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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

SAM . DALLENBACH , /^^ % v DEALER IN , P ^ / SttM \ \ . WATCHES , CLOCKS & JEWELRY ; f ^ fe ^^ J ; ¦ . No . 14 Main Street , Champaign , III . \^ f ^^^ ]^ p % ^^ m / Repairing Done Promptly anil in a Workmanlike Manner \ Pq $ ^ g &( i £$ V / if ljIr AT LOWftATES . ¦ X ^^^^^ ¦ Compliments of . adttSfe JESAXTON & CO <| ja &| ¦ - ¦ S TUDENTS . 45 BL And for anything in J ^ HL the stationery line give ^^ ipSBK us a call . Full stock ^ . . iWflbs ; OakSt ., SofDoancHousc . VBB 3 & j £ h ^ T . STsT . STJT , rX 3 : jftk . K ! X > , STITCHKD BOOTS A SPECIALTY . REPAIRING NEATLY DONE . TIERNAN S BLOCK , 14 , MAIN ST ., URHANA , ILLINOIS . JACOB EBERT , BAKERY ATSn CONFECTIONERY , Keeps the bat Bread , Cakes and Pies in the city , made by the most experienced Baker in town . ORNAMENTAL R CA £ ES MADE First St ., Champaign . . UNIFORMS $ 20 . 00 ! Maile to order of Gov t Standard Cadet Grey . Other clothing cheap...

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LITERARY DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

LITERARY DEPARTMENT . ARE THE STARS INHABITED ? ^ Sjfjgj llAKE HASTE my muse , while yet without *^ i || Hjfi The North wind sighs in mournful sound ; v & Sts ^ While still the snow falls thick and fast And spreads its whiteness on the ground ; While through my blinds , wind demons howl And groan till all my windows shake : While flames , fiend-like , leap from the fire . As in the dark their thirst to slake ; Inspire my pen while now I sing Of yonder world—bright twinkling star , Where thoughts flow out like music sweet Where light and beauty ever are . * * * * ^ * The songs of every age have told Of some Elysian fields of bliss , Of glorious ease and peaceful rest In some far brighter world than this . O er yon sun-tinted mountain top , The Greeks Elysian glory is . The Indian o er the foam-tipped wave , Sees happier hunting grounds than his . Upon some wave-kissed , flower-strewn shore . The Spanish Eldorado lies . The Christian looks through dismal death ; The New Je...

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UNFINISHED WORK . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

UNFINISHED WORK . ^ ff | j § H E SYRIAN city of Baalbec is famed for the ruins of two sliP grand temples . Travelers in their descriptions of these vast structures mention three immense stones which form a part of the foundation wall of the greater temple . Lying in the quarry south of the town is the largest worked stone in the world , seemingly designed for the same temple . It is nearly 70 feet in length and lies there almost ready to be transported to its niche in the gigantic platform of the Temple of the Sun . Not quite finished ! The plan not quite completed ! The traveler gazes upon this huge block and looks to the vacant niche in yonder wall but nothing tells him why the work was left undone . Something called the workmen away ; and there the unfinished stone has lain for forty centuries and the temple for which it was designed has crumbled to ruins . Just so the colossal Rutub Minar although a finished column in itself is but a fragmentary memorial of a great unfinished pl...

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THE SCHOLAR'S DUTY TO SOCIETY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

THE SCHOLARS DUTY TO SOCIETY . ^ ] I § S A S 0 RT OF historical introduction we will state that at ? t | p |^ our own suggestion we hav just red Saint-Beuve s description of the salon de Madame Recatnier . Then we reflected on the last sociable . After which we almost wisht that we had been M . Chateaubriand , or even David orMoreau . We read how in times past the greater minds of Paris used to assemble for conversation , how the drawing-rooms of many a highly gifted lady or distinguished litterateur often sparkled with the wit or grew famous in the atmosphere of wisdom they were wont to breathe . And in such atmosphere the timid blossoming genius , kindly received and favored ere long felt at home in his destined sphere , flourished and waxed strong . While the older author firmer grounded in his convictions , gained in conflict of opinions new weapons to serve his end , tho still learning from personal intercourse a kindliness and courtesy soon lost by one who talks but by pen . W...

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SCIENCE AND ART . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

SCIENCE AND ART . THE IMPENDING WAR . ^^ IMKHE CONDITIONS imposed upon conquered Russia after the ? ? llP Crimean war by the Treaty of Paris , in March , 18 5 6 , were harsh and unjust ; one being the banishment of the Russian ships of war from the Black Sea ; another the abolition of the Russian protectorate over the Sclavonic Danubian principalities . These conditions could not be complied with and the national honor sustained . Since that time the diplomatists of both countries have seen that a final and decisive war was inevitable , and it seems now very near at hand . The causes for this impending conflict are the following : England fears for India , her richest colony , which Russia has always coveted . Russia has acquired territory to the southward by conquest and treaty , until her frontier is separated from that of India only by Afghanistan . The possession of that country , therefore , leaves India at the mercy of its possessor . For forty years Russia and Engknd have int...

