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

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Publication Title: Daily Illini
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Page 41 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1877

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Page 42 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1877

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GENIUS AND ART . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1877

GENIUS AND ART . He doth hcs-tndc the narrow world like a Colossus . . Such is the man of genius . Society is his laboratory . lie is its living , thinking chemist : he tests , combines and analyzes the elements , forces and characters in a diverse humanity , with as penetrating a mind as Hunsen , his chemicals an ; i minerals . Nothing batlles , nothing eludes , nothing bewi . ilers him ; every thing is revealed to that Argus eve , that Herculean brain . Born , it . mav be , amid the cobwebs and chall * and hav of the manger he crowns bis pale brow with a diadem of stars and chains men with fetters , makes the terrible and gentle , the proud and the meek , lhe sculler and the believer , slaves . Slaves ! Willing slaves lo a WIN ! thai scorns the low . the mean , the earthly , that l---vi-s the high , the exalted , the heavenly . The power of me :: of genius defies calculation . The mathematician with his unerring figures , the philosopher , the historian alike fail to account for t...

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THE COLLEGE WORLD- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1877

THE COLLEGE WORLD- Hinsdale College , Michigan , lias 2 S 9 studants . Trinity College s new building will not be ready for a year instead of in September as was exrected . Richmond College , one ofthe best patronized colleges of Virginia ,, this session matriculates one hundred and forty-two . The oration befo-e the Phi Beta Kappa , of Brown University will be delivered this year by Prof . \\ . A . Sumner , of Yale . Medical diplomas were recently awarded to twelve graduates of the Womees Medical College of the New York Infirmary , and to nine graduates of the N ; w York Mecical College and Hospital for Women . A party of Princeton College students have completed arrangements for a three months exploring expedition of the Green River Yallev , Wyoming Tv . There will be fifteen student . 1 -, two professors , with the necessary allendents . Judge S . C . Hastings , of San Francisco , has offered to deposit $ 100 , 000 with the treasurer ot California , on condition that the state sh...

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SYMPATHY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1877

SYMPATHY . In the beginning it was not good for man to be alone , and as it was in the beginning , so is it to-day . Through all the ages , human nature has not changed ; the same instincts , the same passions , the same yearnings , that characterized the human nature of the past , are none the less characteristic of the human nature of the present . In the beginning it was not good for man to be alone beacause it was not good for man to be without sympathy , the great sustaining power , the golden chain that binds humanity together as a whole , the vital element that not only imparts life , energy and ultimate nobility to the individual , but also secures the organization and advancement of communities . It has been said that every man would be a distinct species to himself were there no sympathy among individuals . He might isolate himself from the rest of mankind , he might retire to some desolate place , to some wild retreat , and there rear a habitation to protect himself from ...

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* - ^» - « , LITERATURE IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1877

* - ^» - « , LITERATURE IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS . Every clan tribe , or people under the sun with a name have a Literature , rude and uncultured as it may be , heralded among them by song or story and transmitted from generation to generation by tale or legend , yet heroic deeds of heroic men and records of past events thus widely perpetuated are essential to even a savage and constitute his literature . There is something in the past to which all men cling , and written or unwritten productions to which tribes and nations adhere with a tenacity which only total distruction can prevent . Ancient and modern timesdemonstrate the fact . The tales and legends of the ancients fired the hearts of nations . The written , adored productions of modern times , national in sentiment and character are proofs of ibis deep laid , inborn sentiment . You ask a German of his literature and he will tell you ¦ ¦ Die Waeht am RhevtC mid ^ Die J r atcriand n arc his incentives to action and that they lead...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1877

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1877

MAHCPiOTORBBS ABB CfiALEBS IK BOOTB ANDjSHOSS . IHis . uc SicLe , C 3 a . a . in . 2 » £ vigXJ . . tr . yr . S-CPIXI-I & . IRID , I AMD HAUPEES PATE HT OPEBA BOOT . STITCHKD ROOTS A MPKCTAT . TY . TIEIRMAN S I 1 LOCK , , 14 , MAIN ST ., URBANA , ILLINOIS , i ¦ . . ¦ . . . ; 1 STl ) a » K ?< TS , ; ATrENTION ! You will find to your advantage to buy your Statioiterg EiOCKE teMAMWOim 9 ® . Full . Stock , and Eowest Prices . . in the city . > S ^ TTD ^ SUBSCRIBE FOR ^ THElLUNlI DBVOTHI ) ENTIRELY TO THE INTERESTS QF TfFE UNIVERSITY AND THE STIIDENTS . SUBSCRIPTION ONE , DOLLAR PER YEAR , . CR 15 CENTS FOR SINGLE COPIES . ; PROGRAMMES , . ; . - H &« * DBILLS ; - v . ¦ ¦ .:.. < : ¦ ^ ^ :- ; - ; -- ,-D 0 BGMS , ^ :, ;^ ; : /; . ;;; > CA & D ^ E ^ C DONE IN- GOOD QRDEK : AND p ^ iHORT ; NOTICE ; AT .- ;¦ TH ^^ lL ^ i ^ i / p ^ iGE . : V ; v ; ; ; - : : • - . . SEND IBr- ; -Y < 3 PI * : : ORDERS .. /&a...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1877

,: iiirt ^ . . ¦¦¦ xis . f ¦• .. ¦ - ,-, - ¦ ; - r w * .... .. ¦ -a ™ - ¦ ¦ • . • ;¦ The first floor is occupied by the . Mechanical and Architectural laboratories of the schools of Mechanicjjj ^ Eng ineering and of Arch- . , itcctiire . - These -laboratories-sire arn ply Quipped with machinery and - appliances . The iron and wood vyorking machinery is almost constantly in action , driven b y steam power . The engine is 16 nominal horse-power , of tht . aiitoiriatic , or variable cut-off pattern ; The line of iron ! shafting is 72 feet . long . / JY The .. work carried on in these shops is of two kinds , educational and remunerative ; theformer for instructing the classes in the use of tools arid in coristritction ; while the latter is for the benefit of students who wish to work tor ptiy . /> . • ¦/ . The work consists of general jobbing and manufaeturhigj several articles of manufacture -being solely supplied to the markets by these shops . Parties wishing , articles ma...

