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January 23, 1896.
THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT
Took Meiklt'john, Mercer & Co., got
badly taken in by the U. P. lawyer
in the Senate. Jle got tbem all, to vote
for bond, and then as soon as ha receiv
ed word of the great anti-bond meeting
held in Lincoln at Bohannans hall, he
ran out and told Annin to telegraph to
Nebraska that he was opposed to all
The republicans declare that Sutro,
the populist mayor of San Fancisco is
engaged in an unholy war on an infant
industry because he is fighting the rail
Senator Allison has been re-elected U.
S. senator from Iowa.
On Tuesday a republican governor was
inaugurated in New Jersey, the first in
Congressman George L. Wellington,
republican, will succeed U. S. Senator
Gibson; democrat, of Maryland.
Isaac Lansing, ex-republican county
judge, is said to be short in his official
accounts a large sum. The county com
missioners will investigate.
The county commissioners of Douglas
county will meet representatives of the
Bicycle clubs of Omaha on February 5
to discuss the improvement of Douglas
Prof. 0. V. Stout, U. S. geological sur
veyor, is making some experiments con
cerning the underground water supply
near Keurney, to determine its value for
At El Paso, Texas, Ex-Congressman
W. J. Bryan spoke on bimetallism. He
created such enthusiasm that the citi
zens of 1 Paso have persuaded him to
speak at the same place Saturday night.
The D. S. Government has ordered
$50,000 worth of first class shells from
the Midvale steel company; and has given
a large order for lower class shells to the
Brooklyn Projectile Co.
James C. Ish, charged with the murder
of Win. H. Chappie, in Omaha, has asked
permission of the court to withdraw his
plea of not guilty and instead plead
guilty of manslaughter. Judge Fawcett
granted the request.
Thomas Brown, a restaurant keeper
in Lincoln, was fined $ 25 and costs in
Justice Spencer's court because one of
his employes refused the same privileges
to John Early, colored, that he granted
to members of the Caucassian race.
The republican caucus at Salt Lake
City, Utah, decided upon Frank J. Can -lion
aud Arthur Brown. On joint ballot
they were both elected U. S. senators.
Both are active freesilver men. The new
senators leave for Washington at once.
Secretary Olney has called upon the
American minister at Constantinople for
the exact decision of the Turkish govern
ment concerning the admission of the
Red Cross soeiety into Armenia for the
distribution of relief. This is as it should
.be. The United States must look after
the interests of its citizens in all parts of
The legislature of South Carolina has
passed an anti-lyncliitig bill which pro
vides that in cases of lynching where
death ensues the county where the lynch
ing takes place shall be liable to exem
plary damages in a sum not less thun
$2,000 to be recovered by the legal rt'
resentativesof the person lynched, in any
court of competent jurisdiction.
The Spanish government has recalled
General Campos from his command of
the Spanish troops in Cuba. General
Valeriano Weyler has been appointed
Captain General in his place. Rome other
changes were made necessary, as several
of General Campos' aides resigned and
went with him. The present indications
are that the Cuban insurgents will be
The St. Louis Republic sent out the
following inquiry to the governor of
each state in the union: " Would yon re
gard the purchase of Cuba by England
an occasion for the assertion of the Mon
roe doctrine?" All that have replied
were in favor of the Monroe doctrine and
fn favor of asserting it should England
attempt to purchase Cuba from Spain
and send soldiers to put down the in
surrection. Seventy-five cents will buy fl.OO worth
of shoes at the Foot Form Store, 1213
Last Saturday, Jule Schoenheit, of the
Governor's office, delivered a lecture be
fore the Shubert High School Lecture
Association on the growth and develop
ment of the United States during the
present century. The local paper of that
place, The Citizen, gave him the following
complimentary notice. "The large audi
ence who heard Mr. Schoenheit's address
pronounce it as being all that eould be
expected from any one, and by his excell
ence of oratory and evidences of deep re
search, and thought, held his audience
enraptured from beginning to close."
Mr. Schoenheit contributes an article to
the Independent this week under the
title of "Victor Hugo, Populist." It will
be found in unother column and deserves
careful reading. v
Send us 15 cents and we will send you
a copy of Coins Financial School.
