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A ining-Sehtf Keture.
Jeatie Lee had won tLe flrat prise Jbr
Latin and English literature. . It vii
grand dny for tier, not because honor
and praises would be lavished upon tier,
but bemuse principle, devotion to duty,
and aelftletiiiil were rewarded, and be
raums Jessie really Served the prize.
She bad st mlled early and late, through
many difficulties too, which a leas atu
Horn and n lem earnest pupil would
have failed under. There were many
reitnoiia why Mira Watson, the Princi
pal of G runner's Point Institute, wished
Jcxslo to KHiduate with tho highest
honor. Among the Inrjro number of
scholars ut this school, with hardly an
execution all members of wealthy
families in the State, one of them, Helen
lJouen, was a perfect rival of Jessie's.
Slwvvus bvilliaitt, ambitious, and proud.
The girls looked up to her as n star of
wonderful niHgnitude and beauty. She
preceded Jessie a ifow months in the
school, and wns (julte settled in her posi
tion when Jessie arrived. Jessie 1-eo
had not been in the company of Helen
Bowen two dnys when she knew sho
wns hated by Helen. There wns some
thing unusually attractive nbout Jessie.
It was not her parson, though she was
very pretty a fair blonde. Her voice
was musical and full of power, her eye
was bright, mid looked into other eyes
witli uncompromising honesty. It was
not any one of 'these attractions which
l'iivo Jessie her power. Her tenchers
Knew what it wan, though the scholars
did not. The hitter loved her at once
uud always. all, except Helen: the for
mer knew her to be possessed of not
oulv rare menial ability, but having n
soul greatly cultivated, anil this culture
was due to her painted mother. Whil
the scholars looked at and admired
Helen at a distance, they came very
close to Jessie, who always hud n smile
and u welcome for them. Her uncon
scious iutiuence wan love and she did
love -everybody indeed, could have
loved Helen, mid she did love her as far
nn wns possible. And to, day after day,
while Jes'lu was growing more and more
into favor with all for lovlngness is a
most fruitful soil Helen, in nil her
Diugnlilcence, wan let nlone. The differ
euto in the two was n simple one after
all. Jwie was very unconscious of her
relf and very tlioughtful of others.
Helen was just the reverse. Sho mw no
one with clearer vision than herself.
She needed ni glass-magnifying, nor
otherwise, to bring herself to her eyea;
she was always there! A few days
before the roirir.ioiicer.ipnt. nn uiiummI
stir was apparent in thu Institute. Here
and there erteitvd e.rnups talking, ns
cchool-giritj can. "What will she do?"
asks one Mil. "I don't know, I'm sure ;
she declares she will 11M. tako her part
in the programme." "Well," speaks a
third, "I dun'tbl.tme her; sho hns noth
ing in her wnidtohe which will do to
graduate in. If I were in her place, I
would sbut myself up in my room and
ctny tlicio till 1 had tlie ciy of my life
time." Front out these tangled threads of
conversation I learned Hint Helen
Howen's dre.s, boxed and expressed
from home in time for graduation, wns,
nmoiiK other valuable goods, in tho
fieitrht othYe, which tho night before
v;us burned 10 the ground. It wns a real
sorrow to Helen. Too late for another
dress to be made, loiles rolled between
Helen's brine a in I the school. In vain
her te.iclicts tried to persuade her to
appear In Hie best sho had, and thus
show her womanly seiue; hut no, she
would not appear on the plat form. Tho
second prize was hers. The last day had
come, in a few bouts after comraenex.-
ment, Mieticu urniM reiuii throughout
the InMiliito walls. Already baggagu and
traveling appurtenances were being
wheeled to tho depot. Helen in her
room,- was nbout receiving tier check
from thu express-man for her tiunk,
sho heiself to taktf tho bveninir exnresH
train for home, when a fvivunt tipjieais
wiui inige ouiiuie, uiiiuiMaKiiDiu in
size, for "M iss Ilrlun." "For me ?" she
said, "Theiu is wme mifctiike, I think."
"Not any. Your namo is here" and
again iho read, ".Miss Helen ISowen,
Koom l);." And as the wiappings of
soft tiesuo papei' were unfolded, a lovely
white silk tfress, complete in its trim
mingH,atpenred a beautiful graduating
dress. 1 need not attempt to describe
Helen s surprise, and tlie excitement
aiiion;; tlie pupils. The teacheis mani
fested joy was ns great as their fccliolts
Questions were ashed, but no clew could
bo found to untnv'el tho mystery. Oh.
tho power of love in one human heart!
