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THE REPORTER . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
THE REPORTER . Quite a sensation was created at the beginning of this college term by the appearance upon the uncertain field of college journalism of the Reporter , a tri-weekly sheet published four times during the campaign , by a stock company of twenty-five , and issued for the avowed purpose of awakening more completely in the minds of students the value of having a press at the University , and to show what the students could do towards printing a paper when they had the opportunity . W . S . Chase , Managing Editor ; J . J . Crawley , Political Editor ; and H . F . Baker and J . H . Parks , Local Editors , composed the Editorial staff- —enough as to numbers to run a metropolitan daily . The entire mechanical work was done by students Mann , Chase , Baker , and Parks , they renting the use of the Champaign Union type and press . It was strictly a campaign sheet , and gave its undivided support to the Reporter ticket , and , in the end had the satisfaction . of seeing twenty-tw...
PERSONALS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
PERSONALS . Time is Lee-ward . Hail Columbia ! Happy Mann ! E . G . Walker , 72 . is at Monroe City , Mo . Miss Lucy Gregory is teaching music in Rochelle . J . P . Campbell , 74 , is a pedagogue in St . Clair Co . A . L . Hennessy , 73 , is clerking in a clothing store out in Kansas . Capt . W . W . Wharry and Mr . J . L . Pierce each have a V for the ILLINI . J . H . Bowers , 74 , is teaching school at Fairmount , Vermillion county , 111 . Miss Ella Anderson is very sick , arid consequently is absent from school this term . Mr . H . Hauser is teaching in St . Clair Co . Sends a list of subscribers . Good ! James E . Low , 76 , is disseminating knowledge in his native city . Jimmie always was practical . Earnest Bacon , 77 , is teaching . We are sorry he did not take an air ( Ayer ) line back this fall . E . A . Allen , 75 , swings the rod in the high school at Amboy , holding second in a corps of nine teachers . Louis Stanton , 75 , has given up Civil Engineering and is now studyi...
BUBBLES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
BUBBLES . Prosecuting Eternity is the new word for Prosecuting Attorney . Governmental Chuck-hole is the new name for the Senatorial archives . When a train goes like thunder must we call it a lightning express ? Ask the class in Metaphysics . Looking at the ellipse through a transom is the way a Junior got Looking at the eclipse through a transit . • DIED . —On the 17 th of September 1874 , ( exact | hour of the day unknown , as the signs of life were so feeble for three months previous that riot a single member of the class of 75 could detect the said sign ) Senior Sycamore , the pride of the class of 74 . The funeral will take place at his late residence near the New University as soon as the family can be heard from . The class of 75 will act as pall-bearers . All friends of the deceased are coi-diall y invited to be present . Twas sad indeed to see this promising (?) youth left to die alone , not one of the relatives being present when he expired . But thus , one by one , the c...
SALUTATORY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
SALUTATORY . Here we are at last . After so long a vacation we are glad to meet our old friends again .. We hope you enjoyed your rest as much as we did ; , but now we have come back into our old places , with our editorial vacancies all filled , we shall . go to work right merrily . At the beginning of this year THE ILLINI does not appear in a new style of dress as has been customary heretofore , yet we flatter ourselves that we have done something better than to make a mere change in external appearance . Although this remains the same , we have cut , fit , and made the dress ourselves . Is not that a long step in advance of anything we have done before ? Just think of it ! Give us your hand and rejoice with us . THE ILLINI , published and printed at THE ILLINI OFFICE , located in the northwest tower , of the Mechanical Building of the Illinois Industrial University ! Yes , our own students now do all the work on the paper and receive the money which formerly went into the pockets...
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 Revolution-. .. ary period . From 1830 to 1850 . From 18 5010 the present time . In American history , novels appeared later than poems and ¦ works : of travel ; even satire had flourished a long time in verse beforeit 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 ...
Page 32 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-Rulings , &amp; c , &amp; c . ^ UNDERTAKING —AND—CABINET JOBS TO ORDER . 45 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 . 1 . 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 . SGUDER , 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...
Page 32 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; FANCYGROCERIES , 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 . | jg ^~ Oysters served in all styles . G , GLOVER , BAKER AND CONFECTIONER , 26 Main Street , Champaign , III ., Has constantly for sale the best brand of oysters , and serves them up in every style . HENRY SWANNEL , DEALER IN DRUGS AND MEDICINES , Books , Stationery , Paints , Oils , Wall Paper , etc . Also all University text books . Main St ., Champ...
Page 33 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1874
As a matter of interest to . all friends of THE ILLINI , both in the University and elsewhere ; we think it well to give a short statement of the manner in which our new press was obtained . At the close of the last school year the Senate appointed a new executive committee to publish the first number of THE ILLINI at the opening of the present school year . Mr . James Faulkner Was made chairman of that committee , and as he remained at the University during the vacatiohj a great part of the work necessarily devolved upon him . On calculating the cost for the current year , he Was startled by its magnitude . He thought students ought to receive the benefit of this money and consulted various persons on the feasibility of buying a press . He received little encouragement , but , with his characteristic , energy , he boldly declared We will have a press . He prepared and presented to the Trustees at their meeting in September an address setting forth the claims and needs of the paper ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 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 . 45 Netl Street , Champaign , /// t WM . BQWEN , TAILOR&amp; DRAPER, 14 MAIN STREET , CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS . Special attention given to students , uniforms . N . STERN &amp; BRO . Keep ort hand the best assortment of Men s and Boy s Clothing , Furnishing Good * , Hate &amp; Caps Lowest prices . I . I . U . suits a specialty . ) Renovating Renovating ! r Students and other * writhing to have their clothing repaired and cleaned will do well to call-upon S H 50 UDER , Proji Champaign Renoyajattg floated Tremont st , first doorJwrtho / SjMJdejpu , ¦ ¦ it ¦ THOMAS Mmm « PHOTOG ^ mi ^ v , * , pM ^ is ^^^ siaj ^^ W !!^ + &gt; * ¦ «¦ - ¦¦ viyjft ija ^ uuMHMiiKrv i y * « - * &gt; XGvdbttUifiBWJlBlHbHKHHHSa ^ ra » _ N fix...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874
f i _ ¦* * * f J • &gt; ALEXANDER SPENCE , D « Atfea IN Groceries , Provisions , A Bakery , Corner of Main and Market Streets , URBANA . . ILLINOIS I keep constantly on hand a full line of STAPLE SPANC ? GROCERIES * Which J will -sell as cheap as any house in the county Special attention to Students m the de livery Of Bread , Cakes , Plea , &amp; c at the University once a day Clubs solicited Ootids 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 EgrOysters served m all styles C , GLOVER , BAKER AND CONFECTIONER t 6 Mtnn Street , Ckamfatgn , III , Has constantly for sale the best brand of oysters , and serves them up in ever * style HENRY SWANNEL , DtfAtRK IN DRUGS AND MEDICINES , Books , Stationery , Paints , Oils , Wall Paper , etc Also all Urn * . venuty text books Mam St , Champaig * , Illinois . ¦...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874
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