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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

_CHOIQE .+ ~ P _1 ~~~ TT~~~~~~RNS FINE—

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

REMINGTON STANDARD fYPE WRITER ADVICE TO PARENTS. _I advise patents to have all their gii’ls and boys taug ht _sim oit—h and writi ng and type —wr iting. A short—h _and w titer w ho can _typc.wI’ite his own notes would ’ be safet’ from _povetty titan a _I ;u’eei ~ sch olar, ’’ Charles Reade on _" The Coming Mai _m. " _Llj _~~ _hi_’,’ lie j ot’ New _lllunlt_’ _,_tted _Cainlo _ue_, WYOKOFF , SEA ~ IANS & BENEDICT , NO. 834 CHESTNUT ST., ( _‘oat’ _I _N _t ~ N’l’A _I_. _ll_( ii’ _ltI_. ~ 1’ H _IL AD ELP 1-1 IA OWERS" SHpA ST E Leads _in _1_._ad_!eo’ and _~ ile_,_t’_a FINE HAND AND MACHINE SHOES ELL . VON . PA. _~ ~ ~~~ ~~~ _~~~ ~~~~~~

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

_I_’.’i’aiu _,isii _El _) 1815 HORST IVIANN BROSI & CO F’i tth and Cherry Streets , Phi ladel ph Ia F’ _eiicluig Foils , I QYJ ~ NAS _i_1.J _JVl ~ Swords , (doves. _I _Gaunt _lels, Musks, I Shoes, _Jnekels ft _oxiuu glilos’es_. BOJk TING GO0 ~ s _h ooting _h osiery of nIl kinds, Sh irts, rants , _hl oso _1usd _Calls Polo, F’_oot._IlalI and Bicycle Jerseys, t ot’ _II iusti’itteti _UtIt _ailq _~ _Ilo _,

Publication Title: Free Lance
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

_, ~ ç3 ~ Y\\ GILLori ~ _, tcct _‘ Pcn . GOLD MEDAL , PARIS , 18Th ills C’eleb paled _Xunibeps , 303-404-- _1 70-604-332, and _lila _allis_,_’ _e&i,les _,,_iay _he _/_tad qy’ alt _dealers _throu(/liout _I_/_ic wo_,_/_ct_, Joseph Gillott & Bone, r _~ ew Yolk. ~~ ~ ~

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

The Free Lance _\T _~~ 1,, 2. S’l’A’I’E C_()_I_._LE_( _’ ~ E, _I THE FREE LANCE . I ’_:_thli_’shed _/_11011 /h _i _) ’ _i_/_u_;_’_/_1_l _, ~ ’ / h _’ _i_’ _itl/_e _~ çe’ _)‘C_111_’ _/_1 ___I ~ //o’ S/ud en/s _(it 7_/_ic ~~~~~~~~~~~ S/a/ c Co//cgc. ST A F F: _II _I_’ _) CU R’l’I N ( . _RO_()[’, ‘89, _~ \_ssoct~ vI’i El Ii’t_’ _oRS JIIiIN _S _WEl t _ER , ‘89. _1. I) _, _I _It_’ _~ ci’t’:iu , ‘89. _II_. _R_. _Li _~ vi_,_i :s, ‘ 90 _, _I_, C, _M_, EI_,_I_,I’_:_NI_;_I_:_Rt_;_IOm _, ‘90_, _Il_. \V. _DEMMINI; , ‘90_. _‘_I_’ . A. ( _II_,_I _. _Ev , ‘ 91. __l. I"_IcANK ~ Il _IRIlIS _, ‘ 91. _b_’_wo _’_,:cu Ai’ _a_,_urgc _~ ,( _~ v.o_. R. jot _INSDN , ‘91, _Assist. _h_’_u_,_cii_,_es ~ j _I_/_,r_,zm_’ _, _’_,_’, _I _I_. _V. _I _it _lIMES , ‘91. ( 0_/_ti ’ 1" _~ I_/_u _,_/_u ( ~ _i_//_OS_.) . _, . 7’EJ_?_ii/_._S_’. ~ Sioqie _cop_/ s. _. . . . "_5 _I__ / ‘ayethie _At_/_va _p _ice. Contributions of mattel’ and other in Ioi’nuttion tue ICquested from all members and ex-nicinbers of the College. IA...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

