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Page 34 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1879

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Publication Title: Daily Illini
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

SAM.DALLENBACH,:/^^V;. DEALER IN / Stf ST QSJ ° ^ \ S . \ WATCHES , CLOCKS & JEWELRY , p SC ^^ L 3 No . 14 Main Street , Champaign , 111 . \^ n ^^^^^^^^ MJ Repairing Done Promptly and in a Workmanlike Manner \ ° JX ^ O- ^ # | i ? * y- VyV / g / , . .- AT LOW RATES . . X ^^^^ . ¦¦CO&BY&MMMM:^ \ DEALERS IN GROCERIES AND -PROVISIONS . EAST SIDE , CHAMPAIGN . Special inducements to clubs . ESTABLISHED IN 1860 . S : H . SOT 3 DEES STEAM , RENOVATING AND DYE HOUSE , Gents Coats , Pants , Vests , Hats , etc ., Cleaned Dyed and Repaired in a Su- ,: perior Manner . . Fremont St .. one donr north of Main—Box « GREEN & IRVIN , ¦ fc ^ Jau . fcrC « td-fcJMfcOST ( University Avenue , East Side . ) CHAMPAIGN , ILL . SHAVIVG , SHAMPOONING AND HAIR Cutting in first-class style . Students are respectfully invited to call . - 4 : 6 t BARBER , ( Corner Mam and Walnut Sts . ) „ ¦• - / -. ¦ ; : HIS work will tell ; call and see hinv . ¦ ¦J.T.PEARMAN, j ¦ . ...

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FLORENCE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

FLORENCE . FLORENTIA , the city of flowers . Flowers everywhere , in doors and out , in the public gardens , in the market place , in mosaic , in fresco , and in arabesque—flowers that might have decked the brow of Flora or tempted Persephone to the very Plutonic regions . Florence , the capital of Tuscany , lies , in a mountain basin , like a statuette in the midst of a vast fountain . She is supposed to have derived her name from her situation on a flowery plain . She is built on both sides of the Arno , in about the same latitude as Portland , Maine . Early historians call her the noble city , the daughter of Rome . The melancholy spirit of the Middle Ages seems only to have glided over her . She is an elegant Pagan , who , as soon as she thought , declared herself , at first timidly , then openly , elegant and pagan . If the history of a city is recorded in her monuments , and if her monuments are the crystallization of the thought and religions sentiment , the poesy and heroism...

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POETRY OF SCIENCE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

POETRY OF SCIENCE . IT IS SAID THAT the age of poetry is past , that the world of thought has moved from ideality to reality , that the iron of the nineteenth century has crowded poetry from the soul of man . In some sense this may be true ; but man is still , and ever will be poetical ; he still has his poetry . It may not be a poetry of superstition , but it is a poetry of truth , justice , humanity ; charity for fellow man , respect for his right as a man and a brother . The present is eminently a practical age . Man s poetry is read in the sciences and practical arts . For all this there is a reason . Man is never content , he is ever moving ; swinging from one extreme to another . Just as in John Calvin , of the sixteenth ctntury , we see one extreme in religion . The pendulum has swung to the opposite extreme and Robt . G . Ingersoll of the 19 th century is the result . The one represents an age of severity and revenge , the other of gentleness , forgiveness , healing for all ...

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"EDUCATION , A BULWARK OF MORALITY . " [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

EDUCATION , A BULWARK OF MORALITY . [ Oration delivered by C . G . NEEI . Y of the Illinois Industrial University , at the Inter-Collegiate Contest , in Champaign , October , z , 1 S 79 . ] MR . PRESIDENT : The charge has been made against our public institutions of learning that they educate the head at the expense of the heart . It is said that we in our eagerness to cultivate the intellect have introduced a form of brain-worship that will eventually prove to have sapped the foundation of our morals . Public education is attracting universal attention and it is not strange that it has become the object of unrelenting criticism . Our schools should be the full expression of our present character as a people and a guarantee of ail best hopes for the future . But it is objected that they are immoral . Conformity to moral obligations is the keystone of all civilization . Upon ethical principles rests the fabric of this kingdom of the free . Do our schools teach them ? Are our schools ...

