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Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879
ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . URBAN A , CHAMPAIGN COUNT ! , ILLINOIS . This State 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 , including the School of Agriculture and the School of Horticulture . . 11 . ~ The College of Engineering , including the Schools of Mechanical Engineer ing , of Civil Engineering , of Mining Engineering , and of Architecture .. . III . 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 English and Modern Languages , and of Ancient Languages . Besides these , there are the . School of Commerce , of Art and Design , and of Military Tactics . . ADMISSION : The best time for entrance is at the beginning of the College year in September but students may enter at any time if p...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879
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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 g lided 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 herois...
EXCHANGES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1879
EXCHANGES . We were sorry that our exchange column was otherwise occupiedin 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 cflcct . 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 Pennsyl vania 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 b...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1879
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1879
SAM.DALLENBACH,/^P^\ DEALER IN £$ / T ^^ t }^&amp; \ WATCHES . CLOCKS &amp; JEWELRY , ^^ k l ^^ i \ No . 14 Main Street , . Champaign , III . w * l ^^^^^? 5 ^^^^^ k 1 Repairing Done Promptly and in a Workmanlike Manner \* J |^^~^^ W ^ V ^^^ KZKA AT LOW RATES . &gt; 2 Sd | S 3 ^ m^MF&lt;e?mrttsirt •DEALERS IN GROCERIESANDPROVISIONS. EAST SIDE :. CHAMPAIGN . Special inducements to clubs . -i - . ESTABLISHED IN 1800 . . S . I ± . SOU DEES STEAM RENOVATING AND . DYE HOUSE , Gents Coats , Pants , Vests , Hats , etc ., Cleaned Dyed . and Repaired in a Superior Manner . ¦ Fremont St ., one door north of Main—Box 27 GREEN &amp; IRVIN , BABEEBS , ( University Avenue , East Side . ) j CHAMPAIGN , ILL . SJIAVIXG , SHAMPOONING AND HAIR Cutting in first-class style . Students are j . respectfully invited to call . 4 : 6 ! J.T.PEARMAN, PHYSICIAN ,: i Office in Gazette building . c : E 3 : ^ iiv £ : F , . A . iC 3-2 sr , IIJXJ . B.NASH, BARBER , ( Corner Mai...
PRINCE MAURICE OF NASSAU . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1879
PRINCE MAURICE OF NASSAU . TO-DAY , when the principles of peace and the knowledge of attendant good are thoroughly instilled into the minds of all , we place a less value upon military genius and give less praise to those whom the world has called its greatest men ; nay , while in the past warriors have been praised for the great results their ambition has attained , we feel like preserving their names only to curse them for the desolation they have brought upon mankind . An Alexander is pardoned only because of remote benefits following in his track ; an Alaric is looked upon only as the scourge of an offended Deity ; and a Napoleon is tolerated only because of the resplendency of his genius . But the present honors , and the future ever will honor , those who , not for ambition or aggrandizement , but for the love of country , have offered themselves , time , talents and life , to save her from peril or to fall in endeavoring to raise her . We measure the hero by the good he has ...
FLORENCE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1879
FLORENCE . ( Concluded from last month , ) ON THE same place , and near the Cathedral , is the campanile or bell tower . Charles V . on first seeing it exclaimed , The Florentines should enclose this tower in a glass case , or only exhibit it on fete days . With its aerial grace , enhanced by a rich veneering of variegated marbles , it is as solid and strong as it appears light and beautiful . Facing the Cathedral is the Baptistry , with its gates of Paradise , flanked by shattered columns of porphyry . Upon these magnificent bronze doors Ghiberti was engaged forty years . One of these represents the principal events in the life of the Savior , the other the most striking events of the Old Testament . The third door was made by Pisano , one hundred years before , the completion of which was celebrated by festivities throughout Tuscany . The walls of the Baptistry are more than eleven hundred years old , and are supposed to have been the walls of a heathen temple . They are now faced...
PRACTICAL SCIENCE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1879
PRACTICAL SCIENCE . „ LTHOUGH the study of the natural sciences has been intro- £ \_ duced into the schools of this state as well as man } others , yet the majority of the people have no real knowledge of the practical value of them ; that is , they do not see how the industries have been benefitted and to what extent they are dependent upon the application of this knowledge . Education in the past was regarded as an accomplishment . Whoever acquired one was disgraced if he worked with his hands or soiled his clothes . The laborers in the industrial departments were looked down upon as beneath the notice of college educated . Education had no relation to industry . Why , then , should they who expected to follow manual labor be interested in it ? These old ideas still remain in the minds of the people , and they are slow to understand and appreciate the use of education because of them . They cannot put their hands on a single object of common use and interest that does not illustra...
THE ORIGIN OF GREEK PHILOSOPHY AND ROMAN LITERATURE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1879
THE ORIGIN OF GREEK PHILOSOPHY AND ROMAN LITERATURE . THE HISTORY of Greek Philosophy begins with Thales of Miletus , who was born about 640 B . C . and died in 550 B . C . at the age of 90 . He was the founder of the Ionic school of philosophy , and to him was traced the first beginning of Geometry and Philosophy . He was also the first to predict an eclipse , and corrected the Calender , giving to tjge year 3 65 days , assigning 30 days to a month except the 12 th to which he added five to complete the solar year . The second school was founded afterwards and named Eleatic from Era a Greek colony . The third school was established by Zeno , a native of Citium . The writers who did the most in raising up Roman literature were : —Ennius who was born at Rudiae , a town of Calabria , and lived from B . C . 239 to B . C . 169 . In his early youth he went to Sardinia and served in the Calabrian levies from which in the year 216 B . C . he followed Titus Manlius to the war which he waged...
