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THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
Irving J. Manatt, Ph. D., Chancellor.
COLLEGE OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE
AM THE ARTS.
II. B. Hitchcock, M. A., Ph. D., Professor or Mathematics.
Georce McMillan, Ph.D., Dean, Professorer Greek.
George B. Howard, M. A.. Professor of History.
Grove E. Barber, M. A.. Professor of Latin.
Hudson n. Nicholson, M. A.. Professor of Chemistry acd Physic.
Lncins A. Sherman, Ph. D., Professor of English.
Lewis E. Hicks. Ph.D., Prnlcssor of Geology.
Charles . Bessey, Ph.D., Professor of Botany.
THE INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE.
Charles E. Bcsfcy, Ph. D., Dean, Professor of Hort culture and
Hudson H. oolson. 31. A., Professor of Agricultural Chemistry.
Richard 11 ownley. U. S. N., Prof, or Military Science and Tactics.
Lewis K. Hicks, Ph. D., Professor of Geology.
( harles N. Little, M. A., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering.
Hei.ry H. Wing, B. Agr., Instructor in Agriculture.
THE LATIN SCHOOL.
Miss Ellen Smith, M. A., Registrar.
Mrs. Adelaide Dearborn, Instructor in Elocution.
Howard V. Caldwell, B. S., Instructor In History.
Bton II. Culver, B. S., Instructor In modern languages.
Charles E. Bennett, It. A., Instructor In Greek and Latin.
T. Mrey Uodgman B.A., Instructor in Physics and Astronomy.
Mifs Sarah V. Moore, Teacher of Painting and Drawiuf.
Director of Musical Conservatory.
Five courses of study arc offered: Clnssicnl, Scientific,
Literary, Engineering and Agricultural. The Latin
School, for the present, ofTers a two years' course pre
paratory to lliete courses. Students wishing to enter the
Latin School must be prepared forexamiuation in Orthog
raphy, English Grammar, Practical Arithmetic, Geogra
phy "and History of the United Slates.
THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE.
A. R. Mitchell, M. d., Dean, and Professor of Anatomy.
L. A. Mcniam, m.d., Prolessoror Principles and Practico of Med
n. II. Lowry, x.a., h.d.. Professor or Physiology and Therapeutics.
W. M. Knapp, x.n.. Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women
II. II. Nicholson, jc.a , Professor or Chemistry.
L. B. Graddr, x.d,. Professor of Diseases or the Eye and Ear.
Hon.O. P. Mason, Professor of Medical Jurisprudence.
Robt. R.Livingston, x.d.. Professor of Principles and Practice of
S, D. Mercer, x. d., Professor of Clinical Surgery.
N. J. Beachly, X.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy.
Milton Lane, x. n.. Lecturer on Materia Mcdlca.
John F. VVayraan, Pr. B., x. d., lecturer on Physio!?-.
B.L. Paine, x.d., Professor or Theory and Practlpn.(Horaoeopathic)
C. L. nan, x.d., Proressor of Materia Mcdlca. "
P. B. Righter, X.D., Professor ofObstetrics. "
W. S. Latta, x.d.. Professor or Theory and Practice. (Eclectic.)
J. H. Woodard, x.d., Proressor or Materia Medica. "
Tliis college was opened in 1883, and is now In vigor
orous operation. The University with "Hs collections and
the capital cily with its public institutions offer special
facilities and inducements to medical students. No IVa
are charged beyond the matriculation lee of $5, and tho
actual cost of material for Ihc study of Practical Anatomy
Goi d board iu the city at $3 a writ; furnished room
$3 to $G a month. Students of the Industrial College live
on ihc lann, where board is furnished at copI. No chamea
for tuition, exce t matriculation fee of $5. Stttdcnlt,
residing in the stale, or persons about to enter Ihc Univer
sily, are allowed half Tare in going to and from home by
the railroads enterine; Lincoln. For half inn ccrtiiicati-a
Catalogues or other information address the Chancellor
J. H. Harley,
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a number for music, also art and specialties.
Soml intnn fnr annlication form and circu
lars ofliiiormatiuu to
NATIONAL SCHOOL SUPPLY
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GciiIb' Clothing made, cleaned
Over Ulason fc Fletcher's O Street.
LINCOLN. - - - NEHRASKA
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 230, Webster Block, Lincoln.
Highest price paid for second-hanfffeoods
115 SoutU Tenth.
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