by Bishop MAL-
LALIEU, D7. PAYNE, ROV. Mr. NORTON,
and others.
5j:00.-0. L. 8. C. Round Table. Long-
fellow Day Service. Readings from
Longfellow, Sketches, and Addresses.
7:30.--Vespers. Rev. Jwo. D. NonRoN.
8:00.--Lecture. Rev. W. ADAxZS, D. D).,.~
Augusta, Ga. "LDreams and Dreamers."
Music on the Lake. The Rogerpyr
Goshen Band. Illuminatin
MISSIONARY DAY.
Sunday, February2th

S:3 .-Teachers' Meeting ,
9:30. -First Assembly Sunda ool.
11:00.--Sermon. Rev. W. P. STOWE, D. D.
Chicago, Ill.
P. 1IL
2:30.-Sermon.Deaae OhRev. C. H. PAYNE, D. D.; l-
4:00.--Missionary Conference, Dr. T. C.
CARTER presiding.
5:00.-Chautaugua Sunday Vesper Service.
7:00.-80ng Service. Prof. C. C. CASe.
8:00.-Sermon. Biabop W. F. MALLA-
LIEv, D. D., New Orleans, La.


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'00m. Chorus Class. Prof. O. O. CASE.
Second Session of the Teachers'
COngress.
5:00.-0. L. S. C. Round Table. Lecture.
Mr. LEON H. VINCENT, Philadelphia,
Pa. "Rome and Hlannibal."
7I:00.--Lecture. Miacnco P. HATIFILD, M.
D., Chicago, Ill. The~ Care of the
bouse in which we Live." Illustrated.
8:30.--Illustrated Lecture. Prof. E. Wan-
REN CL~AR. Three Thousand Mlile
Through hulia." Music on the Lake.
1110 ROgerB GOShen RBan.
Wednesday, March 3d.
8:30.--Devotional Hour. -Rev. G. R.
BLDEN. MiBisters' Institute.
9:30.--Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. CAS~E.
10:00.--Third Session of the Teachers'
Congress. Lecture. Pres. I.S. Hor-
KIrs, D. D., Emory College, Oxfordl,
Ga. Ministers' Institute. K~inder-

11:00.--Lecture. Teachers' Congress. Prof.aren
B. G. NonRanor, LL.~ D., CIliziton, j ~
Conn. i a
P. n. .:
2:30.--Dramatic, Dialect, and Humorous
Readings. Prof. R.L.~ios OmptOCK
Evanston, Ill.ForhSsino h lrd
4:00.--Chorus Class.. Prof. C. C. CASE.

Teachers' Congress. b~
5i:00.-0C. L. S. C. Round Table. Lecture.
Mr. LEON H. VINCENT. "diGriu8 Gzd
~Sulla."
7:00.--Lecture. MARncs P. HA~TFIELD, M.
D. "LThe Care of the H~ouse in which
ue Live." Illustrated.
8:00.--Illustrated Lecture. Prof. E. WAR-


Monday, March 1st. .
a. m.
8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. MinisterB' IBstitute.
9:30.--Chorus Class. Prof. O. C. CAs~.
Kindergarten. Ministers' Institute.
11:00.--Lecture. Rev. W.P. STOWE, D. D..
Chicago.

2:30.--Tabernacle Readings. Prof. GEo.
S. LA RUE, assisted in musical selec-
tions by Mrs. R. FRALEY, Mr. A. B.
MEYE~s, and the Goshen Band.
4:00.-Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. ~CASE.
5:00.-0. L. S. C. Round Table.
7:30.-Vespers. Rev. JNo. D. Nonnow.
8:00.--Illustrated Lecture. Prof. E. Wan.
REN CLARK. "JE Tour TAhough th&
1Tr .', )
OPENING DA Y OF TEACHERS' CONGRESS.
~~13.-tan Tuesday, March 24.

