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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1889.
A LESSON FROM NATURE.
How to Ouro a Gold.
A UnjECT IK WHICH WK AHK All. MORS
OU LK9S INTKUKSTKU.
To euro 11 colli quickly it must bo
properly Itvutotl us soon ns tlio llrst
symptoms tipponr. Do you know tho
first symptoms? If not, you will tin
(loubteilly roinoinbor having thuin nt
uumurous times nml tlutt you ilhl not
consider thorn ut nil serious or uvon
worthy of your attention. Thoy tiro
a dry loud cough, n thin wlilto eontlng
on tho (onguo und n prof uso watering
dlsohnrgo from tho iioso. Any ono or
moro of thoso symptoms Is natures way
of tolling people thoy luivo taken cold,
nml gives thuni amplo tlmo to euro it
within two days If thoy deslro to, Tlio
recuse of Chnmberlnln'H Cough Rem
edy will restore tjio system to n healthy
condition within that time. If however
tho cold is nr"lcctcd and allowed to
bocomo sottled In tho system several
-days or oven a week may bo required
to elVect n euro, as nature must then
take its course and all that can be done
is to aid nature in freeing tlio system of
tho cold, which is best iiecointdish d by
using Chamberlain's Cough ltomody.
It will open the secretions and loosen
' and relievo the cold in less time than
any otiier medicine or treatment; it
seems to undermine a eold and Incom
pletely eradicate It from tho system, as
evidence of its superior excellence, we
refer to the following testimonials of
people well known and respected at
their several places of residence.
Tho general expression of those who
have used Chamberlain's Cough Hem
cdy Is "It is the best I ever tried."
W. II. Hilbv, Stanford, III.
I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Kcmedy foroight years and it has given
-universal satisfaction to my customers.
I uso no other In my family, and have
never called a doctor for any lung
trouble. Wo could not keep house
Denth Or Mr.MrCoutiirr.
Tho pooplo of Lincoln Mcro greatly shocked
to bear of tho death Wednesday evening of
Mr. John'McCoiinllT, n prominent rnllroml
man of tho went, nt his homo In this city.
Mr. McConnlir had lecn slek for a few wooks,
but his sorlom situation was not generally
known. At tho tlmo of his death ho was
forty seven years of nge, and had Iwoti a
resident of tho elty for seme years. From
tho ixwltlon of messenger boy In n Cnnadlnn
telegraph oniee, Mr. McConnlir lose by suc
cessive steps to tho superlntcndoncy of tho A.
& N. division of tho llurlltigton raid, a po
sition he hold for nearly ten years. Ho was
well thought of by nil who know him, nnd
was a rnllrond innnnRer of moro than an or
dinary ability. Ho loaves n wife and flvo
children comfortably provided for. His old
rat daughter, Miss Allleo, was but recently
married to Mr. VanDuson of 8t. I'auli but
all wcro at his bcdsldo when he jwisml away.
S. H. Wai.kku, druggist
Calamus, Clinton Co., Ii
Mr. J. J. Lagrango a leading drug
gist, of Avoca, Nebraska, says : "J
havo been engaged in tho sale of drugs
and medicines for the past twonty-qlglit
years, and during that time have sold
annny different cough projiaratlons, but
I have never sold or handled any cough
medicine that gave as perfect satisfac
tion, to nil mv customers, as Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. I consider it a
speciilo for croup and all throat and
lung complaints of children. I know
of cases of spasmodic croup whero the
life of a child has boon saved by tho
timely uso of this mcdiclno. It is very
pleasant to tako which is one of the
important requirements when a cough
remedy is intended for small children."
Curtice & Thiers' Music Store,
207 South nth Street.
HEYMAN & DEICHES,
1618-1G20 Karnnin St., Now Pnxton lllock,
. THE LARGEST
SUIT and FUR HOUSE.
In Thr West
Vo aro now Introducing many new novel
tics In Fall and Winter Wear, ami would ro-
sportfully Invite our Muooln friends to cull
.and see tho new lino Just opened.
ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS
And as mich can offer later styles at lower
prices tlinii any house west of Chicago a fact
we'll tako pleasure In proving to I.lncolnltcs.
CALL AMD SEE US WHEN IN OMAHA.
Wo can show you a flno Hue of Cloaks,
Drosses and Kurs that lurpiiHs anything you
liuvo overseen In the entire west. It will pay
you to tako a trip to Omaha to see us, If you
'want anything nlco In our line.
Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
MAGAZINES AT CLUB RATES.
Look nt tho I. Int.
