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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1895)
Tho nbovo cut Ih u portrait of EIIiih
Maker, Hid populist candidate for
elork of tho diatricL court and omlor.su.il
1V tlio Uomocratic party. IIo i.s pro
prietor of tho well known O .struct
clothing Iiouhc ami Is well known to a
majority of University students. Man
agers of tho varloitH college publica
tions know him through bin generous
treatment, as lie has a space with all
of them. He is one of the best known
men in tho county.
During tho one term in which holms
served as clerk ho has endeavored to
to conduct tho affairs of the olllco in
an olllcicnt and satisfactory manner,
and it i.s conceded that his efforts in
that diicctiou have been eminently
Mr. linker has been recently re-nominated
for tho second term ami is now
before the people of tho county for
their sulT rage and support If re
elected ho will continue to discharge
the duties entrusted to him in an ac
THE COLLEGE WORLD.
Ex-l'resldont Harrison lias been of
fered tho presidency of tho Indiana
Tho Chicago athletic club is making
arrangements for a trip which, if car
ried out. will bo the longest toot ball
trip over made. It will bo through
California, Oregon, Montana, Colorado
ami possibly Now Orlonns. They will
play the teams of the leading colleges
nnii athlfltic clubs in this territory.
Fcroase tho interest in
games, Mr. Cuylor,
chairman othe Princeton advisory
board, has olfercd a cup to the class
winning the championship. As a re
ward foi individual effort the manage
ment will also give a grand-stand
ticket to tho Yale game to each mem
ber of tho winning class team.
Chicago University lias refused for
tho present to notice any applications
for tho degree of LL. D.
Ninety-nine What kind of huts do
tho fellows wear hero, anyhow?
Ninety-eight Oh, whatever suits
their heads best. Most of tho fresh
men wear soft ones. Ex.
I. Thou shalt worship no other col
lego than tho Uni.
II. Thou shalt not mako unto thy
self any ponies nor put into any recita
tion the likeness of a bluff. Thou shalt
not writo funny verso for tho oxcliango
editor, for such sins are visited upon
tho third and fourth generations, for
tlioy will bo dug up as original years
hence and indicted upontlio.se that fol
low these commandments.
III. Itemomber tho Uni yell to keep
it ho(w)ly, for ho will not bo kept
sound that useth not this yell.
IV. Honor thy Alma Mat?r and lier
ideals, and look not alono to socials
nor frats, for scholarship is tho jowel
of tho college, and sterling worth is
her adornment; soo that thou prefer
these or tho days of thy collego life
may bo too long.
V. Six days shalt thou work and
keep thyself in tho class roam, and tho
seventh day thou shalt write a letter
unto thy household and ask for much
gold. For in six days the expenses ro
great and bills tiro collected, whereup
on tho almighty dollar has blessed and
hallowed thy debts.
VI. Remember the ponies to keep
them fed and groomed.
VII. Thou slialt not commit dopre
dations when tho Uni wins a foot ball
VIII. Thou shalt not steal hats.
IX. Thou slialt not visit thy neigh
bor's house and swipe his note books.
X. Thou shalt not covet tho bugs
of tho froHhman nor his butterllle.s, nor
his beetlos, nor anything that is the
freshman's. With revisions, from an
Tim McCarthy Say, Gull, wot kind
of or dawR Is dat ilawg o' yourn, aro ho
Cully McCall You hot ho nro ho'n
a Irish sottor ho's alius sottln' around
whon cloys Hoinothlnk to do. What
kind Ih yourn?
Tim Mlno mus' ho a fox hound; ho's
bo (lorn foxy, whonovor I go to shoot at
nnythlnk ho runs bohlnt a tree Truth.
Horn anil llnrimfttir.
In Himimor ho sworo at tho swoUorlng
And la wlntor ho cursed at tho cold;
Uut what ho will do la tho sweet by-aiul-by
In a talo that will novor ho told.
Might I.uy llurinlf Optut to Arrnt.
Mrs. McHiido (ontorlng tho kltchon)
Hrhlgot, didn't 1 soo that policeman
Hrldgot Well, mum, suro an' yoz
wouldn't hov mo lay mosllf opon to nr
rlst for roslstln' an onlcer, mum?
