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¦ ' ; ' : ' : ; ''' " ;; "" " INQUIRY . V' " [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 January 1875
¦ ; : : ; ;; INQUIRY . V ,. -,... ¦ ¦ - ¦¦ - ;\ , - &gt; - ¦ -.- ! . BY ¦ . « % . * . « . . ¦ _ . .. ! . . ,.- ¦ . - . • He that queitiohejh much shall learn much . — . 8 aGe &gt;« . • And most we question what we-. most desire . ?—Prior . • Modern philosophy , has come to such a point that to think is . to doubt . Or , we may say that the thinker must pass through the darkness , of doubt before -he enter ? the , bright realm of truth and certainty , and becomes satisfied with iiis position . Inquiry reigns . everywhere . Doubt and inquiry must necessarily attend each bthtpr , related as they .. are ; for what being of any intelligence doubts but does hot inquire . That [ . he -onl y . who dourjts , 1 qr , ; at best , Is . not full y satisfied with the present known facts orac ^ epted theories , does inquire , is natural and sel £ eyident , ; Indeed it has been saiid that doubt is the penalty pf thought , That is to Say , that those who are ; pains-taking or have any...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1875
r t . »_ _ __ _ _ ( __ _ _ . , gfcgj *^ T ~ ™ ¥ ^^ i I 8 « Voi .. iv . FEBRUARY . 1875 ri N ? -v * vj | i THS ILLINI , j PUBLISHED AND PRINTED AT THE i Illinois Industrial University LEARNING AND LABOR . CONTENTS : CONTRIBUTIONS : !•« , &gt; :. Field Experiments— ,-C . W . Silver M 9 National Arbitration—H Mackaj .... _ ...,... 134 An Allegory—Carrie L . Gregory . ... 136 Dowr the liav bv Moonlight—Del . . . v 138 &gt; Our Present- ^ -G . F . K 141 , A Paro iy l 144 f 7 NJVERSITY : I - . The Election 14 ^ The Senate . ^ 14 6 Air Line Problem . . . , 147 Personals 151 EDITORIALS v ¦ . . 153 ~ „\ 1 -vi - 7 , . , , - * &gt;¦ &lt; • n . * - - &gt; ,. , TERMS— $ i- 3 5 a / ear in Advance . X * • -i ; AM . OottOTOtfJMMCE MOULD M ADDRMSID TUB IuiIH , 4 ^^^ K ^^^^^^^^^^ E ^^ B ^^^^^^^^^^ HMl ^^^ i ^ l ^ Kiw ^ MI
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1875
WALKER BROTHERS , Wholesale and retail Dealers and Manufacturers of EVERY VARIETY OF FURNITURE Mirrors , Pictures Moldings , Builders , Moldings , Stair-Railings , &amp; c , &amp; c . UNDERTAKING : AND — CABINET JOBS TO ORDER . JS Neil Street , Champaign , III . WM . BOWEN , TAILOR &amp; DRAPER , 1 14 MAIN STREET , CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS . Special attention ^ iven to students , uniforms . A . M COFFEEN , Dealer in Blank Books , School Supplies , Sheet Music , Pictures , Frames , Fancy Goods , Musical Instruments , &amp; c . All goods at lowest prices . No . 30 Main St ., Champaign . N . STERN &amp; BRO . Keep on hand the best assortment of Men s and Boy s Clothing , Furnishing Goods , Hats &amp; Caps . Lowest prices ^ I . I . U . . suits a specialty . I . B . ARNOLD &amp; BRO . Manufacturers and dealers in BOOTS &amp; SHOES , 19 Main St ., Champaign , III . All styles Boots and Shoes made to order . Headquarters for 1 . 1...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1875
ALEXANDER SPENCE , DEALER IN Groceries , Provisions , &lt;&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 . RUGER &amp; CO ., v BAKERS &amp; CONFECTIONERS , No . 37 1-2 . Main Street , Champaign , keep Bread , Pies and Cakes , Ice Cream , • Lemonade , Soda Water , Fruits , 1 &amp; c , in their season . JElPOysters served in all styles . C , GLOVER , BAKER AND CONFECTIONER , 26 Main Street , Champaign , III ., Has constantly for sale the best brand 1 of oysters , and serves them up in every style . . HENRY SWANNEL , DEALER IN DRUGS AND MEDICINES , Books , Stationery , Paints , Oils , Wall Paper , etc . Also all University te...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1875
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE THE BABCOCK FIEI liTiK &amp; * „ - s \ h » . &lt; • * f S ^ O f , , V ^ * - , * \ . , 3 , . &lt; , S , J T 7-x 1 - &gt; V J \ - -V - » V ^ -v . / - 1 , , „ v . &lt; * • -,, &lt;/ W . * U N nt In daily use by the Fire Departments of the principal rules of the Union . Tue Govc-fl ~ has adopted them . The leading Railui ) s use them . Send for Their Record . ^ SISSTtST CMCa 3 ° The Babcock * rf 3 ; Co BOOKAND tiWlE TTOCll . uiiiiiij ; . ^ ¦ .. , — ¦ ¦ ¦¦ &gt; l
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1875
1 N 0 IS 1 |[ D ^ by the Scientific and United Polytechnic University , founded jointl y States and the State of Illinois , offers UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOR EDUCATION In the following departments Tie College of Agriculture ; including the . School School of Horticulture . I of the and Agriculture III The College of Engineering , including the Schools of Mechanical Engineering , of Civil Engineering , of Mining Engineering , and of Architecture . The College of Natural Science , including the Schoolsof Chemistry and o ^ Natural History . IV . The College of Literature and Science , including the schools of English and Modern Languages , and of Ancient Languages . ADMISSION m The best time for entrance is at the beginning of the College y ear in but students may enter at any time if prepared to pass the examinations Persons designing to apply for admission next September , should notice care ully the following conditions of admission and seek to be thoroughly prepared Students may be...
