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THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
W. H. PRESCOTT,
Cheapest and Most Complete Music House in the West.
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B. PARKER Jr.AfuU82ockoCLadtesandGents
114 Hortn lOtn Street. SOOTS & SZECOIES
Arctics, Alascas, over shoes and warm winter goods.
EST Students especially Invited to call.
FREMONT NORMAL SCHOOL
TRAINS YOUNQ PEOPLE THOROUGHLY
roil ADMISSION TO COLLEGE,
TOR LAW OR MEDICAL SCHOOLS,
TOR rUBI.IO PPEAKINO,
Iff fjrTMtrxxre. mjfjt Vcx.
In Drawing, Painting, and
IN KHOIITIIAND AND TTTE-WKITINQ.
There are 11 members In the Faculty, each
ipcclally educated for his department.
PRESIDENT JOXE&h&a had over twenty
years cxperienco in educational work.
PROFESSOR HAMLIN, principal of tho
Business college, lias had over fifteen years'
experience and la a superior penman and an
PROFESSOR MOnLER is anoriginal and
Inspiring teacher in the Natural Science and
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m PROFESSOR AlFT0Ar, of Boston, Uasj.
Sherman, of Chicago, is an artist of raro tal-
W PJcmes A- M- President.
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RATES OF TUITION AND BOARD.
A.evory reasonable, and tho cheapness of
board at Fn-nont compared w!th cost In
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Instrumental music, S12 icr twenty lessens
jolto culture, $12; fine arts. S10 per twolv
three-hour lctsons; short-hand $12, and typo
writing $10 per twenty ono-llour lessons
Vll&r Mndcnt8 !n 0,,,er benches "ha
Tlia WINTER TERM of 15 weeks will be-
kmi jji-g. o, uuj etuQcms can enter at ony
Mime, and aro doing o contlnnally, pnylnc
cbnrpesonly from time of entering to tlmo of
So?""'', o opnnc ierm will begin April 18,
8V and Bummer Institute July 0. '83.
For particulars address tho undersigned
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cantile, banking, railway, factory or other business offices. It has been organized and in conducted J? strlcUv briL
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about it which communicates itself to the students with the most happy results The attendance is JontliSX i!
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