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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO . S ( THE SIMMONS A . CLOUGH ORGAN CO ., ) -IMPROVEDCABINET ORGANS AND EVERY INSTRUMENT FULLY WARRANTED PRE-EMINENT FOR PURITY OF TONE G Grand Combination Organs FITTED WITH THE NEWLY INVENTED SCRIBNERS PATENT , QUALIFYING TUBES . An invention having a most important bearing on the future reputation of Reed Instruments by means of which the quality or volume of tone is very largely increased , and the quality of tone rendered sOF THE SAME CAPACITY . Our celebrated Vox Celeste , Vox Humana , Wilcox Patent / Octave Coupler , the charming Cello or , Clarionet Stops , Gems Ho ™ . Cremonia . Vox Angelet , Viola Etheria . and ALL THE LATE IMPROVBMKNTg Can be obtiined only in these Organs . Fifty Different Syles, For the Parlor and the Church The Best Material and Workmanship Quality and Volume of Tone Unequaled PRICES, $50 TO $500 i ttH ) ruiy « fmii , ( ir , tlil | iil ( nimf t » .. Ilftftt . , $$ { . ( ESTABLISHED IN ISOO . ) AGENTS WANTED IN EVEBYCO...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

ALEXANDER SPENCE , DEALER IN Groceries , Provisions , <& Bakery , Corner of Main and Market Streets , URBANA - - ILLINOIS . I keep constantly on hand a full line of STAPLE & FANCT GROCERIES , Which I will sell as cheap as any house in the county . Special attention to Students in the delivery of Bread , Cakes , Pies , & c . at the University once a day . Clubs solicited . Goods delivered , free . CHAS . SMITH . ^ Exchange Dining Hall . Meals and oysters served at all times first class . Main St ., No . 25 basement . Chas . Smith , Prop r Champaign , Illinois . H . C . HOWARD , Physician and Surgeon , Office : - - Metropolitan Block . CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS . **¦ •! ^^^^^^^^^ HB ^ - ^^ S ^ 3 * V ^ , r ^ MF ^ ii *^^^^^^^^ BS > 3 n 3 ttBBBSpTp ^ P ^^^^^^ | B ^^? MJBMBMJI BV V- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ H ^ V ^^^ ML H ^^ BiiiBfftilttSi ^ iffSZfci ^^ ^^ B ^ B ^ R ^ HlHj 33 EB ^ Hl 9 B ^ BVHS ^ flEH 5 £ B This building contains the Shops and...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

Pure Drugs , Toilet Goods , Be s Cigars in the City at DA FS NE W EAST SIDE DRUG STORE , pz East University Avenue , CHAMPAIGN , - ILLINOIS MOXKY SATED in buying your STATIONERY . at LOCKE A SAXTONS . They retail at wholesale prices , Drawing Papers , and Bristol Boards , Pencils , Inland Paper of all kinds . Box Goods in all the latest styles . South at I > oane House , opp . St . car track F . SWEIZER , Clothier and Merchant Tailor , Arcade , No . 40 Main Street . I . I . U . Uniforms a Specialty . Champaign , III . D . A . CHEEVER , M . D . ( Homceopathiot , ) Office and residence cor Park & State st . Champaign , Illinois . s Office hrs , 7 to 9 a m , t 2 to 2 pm , s to 7 pm

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

Illinois Industrial university This Scientific and Polytechnic University , founded jointly by the United States and the State of Illinois , offers UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOR EDUCATION In the follpwing 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 , ot Civil Engineering , of Mining Engineering , and of Architecture . III . The College of Natural Science , including the Schools of Chemistry and of Natural History . r 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 yearln September , but students may enter at any time if prepared to pass the examinations ; Persons designing to apply for admission next September , should notice carefully the following conditions of admission , and seek...