COMPULSORY EDUCATION . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1879
COMPULSORY EDUCATION . THIS IS NOW one of the great questions in American politics . Though comparatively a new one to the western states , it is a question that , early in our colonial history , attracted the attention of the New England colonies . Massachusetts and Connecticut had compulsory educational laws in 1650 , only a few years after the landing of the Pilgrim Fathers . These were the first laws of this kind known in history ; and thus these infant colonies in the wilds of the New World , became the leaders in a movement that has been followed by the most highly civilized and enlightened nations the world has ever seen . Men are beginning to recognize the importance of thorough education among the common people . It is now known that ignorance is the mother of crime , and education begets peace and prosperity . The highest degree of happiness will always be found among a people with cultured minds . The fact that education is especially necessary in a government like ours h...
SKETCHES FROM CALIFORNIA . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1879
SKETCHES FROM CALIFORNIA . NUMBER ONE . I live and bear The aspect and form of breathing men . THERE IS scarce a ruffle of excitement in the state just now . Everything is as quiet as a Massachusetts household on a winter s evening when the ten youngest have been spanked to bed . As the Californians are a hot-headed , hot-blooded , fast-living people who are liable at any time to go off half-cocked I will not predict how long this state of affairs will exist . There is no telling what will come to pass within the next fortnight . Some one may strike a bonanza . Kearney and the sand lot rabble may call for a division of property , the Chinese may capture the State government or there may come to light , which is the most likely , a score or more of first-class scandals ; for What men call gallantry and gods adultery Is much more common where the climate s sultry . At the recent election the people of the State expressed their opinion upon Chinese immigration . They spoke decidedly . ...
EDITORIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1879
EDITORIAL . UNIFORM THE PREPS . —It is well known that in accordance with the action of the Trustees the preparatory students will not be required to wear uniforms . It is , however , hoped by the students that the matter will be reconsidered at the next meeting of the Board , and that , as heretofore , the Preps , will be required to uniform at the beginning of the Winter term . The dissatisfaction which has existed in the University concerning tnis has been so slight that we wonder at the Board taking any notice of it whatever . There are , no doubt , some very good reasons why the preparatory students should not be uniformed ; but , to our mind , they do not , in the least , stand in the way of some better reasons why they should be . It is quite evident that , in order to keep up the spirit of competition among our companies , which is the very life of our drill , all must be placed on the same footing . Those who drill without uniforms do it greatly to a disadvantage , and cann...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1879
THEILLIM PUBLISHED MONTHLY , AT THE ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . EZDXIOI ^ I . A . XJ ST ^ -FOrT : E . E HARDEN , EDITOK-IN-CIIIEF . C . J . BILLS , BUSINESS AGENT . Literary , Science and Art , Education , Local , KITTIEI . BACON . F . W . HATCH . F . M . MCKAY . J . A . ALLEN , J ESSIE A . WRIGHT . TERMS : $ 1 , 00 per year , in advance . All articles for insertion should be sent the Chief Editor and all business communications to the Business A ^ ent , care of ILUNI , Champaign , Illinois .
UNIVERSITY NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1879
UNIVERSITY NOTES . W . L . Patterson , Si , lately visited his old friends at the 1 . 1 . U . Miss Metta Macknet s mother and sister have been making her a short visit . One of the sub-faculty lately asked if Thanksgiving came on Thursday this year . The Regents reception for the Seniors will take place on Saturday evening , Nov . 29 . E . C . Cummins , 81 , is telegraph operator and assistant ticket agent at Denison , Texas . The Senatorial Association is now holding its sessions at the Y . M . C . A . Room in the Dormitory . Our old drummer boy , Charlie Diesterweg , 81 , is clerking in his father s boot and shoe store at La Salle . Uniform the preps , or our battalion in the spring term will bear a strong resemblance to Joseph s far-famed coat . Irwin Baumgras is assistant hook-keeper at the National Tube works , Chicago . He is in the drum corps of the 1 st Regiment . The Calisthenic Hall has been very much improved since the return of Mrs . Gregory , both as regards convenience...
MILITARY CATECHISM . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1879
MILITARY CATECHISM . HEAVY MALICIOUS OSSIFER . — Awdah , Humps ! Sloot ! Now , then . What is the military system in American colleges ? TIMID PREP . — Please , sir , it is a system devised by a wise and humane government , at the earnest request of anxious students , to give militia officers somebody to practice on . H . M . O . — How many men does it take to run a company ? T . P . — If the company is small , one captain , one lieutenant , one first sergeant , one second sergeant , one third sergeant , some corporals , and three file closers , can make it go some ! H . M . O . — What is a Major ? T . P . — A dignitary who , at the earnest request of the President , and General of the U . S . A ., and upon consultation with most of the crowned heads of Europe , sometimes consents to take charge of the military department of a college . H . M . O . — What is an Adjutant ? T . P . — An adjutant would be the greatest man in creation if there wasnt any Majors . H . M . O . — What is a ...