The unselfish and sublime outgrowth of
a principle whose very essence is found
in loving them "which hittu you, and
dohn: good to them which dcspiteftiijy
use you." There came no struggle into
tlio heart of Jessie Lee, when thu
angel of peace whispered thu thought,
which resulted In sending her own drct
to Helen, to the fellow-student who hud
caused n miiiiy hot teats to fall on her
pillow nt night when all wns still; but
when the comfuit came, despite tlie
weeping, nt thu thought of Hint the
loVing sympathiser whuse "eyes neither
slimmer nor sleep"' lie that keepeth
Isarel kept Jessie's heart in pence. The
iiour of commencement came. Tlie
teachers wishing to make tlie most of
liio lesson of luvo (Jessiu had taken
them into her touildeuce), arranged to
have thu graduates cuter singlv and
ulonc, beginning with the leiibt, so leav
ing Jessie to enter lust. How shall I
describe tho wonder, the agitation, tlie
look of amazement on all faces, us Jessie
stepped to tho platform with tlie steel
blue silk dress on which had teen teen
so often in the academy lint theie she
stood ti queen, next to Helen in her
white tlref-s, looking nuro radiant than
ev'r. Sho stood there in ' her great
hcartednetq ami power of lo.-e, the
admired of nil, and tho "blessed one ' of
Him wlioce she wait uud whom eho
served. " .
Stmt Htnifiuni Fitly MHfM.
, 8evn huadrcj and Ofty million dot
Lira That la America' m hill far on
abort' year. We spend that Immense
sum for the iudulgeuee of a habit mora
hurtful tons thau plague, famine or war.
The scoffers at our holy religion the
learned us well aa the unlettered are
tauntingly asking' us how It is that the
Christian church makes so little pro
gress iu turning from sin to Zion so few
of thu race. Fellow-workers, the ex
planation IstD be found In the black bot
tle, the deiuljohn and cut-glass decanter.
We hold the uilulstor of the gospel and
the educated nrofessor of religion who
use intoxicating driuks as a beverage,
resiwusiDie tor mm mini maiaay. une
respectable (shall we say gosd?) man
taking bis wiue moderately helps along
thousands on the road to poverty ana
ruin. It were well for tho world If
mine superuatural power wsuld open
tlie eyes aud quicken the ranseiencea of
I hose who know not the power of exam-
Kle and seem to forget that they are their
rother's keeper. There was oricoa very
exivlleut u:an a favorito of heaven
iviio said that if eatiug meat made, his
brother to stumble, he would forego its
use. Once more we hold up the text for
tousideration to these divines who see
bo dimmer iu un occasional drink.
About two years ago un eloqiieut minis
ter of tlie Episcopal church became crip-
pteil nna noppiea wttn tne nccnrseci up
petite. First be was moderate, soon he
waslmmoUerute. After a year's effort at
total abstinence he broke out afresh, fell
from a sailing boat with a black bottle in
his pocket, uud went up in middle uge,
intoxicated, to judgment. One such
case ought to iiuswer us a warning for a
thousnud years. God help us ull to tight
more valiantly for this glorious cause.
It is not enough that we lire ourselves
safe. Ou everv side of us our neighbors
ate perishing lor the want of a helpiug
uutiu. h itt) wonev nnu voice wo inusi
belter equip ourselves for tho work.
There is uot a family but is touched di
rectly or indirectly by Ibis terrible sore.
It is nut enough that we comprehend
the disease. We must with greater en
thusiasm ensaiie in tbe blessed Christian
aud patriot i: work of curing it. By line
upon line, precept upon precept, here a
little nud there a little, we must push on
tbe works till the rum citadel topples
down. We ueed thousands upon thous
and f of workers like Cuyler. Moody,
Dow uud Murphy to dry up this plngtio
stream which is everywhere hindering
the progress of the church, and degrad
One post-office and fifteen taverns in
a given town. Examine briefly these
establishments. Huw comes it that so
few good papers uud valuable books arc
received through the post-oilii e '.' Tlie
explanation is that the farmers around
will drop (ou many dimes ut the tavern.
Will you not, dear reader, makeup your
mind ut once to help drive intemperance
from this favored land? You desire to
do tome good as you journey through
life. There me evils mid burdens to be
removed. Enter upon the work. It is
expected of you Unit you will leave the
world better than you found it. Chisel
out u monument for yourself. Muko the
name you bear uu honored one bv being
un indefatigable worker for tlie things
which make the world blossom us the
rose. Heaven expects us to do our duty.
