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(Continued from imko 3.)
Thoro is no other Bicycle as
No other Buggy made can be compared
with Iho ganutno:ss ' ' -
Billmeyer & Saddler
202-4 6 South I lth Street.
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tb5tt Entt- nlrrTl If dcil fnd it h wt wJkrfl Kr i tt OTrr rer rm4 tr I t
Pn OKDI'.K TO.n V If To d twt< h diMfptiUd tOctf'ti'1 vvunlf eat in fM with tdtr
WC riMVlkC DlOIOLtO m,l.JtIO. Ww.nt3E-XXDIUH.-fV-3E21V1
la erery town ta ttrrtynj Ht1rJ fuwd tir UtTfU lt jff Tlii var w c41t bli and ch f wvtk . i
(if t. U 3Brr XJ"fo of i 1 wblto fcfTiU K"ntf fcromr liberal prpoltlau W are fcnrnvrrjwfcr
Ue rrttUft Excitative Ulcjclc Uonclatb w?Umi rrfrrtiT rHWe rtfert any tut: or batmen h in
Qcaro. to a&r conntiT and V wi costm" titj-wTf
t. . MID CYCLE CO.. Chicstgo, III.
for graduates are fully expressed
by presenting a
Solid gold and sterling silver
in latest design.
Sold Upon Merit.
Largest Funtalo Pen
nanuUdurera in the World.
157 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Cottrel & Leonard
Albany. New YorSt.
MaVers of tbe
Caps, Gowns and Hoods
To tbe American Colleges and Uni
versities. Illustrated manual, samples,
prices, etc. upon request. Gowns for
tbe pulpit and tbe bencb.
Why Not Start
A Stamp Collection?
Call after May first. Albums with
200 stamps, 75c; albums with 300
F. R. FINNIGAN, 439 South 12th Street
TWO TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN
Lincoln and Auburn, Falls City. Atchison,
and Kansas City.
City Ticket Office, 1039 O St.
H. C Tovvnsend, G. P. & T. A.
F- D. Cornell, C. P. & T.A.
good as a
Iroquois Bicycles $IC J5
of isi fiBotu Iroauols Model 3 M n to
ulU,-4dtU5Jrfh J..(-lklrtklrr l !
IROQUOIS CYCLE WORKS FAILED :' '-..
t.r tOrrti thr4llir. With it fcc(l ill liMui-l
tfiir. fir nbt4ui cm rtf MOdO tO SCtl Ct SCO T a I
irti m -v ttitn. wchAivr ntUdJ t iHir 4 i jatt whit
'TVini ut i d oil th mnrtrlou otlVr of a Mnrl 8
IROQUOIS BICYCLE! SIC fcUeiwj U.i. Thh-i
nrCPDIDTflM " IroqM)l - JutApwtiikiint i.-vi
riTjrnyf iiwf iisjoiirtr)Mrf i r wtwjtvj (oit
Ukuumr iwi titliilldm-ri tn Sbihj l in tvkmk
hktr1hqlii arlhirrvr 14 in drcf, ftntt tncfcrlaixlenfttatl.tni tt
.r frtmt .1 an I ?4 m Lad in' 21 in lrt'ltrcTTi."ntr n
Ifcroath i.t. p Written CriaMtrr with cirrr bifid
:rtef ehTertx.yiitwhrtkr t ) rrtnU,ce4oran1
'STEVENS FAVORITE" J
22-inch barrel, weight 4 pounds.
Carefullv bored and tested. For
.23, .5 and 32 rim-fire cartridges.
No. 1 7.
1 Plain Open Sights, $6.00
Target Sights, $8.50
Ask your dealer for the ' FAVO
RITE. If he doesn't keep it ue
will send, prepaid, on receipt of
Send stamp for complete cata
logue showing our full line, with val
uable information regarding rifles
and ammunition in general.
J. STEVENS AEMS AND TOOL CQ.
. !'' P.O. Box 921
ailCOPEE FALLS, MASS.
GOOD PRINTING . .
is a paying investment and a
necessary adjunct to a suc
cessful business. On the con
trary, poor printing (and we
refer lo the kinJ the other
fellow docs) is dear at any
price, and is a standing re
flection both on the merchant
and lite printer. .Moral: leave
your orders with us. and you
will alwavs be satisfied, both
as to quality and price.
Hunter Printing Co.,
Print Anything lor Anybody.
