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lOAL J ITEMSd
Methodist church, Rev. A. W. Walker, Pastor
1st Sabbath in each month at 4 j'alock p. m
24 Sabbath in each month at 10j o'clock a. n
i8econa Baptist Church, Rev. Hlott, Pastor
1st Sabbath and Saturday before in eac
m9nth at 11 o'clock a. m. on Sabbath, and a
8 6'0ock p. m. on Saturday.
- Rev. Hugh MLees, Presbyterian, (Secona
2d Sabbath izi each mouth, at 11 o'clock a. m
Pay your subscription.
'Our town is beginning to look
There is some mad dog excitmont
Nice fat beef is beginning to find its
4w way to our market.
Sweet potatoes are coming in.
A great deal of fruit has been can
ned and dried in this County.
PeAgand contentment reigns 3u,
preme in the land.
The County Treasurer opens his
books again the first of next month.
Cotton only 9 cents. Sow oats and
Items of interest solicited from
every section of the County.
Cotton is opening rapidly in this
County, and the farmers will soon be
busy picking it out.
James M. Murphrec killed two rattle
snakes last week. Each hud ten rat
tles and were about four and five feet
The greatest enemy to children is
worms. Shriner's Indian Vermituge
will save th( m from ruin if used ac,
cording to the directions.
We are waiting to hear from
Tho.Twelve Mile Canpmecting is
now in progress. A large crcwd wIll
doubtless be on hand Sunday.
WVe would like to hear a true ac
count fromn the. party that left here
last Saturday, and went by tuo way
of Bay Ius II's.
Pay your1 subscription. If you do
'not intend to pay, inform us of the
fact and we will discontinue your pa
4 Our friends need not be uneasy
about us. Wec do not itenid to pro
cure a double seatcd bug.gy and go
ni OUnd( in the country teaching sing
ing schouols. We have a souI for' mu
sic, and only go to hear gosiging
when in reach of us. Oh no, we do
not intend to turn singinig teacher.
The first bale of new Cotton sold
in ibis County. was bought at Easley
Stat ion:, >y R. EL ileom ben & Son,
from E. B. Rlichar'dson), on the 12th
instant, at 10 cenits per pound, with
$5.00 premium. The bale was picked
* and packed at HU lcombe and Loop
Capt. A. C. Hughes bas shaved his
beard a la Jlampton). We think it
improves his looks very much, thoughi
wve heard some young ladies say at
the singing last Sunday evening that
the change made him look horrible.
Mr Alonzo M. Folger haf, placed in
our office three stalks of corn, grown
by him in this place, which have an
aggregate of sixteen fully developed
ears on them. He has one acre which
competent judges estimate will make
sixty bushels. Don't go W est young
.man, but come to Pickens.
Thoe County Board of Equalization
go1 through with their work last week.
'They meet again on the 25th inst.
wben aill wvho have been "raised" by
them will be accorded at hearing.
BLYTHEwooD 'EMINARY.--Vo cal]
the~ special attention of parents oi
guai dians, having daughter's, or fo.
males under their charge, to educate
to tile advertisement of the abiovo in
stitution, which aIppahra in this issue
'The Semh tary is situnted 16 mileE
Nor'th of the city of Colu mbia, in on<
of the most health ful sections in th<
State, and is aCcssable by railhvay
Sbeing three-quarters of a mile from
Blythewood Station, (formerly D)oko
on the Charlotte, (Columbia~ and Au'
gusta Railroad. The colleg.. is un.dej
the management of an able and ac,
counplished corps of professors, and iti
management is of the most approvec
9' orrier. Thcrii is a sccial featuro in th4
college and hygienic advan'tages wor
thy the conslderation of parents. Ir
this institution pupils are trained au
well as educated, and the fact that tht
Rev. A. W. Lamar, so well and favor,
aibly known to many in this County
is cbn.nected with the Semilnar'y shoulc
be ,a sufficient recommendattion for it
For price of botard and tuition an<
other i%r&riculars see aivertisement.
Everybody, and alt "thar kinfolks,
are a gwine to do campmeetin" to
Tho Railroad portion of ofi' town is
improving rapidly. Several now side
tracks are being laid. Several car
loads of itirnber have been shipped
here, for building repair shops. Some
say that the Company's shops will
cortainly be located here.
The series of ineetings held here, by
the evangelist, Rev. J. A. Munday,
closed last Truesday night. The meet
ings were well attended, and resulted
in the adding to the church of 13
We, of the school twnching fratorn[
ty, should return thank to our 11on
orablo Representative, for being so
kind as to bring us up some "greens."