Comparativel y few respond , and often those who do respond do not lend their best effort ; they take so little interest in the matter that much labor upon their pi’oductions is neccs—sary in correcting gt’oss errors caused by _cvi_-. cleat ca ~ _elessness. These things oug ht not so to be." Give ft-ce reins to youthfu l tenc len—cics and tackle hard subjects if you will ; be extravagant , be crude , onl y don ’t be careless . We will with pleasut e encourage and assist any of our _liUmber , of any class , who ~ vi ll give th e ir best effort, and we appeal to all for contrib utions. But a feature which the papel- oug ht to present by way of contributions from Alumni is still more noticeabl y absent. 1)oubtless no part of the paper would be reach with so’ much interest as articles from former students , writ— ten upon sonic timel y top ic , or letters written for publication. Such communications would be appreciated by all students here as well as by all who h ave ever had aiiy 1)er...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

to get a leave of absence at all , and it can Olil y be gotten on condition that missedl lessons be studied and recited w ithin a limited ti me _after r eturn. All such close measures of l’egulation a ~ e univ ersall y conceded to he indisp en sibl _e ill ~ )_repar _at ory _chcp artm ents , but we thi n k th ey _nt i ghit be materiall y m _odifi edi in college. \Vc say th is well assured that they are Sc) modified ill niany colleges. And it ’ is si gnificant in th is connection that colleges most I iheral ill such rcsl)ccts are the largest and leading colleges. It seems to be conceded in the li ght of these exanip les that close routine re _quir elilelits are h ot necessary for the maintenance of a hi gh standar _d of attainment. ’ If this be true wh y may not absence lot’ a t ime , of _certa iii prescribed limits be gi’antc d to our base—hall team , for instance , for it trip, without subjecting th em to requir em ent s up on return which almost _~ _lii ou lit to compe lling comp l...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

never forsaken an cnte l’prise in time of need , hut we are sorry to recall the fact that the Alumni and old students have not been as loyal as they sh ould have been to the institution and its enterprises. We refer to the sound basis of the FR EE L ~ NcE to show what can be acconi—pu she d ~ ‘hen _prope ~ aid is given. The _Acuma_/ will be _’ neatl y bound. Mr . I-I. W. Mitch ell has been elected business manager , and he requests thiat subscri ptions be forwarded to hini as soon as possible . \Ve entreat you _iii the name of your A/ma _il_/_a_/ er to aid the class _iii this work. Every student should have one. Every student ’s girl should hav e one. Every fl’iend of the institution should have oIl e_. ‘Every professor and professor ’s ~ vile should have one. Every Alumnus should have one . Now _d rop a dollar in the slot and _lizuic a l Come forth. th e see INSTEAD of Saying, in J anuary LANCE , that the Electrotechnic Course will give way to a course in Electrical Eng ineering, w...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

A WINTER ’S NIGHT _b I _lE _._Si_11 ’I’lI The ni ght is still , and ull around _‘l’he air is filled wit _Ii darlc ness _drear , _I listen for t _h e faintes t _soun d , And nothing but my _hment _’_t _I hear, Nomv Morpheus rei gns o’er all _tima nk nd , O’er beasts , o’er birds , and creep ing timings _I _pnuse ,—withm immy hcnt’t to _find Eesponsc to feelings silence ln’ings. I low vast the spnce in which we move I-low ninny orbs nround us fl y I-low narrow is time little groove _Iii which we live so soon to chic ! I low wisel y chosen is time cours e I’ursuecl _1 Y plaii ~~ son _and star _I low often do we meet _remodse \Vhen from ( _,o _d_’_s path we stray afar In darkness , such as this , was found The world in chaos ,—(_,od with _, _po_\vct’. I-u s hand directe d all around To _tim ove in order front timat _Imo_,_tt_’ _, And to time wo _rd s; " Let there he li gh t ,’’ _‘l’here eanme response to what was said. _h ow glorious must have been the sight _\_Vhm eim fir _s t from ear...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

