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I'ctros Council No. II, l?.\ & S.*. M-".
"Will meet eacli Tluirsdny at 0 o'clock P. M.
from 1st October to 1st April, and at 8
o'clock from 1st April to 1st October, on
the following dates, June 2d, July 22, Aug.
1?, Sept. lti, Oct. 211 Nov. IS, ami Dee. 10
G. W. Pmuxsox, Recorder. ? ' ? " *
Eureka Chapter No. 13, \U. A.\IuV ?
"Will meet during the present Masonic year
at the usunl hours, the followin dates :
March 10th, April 7th; Mav fab; June
2nd, August '1th, September 1st, October
27lh, Nevember2lth, Leceinher 2111 li.
J. V, l/.LAK, M. K. II. 1?.
, M. BnvNsoN, See.
' Shibboleth bodge No. 28, ?'% r\\ M.v
"Will meet each Tuesday at 7 o'clock,
from 1st Oct. to 1st April and at 8 o'clock
from 1st April to 1st October on the follow
ing dates, April I, May 2, June 0, .Inly I,
Aur. 8. Sent, ?, Oct. Nov. 7. Dec. 5.
JAS. F. I'/DAK, W. M.
(iy.o. "W. Bkunsox, Sec.
may 21) 1375 7m.
. I. o O. F.
Edisto Lodge No- :W,?Meets at 0.1.1
Fellows Hall, every Friday evening at 8
o'clock, from 20th M'arch td"20lh Senl. and
nt fV?Vloch from 20th Sept. to 20(h March.
j' DkMAKS, N. O.
I .1 II HUM A N W.\ 11 Li Kits, See.
Ucttocru butige?Meets 8 o'clock every
second Wednesday after sale dav;
i i g . F, Dr.MAKS, N. 0.
This body meets Jone S, Sept. 7, IJyci. 7.
Mayors Court, held whenever occasion
SONS OF T10M VK11A SC'E.
Orangeburg Piviidon No. 24, meets every
Monday evening in the basement of the
J'resbvtcrian t'biircb. ?
?Y-. M. V. A.?11.dl and Heading
Fooin over More of Mr. .1. <'. I'ike?open
every night frotn 8:00 to l():oU c m.
Praver' M.etings this mouth .tune 1st, j
Stli, liith. 2'5rd and 2?.?tb at s :!() v. St.
Ihisincss Meeting June 22nd s::?U i\ >l..
Vvrrv Fourth Thursdav in each mouth at
S.:?o"i\ Si. I
M. OI.OYKli, President.
F S pttnu.r, Secretary.
South 'Ciiioliitt Kailroud. j
CKI'lri: lloCKS AT OKA SOi m i.U |?KI*OT.
FrtVvi s ..', b.k A. M. to 2.\ P. M. I'roni'
?:;a o'elo. k I*. M. to li p. M.
Omuls received ami delivered only during
oflice boors. , ..
LO p 1'V T,.
The A'.'lrs ttnii I'onrt'r'r has gone
buck on Chain herlain. Bah '?
The luv. A. 1. Hartley wiP.
ViHeiiito ill tlu> P.Ajdis't Ohureh in th i
ij lnce to-morrow night week.
( nil at ilio denial office of Mr. I.
S. Wolle il Von are surl'oriuti front
'decayed teeth, or desire new din'.*,
und von can be accommodated-.
])r A. C. Dukes mis moved out. ol
bis old Stui'o in o ;be one below it, in
\ii\ler to have repairs m.i'de mi tin
'former, lie has u In.I sujtply oi
medicines, tve, chciip.
Moinhi ino Trustee, Jttd^e Andrews'
Ve'ebrated Stallion, will stund the
Reason this Coming Fall at, his livery
Muhles in this place. Aicmbrino is
thorough bred j swill niotioned, and
without, a blemish.
An -nutho.-instic Kcpubliean meet
lug cifino oil' at. "Mill Rrnnch" on
Thursday evening last, at which Mr.