ABT'm tirtng a tkvteh rl driAlon tuar
qujcklr Kitti, fr. wljt-tiier tui iurvulmu it
lrfjlutiir vnJf'UWe ltwwuulCMitm Mrlctlj
ev.'UIWf ulml. Oldmt mitttcj Jurrccunuje fiateui
ill Auivrica. We lime a Watiilnjcton tyiaee.
t'Mlfttti ttkeu tlinsuKb Jluuu A Cj itxxiru
(ecu! notion id tbe
U-aDtlfallr lllutrt4. I.ive.t dtrululon of
Sf,t."',,"0e kHimi' Wr. Irm UJJi a tear:
fLJwr tucrtdh. r-ptxtwn tmiiif utui llXSU
IUmju. os I'tiix-7 tout fr. AiMreti
MUNN & CO.,
JIUI lit'UMjUMitt, t York.
J L Stiibnk. Vtn
W O ItUbop. V.-Ii
Harry E. WIIkoo. Hue
"V C. 5tpbai. Tre
LINCOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE
Term begin April 21 and June 19.
Firtftulasn lntructlon in all bublneMi and
fcbortband Ktudlof. Write for eaUOKits ox call
at tbe office.
LINCOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE, ;
13th and P Street, Tel. 254. LincolnNeb
. . i i
j t It "Takes Down."
his daughter and his ducats, niter being-
judicially robbed of the rest of his
property and forced to accept u hntcd
religion In place of his ancestral faith,
is asked by the prosecutor, l'ortfn, If
lie Is contented, and he answers, "I
am coivtents" Perhaps he was, since
he hud1 not been robbed of Ills life, as
it seemed probable that nt one time
he would be; but he certainly was noli
Unrest is the law of progress. The
education which makes a mnii content
ed, or makes classes of people content
cd when they have not apprehended
the best- things is, in a degree, a fail
ure. Thut education alone is success
ful which awakens in man a noble
discontent with the undeveloped pres
ent, and an earnest longing for more
perfect attainments. Stir the soul or
the mind out of its lethargy and dis
content is inevitable.
If you are looking for general con
tentment that is satisfied' with tilings
as tihey are, do not look for it among
n ieop"le who have had free public edu
cnian for many years, for you will not
find it. And if ,ou are educating all
olasse freely, lit the hope that educa
tion will make the humble crosses con
tented to s-tav forexcr ns they nre.
while other people rise in irower and
influence and comfort, you nre sure to
be distipiMiiutcd. for education will
never make n eople contented..
Knowledge is ns disturbing and di
itiieting to day as it wns in the liar
den of Eden.
vAnd is not this ns it should h'.'
Ought not the larger vision to awaken
the nobler longings nml purjMiseV
ji lias neen the g.or of mu euutry.
and I hoK it may neer eeas-e to be.
that men here may rise by merit above
the suchil condition in which they
were born. Our education is not in
tended to make grades and classes of
society, from father to son, content
with the station in which it Ikis pleas
ed Providence to place them. On the
contrary it is intended to cpiickcn the
intellect and to stir the ambition of
ex cry child xvhich it reaches, so that
tlu-iv max be continued movement
from one grade of society to another.
eretiinl currents purifying ami en
enrizing Mciety, as the xxinds and the
xxnxc-M J.eep the might x oi'enu forvxer
in ncrijn. and so more equable in tcm
IK'nitre and purity.
Ou'f education is intended to teach
ali r.ien their rights and to awaken in
all men n doirc and :i determination
to secure their rights. In the effort
.o M-cure tbese rights. tJi people
1 xxiio are nut content, because they
haxe not yet attained to the lHt
Things Kssible. will be hnppx in their
xi-ry iliscoiiteiit. if only they are ad
vancing toxx-:irds the things xvhich they
desire. happy in the becking happy
in their sense of progress to be made
supremely happy some time and some
where, xvhen tliey shall have attained
to the highest and best.
You, ladies and gentlemen, are a
part of the people. Never think of
yourselves as jh.tnoiis above or apirx
from t-he Ktple. You have had oppor
tunities for education and devclojH
meiit. greater than iihki of the Kop.e
enjox. aiHl it is N)sMiite tltat yon nuiy
Ik- tlie letixen which i- to Ik hidden in
the iiibh until tlie xxlnde is Ieavenetl.
