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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, i88cj
A LESBON FROM NATURE.
How to dure a Oold.
A IUIUKOT IN WHICH WK AUK AU. MOItK
OK I.I'.SS 1NTKICKSTKI).
To euro n cold quickly It must bo
properly treated us soon ns thu llrst
symptoms uppoar. Da you know tho
first symptoms? If not, you will tin
r doubtcdly rcinoiubor bavins thoni nt
numerous times and Hint you (ltd not
consider thuiu at nil serious or ovon
worthy o( your attention. Thoy nro
a dry loud cough, n tliln wlilto coating
on tuo tonguu and a profuse wutorln;;
discharge from tho nose. Any ono or
more of those symptoms Is natures way
jf tolling people they have taken cold,
and gives tlioin atnplo time to cure it
within two days if they duslro to. Tho
frfo uso of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy will rostoro tho system to a healthy
condition within that time. If however
tho cold is neglected and allowed to
bocomo settled in tho system several
days or ovon a week may bo required
to effect n cure, as nature must then
take its course and all that can ho done
is to aid nature hi freeing the system of
tho cold, which is best noeouinfishcil by
usinir Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It will open the secretions and loosen
mid relieve the cold in less time than
any other medicine or treatment; It
Booms to undermine u cold and incom
pletely eradicate It from tho system, as
ovidonco of its superior ONcellonco, we
refer to the following testimonials of
" people well known anil respected at
their several places of residence.
Tho general expression of those who
have used Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy is "It is tho best I ever tried."
W. II. Rtt.KV, Stanford, 111.
I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for eight years and It has given
universal satisfaction to my customers
1 uso no other in my family, anil have
never called a doctor for any lung
trouble. Wo could not keep house
S. I). Wai.ki:ic, druggist,
Calamus, Clinton Co., Io
Mr. J. J. Lairraniro a loadluir drug
gist, of Avoca, Nebraska, says ; I
nave been engaged in tho sale of drug
and medicines for tho past twenty-eight
years, and during that time have sold
many dill'erent cough preparation-., hut
1 have never sold or handled any cough
incdiuino that gave as perfect satisfac
tion, to all inv customers, as Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. I consider it a
fqiccilio for croup and all throat and
lung complaints of children. I know
of cases of spasmodic croup where the
life of a child has been saved by the
timely use of this medicine. It Is very
pleasant to take which is ono of the
important requirements when a cough
oimxly is intended for small children "
Piano 1 Organ
Curtice & Tillers' Music Store,
207 South 1 1 tb Street.
HEYMAN & DEICHES,
1518-1G20 Ffirnnm Bt.,Now Pnxton Mock,
SUIT and FUR HOUSE.
In The Wrst
Ve nro now Introducing ninny nowanovel
tics In Fnll and Winter Wear, mid would re-
spcctfully Invite our Lincoln friends to cull
mid seo the new lino Just opened.
ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS
And ns niicIi cm oiler Inter styles nt It wur
jirlces tlinn nny house west of rhleuito .i fuel
we'll tnku pleasure In proving to Miu-oIiiIIch,
CALL AND SEE US WHEN IN OMAHA.
Wo ciiu '.low you ii lino lino of (Monks,
Drosses niiu Furs that lurpns iiuytlilni; you
linvo ever soon In tho entire went, It will pay
you to taken trip to Omaha to eo us, If you
want any tlilnis nice In our Hue.
Vail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
M.mM: $ Mflili Mill
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BOORS AND PERIODICALS.
THE FEBRUARY MAGAZINES AT HAND.
IntcrontliiK Hatch of I.ltrriituro .leal
llocolvrd by tlio "Courier. '
A volume- of very mrc Interest will lie the
"Essays, Ilcliglous, Boclnl, Political," by
Dnvld Atwood Wnsson, soon to lie issued
from the press of Ioo & Hlieiaril, lloston.
Tho liook will Include nu autobiographic
sketch written hi vigorous and Interesting
language, nnd a biography of Mr. Wnsson, by
Ills friend nnd conteniixirnry, U. 11. r mining-
limn, Mr. Wnsson was ono of tho most pro
found men of his dny, nnd his essays nnd
poems will find n perninncnl place In litera
ture. The render will l captivated by tho
terse stylo of this work, nnd the learning and
thought which Mr. Wnsson gnvo to Id essays.