S8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
.AxLww. Ministers' Institute-
110. orusClass. Prof. C. C. CASE*

10 isterster' Institute.
f Tabernacle Lecture. Rev. J. W.
I Rompoe, Ga. The Dude; or,
~~hilosopG~hy of Small Men."

2:30.-O0pening Session of the Secular
Teachers' Congress, Hon. A. J. Rus-
SELL, State Superintendent of Public
Instruction, presiding. Addresses
by Hon. Gusarvris J. OnR, Commis.
sioner of Education for Georgia; Dr.
EDWARD BROOKS,of Philadelphia, and
Dr. C. H. PaYNla, President of Ohio
Wesleyan University.


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l:0 .--Lecture. Teachers' Congress. Miss
MATILDAB II. ROSS, Chicago. 'LOhar-
acter Building."
2:30 --Lecture. WALLACE EBUCE, Esq.
"Robert Burnsr."
4:00.--Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. CASE.
r Eighth Session of the Teachers'
Congress.
S5:00.-0. L. S. C. Round Table. Lecture.
.Mr. LEON H. VINCENT. "OCO Gnd
Ilis Writings."
. 7:00.--Lecture. M~nCUsP. HATFIELD, M.
D., Chicago, Ill. The Care of the
EOUse inwh~ich we Live." Illustrated.
8:00.-111lustrated Lecture. Prof. E. W~an-
REN CLARK. "Egypt, Past and Present."
Saturday, March 6th.
8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. Ministers' Institute.
9:30.--Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. CASE.
SNinth Session of the Teachers' Con-
gress. Ministers' Institute. K~in-
dergarten.
11:00.--Lecture. Teachers' Congress. Gen-
eral G. J. ORR, State Superintendent
of Public Instruction, Atlanta, Ga.
*30 --Lecture. WALLAC BRUCE. 48A

:00.--Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. Case.
Tenth Session of the Teachers'
Congress.
5:00.-0. L. S. C. Round Table. Lecture.
. Mr. LEON H. VINCENT. Yirgilt"
7i:30.--Vespers. Rev. Jwo. D. NonRox.
S8:00.--Grand Concert. Assembly Chorus,
Eminent Soloists, the Rogers Goshen
1 ~Militarjr Band, etc., under the direc-
tiOR Of PrOf. C. C. CASE~.

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REN CLARK,T 811Rha 8888, F R. "Fo
the Hieights of the H~imalayas to the Top
of the Great Pyramids."
DENYOMINYATIONYAL DAY.
Thursday, March 4th*
3 0.-Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. Ministers' Institute.
9:30.--Chorus Class. Fifth Session of
the Teachers' Congress. Ministers'
Institute. Kindergarten.
10:00.--Lecture. Teachers' Congress. Dr.
EDwaRD L. BROOI(s, Philadelphia, Pa.
11:00.--Lecture. Teacheers' Congress. Prof.
R. L. CUMNOCK. "T&6 a71 Of 7008{
Expression." -
2:30.--Lecture. WALLACE BRUCE, Esq.
"Ready Brit."
4:00.--Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. CASE.
Sixth Session of the Teachers' Con-
gress. Lecture. Prof. J. B. PEAS-
LEE, Ph. D. -
5:00.-0. L. S. C. Round Table. Lecture.
Mr. LEON H. VINCENT. L'JE fu8 C~East"
7:00.-LTecture. MancesP. HATFIELD, M.
4i D., %hicago. IThe Care of the Biouse
':in which ue Live." Illustrated.
8:00.-TaLbernacle.WI~LLOARLETON,Brook-
44 ~y N. Y. "An Evening of Or~igsnal
Readings." Music on the Lake.
R ogers Goshen Band'
Friday, March 5th.
83 .-Devotional Hour. Rev. Gi. R.
ALDEN.
9:30. Chorus Class. .Prof. C. G. CAsE.
Ministers' Institute. Kindergarten.
Seventh Session of the Teachers,
Congress. Lecture. Prof. J. B. PEas-
LEE1 Ph. D.