V. D. - Bowman presided. Stirring
spooehs , were liiado. by Messrs. D. A.
Strakcr.' Gep.-f: Buliver, J. II. Ford
bain, J'. FuMvV Meyers, f. C. Whit
more, .1. II. Livingston, J. 1*. Mays
Ay e have teen many a fine giapc
this .-.<ns.cn, nnd enjoyed them to our
heart's tb'ntenl; but for delicacy ol
flavor and richness id' taste, those
grown by dipt. Briggmann at. his
viticymd in this plac lar excel any
it has been our pleasure to receive
this Summer. They were ulco the
largest we ever saw.
? ?? ? * . 4?? ?
A Republican meeting was held at
KaMcr)in's l'reeinct on the 8th inst.,
at which a campaign club was organ
ized. Speechs were made by Aaron
?Simmons, A. J. Robinson, 11. C5.
Frederick, T. :M. Sumhicrs, K. 1*6?;
J. G. fOsl orn, 12, Forest, A. D. Dan
ncvly, A. 1) Dant/.lcr, J. ,T. Tyler and
I. C. K. Danncrly. M. R. McKinson
acted as Secretary.
TO FA JliVICIlS
Wo desire to make our paper of
value to our agricultural readers; and
with this view, we solicit from practi
cal farmer?, their experience and
opinions relative to anything which
will tend to improve and develop the
agriculture of tho country. Farming
is a science, and skill and intelligence
can accomplish as much in its pursuit
as manual labor. An exchange ol
ideas will do much to diffuse these
advantages among the masses, and wc
urge upon our practical planters to
come forward, and give us their opin
ions ami the results of their experi
ments lor publication.
On Monday mWnlliglftst the little
ibiijfof XiC. 3&$ibW4 felifj from a
second story window and broke Ins
thigh. Dr. M. G. Salley was called
and readjusted the broken limb.
77/7-; MERQN'K*' HOUSE?
Mrs. Mcronoy informs us that sho
will reopen this popular caravansary
on the 21st instant, and, under
recent improvements, will be
able to cxtend^w^lorjtiutl better ae
Qpitfn$dnt|pijj |p hc^bo:|rdors. While
the price of board' will be reduced,
tho fare and comforts of the hotel will
be all that could be desired.
[com m i) Nicatki).]
" - ' " ? > ?ug; 12th, 1?70.
A Republican club was organized
here this day under the most favora
ble auspices. Speeches were made by
several parties, after which the follow
ing resolutions were introduced and
J?'tst>(r<tl, That this club be known
as Kuuros Chap pel Campaign Club;
and thai we heartily endorse the
platform put forth at Cincinnati and
the nominees Uicreof, namely : I* on
Rutherford 11. Hayes and Hon. Wil
liam A. Wheeler, for President and
Y ice-President of I lie United Stales,
and pledge.thorn our undivided and
Km?/* W J'ur(/tcrt Thai we favor the
nomination yf. J. Fehler Meyers and I
T. .1. Phillips1 as -suitable inen for
Comity Commissioners, and C. \V.
Putt/., Rpq., lor Solicitor of- this
Circuit. ' '
The club is favorable to other par
tie-* in office, and also -to IJis Excel
lency, Gov. 1). 11. Chamberlain;
J. P; M. Focufh,
J. T. Pint.i.it's, Secretary!. , .
_ .mmm ' mmmm ?
Ukaj) Quakt its
IJ. Rni'uni.iCAN 1*a?x,v,
OltANOEplUG, GL IT.
August 2, l.sTli.
In pursuance of a resolution of the
Kxccntive Committee, LI. R. Party
Ofaiigeburg /County, 1 hereby give
notice that u -iMus.s Meeting* ? of the
Republican Voters of- the County
will ho held at Orangeiuri: C. II., on
? atunhiy the iflih day Aligns!, inst.,
tor tliu purpose of ratifying the nomi
nations made ?t Cincinnatli, by the
Xatiotal U*. Republican Convention
for I'r sidetit ami Vice President of
the Uni cd States-.
