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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1886)
The UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
IRVING J. MANATT, PH. D., CHANCELLOR.
I. CoP'Mre of Literature, Science and the Arts.
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II. Industrial College.
III. The College of Medicine.
IV. The Latin School.
V. School of the Fine Arts.
All departments open for the Winter term, Jan. 5. Examinations for admission Sept. 8 and 9 and Jan. 4.
Thorough courses in preparation for college and college courses leading to degrees of B. A., B. Sc, B. L.
B. C. E., B. Agr., and M. D. All schools open to both sexes, and tuition free except in Fine Arts. Ex
penses low For catalogues and other information address the steward,
J. Stuart Dales', Lincoln, Neuraska.
When in want of Books or Stationery
PLEASE CALL AT
IF. -A.- .LKIEIsrBTJK.O-'S STORE,
IN BASEMKNT OP RICHARDS BLOCK.
Examine goods and note pi ices. The only store in town where goods are retailed at wholesale
pricvs. Corner Eleventh and O Streets, Lincoln.
938 P Street, North of Gov't Square.
Every style of Picture known to the Art made. Views of Residences and Grounds. A full
Assortment of Frames, Stereoscopes, Etc.
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