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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1894)
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NOTHING LIKE IT BEFORE . .
INVESTIGATE FOR YOURSELF
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR
TWo days ho fonstod in tho camp,
On moiils that filled his soul with woo,
Tho butlor thoro was full of hnir.
Ami still ho "wist not why 'twas so."
Ami so before tho brcnkfast hour,
His brain upon his mission bent,
IIo swiftly dons his uniform,
And liios him up to Pershing s tent.
Tho Lieut wns wakened from his sloop,
IIo rose in fiery wrath, and then
IIo called, "Who at this hour,
Dnres 'beard tho lion in his don.' "
The private bravely held his ground,
His linllid brow was chill and dnmp,
He quick n-pliod, "I camo to find
Who boards tho butter in this camp.
No moro the fostivo prep doih rage
! No more old maids conceal their ago
f No collego yell assails onu's oars
p No trolly ears cause people fears,
tr "No doubt you think this very s trail no
t, And ask tho reason for tho chnngo
A man's been found who lookingoncc
Translated "Sownium Vitnlos Fans.
"Shall 1 brain him?" cried tho hnzer.
And the victim'c courage fled.
" You can't; it is a freshman,
..Tnt hit it on tho head."
i'Tf ! lilt .!
iiuj uiiHwur mo xnis
What shape is a kiss, .
"""""Oirinidi'ii, most charming and fickle?"
"Why, sir," answered she,
"It seometh to mo,
That I surely should call it n lip-tickle."
We'll Do It.
The Senior is tho climax
Of earthly good, 'tis true,
If you can enp the climax,
Why not gown him too?
English as Slic is Wrote.
A TYimfilimiin tlinnirht nhemiHtrv tnmrli.
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s-iTill he found that the l'rof. ho could
, lie made uso of his tongue,
And although ho wnsyounguo,
' In time he became tho right stongh.
illo belonged to tho Fifth Army Corps,
And was just going out of tho dorps,
When a big heavy weight
tFull down on his peight;
'Twus dreadful tho wuy that hosworps.
Town College, Grinnoll, issues a
somi-wcekly -which is ji credit lo
The Daily Cardinal from the
Wisconsin university lias a genu
ine newspaper flavor which is quite
Make yourself an honest man
and then you may he sure there is
one Hess rascal in tho world.
CHAS. 33. GEEGOEY,
CO. OF N. '01.;
o At 1100 0 Street, EichardB
THE LANSING THEATRE
Has been engaged for he season by the
Misses Furguson and JEvans,
who ihave opened a Dancing School for Ladies, Gentle
men, and Children. University Students are Gordially
invited ito call and learn terms, etc.
;t,Q3h'ird floor of Lansing Theatre
When tho Gorman horse, and tho Latin
And tho French horse, and tho Greek,
With tho Spanish horse, and tho Hebrew
In council together speak,
Tho question will be, "Khali we work so
Unless our wages they raiso?"
Tho common opinion will then bo such
That the votes will be all "neighs."
Thn Jinmmiian. nnhlishod sit
Brown University, stands high
among our exchanges. It avoids
the common error of "catalogism,"
toward which many college publi
cations arc tending.
Some Consolation Here.
A religiously inclined student
was found poring over a bible one
day and industriously taking notes.
After several hours ho laid down
the book with a sigh of relief.
""Well, have you found much con
solation '( ' ' asked his chum. 4 ' You
know 1 failed to pass last term.
Well, look here," and he shoved
the paper across the table. It con
tained the following: " Thou shall
not pass Numb. 20: IS. Suffer
not a man to pass Judges 3:2S.
Ihe wicked shall no more pass
Nahum 1:15. Neither doth any
son of man pass Jeremiah 1:43.
Beware that thou pass not 2
Kings 0:i). None shall pass
Isaiah 34:10. The BuclddiUs.
The Inter-Stato Debate.
For the last week, tho registra
tion for the local debates prepara
tory to tho Kansas-Nebraska de
bate has been, going on. Last
night tbc registration was closed
with thirty-two orators as candi
dates. These will be sifted down
until the three best men are left
and these three will represent the
U. of N., in the inter-stale debate.
Those registered for the local
debates are: Messrs. Elmore, New
branch, Baker, Maguire, Walker,
Teele, Walsh, Stroman, Davis,
Magufl'ey, Weaver, Barr, Sundean,
Correll, Skiles, Iartin, Woods,
Kandolph, bherman, Brown, Mc
Neal, Wilson, Whitniore, Funke,
Martin, Edwards, Tallmadge, Mc
Mullen, Berry, Kinyon, Neil and
Tho first of tho series will take
place in tho university chapel
about November 10th, when a
warm time is anticipated.
For sale: Two oil heating stoves,
two soft coal stoves, and one baso
burner all in good repair, and
cheap. Enquire of Mrs.Boecham,
1809 P, or at the "Nkukaskan"
Blook. Telephone 343.
A "Sorority" Reception.
An initiation followed by a de
lightful parly took place' at the
home of Miss Lottie Whcdon,
Saturday. The initiation took
place in tho afternoon, and it is
rumored that a real live goat par
ticipated. The following girls
were initiated into the mysteries of
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Mioses
Uoru Uropsey and tiertrude Han
sen of Fair bury, Stella Eliolt,
Francis and Ellen Gere, Nellie Lau,
and Grace Broad'.
At 5:30 an elaborate supper wa
served. The dining-room was
beautifully decorateu with the
Kappa colors, and flowers. About
twenty-eight members of the
Kappa fraternity were present.
