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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1897)
Best Service f
Most Complete and
YOU'LL FIND IT'S A GOOD PLACE.
FRANCIS BROS.. mT
Oysters, Fish and Game in (Season.
Also Restaurant at 1418 OSt. LINCOLN, NEHR.
Opon all night. Glvo us a call.
Wo make a Specialty of 15 cent Moals.
It's the Place..
You want to bo to when you want to
purchases magazines, periodicals, news
papers and novels. Always on hand.
Eleventh and O streets, Htchards block.
THE LINCOLN NEWS AGENCY,
0. L. SPP.NCBU, Mi!r
THE M. C LILLY COMPANY
College and Military Uniforms and Equip
ments. Oxford Gowns and Caps, Ban
ners Flags etc Correspondence Solicited.
H. W. BROWN,
Books and Stationery,
College Text Books.
Ami a eomploto stock of Standard and
217 SO. ELEVENTH ST
Bath House and Sanitarium.
Cor. Uth and M streets, Lincoln, Neb.
aatHsaaaJayl Cji i L Sjsfjy
Open at all Hours, Day nnd Night.
All forms of buth
TURKISH, RUSSIAN AND ROMAN.
DRS. M. H. AND J. O. EVERETT,
jsay they know they're on
the Burlington the mo
ment they strike It. It Is
so smooth so eisy so de
lightfully free from Jolts
and Jars und sudden
starts and stops.
Another proof of the
truth of what we try to
bring home to you every
week In the year that
for right down solid com
fort, the Burlington has
no real competitor among
the railroads of the west.
Omaha, Peoria, Chica
go at. josepn, Kansas
City, St. Louis, Denver
and Deadwood are only a
few of the points to which
It wllll pay you to take
F Hire cards, tickets and Information
apply at B. and M. depot or city ticket of
fice, corher of 10th and O streets.
a. W. Bonnell. C. P. & T. A.
Su'ils (gfa2 lo Order.
Cleaning anil Kcpntrliii; also Done.
126 SO, Mil St, 0Wohtenlnrt,OiWr
Colrcll & Leonard,
Allmnv. Now York.
Mukrrs of thf .
Caps, Gown and Hoods.
to the American Colleges and Universities.
Illustrated manual, samples, prices ot,
upon request. Gowns for the l'ulplt and
First National Bank,
N. S. IIAKWOOD, President.
CHAS. A. H ANNA, Vice-President.
F. M. COOK. Cashier.
C. S. LIPPINCOTT. and
H. S FKKBMAN. Ass't Cashier.
The itmhotltli'H r Brown tmlviTMiiy
havo decided that Uu- iudMit must elihoi
glvo up tlio mo of iuihi.vo or Iimvo oolletfo.
A now dormltoij will in- built "t ni
van! lo bo known as ltandolpn hall, it win
be flvo storlw hlgn "tnln fifty miltoH,
ntlil Will oont about n -,0,000. lOaoh siillo
will ooitlaln n xttM md ontJi mom, anil as
a ml two bod room
Vim miCBllon for Hi. Yulp-I'rlncmon do
Imto )iih boon submitted by Yale. Thr
question raadat Ri.ivn1 that llio twwer
of tho sjiooHor of ll United Stall hotuo
of Hnpiwpiuatlvoa i ditrlmeiital I'M"'
Ho Internal. Tlio rtVlmi.' Is lo 1o 1'"l' "
May 7, III Now llnwn.
Tlio unlvsislty of T. i.is has rv.iitly r
wlvod tha most vain ibio Kin in Us history,
a library of 88,000 ,!mn.s valued a; $100.
