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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
F . DOLLINGER , TAILOR. OVER E . MILLERS STOKE . 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 faper , 10 c per qf Best m de jjc Best Draiming Pencils $ fr 25 c o Bristol Board 6 3 jc Other goods in same proportion , AT LOCKE A SAXTOWS . F . SWEIZElt , Clothier and Merchant Tailor , Arcade , No . 40 Slain Street . I . I . U . Uniforms a Specialty . CJtampaig-ii , III . D . A . CHEEVER , M . D . ( Homoeopathist , ) Office and residence cor Park &amp; State st . Champaign , Illinois . Office hrs , 7 * 0 9 a m , i 2 to 2 p m , 5 to 7 p m .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
ptato^ritatftM^ltsti^i|« MM MM ^ WB ^^^^^^^^^ B ^ B ^^^^ BI ^^ JBU e » . ^ a o *^ iM S SJMHU = ^ JP ^ - ¦ ¦ ¦ rr ~ Jjgjg 3 E ^^ BBB ^^ 8 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 andjthe School , of Horticulture . •&lt; £ ?• * 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 . i ADMISSION : The best time for entrance is at the beginning of the College year in September but students may enter at any time if prepared to pass the examinations ...
RECOLLECTIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
RECOLLECTIONS . ( Continued from May . ) In the beginning was the Word , and the Word was with Dr . E . B . F ., who chronicled herself at hotels and places , as of the 1 . 1 . U ., and we , knowing that the greatness of life is made up of small things , inventoried ourselves and baggage among these with the feeling that , let her thoughts soar and roam as they might , we could safely sleep and dream perchance , a fitting interlude to Heidelberg . But a change came over the spirit of our intentions . Our aerial knights assumed the shape of bread , and our fairy dames , rolls of butter ; a very ac ceptable exchange we found on awakening at Basle . Limited to a few hours here , we had only time to note a few things , some good buildings , among these our hotel , The Three Kings , to write and post letters , learn that the inhabitants number 40 , 000 , that the town is built on the banks of the Rhine , and has one of the oldest bridges in the world , which we crossed and recrossed ; on...
NOT YET , MORE BEYOND . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
NOT YET , MORE BEYOND . BY MATTIE G . HOLTON . Prepared for Commencement . The most interesting period of our college course has arrived . Visions of this hour formed no small portion of the bright day dreams of our childhood ; it cheered us through the years preparatory to entering the University . It is a time to which we have all looked forward during the four years that have just passed , often wished for , and at the same time , dreaded . All through the morning of our career up to its meridian , the afternoon was anticipated with feelings of pleasure ; and after ths meridian was passed , the evening with its radiant sunset was still looked forward to as a glad moment . But our growth must not end here ; we must rise higher ; there is still more beyond . The time spent at the University has been but preparatory to our entrance into active life . We must not sit idl y down wtth folded hands , feeling that our work is accomplished , that our education is finished . We must go on ...
CULTURE THE BASIS OF THE REPUBLIC . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
CULTURE THE BASIS OF THE REPUBLIC . BY F . L . w . Contest Oration . Ladies and Gentlemen : —The stars which rise and set while we are met together in this happy circumstance , look down upon our nation just merged into its Centennial year . Its annals are luminous with achievements , its people buoyant in hope ; yet on the social horizon are clouds . Progress marks the spirit of the Republic . Every era in the national history , every department of action , every issue in thought , reveals liberal evolution . The departure has thus far triumphed , yet grave are the apprehensions entertained of the future . Sincere , intelligent men of all countries follow every pulsation of national life to catch the first clear notes of decay , cast the statesman eye upon this first great democracy possessing an organic constitution , with the pregnant inquiry : Will the western world afford a permanent foothold to a democratic and christian civilization ? This is the leading problem of science wh...
