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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

A. H. ANDREWS & Co ., LARGEST MANUFACTURERS IN THE COUNTRY OF SCHOOL , CHURCH , HALL , and OFFICE FXX RN ITHRS , ^^^^ M ^ ^ Sj ^^ ^ *^ 5 Holbrookn Liquid Slatlnft warranted to give satis- ^^ ^* ! faction ; Oldest and best blackboardrsurface extant . Andrews Pat » nt TRIUMPH SCHOOL D UKS SIX Can be applied to hard finished walls or old boards . » izos . Tho best made—most comfortable . Outline Maps , Charts , Globes , School and College Apparatus , all kinds . jgf ^ -Send for I LLUSTRATED C ATALOGUE to this address , A . H . ANDREWS & Co ., 213 Wabash Avenue , CHICAGO , ILL . , WIVE . SI 3 VE , URBANA , - - - • ILLINOIS . DKALEIt IN University Text Books AND STATIONERY , Perfumery , Soaps . Combs and Brushes , Trusses . Supporters , and Shoulder Braces . Fancy nnd Collet Articles , Drugs and Medicines , Chemicals , Kerosene Oil , Lamps and Chimneys , Grass ami Garden Seeds , Glassy Putty , Paints , Oils . Varnishes and Dye Stuffs , Patent Medicines , etc ., et...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

THEILLINI . . ? . ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . Learning and Labor .

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CREMATION . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

CREMATION . BY M . L . Burial is the interment of a deceased person , according to the established custom of a nation . In almost all countries the rites of sepulcher have been looked upon as so important and sacred , that those who neglected them were thought infamous . The Romans called them juste , implying an inviolable obligation which nature has laid upon the living , to perform the obsequies for the dead . It would be very interesting to trace in the history of all nations , both ancient and modern , the various modes and rites of burial . The ancients were far more particular in this respect than we , as they thought if the deceased were not interred , they would never be admitted into the Elysian fields ; but they scrupulously forbade criminals , selfmurderers , and prisoners who had suffered capital punishment these sacred privileges . Since the introduction of Christianity it has been the custom of Christian nations to bury their dead . Indeed , burning was thought of , o...

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PUBLIC OPINION . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

PUBLIC OPINION . Public opinion ! What a giant it is ! How fearful in its decisions ! How awful in its decrees ! How pleasant to accept its approving smile ! How terrible , to receive its rebuking frown ! Yet , what is it ? We cannot find words to describe it ; but who is there that has not felt it ? Surely there is no man whose love for humanity is so weak , whose respect for his fellow-man is so feeble , as to be able to totally disregard the opinion of the public , the thoughts of the people . All men possess an innate desire to obtain the love and affection of their fellows ; to be honored and esteemed by the world ; to be ranked among the great and the noble . This passion for honor , this love of glory , plays a most important part in the shaping of the destinies of men and nations . We find that political parties , as well as private individuals , support only such principles and advocate such measures as will , in their judgment , be most likely to heighten their popularity ...

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"THINGS HAVE TUNRED ROUND SINCE THEN . " [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

THINGS HAVE TUNRED ROUND SINCE THEN . One morning as my body was moving rapidly towards the University , and my mind was moving more rapidly towards the unknown and untried future , both were suddenly arrested as two men brushed hastily past , and I heard one exclaim with very great emphasis , Things have turned round since then ! The expression was neither original , elegant , classical nor historical , but as words , however thoughtlessly spoken , often will , they struck me forcibly ; I thought , so they have ; the history of the world presents numerous examples of things that have turned round . In olden times our world was flat , stationary , and everything else in the universe revolved around it as a center . Now , our earth is a sphere which moves in an orbit , as do the other planets , around the sun as a common center . It rests on nothing , but , upheld by the Infinite One , it revolves through space . Truly , things have turned round since then . This wonderful world whic...

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OUR SCHOOLMATES IN ITALY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

OUR SCHOOLMATES IN ITALY . [ Extract from a private letter from Miss M . E . Gregory . ] AMERICAN ARTISTS AND THEIR STUDIOS . —We are visiting the studios of Florence , that is , when we can pursuade R . to go with us—no easy task . She does not like to go , on account of the polite compliments she has to pay the artists , whom we often have to meet in the presence of their own works . No one can say pleasant things easier , but the position is awkward . Of course you must not point out the faults of the picture or statue , nor remark that it is probably an imitation of the antique ; and it seems almost as rude to give open praise . But the nice little appropriate remarks only come to mind after the feast . I should feel embarrassed even before the Venus de Medici if Cleomenes were present . You must have heard of the stir which the letter signed Healy in the New York World , is creating among the artists here and in Rome . In it , the cool statement was made , that many of our Amer...

