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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1900)
G. G MENZENDORF,
Former Instructor ot
MUSK IN UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA,
Will be )lensed to give lowest rntcs to
students desiring instruction in music,
l-'or inforiimtion cntl nt Studio.
Urnce UuttditiR, . . 15tli and 0 Streets
only $2 pet9 week
WOt R STREET
Just across tho street from tho
129 North llth Street.
Is first class in every respect. First
clus meals, first class' style and quick
Yon arc invited to call and see us.
Remember tho place, 129 N. llth.
THE NEWPORT CAEE'
126 So. 12th St.
Newly furnished and refitted through
out First class board and quick serv
ice. Students invited to call.
MEALS, - -
15c and Up
121 North llth Street,
15c MEALS OUR SPECIALTY,
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
M. E. CHEVRONT'S
European : Restaurant,
132-1 0 Street
For a Good Meal nnd KensoruUHo Prices. Lunch
nnd Oysters In buason.
t3T"0pcn Dav and Nlfcut.
Q. W. Prnthor of Bloomington wil
led at tho State Historical Library
last Wednesday. Ho was looking for
an. old pair of stirrups which he had
found about twenty-Bix years ago,
near Rlvorton. Tho stirrups aro of
old Moorish make and aro Bupposcd
to have been lost by some party of
Spanish gold hunters, and aro proof
that the searchers came inland as far
as Nebraska ut least. There were
several parties who came inland in
search of tho precious metal. Cor
anado's in 1541, Penalosa's in 1GG2
unci various others. Which of these
lost the stirrups of course we cannot
tell but it la supposed to have been
Cornatlo for Ills are the only recordB.
which show that this latitude was
The history of the.3e stirrups since
they were found is quite interesting.
Mr Prather gave them to a friend of
his to bring to the State Historical
Society and they were turned over to
Prof. Samuel Anghey who was then
in charge of the library. Mr Anghey
sent them to the Smithsonian Insti
tute not knowing what they were.
There they were identified aa being
of Moorish make and the kind used
by Cornado's gold hunters. They re
mained at tho Smithsonian for sev
eral years but were taken out later
by some one from Nebraska suppos
edly by Senator Paddock, without
permission. One was given to J. E.
Lamaster of Tecumseh, tho other to
a friend of his and all trace of it is
lost. Mr.Prather, however, still
claims to own them, and said that ho
only brought them to tho Nebraska
Historical Society for safe keeping.
He intends looking them up and re
Lincoln Cloak & Suit Co.,
S. E. Cor. 13th and O Streets.
A New Store, and a New Stock of Reliable Goods, well se
lected and of the very latest styles,
Ladies Suits, Gapes and Collarettes
Ladies Fur Scarfs
Ladies Fur and Cloth Jackets.
Ladies Fur and Cloth Capes.
Ladies Dress Skirts.
Ladies Under Skirts.
Ladies Gloves and Hosiery,
Ladies Corsets and Underwear.
Misses' and Children's Jackets and Capes.
Mail orders filled same c'ay they are received we pay ex
Lincoln Cloak & Suit Co,,
S. E. Cor. 13th and 0 Sts.
PALLADIAN LITERARY SOCIETY.
At a meeting of the Palladian Lit
erary Society last Friday evening tho
following Interesting program was
Story E. W. Rowe.
Vocal Solo, Miss Helena Redford
Read by Mr. Elliott.
Essay, The Exhultations of Despair.
Louis C. Lightener.
Vocal Solo Miss Nellie McFall.
The following members were voted
into the society: A. T. Magdanz, Elva
Shlmbur and Newell J. Elliott.
At the business meting the society
decided to have a Halloween party
next Wednesduy evening.
ne Hygienic Cafe
for Fine cMeals
Health Foods for Sale
3J6 SOUTH TWELFTH STREET
Hours 6tl0 A, M. to StOO p. M.
TRecepttcms, Class proms,
We Furnish Oysters, Pish and
Game of ail Kinds.
Y1VYAH &. HIGH, ,417 5t-L,nco,n- Ncbr.
THE B. B.
1G9 N. llth St.
BGRKBN BROS. : : : Proprietors.
First-class in every rospeet. Students natron
ago especially solicited.
U. B. D. C.
According to the requirements of
the new constitution of the Debating
Association, the Union Debating club
boys aro arranging for a cluo prelim
inary. The manner of selecting tho
Judges and the time was disposed of.
The following question was then de
bated: "Resolved, that tho Hopubli
can party In responsible for industrial
and financial condition of tho coun
try from 1893-9G." This political
question provoked great discussion.
Tho next one Is also of a political
naturo; "Resolved that tho republic Is
In more danger from tho election of
Bryan than of McKinloy.
Michigan 12, Illinois 0.
Omaha Medics 21, Hastings Col
Yale 12, Columbia i.
Princeton 17, Brown 5..
Harvard 17, Carlisle' 5.
Ohio 17, Oborlin 0.
Minnesota 34, North Dakota 0.
Wisconsin 4G, Grlnnoll 0.
Northwestern G, Bololt G.
Denver Athletics 5, Washburn 0.
3D. B, 2eflutron,
117 No, llth St.
A tack in your tire?
Lost your key?
A broken umbrella?
Sympathy found at the
Lincoln Novelty Works,
231 So. Eleventh Street. &
WUll H M II
Mils a HUB
We have everything necessary to $
make a house beautitul and com-,
fortable. Examine our stock be
. The A. M. Davis Co.
1112-1114 O Street,
Lincoln, Neb v)V
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