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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

Considering the circumstances attending it , we feel a strong temptation to make our first editorial simply congratulatory . The great improvements in form and arrangement which have been carried out in the present number of THE ILLINI by order of THE ILLINI committee and with the sanction of the senate have , in themselves , added much to the value and attractiveness of our students paper . These , together with its semi-monthly publication , will g ive its conductors of this year every advantage in the attempt which they are making to place it in the very front rank of college papers . Although as a rule it has been ably conducted heretofore , the work which has been put upon it has not been directed in the right channels . We think very few of the students of this or any other university are of such a nature that they would prefer having the paper which is conducted in their interests filled with weig hty articles more or less foreign to those interests , rather than have the spa...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

THE ILLINI , PUBLISHED SEMI-MONTHLY , AT THE ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY , BY THE STUDENTS . BOARD OF EDITORS : C . H . DENNIS , 81 , EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . MISS M . M . I . MACKNET , SI , A . N . TALBOT , SI , Literary . College . J . G . WADSWORTH , 8 J , C . W . PALMER , 82 , Local . Exchanges . J . H . MORSE , 81 , BUSINESS MANAGER . \ TERMS : One year , $ 1 . 50 ; single copies , ten cents . Articles for insertion should be sent to the Editor-in-Chief , and all business communications to the Business Manager , care of ILLINI , Champaign , Illinois . CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS , SEPTEMBER 16 , 1880 .

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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IN THOSE JUNE DAYS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

IN THOSE JUNE DAYS . RONDEAU . In those June days which saw us part , Was glad or sad the tongue and heart Which said and felt the brief farewell ? After the touch when silence fell Did we in friendship dwell apart ? Too soon will come the final start When we must singly trace the chart Of groping Time ; will sorrow dwell In those June days ? Nay , friends , we will not rouse the smart Which comes not now , but every art Shall go to sweeten and to swell The streams of joyance which out-well ; And so forget we must depart In those June days . H .

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LABOR FOR AN END . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

LABOR FOR AN END . Toil bravely onward . Your name is not spoken of to-day to be forgotten tomorrow , nor is the outcome of all your labors to be seen in the present alone . There is a future toward which the world is looking for the accomplishment of its grand ideas , the harvest of our present seedtime ; and this future will be more worthv than the present , only so much as the present shall furnish it care and sustenance . Time is a foster child placed in our hands for safe keeping , and when it , with all other things , shall have passed from earth , we shall be held responsible for what it has or has not accomplished . The world is not all sunshine . What were the happiness of life , ifthe mingled pain and sorrow did not teach us of its worth ? Your bark may occasionly be carded into the dark recesses of projecting cliffs and overhanging boughs , and be threatened with destruction upon the rocks , but a careful determined hand at the helm will guide it safely beyond all these i...

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BY-WAYS OF READING . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

BY-WAYS OF READING . In reading there may be such a thing as following too closely the beaten roads which people make for themselves through their own literature . Of course in doing so the principal works of the greatestminded writers are met with , or stumbled upon and over ( shall I say ?) , yet many a quaint and curious , witty and wise , volume is left unseen in pleasant and unfrequented by-ways . As truly as it was formerl y said that all roads led to Rome , it may now be said that all reading leads to Shakespeare . He is the great center and source . Our other great writers form stopping points of minor importance , and between them lie the roads which are marked by lesser writers who are still read by the many . But in the old , forgotten by-ways are treasures which a genuine lover of reading cannot afford to overlook . There is a delightful freshness about an old book which few read , coming not entirely from its own excellence or quaintness . If critics have little to saya...

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UNIVERSITY NOTES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

UNIVERSITY NOTES . LOCAL . Shake ! Tickets ! Welcome , 8 4 . NEW ILLINI . Advertise in it . Subscribe for it . They all do it ! The preps cry for it . The freshies lie for it . The sophs sigh for it . The juniors always fly for it . And the seniors nearl y die for it . How did you spend your vacation ? Are we going to have any elocution ? Miss Grace Peabody is private secretary to her father , the regent . Prof . G . E . Morrow will address the agricultural fair at Edgewood on the 24 th inst . Up to Wednesday noon , one hundred and twenty-one new students were registered . During the summer W . T . Eaton , 82 , was engaged in engineering workin Wyandotte , Kansas . The Adel phic bulletin is draped in memory of the death of a faithful member , J . W . Lamson , 80 . Dr . and Mrs . Gregory , after spending the summer in educational work throughout the state , have gone east to recuperate . Students , trade with those who advertise in your paper . They keep the best goods and will give ...

