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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, JULY s, ,390
Roberts & Co,
212 North i ith Street,
SHORTHAND IN TEN LESSONS.
Tin: cmiuinu's si'ikuai, oi.a's
Telephone. Olllco t-tj KeliU"tce I ,(
Open Day nml Nljjnt.
E, T. ROBERTS, Manager.
Palace Bath Shaving
Ladles and Children's Hair Gutting
COR u&OSTS., NEW IIUUU 1IIK
BERT E. BETTS,
JB . and TYPEWRITER
1134 N Bt. Ttl. 303
J. S. EATON,
Physician and Surgeon
Olllcei n6S. Ktcvcntli St.
Telephone: Ollkc 6S5. Residence 562,
1'rnotlco Limited to Disease oft ho
NervousSystem, Heart and Blood
Hon. Win. Lecse, Attorney (leucrnl.
Hon. T. I.. Norvnl. Assnclnto Justice.
Jones' National Hunk, Huu'nril.
Citizens' National Hunk, UIjkscm.
OrKiOKi 123 O Htrtet, I.INCOIiN', NKI1.
NORTH AND SOUTH
1044 O STREET.
E. B. SLOSSON,
City Passenger Agent
Loteria de la Beneflcencla publlca 1
State of Zacatecas, Mexico.
Asyndtcnto of capitalists Imvo secured tlic
concession lor nitrating thin
and will extend Its business throughout tlio
' United Htntes and ltrltlsh Coliunbln.
Below1 wlU Imj found n list oftlio prize which
will bo drawn on
July 23, 1890,
AT ZACATECAS, MEXICO,
nnd continue monthly thereafter.
100,000 Ticket ut tilO.no, lluhr
W.I. OO. Tenth., wl.OO. American
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MMM.KHOK 2.(10 nro...,,
10 I'ltlZKHOK l.OOOure....,
SOIMH.KHOK Joonre ,
2U0 l'M.KS OK 200 are
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WOl'HI.KSOF lWnre ...,,
150 PIU.EH OK 1150 nr....
160 l'KI.KH OK 1(0 are..,.
150 I'lUKS OK Hi nro,...
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8 lliiclc Imik hum holp biro wlinrlc Al.rnlmm innybnn.
5 )J ".I1 woro VT" wlno twl" ,,WI'H nnck tltilnii.
4 Option pitMlon Mnllon nopnration fnihton MdMcIaq
n Post conning ve goicd ngslnit tioaitcr lltintcr pun-
fl JjOttcr order fntlier wenllicr rtimber nnrhor.
poIimmi1 "oto glUo r"Kl11 ,lled hohUii bln,, Toll
8 Coati frclihti paint gift draft blend Btrnlned wend
0 Modo lend old sword mlddlo necdlo failed iourcd nt.
tempt loneeil. '
10 Cora Rail cull chart chill counterbalance clrcumtanco
" jr,;,rVelfMoCe??rTe,i1nnlr rM0Rn,I CM
A largo hook prcflxed to r, m, and n, Indicates , and r
when Joined lo J. L 1. A tick Joined to IL, g, I, r, tn, or
tr, exprcisos A. When hay cannot well bo written, n small
dot Is mod. 1.2. Asmall hook prcflxed to f, r,m, orn.ex.
proves ic. A largo w-book Is alio mod In tbo double con.
innants fir, ,, audpir. Seo L 3. A largo final book
lliillcatcs tho nyllables tlon, don, linn, iMon, etc. When
recedc this syllablo Is represented by a llttlo curl on tbo
opposltoildo. Seo I. 4. This curt, when Initial, itandi lor
r, Mlntnitart. A narrow loop cxprewes it, and a broad
ono itr. I. B. noubllng n cuno adds tr, tlr, or Mr. I. o.
Halflcngth items add, or . Beo I.s 7, 8 and 0. Obfcrvo
it, that r Id not pronounced until all vowels nnd hooks
which aro appended to tbo Mem havo first been Bounded
8nd, that , If final, Is sounded attr t; that J, r, tn, aud n,
aro shaded for (1. 8) oxcept when a htok Is attached. L &
A vowel, to bo read after a Hem and bcroro book or r, Is
utruck through tho stem. If a dash, or If n dot Is chanced
loftr?vowcl V.V ' '""'' u,""rt''a "fli
t jU'arn io'lriAx$mXAffliti, (Lll), and Coatttetntt,
corvKiMim.. aLL'MUIIU ktsKl.n-.lj.
CI.U1I llATESi Tickets fur WSO.OO.
