Elephind.com contains 10,008 items from Free Lance
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
01 THE LARGE Milsic _PIIM_1_Sh!llg OLIVER DITSON & CO., Boston have among their 2000 books of their own publication , those suited to ovary musical Want, of _m usic teachers and pupils of Professional and amateur players on all instrument s (they have alsO the _in ~ trumnonts OH Halo) organists , choi rs, congregations , Sunday and day schools , college and social singing circles , musical societies , etc. On their miles of shelving they have at all times a million or _m ore pieces of sheet music, all assorted , catalog ued and easily _Ibund. Orders received in the mornin ire atUendod to promptly, so that _m usic is on _it ~ way, by ma or express by set of _Hun. Be euro that all the _mnusle you will ever need Is to be found in _th is greatest of _establish ments. College Songs, _50 cents, _U_. IL Waite, (w ith assistance) in a condensed book of college and popular songs _seem s to be time best popular collection of merry songs ana has a very laigo sale. _Carmu lna (J _ollege...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
Accident Insurance is Good ; Life and Accident Insur ace is Better A 6 per cent. ENDOWMENT BOND that combines PROTECTION in case of death from any cause, with at ~ ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY FOR ONE’S OLD AGE , and . guarantees should death occur within twenty - five years to pay the face of tile _Boj ~ d WITH MORE THAN ALL THE INSTALMENTS PAID FOR ITS PURCHASE—that sort of contract is _OpIimi ~ s.. Send address and age to the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company; 926 Chestnut St., Philadel phia , Pa. HENRY _(_1, BROWN , Seo _’y and _Treas_, JESSE J_, _Ji _t 1U(_ER_, Ae ~ u_,_ery_.
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
_____ .S DEPOT FOR SPOR TI NG ATHLETIC GOODS App _aratu_. and App liance , for Physical Culture . SOLINGEN FENCING FOILS , etc. ‘ FRICTION " ROWING MACHINE. At Gymumut _siums , Club Rooms, and I’rivatc Houses, Professionals as well us Amateurs use them with us nitich satisfaction as an all-aroun _d excrcmser, ~ J_’ ~ Send for Illustrat ed Catalogue. A. J. REACH & Co. JACOB REED’S SONS, the oldest Military Tailoring House in the country, invites the attention of the students of the Pennsy lvania State College to the FACILITIES WHICH THEY ALONE possess for furn ishing the Regulation College Uniform in PERFEC’I’ION OF FI’l_’, and with accurate attent ion to every detail. 9 18 , 920 , 922 CllEs’rNu _l _SrREEI , _PHILADHI_.. 1’HIA. \ _WiImmiiufouioe _mo_5 _es_, _~io eefr_,.. _Ni _l, Out,. sot _OS_. _._000_ulremnt., No,
Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
—t- IIA’I’S_, OAPS GENTLEM EN’S FURNISHING GOODS AI .SU _, Meichant ‘Xaflorln g _IN _AU . ITS _II R AN C _IIUS MONTGOMERY & CO _I _[_tim es ’ Block and _hirocker imoif Row. P_._A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY FOUR BOOKS LEARNED Is ONE READING A Y_,ar s Work _Osne Intl Oats. NIsd _wan dsrlsg _csri d_. _Ipeakist wi thout _sole_. . WI oiiy _ulilik_. _anilli _clel Iy_._t_. _ma. Great _Isducesien ta to _Corsis _pmsC sncs _clans_.. l’ro—peetio _wh it pinious of Dr. ~ Nm A. H amm _ond. ton worldfu med _Npt ’eiailst in Mind _Di ~ easc _~ , Daniel Greenl eaf _Thompson , the grent P-._yt_:_hoiogist _, J. M. Buckley , _D_. D,, _i _i _I our _iii _the _It _uialian _Adt_,ov ’cfr_, Richard Proctor _tite _Sciett _tiet _, Hone . Judge Gibson , _Jud ah P, Benjamin , stud _oilier_,, Prof A LC)ISET’l’ E _, 237 Fifth Ave ., New _Vorit _, _~~~ ‘ _‘l’his _Systetit is thorotigitly _,taught by _ruin _espuinukiucti . _Scu d for pro _pectuis . ~~~~ ~ _~ ~ ~
