Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885, October 01, 1879, Page 185, Image 19

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    NO 8.
Subscribers ami Advertisers, whoso paper at
nuy ttmu falls to reach thorn should promptly
give notice of the fact to the Business Manager.
Students changing their address must give no
Ice to the Business Manager, before any chaugo
can ho made.
lotltl j$CW8.
Read "The Royal Path of Life."
The Constitution and Psychology class
es reviewed last week.
It is time to draM' cuts to sec who will
make fires the first week.
Go to Fox & Struve's Book Store for
your Toxt-books and Stationery.
The new style Paucl Pictures made
only at Wheat & Ford's Gallery O St.
Franklin county was reprcscnton in the
Republican convention by J. P. A. Black,
lie gave us a call on his way back.
The coming Student election is com.
ing near enough to the surface of Col.
lego atlairs to cause a slight ripple.
The little store on 11th St. displsys the
novelties tn Ruches, Fine Laces, Corsets,
Neck wsar &c, at wonderfully low pri
ces. Reverend Dean of Exeter, a graduate
of Amherst and scholarly gcntloman,madc
the University a visit and listened to the
recitations of the Senior claas-
Every student should have a copy of
"The Royal Path of Life."
Students will find all their Text books
at the Book Store of Fox & Struve.
A croquet set has been provided for
the Dormitory maidens and they may be
seen at that mild exercise occasionally.
Several stalwart young men also spend a
large portion of their time there.
"The Royal Path of Life" would be a
nice present to a friend.
The students have organized a choir to
lead the singing in chapol. Miss Smith
has been elected leader, and the singing
goes otf better than formerly.
Wheat & Ford say they will make a
good liberal reduction on the price of
Photos to students. Of course that's
where we're all going.
'The Royal Path of Lifo" is worthy of
a place in every home.
Chancellor Fairfield lectured Saturday
evening at Brownville and preached on
Sunday at tho Presbyterian Church, He
returned on Monday.
Ed Unangst tho Bus. Man. of this con
cern, was oc the sick list. Business
cares connected with the complicated
machinery of the concern, was prob
ably the cause.
Prof. Aughoy has been absent on sev
eral occasions sinco the beginning of the
term on business connected with his work,
Sketches of the Physical Geography and
Geology of Nebraska.
Methodist Conference has been in
session. Some forty or fifty of them vis
ited the University and looked through
it. Many of the students found acquain
tances among the Reverend gentlemen.
The Student acknowledges tho receipt
of a copy of Every Day Songs, a new
work just published by R W. Carleton
& Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Those wishiug
new in this line, we would refer to this
Miss Emma Richardson, formerly of
Aurora 111., succeeds Prof. Stadter. She
has entered upon her work and al
ready has a number of pupils both in
painting and music.
Prof. Emerson is venr seriously ill
with a malignant typo of fever. He has
been unable to be present at the Univer
sity for some time and it will perhaps be
several weeks yet before he can return to
his duties.