Christ canto to show us the way. Let us
learn mid practice the lesson whole
heartedly. .Some grand workers finish
their course witli u multitude of re
deemed ones following them to plorv.
Let us join the glorious bund and do it'll
tbe good we can in the nttmo of Jesus.
In this sign v; shall eonnuet?.
The state subsidy of the Roman Cath
olic Church in Belguin is over (IHHMJOII;
tho Protestants get $15,000 and the Jewi
The thin, pious man, who is contin
ually groaning over tlie wickedness ol
the world, is more troubled with dys-
l.-l'siu ui uii uicBBvu uy religion.
Large quantities of conrso straw wrap-tthig-puper
are shipped from Now York
to Cuba and Kuropo to bo used iu tlie
manufacture of cigars. It is there sat
urated with tobacco julco uud passes
for leaf tobacco.
When a big Yankee from Maine paid
bis bill at n lxuulou ivstuuiitut, nud was
told that it did not include tho waiter,
"Will," he roared. "I didn't cat any
waiter, did I?" He looked as though
ho could, and the subject was dropped.
The average reporter hns no object In
misrepresenting anybody; be is after
news he may color an interview, he
has to touch it up; iu other words,
make it readable, for nine-tenths of the
people interviewed cannot speak the
ijuceirs Hiigiisn correcuy.
At dinner the host introduced to the
favorable notice of tbe company a splen
did truliled pheasant, amid murmurs of
admiration. "Isn't it n beauty," be snyu.
''Dr. So-and-so gave It to me killed it
himself." "Aw, what was be treating it
for?" iibkcd ouo of tho guests.
It is astonishing how much one
without any money can give. A kind
word, a helping hand tho sympathy
that rejoices witli those who rejoice, and
weeps with those who weep. No man
is so Mior, no woman is to poor, as not
to be able to contribute largely to the
happiiiess of those around them.
A Cincinnntian who recently visited
Central Kentucky to see the Blue Grass
region returned disappointed, and de
jected. He traveled 200. miles and
never saw a blade of blue grass. All the
grass to lie seen wits green just the
same old jrevn gross ho had seen every
Beatiyi Washington, n. J.
fzWAmtsV cAlM wiiii name, Hu'.t
Flnin er Gold. 180 stvlns; Areata
Outfit Ilk!. Hull CO., Hudson, X. Y. i
OACknm Cards (perfect bettutles)
-CVwltli lurae lOe. Outfit 10c. Varnar
CmmI Cm., Atbland, Mass. ,
Dr. C. K. Bhesaaer'Bkenllenf
neaa una Diseases ml the friar uml tltclr
f roper treatment especially Itiinnlng bur.
low to get Immediate relter Iroiti ull the
iinn'cnoniitnes of tlie Umeuso, anil a perfect
ly nsrmlcss and permanent cure. A hook
every family should lisve. Sent free to nil.
Address Un. 0. U. Shoemakkii, Aural Sur
geon, Heading, l'u.
1'araan' furaalive Pllla iniike New
Itlcli lllood.inul will completely change tlie
blood In tlio entire tynteni In three month.
Any person who will take I pill each night
from lto IS wcoksmu? licroMnro.l tnsutinil
henltlt, I r such a thing lie possible. Sent by
mull for8 letter stamp'. I. a. JUIINHON
Ac CO., lliMKor. 31c. 4w
Awtrdfl kijkett tUi hi IVitirtinlat KatHiiiluii for
1 hfij tittoUli mtit txetllmtt mid truing thnr
aetfr 0 tuttlinnff nnti fittrfirinl. The lii.t totACCD
cr nimle. A Mir Mn- ttrlp ti flf -mutlt I. cknlr
linaalnl nn Interior cgwli, . f D.ki ,hclini lu,t in
mitfyr.lni(. So!. jrIMflrt. Siilfctnii'(p,
fr. t C. A. Jick Jt Co., ln., I vtvral lire, V.
Don't say humbug, but judge
for yourself; send for free
lithograph of 5-Ton $50.00
Freigght-Faid sold on trial
Wagon Scale, all iron and
steel, Brass Beam. Add.Jones
of Binghampton, Blnghamton,
Hhxson's Capcine Poiious
Pi.asi'KK lor luinciifHH or w.uu-
nets ol' the back. Itlipttmutltin untl till l-
ul uuIivh nud pubis the best leineil)
known. It wan Invented to overvomi! tin
low action ol the (military ruroils flu-
i. n....... ....I.. ... .....I ..in....