The officers of Kane post G. A. R. and
officers of the Women's Relief Corps, were
installed at Raymond on Saturday, the
18th. Past Commander W. J. Weller,
installed the officers of Kane post, and
Past Commander I. N. Leonard the offi
cers of the Relief Corps. Mr. F. A. Mar
kle is the newly elected president of Kane
post, and Mrs. John L. llermance, presi
dent of the Relief Corps. A puolie din
ner was served, the proceeds going to
depleted treasuries. A general good time
was had, greatly enjoyed by all.
We would call attention to the "ad"
in this issue of J. V. Wolfe and Son of
their great winter brood sow sale. It is
unnecessary to speak of the merits of
this herd as it is well known, not only
in this state but over many states. Re
member the date Jauuary 30 and don't
Now is the time to bny Shoes, The
Foot Form Store 1213 0 Street. Are
having their 25 per cent discount Sale.
4 WHAT POP EDITORS SY.
The small bankers are commencing to
express the fear that the large bankers
will swallow them. That process will
soon be in order if it has not already com
menced. Brockton Diamond.
Another candidate for congressional
honors in the Third has bobbed up ia
the person of Ross Hammond of the
Fremont Tribune. Nebraska may occa
sionally be a little short on crops, but it
is always long on politicians. Madison
Of all the trumped np lies used by the
monometalists to prevent the adoption
of bimetalism, none is more gratuitous
than the statement that the increase of
the issue of checks and drafts is reducing
the demand for money. Utah Demo
crat. The New York banks fell back again on
their flat money clearing house certifi
cates a week or two ago when the Chaw
ley Bawstons were Helling' their Ameri
can securities, and the gold gamblers and
stock manipulators were nearly scared
out of their English trousers, you know.
Farmer and Miner.
Uncle Tobias Castor is said to be out
now spotting democrats who have been
favored with good offices at the hands of
Mr. Cleveland, and who have ceased to
worship the golden image. Their official
heads are apt to be chopped off if they
refuse to acknowledge allegieuce to the
gold man. The Enterprise.
We saw a poor fellow without overcoat
and with chattering teeth, carrying in
the middle of the street on a bitter, cold
day a pole with a placard thereon read
ing, "Please blanket you horses." "The
Humane Society." The placard was all
right, but the "humane society" will
please blanket its men in cold weather.
Silver Knight. ;
Chas. Berg, Sr., who resided in Da wes
county, nine miles southwest of Hay
Springs, committed suicide last Tuesday
morning. We are informed that the old
man had a mortgage on his farm, and
that he worried over this until the condi
tion of his mind reached the point of tak
ing his own life. Uushville Standard.
The national debt is becoming larger
each year, states are becoming deeper
involved, municipalities are being bonded
for all the law will permit and individual
indebtedness increases in the same ratio.
Ail this transpires after thirty years of
peace and pronouncKl prosperity. Aud
j"et there are people who duiin our laws
are just and equitable. Mindeu Courier.
Charge another suicide up against the
villains who enacted taws in America by
which the few steal the legitimate reward
of labor. Henry Kniffer, a fanner thirty-five
years old. living near Mindeu, was
in arrears for rent, and the filing of a
landlord's writ of attachment was the
last straw, and Kniffer hung himself in
the barn. Iowa Searchlight.
The rash act of self-destruction by one
of our most respected, honest, and hard
working farmers because he was unable
to see any way out to pay his debts,
brings closer home to us the realization
of what the condition of the majority of
the American people is at this time.
Thev are under a burden of debt that
eight out of ten men will never be able
to lilt under present financial conditions
Another mark of "returning pros
perity" is developed in the report of a
Chicago coal dealer, who had to apply
to the police to keep the people from
stealing the coal from his wagons while
delivering it about the city. Several
thousand people in Chicago are without
coal and food; without the money to
buy it, and without the work to earn
the money, and so they are compelled
to beg or steal. American Tramp.
Henry Bolin, ex-treasurer of Omaha,
has been found to be aboutl.'5",000
short in his funds. In other words he
stole "$135,000 of the public money en
trusted to his care, for which he was paid
a salary to keep and in due time turn
over to his successor. He is a 'republican
aud dollars to doughnuts little or noth
ing will be said about it by ourold party
contemporaries. Further, he will not be
proieeuted for his crime. Schuyler Quill.
Ringmaster of the great demo-republican
circus and combined congress of
political acrobats and contortionists
now play a star engagement in Washing
ton City: "Ladies and gentlemen 1 now
have the pleasuati of introducing the
world-renowned Sena-Quadruple Flop
ova Mills, the only high and lofty
tuinblah who perfoms the wondaful feat
of turniug two complete political snm
mersoults befoah touching the ground.
