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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1879)
How the wind docs blow!
Soon ho tiino to go swimming.
Hcud "The Royal Path of Life."
Hot wo ut her has come for a six months'
Linen coats soon make their appear
ance. These moonlight nights gateposts
see any connection?
'The Royal Path of Life" is worthy of
a place in every home.
Students will lind all their Text-books
at the Rook Store of Fox & Struvo.
A prep on being asked what was sweet,
or than candy, promptly answered "lasses."
The Junior class has (hushed one book
on European history, and proposes to use
up another in the next two weeks.
A. II. Wuitt, opposite the Post Olllco,
has a very desirable line of Roots and
Shoes, and oilers them chenp enough.
"The Royal Puth of Life" would be a
nice present to a friend.
For Groceries go to L. Moyor in his
new quarters on the east side of the
The Senior Class has finished its work
and has been turned loosu to rest up for
the .1 uno parade.
The Campus has been raked oil, all the
trees pruned and things fixed up so as to
render the Campus generally attractive.
Every student should nave a copy of
"The Royal Path of Life."
Go to Fox & Struvc's Rook Store for
your Text-books and Stationery.
The Students in general show the effect
of loo much study and too little exercise.
Wo know of only onosol of students who
take regular exercise. Rraco up boys,
Rase ball isn't very popular so far this
term, and it is probable that the year will
close without any such exciting contests
as we had last spring.
Several rain storms have purified tho
atmosphere and benefited greon things in
general, except such as wore green enough
to lend umbrellas.
At tho Little Storo on Rlovonth St. you
will find a lino assortment of Ruches, Cor
sets, Dress Ruttons. Torchon and Rroton
Laces, all at popular prices.
Unpen Senior, who had consumed for
tyeight hours cramming International
Law with the expectation of being exam
ined in two days, looked the very imago
of despair when told that he would not
be examined in Law until the end of the
One of our light haired Sophs. he of a
romantic turn of mind lias just complet
ed a scqual to "Raby Mine." It consists
of fifty two chapters and Is entitled "Two
hearts that boat as one," or "Five days ex
perience with a French Grammer."
The Captain of the military company
requests us to ask the High. School girls
not to make such a free use of their hand
kerchiefs when visiting the University ,
while tho boys are drilling. It seriously
interferes witli the discipline of the company.
Don't Fokukt when you want any
thing in tho Grocery lino to call on
W. W. English, west 11 st., near N. The
beat rcgads of Tobaccos and Cigars on
hand. Good goods and satisfaction or no
Tho Astronomy class has been looking
at Venus and Jupiter. Thoy were going
to observe Mars, but could not get up
early enough. Tho boys at tho house
east of tho University were depending on
that Senior to wake them when he got
back from taking his girl home. Rut
they found that wouldn,t do to depend
on. They had to get up at three o'clock.
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