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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

der the existing circumstances ; and rather than do so, they paid over the guarantee money and lost the chance of getting even for their defeat of last Thanksg iving. We agree that the whole thing is an unfortunate affair, for, situated as we are the two colleges should be on the most friendl y terms ; and in their sports should enjoy a good health y rivalry that knows none of the petty bickering of which the past has been so polific. It was hoped after last fall we would enjoy the advantage of a friendl y contestant in our neighbor ; but unless we can now come to , some better understanding such hopes are vain . At the present writing there is a scheme tinder way by which a better basis of understanding may be _foundl ; but as yet it is not sufficientl y _comp _letedi to make any definite statem _~ nt in refer ence to it THE RAC_’E FR OJ3LJf M ~ Delivered n the Junior Oratorica l Contest , j uno 24_, 890. Physically, morall y, and politicall y, the _Cati. casian i-ace controls the ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

mental development requisite for an American citizen ? Let us see. A quarter of a century ago of all civilized people , he was necessaril y th most ignorant examp le of which one can conceive. Not one negro in a thousand knew the letters of the al phabet. To-day twenty-five per cent, of them can read and write. In the states in which they equal the whites in population , they furnish but one third of the paupers. They have a larger proportion of peop le than the whites , who are actuall y enrolled as members of Christian churches; and these churches are self supporting. Three men of color hold the honorable position of U. S. Representative. There are fifty thousand still living, who wore the blue and fought for the freedom of their race. Are not these significant facts ? Do they show , in this people, a lack of enterprise ? Remember that this government when it freed the slave, made no provis ion for his education , but left it in the hands of the very men to whom he had been in bon...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

The negro does not ask supremacy. He does not ask equality until he merits it; he does ask knowledge , and if we are a superior race, we should be ashamed to grant him less. As an honest debt , we owe him a Christian education. When we put the ballot into one hand , we should have put the school book into the other. We need not fear for his ignorance , if we but place within his reach , opportunities for his advancement. We must give him the ri ghts to which he is entitled ; where he is enli ghtened we must respect him. Our government recognizes no ininherent ri ght to rule on account of superiority of race,—gra nting that such a distinction does exist. We cannot subject him withou t defiance to the most huma ne laws. Our alternat ive must be deterrent violence or neutra lizing fraud. But when he has set his foot on the lower rung of the ladder of opport unity, how long will he suffer either of these ? Since no Africans have been broug ht here for ei ghty-ei ght years , he is more d...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

lies the solution of this problem. Let us not forget that the sun still shines above these threatening clouds , that a just God still presides over the destinies of men. WALTER M. CAMP. THE PROGRESS OF STEAMSHIP B UJL DING. Shi p building since the trial tri ps of the first steamboat on the Hudson river , has been re markable for its growth and great variety of improvements in construction. It was in _1807, as every school boy acquainted with United States history knows, that the first attempt to app ly steam to water navi gation was made. The Clermont was the first baat propelled by steam , and Robert Fulton was the inventor and experimenter. She was a success without an apology. Her trial tri p from the Jersey to the New York side of the East River attracted an incredulous crowd , which had assembled to laugh , but subsequentl y was moved to wonder and applause, On her tri ps up and down the Hudson she averaged a speed of about five miles an hour. Fulton had a very obscure picture...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

THE CEN TURYM ARK SYSTEM ~ A Relic With Us Now, The re’s a custom hande d down in college history, _Th at whenever College boys are caught in larks , T _h e only way to settle with them fairly Is to deal them oat th eir pay in censure marks. _Th is is the custom which once was hero adopted , And I’ll tell you how t’was managed ditr eren t ways , So that cIr cumstance s, purposely concoct ed , Could be made to answer any ‘ special case," it was in an arith _m etical progression Whose first term and eotn mon _ditr _eronc e were ton , That three misdemeanors in quick succession Gave sixty for a sum of series. And then—? P’_was the " painful duty " on the pa rt of our Prox ., Since we willingly broke a statute _forsooth , To kindly send notice our parents to vex ; For they took , it of course, as they would the gospel truth. One hundred and fifty meant suspension they said ; Unless we affirmed with a confident look ,— When down on the carpet to accounts we were led ,— That sickness or m...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

