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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1898)
Woglvoyou a very oarnoat In
Invitation to visit our Cloak and
Suit Dopartmont. Wo aro showing
an assortment In Cloaks, Fur Col
larottos and Suits, which wo think
surpasses that of all other Lincoln
NOTES OF INTEREST.
Dr. Mm'tln Von Huron SU-wiim, 71
years oJd, 1b a law fttudont at tho
HlJite University of Kmimi. He ex-peol-s
U) frnnluuto next spring. Hi" 1m
nlroml'y lveolvcd (kigroew frnn other
FILLER & PAINE.
HE STUDENTS' SUPPLY STORE
, ROPER & FUNK, Props., 1129 R St.
OIFEIfcT -uT uft-Ijrj I-IOXJDRS.
A full line of Student Supplies,
Text Hooks, History Note Paper and Covers,
OUTLINES for American and European History.
WATERMAN'S IDEAL FOUNTAIN PENS.
SECOND-HAND HOOKS sold on small commission.
TYPEWRITING and MIMEOGRAPHING done at the store.
Agents for CLARKSON LAUNDRY COMPANY. Leave bundles at the
s BRICK BLOCK BOARDING CLUB,
320-322 North nth. Call and see us. HOPE It & FUNK.
U Ik said Unit tho Hin.'eurfwir of Dr.
K. Iloiijiiiiniii An'ilrowH an prerfhlotitt of
llrov.n University, H11 ha 1(Iu- Itv.
ICdwnrd IiuIhoii, D. I)., pimtor of tlho
.Iiulh-on .Memorial olrureli, New Vorn
A. I-1. Moiutinoronoy, who graduated
from the iiiilvondty In 1HDI, writes
from (ho olty of .Mexico to have the
proinlNeH to remit an noon as he can
get Home American money. There .-h
no place on tho tfl'obe to whloh Uniivcr
Hity men do not go n.tul' the NcbrtiHluun
of course, miiHt follow.
Mr. I. V. Kwnrt, Hoorotury of the
Oratorical mwnoliiitlou, Iiiim alrcaly
mhoii charge of the worl; mid 1b work
ing hard to Hcciiro the pri.cx lliiiLlinve
boon olVered hi patft years for this
school year. Heretofore the winners
of oratorical contest have not always
rcc.cihcd their prizes In full, but a
strong cll'orl Is being made to have all
the prizes paid this .year. There Is no'
better material anywhere for contest
ants In this Held than in our Univer
sity, and there should be alarge num
ber of them cuter the content.
l nua.Hs ineetiiig of wtiiiKMiila and
faculty wtin lield in ('Impel Tuesday, at
tllie chapel 'hour for till' miirpo.se 01
eleeitlng committee tm lake eHiargo
of Hire college wi:t lenient work. Tho
following were I'lia-on as inenvbeif of
llu commltitee: it. 0. linslug C.
Iliil's. Mips Kdiitli Money ami Miss 11
iiia I'olk, Piwf. t'ossler. folic retiring
president made a short report of 'IT' 'r
$2 00 la value for f 1. 00 rush
A A Waterman's Fouutitlu l'ens.
1 IIANNAS DK STOKt.
Old jK'iis tiiUtniii purluxi'liutiKu
, Nortlii'iist Cor 1-ttli nnU O
Turpin's School of Dancing.
Children's class, Saturdays 2:30 p. m.
Ladles' and gentlemen's class, Mondays and Thursdays 8p.m.
Tho Academy otters advantage for cotillion clubs, private parties, etc.
Is newly furnished and decorated. Will lie rented id reasonable rates.
Vov further information address,
ALBERT TURPIN, ffi&fXt
Mr. Ward, of the department of Z.oo
logy. has been honored b. the Ameri
ca 11 Mlcro.scopienl Society, having been
elected Its secretary at the meeting
held in Syracuse, IS". Y., September 1.
The other officers were: President,
William C. Krauss ' Buffalo; first,
vice president. Prof. A. M. lllelie of
Columbus; .second vice president, Dr.
G. C. Huger of Ann Arbor, Mich.;
treasurer, Mag-nun Pilnum of Pitts
burg; executive committee, Prof. fi. IT.
tinge of Ithaca, Dr. A. Clifford Mercer
of Syracuse, and Dr. V. A. Moore of
j North western University
; Medical School...