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IRON . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

IRON . ^ l | j | WELL-KNOWN gentleman once said in the presence of the ? » flte writer , that next to being a member of the human race , and a dweller in a civilized country of the nineteenth century , he thought he would rather be a railroad locomotive than any other product of creation . Considering its source and the thoughtful manner in which it was said , no hig her tribute to human genius could be offered . Surrounded , as we are , with every luxury which an iron age can offer , we give hut a careless thought to those mighty works and subtle processes that transform a mountain mass into a railroad engine . Though these place . ; are not venerable in years , nor are they frescoed by the hands of an angel ( for scarcely a half century has passed since the demand for iron became great , and their walls and niches are ornamented with coal-dust and cobwebs , ) yet , were one to spend a day examining the details of a rolling-mill , penetrating the labyrinth which science has excavat...

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HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY . MADAME ROLAND . . ^ IPASSING INTO our art gallery , we notice upon the right , as ? ? . W § we enter , among the pictures of eminent French persons , that of Marie Jeanne Phillipon Roland , better known in French history as Madame Roland . The French revolution of 1793 was the parent of many grand characters , but among them all , there were none who lived a nobler life , or died a more heroic death than Madame Roland . She was born in 1754 , in the city of Paris . It was just at this time , that a hatred of oppression , and a desire for liberty began to be awakened in the minds of the French people . They had endured oppression for years under the despotism of Louis XIV and Louis XV . Their earnings had all flown into the coffers of the king and of the church . There was no other country in the world where there was so much squalor and misery . The father of Jeanne Philippon was an infidel . Oppression by the church had produced in him disbelief in her doctr...

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THE NINE WORTHIES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

THE NINE WORTHIES . l 4 | p N HISTORY WE FIND accounts of many persons who , by * TffP their ability and decisive action have freed their people from the invasions of their enemies , or have benefitted them by governing with wise laws . Again we find those who , led by their ambition , and encouraged by past successes , push on , extending their power and territory . The student of history is apt to compare these leaders , their abilities and characters , their plans and successes . Such a comparison was made by a writer of the last century who selected nine men , three from each of three classes , the Jews , the Gentiles and the Christians , and called them the Nine Worthies of the World . Of the Jews , the first is Joshua , who succeeds Moses as the leader of the Israelites , bringing them into the promised land , and conquers all who oppose him . The time Joshua lived is placed by some , at or near 1700 B . C . Milman claims , however , in his History of the Jews that there are n...

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EDUCATIONAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

EDUCATIONAL . TEACHERS INSTITUTES . is of . <^|||! HE TEACHERS Institute one the most important fac- ? Sspl tors in our educational system . It is a natural outgrowth re . suiting from an increasing demand for competent instructors and from a desire on the part of many teachers to obtain a high standing in the profession . Associations hearing the name of County Teachers Institutes have been organized in many , perhaps in a majority of the counties of our state , and , that a good work is being accomplished through their agenc \ is an undoubted fact . They are symbols of a higher civilization than is afforded in past times , and , so far as concerns educational matters , are an evidence that , the present is improving on the age that went before . The objects for which they are organized and maintained are twofold : —First ; For mutual improvement in methods of teaching . Second ; F , or the purpose of forming the acquaintance of co-workers in in the profession . Our effi...

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EDITORIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

EDITORIAL . THE ILLINI PUBLISHED MONTHLY , AT THE ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . BDITOEI ^ L STAFF : HENRY M . BEARDSLEY , EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . C . J . BILLS , BUSINESS AGENT . Literary , Science and Art , Education , History and Biography , NETTIE MCALLISTER , W . A . THOMPSON , R . P . COBURN , II . S . I . EWEI-LIN . Local Department , W , N . BUTLER and L . TAFT . TERMS : gr , oo per year , in advance . All articles for insertion should be sent the Chief Edit or and all business communications to the Business A . l ( ent , care of ILLINI , Champaign , Illinois . We are glad to see the students taking hold of the spelling reform with so much zeal . It speaks well for our university that it is in the lead in this grand movement . We expect to meet with opposition : every reform is opposed . But led as we are in this work by the most prominent philologists of England and America , we feel cofident of success . We were told the other day by one of our missionaries who had been in Chi...

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UNIVERSITY NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

UNIVERSITY NOTES . Al . Gregory will be home during the holidays . Miss Nannie Davis came over from Monticello to-hear Phillips . Peck was the guest of the Tcnneseans while they were in town . Thanksgiving week was kept as one of praver by the I . I . U . Y . M . C . A . The Prairie Farmer finds fault with our proposed change of name . Mrs . Capt . Whitham spent Thanksgiving with her parents at Student s Home . George Zellar is still at the Saint Louis Medical College . He is going there this year , sure . Many valuable wyrks on conchology and other branches of natural history have just been added to the Library . Doc Williams entered the Senior class at the veterinary in Montreal this Fall . He likes the school very well . Quite a number of students assembled at the Students Home on Thanksgiving evening , and wetc entertained by the Misses Page . The Sophomores havt two members who hold state teacher s certificates—the class president , Mr . F . M . McKay , and M . Peadro . During ...

