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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1894)
Crandnll, key and locksmith, 1345 0 at.
Orandall sharpens skates, 1345 0 street.
Oro ndall repairs guns and revolvers, 1345
New Spring Neckwear at Paine & Warfel's,
1 136 0 street.
Teeth without plates aro a specialty .with
For a perfect fit, try L. II. Meyer, the
Tailor, 114G 0 street.
Take your shoes to "Walt's for repairs.
Good work guaranteed.
Students get a reduction from usual rates
at Dr. Hodgeman's dental office.
Cadets should purchase their drill gloves
of Paine & Warfel, 1130 0 street.
On the northwest corner Thirteenth and
O streets, Fiegenbaum's Pharmacy.
Bought, sold or exchanged second hand
books. University of Nebraska books a
specialty, at Lincoln Book Exchange, 12G
South Twelfth street.
Every young man and woman out of
business, getting small wages, desiring to
change their employment for something
more remunerative and better suited to their
tastes, can do more to improve their pros
pects and give them a successful start in life
by a course of practical traiuing at the Lin
coln Business College, Lincoln, Neb., than
any other course they can pursue. Those
who enter in January, February and March
can complete tho(courso in time for autumn
and winter business, and those who fully
qualify will have no difficulty in securing
situations. Address for circulars giving full
information, L. Madarasz, Sec'y, Lincoln.
A Wonderful Invention.
A typewriter is now on the market which is
radically different from anything that has ever
yet been manufactured, having the capacity of
writing two letters at the same instant, rendering
it possible to write almost, if not quite, twice as
rapidly as on any other machine.
Its name is the Duplex, and it derives its name
from its douhlk alphabet (one for the left hand
and one for the right), and also from its double
center or two points of contact for type and pa
per. The two alphabets are duplicates in arrange
ment, and are easily learned.
All other typewriters have but one point of
contact for type and paper, and hence can print
but one letter at a time.
In addition to the Duplex feature, this type
writer is neat in appearance, occupies hut little
space, is light and durable, having received at the
World's Fair not only awards for speed but also
The Frederick & Hamilton Company have the
agency for this machine for Lincoln and Lan
caster county, and it may be seen at their office
at 1 120 M street, 3rd floor, or at 11 27 O street at
S. K. Marley's telegraph school. See cut and
advertisement in another column.
THE BOYD HOTEL.
Mrs. Kate Martin and Son have opened
the Boyd Hotel, at 731 O street, after re
modeling and newly furnishing it through
out. With-Mr. R. W. Charters as manager
and the careful attention given to the wants
of the guests, the success of the house is as
sured. COLLEGE STUDENTS
Wanting employment for the summer should
address P. W. Ziegler & Co., Box 1801,
St. Louis, Mo., who offer great inducements
for special work to which students aro well
fitted, and which pays $75 to $150 per
CHOICE PERFUMES AT HARLEY'S.
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