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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1889
KNARL GRAND , SQUARE and UPRIGHT PIANO FORTES FIFT Y YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC. Upon their excellence alone have attained an UNI _1_URCHASEI) PRE-EMJNENCE , which establish es them as unequalled in Tfl _r_1r WIIPK MAPJSNIP. YflUC H ANH DURABILITY. — — --~~ _;;_i ~~~~~~~ e _~~~~ i _~ :_"_-_— - - _tVsitaiio _oras_: Nos, 22 and 24 East _Baltim ore Street , Baltimore , _Md ~ Nos. 8_i ~ Market Space, Washington , D. C. ~ ~
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1889
HASTINGS & REEDER , ~~~~OF ~ _NH YS-Afl _~ -L ~AW , _1_)_, _II_, _11 _wII_._ntIJm ~ . _UIIRORIS . B ELLEFO NTE , PA - SPANGLER & HEWES. ~~~~O_1 ~fl _~ 1YS-A _~ 1_!-L_(AW, 3. _I,. _Sl_’_Al J G _I_._l ~ }t . _er_. _IIRIVIC _S_, BELLEFONTE , PA
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1889
fYP E -WRITER ADVI CE TO PARENTS. _"_I advise parents to have all their girls antI boys taught short-hand writing and type-writing. A short-hand writer who can type-write his own notes would be safer from poverty than a Greek scholar. ’’ Charles Rende on " The Coming Man , " _~~~~~ ‘ _li_’_,_Ue for _!_s’ew _Illustra ted catalogue.
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1889
~ç3~~~ \\ GILLOr7 ~ _. ,Iect _‘ cn . GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 18Th. His Celebrate a _._N _~ ,_rnbers_, 303-404- I 70-604-332 anti _hi_. other styles snap be had of all dealer. throughout the world. Zoseph Giilott & Sons, New York . C H 01 Q ~ •f• P7 ~TT ~~RNS —FINE -— PAPER HANGINGS PA X !fl MILLIE & L 643 Smithfield Street PITTS BURG H, PA. ~ ~~ ~, _~~ ~
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1889
& ~~ Anthony & Co Manufacturers and Importers of PHOTOG RAPHIC _~ t _INSTRUMENTS Apparatus and SupplIes 591 Broadway_, N Sole proprietors of the Fatent Satchel _Detito_. tive, Schmnid Detective, Fairy, Novel, mittS B*- cycle _Camera s, and sole agents for the Celebrated Daflmneyer _Lou se_,. _Am ateur OutfitS in great variety from $ _~ .oo up. ward, Send for Catalogue or cal l and _exam ine. _~~ " _i_7f _are _Man Far/y _Years _._&tnblfoho_/ _: , _Mz _this oJ _ôusineu ~ ~
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1889
E’I’AmtI _msIlEI _1815 HORSTMANN BROS. & CO 1 _~ ’i fth and Cherry Streets , Philadel phia. ’BFencing Foil,, ~~~~~~ Swords, Gloves. Gauntlet ,, Masks, Shoes, Jacket s hioxi _ngftlovea_. ~~~ ~~~ Boating Hosiery of all kinds. _Millet,, Pants, Hose and Caps. Polo, _Foot.Bill and Bicycle _Jerseys , "_Semtd for Illustrated _thttitlogue. ~~
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1889
_Voi . 2. sTA’FE COLLEC AGAIN \VC have been left by the resignation of Mr. Walker and Mr. Bryan , Mr. Walker ’s assistant , to appol nt another business manager. In behalf of the staff we desire to express our appreciation for the energetic _and efficient services rendered by Mr. Walker and for the hearty coo peration and liberal management which have encouraged the _ed itors in their efforts to improVe the Frt-’e Lance. Our relations have always been pleas _~ ttit and we very much regret that Mr. Walker can not continue to hold his position. Mr. George Johnson _succeed s Mr . Walker as business manager. Mr. John son will unclei’take his work with enthusiasm and energy, and in this position he deserves and _need s the willing support of all. PA., JANUARY , _188 9. No. _7. ANEW feature of work and association is about to be presented ! to the students who have just come among us this year. The literary societies will no doubt soon be active , offering th eir advant ages for cultur e ...
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1889
verdict is tllat a half—dozen of ol’atiolls with two or three dry, technical theses , constitute a tiresome programme for conmlehlCehllehlt morning. A conlmellcenlent _add ress by SOfliC prominent man would be lllllch more acceptabl e. Such an exercise for next June is tile propo sition of tile class of _‘S9, alld ill tilis Proposition they are in accord with the oft—repeat—ccl sentimellt of tile bod y of the students. Not onl y are the students in favor of this , but tile idea must cofllnletld itself to all who attend tile exercises of commencement week , sillce tile class can furnish a more pieasallt programme up on the occasioll of class day tilall as now upon commencement clay, while at tile _S _~ hllC tim e _~ ll add ress on graduating day as suggested would give visitors and all a tr eat. Moreover , the size of tile _pl ~ escnt Senior class is such as to make a programme for gr aciuatioll ciay ill Wilicil all lllClllberS of tile class are replcscllted almost unbearable; yet th...
