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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1900)
HE KNOWS WHEREOF HE SPEAKS.
An editor printed his paper to give
his patrons the news of the day and
for the money there is in it. Ho is pre
sumed to know of what he" writes.
When ho writes as ho does in the
Leader-Courier, Osceola Mills, Pa.,
without fee or hope of reward, that
"Chamborlain's cough remedy acts
magnlcally, and we havo found none
hotter in our house hold. If you have
a cough, try it," it may bo accepted
as an honest expression, worthy of
credence. For sale by druggists.
ASK TMB 5ENI0RS
ABOUT OUR WORK.
Korsmeyer Plumbing and Heating Go.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS FOR
PLUMBING, HEATING, AND LIGHTING.
GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES.
1I2S 0 ST.
Alegretti & Lowney
. . . . at Sector's Pharmacy
N. W. Cor. 12th and N Sts. Lincoln, Nob.
215 SO. 11TH STREET,
SOME LOW PRICES.
We aro selling some cloth bound,
copyright novels such as Mauxman,
Soldiers of Fortune, Prisoner of Zonda,
Lady of Quality, Peter Sterling, Trilby,
Caleb West, The Continental Dragoon,
and others at a low figure. Writing
paper and tablets in large quantities at
bedrock prices. Sheet music from 3c
per sheet to 25c. All the latest songs
and instrumental selections. Music
and Book department. Horpolshelmor
TRY HEMRY'S RESTAURANT.
Evfcrythlng served First-Class at moderate
prices. Nearest tho University.
120 NOR. 11TH ST. 'PHONE, 89G.
DEBATE THURSDAY NIGflt.
The Kansas-Nebraska debate will bo
held in tho university chapel Thurs
day evening of this weok. This will
be one of the most practical contests
of the year. It will lie a field for ora
tory, calling for skill in reputation,
and ease upon the stage. This alone is
"worthy of careful study as well as sup
port by tho whole university.
The question considered this time
is one of practical interest. No stu
dent of society, no oh'e interested in
American life and politics, no one who
is awake to his duties as an American
citizen can miss the opportunity to
hear university men discuss how far
the growth of great corporations is a
menace to democratic, institutions.
Why not give a little time to those
who have studied the question from
the standpoint of its merits.
The phase of the trust question dis
cussed Thursday evening in tho chapel
is of tnuch importance to all. Ne
braske debaters have prepared -well,
'and every student should hear them.
Hear tho debate for the support of
public speaking, and the interest of
these contests; hoar tho debate to aid
our men and show university spirit &h
"we'll as to help bring victory and honor
Go to the debate as you would go to
the class room. You may learn more
about this question in one evening
than you could by reading for a "whole
month. Six debaters will take part
Hvho "have worked long and sifted out
the trash. They are prepared to pre
sont the xcal substance oi tho "whole
Miss Austin, Mr. Talbot, nnd Mr.
Deal aro representing Nebraska. Do
we owo them no duty? Can -we claim
honors and take no part in the fight?
Wo should go out to tho debate for
oratory, for support cof our represen
tatives, for our own education, and
edification, for university spirit, and
'to help bring tryumphant victory to
THE ALBERT TEACHERS' AGENGY
Central ftuslc Halls, Chicago.
Fifteenth Year. 3280 Positions Filled. Nearly
300 In '90. List of Schools of and
Colleges In which we fill
positions sent free.
Address: C. J. Albert, Manager.
C. D. BOWDISH'S
For Satisfactory Barber Work.
Partners and Merchants' Insurance Co. Bldg.
Fifteenth and O Streets.
ICMIIM COLLEIE OF MIKES
Summer Practice Courses In Surveying,
jjnop rracucc, ore uressmp, Mine survey
liifr, nnd Mining and I'icld Geology. Booklet of
half tones illustrating the -work, ready May 1st.
1'or booklet and catalogue address
F. W. McNAIR, Prcs't,
mvf HW WB
WrpvtltoXMrjMriwjmTmmT A CENT HI ABYj
. , TW9tf UfWa.IT, state hctticr you wish Indy '
?cirtvo color, Jiclerli t or frame ana goarwantcdandWE wil
wncoii tnvocoior, nciRiit or iramo ana ire
THb Hbkli O. O. D. on approval, Mlowlmr you to unrrntn n,i .,
amine It fully bef on you accept It. If It is not all and more than wo
claim for It, and a better wheel than you can pet for any whero near tho
price from any one el. reruiMj It and we x 111 iay all express charccs
vuisono. mwwm iiiiiinwE
InOClAl Aecnt'H Hamnln Tirlrn tt
tm 1A mnAMfAH. UwmIh h . ... t . . ..
.a iiroKivivuiHiiiiiiii. uicjcio vvr oirerca.
w any mo neei on tno market, and you need not accept 1 1 nor pay a cent
AULV8I VK nlOVCLK
I flf fill trL'1 f rtiwuliin4iin
our HW MK1.S. Tlil offer of a ramnlo wheel at thla low nrleo t
mteyefm C4 en
1 or ! u-'
Vo Ruarat.tcoit eiual
Wo arc E:
Ifyou do not rind it as worenroocnt.'