Prominent speakers from various
parts 'erf. tiro State Will be present and
address the meeting.
The stveral pVoeiVtcl chairmen
will extend this noiivyv ?
S. \s. Ih NCAX,
Ciinirhmn Y. R. Party, Drange
burg, X \t.
a few of the I Vnioc'ratic citi'/ens of
I.arnastrr raised n Tilden ami llend
ricks Hag on the top of the Court
House, on Monday, Hist nil., but.
objection being made by Judge
Maekcy, on account of its being a
public building, it was taken down.
The following order maud by
Judge Maekcy, explains itself:
Whereas, it is tsttcnte'd unseemly
and improper thai nhy fliig or banner
of any poHVt'cal part}' whatsoever
should be .raised upon ttioa ..Court.
House?a building dedicated to the
administrat ion of public justice :
j It is therefore ordered, That the
Clerk of the Ccrtvt bo, a ml'he is "h err
by, instructed to prevent, so far as
lies in bis power, the hoisting of any
flag, or the erection of any flag staff,
upon or above the Court House.
It is, further ordered, That .should
any flag be raiscil upon tno Court
llou.se, the Shenlf.shull forlhwilh re
move the sunie; and that it .shall be
the duty of the Sheriff to prevent the
raising of any flag whatsoever upon
tho said building; and he is hereby
I authorized' and'binpowered to use the
! necessary force, pursuant to law, in
the due execution of this order.
T. J. Wackey, Circuit Judge.
. A ugust 1st, 1870.
At a base ball game at Eau Claire,
Wisconsin, the other day, a ball was
knocked out into the outfield. The
?bj?ct of tho playor was, of course,
to get it to the home place as prom pi
ly as possible to prevent a tally. The
Holder threw it with great force to the
.young hiau on the second base, and
the ball passed through bis hands and
struck jiim on tho body. He seized
the ball, threw it home and dropped
The New and comfortable Coitnge on
Aniolin Street, near the Fair Ground:*, vvilli
Kin-lien, Well, cl<\, ntul about one acre
(iank-ii, to Kent Cheap to a good Tenant.
(JEO. 11. COltNEL??N.
aug 12 tt
1 ,;. ft & ? ,? .
IN AID OFnTHJE ORANUEBURG
A,T TI112 c
On .vTJi?rstlay night August 2 Ith
J87? i'f gr?nd vocal trtiil instrumental
concert including Minstrel pcrfbr
munccs, Charades, .striking and da/,
vjling'T?,blqtui,* j;"oto"., etc.; will take
phieo'as above announced, in aid of
the lunds of l b? Brass Band.
Reirctfhni ice -cream, ieed lern
onade. etc wi." ocmi on hand,under
the charge of a committee of ladies.
. ? .An entertainment, of great variety
add beauty will be given, and a full
house desired. Decidedly the best
amateur performance ever rendered
iu < )rangoiiurg.
A OMISSION, '10 els.
'" r est:nvvxt skats, no.
Doors open at 7' o'clock. IVrfor
mjfflfce o commence at <*??-R. M.
Sale of Reserved Seals at store of
' t. WABLAOK CANNON,
Chairman Commit to Arrangements.
QUESTIONS EOll EVEllY ONE TO
Are you troubled with Indigestion,
Const ip'ali on of flic Bowels, Dyspc
psia, ? or any disease of the Liver?
Have you stldlcred for years and found
no relief from the use hi medicines V
Do'ynu have a la in" I appetite, ami are
you.troubled with feelings of languor ?
If )vbu have these feelings we know
yonjiaivc not tried the new discovery
nierrcii's IJcpalinc, at. Or. A. ('.
Dukes' DrugStore. 11. is performing
wonderful cu es in this ami nil ol er
communities where the people use it.
