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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

THEILLINI. ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . LEARNING AND LABOR .

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LABOR . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

LABOR . BV DR . J . M . GREGORY . Morning Chatel Talk , Monday , November 23 d . I have been accustomed from year to year to speak to the students on the subject of labor . I have desired to help them to more just and noble and inspiring views of this inevitable duty and destiny of our race . At the outset I favored the adoption of the labor system here , as a part of the daily duty of every student , and it was a source of great regret to me when it was found that the University could not continue to furnish profitable employment to the increasing number of students , and was obliged to substitute the voluntary labor classes for the regular hours of daily labor for all . But it has been a matter of profound satisfaction that so many of our students continue their daily work in the shops , on the grounds , gardens , and farms , or wherever they can find employment . I honor with all my soul those young men and women who thus , by honest and hearty labor , win their own Way up to the...

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BUSINESS INTEGRITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

BUSINESS INTEGRITY . BY c . I . H . In all our great cities the lack of honesty is an alarming feature . The extent to which it has spread in the Metropolis of America , among all ranks and classes , threatens to disorganize society , as it has already affected the business circles of our country . One accustomed to a fair degree of upright dealing with our Western trades-people in the smaller towns and villages , is shocked to see on every side , in our large cities , such an array of dishonest actions . The worst is , that so many regard a swindle as a clever trick of trade , bestowing congratulations on the successful thief , and imprecations on the victim . Cases have occurred under the notice of the writer , in which business men have unblushingly told of their SHARPNESS in cheating their customers . It is true , there are state laws and city ordinances against larceny , but of what avail are they without a strong public sentiment for their enforcement ? Confidence among busine...

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CONVERSATION . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

CONVERSATION . BY M . E . S . The ability to converse well is , with the majority of people , an art rather than a gift . The objection might be brought forward that the appearance of effort would spoil the charm . It seems frivolous to urge this when we think what a trained and educated thing our life is in its every particular ; and we know that anything by constant practice will become second nature and the appearance of effort be entirel y lost in the perfection of the art . It is hardly too much to say that all the noblest achievements of man are the result of study . The inability to converse well stands in the way of usefulness , makes one s company undesirable , and often leads to morbid and depresing thoughts . On the contrary what a power the art becomes in skillful hands ! It is one of the earliest and strongest influences which shape our opinions , plans , studies , tastes and attachments . It establishes a personal relation between two indi viduals , and gives expressio...

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CRITICISM . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

CRITICISM . BY R . L . The province of criticism at the present time is very large in extent The present is a time of great achievements and grand progress ; and there is a stir in the world of ideas , the equal of which has not been seen in many years . Rationalism , socialism , Darwinism and . other problems of deep import are looming up in vast proportions and de- manding an examination . Such examination is the work of the critic and never before has- criticism in its aims arid objects comprised so much as now . Its field is the progressing world and all that it contains . From its nature , criticism has a history coextensive at least with literature and , one might almost say , with man himself . Soloman s Proverbs are in a large measure criticisms resulting from his observations and researches . Aristotle s writings are largely critical in character and Caesar s historical productions are still called his commentaries . And examples might be adduced to show that , in the onwar...

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' NICOTINE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

NICOTINE . M . A . S . Nicotine is the active principle of the common tobacco plant , and is one of the most deadly poisons known in the vegetable world . The proportion of this poison varies from two to eight per cent , in different kinds of tobacco . When extracted it is a colorless , oily liquid , and so active is its properties that a single drop will produce death in a very few moments . However , there are but two cases known of the poisoning of the human subject by this substance in its isolatd state , one in Belgium * the other in London . In the first instance it was administered to the victim in an unknown quantity and produced death within five minutes .. In the second , a very small quantity was taken which produced death almost immediately . But many experiments have been made with animals , and especially cats have been selected for this purpose on account of the tenacity with which they give up life . One dropof the alkaloid placed in the mouth of a full grown cat , p...