"Greens" are not only good in the
spring, but are good at any time, if
they have the "backs."
We like our jolly County Treasur
er's manner of paying off claims. He
pays out with as much good humor as
he receives. It isn't like "pulling eye
As we read the papers, we are con
strained to cry out, "Hurrah for
Ilaml)ton and his thief catching com,
mittee!" As the echoes of our voice
dies away, wo think, who has "brass"
enough to hurrah for Chamberlain and
his "chain-gang?'" We listen for n
answer', but only hear the echo, like
an old owl on aI pino top, repeating
the question, who! who!! who!!!
Alas! how the mighty have fallen.
Tlho "high places" of Radicalism are
being mado desolate. One bv one
they aire passing away, and eoorl "the
places that onco knew thum shall
know them no more forever." Where
is the hand that will be stretched forth
to ul)old thon? We did se one of the
"cdead issues" of the Ra:iCal party,
the other' day, attemp)t to uphold
Chamnber'lainu; but a ''child"' laid his
hanjd lightly on Chamnberlai n's guilt
ladeni back, and soon 'dead issue" was
willing to "'beg to be excused'' and
pra'cti.o tihe cr'aw-fishi movement.
"My deart school teaching brethren,''
if you contemplate sending any busi
ness paLpers up~ to Pickens, let me give
you one sound prcoC ofadvi.co. In the
lana.:o of the immortal poet, I wvould
say, when you write:
See imt everyV 'i" has its dlot,
And every '*" its cross has got;
It not1 dear brioi her S'in glet on
WVill say your work is not half' done,
Take~ theso sublime lines home with
you, antd store them away in the
treasure-hose of memoi-y.
Atlanta Medical Coilege,
T lIE Twentieth nnual Course of Lectures
will commiieneCe October' l5th, 1877, and
close March 1 st, 1878.
FacuLr-J. G. 'n est moreland, WV. F. West -
moreland, W. A, Love, V. 11. Taliaferro, John
Thad. ,Johntsoni, A. WV. Calhoun, J. Hl. Logan,
J.'I T Rnks, De monstrator of Anatomy, C.
Send for Announcement, giving full infor
JNO. TIIAD. JOHNSON, Dean.
aug 9, 1777 48 3m
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Ague Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fever, RemittenL Fever, Dumb Ague
Periodicalor Bilious Fever,&o. and indeed
all the affections which arise fb'om malari
Ous, marsh, or miasmatio poisons.
This is a compound remedy, prepared with
scienti tle skill f rm vegetable ingredients, which
rarely fails to cure the severest cases of Chills
and Fever and the concomitant disorders. Such
a remedy the necensities of the people in mala
rious districts demandl. Its great superiority
over any other medicine yet discovered for the
cure of Inter mittents is, that it contains no qui
nine or mineral, and those who take it are free
from danger of qjuinism or any injurious effects,
and are as healthy af.er using it as before. It
has been extensively employed during the last
thirty years in the treatme'nt of these distressing
disordors, and so unvarying has been its success
that it has gained the repuitation of being infal
lible. It can, therefore, be safely recommended
as a sure remedy and specific for the Fever and
Ague of the West, and the Chills and Fever of
the South. It counteracts the miasmatic poison
in the blood, and frees the system from its influ
ence, so that fever and aigue, shakes or chills,
once broken up by it, (10 not return until the
disease is again contracted.
The great variety of disorders which arise from
the irritation of this poison, such as Neuralgia,
IRheumatismn, 0Gout, Headache, Blindness,
Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal-.
pitation, Splenic A ffections, Ilysterics, Pain
In the llowels, Colic, Paralysis, and derange
of the Stomach, all of which become intermit
tent or periodical, have no speedier remedy than
AYER's AUE. CUnRE, which cures them all alike,
and protects the system from future attacks. As
a preventive, it is of immense service in those
communities where Fever and Aguxe prevails, as
it stays the development of the disease if taken
on the first app)roacht of the premonitory symp
toms. Travellers and temporary residents are
thus enabled to defy these disorders, and few
will -ever suffer if they avail themselves of the
protection this remedy affords.
For Liver Complaints, arising from torpidity,
it is an excellent remedy ; it stimulates this organ
into healths activity, and produces many remark
able cures wrhere other medicines fili.
-i Prepare by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Pratial ndAnalytical Chemists,
SOLD BY A.LL DRUGGWS 5VERYwRN.