¦ ABSTRACT OF THE RESULTS OF THE FIELD EXPERIMENTS BY LA WES AND GIL -BERT , ROTHAMSTED , ENGLAND . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1875
¦ ABSTRACT OF THE RESULTS OF THE FIELD EXPERIMENTS BY LA WES AND GILBERT , ROTHAMSTED , ENGLAND . BY C . W . SILVEIt . These accurate and long continued experiments were undertaken to determine the relative value of different manures , and no manure at all , for permanent meadow , barley , wheat , oats , beans , clover , roolcrops , sugar-beets , and a rotation system . The manures used were ammonia salts ( equal mixture of chloride and sulphate ) , nitrate of sodium ( Chili saltpetre ) , bone superphosphate ( prepared from 200 lbs . of bone ash and 150 lbs . of sulphuric acid ) , potassium sulphate , sodium suljmate , magnesium sulphate , and barnyard manure ; also in some eases , . silie ate of sodium , rape cake , cut wheat - straw , and ashes of burnt soil and turf . The experiments with permanent meadow were commenced in 1 S 5 6 , and continued until the present time , with application of the same fertilizer on the same plot , and the general results are about as follows : the ...
NATIONAL ARBITRATION- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1875
NATIONAL ARBITRATION- IJY ir . M . In the summer of 1 S 72 a small but venerable body of men assembled in a public hall in the city of Geneva in SwitzerlandXo pomp nor splendor attended their meeting ; no herald proclaimed their coming ; no soldiery guarded their deliberations . Two might y nations had fallen into disagreement , and these men were simply the representatives of other and friendly nations who had been invited to act as umpire of their claims , and to adjudge the right . The rival powers whose cause was at stake in this simple but august court eagerly watched their proceedings . Eighty millions of people anxiously awaited the result . Patiently the witnesses were examined , facts were elicited , arguments heard , and with calm and dispassionate judgment the decision was finally rendered . The nations involved , all honor to them , bowed to the award and accepted it as a final set tlement of their dispute . Thus what once would have been used as a pretext for war was pe...
AN ALLEGORY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1875
AN ALLEGORY . BY CARRIE L . GREGORY . In a strange land a king once sent one of his sons , instructing him to mould , :: s he proceeded through the country , a bunch of keys that would unlock and open to him the beauties and treasures of the untried world to which he was going . Joyously he set out upon his journey 1 and at first all seemed so fair be saw no need of keys io unfold further beauties . But the thoughtful guide of the young traveler , being more familiar with the country through which they were passing , persuaded him to mould a ring at least , on which he might hang his keys , if perchance he should need them . Complying with his guides advice the ring was formed , and immediately its value became so apparent to the owner , that nothing could persuade him to part with it . It was composed of three small wires firmly twisted together , —Truth , Temperance , and Aspi ration ; and such-a beautiful combination did they form , that among whatever people he went , he found i...
DOWN THE BAY BY MOONLIGHT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1875
DOWN THE BAY BY MOONLIGHT . BY DEL . We weie spending the day at cousin Louisa s , at her residence , a pleasant walk from the city . By we , I mean cousin Edith , her daughter Inez , a young gentleman who waited upon Inez , by name , Herbert Campbell , aunt Eva , H , and myself . We had walked out there , before the heat of the day , had enjoyed a lively chat with Louisa , had played with little Lon , eaten a sumptuous dinner , taken a walk after huckle-berries , and now , in the afternoon , about three o clock , Herbert came in frcm the front yard , with Lon in his arms , and said , Now I must beg to be excused for the rest of the afternoon . Inez and I are going on a moonlight excursion down the bay this evening , and I have business to attend to in the city before dark . Can t some of the rest of you go this evening ? Come , make up a party , and all go ! can t you Mrs . Bernard ? turning to Louisa . I can t go , she answered , but that needn t keep the rest from going , althoug...
