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" DOWN IN DIXIE . " [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1876
DOWN IN DIXIE . F . L . W . Off for the land of niggers , cotton , and flowers ! The rumble of wheels commingled with the hiss of steam , bespoke the departure of the excursionists . Midnight with its shaken clouds curtained the sleeping city , to be seen no more for days , perhaps forever , in fact within two weeks . Long weeks ! During that night the train crawled , glow-worm like , over the prairies , on into the day , rolling over the southern plains of our native state . Cairo , the city of mud , was arrived at toward noon . The levee is still there , but less busy than hi times past , less filled with the bustle of trade . The transfer ferries have made sad havoc with the business of the town , cars being now stemboated across the river . A word expresses the sentiments of the traveler . Homesick . The Ohio crossed , again whirling on through forest glades , over yellow streams , past Old Fort Jefferson , the freighted cars dash into Frost . Nashville is reached after a night ...
THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1876
THE UNIVERSITY . THE INTER-STATE CONTEST - Quite a number of our students betook themselves to Chicago on the 4 thinst . to attend the annual oratorical contest of the North-West-ern Inter-State Association . The 1 . 1 . U . felt a more than usual interest in this contest inasmuch as the orator of III . also represented this Univeisity . More than this , those who were able , and not burdened with conscientious scruples , were willing to bet that our man would bring us a gold medal . Indeed we all indulged in delusive phantoms and mildly staked what Ittle luxuries were at our command upon the happy result of the contest . But how futile are all man s speculations ! There were just five other states whose anticipations equaled ours . And what is worse for us , in the opinion of two of the judges at least , two of these states had better reason for their hope . Now it would not be becoming in us to express an opinion as to what ought to have been , which would contradict that of the h...
AROUND THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1876
AROUND THE UNIVERSITY . Lively times at the II . LINI office , Commencement quickly approaching . Junior exhibition Saturday evening , Juna 3 d . The girls are talking of organizing a base ball club . And wh y not ? Th *; campus has now the ippearance of an immense Field of the Cloth of Gold . It is its anual robe of dandelions which gives it this gorgeous appearance . We are not certain whether the girls decided to send their bulletin board or not , but we would advise them , in either case , to reconsider the matter , —just to keep up the interest . Evidentl y many of our students have heard this admonition of an an old college teacher , which they will do well to heed . If you expectorate on the floor you cant expect to rate very high in society . That beautiful case of birds placed on , exhibition by Mr . Wild as advertisement would be sufficient to convince the most sceptical that he is complete master of his art , and fully capable to instruct others therein . Dialogue near th...
EXCHANGE NOTES AND REVIEWS- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1876
EXCHANGE NOTES AND REVIEWS- Dalhousie Gazette ! Art thou yet alive ? Who would mourn should the Archangel bite the dust ? The Niagara Index . What are the seven dullest things on earth ? Five dollars reward to the Exchange which will answer that question . The Veterinarian . Illinois shines among the Kanucks . Good boy ! It gives us much p leasure to find in the pages of a foreign paper , mention , honorable mention , of our old class-mate , C . C . Lyford . At the Montreal Veterinary College Mr . Ly ford receives fourth in Botany , second in Chemistry , and first prize in written examinations , according to the Veterinarian . Messrs . McLaughlin and Ly ford were specially complimented by the examiners on the high percentage of marks they attained ; the former in chemistry and p hysiology , the latter in chemistry—not having been examined in physiology . All the boys who knew Mr . Ly ford remember him as a quiet , steady fellow , and their best wishes follow him . The Illinois Schoo...
CLIPPINGS- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1876
CLIPPINGS- As a Fresh and his girl were walking down town the other day , they saw a horse slip and fall down in the street . The young lady threw up her hands and uttered the following little tender , dolorous cry : Oh ! murder , that horse has fainted !—Ex . In a recitation a little ingenuity and power to read expression are worth hours of study . For example , the student answers a question by saying , I believe it is , then pauses , examines the symptoms of the Professors countenance , and adds a not or leaves it off , according to indications . —Ex . Yale has furnished to 116 of the leading institutions of the country 447 Presidents and Professors , being an average . of nearly four officers to each of those institutions . — Courant . Fresh—( who has wandered into the basement shop and discovers what he takes to be an infernal machine , but which the janitor declare ? to be a gasometer ); I gol , I don t see how they can get ten thousand feet of gas into that ere box !—Univ . H...
wmiT-Q > miJkJk * [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1876
wmiT-Q &gt; miJkJk * The American people are beginning to take an enthusiastic interest in the fine arts . Here-to-fore they have been a severely practical people , earnestly engaged in developing the principles of representative government , in promoting material industries and the consequent increase or wealth , and have devoted but very little time and strength to the nourishment of msthctical tendencies . National prosperity and industrial activity continuing through main years have resulted in the accumulation of wealth , have made an oppulent people . This is necessarily affording more time and opportunity for the cultivation of higher and more spiritual forms of thought , purpose and industry , than those embodied in purely practical pursuits and organizations . Two or three decades ago it was a rare thing for an unofficial American to go abroad . As it is now thousands go every year , and this simply for purposes of culture , for intellectual and aesthetical gratific...
Page 33 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1876
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Page 34 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1876
1 Groceries , Provisions ^ -Bakery , Corner of Main and Market Streets , / URBANA - - ILLINOIS . / I keep constantly on hand a full line of STAPLE &amp; FANCY GROCERIES , Which I will sell as cheap 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 . CHAS . SMITH . Exchagnge Dinin Hall . Meals and oysters served at all times first class . Main St ., No . 25 basement . Chas . Smith , Prop r Champaign , Illinois . H . C . HOWARD , Physician and Surgeon , Office : - - Metropolitan Block . CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS . . A ^^ HHfclflS ^*^^ i ; l . v . Ji :. i . BJBJB ^ iB ^ B ^ B ^^^^ H ^ KkMMf 1 This building contains the Shops and Mechanical Laboratory of 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 ...