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Sunday, March 7th.
8:30.-S8unday-school Teachers' Meeting.
9:30.--Second Assembly Sunday-school.
11:00.-Sermon. Rev.EDWARDL.BBROOKB'
x-P D.
2:30.-8ermon. Rev. W. ADAM~s, D. D.
5:00.-C0hautariqua Vesper Service.
7:30.---80ng Service, conducted by Prof.
O. C. CASE.
8:00.--Sermon. Rev. J. W. FLINN, NOW
Orleans.

Monday, March 8th.
A~. .
8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.

9:30O.ALhou UB s. Orf C Case.
Ministers' Institute. Kindergarten.
SEleventh Session of the Teachers,
Congress. Paper. Prof. J. H.
PHILIrs, Birmingham, Ala. Utili-
tarianism in Education."
11:00.--Lecture. Professor B. G. Nona-
nor, LL. D.
3 0.-Lecture. Rev. J. W. FLINN. The
p, Typical Struectue of the Bible."
4:00.-Chorus 01ass.
5:0().-0. L. 8. O. Round Table. Lecture.
p. BIox H. VINCENT. "BrOPCOc.n
7:00.--`mi'~al Session of the Teachers'
Congress.- Addresses by Drs. Nonra-
nor and ~BROOKS, Rev. R. S. HOLMES*
and Prof. J. H. PamIrP.
8:00.--Illustrated Lecture. Prof. E. Wan-
REN CLARK. "~An Evening in Holy
Lccan."
Tuesday, March 9th.
La.m.
8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. Gi. R'
ALD~EN. Ministers' 111Btitute.


d.m.
9:30.--Chorus 01ass. Prof. C. C. CASE.
Ministers' Institute. Kindergarten.
11 :00.--Sunday-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: "The Eternal Fath~er." Rev. R.
S. HlOLmB~, Plainfield, N. J. First
Session of the Institute of Christian
Philosophy.
2:30.--Lecture. Rev. LANsING BUnRROWS,
D. D., Augusta, Ga. The C'onquelst
Of~L the ~a."
4:00. Chorus Class. "Prof. C. C. CAsE.
Sunday-school Normal 01ass. The
Sunday-school." Rev. R. S. HOLMIES.
5:00.-0. L. S. C. Round Table.
7I:00.--Primary Teachers' Class. Mrs. G.
R. ALD)EN.
8:00.--Illustrated Lecture. Prof. E. WAR-
REN CLARK. "'An. Evening in Europe."

Wednesday, March 10th,
A. m.
8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. Ministers' 111stitute.
9:30.-Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. CAsE.
Kindergarten. Ministers' Institute.
11:00.-Suniday-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: "Bis Sinful Children." Rev. R.
S. HOLMES. S600nd Session of.the
Institute of Christian Philiisophy.
P. m.
f2:30. --Lecture. Rev. G. A. NUNNALLY,
D. D., Eufaula, Ala. The Interrga-
tion Point."
4:00.--Chorus Class. Sunday-school Nor-
mal Class. Subject: "The S~unday-
achool Scholar." Rev. R. S. HOLM~Es.
5:00.-0. L. S. O. Round Table.`
7I:00.--Primary Teachers' Olass. Mrs.
GI. R. ALDEN.
8:00.- -Tabernacle Lecture. Rev. WIanva


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L. DaviesoN, Painesville, O. "T~he
World of Switzerland."

