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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1897)
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Most Complete and
YOU'LL FIND IT'S A GOOD PLAGE.
FRANCIS BROS., ms?U
Proprietor, Q&pjt&J Cafe.
Oysters, Fish ami Gunio in Season.
Also Restaurant at 1418 0 St, LINCOLN, NEBR.
Open all night. Give us a cull.
We make a Specialty of 15 cent Meals.
It's the Place..
You want to go to when you want to
purchase magazines, periodicals, news
papers and novels. Always on hand.
Eleventh and O Btreots, Richards block.
THE LINCOLN NEWS AGENCY,
C. L SPENCER, Mur.
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.
And a comploto stock or Standard and
127 SO. ELEVENTH ST
Bath House and Sanitarium
Open at all Hours, Day and Nlxht
All forms of bath
TURKISH, RUSSIAN AND ROMAN.
DRS. M. H. AND J. O. EVERETT,
AH fomm of baths Turkish, Russian,
electric, with spoelnl attention to the ap
plication of NATURAL SALT WATER
bn hs, nevornl times stronger than sea
water, for the cure of rheumatism, ner
vous difficulties and many other diseases.
The nath HotiBt Is the most complete in
tho world. Soa Bathing may be enjoyed
at nil seasons In our large, magnificent
Salt Water Swimming Pool, MxlEO ft.,
and 3 to 10 ft. doep, heated to a uniform
temperature of SG dogreos.
IT IS 7,257
AND HAS RUN
A SPECIAL TRAIN
CHICAGO TO DENVER
1025 MILES IN
1047 MINUTES AND
Is the short lino to Chicago, Peoria, S,t.
Louis, Kansas City, and Denver, No
change of cars. For tickets and Infor
mntlon apply at B, & M. depot or city
ofliu', corner 10th and O sts. Lincoln, Neb.
U. W. BONNELL C. P. & T, A.
nils uYqko.2, io feraer.
Cleaning and Repairing also Done.
126 SO. lltll SI, -Wol,lonWsC.Bar
Cotrell & Leonard,
Albany, New York.
Makers of the..
Caps, Gown and Hoods.
to tho American Colleges and Universities.
Illustrated manual, samples, prices etc.,
upon request. Gowns for the Pulpit and
First National Bank,
N. S. IIARWOOD, President.
CUAS. A. IIANNA, Vice-President.
F. M. COOIC, Cashier.
C. S. LIPPINCOTT, and
II. S. FREEMAN, Ass't Cashier.
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 peclal
rates ok uniforms and
supplies before purchas
ing. Every facility for the
best value at least cost.
Gymnasium Equipments Catalogue Free.
Spalding's Athletic Llhrary 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 & BROS.
New York, Chicago, Philadelphia.
(Continued from llrstpagc.)
only thnt Is not what ahoy call It. There
hod been wmo llttlo preparation for this
und when overyono ono assembled on tho
campus tho sight was gorgeous. Thoro
woro narly two hundred boys In lino and
their tunics ranged from Httlo bob-tailed
robes to long ones that trailed grandly on
tho paving. The battalion led by tho
band playing worno than usual started
down town In admlrablo ordor. At Uio
head of tho battalion was Bill Hnyward
In a make-up that would make 101 Cap
ital! hldo his head. Ho woro a bandmnH
tor's coat and uap-whlto ducks and a
wild and llereo facial decoration. Ho had
In his hands a pair of busted sJjponrt
era by which ho led u very active and
docllo frog, with n protruding abdomen.
This was Davvy. Ho had two big pillows
stuffed In front to llll out his costumo
and tho big head ho woro had a workable
mouth Small boys took great delight In
throwing rocks Into his stomach by way
of friendly greeting One tlmo when a
llttlo gamin got a llttlo too strong with
his brickbats, Dawy opened tho frog's
mouth to remonstrate with him, and tho
kid t'hrew u handful of mud In tho mouth
hitting tho boy sorgennt all oer tho low
er pun of his faee. A gtoat majority of
tho mud wont down his throat und ho
was consequently troubled with a hnck
Ing cough until ho could got a hot Inter
nal bath. Even now ho complains of a
frog In his throat. Wherever there was
a largo crowd and thero generally was
Bill would beat Davvy upon tho sido
walk with the old gallusses and make
him danco while Bill sang "Hlng-Tlng-Tl".