BPE0IAL BATE8 ARRAMOED WITH AQENI8.
AGENTS WANTED &,:&
elty In United States and UrltUh Amorlcn.
Tbo payment of PrUe Is guaranteed by a
special depoiilt of five hundred thousand dol
lars (500,0i)), with Ibo State Government,
Drnwlngs under the perouul supervision of
Lie. Ileriulnlo Arteagn, who U appointed by
tho Government as lnterventor.
"I Ckiitifv that with tho Btnto Troasurcr
nil neccossnry ifimrnUHnro doioslted nmur-
1 na; full tay ment of nil prlrcn or this dra wing.
Kmnlltnncos must bo either by Now York
Draft Kxpresa or Hcglstercd Letter. Aiuerlrnn
money. Collections can be inndo by Kxprcss
Companies or Hanks. Ticket sent direct to
management will be paid by drafts on New
York, Montreal, Ht. Paul, Chicago, Han Fran
cisco or City of Mexico, for further Infor
JUAN PIK1IAI), Manager,
The will of tint Into A, K, Tour.nliu wax nd
inlttcil to prolmto lit Ontalia u few days ngn.
Tlioulfnnml rlillil Clinrlottu nro given $1V
000 a year; Kllon V, Touuilln recolvcM 7,(XX)
)kt nullum; Mrs. J. J. Ilnnsoni, sister of dt
ecnsiil, $3,000 a yew, Mm. G, K.Touznlin, or
liclrs, l,ftOO n year; C. V, Touuilln, or heirs,
f.VX) n j-oars Mrs. (J. 8. Maurice, fl.OOO n
jenrs Mrs. liny Jenks. f.'00 a yenrj Kloreniw
llrnmnell, dnuRhter of a deceased sister, ?iK)0
n yenrj tho bnlnnco of tbo estnto ainoiig n
b'UKtliy Ht of rcliitlvrs. IMwnnl C. Perkins
nnd Charles C. Morrii nrouuined iih udiululs
trntors. Mldslilpmnn A. AV. Cntlhi, who Jut griiilu
iitiMl nt. Annapolis, Is in tbo city visiting his
family. Ho has lieon onlrred to repot t on
board tbo Cliarleston, tho llag-slilp of tbo
l'nclllo stationed nt Honolulu, lie will salt
from 8nu Krnncbco July 18th. Nebrnskn
now has threo olllcers in tho navnl service,
Lieutenant Townley of this city and n mid
shlpumu from Lexington being the other two.
Lieut. T. V. (Jrimth returned the first
trnrtof tho week finui Hot HprliiRs, Ark. Ho
win ito one or the Judges or tho prlzu drill
nt the itrwit K. V, encntnpinent In Miliinukeo
and will go thenct) to his homo nt Pittsburg
for tho summer.
llev. W. H. Lewln, rector of St. Andiow'n
church wasmnrried Juno '.tint 1'roscott, On
tario, Canada, tn -MUs AKiiesEiully, daughter
if tbo into Dr. John Altyof London, Kng.
l'rof. Howard W. Caldwell of tho stnte uni
versity, was married Juno !'. to Miss Llsbeth
A. Hnrncs nt m'tlmore. Thoy will bo nt
homo nt 8100 Lynn street nfter Aug. IU.
Ed. Church left enrly ii tho week for Halt
Ijko to spend tho Fourtlu Ho goes tliMiee to
Montana to camp out for thesummer nnd lay
In a fresh stock of health.
Tho Ingloildo club mot with Sirs A. 8. liny
inoud lust Fridny ntUrnoou nnd udjouined
for the Miuimer. The nleetings will lie re
sumed In October.
Mis KNIo Lincoln, tho Denver singer, was
the Buit of Miss CI F. Link during her stay
in Lincoln, nnd left Monday for her home nt
Fort Dodge, Iowa
Mr. John Ilnrplmin wan married recently to
Mist Jem.lo 8mlth of Sterling, III. They
have taken up their residence nt 1020 It
J. A, lluckktnir has sold his luinlwr busi
ness to an Onmha limn, ntul will give hlsu
tontlon to mnklng r"Wg brick and sower
Mr. nnd Mrt. Will O. Jones nro rejoicing
over tin eight Kuud daughter who made her
debut Moudny evening.
Miss Aniin Park, the Hostou coruetist, ns
tho guest of MUi Julia Hatch on her way to
tho Crete Clmuttuiipm,
H. C. Nutt, now located nt Alliaure ns n 11.
fc M. ti'iilmunster, was In the city Sunday.