It ij?-^prououncv d by albas 1 be best
Liver Medicine in the world. Two
dosos^will relieve tho worst case of
Dyspepsia or Constipation of tho
lidwcls. Each bottle ennjains fifty
dosrg," ami a teaspdonfal of this
medicine in a wine ghu&ftl) of water
throe! limes a day for one day, pro
duces a most wonderful obangO.
Where the system is run down wit h
loss of energy and appetite, or Dys
pepsia",""with all its train of evil, is
clieeJfipg its" dcddlyTwork, this reincdy",
Merrell's;-" II opaline,- never fails, to
biing about a speedy and permanent
euro, 'fhose who doubt tho nu-tit
and virtues oftbis medicine and live
from day to day without trying the
Ilopatine,^hay.o pur sympathy, -hut ,
can not. Ite'v-tired.unlessth'ey take the
Call n't Dr. .1. C. Wannathaker's
ami get. a pamphlet and read about
Or. Clark vJolu\sto'tfs great, dudiat:
blndd syrup, the best medicine in
use. Or. Wannainaker also basilic
medicine lor .-ale at whole-.alo am!
retail' juiui '11
A nierh'?tis are pbrlieoLrly subject,
tu this disease und its effects: such as
Sour Stomach, Siek Headache Ilabi
tual/ci?jliyeness, Heart burn. Water
brash, coming up of lb j food coated
tongue, disagreeable taste in the
mouth, palpitation of the Heart ami
all disea es of the Stomach and Liver.
Two dosi's of <! teen's August. lvlower
will relieve you at once, and there
positively is not a easo.iu the United
Stafes ;it." will hot cuVe.' FrVoii doubt
this go to your Druggist Dr. C.
Duke.-, and get a sample Bottle for
10"'chits and try it. Regular size 73
Tho. Kxcictses of Alis? it. S. Alhergotti'
Schooiy-wili he, resumed on Monday Sept.
?Ith,, ft.) the" Residence of T. A. Jeffords,
l'Ni|'/,' Rn.-setl St. For terms, eic.,.apply as
atig it) It
Cki:uk's Ori'u'i:, Town Couxcii;,
Town or ftuAx<:i-:r.ri:u,
August loth, lS7t).
l'er.-uanl to Itcsohition of Town Council
at their hist Itcguhir Meeting; Delinquent
Taxpayers of the Town are hereby notified
that on and after the first of September
next. Tax execution.- will be isaucd ng.iinsi
property oil which laxes have not been
paid. T. It. MAIiONli.
Clerk and Treasurer O. T. C.
nug It) ?? , 2t
The fast trotting tho:'OUgll-hri ?1 .Stall tun
rvi a m i j n i x <) t I liimw ?
will stand lor the ball soasan nt mv stables.
MAMIiRINO TRUST I5KJ bv Mambrino
.Medley, be by Ohl Mambrino Chief; Mam
brino .Medley's first dam by Young Medley;
a fine race mare, second dam by Stanley;
third dam by Trustee; fourth dam by
Mambrino TriiKtec'a first dam Jenny
l>ennev, by Iloleobn; first dam by Lady
Wood ford; b\ H'r Willinm Woodlbnl; he by
Woodford; lirsl dam by Herl rand.
Mambrino Trustee* was bred by (Jeorge
W. Ogdeiii Wlights Station, KcntucW
Central Kail Itoad, lloui'huu Uoiinty,
Kentucky, lie is live years old, nnd lias
not had much handling but what had show
ed splendid action, lb: trotted on toe
Columbia (rack last fall al the rale of '2: l.j.
Til ad. c. an ok JO WS
()rang?burgLivery and.-ah- stables.
P. S. Poard for a few mares can he had at
auj? JO ? if
$12 A DAY atbonu. Agents
wanted Outfit ami terms free. TK?K &
Uo.; Augusta, Maine
tuar t1 lb70 1v
I'ilE ?T#15 OF SOUT^r%LlNA.
I n Common I'i.ka?.
