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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1894)
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WW THE MIRROK
Kk' Up To Ualo.
tTiiliorcilob Hnrnch dor junior.
AiiiiUiu mm mm uuumui hiiik;
'.lies recto Hunt' profcHHor
Una Hciirlout or niolttn inHolnon uooic.
fNcm propnro, pnrluit lo junior
Avoc mm niul ualciui loou
Tout droit ropondnit professor,
Kt corit-U nullotuont in son book.
Oh I hIiiiII wear u tennis cup
And n Hcarlot rod neok-tio,
And I hIiiiH have mo slioos of tan
To atartlo tlio passer by.
For I'm a senior gentleman
1 voto tho caps and gowns,
And I recommend to our worthy tunul
Canes, cIiihh pins, and paper crowns.
Thoro is ji university student who
would like very much to ulovato
his pedal extremities in such n man
ner as to como forcibly in contact
with his body. The other day he
borrowed "Yneelors bicycle, as ho
was in :i hurry to visit u business
house in the south part of town.
lie made very good time in getting
there, but when ho returned, he
had forgotten he came on a wheel,
so ho walked back, lie also walked
some more after the wheel.
Tilson, 'DT, who had decided not
to enter the college this year, has
changed his mind and came back
Tuesday, lie was welcomed by a
host of iriends.
Lives ol pouts oft remind us
If wo Ubo tho proper means,
Discard motor, rhyme ami reason,
Wo can shine in magazines.
While Moses was no college man,
And never played foot ball,
In rushes ho was said to bo
The lirst one of them all. Ex.
I walked ouo day with l'hyllith
Ovuli in Both ton town,
I, in mo long l'wyneo Albert.
Sho in a now Worth gown.
I talked that day with l'hyllith
Ovah in lSothtou town;
Of things intenth and thoulful,
V IJegged her mo lovo to ewow n.
I pawled that day from l'hyllith
Ovah in llothton town;
Slio'd bo a bwothah to me, she said,
Hut wouldn't bo Mitheth ltwown.
Let the Freshmen all take uotico
Salt does on tho freolist stand.
If they wish to stay among us
It will take a deal of sand.
The Chinese orderly called tho roll,
The tourist deliglited, fell;
For ho felt in tho depths of his Yankeo
'Twas his old time college yell!
Kosenbaum Ikoy Jacobs is such
a strict Hebrew dot he von't cfon
blay foot ball.
Epstein. Vat is dure wrong
about foot ball
lxosenbaum. Chasing der pig
skin, of course. 1'uck.
T-" wnen you want -y 5
Hoys, "SQM-BTH.NOCOOD, J uiie s
Corner 13tli and O Streets.
(il -mkw3fi rli H
Tfl OMAHA a points East, Kansas City,
Denver and all Colorado points, OgdenySalt Lake, Butte and
Helena, Portland and Spokane Faljs", Seattle, Tacoma and
Alaska, San Francisco and Los Aligeles.
jror mustratea aescnptive
matiou, call on or address,
Ci ai.uadui Mtni nciij
r- mi iniPAU n- 1.1
Field day at. Wisconsin univer
sity is hold in tho fall.
At u mass mooting of all students
Princeton abolished luw.ing.
William Koiokoif leaves an ondow
mont of 85,000 to Iowa state uni
versity. Military drill was begun this
year at i'alo with a battalion of
There are 190 collego papers in
tho United States. fn England,
there are none.
'Nations move by cycles."
Bicycles too. Air.
Tho light is beginning to break
upon some of tnoso eastern col
leges it. is a light from the west.
One of tho best all around ex
changes that falls under our shears
is Tho Aegis, of tho University of
Canine Pneumatics ,41 am go,
ing to have my dog's tongue split. '
"Why, doah doW"
"Doncher know, 1 think it would
put creases in ins pants!"
Toe university of Pennsylvania,
supports three papers: Tho Pcnnsyl
vainan (daily), The Courier (weekly)
and the Jied and Blue (monthly).