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MY CALL AT HARVARD . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

MY CALL AT HARVARD . IN spite of my impatience , I decided to walk . I crossed the long bridge that spans the ocean s arm stretching between Cambridge and Boston , and soon found myself in the vicinity of the oldest endowed institution of learning in this country . Away back in 16 3 6 the seed was first talked about , and two years later the Rev . John Harvard planted seven bundled pounds sterling ( equal to about $ 40 , 000 in greenbacks of to-day , ) which , fertilized by the proceeds of licensed lotteries , fat cattle , silver plate , books , corn and other gifts of land and treasure , and cultivated by the long line of educators beginning with Prex Dunster , and including the illustrious Mather , Everett , Sparks and others , has grown into an immense perennial plant , yielding fruit at all seasons . As I walked along the street , which is thickly built up , and seems properly a part of Boston , I could not help thinking that I could see Harvard better if there were not so many ...

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MEAT AND LOOKS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

MEAT AND LOOKS . DURING a social chat the phenomenon was discussed how wonderful it is that we all eat the samefkind of food and are made up of ths same chemical elements in the same proportion , and yet none of us look alike . The question was answered to us by this illustration . If we all looked alike now , and all had the will and intellectual power and passions in the same degree a difference of expression could soon be observed . For some might enjoy a good hearty laugh in which the others did not participate . The muscles of the face would be used ; this use would tear down the tissues and blood would circulate more freely and build them up stronger than before , thus changing the expression from the original type . And all artists know how slight the variation of a line may be to produce decided difference in expression . From this it was concluded that food had very little influence so far as its pure use is concerned ; no more than , and the same as , bricks have in the sh...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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THE FARMER'S PROBLEM . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

THE FARMERS PROBLEM . BY F . S . WE often hear the question asked , by farmers , Why can t we keep our boys at ; home ? It is a sad truth , as soon as the farmer s sons have reached their majority that they leave the farms and seek for employment in the metropolises of trade . Why is it that they leave the pure country air that has nursed and nourished them , and given strength to their manhood , and snter the busy whirlpool of industries : the polluted and vice-laden air of the cities ? There is a natural longing in the heart of every youth , as he nears man s estate , to see something more of the world than his own limited sphere of action allows . This desire is felt stronger by the farmer boys , than by any other class , owing to the natural conditions that confine their activities . Their knowledge is small , for their chances for acquiring it are few , therefore they feel the necessity for a broader culture , a higher education not to be obtained by remaining on , the farm and...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

BY COG-TOOTH . I HAVE a little more to say about my experience 0 : 1 the northeast shore of . Lake Superior , — -not northwest as stated in my last contribution ; though possibly I may offer something , as gathered from the last named locality , at some future time . I wish , this time , to tell my readers something about the peculiar traits of the animals of this region , peculiarities too marked to be overlooked by the most ordinary observer ; and which indicate that the fear of man , on the part of animals , is a safeguard to be acquired by experience . This study however was not extended to animals as large as we might hope for , or even expect , in this wild region of ready made dens . Nothing larger than Indian dogs was seen , though the tracks and doings of something more powerful were noticed , as , for instance , heavy logs , partially rotted and bedded into the dirt , were discovered freshly overturned , as if with a view to gaining possession of insects dwelling beneath ....

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RECOLLECTIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

RECOLLECTIONS . My Native Land , Good Nig ht / is the general exclamation of persons leaving home for a sea voyage . The city of New York with its blue hills beyond fades gradually away in the twilight , and a very tearful feeling conies over one as the eyes are strained to catch a last glimpse of land . Shall we ever see the never so dearly as now prized land of home again ? is the question asked mentally bj each soul ; but ere many hours have passed the newness of life on board ship , the ship itself , the crew , and around all the wide expanse of sea woos one to forgetfulness , and the more interesting shores of the old world are looked forward to with more eagerness than has been experienced in the anticipations of an Atlantic trip . The old world , so different in every respect to this , is the haven , the panacea , the volume whose pages are to thrill and warm into existence new thoughts , new hopes , and deeper venerations . The ten or twelve days voyage seems short , so many...

