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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1880
THEILLINI PUBLISHED MONTHLY , AT THE ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . EDXTO ^ X-A-XJ STiiFF : E . E HARDEN , EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . C . J . BILLS , BUSINESS AGENT . Literary , Science and Art , Education , Local , KITTIE I . BACON . F . W . HATCH . C . G . NEELY J . A . ALLEN , JESSIE A . WRIGHT . TERMS : $ 1 , 00 per year , in advance . AH articles for insertion should be sent the Chief Edito and all business communications to the Business Agent , care of ILLINI , Champaign , Illinois .
UNIVERSITY fNOTES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1880
UNIVERSITY fNOTES 1 S 80 ! 1880 !! 1880 . M ! Leap Year . Did you pass ? Dust the Chapel . Happy New Year ! Anniversary this term . More chairs are needed in the Library . Now s the time to subscribe for the ILLINI . I . A . Elmer is traveling for a firm in Wisconsin . Capt . Freijs , 79 , teaches school at Matteson , Illinois . The College Court has been in trouble , but all is loveby again . Miss Emma Page , 78 , was with us a few days at the close of last term . Drum out your orators and let us have some first class contests this term . Miss Gussie Butts , 79 , spent the Holidays with Miss Avice Smith , 77 , in Champaign . The face of J . D . Gill , 76 , was seen in this locality recently . He is a lawyer in Chicago . E . W . Graves , So , lately shook hands with his I . I . U . friends . ¦ A . B . Colton , 82 , is teaching about seven miles south of Champaign . I am not prepared to say whether Abraham was a jew or not . c . y . B—S . Another Lawyer . Fred Drake , 76 , has joined...
IXXTri . R-A .-EI ! 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1880
IXXTri . R-A .-EI ! 2 The COLLEGE GOVERNMENT is SUPPORTED by a vote of 212 to 61 . The bull-dozers are satisfactorily beaten . The following extract , from a letter will show what one of our graduates has been doing since he left college : You know I left college for a summer on the lake survey , designing myself for a civil engineer . Well , one summer satisfied me . Engineering at best , would take me from home much , and though naturally considerable of a rover , I had also an unceasing desire for the comforts of home , and besides , I loved a noble girl who was-, waiting for me . I entered a law office and studied law , first in Binghaititon , New York , and later , in this city . I found it congenial and was fortunate in getting a living salary as a student of law , and a good position . I married , and after just two years of perfect happiness , death came and took my dear one from me , and I am all alone . I presume before long I shall locate farther west , and shall try to g...
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1880
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES . DEC . l 6 , 1 S 79 The Board met at 4 P . M . Present , Pres . Cobb , Messrs . Fountain , Gardner , Mason , Millard and Scott . The Regent s report gave the following attendance at the University : —Postgraduates , 3 ; Agricultural , 17 ; Engineering , 53 ; Natural Science , 44 ; Literature and Science , 9 S ; Electives , 45 ; Preparatory , 124 . Mr . Lawrence s report showed the farm to have made $ 4 , 507 . 53 during the past year . Prof . Burrill reported upon experiments and observations made upon the speciimen orchard of 2 , 000 varieties ; also upon the condition of Green house , etc . Prof . Peabody , from Mechanical department , reported on the heating apparatus in the main building ; also the needs of the Shop . Prof . Ricker reported the work at shop on the cases tor the museum , and requested that several lathes be furnished for instruction in turning to classes in shop practice . The following special appropriations were made : — $ 500 ...
EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1880
EXCHANGES Th e first number of the Hamilton School Magazine published at Hamilton Ontario , shows itself to be quite a creditable paper . While most ot its space is occupied with mere high school work , some is devoted to matter of a higher nature . The article in Goldsmith is worth reading . We have recently added to our list of exchanges , the Educational Weekly published at Chicago . Tbe Weekly is continually growing in value and now it stands among the first of the educational papers of this country . By its able and live editorials , its collection of educational news , together with its reports of important decisions in school matters , it-has become the means of very valuable informa tion to the students and teachers . After a two year s slumber the College Journal published at Pittsburg , Pa . has awoke , given a jawn and assured us of its intention to keep its eyes open at least one year yet . We will not criticise the first number and can only hope that the succeeding one ...
THE COLLEGE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1880
THE COLLEGE WORLD There are 2 , SS 6 matriculated students at the University of Berlin . There are , moreover , 1 , 577 persons from various academies and schools who have the privilege of attending the University lectures . Great Britain sends ten students , and America thirty-three . Among the professors are Von Ranke , the historian ; Zeller , author of the History of Philosophy , Helmholtz , Lepsius , Mommsen , Curtius and Weber . Prof . Winchell , who was obliged to leave Vanderbilt University on sccount of his views on the antiquity of man , etc ., is re-appointed Prof , of Geology in Michigan State University . Williams College has graduated thirty members of Congress , five U . S . Senators , sixteen Judges of the Supreme Court , thirty-two Presidents-of colleges , and S 94 clergymen . The Roman pronunciation in Latin is used by twenty-two colleges ; the English by eighteen ; the Continental by one , and a mixed pronunciation by two . All the Roman Catholic Institutions use ...
