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About The Wealth makers of the world. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1894-1896 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1895)
Jnly 25, 1S95
THE WEALTH MAKERS.
parto a cent, on om-huniirtth mrt
01 a mine or oim oiiMliouniiIth part o!
a dollar. So alnt liana ct-nt in itminmeri.
tal and monetary relation been precisely
the same, and that, too, whether it con
tained one quantity or another of metal,
or was composed of one metal or of two
metals or of three metals. A cent ha
always been of the value of ten million
tenth of a dime or one one-hundredth
part of a dollar. The dime has alwavs
been of the value of 10 cents, 100 mi'llH
or one-tenth of a dollar. So has the
eagle always been of the value of $10 or
units, and whether it contained 211
grains of gold, as it did from 1792 to
1834, or only 2.'i2 grains from 1834 to
ASd7,or 232 1-5 grains from 1873 to the
Has the time ever been in the United
States when 100 eagles, newlv struck
from the mint, would not pay $1,000 ol
aeDif surely not. let 100 eagles coined
in ltiiH contain less cold than was con
tained in the ninety-four eagles coined
previous o tnat date.
As previously shown, by act of con-
gress, April 2, 1 1 U2, it was declared that
a dollar or unit should be a coin com'
posed of 371 grains of pure silver,
alloyed with 4',i grains of copper, or a
total weight of 416 grains.
By act of February 21, 1833, the policy
of discriminating in money matters, in
favor of the rich and against the poor,
or in large and small payments, was first
introduced; as also thesystem of putting
more "Hat and less commodity value in
to silver money in order to prevent the
operation of Gresham's law, which al
ways deporta or destroys the money
having the greatest or too great com
Previous to this act all monev of the
United Statesgold, silver and copper
units, multiples of units and fractions
had alike been full legal tender at their
respective face values, for all debts and
dues whatsoever, both public and pri
vate, as had also all fractional silver
coins been of corresponding full weight
of the dollar or unit. By this act all
fractional silver coins were made subsi
diary; that is, limited in legal tender
power to debts of $5 or less, and weight
reduced to half-dollars, 192 grains
standard metal; quarter-dollars, 96
grains; dimes, 34.8 grains, and half-dimes
By act of February 25, 1802, a paper
dollar or unit was created, and with two
"exceptions," given equal and full legal
tender power in payment of all debts,
public and private, same as given gold
and silver units.
By act of March 17, 1862, a limited
number of paper dollars or units. $ 60,.
000,000, were made full legal tender for
all debts and dues, no "exception," but
same as gold and silver.
By act of February 12, 1873, the silver
dollar or unit was discontinued or sus
pended coinage, and 25.8 grains of
standard gold was declared to be the
January 14, 1875, it was enacted by
congress that "all United States paper
dollars in excess of $300,000,000 should
be redeemed and destroyed."
February 28, 1878, itwasenacted that
silver dollars of the standard fineness
and weight of 412 grains troy, shall
again be coined at the rate of not less
than $2,000,000, nor more than $4,000
000 per month; which coins, together
with all silver dollars heretofore coined
by the United States of like weight and
fineness, shall be u legal tender at their
nominal value, for all debts and dues,
public and private, "except where other
wiseexpressly stipulated in thecontract.'
By act of May 31, 1878, it is declared
"That from and after the passage of this
act it sball not be lawful to retire or des
troy any more of the Uuited States legal
tender paper dollars, but they shall be
paid out and kept in circulation.
As exemplified by this partial history,
we again put the question, What is a
cent? What is a- dollar? And cannot
congress, at will, make them of anything?
Also, unmake them? John Jeffcoat.
liook Oat For Tram pa
Two tramps, socalled, traveling under
the names of King and Wilson, were in
the city Friday and Saturday of last
week. The former is a printer, the latter
a tin and coppersmith. These knights of
the road have been traveling together
for four months in Kansas, and are now
on their road to Iowa. To hear them
will convince you that they are not
bums, but honest men out of work. They
are not college bred, but you can readily
understand that their terse homely
sentences come from the knowledge
they have obtained on the road hunting
work. They are brainy, consistent and
King talks sound money, but does not
allow John Cleveland, Grover Rothschild
or Baron Sherman to give him the defi
nition of what is sound money. Healso
sings some songs that would not amuse
Wilson talks the need of organization
and takes up a collection. Friday night
he got 56 cents, Saturday night $1.21.