Ho realized quite an amount by pas
sing tho hat but Davvy being mutely a
poor dumb beast was not allowed to
On a street between Eleventh and
Twelfth, they had a dress parndo while
tho wfholo police force kept tho kids from
annihilating Davvy Harry Oury In light
blue pajamas, that lltted him llko a
child's bathing suit, and a sugur-loaf
dicer, reviewed the battalion. Parm came
scorching up on a wheel with orders.
When he was sent to his post, he Jumped
on his wheel again and seordhed down
tho end of the lino with his, night shirt
popping behind him In tho breeze. Every
ono went Into Rector's where a welcnmo
Invitation had been given them to como
In und drink phosphate at tho expense
of Uio establishment. Jlggs Davis was so
touched by tho generosity of Mr. Rec
tor that ho Insisted on playing "El Cnpt
tan" march for him, on tho tuba. Ho
wns finally prevailed upon to ceaso by
Stub Burgot who threw him out on the
They went to thp chancellor's home but
wero unablo to find him so they came
down town ngain and tried to got In the
Lansing theatre. Manager Dowdcn Bald
thoy could go In for a few minutes If
they would leave tho band outslnde. Jigs
objected and said that ho Intended to go
liiHldo nnd moreover he was going to
play a solo on his tuba tho minute ho
got there. Tho gang would havo proba
bly gone In anyway If a large dog had
not seen Davvy In his frog's clothes nnd
chased Qilm down to tho Iadvict. Tho
battalion followed nnd began to pull trol
lies off tho wire. Tho wholo polleo force
looked on nnd didn't havo a word to say.
Tho crowd was dismissed nbout 12
o'clock and It didn't tako tho boys long
to go to bed slnco they had been pre
pared to retire all tho evening.
IF THE WORK IS DONE RIGHT
Yon never have any trouble with a point
ed toe shoe. I make a specialty of repar
lng jointed and round toe shoes, having
the special apparatus to work with. It
will pay you to take your work where it
will be done In the right way.
H CAPES, Practical shoemaker.
133 South Eleventh Street.
BY THE WAY-Do you know that the
North-Western Is tho biggest railroad sys
tem touching Lincoln? That It has 8,000
miles of track, the best equipped In the ,
world, that It Is the shortest line to Chi
cago, and makes tho quickest time, and
Is tho only direct through line to St. Paul
and Duluth? It Is the truth. Just make
a note of I. nnd when next you travel use
City Offlco 117 South 10th street, i
Depot corner 8th and S streets.
DON CAMERON Lunch counter and
short order house. 118 South 11th St.
Dr. S.E. COOK, praotice limited to
eye, car, nose and throat. 1215 O street.
Just try a 10c box of Caacarets, the finest
liver and bowel regulator ever made.
Preparatory School to the
(School of Music building.)
Tho Preparatory Sohool fully prepares
for ontranco to tho Univorsity.
First semester begins Sept. 20, 1S97.
Summer Session Juno 1 to Sept. 17.
(10 wooUb). i
If you wish to "make up" work during
tho summer tho PREPARATORY School
Is tho only place.
Ton university preparatory Instructors
nnd approved tutors. Turn tho eyes of
your friends toward the university by-
sending them the "announcement" of the
PREPARATORY SCHOOL, or by hand
us tho names of such as need further
preparation. Call at the otllco In School
of music building or seo,
C. W. WALLACE, Director.
It's No Longer a Question
Whoro the young men buy tho Nobby Furnishing
Goods and Hats. It's at the
THE ARMSTRONG CLOTHING GO.
Thero is n rouson for this. Tho Armstrong Clothing Go.
nro up-to-dnto and enrry n stock which would do crodit to
Chicago or Now York.
A Word about Spring Suits
Wo havo an entirely new stock and our suits for young men
at $5.-10, $7.50, $ 10, $12.50 and $15 havo a stylo and snap
to thorn which is only equaled by our best Merchant Tailor
work. It coBts you nothing to investigate. Call and inspect
tho best lino of Clothing, Hats, and Furnishing Goods in No
brask boforo you buy. Wo will SAVE you DOLLARS.
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING CO.
1 OlS to 1019 O Street, Lincoln.
J.L.Stephens, President; Harry E. Wilson, Secretary; W. C. Stephens Treasuier
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