0oo. Tlio donor was 8wanii Palmer, the
Swedlrti vIcotoiihuI "I Austin, Tonus,
who has sprnt IUi '.uk In (be collec
tion of tboso books i.ii'l h vurrd many
of Hie rnfest troaam f N'v Yoik Lon
don and Kdliiburg
In th annual dob.to briwnnn Yale and
Harvard, Yalo was w.Morluus Tim debate
wis held at 1'omhiMne and Harvard's de
fU was tho second sli bos anal ilnol la
tlu history of tlolm between the two
unlvoiHltlos. Tho dooailon for debate was
ohoDon by llarvanl and Vale had the
oholso of Hldos. The question was; Re
solved; That tho Fnliod State should
adopt dollnltoly the lnglo gold standard,
and should doollno to outer a bimetallic
league, oven If Groti Hiltnla, Franco and
Gormnny should be willing to filter such
o league. Tlio Yalo dob.uor look the
negative anil wero greatly aided by Wil
liam .1, Bryan, who Ian nod them all of tho
lltwn litre and manusorlpt lie bad on the
The following gltf oM'otdiiiM Jl.MO.W
have boon Rlvm b IndUlduiils to eduei
tioiinl Institutions In Amotion: Stephen
GIrard. to Glrard college, $.ooo,000: .lohn
1). Rookefollor, to Chicago nnlvotslty, $7.
000,000; Loland Stanford lo Stanford uni
versity, SS.OrtO.000; George Penbody to var
ious foundations, $ii.00fl,000;: Asn Paiker
to Lohlgb university, $,R0O.lnio, Chillies
Pratt to instltuts of Brooklyn, 2.000,000;
Paul Tulano to Tulane university, New
Orleans. 2,r.00,000; Isaac Rich to Boston
nnlvotslty, $2,OuO,O0O, donas G. Clark, to
Clarke unlvoislty, Woroester Mass.. J2,
000,000; tho Vandorbllts to Bandorbllt unl
voislty, $1, 775,000; James Lick to tho uni
versity of California, $l,fioo,000j John C.
Green, to Ptlneoton, $1,600,000; William
C. Do Pauw, to DePauw university, $1,
000,r00; A. J. Droxol to Drexol Industrial
school, $1,500,000; Pcler Cooper to Cooper
Union, $1,200,000; Ezra Cornell tnd Henry
Y. Sage, to Cornoll university, onch, $1,-
It' No Longer a Question
WIipto tho youiiK mon buy tlio Nobby Kurnlahlny
(JoocIh nnd Hats. Il'mil tho
THE ARMSTRONG CLOTHING GO.
Tlmro Ih reason for 1 1) Ih. Tlio Armmronu; (Motliinu; Co.
nro up-lo (lau and t'nrrv a Htot-k which would do credit to
Chicago or Now York.
A Word abont Spring Suits
Wo havo an oniiroly now Hiock and our HiiitH for voung mon
at Sft.-IO, !?7.f)i), $10, $12, fin mill s?ifi havo a Hiylo and Hiinp
to thoni which !h only oqnnUul by our lot iMorohant Tailor
work. It costs you nothing lo investigate. Call and inspoct
tho best lino of Clothing, Hats, ami Furnishing Goods in No
hrask before you buy. Wo will SAVK you DOLLARS.
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.
1013 to IOI9 O Stroot, Lincoln.
"Improvement tbe Order of tb Age."
The New Model
Nos. 2, 3 and 4.
IuiiiroYcil Letter Spacing Mechanism
Adjustable Paper Feed
Automatic Ribbon Reverse
Marginnl Stops at any Point
Ball Bearing Throughout
(It Is positive, reliable rapid and easy
(Adjustable to any width of paper. Ad
mits of writing to tho oxtromo bottom
(Tho primary feed of the ribbon Is across
Its width with a stup by step movement
In the direction of Its letiKtb, with n
porfect AUTOMATIC reversing mechan
ism.) (A ball beating Is the minimum of fric
tion; it ieiulres less olt nnd attention
than nny other bcnrltiB. That quick
action nnd easy touch of tho Smith Pro
mlcr Is duo to ball bearlnps. No other
typewriter litis them.)
A MACItINK DKSIGNKD FOR RVRRY DAY USH WITH THK WORKING
PARTS 13NCASKD AND PROTKCTKD WHKN DESIRABLE.
WITH A FINISH THAT 18 U N E Q U A LE D.
