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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 June 1896

2-'j..-i.:. 'te". vT ,-tn -5 . i. i-j- - --- ,.: .. 5 , "r " f - -i THE COURIER. K CWI r?teeeo WHERE SHAbL WE GO THIS SUMMER? :a 4T bbbbbbbhbbbbbbbbbbbtbbbb. 7 BBBBBBBBBkBBBBBHbIbbbE BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbBBBBBBik bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbpbbbbvHbbeuM'NB'bbbbbbsbbbbbI HHKvwbbbbbb'kbHbbbI abbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbafbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbblbbbv- - jflbbbbbbbbbbs bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbIsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV?. - ''LbbbbbbbbbbV LbLbLbLbLbLbLbLbLVIEbbbbbbbbbbbVT j - : -Tii - - tH P i'tf uMbbbbvbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI LbbbbbbbbbLbbbbbbbbbbbK; " 11 haILbbbbbbbbbH CA6TLK ATCD BEE HIVE GEYSERS l9V9a9&99,98,9&3&9&9&9G99&9&t9&9&9&'S&9Qa0. .pvHE YellowitbBe National Park, embracing: an ares luiy-uur nines wiuc u oui'mu iuiicb lontr, or about 3550 square miles, was set snide by act of tbe United States congress of 1872 as V "grand national play ground, a museum of uuparalieled, indeed, Incomparable marvel, free to all men for all time. It lies in northwes...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 June 1896

-r y," . -v-;t - rt 3 fi.t ' fAtr - m-n-xFmmi&;-Si: . i'fjtqf99aevm-i fvj V ?, - ' . . V THS COUKIXX. 3000000000 oooooooooo; OO TO California lr& u Tourlat Nleeper It is the RIGHT way. Pay more and you are extravagant. Pay less and you aro uncomfort able. The newest, brightest, cleanest and easiest riding Tourist sleepers are used for our &F-&Bf&aTrfttFi . 5 '-' -;j. I sk M BK! If. '- .iLssm 'Ed 'IBS LMB-fBftt5flfiFSSB- P "".! BceSI&VBHLbfl SXJMME! SCHOOL ST 0 Linooln. Normal University, e Lincoln, Nebt OPENS JTS FOURTH SESSION JUNE 15TH, 189G, AND CLOSES AUGUST GTH, 189G, EIGHT WEEKS. PREPARATORY COURSE FOR YOUNG TEACHERS -Classes will be organized at the opening of this term that will specially fit the needs of this class of our patrons. Our regular instructors will have charge of this work. COLLEGE PREPARATORY STUOIE3-Students who desire to make up some Latin, Greek, German, or other studies preparatory to entering college somewhere this fall will find thi...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 6 June 1896

tjfe?. 4T-'.u:pj -v sr: 'SS? ffJ' 7 ?: V a f&k -IS 4 -.' , ',ft.. ,. ' - . ?rf-T &&TZ!zJ r-Jr"- sTJMCOUPUKHr "-Si s3tsS!izryTsfSi&r.K.n'j.''i's.'.-'.-urx X 43 I Wlir not dwn W I -- I Henley, I) K (' F- ?: . - ?ooctiooagX!)sii)a(Be: THESE - -e . .- -- ARE-WHEELS in which the bicycle art reaches each year its highest expression. The builders cannot make them better. Every attribute upon which Fame has been based is there, together with the fruit . of years' of study and progress. 'ie(DS)sS)s m BBBBBBw "aSMhaaw. 9? TM&I IK VyVfT wyJ KVW CtSJ We repair wheels and enamel them in any color, striping, names. monograms.. We navo tne vulcanizer wnicn makes .your old tires good as new. Gall around at the Salsbury block and help yourself to free air for your wheel. While waiting for your tires to be tilled step inside where Emil will be pleased to meet you. EMIL ROHbFP, 212 S. 12 - 8ULPHO-SALINB MVHMMliM COft 14 AND M- OpentrtaU Hours Day and Niglt J . All forms of baths. T...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 June 1896