Captivated also by tho nneommon story of
his life, and by Mr. Frotldtighiiiu'ii truthful
nnd nblo niemolr of ono of Now Kiiglaud's
cleaivst thinkers. Tho recent publication of
n volume of Mr. Wnsson'. ihh'iiib brought to
mind afresh thu grand work of this philanth
That peer of tho monthlies, Sertbnn' for
Fehurnry Is on our tnble, bright nnd Interest
ing ns ever. One never grows old rending
such excellent literature nnd time Hies while
scnnnlng Its ninny lienutlful engrnvlugs nnd
the numerous excellent articles that are found
within Its covers. The front-pieco Is n lino
portrait of Walter Hcott, which is followed
by a fnltliful pnper oi tlio renowned writer,
by MesMiiii K. II. Woodiuff n".(t Andrew 1).
Wlilto. Robert Louis Stevenson contributes
another section of his iwimliir story entitled
"Tho Master of Unllnntrne." A plenslng
work Is tho "Old Viiuxhnll Onnlens"hy Austin
Dohsou, Illustrated from prints colloctcd by
tho ntithor. Horo nro shown some very
pretty nutlipie ouUloor scenes nnd tho piece
Is full of interest. "Emergency Men" by
Oeorgo Jessop is of sulllcetit merit to enter
tain nil who rend it. There nro soveral other
well written and artistically Illustrated pnp
ors, all of which go to keep Sribncr In tlio
KSltlon It has acquired lu tlio literary world.
Clins. Scrlhncr's Bon Publishers Now York.
Sold by nil news dealers.
Tnble Talk's cheerful fnco looks up nt us
from among our oxchnngrs with a sort of a
siou which wo must reply to. Tho contents
are, as usual, varied and entertaining, own
ing with n serio-comic oem entitled "In tho
Drift," then Mrs. Horer follows with her tilth
installment of "How to Live on n Thousand
a Year;" after this como "How Mrs. Ruskln
Utilized the Odds nnd Ends;" Tilllo Mny For
ney's "Fnshlohnblo Luncheon nnd Tea Toil
ets;" nn Interesting pnper on "Cookery anil
Tublo Customs of the Ancients," by Joseph
Whttton; "Homo Decorntivo Work," by E.
S. L. Thompson, "Culinary Mnxlms," "Ways
for Women to Earn Money," Mrs. Itorer s
"Housekeeier's IumiirlcH," "0)en Letters,"
a "St. Valentino's Probblem," 'Tho Woman's
Excluingu Movement," and what Is now a
regular nnd iiniiortniit feature of iho mngn
zlno, n complete list of menus for every day
In the year. This list must help tho house
keoer to escnpo uiuny a pcrploxity, an end
which Mrs. Rorer's prncticnl knowledge, no
doubt, hnil in view. Tnhlo Tnlk Publishing
Co., 40.3, 40 mid -KM, Rnco St,, Fhilndclphlu.
$1.00 a year, lOe. single copy,
Drake's Magazine tor February opens with
n noteworthy article entitled, "Cold and Hot
Cash," describing tho workings of tho Now
York Assay Olllce. The articlo is fully Illus
trated. "Tho Littlo Fat Postman," by Flor
ence E. Pratt. Is n charming English dialect
iioeui and lo illustrated. Arthur H. Null tells
how tho Aztecs used to piny ball. "Val's
Valentino" is from tho lieu of S Ada Fisher.
"A Chapter of Accidents" Is nu ingenious
story by Edward Willet, Xenns Dime, C. N.
Hood, and Win. H. Sivltor, nro each repre
sented by a laughable skotch. "Skating
Horo niul hlsowhoro," by 8. E. Archer, Is
very timely. Drake's Mayazlno Is replete hi
every department with something to Interest
everybody. Ono dollar a yenr, ton cents a
copy. Drake, Publishing Co., 11 Frnnkfort
St., Now York.
The Art Itmifettr for Februnry gives two
colored plntcs, n chnriuing littlo moonlight
laudscapo and tho llrst of a series of fern de
signs for china decoration, Tho black nnd
whlto designs Include Easter decorations
llllles and ecclesiastical designs for dorsel and
banners; a lnrgo four-page design for a screen
panel tlio first of a sorles representing tho
seasons; designs for a pinto (orchids), two
salnd plates, a fish pinto nnd a Royal Worces
ter vaso, a striking iloiuilo-pago wild rose de
sign for a carved and perforated panel nnd a
pleasing tapestry decoration, nftor Uoucher,
"The Fountain of Love." Tho frontispiece is
a sjiecially Hue "Head of Creole." Tho prac
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color nnd tnjio.stry painting, Enstcr decora
tions nnd homo adornment. A second useful
lotter Is given addressed to a young lady who
asks "If she can lonrii china painting." Ama
teur photography, for lieglnnors, es)eclally,
recluves great attention. Articles of particu
lar interest nro tho "Hints from Japanese.
