Group Title: Florida Chautauqua, De Funiak Springs, Fla
Title: The Florida Chautauqua, De Funiak Springs, Fla
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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: 1887
Frequency: annual
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Chautauquas -- Congresses -- Florida   ( lcsh )
History -- Periodicals -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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General Note: Title from caption.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: 1919.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00103297
Volume ID: VID00002
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 42937765

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Praise; 2. Prayer; 3. Overture:
The Rogers Goshen Band; 4. Song:
The Winds are Whispering to the
Trees; 5. Brief addresses:--Hon. B.
G. NonRanUr, Dr. EDWARD BROOKS,
Dean A. A. WRIGHT, Hon. J. STER-
I.,mo MonRow, and others, REv. SaM
P. JONES, and others.
7:00. Illumination of the Grounds.
Fireworks. TheFloridaChautauqua
Welcome.
8:15.--Lecture. Rev. SAM P. JONEs, the
eminent evangelist, Cartersville, Ga'

Friday, February 18th.
A. r.
9:30.-Sgession of the Southern Forestry
Congress, Tabernacle. Meeting and
Organization of Classes in their
respective places of meeting.
11l:00.--Formal Closing Exercises of the
Southern Forestry Congress. Ad-
dresses by the President, ~Ion. O. R.
Pringle, and others'

3:00.-Lecture. Rev. Saar P. JoNES,
Citrteraville, Ga.
5:00.--First O. L. S. C. Round Table.
8:00.--Lecture. Rev. C. H. STRICKLAND,
D. D., Nashville, Tenn.

S~aturday, February 19th*
a. H.
11:00. Concert. The Rogers Goshen
Bandy assisted by Prof. Case and his
Chorus; Miss Sarah M. Fassett, so-
loist; and Prof. John G. Scorer in
Select Readings.


P* n*
3:00.--Lecture. Rev. SAM P. JONEB. L'&Uit
your Meanness."
7.00.--Illumination of the Grounds.
Fireworks, etc.
F000.-O0ur Tour Abroad-Friom De Funiak
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series of beautiful Stereopticon Views
of the most interesting places and
objects, including Southern and
Eastern Florida, Savannah, Charles-
ton, Richmond, and the Blue Ridge
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Sunday, February 20th.
A. H.
9:00.--Devotional Meeting, Chapel.
10:00.--Teachers' Meeting, Chapel.
11:00.--Morning Sermon. Rev. C. H.
STRICKCLAND, D. D., NashVille, TOUR.
P. H.
2:30.--8inday-school, Chapel. Assembly,
Tabernacle.
5:00.-Vesper Service.
8:00.-S9ermon. Rev. SaMr P. Jonas.

Monday, February 21st.
P. H.
3:00.--Lecture. Rev. AnanUR EDWARDS,
D. D., Chicago, Ill.
8:00-Our Tour Abroa~d--In and About the
City of New York: With a fine series
of Stereopticon Views, closing with
an illustrated Song Service.

Triesday, February 224.
WASHINGTON MEMORIAL DAY.
A. H.
11:00.-O0pening Exercises of the Min-
isters' Institute; Dean ALzrItED tl.
WaRene, presiding. Addresses by
Dr. Ananon EDWARDS, Dr. C, H.
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9:00.-Teachers' Congress. Normal Ses-
810n. Dr. EDWARD BROOKS.
10:00.--Lecture. Dr. War. H. PAYNIE,
The Functions of the Publie
School."
11:00.--Lecture. Prof. JodsN P. PATTER-
soN, Superintendent of Schools, Pen-
sacola, Fla. The Natural Sciences
in American Education."
P* m-
3:00.--Musical Selections. The Schubert
Quartet, Chicago, Ill. Lecture.
Bishop CHARLES B. GALLOWAY, D. D.,
Brookhaven, Miss.
8:00.--Lecture. Prof. LEROY D. BROWN,
Columbus, O. "A Journey to Mex-
ico," illustrated with stereopticon
views.

