T. N. Horn


State Board of Health Certificates

Jefferson College 786 II D R

T. N. Horn, Festus Post Office, 1875 (date of license or diploma) at Keokuk, Iowa

(note: Book said Festus, but also said St. Francois County)


Jefferson Democrat June 6, 1885
Crystal City has many acquirements, among which is the (Dr.) Taylor, where you can get to order, not Taylor-made suits, but Taylor made prescriptions, measured 
to fit the disease, and like Taylor made suits that always fits, Taylor made prescriptions always cure. Limitville is not far behind; for there is the wise Miller that 
lives by the mill; he grinds your corn and your wheat with a will, and you will be wise if you are afflicted with ills, it you go to the (Dr.) Miller of Adams hotel, to 
grind your medicines and mix your pills. If you are fond of history, go to the little drugstore in front of Adam's hotel, there you will find, not the Bruce of Scottish
history, but Dr. Bruce of Limitville, willing and ready to give you a history of all your aches and pains and ills; drugs, medicines and pills. And we must not forget
the running Brooks, the one prefaced with the Dr. - which heads at the large white house, opposite Waggener's store, and is ever running at the call of the sick and 
afflicted. Among our entertainments we often have music by the band. One of it's instruments, the (Dr.) Horn, you will find at the Tony drug store by the side of 
Sexauer's saloon, in constant attendance, ready at any and all times to blow to the tune of the disease.