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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1899)
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The dainty fabrics, rich and airy colorings and exquisite designs displayed in
our wash goods section cannot be properly described, people must see them to
appreciate them and they must inspect the quality and learn the price before
they can fully realize what an amount of money our shrewd and careful buying
With New York patterns and our own creations our showing surpasses anything
we have ever attempted before, every hat in the house has that tone of richness,
that stamp of style found only in the highest grade goods. The only insignifi
cant thing about our millinery is the price.
HERPOLJIIEmER & CO.
Through Tourist Sleepers to the Northwest.
Thu Burlington Houte 1ms established a twlee-n-weclt
car lino from Kansas Cltv and Lincoln to Hutte.
Spokane, Tacomn anil Soattlc
Cars lea w Kansas City and Lincoln everv Tues
day and Thursday, arriving at Seattle tallowing Fri
day and Sunday. They arc upholstered in rattan.
The bud linen and furnishings aru clean and or good
quality. The hunting, ventilating iind toilet arrange
monts are all that can be desired and each car is in
charge of a uniformed I'ullirnn portor, whose sole duty
Is to attend to the wants of passengers.
Cars run through without change of any Mini ami
tho lH-rth rate from Lincoln to Tacoma or Seattle is
only J.V01). To intermediate point it is proportion
Montana and the l'uget Sound country aro now
enjoying a jKirlod of unexampled prosperity. As a
consoquonee. travel to tho N'orthwest Is rapidly attain
ing largo proportions. As a consequence, travel to tho
Northwest Is rapidly attaining large proportions
'ihis new tourist-oar lino has been established witli a
vlow of wring for the Burlington's share of It it( the
best possiblo manner.
For lorths. tickets and full information apply at
11. & M. depot or city ticket onlco, cor. 10th and O Sts.
G. W. BCNNELL,
C. P. and T. A., Lincoln. Neb.
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r COLLEGE men everywhere am invited to send for the Wp-hburn Souvenir Catalog.
, It contains nearly coo portraits of artists and colleiana, becldca n'vl Tf J"o r.ccount
V of the construction cf Washburn in;tr -mc-ts c tl n corr;-letc It-1
First-class tnu&lc dealers the world ovor sell Washburn
obtained from the makers
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LYON & HEALY, CHICAGO.
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The University of Minnesota,
College of Medicine and Surgery
ANNUAL SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER 20th.
Course of study, four years; first two years devoted to laboratory studies; the last two years mainly
to clinical brandies. Clinical material derived from the hospitals and dispensaries of tho two
cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
DR. PARKS RITCHIE, Dean,
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn,
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