CHAUTAUQUA, 1887.
CLASSIFIED PROGRAM
OF PUBLIC LECTURES TO BE DELIVERED AT THE CHAUTAUQUA
MEETINGS BETWEEN JULY 2 AND AUGUST 28.

The following program contains only the public exercises of the Summer Sessions at Chautauqua. Stenographic reports of about eighty of the lectures here announced will be printed in the Chautauqua Assembly Herald. The price of this paper is $1.00 per volume of nineteen issues; in combination with THE CHAUTAUQUAN to all subscribers sending in their subscriptions before August 1, $2.25. Address Dr. T.L. FLOOD, Meadville, Pa.

SPECIAL DAYS.
OPENING OF THE SEASON, JULY 2.
INDEPENDENCE DAY, JULY 4.
OPENING OF SUMMER SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS' RETREAT,
JULY 9.
MISSIONARY INSTITUTE, JULY 30-AUG. 1.
OPENING OF FOURTEENTH ASSEMBLY, AUG. 2.
LABOR REFORM DAY, AUG. 6.
ALUMNI REUNION (S. S. NORMAN DEP'T), AND BAPTIST
DAY, AUG. 11.
RECOGNITION DAY, C.L.S.C. CLASS, '87, AUG. 17
GRAND ARMY DAY, AUG. 20.
SERMONS
Sunday, July 3, Rev. Mark Guy Pearse, of England. Dr. J. W. Hamilton; of Boston.
Sunday, July 10, Rev. Mark Guy Pearse.
Sunday, July 17, Bishop W.E. Malallieu of New Orleans.
Sunday, July 24, Dr G. W. Miller.
Sunday, July 31, Sam Jones of Georgia. Chaplain C. C. McCabe.
Sunday, Aug. 7, Dr. A. M. Fairbairn, of Oxford, Eng.
Sunday, Aug. l4, Baccalaureate, Chancellor J H. Vincent, L.L.D.
Sunday, Aug. 21, Dr. J. T. Duryea. Dr. N. West.
Sunday, Aug. 28, -----.
ORATIONS AND ADDRESSES.
Independence Day, Hon. H. G. Horr, of Michigan, 2 p.m. July 4.
Missionary Address, Dr. Alexander Sutherland, Aug. 1.
Grand Army Day, Address: "The American People." Dr. B. M. Adams, August 20.
LITERATURE.
"Sidney Smith," Prof. C.J. Little, July 11.
"Walter Scott," Prof. C. J. Little, July 12.
"Wm. M. Thackeray," Prof, C. J. Little, July 13.
"George Eliot," Prof. C. J. Little, July 14.
"Alfred Tennyson," Prof. C. J. Little, July 15.
"Shakspere's Youth," Col. Homer B. Sprague, July 19.
"Shakspere as an Author," Col. Homer B. Sprague July 20.
"Shakspere as a Man," Col. Homer B. Sprague, July 21.
"Washington Irving," Wallace Bruce, Aug. 8.
"Childhood in Dickens," Wallace Bruce, Aug. 9.
"Babylonian and Hebrew Psalmody," Prof. D. G. Lyon, July 20.
"Some Italian Proverb " Prof. George F. McKibben, July 19.
"The Greek Drama," Prof. Edward Olson, Aug. 4.
"Horace" (three lectures), Prof. Lewis Stuart, Aug. 9, 11, and 12.
"Robert Browning's Poetry," Prof. W. D. McClintock, July 22.
"English Classical Poetry," Prof. W. D. McClintock, Aug. 15.
"Schiller, Life and Works," Prof Hermann J. Schmitz.
"Lessing, Life and Works," Prof. Hermann J. Schmitz, July 26.
"German Novelists," Prof. J. Adolph Schmitz, July 29.
"Luther, his Life and Influence on German Literature," Prof. Hermann J. Schmitz, Aug. 20.
"Introduction to Modern German Literature," Prof. J. Adolph Schmitz.
"Goethe's Faust," Prof. J. Adolph Schmitz.
"Early French Literature," Prof. A. De Rougemont.
"La Fontaine," Prof. A. De Rougemont.
"Voltaire as an Historian and Reformer," Prof. A. De Rougemont.
"Victor Hugo," Prof A. De Rougemont, July 27.
"The Book of Job," Prof. W. G.Ballantine, July 19.
LANGUAGE.
"The Language, Literature, and Education of the Ancient Egyptians," Prof. L. Dickerman.
"Picturesque Greek Words," Prof. Alfred .A; Wright, Aug. 19.
"The Debt of the English Language to the New Testament Greek," Prof. Alfred A. Wright.
