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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1891)
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You are always intercsieil in anything that affords con
venionce or increases your comfort. We think our now Lin
coln and Omaha limited" will do this very thing. It leaves
Lincoln at 10:15 every morning except Sunday, and makes
the run to Omaha in seventy-live minutes. Returning it
leaves Omaha at 5 p. m., reaching Lincoln in ample time for
You can depend n this train being on time, it has no
connections to make, and is indopondont'of all through trains
and is run purely fo.i the benefit of Lincoln and Omaha
It is the intention to oquip these trains with parlor cars
of luxurious'; appointments, and equal in ail respects to any
thing of the kind to be found in the country. They are not
yet out of the shops, and f.r the present a line of our latest
chair-cars will take their places.
Including the "limited," the 11. & M. now runs nine daily
p.issnngcr trains between Lincoln and Omaha. That this
most excellent service is duly appreciated is evinced by the
heaity support and generous pationagc accorded it. Ifyi
desire any turther,jnfonnatioi concerning this popular rail
way, callon the agent at union depot, or city ofliee, corner O
and,Tcnlh streets. All inquuies receive piompt and cour
A. C. Zi:imi:k, C. 1'. and T. A.
When ou want photographs call n the husiuea, manage
of Tup. HksI'KKIax and secure orders at special rates on air
of the loading ualleries of the citv.
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