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EDITORIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1874
EDITORIAL Edmund J. James VALEDICTORY . -- We come not to bury The Student , but to raise it , for it is not dead , only born to a higher life . We consider that The Student was a decided success -- a college paper which , if not all we could wish , was the peer of any other of its class . But wishing to make it more worthy the institution which fosters it , we transfer it to the student s Senate of the University , believing that the Faculty and students from being more intimately connected with it , will labor more earnestly for its success . We see no good reason why we , with the pecuniary assistance of friends outside , may not make a magazine of which not only the I . I . U . will be proud , but of which the State may justly boast . There is talent sufficient , and all that it requires is proper exertion . Then let the new editors have your best thoughts , in your best style , whether you are Regent , Professor , or high private in the ranks , whether recruit or veteran . And ...
OUB EXCHANOES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1874
OUB EXCHANOES . Prominent among our Western exchanges is the Qui Vive . It is always a welcome visitor . The December number is full of college news . A few of the articles are a trifle too long , but not tedious . A Subjective View of Divine Worship makes several good points against compulsory attendance at chapel and Sunday lectures . Probably as much could be said on the other side . By the way , why doesnt somebody defend the old custom ? The Beloit College Monthly has arrived , nearly filled with good things . The blank page does not look well . It is fighting manfully that relic of the rowdy , found in so many colleges , viz : stamping , clapping , cheering , &amp; c . Success to its efforts . The Dalkousie Gazette comes to us from far away Halifax , Nova Scotia . In our youthful days the threat of being sent to Halifax was sufficient to deter us from the commission of any juvenile wickedness whatever . To us at that tender age , it was located on the farthest verge of...
THE BAU-AKADEMIE AT BERLIN . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1874
THE BAU-AKADEMIE AT BERLIN . BY N . C . B . The Bau-Akademie at . Berlin is commonly , though erroneously , supposed to be purely a school of Architecture . The name , as defined by Lucas , signifies a school for the instruction of sculptors , painters and architects , and is in this case used to designate a Polytechnic school for architects and civil engineers . The location is excellent ; but a short distance south of the eastern end of the great street of Berlin , the famous Under the Lindens , with its palaces , Academies of art , University , and beautiful private buildings , and numerous memorial statues and monuments . Diagonally across the river Spree , to the northeast , at a distance of nearly a quarter of a mile , is the royal museum , containing good collections of antique statues , plaster casts of those whose originals are still in Italy , oil paintings , cameos , coins , models of buildings , and art treasures of all kinds ; the collections being especially rich in al...
Page 34 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1874
JO.E3-HUNT,-t DEALEH IN DRUGS,BOOKS,STATIONERY,AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP FA.iroirAK^IOLUS.PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO PRESCRIPTIONS , ¦ ALSO PERIODICAL.SHEETMUSIC- ¦ j ¦ AND jG-eneralKTe-wsDepot.- ! STUDENTS CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL . No20MAINST.,URBANA,ILL. i I . B . ARNOLD . 0 . P . AKNOLD . I . B . ARNOLD &amp; BRO ., ¦ Manufacturers and Dealers in BOOTS&amp;SHOES,No . 19 Main St ., Champaign , 111 . ; All styles Boots and Shoes made to order . MORGANS FERROTYPE GALLERY , Over I .-B . Arnold &amp; Bros . A Liberal Eeduction to Students . GEO . H . HAPGOOD &amp; CO ., Proprietors of NEIL ST . LIVERY STABLE , CHAMPAIGN . ILLINOIS . Omnibus and liaggage Orders , for both day and night trains , will be promptly attended toby leaving them at the Doane House . JS-FIRBT-CLABB LIVERY .-O W . C . BARRETT &amp; CO ., Dealers in BOOTSANDSHOES,No . 25 Main Street , Champaign , - - - Illinois . SAN L . OAEDNEB , U . W . CUBTIES ; C . L . BUEPBE . GA...
PROSPECTUS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1874
PROSPECTUS. THE ILLINI supersedes The Student , of which if is a continuation . From the encouraging experiences of the past in the publication of a paper at the Illinois Industrial University , and the growing necessity of a medium of communication with friends , the project has been formed of boldly attempting the establishment of a monthly journal of high merit , which shallfairly represent the University , from which it eminates , as well as the state and progress of literature , science and human industry elsewhere . In thus entering upon a broader field , it is determined that the paper shall lose nothing of its former interest as a lively , cheerful , home journal . The Student will not be forgotten , nor buried in somber , pages of scholastic avoirdupois . The aim , in part , will be to make THE ILLINI reflect the every day life of the school ; : it will bear upon its face the unmistakable evidence of its origin , and will seek the warmest and most cherished friendship of ev...
