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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1897)
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Doane Wlioro'a the h'Owl?
Ro-o-o-o-o o-o-o-p-e-i -Winner in IK Stutc 'Orator-
Roiircdentntive Woostor's picture should 1k care
fully placed in a frame of his mind ana stored in the
archives of state.
It is reported that soon after Editor It. S. Baker
took the floor at a holiness mooting the other even
ing he was arrested for stealing lumber.
ONE GOOD MAN X.KFT.
Now whon the spring election
"Geutly diawoth on apace,"
I feel complete infection
Of excitement for a place.
( Though I shall be non-partisan
Through the coming fight,
I'll break my neck to see complete
J he triumph of the right
And if bright candidates are rare
I ni out, my friends and choose too mayor.
STAND UV KOIt LINCOLN.
Oh, let me once more hear McNoal
AriHe lo serve the state
r's hear him swap our wow for weals
u" ''-('(lit basis straight.
(,'' Ta1,n,ac 8llo,,,(J ai'Poai- again
U Hoaglund should return,
And Weav-r and his -right hand men"
"' promises to 'burn'.
Oh. call hack I.iou from afar
l h Boomer and Maguire,
RlcGufley shrewd, and C. M. Ularr,
A' H. P. Leavett's fire,
We'd save our city in a vveek
Kecloom "Nebraska's pride"
if niUMl be, even I could speak
A little on the side.
VE IUVB A WINNKIt.
Ht tonr. from oaoh gwollon yo,
Ami tlw awftil bbUoii bnr
"""tin from Hi. Owl
"J,oud to win the laurels ,now iron,
JhoutiivnraltviBti.i' , J ufto"u, .March 20.
Comfort to California.
Every Thursday evening, a tourist
sleeping car for Salt Lake City, San
Francisco and Los Angeles leaves Omalia
and Lincoln via the Burlington Route.
It is carpeted; upholstered in rattan;
has spring seats and backs and is pro
vided with curtains, "bedding, towels,
soap, etc. An experienced excursion
conductor and a uniformed Pullman por
ter accompany it through to the Pacific
While neither as expensively finished
nor as fine to look at as a palace sleeper,
it is just as good to ride in. Second-class
tickets are honored and the price of a
berth, wide enough and big enough for
two, is only $5.
For a folder giving full particulars,
call at the B. & M. depot or city office,
corner of 10th & 0 streets.
Geo. W. Bonnelt,,
C. R & T. A.
WE SET THE PACE FOR 1897.
ARMSTRONG CLOTHING GO.
HAS PLACED ON SALE AN
Entirely New Stock
Clothing, Hats I Furnishings.
Wo kIiow more New Good than all otliur MorchniiU In Lin
coln It's n Hlroiis ululin, but thoro Jk u wity of liidlnj; out.
Wulk Into our HhiicIhohio Store und we will huow you
more noveJtk'H in wearing upparul for men, novo und Children
tint ti you ever dreumed were mudu. If we tulHleiid you, don't
'liuv. Awillmr thing, we guarantee to save you 0 w euiit on
cviir dollar's worth you luiy.
WE SET THE PACE THIS WEEK
Willi n great Jot of Genuine EngliH'i
OLAY WORSTED SUITS, for Mon,
Wliluli Ik guaranteed nil wool, fimt color, out and trlmiued
oxtiollunilv. Iltiy one, and If you eau inutoh It for lew) than
(7.S0, Die Mill In yourH for nothing
1013-1019 O St., Lincoln, Neb.
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