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E F um 'ni PWPING fisfifs JU e1U""' Q 1 r I X Ur. SERV wicumsmi -R PUMPS. 14' 'P i 1REPUMP5r QM A EST IC SUPPLY' L L, Swv E. G. soLTMANN, fmpofffeff and Manzqfactzzrer of ' BLUE PROCESS PAPER PREPARED READY EOE USE. Tracings Copied by Soltnnannis "White Print" Process CBlue Lines on White Grounolb, AND BY THE " Blue Print" Process 4White Lines on Blue Groundj. AUTOMATIC SHADING PENS AND IQNKS. t ime rs Grl131'iLllt66d to be Proof against Water. A Line will not Blur when Washed over withtCo1or ,i,,,.E,EE-E-1- n SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTSQ ,E- No. no FULToN sTHtgi:3T NEW YORK. i EW. DEVDE CD. Cor.Fu!Zo1oofooZ Wz'!!z'oro Sfroofs, Afozo York. I MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF HTISTS7 MATERIALS, BRUSHES FOR OIL AND WATER OOLOII PAINTING, F. W. DEVOE 81 CD.,S CANVAS AND ACADEMY BOARDS WATER COLORS, A rizsis, Fzro C ofo rs in Tozoos, CHARCDAI, AND CRAYDN DRAWING MATERIALS, IVkz'z'e' Load, Dry Colors, Colors ZIIZ Oi! mm' Yrzpalz, Fino Vczruishos, Fino Brushes. FREDIK W. DEVOE. JAMES F. DRUMMOND. J. SEAVER PAGE. CZEADDLGR 8g SILVER HIACER IDDCDR, With Patent Automatic Varying Stroke for running Coffee Mills, Printing Presses, Elevators, Etc., IXIannfactured by CHANDLER WATER IVIDTDR CD. ' 1325 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON, MASS. ,4 HH HHH HMUM ,HMJMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Catalogues and Price List with Sectional Cuts Furnished on Application. V CEORCEIIESIINFIIOISI, I ,I 1 f. If If Ulu 1liVGl10L,51L,V P L Z t lfALP1fBi-1 GA LEY. Set'-1'1fff1l'gfcl1f1l 7'7'cclsfn'e7'. WUI. LEE CHFR UH, Gene lAg Z HA RRIS TAB OR, SLlj16?'?iHfCl?-d67Zf. C i t ine Weetingnenee Zinteifnetie Engine, at Tnewilileetingnenee Menine Engine, Steenn Yeente, Lennenee end Tnge. SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CIRCULARS AND PRICES. THE wtstineneust Mnefliltt CUMPANY BRANCH OFFICES: ' 94 Liberty Street, New York. 14 South Canal Street, Chicago, 111. 401 Elm Street, Dallas, Texas. 401 College Street, Charlotte, N. C. VI THE DEFINE STEAM PUMP co. HOLYOKE, IVIASS. x . IIIIIIV I 4 . . . -H A a - f A '2f--1::- . PUIIIIPIISIO MACHINERY., . II A .. 'ifgL':'1'1 In I I L ,, ... .M,. A .u KWAREHQUSES : 92 85 94 Liberty Street, 54 Oliver Street, 226 Lake Street, NEW YORK. BOSTON. p CHICAGO. 620 North Main Street, 49 North 7th Street, ST. LOUIS. PHILADELPHIA. T SEND FOR CATALOGUE. I - J .L . I f"' -I A ,X ,-A . , f A . 'I I Z 5 -I I 5 E 'E gf S ,I , Q : J C4-ij 1 - i 5 i 3 5 fi ik V I5 ' I X ee A - X IMPORTED TRGUSERINGS: from 356.00 upwards. SPECIAL ENGLISH PATTERNS: from 358.00 upwards. SERGE SUITINGS, new shades, from 520.00 upwards. SPRING TOPGGATS, silk faced, from 520.00 upwards. ENGLISH VVALKING SUITS: from 51525.00 upwards yovowfiv afuef blfbwwk 5-feffodua wife, wpoyolfsx cfvfdf, czwcfoff JZ gywcvbczwufefex wwe!! yodwb e,a.JLfQ QM, UQ befmoafzlw, - Liaefifjfbfeaoqavggf yofwbbf, S . B O W M A N , EAST OF NASSAU ST 116 FULTON' ST-, IN'EI'YK7" YORK. VII My .'I .1 va ,I ,Q 1" I :E ' I' 'J 2'5- 4. +614 11435, A '. ' Q,."1'v" 1 ,rm .I. z if 4' -PI A-I fix 2 Ni' ' ' .H -C",1 I FN E- L- MAXWELL PPQS- H. S. MANNINO. T1-ees MOORE, VICE- Pres. NIARQWIN LUSC6MB Sbcvy HORIGINAL STEAM GAUGE WORKS." ESTABLISHED IN l85I. i iilwf SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF i THE ONLY SOLID DRAWN SEAMLESS TUBE ii 'l"'i,'If:1 , E Pressure and Vacuum Gauges. i' i I Sole Owners and Manufacturers of t . i i , lil Tebors Patent Steam Engine Indicator - A nnn I - F and Attachments. 2 I P ' E+ ' '. ' I I S' .A Especially, Adapted to Indicating High Speed i ' I IM, ll Iu2,.,, li 'i ,H Engines and Locomotives. ir ijt X ini :I , fl i ALSO . R A Nh,-. Pipe Stocks, Dies and Taps, Packer Ratchets and Boiler - :lcgxwf N Drills, Genuine Scotch Gauge Glasses,Brown's - I Adjustable Pipe Tongs, Ashcroft's LOW VVater Detector, Royle's Patent Self-Cleansing Steam Trap, Ashcroft's Mag- netic VVater Gauge, Stanvvood's Pipe Cutters, Steam Whistles, Test Pumps, Test Gauges, Locomotive Spring Balances, Locomotive and Marine Clocks, Engine Revolution Counters, and all instruments for measuring the Pressure of Steam, Air, Gas or WVate1-. CAUTION-As We are in no Way connected or interested With any other Steam Gauge Manufacturer, parties ordering goods should be particular and address the ASHCROPT MANUFACTURING COMPANY. , .naeflilie Gensnliclatecl Saietywilalre i5e.as.L. . CGAPITAL, S1OCl,OO0.00D CHAS. A. MOORE, MARTIN LUSCOMB, GEORGE W. RICHARDSON, Pres. and Gen. Manager. Sec'y and Treas. Superintendent. SAVE YOUR BOILERS FROM DANGER OF OVERPRESSURE. 9, . A SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF THE .-'Q ii Iii I liw nlliizf PATENT soun NICKEL snnrnn .. rf if ii C4 77 ip' 'gm Pop Safety Valves, ,fr For Stationary, Locomotive, Mar- , ,, IZII D in I ine and Portable Steam Boilers. 'e mi ' S The only Perfect Safety-Valve . I , .Z A IU made. Approved by the U. S. if Board of Supervising Inspectors. Our Patents cover all Safety-Valves utilizing the recoil action of steam, and familiarly known as " POP " Safety-Valve. Purchasers, beware of infringementsof our Patents. SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE. Salesroom, 111 Liberty St., N.Y. Manufactory, 51 and 53 Sudbury St., Boston.. VIII Eelseii's Gauges ere indispensable p To all Steam Users, City Water Works, Paper Makers, Electric Light and Gas Companies, Cotton Seed. Oil Manufacturers, Hotels, Public Schools, Steam Boats, Yachts, Flouring Mills, Etc., Etc. . The hours of day and night are shown by the vertical lines on the daily " Chart." See Specimens below. For Pamphlets, Prices, Sac., send to M. B. EDSON, Pres., 91 Liberty St., New York. ld 'lapxo pudp i :- W 4, gf K gn -Ei Q' . ia ' or 'B g "I I Gall? Il l ! H113 a D 7 l Gfnvu' 19 01 0 rn 1 f- O I UBRMIB ,SL : U u n A Ig . E WE 52 E U! Ball' gp 3 I -0541 Q A 9 4 U, . I ' ' 1 'H -1 '- bf punod -1. u fuonvl- I t"' 7 v-4 'G 'Ilorrg I .IL e u sau 501 -, . O E . 1 S1 I ' ':1 UZ .. - ,V m 2 ,S 5 I oo-- D iii 5 N , . I Oi OT' 1 r . 2. Q. N' ' 'Fa 1. E2 Q I . fl Q- I I 5 ' Q I? I -5 G+- ,P -gm Qs- .. . 1 g ' I Q , ef P I J.. ' 'Z 4 'E U re .' ee - O- I :- .- 0- f -- ' "" 1 5 YH - , I - bi iN H- 3 1. - N. I, p uh- S I "" vg- D fx: I Q-I - . - lo- - "' Q I I-'E ga - ' . s I G o . 3- A -G I U1 U- D I, 3: E X 1 :L Q -...Q TQ?" 1 fm - :5 H 'I ' 5 5 Bi eq 5 N... . "' if i f li . P I I Di 4 S I -E """ ' I - c--- Q-I Ni ...fm i - Z Qii I, Q E E gg- I 0 sd 4 Q-- ,-I Q11 U, , Ei? q E Qu- co-- :I fb- 3 3 is 'D - - 5' -1- 'rl -I-' 4 " 1 I 3 I5 is C5 - v fn s Q e " F -2 E JE E I z Cl -U Q . -1 CQ- ca- -- fi' 7 on bi . -b-D O. Q 3 Ol. ': E Ein 5 E . 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WCFC adopted and used 'ro BE PLACED IN ENGINE Room. at the "Centennial Exhibition " as ' Standards for Expert Testing of steam 'I -i f-in ' boilers, steam gauges, etc. They are .12 . l guaranteed for accuracy and dura- g ' ' y 4 bility- ' l ri .' They are adapted for air, oil, steam, or water pressure. One year's supply of daily "Charts" printed and ruled to special scale of each instrument, also shelf and brackets sent free of extra charge, with the Gauges. ' I fi A 4, an ,... Q 59-U . if 2 S ' 1 11 nm. M 2 X Mui! A a T' lllllllllll T' ' ' iillllrllllliilli tritium, HR ' I I REGORDINGPQAQQE 8. ALAR . ..,, ..,c Nlllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllll lll!!lllIllllllllIlIH4l lH'l lllpll' IN E U Mllllqlllllllll r V4.5 l l' X - - . 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'- "" fu- , wil' 'lv "'-f' 2-:HG f-'-f,fr:.:::.:.- ,-.-1 f" H'ff41" Lvifffffffiz?'--il24'f.f'6'?'I-frififili' 5-Q25-li-:2'1':r,f?Pf"? M62-1:-S2-iiii.. faai-' ge4:.?3?3:gff1g1gfi ,fm-,- T '-L"7?'?5E7l? J 72!7l1f'lZQ7 :'Fi'g5:9" , 7 train-?1::g'a'," A-T,:,, ,1 If zg.1:':4 .,,5,x' ' gf 11: - ' 41 2, -:-: -.1-t': f ,'Ir'f5fgig?",?1li:::51ig'i,f3'151 ---LA L . .. , .,,, - 49-1-fr EDITORIAL. ONTRARY to the predictions of many, we take pleasure in presenting to you the second issue of the BOLT. In its enlargement, and, we hope, decided improvement over last year's hasty production, we think we have clearly established the- fact that the BoLT is no longer an experiment, but a permanently established publication. We announce that we have come to stay. Among other changes, it was thought best by the Editorial Board to have two editorslfrom each fraternity, instead of one as formerly. The other lfgraternitiesfevincing no desire to accept the privilege of representation afccorded them in our las-t issue, we placed at their disposal space for their Chapter lists and any other matter they desired to furnish, but our offer, meeting with the same discourteous silence as heretofore, we have been compelled to omit, rather than run the risk of misrepresenting them. In the eafly part of last December, the Mu Chapter of Chi Phi Fraternity sprang into existence at Stevens. In adherence to the principles which gave rise to the BOLT, we cordiallyinvited them to unite with us in its publica- tion, but they, preferring to maintain a neutral position this year at least, did not accept, but furnished material for the two pages offered to all the fraternities. We earnestly hope to see them represented on our editorial staff next year. ' 1 Amid the hurry and flurry of college life we have again been painfully reminded that all of us are mortalf Death has once more appeared in our midst, and cut down two of our most promising young alumni. With the opening of the Institute in September came the sad intelligence that our genial friend MAX HARING had departed this life. Mr. HARING was a member of the class of '83, graduating last june, and one of the special artists and .warmest supporters of the BoLT. For only two short months did he follow his profession before passing away. Again the sombre Reaper came, and his untiring arm struck down among us WILMER G. CARTWRIGHT, M.E.,-'82, on the twenty-third of February last. The deceased fhad been, ever since his graduation. the assistant of Prof. THURSTON in the Mechani- cal Laboratory, and well did he fill his position. Of our one hundred and thirty-one alumni, seven have given up this earthly struggle. , The past year has been a most successfulone for Stevens. Never have the gods been more propitious totheir chosen one. The number of students has, as in former years, steadily increased, our number now being forty more than last year. In every department is improvement visible. In the appear- ance of Prof. THURsToN's new books the classes have found a welcome 8' THE BOLT. To all the professors for the sympathy they have shown us when we have been overworked and in our distress have petitioned them. . To Professor and Mrs. THURsToN for the interest they have taken in the welfare of the upper classes, and their pleasant entertainments, which will ever be remembered. . To Professor and Mrs. LEEDS for their successful efforts in promoting the social enjoyment of the students, and for the very kind interest they have evinced in the success of this BOLT. And especially are the editors indebted to Mrs. LEEDS, whose endeavors have contributed so much toward their success. Lastly, -to the editors' of the BOLT-had they not better be thanked now than never-for the imposing monument they have sought to erect over their yawning graves, and for their herculean efforts to give offence to nobody. Trusting that our BOLT may be a source of as much pleasure to you as its production has been to us, for the year 1884 We bid you adieu. ' -:-S4 g ' ' N--A ig,fE::,,.3gl:5:g-ghg uno V-rr.-V-, . -: , -,.,g-s: ni .4 ma' ra 'I . . 1, 9 ff, rm'- .' E1 ,.,,.. 1 . ""fE7':7-'-' -712 ?'i'g12'g?Si5:5'f. ,-4-,'wd.',.,.1.:-.'.I"'4s...,.,- . 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' Q. , 1. . A .. , 5' ff . . ff 555 M' O 9 Q V gn 'f . Wife". X A f L l 4 4 . Q 9 5 , , . - :- 7. f - ' Q 9 0 ' 9 5 ' Q 2 an . 'Q e Q ,- - , ,z. ' f 5 , 9 .,,., ,, - "" 'Q . . 1 9 9 6 I 25 QQ 0 ae 1 Q I1 ffvf V 17 . 'K ffm! miie ,O THE BOL T. ,U BETA Ti-TETA Pi. ,-,,..--- ,.., ,,4..,, TA P1 was founded july 4, 1839, at Miami University. It was destined to be- national, and immediately began to h ' ded b the establish chapters throughout the West and South. Thoug impe y Civil War, it continued prosperous until I879,WhC1'1,by the absorption of the Alpha Sigma Chi, BE and has since been increasing in size and influence, now numbering HE fraternity of BETA THE TA THETA P1 gained an important hold in the East, forty-nve active and fourteen alumni chapters. The government of the fraternity is principally in the hands of alumni officers, constituting a Board of Directors, regularly incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio, and responsible to the annual national conven- tions.. The fraternity publications are, princip y, now in its 'eleventh year and the pioneer among college fraternity journals, all the Bam Tlzeicz Pi, a monthly the catalogues, of which the 1881 edition is a handsome volume of 4oo pages, illustrated by numerous steel engravings, and the Song Books, the last, just issued, containing all the songs and music of the fraternity. BETA THETA Pr is noted for the loyalty of its alumni. Among its promi- nent members are: judges Harlan, Wood and Matthews, of the United States Supreme Court, Schuyler Colfax, ex-Vice-President of the United States, United States Senators Latham and Booth, of California, Harlan and McDill, of Iowa, McDonald, Voorhees and Morton, of Indiana. Among Congressmen, Springer, of Illinois, Newberry, of Michigan, De Motte, of Indiana, Gratz Brown, of Missouri, john Coburn, of Indiana, Humphrey Marshall, of Kentucky, etc. Albert G. Porter and T. T. Crit- tenden, Governors of Indiana and Missouri ', ex-Governors Hardin, of Mis- souri, Matthews, of West Virginia, Harvey, of Wisconsin, Nance, of Ne- braska, Bennett, of Idaho, Latham, of California, Oliver P. Morton, of Indiana, and I-Ioadley, of Ohio. We would note among those eminent in educational and scientific circles: Dr. C. N. Sims, Chancellor of Syracuse University, Ormond Beatty, President of Centre College, A. D. Hepburn, President of Miami University, john Bascom, President of the University of Wisconsin, and W. T. Reid, President of the University of California, Professors Young, of Princeton , Kirkwood, of Wooster, Watson, of Michi- gan, Newberry and Price, of Columbia, Venable, of Virginia, Wood, of Stevens, Burgess, of Columbia, Safford, of Vanderbilt, etc. The Forty-fifth Annual Convention will be held at Cleveland, Ohio, August 28, 29 and 30, 1884. 