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ILRRQTH. Page 17-Rum' AUGUSTUS V. HEELEY. " 18- " I9 Chapters instead of I7 Chapters. H 26- ff G1coRm-: S. FLANIDERS, A T. " 26- " GEORGE C. BAKER, 'If T. " 26- " CHARLES F. BRIDGE, 'I' T. f' 26- " J. C. IL. Sco'1"1', A T. ff 33- H YVILEY LEE ATHEY. -' 49- " FRED E. IIAWKES. U 49- " AI.liER'I' B. VAN VOAST. " 59- '- VERCY C. MESERVE. " 71- H IJ. S. Vookm-:Es instead of N. I.. BATES. " 89- " 'l'RAcv H. R0liER'I'SON. Ofvissiovs- Page I8-HARVARD ,...... Harvard University U 44--IOHN F. Wn.REsoN, KA, liuffnlo. " 44-EDWARD JAY PERKINS, A A 45, Amsterdann. " 49-FRED I.. CARROLL, A A 45, Johnstown, 22 M. S. S. C. " 49-ALEXANDER j. MCIJONAI.D, Schenectady, 9 N. Center St. " 49-HOWARD 'l'. MosHER, W T, Albany, Collonade " 49-SIDNEY J. LOCHNER, Lockport. " 28-Prof JAMES R. TRUAX, . . . Recording Secrelary " 28-JOHN C. VAN VoAsT, . Corresponding Secretary N rl ai' 97 113 -,., - Q. 'UNION ifNfVm1'gs1mY. The Qawiysl, GREEK LETTER EEATERNlTlES Tm.-.i. UNION COLLEGE. '9O. xf'evrit..11vg13 xxxv. Stand hrmly-stauul nohly, thro' sunshine mul stormg 'l'here are true hearts around thee, and bright skies above theeg May thy laturels, well won, he ibrever well worn, Aml glorious thy nauue to the thousanrls that lovc thee, PILIYQBH HIP MASON GL ROCKWELL svlmcusw, N. Y. , ,...,.,...,-,,-,H U L v W + W 315 To Qui' fclovccz' Z?rc.sz'a7crz6, gr. jfarrison Zcfpcbsfer, this 27005 is 7?e0crer:fz'aIlg gcdicabci by H20 Gfditom H goemn off EDITORS. VVl1.i.mM S. CASSIDY CLARENCE JOHNSON, lCmviN F. lheiclfolm Gizoiuzis 1-l. CLu'1'E, li. BROWN BAKER, JOHN W. BURR, . GEORGE C. BAKE 11, 7 7 '90 !:'lfflw'-i11- Chhyf lw'n.vi1n'.i'.r lrllifnr. A.r.v'! lv'11.x'i11r.vx l!'1I'I'fllI'. Aggoclerle Qcllloreg. vf r '9l- Low School. Beta Theta Pi Alpha Delta Phi Phi Della. Theta . Psi Upsilon . Delta Phi Delta Upsilon Phi Delta Phi I would the gift. I oFf'e1' lJGX'G Nligilmh gvcxces lf'r'om hljy fiwol- hnlce, Zxnd, seen hlnyrouglm Frienclsl1iI1's uhxnoslmhcru-Q, Un soF'tened liners uqd colon-ing, wean' The UDEICCUNKOITJGCI liglulz of' lmeauhiy, Por- thy sake 'Nw NF' f- rl' . --. 1 E C MN the annual publication . I 5. Y 254 F-T ii .1 o tie Greek I,etter Fraterni- of Union is presented to her friends, hut under new and, A though work of this kind ew to most of us, still we l me to rellect credit upon the cass which we represent and nhieh deserves our hest efRJrtsg 'tt least we will endeavor to in- troduce into our work nothing of 1 questionable character or of 1 vulgar or uurehned tone. As editors, we have endeav- EQDITORIHL. . ' -f , . ,S M ii' I i Q M4 I N . . 5 we trust, favorable auspices. 1 ffl' J A -Q I is n g t .5 it X f va l I . f 5 1 l, ' I ' ' t W N l X 1 ored to give a correct state- ment, as nearly as possihle, of the difterent institutions now existing at Union. A very important event has taken place since the last GARNIUI' ap- peared, and it is with great pleasure that we mention it. lJr. Harrison li. Wehster has returned to his Alma Mater, not to hll his old position as professor of natural sciences, hut to he our official head our President. 3 The decided improvements which have heen made in the short time that he has occupied this position seem indicative ofa hright future for old Union. President Wehster has already gained the confidence of hoth alumni and tmdergraduates, and has awakened among the alumni an interest which had never died, but merely sleptg while rw firmly believe that in the near future Union will again be ranked, where it truly belongs, among the first of American colleges. Our readers will find a sketch of the life of President Webster in this publication, and we feel sure that all of our friends will join in thanking Professor Wells for this favor. No changes have been made in the faculty during the past year, but numerous and beneficial changes have been made in the curriculum which place us fully up with the times. It is said that mental and moral development should go together an-d we find this true to a con- siderable extent at Union. The chapel exercises have been made par- ticularly interesting and instructive by ,President Webster, while the weekly religious meetings conducted by Professor A. S. Wright are un- doudtedly productive of much good. ln harmony with the increased activity in the mental and moral development we notice a steady and rapid advancement in athletics. Our baseball team was quite generally considered the equal of any in the league, and many victories were secured. Our football team did excellently well for one with so little experi- ence, and we look forward to next year's contests with considerable con- fidence. The New York State Intercollegiate Athletic Association will hold their animal field day with Union and under her supervision. Such a state of general prosperity exists with us. Now it remains but for us to return hearty thanks to Mr. Barstow, who designed our cuts, and to all others who have aided in our work, and then, with a friendly greeting to our sister classes, and a Godspeed to old Union, we submit our work to the GARNIBT readers. U -:fap.'i-:5'bgng,C-41 mxffq 1- 6122 llwakewnikieg ak Union 524 546 Omlera OF Hgeiw Qgkabliglgmenk GIJIDIIII GRI-IIOIIII-112, . DEIITGI PHI. . . . UOUNDED 1827 U Pbe. FPQJIPGS iIp Hou. Ar.RxANnI:R TIIOMSDN Hon. JOIIN Kmvms PAIGII. JAMES H, LYON, A..M. GICOIIGIG MAXON, A.M. EDWARD W. SMITII, A.M. Lmzov LI-:ARNIIII CAMIIRON. NEIISON WIIIIIIAM WAI'l', J E. BROWN BARIIR. PT,-inf! College. 7 R. Prof. SIIINRY Ii. ASIIIIIQRII, PlI.D Ilon. VVIIIIIIAM lf. SIvII'I'II. Dr. WVILLIAM I'II:RSoN. Guo. O, VAN DII BoQAR'I', A,M Dr. IIIIRMAN V, MYNIJI-:Rs,I-1. Serpiorvg. VIIIIIII' SMITII DoRIIoN. :"'l'oII1 MQDORE. BDIQIOPS. IWVILIIY IJIII4 A,'l'lIl'ZY. IFCIIARLIIS .IQ mmnn DAY. Sopbomorffeg. JAMIIS ld. DIGWIIIY. Fwegbmep. Ann J. PRIIs'I'. AlIISldlC'l' MII.I.IIR BANRIIR. EIIW GIIIIRGII VVARNICK WAl'l'. 11 THE.: A l.PuA, Bmw, . G AMMA, . Dicm'A, . EPSILQN, . Zmux, . ETA, . LAMnn,x, N U, . X I, . Om xenon, . DELTA PHI FRHTERNITY. Qbaplero Roll. . . Union College, 1827 . . Brown University, 18338 University of New York, 1841 . Colnnnlwiu College, 1842 . . liutgers College, 1845 . . 11lL1'Vil.1'L1 College, 1845 . Univcrsilly of Vennsylvzinin, 1849 Runs. Polyteczlxnie Institute, 1864 . . Lolnigli University, 1884 . John Hopkins, 1885 . . . Yule University, 1889 12 4 PSI UPSILON. 61-IEVITA QSPIAPTITER, . GISIMIILISHISD Isaacs. Regiderpf Memberflg. l'I'oII. SAIIIUIIL W. JAoIcsoN, .IAIIIES IG. DAVIS, J. AI.II:xANm:R LYIJN, l1IoI1A'I'Io G-. GLIIN, E'l'llAN A. NIAXON, WILLIAM GIIIIIQIIII, BA II'I'LII'I"I' W III'I'LooIi, FIIANIQ BIAXON, G-IIOIIIIII B. IJUSIINIIIIIIIIII, f':'l'III-:oIIoIIII TIILIIIIAS BAY LUN, UIIAIILI-Is WIcsI.I-:Y CIJLVI-zu, JOIIN M YIIIIS ,l4'IIIIIvIAN, GIIOIIIIII IIAIIIIIS CLII'I'I:, l.IImIIIIII'I' CIIANIIALL DIIPIIV 1l7I'oF. W IGN IJIILLL LA IxIOIIoLIx, Prof. JAMES R. TIIUAN, Prof. 'l'IIoIsIAs W. WNII:II'I', Prof. BI-:N.IAIvIIN H. RII-'I'oN, Prof. AII'I'III1Ic S. WIcIGII'I', fl'IIoIsIAs U. 'l"ou'I'II, AIIONZO W. WIIIIIILIIII, IGLIIII-:II IG. VEIILIIII, JoIIN T. B. G-ILIvIoUII. . SGIQIOPS. :IQRICIIAIUP IIIINWINIII G-ILLI-:sI'II:, ":WII.I.IAM 'I'IzAm' PII-:I:suN, DOMINIIIIIS STIIYIIIIII VUIIIIIIIIIIS . SUQIOPS. Flildllldllllfli EIIIIIIIII' IIAWIQIILS, llowAIcIz 'l'owNsIINIv MIISIIIJII, ALIIIIIVII BIINSIIN VAN 'VoAs'I'. Sopbomorveg. :':MoR'I'IIIIIf:II GIIIIIIIIII: BAIINIIY, :':LoIIIs ICIIWARII ROE, TIIAGY 1loIvIII'I' RoIIIIII'I'suN, :FG-II1oIIuII AIIIIIIIQHII Rooms. Fwegbmep. VVILIIIAM DENISIIN CUI.vIf:Ic, RAI' HI-:I.IIcwI'I'II IIIIWIS, CIIARLIIS WIIITMAN HILLS, PI-:ucv ULAIIIQ MIcsI-:IzvIf:, G-OUIIIIIINIIUII FIIANIQ MIISIIIIR, UIIAIILIIS WILLIAM TRUMIIUI-L. Y--Tignollugc. 13 Psi UPs1L.oN BRQTERNITY. 'l'lnc'l'A, Di-:l,'l'A, . l3r:'rA, . SIGMA, . G-AMMA, Z1-:'rA, . LAMBDA, . KAPPA, . Psi, . Xl, . 'lgALl'llA, . U1-sn.oN, lo'rA, . Pin, . "'OMlcuA, . Pl, . Cin, . . Bwrli Br:'rA. . Ei-A, . . ' flfeiu. Qbsprep Ron. University ol' piers. l4 . Union College I,l1e City of New York . . Yale College . Brown University . Amherst College . DlLl'l'mOllll1 College . Columbia College Bowdoin College . llzmmilton College . Wesleyan University . Hnrvzu'd University University of Rochester . Kenyon College University of Mieliignn University of Chicago University of Syracuse . Cornell University . . Trinity College . Lehigh University W, ik I N U XJ 11-Yllgzi' ERQQMM xLr7,rl"' xyfxqn fm x xNmfffGcxxM W Wwmfumf N w we A X! f" W 41 is Wg 5 QQJYL9 1 5 35 5, A XY x IW 7 J F X t be 3' U X56 4 N D5 D :N "' 9 7 E7 mi Aufaaa. 9 Tnosmvy K ,gg , , M, ,, 'li I .x -, ml ' Q5 W! , I -fx u, 44 X , x , 'V 'V w in ' Jr' .bl 'Jr' K K. . 'F ' . x. , TIC YV .4 QQ' t V , f -- Ax-V W ,J , W? , PAMf',,+f" lf wr" 5-w WM, 4' W N , FQ' ' 1 . ,' , ,mt ' 2 .Mya 4, ms, W f ' 4 W ' 1 QW? KX! 4' x ,mf ' A w A4 ' Q W !ff.W5,er,:A V ' nu. An b u U ,,.,. .-.YV, 0 - . , -V LK l',' vi- R ' 44 , 3 V V 4 fag, haf M , N"i ' -:V V ' 'V 2.2.2 427' fu? M31 .' ,,, f u' .1 . rwqu lpnu ,. f 71,1111 1 DELTA UPSILON. UNION G3HAIDmER, . . CSVITABIJISHED 1833. Kegiderpi' Memberbg. lion. JUIJSON S. lJANnoN, .R0lllCR'l' If. LANDON, A.M., Hon. Joslaru 13. GRAIIAM, VVILLIAM P. LANDON, Rom-:wr Fmmlclz, NLD., Emvmm C. VVIll'l'MEYER, MAli'I'lN l'. SWART. 5-erpiorffg. Gmoum: Wn.1.mM FAIIIIHIIICVIC, 'VMAX Mummz SMITH, CIIARLICS Illmlcv l"1,,xNmAN, .Il-:sslc HAK:-:R SNOW, SOPVJOFTQOPSS. .Imm Wm.l,s BIIRR, Cxmlzmcs lflsrclfr, Jn., Hlullmw WAl.mzuN CHURCH, Wl1.l.lAM A.LEXANlll4IR MuDoNAl,n :ILVVILIJAM G'll.IIER'I' Ronmvrs. Frffegbmerp. Gr:onmc Ilwwnv 'I"uum-:urc, .Enwm OSCAR Smrru, Amcxmmm Omz, IPRANK VVHll'l'I.lC, HUMIGR BRlNClil'lRIl0I4'l" VVILLIAMS. + Left College. I5 DELTQ UPSILON RRQTERNITY. W'u.r.rAMs, . IINION, . 11AMlhTON, . .Amuwusq . lknmnnmnw, . Cobnv, . llocunsvmn, . hlnnumnuag Rwrmzns, . BIIOWVN, . 51AIHSON, Tqmxv 1r0RK, C1cm1zr4vc1,r, NTARIHTTA, Svmazuzsllz, h4unuuAN,. N0li'l'llWlCS1'11I1iN, . 1IARVARD,. VV1SUONSlN, LAFAYETTW CoLunnuA, . Lmnun, . 'PUFTQ . DuPAuw,. . . IINIVERMTY or PENNSYLVANIA, . 16 1834 1838 1847 1847 1847 1852 1852 1856 1858 1860 1865 1865 1869 1870 1873 1876 1880 1880 1885 1885 1885 1885 1886 1887 1887 ' UL6-95.0 Q55 Su , I? 000 QQ 'f Q' 2' I ,gftv , V l 9. -Q I ,1 r eg: an V, 5 ek- Key I x7 ""' J ffff ,f -sg 4 " Y, f t 1 N 0 1' c 4 F ' R' C pi s I' ,+G P p FV , Qi, Phe- f - x x.-A "' V . r f ,Ns M, Z' N W 1, Ax 'J W 'Av ma ww" QLPHFI Dmfra PHI. UNION GHAPVBER, . . . , GSVITABIJISHED 1859 Regiderpf Bwofhewg. Hon. J. A. DI-1 REM:-zu, A.M., C.E., Prof. S. B. How:-1, A.M., I'l1.IJ. A 1,oNzu P. S'rnoNu. A.M., l.L.B., FnANm.1N R. 'l'm.r., AJS., l"RANKl.lN W. NIGU1.l1ll.I.AN, AJS., JAMES A. VAN VUAN1-, lmwls li. QJARNSICY, LM: W. CASE, EINVIN C. ANGLE, APB., LLB., 1lA1moN W. Vmrmm, JOHN C. VAN VOABT, A.l3. Serplori-5. Idmvmm 'I'nlm1'm,1.o'r CA1uml.1., "'Aum:us'rUs V. ll:-1:-1m:x, JAm:s JIOWVARD llANsoN, 'Fld1:Nr:s'r VAN l'r:msoN, :l:.EllWARD JAY 1'1mlclNs. Bbapiorvg. JOHN IANA BnNN1a'1"r, Jr., Cx.Am:Ncn: JOHNSON, lfm-an. LINUS CAluxol.1., :FSAMUEL EnuAn 'l'mu'l,m'oN, Sopbonporffeg. liourzwx' Cl.l'2Nll'IN'l'S7 :FAli1'llUl! Dr:NxsoN llum., 'l'uomAs l4l'l'l,l'I WAl.m:1:. Fwegbmerp. Grzonmc l'h:nluf:n'1' DAl.r:v, J Ames W ALKICR. ' Left College. 17 Zirmea Demi Pl-51 FRQTERNIW. Hounnem Am Yjzimrnmon Gonmezee, 1832. HAMILTl!N, COLUMBIA, . AMlIEliS'l', BRUNONIAN, YALE, . Henson, . Bowoom, . DAli'l'MOU'I'II, PENINSULAR, Rooiinswn, VVILLIAMS, . MANllAT1'AN, NTIDDLETOWN, KHNYON, . UNroN, ColcNE1,I,, Pm Kiwxm, Jonus llomcms, I7 Chapters. 1 Qbapiere Roll. . Hamilton College . Columbia College . Amherst College Brown University Yule University . Adelbert College . Bowdoin College . Dartmouth College 'University of Michigan . Rochester University . . Williams College . College of City of New York . . Wesleyan University . Kenyon College . Union College Cornell College . . . Trinity College Jolms Hopkins University 18 Apliir M, m ay '+A Wfbrxqg, , . W Q mm W "' I ,S ,U , P ' ..,, H: ' I- GTV f' ,Q 'Q xg 4, t lf" 5 , v ii jku: '1 . Ate .A BETH TH ETH PI. UNION 61-II-HPYITER, . . . . GSYIT1-LBIJISHED 1881. Fwahbeg hp Urvbe. WM. B. LANDRETI1, A.B., C.E. FRANCIS E. CRANE, A.B., C.E HERBERT C. IIINDSI A.B. .TOIIN E. CLUTE. KEL'roN C. RADLIEF, A.B. ALLEN J. DIIIIIINGIIAM, A.B. GEORGE W. BAREYDT, A.B. FREDERICK C. CLARK, M.E. GEORGE W. VAN VRANKEN, Ph.B. Serpiorbg. ARTHUR M. HARDER, ROBERT H. WAEIIEURNE. Buryiorbg. "'.TonN W. OARMIOIIAEL, WILLIAM J. HARDRR, WIIILIAM S. CASSEDY, 'BTIIOMAS C. IIARWOOIJ, FREDERICK LACY Comsrrocrc, YFWILLIAM D. Rowmcv, NORMAN D. Flsu. Sopbomoroeg. IAIOWARD CONANT, .TAMI-Is W. FERGUSON, '!'JToIIN W. MIKIIIS, Frfeghmerp. EIJWARII S. COONS, JEREMIAH V. WEMPLE. S'I'EI'IIEN G. Dom. Cazhcft College. Hjcconscd. lea ALPHA, BETA, GAMMA, DELTA, EPSILON, Zr:1'A, ETA, Tm1:'rA, Io'rA, K APPA, LAMBDA Mu, . NU, X I, QETH THEM PI FRHTERNITY. Flourxmso Am QDIAMI, 1839. U Roll or Active Qbepiepg. . . . . . . Miami University, Ohio . .... Ohio University Washington and Jefferson College . . De Pauw University, Ind. . Centre College, Ky. . Hampton-Sidney, Va. Harvard University, Mnss. Ohio Wesleyan University Hanover College, Infl. Brown University, R. I. . University of Michigan Cumberlnnrl University, Tenn. . . . Union University . . Randolph-Macon College, Vu. 20 Omcnos, . PI, Ruo, . SIGMA, . TAU, . UPSll,ON, . Pun, . CHI, Psi, OMEGA, . ALPHA AIAPIIA, . ALPHA BETA, ALPHA GAMMA, . A LPIIA DELTA, A LPIIA EPSILON, ALPHA ETA, ALPHA IKAPPA, ALPHA LAMBDA, . ALPHA NU, ALPHA Pi, . ALPHA SionA AIil'll.X CHI, ALPHA Bi-:'rA, BH'rA BH'rA, . BwrA GAb1LiA BETA DICINA, , . 