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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1893)
Miss Ella Cox spent Saturday and Sunday with
her parents in Beatrice.
Dave Hawksworth makes his usual trip to
Plattsrnouth every Friday.
Let every student "stand up" for the Univer
sity in the coming state contest. "Our" style is
bound to win(g).
At a recent meeting of the Oratorical Associa
tion a motion prevailed, whereby all surplus
monies in the hands of the Treasurer, with the
exception of five dollars, should be turned over
to the Athletic Association. The athletes are
appreciative of this generous assistance and re
joice over the fact that they can make prepara
tions for the spring work untrammelled by indebt
edness. Last evening there was held an informal re
union, in Grant Memorial Hall, of the legislators,
the University, the faculties of other colleges, the
alumni, and a few invited guests. After the re
union, all adjourned to the chapel; orchestra and
chorus entertained them for a short time by ren
dering a musical program which was well received
by the visitors. Then followed a general inspec
tion of all buildings.
Mr. George Kennan, who spoke last year on
'An East Siberian Convict Mine," will again
speak under the auspices of the Palladian society
next Tuesday, February 21, at the Lansing thea
tre. His lecture is to be on " Russian Political
Exiles," and is to be finely illustrated by stereopti
con views obtained by Kennan himself, when in Si
beria. The committee having the lecture in
charge authorizes the announcement that all
students may obtain special student's tickets in
any part of the balcony for fifty cents each, at the
Hesperian office after Friday morning. This
rate is to students only, and is a step in the right
Stop at Manley's, all kinds of fruits, a good line
Say. ? Have you tried Barr's Club at 323 N
Try the Northwestern's new train for Chicago.
The very best.
Students can get $4.00 cabinets at the Eclipse
Studio for $2.00.
Edward Cerf& Co., 925 O street, dealers in
clothing and dry goods.
When your shoes need repairing take them to
Walt's, under Burr block.
Chicago Gallery, 1034 O. Cabinet work per
doz. $3.00. Students $2.50.
Students should call for coupon books, and
buy shoes of Ed. G. Yates, 11 29 O St., Lincoln
Dr. L. Wente, dentist. Dentistry in all its
branches, according to all approved methods.
Office, 135 South nth.
Bought, sold or exchanged : Second-hand
books, U. of N. books a specialty, at Lincoln
Book Exchange, 119 North 12th street.
Be sure and get one of our, boxes of candy be
fore you go home for the holidays.
Sutton & Hollowdush.
Students can get a special discount at the Y.
M. C. A. Hat and Men's Furnishing Goods Store.
Gardner & Bumstead, Lindell Hotel.
We have opened the finest oyster parlors in the
city. Come and see us.
Sutton & Hollowbush.
For Cloaks, Underwear, Dress'Goods, Carpets,
Millinery, Toys, and Presentation Goods of all
kinds, see Herpolsheimer & Co., cor. 12th and N
sts., Lincoln. Buying and selling in large quan
tities for cash only, they are enabled to sell you
good goods at the lowest. If you have friends
out of town, leave their names with this house
and they will mail their fine new catalogue, ex
press charges paid, to any part of the west.
The B. & M. will issue for 1893, half fare
permits, good on all Burlington route lines, to
regularly ordained or licensed ministers or miss
ionaries engaged solely in religious work. It is
our desire that these permits be in the hands of
clergymen by the first of the year. Application
should therefore be made as early as possible
either at our depot or city office, corner O and
A. C. Ziemer,
C. P. & T. Agent.
When you are ready for your new dress or
cloak or hat or set of furs, go to Herpolsheimer &
Co., corner 1 2th and N streect, who have the larg
est stock at the lowest prices. Fine dressmaking
at reasonable prices. This house is headquarte.s
on carpets, curtains, dolls, toys, presentations and
art goods of every description.
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