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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1895)
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And drink at the same time. But the
wide awake people who employ O'NEILL
to do their plumbing can whistle at hard
times and drink from the cup of success.
Had to bo pushed
back a "half hour
in the morning and
a quarter of an hour
in the afternoon,'
to mako it a "watch seldom ekalled but
Our new stock of watches are the
finest made, and consequently need no
such operation. They are only 3.00.
J. 13. Tjriclcey 8 Co,
Comes but once a year and when it does
you should make an effort to make every
one happy. Nothing could make some
people more happy than one of our $11.50
combination book-case and secretary, solid
oak and well-made.
A splendid array of bargains, reaching
out to all classes, and appealing to every
body's common sense, intelligence and
Harcly XM-mittare Co.,
211 South Eleventh Street.
Every department of Music, Art,
Elocution and Languages.
For catalogues and information address
O. B. HOWELL, Director.
LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA.
Holiday Rates Via The Burlington Route.
Decemder 22, 5.1, 21, 2.1 ami 31, and also
on Jan. 1, round trip tickets to points with
in 200 miles will be on sale at rate of fare
and a third. Minimum rate. 30 cens.
Tickets and information at B. & M. depot
or city office, corner 10th and O street.
Volume IV begins December, 1894
A splendidly illustrated life of
the great feature of which will bo
of Napoleon, showing him from youth to
death; also portraits of his family and con
temporaries and pictures of famous battle
fields; in all nearly
Begins in November and runs through
eight numbers. The
Eight Napoleon Numbers, $HX).
by authority from the archives of the
PINKERTON DETECTIVE AGENCY.
Lincoln and Pinkerton (Nov. 1891); the
the Molly Maguires; Allan Pinkerton's
Life; Stories of Capture of Train-robbers.
Forgers, Bank-robbers, etc.; each complete
in one issue, 12 in all.
Short StorleN -
V. D. Ilowells Rudyard Kipling
Conan Doyle Clark Russell
Robert Barr Octavo Thanet
Bret Harte Capt. King
Joel Chandler Harris and many others.
Robert Louise Stevenson
P. Marion Crawford Archdeacon Farrar
Sir Robert Ball Prof. Drummond
Archibald Forbes Thomas lardy
Send three 2-cent stamps for a sample
copy to tho publishers
S. S. McCLURB, L't'd,
30 Lafayette Place, New York.
TWIGB CROWNED A VICTOR.
Dr. Price's Baking Powder Wins a Wood's and
Ml. d winter Fai. s.
Another signal triumph has been acheiveu
by Dr. Pricos Cream Baking Powder. At
tho California Midwinter Fair of lSi)l as at
tho World's Columbian Exposition of ISiKt,
it surpassed all competitors. An expert
ury, after careful analysis and exhaustive
tomparison, awarded it highest honors and
a special medal. Tho award was for high
est leavening power, perfect purity and
eral excellence. It was sustained by the
unanimous vote of tho judges. Coupled
with tho victory at Chicago, tlie achieve
ment at San Francisco contirnis Dr. Price's
as "The Foremost Baking Powder in tho
World." It now stands supreme.
Cheap Excursions to Ehhirn R. R. Piinis.
December 1th and l(5th the Elkhorn Lino
will sell tickets to all jwrnits on its lines in
Nebraska at ono fare plus S2 for tho round
We have seen a number of watch chains
ornamented with a pretty charm in the
shape of a watch case opener, which obvi
ates the use of a knife or tingcrnail to open
tho watch. They are sent free on request
by tho Keystone Watch Case Company, of
Philapelphia. Fa. Your jeweler here may
have one for you; if not, send to Philadel
The Keystoce Watch Case Company is
the largest concern of its kind in the world.
Its capacity is2500 cases per day. It man
ufactures every description of case, but its
great speciality is that most popular of all
watch cases, tho Jas. Boss gold filled.
These are equal in beauty and wear to solid
gold - while they cost only about half as
much. Boss and other Keystone cases are
the only cases that have tho non-pull-out
bow or ring, which saves the watch from
theft and accident. The Keystone Company
does not retail, but our local dealers handle
the cases and swear by the theft-proof qua!
ties of the ring.
such as Scrofula and Arucraia, Skin Eruptions and Palo or
Sallow Complexions, are speedily cured by
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil. No otherrem
edy so quickly and effectively enriches and
purifies tho blood and gives nourishment
to the whole system. It is pleasant to tako
and easy on the stomach.
Thin, Emaciated Persons and all
suffering from Wasting Diseases are re
stored to health by Scott's Emulsion.
Be sure you get tho bottle with our
trade-mark on it. Refuse cheap substitutes!
Send for pamp '-let on Scott's Emulsion. FREE.
Scott II Bowne, N. Y. All druggists. 50 cents and SI.
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