Tho llanli of Charleston,
South Carolina an Assignee
of Cephas" Whilteiuore,
Thaddens, ? 0. Andrew?,
Lydia/WtHhuus, Uainab:is | . Summons
Williamson as Assignee,
The Columbia (las Light I for
Company, F. II. (irecn'.A.
I>.| Kjio^'luu as Judge toll IleHcf
I'rnbatc, Assignee, TliHrict"
M. Andrew.??, Kenhen Tom- |
linsoii, John JCLdier a- Comphunt
Tru.-tcv, in JJankmpny of
the rtiliwns tfavii\jt< ifenlc *] r*J*' 'Hj^rvbtl?
of South Carolina, 10. M.
Jackson, li. Cilss Cari?o?lt?i*,
< ioorgc Syniiiiers,MaigaYel
TaUicl, ami Samuel (!. Lau
iihan, now, or lately trad
ing miller the Firm Name
of William Lanahhll& Soiij
To iff. Ihfnolmtt l'\ II. Orccni
Yon :iiu hereby stiiriihonod ami rcipiirod
to answer llu! complaint in this action of j
wliieli a copy is herewith so '.???! upon you
ami to scrvu a copy of your answer to the
kahl complaint on .the stib-cribers at their
blHci! opposite Court I lou-c !* i|iiarc in the
lo\yn of Oriingchiirg S. C, within twenty
day- :tHier the service hereof, exclusive of
the day of kiicIi service; and if yoii fail to
answer the enmplaiiit within (he time afore
said, the I'laiutilfiu this action will apply
to the Court for ilio relief demanded in the
Dated Orangeburg, Julv *2">, IS7(1..
ii?tson -\ iirrsjox
gko. r.oi.ivi:ii c. c. r.
Tollte /)>/'. ,i'/,nil /?'. //. Oro li.':..
Talco notice that the summons in this
action of which the foregoing is a 'Copy; to
gether, with the complaint ?mre?n was
lijed in the t)llic?:'of tlM) Clerk of the Court
of Common IMiitej for the. County*1 of l)r
cMigohurg in tin-State of South Carolina on
the 1 Uli day of August,-A* l>. 1.S7U.
Ill rSUN .v. HL TSQN,
Plaint ill's. Attorneys.
Oningcburg, C. 1I.,S.C.
811KRI KK'S- SALES."
Virginia A. CS. Hart and |
Ira E. Hart. I Fbroelo-mro of
Joseph GrijRii. J
l'.y virtue of the judgment in the above
stated case, I will sell at <)rHiYjgchurg Court
House on the liroi Monday in September
next, i'ii- following rail estate, to wit :
All that plantation or liact of laud situate
on the hold water*, of Kettle. lJrauch in
Vance's Town-hip, cdiitainui-?. i?<)U) two
hundred ?'crc? lilorc prUetaJ ii?d hghnded by
lands of William N'orris, Est (Jcorgo Nor
ris, Hai-hel IJu-h and Est Isaac -Jones.
Terms cash, purchase)- to pay for paper,
SherifFs Office, )
OraiigcbuigC. il., [ Et I. CAIN,
August 1 Ith, 1S.?. ) S. O. G
aug I-.' :'.t
Jfty virtue of Sundry Executions to mo di
rected, I will sell to the highest'bidder,
at Orangeburg C. II. on the First Mon
day in September i\(tH, for Cash, all the
iltglit Title and interest of the Defend
ant in tin- following properly, to wit:
All those two Hfvcral tracts of land Ivinj
ami being on.J.o'nV Uraucli in Orangcbtirjj
Comity, one cev'-lainin:- I'J:'. acres, more or
less, and the other containing 1 12 acres,
more or less, as represented by plats of the
same made by I.. O. Inahnet and dated
day of November, 1?73. Also all that other
tract of laml near the Town of Orangeburg
containing .lit acres, more or Jess, and
hounded ' liy lands oft!. W. Wilson, Dibble.
ami P.oliver, MrVMcKfcwn/lL Kiggsnnd
the So. Ca., H. 11,, ConlpanS*. Levied on
as the property of Win. A: J. Sislrunk, at
the suit of Ellen* D. Oliver Ex's.
