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Nethodist emSihRe?. XW.'WOker, Pator.
It Sabbathis) "h'm9nth at 4 o'clock p. M.
2d Sabbath In each mouth at 10j o'clook a. m.
Seeona Baptist Church, Rev. Hiott, PaWor.
1st Sabbath and Saturday bet6te it each
month at 11 o'olo.k a. on. OR Sabbath, and at
8 o'olock p. m. on Saturday.
,Rev. Pugh MeLees, PresbyterIa (SeCona)
24 Sabbatfi In each mouth, at 11 o'elock a. r.
Trade is reviving.
It. is tme to begin to shut the door.
E1iw has been seen on the moUn%
See change of schedule ob the Air-,
Line Railroad in thi issue.
Christmas will soon be hero-so
will the Sheriff, if our delinquent sub
scriberi don't pay up.
Notice Hagood & Alexander's "fair
warning," in another column, to par..
ties in arears with them, and govern
The regular communication of Koo.
wee Lodge has beei changed from 2
o'clock on every 1st Monday, to 1
o'clock on Saturday on or before ev-.
ery full moon.
Last Thursday was thanksgiving
day. .Our Clerk of Court and Probate
Judge spent the day in bird hunting.
They were very successful and came
back with "nary" bird.
Our. Probate Judge had a professor
of music with him one day last week.
*ie is now puzzlinR his brain to ascor
4 taih'if his professor of music is a pro
fessor of anything else.
Married-on the 15th ultimo, at the
residence of the bride's mother, by
Rev. J. C. Hudson. Ma. J. W. EARLE,
Jr., to Miss HATTIz BAKER, both ot
Printer's fee received.
SALms DAT.-Quite a large crowd
was here on sales day, attracted, no
doubt, by the advertibement ofthe sale
of delinquent lands by the Treasurer.
He sold none however. The Sheriff
so:d several tracts.
PATENTS.-Inventors to secure
pronipt and proper ntion on their
cases, should employ an attorney res
* eidient at Washington. We direct
attention to Foster's Patent Office,
509,7th street, Washington, D. ('. Mr.
Foster Luas practiced before the Patent
Offlee, 18 years. Send to him for
pampIhletS and ref erences.
PERaONALR.-C('l. ft. A. Thompson,
of the Keowee Courier, noud attorney
at law at Waihalla was in town last
WV. W. Vance, Esq., a. rising young
l a wyer of Greenville, was in town last
Saturday, on bus'n -ss connected with
Mr. Wh'itner Symmes, of Green
ville, also paid our town a visit on
the same (day.
Helibender Websqter defines as a
plargo North American salamander.
In Pickens it moans a "centennial ,"
aL "grecian bend," in short andl in plain
English, when we hear a feltowv is on
a "hellbenaor," a "centennial" or a
"grecian.,bend," we know lhe is on a
big and glorious old drunk."
TAxgs.-The County Treaeurer has
received notice from the Comptroller
__ General, to discontinue ie land sales
for tje present. The sales will not be
suspended longer than January. All
those Who have not paid, had best
come up and settle, as bot hi their real
and personal property will be subject
to distress and sale.
The house of Jerry Hagood, colored,
who is now confined in jail at this
p lace. was burned on Thursday last.
Itis family was absent at the time and
everything he owned was consumed.
The fire was accidental. Will the
peo pie never learn to be careful of
fire? Although it is a usefbul, yet it is
a dangerous element, and all should
be caretul how they use it.
One lot of land in this County, val,
ued at $5, has been advertised for sale
to pay the taxes. The tax on this lot
amounted to about twelve or thirteen
cents; but, the ownet- now, to save his
lot must pay the tax, costs and penal.
ties, which will make the amount to
be paid about four dollars. "A stitch
in time saves nine."
