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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

Up VOL . V . NOVEMBER , 1875 . . No . 2 . ^ 1 rr . H 3 * 3 ILLINI, PUBLISHED AND PRINTED AT THE IllinoisIndustrialUniversity LEARNING AND LABORS » CONTENTS : , CONTRIBUTIONS : Thought—C W .... .... .... as Reminiscences of a Survey . —Cog-Tooth . ... : .... 43 Influence of the Press—M . W 46 > Poetry—F . L . W . .... 4 8 Nathaniel Hawthorne—R . L . 50 Free Cities and their Influence 54 Spiritualism Exposed .... .... .... .... •57 THE UNIVERSITY : Locals 5 8 Obituary v 60 Personals ... ..... .... .... .... .... 6 r College News and Exchanges . .... .... ...... 62 TERMS— % l- 2 5 a / ear in Advance . -, . » . ¦ ALL CoRftBKrOMDINCB SHOULD BB ADDKEMBD Tffll Iunfl , I CHAMPAIGN , \ LI M &

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

ABSOLUTELY THE BEST PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE . THEBABGOGK FillIXTIH©uiiiiis, ^>^ BtBPlBiBl ^ MWl »^ BBBallB ^ aBBWBi ^ ^ HOOKAHDxijIDESTETCKS; ^ ^^ ESBfRsfc ^^^ Sj ^ jiSlBTfilnr ^ affi ^ Ty ^ In daily use by the Fire Departments of the principal cities of the Union . The Government has adopted them . The leading Railways use ll . em . Send for Their Record . * 91 * 83 Washington Stress Chicago . Th « n . hn »» tu >« n *»« - 407 Broadway , Now York . The »??» pock Mfg , Co .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

ALEXANDER SPENCE , DEALERJN Groceries , Provisions , & Bakery ^ Corner of Main and Market Streets , UR $ ANA - ILLINOIS . I keep constantly on hand a full line of STAPLE \ dFANST fSROCpRIES , Which I will sell as cheap as any house in the county . . Special attention to Students in the , deJiyery of Bread , Cakes , Pies , & c . ^ the University once a day . Clubs solicited . Goods delivered free , i ¦ i : ;\ CHi ^ : : jMIfH 7 ¦ Exchange Dining / fail . Meals and oysters served at all tinges first class . Main st ., No . 25 basement . Chas . . Smith , PropV Champaign , - - . - ¦ ¦ ? ¦ . _ - > r Illinois . E C . HOWARD , Physician and Surgeon , . Office : - - Metropolitan Block . CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS . B ^ H ^^ M S ^ EJI IBBQB & JJI ^ BH vnj- ^ 5 ^ - B ^ B ^ B ^ BB ^ B ^ BMB ^ B ^ B ^^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ BMB ^ BB I ^ B ^ B B ^SS ^^SB ^^^^^KtKB^^E^^^Bt *¦ This building contains the Shops and Mechanical Laboratory oj the Il...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

ILLINOISINDUSTR!ALUNIVEksfH ^^ P PB ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ HII BI B ^ r ^^ il SWMHHH ! I ^ SH IJE : ^ W This Scientific and Polytechnic University , founded jointly b y 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 Bngineeriug , including the Schools of Mechanical Engineer Ing , 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 . ADMISSION : • The best time for entrance is at the beginning of the College year in September ,, but students , may enter at any time If prepared to pass the examinations . Persons , designing to apply for admission next Septembe...

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THOUGHT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

THOUGHT . BY C . W . The generation of to-day speaks with pride of its superior civilization . It listens with attentive and delighted ear to the steady march of forces that are daily leveling the bulwarks of ignorance and superstition , that are subduing wildernesses and planting them with busy cities and blossoming gardens : that are lifting men from their narrow channels of life , and throwing them into the broad , rapid current of human progress . Elated by a generous activity , it looks back with little less than horror upon the crippled life of Medieval times . It thanks , and with abundant reason , the revolutions of time and thought that have forever freed it from the worse than dungeon life of old . It rejoices in the birth of better things . In the words of one of the noblest of its sons it says , Better fifty years of Europe than a cycle of Cathay . Is it possible for us to discern the cause that has so broadly distill * guishcd the present age from those ages we choose t...

