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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1887)
WycofTs Candy Store and Ice Cream Parlors are at 139 South. 11th. S
MRS. H. UNDER,
207 S. nth St,
CALL AND GET OUR SPECIAL
Mrs. A. B. Stewart.
1221 O Street
And such in full line.
&- FIRST CLASS BOARD. tf
NEW AND NEAT.
No. 237 South Eleventh Street. Four
Dollars per week; single meals
N. E. .NUTTNG, Prop.
Got their wiifthlHg done at the
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Under
wear done up in first-class style.
Yee Lung, Proprietor, No. 217,
Stoves & Hardware.
Opposite I ., East Side.
LINCOLN, - - - NEBRASKA
M. ft I A
Joint prayer mootings In room No. 5 every
Wednesday evening beginning at 7:45 and
closing at B:3n, All Btudonts aro earnestly
Invited to attend.
Mary Campbell Pros. T. W. 0. A.
W. B.Perrln, Preu. Y. M. 0. A.
C. M. SEITZ,
Special rates to clubs.
13 $ O STREET.
Joe W. Fonjr
Laundry, No 118 North 12th
All Work done in First-Class Style on
called for or delivered.
Brcrly S Stcaran, Props.
All the students now go to the Union
League Cafe for oysters Friday evenings.
Lunch at all hours.
J. R. HAGGARD, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Rooms 5 and 6, over Harlop's Drug
Store. Residence 188G Q Street.
B. L. F.lKJiJE, .If. -.,
Office 1125 N Street.
Telephone No 9.
. N. Townley,
WALL PAPR, PAINTS, WIN
DOW GLASS, Etc.
Painting and Artistic Dec
Done on short notice at low prices. 1234 O St
M. STOUGHTON, Supt.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
ALL THE BOYS
To the Old Reliable
For the licet Candies in the City, 142 S.19th.
HUTCHINS & HYATT
COAL AND WOOD.
Highest price pcld for tccond-hand goods.
' loth'Sl. bet O and P.
Sawed and split wood a specialty. Pine
kindling. Office, 1040 O Street,
Corner Prairie Avenue And 26th St
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE
SESSION OF 1886-7.
N. S. Davis, M. D., L. L. D., Dean.
The twenty-ninth Annual Course o in
struction will begin the last week In Septeaa
ber I860 and close in March 1867. The course
of Instruction is graded, students he-lag di
vided Into first, second and third year classes.
Qualifications for admission are either a de
groo of A. B., a certificate of a reputable ac
ndomy, a teacher's certificate, or a prellmlc
The method of instruction Is conspicuously
S radical, and is applied in the wards of the
lercy, St' Lake's and Michael Reese Hos
pitals dally at the bedside of the sick, and In
the South Side dispensary attachedto the Col
lege, where from nine to ten thousand pa
tients aro annually treated. Tecs: Hatrlcu
lation,5. Loctures, first and second years,
each $75. Demonstrator Including material
f 10. Laboratory $5, Breakage (returnable)
$5. Hospitals; Mercy $0. St. Luke's $5.,
or second and third year students. Final
For further information or announce
Walter Hay, M. D., L. L. D., Sec'y,
243 Stale St., Chicago, 111.,
C. C. JEROME
Successor to W. 11. Mater.
AND SPORTSMAN'S ARTICLES.
Also, all kinds of repairing done
129 N. 9th Streeet,
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