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PERSONAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

PERSONAL . W . F . Spradling , of 7 8 , reads law in Minneapolis . C . W . Clark , 76 , is on the Mississippi River Survey . H . W . Lynch , Si , sits in the railroad office at Sheldon . Lieut . Wood spent the vacation with friends in Indiana . M . J . Wright , 77 , follows the plow in McHenry County . J . G . Allison , 81 , visited a Tennessee friend during vacation . C . G . Neely , 80 , looks through the post office at DuQuoin . C . G . Elliot , a C . E . of 77 , is practicing his profession at Tonica . Emma Columbia , 78 , is local editor of the Champaign Gazette . Miss Gussie E . Butts , 79 , is first-assist-ant in the Paxton schools . W . D . Rudy , 78 , is in the post office department at Washington . W . F . Conyne , 82 , ties knots over his father s counter at Warren . F . L . Hartman , 82 , may be found in a sugar factory at Clintonville . Harry Wade . 8 3 , holds forth in the vicinity of Jamestown , Dakota . Frank Brown , 78 , is principal of one of the ward schools at Ro...

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What an Old Boy Thinks . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

What an Old Boy Thinks . [ Our Business Manager has received the following letter from an old student who was formerly connected with THE ILLINI . We give it as a specimen of many others of the same kind which have been received since the change of form has been adopted and made known . That the new form and the semi-monthly issue is the best for a college journal , is a fact which is strengthened in our mind—if a fact can be strengthened—by the expressions favorable to the new plan which come to us from all sides . We would say to all that if you are pleased with the plans for the success of THE ILLINI , and the attempts made to can - ) them out , you will never make its managers angry by letting them know it . —EJ . ] LONGTON , KAS ., Sept . 13 , 1880 . J . H . MORSE , ESQ ., DEAR SIR : —Your postal card prospectus for THE ILLINI for 1880-1 , is at hand . The annoncement is genuinely gratifying to me . I was with THE ILLINI at its birth , helped nurse it through fragile infancy , ...

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A Bit of Untold History . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

A Bit of Untold History . They buried him darkly ( ?) at dead of night The final ceremony of last year should not be passed over in silence . Not only should it be noticed for itself , but also because it probably is the first of a long line of similar ceremonies . From this time on , unless the rules in regard to drilling are changed , each college year will doubtless close with a cremation of the corpus of the military department by the sophomores . There are very few colleges in the country now which do not have at least one cremation ceremony each year . Some branch of mathematics is generally what is chosen to be delivered up to the fiery element at the close of the term in which it is studied . But more worthy of this funeral rite is the department of war administered by the hands of those who have just gained their release from its weakening grasp . When , at the beginning of the spring term of last year , the seniors and juniors were permitted to go tlieir ways in peace , ne...

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Hymenial . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

Hymenial . SCOVELL—DAVIS . —At the residence of the bride s father , at Monticello , Illinois , Wednesday , September 8 , 1880 , Prof . M . A . Scovell , 75 , and Miss Nannie Davis , 78 , Rev . Pierce , of Champaign , officiating . We boys are sorry to lose the Professor but the old folks extend to him the right hand of fellowship and welcome him to his new life , and we submit . THE ILLINI sends greetings . GREENHALGH—ANDERSON . —At Students Home , August , 1 SS 0 , by Rev . Page , J . B . Grcenhalgh and Miss Laura Anderson , 75 . This may , to some , appear superfluous , essentially the same having appeared , though spuriously , in a transient publication , a few months since . However , at the present writing , its a fact . NEELY—FISH . —At St . Louis , Wednesday , September 9 , 1880 , by the Rev . P . H . Van Nest , C . G . Neely , So , and Miss Lucia H . Fish , of Evanston . They take up their abode at DuQuoin , the home of Mr . Neely . Though Charles desertion was rather unexp...