Frank Handy, trenmrer of Funke's, Is
back from n visit nt Ills Cincinnati home.
Mrs. H. M. Hico was suvdrely bruised Sun
day by I eing thrown from her carriage
Mrs, C. 8. Llpplncott is entertning her sis
t.r, Miss Uenevievo WelUof Cincinnati.
Miss Julia Smith, the organist, has gono to
nulTalo, N, Y,, for tho tumnier.
Mm. Duko Deall is visit ingntltnvennn, and
may remain for tho summer,
Mr, nnd Mrs. U. T. Van Ilrunt have been
out In Colorado this wielt,
Mr. II. M. Uttley of O'Neill is visiting
Mrs. W. L. Williams.
Miss Lolllo Smith is visiting nt Jnmeston n.
Prof, George Bognall has gono to Itostcn
for tho maimer.
Mrs. Jainei Aitkin has returnod from her
Lo Hue Drown is summering ut Colorado
Judge Hoiutou is back from the southwest.
An old soldier's story; In the late war I
was a Midler In the First Maryland Volun
teers, company O. During my term of serv
ice I contracted chronic dlun ltua, since then
I have used a great amount of medlclno, but
when I found any that would give me lelief
they would injure my stomach, until Cham,
berlalu'g colic, cholera nnd diarrhoea remedy
was brought to my notice I uso it nnd will
Bay It Is tho only remedy that gave mo iermn
nent relief und no bad results follow. I take
pleasure in recommending tills preparation to
nil of my old comrades, who, while giving
their service to their country, contracted
this dreadful disease as I did, from eating un
wholesome nnd uncooked food. Yours truly
A. K. Bending, Halsey, Ore. For sale by A.
Nelllug Hooks by .Subscription,
Tho method of selling books by subscription
has ninny ndvnntnges over nuy other, nud Is
dally growing in Imixirtnnaj nnd iojmWlty.
lly this method the attention of tho purchnoer
is called to vnlunblo books of which be might
remain in euttru Ignorance if thoy wero fold
in nil' other way. It Is tho most direct nud
altogether tho nvnt economical wnyto buy
books. Hooks purchniod nt u retail book
store havo generally pnsxed thtougli tho
hands ot from ficnfo our iiifififrnii'ii, each
of whom mtiftC linvo n prollt,
77ic Itivcrxlde lhdillshhw Co,, Ut Lout,
Mo., oirei'H prolltnble employment to nil who
wish to engngo in tho business. Experience
is not uetvssnry, but any lady or gentlemuii
with Intelligence nud industry can mnko n
survess of tlio worth.
Their publications are llrst class, Just such
books nsour young H'opleand our older jh-o-ple
should lend; books that tend to make in
telligent men and women; IhjoUs that tench
people things that they ought to know, such
books nsn splendid Fmnllfi Hlble, which Is in
Itself n jierfect cyclopedia of biblical knowl
edge. ffrrjxtfVft History of the United
States is another pleudid book; a sale of over
100,000 copies iMnks loudly ill favor of Its
great worth. The VeopteK Cyclopedia of
Universal Kiwwledue Is another woik that
bus carved Its wny to n wondeiful wiceess;
100,000 eoplts of this splendid cycloj)edln,
Hindu nnd edited (specially for tho mnrses,
have been sold, nud Ibo sale is still verj
They nlso handle the tint Letter Life of
the lteindilte Stanley Explorations In Africa.
Tho Pioneer History of America; People's
Knrin nnd Slock CyeIoiedln; The Physical
Life Of lloth Sexes: Couttshlp, l.over.and
Wedlock, nnd History of the Orund Army of
Another splendid book, nverngiugat fifteen
hundred sets a mouth, Is Jlliljmth'H C(c7o;ic
(fd of L'nlvemal lltxtory, n Ijook that Is
bound to bo rend by tens of thousands of
scholars, and by these who lay no claim to
scholarship, nud who yet lovo a clenr,
strulghttorwHi-d, undewtninlnblo record of
tho grent events of tlio world's history. Tho
popularity nf tills book Is something wo der
For further particulars, circulars, terms to
agents, etc., address,
The Hlvereido Publishing Co., 7ttJ Ollvo
street, St. Louis, Mo. 0-l0-om
Several mouths ago, Mr. Henry Plummer,
of Clements, Cnl,, who is subject to cramps,
was taken with a sovero attack. He had been
accustomed to get relief by dosing with mor
phine, but the disagreeable effect that follow
ed would make him miserable for hours after
the cramp had been rellevee". I persuaded
him to try Chamberluln's colic, cholera nnd
dlarrhn'a remedy. He was much pleased
with It, as its elftet was almost instantan
eous, and no disngrceuble nfter effects uu
computilod its use. Chns. llnmert, manager
Fnrmers' Trade Union, Clements, Cnl. For
stiloby A. L. Slimier.
