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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1891)
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With their solid trains, composed of Pullman Palace and Pullman Colonist Sleepers, Dining
Oars, and free Reclining Chair Cars, offers to the traveling public the most direct, quickest, and
TO DENVER, PUEBLO, AND LEADVILLE.
TO OGDEN AND SALT LAKE
TO BUTTE AND HELENA.
TO SAN FRANCISCO AND LOS ANGELES.
TO SPOKANE FALLS AND PORTLAND.
TO TACOMA, OLYMPIA, SEATTLE, and VICTORIA.
: - For Sioux City, close connections north and east.
To Omaha and Council Bluffs, close connections for the east.
, ' To Kansas City, close connections for south and east.
For ;Maps, Time Cards, and Pamphlets apply to
, E. B. SLOSSON, C. T. A., 1044 6 St.
V. Pres. and Gen. Mgr.
C. S. M ELLEN,
Gen. Traffic Mgr. '
ED. CERF & CO.
Clothing mid Furnishing Goods
, .LIBERAL. DISCOUNT TO STUDENT.:.
P. F. HUBER,
Coal and Wood.
Yards at 14th and Mo Pacific Ry. Telephone 779.
OFFICE, 1206 O STREET
HutcMns & Hyatt
COAL AND WOOD
Office No. iapJOStreet.
CLASON & FLETCHER,
Books, 1 Stationery,
University Books a. Specialty.
1I30 O Street, " Lincoln, Neb.
T. E. SANDERS. Vice-President.
J. H. McCLAY, Cashier.
JOHN B. WRIGHT, President.
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TonHol (MCA AAA r"rnnc J A. S. Raymond, Chas. West, Thos. Cochrane, John B. Wright,
lapltal, i(!dU,UI)U, DIRECTORS r j J Hi Mc'clay, E R, SUer H, P, Lau, F, L. Sheldon., T. E. Sanders
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