OUR PRESENT . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1875
OUR PRESENT . BY G . F . K . The present age and its doings , must interest all of us that take any thought at all for the future . However pleasant it may lie to build castles in the air , and m fond imagination s fairy dream weave an ideal existence for the future ; and , however prone we may be to go musing into the past , it is stiil forced upon us that the present is the most important and critical period of all time . From several considerations we are led to this conclusion . The future , however brig htly we may paint it , we know depends for its reality upon the present ; and the things of the past whether they possess elements of value or are worthless , whether filled or remaining blank , whether profitable or disgraceful , received their character and stamp while it was called to-day . Then how important that the present shall hurry into the past with creditable freighting :. It is then a most pertinent question to ask , What are the moving forces of the present time ? I...
A PARODY- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1875
A PARODY- BY A Who leads us from the drill-hall warm in sunshine bright or driving storm , And makes us on the campus form ? Our Colonel . Who inarches forth with gallant tread , . Swings his keen blade about his head , Tills our poor souls with awful dread ? Our Adjutant . Whose tactic-knowledge tho profound , Oft leaves him on the campus-ground , And makes him bawl , Come haw around ; . Our Captain . Who wishes for our Cups decease , That his own glory may increase ; Prefers grim war to nice-keyed peace ? Our Lieutenant . VICTIM Who forms each morn the lines so neat Whispers each name in accents sweet Then leads us to the appointed seat ? Our Order !; . Who marches by us when we drill Swinging his sword with wondrous ski !! , And vainly tries to keep us still ? Our Second Sergeant . Who always knows just what to do Thinks none but he can put tilings through ; That he s the man of all this crew ? Our Third Sergeant . Who feels his pulse with rage beat quick , And longs to give a ba...
THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1875
THE UNIVERSITY . THE ELECTION . The regular term election for Senators and Executive Officers of the Government was held Friday , the 15 th ult . It was thought a few days before the election was to take place that there would be but little excitement or interest aroused , and that the Government ticket would be elected without opposition . But the grangers and working-men , or more properly the Reformers , raised a cry against the old Senators , charging them with corruption , bribery , and salary grabbing in office , and bent their efforts toward defeating the Bosses , and with that end in view , put up the Reform ticket , which , to say the least , was made up of good men and women , but lacked in its platform . Then followed the Enforcement of the Laws ticket , timidly presenting the names of sore head politicians and soft-shell office-seekers . THE ILLINI ticket , coming out late in the day , meant and did no harm , except advertising the ambitious and egotistical crew who mani...
THE SENATE- [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1875
THE SENATE- The first regular meeting of the Senate was held Friday afternoon , the 22 nd ., ult . The eight newly elected Senators were sworn in , and officers elected as follows : President , W . C . Pollock ; Vice President , Miss A . Campbell ; Secretary , Miss M . E . Page ; Assistant Secretary , Miss M . E . Stewart . G . R . Shawnan was re-elected member of Executive Committee for ILLINI . D . E . Barnard , J . E . Leflar , and S . A Bullard were confirmed judges . The following is the message of President Mackay : To the Senate of the College Government of the I . I . U . : In coming together , fellow-students of the Senate , to enter anew upon the discharge of the duties with which the students have charged , us severally , we have in the main great reason to rejoice and to be thankful . W T e as a body arc in the enjoyment of health ; increased facilities for the acquirement of knowledge have been given us ; and en every hand the student is emulated to be and not to seem ....
AIRLINE PROBLEM . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1875
AIRLINE PROBLEM . The precedent of giving the Land-Surveying Class an Air Line Problem has been established by two years practice . It is . a problem well calculated to bring into practice ail their theoretical trigonometry ; and one which requires great skill in the manipulation of the instruments and care in the confutations . It is the test problem for the term . The following is the statement as given to the class : lUOBI . EM . REQUIRED the air line distant e from S on the N . E . tower of the . Iain Building of the Illinois Industrial University , to N on the cupola of the Dormitory . S is the centre of the shaft just below the spearhead , at the N W . corner of the railing on the top of the tower . THK BASE , of about 450 meters , is to be measured upon the north rail of the Urbanu ei Champaign Horse R . R . Three 5-meter contact rods arcto be employed and the results reduced to a temperature of 60 degrees Ft : ; - , y Plan and E / r : a ! on Scale 1— : o , ooc . Fahr . THE A...