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About Hesperian student / (Lincoln [Neb.]) 1872-1885 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1889)
A BEAUTIFULLY UPHOLSTERED RECLINING CHAIR
that is the very ombodimoiitofcaso and luxury; a friendly
gnmo of Whist, a choico volume from the well stocked library,
a promenade- from car to car (tho handsome vestibule exclud
ing all dust, smoke, rain or wind, and thus rendering 1 ho
promenado a delightful and no vol pastime). A sumptuous
meal that comes in tho nick of time, and "just strikes tho spot' Tho quiet en
joyment of a fragrant Havana in a charmingly decorated and gorgeous smok
ing apartment, and finally a peaceful sleep in a bod of snowy linen and downy
softness. Such is life on the "BURLINGTON" ROUTE. What other lino or
combination of lines can offer you thoso advantages? NOT ONE. Please re
membor this when next you travel.
My superior advantages onablo mo
to ticket to and from Europo at tho
lowest rates, and to secure desirablo
cabins in advance of sailings. Tho
generous patronago accorded mo by
prominent pcoplo of Omaha, Lincoln
and other Nebraska cities attest tha
popularity of this office.
Information of all kinds por
talning to Railroad or Ocean
Steamship Tiokots promptly an
swered. G. W. HOLDREGE, Gon'l Mgr.,
J. FRANCIS, G. P. and T. A.,
s- r JLy
and Ticket Agt,
Odell's Dining Parlors,
Montgomery's New Mock, 1119, 1121 and 1123 N street, Lincoln. Neb.
S. J. ODELL, Proprietor. MEALS 25c. $4.00 PER WEEK.
PEERLESS STEAM LAUNDRY.
327-329.331 NORTH 12TH STREET, TELEPHONE 199.
FINE LAUNDRY WORK A SPECIALTY.
A, T. LEMING & CO.
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
ARTISTIC PAPER HANGINGS, .MOULDINGS. WINDOW SHADES, FANCY GOODS, PHOTOGRAPH
AND ARTISTS MATERIALS.
I10 OhTltl RT. LINCOLN, - - NEBRASJKA.
The Place to Buy Y our Groceries is at
510 NORTH FOUR!
RTEENTII STREET denier in Staple and Fancy Groceries. Provisions and Flour constantly on hand.
Students' trade solicited. Goods delivered to any part of the city. Telephone 352.
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