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EYES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874

EYES . Emerson says that eyes speak all languages , and wait for no introduction . The language of the eye is understood , the world over . We need no dictionary to interpret its meaning . If the eye says one thing , and the tongue another , we believe the eye , for it never deceives . There is a power in the eye which none will deny ; keepers of wild beasts have been known to subdue the fiercest , by a glance of the eye . In looking at a face , we generally notice the eye first . It is the most expressive of the features , for it languishes with love , glows with passion , gleams with hate , sparkles with mirth , flashes with anger , melts with pity , lights up with joy and darkens with sorrow . The first thing we notice about eyes , is their size , for they differ greatly in this respect . Large eyes have always been admired , and considered essential to beauty . It is said that an Arab expresses his idea of the baauty of a woman , by saying , she has the eye of a gazelle , which ...

Publication Title: Daily Illini
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WHITEWASH , MORALLY CONSIDERED . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874

WHITEWASH , MORALLY CONSIDERED . BY M . M . One day I was watching a man busily engaged in whitewashing ; and as I saw him skillfully dip his brush in the pure white liquid , and apply it to the ceiling above , without dropping a particle on the carpet , ( for he was master of the art , and disdained to put the lady of the house to the trouble of taking up her carpet ) , I thought , that it was not only ceilings and walls , but sometimes people that were whitewashed . I do not mean that they are whitewashed in a game of croquet , or that their faces are whitewashed after the manner of some young ladies . No , this deep , and very professional article treats of a metaphysical subject , viz : Moral Whitewash . I noticed that the whitewash did not clean the dirt from the ceiling , but simply covered it with a beautiful white coating . It is in this fact , that the analogy exists between whitewash as applied to the ceiling , and applied to morals . Whenever we try to seem to be , what w...

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THE BENEFITS OP HORTICULTURE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874

THE BENEFITS OP HORTICULTURE . By C . I . H . Although this is not a new art , yet its true aims and purposes may not be so well settled in the popular mind as to make it inappropriate to inquire what these aims and purposes are ; especially is this inquiry pertinent in this marked period of horticultural science in the Garden of the West . Ever since the glorious eras of Greece and the palmy days of Rome , it has been subjected to many reverses and successes . Now engaging the attention of genius , encouraged by wealth , fostered and protected by the rulers of the land , it holds a chief place in the hearts of the people . Then comes a period of decay and it sinks almost into oblivion , is indeed only kept alive by the monks and priests of the convent . But after the middle of the fifteenth century it fastens itself so firmly on the people that it no longer wavers between the praises of the million , and the careless attention of the few . The steady , unflinching devotion of its n...

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IMPORTANCE OF THERMOMETRY IN CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874

IMPORTANCE OF THERMOMETRY IN CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONS . BY F . W . P . In fever the temperature of the body is raised above the healthy maximum ; indeed , fever might be defined as an abnormal and durable elevation of the temperature . This symptom deserves to be placed , by reason of its constancy , before the frequency of the pulse . The healthy temperature , with very slight variations is always about the same ; the pathological state on the contrary , is marked by an increase , or diminution , or of an unequal distribution , of heat . In febrile affections , it oscillates between limits which it cannot exceed without death taking place . In health the variations depend upon the age , state of gestation , alimentation , and the surrounding temperature . The temperature of the body also submits to daily fluctuations and is influenced by rest , exercise , & c . With regard to the daily fluctuations , it has been observed , that they are greater and more varied with anima...

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OUR INDUSTRIAL POPULATION . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874

OUR INDUSTRIAL POPULATION . The whole number of persons employed in gainful and reputable occupations in the United States , according to the census of 1870 , was 12 , 505 , 923 , of whom 10 , 669 , 6 35 were males and 1 , 8 3 6 . 288 were females . The following shows the general classification of these employments and the numbers engaged in each : Agriculturists 5 , 922 , 471 Manufacturers , Mechanics and Mining 2 , 707 , 421 Trade and Transportations 1 , 191 , 238 Professional and Personal services 2 , 684 , 793 . The entire population of the country was 38 , 925 , 598 . Subtracting from this number the industrial population , as given above , and there is left a non-working population of 26 , 419 , 598 . This includes all children under ten years of age , and all the idle above that age , the sick , the imbecile , and the otherwise disabled classes . It will be seen that the agriculturists outnumber every other class , con stituting nearly one half of all the industrial populati...

