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THE POETIC IN MAN . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
THE POETIC IN MAN . BY C . O . SCUDDER . Graduating Oration Dlivered June , jyr The world is full of poetry . The very air Is living with its spirit ; and the w aves Dance to the music of its melodies And sparkle in its brightness . The present is an , age of prose rather than of poetry . Though more so-called poetry is written perhaps to-day than ever before , yet comparatively few living poets command the homage of the world . It is difficult indeed says some one , to send a tidal wave of song along these conjoint , mobile lines of language and of literature , spreading through every branch of the great English speaking people ; and few are doing it . Questions of science , new theories , new fictions , chase eachother more rapidly around the globe than new poems . Yet it can not be denied that throughout all the seductive practicalities of this wondrously practical age , there mingles an undercurrent , a minor chord as it were , of true poetic harmony . It has so mingled in all a...
THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
THE UNIVERSITY . LAWS OF COLLEGE GOVERNMENT . The following are the Laws of the College Government , enacted by the Senate and approved by the Regent , now in force . ( Q ) An Act to provide for impeachments . Sec . i—The President , Vice-Ptesident , and all civil officers of the College Government , shall be liable to impeachment for , and conviction of , bribery , neglect of duty , or other crimes and misdemeanors . Sec . 2—Complaints against any officer of the College Government may be preferred by any student , which charges shall be presented in writing to the Senate of said Government . The Senate shall refer the matter to a select committee , which committee shall report by recommending non-action , or presenting articles of impeachment . Sec . 3 . —The Senate when sitting for the purpose of trial for impeachment , as provided for in Art . 2 , Sec . 6 of the Constitution , shall be under affirmation . Judgment shall not extend farther than removal from office , and disqualifi...
MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES . INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY , June 8 , 1875 . The Board met at 4 : 30 P . M . Present , —Governor Beveridge , Messrs . Cobb , Blackburn , Mason , Slade , Sabin , Gilham , Gardner . Absent—Messrs , Brown , Byrd . The record of last meeting was read and approved . Messrs . Cobb and Gardner having been reappointed , the oath of office was administered by J . A . Ness , Esq . The Board took recess to hear Prof . Turner s lecture . Mr . Cobb thanked the Board for the confidence placed in him by his re-election to the office of President of the Board . The Board took a recess till 9 o clock , P . M . EVENING SESSION . The Board met at the appointed time . Full certificates of graduation were granted to the following students on recommendation of the Faculty : Laura Anderson , Champaign ; Arthur E . Barnes , Champaign ; Dillon S . Brown , Genoa ; RalphL . Brown , Marengo ; Amanda Campbell , Philo ; V . W . Coddington , Menomonee , Wis . ; Franklin P . Dobson , Mino...
MINUTES INTER-COLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
MINUTES INTER-COLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION . Owing to the negligence of the Secretary of the Association , we have been unable to obtain the report of the proceedings at Bloomington . We now print it for the benefit of the students . WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY , NOV . 20 , 1874 . The Convention was called to order in Munsellian Hall by W- W . Wharry . In absence of Sec , Mr . Wilson was appointed Secretary , pro tern . The minutes were read and approved ; after which the constitution was read in the hearing of the body . Remarks were made by the retiring chairman , and the new officers were installed . On motion a committee on credentials was appointed , consisting of Messrs . Wilson , Wharry , and Brown , who reported as follows : from Chicago University , Twiss , Bosworth and Mitchel ; from 111 . Industrial University , Mann , Shawhan and Mackay ; from North Western University , Mathews , Bristol and Martin ; from Shurtleff , Lathrop , Humphrey , and English ; from 111 . Wesleyan University , ...
PROCEEDINGS OF ALUMNI ASSOCIATION . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
PROCEEDINGS OF ALUMNI ASSOCIATION . ADELPHIC HALL , 1 . 1 . U ., June 8 , 75 . The third annual meeting of the Alumni Association was called to ; order by President Ricker . The Secretary being absent , F . L . Hatch was elected secretary pro tern . Minutes of previous meeting read and approved . Letters from absent members read and placed on file . Treasurer instructed to pay all claims against the society . A tax of one dollar was assessed against , each member , to defray necessary expenses . Foster and Hays appointed a committe to report on amendment to the Constitution in relation to annual dues . Pierce , Wharry , Wharton , Hays , and Ells appointed a committee to revise the Constitution and By-Laws , to report at the next annual meeting . Hays and Pickrell appointed a committee to present a plan for the exercises of the next annual meeting , to report June 9 . The President and Secretary were instructed to make arrangements for a meeting of the Alumni at the Centennial , at P...
