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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1894)
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AildroM nil Communications to Tun Kkuuarkan,
University of ffebrnakn.
Tun NllliiiARKAN will ho found on wile nt the
following news ntninln: ,
I.. 1.. Mend, US South Ktevuiitli Street,
Krnnk DnTlel. IMfl ( Slrvet.
AIMnn Onfe. 436 North Tenth Street.
Ktl Younp, U03 O Street.
This Means You.
Now that the good work has
heen fairly started, there should
ho no let up on the part of anyone,
or delay in writing those letters to
friends, relatives, buine&s men,
politicians ct. al. Every resident
of Nebraska must he brought to a
realization of the facts concerning
the crowded condition of this uni
versity. There seems to be a common
opinion abroad that all that is re-
nniviwl i ititi Lr i iiitf li mil diw
is to al)olish the preparatory de-
J "partment. Ihe ''props form but
a small fraction of the enrollment
and no sensible reason has as yet
been advanced as to why the iiicin-
lers of this department should be
deprived of the means of securing
It is to ba regretted that it has
)ccn decided to abolish the Prepar
atory department, but no one
should allow such an argument to
be advanced against the need of
just-us large an appropriation as if
it had not Ikmmi.
We want to extend the r.dvan-
I tages df the university to every
I young man and young woman in
the state. When it is understood
I lliat every penny of an appropria-
tion made for the university re
ft turns to the citizens of Nebraska
an hundred fold in the end, when
cvcr3' citizen of this state is made
aware of the fact that unless an ap
propriation is made, the advan
tages of this institution cm be ex
tended to a number not exceeding
SCO, not until then, will there be
any show of obtaining funds from
the next state legislature.
Several have signified their in
tention of setting to work immedi
ately, writing to influential citizens
of their resident city. There should
be do delay or hesitation about do
ing this. Every one is called upon
to join in the work. The amount
of the appropoiation we will get,
will be in direct proportion to the
amount of agitation raised by the
student of this university.
Let every boily go to work.
Hereafter, this institution will
have no use for any one who is at
tending mercl3' for the sake of
boasting that he is going to college.
Professor Fling hit the nail on the
head when he said that it was a
disgrace rather than an honor, to
the university to have a student
graduate, who bluffed his way
through, and got his credits by
hook or by crook. There is no
'mistaking the chancellor's ultima
tum. There is no room here for
any one who does not wish to work
hard and honestly. There arc too
many deserving ones being contin
ually thrust aside, to allow some
person not desiring to work hard,
the privileges of this institution.
ItMmiy of flio students who have
Heretofore pursued a rather dila-J
tory course, will awakon to tho
fact that they are not wanted horo,
and will not bo toloratcd unless
thoy do satisfactory work in all
their studios. There is no doubt
but that sovoral will suddenly bo
coino awaro of their opportunities
and tho result will bo, that next
year's cataloguo will mako a show
ing which will bo a credit to tho
It is not tho policy of tho Nk
nuASKAN to fawn upon overyono
in authority for tho sake of a
4 'stand in.'' If it is scon fit to
criticize their conduct at any time,
either in one way or tho other
tho same shall bo done in all fair
ness and impart iallity. If the stu
dents of this university have a just
grievance, which requires an airing,
the Nkhuask.vn can bo counted
upon as being with them, and will
stand up for their rights against
This is tho students' organ. We
do not roganl it as any of our busi
ness if he wants to part his hair in
the middle, go up the stairs three at
a time or even to ask a professor
a question or two. We do not come
around at long and irregular inter
vals and like a garrulous old step
mother reprove everybody because
we are ailing ourselves. But we
will be doing business at the old
stand every Friday noon.
If our auricular anpondages are
elongated to a 113 extent in the pro
cess, we are able to stand it.
We arc glad to sec the interest
manifested in the Kansas-Nebraska
debate. A large number of able
speakers have signified their desire
to enter the contcsf, and many
more would have entered but were
unable to do so for want of time.
Surely there is more benefit to be de
rived from a thorough preparation
for a debate, than from the monot
onous grinding over a set oration.
We need men to-dry who are
read' speakers, who are well in
formed on all great questions. and
who have perfect control of them
selves when addressing an audience.
"Spouters" are to Ikj reserved for
Fourtli-of-July celebrations and
Ever3' cadet who can obtain ws-ses-sion
of a horto is urged to join
the civalr3r troop which will be
formed Saturday. It will be a
grand thing for the university if a
creditable showing cm be made,
while etch member of the troop
will obtain suflicient knowledge,
plcisure, and honor from it to
more than compensate him for any
expense or trouble which 111:13' "
incurred. It will be an unique
sight to see some real live troopers
galloping over the campus, and it
is sincerely hoped that such things
may come to pass.
If you don't see it again by
Christ mas its the JfopcrUin.
A drop from eight and a half to
four columns of editorial, well
And now Mr. JSi-Hftmlhly-Complaint,
you just come around next
Christmas and tell us some more
NTH. For that bi-monthly com
plaint, hike the Nkhuaskan.
