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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

MORGANS FERROTYPE GALLERY , Over J . B . Arnold & Bros . A Liberal Reduction to Students . GEO . H . HAPGOOD & CO ., Proprietors of NEIL ST . LIVERY STABLE , CHAMPAIGN . ILLINOIS . . Omnibus and Baggage Orders , for both day and night trains , will be promptly attended to by leaving them at the Doane House . FIRST-CLASS LIVERY DAN L . GARDNER , W . CURTISS , C.L. BURPEE GARDNER, CURTISS & BURPEE BANKERS , URBAN A , - - - ILLINOIS . TRANSACT ANY BUSINESS THAT BANKERS DO , UPON TERMS THAT ¦» . ¦¦• SAFE BANKERS DO IT . H . STEWART , MERCHANT TAILOR , Dealer in Piece Goods , Gents Furnishing Goods A Good Fit Guaranteed . No . 49 Main Street , Urbaha .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

A. H. ANDREWS & CO., LARGEST MANUFACTURERS IN THE COUNTRY OF SCHOOL, CHURCH , HALL , and OFFICE FURNITURE ~^^ _ HoIbroak's Liquid Slating , warranted to give satisfaction . Oldest and best blackboard surface extant . Andrews' Patent "TRIUMPH" SHCHOOL DESKS . Six Can be applied to hard finished walls , or old boards , sixes . The best made -- most comfortable . Outline Maps , Charts , Globes , School and College Apparatus , all kinds . Send for ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE to this address , A . H . ANDREWS & Co . 213 Wabash Avenue , CHICAGO , ILL . J . T . PEARMAN , M . D ., Physician and Surgeon , Metropolitan Block , CHAMPAIGN , ----- ILLINOIS . ¦ WM . SIM , URBANA , - - - ¦ ILLINOIS . DEALER IN University Text Books AND STATIONERY , Perfumery , Soaps . Combs and Brushes , Trusses , Supporters , and Shoulder Braces . Fancy and Toilet Articles , Drugs and Medicines , Chemicals , Kerosene Oil , Lamps and Chimneys , Grass and Garden Seeds . Glass . Putty , Paints , Oi...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

The Illinois industrial Universityt > __ M _ MKB _ Iill m * Si iiiiMiiTii | MW ! IHW ^ BHwii == ° ~ . £ • s . -fF ^^^ ffl ^ B ^ B m III fl III IMflirfffiilil ^ SK ^ f This Scientific and Polytechnic University , founded jointly by the United States and the State of Illinois , offers UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOR EDUCATION In the following Departments : I . The College of Agriculture , including the School of Agriculture and the School of Horticulture . II . The College of Engineering , including the Schools of Mechanical Engineering , of Civil Engineering , of Mining Engineering , and of Architecture . III . The College of Natural Science , including the Schools of Chemistry and of Natural History . IV . The College of Literature and Science , including the Schools of English and Modern Languages , and of Ancient Languages . There are also a . School of Commerce , and a Sohool of Military Science . ADMISSION . The . best time for entrance is at the beginning of the College y...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

THE ILLINI . ¦ ? . ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . Learning and Labor .

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EARLY SPRING FLOWERS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

EARLY SPRING FLOWERS . BY H . S . R . When the earth breaks her icy fetters , and the snowy covering gives way to spring showers , with what eagerness we watch for the opening buds of early verdure ; how we pry into every nook and corner of the woods among the withered , last year s leaves , to see if , perchance , we may be rewarded by a glimpse of our old friends , the flowers . Perhaps it would be of interest to examine , for a short space of time , the names and characteristics of these early harbingers of spring . The following list of flowers are usually found between the first of April and the middle of May , in this latitude of Central Illinois . The exact date cannot be given for each species , as the seasons often vary , from year to year , as much as two weeks . The forest tree blossoms we will say but little of , as being of not so much interest to the general reader as the bright colored florets at his feet . The flowers of these trees are quite imperfect , often the st...

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SOCIETY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

SOCIETY . Dr . Gregory made the following statements in regard to this subject : The advantages of society are only half understood ; society is good . All stations in life are valuable according to the social advantages . And again , The most powerful of all educating influences , is the society of our fellow beings . Now , if this be true , many people lose the best education the world can give them ; and it is especially true of students , that is , students who give themselves up to the pursuit of knowledge . Day after day , evening after evening , and even on the Sabbath day , they shut themselves up with their books , forgetful , or entirely unmindful , of the rich field of knowledge which can never be theirs till they tear themselves away from books and self , and mingle in society , making their own observations upon human nature , and gathering bits of wisdom from the conversation of older and wiser persons . To be sure , some society , and society in general is not particu...