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THE UNIVERSITY . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874

THE UNIVERSITY . AIR LINE PROBLEM . The class in Land Surveying of last term took for their final and competitive problem , the following trigonometrical survey . Previous to this , each had made one determination with the transit , of an inaccessible horizontal distance , for the purpose of learning to use this instrument , and for practice in calculation . PROBLEM . REQUIRED the Air Line Distance from S on the N . E . tower of the Main Building of the Illinois Industrial University , to N on the cupola of the Dormitory . S is the centre of the shaft , just below the spear-head , at the N . W . corner of the railing on the top of the tower . N is the centre of the ball which surmounts the cupola . THE BASE , of about 450 metres , is to be measured upon the north rail of the Urbana & Champaign Horse R . R . Three 5 -metre contact rods are to be employed , and the results reduced to a temperature of 6 o ° Fahr . THE ANGLES are to be measured with a Gurley transit reading ...

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A RAMBLE THROUGH THE SHOPS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874

A RAMBLE THROUGH THE SHOPS . Yesterday we had the exquisite pleasure of visiting the University Shops , in the capacity of ILLINI reporter . We had long stood in awe of those shrewd fellow-students , who , ever foremost in their classes , have cultivated the physical man by wielding the hammer and plane , amid the whirl and bustle of machines , dark and mysterious . And it had ever been our hope since we entered the I . I . U ., to become , at some time , thoroughly acquainted with the shops and the many pieces of mechanism that their walls enclose . With what joy then did we hail the long looked for opportunity to see and investigate for ourselves , the workings of those strange engines , with their buzz and whirr , that sounded , to our uninitiated ears , like the rush and roar of a mighty cataract . We first passed through the lumber room , into the capacious apartments belonging to the carpenter shops . Our entrance was greeted by a genial smile from old friend Swartz , who , as...

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DEPARTMENT OF HOHTICULTUKE . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874

DEPARTMENT OF HOHTICULTUKE . Experiment with apple-tree root grafts for the years 1872-3 at the University . The first cut of both root and scion is the one taken from the larger end . These grafts were made from the Ben Davis scions , 5 inches long and grafted on roots 51 ^ inches long , except where otherwise noted , in the winter of 71-72 and planted the following spring . Those on the third cut of root failed , owing to the wet land . The ri ght hand column shows averages taken from the others . Next month we ^ propose to publish the results of a similar experiment begun one year earlier and continued to the present time , when we shall also have ready some inferences drawn from the experiments . ~ ft a g 31 © © -t n e & ,-r ? SoS MS M ! 8 , g . KO A , B to , w ? . 3 s- ? s- Be f S & §¦ I 5B & ffl CD ( 5 £ 2 1 1 2 3 . 14 36 . 42 7 o 70 2 1 23 . 12 36 . 80 80 3 1 19 . 60 32 . 6 50 50 1 2 21 . 00 37 . 42 70 70 2 2 20 . 33 . 2 : 9 . 55 90 90 3 . ...

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PERSONALS . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874

PERSONALS . D . E . Swyer , 72 , Belleville , has been admitted to practice as an attorney at the Illinois bar . G . L . Winn , 75 , Woodstock , 111 ., is studying medicine . May he win the gratitude of suffering humanity , wherever he may locate . R . R . Salter , 74 , Hamlin , Mich ., has become a country schoolmaster . In the summer he applies the first principles of agriculture . Though three years have passed since he left the I . I . U ., he still holds it in grateful remembrance . S . J . Westlake , 72 , Salinas City , Cal ., is acting surveyor for the city . A portion of his time has been spent in teaching . He speaks of teachers wages as being from $ 75 to $ 125 per month . C . W . Rolfe , 72 , is so instructing . the youthful mind of Sidney , that it causeth some dissatisfaction . One discontented citizen remarked the other day that he did not see the use of teaching scholars Botany , just to learn them the bones of the human body . T . H . Cheney , 77 , is farming near Vi...