Page 34 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1876
^ D 0 LLINGIR 7 -r # TLUtt . OVER E . MILLERS STORE . No 7 Main St . Champaign , Illinois . STUDENTS ATTENTION !! Go spread the glad news on the College ground That the cheapest place at last is found . Good Commercial note paper , toe per . qr Best m . de » 15 c Best Drawing Pencils 4 fr sjc o Bristol Board 6 s $ c I Other goods in sdtne proportion , AT LOCKE A SAXTONS . F . SWE 1 ZER , Clothier and Merchant ailor , Arcade , Ho . 40 Main Street . I . I . U . Uniforms a Specialty . Champaign , III . D . A . CHEEVER , M . D . ( Homoeopathic , ) Office and residence cor Park &amp; State st . Champaign , Illinois . Officehrs , 7 tt &gt; 9 am , i 2 to 2 pm , sto 7 pm
A WALK IN THE WOODS- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 May 1876
A WALK IN THE WOODS- N . B . C . My dear schoolmates , have you ever strolled through a quiet wood on a bright and beautiful summer day , when the old Sun was enchanting all nature to joy and gladness by a flood of her life giving rays ? If you have , then let me lead you in fancy through a pleasant scene which I shall attempt to picture to you . Tis a lovely afternoon in the month of May . All nature has just been refreshed by a pleasant shower . I have yielded to the desire to enjoy a quiet walk , and have strolled leisurely into a delightful wood . A lazy breeze is rustling the leaves overhead , causing their shadows to play fantastic pantomimes with the sun s rays on the green carpeting beneath my feet . As I stroll along , I forget all the cares and troubles connected with the world of air , and enjoy a quiet revelry with nature . Everything about feels full of joy and gladness . The brook by which I walk is filled with sweetly murmuring spirits , laughing and singing in innoce...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
, f y ¦¦ _ .: • _ r . : : - ¦ - .. ¦• ¦ _ P ^ VOL . V . JUNE 1876 . No . 9 . KH . , • ¦ ¦•¦ : SCIIIEI -. ,-. ILIvI^I, , PUBUSHE ^ ANp % RI * tTE 0 AT TtiE : Illinois Indusliial iyfeiyersity ^ LEAMmm mp iiABOR : CONTENTS : V CONTRIBUTIONS : Recollections . .... .... .... .... .... i .. . . . ¦ 228 Not Yet , More Beyond . — M . G . H . .... ..... 234 Culture The Basis Of The Republic . — -F . L . W . .... 236 Old College Customs . —M . C . J . .... .... .... - 242 THE UNIVERSITY : Trustee s Meeting . — ... * . ... 244 Education At TheCentennial . — V . W . C ..... .... 248 Minutes Of Alumni Meeting . .... .... .... . ... 250 Around The University , v .... ..... .... 251 Married . \ ... .... .... .... .... .... 259 Personals . .... .... .... .... .... 260 EDITORIAL . .... .... ; ... ..... .... .... 261 ; Financial Condition Of The ILLINI . 263 TERMS— $ 1 . 25 a Year in Advance . » • AM . C OKMSPONDINCB SHOUID BI ADDXESIED THB ULIKI , , I CHAMPAIGN , ILL . | } - K
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
CLOUGH&amp;WARRENORGANCO.S ( THE SIMMONS * CLOUGH OftCAN CO ., ) iav 4 CE » E ? , 0 VBD ¦€&amp;BIWBT®m63iMg: - - AND r- ;| §i!iii:§«niinii«iJipi^I FITTED WITH THE NEWLY INVENTED SCRIBNERS PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES . An invention having a most important bearing on the future reputation of Reed Instruments by means ot which the qu . ility or volume of tone is very largely increased , and the quality of tone rendered &lt; $ xpxtsl *** iff ** * y £ *!?* lUsst $ } £ pie # r $ * ro « OF THE SAME CAPACITY . Onr celebr ? icd Vox Celeste , . Vox Humana , Wilcox . Patent . l ;; Octave Coupler , the charmine Cello or ICarionet Stops , Gems Horn , Cremonia , Vox Aneelet , Viola Etheria . and . &lt; , , ALL THE LATE IMPKOTEIIEKTB Can be obtained only in these Organs . Fifty d . ££ 3 xesa . t Series , For t 3 a . e OPaxlor and . -Kb . © OSau-CLXclv , 1 Ta . e Best 2 « £ a . texial a , aa . d ¦^ T ortaaaaxxsliAp , Q-aa 01 t 3 raM . d . Vol-vajaae of Ton . eCTaa . efe-...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
? ALEXANDER SiPENfcE , 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; FANCY GROCERIES , Which I will sell as cheap 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 . CHAS . SMITH . Exchange Dining Hall . Meals and oysters served at all times first class . Main St ., No . 25 basement . Chas . Smith , Propr Champaign , - Illinois . H . . C . HOWARD , Ph ysician and Surgeon , Office : - - Metropolitan Block . CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS . A SlttllE * C ^^^^ ^***^^ B ^ B NMHNNNNNNN M ^ NBNNNNNNNB ^^ n ^ fifflJifiJSfr ¦ SHU S ^^ Hffij ^ E *^ * ^^^^ ^^ JS r ^* ^» . ^^^^^^^ B ^ N ^^ SSS ^^^^ MJ ^ SBiBUBiS ^ fS ^ pBft „ This building contains the Shops and Mechanical Laboratory of the Illinois Industrial University . The Machine Sh...