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WOOD CARVING . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1877

WOOD CARVING . L . G . Wood-carving , one form of applying sculpture to purposes of lecoration , is one of the oldest and most important branches of indusrial art . The present enthusiasm , dating from the Centennial Exhibition , nd the Cincinnati School of Design , is no more nor less than an American Renaissance , having for its back ground the best art culure of the Old World in centuries past . This renaissance owes its existence among us , and its almost un- > reeedented success , to the energy and enthusiasm of Mr . Pittman , md most of all to his invention of light and manageable tools , makng it not only pleasurable but possible for women unaccustomed to nuscular labor to do very creditable work without too long and vearisome training ; but what especially recommends it to us , ( as a > ractical and art-loving people ) is its perfect adaptability to the pur- > oses of househo d decoration . Manv art critics point to the high-relief carving of...

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NECESSITY OF EXERCISE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1877

NECESSITY OF EXERCISE . BY c . The necessity of exercise is provided for in the constitution of the hum in hotly , and the order of external nature and when performed with due regard to the laws and rights of our being it is in every respect a benifit and a blessing ; but persued to excess , as has unhappily h- cn too common in the past history of mankind , it is perverted into d rugery and then becomes a curse . A great many persons have a tendency to overwork a narrow portion of their constitution and underwork the remainder , so that a hirge part of it is not called into activity for which it was designed , and which is necessary to health . Exercise effects all the vital processes which are essential to life . The circulation of the blood , which is the great fountain of life , is aid . d by-the--contraction of the voluntary muscles which by press- ing upon the walls of the veins tend to force along the current of blood carrying with it all waste products and rapidly transferrin...

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"PROGRESS . " [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1877

PROGRESS . E . Kays . Man is a progressive being . In his natural state he finds pleasure only in activity . He was created for the circumstances that surround him , for nowhere ia the broad universe is there nook or corner which the inactive being will fill . Progression not retrocession has been theguule of the Great Master since The morning stars sang together , and was stamped upon each planet as it sped away into space , and took up its place mid the revolving spheres . Change this law and universal nothingness is the result . Change this and all is a failure , but success is certain when To the beautiful order of His works we learn to conform the order of our lives . History ! the record of the life of m . mkind , the doings of the nations of the earth which have gradually advanced to what we call civilization is but another example of this universal law . Civilization the child of progress ! Far back in the beginning of history we catch the first glimpse of man just emerging ...

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MAGIC AND MIRACLES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1877

MAGIC AND MIRACLES . BY A . W . P . —Philontathean Society . Is- it not strange that things performed as miracles are so universally believed , while the deeds and tricks of magic and witchcraft are totally ignored arid disbelieved by all . It is not many years , bince the belief in witchcraft was as universal as the belief in miracles is to-day . Nay , much more so . One was as thoroughly believed as the other up to the latter part of the sixteenth century . John Wier , a learned and able physician of Cleves , was the first to arrange in a logical and systematic form a treatise against magic . In this treatise , which is termed liDe freacstigiis Daemonum ? he did not deny the ixistence of witchcraft nor question its truth . But being moved to pity by the great number who were yearly convicted , and put to death for this crime , he made a fervent appeal , rather to the sympathies than to the reason , of the inquisitors and judges . His argument was that many of the unlucky men and w...

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HIS HOLINESS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1877

HIS HOLINESS . M . L . — Alethenai . One pleasant day a party of Juniors , of class 78 , found themselves in the Portico of Piazza de St . Petro , opposite the entrance to the Vatican . Our guide carried a square envelope and an Italian seeing the paper , instantly divined why we were there . The envelope contained permission for an audience with his Holiness . Imagine our thoughts as we went down the grand entrance hall , with the Swiss guards in their brilliant uniforms , at either end . After passing through the entrance hall we ascended the Royal staircase constructed by order of Pius the IX ; it is a splendid work with its white carrara balustrades , beautiful col urns and walls , perfect mirriors in marble . These stairs lead from the right to an ante room over looking the court of St Damascus . Here we are met by the major Domo of the Palace who conducted to the audience chamber of His Holiness . This is a longroom with beautiful mosaic floor , the walls from the paneling to ...

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WAR . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1877

WAR . The first man that came into this world thought very likely that the world with all that was in it was concieved for his special benefit , that it was a gift which even the giver had no right to concern himself about after he had relinquished his title to it , and since there was no other person just then to debate with him the question , who shall own all this and who shall be slave , or which is my share , the western or eastern half , it may be justly supposed that this solitary individual could have no other convictions or could hardly be persuaded into a different belief , The advent now of another individual with similar powers , characteristics and the love of conquest , would immediately give rise to dissensions , and as the peaceful institution of modern civilization , the settling of grave difficulties between nations bv arbitration , was not then known or dreamed of , the result would be war and that too with the attendant disadvantages , for modern warfare makes a ...

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