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BUBBLES . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874

BUBBLES . ONE of our students was heard to remark the other day in conversation , If a man is a fool , hell show it ; but a woman may be a fool , and appear quite intelligent . Query . Which is the biggest fool ? Bowen says that language is the expression of concepts or thoughts , while intuitions cannot be expressed in words . Probably that accounts for the womans reason . She sees intuitively , and finds no words to explain . SENIOR . WANTED . —A new style by which to arrive at the University . OUGH . —The following , originally from a London publication , is taken from the Ladies Repository . Peasant Arcadian , guiding the plough , Coarse are your garments , your aspect is rough . Peasant imprudent , I hear you ve a cough ; Do you feel sure you re clad warm enough ? Bibulous peasant , your voice is rough : Youre not a disciple of temperance Qough . Home to your cottage , you hear the wind sough , i Even the birdies sing hoarse on the bough , Home to your cottage , and bend o er t...

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EDITORIAL . [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874

EDITORIAL . THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN . —The total income of this University for the last academic year was $ 104 , 243 . 06 , and the expenses were $ 107 , 410 . 50 , leaving a deficit of $ 3 , 167 . 44 , but this last amount was something more than covered by the balance of the previous year in the treasury . It thus appears that the regents are using all their means to de- . fray the usual expenses of the school , and we find them complaining seriously because they are so financially straitened . They employ one president , 22 professors , 8 assistant professors , 8 instructors , 2 librarians , 1 steward , 1 secretary and 6 laborers . The total number of students enrolled for the year ending June 30 , 1873 , was 1 , 176 , of which number 484 were literary and scientific , 334 law , and . 358 medical students . The authorities seem to congratulate themselves over the successtul education of women in the same classes with the young men and evidently regard the opening of the insti...

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Page 33 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874

¦ DEALER IN .-, , ¦ . mmlOOKS,STATIONERY,AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FJLZSTOirABTIOLBaPARTICULAR ATTENTION MIO TO PRESCRIPTIONS . ¦ . ¦ ¦ ALSO ¦ . ¦ PERIODICAL,SHEETMUSIC- ¦ AND . ¦¦ ¦ ¦ . ¦¦ ¦ .- . ¦ . ¦ ¦ OeneralKTex^sIDepot.STUDENTS CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL . No.20MAINST.,URBANA,ILL. I .. B . AUNOIil ) . G . P . AKKOLD . I I . B . ARNOLD & BRO ., Manufacturers and . Dealers in BOOTS&SHOES,No . 19 Main St ., Champaign , 111 . All styles Boots and Shoes made to order . MORGANS FERROTYPE GALLERY , Over I . B . Arnold & Bros . A Liberal Reduction to Students . GEO . H . HAPGOOD & CO ., Proprietors of NEIL ST . LIVERY STABLE , CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS . Omnibus and JUaggage Orders , for both day and night trains , will Tie promptly attended toby leaving them at the Doane House . * 9-FIRST-CLASS UVKBY . -Q W . C . BARRETT & CO ., Dealers in BOOTSANDSHOES,No . 25 Main Street , Champaign . - - - . Illinois . DAN i . OABDKEB , ¦ Q ....