'Miimi CEHH to l by the ltl0I1 of ill the llllefing alumni lder the conven- nonthly Jurnalsg 1 pages, lst, just l promi- United United Harlan ndiana. ng De diana 9 T, Cnt- nf Mis-'A ofN9'w 7 W will in - Nfll . 'use' 'iii IHC. Q! pbllfnf' ne1fStfl' I84I 1842 1345 1842 1850 1843 1853 1853 1847 1845 1854 1881 1873 1850 1845 1875 1875 1845 1876 1880 1860 1861 1879 1881 1866 1867 1868 1868 1869 1870 1872 1872 1873 1874 1878 1379 1379 1873 1874 1875 1879 ISSO 1841 I883 1884 Beta .... Gamma. Delta. . . Epsilon. Zeta .... Eta ..... Theta. . . Iota .... Kappa. . Lambda. Mu ..... I N11 Xi .... . Omicron.. . . . . . Pi Rnfif f f f Sigma .... .. . Tau .... Upsilon. Phi ..... Chi ..... Psi ..... Omega. . A pna 1 Q13 Ap. AQpQ1a A.. -pina .. na Ap' Alpha. . AQpna Eta .... Beta ...... .... Gamma ..... .... Delta ..... . . . Epsilon ..... . . . suse AQpQ1a Kappa' .... AQpna Lambda .... AQpna A ' 'l -p..1a Pi ..,. . Arpna Sigma. . A-pha Chi .... Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Alpha .... Beta .... Gamma. . Delta .... Zeta .... Eta ..... Kappa. . . Iota ..... Lambda. Nu ....... .... THE BOLT. ETA THETA P1. Western Reserve University Washington and Jefferson College De Pauw University. Centre College. Hampden Sidney College. Harvard University. Ohio Wesleyan University. Hanover College. Brown University. University of Michigan. Cumberland University. Union C,ollege. Randolph-Macon College. University of Virginia. Indiana University. ' Northwestern University. Stevens Institute of Technology Wabash College. Boston University. University of Pennsylvania Beloit College. Bethany College. University of California. Columbia College. Iowa State University. Wittenberg College. Westminster College. Iowa Wesleyan University. Denison University. Richmond College. University of Wooster. University of Kansas. University of Wisconsin. . . .... Dickinson College. . .... johns Hopkins University. Kenyon College. . .... University of Mississippi. . . .... Rutgers College. . .... Cornell University. . . . .St. Lawrence University. Maine State College. Madison University. Theta .... .... . .... Ohio University. . .... Amherst College. . . . .... Vanderbilt University. x x - WQQFQXNW ws: -,-www. L3 -N , 'N W - A 5iQ'TiQ.QQ: 39 QNX wwqiww N xx ,gi'E:fj':m,,' XXX NN X N ffxx A QG2QQsiTSfQi:?? 'f 14, N xx X Q XWNXTS WN X N WV Q 1 .x XXX X X ms . . ww xxx XX X X bm X ,x X x XX xx X N N N N X Nj XX N xx N X XX R X X X X if N X X V x x Q 1 .. . X . X'ms3if" fy" N N- X WAX XX A f 'M W1 1, N N k K KW 'N " ,ff S XNSWJ N 5 Q0 X f X X I SX N x Y' I x -Q-A- ' . ,X XX t -f- vw' Al-N NX W Q 3 Q 5 .A , FN XNX. f --wr X -xx ',,.:,t-sgxiisxjg, K "' -u 3 Ax xx xx-X 1 ' v 4 Z71 v A-U, 4, .1 J 'z M , , . , . 1, r, 'a W y q J 1 .. 11-L --11 f I4 - THE BQLT. ALPHA TAU GMEGA. HE fraternity of ALPHA TAU OMEGA was founded in Richmond, Va., Sep- tember 11'th, 1865, by Messrs. OTIs A. GLAZEBROOK, ALFRED MAR- SHALL, and ERSKINE M. Ross. The latter was then a recent graduate of the Virginia Military Institute, and the two former were members of the gradu- ating class. The fraternity was projected as a national organization, but was compelled by circumstances to confine itself to the South until 1881, when it began the establishment of chapters in many strong Northern and Western colleges. It is governed by its biennial congress, in which all power is vested while in session, and in the meantime by the High Council. The active chapters are in good condition, and State Alumni Associations have been formed in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina. Its most important publication is the Ayha Taa Omega Palm, a quarterly magazine established in 1880. The fraternity also publishes a register of its members, among whom are noted the following : Rev. Gtis A. Glazebrook, Chaplain of the University of Virginia, Rt. Rev. C. T. Qui-ntard, D.D., S.'l'.D., Bishop of Tennessee, Rev. Isaac S. Hop- kins, A.M., M.D., D.D., Ph.D., Vice-President of and Professor in Emory College, Prof. N. Wiley Thomas, of Pennsylvania, Prof. E. J. Shires, of Wit- tenberg College, Prof. H. H. Dinwiddie, of Texas, Rev. T. T. Eaton, D.D., of Kentucky, Hon Erskine M. Ross, of the California Supreme Court, Col. I. G. james, late of Texas State College, Hon. john Paul, of Virginia, Hon. john W. Childress, of Tennessee, judge P. F. Smith, of Georgia, Hon. C. R. Breckenridge, of Arkansas, Hon. I. W. Marshall, of Virginia, and joseph R. Anderson, jr., of the Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, Va. The next General Convention will be held in Philadelphia, December 27th, 1884. l I ,TQ -. Q ll o,!: . 551 'FIT - if DREKA. I3 THE BOLT. Clfll PSI. HI PSI was founded at Union in I84iI, and gradually extended to the best colleges. Its policy has always been to have a limited number of chapters, and those only in the foremost colleges, which plan it has 'fully carried out. It has no honorary members or Alumni chapters, instead, its Alumni gather in associations, each one taking in a large area of country. Its publications are the catalogue, issued every ten years, and the Purple and Golai a quarterly devoted to fraternity matters. Its Alumni are very loyal, as is shown by the large number of chapter houses erected, wholly through their hearty cooperation. The active part of its government is in thefiands of the undergraduates, but nothing is valid without the consent of the Alumni. 'U' , -.Qin " lp -is f - i ig X5 . .- 'N .rf-Q.'-:gi E 2 -f 5 H .iff ,' :- Z 1 rf5 ' IL-as-e,g155' 532 E3 -4 .- P ,A -- ,-:- 1 " .Vw-.5 Ti3f-i-Z i -gg. -, - gig? , V 5-if if-1,5g .i L2-:iZiE.gi if gf- g gi -j -iii Q 2 5 - . f.LEE- -' LJ F - iii? A 9 57 A-if 1? xc, .- ..- ..v:--ff,-Q.--fr THE BOLT. C 1 P S I 1841.813 +?l884.. CLASS OFF 1884. FRANK VAN VLECIC3, BENJAMIN W. TUCKER, C.. W. THOMAS. . OLASS QF 1335. ANSON W. BURCHARD, LEON GREENBAUM, NORTH MCLEAN, WILLIAM N. STEVENS, SIMEON MARTINEZ, BARTON H. COFFEY. CLASS OF 1886. JOHN MCCULLOCH. . CLASS OF 1337. ALFRED H. SCHLESINGER, 5' 3' 'k X 'K GEORGE D. WILLITS. -1 ...AM -40... .um 'i...1.....Aa... .,z.:..l1.141a..Q:.nE. 2 1 2 i I . a 18553 1373 1866 1857 1863 1864 1858 1867 1859 1359 1872 1866 1872 1867 1871 1859 1869 1882 1883 1883 1882 1882 1882 1883 1883 1882 1374 1374 188o 1884 1884 1876 T882 1377 1881 1872 1884 THE BOLT. 2 SIGMA CHI. A ALPHA. .... .... . BETA .... .. ZETA .... .... ETA.. THETA. KAPPA. nun -.nu LAMBDA. MU .... XI ..... OMICRO PI ..... ...n un-o N... RHO.... TAU .... PHI... CHI.... PsI ..... Q.-..- .uno a--.1 .fn Ohio Wesleyan University . . . Wooster University ........... Washington 81 Lee University University of Mississippi. ..... . Pennsylvania College... 1 . . . . . . University of Lewisburg ..... Indiana State University ..... . . Denison University ...... . De Pauw University. . . . . . Dickinson College .... . . . Howard College .... . . . Butler University ..... . . . Roanoke College ,. . . . . . Lafayette College .... . . . . Hanover College ..... .. . . . University of Virginia.. . . . . . Delaware, Ohio. Wooster, Ohio. Lexington, Va. Oxford, Miss. Gettysburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Bloomington, Ind Granville, Ohio.. Greencastle, Ind. Carlisle, Pa. Marion, Ala. Irvington, Ind. Salem, Va. Easton, Pa. Hanover, Ind. Virginia. Evanston, Ill. Columbus, Ohio. Hoboken, N. J. Lincoln, Neb. Beloit, Wis. . Iowa City, Iowa. Boston, Mass. Bloomington, Ill. Hillsdale, Mich. New Orleans, La. Ashland, Va. Lafayette, Ind. Crawfordsville, Ind Madison, Wis. Lexington, Va. Danville, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio. Ann Arbor, Mich. Champaigne, Ill. Virginia. Philadelphia, Pa. OMEGA .......... Northwestern University ....... ALPHA GAMMA. . .Ohio State University .... . . . . . ALPHA DELTA. Stevens Inst. of Technology.. .. ALPHA EPsILoN Nebraska State University ..... ALPHA ZETA... Beloit College ............ .... ALPHA ETA., . . Iowa State University ...... . . . ALPHA THETA. Mass. Institute of Technology. . ALPHA IoTA. . . Illinois Wesleyan University. . . ALPHA KAPPA. Hillsdale College. . .l ...... . . . CHI PSI .... . . . Louisiana State University. . . . . GAMMA GAMMA Randolph Makin College ...... DELTA DELTA. Purdue University ............ DELTA CHI .... Wabash College. ............. ALPHA LAMBDA Wisconsin State University.. . ALPHA MU ...... Virginia Military Institute ..... ZETA ZETA .... . Centre College. ...... ....... . ZETA PSI. ..... . .University of Cincinnati ..... . . THETA THETA. . .University of Michigan ..... . . . KAPPA KAPPA-. Illinois State University ....... SIGMA SIGMA.. Hampd'en1Si'dney College... . . . PHI PHI. .. .... . .University of Pennsylvania. . . . Eta Alumni. . .- ............. Lafayette, Ind. Theta Alumni .... . . .Cincinnati, Ohio. Iota Alumni .. .. Indiana olis Ind. . .. . p , Omega Alumni ............. Chicago, Ill. The next Convention of this fraternity convenes at Cincinnati, Ohio, on the last Tuesday of August, 1884. E 7 Died in March, 1884. 4. mv- , S Qsjuiui g Qi? '. , 1 321 , J, ,yr AS,"' :- 224 -1 , Q7 fl ...W -4 H fx A VV 5 Gi' Q gn 3 E' -1 ,Qf5E27, n 3:'- f EJ x ,-X .Zf1Pfi'a. A .f O X fHE.BOLT THE CHAPTER OFTHE ' 141 -1- P141 PRATERNITY. HSWHBHISHED 1885, W 6 W I W W W W W W W W l .WW W W fW WW W W W W W. W W W W WWW WW W - W ,W WWW W ' WWW WW W W WW, WWW' WWW 1 WWWW T WWW W WW WW WWW - ' W WWWWWWW W WWWW W WWWW WWIWWWI W, WWWW WWW, ,WWW W. WW ,WW ,WWW ,WW W IWW .W WWW W W W, WWW, WW WW ,:jW W W W WWWIW WW W , W -WWW WWWWW' ,WWW W WWW WWWWW WWWW W W W W , WW W' W'WWWW W WWW I WWWW W 4 WWWW' W W WW W W W W W W WWW W W WWWWW W WW '.lWW WW,WW W WW W W W WWWW W ,W 5W', W ZWWWW 'W ,W W W ':'W' -WW WfWWW,W ,WWW ,, ,WWW ' W WWWWWW " 'W-WWW WWW W WWW :WW WWW WW W W3 WW W 'W WW W W sWWWW , W, WWW W WW W ,WW WW, W WW if W W WW W W W D W W W J. W W W W W W W THE BOLT' GTHER FRATERNITIES Stevens IIIStItute OI TQCIIIIOIOQ DELTA TAU DELTA-RHO CHAPTER. JOHN A. BENSEL, '84. S. PRESCOTT BUSH, '84. ERNEST H. FOSTER, '84. WILLIAM L. LYALL, '84. CHARLES F. PARKER, '84. KENNETH TORRANCE, '84. CHAS. W. WHITINC, '84. ARTHUR G. GLASGOW, '85. CHARLES E. MACHOLD, '85 RICHARD H. RICE, '85. WILLIAM S. CHESTER, '86. EDWARD P. MOWTON, '86. L. W. SERRELL, '86. WILLIAM .W. THOMAS, '86. THETA XI-GAMMA CHAPTER. CHARLES L. GATEIJY, '84. A. S. MORRIS, '84. HENRY R. REA, '84. ALEXANDER WURTZ, '84. WILLIAM A. ADRIANCE, '85. J. H. STEWART, '85. C. LUDLOW WETMORE, '85. EMILE M. COTIART, '86. JAMES S. MERRIT1', '86. -I. A. P. CRISFIELD, '87. ' PHI KAPPA PSI. LAFAYETTE D. CARROLL, Va. E, '84. WILLIAM RANDOLPH, Va. A CHARLES W. HENSON, III. B, '87, - PSI UPSILDN. CLAYTON A. PRATT, Q, '85. DELTA KAPPA EPSILON. E. T. BIRDSALL, ZVQ '86. DETA PSI. HE'NRY DE B. PARSONS, A, '84. KAPPA ALPHA QSOUTHERNQ. . D. H. MAURY, B, '84. KAPPA SIGMA KAPPA. WILLIAM H. WADE, I, '85. 32 THE BOLT. it. ALBERT R. LEEDS, A.M., 1865, Harvard. I Ph.D., 1878, College of New Jersey. 7 Professor of Ckemisiry arm' Ilfefallmgy. CHARLES W. MACCORD, A.M., 1857, College of New jersey, Sc.D., 1882, College of New Jersey. Professor of Jlleehemzkal D7'd7UZ.7ZLQ'. CHARLES F. KROEH, A.M., Philadelphia Central High School. Professor of Zlfoderfz Languages. JAMES E. DENTON, M.E., 1875, Stevens Institute. Professor' of Ex,oerz'mem'czZ llleekemies and Shop-worle. CLARENCE A. CARR, Assist. Eng'r, U.S.N., 1879, QU. S. N. Academy ' Professor of .flfarifze E1zgz'11eerz'ng emo' fnsiruefor in Mo!keffzo!z'es. . WM. E. GEYER, A.M., 1872, New York City College. Ph.D., 1877, Stevens Institute. Professor of Ajbpliezz' .Eleez'rz'ez'zj'. ADAM RIESENBERGER, NLE., 1876, Stevens Institute. Lz'brczrz'ez7z emo' f7Z5Z'7'Il6'f07' z'1z Jlleehanzeai D7'6l7UZ.7Zg, EDGAR EVERHART, A.B., 1873, A.M., 1876, Racine College. t ' .Ph.D., 1878, University of Freiburg, Germany. fnsiruefor in Cbemzsfry. ' THOMAS B. STILLMAN, B.Sc., 1873, M.Sc., Rutgers College. . ' Ph.D., 1883, Stevens Institute. fnsfruefor in Ckemz'sz'7jf. .-.UE-Ia Aw-Y',....!,a1.i!...., . THE BOLT. f 5 milf? SRX Ni a RP X if QA lllln Lmfu 4 smug w ,f I 7 gf! fl! ' f :-.--435-"4 5 . 1 -are 1 5 - -.. f' ' s 1 X 1 'Ja h M. , - Nas: .liiwsn 'f ' X I T , - 'X , Nj A Vw fy , .. , , f 'V 2, g Ji: . .1 P' 6 1,5 I .' '.'f1.L5- 'J ' l C ir' I f .1 .Q . ,f ,Z A f : jf O My K -l ,, -Y T Ji! A -'L 6 S . X Q. ff' 2 "' N-5. ,-'Q' - f E Wir. K., , .1 . Lids' kj V -1-. . 'Ts-"" M , , .. .. A A, gqgzggfl LS.. -fer , Q ' Efreyg- ...mmf 1 P'-.3 ,gg-,5::31i25. .X,,5.:'1L1 L .lf I.. . - ' , ,Arai :1,.1'.L' .1L':.5'." E' .. - 5:1:fPfl::HLf?i5'W2-xiii!!f --1qm41pA.a4,,s:-1.- ,1 : 23.1541--'ff'-Vl72'.' .fif'C'g'M1' ""1+"t" ' .