1 . University of Virginia . . Indiana State University Northwestern University, lll. Stevens Institute of Tech., N. J. . . Wabash College, Ind. . . Boston University . University of Penusylvaniia . Beloit College, Wis. Bethany College, W. Va. . University of California Columbia College, N. Y. . Iowa State University . Wittenberg College, Ohio Westiniuster College, Mo. . Iowa Wesleyan University . Denison University . Richmond College, Va. University of Wooster, Ohio . University of Kansas University of Wisconsin . . Dickinson College, Pa. Johns Hopkins University, Md. . . Kenyon College, Ohio . University of Mississippi . Rutgers College, N. J. . Cornell University, N. Y, BETA ZETA, BETA ETA, . Bl-in '1'nE'rA, BETA KAPPA, 'l'Hn'rA DEMA, . Bmw NU, . BETA Tom, BETA LAMnnA . St. Lawrence University . . Maine State College . Madison University, N. Y- Western Reserveg Ohio Ollie State University Texas State University . Amherst. College, Mass. , . Vanderbilt., 'l'enn. 22 hP9"'9Sv56e'56" uunrm . vuxnk wffpyrqymf PHIDELITF1 THET?-I. DEW UORR BEIIIA. GISEABEISHED 1883 Regiderpf Memberog. LEVI CASE FEI.'rIIoUsEN, J.,EDwAR1m SWANKI-Ili, Aggocicffe Membew. ARCHIE RANDALL CONOVI-JR, IKHENRY WAIQIJ BRIGGS, JOHN CALVIN ICNOX, f"TIENRY Gm-:NN DEAN, JAMES M. DRURY, AR'I'IIUR IXDUGALL, CLARENCE S. .HAR'l', 'Left College. PROP. CHARLES BROWN. Seryiorvg. FRANK W. BLESSING, MICIIAIEIA NOLAN. Bmpiopg. I FREH. WARD BIEOWN, IGDWARD FURGUSON PICKFORIJ GEO. CARMICIIAEL STEXVART. Sopbomoloeg. .fonN SMIEEY. Fwegbmerp. BUR'roN FISHER, ARCH. C. PIOKEORII, 23 PEI DELTZ-I THETH FRHTERNITY. MAINE AIIPIIA, N. H. ALPIIA, . 'VERMONT ALPHA, . MASSACIIUSET1'S ALPIIA, NEW YORK ALIIIIA, . NEW YORK BETA, , NEW YORK GAMMA, . NEW YORK DELTA, NEW Yom: EPSILON, . PENNSYLVANIA ALPIIA, PENNSYLVANIA BETA, PENNSYLVANIA GAMMA, PI-:NNBYLVANIA DELTA, PENNSYLVANIA EPSILON PENNSYLVANIA ZETA, PENNSYLVANIA ETA, VIREINIA ALRIIA, VIRGINIA BETA, . VIRGINIA GAMMA, . VIRGINIA DELTA, VIRGINIA EI-sILON, . NORTH CAROLINA BETA, SOUTH CAROLINA BETA, GEORGIA AIIPHA, GEORGIA BETA, GEORGIA GAMMA, ALAIKAAIA ALPHA, . ALAIIAMA l3I':TA, lVi'lSSlSSIPl'l ALEIIA, TEXAS BETA, . TENNESSIIZE ALI-IIA, . TENNESSEE BETA, Qhopiers Roll. Colby University . Dartmouth College . University of Vermont . Williams College . Cornell University . . Union College . College of City of New York . . Columbia College Syracuse University . Lafayette College Pennsylvania College . W. 55 J. College . . Alleghany College . . Dickinson College University of Pennsylvania . . Lehigh University . Roanoke College University of Virginia . R. 8z M. College Richmond College . . Virginia M. I. . University of North Carolina . South Carolina. College . University of Georgia . Emory College . . Mercer College . University of Alabama State College of Alabama University of Mississippi . University of Texas . . Vanderbilt College . . University of the South '24 KENTUGICY ALI'IIA, lilCNTUOKY DIaI,'rA, OIIIO ALPIIA, . OHIO BI-:'rA, . OIIIo GALIRIA, Onio DFllI'l'A, . OIIIo ErsII,oN, . QJIIIO ZIc'I'A, . INDIANA AIIPIIA, . lNlJlANA lin'rA, INDIANA GAMMA, lNlJlANA DIcI.'1'A, INDIANA EI-sII,eN, INDIANA Zl1l'l'A, llllClllGAN Al.I'llA, NIICIIIGAN BIs'rA, AIXCIIIGAN C AMAIA, lI,I,INoIs D1-:I,TA, II,I,INoIs EI-sII,oN, lI,I.INoIS ZIc'rA, WIseoNsIN AI,I'IIA, NllSSOURl AI.I-IIA, Missoum lil9'l'A, KANSAS ALI-IIA, IOWA AI.:-IIA, . IowA l2Ie'rA, NlGlll!1KSliA ALPIIA, ll'IINNESO'l'A AI.rIIA, CAIIIII'oIzNIA AI.I-IIA, 61 Ch uptcrs. .li Center College Central University Miami llniversity . O. W, University Ohio University University of Wooster liuelitel College Ohio State University Indiana University Wabash University . Butler College Franklin College Hanover College De Panw University University of Michigan State College of Michigan . Hillsdale College . 'Knox College . Illinois W. llniversity . Lombard College University of Wisconsin University of Missouri WVestminster College University of Kansas . Iowa W. University State University of lowa . University of Nebraska University of Minnesota . University of California THE LEGAL 17RA1'ERNITY OF PHI DIILTSI PHI. FIOUNDED I-U11 THHE UNXVERSITDY OI-T QIGHIGAN, 1869. JAY CHAPTER. ESTABLISI-IEID ----- 1884. Kegiderpf Bwofbewg. JoIIN P. CASSIIIY, CIIAIILI-:S C. COUNTRYMAN, A K IE, VVIIILIAM S. DYIII1, Rom-:I:'I' A. Fosmox, J. SIIEIAION FROST, Gmonam S. FLANIIIIIIS, A . ,1 II ALFRIIII A. GUTIIIIIII, HORACPI KIc'I'cIIIcIsI, GI-IORGI: T. KELLY, VVIIILIAM NICICLROY, A K IC, CLIaMIcN'I' G. MAR1'IN, A A T, LOUIS W. PRATT, KA, GIIOIIIII-1 M. SOUTIIWICK, GIIOIIGII W. SWIDMAN, WIIILIALI MCM. SPIJEII, CIIAIILIQS B. '1'I-:MI'I.m'oN, A A IP, MAX WI-IIQNAI-IR, JOIIN YOUNIIS ANDREWS, Grconus CoIsIs'rocK BANIIII, Y' 71 CIIAIzI.Ics FIIANCIS BIIIIIIII-1 I'l'I, 'If l', M1Kl!K ASHLEY CALnwI:I.L, MAII'I'IN DAVIS, A K ld, EDWIN DI-:WIIY IIOWII ISI, Y 'IQ Fm-In Coomm I'IUIIIIELL,' '59 VVILLIAM ANIII:mvS PARSIIALI. ICI, A CIIAIILIIS OIILANIJQ PIIA'I"r IP. C.I, AI,III:Iz'I' RA'I'IInuNII,f1 A Q, K I JACUII CIIAIILIIS ELGAII SCO'l"l', A 'l', ALANSON PAIGII SMI'I'I:, JAcoIz LANSING TI-:N Evclc IGI, SIIEIII IIAN PAUL WAI'I'I1:, EDWAIIII CYIIUS WALKI-zlc, JN. 26 KENT, Boorn, . l3icNJAM1N, Sronv, . Coomzv, Pom-mov, JAY, MARSIIALI., Wmsswn, HAMIl4'PON, G IIISON, Cirokrn, . Qlfaoplen Roll. University of Michigan, Chicago Law School, lllinois Wesleyan University, Columbia College, . St. Louis Law School, University of California, . Union University, Alb Nb 215 215 slhslk mv mv Coluinbian Law School, Boston University, Cincinnati Law School llnivcrsity of Pennsylvania, llarvarml University, Yale University, Cornell University, University of New York, Baltimore University, Y 27 S12 Sli 4,9 We? Sub S 0 415 415 S12 S12 S22 S12 VN 71? 41? VN Sl? SS SW Sl? IIN IIN WAV AX Alb Alb Zi? WTS S12 S12 71? 41? 1869 1877 1878 1881 1882 1884 1884 1884 1885 1886 1886 1887 1888 1888 1888 1888 PHI BETH KHPPZI1 SOCIETY. FOUNDED AT WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE I776. FIIJPHA OPI DEW 901214, . . CSYITABIJISHED, 1817 Qliixlicer'-15. President, . . Hon. J. A. Dm Hmmm! Vice-President, Rev. W. D. MAXKDN '1'1'ens11l'c1', . . . H0lm'rIo G. GLEN Recording Secretary, . - Jolm C. VAN VOAS1' Qlecfed Trvom Hue Qlagg 0? '55 Crmlzmcs W. BLESSING, . SEELE W. I.u'r1'LI-2, PHILIP H. Come, Enwm H. WINANS. 28 THE, KEY min QOFFIN. ,A MiUFf14Um0DFnr1W5 Nm nm " 'gy wa 'M ,pw fq, -ifiito, 1 'N' rm if : w ' SENIOR SOGIETDY. Qwaduafe Bwofber-5 C. F. Bluncnc , VV. G. Gll,AllJIIIl, E. M. CAMERON, G. B. NICAIURRAY, J. M. CAN'1'w1-ILL, I+. A. l.ANsnm.u,, G. T. TIE FOREST, P, TQWNE IG. W. IJEWICY, y, Acfixle Broofherffg. Crum.:-:s T,14:s'1'1m B1ucs1'ow, 1'nn.rr Snwru IMJRLON, Lmcov IAHARNED CA1umzoN, JAM:-:s Tluxvmum IlANsoN EDWARD 'l'oUn'rm.Lo'1' CA1uco1.l., Emvmw Smvrll IAHNVIQ Nh1I,SON W ILLIAM WAH- 29 THETFI Nu IZPSILON. GAMMA GHAIDIIIEIQ. GSIMBIIISI-IEIIJ I8'Z6 IIORATIO G-. GLEN, LI-:II W. CASE, HAIIMON W. VIIIIDIJR, EDWIN U. ANIIIII1, 'I'IIoMAs H. Foo'rIc, AI,oNzo W. WIIEIIIIIIGR ""1'III onom' T BAYLo H I , . II, LI-:ROY L. CAMIINIIN, CIIAIIIII-Is W. CuI,vIcIz, IVTQIII MOOIIFI, :F I V P' ERNIIST .. EIRSON, :V WII.LIA M T. PIIIIISON, I A . INIIHWW W f IN .W S' Ill l I X I ful IWIIIIL 'MIA' M M Im WI . , ' 1' W! iIIV4WIQA 1l 'NW M WI III 'uqwwmmxui W XX ff X Kegiderpf Membervg. .IoIIN 'l'. B. GILLIOUR MA'I'lli1ll C. Huwrz, IIAIIIW S. Es1'uoUn'I', RoIII:Ic'I' FUIIMAN, JOIIN C. VAN VOAST, En. MGENCROII, WIIIIIIAM G. G-IIIMOUII. Se Ipiowg. PIIII.IP S. DonI.oN, JoIIN W. FIIIIIIIAN, J. IIOWAIID HANSON :':CIIAIII.Ics F. SIIAW, 7 ! DOIIIINICUS S. VOOIIIIIEQ NFILSON W. WAIT, .In CIIAIILIIS L. BAHSTOWV. 30 VFWILEY L. A'l'llFIY, E. BnowN BAKER, .Tomi T. B1-1NN1':'r'l', JR., Fmzn L. CAImor.L, Romam' CLEMl-:N'1's, G1-:omm H. CLUTE, R 0 p. Q Sr. J a. lc s. O h. L. "gQ. Tno. G u T. S. O. K. lsg. "Luft College. Buryiorog. ALBERT B. WCHARLES E. DAY, Tllcnnl-:1z'1' C. D15 Pm' Fxmn E. HAWKES, Cmmzvcrz Jo11NsoN, CnAm.1':s D. Kumi-, Uowfmn 'I'. Mosman VAN VoAs'1'. Sopbonporoeg. L un. K rs. WP. L. s w i g. A. X. A. lg nth. WK. C. Gr. Trdzy. 31 QHHPTER Rom. off THEM Nu IEQPSIIION WI:sI.IcvAN UNlYliIiSl'I'Y, SYIIAOUSIQ UNIvI:IcsI'I'Y, UNION CoI,I,ImI:, AI?I'ILllI'lIi'l' UOIIIIICGIC, CORNIILI, UNIvI-:nsI'I'Y, RocIII:s'I'I:Ic UNIVI-:IIsI'rY, UNIvII:IzsI'I'Y or' CALIFORNIA, MADISON UNIvI:IIsI'I'Y, IQENYON CoLI.I-:c.Ic H,IxIII.'I'0N COLIIIIJGIII, RI-:NSSI-:I.AI:Iz PoI.v'I'IccIINIc INS'l'I'I'UTIC, S'rIcvIcNs INs'rITU'I'I:, lIAr'AvIc'I"I'I2: CoI,I.IIGI1, AIIIIIIf:IIs'I' CoI.I,IcGI-1, ALI.I:cImNY CoI,I,I:GIc, DICKINSON CoI,I,1':GI: 32 WW1l.Icx I.. A'l'llIiY, E. B 1:owN BAK 1-zu, JOHN I. B1aNNlsT'r, Fm-Ln. L. CARROLL, G 1-:owne II. C1,U'1'1-J, Rmuan'r C1.mm-:N'1's, 'Left College. KHPPH PHI Dxzmm. A . f - - 12:4 W'Fj': :fy 1, , ' - QQ., 14 fb Q., ' f. ' N -v V W ' -: Q ag f ' Q I 5. 'Qui .':na2,:f":" '.. 4 ,jd Tlrf. JUNIOR Sosxsrlw. Memberog. 5'gCuAlcy.lf:s 141. DAY, HICIKIIIGIVI' O. Dm PUY, l"m-zu. E. llmvlucs, Cr.Am:Nc1c .IouNsoN, Huwfum 'l'. Mosul-zlc, WS. ICUGAR 'l'lcMP1,m'oN Anmxm' B. VAN VoAs'r. 33 FRQTERNITIES HAVING DEOEASED OHAP1'ERS AT UNION Cm P51 1fSL2l1J11s11i:L1 1841, .... Deceased Tbeia Delia Chi. .1Gst,n111is11c11 184-7, .,., Dgcgnggd Baia 1751. ES1!l,1J11S11Cd ,,,,. Dgcgglggd Delia Kappa Qpgilorp. Estnblisllerl 1857, ..... Dccuusml Sigma Tau. Est:i111is11ed 1872, . . . llcceusuml SIQVUC KGPP6- 14lsLa1Jlis11cd 1874, .. . . Deceased 1879 1869 1874 1870 1872 18711 IVIEIVUBEPQS OF FRA'l'ERNI'l'IES NO'l1 REP- RESEN'l1ED ON THE GARNE'l'. Charles Ti. Barstow, 5 GP., Edward S. Lewis, K A., Eilwin S. Hnnsicker, KA., VVi11i:nn H. Edwnrmls, Q5 K IIC, Sidney J. Locliner, X W., Beeknmn C. Little, KA, Henry Gr. Preston, KA., D. M. Van Eps, K A., Artlinr WV. Hunter, K A,, Walter McQnePn, Jr., Z' SP., Archie R. Pcrkins, KA., Benjamin H. Sanders. K A., J. Frederick Burg, X W. 34 CQDDQLCQQQ REGISTER Qfficers unb Stubent5 UNIQN COLLEGE. Ex- Ojifrio. UNION QOLLEGE. Treugteeg. fl-Iis ldxcellency, DAVID ll. IfILl., Governor. Hon. Hon. Hon. Hon. Hon. EDWARD F. JONES, Lieutenant-Governor. FREDERICK COOK, Secretary of State. ICDWARD VVICMPLE, Comptroller. LAWRENCE J. l4'l'l'ZGERALl7, Treasurer. CHARLES F. TABOR, Attorney-General. SILAS B. BROWNELL, l,l,.D. Rev. YVILLIAM IRVIN, D. I J. I-Ion. JUDSON S. IIANDON, LL.D. Hon. WII,I. EDWARD W. PAIGIC, l.L.lJ. IAM H. H. AIOORE. Hon. DAVID MUIQIQAY, I.I..D. Rev. Hon Hon. lJENIs WORTAIAN, D.D. . H001-ER C. VAN VORS'I', LL.lJ. JOHN H. STARIN. LEMON 'l'1-IOMSON. Hon. W. H. IQING, LL.IJ. CLARK BROOKS. I-Ion. .IOI-IN A. DEREMER. Rev. PETER R. FURIIECK, M.lJ., term THOS. R. FEATIIERS'I'ONHAUIIH, Hon. NVARNER Mll.I,l'Ili, l,l,.lJ., GEORGE ALENANDER. expiring 1889. lXI.lJ., term expiring ISQO term expiring 1891. CHARLES M. CIILVER, M.IJ., term expiring 1892. 36 UNION QOLLEGE. F'ocull'y. HARRISON E. WEBSTER, PRESIDENT, - . 475 if lf. Z V'- A.I3., Union, 1868: A.M., 1871: M.D , fl'lonn1:nylAll1:tny Medical College: l.l..D., University of Rocheslcr, xl-488: Instructor :ind Professor of Nnlurnl History in Union, 1868-83: Professor of Natural History :it Union, 1868-H31 President ol' Union University since june, 182-483 Author of fl number of' Scientific Works. JOHN l."OS'l'ER, ----- 'P ff' lf, -Y 'P No'l"r l'ROlfl'ISSOR QNo. Sy or N1K'l'llllAI. l'llll,OS0l'llY. A.B., Union, 1335: A.M., 1838: l.l..D., University City of New York, 18743 'l'nlor, 1!-4361 Assist. ant Professor Mntlieinnties rind Nnlnrnl I'hilosnphy, 1839-49: l'rol'essor of Nntnrnl Philosophy since 1849: Author of " Elementary 'Premise on Electricity, Magnetism, Gnlvzmism, l'Tlectro-Magnetism and Acoustics." HENRY WHI'l'EHORNE, DEAN, - - - 'P 13 K- N0'r'r IIROUSSSOR QNO. IJ or 'rim Gknnlc I.ANc:Um:n AND l,l'I'ERA'l'UliE. A.M., University of Mississippi, 1848: l.l..D.. Union, 18875 University of Oxlixrd, England, 1834-393 Principal of St. 'l'll0HlIlS llnll, Ilnlley Springs, Miss., 1846: l'rof'essor of' flruclq and Ancient Literature, University of Mississippi, 1855: Professor in Union :uid l'rincin:1l of Classical llepmllnent in Union School, 1862-69: Professor of Creek Lringuzlge :ind l.ilerntnre, Union, since 1869. WILLIAM WELLS, ----- 5' 1? 71'- PROFESSOR Olf' MOIJIEIQN LANGUAGES ANU l,,I'l'liRA'l'URE. Ph.D., Berlin, 1848: l.l. ll., lndi:in:1 Ashnry University, I87Si Professor of Modern lmuigllnge and Literature in Genesee College, 1852-65: Professor ol' Modern Languages and i.llCl'illlll"C in Union since 1865. MAURICE PERKINS, ---- ff' fflf- NO'l"1' Pnolficssok QNO. 35 or ANAl.Y'l'l4TAI. ClfIlCMIS'I'RV, ANI: Cnltwrolx or 'l'llI'Z MUSEUM. A,M., Harvard University, 1865: M.D., A.M.C., 18713 Assistant Professor ol' Chemistry in the College of Physicians :ind Surgeons, New York City: Assistant to Rinnlimrd I'rofessor, l.nwrence Seientilie School, Harvard: Author of "Course in Anzilyticzil Chemistry," :und of' " Esliinnlion ol Urea," and other papers. CHARLES C. BROVVN, - - - E 51 'I' -4 'TY' Pnolnassou our CIVIL I'1NmNnmz1N1:. C.li., University of Mieliigmi, 18791 ASsiiIIlltl Engineer, United States Survey, 1879-H25 New York State Survey, 1882-833 Civil Engineering at 'l'erre Haute, lndinnn, 1883-86: Professor of Mathe- matics and Civil Engineering, Rose Polytechnic lnstitute, 1884-861 Professor of Civil Engineering at Union since 1886. 