"The Origin and Formation of. the French Language," Prof. A. De Rougemont.
"Qualities of the French Language comparison with the English Language," Prof. A. De Rougemont.
"Why Learn Greek?'' Prof. Edward Olson, Aug. 13.
SCIENCE.
"Astronomy" illustrated, Rev. C. M. Westlake, July 12.
"Genesis and Geology," Prof W. G. Ballantine, July 13.
"Chautauqua Flowers," Prof. Frederic Starr, July 23.
"The Glacial Period," Prof. Frederic Starr.
"The Chemistry of the Fine Arts," Prof. J. T. Edwards, July 25.
"Animal Intelligence and What it Signifies," Dr. J. T. Duryea, Aug. 16.
"Nature and Man," Dr. J. T. Duryea, Aug. 19.
"The Evolutionary Genesis of Man," Dr. N. West, Aug. 20.
"The Two Oceans," Prof. J. T. Edwards, Aug. 18.
THEOLOGICAL.
"Different Methods of Public Speaking Compared," Dr. J. M. Buckley, July 5.
"General and Special Preparation of Language, Thought, and Feeling," Dr. J. M. Buckley, July 6.
"The Minister Making Special Preparation and the Art of Public Speaking," Dr. J. M. Buckley, July 7.
"The Removal of Difficulties and the Treatment of Emergencies," Dr. J. M. Buckley, July 8.
"The Principles of Prophecy," Prof. D. A. McClenahan.
"Development in the Old Testament Revelation," Prof. D. A. McClenahan.
"The Church 0f the Future,"Prof. Noah K. Davis, July 15.
HISTORICAL, AND RELIGIOUS.
"The Conflict of the XVIth Century--Religions Old and New," Dr. A. M. Fairbairn, Aug. 3.
"The XVIIth Century--Its Conflict and its Problem--Europe," Dr. Fairbairn, Aug. 4.
"The XVIIth Century, its Conflict and its Problem--England and America, John Milton, and Questions of his Time," Dr. Fairbairn, Aug. 5.
"The XVIIIth Century, its Conflict of Faith and Denial--English Deism," Dr. Fairbairn, Aug. 8.
"The XIXth Century Compared and Contrasted with the IInd Century," Dr. Fairbairn, Aug. 9.
"The XIXth Century Religion--its Problems in the Higher Literature," Dr. Fairbairn, Aug. 10.
"A Bird's-eye View of the Roman World A. D. I," Dr. J. A. Broadus, Aug. 11.
"Some Fundamental Truths in Morals," Dr. J. T. Duryea, Aug. 18.
"A Sketch of some of the more Distinguished Pharaohs," Prof. L. Dickerman.
"The Domestic Life and Customs of the Egyptian Common People." Prof. L. Dickerman.
"The Bedouin Arabs," Prof. W. G. Ballantine, July 11.
"Babylonian Account of the Deluge," Prof. D. G. Lyon, July 12.
"Causes of the Decadence of Spain," Prof. William I. Knapp, July 20.
"Seen Through Shadows," Prof. R. S. Holmes, July 21.
"The Beginning of the Empire," Prof. R. S. Holmes, Aug. 16.
POLITICAL ECONOMY.
"Protection and Wages," Prof. W. G. Sumner, July 26.
"Protection and Commerce," Prof. W. G. Sumner, July 27.
"Question Drawer," Prof. W. G. Sumner, July 28.
Prof. R. E. Thompson, Aug. 4.
Prof. R. E. Thompson, Aug. 5.
Prof. R. E. Thompson, Aug. 6.
SOCIAL QUESTIONS.
"Our Southern Populations the Conservative Element of the Republic," Bishop W. F. Mallalieu, July 16.
"Woman in the Social Structure," Dr. O. H. Warren, July 18.
"The Chinese Problem in America," Mrs. S. L. Baldwin, July 30.
"Let My People Go," Joseph D. Weeks, Aug. 6.
"American Labor Organization," Prof. Richard T. Ely, July 18.
"Co-operation, the Ultimate Solution of the Labor Problem," Prof. Richard T. Ely, July 25.
"Progress and Perils of Popular Rule," Dr. C. R. Henderson, Aug. 10.
"Our Country's Possibilities and Perils," J. DeWitt Miller, Aug. 18.
LAW.
Public Lecture, Judge A. W. Tourgee, July 13.
Special Course Law Lectures by Judge Tourgee, July 14-30.
New plan of. instruction.
TRAVEL.
"California, the Golden Country" (illustrated), W. I. Marshall, July 2.
"Yosemite and Big Trees" (illustrated), W. I. Marshall, July 6.