MECHANICAL AND . MILITARY BUILDING [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1880
MECHANICAL AND . MILITARY BUILDING ILLtMOiSlNDUSTRlALUNiVERSiTY . 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 Iri 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 ofshops such as the pattern . workers , the blacksmiths , ...
ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1880
ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . URRANA , CHAMPAIGN COUNT ! -,. ILLINOIS . This . State University , founded jointly b y 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 . : II . . The College of Engineering , including the Schools of Mechanical Engineer : ¦ . ing , of Civil Engineering ^ of Mining Engineering , and of Architecture . . HI . 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 an...
Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1880
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HISTORICAL ILLUSIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1880
HISTORICAL ILLUSIONS . IT IS SAID that when in 1751 a bil ! was introduced into the British Parliament for the reform of the calender by passing at once from the 181 I 1 &lt;&gt; f Februjirv to the 1 st of March , it met with fierce opposition , i . Liid Macclesfield , the President of the Royal Society , warmly advocated the bill ; and when three years afterward his son was a candidate for Parliament in Oxfordshire , one of the . most vehement cries raised against him w . is— Give . us back the eleven days we have been robbed of : When-Mr . Bradley , the mathematician , was dving of a lingering illness , I ha common people with one voice ascribed his sufferings to a judgement- from Heaven for having taken pari in that impious undertaking . . Something like this is the feeling of many persons in regard ! o the havoc made with their idols by modern historical criticism . Oncol tlie most painful moments in the experience of a student is when , after having spent years ...
THE COLLEGE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1880
THE COLLEGE WORLD There are 2 , 8 * 6 matriculated students at the University of Berlin . There are . moreover , 1 , 577 persons from \ arious academies and schools who have the privilege of attending the University lectures . Great lirilain semis ton students , and America thirty-three . Among the professor * are Von Ranke . the historian : teller , author of the History of Philosophy , llolmhollz , Lopsius , Mommsen , Curtins and-Weber . Prof . Winchell . who was obliged to leave Vanderbilt University on sceount of his views on the antiquity ol man , etc ., is re-appoinleil Prof , of Geology in Michigan State University . Williams College has graduated thirty members ol Congress , live I , S . Senators , sixteen Judges of the Supreme Court , thirty-two Presidents of colleges , and H 04 clergymen . The Roman pronunciation in Latin is used by twenlv-t wo colleges ; the English by eighteen : the Continental by one , and a mixed pronunciation by two . All the Roman Catholic Institutio...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
SAM.DALLENBACH,r/&amp;g28fc* DEALER IN / - • / $ f / ^ T ^ ©^ \ . ¦ WATCHES , CLOCKS &amp; JEWELRY , ( eSt @ S = yL I No . 14 Main Street ; Champaign , 111 . W ^^^^^ Wa ^^^^^^ N I Repairing Done Promptly anil in a Workmanlike Manner \ ° )^^ i &gt;^ 3 w ^ 5 ^^ ffi 75 / AT LOW RATES . ^^^ J $$ ( S r .::iMa&amp;w#MFJMAT,; . DEALERS IN , GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS . EAST SIDE , CHAMPAIGN . Special inducements to clubs . , ESTABLISHED IN 1806 . S . KC . SOtl IDEAS 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 AN !) PERKINS Jd ^ fO 3 s . c = j 3 ?&amp; S , ( University Avenue , East Side . ) CHAMPAIGN , ILL . SHAVING , SHAMPOONING AND HAIR Cutting- in first-class style .. Students are respectfully invited to call . ¦ 4 : 6 t B.NASH, BARBER , ( Corner Main and Walnut Sts . ) - HIS work will tell ; call and see him . j,T.PEAR...
THE MOOR'S PROPHECY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
THE MOORS PROPHECY . THE SIEGE has ended , and the valiant Moor Wearied by toil and dreading hunger s reign At last has yielded to the Christian s arms , And prays for fair Malagas hills and plains , The joy of peace and rest from wars alarms . And quick had sunk a mighty empire s power Beneath the blows of the Castilian throne , The Moslem reign had seen its golden hour , Misfortune had her darkest evils thrown On those who fought for freedom and for home . Triumphant , now the armies of Castile Their banners place upon the city s walls ; And in the Mosque , where when the lporn was given , The pious Moor upon his God would call , The Christian sings in grateful praise to heaven . No more the Moslem s voice in pious prayer Will rise beneath those roofs . No one will hold That sacred wealth in tender , watchful care ; The God they worshipped in those temples old No longer there will call them to his fold . And gentle night now kindly hides the scene , The evening breeze has hastened...
ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND THE CAMPAIGN OF i 860 . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND THE CAMPAIGN OF i 860 . IT MAY BE that the history of Abraham Lincoln is so familiar to every one , that my theme is pronounced threadbare before I have begun . Yet in the simple story of that noble life I never grow weary . Of the heroic struggle of his early life I can not speak . The text for my present narrative shall be the great struggle of 1 S 60 , from the time of the Chicago convention up to the 6 th of November . There had been strange scenes enacted in our Congress . The men whom the people had sent there to represent them had spent their time in fighting over the great questions that lay nearest their hearts—Slavery and States Rights . These conflicts had not been al together wars of words . In the House of Representatives , the members carried weapons and even flourished them in the heat of the argument . Duels to defend slandered honor were common . In the Senate , one of Freedom s noblest champions had been injured for life by a cowardly blow . The...