m it, ' f. re sr- prv .W y v; v' '""'n 'r'sapp VOL 11. N 0 23 &STABLISHBD ifc 1&3 HKICE FIVE CENTb LtNCOLN NBB., SATURDAY. JUNE 13 185C JgH ENTERED IN THE POST OFFICE AT LINCOLN AS SECOND-CLASS MATTKS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY TK COWIER raiNTING AND PUBLISHING GO Office 217 North Elerenth St. Jelephone 384 W. MORTON SMITH SARAH B. HARRIS Editor and Manager AMoeUte Editor Subscription Rates In Advance. Per annum 82.00 Six months 1.00 Three months 50 One month 20 Single copies 5 ure as the present bill when the treas ury is depleted, and when congress has already, in the face of govern ment bankruptcy, exceeded all previous congresses in the profligate appropria tion of the public funds, is a monstrous outrage, and Mr. Cleveland was right In vetoing the bill, and Mr. Strode was right In upholding the president. There is no intention in these remarks to reflect on the Honorable Dick Ber lin. Senator Thurston was not present when the vote on the measure to pro hibit the president...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 June 1896

-'WAt-V'" . .i,r- -- - -? - . THE COURIER. rr-; Highs of all i LeavcM Powers-Late 0. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder AssMMJlEEY PURE Royi of the state have for a great many years been supine victims of the arro gance and selfishness and acquisitive ness of the city of Omaha. Within the Missouri river city there has existed, ever since the capital was removed to - Lincoln, a vengeful spirit of retalia tion and conquest, and year by year, quietly and often insidiously, but in a manner at once constant and 'deter mined, this spirit has been exerted for the profit and upbuilding of Omaha at the expense of the remainder of the state. The people have been quiescent under this policy of conquest. They have allowed Omaha to manipulate freight rates in such a manner as to balld up the business of that city and tear down that of other smaller cities of the state. They have allowed Oma ha to retain control of one United States senatorshlp to the manifest especial advantage of the city of Oma ha....

Publication Title: Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 June 1896

?& g$i?$emfem?'-.-T pt? ?,-. THE COURIER. GMO WHERE SHAfaL WE GO THIS SUMMER? & rV99S9e9S'9A9ft99AA9999'9S9 $m&.;:r BilXrrL5rejr ; lv- ?v . ."' v. -. J KBEEr 8P LSKSawroa f&v- TV HE first B'ege mbking the Yellowstone Park tour leaves niainm tn Hot springs, June 1 at; the last, October 1st. The equipment is the beat obtainable, consisting of Concord coach es of a upeciul pattern, made to tit tho ne. ceseitiesof purk tmvel. While strong and durable, they are light and roomy, easy to get into and o.it of. ; d open at the sides. To reach the ark t) m.-iin line of tho rail road is left at Livingston, from which point a branch lines run to Cinnabar, on its north ern bordir. At Cinnabar the stages of the Yellowstone National Park Transportation Company are taken o Mammoth Hot Springs seven miles dis!tpt. and the first of the natural wonders the tourist has come to see. Mammoth Hot Springs, there are more than seventy-fire of them occupy a mound upwards of 170 acres in exten...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 June 1896

rnnimeeeece DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES FINE PERFUME SHRT tinSTS OBSERVATIONS KLEINKAUF&aEIMES PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS. D8acaiioaii))!Dsfl(i9Cii Dave Mercer as made his calling and election sure by his successful handling of the Trans-Mlsslsslppl bill. He will succeed himself In congress. The pas sage of the bill will start a boom In Omaha that will affect the whole state. Incidentally Lincoln ought to profit by the holding of the exposition in Omaha. President Cleveland is un derstood to have a financial Interest In Omaha. That may account for his haste in signing the bill. Henry Estabrook, he of the chiseled countenance and delicate wit and fine sarcasm and pleasing eloquence, was with us again this week, and, as usual, he scored a triumph. His Lincoln speech, which he delivered on com mencement day, is one of the noted speeches of the present time. It has given Mr. Estabrook wide fame as an orator. It was only a week or so ago that he delivered an address on Ben jamin Franklin In Chi...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 June 1896

,S55v' .wr w . - THE COUftlBR. BtaifUTOH BtyC MUSICAL MENTION t Johk Randolph ""' " nSf .'vs-3 3 ST KR '. "rf- i fe' re n. S - The most Important musical happen ing: of the past week., filled as It has been with the usual round of recitals and concerts at commencement time, was the performance or the oratorio of "The Messiah," by Haendel.on Tues day evening:, June 9, at the Lansing theatre. This work was given under the auspices of the University Music Union of the university of Nebraska, which body consists of the university chorus and orchestra, with the Lincoln Oratorio society and Philharmonic or chestra. It is only just to say, how ever, that the credit for so praise worthy and generally successful an undertaking Is due to Mrs. P. V. M. Raymond, whose indefatigable efforts both past and present, for the promo tion of the best musical art deserve the gratitude of every musician and musical amateur in Lincoln. Without her patient labor at countless rehear sals in guiding uncertai...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 June 1896

