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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1898)
jteiueniber the (lurdner 'rallcirlnff Co.
,1. IT. MeClulVey wan In town last
Lawrence Weaver Is laid up with Uit?
A Van-lfellenlo parly for May's'sTli
Jh talked of.
Mary Navls 1h out of school on tie
ton nt. of hIpUiu'hh.
Tho senior ami Junior themes were
l(rl MeCounell is first sergeant of
Co. II. Ilrnt regiment.
Ih-nest Webber Ih second lieutenant
pf Co. Ki 1st regiment.
Mr. (Icorge. llartlett Iuih enlisted as
nn nMiuit U surgeon Cltllln.
MK Nellie Dean, of the Valrbnry
schools, wis In town last week.
llvs Kdlth Payne of Hastings vIhUim!
Miss Until Wilson for the May festival.
Ml-- Undid Alexander of IIiiHtitiH
)nis Ihmmi lsltlng her cousin, Miss Jean
ltert llobblns Ik llrst sergeant of Co.
l, (list regiment, of which Oury Ih
Prof. Clint. Norton litis been engag
ed to deliver tbe. c'oinnieneeincnt ora
tion ul iMeinpblH.
Phil Kussell Iiiih been made second
lieutenant of Co. 1), 1st regiment, the
company from l.lneoln.
T 1 McCarthy, superintendent, of
the nrora koIiooIh, wok renewing his
iirtpialntanee with University last.
The girls gym. dosed last, week with
n o1om examination. There will be no
public exhibition this year owing to
JIKs liner's absence.
A stock of Huntington special die
btuinp stationery has been received by
the Co-op. It makes tho prettiest U.
of N. tablet-yet. seen.
Mr. Williams, a cousin of Fred Ah
lK)tt and a former student at. West.
I'oint. military academy, has enlisted
In the Nebraska volunteers.
Special discount to students in bi
cycle sundries and repairing. Good
stnmhuml tires nt $5.00 a pair nt A. L.
Glrnril A, Co., 135 So. 12th St.
MKses l.cola Vanell, Frances Cun
ningham and IHanehe Hargreaves will
isit Miss Sehna Wiggeuhorn in Ash
land from Friday over Sunday.
The annual meeting of the old set
tlors association of Lnnsaster county
ill be held in the University chapel
at U p. in., Saturday, May 1 1.
The stockmen of the state met
Thursday evening in the chapel at 8
o'eloek Their interests at tho trans
Mississippi exposition were considered.
If you wnnt the most artistic work
in tho line of photographs, Clements,
tho Photographer, at 129 So. 11th st.,
can do your work to suit you at the
The reason the Raeyclc runs easier
than other bicycles is because the
chains runs between tho bearings on
the crank. Step in and examine it at
A. L. airard & Co. 135 So. 12th St.
If you want your hair cut artistic
ally and in tho latest styles, call on
bum WestorJlcld, 117 North Thirteenth
street. No has had eighteen years' ex
perience with students and guaran
Miss May Colson gave her graduat
ing recital from the school of music
i the ehnpel, Wednesday evening. She
vws insisted by Mr. Randolph and ac
I'onipauied by Miss Perkins and n
A suicide 'club has been formed in
the University among the graduate
students. V. S. Philbrick has been
"mile the first president and Chas.
Kuhlnian was unanimously honored
with the otllce of sergeant at arms.
Students who arc particular as to
N'o appearance of their shoes have
their repairing done by H. Capes, prac
tical shoemaker at 133 South 12t2i
street. Ho makes a specialty of re
pairing round toed shoes and has spe-
dnl apparatus to do it in the right
It- karat gold fountain pens nt 00c
iuh nnd upwards. History paper flc
per 100. Students' note books 4c each.
Vest pocket German and French dic
tionaries 21c. Full lino of history cov
ers, boUmy note books, botany pa
per, magnifying glasses, etc,, otc.
Art and music department, Jlerpoi-
County Association Will Hold Forth
The Lnncaster County teachers' as
sociation will hold Its fourth meeting
for the school year 1807-1808, at. the
county superintendent's office, Satur
day, May II.
Morning session 10 a. m, to 12 in,
In arithmetic. Mrs. A, .T. Roberto.
In spelling, Mr. 0. 13. Jones.
in geography, MIsh Tune Hope. .
Looking forward: .
in arithmetic, Mr. A. 13. Hawkins.
In spelling, Miss Cnrrlo Ord.
In geography, MIhs Cnrrlo Wolfe.
Vacation talk, Prof. A. 11. Water
house, Afternoon session, 1:30 to a p, m.
Music, selected, musical department
of Lincoln .Normal.
Keeltntlon, Miss Lucy Cone.
Address, Thoughts for the Inexperi
enced, Prof. J. W. Ceabtrec.
