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COLLEGE DRIFT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 20 October 1880
COLLEGE DRIFT . EXCHANGES . The Cornell Era shows enterprise . It is published weekly , and is of the same size as most of the semi-monthlies . We find the Videlte , Northwestern University , a pleasant , racy college paper . We would that there were more papers of its style . Northwestern University supports two papers , of which the Tripod is the older . It does not , as one would suppose from its name , go halting on three legs . It is as lively as any , and one of the best . The Earlhamite , in a neat . drab cover , comes from the FriendsCollege , at Richmond , Indiana . We rind an item therein to the effect that Dr . Gregory is president of the 1 . 1 . U . Although the make-up of the paper is very good , yet it shows a lack of knowledge of college affairs in publishing such an item . It has , however , probably received our first number of this year ere now , and knows better . College Review , from Shurtleft College , Alton , wants to ex . All right ; on the list you go . The ...
KNICK-KNACKS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 20 October 1880
KNICK-KNACKS . Bicycle is the latest for pony . A Detroit boy propounds the awful query : Which had you rather do—be eaten up by a tiger , or have all the maple sugar you can swaller ? There was a young lady in specs , Who was called Miss Mary Ann X . ; With her heavenly cheek And her Hellenic Greek She mashed proctors , professors and prex . —Lampoon . The Amherst i &gt; indents summer experience : The summer past , I wood a maid , The fairest of her kind ; At Vassar had she learned her trade To teach the infant mind . , We driving went , and rowing went , Together , all the while ; My aspirations well content If I should gain a smile . Ah ! but I loved her . People said : — How well the two are matched . A morning came , I woke , I fled ; The banisters were scratched , so scratched . Student , fresh from college , to conductor : wish to get on the penultimate car . Conductor We have no peanut car ; you can take th smoker .
BOOK NOTICES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 20 October 1880
BOOK NOTICES . The l rutective System : What it Costs the American Farmer , by Graham McAdams , pp . 37 . Published by fhc New York Free Trade Club . This pamphlet presents in a lively and forcible way some very weighty arguments against protection . Any one who reads it thoughtfully will at least be impressed by the earnestness of the writer . It was written for the special reading and enlightenment of farmers . That too many of these know nothing of the system which is so pernicious to themselves is very evident from the fact that the system still exists . We advise all who have an interest in farming to procure this pamphlet and give it a careful reading . There are some points in it which we judge will be rath-I er hard for the protective men to get around with any grace . The remedy for this evil whicksj the author suggests is the most certain and probal bly the only practicable one . He says , So long as Congress is composed of protectionists , just sc long will the farmer be ...
Mrs . Maloney Speaks . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 20 October 1880
Mrs . Maloney Speaks . [ Dedicated to the University Band . ] Och ! Paddy an Biddy an Moike , Och ! Dinnis OGrady an Sue , I know what the divil is loike , Which same Ill be tellin to you . Bedad , an its scarrit I am Till I trimble an shake like a lafe ; As sure as an oyster s a clam 1 The divil s an ugly ould thafe . You see tis an iligant day n This evenin , an there at the gate I stood lookin over the way At the pig-pen so purty an nate , When—its truth that I say , ivery word—The blood in me body it froze ; For just up the street there I heard The divil a blowin his noze ! Did I see him ? Well , no , come to think , The hearin of him was enough—Hush ! there , put your ear to the chink An say it Im tellin you stuff ! Taint a pig nor an angel that sings , Tis the divil , sir , laugh as you may . It s thim schtudents a tootin brass things ! Och , troth an the divil you say !
