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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1880)
THE HESPERIAN STUD BAT
former spent about two thirds ol his time
down stairs with tlto hitter. Oi.e day
some joung men were up stairs visiting
the gentleman and thev made consider
iililo noise, when that y. I.'s mother went
up and tapped tit the doer, calling out:
'Say, Mr. , you ought to he In more
rotluod society. Don't let those had hoys
corrupt you, hut come right down
Hero are the names of the persons who
lire to steer the hark of tlto Palladlan
society next fall term:
President, A. R IvKI.m.
Vice President, II. W. Olmsted.
Critir, B. H. Davis.
Sect clary, J. P. Lkamkk.
Cor. See., Miss M.vhy Oamimiki.i..
Treasurer, John' Dryden.
Chorister, G. G. Hitchcock.
Historian, C. C. Chask.
The following persons will olllcor the
Union society next fall term :
President, II. W. Haiuunoton.
V. President. Miss Aunt A. Lashlky.
Critic, Miss Minnie Williams.
Sec . Miss Mbttib DkCoc.
Cr. Sec. J. R.-Fore.
Tronsurer, Miss Mattik Hawlky.
Historian, Miss Jbssik Parker,
Sonreant at Arms, Miss Kate Hall.
Mr. James ll.Worley, '80, and Mr. Kil.
Unangst are going to make Ncbraskans'
hearts glad this summer. "Can I insure
you to-day ?"
G. 10. Howard, 70, who has heen acting
profosor in Englls Literature and His
tory during the past yoar.has heen given
a ful' professorship.
Mi. McAllister, '70, lias returned from
Europe and is going to commence prac.
ticing law in Columhus. He honored the
University with a vis.it during Com
Mr. B. C. Arnold looked in on us Coin,
W. M. Stevenson, '71, was in attendance
Miss Ida Cornell spent Commencement
jixeek in the Capital city.
Mr. (). Scelev has returned to his
home in Auslinburg, Ohio.
Missis Trceman and Osborne have gone
io Falls City to visit friends.
H. W Hailiigton will travel for a Marsh
harvostor firm, during vacation.
Mis Anna Ilolhrotiokcame to tiie Uni
veisity during Commencenient.
Mr. Fred O. Morton, class of '70, was
with us during Commencement week.
Mr. Charles C. Hathaway is acting as
Brad D. Slaughter's private secretary.
. Mr. Edmund F. Parmolco has returned
to his home in Reading, Michigan. Come
Ed. P. Rich is spending his vacation in
Lincoln whore he can have access to the.
MissMyrtaM. Osborn has about re
covered from a severe illness under which
she has been laboring
Mr. Charles E. Stratum, 'SO, has secur
ed the prineipalship of the Ashland High
School for next jenr.
IV. H. Suell. '7tt, visited tho University
during Commencement. Ho is yet prac
tising law at Fairbury w'th success.
Chas. X. Little, '7fl, who has boon study,
ing in Harvard during tho past year, has
been appointed tutor in chcmistiy and
Miss Ada J. Irwin, '70, who has been
teaching in the Brownville High School,
visited her alma mater through Commencement.
L. J. BUMSTEAD,
iro,u cb or. 1 tisist.
Olllce on twelfth siieet, two blocks and
a half south of the Opera House, Lincoln,
Nebraska. Open at all hours. Night
L. II. BOBBINS, M. D.
PliyMitiuti and Surgeon,
Onico in Davis' ItuiliUii;:, O St.
Lincoln, - Nemiaska.
A. R. MITCHELL, M. D.
Offlce Little's lilook. Uth St.. South Commercial,
Lincoln, - Nerraska.
B. Ij. Palm;, M. 1.
OFFICE UNION 11LOCK
LINCOLN. N Kit.
mCE-A.!!? fa rox&.
All kinds of photographic work done
in the highest style of the Art.
J3ySpecial ratos to student.
North Side of OS t. bet. 0th and Uth.
BOOKS, STATIONERY A:e.
Are Invited to Call and Examine
Entirely New Stock
Books, Pictures, Stationary Ve
A line Line of Goods Especially Adapted
for Presents, Society Room Decor
ations and all kinds of Uni
S5yAiiy Good;, not In Slock obtained on tliu
sltortet possible notice.
Teeth imertod on Gold, Silver
All Work Guaranteed.
Olllce over Newman's stoic on O, Stieet
(llotwoon TiMitH nnd Klovonth street.)
3pox & stiwves,
- CoHoru Text-book a Speciality,
Mtfmc Mvaicax. JCxmTaxrjcMrt
Writing I'fljxr, k'(irjir,
Wall 1'npri'y Curtain.
Tf Nfr A" h'nnci Maori.
O Street, liotivceu lOtlinml 1 1 tit,
LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA.
T. C. Kern 1). 11 S. V. S. Murray I). 1). -V
KKKN A" iHURKAY,
Preservation ( f lite natural teeth a
Speciality. All work warranted.
Cor. O nnd 11th St.. out HnrluyV Drug Store
LEIGHTON & BROWN.
Make a Specially of
Josli Killing!- Mif ''(.it t'dicnsliuii and clioes;
If yon kant git uillcaihiin ail boot and Uoe
, IT, "Wiftdtt,
Academy of .Music, O St.
O LO THING!
A N II
GENTS FUJ1NISIIING GOODS
Lincoln, - - - Nebraska.
Opposite tho Post onice.
City Bar bar Shoj),
j'. V. VOUNG, Prop,
North Striv of Government Square
Hair Cuttini; Soots.
Sick Men Waired on at their
I have in my employ Messi S. Coch
ran W. C. F. Hauling, nf Iowa, luo of the
Best Barber in the West.
Xtiis . ;iro:ijM3y;K:ra
Has .J list Opened hi
On O St. Tluee tlnois Eie,t of Uth
CfiSpociil ttntoi for Mudont!-.
DeHRUNXER & STETIXA.
Tcntli St.. six doors otttli Mate Nntionnt Hank,
.He reliant Tailor,
11 St. Thrco Doorb South of Commercial llotol.
LINCOLN, - NEIIKASKA.
Wholeonlo and Itotnll dunlure in
Sloven, Hardware, Tinware
Wooden ware, e. A:e.
$3T First-claw Hardware Store
Hast hl(l tho .Siiinri. Lincoln, Nl.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Wl
A. . Field. E. P. Ilolmoe. JEWKLRY STOltli M
ZPXuMl A3 Holjn ut Yol, W ,,! ,Il0 fi03l SU)0,; Q Dia S
.lllornctH at Man-. monds, Walchos, lino Jowolry, Silver- lA
nm c. . m . ware' "'otailetl at wholesale prices. Re- Ifl
Ofllce in State Block, n,,i,.! ...ii , i . , II
' pairing watciies and engraving done to &M
LINCOLN, NEIt. Older. M
C. W. CHAMBERS,
Has Just Received
the Finest Line
Gents ritrnislihif Goods
tSTW'c make a i-peiinlty of Flno Goodc
EXCELSION MEAT MARKET,
No. IO KIi-MMith Struct.
S. AV. Gctticr & Bro
lluttwr, KKh, Poultry niul Vni Outiln
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