IN ORDER TO RUN OUT OUR
SPRING and SUMMER STOCK, to make
room for our extensive Fall and Winter sup
plies, we offer for the next 60 days, the fol
lowing uppreoidented bargains:
Calicoes, (first class) 14 yards to the $1.00;
Calicoes, Remnants, anything we can get for
Cottonades, 10, 15, 20, and 25 cents per yard;
Summer Shoes from 75 cents up;
Saddles, from $2.25 up;
Blind Bridles, 75 to $1.25;
Open Bridles proportionally low;
Iteady Made Clothing at 10 per cent above
cost and carriage.
fa Groccry Do ten
IS FULL AND COMPLETE, AND AT
prices as low as any other House in Pickens
Will have in store in a few days one car
load of Salt, which we will sell at Greenville
prices-adding the sxtra locail freight we
have to pay more than Greenville.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Easley, S. C.. July 26, 1877
JUST RECEIVED AT.
M cEFA LL'S,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
A LL NEW, NICE AND BRIGILIT.
A splendid assortment, and prices t
suit the times..
CROOKERY, TIN AND
All kinds, sizes and prices, from a
11alf Pint Cup to a 20 gallon W ash
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
Always Fres8h and Genuine, and all
the leading artices always on hand.
ALWAYS IN sTOCK.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS
To0 suit every one.
CANDY AND CRACKERS,
CANNED) GOODS & PICKLES,
And in fact a gener al assortment of
Come and see for your self.
W. T. McFALL.
SMay 10. 1877 85
!kMOOD, LEZ0WD!I & Ca.'a
rOW PRICES FOR JULY AND
P4ull Suits of Ready Made Clothing at
lood Cottonades for summer suits at
15 and 20 cents per yard.
[Bost Calicoes at 8 cents-Remnants
at 5 cents.
3ood Saddles from $2.50 up.
lood Bridles (with Dragoon Bits)
-ood Blind Bridles for $1.25. -
'wo Hooped Water Buckets at 20
and 25 cents.
Pique, worth 35, 40 and 50 cents per
yard, we will sell for 18, 25 and
.1 large variety of Gents', Ladies' and
Children's Shoes, at tle lowest
'IX VARIETIES, JUST RECIVED
AND FOR SALE LOW.
July 19, 1877 45
1USSBLL5 MARThf & 00.
&c, &c., &c.
Will exchange Goods for any kind of
EASLEY STATION, S. ('.
.June 28, 1877 42
I IE undersigned is located at Central, and
lisp prepared at all tinmes 10 dispatch work
vithl neatness. Special atl tent ion to SETING
>r R ESET ING A R TIFIClA L LE ETIH, either
'emporary, partial or permanent. Filling
lone with neatness. All the materials com..
nuonly used in filling,
GEO. BOROUGHS, Dentist.
June 14, 1877 40 Gmi
Thie 'tate of South Carolina
IN COURT1 OF COMMON PIEAS
Rebecca Keith, an infant by Stephen 1).
Keith, her Guardian ad litemn.
James M. Edens, as Administrator of the
Estate of' Alexander Ede:ip, deceased, and
as heirs at law of said deceased, Mar'garet.
Edens, Samuel Edents, Allen Edens, iRebeca
Williams, Napoleon Edens, Mary Jane
Roper, William Edens, Alexander V. Edens,
Elijah C. Ed!ens, andi Warren I. Edeuns, as
heirs at law of Alexander Edens, deceased,
D)efe ndan tsi.
Summnons for Relief.
TO the Defendants in this action.
Y ()U and each of you are hereby sumi
.nmoned and required to answer thie comn
plaint, in t his act ion, which complaint is filed
in the office of the Clerk of dhe Court. for
Pickens County, and to serve a copy of' your
answer on ihe subscribers at t heir office on
the Publec Square, Pickens Court. House, S.
C., within twenty days after the service of
this summons on you, exchusive of' the dlay
if you fail to answer (lie complaint withlin
(lie t imen aforesidl, thie PlainiffW will apply to
lie Court for (lie r:elief dlemanded ini the
Pickenas, C. Ii., 8. C., Aug. 61, 1877.
NORTON, KEITil & HlOflLiNGSWORTI,
Plaint iff's Attorneys.
