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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1882)
THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
It pays to buy your miUiucry of S. W.
Hnriu-y. 0 Street.
Neckwear, the handsomest over seen in
Lincoln, nt the Phoenix.
Sinw Hats! Straw Hats! J The nob
bust in Lincoln at the Phconix.
Students, if you want to buy your shoes
at the slaughtered prices, you must do so
before the 24lh ; for then the Bankrupt
Students will do well to remember that
second hand books are sold low at
Brunch's fruit nud confectionery stand,
first door west of Howard House.
In Placement under
I have Just refitted my shop anew, vrhlch makes
It one of the neatest In Lincoln. Shavint; 10 cts,
ihlr-c nttiny 25 cents. None but first-class work
men art- employed. I am pepared, also, to give
hot and cold fresh water baths.
SCIIOMACKER: Highest awards at Ccn.
le ai. Eleclro-Gold Strings.
WEBER: Recommended by Kellogg,
Lucca, Paul, Gerster, Nilfcson.'and others.
CHASE: The Conservator Piano. Fif.
teen in constant use in the Cincinnati
College of Music.
Maon 6c Hamlin Celebrated Orvna.
A full line of the above instruments
always in stock aud only authorized agent.
F. W. IIOIIM AN.,
OS;. hot. 11th and 12th, Opposite Opera
House, Lincoln, Neb.
Snth M. Wood, Sh -
Burr and Briggs block, corner 0 and
I. J. BIL11STEAD, M. D..
Ofllc Twelfth Street, between h and 31
IS. L. Palnc, M. I.
OKFIOE N ST., BET. 11 AND 12.
A. R. MITCHELL, 31. D.
Office Little's Block. 11th St., South Commercial.
LlNPOLN, - - - NEBIIA8KA.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
The University is located at Lincoln, the capital
of the State. Open to ladles and gentlemen. In
struction In all branches of a liberal education.
Tuition free . No charge for Incidentals.
Edmund D. Fairfield. S. T. D LL.D., Chan
cellor, and Professor of Mental, Moral aud Politi
Samuel Anchor, a. M., Ph. D., Professor of
II. E. Hitchcock, a. m., Dean, Professor of Math
ematics. George E. Church, a. M.. Professor of Latin
Language and Literature.
George .McMillan, a. M., Professor of Greek
Language and Literature.
G. E. Woodbcrry, a. M., Professor of Rhetoric
and English Literature.
llarington Emerson, a. M., Professor of Mod
George E. Howard, a. M.. Professor of History
I. T Vebtcr, 1st Lieutenant U. S. A., Profcs
sor of Military Science and Trxtics.
Alonzo Collin, a. M.. Professor of Chemistry
and Experimental Physics.
S. It. Thompson, a. M., Professor of Didactics
Harvey Culbertson, M. S., Professor of Horti
culture. Charles N. Little, t. B., Tutor in Mathematics
and Civil Engineering.
Ellen Smith, a. M., Instructor in Latin and
Emma Richardson, Teacher of Painting and
S. U. Ilohmann, Director of Conservatory of
Adelaide Dearborn, Teacher of Elocution.
For catalogue and other Information, address
. B. Fairfield, Chancellor, Lincoln. Nebraska.
ilth St. 2 Doors North Baptist Chnrch,
Keeps Constantly on Hand a
Fin j stock of Goods.
JANSEN BROS. COMPANY,
Manufacturer Retailers and
West Side of Post Office Square.
Conservatory of 31usic.
Established by authority
and under the sanction
oithe Board of Regent.
Instruction given in a thorough and
systematic manner in all departments of
Tuition ranjjlnir from $0.00 to $ J 5.00
tay-Tbc Vocal Elementary Class is rum to all.
8. B. IIOHMANN,
A. E. HARG-REAVEF5.
r acker or choice and vanct
Wi nte riApp les
WHOLESALE DEALER IX
anni groceries, (iturs,
Dozlcr-Weyl Cracker Co's
J. H. HARLEY.
North Stde Poatofllce Square.
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA,
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
Bread, Pics, Cakes, Crackers,
&c. made daily,
And delivered to any part of tho city. Special
bargains given to students.
Cor 11 andP Su.
LINCOLN, - - - NVRASKA
3. J. 1MIIOFF, Prop.
Turkish, Jiussian, and Salt Water Baths in
Cured hy Turkish liaths.
QooDSaxtPitB Boom QPiaarFz.ooa.
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