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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1874)
THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
AmabaCoiui, Fres't. J. F. Siumrrit. Cashlor.
W. P. Phillips, Vice-President.
First National Bank
HALF MILLION IOLLAKS.
(Douglas Huuso Enlarged.)
J. J. IM1I0FF, - Proprietor.
IIKMiY WHAVKH, MANAOElt.
Lnto of Onult House. Chicago.
MANUFACTUltEIt AND DEAI.EII I.V
hoots .ijs'ii stioKs,
Made from the bunt material mid warranted. Itc
pairing neatly done on short notice.
North Idc .Square. LINCOLN, NKII.
Jtotckcr, Kcnnartl if Co.,
R A X jiv E It S,
OUNG & CHASE,
O Street Between 10th and 11th '
Students and others desiring Bread,
Crackers, Pics, etc , will find it to their
interst to call at the Steam Bakery, North
side of Public Square Next to the At
M a ii ii fa c I ii r c r of Fine Cigar,
AND DEALElt IN AM, OF
Chewing and Smoking
lnd Smokers lrtlclcs or all
0 Street, Three Doors East of Tenth,
Have on hand
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OK
. G E .V T S .
F V it YISSriYG G O O US,
HATS AND CAPS,
COIINKIt OK 0 AND U'l'Il 8THKKTS,
Amaha Cono . P. Piiillu'm.
J. P. SUDDOTIt. J. O. MlLLKlt.
JOIIJV I. McCOJWVHl,!.,
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods
No. 12, Brlgga' block, South side 0 Street,
I I wV C O I. v,
JVH it H.I S K.I.
NORMAL SCHOOL. PERI', NEMEHA COUNTY, NEBRASKA
C. II. Van Fo.shou,
AOENT KOH THE
PEACOCK FORT SCOTT
HARD, and soft
CIENEHAL AOENT POH
TO BREE1 & CO'H
Belfast Ginger Ale!
.Jltalt, Snunnsr". Oame and 1'rovltoiiH
of all Kinds.
South Side Market Space,
II. W. HARDY,
Offers special inducements to
STlfBEN'IS! TEACIPRS! BREACH'S!
AT HIS lUtlCK
No. 11, 10th Street,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
of every description, including
Ho line now on hand the- heaviest stock of
goods, in his lino, in Lincoln. Students will do
well by purchasing of May, as will all others.
UNIVERSITY' OF NEBRASKA,
The University of the State wa opened for
the second year September IS. 18TS. under laxora
lile condition, and time far lias been prosperous
The Faculty, at present, is composed of seven
Professors, skilled in their several department
Students of both sexes are admitted, to the
University on passim: examination in the coin
inou English brandies, If entering the Latin
School; or in studies of advanced classes, II
claiming an advanced standing.
Tuition in all departments is PItEE. There is
an entrance fee of 5. Hooke are furnished at
The Istltiition is llberaly supplied with Al
paratus. Cabinet, Library, and ail needful facili
ties for illustrating the subjects taught. The
Philosophical ami Chemical Apparatus Is espe
cially large nnd valuable
AGItlCUL! UltAI, COLLEGE.
Tlio Agricultural College Is now open, and fur
nishes a lull course of instruction running
through four years, or a partial course in prac
tical agriculture, requiring one year. The com
pletion of the full course entitles the student to
N E BRAS K A
State Normal School,
T. J. HI OHO AN, Principal,
Mental and Moral .science; School Economy.
KATK S. DICKIOIAN,
Instrumental Music; Gymnastics.
Principal of Preparatory Scliool
I? I, IS. A '. HI O It G AN, Precept reNN,
lthetorle; English Literature.
AV. V.. IV I I, S O N ,
Natural Science; (.reek.
ii. in:i,i. iirirr,
KLMiN IS. JOHNSTON,
Principal of Model bchool.
C.I i.KVMI.i H.
Hoard Itlects. Quarterly December,
march, June, .September.
First Term begins Thursday. Sept. 1, 1ST:; End
uoaniimr is oiitalncd at reasonable rates lu prl-' Wednesday, Jan. 187-1, Second Term begins
vote families, or by renting looms the expense i 'iini.in,- v... i u-.. i'...i i....u.i...
may be reduced to $s or $: per week. At present Ihursdaj. row. I, 18.1; Ends luesdaj,
boarding In families is from $t to $.' per week. JunoS:), 187L
Storo ou 0 Strcot, Southeast of Square,
The Fall Term began Thursday, beptembor IS-'
The Winter Tumi will be-iln 'Thursday, .Ian. i Mudonts enn enter at any time. The best time
is nt the beginlug of the year: or. Ifthat Is
hot practicable, then either Noeinhei 13.
February t. or April 15.
itary S. ISM
Correspondence It, solicited bv the Chancellor
from those intending to enter College.
The health of our Ntiitu and the facilities
0 lie red In the L'niverslU. sh.mld lm slmii in
diicoiiienti, for those seeking health undiidwin ' -
times for education.
the UiilversajVmlJlres'r ll,f"r""ul,m ropuctiijr Tuition r,-e. Numhur of students enrolled
A It. DENTON. "lute September over three liundred. For tat ilo
Chaucellor University of Nob.. guc nddrurs
Lincoln. Nkis. !
T. J.HIOHGAN, Principal.
I'ARKER Ac LAXSLV,
WIIOI-USAI.E ANI 1IKTAII. DKAI.KItS IX
ilinilirnir, ,k, Store ami Tliittair,
TAI1LE AND POCKET OUTLEUY, AGHIOUL.
TUIIAL IMPLEMENTS AND MECHA'.
O wtrcet, between Oth and 10th.
V , I.V HIS
Ouo door south of Post Ofllcc,
S. C ELLIOTT. w. j. Tl'ltNLI'.
ELLIOTT & Tl'IUER.
WlioU'sak and Retail Dealers in
Oils ami U'tmlow Glass,
ROOKS AM) STATIONERY,
South Side .Market Space,
I.M.YCOL,Y, vVtSMMMMSK. t.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
LINCOLN, . NEBRASKA
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