COMMENCEMENT OF 1875 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
COMMENCEMENT OF 1875 has come and gone , and , we believe , has fully realized the many bright wishes entertained concerning it . The different exercises of the week previous to Commencement Day proper were largely attended and all were both pleasing and profitable . During the last week of the term all was excitement in preparing for and attending the various entertainments , and in speculating on the probability of carrying off ioo in the thorough examinations to be made . The first public exercises after the examinations on Friday , which ushered in Commencement week were the Elocution exercises by the senior members of Miss Bryant s Elocution classes . The evening s entertainment was a very pleasing and refreshing one . Among the seniors who proved themselves proficient in this much-to-be admired branch of learning were C . O . Scudder , who gave an excellent rendering of the Raven ; A . E . Barnes , who vividly portrayed the evolutions of Stiver s Horse , and that never to be f...
PERSONALS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
PERSONALS . C . P . Jeffers , 74 , is now in Boston , Mass ., and engaged in the drug business . W . C . Pollock , 75 , is staying right with the first volumes of Blackstone , in Mt . Vernon , 111 . W . B . Chandler , our lively granger , is following that noble occupation ; and our gallant military friend , W . S . Everhart , 75 , when last heard from was making himself generall useful and utilizing his military gallantry by escorting the Neoga girls on picnic excursions . J . R . Mann , alias the Silent , is recuperating in the lively little city of Gilman , preparatory to 76 , when he will be a noble Senior , and Business Agent of the ILLINI . L . F . Warner , or better , Fenn , whom we shall all miss next year , has taken the advice of the late Horace G . and Gone West , where he is to survey . J . H . Parks , who has for some time been connected with the IL - LINI , has advanced to the editorship of a democratic newspaper in Tuscola , 111 . We heartily wish him success in his e...
EDITORIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
EDITORIAL . Again we have reached the end of the year . Another volume of the ILLINI is finished . The labor of body and weariness of soul is over and with pleasure we welcome our rest . Though our labors have been lightened by the kind assistance of many students , still , when we remember the work that has been accomplished , the frequent periods of hurry and bustle , we are glad to say Let us have peace . But what changes hath one short year wrought ! When the Fall . Term opened in September , 1874 , the ILLINI possessed nothing but a few promises ; but through the indomitable energy and courage of its . Business Agent , Capt . James Faulkner , together with the moral support afforded him by the Trustees , Faculty , and students , it has now been placed upon a firm footing . By great labor Mr . Faulkner succeeded in obtaining sufficient funds to purchase a press and type to print the paper . In December the committees from the Legislature were so impressed with the work that the ...
Page 41 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
R . M . EPPSTEIN CLOTHIER &amp; MERCHANT TAILOR , ORIGINAL DESIGNER &amp; MANUFACTURER OF THE ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY UNIFORMS Made from the GENUINE WEST POINT CADET CLOTH , warranted fast color and unsurpassed for Durability . ^^ B ^^ BnRSII ^^ BraEn ^^ _ 5 w ^^^^^^^^ B ^^^^^^^^^^^^ H ^^^ H ^^^ E This building contains the Shops and Mechanical Laboratory oi the Illinois Industrial University . The Machine Shops are amply equipped with steam power , lathes , planers , drilling machines , chucks , benches , vices , &amp; c , for turning out patterns for , or making iron machinery of all kinds . These Shops are kept running , doing general job work , such as filling orders for any new machinery or apparatus , or for repairing agricultural implements , and the like . All sorts of model work , for traveling agents , U . S . Patent Office , &amp; c , are turned our with dispatch . Orders solicited . E . A . ROBINSON . Foreman . D . GARDNER &...
Page 42 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
E . V . PETERSON , Dealer in Books , stationery and musical instruments . The largest assortment of College and school text books , miscellaneous books , drafting instruments artist s materials , and stationery to be found in Champaign county . No . 9 Main street , Champaign . 111 . 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 . CHAS . SMITH . Exchange Dining Hall . Meals and oysters served at all times first class . Main st , No . 25 basement . Chas . Smith , Propr Champaign , ----- - - Illinois . WILLIAM ROBERTS , MERCHANT TAILOR Gent s Furnishing Goods . 41 Neil St ., CHAMPAIGN , ILL . YOUNG &amp; BRO FIRST CLASS LIVERY Market Street , Champaign , III . , . M . E . LAPHAM &amp; CO . Dealers in Lumber , Doors , Blinds , Sash , Lime , Cement , Brick , etc . Tardr-Cor . Market st . &amp; U...
Page 42 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
STUDENTS HOME FORMERLY WHTE HALL Unsurpassed Boarding facilities for La dies and Gentlemen . REV . A . N . PAGE , Proprietor CHAMPAIGN . - . . T . DOTY , Proprietor DOANE HOUSE Champaign , 111 . Good sample Rooms . Omnibus to I . B . &amp; W . railway . Street cars for Urbana every half hour , , H . C . HOWARD Physician and Surgeon , Office : - - Metropolitan Block CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS , . . D . A . CHEEVER , M . D . ( Homceopathist , ) Office and residence cor Park &amp; State st Champaign , Illinois . Office hrs , 7 tog a m , i 2 to 2 pm , 5 to 7 pm R . H . HUDDLESTON , PHYSICIANS SURGEON , Office in Barrett Block , N E corner Main and Neil streets , Champaign , - - Illinois . Rooms number 6 and 8 second floor . H . D . STOLTEY &amp; CO ., Manufacturers and Dealers in BOOTS &amp; SHOES . University Ave , East Side CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS Fine Boots a specialty Repairing done GEO . ELY , CARRIAGE BUILDER Cor . Walnut st . and University Av CHAMPAGIN . I...
