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

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

XRFniu * fnVitgUM P ¥ »« iUg % l his Sen nlilic nd IN 1 \ cehnic Univcisilv , founded jointl y by the c nuctl St lies wid the S < uc ot Illinois , olTeis I \ blRF \ ssi i ) I \ IILI i ii s I OR I DOTATION In tl c iollowm * depntrncnts I Jh C 11 < f i ir til * ne inch dinj the Scnool ot Agriculture md the School ot ] I < ttien ti 1 II / e < ollc ^ r of t ^ i ., / / t ut * , mehu inj ; tne Schools ot Mechanical Ens » incei 11 , oi Cm ! I n nieeiin ol Mining Tit i ucrmg ind of Arcl itecturc III J IK Colli c tt tlnal S it n liuluc i i , * h Scho > s ot Chemist ™ ind ot £ > itm ti Histoid l \ Jht C > llr ^ < if ] tie at HI i and S it me including thcschools ot English md Modem I mgiia ^ es m 1 oi Incicnt I in ^ uujes \ DMISS 10 N Ih Ivsttimelo cn i mcc is it the bi ^ innm ^ ot the College , ) cir in Septembci but studen > m i \ enter it mv time if prepuce ! to piss the ( . ^ munitions I he ...

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TWO PICTURES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

TWO PICTURES . BY J . L . P . The Worlds Art Gallery contains many curious and interesting pictures . In turning over and pondering upon the pages of history , do we see them , admiring some , and turning away from others . Oflimes insufficient light is thrown upon the picture , and then the sight-seer hurriedly passes on , not stopping to think that perhaps it is in his power to change the posture of the object , or to alter the lights , thus finding a happier effect . Let us take a look , not : i study , at one of these world pictures and from it , as a starting point , proceed to view a picture , next in order , which the Great Artist of all , is still at work upon , —sketched but not completed . And perhaps , from these two , the one rounded out , and the other still imperfect , some lesson may be deduced which shall be of practical benefit . Bleak and barren ware the shores of New England in the year of our Lord 1620 , and yet stout and cheery were the hearts of the men that st...

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AUTHOR LIFE OF THE EIGHTEENTH • CENTURY- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

AUTHOR LIFE OF THE EIGHTEENTH • CENTURY- E . K . —Philomathean Society . The eighteenth century was destined to work a radical change , not . only in the productions , but also in the support of the author . As we glance through the literature of the century we see the mechanical or artificial , of which Pope is the best representative , gradually breaking down and giving way to what is known as The romantic tyoe in literature . It is not our purpose to trace this great revolution in popular taste and sentiment , but if possible to give some idea of the way in which the author gained his daily bread . For many generations the popular author had been supported b y the magnanimous bounty of the sovereign , the nobles , or the political parties that were flattered by their dedications . The majority of them were supported by a liberal pension from the king , by appointment to some sinecure office , or a seat in parliament . These literary statesmen were as a rule a failure , and it now...

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TASSO'S OAK . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

TASSOS OAK . ISY H . « ., —Alcthcnai . Half way up the hill Janiculum looking down upon the ancient Borgo and the dingy yellow mass of St . Peters , stands the little church and monastery of S . Onofrio . Antique and modern Rome tie before it ; the ruins of a classic and the tenement bouses of a present age . To the rear stretches the western wall of the city , and beyond the broad deserted Campagna . The white rays of an Italian sun bear down upon the desolate stone walls and pavements of this poorer portion of the Eternal City , and knowing that the interiors correspond to the dreary exteriors , one s heart is filled with a help less p ity lor these people whose pittance of life is so meager , so uninviting . Romance fades awav at the approach of these stolid looking Romans , and one ceases to wonder that the whole populace of Caesarian Rome was wont to sell itself to the highest bidder , and that their hearts were gained b y the pomp and parade of the eonquercr returning from for...

