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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 26 September 1891

8 TEMPERANCE TALK. Address Delivered Before an Elk Grove Assemblage. A Citizen Very Freely Discusses the Supervisors, Liquor-License Or dinance and County Politics. A meeting of citizens was held at Elk Grove a lew evenings since to discuss temperance matters generally and also the recent action of the Supervisors in modifying the new liquor-license ordi nance. A correspondent sends the fol lowing report of one of the addresses with an earnest request of a number of citizens of that place for its publicaion. The speaker said: Mr. Chairman, Friends and Nrighbors: We are gathered here this evening in the eaose of temperance, this being, in fact, a temperance paee&'ng, the object of this .... • cording to our understanding, being two-fold—rirst, to devise some means by which the liquor traffic in this county can be controlled; second, in what manner such measures can be carried out. First, let us define the word tern- ; peranoe. Webster tells us it means "moderate indulgence of the...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 28 September 1891

VOLUME LXXXII.-NO. 32. PROBABLY MET WITH DEATH. Anxiety Felt for a Surveying Party on the Big Horn. WO TIDINGS FROM THEM FOR NEARLY TWO MONTHS. Reports From tho Northern Part of Minnesota State That a Scone of Terrible Devastation Roi^ns in Some Districts—Millions of Foot of Standing Timber Laid Low by Re cent Windstorms. Special to the Rkcoud-Uxton-. Denver (CoL), Sept 27.—A special from Salt Lake City says: Information has been received that several members i the Burlington and Missouri River surveying party, which has been run ning lines through the Stinking Water •try, in the Big Horn basin, between Buffalo and Yellowstone Park, became separated from the main body, and undertook the perilous enterprise of run ning through the Big Horn Canyon. IB waa nearly two months ago. Nothing hasbeon heard from them since, and the oilier members of the party have ; . ->st abandoned hopesof ever seeing them again. Except in winter, "when the er is lrozen over, there is not an in stance on ...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 28 September 1891

2 PATLYJ^COgDjjyiON ISSUED BY ThK SAGRAMESTO PUBLISHING. COMPANY Office, Third Street, between J and K. THEvDAILY RECORD-UNION, For one year 98 00 For clx months 3 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fiftekn Centh por week In all interior cities and towas tho pe.po r can be had of the principal Periodical Dealers, Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION, la. the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The WkKH Union per year ?1 50 J9&- These publications are sent either by Mail or Express to agents or single subserloerß, with charges prepaid. All I'ostniasters are agcntß. Tbe Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cific coast. Entered at the Postoffice at Sacramento as ■econd-olass matter. __• The JRecord-union ana Weekly Union are the only papers on the Coast, outside of San Francisco, that receive the full Associated Press dispatches from all parts of the world. Outside of San Fran cisco, they have no competit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 28 September 1891

AT IOWA HILL. The Supervisors' Committee Inspects the Hydraulic Mines. The Miners Only AsL: Tor Permission to "Clean t Tp"-LiKellhood of a Favorable Iteport. When the Hoard of Supervisors were in session in July last, a committee of citizens from lowa Hill, Placer County, appeared and presented a petition on be half of the people of their locality re questing Sacramento County to withhold temporarily its proposed action looking to the procurement of permanent in junctions against the lowa Hill hydraulic mines. The petition was a lengthy affair, and contained a most complete statement of the condition of affairs at lowa Hill—as the miners looked at it. •i ii B r:;i ition. The gentlemen who brought the peti tion also addresed the board on the same subject. They set forth first thai the supply of water in the lowa Hill section is very limited, the sources of supply being from ravines situate from ton to fifteen miles above il ere, with a comparatively small area of water-shed, the prev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 28 September 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. BACBAMJBNTO MARKET. SAPiiAMisNTu, September 2G. IR9I. FRT'IT— lit-inons—Sicily.Iit-inons—Sicily. $8(§(8 50 fl box; Oaiifornla, fo@6 50; Limes. $6 ?t case, Ion; |; ; ,nanas, $2 50®3 1* bunch lor Island; Oocoanuts. 97@H; California Oranpes—ltiverside. §3 50d4 "r* box; Pine apples, <;o (<nts each, §7 %* dozen; Peaches, 40 poOo?ibox;Nectarlnes,7oCoSlf)box; Plums, I 25 f- box; Bartleti Pears, §I@l 25 .: Apples, 50c@$l f» box. • CANNED QOODS—Aborted Table, $1 Gsf^ 1 75; Apples, $1 00; Apricots, $1 50; Black berries, .*! 75® 1 65; Cfcerries, fl 95@2 35; Currant;., §2 2o: (Sooseberrlei, ijil sui« l :h>; Muscat Grapes, SI «10(g;l 50; i'lums, §1 10; Qutaces. :->i 75; Btrawberriei, $2 50. BREADtiTUFFS—FIour, « bbl; Oat m.-al, jo-t!. sucks, :>^ 4 o fkft; $3 50 9 100-lb s.;ck>: CornmeaL white. §»3 t' JO-tt> sacks; yellow,!?:.' 60 WWb s:u'ks; Cracked Wheat, 0-ft sacka; S^ 75 p 100-St Backs; Hom iny, £.s 75 i* lO*sacks;fa 5o \>. 100-lo sacks; Graham, §:.' 75 f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 28 September 1891

