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THE HESPESIAN STUDENT.
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, -
Irving J. Manatt, Ph.D. Chancellor.
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COLLEGE OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE
AND THE ARTS.
H. . Hlktaoek, M. A., Ph. D Professor of Mathesiatlca.
George MeMilUa, Ph.D., Dean, Professor of Greek.
George X. Howard, M. A.. Professor of History.
GroTe X. Berber, M. A.. Professor of Latin.
Badsoa H. Niebolsoa, M. A., Professor of Chemistry aad Pavels.
Lweias A. Sherman, Ph. Dn Professor of Xngllsa.
Lewis X. Hicks. Fh.DProfessor of Geology.
Charles X. Beesey, Ph.D., Professor of Botany.
TOE INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE.
Charles X. Bestey, Ph. D., Scan, Professor of Hort' culture and
Hadeoa H. V aolsoa. M. AM Professor of Agrtcaltoral Chemistry.
Richard 11 ownley. U. S. W., Prof, of Military 8cteace and Tactics.
LcwmX. Hieks, Ph. D., Prefeesor of Geology.
Charles N. Little,. A., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering.
Heuy H. Wing, B. Agf., Instructor in AgricaltBre.
THE LATIN SCHOOL.
Miss Xliea Smith, M. A., Registrar.
Xh. Adelaide Dearborn, Instructor In Elocution.
Maward W. CaWwell, B. 8., IastnMear ta Htaerf .
Biea H. Culver, B. 8., Iastractor ia msleea lsagiljis.
Charles X. Bennett, B. A., Iastractor la Greek aad Latin.
T. JCfrey Bodgmaa B.A., Instrnctor la Physics aad Astronomy.
Miss Baiah "W. Moore, Teacher of Palatlag aad Drawing.
Directot of Musical Conservatory.
Five courses of study are offered : Clssaical.Scientiflc,
Literary, Xagineeriag and Agricultural. The Latin
School, for the present, offers a two years' course pre
Mratory to tkeee course. StodesU wishing to eater the
Latia School must be prepared for examination in Orthog
raphy, Isgltek Grammar, Practical Arithmetic, Geogra
phy aad History of the Uiaited States.
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE.
A. R. Mitchell, x. d., Deaa, aad Profuwor of Anatomy. . :
L. A. Meniara, kj., Proiessorof Principles and Practice of Med
H. B. Lowry, x.a., h.d., Professor of Physiology and Therapeatlea.
W. M.Xnapp,H.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Weaea
H. 11. Nicholson, h.a , Professor of Chemistry.
L. B. Graddy, x.d,. Professor of Diseases of the Xye and Bar,
Hon. O. P. Mason, Professor of Medical Jurisprudence,
Rot. R. Livingston, m.d., Professor of PrlncipZ-.s aad Practice ef
8, D. Mercer, x. d., Professor of Clinical Surgery.
N. J. Beachly, xj., Demonstrator of Anatomy.
Milton Lane, x. .. Lecturer on Materia Mcdica.
John P. Wayman, Pr. B., x. d.. Lecturer on Physiology.
B.L. Paine, x.d., Professor of Theory and Practlco.(HomoeopathIc)
C. L. Hart, x.d., Professor of Materia Mcdica. "
P. B. IUgbter, xjo Professor of Obstetrics. " .
W. 8. Latta, x.d.. Professor of Theory and Practice (Eclectic.)
J. H. Woodard, X.D., Professor of Materia Medica. "
Tiiia college was opened in 1883, and is now in viffor
orous operation. The University with its collections and
tbo capital city with its public institutions offer special
facilities and inducements to medical students. No fees
ate charged beyond the matriculation fee of $5, and the
actual cost of material for the study of Practical Anatomy.
Good board ia the city at $3 a week; furnished room
1 8 to f a month. Students of the Industrial College live
oa the farm, where board is furnished at cost No charges
for tuition, except matriculation fee of $5. Stodeat
residiag in the state, or persons about to enter the Unirer
Bity, are allowed half fare in going to and from home by
the railroads catering Lincoln. For half-fare certificates
Catalogues or other information address the Chancellor
J. H. Harley,
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