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Page 41 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1877

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Publication Title: Daily Illini
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Page 42 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1877

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Publication Title: Daily Illini
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"THE PRINCESS : '" A PROPHECY ' - [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1877

THE PRINCESS : A PROPHECY - Kvi-rv moral or social question , which quickens the pulse of the * centuries , l i ; i- an interpreter who paraphrase * its leading princi p les in - songs iir poem-, ( iivat ihoiiglits set in metrical numliei s , ami wedded • to tuneful melodies form a harmony that will sound down the ages , in ever-widening \ il ration-. Their influence is perennial : — - Let me • write the song- of a nation an 1 I care not who makes her laws . Laws wil die , or become obsolete , but strong thoughts in p leasing meter . are immortal . All great causes have their noetic . ehaiupioiis ; sometimes the \ • write as recorder * - ol pa-l rwnl-. t c-euing them from oblivion : some- : • time * as leaders , inspiring to heroism and devotion : sometimes as pro- ¦ • phel * , casting shadow * before . Forthiilv year * or more before the . outbreak of the slaveholder s rebellion , Whittier foretold the approach of ( he % -ii-repi-e--i ! i ! i ( .-onllic ! . 1 lli- hand-writing upon...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1877

¦>\ SgS ? y ; .. H . «—»¦ , — : ^ V OL . yi . . ;;; ;; MKy ,,. i 87 7 . - No / 8- ^ p T : EC : E : ILLINI , PUBLISHED AND PRINTED AT THE Illinois Industrial University LEARNING AND LABORS * : ¦ ¦¦ , ... . _ ; » . : ¦ . ¦ - : ¦ . . - CONTENTS : CONTRIBUTIONS : PAGE . Charles Dickens , —P 2 S 7 . A Plea for Poetry , —T . A . R ,.. 291 The Study of N / tur . U Ilistoiy , —T . J . B 294 Varied Cadences ot Lite , —Pe . irl 297 Thoughts by the \ Va \ hide , —G . C R 298 Monuments , —( . W . A 301 Tiifles ,, —E . M . W . 303 Capital in Agi [ culture , —R . A 304 1 I . topia ot American Institutions , —R . D . F 306 Editoiial , 309 Science Notes , 313 Ai ound the University , 315 Persoi als , 320 College W 01 Id 321 Our E \ changes > , .- 321 TERMS— $ 3 . 00 a lTear in Advance . ! I ALL C OKUCSPONDENCB SHOULD BC ADDRESSED THE ILUNI , I CHAMPAIGN * ILL . fi • wkzp * ^ sasaKi ——— 1 n * ~ r > liiii ihii 1 ~~ im i in iiiT i iMWiwaiiiwiiwiB ¦

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1877

FITS EPILEPSY ^ or FALUN- SICKNESS Permanently . Cured—no linnvbuffr-liy . one month s tisaneof Dr * Goulard s Cel- . - . ¦ « brated Infallible Fit Powders . To con - vince sufferers that these pmv . de . is will-do sill wc claim tor them , we will sendthem by mail , ., post-paid , a free Trial box .. As Dr . Qoui-: ard istiio . only , physician that lias ever made this disease a .. specialstudy , and as to our knowledge thousands have been-permanent- ; , ly enrcd by the use of these Ponders , wc -will Biiarraiirec a permanent cure in everv case , or refund you all money ex- , pemled . AUsufibrers should jjive these powders an early ; trial , and be-convinced , « their curative powders . . -. ..: . Price ; tor large box , Sy *> , or 4 . hoses lorijio-. • f ent bv mail to anv part of United States or Canada on rccvigt of price , or by express C , O , D . Address , : ¦ -. ¦¦ . , • ASK & ROBBINS , ; T v . .-3 C 0 Kulton Street , IJrookiyn , N . y . H O ¦¦ 7 - ; C...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1877