I The high standards and progres
sive methods which have given this
(school its enviable reputation for over
1 thirty years are carefully maintained.
Kor circulars of detailed infor
mation address the Secretary,
Dr. N.S. DAVIS,
2431 Dearborn St.,
TWO TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN
Lincoln and Auburn, Falls City. Atchison,
and Kansas City.
City Ticket Office, 1039 O St.
H C. Townsend, G. P. & T. A.
F. D. Cornell, C. P. & T. A.
The llr.st meeting of the Fresl.man
elas wiit held Wednesday aft.riiioii
After much M'mping awl pari hum n.trv
practice they elected the following f
Hccin: Pre.-iden,t. Pints. W. Potts;
llrt vice prcsldcii't. 01m. Wei!; seo
ond vice provident, Miss .lay lies: sec
retory. Mis Koerluhtun; tiea.sii n-r,
A coiits tin t ion written by Mr. Mayes
a.iil Mr. IVtUs wiis adopted.
President I'ntt appointed Clyde
Hayes of IIi'MtrN-e iiiiumiier, and Stu.i
Crandall. captain of the freshmen
oot ball team. S. M. McDonald wis
the freshmen In the con
ference for the Kresli-Sopn
Athletic contest. The frcdliuicii start
ed out tiiis t(ir wllili a large cla-, mind
pnncNe to make tli.ln,gH warm In clai-s
WRIGHT, KAY & CO.
Manufacturers of IiIkIi umk'
HATKKN1TY ST VTIONIJUY
H VTKUN1TY INVITATIONS
KATKHNITY ANNOI'N lOMKNTS
THE BEST SKILL.
THE BEST OF EMPLOYES.
THE BEST STARCH.
Three reasons why the...
...does the very best work with pract
cally no wear on the linen.
All work guaranteed. A trial makes
a patron. Call up 579.
TOWNSEND & PLAMGNDAN.
You'll Find It's a Good Place,
CAPITAL - CAFE
121 North 1 1th Street.
Oysters, Fish and Game in Season.
Open alii night. Give us a call.
We make a Speciality of 15c Meals.
If you lnwo not yt found
u fountain ik-ii to your
Hieing, try tbo
CENTURY DOUBLE - FEED PEN.
Write for Clroulnrs. A ood asont wanted
In overy college and hll school.
OBNTUHY PKN COMPANY.
for Cutiiloiruc and Price 1.1st. Spuoliil
(lcu.'iis on ii)ilk'utlon
140 142 Woodward Ave . - DETROIT. WICr.
Special attention given to
STUDENTS HAIRDRESSINC, MANICUR
ING, SHAMPOOINC, SCALP
HAIR TONIC, TOILET COODS.
121 North 13th St.
Studonts work a Spi-cliilty
Gooil HurlxTH, New Kurnltun
, V.xct llonl Work.
Anynno nomllng n pketcli and description may
quickly uscortulu, fruo, whether an Invention is
probably patontnlilo Coimnuntcatloiis utrlctly
conlldentlul. oiliest ncency fornocurliik' patonta
in America. Wo liavo it WiuhlnRtou olllco.
I'atcntR tnkon thruuKU Munn & Co. recelvo
puclul notlco in tlio
boautlfiilly ; llluatrntod, larKOst circulation of
a ny Bclontlllo Journal, weokly, tonus I3.U1 11 yoarj
f ?SjJ- JP1 Specimen copies and IUno
Hook on l'ATKNTH sent froo. Address
o MUNN & CO.,
301 Uroudwny, Now York.
One of tilt' stronyewt fnotlmll tenuis
I'll flic country will lu uriu'Jxod in
'l'rni(uv;iii(ln for the honelli of VoIu'k
uiwl moil, wlio will f there to train
under t:lio unions "iJilen't OujiUiin,"
Knmk Jllnkey. llinkey will eouoli
not -o to .New Unvon. Tlioro uro bo
tlie Vnlc imii'tej's till vm; but JiO will
tweon UhliTt.N-Ihe 11111I jttty niijillcunitM
for )0.siti(nis o-ii. t'lvc tonlii to bo
couched by llinkey. and Captain
Chamberlain of Valo will send wnne
of tho euiididntos for poditioiih on Ulie
Vale ayreyation to ronUwu'iulas.