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AN ALLEGORY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

AN ALLEGORY . A world once lay stiff , cold and pulseless . A pallor as of death was on its features . It had not been always so . It had come into being with a rich endowment of life , and grace , and beauty . Its heart was warm and light , and full of melody . As it went on its way , it poured forth songs of celestial sweetness . It gave rich promise of future fruition , for it was in harmony with the heavens above it , and instantly responsive to every celestial touch . Now , how changed ! Fallen from its high estate , voiceless , its heart ice-cold , its beauty gone , hope all departed , it lies death-smitten . Then summer lay around it in warm embrace to woo tt back . A summer sky hung over it , and summer influences enveloped it as an atmosphere . The breath of summer lapped it round . The softest of airs played continually about it . The gentlest and divinest of all skyey influences were sent down upon it constantly . The insistent summer sun stood over it , flooding it , and...

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CHRYSOPA OCCULTA . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

CHRYSOPA OCCULTA . BY T .J .B . The figure represents the Aphis-lion , so called from the voracious habits of the larva . The mature insect A is a slender creature , with Figure g . very delicate , gauze-like wings , green body and golden eyes . It is often seen in summer time slowly flitting through the air or entangled by its large wings in the grass and leaves . It is a very type of mildness and delicacy . No one wouldjith . nk of calling it a lion . The mother however , takes the precaution of placing each egg high up on a slender stalk as shown at B , What instinct prompts this strange maneuver ? Is she afraid of thieves and robbers ? The Indians sometimes construct platforms high in air upon which to leave their dead , safe from the ravages of wolves . Are there wolves as well as lions among the insect tribes ? The secret is soon told . Watch the tiny being just hatched from the elevated egg . Its sharp , sickle-shaped jaws are mischievous looking instruments and it soon convi...

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THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

THE UNIVERSITY . INTER-COLLEGIATE ORATORICAL CONTESTAt nine o clock A . M . Nov . 19 th , we found ourselves at the Champaign depot of the I . B . & W . Railway waiting for the train which was to bear us away to the scene of the First Annual Contest of the Illinois Collegiate Association . Just before the train arrived we were joined by our youthful friend , Mr . J . Pierce . Contrary to the general opinion the train was on time , or nearly so , and we were soon speeding on our way . Nothing exciting occurred on our journey , and we reached the city in fine spirits . Proceeding immediately to the Ashley House we were met by Mr . Marquis , one of the committee of arrangements , appointed by the Wesleyan Association , who offered to conduct us to private houses for entertainment or introduce us to the manager of the hotel where we could obtain accommodations at re duced rates . We chose the latter as being better adapted for the transaction of business . Just here we wish ...

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THE ORATIONS- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

THE ORATIONS- BY J . L . P . President Edwards of Normal occupied the President s chair . The exercises were opened with prayer by Dr . Fallows of the Wesleyan University , followed by the song How Have I Loved Thee , NativeLand , sung by eight young gentlemen , students of the Wesleyan . We were not particularity struck with the harmony of the piece , owing perhaps to the fact that several of the performers were suffering from colds . The president now introduced , as the first speaker of the evening , Richard . B . Twiss , of the Chicago University . His subject which he seemed to be thoroughly master of , was , Head and Heart . He held that the great civilizing agent of the world was the Heart ; and he demanded a philosophy of life that should not cultivate the intellect to the exclusion of the sentiment . His style was more refined , perhaps than that of those who followed . Mr . Twiss favorably impressed the audience , who showed their appreciation of his effort by the hearty a...