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Page 34 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874

TOTM , SIM , UftBANA , / - ^ - - ; - ILLINOIS - . RETAIL DEALER IN University tfext > Books AND STATIONERY , Perfumery , Soaps . Combs and Brushes , Trusses , Supporters , ami Shoulder Braces , Fancy and Toilet Articles , Drugs and Medicines , Chemicals , Kerosene Oil , Lamps and Chimneys . Grass anil Garden Seeds , Glass . Putty . . Paints ; Oils ; Varnishes and Dye-Stuffs ; Patent Medicines , etc ., etc .. .. . Physicians . Prescriptions carefully compounded ) and all . orders correctly answered . ? M ^ & CAMPBELL , GROCERIES AND PROFISIONS , Ho . 16 Race Street , \ URBANA , . ¦ - ¦ ¦¦¦ - •¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ILLINOIS . MORRIS LO WENSTERN , Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ¦ Staple ana Fancy DRY GOODS , Boots , Shoes , Carpets : and Oil-Cloths ; •- Main Street , Urbaha , 111 , WEBSTER , DAVIES & CO ., Dealers in . ¦ LUMBEin,Grain , Coal , & c , URBANA , . . ••. - „; . ¦ ¦ :- . ILLINOIS : Oars Loaded cm Short Notice . CRANE , BREED & CO ...

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PETROLEUM IN THE UNITED STATES . * [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 February 1874

PETROLEUM IN THE UNITED STATES . * After the definition and description of the Devonian rocks the speaker passed to the part of his subject previously announced and indicated in the above heading . The following is a partial report of this portion of the lecture . All geological systems of rocks contain petroleum in certain districts , but by far the greatest amount of the oil in the United States , is found in the Devonian , hence it may be appropriately studied in connection with that system . Petroleum is chemically called a hyro-carbon , from its composition , carbon and hydrogen . The different degrees of oxydation which it has undergone gives the different forms under which it is found . It is slowly changed into mineral pitch or asphaltum , which is solid at ordinary temperatures and probably may even pass into anthracite coal , as it is found in the quartz crystals taken from the limestone rocks of New York . The lower Silurian limestones , as has long been known , give off ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874

_ • ¦ ¦ I . , —_ . . I ^ g ^ VoL . IH . MARCH , 1874 . / No . 3 . C ^ S THE ILLINI . ¦ • : ¦ » » Jllinois Industrial \ Jniversity . . LEARNING AND-LABOR ? . • ¦ ¦ — - — : ¦ ? ¦ CONTENTS . CONTRIBUTIONS . — PAGE . The Farmers Movement . .... ; 57 Our Schoolmates at Rome . . .. 59 The Winnebagoes : —H . A . M . . ; .... ^ 61 The * Arabian Nights ..... ..... 63 Miscellaneous 64 THE UNIVERSITY . — - Dr . Gregory s Dedication Address .... : 65 Four Hundred More .......... .... . 79 Preparation for the University—Champaign or Urbana—A Fine Art Gallery 80 Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees .. 81 Anniversary ..... 82 The Contest at Galesburg 83 TERMS— $ 1 . 00 a Year , in Advance . ¦ . . - ~ j **» • ALL CORRESPONDENCE SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO THE ILLINI , . URBANA , ILL ; £ ~^ i ^ A 3 Printed by 0 . W . Fljtnn ft Co , Urbana , 111 . e ^ ZuR

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Illini — 1 March 1874

JO . tt . ttTTN * X? f : • • . . ; ¦ ¦ DEALER IN DRUGS , BOOKS , STATIONERY , AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT Of zFJUsrair AJEzaScpiiBfePARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO PRESCRIPTIONS . ALSO PERIODICAL , SHEET MUSIC AND GreneralKTe-wspepot . STUDENTS CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL . No . 20 MAIN ST ., URBANA , ILL . I . B . ARNOLD . G . P . ARNOLD . I . B . ARNOLD & BRO ., Manufacturers and Dealers in BOOTS & SHOES , No . 19 Main St ., Champaign , 111 . All styles Boots and Shoes made to order . MORGANS FERROTYPE GALLERY , Over I . B . Arnold & Bros . A Liberal Reduction to Students . GEO . H . HAPGOOD & CO ., Proprietors of NEIL ST . LIVERY STABLE , CHAMPAIGN , ILLINOIS . v Omnibus and Baggage Orders , for both day . and night trains , will be promptly attended to by . leaving them at the Doane House . 38-FIRBT-CLASB UVERY .-g > W , C . BARRETT & GO ., Dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES , No . 25 Main Street , Champaign , - - - Illinois...

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