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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
ADVER’I’IS I _]\ _l _II A.J . REACH & Co., 1022 Market Street , Philadelphia , Pa. - - _--_" ‘‘- ‘~~~~~_--_‘‘ - _- _~ --- ~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~ —DEPOT FOR — ~~~~ Spo rting and At hletic Goods _£_.,fl _Ann_, , _Afl ~ f _lrS _._nn ~~~~ _.,_Un_,_n _LI _aI_,,_•_,Inr APPARATUS AND APPLIANCES FOR PHYSICAL CULTURE. SOLINGE N FE NCING FOILS , etc. "FRICTI ON" RO W ING MACHINE. .\i ( ~ _ynuitas _itums , Cluth Rooms , nutti _l_’_riv utc _II _oulucs , h_’ _u_’_ofcssjo _uu_,,_ls us we hi us _._\_i_,,_i_’ _ite_,_trs use lhciuu _whit _tis uuiucli anlisfacilout as nut ahl—r ou _utuui _u_, ~ XCt’cioeu , _1_’ Sencl for Illustrated Catalogue. A. IT. _REAC T -I & CO.
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
_I _I HC ~ brn ~ I PhoIo ~ r ~ pli3 LOGAN MACHIN E WORKS , $3.00 ?er ~ ozen_. Founders and machinists , All Work Carefully Finished and Guaranteed St r ictl y First Class. BELLEFONTE , PA . _l _~ 1 _I _~ ES _@OI _OIS D AND E _NLtAI ~ _GII D, PLUMBING ~ STEAM HEA TING A Specialty. _ouuh -Dooi _’ ~_‘ _C ~ IEW S ?_, ~ _Gl ~ O U _1°s ~ We use the Branson Steam Heater Made According to Order. and consider it unrivaled. J ~ er _’ ~ UE LEN’IER, _11LU 1_BI RS’ _SUI_’ _11_L_1_E_8. STI A t _I ITTER S’ SUPPLIES. HARRISBURG PA
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
\il. ROWE & BR® ., _IN SU RE AG ~~ NST ACCIDENTS Mallufacturers’ Accideut Co Windo hades _‘" _- Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths, w S _~~ ~~~ OF GENEVA , NEW YORK. _fOhl ~ j ~ _oi ~ s, _‘ _Wit r4 _i ~ _h _~ ?_ArEl _~ s, Cost , $18.00 per ’ Year. _8_J ~ Cts. pe r Day. I?oU _SE 1_I _1_J _l ~ N _1_sHING GOODS. ALL VALID CLAIMS PAID AT SIOHI. Pol icy-holders arc protected by $50 , 000 deposited _REFRIGERATORS , BABY CARRIAGES, with the New York Insuran ce _Departmertt. If you carry unn urance for 20 years you will be carrted the NE W B USH ARCADE , ba lance of life free, _, . - GE O. T_. BUSH , Age n t , BEL L _~~ FO L ~ TE , ~~~~~~~~ NE W BUSH A RCADE , BELLEFONTE , PA.
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
’ S LANDRETH S GARDEN SEEDS Ate grown from Seed Stocks , the result of careful selection , in trial beds, especiall y devoted to that purpose. Seed trial beds are nothing new , as many persons Suppose , having been used by this house over one hundred years. Out- new RURAL REGISTER and CATALOGUE fat- 1890 IS now in ~ 1’CSS; and will be forwarded free to all applicants, We ~ ,ib/ _is_/_i ca/ _o/ ogiies in seven d ~~ _ren_/ _the _çl _~ _eges_. OUR ASSORTMENT OF FLO W ER SEE DS Embraces the Choicest Varieties, HORTICULTURAL TOOLS AND GARDEN REQUISITES IN GREAT VARIETY . Send for our Handsome Illustrated Catalogue.