-M-.. , --an ,.,:,,f , E. B. RENWICK, President. K. TORRANCE, Vice-President. C. L. GATELY, Recording Secretary. 33 W. O. BARNES, Corresponding Secretary. JAMES S. ALDEN, WM. S. ALDRICH, WM. O. BARNES, BGJH, JAMES BEATTV, jr., BQH, JOHN A. BENSEL, ATA, Ci OJ-BOSSE, E. W. BOWNE, ALLEN W. BRAINARD, WM. H. BRISTOL, SAMUEL P. BUSH, ATA, LAFAYETTE D. CARROLL, WDALTER CARROL, ZX, GK rf, HORIE. Passaic, N. J. Burlington, N. I. Paterson, N. J. Baltimore, Md. New York City. San Francisco, Cal. Elizabeth, N. J. Brooklyn,.N. Y. Waterbury, Conn. Hoboken, N. J. Ashland, Va. New Orleans, La. HOEOKEN ADDRESS. 1 Q4 Hudson Street. 118 River Terrace. Left College, 1881. Left College, 1881. 194 Hudson Street 427 Garden Street 121 Hudson Street 121 Hudson Street 34 THE BOLT. DE WITT CRANE, EDWARD L. DENT, XSD, WM. S. DILWORTH, BQH, CORNELL DUNLAP, BQH, ADOLPH FABER DU FAUR, RICHARD LEE FEARN, .BC9H, ERNEST H. AFOSTER, ATA, FRANK W. FOSTER, HENRY L. GANTT, A.B., BQII, CHAS. L. GATELY, QE, H. L. HAIMAN, ATU, MELLEN S. HARLOW, ATU, " E. S. HENRY, 95, PETER COOPER HEWITT, R. C. HOWES, J. W. I'IUN'I'ING'l'ON, AAGZ5, DAVID S. JACOBUS, . H. F. KEAN, AW, ALVIN P. KLETZSCH, C A WM. S. LYALL, ATA, WM. M. MCFARIJANE, VICTOR D. MACKIEWICZ, DABNEY H. MAURY, KA, HENRY J. MILLER, J. C. MINTON, BQII, HARVEY F. MITCLIELL, BDU, ANTHONY S. MORRIS, QE, CHAS. F. PARKER, ATA, HARRY DE B. PARSONS, B.S., A HF, WM. H. PIERCE, JR., EX, HENRY S. PRENTISS, A.B., HENRY' R. REA, QE, HARVEY L. REESE, EDWARD B. RENWICK, JOSE M. RIVERA, BQII, 4 GEORGE ROBER1'S, XSD, I. M. RUSISY, ATIQ, GEORGE F. SANDT, A.B., BQU, GEORGE M. SINCLAIR, A.B., HERBERT F. SOVEREL, ERNEST H. STEPHENS, HOME. Elizabeth, N. J. Washington, D. C. Hoboken, N. J. Jersey City, N. I Newark, N. J. Mobile, Ala. Englewood, N. I. Brooklyn, N. Y. Baltimore, Md. Newtown, Conn. Atlanta, Ga. Auburn, Me. 1 - Orange, N. New York City. Orange, N. I. Hartford, Conn. Ridgefield, N. J. Elizabeth, N. gl. Milwaukee, Wis. New York City. Fairview, N. J. New York City. Richmond, Va. Elizabeth, N. J. Chatham, N. J. Brooklyn, N. Y. Philadelphia, Pa. New York City. New York City. Baltimore, Md. New York City. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Milburn, N. J. U. S. Columbia, Richmond, Va. Franklin, N. J. Easton, Pay Philadelphia, Pa. Orange, N. J. Louisville, Ky. HOBOKEN ADDRESS. Left College, I882. I2 Eighth Street. Now in '85. Left College, 1882. 1 18 River Terrace. 194 Hudson Street 427 Garden Street. Left College, 1881. NOW in '85. Left College, 1881. Left College, 1881. Left College, I882. Left College, 1883. Left College, 1882. 3oo Washington St Died, 1882. 392 Bloomfield St. 121 Hudson Street. Left College, 1882. 141 Hudson Street. I2 Eighth Street. 286 Bloomfield St. I2 Eighth Street. Left College, 1883. Left College, ,1882.- II9 Hudson Streeti Now in '85. 127 Hudson Street. IQO Hudson Street. Left College, 1881. Left College, 1 883. 36 THE zaoryi History of the Class of 84. " Gone glimmering through the dream of things that were." 'Af-tl HIS is "positively the last appearance of '84,'l as the clown or the bill-boards would proclaim, and the pages of this till' It W? . . . . l annual will never agarn be graced or disgraced by the records of our deeds. The four years" of our college existence nears its crack of doom, and now are we to give the final account of our actions. Peering back into these years, which now seem as months, we discover that little has been performed which can lay claim to immortal glory. The greatest achievement is that we have gone through the course. Of this only are we proud, and shake hands with ourselves in congratulation at our success. But many have fallen during the contest, some from sickness, and others pierced by the fatal bullets of U c-o-n-d-s," but these breaches in our ranks were soon repaired by reinforcements from other classes and colleges. Since the class first appeared in the Institute halls sixty-nine men have formed its roll. Of this 'number but forty-two remain to' uphold the banner of '84, Among the lost, death chose two for its shining mark-HENRY STEHR and WILLIAM MACFARLANE-bOfh in 1882. Then followed the loss of 'our Chinese Prince, our'Peter Cooper, and the others who were destined to make their names imperishable. The year just past has not been one specially eventful, except that all the Professors at one and the same time came to the absurd conclusion that we had accomplished nothing in their respective departments, and therewith each began to place his special burden upon us. ' We endured it for a time, but our constitutions, proving shattered by an excess of overwork, began to give way, and we were obliged to implore a relief somewhere. This petition, beyond our most fabulous hope or expectation, was granted, with a mag-I nanimity only surpassed by their desire to keep us occupied. 8 A Our career 'in the Department of Engineering has been most phenomenaln -the Professor doesn'tsay so, but what matters it? We have the conscious-A ness 'of work, and astonishing work, well performed. Turbines have been designed that are so far ahead of the modern constructions that it is feared that the world will never become advanced enough to use them, and boilers have been planned that would need only the intense heat of a lucifer match to produce a fulminating explosion of maximum efficiency. THE BOL T. 37 In the Department of Drawing we have also shown great ability. Beside the fact that we work with such marvellous rapidity, producing as much as one diagram or other drawing per term, weihave made ourselves noted for postponing the examination in kinematics for five terms-+until nnallyfit was put off altogether. This is not here cited as hint for the class' below. Beside the anxiety which we.have had in supposing that this examination was to come up at the end of the term, we are not yetperfeffgf sure all is just right. V - The inspection tours of the Class--to Bethlehem, Pa., and to Philadelphia, Chester and Wilmington, have proved highly enjoyable and very profitable. For once the large number in our class was an advantage, as by its means it secured us on both trips the exclusive use of a special car. And we here would take the occasion to express our sincere thanks to both the Lehigh Valley and Pennsylvania Railroads for their kindness in providing us with special cars and with free passes, going and returning. Gur Class Glee Club, which has so successfully whiled away the dreary minutes while waiting for the dreaded appearance of the Professor, deserves unstinted praise for their endeavors to ameliorate, the condition of many who often had a sickening dread of the near future at these times before recitations. Their music also lent great pleasure to the Bethlehem trip, and at the hotel there we have reason to believe that their songs were as heartily appreciated by some fair ones not in the immediate circle of the class. U But a short month and we shall bid good-bye to Stevens' halls, the many happy and profitable hours here spent will be no more, and we shall go forth into the world to put into practice some of the experience and skill that has been derived by hard work. 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"xx S Iliff 1 233 .gm N it A W S1 . N . 1 l 7' f ll i ,' W r " V -V tea . - .1 . . .1" . 1 . .ff A ff 7,1625 CLASS LIST OF IS5. HENRY G. ABBEY, BOII, WM. A. ADRIANCE, OE, OSCAR H. BALDWIN, BOII, CHARLES D. BOYNTON, ATO, VVALTER I. BROADMEADOW, EDWIN BURHORN, ANSON W. BURCHARD, XH7, WM. T. CLERK, BARTON H. COFFEY, XT, WM. S. CORWIN, WM. S. DILWORTH, BOH, ERNEST DREYSPRING, FREDERICK F. FISCHER, JOSEPH R. FURMAN, PAUL WILLIS, President. O. H. BALDWIN, Vice-President. B. H. COFFEY, Secretary. A. W. BURCHARD, Treasurer. IIOME. Cleveland, Ohio. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Newark, N. I. Sycamore, Ill. East Orange, N. -I. Hoboken, N. Hoosao Falls, N. Y. jersey City, N. J. New York City. Newark, N. I. Hoboken, N. J. Montgomery, Ala. Pittsburgh, Pa. New York City. IIOBOKEN ADDRESS. 127 Hudson Street I2 Eighth Street. 297 Bloornlield St. 310 Washington St 1 25 Hudson Street. 254 Bloomfield St. 302 Washington St. 212 Hudson Street 142 Hudson Street 40 THE B 0 L 71 , ,,,,,, ,NWA ,M min, ,t,, . .. , . . . - V. . ------ -tv tnismry or nie cuss or 335. .... " The Glories of the Possible are Ours." ISTOIXIANS are only expected to record important occur- ' N 2 rences which have taken place from time to time. lo peer .4 into the future and speculate on coming events is not their :if 5 ' privilege. So far, the history of '85 has been rather an unin- , f Q, 1. ,teresting one, excepting an occasional incident which has occurred to relieve the monotony. But if this history could be postponed for two or three years, the reader may be assured that the perusal' of it by anyone would not only be interesting but instructive. A First of all, let it be known that '85 is composed of forty-one well-balanced minds, notwithstanding the fact that in many cases stable equilibrium has been produced by numerous ff crib-papers,' double-acting panoramas, etc. The average height of the class is nve feet six inches g the average weight one hundred and forty-five pounds, avoirdupois, although such precious material should be calculated in Troy weight. The average size hat worn is number 7, average size just before examinations, number 8, just after, number 6. Number who wear glasses, eleven, number who me glasses, forty-one. Number who smoke, twenty, number who would if it didn't make them sick, twenty-one. Number who wear moustaches, two, number who think they do, fifteen. It has been impossible to obtain the accurate chest measurements g and while the historian is unwilling to doubt the veracity of any, he accounts for the unusual hguresigiven him by concluding that each member considers himself a John Sullivan or a Paddy Ryan. Being Juniors, the class could not, of course, lower its dignity by taking an active part in a cane rush, but was perfectly willing to make all prepara-' tions for one between the two lower classes, and had even ordered a cane to be made at its own expense, and as a sort of preliminary operation instigated a small rush one day in the halls while the classes were passing each other, ..,, ,gm 4 l l ' s 42 THE BOLT. announcement and suppose that any pictures of the junior Class can be ob- tained at such rates-'85 is composed of far too fine a looking set of men to so lower themselvesg but eve l refuse to mention the delicate subjectg but all who and they unanimous y Wish to satisfy themselves need only attend the Commencement, in june 3 1885. n their good looks do not exceed their modesty, Li 1. 9 A f' L 4. l l I" A . - ' - 1 JM " -.-4, 1 '. - -.. -... -M . ,.,, . fm fab, ,,, I, higgf, Q, . - -in , A '2L.1. n..1'gS SQQQTPW 1 W .. , .r f - -- A 1I!..f.i ' 'v 2' ' ' ' fb! - 44:-r -. ,Z,qz!bi5Z62??'!pgef?g r , - - 'iifgdffii :gee "Qi 'P-. 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Hilti? : T-fl' 'gal ' - S" ?Q -f - 7"5-lf' 1 rug,--' . f -:gg -5..a:,'.Z,J 311,731-:45:3f' iff L -- !1- - " ' .ffivil ' 5 fzzgg ,22":5j,L'g , . -4-Q-. :-'A-11111:-f ,- """'-' -.:,:' 3 7 5 .ykiiigg-f. 65-, .':- 'Hug' SX - "W-"H '-:"'.-"",ih E 'il' - .. -' '..C'2L5'! .4 '31-TTI rg ': ' ,- - -:-' - .. .. . . ' 1?-1--T L-T ..Ti f2i',11QFffIL-F3 iff' W. W",-f 33:23 3" , ., . . - , - - ...N . :, -- --L-f -- P- - s-as L .1 ,,-1:L,.',',.j.. H I -'-i ' --' A -' 55? i---n-,-33-i T ' pf 191. - , 'f , - . - L-ig ' ,:Q'.'.:-,ff 7-:N 1, 'iwfjif'-.Hifi 'Q ji- ' ' . .A-- ---l'i , Q,i5',."' "1" .. feiiziffif J' AM -I f1'?'-53' -- " ' '11 -v-f"'i.fQ:F-'f 1. HEEQ67 7lf3i525W:1f'Wi:77V' 4-.91-45.59 -.::e5E- - - H- - - Wm ...L rqqlirggzyiff. . -,,-Q...Ng,m,Q..4?:'2v. ' , - A--' ma- , ,, ., , . . , l I l l i i L, 4: JOHN MANAHAN, Glen Cove, Md. 44 THE BOLT. CORNELIUS J. FIELD, BQH, JOHN GIBSON, JOHN M. GIBSON, JOHN MCK. HEISKELL, CHAS. A. HEALEY, ATLQ, FRANCIS E. JACKSON, WM. R. KING, NIARTIN G. LILLY, ZX, FRANCIS LA POINTE, JOHN A. MCCULLOCH, XT, JAMES S. MERRIT, 6? GEO. R. METCALE, FRED. N. MORTON, EDWARD P. MONVTON, HENRY K. MORRISON, WM. C. POST, BQU, FRED. A. RAHT, ZX, am, WM. W. RANIUOLPH, QKW, EDWARD D. SELE, LEMUEL W. SERELL, ATA, WM. W. THOMAS, ATA, EDWARD F. WHITE, BQH, WM. F. WHITE, Total number in Class, 36. HOME. Brooklyn, N. Y. Hoboken, N. J. Hoboken, Nf J. Memphis, Tenn. Atlanta, Ga. East Orange, N. J. NeW Jersey. York, Pa. Hoboken, N. J. West Hoboken, N. J. Philadelphia, Pa. Brooklyn, N. Y. Morristown, N. J. NeW York City. South Orange, N. J. Jersey City, N. J. Philadelphia, Pa. Virginia. South Grange, N. J. Flainield, N. J. Summit, N. J. Bergen Point, N. J. City of Mexico, Mex. . ceo Q . I O' 3 JII.: ,fo ' 'Y R. 5' si g,,- S: 9 . . HOBOKEN ADDRESS. 4 River Street. 4 River Street. 251 Washington St. 416 Bloomfield St. 320 Washington St. 345 Garden Street. 184 Park Avenue. 251 Washington St, I4 Eighth Street. 96 River Street. 382 Washington St 382 Washington St 42 7 Garden Street. 