But simp ly _iii _h is love to grow \Vlmile _th us I stand mmcl contemp late _‘l’hme wondrous nat ure of time God _\\‘hose word all beauty did create And put _iii man time mu inch to land ,— A li gh t i)reaks throug h time western sk y Where parting clouds are _mmm ovi _mm g fast , And blinking stars attract my eye, In stilling thoug hts of reg iolis vast, I now _d iscern _tim ’ _h orizon ’s form , \_Vhmei_’ ~ clouds concealed the setting sun Wh ose beauty is a _chmami geful _moom Of sple.ndors fro m time _hmeavei ms won. _‘I _lt e sk y is _h alf relieve _d of clouds , _i _~ ,_md Nature ’s frown is soon dispelled. Of _immyria d stars , time _diii_, li ght crowd s Aroun _d mime wlm lie in awe I ‘_1_mm _h eld. l" orgetf ul of time ni gh t ’s cold air , _I linger ‘ncatlm _th is heav ’_nl y _sm ile Forgetfu l of time world’ s despair , I love this h our _th at ’s free froimm guile. _‘l’hme emmt ire arch is mmow a _doimme Beset wit h _br illia _mm ts large ammcl small. \\‘lmat untold wea...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

ailnient is not ph ysical : He tries a new _dodl ge. Going to _th e window lie gazes silentl y on th e moonlit landscape , and after a few moments , remarks th at it is a " beautiful ni ght. " No reply to this challenge comes from the fi gure oti the lounge. After a few more _liiifllht _es silence , Berg addresses his companion and proposes a walk in the college wood. Thu s last shot is enoug h , and h i s room—mate jumps to his feet , his eyes in a " fine frenzy , rolling, " and teal’s up and down the rooni , flapp ing his arnis about and orating thus Walk , w’alk thunder; _nioohihi ghit ; yes, lie better walk , walk , till lie busts ; by the great horn S _~~ OOhi ; walk , whoop, _poo_1 ~ girl , you walk—and his forensic effort ends wit h a fierce howl of despair , audi plump dlown hie goes oti _h i s loulige. Berg walks ovel’ to th e win d ow and looks out softl y _ch uckling to _hlinl self the while. Nothing is heard save _th e softl y liun _in _ledh notes of _Clenientih ie which...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

THE EFFECT OF LITERATURE ON YOUTH. AGREAT factor in th e formation of the character of otlr youth is home literature. Supp ose the _library , to ’ _whii ch the _youngel_’ members of the famil y h ave fr ee access, to he stacked with _liumer ou s _~ ‘ olunies of trash y _read ing, cati we not readil y conceive a youth—fctl charactel’ to hear a close resemblance to th e ch aracter represente _d in tIle library? I mpre s—sion succeeds impressiohi , _uh itil finall y, in th e inclinations and habits of those thus situated , -we beg in to notice the effects of some ruinous inf luence , Like some narcotic , after these im—l)l’e_._SsiOhiS have once become instilled , it is next _tt _’_t an impossibility to dislod ge them. Almost d ail y the papel’s _pl_’esehlt to us i _~ lstaflces of boys scarcel y in their teens , who becoming _ahiih _iiated l by a desire for some heroic (?) ad—venture , have _d eparted for t h e _~ ‘icl e west or the boundles s _dlcep, armed with a i’evohver or _HOflIC s...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

_126 THE FRE by the assuhued destruction of sonic elementary pat’t of the substances und er examinatioh _l , oh’ the forniatioti of a new pol’tiohl from t _h e air , which was , as Professor Crookes aptl y says , looked upon not " as the conimohi in stance of a cotidition to whic _h all tiia~ tet’ coul _d be reduced , but a something very _close ~ y bordering U ~~Ohi _hiothing. ’’ With such vague an _d false notions , it is not wonderful that many of the most conitiion facts escaped observation , or _~ ‘er e misinterpreted. Manufactures were car—t’ied on -according to tt’adit ionai rules of thumb. Ph ysiolog ical processes were explaitied wholl y by the activity of a mysterious vital force , and niedici n al treatment was very largel y Ohi a par in rat i onality with In dian incatitat ioti. Tile ph ysicist ~ ‘as llihidered in the stud y of mechan—lea! pt’oblems by tile mysterious behav ior of t _hl a t " itii _potid let’ab le matter , " hi eat. But tile stu _d ies of a century hlave...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