Thursday, March 11th.
A. H
8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. MillisterB' Institute. Dean
A. A. WalemB.
9:30.-Chorus Class. Prof. O. C. CASE.
Ministers' Institute. Kindergarten.
11:00.-Sunday-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: Th Chosen rSon." Rev. R. S.
HaOLMEs. Third Session of the Insti-
tute of Christian Philosophy.
P.H.
2:30.--Tabernacle Lecture. Rev. W. A.
CANDLER, Bugusta, Ga. The Decline
of Oratory."
4:00.--Chorus Class. Prof. O. C. -CASE*
Sunday-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: "The Sunday-school Teache."
Rev. R. 8. HOLMES.
5:00.--0. L. S. C. Round Table.
7:00.-Primary Teachers' Meeting. Mrs.
G.R. ALDEN. (Pansy.)
8:00.-Illustrated Lecture. Prof. E. Wan-
EN CLARK. "AT Artab r Gd d PMNtu-
eague Scenes at Blome.,,
Friday, March 12th.
83 .- emotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. Ministers' Institute.
9:30.--Chorus Class. Prof. O. C. CASE.
Ministers' Institute. Kindergarten.
11:00.-Sunday-school Normal~lass. Sub-
ject: "From Childhood to Manhood."
Fourth Session of the Institute of
Christian Philosophy.
2:30.--Lecture. 'A Scotch Verdict." Rev.
CHALRLEBJ F. DEEMS(, D. D., PeW York,
N. Y.


A. m.
4:00.-Chorus Class. Prof. O. C. CAsE.
'sunday-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: "L The Sunday-school Superintend-
ent." Rev. R. S. HOLMEs.
5i:00.-0C. L. S. C. Round Table.
7:00.-P~rimary Teachei's' Meeting. Mrs.
G. R.ALDEN. (PfanSy.)
P. H.
8:00.--Tabernacle Lecture. Rev. C. H.
STRICKLAND, D. D.
CHlcLDREN'S DA Y.
Saturday, March. 13th.
A. H.
8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. Alinister'8 Institute.
9:30.--Chorus Olass. Prof. O. C. CASE.
Minister8' IDstitute. Kindergarten.
11:00.-Sunday-school NormalClass. Sub-
ject: "Their Mlanhood's Home." Rev.
R. S. HOLMzEs. Special Children's
Meeting, conducted by Mrs. G. R.
ALDEN. Fifth and Final Session of
'the Institute of Christian Philosophy.
p. n.
2:30.-Grannd Concert by the Goshen
SMilitary Band and Orchestra, under
the direction of Prof. CHAs. E.
ROGERs, assisted by Mrs. ROBERT
FRAYLEY, Of Nashville, TelnacSo-
prano Soloist, and Mrs. R. D. SwITH,
ofte Athezsueu Columbia, Tenn.,

4:00.--Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. CASE.
Sunday-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: "LThe Teacher Preparing~."
5:00.-0. L. S. C. Round Table.
7i:00.--Primary Teachers' Meeting. Mrs.
G. R. ALDEN.
8:00.--Lec~ure. Rev. S. G. Surra, D). D.,
St. Paul. 'Florence and De Mledici."


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(Sunday, March 14th.

8:30.-Sunday-school Teachers' Meeting.
9:30. Third Assembly Sunday-school.
11:00.--Sermon. Rev. S. G. SurrnH, D. D.
P. H.
2:30.--Sermon. Rev. C. H. STRICKLAND,
D. D.
5:00.-Chautaugua Vesper Service.
7:30.-8Song Service, conducted by Prof.
C. C. CASEs.
8:00.-Sermon. Rev. CHABLES F. DEE~Ls,
D. D.

Monday, March 15th.

8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. MillisterB' Institute.
9:30.--Chorus Class. Prof. O. C. CASE.
Ministers' Institute. Kindergarten.
11:00.-Sun'day-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: "The~ir Manhood's Glory."
P. m.
2:30.-Lecture. Rev. JAHU DE WITT
MILLER, Philadelphia, Pa. "'Love,
Courtship, and Mlarriacge."
4:00.--Chorus Class. Prof. O. O. CASE*
Sundayr-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: d'The~ Teacher Teaching; Bis
Principles."
6:00.10. L. 8. O. Round Table.
7:00.-Primary Teachers' Meeting. Mrs.
G. R. ALD)EN.
8:00.--Lecture. Dr. S.G. Susan. "Greece
and the Greeks."

Tuesday, March 16th.
a. m.
8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. MillisterB' I18titute.
9:30.-Chorus Class. Prof. Q C. CasE.
Ministers' Institute. Kindergarten.
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1: 0.---unday-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: Their National Life." Rev. R.
S. Horns.