Swhere other iluters will not even rellevi
Sold every where by ilriUL'lwt". 1'rlee "J.V..
tut- lHt.MAlK It's I I U (
In tltla new volume tho popular author at
aioirr kcknf.si.nthk ihiii.k portruyH wiiii
vlvuliind thrlllltiL' force iinU eluquetn'o the
events ofSttereU Truth, uud udiU fresh tentl
tnoiiy to Un: beauty, piitho in d sllbilnil ty ut
thu Storiuo of the lliblc. Agents will lliul
lliU Hook with !ti Npurkllug thoiiglit,glow
lug style, beautiful Kiigriivliigit ami rich
lilmllngi the best In thu inulket. Ternis
l.lbcrnl. Clrculuri Iree. Address J. V.
racnvituv &cu..m. i.ouu, nio.
1 UT.I !
;s;;!for 12 years
Have beuu awnnlctl thu
MASON & HAMLIN
C! li I -V 13 rr ORGANS.
At the Pari Kxpotttlon till- yeim thry
are awnrileilllui tiOl.ll 51KI1AL, the
blirliect recoltuiciiHO nt the ilinoil or the
jury. They lime iiIko reeelveil the (UtAMI
uui.ii jiikuai. ut' sv i;ii;iV.uiivA v.
187H. No other American OrRan
buve attained llighent Awarda ut
nnr UorlU'a i:zponUlon. Sold lnreah
or pHVIliniltH by IliNtulltnelitii. l.iiteMt CAT-
ai.uuukh wttn newect myies. piiei, no,,
free. MASON As 1IAMMN UltUAN CO.,
Denton, Nuw York or ;hlcaj;o.
For iairl una Vouna l.ndie rxclu-
lively. IJiiUei-cure nl lrotet'4iit ICpiMjo-
im i'iuiruii. ! or noardinK and Oar
Paplla. Mi'hool yea i' iilnu month three
el(iii. Year heirln Seiitenther 18th.
From eljthtto leu teueherx Iu the fiimily.
All brnncbea tuUKli, wltllMllnlc. O-uW.
Inif, French, (leriniu. Stu.
Music and Drawing; the onlr Kxtraa.
For boartllni; pitplU iroin $-200 to f 225 per
xeUBol year, aveordliii; to miln.
lllSHUr V All., 1 KVoIDKnT
HEW SADDLE AKDHARHSS FIRM,
SEDLACEK & KUMBERA
Are now prepared to do nil
In till" line.
klniu of work
SADDLES, HARNESS, ETC
Buy tox Cash
LOW FOR CASH.
Coiue aut examine
Special attention giv
en to Repair inpr.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
J. M. MoLELLAN A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AtERTS,
1 fl?0 Y, MO.,
Ofkrjbt sale the following:
No, 4 Sallna eountv land : an Im
proved rarm of 400 acre, 330 acrea uader
lence, iwscrea tiroirer. tieweil log notiM
Of IV roami. 14 Utarlea hlffhi a tenunt tiotun
ib ujr. ioi oruuarii in oearing; 7 raiieo.lTora
Hrownivtlle.' Will bo loltt elinnp on long
time, .or exchungeil for property In tula
No. R A farm within 1 mile of the
cAtirt Iiouhb In Trot. 93t aerei t two
tnry frame liotine with an L, amoko hotme,
chicken house, ttable, eiib. tobacco bnro, all
iu boo'i repair, a wen mm izo iruil treei.
No. 10 Klfrhty acres 3 tnllea from
Troy, .10 ncrc timber, 1 tory home with an
crib, Ktuble, nil new billldhnr ; a well ami
xtnvk pond, U0 fruit tree, new rails. Frieo
No. 17 Ono hunilind and forty
four ncrea for 100, 5 mils from Troy. Very
uuo irun, lanu.
No. 18 Flvo hundred and twenty
acre : 1 tract eomnoaed or 4 farm. 4 dwell
Uii liotine. banm. ntublcs irruiiurle nud all
neccary oiitbulldlntc. im fruit tree. It
will be Hold In parcels or as ou tract.
No, 26 Two hundred and forty
ncrcD 3 utiles Horn Troy, nil fenced, und
Well set in gran
No. 27 One hundred' nnd twenty
acres, 4 mile oi Troy, brick house of 8 rooms,
tenant house 10 by 'M, large frame barn,
crib with wnuoit iilieil, stable, Krutmry, lee
liou.c, ben und smoke houses, good cellar
'1 wells and branch for stodk wuter. Inrtco
orehitrd tit hearing; public road upon two
sides, l'ncu ctfoou.
