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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1891)
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Miss Isabel Mulford, a former instructor in botany at Vas
sar college, has been a frequent caller in the botanical
department the last week and has attended several lectures.
The botanical department was so fortunate as to secure
from the managers of the state fair, the collection of 107
species of grasses prepared by Mr. Bates of Valentine.
There are this year eighty-five students in 'he prep class
in chemistry, while the other classes in this department like
wise show an increase of some twenty-five per cent.
Professor Harbour has been busy so far arranging his de
partment to suit his-requircments and have things in readiness
to proceed as though he had been here forever.
The Palladian boys have organized their debating club
inte a senate. C. M. Skilcs is president; Mr. Wcldcn,
clerk; H. S. Lord, sergeant-at-arms.
The new foot scrapers will be regarded by the students,
the members of the faculty and the janitor as a thing oi
!eanty and n joy forever.
Professor Caldwell is the proud lather of a beautiful nine
pound daughter, born October 9. Tun Hksi'F.riax extends
A number of Mr Fliot's friends spent an enjoyable even
ing last Friday at the residence of his parents on the comer
ol 14th and M streets.
Jack Frost and the gardener have removed the last of the
plants that added so much to the attractiveness of the campus
during the summer.
It is amusing to sec how eager the people were to get
back their money after reading the Lasso. They felt they
had been roped in.
The janitor now works to a schedule, and is more than
ever a member of the faculty! And the building is looking
cleaner than ever.
J. 1. Brook of Ashland visited the university the 1st of
the month looking after the interests of his illustrious son
The University Bicycle club will take a run on the 17th
insL, the winner to receive a beautiful pennant provided by
The cane rush was a fizzle. The sophs and the freshies
.can not agree upon the length of time the rush sha'l occupy.
That the new fence is inestimably improved in appear
ance by the coat of blue paint is a self-evident truth.
Fisher, '94, seems to be the only unfortunate in the first
-cane scrap. A serious sprained ankle is his penalty.
Professor Bessey has just prepared for press a bulletin
Ireating the native trees and shrubs of Nebraska.
The antiquated wooden platform in front of the armory has
been removed and stone steps put in its place.
Lieutenant Griffith and wife left Lincoln for Fort Claike,
Texas, on the morning train, Saturday last.
Rev. and Mrs. Turell of Genoa caine down the last of the
week to cheer their son in his weary hour..
Miss Lillibridge, n special student, has gone to New York
and will not be in school again this term.
The class In freshman history thought it had a snap until
it was snapped with an examination.
The countenance of Wynegar was brightened last week by
the appearance of his father.
Judging from reports, the junior theme class furnishes the
jnembers much recreation.
C. E. Tcfft, 95, ipeni Sunda with his parent al A oca.
The Palladians expect to .celebrate their twentieth anni
versary on Nov. 20.
The present disfiguration ol the campus promises beauty
in the near future.
Wynegar, '95, a new student from Ulyses was on the sick
list a few days.
The gallery of the museum lias been closed for repairs and
Professor Ingersoll and family arrived from Colorado the
2nd inst. . .
Miss Sheppard, '95, went home last Friday to spend
There are so far just one hundred students taking work in
Miss Burks, '95, visited her home at Beatrice over Sun
day. Sayer & Sawyer, stationery.
New sour krout at the "Good Luck."
Cadet suits, gloves and caps at Swing's.
Call on Ewing for cadet gloves and caps.
Cadet caps and suits a specialty at Ewings.
Special prices to students at T. Ewing & Co's.
Come and see what "Erasine" is at Hesperian office.
Fine veiws of the University buildings, at the Hesperian
Get your fine stationery of Sayer & Sawyer at the Hespe
New York pears, quinces and Talman sweet apples at the
Pens, ink, paper, envelopes, pencils and erasers at the
The finest students' suits in the city at Ewing & Co's,
1 1 15-17 O street. Good goods, low prices.
Have you seen the nickle savings stamps? Call at Ne
braska Savings Bank for descriptive circular.
A neat vest pocket memorandum book will be given to
every student by the Nebraska Savings Bank. Call on Ting
ley and get one.
Wantk Second-hand books bought, sold, and ex
changed. Law hooves a specialty. Lincoln Book Exchange
119 North Twelfth street.
We do not offer special prices to students but we
guarantee our prices to be lower than those
who do. We have a large stock of Under
wear, Hosiery, Gloves, etc, for Ladies and
Gentlemen which we invite you to inspect.
MILLER & PAINE.
:33-l39 SOUTH IITH STREET-
MILLINERY AND NOTIONS
1114 O Street.
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