MAJiUFACTrRKKS and take this method of
oar 1M9 MOBK1.H. TliN offer or n MtmitA wlm
made to secure HIDEH ASEMTin each town to represent ua
and take order. Our agent make money faat.
CnEftiriftlTIAMe Frame, S2.SI or 29 Inch 1 Indies. 2 inch. Ttext
wrs.WiriWfl I llli Shelby ncamless tuhlnif with forced connco-
tiuiiH. iiunu jiuiivn, jniiiruvi-u uiiwiiuit ucvicr 10 iaien peat poat ana
nanaie nari juiyai Arcn crown 1 ino
tho caalcst running knownt
most expensive tires on tho market. The genuine 4 Mcalnecr Hralenla
saddlo) podals, tools and accessories the best obtainable. Knanieledln
black, maroon orconch fcreen. hl(?hly nnlrhed and ornamental 1 vpcclal
finished nickeling on all bright irts. TVe thorotiRhly test every pieco
ui mnivi ml null Kwn .ttw .,. lunvuiiiu.
antee liond ltllti cacu nicycie.
Pfjcap nccg v 've ao not mnnararturc tim cheap depart
wirtfir nnCkUi ment store kind of wheels, such as many new
ICrtlWhl tho Celebrated Mnvl. blihsand fmnorv
Keeord "A" tires, the lnt and one ot tho
Our binding year's cnat
CiCC to any one sending tho flAAeaah In full with order we wffl
n senn rree a ecnuino JHirdlek 10,000 mile barrel pattern cyclo
meteri or a liijrh grade floor pamp. Your money all back if you are not
concerns and big supply houses advertise and sell as high grade,
however, at W to W strir.nedt or tO.Th to 12.M comnlete. Ave do no
mend them. HEFOItE ORDEKINO a bicycle of any ono else, no matter who or how
Wo can furnish them.
e do not guarantee nor reconi-
trrltc tis and let us tell vo
If you HH1M1 E la. BUY "'heel Wo can asslstyou to EARN A BICYCLE bydls-
aro IJnflBLia Im 1 tr1tilitlncpfAtjilnf7iiffnpiisnf.w(lnv. Wntiiwtiin.twwin
In each, town for this purpose. "We havo several hundred SECOND H AX1 WHEEIX taken I n trade which wo
will close out at 8 to aiO each) also somo shopworn samples nnd 'M models Terr cheap. Send for Tianrila U.u
HHR KELT ABILITY is unquestioned. "Wo refer to any bank or business houso in Chicago, or any express or
You are invited to use
our compressed air
plant to inflate your
tires. No -work for you.
No charge from us.
MS Sawth Twelfth.
"Ve will sendyon letters of Tcfcrenco direct from the largest banks in Chicago if you wish It.
itnesotpcclul terma otmpmcntwitboutueposltwm
CVfliVft nnmn of this twiner.
. L. MEAD GYGLE COMPANY, xfoo, ih.
The Englishman. "Don't forget, sir,
that the Boers "have one groat advant
age they are on their own gvound."
Other Man. "Then -what are you
fighting them for?"
VNnnd after "Tunel. 1800. candidates
" mission must tiresent a derrrcc In Arts. Liter
ature, Tbilosopliy, or science, from a recognized
college or scientific school, -with the exceptionof
such persons, of suitable age and attainments, as
may be oe admitted toy special vote 01 tne facul
ty taken in each case.
For detailed information concerning courses of
instruction, or catalogue, address,
Dr. Vm. L, Richardson, Dean,
Harvard fledical College, Boston, flass.
The University of Kansas won the
debate -with Missouri on April 13. The
question was: "Resolved, That the
Philippine Islands should he retained
as a permanent colonial possession "by
the United States." Kansas had the
MO Ot CMffCSSAM
PRINCETON DEFEATS ALT3 IN
Princeton dofoatod Yale 'In tho an
'nup.l debate Tuesday night at Prince
'ton. The BMbJect for debate was:
"Resolved, That tho Hay-Pauncofote
treaty should bo ratified In tho form
'in which 'It was originally presented
to tho senate. It bolng understood 'that
any change in tho termsjof the treaty
or any action by the etnate affecting
the treaty Ib not gorraane to the ques
tion at Ibbuo." Ex.
Tuft's College has established an
"employment 'bureau" for its gradu
ates;" iltB-worlc Usfslmilar 'to 'tlieiteadh1
Lincoln ffiusinemt 'College .
Term Opens April 23d, 1900.
First 'Class Instruction in all Commercial and Shorthand branches.
Four months' school before the summer vacation.
" Catatogue Free.
LnvICOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
13th and P Sts.-Telephone 254. Lincoln, Nebraska.
67th Year Opens
September 26, 1900
Special 'Course In Missions.
Apply to iProfessor Jacobus, HARTFORD, CONN.
WARRANTED TO RUN A FULL
SEASON WITHOUT REFILLING
jjrj '" " imiirTHf1 n " "' y
101 O STREET.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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