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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1894)
There once was a fellow named Leigh,
lie took his fair one in a sleigh ;
lie asked for a kiss,
She thought 'twas amiss,
And answered him with a neigh.
In the spring of the year
One scarcely will hear
Of studious, hard working chaps ;
lor when they appear
Armed with kodaks, 'tis clear
That the fellows are all taking snaps.
I wrote one to Kitty
And wrote one to May,
lloth lived in the city,
'Twas Valentine's Day,
And 1 put more's the pity,
Their names in each ditty,
1 wrote one to Kitty
And wrote one to May.
Now the one I wrote to Kitty
I posted to May,
Alas ! what a pity
On Valentine's Day ;
And May's went to Kitty,
Their names in each ditty,
lloth live in the city,
And the deuce is to pay !
A THOROUGH STUDKNT.
He is not very brilliant, his talents are
He's also rather lazy, (so the Professors
Hut he's surely the most thorough man
the Dean has ever met,
l?or he's been five years in college and
he isn't half through yet
U. ofJ'a. Couriir.
JUST WHAT TIIIJV WANTHP.
In the bright illuminated parlor
Sat the lovers teto-a-tete,
In their happiness unmindful
That the hour was growing late.
All at once upon the staircase
Sounded papa's slippered feet :
Hhe was startled Ac expected
To be shown into the street. .
In walked papa turned the gas out,
Thinking to cut short their pranks,
In one voice the two made answer
Hriehy; all they said was "Thanks."
A 1'SAI.M oi WOK.
Tell me not, in tailor's numbers,
"That my bill is what it seems !"
For my coats and vests in slumbers.
Dance'about me in my dreams.
But the tailor is in earnest,
And to save me from a hole,
To the three ball sign returned ;
And again my watch I've sold.
IN OTHER WORLDS.
Optional chapel has been instituted at
The Princeton Freshmen are to have a
new dormitory costing 30,000.
Yale spent $45, 208.84 last year for
athletics, of which $16,652 43 was spent
on foot ball.
The Soph who tells all he knows
wouldn't be half so insufferable if lie
only knew all he tells.
The University of Michigan sends out
a class of 731 this year, the largest ever
graduated from an American college.
The Mask and Wig club of the U. of
Pa. will give a performance at com
mencement for the benefit cf university
A young lady surprised her mother
the other day by asking : "Mother, if I
wear my new Jersey to-night what will
Delia wear?" Ex.
The Senior class of the University of
Michigan are considering a proposition
to put in a '04 memorial drinking foun
tain in the law building.
The largest scholarship given by any
American college is at Princeton. It is
given triennally for excellence in Creek
and Latin and amounts to 1,500,
At the University of Wisconsin prizes
to the amount of 50 have been distri
buted among the authors of the three
best University songs composed during
the past year.
The M.S.U. Independent, representing
the "barbs" of Missouri University, has
cuts and biographical sketches ol two of
the captains of the batalliou in last
week's issue. The Indciciidt nt is in
good hands, if one is to judge by appear
ances. The following samples of 'locals"
published in several college papers are
presented for the warning and informa
tion of all concerned:
"Jim Adams has had his hair cut."
"Ah! there, Smalley!"
"Good morning !"
"Perhaps you don't know us."
"Was it catching?" &i, ad infinitum.
Wo earnestly Invite all Stu
dents to visit our store bofore
making any purchases In the
lino of Dry Goods, Cloaks
Ladies' Furnishing Goods and
Men's Furnishing Goods. Our
stocks aroespecially attractive
Wo refer now studonts to any of
the professorsor any old stu
dent in tho University as to
our manner of doing businoss
MILLER & PAINE.
133 to 135 South Eleventh St.
and Best Route to
HALT I MORIS,
Reclining Chairs Free
On All Trains,
Kor further information, folders,
etc., call on or address,
V. I). COHKICIjl..
C. I'.&T. A., 1201 O St..
O. P. A . Kt li-iiiK Mo.
Dr. A. P. Biirriis,
1SOS O STBBBT.
EXTRACTING TEETH WITHOUT PAW.
As a local antustlictic. Phcuatn 0
Cocaine Ik the best yet known, and it.
not followed by any uniileasant syinp
toms or soreness of the gums. ' The
dental bulldozer who reported that wv
had ulceration and sloughing of tin
funis, had he lived in tho time o'
St. Peter, he would have been hurley
with Ananias and Scphira! It is thi
best agent for common use. and en
tirely without danger. It is onh
thoso who use hydra to of ehlor.il i'n
excohs that are troubled with ulcer
ution of the gums.