Military drill by students of Worth
Talk on birds. Dr. 11. H. Woleott,
College Event Slightly Altered by the
Calling Out. of Regulars.
New Orleans, La Mnv l.'l. At. the
athletic grounds of the Tulane univer
sity will be held tomorrow the most
memorable meeting of Held and track
athletics ever seen in the south. The
occasion will be the spring meeting
of the Southern Association of the
Amateur Athletic Union. Tho list of
contestants is not, however, limited to
this section of the country, and among
tho entries are prominent athletics
from many of the northern and west
ern slate, Now England ami the Do
minion of Canada.
. The attendance will be but little in
tcrfcrred with by the war, and but one
feature of the original program has
been scratched oil'. This was tho ev
ent In which athletes of the regular ar
my were to take part. There will be
eighteen events decided, the winners
of which will receive medals emblem
atic of the spring championship. A
silver cup will also be presented to tho
club winning first place In the relay
THORNS TO GIT UrON.
Many people gather thorns by foll
hiir to heed the wurniuir sent out bv
diseased kidneys coated tongue
pnrenco rkiii lcvcnsiincss dull drag
ging pain general fccllmr of wcarin-
ne88 is sure evideneo of bladder and
kidney trouble. Take Utah KIdnoy
Deans nt once they will euro you
they have cured thousands of others.
TUB TURNERS OF PHILADELPHIA
make Utah Kidney Deans.
E. D. Samuels, County Clerk of Hick
man County, Clinton, Kentucky, testi
fies, thnt ho suffered for years with
horrible pains In the buck, kidneys
and bladder was treated by many
physicians they gave him no rclef
ho got so that ho could hardly stand
alone Utah Kidney Deans, ho says,
completely cured him. He gladly rec
ommends them to nil sufferers.
Authorized Agents W. N. Rehlaen
dcr, H. W. Drown, Hector's Pharmucy,
and Henry II, Darth, Druggists.
TURNERS' LITTLE LIVER TURN
ERS A very small pill. Turn your
liver. A true laxative. Au after-dinner
SOMETHING YOU DIDN'T KNOW.
The intelligence of the average
housemaid and the mistress as well
is not equal to taking into account
changes in the atmosphere. Deeause
of the general rule that rooms are to
be aired In the morning, she docs not
appreciate that the exceptional day
comes when the windows are to be
kept closed. A wet morning not only
takes the stiffening out of curtains
and sifts in a moist dust that, sticks to
everything, but is also positively in
jurious to highly polished woods; yet,
unless the caution is given, she as
faithfully lets in this air as the dear,
dry breeze. Tt is not infrequent even
to see bedding carefully displayed
near an open window on a rainy day,
under the mistaken notion that air
must be had, no matter what accompa
nies It. It is such complete lack of
reasoning power or consideration of
age maid a trial in the household.
YELLOW JAUNDICE CURED.
Suffering humanity should be sup
plied and every means possible for
Its relief. It Is with pleasure wo pub
lish the following: "This Is to certify
that I was a sufferer from yellow
jaundice for over six months, and was
treated by some of the best physic
inns in our city nnd all to no avail.
Dr. Dell, our druggist, recommended
Electric Hitters and after taking two
bottles T was entirely cured. I now
take great pleasure in recommending
them to any person suffering from
this terrible malady. I am gratefully
yours, M. A. Hogarty, Lexington, Ky."
Sold by J. 11. iiariey, uraggisu
THE MMC-EATING HABIT.
To Pill-Eaters, fmorep7ous than bilious)
this age is a pili-grim-age! Antl Pill cures
thcpiJlhabit. Guaranteed. Druggists 25c.
(Words by C. L. Pleasants. Music by
Walter A. Let...)
In Manila bay, at dawn of day,
llrave Dewey mot the foe-
,kl M!l0V""l '' tl Spaniards fell
Deneath his deadly blow.
"Remember the Maine,'' ho loudly
As he ward our ling on hlirh.
"Remember th0 Maine," his er
ft. was their battle cry.
uravo senuien they, In that foreign
Forgotten ne'er shall be.
They left, their wives, and risked
To light for liberty.
Loud belched the 'guns, as they slow
And the world gave this refrain:
"You boys In blue, we know are true,
You IIAVI3 acngcd the Maine."
Then hall to him, with might, and
And to his heroes brave
Who there did tight, for freedom'
And our country's ting to save.
In after years, we'll shed no tears,
O'er those last, sons of Spain,
Hut praise we'll give, while we shall
'IV. !,,. '........ e it... -W..I.
'" ""' tviiKvin in i iiu .mi I lie.
Chorus Then cheer, etc.