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LORD BACON AND MODERN SCIENCE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

LORD BACON AND MODERN SCIENCE . PERHAPS HISTORY leaves no record of a man , who has accomplished more , not so much by what he himself did , as by what he lead others to do as Sir Francis Bacon . In order to understand Bacon s works rightly , let us glance briefly at the condition of philosophy as it had existed for centuries before . Many are the brilliant minds that had embraced the philosophy of Aristotle , yet through the lapse of ages this philosophy had degenerated into never-ending controversies and attempts to solve unsolvable problems . For example , what could be the result if an irresistable force should come in contact with an immovable body ? How many angels could dance upon the point of a needle ? Astronomy was studied not so much to obtain a knowledge of the heavenly bodies as to strengthen the mind ; mathematics for the same object . To use the knowledge acquired in the study of mathematics , in the invention and construction of machinery was considered a degredation...

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ADULTERATED TEAS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

ADULTERATED TEAS . FOR YEARS it has been known to the scientific world that teas were faced with Prussian blue , tumeric , copper , plumbago , and many other unwholesome ingredients ; and strangely enough , we continue to buy and use articles thus adulterated . The lack of appreciation of these facts by the majority of our housekeepers lies in the manner in which this informaton is presented . When some famous chemist or physician of London , New York , or Paris , by numerous experiments , finds teas largely adulterated , we believe it to be true of that market , but the facts do not awaken the same interest that an examination of our home markets would . Then again the process for detection seems so difficult and complicated that we would rather believe them pure than trouble ourselves about the detection of these impurities . Not until we have some simple but conclusive experiments whereby every housekeeper can test the purity of the teas used , can we hope to create a demand for ...

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TO HONDURAS AND RETURN . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

TO HONDURAS AND RETURN . H ONDURAS is a big thing , there s no doubt of that . We said so before we went , and we ar going to stick to it , now that we have been there . It may not be unknown to you , my patient readers , that Honduras , the subject of much talk last spring term—at least by two modest seniors—is situated in Central America , and owing to the peculiar configuration of that and adjacent regions , is much nearer to New Orleans by a direct than a roundabout route . Our astonishment at the discovery of this surprising fact was changed into dismal forebodings when diligent research in the atlas revealed to the afore-mentioned two seniors ( the Prof s were supposed to know it before ) that this most direct course lay straight thru the raging Gulf of Mexico ! Never shal I forget the first emotions of sea sickness evolved upon this announcement . We most wished that we had gon to Mexico insted , according to the original arrangement . ( It might be proper to ad that our wish...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

THEILLINI PUBLISHED MONTHLY , AT THE ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . EDXTOIRI . A . XJ STAFF : E . E HARDEN , EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . C . J . BILLS , BUSINESS AGENT . Literary , Science and Art , Education , Local , KITTIE I . BACON . F . W . HATCH . P . M . MCKAY . J . A . ALLEN , J ESSIE A . WRIGHT . TERMS : $ 1 , 00 per year , in advance . All articles for insertion should he sent the . Chief Editor and all business communications to the Business Agent , care of ILLINI , Champaign , Illinois .

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EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

EDITORIAL We wish to call the special attention of our readers to Mr . C . G . Neely s contest oration which we print in this number . Most of us heard him deliver the oration , but it is impossible for us to judge of its merits by simply hearing it once ; it is well for us to study it somewhat . It is a clearly drawn argument . His style , as will be noticed , is lucid , and his diction quite forcible . UNIVERSITY COLORS . —Ever since we have been at the University the Senate has had a Committee , which we believe has become a standing one , to select appropriate colors for our University . Heretofore this committe has only been able to report progress , and this progress has been so slight that after four years we found ourselves still without colors . This year , however , these wise representatives of our . students have gone to work with a will in this direction and as a result we have colors by which the University shall be known and represented . The color selected is a combi...

