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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1898)
,1, . Dinamorc Is reported 111 with
Mr. .1. A. Prlca spont u low days
witH lilw daughter, MIbr Mabel, this
('. H. White mul Carl Bcghtol spent
Sumln.v with Mr. Beghtol's pnrcnts at
lleiilon Dales will iro to Kearney
Sntunlny with the Philharmonic or
chestra. Kmmn Chlzbo of Weeping Water
spent Monday with her former Uni
Mrs. Harley, formerly Miss Martha
jliu-Ks of Beatrice, visited tho Univcr
bity last Tuesday.
A. A. Itaer wns called to his homo
nt Lcnnra.Kns., Inst wcel: by tlio sick
ness (f his father.
Ml-s Bessie Bailey is having1 good
siicci"-- at tho school which sho is
lencliing at Gibbon.
o, Gillespie of Omaha visited
Frank lxhmcr and Part Yoder of the
Uniuuvsity the past week.
Dr. Hi'ssey has written an article on
his microscope marker for tho "Jour
nal of pplled Microscopy."
MNs Nellie Dean, Delta Delta Delta,
who N teaching in Fnlrbury visited
Miss Louise Pound last week..
ltpnipinbcr the plnero to buy tho best
bieyol Hint, is, the Rnycycle, is at A.
L. Girnnl & Co. 135 So. 12th St.
Prof. T. M. Hodgman and Jay Amos
llnrrett are two of tho candidates for
iho school board on the fusion ticket
Miss Anna Vore, who has been iU
since ( hrismiis,nnd who linn had a se
vere relapse lately, is slightly improv
ed. Mrs. J. H. Mickey of OsCeolu, who
lias been visiting her daughter,
Blanche, returned to her homo Wed
nesday. Pave Ilnwksworth and Phil Russell
have been the guests of Sigma Chi
and Phi Delta Thctn, respectively, tho
Miss Uessic Turner and J. W. Dins
more of the University took activo
part in the educational convention at
)ali' i 'ty last week.
A stock of Huntington special die
stamp stationery has been received by
tho Co-op. It makes tho prettiest U.
of X. tablet yet seen.
A petition is circulating among the
studiMilH for the opening of tho lib
rary at 8 o'clock Saturday mornings
instead of 9 o'clock as at present.
Special discount to students in bi
cycle sundries nnd repairing. Good
fctantlnnrd tires at $5.00 a pair at A. L.
Girard & Co., 135 So. 12th St.
A. F Davidson, inntructor In the
school of agriculture, wus presented
with a gold headed enne by tho stu
dents of his class Wednesday morn
ing. An interested spectator of tho bas
ket ball game last week wan Mrs. J.
II. IMi'-v of Fairmont, whoso niece is a
meinbi-r of the team at Smith col
lege. While Winifred Bonnell and Clara
Bmltli ucre In Chicago recently they
pent a delightful day with tho
Northwestern chapter of Delta Delta
The committee of faculty and btu
dents. (ipixiintcd to look after the
building of a cinder track is colled to
meet 'J uesday at 1 p. m. in Dr. Hast
If you want tho most artistic work
' tho line of photographs, Clcmenta,
too 1'hotographer, at 120 So. 11th fit.,
can do your work to suit you at the
The Ottumwa quartet which plcas
& everybody in theelr concert held
in tho chapel Inst year, will givo a
foncert, on the evening of March 20 in
6. Paul M. E. church.
The reason tho Bacyclc runs cosier
than other llcvclea is because tho
chains runs between tho bearings on
the crank. Step in and examine it at
A. L. Girard & Co. 135 Bo. 12th St.
U T. norn of tho deportment of
botany,, succeeded lost week in rank
nt some very remarkable sections
M2000 of an inch in thickness. When
jnoiinii-d the sections showed up clear-
The Junior anuuai board held a
Meeting yesterday afternoon and 11s
"wed to a few remarks from Mr. Mc
Kay nnd Hcltzman, who gave them
"onio good advice mul inloncation
in regard to getting out tho annual
Wc havo nil th6 very latest songs,
"The Heroes Who Sank With the
Malm-," 18 cents; "Cinderella Whito,"
19 cents; "My Honey Lou," 19 cents.
Music- department, HcrpolsheJmer &
"Will L. McKay has a stock of draw
ing instruments which ho is selling
below cost. They will bo on solo only
a few days longer. See him at tho city
Y. M. C. A. rooms any day between
12:30 and 2 o'clock.