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A QUESTION FOR DEBATERS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

A QUESTION FOR DEBATERS . BY E . S . S . There is a maxim widely accepted among student debaters that deserves a vigorous challenge . In students idiom it is coarsely , but forcibly stated thus : Whoever can lie the most in debate without being found out is the best man . This doctrine , more often received by tacit consent than openly defended , draws out , when assailed , some plausible arguments . Provisionally it will be stated that , as long as no one professes veracity , there is no violation of moral law . The morality of the practice no one will care to deny , provided it can be shown that the true ends of discussion are thereby subserved . Those ends and the means thereto must be considered in the light of practical life . For the proper end of education is fitness for actual duty , and the desirable instruments of culture are such as by exercise develop the faculties the most to be used in after-life . Moreover , material laid up , as well as skill acquired , is within the...

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AGRICULTURE IN ASIA MINOR . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

AGRICULTURE IN ASIA MINOR . BY G . G . When the Turks conquered Asia Minor they imposed upon the inhabitants the following alternative : To deliver all their property into the hands of the Turks , renounce their religious beliefs and accept the Koran as the wonl of God revealed by his prophet , Mohammed , or to die by the Turkish sword . Most of the Armenians preferred immediate death to life on such conditions , and faithfully clung to the Christian religion . They forsook their dwellings in the fields and retired to the mountains and rocky hills where they could better defend themselves from their tyrannical persecutors . The Turks thus gained possession of nearly all the fertile portions of the country , which they have always held , and have become the principal tillers of the soil , while but few native Armenians engage in this pursuit , and only to a limited extent . The latter are chiefly devoted to vegetable gardening , fruit growing , and silk raising . The surface of the c...

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THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

THE UNIVERSITY . It is no uncommon thing for Dr . Gregory to take the opportunity after the devotional exercises at the Chapel , to arouse the enthusiasm of the students in their work , and to encourage them to set high their mark for future attainment in . life . Frequently these morning speeches , of a few minutes in length , are worth more than many a formal and elaborate lecture , listened to out of duty , and failing in that special interest which is almost sure to be given a speaker when the time and the topic call for his voice . On the morning of May 27 th the text seemed to be the character and future of our Industrial University , a theme upon , which both speaker and audience are easily warmed . The following is an abstract of the remarks as near as we are able to reproduce them without having taken notes or thought of writing at the time : In the busy hours of the day , while discharging our present duties , we are apt to forget the grand and final object of our labors ,...

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UNION MEETING . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

UNION MEETING . Another union meeting ! the last of the year ! Owing to the busy times just at the close of the term , when students are preparing for examination ; remembering , too , that it was the festival week in both Champaign and Urbana , the committee on programme felt a little doubtful of the success of the meeting , but we can congratulate them on the remarkable success which attended their efforts . We had almost said perfect success , but when we reflect a little , we decide not to use that very desirable term , as it would seem to imply there is no room for improvement , which is hardly possible under the circumstances . The audience was quite , large , though not so large as at the previous meeting . The programme , with which each person was supplied , was neat in appearance , and promised a good entertainment . The performers were more prompt in making their appearance than before , which certainly was a better beginning . The president of the Alethenai was to presid...

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PERSONALS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

PERSONALS . Miss Ellie Stanton left for her home in London , Eng ., on the 28 th ult . She has been with us for the past two years , and We shall miss her cheerful face from our number . Her eyes have troubled her very much during her stay here , so that she has been unable to make the progress with her studies she otherwise would have made , We hope she may soon recover her health and be the better able to enjoy her home from which she has been so long absent . Miss Millie Miltemore made her many friends happy by making a short visit to Champaign , lately . J . J . Crawly has given up the position of local editor of the Urbana Republican , and seeks another opportunity to wield his pen in demolishing neighboring editors . Commencement this year , as always before , brought many familiar faces with it , among the _ mimber we notice that of Miss Ella Bowman . This personage , we believe , is teaching at her home , in Belleville , Illinois , but was granted a week s vacationto visit u...

