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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, AUGUST io, 1889.
THE DURLINQTON EXCURSIONS.
3Illmikp, Wis., National Knenmpment
O. A. It.
Round trip tickets nt 1M0 will bo mi Mle
August 31 to 'J3, lnclulvc, goal for return
until SeptemW .TO under certain conditions.
Ticket, nro good by Inko or rnll Iwtwwn
Chlcngo and Mllwnukt. Pullman leeprs,
' tourist cnr and free recllnliiR cbnlr cum nnd
tiny conche will run through to Mllwnuk.o
on rlnl train. It is imwrtatu tnnt i-nny
nppllcntlon bo ntwle, iw the number of Pull
man as well as tourist eleopers l limited.
Further Information nt II. & M. depot or
city oIUpo, corner O nnd Tenth strweU.
KKinxr.ru. a. n. iikunion.
AuRiist 13 to 10 tho II. & M. will soil tick
ets to Kenrnoy nnd return nt ono fnre, good
to return to August IS.
Another hnrvest oxcurslon Cheaper and
bottcr thnn over. Only $30 for round trip,
Halt Lako nnd Ogdcn, or $35, Hnlloy, Idaho,
nnd rtturn, Rood thirty days with stop over
privilege". Hnlf rates will nlso be In effect
on nbovo (Into to points In Nebraska, Kansas,
Colorado, Montana, Utah, Idaho nnd Wyom
ing. You cannot afford to miss thses oxcur
nlons, wpetlally that to Salt Lako, ns It In
.eludes n visit to the "lleo IIIvo" and "Lion
House," (tho residence of tho lato Hrlgham
'Young) tho great Mormon templo, tabornn
clo nnd nsxomhly hall.
Tho wonderful scenery of tho Hlack canon,
Marshall imts, Hoyal gorge, Monltou and
Garden of tho God, nil of this nt a rate hnnl
ly exceeding 1 cent n mile. Call ut I). & M.
depot, or city olllce for full particulars.
A. C. Ztr.MKii,
C. P. & T. A.
Mat. McCnbo, of Now Brunswick, 111,,
offers to pay five dollars to any person
troubled with bloody flux, who will tnko
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and diarrhoea
Remedy nccordlng to directions nnd does not
got well In tho shortest possihlo time. One
half of a 2.1 cent bottle of this remedy cured
. him of bloody flux, nfter ho had tried other
medicines nnd tho prescriptions of physiclnns
without boneflt. Mr. McCabo Is jwrfoctly
safe In making this offer, as more thnn a
thousand tattles of this remedy nro sold eaoh
day and it has nover been known to fail In
any caso of colic, cholera morbus, dysentery,
dlarrliooa or bloody flux, when tho plain
printed directions woro followed. For salo
by O. L. Shrador, druggist.
There was a tcrrlblo epidemic of dyvmtory
and bloody flux In Poo county, Illinois, last
summer. As many ns five deaths occurred
In ono day. Messrs. Walter Hrathors, of
Waltorsburg, sold ovor 3S0 bottles of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea
Romedy during tins epidemic and say thay
never heard of it's falling In any case when
tho directions woro followed. It was the
only medicine usod that did euro tho worst
cases. Many persons wero cured by It after
tho doctors had jlven them up. 25 and 50
cont bottles for salo by O. L. Shrador,
O. A. It. Kururnlon to Mllunukre, Win.
Tho twenty-thlnl National Encampment of
the Grand Anur orTHEllcrunMO will bo
heldnt Wlwukeo during tho last week In
Tho oxcurslon rates from all points on tho
lines of tho Chicago, .Uitwankeo & St, Paul
Railway to Afllwaukeo and return, will bg
one faro for the round trio half rato In each
direction. Children between tho ago of live
and tnelvo years at half excursion rates. The
sale of tickets will commenco on Augtist 2 1st,
and continuo until August 23th Inclusive.
Tickets will bo good only for continuous
going passage to Jfitwaukeo nnd will not bo
good going later In any event than August
31st and will bo good for return asage,
leaving Milwaukee on any dato lietween Au
gust 37th and September 5th, 18M, inclusive,
with tho understanding that If tho holders of
such excursion ticket desire to make "side
excursions" from Milwaukee to points beyond
In any direction, thoy can, by surrendering
their return coupons for safe keeping to the
Joint ngeut of tho termluat lines, who will
havo an rfT (to bo hereafter located) nt Mil
waukee and Chlcngo for the r urposo of ar
ranging thews details, havo them honored to
original starting point where tlckots was pur
chased (by proper endorsement nt Milwaukee)
and Chicago until September 30th, 18S'J.
Theo tickets returning will bo honored by
tho Goodrich lino of lako steamers If sa de
sired. No signatures will bo required at Mil
waukee to secure return paingo on tho lino
of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
way on ticket limited for use until Septem
lor 5th, 1SS9, Inclusive. This arrangement
will undoubtedly provo very satisfactory,! ns
It will prevent uny unueoesxnry delay in get
ting away from Jfllwnukeo nsfnst as trains
can be dispelled, ns well ns for parties dos
Irlng to stop over In Chicago returning Tho
finest dining cars In tho world nro run over
tho Chlcngo, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rnllwny,
and nple accomodations for nil will bo prov
ided either on dine in or in tho comHiny's
spacious dining halls along tho route.
Jno. E. JfcCLUiiE,
Western Pass. Agt.C. M. tc St., P. Ry,
1501 FarnamSt., Omaha, Neb.
Wo havo n largo stock of Canopy top Sur
reys, Phaetons, light buggies, etc., on hand
and are making very low prices on nil our
work. If you are contemplating the pur
chase of a carriage of any kind, como anil seo
us. Will tnko your old buggy in exchango at
its fair cash vnluo, Camp Brothers, corner
10th and M.
