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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
SAM.DALLENBACH,.^p^N,, DEALER IN . / $ / ^^ Q ^ - . \ WATCHES , CLOCKS &amp; JEWELRY , ( eV £ @^ A \ No . 14 Main Street , Champaign , IIL W ^^^^ 5 ^^^ 2 ^ T / Repairing Done Promptly and in a Workmanlike Manner \ ° ! Sjs &gt; - &amp; sffiW i &amp; i ^ MlU ^ fbJ r AT LOW RATES . . X ^^ S ^ m^MF.SMM^MM ... ¦ ¦ DEALERS IN GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS EAST SIDE , CHAMPAIGN . Special inducements to clubs . ESTABLISHED IN 1886 . S . H . SOT 3 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 AND PERKINS „ B-A-X ^ BZEX ^ S , ¦ ( University Avenue , Hast Side . ) CHAMPAIGN , ILL . SHAVING , SHAMPOONING AND HA ? Cutting in first-class style . Students ; respectfully invited to call . + : 6 t B.NASH, BARBER , ( orner Main and Walnut Sts . ) HIS work -will tell ; call and see him . J.T.PEARMAN PHYSICIAN , Office in Gazette building ....
WOMAN : BY AN OLD BATCH . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
WOMAN : BY AN OLD BATCH . WE HAVE no use for woman now , Her earthly mission s ended ; She has accomplished the design Her Maker first intended . She was ordained—the Bible says To help the genus homo ; But man s invention renders her As useless asachromo . There were some little things to do In Adams occupation ; To do these things the Maker made A sort of sub creation . No man denies Eve was below Her husbands social level , For she forsook his company And flirted with the devil . In Adam s time Eve aided him To dress and keep the garden ; But Women now say husbandrys A sin without a pardon . Like-wise Rebecca—Isaacs wife , His uncle Laban s daughter—Not only fed her fathers flock , But for them drew the water . The ancient women spun the flax And wool , and wove their dresses , But modern women curl and twist And wool their flaxen tresses . The modern woman s use for wool , Tis every mans decision , Is but to try and pull it o er The organ of his vision . We have machines to knit...
OLIVER P . MORTON . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
OLIVER P . MORTON . IN EVERY age and among all peoples upon earth , great men have lived and wrought great deeds . Poets in every land have sung in verse the praises of their heroes ; and historians written in characters of living light the record of a fame and glory imperishable . Time ! Mighty Chronicler , himself has blazoned in words of burning tire the lives and splendid works of men . The brief epitome of human events is written over with examp les of courageous , daring , unselfish devotion , never failing fidelity to purpose , pathetic tenderness , patriotic love , unceasing struggle for right , and with lessons of heroic , humble self sacrifice . Leonidas at Thermopylae ! William the Silent , in the Netherlands ! Our own Washington and his bare-foot army , tented on the frozen ground at Valley Forge ! Adams in the convention of 1776 ! Lincoln on the field of Gettysburg ! All are remembered by us and find royal welcome in true hearts . And their memory shall be sacred to the...
A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE VENTILATION OF DWELLING HOUSES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE VENTILATION OF DWELLING HOUSES . THE WORD ventilate is from a Latin word , meaning a slight wind . The object of ventilation is to secure pure air in rooms occupied by living beings and in cold weather to do this and still have an agreeable temperature . The room which is enclosed by the earth and sky has probably the best system of ventilation that has yet been devised , and it is by imitating this system that the best ventilation of our houses is secured . Fire in some forms is the great cause at work making impure air , and in nature s living room this impure air is at once removed , through the expanding influence of heat , while an ocean of fresh air is ever ready to take its place . With the warm air furnace we can probably secure the best imitations of nature s system of ventilation and have our rooms comfortably warm . I emphasize warm air furnace because in my opinion no hot air furnace is necessary or should ever be used . The furnace should be large ...
THE PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
THE PEOPLE WE ARE LIVING in an age of wonders—wonders of mechanism , art , science and philosophy ; yet it seems to me that our time will be marked in history above all others as the time of the growth of the people in power . Pause and see amid what influences we dwell . To see forty-five millions of people of various passions and of all languages living in peace under the same broad banner , to see thirty-eight sovereign states yielding to the common power , is surely a sight to be wondered at and admired . We stand to-day among the nations of the world the first and greatest true republic . Ours is a history like none other . If there is a power in history superior to state , a power supreme , surely we are the children of its creation and protection . If you will note the history of England at the time when our ancestors came from their fatherland to the wilderness of America , you will see that never before and never since until within the last few years , has there been over t...