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Obituary . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

Obituary . DIED . —At Half Day , Illinois , July 20 , 1880 , after a lingering illness of several months , John W . Lamson , a member of the class of So of our University . His old friends here will remember Mr . Lamson as an earnest and faithful student , and a young man of unexceptionable character . Without laboring for popularity , he was beloved by all who knew him , his sterling qualities winning him friendship unawares . It is with great sorrow that we announce the departure of such a one . There are many whom we could better afford to lose . We can only hope that the end of his labors is as brig ht as his efforts here were successful . DIED . —At Harristown , Illinois , July 7 , 1 S 80 , Charles W . Allen , 77 , aged 24 years 5 months . After graduating , Mr . Allen attended the law school at Ann Arbor for one year , when , feeling that dread disease , consumption , gradually getting control of him , he ceased study and gave his attention to restoring his health . All effort...

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A Story of Doom . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

A Story of Doom . It requires no oracle to reveal the destiny of our dormitory . Its destiny is ruin . You see this stamped upon its crumbling walls , upon its shattered windows , upon its broken roof . Although it still rises story above story , and spreads out its amp le wings as in the days when it was a smart young academy , the time of its fall is near at hand . Its usefulness departed from it years ago with the building of our great university . Why should it longer remain to be a nig htmare to the faculty , and a great , lumbering , useless elephant to the trustees ? Let it sink to the earth , and let a new one spring forth at a Phoen-ix-birth from out its ruins ; one of firmer foundations and of securer walls .

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COLLEGE DRIFT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

COLLEGE DRIFT . EXCHANGES . We welcome the Ivy and Commencement numbers of the Bowdoin Orient . It is well edited and neatly published . Continue to favor us . The Knox Student issued a fine commencement number . It contains the baccalaureate address of president Bateman , which is well worthy of perusal . The Student s Journal for July is well compiled . The Heroism of Conviction is rather more historical than philosophical , but yet contains many rich thoughts and good ideas . The author is a hero-worshiper . The University Quarterly sends us a good number for July . The author of Republicanism in England predicts its establishment in the near future . The Quartet ly carries a number of pages of personals , which cannot but make it welcome to the old college friends . We enjoy the Haverfordian . -Its first year has been a success . Its columns are filled with matter of interest to its friends and to college people in general . The local department receives hardly sufficient attent...

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THE COLLEGE WORLD . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

THE COLLEGE WORLD . The Oberlins have class hats . Vassar has three Japanese ladies . The Yale library is open Sunday . Cornell s class of 80 numbers 7 S . Yale has given president Hayes an L . L . D . Seventy per cent of Yale s senior class smoke . The Ohio Wesleyan has eight secret fraternities . Rutgers has conferred the degree of Ph . D . on Edison . President Batemen , of Knox , visited Europe this summer . Five-sixths of the Harvard class of 80 intend to study law . Senator Garfield is president of the Delta Upsilon lraternity . Diplomas at Princeton cost fourteen dollars and a half . —Ex . Prof . DeMotte , of Wesleyan , has recently been admitted to the bar . Senator Blaine is a graduate of Washington College , Pennsylvania . Monday is becoming popular as a weekly holiday in place of Saturday . Italy has two female colleges , one at Rome and the other at Florence . Dartmouth keeps an account of the attendance of the Faculy at chapel . Good idea . Wisconsin State University is...

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KNICK-KNACKS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

KNICK-KNACKS . There is a demon whose name is Grind , And in his dread machine He gathers you all , and you will find Full many a flunk between . THE SMILING SENIOR . Last June I was only a junior , But now as a senior Im seen ; Look now , not again very soon yer Will gaze on a smile so serene . That s the smile that I smile when I meet them , The dear little freshies and sophs , And tenderly too do I greet them , But mark how I beam on the profs . I look on my class-mates as brothers , And this is the general style Of the-sniile I bestow on these others , A truly magnificent smile . PROF . —How dare you swear before me ? STI DENT . —How was I to know you wanted to swei first?—Ex . FACULTY . —I will give you five minutes : which to leave the fence ! J UNIOR ( taking 01 his watch ) , All right ; I ve got four minutes ye —Tale Record . There was a big sophomore fraud , Who wore cuffs that were six inches broa To the ex . he once went , . And he looked innocent , But under his coat sle...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

