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THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
I MlnMllM'l,BI-" - ' - M"1
AmasaCoiiii, Pres't. J. F. Hirnnvrii, Cashier.
W. P. Phillip, Vice-President.
First National Bank
HALF MILLION POLL A US.
(Douglas Ilonso Enlarged.)
J. J. IMIIOFF, - Proprietor.
HENRY WEAVER, MANA(i:il.
Late or Ooult House, Chicago.
MANUt'AUTVllKll AM) HKAI.KIl IX
MOOTS . ffHOJiS,
Made from the best material and arrunted. Re
palrlngneutly done on short notice.
Nerth nlilc .Square. LINCOLN, Mill.
Mimwhcr, Kcimard A Co.,
IS A N iv E K S,
YOUNG & Oil ASK,
0 Street llotwecu 10th and lltli
Students ami others desiring Bread,
Crackers, Pies, etc , will II ml it to their
intcrst to call at the Steam Bakery, North
side of Public Square Next to the At
Tuttle If liartvooti,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
M a n u f a c t u r c r of Fine Cigar,
AND DEALER IN ALL OF
Chewing and Smoking
Iwf Smokers tlrtlcles or all
O Street. Three Doors East of Tenth,
Have on hand
.A COMPLETE A890UTMKNT OK
;s g e jr t s
FU21 WISHING GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
CORNER OF O AND llTU STREETS,
C. II. Van Foncn,
AGENT FOR THE
PEACOCK FORT SCOTT
HARD, and soft
7t OLN, NEBRSKA.
A.MA-A Cllllll. W. P. PHILLIP.
.1. F. SiMimrrii. .1 . G. MiM.Kit.
W, P. Fauwell.
JOIiJV ,. JleVOAWKI.t.,
Staple V Fancy Dry Goods
A N I) N 0 T I 0 N S,
No. 12, Hrlggs' block. .South sldo 0 Street,
1. I V V O h JV, - jy JK It H.I S K .f .
C E X T 11 A E. MAR It E T .
tfltalf, Haui4iffti, Ham and J'rovOon
of all Kinds.
South Side Market Space,
II. W. HARDY,
Oilers special inducements to
STUDENTS! TEACIPIiSl PliEACIVS!
AT III? UHICK
No. 11, 10th Street,
Recommended by (he State Superintendent
The Largest. The Cheapest. The Best.
The authority of the U. S. Sknate mill IIuvpe
or ItGritKIKXTATIVKri, Ulld of EVEUKTT, HUMNKIt,
Quin'cv. IUvkn, Wi.NTimow, Maiisii, Mann, Hil-
I.AItl), Hni.MG'l, I.ONdKEI.I.OW. Ai.kxandku, llv
ItANT, IllVIXO, IIeniiy, Fei.ton, urn! the leildlll,'
mithors of Europe and Anierleii.
The "MEDAL OF ME It IT," wns nwnrded nt
the Vienna ExnoHitlon to Worcester.
Uetall price $10; liberal discount made to
school district, tcachors ministers and club.
Briswcr & Tilchton
"WoltCESTKK'S Sl'ELLINO BOOKS,
SEAVEY'S U. S. UlSTOltY,
All of which are recommendod by tho Stato Su-
nnrlntniifliiit nf olirtialfn f.n nii. In li un AHM.
mon schools of the Stato.and In use in n largo ma
Jorlty. Sluglo copies or any of tho oliovo for ex
amination fexcept Quarto Dictionary) will bo
sent by mall to any teacher sending ono half
the rotallprlco. Address
John M. T.vaaAnT,
NORMAL SCHOOL, PEWU, NKMAHA COUNTV, NEBRASKA
UXIVEIISITY 4F XEBKAM&A,
The Unlersltv of the Stato was otiened for
the hccond year henteinber li. 18M. under iuora
hie conditions, and thus far has been prospeiotis
The Faculty, at present, is composed of seven
Prolessors. skilled in their seerul departments
Students of both sexes are admitted to the
University on passlnt: examination In the com.
mon Eui-llsh brunches, if enterln the Latin
School; or in studies or advanced classes, it
clulmlns an advanced standlim.
Tuition In all departments Is FilEE. There is
an entrance fee of J5. Hooks are furnished ut
Tho Istltutlon Is liberaly supplied with Ap
paratus. Cabinet, Library, and all needful fuel ti
tles for Illustrating the subjects taught. The
Philosophical and Chemical Apparatus Is espe
cially largo and valuable
The Agricultural College is now open, and fur
nishes a full courbc of instruction running
through Tour j ears, or a partial course In prac
tical agriculture, requlrlug one your, Tho com
pletion or the full course .entitles the student to
iloardhi'' Is obtained at reasonable' rates In pri
vate lamllies, or by renting rooms the expense
may be reduced to $- or $:J per week. At present
boarding in families is from $1 to $5 per week.
Tho Fall Term began Thursday. September 12
The Winter Term will begin Thursdu), Jan.
nary 2, 187:1.
Correspondence Is solicited by the Chancellor
from thoe Intending to enter College.
The health of our State and the facilities
oflered in the University, should be strong In
ducpineiits lor those seeking health and udvan
tuges for education.
For circulars and other Information respecting
the Unlvcreity, address
A. R. HENTON,
Chancellor Unlerlty of Nub.,
. B. IARKER,
WIIOI.ESAL AN1 11ETAII. DEAI.EI13 IX
lartlicart, Jaitn, Stovtn nnrf Thitcarr,
TAI1LE AND POCKET CUTLERY, AGRICUL
TURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MEOIIAN-
O Htrcot, between Oth and lOtli.
State Normal School.
T. J. IffOnWAN, Principal,
Mental and Moral Science; School Economy.
J A HI IKS BHLIjANKEK,
KATE H. DIOKIIWAN,
Instrumental Music; Gymnastics.
Principal of Preparatory School.
KMZA C. JTIOBIAN, PrcceptrcMN,
Rhetoric; English Literature.
W. K. WIIjSON,
Natural Science; Greek.
W. IMKLEN BURT,
KliZiKN K, JOHNSTON,
Principal of Model School.
Hoard ITIcctw Qnarlcrl) Docombcr,
march, June, September.
First Term begins Thursday, Sept. 1. 187:1; Ends
Wednosdaj, Jan. 1874, Second Term begins
Thursday. Feo. -I, 1871; Ends Tuesday,
Juno 23, 1874.
fctudoiits can enter at any time. The best tiino
Is ot the beglnlng or the year; or, If that is
not practicable, then cither November 18,
February I, or April 15.
Tuition free. Number or students enrolled
since September over three hundred. For catalo--gue
T. J. ItlOHGAN, Principal.
Ono door south of Post Ofllce,
O. ff. WJEMSTEIl mtO,
BOOTS & SHOES,
LEATHER & FINDINGS,
No. 3 East 0 Street,
Have Just received a complete stock or goods di
rect trom Eastern ructorlos.
01 fur i
Will And it to their advantago to call and osam
Ino boforo purchasing olsewhoro, as a liberal do
auction Is always oflered to such Individuals.
UEPAIRINa DONE TO ORDER.
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