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ON THE TABLE.
The Lafayette comes to us fresh and invit
ing. The composition of this journal is varied,
and it attains to a high standard in all its depart
ments. Its editorial staff is putting forth success
ful efforts to make it the exponent of the popu
lar institution whence it comes.
We take pleasure in welcoming to our ex
change table the Dickinson Liberal. The IJberal
compares favorably with any of our exchanges.
Its editorials always contend for wholesome is
sues, and Ls literary articles evince much com
THE FREE LANCE.
Washington Literary Society.
, Pres.—W. P. Jones,
Vice-'Pres.—P. M. Brown, <v,fjw
Critic—J. M. *
Treasurer—H/ W. Mitchell,
Corresponding Sec’y—G. J. Thomia
Editors—JlfiP. 1 Jackson and* J. C. Me
Ccesjson Literary *- Society,
Vice-Pres. —Miss A. D. Ball,
Critic—R. P. Swank,
Recording Sec’y—D. A. Lawson,
Treasurer —A. A, Patterson,
Corresponding Sec’y—Miss Nora Gi
Editors—G. A. Beaver and H. R.. L
Librarian—J. B. Struble,
Banker—W. P. Fisher, jr.
Base Bail Club.
Manager—G. L. Holter,
Captain^-J, C. Mock,
Secretary—H. B. McLean,
Lawn Tennis Clul>. &
Vice-Presidenfej-J. P. Jackson, j
Secretary—W. f). Stevenson, . /
Treasurer—W. F. White, , /
Superintendent of. Court—Gilb&f A
Athletic Association, f
President—W. P. Fisher, *>
Vice-President—A. A. Patterson,?;
Treasurer—Gilbert A; Beaver, ” 4
Secretary—C. M. KesSler, yjj
Manager—G. H. •* W
President—J. B. Struble,'
Musical Director & Teacher—F. P,
Sec’y and Treas.—G. M. Downing.
Thrift of time will repay you, in
with a usury of profit beyond your mosl
’85 —Miss Mary Foster, of State
engaged as a private instructor at Cole]
field county, Pa.