Nn. JJ7 Onn hundred atidtennrrca
1 miles hi nth of Troy, 7ft acres leticed and
Iu cultivation; ;i." acre timber: hoitnu of
;t rooms, Miiki'.houc, well. 'J stables, plenty
of stock witter ; 12) fruit trees in bearing.
No.38 Onn hundred and sixty acres
1) miles south ol New Hope. 40 acre In
cultivation and leticed, 120 acres ,'ood tlm
beitt. Hewed lov house of U rooms, smoko
house, cistern well, 70 Irult trees ill bearlin;,
stuble, vrlb and shed, a u-tler tobacco burn.
No. 89 Ono hundred r.nd seventy,
cljilit J ueres. 2) miles east of Moscow, 110
leueed und In cultivation. I.are house of ft
rooms, s.nokc house, chicken house, stubles.
..no, luuuccu uui ii. t-isiuri; nvn ut House, i.ru
fruit trees. Kverythlnir In good order. Half
mile to new school house.
No. 41 Two hundred ond tlfty-nlno
acres miles southeast of Auburn. 'HO un
der fence und In cultivation, tw acres in tim
ber. I, urne 2-story frame house ol 7 room,
2 tenant bouses, 2 stable with luruc shed, 2
cribs, waKon shed All very convenient.
Over Sou fruit trees in bearing. Good neigh
borhood. School bouse near.
No. 43.-Two hundred1 and forty
acres ft miles east nt Troy, 110 acre fenced
Intn convenient Held. Ill) acre of the very
best limber. A dwellum house of four large
rooms, also u tenant house and all necessa
ry out houses, 2 luruo tobacco barns, orchard
ii bearing. All small fruits in tho garden.
No.-44 Ono hundred nud fifty nrres
2 miles of Troy, KiO acres fenced and In cul
tivation. Two dwelling houses on the place;
I outbuilding, orchard, well anil llv-
. water fur stock ; all In good order.
No. 45 Onn hundred nud sixty
acres in 4 miles of liurr Oak; 150 acres
lenend: dwcllliig-hoiise of live lar'u room.
3 lire-places ; barn, stable, cribs mid gran
ary : about 200 fruit trees of apples, peaches,
pears, plums, cherries and siu.dl Irult. Thu
larin Is In excellent repair, convenient to
church and school. Terms easy.
No. 46 Seven hundred and twenty
acres of timber lauds, nnimproved ; will be
sold Iu n bodv or in tract, us desired bv the
purchaser. It lays 4 miles north of Mill
wood, l'rlco low uud easy terms.
No. 47 Ten arena In Troy; house
of eight rooms, porches, cistern well, wood
house, smoke house, tables and chicken
house ; fenced mid divided Into small Held ,
largo pond In pasture ; fruit trees In bear
ing, und small fruits: shade trees iu yard
uud pasture. A burguln.
No. 48 Three hundred acres, eight
miles north of Warreiiton; 240 acres unim
proved prairie and Oil acres timber. It Is
near tho Lincoln eountv ccal Held. Farms
on threo sides are fenced. Will muko a Urt
class stock furni.
No. 49 Ouo hundred anil ten anres
1 mile of Troy; house of 4 room, abundance
of all varieties of fruits In bearing, 2 tobacco
houses, stablo uml till ncccary outbuild
ings, well watered. Kvcrything in good re
puir. Nn. Ml Forty anres 9 mlleaofTrov,
a house, stablo und outbuildings, a vouug
orchard, a well uud stock wuter. Itcur u
new school house.
No. M Forty nere2mll,anf Troy,
a new houe ami stable and outbuilding, a
young orchard uud good spring.
No. 62 Slxtv aoeea 3 miles of Cap'
au-(iri, a house und milbuildlngs, orchard
in bunt ing. Good wheat land.
No. 63 One hundred and twenty
acres 2 miles or Burr Osk, a house, stable
und outbuilding, fruit treos and stock wa
ter No. 54--One hundred and fifteen
acres!) miles of Troy, unimproved timber
ami. The timber is of the best uuality.
A book containing a list of towns in the
U. S, having A000 pop., uit'l tho newspapers
having largest circulation All tho llellglotts.
