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THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1880
THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN . IHE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN is a large , firstclass Weekly Newspaper of sixteen pages , printed in the most beautiful style , profusely illustrated with splendid engravings , representing the newest inventions and the most recent advances in the Arts and Sciences ; including new and interesting facts in Agriculture , Horticulture , the Home , Health , Medical Progress , Social Science , Natural History , Geology , Astronomy . The most valuable practical papers , bv eminent writers , in all departments of science , will be found in the Scientific American . Terms , $ 3 . 20 per year , $ 1 . 60 half year , which includes postage . Discount to agents . Single copies , ten cents . Sold by all Newsdealers . Remit by postal order to MUNN &amp; CO ., Publishers , 37 Park Row , New York . In connection with the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN , Messrs . Munn &amp; Co . are Solicitors of American and Foreign Patents , have bad 35 years experience , and now have the ...
PERSONAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1880
PERSONAL . J . T . Kenower s father visited him re- : ently . F . W . Hatch , 80 , has entered the law xmrse at Yale . Miss Rachie Wilson , 8 3 , is expected to eturn to her classes next term . Dr . H . P . Holmes , an old 81 , dropped n with his pill bag one day last week . Miss Bessie A . Oilman , 80 , teaches icar her home , Warrensburg , -Illinois . W . P . Kimble , 78 , one of our C . E . &gt; oys , is railroading on the Mexican jorder . J . H . Miller , 81 , visited Champaign riends a few days since . He is a Sheridan Iruggist . Miss Nettie Kimberlin , 79 , is spending he winter at her home in Louisiana , Missouri . Henry Drum , 82 , looked at I . I . U . friends on Thanksgiving . Texas is his intended home . Misses Augusta and Abbie Batchelder are spending the winter at their home near Harristown , Illinois . Misses Eva Bogardus and Gertrude Switzer , both of 77 , spent a few days with Chicago friends last week . Elon A . Pierce , 76 , visited the familiar scenes of I...
Senate Report . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1880
Senate Report . Senate called to order b y president Wadsworth . The first business brought before the senate was the report of the committee appointed to solicit contributions for the purpose of liquidating the government debt . The committee reported eleven dollars as the amount collected . The rules were then suspended and the following bill reported by the finance committee , read the required number ot times , and , on motion , accepted : Be it enacted by the senate of the I . 1 . U ., the faculty concurring , that the marshal receive for his services 50 per cent of all lines collected , All other acts in regard to the marshal s fee . are hereby repealed . The . rules were again suspended and a bill passed to the effect that n &lt;&gt; student is lawfull y bound to pay any fine adjudged by the college court , and that if the fine is not paid within one week after notification , the case is to be referred to the faculty .
COLLEGE DRIFT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1880
COLLEGE DRIFT . EXCHANGES . We know not to how great an extent our fellow students take notice of our exchanges . If any do take the trouble to look at them we have no doubt but that the time is enjoyably spent . College papers , aside from reflecting the characters of the institutions from which they come , have unto themselves a literature , which is by no means inferior . There are many gems , both of prose and poetry , that come to light nowhere else—and he is but a thriftless person that being told of a treasure , will not seek it . In these papers is pictured a life , different in each yet similar in all , varying as autumn leaves vary , of which the great world outside knows but little . To be acquainted with that life in all its phases , is both instructive and amusing . We get but one view of it here . The student will not find misused an hour or two each month spent in reading these . The ringing sentences of essay and editorial must needs encourage one and impel to renewe...
THE COLLEGE WORLD . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1880
THE COLLEGE WORLD . Caleb Cushing s library has fallen into the hands of Bowdoin college . Rushes between freshmen and sophomores have been forbidden at Dartmouth . The senior lecture course at Evanston opens December 17 with Theodore Tilton . The freshman class at Amherst numbers 88 , that of Cornell 112 , and Dartmouth 72 . The University of Louisiana has dismissed all of its professors , and will be entirely reorganized . Harvard turned out 700 men for the republican torch-light procession in Boston the Monday before election . At Kayan University , several learned professors are preparing to translate Shakespeare into the Tartar language . Professor S . A . Jones , of Michigan University , is writing a book entitled , Five Years in an American University . Lacrosse is coming into favor with some of our older institutions . There is a club at New York University and one at Harvard . Students at Yale are raising money for the new athletic grounds . There will be eighteen acres in ...