tion from the action of surface waters , the sulphi de oxidizing to sul phate and being comp letel y removed in solution. Thus no calamine or smith. sonite are formed and siliceous gangue rock re mains , a cellular mass, showing casts of the dissolved blende crystals. In the center of the ore bed and surrounded on all sides by partiall y decomposed ore , is a flat opening three to four feet _~ ‘_ide , six inches to a foot in hei ght , and filled completel y with the white zinc _sul phide. When taken from the mine this substance is soft , full of water , and resembles in appearance and consistency white lead ground in oil. It has a very sli ght reddish cast , probabl y from a little ferric oxide. Some red tallow clays overlie the deposit. In a shaft about ~~ feet d ista n t, near the same level , a much larger bod y has bee n ex posed in the floor of the workin gs. This mass of sul. phide of zinc has not been developed , but is at least four feet in thickne ss and extends for a dis t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

an event in which the generalship disp layed and the nature of the destructive eng ines used caused tile great powers of Europe to stand in amazement , an equal of which has never been known in the annals of modern times. May we ask the Cause of this great and ral)id progress ? In answering a question of this kind many things of course must be considered. This country was endowed with natural resources which could not be surpassed , and inhaustible riches are imbedded beneath the soil. We have one of the most healthful and Invi gorating climates ever possessed by any peop le—a climate that is peculiarl y adapted for the abode of an industrio us and enlightened nation. Althoug h these advantages are of incalculable value in the settlement and growth of a country, yet th ese, in my opinion , are not sufficient to explain the rap id growth of the United States. It is something that is over and above all these and that nature alone cannot bestow; it is that which is the foundation on wh...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

dent executive power , state conditions of eli gibility, fix term of office and forbid his becoming his own successor , establish an electoral college , provide for election by Congress in case the college does not give any candidate a majority, define the powers of the President and of his Ministers of State ami d determine the grounds and the method of impeachment. Articles ~~ to 6_i t reat ofthe Supreme Federal Tribunal of x ~ jud ges, appointe d by the President for life , (one of whom he must desi gnate as Attorney General), and defi n e carefu ll y the j urisdi ctiomm of this , of the lower federal tribu n als and of the State courts. Title Two (Articles 62 to 66) guarantee to each state a republican form of government , an d also defines and limits the powers of the state governrnents, Title Three (article 67 and 68) establishes the Munici pality in the several sta tes , with comp lete autonomy as regards their peculiar interests and election of the local admim _iistration. T...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

DEATH OFA FORMER STUDENT. George R. Johnson , oldest son of Hon. J C. Johnson , died at his father ’s residence , Friday morning, October _io _, aged 22 years , after a brief illness. The death of this promising young man is particularl y sad , and our citizens not onl y extend their _warn ~ est sympath y to the afflicted famil y, but they keenl y feel the loss. Deceased was unusuall y bri ght ami d possessed abilities of a hi gh order , and we were all proud of him , knowing he would thake his mark hig h up, and his brilliant and useful manhood would reflect great honor on his birthp lace. He was eminentl y good , his manl y qualities making him a favorite in all circles of his acquaintance. The funeral last Sunday was largel y attended by our citizens generally, and large delegations from abroad. The fire department , of which deceased was a member , turned out in a bod y with the Emporium Band. The funeral services were conducted by Revs. Denison , Rue anti Davies. — Cameron coun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

CONTINUE TIlE PRESSURE. _Togeth er we sat , my darling and I, Our Imearts in sweet unison beating; As fondly we hooked time lovo _th at is felt , Wh ile in kisses our lips wore oft meeting. As my arm stole around _1mev neat little _forimi , 11cr bright little eyes were sparkling witim pleasure ; And silo whispered to me _1mm sweetest of tones. "My darl ing Continue time Pressure. " Thieve ar c many bri glmt days In time course of a year , From Now Years to the last of flocemm iber ; lint time brig htest to me Is Thank sgiving _Day, For it I have much to remem ber. And wimy Imave 1 not ? for the bliss timat was mimic On that day I never camm measur e _t For closer silo clung at every caress And let mo Cont inue time Pressure. Oh , swift ame time wings of Old Fat _h er Time , To hovers absorbed in their wooin g, So sweet are time timings that by timem are done , _Th at no one could wish _th eir undoing. Of all time events _th at make up my life, There is oiie ~ ~ _hma1 ~ carefuh ly tr...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