The Wkalth.makeiis aud Lincoln In
dependent huve been consolidated and
will be run under the name of Thb Nk
bhaska Independent, with Alr.T. H. Tib
bies as editor and Frank I). Eager busi
ness manager. Mr. Tibbies has lately
taken the position as editor of the Inde
pendent, tt.n-iA giving the people of the
state a first class populist paper bold,
independent, and aggressive and de
serves their patronage. We wish it the
success it justly merits. Jefferson County
Prominent members of the reform par
ties are in accord with the reform news
papers in advocacy of union without
further delay. Among these are two
United States senators; the former pres
ident of the farmers' alliance; prominent
silverites; the head of the Knights of
Labor; J. B. Weaver, ex-Gov. St. John,
and numerous others. A. F. Wolfenbar
ger, the lender of the prohibition party
in Nebraska, says: "I am heartily in
fnvorof Niich union." Ignatius Donnelly,
J. A. Wayland, and A. Rozelle have,
through their papers, advocated union.
Bonds is the all absorbing element
which is bound to consume the wealth of
the nation, or at least transfer it from
its rightful owner, the people, to a few
already wealthy nabobs who neither
create'wealth nor in any sense add to
the material, moral or social prosperity
of the country. And when it is proposed
by congress to vote more bonds upon
the people to meet an exigency created
for the sole purpose of iHrm tuating a
system of bondage, we say that national
bankruptcy and repudiation are to be
preferred. Independence Citizen.
Some things are incomprehensibly in
telligible to ordinary men. Here is one.
Cleveland, et. al., say U. S. treasure is
hard np. We believe it because ours is.
The republicans, to remedy the craving
for Bpoondulix, propose levying a little
duty, or tax, on imports. Fwhewl Listen
to the clamor: 'O, dou't, don't, don'tl
The vaults are jammed full of moneyl"
That looks inconsistant, but is bo only
to muffs, like us. It forces us sappies to
the conclusion that what congress was
expected to do was not to provide stuff!
for the hopper but authorize Bonds
Debts! Bouds! Palmyra Items.
75 cents will buy $1.00 worth of Shoes
at The Foot Form Store, 1213 0 Street.
THE WAR SONG OF THE PATRIOTS
From northern pine to Texas line.
One host from Bea to sea, '
We fight in the fight (or the people's right,
In the fight, for liberty!
Chorus: March on) March on)
One host from sea to sea.
To lend to the right the arm ol might,
March on to victory! '
We battle no embnst.loned foe
To win rent rights away,
Our rights we gave, a willing slave.
We claim them back tbduy.
We have cohelp ot hoarded gold,
Mo power of purchased laws,
Onr stay aud stand, our love for onr land,
Oar power, the people's cause!
No arms we wield of murderous fray,
Our arms the right of speech,
The ballot's free-cast potency.
The pondered will of each.
We seek no prlie of stolen spoil,
We ask that at each door
Smile bounteous new prosperity.
The passing of the poor.
Away the few. The many come, '
Let honest right prevail.
"King out the old, ring In the new,"
Let not our free land fail!
Ont with the greed of gold-won rank.
With us it has no place.
Back to the prime equality,
Columbia's pristine days!
Ring out the old, ring In the new,
Until our nation stand
Ouce more, the light of the people's right,
America, our lanrl!
Choiu'h: Mnrch en! March on!
One host from Sfii to sea.
To lend to the right the arm of might,
March ou lo vietorj !
The Foot Form Store at 1213 0 street,
are having their 25 per cent discount
sale. You can save money by buying
your shoes now. Remember the Foot
Form Store 1213 0 street.
THE BURSTING OF A GLACIER
A Frightful Disaster Near the Gemml
A correspondent, writing to the Lon
don Globe, from Zurich, on Nov. 13,
says: "At daybreak on Wednesday a
frightful disaster took place at a dis
tance of four miles from Kanderstag,
on the. Gemmi pass. A huge mass of
Ice, measuring 1,250,000 cubic meters,
detached from the Altels glacier and
was precipitated into the valley. Such
was the impetua of the might avalanche
that it was not checked in the valley,
but dashed up the opposite side, which
has a slope of 45 degrees, to a height
of 13,000 feet, carrying everything be
fore it until it met a wall of rock which
sent the main mass surging back.