TRUE CHRISTIAN LIFE. Rev. R. M, Stevenson Discourses on the Subject. Tho .Responsibility Resting on Those Who Have Beeu Forewarned, and Hence Forearmed. At the First Presbyterian Church Rev. R. M. Stevenson, the pastor, yesterday preached an eloquent and able sermon from tho following text: "For it were better for them not to have known the way of righteousness than, after knowing it, to turn back from the holy command ment delivered unto them." (2 Peter ii., 21.) To me, said the reverened speaker, the chapter where this text is found is one of the saddest in the whole scriptures. There are pictures in It that are revolting, and from which a pure, refined nature would gladly turn away; but when wo remember that an Infinitely holy God caused the drawing of these pictures and ordered the awful sentences written which wo find here, we may know that "it is for our learning.'" Further wo can recognize tho truth of the statements and the sad truth of the pictures. The fact that I can brin...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 28 September 1891

6 AGAIN SHUT OUT. The Sacramento Ball-Tossers Walking on the Dukes. They "Win Three Out of Four Games, Two Being Slmt-onts—San Fran cisco Now L*oads. Sax Jose, Sept. 27.—The San Jose team was shut out by tho Sacramentos to-day by a score of sto 0. Hoffman was in tho box for Sacramento, and Harper for San Jose. Score: SAN JOSE. A.B. R. 8.11. S.B. P.O. A. E. McGucken.Lt 4 O 1 O O O o llanley, 2d b „ 3 0 2 0 14 1 Everett, s. s 4 0 2 13 4 1 Ebrlght. 3d b 4 o 0 O o 0 0 Dooley.lstb 3 0 0 o 12 0 0 McVey, C.J 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 <.. Sharp, r. t 3 O 0 0 1 0 0 Stalling.sc 3 O O 0 3 « 0 Harper, p M O 0 1 0 4 1 Totals 30 0 5 2 24 14 3 SACRAMENTO. A.71. R. B.H. S.B. P.O. A. E. Goodenoogh, c f..... 3 2 113 0 0 Jia^uiner, s. s 4 2 113 2 1 H >tes,c 4 12 12 2 0 Reitx, 2db 4 0 1 0 4 G 0 Bowman, lrtb 4 o 0 O 11 0 o McHale, r. f 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Reynolds, 3d b 3 0 0 O 3 2 0 Kot>eits,l. 1 1 o 0 0 1 0 0 Hofflaaan,p 3 0 o 0 o 4 <> Totals 30 o 5 3 27 15 1 Huns by innings— Ban Jose o o 0000000— 0 Sacr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 29 September 1891