372 Washington St 270' Hudson Street 46 TH,E BOLT. then. As to the amount of Hoboken water Qbeerj consumed by this class we will say nothing more than that we can hold our own with any class that has gone through the Institute. I . I The class of '86 has been an unfortunate one in respect to loss of mem- bers, having dropped I7 men since we started out as Freshmen. Some of these have had to leave on account of ill-health, some to enter business, While a few others, as '86 is not an exception to the invariable rule at Stevens, have left because--well, because they did not want to remain, and one has gone toswell the number of '85, But in spite of all this adver- sity, the class of '86 still stands at the head, and guards with jealous care the reputation of the Sophomore class. . And, in reply to the complaint made against us, as a class, for being the noisiest in the Institute, we would say, Remember that '86, being the Sopho- more class, has a reputation to sustain, which she is trying to dofto the best ofaher knowledge and ability. This has been a quiet and uneventful year for us as a class, there being only one or two little incidents to vary' the dull monotony of every-day college life. The most important thing that has happened was the '86-'87 rush, which resulted in a drawn battle on account of the interference of some of the faculty. At class meetings held by '86 and '87 it was decided by both to settle the affair by having a regularly arranged rush. But on account of the interference of '85, according to their usual custom, the thing was dropped by mutual consent. The class at present is plunged in the gulf of dark despair. Shortly be- fore the close of last term one of our most brilliant and accomplished mem- bers suddenly disappeared, and has not been heard of since. It was re- ported that he hadicommitted suicide on account of being disappointed, in love by one of Hoboken's fair damsels. Though a large reward has been offered for the recovery of his body, it has been of no avail. " Peace to his ashesf' ' Now we are drawing near the junior year. Our time as Sophomores is almost gone 5 and as it is the duty of a historian to relate, and not foretell, we must close, with the hope and the prayer that' the gods may deal gently with us. We leave to the future to reveal the rest. 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ERBEN, PIERRE F. FERRER, J. DAY FLACK, EX, B. FRANKLIN HART, BICICWELL HALL, CHAS. A. HALL, BQII, CHAS. W. HENSON, QDKYF, MATTHEW C. JENKINS, EUGENE H. KIERNAN, HENRY W. Lockett, CARLOS A. LOZANO, WM. A. MAGEE, LORTON C. MCDERMOTET, GEO. N. MCKIBBIN, Jos. A. MCELROY, THOS. W. MIIINOR, . SAMUEL W. MILLER, FRANK MCELLER, WASHINGTON E. PARSONS, CARTER H. PAGE, jr., XCZ3 JOHN V. L. PIERSON, LADD PLUMLEY, I WM. E. QUIMBY, ROBERT K. READING, EX, BENJ. SPEARMAN, ALFRED H. SCHLESINGER, Xllf, ROBERT G. SMITH, WM. E. SCHCENBORN, THEO. 'THEBERATI-I, PRITZ UHLENHAUT, HERBERT A. WAGNER, DRUID A. VVALTON BC-DH WM H C WHEATLEW GEO D VVILLETS XBU Total number in class 7 Orange, N. I. Rome, Ga. Morristown, N. J. New York City. Cuba. Baltimore, Md. Hoboken, N. J. Englewood, N. sl. Mobile, Ala. Chicago, Ill. jersey City, N. I. Hobokeii, N. 1. Jersey City, N. I. Lisbon, Portugal. San Francisco, Cal. East Orange, N. J. New York City. Bridgeport, Conn. Burlington, N. J. New York City. New York City. Salisbury, Md. Bloomfield, N. I. Englewood, N.ij. Brick Church, N. J. Williamsport, Pa. Sharon, Pa. College Point, L. I Jersey City, N. J. Washington, D. C. Newark, N. J. New York City. New York City. ' Louisville Ga. Americus Ga Adrian Mich IIOBOKEN ADDRESS. 127 Hudson Street 314 Bloomfield St. 127 Hudson Street I7O Hudson Street 286 Bloomiield St. . 378 Bloomfield St. 1 18 River Street. 212 Hudson Street 416 Washington St 2 13' Hudson I94 Hudson 1 2 1 .Hudson I Q2 Hudson Street Street Street Street I45 Hudson Street 37 2 Washington St I 46 Hudson Street 232 Washington St. I 3 . . I l I f 2 1 I il il . P , I. 1 1 . l 1 I i .S i :E I ,, . I ,, I . ii 'Kita' gi ', I E fi I I4 Newark Street. 'li ' ir!" ' ,Ax i' 1 I f E 1 i . is I za lv l 'l 1 il . I, M l if it 1 .S ,I . l ll . 'V ll I . 1' l'l 314 Bloomfield St 'ZIO Bloomheld St .5 . 'fi 7 7 N , ' I . a - a 4 7 - V .ii .I 7 7 C - .. z .. .:...5L . . I , 9 L lofi 7 7 3 . - .. 1.3 1 , ' , C --7 55- .gcfifg . tiff! 1 fi- 1:2 11. iq , .iv . t S.. I 7- l 5 lp ' li THE B 0 L T. 49 History of the Class of '8,7. HE Class of '87 became duly incorporated on Wednesday, s r b 6th ss- dthiktth f ep em er 2 I ,I 3. an, an s o e energyo our pro- fessors, we were immediately set to work, so our acquaint- ances with each other were soon formed, being considerably K aided by our Mutual Protection Union at the blackboard, which was hastily formed during the first recitation in mathematics. Nothing, however, of any importance occurred until we donned our jurrjpers in the workshop 5 and, it is needless tosay, we all looked so hand- some that we immediately telegraphed to a photographer to come and take our chromos, that we might show our numerous ,male friends how we looked in working apparel, but alas! we were doomed to disappointment, as the camera broke, the reason being that, having photographed '86 in their Freshman year, it could not withstand our combined good looks. Again we pursued the .even tenor of our way until the "rush," an account of which the reader will obtain from another page. The next event of im- portance was the organization of the class, which was accomplished in Prof. WALL,S room, he having kindly loaned us the use of it, not, however, with- out a few parting words. We began work at once, and in less than fifteen minutes had elected our officers, which shows the push of the class. -Some say it was on account of lunch hour being nigh, and the fact that a great number dwell in boarding-houses, but we have held other meetings since then in which we have transacted important business with as great rapidity. The latest subject before the house is the class-pin and the advisability of wearing bangs. 4 A , Q Having spoken of the doings of the class, we will devote the remaining space to its description. '87 is the largest class that has ever entered the Institute. Before examination we numbered 58 5 to-day onlyL55 answer the roll-call. The class as a body is the oldest that has ever entered, and will of necessity be the oldest to graduate. Among its members are no less. than ten voters, and by the time of the coming Presidential election at least twelve will have attained their majority. Our total age is ten centuries and twenty-seven years, average, IQ, maximum, 32, minimum, I5 flong pants donned just before enteringj. if ,O THE 5011. As to the weight of the class, the following will show that we are a heavy set of students considering our age, the total being 7,787 lbs., the average 141.58 lbs., the maximum 185, and the minimum 96. Our total height ig 322,25 feet, average, 5 feet 9 inches 5 maximum, 6 feet 3 inches, minimum, 5 feet 3,5 inches. That we are not a smooth-faced classof fellows no one who has fever seen us will deny, there being no less than I2 pronounced moustaches, some of them specimens of what a moustache should be. We also sport 5 pair of siders, one pair of which is so silky, curly, blondy and transparent that it is the envy of the upper classmen. Among us there are 16 smokers and 3911011-S1'I10liC1'S. However small the ratio may seem, the 16 lovers of the weed, by their constant use of it, make up for the rest. The drinking abilities of the class are great. The reason we have developed so much in this line is because Hoboken water is said to be of a malarial nature, and, wishing to keep our excellent health, we have begun the study of beer drainage, only I4 of us still adhering to water and milk gi and by the by, 5 out of the I4 have been taken with measles, so in all probabilitythere will be but 9 adherents to agua Z.7lwZl7'IZ in future. That '87 is the handsomest class in the college is conceded by all the fair sex of Hoboken. H Having taken up more than the allotted space, I will close this historyuof our infancy by commending ourselves to our professors, thanking them for their many favors, and lastly to our admirers tif there be anyj,lhoping the above will meet, their approval, and that they will soon greet us as Sopho- mores. We remain, theirs truly, I-Irs'roRrAN, '87, g - bn-711'-Perfrf.-'--.s -..sf--4... .N .- f Y. 1- .... 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"" "A " ...la ' . -.'- "5 - .1-47.Qf'a-ff vw 4, 1'..,..iT-+L. - - ' M I., A. P. KLETzSCH,"84, Captain. K. TORRANCE, '84.A S. P. BUSH, '84. W S DILWORTH 85 W. A. ADRIANCE, '85. J. S. MCCOY, 385. EMILE COTIART '86 QUARTER BACK. OSCAR H. BALDWIN, '85. HALF BACKS. A. H. JOHNSON '86.' A. XVURTZ 84 ! P BACK. NORMAN CAMPBELL, '87. SUBSTITUTES. D. H. MAURY, '84. ' ED. BURHORN '86 UMPIRE. A ED. H. NIUNKWITZ , ,85. -.-...i.-...... . M,-K WA W W, W -' v ,.i..-i,.,ni.--... .Y .,.. .......-....,....,......................l..,.... -1-.vgnf QW - gh.- ,.L...., . ..-2. . . Q51.:-2,-EEL:-1ixe.:.:..z:m-11:'..g.:...-::u14.2...,......-....... 4-,-..-Q.....Q.ll...Q...f.i.e....-.2.A.........i....' i i.Q2f.T..l1..-nU , SCORE IN Po1NTs. c,OPPoNEN'rs. PLACE. DATE. OPPO- STE? REFEREES. ' , NEN'1's. VENS. Brooklyn Polytecbnics. . . . . Hoboken .... Sept. 2g o 59 McNaughton. Yale .... . New Haven.. Oct. 6 48 o Knapp, Yale. 4 Harvard .... Hoboken. . . " 2o I4 4 Lawson, Colzmzlzia. Princeton. . Hoboken. . . H 24 14 o Peace, Pfinceiofz. Columbia... Hoboken.. . " 27 o IQ McClure, U. of Pa Lafayette. . . Easton, Pa.. . Nov. 3 4 I4 --- Przbzfeiofz. Harvard. . Cambridge.. . " 6 1 1 2 McClure, U. of Pa Seton Hall. . Hoboken. . . 4' 20 o 6o Rubsamen. Lafayette. . . Hoboken. . . ff 24 Il I4 McNaugbton. Michigan. .. Hoboken. K.. " 27 1 5 Hildreth,C.C. N. Y Pennsylvania. . . . . Hoboken. . . " 29 6 6 Barry, Yale. Total.. ........ .. .... IOQ 183 Q CQAMES WoN, 6. GAMES LosT, A' f"""" ' 'V' ' i--4 -"-" ' 1 f Q -. ' . , : Y P Y' A . 'A .'f:2fe,:.,.E..- 'Er 1- --.lf - '--aE.f..i:'f 1 1 .. z -"A-23.9 " Y ' 'F' fx- Aff. lx,-1' f -' Jr ,A fi H ' kv- .,1 .f. H , 91. -nl' ...Air - - -'vpn 1r.:'..'Pfw,. " - .j?, W, H... ,nl ,A,L4, ,. . In . 2. .... ,,. -. sf-9?-f ' QU. .,.-twat: ':.. . ' , . . wwe -1uc-.- 5 B je- 345' -4 X wk A,-1 A rl A V 4 9 If ."5 -ep,- 4 -'vi . .:u.F. v,. ,.. ..,,9,-w.+,"5,ig. .. . JT- , H '. if 5 213 - 'w2"?3T.'2f"'- . . '- , , . . -V. in ' V , U M +1 rv 1 .2 4- 4 .. 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' Vice-President. li' OSCAR H. BALDWIN, AVALTER CARROLL, Recording Secretary. Recording Secretary. ' D. H. IVIAURY, D. H. MAURY, Corresponding Secretary. Corresponding Secretary. J. H. STEWART, J. H. S'l'EWAR'l', Treasurer. Treasurer. S. P. BUSH, C. L. GATELY, . I Base-ball Captain., Base-ball Captain. ii A. P. KLETZSCH, OSCAR H. BALDWIN, Football Captain. Football Captain. ' DIREC.101xs DIRLQJ FQRS H R REA IQEYNLIH IOIXRANCE, S P BUsH C L GAiErv A1 P KLETZSLH OSCAR H BALDWIN, IV S DILWORIH VX 5 DILWQRU-I . 1 -,r1 3 1 n 1 fi, I I . . Q 7 , , ' ' - .1 , A . . l 1 l , ' ' I I 'I C- L- GATELY. A. P. IQLETZSCH, l yxxxn- Av? I 1 NXXXxxxxxs.x , 1,1- ll 'T-N E r gWW1!1X f-'f W f W 26 X S AH 1 ,ff X 'WN Q 5 L-ffg 3 '61 S S 'R Q 2 'G- - lol?-4 Q12."'5 HLQN L44--'I 1 pf E5"i-"ff 5-5 wuagasa ,.,,. ' "- ff, "0 up 1 xx MJ L 4- WQQ, M! 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YA 133 . n?-av.:-'.-v' ' 'VN' V q-vi:-M'-:fs -G EFfaM1'w--at '-N .'f:--f-!:1.rMJ'a'0f'+a - -1'.:.- I A- ' -f-.q!4!f. x :'fuiQS'.e'e'.c0:- 2'-'mx--.,--f..: -2 ' I 1 j -.,.,-tw A 1 up igem ,xiggmpwpQxtgsmf-!..5j,.','gu.g , f NWN-'wis2!e:'s.2.b.S'!1'if' A . N e':Qvragf::c 1 V . '-'Z' SWG- I A -V ,l 1SpQca:?:?.gib. 1 A 1 4, , -'4 j A ' sv: 'Q .f 1 , L E A D E R I A. W. BRAINARD, '84. FIRST TE ORS. E. M. COTIART, '85, J. A. MCELROY, '87. SECOND TE ORS. HARVEY F. MITCHELL,V,84. OSCAR H. BALDWIN, '85. FIRST BASSES. C. W. THOMAS, '84, EDWIN BURHORN, '85, SECOND BASSES. WILLIAM BLHSIOL, '84 NORTH MCLEAN, 'S5. THE BOLT 1 Q Y Q - , i VY I-lqgirvr Ig :YNY I 1 t - 31- '- 4553-3' 517?a2sif"' Q 'N ' 2. "'- ez, W-. ' .N I at f . , Q X- H1111 'm'?n':w::4:1.9Ti-.1:.A:1f.,:.-rf-:-.251 il 1- W , ,ggrqwikgggggg-,g945QZd1f4?Ga.,...-:':AswP2':.g!4Li1:9.flX- Y X - , , f Z - I. I Z if- , A 5-f-fix. ,iff fl, ' I gi. 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I ROBABLY few tourists in their wanderings have ever had the good fortune to visit Hoboken, and it is safe to say that the number is limited of those who have even heard of it, except, perhaps, in connection with the Stevens Institute, the home of Busch, and as the last place that God made. To all unacquainted with this beautiful but secluded spot, this short sketch is addressed as a sort of introduction, and with the hope that you will become more familiar with it, for in this case the old maxim " where ignorance is bliss," etc., is not applicable. In fact, few maxims are ap- plicable to Hoboken : it is sm' gefzerzlv. Is Hoboken in Germany, do you ask? No,,not exactly, although some hold to the opinion that, years ago, when the continents were in an unsettled condition, a small fragment became detached from Germany and moved its resting-place tohthis side of the waters , and in evidence of this theory they point to the remnants of beer-bottles, petrified cabbages, and an occasional odor Qnot petrified, of ancient Limburger still to be found in the meadows. But however that may be, this fact still remains , this antedeluvian specimen of Germany is right here in New jersey, and can be found any day by ad- vertising in the New York papers for the full address , or by looking at a county map of New jersey through 'a powerful magnifying glass. Dear reader, if you should conclude to make us a visit, be sure and bring your umbrella and rubber-boots Qfor Hoboken is also a watering placej, also your winter clothing, likewise your summer clothing, and, in short, clothing for all kinds of weather. It will be sure to suit you--"you pays your money and you takes your choice "-for Hoboken has more and a greater variety of weather to the square foot than any two rz'z'z'es in the Union. Hoboken, besides its sanitary advantages, is also one of historical interest, and musty legends of the Revolution still hover around it. That famous duel in which Burr killed Hamilton took place near, if not in Hoboken, and we are told that the duelling ground lies on the river-bank near 'a " babbling brook", but unfortunately we have not thus far been able to locate the exact spot--Hoboken has so many " babbling brooks." THE BOLT The Elysian Fields deserve notice They are really beautifully situated on the river bank and their large trees and once grassy slopes show clearly that Nature has done her part well toward making a pleasure ground for the people but the authorities, evidently thinking that some artilicial orna ments were needed have allowed old hulks of canal boats and other defunct Water craft to be hauled upon the shore thus making a sort of marine burying ground out of a once pretty place X Y " -T+l-l- ' -53-,Qi L 1 --1---1-- - ,U - --J:-L fvg-4-1i1.'l iqbbh " -- .....