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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1884)
THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
Patronizo our advertisers.
Subscribe for tho Huspehian.
Mud 12 inches (loop around tho campus.
Munloy has the cream of tho candy trado.
Town and collogo arc full of Blaino aud Loganitcs.
Bo sure and go to Winger & Miller's for your under
wear. Latest styles in neck-wear, collars, and cuffs at Ewing
The students aro waiting for tho peronuial rovival of
Lincoln is goiag to havo water-works in the sweet
The largest stock and lowest prices in the city at T.
Ewing & Co's.
Reduction in prices to students at T. Ewing & Co's
Lincoln boasts two fires and a week's rain storm among
her 'atest acquisitions.
Tho best judges of artistic work go to Kellcy & Co for
Photos. No. 1020 O st.
Parlcz-vous francais? "No, we parley with tie Chan
cellor," saith the class.
The Cadets, tho great and glorious cadets, aro out and
scaring the natives as usual.
University students can get best lead pencils for 25 cts.
per dozen at Winger & Miller's.
Tho new town bell ringeth not at ur dinner hour, but
tho Tannery whistle answers the purpose just as well.
The mud-harvester, as the patent grader is called, is
doing big work in making mud-puddles throughout the
Sometime in the near future Lincoln will be lighted
by electricity. That will bo tuff on the reputation of the
A. H. A.
The political pot boileth aud will elect Allan W. Field
formerly of the University to tho House of Representa
tives of Nebraska.
Boys Sam Wcstcrlield holds forth at his old tonsorial
parlor, corner 12th and O, and is the saino friend to the
boys as last year. Putronizo him.
The 31. E. Church had another spectacular feed tho
other evening; that is, a magic lantern affair backed up
by hot coffee and sandwiches. Price 15cts.
Students it will pay you to examine tho pictures made
by Kelley & Co. before sittiug elsewaro. Have you seen
that duiby University Panel they give gratis?
Professor. In tho garden of Eden, there was no labor,
no sweating of the brow, no rolling up of tho sleeves, so
Learned Senior. No, I beleive they did not wear very
long sleeves there. Exit student.
"We never saw such sociable young ladies as the la
dies af Monmouth," u young dude was heard to say the
other day. "Why," ho exclaimed, "I suw two young la
dies coming down tho walk, and when they got inter
cstly talking, one sat right down on thebidewulk and the
other on her lap. How sociable." OoUcgian.
Buy your boots and shoes of O. W. Webster, O st.
All stylos and qualities of mon's hats at W. R. Donnls.
Manley gives special rates on fruit for cntertainmeuts.
Our fall and winter stock is now complete. T. Ewiug
Cadet suits and caps at T. Ewiug & Co's clothing
Largo stock of gouts' collars aud cutis at W. R. Dennis.
Spc liitein. ,
Elegant lino of mon's hosiery at W. R. Dennis', under
T. Ewing & Co. are at tho front for all tho latest and
fine fitting clothing.
For a fine full or winter overcoat go to T.Ewiag & Co's
manmoth clothing house.
Merino and all-wool underwear 50 per cent below for
mer prices at Winger & Miller's.
Go to T. Ewing & Co's emporium for fluo oloMiing,
gents furnishing goods, hats and caps.
Students will save money by purchasing their clothing
and furnishing goods of T. Ewiug & Co.
Subscribe for the only exposition of tho student's views
of things, and again I say unto you subscribe!
Remember Students you can get flno work, and better
inducements, in the "Fotograf" line, at Kellcy & Co
Possibly some of these chilly mornings and evenings
will induce you to look at W. R. Dennis' lino of under
wear: choice goods.
Of tho class of '84 yo local has noted tho fof lowing
among our visitors; R. L. Marsh, W. P. Sullivan, G. W.
Bolsford, H. W. Olmsted, J.H. Holmes, Miss Frost, Miss
Parks , and Miss Aldrich.
Tho young ladies of the University havo organized a
Y. W. 0. A. in the institution. Thereby they do two good
acts: first, they increase tho efficiency of the cause in the
school and lastly they abolish at least ono of the Univer
sity slates. Let the go jd work go on.
I havo just received a new outfit of dcutal cools and
materials. Am prepared to do all kinds which comes in
my line. Satisfaction guaranteed. A liberal reduction
to students. Come and see me. W. A. Hull, 1105 O St.
Over Harloy's Drug Store.
We cheerfully call attention to the nowiusurancead.of
Mr. J. V. Parker in another column. Mr Parker is an
old student well known by most of us and wo aro satisfi.
ed that ho would not eugagc with any company until ho
had thoroughly and carefully examined its plans and
workings, and found them to be worthy of patronage aud
just as represented. And right hero wo would say a word
in regard to Lifo Insurance in geueral. People aro fast
waking up to tho fact that a man can no more be without
insurance on his life than on his house. In fact there
aro more substantial reasons for a man paying a few dol
lars a year, that in case of his death, some one wholly or
partially dependeut upon him may receive from $2,000 to
$5,000 for their maintainence, than there is for carrying
an insurance upon his dwelling. Wo believe this com
pany is a reliable one and hope that our instructors and
fellow students will patronize it.
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