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BP ik F? IC F S? I r A full and- complete stock of Ladies and Gents
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d A Fine Line of Ladies cmd Gents Spring Goo .s
EST Students especially Invited to call.
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AND A COMPLETE LINE OP
127 South i:icveiiili Street.
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On the Michigan Central one miiy travel
nnd live in comfort iih In one's chosen inn,
rcpoHlng by nichl in n sumptuous palace
sleeping car, with lavatories, drawing room
and smoking room, lrc!il;fni-t, (Hue and sup in
n luxurious dining car, where the accom
plished chef supplies nil the di'llcanles of tho
season nt a merely nominal charge, read tho
pnpcrfi, lounge, chat, and enjov die Meeting
vistas of varied scenery, and all the while go
speeding safely on nt the rate of llfly miles
an hour by day and by night. The transfor
malloiiH wrought by .illadln's lump wcro not
.Note but u few of its principal through car
arrangements. Do you wish to go from our
Garden City of tho lakes to Boston? You
may tnko n palace car at 8:40 p.m. and go
light through without change, making faster
time than by any other routo. Or you can
leave at 10:30 v.m. on the Detroit sleeper,
changing nt that city to tho new Detroit and
Boston ilnc, recently ndded; or take the new
Syructi lfccopcr at 8: 55 a.m. and nt that city
change to the parlor cur running through to
lloston without change. If to New York,
palace sli ping curs leave on tho Fast N. Y.
r.xpresH all: If) r.M. with dining cars serving
all meal through to New York, nnd at 10:40
p.m. nnd 10:30 p.m. : oragulu, take tho palace
sleeping carat 8:55 ah. for byracuso. and
there change to tho parlor cur for New York.
If husluei'B or pleasure takes you by the great
Canadian ecenlc route, tho Fast New York
Express has a palacn sleeping car running
through to Toronto, and connecting at Toronto
Junction with parlor cars for Montreal via
Ottawa, the capital of the Dominion. Other
palace sleeping and drawl g-room cars run
Irom Chicago to Grand Rapids. Muskegon,
Saginaw, Hay City, Detroit, Niagara Falls and
HutValo, running through on fast time without
All theso eastward lines to Buffalo, Syracuse
uostou aiiUNcw xorKrun via (Niagara rails,
i, Now York,
stopping at Falls View, on tho brink of the
Horse hoe Fall, v hero the fined views of tho
Falls are obtained; running over the steel,
double-track Cantilever Bridge In front of the
Falls, and connecting In union depots at Sus
pension Brldo and Buffalo with the great
tour-track Now York Central & Hudson Hirer
Itallroad. Truly the Michigan Central la not
only the ''Niagara FallB lloutc." and "Tho
Great Fast and West Highway," but also the
route that insures tho greatest degree of com
fort and safoty.
HUTGHINS & HYATT,
C1K1L lJTi WOOD.
Sawed and split wood a specialty,
kindling. Ofllce, 1040 O Street.
Corner O anil 17th.
Tho largest Collection of Green House plants
n tho State. Cut flowers, floral designs of all
descriptions, fancy baskets, etc., constantly on
hand. Tea and Tubo roses In bloom.
Stoves and Hardware !
Opposite I. ., East Side.
LINCOLN, - - - NEBRASKA
Can be found at the
GLASON & FLETCHER,
The Iluest line in the city
NO MORE I,ON3 SITTING!
18 MAKING FIIOTOGIIAI'IIS IN8TANTAN-
EOUdl.Y BY TUE DKY
Special Hates to Students !
l'.MJ South Eleventh
CALL AND GET OUR SPECIAL,
STU DENTS' RATES!
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Gel tlielr washing done at the
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Under
wear done up in first-class style.
Yee Lung, Proprietor, No. 217,