A"" ult'.ir.il. gclrlltllic and other snecml
ss Journal. TiiWIo of Hates showlligiot
of iidrertlslng uud everything which au al
Yenisei-woiiui iiko io miow. iiineu nil re.
celpt Of 10c. Add. Ml. P. RHWKLI.
CO', ayrnco i,in,v., opp.Tilbuuo bu.
. Jacob Mbw.
MOHR & IETZ,
Keep cenRfaaitlir en hand
a Mil ni-llt r Onderlak
Um White aVd lm'(Roie
of all ize, rilninfr,ftjiilver
Plated Ornamentii, Han
dles, aVc. Order left with
nn (day or night; will he
filled on very Short No
tice and at HCASONBBLE
Repairs of Furniture Attend
ed to Promptly.
Shop at PoMtnfllce Baild
Something New in Wagon
Jacob Metis, of the hrmorsiohrMentx.
F urniture Dealers of this place, has on ex
blnlt on nn Improved WuKon Standard, foe
which lie obtained letter patent on the tltlt
iluyofJuly, i:o, und to which be Invites
tho attention or tanners and teamstors. Mr.
Jlct. wishes to dispose of state und eountv
rights, und liberal terms will be offered
persous wishing to cnguKo In tho btislnoss.
Ibese standards nro so constructed that
they may o readily nnd quickly attached
and detuebed ; uro strong and durable, sim
ple In construction. Inexpensive inmauu
lacttire, enalillny bolsters to bo Ironed with
much less labor und at much less expense
thuii when Ironed In tho uniul wuv.
Passengers lor tho St. Louis, Kansas City
and Northern Jtullroad will Mud tbe
U. S. MAIL HACK UNE
the most comfortable way of reachuij; thu
railroad from Trov.
Our Hack leaves Troy every day at 12
Connection with the Train for St, Louis,
o Unit p.issrngers do not have to watl n
Wentzt ilia Ihc or six hours.
Our otbor back leuves Wentvllle for Trov
nt 12 o clock, on the nt rival of the moruur
ti'iiln I roin St. Louis, arriving In Troy early
in the evimlnjf.
SRASIOATSl AXX MAT. A UT AT,
DISSASES rom tha SYSTEM,
j.o. BieMAPnnnai bmm
WForSsisliyAllDrunltU. ST. LOUtS.
Letters or administration on tho es
tuto of L.M.IIammack.tleoM.were granted ti
tho underslixniil on iho (lib day of Sept..
1878. by the 1'iobate Court ofLlncolu eoun
All persons tinvitii; claims uunlnst said es
tate sic required to exhibit them for allow
ance to tho administrator within one year
utter the dale of said letter, or they may bi
prcelitdoil from any benefit ofsuch estate,
mill If fill..li ..liilm I... lint i.u1.ilJt..J
two years trom the date ol said letteis, they
This 11th day of.Sept.. ISTR.
JV. WKLCH, Atlm'r.
ADMIXISTUATO IfS "lfmclT.
Letters or adinlni-triitlon on the eslatu
or r roderiek I. tlottle, dce'd.were vrantuil
to the undersigned on the 7f.li dav ol Alltf..
I8.H. by tho Probate Court or Lincoln coun
All persons bavin claims npulnst said es
tate uro required to exhibit them for allow -ani'olo
tne administrator within one vear
alter the duto or said letters, or they iitoy
b precluded iVom any benefit or said e.
lute, nnd If such Halms he not exhibited
within twa years from tbe ditto or kald let
ters, they will be lormer burred.
This Ibthduy ol Sept., IsTS.
A..1. ItUCIIANAN, Admr.
Oce. W. Menu,
Uciin inuKii moyey raster nl work lior ti
than at snytliliiR else. Capital no re
quired ; wo will sturt itii. 112 per dsv
nt bourn in tile by the Ilidiistrlous.jMcli,
women, hoys und girls ivauted evervwhem
to work lor us. Xow is the time. Costly out.
at und terms iree. Address 'i'llUK A Co..
A LOT OK rAitli hHAMOB AP-
41 plication, for Membership at only
Kilty Cent a Hundred. Klftv for M cent
tweuty-tlve fo 20 cenU lass tbaa that iium
ber I ceut eauh.
Under tho l.aclodo Hotel.
' THOY, MO.,
FRANK WOLF. - - Froprltaor.
SUavlnr, Jiliampo'ontB nil Halr-cuitluie
In alio ulKliost stylo of Uie art. Ladies
Hslr Hresslnt. ' iw I
THE TROY HERALD.