8:-3 -Lecture. Rev. JAHU DIE WITT
MILLER. The UeSf of Uliness."
.4:00.-Chorus 01ass. Prof. C. C. CASE;.
Sunday-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: "The Teacher Teaching-BHis

.5:00.-0C. L. S. C. Round Table.
7I:00.--Primary Teachers' Meeting. Mrs.
-G. R. ALDEN.
8:00.--Tabernacle. Humorous and Dra-
matic Readings. Prof. GEo. S. LA RUE,
Evanston, ll.
P/0NYEER'S DAY.

Wednesday, March 17th.
AL. n
8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. Ministers' Institute.
9:30.-Chorus Class. Ministers' Institute.
Kindergarten.
11:00.-Sunday-school Normal Olass. Sub-
j60%: "Their Ruin." ROV. R. S.
HOLMES. Special Meeting of Sarly
Settlers of Florida, with Appropriate
Addresses and Music. Rev. J. R.
NEWTON, presiding.
p. m.
2~ :30.--Platform Meeting. Subject: The
Early Days of Florida." Addresses
by Prominent Citizens. Music by
the Assembly Chorus and the Rog-
ers Goshen Band.
4:00.--Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. CASE.
Sunday-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: "Ilnterrogationa." Rev. R. S.
.HOLMES.
5:00.-0. L. S. C. Round Table.
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S4:00.-Chorus Class. Sunday-school Nor-
mal 01888. Subject: "'Home Work."
5:00.-0C. L. S. C. Round Table.
7I:00.--Primary Teachers' Meeting. Mrs.
G. R. ALDEN.
8:00.--Lecture. Rev. AnnHUs T. PIEnson,
D. D. Evie~nces of Chrristianity."

Saturday, March 20th.
8:30.-Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. MinisteTB' IHStitute.
9:00.--Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. CASE.
Ministers' Institute. Kindergarten.
11:00.-Sunday-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: "Their Law." Rev. R. 8.
HOLMES.
P.*I*
2:30.--Tabernacle. Mrs. Gi. R. ALDEN,
Cincinnati, O. Reading of an Orig-
inRI StOry. TOpic: "The Bigher
Oriticism."
4:00.--Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. Case.
Sunday-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject : "'Reviewus." Rev. R. S. HOLMES.
5:00.-C. L. S. C. Round Table.
7:00.-Primary Teachers' Meeting.
8:00.-G0rand Concert. Assembly Chorus ;
the Goshen Military Band and Or-
chestra; Eminent Soloists,.-Instru-
mental and Vocal. Brilliant Illumi-
nation of the Grounds and Lake.

Sunday, March 21st.
A. Hr.
8:30.-Sundaty-school Teachers' Meeting.
9:30.-Fouorth Assembly Sunday-school.
11:00.--Public Service. Sermon. Rev.
T. T. EaToN, D. D., Louisville, KBy.

2:30.-Sermon. Rev. A. T. PIERsoN, D. D.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
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7:00.--Primary Teachers' Meeting. Mrs.
G. R. ALDEN.
8:00.--Lecture. Rev. C. H. STRICKLAND,
D. D., Nashville, Tenn. Music on
the Water. Illumination and Fire-
works.

Thursday, March 18th.
a. m.
8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. Ministers' Institute.
9:30.-Chorus Class. Ministers? Institute.
Kindergarten.
11:00.-Sunday-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: "LThir Restoration."' Rev. R. S.
HOLMES.

2:30.--Lecture. Rev. Ananon T. PIER-
soN, D. D., Philadelphia, Pa. "Christ
in the Old Testament.",
4:00.-Chorus Class. Prof, C. C. CASE.
Sunday-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: "Illustration." Rev. R. S.
HOLM~ES.
5:00.-0. L. S. C. Round Table.
7I:00.--Primary Teachers' Meeting. Mrs.
G. R: ALDEN.
*8:00.--Lecture. Rev. A.R. DaY, Aurora,
Neb. "Our Christian Civilization."

