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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1894)
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A Weekly lner ImihM nt llio Uiilvcrrtly of
Kntkkkd ah Hkcono Ct,.tn Mail Maitku.
A. 1 Montmouknov KiUlor-ln-Chlef
H.O, Whitmohk Hnrtncw Manager
1.. l. Vll.SM'UV
1. H. HATFIELD
W, I.. Wkstkum vnn
MlSS Mantua NVHKS. )
MlSS HK1.KN UHHOOHV, '
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which would bo much bettor do
voted rib their own University
work is not the psm of gentlemen
or even men. Those who in
dulge in these silly but injurious
amusements arc a detriment to
the Universitv. The loss of the
whole organization which !" , plSHER & W Alt PEL
none me nazing woum nave uucn
preferable to that of the one in
oflcnsive, gentlemanly student
. . . K. M. BROWN, Vice President.
R. K. MOORK, President. Q mmvv Cashlcr.
bunion Sayings BankK-
m South Tenth Street.
iin rPT7TPrrfp Paid on Savings and Time Deposits.
Students Who Patronize . ..
Will Novor Rogret It
2136 O St.
They Soli Stylish Clothing at
I 11 Wriehi. l K, .lohnnn ' H. MeClsO.
ffidoiil. Vlrc-PwMoni. Gi!.Mcr.
.lohn A. Ahion Ao't r-li.
In the rush of preparing tor
examinations don't lose sight of avoiding any personalities in its
Charter Day. Begin to think ol column. It feels that it has de-
who is said to have been driven
away by their persecution. Thk
NnwuASKAN stated its intention, ,
at the beginning of the year, of J7Kp ; RolUHlbia
what you are going to do to
help the general jollity. Above
all make up your mind to have
a glorious time yourself. For
once let's take the root off the
world and paint it a gleaming,
glittering, glaring red.
It is a great pily that the
janitor work of University Kail
can't be done outside ol recita
tion hours. His decidedly un
pleasant to have rooms and halls
parted from that resolution in
this matter. The offense was
not intended as such and serves
to illustrate the difficulty of avoid
ing such disagreeable occur
rences. We shall endeavor to
keep even further within the
bounds of generality in our fut
ure attempts at humor.
LINCOLN, - - NKK.
A. S. lUymnwl. Chm-WeM. Tho Cochrane.
First National Bank,
CAP ITA1 $400,000.00
NS. H All WOOD. I'roslrtoM.
CHAS. .. I1ANKA. Vlw PreslilonU
F. M COOK. li.lilor.
C, S l.l IM'l NCOTT,nnit
J, S. FKKKMAX, Ars'i Cashiers
s Hnrwooil .1, l. MaeFnrlnml
W. M. rlarVe T. M. Mnicue
Clin U. Manna Jo''" " Amos
John FH7ponM It. K.Moore
IV W . lw T. Ilotrps
r.M.CooV .1. 1.. Carson
A. 11 Clark
New r.OLUMBlAN BAKERY
The committee finds that the
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FRESH gREHt), (gHKES HNfc ?IES
PARTY CARES A bPECIALTY.
A.-it ,' j j..: i. j.. r4- competitive "celebration ora-
Ulll U WUM (.(111 11 ! 111U Ul. VVl
u.. ;.. , jj , tion entitled "Luck and Phick"" !
VJU1 CHJ 111UIC 1C tl IJIVill VlUill IU .