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LABOR . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

LABOR . BY j . s ., ~ Scientific Association . From the creation of man up to the present day labor has been his allotment , the pleasure of some , the pain of others . To some the great trouble of life and that which forever haunts them , is the necessity of their laboring . To this class , life is a burden ; to them , the greater portion of life s enjoyment is los . t . In this world of activity and prbgress they play no active part , on the contrary , they are as dead weights impeding rather than aiding the progress of mankind . It is to the industrial portion of mankind that we owe all our progress , all the great industries of the present day stand as monuments of the skill and labor of the industrial classes . In the early part of man history when he labored simply for the purpose of obtaining food , the most direct method was resorted to ; and hence we find agriculture to be the first great in dustry ot man ; and as it was the first , so it will always be the leading industry...

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AGRICULTURE AND MERCHANDISING- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

AGRICULTURE AND MERCHANDISING- IJY M . J . w . —Adelphic Society . To a casual observer the comparison seems easy , and the answer very readily attained , but to the one who would study history in its movements and read from its pages the developments of civilization , the question assumes more gigantic dimension s and the result is found to be different from the former . Persons in looking at our present history and comparing it with that of a century ago become engu . fed in the grandeur which the developments of commerce have attained . The pro . luct of human laba . r instead of being compelled to confine itself to the speed of a caravan or the unskilled ship is now pressed from those iron chains and with the speed of the wind circumnavigates the g lobe in all directions , and the commerce , which in ancient times con- fined itself to the individual tribes of the same nation has now become national and universal in character . Norcan the merchandising of the world be rightly lim...

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YOU HAVE ENTERED INTOTHEIR LABORS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

YOU HAVE ENTERED INTOTHEIR LABORS . BY c . w . A . —Scientific Association . As from the stony pages ot the earths history , we read by the ripple marks , the truthful record or the slightest movements of the waters , so in the lives of those around us , we read the indelible record of the words and actions of previous generations . The workman dies , but the work lives on . As the vegetation of one summer enriches the soil for the growth of the next , so the labors of one generation prepare the field for the achievements of their successors . One soweth , another reapeth . Human cff . irt is too precious to be lost : Every good thing done is a new creation , and lives independent of history . The authors of the grandest discoveries and inventions that Ivive ever resulted from human effort , are often veiled in the most profound obscurity . It is a curious fact that the history of printing , that art which commemorates all other inventions , and hands down to posterity ever } import...

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FROM THE POSSIBLE TO THE REAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

FROM THE POSSIBLE TO THE REAL . BY M . L ., —Alethenai . In olden times among all historic nations the channel of possibilities was almost boundless , but in the advancement of modern civilization its course has narrowed and deepened . The ideal of what might be possible , cherished by the old p hilosophers , was limited , as it is in childhood , only by the imagination . The p hilosophers of to-day are too nnalytic to allow their theories to remain long in the region ot the possible ; they must be verified or discarded . They do not possess that greatness of mind which distinguished a Paracelsus , who having furnished a recipe for making a fairy had the delicacy to refrain from its construction . They have not that gentle indifference to the difference between what may be and what is . ; . In the true infancy e > f science , philosohers were as speculative and dreamy a race as poets . Marvels , omens , and impossible fancies , perpetually be < rinning and neve...

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THE WARFARE- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

THE WARFARE- Philomathean Society . The religious element is and ever has been the main factor in human nature . While we walk the crowded thoroughfares of life , we see nothing but the acts of men , and if we formed our opinions from this experience alone , should determine that all depended upon the uncertainty of human volition . But as we ascend to a higher elevation leaving the conflicts and contentions behind us , we find that the importance of human action is diminishing as we . rise higher and higher in the regions of untrammeled thought , and could we attain such an elevation . as to leave , all terrestrial influences and strife behind , we should fail to find in the passing scenes below the least indications of man , his free-will or . his uncertainties . . We should discern in the continual shift insr of scenes and vanishing- of events the eternal , in the p leasures the woes and agonies the impassive , and in the desires and longings the inexorable . We should find all u...