8t'?z&q&g&tg3k ' . -V "". -'-- THE COURIER. r L WEANDOURNEGHBORS The program for the season's Chau tauqua at Crete has some unusual features. Miss Olaf Krarer, the lady from Greenland, only three feet and four Inches high and weighing; 100 pounds, will speak on "The domestic life of the Esquimaux women." The prospectus states that she will lecture In the fur robes of the frozen north. If it be hot, let us hope she will not lecture on "The domestic life of the Esquimaux women" In her everyday clothes. She might appear before the audience In costume for a moment just to show ,how her fur wrapper hangs and fits, but she is too little for a big audience to keep in furs on a July day. No doubt Mademoiselle OUf has a dimity dress with big sleeves and a gored skirt or a shirt waist with a black skirt. In which case 1, will be quite as interesting for the Chautauqua part of the Nineteenth century to see how the Fifth century looks in the Nineteenth's clothes as to see It dissolv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 June 1896

W; THB COURIX1L 'i i 1 4l 1 'C ? ?. . v KJ .. --v. IS2'" b- K'. -- .V & i K?' .-"- $ X - Where every tree Is fruiD laden, Every case and shelf 2 SB yM I tells a temp'ing story of the choicest groceries that can r 3$ jiK v be purchasd and at no higher prices than you pay for - y 1 ? jl Ixif oi?1oi? goods 5 m ? We respectfully solicit your patronage and will use our best t an w I endeavors to please you. PROMPT delivery to any part of J m W IK &Lm Witt i Bg C U37 0St. Phon687. . .MW .A-M. -W ...., 3 Zg iJSggSgrggg and slacken speed for country horses, took out for the crossings and make change, requires more than four ex tremities and a brain unnaturally ac tive. I heard such a concentrated of ficer, the other day, ask a lady to ex cuse him for running a few feet be yond the crossing. That was too much. If these men must add politeness to their duties it is certainly worth twenty-flve cents a day more. The state university Is one of the In stitutions that one can turn to with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 June 1896

1 THI CQTJRIJS1L, MeiklejobB.. One of these men will be BwniuteJ for governor. Without dis paraging Judge Hay ward in any way the opinion is freely expressed that Meiklejohn is most likely to be tha aesaiaee. It is felt that the congressman 1ms the requisite ability and dignity and integrity, and that, moreover, ha coHld make a more effective campaign than any other man who is a candidate Mr. Meiklejohn is just now looking after votes and be is getting them. He will come to the state convention with a .large and eataustattc following. W Af .r STOCK REDUCING SALE ELEANOR'S LETTER 1 1 GERALD I II (ill S Lipcota, Neb. , it My Dear Penelope: You say you are getag away for a little while. I wish I aright go with you, hut really Burl ington beach and Lincoln park are such superior places that I can for swear the seashore with fairly good grace. Not many young people have left Lincoln for the summer yet, but the exodus Is beginning, and I am afraid a. good many will work the rail roads or ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 June 1896

Zfr-Cf &?l&hSF. Z&$tp?fi. i V THE COURIER. ' &r(' : W. - ! .it -V ft. Personal Mention John Dorgan visited Denver this week. R. C. Outcalt has gone to Mexico City, Mexico. Miss Mame Carson has returned from Des Moines. Harry Shears of Omaha is the guest of Ralph Haggard. George E. Wakely of Omaha was a Lincoln visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Traphagen have re turned from a visit east. Mr. and Mrs. William Hargreaves visited Beatrice this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Wheeler, Jr., of Omaha was in the city this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Trimble have gone to Princeton and Ottawa, 111. Misses Josephine and Mary Tre malne left Thursday for Perry, Ok. Miss Lotta Lawrence of Pittsburg, Pa., Is the guest of Mrs. J. J. Pyle. Will Raymond and Miss Eleanor Raymond have returned from school. Miss Mae Colson has gone to Fre mont to spend the summer vacation. Mrs. Foss Seacrest and daughter have returned from Hiawatha, Kas. Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Ladd entertained a number of friends Wednesday...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 June 1896