--"'fv'--- rg - -- , My ---'u 'f-'-- 'fsck A L' ..-iw NMQI, I ,Mf may --.- -mash lgnggv . . -x -?'.-----lf --..- f44?4f.41laff lll..4 -xssa.-- '! ,.... 1 PFS:-QJIZT " - --,--J ::i,P:L'f2:'.5Q:::::r1 ,,,..,.......2-i --4...a-.fy-4 c --an ,. . i., v n-. .'-.. g gg-'ni n.. - -..-.-i'--Fifa.,-,Tr - f .. . -1--"' IA , ,131 .-1 I-"1 ' ' - - ,f my -: 4,1 '-- -A -j -.n. ---irg-M--Y--i 52 ,-"' " ,gf ' " "' 1 -'Q . - - ... , , ,- i.....l-.-,513 ,.. -. , 5ei,,..5,rTi,,, . -,-LT: , .,. ..,.q , , - . egefagimew-f .f '4 -'- if L - . 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A fine orchestra, the most daring acrobats, talented actresses and gifted singers are always to be found there, fresh from the Bowery. In addition to all these attractions, the audiences are allowed to keep on their hats and to smoke and drink beer during the per- formance-privileges granted by few even of the Hrst-class theatres in New York. We have season tickets, and would be glad of your company at any time, Sunday included. To visit Hoboken and not attend the theatres would be a grave error. There is another here called the Bungaloog but this is not so Well known to us, as Dame Rumor says that it is not a strictly Hrst-class place, and is seldom visited by the students, except on rare occa- sions when the Tingle is closed. The Sunday night concerts at the Tingle are especially noteworthy, although many persons have to attend a second time before they can dis- cover the streak of piety which is said to run through them. 54 THE BOLT. . Hoboken is 3150 3 religious place g and the influence of its piety is even' felt by the students, who can be seen in large numbers in front of all the Churches every pleasant Sunday evening about closing time. One of the classes of the Institute had, a short time ago, its own chaplain, but his duties were too arduous, and the good man had to resign. Since that time the class has been forced to content itself with simply singing 4' O who will kiss those ruby lips," " Three flies," and other devotional songs in the halls, between recitations. x f -. V1 f 2, Z A-T?-35. I 0, N X9 'x . - - ,,--.,..?.-...-., ...1:::11 1 - "' Q --:i-"M ' -"fri-'f55?P'E::feE1-:rE:3':'F"Illini , Q ,,.fql5'Q,- 104. ,. .,,.,,3,,, ww., ,sux ups-fe.-..,-.,,,-4.9.1. ,-.?a?!.:.... . to o,e412JQe59Q499, 0-:3..-:J-Q, 4 mgwa- at Ry-,q:2Gu4'1-Z5-,-zz.-fs-4--.11-un' 11511 l 1- 06 f60.60'04.lf' ao 60 9 "-:-11-2431 E 4?-'ri "Nav 'vf '- 5 '1- .1215 1' " 1 -'KW . 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THE B013 T. 65 The lire department is admirable, and any attempt at description would fail, so suflice it to say that the city of New York is slowly adopting its methods. The movements of the " Prompt Action H at the frequent false-alarms given from the various beer saloons are usually rewarded by an "all around " for the fire-laddies, besides increasing the patronage of the saloons from the admiring crowds which always gather for a glimpse of the brave rescuers of life and property. , j Lv- f :QM QX N - i . g.f.,3n'7 A' ' V . ,mm WZ' as "ttf A my QQ alll W Il "f llli f an - ' - nl I -f firi vm-.ge all:1lllih I WW717' f 4 .,'. iffytii'-f"' 'll A3 will fsilif' ff'ii7".Mf'1WW'l'ffu ' r V ' . i. e ,- 'V "' T iyiffrfill- .. ff A M41-" s"'11W' Ill... fZfrf'QiM ..l ,-etsfmi 5 l i "-lfvfflfllflfw QW ll Wi' 'G ' .1-ffffff'f'mll - Vw iff..-. 'iv will '-il-lg. XA-- 4 'S ,fig Efpif .,:t,,.ZL,wf:Q' ., X ,L 3-1.-' -nu 1 til' ,Hwy ,. iffljnll, r- I ll ,A - G' -.. 'x ii ' -a n 'flir- Xsx ff' V affix, Q'-rrf i So far we have only spoken of the inanimate attractions of this beautiful spot g but to omit mention of its people would be unpardonable. There are a few Germans here, to put it mildly, and few of them know much about the English Language, except when you owe them a bill. Their principal occupation is the Zl77!Z767df6ZkZ.7Zg business. For this line of business Hoboken offers exceptional inducements, and many think that this industry alone will be sufficient to make it one of the largest cities in the Union. The most numerous, if not the most important part of the population, is the mosquitoes. Unlike the majority of their class, they do not make an extended Winter tour South, but remain in Hoboken right on the field of action. They are held in such high estimation that a motion has been made to make them eligible to public office. Undoubtedly they would make very efficient police for keeping the people off the flower-beds in the Elysian Fields. They are far more cultured and refined than their neighbors the goats, who roam through the streets and grow fat on their diet of boarding-house tomato cans. The only thing of reproach that can be mentioned against them is the un- mannerly way in which they monopolize the seats in the public parks, and insist on walking on the grass in spite of the various notices to the contrary. THE BOLT Now th1s brings us to a very delicate subject-boarding-houses Our blood bo1ls and our hair stands on endg our ideas cannot fmd Words for I EL if ' ' , Q " Y li! 1 1 n e 6 ll? I ll 'fgll 'T 'li f l-I . ' I . I k 4 , f , D l if' A Si. 'ff , f- 4 ' ITTKW. l . f szflfilwr us T is M lwfdif -ta f . ,, -,,-N v I -, 4 lu 1, 0 uv' f n ,Jill-3 Lmulrll ,. 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How sadly We Will miss the gr The eggs ten years have seen, ub- The chickens old enough to vote, The fragrant butterine. 2' ,Q THE BOLT. 67 - 1 n fl il 4 gui i The fishing here is something remarkable, and the manner of catching the " finnies " is worthy of description. For this exciting sport a pole is neces- t f f Sar one thtl k1'k s 'i 3474 7 'iv r y a S 1 J , .I ,- . E-,B cross between a railroad 1 liiiiffi 22 N, dMggZ'f6'f '3:'::1e5f,-,..'. - no -+- .'l" 'limi itAJ,"f iijsv-'f g--,gvf "- ,ffgvff-2.42 ,i -1 - ,441 1'-S' . effe' 2 '-Q-:I Z2-91-in-'-th' aft ---1-. ' ,, 9A!?fEx1hab.5Ei26 1! c f tie and a telegraph pole 1S ' v 0011- WH! '-2155.1-I 5-fwfr .-2, 'z-"1 7. mf! -45- th r,1W,29l.J,,, A jg, Q. .5,Fu.!! fywggfa. 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Q "And as imagination bodies forth ' . , K ' The form of things unknown, the poet s pen I Turns them to shape, and gives to airy nothing A local habitation and a name." T The other is called the "Schooner Clubf' and the reason of its name is quite evident, judging from the effective manner in which schooners are , ll B r managed. . g K X ,7 1E21fs:: X T I if '-wrt: iff: -mf ff'-I5 , . ' 'g.-.rig 1 iy,jgQ,,, A 'heiiiiwfgg 'vu N QW: f -5, ' . 'Q 2 1222211--flap.. -a ' ' 'f' -1 .Mn - ,nmul ""' ' ff-ag ,,.fZ,,,,,1131paz:1 Q , ff ,I , ,vqg ar, 1,- V U,-,np QV,-"f' ' zzgfiff ,29i2,1,13?5,:5g:fi-I 57,35 1:-4 l I Q ,Evil K K " 1-.fi-1,"d2'ZM':t "Z'5'T:QP7s-.4 fl-',i ,Q :. ..,..iL:',:g5?' 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Verily, I say unto you that the first shall be last, and the last first. 1 THE B OL If at ,,,,, Y, " 1 V A I I U4f"15NkTj t, 4 I :C 'A .Y ,Af .gr-3 'lb-n:Y' W -"Wf- , just look at the kettles that come down the street, The panicky, growler, majolioa neat, And mayhap the Deaoon's-sly, circumspect man- He alwaysngets beer in a kerosene cang But though it be gotten by pint or by case, U The Characteristics you cannot efface Of beer, Lager beer, Irhported, Domeetic, Popular beer. THE BOLT. 73 Now its lovers, contented, will sit by the hour And delight o'er the brewing tetot'lers call' sour, ' So good-natured and gay that in.time's onward How All so fat, philosophic and phlegmatic grow. ' As for quarrels,'thei-r absence to beer you may thank, For who'd Care to iight with a keg in his tank, l ' Of beer, Frothing beer, The mild Yet the mirthful, The health-giving beer. The maiden, when asked by her swain to take beer, Will turn upeher nose, and reply, with a sneer, n ' " Qh, nothing so common-Ugh I horrid old slop,' You know I drink nothing but champagne or pop." At home, when she's dry+iOh! what do you think ? She'll run to the ice-boil' anldfbottles will drink Of beer, Cooling beer, The despised, Ostracized, Yet her stand-by, Fresh beer. THE BOLTQ N ot' any such scruples has our friend the tramp, He'd fain buy it fresh, but alas 1 not a stamp, Nor a friend who will lend him the cash for a larkg But he's got a racket that's worked after dark- The dregs of beer-kegs are secured by this man, And he quaffs with delight from a battered fruit-can Stale beer, Muddy beer, F oul-smelling, Repelling, The lees of bad beer. C.D.B THE BOLT. s fill T a THE WHOLE TRUTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH. llol. XL., llo. 9876. New York, Tuesday, April 1, 1884. Price, One Cent. snconn nnrrron. EXTRA. ELEVENTI-I HOUR. VERBATIM REPORT OF THE CROSS-EXAMINATION OF The Electrical Expert, A. BLOWHARD HAYRICK, N. G., IN THE B , Swan vs. Edison Controversy. The referee's room was thronged this morning with prominent capital- ists and scientists, in anxious expec- tation ,of important developments in the great electric-light contest. Ex- Senator ROSCOE CONKLING, counsel for the defense, first subjected Prof. HENRY MoRToN, of the Stevens In- stitute, to a searching cross-question- ingg but his evidence was of compar- a flurry of excitement thrilled the multitude. V Then an ominous silence ensued, broken 'only by the sharpen- ing of lead-pencils by the stenog- raphers, while the audience, with bated breath, watched eagerly every movement of the witness. He arose complacently from the side of his ad- viser, Ex-Gov. B. F. BUTLER, LL.D. QHarvardj, and playfully running his hand through Dr. NORVIN GREEN,S beard, he seated himself, with a self- composed air, in the witness chair. Mr. HAYRICK was attired in the same snuff-colored raiment that he wore yesterday, with the addition of a clean pair of cuffs, while his hair was, if possible, even more negligee. Mr. CONKLING, after a lengthy con- versation with a Patent-Office official I at his side, began with : I " Do you know, Mr. Hayrick, the comparative molecular vibrations of the corresponding members in the two systems ?" Mr. Hayrick : N Well, I guess I ought to. I was Edison's first assist- ant for three years, and I made the ative unimportance. When the name working drawings for the first pho of A. BLOWHARD HAYRICK was called , nogra--" 76- THE B OL T. TUESDAY, APRIL I, 1884. . Mr. Conkling finterruptingj: 4' Never mind about the 'phono- graph, we have heard all about that before, but just give some plain, di- rect replies to my interrogationsf' Mr. Hayrick: " Well, I guess I can give expert testimony as well as any one, and I'm an expert on the Swan light and the Edison ligh--" s Mr. Conkling fsharplyjz "You ap- pear to me to be more of an expert at talking than at anything else, and I must insist--" H At this point a delicate tint of shrimp pink began to diffuse itself over Mr. I-Iayrick's oak-tanned and dry-scraped countenance, while Mr. Butler, jumping hurriedly to his feet, exclaimed: U ff Mr. Referee, I must protest strong- ly against the flippant and trifling manner to which the honorable coun- sel subjects myclientg and I insist that his valuable, I may say invalu- able time, shall not be wasted in idle and profitless contentions, while all civilization is waiting for the fruits of his ingenuity." Mr. Conkling: " Mr. Hayrick, I will ask you something else. You claim to be an .expert on the Swan light. What basis have you for such an assertion P" Mr. I-Iayrick: ffweu, the idea! Why for three years I was Edison's first assis--" ' Mr. Conkling: " Ch, we have heard all about that several times. Can't you give us something new P" Mr. Hayrick: "Well, then, I re- ceived my theoretical education at a technical college, and I was a mem- ber of two classes." Mr. Conkling: "I would like to ask, Mr. Hayrick, how many more classes you would have been a mem- ber of had you remained longer ?" Mr. Butler: '4 I object, your Honor, on the ground of the utter irrelevan- cy of his, technical education to his testimony as an expert." The Referee, after a careful con- sultation of the authorities, sustained Mr. Butler's objection, and, as sev- enteen telegrams and an embassy from Italy were awaiting Mr. Hayrick in his boudoir, he adjourned ,court until morning. 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E .,. il Zz- f-si' if ..'i::1:1:::311E':an!5llwid'WM sy -2 Q' '+L? -N mgigwgg , Vim" '::: - -S ,i5TE2?,:i52j Q 5 . ' TTL- WEEEIIEI ..,. Ks - 1z:E:2::i521.1 Te .E 1 i:--- Q gs, 1-"if 1 2- 3, -E T -NL 3, 'T 5 E ' 2:53 T455-aa- .1 'ff f f ' T :?"T' ' - if fl -" Q T: Two fishermen sat on a tumble-down,--ipier, And to any observer 'twould plainly appear That their thoughts dwelt much more on the basket beside, Than on catching the fish or the flow of the tide. 