If you want your hair cut artistic
ally and in tho latest styles, call on
Sam Wcstcrficld, 117 North Thirteenth
streets He has had eighteen yi-nrs' ex
perience with students nnd guaran
Students in tho engineering courses
will be interested in a flno stock of
drawing instruments, straight edges,
T squares, triangles, etc., that is on
sale at tho city Y. M. C. A. office.
Thirty per cent off retail prices.
The students of tho law school were
tendered a reception by Chancellor
MncLcan last Wednesday evning at
his residence. About 75 students at
tended nnd wero regaled with re
freshments nnd interesting toasts.
Prof. Barber lectured bofora the
Virgil and Cicero classes on "Pompeii"
Saturody evening. Tho lecturo was ill
ustrated by stercoptlcan views. Many
views that could not bo shown at tho
first lecture wero given at this ono.
Will McKay received a telegram last
week from the chief of tho weather
bureau at Washington offering him
a position ns observer. Tho offer wns
a tempting ono but Mr. McKay decid
ed that he would remain, hero and
graduate with his class this spring.
Tho basket lmll game played by the
Midgets Monday before the Woman's
club, was cut short on account of tho
storm. They played very well and
received enthusiastic applause from a
crowd of first team admirers. The
game ended with a score of 10 to 0 in
favor of Miss Whiting's team.
Students who are particular as to
the appearnnco of their shoes have
their repairing done by II. Capes, prac
tical shoemaker at 133 South 12th
street. Ho makes a specialty of re
pairing round toed shoes and has spe
cial apparatus to do it in the right
SCHOOL OF MUSIC KEC1TAL.
The recital given by. the students of
tho School of Music Wednesday even
ing was tho fifth of its kind given this
season. These recitals arc rapidly be
coming popular and are causing a
great deal of enthusiasm among lovers
of good music in Lincoln The enter
tainment was the occasion of the first
appearance of Mr. W. K. Tuttlc, who
created a very favorable impression
and won a heurty round of applause.
BEATS THE KLONDLKE.
Mr A. C. Thomas of Marysvllle,
Tex., has found a moro valuable dis
covery than has yet been made in tho
Klondike, lor years lie suirerea un
told ngony from consumption, accom
panied by hemorrhages; and was ab
solutely cured by Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption, uougns nnu
Colds. He declares that gold Ib of
little value in comparison with this
marvelous cure; would havo it, even if
it cost a hundred dollars a bottle. As-
thmn, Bronchitis and nil throat and
lung affections are positively cured by
Dr. Kinrr's New Discovery for Con
sumption. Trial bottles free at J. II.
Harlcy's Drug Store. Regular size 50
cents and $1.00. uuarantceu to cure
or price refunded.
TTTTC TCPAV fiATlTVTC
Electric Line over Chlikoot Pass in Al
aska and now 24 hours Is all that is
necessary to make the trip that last
year took over thirty days. Call at B.
& M. city office, corner 10th and O
streets for circulars descriptive of tills
route u you conicmpiaw a inp iu
G. W. BONNELL, C. P. & T. A.
Ballard's Horehound Sqyrup Is not
a mixture of stomacho destroying
drugs but is a scientifically prepored
remedy that cures coughs and colds
and all throat and lung troubles. Ita
action is quick, prompt and positive.
25c and 50c At B. O. Kostka, drug
gist, 1211 O street
Cheap rateB to Seattle, Tacoma,
I'ortlund, Spokane, Butte, Helena and
Anaconda via the Burlington today.
Tickets sold on too rewito pian.
Ho for tho Klondike via tho Burling
ton. Only $il.05 Lincoln to Seattle,
Wash, second class on tho rebate plan.
EYE, EAR SURGEON.
Dr. W. L. Dayton treats eye, ear and
Nothing succeed la curing
croup ana wnoopnig-cougn
Cough Syrup, lti fcmo ii fZ Vll 1 II.
wwld-WW. JPrieJcenti. WJTi UJI
llnifni7,,nddCM,t, ll E BW"
Iln &, to ( hloago, nnd pot n lre 9nm.
5?ix1nDt- JfiDg's vvv L,fc rms-
A. trial ttill ronvlnce jou of their mer
its. lho.e ti.li, are c:iv m notion and
aro particularly effective n tho euro
of constipation and sick headache. For
malaria and liver troubles they havo
been proved Invaluable. They are
guaranteed to bo perfectly freo from
every deleterious substance and to bo
purely vegetable. They do not weak
en by their action, but by giving tone
to tho stoinni-h and bowels greatly
Invigorate the system. Regular size
25c per bo. Sold by J. H. Harley,
rnblcr s Buckeye Pile Ointment re
lieves tho inteuso itching. It soothes,
It heals, it cures chronic cases when
surgeons fail. It is a scientific cer
tainty. Its t,alcs increase through its
cures, it Is no experiment. Every bot
tlo guaranteed. COc. Tubes 75c At B.