ConcJi Jlinkey'.s irinelpal rensou for
declining to yo to Now Haven Js tlhe
fact that hit. liihiiio wiii ucc'o.si
taic hit. jirc.cuci In 'I'ouuiwaiuhi. Ho
, U the inanayer uiio proprietor of u
laryc retail ntoie in Unit city, stud he
'Miih t'liat It will he quite iinpo.swi'blo
j for him to lcac for anv leiiyHUi of
inc. JIJiiKcy luib abandoned I'he study
of law, JmiN (iiit iH)litlct and Jitu not
tied down to biiHlnoKK.
The men sent from Nv Haven will
dcote niuoli ptiiutloo to sprinting und
they will bo placed in a position on
Ilic team that they will occupy 011 Uie
Vale team. They will got pointers on
getting down tho field when the ball
is snapped, and will get special
ticc In blockinir mass iiIiivk.
It Is Miihl that llinkey will through
out the entire season couch the new
team to be organized here, and ho
may give a good deal of his nttentioa
to the North Tonowanda High school
team which played for tihki Irigflm'ihool
championship hi.st year wKli tho Madi
son, Wis., High school team at De
troit. Some of the best men who will
probably get places on the team about
to be organized belong to the Third
New York Volunteers.
Louis llinhey, who also played in
t.lm Vale eleven, will get a pliiu'o on
tho now eleven, which, will Jigure In
several big match gnmes with tho
New York and Pennsylvania teams.
WANTKl) --SEVBUAI TltUSTWOUTHY
persons in this state to innnnwt our busi
ness In their own and nearby counties It Is
mainly olllco work conduotod at homo. Salary
HtrnlRht iflKxj u yunr and pxpoiihos dellnlio
hnnnlldo. no inoro, no loss Hillary. Monthly
$7B Hofrri ncos. Knoloso solf-nddrussod
Ntamx(l envi'lopo. Herbort 15. Hess, I'rest.,
Dejit. M. Clilcngo
wmwm & go.
Special Sale o
BEGAN HERE FRIDAY MORNING AND
WILL CONTINUE FOR EIGHT DAYS...
ICvory pioeo of Now DroHB GootlH in tliiB house hnj
iiiidorgono a Spociul Triuu liudtiction, and ovcr-l
lino of goods, ohoap, lticditun or high class, will y
Hticrilicod during this huIo. This is an opportunity
winuii no uiiu 01111 uuuru iu uvuriuuii, ior it llicnnsl
that you aro onablcd to purchase tho very choicest
productions of tho aoason, right at tho boginingof
tho sotiHon, for loss money than, under ordinary
circumstances, you could procure tho same goods at
tho end of the yoar.
SALE OF NEW WALKING HATS ....
Is always in progress, and to say tho least, tho price
named on tho newest and mo?t popular styles of the
season, right at tho time whon thoy aro in greatest
demand, aro marvels of lownoss. Sec Daily pnpors
and Circulars for particulars.
HERPOLSHEiniER & 60.
before you tie up with any laundry.
OUR WAGONS GALL ANYWHERE-ANY TIME..
YOU TRAVEL ALWAYS
"-iLi n nj.r'.y
BEST ROUTE FROM
To OMAHA All points east.
KANSAS CITY east and south.
DENVER and all Colorado points.
OGDEN and SALT LAKE.
BUTTE and HELENA.
SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGELES.
Has the Best Modern Equipment.
Pullman Palace and Tourist Sleepers.
Dining and Free Reclining Chair Cars.
For Time Schedules, Tickets, Reservations of Berths, Call or Address,
E. B. SLOSSON, Gen. Agt 1044 O St., J. T. MASTIN, C. T. A.
H. G. BURT, Pres., E. DICKINSON, Gen. Mgr., E, L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.
For Style, Quality and Price ....
TAILOR MADE GOODS
You should cull on
NEBRASKA PANTS & SUIT COMPANY,
143 N. 13th St.
Oliver Theatre Building.
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