They know how tramps are made and
can tell it.
In four months they have met and
talked with 1,173 so-called tramps, 508
of whom were mechanics of all kinds,
522 day laborers, 9 lawyers, 5 ministers
of the gospel, 3 doctors, total 1,047;
leaving only 126 out of 1,173 (about
10 per cent) who are not looking for
All who attend the convention in Lin
coln are invited to pay a visit to David
Bradley & Co., establishment at 109
North Ninth street, and inspect their line
of wagons and buggies. The Schuttler
and Trumbull wagons are excelled by
none, and the prices are as low ns good
wagons can be sold. The Bradley bug
gies are handsome vehicles, and as good
as they appeur. Call and see them.
Two for the Defender.
New York, July 23. The second oi
the trial races between the Defender
and the Vigilant was held to-day. The
Defender won in 3:24:40 with the Vig
ilant away behind.
This is your busy season but you
should never let an opportunity go by to
get a subscriber or a club for The
After you have finished reading your
copy, hand it to a neighbor, ask him to
read it and then ask him to subscribe for
it. If you only get his name for three
months that will be a start and we will
guarantee to hold him. Make a little
sacrifice of your time and get us a large
club. You can do bo if you will.
Remember that the only way of educat
ing the people is through the press.
Help ns to spread the light.
A DASTARDLY DEED.
A Hall County Woman Clalma that Three
Mea Outraged and Tortured Herv
Siieltox, , Neb., July 23. Sheriff
Dean of Grand Island came up last
Dig'iit and arrested Samuel and Wil
liam llaug and Solomon Oswalt on
a complaint made by the county at
torney of Hall county charging them
with a most dastardly and atrocious
crime. The complaining witness is
Miss Emily Cateriin, who lives with
her brother on a farm about seven
miles northwest of this place. Miss
Caterlin's brother was absent from
home during Saturday night, and she
claims that she heard someone knock
at the door, and supposing it was
her brother returning, she got up to
admit him. As she opened the door
she says she was struck over the head
with a club and dragged into the yard
by three men. who outraged her; and
then she claims they held her and
forced a pointed stick about three
inches in length into her person.
As soon as they were gone she went
into the house and Kent her nephew, a
boy of ten, to her neighbor's. Medical
assistance was summoned and the stick
removed. The woman claims to have
recognized her assailants as the par
ties now under arrest, and complaint
has been filed against them. The
men charged with the crime are all
farmers, and are well connected. The
opinion prevails that they are not
CRAZY ON EICYCLES.
A Plattimoath Girl Watched Bicycles and
Plattsmouth, Neb., July 23. Miss
Lena Plaeger, a young lady aged nine
teen years, who has resided with her
parents in this city for some twelve
years, has become insane, and bicy
cles are apparently the cause of it.
Miss J'lager has been, wo king at a
farm house near this city and came in
with the family last Thursday, to at
tend the bicycle races here. Since
then she has talked of scarcely any
thing but bicycles and money. She
was placed in jail yesterday, and this
morning the insane commission pro--nounced
her crazy. Miss Plaeger is
not violent, and is able to recognize
her parents and friends. She will be
taken to the asylum at Lincoln in a
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Consular reports indicate a business
crisis in Central Europe.
Friends have raised the money to
lift the mortgage off the home of Kate
The coal mine owners of Virginia,
Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and
Georgia are to combine and advance
the price of their product twenty-five
per cent. -
Hit. Hayward Will Testify.
Chicago, July 23. Mrs. Susie Hay.
ward, who gave sensational testimony
Saturday against Dr. and Mrs. Hearne,
in connection with the Amos J. Still
well murder at Hannibal, Mo., declares
that she will appear before the grand
jury and testify whenever wanted.
On underwear, shirt waists, wrappers,
dress ginghams, lawns, challies and pon
gees at Fred Schmidt & Bros., 921 0 St.
The Sioux City and St. Paul Itoute
Is the Northwestern, the only one-line
route. No transfers. No delays. Morn
ing and afternoon trains to Sioux City.
Reduced round trip rates to St. Paul,
Duluth and other places. City office 117
So. 10th Street. tf
Joy at StambulofT's End.
