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TEH HESPERIAN STUDENT.
Tiik members of the classes of '71) and
74 met Wednesday, June 34, and formed
iin nlumnl of the graduates of the College
of Literature, Science and Art. Arrange
incuts will be made to bcciuc an address
at the next commencement exercises.
The following are the ofllcers elected for
the ensuing year: Prcs., J. S. Dales; 1st
VicePres., W. 11. Snell; 2d Vioo Pros..
U. II. Malick; Cor. and Hoc. Sec, F. P.
lliml; Treas., W. M. Stevenson.
The following is the constitution and
by-laws as adopted :
ARTICLES ok association adopted JUNE
AitT. 1. The alumni of the college of
literature, science and art of-the Unlvnr
sitv of Nebraska hereby (Constitute them
selves an association to lie known by tlf
name of the "Associate Alumni," of the
college of literature, science and art.
Art. 2. The object of this association
is declared to be to promote in every prop;
or way the interest of our Slate Universi
tv and '" foster among Its graduates a
sentiment of regard for each other, and
of our attachment for our alma mater.
ht. H. All graduates of this college
of the University bearing a diploma from
the same, shall be entitled to membership
in this association. The Regents of the
University and the Faculty ol this college
shall bo honorary members of this associ-
ntion. , . . ...
AT 4. The ofllcers oi this association
shall consist of a president and one vice
president from each graduating class, a
corresponding secretary, a recording sec
rotary, and a treasurer.
Art. 5. This association shall meet
annually on the day preceding commence,
meiit at two o'clock in the afternoon, or at
the call of the president, with the consent
of the executive committee.
Art. (1. Any proposition to alter or
amend these articles of association must
be made at an annual meeting, and lie
over one year, and have the assent of two.
thirds of tho members present at the final
BY-LAWS ADOPTED JUNE 24, 1874.
AUT I Sec. 1. There shall be a stand
ing executive committee consisting of five
members. , ,. , . . ,
Sec. 2. The order of business at each
regular meeting shall be as follows
1st. Calling the roll by Secretary.
2d. Reading the minutes of the last
8d. Treasurer's report and the referring
of the same to the tixccuuve uunumuui:.
4th. Roportof the executive committee.
5th. Report of special committees.
Oth. Miscellaneous business.
7th. Election of ofllcers and commit-
Art. II.-Sec. 1. It shall bo the duty
of the corresponding secretary to keep a
list of the graduates and their post ofllco
addresses, 10 notify each member elected
to an office, of his election, and attend to
such other business as directed.
Sec 2 The duties of the recording
secretary shall be to keep the records and
report the proceedings of the association.
Sec 3 The officers of this association
shall be 'elected as follnws: The prcsi
dent, corresponding secretary, recnUng
secretin-" treasurer and the executive
committee by a majority of all the mom.
bors present. Each class i shall elect the
Vice-president to which it Is entitled.
Sec. 4. All officers shall hold heir
offices for one vcar from and alter then
election, or until their successors arc elec
,C Sko. 5. In the absence of the presidont,
one vice-president shall preside, and the
ridit to the chair shall be according, to
fe seniority of tlie cluss.to which the vice
prosldunt present shall belong.
Sec U In all meetings of this associa
tionfhe members present shall constitute
ft ST' Thoro shall be an annual tax of
one dollar upon each member, payable at
eaoh annual meeting.
W. II. Snell, W-1?I,,?Si "
J. S. Dales, f ft ""l1?'
Glass of 1873 U. " 874.
General Ml. 11. Ticket Office.
NO. 14 EAST 0 HT11EET.
Tickets Jo nil prominent rnllrond nolnts by tho
host nnd chonnost routes. Information cheerful
A. W. Kem,oou, Agent.
G. ENSIGN, Proprietor,
Ono Door South Pout Office,
Opera IIoiimo Illock.
tSTThU Houso liim 1)eon thoroughly rollttod,
nnd nowly furnished throughout. Chnrirett mod-ornto.
Attorney at Law,
- GO VERNMENT LAND AGENTS.
SPECIAL ATTENTION UIVEN
Ofllco on 10th St. 2d Door North U. S.LnndOnieo.
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA.
Sale and Exchange Stable.
W. J. HYATT, - - - - Prop'r.
New Brick Stable, west side 11th street,
between 0 and P streets, two Doors south
of Commercial Hotel.
Shaving, llalrciittlng, and Sham
pooing dono with accuracy nnd In despatch.
