Elephind.com contains 10,008 items from Free Lance
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
L_?:F ~ I ~ _I_2 ~ M ~ R, ¶ _~~ ‘ _TJ ~~~~ No. 206 MARKET STREET HARRISBURG , PA. The Oldest Establishment in the City. ~~ bii ~ I PhoIo ~ r ~ ph $3.00 ~ er ~ ozen_. , ‘ ) All Work Care full y Finished and Guaranteed Strictly First Class. L _~ ? _GnW _I _~ Rs _GOIOIII D AND _€_NLiA l ~ GB ~ D, _Our _i ~ -Dool ~ _‘ _~_ii ~ ws~ GF ~ _OIJ _1°_S ~ -L _Sp _i _~Gl ~~ j_, _rIh y Made According to Order , LeNUE LE ~ viEN , HARRISBURG. PA
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
NE\V ~ 1_i_\ IL , \\ TAR\ VICK A ND _IJIA MO N _I ) SAFE TI I _.._A_..TI ~~ _Lt ETIC © ITT ~~~~~~~ SEND FOR CATALOGUE. _• FIRE AR MS AND FISHING TACKLE INSURE AGAINST ACCIDENTS —TM _‘_Il_/TI—Mallufacturors’ Acoidoilt Co OF GEN EVA , NEW YO RK. Cost , $13.00 per’ Year, _3_j4 Cts. _per ’ Day ALL VALID CLAIMS PAID AT SIGHT. Policy-h olders are protected by _$ ~~ o,ooo deposited with the New York Insurance Department. If you carry insurance for 20 years YOU will be cant ed the balance of life f ree, GEO. T. BUSH , _Agent , NEW BUSH A RCADE , BELL EFONTE, PA,
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
W. ROWE & BR® _\/‘_II_//_l_. l _tO_,_\_I_._lt \ NI) _1_/_1_/_1_,_/_Il_. _1_)_1_/_51_,_0_Ev _i_/_I Furnitnre , Carpets , Oil Cloths , Window Shades , U _~ h I _~ I ~ _Ol ~ s, WAIiL _r_?Al_0 ~~ 1 ~ S, 17_OUSI _~ ] 1 ~ U _l ~ N _ISHI N G GOODS. REFRIGERATORS, BABY CARRIAGES NEW B US H ARCADE , BELLEFO N TE , PA _Dii. W. S. GLE N N , Ph ysician ~ 4 Sur geon , State College , Pa. LOGAN MACHINE WORKS , Founders and I llachinists , BELLEFONTE , PA . PLUMB/NC j _~ I4 STEAM IIEA TI_/IC A SpeciaIty We use the Branson Steam Heater and consider it unrivaled. I’LU 1 RIiRS’ Sli 1_tP I ES. SlEAM 1IT’IEI S’ Sti ri’u ES_, ~ ~ ~ ~ _~
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
’ S LANDRETH S GARDE N SEEDS Are grown from Seed Stocks , the t’e _~ ult _ui _rarefu l selection , in trial beds, especiall y dcvotcd to _th at pttrpose_, Seed trial beds are nothing new , as many _je_’_~~~ ’ suppose , having been used by this house over one hundred years. Out’ new RURAL REGISTER and CAT ALOGUE fot’ 1890 is now _iii ~~~~~ and will be forwarded free to all n ~ )pliCant ~ . CVe _, _~ _ub_// _d_/_l Ca/ _a/oç’ise s _/_11 seven €// _~~ ‘_,‘_r_’ _~ ll _ian_, _~ ’ua _,g’es. OUR ASSORTM ENT OF FLOW ER SEEDS Enibraces the Choicest Varieties. HORTICULTURAL TOOLS AND GAR DEN REQUISI TES IN GREAT VARIETY. Send for our Handsome Illustrated Catalogue.