be done ; but it would be better "cribbed" almost verbatim,
to burn a little extra gas and pay ' As the orat'on 's o1 course llot
alittlecxtri for night work than accepted, the sealed envelope
i .1 i,.o.vTT; v;, , accompanying it cannot be
t.u wiv. inv; uvnj vmii. v.uui; 1111111 ,
opened. Hence the name of the
student who thus attempted to
x iivrm it nnrn
V-tffll AM1TRI AHH
A junior promenade is pro
jected as a part ot the Charter
Day celebration. While social
amusement is not the sole pur-
obtain goods under false pre
tenses? who is either loo indo
lent, or too cowardly, or loo
vicious to enter into fair compe-
Tho Only First-class EalrtR House
in he City,
$6 Ticket $5.O0
5 Ticket 4,20
3 Ticket - - - 2.60
MEMS SERVED AT ALL HOURS
C. W. BRANDHORST, Prop. - 121 North Eleventh St
Stiff Hats Made to Order from $2.50 to 4.00
Wh pay .VO for n Hat vlicnyou can petOTioinml.lo Order tlic
.lmreol ourlicnA, any M to, 1or less money -and just pocul n
HnW Wliydoyouffot nwwMlfl Hat wlicnjxi can pet your old
one made s rtkkI as now 1(r 1 SSV
.Lincoln Stiff Hit Mas, 184 So. lift St
pose or even one of the essential tition with his fellow students;
purposes of University Hie, it who prefers a chance honor to
should be given a proper place truthfulness, and a possible mo
among our relaxations. A large ment of applause to integrity;
attendance at the entertainment ! who would rob classmates if it
is to be desired. The members could be done saiely in the dark
of the class who undertake it; the name of this student can
take great financial responsibil-' not be made known,
ity and a great amount of work ! It is hoped, however, that he
upon themselves. It is no fun is known, and that the wrath and
to engineer such an undertaking, righteous indignation of the Un
Their eflorts should be rewarded ivcrsity world will fall heavily
by the presence at the capitol on 'upon him.
Charter Dav of everv student'
Who ever thought of trying to ' "those swift hei'ORTs."
dance. ' Senior (Fiercely) I should
It is reported that a certain W s0' You know Miss Flirter
student of the University has left .ann J were enSilSea moni"
the U. of N. and gone to another aS hut she broke h off imd
school on account of hazing re- married a lawyer last week. But
ceived irom would-be funnymen Hully Gee ! the announcement
who inflict the University with of my engagement with her ap
itlheir presence. If Tint Nb- Peared in the :ist issue of the
niASKAN has unwittingly aided criav, (Exits tearing his
tlhe offense by reference in nf,,r)
the local columns to the K. club The military' department of
BOOKS, STATIOIRY-WALL PAPERS
Window Shades and Mouldings, Artists' and Photographers'1
Materials, Drawing Instruments and Supplies.
A. T. LEMING & CO., 1106 0 SL, 118 K. litti St
PANTS TO ORDER
$4, $5 TO $10.
Largest line of Woolens In the MJite.
Lincoln Pants Co.
1223 O STREET.
SHIRTS 1 SHIRTS !
C. A. SHOEMAKER, M. D.
Oftlee. No. 1VM L Street, Ground Floor.
Hours 7 10 P . m.; 1 1o a. imd 7 to h p. ni
it sincerely apologizes to the the University of Wisconsin has
YOU can have the DAILY
WORLD-HERALD delivered at
your room for 15 cents per week, seven
days in the week. DROP A POSTAL
or leave your order at 104-5 O St.
We earnestly Invite all Stu
dents to visit our store before
University and the particular been compelled to organize a , line of Dry Goods, Cloaks,
rictim of the hazing. Every new company, the fifth in the j Ladies' Furnishing Goods and
student of the University has a 'battalion. This company will MBri s F unnlshing Goods. Our
right to go about his business nn- be composed of the best drilled
disturbed by others so long jis men and will be the crack corn
he does not disturb them. Tojpany. Excellence in drill i to
malce one student the butt of the !be the basis for selection to this
weakly vulgar jests concocted
toy nnjleiiinj' students 'in hours
company-, und anyone maj' compete.
stocks are especially attractive
We refer newstudentstoanyof
the professorsor any old stu
dent in the University as to
our manner of doing business.
MILLER & PAINE.
133 to 135 South Eleventh St.
AIiituilBcturcH his M-n Shir t. Tlie.v tit Uie
form und please tin oyv.
A Full Line of . . .
Men's Furnishing Goods
HATS, CAPS, ETC.
Ou' nlilrlt ko dlroft tniiu the munufucturer
to tlu oouhurnvr. No iiilddleiuenV pnifllK.
Toh ri)iit (llMsountKiMudenti...
5135) O Street, Basement State National
Hutchins & Hyatt
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
All Kinds ol COAL & WOOD oh Hand
!0O4 0St. Telephone 225.
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