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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1894)
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"Doc," Mveroll Ims a now ovoi'
ooivt. No, uUono,n yon canM liavo
Ihoso roil hIiooh.
There aro Homo oxplanationw duo
In tills university.
II, P. Dowling has licon lu-anl
from, at O'Nuill, Nob.
It is uotieerf tint ovon tho ice
nion aro wearing swoaturn.
How about that thirty cunts you
won on tho olcolion, Nelson (
Miss G. Do you think thoy ovor
niado sense with this poolry (
Thoy say Koone Abbott is an art
ist, lluvo wo any proof of tliis i
For '1)7 olass pins cull at 10.
Fleming's, tho jeweler, 12LM O st.
Has Whit more die I? If not,
what has become of the dear fel
V. H. MoLucas is able to bo
around again after a few days' ill
ness. Students who p.itronio Paine,
Wiivfol & Bumstoad will never re
Mead's news stand is tho stu
dents' headquarters for news, ei
It is said that RudoIphusiStraus
mm spent Sunday, a week ago, at
During (.'apt. Weeks' absence,
Lieut. Forbes is drilling the awk
wards of Co. A.
Tho most complete line of driv
ing caps will be found at the IOw
ing Clothing Co.
When tho lights went out: "S.iy,
don't light tint gas; this tima goes
on my history."
The local editor promised that he
would say nothing about that rule
to West Lincoln.
A lively foot ball game is antici
pated between tho Junior laws and
Junior college teams.
Students should bo very sure
that they have a vacant period be
fore taking buggy rides.
Miller & Paino have now settled
in their new store whero thoy aro
now prepared for business.
We give a free ticket to the
Wilbur Opera Co. with every pur
chase. A. Kroner, 039 O street.
We are headquarter for good
underwear, from l)'. cents pur gar
ment to 5 per suit. Kwing Cloth
Miss Emm i Gregory left for
Galveston, Tex is, this morning to
visit her father, who is suffering
from a broken lor.
Heard in Hygiene: Prof. C.
"Mr. Kemp, what is the composi
tion of the air'" Mr. K. "Do
you mean in tho morning?"
The Ewing Clothing Co. re
ceived another invoice of the very
latest styles in overcoats. Thoy
aro up to date. Step in and see
Mr. llorbert Senter, of tho clas
of '93, is here visiting friends. II0
leaves in a few weeks for Heidel
berg, Germany, where he will con
tinue his study in chemistry.
Janus A. Btrklcy, who gradu
ated from tho electrical engineer
ing department in '92, is mentioned
quite prominently in an article
on Philadelphia's street railway
system, contained in the last issue
of tho Now York Electrical World.
Ho is now with tho Philadelphia
His overcoat ho bought it at
and it wan right.
When she goes home at 12 m.
he goes with her, and when she
slays Mill one, the other he goes
A senior girl has boon hoard to
remark that CapU lOlliot looks too
sweet for anything in his now uni
form. W. V. II. "Fix.. H-r-ri!
sput ! ! 1 Who in tho name of Jef
ferson put tho soap in that tin
cup i i "
Go to Mrs. Gosper's, 11M O st.
to look at millinery and at the
same tinio have your hair dressed
in latest style.
Carlile Tucker got quite a sliif
little roast in the Stub Jmirmtl last
week. Hut ho is getting used to
those little things.
Latent novelties in men's fur
nishing goods 10 pur cent dis
count to students Kroner, tho
shirt man, 9.39 O street.
The detachment in athletic gym
nastics has gotten to tho point
whero thoy can do (!,()()() circles
without unking llieni sore.
Tribly very likely did not buy
underwear of Ilorpolshuimer &
Co., but nearly every intelligent
person in this community does.
There will be a large number of
the university students go to
Omaha, Tlnnusgiving. Let every
man in school take a tin horn and
Mr. Senter has raised an elegant
mustache which is one of tho en
trance requirements in Germany.
He will probably come back a full
riie bir sale of underwear for
men, women, and children now in
progress at Horpolshoiniar & Co.
Price- a mare bagatelle as com
pared with qualities.
The chancellor spjko at Peru
Thursday evening, lie being the
first speaker in a course of lectures
which has been determined upon at
tho state normal school.
In ordor that a cadet may be ex
cused from drill on account of ill
ness, ho must be taken siek between
the hours of three and four o'clock,
according to Dr. Clarke,
Mx-President Harrison liai been
invited to deliver the address char
tor day. He has boon invited to
do the same on a former occasion,
but it is thought the invitation will
be acceptod tliis time.
For Sale. A set of encyclopedia
Britannica, Ninth Edition, with
American revisions and additions,
at a greatly reduced price, for cash
or on time. Address F. T. lliley
care of Nebraskan.
The tennis association expects to
hold their fall tournament in a
short time. All players desiring
to enter must join tho association
at once and pay their dues, for only
paid-up members are permitted to
use the courts. This tournament
undoubtedly will bring out tho new
material if) the tennis lino.
