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ANOTHER TRUTH . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1878

ANOTHER TRUTH . There can be no doubt that the spectrescope has added much to the discoveries of modern science . The metals , when in a state of luminous vapors , were found to yield bright lines so distinctive in each case , that they could not be mistaken . These on further investigation are found to be coincident with the rays of the sun , thus showing that the metals also exist in stellar bodies . The only difficulty was this , that while the lines obtained by the combustion of metals were bright and solid , the corresponding ones of the solar and stellar spectra were all dark . This difficulty has been overcome by the recent discovery of Dr . Henry Draper , the result of which he recently read in his paper before the American Philosophical Association . It is this : that , after a long series of spectroscopic observations he has discovered oxygen gas in the sun and proven that it exists there in large proportions , and probably nitrogen also . This , he says , must change our ...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1878

HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY . HENRY M . BEARDSLEY . LAFAYETTE . Marie Paul Jean Roche Yves Gilbert Motier Marquis de Lafayette is a name which well might suffice for a whole family and leave a portion remaining for the use of the next generation ; yet this name was borne by a single individual , and instead of drooping under his burden , he supported it manfully and made his name honored by the lovers of liberty throughout both hemispheres . He was born Sept . 6 , 1757 , at the castle of Chaoagniac , in Auverne , France , received his education at Paris and then took charge of a company of French dragoons . At the age of twenty , becoming interested in the struggle which was then taking place between Great Britian and her colonies in the New World , he offered himself as a volunteer in the cause of liberty and received a general s commission in the American Army , where he distinguished himself by his tact and bravery . Our object in this sketch , however , is not to narrate the deeds whi...

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EARLY LIFE OF HARRIET E . HOSMER [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1878

EARLY LIFE OF HARRIET E . HOSMER Harriet E . Hosmer was born in Watertown , Massachusetts Oct . 9 th 1831 . Her father was a physician . When she was four years of age her mother died of consumption , and eight years later her elder sister fell a victim to the same disease . Their death had a marked influence upon the early education of Harriet . Her father in his extended practice , had noticed the multiplied instances , where children , especially girls , had become enfeebled by indoor occupation and excessive study . He was accustomed to say , There is a whole lifetime for the education of the mind , but the body is developed in a few years ; and during that time nothing should be allowed to interfere with its free and healthy growth . He therefore acted upon this principle in the education of his only child Harriet . He purchased her a horse , a boat , bow and arrows , and skates , and told her to live all out doors , a prescription which was far from being unpleasant to one of ...

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EDUCATIONAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1878

EDUCATIONAL FRANK A . BROWN TRUE EDUCATION . Much has been said of education . Much ought to be said of a subject from which emanates real human life . For unless we are educated we do not live ; we only exist . The only criticism to be made upon the extensive discussion which this subject receives is that it is not extensive enough . Writers finish their articles just where they should begin . They fail to treat the subject in its broad sense . Read any article on education ; you will find that it refers only to the cultivation of the intellect or sometimes to physical culture . True this is an education , but it is not education . Webster says : Education includes the whole course of trainirig , moral , intellectual and physical . Beecher says : Education consists in getting control of one s self . From the first definition we infer that man is formed of three natures , viz : the moral , intellectual and physical . This we know to be true . The precedence of one nature over the ot...

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ONE OF OUR WESTERN CHARITABLE IN -STITUTIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1878

ONE OF OUR WESTERN CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS . The name Imbecile Asylum suggests to the minds of most people who have never seen one a very repulsive : idea ; but seldom do strangers visit this one , the Ohio Asylum , that they are not surprised , and it might be said delighted , with the progress attained by children in this condition . Having occasion not long ago to go into the high tower , a most pic- turesque view was presented me of the Asylum . It was in autumn and a lovely day , just as the sun was setting and the last rays were lingering ^ casting a glory over everything . The windows , domes and towers of the city seemed ablaze . On one side wound a silvery line , the Sciota River , silvery however only from a distance , for a nearer view presents a muddy , sluggish stream . On the other side was the massive Insane Asylum with its beautiful grounds , just completed , which is the largest asylum in this country . Its foundation wall measures a mile and a quarter . Our Asylum ...

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EDITORIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1878

EDITORIAL . FREAKS OF COLLEGE STUDENTS . —It has become proverbial that college students are full oif ways that are dark and tricks that are vain , and he is peculiar in a great many other things . Why they should be so , is somewhat of a mystery , because they , above ah others should be impressed with the possibilities of man s influence for good . From being constantly thrown into the society of learned and thinking men , they can better realize the boundlessness of knowledge and the power arising from it . The actions of students which have from time to time called forth so much opprobrium from sensible men , first began centuries ago when young men alone congregated at schools , placed there by parents or guardians under the strict government of the faculty in charge . It certainly arose at first in a feeling of malignity towards the faculty at some particular students , which found vent in unworthy actions . It could not have been otherwise , for imagine , if it is possible , ...