"Colorado, the Centennial State" (illustrated), W. L. Marshall, July 7.
"Yellowstone National Park" (illustrated), W. I. Marshall, July 8.
"A visit to Mt. Nebo," Prof. W. G. Ballantine, July 15.
"Life in Madrid," Prof. William I. Knapp, July 27.
"Land, Language, and People of China" (illustrated), Dr. S.L. Baldwin, July 30.
"Japan," Rev. G. W. Knox, Aug. 1.
"Bedouins of the Desert," Miss Von Finkelstein, Aug. 1.
"Homes and Haunts of Jesus," Miss Von Finkelstein, Aug. 3.
"City Life in Jerusalem," Miss Von Finkelstein, Aug. 5.
"The Jews of Jerusalem," Miss Von Finkelstein, Aug. 6.
"Paris and the Four Napoleons" (illustrated), C. E. Bolton, Aug. 12.
"Romantic Rhineland" (illustrated), C.E. Bolton, Aug. 13.
"Reunited Germany and Heroic Louise." (illustrated), C. E. Bolton, Aug. 15.
MISCELLANEOUS
"Our Country" (illustrated), W. I. Marshall, July 4.
"The People Down West," Mark Guy Pearse, July 5.
"Hugh Latimer and the English Reformation," Mark Guy Pearse, July 6.
"Some Old Folks at Home," Mark Guy Pearse, July 8.
"Influence of the Stoic Philosophy upon the Moral and Intellectual Progress of Mankind," Prof George S. Horswell, July 16.
"Some Italian Proverbs," Prof. George F. McKibben, July 19.
"Eloquence, the Why and How," Col. H. B. Sprague, July 22.
"Practical versus Liberal Education," Prof. Noah K. Davis, July 22.
"Pluck," Dr. G. W. Miller, July 25.
"The Republic of San Marino," George F. McKibben, July 29.
"Culture," Prof. Edward Olson, July 29.
Sam P. Jones, July 30.
"Aristotle," Prof. Noah K. Davis, Aug. 5.
"Christ in Art," (illustrated), the Rev. W. H. Ingersoll, Aug. 9.
"Ready Wit," Wallace Bruce, August 10.
"Why Men Steal," the Rev. Emory J. Haynes, Aug. 11.
"Pivotal Points in Destiny," Dr. J. M. King,. Aug. 12.
"Superfluous Women," Mary A. Livermore, Aug. 16.
"Three-Thirds of a Man," J. DeWitt Miller.
"Egyptian Art and Architecture," Prof. L. Dickerman.
READINGS.
R. L. Cumnock, July 11, 27. Aug. 12.
A. P. Burbank, July 15 and 16.
Will Carleton, from his own works, Aug. 3 and 4.
George W. Cable, from his own works, Aug. 13 and 15.
George Riddle, "Shaksperean readings," July 18, 19, 21, and 22.
Nella F. Brown, Aug. 19, 20, 22, and 23.
ENTERTAINMENTS
Spelling Match, $10 and $5 prizes, July 14.
Pronunciation Match, $10 and $5 prizes, July 23.
Quotation Match, $10 and $5 prizes, July 26. Moot-Court, July 29.
CONCERTS.
A regular concert will be given. every Saturday through out the season. Prof. W. F. Sherwin, Director.
Princeton Glee Club. Full concert, July 20. Interludes, preludes, etc., July 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 21, and 22.
Diller's Cornet Band; Frequent overtures in Amphitheater, out-door concerts, lake excursions, concert numbers, etc., from July 25 to Aug. 21.
Boston Star Co. Aug. 19, 20, 22, and 23.
ORGAN RECITALS.
Twelve classic recitals will be given by Prof I. V. Flagler, as follows:
I. July 5. II. July 7. III. July 12. IV. July 14. V. July 19. VI. July 21. VII. July 26. VIII. July 28. IX. Aug. 1 (10a.m.). X. Aug. 15. XI. Aug. 23. XII. Aug. 25.
LAKE CONCERTS
Will be given by the Assembly on the steamer-Jamestown as follows:
Friday, July 15, Princeton Glee Club.
Friday, July 22, Princeton Glee Club.
Friday, July 29, Diller's Band.
Friday, August 5, Diller's Band.
Friday, August 12, Diller's Band.
Friday, August 19, Diller's Band.
FIRE WORKS AND ILLUMINATIONS.
Monday, July 4. Fire-works.
Tuesday, Aug. 2. Fire-works.
Thursday, Aug. 11. Illuminated Fleet.
Tuesday, Aug. 16. Illumination of Hotel Park. Promenade Concert by Diller's Band.

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