Some additional boxes from tho
Morril zoological expedition have
been rceeivcrl from Custor, S. D.
Others are expected by every train,
from Deadwood, and other cities.
These boxes contain a good many
specimens for the high schools of
the state. Thoy will bo distributed
as rapidly as thoy can bo labeled
and sent out.
Tho class in journalism has boon
giving attention to learning the
whereabouts and nature of tho
most inmorlant foreign news
papers. Tho domestic press will
no takon up when this part of the
subject is finished.
The Y. M. U A. has been fur
nishing its now room during the
pant weok. An elegant couch and
four rooking chairs woro purchased.
These improvements make the
room look vory homelike. Any
one wishing to study in tho room
during the afternoon is cordially
Tho freshman boys hold a meet
ing yesterday afternoon at which
it was decided to organize a class
team. IOd Mair was elected man
ager and Sergeant captain. There
was a good deal of enthusiasm dis
played and the boys are loud in
their declaration (hat they will
beat everything in tjio college and
all it can find outside.
At tho business meeting of tho
Political Economy Club last Wed
nesday evening, Oio following new
members were voted in. Mrs. W.
G. Taylor, Mrs. L. J. Abbot, W.
H. Forsyth, Ned Abbot, K P. Toole,
McGuire, and Leavitt. At the
next open meeting of the club,
Chafioollor Canlield will deliver a
lecture on "Hanking".
Tho ladies of the faculty mot at
tho homo of Mrs. Canlield last
Tuesday afternoon. A club, to bo
known as the N. S. U. Current
Event Club was formed. Tho club
has a three fold object: to promote
social life at the university, especi
ally among the students; to in
crease sociability among tho mem
bers ot tho taculty, and to hold a
semi-monthly propram discussing
current events. Tho enthusiasm
with which tho ladies enter into
this new organization guarantees
success. The next meeting of the
club will be held at the home of
Mrs. Hossoy, two weeks from last
Probably the most prominent
among tho absentees from tho uni
versity this year is George Letson.
Indeed, no one is more greatly
missed by the students in gen oral.
Undoubtedly ho was the best
known man in tho college. Every
body knew him and all who know
him liked him. Whenever a young
lady could iind no one else to
"josh" with, Georgo could bo re
lied upon, and whenever a young
man was struck by a wild scheme,
the young man at once sought out
George, and ho was not hard to
lind, for he went everywhere and
with everybody. While Georgo is
not in school, yet ho is in Lincoln
and very often conies in touch with
those whom ho loves. Ho is at
present following out the trade of
a hardwaro man, and it is hoped by
all, that things will bo so arranged
as to permit Air. Letson to be with
us next year.
Passengers destined to tho prom
inent cities of the Missouri llivor
should patronize the Chicago, Union
Pacific and Northwestern Line.
Magnificent Pullman and Wagner
sleeping cars, ologant Pullman and
Northwestern dining cars, free re
clining chair cars, liandsomo day
coaches and comfortable Pullman
colonist sleepers. City ticket office
1044 O street.
Our Patrons Get.
Through passenger trains,
through freight trains, quick time
via tho Chicago, Union Pacific and
Northwestern Lino to tho principal
cities cast of tho Missouri Kivor.
If you want
to Look Neat
SHOES . . .
: 1213 O ST. :
SHOE . . .
OI-IA.8. B. GEEGOR
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At 1100 0 Street, RIolmrds Blook. Telephone 343.
THE LANSING THEATRE
DANCING HALL ....
Has been engaged for the season by the
Misses JPurguson and Bvana, l-
who have opened a Dancing School for Ladies, G
men, and Children, UnvwsHy Students are cor
invited to call and learn terms, etc.
Third floor ot Lansing Theatre Building.
We do not Offer
To give students or any other class of people su
discounts, but sell to all at the same low prices.
invite you to our new store, 1235 to 1239 O Sti
and think we can please you.
Miller & Paine.
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V. It. DAWKS. Hocrotnri
Conl (lcllvorcil to Htuili'titx
In any iiiutiMty ili-Nlruil.
1045 0 Street
When you want
Corner 13tli and O Streets.
Tfl OMAHA a11 points Eaat, Kansas Oity:
in a nr
Denver and all Colorado points, Ogden, Salt Lake, Butte
Helena, Portland and Spokane Falls, Seattle, Tacoma
' Alaska. San Francisco and I Los Angeles.
' For illustrated descriptive books, time cards, or any in;
. mation, call on or address,
E. B. SLOSSOH, Gin. Agt., J. T. MASTIN, City Ticktt. AftJ
1044 O Street, T.IBCOJ.TS, irXB.
maxwell's yodW, ',,
Tho Choicest of Candies and Con
fections. Pure Ice Cream and Ices.
130 South 12th.
PRANK A. GRAHAM,
Livery and Boarding Stables.
1027 and 1029 Q Street.
PRICES JUST RIGHT,
Work the Finest.
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