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OBITUARY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

OBITUARY . Again the I . I . U . is called to mourn the loss b y death of one of its best students , J . G . Cole . During the past two or three months Mr . Cole has been employed as a brakeman on the I . C . R . R . While at his work on Saturday night , Oct , iSth he fell between the cars ; the train passing over his limbs , almost severed them from the body . He was immediately brought to Champaign , but died on the way from the depot to his home . In respect to the memory of the deceased , no recitations were had at the University on Monday after-noon , and the students attended the funeral in a bodv . The Junior class purchased a beautiful floral wreath and a silver plate for the coffin . On the plate was engraved the name , age , and class ( Si ) of their classmate . The Sophomore ciass also showed their respect and love for their-fellow student , by decorating his coffin with flowers . As Mr . Cole was a member of the military clasj he was buried with militay honors . Sixteen ...

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WEDDINGS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

WEDDINGS . As we have been expecting , the announcement has reached us of the marriage of Emery Kays , 79 , and Miss Emma C . Trask , 81 . The were married at Buda , October 15 , 1 S 79 . Kays is always sure of having sunshine in his home . The ILLINI sends hearty congratulations . And so they go one by one . This time tis one of the Silver dup class . The Woodstock Sentinel brings us the news that C . L . Richards was married to Miss Carrie Allen on the evening of Oct . 8 . at the residence of the bride s father , Mr . C . O . Parsons of Seneca . We all remember Charlie , his pleasant , agreeable manner , his kindness to all , and his scholarly bearing . Of the bride , Miss Allen , the Woodstock paper thus speaks : She posesses every grace both of person and disposition , which are desirable in a lady . It is but reasonable to suppose that the future of such a couple will not onl y be full of happiness , but likewise of prosperity in all other respects . The ILLINI wishes for them ...

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UNIVERSITY NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

UNIVERSITY NOTES . A . C . Swartz is at Canon City , Colorado . Miss Kittie Baker , Si , has a class in music , at Rantoul . Miss Genieveve Butler 82 , teaches shcool near Champaign . A . S . Morrow , 73 , late of the lake survey , is farming in Kansas . Miss Nettie Kimberlin , 79 , is teaching in the Urbana High School . Miss Nannie Davis , 78 , is teaching in the Chicago Female College . Geo . Coquillette 80 , is in the printing business at Aurora , Nebraska . Chas . S . Bowyer 75 , is a banker in Walla-Walla , Washington Territory . Miss Emma Piatt , 78 , is a book-keeper in her brother s store in Monticello . H . P . Holmes , 81 , is now attending the Hahnemann Medical College , Chicago . F . A . E . Starr 77 , has the reputation of being the best teacher in Douglas County . Capt . H . Hauser , 78 , is First Assistant Engineer of an Iowa and Minnesota railroad . J . W . Lamson , 80 , exercises his faculties in teaching the young minds of Half Day , Illinois . S . A . Bullard 78 ...

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EXCHANGES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

EXCHANGES . We were sorry that our exchange column was otherwise occupied in our last number , so that we could not notice those upon our table . Our intention is , however , to make this department of our magazine a permanent one , and also as interesting as it is possible for us to make it . The University Magazine , from its very appearance , claims our attention first . It shows neat and tasty workmanship . As we looked over matter contained in the Magazine , we were horrified to find that the editors were either standing on their heads or doing the giant , or words to that effect . Editorials , contributions , locals , personals , everything athletic . Dont do it any more . If you keep on in that way , you will make us believe pretty soon that the University of Pennsylvania is nothing more than a common gymnasium . You seem to be agitated on the subject of class histories . Take our advice just this once and give up the reading of the histories on Class Day and you will all be ...

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879

ILLINOISlNDUSTRlALUNlVERSITY MECHANICAL AND . MILITARY BUILDING . 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 i 6 _ 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 ; n the production of the elementary forms met with in construction , especial attention being given to the - shape and best condition of cutting tools and the proper , manipulation in the sharpening and use of the same . This practice represents a number of shop * such as the pattern worker s , the blacksmith s , the...

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