37 SIDNEY A. ASHMORE, - - - - as A K, A Q. Pnortcssoit OF LATIN I.ANoUAo1c AND I.1'rE11A'1'Ul1E. A.R., Columbia, 1872: A.M., 1875: lnstructor in Greek and Latin at Lehigh University, 1873-76: Tutor in Latin, Columbia, 1876-81: Professor in Latin at Union since ISHI. THOMAS YV. WRIGHT, - - - - TI' T. PROFESSOR or' A1'1'1.1Eo MA'r11m1A'r1cs AND Puvslcs. A.ll., University ol 'l'oronto, 1863: I"h.B., Yale, 1872! QE., Vale, 1882: Gold Medalist in Math. emalics and Natural Philosopliy, University ol Toronto: in charge hlatlictnatics and Physics, flalt Collegiate Institute, 156-1-70: Engineer Survey of Nortl1 and Northwestern l.:1l'ces, 1S72-82: Author of "Treatise on Adjustment of Observzitions, with Applications to Measures of Precision " tNc1v York, 1880, and of various papers o11 Geodesy and hlatlletnatical Physics. Professor at Union si11ce 1885. FRANK S. HOFFMAN, - - QB K, TFA. l'1tol-'xcssoit or MlCN'l'AI. AN11 Mmuu. I,lIlI.OSOI'llY. A.l3., Amherst, 1876: A.M., 1879: ILD., Yale, 18311: Hooker Fellow :1t Yale, 1880-82: Student in Germany, 1HH2-83: Instructor in Philosophy at VVesleyun University, 1883-H53 Professor at Union siucc 1885. JAMES R. TRUAX, - - - Q I3 K, 'If 91 PROIFICSSOR ot-' ENo1.1su. A.ll., LIl'li0I'l, 1876: A.M., 13791 l2.D., Drew Tlieological Seminary: Professor at Union Since 1885. , WICNIJELL LAMOROUX, - Q5 BK, ll' T. l.1nRA1t1AN. A.ll., Union, 1844: A.M., 1847: Instructor i11 Modern Iiilligllfljlci, 1849-50: Professor of Modern i41lllgll5l,L1l5S and Ass't Professor llelles Lettres, 1850-53: Acting Professor Modern I.a11gt1ages, 1862-64. Acting Professor Rhetoric, Columbia, 1R68-69: Professor of English Essays and French, Wells, 1871-76: Professor liuglisli lissays, Union, 1876-H5: l.ibrari:1n since 1886. Contributor to various periodicals on llducation and Art. BENJAMIN H. RIPTON, - - . Q13 K, ll' Q". AD-IUNCT Paoricssola or MA'1'u1sMA'1'tCs. A.ll., Union, 1883: A.M., 1886: Principal Whitcstown Seminary, 1883-85: Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, Ullltlll, since 1886. L11-IUT. H. H. BICNHAM, 2ND REGIMI-:NT U. S. .lNlfAN'I'RY. Illilbl-'ICSSUR Ulf MII.I'l'AIlV SCIENCE AND TACTICS. Appointed Second l.ieutcn:1ut 'mtl U. S. Infantry from Harvard University, 1879, on tl1e recom- mendation of a llonrd of Examination of army officers: service in lclaho territory with end Infantry at Fort Couer d'Aleue, and on detaclietl service with Indian scouts and sharpshooters in 1880: o11 ser- vice iustrueting recruits, antl with company in 1881 2 in llurope, 1382: Camp on Spokane river, VVasl1- inglon territory, and rcconnoisance and Slll'VEy of Lake Chelan, hrV1lSllillgl0I1 territory, 1883: on recruit- ing service, llavitl's Island, New York Harhor, 1884: Adjutant Quartertnaster a11d Commissary, Fort IIIOWIISCIHI, NVashington territory, 1825: Ordnance officer and Post 'I'reasurer, l"ortOn1al1a, Nebraska, and Range oflicer, llepartment of Platte. 1886: atlinittetl as Attorney and Counsellor-at-I.aw, to Wash- ingtod 'l'eritory llar, 1885: to Californian liar, 1886: elected a member of Military Order of Loyal Legion, U. S., i11 1885: Professor at Union si11ce 1886. 38 SAMUEL B. HOWE, - - - AIUUNCT NO'l"1' Puomsson CNO. 45, PRINCH-AI, ov UN 1N'l'ENDEN'l' 011' Tlili Sc11oo1.s oi-' Sum A.li., Union, 18621 A.N., 1865. JAMES s'1'0LI.ER, - - - - Q15 K, fl A Q. ION SUHOOI. ANI! Sumn- CN ECTADY. A K E. TU'1'o1z IN NATURAL Hxs'1'oxu'. A. ll., Union, 1884. REV. ALBERT C. SEWALL, - - LECTURER Ol" SOCIOLOGY. A.B., Williams, 1867- ARTHUR S. WRIGHT, - - - ASS!S'l'AN'l' I'1m11'1cssw1a mf MOIJICIIN LA A,B., Union, 1882: A. M., 1885! Qollege Qfiicewg. C H A R L ES W. VA N D E RVE ER, lzzsfrurfar in Dirccfor 0 f Me Gymmzslmzz. S. E. STIMSON, D'faszzrc1'. MRS. M. L. PEISSNER, Arfifzg-1?egz'.vfrrz1'. GEORGE CLUTE, Supcrz'1l!e11rz'1z11f M Grozmfzfv. 159 af is 56 JF KA. - QP B K, 'I' T. Nc:UAGEs. Pfgfsifrzl Clzlllzrc' amz' .9 ffm Sorwcwffmu fam 'mam wMa.w3"weedl help Ucawelf SURE' JS' Begg? A-M The Ag WM. S G Uaj0Ha5tiQzwjZelII lm mam mm W my W 'Lmgfn 95 f51Hl'1 Senior historian may well be excused from writing any details ol' class history for '1'1-It-1 GAkNl5'1'. ln senior year the mass of facts has so accumulated that a volume would be required instead of a page. Again, the senior mind is supposed to be so developed that it does not care so much lor facts as the principles which govern these facts,-the philosophy ot' history and not its details. We shall not attempt to evolve the underlying principles that will account for all the events ol' '89's history. ln truth, we think it impos- sible. 'l'he historical scenes have been startling, grand and important, but we are sorry to say they have been so contradictory and perverse as to puzzle the generalization of the most painstaking' philosopher. Still it may be interesting to note two or three fundamental principles-or, if you like, characteristics-that through thick and thin have ever been inseparable from the class of '89. liver since we were freshmen one strong feeling has moved us. It grew with our growth. It arose in our breasts every day and was as strong as our loyalty to Alma Mater. Indeed, its mainspring was our love for the college, and our desire to see her disappoint the sncering predictions of her enemies. We hoped and hoped until at last the hope was realized-we have a President, and a royal good one, too. '89 then has not lived in vain. We are enjoying the long-looked-for time, and everything is bright for our farewell bow. Still another marked characteristic ol' '89 has been the unanimity that has always prevailed among us. We think that on the score of harmony and good fellowship toward each other, we may, with benefit be taken as a model by some of our sister classes. We acknowledge that in some respects we fall below the standard and would be danger- ous to follow, but in this matter we are in the foremost rank. 'l'o it may be attributed the peculiar success of the class, And by success we mean 41 making the best ol' all the opportunities that lie open to college students. Still, " the paths ot' glory lead but to the grave," and in the case of '89 we are swiltly approaching the grave of college life-which is the busy world. Yes, we must soon leave. It is melancholy, we are beginning to feel this saying good bye to college. No more the careless, frolicsorne hours, the halcyon days with Alma Mater. Others are crowding us out and we ahnost feel it a trespass on our rights. Others are filling the places we used to till, studying out of the self-same books, worrying the professors by the same old tricks, and carving their names on the same old chairsg enduring the same trials that we endured, " coming down " for the identical old jokes, and crowding the gym. with new faces. Still when '89 says farewell it will be with a god-speed in her heart for old Union and all its good works. l1lS'l'ORIAN. .lf if XX IIG XX A lugs-til Q? O C3 if SENIOR Qiiass. RO X xxs o N00 it it or M- yi. il. 2 I V wi QVIIIIWIHTI "iw 1 WW Qlagg Qtticervg. Presilient, . . . . C. H. FLANIGAN Vice-President, . . E. S. LEWIS Secretary, . . . J. IE. SNOW Treasurer, . G. W. l"AiR1:Ri1avE Grnml Marshall, . A. M. HAliIJI4Il! Orutor. . . J. H. I-IANSON Historian, . . . M. NfJI,AN Poet, . J. L. SiMi'soN Adclresser, . I.. I.. CAMERON Prophet, . E. S. IAIUNSICKER Ivy Orator, . R. H. WASIIHURNE Ivy Poet, . j. I.. SIMPSON Pipe Orator, . . A. R. CioNovlcu Base Ball Director, . D. S. VOORHICES Foot Ball Director, . N. W. WAIT Toast Master, . . -I. L. WVHALEN 4! Prvegeipl Charles L. lizirstow, E Q, Lcroy I.. Cameron, A 05, l-Iclwzirtl T. Cz1rroll,A A df, Archie R. Conover, 'P A W, Charles XV. Culver, ll' T, Herbert M. Dickinson, Philip S. liorlzin, A Q, George XV. l":til'gl'iex't-, A 2 Cl12ll'lt7S ll. Iflztnigzin, A J", john M. l"ui'inan, W T, I. lloxvztrcl Hanson,.f1A Q, Artlinr M. I'l:trclur, li I-I ll liclwin llunsickc-r. KA, Etlwztrcl S. Lewis, ICA, Micluu-l Nolan, IF A-lv, john l.. Simpson, jc-ssc IS. Snow, A Q", Alvxzliiclt-I' Tlirnhnll, lloniinivns S. Voorlu-cs, W Nelson NV. xvllll, jr., A IP, 1 Robert II. XV:islihurnv, ll fr? lj, .Iohn L. VVhnlcn, Memloeisg. Shelhurnc, Vt. Alhziny. Johnstown. Prtttersonvillc, lirooklyn. VVn.shington, ll. Troy, Sclicnvctiulv. Alhziny, Schencctnrly, Scliuiic-c:t:nIy, I roy, Norristown, lla. C. XV:ishing'ton, ll. C. Scliuiicvtzicly, Sczlwiicctacly, N1llllllClil'l, Mass. Milivvillv. lirooklyn, Szintly llill, Lfolloes, lizlllslon Spa, i-oooooo--- Forsmew Member-ig Thcotlort: T. llztylor, 'I' T, Michael H. liegley, Henry G. Dean. 41 A I-1, Von Guysling l"urni1Ln, Richard H. Gillespic-, ll' T, Augustus V. lleelcy, ,fl A 111, Afllllll L. Huhhs, George E. lVIcrrill, Tom Moore, A Q, Ernest V. Pcirson, fl A 43, William T. Peirson, 'I' T, Charles F. Shaw, Max M. Smith, A T, junrtion, N. Alhany. Sclicnectzuly. Scliciicctzirly. Whitt: Lake. New York. Charlestown. Syracuse. Cohoes. Newark. Newark. Albany. Sclienectacly. 720 Union St. 75 M. S. N. C. 22 M. S. 57 S. S. N. C. 605 Union St. 69 M. S. N. C. 720 Union St. 116 Railroad St 9 S. S. C. 409 Union St. 826 lfust Ava-. 29 lgiiziytstlc St 69 M. N. C. 722 Union St. 702 Alhnny St. 27 Qiimlcciilmos Qs. s. s. Q. Q7 N. S. N. C. 605 Union Sl. 720 Union Sl. ii S. S. S. C. og M. s. N. Q. j. mf W WW , L9 av Q 42 W -..-nd amerrj jest Far ihe 7Imu'or3' fmrfnerfhir Rr Thz5e.are1'hQ 'thfri WAFS mann bequfgf' S weefffrif-le5.as lighf' Q5 mr N7 3 pl . xn Gy- . '44-'N S 'A-,sig ' xw 920' NOTHICR college year has glided swiftly by and the third vol- utne of our class history is called for, The greater part of our college work is finished, and the clatnor and the din of that great busy world, which lies so far beyond the hearing of an under- classman, sounds in our ears. At this moment it seems eminently proper to look back upon the history and achievements of otir glorious class. llow well we recall our Freshman year with its experiences, then so strange and hard-to bear, bitt borne with a spirit of noble fortitude and heroic endurance, only awaiting the time when we might prove ourselves brave in action as well as in suffering. 'l'hat time came with our Sophomore year, and right nobly did we acquit ourselves. lt will snllice to mention our conduct at the cremation of 'giz How we secured the collin and distributed portions of it among our fellows long before the Freshmen knew it was gone: How, when '89, forgetful of their dignity as juniors and neglectful 'of their dttty as restrainers, rushed personally into the fray with an ardor becoming only to under classmen, how we then scientifically " did up " juniors and Freshmen combined: 'I'o mention these alone will suffice for the cotnplete establishment of our claim to the title of "excellent Soplioinoresf' ' Our record in the athletic held is one of which we are justly proud. For with more tnen on the base ball and foot ball teams than any other class in college, and a tug of war team that has been victorious in all of its many contests, we feel that none can deny us the well-earned right of self-congratulation. Nor have we been without noteworthy suc- cesses in the social world. Our Sophomore soiree was considered by all a most enjoyable aftair, and, although the discontinuance of the custom of holding junior hops in the memorial hall was thought to be for the best interests of the college, the junior Assembly held in the city was generally pronounced to be one of the most successful events in the social life of Schenectady. In order to celebrate properly this brilliant record, as well as to mark clearly the dividing line between Lipper and under classman life, we held 46 a class supper att the beginning of our junior year, which will ever be regarded as one of the pleasztntest banquets we hztve ever attended. But the period in which we were scornfully ignored by our collegeinutes, as well as that in which we were suspiciously watched by the Faculty, has passed and we are now juniors, from whom "ehildhood's happy hour" has forever gone, and upon whom the mantle of manhood, with its heavy fringe of responsibilities, has Rtllen. And as we have zealously striven to hll the lower positions in our college life with credit to our- selves and with benelit to others, so will we endeavor to discharge the duties and bear the responsibilities of our new position, ereditably, nmn- fully and with dignity-steadfastly adhering to the sentiment embodied in the sterling words of our class motto, ff Wi-1 wi1.i. FIND A WAV, oi: Amina is w,-xr." -17 A 5- xk ll 1165 XX SUNIOR Que-iss. X '6W5f7f3' JA .. 4 We. + iof l L ti 2 0' '6 -'un QQ. i- Ji . 3- ,J xl . 'r:35' . fiEifQ? -A 2 ..,, . ,. '- 'Y -,a i v - :4 '.,.,.'gf ' ff? ig Z1 552'f1 lf iiIiiUuilTijlf'QTf'ri Vzbv 1-ii-miiIMIniIulwiiii-Qlulllullllllillllllillii,M H ,uw Qniiice 105. President, . . . . . l". l,. Colxrswocx. Vice-Presiflent, . A. B. VAN VoAs'1'. Secretary, . . li. B. BAKER. Trerxsurer, I-I. 'l'. Mosman. Historian, . . W. hl. Hmznuie. Poet ,... . . j. C. KNOX. liaise Ball Director, . A. j. MCDONALD. Foot Hall Director ,..... C. jol-1NsoN. Class culora-Purple :md Old Gold. Clrzyx Cry-Rah! Rah! Whoop-La! Rah! Rah! I-Iika! Ninety! Ninety! Nonaginta-ai 4s Prvegenl Brown linker, Ll 'l', john lm licnnclt, fl .J df, Cl1Zll'lL'S john lil'1lll1lIl1illll, ll. NV:n'ml lhiggs, 'll J W. Frccl. VV:n'rl lirown, 'I' J I-1, NVilli:lln S. Czisscfly, li I-I II, George ll:n'1'is Clulc, V' T, I"recl, I.. CUIllSl0K.'li, B I-1 ll, l'll!l'lllTl'l. Cranrlzill lic l'ny. ll' V. Nvllllillll ll. liclwzmls, 11' lx' W, Norman D. Fish, lm' I-J ll, Wllllillll llzn'cIcr, li K-I Il, lfrilz Ifnnnel llnukcs, 'If T, Clzxrcncc johnson, A .fl ell, Chnrics l,I'llllllIlUl1ll Kemp, Membeng. Glovcrsvillc, Cliiczigo, Ill., Scliunuclncly, Qnnlcci' Struct, Ai1lxx'm'p, lNlcc'l1:1nim'sx'illu, VVcstporl, Ilonn., liaillslon, Sm-11 Clil'l', l.. l., 'l'l'oy, hlzillzl, l.ill1SlIlglJlIl'gll, l'llll1ll'il, Scln-nuctzlcly, 1 jncksonvillu, Vu., 21 M. S., S. L. 25 M. s., s. C. 324 lfront sl.. 55 M. S., S. C N. Collonnrlu. Q0 N. S. N. C. 43 N. S. S. C. ll S. S. S. C. 43 N. S. S. C. I2 S. S. S. .C go I". S. N. C. 29 l.:lI'nycltu sl 37 N. S. S. C. 241 Slam' sl. 32 M. S. S. C. john Colvin Knox, fl? :I I-I, Alomiy, 53 S, S, S, C, l'1flw:n'rl ll. Picliforcl, 'I' .rl f"l, Sclmcncclnrly. 