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THE FARMERS' MOVEMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874

THE FARMERS MOVEMENT . The future historian of this country will record the farmers movement as one of the principal features of the year 1871 . At any rate its contemporaries so regard it , though with widely differing judgments of its character and probable results . Some see in it only an extension of trades-unionism or communism to the agricultural population , and are terrified at this new outburst of hostility of labor against capital . Others find in it the incipient growth of a new political party , got up to trouble the old politicians , and perhaps to oust the old office holders . — Others , still , are like the antediluvian sinner , whose request for a ride in the ark , after it had begun to float , having been refused , trudged on muttering , Go on with your old ark ; I guess it will not be much of a shower after all . They believe it is a mere epidemic among the farmers , which will soon run its course and leave things pretty much as they were before the disease appeare...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1874

ffl fc -VoLUl .- APRIL , 1874 . No . 4 . < j |§ — : . » ¦ -- ¦ . V „ ¦ - ¦ ¦ ; JIllinois ; Jndustrial £ Jniyersity . ; , .., LEARWN & ANB- LABORr . . — : «?» CONTENTS , CONTRIBUTIONS . — PAGE . A Ramble in Saxony . —N . C . E ; .... ¦ • • • 85 ; The Province of Criticism . —C . G . E . 02 Wrong Impressions . —F . L . H .... . 93 Correct Impression ? . —A . W . ; ; . • 95 Strength in Silence ........ :.. ... — 97 Mutual . Forbearance ... ; 98 Sketches of American Worthies ;—A . W ...... ; ...... 99 Something More from Rome ... ; .... v .... ; 101 THE UNIVERSITY . — Our Students .....:.......... ; ..... .......... 103 . Manual Labor at the University—Personals . ..... 104 Obituary ............: .......... 106 . BUBBLES . — . ¦¦ Miscellaneous .. .. ••• . • • •• •••••• ••••• ••••• 107 EDITORIAL . — AlethenaiSociety ; .. 109 Scientific Association—Literary Societies—Etc ... , .. ; ............... 110 StudentsGovernment—The Illiui—Etc . HI Miscellaneous ......... ; ...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1874

• TO . & . : BUNT f , DEALBB IN DRUGS , BOOKS, STATIONERY , AND A GENERAL ASSOHTMENT OF F-A. ITO5 r J ^ I^ TIOLEIS . PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO PRESCRIPTIONS . ALSO PERIODICAL , SHEET MUSIC AND Gr-exxoxrctl News Depot . STUDENTS CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL . No . 20 MAIN ST ., URBANA , ILL . I . B . ABNOI . D . O . P . ABNOLD . I . B . ARNOLD & BRO ., Manufacturers and Dealers in BOOTS & SHOES , . No . 18 Main St ., Champaign , 111 . All styles Boots and Shoes made to order . MORGANS FERROTYPE GALLERY , Over I . B . Arnold & Bros . A Liberal Reduction to Students . W . C . BARRETT & CO ., Dealers in . BOOTS AND SHOES , No . 25 Main Street , Champaign , - - - Ullnota . 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 ; . 0-FIBBT-CLA 8 B LIVEBT .-g * ...

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

AvWAND ^ WS & Go , . / LABOKST MAHUFAOTPBEBS !» THB COCNTBT OF * SC ) BmoiL 1 CHimCH , HAHft and OFFICE ¦ ¦ . 0 t ?& jGk IS ; I{^ . ; SEJT ; l | M. „ . ;; 1 . • ^^^^^^^^^__ . ¦ . ^^^^^^^^^^ a _^^_ - ., . ¦ ^^^ I IHBfli ^ SEftA ^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ H ^^^^^^^ H <^^^ Bi s ^ Ei ^ 3 is ^^^^*^^* Holbrooks Liquid Slating , warranted to give satis- ^^^ ^ / action . Oldest and best blackboard surface extant . Andrews Patent . TRIUMPH , SOHOOL . DESKS . Six Can be applied to hard finished walls or old boards , sizes . 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 . XV 3 VE . SIM , URBANA , .... ILLINOIS . RETAIL DEALBE IN University Text Books AND STATIONERY , Perfumery , Soaps , Combs and Brushes , Trusses , Supporters , and Shoulder Braces , Fanoy and Toilet Articles , Drugs a...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1874

t ... .- ¦¦ ¦ The Illinois Industrial University . Sl ( l ^ rlifil ^^ BS ^ iii ^^ llsssi ^ ilsssssssssssrj ^ r ^^^ ilssssK ^^ S !~ rf __ O . » ¦ i ^^ liBi ^ gCP ^ C ^^^ ^ J-W ^ WHBBi ^^ WB This Scientific and Polytechnic University , founded jointly by the United States and the State Of Illinois , offers UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOB 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 a nd of Natural : ¦¦• - : - History . ¦ ;¦ . .- IV . The College of Literature and Science , including the Schools of English and Modern Lan- ... guages , and of Ancient Languages . • There are also a School of Commerce , and a School of Military Science . ; ADMISSION : . .. The best time ...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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A RAMBLE , IN SAXONY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1874

