Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885, May 15, 1880, Image 4

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THE HESPERIAN STUDEJNT.
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this curse husliccii takon nwny, It is prob
able Unit next fall term wiltglvo us u full
er school tli mi ever before.
Strangely enough It was not a Senior
but one of our most promising Preps who
was silling down in the road playing but
tons with one of his fellows when two la
dies came along and one of Ihcm called
out with a winning smile, "Little boy will
you please gel up? my horse may get
frightened." That Prep, got out of
the way; and you have only to mention
"little boy" in his presence to cause him
to evanish.
The Cadets are now happy. The Band
has made suflicicnl progress to play for
them. Now nothing prevents llic boys
from becoming enthused with martial ar
dor. We much mistake their natures if
the boys do not allow their military enthu
siasm to increase. Wo have a splendid
Professor in this department, we have a
promising band; and now if the boys do
not make an impression before the Re
gents in June, they have only themselves
to blame for it.
We commend the domestic economy of
those two Seniors who, last Circus day
took their stations, early, in the morning
on Historical square to "see the circus
come in." They stood there in the rain
all the forenoon watching the men put up
the tents. When dinner time came these
two Seniors edged bashfully up to the
manager and asked him, if they could
not carry hay for the elephant; but a
more enterprising Freshman had got the
start of them. The boys then went
home and did not go to the circus be
cause, they say, their morality did not ad
mit of it.
A schoolmaster of several years expo
rience has become a student of the Uni
versity. He said he did not want to pur.
sue the primary studies usually taught
in institutions of this kind but would like
to take something more advanced, as al
gebra and orthography. An innocent
Prep looked at him in admiration and
said that he had heard that some of the
higher classes studied algebra, but as for
orthography he had never heard of that
before and did not believe that they
taught any branches so advanced in the
University.
The following is a bona fide conversa
tion which took place at a popular lecture
recently between two of our most promis
ing Preps:
Miss A. (punching Mr. B. between the
ribs with her fan) "Why! Mr. B., don't
snore so loud, you are attracting the at
tendon of those cruel Preshies over
there!"
Mr.B. "Where arc wet"
Miss A. "Wo are at the Opera houso,
and a great many more are listening to
you than to the lecture."
Mr. B. ''Well, I don't care for the
looks. I think I have reason to be sleepy.
Wasn't I over to your house last evening
and the evening before, and didn't you
go to sleep while I was talking to you,
not even unking to tell me to call again
when I came away V No, Madam, I have
neglected my lessons and neglected my
fleep on your account and now I am go
ing to make up tor lost time."
And he settled into a prolongued snore
while a Binile of sympathy for the fair one
was wafted through the audience.
Sh f-
Prof. Anghoy was callod away last
Friday. lie will return next Monday.
Chancellor Fairfield has been unable to
be at the University for the past two
days.
Lieut. Webster attended the reception
of Judge AlcOrary at Omaha, on the 5lh
lust.
Prof. Hitchcock's hoarseness is much
better. Ho lias had a serious time this
term.
Prof. McMillan has never been absent
from a recitation within onr remem
brance. Prof. Church has been obliged to be ab
sent from his classes on account of the
death of his child.
Prof. Collier's health has again failed
so that he had to quit his classes. Profs.
Hitchcock and Aughcy divide his classes
between them.
CLOTHING.
T. EWING & CO.
Wholcsnlo and Itctnll DcalerB In
Clothing and Furnishing Good,
Hats, Caps, Trunks & Valises
Dcoler In
O LO THING-!
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GENIUS FUIINI8HING GOODS
Lincoln, - - - Nebraska.
Oppoclto tho Post Office.
FRED ENDUES.
Manufacturer nnd Dcnlur in Fine Boots and
Shoes made from tho Best Material, and War
ranted. Repairing neatly done on short notice.
CSySecond door from O on Tenth St.
A. W. Field. K. P. Holmes.
vlttorncys at JLato.
Office in State Block,
LINCOLN, NEIL
Homy a PECK.
Wholesale and Retail dealers In
Stoves, Hardware, Tinware
Woodcnwnro, &v. &c.
tiST First-class Hardware Store.
Kant side tho Square, Lincoln, Null.
BOOKS, STATIONERY Ac.
giticoln gitqrnw & S?n't cVoi
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS,
Are Invited to Call and Examine
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$
Entirely New Stock,
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Boolcs, Pictures, Stationery flsc
ALSO
A fine Line of Goods Especially Adaplcrt
for Presents, Society Room Decor
ations and all kinds of Uni
versity Requisites.
EAny Goods not in Stock obtained on tho
shortest possible notice.
fox sg Bwnxnm,
OOKSELLERS,
ntd
iTATIONERS
CS1- College Text-books n Speciality,
Mtrarv ars Mvtttcmx, tffarmvMMfrra,
Writing- Jiprr, JSnctloptii,
Wall 1'nprr, t'tirlnhi,
Mtitlc tC Fancy Ooorti,
Street, butwcun 10th and lltli,
LINCOLN,
NEBRASKA'
School Books
rfJY"I-
A Specially at
LEIGIITON & BROWN'S.
MEDICAL.
L. J. BUMSTEAD,
IIOJtME OPl TMtlST.
Office on twelfth street, two blocks and
a half south of the Opera House, Lincoln,
Nebraska. Open at all hours. Night
Lamp.
L. II. ROBBINS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
OIUco in Davis' Building, O St.
Lincoln, - Neuuabka.
J. W. LEWIS, M. D.
Ofllce, over Hurley's Drug Store Cor. O and 11 St.
Lincoln, - Nebiuska.
A. R. MITCHELL, M. D.
OnicoLittlo's Block. Uth St., South Commercial
Lincoln, - Nebraska.
I. L. Paine, M. D.
office union block
lincoln, neb. '
DENTALi.
M. HARRIS,
DENTIST
Teeth imcrtcd on Goltl, Sliver
and Celluloid.
Alt Work Guaranteed.
Office over Newman's store on 0 Street
(Between Tenth und Eleventh streets,)
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
J M.LUCAS.
DENTIST
Cor. O and 10 StB., Union Block.
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA.
T, C. Kern D. D. S. W. S. Murry D. D. S.
KERN X MURRAY,
Dentists
Preservation of the natural theeth a
Speciality. All work warranted.
Cor, O and 11th Sts., over Harlcy's Drug Store.
S. H. KING-,
Dentist.
Ofllco over McConnoll's Dry Goods Store.
LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA.
TOKSOKIAI,.
City Barbar Shop,
J. W. YOUNG, Prop,
North Side of Goverotnent Sqaare.
LIXUOLX. XEIi.
Shaving, lOcls.
Hair Cutliim Socts.
Shnmpooing, 25cls.
Sick Men Waited on at their
BCooiiin.
I have iu my employ Messrs S. CocJi
ran W. C. F. Harding, of Iowa, two of the
Best Barbers in the West.
-TAB HO&S&SyCHEQffi
Has Just Opened his
ptiriaus gliavinp ?a?w.
On O St. Three doors East of 11th.
taSpeclal Kates for Students.
JOHN MORRISON,
Merchant Tailor,,
11 8t. Three Doors South of Commercial Hotel.
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA.
BAKERY !
ALSO
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Confectionery,
Canned Fruit,
Best Spring nnd Fall Flour
P. J. tturgcK,
North Sldu Government Square,
Lincoln, Yehraska.
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