Homes," Mr. ICunz's talk obout Jade, thu re
view of tho Architectural Lengue's Exhibi
tion, "Uretn's Boston Letter, nnd, of course,
"My Note Hook " Price : cents. Montnguo
Minks, Publisher, ii') Union Sipinro, N. Y.
Tho Inst uuinlier of HV.sC .SViotv Mayitztne
contains engravings of tho publle buildings of
Oregon, Including tho capitol, iKMiltentlnry,
Insane asylum, etc., and other views in Salem,
tho capital city, accompanied by n lnrgo su-
lilemeutal sheet with portraits of members of
the legislature now lu session. A description
of Salem and that ortlon of the great WH
I llametto valley In which It Is situated Is a val
uable, feature of tho number. Tho very
! readable and Instructive articlo on the
I "flennlogy of Oregon," should ho carefully
perused by overyonu who would like to bo
j como informed on tho subject of the creation
of a great state of tho American union on
thu far western bonier of tho nation so long
tieforo tho lntcrmodlnte country wns re
deemed from tho wilderness. The West Shore
Is filled monthly with valuable Information
about tho entire northwest. 'S cents a copy,
by mail, to any address. L. Samuel, Publish
er, Portland, Oregon.
lliirvnii of Iiirnriiiiillon,
Two llajlon ltnjH Held it Winning Ticket
Two of the lueklext young men In tho city
of Dayton O., are Edinoud C. and Qeorgo C.
Alliert, who held tho one-twentieth of ticket
No. M,(U1, which drew tho first capital prizo
of 100,000 In tho drawing of thu Loulofiiun
State Lottery inndo in Now Orleans on thu
lilth of Novemlier. They have nlwnys lieon
honest and hard working. Their father, Cas
per Alliert, a resjiectnblo burlier, died several
yenra ngo nnd they have hard and uphill work
assisting their widowed mother to support tho
family. Daj ton (Ohio) Democrat, Deo. Oth.
llrown's enfo is now ojion day nnd night,
so that lunclres can lie had nt this popular re
sort nt any time.
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So 10th st.
Article of Incorporation
Made unit adopted this irth. dny of Novem
ber, lu the year of our liOrd olio tlioumind
eight hundred and Huhty.elyht, by and be
tween Iiniie M. Hayiiiond. Lewis Uregory.
Andrew H, ttnwyor. Hllus II. Iliiriihnui mid
M. I. Knslcnlay, lucorHirators, as follows,
Articlo i. Tho iiauie or this corporation
tihall I hi Iho American Exchange Hank
Artlclea. Tho principal plnce of trammel
lug tho IniHlneHsof IIiIn corpomtloii shall be
In the city of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Ne
braska. Articlo a. The general nature of the bitsl
liens to bo transacted liy IIiIn corpomtloii
shall be the loaning upon approved securities
of the money, either belonging to tho en Id
corMiratlon or entnihled lo It for such pur
poses ns ngents or brokers, tho receiving of
monies on deposit, tho liny lull nnd soiling of
exchange, coin, bullion and iiegotlouablo pa
perofnll kinds, the niuklng of collections,
iho buying, Holllnir and holding of real estate,
nnd generally niicii other IhinIiicns ns Is usu
ally done by like nsMoclntlons.
Article I, The amount of cnpltnl stock
slmll lie ono hundred thousand ($1IX),(XX)I
dollars, which nIiiiII be paid In nt tho time nnd
upon the conditions following, to wit! Flrty
(M) Per coat of said capital stock, amounting
to Fifty Thousand (fiO,(XX).()) Dollars, shall be
paid lu nt the commencement of business:
and certificates of stock Issued for same, and
tho balance of llfty percent of snld capital
stock shall bo paid when nt such times ns
shall bo ordered by the directors of snld cor
poration. Auyono falling to pay his assess
ment within thirty (TO) dnys after written
notice, shall forfeit nil future right to do so,
Hald stock shall bo Issued lu shcrcs of one
hundred (100 (XI) dollars encli, trnnslorrnblo
only on the books of the corporation nnd
holders nro entitled to ono vote lorcacn snare
held nt nil uicotlinrii of snld corporation, or
stockholders, wiiicn mny no cast oiiner in
erson or by written p roxy.
Articlo ii. The time or commencement, or
this corpomtloii shall bo December 1st, A, D.
1SH8- und Its termination shall bo Dcceinbur
1st, A. I). 11)13.
Article 0. Tho highest amount of Indebted
ness or liability to which this corporation
shall at any time subject Itself shall lie not
nioro than two-thirds of lis cnpltnl stock ox
cept for deposits.
Articlo 7. At nny regularly railed meeting
or the stockholders, the capital stock or tho
association mny bo Increased tu I wo hundred
thousand (mouO.OO) dollars.
