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THE TBOY HERA1J), WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 188.
, W4 f artam.
Faith h llic
best elbow (or a lieavy
soul to lean uMn.
Danfenahontd be tared when, dktaat
and braved when prevent. ,
altylot It benlfm Influence when
hearaldeU byottentation. ,
No an reapccte a, girt who fllrta,
though ihemay flirt wither.
latetl than vice to bo ahunnod.
Qood temper la like a aunnydayjlt
nlicds It brightness on everything.
Tho foundation of our public morality
must ho laid deep in the public Intallf-
genco and virtue.
A tmui living amid the advantages
nndnctlvltk-Hoftho nineteenth century
is n condensed Methnialeh. '
The great business of morality lies In
restraining tho undue pursuit of pleas-
uro and the undue avcriton to palnV
If M ...a... lilt. awiMtHtl t 1. f
feelings us to mako his feelings control
his will, then he is but half educated.
If you hate your enemies you will con
trite t such a vicious habit or mind ns by
degrees will break out upon those who
arc your friends, or those who uro Indif
ferent. Mt n iiik iiyv ninai vumrui VI III
It is with the warning voices of our
nrililfi fin will, tlm fnnpii tit tuitiirn nmntiil
us j often inaudible in the glare of the Every lady should subject her toilet
day, they uro heard distinctly In the powder to this test. Place a teaspoouful
darkness. of tho suspected powder iu u glass und
By what strange law of mind is it that "jjdthe Juice of n lemon. , If effervej.
ono Idea long overlooked and trodden nco taktM place, It is Infidl Iblc i proof
under foot im n line ens stone, sih1.1p.i1v
cjKirklcH out in u new light as a discov
Prudence, through tho ground of mis
ery, cuts a river of patience, where the
mind awitna in bouts of tranquility along
tho Ft renin of life, until she arrives at
tho haven of death, where all streams
A proper and judicious system of read
inn is or tho highest importance. Two
thing are necessary iu pursuing the
mental laboro of others, namely : not to
read too much, and to pay attention to
tho nature of what you do read.
Old ago has been obtained in all cli
mate., and under nil circumstances.
Man liourishea alike in the hot, tho tem
perate, and tho cold, and under every
form of diet ; and where medical knowl
edge is least, ho often thriven moat.
The condition and characteristics of a
vu&ar person ure that ho never looks
for either help or harm from himself,,
but only from externals. i lie condition
and chunictcriMicrt of a philopher ure
thathelooks to himself for ail help or
'The dishonest advocate in courts of
law makes himself the ruthless anoliutor
of all iieucrful protection; ho profanes
n ,ere!lncs of justice u.idc, the .ludow
of her Kanctiiiiry; ho preaches tho
uhastlv dM.trln..s nf nnnref.v in
tLMimto .f civiliz nlon '
Xotliinff is mora nleasant than to
. , ... .
huve a mind stored with knowledge on
iilmoHt every suliject, on which we can
jliuw at any moment, and the response
is prompt and correct, fcueh wealth can
not he inherited, it must be acquired by
constant study and reflection.
To Remove Dandruff. ,
This Is a natural secretion, but be
comes a cutaneous complaiutby neglect.
Take an ounce of powdered borax, n
picco of unpacked lime tho size of a
chestnut, and a tublespoouful of spirits
of aiuonia; put them into u quart bottle
and till it un witli boiled or iniuin water.
Atter tweivo Hours, apply tins wnsn to
the scalp. Ladies can apply it best with
a lino i-ponce. ltiuso with tepid water.
Alter u few applications the scales will
disappear, the h-tir becomo soft and
brilliant, and young hair will bo seen to
stall out. Dandruff should be cured
gradually, ko as not to produce sick head
ache or dizziness by its sudden supples
biou. Do yon ask what will educate your
son? Your example will educate Iiiin;
your convensution with. your friends;
the business ho sees you transact; the
likings and disliking ho sees you ex
press theso will cdncnto him. The
rociety you live in will educate blm;
your domestic circle will educate him;
and. above all, your rank, your situation
iu life, your home, your table, will edu
cato him. It is not in your power to
withdraw from him tho continual in
fluence of theso tilings, except you were
to withdraw yourself from them also.
Education goes on at every instant of
time; you can neither stop It nor turn
its course. What these havo a tendency
to make your child, that be will be.
The pious trooper, very much in.
cbfiutod, is striving to clamber into tho
saddle, tit every effort culling on a saint.
St. Peter to my aid," he hiccups "St.