VOLUME LXXXn.~NO. 33. MURDERED HIS MOTHER. Terrible Crime of a Heartless Wretch in Colorado. IN A PIT OF ANGER HE BRAINS HER WITH A HATCHET. fcevoral Lives Ixist and Much Property Destroyed Through Frairlo Fires In North I>akota—Destructive Storm In Xorthorn Minnesota—An Im mense Amount of Timber Felled and Some Loss of Life TJcported. Special to the Record-Union. DURAHOO (Col.), Sept. 2S.—TCalph I>ay, the twenty-year-old murderer of his mother, was captured Saturday evening tnd returned to this city to-day. He Bays that after lie and his mother had eaten breakfast last Wednesday morning 1 c went to the barn and took two drinks <i whisky. Returning to the house lie informed his mother that he was going to J'armington, N. M., to the fair. Mrs. Ray remonstrated, not desiring to be left alone. This angered, him, and as he I his mother for the door with a pan in her hand he struck her a terrible blow on the back of the head with a hatchet, Kinking the iron into her head to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 29 September 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION ISSUED lIV THE SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY Oflleo. Third street, between J and K. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION, For ono year 96 00 For six mouths. 8 00 For three months 1 50 Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen Cents ppr week In 'all interior olt'.es and towns the paper cau be had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. THE WEEKLY UNION, Ib the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and Literary Journal published on the Pacific Coast. The Wk£kly Union per year $1 50 £»- These publications are sent either by Mall or Express to agents or single subscribers, with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are agents. The Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa cific coast. Entered at the Postoffice at Sacramento as seeond^lasa matter. The Kecord-uniox ana Wkdkly Union are the only papers on the Coaxt, outside of San Francisco, that receive the full Associated Press dispatches from all parts of the world. Outside of San Fran cisco, they have no competitors either...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 29 September 1891

LOWERING THE TAXES. The Supervisors Make the Levy For the Present Fiscal Year. A Deduction of Twenty Cents on tho Hundred, as Comi>ared With Last Year. The Board of Supervisors held a special session at the Hall of Records yesterday for the purpose of fixing the tax levy of tho county for the present fiscal year. Before the members entered into a dis cussion of the .subject, Auditor F. T. Johnson submitted his annual report, containing a detailed statement of the comity's finances and indebtedness, to gether with estimates of what will be needed. In his report Mr. Johnson says: In accordance with the provisions of Section 52 of the County Government Act ■ of 1883, 1 submit herewith my annual Statement, showing the condition of the county's finances, its indebtedness, both funded and floating, and the rate of interest borne by the same, also the class and description of the bonds outstanding. : a concise description of all property owned by the < ounty, with an approxi mate est...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 29 September 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAM EN TO MARK ET. Sacramento, September 28,1891. FRlTT—Lemons—Sicily, $$(q s 50 %* box; California, 66@6 50; Linus. .«r» fl <-:ts<\ fl C 100; Fnnftnaw, §:.' 50&3 ? bunch for Island: Oocoanuts. $7#h; California Oranges—Riverside. £3 50&4 V box: Pine apph b, 60 cente each,s7 f. dozen; Peaches, 40 &60cwbox;Nectarines, 75c@$l $ box; Plums, -i 25 V box: Bartlett Pears, §I@l 25 k: Apples, 50c@$l "# box. CANNED GOODS—Assorted Table, fl 65$ 1 75; Apples,?] 60; Apricots,fl 50j Blaefc • f i 7 "),• i 85; Cherries, $1 95&2 35; Currants, $2 25: Gooseberries, $1 60« I 90; Muscat Grapes, SI 40€ 1 s«>; Plums, §1 40; quinces. $1 75; Strawberries, $2 50. BRKAI>STUFFS-Flour. §5 25 $ bbl: Oat meal, 104bsacks, :>^ 4 c $it>: $3 oo s 100-ib sacks; Cornmeal, w-inte, §3 Bji JO!!> sacks; \ : How, $2 80 ?i 25-lb sacks; Cracked Wheat, p3 ■ 10-A sacks; £2 75 ft 100-lh sacks; Hum my, $:j 75 >» 10-ftsacks: §3 50 V 100-fc sacks; Graham, $2 75 10-lb sacks; $...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 29 September 1891

THE CITY FATHERS. They Condemn the Jessie "Slaughter Rookeries. A. Special Session to Consider the Gov ernor's Mansion Project and Cer tain Street Matters. A. Abbott appeared before the Board of City Trustees at its meeting yesterday morning and stated that he and David Lubin had beon appointed a sub-commit tee from the Governor's Mansion Finance Committee to ask the board to subscribe $1 ,000 to raising the necessary amount asked for as a cash guarantee for tho pur chase of the Stetlens residence. He stated that if the next Legislature pur chased the residence tho money sub scribed would all be returned, and if it did not the subscribers would lose the amount they might put in. In all prob ability, however, the necessary money would be appropriated as soon as the next Legislature convened. The members of the board desired time to- think over the proposition, and re solved not to take action until the after noon session. • UIJAVEL FOR E STRKET. A communication was received from Elwo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 29 September 1891