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CHEESE AND CHEESE-MAKING- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

CHEESE AND CHEESE-MAKING- BY R . L . IT is often complained that college papers have too much avoirdupois of the strictly literary sort , and perhaps with much truth . All wish to . show themselves as much-read and wisdony as possible , but the present effort , at least , shall be an exception . This University , with its banner flung to the breeze as the stronghold of all science , from the engineering to the domestic , should , it is urged , have more of it in its paper , and this is a contribution to the last-named department , as the heading shows , but is somewhat on the easy scientific order . Not that cheese has no literary value as well , for we all have read how that little seven-at-a-blow tailor in his encounter with the giant , took from his pocket a bit of cheese and squeezed it till the whey ran out . This may not speak well for the quality of the cheese but it illustrates the point . And then all poets when they describe the rustic noontide meal neath the wide-spreadin...

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ROOT POWER . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

ROOT POWER . Roots must exert a tremendous force to increase in size ; for , beside building up their own structure , they must press the particles of dirt aside to make room for themselves . We seldom have an opportunity to comprehend the extent of this force ; but we may gain some idea of it from an incident that occurred in the greenhouse . A Madeira tuber was planted between a brick wall four inches thick , and a rose bush with fully developed roots . The Madeira is naturally a prolific tuber bearer ; and under the influence of the favorable greenhouse atmosphere , the tendency was to produce a superabundance A few days since the plastering was noticed to have scaled from the wall . Upon farther examination it was found that the wall for about six or seven feet high by four broad had bulged out several inches , making a crack of more than an inch wide at the most distended portion . Several hypotheses were entertained concerning the cause . But when the brickwork was removed it ...

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THE RIVALS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

THE RIVALS . BY j . E . B . Two rivals for our fiist affections plead ; We list to one , then turn us to the other ; And both are dear ; which one do we most need ; Fond Memory , loving heart , or Hope . her brother ? Hope comes to us with radiant face to say , I paint you pictures fair in colors golden . At dawn I give large promise of the day ; I cheer the fainting heart—with iaith embolden . Pleads Memory , fondly clinging to the past , Who would have heart to think of the to-morrow Knowing twould die—we could not hold it fast , Twould go—leaving no trace of joy or sorrow ? * . ¦ Hope speaks , his eye lit with prophetic fire—I fill the soul of youth with gland aspiring ; Point to the golden future , wake desire ; And lead up shining heights with feet untiring . Says Memory , Turn aside and rest awhile ; Think of the pure young heart—the : child confiding : That little prayer lisped at the eventide ; The loves , the dreams , the joys for aye abiding . Again Hope speaks , now low ,...

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THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

THE UNIVERSITY . MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES . DECEMBER 14 th , 1875 . THE Board met at the University parlor at 3 o clock p . M . Present , Messrs . Blackburn , Byrd , Gilham , Gardner , Flagg , Mason , Pickrell , Sabin ; President Cobb in the chair . Absent , Govenor Beveridge , Mr . Brown . The Board took a recess till 7 o clock p . M . in order to inspect the University Farms and orchards , and to witness the Exhibition of the class in Calisthenics . Board met according to adjournment . The records of the September Meeting of the Board , also of the Meeting of the Executive Committee of October 7 th , 1875 , were read and approved . The Regent then read his report , which was accepted and laid on the table . . ; . The report of the Business Agent was then read and accepted . The Bills presented were audited and allowed . The Board then adjourned to 8 o clock A . M . SECOND DAY S SESSION . The Board met at 8 : 30 A . M . Dr . Gregory s report and special reports of the Profe...

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MARRIED- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

MARRIED- DOBSON—MILTIMORE . —At Minonk , 111 ., Dec . 28 th , Mr . Frank P . Dobson , class 75 , to Miss Mellie F . Miltimore , class 76 . HATCH—REYNOLDS At the residence of the bride s father , at Belvidere , by the Rev . Mr . Haight , Fred . L . Hatch class of 73 , and Miss Anna Reynolds , class of 75 .