Tho following is respectfully re
ferred to the occupant of the head
stall on the other side of the stable:
Editor's son, "Papa, when other
editors call you bad and wicked
names, why don't 3'ou say the same
about them?" Experienced editor,
"My son, it don't pay to throw
clubs nt a skunk." Re.
Saturday night was tho night for
Rush City, ft was also tho night
for tho organization of tho Brynn
Ilolcomb club. Tho mooting was
called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mc
Gulty, with about fifty- demo-pops
present. Tho first thing dono was
hearing tho report of tho commit
teo on constitution. Mr. Now
branch, as chairman of tho coni
mitteo porformed this duty. Ho
scorned particularly interested
between passages in eating peanuts
or cough drops or something of
Several passages in tho preamble
woro disagreeable and were stricken
out. Tho constitution stated that
tho club should bo called tho
Biyan-IIolcomb elub. That its ob
ject should bo to help elect tho
said gentlemen, to further tho best
interests of tho commonwealth, to
elect their men, and to have a little
fun on tho side during tho election.
A great deal of unneccssar3'
childishness was indulged in during
the evening in picking quarrels
about minor points, but altogether
a club was formed which will do
credit to the cause it stands up for.
The following officers woro
elected: President, S. II. Martin;
vice president, W. W. Wilson;
sccretar3' and treasurer, O. II. Al
len; sergeant at arms, MeGuuy.
".)! in Line.
The class of '99 convened in
room 28 Friday last to discuss mat
ters of interest to tho class. The
large room was well filled with
patriotic members. Some business
that was left over from last year
was first brought before thonem
IIy an I dispensed with, after which
a vice-president wa- elected to till
the vacancy. The question f a
social was proposed after which a
lively discuion followed. Al
though the finances of all are some
what limited this year it was de
cided unanimously to have a .-ocial
on the evening of Oct. 27, al which
time a program will be rendered
by the class and a grand success is
You Need It.
The Waterman Fountain Pen
company has come to the rescue of
a suffering public ly manufactur
ing a ien which feeds as fast as
one cm write. Every student who
desires to keep his hisloiy and
note books looking neat should not
fail to obtain one. They arc for
sale at the Sludcnts's Co-operative
Book Store and are guaranteed ly
the proprietors for one year. Come
down and have its advantages,
overall others, explained to 3'ou.
3 O Streets,
The Latest Brands
And a New and Choice Stock
always on hand.
NEWS STAND IN CONNECTION.
Sutton & Hollowbush
Altt.-iyn open alter Society MoetlrigH.
At IOIO O Stvcvt,
IS THE BARBER SHOP FOR STUDENTS
givjo us A-xreiyvij.
H. W. BROWN,
Books and Stationery,
College Text -Books,
Ami n Complutn Stock of
STANDARD AND MISCELI ANEOUS BOOKS.
127 8011th Eleventh Street
Students who Patronize
-AND MERCHANT TAILORS
Will never regret it. Tho' sell Stylish Clothing at Reasonable Prices yts
J. H. EVANS, Prcst. and Trcns.
Evans Laundry Company,
3J2T, 3SO, 33 L X. lath St root.
Telephone 199. LINCOLN. NEB.
THE PALACE DINING HALL
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A I.I. YOtm IT.I.l.OW STUDKNTS UO.UI lIKItK. TUY US.
1 130 N Street. A. G. OSMER, Prop.
The Capitol Hotel Barber Shop
has iunU(T. Tin: imuck ok shavino to
3ss TJEIST CHINTS.
Vec1npl03- the licnt nrtllH otitnlnalilo. Stuilcntu inntlo welcome.
S. W. Corner 1 1th and P Streets. Capitol Hotel Building.
A $135 Sterling Wheel.
A coupon ticket Riven nwny with ercr caab
purchase ot 2.". rents. New I.ixhino 1'iuruact.
11ICKS IIHOS., Knors.. Cor. 13th and P.
MADE TO HTUDKVT O.H ALL.
Careful ntu-ntlon Riven to (Jroapn.
TIIK JRL.ITJS STUDIO,
rw So. llth St T. W. TOWNSEND, Prop.
1 1 15 P Street, Lincoln.
ConlB, I'rojfrurn". Invitation. Good Work,
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(Successor to Dr. Chnt Sunrlftc.)
Cures Cancers, Tumors,
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Knife, Chloroform, or Kthr.
Office 1300 O St.,
LINCOLN', - NKHUASKA.
Van Andel & Miller,
NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE,
BTOVM A f)lECMLTr.
236 North 10th Street
C. C. QU1GGLK, Scc'y and Mgr.
1020 O St.
First National Bank,
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Surplus, - - lOO.OOO.OO
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113 North 13th Street,
CIGARS, TOBACCO, AND NEWS
Lcnionado, Milk Shake,
CIDER, AND OTHER SOFT DRINKS.
J. E. HOWE, Prop.
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