Orangeburg C. IT, )
Sliurifl's OHlce,. ?-4 rJ5. I. QAJ^
Aug. 17th, ISTtt. ' ) ' ' '"'R:'0. C.
aug l*j ot
OEK1CE UF COUNTY AGDITOlt,
Oi'.?Wciianjuo, S. C.
August ?th 1S7G.
The County Hoard of EipiaUV-ation will
meet at llii.s ollicc on Moqilay August 23ril
Js7t?, for the purpose pf^-jlKilizing the per
soual property Money and Credits of said
County, I'etitions for the reduction of |
A.-.-c-siiieu'. s must be handed in on or before
JAS. VAX. TASSEL,
aug 12 2t'
The lixcreises of this School will he
rcsniucd on .Monday Scpteiiibcr Ith.
MUSIC h:is been added to the usual
TcrniH per Moiilli.
Advanced (English). 3;00
Advanced (Classical). 4.00
Instrumental Music. -1.00
Vocal Music.. 50.
Vocal Music will he iattglH FREE to the
Classes in Instrumental Music.
Fur further information apply to
ST it lifj R. MELLICH AMP,
ANTON IjEUG, Professor of Music,
aug 12 _ lm
A Hargain can be made by any one who
has the means of purchasing now. The
Subscribers are authorized to sell for
Twenty-Five Hundred Dollars, that very
desirable Residence fronting on Court
House Square, and owned by Mr. C.
Wllitfetuorc. Another year must so increase
the value of Heal Kstate so located, that
Mich a bargain cannot be then made. Tbc
property is under lease for some months.
The Plantation oft.'. Wbittemore, on the
(dd Charleston Uoad, about live Miles fioitli
Orangeburg Court House, can be bought for
$2?>p? <'ash or on time (as to all but $1000)
for a larger hum which can be learned on
HUTSON & riUTSON.
Orangeburg, C. II., S. C, August, 12,1870.
au? 12 tf
PR. IS. F. MUCKIOJVFUSS
Dentist Rooms ovcrBlorcofMr.Oco.il.
Ufc/)"1 Charges Reasonable.
Cotton Gins! Cotton Grins I!
I am prepared to furnish the
with all its latest improvements.
J Oiic 40 SAW (JIN on hand.
JOHN A. HAMILTON,
UmscU PL, next to Mr. Alhergotti's Ihikcry.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Ily AUG. D. KNOWLTON, Kwpnre, J. 1?.
Whereas,-Carryow, hath made, suit
to me, to grant to her letters ol" Administra
tion of tho Estate ami cllcets of Kd.
Mitchell, late of said County deceased.
These are therefore to eito and admonish
all and singular the kindred and Cieditors
of the said Kd. Mitchell deceased, that they
ho and appear, before me, iu the Court of |
Probate, to lie held al Omiigohurg, C. II.
on 2nd Soptendicr next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, toshow
cause, if any they have, why the sai'l
A ministration should not he granted.
(liven under my Hand, this Silt day of]
August Anno Domini 1870.
AUG. II. KNOWLTON,
[i,..?."] Judge of Probate.
aug 12 2t
State of South Carolina.
Okanuriutku Coi; nt v.
P.y Aco. P.. Knowi.ton, Rtfptire,.). 1'.
Where:i?, .lohn S. Holen, hath ntadu suit
to me, to grant to him letters of Adminis
tration of the Kslate and edeets of Mary
S. Holen, lali- of said county, deceased.
These arc therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the Kahl Mary 8. Polen, deceased, that they
he and appear, he fore inc. in the Court of |
Probate, iti be. held at. Oraiigcbh'rg C. II. on
Sept. 2nd, next, after publication hereof,
at II o'clock in the forenoon, toshow cans
if any ihey have, why lite said Administra
tion should not be granted
Given under lit) hand, this Sib day of
August, Anno Domini 1S7?