Paul, lend me a hand I tit. Fields, of
Kigmaringen, martyr, boost u fellow up!"
with a mighty cflort he throws himself
Into the saddle and rolls off on the other
i4do of his horse. "Not altogether, d n
you I One was enough," yells the pious
Best Dbkekck au.mnst Slander. It Is
said that bees und wasps will not sting u
iwrsou whoso skin is imbued with
honey. When wo are annoyed with
insult, persecution, and opposition from
perverse und iiiidignunt men, the best
defence against their venom U to have
tho spirit bathed in honey. l,et every
jKirt be saturated with meekness, gentle
ness, and iiutionce; and the most spite
ful eiiomy will bo disappointed, in his
endeavours to inflict u sting.
"WliyaboukM thou nil l4y wiuiwrrow
n 'irtcJiri all wlili cms mnst trot,
jikam uut Hint III will gtv tlwv, lud
YW ImJIm IV Hub m St.. V
Derkrf, a lioimanlroitnBrlatol, Team,
ow la Xcadlas, hu a gnat tmrimbf la
Mm ahapa of a, wooden watch, natfbjr
ahaaalfc It k or the ordinary aiaabul
wefcha lulf ait oooce. Itteonan-foad,
JP&dK&f? to IffM,Jt?' "'S1'??1
olive wood from Jerusalem, and aU the
work cxcept . fcw of !ne , Impor-
tant wheelaf are Iwxwood. The wutch
keeps excellent time. It waa made last
year by Mr. Doriot. who is a jeweler,
and who carried it an a time-keeper,
Even the stem and the bow are of wood.
It is marked "No. l.w G. A. dchlechter,
Jeweler, Pcnn Mrcct, took the watch
apart aiulfbuiHl i a wnMrucUon perfect.
coin wlBlleve It In fdav o?S? It
b renewed nlSht ahdnoreln
. ... a "
will aiWRVB relieve B COUffll. A lemon
eaten before breakfast every day. for a
week or two, will entirely prevent that
feeling of lassitudo peculiar to the ap
proach of smitur. Perilous its most valu
able property is its absolute power of
detecting any of the Injurious and even
dangerous ingredients entering Into the
composition of to very many of the cos-
mot ics and face-nowders in the market
inns iiio powucr w imuiyim, ..mi iin
use should bo avoided us it will ulti
mately injure tho skin and destroy the
beauty of the complexion.
Away on the summit of the Rocky
Mountains, a falling ruin drop may be
blown either cast or west by the slight
est breeze. At the opportune moment a
breath of nlr sends it a few inches to
ward the setting sun, and it fulls just
over tho crest on that side, and blends
with kindred drops, rushing on to the
valley of IheColumliia, is merged iu the
waters of that majestic rivcr.und hastens
on to find u homo in the bosom of the
lieuceful Pacific; or, if it be wafted ever
so little this way, its course of destiny iu
changed, and ultimately, through the
Oulf.it becomes jiart of tfie stormy At
lantic. Our thoughts, like falling rain
drops, may ere they crystallise into ac
tion or ciiaraeier, do tuungcu in tncir
ivtiirsn nml un li.nil In f1iflpn.nl. innihi.
sioiis or a different destiny,
. ...,t r i
J. Y&W " f'i,
S" US fcVh
1"", VJ Jf.i d2LSr
t Z l'h, " Z.tf&
feet two inches in height: sho has
wo IIICIICS m lieiSni; 8110 1111
almost ii mania or dancing, and, Having
a keen sense or tne ludicrous, neis iter
face ncai nst partners who oflcr u stronir
contrast to her own stalwurt proortions.
Itiif r VfiiiAdf m1 Stttiinnfftnna irk liwlni
MJ UM niCn, our princess' exertions to
Cet tho case were successful on this
sjd0 of tho channel ; but sons of Anak
nro ronsplcuously lurcr in tlio French
TkzBar Koom Jovrxamst. IIo stands
in tho stores witli bis buck to the stove
and tells how he could be as indepen
dent as a bog on ice, und call things by
their right nuines; how ho could exoso
corruption in high places; how he would
write goou, common sense, sua none of
your invoioiis, try-io-uc-iuuny stun.
HU LIIULIWn UlllCrilL-UIIIUHlllUlUUllll
of condllctiue licwsnaiicrs. nml nnl
wishes soino ono would nivo him a
rhanco to show his journalistic ability.