UNIVERSITY DIRECTORY . Spring Term , 1880 . STUDENTS GOVERNMENT . EXECUTIVE . President , Frank White . Vice-President , C . H . Dennis . Secretary , M . B . Wilson . Treasurer , W . K . Mason . Marsfial , C . N . Boyd . JUDICIARY . Chief Justice , Lou Stull . est Ass ct . Justice , J . H . Morse . 2 nd « J . E . Armstrong . Pros . Attorney , F . M . McKay . LEGISLATIVE . President , C . H . Dennis . Vice-President , A . F . Robinson . Secretary , Miss G . Dresser . Asst . Secy ., Miss K . Baker . SENATE . J . A . Allen , 1 ; J . G . Allison , 1 ; J . E . Armstrong , 1 ; Miss Kittie Baker , 1 ; A . M . Bridge , 2 ; Miss L . Brown , 3 ; A . O . Coddington , 3 ; A . E . Davis , 3 ; Miss G . Dresser , IJ T . C . Hill , 2 ; C . S . Hubbell , 3 ; Miss L . Lawhead , 1 ; W . A . Mansfield , 3 ; Miss M . Mosser , 2 ; W . L . Parker , 3 ; E . Philbrick , 2 ; F . H . Porter , 1 ; Miss May Reed , 2 ; A . F . Robinson , 2 ; E . H . Swasev , 3 ; J . G . Wadsworth , 2 . ILLINI EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

PHOTOGRAPHY . —Let every new student who wants first-class work call at Naughton s , over Philadel phia Store , Champaign . T : tf

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

O. F. BRITTON , DENTIST . BARRETT BLOCK , UP STAIRS The housefl y , if in good health , can lay 20 , 000 eggs in a season . What a p ity that a fl y can t be grafted on a hen . —Ex . Naughton makes a specialty of pictures for students . , : tf Recitation in literature . Prof . —Mr . H . what can you say of Edward H yde ? Student . —Ah-hem-Edward H yde began life very early . Prof ., ( dryly )—Any earlier than anybody else , Mr . H . ?~ 2 r ipod . All books , both new and second-hand , covered free of charge at COFFEENS Book Store . x : 2 t Chas . Smith s dining and lunch room is just the place to take your friends , i : tf A . C . Anson , captain of the Chicago nine , is a giant in stature as well as skill . He stands six feet and three inches high , weighs 220 pounds , and can claim the honor of being the first and onl y man who ever led the average of the country , both m batting and in fielding , the same season . —Ex . Remember , you can buy in boots and shoes of I . B . Arnold ...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 16 September 1880

FOR THE BEST FITTING CLOTHING IN BUSINESS OR DRESS SUITS , CALL ON STERN BROTHERS The latest styles of Soft and Stiff Hats . A great variety of the finest Furnishing Gpods on hand 33 , MAIN STRKET , CHAMPAIGN . . . 2 ^ IIj 2 LiI 2 ! TBSS-sr . ^ iJt ^^ ON HAND A FINE ASSORT- «? ££ OF MILLINERY GOODS ; ALSO SILKS , SATINS . AND VELVETS FOR DRESStTRIMMINGS . ^ v ^ a ^ TJ ££ HU AND EXAMINE MY GOODS BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE . KATE COLLINS , Main Street , Urbana . ESTABLISHED X 3 fcT 1857 SCHWEIZER & WOODY , 35 AM ) 37 , MAIN STREET , CHAMPAIGN , MERCHANT TAILORS , CLOTHIERS AND GENTS FURNISHERS The only place in the city where you ean procure a genuine govt standard uniform . FRED . BOLLMAN , dealer in GROCERIES , QUEENSWARE GLASSWARE , ETC . First door north of Coady & Regan s , CHAMPAIGN . * fc > c / 5 w I.. g HO* 1 - i \ fr ] U-H t Sffi ~ V H Hnu ^ o ^ SPi w * § rf «- ! <- OhJ , gag 1 § J H-H * w cc „ a Wf it : is r <is * § I...

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