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ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN . YOUNG MEN , don t be hasty , impulsive , dashy ; neither in a hurry to arrive at conclusions . Before you pass judgment , ininvestigate the subject ; weigh well each side of it . It is not surprising that you who are free from care , with no storm-clouds visible in the calm , bright future , with the stars of Hope lighting up the path of life—it is not surprising that the writer urges you not to be rash or hasty in your decisions . I do not mean that you should be solemn , gloomy , morose , unhappy ; but that you should act and think soberly , wisely , discreetly ; that you should use sound judgment and moderation . This much every young man owes to himself aud the world which surrounds him . Young men , you are the constituent element of power felt every where , and by every individual . The good or evil influence you exert will be according to the character you form . If you take correct views of the life which surrounds you , you will be a blessing to societ...
THE PAST- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
THE PAST- LIFE , in many respects , is like the ocean . A young sailor starts upon a course unknown to him . F . or a little while he sees a line of friendly shore ; but soon the land sinks out of view and he is alone upon that vast expanse 1 of water , the grand , the sublime , terrific ocean , without the sight of familiar land to serve him for a guide . Now he must use all his means to follow safel y his uncertain course . He must depend on his own knowledge and ability , for the friends who kindly advised and aided him while on the shore , can not help him now . So it is with the life of man in general . The familiar scenes of childhood soon pass out of sight . The fostering care of father , mother and loving friends is soon left behind and the young traveler must depend upon himself . It is well , therefore , that he should have some good standard by which to judge his surroundings . It shall be the object of my remarks to show the value of the past in this light . There are th...
OUR COLLEGE GOVERMENT- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
OUR COLLEGE GOVERMENT- IFOR one , laid aside the College Goverment for a rest at the close of last term ; hoping that it would never again come up as a question of doubt , contest nor even dispute . But some weak-beaded Republicans at the beginning of this term , persist in keeping it up at a feverheat and in a state of fermentation all the time . It is for the benefit of those who are yet unsettled as to the value of that goverment which for so long has been our fondest boast , and who have some doubt with regard to the justice of such a system of goverment as ours , that I wield the pen . To set forth and explain the use , benefit and aim of this College Goverment is the object of this letter . The Regent and Faculty having charge of the management and goverment of the 1 . 1 . U . believing that the Institution aud its students , might be best promoted by delegating the powers of self-goverment to the students , granted them the authority to organize and administer the Students Go...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
To kiss , or not to kiss ; that is the question ; Whether tis nobler in the mind to repress The fire and passion of our surging bosom , Or to place our arms around a pretty girl , And , -while embracing , kiss her ? To kiss , the joy , Once more ; and , by a kiss , to say we end The heart-ache , and the thousand fearful shocks Our ribs are catching , — tis a consummation Devoutly to be wishd . To try to kiss ; To kiss ! perchance to fail : ay ! there s the rub : For in that sought-for kiss what blows may come If she scruples gainst our hearts dear wish , Must give us pause .
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
EDITORIAL . NOBILITY or PURPOSE . —It certainly can not be a misuse of time if we should employ an hour in surveying the great field of life and work before us . Though we may have to deal largely in probabilities still it cannot be denied that the course of our lives is greatly modified by our own tendencies and the purposes which we form under these conditions . We cannot now know what tributaries will pour in their waters to swell the current of our individual lives , but all of us can know and do know the great channel into which all these tributaries flow and we can readily see whether our existence is for good or evil . We are our own prophets and can foretell our futures without the aid of Hindoo sibyls . It is the future that interests us most . The past has fled and we have learned its lessons ; the present is upon us and we employ it as best we can ; the future stands before us and we may aid to form it for ourselves . We may even begin to enjoy it now in noble purposes an...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
THEILLINI PUBLISHED MONTHLY , AT THE ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . EDITOBI ^ L ST-A-X ^ F : E . E HARDEN , EDITOK-IN-CHIEF . C . J . BILLS , BUSINESS AGENT . Literary , Science and Art , Education , Local , KITTIEI . BACON . F . W . HATCH . C G . NEELY J . A . ALLEN , J ESSIE A . WRIGHT TERMS : $ 1 , 00 per year , in advance . All articles for insertion should be sent the Chief Edito and all business communications to the Business Agent , care of ILLINI , Champaign , Illinois .
UNIVERSITY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
UNIVERSITY NOTES J . C . Bley is now captain of Co . F . Prof . Baker now teaches the class in Physics . The Field Marshal s song : Each and every man . Miss Minnie Barber , 8 3 , is teaching this term in District No . 2 . Miss Sadie McMalh , 82 , teaches at Serena , Kendall County , Illinois . W . W . White has concluded that there was still room for another lawyer . Capt . A . G . Kennedy , 77 , is building a log canal at Eau Claire , Wisconsin . C . Y . Roop is a lawyer in Kansas who intends to grow up with the country . An epidemic seems to be raging . At least , forty-eight students are taking physics . Capt . C . B . Gibson has lately accepted a position in an assay laboratory at Chicago . John E . Gregory is a book-keeper in Brighton , Michigan . He remembers the I . I . U . with pleasure . Five new tables are now being made at the shop to be placed in the library . They have long been needed . Arthur Boothby was latel y called home by the death of his father . We sincerely s...
