Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885, December 18, 1880, Image 4

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    THE HESPERIAN STUDEA'T.
Inez J We noticed several students doing active
Lnh i sfivici' nl tliurucont lire in llils city, and
i nr by their assistance considerable property
kn wt saved. Mr. Frank Marshall deserves
I special mention. Ho was one of six
i nun who were standing on an awning
helping up with the lioso, when it guve
.way, and all of them fell through to the j
idewulu below. Tlioy escaped without
lious injury.
Mauri M it I lor.
I aid MiiIUt, on oxnmlnntioii tiny.
li r imuUi't tuckail nvvuy
i bnok enth lur bitim ulovrod t ho vvonltli
pun i lif k nud lolcniilj good Honlth.
iii it h k c . 1 1 1 1 1 it the lihick liomd up nud down.
nti ut.dhldoounwlih ? It eeoiuod to flown.
vn clu-erhil unil no vnguu unrest
r iium '--! iniuiiiu mien nor mount;
or .lull I1.0K ii -in- M'tircidx dared to own
int .'liKl more than Mniitlhnd ever known.
li tli ' ol the uin-n-pei-iintf Mnud tt lny.
Mi i'iitc i'!i I'mi i-hniirrd to look that wny
H 1 1 ti'nl tin ii -iild "Mnv I be chnvvod
fl t I 'in uk miu n mi awful fraud "
Ol (iii 8il word of tongue or pen,
Tin nidi hi nro. 31 mill unlet bo oxninlnod ngnln.
lilcction Kemilln.
'1 Itil.iw is irivi'ii tint rnmilu nf clnrliuns
'" l nr next term, so far as we have boon able
",i: tn learn:
u ' Palliiiluut'Jtlha Anna Shuokman, pros.
i tlit iidi'iit; G. O. Hitchcock, vie.c president;
Gio. McLean, secretary; W. A Tris,
treasurer; 11. L. Marsh, critic; MissNollic
West, corresponding secretary; Miss Ah
hie Williams, cliorlster.
Union C. A. Pierce, president; Miss
Taylor, vice president'; S. 1J. Mallory,
Miss Helen Holmes, secretary; Miss. Jon
nie Grihwold, corresponding secretary;
Mis Dora Swisher, historian; J. S. Uii
denbHUjrh, critic; II. MV. Harington, ser
genu' ai anus.
', rilmiH A. Warner, president; Miss
I)e C nil, viee l i. -uleul ; Win. Gregg, ire-
retat'X . Mis i,,. II n'-isurcr; Miss Teb
bets, hi-.inriun
have n u turns from the Sopho
iii-'t- sii niiir in1 Juniur clnsues, us the
MKOHJAIj.
A. H. MITCHELL, M. 1).
Olllco Littlo'B lllock. 11th St.. South Couuuorohil,
LINCOLN, - TSTI5llItA8KA.
15. li. line, IU. 1.
Ol'KtCK UNION llt.OCK
LINCOLN. N 1511.
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BOOKS, STATIOXUKY Azv.
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Ulte a
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ditm in
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cli Mis.s
klu same
i slants
tt the
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Ii.i g.viiin:iiiim in running order
'" ,u . imt fleet olln ers until tho oneuitiir of
"ll' ii' t term. Tin' Hi sju'rian association
' pos mi, tv lu-xt wii'k. and the result wili up
' ' 'hi. (it ai in one liuit
.is UIC AMlllC tli Student would like o
v" Ptt ' I- 1! u.lt ol iM.l.
pr.uiil
i inert
in '-""
niiiul ii (puie si niiieh bitterness at clec
1 ilnp '" ou-s.
mil i student who wouldn't take an olllco
I)' lis l n' could get it
1 ,l" A lull alti'iidanee of the Faculty at
'"v' ' ( 1,-iptl. just-.me.
I'll' Siudeni's Lecture Assuriutiou
i v i 1 1 iii l term.
Tint pile nf brickbats moved away
li.-Ui tin- I'usl shI ol tlie Univeisily.
