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Page 40 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1877

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Publication Title: Daily Illini
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AN AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT OFTHE DISCOVERY OF GOLD IN CALIFORNIA . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1877

AN AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT OFTHE DISCOVERY OF GOLD IN CALIFORNIA . liV C - . MT . JAS , | .. UI . KNi ; il 75 . It lias been mv good fortune to -iojmun in a coinmunitv in which there resides a party who was present at the discoverv of gold in California . As there are only lour person * now living who were present at the important discoverv , and as this individual is well known to be an honest , -in industrious , a truthful , and a ( rod tearing man , I trust that a brief account of mv interview ,,- ilh the distinguished pioneer , veteran and philanthropist will be read with interest . As the narrator paused to collect his sc tttcrcd thoughts , I noted that there were no sounds to disturb save the ticking of the dusty clock , the cackling ofthe old speckled hen ( assisted by the sympathetic rooster ) the hungry squeal of a few black p igs , the dull bell ofthe muly cow , and the thumping of his generous heart . At length he said : — In the fall of * . | 7—along about this timcol the vear...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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COLLEGE CLIPPINGS- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1877

COLLEGE CLIPPINGS- Scene in Math . Room . — Well , Mr . how far have you got ? Mi . I ., ( Jot stuck . — Orient . Senior , reciting in Mental— I 5 y the imagination ws can picture things more perfect than we can make them . Prof . — Tor example , you can imagine a belter recitation than vou can make . —Ex . A Freshman was seen looking out of the window , and wa-. heard to exclaim , I wonder if the rroon is shining like this at Vnssar . —Itow-. / oiu Orient . We would have liked to have been there to see . —Ex . Two students wciv overheard discu sing their examination papers : Did you cheat , Joer Joe— -Not I . Why that new tutor can look right through a double brick wall . And thev mutually agreed that -Honesty is the best policy . —Oberlin Review . — Prof . —„ lfa vessel sails from Iialtimore down the Chesapeake Bav . b y ( he ports of what state would she pass ? Senior— -Bv the ports of the state of Delaware . A collection was at once taken up and a geography procured for the unfo...

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Page 42 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1877

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1877

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1877

- ¦ ¦ -: . DEALER IN Clocks , Watches , Jexvchy , Notions , Shot Gi ( ns , Pistols , . . -. ¦¦ Knives , Silverware , <& c ., d-c ., & c . ¦ . •¦ : - —» - ^^ - * ¦ —¦—— | gf J EWELRY REPAIRED AND WARRANTED . CHEAPEST PLACE IN riiis CITY . iIEiiTI ? , 2 aaad . IC &^ -IRXIEaiE ;^ , :;;:^R©^£1*5,¦¦¦¦ EAST SIDE , _ _ - _ ¦ „„ :: - . . - ¦ • •¦ : CHAWIPAICN . ~ ~ DMTNG T HALL , . ¦ ¦ \ : * J * uvs **&¦] : . H .. GBAY , . PROPRIETOR . . — -- ---. Basement of GARWOOD S Bi , oeK . . MANUFACTURER OF Warm . Meals amiO ysters ¦¦ Servnl : at , BOOTS AMD SHOEi ALL HtlRS . COR . MA / A ^ 1 IUWOXT sv : s . \ CHVRWS ^^ jjgg ^ Go to Smith & Son s for a good dinner- tea , or lunch . SUBSOKIBKFplt THEIDLIMI. ENLAR<^I>tav£:CV/S •¦¦ .¦^#pR^^^G£dr $t»@9iiMgimpf.<tf®¥*#&*: ,- HACK NUMBERS FBRSlSHljD , . ,: .: . _ M - • - ¦¦ ¦ ; aMtrtis TiiE ; iiiLiN ( , ? . cw »* w % ; iw . ;^; :

