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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1876)
Our College Jrw.
lion on Industry, which was listened to
with !?rcat attention. The most nrnmlncnt i
fonture of the evening was an way hy
Mr. Lcller, upon the Democratic party.
Mr. Lcller proved himself well informed
upon his subject, and although his senti
ments diiTcred from ours, it showed plain
ly that he was honest in his opinion. The
question: Arc Trade Unions beneficial?
was discussed in n lively manner.
"Economy and Kekohm." Some of
the students are circulating a paper, en.
dcavoring to form a cluh, for the purpose
of procuring hoard at cost. The idea is
good, and the students would do well to
all join in the movement, and no doubt
a success he made of it.
Some individual, thinking Tilden was
the next President, had the impudence to
place a cannon in the campus, and tire it
otf. Ii was an unworthy cause, so it only
made a little noise, (so they say.) We are
all Hayes men, and always were, so don't
tamper with our good nature.
George McLean, who so long had
charge of the University building, has
come back and resumed his old position.
Things have become rather dilapidated
during George's absecnee, but, under his
care, all will be well soon. The students
unite in welcoming him hack.
The Regents li'ive given bonds for the
purpose of procuring guns for the mili
tary department, which will arrive in a
short time. Somn of the clothing mer
chants are also putting in bids to furnish
uniforms, consequently we may expect in
a short time to have a well equipped com
pany. A rare treat is promised the students
this winter in the way of bearing some of
the best lecturers in the country. The
Lincoln Lecture Association have pre
pared a well selected list of persons who
have :i world wide reputation. Prof. Da
vid Swing heads the list; Henry "Ward
Jk'ccher and Ingersoll will also be here
provided they can be persuaded to come
so far west.
The able uianageiiiont of the Com.
mercial Hotel by the esteemed proprietor
thereof, ,1. . Imhotl', needs no Indorse
ment at our hands. The excellencies of
the hotel will speak for themselves,, and
the attestation of those who have experi
enced the comforts of a well regulated ho
tel will be unanimous in praise of the
The Stittc Journal gives us words of en
couragement, in the way of passing n neat
compliment upon our appearance. 'Tis
so, students, we can make a good paper,
so exert your endeavors; if you know
anything, tell it; give your productions to
be printed, and act as if you were proud
and not ashamed of the StiJdknt and the
institution which it represents.
Send, Students, send with care,
Send your subscription audouedollairc.
What do you think we are doing up
We're running a college newspapaire.
Then send, students, send with care,
Send your subscription and onedollairc.
Send to Joyce, our managaire,
And he will send the papiare.
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of J. II. Harley, druggist, corner O
and 11th streets. He has a lino stock of
holiday goods. If any desire to find a
place in which is kept n large and selected
store of goods, from which to chose a
Christmas present, call on Harley. Sta
tionery and books of all descriptions
Text books furnished to students at re
We have received this month some
notes from the Normal, prepared i.y L. A.
11. This is a step in the right direction
and gladly do wo find space for the "Nor
mal Echoes." We all take nn interest iit
the Normal, not only becau-e it is our sis
ler school. We have many students
from there, and the Normal may feel
proud when we tell them, that many who
played prominent parts in the Philo
mathean, are now leading memcrs in the
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