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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 25 May 1898

F . MARK BREAM , Dealer in Carlisle St ., Fancy Groceries . Canned Goods and Coffees a specialty . Goods delivered to nil ptrls of the town

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 1 June 1898

O W HOLTZWORTH - J HARRY HOLTZWORTH ESTABLISHED OCT . 24 , 1870 . ZIEQLER and T _, !_ _>/^ Vf T > HOLTZWORTH JLI 1 If _wT _Vj HOLTZWORTft BROS ., Prop rs , Rear of Eagle Hotel , Washington Street , Gettysburg , Penn a . Telephone No . 61 . The largest transportation establishment in Southern Pennsylvania , equipped with the most comfortable carriages . The Battlefield a specialty Special attention given Weddings , Receptions , _&c . SATISFACTION _RIIARANTEED .

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Eagle Hotel [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 1 June 1898

Eagle Hotel THE MOST COMPLETE HOTEUN _OEmSBURQ FRANK EBERHART , Prop _ r . Formerly of Hotel _Bolleuut Terrace , * £ 01 _Angtlet , Cat , =. RATES $ 2 . 00 PER DAY . CHAMBER PARLORS _« 3 00 PER DAY Cuisine of particular _excellence . Steam heated and electric lighted Public and private parlors . Sanitary arrangements perfect . Sample rooms on first floor . Headquarters of L . W . _Mtmiigh , the well known Battlefield Guide and _Lecturer The Eagle is also headquarters for Veterans , Tourists , Commercial Men and the public generally , who visit Gettysburg . Flee Bus to and from all trains . _Telerjlione No . 71 . The largest and most elegant . All modern conveniences . Electric fans and bells . Private bath and wash rooms and closets on every floor .

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 1 June 1898

ELLIOTT & HOUSER _, DEALERi IS Hats , Shoes , and Gents Furnishings . Centre Square , opposite Hotel Gett > sburg . Li . M . _Buehler , Drugs , Books and Stationery . An unusually large assortment of . . Spring Goods in the latest colors and designs . Also the correct fashions . . . 1 _VUKYTHING GUARANTEED TOR ONC YEAR AND KLIT IN REPAIR J . D . lilPPV , _Tailor . 43 Chambersbupg St . ¦ ¦ GO , m J . L MUMPER , _( _^ _T _^ e Popular P 1 _^^—TV _fc iVo . 25 lialtimore Street , Gettysburg , Peitn n , He does the finest kind of work and has elegant Photographic Parlois . _VATTUEFIliltlJ WORK A SPECIALTY .

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WlWoo [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 1 June 1898

WlWoo Battlefield _Photographer , 3 _$ ain _$ ., l _Gettysburg . My facilities for Studio and Field Photography , in all its branches , arc unexcelled . I go anywhere on short notice . Battlefield Photogpaphs , Souvenirs , Ste

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 1 June 1898

_Profess o _* CUheelef _s Visit Only those who know the strict rules under which men of the Yale Faculty are held , and especially the devotion of Professor Wheeler to his duties in connection with the University will fully comprehend the favor of his visit to us last week The visit is a compliment to us of the highest sort both on the part of President Dwight and Professor Wheeler . The address on tile subject of The Campaign of Waterloo was a scholaily production whose value consisted in the fact that it presented the conclusions of a trained historian drawn from an examination of original documents on the subject . It was a presentation of the stratgy of the campaign as it lay in the minds of the great commanders and a criticism of the plans and their execution . In this Napoleon and Blucher appear to better advantage than Wellington , who usually bears away all the glory of the contest . The scenes of battle , which appeal so strongly to the popular imagination were touched upon...

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 1 June 1898

The Seminary Alumni Address . The address to the alumni of the Seminary , was delivered by Rev . P . C . Croll , of Lebanon , on Wednesday evening , June 1 st , in College Church . He spoke about the problems the Church will have to deal with in the coming century in order that she may be successful . By way of introduction he said there will be advancement in the realm of spiritual life , in proportion as there is progress in their lives of activity . Despite assertions to the contrary the Church is constantly growing more useful . The Church in order to be successful must adapt herself to the intellecturl , social and political problems of the age . The pulpit must be an up to date twentieth century watch tower . The old gospel will still be the same but there must be new adaptations of it in order to meet new conditions . Under his first division he said her greatest work will be done in the city . She will have to care for the poor in these great centres of population . At the p...

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 1 June 1898

The Commencement _Pafade . At the January meeting of the Board of Trustees a resolution was passed to renew the old custom of having a parade during Commencement Week . In former years the parade formed at the old dormitory and marched up to the College Church where the exeicises were held . This year the parade will be held on Wednesday and Thursday mornings . The procession will form in front of the old dormitory and the following order will be observed : the Band , Board of Trustees , Faculty , Alumni , Speakers , [ on Wednesday morning the contestants for the Reddig Oratorical Prize , consisting of members of the Junior class , and on Thursday morning the Commencement speakers of the graduating class will have this position . ] After the speakers will come the Seniors , Juniors , Freshmen , and Preparatorians , in regular order . When the procession is formed it will march down the Campus to Brua Chapel , where , Wednesday morning the contest for the Reddig Prize will be held , ...