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REMINISCENCES OF A SURVEY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

REMINISCENCES OF A SURVEY . BY COG-TOOTH . I now come to keep my promise of telling of something different from that given in my last communication , though still confined to our camp experience on the northwest coast of Lake Superior . From the description given of our stone-heap-stayed camp in this rock-faced country , with walled preci pices on one side and fathomless depths on the other , hundreds of miles from human habitation other than the Indian s canoe , shut out from the civilized world as much as though on a balloon voyage to the moon , with no other ostensible amusement than glass-eye gazing and chronometer winding , one might incline to a volunteer contributor of sympathy for a supposed wretched lonesomeness . Such however was not needed from the fact of the demands for attention by the very strangeness of everything . Indeed , the curious habits and ways of insects and animals were alone sufficient to regulate otherwise wandering thoughts . The proverbs and poetry of t...

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INFLUENCE OF THE PRESS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

INFLUENCE OF THE PRESS . BY M . w . On every important subject which is discussed at the present da } - it would be impossible to write anything like a comprehensive treatise without filling volumes , and it would be equally impossible to obtain all the necessary facts without years of research . Every writer , therefore , who proposes to deal with a subject in the space •of one short article must touch only upon a few facts , and expect to do his work very incompletely . Especially must this be the case if he has only an average acquaintance with his subject . If he has any ideas to advance there are always seemingly conflicting facts which give to the critic the opportunity of saying that the writer is not as well acquainted with his subject as he should be , or that he is biased in his opinions . So numerous and varied are the circumstances connected with every object and event , that it is impossible to state any rule that has not its exceptions , any theory that has not its obj...

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POETRY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

POETRY . BY F . L . w . Poetry ! What gentle spirit of light ! How catholic a preceptor of truth ! From all that is beautiful in art , in nature and in mind , it derives its rich stores . The poem is the coined individuality of the poet . The force of genius is germinant in his nature ; he expands it broad and full , till all humanity acknowledges his personality and feels his sentiment , his heart s every throb . The more , as an art , poetry exhibits expanding genius , catholic comprehension , the more does it become the language of the soul . When poets pause in creative effort and enter criticism their poetry fails to touch the heart . Purer art may consequence , but what is art without feeling , grandeur , sublimity , portrayed by genius ? It mocks the spirit that gave it birth . No ; poets must drink in to the full art and nature , man and God ; they must feed their aspiring genius with the high and beautiful , with the vast and the limitless ; the eye must scan alike universe...

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NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE . BY R . L . Everybody has a favorite author , and to present the excellencies of the one you most esteem is but a pleasure . It has been mine thus to formulate Nathaniel Hawthorne . I do not say -with sturdy Ben Jonson , difference from me is the measure of absurdity , so if our opinions do not accord , look not upon this as a final dictum . The life of this author presents no very striking episodes and was not much more than the average life of the average American citizen . He was born July 4 th , 1804 , but does not seem to have made any particular count of his national birthday . The house at Salem in which he was born had long been in the Hawthorne family , and had given final harborage to a hardy set of seafarers . A gray-headed shipmaster in each generation retired from the quarterrdeck to the homestead , while a boy of fourteen took the hereditary place before the mast . Nathaniel s father was no exception and was shipmaster when he died , leaving the fu...

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—i FREE CITIES AND THEIR INFLUENCE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

—i FREE CITIES AND THEIR INFLUENCE . Perhaps IW institution of the Middle Ages had more influence and effect on the rights and prerogatives , on the freedom and liberties of commons , than the free cities of I : aly . Their growth was slow , gradual ; fighting their way upward for new liberties , against noble , emperors , the long struggle and final triumph of these cities present an interesting history , of which a cursory view can only be given . Perhaps the germ of these free cities was planted by Rome herself , and when she had ceased to exist these cities , to which privileges had been granted , still retained them , and as years passed by added new liberties , and finally became their own masters . These cities were founded on the model of Rome herself . Magistrates were chosen by the assembly . This power was held until the time of Tiberius , who took the power from them and vested it in the senate . Governors were appointed , and Podestas , or Defensors , who were to preven...

