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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1891
~ tatc ~ o11cqe F ~ ote1, That BOY AND GIRL of ours. What shall we have them ta ught and where? ST ~ TE COLLEGE , PTh PEIRCE COLLEG E —O F—Largest House and Best Accommo- BUSINESS AND SRORP HAND , Record Buil di ng, dations in _‘Fo’vvn. Steam Heat. _9_I_7 _~ ) l t) C _IOS _IOIII ~~~~~~~~~~ _.PlIiIIIdei p }_Ii r* , _Pa_, SECOND , THIRD AND FOURTH FLOORS . _IP_1o _~ •_nIHg , ilJ’t4’J’flOOfl (tIU( _?_i1f ht 9E HN _loii_#
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1891
BUS TO ND FROM 1 LL TR 1 INS _U i. _IN I’ U _I _I _I L _I I N ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~ ~~ ~~ -~~~ ~ ~~ _11_’ i’Iy ii ti (1111) SOPIII’atO _StIIIienls last year_, _OIl_)_’ IFtIlliOlIts _III_1_IJ _’ o I’IliI y hOOl’ teiltImony in favor of the _utIlity _011_(_1 practIelIhIlily _01 _1110 ColIree of lnsII’FIIIIIOH_, t _ill skill _FIl _l _11_ev_) _. _1 _(_1_)_11 of t_._h _I0_(/_Il _l ty _1_)_1111 tI’e 0010_)_1st _100_(_1 01 otrlII’t _111111 _t _IIC general _- _RIICCII._SI_( atIlIIJIIIIig the _(1111110 III promoting _1111111’ _(_FIb rosIs _ai_’_tol _’ tt ollege Banquets a _SpecialtQ. _llusfneils _lnm; ICIly _oxpeob_. more ofgl’aIIuates _(_1115 year _1_(_11111 he-(_ol _e_, us tile _I_4tftIIdlII’d ioi’ giliduatlun _111_tH _l_)_eFm _united. V V_V _ V_V. _. _Pel _roe Col ego _WritI ng S I ps _and Iteiil ItusI _ness _I_1_’oi’rn _, by Pro. _f _~ isoor A_, 1_’, Hoot , _(_01 ’ hOllill pI’IICUCFJ, 1100 dollar _I_) _Set s postage _p l’eplIld _, _- _AnIloIIIIoemonts_, _rIo ,, sent when I’OqlIO _te_,I, VIsItors ...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1891
DEPOT FOR A. i. REACH CO’S_, BASE BALL GOODS. WRIGHT & DITSON’S TENNIS SUPPLIES 1E1V _TLIIL, / R1V1 h _jH_’O flI 1IO fl _SIIFETIES. ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ GE ~~ rER_,_A_._x_4 _._A.TIILETIC Ot7TPITTE ~~ S_.. SEND FOR- CATALOGUE . FIRE AR MS AND FISHINC TACKLE
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1891
L ~ eRue Leme ~ , ’PHOTOCRM RER No. 206 M_/_t _IIICE T _STltEJ ~ T_. I-IA_1 ~RI ~~ BURG- , PA. _1 The Oldesi Es/ab lishmeni _in /he city. _1 C abinet photographs , ~~~~~ • All Work Carefull y Finished and Guarantee _d Strictl y First Class. j _: ~ ICTUaES F OP IED AND E N LA R GED . itiut-öoor Utews & ~ roups a SpectaLt ~ lie XLu e X ~ j o mex _’ _, ABRIBBURG _, _PA. _: _~~
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1891
I -would be plea _sail to show _,jou my New _Stoch of SterUng Silver Goods _in Oov Leathei cases —‘_.0_+0_.——(From the Gorham Mfg Co_,) AFTicn- _DtNNKR COFFIOI _SpooNs, _DIAMONDS, OYSTE R FoRK S, _JEWIlrdtY, i ’ iucsaitvin SPOON S, _WATUIFIIS_, _101_* CREAM _KNIVIIS , _SILVI _*_itWAR _E, OeivIo FORK S, _Cr_,ooKH , _JJ UTTEIn _I_’_IcKS_, SILVER _NOVI_*_LTIES_, _Itep _lII ri sg of line ~ VntoIlcs a specialty. _- W. T. Achenbac _li, N. E. _(for. Diamond. Bellefonte _. Pa. .