Page 43 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
A . H . ANDREWS &amp; CO LARGEST MANUFACTURERS IN THE COUNTRY OF SCHOOL , CHURCH , HALL AND OFFICE FURNITURE OUTLINE MAPS , CHARTS , GLOBES , SCHOOL AND COLLEGE . APPARATUS OF ALL KINDS . B § ifSend for Illustrated Catalogue to this address : A . H . ANDREWS &amp; CO ., 213 Wabash Avenue , CHICAGO , ILL . E . V . HAUGHWOUT &amp; CO ., 25 Park Place , New Tork , Dealers in the UNIVERSAL PRINTING MACHINE Manufactured by the Colts Fire Arms Manufacturing Company , of Hartford Connecticut . side chase , $ 250 ; Boxing $ 6 Ink Fountains for either size $ 25 ; Steam Fixtures $ 15 . With each press are included 3 chases , 1 roller mould , 2 sets of roller stocks wrenches and treadle . All farts are made interchangeable , so that duplicate parts can be made to order .
Page 44 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
NEW HOTEL . THURMAN HOUSE D . F . THURMAN , Proprietor . C / RBANA , .... ILL . . LOCKE &amp; SAXTON , DEALERS IN Paper and Paper Stock , Whatman s Drawing Paper , . Stationary in all the latest styles at Bottom prices . D . GARDNER G . W . CURTISS , C . P . BURPEE GARDNER , CURTISS &amp; BURPEE , BANKERS , URBANA , - - ILLINOIS . TRANSACT A MV BUSINESS THAT AIN 1 BANKERS DO , UPON A \ TV TERMS THAT A IN I SAFE BANKERS DO IT LOUIS WAGNER , DEALER IN FURNITURE Undertaking promptly attended to OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE , URBANA , ILLINOIS . Pure Drugs , Toilet Goods , Best Cigars in the City at DATS NEW EAST SIDE DRUGSTORE , gz East University Avenue , CHAMPAIGN , - ILLINOIS R . M . Walker will repair jewelry , watches , and all things relating to the trade , sewing machines , etc . Satisfaction guaranteed . Room No . 8 Old University Shop . C . C . Smith , Dentist ; front room over First National Bank . All necessary operations on the teeth of students performed for 33 J ^...
Page 44 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
STEWART &amp; BENFORD The Clothiers and Hatters . Gents Furnishing Goods . 23 MAIN ST ., URBANA , ILL , . THOMAS NAUGHTON PHOTOGRAPHER Garwoods Block - Champaign Offers extra inducements to students Call and see him , , . BURNHAM , CONDIT &amp; CO BAN KERS Champaign , Illinois . . S . BERNSTEIN 41 Main Street , Champaign , 111 . keeps a full stock of gent s clothing and furnishing goods constantly on hand . Best goods at lowest prices . Fair dealing distinguishes him . WEBSTER , DAVIES &amp; CO . Dealers in LUMBER , GRAIN , COAL , &amp; c , &amp; c . URBANA , ILL . Cars loaded on short notice .
Page 45 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1875
- ^ -i-f-fht- , /** . &amp; -v &amp;\ $ A *}/* r i # z : A &gt;&lt; f . j-y-y-sr ^ K ; . f WALKER BROTHER ^ v ¦ * Wholesale and retail Dealers and ¦ I - . Manufacturers of - / EVERY VARIETY OF FURNITURE ! Mirrors , Pictures Moldings , Builders Moldings , Stair-Railings , &amp; c ., &amp; c . UNDERTAKING —AND—- , GA BINET JOBS to ORDER 45 Neil Street , Champaign , III WM . BOWEN , , TAILOR &amp; 4 $ DRAPER , , 14 MAIN STREET , , CHAMPAIGN , ^ ILLINOIS , A . M . COFFEEN , I Dealer in Blank Books , School Sup- . - • plies , Sheet Music , Pictures , Frames , , Fancy Goods , Musical Instruments , &amp; c . . ., All goods at lowest prices . * , i - i , No . 30 Main St ., Champaign . * » - £ * ^ &gt; N , STERN &amp; BRO / &lt; v Keep on hand the best assortment of j &gt; Men s and Boy * Clothing , Furnishing Goods , Hats &amp; Caps . -Lowest prices . y » 1 7 ; I . I . *~ U . suits a spec...