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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1889)
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SPECIAL SALE FOR THIRTY DAYS
LATEST STYLES Qfjl I 17 I J I I lj SPRING WEAR.
$ S 8 lO 12 15 $
1029 O STREET. ftflJ 1031 O STREET.
OUTFITTERS TO MANKIND.
HAVE OPENED A FIRST-CLASS
TEN CENT BARBER SHOP
In the Potvia Block, cor. 13 and 0. Special rates to students.
THE FINEST LINE OF
FABRICS FOIR, XjA.XDZCFS WEAR,
TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY IS SHOWN AT
T "NT TP.
l MILLER &c FIE
133-139 SOUTH I ITH STREET.
BOOTS AJSTJD SHOES.
Popular Styles at Popular Prices. 118 North Tenth Street
HARDY & PITCHER,
211-213 and 215 So..nth St.,
Palace Shaving and Bathing Parlors
Eclipses them all. Fn Line of Imported and domestic Cigars
always in Stock. With six bath rooms we are better prepared
to accommodate the public than ever before.
New Burr block. Corner Twelfth and O st.
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