The way to cure ono of these chaps is to
get him to agree to write n sensiblo
article every day for a week. Beforu the
week is out he is sure to be pumcd dry,
and will gape won-o for an idea than u
chicken does witli thu dip.
When a Fulton father caino home
tho other evening and stepped into the
parlor to till up the coal stove, ho was
startled to f-ee, when the flame of his
hand-lamp dissipated the darkness, that
Ills dauglitcr anil uer uuci;y uoouie auoi
pints were Mjournint; in the shadow of
the lowered gas-jit; But they were in
separate chairs, ami were engrossed in a
box of fins. Ifo felt compelled to ask :
"Something; the matter with the gas?"
And tho time-tired youth, grasping one
of tho golden thoughts that overwhelm
us in tho timo of emergency, answered,
us lie mechanically picked up another
fin: "No, sir; wo turned It down sous
a - to notice when we bit Into a worm."
Strut I.vraiinh.ATioN. "John I am
going to church, und if it should ruin, I
wish you to come with the umbrella for
me ; iiowcveiryou need not come unless
it should rain downright."
The gentleman went. It did ruin;
but John hud gone to the other end of
the town to see Mary. His master came
back with drenched garments, and a look
of implacable anger.
"Jonn'rH he, "why didn't you bring
"Because, sir," replied "ohn, "it rained
The sen mouse Is one of the prettiest
creatures that ilvo under the wuter. It
sparkles like a diamond nml is radiant
with nil the colors of tho rainbow, al
though it lives in mud ut the bottom of
the ocean. It should hot bo called a
mouse, fur it is larger than a big rat. It
Is covered with scales that move up and
down ns it breathes, and glitter like sold
shining through a fleecy down, from
which the silky bristles wave, that con
stantly change-troui onebrillluut tint to
- j a
TW Xtw .Totk OaMBMr of Ocaaaeroe
aobto aad Moerous aM an the donations
a Mil io ua ana 10 naaiea socmimb ina
organUaaoaa tkrowchout the eouatry,
irn hna in rtiti la I irniri mi frtrrtr at
it caa do axtreaaed thai tfaey an. wholly
iaadeqnate to relieve the preesing neeis
of that, portion of our beloved country
uhrhur from the anient soounre and
plague. Its abatement ia not yet.
when it nbsideaor ia over we have only
to excHe your further sympathies by call
ing your attention to tne fatherless and
motnerieaa children left desolate, and
the condition of thousands of men -and
women dependent ready sad willing to
work for their daily bread, bnt an de
prived of all the opportiuiitiee to do so
unui tne met comes to remove toe epi-
demio and revive the sources of trade
and We anneal to our peo
ple everywhere to add to or double
what they have riven out of their abund
ance to provide for the imperative needs
of the plague smitten cities of the South.
We rely on the Chambers and Boards of
Trade in the West to onendenota lor pro
The comptroller of the currency atatea
that the aggregate capital of the 2,400
national banks organised sinae tne estab
lishment of the national bank system
wmcn nave become insolvent was fio,
232,600 ; aggregate dividends paid credi
tors "by these banks from Nov.' 1, 1877,
to Sept. 17, 1878, ia 99,614.125; aggre
gate dividends paid since the organiza
tion of the system, 918,767,687 ; total
amount oi creditors claims proved. Kfii.
720.802. Tho total losses to creditors of
all national banksjduriug tho lost 16 years
upon Kjuu.uuu.tvj of capital ana bsuu.
000,000 fof deposits, is estimated uot to
exceed 96,000,000. and the amount is
propably not equal to losses which have
fallen' upon creditors of, savings banks
and state banks the past year.
Keep Home Matters Private. Pre
serve the privacies of your house, mar
riage slate, heart, from father, mother,
sister, brother, aunt, and all the world.
You two, with God's help, build your
own auiet world : every third or fourth
one you draw into it with you will form
a party and stand between you two.
That should never be. Promise this to
each other. Renew the vow at each
temptation ; you will find your account
in it. Your souls will grow, us it were,
together, and at last they will become
us one. AH, ir many n young pair, luul
on their wedding day known this secret,
how many murriuues were happier than
ulasl they are!
The man who advertises In the
newspapers to send directions tnui win
enable u person to mako two hundred
dollars a month, owes his washerwoman
for three months' washing, and was seen
a few days ago trying to borrow live
dollars to pay a week's board bill.
Dl A MflP "'''so 1"' $'-XK only e27f
Parlor Oriratix. nrlvo :!40 nulv
IU. Paper nvo. ItuiitelV.
licutty Wuliliigt(in, N. .1.
