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Polros Council No. 11, 11.-. & S.\ IYI.\ Will meet each Thurmlay at ? o'clock P. M. from 1st October to 1st April ami at 3 o'clock from 1st April fo 1st October, on the following dates, June 2*1, July 22, Aug. 19, Sept. 10, Oct. 21, Nov. 18, anil Der. 10. J. F. IZLAIt, T. I. G. AY. Bauxsox, Bccorder. Knreka Wtaiitcr No.'13, lb*. A/. M.'.? "Will meet during the present Masonic year at the usual hours, tho followin dates : March 10th, April 7th. Msiy 5th, Juno 2ud, August 4th, Septembor 1st, October ?7th, N?Yomber24th, December 29th. J. F. JKLAIt, M. E. II. P. j. M. B.kuxskw, Bee. Shibboleth Lotlgo No. 28, A.'. P.*. 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 4, May 2, Jim?; t5, July 4, Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 3, Nov. 7. Dec. ">. JAS. F. IZLAIt, W. M. Guo. W. BnuKSOX, Sec. may 29 1S7? ? 7m. i. o. o. T. Ktlisto Lotlgo No. 88,?Mcei/i at Odd Fellows Hall, Pvcry Mbiulay cveiling nt 8 o'clock, from 20th March to 20tli Sent, ami at 7* o'clock from 20;li Pr.pt. to 20th March. A. F1SCI1EB, N. O. O. D. BLUME, Sec. Robccca hotlgc?Meets S o'clock every second Wednesdav after sale (lav. " A. FISCH EH, N. G. "town council. This body meets June 8, Sqtt. 7, Dec. 7. Mayors Court, held whenever occasion requires. SONS OF TEMPER A NtiE. Orangeburg Division No. 24, meets every llouday evening hi the basement of the Prosbvteri.m Church. Y. M.- A.?Hall and Heading Boom over Store of Mr. J. 0. Pike?open every night from 8:30 to 10:00 r. >r. Prayer Meetings this month June 1st, 8th, lBthi 23rd and 2'Jth at 8130 j". m. Hftcihcfffl Meeting .June 22nd 8:30 r. M., *very Fourth Thursday in each month at S:W0'l?. M. M. G LOY EH, President. FSDinin.r, Secretary". LOCAL. Mr. T. \Vi Alhergotti requests it? ito state that.,1h; will nut deliver bread ith his wagon on the It Ii inst. J. C. Tike lost an infant ?n Tuesday morning, and in pat hit's of the entire com fx hi hi. ion of Mr. Meliiuhanip's ^School came till' last audit i? the litis? 111cut of the I'rCshyicrian Church -Partienbus next week, ^'Aj?iir_AT THE ilAPTJST_\ The llcv> A. I. Hartley preached ?Vfro powerful sermons in the Baptist Church \>n Sunday last. Iiis stylt ia |)ti);Uhtl*) cluq?chl. and eflccti?'e. The Kur) Miiuhrio Centennial came ?df oil the t&ijh Onttigebtng was well };ej resented. Wtf \vcre down there tint wi.-hod ouiveiVeS !?4tvk iii pk'n.-nnt Orangobutg before the d-tv W:?s hulf spent: By advice, of the llejittty Grand "Worthy I'atrian h, the ilifln Untion of the Officers of Orangehurg Division Ko. 24 S. of T. which was to cninc oh* oh Monday night, has been deferred to Monday night week. The. speeches have also been postponed, nod will be delivered on that uitiht. A Grand 4th of July Carnival. A Happy Time Com t so. 'I he Centennial Committee met again on Wednesday afternoon last ih the Ball of the Young Americas and transacted a good deal of busi ness, looking to a 4th of July celebra tion at this place. TJie following arc the full minutes of the meetings held on the 31st of May and 7th of the last month : At a meeting of the Centennial Committee held on May 31st the fol lowing officers and Comniitt ies were appointed for the Centennial Carnival to he given on July 4th 1876 : CJHiintwn of,General Committee: C. F. Gkiirels. Assistants : G. W. Wilson, J. W. Moscley, Av II. Lewin, C AV. Wilkinson. " Secretary?A. E. Glover, . Treasurer?J. H, Livingston. committee of AnitAKGF.memts : Mrs. J.