WJSStlS T-jH5 .M. y - . ( R- .rf THI COURIER. i SUMMER BatF - M 1 ' aaaaftafflftdEiiffiffiffiffiffisS'OTOTSSS saaaamf fcsSSsjMt1 ImVEIh -BnBBaaAsmw9aW bbbk i-r. 7 -""r""J w: SGHOOL Is now open in the Lansing Theatre building GRADE WORK Shorthand, Typewriting, Commercial course, Mathematics History, btin, English and German. Grades accept ed at University and High School Chamberlin Commercial College, Lansing Theatre Building, Lincoln. !Xs& vurat mm l ' 1 1 1 1 lVTfci MISS ALICE HUNTER Accredited teacher of Latin at the State University t . . , , . , t, H. W. QUAINTANCE. former principal of Commercial Depart ment of Northern Illinois College. ....,, C. M. SKILES,four years experience in teaching the higher brandies. MISS NELLIE CLARK, German and French. J. C OLSON, Penmanship andbook keeping 11IEM 11 CHIN II LIIIX WES BEGIN JUNE 15 M. Ackermann has gone to Dead wood, S. D.. for a visit. C. a Fletcher of Spokane, Wash., Is -visiting his parents in Lincoln. Mrs. Jane Walker of Terr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 June 1896

Pr?PlF5T . -' S. ' 0!. i THX COURIER. "3 K fvfO jf?s? . X v - .. - V - &,- 'O :-' . X-' ".-- F "s 10 6 & SG r - Of SPilD0R The Great 10 cent store in their new quarters, lowering skies are but a foil for the brightness and elegance that reign in their displaying Lincoln, has never before had such an array of useful articles and novelties as is now seen at their new place. If you step in you will certainly find something that you want among the thousands of ' different articles. The great 10 cent store I nmm o - N0V1R 0UO BUGQ.N TOP Made SJ-w Buggy top trimmings, cushions and dashes always on band and made to order. If your buggy top needs fix ing bring it around. Will guarantee you perfect satis faction, both in work and price. - 1191 P. St. HIGH ART BICYCLES Acknowledge no equal, no peer. They have proven to be not only ' as the best" but actually the very best wheel made. Call at 1217 O and examine them 'good Insure your wheel in the American Wheelman's Protective associat...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 13 June 1896

'"vi "T Fstr.:f ,: - - --r-j I --Jr -r r A" TH1 COURIER. FOR CLEANING THE SCALP a Sr Removing Dandruff, preventing the hair from turning gray, and pro moting a luxuriant growth, no finer thing can be used than the electric treatment, given by Mrs Demarest at Herpolsheimer'8 store -: - The Courier is on sale in Omaha at Megeath'e stationery ' store, 1308 Farnam street. TMt raaa a slenaMy car qniekir. permanency a nervous dlaeaae. Wok Xeaiurr, Lum of Brain Power, BNtelM. Wakef aliwae. Eet VludttT. NlcnUy KaUa- atom. eH oreams. impoieticr ana niuw auciwi oeaeea By RNKBtrnorxe(K.CoBtaluDoopUtea.lsBBerratalp ad Masai liariMer. Makeatbepaleandpunyftrnacandpliimp. MIt eanlefl In rmt pockPt. SI per box; f or Br sal Ipre aM.M(aavrU(riewAramtMartiuMUVfTfuiid. Wrttena.fV'ee miFa pmin wrapper, wiia muisoBiiB ru ISaanrlalatanmnc AVtckanwnremumttaMon. Btwanpfimff ttiuMwanMtfMUfMtmiimm.lMaAIwab.aiaCfc araatetaUaooln.Neb..by H. W.SUOWK. Drnsglet. T J riroi?po Jte Go., GENERAL BIOYOLE REPAIREBS in a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 June 1896

jp--o "- r'ri ? ' fa. rr- - r ,. t '&- - x- '3 - , .? &--- A " 1 ..v f -i" r VULH.NO 24 "Sf"55 TMMgintoii wneiAiiawu iiamnMUHiuna PUBLI8HKD STKKT 8ATUBDAT ik eMiER raiiniM an pihisiim OSes 2 North Kltrwth St. Telephone 384 W.MOSTON SMITH Wltorudllttaw SAKAHB. Hpt Anorist Mflat Subscription Rates In Advance. FwaamaB ffOO Six souths 100 Three month 69 Ow Month 90 8faf copies MtMMMMeMeMMM OBSERVATIONS Ten days more and the republican party of this state will meet in conven tion for the purpose of nominating: a full state ticket A grave responsibility is upon the party. It is a matter of great importance that the electoral vote of Nebraska be cast for William Mc Klnley. The way to Insure that result Is to closely scan the list of candidates and select as the standard bearers of the party in this year's campaign the biggest, brainiest, cleanest, ablest men who can be found. It is important that men of this sort should hold state of fices and It is important that proper candidates...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 June 1896