A UAV Agent's lirntlt calivuaaim; for
I Niiksnu Dclixlit. Siunplo I'rcu. Fiikp.
Jonks, Nuxsuti, N. Y. 4w
QlllEAUtVC '''he only pomliliiutloti it
vnni viih v
the truu .lutnali-ii Winner
n'ltli rliolvii Aromatic anil
Frriii'li llrmnly lorCliolcrn.
Cholera MoiTiuh. Cihiiiix.
nml l'alnx. Dlnrrliiuu unci
lKHlntury.nyi.pen. In, Flat-llleni-y.
Want of I'line and
Activity In IliuStoiniielianil
Bowel, nnil avoiding t ho
luiiirurM of Clnuitfo ol Wa
iter, food and (Minute. Axk
ifor HAXioitD's Jamaica
SPECIAL OFFERS FOR
We nillilMi a linok nt 112 Pnifes 8 vo. (noml.
vei tflng) KlvliiK upecial ortlerit for nil-vi-rilnlnanll
aver Ike country. Price
I" wer limn ever offered before. 'I'l.e
Inst t'llltinn cut piiHt-iiulU mi the r-eelptof
i cents uy ii.ui;uy x vo.. rriiuer
WiireliuilHo nml Atlvei-llliii Ai-i-m-v. lilt
Fulton Street, N. Y. 4w
nrila Ml CVnli-imlnl EkiinftlllnH fnp
fmt thtvini fnuUlm mill tjrrrttrtut nml Ui iy rW
nflir untitling ami ft timing. Tim lt-t lolnwrn
tr ml. A fin Mux nrlp irnH-nitk l clilr
ImlUlfd nu liifrrlur lie.-!., w-n llim Jmlm't IM la
oncmriiliij:. l-j lldlr.. Sn.fi,rn)i.l.
fret, lo C. A. Jac.(i t o r r.i.nlinrf, V,
PNraomi' Varrjtmivo Pilla inaku Now
Itlch llloiiil.itnil will comulRtulv chHiiirn tho
lilood In the entire yteiu In three month.
Any iprnn who will tnke 1 pill eneli iiikIii
from lto 13 weeks may tiemtnro l tnimunil
honltli. ir such thing ho possible. Sent liy
mail UrH letter fUinii,. I., iohniim
ce., liungor. Me. 4w
For irU mm Vouni l.odiee eztiln-
nlvely. Under enre nl 1'rote.tnnt Kpixro-
psi i;iiuri'ii. rar Norina nn nny
HnplU. Seliool year nlnn tiionthn threii
elnii. Year hpgln September IStli.
From elclit to ten teitpliem In the fmlly.
All kronen innftrnl, with Mlil. U-uw-lni.
Frenuli. Hcnnnti, .
nnam nntl llrnwln tho only Kiinu.
For hnnnllng ptitillii from to9S per
ivbool year, ouetirdlng to gnulu.
IU8UUP VAIL, Prksidkst
.ATBD WTOtJXJ. CteMM
nrkf. AlMMA 7 AWN VuS fU A'lUSSt
. OOUtTKIl 4 CO.. Cukaah llsW
J. M. MoLELLAN & COM
REAL ESTATE AIEITI ,
Oftrfof salt ike following:
Ko. 4 Saline eountv land : an Im.
proved turn of Me teres, no acres under
fence, IX) acres tlabtr. Hewed log house
of B rooBM, H Htories high; a tenant bouse
iovj to urv-Baru in Deannii I Bliirx jroui
llrewasvillc. Will be sold efeesp on long
time, er exchanged for oreart Is thla
county or St. Louis.
No. A farm within 1 mile of the
canrt liouae In Troy, H aeret; two
etery frame house with aU L, luoke hetus.
chicken hoiiae, twble, erlb, tobacco bora, all
la good repair, a well and Itt fruit trees.
No. 10 Klffhtv aerns.2 miles from
Troy, flu sore timber, it story house with aa
L. easoka house, nhfubea houae. mnerv.
crib, stable all new bdlldlncs t a wall and
stock twud, W fruit trees, new rails. Frieo
No. 17 One hundred and forty.
four acres for MuO. fi mils from Troy. Very
Itae fruit land.
No. 18 Five hundred and twenty
acres ; 1 tract composed or 4 farinc 4 dwell
In? houses, barns, stables granaries aud all
necessary outbuildings; uou fruit trees. It
win ue soiu iu parcels or as an tract.