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AL. n
9:00.--Teachers' Congress. Normal Ses-
sion. Dr. EDWARD BROOKS.
10:00.--Lecture. ,Dr. War. B. Pa-YNa.
The Functions of the Public
School."
11:00.-Lecture. Dr. B. G. NonTanor.

3:00.--Music. The Rogers Goshen Band.
Lecture. Prof. FRANK BEARD. Psy-
chology," with experiments in ven-
triloquism, mesmerism, and spirit-
ualism.
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Sunday, Feb. 27th.
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9.00.--Teachers' Meeting, Chapel.
10:00.--Devotional Meeting, Tabernacle.
11:00.--Sermon. Bishop C. B. GALLOWAY,
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4:00.--0. L. S. C. Vesper Service.
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Ph. D., Chicago, Ill. The Bible
and Science."

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1aLm
9:00.-Teachers"' Congress. Normal `Ses-
sion. DjMEDWARD BROOKs.
10:00.-Leqtare. Dr. .W. H. PasnE.
The Government of the School."


P. M.
3:00.--Washington Memorial Services.
Music by the Chorus and Band.
Addresses by Bishop W. F. MdALLA-
LIET, D. D., H08 B. C. NORTH~ilP,
and others.
7:00. Brilliant Illumination and Fire-
works.
8:15.-O0ur Tour Abroad. Rev. T. TunR-
sex JoHNwaoN, Wick, Ontario, Can-
ada. Canada, from End to End."
The lecture will be illustrated by
large drawings and paintings.

Wednesday, February 234.
**
10:00.-O0pening Session of the Inter-
state Teachers' Congress and Florida
State Teachers' Institute, Hon. A. J.
RUBBErLL, State Superintendent of In-
struction, presiding. Music. The
Schubert Quartet. Address. Hon.
E. A. PERRY, Governor of Florida.
11:00.-Lecture. Dr.WY. HAROLD PAYNE,
of Michigan State University.
"L School Manageinent."

3:00.--Music by the Schubert Quartet.
Lecture. Bishop W. F. MALLALIEU,
D. D., New Orleans, La.
8:00.--Dramatic, Humorous, and Dialect
Readings. Prof. AusaIN MERRILL, of
Vanderbilt University, Nashville,
Tenn.
9:30.--Reception to Gov. PInnY, Hotel
Chautaugua.

Thursday, February 24th.
LAr.
9:00.-Teachers' Congress. Normal Ses-
sion. Dr. Evwann BROOKS.
10:00.--Lecture. Dr. Wx. H. PAYPNE.
"L School Management."
11:00.--Lecture. Prof. C. M. WOODWARD
of the Manual Training School of
Washington University, St. Louis,
Mo. Manual Training in American
Education."
P. Hr.
3:00.--Lecture. Prof. FRANK BEARBD, Of
New York City. "A Chalk Talk,",
with a series of blackboard sketches,
drawn in th'e presence of the au-
dience.
4:30. Meeting of the Florida State
Teachers' Association, Tabernacle.
8:00.--Dramatic and Humorous Recitals
by Prof. Jo~n G. Sconna, of Pitts-
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The Government of the School."
11:00.--Lecture. Prof. LEROYD. BROWN,
State Commissioner of Education for
Ohio. "Preparation for the Work
Of T88Ohing."
p. m.
3:00.- Vocal Concert. The Schubert
Quartet.
7:00.--Illumination. Fire-works.
8:15.-Lecture. Prof. Wua. C. RICHARDs,
Ph. D. "Franklin's Kite, or Elec-
trical Story and Phenomena." Ex-
periments: Sparks from Coal, Flashes
of Lightning, Ignition of Combus-
tibles, Electric Flames, The Fiery
Ladder, Zigzag Flashes of Lightning,
Sheet Ligh tning, The Diamond Neck-
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House Struck by Lightning and Set
on Fire, The Flash through Thin Air,
The Diver's, Miner's, and Balloonist's
Safety Lamp, Grand Display of Geis-
ler Tubes, Electric Catherine Wheels.


a. m
.9:00.--Teachers' Congress. Normal See-
sion. Dr. EDWARD BROOKB.
10:00.--Lecture. Dr. Wxr. H. PAYNE.
The Office of Memory."
11:00.-010osing Session of the Teachers'
Congress. Addresses by Hlon. A. J.
RUssELL, HOB. BOLOMON PALMER, and
others. The prize of $100, offered
by The Florida Chautauqua to the
County presenting the best exhibit
of School work, will be awarded by
bhe Judges.