"At the foot of this rock lies, or rather
lay, the Spitalmatte, an exceedingly
beautiful and rich mountain pasture,
with chalets for the cowherds, for stor
ing cheeses, etc. At the time of the dis
aster there were collected there 150
head of valuable cattle, under the care
of four cowherds. There were also two
officials from Leuk, who had come up to
arrange about bringing down the cat
tle, which event has always taken place
on Nov. 15. All have been over
whelmed. Of the animals, only three
have escaped. The loss in the live
stock, the ownership of which was par
titioned among about thirty families,
mostly quite poor, belonging to the vil
lage of Leuk, is estimated at 100,000
francs. The pasture itself, which for
years will now be useless, strewn as it
is with debris, is valued at 400,000
francs. The bodies of the two officials
and of two of the cowherds have been
recovered, but in a horribly mutilated
condition. It seems that the disastei
overtook them while sleeping in theii
huts. The other two men, whose bod
ies have not yet been found, are sup
posed to have been up early for the pur
pose of milking the cows. The blocks
of fallen ice and rocks cover a space
of two square miles to a depth of many
yards, the whole scene being one of in
describable desolation. Besides the
trees which were in the track of the
avalanche, great numbers have been
uprooted by the wind which it pro
duced. Many of the cattle, too, lie
about in such positions that they must
have been hurled great distancej
through the air by the same force. Men
are hard at work trying to make some
sort of footpath over the debris, the
ordinary road being, of course, com
pletely obliterated. From old records
in Leuk it appears that a similar catas
trophe occurred at the same spot In
1782, also only two days before the date
fixed for the return of the cattle to the
This paper and the Silver
Knight both lor one year lor
$1.15. See our clubbing list lr
rates with other papers.
An Absurd Suggestion.
First Messenger Boy (susplolouslv
Say, how'd you get so out of breath'
You ain't been running, have yer?
Second Messenger Boy Naw!1 What
d'yer take me for? Took a message ti
an old maid Just now, an she give m
a quarter extra for hurryin'. That't
what took my breath away.--Somervil
DID KXCKEDIXGLY WELL
(Continued trom 1st page.)
other members of the executive commit
tee, iu its conduct of the people's party
business as its representatives, and urge
and advise Hipulists throughout the
nation to immediately line up to the sup
port of the executive committee with
liberal contributions to sustain its work
in the comingcampaign.
Whereas, The proposition submitted
by the various cities for the People's
Party national convention have not
been formulated iu such manner as to
fully guarantee and protect the rights of
the committee in the premises; therefore,
Resolved, That the question of the se
lection of a place for holding the conven
tion be referred to the executive com
mittee with power to act, and that such
committee be directed to name the place
within ten days.
VOTES AJTD INCIDENTS.
Gen. Weaver was present and as full o!
fight as he was twenty years ago.
McDowell Buys that the democratic
party is practically dead in Tennessee,
But few delegates were present from
the Pacific coast, but they all sent
Mr. Maret was taken seriously ill and
had to leave Friday night. He went to
his father's home at Lothrop, Mo.
Tom Patterson, of the Deuver Daily
News, was on hand. He thinks that
Colorado is solid populist from this on.
Every pop present seemed to be in the
highest spirits. From' every state they
report men coming over to the party in
There is one woman on the national
committee. It is Mrs. Annie L. Diggs,
from the District of Columbia. She is at
present one of the writers on the Silver
Senator Butler said he was in favor of
anything that could be honestly done
that would increase the vote of the
Some of the old standard bearers were
not present some are dead, and some.
especially among the farmers, couldn't
buy enough money with ten cent corn to
Mr. J. A. Edgerton received a telegram
Friday that his brother, who was re
cently injured in a railroad accident, was
in a dying condition, and left that night
for Cincinnati, lie had put in some ef
fective work before he left. His plan for
a basis of repaesentation was adopted
by the committee.
Gen. Weaver thought Cleveland and
the senate are an exegesis of that pas
sage of scripture which says: "lie will
cause the wrath of man to praise him
and the retmiinder he will restrain." The
wrath of Cleveland ndds votes to the
populist party every day, and the senate
holds him down so lie can do no harm.