No 26 Two hundred and forty
acres 8) tulles 'from Troy, all fenced, and
well sot In grass
No. 27 One hundred' and twenty
acres, t mile of Troy, brick bouse of 8 rooms,
tenant liouou 10 by SO. large fruino barn,
crib with wagon shed, stable, granary, lee
liouce, hen and smoke houses, good eellur
2 wells and brunch for stodk wuter. Isruo
orchard In beating; public road upon twe
sides, l'nce DSOOU.
No. 87-Ono hundred and ton acres
3 miles sobtli of Troy, 73 acres fenced and
in cultivation: aa acre umiier: nonce oi
a rooms, (iinoke;hoUHe, well, i stables, plenty
of stock water; lii fruit trees In beating.
No.38 One hundred and sixty acres
It miles south ol New Mono. 40 acres In
cultivation and lenccd, 120 acres good tlm-
ncut. iteweu ioi uouse or i rooms, suiose
house, cistern well. 70 Irulttrecs In I'carluir.
stuoic, criu una sueu, a o-tier icuavco ouru.
No. 39 Ono hundred and seventy-
eight acres, i miles east of Moscow, 110
fenced und In cultivation. Large liouso of A
rooms, s.nokc bouse, chicken house. itallo.
.-rlli. tobacco bum. eistcri: well at house. l.'iO
fruit trees. Kvery thing In good order. Ualf
mile to new scnoot House.
No. 41 Two hundred ottel tlftv-nine
acres 4 miles southeast of Auburn. 140 un-.
der leneii ami In cultivation, Sri acres In tim
ber. I.urge 2story fruino house of 7 room.
'1 tenant houses, i stublos with large shed, i
cribs, wagon shed All very convenient.
Over .'too I'rult trees in bearing. Uood uelgb
borbood. School bouse near.
No. 43.-Two hundred and forty
acres, A miles east ot Troy, 110 acres fenced
into convenient Held. HUnere of the very
beat timber. A d welkin: boue of four largo
rooms, also u tenant house and all nceesitu.
ry out houses.!! lurce tobacco burns, orchard
n bearing. All small fruits In the gardeu.
No. 44 One hitiidred anil filly acres
2 miles of Troy, tuo acres fenced mid In cul
tivation. Two dwelling houses on the place;
I nuthulldlnir". orchards, wells und llv
water for stock ; all iu good order.
No. 40 One hundred and lxty
acres in 4 mites of liurr Onk ; 1WI acres
I'rncRil: dwelling-house of five large rooms,
a lirc-. luces : burn, stables, crllis mid gran
ary : alioiit 2bO Irillt trees of upplcs. ueacbes,
pears, pliutis, cherries ami siunll fruits. The
larin Is In excellent repair, convenient to
cliurcli mid school. Terms easy.
No. 46 Seven hundred nml twenty
acres of timber lands, unimproved ; will be
sold In a bodv ur In tract", ua dcidrcd bv tlio
purclitiMr. It lays 4 miles north of Mill
wood, l'rlce low uud cusy terms.
No. 47 Ten acres In Trov ; hous
of eight rooms, porches, cistern well, wood
bouse, smoke house, stables anil chicken
house ; fenced and divided Into small tiuldx,
largo pond In pasture; fruit trees lu bear
ing, und small fruits; shade trees iu yard
and pasture. A burjtulu.
No. 48 Three bundled news, right
miles north of Wurrenton ; 240 acres unim
proved prairie and 00 acres timber. It Is
near tlio Lincoln county ccal fields. Farms
hi three sides are fuueud. Will rauke a tirst
class stosk farm.
No. 49 One hundred and ten acres
1 mile of Troy ; house of4 rooms, abundance
ofull urletle of Irults In bearing, i tobacco
houses, stable and ull ucccs-iiry outbuild
ings, well watered. Everything Iu good re
pair. No. fiO Forty anroa 8 miles of Troy,
a house, stable und outbuildings, a youiur
orchard, a well and slock water. Near a
new school houso.
No. 61-Forty nnres2rollsofTroy,
a new lioiiso and stable and outbuildings, u
young orchard and good spring.
No. 62 Sixty acres 3 miles of Cap
ait'liri. a house and eiilhuildlogs, orchard
Iu bearing. Uood wheat land.
No. 68 One hundred and Iwetitv
acres 2 mites of llurr Oak, a house, stable
und outbuilding, fruit trees and stock wa
ter o. o wiip nnimrpii nn ihippii
ores Unities of Troy, unimproved timber
nd. The timber Is of the beat uusllty.