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, COLLECTIONS OF INSECTS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

, COLLECTIONS OF INSECTS . BY T . J . B . The entomologist need never rest ; all seasons of the year provide him with an abundance of labor . In winter , when at first thought , we should count his occupation gone , he , in reality , is fully occupied . His collections need arrangement , classification , preservation , etc . ; he finds long hours of study demanded , and not a little real manual toil . But , besides this indoor work , the nooks and crannies of old fences , buildings , bark of trees , together with the twigs of the garden , the orchard and the forest furnish him exhaustless supplies for his most ambitious industries . His collections , gathered at this inclement season , show a wonderful variety of cocoons and eggs ; from which , with patience , may be obtained many rare specimens to gladden his heart , and to , perhaps , enrich the science . But it does take patience and perseverance to gather in winter , and to wait and watch until spring time for the results . Amer...

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OUR SCHOOLMATES IN ITALY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

OUR SCHOOLMATES IN ITALY . [ Extract from a private letter from Mattie E . Gregory . ] FLORENCE , ITALY , March 20 , 1874 . To-night I keep turning from my book , no less weightier a volume than Kugler s Handbook of Painting , and its long descriptions of dulled mosaics and flat twelfth century paintings , to thoughts of the Illinois home . Peace rest upon , it , this March night ! We can safely picture storms and winds for you these spring days , for even in Florence , la bella , rains fall and clouds lower , making a somewhat dismal sky for people just up from Naples , the land where summer sings and never dies , where an apron full of camelias , real camelias , fresh and wax like , is offered for half a franc , and of violets and heliotropes there is no end . We went up one hundred and twenty steps in the hotel Washington to reach our rooms , but once there , we had , from the balcony , a view over all the bay , on to Sorrento and Capii , with their soft masses of rocks vailed wi...

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MAY DAY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

MAY DAY . It may be interesting to gather a few facts respecting the ist of May , which has been in olden times regarded as a holiday , a day of general festivity and enjoyment , and which , even now , makes us feel glad , ( if it does nt snow . ) It seems as if Nature had been dead during the winter months , and was resurrected to a new and more beautiful life each spring . When the flowers first make their appearance , we feel an instictive desire to go to the woods , gather them , admire their delicate beauty , inhale their fragrance , and we feel new life within ourselves . There is a sort of gratitude to the Creator for his beautiful gifts , mingled with our joyousness . We may safely infer that this universal feeling was prevalent in olden times and led to the founding of May Day customs . The Romans used to have Floral games , commencing on the 28 th of April , and lasting a few days . Other nations in following this custom , finally settled on the ist of May as the proper ti...

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IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN . BY C . W . [ Delivered in the Adelphic Society , Friday evening , April 17 th . ] Gentlemen of the Society : —I have chosen for my subject to-night the simple though impressive words , It Might Have Been ; but my subject is not so much the words themselves , as the meaning which they convey , the thought connected with them . They are the outward garb of an inner regret , deep rooted in the heart of many a human being . They are words that have been iterated and reiterated ever since the primal birth of man . They are words that have sorrowfully passed the lips of many a mortal now no more ; and their very utterance seems heavy with the consciousness of failure , of an attainable end unattained . The speaker of them does but unconsciously acknowledge the former existence of a period , replete with golden opportunities and mighty possibilities , neglected and uncared for . It may have been , and probably was , the ever-existing intention to animate a slothful spi...

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NEWSPAPERS IN AMERICA . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

NEWSPAPERS IN AMERICA . BY F . A . P . It is an acknowledged fact that the prosperity of all nations depends upon the intelligence of its people . We see this exemplified in the history of all countries . That nation whose institutions of learning are most numerous , and whose facilities for education are most extensive , stands highest in social , moral , and political rank . Hence , any means of education becomes at once a popular reform and a national benefit . The school system of this country takes a prominent position among the causes which unite to place it first on the list of civilized governments . But the most prominent of these causes , the one most vital to its interests , the one most active in directing its affairs , is its newspapers . Take from the United States her newspapers , and you create the first of a series of circumstances that will finally result in her overthrow . Her decay would then be more swift than has been her growth under this most wholesome influe...

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RESPIRATION DURING SLEEP . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

RESPIRATION DURING SLEEP . M . Delbruck has made some researches on the quantity of air required for breathing during sleep . It strikes him as singular that , while all medical men are unanimous in prescribing several cubic metres of pure air for each person sleeping in a room as absolutely indispensable for health , all animals appear to shun the open air as much as possible , in order to compose themselves to sleep . Thus the lion and tiger retire to some dark cavern where the air is confined ; the dog goes to his kennel and thrusts his nose under his belly ; birds , to which the open air would appear to be a necessity whether asleep or awake , retire to some private corner and put their heads under their wings . Nay , what does the schoolboy when left in a dormitory aired with particular care ? If he finds he cannot fall asleep , the first thing he does is to bury his head finder the bedclothes . Hence , M . Delbruck concludes that if , when awake , we exhale a certain quantity ...