They are all well gotten up.
The Courier and the Review of
Kansas university have been
united. The lirst number of The
Courier-Jieview promises well. Tho
athletic column is especially strong.
,Joe Jk'ardsloy is still carrying
his abpointment around in thai lil
tlo grip sack.
" Where, oh where, was Iloag
land's .Republican Club last Wou
neday about 13, p.m."
Don't ask Sid White or Coolcy
how many dishes of beans they ate
last Wednesday night.
It may be real cute to giggle and
act smart during chapel serviees
but most people don't tuink so. A
word to tne wise is sullicient.
A death-blow has been given to
foot ball in Nebraska. The author
ities of Cotner have forbidden ihe
students of that institution from
participating in the "brutal game."
Why on earth don't the seniors
show some ingenuity some indi
vidually why not do something
new and leave a new sort of a rec
ord behind. Can't "J5 leave a name
worth mentioning (
Through a mistake of tho "pi"
man at tne printing oilice, the item
regarding Hie poem ol 1L 11. Man
ley scarcely did that man justice.
Tne words, "a poem, which resem
bles" were omitted. We were
soivy of tho mistake the printer
lies at tho coroner's oilice awaiting
dooks, lime caras, or any xuior
t U1PTIU PlluTI.L.I !!
! ! i-ii- un huwh ti
Tho Y. M. C. A. announces that
all young men are cordially invjitnl
to attend tho noon-day prayer moot
ing which is hold in the now quar
ters in tho Conservatory of musio
building ovory school-day of tho
"Know anything?" "Naw"
"Say fellow, loll me some news
will you?" ''Oh,l know, its' for
that everlasting journalism class
you just movo on, I've answered
that question forty times to-day."
No boys allowed in tho Greok
comedy class its all the girls can
dd to fatham those Greek jokes.
Doctor Lees orders books closed
and then scans those jokes and ex
pects tho girls to catch tho point
without seeing the hieroglyphics
on the page. Gmok jokes at sight
are bad enough, but when it comes
to tho ear!
Ho'll Got Used To It.
As the person who "borrowed"
a new hat from the hall last week
is probably the same one who
"borrows the jNkhuakkan trom
the mail boxes, 1 take this method
of informing him that he will find
his disreputable Derby right where
he left it. X. Victim.
Through passenger trains,
through freight trains, quick time
via the Chicago, Union Pacific and
Northwestern Line to the principal
cities east of the Missouri River.
The Best Place to Buy . . .
Furs, Fur Capes,
Shoes, and Toys
Is at the Big Stores of . . .
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO.
12TH & N STS., 1-2 BLOCK.
PRICES THE LOWEST . . .
COR. FOURTEENTH AND M STS., LINCOLN.
Open nt nil bourn; tiny or night. All fornix ot
ImtiiH, Turklfli, UubhIiui, Honmii, Klrctric, with
Hi(xlal attention to tlio npillcntion ol
Natural Salt Water Baths
Mvornl tlmcH Htronuer than wa water. Itlieumu
tlHtn, Kkln, Itlood, nml NurvoiiH Dlm'nHOH, I.Ivor
nml Kidney Trouble, mill Chronic Allmentu uro
Mny bo enjoyed nt nil Bennonx In our
Large Salt Swimming Pool,
M)xU0 feet, 4 to lu fiet ilccp, licatcil to n
uniform temperature of SO ilcRrceH.
SPECIAL KATES TO STUDENTS.
DRS. M. H. ft J. 0. EVERETT,
IS THE PLACE FOR STUDENTS TO PATRONIZE.
Phono 579. 2208 0 St.
Any OLD HAT tnnde over nn jjood an now. AIho,
Clothes Gleaned, Dyed, & Repaired.
IOSO I? STREET.
HIOH CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY.