Tho publisher will club thoOAiMTAi. City
Couiiikii with nuy reputable paper, furnish
ing two papers at a very small advanco over
the prlco usually charged forouo. Arraign
mollis have boon inndo to club with the fol
lowing publications: It KO in. AH WITH
Tho funeral took place Thursday afternoon
from tho Kplscopal church, Hev. Dr. Nuncio
of St. Joe, conducting tho ceremonies; nnd
nil thnt was mortal of a good man lnld to rest
according to tho masonic rites. Mr. Mc
Connlir was a man of frlondly disposition, nl
ways charitable and kind to tho worthy; nnd
n dovoted nnd loving husband ami father.
Ho was unlvorsnlly admired by his suoordl
natcs nnd all who had any dealings with him.
In bis death the railroad fraternity loses a
most vnluablo worker, tho bereaved family a
noblo head, and tho city of Mr-coin ono of
Its most ontcrprlslng nnd highly respected
citizens. I'eaco to his ashes.
Tho picture given abovo is -from a photo
graph In a group which was taken several
years ago, and Is tho only ono thnt could lie
found of tho deceased and although not oznet
ly like him at death Is considered a fair like
ness. To Nebraskn Kdttors.
Dcslrlntr to act hi accordanco with tho most
popular deslro for tho summer editorial excur
sion of tho Nebraska Press Association, I
urgently request each nowspnpor man to in
form mo per mall, what direction will best
suit them. It now seems to Iw tho choice of
a majority to visit tho Yellowstone National
Park and a largo number expressa preierenco
for Winnipeg nnd tho north. I would nlso
request all that havo an Idea of going, to so
notify me, thnt I may mako calculations nnd
arrangements accordingly. Tills is qulto iui-
jwrtant. If you Intend going, kindly let mo
hear from you, by February 1st, answering
both the nbovo questions nnd whether you
will bo accompanied by a lady. It Is oxpected
Unit tho trip "ill take place in Juno or early
July, and to all expressing n deslro to accom
pany tho excursion, a circular, setting forth
tho route, program, etc., will be mulled.
Ii. Wkshkl, Jit.,
Chr'm Excursion Committee.
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tho othor lending mnKazlucs nnd periodicals.
If you contemplate a trip to nny Kunipean
jwlnt or Intend bringing friends from nny
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Articles of Iiicorponitloii
Mndo and ndontrd this Iftlh. dav of Novem
ber, In the yenr of our Ijord ono thousand
eight hundred and elKhty.cluht, by and be
tween Isaac M, Ititynioud, IaiwIs (IrcKory,
Andrew H, ltiiwyor. HIIuh II. Iluruhnm and
M. I. Kastorday, IncoriHirators, ns follows,
Article I. Tho name of this corporation
shnll bothe Amerlcnn KxchatiRo Hunk
Article?. Tho principal place of transact
ing tho business of this corporation shall be
In tho city of Lincoln, Ijiucnstor county, Nebraska.
Artlclo.l. ThOKcuerul niituru of tho busi
ness to lie trnnsueted by this corporation
On Wednesday ovening, January !!0th, tho
jieoplo of Lincoln will enjoy n feast to which
thoy have been looking forward for soino
time, it Is-'Ing tho lecture of Uev. J. O. Tnte,
chaplain of tho senate, on one of tho most re
mnrkablo novels ever written "a true work
of genius," nnd which has attracted all lovers
of good litcratmo In many resiiects it Is a
masterpiece in which tho intellectual and
moral forco displayed makes it ono of the
note-worthy books of tho decode, indeed, ono
critic says "it is distinction for our genera
tion." It certainly marks an eioeli in
thought and belief, nnd it Is not to bo won
dered nt that such a book Is a remnrkulilo
event hi tho literary history of the time, being
every where so regarded.
In view of the fact (for such it is conceded
to be) of Lincoln being a literary center the
genuine "hub" of tho west, it goes without
saying that tho Indies of Ht. Paul In providing
this treat for the public, of having n subject
dKcussed by ono who has given it n critical
study, nnd who Is acknowledged to lie ono of
tho very liest KoaUerB in tho stato, have eon
ferred a public benefit nnd If wo furigo nright
tho public will show Its appreciation In a man
ner which will be blgh'y gratifying to thoo
most directly interested.
Our CluhhliiK lxt.
I)y consulting our nuiioiiiieeiiieut In anoth
er portion of this Issue, renders will find that
by clubbing tho Couiuuit with foreign per
iodicals and magazines they can secure two
at about tho price of ono. For Instance, tho
price of 77ie Century Is $1.00 per year, and
together with thu Couitimi both may bo had
for 5.00, making tho price of the latter only
ono half Its regular rate. This Is about tho
same on all other papers. If on consulting
tho list you do not llnd tlio paper therein that
you want, wo can nevertheless supply the
hiimo at similar rules. Hoivover In subscrib
ing ns above, old hubscribors aro obliged to
pay up all arrears and pay a yew's subscrlp
lii advanco for tho pajiei-s ordered. This is a
cheap way to get two or more pncrs.