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
D. LAN DRETH & SONS , 21 and 23 South Sixth Street, (between Market an d Chestnut Sts.), ~ PHILADELPHIA And Delaware Avenue and Arch Street, BuNNEr ~ r. ~ ~ _~~ I _1 ~~ NS , IIIUSIC STORE, Pianos, Organs’& Sheet Music PICTURES , JEWELRY AND WATCHES. Frames Made to Order. _‘IrANGY ~ GØOBS. Wedding Presents Christmas Pt eseats
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
The ~ ithotgp e publishin g Co., ART PUBLiSHERS. ~~~~~ f _~ .c ~ u _~ ’ers of Fine Book _IUi_. ~ s ~ _ro_._tions , I L LUST R ATIONS FOR COLLEGE PUBLICATIONS A SPECIALTY. _Estintat _es cheerful l y furni shed and Samp les sent by Mail THE LITHO TYPE PUBLISHING Co., GARDNER, MASS., U. S. A
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
ColleQe Students , Who would like to earn ft’orn one hvndred to five hundred doll _/I’s doling vacation _rnenths, arc in vited to correspond with _tu e _und ersigned. Send for our illustrated catalogttc , and if yo _s will state just when you will be read y to commence work , and how lotlg you can continue at it , we will guat’antcc to make an acccl)tal)le proposition. CHARLES L. WEBSTER & CO Pub ltsher s of the Grant and Sheridan Memoirs , Ma r k Twain ’s books , and othe r Standard Work .. NO. :3 EPiST _14Th STREET , NEW YORK ,
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
VOL. IV. STATE COLLEGE , MAY , 1890. No, 2 Ln _/erd’d _al S/a/c _~ ‘o_/_1_cge J’_os_/ O ~~ Cd’ as _second_.class _,,_ia_//_e_,_’. r 1-IE resi gnation of _Ed itor J. F. Shields _‘_clue to his d eparture from the college, has been received with sincere regret. Mr. _Shield s has abl y assisted on the FREE LANCE staff f or over two y ears, and wouldi , no _d o ubt , h ave edited the paper with his us u al tho ug ht and vi gor. Mr. Sh ields deserves, and certainl y has , the good wishes of all. r l I-IE resignation of Mr. Walker , also, makes necessary the appointment of a new business manager. In behalf of the staff we wish to express our appreciation of Mr. Walker ’s u ntiring and intelligent labor on the FREE LANCE. To Mr. Walker more than any one else belongs the credit for its improved appearance and Solid 1 financial condition. Mr. Greenwood succeeds. Mr. Walker as business manager. * *~ * UNLESS more care be given than is shown at present by the Boardi of Marshals of the gymnasium...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
not. They will not have to pay for it or re place that which they destroy. They do not understand the proper use’ of the gymnasium and ‘ should not be allowed within the bui lding, except as spectators. We ask the board of marshal s onl y th at they do their duty. * * *_1 ~~~~ no events for a long time have been more gratif y ing to us than the opening, at the beg inning of this term , of our laboratories , the co-ed cottage , and the new steam plant. Althoug h our anxiety over the unavoidab le dielay which has atten _d ed the progress of their comp letion , has at times shown itself in feelings of impatience , yet we can realize with much satisfaction that no _p ains have been spared to make them models of convenience and usefulness. The new chemical and ph ysical laboratories with their spacious r ooms well provi _d ed with li ght and well ventilate _d , present facilities for many exper iments and investi gations , which were wanting in the old overcrowded ones. The bui ldings ar...
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
the front campus. A walk from the college to the eastern gate would not onl y be ornamental but has become a necessity. Now that so many of the students board in that section of the village , a path has been worn along the roadway and it will become broader and more permanent each year. A walk placedi there similar to those on other parts of the grounds or even a cinder path would prevent the tramp . ing out of the grass. The fence that now marks out the limit of our campus along the road , was doubtless many years ago in har moiiy with the other surroun _d ings, but the many pleasing changes of years make it seem very much out of place. Would not a li ght iron fence far better grace our beautiful campus? _, Finall y the old quarry or sink hole mi ght be m u ch improved by filling it with some of the many rocks in the vicinity andi planting some fast growing vine around it , so that in three or four years it would be covered. These changes will aid much ill preserving the beauty of ...
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
COM MENCEMENT n ~ ° ~~~~ unusual entertainment. A larger class will be graduated than has been for many years, and the list of speakers , so far as know n at present , is excellent. Gen . Oliver 0. Howard will make the Y. M. C. A. _adldress ; Hon. W. S. Kirk patrick , Attorney General of Pennsy lvania , the Alumni address , and Hon. Stewart L. Woodford , Ex-Lieutenant Governor of New York , the Corn mencement address. We hope to see many of the Alumni and friends of the college present , more especiall y we refer to the Alumni of recent years, of whom we expect a large number. — _~~~~~~~~~ —— . To t1 ~ Edito _r of the FREE LANCE : DEAR SIR :—I present below a correction which I trust you will publish in the forthcoming edition of the LANCE. The correction I desire to make is in the third paragrap h of the second ed itorial in the March number of the LANCE ; the paragrap h read ling as follows, : _"In the present case , that violence was committed by the Sophomore class in breaking i...
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
to investi gate the l)roperties of electricity , yet , up to within a few years ago, its great lDoweI was practicall y unknown ; and it could be considered as scarcel y more than a thing of interest , confined entirel y to the college laboratory. Within the last half century electrical science has developed with wonderfu l rap idity; a/i d it is with the development of this short period that the electrical eng ineer of to-day has to deal, Electricity has now found an app lication in almost every field where enei’gy in any of its various forms is required. Yet with all this , can we say that electricity has been pushe d to its maximuni limit and is not susceptible of further development ? I an-‘ swer emp haticall y, no. Electricity is but in its in fancy , and the work of the electrical eng ineer ’ is a field of constant expansion. Much work has been do_/ic, far more remains to be done. It is required of the electrical eng ineer that he unite with a knowledge of mechanics and general...
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 May 1890
1 ~TE cli p the following extract from the Y Y Philadel phia Press . This articleshould be of great interest to every true scientist. " Have we really entered upon the age of aluminum ? As is well known , aluminum is the most abundant of all the metals on the earth’s crust , and ever si/ice its dliscovery almost every leadlng metallurg ist and chemist has been working to find sonic cheap process for reducing it. In a large measure they have succeeded. ’ Onl y a few years ago this metal cost more than gold. To-day, thanks to the enterprise of Americans , it has been reduced to the price , block for block , of nicke l. At $2 per pound aluminum is a ch eaper metal to use than nickel. It is nearl y four times li ghter than nickel , and will go, therefore , nearl y four times as far. "Aluminum at twenty-five cents per pound , and it will surel y reach that price , will take the place of iron and steel in many important lines of manufacture. Its adaptability to shipbuilding becomes at onc...