6o2 Union St. Gcorgc1W'. Rlnrinhzwl, Sclicncclznly, 31 linrrcll Sl Iflisha Tcrlins Sclnvilk, Sclicnvclzuly, 3l2 lfronl Sl. Georgie C, Slcw:n'l, T .il 1-1, IR-rth Ca-nlrc, 57 S, S. S. C. Alhcrl U. Vznihozisl, 'I' V, Sclicna-clzicly, llppvr Union St Fonmen Memloerffg. Thoinzls j, lizlrclzly, lfloricln Springs. john VV, Chzmnichcl, 1900 ll, Ainslcrchnn. XViIcy l.m-c Athcy, .J df, Ilolly Springs, Miss. Sznnuel l-lclgzil' 'l'CllIjJllfllJll, .fl .41 df. Albany. Chzirlcs l'1cln':n'cl Day, .J KP, Albany, Albert VU. liincrson, lilllll. 'l'hoin:1s C. ll:n'xvoocI, Ii 147 Il, lSl'2llIllll'llS, NVilli:nn ll. Rowley, If lil Il, Sairzxlogn. lirlwzml jninus Sipplc, Alhalny. ilzjznncs lfinnnrl Davis, IC A, Svliciicvtzicly. George ll. Wilson, Allmny. Rohn-rt ClCIIlCIllS, ,ll A flf, Sclu-licclncly, 'I lccunsud. 'IEP Z ,,, 4 fi?-li' 9 ,M 961 4551 923 Yi by 5 W:50W3fh' 'NM rf ' x -21157535-f?'i23f5k C- f1ffwMl..:fg5fmg 1 , ,,- f ' 5ffT:1.f.fq3fi'i3',53!'.f'Dim 'if f ' df g:,u'1 '11Ag,v .-k53sn113.5:,'-51-pgfg CT , v . 1-',,-,Q1'.,,-:'fg f.:.' , ' 1, ?4-.1933 --Z- .fi1ffS ::,:1i,:zfi1' 1 , fi-,Lg J.1',,f-'FT-age? ' H ' . 2 'Q . W ff' fP4' '1.'A,z' y DP A S V E" .. 1 ,QZLI E-1-.2 R ly ,TJQ"'-' - ,511 "'- ig, J ff A 'El ,pf 1 f g" E X26 golealzo- ' P f'f Q ' ' W -LSQML - 5 mom 'Ove f- I Uite irzkerz 2 ,.,, , , K 5 3,-1: -Y-ff'2f'Z'.. S, G1 Sa 9 50mg 640220 Qirblg 2- Clbqbrvb lgigf pence. gut mogt of all hge rwnwpirz? Qiwl, jltblekic, Faiw am gfkraorzgh WIZO often mekeg eyourb lgair-1 ko cowl WIHZ Hwemcfgyejoke and QODQ. 'H' 1 i9l URING the Freshman year we looked forward to and longed for the time when we should attain the prerogative of persecutor and support with grace plug hats and canes. Several ordeals stood between us and the coveted position, such as cremation and plug hat paradeg and after we had gone through these, we breathed in peace. Our duties having been performed, all we could do was to wait for time to usher us into our new state-" the bold, bad Sophomore." After the summer vacation we returned to college with new spirit, for "a prex. was at the head " of Union, and new life seemed to be instilled into the college. We were sorry not to see all of the old facesback, but after gathering together we proceeded to do our duty toward the incoming class. We succeeded in creating much sadness in their bosoms and in impressing upon them a consciousness of their freshness. Although the discharge of this duty occupied some time, it was always accompanied with pleasure on our part. We generously bestowed an unusual amount of salt upon them, trusting that the eflect would be beneticial and would prevent decomposition. We had to sustain our reputation in foot-ball, and although several of our best players left college, we came out victo- rious in the customary Sophomore-lfreslnnan game. We joined with the other classes in the pleasant duty of welcoming the new president, and did our best to convince him of our joy at his election and our desire to work with and for him. Our soiree proved a success, and our guests reported a pleasant and enjoyable time, while we will retnember it as one of the most pleasant occasions of the Sophomore year. We soon gathered round the festive board at our class supper, and with toast and song enlivened the evening which we had set apart in honor of Sopho- more year. This evening was very tnuch enjoyed by us, more so, per- 61 Menybeisg. J. Frederick Burg, X W, john Wells Burr, A T, Riehztrcl Wztlclron Church, A 2 , Robert Clements, A A-115, Ilownrtl Conant, li K-J TI, james H. Drury, IP A 60, james William l'1Cl'glIS0l1, If I-I Tl, Charles Fisher, Jr., A T, Harry P. Gihson, lieekmnn Cox Little, KA, William Alt-xancler Mcllonnltl, A 7, llenry W. Preston, KA, Xlvlllilllll tiilhert Roberts, A T, Tracy Hoinvt Robertson, 'I' T, john Smiley, T A I-I, Duvicl Matthias Van lips, 107, 'iiilOlllllS l.5tle XV:1ll4t-1',,-'I A 111, A Albany, Kingshoro, Morristown, Sehenectatcly, Ainsterclztm, Vztils Mills, Amsterclrun, Kingshoro, Schenectady Rochester, Clox'e1'sville, Rochester, Kiiigshoro, lilmirzi, Allmztny, Sclienectztcly Sclit-111-Ctzicly 712 Union St. 712 Union St. 5I2I'IIllT1illOl1 St, 85 N. S., N. C. 57 S. S., N.fC. 74 M. S., N. C. 712 Union St. 814 Union St. 60 S. S., N. C. 712 Union St. 60 S. N. C. 712 Union St. 42 N. C. S7 S.C., N. C. 226 Liberty St. 437 Liherty St. Ironman Membewg. Mortimer George llztrney, lfrzinlc Cooper, jzunes IC. Dewey, A Q Arthur Ilenison Hull, A A 'lilohn XV. Muirs, I3 F7 ll, Louis lfltlwziwl Roe, FI' T. George Amhrose Rogers, Szunuel XvZlSSCl'l1HlIl, ' Deceased. ll' I". 40, lzfv, 54 Arlington, Vt. Scheneetnrly, Fort I'lnin, Center Berlin, Argyle, Mineville, West 'l'roy, AllISlL'l'Ciill1l. ,dig ,,-55 'bl-"9 4,-. ,, ix 0,2 ,.f,L-'gl E . fr -, ff if QQ "M, --wx.- ,f.j.JyiQ'?fg'El 1 -- f f' 'x:.Q,...: 3, , l'111T"," --'-'fi' ' w,,- ,-.1 ,,,,A-V A-, -- -:,.:-:.1- Z f'f-f iff- 4-- ,Qgf ' 4, Gum HIQIGSZHMAN Gxxgn,- CONIJIUING, GNU1-:g 61-ms FAHUH, 14-1mHA-1' Sums DAY SHu'n Rule. SHE HAS N0 I-YEAR? UN Nunn Hnluqmsq lnlql-1 fnmuuw Snvmnn-2:1 Sum Glgusms In HRLDS. lip? 551 'Tai ff -., -:'..' Y 5 1 ' X if? 'U 'ffm 5 1 Kipf M16 if I E gh I - -4. , , Q -rn ,,f,,,:, I I-il: - W 1 IN f' ,A A will 115 ,- ' E gif! 311' 5 JI f -1 5 X sw kg 4 ' Vwf's 'l I :ox 4" , f1-:-.- sw, - wx 9 k I gf 14--VX -E.. .. Y, Q X xrl X x S KSXWM 'X ' N L --'wk Jim in-jg-- - ',,,iyM1T,,!.:--1 ,YQQ xx 149'-J an vu i 79?- ITIHOUGH the historian may have more of the inspiring. themes to dwell upon than is suggested by the word history, yet he hopes his effort will prove none the less interesting to the class. Kindly and courteously received, our first days of College life were not as stormy as might, at first thought, be expected. flreeted with exagerated stories of the nightly deeds of Sophomores, we soon per- ceived that they contained scarcely truth enough to escape the name of fabrications. Before the first week had passed we issued forth, and defiled the Idol of our immediate predecessors, that they claim to have so magnifi- cently propitiated. Twice the shrine was' invaded, Twice the wrath of the Sophomore was brought down upon us. Two events followed, both of marked interest. The first a contest for class officers, and it may well bercalled a contest, the second our " officers set-up," which was as enjoyable as the election had been spirited. In athletics our record, as a class, has not been remarkable, al- though certain individualmembers have gained considerable prominence. Though our efforts have not been crowned with success, let us hope it may teach us to avoid defeat in the future. Soon after the beginning of the second term, preparations were made for a banquet. On the night appointed the class proceeded to Albany, and there enjoyed a repast, that made every true member of '92 forget his woes and toils in hisufeeling of undisturbed satisfaction. , Our scholarship has been, perhaps, no better, surely no worse, than the average. And taking into account that ,Q2 completed her second terms work four weeks before the allotted time, she may even be entitled to honors. Sli Entering college at the beginning of a new zuliiiinistiution, we should inmleefl, be a. class of progression. Anrl now,z1voiding all petty strugg and contests for class rank, OUTIDOILO lfSfJ'frm1 Ilpffs ro' films, will guide us for the best interests of'9z, and the wcllhre of Old Union. Nf KQQJ -.1 411.5 fri: 'V LST? Hb! FOCSN JK H IS'l'ORlAN FRESHMZ-'iN Qmriss. 'Gi 0 Wim, ' filiri' B55 ii I' Q X Mx I lrtiL, i I i l mmmnibm W I4 i . 'i v i' , mmm- , .Q Y. , , W H fi M f-i ' W .ii 'm um ' ,, ,.' !,,' - -ii . JiHIlDIl1llIU1iWli'5""ii.....i'uL' ilu t.,.Ll-YWE, .a,.-.f W-iii .., i --'-' i V , . W.f7:lIiH"1q Q.u!1"""""""""'il' ' 'Mf g ii ' .Miiiiiii'fiilliiiwiQ'.iii'iiM X ,gifzv ff Mir 9 . 4 ' xywwlww ' . ft. A . Wg.. lp? Q YW L L. ' 'i Qlagg Qifiiceiog. President . . . . . B. FISHER. Vice-President, . . A. W. HUN'1'ER. Secretary, . L. B. SEBRING. Treasurer, . . W. T. DOUGAN. Historian, . . . E. J. PREST. Poet, . . . . W. RoBiNsoN. Base Ball Director, . W. MCQUEEN, JR. Foot Ball Director, . . E. S. COONS. Toast Master, ...... C. W. HILLS. 'Class Colors'-Garnet and Black. Class Cfy-Ra! Ra! Ra! Ru! Ru ! Ru! Boom-a-ling! Boom-a-ling! i Nine-ty-two ! 58 Albert M. Banker, A KP, ,Edward Coons, If I-I H, William D. Culver, 'If T, George H. IJaley,A A 115. Eliphalet N. P. Dailey, Stephen G. Doig, I? I-I IT, Arthur Dougtall, 45 A 62, William 'I'. Dougan. Peter J. Fagan, Burton Fisher. Q5 A 62, George H. Furheck, A T, Clarence Hart, SP A C-1, Charles W. Hills, ll' T, Fred. B. Howell, Arthur W. Hunter, jr., KA, Ray Ii. Lewis, II' T, Charles T. Loehenstein, Walter McQueen, jr.,E Q. Percy C. Meserye, 'If T, Gouveneur F. Mosher, V' T, Alexander Orr, A X. Archie R. Perkins, KA. Archie C. Pickforcl, 45 A I-I, Iiclwarcl Prest. A Q, William IL. Robinson, Benjamin Il. Sanders, KA, Lewis B. Sebring, Edwin O. Smith, A T, Charles W. Trumbell, llf T, George VV. Waite, A Q, james Walker, A A 45, Jeremiah V. Wemple, lp' 9 17, Frank Whipple, A T, Homer li. Williams, A I", Membeeg. Gloversville, liallston Spa., Ilrooklyn, Staten Island, Schenectady, Scotia, Schenectady, Mineville, Albany, Slingerlands, Gloversville, Schenectady, Schenectady. Harvard, Mass., Schenectady, Herki 'l1Cl', Schenectady, Sehenedtatly, Bath, Albany, Gloversville, South Bend, lnd,, Schenectady, Cohoes, Schenectady, llagood, S. C. Leeds, Albany, Lassellsville, Sandy Hill, Schenectady, Duanesburgh Kingsboro, Hopewell, so 2l M. S. S. C. Il S. S. S. C. 605 Union St. 145 Front St. 123 Lafayette S 829 Union St. 26 M. S. C. 93 N. S. S. C. 56 S. N. C. 16 S. S. C. 505 Union St. 6lO Chapel St. 411 Liberty St. 20 Union St. 605 Union St. IQ jay St. I4 State St. 37 N. S. C. South Colonade 16 C. 60 S. N. C. 602 Union St. 80 M. S. C. liasl Avenue. 60 S. S. N. C. 633 Chapel St 718 Union St. 26 M. S. C. 75 M. S. N. C. 437 Liberty. 74 M. S. N. C. 6 S. S. S. C. I3 S. C. In mvmnviam. james Gmmof Qabim llfluiorr,-'50, illnrn, 5JlIa1'v:l1 4, 'IBGZ-J. Dinh, Elon. 3, 1336. PRIZE STQGE, 1555. .-fx gxx f f f .f .wh fx F43 Nfllkx wx f f .- -If Q Q, Cm qv :. WgQggS?J4f: 5 MA 5,1 ji 'W 55,32 f X.: ffm, 'V Q 5 :E 2324551-f21a3i.m , f 1Ee2'.M16 X g mizfyggigzggzigaefy , f M 1 M' I H '5WkHlm.12lii1l.l ' f ' Nu NX ' M X gl!! Q W l Nj! Al, W1 1 ' 4-M? ,ff 15 av if ff JW! 'X ' , X jj? WT Q D SV! 5 GQ lg . N' qi M W Q19 ff W 1 . 5 1 i W H S Q, Q ll Qommerpcemerpf QPQTOPS. C. W. BLESSING, "'l'l1e Secret, of 'True Devuloplnentf E. H. Conunw, . .... 'ACI-ystnlizauimmf J. M. DPIIJONG, . .... " Work, the Genius of Success' W. L. TKENNEIJY, . . . 'L'1'he lneqlmlity of IIIIIIIHII Judgrnentsf F. D. Tmwls, . . "The Fool has said in His Heart, "1'l1c1'e is no God." H. C. MANmcvu.LE, ..... H The Measure of :1 Mmm' P. H. Come, . . . . . . Vzmledictory 61 Blafcbforbd QPQIOPIQI Medalg. Ist II. II. Comc, 13 H H. 2:1-C. W. BLESSING, 45 A 19. Wampero Proige. P. H. Conn, I3 K9 II. Allerp Prvigeg. Ist,--II. C. AIANlJlCVIIII.E,IIf T. 2d-P. II. Come. If H II. 311-S. W. L1'r'1'r,r:, KA. Veederc Gyifenpporffexrpeolbg Prbige. - II. C. MANmavu,I.r:, W 27 I I-cfirp Prffigegf Ist-J. II. IIANSON, A A Q. 241-G. W. FAmcmm'x-1, A T. Qlarbk Prbigeg. lst-J. II. II.xNsoN,A A 45- 2d-A. R. CONOVEIK, SP A 69. IOQIOP Qrfmopidal Prvigeg. Ist-C. W. CUINEII, Y' T. 2d-C. II. IVMNIGAN, A T. Sopbomowe QPGIOPICQI Prfbigeg. Ist- W. II. IIIIJWARIIS, QKW. 2d-F. II. CARRol.l,, A A IP. Milifemy Proigeg. Ist,-If. A. CAnnom,, A A 115. 2d-W. A, MCDONALD, A T. Mawkgmapgbip Prvige. W, II. Emvfuzns, 42 K IP. I 62 UNION COLLEGE HLIUMNI HSSOGIFITIONS. New Yorffk Qify Alumrpi Aggociariorp. President, . . . . . I'ION. I'I00l'lCR C. VAN VuIIs'r, '39. Vice-President, . . JOIIN BIGI:I.0w, '35. Secretary, . . . RoIIII:Ic'I' C. AI.IIxANIIIcIz, '80. TI'6ilSUI'0", . . . . WILLIAM Ji. RANIIINII, 'TT. Executive ComIIIit.tee, . . JoIIN C. WI+:I.I.s, 'G-I. B. FRANK Looms, '60, WILLIAM IT. Mcldmov, 'G0. Alumni Aggociafiorp OT Albany arpd NoP'Ibea51'ePI7 New YOPIA. Presidcrlt, . . . . . JAIIIIIS Il. MuCI.UIII-1, '5l. Vice-PI'esiIlcIIt, . . . SAIIIIIIII. W. .IAc:IcsoN, '42. Secretary and Treasurer, . J. M0N'I'I:oIuI:IIY MIISIIHII, '8G. Executive Committee, . J. 141. SIIICRWOOZI, 'G2. .I. IG. CRAIG, '80. AMASA J. PAIIIQIQII, J II., '63. SAMIII-:L S. EIIWAIIIIN, '62, L. G. lIoI.MI-IS, '7S. AI.III-:Iz'I' SIIII'I'II, '70. C. C. LI:s'I'I-zu, '70. I". W. McCI.IcI.I.AN, 'SIL W. J. KLINIJ, '72, LI-:II W. UI4:A'r'I'II-2, 'T9. JoIIN M. CAIzIzoI.I., '46, as Alwfvvi A Pl'CSIl16l1t, . . First Vice-Presidcn t, . Second Vice-President, Third Vice-Presiden t, Fourth Vice-Presiden t, Sec1'ct.a1'y, . . . 