Families not already supplied should loose
no time in procuring a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy.
It is the only romedy that can always be de
pended upon for bowel complaint in all its
forms, 25 and 50 cent bottles for sain by O .
L. Shrador, druggist.
Tho choicest brand of cigars, the finest
fruit nnd confectionery and tho various flnv
ors of puro ico cream may bo found nt Mor
ton & Lelghty's now store, 1130 N street.
Buy your coal of tho Whitebreast Coal and
Limo Co., nnd it will nl ways bo well screahed,
full weight, best quality and at right prices.
Two I.ucky Mn.
Having been asked many times regarding
my fortunate investment lit tho Itoulstann
State Lottery. I do not object making a state,
ment concerning it, said A. Keller, as our ro
orter asked for a statement. Some time
since I was a member of a club for ono mouth
nnd sent n couple of riollnr to tho Imlslann
State lottery, but without drawing nny
prlto. This time I sent ono dollar in my own
nam, and received onn-twcutloth of ticket
No. !U,'.N in return. This ticket drew tho
third capital priro of $50,000. I sent my
ticket for collection nnd within flvo days I
receUed a draft on tho Rank of Commerce of
St, Imis for 3,500. I have not ud tho
money yet. I am well pleased with my in
vestment of ono dollar. Of course I am de
lighted. I havo determined to Invest this
money In real estate, and hope to double It
by another tortuuato Investment. The lot
tery coniny certainly dealt fairly with me,
and I shnll (wtroulrs them ngnln. kimur
Mo.) Democrat, Juno 14.
Shortly Itcforo tho May drawing of tho
Umlslnun Htnto Lottery company, John
Shultz. a driver of n slon wncou. tmrchnsed
ono-twentletli of ticket No. !19,17, which
drew on May 14, $100,000. Tho tlrk.t wns
placed with tho Snllnn Nntlonal bank on May
20 for collection, and on Mny 31, tho bank
imid to Shultz $5,000. Ho has Ii-xjII in tho
habit of investing ench mouth for some tlmo
pint, nnd nt last has rsnllzcd Ids drvnm of
A ItA.tff t lf.ll Ml (in., fiipfii M...1I f.,l.'Ail ttllt
soon bo in tho ossmIou of John Hliultx, the
siop wagon driver, as no siaioti io a jcrjiuw i
rdu represeuUtlvothat ho was now negotiat
ing to exchnugn his $5,000 for n homo In his
oldngo. Sulimi (ATim.) HeputiUain JuneO.
Hut seot lto stnrtsl What heard he then?
That dreadful shout 1 Aciohs the glen
From tho land-side It comes nnd loud
Rings through tho chimin!
It Is his wife. Hhe nays, "Oh John,
Our Quaker Oats are nenrly iionoj
And I forgot, when at tho store,
Ho sure nnd stop and Kotsotno more."
Will You Kndorse Our Work.
Through our representations nnd nssuraneo
of appreciation by our eltlrous wo linvo so
cured totheiu a uompetltlvo first clnss train
between Lincoln Mild Chlcnito,
As representatives of our lino nnd as your
follow cltltans we personally solicit tho pnt
ornngeofall whoso necessities or Inclinations
demand such service nnd who deslro Its cou
tlnuanco Wo do not ask you tonncrlftco nuyromfitrtor
pleasure to do into favor hut Invito you to
accept, all tnlnvsconslilorod, the best service
going nt present.
Plainly stated, our train leaves Lincoln
dally nt0:30p. m., mukes tho run to Chicago
In soventecn and one-half hours, carries a
through palaco sleeper from Lincoln nnd a
dining car from tho river, lly this train pa
trons reach I'lttsburg In thlrty-Dvo nnd ono
half hours, Daltlmoro nnd Philadelphia In
forty-six nnd n qunrtor, Washington, forly
soven; Now York, forty-eight nnd n half;
Huimio thirty-six and lloston In fifty-two,
which Is several hours less than via other
lines. Blooper accommodations reserved In
advance 40 destination points.
O. N. Foiikhman, Agent Northwestern
Lino. F., i:. A M. V. U. It.
A. H. Piki.dino, City Ticket Agent, 115
Drown fs ready to servo bauimets, wedding
collations and other spreads on short notice.
WALNUT PARK .
ADDITION TO LINCOLN.
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These Lots for sale at a low price and on easy terras. Apply to
McBRIDE & BELL,
107 S. nth-st., .... LINCOLN, NEB.
M NEW THING.
The old Spencer Homestead on R street, between Thirtieth and Thirty-second, NOW
ON THE MARKET. Is has just been platted as
We are prepared to make loans to parties buying lots which will enable them to build.
Loans made in all parts of the City. A full line of Insurance both Fire and accident. Call
nnd see us before making loans.
McBRIDE & BELL.
Written expressly for Tho American Press Association,
No. 1. COQUETRY.
Dy ORACE HITCHCOCK.
Copyrlglil, IMO, by John do Witt.
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All the Latest and most I'opulnr Musical Compositions
mny be found at
CURTICE & THIERS,
LEADING MUSIC DEALERS
207 SOUTH 11th STREET.
Large Stock of the lcntjlng American mnde Guitars.
I'lano Tuning nnd P.cpalrlug promptly nttended to.
We are Disposing of Our Entire Stock of
Boots, Shoes and Slippers,
PREPARATORY TO VACATING
Our present place of business, and will make it an object for anyone wishing an article of
footwear to examine our prices. Our goods comprise only the best grades from the
leading factories, and even the cheapest arc perfect fitters.
1129 O STREET.
1134 O STREET
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