THE COLLEGE WORLD . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 20 October 1880
THE COLLEGE WORLD . Chicago University is in debt $ 200 , 000 . Rutgers is one hundred and ten years old . The first college paper was published at Dartmouth in 1 S 00 . Harvard and Yale keep their libraries open on Sunday afternoons . Illinois College is becoming reverend with age . It now begins its fifty-second year . The authorities at Oberlin have forbidden the playing of base-ball on the campus . Ninety-seven cadets entered the Michigan Military Academy during last year , representing ten states . The seniors of Northwestern propose a lecture course to raise money for commencement expenses . There are now three college dailies in the United States , the Cornell Sun being the third to appear in the field of journalism . Out of over one hundred applicants for admission at Columbia College , only twenty succeeded in entering without conditions . Professor John Fiske , of Harvard , intends next year to deliver his lectures on American politics , in England , France and Belgium . —...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 20 October 1880
UNIVERSITY DIRECTORY . Fall Term , 1880 . STUDENTS GOVERNMENT . EXECUTIVE . President , F . M . McKay . Vice-President , J . G . Wadsworth . Secretary , A . M . Bridge . Treasurer , Miss Elsie Elliott . Marshal , S . Philbrick . JUDICIARY . Chief Justice , W . A . Mansfield . ist Ass ct . Justice , J . Todd . 2 nd H . W . Bringhurst . Pros . Attorney , J . H . Morse . LEGISLATIVE . President , J . G . Wadsworth . Vice-President , A . O . Coddington . Secretary , F . L . Hill . Asst . Sec y ., W . K . Mason . SENATE . . Boothby , 1 ; T . C . Hill , 1 ; E . Philbrick , 1 ; iss C . F . Lewis , 1 ; J . C . Dressor , 1 ; Miss | May eed , 1 ; F . D . Rugg , 1 ; F . L . Hill , 2 ; A . E . Da3 , 2 ; C . S . Hubbell , 2 ; Miss L . K . Elder , 2 ; E . . Swasey , 2 ; A . O . Coddington , 2 ; W . K . Matt , 3 ; B . F . Bullard , 3 ; A J . Eisenmayer , 3 ; G . . Richards , 3 ; Miss Marietta Davis , 3 ; Miss •onia Cole , 3 ; Miss Arvilla Raley , 3 ; D . C . udgens , 2 . ILLINI EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 20 October 1880
The Cheyenne Sun prints the following but disclaims authorship : Why is a Zulu belle like a prophet of old ? Because she has not much on er in her own country . Chas . Smith s dining and lunch room is just the place to take your friends . I : tf Remember , you can buy in boots and shoes of I . B . Arnold , Champaign , from ten to twenty-five per cent cheaper than of any other house in the county . i : tf What is meant by the power behind the throne ? asked the teacher . The ace , replied the smart bad boy , which is greater than the king . The s . b . b . stayed in after school . PHOTOGRAPHY . —Let every new student who wants first-class work call at Naughton s , over Philadel p hia Store , Champaign . i : tf COFFEEN has anthracite , two kinds of Du Quoin , and other very cheap and good coals ; will deliver them promptly . Naughton makes a specialty of pictures for students . i : tf
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 20 October 1880
FOR THE BEST FITTING CLOTHING IN BUSINESS OR DRESS SUITS , CALL ON STERNBROTHERS. The latest styles of Soft and Stiff Hats . A great variety of the finest Furnishing Goods on hand . 33 , MAIN STREET , CHAMPAIGN . MILLINERY.I I KEEP ON HAND A FINE ASSORTMENT OF MILLINERY GOODS ; ALSO SILKS , SATINS AND VELVETS FOR ! DRESS-TRIMMINGS . : KATE COLLINS , MAIN STREET , - URBANA . | FOR A PLEASURE RIDE , call on I.I.MALLISTER. He will furnish you a first-class hack cheap enough to suit the times . Also to and from evening entertainments at the University . ESTABIiXSHEID I 3 sT ISS 7 . SCHWEIZER&amp;WOODY, 35 AND 37 , MAIN STREET , CHAMPAIGN , MERCHANT TAILORS , CLOTHIERS AND GENTS FURNISHERS . The only place in the city where you can procure a genuine govt standard uniform . FRED.BOLLMAN,I dealer in GROCERIES , QUEENSWARE GLASSWARE , ETC . First door north of Coady &amp; Regan s , CHAMPAIGN . O.F.BRITTON, DENTIST . BARRETT BLOCK , UP Si AIRS C . W . Palmer is the resident a...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 20 October 1880
