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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
Bult óus Rpo*s for Fall Plan*in ~ I llustrate _d and Descri ptive Catalogue just issued. Mailed free to all applicants. In presenting this catalogue to our frien d s we can assure them that our stock of Bulbs will comi ~_are favora bl y, in quality and price , with any others sold in this country. We do not _d eal in second quality or auction Bulbs. All are first quality as will be attested by those who have given them a trial . SolId _fiti ’ (bill ’ I’ _IhIlhlSOuIIO _III _ust _ltut eil Cat _ILIogne, x ~ . ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ €i, ~~~~~~~ ‘21 _111111 ~ 23 Soulil _Si ~ tIi _SIred , (_IJctweetI Mut’ket ant i Citeatnut _SIreets ,) _PI -LILA _DELPI -IJ _A, ~~~~~~~ . A _iitl L_) _~ ’Iii Wfl _‘_c A _1(_11710 _ii iicl A t’eli Street , I
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
E ~ TABLJ.! _I ~ EPJ84b _Illillil _I _MhIIfl _~ IW IH _~ 1 DI!t) I _I_(_1III1t1 ~ _hA — _— •AA I I1[A L iU I JUI1 I i ~ 4 I _LJ R IA I _I_3_IIIII U IJU _.q THE LYTHOTYPE PUBLISHING CO., ~ W. P. Brachbi _ll, ~~~ ART PUBLI SHERS,: _~~ _.. No. 20, Spring Street , Bellefonte _, Pa. ._—~ _, _~~~~ , Petilor _In _ILIIHI _Iln _~ pot’tor of ~~ ufaottirei’s of Fiuo Boot I_11_ii ~ tr ~ tiolls, * FURN1 TUR ~ ill AND ~ BEDDING , a $_peclalty. I_11_n ~ trat Ioiiø for College Pu blicatlo uN ~ ar!or Furniture, ~ ibrarg Furniture, _Ir _stilltittos chleci’fuhly fni’nluthed _ailci Samples sent by _m ali cH 4 _iIf J 3_L_?A’ FURNiTURE. ~ _JsccI_:_l_1 1"_aclUVhuM _for 1_" _ur_,._lshI_.._g _Fs _a _*_s ’ratu ~ GARDNER , MASS. U. S. A tJhnp t m’ Ito _,,_se _.
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
ADVERTISEMENTS. _~~~ IIC _Pziriees / izn ~ Goods _/ er _Lad_/_cs , M-z ~ scs and Children. - Di’3’ Goods , _iVo_//_ons, J) _omes_// c and _F_/_n e C/i/n a-, a- comf iele line. _Pi -oin _,/ ~ i _a -f _/ an_//on - lo _~ na--_/_l _orders _G_, 4RkL4i V’S, _JJ _allefonr _’ e, _Ri
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
THE REE LANCE VOL. _IV_. STATE COLLEGE , PA THE FREE LAN CE. Pvbi i_,_t_/tcd _?f _lof l€/tl _/J _(_1_(_0 1779 _/_1(0 collcyc year by _Me _S_/_nde_,_i_/_,_e qf _Uie Pennsy _lvania S_/a/c _Cot_/eye. STAFF: E1)_1’I’OIl, WALTER M. CAMP , ‘9 _1_, _ASS_0_CI _~ ’I’K _KI)_ITOIIS N. H. _Sut_.oi"r , _‘ _91. A. G. McKEJ ~ , ‘9 _1. F. J. POND ,‘ 92; Lie. WILLIS McKEr ~ , ‘ 92 ; Loc. N. M, LOrD,‘ 92; Exch. J.M. SMALL ,‘ _9 ~~ ; Loc. R. W. WILL _IAMSON , ‘ _93 Personal. _.Bus/ness M ~ _vingcr, H. E. GREEN WOOD• ‘ 93. Assistant _il_1 ~ tmiqe’r_, C. J_, _GII_._tVIN, ‘93. _( One _I " ~ /ume ( ~ _,,ios ) . .$I OO T_1_iRZ _I_’ IS_:_. ~ Single Copies .15 ( Payable ’ in _advanec. _Cciii ribut Ions of _initl I-el’ mid otlici’ lit l’oi’_,_niUloii _mci i’eqiioiuted from all _m e _m ber, anil _vx _metnl_,_c ’m’s of t _h e _CiblIogI _’ . LIterary mat tel’ _14110_(_1 _1_i be _iidci teased to lice _Eu _1101’_, SubscrI _pt io ns , ted all hllIsluess _c oflhlOillI Ib’lltI_._nI,, _sh _ou ld itt’ _i _d _. _ti mess...
