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Monmouth Collegian (Newspaper) - December 23, 1887, Monmouth, Illinois 1887. 8. COLLEGIAN JOINT STOCK iit l 111. as if not within two lii obtained at the h 1)00U will 1)0 sent to ions to the all to 111. OF in J. M. S. It. K. A. are all and our is own blood and Any nobleness begins at once to line a man s any meanness or sensuality to them Hakes of snow that the seemingly of life succeed one As tlie snow so are habits No single Hake that is added to the pile produces a no single action however it may a is a of character in the at whatever rigidly adheres to that all men In the business the who is known to be is always at a Hut we so much admire this virtue it cannot bii that it is to always be It has been said that it is lo tell a truth ami hard to tell a Fortunate would it be if it but it is Jf we attain to this virtue we strive for it. it is the foundation of all of I f we have not we have no on which to build a and Though at times the temptation to truth that we may reach some desired be ami keep you your whole and build not for time but for term that has just closed has been a pleasant one to both faculty and A spirit of friendship has prevailed and those who have been here for the Hrst time will return tifter thinking that in selecting Monmouth from among the many institutions of learning they have chosen has Iteen done by most ol the of your coming sound similar to the midnight and the vacation will be These that must be nades of these enjoyed on account of the and if we answer them But if of offended parties hard Unt the term has not j candidly to we will fo catch the been bright it lias had its i back with a clearer it is that their as who of our duty and be better able to of the would be rather with us last fall have been absent most ol t be lei ni on ot One who by ing had bound by friendship's strongest been removed by also out that This has been In comparison a cat or pleasant We have had would be treated social good fore we warn disturbers to IS t o him j progi and we feel t hat every j this not be repeated has depart the has ' in the Such conduct is not ye I been in a We consistent in any ft is going to take a little a shame it a the midst oi t wo weeks or iis jof lijs is to be disturbed not go fo but fo ha ve Ijy such We like It will do us good fo We do not dislike a fellow for his freedom books good rather do we and indulge in the s ol a fellow that can make a the With this diversion we good deal of Hut we expect no will rest and and Ibr We wish all a and a rake it. New in the and truest will get the most lieni and Ironi bis I The fo 11)is entirely on t he manner in which each one spends We college if we have all that the catalogue has out nave surely worked hard enough during the four months to two fake il all all the take all the is any you possibly can. faculty to the back with heart and in a and if he is found in any meanness of the above Ibr him is greatly If an voue to engage in let it be at the tini and with the we would analyze the methods by which ones in the race of life have achieved we will lind that it was bv even if you do not bring with to seize on next you a pile of essays high enough to Some are born to some satisfy the opinions of the achieve and some have worthy faculty or the critical vice- thrust upon but in society irv who are lo greatness unto day is the evil who have thrust So let next work fake care of upon them are nothing to those itself till term achieve greatness by their by watching every that presents itself fo seize upon next Every one a nation may hang on its not been given the power to Olle little buf the late of a human being the It may thoughtlessly and without the to bur. if does its and It may have been spoken in anger and was scarcely uttered before the one who it would give a of his precious though it fo possess t he power fo Oil lei never sli Ilie best impulse Mieck they soil we may express sorrow the words so hastily and be loi and still there will remain that momentary we needlessly this never be The effect of unkind words has been compared to the hide made by a nail driven into the nail may be lait there still remains the hole as a constant reminder that the nail has at one time filled it. There are too many hearts by harsh and cruel what is the next Hut those to whom it has given are assured of given this but Ironi they and he who hesitates is of this is not an uncommon remark of students that they to that they tobe pressed because such circumstances they can accomplish This may lie true of work I hat easy through of that by continually calling into activity certain of our faculties comes to be performed may be rushed along at without sacrificing the of the The skilled nailer turns the iron har with almost but yet performs his work better tlian if he to turn it The man receives an becomes a more energetic man under of is nothing so likely to produce this hurry is as a settled not to the highest session of school has past and we given an to rest and visit our and glance the work of the past term and determine how we have spent the you neglected the opportunities offered you H 1-Jave yon made a mistake as to the so likely to assure a mediocrity of as a daily of duties with a vague that will turn Life is too short for mere unless waiting be Let him who waits watch also that any straw which Hoats in his direction may be to best It is once in a thousand times that one to One arrives having with toil and pain and taken in hand from time to time as next is by outward it is in the excessive the or greatly disturbed the meeting of society two three evenings of the term by standing in the the of the halls and giving vent to the most horrid of These individuals do not belong to the or canine species if their renderings do is Scott said that although he had known men of ordinary abilities who were of perfect regularity in their he had never known a man of genius who was so. Hut genius has burst forth in its most dazzling splendor in literature discovery it is not the of a life hurried and pressed lor the culminating of of Napoleon said that battles were won by the sudden Hashing of an idea through the brain oi the commander at a critical expected this and it failed Hut was not this the result of the thorough study he had made of the art of If you think you have genius acquire power by for thus alone will genius attain its greatest
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