BROMIDE OF ETHYL
Is used much of late, and in Inter
mediate in its eSl'cetA. between cliloi"
form and gas. and less expensive thai
Is pref "ruble to other agents In m
cases where several nore. inllamcii t -it
are to be extracted at a single sti ii
We have used chloroform exten-nH
fpr over thirty yeurs without accident
NITROUS OXIDE (IAS
generally works well where there Is no.
more than two or three teeth to hi
extracted, but in more dangerous thai
is generally supposed, especially when
the capacity of Uie lungs has been
diminished by d incase or the heart
dilated. Several deaths from its use
have licen reported in medical mrnab
of late. Dental journals do not publish
these cases for fear of injuring the gat'
lias long been used with great micccs
in brief operations, but is not well
adapted to prolonged surgical oper
ations. Hut very few accidents have
happened from its oifeets, and those
mostly from its prolonged use.
Is the Cheapest place in
Tho WKKTHKN TRAIL Is pub
llshod quarterly by tho Chicago,
Hook Island it l'ncillu railway. It
lolls how to got a farm In tho west,
and It will bo sent, to yon gratis fur
otic year. Send iiamo and address
to'M'Mltnr Western Trail, Chicago,"
and receive It one, vonr free.
John Kkhvstian, (1. I' A.
Hutchins & Hyatt
MAKIi A SPECIALTY OF
All Kinds ol COAL & WOOD on Hand
, 1004 0 SI. Telephone 225.
Great Rock Island Rooii
TO THE EAST.
JEST DINING O'RSERVUEIH THE WORK
As Ioiik it time lis l)n id iHkMiH.Hi lout: lias
tlii- ChU-tmo, Itock Island V I'acillo rallwa.N
run t ruins weMw ml from ('IiIciiko,
" lie Hock I-IiiiiiI is I'.nemosi in adopting iinj
in '"iMtuut1 calculated li improve speed mill
UP - Unit luvir.v. sul'et.v ami roinfurl thai
popular put ronuc demands. Its equipment
milinmiiulily complete with v. stlhiilcd trains,
majriiltlccni iIIiiIiiim'iii.. sleepers nml elm'r
oiichtN all thu most elegant ami ol ieeC''l.
ii ipmvcd pi, turns.
I iiilliful arnica paiileniiiiiiitfciucnt ami polite
Imnc-i service. Iropi employes are Important
items. They moil iliilililu duly- to t lie Coin
pan anil to IniM-lers nml Ii Is .sometimes
nisi; (lllllciill ol iieeouipllslimi'iit. I'lissenui'ih
on litis II ii t Mill tlml little I'liusu for complain!
on I lull Ki'ounil.
Tlie iuiHirLiiiiee of tliU Hue can lie lietlei
umlerstooil II a short leson In eiiKiiipliy !
What is tin' ureal easier 'i termini of tin
Hock Ibliuul loute'. Clilcauo. What otliei
siili-niMcni termlcil lias Ii? i'coriit. To what
iinpoitaut points lines II run 1 rains to (lie
uortliwesl St. I'aiilaml Minneapolis. Minne
sota mnl atertown ami Sloii lulls, Dakota.
To what iuiHil'1oul louiiiiliil Nebraska iiolnts:
l)e Miilnc. Iaiiinii i. Iowa: Oinaliii ami
l.in' olu. NvliriisKit. Iiocs It touch other Mis
souri riwr x)lntf.y Ve; St. .loseph. Atchison
l.i'iixeu worth mnl Kiui-iis Clly. Hoes It run
trains to the lootlillls of tin ltoci.y mount itiusV
Vis: to Deuver. Colonulo Springs ami
I'uehlo, solid vesllluileil fioiu Clileiu;o. 0n
ii)M)rliinl cities of Kaiisii ho reached hy tin
ItiK'k Isliuul mute-- Ves; lis capital el y, To
peku, inula lull Inuulred others In all direc
tions in the state and It Is thu oulj toad riin
nluir to mid Into the now lauds opened for
settlement In tho Chuyouuo mid Arapahoe
It will thus lie seen that u Hue tapping, nt
the Hook Island does. Mich u varied turrltoiy,
lias pi'. eh lu that regard to commend II to
travelers, as all connections are sure on tin
Knelt Island, and passengers i:au rely on n
speedy J"iirne) . ns o er a hulk of tho system
llimm-'h trains me run, mid it has heceme.
ami rightly loo. Mid )pul.ir line.
Avery ponular train on tlie Chicago, llocl,
Island .V i'aelllc nuiu u leases Denver, I'uehlo
mid I oIoiiidoSpriiiKH dully Ills ealled "Tin
World's Fair Siiecim," Ik onl iiiio da v out, and
iasi !ni arrive ut Ctil'(K' rl tlio second
Tim Hock Island lias heroine u popul r Col
orado Hue. mid i he train aUivo leferrcd to Ii
vertlliulcd. and carrlcH lint Hock lsiluiidV
excellent illlilUK nil' ser lei .