Maj. J. 8. Quigngd, of Columbia,
and acting as agent for the Secretary
? of State, was in our town on last Fri,.
day, looking after the State lands, and
particularly after what Is known as
the Keys & McCully lands. These
lands were bought by C. P. Lesley
and R. C. DeLarge for the Stato, from
John R. Cochran, of Anderson; and
subsequently sold at sheriff's sale
under a foreclosure' of a statuatory
$1en. Maj. Guignard is also after
y- 0olleetinig all money due the State on
land purchases, &c.
Wo swere exposed last week to a
pitiless storm, that wet our feet and
stocinogs, and indeed our person all
over. In fact we took a cracking
cold, which brought so' e throat and
severe symptom. of fever. The good
4 wife asserte4 her authority; plunged
our feet in hht water wiapped us in
hot blankets, and sent our faithful son
for.a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
It is a splendid medicine- pleasant to
take, and did the job. We slept sound
ly through the night and awoke well
the next morning. We know we owe
..quick recovery to the Pectoral, and
shall.not hesitate to recommend it to
all who need such a medicine..-Tehu
~II~ (To~as) Prosb$Ioriau.
A I*aBrL* FATS.-00 last Satur-.
day night Richard Asemond, a col-,
ored man, lIving ott Capt. Hollings
*orth's.plantattoft about two intles
from town, and his wife attended a
corn- shucking at Elias Andermon'a,
another colored man, about one mile
distant, reaying at his house fourchil.
dren, the eldest of whom was a girl of
12 or 14 years old. Some time during
the night (no living person knows at
what sUwe, the house caught fire and
burned to the ground; and wheii
Rosemond and his wife returned, on
the morning following, nothing could
be soen but the smoking,' sroldering
ruins of their obouse, and the crisped,
blackened and. charred romains of
what once was four living souls. The
-otarreel body of the eldest was found
near the door. She had evidently at
tempted to make her escape from the
burning house, but foll, exhausted, at
the door. This is a most horrible af,
fair, and should be thoroughly inves
tigated by the Coroner, and if there
was any criminal negligence or care
lossness on the part of any one, they
should be prosecutod to the full extent
of the law.
BUaLARy.--On last Friday night
the store house of Messrs. Wm. M.
Ingood & Co., of Easley Station, was
entered and robbed of some $250 or
$300 worth of goods. From the cir
cumstances, it is evident that there
was a preconcerted arrangement
among several to rob this store, and it
is uncertain whether a confederate
was locked in on the night of the rob,
bory or whether the party entere'. a
window in the upper istory by the as
sisthne of the remains of an old
scaffold. The former theory is per.
haps the true one. On the following
day, whilo Mr. Higgin's little boys
were out hunting, they discovered the
goods concealed in an old field about
a half mile from the town. The goods
wore guarded the entiro night, but
the birds had scented danger and did
not return to got the stolen property.
Mr. Ragood recovered most of his
property. This is the second attempt
within the last month to rob this
DEATH.-Irs. Rebocca Williams,
wife of Air. Harry Williams, died at
her home, in Dacusvilla Township, in
this County, on Thursday night, 22nd
ult., of' lung disease. She has for 40
years been a consisten member of
Peter's Creek Baptist Church. On
the 24th, aiftcr an effecting funeral
sermon by Rev. WV. 13. Singleton, her
remains were consigned to their last
restig plaice, and now sleep peace
fully in the Peter's Creek church bur,
ELECTIoN.-At the regular commu
nicaition of Keowee Lodge, No. 79, A.
F. M., bQld here on Mondaiy Last, the
following oflicer~s were elected to serve
for the ensuing masonic year: R1. A.
Child, W. M.; WV. T. McFall, S W.;
W. T. Bowen, J. W.; WV. (G. Field, Sec.;
W. T. Field, T~ras.; W. T. O'Dell, S.
D.; J. N. Gravcly, J. D).; I.. A. Bowen,
Tyler; T1. P. Looper' and J. C. G riffin,
A Valuable Medical Treatise.
