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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1898)
A1 THE HTJKICE
Iridasr, Nov. 11th.
THIRD ANNUAL TOUR
Hermann the Great Co
LEON AND ADELAIDE HEKMANN
in new startling- aensations and illusions, eclipsing- anTthing
ever attempted in the world of magic. Twe car loads of spe
cial scenery and paraphernalia, seats now on sale. Regular
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ARE THE BEST
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We invite particular attention
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They are perfect in shape,
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MIfofoER & PAINE
1043 O Street.
Albert Turpin's School of Dancing is
located at 11.32 N street, it being now i
its third season. Careful instruction in
all kinds of society dancing, the cotillion
and depoitment. The evening class
meets Mondaja. Children's class Sat
urday 2:10 p. m., and arrangements may
be made for private daises and private
lessons. References satisfactory to Mr.
Turpin will be required of all prospective
pupils. The academy has been newly
furnished and decorated and will be
rented to private parties, cotillion clubs,
etc., at reasonable rates. For further
information call or address Turpin's
Dancing Academy, 11.12 N street, Lin
NEBRASKA WESLYAN UNIVERSITY
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
ONE OP THE LARGEST SCHOOLS OP MUSIC IN THE WEST AND
THE NUMBER OP PUPILS CONSTANT, INCREASING. ONE REA
SON FOR THIS LARGE INCREASE IS THAT THE METHODS OP IN
STRUCTION IN USE HERE ARE THOSE OF THE BEST EUROPEAN
CONSERVATORIES, BY WHICH PUPILS ARE ADVANCED IN THE
MOST THOROUGH AND RAPID MANNER POSSIBLE, AND RE
NEVER ObLIGED TO GO OVER THE SAME GROUND SEVERAL
TIMES, AS IS OFTEN THE CASE BECAUSE OF LV.'RoPER IN
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ORETICAL TAUGHT, WITH MANY FREE ADVANTAGES.
SEND FOR CERCULAR GIVING FULL INFORMATION TO
OREN E. LOCKE, Directory University Place. Nebr.
J, W. CRAITPORDf
13&n3r Groceries, Etc.
(First Publication November 5, 4t.)
W. S. Neale, whose first name is un
known, will take notice that on the 3rd
day of November, 1898, Milton H. Ever
ett and Jerome O. Everett, as plaintiffs,
filed their petition in the District Court
of Lancaster county, Nebraska, against
sa'd Neale, defendant, the object and
prayer of which is to recover from said
Neale the sum of $50000 with interest
from the 20th day of September, 1898,
for and on account of services rendered
by said plaintiffs as physicians and sur
geons for said Neale between the 23rd
day of July and the 20th day of Septem
ber, 1898. An attachment has been is
sued In said action and levied upon the
following described property, to-wit:
Lots 5, G, and 7, in Chase's second
subdivision of lot 6, of the not th west
quarter section 36, township 10, range 6
east. Lots 5 and 6 in Barnes subdivi
sion of lots 13 and 14 in block 2, East
Park Addition to the city of Lincoln.
Lot 12, block 2, East Park Addition to
the city or Lincoln. North Xl feet. lot
16, Iloutz and Baldwin's Subdivision of
a part of the east one-halt of the south
west quarter of section 19, township 10,
range 7 east, Lancaster county. Nebras
ka. Lot 20 of Yates and Thompson's
Subdivision of lot 13 of Miller's Subdi
vision. Lots 5 and 6 in BaineB Subdi
vision of lots 13 and 14 in block 2, East
Park Addition. Lot 3, block 6, East
Park Addition. Lots 9 and 10 block 6,
Tresier's Addition to the city of Lincoln.
Defendant is required to appear and
answer said petition on or before the 5th
day oi December, 1898.
Chas. O. Whedos,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Tel. 192. 131-133 North Fourteenth Street. Lincoln. 2 The Best Shoe Made for the
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Hewitt Washington was an excep
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t Office hours 9 to 5. Wednes-
day evening 7 to 9. Explana-
tioca and Health Book free.
The time has come to lay
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The third meeting of the Matinee
Musicalo was held on Monday afternoon.
The attendance was largo and several
nw members were elected. The first
artist recital for the season waa
announced to occur on the evening
of November 14th and will take
the place of the regular afternoon meet
ing. Admission to the members will be
by membership ticket. The concert
will be given by a vocal quartotte from
the musical club of Topeka. One of the
ladies is a tine solo singer and one a vio
linist nud an attractive program will be
presented. At the conclusion of the
business seesion an interesting program
Mrs. Campbell's report of the meeting
of directors of the General Federation
of Musical clubs, was followed by a pap
er by Mrs. John Doane on '-The Dramat
ic in Music." The piano numbers were
given by Miss Lucy Haywood and Misa
Mary Smith, vocal by Mrs. C. E San
derson, Mrs. D. M. Butler, Mis lora
Holmes, Miss Pauline Maud Oakley and
Mrs. E. Lewis Baker.
Minister What! sailing boats on SunJ
day? Don't you know enough te re
member the Sabbath?
Tommy Traddleii Naw. I'm too busy
remeroberln the fciaine.
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Continued from page 5.
er. The matter will be brought before
a Court of ITonor of old generals. There
will be a deal ot talk, and finally un
meaning declarations will be exchanged.
What would have been the use of this?
So I gave it up.'
It is probable that Prince Bismarck
dropped his blood-thirsty plan because
be knew that Count von Caprivi waa
only the executor of the emperor's will.
AT THE FUNKE.
Adelaide and Leon Herrmann appear
at the Funke opera house on Friday
evening. November 11th. Leon Herr
mann will entertain his audiei ce with
the most marvelous sleight of hand,
and mystify with the most startling illu
sions ever seen in this city. In the art
of palming he stands alone. He was for
many years the idol of France. His an
nual tours did not extend over an occa
sional trip to St. Petersburg and a few
of the large cities of Continental Europe.
His beloved France was all sufficient for
him, and he was content with the emol
uments showered upon him by bis
countrymen. It was not until Alexander
Herrmann died, that he extended his
tours to this country.
The peerless Adelaide Herrmann will
present several new dances. In colors,
lights and general effects a positive rev
elation is promised.
And North Pacific Coast
Points take the
Elegant equipment. Pullman service.
Chair cars free.
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and Portland, Oregon, in Tourist
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