^QgD^UA^^ URBANA,CHAMPAIGJ^COUNTYTILLINOIS. — t—THE STATE UNIVERSITY . COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS . LABORATORIES . THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS COMPRISE : MECHANICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL . I . The College of Agriculture . These laboratories are amply equipped with machinery and appliances II . The College of Engineering , including the Schools of Mechanical The iron and wood working machinery is almost constantly in action Engineering , of Civil and Mining Engineering , and of Architecture . driven by steam power . The engine is sixteen nominal horse-power , o III . The College of Natural Science , including the Schools of Chemis- the automatic or variable cut-off pattern . The line of iron shafting i * try , of Natural History , and of Domestic Science . seventy-two feet long . IV . The College of Literature and Science , including the schools of n „ .. . .. . , . . , . . ~ . . . ,,. »«• English and Modem Languages , and of Ancient Languages . Z 1 h . e ff ** , n . these schools is equival ent i...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880
3 TTENHEIMER &amp; CO ., THE ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS . Ve are opening this season the finest and best stock of YOUNG MENS NOBBY AND STYLISH SUITS , HATS , AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS . Call and examine our stock . 18 , Main Street , Champaign , All goods marked in plain selling figures . H . SWANNELL , DRUGGIST , DEALER IN TOILET ARTICLES , FANCY GOODS , ETC . No . i , Main Street , Champaign , PETERSON &amp; LLOYDE , 300 KS AND STATIONERY . UNIVERSITY TEXT-BOOKS . All kinds of Drawing- Paper , Instruments , Inks , Pens , c . Special prices for Sheet-music , Piano and Organ rent . SOLE AGENTS FOR AMERICAN BOOK EXCHANGE . No . 9 , Main-sty Champaign . B . A . K : : E 3 : R ,-2- . or fine Confectionery , Ice Cream or choice Fruits of all kinds , go to W . E . TAUGHT &amp; CO . [ EADQUARTERS FOR OYSTERS AND CELERY . No . 26 , Main-st , Champaign . WALKER &amp; MULLIKEN , Wholesale and retail dealers in and manufacturers of VERY VARIETY OF FURNITURE MIRRORS , ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880
M . LOWENSTERN &amp; CO ., DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING . Gentlemen s and ladies furn ishing goods a specialty . 38 and 40 , Main Street , Urbana . VITTUM BROTHERS CHINA HALL . FANCY GOODS , LAMPS , BRACKETS AND NOVELTIES . COURTEOUS AND ACCOMMODATING . ARCADE * BUILDING , CHAMPAIGN . BON TON BOOT AND SHOE STORE AND SHOP , GEORGE Gr ^ rsr 2 ^ z ^ . i &lt; r , PROPRIETOR . Fine boots and shoes for ladies and gentlemen a specialty : made after the latest designs and finished in the most elegant and durable manner . Repairing done neatly and promptly . Satisfaction guaranteed . lit street , eut die I . C . B . S ., sign big red boot , Champaign . H . C CORE , CHAMPAIGN , Dealer in Watches , Clocks , Jewelry , Gold Pens , Spectacles , Eye-glasses , etc . Watches , Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted . All goods purchased engraved free of charge . JOE E . HUNT , DEALER IN DRUGS , BOOKS , STATIONERY , WALL PAPER , AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FANCY ARTICLES . Particular att...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880