Unpen And CuiiiiiiIukh ltrinowl
On nnd after Fobrualy llrst Mes-sers Hupeit
and Cumnilngs tho O street groeeis will bo
found nt lil'J south Twelfth struct hi tho new
Zehrung block. Their entire st. ek will Imi
removed from present locution, and a much
Inrger ono will bo added. Tho Jinn will
hereafter mako a ecialty of fancy groceries
lino fruits etc, and with additional facili
ties ihelr trade will doubtless increase. Tel
ehono number will bo samo lu now place as
at tho old.and prompt attention will lie given
all orders over their wire.
Cusper Weaver Is n riirtuiiutu florinim.
born in Iloxson, in IKl'-i, landed at Now York
n law, lived in Pennsylvania and Now Jer
sey ft years, moves! to Georgetown, Ky
where he joined tho Confederate army nnd
lieciuuo n soldlor of John Morgan, serving
through tho settlement ipiestion of secession.
After tho war ho came to Waverly, Iafayotto
county, Mo., where ho resides. A few weeks
since ho drew In tho November thawing of
Louisiana State Lottery, by which ho has
enmo in possession of one-fourth of one-twentieth
of tho capital prize of 100,000, lielng
the comfortable sum of $3.750. irireWi(Mo)
7'unrs, Dec. 0.
Twenty-flvo per cent off on muslin under
wew next woek, Ashby and Mlllspaugh.
Sawyer & Mosliom greonhotisea am head
quarters for nil kinds of house plants, flowers,
etc. City olllco in Masonlo Temple basement,
where cut flowers, baquots, etc, may always
shall be tho lonnlng upon approved securities
ui iiiu money, eiiucr ocionuing
corimrutlou or entrusted to It ft
to tho said
or such our-
imsos ns intents or brokers, the recolvliiK of
monies on deposit, tho buy I nil nnd soiling of
exchuiiKC, coin, bullion nnd ucKotlounblo pa
per of all kinds, tho maklmr of collections,
tho buying, soiling mid holding of real estate,
and generally such other business us Is usu
ally done by like associations.
Article 4. The amount, of nntillnl stock
shall be ono hundred thuusnnd (VtlD.MK))
dollars, which shall be paid lu at tho time and
upon tho conditions following, to wlti Fifty
(60) JM'r rout of sold capital stock, amounting
to Fifty Thousand (ft),U.tW) Dollars, shall bo
paid In nt thu commencement of business:
and certificates of stock Ustied fur same, nnd
the balance of fifty per cent of snld capital
stock shall bo paid when nt such limes as
shall bo ordered by tho directors of said cor
(Miration. Anyone falling to pay his assess
mout within thirty (30) dnys after written
notice, shall forfeit ull future right to do so.
Hald stock Hindi bo Issuod In shores of one
hundred (1 00 00) dollars each, translorrablo
only ou the books of tho corporation and
holders nro entitled to ono voto for each share
held at all meetings of said corporation, or
stockholders, which may bo cast cither In
crsou or by written p roxy.
Artlclo 6. Tlio time of commencement of
this corporation shall be December 1st, A. 1).
lhHS' und Its termination shall bo December
1st, A. D. 1013.
Article 0. Thu highest amount of Indebted
ness or liability to which this corporation
shall at a' v tlmo subject itself shall bo not
moro Ihati two-thirds of Its capital stock ex
cept for deposits.
Article 7. At any regularly called meeting
of thu stockholders, the capital stock or thu
association may bo Increased to two hundred
thousand (JUl.OtXUiO) dollar.
Article H. Whenever an Inereusn of stock
shall be determined upon, In accordance with
artlclo 7, It shall bu the duty of thu directors
to eausu all stockholders to bo untitled there
of In writing. Knch stockholders shall bo en
titled to shares of the new stork lu propor
tion to the number of shares ho a! reedy owns,
but If nny stockholder falls to subscribe and
puy for said stock for tho space of thirty (30)
days, his right to tho now stock shall bo
waived, and the hoard of directors shall de
termine what disposition shall be made of
Article U. Tho olllcors by whom tho affairs
of this cot norutlou are to bo conducted shall
bo a president, a vice-president, u cashier, an
assistant cashier, and live or moro directors.
Artlclo 10. The nresldeiit shall hold his
olllco for the year lor which tho directors of
which ho shall boa member are elected, and
until his successor Is elected. 'I he olllcers
hull bo elected und perform such duties as
may bo prescribed In tho by-laws adopted by
Artlclo 11. These Incorporators shall bo tho
directors till tb llrst iinuiuil meeting of the
stockholders. These articles may buaiueiided
at any meeting of the stockholders by a two
In witness whereof, tho snld Isaac M. Hoy
moiul, Lewis Gregory, Andrew J. Kawyer, Ki
lns II. Ilurnham, and M. L. Kusli'snlny havo
hereunto subscribed their naiiio us Incorpor
ators, thW lMh luy of No ember, A. 1). :ks.
