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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
LINCOLN, NEB., FEBRUARY 15, 1884.
OUR PATRONS IN '83
Who cnmc from the
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Conservatory or Mimic,
1420 K STREET.
UNIVERSITY CONSERVATORY :
Misses. Louisa Klngslcy, Mory Thompson,
Mary Campbell, Cora Naylor, Flora Briscoe,
Haggle O'Connor, Minnie Thompson, Ily
Alderman; Messrs. Chester Evans, Walter
Chaffee, AO. Edglugtou, J. V. Parker, B. P.
Clemcnte, Everett Eddy, W. T. Jackson, and
28 others outside the University.
North. Lincoln Branch,
428 N. 12TII STREET,
Voice Cultnrc, Piano, Organ, Harmony,
Violin, etc., etc.
For Information address
OUR PATRONS IN '83,
Misses Mary Leonard, Rosa Vincent. Helen
Anghoy. Allen 1'uttlc, Flora Barker, Armetta
Martm, Lillian Snow, Anna Barr, Anna L.
Jackson, Jennie Ilyde, Mary Thompson, -Carrio
Manck. Cora aylor, Kate Scott, Gertie
Smith. Lunra Roberts. Messrs. P. A. Wood,
John Uowdcn, Burt Johns. Clias. Allen, Chaa
Radmorc, and 31 others outside the Univer
sity. Total Vocal 48
l'otal Piano 63
hi. "W. ZBZRO'wnsr
AND A COMPLETE LINE OP
127 South Eleventh Street.
Arc cordially invited to call at the
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HUTCHINS & HYATT
ck jr. iri woo i.
Sawed and t-plit wood a specialty. Pine
Jtlndllng. Ofilce. 1010 O Street.
J. G.&clJfraat Pjhht,,
Strictly First Class and
Hotel in the city.
APRI7CI Send six ccntH for postage, and
111 ILL receive frcc,u costly box ol goods
which will help you to more ntouey right
uway than anything else ii the world. All of
either box succeed Iroin first hour. The broad
road to fortune opens before the worker ab
solutely sure. At once address, Tuue &. Co.,
ENOUGH DUIIINQ VACATION8 TO PAY ALL
YOUK EXPENSES AT
College Throughout The Yiarl
Many students have JJ)
Man. lire doing it. Many nun c w
tin sunn-. Will you? Method strictly
honoriiiilo. For particulars, send two
stump-, or call on
S. It. Instsoii,
All the attaches ol the Student,
except the co-eds and the lit
erary editor (who is too young),
patronize the popular tonsorial
artist, S. F. Westeriield, O and
12th. They can testify that
"Sam" Is a skilled workman and
a gentleman. Club rates given.
320 South Eleventh,
I have Ju-t received a fine fall stock of
black fur dress goods and fancy business
suitings. One door west ol Baptls church.
it. L. I.IVJE, W. to.,
Go to A. M. Davis for Gar pets, Etc, Etc.
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