St. Petebsbukg, July 23. The No
voe Vremya publishes a telegram re
ceived by Mme. Stambuloff from the
aged mother of Colonel Milareoff,
which says: "Mourn over the blood
thirsty murderer, who, while making
mjerry watching gypsies dancing- and
singing in the Monastery, sijrned the
.death warrant for mv son. God gave
me strength when I saw the murderer
swimming in his own blood to consol
myself. I send my curses to his rot
Four Men Instantly Killed.
WnxiAMSTOWN. Mass.. Julv 23.
Four men were instantlv killed whiln
crossing the Fitehbursr railroad track
about two miles from this place yes
terday afternoon. A party of six men
were riding in a two-seated, covered
carriage. They were returning to
JNorth Adams from Benning and were
struck by a west bound express.
An Outing and Health at Small
To ennhlfi all at small cost to escape
from the almost unbearable heat of the
ime, to be cured of rheumatism and
inrirerl disenHes. to recuperate from sick
ness, overwork, nervousness, and the
tourist to have a delightful time, the
Elkhorn Northwestern line will run ex
cursions to Hot Springs, S, D., July 19
and August 2d at very low rates, oet
information at city office, 117 So. 10th
St., or depot, Cor. 8th and S Sts. ?t4
The Wealth Makers from now until
November 1st for only 30c. Get up a
Scrofula a more common evil tlinn
peonle are aware is cured hv Aver'a
Sit down on the office hunter In the.
primaries and conventions. Trenton
Creamery and Dairy
Apparatus and Supplies.
BUTTER PACKAGES ot every kind. '
HAND SEPARATORS S!'
Every farmer having six or more milch oows should have one of these ma
chinesthe saving of butter alone in a single year will pay for iu For informa
tion, prices, etc., address
Creamery Package iW'f'g Co.,
Department K Kwnsiasi Olty, 3VXo.
HAVE YOU FIVE
OR MORE COWS?
If so s "Baby "Cream Separator will earn Its cost for
you every year. Wby continue an inferior system
another year at so great a loss f Dairying Is now the
only profitable feature of Agriculture. Properly con
ducted it always pays well, and must pay you. You
need a Separator, and you need the II EST, the
"Baby." All styles and rapacities. Prices, $75.00
upward. Send lor new 18U& Catalogue.
THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO.,
Branch Offices: General Offices:
ELGIN, ILL. 74 00RTLANDT ST.. NEW YORK.
Doble's Alnmtnnm CofffeeEeonoinUerf
PITS ANY COFFEE POT
Pre Trial XoKgg needed to mltie. Keep the pot I
c . . - - clean luuae.
Never nuts or
blackens. We guarinloe our
ViMnnmiu). t II till. U M Iwt (MP
The Coffee stronger and richer coffee,
Price wun i-s less. " aiiow
post en a jEih"?.?".rr.?l
factory can be returned and
we will refund the money.
ARTHUR L. DOB1B CO.
211 Wibwk AT,, Caloxo, III.
4. SI tl aiMasa tSlt aSSMSeSet MiMaMMMIMiMIMMlllliSJSI
IWcrld s Fair Highest Awards
ion our INCUBATOR and
i . CROODbR Combined.
V. Old Reliable"
If you r inieronM in I'outtry, It will
3 pay tou t wntl 4 cent- in stamps, for our
72 ptftv ofctavlnftie, Ktvfng lutbU polnti
?! on Poultry Culture). AtldreM
IfflH AND HAY FEVER REMEDY-
Sold under positive guaranty. Samples
MflUnCD'Q CTCCI wind
IllllUtll O Ul LLL MILL
Ha no tonal for
strength or lm-
E Hetty, Awarded
Mai and Dip
loma at World's
Fair. Alio Gal-
E. B. WINOBK.
DO YOU WANT IT?
Salesmen Wanted In every county, salary
or commission. No experience. New Tariff
Hill glres unlimited profits, active men ap
ply quickly statins; salary and territory
wanted. Manufacturers, f. O. Box 0308,
GRAY HAIR0" whiskers kss
Win I linill, B,tural color by nstM
TAN'S MEXICAN HAIK BESTOBATIVK.
It removes all dandruff; atops hair from falling
out and enraa all diseases of the scalD. It la
Dve. aad la warranted absolutely harm lea.
