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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

Manufacturer & dealer In BOOTS AND SHPEQ . NO . 19 MAIN ST : ; r .. ... CHAMPAIGN , ILL . .. ..:. , . iJSP ^ Best Goods at lower pricesthan any 6 ther hduse . . ^! ¦ ¦••¦ ¦ ¦ HE 1 TBY . « Sc 3 C ^ - £ ilSilEJ 2 t , , GROCERS ANI > DRUGGISTS , • EAST SIDE , CHAMPAIGN . ¦ : ; - N . STERN & Mo . Keep on hand the best assortment . Mens and Spy s ;¦ ¦ ..- v ; . Clpthingj furnishing Goods . Hats , , & Caps : Lowest prices . • IJ 1 .- U ; suits a sriecialtv : . ESTABLISHED IN 1866 . Your OLD CLOTHES can be . beautifull y CLEANUP ,. DYED & REPAIRED , at SoxtcierS ( ji Id Established ] REN 6 V ATI NC AND DYE HOUSE ; Fremont St ., adjoining Steam Laundry Special inducements to STUDENTS . ¦ Iff- isss isixzt ^ , ^ . ** PHYSICIAN ^ B URGEON . :. . Room No . 2 , bver-Rtigg r ssJioe store . ¦ •• ¦ ¦ CliaxM . pa , iirr > . V 111 . s . rxns-asEi ^ rtts ; 1 KOME : FORMERLY WHITE HALLi \ Unsurpassed Boarding facilities for ladies an...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

BEST PLACE TO BUT BOOTS AND SHOES IS AT JD- nXJC 3 rC 3 rS , JS ^ Boots . aaa . « a . Siloes especially for St-u . ea . en . ts . ^ gJ METROPOLITAN BLOCK , — CHAMPAIGN . STAB - CfeOTHIHCI « fe MmBOBAKV-TAiliOBSIKCi HOTJSB , ¦¦ .... W . W ^ m 4 & WMS LJW $ ! Ho . 45 , UAIH ST 8 BBT , OHAHPAIOH , HHSOIS . I . I . U . Suits Made to Order at $ 23 . WAJLKER & MITELIKEN , Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Manufacturers of EVERY VARIETY of FURNITURE , MIRRORS , PICTURE FRAMES , CHROMOS , BRACKETS & C ., & C . ; , 45 , Neil-st , Opposite Post Office . I jv < av & ttT © jv OFFERS Special Inca .-a . cem . en . t 3 to St-o . c 3 . e 3 a . ts , at iiis PHOTOGRAPH RQOMS . H . SWANNELL , DRUGGIST , DEALER IN TOILET ARTICLES , FANCY GOODS , etc ., No . i , Main-st , Champaign , X % XX s zz * is ; DINING ROOMS . GOOD MEALS at all hours , for TWENTY-FIVE CENTS . Liberal reduction for Board by the week , R . oonife _ under Core ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

pliitii jjilwiilil piliifiil |« MECHANICAL AND MILITARY BUILDING . The first flooi is occupied by the Mechanical and Aichitectmal laboiatoiies of the schools of Mechanical Engineeiing and of Aichltecture . These laboiatoiies are amply equipped with machineiy and appliances . The iron and wood woiking machinei } is almost constantly in action , driven by steam powei . The engine is 16 nominal hoise-powei , of the automatic , or variable cut-off pattein . The line of iion shafting is 72 feet long . The practice in these laboiatoiies is equivalent , in effect , to a school in Mechanical Art , Design and Constitution . The instiuction begins with the use of the tools in the pioduction of the elementary forms met with in construction , espeual attention being given to the shape and best condition of cutting tools and the pioper manipulation in the sh . upening and use of the same . This practice repiesents a number of shops such as the pattern woikei s , the blacksmith s , the fitei s , ...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

i IlUfrols Jnftufttriwl & ttifcjer * Jtg * tHBB ^ ffir ^ ^^^^^ i ^^ r ^ i ^ i ^^ B ^ ^^ l ii - B i iwBlrfTT pflivvv frH ^ fl ^ Bs ^^ Bfi URBAN A , CHAMPAIGN COUNTT , ILLINOIS . 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 or Horticulture , * x II . The College of Engineering , including the Schools of Mechanical Engineer ing , ot 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 ofAncient Languages . Besides these there are the School ot Commerce , of Domestic Science for women , of Art and Design , and ol Military Tactics < A...

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

LITERARY DEPARTMENT . MANFORD SAVAGE THE GOOD OLD WAY . * g | j | j | OW Hannah Ann it aint no use for you to be a stewing , ^ SMltP Youd just as well believe it as the rest of us are doing . i & j ^;! Last night when Bro . Higgins said there was no tropic hell , And proyed it by the Testament , I took a thinking spell . I ve been a red-hot orthodox for more than forty years , Ive followed in the beaten track untripped by doubts and fears ; And yet I ve often wondered if Beelzebub would make The little sinners with the big plunge in the fiery lake ; T would seem much more like justice if the devilers would boil The infidels in water and the murderers in oil . ¦ I ve wondered if the lady at whose charitable door , The pauper s wants were satisfied from her unselfish store , Would roast to death beside the wrangling , recalcitrating shrew , Whod quarrelled to death four husbands , and put the fifth one through ; And if good Nicodemus would be heated quite as hot , Of kept ...