The now line of card cases Just received at
the CountKli otllce nro worthy the inspection
of the most fashionable cnlleis. The line em
braces genuine sell, ooze calf, Hussln leather
and numerous other.-, Including n mini
Iter of beautiful Imported novelties. Wo li'ive
them for both ladies and gentlemen.
l'ourtli or. Inly Itiiti-K,
For the glorious 'Mth" the Union Paclllo
"TheOverlandltoute," will sell tickets from
olnts In Nebraska, Kansas nud Wyoming to
point "00 miles dUtnut from starting ioliit
nt one fare for tho round trip. This will give
patrons along tho line, an oportunlty to
visit neighboring towns and ntteiul tho cele
brations, etc. Tickets will bo sold July !Jrd
and -tth, good to return July nth.
For time ot train, rates, etc., apply to your
Union l'nclllo agent.
E. L. Lonax,
Oen'L Pass. Agt,
II. P. Sherwln, 1124 O street, has a present
for every ono of his customers thnt cannot
fail to be appreciated. He will give to every
cuitomer n lino crayon picture made from
any photo that Is desired aud It will not cost
you n cent. Call lu nt bis drug and shoo
store and seo how It Is done, 1124 O street.
J. II. O'Neill, fluo plumbing, hot water nud
steam heating, fine gas fixtures and globes,
You can buy all grades of garden hose very
Scott Uro's. pnarmncy recently located fin
Twelfth street Is now located at 132.50 street.
Ladles will find this a deslrablo placo to get
all kinds of Toilet articles, Soaps, Perfumes,
W. W, Mooro of tho Grand opera house
Des Moines, Is mi early settler in that part of
Iowa, aud has had u great deal of exerieuce
inhistime. He says: "At various times I have
had acute attacks of bilious collio and vio
lent pains in the stomach, and found nothing
that gave mo relief like Clinmberlulii' Colic,
Cholera and Dinrrluea llemcdy, Every per
son," he says, "should have u bottle," For
saJo by A, L. 8hader,
Wanted: Gentleman well experienced In
handling typewriters to sell the Yost writing
machines lu the city. Address or call on
Wessel Printing Co., 1130 N St.
Iliirllnutnu ltiiutn Still Another New
l'a st Train.
ThoH. &M., keenly nlivo to tho wants of
tho traveling public, havo placed In service n
new train whoso sujierlor nppolntments nro
sure to inoi It Immediate recognition. This
train leaves Lincoln nt 7:2.5 p. m arrives nt
Onmlm at 0 o'clock nnd Chicago nt 1 p. m.,
the tlmo being but slightly In excess of thnt
of our celebrated "Flyers." A through
sleeper ucconipnnles this train, nnd breakfast
nnd dinner nre served in dining cars.
Tlio local service between Lincoln nnd
Omaha Is now ns near iwrfectlon as can bo
desired, Including, ns ltdoes, four dally trains
lu each direct Ion, the running tlino being only
eighty-live to ninety minutes.
As wo lmvo fici-ueiitly remarked hereto
fore, do not waste your money In making ex
erlinentnl trips by other lines represented
ns being equally as good as the"Iluiilngton.'
Then are not. A. C. Zlemer,
C. P. nndT. A.
Oiirlleld ll.iirli on Great Halt I.uke, I'tub.
Tho famous health aud plensuro resort,
Gniileld Ileach, on Grent Salt Luke, Utah, 18
miles fioiu Suit Lake City, nnd reached only
by the Union Pacific "The Overland Ilouto,"
Is now oeii for the season.
This is the only real sand Iiench on Grent
Salt Lako. aud Isoueof the finest 1m thing and
plensuro resorts In the west. Grent Salt
Lake is not a sullen, listless, sliest of water,
uentii idly on the shore, but on the contrary
Is us bt-iiutlful n sheet of water as con bo
found anywhere. It U 21 ier cent, salt while
the ocean U only !! ier cent, and tho water is
Kobuuynnt that a person Is sustnlned on its
suiTiicj Inilellnltoly without the least effort
on his part. Experience has proven its great
hygienic effects. Owing to tho stimulating
etrect of tho brluo on the skin, or the saline
air upon the lungs tho nppelltn (s rtlmulntcd,
and after a bath, the bathers aie teady for a
hearty meal, and feel grently Invigorated.