'l'rcasu1'er, . . Executive Committee, ggociafiorp O? G4 s The Norffbwegf. NVILLIAM H. KxN1:,'46. CLINTON Locrcrz, '49, FRANK B. VVILKIICY '57. M, M. IIAM, '55 JOSHUA STARK, '48, VVILLIAM P. Wn.LlAMs, 'Sl W1m,1AN4 H. WOOD, '44, GEORGE K. DAUCHY, '4S. JOHN 1. BENNI-:'r'r, '54. CHARM-:s L. EASTON, '63. FRANK B., WILKIE, '57. Hmm:-:iw B. JOHNSON, '67. Tubenfs' Pgbanizafions I J WMM! Zlvfqqvxxwx , ff ' Q", ,Qwyk Y f Q V-I WV l' fvw WA , V1 uf V' xf-"uw: .f"' I lpgufi. .W'L 'fl' 'Y aff' :ly - .. f 1 - ,nw fm uf " Y J if 3 5 3 fff-'Zim "" 'Hll Il I "" "" ' I , f 1 f,"AfIl11 xx, " i Q1 KH QM 5W2'L E'- ' -0---was C511.L.1:.sP113. ZLUB. NOUNDED, 1822. Prcsidcnt, . ViCC-PI'CSldCI1f! Corresponding S Qrricerfg. ucrc! ary, . Recording Ser'r1-tary, . '1'rcasurcr, . Editor, . . Assistant Editor, C R. CoNovmz, '1'UnNl:Um,, B. IEAK mr. D. Kumi-, FISK, Jr., Memberog. Prof. C. BROWN. '59- J. B. SNOW. D. S. VOOIEIIICFIS, '90 F. L. Con1s'r0clc, I". W. BROWN, '91- H. W. Pm-:s'1'oN, D. M. VAN EPS. cc A R. CoNov1f:n . IC. R. IBAKIQI: TT. WV. I'mcS'l'oN Prof. C. U. BROWN F. L. Cmrsrocl: . C. H. FLANIGAN . F. WV. BROWN II, FLANIGAN, L. WIIALIQN. J. BRANIUMAIIL, McDoNA1,n. C. Llrrm-1, UNION ZOLLEGE CZORPS off Cgamms. ,fri- l ,f - XX X X, ' fel f W f Q UN1 M J SF wwf 0 ' 0 1,,'31'4 0 Y -f MQ' C OLQQZ ECQET -1-ge' X'-' w . - M' , 1 ' W X Qwfx'-r f 'AWI 04 .' W ' '--CX' ff' '-' S' 1 R Q mmm C M119 1... . .X 0- of 'N F w k cfflw -Aff K -f 1 GEM! yfj VEPFEN If x fff'-ij k WA, X I - 1211,-A '55-. .4 -15, Ilunt. If. ll. Ihcxlmxi, 'ld lllI.Rllll,I'5',1U. SLA., Conmmmlzmt irst LicuL. Ul.,xul1:NuH JollNsoN, '90, . . . . Alllilllilllt COVOPEWY HA-" lImv,xlm 'l'. Mosman, '90, . . . . . C:lpt,:Li11. CLAIQIQNGP: JOHNSON, '90, . . F11-sl, Licuu-nunt. ELISIIA T, SCIIWILK, '90, . I"n'sl, Scrgmmt. IIIQNRY W. l,llICS'I'ON, '9l, . . . Svcoml Smwguault. COVUPGWY I"1cl-:n L. CAlm0m,, '90, .... . Unplalin, 'l'lmcm' II. liom':n'1'SuN, '01, . . First, Scrgm-:u1l,. RAY B. Lmvls, '02, . . gcc:m11lSu1'g4:aml1t,. I7 President, Vice-Prmzsimlent, Q .ZV1.Q.Fl. Corrcspomling Scuretury, . Recording S1-crctzwy, Tx'c:Lsux'e1', Pm-S, Wxcnswrzn A. S. Wluulrr, P. S, DouLoN, A. M. Ilmaulm, H. W. BRIGGS, E. F. PICK!-'oxm, B. C. Ll1'1'Lr:, E. S. Coous, E. N. P. DAILEY, . A. DoUGALL, v Membevg orp J. B J. J. J. 14' H G C. A. R. '1'uU.xx, I". Ru"roN, 59- M. FURMAN, II. IIANSUN, '90- C. KNOX, L. CoMs'rooK, '91- YV. P1u1:s'1'0N, '99- II. FUIHSECK, NV. HILLS, C. PIGKFORD, G8 A. R. Cmmvrzu . J. H. TIANsoN. F. L. CoMs'rocK . G. C. S'l'l'1WAR'l' . . E. F. PICK muh Faclblfy. F. S. I.zIolfr'm,xN, JAMES S'ro1.1.An. I A. ll. f'oNov1-tu, R. II. WASIIHUNNI-:. W. S. CASSIIYY, G. C. S1'r:wAu'1'. J. SMILHY. E. J. PREST, L. B. Srxnmzwa, . H. B. WILLIAMS. THE 'VARSITY TEAM OP THE FALL OE 188 ZITHLETIG Flssocsiamou. Qiflcewg. Prcsimlcnt, . . Vice-1'rcsi1lunt, . Secretary, . '1'l'0!lSl1I't'1', . SPPIOQ IVXGGHOQ, N15 EVENT. Wm: Uv. 100 yards clnsli, lst. clues, C. W. Culver '90, 100 yards mlnsli, 241 class, Pole vault, Base Ball throw, .1. 13. Snow, '99, D. S. Voorllocs, '80, Dickinson, '80, G. WV. Culver, '89, C. W. CUr.vi-zu, '80 J. 1. l1lCNNlC'l"I', '00, B. C. LlT'TI.l'I, '01, G. 11. DA1.r:Y, 'Sl2. Y 7. 1555- Tmnz on Dls'rANcM. 1021 sn-comls, 115 seconds. S ft. 0 in. 329 feet. 16 ft. 0 ins. 1'1V!iN'l'. Running 1Jl'O1ll1.1lllIIP, 120 yards lnurrlle, Relay race, B651 Reconclg 10K sccmuin, VV Culvur, '89, 19 seconds. 311113. 16 sec. Ilnwlms Sz Aslltvn. 'H7, 'YM sccoxuls, 100 yard dush, 220 ynrd dnsh, 4-10 yard dash, 81-40 yard dau-ull, 1 mile walk, :G niilo wnlk, :S lepgpzvd rncc, 150 yds1.J. 120 yard hurdle, Pole vault, Smndin,c:h1ghjump, K.ll1lIl1llg'1l1,'.K1l,1ll1llll, Smnding hrondjnmp, R,1lUll1llg1Dl'U1Ld,1lllllD, '1'1n-owing hnse bull, Throwing hummer, Putting shot, Hop, skip nndjnmp, tczun of '88, '80, '00, '91 men, 1 I ai Urpiorp. Rl-zumuw. Mmm llv. NV. J. MuN11lIy, '80, n.v.N,r1uu,., '81, QNX SI'UU1111H, 54 soumulu, 2 minutes, 7 S011UlN1Pl, 8111111111012 '21 socmuls, 20 111111111055 5-1 svcumlu, 17M uecmlds, 11fU0f,U1ll01l0H, A1 fdef, G invllnu, 5'fn0t. 2 invhns, U font, 116 invlics, 11-if00t, 0 iniwhcs, 340 foot. 80 fc-et, il inulmsx, L20f001, 211lc1l0s, 111lf0017, 10inches, '70 A..1. 1J1l1lIlL!1l1llll,'H1'l, J.D1ll1ngluun, '88, J. J. 0'II:n'n, '71-L 1. G. Burnett, 'x0, A. 0. XV. Culver, '80, W. 1'. Lsunlnn, '86, King:.'75, Kinxz, '75, W. J. McNulty, '80, F. W. Monro, '81, IG L. l"lctu1mr, 'I-16, I.. W. nemm, '19, W. J. McNulty, '30, W. P. Lamndon, '80. llfvrrc. Many 18, 1878 Out-. 19, 188-1. Oct. 1887 May, 1887. Oct. 27, 1877. Oct 20, 1878 May 12, u-mc. May 12, 18813 Mny 18, 12-180. May xi, 1875 May 111, 1875. June 5, 1880 001. 27. 1877. Oct.. 10, 18821 . OCT. 27, 1877. Oct. 27, 1877. May 12, was UNIVERSITY NINE. Gy w X f mfil- ,g...5f'g 2321 'Q W"'i7"fJI ' if a'75: 4,11 W I ff - .Ilzzlm ,5 f .I - H4 'MQ H.:-ESQAX ' ,.-II II5fqhI,IQ gui-"' r i ii, ' f i. . .... ? if- fs' .5 ,gm swag? W A f AW ' Gifs . , if " " ZF' 54' -,533 1,2 YEFA-SUN ,if - . -,I-Fai, ll ,jx 4 : S X 'Nf"f.,75'3v.f .4 - xjki 1 N. L. I3,vI'IIs1, '98, ...... Ilimuutor Adxligowy Qon7n7H"Iee. S, W. LI'I"I'I.I-1, '98, Hmvmzn 'l'. RIOSIIICR, '90. The HVGPSHYH Nirpe of 1555. S. W. l,I'r1'I,I: '38, C:Ipt:Iin. I GI-:onmc RI:INIIAn'I', '90, 0. II. 'l'. Mosul-nn, '90, 311 II., ALEX. J. MIIDONMII, '90, pq B. C. Ll1'1'I.II, '01, s. s., II. M. DICKINSON, '89, lst lm., TC. S. IIIINSICIII-zu, 'SEL I. I'., S. W. LI'I'Tl.E, '88, 241 b., N. L. BATES, '38, c. f., C W. BIIIISSING, '88, I'. f., Subgfifufe. H. W. RILIGGS, '90. 71 INTERSTATE INTERGOLLEGIHTE LGGQOG GNUSS--i555 May 15, Schenectady, May 19, Schenectady, May 30, Schenectady, June 9, Clinton, .Tnnc 15, Syracuse, .Tnne 16, Rochester, April 2, Scllcnuulzuly, April 28, Sclicnuctmly, May 9, Albany May 12, Troy, May 22, Sclicncctmly, May 26, linllston, Jnnc 5, Schenectady, Hamilton vs. Union. . . Syracuse vs. Union, . Rochester vs. Union, ' Tlznnilton vs. Union, . Syracuse vs. Union, Rochester vs. Union, . Qlben Qaineg. Albany Law School vs. Union, Sclicnoctmly City vs. Union, . llimlgcliclwl Athletic Clnh vs. Union, R. P. I. vs. Union ,... Mcclmnicsvillc vs. Union, Ballston vs. Unibn, . . . ltirlgolicld Athletic Clnh vs. Union 72 J NL N 6 ik 11 GLASS NINES. '59- D. S. JVOORIIHICS. Director. M. NOI,AN, p. D. S. VOIllIPII'IS, c. A. 'l'1mNnUr.r., lst Im. F. F. Bmzssunu, 241 b. J. B. SNOW, cr. f. '90- A. MoDoN.u.n, Director. F. L. CARROLL, p. A. McDoN,u.n, c. H. C. D1-1 PUY, lst lm. G. H. Cmrrwz, 2d ln. W. S. CASSMW, r. f. P 91- B. C. Ll'rTI.r1,Di1'cctm'. J. H. SMILEY, c. B. C. LI'l"l'LE, p. W. A. MCDUNALD, lst IJ. W. H. PRESTON, 2d b. H. P. GIBSON, l. f. '92- VV. LICQUEEN, Jn., Director. W. MCQUI-11-JN, JR., p. R. B. L1-zwrs, c. E. O. Smrrn, lst b. Gr. F. MOSIIICIK, 2d b. F. WIIIPPLE, r. f. 73 J. L. WHALIQN, Sid IJ. WV. FAIRGRIIWH, S. S. E. S. HUNSICKER, I. f C. W. CULVI-in, r. I'. H. 'I'. AIOSIIIGR. 341 lm. H. NV. BRIGHS, S. S. WV. H. EDXVARDS, 1. f. E. F. PICKFORD, c. f. T. H. It0nlm1'soN, 3d b. D. M. VAN EPS, S. S. H. CONANT, r. f. T. L. W,x1.x1cn, c. f. A. C. Plcxroau, lid b. G-. H. DALIQY, S. S. J. V. WEMrl.E, I. f. A. M. BANK!-:R, c. f. FOOT BALL.. V . in .lEEll3Ql1m'l4MI' I'5X4l1"l"yrny,1' ?" 'L MJ22'1UmMM..LH'111L-Lis. . N. W. WAIT. Jr. M3llllgL'l', I R U S1-I ERS. F. LAUGIIREN, M. C., Centre, E. S. Cooss, '92, A. B. VAN VoAs'r, '90, H. W. BRIGGS. '90, G. C. S'rl-:wAm', '90, A. RATIIHONIC, L. S., W. MCQUEHN, Jr., '92, QUARTEIQ BACK. G. H. C1.u'1'n, '90. HALF BACKS. J. B. Snow, '89, C. W. CULVER, '89, Captain, F-ULL BACK. H. C. DEPUY, '90, ' ' SUBSTITUTES. - F. L. Comswoclc, '90, J. W. Ftncusox, G-. H. DAI.Ey, '92. 74 C1655 GTSVSOS--'59 Manager, . . . N. W. WAIT. IQUSI-IEI-QS. '1'UuNuUm., Centre. CAMERON, CONOVER, FMRGRIEVE. HUNSICICER, NOLAN, Wn,u,r:N QUAIQTEIQ BACIIC. FLANIOAN. HALF BACIKS. OULVER, SNOW. FULL BACI'C. NVAIT. J 90- Mnngger, . . . C. JOHNSON. VAN VoAs'r, CASSEDY, BENNETT, RU S 1-I ERS BRIGGS, Cen Lre, S1'mvAn'r, MO DONALD, COMSTOOK, QUARTEFQ BACK. JOHNSON. HAT.F BACKS. FULL BACK. D1-1 PUY. 'IG CLUTE. PICKFORD '91- hfanngelu , , , VV. FERGUSON. RUS!-IERS. FERGUSON, Centre. Rom-zwrs, CHURCH, DRURY, Smrmzv, PRESTON, BURR. QUARTER BACK. LrT1'l.l-:. HALF BACKS. CONANT, - MoDoNA1.n. FULL BACK. ROBERTSON. l 2 9?- Mannger, E. S. CooMs. RUSHERS. Plcxlfouu, Centre. Luwxs, PERKINS, Mrzsmzvs, ROBINSON, Mosmca, TRUMBULL QUARTER BACK. FURBI-xox. HALF BACKS .COONS, ' Mctgurzr-:N. FULL BACK. ' DALEY. 76 fi-' Y: x -.. ""'f q . , 45 1,-if " ""':-. QW LM? ff4+1, . TW -,f, , 3-. ' JZ- 1' ,L,,Q.1: . 3 q S! 27, A '51 ig 5 '.q:.s5,3,, ff f 455753 -p ?2Zgfas,., ,M 2 . f T' V T ' V - 1- L ,ffl KX . f it -ff - E l m s- xx- vw: ,. ""' I-.f A' ff- , jf fiff f ' F d"2w.6" ' f F sms i n 'I S "'l ff X55 X President, . N. W. WAIT:-:. Vice-President, . IC. F. l'1CKr'0rw. 'l'rensurcr, . . B. C. LI'I"l'Ll-I. Secretglry, .... MPISXGIIVPI. Membervg. '59 C. L. BARs'row, C. W. CULVER, E. S. HUNsr41lu-rn, F. F. BLESSING, T.. L. CAM11:noN, M. NOI.AN, E. T. CAmzor.r., P. S. Dum.oN, N. W. WHT, A. R. CoNovr:n, A. M. HARITER7 D. S. Voomuzns '90 E, B, BAKER, F. T.. CAlmuL1., C. JOHNSON J. I BENNI-:1'1', W. S. C.xssh:m', F. E, -IIAWKES, G-. II. Cl.U'l'E,' H. 'l'. Mosman F. W. BROWN, F. L. Comsmcrc, E. LP. PICKFORD, H. C. DICPUY, G. C. STEWART 77 '91 A H. CONANT, J. W. FERGUSON, W. A. MCDONAl.D, J. H. DRURY, B. C. LI1"rm:, I-I. W. PRESTON T. H. ROBERTSON. 'l'. L. WALKER. '92 A. M. BANKER, C. W. HIIIIAS, A. R. PERKINS, E. S. COONS, A. WV. HUNTl'IR, E. J. PREST, G. H. DALEY, W. LJCQUICEN, B. H. SANDERS, C. S. HART, G. I". Mosnmz, G. W. WAI1' 'Is f . H C M xx. SMUHQS X . 11 , -5- Qonprvpiidfee. IC. F. l'nc1c1"olcn, 14 B. Ihmzn, W. J. Tlmemzn L. CA1mom,, H. 'l'. Mosman. 79 TOBOGGHN CZLUB. . , JI , L "- - -- -I f I '-Ch . I ,,"- xx4 V' fag N' ,, ' X 'J' ?'...:..'sI5c' ju' WP- W "T -T-if Iggy - f 44, ig 'EE ..,. ,-,ig--:L N54 1 3-"' ' "iii ... ' , -'Hi .if f 1 K -- Nt ig , - A .H - f -ff .- - 1 nga? 1 M, ,S , - 1'-g 5- - , .5-'D-L .J M, , x,li -X 9 Y P14 , C35-.-' if ' H f Tifffi A. ' 1 :--fffs' ,gk Q . 2 E gtk'-.58--Q?" 4:-'T ,.-..-1 .,. : 52. '54, -. "Jig Tv , - l 1-q ' 'WI ,Q 3-.7 m,,E -4-'L 1.AAX:-gs - . N 5 l"... V - u Xx ' f- ' .v- - -X Q N ,, . 4 X ggls if Ml' 7. "ash .UAL 9'2" - N -, i . M ,mm - fn f 1 13ARSq-QW, V ooxu l IC las, CULVER, WUT: DORLON, BENNEW1 V IWGQUEICN, Dr: PUY, PIUKFORDJ L,.l.5.LEy Rom-:R1'soN, VVALKER, '92, lIUN'l'lm. B0 gl 81 CHLEE ZLUB. Director, ....... J. M. FURMAN, '89, First Teriors-C. W. Cunvnn, '89, Sccoml 'Fcnors-P. S. DQRLON, '89, C. H. Fr..xNxc.AN, 89, T. H. Rom-:m'soN, '91, First Bass-D. S. Voonmzss, 89, E. S. I'IUNs1clcr:R, '89, F. L. CARROLL, 90. Second Bass C. W. '1'RUMlsUI.L, '92 J. SMH.:-nv, '9l. F. E. IIAxvm:s, '90, C. F1sK1-1, '91, G. F. Mosmzn, '92. UNION QOLLEGE ORCHESTRA. J. FURMAN, . . Director. HARDER, '90, piano, Donr,oN,jlule, SIMPSON and GIBSON, lst violins, IIOWELL, comet, MESERVE, zfid violin, SCHWILK, trombone, V A BrzANnMAux,, bass. TERRQGE ORQHESTRG1. I W ,, -Y.. .-f--"' 55?-5 4' ' ,f-""-Z M225 if fa ,IIA dygrf dawg, Ji' 'fr , Ji, V . 57" Z' -. gi na Lmimafifif aj' W, 1, 1 ' 'di 4 S H ,ya 9? fir! 3 ' 5 in fyg 1 H ' M gt? f I7 i is 1 'gn 'ig' 514 " gil Y' L, E Air: -rv. X- g ...tg sw-. XX XX L, i ii ii ' 9--'1 1" 1+ ,M kv h 1 3 g i f 7'9i'TjfL,,1',,I' 4 Wigs .-3 i Lab- . A o 77' V,-,, ,A -- i " i ii, 'iff JH i Z43 L:fe?1? " ' l 5 f' ' I H T' H' n-mf:w1W' 2 . , 1 ' fvvwy -,J I , , ,acuity I. 3 A ' ff+e'if1fff9 A iflii if "Wi ' 5 ii I I V' 'E if ' 1a.f,z,.53gf 3'1':':x1' ix i , , 31 Ki: Q: gg-V.,.,,.-..- 1' if ' , .LQ --mi,--w:,,y - , ..,,.:,,-314 ..gN':1n:-2915, gui g i 2-H 2 .11 1 i i. XX "'-XX M' ' fl-K A 5-:Qi-Q. 21- .L X ' , : - ' 'ESX S255 K N -.gxxmi 9 ix,-iixf io . .ii , ' X x ' wk 4i'ffixN X X w , I . ' ' ' X' :Q R ' ' 2 ,i X' ' M7 5-.A 1 'V7r 7 Instn-uctor in Sound and Harmonies, . PROF. T. W VVRIFHT Soloist, . . . . . . . CARROLL, '90 " 011, why did they dig my poor ll10Lll0l"H grave so deep. ' H8FIHOl1iC1lS-I1UNSICKER, Til.lI1bOlll'il1US'--CULVER, '80 Kumi, Voolull-:Es TIAWKES. G-uitnx'ists-ROBERTSON, BONES-IINUX, FEnGUsoN, Bunn. Fish ITo1'r1s-BIQNNEW, Bull Dl'l.lIYl-EDNVAIIIPS, Dr: PUY, Rushcr of the Grrowler--H. 'Bnlxclu-:maori-' Winnmm Enter Dean. Emezmt Omnes. 83 - 8516150 QLUB. 5 "iff u h 'fl1'ff'fq1,?"?e?f.fff L' fl - I ""f'f'if1f" wif?" . ,,,X,1:.i, M533 ,Q 'I4' g, fl,,i gl, Q! 3 9- A., . 'T g ,-Q V4 - nwsgflf 5 , ,. if" ln" H19 b I Q, Z ' 1 ' V lffffz-A9'i'Svl'3wb ' 1:- 6510" 5151! -' . L.. ' '?' f ff f'Qi7Q9 ' 2 N X M W: .. GSTJ X X Il, X X .AQ ' X ....-,Z W.. .?, X vffff' ,f N -' . -n-'30 , BARSTOW, VOORHEFQ, CULVER, '89, XVAIT, '89, CAMERON, IIARDER, '90, DE PUY, VAN EPS, ROBERTSON, MoQUx-zmr, WALKER, '91, Mosman, '92, HAM, WAIT, '92. 84 ....,,,, IO. XC- ado N eW0o NEWCOMB. G. T. H. l midqiqbt, Deeember 22d, 1886, Bonn SEPTEMBER seth, :sae DIED DECEMBER 22d, naae. Saluql Ualql fwq! GI-II VITHAVIT IVIT WERE POSSIBLE EOR ONE SHORTIT HOUR T110 SEE EHE SOUES WE LOVED, YITHAVIT VITHEY MIGHTIT VITEIJI1 US U51-IAVD AND WHERE VITHEY BE. COlVI1VII'I"1'E3E2 OF' A1QRANGEMEN'l'S: WY L. ATIIIJYQ ff. l. BENNETYQ 711, F. lf. IIA IVICIJS, F. L. CARROLL, C. 70llN-YUM 11. C. Df'1'UY. . 11. r M05-1151.-. 8 GIBFDPP uf Gmmnnirs. ORA'1'ION.... . ..., O14A'1'0R OIJIC.. . ...... EI.14:G1s'1' DIRGI-1... .... CLASS or 'go l'lQ.'XYIiR .... ........ ..........., .... . . . .CHA1f1,AlN Al'I'I.ICA'l'lO IGNIS ,,.. CIIIICF Moulmx-21: I Qbffirrrs 0 GRAND MARSIIAL... .... A. I3 VAN Vu,xs'1'. ASSISTANT. . .. .... W, D. RowLEv. DRUM MAJOR .. ..... G. C. S'1'ExvAR'1'. CIIAPLAIN ..... ........ J . C. KNOX. 1'1I.IiGlS'1'. .. ..... J. W. CARMICHAEI.. ORA'1'OR .... H. W. Iikmfss, RG Rssomlmi Ns. VVHENICAS, The great-hearted and all-wise Faculty in their extreme kindness, have closed the domineering career of our late unsought tor and unavoidable companion, Algebra Newcomb, it is lt'z.m!7fm', That in the demise ol' Algebra Newcomb, whose greatest delight was in taunting his unwilling companions with their inability to com- prehend his structure and anatomy, we, the Class of '90, have been relieved ofa most distasteful and irksome associate. lt'cs0!11e1!', That we make manifest our most natural and proper relief and tlianlisgiving by bestowing upon him all due funeral pomp and glory, and also by presenting a copy ot' these resolutious to the Faculty as a slight testimonial of our appreciation of their regard for our sutlerings. CHAN . I. Upon the Pyre, Beneath the tire, The foe is dead. His race is run, Our day is won, XVe have no dread. II. Yon foe so bold, Death's hand so cold, Has borne you away. When fire will burn, Your bones will turn Into ashes gray. III. For the Soph' more We care no more, Do what they can, The bravest band, ln light we stand Each 'go man. 87 .g. D I R .g. Air: Aurn LANG Svuic. I, O, Neweoinh, we say goocl-hye 5 Pence to thy fishes gray. V ln yoncler eollin thou clost lie As now you hurn uwzty. Your cleinonstrzttions we cliclst hate 5 Long' prohlelns we clicl mourn, Un whieh we polled so very lute, Now look upon with scorn. Il. I XVhen lirst we sziw you l2lSlSt'lJlCllllJtTI', Your ways we clicl not knowg liut in the future wt-'ll l'CI1lL'llllJCl', XVhen from this 'pluce we go, Your series tlunketl us every clzty, Now gone :incl we :ire Iilt-st 3 So we sing out your linul lzty, lfor now you're going to rest. Ill. Now, let us ull our voices rztise ln shouts so cleur :incl loucl, To give this clevil hisclue praise, , Ancl on hint plziee at shroud 3 Now we have won the clrezulecl rztee Anal tztlit- one lingering loolq, lfor to thy linftl resting place Get gone, thou hzitenl hook. l'0l'l'l', HH v QAM? UNION, RIPI4EY'S POIN'1', IJAKE GEORGE. Second A017051 Loci Buly and '56- ALAN II. JACKSON. '57 JOHN T. B. GILMOUR. 55- AUQUST, 1559 Wn.r.lAM G. GILMOUR G ICORGE A, ROGERS NED. MCQUEEN. N. L. BATES. C. W. CULVER. SW. G. GILMOUR. NORMAN L. BATES, GEORGE C. BAKER, C. SOIIUYLER DAVIS, '59 CHARLES W. CULV:-:R. '90 IIOVVARD 'l'. MOSRER. '91- 'l'RAov II. RouER'rsoN, '99 WAl.'FER MGQUEEN, JR., "TI-IE IVIOLLIEDK' Captain, .... Jonah, Chaplains, Deck Hand, .... " THE ELlX4IRA." Captain, . . . Passenger, . 89 PGIGO. C. BAKER. G. A. ROGERS. TRACY ll. Rom-:R'1's. FAIR UNKNOWN. 5UNIOR QLFISS SUPPER. UBINDSOR Fpomsn, EIIJBANY, IZ. U. GSHuRsnAv,FlnaRx1Am' 91, ri-mo. Qommittee. EDWARD F. PICKFORD, E. BROWN BAKER, WILLIAM J. HARDEl!,' HOWAIQD '1'. MOSHER, FRI-xD. L. CARROLL. MENU. Blue Point Oysters, half shell. Soup, Printanier. l Broiled White Fish, Maitre d 'Hotel, Parisienne Potatoes. Chicken Pattie, ala Renie. Tenderloin of Beef larded with Mushrooms. Mashed Potatoes. String Beans. Stewed Tomatoes. Chicken Croquettes, wiigen Peas. Lobster Salad. Roman Pugand Cigarettes. Broiled Philaclelnhia Squab. -Eessed Lettuce, a la Francaise. Neapolitan Ice Cream. 1-Cakes, A Water Ices oo Tousrs. Toastmaster, . E. F. PICKFORD. "go," .... . . . F. L. COMSTOCK. " Long have we the honors of the College won, And the Profs. in us are wont to boast. Let us all remember we are here for Fung And to listen to the festive toast." Our President, ....... G. C. S'rEwAR'r. " Fear Prex. and keep his commandments, for this is the whole duty ofmanf' Nos blondes compagnons, ..... J. I. BENNETT. " The fair, chaste and inexpressive she."-Shake. The Eleven, .... . . . . G. H. CLUTE. U Then strip, lads, and to it, though sharp he the weather, .Xml if hy chance you should happen to fall, There are worse things in life than a tumhle on heather And life is in itselfbut a game of foot hall." Proi Wells, ........ E. B BAKER. And still they gazed and still the wonder grew, That one small head should carry all he knew. The Horse, . . . . . W. H. EDWARDS. " See the horse. lt is a kind horse. It helps little hoys over hard places. Can you ride the horse? I should smile. The Nine, . . . . . . . G. REINHART. H What zt lbul play had wc."-Shake. Those who have left us, . . . . . H. W. BRIGGS. " Fallen-Callell from high estate." College Widows, ..... " Eyes, look your last, rtrms. take your last embrace." '9o's Garnet, . . . . . " May success attend it." Our present condition, . . . . . Nous sommes ceque nous sommes, Si nous ne sonunes pas ceque Q Nous sommes, que sonimes nous ?--Anon. 01 ' F. E. HAYVKES. W. S. CAssEDv. F. L. CARROLL. ,IIG vb " Sometimes fair trulh in fiction we disyuis Sometimes present her naked lo men's eyes. PREX-'L A politician that would circumvent the devil." WIII'1'EY-"Warm in the glorious interest you pursue, And, -in one word, a good man and n true." PERK-" I chatter, chatter, as I llow, To join the brimming river, For men may come and men may go, , 1 But I go on foreverf 6 vw BILLY-"Then he will talk-good gods, how he will tullcl' T. XVRIGIIT-" Hnmph, l1nmph?" , A JAMES-" Thou tnllist as if thou were 11 king. Why so I am in mind." ASHIE-" Who muttered mumbling and low, As though his montl1 were fnll of dough." BROWVN-" A man whose blood is very snow-broth." IIOFFY-H He could distinguish, and divide, A hair twixt south, and south-west side." RIP-" I can smile, and murther while I smile." S'l'OLl1AR-" None .but himself can be his parallel." LIEUT.--" IIe is a very valiant treneher-nmn, And a good soldier,' too." A. WRIGIVI'-'l'he innocent delight he took, To see the student mind his hook, W'ns but the mnster's secretjoy, In school to hear the finest boy." 92 Qlglfffy-Nine. BLESSING--" My legs like loaded hrzmehes, bow to the earth." CAMERON-" lint rich he was of holy thought and work." CAliliOL - " His frozen aspect chills my inmost soul." CONOVER-H ls this the mam 'K is it you, sir, that knows :dl things." Clll',VlClt-U ll nm not u handsome mun, but. my clothes doth lend un :mir of respectability." DOILLON-"Alas! our young :tlleetions run to 'wailslf' l"AlltGlilClVE-" When one is past his thirtieth year, one then is just the some us dead." FLANIGAN-" Let no such mnn he trusted." FUHMAN-" Singing he is or fluling :ill the day." HANSON-"Some deem you wondrous wise, And some believe you mad." IIARIJER-" And cull that u moust.acl1c." IIUNSICKER-" A deluge of words, :i drop of sense," LEWIS-" lt pains me to recount his career." NOLAN--" The wreck of :L once proud man." SIMPSON-U Ah! why did he write poetry, That hereto was oivil, And scll his soul for vanity, To rhyming and the devil." SNOW-H As for my manners,--I never had none." VOORIIEES-H How oft we see :1 cox-comb dull and vain, Brim full of cash yet empty in his brain." WAIT-H A marvel of u mam, I faith! lispecially in his own eyes." WASHBURNE--"'l'l1e Lord sometimes makes mistakes." WIIALEN-" The great unwushed." Nlrpely. Bl5NNET'l'-"J:Lelc wus emb:u'rnssed, never here more, And as he knew not what to say he swore." BRANDMAHL-"He that eonverses with nobody is either at brute or :Ln angel." BROWN-'lTougli nnd devilish sly." I CARROLL-i'Un nztture do not lay the blame, but morc the place he came from." . U3 COMSTOCK f U What a heard hast thou got! thou hast got more hair on thy chin than Dobhin, my phill-horse has on his tail." Dia PUY-"I have an exposition of sleep come upon me." EDWARDS--"I love my steed, it is my pride, I always keep it by my side." FISH-" He beggars all description." HAWKES---"Don't open your month so wide as that, young man, or it 'll ketch so, ami not shut again, some day." HA RDER-" The soul of this rnan is in l1is clothes." KEMP-H For thy sake, Tobacco, I would do anything but die." ' KNOX -A hungry lean-face villain g a mere anatomy. I l'.OUHNElt--'tAll Gaul seems at last to he united."-Rochester lnterprcs, MCDONALD--4' l would the gods had nothing else to do but to confirm my curses." ' MOSll ER-"I wept when I was born and cvery day shows why." SCU WILK-H Music hath power to charm a toiler, But mine hath power to hnrst it boiler." S'l'l4lWAR'l'-" A heast that wants discourse of reason." VAN VO.'XS'l'-H Oh, it is excellent to have a giant's strength, but it is tyran- ons to use it like a giant." Ninety-Qrpe. v UllUltCll --" There are some things we cannot bear,' CONAN'l'-"Brass imprcgnablef' IJRUKY-t' At whose sight all the stars Hide their diminished heads." FENG USUN-"'l'alkers and not doersf' FISKE -tt Conceit in weakest hodies strongest works." GIBSON-" lle had only one idea and that was wrong." Ll'l"l'Ll'l-" lle that hath a great nose thinks that every one is speaking of it." ltIeDUNAlil7-" Nature hath framed strange fellows in her time." A l'ltES'l'ON-'R lle limi- am ti foolish uniig, Nor ever does a wise one." lttJl3lGltTSON-" What! So large a nerve have I." SMILEY--Get thee to a nunneryg go." VAN EPS-H A simple minded ehild of nature." WALKER-" Tom hates a liarg thus we see 'l'wo of a trade can ne'cr agree." 114 Ninety-Two. BANKFIR-" A coneeited gawk, pulled up with windy pride." COONS-" He has the swagger ol' one who wants to be thought a knowing card." Clll.V.lQlt-" ll' dirt were trumps what hands yon would hold." DA l.l4lY-" lle'll he older in the spring." DATLEY-" What is it? For lleaven's sake what is it. DOIG--U A habe, lusty and like to live." DOUG ALL-'L'l'l1e green blades of grass turn pale with envy as I pass," DUUGA N-" Not all the pnnnniee off this polished town Gan smooth this roughness of the harnyard down." FAGAN-" Nature herself started back, when thou Wert born, and cried, 'The work's not mine.' " FISHER-J' A head fhat's to be let uni'urnished." FURBIGCK-it You doubt his sex and take him for a girl. HART-" A tickle, lazy dog, who goes to meeting one night, and all the rest to shows." HILLS-"Search this thing deeply, if perchance thou may'st find aught therein." HUVNTER-H Define, define, the well-eduea.f.ed infant." HOWICLli-" With awkward gait, stretched neck and silly stare." LEWIS-VVith graceful step he walks, the street And smiles to all the maidens sweet. LOl+lBENS'l'ElN-How firm a " foundation," ye saints of' the Lord. MCQUEEN-'A As a freshman f came here filled with conceit, As a freshman I stay, to sleep and to eat." MESERVE-H He wanted at peg to hang his thoughts upon." MOSIIER-He is a man of an unbounded stomach. ORR--A hapless infant hero l roam Far from my dear maternal home. PERKINS--" Young Adonis, lovely, fresh and green," PICKFORD--He mocks heaven with giant height. PRlilS'1'--'l'hc hoy doth usurp the voice, gait and action of a gentlewoman. ROBINSON--For what earthly use this thing was made we are unable to comprehend. SANDERS--" This Freshman hailing from the South ls caused much trouble by his mouth, But yet one year in Union's town, , lfVe hope will make him simmer down." as SEBRTNG--" So very green the cows will make cuds of him before long." SMITH--" Great Scott! What n Freshman have we here, So modest, meek, and mild doth he upp0:u'." TRUMBULL-" Ile grins and looks broml nonsense with a stare." WAIT--" As one of Sntnn's eliernbimsf' WALKER--H Honey, und niilk, and sugary they are three." WEMPLE--L' I would my horse had the speed of your tongue, and so good n continuer. WHIPPLE--" The weakest kind of fruit falls earliest to the ground." WILLIAM S--U Consider what you first dirl swear unto:--'Fo fast,--to study, --and to see no woman." , , , . on I l Cx 1 '51 kvdiiiillby Y' " C' .qv "' 'S fu, -l4. lvl xp- 31 V , 4 i ,. , N ..' ,. Q , ,- .N W , . 10" v, x 1 H -.J "ua i is THE. :if CQm QWSiS Q-" H1011 --- Olle e. Q X or if f ? 9 Boarffcl oi Gclllorog. Jzts. llowimn llANSON, '89, w ll. il. la. lil. 141. T. ll. C. li. C ll. 'l' J. VV. G. F C. ll. Oimicnos, '89, llmvicnzs, '90, CAlinol.L, '89, . Dm PUY, '90, Li'r1'm-1, '91, Mosmciz, '90, . FERGUSON, '91, Moslmn, '92, FLANIGAN, '89, . Editor-in-cliioi' Associate Editors liitor:u'y Editor Associate Editors . Business Editor . Associate Editors . , Gillespie Club Editor 97 PRESIDENT WEBSTER. ARRISON E. WEBSTER, L.L. D., the recently elected president of Union College, stands in her catalogue as of two C-lZ'lSSCS-,62 and '68. He left the former to join a companyof New York Vol- unteers, having enlisted for the. war, and did not return until it was over, after an honorable career at the front. In college he was a brilliant man, graduating among the highest, and taking the Phi Beta Kappa. After graduating he immediately began to teach in the college as a tutor in natural history and physical geography, and in 1873 became professor of natiiral history, which chair he con- tinued to fill until 1883, when he accepted a professorship in Rochester University. He soon made a specialty of his favorite subject, namely, biology. In this he opened up new spheres of investigation, and estab- lished schools of Union College boys all along the coast, from Maine till Florida. The result was a beautiful and valuable cabinet of natural history, now in possession of Union College. During these labors he found time to enter the sphere of authorship, giving to the world several works on his favorite theme, which stand high in the scientific world, and have been endorsed by noted scientists. In his career as teacher he was a j5l'l.lllllS zvzlcrjbzzres, while his mag- netic character gave' him a strong hold among the 't boys." Almost without an exception the men that graduated under him became his warm personal friends, ever ready to listen to his counsels and follow his advice. Circumstances well understood by all Union men caused him to leave the college about tive years ago and accept a position in Roch- ester University, which he filled with marked success. 