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MARRIED . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

MARRIED . At the Illinois Industrial University , June 10 th , 1874 , by Dr . J . M . Gregory , MR . HENRY S . REYNOLDS and Miss F . ADELIA POTTER , both of Champaign county . The above took place in the University parlor , immediately after the commencement exercises . The ILLINI joins in the rejoicing over the union of two of its editors , H . S . R . and Del . May Early Spring Flowers bloom perpetually for them , and May Day last all the year . Things Have Turned Round .

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OBITTJABT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

OBITTJABT . Died , at 9 o clock A . M ., Sunday , May 24 th , Mrs . E . E . White , at her residence , in Champaign . Elizabeth Evans White came to Champaign in Sept ., 1872 , as matron of the Young Ladies Boarding Hall , a position for which she was well prepared by her previous employment as teacher in the young ladies department of Westown , Pa ., Boarding School , her superior managing ability , and her elevated Christian character . Her manner was characterized by great simplicity and candor , and those who knew her found her in heart truly what she was in name—a Friend . Her physical constitution was frail , but this had not prevented the cultivation of her naturally strong and clear intellect , and the possession of rare spiritual graces . Those who became acquainted with her here , could but love her ; her kind and guileless heart revealed itself in all her words and ways , and won the esteem of all who came in contact with her . She has passed away from earth , gone to inha...

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EDITORIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

EDITORIAL . This number closes volume three of our periodical , two under the name of THF . STUDENT and one bearing its present title . No numbers will be issued in July and August , the time of the University vacation , but volume four will begin , we hope and expect , in September , with renewed vigor , and be raised a step or two higher than heretofore attained . Arrangements for the September number have already begun , a new managing committee has been appointed , and they are entering upon their work with commendable zeal and a seeming determination to make full success a certainty . The retiring committee here and now offer these , their successors , the best of wishes and the most cheering hopes . May the beginning now made be but the nucleus of a rapid growth , the germ of the future plant , the text of a sermon yet to be delivered . To start and push forward such an enterprise requires an amount of work never realized by any until undertaken . In this we trust our committe...

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COMMENCEMENT WEEK . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

COMMENCEMENT WEEK . The entire exercises of the week passed off pleasantly and appropriately , attracting more attention from outsiders than ever before . Indeed , it has been noticable all this year that the citizens of our towns have been more frequently seen at the University and in attendance upon its exercises . Perhaps this is owing somewhat to the occupancy of the new building , and the better accommodations ; perhaps , also , to the awakening over the repudiation of the county bonds project ; perhaps , still further , to the fact that more public entertainments have been given . Whatever may be the cause , the result is pleasing , and we believe beneficial to both parties . On Saturday evening , June 6 th , Miss Bryants class in Elocution gave an entertainment in the chapel . The exercises consisted of selected readings , declamations and representations of dramatic scenes . We noticed a few mispronunciations which were several times repeated by different individuals . Some ...

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FINE ART OALLEBY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

FINE ART OALLEBY . J ACKSONVILLE , May 30 , 1874 . MY DEAR FRIEND . —* * * I am glad that your towns felt disposed to aid you in that art enterprise . The more I think of the present terrible condition of our dear agricultural laboring classes ( for I can look upon them only as my brothers ) in legislation , debts , taxes , finance , & c , the more deeply I feel that the highest real culture of their sons and leaders in the line of fine arts and works , and in all other lines possible to them is the only way to lift them up and help them out . I rejoice , too , that you are getting hold in any way of the sympathies of the people about you . I thank you for the report and the ILLINI . If that is published regularly , I would like to take it . I would be glad to visit you , but other engagements render it now impossible . Will try to come over this fall , when you all get together again , and take a thorough look at you . With kind regards to all friends , Yours truly , J ...

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Page 34 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874

THE ILLINI . / PUBLISHED TEX TIMES A YEAR AT THE ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY , AND DEVOTED TO LITERATURE AND SCIENCE OF TO-DAY . ¦ ¦» ¦ It also aims to fairly represent the University from which it emanates , to give information concerning it , to record the work accomplished , to give the results of investigations and experiments , and the application of learning to the practical arts and affairs of life . Managed by a committee consisting of a member of the Faculty and several students from the various schools of the University . ¦ » ¦ SUBSCRIPTION ( AT COST ) SJl . OO PER YEAR . Address ILLINI / Urbana , Illinois .

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