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jj * I TRUSTEES' MEETING- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1876
jj * I TRUSTEES MEETING- I TUESDAY , SEPT . 12 , 1 S 76 . S Board met . in the University Parlors at 4 p . M . Present ; Messrs . I Blackburn , Byrd , Cobb , Gardner , Mason and Pickrell . Absent ; H Messrs . Brown , Flagg , Gilliam and Sabin . Gov . Beveridge detained I by sickness . 65 &gt;? REGENTS REPORT . I Gentlemen : I In meeting you again , I owe it as a duty to you , and to myself , to an-- % nounce to you formally , my answer to your urgent request to me to withdraw the | . resignation which I placed in your hands at your last meeting . Your somewhat § hasty adjournment , prevented any reply at the meeting . I The desire which had been growing in my mind for several \ ears , to be re- \ leased from so heavy a burden , and be left free to complete some long cherished I plans of literary labor , caused me to feel nn intense reluctance to resume cares and \ responsibilities which , heavy in themselves , had been rendered fur heavier by an I unjust , and often ignorant...
ILLINOIS INTER-COLLEGIATE CONTEST . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1876
ILLINOIS INTER-COLLEGIATE CONTEST . The third annual oratorical contest of the Inter-Collegiate Associationwas held at Evanston on the 5 thinst . On the Wednesday previous the delegates from the eight different colleges composing the association arrived and were treated by the committee with the utmost hospitality . The public reception given to the orators and delegates at Woman s College was one of the pleasantest features of the week . The formal address of welcome given by Dr . Marcy was full of cordiality and happy allusions , and was responded to in an able manner b y Henry Mackiiy , president of the association from the I . I . U . The remaining part of the evening was spent in social intercourse and in partaking of the refreshments so bountifully provided by the committee on arrangements . The floral decorations of the parlors and halls added much to their beauty , while the presence and agreeableness of the ladies made the occasion a most enjoyable one to the delegates . Th...
i AROUND THE UNIVERSITY . i . ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1876
i AROUND THE UNIVERSITY . i . ¦ w . . . • The attendance this year is not so large as anticipated . 1 ^ C . B . Gibson rejoices in the title of adjutant of the I . I . U . battalion * t The Sophomores have organized with W . N . Butler in the President s chair . ^ J . E . Buiiistead supplies the place made vacant by the departure of I LLINI John . i The class tree of 76 flourishes and bids fair to become a broad and oenificent elm . A flower bed blooms on the original camping ground of the JSycamore of 74 . The Art Gallery will be open in the afternoon , on Tuesdays and ¦ Thursdays , as formerly . Some of the military prodigies of the I . I . U . flourish the buttons bf the Illinois State Guards . J Spark-ing in the hall has taken the place of kissing on the stairs &lt; this year . —Better stop it . L . R . Noble , E . A . Pierce , and J . D . Gill , members bf the class of 76 , are taking post graduate courses . The hitherto excessive supply of Union Meetings and other publ...
PERSONALS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1876
PERSONALS . Scribner teaches school near Onarga . . Information wanted as to the whereabouts of ILLINI John . Joe Ness and W , M . Chandler frequent the class rooms of Cornell . Miss Amanda Campbell , 75 , teaches in the west side Public School Champaign . Lorin G . Pratt is a practicing lawyer in Chicago . Office , 151 Monroe Street . E . L . Ballon 75 , has gone to seek his fortune on the golden slopes of the Pacific . J . W . Campbell is performing the duties of school teacher in the rural town of Homer . James Conroy remains at Philadel p hia in charge of the educational department of Illinois . Capt . Palmer anticipates an appointment to West Point . The military inclinations of Capt . are irresistible . F . I . and J . R . Mann have engaged in editorial work at Chenoa , III ., and will publish a paper called The Ckenoa Gazette . F . A . E . Starr , has joined the educational corps of Champaign County , and instructs the youths of a rural district near Sidney . G . P . Christie...
OBITUARY .- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1876
OBITUARY .- Died : — Aug . 4 , 1 S 76 , at the home of her mother , near Vancils Point , Macoupin Co ., lib , Miss Alethea Moffet , Class of . 79 . Miss Moffet , her sister , Miss Patchen , Miss Campbell and others left here soon after Comnenoem . iit , under the charge of Prof . Taft to visit the Centennial , and the coast . At Rye Beach , N . H ., she contracted a cold which wras not considered serious enough , however , to prevent a visit to the White Mountains . While there she became so unwell that it was decided to start for home . . On arriving at Boston she grew rapidly wor * e , and at Chicago became unconcious . But regained her consciousness the next morning after reaching home . She lived but six days after her arrival home . On leavin &lt; r Bnston she converse 1 freely with her sister , telling her that she should die and endeavoring to administer all the consolation she could . She was perfectl y resigned and told her sister it was not as she expected , a hard...
