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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

SAM . DALLENBACH , /^ fSiX ¦ DEALER IN £ $ / ^^ Q ^ - \ WATCHES , CLOCKS . & JEWELRY , fe ^^^ M A No . 14 Main Street , Champaign , 111 . W ^^& wWJ ^^^^^ Tl Repairing Bone Promptly and in a . Workmanlike Manner \ < - $ K ^ - —»> $ ^ J ? JX 7 ^^^ 7 A &/^ • AX LOW RATES . ^ * £ ^ % &^ mMMJ $ tUMIf , DEALERS IN GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS . EAST SIDE , CHAMPAIGN . Sfecial inducements to clubs . ESTABLISHED IN 1800 . S . : ££ . SOX 3 XJEE ^ S STEAM RENOVATING AND DYE HOUSE , Gents Coats , l / nnts , Vests , Hats , etc ., Cleaned • Dyed and Repaired in . a S \ l-. perior Manner . Fremont St ., one-door north of Main—Box 37 . GREEN AND PERKINS B ARBEB S , ( University Avenue , Kast Side . ) CHAMPAIGN , ILL . SHAVING , SHAMPOONING AND Iv -Cutting in first-class , style . Student respectfully invited to call . . 4 : ^ B . NASH , BARBER , ( orncr Main and Walnut Sts . ) HIS work will tell ; call and see him . J . T . PEARMAf ...

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THE GREAT DAY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

THE GREAT DAY . Thothe seers of our wizardry West have seen many a vision of air , lo leach death day of Nature hath passed like her birthdays gone before . And now Mother Shrimpton findeth room , like many a prophet gone , to bring to old Time an untimely doom—in the summer of , Si . -But of that day and that hour k noweth no man , no , not the angels which are in heaven , neither the Son , but the Father . —Mark 13—32 . IF MORE than the mighty of ages , If more than the shining immortals Our groping and pitiful sages Peer down thro eternitys portals ; If w iser they be than their Master And all the grand souls which enthrone Him , What manner of court doth he muster ? What species of crown is upon him ? It wonders me not , that the worship Such majesty well could inspire , Should need for its faithfnl assurance Some awful bantism of fire ; Some rare demonstrations of power . Of glory its . blindness to startle , Lest , God-less , it faint in the hour • That wafts to the regions im...

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CAMP LIFE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

CAMP LIFE . DURING my summer vacation of 1878 an opportunity presented itself for me to follow Horace Greely s advice , which I accepted , spending six weeks in the West in camp life with an exploring party . We left on the seventeenth of July , when everything was burning up under the scorching rays of the sun , when daily reports were coming to us of many cases of sunstroke and prostration in the large cities . At Quincy we bid adieu to Cur native state and at noon the following day we were in the Metropolis of the West , Kansas City . It is situated on a steep inclined plain , an amphitheatre commanding the view of the muddy waters of the Missouri below . The physical characteristics of the Missouri s banks are peculiar , in many pla-

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THE LABORING MAN . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

THE LABORING MAN . THE LABORING classes in different countries hav a very different influence upon the political and social character of those countries . The nearer we approach to a democratic form of government the more influence do the people exert upon the government . In no country , however despotic its government may be . are the peop le entirely destitute of influence . In an absolute monarchy , the ruler Is the hed of the nation , and it generally proves that the hed is the biggest part of the body . His word is law , the people ar mere slaves , varying m the extent of their liberties with the leniency of their ruler . As we approach a democracy , we find the people enjoying more privileges , and exerting more influence . By this rule we should find the citizens of the United States wielding a powerful influence , and blest with political and social rights . Do we find this ? I fear not . The working men of our country , and they ar a large majority , ar ground down by thei...

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THE CERAMIC ART . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

THE CERAMIC ART . HAVE DOMINION upon the earth was the first command of JI iven to man . With what , questioning look must he have received this behest ! What can I subdue ? How shall I conquer ? Untamed every beast and bird , unyielding every wood and rock . Naturally enough the leaves were first plucked and . fastened into garments . Probably next , reeds or willow branches were woven into mats for the earthen floor or baskets for fruit gathering , aid wandering along ( he willowy shore he must soon have noticed the footprints of water birds upon the clay or his own foot tracks perfectly impressed . Perhaps , he looked at tnem carefully and . observed the nicety with which eviiv line and wrinkle was reproduced upon this plastic rock . In those idle days he must have played with clay as children of this day ; When all else around seemed so harsh and so forbidding to his eager hands , this soft , mobile substance , which the gentlest wave could mark seemed to welcome his slightest f...

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SCHETCHES FROM CALIFORNIA . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

SCHETCHES FROM CALIFORNIA . NUMBER TWO . EMPEROR NORTON I . OHE is gone , indeed . The wonder is , he hath endured so long . With all his elements of state ambition he has usurped his life . A 3 every inch a king . Those happy smiles that played upon his ripe lips seemed not to know what guests were in his brain . Majesty were a rarity most beloved if all could so become it . The most eccentric character of San Francisco is no more . Joshua A . Norton—or as he was more widely known , Emperor Norton—died suddenly of sanguineous apoplexy , on California streets , January 8 th , 1 SS 0 . Since the untimely end of Californias favorite—Col . Baker—the loss of no citizen has been deplored more than this unfortunate and inoffensive old man . The death of the most exalted citizen of the State would not have caused a more general sensation . The deceased styled himself : Norton I ., Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico . He was one of those eccentricities to be found in every...