- H. Livingston, Mrs. E. Ezckiel, Mrs. C. P. D?hrels, Mrs. W. A. Meronoy, Mrs. J. AY. Moscley, Mrs. D. IS. Glover, Mrs. W. N. Scovillc, Mrs. Aikcn Bull, Mrs. S.U. Mcllichanip, Mrs. J. Ogrcn, Mrs. C. Jones, Mrs. Ii. C, Wan ' namaker, Mrs. J. D. Andrews Miss A. Kitchings, Miss C. L?. Neu fer, Miss. C. Wannnmakcr, Miss E. Scovillc, Miss T. Briggmanu, Miss M. Doy'l?, Miss D. Williams, Miss L. Williams, Miss C. Tucker. COMMUTES ON' LEMONADE : W. A. Edwards, Chairman; W. C. Bull, A. Redmond. COMMITTEE ON BASKET : E. EzekieL carvers: W, A. Meroney, Jno. II. Dukes, J. Geo, Vose, E. Ezekiol, P. DeMars. COMMITTEE ON PLATES AND dishes :. Winlicld Clark, Frantz Briggmnriu' W. Ii. Harley, Ai B. Walker. COMMITTEE ON dam. room t J.Ogren, manager; J. A. Jones. At an extra meeting, held June 7th, tho following resolutions were adopted : Iieeolvctl, Thntwe extend nu inviia tion to Dr. T. A. Elliott, Judge Glover, Col. W. P. Hutson and Mr. II. Biggs as our beloved Centennial guests. A'eWm/, That our worthy Mayor Geo. Bolivcr act as Grand Marshal for the day. Jlctoirai, That a committee of five Ladies wait on our generous merch ants and request them to close their stores on the -Ith of July, and make it a general holiday. Jfvaolval, That a committee of ?hrec bo appointed to wait on the Trustees of the dillercnt Churches, und have the bei la rung from 6 to 8 o'clock, a. M., on the-Ith of July. llesoh'cif, That a committee of ten Boys and Girls be appointed to wait on the Editors of the Orangchurg Ne\V8 AND TlMFS and /'Vt*? L'ifi:<ii, and request them to print two hund red copies of "Hail Columbia," ''Our Dixie,'" and "Star-Spangled Banner" for us. AVvo'm/, That our Centennial can non, under command of Ciipt. CM. Wilkinson, lire a salute of 100guns between the hours ol -1 and 8 o'clock, a. Mi, on the 4th of July. licsotwf, That the Edisto Rifle Club reorganize and parade with us on the -lib ol' July. llrsoh ttf, That wc extend an invita tion to the I. Y. A. F. E. Co. and E. I. IT. and li. Co. to parado with us on the 4th of July. A'cWrW, That the proceedings of this meeting be published in our papers, and that we extend an iuvita lion to all in our County. The following is the programme for the day : vkooesstox To form at Engine House at 8 o'clock, a. Mi, to countermarch around the Court Iioii.se Square; thence dbw,n Kussel! street to Hurley's corner. ? " roil *i iiR j r.-tt-THAq*: Tbc procession will enter vehicles at lint ley's corner, and march to ? A i i lYf?Tfs"" i Is) i -1 Fa p. ox 'i'll (MtoUNDS: "SliU-Spangled Banner," by the Oratigebiirg band. "Watch on he Rhine," by the German b'aeiigerbund. Centennial Dance by Twelve Boys I and Girls. "Dixie Laud," by the Orangeburg band. Knights of Malta. Fuss in the Corner, by the Old Folks. Waltz, by the band. Fool Jiaco, by Five Boys. Target Practice by Edisto Rifle Club. Corn Sack l?ace, by Four Boys. 'Tolka," by Orangoburg brans band. (lame of Base Ball?five innings. Horse Haec, entries by J. W. Can non and E. F. Slater. ''Home, .Sweet II"ine," by the Orangoburg brass band. This will close the exerciser at the Fish-trap. EVEKiNp imIoorAmme : Torchlight Procession. AT TDK co' UT hoT'SE! Music by the Orangeburg brass band. Oration, by S. K< MEllichAMP, Esq. "Waltz," by the Orangeburg hand. Oration, by M. I. BroWNINO, Esq. riRHWOHF-s: A splendid display of fireworks will take place in front of the Court House alter the Oration, TDK close: The exercises of the day will close with a grand Costume Ball. Ad mission 50cts. All persons arc requested to bring kuives and forks and baskets; plates and spoons will be furnished. Heads of families and Baskets arc especially invited. - i...in . * . <B?? - Tho Republic for July is now out. This magazine deserves the support of every citizen who takes an inte rest in public affairs. Republican in tone, it is calculated to impart vigor to the pending campaign. Its col umns are filled with the facts and