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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1889.
A LES80N FROM NATURE.
How to Ouro a Gold.
A UIUKCT IN WHICH WK AUK Alt. MOItR
Oil I.ES9 INTKIIK3TKU.
To euro n cold rpiloWly it must bo
properly treated ns noon ns tho llrst
symptom nppoiir. Do you know tlio
llrst symptoms! If not, you will un
doubtedly remember buying vthoin tit
numerous times and tbut you did not
consider thorn nt nil serious or even
worthy of your intention. They nro
a dry loud cough, iv thlu wblto coating
on tho tongue nnd profuse watering
disohiirgo from the nose. Any one or
tnoro of theso symptoms is natures way
i)f telling people they Imvo tuken cold,
nnd gives thorn ample time to cure it
within two days if they deslro to. The
freo uso of Chamberlain's Cough Hem
cdy will rostaro the system to a healthy
condition within that time. If however
Vtn nrll In twwrliwtt itil 11 till nllunil tt
becomo Bottled in the system several
.1 1 1... 1
uujtt ur uvuu 11 wvuk may uu iuiiiui.-ii
to elTect a cure, as nature must then
take its course and all that can be done
is to aid nature in freeing tlio system of
tlio cold, which Is best neeoiupfislnd by
using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It will open the seeretlous and loosen
nnd relieve the cold In less time I ban
any other medicine or treatment; It
seems to undermine a cold and to com
pletely cradlou-to It from the system, as
evidence of its Miporlor excellence, we
refer to tlio following testimonials of
people well known and respected at
thoir sovcral places of residence.
Tlio general expression of those who
havo used Chamberlain's Cough Kein
dy is "It Is the best I over tried,"
W. II. Hii.kv, Stanford, III.
I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Komody forolglit years ami it has given
universal satisfaction to my customers
I use no other in my family, and have
novcr called a doetor for any lung
.trouble. Wo could not keep house
S. 11. Wai.kkii, druggist,
Calamus, Clinton Co., Iowa.
"Mr. J. J. Lagrange a leading drug
gist, of Avoea, Nebraska, says : ' 1
nave been engaged hi the salu of drugs
' and medielnes for the past twenty-olgnt
years, and during that time have sold
many dl.'lerent cough procurations, but
1 have luWersold or bundled any cough
medicine that gave as perfect satisfac
tion, to all in v customers, as Chaniber
lainV Cough Ileiuedy. I consider it a
specilic for croup and nil throat and
lung complaints of children. I know
of cases of snasmodie croup where the
life of a child has been saved by the
timely uo of this medicine. It Is very
inleifant to tako which Is one of the
-.important requirements when a cough
'nuidy is intended for small children "
'Curtice Si Thiers' Music Store,
207 South 1 1 tb Street.
HEYMAN & DEICHES,
1618-1520 Fnrnum Ht., 'Now Puxton Mock,
SUIT and FUR HOUSE.
In The West
Wo uro now Introducing ninny now novel
dies In Full and Winter Weur, and would re-
spectrally Invito our Lincoln friends to call
mint see tliu now line Just ouucil.
ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS
And as such ran offer lator styles at lower
prices than any house west of Chicane 11 fact
wo'U tako plfiisuro In proving to Mucolnltc.
CALL AND SEE US WHEN IN OMAHA.
Wo can '.low you a lino lino of Cloulcs,
Drossosituu Furs tlutt lurpitss auytliluii you
liavo over noon In tlio entire went. It will pity
you to tako a trip to Omiilut to sue us, If you
want anything nice Inour line.
tMail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
It takes three thlnR to mnkon comic Valen
tino -pn'r, Ink and a long haired hU Ona
thing morn Is needed to innkp n sentimental
valontlno, iohio satin or HHgm work of vari
ous design Perhaps tho largest factory In
tlio world Is located In Brooklyn About
SO.OOO.OOO valentines, comic and otherwise,
aro turned out In this factory In tbo course of
Lot us tako a look at valentine tanking.
Tho many operations through which valen
tines muw licforo Uiot aro roody to bo de
livered to tho retailor aro Interesting. Tho
flrst lloor of tho factory Is occupied by papor
cutting and etntKWKlug machines. Tho jwipsr
on which valentines nro prtntttl U received
from tho manufacturer direct and Is not In n
condition for uso. It must Iwcut In pieces,
4 liy i$4 feet, and on which aro ntntnped six
teen cotnla vnlcntltv. After being cut, tho
pnKr Is taken to tlio second Moor and printed.