TLLIHI . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874
ILLINI . THE . Illinois Industrial University "Learning and Labor." CONTENTS . CONTRIBUTIONS -- . PAGE . Petroleum in the United States.....29 The Requirements of Scientific Education - R . W . Raymond ..... 32 A Vacation's Recreation -- No . IV ... 30 Eyes .... 38 Whitewash , Morally Considered -- M . M .. 40 The Benefits of Horticulture -- C . I . H .. ...... 41 Importance of Thermometry in Clinical Investigations .. 42 Our Industrial Population .... 44 THE UNIVERSITY Air Line Problem ....... 45 A Ramble Through the Shops ... 47 , Union Meeting -- Department of Horticulture......50 Personals.........51 Alethenai . .... ... 52 Philomathean -- Adelphic -- College Government - Etc ..53 BUBBLES--"Ough" -- Sheridan--”Etc ....... 54 EDITORIAL -- The University of Michigan -- Mathematicians Ahead 55 Our Choir -- A Reading Room -- Etc...............56 TERMS $ 1.00 a Year, in Advance. ALL CORRESPONDENCE SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO THE ILLINI, URBANA , ILL . Printed by G. W. Flynn &amp; ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874
Jo. E. HUNT IN DEALER STATIONERY lOOKS DRUGSj ASSOBTMENT OF AND A GENERAL Fancy Articles PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO PRESCRIPTIONS ALSO SHEET PERIODICAL AND MUSIC General News Depot. STUDENTS INVITED CALK CORDIALLY No MAIN URBANA TO ST ILL E. Hunt Dealer in Drugs, Books, Stationery, and a general assortment of fancy articles. particular attention paid to prescriptions also periodical, sheet music, and General news depot. students cordially invited to call No. 20 Main St. Urbana Ill. I .. B . A 11 N 0 L 1 ) . G . r . AHNOLB . I . B . ARNOLD &amp; BRO ., Manufacturers and . Dealers in BOOTS&amp;SHOES,No . 19 Main St ., Champaign , 111 . All styles Boots and Shoes made to order . W . C . BARRETT &amp; CO ., Dealers in BOOTSANDSHOES,No . 25 Main Street , Champaign , - Illinois . ( ESTABLISHED IN 1859 . ) DANIEL RUGG , DEALER IN Boots , Shoes arid Leather , SI Neil Street , Metropolitan Block . CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS . JOS. KUHN &amp; LOEB, CLOTHING &am...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874
MORGANS FERROTYPE GALLERY , Over I . B . Arnold &amp; Bros . A Liberal Reduction to Students . GEO . H . HAPGOOD &amp; CO ., Proprietors of NEIL ST . LIVERY STABLE , CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS . Omnibus and Baggage Orders , for both day and night trains , will be promptly attended to by leaving them at the Doane House . First-Class Livery Dan'l Gardner, G.W. Curtiss, C.L. Burpee Gardner, Curtiss, &amp; Burpee BANKERS , Urbana, Illinois TRANSACT any business that bankers do upon terms that safe bankers do it H . STEWART , MERCHANT TAILOR , Dealer in Piece Goods , Gents Furnishing Goods . A Good Fit Guaranteed . No . 49 Main Street , Urbana.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874
WM. SIM, UlllJANA , - - - ILLINOIS . RETAIL DEALER IN University Text- Books AND STATIONERY , Perfumery , Soaps . Combs and Brushes , Trusses , Supporters , and Shoulder Braces , Fancy and Toilet Articles , Drugs and Medicines , Chemicals , Kerosene Oil , Lamps and Chimneys , Grass and Garden Seeds , Glass . Putty . Paints, Oils , Varnishes and DyeStuffs, Patent Medicines , etc ., etc . Physicians . Prescriptions carefuliy compounded ; and all orders correctly answered . CRANE , BREED &amp; CO ., Contractors in . HEATING BUILDINGS Of every description , public and private , by STEAM , HOT WATER or HOT AIR FURXACES , And manufacturers of Abbott s Patent Safety Boilers , Patent Room Heaters , Ventilating Columns and . Registers . First Premiums at Second , Third and Fourth Cincinnati Industrial Expositions , for Best Hot Air Furnaces , anil at Fourth , 1873 , for Best Steam Heating Apparatus , and for Best Safety Boiler . . Manufacturers of IXKTIE COACHES , Of latest and most ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874
McLEAN &amp; CAMPBELL , GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS , No . 16 Kaoe Street , URBANA , - - - ILLINOIS . MORRIS LOWENSTERN , Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Staple anil Fancy DRY GOODS , Boots , Shoes , Carpets and Oil Cloths , ¦ Main Street , Urbana , 111 , WEBSTER , DAVIES &amp; CO ., Dealers in LUMBER , G-rain , Coal , &amp; c , URBANA , . - ••- ¦ - ILLINOIS . Cars Loaded on Short Notice . PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE . S . M . Titus . No . 25 East Main Street ,- URBANA , - .... ..-. ILLINOIS . J . T . PEARMAN , M , D ., Physician and Surgeon , •Metropolitan Block , CHAMPAIGN , - - - - - ILLINOIS .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874