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"CROWDED OUT- '" [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

CROWDED OUT- s . w . c . —Alethenai . Dear soul ! How soon thy warp of life , Which now is spread so smooth and fair , The Master s gift ; and passing brief ; And waiting to be wove with care . So soon tis filled with tan sled threads , And sadly marred bv many a knot ; Till finished is the luckless web Beautiful things thus crowded out . Low earth-born cares , a numerous throng , Conspire the work to badl y dim , And ceaseless toil of hand and brain , Leave far too little thought for Him . O , wherefoie must the rush and strife , The press , the care , and harrowing doubt , Make nearly all there is of life , And beautiful things be crowded out . Have holy thoughts and lofty deeds , Been woven in th y web to-day ? Has prayer- brought down thy spirit s needs To guide thee in the mazy way ? The pattern then is wondrous bright , Which soon may be unveiled to view , And glowing in an opal light . With beauty which is ever new . Has Charity , the sweetest name Save one , in all the world...

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ICONOCLASTS AS REFORMERS- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

ICONOCLASTS AS REFORMERS- BY w . N . B . —Adelphic Society . In all the productions of man , either of the mind or of the hand , there are many things that we take for granted without the slightest inquiry as to their truth , relying entirely upon the capability and honesty of the author . The critic does a great service in selecting from the entire structure such parts as he deems inconsistent and worthy of criticism , giving his reasons for so doing , proving to those who are interested in that which he has carefully studied , that he has a proper conception of the authors ideas , and b y having the combined knowledge on the subject , both of the author shown in the production , and himself , he can better carry out the idea and perfect the thought or action . In this the critic serves a useful part , but simply the criticism is not sufficient to effect a radical and permanent cure lor some of the evils that exist . For this work there is a class of men , few in number but mighty ...

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c EDITORIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

c EDITORIAL . It is evident that at the Centennial Exposition our institution made a very creditable display of work done bv its various departments , being the center of attraction of the educational department of the State . We have been partially repiesented for the last two years at the Chicago Exposition ; but this has been so meagre that no adequate idea was given of the extent of the work of our institution . We noticed at the last Chicago Exposition only a few drawings from the architectural and art departments arranged in the miscellaneous division of the building in a way to show not the institution , but the work itself . We do not doubt that it gives character and publicity- to the institution , brings it into favorable notice among other schools and helps make friends among educated people to make displays similar to these mentioned ; but there is one class of people which this display , does not reach and it is the class which is more necessary to the success of the sc...

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LAM THINKING TO-NIGHT OF THE PAST- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

LAM THINKING TO-NIGHT OF THE PAST- BY A . I .. D . I am thinking to-night of the past , Aunt , When youth blushed fresh with the rose ; Of thosa hours ot love and bliss , Aunt , Whose sacredness nobody knows . And the hopes that leaped up before mz , Attired in heavenly glow , As spectres dim to -night I see , While I wonder why tis so . Whose friends have all been true , Aunt , Nor brought with their joy some grief , Tis the saddest of all our sorrows , Aunt , We find distrust where we placed belief . And , now , as a think to-night , Aunt , Ot what life has brought lo me , While Joy and Care sit side by side In mutual mockery .. New , freighted hours of love and bliss From Time come gliding forth . Unlike the gay , fresh kiss Of youth , in great and holy worth . And hopes of strange , resplendent forms Replace the ones for youth made meet . And so of joy I m not forlorn , I 3 i . it find thecup of Natui e sweet .

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SCIENCE NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

SCIENCE NOTES . Artificial Sea . —M . DeLesscps presented to the Academy of Sciences at its last sitting , the final report of Capt . Rondaire , who has returned from Tunis after having completed his survey of the Algero Tunsian depression . The project is now quite complete and read y for execution . All the trigonometrical measurements have been taken , and the preliminary steps for making and an inland sea have been considered . A commission of which M . DeLesseps is a member and will most probabl y be the referee was appointed by the President , Admiral Paris . The opposition offered b y some influential members of the Academy is now considered as being quite at an end . Exploration of Beni River . —Prof . James Orton of Vassar College has nearly completed his preparations for the exploration of the river Beni , a little known tributary of the Maderia river , the largest affluent of the Amazon . Prof . Orton sums up the special objects of the survey as follows : i . To solve som...