In presence of .1. .M. Iletts,
1HAAU M. ItAYMOND
MILAN II. IIUKNIIAM,
HHlNKDl LKWIH UltLGOllY,
STATU OK NLUKAKKA
LANOASTKIt COUNTY )""
Ou this Iftth day of November, A. 1). lsHS
before me, the undersigned, a notary public,
duly commissioned und qualified for. und re
sldlugliithe kald county, personally camo
Isuuo M. Itgymoud, Lewis Gregory, Andrew
.1, Sawyer, Hllas II. Ilurnham and M. L
Kaslerday, to mo Known to bo tho Identleul
persons wboie mimes are subscribed to the
foregoing Instrument as iucordoralors, and
thoy sovernlly ncknowlcdgo tho execution of
said Instrument to bo their voluntary act and
In witness whereof, I havo hereunto set
my hand anil utllxcd my olllolul seal the day
und year last above written.
hi:al J. M. llim.s, Notary Public.
Notice of Incorporation,
Nuuie of Corporation:
Lincoln Havings Hank, and Hufo Dopofclt
Place of llusluess:
Nature of llusluess to bu transacted:
Itccclslng money ou deposit anil paying In
terest on the sumo; renting bocs lu vaults of
the bank, and a general MiNlngs Hank und
Safu Deposit business.
Amount of Capital Htoek authorized and tlmo
and conditions on which It Is to bo paid In:
Capital Ktoek f?.7),nuo In Miurcs of lino ouch.
To bo puld In, ton per cent ntduti of subscrip
tion und thu remainder when called for by
the Hoard of Directors.
Time of Commencement and Termination of
Commenced, November 10th, ISsS, and ex
pires November llltli, IUW.
Indebted nee s Highest Amount of Indebted
ness or Liability to which tho Corporation
Is at uuy Tlmo to Hubjvct Itself:
Not to exceed S.'ft.oiM ut any time, except In
ilchteducss to Its depositors and for money
borrowed to pay Its depositor lu case of an
fly What Olllcers the Affairs of tho Corisira-
tlon aro to bo Conducted:
llyu Hoard of Directors con Istlug of nine
(U) slock holders. Tho olllcers to comprise a
President, Vlco-Pre-sldcnt, Hccrctary and
Notice Is hereby given that by vlrtuo of an
execution Issued by the Clerk of the District
Court of the Hccond Judicial District of Ne
braska, within and for Lancaster County, In
an notion wherein O. K. Hector Is Plaintiff,
and John Kucera is Defendant, I will at i
o'clock P. M., on the lib day of Mnrch, A. D.
1KMI, at tho front cut ranre to tho District Court
rooms In the City of Lincoln, Lancaster
County Nebraska, oiler for sale at ptibllo auc
tion tho following described real rstnte, to
wlti I,otNo. seventeen (17). Iliock No. four, (1),
lu IrvlnesBecond addition to Lincoln, Ijiii
easier County, Nebraska.
Given under my hand this Uith day of Jan
l.'A'U H. M. MKLIUK, Hbcrltr.
THE MAID OF THE MILL
Words by HAMILTON AIDE. MubIo by STEPHEN
) Aiulants Grazioto. TX'
TT if TP TT TT J
1. Gold-en years a - go, in a mill bo-sldo tho soa, Thoro dwelt n lit tlo maid on, who plighted her faith to
2. Lead-en years havo poss'd, groy-lmlr'd I look a-round J Tho earth has no such maiden now, sooh mlllwhcols turn not
s. 3i L j, Tg I. J
TT TT I
me Tho mill wheel now Is el - loot, tho mold's cyea cloa-cd boi
round; Dutwheno'cr I think of Ilcav'n nnd of what tho an-fjols be.
that now rc-malns of her, aro tho
a gain that lit -tlo maid, and
i T h j ii - J x lr x j I-
4 J: g- 'g: : 'gp 1. '
Temp di take, eon dclcm.
u sir- ir nr
words sho sang to mo.
hear Iter words to me.
not for - cot
v r. pjLjL m ,--i , . ..
times of mo still,.
morn.... breaks, and tho Uiros - tlo
tzvjT 1 , 7 I . l"T,-f--
S? 4-t -4 . -& -d i -& t
p- 1 pr I pr
a wakes, .
Ro - mem bar tho maid,.
t:T .1 H J I'H-N x-x-f-xfH
. A Acr'etc.
of tho mill!
not for got
crete. molto. f " - ..
. piu lento. J s I I J - .
not for-get mo I Ro - mom - - bor tho maid tho maid of tho mill,"
FTffl 1-1 H i TT M I I I i I "" H -11
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