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THE HESPERIAN STUDENT
THE UNIVERSITY OF JYEBRASKA
Irving J. Manatt, Ph. D., Chancellor.
OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE
AND THE A UTS.
II. E. Hitchcock, M. A., Ph.D.,Dciui,iind Professor of Mathemotlcs.
Gcorgo McMillan, Ph.D., Professor of Greek.
QcorcoK. Howard, M. A.. Professor of History.
Samuel 11. Thompson, M. A.. Professor of Didactics.
Grovo K. Dnrbcr, M. A.. Professor of Latin.
Hudson II. Nicholson, M. A.. Professor of Chnmlstry nrd Physls.
Lucius A. Sherman, Ph. D., Fiofcsr-or of English.
Frcder ck W. Grubc, M. A., Professor of Modern I.ai.;iiagcf.
Protestor or Natural Sciences.
THE INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE.
Snmucl K. Thompson, M. A., Dcnn, Professor pf Agriculture.
Hudson H.Nicholson. M. A., Professor of Agricultural ChcmlMry.
Harvey Culhcrtson, M. S., II. Agr., Prolcssor of Horticultuie.
Diehard ll.Townlc'y. U. s! N.. lWof Military Science indTnctlw.
Charles N. l.lttle, 1. A., Instructor In Mathematics and Civil Eng.
THE LATIN SCHOOL.
Miss Ellen Smith, M. A., Principal.
Mrs. Adelaide Dearborn. Instructor In Elocution.
Miss Madge O. Hitchcock, Instructor In Latin.
Howard V Caldwell, D.S., Instructor In History.
L. P. M. Kasterday, M.A., lnMructor In Physics aud Astronomy
Dion 11. Culver, H. H., Instructor In modern Iniipunt'CB.
S. D. Holimanu, Dlrectoi of Musical Conservatory.
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THE COLLEGE OF MLIHCINE.
A. 11. Mllchcll, m. ., Dean, and Professor of Anatomy.
I,. A. Mcrilam, m.u., Prolcssor of Principles and Practice of Mod-
II. 1. Low'ry, m.a., m.u., Professor of Physiology and ThcrapontlcH.
W. M. Knanp, jr.u., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women
II. II. Nicholson, ji.a , Professor of Chemistry.
L. 11. Groddy. st.li,, Professor of Diseases of tho Eye and Ear,
Hon. U. P. Mason, Proreesor of Medical Jurisprudence,
N. J. lloachly, M.n.. Demonstrator of Anatomy.
II, Ij. Paine, m.i., Professor of Theory and Practlco.(noma-opathlc)
(!. I.. Hart, m v., Professor of Materia Medico. '
II. F. Hlghter, m.i., Professor of Obstetrics.
W. S, Lotto, 2i.li., Professor of Theory and Practice. (Eclectic.)
J. II. Woodord, M.n., Professor of Materia Medico. " ,
Iro Von Camp, si.d. , rrorcssor oi uustoirics.
Five toursis of frtutly me oll'mil: Classical, Scientific,
Liteinry, Engineering and Agi cultural. The Latin
School, lor i he prcpcnt, oilers u two yean,' course pre
paratory lo these courses. Students wishing lo cnlcr ihc
, nlin School must be prepared forcxamination in OrlJiog.
phy, English Grammar, Practical Aritlimctic, Gcogm
' y, ttiul Hibtory of Ihe United Slates.
This college was opened in 1883, ar.'l is now In vi gor
oioiis operafion. Tliu University with ils collections nud
the capital cily with its public in.-titulions offer special
facilities and inducements lo medical Mudcnts. No fees
are charged beyond the tnatiictilalion fee of $5, and tho
actual eosl of material forlhe study of Practical Anatomy.
Goal board in the city ut $8 a week; furnished room
$3 to $ a mouth. Students of the Industrial College live
on tho Inriii, where board is furnished at cost. Nr charges
for tuition, excc t matrictlalion fee of $5. Students
residing in the state, or persons about to enter the Univcr
sily, are allowed half fare in going to and J'rom home by
the railroads i-uterine; Lincoln. For half.faie certificates,
Catalogue or other information address the Cha r.ccllo
fjnllitdiim $itcrari: &ocicUj,
"Forma .Vtntls .Ktcrnu est."
. ltegular meetings every Friday evening,
commencing promply at 7:30. Students and
strangers welcome. Robert L. Martb, Pres
ident; Win, E. Johnson, Scc'y . Debating Club
open to PallodloiiH only), Saturday at7::K) rM.
Stato University, Lincoln, Neb. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday evening from 7: IS
to 8: !50j every noon from 12: 3Ti to 12: 15.
Nihil- class every Suuduj morning at 9:;S0
"Llttera rum tltijantia tnundum ngaiit."
Mcoiscwry Friday evening in Union Hall.
Open to all. DobMing Club every Saturday
venlng. Open to members. E.J.Itobln
on. Pn-t-ldi-nt. K. .1. Churehlll, Secretary
W" HI. PRESCOTT,
(illvAIlSI AM) MflCTCGlffFLE'IE IN TO I C 1H)1e' IX THE STATE
If you buy an instrument without seeing me and my stock you will surely miss it
for I am positive I can save you money. I have a fine line of Goods suitable
for Holiday Presents ; besides tho finest stock of Pianos nnd Organs '
ever brought to Lincoln. I have a fine lino of Music Cnb
inels for holding Sheet Music and Jiooks. Full
Line of Piano Spreads and Stools.
BASTEBIsT PBIOES ZDISCOTTTZEJDn
SffaSX 0dcw Will Receive XtooMi&t AUa, nn fitatte
W. H. PRESCOTT, 1125 O ST.
X3.JLNQ T-TJ-IN-IlN-a- JLiTX) KIEIFJLIIRrisrG-.
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