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1889
id ea of establishing a course in lllillillg _en gi—Il eering. There are obvious reasons wi’y til e Pennsylvania State College silouldl offer a means for tile _stud y of that subject. (i) Pennsylvania is one of tile leading states in tile Union ill tile mining ind ustry. The close relation between the state and tile college would suggest tllat tilis college should be _forem ost ill prornotillg the interests of tile state. There are many openings for goo_,d _m ining engine ers tilroug il out tile state, and if tile college would hel p supp l y good mining engineers it would be doing 110 more than its duty. (2) The location of the college is well adapteci to the stud y of m ining _ellgilleerillg, as all h our ’s _rid e will bring US Ihi til ~ nlidst of a nlinillg region . While too much siloflid not be expected fronl so young an institutioll as this , - yet it would be worth the wilile of tile authorities to offer _1_llC _~ 1_lS as fast as possible to satisfy tile growing demand made ...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1889
ard of any college. \Ve take tile opportunity to congratulate the student and tile whole college upoll tills fact. We believe , _ilowever, that one side of _001_’ social character couid be improved by the addition of all elegallce _wilicil a more _eXtdllddd , not necessaril y more _iicellsed , _internlillg iillg of tile sexes would _colltribtlte. We believe that lllCtllOds for suppressing such comllmunication alOe wrong, alld are a poor apology for the lack of pain s and attention wilich oug ht to be exercised in reguiating_, organizing, alldi extemlding it ill a way calculat ed to educate. It certa inl y is not ne- i. .- s _,r_, _. t to sacrifice polite attailliflellt to normal ~~~~~~~~~ _~ cessary _Ptl l’ity ; Witil regu lation we may have both. Such as nltinlated , are tile social _lIlallIler , _stalldlardl , amId attaillilleilt of our student. The nlelltal traits wilicil commend our stu—dlents are an effective, practical grasp, and the absence of superfluous _illetilOdi _s alld ...
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1889
up tilat can ever _d epart from the calm serellity of til e positive state, Tilere _15 n ~ variation ill the scale, til eil _Iliotioli , _Ill _elltal , moral or pily—si cai. Tiley never would venture on _eithel_’ end of a see-saw, never go up, never go _dlowll , but always stand still in tile middle , _willi e tileir more alliillated associates experiellce tile ri sing ami d failing sensations tilat giv e allimllation and deli ght to life. ‘i he people of the conlparative degree _ili~ dul ge in a little see—sawing, hut not enoug h to make th em dizzy ; yet it llas _tu e pleasing effect of relieving life of tile dull Illonotony whicil would assail them , if they, like their positive bret ilren , were _50 collstitutedi that everything til ey looked _U ~ O_11 Was to be viewed ill tile same positive manlier. They take one step hi gher in the scale of hu lnall existence, by pel’lliitting tilemselves to filld _au occasional tiling of illterest ill theil ’ _surrourt diings , winch lifts th...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1889
But this superlative state of existence ilas tile advantage of brin g _iml g til e mind ill contact with tlling s _wilicil are " perfectl y heav enl y, " Willi e til e lylllp il atic _Pd _~ S_0ll of tile positive order is _llCV e ~ pr opelled ileavenwal’d by tile force of ill s elliotioil , and the hlloh’e fortuliate and san—guin e colliparative ilia_)_r sonieti nies rise ilig h enoug h to see tile faint li gilt of a far-off star, but the nervous , ilappy super lative sees stars above him , stars aroulldi ffllll , and _15 quite a sh ooting star _ilinlself. THOUGHTS ON NEW YEAR EVE _I sit- and _cireamu , _thoug lm cluite _awake _I ~~~~~~~~~ o’er the fading year , And weary tlmrotmg lm time past I make And search with ming led hope and fear. _I search foi’ good that _I have clone , And hope with doubts amid fears the while; For good I search , time wrong would shun _I rake fm good yet find the vile. _I gaze _macIc sad , and watclm the glow Of mudd y coals upon the grate. Fom’ me these...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1889
THE OLD WILLOW. QN the campus about 100 _yard s south of tile College building, at the forking of the _d rives and walks that _lead , 011 tile _Ohid hand to tile president ’s 110usd , aIldi 011 tIle other hand to tile college, may be found at all times a friend of til e afflicted. Appr oach tilat spot in JulIe or January amid we filldl tilat friemld ill mournfu l silence bo_\villg hi s myriad heads with Natur e’s grace, as if to cii’op tile balm of peace into every acilillg lleart amId weary soul th at perchamlce mig ilt _pa ~~ _behi eath ilis spreading arms. Not onl y tile sorrowful , but _evem ~ ileart s Witil joy ful faces ilave givell expression to semitiments of love in praise of tilis old coInforter , WiIO _Uhl _COllsciouSl y illspireS tile adnliring soul \vitil tile grand eur of Nature ’s fornis _alldi facts, and _l roves our godl a certainty. \Vhat is there to _ad mire ? The old! wcc ~ i g _Willow ! The name itself will send a _th rill tilroug h every heart tilat ever beheid...
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 January 1889
classes , a comparative stateniellt may have soiiletiiillg of interest. The village , as considered ill tin s sketch , i. ~ made up of tile houses on tile college grounds audi til e ilOUses directl y ill fr ont of these gr ounds ahld distant not mllol’e than 250 yards. In DecenlbeI ~ , _i868 , the post-village of Agricultural College contaimleci ill all sixteen faniil—ies, of whomll twelve lived ill houses outside tile grounds , thr ee ill d wellings on tile gl’otlfldis _all d on e ill time college buil d ing. Of tile tliirteen wooclell bu ildimlgs used as dwellings , 0111 _>’ thr ee hlad been paimltedi and _lleari y all were of til e dry-goods-box sty le of arcilitecture . There was, ill adidhitio ll to the buildings llamed , a store consisting of a one—story room without -cellar. Each house dlepelldedi 011 cisterns for its water supply, and _011 calldles or oil for its nig ht li ght. Tile mail passed tile college tilree times per week on its way from Beilefonte to Spruce Cr...