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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1899)
Have the "EVANS"
Do Your Washing.
United Status ami Foreign Stamps
for sale. Large stock on liaml.
Will buy good stamps or collections.
F R. FhNIGAN,
439 SOUTH 12-H 8T
Anyone fend nc a tketrh and description may
SuI?MT.'lsceFtn,nfrce' whether an Invention la
probably pntcntalilo. Communications strictly
conmicntlal. Olilent acency forrecurlnKpatenU
-.?.r'c?-. Wu .llnT0 . WashlnRton ofllco.
.ilHi,.,,StfS??,?t!,lirou,h Muun -tcCKlro
n.,J.fuIir"!u,,rn,.e1' 'reest circulation of
Sli it mSPJrif ""J" wek3r. pa mu n year
Y.V5,.m?."fl,s- Specimen copies and liluo
Hook on 1'atents sent rrce. AddrcM
MUNN & CO.,
301 Brouduny, Nov York
Special attention given to
STUDENTS HAIRDRESSINC, MANICUR
ING, SHAMPOOING, SCALP
HAIR TONIC, TOILET COODS
121 North 13th St.
Kent College of Law
Marshall I) I-well, LI.. () , Ai d , Dean.
Three years course leading to degree
of LL. Ii. Improved methods uniting
theory and practice. The School of
practice is the leading feature. Eve
ning sessions of ten hours u week for
each class. Students can be self sup
porting while studying. We assist
students in. securing suitable employ
ment. For catalogue, address
W. F. Momeyer, LL. B., Secretary,
(ilSOl!) Ashland Block, Cliioagolll.,
t "STEVENS FAVORITE"!
It "Takes Down."
2 inrh barrel, weight t .Minds.
C artfully bored and tested For
.33, .2? and .12 rim-flrc cartridges.
Plain Open Sights, $6.00
Target Sights, $8.50
Ask vour dealer for the "FAVO
RITE." If he doesn't keep it wo i
will send, prepaid, on receipt of
Send btamp for complete cat.v A
logue showing our full line, with al- f
uahle information regarding rides
and ammunition in general.
J, STEMS ARMS AND TOOL CO.
'' P.O.Box 921 -CIIICOPCB
Jfc " 1ft r i ii ii in a I
. - 7"
Cotlrcl & Leonard
Allmny, Now York.
Makers of thu
Caps, Gowns and Hoods
To the American Colleges and Uni
versities. Illustrated manual, samples,
prices, etc., upon request. Gowns for
the pulpit and the bench.
Gregory sells Coal
Best Quality. Best Price
Phone 343. iaH O Street.
President Eliot of Harvard, says :
"Tho International is n wonderfully com
pact storehouse of accurate information."
Best for the Household.
i Words are tasilv frmnA. Prinm,!ii!m
i is easily ascertained. Meanings are
: uiauy jearnea. i ne growtn ot words is
i easily traced, and excellence of quality
rather than suoerfluitv of nintUtrrU--
gtcr:zes its every department.
nr-"iicclwoi jMtucit fcnl on appllciHlou to
G. & C MERRIAM CO., Publishers,
TWO TRAINS DAILY HKTWKEN
Lincoln and Mihurn, Full City. Atchison,
and Kansas City.
City Ticket Office, 1039 O St.
H. C. Townsend. G. P. & T. A.
F. I). Cornell, C. P. A T.A.
IS THE BEST
G. E. HAGER, Aqent, . . Law Library
man'h j.rm.K iiKiiu imixw.
.ludgv- "Were you drunk when you
nssjiultt'd this eltl.t'iv?"
Stiulont (by naine of John Smith)
- "I utiiKt liuw 'lii'cn for he 1 twice ia
large us I uni."
When n moUior tucks her tyoy,
Her baby and her joy,
In his IHtlo crib mid gently then docs
She doi'H not stop to think
IMiut some day he will ullnk
To "tMCiims." with his crib tucked III
his poekot. i
"There are ninny uurlous things
about u dog, one especially."
"What ure theyV"
"The wit of his paivts are in bis
chest und ho nlwn.vs ha IiIm pants
shout during warm wcuther."
The father asked, "How have you
done In mustering ancient lore?" "I
dild so well," replied the son, "Ihoy
gutve me an encore; the faculty liked
mo and hold nie so dear they make me
riH.ut my fix'shiiuin year."
Hosier -"Mr. Wugner, docs your
ni(tlier nalse niiiclt poultry?"
Wugner "Well, 1 think she planted
some litiJt yisir, but the chickens ate it
On Doris's feet
Are the siiullcst of twos;
Hut suivly some elf
Huh cnchaiftcd her shoes,
For wherever we go,
If we walk-, row or ride,
In vhiireh or at tennis,
Her shoes come untied.
At times it Is trying,
But what can I do.
When kkii' Doris murmurs,
"Oh bother that shoestring!"
So down I must Hop
In the dust or the dirt
To tie up the shoe
Of that dir little flirt.
The previous girl tyrants
We cannot rebel,
For ever their ribbons
Are filled with their spoil,
Si nve old. fashioned aprons
No longer they use,
They tie a poor inun
To the strings of their shoes.