figures needed by those wdio expect to take an active part in the Presiden tial struggle. To public speakers and writers it is a necessity; to Rcpubli cans everywhere it is invaluable. The July number contains the follow ing articles : Onward; An Encourag ing Outlook; The Two Parties; Ex tradition; Investigating Committees; Tho Chinese in America; A Sectional South; State Sovereignty Facts; The Horrors of Andersonvilln; Patriotism and Slander; Educatiou in France; Kcpublicnn Success and the National Credit, &e. Send 82 to the Republic Publishing Company, Washington, I). C* This number begins the sev enth volume. Call at Dr. J. G. Wannamakcr's and get a pamphlet and read about Dr. Clark Johnston's great Indian blood syrup, tho best inodicino in use. Dr. Wnnnamaker also has the medicine for sale, at wholesale and retail. ' *~ \ * jtn\e'2'k ? - MO ? -??? A Flow nit that Citaxoes rrs CoL?it.?Botany is a division of na turai science which treats of plants, and a study of Vegetable Phisiology must be the foundation of botanical knowledge?a study only possible by the improvements in the microscope and in organic chemistry. / s plant j are not scattered haphazard over the earth, botanical geography must be studied, with this, plant-history. Botany may be applied to the wants of every-day lite, as in Agriculture, Horticulture, or Medical Botany. Animals often exhibit a marvelous instinct in selecting medicinal b rbs, and an observation of their habits has often, even in the present time, led to most valuable discoveries. And should man, with his knowledge and appliances, fail lo discovei less than the brute? It is of: Medical Botany wo would speak, or of the Ilcpatine Plant, discovered in Southern Nubia, the Flower of which changes its color with every change of the atmosphere, The remarkable changes and varia lions ?f this Plant and Flower have been lor yea is our special study, '-o suiting in tltc discovery of its posses sibti of wonderful medical properties, the existence and value of which have heretofore been entirely un known to 'medical science. After much labor and scientific invcsliga lion, wo have succeeded in extracting its peculiar medicinal principles, which is a specific am! core for all diseases of the VLivor, Stomach ami Bowels; a permanent cure for Dyspe psittj 1 ndigestionA Spleen, Conslipa lion, Joundiec, uuiVal l Bill inns Com plaint'*. Of courseVc can mil send a living Flower of this Plant to all who read of Ilcpaline; |)u\to!ii!| who will send their address to Mcrrcll & Cottden, Philadelphia. \PaV, with a three-cent stamp for return postage, we will semi Free a fae-sutilc of the Flower, (ha*, will changeVits color jtist the same as the real ilcpatine Flower. \ The Medicine, Merrell's M via tine for sale by 1m-. A. C. Dukes vVauge burg, S.C.j and will euro ail diseases of ihe 'Liver. A l)i<t|)e|i.sin? \ Americans are particu 1 urly suhjet^ to this disease and its effects : such as\ Sour Stomach, Sick Ilcadauhc Habi tual cortiveness, Heart burn. Water brash, coming up of ths food coaled tongue, disagreeable taste ill the mouth, palpitation of the Heart ami all dis-m-es of the Stomach and Liver. Two doses of Green's August Flower will relieve you at once, and there positively is not a case in the United Slates it will not cure. If you doubt ibis go to your Drtlggisj. Dr. C. Dukes, and get a sample Bottle for 10 c? tits and try it. Regular size 75 cunts. Died on the* evening of Jane 22 Mary Alice, infant (laughter of John S. and Ko Bftlie 1.. Mitule, aged S month* and 22 days. A. little floweret came from Heaven To bloom upon thin earth, And many hearts were joyful made Uy that sweet infant'? hirth. P?ut oh ! how very brief the