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CREMATION . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1874
CREMATION . BTM . L . Burial is the interment of a deceased person , according to the established custom of a nation . In almost all countries the rites of sepulcher have been looked upon as so important and sacred , that those who neglected them were thought infamous . The Romans called them juste , implying an inviolable obligation which nature has laid upon the living , to perform the obsequies for the dead . It would be very interesting to trace in the history of all nations , both ancient and modern , the various modes and rites of burial . The ancients were far more particular in this respect than we , as they thought if the deceased were not interred , they would never be admitted into the Elysian fields ; but they scrupulously forbade criminals , selfmurderers , and prisoners who had suffered capital punishment these sacred privileges . Since the introduction of Christianity it has been the custom of Christian nations to bury their dead . Indeed , burning was thought of , on...
THE NOVELISTS OF AMERICA . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
THE NOVELISTS OF AMERICA . BY C . O . SC . UDDER . • Within the limits of an essay of this character we can hope to present but a few of the more prominent authors who have left their names upon the glowing record book of our national literature . We shall divide the time into three epochs , viz , The Revolutionary period . From 1 S 30 to 1850 . From 1 S 50 to the present time . In American history , novels appeared later than poems and works of travel ; even satire had flourished a long time in verse before it • assumed the form of prose burlesque narrative . There is no doubt that the stern Puritanic doctrines extant at that period were unfavorable to the development of this style of writing . It was not until after the Revolution , about 1792 , that the first noteworthy American novel was published in the Columbia Magazine . It was entitled The Foresters of America , and . was written by Jeremy Belknap . The Foresters were personifications of the leading American States and inter...
" NANCY JANE , IT HAIN'T NO USE . " [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
NANCY JANE , IT HAINT NO USE . J . N . MATTHEWS , 72 ; READ BEFORE ALUMKI 74 . Well , Nancy Jane , it haint no use tor us to fret and wonder ; Wed just as well come down a peg , and christian-like , knock under . When men of larnin gin to talk of burnin up the dead , Tis time to pull our tackle in , and let em stir ahead . It seems to me , and always did—I swow I don t know why—This age is bound to bust itself , by runnin things too high . They ve jerked the lightnin from the clouds , and chained it at their feet ; They ve knocked the devil oft * his pegs and ruined him complete ; Theyve weighed the stars and combed the tails of comets , at their ease ; And now , to cap it all , they say the moon is made of cheese . I can not tell what you may think ; but as for me , I know This world is goin all to rack , as fast as it can go . And I believe , upon my soul , if five good men could save it , To find em , we would have to turn it upside down and shave it . In makin sport of holy thin...
. METEOROLOGY AND AGRICULTURE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
. METEOROLOGY AND AGRICULTURE . BY R . A . Before man enters a country , it is covered with wild grasses and forests . Living streams of water are found in every ravine . As civilization advances the sod is plowed up and the forests cut down . The early settlers find but little trouble to get a supply of water sufficient for all purposes ; but as soon as the forests disappear the springs are exhausted and there is a general complaint of the scarcity of running water , or , if the stream is laf ge and empties into a lake , the waters of the lake diminish so that often many acres are obtained from it . Cities that have been built near lakes have been removed mute a distance from them bv rlip rprWHno- nftlicwiitcrs . v I - - J 1 , ~ ..... . The action of the present agricultural svstem on a country is twofold . ( i ) In turning the sod or breaking it up . This destroys the spongy nature of the surface , and establishes a system of surface drainage , causing an irregularity in the flow ...
THE OAKS AND THE GRAPEVINE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
THE OAKS AND THE GRAPEVINE . BY G . F . K . Long ago two acorns dropped from their parent tree into the mold on the shady bank of a beautiful river . As they sprang up they were charmed to meet each other in their new life and recognized each othe ; as twin brothers . Almost between them , sprang up the next spring a tiny w . ld grapevine and , knowing well its future needs , held out beseechingly for aid . One of the little oaks repulsed the creeping , groveling , weak thing , as he called the vine . You can never rise , said he , as he jauntily tossed his head , and I am not to remain down here to assist you . I must be the mi ghty monarch of the forest as is mv father , that stands yonder in such majesty . His brother was more kind and as the gentle winds played around him , he asked them to aid him in bending as far as he could toward the tender vine . His selfish brother chided him , and , I am sorry to say , the two little oaks , that had lived so peacefully and lovingly toget...