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1877

¦ DOWN AV 1 TH HIGH PRIGES ! . ¦ ; ,- :.. . v ¦ - ... Tl » , OlJBt MOTTO , J - ¦ - ¦ : .:: \ /; 7 he old Students all knovj it , and the Ncv : ones oitght to , hat . ; rL © G ^ l ;; - & . ; : ; ^^ DN ? S . ¦ is ike cheapest place in Chrmpaign , to buy- .... . first class goods at reasonable rates .. : : LOOK AT OUR PRICES , AND THEN BE CONVINCED : islclass Note Paper , io and 15 cts . per . quire , 1 st class Mucilage , is ; cts . per Bottle , • ¦ . Fools Cap 15 26 . -. . . • Ink , ; ¦ • ¦ . 5 . . ¦ . Best Drawing Pencils 4 for 25 ; cents Best Envelopes made , 10 cents , . Ersaas . eaaa . ber ttie place , OiA-IC St . iTe & r JDpaxie 3 E 2 © -a .-3 e . 7 ALEXANDER SPE ^ CEj DEALER IK Groceries ^ Provisions , <& Bakery , . Corner of Main and Market Streets , URBAN A ; -: - ILLINOIS . 1 keep , constantly on hand a full line of STAPIJE & FANCT GROCERIES , Which I will sell as cheap as any . house in the county . Special attentio...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1877

JU » fe ^ rihmiclrf gmi % isi 2 , URBAN A , CHAMPAIGN COUNT r , // . L / NO / S . r i ^ ntific and . Polytechnic University , founded jointl y b y the . United States arid the State of Illinois , offers SURPASSED FACILItlES FOR EDUCATION ;; In the following departments : ; ., ... . . . College , of Agriculture , including the School of Agriculture andthe ; : ool of Horticulture . I J he College of Engineering , including the Schools v of Mechanical Engineering , of Civil Engineering ,. ofMiningEngineering , arid of Architecture ; III . The . College , of Natural Science , including theSchoolsI of Chemistry and of . Natural History .. ; .. .., . - ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ : ¦ ¦ AY . ?/ w College of Lita-qtureand ~ Sciencc , \ xivX \\ d \^ Modern Languages , and of Ancient Languages / •¦ : ; . ; . ADMI § SlON > ; > : ¦ : • .: : ¦ ¦ 7 ¦;¦ . • • ¦ : .-, ¦ . ¦ The best timefor . entrance is at the beginning of the College year in September but students may . enter ...

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CHARLES DICKENS- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1877

CHARLES DICKENS- HY P . The true object of the novel is to portray human life ; to so picture the misery of its miseries , the pleasure of its joys , the intermingling of the noble with the low and base , the pure and true witli the false , that , viewing the picture , we may feel the right and true rising within us , and overwhelming the wrong ; that we may be truer to ourselves , truer to humanity—truer to humanity s God . Charles Dickens has thus pictured humanity . No touch is want - ing to complete the pictures . Every stroke is from the hand of a master . One fact has helped him in this delineation : he wrote with : J fixed end in view ; every novel has been written for some definite end . Dickens was a philanthropist , but not one of the milk and water kind . His was a strong and healthy nature , loving but never verging upon * sickly scntimentalism . Suffering must be mitigated , but justice musf prevail—though men suffer . He wastes no tears over crime in punishment . Uriah...

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A PLEA FOR POETRY- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1877

A PLEA FOR POETRY- BV T . A . K . —Philomathean Society . Poetry is the expression of the spirit in sensible forms by means of images , created by and presented to the imagination . As civilization advances , images give way to general terms . Language , the vehicle of thought , becomes more philosophical and scientific , hence poetry necessarily declines . Nations and men first percieve and then abstract . Consequently there is a growing tendency in the present age to destroy poetical taste and underestimate the real value of poetry . Language in its rudest state is poetical . Then , all communication of thoughts , desires and feelings are carried on by means of images which nearest represent or portray the conceptions . By poetry I mean imaginative composition in a broader sense than mere ry thm and measure . I mean the art of emyloying words in such a manner as will produce a picture on the imagination as a painter does by means of his colors on the con \ as . Enlightened society...