1'lir Mtuleii' vlin can conseicntiouslv
s,i tliui the i iiiiinntioiis were easy.
A pood nil t.isbioiied sociable with
'i'i'' nji mt m nml not lucre for its object.
1 J" ' Abmit a hnii'liiil or two of its deliiu
ijni mi MibhCi iiiei-. riiine forward and pay
ll
A in vv stud- nt who i is been asked
,ivi tli.iu lil tinier in "join our soci
. tY "
Tin- pei son who doosn'i iliink ho could
gittroln ihr;iirn l! &cm epai
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS,
Are Invited to Call and Hxiiniine
Entirely Netv StooJc
JJoolcs, Jiotrt's, Sttititmcry Ac
ALSO
In Lincoln Solo Agt. for tho publications of tho
American Hook lclinujjo.
A fine Line of Goods Especially Adapted
for Presents, Society Uoom Decor
iillons and nil kinds of Uni
versity Requisites.
5JrAny Oowln not in Stock ohtniued on the
wliortext ponsililo notlco.
Tontli St., six tlooM ooitlli .statu National Hunk,
MNOOl.N, NICU.
BAKERY !
AIO
rititplo and Fancy (.1 rocorios
Coiifcutioiivry.
Oannrd Fruit,
ISosi Sprint? and Fall Flour
i. ,!.-; US. BCSi,
North Sldo (iovurmuuut Sqiiaru,
Lincoln, .Yrltrasktt,
WHijf
BIOOTS &SllOB.i.
c,v
t0D9 & BnwA
Mnki' a Speeialiv of
School Books
4l'hc jstfnthmcrn
Ssz-rr
Josh Ullllugf xayv ''Gil islU-anliun nud shoos;
ir you ktut git cdicahun. git boot ami show
OF
Aeudentv of Music, O Pi.
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'ro!vso.ii i..
A. Hold. K. P. llolnu-
Fi:ii yhoiiiio-r
tlltoriiris at l.d iv,
Ofllcu in Stale Block,
LINCOLN, Situ.
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Ill .1
M. HARRIS,
DENTIST
Teeth inserted on Ciold, Silver
nud Celluhtid.
All Work Guaranteed.
Ofliec over New uiau's store on O Street
ilietvvcen Tenth and Klevonth rue -i..
UNfOI.N. NKIiltAHKA
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iii-pin i
in' inoii',
Hi- in i i lun H'ls paper heller lliau it is now con.
i-i drum dinted
w. s. .yjt'itn.ii', . . s.
fFormorh ol the Hi in ufRVrn t Murray)
Cor. Omul 11 Nth.
LINCOLN, NIC II.
Preservation of tho I
Natural Tueth a Spucliillj . f
J. M. LUCAS.
DENTIST,
Cor. O mid 10th Struots, Union II lock.
LINCOLN,
NKI1RASKA.
.1 iof. Job US IX j
Mm Ibe-
Fiislclass Tonsorial Emporium, well fur
nished wit li thcbfsi brand of Uigurs.
O M. ThrtMs looi of Tenth.
Student ploiiuo rantcmbcr your old tontorlal
rlend.
O K. Biurbav Shop,
E. . MASOX, Prop.
He linsroocntly movod into his noiUly fin n
islu"' filiavinir Parlor and is now ready
and fully prepared to givo general satis
faction.
? -elut ltutoo toltuJc! C..lu?S
vclve Shaves Tor a Dollar
i . nave m my ompby two Ural class
'vorkinaii; G. Holidvy ofWusliinpton
D. (' and J Hy300MKih..i)ofN. Y. City.
-0n Tenth touo dor i-outh oT Quick's.
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IMOV1J1" i 1'ECK.
W'holoHnle and ItutQllilenlcrs In
Stoves, Hardware, Tinware
Wooden ware, jfce. tVe.
A specialty of Pocket Kniles.
t3T First-olasa Hardware Store
Kant Hldo tho Siiuaro. Lincoln, Noli.
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