Three hundred out of tho four hundred em
ploye In tho factory nro women nnd girls.
Whllo tlio majority of tho work Istlono by
skilled lalwr, somo denrtinciits are operated
wholly by umehhiery
On tho sixth, or top, floor half a dozen art
ists draw the pictures used In valentines and
toy hooks. Alter a drawing Is made
and nUotouranliod tho usual course (11
uiaklng process cuts Is followed, hut
It uiUituotboiiup)osel that n videnttuo can
Ik) struck olf complete by one Impression. In
somo cases valentines mas through no less
than a dozen Impressions. Knch impression
adds a diiruront shade or color to tho picture
Tako for example u drawing of n machinist
nt work. Tho man's hut Is red, his fneo nnd
arms nro pink, his hair and mustache nro bluo,
with it tlugoof Mack, thonpreu audtablonro
yellow, tho trou-sors aro green, while Ida idiom
uro bluo with a tinge of black.
Sentimental valentines aro uindo of fancy
(apcr and satin Tho plates mss through tho
same process ns comic Tho handsome, hlghl
perfumed valentines, which tho languishing
sw nln pays from fcl to 3 for, nro hand uilutod,
or, as tho 8U'rlntcnlent Mild, touched up.
Tho touching up process conslbts or artistically
daubing mlnt hero and there about tho outer
surface of tho Valentino, Theo hasty strokes
result in Uouers, picture descriptive of tho
billings of turtlo doves aud pastoral scenes.
Now wo como to tho poet. Chaucer, Shakes
peare, Milton, Tennyson or any of tho bright
galaxy of bards is now lioro compared to this
one. Ho gets a weekly salary, and ho can
grind out ioctry by tho yard, by tho rod, by
tho uillo. Thfcy say valentine twetry Is dllll-
cult to mako, but, bleat you, thU fellow rolls
It off llko a muclilno. In blx mouths ho has
written '-',000 eomie nnd 600 sentimental
"Many nro tho oeta that nro sown by nature.
Men eiiduHcd Kill) highest Kills,
Tho vlnluii mid tuo f acuity tilt iuu,
Yet lacklu the accomplishment of verso. '
lint this fellow Isn't troubled with anything
of that sort- His verses may not Iw polUhcd
thoy aro just verses. Necessarily this poot
must Imvo bomo system about Ids work. In
spiration may bo u llnt class thing for a bard
who has sumo 0110 to foot his bills, but in
spiration never put butter on a man's bread;
or, In fact, furnished him with any bread at
alL So our Valentino jxxjt, who U obliged to
turn out so much fiootry n day, necosNirlly
must do it like 11 machine.
Ho probably writes his comic valentines
something like this: First, ho thinks ot a
subject w bleb must bo 0110 of a cIusm tuuiiliur
to ovcry one. Tor instance, 11 barber. Thou
ho thinks of tomo failing i.i his subject with
which every one is familiar. A barber will
talk, and every ouo knows It. A comic val
entine must, of courso, bo a Joke on tho sub
ject, so it must refer in a bort of hulf satiri
cal, half comical way to bis failing. It must
contain souio slang to mako it a trillo spicy,
and must bo perfectly intelligible to ovcry
one So tho Valentino poet will run ULj lin
gers through bis hair, tako a deep breath,
and ovolvo a comic valentine 0:1 tho barber
in about Hvo minutes, us follows: A barber
will talk talk, talk. No, that wou't do.
Let mo see, must cut his talk short short,
sort, sport. That's it, aud hero it is:
TO THE llAttUEIt.
Sloro huppluess of etery sort
Woul 1 lu jour cart bUure,
Ynu tulUnlitu old hair oil sport,
If juii would hut 011 enre,
And cut your stale old chestnuts short
Asbometlmus you cut hair.
Looks easy enough, don't It?
Try It nnd seo.
Scutlineutul valentines aro harder to grind
out. Thoy must contain somo dollcato Bcntl
nicnt, uud our poet must transport himself in
spirit into a lover, Tho most prevalent Valen
tino usually wind's up with tho words.
"And bo my Valentino," but this is getting
to bo pretty old. About tho only words that
can bo used to rhyino with valentine aro pine,
design, sign, lino, flno, ontwlno, wino, dine,
rccliuo. For Instonco tako tho first word,
plno. It tukes tho poot about three miuutcw
to grind out tho following:
Oh maiden fair, with golden hair
(Share, pair, care, rare).
