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Eagle Hotel [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 26 April 1899
Eagle Hotel . THE _MOShCOWPlETE HOTEL lit _OETTYSBUHO FRANK EBERHART , Prop _ r Formerly of Hotel _Bellevut Terraoe _^ &gt; . * _&gt; x Lo 3 _ Anr / elta , Cal i _^ 1 l BATES $ 2 . 00 PEBDAY . _&gt; _OHAMBER PARLORS _» 3 . 00 PER DAY . _Cuisiile _ of _^ particular excellence 1 . Steaiii heated and electric lighted . Public arid private parlors . Sanitary _arrangements perfect .- Saiupie robins on first floor . * . J he Iaigcst ( inn most elegant . . All inoderrTconvenieiic . es . * * Electric fans and bells . ~ 4 Private bath and wa sh _^ rqoms and closefs on every floor . Headquarters of I ,. \ V . Minnigh , the well known Dattlcnekt Guide and Lecturer . Tlie Eagle is _filso _headciuarters for Veterans , Tourists , Commercial _Jlcn and the public generally , who visit _Gettysburg . _Pree Bus to and from all trains . - Telephone No / 73 . « ...., 1 .,.
Gettysburg Clubs . [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 26 April 1899
Gettysburg Clubs . Now that the Gettysburg Club movement Was been so successfully inaugurated and is already bringing to the College suqh substantial benefits , it may be well to turn _our-attention to a few of the important fields in which organizations have not as yet been effected . The Yale and New York Clubs are very live and active bodies , and ever since they were organized have been furnishing many practical proofs of their loyalty and devotion to the best interests of Alma Mater , We now learn that active measures are being taken toward the organization of a Club in Baltimore . This is splendid news , for with the Baltimore Gettysburgians thoroughly organized , the interests of the College south of the Mason and Dixons Line will be well cared for . However the movement must not stop here . Tliere are other cities in which the large number of graduates makes the organization of similar clubs very desirable . The city of Philadelphia alone , without any adjacent towns , repre...
The Colleoe Sona Contest . [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 26 April 1899
The Colleoe Sona Contest . While we do not wish to expose ourselves to the criticism of harping too much upon any single subject , we cannot refrain from again urging greater interest and activity on the part of the students in the Song Contest . The article on this subject , published in our columns several weeks ago has failed to accomplish that lor which it was written , as is evident from the very few contributions submitted . Why there should be a lack of interest in this matter we cannot understand . We have quite a number of men who are able to compose very creditable songs , if they but use the talent which they possess . And surely the subject is one which should appeal strongly to all the students of our college This is the first important step toward the Gettysburg College Song Book , and as such it merits the hearty support and encouragement oi all undergraduates , alumni and friends of the Institution . For the benefit of those who may not be familiar with the terms of ...
The Weekly Gettvsburgian . [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 26 April 1899
The Weekly Gettvsburgian . A I ) _VISO 1 ( 1 , BOARD MANAGING tUHlOK BUSINESS MANAttRR Prof E S _Uieidenb-ntgh _. _bc D , 68 R 15 Clare , oo H II Pcnrod , _oi Rev . _Mlltoti H . Valentine , 83 _Eijitoh . Ass _ t Bus Man : Wtn _ArchlbiWftlcCtein _. _Ewj _. _Si L A WUrIc , oo U H KOIcr , oi Ass t Editor H S _Rhwub / oi _Publiihcd nt Gcltjiburg College every Wednesday during the College _jcar Terms _^ 1 00 ptr _jeir , payable In advance _Smgte copies five cents Communicillom and _suhtcrtptions from alumni , _UmivMR _itul _Itlenils of ihc college arc invited All corn . spondt . nce should Ire addressed to Tht GeUysbtngmn , Out &gt; sl &gt; nrg , Pa
SOCIETIES . PHILO . [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 26 April 1899
SOCIETIES . PHILO . Philo _, at her last meeting , again gave one of those well-rendered and instructive programs for which she has an established reputation , to an appreciative audience among whom were several visitors . In the absence of the President , Vice President Baker took charge of the meeting and merits commendation for the manner in which he assumed the dignity of the chair . During the performance , the score of the Bucknell game was received and read from the platform , and the great applause that followed , clearly proved the loyalty of every one present to those who struggle on foreign athletic fields to uphold the honor of Gettysburg . In an impromptu , Smith , C . H ., in a few well-chosen words , paid a high tribute to our base ball team , while McNair , in a like speech , told of the great pleasure in studing psychology . The order of the program following is : Essay , Knittle ; Oration , Moore ; Essay , Traub ; Essay , Leffler ; Oration , Fleck ; Essay , Miller ...
T 0 _Wf 4 | 40 TES . [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 26 April 1899
T 0 _Wf 4 | 40 TES . In the lecture room ot the College Lutheran Church , last Thursday evening , a meeting of representatives of the various Young People s Societies in Gettysburg was held for the formation of a Young People s Union . There seems to be a strong feeling for such union and accordingly a constitution was adopted by the forty young people present . The following officers were elected : Pres _., Rev . H . C . Alleman ; Vice President , Rev . J . B . Kleffman ; Secretary , Miss Margaret Keith ; Treasurer , George Barbehenn . The Presidents of the Young People s Societies of town are Vice Presidents of the Union and with other officers comprise the executive committee . One of the objects of the union is concerted action in the support of the Armenian student now at college . A festival for that purpose will be held at an early date . The union is also designed to promote inter-denominational fellowship . A rally of all the societies of town will be held in the College Lu...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 3 May 1899
_~^~~ -- _* i _™ _# fll ! B S _^ _fifw _^^^ _S- _^* _!? ™ E M 0 ST omiPLETE _HOTEL IH GETTYSBUHB . : _^ _S _^ _&amp;M _SSMtJllI _^ _&amp;fe FRANK EBEBHAET , Prop _ r . _^^ _M Jft lirf _^ _ll BSwI _^^ _Wftl _^®^ 1 Formerly of Hold Bcllcvue Tvrracc , _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ RATES S 2 . 00 PER DAY . _^^ SK _^ _Ji _^^ _S _^! _^/^^^^^^ _55 _*^ _^^ 1 _ CHAMBER PARLORS S 3 . 00 PER DAY . the _liwgcst nw \ most elegant . Cuisine of particular -excellence . All modern conveniences . Steam heated and electric _lighted . Electric fans and bells . Public and private parlors . Private bath and wash rooms and Sanitary arrangements perfect _, closets on every floor . Sample rooms on first floor . Headquarters of L . W . Mimugh _, the well known Battlefield Guide ami Lecturer . The Eagle is also headquarters for Veterans , Tourists , Commercial Men and the public generally , who visit Gettysburg . Free Bus to and from all trains . Telephone No . 73 . .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Gettysburgian — 3 May 1899
_JVIodes and pabfics . We are ready to show them in foreign and domestic cloths in the newest shades and designs . for Spring clothing . Time enough is a poor principle . Those who make the earliest selections secure best results . The stock is complete and new , and we invite you to look at it . J , D . lilPPY , _Tailon , 43 Chambersbupg St .