3:00.--Grand Vocal and Instrumental
Concert, under the direction of Prof.
C. C. CASE, assisted by Miss SannH
M. FASSE~TT, contralto; the Rogers
Goshen Band and Orchestra, and
Prof. JoHN G. SCORER, in select
readings.
7:00.--Social and Informal Reception at
Hotel Parlors.
8:15.--Lecture. Prof. W. C. RwnHAnne,
Ph. D. The .Forcesand Phenomena
of the Sun, or Recent Solar Discov-
eries with Lens and Prism." Illus-
trations and Experiments: Decompo-
sition of Light, Red Flatnes in Actual
Emission, Views of Eclips~e, The
Prismatic Wheel, Views of Great


11:00.--Lecture. Prof. C. M. WoownwRD,
The Functions of an American
University."
P. m.
3:00.--Concert. The Schubert Quartet.
8:00.--Lecture. Prof. W. C. RIcHARDs>
Ph. D., Chicago, Ill. The Matter
King, or the Royal Work of Oxygen."
Experiments: Chart Illustrations, Ab-
sorption from the Air, Blowing Hot
and Cold, The Rekindled Light, An-
alysis of Air, Shower of White Hot
Wax, Making Air, Lake of Fire, A
Flash of Lightning, Lava from Ice,
Cannon Fired by an Icicle, Mystery
of Salt, A Hissing Globe, Sun Flames,
Ice Volcanoes, Blue Light, The Me.
teoric Spbere, The Pillar of Fire,
The Phosphoric Glow or Mock Sun.
Tuesday, March 1st.
AL. .
9-00.--Teachers' Congress. Normal Ses-
sion. Dr. EDWARD BROOKS.
10-00.--Lecture. Dr. W. H. PAYNE.
The Government of the School."
11:00.--Lecture. Prof. H. N. FELKEL,
Supt. of Schools, Tallahassee, Fla.
Astronomy Illustrated." Mr. Fel-
kel will use a Tellurian of his own
invention. *
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3:00. Lecture. FRANK BEARD, Esq.
"L Talks About Art and Artists," with
chalk illustration. At the close of
the lecture Mr. Beard's pictures will
be sold at auction, and the proceeds
applied to the library fund.
8-00.--Lecture. Prof. Wu. C. Rxcusans,
Ph. D. The Matter Queen, or
Chemistry of Water." Experintents:
Hydrogen Flames, Ascending Soap
Bubbles, Flaming Bubbles, A Fire
Balloon, The Gas Balloon, The
Bheet of Flame, Water Candles,
Dobereiner's Platinum Lamp, Sing-
ing Flames, Sensitive Flames,
The Hydrogen Voice, Marriage
Guns, Grand Display of Burning
Metals, Aluminum and Oxyhy-
Sdrogen Lights, Obtaining Hydrogen
from the Water bjr Various Methods,
Comparison of: the King and Queen
Gases.
Wednesday, March 24.
A. m.
9:00.--Teachers' Congress. Normal Ses-
sion. Dr. EDWARD BROOgs.






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Sunday, March 6th.

9:0 .Teachers' Meeting, Chapel.
10:00.--Devotional Meeting, Tabernacle.
11:00.--Sermon. Rev. I. H. McCONNELL,'
D. D., Indianapolis, Ind.
P.as
2:30.--Sunday-school, Chapel.
Assembly Tabernacle.
4:00.--Vesper Service.
8:00).--Sermon. Rev. EDwann B. JUDsoN,
D. D., New York City.