No wonder the general damages are so large when the "Atmssorities " use an arithmetic that sa ys:— "Ei ght times two are ei g hteen , ’’ Messrs. Camp, R. G. Furs t, Kintner , and Pond , were delegates of the Y. M. C. A. to t _h e Twenty-Third Annual State Y. M. C. A. Convention held at Danville , October 23-26. Miss Down Tosvner— " Yes_, Mr. Bartley, love is blind , ’’ Bartley, (who is a student iii Political Economy)— "Then what is t _h e use of keepmng the li ght burning ?‘‘ The first hop of the year will be given by t h e Senior class on November _a8th , the night after Thanksg iving. As the committee havii i g it in charge , is composed of men of energy, we expect to see a successfu l hop. At the Cottage Halloween party. _‘I’he _m an that didn ’t eat anything . . Mr. Dale. The men that did - . Too numerous to mention. The man that is going to be a bachelor , Prof. D. _‘I’he man that is going to be married - . Absent. ~ flie man that wanted the ring . - . - Mr. Butts , Prof. (rel...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

which th us far ranks as the social event of the s ~ ason. There were some forty invited guests present , including Misses Haf _’er _, Holliday and Laurie of Bellefonte , Miss Barr of Boalsburg and Miss Redifer. The Cottage which is a niodel of architectural beaut y, presented an invitingand homelike appearance, and made each and all feel that they had come to spend the evening pleasantly. The time was mirthfull y employed in dancing, play ing games, and other social enjoyments. Misses Moore , Meek , McElwain and Holliday were the reception committee , and did much toward making this their maiden reception a success ; in fact, all the occupants of the Cottage excel as entertainers . At io o’ clock refreshments were served , after which the guests departed , regrett ing not the time thus spent btmt that it should so soon come to a close. May this be the inauguration for more receptions. On Thursday evening, October 9th , a banquet was given by the Preparatory students to the foot bal...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

‘85. Dugahd C. Jackson spent a few days , during the earl y part of the month , at his home here _iii State College. Capt. C.~ V. Roberts , of %Vest Chester , made a fl y ing tri p to tIme college recentl y. George H. Linsz is in the emp loyment of the Westing house Electric Co. , at Norristow n , Pa. Mr. and Mrs. D. ~ V. Palmer were the guests , bra short time recentl y, of their soil Prof. G. G. Pond. M. Beyers , ‘8 9 of the University of Penn ’a., has accepted the posit ion of Assistant Instructor of Civil Eng ineering in our _itistitth tio mi . J. C. Mock , W. Stevenson , H. McClaren and C. W. Heppenstall , all former State College students , are play ing on the Allegheny Foot Ball Eleven , of Pittsburg. A team composed entirel y of college men. COLLEGE ORBIT. Yale ’s new gymnasium will cost $_!oo ,ooo. Merrill E. Gates , Ex-President of Rtmtgers calcollege, is tile new presiding ofilcer at Amherst. The Freshmami class at Cornell numbers about 450, of whom a large percentage are...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

Following we have the newl y elected officers of the Washington and Cresson Literary Societies: _Woelming _lon J H. Yocumnm Pre _siml ent - _IT. P. Dowler Vice Presid ent F. G. Sm _itl m Re . _Seeme _tmm r _v. Fred Dale . ~ or, Secreiary, F. 3. Pond Treasurer C. M. Caughey, } Editors _M. B. McDownehl Librarian _Cressomm H. P. IC. Rimumberger Presi dent W. R. Motz Vice President. J. E. Qui gley R _ee_, Secretary. John White Cor, Secretary . _11_. W. Mattern _‘l’reasmmrer. _3, M. Small , _1 B ~ Musser f m ors TI- _fl_. Pratt Criti c Frank Oi’hmmm Librai’ian . PERSONALS, J. 13. Greer is attending Duffs Commercial College at Pittsburg, ‘93. George H. Danforth is employed as a drau _ght sman by the Pittsburg Bridge Co., of Pittsburg _. ‘92. R. M. Fitch is Princi pal of the Broughtoii , N. Y. _Pu blic Schools. R ylamid W. Green , formerl y of ‘9_!, is on _tlse University of the Penna ’s Boat crew. ‘90. J. _M_. Walker is stud ying law at Emporium , Pa. , his home. ‘ 90. G. A. Beaver spent ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

Oliver Wendell Holmes commenced his liter ary career as an editor of a college journal. The fall meeting of the Central Imiter-colleg iate Press Association will be held in Philadelp hia , on the 29th of November. Harvard was founded in _1648,, Yale in _1701 , Columbia in _i ~~~~~~~ Princeton in x 746, and Dartmouth in i 760, Mrs. Susan Brown recently gave $_roo ,ooo to Princeton which will be used to build another dormitory, similar to that now being erected on the campus. In a German university, a student ’s matriculation card shields him from arrest , admits him at half price to theatres, and takes him free to the art galleries. Ogden , Utah , was the scene recentl y of the the lay ing of a corner stone for a new unive rsity. Letters were read from many prominent persons, including Gladstone , Blam e, Depew and others , The attendance at the University of Michi gan is uuprecedented and bids fair to be larger than that of any other American Univers ity. There have already been reg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

