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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1888)
7 HE II h irEKTJN
Holbrbok & Bonbright,
Books and Stationery, Wall Paper, and School Supplies
New Line Holiday Goods just received. Full Line lovolPs Libraries always on Hand. Call and sec us.
234 South Eleventh Street, Lincoln, Neb.
GEORGE H. POEHLER,
POPULAR BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, HAS AGAIN OPENED HIS HANDSOME OYSTER PARLORS
FOR THE SEASON.
Shall always endeavor to give satisfactory terms to the students and hope to .Ce them enjoy as many
pita ant Hut in Poehter plare of business in the future as they have m the past.
GEO. H. POEHLER, 1132 O St.
Druggist; College Text & Medical Books.
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF
127 SOUTH ELEVENTH STREET.
Curtice & Thiers,
JSlL LJ SIC I iri 1 A 1 1 H ! t-V.r-s
Weber, Haines Bros, and Pease Pianos.
-wzecitin-ie & holmes oiKGhA-isrs.
Wareroovis, 114 South Tioelth Street. Opposite Opera House, LINCOLN, ATEB.
J. L. HODGMAN, D. D. S.
(iekhuimhwim mud. tsntEsnr.)
ROOMS 24, 25, and 26, BURR BLOCK. 2d. FLOOR.
TAKft ELEVATOR ON O STREET,
LINCOLN, - NEBRASKA.
WRIGHT & IRVING.
(Successors to Wright & Berger.)
Boots and Shoes,
1026 P street.
SPECIAL BARGAINS TO STUDENTS.
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