Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885, December 01, 1880, Image 3
THE HESPERIAN STUDENT ytt4ftk Amoifgthe editors of the Yale Literary, appointed i'or tiio coming year, is tho son ol'Scorotury Evnrts, tliu founder of the mag a.ino. The sludonts at Asbury, at the late el ection, voted Tor six of the alumni, inclu ding governor, lieutenant governor, con gressman and statu senator. Other gradu ntos were candidates in other districts of (lie state. Sotitte, 'Another 'mash!'" "Do you want to die?" For Holiday goods go to Turner. Full line, latest styles at Ewing & Co's. Nobby college caps at Ewing & Co's. For Holiday goods go to Turner. You will find bargains in everything at Turners'. Books am' atationeiy for the students at Fox & Struvo's. Wilson Bro.'s shirts are sold by Ewing & Co. Custom made suits, and ulstcrellsatEw ing & Cos. Students will Unci all the books at the bookstore of Fox & Strove. Holiday styles in silk, stiff & soft bats at Ewing & Co's. The Cadets have concluded not to in ilicl the pooiPlnttsmouth people. Nobby ulsterettes and overcoats at Ew ing& Co.'s. Turner invites you to call and see his line lino of Holiday goods. "PloiHy to do" is the song most pop ular with our students this term. The celebrated Marble Head 5ct. cigar at Ryan Bros. Red Front Giocory. Students gel a discount of ten per cent at Ewing and Co.'. Students are invited to call at Ewing & Co's. for nice goods and low prices. Several sludonts contemplate swinging the "birchen rod" the coining winter. Elegant line neckwear and fancy hose al Ewing & Co.'s. Go to Sunday School and you will be good but you'll lose your pie. For style and make up of goods, Ew ing & Co. lead the clothing trade. Have you seen the "Obolisk" shirt? She is a beauty. Kier, the Halter. The lluost vases and toilet sets you over saw may be bucii at W. J. Turner's. Largo assortment, latest styles of silk handkerchiefs al Ewing & Co's. My lino of neckwear is of the latest style and very desirable. Kier the halter. All tho latest novelties in ncck-woar & lino furnishing goods at Ewing & Cos. Was Lord Bacon moan or unmenu ? that is Uie-oliestion. ''$$ 'qvl need anything in tho way of tobuccoes go to It. Hoiming- street, opposite the Academy hHl oigarsJiSJ Hupj&yulffll The class in Elementary Physics lias about completed tho work ot the term. New stylos in Windsors scarfs and handkerchiefs to match. Kier tho Hat ter. For Holiday gcods go to Turner. It will pay any one to visit our store when seeking for Holiday presents. Kier the hatter. "Tho now University Catalogue will probably be published within the next thirty days." "Bricks Without Straw" By tho". author of 'The fools errand," just out, Porsaloat Fa w el's. For the remainder of the term Prof. Church will continue Ills lectures, before the Junior class, on Philology. Ewing cfi Co. have the ilnost slock of clothing and gents furnishing goods west of Chicago. Be ye therefore pcitcot, oven as the inembeis of the Chemistry elass are per fect in their examinations. Visit Kier's hut store. Ho has a largo and elegant stock of hats unil furnishing goods. Go with tho rush to Ewing & Co.'s pop ular clothing bouse for latest styles and lowest prices. All of two Seniors accompanied Prof. Augliey on his trip to Ponca. Tlioy re port progress. Large invoice of neck-wear from New York just arrived at Ewing & Cos. empo r For Holiday goods go to Turner. We arc making a big display ofelegaiu and useful goods for Holiday presents. Kier tho Hatter. Students, yon are invited to call at T Ewing & Co.'s clothing emporium for line clothing and gent's furnishing goods The Professors all use the- celebrated Havana-filled cigar manufactured by Wollemade & Wolf. Students try Ihem. Notwithstanding that so nnny were absent from town, both societies held their regular meetings last Friday even ing. Wollemade & Wolf's is the place to go, if you want a Meerschaum otBriur Pipe, or any variety of smoking or chewing tobacco. At Ewing & Cos ClulhingiUiupoiium, you can always find a complete stock. Latest styles and lowest Prices. The society contest which was to occur tho tenth of December will probably be postponed until the lirst of next term. Tho contestants cannot get loady. The "Obolisk" Shirt is the best mude, best fitting shirt in America! Seeing il will convince you of the fact. Kier has Ilium. As an illogical sequenco of a little squib in last issue wo received tho ungrateful and scathing sarcasm of a well, neither Senior, Junior nor Froshie. Wo have some specialties In shirts, collars, cit fib and silk handkerchiefs, not to bo found in any other house in Lin- I Qoln.