Fino bath bouses accommodating -100 peo
ple, huve been erected at Garfield lleneh, lu
connection with which there Is i flr.t class
restaurant and n ImgednnclngpavHlloii built
out over tho lake, all of these nre run by tbo
Union Puclllc, who guarantee n first class rc
sort In every resjiect.
The Union Pacific has mode low rates of
faro for thoso desiring to visit Salt Lake City
and Garfield Ileach.
For complete description of Garfield Ileach
and Great Salt Lake, send to E, L. Lomnx,
Gen'l Pafs Agent, Omaha, for copies of
"Sights and Scenes In Utah," or "A GllmpiS
of Great Salt Lake," or
E. IJ. Slosson,
Agent U. P. System,
0-7-8t Lincoln, Neb.
Morn Photos From I'll Ik,
Falk, the famous New York photographer,
has sent us another lor. of m tlstlo photos, and
nmong them nre handsome llkenees of the
Junior and senior Snlvlnl, Pattl, Stunrt Rob
son, William Crime, James O'Neill as the
"Monte Crlsto," in the various costumes,
Agues Ilooth in her latest Madison Square
success, "Aunt Jack," W. J. Florence, Rich
ard Mfinslleld, Itotrt Mnntell lu "Monhnrs,"
Sara Jmvett nnd ntheis.
Tills w 111 b or Interest,
The special committee, npointed ut the
statu teachers' convention held ut Lincoln lu
March last, to make arrangements for the
comfort nnd accommodation of the teachers
of Nebraska en route to the annual meeting
of tho national educational association to Imj
held nt St. Paul lu July, have issued a circu
lar lu reference to thesu tuattets, and hne
selected the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
railway as the best toiito over which to run a
special teichers' train (to leave Omalin nt a
specified time) for this great occasion.
Desk rur Sale.
We havo a Hat cloth top otllce desk with
couiMirtmeuts for books at the right and four
diawersou the left. It i n double desk a.id
will be sold to the first applicant for WiOO,
original cost -JiW.OO. Call at CouniEii otllce.
The bill posting now being done by the
ojera house bill posters Is giving general sat
isfaction aud good results. Joseph Martin,
tho mnunger of the work, Is n young man
capable aud reliable, and now that the com
pany have added u large number of new
boards that havo been placed In conspicuous
places, their work will more than over be np
predated, Parties desiring bill posting done
ut nuy time and on short notice can lmvo
their ordorg promptly nnd carefully executed
by calling nt the opera house ticket ofllce.
Notice to Creditors.
Ill county court, within nnd for Lancaster
county Nebruska, May term, UM, In the mut
ter or tho estnto or Isaac Charles Wise, de
ceased. To tho creditors or sntd'estato: You
nro hereby notified, That I will sit ut the
County Court ltooin In Lincoln, In said coun
ty, on the 20th day of August, A. D., IMM, and
again on the'JOtli day or Novembcr.A.D Is'.O.to
receive nnd examine all claims ngnlust said
estate, with a view to their udlustiuent and al
lowance, The time limited for the presenta
tion or clnlms ugnlnst said estate Is six (0)
mouths from the 1U1I1 day or May, A. 1).. Ibis),
und the time limited for payment or debts Is
one year nnd six months from said 10th day or
May, ISDO. Notice of this proceeding Is order
ed published rour weeks consecutively In the
Witness my hand und the seal or said county
court this llthduy of May, isw.
HKAL.J W.K. Stkwaut,
6-17-H County Judge.
, 'Maw. ,
&3r Qwrjtfi. 'A90
It Is easy to understand why Mr & Mrs Rural should lc surprised nt this strntifjc
article, but their astonishment would be more intensified If they knew nt what low
prices A. T. Oruttcr t Co. nre telling.
A. T. Gruetter & Co.'s Furniture House,
It IK N SlltEKT.
Most Popular Resort in the City.
Exposition Dining Hall,
S. J. ODELL, Manaokh.
-0 n'9, 1 1 2 1 and 1123 N Street. o
Meals 25 cis. $4.50 per Week.
WE ARE GIVING AWAY
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Comprising hi9 Plays, Sonnots and Pooms, with tho noted
profaco, by DR. JOHNSON.
A OLOS9nV AND AN ACCOUNT OF KsCU TLAV DT THE
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