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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1872)
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KIUHTON A I1R0WN,
lit Ofllcfl Untitling,
BOOTS AND SHOES,. .
LKATHKR AND FINDINGS.
CUSTOM WORK AND REPAIRING DONE TO ORDER.
O. "W. "WEBSTER & CO.,
- - - NEBRASKA.
AND NEWS DEALERS,
Corner or O and lltli streets.
LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA.
i y& c. mocluiFi:"
Have now on hand
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
HATS AND CAPS.
'Corner of 0 and 11th streets.
IINCOTJST, - - NEBRASKA.
ST ATIONERY, NEWS,
AlM'I.RS, I'KAllS, AND AM. KINDS OK FHUIT,
IX THKIU SEASON.
QTRKKT ATWOOD, "
ay in 3fA);s
ok r.vKKY nnbOKii'TioK, including
He htn now W'tand the larget stock f CLOTUIXft
ever brought to Lincoln, and it selling them at prices
whit-h defy competition. 8pcial indncemonte are
STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY.
More on O street, east of 10th.
Southeast comer Market Square,
GOMPlhKRiT OF ABSTRACTS..
- - -
uth side if Vlarkst Stynare.
NE Mi A SKA.
S LIFTOX HOTEL,
Corner 131 h and X streets.
LINCOLN, - - - NEBRASKA.
GAYLORD & SONS, Proprietors.
Day Boaul. $5.00 per Tek, Transient. tt.00 jer day,
Yoiml jter Week, f " lo ? 10. Fitt Omnihmfor Gvttti,
rpARLE SHOWING the DIFFERENCE
X IN TIME.
LINCOLN, NKB., .... ,,.12 00 M,
Nw York Citt, l SO P, M.
Uostok, .,, i 4S "
PuxLAnsLrniA,... 1 M
Bai.timo 130 "
CINCINNATI,....,,.,,.. ,..12 49 "
Chicaoo, 12 J "
Madison, WU., ia 81 "
Dss Moines, Iowa 12 12 "
SrwNOPinLD, 111., ,..,,.12 28 "
Jefferson Citt, Mo 12..1&-
Ht. Lovm ...,...,..,,,12 27 "
St. Paul, Minn 12 t "
Indianapolis, ,12 43 "
FortKeaenst, 11 .10 A.M.
PiK'a Peak, 1117 "
Salt Lake Citt,...,.... 10 5
Saceamsnto, ..10 21 "
San Fkaxcisoo, ,..,10 17 "
Pomxanb, Oregon,.,..... 10 18 '
Omaha, Neb., ,..,..,,12 03 P.M.
J. B. TRICKEY & CoM
WATCHMAKERS AND UZALKRS IX FINK
LINCOLN. - - XERKASKA.
WHOI.X4AIZ AMD I1ITML DIA1.XR IK
Wooden-Ware, Country Produce, Ac., Ac.
Southeast comer Market Square, Lincoln, Nibhasxa.
IW iooii iutrb ran.
F. AV. IIOHMANN,
Keeps constantly on lmiid a flill and complete assortment of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
YANKEE NOTIONS, HATS, CAPS, LADIES ROOTS AND SHOES,
A mil line In HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, also
PIANOS, ORGANS, AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
Extra inducements lo .students.
O street, JiJYCOZJV, JMOMteHSAltt .
GOLD AND Sll.YER WATCHES,
RICH GOLD JEWELRY,
SILVER AND SILVER PLATED WARE
SPECTACLES, CUTLERY, &i.
W A LTD AM AND
AT FACTORY PRICES.
A Vino Selection of the
1 f.t5ELERRA.TED S15TII THOMAS CLOCKS
Watches, Clock and Jewelry repaired by experienc
ed workmen. KnsraTlnc neatly executed.
Kcmcmbcr the place-HALLKTT'S,
O atrcct, between 10th and 11th, houth side.
G" EO. 7 METCAT-F t CO.,
tarcrKwon to a. a. ariuon oo..
LINPOLN, - - NEBRASKA.
O ttrcet, between 10th and llthj
la the beat place to bny anytliinj; In the ray. or School
and mltcellaneons ' " Ti-'IZ1
And In fact everything aally kept In a well-regnlated
bookktore. Kaatnrn prices duplicated an sight.
Goods Wholesale and Ketall. ;
ct rpHE HESPERIAN OTTDKNtI"
Is Published Monthly, in the iutercfts of
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
TSRHS or BtTllSCKirTIOV : i '
, $ 4.
One tear............................. .,75 eta.
ffix Menths,.,,, .SO etc
University of Nebraska,
nic ttnhorolly of the Stntewas owned Inst Scptciu
ber under favorable conditions, anil thus far has been '
imsicrou and kucccBxful.
The faculty, at present, is componod of live Profe-j-or,
skilled In thi-lr sovcnil departments of Instruc
tion. To thrfo there will be added two morv at the
opening of the next College year.
Student f. of lth i-ext'S are admitted to thii Unlver
slty, on pr.sin( examination in the common Kuglislt
branches tf entering the Latin Scheol; or In studies
of advanced clatter, ifclaimlngan advanced otandln.
Tuition In all departments Is FHRK. Then; U m
entrance tec of $5. Uok are furnished at cost.
The Institution is liberally supplied with Apparatus.
Cabinet, Library, and all needful facilities for illus
trating the subjects taught. The Philosophical and
Chemical Apparatus Is especially large and valuable.
It is proposed by the Regents to open the Agrlcul
tural College aithecarlfct-t time practicable probably
at the opening of the next College year.
Hoarding is obtained at reasonable rates in private
families, or by renting rooms the expense stay be
reduced to fi or f3 per week. At present boarding in
families I from 4 to fS per week.
The Spring Term will begin Thursday, April 4, 1872.
The Fall Term will begin the second Thursday of
September next. ,
Correspondence is solicited by the Chancellor from
those intending to enter College.
The health orour State and the facilities offered la
the University, should bo strong inducements for
those seeking health and advantages for education.
For Circulars and other information respecting the
A. R. RENTON,
Chancellor University of Neb.,
it nil .iiiiumi- Mk
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