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
soon be increasedi so that Pennsy lvania , like her sister state , shall possess an in stitution of which it may be. _said , th at there, "an y person may receive instruction in any studl y.’’ rf HE combining of the College classes into an association for the _pul_.po se of arrang ing and regulating a series of games of foot ball for the class champ ionshi p of the college , mar ks a new feature in the ordler of our sp orts. A sched ule which is satisfactory to all classes has beeh arranged , and two games played , giving such satisfac tor y resu lts that ever y bod y is anx ious to see the next. That it will be for the best ther e can be no doubt , j uclg’ing from the results alread y attainedl . The man ly strife which takes place between thç classes in a game of foot ball , goes far toward tempering ilass feeling. It will be a means of working off the surplus class feeling which always exists between classes. It is there , ever y t i me, and will break out at any day if there i s...
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
eng ineering students it is a source of benefit , which cannot be gotten in any other way. The success which the first issue has attained , heralds the future life of the 7ournal without doubt , encouraging the members of the society to lift it to the top-most rank among college journals .* * * BY a new arrangement which went into effect last commencement, the manner of granting class honors at this college has been changed. No mention of valedictorian is now made by the faculty ; but a valedictorian may be elected by the class, if it chooses. Fifteen per cent. of the class may receive first honors, providing that many have averages of eighty-three, or above fifteen per cent have second honors, if they average seventy-ei ght, or above. This arrangement eradicates a difficulty . which in the past has at times seeniecl to be almost an evil. In case two students have averages which differ by onl y a small fraction of one per cent, it seems unjust to discriminate between them as to hono...
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
The departments of Mechanical Eng ineering, Mathematics and Botany have each the addition of an instructor ; and the department of Civil Eng ineering is to have an additional instructor as soon as pne can be had. Two of our old students (hi gh classmen) who left here in search of better facilities , have returned and reported that they found no place like home. No year perhaps in the history of the college has seen so many changes for the advancement of every line. Then , with such promises before us, at the beginning of a new year , let us all hel p to make things boom ; in the cla ss room, let every man work as though this were his last year here to work (as it reall y is for some) ; in the societies , let the best literary effort be put forth ; in d rill , and in the gymnasium , work as if you were preparing for ~ var ; and in our games with other colleges, let us ‘‘pitch for the heap. " _11_: "How wonderfull y the College has iniproveci !" Such is the exclamation we hear from al...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
never had such advantages when in college. " Shall we students of the present day not heed the suggestion in this remark andi remember that these improvements are not merel y for our pleasure but for our profit ? Ought we not to prepare ourselves to honor the college, the state and the nation throug h whose bounty we enjoy these increased privileges ? O _UI_? SO _UT_/_I A _~ 1_IERI CA_,z VNEIGHB ORS. Delivered in the Junkr Oratorical Contest , June 24_, ~ 89o. If Columbus should suddenly awaken to day and again become interested in the affairs and developments of this world , it is a question whether Chicago herse lf with all her plans and prep arations to do him honor , would prevent his embarking directl y to visit the sunny land he discovere d at th e mouth of t he Orin oco , almost four hundred years ago. It was the soft climate and the anticipated gold of that countr y that enticed bun then , and his curiosity to learn what such a country has become during these four centuries ...
