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city of Lincoln, said county and state.
purity, as the Spartans did. Turgenieff promIssory note or bond, dated
uses all the facte, follies and vices of life at Lincoln, Nebraska, January 15th, 1891,
to teach the lesson of the beautiful, for the sum of $300. and due ana pa aDie
Is the matter contained in "The Ques
tion Box" in Sunday morning's Journal
the work of any person employed on
that paper? J. A. B.
Tolstoi is a law unto himself in econom
ics, morality and the object of literature.
Lately he has degraded his art to teach
economics. Literature is for nothing in
the world but to expose the beautiful, in
No, my child, the column to which doing thiB everything elso that is worthy
in Afaii in -il n 4 A nni v as Tltin m i4a A 1 T 7 A.
jou refer is plate matter. This mate
rial is sold to papers all over the coun
try. It costs about a dollar a column
and is printed by dozens of papers in
the.United States simultaneously.
If the spirits that Maud Lord Drake
materializes are genuine why do they do
and say such silly things? M. It. A.
I have not a wide acquaintance with
spirits but I know of their tricks and
manners and I knowof none that can be
called wise and good. Even it they are
rel spirits they should not be encour
aged to return here. Apparently associ
ation with us does tiem no good. Death
has robbed them of any sense they
Ehowed on earth. Theosophists explain
the slly conduct of spirits when mortal
belief gives to them speech and motion
by saying that the human being has two
bodies, his n and an astral body.
When the breath leaves the temporal
lody the soul goes somewhere else and
the Billy, irresponsible, evil-disposed
astral body is left to float aroun'd with
out a body and without a soul until it is
absorbed into Nirvana. Some people,
the theosophists say, let their astral
bodies get ahead of them. Then while
the temporal body is asleep the astral
body goes out on a lark and frequently
gets the temporal body into trouble.
But such a case only occurs where the
temporal body has been unduly intimate
with and indulgent to its astral body. I
think Mrs. Maud Lord Drake is a fake
and has no acquaintance with anything
oven bo little spiritual as astral bodies.
She is of the earth. She thinks she can
fool people with spiritualism and she
thinks correctly, she does fool some peo
ple. On the whole her methods and
motives are mercenary. After a life
time devoted to fooling people it goes
without saying that some tricks of her's
are good ones, and that her audiences
are quite apt tj think her in league
with the spirits. In regard to your
question. If they are real spirits the
astral body may explain their foolish
ness, if they are not real spirits they
probably act as sanely as Madame Drake
can make them. They are children of
her brain and they resemble their
When does Du Maurier's new story
"The Martians,' come out in Harper'sf
Just as soon as "Heart's Insurgent" is
quieted. Du Maurier's story is finished
and is only waiting for the space that
Hardy's story occupies.
My mother will not allow me to read
French novels. I am seventeen years
old. I have read Daudet's "Jack and I
wish to read more. I hare read English
aad American novels until I am tired of
them. 'J he style of the French and
Russian novel fascinates me and I want
to read them but my mother says "no."
Ought 1 to read them? i. e., ought she
not to sllow me to? Alice M.
This is a question you must settle
with your mother. There is no doubt
on the first day of January, 1896, default
having been made in payment of Inter
est and taxes and various and other
covenants and conditions In said mort
gage having been broken by said de
fendants, John Smith and Nellie Smith,
the plaintiff has, as provided by the
object and prayer of which are to fore
against said defendants and others, the
terms and conditions of said mortgage,
elected to and has declared the principal
sum secured thereby due and payable
and that by reason thereof there is now
due upon said note or bond and mort
gage the sum of $300. together with In
terest thereon at the rate of ten per
cent, per annum from the first day of
January, 1893, for which sum, together
with the sum of $9.35, taxes paid by the
plaintiff, with interest from this date
plaintiff prays for a decree that the de
fendants be required to pay the same or
that saI4 premises may be sold to sat
isfy the amount found due and that the
receiver may be appointed to take
charge of said property and for general
You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 18th day of Novem
ber, 1893. BURR & BURR,
Attorneys for plaintiff.
First publication Aug. 21.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
by virtue of an order of sale Issued by
the clerk of the district court of the
third judicial district of Nebraska,
within and for Lancaster county, in
an action wherein Martin Schleslnger
Is plaintiff, and Frank P. Lawrence et
al, are defendants. I will, at 2 o'clock
p. m., on the 22nd day of October, A.
D. 1S93, at the east door of the court
house, in the city of Lincoln, Lancas
ter county, Nebraska, offer for sale at
public auction the following described
real estate, to-wlt:
Lot number six (6) in block number
one hundred eighty-nine (189) in the
city of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Ne
braska, according to the recorded plat
of said city.