WEDDINGS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
WEDDINGS . Spence—Arnold . —At Hamilton , 111 ., Dec 23 , 1879 , Frank Spence , 77 , and Miss Bertha Arnold . Brant—Spence . —At the home of the bride , Hamilton , 111 ., Dec . 24 , 18 79 , Mr . Brant and Miss Jennie Spence , 77 . Of these two marriages we clip the following from the Keokuk Daily Constitution : — On Tuesday at the Oakwood Congregational church bv Pres . Tressler , of Carthage college , Miss Bertha Arnold was married to Mr . Frank Spence . Immediately after the ceremony the reception was given at the residence of Mr . and Mrs . Arnold , and those who were present will not soon forget the enjoyable evening passed there . The bride received many beautiful and valuable presents . On the afternoon of the following day at the country residence of John Spence , his only daughter , Miss Jennie , was married to Mr . Brant . The bringing home of the sons bride and the marriage of the daughter was celebrated at the same time and more than sixty guests enjoyed the delightful ho...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
Naughton is as usual making a great many photographs for the students . Minette Photographs for the pocket , only $ 1 . 50 a dozen . WE OFFER Better Books and Stationery and cheaper than ever . Are selling and promptly . delivering four kinds of COAL . COFFEEN ¦ ¦ The best place for Photograhps is at Morgan s , Champaign .
EXCHANGES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
EXCHANGES . A new exchapge , the Teachers Guide , comes to us from Mallet Creek , Ohio , and is well stored with food for the student and thinker . From among the good things we find in it we select the poem read by Charles Dudley Warner at the Holmes banquet , December 3 , 18 79 . The quotations found in the poem are from the Autocrat : TO OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES , On His Seventieth Birthday . BY II . H . All days are birthdays in the life , The blessed life , that poets live ; Songs keep their own sweet festivals , And are the gifts they come to give . The only triumph over Time That Time permits , is his who sings ; The poet Time himself defies , By secret help from Times own wings . From old-age heights descrying dawns , New dawns , more golden far and bright , New Beacons crowned with golden flame Than ever smote his youthful sight . His Last Leaf flutters , not to fall , But fifty sunny springs to learn ; His Comet speeds across the sky , But year by year will swift return . His...
MECHANICAL AND MILITARY BUILDING [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
MECHANICAL AND MILITARY BUILDING ItyNDlS ^ BU ^ IALU ^ iyERSl-TY The first floor is occupied b y the Mechanical and Architectural laboratories of the schools of Mechanical Engineering and of Arch itecture . 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 ( he proper manipulation in the sharpening and use of the same . This practice represents a number of shops such , as the pattern worker s , the blacksmiths , the f...
ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY URBAN A , ¦ C // AMj . i / GN COUNT ! , ILLINOIS . This State University , founded jointl y by the United States and the State of Illinois , oilers Unsurpassed Facilities for Education in J he following departments : I . The College of Agriculture , including the School of Agriculture and the , School of Horticulture . ¦ II . The College ofEngineerimr , including the Schools of Mechanical Engineer ing , of Civil Engineering , of Mining . Engineering , and of Architecture . . III . The College of Natural Srieuce , including the Schools of Chemistry of : . . Natural History , and of Domestic Science . . IV . The College of Literature ami Science , including the schools of English and Modern Languages , and of Ancient Languages . Besides these there are the School ot 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 ...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
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THE MOOR'S PROPHECY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
THE MOORS PROPHECY . * T ~^ HE SIEGE has ended , and tin : valiant Moor L Wearied hy toil and dreading hunger s reign At last has yielded In the Christian s anus , And prays for fair Malaga s hills and plains , The joy of peace and rest from war s alarms . And quick had sunk a mightv 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 morn was given . The pious Moor upon his God would call . The Christian sings in grateful praise to heaven . Xri 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 breez...
EXCHANGES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1880
EXCHANGES . A new exchange , the Teacher s Guide , comes to us from Mallet Creek , Ohio , and is well stored with food for the student and thinker . From among the good things we find in it we select the poem read by Charles Dudley Warner at the Holmes banquet , December 3 , 1879 . The quotations found in the poem are from the Autocrat : TO OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES ; On His Seventieth Birthday . BY II . It . All days are birthdays in the life , The blessed life , that poets live : Songs keep their own sweet festivals , And are the gifts they come to give . The only triumph over Time That Time permits , is his who sings ; The poet Time himself defies , By secret help from Time s own wings . From old-age heights descrying dawns , New dawns , more golden far and bright , New Beacons crowned with golden flame Than ever smote his youthful sight . His Last Leaf flutters , not to fall , But fifty sunny springs to learn ; His Comet speeds across the sky , But year by year will swift return . H...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880
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