I'or lull inii'lleiilais ,ito tickets maps. i ales
ipply to mi) coupon llclU't olllce In tin- Culled
slates, Canada, or Mrxlio, "I' addlcsH.
.I.NO HKIIAHTI t
f if II Ut A I'at-s AKl hllliK' III
f..'r lfIN (.Mil Ml-r (I'ihvii III
?.w.n " ' -' '-feTa
town for Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hill & Schule
1235 P Street.
Lansing Theatre Building
We have the finest stock of Spring and Summer Goods in
the city. Student Trade especially solicited. Give
us a call. 1235 P Street.
Fine foot form
Usual Courtices Extended to Studeuts.
J. II. KVANS, Prcst. and Trens.
Ems Laundry Coipj
327, 329, 331 M. 12th STREET.
LINCOLN NORMAL UNIVERSITY
tAN ADVANCED NORMAL SCHOOLV
(lueoiporated. Investment SI "..'..(HV).
A WORD TO STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS.
THE roi.LEUE VWltiK.VUn wv Iuivoii Rtrnnp four y.nrs' Col
lofro C'unrse, u fm:t not Kiiiriilly iimicrstiiod, .vt wo uunnot expect grndn
ntfstiiid iindorgrndniites rnmi the Stnte ntul other institutions to jjlvo us
their support in this depnrt'iient t.. Hie exclusion of theirown institutions.
Hut we tire iiniliitious to win your liond opinion for those pnrtieulnr de
piirtiuents round ith us and not found in tho college or univoreily of
yi ur choice. You will want many oryour friends in tho future to attend
your college and complete ti course, lint either bee uibo t.hev cannot or will
not take a college course you fail. On the other hand, they may he deter
mined to tuUo special win U in some institution Kljrlit hero we are am
bitious to convince you that the Lincoln Normal Uuivoisitv can take theso
oung people a d do lietter hy them than any other institution in Ne
braska. WHY? .-
lUrntisr, Wo have from from 2 to .' times as much-'money invested.
HrriiiiM; Our equipments are supe.rior.
Hiran.se, Our courses or study in each department aro much strontrer.
Jtu-uu.sc, We do not allow our students to not uilse notious of an edu
cation by reason of completing those shorter courses.
COURSES TO CHOOSE FROM.
The Tnu-lurs" or PraJ'vsximutl ('oum H takes us long with us to pet the
diploma rrom this course as It doo- at any other private noimal to get
llioir toaehorh' diploma and the so-called ii S. and H. A. degrees all com
bined. You will see at once that our teachers aro not skipped and
-kimmed through a short, pedauogical course.
Tin' C'tnsLi-culuiji of Mttfiir In mis Department we give a most com
plete musical education. Director Oldham is a lender in his profession.
The Comma-rial Cuiir.sv Students entering this course find that it is
not equalled in Nebraska. Tho nlu ity of tho instructors, tho course of
btudy and tho equipment all loud
Shorthand and Typtim-itiiujWa can repeat here what Is said for tho
KindinjurUn No, we cannot turn out a kindergai toner in a term or
two. Hut if th students CMinpleto tho course they are strong strong in
practice, strong in philosophy.
Pen Art and Fine Art Wo aro peculiarly fortunate in this work. We
have an anist at its head.
Studonts can enter these courses at any time. Will you call at the In
stitution and investigate tho above statements? Having'satisMed yourself
you would bo hotter able to advise your friends. Address,
.1. !'. KA YLOH. President, Normal, Nebra-kn.
Mil, I, M. IIKI.I., Vii'i-Prex. .IOIIN i'A Hit. Tieus. W. ('. MKNTKH, See.
Complete Line of Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Hulls made loonier lu Custom Depiiilnicnt Uutliesuilsfiietliiii Kiiniiiiiteed.
You Want a SPRING SUIT ---
Hcpairing and Cleaning also Neatly Done,
120 South Twelfth St. ?0pl0tMX?J222Sg2il,ero,,
Cornor P and Tenth Sts.
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA.
and General Merchandise.
At Low Prices
-U09 O Street.
C. C. QUIGGI.G, Secy, mid Mgr.
LINCOLN , NEB.
1125 O Street,
Lens Treatment for the Eyes.
ItuiM'M for I'ur SIkIiI. Ntmr Hjrht.
AsiIkiiihIIsiii, CrosM'il 10 es, lined
lu spueiiuilos. Kyit (1Iimh, koIiI or
steel I enses iineiv nnrls of Klilliui
iiuiaufuuttircd to Order
C, E. THOMPON, Mn:8upcc.taunr.,nB
1214 O Street.
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