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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1882)
THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
Jlidenlum dlcere rerum
Hon. Sat. 1.
New goods at Bnrkley &, Briscoe's.
Large stock new books at Fawell's.
Novelties in fine stationery at Fawell's.
The spring recess is the next thing on
Salt Creek will soon be warm enough
Fashionable Millineiy at S. W. Har
ney's, O street.
Special prices to students for furniture
Hardy's, 10th street.
Mrs. D. II. Wheeler visited her son Dau.
iel, Jr., last Tuesday.
Why will the boys smoke those nasty,
All the students go to Fox & Stiuve for
their books and stationery.
Go and sue M. H. Gustin to got good
harness or buggies, on 11th street.
The autograph album nuisance threat
ens to break out again. Spare us!
Look out for a girl with a broonj. She
knows how to use the weapon now.
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.
Will George improve the campus this
spring, and set out his pretty flowers.
For pure fresh made candy call ut the
Candy Kitchen, 12th street, Little's new
The girls won't breathe their plans for
Friday night. It must be something
There are about one-hundred and thirty
Preparatory students this semester in the
It pays to buy all your boots, shoos and
slippers of O. W. Webster, O street, Acad,
eray of Music.
The Cadet Band has received a new set
of band books, with about one bundled
The latest and nobbiest style of suits,
neckwear and hats at the Phoenix One
Price Clothing Hail.
H. C. Lett fc Son are selling more boots,
shoes, hats and furnishing goods thai any
store in Lincoln. No one doubts the
truth of their selling at cost.
Prof. Thompson has the Nebraska
weather service bulletins placed near the
bulletiu board of the University now
adays. Its lines are very interesting.
S'udcnls will find everything they need
in the way of stationery and text book?
at Fox & Strme's.
The most evegant line of stiff hats that
was ever seen in Nebraska arc at the
Phoenix Clothing Hall.
The noble and dignified Sophomore
class holds a meeting for mutual admira
tion next Satuiday evening.
A dozen or more new chairs have been
purchased for the library. The morning
hours have made them necessary.
Chancellor Fairfield went to York on
the 5th to preach. He has frequent calls
to towns surrounding the capital.
"Is an oyster a person or a thing?" was
the abrupt question of an inspired youth
in a University class the other day.
Spring suits and canes will soon be
seen on the campus. This year's coat is
short aud the coller has a broad roll.
After four months absence B. II. Culver
is again with us. He was engaged in
trainiug the young idea at Schuyler.
Fifty tons of hard and six tons of soft
coal have been used by the University
already this season. Last year over one
hundred tons were consumed.
Our band, they say, is going to Crete in
au astonishing array. Their costumes, it
is teportcd, will also be something pecu
liar and astonishing to behold.
Miss Linnlc Simingtou has left school
aud returned to her home at Ashland. A
pleasant party was given her in Lincoln
the evening before her departure.
Indian clubs and boxing gloves have
been added to the property of the Ath
letic Association. They are on exhibition
in a glass case in the Studentum.
To be kicked all to pieces in a game of
foot-ball may not be very pleasant, but
then the game brings the boys together
aud fosters college feeling, you know.
As a rule, college papers do not publish
a number immediately after the vacations
The Student is an exception. Our next
will greet you on ihe day you return.
The local editor wants to thank some
body for a handsome cabinet photograph
album which he found on his front porch
a few evenings ago, addressed to him.
" Der Hund zeigte die Hase," was trans
lated by one of our Preps the other day,
who misunderstood Hase for Nose, 'the
dog followed his nose." "Why, what
does that mean ? " he asked the instructor.
Let it be known and hereafter remem
bered that Ihe best place to buy or sell
second hand goods of any kind is at J. 0.
Anlill's Auction Store on the east side of
The four fellows who went down after
those brooms created quite a sensation ou
the street. They carried them over
their shoulders i ml created un impres
sion. The young ladies have a new use tor
their gentlemen friends. They make
them bend over and use them as diction
ary supporters. This occurs In the
If we could ascertain the age, weight
height, religion, favorite study, degree,,
and "future expectations" of the class of
'82, what an entertaining bit of statistical
reading they would make.
Attempting to lift a turban by its brim
in salutlug a young lady is about as difll
cult and wholly as mortifying as tiyiug to
put away your handkcVchief in the coat
tail pocket ol a bob-lailed coat.
Mis9 Lena Marshall has been sum
moned to the bedside of her father,
" A. D." at Hot Springs, Ark., whither he
had gone for his health. The report, we
are very sorry to say, is that Mr. Marshall
is very low.
We are looking for those football
cleyens and regular matches that were
promised. The local editor thinks, since
that day he scrubbed his nose for three
yards on the turf, that scrub games are
not nice anyhow.
The poor old State House is getting
itself sandwiched between the east and
west wings of the new capitol. The best
view of the work can be had from the
University and it may be imagined how
imposing the whole will be.
The gentle telephone has been trans
ported from the Chancellor's otllce to the
Janitor's room, and no longer will George
have to trot across the hall In answer to
the bell's tintiimbulations. George runs
the machine himself now and is 'appy.
An effort is being made to originate a
song for the exclusive use of the Neb
raska University, to be known ns our col
lege song. This school needs something
of 'his kind, as it needs a college cry,
aud clubs, and customs to awaken college
The miserable scapegraces who scat
tered coal over the halls and stairs, a few
Friday evenings ago, must feel a great
deal of respect for themselves and the
University. Prompt and severe disci
pline should be given them by the
N. W. Fraser is the name of the kindly
disposed manufacturer of brooms who
will present each young lady in the Pal
ladiau "broom-drill" with exlra fine
brooms, adorned with navy blue. Tho'
offer he made was general and the young
ladies took him at his word.
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