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Wycoff's Candy Ptore, srd Ice Creem Parlors are at 139 gonth 11th. St
-: Holiday Goods:-
Can bo found at
Clason & Fletcher's.
Tho finest lino in tho city
CALL AND GET OUR SPECIAL
1I21 O Street
And such in full line.
FIRST CLASS BOARD. jg
NEW AND NEAT.
No. 237 South Eleventh Strccl. Four
.Dollars per week; single mcnls
N. E. NUTTING, Prop.
Got their washing done at the
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Under
wear done up in first-class style.
Ycq Lung, Proprietor, No. 217,
Stoves & Hardware.
Opposite P. ., East Side.
LINCOLN, - - - NEBRASKA
Knotts & Seitz,
Tens and Coffics a specialty.
13 1 5 O STREET.
. Chinese Laundry
Joe W". Foni?
Laundry, No IIS North 12th
All Work done in Firet-Class Siyle on
called for or delivered.
W. C. ROHDE,
Dealer and Jobber in
113 South Tenth St.,
LINCOLN, -- NEBRASKA.
J. R. HAGGARD, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Ofllcc Pooms 5 and 0, over Harl y's Drug
btoro. Residence 1320 G Street.
Omco 1125 N Street.
S. 4, e f . m. . &
Joint prayer mootlngs In room No, 5 every
Wednesday evening beginning at 7:45 and
closing at 8:30. Ail studonts aro earnestly
lmTlteOtoattond. . ,. , .
Mary Oampboll Pros. T. W. 0. A.
W. S.Pcrrln, Pros. Y. M. 0. A.
A. C. INGRAM,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS, WIN
DOW GLASS, Etc.
Painting and Artistic Dec
Dono on short notice at low prices. 1434 O Si
ALL THE BOYS
To the Old Rclliiblo
For tho host Candles In tho City, 142 S.12th.
HUTCHINS & HYATT,
COAL AND WOOD.
LNAGAN B ros.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Highest price paid for second-hand goods.
115 South Tenth.
Sawed and split wood a specialty. Pine
kindling. Oillco, 1040 O Street.
Corner Prairie Avenue And 26tu St
MEDICAL DEAARTMENT OF THE
NORTH WESTERN UNIVERSITY.
SESSION OK 1886-7.
N. S. Davis, M. D., L. L. D., Dean.
Tho twouty-nluth Annual Course of In
struction will begin tho last week In Scptoai
her 1880 and close In March 1887. Tho course
of instruction Is graded, studonts hotng di
vided Into first, second and third year classes.
Qualifications for admission aro either a do
groo of A. B., accrtlflcatoof a reputable- uc
udemy, a teacher's certificate, or a prelimin
Tho method of instruction Is conspicuously
practical, and la applied In tho wards of tho
Mercy, St' Lnko's and MIchaol llcoso Hos
pitals daily at tho bodsldc of tho sick, and In
tho South tildo dispensary attrchodto tho Col
lege whore from nine to ten thousand pa
tients are annually trca;cd. Fees: Matrlcti
1 at ion. $5. Lectures, first and second years,
each $75. Demonstrator including matcrlut
310. Laboratory $5, Breakage (returnable)
$5. Hospitals: Mercy $0. St. Luke's $5.,
for second and third year students. Final
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