A RAMBLE , IN SAXONY . In Germany , it is customary in all universities to allow a vacation of one week , at Pentecost , the first week in June . Students do not usually return home to spend the time of recreation , but , taking knapsack , wineflask , cane and cigars , start off on a pleasure trip to some of the many nooks of Germany , rendered interesting by beautiful scenery or historical associations . They are allowed to travel free on the railroads throughout Prussia . As the Bau-Akademie was also closed for the week , and being for the time a German student , I concluded to follow the prevailing fashion in some respects , and , by invitation , joined a party from one of the Industrial schools of Berlin , who intended investigating the beauties of the natural scenery of Saxon-Switzerland , or more properly , the mountains of Meissen , a beautiful region lying on the Elbe , just above Dresden in Saxony . Gur party was composed of another American , a young physician studying at ...

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

THE ILLINI . > . « -. ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . Learning and Labor .

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THE PROVINCE OF CRITICISM . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1874

THE PROVINCE OF CRITICISM . BY C . G . E . . In our study of the literature and science of the world , we are apt to overlook the influence produced upon them by criticism . The art of criticising , or judging , was carried by the Greeks and Romans to a high degree of perfection . Classical critics , however , confined themselves to the departments of art and literature which had reference to the principles of beauty . Criticism of the scientific , historical and practical , as well as the element of truth in all departments is of later origin . We know that the ancients excelled in art and literature . If we examine closely , we shall see that criticism was an important agent in bringing those departments of knowledge to the degree of perfection which they attained . Their criticism consisted in pointing out the good and encouraging it , and discouraging the evil . As the department of art or literature reached a higher degree of excellence , the perception of the critics was also ...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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WBONG IMPRESSIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1874

WBONG IMPRESSIONS . BT F . L . H . Seldom does a student graduate from an institution of learning with a right impression of the life that is before him . Without a thought that he is only one among thousands who leave our schools yearly with the impression that they are immediately to become famous , that wealth will certainly flow into their coffers ; and that wealth and fame will amply pay them for the few weary years that have been passed bending over their written volumes—not knowing that true culture can only come from sacrifice—he launches out upon the turbulent waters of a business world only to find himself disappointed , baffled and beaten by the steady plodding man who never saw the inside of a university building . Nor is the student to be blamed for this misconception of the real worth of an education ; for during his whole student-life , from his professors and teachers he has received no other incentives to action than the following— he must be a leader — his educatio...

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CORRECT IMPRESSIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1874

CORRECT IMPRESSIONS . BY A . W . The young man in college is told by his instructors that the world is waiting for him , that he is wanted for a leader in one of the various activities of life , and that wealth and fame will be his reward . What is the consequence ? The ambitious youth bends himself with ardor to his tasks , and at the end of a few years graduates with all the honors and benefits of his course of study . Earnest and hopeful , he passes from the halls of his Alma Mater into the busy , bustling crowd , struggling for life , and all at once his enthusiasm receives a check . True , his mother at home receives him with open arms , sisters and sweetheart lavish their caresses upon him , but . not so the world , to which he has looked with such fond anticipations , for , instead of a leadership , it gives him a place in the ranks , and that with apparently a very cold welcome . And thus , feeling that his hopes have been cruelly blasted , he bitterly murmurs against his te...

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STRENGTH IN SILENCE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1874

STRENGTH IN SILENCE . [ The following is published by request of some of the members of the society for which it was written . ] Avaunt calm in the sunlight , Avaunt the calm in the air , Come on the crash of Battle , But cease the low-voiced prayer ! Rush on with tramp of thunder , Let the trumpets shrilly cry , Arouse the world of languor , For resting , is to die ! Be still ? tis crushing power , Binds close both the heart and brain , Better the rush of a whirlwind , Than the sultry heat of the plain . Rush on with giant madness , Till the bolts of Heaven hurled—The sterner voice of power—Wakes up a sleeping world . Peal out until the watchman , On the heights of life shall hear ; And they far over the valleys , Will fling back the message clear . But while clash and crash ring on , The blue of the vault is seen ; Still calm nature brooding there , And God s great peace between . ****** There lie in an old church-yard , Far over the sobbing sea , Those who sought a resting place ...