MY FIRST CIGAR A FRAGMENT.
'Twas just inside the woodshed
One glorious summer day,
Far o'er the hills the sinking sun
Pursued ist westward way.
And in my lonely seclusion,
Safely removed afar
From nil of earth's confusion,
1 smoked my first cigar.
Oli! bright the boyish fancies
Wrapped in the wreaths of blue,
My eyes grew dim, my head was light,
And the woodshed 'round me flew.
Dark night closed in around me,
Rnyless, without a at or,
(irim death I thought hud found me,
And spoiled my first cigar.
Siiy, I've got a little brother,
Never ten.-ed to have him mUlier,
Hut he's here;
They just went ahead and brought
And, last week, the doctor brought
Wu'n't ihat queer'.'
When I heard the news from "Mollv,
Why, I thought at first 'twas jolly.
'Cause, you see,
I s' posed I could go and get him,
And then innuia, course, would let him
Play with me.
Hut when I had once looked nt him,
"Why!" I s:ivs, "My sake is that
dust that mite!"
They said' "Yes," and "Ain't he euu-
And I thought they must be fuuniii'
He's a sight!
lie's so small, its just ninnzin',
And you'd think lie was ablazin',
U's .so red;
Anil his nose is like a berry,
And he's U'lld us Uncle Jerry
One his head.
Why, he is n't worth a dollar!
All he does is cry and holler
More and more;
Won't sit up, you eim't nriauge him
1 don't see why I'a don't change him
Af the store.
Now we've got to dress and feed him,
And we really don't need him
More'n a frog;
Why'd they buy a lviby brother
When they knew I'd good deal ruther
Have a dog?
T wish I had some whiskers
To cocr up my face;
K.une thick and fuzzy whiskers
That didn't leave a space.
My chin Ik frozen solid,
My nose Is freezing too,
I wish -I had some whiskers:
'Mot any kind would do.
TAM WITTS KBRTiESS.
Tt is now fully decided Hint Michi
gan mid Wisconsin will again resume
the athletic relations broken ofT in
1803. Graduate Manager Hnird of the
Miclilgim team wns in Mndlson a few
days ago, and held n long consultation
with Manager Fisher. As a result a
game wan scheduled for November 4,
to lie played in Detroit, Tt wns the
poiiprnl desire to piny the came at
Milwaukee, but owing to Miobignn's
hnvlng Hcheduled to play two other
games outside flic state, it was agreed
to postpone the Detroit game until
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO.
continues to attract crowds of buyers, continues
to interest thrifty people and is rapidly attaining
the end for which it was created that is
TURNING MERCHANDISE INTO CASH AT A
All departments offer values such as have never
been offered to a Lincoln public before, every
line of merchandise is priced as low as it is
possible for us to reduce it, in fact nothing
has been neglected or overlooked in the pre
parations for this the most important event in
This week's selling has indeed been most grati
fying; the vast armies of buyers that filled the
store prove conclusively that people fully appre
ciate offerings and realize what a saving an
event of this kind means to them. Our object
is to raise a large sum of money as speedily as
possible and' to accomplish this we spare noth
ing; profit and price are alike sacrificed.
The Greatest Care and Attention Given to Mail Orders.
.. Jermek Go.
WRIGHT, KAY & CO
unuf actu re rh i
K VTKHN1TY INVITATIONS
Send for CiUiiIokuo a 1 I'rlcc List. Sculiil
ilfslu'tis on application
140-142 woodward Ave, - DETROIT, WICh-
Students work n Specialty
1144 O ST.
Qood Harbers, New Furniture, Excellent Work
YOU TRAVEL ALWAYS
To OMAHA All points east.
KANSAS CITY east and south.
DENVER and all Colorado points.
OGDEN and SALT LAKE.
BUTTE and HELENA
SAN FRANCIsCOand LOS ANGELES.
Has the Rest Midern Equipment.
Pullman Pabice and Tourist Sleepers.
Dining and Free Reclining Chair Cars.
For Time Schedules, Tickets, Reservations of Berths, Call or Address,
E. R. SLOS.SON, Gen, Agt., 1044 O St., J. T, MASTIN, C. T. A.
H G HU.T. I'res., E. DICKINSON, Gen. MKr., E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.
For Style, Quality and Price
TAILOR MADE GOODS
, You should call on
NEBRASKA PANTS & SUIT COMPANY,
143N.l3thSt. - Oliver Theatre Building
HERPOLSHEIMER & on"
Have your next shirts
made to order if you
want them to fit mid
wear. It's economy in
tho long run, to say
nothing of the comfort
One-liatt dozen to order, rt Ok
while or colored, Cp C7,
Harper's Shirt Factory,
Upstairs, 1012 O Street.
I have the only shirt factor in Lincoln.
BEST ROUTE FROM
PLATES, FILMS, CARDS
AND PRINTINO PAPER
FOR SALE DY
LINCOLN PH0T0 SUPPLY CO.
115 S. 1 1 til St., Lincoln, Neb.
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