THE FREE for th e latter _l ’p ~~~ ; th e manufacture of _ahflflio nia , coal—tat’ ahidh ani _h it ie d yes ft’om gaswastes ; _‘ of _nap _hitila , bet _izine , lub i’icating oils and paraf fine ft’om pett ~ olettti’i wastes are all striking ihistatices of this secoticl elenient in nioderhi _inch _ttstria l economy. It is obvious that th is utilization could not hiave existed wit h out _tu e previous extetisive development of chemical science. Thlis survey, wh ile it _shio ~ vs th e deep—rooted influence of cheniistt’y upoti tiitieteent _hi cetittht’y civilization , also enip hiasizes the impot’tatice of chemistry as a factor in education. The claim of chemistry for a large shiat’e of attetition from all students seeking a liberal _edldtcation , hiot to metitioti those hooking toward l iti _dh dtsth’ia l auth techinical pur _sctit s for a live _lih ood_1, is _based upon tile fact thlat chieniical i_)_rodluct _s and ph’o—cesses at’e used _itt the ‘preparatioti of near !)’ all classes ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

128 THE FREE fit hitn for th e harder , sternet’ duties of life , to which ladies sh ould never 1)e dt’iven except iti cases of exi gency. Becaitse women are not taug h t qitaternions and metaph ysics , it _d oes not follow that th eir oppot’tunitles are inferior , atiy more tiiat _i it follows froni th e fact that wotiieli ah’C riot admittedh’ to \Vest Poitit oh’ An—tiapohis , th at theit’ qualifications are itiferior to th ose of _hiieti . Tile)’ at’e simp ly so ph ysicall y and mentall y _constituted _i th at they _sitott _ld - not be called to _1)el’fot ’tii certain duties _iii life , Of cout ’se th ere are gehiiuses iti bothi sexes. Thiey should be _‘ _echitcate _ci fut’ what tileit’ gift _ad apts th em , regardless of sex, Genius makes its _owti i’u le iti such cases_. ‘ It is a serious dhuestion also wh ether , exceptioiis askh e, th e full cohlege cut’h’icu lun _i _iii some of. its abstt’act anti sevet’e branch es does tiot put too h eavy a stt ’aiti _i ~ pon Urn h ealth ahi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

LANCE. itistitutiot i s can a fford to cmp hoy this double set of instntctors , sonic mitiot’ difficulties are also _miiochifl cd whem’e thie girls can be at h ome , as _iii colleges situate _d in large cities , or measurahl y so _iii colleges where th ey _coni c _ihito proximate condit iotis of life. Out the whole , howevet’ , we think it far better to h ave Separate colleges a-iid dliffeh’ent courses of _stitd y fot_’ eac h sex. - 1-1. R. L. LOCALS Scene 1. A tiiii’t ’ot ’ reflecting a son. Scene _II_. A good hooking-lass. Window _(lh ’oh)s—t ’efleCti _oti s at y our heis th h’e. Who _" faked~ ‘ and _eXl)_oI ’tCdi _tht at cray-fis h aquarium? ’ A ~ ‘hiist chub Ilas beeti organize _d with a meti _iher _shii p _(‘)f fourteen ~ I’hie trustees appropriated fifty dohha i’s toward furtii _shi it ig tile ~ )‘_tii_1i ~~ _SIilh ii wit h apparatus Fo uh’ of the niembet’s of th e Setiior Class _cohl tehiip late tak _lu g a law cou h’se, _lVhil es and’ Swatik at’e th e best _whti st players _...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

THE FREE LANCE. _12_çj Mt’. Robert _Gm_’eeti was called to his _It _otne in N. J., on account of the death of a t ’elative . _(‘) _it r Bobby Green Telep ho ne Co., owtied anti _cohit r _ohhe _dl by a syndicat e of studlents , of _whi ichi Bobb y is the presi _dletlt , is flt ’ml y established , atid bi _d s fair to supersede _tu e Joh _lti Ati dy Telegrap h Co . A comniittee of five hias beeti appoitited by the Jun iot ’ Class for the _pith ’pose of tiia king th e necessary ah’h’atigehiient _s for _tu e Junior Ball , I-lank _d oesn ’t dleny that th e Gulf Stt’eani _fctr _nishi es th e Icelatidet ’s wit h wood , bitt he does deny Roop ’s assei’tion , th at it is kn ocke _d ihito k it _idh itig. I’t’of, to Huh itet ’, tile ph ysicist ; " Wh at is a steam—engine , Mr. 1—lunter ?" Mr. _Ii : " A steatii— cng itie is a miiachiihie withi a _1)_iStOli , ~ t—and a—hiole in -each _end ,’’ Mr. Mitc _hiehi , our _obhi git ig _au th gemiia l post—hiiastet ’, _hta s liadi _~ i. large dioor pitt ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