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
REMINGTON STAN DA R D TYPE WRITER ADVICE TO PARENTS. "I advise parents to have all their girls and boys taught short-hand writing and type-writing. A sliort-Itand writer who can tvpe-os’rite his own notes would 1)0 safer from poverty thnn a Greek scholar, " Charles Renclo on " The Coming Man." _~~~~ " Write jo t ’ New _Illustr ated Catalo _gue. WYOKOFF, SEAMANS & BENEDICT, NO. 534 CHESTNUT ST., tcou’l’i relrut’t_’ _a m_, _mmo_’ _rmul ,, _I P 1-1 ILAD ELP _U _IA
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
GILLo Tr ~ ‘Pcn GOLD MEDAL , PARIS , l8’ _~ 5 _ills _Celebra_€_eil Xumbc_,_w, 303-404- _I 70-604-332 _1_t_18 other sty _~ e8 _m a_;_, he had qf all _dealers throutgliouit the world. _~ oseph Gillott & Sons _1 _N_._uw York. BICI— + P ~~TT ~~ RNS —FINE— PAPER HANGINGS K I_!JYI9 M!LL R & C . 543 Smithfield Street _PI TTSBURGH , PA. ~ ~, oic ~ ~ ~ _1
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
& I _~ . _1_. Antho ny & Co _Muinimfactur ere and Import ers of PHOTOG RAPHIC ~ INSTRUMENTS Apparatus and _SupplIes , 591 Broadway, N. _)’ Sole propr ietors of the _Pa tent Smttcimett J_)eteuotis’e, SclmamtitI J)_etective , Fairy , _Novel , ammd Bicycle Cmtii mca’as _. tumid _sole agetuts fo r tito Cclchi’ated J_)msllmnel’al’ Lei_,_seit_. .Aimtmetetts’ _Osttft ts in great variety from $ ~ ._oo up_. word. Send for Catalogue om call and _oxuimniute. _I _~~~ _flha _~ ? _luau P _arhy 1_’_ear ~ Esta _Ii _is_/_ted _itt _//_u,: _1_mg _0___f business ~
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
Es’_1’Alii _,_Islli _~ u _i8t ~ HORSTMANN BROS, & CO Fift h and Cherry Streets , Philadel phia. _Penclngi _’_oils, QY ~~~~ LL_!_M ~ Sword s , (lIov ~ s_, _(_Imiunhlels _, Musks, H BP. AT ING G0_OPS_. Shoes , Jackc _is Ilomiling _h osiery of all kind s. Shirts , Pants, _h ose and _Caps. l’olo, Foot_.IIaui mind Bicycle Jerseys, Society Badges , Pins, etc ., etc. * 5_’’Sonti tor _1_llu ~ tratod _Out._taloguto, _~
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
Vor,. 2. STATE COLLEGE , PA., MARCH , _1889. No. . BUSINESS MANAGER ’S CARD. — Some of our subscribers would do the FREE LANCE a material f ~ vor if they would make it a point to be a little more prompt in forwarding their subscri ption fees. WITH this issue of the _FI _EE LANCE the term of the present Editors expires. The Editor-in-Chief has been a niember of the . staff ever, since, the birth of the paper , and , _’ situated _thus , he is enabled to mark with mü ~ li _~ ati Sfactid h , its g ~ owth and prosperity, and at the same time is naturall y warml y interested in its fut _~ hr e. During the term of the present staff , the paper has been enlarged by the addition of four pages, arid its dress has been improvec in the quality of the cover and . in the addition . of a plate, Having been associated with the paper during its entire growth , we are able to see several points where improvement mi ght yet be made. No doubt our successors will introduce improving features. We have no...