0 Kostka, druggist, 1211 0 street.
BUCKLEX'S ARNICA SALVE.
Tho best Bnlvo In tho world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns end nil skin
eruptions, and nosIiivf.lv rum niton
wi uu Vuy rcqmrcu. it is guaranteed
to givo perfect satisfaction or woney
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by J. H. Harley.
For circulars, cample policies and
rates call on
G. W. NOBLE, Manager,
(040 0 street. Lincoln, Neb,
The First National Bank
Capital - - 5400,000
D.D. MUIR, H. S. FREEMAN,
W. C. PHILLIPS Ass't Cashier
. JOHN H. AMES,
W. 0. WILSON, D. D. MUIR,
C. K. PERKINS, C. j. ERNST
Corner Drug Store
Prescriptions Cnrcfully Compounded.
COWLES & GRIEVISH,
Tenth and Q Street.
. W. BROWN
Books and Stationery,
College Text Books,
And a complete stock of standard
and miscellaneous books.
127 So. 11th St.
WANTED Trustworthy and active
gentlemen or ladles to travel for re
responsible established house in Lin
coln, Nebraska, Monthly $05.00 and ex
penses. Position steady. Reference.
Enclose self-addressed stamped en
velope. The Dominion Company,
Dept. Y, Chicago.
CrayoiiB, Witter Color. Frame Made to
Order. Vluivs of lwellliiK made on
Hhort notice. Special rate to students
In croups or sluf;le,.
T. W. TOWN8KNW, Photographer.
SSOSo. 11th St., Lincoln, Neb.
This aeandn Wo are
giving particular at
tention to our Kid
Glove department. W
ask particular atten
tion to the choice
styles and exceptional
values we offer at
$1, $1.25$, and 1.50
Miller Si Paine.
for schools and col
leges In every state.
We can use 0O this month. No commlsvlsn
charted on salary. Address. TIIK HOV
KlfB TKAOIIKIUJ AGKNCY, Lcck I)oz
300, Chicago, 111.
IbBBBBB fl B I I H B IkBBBBH
Complimentary tot the
Young Ladles9 Min
IV NOT DON'T FAIL TO DO SO. TIIENJVHEN YOU GET THAT FATt GO
A" LITTLE FARTHER, GO INSIDE AND ASK TO SEE OUR NEW SPRING"
AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS. RUT YOU DON'T NEED TO ASK TO SEE
THEM; FOR MOST OF THEM ARE IN PLAIN SIGHT, BUT THESE PUR
POSELY, BECAUSE, BEING PROUD OF THEM WE WANT TO SHOW
THEM. HOWEVER, IF YOU DON T SEE JUST WHAT YOU WANT
DON'T HESITATE TO ASK FOR IT, WE ARE ALMOST SURE TO HAVE
. THEN A LITTLE FARTHER DOWN YOU FIND THE WASH GOODS
SECTION WHERE LINCOLN AND THE GREATER PART OF NEBRASKA
SUPPLY THEIR SUMMER NEEDS, EVERYTHING DAINTY AND DURA
BLE IN WASH FABRICS, EVERY POPULAR COLOR AND DES1NG AND EV
ERY NOVELTY OF THE SEASON'S PRODUCTION ARE SHOWN HERE.
BUT WE MIGHT WRITE A PAGE ABOUT THESE GOODS AND THEN NOT
DO THEM JUSTICE. THEY MUST BE SEEN AND WE EARNESTLY IN
VITE YOU TO COME AND SEE THEM.
School of Music
OFFERS COMPLETE COURSES IN
THE FOLLOWING BRANCHES:
Harmony, Counterpoint, Hlstory,Gen
eral Theory, Sight Reading.
OFFERS FREE ADVANTAGE!
NOT FOUND ELSEWHERE.
Free Scholarship in all Departmental
- Military Band Training,
If you are thinking of studying music Investigate the merits of this tctaJ,
WILLIABD KIMBALL, Director.
Mr, Albert Turpiit's
Now open for Season 1807-08.
Adult classes every Tuesdays and Thursdays. Juvenile, Wednesday 4 P. 1L,
Saturdays, 2 P. M. Assemblies every Thursday eve.
Hall for rent Special rates to clubs and fraternities. Call at 1132 N St,
for terms, etc. OfllCe hours 0 oo 11:30 a, m. 2 to 5 p. m.
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