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UNIVERSITY NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1878

UNIVERSITY NOTES . Spawn-taneous generation . —Fish culture . The base ball fever has already seized the Preps . Was it A Mule Matinee , or A Male Mutiny ? Quite a number of the Seniors contemplate going to Europe this season . Observation teaches us that a bow-legged man has no business to wear tight breeches . A Sop THOUGHT . —The place which knew the green house once , shall know it again no riiore forever . THE REASON . —Anniversary exercises were bogus enough without the infliction of . mock programmes . The Faculty will yet find that there is a power behind the throne . That power is We , the people . —Senior Class . ANOTHER DOG TRAY . —It recently cost a Prep . $ 21 for being found in bad company . He has gone home on a visit . His PEDIGREE . —Monsieur Mullen OWeed , the famous MockBird , traces his lineal descent from Jenny Lind and Blind , Tom . Let s see . Didn t we used to tolerate the effete custom of Corhmencement speaking in the aritidiluviah period of our existence ? ...

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CLIPPINGS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1878

CLIPPINGS . The University of Pensylvania has two thousand eight hundred and twentyfour regular students . Of this number , theology claims one hundred and sixtyeight ; law , eleven hundred and fifty-eight ; medicine , three hundred and forty-five . If you are going to educate your son for an insurance agent , instil into his mind the fact that modesty is not the best policy . Recitation in Evidences of Christianity . Professor : Mr . N ., pass on to the Future Life . Mr . N .: Not prepared . —Madisoniensis . A lady who assumes to know how boys should be trained , says : Oh , mothers , find out the soft ; tender , genial side of your boy s nature . Mothers often do—with an old shoe . Tuition fees at various colleges differ as follows : Syracuse , $ 60 ; Cornell , $ 75 ; Bowdoin , $ 75 ; Rochester , $ 75 ; Brown , $ 85 ; Dartmouth , $ So ; Williams , $ 90 to $ 95 ; Amherst , $ 100 ; Yale , $ 150 ; Harvard , $ 150 ; Pennsylvania , $ 150 to $ 170 ; Minnesota , $ 5 . —Ex . In Amherst Co...

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OUTSIDE GLEANINGS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1878

OUTSIDE GLEANINGS . Seven Seniors of the Northwestern have left the class organization owing to cliques in electing members for class day exercises . Some of the others now advocate having no Commencement , so that the discontented ones may not have the satisfaction of speaking on that day . The board of regents of the Nebraska State University are taking measures for establishing a military department in the institution . Rutgers is having some trouble about the training of her boat crew for this year . They , dont take hold . The students of Our Lady at Niagara , have started a reading room whichthey hope to increase to a library , in the future . The College Courier wants to establish at Monmouth a mock court for the benefit of the students . If they had such a court as is held forth here weekly , there would be some parties at least , who would fight it to the last . But a court of that kind is a good thing to initiate one into the mysteries of judicial proceedings . Our court h...

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Page 41 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1878

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Page 42 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1878

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Page 43 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1878

URBANA , CHAMPAIGN COUNTr , ILLINOIS . V - This Scientific and Polytechnic University , founded jointly by the United States and the Statei of Illinois , offers Unsurpassed Facilities for Education . - . . Jri the following departments : ¦ • . ¦ ¦; I . 7 he College tf , Agriculture , including the School of Agriculture and the • School of Horticulture . II . The College of Engineering , including the Schools ofMechanical Engineer ing , of Civil * Engineering , of Mining Engineering , and of Architecture . III . The College of Natural Science , including the Schools of Chemistry and ol Natural History . IV . The College of Literature and Science , including the schools . of English and Modern Languages , and of Ancient Languages , Besides these , there , are-the School of Commerce , of Domestic Science for women ; of Art and Design , and of Military Tactics , ; . - ¦ . ¦ ... . ADMISSION : ¦ . ¦ •/ . ¦ -. . ¦ .. ; . The best-time for entrance is at the beginning of the College year in...

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LITERARY DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1878

LITERARY DEPARTMENT . MAXFOKD SAVAGE . THE STORY BROOK AND WHAT IT TAUGHT . There is hardly an idea , presented in the various aspects of life , that we do not find symbolized or illustrated in nature about us . So that all who walk—with their inner and outer eyes open—will find most precious lessons scattered along their pathway . And to all who can sec and feel these lessons , nature appears like a high priest , from whose lips is ever pouring divine wisdom in unsullied beauty . To that origin we may trace the lofty thoughts of Solomon ; the Book of Proverbs ; and Ecclcsiastcs . Equally so the fables of Esop , and La Fontaine ; and most of the didactic poetry , so rich and famous in oriental literature . It happened , when one day 1 was rambling in the woods , I came lo a clear , cool brook—whose strange murmurings and occasional prattle delighted mv ears . And while following its meanderings up the current , I was struck with the unusual masses of pebbles and smoothly worn rocks ...

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THE ILLINI , [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

THE ILLINI , PRINTED AT THE ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS . . - •• - . j - ooasTiasirars : TheGoodOld Way W , F . O . 243 Political Parties . B . O . L . 244 We Cling To The Old , . . 245 The Wise Man s Eyes Are in His Head ...-. s R . Jt . C . 248 . Why The Shoe Pinches 25 ° The Telephone M * A . S . 254 A Kni g ht of St . John ~ . C W . 2 * 7 Early Life of Mozart 260 OurNeed A . 263 Editorial . _ , r 267 ¦ University Notes - 279 -Clippings i . a ? 6 ^ Exchanges 277 ¦ — . ^ m * L APRIL , 18 7 8 . c

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

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