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POLITICAL PARTIES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

POLITICAL PARTIES . * wi liOLlTICAL organizations or parties exist coeval with , and ? sSp are necessary to the rule , of the people . .. They are a mark of civilization ; the outgrowth of a diffusion of thqught , among the masses . Barbarians . ° haye . no . parties . They brganizejntojn ^ bbs and clans , are swayed by the passions of the hour ; but their rule is mere animal power . Tliey have no ideals of right to perpetuate . Their government , if they have any , merges into the form called despotism . ; . Neither , has , d ; espotism , . any need of parties . , The iron will of the monarch is enough to check the ambition of enthusiasts and subdue the , jdeals qf the common people . Yet . despotism prepares the way for freedom of thought . The , vigorous conflicts of the ^ sjxteenjjh cen r turyf ; ,. and the strong party organizations of the seventeenth were but the : reactionary , movements of those , terrible , monarchical and ; ecclesiasr . tical oppressions of the , dark ages...

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: ; ' . ; ^ VYE-PLING TO THE P ; LL > . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

: ; . ; ^ VYE-PLING TO THE P ; LL > . ;^| ffi | HERE IS , in . every man , whatever his condition , high or low ; ? fiP educated or uneducated , a feeling of reverence for old ideas ; manners arid customs . This feeling is exhibited in every department of life : in social life , in politics , in religion , and in education .. Modern science and advanced civilization have indeed done much , to destroy at least the outward appearance of belief in these fallapies . But yet they exist among the people and in every , man , strive to hide it though he mayythere is in the most secret recesses of his heart a feeling of reverence for some old custom or saying . His good . sense and education tells him , it may be , of the utter absurdity of the things and although he would not admit it to his dearest friend , he takes considerable satisfaction in complying witli its demands in secret . Hence we . find , men to-day adhering as . closely and voting as cleanly the democratic or repub...

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_ ,-,, THE WISE MAN'S EYES ARE IN HIS HEAD , [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

_ ,-,, THE WISE MANS EYES ARE IN HIS HEAD , . ... « j » jliy . . MAN WliOSE mind grows b y using his eyes , that is , through ill p ^ e i esu ^ bf his own thoughts arid observations , obtains , true wisdom . The brie who relies entirely on what others see brjliink , gains but a secorid or third hand collection of knowledge . The latter lias an . assortment of learning stored loosely aWay without being , by his . own observation arid reflection , demerited down into the substance of . his brain . It is ah evil which steadily encroaches on the ordinarily deemed educated mati bf the day . Knowledge is continually b enig taken for wisdorii . . In : the rush arid jam of American college life ^ the average student has no time to think . He inconstantly pressed with the wbrk bf acquiririg and gatheriiig tlie knowledge of the ages preceding , arid he often goes but with an immature mind poorly fitted tp cope • with those duties of life , Which require a strong sound brain , strengthened by ...

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SCIENCE AND ART . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

SCIENCE AND ART . MARY LARNED . WHY THE SHOE PINCHES . . ^ IgjlHE WELFARE of our pedal extremities is a matter of much iHp importance and one that has been more or less agitated by all hygienic reformers . A little work by Dr . Hermann Meyers , Professor of anatomy in the University of Zurich , has been read with interest . When men of high scientific qualifications like Prof . Meyers investigate this question , it will receive the impetus necessary to start a more radical reform . It is especially interesting and important to all who spend much of their time in walking or standing to know why the weary feeling of departing force is first manifested in the feet and their strength exhausted long before the body feels the need of rest . The feet , if untrammeled are so constucted as to endure their work as long as any part of the system . The barefoot boy does not complain of tired feetso long as he has strength to run . We naturally agree with Prof . Meyers , in thinking that the exh...

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THE TELEPHONE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

THE TELEPHONE . «^| M | 1 HE TELEPHONE is a contrivance for transmitting sound vilP through greater distances than the air as a medium transmit s it . This has been accomplished by electricity . The mechanism of this invention is simple . One requisite is that there must be a current of electricity passing from the origin of the sound to its destination . This current can be either intermittent , pulsatory , or undulatory . The first is characterized by the alternate presence and absence of electricity in the circuit ; the second is marked by the sudden changes of intensity of the current ; and the third is marked by the gradual changes of intensity . The telephone which will be here described produces the telephonic effects by the pulsatory current . The electricity is obtained from magnets , the pulsations are produced by diaphragms vibrating near the magnets . The mechanism of such a telephone may be described as follows : two magnetized steel bars are placed at any distance apar...