'Neath the lid of the hamper peered bottles of wine, But they dropped anon-empty-down into the brine. Said the one to the other, H Now Charlie, I wish That we'd had the same fun but we'd caught some more iish. Let us try the old dodge I have essayed so oft, We will thus save ourselves from the jeer and the scoff, And escape the stale adage of 'Fisherman's Luck,' While our friends will admire our great skill and our pluck." LATER. Two fishermen sauntered back into the town, And with fresh iinny beauties were quite loaded down. To their friends they told tales of the hundreds they caught, And to back up the story they showed what they brought With them home, and declared that the rest of the string Was too bulky and heavy for two men to bring. ABOUT THE SAME TIME. A wee lad was counting, with spirits so gay, A collection of pennies he'd made the same day, On the morrow was scheming to lay out the whole In the purchase of reel, nshing-tackle and pole. " I do wish," thought he oft, 'fthat my fish I again Might be able to sell to such eager, kind men." C. D. B V .THE BOLT. MISCELLANY ....-' 4. -. ,. A Noisy Freshman-Bang. The biggest feet-ure of the Institute--Jakey's. Why is '87 so manly? Because she has a Beard. If you cuff knowledge, beware lest you be collared. When the bolts bear too tightly the eccentric gets heated i The Old Tooth-Brush Stage. , 1' Mr. I.-" Doctor, when I add acid to this substance it dissolves Doesn t it ??7 Dr.--" Certainly it does." Mr. I.-"Consequently, the more acid I add, the more dissolute it be comes ?" Dr. retires to hunt up a dictionary. 82 THE BOLT. Talkative freshman ftelling Senior about the lighthouse test,-" And do you know, the blower actually blew the light entirely out." Cynical Senior-J' Indeed I ' I really didn't know you could do so much " T. fresh-f' I mean 'thetu C. Senior-" Pardon me, I am afraid I can't stand the blast either." 5 'P lf' 1. I I ,i .1 . 'n . li Uiflxit C. S., hugging himself :'f. 71.2" :..ITi' 'jr ' -E?3""3T'-f'1":i"ES? -'T-' Q3 A,-JI".-.' l1:g5::::: 5: ff.-:'.'f??'I11'?:S2f57: . ... ..-nun .. -,f'.,2:-325, 155355:-1. 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For I've heard the declaration What this year's graduation Crowds the ranks to suffocation, Unless Prexy interferes, And makes a regulation, What in consideration Of the furious agitation, For at least the next few years, Means of elimination ,Will cause depopulation, If not extermination, In Institute careers. Now this prevarication Has no corroboration. It's but a vile creation, ' And, should it reach your ears, Deny the allegation By mild expostulation, And help the dissipation Of the agitators' fears. I MELANCTHON. THE SOPHOMORE'S STORY. ' It was near the close of the recitation when we heard the murmur of the freshmen's voices, and we knew what it meant. Word was passed to every man to stick to his Post, and to be for Everhart and soul true to his class. 4 We were determined to Cook their goose for them, and Chester give the little Birdsall they wanted, we opened the door. I By the bellowing that greeted our' ears you would have thought we had Metcalfes. At first we thought to get a d'Herrick, but just then Agorilla sprang forward, landing on the Broadheads of his victims. 'flhis Raht a Wonderful change. Their faces looked like the Whites of their eyes. When We laid our Lilly White hands on a-freshman's Cotiart fully slipped out of it to save him Self, ' - 0 .5 1: S F 1. 41 5 .Q A E 3 'i f f . 's 1 I f f fl 0 o ,H ' 4 -I .5 '4 'H e- in 5 'e N THE BOLT. ff Have you p'Amber Tresses'?" asked a young lady entering a music store The color suffusing his physiognomy approximated that of his gory looks and between his grins he managed to explain that the folks at home called them red. 1 i A MISQSQTAKE. His title was Mr., 'Youthful, 'tis true, He adored someone's sr., But for fear of a blr., He might oft have kr. What did the fool do? He simply dismr. I I Wouldn't. Would you? She summoned a Dr., A handsome one, too, But a vicious concr., And then, though he Mr., And electric'ly shr., She brought him to Woo. 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THLQE B 0 L T. 87 A CALENDAR, l881l-l885. 1884--june 12, Thursday, .... Commencement, '84. 1884-June 13, Friday . Class of '87 Preliminary Term begins. 1884-July 12, Saturday . . Class of '87 Preliminary Term ends. 1884-August 27, Wednesday, Classes, '85 and '86 Preliminary Term begins. 1884-September 1884-September 1884-September 1884-September 1884-December 1884-December 1885- 1885- 1885 1885 1885 1885 1885 24 17- 23, 24 II, 20, January 5, Monday, March 23, Monday, 7 Wednesday, Classes '85 and '86 Preliminary T'm ends. 23, . . Examination of Applicants for Admission. . . All Conditions must be made up before 1 P. M. Wednesday, . . . First Regular Term begins. Thursday, 3, . ' Examinations begin. Saturday, . . . i . . Term ends. , . Examinations begin . .... Term ends April 1, Wednesday, . Third Regular Term begins April 13, Monday, . , 7 . ' Examinations begin june 8, Monday, . . Term ends june 17, Wednesday, '. , Commencement, '85 june 1 8, Thursday, . V Second Regular Term begins. 2 9-2 THE B 01: T. Style No. 3. QFor use on the Boulevard and on Washington Streetj Practice assiduously, "Chawles, me b'hoy!" No tip, no bow, charming smile. Informally remark, at the same time, " Ah, there, Birdie !" ALDRICH.-- - We cannot furnish specifications for making over your last summer"s " dicer." The rim is too narrow, and the crown is so low that our workmen would soon run out of material. It will doubtless be a great disappointment to you, as the aforesaid " belteazer " must have been in your family a great many years. As you seem to incline to the eccentric in style, we commend you to the Gibson Brothers, the only genuine exponents of how lunatics should dress, and trust that you may find something in the " Tam O'Shanter " or " Cabin Boy " line that will suit you. I WE Do Nor KNOW- Who cut A1den's hair. A Whether Roberts will go into politics. What the limit is in '85's class-room. What Professor Mayer said about Siemen's Pyrometer. Of anyone who took notes on the Electrical Engineering lectures. , Why Professor Denton wore a king of spades in his hat on the Bethlehem trip. .P What we ,shall do with our profits. " Who will kiss those ruby lips when I am far away." X lm ,sl f f XJ 94 THE 50.1321 Editor HARLOW is decidedly the heaviest and thickest-set celebrity on our staff, and in person bears a strong resemblance to that noted Slugger Sheriff, " the Prussian." Mr. HARLOW, despite his formidable aspect, desires it to be distinctly understood that he is in no way responsible for whatever per- sonal allusions there may be detected between these covers, and if any one feels injured for being mentioned, orbslighted for being left out, they must take it out of some one else, as he is prepared to prove an aZz'bz'. x - Editor COFFEE is, to say the least, a very weak -infusion of the berry of knowledge, and there are certainly poor grounds for an argument innhis favor. He is always in an unsettled condition, and the outpourings of his intellect should be carefully strained before assimilationf The distasteful flavor present is said to be due to Rye. Oh, COFFEE l ' Editor L1LLv's character is clearly explained in a few short words. It is not necessary to be shown his associates in order to form a correct estima- tion of hisnimoral worth, neither has his future profession of engineering power to obliterate the lasting and terrible impression that the few words we are about 'to divulge will produce. He is a minister's son ! Editor MCELROY hails from Bridgeport, Conn., the wintering place of Barnum's Circus, and it is rumored that on a stormy night, when his keeper was toasting his shins by the stove, he broke ddwn the bars and made his escape from the cage. His duty is to amuse the editors by his antics after their exhausting literary' labors. ' Editor ALDRICH is another one whose unsavory reputation should be shown up for-Q the protection of society. He has ligured in but one im- portant episode since his advent at Stevens. For something we dare not expose he was escorted from the Park to the Police Court by one of Hobo- ken's " Finestf, For the subsequent proceedings we refer you to the Re- corder's blotter. Since that time we have refused to associate with him. Editor BARNES enjoys the truly enviable reputation of the " Dude " of our board, and, certainly, his yellow locks and listless air entitle him to the honor. The young ladies call him "Blondie," and declare that he is just too sweet to live, and we consider ourselves fortunate in securing as an or- nament a young man of such high ideas and collars. v Authors of rejected contributions will please handle Mr. BARNES with care, as he posed for our cut of Apollo, and we may want to use him again. ,.,.. ' 5-:B555 'S-2.2-5 ,,,, ., ,-1-fra.. ..::1 .... I-A-4 5115-' Zq9"" 59144 E-'s::A':: .Sam 03.53 .ogobcb 'G' QQQHF-4 .U--G-gm '0SDvg-eu- 'E 1 f our ,W Q5 -Z -La ...u , cn 'G s-4 :s '5 cu m .,.., We desire to call attention to the Advertise- rnents. Students and others will find it to their interest to favor these who favor us. INDEX io Air Compressors. Ingersoll Rock Drill Co ..... Air Pumps and Condensers. ADl7ERllSElVlElllS. .....Xlv Deane Steam Pump Co ............. vii Knowles Steam Pump Works. . . .... XXV L. Schutte 8: Co .... ...... f . ...... xxiii Alarm Gauges, Edson's Recording and ...... .... 1 x., x American Machinist ..... . Apothecaries. Chas. G. Am Ende.. . .. Griflith's Pharmacy. . . . Artists' Materials. F. W. Devoe 85 Co .... ........ Autographic Testing Machines. Prof. R. H. Thurston .... .. .. Badges. . . . xxxvii . . . .xxxi . . . .xxxii . . .... V ii Edward Williams ................. Xviii jno. F. Luther .............. .. .... XX Balances and Weights of Precision. . Becker 8: Sons ....,......... Boilers, Steam. A Harrison Safety Boiler VVorks. . . ......XXl . . . .xlii Lidgerwood Manufacturing Co. .... .xvii 'Wright's Steam Engine Works. Hill, Clarke 8: Co ........ . . . . Books, Scientific and Text. F. Luthin .................. . . . ..xxvi . . .xliv . . .Xxxi D. Van Nostrand ...... .. . .... .xxxvi Calipers and Dividers. I. Stevens 81 Co .... .... . . . . Castings. Hawkridge 8: Donaldson ...... ' Wright's Steam Engine Works. . Xxxviii .....XXX . .xxvi Chemist, Analytical and Consulting. Thos. B. Stillman, Ph.D .... . .... xxxiii Cigarettes. Kinney Bros ..... ..... X xi Allen 8z Ginter ..... ..... x viii August Schroeder ........ .... .... X x xv College Dining Hall. Miller's Oyster and Ice Saloon .... . ...... ........... . Dentist. Cream . Xviii Dr. A. M. Hedges ..... . .... xxxv Drawing Materials. F. W. Devoe 81 Co ..... .... V E. G. Soltmann ...... . . .iv F. Luthin ..... ...... .... . . xxxi Benj. Pike's Sons ................ xxxvi Edsorfs Recording 8z'Alarm Gauge. . .ix., x Electrical Supply Co ........... .... 1 i Engraving. Photo-Engraving Co ....... ....... x i Engines. Southwark Foundry 85 Machine Co. .xxii VVestin house Machine Co g . ...... . Harris-Corliss 'Engine Works .... . Wright's Steam Engine Works. . Beckett se Meneweu M'f'g ce. . Lidgerwood M'f'g Co ....... . . . . . Hill, Clarke 8z Co .......... .. . .. Exhaust-Steam Induction Con- ...vi ...XV . Xxvi . .xxx . .Xvii . .xliv denser. .......... .............. x xm Express. X J. M . Patterson .... . . . .xicviii INDEX T0 ADVERTISEMENTS. Files. Kearney Sc Foot ........ . Gauges. Edson's Recording and Alarm .... American Steam Gauge Co. . . Ashcroft M'f'g Co .......... 'Hoisting Machinery. Lidgerwood M'f'g Co .... . . Beckett 8: McDowell M'f'g Co. . . Gents' Furnishing Goods ........ . Xlvi .iX., X . . Xlviii . . .viii . . .Xvii . XXX : Xxviii Gillott's Steel Pens ...... ..... X vii Glassware. 4 Whitall, Tatum 81 Co .... ..... i Groceries. ' Henry N. Peters. . . '. ..... XXXiv Hair-Dresser. C.F.Guth.,.. ...... Hotel, Busch's. .... .... . Housekeepers' Emporium. Condit's. .................... . Indicators, Steam Engine. Tabor Indicator ......... Thompson Indicator .... . Injectors. Korting's Injectors. . Wm. Sellers 81 Co ........... - --asa...-.-a ... .....'XXXiv ..........XXXiv . . XXXiii . . viii . .Xlviii . XXiii . . Xliii Insurance and Inspection, Boiler. Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co ............. ..... X iv Instrument Makers. Benj. Pike's Sons.. . . ..... Xxxvi E. G. Soltmann. gg .... ...... i v S. Hawkridge ........ .. ..... XXX J enkins' Patent Valves .... ..... X l Jewelers. Edward Williams. . . . .... Xviii jno. F. Luther . . .Q . . . .XX J. Ritter ........ .... ....... ' . . .XXXV Lawn Mowers. Chadborn 81 Coldwell M'f'g Co .... XXvii ......XiX Library, Mercantile, New York.. . Lithotype Printing Co ......... . . . Lehigh Valley Railroad' ...... Lumber and Hardware. H. H. Hankins ......... . ..... . ....XX . Xlix . . XXXii Machine Toolsdc Machinists' Supplies. Ashcroft M'f'g Co ............. Morse Twist Drill 81 Machine Co: The Pratt Sc Whitney A. VVilkinson SL Co. Montgomery 81 Co.. . . E. Gould Sc Eberhardt .... VVi ins 81 Abell O.. . Wm. Sellers Sz Co. .... .. Hill, Clarke 81 Co.. . . james D. Foot ...... Manual for Engineers Users. ...... ...... . Micrometer Calipers. ' A. Wilkinson 85 CO. Montgomery SL Co. .... . un-I-u---Q .......... nu.. ,, . viii . Xvi . Xvii ............XXiv ...l . . . .Xlvii gg ..... .... X Xix I.Stevens8zCo .... XXXviii . . . Xliii . ........ .... X liv . . .Xlv1 and Steam ....XV . .XXiV Mining Machinery. Lid erwood M'f' Co g g ..... ...... Beckett 81 McDowell M'f'g Co. . . Ingersoll Rock Drill Co ..... Philosophical Instruments. S. Hawkridge .... .......... Benj. Pike's Sons. ..... . Electrical Supply Co .... Photographer. G. W. Pach 85 Bros ...... . Photographic Materials. Geo. P. Erkenbrach .... Planimeter, Amslers. .. Printers. Williams 8: Shirley. .... . Lithotype Printing Co. . . . Pulleys and Shafting. A. 81 F. Brown ....... 1 Wm. Sellers 8: Co .... Wm. Wright ...... . . Hill, Clarke 8z Co .... ,. Recording Gauges. Edson's. . . . ...... . .. Moscrop's. ......... . Railroad Ticket Office. I. M. Patterson. ..... . Rifles, Guns, etc. J- Stevens Sc Co .... . Rock Drills. Ingersoll' Rock Drill C0 .... Shoes. L. H. Bates ........... Sporting Goods. Kidd Manufacturing Co ..... Steam Gauges. F.dson's Recording and Alarm Co. .... ........ .... .... . Ashcroft Manufacturing Co. . . American Steam Gauge Co. . . Steam Launches ............ Steam Pumps. Deane Steam Pump Co ..... Knowles Steam Pump Works. Geo. F. Blake M'f'g Co ..... anon suns.-so . . .Xvii . . .XXX . . .Xlv . . . . .XXX .XXXvi .... li . . . .XXXvii . . . . .XX .. . .Xlviii . XXXiX . . . XliX . . . . .Xli ...Xliii . . . .Xlvi . . . .Xliv .iX., X . . .viii . . . .XXviii . . .XXXviii ....Xlv . . XXiX .......XX Gauge .....lX.,X ......viii . . . .Xlviii .......vii ......XXv iii Stevens Institute of Technology .... xii Stevens High School .... ........... X iii Tailor. . S.Bowman. ...... .... vii Thurston's Autographic Testing I Machines .... . ................... Valves. Jenkins Patent Valves .............. ii . Xl Ashcroft Manufacturing C0 ......... viii The Consolidated Safety Valve Co.. Water Motors. Chandler Water Motor Co ..... .... . viii ...v Water-Works Pumping Engines. Wright's Steam Engine Works. .... XXvi Southwark Foundry 8: Machine Co. .XXii Geo. F. Blake M'f'g Co ..... ........ i ii Deane Steam Pump Co ...... ..... v ii Wood-Working Machinery. .... .... X1 iv PENNSYLVANIA ILROAD . Great Trunk ine of the nited States' SUPERIOR EQUIPMENT, FINEST RIIIID BED IINII FASTEST TIIIIE COIISISTEIIT WITH ABSOLUTE SAFETY. 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Prof. Math. and Mechanics. C. W. MACCORD, A. M. Sc. D., . Prof. Mech. Drawing. ALBERT R. LEEDS, Ph. D., . . Prof. Chemistry. CHARLES F. KROEH, A. M., . Prof. Languages. REV. EDWARD WALL, A. M., . .' . . . Prof. Belles-lettres. J. E. DENTON, M. E., . . Instructor in Experimental Mechanics and Shopwork. A. RIESENBERGER, M. E., . . ' . . Instructor in Mech. Drawing. C. A. CARR, Ass't Engir U.S.N., Prof. tof Marine Engineering and Instructor in Mathematics. W. E. GEYER, Ph. D., . . . . Prof. of Applied Electricity. The course of the Stevens Institute is of four years dura- tion and covers all that appertains to the profession of a Mechan- ical Engineer. By means of workshops provided with excellent machinery, Physical Laboratories whose appointments are with- out an equal, and with the finest Cabinets of Instruments, every opportunity for the acquisition of thorough and practical' know- ledge is afforded. D For further particulars address the President, H. MoRToN, Hoboken, N. J XII 11 STEAM 99?E,1xF-TFOQEDUJ Liliecgniffsgefr A i I 'T 9 CONN Q5 ,i . . ii'fii Fx i , 3 M ji, u 4 e' YP 't' L ' S' I Oy! ' gy' ssue Policies of I ii uraiice AFTER A CAHEFHL INSPECTION OF THE BOILEHS, Covering all Loss or Damage 10 BOILEHS, BUILDINGS AND NIACIIINEHY, Steam lt Oiler Exp osions. THE BUSINESS OF THE COMPANY INCLUDES ALL KINDS OF STEAM BOILEHS. I Full information concerning the plan of the Company's operations can be obtained at the COIVIPANYIS OFFICE, HARTFORD, CONN., OR AT ANY AGENCY. J. E. ALLEN, Pres. W. E. FRANKLIN, viwpres. J. E. PIERCE, sei. , p EEHRD EE I. M. ALLEN, President. ' 1.Uc1Us HENDEE, President fEtna Fire Ins. Co. FRANK NV. CHENEY, of Cheney Bros., Silk Mfrs., Hartford and New York. CHARLES M. BEACH, of Beach Sc Co. DANIEL PHILLIPS, of Adams Express Co. GEO. M. BARTHOLOMEW, President Holyoke VVater Power Company. RICHARD W. H. JARVIS, President Colt's Pat. Fire Arms Manufacturing Co. THOMAS O. ENDERS, of the fEtna Life Insurance Co. LEVERETT BRAINARD, of the Case, Lockwood 81 Brainard Co. DIREQEE RS 1 GEN. NVM. B. FRANKLIN, Vice-President Colt's Pat. Fire Arms Mfg. Co. GEO. CROMPTON,Crompton Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. HON. THOMAS TALBOT, Ex-Governor of Massachusetts, Lowell. NEWTON CASE, of the Case, Lockwood Sz Brainard Co. LVM. S. SLATER, Cotton Manufacturer, Providence. NELSON HOLLISTER, of the State Bank, Hartford. CHAS. T. PARRY, of Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia. HON. HENRY C. ROBINSON, Attorney- at-Law, Hartford. XIV . Cb ' arrls-Corhss team nglne n n n nnn s, ff, PROVIDENCE, E. 1. ngfn From IO t0 1,000 Horse Power, with 'I Harris Imprevements. THESE ENGINES ARE OF nnnxnnnnnn nlennynzljnsnln, Most Economical Steann Engine Bnilt. Send for a copy Engineers' and Steam X Users' Manual 'DY J. W. HILL, M. E. X in ,E PRICE, - -4 81.25. V l ' ' . IIIUKSE TWIST IJIIILL XI IVIIIIIIIIIIIE CU I SX tx x 'Cam '--4 -..f,-,, , 11 I 'V I, X I ' I I ff' . , III 'I ' VIII I' III, I I 'II' II IQ I ' , I' I I I I I 1 'II' I I II I IIIII :III I' 'I ' 'II "I I '-I I I .vw , I, I 'I I II II IZI I I i I If " I? I I "II I, I' I I WI It I I II A I I I I III I I I II I I, ,IW 'II I I I II II I III I IN I I I II' I UIIIII 'I I III III fl I III JI. 'I"" I" I jf-1.1 III IIIIII ,i LIDGERWOOD MFG. CG., A MANUFACTURERS OF For Railroads, Contractors, Docks, Goal Yards, Warehouses, do., do. ALSO :E'o:Ea MINES, INGLINES, aec- Two Hundred Styles and Sizes. Offices and Salesroomsz 96 Liberty Street, N. Y. Works: Brooklyn. ' I MARINE AND STATIONARY BOILERS. THE PRATTXL WHITNEY CO., so Hartford, Conn., MANUFACTURERS OF A , E Tools ion Eirarg Kind oi Machine Shop Service, Entire Plant for Seruifzg Maclzine and Ganz Mauzzfactzlre, I SPECIAL MACHINERY, CORUNDUM WHEELS. 8co. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. Erosion narrows' STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS,1 878. His Celebrated Numbers, 303 A404 170 A604 332,A and his other styles may be had of all dealefrs throughout the worlcl. I Joseph Gillott do Sons, New tern. E o E XVII RICHIVIGND STRAIGHT CUT O. I. CIGARETTES. CIGARETTE Smokers Who are Willing to pay a little more for Cigarettes than the price charged for the ordinary trade Cigarettes Will find thc RICHMOND STRAIGHT CUT NOQ I, ' , SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS. . They are made from the BRIGHTEST, MOST DELICATELY FLAVORED and HIGHEST COST GOLD LEAF CRONVN IN Virginia, and are absolutely WITHOUT ADULTERATION OR DRUGS. We use the GENUINE FRENCH RICE PAPER, of our own direct importation, which is made especially for us, NVATER MARKED With the name of the brand- RICHMOND STRAIGHT CUT NO. 'l on each Cigarette, Without Which none are genuine. Base imitations of the brand have been put on sale, and Cigarette smokers are cautioned that this is the Old and Original brand, and to observe that each package or box of RICHMOND STRAIGHT CUT CIGARETTES bears the signature of ALLEN ii GINTER, Ivlanufacturers. Richmond, Va. Also manufacturers of Well known brands, RICHMOND GEM, OPERA PUEFS, PET AND LITTLE BEAUTIES CIGARETT ES. SMOKING TOBACCOS-RICHMOND STRAIGHT NO. I, RICHMOND GEM CURLY CUT, TURKISH MIXTURE, OLD RIP, SIC. Src. EDWARD WILLIAMS, p MANUFACTURER OF FRATER ITY R. DGE , , ,m ee I 196 Broadway, New York. A i I A ' ' I f 2 , , ' 5 SEA IX l eg? Jeweler by Appointment te the Alpha Tau Omega. El ? Correspondence from all Fraternities solicited. W A15 5 Y IUCGE IVIILLIEIEVS O'ysIER Ape ren CZREEM sfrtoopl, COLLEGE DINING HALL, 112 WASHINGTON sr., HQBOKEN, XVIII ' I I I 1 I T I is CLlNTON.HALL, ASTOR PLACE and EIGHTH ST. Branches: 431 Fifth Ave., 60 Liberty St. ,-Ri-1 Total Number of Volumes irz. Library, 2.03,CDOCD. The New Publications of England, France, Germany and America are added as soon as published. The Reading Room is supplied with all the leading Professional, ' Scientific and Literary Periodicals, both of the United States and Europe. I TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, 35.00. PER YEAR. I cEo. P. ERKENBRACI-I, AMATEUR ouTF1Ts A SPECIALTY, TRY MSEEITSQ' DRY PLATES. Send for Price List. 18 BOND STREET, Cnear' BI'oadWay,D NEW YORK. nine MANUFACTURING Cn., 425 Sixth Avenue, A Between 25th and 26th Streets, MANUFACTURERS OF N E Y Q R K, BASEANDFGCW'BALL, Athletic, Rowing, Lawn Tennis and Lacrosse G' CJ CD ID S R. Cnielget eqdGq1nnesiun1Uutiitsend Hand Made Lawn Tennis Shoes. SEND FOR PRICE LIST- JNQ. F. LUTHER, TE JSXWE NIWY Aiecepntsie No 79 Nassau Street, ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS SUBMITTED -5- . 5, N E W I Y O R K, - N 'Qu . ,i-.. -is ,-Es :gl "Im, AQ! . ' . Y L XX A E NEVV YORK CAPORAL, CAPORAL Z, ST. JAMES, ST. JAMES M I MATINEE AMBASSADOR SWEET CAPORAL Warranted only Pure Tobacco and Rice Paper used in all their Cigarettes , CELEBRATED CIGARETTES Sweet Caporal ,-CORK MOUTHPIECE.-Unsurpassed for cleanliness, economy and venience. The soft feeling of the cork between the teeth, makes this the most desirable and p tlp' e b 'd b b' gth ' t' mou 1 iec , esi esa sor in e n1co ine. Straight Cut Cigarettes,-This R 1' bl bi-and is ma e rom X ra ' rime, mil l . Golden Virginia ea , an is e ines e e as to Quality, avor, and Workma er o ere or sa e. I ASK FOR KINNEY BROS. STRAIGHT-CUTS. Sold by Dealers Throughout the World MANUFACTURERS OF Balances and Weights or Precision 11" T .- ..f.f.1.- I .,II," , -2, I: "-f' IIIIV'I-I-fm 1 I " 'IIIII I IIIIIIIIIII I I I I' I I I" I IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIII -3 ll III IIIII III III I' I I. I H....IIII'IIII I I A 1. I ' Ii 1 'I '. I .I I, I I I I t 5 . A I I , ' . 'M ' I ' X "'-.II ' .. I ., - If j I I. I ll ' 'I I ' III. 'ir ' I I , II . I I:-Tie.. . 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SY - ---l-- C", E A Ilfllnl . . . - L ga: W - I Provldlng its own water under suction of 20 ft. J lv 115 and under, or using pressure water. W EE- f i' N X 531 If ' L ,J il A E"-Ziff' "T 'I ,"' A Q 2 W lilly, E g A ,lm ill llnigfl?, A mg 2 lr lllrflllllr irqgr v A 5 5.7 7 , 'f' M A Ue es Ill l m r lrrrr W ! ,rr vi1..1rg:,::1'5f5Q lsrgqzrrgggirigggissqgix I E X Z ,Q my 1 Ag I rrrr A . W, 3597! Ei 'fb y ' I H11 isf ' . VE f' 4 . Alf 3153 QVMWWZJZ ,,,,,,,A5 5 rr if AZ ' if rl- A A U ' YI if I Q Jffl W 'Uf'1lHl111mr11rrlr1iffiCfA'f QA.: I W W F3 A V H! 2 Tuff , 2 A A 3 ,ffm I Iii Ln V, 5 " I W S THE KORTING Univer al Double Tube Injector FOR FEEDING ALL KINDS OF STEAM BOILERS. ' oPERATED.EN'1'1RELY BY oNE HANDLE. Al l WILL QE WILL TAKE A .. gg EA In LI FT WATER HOT WATER UP TO : A .LFIK "' 20 FEET. K 150 ADEG. FAHR. T mr 'FQ"?l'HU . THE MOST COMPLETE AND RELIABLE BOILER FEEDER KNOWN. 6 SEND FOR DESORIPTIVE CATALOGUE. L. SOHUTTE Taz: co., OVVNERS OF PATENTS AND SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF K.ORTING'S APPARATUS, Twelfth and Thompson Sts.,r Philadelphia, Pa. XXIII H Es A 33 53 3 Q i s TGGL DEPGT jvfitihinists, Carpenters, aglhcfksmiths, Jewelers, llloulders, Carrers, Model Makers and Amateurs. A mm 1 Lathes, Plauers, 8 Rests, ' Morse Twist ' Drills Reamers HI llltl HI ,Q A ,Y Yi , ef fu-L,,mm.na55' , -V L, ,- , Planes 27 Long, 12 Wide, 8 High. Agents .for Hohson Choice Steel, Thomas Brass Company. MANUFACTURERS OF ' lmdioatimg and Micromater Calipers. A ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREE. A. J. WILKINSON 85 CG., 18481 188 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON, MASS., U. S. A. XXIV Knowles Steam Pump Works, PATENT STEAM PUMPING MACHINERY W fm . V1 ,V '. re , N l ll r ,rv ff, 1 I I . I ,nz I l I 4 m, 'Ir' I .A Ia' .122-3-vll9AT'Ill ' I P B Br Ii. J-K ' - 'iw' "t""""rf I' ' 1 visa - mrs- 1: A E- lit 1 wwf' ' t g - - 1 " A' f. 1' I , 4 ,, -Pj, A my X X - Zizgfcg '- I' A :f-f,.-i ,kj 1 - W , "" , 46 ek . , Wf h-- e A ?'1'SV'iEL fa -1TQIQIIIIIUW Iillilllllllllllllllllll lllllllllll Illllll I lQHYlIHIIHIIlI -?? SINGLE AND DUPLEX FIRE PUMPS. 'HACHRTESIHN mmm Puyxlrste- . Air Pumps and Ccmdensers. Am tm ms mmstst BQILER FEED PUMPS. SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. ,.l1. 44 Washington Street, 95 81, 97 Liberty Street, ' BHSUIVEJN. NEW YQRK. A XXV u BUILDER OF THE WRIGHT'S PATENT Automatic Cut-Off Steam Engine, coiiiouim ENGINES F011 cm WATER woiis. ALSO FOR MANUFACTURING' PURPOSES, Etc. Eighest Duty Ctuararmteed.