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1891
L ~ _dr *h ‘ ~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ¶L’_11D EJ ?. _ NORTH , SOUTH , EAST , WEST_. ~~~~~~~~~ - - GRASS AND CLOVER SEEDS thoroug hl y re-cleaned , free from weeds and trash of ovary kind. A bea u tifu l an d permanent sod produced in a shol’t tilno by LANDR ~~~ HS’ LAWN GRASS SEEDS Flour seed s and ’ Bulb s of the best Amei’Ican and Imported varieties. IIORTICULTUIIAL IMPLEMENTS _AN!) TOOLS I ~ GREAT _VARI ETY. Send for our Ilantlsoiiic Illustrated Catalogue Free , _~~~~~~ . ~~~~~~~~~~PII — ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ _21 _111111 23 South Sixth Street , (between Market and Chestnut Street s ,) ~ _1 PJ ~ IILADELPI-IIA, PA. Anti J)elawarc Avenue and AI’ch Street ,
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1891
_BIi ~~~ 1 ~ _&&H ~ j NS fl ~ u sic S1 ~ ore , PIANOS , OJWANS _ANI) SIVIEET Music , V PICTURES , JEWELRY _nii d WATC _h ES. [FRAMES MADE TO _ORDER ~J + C’_/_iriEiis nas _Presents . Weddin9 Ps’esan _Is. _i ~ Cor _._AUe ~_hen ~ &_~ ishop Ste., ~~~ e11of _~~ _zit ~~ , ~~~~~ _" MofiA-L: INSURE IN T HE T RAVELE RS. "
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1891
E STA BLISHED _1841 _UI. R. _Brachbill No. 20, Spring Street, Dellefonte, Pa. Dealer In _RflIl Importer o_( * FURNITURE _S AND _S BEDDI NG , S ~ arIor Furniture, Library Furniture , CHAMBER FURNITURE. Special _Fe_._cilltlcs fm .Fiirsi _isli lug F _ru _te_, ,. _al _(Jh _aptc ~ Jionses_.
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1891
flIE LITIJOTYPE P ~ BLI ~ IJ1 ~ G IJO., ~~ ART PU’BLISI ~ IERS,: ~ _I A ND 1 fluf cturer of Flue Boot _Illustratious I11ii ~ tr _atioia ~ for College _Publicafloii ~ a Specialty . Est _im ates cheerfully furnished iinci Samples sent by mall. THE LYTHOTYPE PUBLISHIN G CO., GARDNER , MASS. U_, S. A ~ ~ ~
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1891
VOL. _IV_. STATE COLLEGE , PA Entered at Slab _Uullc_,qe PosI Qftice as second el-ass _malici JANUARY , 1890_, No . 6 during the early part of every year. Some poor unfortunate who has been overcome by indul ging in _bad habits, smoking, chewing, drinking, gambling, or what not , now says that he will abstain from such habits for a certain length of time or possibl y quit them entirel y. Nothing could Le more desirable than that he should do the latter ; but _d oes he do it? We are too familiarwith the majo rity of "New Year ’s pledges" to look upon them in a general way with favor. With those who keep them we have nothing but praise , but what of those who do not ? Is this not the experience of many who fall ? They would wait until the beg inning of the new year before they stop on their downward careers. It is not the lime when a determination is macic_, but the strength of that _d etermination which tells the story. If the-will is in accord , why not stop at any time ? Here is a ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1891
IITE are all familiar with ‘the old cus-V V tom of making pledges for the year, "swearing ofi" making new resolutions and doing many other deserving OWING to the time given to vacation _d urin g the earl y part of the month , this number appears nearl y two weeks later than usual.
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1891
done in obedience to custom , is done not always with a determination sufficientl y strong to overcome the difficulties which custom itself does not usual . ly overcome. IT is understood that this paper is pubiishecl by the studlents (ex— students and alumni included) ; such being the statement on its title page. This however expresses onl y a small part of the trut h. Perhaps many expect the board of editors to contribute all of the matter required. This would hardl y be expected , however, were our institution largel y devoted to classical education. But the circumstances are dhfierent with us. Nearl y all of our studients are taking scientific courses, and are engaged during the whole day in recitation and practicun _i ,. leaving the preparation of recitations to be done evenings. The editors are as busil y engaged as are the rest, but one member of the staff being a classical student. Of course the _ed itors can , and do, largely contribute the matter ; but such does not represe...
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1891
college men are going forth to aid in driving our industries , to act as inventors and discoverers , and we have reason to think that our present advanced state of industries has received some of its best thought from the scientific graduates of onl y a few years ago. Did ever inventions of useful machinery take place so rapidly as they have during the last fifteen years ? Without detriment to the place of the classical man in our society, it may be said trul y that the scientific man has his place second to no other in the development of modern civilization. Let us look at the opportunities which now are open for young men andi women. The old story of the boy who swept recitation rooms and built fires to pay his way through college is no longer a matter of special admiration to us, or of unusual _‘ merit to the boy. Such or similar things are now taking place in more than a fe ~ v instances in every college of bur land. Indeed the young man who has not the means, and will not take ...