KNICK-KNACKS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1880
KNICK-KNACKS . Geo . R . Wendling is out with a lecture on « Tl Problem of Ages . The problem of ages women s ages— is one of long standing , and Mr . W . succeeds in solving it , generations come will rise up and call him blessed . There was a young lady named Brace , Who came Vassar college to grace ; She taught us the laws to waggle our jaws , This gifted young lady named Brace . — Vassar Miscellany From one of the Amherst Student s classic tragedies : Hast thou A dictionary in thy spacious coat : That I may seek the derivations from The lexicogric roots of all the words Thou art to use ? It was in English classics . The metaphy cians of the middle ages and their practice useless argumentation were under discussion splitters of cummin , or hair splitters they were ca ed . The professor asked , Who were these spl ters of cummin ? and the agitated soph a swered ,. They cut hairs . Prof ., Barbers , eh THE HAMMOCK . In a hammock , nealh the maples ;;; . Swung a junior and a maid , W...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1880
UNIVERSITY DIRECTORY . Fall Term , 18 S 0 . 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 . 1 st Ass ct . Justice , J . Todd . 2 » d « H . W . Bringhurst . Pros . Attorney , . J . H . Morse . LEGISLATIVE . President , J . G . Wadsworth . Vice-President , A . O . Coddington . Secretary , F . L . Hill . Asst . Secy ., W . K . Mason . SENATE . A . Boothby , 1 ; T . C . Hill , 1 ; E . Philbrick , 1 ; Miss G . F . Lewis , 1 ; J . C . Dressor , 1 ; Miss May Reed , 1 ; F . D . Rugg , 1 ; F . L . Hill , 2 ; A . E . Davis , 2 ; C . S . Hubbell , 2 ; Miss L . K . Elder , 2 ; E . H . Swasey , 2 ; A . O . Coddington , 2 ; W . K . Ma- | son , 3 ; B . F . Bullard , 3 ; A J . Eisenmayer , 3 ; G . W . Richards , 3 ; Miss Marietta Davis , 3 ; Miss Fronia Cole , 3 ; Miss Arvilla Raley , 3 ; D . C . Hudgens , 2 . ILLI...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 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 Goods on hand . 33 , MAIN STRKET , CHAMPAIGN . MILLINERY . 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 : t first-class hack cheap enough to suit the times . Also to and from evening entertainments at the University . EST-A . BaiiXSIEXEJD liT 1 S 57 . SCHWEIZER &amp; WOODY , 35 AND 37 , MAIN STRKET , 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 I GROCERIES , QUEENSWARE GLASSWARE , ETC . First door north of Coady &amp; Regains , CHAMPAIGN . ^ SCHOOL BOOKS CTA / TC DRUGS AND AND STATIONERY . fJQTJOT rp NOT...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1880
, n \ S INDUSTRIAL Ulsr tv ~ ^ U V- T - « j URBANA , CHAMPAIGN COUNTY ^ TLLINOIS — x — THE STATE UNIVERSITY . COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS LABORATORIES THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS COMPRISE : I . The College of Agriculture . II . The College of Engineering , including the Schools of Mechanical Engineering , of Civil and 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 -c f i J \ n J i i r » • .. T iffiK ^^ of Military Tact Schools ot Art and Design , and oi Military ICS- vriMTssi v T &gt; U v . i . &lt;• c i • t ti i • • r , u ii • The best time for entrance is at the beginning of the college year m SentPmbpr h .. t « t ,, dPnK miv enter it inv time if nremred to nass the beptember , but students raaj enter at any time it prepared to pass the eX The University is onen to both sexes Candidates must ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 15 December 1880
OTTENHEIMER &amp; CO ., THE ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS . Ve . ire 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 . i 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 , tc . Special prices for Sheet-music , Piano and Organ rent . SOLE AGENTS FOR AMERICAN BOOK EXCHANGE . No . g , Maifi-st , Champaign . ** ^ ^^ *— ** - •^^ I or fine Confectionery , Ice Cream or choice Fruits of all kinds , go to W . E . FAUGHT &amp; CO . [ EADQUARTERS FOR OYSTERS AND CELERY . No . 36 , Main-st , Champaign . WALKER &amp; MULLIKEN , Wholesale and retail dealers in and manufacturers of VERY VARIETY OF FURNITURE MIRRORS , PIC...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 15 December 1880