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THE ANGEL ELOQUENCE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

THE ANGEL ELOQUENCE . PEDRO . [ Recited at Dedication of the Philomathean Hall , March 7 , 1874 . ] - • - • Twas nights full noon ! and the red moon hung On the West , like a bloody shield , and flung A ghostly light upon the dreaming face Of the rose-crowned year . The tremulous earth Aghast looked out through the wilds of space And saw to the South the storm-footed cloud Like warriors hurrying each to his place . No spot in the desolate vault was dearth Of darkness but the moon , and een its light , . Like the horrid gleam of unholy shrouds On temples of interment after night , Died out apace , and darkness reigned outright And chill affright . Prophetic pause ! as when , In mortal combat , hosts of armed men In silence take the field , with streamers high , So swept the clouds majestic up the sky . As once upon the battlements afar , When Satan rose rebellious in his might , Angels ran up the oriflamme of war , And groaning cannon shook the gates ajar , So now , a flash ! a deafe...

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THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

THE UNIVERSITY . ENGINEERING EXCURSION . The Senior Class in the School of Engineering returned from the annual trip for the examination of bridges and other engineering works , on April nth . By the kindness of the General Manager , Mr . C . W . Smith , passes were obtained over the I . B . & W . Railway to Peoria , and the examination of the bridges , etc ., in and about the city , was made the . principal work of the trip . The class started on the morning of the 8 th , all present except Mr . I . O . Baker , sick . We kept Straight all the way to Peoria , as did all on the train . We learned afterward the reason , our conductor was Mr . Wm . Straight . Inquiring still further we heard that we should return with Conductor Angle , but kept Straight on our return . On the way out a cylinder head , blew out , three miles this side of Farmer City , after which we jerked along with a one-legged motion , and got to Peoria iri time for supper . The evening was spent in an ex...

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LANDSCAPE GARDENING . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

LANDSCAPE GARDENING . One of the principles not put down in the books upon this art is , that the effect produced must be pleasing and attractive to the particular tastes , or , perhaps , want of taste of the individuals for whom the work is done . The same arrangement of trees , of walks , and of flower-beds will not do for all communities , no more than it will answer for all individuals . To the woodman and to the communities of woodmen there is no beauty in a forest tree aside from the clean , straight trunk , suggestive of easy work and clear lumber ; hence , in timbered countries , the ax is unmercifully used around the spot selected for the dwelling . Grass , to an early settler upon our prairies , meant pasturage for cattle , and around the neatest cabins the bare , compressed earth was carefully cleaned of every vestige of vegetation and daily swept by the art-loving housekeeper . After a time , the roadways are kept bare by travel , the cultivated fields show broad areas o...

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THE ALETHENAI SOCIETY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

THE ALETHENAI SOCIETY . On Wednesday afternoon , April 8 th , I had the pleasure of attending the literary exercises of the above organization . Until quite recently the ladies would not admit the sterner sex as spectators , fearing , perhaps , they might view them with the critic s eye , or that their presence would embarrass the performers . But a wider scope of reason and a deeper investigation as to the probable results , turned the scale in favor of open doors during the literary exercises . The good attending such a decision could be seen by the attendance of eighteen visitors of the male persuasion on the day specified . It chanced to be the time for the inauguration of the new officers , and the address of the president elect was written in plain , yet forcible style and well delivered . I have listened to many inaugural addresses , and must say in justice to the Alethenai Society that this production was superior , in my estimation , to anything I ever heard in the I . I . ...

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PERSONALS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

PERSONALS . Miss Mary Burgess writes that since her return home she has spent a good portion of her time in reading the newspapers , as she found that , after neglecting that branch of her education for the past six months , she was sadly behind the times . Miss Mae Columbia remains at home this Spring term , but it is not improbable that she may return to the University next year . We believe she expects to assist her father in his office by doing a share of his writing . We were informed a short time since that Miss Anna Canby , who attended the University two terms of last year , has been teaching school since March 25 , 1874 . You say there is nothing strange about that , for many of the girls teach in the Spring , but her s is a school of one , and Mr . Thomas Denny , of Lincoln , 111 ., is her pupil . We gladly extend to her the congratulations ordinarily given to persons assuming the responsibilities of such schools . That Princeton gentleman , who recently favored his Alma M...

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MARRIED . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1874

MARRIED . At Auburn , Alabama , April 2 2 d , 1874 , by the Rev . S . L . Loveless , of the M . E . Church , Mr . E . W . Linn and Miss Jennie Riley . This information came directly from Ed . at the Louisville Hotel , Louisville , Ky ., and was accompanied by one of Uncle Sam s picture papers , for which the ILLINI dances with joy and sends many thanks . We , the editors , send congratulations to Mrs . Linn , for we know she has made a good bargain whatever the price . Edwards cup of happiness was Riley but is clear now , and is full to running over . We wish him much joy , and hope the word will never be spelt jawey .

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