To Grand Encampment Mining Dis
Tho Union Paciilc will sell tickets
at one faro for tho round trip, plus
$5.00, from all points in Kansas, Neb
branska, Colorado and Utah to Raw
lins, Wyo. Dates on which tickets
will bo sold aro 1st and 3d Tuesday
in May, .'June, July, August, Septem
ber, October nnd November. Stage- lino
daily except Sunday each way be
tween Rawlins and grand encamp
ment. For full information call on or
address E. D. Slosson, General agent,
O Dewey was the morning
Upon the llrst of May;
And Dewey was the Admiral
Down in Manila bay;
And Dewey were the Regent's eyes,
Them orbes ot royal blue;
And Dewey feel discouraged?
1 Dew not. think we Dew.
, Irowiuill, In Topeka Capital.
DISCOVERED DY A WOMAN.
Arother great discovery has been
made, and thafc too, by a lady In this
country. "Disease fastened , , its
clutches upon her and for seven years
sho withstood its severest tests, but
her vital organs were undermined and
death seemed imminent. For three
months she coughed incessantly, and
could not. sleep. Sho finally discover
ed a way to recovery, by purchasing
of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, and was so
much' relic ed on taking first, dose,
that she slept all night: and with two
bottles bus been absolutely cured.
He name Is Mrs. Luther Lutz," thus
writes W. C. llammlck & Co., of Shel
by, N. C. Trial bottles free at J. II.
Hurley's drug store. Regular size COc
and $1. Every bottle guaranteed.
'fabler's lluckcye Pile Ointment re
lieves tho intense itching. It soothes,
it heals, it. cures chronic cases when
surgeons fail. It is a scientific cer
tainty; Its sales increase through its
cures, It Is no experiment. Every bot
tle guaranteed. 50c. Tubes, 75c. D.
O. Kostka, 1211 O street.
For fine PHOTOGRAPHS go to
New Popular Priced
$1.00 per doz. and up,
We guarantee- to please you. Call
and see our work, got our prices and
give us a trial. Our motto Is to
please all customers.
32 South 12th Street, - Lincoln, Neb,
Ofoyoui. AVutor Colon Frame Made to
Onlnr. VIohh of (IwoIIIiibh iniulci on
Hliort notice, Special rntus to ntudenlH
lu croups or bIiikIo..,.
T. W. TOWNHKND, VhotoRrnplier.
880 So. 11th St., Lincoln, Neb.
are just as curable as other diseases.
Treatod exolualvely by
J. S. LEONIIARDT, M. D.
OFFICE, 1437 O Street, Lincoln, Nebraska.
IIOUIIS, a to 0 dally, ezoept Sunday..
Mr, Albert Jur pin's
Nov open for Season 1807-98.
Adult classes every Tuesdays and Thursdays. Juvenile, Wednesday 4 P. M.,
Saturdays, 2 P. M. Assemblies eyery Thursday eye.
Hall for rent. Special rates to clubs and fraternities. Call at 1132 N St.,
for terms, etc, Office hours 0 ao Hi 30 a, m. 3 to b' p. m.
IP YOU WANT COAl.'Olt'PAJU3 SUMMER UN-
DEKYVIOAlt UUY TJNJON NUITH. WE HAVE THEM
FOR LADI 138 AND OENTLEAnOX.
IP YOU WANT COttWCCT STYLES AND GOOD
.VAL.UI08 IN NEOlvWEAIt WE OAN PLEASE jYOU.
COME TN AND SEE FOH YOUKSELF.
Miller St Paine.
Pattern Hats At One Third Off..,
Wat Designed by Marcscot Socuts.
Copyright Isos-The llaldwln Syndicate.
ALTHOUH TIIH 8HSO IS AT ITS
lihNIC OK TIIOSK I3X0U1S1T1-: I'MIKN
:i:i i-:i ii-:it ci:nt. oimj imcoitlak i
wkhh jwu m:i.ov axytiiino bv
NOW WB QFVKU YOU AN BXTKA 1)
OF TIIB.M AT ONB-TllliU) OFF.
IN ADDITION TO THIS WB Ol-TBH
Til T SOI. I) IPWAIIDS FliOM $:.oo '
IIB1011T WB OKFBll TUB ENTIRE
(II CHBATIONS AT A DISCOUNT OP
KICKS ON THESE WORKS OV ART
BK NAMED ON SUCH VALUES AND
ISCOl'XT. YOUR CHOICE OP ANY
BVBKY TRIMMED HAT IN STOCK
I'O $1. '1.(10, AT OVE-T11IRD OFF.
School of Musics
OFFERS COMPLETE COURSES IN
THE FOLLOWING BRANCHES:
Harmony, Counterpoint, History.Gen
cral Theory, Sight Reading.
OFFERS FREE ADVANTAGE!
NOT FOUND ELSEWHERE.
Free Scholarship in all Department
Military Band Training,
If you are thinking of studying music Investigate the merits of this school.
WILLIABD KIMBALL, Director.
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