"An ori ginal package" case-—a tortoise shell AN ODE TO ANTHONY AND IIRA _OICET T, _Th ough many times tim e _mnidnigh _mt oil Imas burne d , ‘Tis little from this book wo ever learned. Its decided inconsisten ce Is the bane of our existence , And its authors into ashes should be turne d. TUE S’ROPER _OAPEm_1, Take a "trot" horse Into class—why, of cou rse To see a stern tutor Become vary cross. And show what respect In _Imia "ribs " for repose By reading your "pony " Bight under Imis nose. _Sj_, _wtatoi _‘ ~ flE FAIlS MAID WHOM MANY _COURI . As the smoke from my flookah arises , And the rings float away into space , I see an ethereal vision A maiden with heavenly grace. _Lovimm gly beckons sime to me, Amid points to time trea sures that ’ _shmne , To honors and pleasures and _riohes_, Whispers they all simall be mine. Although time proud world may sock To cover my o ~ orts with shame , I’ll _stru ggie thmro ugii hardship and toil , U ntIl I win thee, fair lame. _Ci _Pflfl_!_h (_lfl...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

_EXcHANGES. Our livel y fri _tn i , time Lutl merv ill e _Seminar ian, thoug h r ither liute in putting _1_m m appeara nce , _is up to it s usual st andard of excellen ce. The Universit y News is one of time best college papers of its kind that _com es to us. Thoug h weekl y, each issue is full of _imews , always contai ns sonic ediiorials of general intere st , ammd has in it what is so often lacking in all college papers, the latest general college notes, The October nunmber of the Swartli more F/ _urn iv contain s an excellent article on a question which _h as , in the last few years , been vi gorousl y discussed by those interesteci in higher _edtm _cauion , _that . of aL m _olish immg time systenm of _lmommor s pre _valem mt _in nearl y all of our colleges. It says _tt ’rhe very system of marks and honors from marks, is, in itself , opposed to time hoard anti libera l develop _m ent wimic _im immakes a thoroug h college man or _womna _im. A student wimo Is working for marks can...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

ALL--the year I’ollnd--MUSIC These, and thousand s of other Hooks for sale. Corre spond. (it you _lumm ’e no Guitar , Ma ndolin Banjo, Flute or _Violimi , call or send _b r lists of fine _In. _st rm mment _s at our brammofm store , J _B. _Narars & Co_., _at Court Str eet , Bo_,_ton_. ) OPERATIC PIANO COLLECTION. The beet of the music of _19 Operas. Price $1.00. Air, for Piano. YOUNG PLAYERS’ POPULAR COLLECTION. _ci very easy and very good pieces. Price $1.00 _SAI_3_I_3_ATEI_.DAY MUSIC. For Piano. _._35 beaut _Ifu l Mole dies, fi nely amrauged. Price. Vol. 2 of Miss Eleanor W. Everest’s ALBUM OF SONGS 12 _fi _rst cla _~ s Songs by the _best. authors Price _$1. COLLEGE ~ ONGS New, enlarged _edltioum , 82 jolly ,_ongs, 200,000 sold. Prlre _00 cents, OLD FAMILIAR DANCES For the _Piammo. 100 of them, Easy, and as mommy as they attn be. _to _ocnts , FOR MUSIC FESTIVALS. ‘lEE ATLAS. By earl Zorrahn , 29 splendId _Ch _oru ses, Sacred and Secular, Most of _th em quito new. _$1. Any B...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

RICHARD KNY Importer of _aim d Denier in CHEMICAL AND PHYSI CAL APPARATUS CHEMICALS, Etc o1e Roprosolltative of C, Ger_1_i rdt_. _Boil,a Rh 10 CORTLANDT STREET NEW YORK Whole Laboratory Outfits or Single Appa ratus furnisimed promptly. _Impo _rtat lons free of duty for Scient ific Institution . 4 ~~ PEO IAL TY. ~ ~

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 November 1890

SCMFFER & SODS Have a f ine selection of Woolens of the lates t and most popular designs. The very lateNt _shap eeof H•ATS AND CAPS _Gei ~ t1en ~ _ci_’ ~ s’ } ~ urr ~ _isI_’ _~ ir ~ g Goods , _1’taie _Neaqrmve. ’n’ a _8_pe_01_a_1_t_5 * MILITARY * UNIFORMS *~ - For Price, Fit and Quality are Unequaled. State College , Penna.

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