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EXCHANGES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

EXCHANGES . We welcome the Ariel . It is the second number that has graced our table . Among the number of our new exchanges few hold our attention as does the Ariel . Its printing is well done . Its local work possesses the peculiar charm of conciseness . Such operations as those performed by the Freshman band leaves anything but a favorable impression upon our minds . Such scenes belong to the ages of the past . We notice from the tone of the editorials that some of the students seem to feel that their rights are abridged . Our advice is : Be republican , and govern yourselves . Our faculty delegated this power of self-government to us several years ago , and have never been sorry for it . The Cornell Review greets our eye as another of our new exchanges . We have only read the first half of the magazine as the second half changes the subject too often . Cornell shows her ability not only to pull the oar but also to wield the pen . As we glance over the editorial columns of this a...

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MECHANICAL AND MILITARY BUILDING . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

MECHANICAL AND MILITARY BUILDING . : ; ^| | iilf . pttiililil | piiii § il | i > The first floor is occupied by the Mechanical and Architectural laboratories of the schools . of Mechanical Engineering and of Architecture ., These laboratories are amply equipped with machinery and • appliances . The iron and wood working machinery is almost constantly in action , driven by steam , power . The engine is 16 nominal horse-power , of the automatic , or variable cut-off pattern . The line of iron shafting is 72 feet long . ¦ The practice in , these laboratories is equivalent , in effect , to a • school in Mechanical Art , Design and Construction . The instruction begins with the use of the tools in the production of the elementary forms met with in construction , especial attention being given to the shape ancibest condition of cutting tools and the proper manipulation in the sharpening and use of the same . This practice represents a number of shops such as the pattern worker ...

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IlJtto & I . »¦ = Jxt & paAxfal' Iflfi & tets &^ i * . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

IlJtto & I . »¦ = Jxt & paAxfal Iflfi & tets &^ i * . . . ¦ ¦ • - URBAN A , . CHAMPAIGN COUNTl , ILLINOIS . This State University , founded jointl y by the United States and the < State-of . Illinois , offers . Unsurpassed Facilities for Education in the following departments : . ; . - . ; I . The College of Agriculture , including the School of Agriculture and the - School of Horticulture , -. .. ¦ - - . : ,- . . . ¦ - J * Tt . The College of Engineeriiig , \ nc \\\&\ v \ % the Schools of Mechanical Engineer . iivg , of Civil Engineering , of Mining Engineering , and of Architecture . . - IIL The College of Natural Science , including the Schools of Chemistry of • / .: Natural History , and of Domestic Science- . IV . The College of Literature and Science , -including the schools of Englislv arid • Modern . Languages ! and of Ancient Languages . > - Besides , these there , are the . School of ConVmerc...

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Page 33 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

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LITERARY DEPARTMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

LITERARY DEPARTMENT . ARE THE STARS INHABITED ? , ,,:: 1 jSJj AK . K HASTE my ¦ muse , while yet without f &; t M \ The North wind sighs in mournful sound ; ¦ -t ,. : While still the snow falls thick and fast And spreads its whiteness on the ground ; While through my blinds , wind demons howl And groan till all my windows shake : While flames , fiend-like , leap from the lire , A < in the dark their thirst to slake ; Inspire my pen while now I sing Of yonder world—bright twinkling star , Where thoughts How out like music sweet Where light and beauty ever are . - ^ ... ... - -.. .. •* - , . The songs of every age have told Of some Elysian fields of bliss , Of glorious case and peaceful rest In some tar brig hter world than this . O er yon sun-tinted mountain top , The Greek s Elysian glory is . The Indian o er the foam-tipped wave , Sees happier hunting grounds than his . Upon some wave-kissed , Mower-strewn shore . The Spanish Eldorado lies . The Christian . l...

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EXCHANGES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1878

EXCHANGES . We welcome the Ariel . It is the second number that has graced our table . Among the number of our new exchanges few hold our attention as does the Ariel . Its printing is well done . lis local work possesses the peculiar charm ot conciseness . Such operations as those performed by the Ercshman band leaves anvthiiv but a favorable impression upon our minds . Such scenes belong to the ages of the past . We notice from the tone of the editorials that some of the students seem to feel that their rights are abridged . Our advice is : Be republican , and govern yourselves . Our faculty delegated this power of self-government to us several years ago , and have never been sorry for it . T / m Cornell Review greets our eye as another of our hew exchanges . We haveonlv read the first half of the magazine as the second half changes the subject too oi len . Cornell shows her ability not only to pull the oar but . also to wield the pen . As we glance over the editorial columns of th...

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