TheIllinoisIndustrialUniversity.E ^ p 86 wi ^^ BjffjB ^^^ B ^^^^^^^^^^^ B } B BlIBf ¦ B , Jk AH Mi ! JYMII BI ^ flip * _~ L-st ! JsSsS ^^ lEi ^ EEii This Scientific and Polytechnic University , founded jointly by the United States and the State of Illinois , offers UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOE EDUCATION In the following Departments : I The College of Agriculture , including the Scnool of Agriculture and the School of Horticulture . . ¦ ¦ II . The College of Engineering , inoluding the ; Schools of Meohanical Engineering , of Civil Engineering ,, of Mining . Engineering , and of Architecture . III . The College _ of Natural Science ,, including the Sohools of Chemistry and of Natural History f IV . The College of Literature onil Science , inoluding the Schools of English and Modern Languages , and of Ancientiliriguages . : There are also a School of Commerce , and a School of Military Science . ADMISSION . ¦ •v , i ¦ The best time for entrance ir at the beginning of the College year in...
PETROLEUM IN THE UNITED STATES . * [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874
PETROLEUM IN THE UNITED STATES . * After the definition and description of the Devonian rocks the speaker passed to the part of his subject previously announced and indicated in the . above heading . The following is a partial report of this portion of the lecture . All geological systems of rocks contain petroleum in certain districts , but by far the greatest amount of the oil in the United States , is found in the Devonian , hence it may be appropriately studied in connection with that system . Petroleum is chemically called a hyro-carbon , from its composition , carbon and hydrogen . The different degrees of oxydation which it has undergone gives the different forms under which it is found . It is slowly changed into mineral pitch or asphaltum , which is solid at ordinary temperatures and probably may even pass into anthracite coal , as it is found in the quartz crystals taken from the limestone rocks of New York . The lower Silurian limestones , as has long been known , give of...
THE REQUIREMENTS OP SCIENTIFIC EDUCATION . * [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874
THE REQUIREMENTS OP SCIENTIFIC EDUCATION . * BY R . W . RAYMOND . There is danger that , in our new-born zeal for scientific education , we may sacrifice the interests of a truly liberal culture , producing , as I have said , a generation of specialists , incapable of appreciating the departments of human thought which lie outside their own , or even of rising within their own departments to broad and comprehensive views . We must not use the microscope till we spoil the eyes . We must not overstrain the investigator until he becomes less than a full man . The chemists , geologists , and engineers , must not cease to be intelligent and active citizens . It may be demonstrated that such a mistaken neglect of studies outside the range of a chosen profession cripples activity and im pairs success even in that profession . It is one result of the brotherhood of knowledge that no man , whether employed in the original investigation of Nature , or in the application of natural laws to pra...
A VACATION'S RECREATION—No . IV . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874
A VACATIONS RECREATION—No . IV . In observingfor latitude the work is done independently of other stations , but for longitude a difference is always to be found between the station in question and some other place . To obtain this difference , observations must be made at the two stations which will give the local time for each , and also some means must exist for comparing the time-pieces of . the two stations with each other . The comparison gives a certain instant , or point of time , common to both stations , to which the local times are both referred , and the difference of longitude is finally obtained . These comparisons have been made in several ways , among the most common of which are : carrying a third time-piece from one station to the other ; observing powder flashes , made in sight of both stations ; and the use of the telegraph . The latter is by far the best , not only on account of the greater precision obtained , but also because the signals may be transmitted ove...