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
ing the whole. It is true that of Brazil we purchase about one half of the exports ; but of the imports we furnish onl y a small percentage. Our relations with Mexico are , of cou rse , somewhat cl oser , sin ce at m ost on l y a sing le stre am Separates us from that republic , and railroads bind us toget her; yet t hey are not what they should be. We are a maritime nation , geographicall y well k no wn to t h ese cou ntr ies, but our flag is _seld om seen in any of their ports , _iii some never. We can use their products ; indeed must have many of them. We are the leading manufacturers of the world and can supp ly their wants in this _di rection , yet we are now neglecting to improve our opportunities for trade with them. Mi ght not these people then in years past reasonabl y have concluded that we desired nothing of them ? Is it strange that they trend toward Eng land , Germany, and France ? That we have been drifting farther apart ? Was it not time that these nei ghbors should m...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
public. It is to be regretted, however , that in the lands south of us where the Christian Protestant reli gion is almost nowhere given its full ri ghts , the people have been far from following the example of that free institution which is our greatest blessing—the institution of reli gious liberty. Now there is every reason to hope that after a complete investi gation and intelli gent discussion of these difficulties we shall not be long without a remedy for some of them , if not for all. But last in consideration , thoug h first in impor . tance to the general welfare of the ~ e natio ns, are the discussion and recommendation for adoption to their respective governments , of some plan of arbitration for the settlement of disputes and difficulties which may arise between them , in order that such disagreements may be peacefully settled and wars prevented. This would be the most valuable in every sense. The tax of war is the heaviest burden that has ever been borne by any nation in...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
A FAIRY TALE. Thor n ’s a tamar ack tree on Nittany bin As statel y as one may see, ~ And let the wasther be stor my or still , ‘Tis all the same to the tree Toa’ It- clings to the cliff with its horny roots , And buffets tile gale with its sinewy _sh oots, And laughs at t _h e ravage of wind and rain In the vale below mid thin corn and grain. And they tell queer tales of the tamarack tree On Nittany ’_s beautiful brow; They whisp ered them long ago to me, And they utter theta boldly now ; They say, would you think _it , that each Halloween T _h e tree gives a party, and spirit s in green And spooks in yellow and russet and gray Make the woods resoun d with their elftn _i_,lay ? The garrulous grouse comes there to woo The little Olympian bear ; And the dandy dong likewise to sne For tile hand of t _h e raven fair. And they dance on tile limbs of thin _tavnar aok tree , And alt nra happy as happy can be, Wil lie tile blue baboon with his flowery flute Warbles _soft strains from the l...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
THE NEW YORK CE NTRAL STRIKE. The method ~ vh i ~ h the emp ioyes of the New York Central railroad have utilized in their atten Ipt to _I ush the cause of labor is more full y l)laced before the public in all its absurdity by the investi gation into the matter made by the board of arbitration. That investigation has proven that the governing factor in the organized labor force in this strike was gross _ignorance. In what way ? In all ways. In the first place it was proven that a strike of this nature had been premeditated by the leaders of labor who are directing the movements of labor in the battle against capital. The attack was l recipitated , however , by cathses beyond the control of Grand Master Workman Powderl y, showing, as t ime _illvestigat ion has , that labor officials are enlisted in the cause not wholl y becathse_. of their l ove for t he ‘opi)ressed . ’’ It was the intention of Mr. Powderl y to organize his forces thoroughl y, hoard tip a good finan cial backing, and ...
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 October 1890
prote st , ati d therefore , it is unjust to deprive them of transportation facilities at any time. We have discussed this phase of the labor question for the purpose of showing the injury which one organized labor element by such power as theca se in question illustrates; and while the referred to strike has set many peop le against organized labor , it is well it occurred just as it did ; for in view of this turning of _pul)lic sentiment , what would have been the result had it been postponed to the time intended by Mr. Powderl y, when the whole country would be affected ? it is well , we repeat , that the strike was hastened , as it will probabl y open the eyes of t h e labor leaders , and the finale of the strike on the Central oug ht to influence them to abandon the proposed plan of a general tie-up. By no means are we hostile to organized labor. We are non-concurring with any movement that has a tendency to retard the progress of workingmen toward the good that is in sig ht. W...