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" SPIRITUALISM EXPOSED- " [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

SPIRITUALISM EXPOSED- Why should it be thought a thing incredible with you that God should raise the dead ? asked the Apostle of Agrippa . The question might have been answered by saying , Human experience is the measure of credibility . None had experienced that the dead came to life ; hence the disbelief . Hume based his objections to miracles on this foundation , and probably outside of skilled reasoning and its traditions , experience would be the limit of belief . But happily for the existence of the universe , facts do not depend upon belief , nor yet upon their explanation even . Probably during all inhabited time man has believed in supernatural manifestations obviously emenating primarily from gods or devils , or secondarily from individuals leagued with them . But the communion of living men with the spirits of the deac took a more tangible form in the present century as predicted by Swedenborg ; so from about 1 S 45 by means of A . J . Davis of N . Y . the Fox girls of th...

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THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

THE UNIVERSITY . Honto . White man squeeze squaw s hand much , ugh ! The mania for sitting on the stairs which always attacks Freshmen with great violence , is gradully subsiding . A Spellin Skule in names and places of Ancient History is very much needed , judging by the pronunciation of some words . The Junior Class will hold a closed literary meeting next December . A pleasant time is anticipated . A student originated the following conundrum all alone . Why is an old maid like a small supply of flour ? She should be husbanded . The Sophomores , following the example of the Sophs last year , have organized , and have thereby rendered themselves famous . We wish them success . The second , of a series of six lectures was given by Dr Gregory on Sabbath afternoon , 24 th ult . The subject of these series are as follows ; Is there a God ? Is the human soul immortal ? Is the Bible of divine authority ? Was Jesus of Nazareth more than a mere man ? Is Christianity true ? Is religion nec...

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OBITUARY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

OBITUARY . At Oilman on the 16 th . of October occurred the death of Mr . Albert Knapp , formerly a student of the University . The circumstances of Mr . Knapp s death were extremely sad , almost too sad to be mentioned here in the full detail . While engaged in the performance of his duties a terrible accident brought Mr . Knapp s term of life to an untimely and mournful close . His days on earth are nun . bere 1 , but he still lives in the hearts and hopes of many , and we believe with the . utmost confidence , that he will long stand forth prominently and nobly , among the cherished memories of his fellow students . To be thus stricken down on the threshold of a high and promising manhood is indeed lamentable . While among us Mr . Knapp was honored as an industrious student , and valued as a friend and companion . He was actuated by the hope of a useful life , a sterling manhood . His work is done , he has departed , leaving behind him the memory of a pure and steadfast purpose ....

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PERSONALS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

PERSONALS . G . F . Kenower is at Mascontah , St . Clair Co . Capt . H . H . Tyndale 75 , is now a student at Cornell University ; W . Knapp made the University a short visit lately , and promises to be with us again next term . C . C . Staley ( Doc . by gum , et cetera , ) has come to the conclusion that he is simply in occupancy of space . We are glad to see with us again Messrs . Whitam and Clark . The robust appearance of these gentlemen is certainly a recommendation for the C . E . service on the lakes . John Paton 75 recently visited the University . From the evident satisfaction which rests upon his countenance we judge that his paths must be paths of pleasantness . J . D . Gill , our Prosecuting Attorney , announces himself in readiness to sustain the law . We wish him the best support and success in his labors ; and that in his present position , he may prove as much a terror to evil-doers as he did while acting on the Police Force , where his efficiency was commended by so...

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COLLEGE NEWS AND EXCHANGES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1875

COLLEGE NEWS AND EXCHANGES . Our exchanges are not as numerous as we would desire , and therefore leaves to us little discrimination between the mass of college organs . The Tripod , in referring to the critical temper displayed in many sheets , would consider the greater number of criticisms passed as very often of a partial and pedantic character . Admitting this to be as . the author asserts , we cannot forbear admiring and fostering the impartiality existent in some of our contemporaries . The young advocates of this growing department of literature should endeavor to inculcate a spirit of fairness . We ought , not to be rivals hooting every weak position taken ; we ought to act as fellows , and should yield to a just criticism , though it may often hurt our personal pride . The Westminster Monthly is welcome , coming , as it does , full of life and spirit . The College fournal again graces our file , a gem of interest , its Clippings particularly spicy and humorous . One qualit...

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