Money refunded If It does not do everything
claimed far H. Sent t any addreaa on receipt M
price. 11.00 per bottle. Fall Information free.
Agents wanted. ALLIEN CO., US Inter Oceal
Building. Chicago, Ul.
Sheriff Sale. '
Notice is hereby driven, that by vlrtne of an
)nier of sale isnued by the Clerk of the District
:ort of the Third Jndlcla! DlBtplct of Nebraxka.
within and for i-anensrer Comity, In an actio
wherein Everett Kinney is plaintiffr and John D.
Knivrht Ih defend nut I will, at 2 o'clock p. m , ot
lh27th day of Aiittiisl, A.D. 1x95, at the Eas
door of the Court House, in the City of Lincoln
Lancaster county, Nebraska, offer for sale a'
public auction the following described real estat
Lot six (0) In the southwest quarter (s.w. Vt) ol
section thirty -six (38), town ten (10,, range si
East, according to the recorded plat ol sill'
section, thirty -six (361. containing ten (101 acre
more or lens, in Lancaster county, Nebraska.
U ven under my hand this 22d day ol Jul;,
FRED A. MILLER, ,
Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of an ex
ecutlon Issued by the Clerk of the District Court
of the Third Judicial liistrict of Nebraska, with
in and for Lancaster County, In an action where
in Western Glass and Faint Company Is piatutlff.
and Theodore Kanr and Mrs, Sarah Kaar arede
fendants I will, at 2 o'clock p.m., on the 27th day
ot August A.I), 1895, at the East door of the
Court Honse, in the City of Lincoln, Lancaster
county, Nebraska, offer for sale at public auction
the following described real estate to-wit:
The north half of the southeast quarter of sec
tion thirty-three (S3), township nine (9), north,
range six (6), east in LancaHter county, Nebraska,
Hiven under my hand this 22d day of July A.D.
1895. FUED A. MILLER,
Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue ot at
execution Issued by the Clerk of thsDIstrlctCourt
ol the Third Judicial District of Nebraeka, with
in and for Lancaster County, In an action where
in the Columbia National Hank is Plaintiff, and
Theodore Kanr is defendant I will, at 2 o'clock
p.m , on the 27th day of August A.I), 1N95, at the
East door of the Court House, In the City of Lin
coln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, offer tor sale
at public auction the following described real
The norih half of the southeast quarter of sec
tion thirty-three (.13), township nine (9), nortl
range six (G), east, in Lancaster county. N
Hlven under my hand this !5d day of July A.D
IS9I. FHED A. MILI.lvlt,
Get up a club for The Wealth Makers.
Only 30c. from now until November let.
Bail and Steamship Ticket
For rail and steamship tickets at
lowest rates to any part of the world
call on A. S. Fielding, City Ticket Agent
Northwestern Line, 117 S. 10th St. 49 1,
HOMES IN THE SUNNY SOUTH.
No hot winds, billiard, nor crop failure. Na
tnral Clover, Timothy anil Blue tiraae. Fuel
cheap. Coal f 1 par ton at bank. Dry wood $1.54
per cord dellwred. All kinds of frnit that grow
in this latitude. Yon will And all thee advan
tages In the eountry adjacent Calhoun, Henry
county. Mo., 12 mile from Clinton, the county
seat; population 8,000. Located on the M. K. A
T. It. R. 79 miles southeast Kausae City. We
bav a list ot good farms for ale at from $10 to
30 per acre. Corn yields from SO to (0 pr acre,
lax from 8 to 18 per acre and other crope la
proportion. W will cheerfully give and Informs),
tlou required. Call oa or address,
Read. Estate A tents,
HOMES BY THE SEA-
l' Va" protected by Beau
tiful Islands. Game. Oysters and Kish in abun.
dance. Lemons, Oranges. Pineapples, and ali
sub-tropical Fruits and Flowers are grown to
perfection. Climate delightful, summer and
winter. Land fertile, high and dry. Astiook In
ET ORIDA comParatlvely unknown, that
1 wlillVrt offers tosettlersaud to winter
visitors advantages not found elsewhere. Seekers
alter health, pleasure or profit should read our
booklet, sent free, by TIIK Lfcl.UON 11AS"
LAN i CO., Grove City, Kla.
SEED CORN, $1.10 !