The populist convention will be held at
St Louis in the hall which the citizens
are preparing for the Republican conven.
tion. It will seat trom 12.UUU to 15,000
people. After February 1st the popu
lists will have headquarters open at
Washington end ht. Louis, with Secre
tary J. H. Turner In charge at Washing
ton and Chairman II. E. Taubeneck at
A little black-bearded man, who ar
rived . this (Saturday) morning, was
bustling around the Lindell, explaining
to the committee that the reason he was
not here yesterday was that he tarried
too long having a good time with the
ladies in the depot reception room and
misssed his train. He was very much put
out about it, for he wanted to celebrate
his eighty-second birthday at a populist
meeting. It was Mr. Richmond, of Iowa.
In the District Court of Lancaster County,
Wm. S. Joyce,
Kent K. Hayden, et al,
W. C. H. Biddle, his first name un
known, and liiildle, hi;
wife, her first name unknown.
Wm. C. B. Biddle, his first name unknown,
Biddle, hie wife, her first nam unknown, de
fendants, will take notice that on December 27th,
IM).-. Wm. 8. Joyce, plaintiff herein, filed his peti
tion in the district court of Lancaster county,
Nebraska, agalnet Kent K. Hayden, Minnie E.
Hayden, and you the said W. C. B. Biddle. whose
first name is unknown, and Biddle, his
wife, whose first name is unknown, defendants.
The object and prayer of which are to foreclose
a certain mortgage executed by the defendants,
Kent K. Hayden and Minnie E. Hayden, his wife,
to the plaintiff upon lot five (5) in Lenilng's sub
division of the north ball of the northeast quar
ter of section number twenty-nine townnhlp
ten (10), range seven (7) east of the nth P. M
situated In Lnnraster county, Nebraska, to se
cure the paymant of one promissory note dated
April 17th, .IMS, for the sum of 91,800 due and
payable on the 1st day of April, A.D. 1892. with
eitht per cent interest thereon payable semi-annually.
That there Is now due and payable npon said
note and mortgage the sum of 9 1.300 00 with
eight per cent Interest thereon from April 1st,
18i5. Kor which sum with interest from April 1st,
ISiili, at the rate of eight per cent plaintiff prays
a decree that defendants be required to pay the
same, or that said premises niny be sold to
sntixfy the amount found due, and fora deficiency
You are required to answer snid petition on or
before the 2d day of March, lMtfl.
Dated January 20,
Attorney for plaintiff.
In the District Court of Lancaster County,
J. M. Watson,
George W. Boyer, Mary
Ann Crowe.Martln Crowe
Carlos C. Burr, and A.
Notice of Foreclosure
A. Halter, defendant, will take notice that on
the 27th day ot December, A. I). lW)u. J. M. Wat
son, plaintiff herein, filed his petition In the dis
trict court of Lancaster' county, Nebraska,
against said defendants, the object aud prayer ot
which are to foreclose a certain mortgage exe
cuted by the defendants George W. Boyer aud
Mary 1. Boyer, his wife, to the linllou State
Banking Company, npon lots A, B, C, D, E, and
K. In i. W. Buyer's subdivision of lots 22. 23, 21,
and 26. In block one (I) of Boyer A. Dawes' sub
division of the northeast quarter of section
twenty-seven (27), townnhlp ten (10), range six
(), east of the titlip. m., situated in Lancuster
To secure the payment of one promissory note
dated August 21. fur the sum of f 1,2( 0, due
and payable on the first day of August, IMS.
That there Is now due and payable upon said
note and mortgage (1,200.00 and ten per cent
Interest thereon from May 1st, WM. That said
mortgage was duly assigned to plaintiff fur a
valuableconxlderatlon on September7,18f, lV the
payee. Plaintiff alleges that you have sum In
terest In said premises by reason of a judgment
In the District Court of Lancaster county you
hold agalnet some of the defendants, which
plaintiff alleges Is subject and inferior to bis
Plaintiff prays for a decree that he has a prior
teln ou said premises, that the defendants be
required to pay him the amount due on said note
and mortgage, or that said mortgaged premises
jniiy be sold to satisfy the sum.
Yon are required to answer said petition on or
before Monday, March 2d, 1M.
Dated January 20, lWtt.
ttorney tor plaintiff. -
Men whoa advertisement appear la this col"
sma aie thoroughly rellnble, and cosines en'.
trstd to tlietn will receive prompt and caretn'
MCNERNEY ft EAOEH. A ttnrncys--lnw, 10M
O Street, Lincoln. Neb. Telephone 600.
lf L. 8TAKK, Attorney-at-Law. Aurora, N.
