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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1895)
Bur inqton Rzute Playing Cards.
These elegant cards of the very finest
quality only 15 cents per deck. For salo
at B. &. M. depot or city ticket office, corner
Tenth and O street. jan 2 It
When wanting a clean, easy share
or an artistic hair-cut, try
THE POPULAR TONSORIAL ARTIST,
who has an elegant barber 6hop
with oak chairs, etc., called "The
Annex" at 117 North Thirteenth
Street, south of Lansing theatre.
HE HAS ALSO VERY NEAT BATH ROOMS.
Tne Burli-gion Mow Open to Billings, Mcntana
Short line to Helena, Butte, Anaconna
Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma and Portland.
Our Pacific coast Hyer leaves Lincoln daily
at G:20 p. in. Unsurpassed train service
and quick time. For full information apply
at Burlington & Missouri depot or city
office, corner 10th and O streets.
G. W. Bonneli., C. P. & T. A.
People going east should remember tlfat
the North Western (Elkhorn) line offers a
morning and afternoon train for Chicago
and the time is equal to the best. The
morning train and connections enable pas
sengers to reach many points in central and
northern Iowa in one day. The general
equipment and tracks of this line is un
equalled. Try the Northwest line.
CM At. e. F t -a.
Attorney at ' Law,
1113 O ST.
A perfect insurance against theft or accident
is the now famous
the only bow (ring) which cannot be pulled
or wrenched from the case. Can only be
had on cases containing this trade mark.
Keystone Watch Case Company,
the oldest, largest, and most complete Watch
Case factory in the world 1500 employees;
2000 Watch Cases daily.
One of its products is the celebrated
Filled Watch Cases
which are just as good as solid cases, aid
cost about one half less.
Sold by all jewelers, without extra, charge
for Non-pull-out bow. The manufacturers
will scad yea a watch case opener free.
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
First Publication January 2(5.
To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that on the 17th
day of January, 1893, the II. M. Leavitt
Coal Company duly incorporated with
its principal placeof business at Lincoln,
Nebraska, and the general nature or the
business to bo transacted was dealing in
coal and all kinds of fuel and the Hold
ing of such re.il estate as might bo
necessary to properly carry on said
business. The capital stock of said
company is ten thousand dollars
(61000); seventy tivo per cent (75) per
cent of caid stock to be paid in at the
time of commencement of business; tho
balance of said capital stock to be paid
in at tho call of the directors.
Said company shall commence busin
ess on the 17th day of January, ISD3, and
continue for a period of ten years (10) or
until the 17th day of January. 1005.
The highest amount of indebted!) ssto
which this incorporation shall at any
time subject itself was six thousand
The affairs of said corporation shall
be conducted by a board directors, four
(1) in number, President, Treasurer and
Dated at Lincoln, Nebraska,
January 21, 1805,
Attest: II. M. Leavitt,
Sidney P. SrENci:. President.
Edited by ALBERT SHAW
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