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HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY .. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY .. HENRY M . BEARDSLEY . A KNIGHT OF ST . JOHN . iwlHII ^ WISH to write concerning a heroism of the sixteenth cent- ? H || P ury . Our story relates ; on the one hand , to an empire that was once powerful and magnificient , but which is to-day undergoing the humiliating ordeal of dismemberment ; on the other hand to a chivalric society whose days were long ago numbered , but upon whose eventful career the historian ponders long and delightfully . During the sixteenth century the Turkish empire enjoyed a power and dominion second to none in the world . Its rulers were men of unusual enterprise and capacity ; and more than once did they threaten the liberties of Europe and the institutions of Christianity . For generations it seemed doubtful whether the Crescent would not finally prevail , and supersede the Cross in guiding the destinies of men . The dominions of the Moslem rulers were hardl y less in extent than the great empire of Charles the Fifth . They posse...

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EARLY LIFE OF MOZART- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

EARLY LIFE OF MOZART- The child is father of the man . tf ^^ feHANGES in this world are not abrupt . Even the bloody ^ JHp revolution that with the force of a whirlwind overthrows all national institutions , has been for decades accumulating , it may be silently , the store of energy that needed but the one more increment to make it burst its bonds . Our life is divided into epochs—childhood , youth , manhood and old age—yet they grow one into the other . We can not tell when boyhood is laid aside , and manhood appears . Nature has no great bell to toll in the years or even a century . The boy lives , and knits a character of habits . He chooses the path ; and the man must walk therein or be torn by the thorns on the underbrush before he can gain the better path . The life of Mozart was an active one , begun ere yet the power of speech was full } grown . Born with a superior genius , at an age when the boyish mind usually refuses to labor , he studied with an unhesitating will . Leo...

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EDUCATIONAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

EDUCATIONAL . FRANK A . BROWN . OUR NEED . •^^ WMERICAS need to-day is not wealth ; she is wealthy : it is i ^ Hi n ° t the possession of broad , extensive , fertile territory ; no nation upon any continent has a more varied or more fruitful land than she ; it is not of magnificent cities ; her cities rank among the first of all the world : it is not of commercial or manufacturing facilities ; even old England herself , cannot claim the better of her in these : but she does need an immensely wider diffusion of true culture among her people . The true ends of a republic can never be attained where each and every man composing it has not that cultivation of intellect that raises him above the brutes . Wherein does man excel all other animals ? His physical development is not such as would justify a claim to superiority , and it rests not in his mental capacity , then where are we to look for it ? It does exist in the mind , and that too , in the culture of that mind . He came last of ...

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

EDITORIAL . ^ HHE HON . WILLARD C . FLAGG , one of the Trustees of ? ?^ B this University , died at his home in Madison County , . Saturday , March 30 , 1878 . Mr . Flagg s connection with the University began with its foundation . He was a member of the first board of ¦ trustees and aided materially in its organization . Being a thoroughly educated man himself , he , from the outset , conceived a true ideal for the University and labored to the end that it should have no superior in its courses of study and thorough training . His connection with the University has been broken but once , and that for two years while he occupied a seat in the state senate . But while in the senate his interest in this institution and for all educational institutions throughout the state did not abate . We have to notice Mr . Flagg s broadness of view , his sacrifice of personal interests for public good , and his integrity in all things in which he was engaged . Mr . Flagg was elected Corresponding ...

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UNIVERSITY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

UNIVERSITY NOTES The new catalogue is out . 9—Who abducted the bell clapper ? The Seniors have planted their tree . The familiar phiz of A . R . Jolly is seen this term . The Alumni banquet this year will be given by the Senior class . We recently enjoyed a visit from Watson Pickrell , the ladies man of 75 . We prophecy that the entire Senior class will be married in a couple of months . Harry Burnap , 79 , recenttly graduated from the St . Lonis Medical college . Success to you Doc . An indignant Prep , scornfully asks the difference between a Senior and a Prep . Only four years . That Blarsted Hinglishman , C . S . Stanton is with us again . The ILLINI is glad to welcome you back , Cecil . A large number of choice trees and shrubs have been planted in the new University campus and the Arboretum . B . L . —i . e . be left—which will be the fate of nearly all of those who have pursued the Literature and Science Course . C . B . Taylor will guide the destinies of the Juniors this ter...

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, EX ( 5 HA ^ GES , f ; [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1878

, EX ( 5 HA ^ GES , f ; The College Iftdex ftprn Kalamazoo , Michigan ,. gives the pratibh which . won the first pmeiri ; the state contest lastJanuary . . J t : is . thei . bSly oration we have seen from the contest in Michig an , arid 6 f cdiirse We can inaVenb comparisons , but in clearness of thought and expression , the oration is good . Trie successful orator , C . L . Dearijby ; iheway ; -is editortt ihefnde * . ::::: •¦ y : . Trie general bent of the Tripod , judgirig trpm the expressibn in the March number , is to do away with literary and oratorical contests ; It advances three argumehts agaihst them ; - isf ; they are nbt wHblesbmeincenti * e s to labor ; 2 ndj they sire riot conducive to the development of a perfectly sy rhetrical culture ; 3 rd , they Cost money . . We cannot say : & at ; any ; of them Were prbved but uie last ,, and that no one will deny . . ^ i ^ y : ; . JVK ; ; ::. ; ,:. ; .: ; : /> .. V ;> J . ; ; o :- - „¦*&amp...

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