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H. J. HALL & BRO.
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Capital National Bank,
CAPITAL, - $.'200,000
C. V. MOSIIEK, Picsidcnt.
II. J. WALSH, Vicc-Picsident.
R. C. OUTCALT, Cashier.
J. W. MAXWELL, Ass't Cashier,
W. W. HOI.MKS,
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I). U. THOMPSON
C. L YATUS,
R. C. PHILLIPS,
C. W. MOSIIP.R,
A. T S. STUART.
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED BANKS, HANKERS AND
Surgeon -:- Dentist.
Teeth Extracted Without Pain hy the New
Rooms 94, 95 and 96, Ilarr lH'k, Lincoln, Nkii.
MneIii-llnitti.ng; Mill Co.sOQcl8
ARfr ON SLE, WHOLESALE AND A'EA L AT THE WAREHOUSE OF THE
Robinson Mercantile G
Cor, 12th and P streets, Lincoln, Neb.
TO THE CUSTOMER; We offer you special value in home made goods, shirts and drawers, toP
shirts and cardigan jackets. We have still on hand a large lot of slightly damaged goods that we offer very
cheap. Call and see our goods before making your purchases: Romnson Mercantile Company
McBride hlock, corner 12th and P streets.
GEORGE L. ANDERSON, Proprietor.
EloincOIatlc Bread a Special I)'. Fancy and Plain Cakes and Breakfast Roils Delivered
Fresh Evcrj' ay. Special Prices to Students. Cor. 13tli and V Streets.
NEW ENGLAND 7
BUREAU OF EDUCATION,
Patrons who give us early notice of vacancies in their
schools, will secure from this office the record of carefully
selected candidates suited to the positions to he filled, for
any grade or school, or for school supervision.
No charge to school officers for services rendered.
Mr. Hiram Orcult:c have engaged Miss I. R. C ,
whom you sent to us as a candidate for assistant in our High
School. We afterwards heard from Misses M and K ,
two other candidates whom you recommended and both im
pressed us very favorably. We arc much obliged for your
promptness, and shall remember you in the future when we
need other teachers. M. L. TRYON,
Willimantic, Coitu., Sept. 1889. Chairman School Board.
Now is the Time to Ri:gisti:r for accidental vacancies
and for repeated openings of the new school year. Not a
week passes when we do not have calls for teachers, and
they come from every state and territory.
Forms and circulars sent free.
My Dear Dr. Orcutt: I wish once more to express my
high appreciation of the excellent aid you have rendered me
in obtaining the position at New Haven, Conn. salary,
$1500 which I desired. I am confident that no one could
have done more or better, and feel myself under great obli
gations to you. Please accept my thanks.
M. M. MARBLE.
Cambridge Mass., June 22, 1889.
HIRAM ORCUTT, Manager, 3 Somerset Street , Boston, Iff ass.
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