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Wycoff's Candy P-fore and Ice Cream Parlors are at 139 goxHh lltligt
Can bo found tit
Clason & Fletcher's.
'1 lie iliusxt line In tltu city
CALL AND GET OUR SPECIAL
. B. Herrick.
1 121 O Street
And such in full line.
$3T FIRST CLASS HOARD. ..gaT
WAV AND NKAT.
No. 237 South Eleventh Street. Four
Dollars per week;. single meals
N. E. NUTTING, Prop.
Gel their wiiNliin done at Hie
Ladies' arid Gentlemen's Under
wear done tip in first-class style.
Yee Lung, Proprietor, No. 217,
Stoves & Hardzvare.
OppoMitc O., East Side.
LINCOLN, - - - NEBRASKA
. Sh B $ S.
Joint prayer mootlnas In room No. 5 ovory
Wednesday evening beginning ot 7:45 and
closing at 8:80, Ail students aro earnestly
Invltod to attcud.
Mary Campbell Pros. Y. W. 0. A.
W..S.Perrln, Pres. Y. M. 0. A.
Knotts & Seitz,
Teas and Cofl'ics a specialty.
1315 O STREET.
Chinese Laundry '
Joe W. Fomi
Laundry, No IIS North 12th
All Work done in Firet- Class Style 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 Rooms 5 and 6, over Hart v's Drug
Store. Residence 1320 G Street.
it. . I'rilJI'JBi .11. .,
Ofllco 1125 N Street.
A. C. INGRAM,
WALL PAPR, PAINTS, WIN
DOW GLASS, Etc,
Painting and Artistic Dec
Done on short notice at low prices. 12.14 O St
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Highest price paid for second-band goods.
' 115 South Tenth.
ALL THE BOYS
To I'.U' Old Reliable
I'or the host CnudlcB In tho City, 142 S.12lh.
HUTCHINS & HYATT,
COAL AND WOOD.
Sawed and split wood a specialty. Pine
I kindling. Oflko, 1010 O Street.
Couni-r Pkaikik Avknuk An 26th St
MEDICAL DEAARTMENT OF THE
NORTH WESTERN UNIVERSITY.
session ok 1886-7.
N. S. Davis, M. D., L. L. D., Dean.
TI10 twenty-ninth Annual Courso of In
struction will begin tho Inst wcok In Scptom
her 188(1 and closo In March 1887. Tho courso
of Instruction is graded, students being di
vided Into first, second and third year classes.
Quallllcatlons for admission are ollher a do
grcoof A. 11.. accrtlllcntoof u rcputablo ac
ndomy, a teacher's certltlcntc, or a prelimin
The mutbod of instruction Is conspicuously
practical, anil id applied In tho wards of tho
Merer, St' Luke's and MIchnol Hcoo Hos
pitals dally at tho bedside of tho sick, and in
tho South side dispensary attrchedto tho Col
lego, whero from nine to ten thousand pa
tients aro annually t rented. Fees: Matrlcn
lation.SS- Lectures, first and second years,
cacli 7S. Demonstrator Including material
$10. 1 uboratory $5, Ilronkiigo (returnable)
S5. Hospitals: Morcy gti. St. l.ukoV S5
lor second and third year students. Finol
For further information or announce
Walter Hay, M. D., L. L. D., Sec'y,
243 State St., Chicago, 111.,
You aro allowed a free trial of thtrtu Tai of tho
U80 of Dr. Dyo's Celebrated Vottolo Bolt with
Klectrlo suspensory Appliances for tho speedy
"'"of and permanent euro of NtnvusDeMUtu.ioM
of Vitality and Manhood, and all kindred troubles.
Also for many othor dlsonses. Complete roMora.
tlon to nnlth, Vlfjor and Manhood Kuaranteed,
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tnvtlojie mailed free, by addrceslntr
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