A REMINISCENCE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
A REMINISCENCE . BY D . M . There is something exceedingly pleasant in remembrances , and often has the solitary hour been made happy , by the recollection of events that have transpired in our early personal history . The exhumation of a long forgotten and deeply buried incident affords us as much gratification as it does to the geologist when he discovers a fossil deeply buried in the drift and alluvium of ages . Our reminiscence dates i 860 . Place , county of W , through which the ever mirrored waters of the Elkhorn wend their way to the Father of Waters . A few miles from the junction of the streams and on the banks of the Elkhorn , is situated the small neighborhood of R . The inhabitants were mostl y foreigners , and their occupation was principally that of tilling the soil . Among these there was a family consisting of husband , wife , and fourteen children , noted for their pe culiarities , peculiarities not so very striking , but enough so to render them a marked contrast ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
. J ; f . H | ^; 35 ^ r 7 rrr _~ ~~ . SfeflEg i ^ VoL . IV . . . . OCTOBER , i 874 . No . i- £ W vTsfB ILLINI, PUBLISHED AND PRINTED AT THE IllinoisIndustrialUniversity LEARNING AND LABOR . ¦ ? ¦ C O N T EN T S : CONTRIBUTIONS : PAGE . The Novelists of America , —C . O . Scudder r Nancy Jane , it Haint-no Use , —J . N . Matthews . . . . . • 4 Meteorology and Agriculture—R . A r ¦ The Oaks and The Grapevine—G . F . K . .....:.. 7 A Reminiscence—D . M . o . Heating and Ventilation—T , J . B . ..... ; .. - .. it Communication 15 ¦ THE UNIVERSITY : j . . . • Trustees Meeting ... . . ....... ... .-.. •• 16 Springfield Trip : if The Reporter , —Locals . . . . . . 19 Personals . . .. ; 23 EDITORIAL : ¦ Salutatory , —Our Press • . . ... . . , 25 TERMS— $ 1 . 00 a Year in Advance . ...-.- ¦ . &lt; * ¦ • ¦ • ¦ .. ; : ¦ i- • ALL CORRESPONDENCE SHOULD BE ADDRESSED THE ILLINI , I CHAMPAIGN , ILL . g * • . , - ¦ •¦¦ ¦ : ¦ ¦
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
WALKER BROTHERS , Wholesale and retail Dealers and Manufacturers of EVERY VARIETY OF FURNITURE Mirrors , Pictures Moldings , Builders , Moldings , Stair-Railings , &amp; c , &amp; c . ^ UNDERTAKING AND CABINET JOBS TO ORDER . 4 S Neil Street , Champaign , III . WM . BOWEN , TAILOR&amp; DRAPER, 14 MAIN STREET , CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS . Special attention given to students , uniforms . N . STERN &amp; BRO . Keep on hand the best assortment of Men s and Boy s Clothing , Furnishing Goods , Hats &amp; Caps . Lowest prices . I . I . U . suits a specialty . ] Renovating ] Renovating ! Students and others wishing to have their clothing repaired and cleaned will do well to call upon S . H . SOUDER , Prop . Champaign Renovating House . Tremont st . first door north of Sanders . THOMAS NAUGHTON PHOTOGRAPHER , Garwood s Block - Champaign , Offers extra inducements to Students . Call and see him Headquarters for 1 . 1 . Suits at E . MILLERS , No . 7 Main st ....
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
ALEXANDER SPENCE DEALER IN * Groceries , Provisions , &amp; Bakery , Corner of Main and Market Streets , URBANA - - ILLINOIS I keep constantly on hand a full line of STAPLE &amp; FANCT GROCERIES , Which . I will sell as cheep as any house in the county . Special attention to Students in the delivery of Bread , Cakes , Pies , &amp; c . at the University once a day Clubs solicited . Goods delivered free , RUGER &amp; CO . BAKERS &amp; CONFECTIONERS , No . 37 1-2 Main Street , Champaign , keep Bread , Pies and Cakes . Ice Cream , Lemonade , Soda Water , Fruits , &amp; c , in their season . USsf Oysters served in all styles . C , GLOVER , BAKER AND CONFECTIONER , s 6 Main Street , Champaign , III ., Has constantly for sale the best brand of oysters , and serves them up in every style . HENRY SWANNEL , DEALER IX DRUGS AND MEDICINES , Books , Stationery , Paints , Oils , Wall Paper , etc . Also all University text books . Main St ., Champaig...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
In daily use by the Fire Departments of the principal cities of the Union . The Government has adopted them . The leading Railways use them . Send for Their Record . 181 * 83 Washington Street , Chicago . ± . - _ h _ - _ l , -- ,, _ « . 407 Broadway , New York . Tno » a » o © ek M fg , Co . ^^^ MLSF QOOE MSB LJJMM 1 E TEUC 1 ixTiTOuiiilii THE BABCOCK ABSOLUTELY THE BEST PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE . Fill, S __A ^ SSL ^ nBiMB * vBt &gt; ^^
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
IL.tMH.SIND.USTRIALUNIVERSITY This Scientific and Polytechnic University , founded jointly by the United States and the State of Illinois , offers UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOR 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 Engineering , of Civil Engineering , of Mining Engineering , and of Architecture . III . The College of Natural Science , including the Schools of Chemistry and of Natural History . IV . The College of Literature and Science , including the schools of English and Modern Languages , and of Ancient Languages . ADMISSION : The best time for entrance is at the beginning of the College year in September , but students may enter at any time if prepared to pass the examinations Persons designing to apply for admission next September , should notice carefully the following conditions of admission and seek to b...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
by flaming hand-bills stating that a gorilla had escaped from Van Amburgh s menagerie at Dubuque . That was fact enough . His plans were laid immediately . He went straight to his box of muskrat skins and commenced making an outfit . On the morning of the second day the last stitch was made , and Tommy when circumstances permitted could represent his rude , primitive ancestor , the gorilla , quite accurately . He made his first appearance to some wood-choppers , who were made aware of the presence of some unnatural inhabitant , by the strange actions of the dog . Curiosity prompted one of the men to step a few rods into the brush to see what was the matter . He had not gone verv far before his curiosity was fully satisfied ; for there through the tangled underbrush he caught a glimpse of the animal . One glance was enough ; turning on his heels he ran madly past his companions , exclaiming , Run for your lives , the devil himself is upon us , and they did run—never stopping until th...