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
work , as ~ vell as for the k in _d _rcai lcrs who have in _d ul ged _US, we step down and out. * * IN reading the _eclitoi ials of our exchanges of February, we find that they approach unanimity of sentiment in one thing , namel y : an appeal for ‘training for the baseball sea _’ son . It is the team which beg ins to train in time and trains in earnest that wins. We regret that our _opportun iti ~ s for athletic training _d uring the Winter are not what they oug ht to be , but much can be clone as it is. Lay plans and make a _sched ule of games , and then require at the hands of the bod y of _stud ents the necessary support to carry out your programme , and require at your own hands the necessary _preparatio li . We look to you to retrieve the standing which the past year ’s defeats have taken from us. The support which you receive will be exactl y commensurate _with _. the plan s which you propose and fit yourselves for executing. Above all , we do not wish to be compelled to look...
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
IN some of our colleges , wher e the m odern languages are taug ht , the instruction i s not macic practical enoug h to be of any substantial advantage. Without the aid of thoroug h class-room _d rill in any language the student will _l ossess little else than a vague _id ea of its true beauty alidi usefulness. We _allud e particu larl y to the stud y of German , althoug h the same state may be saidi to exist in the stud y of French or any other of the modern langu ages. The practical _i art , and the part which seems to be mostl y neglected , is the translating of our language into that of the foreigner. There is necessity of thor ough class-room drill. The reading and translating of standard German works may be hi ghl y entertaining, but it will not place the language at the student ’s command in order that he may use it whenever circumstances require it. To _d o this will require pract ice, for it is expres sing an English thoug ht in German wordis. This pr actice can be obtained...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
ONLY TWO NATURES. Jt ’tIjN _S_)II’t_’ t _I_, First , — Wh y was _I bom’mm to live this life Of sin timid toil , of pain and strife These many years I’ve toiled imi vain Tn search of things that _mcmi count gain. I latig h to hear them talk of joy For which they happy words employ, And claimn this life is ft_,ll of bliss _‘l’hotmgh hang ing o’er Fate’s precipice. A base _d elusion are their words That leads the multitude in herds; It lslumds the eye , and shuts the cam’, And makes _mu on quasi content here. Second, — What stuff is this your mind contains? I had miot dreamed such poisolious stains Could e’cr pollttte a soul’ s abod e Or ) to man so sharp a goad. A life of toil makes pleasures sweet , And pain and strife we all must _macc t If we would find time love and _powem_’ _‘l’hat hold the key to pleasure ’s tower, _V_/hat ctmrsed vir us irritates The lirain that foully contemplates The sacred things of life , in thottglmt Like thi s yoti to my cam’ have brought First Slim’ not ...
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Free Lance — 1 March 1889
Amid wish more time to think about ‘I’he questi omi of mumy own despair, Amudl to your recent tlmougimts _commmparc . A etlm’sin g sage amudi happy fool , Thoug h taught of life in a commmmon _sou _nd Are two extremes tlmat never _mneet Except they hear and turn their feet , Vou seemu to himn a joy ful mean Amid could I see time hamid you’ve seen That o’er these hills bri ght col ors hurled , I mi ght no more comudemmu tim _Es worid . But let me Imeam’ you speak _agaimi ; You do not speak like other mnem _m ; Andi when my own foul tommgtme _I beam’ , I)espondlcmut feelings reappear_, Our jourm uey soomi is at an end ; Aim’ead y I have gmmimmed a fm’iemldi—One who can hide time woes of life llchimmd the l)_IeaSur es of time strife. Second.— 1mm cvem’y i)ieasure stamicls a fm’iemud ~ \ho to out’ happiness _mmuus t _lemmd A colom’ All our fri _emud s _umuite In one gm’ammd picttmr e of _dleh glmt , As all the trees _111_)_011 a _Imiwmi Present a landscape boldily drawn W ith vam’iedh f...