In tho evening the young men
called, ami an informal reception
was held. Then the dancing hall
was thrown open, and cards and
dancing indulged in until a late
The following were participants:
Misses Winger, Soucrcst, Burks,
Whiting, Whcdon, Shaw, Harloy,
lticketts, Groh, Maitland, Law,
Jones, Conklin, Smith, Addie
Whiting, Lindley, Jury, Gere,
Roberts, ltisscr, Griggs, Broady,
Grace Broady, Nellie Law, Eliott,
Francis and Ellen Gere, Hansen,
Messrs. Uardy, Eliott, Haggard,
Corwin Haggard, Wing, Pilsbury,
McCreery, (Jury, Wheeler, Jones,
Raymond, Forbes, Bocher, Corley,
Adams, Ames, Marlay, Barber,
Clements, Mauley, Burnham, An
drews, Frank, Saxton, Hebbard,
Wheeler, Packard, Young, Hay
ward, Westennann, Canfield, Mor
rill, Walsh, Paw, White, Haugh
ton,Williams,Mueler, and Spooner.
A Three Cornered Debate.
On the Saturday evening preced
ing the election, tho U. B. D. C.
will give up the regular program
and instead hold a political meeting
and discuss the views of each party.
Each party will be represented by
two speakers, us follows: Repub
lican, Lien, Baker; Democrat,
OberJies, Maguire; Populist, L. J.
Abbot, S. W. Martin.
The Best Place to Buy . . .
Furs, Fur Capes,
Shoes, and Toys
Is at the Big Stores of . . .
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO.
12TH & N ST8., 1-2 BLOCK.
PRICES THE LOWEST . . .
HIQH CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY
Herzog Tailoring Co.,
J,uu(ers of Fmililou at
120 N. rciovuuth St.
S 10 Worth Ninth St.
BBST 15c. M&JUL$
Munis ut nil hours. Oysters und Oanio
M. E. CHEVEONT, Prop. 0p. Btuto Joumul
If you will drop a oard to.
8U2 North 18th Street,
Ho will cull and prit your laundry, such us t1u
dorwour, Hocks, Night ltobuH.Oolornd Hulrta,iif
und do thorn up b-lRht. Jivory thing mound
noatly without extra charge.
Browning, King & Co.
1013 TO 1019
That little nnisnnce. tho
toothache, tho worst of nil Uh
vhhcs, cured in Ickh than three
minutes, or may he extracted
with little or no pnin!
Vino sold fillings for stu
dents at low rates. Host flint
teeth, that will be as good after
J45 years service as now. Itnsli
whacker teeth, best offered lor
est teeth out. Everything in
the dental line of the best
qnality at reasonable rates.
1308 O Qt. Kooms 9 and 10.
DR. A. P. liUKRUS.
Nebraska Pant and Suit Co.,
1 2 1 7 O Street.
(West halt of Trunk Factory.)
All Wool Pants Made to Order,
flrBt-clnss mid cmnrnntaed to flt,
$3, $, $5, ?C, and upwards.
$1.1, $18. $20, and up.
Popular Trices. Goods sold by yard, and
Ends tor Boy's Pants, etc.
Few uncalled tor pants nnd suits at your owa
O. R. OAKLEY. O. N. Holcom, Cutter.
Jacob North & Co,
(Lincoln Paper House)
PUBLISHERS, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
The Students' Co-operative Book Co.
S. E. Cor. of University Hall.
Baker's Clothing House,
COMPLETE LIKE OF FDRNISHIHG GOODS, TEUUKS AKD YALISES.-k
Holts made to order In Custom Department. Entire sattofactlon gnu. an toed.
Special Discount to Students. 1039 O Street.
Fine Cigars, Tobacco 1 Stationery.
All the Latest Novels always in Stock.
The WORLD-HERAJLD and CHICAGO PAPERS
delivered to any part of the city by carrier.
L. L. MEAD, FRCP., 118 SO, 11TH STREET.
11 y TUG
LINCOLN FRAME AND ART CO.
(JltOtlP I'ICTUUES JruuiMd at lluducoU Vrlcuu to
BtuduntH. Artbtw' BujijiIIuh.
226 South 1 1th Street
LINCOLN FRUIT STAND,
PUCCINKLLI BROS., Trops.,
limits nnd Confbotionory,
NUTt, CIOKR, AND TOBACCO.
Special nttontlon Riven to student nnd fnrnllj
trade, (luodn uellvcred to all parts of the city.
N.W. Cor. O and lath Sis.
Suits to order, . $16.50 to $45.00
Overcoats to order 18.00 to ao.oo
Pants to order, . 3.00 to 10.00
We guarantee nnd keep nil (roods we mann
Fucturein repair, tor six months, tree ot charge.
LINCOLN PANTS CO., 1223 0 St.
GEO. A. WEBB,
rnormcTon op the
OLIPP BARBER SHOP
Special attention paid to Students. Good
Work and Gentlemanly Treatment.
129 So. 12th Street, LINCOLN, NEB.
Furnished Rooms and Lodging
Jones Block, S. W. Cor. 'ilth And P Sts.
Entrance J 39 North l'-th St.
Office, room 188.
V. V. J05HM.
and Cigar Stand
Bids ail Skits Midi tiOriir.
Itepulrlng Kuatly Dune ut tliu Lowest Prluea.
SI'ECIAIf KATES TO BTDDENTS.
LochvitbUIMIluBoniont) near cor. 11 &P
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