OLD COLLEGE CUSTOMS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
OLD COLLEGE CUSTOMS . BY M . C . J . To a student in one of the Fresh Water Colleges , some of the customs prevalent at the older institutions of the Eastern states , and still practiced to some extent , may be of interest ; though they may seem to us as relics of baroarism . A custom very common , was that of burning or burying the textbook used by a class , as soon as the study was completed . This was practiced more frequently , when the study was considered more than usually difficult . The Burial of Euclid is a ceremony formerly practiced at many colleges . At Yale College the Sophomore Class buried Euclid the first term of the year . In this ceremony a copy of the book is taken , and a hole is made through it with a hot poker , and then the whole class is drawn up in a line , that all may once at least see through it . Then they march over it , each one stepping upon it , that he may say that he has gone over it . After some speeches the body is borne to the grave . A tew piec...
THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
THE UNIVERSITY . TRUSTEES MEETING . JUNE 6 th , 1876 . Board assembled in the University parlors at 4 p . M . ; President Cobb in the chair . Present : Messrs . Brown , Cobb , Flagg , Gardner , Gilham , Pickrell and Sabin . Absent : Gov . Beveridge , Messrs . Blackburn , Byrd and Mason . After reading of minutes , report of business affairs , and auditing of bills , the Regent , Dr . J . M . Gregory , presented his report . REGENT S REPORT . To THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE ILL . IND . UNIVERSITY : —Gentlemen : The work of another academic year in the University is closed . Instruction has been given during the year to 3 S 6 students . The numbers in the several colleges and unattached schools were as follows : College of Agriculture , 45 . College of Engineers , 72 . College of Natural Science , 34 . College of Literature and Art , 193 . School of Domestic Science , 6 . School of Commerce , 24 . School of Military Science , 65 . Elective , 5 . It will be observed that in some cases ...
EDUCATION AT THE CENTENNIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
EDUCATION AT THE CENTENNIAL . Before beginning this matter it might be well to pronounce a left-handed encomium upon those authorities whose duty it has been to locate space for the educational exhibit of the several states . The selection shows , evidently , either ignorance as to the importance of the intended exhibit or culpable neglect of its interest . Upon the south and east end of the main exhibition building the careful observer may detect a row of galleries , occupying in all a space about 450 feet long by 18 feet wide . By a still closer observation he will see upon each side of the main entrances a small flight of winding stairs which , climbing blindly for the distance of forty feet , will enable one to reach the galleries . Within this small area , so illy convenient to visitors , is crowded the entire educational representation of the several states , with the exception of Pennsylvania , who in indignant wisdom has erected a separate building , exclusively for her own ...
MINUTES OF ALUMNI MEETING . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
MINUTES OF ALUMNI MEETING . ADELPHIC SOCIETY HALL , JUNE 6 th , 1 876 The following members answered to roll-call : Hays , Swartz , Smith , Baker , Ricker , Wharton , Watson Pickrell , Barnes , H . Dunlap , Patch , R . L . Brown , Everhart and Scovell . Minutes of previous meeting read and approved . Report of Class Secretaries read and placed on file . Committee on meeting at Centennial reported that a register would be kept in the Ills . Industrial University Department , in which each member of the Association visiting Philadel phia is requested to leave his name , address and destination . The committee on the Annual Meeting for 76 made an extended report of progress , but on account of much unfinished business requested more time for a final report . Granted . It was moved and carried that the Association fully approve of the action of the committee , and hereby tender its members a hearty vote of thanks for the able manner in which they have discharged their arduous duties . C...
AROUND THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
AROUND THE UNIVERSITY . The old green-house has been demolished . His father said , he is the star of the class of 76 . Do not fail to read the Regent s report to the Trustees . A University Pedestrian Club is now talked of . What next ? As a memorial , the Class of 77 will procure a rat-trap for the Dormitory . L . G . Clay spends his time cultivating the grounds around the University building . The Art Gallery will be open to visitors on Saturdays from 1 to 5 p . M ., during vacation . A . C . Scribner says that to us the principal feature of the next Centennial will be the fire -works ? The Regent returned to Philadelphia immediately after Commencement , where he expects to be engaged until the firsf of August . J . E . Bumstead , C . W . Butler , W . N . Butler and W . F . Oliver remained two weeks at the ILLINI Office , for the purpose of issuing the June number and finishing the University Catalogues . Mr . A . C . Scribner and sister are to occupy Prof . Robinson s residence ...