joyfl To all poor mortals given; F..r ere she had been long with us They missed her up in heaven. For while the Master viewed his plants lie missed the (lower so fair, "I cannot spare the sweetest one Go thou and bring it hcie." i The messenger did tjuiekly go And traveled day and night, Ami when he saw our Mary dear, SaiU he;''Oh ! there's the flower." llo looked upon our darling's face, And shr did sweetly sleep, And bearing bei" to God above lie left us here to weep* Then parents look beyond the cloud Kor Mary is at rest; Confidingly she lays her head On Jestta loving breast. For there amidst the happy throirg She'll ne'er know grief nor harm, For round that little angel's head Is twined the Saviour's arm. Our darling Mary'? gone to God, For her abort race ih run; Then help ub fervently to pay, "Thy will Oh ! God be done." M. IT. Notice. COUNCIL CfTAM JlERf TdWN OF OKANOKIlUaO, Juno 20th 1S70. The time for the Collection of Town Taxes having expired, parties who have not im itl their taxes will he allowed until (he lOlb day of July to pay the same with penalty, after thai dato executions will issue. lly order of Council. T Pv. M ALONE. Clerk. June 21 ' 2t FOB, SALB Three fine thoroughbred lleikshiro PIGS from imported Slock. Apply at my Livery Stabes. T. 0. ANDREWS, jime 24 tf OFFICE OF SCHOOL COM.>FrSSIONER; Ojian'ukbuiio County. Oraxoeburo, S C.i June 22d 187G. Ah Act to establish a certain State Scholarship, in tlic State University of | South Carolina approved Foburary 2()th 1871. Notice is hereby give", there will be a meeting held at the County Seal, at Orangeburg on Monday July 3rd by tho Board of Connty School Exam 1 ucr?, a free public Competitive Rxam" nation for those who desire to avail themselves of tin advantage. The Cadet must be 10 years of age and thuy moot give a satisfactory eveidence of good moral cbaraeter. THOMAS PHILLIPS, County Setioul Com. of Ortuigeburg. junc 24 21 'THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA On\soBnuno Coustv In Common- Pleas, J. J. Antilly, ) vs. 5- Judgement J. W Anliliey J for and \ Foreclosure. Mary K. Antilley J Ry virturcof the Judgment herein, I will sell, to the highest bidder at Orangeburg Court Mouse, on the fnvt Monday of July next, between the usual hours of sale, at public auction; the following property tuwit: That Steam Saw Mill and the appurten ances and fixtures thereof, how heingon the Plantation ofj. \\\ Antilley near Cannon's It ridge on the South ICdislo Hirer in lUe County of Oraugeburg and in the State aforesaid. Tkhms ok Sai.k?One Fourth0 Ca ;h. balance payable as follows: One fourth oh the lir.'i ilay of .January next, and the balance in two equal annual instalments payable on the first day of; January of each sttcecdiug year with interest from d: secured by Hood and Mortgage of tin purchaser. Purchaser to pay lor papers and recording. a t.so ST ATI*. OF SOUTH CAHOLINA OrANG ISItUR? COUNTV, Is Common Pi.k'a*?. Mary E. Oliver, Adm'x., vs. Frederick K. Oliver, Rachel F. Speigner, ci a!. I'y virtue of the Judgment herein, I will sell at Or,aiigeb.urg Court Ifouse,on lb first Monday in July next, within the u = ual hums of sale: All that l?t of land in the Town oi* prahgeburg, containing Eight (S) acre;, lUore or less, hounded by lauds of A XVelMter, tJsiate ofSillley, lto?a Copes fiild the public Road. Terms of Sa'c-rtJasli enough Id pay taxes oh all the lauds of Thomas t >ii vor intestate, and the ifostrt Of this action and expenses of sah-, halaneu Oh a Credit of one and two v iars, scetTed by Bond of pirrehasor bear ing interest from day of sale, with aMorig iig?? uftlic promises. Purchaser to pity for I':l|ters and Recording. Orangeburg 0. H., ) ShcritFs Olllco, [ li. T.CAIN, .'nit; ':"?Ti'i/, '.