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"We are twelve."
There are ten Juniors.
Only nine regular Freshmen.
SUHSCKIBE FOK THE STUDENTH
"When will the new catalogue he out?'
Full line, latest styles at Ewing & Co's
Better recitations will he made after the
Wilson Bro.'s shirts are sold by Ewing
The Sophomores are an incommcansur
Books and slationeiy for the students at
Fox & Struve's.
Nohby ulstcrettes and overcoats at Ew
ing & Co.'s.
Have you seen the "Oholisk" shirt?
She is a beauty. Kiel", the Hatter.
Students get a discount of ten per cent
at Ewing and Co.'.
Don't you want some of those nohby
cards printed at the Student office?
New styles in Windsors scarfs and
handkerchiefs to match. Kier the Hat.
For style and make up of goods, Ew
ng& Co. lead the clothing trade.
Students will find all the books at the
bookstore of Fox & Struve.
The University students are composed
of the numerous ragged edges of the reg
The handsomest line of fashionable
huts and caps in the city at S. Schwab's.
Many students attendeil the grand Rep
ublican rally at Bennett last Saturday
Elegant line neckwear and fancy hose
at Ewing & Co.'s.
Class in Geology. Professor: What
are the constituents of quartz?" Digni
fied Senior: "Pints."
Go with the rush to Ewing & Co.'s pop
ular clothing house for latest styles and
Those stuuents who are not sick are
getting almost scared to death from the
frequency of examinations.
Try one of Dick's Best, equal to an
imported cigar, for 10 cents, at Hermiug
hauae's. The suggestion in last issue that the
boys attend a minstrel show and do their
applauding had the desired effect.
Visit Kiel's hat store. He has a large
and elegant stock of hats and uirnishlng
Why didn't the Cadets go to Omaha?
The answer comes echoing back, " 'Cause
they didn't have to."
A verv pretty line of overcoats, ulsters,
etc., can be found at the store of S.
We will apologize for the thinness of
the local columns this issue on the
cround that we have been working under
Hi8 W.P"" that
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S. Schwab can show you the latest
styles In men's and youths' clothing for
fall and winter wear.
Our D.'vil is leader of the Band. The
most appropriate song is "See the mighty
host advancing, Srttnn leading on."
Students, you arc invited to call at T.
Ewing & Co.'s clothing emporium for
line clothing and gent's furnishing goods
The Dormitory has changed hands.
Mrs. Young and Mrs. Williamson go to
St. Louis. Mrs. Brown takes their place.
If you want a Havana-lllled five cent
cigar, call for the celebrated "W. W."
manufactured by Woltemadc& Wolf.
Tlte Dormitory has almost been chang
ed into a hospital of late. The number
of sick students this term is something
The U. C. Band has a new teacher. Mr.
Everet of the City Band now instructs
them. It is hoped that this change will
The Preps are two hundred and thirty
strong. They are sheep without a shep
herd and many have wandered from the
Students desiring nfac simile of their
physiognomy, prepared in the latest stylo
of the art, should visit Wheat & Ford.
Special rates are offered.
The U. C. Band has been taking a very
active part in the political crisis. Both
Republican and Democratic rallies have
been enlivened by their presence.
The largest assortment of Meerschaum
and Briar pipes, and a full stock of
moking and chewing tobacco at Wolt
emadc & Wolfs.
One of the members of the Literature
class says she wishes that the author
of "Canterbury Tales" had "cantered off
to eternity in his infancy."
The Girlatorians now drill regularly
under the direction of Lieut. Webster
They call themselves "The Broom-stick
Long phiz's have been the order of the
day after nearly every examination this
term. When the grade is reported, the
faces are only lengthened.
The childish interest taken in the class
organization by the Sophomores and
Freshmen is a pleasant picture to loot;
upon. No canes adopted yet.
An unregeiierated student has formed a
habit of taking part in the Democratic
torch-light procession. Such students arc
so rare tliul they merit an investigation.
One of our Seniors has offered, with
the aid of two Juniors, to furnish three
torchlights free of charge. The auburn
fraternity still exists in the University.
Groceries chonp, Frultn swaot.
Syrup clear, FieheH Bait,
Oystorn rove, Applet) tart,
Ucrrios black, Burrlus crun
All you'll Hud nt Hurmanco'a stand.
This Fall there are a great many stu
dents here who get to cast their first vote
for President. It is needless to sa that
Garfield will get most of the benefit of it.
It is a well known fact that a Frenchman
!:an kill a man politely; but. we
lever renlized how it was done until our
Janitor came into society to turn off the
gas. His appearance would indicate that
he was showing the members the highest
I have some especially new styles in
Hats, Caps, Underwear, Shirtp, Collars
and neckwear not to be found in any
other house in Lincoln. Kier the hatter.