AUG. P?. KNOWLTON,
"['"?* V Judge of Probate, 0, C.
aug 12 21
The exercises of this .School will be re
sumed on the lirst Monday in September
Tuition pf.ii Month.
1st. Grade, (Beginners,) $2.00.
2nd. Grade, (Grammar Pupils,) Jfi2..-|0.
3rd. Grade,,(Advanced Pupils,) $?.00.
Music, on Piano, (Lesson each day,) $."?.00
Latin, Greek &e., ~?0 cents extra each.
Hoard per School week, $l.">0. ?
Hoard per School Month, from $10.00 to
HUGO 0. SDKRC?AN, Principal
MISS P.. II. VAN LKW, Music Teacher
aug "t 1 m.
Tin?- Hridgcs across Koroholc Swamp nn
the Five Clion Road will be let out for
Uepai'rs on 'Smiulay the 21st Of August
IS70, :>.l 10 o'clock A. M., plan and specifica
tions made known on tl at day at the time
of letting out.
Hy Order of the Hoard.
C, II. C. C. O. C.
July 21st 1S70.
july 22 nt
want to make
u change in our busi
ness and have made a
change in our prices, Wu
will sell our Kulirc St?ck of
Goods now in Store at cost for
the next thirty dayu. Wo mean
what wc say, and would invite all
those that wish to save money
to call and price before
J. P. HARLEY & CO.
On Monday June 25th Rev. J.
Bach m ail Ila.skcll and Sisters, will
at their rcsidenca on Russell Street.
In connection with above a KIN
PKROARTLN, (for children be
tween the ages of ill reo (3) nnd seven
(7) will be opened as soon ns the pro
per material can be procured from
Applications for both Schools re
ceived on Saturday and Monday
between the hours often (10) and two
,T. BACH MAN IIASKELL.
The. Two Story Ruilding in the Town of
Lewisville. The first Story filled up as a
Store, complete in all respects. The second
Story arranged foi a Residence.
For particulars apply to
aug. 5 tf
SEND 25c. to G. P. ItOWKLL A; Co.,
New York, for lMiamphlet of 100 pages,
containing lists of 300 newspapers, n\u\
estimates showing cost of advertising.
SIX ami QUARrER Cents!
SJX AND CARTER CNNTS
?SIXTEEN YARDS I
fOLl OJKE DOLL AH 1
SIXTEEN YARDS ?
EOR ON 15 DOLLAR !
FUR ONE DOLLAR
One Hundred Pieces
T. KOHN & BROTHERS
Which Will bo ??ld ...at the above
HARD TAN PRICES:
New ?fjijihjg Gooclsiillow
No \v U rcfe-s Goods!!
Now Spring Parasol's!!!
WeolTor, also, full lines leading brands
I,ong ClolhCS. at the lowest
manufacturers' pticefl and, Shcct
iiiKH, Pillow Cohons,
Towels, I.iucn Tali- .._
lings, Irish Uncns,
of the best malrcsat price.?
that cannot tail to please. ? > ?
requires all buyers
of .Spring Clothing,
lo examine our goods before purchasing;
Cur ?fc>ck of Clothing oaeeU lo lasLetf,
extent, Styl?, Quality and IwQOOony.
We idiro have iu store a largo variety of
latest fashion* in I-adles, Genfci,
Hoys and 4-1 iris Straw Hate
and every other style of Sfffttfi la
vogue. Stationary, IJnoo
Halls, Bats, Pistol Car
tridges and thousands of other
articles tco numerous to com
mence to mention, pur
chased at the prartdling
liOW Prices, and
will be sold *e
Shoes and Gaiters
in Leather or Serge for Men,
Women and Children-, ia
large assortment of the bost makes at
prices to suit (he times.
All we ask of the ti|M<t
public is to come ?and nee no,
bring along -the Silver <?r
Greenbacks, which is at par
with each other.
T. KOHN & BR0T11ER.