HEATING AND VENTILATION . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
HEATING AND VENTILATION . BY T . J . B . There is scarcely nothing connected with our physical well-being and enjoyment more important than properly heated and ventilated houses , work-shops and offices . Yet there is scarcely nothing upon which so little thought is given or investigation bestowed . iJecause the effect is sooner felt , the former has more attention than the latter . Indeed heating often consumes the whole thought and arrangements for it are made which thoroughly obstruct the only chance for ventilation which naturally existed . The Indians make their huts and tents as close and tight as possible , while their fires are kindled upon the ground in the centre , allowing the smoke to fill the abode . They imagine the smoke helps to keep them warm , and for this are willing to put up with its irritating effects upon the eyes and lungs . Is it a wonder they have swarthy complexions or that they are experts at tanning leather ? The Japanese have no chimneys save for their ...
COMMUNICATION . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
COMMUNICATION . EDITORS ILLINI : The military critic of the Times gracefully dismisses our commander on the charge of unfixed bayonets , but pitches into us poor students in a way that is child-like and bland . He accuses us of having carried our muskets on all possible slants . —Well , I ought to know how to carry my gun on a right shoulder by this time , according to the principles , forearm-horizandicular , elbow to the body , etc ., so well inculcated by several gallant captains . But for all that , my conscience is not entirely easy on the subject , nor is chum s ; and , for aught I know , I may be one of the unfortunate individuals thus recklessly criticised . Now , I have the following scientific question to propound to this learned critic : Why is it that this old or new musket of mine , which I carried so slantingly on the four mile stretch through Springfield to the Lincoln Monument , did , then and there , without any provocation on my part , grow heavier after the first ...
THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
THE UNIVERSITY . MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES . MORNING SESSION . ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL-UNIVERSITY , SEPT . STH , 1874 . The board met at 4 o clock P . M . in the New University Building . Present : Messrs . Emory Cobb , Gardner , Blackburn , Mason , Sabin , Slade , and Pickrell . Minutes of the last meeting of the Board of Trustees on June 10 th , and the minutes of the meeting of the Executive Committee on Aug . 11 , 1874 , were read and approved . The Business Agent , Prof . S . W . Shattuck , then read his report , giving statement of current and State appropriations and list of bills for audit ; also a general statement showing a prosperous condition of affairs in the Carpenter and Mechanical Departments , calling attention to repairs made and others that were still needed . The report was accepted ; the report ofE . L . Lawrence , Head Farmer , showing the financial condition of the Agricultural Department , was also accepted . The Board adjourned to meet at 8 o clock P . M . EV...
THE SPRINGFIELD TRIP . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
THE SPRINGFIELD TRIP . Thursday , October 15 th , was the time set for the dedication of theNational Monument to Abraham Lincoln at Oak Ridge Cemetery , near Springfield . The occasion was to be one of great ceremony ; President Grant , Vice President Wilson , Gens . Sherman , Sheridan , Cook , and Belknap , Colfax , and pther notables had signified their intention to take part in the exercises ; several military organizations had also agreed to be present and take positions in the procession that would march from Springfield to the Monument ; and yet , notwithstanding the whispered rumor that they would be wanted , up to Wednesday morning nothing had been said about the I . I . U . boys going . But Wednesday morning at chapel it was announced that telegrams had been received from the Governor inviting the presence of the whole University Battalion and offering them the Hall of Representatives as an armory and headquarters . The announcement was received with much pleasure by the bo...