-iToV J 1.3. 'x'h-ttt? juiie 17. !U Good II EE V ES ami SUEEP in good condition, for which full '.market price will be pn id % Apply to M. ALBRKCIIT. * n ay Itf Sheriff's Sales. By viityio of Sundry Fxeciitiniis to me dir ected, \1 will sell to the highest bidder, al Oru\vel>urg ('. II. on the Firtt Mon day in Vnly iiext, for Cash, all the Riglit Tvlc and interest of the Defend ants in thy following property, vis: AH that trcici of land in Oraugeburg County, on North Kdisto Kivar, containing ]'.??"} acres, inon? or le<J, mid bounded by lands of Mrs. S.\ K. Rarreft, J. W. Culle'r and J. II; - InatXiiet. at the suit of Daniel Hilev. .Lao AH that listet oI" land in said County ob Loii!/ It ranch contaiining 1ST acres, more or less, (Mill Tract) as represented by a plat made by L G. luabuet iifitli of November 1S7:>. Levied on as the\j*roperty of W. A. .1. Sisirunk at tlic suit oS KHeii D: Oliver, F.xet'x? \ Al.so v All that tract of land \in said Co inly containing 110 acres, more ?r\lc*?, hounded by lands of Geo. Micken, Vim IlrowiV, Irvin Cahlwcll and others. Levied otVas the pro perty of Koberf and Julia Lewiis at the suit of Jldlcrson 1>. Houser. ALSO All that h?l iif land with the btjildiiiirs lliereon situate in the Town of Oningcburg, on I'rough dm and Russell Street-, and known as Mcioney's Hotel. Levied pn its the property of Win. A. Meroney al, (he glitt of Rrtif)| FauckutiV & Co. A I. So V 2 Mares and Colts, Levied on as the pro\ nerlv of Lcvi K. William-; at the suit of Martha M Hulto. Sheriff s Office, } Orangcbing C. IL, \ Is. I. CA 1 X, July lOthj I8.'ti. J S. O. C. IIG ACA DEMY AND KINDERGARTEN. On Monday Juno 25lit Rev. J. Baoliiriaii liaskoll and Sisters, will open a SCHOOL at their residenca on Russell Street. In connection witli above a KIN DERGARTEN, (for children be tween the ages of three (?!]) and seven (7) will fo opened as soon as the pro per material can be procured from the North. Applications for both Schools ro ceived on Saturday and Monday between the hours often (10) and two (2) J. R ACII MAN IIA SKEEL ORANGEBU?G. Ix Common Pr.eas. Olivcros v.i. Oliven?, et <tl. Vor Sale, (lie Lot, and Residence on. Russell Strct-t recently erected, between Mr. Pike's and Mr. ScoviU'*; will* the ornamental material for finishing the piazzas, &c, iu handsome Ktylc. The house has Frcneli roof, three bay windows, nud kitchen extension, and has eleven Uooms iu a'! Tho Lot extends back to (j lover ?Street in the rcxir, has outbuildings and a line Well of water. For further particulars, apply to Mrs. Rosa Olivcros, Executrix, or tiie undersigned, who will receive pro posals for the purchase of the same. The time for proof of claims againt the Estate of the late Esidro I. Oliveros has beeil extended to August 1st, 1870. liy Order of the Court 0. Ii. GLOVER, Referee. jvno 3 3tu. NOTICE. OFFICE OF SGir?OL CO] MMSSkQNE?, OUAXOtnCRO Cov^ty. On.txoKnuufi, 53. C., Juno 10th 187?. Notice is hereby given in accordance to Section 49 of an act to establish and maiu tain a system of Kr-<e Common Schools for the State ofSouth Carolina approved March Gtli 1871, provides that an annual meeting of each School District, shall be held on the last Saturday in June of each year at 1*2 o'clock M. Notice of the time and place bebiggiven by the Cleric of the Hoard of Trustee- by posted written or printed no tices in their public place of the District at least lO days before the meeting. To raise by tax in addition to the amount appor tioned to the State to their use, such fur ther sum of money as they deem proper} for the support of public .schools. Said sum not to be more the $3*00 for every child in the District