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THE STUDY OF NATURAL HISTORY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1877

THE STUDY OF NATURAL HISTORY . BY T . j . B . All study in its full and gjneral bearing has two and only two main uses or values . The first is that called practical , —the second known as discipline . Without stopping here to discuss the appropriateness of these terms or even to assert that what one implies is in reality different from that of the other , we affirm that as ordinarily understood they are all-comprehensive , including every thing claimed for education and sufficiently distinct for the purposes of this paper and to justify a considerable difference of treatment in our methods of education . Knowledge in the first instance is acquired for its direct specific application . The engineer and the mechanic must know the strength of the material they use ; the lawyer must know the exact terms of the statute ; the farmer must know the vital conditions upon which alone he may hope for success . Something else will not do . These persons cannot exchange their information and ea...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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VARIED CADENCES OF LIFE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1877

VARIED CADENCES OF LIFE . BY PEARL , —Alethenai Society . The breath of spring was ot , the air , And birds were singing wild , As through a grassy shady lane There passed a little child . For very joy she flew along , And gathered flowers fast . The dew-kissed daisies rose again When her light foot had passed . And while she plucked the sweet May flowers , Scarce pausing on her way , In tones more thrilling than the birds Rang out her roundelay . There s beauty everywhere on earth , Theres music in the air , There s sunshine from the bright blue sky , And all my life is fair . Along a way the June rose walled , Where myrtle hid the ground , Her hands with snow lilies filled , With orange blossoms crowned , A lively maiden robed in white Danced on in youths full pride , While , ivy wreathed , with silver lute , . Love faded by her side . He lifts the lyre with amyranth twtned , His deft hand wakes a strain . So ravishing , her raptured soul Bursts forth in glad refrain ; O beauty cr...

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THOUGHTS BY THE WAYSIDE- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1877

THOUGHTS BY THE WAYSIDE- BY o . c . R . —Adelphic Society . Youth has been called the seed time of life ; but we are now enjoying the most profitable period for storing our minds with useful knowledge , although-many of us have passed that period known as youth . This being the most profitable period for preparing ourselves to perform our part in the world , we should be careful that weputev- : cry moment to its best use . The world is calling for workers . Life is a constant struggle for fame , and the world is so well filled with material from which we may derive it , that all who struggle for true fame can secure a liberal position . We should carefully guard against being blinded by the world . We should carefully examine every star that seems to be bright , and only take those to guide our course which have true brightness , remembering that it takes considerable study to draw- a line separating them . The American idea at present would lead us to believe the more money we make...

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MONUMENTS- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1877

MONUMENTS- BY c . w . A . — Scientific Association . Nations , to mark the departure of their loved and honored , to commemorate the achievements of their heroes , open up their treasuries-to rear massive columns of granite and marble , even while the people perish for lack of bread . In our two largest cities of the dead , Greeiir wood and Mt . Auburn , is lavished enough money , if wisely expended , to relieve all the suffering poor of our two largest cities of the living . It is fitting that a nation commemorate its heroes . The achievements of the great and good kept fresh in the minds of men , do much towards lifting humanity to a higher plane . But can the 19 th . century do no better than erect to its honored dead Egyptian-like pyramids and columns hidden away in some secluded corner to be visited onl y at rare intervals ? Yes . What more fitting monument could Agassiz , the great American ambassador of nature have , than the muse um of comparative zoology at Cambridge , kept...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1877

l ( he generations whose remains feed it ? All plar . ts arc not beautiful ; yet there must be some good in each one ; for it is only after untold generations of flowerless plants have grown and decayed that others come and gather up the food thus supplied into the delicate beauty of of the flower . So our civilization is but the monuments ot many noble lives spent in correcting the wrongs of humanity , pointing out to indir y iduals and nations a nobler being , and urging them onward towards perfection . Equality , justice , and liberty are not new conceptions . In Greece and Rome the people strove for liberty , and though they did not attain their object , America read from the historic page , liberty , equality and justice , and with the sacred blood of the nation s honored dead-whose monument our country is-indelibl y stamped those divine words on a monument more durable than wood or stone , where they will be read with delight by all future generations : and , when the greatest...

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