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Page 40 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1876
JRNC fiRnjfor Printers . ¦ P V ^^ ^ P IB ^ Plf ews , Book anil Job Inks , M all warranted ot Superior . IB I | M quality . Mo cheap or In- , Hal IMk rerior grades of Ink made : III JU PRINT 3 N &lt;&gt; IKK CO .. . HH H IKIB MANUFACTURERS , ( Formerly of London , England ) , 134 &amp; 180 fllONROK ST ., CHICAGO . And 13 Barclay Street , New York . XX.O.CORE, HEALER- 1 N T Clocks , Watches , Jc-velry , Notions , Shot Guns , Pistols , Knivc-i , Silver-zvare , Sc ., iC-c ., &lt; C-c . E 2 JTJEWEi . itY REPAIRED AND WARRANTED . CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY . lEIEIsTEVSr aaxd . ZK-A-lEiX ^ XXaiEIR ,, s^^©ss^^s? EAST SIDE , . CHAMPAIGN . Students will find it to their advantage before having pictures taken to call on Mr . S . L . Conklir , —West Main St ., Urbana . Mr . Conklin is a pleas-ant man to deal with besides doing his work in neat artstic manner . He uses the best photographic instruments that are to bj had and is a- * che ip as anyone . Students giv...
Page 42 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1876
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A PLEA FOR SCIENCE- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1876
A PLEA FOR SCIENCE- Read before the Alumni Association bv A . C . Szvarlz , June 6 th , I 8 J 6 . It has become the order ol our association that one of its members be- appointed each year to sav something about science . We would not have- you understand by this , however , that vve think science stands in need of any support that we arc able to contribute . In presenting this paper , it is onl y proposed . to notice a few ofthe claims that science has upon us , in regard to . our national development as well as in things pertaining to the conscience . There need be no argument to prove that vve are debtors loscience , and it is equally true that no argument can prove the amount of this indebtedness . From the founding ofthe Alexandrian school to the present time , there has beesi no discovery in science- but has had its influence for good upon mankind everywhere . All along down the ages we find its stepping stones , l .-pon every one is written progress . When the conviction forc...
Page 44 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 December 1876
IENCUSHJ forPrinters. 1 H H HffipniNT ^ NG , NK * &lt;*• ( Formerly of Lnir nn . England ) , 1 S 4 &amp; IRS MONKOU ST ., CHICAGO . And IS Barclay Street , New Vork . IX.OCORE, DEALER IN Clocks , Watches , JeziWry , Aotioni , Shot Gnus , Pistols , Ruivc , Silvcrzviirc , d-c , il-c , tl c . £ 7 : - J EWELRY REPAIRED AND WARRANTED . CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY . ¦ SZ .- ttKTZlir ac-i-d . KAEEIHBE , ~ ¦SR©(£SRS* EAST SIDE , - - CHAMPAIGN . Students will find it to their advantage before haying pictures taken to call on Mr . S . L . Conklh-. —West Main St ., Urbana . Mr . Conklin is a plcai-ant man to deal wiln besides doing his work in neat art siic m-uincr . lie uses the best p hotographic instruments that are to !&gt; .- had and is ; u che ip as anyone . Students give him a call . 1 . - ^¦ eJo to Smith &amp; Son s lor a good dinner tea . or lunch .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1877
I PF ^ v ^¦ - ¦ . SflCTal--IP VOL . vi . J ; ANUARY V 1 877 . . No . 4 . ^ 11 . .. Ife ) ,, . ¦ •• ¦ « dl ¦ ¦ ¦ THE ILLINI , PUBLISHED AND PRINTED AT THE Illinois Industrial University . LEARNING ANIX LABOR —¦—¦ *• COM iENTS : . ¦ CONTRIBUTIONS : . PAGE . Discovery of -Gold in California , —Capt . J . F . .... .. ..... 12 7 Edward Von Hartmann , —H . M . IS . ......... 130 Words Fitly Spoken , —Pearl ,.... ; ... .... .... 133 . Observation andReflection , —S . -A . B . ; : . 133 Ji Review , —Nugget , . ... ; .... 1 35 Aspiration , —J . G . . ... 1 . ~ ... .... 13 S Visit to the N . Y . Herald Building , —S . C . S . .... .... 139 Perseverance , —H . M . B . .... . ..... .... 141 By Their Walks Ye Shall Know Them , —R . R- C . .... 143 Alliance of Chemistry and Ihvvolo . ( v , —I \ Gilfner . ... 145 Editorial . . ... .... .... .... , .... .... 1 47 Science Notes .... ... ... 150 Trustees . Meeting ) ••• . .... . ... i .... 151 Around the Univ ersity , ... .... .... .... 153 Personals...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1877
^ DOWN WITH HIG H PRICES ! , \ 1 S OUK MOtTO , ¦ J he old Students al . kno-M it , and the Nexv ones ought to , 4 hat LOGHE &amp; SAXTONS . -. is i le cheapest place in Ch rmpaign , to buy . jfiist class goods at reasonable rates . LOOK AT OUR PRICES ^ AND THEN BE CONVINCED : 1 st class Note Paper , 10 and 15 cts . per . quire , 1 st class Mucilage ,. it , cts . per Bottle , Fools Cap 15 . ¦ 2 * 0 -. Ink , 5 » . Best Drawing Pencils 4 for 25 cents . Best Envelopes-made , io cents , IR . eaaaeaan . ber tlxe place , O ^ uIS St . 3 lTear X ?© aaa . e Hcia . se . ALEXANDER . SPENCE , DEALER IN Groceries , Provisions , &amp; Bakery , Corner of Main and Market Streets , - URBANA - &gt; ILLINOIS . I keep constantly on hand a full line of 5 TARLE &amp; FAJVC 2 GROCERIES , Which I will sell as cheap as any house in the county . Special attention to Student * in . the delivery of Bread , Cakes , Pics , &amp; c . at the University once a day . Clubs soli...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1877
Illinois Itrfctosfeitel 1 DtolJ « c-: itts . rS ^^ SteWSHBsHi Lt ^ iTt ^ ^ e S * * ^^^^^^^^^_ fe - ^^&gt;^^^^ i ^^^^^^^ TLisScimtiric and Polytechnic Unheisity , founded jointly by the United States and the State of Illinois , offeis UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOR EDUCATION In the following departments : I . The . Collegeof AgricnIt lire , including the School of Agriculture and th ?; School of Horticulture . , . -.. ..- ¦ .. . - .. , IT . The . College of Engineering , including the Schools ofMechanical . Engineering , of Civil Engineering ^ of Mining Ensrmeeririg , and of Architecture , v . III . Tfie College of Auifuritl 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 ^/ : . ¦ ¦ ¦ .. ¦ .. - ADMISSION y .- . y- % : ¦; . -,- ; The best time for entrance is at the lv . gi . nnihg of the College year in September but students : ma...