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1877

D 0 WN WITH HIGH PRICES ! : •• lS Ot ! 2 t M « J . T *« V ¦ 7 he old Students ali . kno-v it , and the New olcs aiarhi to , hat :LOCKEv&SAXT6N:S is the cheapest place in Chnn pnign , to-. b . ii y _ Jirst cidss goods di rcasonai ) , a rates . LOOK AT OUR PRICES , AND TilEXiBE CONVINCED : . istcJassNote Paper , lo and . 15 cts , per . quire , js-t class Mueikge , .. 5 els . per Bottle , ! •. Fools Cap 15 -2 e > . ¦ . •Ink , .. 5 •¦ . • . Best Drawing Penens-4 lor 25 cents . Best Eivvclo ] .. es niacle , lo . c . i . ts , . Bemeiabertlj . e place , © -A . 3 I St- rt < Tea , r IDoa-sic Eio-vise . ALEXANDER Si J i ^ Cb , . DEALER I . N ¦ ¦ Groceries , Provisions , < . 0 Bakery , Corner of Main and Market Streets , URBANA ¦ - -: - ILLINOIS . I Uccji constantly on hand a full line of STAPLE & FANCY . GROCERIES , Which I will sell as cheap as any - .- .. . house in the county . Special attention to Students in the eleli very of Brcad...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1877

lUimsJjw Itt & fcjsAfc & ti ; Jifilte ^ sittji- , .,. .. ; . 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 , includingtheSchool of Agriculture and the School of Horticulture :- . . . . •¦ II . The College ot 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 and of Natural History . IV . The College of Literature and Science ; including the schools of English arid Modern Languages , and of Ancient Languages . ¦¦ . ADMISSION : - :.. . . The best time for entrance is at thcliegirining of the College year in Septeiri ber but students-may enter at any time it jjrepared to pass the examinations . The University is open t both sexes ...

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AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1877

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION- From an Address by Prof . G . E . Morrow , of the School of Agriculture , Illinois Industrial University \ In complying with the request of the Faculty that , at the commencement of my work in the University , I should thus publicly say some words concerning Agricultural Education and especially concerning the College of Agriculture and its work , I bear in mind that to perform is better than to promise ; to quietly and faithfully do ones work is vastly more important than the speaking of any words about what that work is to be ; and that we have the best of authority for the statement , that if anyone is justified in boasting , it is he who has finished his task rather than he who is just beginning . It is not only proper but it is a pleasure for me to express my appreciation of the kindly words of welcome which have just been spoken , and my equally grateful appreciation for the less formal greeting I have received from the faculty * students , and trustees...

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WORK . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1877

WORK . REPORTED BY J AS . FAULKNER , 75 . Since the day when woman by her disobedience invoked the condemnation of Almighty God upon the human race , man has been a toiler ; a toiler on the land , a toiler on the sea . In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread , said the Lord ; and six thousand years of human history in every part of the inhabited globe , and amid tropical bowers , and beneath inclement skies , wonderfully attests this strange edict . And with all the accumulations of ages , with all that has been gathered from mines and marts and cultivated fields by the untiring labors of the race , the present hour still reveals him panting and sweating in the struggle to which he was consigned at Eden s gate post . The habitation which God has given to man is itself suggestive of sturdy efforts ; here man is placed upon the defensive : and the immi .- nant perils that confront him summon him like a bugle blast to arm for the frvy . Verily , man is born on a battle field . Hi...

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LITERATURE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1877

LITERATURE . BY AKTIIUR c . JACKSON . —Adelphic Society . The love of literature is , perhaps , the most remarkable and characteristic form in which advancing civilization exhibits itself . From being the absorbing passion of the learned few , it becomes with the progress of education , the delight and favorite occupation ot numbers ; loosing , perhaps , in intensity what it gains in universality . For , without joining in the views of the indiscriminate eulogiesof past times , it cannot bedeniedthat the engrossing devotion to study which characterized the learned men of the first two centuries after the revival of knowledge rarely finds a parallel at the present day . More diversified subjects of interest now occupy the inquiring mind . The ancient Romans , as well as Greeks , produced works in all departments of literature which will bear comparison with the masterpieces of modern times . There is a want of finish and harmony of tone in the literature of the present day ; a want o...