Herzog Tailoring Co.,
Isadora ot Fashion at
120 N. Elovcnth St. Richards Mock.
210 North Ninth St.
BBST 16g. MBA.Z.S
Meals at nil hoars. Oysters and Qamo
M. E. GHEVE0NT, Prop. Opp. State Joarnal
ir you will drop a card toa--,
832 North 12th Stroot,
ne will call and pet your laundry, such ns Uii.
derwoar, Hocks, Night Holies, Colored BhlrU.ittc.
and do them up right. Hyery thing wearied
neatly without extra charge.
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OHAS. B. GEEGOEY,
(U. OK N. !,;
At 1100 0 Stroot, Richards
THE LANSING THEATRE
Has been engaged for the season by the
Misses Fur&u&on and JBvans,
who have opened a Dancing School for Ladies, Gentle
men, and Children, University Students arc cordially
invited to call and learn terms, etc.
Third floor of Lansing Theatre Building.
Jacob North & Co.
(Lincoln Paper House)-
PUBLISHERS, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
1116 TO 1122
The Students' Co-operative Book Co.
S. E. Cor. of University Hall.
Baker's Clothing House,
COMPLETE LIKE OF FURNISHING GOODS, TRUNKS AND VALISES.
Sulta made to ordor In Custom Department. Entire satisfaction Runrantccd.
Special Discount to Students. 1039 O Street.
Fine Cigars, Tobacco 1 Stationery.
All the Latest Novels always in Stock.
delivered to any part
L. L. MEAD, FRCP.,
That little nniNancc. tho
toothache, the worst of nil di
cases, en red in Ions than three
minntes, or nay be extracted
with little o? no pain!
Fine gold fillings for stu
dents at low rates. Best flint
teeth, that will be as good after
25 years' service as now. Bush
whacker teeth, best offered for
85, at your own price. Cheap
est teeth out. Everything in
the dental line of the best
quality at reasonable urates.
1200 O Ot. Booms O and 10.
DB, A. P. BURBVS.
Nebraska Pant and Suit Co.,
1 2 1 7 O Street,
(West halt ot Trunk Factory.)
All Wool Pants Made to Order,
flrstcicvs aud guaranteed to fit,
$3, $4, r and upwards.
f 15, 18. 920, and up.
Popular Frlcea. Goods sold by yard, and
Ends for Doy's Pants, etc,
Fow uncalled (or pants and sulta at your own
0. It. OAKLEY. O. N. Holcom, Cutter,
LINCOLN FRAME AND ART CO.
OnODP PICTUIIK3 framed nt Itodncod Prices to
Students. Artists' Supplies.
226 South 1 1th Street,
Block. Telephone 343.
and Cigar Stand
and CHICAGO PAPERS
of the city by carrier.
118 SO, 11TH STREET.
LINCOLN FRUIT STAND,
PDCCINELLI 11U0S., Props.,
17Vuits and Confbotlonory,
nuts. cian. AND TOBACCO.
Special attention glve.i to student and family
trado. Qoods delivered to all parts of the city.
27. W. Oor. O and. 13th Sis.
Suits to order, . $16.50 to $45.00
O vercoats to order 1 8. 00 to 40.00
Pants to order, . 3.00 to 10.00
We guarantee and keep all goods wo manu
facture in repair, for six months, free ot charge.
LINCOLN PANTS CO., 1223 0 St.
GEO. A. WEBB,
pnoi'RIKTOB or THE
OLIPP BARBER SIIOP
Spoclal attention paid to Students. Good
Work and Oentlemanly Treatment.
129 So. 12th Street, LINCOLN, NEB.
Furnished Rooms and Lodging
Jones JJIock, S. W. Cor. 12th and P Bts.
Entrance 1S9 North 12th St
Office, room 131.
V. V. JOKES.
Boots and Shoes Made io Order,
Repairing Noatly Dono at tho Lowest Prices.
SPECIAL HATKS TO 8TUPENTS.
1044 O Streot, I.INflOI.K, HUB.
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