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PERSONALS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

PERSONALS . C . E . Andrews , 77 , is at home in Maroa , Illinois Silas Trowbridge , 74 , is teaching school near Decatur . G . D . Campbell , 76 , is bookkeeping at Mount Carroll . W . B . Glass , 76 , is studying law in Ann Arbor , Michigan . John Paton , 75 , has been back again—on business , of course . J . A . Garrod , 77 , teaches school one mile south of Champaign . H . Wheeler , 77 , when last heard from was teaching school in Kankakee County . S . C . Makemson , 77 , is dressing young Slickers with a willow switch six miles north of the University . Warren Dunlap , who was here in 71 and 72 , is teaching surveying and studying medicine in Keokuk , Iowa . G . A . Wild , 75 , quits the University for three months to teach school in the uncivilized district south of Philo . Hugh De Loss Grigsby , 77 , dropped in on us recently , looking well and hearty . He is now attending the Illinois College . S . S . Shinn , one of the original thirty-three students of the University , and...

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MARRIED- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

MARRIED- HILL—DETMERS . —At Watson , Illinois , on Wednesday , Nov . 4 th , 18 74 , Mr . E . L . HILL to Miss J ENNIE DETMERS . We pass no puns , but wish Cap and Miss Jennie much pleasure and happiness . WALKLEY—SMOOTS . —Married Oct . 23 d , 1 S 74 , at the residence of the bride s parents , on East Jefferson St ., in the city of Bloomington , County of McLean , and State of Illinois , by the Rev . Samuel Fallows , D . D ., President of the Illinois Wesleyan University , Rev . ALBERT WALKLEY , the Little Senior , to Miss M . SMOOTS . The last notice is taken from the Alumni journal , published at Wesleyan College . Mr . Walkley will be remembered as a student at this University in 71 and 72 , and as being the champion for the British Lion in a debate in the Adelphic Society , as opposed to S . P . Brooks , the Little Giant , and the American Eagle . Since leaving us , Walkley has assumed the Editorial quill of the Alumni Journal , donned the Rev . and , to cap the climax , has agr...

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EXCHANGES AND COLLEGE NEWS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

EXCHANGES AND COLLEGE NEWS . College Exchanges are solicited ; especially are we desirous of exchanging with all college papers in the state . After January ist , 1875 we will have a room furnished in the University where exchanges will be kept on file and subject to the daily perusal of all subscribers . No reading student will fail to acquaint himself with the colleges of the country and avail himself of the opportunity of a more extensive knowledge of college news than can be imparted in any one journal We are always glad to see our eastern exchanges ( of which we have but few at present ) and we like them all . We are glad to see that few of the eastern college journals follow the example of the aristocratic and exclusive Magenta which has cut from its list several of its exchanges on the excuse that either from remoteness of location or from want of literary merit , they have ceased to interest its editors . The Freshmen class at Marietta numbers 23 ; Williams has 60 ; Amherst ...

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THE COLLEGE GOVERNMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

THE COLLEGE GOVERNMENT . At the last meeting of the Trustees of the University we see by the published minutes that they have appointed a committee to investigate the Students Government , with instructions to report at the next meeting . Now we do not expect to influence the committee , nor do we wish to , but as students of the University we wish to give our opinions regarding this plan of Government . It is perhaps needless to say that we love our Government , and that we feel stronger because we are called upon to decide questions of law and justice . We are compelled to think more of what is right , and can not allow ourselves to be led by sudden impulses , as the average college student . We all know that four hundred men and women are pretty hard to manage by the best of disciplinarians . Any person who has taught school a few months knows that the watching , spying system will not secure good order . It may be said that if young men will not be orderly send them home ; that ...

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THE COLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1874

THE COLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION . The Oratorical Contest at Bloomington seems to have created quite a sensation among the students of the colleges engaged in it . As a first attempt it was a grand success , both financially and intellectually , iiut we hope the succeeding contests will be marked by a more friendly spirit and a generous willingness to abide by established rules . The truth of the matter is , that about one-half of the orators went to the contest with speeches more than fifteen minutes in length . It appeared from the debate in the Association that very few exjjected the rule to be enforced . If the Association had been composed of men who were determined to carry out its rules and give fair play to all , there would have been no hard feelings after the award of prizes . As it was , the Association affirmed the rule , but refused to instruct the judges to take into the account . So the dissatisfaction which arose afterward was entirely uncalled for . No man ought to compla...

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