MOnday, March 7th.
a. n.
11:00.--First C. L. S. C. Lecture. Mr.
LEON H. VINCENT. "' Geoffrey Chaucer
and His Times."
P. 1H.
3:00.--Lecture. W~ILBUR P. THIRKIELDI
B. D., Atlanta, Ga. Manhood, its
Pattern and Inspiration."
8:00.--Our Tour Abroad--From the Italian
Lakes to V~esuvius. Description by Rev.
WILunB L. DAVIDsoN, a. M., Of
.Cleveland, O.

Tuesday, March 8th.
TEMPERANVCE DA Y.
1* m*
9:00.--First Session of the Farmers' and
Gardeners' Institute. Prof. J. N.
WHITNER presiding.
11:00.--Second C. L. S. C. Lecture. Mr.
LEON H. VINCENT. The English
Dramat-Marlowe and Shakespeare."
P. m.
3:00.-Temperance meeting addresses by
representatives of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union.
8:00.-Rev. I. H. MC~ONNELL, D. D., In-
dianapolis, Ind. The Bible Tested
and Triumphant."

Wednesday, March 9th.

'00 MSecond Session of the Farmers'
and Gardeners' Institute. Prof. J. N.
WHITNER presiding.
11:00.--Third C. L. 8. C. Lecture. Mr.
LEON H. VINCENT. "Puritani80 in
English Liter~ature--John Milton."
P. Hs.
3:00.--Select Readings from his own
writings, by WILL CARLETON, authOT
of Farm Ballads," etc.
4:00.--Concert. The Chorus) Band and
Soloists.
7:00.--Illumination of the Grounds and
Fire-works.


Telescopes, Photographs of the Sun,
Spectroscopic Illustrations, The Solar
System in Motion, Red Prominences'
The Solar Corona, A Series of Views
of Solar Spots, The Grand Sun-burst'
Grand Chemical Approximations of
Solar Light, The Electric Decompo-
sition of Water and the Oxyhydro-
gen Light, and many others*

A~.Friday, March 4th.
11:00.--Lecture. Dr. W1a. H. PAYNE,
P. H.
3:00.-Lecture. Rev. S. G. SmanI, D. D.,
St. Paul, Minn. The Athenian
Greek."
8:00.--Lecture. Prof. W. C. Ricanus,
Ph. D. The Marvels of Magnetism,
and Related Sciences." Extperiments:
With Artificial Magnets, Swarm of
Iron Bees, Electro-magnetic Engine,
Induction, Immense Weights Lif ted,
Electric Decomposition of Water,
Oersted's Experiments, The Flying
Tacks, The Magic Ring, Electric Fuse,
Magnificent Geisler Tubes, The Iron
Rod in the Air, Ignited Platinum,
Electric Catherine Wheels, Magnetic
Force through Wood and Glass,
Beating of the Groblin Drum.


*Saturday, March 5th. *

PIONrEERS' DA Y.
A. t.
11:00.-Matinee. Prof. W. C.,RIonIans,
Ph. D. The Wonderland of Sci-
ence," with a, series of very brill-
iant and interesting illustrations.
P- H-
3:00.--Platform Meeting. Rev. J. JACK-
soN ScoTT, D. I;, LL. D. of Pensa-
cola., Flat., Preditent; Rev. Jonw
NEWTON, of Mary Esther, Fla., Vice
President. 1. Overture--The Band.
2. Anthem--The Chorus. 3. Prayer.
,AnAuld Lang Syne. 5. Introduc-
tory Address--The Rev. J. JacKsoN
Scorn, D. D., LL. D. 6. Address-
Dr. Jous WEsCOTT, St. Augustine,
Fla. 7. Chorus. 8. Benediction,
4:30.-Chorus Rehearsal. Prof. C. C.
CASE.
7:00.-Illumination of the Grounds. Fire-
works.
8:15.-Lecture. Rev. W. ADAMs, D. D.,
Augusta, Ga. .











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8:00.--Lecture. Rev. J. W. Lan, D. D.,
Atlanta, Ga. The Philosophy of
Vision." Music on the Water. Rog-
ers' Goshen Band.