At State Fair I8!)4, my corn won 1st In State on
white, 2nd on yellow; Sweepstakee In Lau county.
MAVU Villi laln.Hn.l ..I . . '
, r. . . "u jears in suocesslou,
I will sell In lots of 6 bushels or over at $1 10 per
bushel either ArmytpAi,,,'. u-T..- .
low. Hacked F. O. B. care at Ureeuwood. Bend
J. M. ARMSTRONG, '
Home Grown Seeds.
$195 e . .
Bliys tfyis Piano
LAID DOWN AT TOUR DOOR.
Finished in ROSEWOOD. MAH08ANY,
or FANCY WALNUT.
Guaranteed for 5 Years
By the Oldest and Most Reliable Mnale Honee
in Nebraska, For particulare write
A. HOSPE, Jr., Omaha, Neb.
(Mention this paper.) ,
' 4)-' a
' Is DOW offerinc snecinl inrln Raman la f n
all parties wishing to study Bookkeep
ing, Mathematics, Shorthand, Type
writing, Penmanship, Latin, Trigenoine
try, Commercial and Railroad Telegra
phy. Special attention given to prepara
tory work for State University.
W. 8. LLEWELLYN, M.A.,
f rlnclpal Commercial Department.
Principal shorthand Department and Lec
turer on Commercial Law.
BERT E. BETTS,
Official Court Reporter.
8. If. TRUE,
Principal Telegraphy and Railroad Busi
J. 0- OLSON,
Principal Penmanship Department
N, 0. ABBOTT,
Latin, Trigonometry, etc.
Call or write for SDecial rnlea rhtriner
Lansing Theatre Building,
LINCOLN. - - NEBRASKA.
$75 a Month
and xpetiMt, Ltvir or
OeDt, 8uipls fr,
A permanent altnatloa
ruins (Mil. Writ today. Addr. P. O. Box tSOtt, BoatoB .
Rend fur a nuk.. nt th.
Famous and Precious
Remedy Pre. Dr. J
A. McGlLi, and i Hubbard Court, Chicago.
for your LJL
Any size yon want, 30
to Win. high. Tires t
to 8 in, wide hubs to
fit any axle. Havea
Cost many times in
a season to hare set
of low wheels to fit
yourwairon for hanlinc
(rara, fodder, manors,
bo a, o. No resetting of
tires. Catl'c free. Addraee
KHPIRE MFG. CO
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THE SUCCESS CULTIYATOR. '"Handle,
Worke Easy. Lock Lever. Beam Spring saes
hooktns; np. Special feature not In others,
Cheapest and best.
A. W. BUTT IMPLEMENT CO., ,
75 Knclld Ave., Np Incnold, Ohio.
Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters 2S& at aliaraggists.
UiniiiiiiuLO. iatUDUiCd, iiiiUuESd
and Illeyrle. aU rttry Prteva. WnrK Euaranteed and
rent saved, liur gootl rxrelvcd
rir. (inrinn m auinioi n illustrated I alalogue Is free to all
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mn i ne latest styles ana improvements and reduneil prices,
pages and Is
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Jt tre. Alllaturw
BOARDING, FEED AND SALE STABLES.
The Alliance Store,
Sells the Finest
uaati O X UkCMl .... .... .... .... .... .OO " "
Straight Patent .90 ..-
Cream Patent , .' 1,00
Finest High Patent 1.10 "
This is the best Flour that can be made. Equal to "Pillsbury's Best."
Five cans Sugar Corn for ................... $ ,25
Ten cans Peas .25
Ten lbs. best Rolled Oats. .............. . .V. .25
Five lbs. fine Rice . .." .25
Twenty lbs. fine Granulated Sugar . . . . . , . . ,v, .. 1.00
Twenty-eight lbs. Brown Sugar , . 1.00
Six lbs. Dried Peaches............ .25
Twine sold out
Butter and Eggs Bought at all times. Fruit Jars by
the dozen, cheap. 60c, 75c., and $1.00 in
One Dozen Cases.
1008 P St.
Make Your Own Cheese.
For one dollar C. E. Kittinger of Powell, South Dakota, will
end you ten rennets with complete instruction for making cheese
at home with such simple apparatus as everyone now has. No
other outlay than the dollar which will be refunded to you if you
fail. Three pounds of cheese in place of one pound of butter.