ODDS AND ENDS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
ODDS AND ENDS IT- . WOULD be difficult to find a class in the University so earnest in the r studies as the students of Veterinary Science . Dr . Prentice believes that theory and practice should go together , and often tries the theoretical knowledge of his class in a practical manner . Lately he took the class out to see a sick horse in the extreme western part of Champaign , and out of thirteen there were eleven who were correct in their judgement of the disease , which was that of Pericarditis , a disease of the heart very hard to detect . Very frequently , too , there are cases brought to the clinic for treatment , and at such times the professor always tries the knowledge of his class . Gaining confidence in the boys he one day concluded to let them inquire into the nature of a case of heaves that a sturdy old farmer said that a horse of his had . The boys looked wise as owls , and beamed upon the old farmer their most melancholy looks . What brought on this malignant disease ...
" DROWNED , MY LORDS . " [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
DROWNED , MY LORDS . Drowned in the mud—With eager feet She skipped across the treacherous street , And as she skipped , She tripped And slipped And fell with a dismal , pitiful moan , And a groan , And a hollow , sickening , ghastly thud , Into the mud , the mud , the mud . Drowned in the mud ! The thrilling cry Rang in the ears of the passers-by ; They saw her stop And drop And flop Into the reeling , surging rush Of slush— They saw her mingle her crimson blood With the baleful brown of the mud , the mud . Drowned in the mud— O maiden gay , Tripping across the street to-day , Beware your grip—Youll trip And slip And sink like a leaden plummet down To drown Deep in the depths of the murky flood , The hapless prey of the mud , the mud . —Press News .
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
EDITORIAL We should judge from the amount of noisy declamation to be heard at any hour of the day in our society halls that orators for the coming oratorical contest are numerous . As a rule too little interest is manifested in oratory at our University . Many of the older students and those too , who rank high in their classes , take no part in the contest . Prehaps the reason is that a great part of student s oratory consists simply of brilliant sentences that sound pleasantly to the ear , but possess but little thought . It is no wonder that students grow tired of this style of oratory , and think that the preparation of an oration is a waste of time . But the preparation of a good oration , one that is full of thought , is as valuable as many a recitation , for in such a work the student condences and applies the knowledge that he has previously gained by hours of study . Our University , taking rank as it does among the best in the west , should have among its students many who...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
THEILLINl PUBLISHED MONTHLY , AT THE ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . X 3 X 3 X 1 OX ? , X . A . XJ STAFF : J . A . A I .. EN , EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . C . J . BILLS , BUSINESS AGENT . Literary , Exchanges , Odds and Ends , Local , KITTIE I . BACON . J . ( J . WADSWORTII . C . O . NEELY . C . H . DENNIS , J ESSIE A . WRIGHT TERMS : $ 1 , 00 per year , in advance . All articles for insertion should be sent to the Editor-in-Chief , and all business communications to the Business Afrent , care of II . LZNI , Champaign , Illinois .
UNIVERSITY NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
UNIVERSITY NOTES . Base ball . Did you pass ? Philbrick has a velocipede . Which company will take the banner this year ? It s saddest when it sings , as the prep said of the choir . Mr . Hildebrand succeeds Prof . Baker as instructor in phys r cs this term . The new catalogues will be out in a few weeks . Five thousand are to be printed . Those who never saw bananas growing may do so by taking a look into the green house . The time for the society contests has come and the voice of the orator is heard in the land . INSTRUCTOR : HOW can you generate a cylinder ? STUDIOUS PREP : By moving a circle endways . Many of the boys are puzzling over the question of whether they can t substitute etiquette for something in their course . The freshman class this year contains 129 members , being the largest class in the University . It may well be proud of itself . The preps must go after next year . They are too good and modest to be brought under the influence of evil-minded seniors . No more...
PERSONAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
PERSONAL . H . A . Pepoon has returned , to the joy of the juniors . C . E . Brady will not be at the University during this term . A . E . Davis has returned to remain at school for the rest of the year . Miss Abbie Batchelder paid quite a long visit to the University lately . J . J . Seymore , 77 , is on the southern branch of the Rio Grande and Denver R . R . S . W . Parr S 2 , was down to see his friends here lately- He will be at school next year . Mr . Reynolds , a graduate of 74 , is taking chemistry here . He expects to go west soon . S . A . Harrison has finished his school and returned to cast his lot with the juniors once more . Capt . A . Swannell , 79 , came down and spent anniversary with us . He said the basement looked familiar . Our Marshal , H . O . Smith , has left the scene of his official labors and returned to his native Kendall county . J . Schwartz , 81 , has left the University to take a position in a drug store in Topeka , Kansas . We wish Joe success . T ....
EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
EXCHANGES The Vidette comes to us as busmess-hke as ever . It is well gotten up . However , we do like to see more than one contributed article in a college journal . Really , this ought to be the one grand aim of college journalism , to furnish a better opportunity than could otherwise be had for the publishing of students articles . The students of the N . W . U . must take a little more interest in the Vidette . It is one of our best exchanges , and is always welcome to our table . Another one of our Quaker journals is the Haverfordian , which we always pick up with a feeling of relief , certain to find therein something refreshing for the drooping spirit , and entertainment for the mind wearied with study , It has a way about it which is peculiarly Haverfordian . Most of its matter is presented in rather an odd garb ; not only the editorials , locals , exchanges , etc .. from the editor s pen , but also the general literature . All is novel , Ha . erfordian is doing bravety . Sh...
THE COLLEGE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
THE COLLEGE WORLD A place for every-thing and even-thing in its place . A man of Yale nails his slippers on the wall four feet up , and then all he has to do of an evening is to wheel up his easy chair in front of them and pull out his meerschaum . The foolish man throweth away his pony , but the wise man putteth it in his trunk till June . A Chinese student of Andover wrote in a lady s album the following version of a well known poem : How the doth little sting-bug Improve every sixty minutes All the day . Go pickee up sting-bug juice From flowers just got busted . The University of Leipsig has about 3500 students , each consuming about three gallons ot beer per day . Students always smoke in class rooms till the Prof , enters . The United States supports 425 colleges and universities . Hamilton and Cornell are well patronized by Brazil . Two college dailies in the United States—at Yale and Harvard . The University of Kansas has a new astronomical observatory . Josh Billings gradua...
MECHANICAL AND MILITARY BUILDING [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
MECHANICAL AND MILITARY BUILDING ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNI VERS 1 T \ 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 in 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 of shops such as the pattern worker s , the blacksmiths , thefiter s , ...
ILLINOIS ; iNDUSTRiiVL UNIVEtelTY : : [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
ILLINOIS ; iNDUSTRiiVL UNIVEtelTY : : URBAN A , CHAMPAIGN COUNT ! , ILLINOIS . . . - * , This -State University , founded jointl y b y the-Umted States ; and the / . - . . . State . of Illinois , offers Unsurpassed Facilities lor &lt; .: ¦ ¦ / . Education in the following departments : . ^ ;? - ¦ . ; - I . The College of Agriculture , including the- School of Agriculture arid the , . .. . School of Horticulture . ••::.. - .. II . Thedqllege 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 hitemtnre and Science , including the schools of English and Modern Languages , and of Ancient Languages ; lie . sides these there are-the Sclioolbf Commerce , of Art and Design , and pi Military . Tactics . ¦¦ . y , ¦ . ¦•¦ ¦ ADMISSION .: . [...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
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WOMAN : BY AN OLD BATCH . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 April 1880
WOMAN : BY AN OLD BATCH . WE HAVE no use for woman now , Her earthly mission V ; ended ; -She has accomplished the design Jler Maker first intended . ¦ She was ordained— the , Bible says To help thegejms homo ; But man s invention renders her As useless asachromo . There were some little things to do In Adam s occupation ; To do these things the Maker made A sort of sub creation . No man denies Eve was below Her husband s social level , For she forsook his company And flirted with ( he devil . In Adam s time Eve aided him To dress and keep the garden ; But Women now say husbandry s A sin without a pardon . Like-wjse Rehecca—Isaacs wife , His uncle Lahau s daughter—Not only led her father s flock , lint for them drew the water . The ancient women spun the llax Anil wool , ami wove their dresses , lint modern women curl and twisl And wool their flaxen tresses . The modern woman s use for wool . Tis every , mans decision , Is hut to try and pull it o er The organ of his vision . We hav...
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