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THE HESPERIAN STUDENT. THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA. Irving J. Manatt, Ph. D., Chancellor. COIXEGE OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE AM) THE ARTS. II. E. Hitchcock, M. A., Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics. GeorRO McMillan, Ph.D., Donn, Professor of Grcok. Lewis E. Hicks. Ph.D., Prolcesor of Geology. Qeorgo K. Howard, M. A.. Professor of History. Grovo E. Barber, M. A.. Professor of Lfttin. Hudson II. Nicholson, M. A.. Professor of Chnmlstry and Physls. Ln cIub A. Sherman, Ph. D., Profeppor of English. CharloB E. Ocssoy, P h.D., Professor of Uotany. THE INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE. Charles E. Bcssey, Ph. D., Dean, Professor of nort culturo and Botany. Hudpon H. Nicholson. M. A., Professor of Agricultural 'Chemistry. Richard II. Townloy. U. 8. N., Prof, of Military Sclonco and Tactics. Lewis K. Hicks, Ph. D., Professor of Geology. Charles N. Little, m. A.,Associato Profcsaor of Civil Engineering. Hoi.ry W. Wing, B. Agr., Instructor In Agriculture. THE LATIN SCHOOL.. Miss Ellon Smith, M. A., Principal. Mrs. Adelaide Dearborn, Instructor in Elocution. Howard W. Caldwoll.B.S., Instructor In History. Bion H. Culver, B. b., Instructor In modern languages. T. Mnroy llodgman B. A., Instructor In Physics and Astronomy. Miss Sarah W. Mooro, Tcachor of Painting and Drawing. Dircctoi of Musical Conservatory. Charles E. Bennett, B. A., Instructor In Greek and Latin. Five courses of study tire ottered: Olnasical, Sciontiflc, Literary, Engineering and Agricultural. The Latm School, for the present, otters a two years' course pre paratory to these courses. Students wishing to enter the Latin School must be prepared for examination in Orthog raphy, Euelish Grammar, Practical Arithmetic, Gcogra phy and History of the United States. THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. A. It. Mitchell, m. d., Dean, and Professor of Anatomy. L. A. Mcriinm, m.u., Prolcssor of Principles and Practice of Med cine. II. B. Lowry, m.a., m.d., Professor of Physiology and Therapeutics. W. M. Enapp, m.d., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of women and Children. II. 11. Nicholson, ii. a , Professor of Ghomlstry. L. B. Grnddy, m.i Professor of Diseases of tho Eye and Ear, Hon.O. P. Mason, Professor of Medical Jurisprudence. Itobt. It. Livingston, m.d., Profossor of Principles and Practlco of (Surgery . Mercer, m. d., Professor of Clinical Surgory. Milton Lano, M. d., Lecturer on Materia Mcdlca. John P. Wayman, Pr. B., m. d., Lecturer on Physiology. N. J. Beachly, m.d., Demonstrator of Anatomy. B. L. Palno, m.d., Professor of Theory and Practlco.(Homocopathtc) C. L. Hart, m.u., Professor of Materia Mcdlca. " B. F. Blghtcr, m.d,, Professor of Obstetrics. " W, H. Latta, m.d., Professor of Theory and Practice (Eclectic.) J. II. Woodard, m.u., Professor of Materia Medlca. " This college was opened in 1888, and Is now In vicor orous operation. ' The University with its collections and tho capital city with its public 'institutions offer specia facilities and inducements to medical students. No fee are charged beyond tho matriculation fee of $5,, and th actual cost of material for tho study of Practical Anatomy Good board in the city at $3 a week; furnished room $8 to $0 a month. Students of the Industrial College live on tho farm, whoro board is furnished at cost. No charges for tuition, except matriculation fee of $5. Studentt residing in the state, or persons about to enter tho Univer sity, are allowed half faro in going to and from home by tho railroads entering Lincoln. For half-faro certificates, Catalogues or other information address the Chancellor. 1 125 O St. Lincoln. Cheapest and Most Complete Music House in the West. A. M. Davis for Carpets. ESTABLISHED 1870. LINCOLN Steam Dye House, w, & moHUVMOsr www 128 N. nth Street LINCOLN, NEB. 6mts drilling Glunil And Ripini. THE KEYSTONE!! Fine Groceries, Queensware, Glass ware and Lamps. Tho biggest 10 cent box ol shoe blocking lnt ho city for tho money.