Which will bring the most in your market? x
LINCOLN NORMALc UNIVERSITY,
TTJDEHT'S OA BVTBX AT AWT TIMS. 0 EWTBAHCS BXAXIWATXOM.
The beet bnildlnge ud eqnipnientej. The ablest faonlty aad the moat aatig
faotory work. Common aenae oonreea of atadj. If 70a art a
teaoher yon will be Interested In the following i
TILL SEMESTER, 16 WEEKS. WHITES SEHESTtB, It WEEKS. iVUU IE SEHEITES, It WEEKS,
First Term, Second Term, Third Term, Fonrth Terra, Fifth Term, Sixth Term,
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Orthoepy. School mangt. Geography. Geography. History. History.
Arithmetic Arithmetic Arithmetic. Arithmetic. Bookkeeping, Word Analyeli
Grammar. Grammar. Grammar. Physiology. Physiology. Civil OoT'm't.
Mental Arlth. Penmanship. Heading. Vocal Mode. Drawing, Drawing,
'Debating. "Debating. 'Debating. - 'Debating. 'Debating. 'Debating.
Physical Cult. Physical Cult Physical Cult. Physical Cult. Physical Cult, Physical Cult,
Algebra. Algebra. Algebra. Plane Geom. Plane Geom. Solid Geom'try
fl.at. Lessons, tl.at. Lessons, fl.at. Lessons. 'Caesar. fCaesar, tCaeaar.
Khetortc, Rhetoric. Rhetoric. Physical Geog. Botany. Botany.
Gen'l History, Gen'l History. Gen'l History. Eng. History. Eng. History, Political Ecoa.
Prln. of Edn. School Mngt. Physics. Physics. Biology. Zeelogr.
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Literature. LiUratnr. 'Literature. 'Literature. 'Literature. laterature.
Once a week. fLatln ie optional In tble
Ton can get In addition to the above the
Business, Shorthand, Music, Band, Orchestra,
ren An course. .
It le cheaper to attend school here than It ie to
Tuition, Board, and Room for one term for....................,.................$ 24 00
Tuition, Board, and Room for one year for...... 123 DO
Write to us for catalogue and particulars. Addreee,
IIHCOIW HOBKAL UBIVERSITT,
BILL M. BELL. President. Sormal.
JOHN CAKR, Vice President.
Call at the College, Corner 11th A 0, or address.
Why Not Live in Lincoln?
I bare a well-improved eight-acre farm for sale three miles southeast from the
Postoffice. It is near two colleges and between them and the city, and is adapted
to fruit, garden, dairy or poultry raising. A good house, barn, plenty of water,
some timber and all conveniences. Here is the farm where you cau live near the
city and enjoy all its conveniences and have a farm large enough to make your own
living. I will sell for ? 1,000 less than it cost me one year ago on account of wish
ing to change my occupation. No mortgages. No trade. Address,
Box 583, Lincoln, Nebr.
3J rv V
he World's f 'Q
the hiitlimt awants at the
most rnmtiietn ratnlnvn vj.r twi,r1
au-rlac ., llM-taaaU, Obto.
iso arer attcntioh.
Te Windsor Stables.
W. A. REESE, Proprietor.
1024 It Street,
In the City . . ,
$ .60 per sack.
J. W. HUSSETTER.
All right f oa need CHEAP power. One eent
8er Horse if o wer per hour Is cheap, Weber
asollne Engines run mn j thing. "Eioaomy to
Power" It oar motto. For Cmttlognt and teetl
montefe mddnee Weber Oae Uaaolln. Engine
Co., 444 S. W. Bird, f ansae Citj, if.
Preparatory. Pedagogic. Scientific. Llternrr. massla.
Oratory, Telegraphy, Kindergarten, Fine Art, or
stay at home. In any of the regular courses we give
Mr. C. . Griffin, who Is well known to onr students as a teacher of
Mathematics for Are years at tbe Lincoln Business Colletre,unttlayear ago,
has airuin associated himself with ns. and will conduct a Summer School,
devoting his time to special Instruction In Arithmetic and other studies
tanght in the public schools. Tultilon, $1 per week.
Tbe tuition In tbe Business, Shorthand, and Penmanship is reduced for
the months of June, July and August to tie for ten weeks.
D. R. LILLIBRIDGE, Pres.
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