I ".nt the Jeaven iiiun Ik- hklden in the
nisiK if the mass it. to le lesixviicd. It
eaimot Ix kept by it-elf a souiething
too precious to nn xvitli xx-hnt it I.-
desi"nel to aiTeet. The elcx-xtion of a
jH-)ile must ahvath Ir the result of
!the elexution of indixiduHls. The more
iiulixiduals there are educated, the
more tbe muss will Ik- elevated. The
educated man and xioiihiii iim-t ttt'e.-pt
tJie liiinieii xvtileh inercnsed poxverlny.
ujn)ii them, ami Inwr it bravely fur the
good of nil. They innsi kuotx what is
truth and lie ready to i-onteMid for il.
The greaiejt thing in the xxorld i
loxe. and they iiium! hare larv inh
trre of this loxe iiiuler tJie influence f
xvhluli Uiey slndl work mightily for
tlie lifting up of the loxvly. and the en
lightenment of Uioc in dnrkiicK.
Have tbe "Evans" do your xx-ashing.
Sehmitiil's lunch room, -131 So. 11th
! Have the "Ux-anK" do your washing.
Go to Don' Cafe, South 11th. Open
Have the "Kx-anM do your xvafihing.
1 C. II. Itlggs, Dentist, 141 South 12th
, St., op. Keystone grocery.
Haxe the "Ex-anis" do your xvaidnng.
Lanieron'is Lunch Koom, 118 SouUi
Eleventh. Open day and night.
Dr L. I. Davi,deiitit. WaUhl'iitiiaiu
block, corner Klovcnth ami O fctreeL
Call and see our new stock of elec
tric fijcturcA Korameyer Plumbing fe
Dr. V.. J. Angle, practice limited to
Kkfa avid urinar disjafc, 1400 O at.
Uegular .ulscriljers, jubt Hke com
nioii iwojile, xvorc eharged 10 cenUt
each for copies of the Womnn's Eli
tlon. Thi accounts for the failure of
regular Mjlifccribe.ro to receive a copy
by mail. Hegiilar Niibhoritxrs, hoxx--ever,
xvho xvish to kw their file
complete anil at Uie game lime secure
the "bent magazine ever published at
the university" can do no by Minding
10 cents to The Xebrakani at Lincoln.
'Hiat numlKT xxill 1e innMeil ai, ontut
Hare tlie "Evan
Here the "Ex-ans"
do your wnslilng.
do your washing.
The Month of Roses
is welcomed at this store by a showing of summer
loveliness in dainty fabrics, in fashionable fads and
fancies and delicious delicacies. Such a showing as
only a large establishment can present and such
price quotations as only immense buying and selling
will permit. Everything to add to the comfort of
home and person during the warm summer season
and nothing but reliable merchandise anywhere.
WRiCHT, KAY & CO.
Send for Catalogue and Trice list- Special,
itetlgns on application
I40-M2 Woodward Ave . - DETROIT. WICH-
Students work a Specialty
1144 O ST.
Good Uarbera. Sew Furniture. Excellent Work
Choice Collection of Vacation
VIA THE BURLINGTON
Buffalo. New York, June 12; return limit June 17.
St. Louis, Mo., June 19 and 20; return limit June 24.
Detroit. Mich., July 3. 4 and 5; return limit July 15.
Richmond. Va.. July 10. 11 and 12; return limit July 31.
One fare (or the round trip plus $2.00 for the above excursions.
Los Alleles, Cal . N. E. A. meeting. June 25 to July 8; final limit
September 4. 1899; rate 552.
Inlormation regarding above excursions at the following offices:
CITY TICK8T OFFICE:
CORNER IOTH AND O STREETS
We have in stock a large line of books, suitable for graduating
pupils, in pretty bindings, and at popular prices. You can buy
some as low as 19c each and as high as $5.00. Write for in
formation respecting our Encyclopedia Brittanica Club. You
can get the complete set of 30 volumes, cloth delivered, carri
age paid, on the payment of $1.00, and monthly payments of
Music and Picture Dept.
All New Music at half the publisher's price. Send for catalogue
of 5c music, containing 4,000 pieces. During our May sale
xvc will make special prices on Pictures and Picture Frames.
of a tailor made shirt
is only known to those
who xx-ear them.
It's because they are
Cheaper, too, in the
14 loz. to order,
xvliite or colored
Harper's Shirt Factory '
Upstairs, 1013 O Street
ElPI have the only Shirt Factor
7TH ST. SeTWEM P AND Q.
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO., 12th and N streets.