"Why havo you given up your on
gngoiaoat with Miss Long?
"On account of her past."
"Yes; It Is too long."
Wlion wo got ono touch of a torrid
Wo howl and kick at tho horrid boat;
And whon old Morons blows a blast,
Tho things wo say aren't lit to ropeat.
Wlmt I Your Nit inn?
Patronizing Old Goat What Is your
name, my little man?
Young Innocent Robert, sir.
"Hut what la your other naiiio?"
YVitntitil Flower on Her (iriive.
Brldo (on shipboard at sea in a storm)
I feol so sick, my dear, and If I should
die, and they bury mo bore, you'll some
times conio and plant flowers on my
grave, won't you, darling?
Why Shu Novor Smllcil.
"Dora must havo suffered some tor
rlblo disappointment. One novor sees
hor Bmllo nowadays. What Is tho mat
- VJJirre. front- ioelh-tfulled."
Makes 1 1 lilt it Holler Mini.
H3 It makes mo a better man ovory
tlmo I kiss you, my darling.
She Oh, my dear Harold! How
good you must bo now.
Beauty, thoy soy, Is only skin deep,
but In many cases It never goes doepor
than face paint and powder.
Hairdresser Yes; I prldo mysolf. on
tho fact that all tho falso hair I sell Is
Tho Smith-Pi omlor Typewriter Co.
havo moved their olllco to li)5 So. 11th
Street, where thoy aro showing their
Nicw 3ioni-; i.s Nos. 2, 51, and I. If you
havo not examined them come in and
do so. A full lino of typewriting sup
plies handled. Tolophono -1511). C. W.
Best quality regulation white cadet
gloves are 10c at the Ewlng Clothing
Co., 1115 and 1117 O.
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 118
south Eleventh street.
Go to Constanccr'fl barber shop, 1010 O
street. First class workmen employed.
Don Cameron's lunch counter, 118
South Eleventh Btreet.
The Lincoln news agency, headquar
ters for news, magazines and novclQ.
Harper's Century, Munsey's, Scrlbner's,
Cosmopolitan and other periodicals al
ways in stock. N. E. corner Eleventh
and O Btreets, Richard block, J. E.
Ed Young's for now cigars, pipes and
tobacco 1201 O street.
Burlington's personally conducted
excursions to Utah and California. A
Pullman tourist sleeping car will leave
Lincoln every Thursday at 12:15 ,p.
m. for Denver, Salt Lake, Ogden, San
Francisco and Los Angeles. Only $5
for a doublo berth Lincoln to Los An
geles in one of these cars. Remember
there is no change of cars. For full In
formation and tickets apply at Bur
lington & Missouri depot or city ticket
ofllce, corner Tenth and O streets.
G. W. Bonnell, C. P. & T. A.
Tho Ti'iUli !ruhoil lllni.
"No Cu'iilil'n dnrt
10'or pldrcotl my hmirt,
Kor I'm iiivulrioriililo, mlsa,"
Said Cholly Churl
Unto ii girl
Who coyly offered him a kiss.
Hlio gave a glanco
At hi in 'iiakanco,
Wliloh made Ills rattled hralnlot whirl;
And thqn ho swooaod
When soft ulio crooned,
"You must woar corsets iniido of atool."
A Mountain I'hkh.
lOngllsh Tourist Tho landlord tolls
mo, my dour, that no ono Is allowed up
this part of tho mountain without a
apodal penult signed by tho police.
Ills Spouse Indeed, John; I supposo
that's what thoy call a mountain pass.
A Menu Ainu.
"I woiulor," said a young Hnrlom
lady "why Hymen Is always ropro
sontod as carrying a torch."
To which hor baoliolor undo snoor
Ingly responded: "To Indicate that ho
always makes It warm for pooplo who
A Moilnrii Mm-tyr.
"What makes you look so worn and
As If you were quite tired of Ufo?"
"Alasl" ho sighed, la acconts dreary,
"I'vo just boon shopping with my
(Jliitngcil Her Xu me.
Ho You lioro a good nanio when you
Ho Hut you don't now.
Sho Hut you know I changed It whon
I married you.
'I hut Wn Ills ItiiHlueiH.