Friday, March 19th.
S83 .-Devotional Hour. Rev. Gr. R.
ALDEN. MiniBLTes' IDstitute.
9:30.-Chorus Class. Prof. O. C. CAsE.
Ministers' Institute. Kindergarten.
2 11:00.-Sunday-school Normal Class. Sub- .
ject: "Th~eir Salvation." Rev. R. S.
HOLM~Es.

2:30.--Lecture. Rev. T. T. EaTow, D. D.,
Louisville, K~y. True Aristocracy."
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P. mt.
5:00.-Obhautauquat Vesper Service.
7:00.--Seibrice of Song. Prof. .O. C.ASE.
8:00.-Sermon. Rev. Ja~n De WrrT
MILLanR, Philadelphia, Pa.

Monday, March 224.
SA. M.
8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. Ministers' Institute.
9:30.--Chorus Class. Prof. G. C. CASE.
Ministers' Institute. KIindergarten.
11:00.-Sunday-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject: "The Law; Its Preservation and
Transmission." .
P. n.
2:30.--Lecture. Judge A. E. MAXWELL,
Pensacola, Fla. "Public 4 krit."
4:00.-Chorus Olass. Prof. C. C. CASE.
SundayT-school Normal Class. Sub-
ject, A Normal Olass Story : My
Pupil and I." Rev. R. S. HOLMES.
5:00.-O. L. S. C. Round Table.
7:00.--Primary Teachers' Meeting. Mrs.
G. R. ALDEN.
8:00.--Lecture. Rev. JAMEs A. WORDENs
D. D., Philadelphia, Pa.
Tuesday, March 23d.
A. Hr
8:30.A e otiona st natRev. G. R.
B~~III~~~N. ~ Miitr'Isiue
9:30.-Chorus Class. Ministers' Insti-.
tute. Kindergarten.
11:00.-ISunda~y-school Normal Class.
Examination. Lecture, Dr. A. T
PIERsoN, The Bible as the I~eapo ,
of the Teacher."
P. H.
2:30.--Lecture. WALLACE BRUOE, Esq.
Williamn Oullen Bryant."
4:00.--Chorus Class. Prof. G. C. CAss.
5:00.-0. L. 8. C. Round Table.
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P. mI.
I:00.--Primary Teachers' Meeting. Mrs.
Gt. R. ALDEN.
8:00.--Lecture. Rev. M. M. PARKHURST,
D. D., Ohicago. &:otla7;r." Bril-
liantly illustrated by Stereopticon
Views*

CHAUTAUPUA DAY.*

Wednesday, Martch 24th.

8:30.-Devotional hour. Rev. G. R. AL-
SDEN. MiniBLtBrs IBstitute. 211181
examination of the Primary Teatch-
OrB' Olass.
9:30.-Chorus Olass. Prof. C. O. Cass.
Ministers' Institute.
10:00.-K~indiergarten.
11:00.-ABddress. Hon. LEVIS MILLER,
Akron, Ohio. Chautaupua and its
W~ork~."

a3 .-Platform service in the interest of
the Chautauqua Literary and Scien-
tific, Circle. Addresses by H~on. Laswrs
MILLER, President of the Chautauqua
Association, Rev. C. O. McLEAN, H08.

4:0. oRusmO s, and other .,Dsc
5:00.-0C. L. 8. C. Round Table.
7:00.--Vespers. Rev. JoHN D. NoRToN.
8:00.-Lecture. WALLACE BRUCE, Esq.
Froam the~ HIUdson to the Yosemite.'
Brilliant Illumination of the Grounds
and Annual C. L. S. C. Camp-fire.

.Thursdaty, M~arch 25th.
a. n.
8:30.-Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R. Av.
newN. Ministers' Institute.