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
_BuNNEI ~ I ~ ~ ~ I _II -çENS , STORE ft Pianos, Organs & Sheet Music PICTURES , JEWELRY AND WATCHES. Frarn e Made to Order F ANCY GeOBS Christmas P_,_eee_,_its. Wedding Presents Oor. ALLEGHENY and BISHOP STS., music ~~ _t ~ ~ ~~ BELLEF ’ONTE
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
_4_)FQRDER _1 ~ Periodicals , Commercial Printing, Sporting Goods, Bicycles, Mathematical Instruments, Rubber Stamps, etc. etc., at lowest rates, through McK EE BROS. STAT E COLLEGE, PA ,
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
The Lithotgpe ~ ubIishin g Co., ART PUI3LISFIERS. M _fctc ~ u_1rer ~ of F ~ r _~ e Boo k IU ~~rc _~ _tion_; ILLUSTRATIONS FOR COLLEGE PUBLICATIONS A SPECIALTY. Estimates cheei’full y furitislued anâ Samples sent by Mail. THE LITIIO TYPE PUBLISHING Co., GARDNER, MASS., U. S. A.
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
VoL. _III_. STATE COLLEGE , NOVEMBER , _1889. No. _5. E_,z/ ered _a_/ ,S’_/_a_/e College J ’_, ’c/ QJ_7 _~ . as second-c/ass ma//c, -. j N order to keep _Iace wi th the adva n cement _1 in eve ry thin g about us w ~ have found it necessar y to increase the size of the _Flu _~ E LANCE by adding four more pages to it. Part of the new space will be filled with advertise. merits while the remainder will be devoted to matter which we hope will be interesting to our readers. * * F* OR the benefit of those who feel _interested in the matter , anti to show that the mern bers of our f acult y are beginning to recognize th e stude nts as college men , we publish below a new rule as lately passed : "In order to give opportunity for ori ginal and continuous research and stud y in the several lines of advanced work by the members of the Senior class, it is hereby ordered : _I_. That any member of said class, who is in full and regular standing, may, by arrange. _nie nt with the professor immedia...
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
fT is to be hoped that the Central Inter-colle--_~- giate Press Association Convention held in Philad’a, Nov. _1st and 2_d_1, has proved very beneficial , both as to the plans proposed and adopted for the advancmeent of the work and the enhtusiasm diffused among those present. Few branches of college work have made equal strides of progres sion with that of college journ alism. It has grown within a very few years from an infant movement to a great and profitable success. From being sickl y, insi g_. nificant , strugg ling sheets , depending for their support upon the generosity of the students , the y have becoñie large , newsy , well ed ited journa ls, actuall y paying for themselves , and in some instances having a small credit hal_. ance over. We prop hecy f or our college papers a brig ht future. The time is not far distant when their editing and publishing will constitute by no means the least part of college _edu cation and training. And not onl y this , the editorial and lit...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
weak—so that good work cannot be done without proper facilities for exercise during the months wh en it is too cold and disagree . able for outdoor sports. There are also in college this year, men wh o, with proper training in their winter work , could make a ver y cred itable sho wi n g at the sprin g inter-collegiate ath let ic m eetin g and t h us help to raise our institution to the position which it should hold among other colleges. ifs * * A PROJECT that mi ght prove to be very _I _1_. interesting to the colleges of Pennsy lvan i a would be the or gan izatio n of an Inte r-State Collegiate Base-ball Associatio n with sched ules to play a required number of games for the college championshi p of the State. The move would tend to stimulate base-ball at th e var iou s in st ituti ons an d be the source of much pleasure. With from four to six clubs dat es coul d be satisf act or ily arranged to fill up the whole spring term season and so make college games with us more of a certai...