Imp I say, boss, how do you llko this
habit that pooplo on earth aro getting
Into of cremating their dead?
Satan I don't llko It at all; I'm sup
posed to attend to that.
The Letter "r"
Tho addition of tho letter "1" to tho
motto on our colnngo would prove
highly satisfactory to the nntl-sllvor-ltcs.
"In Gold Wo Trust."
The latest shapes ami patterns In
neckwear just received at tho Ewing
Clothing company, 1115 and 1117 O.
Miss Ferguson, who conducted the
dancing school so successfully in tho
Lansing theatre dancing hall last fall,
has returned and is again ready for
business. Many university students
will testify to her ability to teach the
Terpslchorcan art to awkwrd individ
uals. Now pupils can come in at any time.
Regular lessons uro given Monday,
Wednesday and Friday evenings at 8
o'clock. Anyone Intending taking
dancing lessons should consult Mss Fer
guson us soon as possible. She may
be found at tho hall fom 4to G p.m. on
Mondays, Wcdnesduys and Fridays, or
at her residence, 1C10 G street.
Ah Miss Ferguson has tho use of
Lansing hall, parties desiring to secure
it for dancing purposes may do so by
arrangement with her.
OF 500 OVERCOATS
BAKER CLOTHING HOUSE
1039 0 STREET.
C. A. SHOEMAKER, M.D.,
(U. OV N , SO.)
Office, No. 1134 I, St., Ground Floor
HOURS, 7 TO 0 A.M.; 1 TO 3
AND 7 TO 0 P M.
. . . PRINTER
1115 P Street, Lincoln
CARDS, PROGRAMS, IN
VI'ATIONS Good Work. Trues Reasonr.ble.
The Ewlng Clothlntr company are the
V 'uiooun jo sjojioto pooiad rninrad
vuu wm uujivinco you. J no anu illiwj.
KfiO L e t
226 So. 1 1th St.Ground Floor.
Special Hates to s Stubents.
VIA THE UNION PACIFIC
. . TO . .
"The Italy of America,"
Southern -California has very truthfully been callod; with its fruita and flowers, u
Students, whoa you want to go hoinooithor to points on tho main lino or to
City Ticket Office
E. D. SLOSSON,
F0R The Lai est Hair Gut
THEY SAY WE'RE ALL RIGHT. S. E. Cor. 12th & 0.
fftrst Wat1! Sana,
N. S. HARWOOD i'rcsldcnt.
CIIAS. A. HANNA, Vice-President.
F. M. COOK. Casliier.
C.S. I.1PPINCOTT, mid
II. S. FREEMAN, Ass't Cashiers
N.S. Harwooi), 1. 1). Maci'Aulam),
ClIAS. A. llANNA, T, M MAKQUKITK,
John Pitohkami John II. Amhs,
1). W. Co k, J L. Carson,
F. M. Cook. A. U. Ci.auk.
J. Ii. Wmoht, F. E. Johnson, J. II. McClay,
President. Vice-President. Cashier,
John Amhs, Ass't Cashier.
Columbia Natl Bank,
A. S. Raymond, Chas. West, Thos. Cociiiian.
114 SOUTH 12th STREET
Is tho place to get your Choiee Ameri
can lieauty nnd llosea of any shade.
Carnations and all lloral work guaran
teed. Decorations a specialty.
PREY & TREY,
1213 O ST
Q N-pAd FI C.
1044 O Street.
J. T. MABTIN,
gCity Tiokot Agont.
LINCOLN FRUIT STAND
l'UNNIOELLI UROS., Props.
FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY.
Nuts, Cigars, and Tobaoco.
Special attention silvan to student nnil family
trade. Uoods dellvored to nil parts ol the city,
N.W. Oor. O and 12tu Sts.
W. F. COLE,
Capital fiotei Barter Sf?op
Corner 1 lth &P Sts.
COMMERCIAL BARBER SHOP.
DOES THF BEST WORK.
The Finest Bath Rooms in the City.
Student)' patronnKo solicited, Agency lor tho
120 North 1 lth Street.
H, W. BROWN,
Books and Stationery,
And a Complete Stock ot
Standard and Miscellaneous Books
217 SO. ELEVENTH ST.
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