TPhursday, March 10th.
a. m.
9:00.--Third Session of the Farmers' and
Gardeners' Institute. Prof. J. N.
WmmaNE presiding*
11:00.--Fourth C. L. 8. C. Lecture. Mr.
LEON H. VINCENT, "1116 ROstOTS-
tion--Dryden."
P. H.
3:00.--Lecture. Dr. EDWARD B. JUDsON,
New York. "The Church and City
Evangelization."
8:00.--Reading by WILL CARLETON, Esq.

Friday, March 11th.

11:00.-Fifth O. L. 8. C. Lectulre. Mr.
LEON H. VINCENT. QReen Anne's
Reign-ABddison and Steele."
P. m.
3:00.--Lecture. Rev. T. F. HILDRETH,
Norwalk, O. "The Yosemite and
Salt Lake City."
8:00.--Reading by War. CIImETNvo, Esq.

Saturday, March 12th.

CHAUITAUQUIA DAY.

10:00.-Special Meeting of Members of
The C. L. 8. C., Reception Room of
Art Hall.
11:00.--Concert, under the direction of
Prof. O. O. CASE. The Chorus. The
Goshen Band. Miss 8annH M. FAS-
sETT, COntralto.
P. s.
2:30.--Procession. Members of the Chau.
tauqua Literary and Scientific Circle
will meet at Hotel Chautauqua, form
in procession, and march to the
Tabernacle.
8:00.--Public Recognition of C. L. 8. O.
1. The Recognition Service. 2. Ad-
dress--President JAMEB H. OABLIsLE,
LL. D., of Wofford College, Spar-
tanburg, 8. C., one of the counselors
of the O. L. 8. C.
7:30.--Illumination. Cam p-ft re and
Grand Circle.


Sunday, March 18th.

9:00.-Teachers' Meeting, ;Chapel.
10:00.--Devotional Meeting, Church.
11:00.--Sermon. Rev. T. F. HILDRETH,
D. D., Norwalkr, O.
p. n.
2:30.-Sunday-school, Chapel.
Assembly, Tabernacle.
4:00.-Vesper Service.
8:00.--Sermon. Dr. JoHN MATasws, St.
Louis, Mo.

Monday, March 14Lth.
AL. H
11:00.--Sixth 0. L. 8. C. Lecture. Mr.
LEON H. VINCICNT. "DORH SWift."

3:00.--Lecture. Rev. JoaN MATHEWS,
D. D., St. Louis, Mo. "ppiritism
and Science."
8:00.-Our Tour AbroaodUp the Nile:
Froam Alexandria to Aboo Simbel.

Tuesday, March 15th.
1ar.
11:00.--Seventh C. L. 8. G. Lecture. Mr.
LEON H. VINGIENT. The English
Novel--Fielding and Sterne."
p. m.
3:00.-Lecture. Rev. T. T. EaTox, D. D.,
Louisville, K~y. "Poor Kin."
8:00.-O0ur Tour Abroard-From Beirut to
Petra.

Wednesday, March 16th.
INDUSTRIAL DAY.
A. m.
11:00.--Eighth C. L. 8. C. Lecture. Mr.
LEON H. VINCENT. Dr. 011hSOR
and His Friends."

3:00.--Addresses. By Mr. SILae Sunuaas,
of Pensacola, Fla., and others. Com-
missioner SPENCER BAIRD, Of Wash-
ington, D. C., has been invited, and
it is hoped that he will be present.
4:00.--Exhibits of the various kinds of
Gulf fish will be made by the court-
esy of the Gulf Ice Company and of
Pensacola, firms engaged in Gulf
fisheries. Each specimen will be
frozen in a block of transparent ice.
Efforts are being made to secure
specimens from other cities. This
feature will be exceptionally inter-
esting.


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Female Seminary, Nashville, Tenn.

Sunday, March 20th.
a. mr.
9:00.--Teachers' Meeting, Chapel.
10:00.--Devotional Meeting, Chapel.
11:00.--Sermon. Rev. An~ano T. PIER-
soN, D. D., Philadelphia, Pa.
P. Hr.
2:30.-S~unday-school, Chapel. Assembly,
Tabernacle.
4:00.--Vesper Service.
8:00.--Sermon. Bishop JoHN M. WALDEN,
D. D., Ohattanooga, Tenn.