No. 84 One hundred and fifteen
A bonkvontaliilng a list if towns iiitlie
U. 8. bavin IttOO pop., mi'l tlio newspapers
having I areas t circulation All tlio Iteligious,
A- iiltursl, Sclriitltlc and other special
' s Journals. Tablo of Hates showiiitfio!
or advertuini: and everything which an ail
veruaer wuuiu use io kuow.
Mailed ou re-
celpt of 10c. Add. OM.
DO-, Nymce ai.,x.Y.
MOHR & METZ,
Keep casfMaitlsr hn
m fsill Hi-slt r Vsiilerlak-
ISIf tBvvslS.MHCliaS WlNHf
White aad ImU Aase-
t all sizes Llning'a.dlilrer
Plalcsl OrnameMtM, HaM
iles,4r:c. Urricm left wllh
ms (day ar night) will he
silled an very Mhort Wa
ller and at MEASONBBLE
Repairs of Furniture Attend
ed to Promptly.
Shep at PaatnMlce Baild
Something New in Wagon
Jacob Mctz, or tlm hrm of Molir ft Mentx.
Furniture Dealers or this place, bus on ex
blnttion an Improved Wajton Utaadsrd. rt
wblcli he obtained letters patent oa tho litis
day or July, 1S76, and to which he Invite
the attention or limners and teamsters. Mr,
Metis wMics to dispute or state iiuUeolintv
rights, und liberal terms will be offered
person wishing to cngairc In tlm business.
These standards are so constructed that
they may be readily and quickly attached
and detached ; are strong and durable, sim
ple in construction. Inexpensive liimauu
lucture, enabling bolsters to be Ironed witli
much less labor and at much less expeiite
than when Ironed Iu the usiiul wuv.
Piiscngcrs lor the St. Louis, Kansas City
und Northern Itullroad will tlnd the
U. S. MAIL HACK LINE
the moat comlortublo way or reaching tho
railroad from Trov.
Our Hack leuves Troy every day at VI
Connection with the Train far St. Louis,
so that p.Hsrngcr do not have to wail it
Wcutzvllle the or six hours.
Our other hack leaves Wentzvllle for Trov
at 12 o'clock, mi the ui rival of the morning
train I l oin St. Louis, arriving In Troy early
m thu cvenlnjf.
NORTON A WALKER.
ERADICATES AIX mat.ht,t,
DISEASES from tbo SYSTEM.
J. O. RICHARDSON, Prop
S3T WOT BSIC Uy All UTU VitS.
Letters of udminlstriitlou on the es
tate of L.M.Ilammack,ilecM.weregraiitedto
the uil(lcilirni'(l on ibu Hill day of Sept.,
1H78. by the l'robute Court of Lincoln coun
All persons having claims uuulntt said cs.
tateare required to exhibit them for allow.
iiiicc to the utlmlnUtrator within one year
after the date of said letters, or tbev may bo
precluded from any benefit of such estate,
und if such claims bo not exhibited within
two vears from tlm date or said letteis, 'they
win no iiirccr uurrcu.
This lltli day of Sept.. 187A.
J. W. WKLCII, Ailm'r.
Letters or admlnl-triitlon on thncMtntu
or Frederick L Cottle, dfli'M.were uratited
tothe undersli;ncd on the Ttli day ot Aug.,
in. p. uy we rrooaiu uourt oi i.iucoin coun
All nersnn biivlnir claims nirnlnst said n-
tatu are reipilred to exhibit them for allow
mice to tne nilmiiilniruior within one year
alter the date of suld letters, or tbev niiiv
lis proeliiilod Irom any benent or said es
tate, und ir such Halms be not exhibited
within two years from tlindte of said let
ters, they will be lorever buiYed.
Tills 18th day ol Sept.. 1S78.
A. rf. BUCHANAN, Admr.
mi iiihKm ninvev lamer ut work line n
than at nnytfilng else. Capital no re
nulrcd : wu will oturt vnu. I2 ner duv
t at hump iimilo bv tholndustrbiUK.IiMeii.
WMiiii-n, boys and glrlx wanteil every whero
to work for u. Now Is the time. Costly out
at and terms true. Address Tkuk A Co.,
A LOT OF VvANC HAOK Al'
Pt.lCATloNw for Membership at only
Kilty Cents a Hundred. Klfty for Si cents ;
twenty-live lo.-UO ceuts less than that units
ber 1 cent each.
Oao, W. MoMa.
THE' TROY HERALD.