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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.:
'LINCOLN, NE&, APRIL 5, 1883.
St. Clare Hall Conservatory of Music.
, 1420 K Street, Opposite Capitol, Lincoln, Neb.
Second term opens Monday March 10, with a full corps of tcachora In each department. Superior advartages offered to those wishing a
thorough musical education. A term of 0 prlvato lessons, one hour each, either Instrumental or oeal, I ldudlng SO class lessons In sigh
singing, 10 lessons In harmony and Tree admission to all Conservatory concerts and recital uhou during the term, $14.00 Ulats of two
pupils, with same adantagcs as above, each. $8.00. Class of four chtfh, $300. Children For GO dally prlvato lcscons, including ticket of
admission to all Conservatory concerts and recitals, $14 00. '
, UJ'IfJtMllT STVItEJS'TS
And pupils llvlug in tho vicinity ol thu University cau bo accommodated with lessons and Instruments for practice at 1189 It street,
opposlto University. Lessons may begin at any time.
The names of the following pupils aro submitted as reference: Misses Mary Leonard, Rosa Vincent, Helen Anghcj', Anna Hawkins,
Alice Tutttc, Flora Barker, Armctta Martin, Lillian Snow, AnnaBarr, Anna L. Jackson, Nellie Hyde, btclla Tinkle, May Iinrr.'Mlhnlo
"Beckham, Tote McMnrtry, Jcnnlo English, Frltra Barnard, Plumn Lashlcy, Minnie Thorn peon, Maggie O'Connor, May Kobcrts; Mdms'.Tnttle,
Chapln, Prlndlo; Messrs. F. A.Wood, John Dowdcn, Burt Johus, A. O.Edglngtnn, Chester Evans, Chas. Allen, Chas. Iiadmoro, FrcdLc'ldtko
11. IK. DRAPER, Cioii'l Director.
W. 1,. FAIRBKOT11ER, Director Vocal Dcpm't.
Get tlicir wutthliigr done at the
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Under
wear done up in first-class style.
Yee Lung, Proprietor, No. n6,
P. ?. ATeljrrix;ipMi'.,
Sir Icily First Class and
Jlotel in Ihe city. -
Teeth lntartcdain Ooldi' Silver andiuCcllnS
lold,' All work ifrrrontelfr fflco,1007 O StU
MRS. W. E, GOSPER,
TIIK OLD UEI.TAjlIiE DEM.GK IN
Has Just received Fifty Dozen now Collars.
Stoves and Hardware !
Opposite P. O.
LINCOLN, - 1 - NEBRASKA.
NO MORE LONG SITTING!
13 MAKIKO rnOTOnnAPHB IN8TANTAN
EOU8LY BSfcTDCE BUY
Special nates7 Students t
Can bo fonnd at tho
CLASON & FLETCHER.
Tho finest lino In the city
Public School Journal,
Only $1.00 per yenr. Our
is tho largest in the United States;
being long established and having an
ndmirnbly central location for the
Students and teachers desiring new
or improved positions Tor the coming
Spring:, Summer or Full,
whether East, West, North, or South,
should at once si-nd for our circular,
aiclosiug stump for postage Wo aro
constantly, receiving calls for teachers
at ail times of tho year. Address.
T. E. WILSON & CO.,
857 Central Avehuo,-
I Agents and private correspondcnlslwantcd.
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