M . LOWENSTERN &amp; CO ., DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING . Gentle melts andladies \ j urn ish ing goods a specialty . 38 and 40 , Main Street , Urbana . WOODS &amp; SCOTT , BARBERS , CORNER MAIN AND RACE STREETS , URRANA . Hair-cutting-, Shampooing- and Shaving- nantly done . Spetial inducements to students . BON TON BOOT AND SHOE STORE AND SHOP , GKEO ^ CKE o- - ^ . -z - aiv 4 :- ^ . aiT , 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 . 1 st street , cut side I . C . B . B ,, lign Mg ted toot , 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 ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 15 December 1880
NEW YORK STORE , BICHBERG BROTHERS , Dealers in Dry-goods , Carpets , Window-shades , and Oil-cloth . Ladies and Gentlemen s Furnishing Goods . No . 20 and 33 , Main Street , Champaign . We keep the largest stock and make the lowest prices . ONE PRICE O . VI . V . 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 mamier as possibte . Orrlce 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 CLEANING AND REPAIRING DONE . Reduced rates to students . CHAS . GLOVER , BAKER &amp; CONFECTIONER . BALTIMORE OTSTERS always on hand . CLUB...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 15 December 1880
1863 . C. J. SABIN , 1880 . DEALER 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 BACHhas 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 SIDE 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 line of DRUGS , CHEMICALS , TOILET ARTICLES , POCKET BOOKS , ALBUMS , CIGARS , STATIONFRY , nevci — Hardl y ever ( Battalion will please groan ) — buy it till you have examined the stock at THE POST-...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 15 December 1880
GREEN , THE BARBER . University Avenue , East Side , CHAMPAIGN SHAVING , SHAMPOOING AND HAIR . cutting in first-class style . REDUCED RATES TO STUDENTS . M 13 FOR THE BEST BOOTS AND SHOES , goto FRED E . EUBELING , 15 MAIN STREET , URBANA , IIXINOIS . 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 , 41 , 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 lowestprices . Satisfaction guaranteed . STOVES , NEW AND SECOND HAND . TINWARE , HARDWARE , GUNS , AMUNI TION , PISTOLS , ETC . A good assortment , and very cheap , at HUBBARDS , URBANA . G. C. TAYLOR, the FIRST-CLASS BARBER still at work under the Doane House . TRY HIM . BOSTON MEAT MARKET , J . O . NICHOLAS . ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 15 December 1880
THE ILLINI will take a vacation of two weeks with the rest of the students . It has done its hest to fully earn this holiday , and now its workers will eat their Christmas pie with all the complacency of the immortal Horner . For has not THE ILXINI passed all its examinations with honor ? It has to retrace no steps , and so will begin the next term with a clear record . We hope that there will be many new subscribers added to our list by the begining of the new year . There are few of the students who do not eagerly seek to read THE ILLINI on its appearence . Why should they not all have copies of their own instead of becoming heartless borrowers to such a great extent ? If the paper is worth reading it is worth paying for . Think of this , reader , and if you have not already done so , seek out our business manager and subscribe .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 15 December 1880
Late decisions of the faculty have been of such a nature as to convince the incredulous that that body is as capable in every way of administering justice as is the college caurt . Those students who were not content with the light punishment inflicted upon them by the court for violations of the college laws , and who therefore later appealed to the faculty for justice , probably got more justice than they wanted . In other words , the faculty have shown that it will not hesitate to give to all persons who ask it the full benefit 01 the law , with little thought of letting them off easier than they deserve . This being the case , from now on there will be found among all the students a greater respect for the court and a willingness to abide by its decisions . We are perfectly safe in affirming that , in future , appeals from it to the faculty will be scarce . Persons on whom fines shall be assessed will have little hesitation in paying them . A suspension from the University is no...