To ,James M. Edens, of (lie Defenidants in
his act ion, whose p lace of residence is uin
k nowni: Take not ice, I that I his act ion is comia
mienicedl for accouninrg and relief in lie Couiri
of' Corn non Pleas ini and for thle County otr
Pickenis, of thle State oif Sout hi Carolina, anid
that a summiaotns in th is act i on, of' whiichi (lie
foregoing is a copy, wvas filed in the oflice of
the Clerk of the Court of' said County, at
Pickens Court II ouse, in (lie County of Picks
era, in said St ate, on thle 8th (lay of A ugus',
1877; and that you aire requ ired to( appear' in
(lie cause by (lie 18th di(ay of O ctobeir iiext, or
the P'aintiff' will ia:ply to thie Court for the
R(el ief demanudedl in thle Comnplainat.
NORTON, KEITH & IIOLL1INGSWORTlI,
aug if, 1877 49 6
WAGON AND CARRIAGE
T HE undersignert has connected with his
WAGON AND CARRIAGE SilOP, A
TIRE 811 RIN KERL-a great improvement
over Cutting and WVelding. Call and have
your work done.
WV. T. MEARS,
Piekens C- H.. July 26, 1876 46 Im
The State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF PICKENS..
IN T11E COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
James S. Hall and Henry D. Rowland, part-h
ners, doing business tinder the firm name
of Hall and Rowland, Plaintiffs, against
Cicero E. Long, Defendant.
Sunmons for Money .Demand. (Com.
plaint not &rved).
TO Cicero E. Long, Defendant in this action.
Y OU are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint in this action,
which on the 22d day of Augn8t A. D. 1777,
was filed in the office of the Clerk of the
Court. of Common Pleas for the said County,
and to serve a copy of your answer on the
subscribers at their office, in the city of
Greenville, S. C., within twenty days after
the service of this summons on you. exclu
sive of the day of service.
Ifyou fail to answer this complaint within
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff will take
judgment agaitist you for the sum of One
Hundred and Sixty-two 60-100 dollar-, with
interest as set forth in the complaint in this
action, and costs.
Dated 21st August, 1877.
Wl1TNElR & SYNMES,
J. J. LEWIS. c.c.r.
aug 30, 1877 61 6
UREiEA VILLE, S. C.
A. M. SPEIGHTS, Proprietor.
DE,BELLS IN TIIE ROOMS.
June 14, 1877 40
Used in nearly every locality in many
Settled beyond a doubt-No one questions
the fact that more cases of whites, suppres
sed and irregular menses and uterine oh,
strLctions, ot every kind, are being daily
cured, by Dr. J- liradfield's Female !egulator,
than by all other remiedies combined. Its
success in Georgia and other States is beyond
precedent in tL.e annals of phisic. Thousands
of certificates from women everywhere pour in
upon the proprietor. The attention of prom
inent medical men is aroused in behalf of this
wonderful compound, and the most success
ful practioners use it.. If women suffer here
after it will ba their own fault. Female
lregulator is prepared and sold by L. 1
Bradfield, D)ruggist., Atlanta, Ga., tmnd may be
bought, at $1,50 per bottle at any respectable
Drug Store in the Union.
EFFE~cTL TRLULY wONI)ERFUL.
CARTERmsvII.,LE, O1., April 20, }809.--This
will certify that two members of my iimme
diate famiily, after having suffered for many
years from menstrual irregularity, and having
been treated without beiiefit., by various mied.
ical doctors, were at length completely cured
by one bottle of Dr. J. liradtield's FEMA LE
REG ULATrolt. I therefore deemi it my duly
to furnishm this certinicate, with the hope of
drawving attention of auffering wonmenkind to
the nmerits of a medicine whose power in cur,
ing irregular and supjpressed menstruat ion,
has beenm proven uinder my own personal ob
servation. Its offect on such cases is truly
wvonderfulil, and1( well may the remedy be called
'"Woman's Best Friend."
Yours respect fully,
JIAS. w. STRIANCE.
Sept. 7, 1870 1 4
Horse a,nd Cattle Powders;
This preparation, long and favrorably
known, will thoroughly ro-invigorate
broken down and low-spirited horses,
n, by strengthening and cleg.naing the
- tomnach and intestines.
It is asure preventlye ofall diseaseg
-incident to this animal, such as LUNG
FEV hR. (ILANDERS, YELLOW
WVATRR HltAVES COUGHS, DIS
LOSS OF APPETIT~E AND VITALI
ENERGY, &c. Its use improves
the wind, increascs the appcetite
gives a smooth and glossy ski n--and
transforms. the rmisecrable skelcton~
Into a fine-looking and spirited horse.