NEW YORK STORE , EICHBERG BROTHERS , Dealers in Dry-goods , Carpets , Window-shades , and Oil-cloth . Ladies and Gentlemen s Furnishing Goods . No . 80 and 32 , Main Street , Champaign . We keep the largest stock and make the lowest prices . ONE PRICE ONLY . DR . A . SHERMAN , DENTIST , CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS , No inducements will be held out by offering- low prices . A reasonable fee will be charged in all cases ; and persons favoring ; me with their confidence may rely upon my utmost exertions to perform every operation in as perfect a manner as possible . Office over Kugg s Shoe Store . STUDENTS , HO ! go to JOHN MOSS BARBER SHOP , First door north of Harmon Block , Walnut Street . for Shaving , Hair-cutting , Shampooing and Hair-dyeing . SATISFACTION GUARANTEED . 1111 3 F . DOLLINGER , TAILOR , BARRETT BLOCK , UPSTAIRS , CHAMPAIGN CEANING AND R EPAIRING DONE . Reduced rates to students . CHAS . GLOVER , BAKER &amp; CONFECTIONER . BALTIMORE OTSTERS always on hand . CLUBS SU...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880
186 3 . C . J . SABIN , 1880 . SEALER IN STANDARD FARM MACHINERY , HARD AND SOFT COAL , WOOD , SEEDS , ETC . The best quality of DuQuoin coal can always be found , and full weight guaranteed . Give him a trial , and be convinced . S . EPPSTEIN , wholesale and retail CIGARS AND TOBACCOS . FINE CIGARS AND MEERSCEAUM GOODS A SPECIALTY . MAIN STREET , CHAMPAIGN . S . DALLEN BACH has THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE JEWELRY STORE IN CHAMPAIGN . HE HAS A LARGE LINE OF WATCHES , CLOCKS , J EWELRY AND SILVERWARE . NO . 14 , MAIN STREET , CHAMPAIGN . HENRY &amp; KARIHER , THE EAST S [ DE DRUGGISTS , offer to students a full line of TOILET ARTICLES , BRUSHES , ETC ., BOOKS AND STATIONERY , LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS , AT LOW PRICES . FIRST STREET , CHAMPAIGN . BATTALION , ATTENTION ! ! When you want anything in the Jine of DRUGS , CHEMICALS , TOILET ARTICLES , POCKET BOOKS , ALBUMS , CIGARS , STATIONFRY , never — Hardl y ever ( Battalion will please groan ) — buy it till you have examined the stock at THE ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880
GREEN , THE BARBER . University Avenue , East Side , CHAMPAIGN SHAVING , SHAMPOOING AND HAIRcutting in first-class style . R EDUCED R ATES TO S TUDENTS . jm 3 FOR THE BEST BOOTS AND SHOES , goto FRED E . EUBEL 1 NG , MAIN STREET , URBANA , ILLINOIS . Special discount to students . MISS HANNAH DOWNS , MAIN STREET MILLINER &amp; DRESSMAKER , URBANA , Has a complete assortment of Millinery , Dress Trimmings , Fancy Notions . Call and examine her goods . Special rates to students . WM . ROBERTS , MERCHANT TAILOR , 4 if Neil Street , Champaign . Will keep on hand a complete assortment of choice goods , both foreign and domestic * Suits made to order on short notice , at lowest . prices . Satisfaction guaranteed . STOVES , NEW AND SECOND HAND . TINWARE , HARDWARE , GUNS , AMUNITION , PISTOLS , ETC . A good assortment , and very cheap , at HUBBARDS , URBANA . G . C . TAILOR , the FIRST-CLASS BARBER , still at work under the Doane House . TRY HIM .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 1880
- The freshmen of this year have made no delay in organizing their class . We are glad to see this kind of haste on their part . It shows that they feel an interest in each other and in their future course at the University . An enthusiastic class which is proud of its-elf is worth three or four of the listless kind for honest , energetic work . Our advice to the members of 8 4 is to think as much of themselves as they conscientiously can , and then do everything in their power to justify this opinion . These class ties which bind students together are great aids in doing school work . When all feel that it is desirable to stand well among classmates , they are more ready to put forth efforts to accomplish this end than they would be if they were each working singly with no thought of the others . We congratulate 8 4 on its pluck and evident desire to assert its individuality .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 3 November 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 , 81 , A . N . TALBOT , 81 , Literary . College . J . G . WADSWORTH , 8 a , C . W . PALMER , 82 , Local . Exchanges . J . H . MORSE , 8 i , 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 , NOVEMBER 3 , 18 S 0 .