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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1894)
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: Tariff Ten Dollar Suit Sale
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THING LIKE IT BEFORE
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR
st Place to Buy . . .
Furs, Fur Capes,
Shoes, and Toys
the Big Stores of . . .
; HERPOLSHEIMER & CO.
i 12TH & N 8T8., 1-3 BLOCK.
1ES THE LOWEST . . .
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.Commercial Barber Shop
, BOSS THE BEST WORK.
Finest Hath Rooms in tho City.
1 1 patronago solicited. Agency for tho Host
) 10 N. llth Street.
Kits Made to Order.
Cloaning and Kopnlrlng iiIhu Done.
S TTtli Sfr Ovor Wolilonbnrn'H CIrup
u. inn vji. btoro.
COR. FOURTEENTH AND M STS., LINCOLN.
Open nt nil liotirHj ilny or nlKlit. All forum ot
mtiiH, TurklHli. IUihhIhii, Hoiiiiiii, l.lfetrlc, with
ipoclnl uttuntlun to tlio uppllcatlun of
Natural Salt Water Baths
eovenil times Htronor thnn wen wntcr. Hlionma
tlBin, Skin, Illood, iml NorvoiiH DiminRCHj I.Ivor
,nnd Kidney Trouble, and Chronic AllmuutH uro
, treated HiieccaHlully.
!- SEA BATHING
May be enjoyed nt nil nennonn In our
Largo Salt Swimming Pool,
r.Oxl-IO feet. I to in feet deep, hciiti'd to n
uniform temperature of "fl dert'en,
SPECIAL KATES TO STUDENTS.
DRS. M. H. & J. 0. EVERETT,
IS THE PLACE FOR STUDENTS TO PATRONIZE.
Phone 579. 2208 0 St.
Any OLD HAT mndo ovor oh good n now. AIbo,
Clothes Gleaned, Dyed, 8c Repaired.
XOSO 3? STBKKT.
HIGH CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY.
Herzog Tailoring Co.,
Lenders of Fnfllilon at
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"x-123 N. Eleventh St.
N 2lJ North Ninth St.
BBST 15o. MBA.LS
Moala at nil hours. Oyster and Game
M. E. 0HEVR01IT, Prop. Opp, Btato Journal
ir you will drop a card m ! .
832 North 12th Stroot,"
He will call and pret your latlnd' Btich nB Un
derwoar, SockB, Night ItobeH.Colo- d ShlrtB.mc.,
end do them up rlnrht. Kverylhlng moaded
neatly without extra charge.
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Roferred to Hebbard.
'.Plio prisonor knolt, his lmnds
tied bohiiul him, his chost Imro.
" lluvo you nnylliinj: to say oro
you nro shot? " nskod tho soroant.
Tht! prisoner glanced nrouiul him.
II is eye look in the line of soldiers
with loaded pieces, ready nt u mo
ment's eommand to send him into
"Yes," he gasped. "Let my
fate he a solemn warning for all
soldiers never to go within four
miles of their superior oilieer with
The sergeant stepped hack.
"Squad! Ready! Aim! Fire!"
and tho transgressor of army regu
lations was no more.
(illttomitf liuiiu)iil Polly drow,
Hiiro gem of tlio briglitcHt hue,
Soo it sparklo in tlio lilit,
NovtT HliiniboriiiK after nilit.
Hut ont day, Oh fatal hour,
Polly met a dreadful shower,
No more Hparkle an wo pass
Quickfiilver'sall waHhcti off thogluBS.
Got away from that feastor meiii horzeu
Gel jiway from dan feiiHtor ho inh Btigt
Komen aie hier hoiiiii other nauht
Kor there's goiiifr to ho eim Hlacht
I'ihI dio inesKorH will be Hying in die luft.
H ds S-
It'H strango how it affects you,
Al plays you never feel it,
And even at a loot ball gamo
You manage to conceal it.
A very queer disease it is,
Heyond tho Arts of Healing,
For thorn's no "mediuus" alive,
Can cure "that tired feeling."
-11 C. IS.
Prof. F. in German "A groun
of springs, the warmest of which
is the so-called Sprudol, with a
lively boil "
Soviet h h)t i iietv. Tell your troub
les to a policeman the latest pin.
Headquarters for red ties. Kroner
!K5!I O .street.
They Took the Hint.
The publicity given to the Chan
cellor's notice, regarding the work
required of special students, had
the required effect, and to-day,
from the entire enrollment, there
are only nine students whoso record
is not in the possession of the reg
istrar. Of this number a few have
withdrawn from tho college, and
the others can be readily accounted
Jt must have been a gigantic task
to look after so many, yet this
duty fell to the lot of Miss Tut tie,
who unaided and alone, after work
ing every night until Jt) o'clock,
now possesses a complete record of
every attendant at the university
except the number mentioned.
Considering tho enrollment, this is
considered a fine showing for such
an early date.
Foot Ball and Tally-ho.
In spito of tho threatening
weather Saturday a gay tally-ho
party under the auspices of the
Delta TauDDelta fraternity turned
out to tlio foot bail game. Mack
intoshes and umbrellas were called
into service at frequent intervals
but this served only to add to tho
enjoyment. Tho coach was deco
rated with tho scarlet and cream of
tho university and the purple, gold
of tho Dolta Liu Delta's.
especial attention. Tin horns
served to roint'orco tho tired voices
of tlio party.
Tho participants wore lOna Kick-
ets, Lottio Clark, Maude ltissor,
Kola Paddock, 1'erey Mor-e, (Jrace
(ierr.'ird. Lena Dewecse, iloe Lolt
ridge, and Helen llnrwood.