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DEFENSE OF SCIENCE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1877

DEFENSE OF SCIENCE . . ¦ BY D .. w . s . —Scientific Association . Superstition dwells , abundantly in the m nds of the ignorant . As . we find luxuriant vegetation in tropical climates springing from fertile soil , just so surely is superstition the offspring of ignorance . So : long as a . nation or race of people are ignorant of the laws which gov-ern-the phenomena which they see in nature , just so long will we find them to be superstitious , imredulotis and distrustful . Some people suppose that science is not of God , and that all scientific investigators are atheists , skeptics or disbelievers in the existence of a God . If we study science aright , understandingly and in the fear of God , we believe that science and the Bible will be found to be per fectly consistent . Many of those who conduct the most laborious ex- ; periments and make the most useful discoveries do so at their own expense , many of them spending their entire lives and fortunes in the cause of science ; sh...

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COMPARATIVE PHILOLOGY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1877

COMPARATIVE PHILOLOGY . BY GEO , it . STEVENS—Adelpliic Society . Comparative philology is the comparative study of languages , the study of their resemblances and differences and the relations which they bear to each other . While philology has been studied from the time of the Greeks and Romans , comparative philology is of much more recent origin , dating from the last century . The chief growth of comparative philologywas the introduction of Sanskrit in Europe from India . Sanskrit is a dead language , oiice spoken in India , in which the sacred books of the Brahmins are written , and is known to be very ancient . It resembles all the European languages in many respects and these resemblances at once struck linguists as being ot tlie same natute as those between the Roman languages of Southern Europe , and from this its relationship to the European languages was argued . But the , opinion was hotly combatted as being ridiculous and founded on a few remote resemblances between a ...

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WORDS- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1877

WORDS- PEAIU . —Alethenai Society . Unkind and thoughtless words oft pierce , Like arrows keen , the heart . And lodged as canker make the wound Beyond the healers art . For some are shot with venomed points Ah ! deadlier far than blows . And from each heart where they are lodged A poisoned current flows . And often words that lightly fly , From thoughtless rosy lips With sharp unconscious power cut deep Until the life blood drips . And though the balm of thoughtful love May still the throbbing pain ; May close and heal the wanton gash The scar must aye remain . sound scientific basis . Now it assumes the rank of a science , being classed by Max Muller among the physical sciences , and has many earnest students in Europe and America . I do riot intend to give ah extended article on comparative philology , its methods arid manner in which it arrives at its conclusions , but simply to give a short resume of some of its results . It has demonstrated , by a minute study of the languages...

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ALESSON WITHOUT BOOKS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1877

ALESSON WITHOUT BOOKS . BY H . M ., —Philomathean Society . , The sun was sinkingin the west .. The winds began to rise , and black clouds were seen floating through the skies . There was every indication possible of a violent storm , while now and then the bright rays of the sun shot out their crimson hues illuminating the mountain tops and casting shadows-of unequaled splendor upon the surroundings . ¦ ,.. . ¦ So beautiful indeed that the young hunter forgot the threatening storm , and stood gazing at the beautiful surroundings , watching with eager interest , panoramic views which were changed-and renewed with every flash of light from the sun , until he was again reminded of the increasing danger b y thefalling of rain drops upon his hunting jacket . Hurrying as quickly as possible from the mountain top , he was soon at the base near which ran a road . Hastily taking refuge in a . cave , the only visible shelter offered , he buttoned his jacket the closer and sat down intending ...

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GOSSIP- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1877

GOSSIP- H . G . —Alethcnai . From time immemorial womans gossi p has been a never-failing subject of interest and derision to her more prudent brother . Eves opportunities for developing her talent in this direction were limited , but it is not difficult to fancy Adam casually reiharking tb the wil y serpent that the woman s tongue spares nothiiig in its ceaseless flow . What would the country editor do , when politics and the weather lack their usual space , were it not . for the ever-convenient topics ot gossip and the long-suffering mother-in-law ? With what untiring zeal docs he dress up the ideas which they suggest in some newer garb and introduce them again and again to the public ! Great minds and mediocre alike find enjoyment in the contemplation of this failing ascribed solely to the weaker sex . Even the gentle-minded , favor-seek-ing Horace uses as a trite illustration the hackneyed p hrase , anilcs fa bellae , —old womans tales . Is it true ? Are women and women only , g...

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