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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1887)
The Aegis needs a new cover to make it one of our best
The Berhcleyan comes in lor the first lime. It bears evi
dence of hard and honest work on the part of its editors.
Will the Courier, of Kansas, please explain what they mean
by "bear dance"?
The Musical Herald, of Boston, made its first appearance
this week. To students of music it would be exceedingly
interesting. The style and beauty of the workmanship is
exceedingly fine. We hope it will be a regular visitor.
The editors of Doane Owlc are building bright hopes for
the future success of their school. They predict that in the
near future the institution will send out classical students fully
competent to cope with the best in our land. We sincerely
hope that their drama will materalize.
The Hamilton Review is a paper of the first class. Unlike
many of our exchanges it is strong in every department. In
its editorial and literary departments arc articles of sufficient
merit to commend the respect of its exchanges, while the
local must be exceedingly interesting to its home readers.
Ths Iowa Wesleyan is ajneat and unassuming journal, jt
nevertheless ranks high among our exchanges. And by the
way, if any of the students in the U. of N. are studying Ham
let, it will be well worth their time and trouble to secure a
copy and xread the article on "The Sanity of Hamlet." It
is a meritorious production.
The Washburn Argo has a new cover and it is immense.
The designs on the old cover were so indistinct tnat we never
could make out exnetly what they were, but they stand out so
distinctly on the new, that we recognize them without diffi
culty. We arc glad to notice these improvements. If the
contents rank as high in literary perfection as the cover docs
in artistic design, we think this exchange will stand among
The Vassar Miscellany, one of our oldest exchanges, has
dared to write up the subject of "New Girls." What an odd
subject for editors to write about! Who ever saw an edtior,
who knew how to handle such a subject? However the ed
itor who wrote the above article is evidently a lady and this
probably accounts for the ring of the article. We think the
writer forgot or intentionally omitted one view of the case,
butwedonotenre to bring out the point in this connection
and heartily concur with the author when she says, "The
New Girl is a large and important factor in our college life."
Yea verily our heart thumps loud for her, but we arc not go.
ing to forget the old ones.
The Simpsonian in the last issue tries to size up the Sen
iors and bring out, and establish that ihe above class is com
posed of human beings who arc liable to, and do commit er
rors just the same as the first Preps or Freshmen. We feel
like emphasizing this idea. There is olden times a feeling
of alienation existing between the graduating class and those
at the other end of the course. In most cases, this is due
to the conduct of the upper classmen. Perhaps it is not pre
meditated but arises from the fact that their work is so dif
ferent. Care should be exercised on the part of upper class
men, that this felling does not grow. All classes have nn
important place to fill, and all are necessary to the success of
any college, and any class that graduates with the idea that
they are taking with them the best part of the institution is
W. R. Dennis for spring goods in latest styles.
Go to Kelly's for fine work in photography.
Hats and caps at Ed. Cerf & Co's.
Cadet suits, gloves and caps at Ewing's.
Clothing for every body at Ed. Cert & Co's.
Kelly always docs well by the students. Give him a
$250 IN CASH! 3 Worcester's and 3 Webster's Diction
aries, worth $89, and 4 ' Dictionary Holders, worth $15.50,
given as PRIZES for the best essays answering the question
"Why should I use a Dictionary Holder?" For full particu
lars, send to La Verne W. Noyes, 99 & 101 W. Monroe St.,
Chicago, the maker of Dictionary Holders. Or inquire at
Webster and Briscoe, Boots and Shoes.
Largest line of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers in the city at
Webster & Briscoe's.
Webster & Briscoe, Boots and Shoes, 1023 O. St.
Choice fruits, confectionery and lunch all the year round at
Chevront & Co's, 1191 0 street.
In New York go to Dclmonico's, but in Lincoln go to
Chevront & Co's for oysters in evey style. Always ready to
Students go to Hutchins & Hyatt's for fuel.
Shilling Bros., 237 south Eleventh street, for drugs, sun
dries and prescription work.
Jas. H. Hooper is on hand with his new Eureka steam
laundry and docs the neatest work. Leave orders at this of
fice and he will call at your room.
You can buy anything in the, holiday present Tine at Shill
ing Bros., 237 south Eleventh street.
Special prices to students at T. Ewing & Co's.
Students will receive best of attention at Manley's.
Go and see Shilling Bros., 237 south Eleventh street.
Manley has the cream of the candy trade.
Go to Ilaydcn's for Pictures and have them fin
ished up with the new enamellcr, the latest thing in 'the pho
tographic line. 1214 O St.
Shilling Bros, sell the finest of stationery, perfumes and
toilet goods. 237 south Eleventh street.
J. and D. Newman, 1027 O Street. Oldest Dry Good?
House in the city.
If you want to get solid with your girl take her sonic of
Manley's taffy. Yum! Yum!!
Students can have their laundry work done in first class
style by the Eureka Steam Laundry. Leave your orders at
We all like ice cream of course, and are interested in find
ingthc best parlor. Poehlcrs just suits us.
You will always find Kelly on hand to do good work.
Go to Ewing's for fur caps.
, W: l: Dennis as the largest stock of men's fine hats and
furnishing goods. Inspection solicited.
Manley keeps a full line of confectionery goods, give him a
W. R. Dennis should be your ha'tter and furnisher.
Call on Edddd. Cerf & Cooo.
Stetson and Dunlap hats at W. R. Dennis under Opera
Go to Ed. Cerf & Co. for furnishing goods.
The latest styles in hats at Ed. Cerf & Co's.
Ewing's make children's clothing a special feature of their
business. I he new stock now includes the handsomest styles
ever brought to Lincoln. Be sure to call and see them.
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