98 For four years Union was looking for a president who would meet all its requirements, when at last the choice fell on Professor Webster as the man best able to meet the emergency, and bring around him the alumni oflast twenty years, with youth and enthusiasm, and a strong attachment to him and the college. I-Ie accepted the charge with a full knowledge of its weight and re- sponsibility, and in his inaugural address said: U I stand here as a rep- resentative of the present and the future--not the past. I have abso- lutely forgotten the past in all that implies of antagonism and dishar- mony." There was great rejoicing at the news of his acceptance of the trustg and the boys rang the bells and lighted tires in their youthful enthusiasm, and on alumni day a crowd of friends old and young greeted him as he assumed the robes of his high ohiceg everything attested the wisdom of the choice of the trustees, and proved it also to be that of the students and the alumni. Rochester University parted from him with regret, and at her com- mencement crowned him with the I.L. ID. amid a burst ofapplause from the students that would not cease. At Union he was received with open arms, and at the Inaugural Day was a great success. This preceded the commencement, so that he was able to preside on that occasion, which he did with dignity and accept- ance, thus ushering in a period of good feeling that augurs well for the future. It was then the universal expression that he was the man for thc place, and he himself is firmly determined to deserve that success which the friends " Old Union " are confident he will achieve. The new term opened with gratifying prospects-the new class being much larger than that of the preceding year, thus showing in so short a time the favorable impulse of the new regime. The president made it his first duty to become acquainted with the students that he might un- derstand their status and meet each one on individual grounds. Many of these have already communed with him with profit, and made new resolves under the influence of his advice and guidance. From the sm chapel desk he ha.s administered wise Christian counsel, and made earn- est appeals for the pure and the good. His presence and his otlicial position have effected the most necessary of all things for the college, namely, the restoration of confidence. Students and faculty now look into a. brighter future, and are confident that a few years will eHect great things for the college through the honest labor and steady loyalty of all who have the good of the college at heart.-E510 pnjheimz. 100 K Q we .5- M f C-i ef' M4 ' iii.-K, 3, ' um 'lx it J i!f'1 1 5 X w 00' fm? l X -Y 'S A il i viii' ' N li Nga-?iqjlWl M w i ww EQNGQGEMENTS, ARE THEY FFIILURES? " WAS engaged and so was May, But still we flirted all that day, And told ourselves t'was all in play, Engagements, are they failures? For Fay and Frank had gone away, So we two in a hammock lay, And laughed and talked with spirits gay, Engagements, are they failures? "They are," said Frank, and "yes," said Fay " You two may now go on your way," For we have married been to-day," lflngagements are they failures? ' Guo. tToms'rock ISAKER. .mpg 3..Cq.-3:4-... Quivmis PRESCRIPTION. V ISSICS, yllllllflllll .mf 'l'hat was the inscription, For a broken heart, Cupid's own prescription. " Can you druggist play P" Asked I ofa maiden, " l can try," she said, Qllreath with fragrance laden.l Qlzmlflmz slgf it said, Q'Tis a dainty pleasurej I've not got it yet, No, nor half the measure. GEO. fl0MS'l'OLIK lhxlclzxz. 101 HER Lltzrrtza, 31 H li night winds quiver among the trees, And the chimes peal out in happy tone 'l'here's a fairer perfume on the evening h As I sit in my rookery all alone. I say alone-hut I seem to feel Her presence fair in the words I read, For after breaking the dainty seal, Her letter is all the friend I need. Though Ctr away ina distant land, She sends her own sweet self to me, And the words she wrote in her dainty hand My solace and comfort for days shall be. For on us to-night the same moon shines, And thought can travel across the seag And the thoughts I read in the slender lines Are the thoughts that ever are dear to me. 7 Gao. 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Ma 11 E-iguhlf E US' 311 y - 1 Uhebhy 1 66.9391 I , I - j'-' Ihr ik: livjf Has! fglZ71g'lZZ'7IS in Bzzfybs, Guifars, ,- -- Vzolifzs, 5f7'l'7lg'.Y mm' 1Wnsz'czzl MK7'Ckd7llfZ'.9K of !1i'Z"6'7jf fQL'Kt'7'Z77fZ.0Il you wi!! be sure - 4 fo find what you wan! af ... I CLUETTMSONS, Z - QS State Street, N 265 River Street, 1 F. ALBANY. TROY. 1 " HEAD-QUARTERS FOR ALL on' SOHIRMERS PUBLICATIONS, AND THE .Q -- LARGEST STOCK OF POPULAR Music IN THE CITY. L I M-,,.., L.-.,..L LLLL L,.L,..,m n A flIILLIL,I,,LIL,I-II,I.LI.lLI,L,l I I IIIU I I I II I I I I I I I I IQ MOWO0M ALBANY. IITCJ when the un his I1 were shedding !Jt'tI'T1II1Q iiicsgirning, Inii-In strtearning through the trees 3 find I watched the sirefirnlet ghsteninq, ns entrancerl, I there was listening lo the inciting, inerrti rntisic onthe breeze, when, beneath a tree ref lining, where no MII of sun was shining, Io! I snvv n Iellow- neinn on the ground! Though no other feature shifted, quiciclu hw his uiicvSiiiJiiIiw1- -now we Iiftoti ns he wildlg looked around. "Good !rienr1,"szIicII, npproaching, "do not charge me with entzrofiching---are IVIOU waiting for some messenger of news?" Bti! no other word ho uttered, and no other sentence rnuttered, save "You'II Iind theru's none Iilce Joseph Ferirg's boots and shoes," " Th:it':- rt sfmnge expression, suroIg7" sfiid I, looic- iiown dernureltg " I trust, dear sir, that got: mg question wiII excuse " But he onln looked the prouder as he spoke the words the louder, " Thore's alwatis perfect comfort in Joseph Fearetrs boots find shoes!" " Whg, bless rne, man," I shouted, as his ssinitii I doubtt-41, "'Tis surely naught to rnrie what peoples goods tiou use!" But he onig cried the higher, with enthusi- :istic tire, " You'Il mve cash bg wearing Joseoh Fottrifs boots and shoes!" So I Ioit hirn there reclining, where no mtg of sun was shining, and Iruqucntlg I wonderen at the words that mrm tht! tiseg thinking surehi 'twas rx migstertl, and that some hifi- fiun history was weaving 'round mgself and Joseph Feart-u's boots rinn 5.010051 So then I resolved to bun thcing nag, I Iult conipolltrtt to tru therng and behold! l've Cause for glrtdness that the worasi Ceoinud were madness IITUUCGO ine thus to Innctmse Joseph Fi,:aru's rnatchless boots anti shoes. ke YQ I thnt rustic path was treati- ' -as "vhs 3 ' , '-- at ' . THE LARGEST RETAIL SEND FOR SHOE HOUSE IN ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. CENTRAL NEW YORK. JOSEPH FEAREY 84 SON, 23 North Pearl St., - Alloahg, N.Y. KEE A LBA NK ,.........-I-.u.,, ,,-44..... W, ,, LEEJ'S .:,,,:.. 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GARTLAND, 504 Broadway, Albany, N Y 0 .'1LlfA .Y Y. VVlxoles:xlk- und Retail Dealer in fM,e1'Us, 'goulchal and Boys' Cfloilming, Zbdlilitary, G-rand .A.rrr:l.y, Band., Bicycle and Society 'U'11.ifcrrr:.s ax Speci alty. Nos, l8, 20. 22 AND 241 JAMES STREET. Corner Niuinlen Lune. ALBANY, N. Y. ' CONI-'ECTIONS,A Q30-ARRESH EVERY HOUR. ICE and ROOT' BEER. 90.11, 12.6.1 aw, gnlmy, 19. Gy. M. CUTL1211. Irnpurter urxd Dealer in :ls Bonneli, fu: Bmlg, fl: VQIVQI5 ma OSTRICH FEATHERS, ORAPES, ac., 5410 Broadway, Albany, N. Y. .-11,1:.1.vr. 12 PLAIN STREET, 01317 . C uvqcass. 'Y .5 GN , ALBANY, N. Y. Xxfxl- ,T,XX , ,.. DESIRES TO OALL THE ATTENTION OF THE CZSOLLEGE RRQTERNITIES DF - TO THE FACT THAT HIS FACILITIES ARE NOW SUCH THAT I-IE CAN FILL ALL ORDERS ?ROMPTLY..' -. ,f J X 5? DRESS I . is E of 5 . s U I 1' s 1 A 3 Q Z MADE 'ro onozn. Q: il 5 bw. satin -1- Lined. -Q: an N -CE ,: 5 -5 Q mi tv I O . CQ Q3 3 AC ,If 41 wzxsnlnrsrnn Avenue. W - f . 1 V al ,f Shaw 81 Roblnson. I"X 1XX.-XXQ 'QU X N -xxxkx XXX ff oaaaamxzaefio 1g5O. ,. we 'A " V u u V 0 -A K gmbczrljy- Cxfy- lgjffflfjd GIIQCJI Qvcljcslrwzr. W. G. B ERDMANN, ----- MANAGER AND DIRECTOR. F uu--. T-C31--In T rmw' ww-rw1'xl.r1,mlb!-T1f?v'w 'fw' H1 :vw llmlwrvvw,Vn'v1wwPM!'1 'ow Ceqcerfs, Xifzddiqgs, Pwlcar Rzczpifaaqs, aqqdzfs, GOIJIIEGE GOMMENGHIVIENVIIS AND I'?UBI1IG DEIVIONSVITR1-UITIONS. 466 BIQOAl.JVVAY, ALBANY, N. Y Address, Q A L HA N V. t -JOHN T. j0H NSQN, . L Me rbclvaxrptf-'I:alllQ13 t No.i35bM1l1?EN Lam, J W 2 l 'ffl AFB AZ? N'hY'm' DOE S. E. MILLER, Jr., NIAIXIISIQ an-t FINIC GliAlJl,'I 5211iEiTfEf????3,CU5l0m SWTS 5'5" Wf? BATH Rims, SLIPMQRS, ETC , 534 N 2365 hflzgxicleu La11e,4AllJa11y, N.Y. l 0rzQ Price! -W SCIIIATQ Dezllinfgl QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ. uQfuooo4. ..n4..4+4..QQ o a o Q Q Q ' U NIC 'Q ' , -1. . Q Q -............N.......0N................ CYCDWYQQ CQWQWQV, 80 8: 82 State Street, Albany, N. Y. Lrxrge-st Clothing Plnuse in the Stute outside of Ne-xx' Yuri: City. ALBANY AND TROY ' R. K. QUAYLE, Engravaranrl Printer, ALBAINIY, N. Y. Commercial Engraving, Wedding and Calling Cards, Coats of Arms, Monograms, Etc. College Engraving e Specialty. J. L. MANNY. I W. D. HARDY. MANNY a. HARDY, TA I L 0 R S . The Largest Assortment of Foreign and Domestic Fabrics in the City. 36 Third St., Troy, N. Y. 10 Tnoy. HENRY LOEDELL Ez CO., lfloe - Well- Popereg. 13 AND 135 THIRD STREET, - - TROY, N.Y. S11'ECIAI, PIQICPIS TO S1'UIDENTS. Ellllmneiojqm Eillomeleq, AMYERIQAQQQQ- SILYCYESQWEQHYY -le, RRORRWXTORR- 2229? Wi'killHN an DJINIELQ KEOCKQ QFIK, CO, + Largest l-louse dealing exclusively iq RUBBER GOODS iq Northern New York. GFNERAI LINE -l JOBBING RUBBFR eooos, , RUBBER GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Rulmel-B as O BQOADWAY. l XVho1esu1sa:anc1 1Qete1il. 227 RIVER ST Dorplel Klock Ei Co., - Treoy, Y. C. I-I. VV, ILSON 8a CO., iVOO0Q0QO96QO64vOQ99v10O4Qf9vvQ'Qv9QOv1P96O+00Q'O'00OO0O60QOfOQ000Q6+O4Qv9-9-QQ0Ov099QQQO00QQVz N14 I X-V :ooo "' - sovvos 71x 1 fax obnohbnv' 09000010 l,N..,.,...,.W..W.,...,.oo.N,.o.,,,,,.,,,..so,..,.M,,,.,i 242 AND 244 RIVER STREET, TROY. N. Y. TR 0 Y .gl ND SC7IllL'NE!I7'A D V. 1 1 Alaeiliileiil Wlllieieeilaegggiirirefeaelliceee, Phototographer for Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Classes '83, '84 '85, '86, '87 and '88. Cohoes, '88, Troy High School, '8S. lCgbe1't's High School, '88. Special Rates to Students, First-Class Work. 44 Third St., Troy, N Y HANFORD ROBINSON, 263 STATE STREET, Newsdealer and tatiener. Newspapers and Magazines, Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes. CIRCULATING MBRARY. 12 SCIIENEILTAD Y. Cilizeng Corpg Flililmry Band and Orcheglrzt. Military and Orchestra 1VIusic Furnished for Paradaa, Ccmmancamanta, Balls, Parties, Etc- D. R. SMITH, Manager. Address, 505 UNION STREET, SCHENECTADY, N. Y. UNION COLLEGE STUDENTS! You will find the finest Selected Stock of BOOTS and SHOES, RUBBERS, SLIPPERS, 8cc.', IN TH1a,C1TY, AT F. D. l-lubafa, 236 State St. b N. B. Fine Custom Worlc and Repairing a Specialty. us: LLQENLGNES RestauranT, FIARST-Cl..ASS lN EVERY lllil'AR'l'NlliNT. Lazcizbs Dmmg-Room Affozcheazf 104 and 106 Wall Street, Opposite N. Y. C. Depot. Scheneetady, N. Y. S611 ENEO TAD Y. 1 ...Ng TEE GX... 5 Mi1Qi5IVIMfNE3f?EEWM5, SCHENECTADY, N- Y. INSULATED WIRES, UNDERGROUND TUBES and UABLES 'WR MIL X-QLIEGTRXGPQLI XTXIGRXR UTY ' . - 1- ' Jw. www ' DUL Il ' I I "I IC t Y A 1 I Lo . ' Us 23,4 I I .Q , , I, I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIUI J MANLIFACTU RElf2S Oli' EDISON ELECTRIC LIGHT MACHINERY, SPRAGUE ELECTRIC MOTQRS, ac., ik IQLIIIZQIS ik God GK GZIDZPGII ik mGObi9ZPy. W. T. 1-IANSQN Sc co., Dieucscarsms AND EPUVDHEGARIES, 305 STATE STREET, COR. CENTRE, SCHENECTADY, N. Y. , Fancy -:- and -:- Toilet -:- Articles .:- in -:- Great -:- Variety. Fawn CIGARPQTPE.---SPECIALTY. E--ARCAD L-.. .EE .... EEE-. .... , . -s1es!eM.------- .EE ,.,.i'22 A AMB AlN P PPP WIWWFP P-"'-2-5 GEOIQGE C. ZEZISISQIQ. Proprietor. PARTIES SUPPLIED IN .ARCADE HALL. A full Stfrclc of VV-ines, Liquors IJFICI Cigurs. x - X CHA5. N. YAIES, i 3 Furniture M Undqrta Kim? Wa rqroomg l36 STATE STREET. SCHENECTADY, N. Y. . Beds, - Chairs, - ivlattresses, Ancl11l1Al'liLf1e P ' .inilig tn Fx! TRNISVI-IING S'lAflDPDNTS, PQCDCJXVIS. Goods 1De1iVer'ed Free. SUIIENEUTA D Y. 15 Best Assortment in the City, aHatq, Gam, Zinonlqq, gage, H Gloveq Umlanellaga, 936. NOT TC BE UNDERSCLD. L. T. CLUTE, 227 STATE STREET. -Mo IQOBERT T. Moria, ow- CSuccessor to JOHN GII,MOURj llcalcr in 'ootlollego Books, as Stationery as and at Paper Hangingsaas .AT LO VV EST PRICES. Stanford Block, 383 State and i5o Centre Sts., Schenectady, N. Y, AGEN1' Fon ANCHOR, INMAN AND CUNARD AMERICAN TRANS-ATLANTIC s'rEAMsr-uP LINES. ROOMS PAPERED TO ORDER. CHARLES GATES, KS llmf CCSSUI' 1.0 JAMES l'lCKl'I'l"I'D. ,Schenectady Oity Qaffafe Expraegg, llnl been ill lllc Blllillltkk Illlll llolllillg llrfl ill lliu lllllllln Illlu IHVUI' been lnlllll DHIIIHKIEII or Delllycal- Always on Hand at Every Train. Call Book at Baggage Room. With every article sold at the Boston One-Price Clothing House we give the following -- GUARANTEE 2 -- We warrant every article or garment sold by us to be as represented by our salesmen, and guarantee it to be lower in price than same quality and make can be bought elsewhere, and further, if after home inspection, you for any reason become dissatisfied with your purchase, bring it back in good condition any time within thirty days, ancl we will cheerfully refund you the money paid for it. BOSTON ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, 174 State Street, SCHENECTADY, N. Y. 16 - T SUIIENECTADY. ANDREW T VEEDEE al SUN, VVho1esa1e and Retail zaszaszcanoovoovezaa:eaoocescovoo-cz::asznqvaovwancoooowoz:1zzooweaaeczz:::zz:::::::::::Q:::::::::::: EEQiL,JLQTQETETETSTTTST Also Supplies fNUcroscopes and Cfelescepes, An::1 Other SGTHNTUYIG ATJIJQXHQXTUS ON 1s1ffs'1f fmzlqms. The Best Supply of EQQJIUZSHC QTSQIPS7 261 STATE STREET, """ SCI-IENECTADY, N. Y. T VV ILSGN DAVIS, Merocbaryjf-1-Tailerb, 237 STATE STREET, - - - SCHENECTADY, N.Y. HCIII YlL'l,'l'.