--Kiei' the hatter. Have you tried any of that Alpha Brand of Flour sold by Ilcrmunco & Cook. It rises as If by magi c; makes sweet tem poral wives and kind husbunus. It is suggonlod that a subscription paper bo circulated for tho purpose of raising funds to puicliaso a new door for tho Pal Indian stove. Ladles! Tho Littlo Storo makes a specialty of fancy handkerchiefs, novel- lies in neckwear, etc. It willpuy you to visit it and got the low prices. This is tho sage remark of a stalwart Senior: "It is impossible to adopt social ism in Ibis country; but if,it was possible, it could not bo done." I lmvo some especially new styles in Huts, Caps, Underwear, Shirts, Collins and neckwear not to bo found in any other house in Lincoln. Kier the hatter. One of our students lias turned mission ary. The oilier day lie offered to steal kindling wood the rest of tho year for u-. friend ol his, if he would join the church A new word has been invented by an ingenious student; when asked if lie used a pony in the study of Plato lie was iudigf. mint at the affront. He calls it a bicycle Our German instructor did not think that his class had very much to give thanks for and consequently assigned a lesson to thu class for Friday. Wo could not sco any difference in prices from former years at S. Schwab's s'orc. He appears to sell as cheap as he did last year. It will pay you to give him a call. As tho classical Seniors approach the time when they must bid good bve to the study of llio Greek, many bitter tears are shed. "We long, oh, wo long to see them!" Boys, go to David Mays and get some of those line silk handkerchlels. lie also has thu best assortment of neck wear, and a fine lot of tho latest styles of New' York Hats. Several students who were not so fortu nate as to take their Thanksgiving recess out of town assembled at the Dormitory and had a very pleasant sociable Thurs day e vuning. Eureka 1 Eureka! Ilermancc fc Cook have moved into their new storo in Rich ards' Block, and are disposing of their groceries so cheap anil rapidly Unit every body buys. Every day that the weather is too in. clement for out-door drill, Liout. Webster lectures to tho Cadets on military sub jocu. Wo find them very interesting and Instructive. Hunnur.ee & Cook keep a full stock of Groceries, California Fruits, fresh, dried, and canned. Give them a trial and take our word lor it, they will not be found wanting. During the snow-storm tho other day tho surveying class was engaged in com puting the distance between tho Universi ty and the Capitol. That's right boys, learn to endure inclement weather. Somo indigent negroes, tho other day, convinced our Democratic friends that cents to got themselves something to cat, Buying that servitude was preferable to slow starvation. There arc few rules that have no exceptions. Tho miss-guided youth who attended a leap your parly not longnli s iceasconclu ded to bo his own guide henceforth. He was kopt out in the cold too long at his father's gale. Bonj. Frnnkl In's sago remark tlmt when over he saw any one with a cane he took him to be infirm, lame or a fool ought'not to obtain in these degenerate days. For too many of our number nic thus. A Soph has shaved off his mustache. From our experience, wo would advise him to let it grow again as quickly as possible. This cold weather is more than one can stand without some facial proton tion. Prof. Chamberlain is giving the stu dents an opportunity for a fiee elocution ary "diff" every week, to those so in. cllned. Several arc taking advantage of the chance to develop their powers of expression. The old friend of the students, Dr. S. M. Weller, formerly pastor of tho Presbyter, ian church of this city, now of Morrison, III., lias been visitingLincoln, and preach ed at the Pros, church, Nov. 21, morning and evening. Tho ice on Salt Creek lor the past two weeks has been " good, and the stiu denls seemed disposed to profit by it. No more healthful exercise can be found and wo challenge any ouo to Invent a more destructive lesson-killer. Several Seniors have concluded that Phrenology is a true science and arc walling anxiously for a one horse Phrcn ologist to come along to tell thorn what they are goal for. This will decide their destiny beyond appeal. About half thu sludonts, as far as can be judged, spent their Thanksgiving recess at home. A very thankful crowd they were too. But thobu w ho stayed in town were very well satisfied that the vacation was no longer. Prof.: "Which is the most delicate of the senses?" Soph.: "Tho touch." Prof : 'Trove it." Soph.: "When you sit on a pin you can't see it you can't hour it yon can't taste it you can't smell it; but it's thcre.rEx. A Soph, spending tho afternoon in tho Library exclaimed with animation: "tlmt singing up stairs is just us sweet as all get out, and if the perlbrmois don't 'git out' pretty soon ." The rest was lost in a volley of angiy looks and sophniorical grimaces. Is the Students Lecture Association over to remain dead? It is high time thu something was done. There has not been a single lecturo in the city this season. Tho first socioty in tho fluid will have control of the lectures of the winter. Let some acliyo student got up n forensic boom. And now llio political cauldron begin' W lb to effervesce. Candidates for society dBfi emoluments aio as numerous as students Hf! on a circus day, and patent button boles mM tho yvar was a failure, by boL'clnc five arc in demand. The man who has the SMS SflRun v t kRw iA(,iV "