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A. H.
9:00.-Chorus Class. Prof. O. Case.
Ministers' Institute. KIindrgarten.
11:00.--Tabernacle Lecture. Dr. R. M.
E.ATFIELD. LL Re68U18 Of PaTental Inf#%-
ence and Tracining.""

2:30.-Special Platform Meeting, with
brief Addresses relating to Florida,
her ReoBuircOB and Prospects.
4:00.-Chorus Olass. Prof. O. C. CASE.
5:00.-0. L. 8. C. Round Table.
7I:00.--Vespers. Rev. JNo. D. NonTox.
8:00.--Final Grand Concert. Under the
direction of Prof. O. C. Case. Com-
bined strength of all Musical De-
partments of the Assembly. The
Assembly Chorus, Solos, Duets and
Quartets, the Goshen Military Band
and Orchestra, etc. Grand Illumina-
tiOB Of Grounds and Lake. Fireworks.
SSunday, March 28th.
a- H.
8:00.-Suunday-school Teachers' Meeting.
9:00.--Last Session of the Assembly Sun-
day-school. Children's Farewell.
11:00.--Public Worship. Sermon, Rev.
O. P. FITZGIERALLD, D. D.
P. nI.
2:30.-Sermon. Rev. Dr. R. M. HA'fIELD.
5:00--Final Chautauqua Sunday Vesper
Service.
7:00.- Service of Prayer and Praise.
8:00.--Sermon. Dr. A. H. GILLET.

Hondaty, MYarch 2944.
Closing Day of the fe~cond iAnnual. \
Session of the Florida Chaut~auquai.

8:0 .-The Farewell. Brief addresses by
D~rs. FIT&CGERALD, HATFIELD, PAYNk,
and others.
ex


00 O-Oh rus Class. Prof. G. C. CASE.
Min sters' Institute.
10:00.-K~indergarten.
11:00.--Lecture. Dr. R. M. HATFIELD,
Obicago, Ill. Responsibility of Par-
ents for the Right Training of Their
Children."
P. m..
2:30.--fecture. Rev. W. HI. CALRTER,
Tallahassee, Fla. "Astronomy.'(
4:00.--Chorus Class. Prof. C. C. Case.
5:00.-0C. L. S. C. Round Table.
7i:00.--Vespers. Rev. Jxo. D. NonRoN.
8:00.--Lecture. WALLACE BRUCE. 788.
nyson." Music on the Water. Rogers
Goshen Band.

Friday, March 26th*
A. H.
8:30.--Devotional Hour. Rev. G. R. AL.
DEN. Millisters' IBstitute,
9:30.-Klindergarten. Chorus Class. Min-
isters' Institute.
11:00.--Lecture. Rev. R. M. HIATrIsn,
D. D. The Bome Training School
andE Its Kethods."
p. m.
2:30.--Lecture. Rev. O. P. FITZGIERALD>
D. D., Nashville, Tenn. "L The Delus-
Sions of Old People."
4:00.--Chorus Class.
5:00.-0C. L. S. G. Round Table.
7:00.--Vespers. Rev. JNo. D. NonRoN.
8:00.--Lecture. Rev. M. M. Parkhurst,
D. D. Ireland." Brilliant Stere-
opticon Illustrations.
FLORIDA DA Y.

.Saturday, March 27th.
4:00.--Devotionatl Hour. Rev. G. R.
ALDEN. MinisterB' Institute.
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Gooking School. The Kitchen.
Elocution. Room 2, college.
9:30.-Oahorus Class. Tabernacle.
Ministers' Institute. The Hall.
Kindergarten. The Chapel.
Cooking School. The K~itchen.
Elocution. Room 2, College.
11:00.--Lecture. Tatbernacle.
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Stanqua.
2:30.-Lecture. Tabernacle.
~4:00.--Normal Class. Room 1, College.
Ministers' Institute. The Hall.
Chorus Class. Tabernacle.
5:00.-0. L. 8. C. Round Table. Taber-
nacle.
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1, conlege.
e ~Vespers. Tabernacle.
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