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

the Andes with the United States . In Prof . Ortons opinion , the search for the source of the Nile , while not of greater interest than that of the Beni , is of very much less commercial value . MECHANICAL DICTIONARY : —Something new in the way of dictionaries has made its appearance , edited and published in this country and called Knight s American Mechanical Dictionary . It is one of the largest and most complete works of the kind ever printed . In this may be found every mechanical tool and process given with its correct pronunciation and classification , aims , history and introduction . Wherever needed , descriptive matter is supplemented with illustrations in elevation , detail or plan . It is issued in three volumes of nearly 3 , 000 pages . For the student and inventor the work will prove useful in showing the historical progress and present position of every branch of art and manufacture . BLUE GLASS SCIENCE : —As the blue glass fever is now running high , we give the the...

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THE VISIT OF THE LEGISLATURE- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

THE VISIT OF THE LEGISLATURE- The number of the committee from the legislature visiting the University this year , was unusually large . There were three full • committees represented , making in all about fifty members . The visitors first inspected the mechanical building , where the students , both in the wood and iron shops , were at work . From thence to the main building visiting library until chapel time . Dr . Gregory introduced Speaker Shaw of the house of representatives who-made a few remarks in behalf of the Committees . He eulogized the labors of the Regent in bringing the institution to its present high standard . It was to Dr . Gregorys efforts and the broad culture and gentlemanly deportment of the graduates of the I . I . U . that she owed her high position . He assured the students that he should ever remain a friend of the institution , and do all he could for its interests as long as it continued to show such fruits as it did at present . He was lad to find his ¦...

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AROUND THE UNIVERSITY . ' . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

AROUND THE UNIVERSITY . . Miss Bryant recently visited the University . Capt . G : L . Sim commands the new Co . H . The names of all the officers of Co . G . commences withtS . Miss An lie Co : i lits happy face is missed from our ranks . It is reported that F . A . Dean is to join the band . He nose he . can blow . In case of an emergency it were well if each society had a representative in the Faculty . 1 The Ward Casts presented b y Mr . Cobb are the center of attraction in the Museum . Speaker Shaw , of the Illinois House of Representatives is an old pupil of Prof . Pickard . Shall I pick that curl up at recess ? was what the note said , that made the Sophomores smile . The anniversary was celebrated for invited guests . There will be one for students some other time . A ., G . Kennedy has been elected Presiden t , and Frank Fenety Secretary of the Philomathean Society . The precision ; rapidity and grace with which the pride of the Battalion ( Co . A . ) moves is truly remarka...

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PRSONALS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1877

PRSONALS . C . Weston 76 , visited the ILLINI recently . it J . B . Sp itler is attending Medical College at KeokulvJacob Bohn paid a visit to the 1 . I . U . a short time since . Ex-Adjutant Palmer , 76 , paid a flying visit to Champaign a few days since . J . H . Parks 75 , of the Tuscola Review visited the University recently . J . Mueller , class of 75 is connected with a hydropathic establishment in Keokuk . J . W . Campbell is becoming very much attached , of late to his Alma-Mater . Wonder why . F . V . Doty , 79 , is at Columbus College , Ohio . He seems to be well p leased in his new quarters . S . Cecil Stanton of London Eng ., writes that heintends finishing : his course at the I . I . U . next year . Jim Mannis apparently as patriotic as ever . The Gem of the Ocean is still foremost in his thoughts . Miss Susie Clark , 78 , is teaching in Genesee . Co ., N . Y ., and intends returning to the I . I . U . next year . • Win . B . Chandler 7 6 , came to Alma Mater in company...

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