- zip 5' Z Zi D ,J pf' Ei in ai 'il Eau f - M T z QW ia Marine and Stationary Engines, Steam Boilers and Tanks, Light and Heavy Forgings, Shafting, , Pulleys, Hangers, Mill Work, Iron and Brass Castings, Etc. A LARGE GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF PATTERNS ON HAND. WILLIAM WRIGHT. XXVI EDW. STEUDTNER, Shirt Maker and Mens Furriisher, 238 WASHINGTON STREET, 238 Bet. ea and yeh streets, H O B0 K E N , N . J . ! . SIX for S6 oo 7 50' SO CIent's White Shirts, Unlaundried, - V - - - ' V as H U 1" Fine Dress Shirts, Unlaundried, - " 7 ac as ac cc 1 H - 69 8 50 KK Q gg QI 46 CK H - -, I. Night Shirts, 54 inches long, - - - 75 cents and I OO CGLLARS AND CUFFS A SPECIALTY. Pepp jean Drawers Ready Made and to Order, 50 cents and 75 cents. All Shiffls, Dffczweffs, eff., marie on fha pffemises. DIAGRAMS FOR SELF-MEASUREMENT SENT BY MAIL II' DESIRED. Lafayette Steam Laundry Collar and Cuff Depot, Troy Style, 2 cents each. DELIVERY ON TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. J. lvl. PATTERSQN, Hieleekee, eeeeey City New I rie lireeeee AND GENERAL PACKET DELIVERY. MEETS ALL TRAINS AND STEAMEOATS. -ii. l- BAGGAGEDNI CHECKED EROIVI RESIDENCE. GENERAL TICKET OFFICE OF THE New York, West Shore Sz Buffalo R.R., New York, Ontario 85 Western R.R., and Philadelphia 85 Reading R.R OFFICE 2 254 WASHINGTON sr., HOEQKEN. XXVIII - Ji R-W1QGINS. ' T. M. ABELL. WIGGINS 8a ABELL, HNKUWNKE, ppp App STEEL. E Nll.SlI1ll6lllS' Supplies for the Course in Workshops. Stubs' Steel and Piles, Twist Drills, Taps and Dies, Reamers, Machine Screws, Vises, Anvils, Magnets, Emery, all grades, Paper, Cloth and Wuheelhsg Brass and Copper in Sheets, Rods, and Wire,- Oil Stones, Measuring I s T I 'Tapes,'Rules, Sze. I. T - in Wehcwe cz campleie Siock fyfteveffyiizzhg in Me Hardware Line and jT7Z'Q'Z.Zl6 f1zspecz'z'01z. s I A NO. 106 WASHINGTON STREET, HOBOKEN. ' LQ Q LAXQEEINESNQ DEALER IN , LllDlllS', MEEES' NND GHTLDRENT: WALKING sHoEs, EGENTS' HAND-SEWED BUTTON AND CONGRESS GAITERS IN THE LATEST STYLE. Ep 202 WASHINGTONE STREET, T HOBOKEN, N. J. XXIX THE BECKETT 86 McDOWELL 1VI'F'G CO., 'l2O LIBERTY ST., NEW YORK. WORKS:ARLINGTON, N. J. I MANUFACTURERS OF Steen. Engines, nennae ann Iltetstnng Maentneny, SHAFTING AND PULLEYS. S. HAWKRIDGE, Philosophical Instrument Maker ' T0 THE STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, . HOBOKEN, N. J., I HAS ON HAND OR MADE TO ORDER THE FOLLOWING, Blonpipe Apparatus, Speetreseopes, Magic Lanterns 81 Attachments, And Apparatus in connection with Prof. A. M. Mayer's Experimental SCICHCC Serres, for Begmners. -l.i.l.i- Student eau obtain the Necessary Supplies mentioned I1 page 37 of the 1881 Catalogue. p Stevens Institute Brass Foundry. S. HAWKRIDGE. J. A. DONALDSON. HAWKRIDGE Sr DONALDSON, Fine Brass and Gompositiou Ge-rstings Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. XXX oRtEEtTHfs PHARMACY. D. W. BARRY, Proprietor. 270 WAsi-HNGToN sTEEET,p . Corner Seventh Street. HOBOKEN, N. J. We respectfully call your attention to the Finest Assortment of FANCY GO0DS, TOILET ARTICLES, A A ' AND ' Q PERFUMERY IN THECITY. p ,We have a complete stock of PATENT MEDICINES and all DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES at greatly reduced prices. AMERICAN AND FCDREIGN MINERAL WATERS. A Hot and Cold Soda. Pure Fruit Syrups. Prescriptions prepared carefully and exclusively by a profes- sional and Well experienced Pharmacist. -1 Q .u . - Dealer in All Kinds .oft . A LUMEEE AND TXIKMEER., HARDWARE, NAILS AND SASH WEIGHTS, Bm.ss,tALvtN1ztnAHSHIPUHANDLHBY HARDWARE , . HEMP, JUTEAND MANILLA ROPES. No. 2 29 A Washington Street, C .Sixth Street, HOBQKEN, N- J- p . ,X - Tlph C116sA. A t XXXII RUSGHQS HOTEL, Northwest Corner Third and Hudson Streets. BILLIARD HALL IN T-TQEQKEN, CONTAINING THE EEST CoLLENDz-TR TABLES. FIFTY FIRST-CLASS ROOMS FOR TRANSIENT VISITORS HENRY N. PETERS, E Wholesale and Retail Dealer in , CANNED GOODS, PRESERVES, S 1 WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 223 WASHINGTON STREET, S HOBOKEN, N. J. 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LIVE, Independent Sixteen page Weekly Illustrated Journal of Practical Mechanics and Engineering I p Has the largest paldtcirculation of any strictly Mechanical Newspaper in the World ' ' ' Its columns contain .contributions from leading Mechanical Writers of the day, on the most important topics belonging to Practical-Mechanics, in- cluding all branches of Steam and Locomotive Engineering and Foundry Practice. Also correspondence on mechanical topics from 'ai large number of practical men in the shops, together with early information about the es- tablishment or erection of new shops and the enlargement of old shops. I EM PAID NOTICES OF NNY KIND GO INTO ITS READING COLUMNS. Subscription Price, U. S. and Canada. 32.50 a year Cpostage inoludedl. Single Copies, 5Ce11ts. - - A ' Emder of any Newsdealer, or send Subscription to A 2 American Machinist Publishing Co., I ' 96 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK. G. W. -P CH BRC .. 541 BRQQID WA ii ms... NEW YORK. ,1......i.1l..i- The Groups in thisissue of the BOLT were Photographed by .PACII-I.. n XXXVII A TO THE QSTUDENTS A OF THE STEVENS INSTITUTE OP TECHNOLOGY 'if'- . "-' I - Detaehabie Rest A ' EOE 'E , A O C U R A T E 2 Q in S E E E-. S E 5 'Ea A WO R K 5 2 S E . EE , Q A USE ONLY 2 NXHKUH i1WW'MWVi7g5AESWQRQSM 1 I EAEN ' Cl T 1 -TSXMWRYTYA' AF1l'St- ass oo s. E S - 0 1- SITE prm5ITHa lper Q WE CLAIM 5 Screw Caliper 11 , TO MAKE A WITH Q, Patent was er 'S Patent Washer. TT Best 'fouls Usaa. L!,,,w,:I,i -1- if I ggi., ,I gi E- 1 ' --T "' E ' Q '-:E ' 'A'-' 'll-'T' Patent Double Lip Countersink, THE FASTEST AND BEST CUTTING TOOL MADE. E752 E I V A G' th A T ' 1 g I Q vnlwv swnivwvrrunftfllwu5I,MllV"W51T E S E IIIIIZISYIIRHUIKED GHWHITSGUES fe i 2 I -.1: - .L 1" g OF T 'Tf"' ' ' .TTTIIIITNTNQETTQQNM . A ' E 3 AND xg 3 Fme Machznzsi Took f A M SENT ON APPLICATION. A A SEEE ES E SESS P. O. Box 663. CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS XXXVIII FRANK WILLIAMS CHA5 F SHIRLEY l MMAMS R S' WM? STEAM BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS 3 525119 2 E Q ENGRAVERS AND STATIONERS ez DUANE STREET B tw E1 Streetea sglroadway N E V V R K Blank Books Ruled to any Pattern and Bound ln any Style Deslreol 681142431211 attentlon paid to College andFratern1ty work XXXIX ynnisinse PATENTX VALVES. -5 F GLOBE, GATE, ANGLE, CHECK AND SAFETY. .MANUFACTURED OF BEST STEAM METAL. A Peffeeibf Tzlghz' Valve ez! ez Reasonable Price. ' gg' A A lf Q . I + 3 ' CD S E 'Z r--l E 2 'Z QD Cb ,Z cd LE CIE- QC. .15 2 ,2 3 2 as S S 5 2.4 ig E.-' Q-In Cd ::: SSO 273' xl -5 S? ,E if C1 .Q H E 2 L25 is .E- E T: E C E' QD sz- gn The .f6lZkZ'7Z.5' Dzkes used in these Valves are manufactured under our " 1880 Pat.,,' and of the 0726! known Elezsfze Cmn- ponnzi that will stand high pressure steam. To avoid imposition see that Valves are stamped JENKINS Bnos. Send for new Valve List. JENKINS BROS., 79 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. 71 John St., N. Y. XL 5 BR 0 WN 'S PA TENT F RI U T I ON- CL UT OH-P ULLE Y HSULLIEXS, SMFTENG, ANGEL S, ' Senil for Illustrated Price List to the Manufacturers, A. 8z F. BRCDWN, PROGRESS 1E.A.CEiE'E 'YX7'CDIRIEZIS., 43 Park Place, New gorlk. WORKS: 57, 59 and 61 Lewis Street, 60, 62, 64 and 66 Cannon Street BROWNUS PATENT PULLEY-STA ND T0 REPLA OE LOOSE PULLEYS. XLI E iM. AA EN 1 :TY 2 58' I r LE, 1 i 1 I ii 1 E l lf! ESTJLEIJISIEFJD 1. 84:23- Engineers and Builders of Ae rnr fr ets, RAILWAY AND NIACHINE-SHUP EQUIPMENTS. Improved Turntables, Transfer-Tables, Pivot Bridges, Sharting, Sze., Sze. S B N ERQBE? Prices, Photographs, Pamphlets, 8z,c., Furnished on Application to I WILLIAM SELLERS SL CO. ' PHILADELPHIA. 7 I BRANCH OFFICES: - New York, 7 9 Liberty Street. ,Western Oiiioe, Colorado Springs, Col. XLIII 31 ? eeme e e e a 36 to 42 Oliver Street, 800 North Second St., BQSWN, MHSS- A4 SW. HEDUIS, MQ, Engineers and Dealers in SCEZX122 EDGIDES, 19111221956 81 BOILGR3, Iron a11d1Wood-Working A MACHINERY, SHAFTING, BELTING PAND SUPPLIES. X Xxx X A. X M xg A .X CATALOGUES AND PRICES ON APPLICATION. XLIV 5 , W, , ,, , , F, ,, , - ,.. , , A . Y -. , , "A , , .li l. 5 E in 's' ,H, A V, A A i ' i A i i u i i i ii funn WU fiiii1ii'iiiiiii i' in mi i yi li l iii Ag M LQ i .ii W1 A , L K ,.,, ., 1 Mig, i , - , ,A U, V, J' 1 21' - ,xii 1 , I L 3 'g, i- iff? - 1, i,' A i 'ni " rw in .j' I -- --' "ffl 3,1-1 55' ------ 4----- 1 " , i 5 11 by I 1 1' ' -..-' - . -"... if---lf 'i a ' 0 'U ' " A1 ' 35 ' fi it 1' 'ii 'iii A 'I " - Ei ii, 5 J i' is ,M N -'A- A A A -- . A -4 A ini . i . A A :7'fj?t'? 'fiii-S ' JJ I , . ' Y 'ini i 4 : Pi - , X.: S 6' L AY-W I Jul .13 - .yi -1 Ii! '- ' ' 1 Q , 'i'lf"- T' - - .1 'H""'HiL. 'H ... L , X g in J ninnnal-f+-i--A ummm ""' i " in lg E ,,1i,M 1 g ingg g 4 A i H N i 'I ,Aj con ' iii' X A 4 'iiii1lii"iiii"4' ' " A A A ,i -I in 'ZH' Q ' lii'X-3 ji ' ' . Ag -L' niili 1 ,.,,.....,., 1 .., .Ak 'iiiin A A , V inn I , ' I .33 jf, A 1, illi' A 'E i fli iiiz ii 'ii' fini -x i -n nf' , i n i n n I i nn iii n nnnn ' AIR' COMPRESSOR PLANT. lngersflfl IQOQR Brill Go. I NO. 10 PARK PLACE, New gorli. . Rock Drills, Ein GOIIWUGSSOPS, Machinery for Tunnelling, Grading, Qunrrying, Mining, Etc. COMPLETE PLANTS FURNISHED. A ESTIMATES GIVEN. A SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE Xxx - Xe xgfw NB xx: W3 iw, . ---- X in SNA .L in W Xp A-3-i-I-i-A ig gg g i - X? Xi X xg i .,,. ,JL 1. ,..n XX Mg X X xx Q X A X DRIFTING AND SINKING-. XLV . Q V " r. mlllllll. MANUFACTURER OF FILE, lworls, Paterson, N. J. once, 101 Chambers sr., New York. We make a specialty of all Hne cuts and shapes, and the CUT and TEMPER of our work is exceptionally perfect. Our Illustrated Catalogue is of greatgassistance in helping parties to select understandingly such files as are most de- sirable for their work. Besides valuable information, it con- tains eighteen steel plates of various shapes and cuts of Hles. Mailed to any address on receipt of ten cents postage. THOMPSON Ki HOLMES, DR1lL'IQf AND GHUCKS1. 'Tam ' T .l.:fgff: V.:.-gf ',..". ji, li 12311122 ' i'l i . 5?- Xcsljsmi s g - 2 .Sf 3.55 ' -7 V V . N575 -'EEQIE , ..,,.,,g:: 1' 4 -l111 r,-. ,,,..e 4 A. 'fi .,., Price, 35.00. THE "I1NTV'INCIBLE" CHUCK Is made entirely of steel, and every part is interchangeable. Owing to the peculiar movement of the jaws, they will grip a drill stronger, and when desired release the drill more easily than any other chuck in the market. The capacity of this Chuck will take from No. 65 to yi inch, thus show- ing a wider range than any other drill chuck known. Geared Sooll Chucks, Independent Jaw Chucks, Hand and Lever Chucks, Of above manufacture are kept in Stock by JAMES FOOT, I SOLE REPRESENTATIVE, 101 Chcmnbers Street, NEW YORK. XLVI oitisi iAL sm-iivi GAUGE A COMPA Y. S i . i Business Established 185 1. iusorporated 1854. ZRMERMXN STEIXM TIIOIHPFOEYS E proved Q I r n 103, mf. W. S Sole Manufaoturers of A t est s i t ems INTDICATCDR Aiuslsfs Polar Plaumieter ' AND ci I - A?fli?iZefSf'1' A PANTOGRAPH. i ALSO, BQURDQN ssssss sss' A U A 'T -f.'- - - S with Lanes Improvement, LW AND ALL K1NDs OF Pa"t0g1'a1'h,"1'"'MyT0"g'S"' STEAMSHIP SINSTRUIVIENTS. Send for a Price List, and Mention this Book. ee oHARDoN STREET, BOSTON, MASS. XLVIH llitlfiotype Printing Qompaiiy, - MANUFACTURERS or THE FINEST PHOTO-MECHANICAL PRINTS. I 1 The "lEithotype" print is produced from a Photo- graphic negative with the finest of printing inks, by im- proved processes, some of which are new and entirely controlled by this Company. They are superior in detail and sharpness to Photographs, Steel or Wood Engravings, and in large quantities can be furnished at a great saving of expense over the two former. They can be printed upon any flexible. surface, and in effect they are like a Photographic print, but are sharper and more brilliant, YET HAVING THE SAME DELICACY. Por all kinds of work they have no equal, quality and price consideredg The process is especially adapted to represent small and ininute objects to the full or an enlarged size. Also, for fine Book Illustrations of Portraits, Architectural and Landscape Views. Trade Catalogues of all kinds. Repro- ductions of Engravings, Drawings, Photographs, etc. - The H Bolt" contains three full page Illustrations by the "Lithotype" Process: the "Institute," " Foot Ball Group," and the "Editor's Group." ,mm..mll-l- Home Office and Works : GARDNER, MASS., Bran h om Q. 114 NASSAU STREET, N. Y., C E 'ie' ' 11 WASHINGTON sr., PROVIDENCE, 11.1. XLIX I f I 4 MoNTGoMERY sl co., Stulos' Files, Tools and Steel, Grobet Files, CHESTERlVlAN'S TAPES, RULES, 8Lc. Huhert's French 'Emery Paper, Horseshoe Magnets, W111. Smith EQ Sonls Celebrated Music Wire, Nos. 2 to 30. French Sheet Steel, 3M in. wide, from 4 to 65 thousandths. CHUR-CH'S CPA TENTEDD IMP1-zo VED ,,POCKET MICROMETER. L. , -- - -f1- --. f A , H- is 5 ' 4 G - ---- -- . 15-L.. A ,-....,.,.e-an-a.'-"'sa,.7 sr 'l.'wf 1 1., ., . I , . V I., - - - ,..4 nm. V ' ,fn ' . '.- - l..- -.. --' ' " ' f' ilu -..- - K qs., dll N I ' IIIII 'l I 'hill 5.2 yi I I ,Il ffl Ii IlIillIIIIIIIIIlIi iIIlIl l Vllleqig-fl? Y "l' l ' ' Il "Mil ' "q 13 nw. -.--. will Fefe:5iE2f3iE1::eF-sei?-2573aff?-EF'514l.-?5u7:ltiIi'Q .S . - e ,t , ...lf - I X, IH 5 III IJ ng, 7 llIL,,I 1. 'II I l I 1, II ,Il I II, ,I I x X ' Calipers One Inch and Under, Priee s5.oo. A The object of this Gauge is to provide against the article to be measured being indented by the measuring bars. In the using of the thumb nut, when screwing and coming in contact with the article to be gauged, the ratchet will throw off and release the power applied and leave 'the proper size more accurate than heretofore. CHUI-lCH'S IMPROVED Q Double-Point Speed Indicator, RIGHT on LEFT, E e , 'II III1 f I Hflll QD E G K Il' II Xx W 5 :sf A 49 1 im' 5,3 i, g!!,,!,fzIm.f . , T , I I 5'7." II ol., 5 . IIT f-is if S f -1114111 I ' of-.A V- -: -hvm i If-s S T 31 I-U: .i:.ii '-w..- K " Z 4 4 5 ,, ...... I lilifi' N gs -ff 'IIVII I. ,, ,nip - Ns.- 5' i lIiP'1'lI"'Iil, ' - E.: 3 lv- '. "llll'll'l"l . Q ru. 1' . E I U 'rm fiigfllziileg ' .5 " 7 . A, . II . 11 2 1 21 - -ss.-J I I-: ,I mm-II! - fviggjfl. i AIX.: fl ip I I I -. 'I . ' ' " f -, -MJ -'zu-..m:., . 11,25 ' ' ni-'SFS I .h,,,.,, , . A- f' , ' l,,,, .' Y ' I KZ. . -I - - I Il lllllllllllllllllilml' , I in I' A 1 5' selves , PRICE, 31.50. I l 5 5 5 Machinists , Silversmiths , Jewelers , ' Die-Sinkers' and Engravers' Supplies. 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