MOnday, March a18%*
A. Hr.
11:00.--Normal Olass. Prof R. S. HOLMres.

3:00.--Lecture. Rev. A. T. PIERBON,
D. D. The Rise and Faallof Islam."
8:00.--Lecture. Ja~n DIWITT M~ILLER.
"'The May Flowers."

Tuesday, March 224.

11:00.--Normal Olass. Prof. R. S.HOLMES,
P. 1m.
3:00.--Rev. A. A. WILLITs, D. D., Louis-
ville, IKy. Sunshine."
8:00.-O0ur '7bur Abroad Through the
Islands oflapan. Descriptive lecture.
By Prof. E. WARREN CLARK,

Wednesday, March 234.

11:00.--Normal Olass. Prof. R. S.HOLMEB.
P. nI.
3:00.--Lecture. Dr. J. WH. JONEss, Rich-
mond, Va. The Boys in Gray;
or, The Confederate Soldier as I
knew him in camp, on the march,
in battle and hospital, from Harper's
Ferry in '61, to Appomattox in '65."
4:00.--Music. Under the direction of
Prof. C. C. CASE~.
7:00.-nlhtmination and Fire-works.
8:00.--Lecture. Rev.. LALNsIxe BURROWS,
D.D., Augusta, Ga. "LThe Conquest
of the Sea."

Thnrsdag, MarEh a$4the
1l:0 .--Normal Class. Prof. R. S. HoLMs.

3:00.--Lecture. Rev. A. A. WHLTB, D. D.
The Model Wife."
8:00.-O0ur Tour Abroad Among the Chi-
nese. Descriptive lecture by Prof.
E. Wannax CLaRK.


8:00.-Ou1r Tour Abroad-Grlimpses of the
Wonderful in India. Personally con-
ducted by Prof. E. WARREN CLARK'
of Tallabasslee, Fla.

Thursday, March 17th.

CHAUTAUGUA NORMAL UNYIONV DAY.
A. r.
11:00.--First Session of the Sunday-
school Normal Class. Prof. R. S.
HoLMEs, A. M., Plainfield, N. J.

3:00.--Platform meeting in the interest
of the Normalwork. Addresses by
DEAN WaloneH, Dr. A. T. PIERSON'
and Rev. R. S. HoLM~ES, A. M.
8:00.-Oucr Tour Abroad Through the
Islands of Japan. Descriptive lecture
by Prof. E. WARREN CLARK.

Friday, March 18th.
11:00. Normal Class. Prof. R. S.
HoLMEs, A. M.
P. H.
3:00.--Lecture. JAkU DE ITT MILLER>
Philadelphia, Pa. Plato's Two-
legged Animal."
8:00.--Lecture. Rev. A. T. PIERSON,
D. D., Philadelphia, Pa. How to
Make Life Tell on the World."

Saturday, March 19th.
FLORAL DAY.

In order to encourage the cultivation of
flowers, the Flirida Chautauqua
offers the following prizes for exhibits
of cut and pot flowers b~y florists and
gardeners: For best exhibit of cut
and pot flowers by florists, $50; for
best display of cut flowers by ama-
teurs, $25. To be not less than two
for first premium and two for last.
a. nr.
11:00.--Normal Class. Prof. R. S. HoLMas.
. u.
3:00.--Grand Concert, under the direc-
tion of Prof. O. C. CASE. The
Chorus; the Goshen Band, and Or-
chestra; Miss SARAH M. FABsEBTT
contralto. Select Readings by Prof.
JoHN G. ScORER.
4:00.--Floratl Exhibit and Awarding of
Prizes to successful competitors. *
7:00.--Illumination of ~the Grounds and
Fire-works. .
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Friday, March 25th. - -
a. m.3:00.-Lecture. Rev. J. H. Bartise, D. D.,
11:00.--Normal Class. Prof. R. S.Hotlure. Cincinnati, O.


3:00.--Leiture. WALLAcE Bauce, Esq.
". William C. Bryant."
8:00.-OCur Tour Abroad Homewlard vIa r
SCan FrTancisco, and the NVorthern RuteC.