To kcepers of Cows this prepara
-tion is invaluable. It is a sure pre
ventive against Rindcrpest, Hollow
llorn, etc. *lt lias been proven bf
actual experiment to increase the
tiuantity of milk and cream twenty
- tiim an per cent. and make the butter firm
and weet Infattening cattle it
gives teanappetite, loosens their hide, and maIkes
them thrive much faster.
In all diseases ot Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers in
the Lungs, Liver,&c.,this article acts
as a specific. By putting from one
half a paper to a paper in a barrel of
swill (lie above diseases wIi be erali.
cated or entirely prevented. If given
In time, a certain preventive andl
cure for the Hog Cholera.
DAVID E. FOUTZ, Proprietor,
Sold by Druggists andl( Storekeepers through.'
out~ the Unitedstates, Cana.daanids.Arnerica.
Made any dlay in PeTs and Car,r.s. In vest
according to youri meiains. $10, $51 or S100t,
in STOC K Paiiivir.r.at.s, hats briott / lt a simall
fortunite to thle caretful in ve's or. We ad vise
whenci a ind hiow to operate safely. lIook wit h
fullii i iniornhIioi senrt free. A ddr iess ord ers by3
until anmd relegraph to It \XTl'lt & (C(.,
llankers :and Iikers 17 Wall at., N. Y'.
May 17, 1877 .l ly
N OT ICE.
[ U- TK E t his miethod of infeininitg aill parties
iinterestedi, that I will be fonnii in moy of
fi ce, at. P ick ens Cour t 11on1e " oin each
W I 1) N E S I) A Y, uand on eaich S.u.may~,
for thle puilrose of transa5ict ing anly bus5iiness
that coimes9 itnder lmy jiirisdlict ion.
As liy duliies1 as Schiool C2oimmissionier will
comipell me to he abhsent in difYerent pats of
lie County3, 1 a ppo int t hese s peciail days fori
I le heniefit. >f all conicerined. Office hiours,
from 9 a. mi. to 41 p. m.
G. W. SINGLETON,
Feb 8, 187--2
TillS POP~ULAR IIOTEFL, which bas been
vclosed a short time, is now r'e-openled for the
a< coirmrodat ion of thle i.ovelinmg publi1 c. The
rooms are well furnished, t h' table suplP)iedl
with thle best in thle niarket,. and no pains
spared 1.4 rendler guests comlfortable.
Transient. lloardl, S2.00 per day; perma,
nent IBoard, $18.00) per month. Patronage
of the public solicited.
MRS8. SOPHIRONA NIX.
June 28,.1877 42 3m
J L CotHRAX, W B HOLION" I R A Clr'"
Abbeville C I Libotty, 8 C r Piok'ns-C
COTHEAN, ]OLCOBE & CHILD,
A ITORNEYS it CO 1/NALOR A T' LA W
PICKENS C. H1. 8. 0.,
Will Practice in all the Courts of the State
and Courts of the United States, foe the Die
trict of South Cavolina.
March 29 1877 29
Norton, Keith & 11o11ingsworth
A T'O1NE YS A 7' LA TV,
Will practice in the Circuit and Probate
Courts for Piokens County, and in the United
States Cdurts of tiis State from that, county
One of the Senior partners will be present to
assist in the transaction of any importan I
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTON, I
W. C. KEITH, W
1. L. IIOLLINGSWORTH,Pickens C. I.
March 23, 1876 29
ATTORNEY AND CoINSELLon AT LAWe
GREENVILLE, S. C.
P ractices in the Circuit ourt and Court a
Probate for Pickens ounty.
May 16 42 6m
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
IINO ILL a, Be., L C.
Practices in Courts of Pickens
County, and in United States Courts
)O.NAINE GOLD, so extensively worn in
J Paris, was first, discovered in 1870, by
the celebrated French chemist Mons D. Be
Lainge, who manufactured it into jewelry,
and for five years sold it to the leading jew
elers of Paris for Solid Gold. In 1875, when
his secret became known, ten of the manu
facturing jewelers established a stock com
pauy, with a capital of $10,000,000 for tho
uipose of manufacturing Romaine Gold
Jewelry and Watches. With this immense
cipital, and the aid of improved machinery
they are enabled to produce all the latest pat
terns of jewelry at less than one-tenth the
cost of Solid Gold, and of a quality and color
which makes it. impossible even for experts to
detect it. from the genuiue.