-w???. mm j O 4 TH.C0URIEK. k ISC , s !:.- Bighnt of all m 1 mtmmc PowerLatest U.S. Gort fceposj RiS AaMUTUVNiE t . ' "- 'seSwij Mr. Bole's greatest ladles' paper the world has ever seen. Mr. Harrison remained quietly In Indianapolis, but another politician of national fame, a man less substantial than Harrison, but more scintillating, was Induced to become a special newspaper corres pondent for the time being and the "statesman out of a job" has sent out erne stuff that made the wires warm. Mr. iBgalls has passed the -week In close juxapostion to Matthew Stack-'em-up Quay and Thomas Corrall-'em Piatt and even with the example of Marcus Amrellus Hanna before him it Is 'possible that the ex-senator from Kansas still adheres to his celebrated declaration that "purity In politics Is an iridescent dream." . But Mr. Ingalls was not the only great man who helped make the wait ing public acquainted with the details of the work in St. Louis. Mr. Rose water telegraphed his paper that he had ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 June 1896

' . ifqesf v vj$ ': - -f- If-" THX COURIER. pep Face to Face ti 1- .--V'- ,v Wt- A " 5i--. '- '- , y 3kv- L"?' i r. 8"- " & - J- i arfV. Vj!-.?. .Withthe.gfeatest bargains you have ever seen with exceptionally and very special "- - nriro oHwrfinnc mt ronnnt holrt hur invocficoto - r':fK ' ..' . . . Economy demands it . 'V. - BIGHATSAbE ' !, if i - . r : - : : s ! I fAt Browning King & Co's this week Entire stook being closed out at cost. New Spring stiff hats, soft hats -straw hat8,r caps, etc. for men and boys and children Nothing reserved. EVERYTHING GOES AT 60ST II SI. Ron m any application for offloe from this state. The nominee of the republican con vention Is, In many respects, a remark able man. Not since the days of Lin coln and Grant has a public man In this country become such a popular Idol, and Lincoln was brought to public notice under unique conditions, and Grant was made a public hero through the events of the civil war. Blaine blazed a more or less spectacula...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 June 1896

WKS WgSW " k r-t-ai .-. '" --"" CSJH -' -r '.. & -aV TH COURIER. mm - ' .1 J" rr The unanimity which prevails 'la the national convention foreshodowes it is believed, an overwhelming victory at the common polls. The nominee for vice president, Mr. Hobart, is properly placed, geograph ically, and he is known as a loyal re publican and public spirited citizen. Sir. Reed would have been generally acceptable, but he wouldn't have It, and Mr. Morton's nomination would have been inadvisable owing to the Piatt domination. Altogether the re publican convention was the most satisfactory of recent years. The present standard is gold. The existing standard means gold. The republican party believes in the main tenance of the existing standard. Therefore It is eminently fit and proper Chat the platform should declare for the gold standard. It is not republican policy to beat the devil around the stamp. Now for the clear cut Issue sound money vs. free coinage of silver. -There is plenty of ro...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 20 June 1896

Y THI COHKIKR. ( . ?: z' ?'- .f ; l : ? 2 .-" ST: s. ' Sir t ev -'3M-. -.... 2 tTTrrmrittitritfMfflii HI jP bOCIAL AND PERSONAb 1 The fifth annual commencement ex ercies of Union college, given at the church at College View Monday night, were of unusual excellence. The keen Interest shown by the friends and pat rons of the college was greatly appre ciated by the faculty and graduates. The exercises were opened up by the Hagenow string quartet, who gave "Meditation," by Fauconier. The Hagenow string quartet next gave "Minute Celebre," from Boc cherinL The invocation was given by Elder Parnsworth. String quartet "Largo," by Haydn, was next given by the Hagenow quar tet very acceptably. Prof. O. W. Cavlness of Battle Creek, Mich., gave an address on "Making the Most of Life." The violin solo by August Hagenow, "Romania," in F, by Beethoven, was rendered with his usual skllL Elder White presented the following with diplomas: Classical. W. C. Newton, Miss Clara Shepherd. Scientific, Miss...

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