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PERSONALS- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

PERSONALS- Geo . Wilbur reads law in Chicago . J . A . Garrod , 77 , is teaching school near Tolono . Miss Patchin has two new pianos at the University . Jno . Saxton is a drug clerk at Belvidere in this state . W . F . Oliver superintends the printing of the ILLINJ . Sarah Deardorff is teaching near her home in Egypt . John Muller , 75 , is studying medicine at Keokuk , Iowa . W . I . Eyman , class 75 , is teaching at Centerville , Illinois . Kniff Goodrich is wielding the birch this winter at Cobden . Steve . Renolds 71 , is a rising young lawyer at Rockford , 111 . H . O . Hollenbeck , 77 , is teaching near Claik s Hill , Indiana . D . E . Frizzell 78 , is in Tampa , Fla ., where he will spend the winter . H . Wheeler , 76 , is studying in Rush Medical College , Chicago . P . M . Martin made a short visit to the University during the holidays . Leroj T . Butterfield , 77 , is farming at his home near Marengo , Illinois . C . H . Barry , 77 , has been compelled to return home on a...

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AROUND THE UNIVERSITY , [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

AROUND THE UNIVERSITY , Definition of swearing given by an eleven-year-old boy at Sabbath School the other Sunday— using the Lord s name outside of your prayers . Mr . H . K . Vickroy , who formerly had charge of the Horticultural department , is doing well at his new home near Bloomington . He is supplying the BloDmington market with small fruits and vegetables . Business , during most of the vacation , was suspended at | the shops . E . A . Robinson and some of the boys overhauled the boiler and a good part of the machinery , in order that it might be in better running condition for the winter . Mr . Lawrence reports the Farm Profits , for the year ending Dec . 75 , as exceeding $ 3 , 200 . That is a test , which with the carnal mind , far outweighs any scientific demonstration of farm results , presented on paper Heductio ad absurdum . The Challenge wind-mill is now perched upon the Experimental Barn , and constantly waits for something to turn up . It looks grand , and we hope w...

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CONGLOMERATES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

CONGLOMERATES . A Senior in complimenting his chimney , said I have so much confidence in its draught that I trust to it to draw the dirt off of my floor . A bystanding freshman remarked thereupon . Judging from the appearance of the floor , I should most certainly pronounce it misplaced confidence The state of Maine sent over four hundred John Smiths to the late war .... No more Boss scratch books , or Illini paper will be for sale at the Office .... Lilliputian Freshmen are numerous . ATTENION ! The word ILLINI which graces the black-board on the south wall of the office , was printed by Hon . L . F . Warner , class 75 , at the request of Rev . ( Brother Watkins ) Jas . Faulkner Dont lick a postage stamp , for you will necessarily remove a portion of the mucilage . But lick the envelope instead , if your Susan Jane still persists in eating the stamps because she thinks that you have licked . them , she will be badly fooled A gentleman called at The Students Home recently and inqui...

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KDlTOBIAIi * [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1876

KDlTOBIAIi * Too many students enter college without due preparatory culture , and hence fail to reap the full advantage of a college course . Those who enter college poorly prepared generally leave deficient in scholarship and unable to take a prominent part in human affairs . Broad and sound preparation is just as essential to a successful college career as it is to a successful professional career , or indeed , to any undertaking . A mechanical knowledge , so to speak , of a few well-conned text books is not alone sufficient ; it should be accompanied by clear conceptions of the duties and responsibilities of life , and of the advantages of the culture that a college can furnish . The habit sometimes practiced of permitting students to make up certain of their elementary branches after they have commenced the collegiate course , we deem injudicious . The knowledge acquired of the branches so made up , will be , as a general thing , superficial and unservicable , and the practice ...

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