LONG, ft MATH EW, Attoonej-at-Law, Loup
DU. H. B. LOWRY. 117 North 11th Street, Lin
MUNN ft STAPLE, Attorney -at-Law,Ord, No-
K. J. M. LUCAS, Dentist, Brae Block, Lin
I 8HAMP 1MPLEMKNT CO., Bobanan Block.
J. Lincoln, Neb. V arm Machinery a sptclulty.
Machines shipped to all part of th (tat.
I Y. M. 8WI0AKT, Mutual Fir and Cyclone
Insurance, Liucolu, Neb. Agents wanted.
H EN In Lincoln, Populists should stop at th
Lindell Hotel. It Is Populist headquarter
01II CAW Attorney-at-Law. Booms
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WANTED Gentleman or lady to cell Doble's
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FM. WOODS, fin stock auctioneer, Lincoln
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a Silver Dime, aud yon will receive a large num
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distribution. Write plainly. J. H. PiDoarT,
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good stables, orchard and well, Lon--oke
is the county seat; 23 miles east of
Little Bock on L. R. & M. R R. Prior
W. H. VIVION,
ForCaliforniaand Puget Round points
quick get tickets 117 So. 10.
F. D. SHERWIN, DENTIST.
. Second Floor Burr Block.
Teeth on Rubber, Platinum, Gold, Alnmtnnm, and
and Crown Work. Gold, Porcelain, and Amalam
TO THOROUGHLY QUALIFY THEMSELVES as Bookkeeper
and Amanuenses. There is going to be a brisk revival of business
and now is thb tims to prepare yourself for a good position. The
LINCOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE
133 South 12th Street
Cheapest place on earth for farmers to cat, A good bill of fare every day. Patrons can nay
any part or all on th bill of fare tor 1
Only 1 5
Remember, that it I not 16 cants and np, bnt
Remember the place, Just south of Funke Opera House.
L. 0. HOLADAY, Proprietor. J
t Now, okf mmn, remember, the next time
patron Iwe the '
THE BARTON FUEL CO.
Best grades of Coal In the market at bottom
1024 0 Street. ,
Tard, 16th and T Streets1
T.l.Thon,. y .To:'.'
bard and brittle use Vacuum Leather
Oil. Get a can at a harness orsboestore, ,
o half nint tn a callon : book1
"Ilior fn Tuka Hm-a (if Leather." and
ninh lintli f rao linn miollch to find Oat!
II you don t line if, rase xne can uwi
and net the whole of your money.
o..l,l nn1 In .una. in make a lire of fair deallndt
very where hand cans. Hest oil for farm masj
hluery also. If voo can't And it, write to M f
VACUUM Oil. tunrsni, nocueaier, n. )
woven m fh:g:
Over 50 Styles
The bent nn Earth, Horre hlsrh
null strong, liu na unuisen
tight. You can make from 40
to 00 rods per day (or I rum
14 to 22c. a Rod.
llluFtmteil t'auiluirtie Free.
An Organ for $5.00
Per Month j
On these terms you can bujj
the celebrated KIMBALL organ
highest grade, latest style, up-to,
date, fine stool and book, freigh'.
paid, only $63.00 on payments
Write for catalogue and descrip
tion. Agents wanted.
A. HOSPE, Jr.,
Is now offering special inducements tc
all parties wishing to studj Bookkfeepl
ing, Mathematics, Shorthand, Type
writing, Penmanship, Latin, Trigonome
try, Commercial and Railroad Teieera
phy. Special attention given to prepare.
tory work lor state University.
W. S. LLEWELLYN, M.A..
Principal Commercial Department. .
W. G. CHALBERLAIN.
Principal Shorthand Department and Lea
tnrer on Commercial Law.
BERT E. BETTS, i
Official Court Reporter
g. II. TRUE.
Principal Telegraphy and Railroad Boat
ness Department. . j
J. O- OLSON, 1
Principal Penmanship Department
If. C. ABBOTT, S
Latin, Trigonometry , eto
Call or write for special rates during
Lansing Theatre Building, ;
LINCOLN. - - NEBRASKA.
Porcelain Plate. Gold and Porcelain Bride
Filling, , ;
Can do more for yon In six months than any other
school in Nebraska. Write for particulars. Gladly
sent to yon by addressing D. R. LILL1BR1DGE,
President, Lincoln, Nebraska.
IS cent for all yon can eat. If It takes all on U
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