-l li Y. I D. R. SMITH, Resident Dentist CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY. Call and Secure my Special Rates to Students. ESTABLISHED 1829. A. BRCVVN 8: SON, Uplzolsterers end Furniture Dealers. 302 STATE STREET, SCHENECTADY, N. Y. J0llN G. GREENE. A. G. Vlildlllflll. GREENE 6: VEEDER, Coal and XZSZ'ood, Sewer Pipe, Blue Stone Flagging, Curb, Sills, 8Lc. Agents White Star and National Line Steamships. Office: 128 Well Street, SCI-IENECTADY, N. Y- RESTAURANT T IN 'l'lllC -- Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, Noxv Llrxnler the llirectiun of the Assot-izxtitxnx. RUUMS l'fSl'liCIAl.l,Y RIQSIQRYIQIJ FUR IADIES- O?EN FROM Z A.. IW.. TO 10 P. ISI. C elm uw llvS1'11-OH Regular' Dlllll' 1' 259 C1'lll1'- Pllfl 1'll RUWVW V is .wf 111f.v1ff'1,1n r. f MMMMMMMMMMMMM QPlZofofraaFl2e,r0 .ses 554 . - mn 'rm-: Y-A 44 Gollefe. + ff-"X 'Q QF 9 C65 CD Q Siarvfe jzlggorakmenk of l79r0ahjeg jZllwaQyg on Wand. WWFWWWWWTWWWF Sl ll1'L'1YlaY,'7.flIl li I U elf 222 Ujestimgbouge 212 go., mi. 1.,1. nw ll..4L f .-.Ur Portable and Traction Engines, 4-15 H. P., Grain Threshers Combined Clover and Grain Threshers, Broom Corn Scrapers, Circular and Drag Sawing Machines, Lever and Tread Horse Powers, Saw Mills, 8zc., 8cc. Gagvtirgg made in any Quantity, EK we jlncljtectu nal leon Wonk Funmigned I ll l Engine fm'lne1'ly uf-:od in Works, will he sold for :li RCILHOIIILIPIU Price. WILLIAM SAUTER, PRESCRIPTION PIMRMACY NO. 405 STATE STREET. CARLEY HOUSE BLOCK, - - SCllIiNIiC'l'.fXlJY, Nl BAREYTE 85 BIRCH, WlIOLESAI.E AND RETA11. DEALERS IN Coal, Wood, Iiime and Cement if 3065 B1 308 UNXQN STRl5XXSfXf, li SCI-'I FIN li2L7'1'Al DY, N. Y. Q0 H!.lllC.YM,7',fl1H'. Sk II. S. BARNEY dk G0., 91? Ztlfr, 221 ti 223 Slate St.. Scllcncctmiy, N. Y. Lqadirycg Dry Qoodg and Qarpqt j-louse Sl'l'1lFXAI..-NY!! sr-ll the Blau-k Ilimmmd tiniest.:-uutilvio Shirt Also, liurim Iinpmvcd Shield Shirt. SL00. 'fiwso shirts in lll1Illilj'll1'!' equal tn any uustmn ni' wxuly inside gzuwiiniits in thu inawkct.. Nowvst Stylus in Hants' N1-uicwuau':u1r1 G0ilfS'f'1!iltl.l'N ILlltlClI1i'N. Cn1'1'vm-ti Siinpvs. II. S.' BARNEY N CO. CONRAD GCETZ, Merbcbcxiyi Tailor? l'llRl"EC'l' l"l'l' AND H0011 WORK tiUARAN'l'l'IED. :z QIiN'1'1QAL AIQCAIJIQ, - . - - SCI-IE3N1f2CTAlJY, N. Y SGHEJVEFB THQ Y STEHJII LH U'.7V77Y2 Y. No. e CENTRAL ARCADE. Work mlnnc :it thc following low mics - Vullnrs Zliifi Cuffs, 2 cents cnchg Umlcrshirts, S ccnls cnchg Shirts, IZZ cents unch: Socks, 4 cents each. All work in like proportion. THOMAS ODY, ' ---- Proprietor. SUllIf.YEI,i7'A II Y. Q I , 3. 3 i'QEn1ER QD. Donw, fs. r nf' 1,mi1:Ai.if:iQ IN + Q G .ifzbwij , H F a miss liivirsiqrziiims, CSRUNIQS, Gini-s. X" l' No. C307 State Street. WGENQMQPBERT' AND 1Jl'IAf4li1Q IN Engravings, Eichings, Photographs, ek Picture Frames and Wall Decorations. H Fliiofsm-QSIJASS DE:o20i2An10iq' Smixirn mo TINY h?,-xiqrn me mr-is Gounimiw. NO 12525 S'1'A.'l'lC S'1'lQI'2l'l'1'. - - - SCPIl'2Nl'lC'1'fXl3Y, N. Y I-1. F. SMITH, Qrys-Preise Qicoiivisra - l Jli1XI.lf2N IN -- iViens', Youi:hs', Bags' and Childrens Clothing YIINIYLQ .11 rwfo Skiing O1f1'1'rvfmM lkmgegi lleino of GQni5' Furnighingg Goodg, Hzxig. QC. 6012 SVITIUITE AND U51-Kirin SVITRHHVITS, - SGI-IHNI IVITADY, H. SITIIENEUTAIJ V. B E L L E R ' S BILLIARD PARLORS The Finegl Regorlt in H19 City. C, A G. BELLER, - - - Paormmon. Cor. State and Centre Streets, Opposite Carley House SCHENECTJ-s.DLfz', NY. LEE W. 'CASE FRANK LEV1 CASE 84 CO., QOPPER,8R?1SS,.-EIND SHEET IRON Woms. STIQMI Ill-I.-WING, l'I,iEMl1INil, NIIYIIXI, WORK. VVAIQ NliN S'l'1Ql':l'I'F, -' ' - bCl'I I3Nl':C'1tfXl7Y', N 'i S'l'A'l'l42 S'ltlil':l':'l', - - - SL? I-I l':Nl':C'1tAl3X', N 1 ,' f' ' V ' L I I I ' I ll 7 4 T 'X E!! x '1 3' 1 Z H ,, k I 1. ' 514 fix V wx 9 ni WL f tl in tx -' il W , -H L A ' W Yi A IIN A S1D13CIAXL'l"Y. The BQSI jldveriigor ig A Smfigfied Cu5I0mQr VAN ZANDT X SI-LAFFEIQ WDEQHIIIIIIII sigtsa-QW 1 :Incl LZ CeIItr:.I11Xro:Icle, - Solxeneolrxdy, N. Y. '1'RUSSLS, SHOULDER BRACES, TOILET ARTICLES, Nl IAAIIDIQ :ya-15, "l'l'31'2 FII M EIL-. VVOOD BROS., 255 SIIIAIIIE SIIIIQEIIUII, - - - SGI-IENEGIIIIIIJY, IR. U. IJl12AI.I'1lQS IN gamma IIQIIIQDIQIEIIIQQ G OES SHIRTS, COLLARS, AND CUFFS. LA'1'Es'I' s'IYI,Es IN NEGKWIIAR, SILK IIANDKERCHIEFS, SCARF l'INS, SLIGEVE BII11oNs mc, GOODS lll'1Cl'Ilvl'Ill FUR TROY LAUNDRY. L. P. HART, UNIQN S'rREI5T MIEAT MIIIQKEII. Clmicc Buell Pork, Mnilun and l'oulII'y I-olnslaunily on lnunl. vI5c11f:'1'AI3I.If:s IN TI-II-:IIQ Sl'2A.SON. GJ naw IMIQIII If dl If fDxLIII':IfIIfIc.III 524 III pQIIoI'iIIuIF1 NO. 507 UNION STREET. -'99-NIKE H1523 ' Q2-'yvb ff Fhxiilliblo :x"T'Q+'-z..ff-: I-w:Y'cQI-144+ 'JFK N54 1' A V Crvftxh -ex. GQIHQIMIIQ, IQLIQIIIIQ ,MImIm:wIIlQ .,1r.3,'r.-I-3-5'e.I,w.-3.1 fr.3fn-rv'-32-I Q-5'r-:jq'W1.I3"'5..,., :-'61-1: :-sf'+xgw1'f'3-.L :-aff-Q wif'-4 :- I mo 'I GI1mRIxL IXXKCIXDELL I as Pxiqzral Eesigqs e, Specielfy. Q4 NC'lllL'NIL'I 'lui n V. YYI LLIAM STOOPS, MERCHANT TAILOR AND LEADER IN FASHIONS. DRESS SUITS .A. SPECIALTY. 12:51 S'l'ATI'I S'F., SLT!-IIiNIiC'I'ADY, N. Y. ulllllulx. A. G. VEIBIJICIQ. Q. S. I.UII'II'-MAN. UI. G. I.. f SCROLL SAWING AND IIIIACKWI' WORK. VIIIIDER, LUIIIIMAN 8 ACKISRMAN, STEAM PLANING IVIILL. ALL KINDS OF BUILDING LUIVIBER, And NlllllIII'il0IlIl'0l'S ol' Doors. Sash, Blinds. Mouldings. kv. TURNING, STOOPS, IVIANTIIEIS, and Alix Idinds of Inside Finish io Order 251 Stalfe Sir:-ot, Sclnonoclmly, N. Y. J. G. SCHUMACHER 5: SON, CITY BOOT AND SHOE STORE. .-XIBO IIULI, I,INIE OI? TIQNNIS AND GYMNIXSIUM SIIUIIS. No. 519 Stale Struct, Schenectady, N. Y. .'I'. EI. -REEVES 527 CO. I-146633 DEALERS IN IIGTDBJLQ CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, A S 1l'f1Y9L1i - H.N'17 - 1+'.H.N'C Y- Wi? Y- GOODS Manufacturers of Cloaks and Dresses. 259 Smmis Smiqmzm, ......... SGI-mNEGmADY, TE. 'Q " XICICVICS. ' ' ' I ' . ' Ll " ' SCIIENEC'171DY. 25 gy xv 4ls-- OTTO KLEEMAN, vw 215 STATE STREET, SCHENECTADY, N. Y. NV dd Igs, Parties .md Festivals furrnishcd with Cream, -lellics, Clinrlolte clc Russo, Ncwp l I C R l nch, Bi:-:cull Glace, Plum Pudding Glace, 'Tutti lfrulli and l":1ncy0runge mul N 5, I l v l all styles, Chicken and l.ulmst S ld: ls, Boncd Turkey, Cnpon :md l,:mlud fimnc, cts, ctc. AT MOST REASONABLE PRICES. A1UMi5,sFRATERNITY BANQUETS A SPECIALTY.SZsJ,Wv CHARLES I-IQL-TZTX4AN, VVHOT4F3SALE AND l'QETAII4 Nl! T T 'T T T T T Nlf as C L C T lzl l 5 R. ras ,flx . - s M-, llll as . . s . ss Jlk COR. STATE AND FERRY STS., SCHENECTADY, N. Ya HFITS. fa HFITS. fa HFITS. My Qglalollgbmerpl lg llve Mogl Popular, and Mogl ldlloereel Place lrp The Qlly lo buy youre lTle1'ls,QQ1IaS, Glr1jl:a'racLlleIs,SP1aL11jl5s cujcl Slzreryeligg Bags. J. W. BUYER, 269 STATE STREET, - - SCH EN ECTADY, N. Y. 92- L. A. YOUNG,-GG -1- Pianos, Organs and Musical Marollaacllsa -z- IGENERALLY. ' Agent for the Decker Bros., Behr Bros., Haines Bros., George Steck 62 Co., Keller 8: Co. Pianos and the Smith, American, Sterling and Peloubet 84 Co. Organs. 2l2 State St., - - - - Schenectady, N, Y. 26 - CHAS. G. ELLIS, PI'6S'I EDWARD ELLIS, Treas. WALTER MGQUEEN, Y. PreS't. ALBERT J. PITKIN, Supt SGI-IENEGTADY LOGQMQTWEL WORKS, Scheueflmdy, D. y. S -- ---------A A 1 wwf- -4' -f-- Li0C01"9O'AA'X?GS QZSEXZIIDS GIAA glasses GV Sapaice, -T O :RJ F :Rf C IME l Bzsiggs Eurujisljczczl Lacy Railroad QGDDPQIIDAGS. ANNUAL AAAAAAAY, 300, -- l- 1848. 1889. SCIIENECUKADY AND NEWV YORK. Q7 tltllA Ciljuirv Grnrvrivs and lpruhisinns, Imported and Domestic Cigars, Tobacco, Confectionery, Etc. Fine Butter a Specialty. 601 and 603 Union Street. it if? f,Q'i!i1il',2 Y 1, , 'swf I I iii I 'ou udiin uiuuc di?nunu.ouedate1uc, Corner Liberty and Centre Streets. U Fine Imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars FRESH LAGER AND ALE ON TAP. ll First-Class Lunch Counter Attached g also Pool and Billiard Tables. iii H mi lfoieel '?Perr. FOR ARTISTIC6 USE in Eno drawingsd os. Cro - ill, , FOR FINE WRI5'TIfNG,w qu , 290 an 291 No. 303, and Ladics', 170. FOR BROAD WRITING, Nos. 2 , 389 and Stub Point, 849. FOR GENERAL 36RITINr3, Nos. 404, 332, 390 and 604. THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS. Gold Medal Paris Exposition, I878. hG'Iltt8cS hStN Yk fir ' 0 A-, .Que 9' ci? ii A ' 2 8 NEW' YORK J ' -1 X f ii d-X is .f A Uma . Q ' HH i A si lc ,V .fi-lk.l'lz, I . .,:. .f:s.z. ig 1,L.-w i .",ff.., hifi-ff A muasn wggg na man i llfl!3? W-" "'n"wWm' A ff f.l--s'2:i:rlil!.1 Q . fl " 'f..l:w?Hrl!1-l':- fig?lkgggj'1-mgrjflrigiigggFgi!qi4!Eq.g i l lFQ1f:21ill':Hiilil4 11' i f-1 .gigQ.x.,blg5r:.:..!'4.':+-lW... -.,n 51.1 L3 .-.m n A y wma r -M - we ' i G-"N'ff"' -i .i E15-52-14. 4 y GRAW GMRHSDFHPOT. 1 . flaw Homqx QITY. 6oo handsomely furnished rooms at SI.oo per day and up- wards. European Plan. Q First-class Restaurant. Dining Rooms, Cafe, and Lunch Counter, cz la raffle, at moderate prices. Guusrs BAGGAGE 'ro AND mom GIQAND CI5N'rRAI. DE1'o'1' FREE. Travelers arriving via Grand Central Depot SAVE CAR- RIAGE-Ieiliuc Axim BAoc:Aoic Exi-Russ by stopping at the Grand Union. Travelers can live well at the Grand Union for less money than at any other first-class hotel in New York. Send 6r:.yin Stamps for the best Guide to New York City ever lSSl1CCl-128 pages and map. lFOC'lllL'S7'lfR. Q5 lefwiiiiiiiis IurWPieem1Cigiei1eeie.ea. 4-45- Q ' wiaiw Q ,1i.- ., 'H i Y ri riiiiv ,im 1' 'i gvx' . '?1Z'! . lH+1h iHKwaluNHve ggggggiie Tuekkemnmuineiee Ferique and I.'i1'giI1ie. W, T 1 lv N . .,- VND N- gl,:,i' N vi mettow :.i1-.'i'U1ae, e -M-I2U- el-M I----V----A 'i'u1'k1Sl1 and Periiuc. UENUIIE TU-'-4-lkilil. Flake Cuts, Especially Adapted for the Pipe. VANITY FAIR. VIRGINIA ITIAKIQS. ULD GOLIJ MONTE CRISTO, THE LATEST MIXTURE. SALMAGUNDI, GR ANULATED MIXTURE. High Grade Cigarettes of Superior Quality. lineh packet contains certilicale entitling the holcler to money or choice of Albums. On sale with all lirsl-Class clezilers. KIMEALL'S ST li A I G IIT C UT C I GA R?lC'l"1'ES Unsurpessed in Quality. Used by People of Refined Taste. HIGHEST AWARD AT BRUSSELS, lass. The finest Smoking Mixtures are of our Manufacture. VVJSE- S. ICIJSEBALL 527 CO., Rocmssmsie, Ie. U. Fifteen First Prize Ibdedals. R I Cl I M 0 ND. AGXOUQ 46553 A6955 A6955 'QDQX YQQY 'QQY 'QQV Riqbmorpd Straicgbt Qut, No. I . Qlcga rqttes. Cigarette Snuulcers vlxo ll ng to puy u little U thu n the price -I 1 f 1 rmlinlxry trude Cigarettes will find tl mese cigarettes Superior to ull others. Bqwarq of lmitatioqs, and Obgerue that Sicgnaturq of LI17dqr5iQl7Qd flppqarg or7 Every Paekacge. ALLEN gl GINTER, MANUFACTURERS, RICHMOND, VA Q61 REQ! QG3CfLQQG55Q 'mx 'wx 'wx 'wx INDEX TO EIDVERTISEMENTS- Page. Page Albany City Band .... .... 7 Keeler, W. 11 .... . . . 5 Allen :SL Ginter .... .. 30 Kimball, Wm. S .. .. 29 Arcade Restaurant . . . .... 14 Kleeman, Otto. . . . . . . . 25 Barhyte Sz liireh ....... .... 1 0 Kloeh, D., jr. 85 Co ..... .. . 10 Barney, H. S. 8 Co .... 20 Lines, W. II. SL S. V . .. . . 22 l3eller's Billiard Hall .... .... 2 2 Lloyd ,..,............ . 11 Boston Clothing House . . . .... 15 Lobdell, Henry AI Co ..... . . . 10 Brown, A. SL Son ...... .... 1 7 Locomotive Works ..... 26 Burgess, J. L. ........ . 7 Manny AL Hardy. .... . . 9 Buyer, J. W. ......... .... 2 5 3 Mansion House .... . 10 Case, Levi dz Co. ....... .... 2 2 Miller, S, E ...... . . . 8 Citizens Corps Band .... .... 1 2 Moir, R. T .. . . 15 Cluett 8: Sons . .. ,... .... I 3 Ody, Thomas. . . ... . . . 20 Clute, L, T. ........ . . 15 Paaschen's ..,... .... . . . 27 Crafts, C. G. . . . . 6 Powers Photo Gallery .... . . . 18 Cutler, M. L ........ . . G , Quayle, R. K .......... . . 9 Davis, Wilson ......... .... 1 0 i Reeves, T. H. 85 Co .... 24 DeLong's Restaurant . . .... 12 ' Robison, Hanford. . . . . . . . . 11 Doty, P. M .... ....... .... 2 1 Sauter, Wm .... .......... . , . 19 Earl 85 Wilson .... .... . .. .... 11 , Schumacher, J. G. Sz Son .... . . 24 Edison Electric Works . . 13 Shaw Sz Robinson ......... . . . 7 Fearey :Sz Son ........ . . 4 Smith, D. R .... ........ . . 17 Gates, Charles .... . .... 15 Smith, H F .... .... . . . 21 Gillott, Joseph .. ... .... 27 Stoops, Wm .... ... .. .. . . 24 Goetz, Conrad ......... .... 2 0 1 'I'enth Regiment Band .... .. 5 Grand Union Hotel .... .... 2 8 lfnion Clothing llonse .... . . 8 Greene SZ Veeder . .. .... 17 1 Van Vrankins Art Gallery , . . , , 20 Grupe, the Florist. . . . .... 23 I Van Zandt. A5 Schaller . . . . . . . . 23 Hanson, W. 'l'. SL Co . . . .... 14 L Vedder, Lullinan 85 Ackerman ...,,, 24 Hart, L. P. .... .... . .... 2 3 I Veeder, A. 'l'. A6 Son . . . . . . . . . lb Hartley, E. C... .. . .... 27 , Westinghouse Works. . .. .. . , . 19 Holtzman, Chas .... 25 , Wilson, C. H, 81, Co.. . . . 10 Huber, F. D. ..... . 12 Wood Bros. . . . . . . . . . 23 Hulbert, E. C. .... . . 21 Yates, Chas. N .... .. . 14 11uy1er's ....... . . 0 - Y. M. C. A .... .. .. 17 Johnson, J. T .... . . 8 , Young, 11. A. . .. 2:3


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