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THE HESPERIAN STUDENT.
W. H. PRESCOTT,
Cheapest and Most Complete Music House in the West,
BDAPlf TO I p A fall and complete stock of Ladies and Gents
. rMIIi-i M "RODTR &n STTOES
114 Worth lOlli fircct. -ttSJ -L. O OO s--CUvcjKp
Arctics, Alascas, Base Ball Shoes And Spring Goods.
jgf Students especially invited to call.
FREMONT NORMAL SCHOOL
W P Jones A- M- President-
TRATNS YOUNG PEOPLE THOROUGHLY
FOIITEACUINCJ, roll BUSINESS LIFE,
roil ADMISSION TO COM.BUE,
roil LAW Oil MEMCAl. SCHOOLS,
ron ruDi.io hvkakinu,
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In Drawing. Painting, ami
IN nllOIITHANU ANO TVI'E-WHITINO.
There are 11 member In tho Faculty, each
specially educated for Ills diipmtniout.
PRESIDENT JOXES Una had over twenty
years experience In educational work
PROFEBSOi: IIAXMX, principal of the
Business college has had over fifteen years'
experlnco and Is a superior penman and an
expert accountant .
PROFESSOR MOULER Is an original and
Inspiring teaclior In the Natural Sclenco and
PROFESSOR LAWTONi of Boston, Mass.
Is a superior instructorln Music. Miss Sarah
8herman, of Chicago, Is au artist of rare tat-
This institution was erected by Morchanle, Bankers, Manufacturers, and successful farmers to THAI N YOUNG
PEOPLE FOR REAL LIFE, to oarn their own living as teachers, as clerks, bookkeepers, cashiers, etc., in mor
cantile, banking, railway, factory or other business offices. It has been organized and 1b conducted on strictly bus
iness principles, such us have brought its founders success in the occupations of actual lifu. There is a business touo
about it which communicates itself to the students witli tlio most happy results. The attendance is continually in
creasing at at a rapid rate. Railroads grant students half rates in going to and from College, if applied for through
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cntand skill, and a munt successful teacher.
Ai os Lyilla L. Jones and Miss Jessie Cowles
ore graduates of the Northwestern Unlvrrslty
and able teachers. Mr. A. A. Cowles Is a
practical snori-nanit reporter and an adept at
type-writing. The other teachara aro
HATES OF TUITION AND BOARD.
' y reasonable, and the cheapness of
nt Fremont compared with cost In
ricsaoouioii-heiH uie wnolo price of
t Tuition for fifteen weeks is ji5:
Ii.f .iiiiiicnlal muKlc, $12 pertwentv lessons
voice culture, $12; fine arts. $10 nor twenty
three-hour lessons; short-hand 512, and type
writing $10 por twenty ono-liour Icasono,
excont for students In other branches, who
The WINTER TERM or 15 weeks will bo
pin Bet. SO, nut students can enter at any
time, and are doing so coutlnually, paying
charpos only from time of entering to t lino or
Jiving. Spring Term will bogln April 18,
oi, and Slimmer Iustltuto July (I, '85.
For particulars address the undersigned
W. P. .TONUS, A. M.,
. of Normal College, Fremont, Neb.
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