11th htteut South of 0 West side.
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA.
N.B. MnkoB n speciality of trimming Indies'
nnd children's hulr.
E. T. M. IIURLBUT, M. D.
IIoMaspATiiio Physician and Surgeon.
Office and Residence on P street, between
11th & 12th North side.
A. M. DA VI'4,
Wholesale nnd Jtotn'.V Denier In
Carpet, Oil Cloths, Itt:H, MatH,
Window hai!t, J,aef Curtain)
J)amalt) tCr, tCr,
No. 28 E. O Stiieet, Lincoln.
W. B. HARLOW.
In all Htylcn,
Boarding by the day and week.
20 Enst O street,
A. . GIIISON, A. ITI., I?I. D.,
1'hlnlflan anil Snrg-eun
Ofllco, Rcsdonco nnd Dlsponsory on 11th Street,
Between O nnd N.
HT'Bku. and Nkiht-lhhit.
NATIONAL MEAT MARKET,
BULLIS & HARRIS,
Dealers in Native Beef, Pork, Sugar-
Cured Hams, Etc.,
.Vo. 8 11I SI reel.
Am Good a tho Bcr,
A Cheap n Hie Cheapo,
On P Street, botween 10th nnd 11th.
CONOVER & DRUSE
keep the city
Boot and Shoe Parlor.
Liberal DlHCountH Made to
Largest AsHortinonV' nud
Latent Style AlwayN on Ilnnd.
O Streot, hotweon 10th & 11th South sldo,
Lincoln. - - Nehuaska.
G-errans & Haymaker,
NO. 10 SOUTH 11th STIIEET.
Ji E JV T I S T ,
Teeth intortcd on Gold, Silver and Jtubber.
All Work Guaranteed.
Ofllco over Ncwmnn's store on O Street.
(llotwcen Tenth nnd Eloventh street,)
AND DEALEll IN
ClotliM, CaMNliiicrM, DocHklng,
No. 0 South 11th St,-01d P. O. Stand.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
AND DEALEll IN
WatehcN, Clot-leu, Jewelry,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
a old and HUvcr IV.
SPECTACLES, CUTLERY, &c,
AT FACTORY PRICES.
A Fine Selection of the
CELEBRATED SETII THOMAS CLOCKS
WntchOH, Clocks nnd Jewelry ropnlrod by ox
erlonced workmen. Engrnvlnj: nently executed.
Rcniemher tho plncc HALLETT'S,
o etrcot, uotwvcn 10th nnd 11th, south sldo.
. XV. MOIIITIANN,
CARPETS AND OIL-CLOTIIS
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
A v. R
i' ta "
I t 1.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO STUDENTS
C. M. LEIQ1ITON. H. AV. BROWN.
LEIGIITON & BROWN,
WHOLESALE AND IlETAIL
Corner O nnd 11th Strcots,
Special Attention Paid to Rcpalrlsig
'WatchcH, CIoelCH, Ac.
f Full JlMtorlmtnt of Sprclarltn
Opera House Block, O Street,
ZIVEIIX If EXOIMJVGE!
11th Street, between O & P.
AV. H. nOY!R, ----- Prop'r.
Special Inducements to Students.
Best slnglo nnd doublo rlcs nlwnys on hand,
with nttentivo grooms In nttuudnuco.
ZEIIRt3NC & IIARLEV.
Now Urlclc rK Store Cor. O Jk 1 1 tli at.
LINCOLN, - - - NEURASKA
S-ARonts for Snlc ol" University Books.
11KOE1VEI) TWO UIl'LOMAS AT NEIIHAHKA STATK
FA1UH, SErTEMUEU, 1873-73.
Dr. T. C. Kern,
OFFICE COR. O AND ELEVENTH STS.,
LineoIit( - Nebraska,
C2?ALL WOIIK WA1UIANTED.
THE OJS'JR nttCJB SYOUX
HORWITZ & DAVIDSON,
Wholcsnlo nnd Rctnll Dcnlcrs in
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Hattj Cap) Hoot and Hlioti,
TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.,
No. 0, Knst Side Squnro. LINCOLN, NEB
BOOTS if SHOI
LEATHER & FINDINGS
For CaHh One Price Only
Cheapest IIounc In the City.
CuMom Work and Repairing
Dono to Order.
W. L. KIDD, cfi GO.
Sonthoast cornor of Square,
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