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 1 June 1898

WEDNESDAY , JUNE i , 1898 . 375 WE deeply regret that President Mckinley _« as finally obliged to decline the pressing invitation of the town and college to visit Gettysburg on Decoration Day . It was indeed a disappointment not only to the students and the citizens of Gettysburg but to all the visitois as well . Although the people weie greeted with an excellent addi ess by one sent in the President s place . it was nevertheless not so fascinating to them as if McKinley himself had delivered it . It must be said , however , that no one complained about McKinley _ s absence , and every one seemed to feel proud that his sense of duty is sufficiently stiong to keep him constantly at his post in these tiying times . NOTICE must be taken of the action of several college men during the game with Bucknell on Saturday last . Not only did they guy the Bucknell players when they made an erior or a bad play , a thing which in itself is veiy impolite to a visiting team , but worse than this , ...

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 1 June 1898

The Weekly Gettysburgiasi . _Aovisom hoard managing kmtok uusinkss manager l rof E S Brcidenb nigh , Sc D _, 68 L » b Weaver , 99 & W Herman , gg Rev Milton H Vatcnifnc , 8 a Editor . _Ab&r Uvb _Mav Win Archibald McUeaii , Esrj , 8 a Wm J _KUntfetitr , 99 I ! H Pctirod , 01 _Asst _Euiioh R D Clare , 00 Published nt Gctt _>* bur £ College every Wednesday during tire College jear Term * _4 _i co per j ear , _piynble in advance _Single coplu five cents Coiiuniuticitioni mid mtacrlptlans from alumni , student 1 and trluids of the college arc invited All correspondence should be addressed to The _Gettysfaitgian , Uut > sburg , I _ a WEDNESDAY . JUNE r , 1898 .

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 1 June 1898

_PERSONflWA . 44 . Among the speakers at the celebration of the sesqui centennium of the Pennsylvania Ministerium on June 2 nd are Joseph A . Seiss , LL . D ., Henry E . Jacobs , LL . D ., 62 , and Pres . Theo . L . Seip , D . D ., 64 . 55 . Pkoi \ Eli Huher , D . D ,, spent last Sunday in Mount Holly , Pa ., assisting Rev . R . W . Mottern , 94 , the pastor of the Lutheran Church in that place . 56 . \ V . Murray Wciohan , M . D _., was elected presiding officer over the recent State convention of Pennsylvania physicians . The convention was held in Reading . Glad to learn of this honor conferred on one of Alma Miller s sons . 62 . Rev . M . L . Culler preached the memorial sermon to the G . A . R . of Bedford , on May 29 th . The services were held in Trinity Lutheran Church . 66 . Dr . William H . Gotivald has been compelled to cancel some of his lecture engagements on account of sore throat . He has been very busy in the lecture field for some months past . 69 . Rev . J . W . Fi...

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 1 June 1898

ATHUETIC ] 4 EWS . h A . Wbiglb _, oo , Reporter . Bucknell 7 . Gettysburg 6 . A return game with Bucknell was played on the home grounds last Saturday , and resulted in a victory for the visitors by the score of 7 to 6 . The game was closely contested throughout , Gettysburg being in the lead during the greater part of the time . The teams were well matched , but the home boys would undoubtedly have won had there not been several almost inexcusable errors at critical points . They clearly surpassed the visitors in hitting ability , but were unable to bunch the hits properly . Bucknell s double play was a pretty feature of the game , while Herman and Gladfelter deserve special mention , both for batting and fielding . The following is the tabulated score : _BUCKNUI . I .. R H O A i : _GKTTVSnURG . K 111 O A E Geary , I b . 10921 Herman , 3 b . 23310 ; Griffith , 2 b 1 1 3 2 1 Gladfelter , s . s . 02150 ] Weidensall , c . f . o 1 2 o 1 Brown , c . 02502 Jcnkinsou , r . f . 02101 Roel...

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 1 June 1898

High School Commencement . Last Thursday evening the graduating exercises of the class of 9 S , took place before a very large audience in Assembly Hall Beautiful decorations , smiling faces and splendid exercises all combined to make the occasion a delightful one . The orations and essays of the graduating class of seven girls and four boys were of a high order and reflected great credit upon the ability of the pupils as well as their efficient teachers , Prof . J . Doisey Hunter and Miss Helen Cope . Hon S . McC . Sw ope , Rev . Dr . Barkley , pastor of the Reformed Church , and Prof . Calvin Hamilton , Pres . ol the School Board , participated in the exercises . The Mignon Musical Club contiibutcd largely to the enjoyment of the occasion with their delightful music . This oiganization is composed entirely of young ladies of Gettysburg . They play stiinged instruments and peiform in a highly ci editable mannci . The occasion was one calculated to stii up the pride of every Gettysb...

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 1 June 1898

_Decoration Day . Of all the days of the year probabl y no other is so generally observed in Gettysburg as May the 30 th . It is then that hosts of stranggers from all points pour into the historic little town and fill it to overflowing . Neighboring towns and the surrounding rural districts are lepresented by great numbers . They come by trains , bicycles and conveyances of every description , of which the antiquated country buck-board is by no means the least piominent . Numerous irrepressible fakers have their stands along the crowded pavements , and with a loud voice extol the merits of their goods to the respectfully attentive audiences of country lads and lassies , while Uncle Josh is being shamefully swindled by the bunco man . That is a glimpse of only one side of this big day in Gettysburg . There is another and a more pleasing one . Last Monday opened with very favorable weather , and at an early hour crowded excursion trains began to arrive and empty their pleas-ure-seeki...

Publication Title: Weekly Gettysburgian
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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