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THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA'.
Irving J. Manatt, Ph.D.. Chanoellor.
OF LITEKATURE, SCIENCE
ANI THE AKTS.
)1. K. Hitchcock, M. A., Ph. D.,I)cnn, nnd Professor of Mathonmtlcs,
Gcorgo McMillan, Ph.D., Professor of Greek.
Gcorgo K. Howard, M. A,, Professor of History.
Satnuol It. Thompson, M. A.. Professor of Ddaqtlcs.
Grov E. Barber, M. A.. Professor of Latin.
Hudson 11. N'lcholson, M A.. Professor of Phvelsa and Ohotnlstry.
Lucius A. Sherman, Ph. D., Profossorof English.
Fredor ck W. Grubo, M. A., Professor of Modern Languages .
Professor of Nutural ficloncos.
THE INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE.
Hamuul It. Thompson, M. A., Dean, Professor of Agriculture
Hudson H.NIcholBon. M.A., Professor of Agricultural Chemistry.
Harvov Culhertson, M. S., 13. Apr., Professor of Horticulture,
lllchard It. Townlcy. U. S. N., Prof, of Military Sclcnco and Tactics.
Charles N. Little, U. A., Instructor In Mathematics and Civil Eur.
THE LATIN SCHOOL.
Miss Ellen Smith, M. A., Principal.
Mrs. Adolaldo Dearborn. Infractor In Elocution.
Miss Madeo G. Hitchcock, Instructor in Latin,
noward v . Caldwell, 11. ., Instructor In History.
L. P. M. Easterday, M.A., Instructor In Physlcsaud Astronomy. -
Bion II, Culver, I). ., Instructor In modern languages.
S. 11. 1 1 on m ami, Dlrcctnt of Musical Conservatory.
Teacher of Palu ting and Drawing.
Fivo courses of study are offered: Classical, Scientific,
Literary, Enirlneering and Agricultural. Tlic Latin
School, for tllu piesent, olTcis u two yeara bourse pro
punitory to these courses. Sludeuls wishing to enter tiio
Latin School must bo prepared foroxaminatlon in Orthog
raphy, English Grammar, Practical Arithmetic, Geogra.
phy, and History of the United States.
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE.
A. It. Mitchell, m. u., Dean, and Professor of Anatomy.
L. A. Monlam, m.d., Prolassor of Principles nnd Practlco of Mad
II. II. Lowry, m.a., i.i., Professor of Physiology and Therapeutics.
W. M. Kiinpp, m.d., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Vomo
II. II, Nlcliolnon, m.a , Professor of Chemistry.
L. I). Grnddy, m i Prnftssoro5 'Diseases of the Eye nnd Ear,
llon.O. P. Mnson, Professor, ifMedical Jurisprudence,
N. J. Ucachly, m.d.. Demonstrator of Anatomy.
ILL. Palno, M.i!., Professor of Theory and Practlco.(Homaopathlo)
C. L. Hart, m.d., Professor of Materia Mcdlca. "
11. IMtlghtcr, m.d., Professor of Obstetrics. "
W.N. Latta, m.d.. Professor of Theory and Practlco. (Eclectic.)
J. II. Woodnrd, m.ij., Professor of Materia Medlca. "
Ira Van Camp, m.d. , Professor of Obstetrics. "
Tliia college was opened in 1880, and is now In vigor
orous operation. The University v iih its collections and
the capital city with its public institutions offer special
facilities and inducements to medical students. No fees
are charged beyond the matriculation fee of $5, nnd the
actual cost of material for the study of Practical Anatomy.
Good board in the city at $8 a week; furnished room
$8 to $0 a month. Students of (he Industrial College live
on the farm, where board is furnished at coat. No charges
for tuition, cxce t matriculation fee of $fi. Btudoiijs
residing in tho state, or persons aboutto enter tho Univor.
sity, are allowed half fnro'ltr going to and from homo by
tho railroads entering Lincoln. For half. faro certificates,
Catalogues or other information address the Chancellor.
jgitlladum Igittmg &actetg.
"Forma .ftntls Jlttrna ait."
Itegular meetings every Friday evening,
commencing promply at 7: SO. Students aud
rtrangerH w el cot he; Hobcrt L. Marth, Pres
ident; Win. E. Jofinson, Soc'y . Debating Club
open to Pnlladlnns'only), Saturday at 7: .10 tn.
Stnto University, Lincoln, Nob. Prayor
mooting every Wednesday evening from7:-l5
to 8: 30; every noon from 12: !$5 to IS: .IB.
MP iimTi t
"Lftttra cumettgantla mundum agant.
Meets every Friday evening in Union Hall.
Opon to all. Debating Club every Saturday
evonlng. Open to members. E.J.Itobin
son, Prclrtnnt. E. J. Ohnrohlll, .Secretary
"W. ZE3Z. PBESOOTTi
LINCOLN, NEB. ,
CHEAPEST A XD MOST COMPLETE MUSIC HOUSE IN THE STATE
If you buy an instrument without seeing mo and my stock you will surely miss it, '
for I am positive I can savo you money. 1 have n line line of Goods suitable
for Holiday Presents; besides the finest stock of Pianos und Organs
over brought to Lincoln. I have a lino lino of Music Cab
inets for holding Sheet Music und Books. Full
Line of Piano Spreads and Stools.
ZE-A-STIEIRILSr ZFZEIOIES IDISOOTJIsrTEiZD!!
W. H. PRESCOTT, 1125 O ST.
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