suckeh’s, in order th at I may have variety in _lii_)_’ collection, " - We a-re glad to note th at th e P. S. C. Tehe-~ rãpii Co. hias again come to life , with tile fol—lowihig officers : Pt’es’t, h-I . R. Leyden ; Vice-Pt’es’t, J.A. 1-littiter ; Sec’y ahid Tt’eas’r , 1’. A. Gilkey ; Linemen , C. M. Green , J. A. 1-lunter auth F. I-I_. Bates, Now thiat tile work h as started let it be continued , and let us see wiiat improvement can he made before the end of the year. Jake _Strutble , of tile mnechiatiical _ehig ineerim _ig departniehit of the class of ‘89, has made the drawimigs of a wind—etig ine , ahid is goihig to cohistruct the emig imie , whic h is of his own design. _Tu e drawings sh ow thoug iltfu lness _ant_! care in desi gn. Th e governor is tile _clistitic — tive feature of ti ~ is eng ine. It is cohistru :ted on au entirel y tiew plan , amid miiay become dluite ham’gel y used in the cdnstruction of wind—eng ines , as th is is thte stickih ig point withi _au buhildem’s W...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

Th e Telegrap h Co. iias given quite a boom’n to tclcgl’aphiy in th e College. We received an imivitatiomi to sendl amnateur athihet es to th e Second Ann ital Wiuiter Meetitig of the Ath letic Association of _tu e Utiivem’sity of Petinsylvamiia. \‘Ve would be gladi to _sehid Athletes to th is meeting, but octr men are not Pl’eParcd to enter a contest , hiavitig had h O place to exem’cisc and keep iti practice durin g thtc fall and present term. Out’ old _gyninasiuhn has beemi tormi up to give place to _tu e new chapel , and _tu e Artiiot ’y is tiot yet _cotlip leted. If a sufficient appropriation were made with wh ich to ed ~ uip Urn Ah’tnoh’y _~ vit _hi sutitabhe _andl needed apparatus , we would not _ittitiecess at’i l y be debarred from ehiteri n g ihito all kinds of athletic contests. We hope the State will soon see the great riced of a well-equh ippedl gymnasium at its own rapidl y growing It istitution. The College _Stutdents , fifty stm’ong, formed on fifth hall atid mnarc h...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 February 1889

hias ohtaimiedl a position in the office of th e chief si gnal officer . ‘78. Miss Atina M. Stackhpuse is ami _itistt ’uctOh’ in _th e Ft ’iemidl s’ Centrah school at Phiilaclelp hia , Pa . ‘Sn . Miss Kittie J, Price is iti attend lance at Smith ’s Cohlegc , Mas s. ‘Si. Calvin Jackson has made several me—chatiical _ih ivent ions latel y, amiiong tliemn is the bi-bicyc le. ‘88. N. E. Wilsoti is tak iti g a post-gt ’aclutate course at _Corn elh _Umi ivcrsity . ‘89. \Ve tiotice the nanie of J. F. L. Morris Oil tile staff of the Cornell Dai/i ’ _Sun, Morris is capable of _filh i tig such a position. He was one of those who started the FREE L ~ _NcE , We am’c som’ry to heat’ of th e death of Hon. B. F. _Humhiter , of Fi _hh mot ’e, the father of J, 1). I-Ict ntet’, ‘89. ‘92. A. Carneg ie , F. M. Cat’neg ie atid _F. N. Reed am’e passing th e \ ~ ‘ititeh’ in _tu e _stmti n) ’ South , neai’ St. _Actgustitie , Fla, _Di’ , Fream’ has been elected Chemist of the State Agr icul t _umr al Societ...

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