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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874
URBANA , -. - - 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 Dye-Stuffs , Patent Medicines , etc ., etc . Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded , and all orders correctly answered . CRANE , BREED &amp; CO ., Contractors in . HEATING BUILDINGS , Of every description , public and private , by STEAM , HOT WATEB or HOT AIR FU 1 WACES , 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 , and at Fourth , 1873 , for ¦ ¦ Best Steam Heating Apparatus , and for Best Safety Boiler . Manufacturers of PINE 00-A . O ^ ES , Of latest and most ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874
McLEAN &amp; CAMPBELL , GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS , No . 16 Race Street , URBANA , - - - ILLINOIS . MORBIS LOWENSTERN , Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS , Boots ,. Shoes , Carpets and Oil Cloths , Main Street , Urbana , 111 . WEBSTER , DA VIES &amp; CO ., Dealers in HL-TTMIBEIR ., Grain , Coal , &amp; c .,, URBANA , - - ¦¦ - • ILLINOIS . Cars Loaded on Short Notice . PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE . S . KL Titus . . No . 25 East Main Street , URBANA , - . - .. . . ILLINOIS , J . T ; PEABMAN , M . D .,. Physician and Surgeon , Metropolitan Block , . CHAMPAIGN , - ... 1 ILLINOIS . B . H . HTJDDLESTON , Physician and . Surgeon , Office iu Barrett Block , N . E Cor . Main and Neil Streets , • CHAMPAIGN , - - - -ILLINOIS . Rooms No . * and 8 , Second Floor . •
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874
The Illinois Industrial University- . . - n * iEg 3 r ^ l ^^^^^^^^ BI ^^^ BjMBJ W | ¦ ¦ ! ¦ ! Ylifflm \ f Pft 4 i 44 4 ^ r- S 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 . • There are also a School of Commerce , and a School of Military Science . ADMISSION . The best time for entrance is at the beginning of the College year in September , but students may enter at ...
THE FABMERS' MOVEMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874
THE FABMERS MOVEMENT . The future historian of this country will record the farmers movement as one of the principal features of the year 1871 . At any rate its contemporaries so regard it , though with widely differing judgments of its character and probable results . Some see in it only an extension of trades-unionism or communism to the agricultural population , and are terrified at this new outburst of hostility of labor against capital . Others find in it the incipient growth of a new political party , got up to trouble the old politicians , and perhaps to oust the old office holders . ~ Others , still , are like the antediluvian sinner , whose request for a ride in the ark , after it had begun to float , having been refused , trudged on muttering , Go on with your old ark ; I guess it will hot be much of a shower after all . They believe it is a mere epidemic among the farmers , which will soon run its course and leave things pretty much as they were before the disease appeare...
OUR SCHOOLMATES AT ROME . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874
OUR SCHOOLMATES AT ROME . As a special favor , we are allowed to extract from a private letter , written by Miss Matie Gregory , a short account of some of her views of old Rome during Christmas week . My heart has been won by the old world , and were you here , I could be contented to stay for many a day , living this quiet , easy life , full of pictures , and history , and rest . America , as I look at , it from this distant standpoint , seems full of restlessness and toil ; where weary-eyed people are reaching vainly and despairingly for something better than they have known , and never grasping it . Here , people can wear old hats ; there , when Flora McFlimsy has a new bonnet , uglier and more expensive than the last , all the world must have one also . Here , a teaparty means a cup of tea , and boughten cakes ; there , it means back-ache for the hostess , head-ache for the guests . When I come home , we will have some entertainments on the European plan ; and if there are murm...
THE WINNEBAGOES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874
THE WINNEBAGOES . BY H . A . M . This tribe of Indians belongs to the widely extended family of Dakotas or Sioux , which tribes , at an early day , lived mostly west of the Mississippi . Sometime previous to the year 1650 , the Winnebagoes migrated eastward and located in what is now southeastern Wisconsin , on the western coast of Lake Michigan , where they remained until removed by the U . S . government for participating in the Minnesota massacre . Their removal for the above cause might be considered an act of injustice on the part of the government , for that portion of the tribe which were connected with this murderous affair were at that time visiting the Sioux ( who were the prime movers in this outbreak ) , and were therefore drawn or forced into the conflict , being placed in somewhat the same position that Union men were at the South during our late rebellion . Nevertheless , they were removed , or the greater portion of them , first to a reservation situated in southeast...
THE ARABIAN NIGHTS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874
THE ARABIAN NIGHTS . When I was quite young I was an omnivorous reader . I read every thing I could find , from the Bible and Pilgrim s Progress to the most frightful story I could pick up anywhere about The Black Spy , or The Lost Heiress . ( These last I had to get as I could , for they were forbidden trash . ) In many stories , I came across quotations from or references to Arabian Nights , and I was nearly crazy to get hold of the volume . Whenever I spoke about it , my mother would say , Oh , never mind ; when you are older you will probably come across it , and will understand it better . This made me all the more anxious , for she knew , as well as I , that I had no difficulty in comprehending any common language . One day , after I had learned and recited my lesson ( for once in good time ) , I roamed around the house trying to find something new to read . In desperation , I plunged my hand into a box of old books , belonging to my father , and there , in the midst of Latin ...
THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874
THE UNIVERSITY . ADDRESS BfMUNQXJ . DELIVERED BY Dr . J . M . Gregory , Regent , Illinois Industrial University , AT THE DEDICATION OF THE MAIN BUILDING , December 9 t h , 1873 . To-day this University , with its banner flung to the breeze , formally enters the new house munificently provided for it by the State . To-day , and here , in the prefence of some of the highest officers of the State , and of this assemblage of the citizens representing every section of the commonwealth , and nearly every class of its people , we are to dedicate this grand edifice for the high uses for which it has been constructed . It fits well the occasion to retrace briefly the pathway now become historic , by which the University has marched to this happy hour . History drives the baggage train of human progress , and brings forward all the spoils gathered upon the battle fields of the past . Institutions , like men and nations , grow wiser and richer by treasuring up whatever is valuable in their pas...
FOUR HUNDRED MORE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874
FOUR HUNDRED MORE . According to the last catalogue of the University there were fifty-two students taking the agricultural course . The total number of male students in attendance is three hundred and twenty-eight , so that about one-sixth of the number were especially pursuing the suggested course in agricultural studies . The same proportion will undoubtedly be true now , but besides these fifty-two , many others , nearly all in fact , are studying some of the branches put down in this course , and of these some are selecting the majority of their studies with special reference to their use upon the farm and garden . We have no fault to find in this , but are there not hundreds of young men in our State who expect to be farmers , who could and should avail themselves of the privileges here offered of benefiting themselves and of promoting the interest of their profession ?—By way of parenthesis let it be said , we like the use of the last word in the last sentence in this connect...
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY . The meeting was held on the 10 th of March in the New University Building . Present : Messrs . Blackburn , Brown , Cobb , Gardner , Pickrell , Sabin and Slade . Absent : Governor Beveridge , Messrs . Reynolds , Mason and Byrd . Scriptures were read and prayer offered by Dr . Gregory . The Board considered the question of finally accepting and paying for the heating apparatus put into the new building by Messrs . Crane , Breed &amp; Co . After investigation of the practical working of the apparatus and inspection , it was decided , that since the contractors had not finished the apparatus in time to afford a full test of its capacity , 80 percent , of the contract price only to be paid at present ; that the bond of $ 10 , 000 be retained , and the time for the full testing of the apparatus be extended to the 22 d of December , 1874 . The representative of the firm present , Mr . Abbott , accepted ...
THE CONTEST AT GALESBURG AND THE INTER-STATE CONTEST ASSOCIATION . * [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874
THE CONTEST AT GALESBURG AND THE INTER-STATE CONTEST ASSOCIATION . * The Adelphi Society , of Knox College , Galesburg , conceived the idea of having a contest in oratory between the representative men of the Iowa State University , Iowa College , Wisconsin State University , Beloit College , Illinois Industrial University , and Chicago University . Invitations were sent and accepted by all but the Wisconsin State University , whose Faculty refused , and Monmouth College was substituted . The time of the contest was fixed for the evening of the 27 th of February last . In the mean time a new idea agitated the mind of the Adelphi , and further invitations were sent to the above named institutions requesting each to send a delegation , having power to cast five votes in a convention to be held in Galesburg at 2 o clock p . M . of the 27 th , for the * Wo rogrot that want of space will not permit a fall report . purpose of forming an association having for its object the continuation o...
Page 33 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874
JO . ES . HUNT , DEALER IN DRUGS , BOOKS , STATIONERY , AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FjusrcrzARTICLES . 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 . II . ARNOLD . 0 . r . ARNOLD . 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 , ; 0 ver I . B . Arnold &amp; Bros . A Liberal-Reduction to Students . W . C . BARRETT &amp; CO ., Dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES , No . 25 Main , Street , Champaign . - - - DUnoia . GEO . H . HAPOOOD &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 . « g-FIBBT-CLASB LIVBBY .-g * ( ESTABLISHED IN 1859 . ) DANIEL ...
Page 34 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874
XVM . SX 3 VE , URBANA , - - - ILLINOIS . RKTAIL DEALEIt 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 , 0 rass and Garden Seeds , Glass . Putty , Paints ,, Oils , Varnishes and Dye-Stuffs , Patent Medicines , etc ., etc . Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded , and all orders correctly answered . CRANE , BREED &amp; CO ., . ¦ . ..-. ¦ ¦ ¦¦ Contractors in ; HEATING BUILDINGS Of every description , publio and private , by STEAM , HOT WATEK or HOT AlB FURNACES , 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 , and at Fourth , 1873 , for Best Steam Heating Apparatus , and for Best Safety Boiler Manufacturers of FINE OOAOECBS ,...
Page 34 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874
McLEAN &amp; CAMPBELL , GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS , No . 18 Raoe Street , URBANA , - - - ILLINOIS . MORRIS LOWENSTERN , Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS , Boots , Shoes , Carpets and Oil Cloths , Main , Street , Urbana , 111 . • WEBSTER / DA VIES &amp; CO ., . Dealers in X- XT M IB ES H . ; . :. • .- -. Grain , Coal , &amp; o ., URBANA , ¦• : .. : . • ¦ - - ILLINOIS . Cars Loaded on Short Notice .. . PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE . S . MJ Titus . No . 25 East Main Street , URBANA , - - . ILLINOIS J . T . PEABMAN , M , D ., Physician and Surgeon , Metropolitan Block , CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS . R . H . HUDDLESTON , Physician and Surgeon , Office in Barrett Block , N . £ Cor . Main and Neil Streets , CHAMPAIGN ILLINOIS . Rooms No . ¦&lt;&gt; and 8 , : Second Floor .