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
beg inning to realize that their wards cannot attain the desired acme of prosperity without co-operation all along the line , and that , in ord er to secure this , colleg ians must be regarded as civilized rational beings , in short as gentlemen , before they can be expected to behave as such. They beg in to see that to t reat a stu dent in his ordinary life amid duties as an overgi-own , senseless child , and then expect him on critical occasions to act the part of a full y-astute man , is sheet- nonsense. This new code of college management , as its chief feature serves to appeal to the student ’s sense of justice , strives by attractiveness , fairness and obvious wholesomeness to secure his assistance in maintenance , opens to him avenues of voluntar y improvement , offering at the same time every proper and desirable inducement for their acceptance , and in short , strives to make him feel in his every indivi d ual fibre that he is an inclispensable factor in the welfare and sup...
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
Ali t yes, ‘twas in tlte month of May When every flower is like a new-born hope , _W_1_ici ~ birds sing out theit sweetest lay, And buoyant life is seen on every slope , What lovel y blue I now disclose In petals of the common violet; It makes Inc think of him who _kttows ‘No beauty but in wealth and coronet. It was a joy to live with God , And taste tlte happ iness _FTc has in store , To see how Nature _‘_bey ~ Ills rod And sinful men Flis natne and Son adore , Within my heart again is peace _I now teti re behind th’accustonied smile And know—thoug h human love may cease , T _u e love of God will nevet ntatt beguile. THE AMER ICAN ENGINEER. ENGINEERING may be defined as " the science and art of utilizing the forces and material s of nature. " It was formerl y classed in two main bi-anches, civil and milita_,y_. Civil eng ineering, inc ludin g all eng ineering not directl y involved in the science of war. So rap id has been the pro gress of science tha t to-day civil eng inee r in g...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
THE SILENT VOICE StY JOSIN _SMIIII Once in the sadness of despair I wandered out familiar things to hide , My heart was low—and in the glare Of human smiles , _I found no li ght to guide My troubled soul—my wearied mind; But only greater dat-kness , _d eeper woe I thought parchance my soul could find A balm in kindness whence our pleasures _flu ~ I wandered out alone that day That others should not suffer of my pain And tried by thinking of hearts gay, To _d rown my feelings in _m y thoughts in vain , _Conceab ~ d _guief ! Thou stubborn foe ! Yield not until blood innocent thou hast And when the wounds should cease to flow Fear of men, till hope of life is past ! Thus ever were my feelings stirred As long us by my strength alone I fought , Ilut in the forest sounds I heard That whispered news of help I had forgot ‘rite winds were play ing throug h the trees , And birds were whistling songs of joy and love And flowers _itod ding to each _breese Proclaimed to me Almi ghty God above, O...
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
Mining eng ineering, not so distinct in its character perhaps , requires nevertheless a separate course of training. American eng ineering cliff ers very considerabl y from European eng ineering. The problems which have presented themselves in the one country are different from those of the other. The American eng ineer has been confronted by broad , deep rivet’s and rugged mountain s which , he has had to cross. The extremes of climate , labor scarce and hi gh , the transporting of raw materials ovetlong distances , and what has still been a greater _disad vantage to him , his having to carry on improvements in uninhabited , or perhaps desolate districts where there has been little encouragement for the success of his projects fin nciall y after compl etion. He has been compelled to use the greatest economy in all the details of the construction and management of his projects , which has had the natut-al effect of making him inferior to no one in the planning and constructing of th...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1889
erection of engineering structures , which in their desi gn and usefulness can equal any in existence if we do not alread y possess many of such. W. M. C. — . _~~~~~~~ —-----_— — A S TRU GG LE F O R FREED O M . _‘rHERE are three stages in Pacific reform , _I agitation , controversy and leg islation. The inhabitants of the Emerald Isle across the sea , those peop le so long suffering, so greatl y persecuted , much mal igned and so little underst ood , have passed throug h the first and are entering upon the second of these stages. When her leaders in Parliament controlled onl y fifteen or twenty votes , they were an agitational influence , not a power . Since the numb er has been so gi-eatl y increased they compel John Bull to listen to what they have to demand. When the leg islative stage arrives the union with Eng land which has cursed Ireland for nine-tenths of a century will be _sund ered. That this will be accomplished is a natural result which follows in all cases where und y i...