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v SHHi T H E H ES P E R lNS T U I '. i2 N T .
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
Irving J. Manatt, Ph. D., Chancellor.
COLLEGE Or LITERATURE, SCIENCE
ANI THE ARTS.
H, K. PUchcock, M. A., Ph. DProfossor of Mathematics.
Georeo McMillan, Ph.D.,Dcan, Profcssorof Greek.
Charles K Besscv, Ph.D., Profcssorof Botany.
Levis K. Hicks. Ph.D., Professor of Geology.
George E. Howard, M. A.. Frofcssor of History.
Grove E. Barher, M. A.. Profcssorof Laiin.
Hndson 11. Kicholson, M A.. Profcssorof Chimlstry and riiysl;.
Lucius A. Sherman, Ph. D., Professor of English.
THE INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE.
Charles E. Bcsscy, Ph. 1)., Dean, Professor of Hort cnltire and
Hudson 11. Nicholson. M . A ., Professor of Agricultural Chemistry.
Kichard H. Tow nicy. U. S. N., Prof. of Military Sclenco and Tactics.
Lewis K. Hicks, Ph. J)., Piolcssor or Geology.
Charles N. Little,!, A Associate Professor of Civil Engineering,
Hci.ry H, Wing, B. Apr., Instmtor in Agriculture
THE LATIN SCHOOL.
Miss Ellen Smith, M. A., Registrar.
Mrs. AdolaidoDearhom, Instructor in Elocution.
Howard V . Caldwell, J). S., Instructor in History.
Bion 11. Cnlver, B. ., Instructor in modem languages.
Charles E. Bennett, B. A., Instructor in Greek and Latin.
T. Mrcy Hodgman B. A., Instructor in Pip ics and Astronomy.
Miss Sarah V. Mooro, Teacher or Painting and Drawing.
Direct oi of Musical Conservatory,
Five courses of study arc ottered: Classical, Scientific,
Literary, Engineering and Agricultural. Tlie Latin
School, for the present, otters a two jcars1 course pre
paratory to these courses. Students wishing to enter the
Luiin School must he prepared for examination in Orthog.
raphy, English Grammar, Practical Arithmetic, Geogra
phy and History of the United States.
THF COLLEGE OF1HLIHCINE.
A. It. Mitchell, si. r Dean, and Professor of Anatomy,
L, A. Menlnrn, si.n., Proiessorof Principles and Practice of Med
H. B. Ikumt, si.a., M.n., Professor of Physiology and Therapeutics.
W, M. Knn'pr., si.v.. Professor of Ohstctrlcs and Diseases of Women
11. H. Nicholi-on, si.a , Professor of Chemistry.
L. B. Grnddv. i.n Professorof Diseases of the Eye and Ear,
Hon.O. P, Mason, Professor of Medical .lurisprudencc,
lloht. 11. Livingston, si. n., Professor of Principles and Practice of
S, D. Mercer, si. r.. Professor of Clinical Surgery,
N . .1. Bcnchly, si r.. Demonstrator of Anatomy,
Milton Lane, si. i Lecturer on Materia Medica.
.lohn F. Wavman, Pr B., st. ., Lecturer on Physiology.
B. L, Pained si .u . Professor of Thcorv and Practico.(Homoeopathlc)
C. L. Han, si.u., Professor of Materia Medica. "
F, B. lfighter, si.D., Profcssorof Ohstctrlcs.
V. S. Lalta. si.n., Professor of Theory and Practice. (Eclectic.)
J. H. Woodard, m.u., Profcshor of Materia Medica. "
This college was opened in 18S3, and is now In vijjor
otous opcnilion. The University with lis collections and
the oapilal oily with its public "institutions offer specia
facilities and inducements to medical students. No fees
arc charged beyond the matriculation lee of $5, and the
actual cost of material for the study of Practical Anatomy.
Good board in the city at $3 a week; furnished room
$8 to $G a month. Students of the Industrial College live
on the larni, where hoard is furnished at cost. No charges
for tuition, excej t matriculation fee of $5. Students
residing m the state, or persons about to enter the Univcr.
sity, are allowed half fare in going to and from home by
the railroads entering Lincoln. For half-fare certificates,
Catalogues or other information address Ihc Chancellor
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