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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1879)
your own head," ho said ; and then ho
wished lie had died a thousand years ago.
A gas clock has been placed on exhibi
tion in England. The motive power is
hydrogen gas produced by the action of
sulphuric acid and water in a zinc globe.
As the gas is generated, it raises n glass
bell cover, which, as it rises, moves a
lover which controls the hands of the
Three months vacation.
Read "The Royal Path of Life."
What are you going.todo during vaca
'The Royal Path of Life" is worthy of
a place in every home.
Students will And all their Text-books
at the Book Store of Fox & Struvc.
The annouccment is made that "sweet
sixteen" means a pound of sugar, avoridu
pois. Flowers wcro scarce this Commence
ment; every yard and all the green houses
were exhausted and then many were un
able to get as many as they wanted.
Go to Fox & Struve's Book Store fo
your Text-books aud Stationery.
Every student should have a copy of
"Tho Royal Path of Life."
A. II. Waitt, opposite the Post Office
has a very desirable line of Boots and
ghocs, and oilers them cheap enough.
Examine tho stock of Corsets, Laces,
Buttons and Hoscing at tho LItllc Store
on 11th St. The prices will surprise you.
The Editors of the Student extend
their thanks to Mr. Mercer for many
favors shown in preparing the present
number. He has helped very materially
in reporting Commencement exercises.
The Palladian Society have elected tho
following officers for next term. Pros.,
U.K. Wolfe; Vice Pros., Milton Guy;
Critic, C. 0. Chase; Sec, II. W. Caldwell;
Treas., P. M. Hannibal ; Cor. Sec, II. W.
Olmstead; Chorister, Anna Schuckman;
Usher, Geo. McLeau.
"The Royal Path of Life" would bo a
nice present to a friend.
For Groceries go to L. Moycr in his
new quarters on tho east side of tho
The University Union will be conducted
next term under the direction of the fol
lowing officers. Mr. N. Z. Snell will
hold the gavel. Vice Pros., Miss Minnie
Williams; Secretary, J. S. Brideubaugh ;
Critic, B. C. Arnold ; Trens., Miss Jessie
Parker, Cor. Secretary, Miss Carrie Pal
mcr; Historian, Miss Aldrich; Sargent-at-arms,
On the afternoon of the 10th, the cadets
drilled before the Regents. They went
through tho manual of arms, and marched
around the campus with heads up, and
little Angers on the seams of their pants,
and then went through the skirmish drill.
Twenty rounds of cartridges were fired by
way of punctuation marks, and, on the
whole, the Regents were well satisfied
with the work of Lieut. Dudley during
his term us Professor of Military Tactics.
At the Little Store on Eleventh St. you
will find a fine assortment of Ruches, Cor
sets, Dress Buttons. Torchon aud Breton
Laces, all at popular prices.
Don't Forget when you want any
thing in the Grocery lino to call on
W. W. Eugli3h, west 11 St., ttdur N. The
best regads of Tobaccos and Cigars on
hand. Goodgoods aud satisfaction or no
The nESPEitiAN Student Association
met, June 10th, to consider the resigna
tion ol Miss Judkins, Secretary of the
Association. The resignation was ac
cepted with a vote of thanks for the able
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