We have secured the excinsive agency of
the United States and Canada, for the sale of
all goods manufactured fronm this metal. and
in order to introduce them in the most speedy
Imanner, hiave put up assorted sample lots as
given below, wvhich we will sell at one-tenth
the retail value until January 1st, 1878.
Rlead t he list.
One Gent's Watch Chain retail price, $1 00
One pair Engraved Sleeve Buttons, retail 75
One Stone set Scairf Pin, retail price, 75
One set (3) spiral shirt studs, retail price 75
Onie improved shape collar bu..ton, retail, 50
Urne heavy plain wedding ring, retail 1 25
Total $5 00
For 50 cents we will send above six articles
$1 00 LOT.
I pair sleeve buttons, stone setting,
1 set (3) spiral shirt studs,
I heavy hand engagement rin.g,
I set (2) engraved b)racelets,
1 Ladies' long guard or neck chain,
1 engraved miniatre locket for the above1
1 Gent's heavy link watch ebain,
I Lake George Diamond stud.
$2 00 LOT.
I Ladies' neck chiin and charm,
1 Ladies' heavy guard chain for watch,
I set l'in and ear rings; amethyst,
1 extra fine miniature locket,
1 cameo seal ring,
I very ,heavy wedding or engagemnent ring,,
I Gent's heavy watch chain with charm,
1 pair pearl inlaid sleeve buttons,
(2)ak Gorge cluster pin,
I pair ()heavy band bracelets.
$3 00 LOT~
I Ladien' opera guard chain,
1 Ladies' neck chain and cross,
I beaut if ul locket, engraved,
I pair band bracelets,
1 Gent's t wist link vest chain and charm,
I pair' onyx sleeve buttons,
I set  onyx shirt studs,
1 new inproved collar' but ton,
1 extra cut. cameo seal ring,
1 arizona soxlit aire stud,
I set am.ethiyst or topaz pin and ear drops
Snadies' chi ise ibc ut ton,
l)plaini ring, stamiiped 18 K.
$5 0tJ LOT.
1 Ladlies' opera c, in, with slide and tassel,
[retiil price 55 00J
I Gent's haivy wat ch, chain, with ourb charm,
[ret ail price $5 00]
1 La<dies' heavy long neck chuin
I eleganli chased miiniature locket for above
1 sot cameo miecial ion pin and ear drops
1 pair ['2] heavy chased band bracelets
I (it's. solitaire diJamlond( stud
I Geniit's cluiste(r diiamnonid pin
I pair amaethiyst or onyx sleeve buttona
I set  studs to miat ch the above
1 elegant heavy set cameno seal ing
I ma lssive bandui or wedidinrg ring
I new "'patent,"' collar button
I Lities' cheisciiie bitt on
I athilyst or topaz ring, [ext ra finish.I
Thela retail price of the articles in eatch
saple lot amlount s to exactly teni times the
price we task for the lot; for exaniple, our
$1 00 lot, retaiLl or $10 00; our $5 00 lot for
o Tomaine Gold Hunting Case
To arty one ' mdintg i's ani order for the
above lots by expre 5 to the amount of $15 00,
we will send Fit E L 'mie solid Romaine Gold
tiiuntiing-ca se W aitch, Gients' or Ladies' size,
warranted to keep perfect time and look!
equially as well as a $100 gold watch. By
itnail pospaid, $15 50). T1his~ is our best offer to
A oent s, arnd is wvorth a trial, as the watch
al una will sell or trade readily for from $20
to $50). GAents' or Ladies Watch alone, $7 00
oar $8 00 with a heavy Gent's gold pat tern vest
chaain anid chairm, or Ladies' opera chain with
sl idae air.dl tassel,
EEMEM,ER-T'his offer only holds good
ati l -lanuiary 1st, 1878. After that time we
shall sell only to Jobbers and Wholesale deal
ers, anid any one wishing our goodls will then
have to pay full retail prices. Roimain;e Oold
is the best, ''nd, ini fact, the only imitation of
genuine gold made, being thaesanme in weight,
color and finish, and all our goods are md
in the latest gold pat terns. Will guaranteeO
satisfaction in every instance, or refund the
Send money by P. 0., Money Order, or
Registered Letter, at our risk. No goods.
sent C. 0. 1). unless $5 00 accornpanies.the,
ordler. Address plainly, W, F. EVAN &,
('0., Sole Agents for United States and1
Canada, 95 and 97 South Clark-street, Chi
aug 30, 1677 51