The Smith-Premier Typewriter Co.
137 South Eleventh street.
A. G SPALDING & BROS.,
The name the guarantee.
Outfitters to all the leading colleges,
athletic clubs and preparatory schools.
Every Requisite for Athletic Sports
SPALDING'S BASEBALL SUPPLIES.
Managers should send
for samples and special
rates on uniforms and
supplies before purchas
ing. Every facility for the
best value at least cost.
Gymnasium Equipments Catalogue Free,
Spalding's Athletic Library contains books
on every form of athletic sport. Published
monthly. Price ten cents.
THE SPALDING BICYCLE.
Strong, light, easy running. Perfection
of mechanical skill.
A. G. SPALDING & BEOS.
New York, Chtc&go, Philadelphia.
Mrs. Wollmonnt You say you havo a
sick wife and three small children can't
you llnd work? Boggar (sobbing) It
wouldn't do no good, lady, do kids alnt
old enough tor work yet. Judgo.
Sonlor Con you toll why our collogo Is
such a learned placa? Fiosbman Certain
ly. Tho frosbmon always bilng a little
loarntng hore, nnd the soiiIoih never take
any away; honco It accumulates. Wcs
Sho said "yps." Sho had made real nil
his dreams, h's hopes that had seemed so
vague, so unattainable. It all scorned too
beautiful to bo true, and ho stood bewild
ered, as If afraid to movo lest ho should
awoke to find It a dream after all. Then
he drew bar to him, heart to heart, the
world stood still. But why did his faco (Hi
with that look of disappointment Why
did his frame tremble as In a ttunspoit
of keenest anguish What thought had
come to mar his groat happiness? Sho
had broken every cigar In his pocket
C. W. ECKERMAN MANAGER.
ELEGANT LINE OK POCKET
BOOKS- CARD CASES
and LEATHER NOVELTIES.
l)r Summer Tourists and Others.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Old Trunks in Exchange for New Ones.
LINCOLN TRUNK FACTORY, - 1217 0 Street.
C. j&.. "WIIRICIS:, FHOP
IF THE WORK IS DONE RIGHT
You never have any trouble with a point
cd toe shoe. I make a specialty of repar
Ing pointed and round toe shoes, having
he special apparatus to work with. It
will pay you to take your work where it
will bo done In the right way.
II CAPES. Practical shoemaker.
133 South Eleventh Street
I, M.PARKINSEN. CHAPftn.
BY THE WAY Do you know that ihr
North-Wi stern '.s tho biggest r.il road sy
tom touching Lincoln? That it has b.OOO
miles of track, tho besj. equipped In the
world, .hat It is the shortest lino to Ch
cngo, and makes tho quickest tlmo, nnd
Is tho only d rect through lino to St. Paul
and Duluth? It Is tho truth Just make
a noto of I. and when next you travel use
City Office 117 South 10th streot.
Depot corner 8th and S streets.
L SHjHpv&XfleHjHHIBB! 'zHiw
THE LUNCHEON ROOM.
The proprietors of tho university lun
cheon room announco that they are bet
ter prepared than ever to servo strictly
home, made goods with convenience to
all. A sample bill of faro is:
Soup 5 cents
Oystors, one dozen 20 cents
Plum pudding Scents
Bread and butter 2 cents
Coffee, tea or coooa i centB
Two Joughnuta 8 cents
Pie , , 6 cents
BETTER THAN EVER"
Tho 1897 BEN-IIUR BICYCLES embody moro new nnd genuine improvement
in construction than any other bicycles now before tlio public. Never boforo havo
audi excellent values been ottered for tho money. Our now line, consisting of eight
huperb models at $00, $75 and $125 for single machines, and $150 for tandems, with
BuitedB"U8 P offoretl such that tlio most exacting purchaser can be entirely
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO.,
72 GARDEN 8TRHBT. INDIANAPOLIS. IND.
OUB PINB POBTBR OATALOGUH MAILIO POR TWO 2-OBNT STAMPS.
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