The Chancellor now keops a whip over
the door of his office for the benefit of
those innocent little Seniors of his, who
will not break over any of the rules wll
fully but they forget.
Wo could not sec any difference in
prices from former .years at S. Schwab's
store. He appears to sell as cheap as he
did last year. It will pay you to give him
A few morning since the mere weight
of the dignity of one of our Seniors broke
one of those strong new stats in chapel.
The question now arises, what could two
Seniors not do?
Eureka! Eureka! Hcrmance it Cook
have moved Into their new store in Rich-
ards' Block, and are disposing of their
groceries so cheap and rapidly that every
One of the unsolved problems is the
questiou as to the whereabouts of a certain
Senior between the close of society last
Friday evening and two o'clock the next
The suggastion of last issue in regard
to those charming pianos has not had the
desired effect. No more pianos have
been bought, but they are getting noisier
and more constant.
Boys, go to David Mays and get some
of those fine silk handkerchiefs. He also
has the best assortment of neck wear,
and a fine lot of the latest styles of New
Ts not theic something in the Book,
News, Periodical, or Toy line today If
so Clason can supply He also keeps a
full line of University text books. Call
on him South side O bet 10 and 11
' "Who is the greatest singer that ever
visited America?" Orate Senior (confl.
dently): "Florence Nightingale." An
audible smile over the class, and Btam
mers and blushes on the part of Senior.
We were intending to advise a certain
Junlorical Prep, not to call his lady
friends Honey on too short acquaintance;
but his recent experience makes it un
necessary. This may serve as a warning
to the Initiated.
The State Board of Agriculture was out
to see the boys drill last Friday. They
thought that the object was to train the
bovs to walk straight enough to follow a
furrow behind a plow, but concluded that
it was not a success.
The Student force has adopted the
policy of keeping a Bible in the sanctum
and henceforth every boy who comes in
to bother the typos will be obliged to
read a chapter. We do not anticipate any
An unvcnerable Junior has invented a
new way to study mathematics. He hangs
his hat in Prof. Hitchcock's room. At
the end of a week he affirms that it con
tains more mathcmat'cs than it ever did
while on his head.
We call attention to the fact' that Jas
Hollinger, the students' friend, has re
moved his Popular Shaving Parlor to 11th
staect, next door to the Commercial Hotel
where he is prepared to meet all of his
old customers and many new ones.
Just after the last German examination
a student fell asleep and dreamed Hint his
grade was eighty-one. The result proved
that dreams go by contraries. ne .got
John Stuart Mills has a rival in the
University in the shape of Master Roscoe
Pound, son of Judge Pound. We do not
hesitate to say that he is the smallest spec
imen of manhood that has yet graced our
school; but for all this he leads the class
Prof: "Which is the more delicate
sense, feeling or sight?" Soph.: "Feel
ing." Prof.: "Give a proof of it." Soph.:
"Well, here is Chase, who can feel his
mustache, but nobody can bee it."
Now the Cadet are discussing the expe.
diency of visiting Nebraska City or Atch
ison within the next two weeks. Show
off boys now is your only chance. We
would suggest Saltillo.
The ladies frequently remark while at
The Little Store that they get much more
for their money than they expected. The
low prices on Laces, Neckwear, Corsets,
Hosiery, fancy work, etc., is the cause of
Uncle John Morrison, the best tailor
in town, has just received a fine lot of
French goods- Those nobby suits of our
last year's graduates wore made by him.
Give him a call boys.
When the professor said that "a bed is
an abstract place for resting," some of the
students declared that they would never
sleep on a bed" again. They thought that
abstraclH was.ouly used in connection
J with Olney's Algebra.
Our Professor in German seems to have
had a very extended observation or ex-.
perience. lie says the moment when
two young persons cease lo call each other
Sieiwid begin to say (fu marks the point af
ter which there is no "go back" without
danger of a breach of promise suit
Until that mouse which daily frisks a
bout Mr. Little's room, is deprived of
its freedom, not much progress can be ex
pected. Between the screams of the ladies
and the efforts of the gentlemen not to
scream the time is so occupied that not
much is left for the recitation.
On the morning of Nov. 2nd the stu.
dents assembled in chapel and took a
vote on the President. The result was
a? follows: Ladies; Garfield, 54; Han
cock, 32 ; Dow, 1 ; Andrew Jackson, 1.
Total, 88. Gentlemen ; Garfield, 77 ; Hun
cock, 17; Dow, 1. Total, 05.
The cadets take great interest in the
target practice. Every pleasant Saturday
they gaily wend their way to Target Hill.
The success is variable. Some shoot
well, others poorly and others still indif
ferently. Over in Saunders county the
people aro insuring their lives and stock
against the catastrophes of warfare.
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