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MUTUAL FORBEARANCE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1874

MUTUAL FORBEARANCE . We are all creatures of dispositions , and if we wish to succeed in life , we must learn to take people as they are , and not as they ought to be ; making them better if we can , but at the same time remembering their infirmities . We have to deal , not with the ideal persons of dreaming poets , but the real ones of every day life ; persons like ourselves . This fact of common aims , ambitions and infirmities , ought to create constant sympathy and forbearance . While we all have our own burdens to bear , we may at the same time , in some way , help others to bear their peculiar burdens . God has mysteriously linked us together by this curious fact of mutual dependence , and the wonderful possibility of mutual help . The poor may be relieved , the sick visited , the sorrowing may receive sympathy , the inexperienced may be counseled , and the faint-hearted encouraged . All these in turn may give help to the hand that gives help to them , for God has so ordered i...

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SKETCHES OF AMERICAN WORTHIES-No . VI . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1874

SKETCHES OF AMERICAN WORTHIES-No . VI . BY A . W . O . M . MITCHEL , THE ASTRONOMER . There are three classes of men who succeed in life . The first are quiet and easy in their manner of working , slow , perhaps ; but they continue at their work until it is accomplished ; these may be called persistent or persevering ; the second are those who drive things with force and speed , conquer or die in the attempt ; these would be called energetic . But some men unite both qualities , und then the highest results are reached . To this latter class belonged Ormsby McKnight Mitchel . Left an orphan at an early age , with an insatiable thirst for knowl edge , he procured a cadetship in West Point Academy , which he entered before he was fifteen . Working with enthusiasm , he graduated with high honors , and was soon after appointed tutor of Mathematics at the academy . On leaving this position he was stationed on the coast of Florida ; but , growing weary of the dull routine of army life , h...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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SOMETHING MORE FROM ROME . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1874

SOMETHING MORE FROM ROME . AN EXTRACT FROM ONE OF MISS GREGORY S LETTERS . We are doing the last of Roman sights . I say it with a sigh , for Rome seems but half seen , and while I can find my way through all of its crooked streets , I , by no means , feel that I know it . I shall look forward to another visit here , with even more pleasure than I anticipated this one . You cannot say of every city that you are not tired of it , and do not want to leave it , even for Naples ; Naples , of which the Italian saying is , that God , when he is angry with the world , opens a little window , and looks down at the beautiful Neopolitan city , and finds his anger CFQYIQ *** *** *** *** * * Guide-books are so full , and travelers notes so exhaustive of the subject , that I always fear to be telling a twice told tale , in describing anything , and , as for my feelings , etc ., if you had sat as I have , half an hour before some picture , and heard the comments of unwary and enthusiastic travele...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1874

THE UNIVERSITY . OTJB STUBBHTTB . It seems as if no body of students could be found who are pursuing their studies with as much enthusiasm as the students of the 1 . 1 . U . To prove this , you only have to saunter through the halls between classes , or rather , perhaps , immediately after chapel is the best time for such observations . As you enter the front door and the main hall , at your right , standing over the register , is a knot of boys busily discussing the principles of chemistry , and some are groaning over the problems , while others are eagerly describing a process they have just completed in the laboratory . These are first-year boys . You start up the broad stairway , and gathered on the first landing , is another group of students , ( also boys , ) and you hear one exclaim as you pass , I tell you , boys , Prof . B . gave us a long lesson in botany , to-day , all about the roots ; name em over will you ? Then there follows a list of names , of which you only catch a...

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MANUAL LABOR AT THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1874

MANUAL LABOR AT THE UNIVERSITY . There are so many young people who have to make their own way in obtaining an education , that when any chance offers for them to iabor for remunerative wages during the odd hours that can be spared from study , the chance is eagerly taken advantage of . As a rule , the manual labor schools have not been successful , and at very many institutions this labor is unpopular . We know of a college of good repute , which suggests to the public that jobs in the town can frequently be had by students ; but we further happen to know that such is the feeling among the students , that he who should seek for or accept such jobs , is practically debarred from society among them . Now , at the IndustrialUniversity , all the labor of the farms and of the shops that can be economically done by students , is performed by them ; but time has proved that there is not always enough of such labor to employ all who ask for it . They must , therefore , find jobs elsewhere ...

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