AN AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT OF THE DISCOVERY OF GOLD IN CALIFORNIA . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1877
AN AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT OF THE DISCOVERY OF GOLD IN CALIFORNIA . HV CAIT . JAS . FAULKNER 75It has been my good fortune to sojourn in a community in which there resides a party who was present at the discovery of gold in Cab- , ifornia . As there are only four persons now living who were present at the important discovery , and as this individual is well known to be . an honest , in industrious , a truthful , and a God fearing man , I trust that a brief account of my interview with the distinguished pioneer , ; veteran and philanthropist will be read with interest . As the narrator paused to collect his scattered thoughts , I noted that there were no sounds to disturb save the ticking of the dusty clock , the cackling of the old . speckled hen ( assisted by the sympathetic rooster ) the hungry squeal of a few black pigs , the dull bell of the muly cow , and the thumping of his generous heart . At length he said : — In the falkof 47—along about this time of the year it was , —that we li...
EDWARD VON HARTMANN- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1877
EDWARD VON HARTMANN- ItY II . M . D . There arc certain names that meet the eye so frequently as to arouse the curiosity of the most hasty reader , yet often it is not easy to obtain much definite or positive information about these very persons who seem to challenge us at every step with a question , a fact , an opinion . Few names arc jus * - now more prominent in the world of speculative thought than that of Edward von Ilartmann . It is hard to take up a new book or paper touching at all upon science or religion without finding von Ilartmann quoted and often he appears as the pssailant of Christianity . Edward v . Ilartmann was born in Berlin , 18 42 , the son of a military officer , lie had the best of school advantages and was diligent . in improving them . He mentions with apparent pleasure the excellent tiiining he had in religious knowledge ; from his attitude on religious questions it seems however that there must have been some fatal error in the instnetion or in the use h...
WORDS FITLY SPOKEN . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1877
WORDS FITLY SPOKEN . VE . \\\\ ., —~ Alclhcnai Society . Words fitly spoken are like blasts From bugles in the strife ; They nerve each heart to daring deeds For land , for love , for live . ! They are , when bitter doubt and gloom ¦ Deep shadow-heart and brain , . Like meteors flashing , through the night , That leave a shining train . They have the power , as well , to calm Lue s wild and passionate sea ; ^ s our Master s , Peace , be still , Calmed troubled Gallilee . They re , like cool drops to thirsty flowers , Like shade from scorching ravs , Like sweet day-lilies ,- while and still , Like , warm November days . .. &lt; J ike purple pansies , gleaming bright Full in the summer sun , Like rest upon a soft white couch When weary work is done . Yea , like the swift electric waves , They grandly sweep from pole to pole , And wake to fullest harmony The diapason of the soul . Words fitly spoken are , in truth ) Like apples of pure gold , With shining silver settings , Whos...
' , ' OBSERVATION AND REFLECTION . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1877
, OBSERVATION AND REFLECTION . ¦ BY S . A . It . How wonderful are all of the creations around us , yet from their very abundance they are hardly nbiced , or , if noticed , only for the moment . Who stops long enough in the harassing cares and prcs - sing duties of life to think and reflect on the manipulation of God ! We Call the Bible God s word ; yet the world isfull of him and his worksj and his words . It is overflowing with God ; everything is suf- [ fused with his presence , his power , his infinity . Is there anything striking in the appearance of a pebble ? A small roundish stone , we find it , often insignificant , and possessing no beauty ; but who can tell its age , its history ? Who can tell where or when , or how it was created , through what vicissitudes of nature it has passed , and the reasons for its present form and shape ? True , Geology refers to the times and periods of the creation , and formation of the different classes and layers of rock , that form the cru...
A REVIEW . - ' [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1877
A REVIEW . - BY NUGGET . j • Roughing It by Mark Twain is the book we have been reading . This book written by one of America s best humorists is not unlike Jus other works in style , wit , and composition . If one transfers the p-aces and circumstances he might call it a companion for Innocentji Abroad . Mark Twain whose real name is Samuel Clemens tells a great deal of serio-comic truth , and tells it in such a way- as to leave the reader in doubt as to whether it is in honest truth or a joke founded on fact . This is one of the difficulties one finds in reading ^ Roughing It . : It purports to give an . account of the experiences and observations of the author in the Nevada silver mines before the name of railroad was a practical one in the West . The kind of life unveiled is strange and incomprehensible to us , and it is natural to doubt the truth of many of the statements by the author who often describes them from a ridiculous standpoint , yet we have been assured by actual tr...