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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1882)
THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
llltltntum dictrt rerum
-Hem. Sat. 1.
New goods at Barklcy fc Briscoe's.
Largo stock new books ut Fawoll's.
Novelties in fine stationery nt Fawoll's
Charter Daay exercises in the Cliupul
Blue neckties mo nil tho rage in lite
Special prices to students for furniture
Hardy's, on 10th street.
All the students go to Fox & Struve for
their books and stationery.
Valentines will lly to-day. Wo arc glad
to see an improvement, in styles.
The Palladian.Doane literary contes
will probably take place in April.
A. P. Fair has gone to Columbus to
work for a life insurance company.
Go and see M. II. Gustin to got good
harness or buggies, on 11th street.
Preserve your natural teeth by having
them attended to early by Dr. "Way.
Buy your boots and shoes at the B. B.
store, Tenth street between P and Q.
For pure Ircsh made candy call at the
Candy Kitchen, 12th street, Little's new
Prof. Aughey was here three hours last
week, no is not here now. He is in
Give a boy address and accomplish,
ments and will have the key to palace
i There is not a member of the Univer.
sity Faculty that ever sports a stovepipe
Palladia!) dobate next week: lliaolved
That Canada should bo annexed to the
Seventy-five demerits at a single blow
allows that the Faculty knows how to
discipline after all.
Everybody and his girl will attend tho
entertainment in tho Chapel to-night.
Something rich, rare and racy Is prom
ised. Our local slipped off to Omaha, Jinn
da, when the eiy lor copy vub ftt jls
height. He is to bo scalped on his re
The Y. M. C. A moots on the evening nf
Tlnu-day instead oi Wednesday this
week Members should bear this fact in
Students' supplies at Fn well's.
" Now, Mr President, I have had a little
experience in this Mormon business."
A Commercial icstaurant bill of fare
had written upn it the other day "chock,
let, 10 cents."
It pays to buy all your boots, shous and
slippers of O. W. Webster, O street, Acad
emy of Music.
S'udenls will find everything jhey need
in the way of stationery and text books'
at Fox & Stnne's.
Thcro is talk among the upper class
men of organizing a Greek letter society
in the University.
The librarian has been bothered by
Freshmen asking him if " Dean " was
Stanley's first name!
The debates are lively nowadays, as they
should be. Are our societies essay clubs?
No, they are debating clubs.
Essays were due last Fridny. The
usual number of delinquents were nwarded
demerits by the kind hearted Prof.
Junior reads" Tiburno in gnrgite mer.
gis marc caput liisterque" "Soak your
head in tho Tiber two or three times."
"Why do girls kiss cacli other, while
boys do not?" Because girls have nolh.
ing better to kiss, and the boys have.
The Unions debated the suicide ques
tion at their last meeting, ind decided
that it is justifiable only in love affairs.
The boys from the college farm should
be well prepared to debate polygamy.
They are expected to know all about hus
bandly. B. F. Marshall, our "business manager,"
is now connected with the State Journat.
He still controls the city soliciting of the
A committee has been appointed to
make some arrangement by which Ne.
brnska can join in the interstate contests
of the west.
The foot-ball has come. It is a daisy.
It i made of lo-ithor. Tho boys now
limp. A box or St. Jacob's Oil is sont
out with overy foot-ball.
Charter day pro,;rnmim in the chape
to-nijiht (Wednesday.) Bring your girl
and her mother and spend a pleasant and
The procouds of tho Ohartcr Day ex
hibition this ovenijig will go to tho Stu.
diznt assoi'in ion. everybody go and
help off the Student debt.
Miss Kimball, tho now music teacher,
favored the Palladians wiih v charminjr
song last Friday. Miss Kimball will
win her way hero with thai sweet voice
Clj do Barnard was up tiie other day to
seo well to see. Ho looks as hearty as
well as. He is now the principal of tho
Firth scltool on a princely snlnry.
These are glorious days, arc they not?
Fine for foot-ball, fine for baso ball, lino
Tor moonlight strolls, almost 11113 kind of
athloctic, lesthetic or atheistic exercises.
Presents to the Faculty of the University
from the students arc forbidden, and they
are required to decline the acceptance of
them if tendered. Ilulcs of the Board of
He was a fresh ie, but as lie had read tho
revised catalogue all through, quite mas
lured it, he thought, and so asked his sen
ior friend, "You study Pluto, this term, I
Spring goods will arrive daily now. If
you want nobby clothing this spring and
at bottom juices, call and inspect llieniag.
nificeiit slock at the Phrenix One Price
Oscar Wlldc has taken a special train
and will arrive in Lincoln at noon or Wed
nesday. This 100 awfully all young man
will lecture on aestheticism in the Chapel
in the evening.
She camo sailing down by the post,
office, holding her Gnincsborough on with
one hand to keep it from blowing away.
"Isn't this a buzzard!" she said. Slio
meant " blizzard."
University students will be admitted to
the Charter day exercises this evening for
fifteen cents. Two tickets for a quarter.
Jones, Wiggenhorn and Charles Fairfield
have tickets for sale.
Public worship. Each student is ro
quir'd to attend at souio place of divine
worship every Sabbath, under tho direc
lion of his parent or guard ii-.i, Rules of
the Board of Regents,
Phoenix to tho front! The first new
spring goods just arrived ' Call ir you
want to seo tho newest nobby still' hats
just received from New York by express.
Phoenix, Ot bet. 11 and 12.
Is tho foot-ball the forerunner of n
whole gymnasium 1 We sincerely hope
so, but attempts at athletic culture have
beon such miserable failures l.eretofoio
that wo have quite lost all hope.
While at home last week, Mr. Frank E.
Smith took unto himself a "rib." The
Student is unable to give the name of the
rortuiiato young lady, but both aro here,
and Frank is continuing his studies.
Advertising men cannot fail to see how
well it would pay thorn to patronize the
hiiideut's paper, Air ihen not only would
hiudenls palionizu them, but many out
ride of the college also. The town list ol
this miner is quite extensive.
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