Given under my hand this 20th day
of September, A. D. 1895.
FRED A. MILLER.
(First publication Sept. 28. 1893)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
by virtue of an order of sale issued by
the clerk of the district court of the
Third Judicial district of Nebraska,
within and for Lancaster county. In an
action wherein Frederick S. Stein is
Issory note or bond dated Lincoln. Ne- Pla,ntln. and Thomas Sewell et al are
braska, August 29th, 1890, for the sum defendants, I will, at 2 o'clock p. m..
of $1,000, and due and payable on the on the h A&Y ot October, A. D., 1S93.
1st day of September, 1893. at the east door of the court house. In
That there is now due upon said note tne cIty ' Lincoln, Lancaster county,
or bond and mortgage the sum of $1,000, Nebraska, offer for sale at public al
together with interest thereon at the tIon tne following described real state,
rate of ten per cent per annum from to-wlt: Lot sventeen (17) In Eldredge's
the first day of March, 1895. addition to Lincoln, in Lancastr county.
Plaintiff prays for a decree that the Nebraska, according to the survey and
ueienuams dc required to pay tne same recoraea piat tnereof
is inculcated, it you can appreciate
the good in these books the bad will not
be strong enough to hurt jou.
Which side of the walk should a gen
tleman walk on when he is walking with
a lady? B. R.
For a longer time than the etiqnette
books have kept track of the man has
walked on the outside of the walk, next
the street. There are possible dangers
on both sides. Runaway horses are in
the street. Mad dogs generally charge
down the street next the building. In
a crowded city street with attractive
store windows the people stop and look
at them with so much pushing and
shoving that it leaves only a few feet
along the outside edge, where it is not
at all comfortable to walk, if in this
last position the lady should have the
few feet of unincumbered walk. But in
most cases the side next the6treet is the
place for the man.
In the district court of Lancaster
county, Nebraska, Isaac Lang, plaintiff,
vs. Thomas J. Marshall, et al., Uefend
ants. To Thomas J. Marshall and Emma
Marshall, Louis S. Marshall and Mm.
Marshall, his wife, whose first
real name Is unknown, and the People's
Savings bank, a corporation, defend
You and each of you will take notice
that on the 5th day of September, 1895,
Isaac Lang, plaintiff, herein filed his
petition in the District Court of Lan
caster County, Nebraska, against said
defendants and others, the object and
prayer of which are to foreclose a cer
tain mortgage executed by the defend
ants, Thomas J. Marshall and Emma
Marshall, to the Clark & Leonard In
vestment Company, and which mort
gage was afterwards and on the 11th
day of November, 1890, assigned to this
plaintiff and which mortgage is upon
lot ten (10), in block five (5), Ridgeway
an addition to the City of Lincoln, said
county and state, and was given to se
cure the payment of one certain prom-
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and that said premises may be sold to
satisfy the amount found due and that
a receiver be appointed to take charge
of the property and for general relief.
You are required to answer said pe
tition on or before the 18th day of No
vember, 1895. BURR & BURR,
Attorneys for plaintiff.
Given under my hand this 26th day
of September, A. D 1895.
FRED A. MILLER, Sheriff.
NOTICE OP PROBATE WILL In
the conty court of Lancaster county,
Notice is hereoy given, That by virtue
of an order of sale issued by the Clerk
In the district court of Lancoster
county, Nebraska, Isaac Lang, plaintiff, of the DintHnt m..rfnP , vui.a t...
v John Smith, et al. defendants. cial district of Nebraska, within and for
To John Smith and Nellie Smith his Lancaster county, in an action whereto
wife. Mary L. Smith aad Ellxa H. Benjamin Lombard jr., is plainUfffand
Brown, defendants, you and each of you Mary J. Small et al., are defendants I
will take notice that on the - day of will, at 2 o'clock pm.? on the 20th day
September. 1895. Isaac Lang, plaintiff, of October, A. D 1895 a ;the let door
herein filed his petition in the district of the couS housti'n the citof l'
court of Lancaster county. Nebraska, coin, Lancaster county, Nebraska offer
close a certain mortgage executed by for cal a ki: ..-.:' YLrvS.' ?er
John Smith and 7Clit "iVTJT" '." au"lu" luo """wing
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the defendants, John Smith and Nellie describe ZmtL .u.
Smith, his wife, to the defendant, the Lot nnmhr;l q : ' wi i i
that the style of the French and Rus- 2S t """ JJ) in North6 Lincoln, in Lancaster
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block two hundred and three (203), in the
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