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EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

EDITORIAL VALEDICTORY . —I very much regret that circumstances are such as to make it necessary for me to resign my position as editor-in-chief of the ILLINI , and also to leave the University . I can say that my most earnest wish is to see order and harmony prevail over all . This fellow-students , is entirely in your hands , and as you wish for the welfare of the University , as you wish to make your college days not only days of * pleasure but also days of value in your future lives , take care that you do what is in your power to make them peaceful . Discountenance all rowdyism , it does not become men . As citizens of this slate we all are interested in the welfare of its institutions . Let it be our pride to ever keep in mind the prosperity of our State University . During my connection with the ILLINI I have ever had at heart the interests of the University and its magazine . If I have been as successful as former editors I am glad of it ; if I have in the least improved the ...

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

THE ILLINI PUBLISHED MONTHLY , AT THE ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . EDITOBIAL ST , ArP : J . A . ALI EN , EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . C . J . BILLS , BUSINESS AGENT . Literary , Science and Art , Education , Local , KITTIE I . BACON . J . G . WADSWORTH . C . G . NEELV . C . II . DENNIS , J KSSIE A . WRIGHT TERMS : $ i , oo per year , in advance . All articles for insertion should be sent the ChiefEd ito and all business communications to the Business Ajjent , care of ILLINI , Champaign , Illinois .

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UNIVERSITY NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

UNIVERSITY NOTES . Are you coiring back next year ? Miss . Anna Lucas has returned to the University . Call on Palmer , at the ILLINI office , for spring suits . The Juniors have made quite a pet of their class song . Misses Baker and Lawrence held a concert at Ogden , February 20 th . Ask J . B . about those beautiful daises that grow in out of the way places . C . E . Foster has taken charge of Pleasant Hill school , in place of N . B . Coffman . Eli F . Blakeslie 79 , is now the happy father of a boy baby . This gets away with 7 8 . W . Woods White 78 , wandered back to the . familiar scenes of Alma Mater last month . Herm Pepoon came down lately to spend a few days with Will and the rest of the boys . The Junior class song contains this line The preps stared long and loud . Funny preps ! G . H . Denton S 3 , bade good by to studies at the I . I . U ., last month , and has gone to Salt Lake- City . Frank Porter declares he will hardly ever believe Armstrong again after that awful...

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COLLEGE NEWS AND CLIPPINGS , [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

COLLEGE NEWS AND CLIPPINGS , SCENE : Broad shouldered girl and professor with a dead mouse in his left hand , moving with mighty strides , down the campus hill . Remark : There go the three Graces . Faith is the mouse , because it is firm to the end . Hope is the Professor , because he is very desirous of anchoring tit s sole ( s ) . Charity is the-girl , because she is the biggest of the three . FRESHMAN ( confidentially ) — I say , Smith , didnt you find Greek plaguey hard when you were a freshman ? Senior ( nonchalently)— Greek ? No ; Greek came easy to me . Freshman ( awestruck)— What ! Didn t you find Greek hard ? Senior ( meditatively ) - Hold on ! Lemme see ! Greek ? Is Greek the stuff with the funny little crooked letters ? Freshman ( in astonishment ) - , Why , yes ? Senior ( emphatically)— Oh ! yes . Greek was deused hard . MEDICAL student to his professor . Prof ., how is a man to tell a mushroom from a toadstool , botanically speaking , say ? Prof . By eating it , sir . ...

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ENGLISH SOVEREIGNS SINCE THE CONQUEST . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

ENGLISH SOVEREIGNS SINCE THE CONQUEST . First William the Norman , then William , his son . Henry , Stephen and Henry , th ? n Richard and John ; Next Henry , the third , Edwards—one , two and three , And again after Richard , three Henrys we see . Two Edwards , third Richard—if rightly I guess—Two Henrys , sixth Edward . Queen Mary , Queen Bess ; Then Jamie , the Scotchman , and Charles , whom they slew Yet utter two Crom wells took Charles number two Then Jamie , the second , who stopped at no crime , And William and Mary , who reigned at one time ; Good Anne , Georges—four—fourth William all passed And Victoria came , may she long be the last . —Ex . LINES OF KINGS SINCE THE CONQUEST . Four Normans , from ten sixty-six , ruled oer The land , till leven hundred and fifty-four . Then followed the potent Plantagenet line—Eight Sovereigns—it ended thirteen ninety-nine . Lancaster and York proved a quarrelsome hive—Six Sovereigns—it ended fourteen eighty five . The great House of Tudo...

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MECHANICAL AND M LITARY BUILDINI [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

MECHANICAL AND M LITARY BUILDINI ILLINQISINDUSTRIALUNIVERSITY ¦ 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 * . n the production of the elementary Jbrms ^ 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 shops such as the pattern worker s , the blacksmith s , the...

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ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . URBANA , CHAMPAIGN COUNT ! , ILLINOIS . This State University , founded jointl y by the . United States and the State of Illinois , offers Unsurpassed Facilities for i- ¦ 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 . . 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 prepare...

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Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

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THE GREAT DAY- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1880

THE GREAT DAY- Tho the seers of our wizardl y West have seen many a vision of air , lotench death day of Nature hath passed like tier birthdays gone before . And now Mother Shrimplon lindeth room , like many a prophet gone , to bring to old Time an untimely doom—in the summer . of , Si . But . of that day and that hour knowelh no man , no , not the angels which are in heaven , neither the Son , but the Father . —Mark 13—32 . IK MORE than the mighty of ages , If more than the . shining immortals Our groping and pitiful sages Peer down thro eternity s portals ; If wiser they be than their Master And all the grand souls which enthrone 11 im , Whai manner of . court-doth he muster ? What species of crown is upon him ? It wonders mc not , that the worship Such majesty well could inspire , Should need for its faithful assurance Some awful baptism of fire ; Some rare demonstrations of power . Of glory its blindness to startle , Losr , God-les « , it faint in the hour That wafts to the regi...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880

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