For you with lorn I pine,
Oh wlU you grant that blessing rare.
And be my Valentino.
If this uercu'tsoold It might do, but tho
poot must strlko something a llttlo more
original. So ho turns to Cupid. Of courso,
nothing really now can bo written, but ho can
clotho an old chestnut In a now burr, so to
speak. So Cupid cornea to tho front onco
more. Cupid is always associated with an
arrow, but uothlng will rhymo with nrrow,
except wheelbarrow, which word wouldn't
do at all; marrow, which is equally bad, far
row or harrow, which are worse, and care
oh, which isn't good, becauso It's two words,
Rn tlin IiWlt. tltl-na hl IflHWI Intn n ,lnf
whlch rhymes with art and heart, and
evolves tho following t
I stoto Into a wood oae day
To learn young Cupid's art;
I crept up where be sleeping lay,
And took from him a dart;
In this, my Talentlne, I pray
Twill touch your maiden heart.
It seems ridiculous, don't It, to put such
hallowed things as the god of love, lore
iiseu, valentines ana tho rest Into a machine
aud grind them out! Out that's what our
poet lias to da Out It Is pleasant to think
that tlio versos which aro ground out with
such regularity by tho poor fellow have
pity on bun aro sont by lovers all over tho
land with such gonulno sincerity that, though
thoy are muclilno mado aud warranted not to
corrode or rust, thoy nevertheless carry their
sentiment with them, and do 11 great deal to
help poor Cupid in tl.o task which tlio little
follow has set for himself. T. M.
The Cumlu Vuleiitlne Fiend.
Ho flourishes still, tbocoiuic Valentino fiend.
Ills idea of the most exquisite pleasure in
Ufo is to outrago your delicate self with somo
ridiculous carlcaturo of your personality.
Aro you a llttlo "near f" Ho will bond you
a wretched verso and a worso cut of a miser.
Aro you inclined to bo portly Ho will or
asperate you with a beastly cut of a fat mon
ster and a disgracefully comic motto.
Perhaps you aro slender I Then ho doe
you up with a picture of a scrawny being
and somo exceedingly thin rhymo. '
Maybe your hair isn't so luxurious as it
once wasr Then lo plctorlally calls you
Perchauco you wear glasaoal You are
pictured as "Old Specs."
Away with this self supposed funny crea
ture, who desecrates the day sacrtxl to amor
ous rhyme aud languishing chromatlo lithog
raphy! Let us none of hint Let all thin
raeu, fat men, bald men, weak eyed men,
economical men, all men, in fact, for all have
irmTored, Join hi 0:11 grand cnisndo for tho ex
termination of tho comic valentine llend.
MAGAZINES AT CLUB RATES.
Look nt the I.Ut.
Tim publisher will eliib tho CAl'lTAt. City
CoimiKit with any reputable pnpor, lurnlnli
liiK two papers nt it very small advance over
the prlco usually churned for one, ArrnuKo
monts Imvo been mado to club with the fol
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may nine bo had In connection with any of
tlioothorlendliiKtiiiiRitr.liies and periodicals,
If youcoiitetiiilato a trip to any Ktiropeun
H)lnt or Intend brpiglng friends from any
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Information to Ueo. A. Forosiuuii, Ag't., IIS
ArllrlrK if Incorporation
Made and adopted this tfith. tiny of Novem
ber, In the year of our lArt! (inn tlinumuul
elKht liuiidrod and eluhty.nluht, by and be
tween Inline M. Hiivmonil. Lewis (Irt'tcory.
Audrett H, llawyer. Hllus If. Ilitriiliain and
M. Ii KitNtcrday, lucormirators, as follows,
Article I. The inline of this corporation
shall Iwtliu American KxcIiiiiiko Hank
Articled Tlio prlnelpal place of trammel
liiK the bUMlni'HH of this corporation shall be
lit tho city of Lincoln, Iiueaster county, No
briiKka. Attlelua. Tho Keneral nature of the busl-
iicsh to ln traiiHitcted liv this corporation
shall ho tho loaiiliiK upon npproved wcurltlcH
oftho money, cither bcloiiuliiir to I he said
corporation or entrusted to It for such pur
pones nit incuts or hrokors, the receiving of
moiiicM on tiepiiHii. tlio litiymil anil soiling or
e.xehaiiKe, cola, bullion and iieKotloiinlilo pa-
perofall Idnils, the muklmt of coIIccIIoiih,
iho buyliiK, Hellliiff and holdlne of real estate,
nnd generally niicIi other IiiihIiicss as Is iihii
ally done by like itKHoelatloiiit.