OUR EXCHANGES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1876
OUR EXCHANGES . The rush of work at the opening of the term prevents any extended notice of our valuable Exchanges . We find upon our tabic the following periodicals , college and otherwise , which we take pleasure in noticing . Dalhousie Gazette , The Tar gum , Obcrlin Rev ! ciu \ Colic gt Record , Westminster Monthly , The Tripod , Adrian College Recori , Hesperian Student , College Herald , Niagara index , Newspaper Reporter , McKendree Repository , J he University Magazine . ^ The Collegian , Alumni journal , W . W . College Chronicle , Asbury Review , Illinois Schoolmaster , The Volante , 7 he College Courier , College journal , The Packer Quarterl y , Qui Vive , Lit-tcWs Living Age , Scribncr s Monthly , Harper s Weekly , Yale Coura » t , Harvard Advocate , Cornell Era , Dartmouth , Alabama University Monthly , College Sibyl , Prairie Farmer , Danville News , Jacksonville A exs ,
Page 40 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1876
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THE RUINS OF TIME . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1876
THE RUINS OF TIME . c . w . Who may enumerate the things that were ? What power of tongue or pen can narrate the story of the past and its forgotten monuments , of the life and energy and power that were and are no more ? A day passes and a million deeds and facts of life and labor are forgotten forever . But few of the deeds of men arc recorded upon the pages of history ; but few of the facts of life and thought find their way into the books of science and p hilosophy . Of but few things can it be said , they have been known from time immemorial . Ages pass and with them grand thoughts and mighty achievements , marvelous projects of material wealth and worldly power . Monuments of pride have been reared , sublime thoughts have been wrought in the brain ; but many of these are now as utterl y forgotten as the darkness of the nights that were three centuries ago . A Cimerian gloom , overshadows the achievements of the past , and leaves to our knowledge but the ghostl y and fast fadin...
Page 42 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1876
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Page 43 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1876
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OUR EXCHANGES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1876
OUR EXCHANGES . The rush of work at the opening of the term prevents any extended notice of our valuable Exchanges . We find upon our tabic the following periodicals , college and otherwise , which we take p leasure in noticing . Dalhousic Gazette , Thc Targmn , Oberlin Jiev : eiv \ Co / legt Record , Westminster Monthly , The Tripod , Adrian College Record . Hesperian Student , College Herald , Niagara Index , Newspaper Reporter , McKeiulrec . Repository , The University Alaga . riue , The Collegian , Alumni Journal , } l \ //¦ . College Chronicle , Asbnry Pevieu-, Illinois Schoolmaster , The Volantc , 7 he College Courier . College Journal , The . Packer Quarterly , Qui ] ive , I . / Itch s Living Aire , Scribner s Monthly , Harper s Weekly , Tale Coura » l , Ilarvam Advocate , Cornell Era , Dartmouth , Alabama U / iivcrsilv MonthlyCollege Sibyl , Prairie Tanner , Danville . Nexes , Jacksonville A crss
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1876
with her sister , telling her that she should die and endeavoring to ail-S minister all the consolation she could . She was perfectly resigned audi fold her sister it was not as she expected , a hard thing to die , but on | the contrary quite easy Miss Moffet , was one of our brightest students , and in her death ? the Class of 79 lose one of their best members . 1 b .-r life and her death if accord beautilully with the closing lines of her favorite poem , Than-H atopsis . I _ 1 I MARRIED—In Bclvidere , 111 . Thursday July 13 1 X 7 6 , Mr . James P . Slade , and Miss Ella Bowman . Cupid loves a shining mark for his arrows . The man of sterling worth and the woman of charming personal constitute his higesti prizes . When with one shot both are secured , how delighted the ! little fellow must be . We too rejoice in the victory this time . A for-j mer and hig hly respected Trustee , and a former anil well remembercilj student ! How strange but how well !
Page 44 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 October 1876
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 November 1876
I lrPv &lt; L . vi . NOVEMBER 1876 . N « - 2- ™ f THE ILLINI , PUBLISHED AND PRINTED AT THE Illinois Industrial University J LEARNING AND LABOR . II- ] - CONTENTS : I CONTRIBUTIONS : PAQE Oar Ideals—Chapel talk by the Regent . 47 Fey Darwin—T . J . B 48 Our Dictionary — M . A . C . K 50 1 Human Society—M . J . Wiight 51 I The Machinist—E . M . B 54 George Sand and Geor « e Eliot—H . B . Gregory 55 Stick to Your Mark—Man fold Savage . .... . \&gt; j The Critical Point—M . M . Stacy . 60 Ad \ ancement oi Science in Ameiica—E . E . Harden 61 J Historical Sketch of Music—Euterpe . 6 * Music—J . E . Leflar , 75 6 4 Selected Paragraphs . 67 Editorial g ~ Ai ound the Unh ei sity ... ... 72 Personals . • .... . * .... &gt; - &lt; 3 Experiment in Corn Raising 7 S &lt; ollege New s . L Q Our Exchanges ,... .... So . 1 ¦ ¦ tm 1 ¦ . — TERMS— $ , 00 a fear in Advance . ^ ^ • ¦ 1 ALL CORRESPONDENCE SHOULD BE ADDRESSED T HE ILLINI , * $ CHAMPAIGN , ILL . £ ;...