Messrs. "Weaver, Lenhotl', AhvMul
len, Lyon, Harnes, Hrown, Harbor,
Marlay, and Whitmoro.
Two other members of this fra
ternity, Messis Mnnlcy and Strode
with Miss Shaw and Miss Buek
slair, went in a Kensington.
A Social for '97.
Tho class meeting held by the
sophomores yesterday afternoon
was not very well attended, nor
was there an intense display of en
thusiasm. The report of the com
mittee was adopted, which was to
the effect that a literary and social
reception should be hold within
four or five weeks from date in
one of the halls of the literary so
cieties. The various committees
wero appointed and the necessary
Six Ride tho Goat.
Tho Sigma Alphs indulged in an
initiation last night and six new
members wont through tho "paddy
whacks. " They are George John
son, John Farwell, Everett Saw
yer, of Lincoln; Harry Minor,
Nelson; Stanley Pickett, Ashland;
and Ed. Mayers, St. Joe.
No Team For Baker.
The faculty and trustees of Maker
University have finally declared the
game abolished at that institution.
As a result it is reported that seven
of the boys who were last year in
the champion team of the west left
for Oltawa to enter the Ottawa
University. The departing boys
were driven to the depot, followed
by a large concourse of students,
girls ns well as boys. The carri
ages as wella ssovoral business
houses, were draped in black, and a
black Hag floated from a college
building. This now takes all the
old foot ball eleven from the Uni
versity. Several wero ollicers in
military department; several are
seniors in the University. A num
ber of students have signified their
intention of not returning next
year, and many of the best friends
of the school declare this to bo a
blunder of the worst sort.
Tho Chancellor has completed
the first draft of the financial
budget for the next biennium. lie
has simply entered, as is customary
in making the first draft, into the
demands reported by tho depart
ments as minimum demands and as
absolutely imperative demands.
These foot up $!)0,(U() more than
the present income of the university
for tho biennium. Tho task now is
to reconcile tho imperative and
minimum demands with tho possi
ble resources. Of course every
professor thinks his requirements
nro reasonable and ought to be mot,
and that all tho other follows are
This fablo teaches the difficulty
which must bo encountered by the
Our Patrons Got.
Through pussongor trains,
through freight trains, quiok time
via tho Chicago, Union Pacilic and
Northwestern Lino to tho principal
cities east of tho Missouri Itivor.
Misses Ferguson and Evans of St.
Louis, liavo opened a dancing school
in tho Lansing dancing hall for la-
I dies, gentlemen,missesand masters.
Browning, King & Co.
1013 TO 1019 O ST.
That little liuiNiuicc. the
toothache, the v.oi'Ht of all Uh
cuhch, cured in Ichm than three
minutes, or may he extracted
with little or no pain!
Fine gold HUiiigM for ntn
dentN at low rates. JtcNt Hint
teeth, that will bo iin good after
5 yearV service iin now. IttiNli
whackcr teeth, host offered tor
85, at your own price. Cheap
est teeth out. livery thing in
the dental lino of the best
quality at reasonable rates.
1808 O St. Rooms O and 10.
Wit. A. 1 liUHRUS.
Nebraska Pant and Suit Co.,
1217 O Street.
(Woatlialf of Trunk Factory.)
All Wool Pants Made to Order,
nrnNclnns rtnd nunnuitood to lit,
f:i. $1. $5, $0, nnd upwards.
$1D, 18. $'.'0, and up.
Popular Prices. Goods sold by yard, and
Knds for Hoy's Pants, etc,
Fow uncallod for pants nnd suits nt your own
O. It. OAKLEY. O. N. Holcom, Cutter.
Jacob North & Co.
(Lincoln Paper House)
PUBLISHERS, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
1116 to 1122
S. E. Cor. of University Hall.
Baker's Clothing House,
COMPLETE LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS, TRUNKS AND VALISES..
Suits luado to order In Custom Department. Entire satisfaction guaranteed.
Special Discount to Students. 1039 O Street.
Mead's News and Cigar Stand
Fine Cigars, Tobacco 1 Stationery.
AH the Latest Novels
delivered to any part
L. L. MEAD, Prop.,
LINCOLN FRAME AND ART CO.
QRODP riCTUItnS framod nt lleducod Prices to
Students. Artists' Supplies.
226 South 1 1 th Street
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LINCOLN FRUIT STAND,
1'UCOINEMiI 1IU0S., Props.,
UVuitH iintl ConfloHoiioi'y,
NUTl, CtOAna, AND TOBAOOO.
Special nttentlou kIvoii to student nnd family
trade Goods dellverod to nil parts ot tho city.
XT.W. Oor, o ami IStU Sis.
Suits to order, . $16.50 to $45.00
Overcoats to order 18.00 to 40.00
Pants to order, . 3.00 to 10.00
Wo Ruaruntco and kcop nil Roods wo manu
facture in rcpnlr, for six months, free ot chnrgt.
LINCOLN PANTS CO., 1223 0 St.
GEO. A. WEBB,
rnoi'itiKTon or mit
OLIPP BARBER SHOP
Special attention pnld to Students. Oood
Work nnd Uoiitlemanly Trent inont.
129 So. 12th Street, LINCOLN, NEB.
Furnished Rooms and Lodging
Jones Block, S. W. Cor. 12th and P Sts.
Eutranco 130 North 13th St.
Offlco, room J 38.
M. V. JONKS.
Co-operative Book Co.
always in Stock.
and CHICAGO PAPERS
of the city by carrier.
us so, iith street.
Boots and Shoes Made to Order,
ItepnlrliiB Neatly Done nt tliu Lowest Prices,
SPKOIAI, 1IATU8 TO HTUDISNTS.
Lodwith Ulk.(I$u8omont) near cor. 11 &P
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