Article 4, The amount of capital stock
shall bo oun hundred thiiiiHaud (ftno.onu)
tlollars, which Khali be paid lu nt tho tlmo and
upon the conditions followliiK, to wit: Fifty
(50) ler cent of sitlil capital stock, iimouiitliii;
to Fifty 'i'limmiiiid (fio.000.00) Dollars, shall bo
paid In at the eoiiitiinncemunt of luiHlncN:
and certificates of stock Issued for snine, ninl
the balance of Ilfly per cent of sitld capital
Htook shall bo liald when at such times an
shall ho ordered by the directors of said cor
(Miration. Anyono falling to pay his iikm-hs-inent
within thirty (ftU) days after written
notice, shall forfeit all future rlitht to do so.
Hald stock shall be IhsiiimI In Hhcres of one
hundred (100 00) dollars each, translorrnblo
only on tho books of tho corporation and
holders nro entitled to ono votoforcitch share
held at all ineetliiKS of said corporation, or
stockholders, which may bo cant cither lu
erson or by written p roxy.
Artlclori. Thotiinoof commencement of
this corporation shall ho December 1st, A. I).
ISSrt- unit Its termination shall bo December
Article (I. The blithest amount of Indebted
uesH or liability to which this corporation
shall at any tlmo subject Itself shnll ho not
mom than two-thirds of its capital stock ex
cept for deposits.
Article 7. At any regularly called meeting
of the Htockholders, tho capital stock of tho
association mav bo Increased to two hundred
thotlKitnd CJOO.dtO.OO) dollars.
ArlloloH. Whenever an Increaso of stock
shall ho determined upon, In accordance with
article 7, It shall bo tho duty of thn directors
tocnusu all stockholders to I mi not I Mod there
of In writing. Hitch stockholders Hhall be en
titled to shares of the now stock In propor
tion to the number of shares ho nlrecdy owns,
hut If any stockholder falls to subscribe und
pay for said stock for tho space or thirty (110)
days, bis rluht to tho new stock shall ho
waived, and the board or directors shall do
termlno what disposition shall bo mado of
Article t). Tho olllcers by whom tlio affairs
of this corjvorutlon are to bo conducted shall
lien president, a vice-president, a citKhlur, an
usNlxtitntcuMhirr, and live or morn directors.
Article 10. Tho prt'Hldciit shall hold his
olllco for tho year for which tho directors of
which ho slinll bo a member nro elected, and
until his successor Is elected. Iho olllcers
hall bo elected and perform such duties ns
mav be prescribed In the by-laws ndopted by
Article II. These Incorporatorsshall ho thn
directors till thp llrst aiiiiual meelliu; of thn
stockholders ThcKourtlcles may boaiiicndod
nt any mectliik' of tho stockholders by a two
In witness whereof, the said Isaac M. Hay
mend, U'wIsdrcKory, Andrew .1. Hawycr, HI
lasll. Hurnliain.aiid M. L. Knsteinlay havo
hereunto Hiihocrlhcd their iinino as lncorior
liters, this 1Mb day of November, A. D. JrNt.
In presencoof J. M. Iletts. ........
SILAS II. liUllNIIA.M,
MlONKli LKWIH (lltnoOUY,
1 ' A..I.HAWYKH,
M. L. HAHTKUDAY.
LANOAHTKIl COUNTY I""'
On this 15th day of November, A. I), lww,
before mo, tho undersigned, a notary public,
duly commissioned and qualified for, and re
sldlnglntho said county, personally came
Isuuo M. ltnymond, I-ews Gregory, Andrew
J. Sawyer, Hllus II. llurnham and M. L
Kasterdav, to mo known to bo thn Identical
porno ns whoso names aro subscribed to tho
foregoing Instrument as liieordorators, nnd
they severally acknowledge tho execution of
said Instrument to bo their v
In witness whereof, I bavo hereunto set
my hand and ntllxril my olllclal seal tho tlay
and year last abovo written.
(hkai. J.M. IIktth, Notary Public.