6 TURF TOPICS. TITE FILLY LA TOSCA SOLD AT A VERY HIGH FIGURE. The Undine Stables' Homer Defeats Jnduo Morrow at Grave send Park. New York, Sept. 28.—0n0 of the most important horse sales of the year was made to-day at Gravesend, the filly La Tosca being sold by Hough Bros, to Pierre Lorrillard, for ?20,0U0. I'AKIv MANA(ii;KS AT WAR. Chicago, Sept. 2s.—Fd Corrigan's war on the managers of the Garfield Park Baoe-OOOne was resumed to-day, when warrants were sworn out for the arrest of all jockeys who ride at the track, book makers, telegraph-operators, etc. RACING AT CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, Sept. 28.— One mile, Bru tus won, Sight Draft .second, Yirgie 11. third. Time, 1:4">. Mile and twenty yards, Prince of Dark ness won, Cams second, Royal Garter tiiird. Time, U44J. Mile and seventy yards, Eli Kindig won, Col. Wheatley second, Hopeful third. Time, L:4S$. Four and a half furlongs, K. K. won, Annio Irwin second, i)earest third. Time. o:~>i>.j. Five furlongs, Alary won. Dixie V...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 30 September 1891

VOLUME T.XXXII.-NO. 3J. BURNED TO DEATH. Awful Fate Which Befell a Lady Near Santa Rosa. LOSES HER LIFE WHILE TRYING TO SAVE HER MOTHER A Lone Highwayman Relieves the Blebor Stace of Two Express Boxes —Nothing Yet Known as to tho "Whereabouts of tho Prisoners "Who Escaped from the Visalia Jail— Lively Scrimmage at Snelling—A County Official Suicides. Hpecial to the Record-Uxiox. S\nta Rosa,Sept.29.—Mrs. Phillips. tvho lived with her brothers, John ami William Jllingsworth, west of this city, | was burned to death late last night while j trying to save her invalid mother from j h<> llames. It seems that Mrs. Phillips j in the habit of sleeping with her pother, and during the night the oil- j amp steam attachment and pipes heating lie bed and room exploded. The room and bed were soon wrapped in flami s. John Jllingsworth, who sleeps on the; ower floor, rushed into the room ami carried ont his mother, who escaped in . ury. The clothing ot Mrs. Phillips, .vhile she was trying to l...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 30 September 1891

2 DAILY RECORD-UNION AVoutlier Foroea.se. Forecast till 8 p. m. Wednesday: For North ern California—Fnlr weather, except light rains in the mountains in the southeast por tion and at Keeler; generally e< oler, with frosts to-night in the northeast portion; fog B>nd clouds along the coast. THE PUBLIC DOMAIN. The San Francisco Chronicle, in at tempting to roply to Commissioner Car ter of the General Land Office on the general subject of granting the lands re maining in the public domain to the States and Territories in which they are located, says: Ex)>eriiij<(' has shown that whore land grants ot any kind have l»e<-n made to the Btatet iii any large quantity, tno«e organized bodies of A nau citizens ha\e not acted wisely or well. It may well be replied that the Govern ment of the United States, which had charge of an extremely large landed estate, has not acted wisely in any par ticular. It is permitting the denudation of forests, and converting areas of fertile land i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 30 September 1891

PURE WATER. Revival of the Proposed Artesian Well System, It Would Give Purer Water and Bet ter Service at Reduced Cost- Views of Citizens. There was a quiet little meeting of prominent and representative citizens held at the Courthouse last evening for the- purpose of listening to some sugges tions regarding the water supply of the city. There was no secresy whatever Bbout the affair, only no special effort Was made to gather a crowd of garrulous persons, as the matter to be considered could best be carried out by a lew cool beaded citizens. There were present Mayor Comstock lind Trustees McLaughlin and Conklin, tex-Senator Newton Uooth, L. L. Lewis, J. \V. "Wilson, Captain J. H. Roberts, E. A. Burr, George M. Mott. Dr. C. B. A. Abbott, 11. Weiustock, J. 0. Coleman, Charles McCreary, C. 11. ilub baid, E. W. Hale, Dr. J. K. Lame, B. C. Carriugton, V. 8. BfcClatchy, P. c. Hale, "W. K. Knights, L. I*. Oilman, John E. Burke. .)<>hn Blair, J. A. Woodson, P. E. Platt, Fred. Knox, W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 30 September 1891