ArlloleH. Whenoverun tnerenso of stock
shall ho determined upon, In nccordanco with
article 7, It shall bo thu duty of tho directors
toeauso nil stockholders to bo notified there
of In writing. Encli stockholders shall bo en
titled to shares or the new stock In propor
tion to tlio number or shnres ho alrecdy owns,
butir any stockholder falls to subscrlbo and
pay for said slock ror thu space or thirty (ao)
dnys, his right to tho now stock shall bo
waived, and the honrd or directors shall do
tcrmluo whnt disposition shall bo inndo or
Articlo I). The olllcors liy whom tho affairs
of this corporation are to bo conducted shall
ben president, a vice-president, n cashier, an
assistant cashier, nnd ilvo or nioro directors.
Articlo 10. Tho president shall hold his
olllce ror tho yenr for which thu directors or
which he shall bo n member nro elected, nnd
until his successor Is elected. Tho olllccrs
hull boolected nnd porform such duties as
may be prescribed lu tho by-laws ndopted by
Articlo 11. These incorporators shall bo tho
directors till the llrst annual meeting or tho
stockholders. Thesoartleles may boamended
nt any meeting or tho stockholders by a two
Di witness whereof, tho snld Isnno M. Itny
mond, U-wlsOregory, Andrew J. Hnwyor, Hi
las II. Ilurnliain.nnd M. L. Enstesnlay have
horcuuto subscribed their naino ns Incorpor
ators, this trail day or November, A. D, JMSS.
In presonco of .1. M. Ilctts.
ISAAC M. ItAYMOND
MKlNltn LEWIH OHIMJOKY,
A.. I. HAWVUIt.
STATE OF NEIIltAHKA (Rl.
LANUAHTKlt COUNTY bw
On this 15th day or November, A. I). 1SAS,
before mo, the undersigned, a notary public,
duly commissioned and iiiallfled for. and re
siding In tho kalil county, personally came
Isauo M. ItKymond, Lewis Gregory, Andrew
.1. Kawver, Silas II. llurnbani and M. L
lOiiBterdny, to.mn Known to be the Identical
persons whoso names are iiibserlbed to thu
forcL-oInc Instrument as liicordomtors, and
tliey hovornlly acknowledge tho execution of
said instrumeni to ue tiieir voiuinary acinuii
Di wltnesii wlinreof, I tutvo hereunto set
my hand and alllxed my olllclal seal thu day
and year last aiwive wrltlon.
sr.Ai.) .!. M. IIktts, Notary l'libllo.
Notice of Incorporation.
Naino of Corporation :
Lincoln Savings llauk, and Safe Depos.lt
Plnce of lluslness:
Nature of lluslness to bo transacted:
ltecelv lug money on deposit anil paylne In
terest on the same; renting boxes lu vaults or
thebauknnd a guncral Savings Hank and
Safe Deposit business.
Amount or Capital Stock authorized anil tlmo
and conditions on which It Is to lie paid In;
Cnpltnl Stock fiVl.rt (I 111 shares orilixloach.
To bu paid In ten per cent at dati of subscrip
tion and the remainder when called ror by
the I loan I of Directors.
Tlmo o( Commencement nnd Termination or
Commenced, November 10th, lts, mid ex
pires November loth, Itus.
Indebtedness Highest Amount of Indebted
ness or Liability to which the Corpuiatiou
Ik nt uny Tlmo lo Suhjiict Itself:
Not to exceed ?:5,(x) nt any time, except In
debtedness to Its depositors and for money
borrowed to pay Its depositors lu case of an
Ilv What Olllccrs the A flairs or the Corpora
Hon are to ho Conducted:
liy a Hoard or Directors con Istlng or nine
(tl) stock holders. The olllccrs to comprise n
i'resldeat, Vice President, Hecretiiry and
Notice Is hereby given tliut by virtue or an
execution Issued liy the clerk or the District
Court ortheSccond Judicial District or Ne
braska, within and for Lancaster County, In
an action wherein O. E, Hector Is I'lnlutttl',
and John Kucera Is Defendant, I will at a
o'clock l. M., on the ft ll dny or Mnrch, A. D.
1HM), at the front entrance to the District Court
rooms In tho City or Lincoln, Lancaster
County Nebraska, oiler ror sale at publle auc
tion tho following described real estntu, to
wit! Wit No, seventeen (17), llloek No, four, (4),
In Irvtnes Second addition to Lincoln, Lan
caster County, Nebraska,
(liven under my hand this 2Mb dny of Jan
1.W.51 H. M. MELIC1C, Hlicrltr.
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