Notice of Incorporation,
Numo of Corporation:
Lincoln Havings Hank, and Hufe Deposit
Place of Iluslncs:
Naturuof lluslncss to bo transuded:
Hecclvlng money on deposit aud paying In
terest oh tho slime; routing boxes In vaults of
tho bank, and n general Havings Hank and
Hafo Deposit business.
Amount of Capital Htock authorized and time
and conditions on which It Is to tio paid In :
Capital Stock 12W.0U0 In Hhares offftsi each.
To bo paid In, ton per cent at 'late of subscrip
tion and tho remainder when called for by
tho Hoard of Directors.
Time of Commencement and Termination of
Commenced. Novwnbor 10th, 1SH8, and ex
pires November loth, IIUS.
lndebtottnoi: Highest Amount of Indebted-
ness or Liability to which tho Corporation
Is at any Time to HuhjHct Itself:
Not to o.xceetl SiVM) at any tlmo, except In
debtedness to Its depositors anil for money
borrowed to pay Its depositors lu ease of an
fly What Olllcers the A flairs of tho Corpora
tion aro to bo Conducted:
lly a Hoard of Directors con luting of nine
(0) stock holders. Tho olllcers to comprise a
President, Vlcc-1'resldcnt, Hecrotary and
Notice Is herebv itlvcn that by virtue of an
execution Issued by the Clerk of tho District
Court oftheHecoud Judicial District of Ne
braska, within and for Uincaster County, lu
an action wherein (. K. Hector Is Hainan,
aud John Kucoru Is Defendant, I will nt i
o'clock 1', M., on tho 4th day of Mnrch, A. D.
IHMl, at the front entrance to the District Court
rooms lu tho City of Lincoln, Lanoanter
County Nebraska, oiler for sale at public mic
tion tho following described real estate, to
wit: IxitNo. seventeen (17), Block No. four, (4),
in Irvjnes Second addition to Lincoln, Idtn
coster County, Ncbranka.
uiven tiiiuer my iiumi tins tit nay ui jau-
voluntary act and
H. M. MKLICK.Hherirr.
THE DRY GOODS CLERK.-
Jioland Itwd'a great Dudo Song, as sung in his laughing success " Oheek."
Arr. by MAX FEHRMANN.
Tempo di Valte.
Wordn and Muslo by JOHN do
' "'" " I " ' "
U- ij U- -J" '
work lu an up town
!a dim thoy como from
Uo hind (no rlb-bon coun-tor I
To buy all their dry goods from
1 wont to a largo o ccan ho
ttio i,n Somo-
coun tor Is near tho
times I gUncoely-ly and
poo . plo eatd, " Ilo'n an a
b1(( front door,
whisper, " My dear,"
rl to cntt,"
And cur goods aro tho boat In tho
Whllo thoy say," Ho'a on sweet as can
Whilo tho frlrlfl said," Wo know ho'a a
n well.". ......
I atnnd In on up town storo,
I'to been In the busl-nrm bo foro, I'm a
fsf4-J-- i r ' I J -;
f-if r J,'J,ir r r-t-p-p-M
goodjudgoof col - ore, Know how to mako crul-brs, And the girls, well, I aim ply a dors.
at -M X X-
Spoken apter FinsT Versb. What ia it, Madam ? Stockings ? Right this way solid colors ? Fifty
cents a pair two pairs ? Ono dollar, plcaso cash I fourtcon I Hurry cash I Am a judgo of
colors ? I should think so, for Cliorua:
Spoken after Second Verse. Yes, thoy say, "I'm real cuto," and thoy always como to mo for tho
latest cooking rccoipt, or to And out what kind of dresses woro worn at tho last ball. IIow can 1
toll tho stylo ? becauso Chorus:
Spoken aimer Third Versu. Oh I I was having a really lovoly timo for Ma brought mo ovor fourtcon
pairs of kid glovos from Paris, thrco diamond Btuds, and tho loveliest lot of Itoman Bcarfs you over
Eaw, and no ono suspected I ovor worked, whon ono day I unfortunately got into an nrgumont with
Floronco and somo of tho girls about tho color of a ribbon, and I said, it's bluo thoy said, it'g
black ; and I said I know it's bluo, for Chorus:
AmoioAy Puns Aisocutiom, New Yook.
Copyright, 1889, by John Do Witt.
A New Piece of Music
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