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About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1892)
THE ALLIANCE -INDEPENDENT.
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b tie largest high grade Indcendent Normal In
America, with the finest buildings, best equipments
A FractiGal Sc&oolfor tiie Masses
40 Courses and Specialties,
Including almost anything and everything you may
want at the least expense and shortest time.
Zealously moral and Christian, but non-sectarian.
No vacation. Expenses low. Membersof the Faculty
specialists and experienced In Normal School work.
Strongly endorsed by public school men.
fj1f? I? Tuition, fall term, In seven course, in
VXllliCi order that all may test the merits of
this great Institution.
Aggregate length of buildings. 400 feet, covering
more ground with more floor area than any other
Forty acre campus, massive main building, large
dining hall, conservatory of music, planned for large
pipe organ, fine equipments, library, power house,
water plant, heating plant and electric light plant.
Send thirty names and addresses of young men and
women and we will send you free our "Educational
Jonrnal." Fall term opens on September 6th. Send
foe free catalogue and circulars to
A. J. RIGBY & CO.,
1025 O St.. Lincoln, Neb.,
For bargains in Nebraska Lands and City Property.
They have the largest list and Lowest Prices.
A Bargain Id Dent Co., LIo ,
10.000 acres in three or four tracts of good grazing,
mineral and agricultural lands, reasonably well tim
bered, as smooth as a rolling prairie, good for all
kinds of grain and fruit. Will sell in tracts of 1,000
acres or more at from 75 cents to $1.25 per acre.
Also 10,000 acres of timber lands which will scale
from 3 to 5.000 feet per acre of pine and about the
same of oak, besides a great deal of tie timber.
Will sell for from $2.50 to $3.00 per acre.
These lands are to be closed out in the next eixty
days. Terms cash.
A. J. RIGBY & GO,
And take the Lincoln Normal street car line and for FIVE cents see the
Best Suburb to the City of Lincoln. All built since March, 1892, by an
investment of over $150,000 in cash. See the Finest School Builcimg
m the state m every particular. The power house, electric light plant,
water works, dormitory and dining hall and a village of dwellings and
store buildings work being pushed on Normal boulevard, the finest
drive m the city the Rock Island railroad, Lincoln's latest acquisition,
an electric car line built in ONE WEEK, and then remember that we
Shall push Normal property from this time on with more vigor than we
your entire satisfaction that we
have the brightest prospects and surest returns for an investment of any
suburb to Lincoln or any other live city; then call on us and let us as
tonish you again by our prices of Lots, ranging from $50 to $300, and
Lands from $100 to $400 per acre, adjoining the largest and best con
ducted Normal College in this country. Call on or address us at once.
SIZER & McCLAY,
(SoTurnbia MatioriaT Batik,
IJ32 O St., UincoTri, Neb.,
'Or A. J. RIGBY & CO.,
1025 O St.,
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