between the ages of six and sixteen, as asserted by the last enumeratson, said to be collected by the County Treasurer and to be held by him subject to the order of tin* Trustees, countersigned by the Coun ty School Commissioner. TIIOS. PHILLIPS, Co. School Coi l, of june 10?It Orangeburg, Co., C. II. ?RANGEI1UKG, S. C. June 1st 1376. I will bo. at the following named place? to receive Returns of Personal property for the yenr 187G, iii fellow*: AtLcwisville Monday and Tuewlay June 12th 13th. At Fort Motto, Wednesday, Juuc Nth. A i Rowesville, Friday, Juno lGfh, At Branch villo,Saturday June 17th At W. E. Lewis' Store (Poplar) Tuesday. June 27th. At J. F. Ways Store (Goodhys) Thursday, June 29th. A t \\ ouVVb WiYYjl? ov.li.y, ImJ Otli - At Col. D, Livingston Mill, Tues day, July 11th. ' At W. L. W. Riley's, Wedncsdayi July 12th. The Office at Orangeburg will bt open for the same purpose until the 20th day of July 1?76, after which time tho 00 per cent penalty will ho. charged against all delinquents. JAS. VAN TASSEL, Co. Auditor. Grain Cradles. Western Corn. Six finger grain crndles just recbivsi ALSO Another oar load of PRIM? CORN, wluofc is offered at low prices fcr Cask. AUGUST A E?KILY FL0UB. FRESH BEAT RICE, Ac., von s.vi.r. tu* JOHN A. HAMILTON, ?IT O II N OGRB N succkssob ok ROBERT JENNY; Importer and Manufacturer OP HARNESS & SADDLES. Has tlie pleasure to inform the Public that he has Received a heavy Stock from the North ofwvery description What belongs ! to a first class Saddlery Establishment. ?,\bo wish to draw particular'attention In Iiis Stock of \ LADIES HIDING SADDLES aimVhis assortment of \ a SHOES. Pri\c? lower then ever. GooJlt Saddles at :?3.?0. Good\S|ioes at $1.75 THE STUTE OP SOUTH CAROLINA. ?ik\Nor.nuno County, Rn Common Pleas. Lauretta \\ Hydrick, Ami'r?Conttst Aunexo of A. JT^. Hydrick deceased, PlnntitT] Against Melissa V. Hydrick, and others DofcH&mfo .AH persons hawing demands ngainrt tko Instate of the Bald ^Andrew J. Wydriek, ape required by an OrtJer of the Coiast in tke above entitled action,to present ttwH py.nve the same beforo the\ undersigned, ?n or, before tho first day of August ?ext, w \>p debarred payment. \ June 12th 1ST?. \ Wm. F> IIUTSON, \ Refeec. june 17 \ im six mm m. SIX and QUARTER Cents! SIX AND QUARTER C?NTS SIXTEEN YARDS FOR ONE DOLLAR ! SIXTEEN TARB& - Is'Oli Dp?SSAB 1 SIXTSHW1 jA?X?- v scyi ?ail -??e?sAHi Just received One Hundred Pieees CHOICE PRINTS AT T.K0HN? BROKER'S Which will bo sold at tho afcov* HARD PAN PRIOES: [ Naw Spvua.? Groaekaatl?W .pari? as I New I>??<?s ?h*?A?!f Wc efiir, also, fufl ?**3 kdO^Bg btftais E.otas CXelKos. at tii? l?frart k i?aofc/aatuW p? lfld Ml, ?&CCfr- JJ ingfls Pillow cSo?tc5na, Towels, LiEoa Tntb [ Iinge, 3 risk ILlnena, Cassioacros, CoKon ad?a. p?atsSeHffB, _ofti* best makes at prices . tk-atMunst fell u>ju*ea?er~?^ X?vr Clothing! Kew Styles! J Prudesoe ~ requires all bnyerfl offspring Clothing to ?cassiiue out* good* Were pttrefctftlsp far f^ottof1 <?lQ?l!in^ <rfi**H iu t4$4$? " ostaat, O.tyb?, Qs?diiy aad LL?QOCtrry. TYe nlso libra in itoro a largo variej? fc? latest fAsaiona ia XudlfiS, Cfes$t&f Koyn and. Glrln Straw Mais and cvary other s>tylo of 53tttS Is regit?. Stationary, Ban Hulls. Hats, Pistol Car* tridges and lk*uaands of oucr articles tie numerous to eora mense to mention, por? cbasud at tho prevailing low Prloee, an* will fco sold 9? cording I <r. Shoes und Qalteve in Lvnthor or Sarge for ?JcE3, Women and ChlHdret?, i* large assort nuat of tho beut makes t\ prices to suit tke ttmee. I All we ask of tteo lifted pwklie 1? to colmc and see oa, , bring along ili? Silver er <5Jroa*ba?.lLas, whlvih 1b w% par with ?utph atib;ev. T. KOKS & BROIfll?.