MARRIED- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
MARRIED- CLARK—CHAPMAN . —At the residence of the brides father Apr . 6 th , Jno . C . Clark , class 79 , to Miss Alice Chapman of Evanston Illinois . PATCH—McNUTT . —Wednesday , June 7 th , at the residence of Professor Robinson , by Dr . J . M . Gregory , Mr . Emory Patch , class of 75 , and Miss Anna McNutt . * 7 v At Students Home , on the evening of June 21 st 1876 , by Rev . Evans of Urbana ^ V . W . Codington , 75 , to Miss Alice McAllister , ( Lee ) 75 . A few of their friends met with them to celebrate the occasion . After the ceremony all partook of a bountiful supper prepared by the Matron of the House . After a very pleasant evening the couple started on their way to the Centennial . During the evening they received , by telegraph , the congratulations of their friends and classmates who have proceeded them to Philadelphia . May they always be as happy as they seemed then , is the wish of a host of their friends .
PERSONALS- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
PERSONALS- Joe Ness expects to attend Cornell next year . H . A . Mann and Lady have gone to the Centennial . H . E . Robbins , 73 , spent Commencement week at the University . M . H . Loomsr , 75 , spent a few days with us while on his way to the Centennial . F . L . Hatch and Lady m ide glad their many friends by their annual visit to their Alma Mater . Mr . Wood of Chicago , father of F . L . Wood , 76 , visited the University on Commencement . We were pleased to note among our Commencement guests the sisters of R . Allen of Delevan , Ills . J . M . Stayman , 77 , together with a party of ladies and gentlemen of Champaign started to Philadelphia on the 19 th inst . Mr . Mann of Gillman , 111 . father of F . I ., J . R . and W . A . Mann spent Commencement-Day with his prospective trio . Mrs . and Miss Knibloe of Gillman , 111 ., mother and sister of ^ . E . Knibloe , 76 , were among our many Commencement visitors . Capt . Everhart , 75 , accompanied by Miss Ailing and Miss Ross ,...
WMTOMMAEtm [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
WMTOMMAEtm Among the most thoroughly efficient influences characteristic of a college career , are those which emanate from the intelligent association and intercourse which it affords . As these influences are at work while mind and character are in their susceptible , formative periods , they are especially valuable . They are largely instrumental in determining the direction of activity , and the applicatien of ability , natural or acquired . Contact with books and the problems which they pre-, pose are of essential value , but above this in value ranks the contact with teachers and officers , contact with the intellectual and moral sunshine of large experience , philanthropic purpose , and exemplary life . The most valuable truths and principles for guidance in the practical purposes of life , are those gleaned from the actual , daily contact of individual with individual in the different departments of human activity . Written precepts that may be read in the seclusion of the s...
FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE ILLINI . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE ILLINI . REPORT OF ILLINI BUSINESS AGENT , FROM DEC 20 th , 1875 , TO JUNE 20 th , 1876 INCLUSIVE . CASH ACCOUNT . RECEIPTS . From former Business Agent $ 0 . 70 .. subscriptions collected 239 . 10 . advertisements collected 226 . 10 . job work 356-95-pers . acct . —J . H . Andrews &amp; Co . 8 . 10 . State appropriation—balance 45-68 . Total receipts $ 876 . 63 . EXPENDITURES . Paid on personal accounts : F . I . Mann $ i 33-5 ° - G . W . Flynn &amp; Co . 39 . 93 . Locke &amp; Saxton 20 . 00 . E . V . Peterson 2 . 50 . J . W . Butler &amp; Co . 19 . 85 . Marder , Luse &amp; Co . 20 . 90 . Paid balance S . W . Shattuck s note 3 8 . 20 . Paid to ILLINI employes : W . F . Oliver , foreman i 33- ° o . Type-setters , &amp; c . iSS *^ - Bus . Agent 5 per cent , collections to date 43-82 . Paid for materials , including freight 220 . 18 . stationery and postage 4- 1 7office repairs , &amp; c 3 6 . 59 . Tota...
Page 42 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
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Page 43 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 June 1876
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