4 COMMERCIAL. SACRAMENTO MARKET. BA.CBAXSDTO. September 29, 1891. PEUlT—Lemons—SlcUy, $&@8 50 H box; California, $6@G 50; Limes, (6 ? cas», fl V 100; BMiiana-, $;» 5093 9 '"inch for Island: Oocoanuts. t7®B; California Oranges—Blverslde, s:j 50@4 t J- i»n^". i>iner apples, 60 cents.* ach,fJ7 f dozen; Peaches, 10 fetiOc * box; Nectarines, ", sc<asl t box; Hums, 50c@$l y. box: Bartlett Pears, §l@l 2b f. Dux; Api SIV-box. . CAN'.N 1.1 •HM I] »— Assorted Table, §1 6ofi) 1 75: Apples, fl 6O; Aprlcota.fl 5»); Black berries, !r>l :•">.> 1 85; Cherries, #1 95@2 bo; Currants, 52 :25; GJooseberrles, SI 80& 1 '■'<»: Muscat Grapes, SI 4Odl 5o; Plums, $1 40; Quinces, $» : ">; Strawberries,f2 50. BREADSTUFFo—FIour, $5 25 * l>bl; Oat meal, lOJb sacks, :;;;- 4 c $3 50 $ ioi)-th sacks: Oornmeal, white, $;; f) i<>-;Ti s.'icks; yellow, 82 60 v 25* sacks; Cracked Wheat, 83 10-ft sacks; * 4i 75 fi 100-tti sacks; Horn- Iny, 88 7 5 * 3 O-Jbsacks: §3 50 V 100-lti sacks;...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 30 September 1891

NATIONAL GUARD MATTERS. Important Orders Issued by the Ad jutant-General. Companies C and H of the Third In fantry to bo Consolidated—Clean- Ing the Old Armory. Adjutant-General C. C. Allen has just ::<sued the following general order, which which will interest particularly residents of San Francisco aud the northern por i ion of the State: "1. Whereas the Board of Location and Organization of the Second Brigade, Na tional Guard of California, having de cided, as provided in Section 1913, Political Code, to equalize the regiments of the National Guard by increasing the Eighth .Battalion of Infantry to a regiment of six companies, and it appearing that of the eight companies composing the Third Regiment Infantry seven are located in San Francisco and occupy one armory, which is of great advantage, and that one company, C, is located in Oakland, and occupies a separate armory, it has been determined that it is advisable to consoli date this company with one of the com panies of the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 30 September 1891

6 "LADIES' NIGHT." Another Popular Entertainment by the Athletic Ciub. Marvelous Foats of Strength, and Afflllty—Presentation of Medals to tlio Champion Boxers. Tho "ladies' night" given by the Sacrn nionto Athletic Club at its rooms in tho old Pavilion last evening was without doubt tho most smvossl'ul ailair of the kind ever given in Sacramento, either by this club or any other organization. The Athletic dab is deserving of great praise lor the manner in which it has conducted itself and its entertainments since its organization some two and a half years ago. When it began it only had twenty members and only four of them ever had any prior athletic training. Now the club has over 2-">0 ni< inbers, and fully half of them have become expert gymnasts, acrobats, boxers, wrestlers, etc. Their entertainments improve in excellence, and the one given last evening could not be surpassed by a troupe of professionals. the EXHOmOH. It was strictly an invitation nffair, and the big Pavil...

Publication Title: Record-Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record-union. — 1 October 1891

VOLUME LXXXTL-NO. 33. STANFORD UNIVERSITY. Everything in Readiness for the Opening Exercises To-Day. REMARKABLE FRESHMAN CLASS FOR THE NEW INSTITUTION. i?atal Accident at tho Pennsylvania Mine, Near Grass Valley—Governor I Markham iv Attendance at the Salinas Pair—A Wealthy Citizen of I'nsadena Meets "With a Strange ■Experience in Los Aueelos. Special to the "Recoiio-Union. M;:nlo Park, Sept. "lO.—The Leland Stanford Jr. University will be opened Witii appropriate ceremonies at Id o'clock to-morrow morning. Ihe examinations B boen in progress for this past two -. and the place is crowded with par - and friends of the students. There • 47.3 applicants, about 450 of whom will pass ihe ordeal and remain. Of these, .-.bout 150 are for the upper classes and 900 o- the freshmen class. This is a remarka freshmen class for the new institu- In fact, only the greatest uuiversi ' ies of the country ever liave so large a ; ''lass, and the leading colleges ■ only half that number. Among tlie ' S...

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