Saturday, Masrch 26th.

CHILDREIY'S DAY.

11:00.--Normal Class. Prof. R. S9. H~oLses.
P. M.
2:30.--Procession of Children.
3:00.--Chi~lren's Hour at the Tabernacle.
7:00~.-lilumination and Fire-works.
Reading. M~rs. FRANK BEARD. "MRI.
Mlaugins's Experimuent." illustrated
by crayon sketches.
8:00).--Our Tour .lbroad--The Yosemite~ to
the HuldDon, with poetical description
by' W.4LLACK BRUCE.
Sunda.S, Manrch 27th.
a. a.
9:00.--Teachers' Meting.
10:00.--Devotional Hour.
11:00.-Sermon. Rev. R. S. HolwEs.

2:30. -iu nday-school, Chapel. Assemorbly,
Tabernacle.
4I:00.--Vesper Service.
8:00.---Sermon. Dean A. A. WRIGHT.

M~onday, M~arch 28th*

Il:0).--Normal Class. Prof. R. S. HoLU.u.
3:00.--Lecture. WALLACE Bauct The
Obildbood of Dickens."
8:00. Lecture, M~ancus P. BALTFIELD,
I. D. A Ham Sandwleb," illus-
trated by stereopticon views.

Tuesday, March 29th.
a. a.
11:00).--Normal Class. Prof. R. S. HOLMps.

3:0). W aLLace BRUCE. '' AmericRD
Hlumoriste."
8:0).--Lecture, Mascus P. HATFIELD.
A Cup of ColfFee," with stereopticou
illustrations.

Wednesday, M~arch 30th.
a.a.
11:00.--Normal Class. Final Competitive
Examination,


4:00.-Public exposition of the Kinder-
garten and Kindergarten Normal
Department, underr the direction of
glise Lrn.< ZE.4EfNG, Principal of the
Department.
8:00.--Lecture. Rev. FRaNK BRISTOL,
Chicago, Ill. M~ichael Angelo? and
Masterpieces," with illustrations.

CLOSING DAY.

Thursday, M~arch 31st.

: 1:i. -Cl osi ng of t he Sc hools and S special
Clbe. Report Rnd Addresses by
the Teachere.

300.-Final Grand Concert, under the
direction of Prof. C. O. C~as, the
Chorus, Soloists, and Rogers Goeben'
Band.
7.00.--Brilliant Illumination of the
G~roundls. The Farewell.
8 00.--Closring Platform M~eeting. The
Vesper Service. Brief Addresses by
WPALLACE BRUCE, Dr. EDWaRD
BROOK~s, DeRD mRIGHT, ProT. JOHN
G. SCORER, and others.

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2:25, 5"
3:58, 2
4:58, 2"
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8:58, 2 "
9.58, 2 "
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The original painting is pr ned by ~is, and can noo DI coped-~ or dupli;:ated by anS other firm.
and hence ii nseaby a pruces In any house in the land.
For sixty complete a'rappers we w-ill mail either sheet Music for the Plano to the market
retail price 6f Four Dolllarb rnd Fifty Gents. or a copy of
Worcester's Pocket Dictionary, 298 Pages.
Tne Hou'* keryer will fIna on a trial.arc-orderag Jrai o, theFhi1 mblIe warjhng does~notrequire
HALF THE QUAN~TITY of DOBBINJ' ELE.T~C'TI 9OaP masr it des of anyC other; that
rbere- Ib a griat saving of Elme and labor In itsd use, rbat It jsaves the wear and Iear of the.
rliorbea j tone washiooard, anld dois not cut or rol nerm ro prts~rc or Iburl the hianda. an
adurllerated bohps dol.
IT DISINFECTS CLOTHES WASHED WITH IT,
lesi Ing: rhem Iborou~ghly cleansed and .Iweet, Instead of ardding a foul odor of resn anld IIthy
grehsr. I~II W"It wanesannels totthout Ihrra4kinlea.n thP1I~rem son and nies

Respectfully,




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