The edition for 1878 of the sterling Medical
Annual, known as Hostetter's Almanac, is
now ready, and may be obtained, free of cost
of druggIsts and general country dlealers in
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T HE CREDITORS OF JAMES WV CRAW
FORD, are requested to meet me at An.,
derson U. II., 8. C., on FRIDAY, the 14t.h
day of December, 1877, for the purpose of
appointing an Agent, and to make such ar
rangements as miay be desirable towards the
settlement of said James WV. Crawford's Es
tate assigned me.
B, FRANK SLOAN, Assignee.
Seneca City, 8. C., Nov. 28, 1877.
Dec6, 1877 13 1
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA.
.IN THLE PROBATE COURT.
L. Ross Eaton, Petitioner, against Ephiraim
B. Eaton, Joseph J. Eaton, Amanda C.
Wilson et al. Respondents.
Pct it ion for Part it ion.
B Y virtue of an order in the above stated
case, to mec directed, by WY. 0. Field,
Judge Probate for the County and State afore
said, dlated the 2d (lay of November, 1877, I
will sell to the highest bidder, on Monday,
the 7th (lay of .January next, during the legal
hours of sale, at Pick ens Court House,
A ntumber of LOTS in Ihe town of Central,
on Air Line Railroad, in Pickens County, S.
C,, advantageously situated for either busi
ness or residences.
A disoription of said Lot.s and Plats of
the same will be exhibited on the day of
Purchasers to pay extra for all papers.
T ERMlS-Oneshalf cash on day of sale,
remainder on a credit, of twelve months, with
interest from (date. Purchasers to give bond
and security and a mortgage of premises to
secure purchase money.
Pcv6, 877 JOAB MAULDIN, s.1'.c.
The IState of South Carolina
IN PROBATE COURT.
Robert Trotter, Plaintiff, vs. James Trotter,
et. al Defendants.
Rummons for Partition, Relief, &c.
TO the Defendants: James Trotter, Rebecca
Williams, Elizabeth M. Trotter, Susan
Trotter, Amy Trotter, Henry Trotter,
Nancy Simmons, Elizabeth Lesley, Caroline
iarbin, Geo. W. Trotter, Thoma 0. Trot
ter, Rachel Trotter, Cleveland Trotter,
Robert Trotter, Sarah Trotter, Rachel
Trotter, Griffin Trotter, Green Trotter,
Larkin ff.-Troter, Susan M. Trotter, Eli
zabeth Trottrr, Caroline Burgess, Rebecca
Whitmire, Nancy Reese, Sarah M. Trotter,
Henry 0. Trotter, John T. Trotter, Rachel
M. Howard, Robert 0. Trotter, Mary J.
Masters, John L. Trotter, Louisa J. Fort
ner, J. B. flester, and all others to Plain
tiff, unknown, having or claiming any in
terest in the Real Estate of James Trotter,
Y OU are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint in this action,
which was filed in the office of the Probate
Court for said County ot Pickens, and to
serve a copy of your answer to the said com,
plaint on the subscribe'rs at Ahcir office at
Pickens Court House, S. C., within twenty
days after the services hereof, and if you fail
to answer the complaint within the time afore
said, the Plaintiff in this action will apply to
the Court for the Reliet demanded in the
November 12, 1877.
EARLE, WELLS & TAYLOR,
TO Amy Trotter, Heny Trotter, Thomas 0.
Trotter, Rachel Trotter, Cleveland Trotter,
Robert Trotter, Sarah Trotter, Rachel Trot
ter, Griffin Trotter, Green Trotter, Larkin II.
Trotter, Susan M. Trotter, Nancy Reese,
Sarah M. Trotter, Henry Odus Trotter, -John
T. Trotter, and all persons having or claim.
ine nr. interest in the Real Estate of James
Trotter. deceased, Defendants, in this action,
please take notice that the summons and
complaint, of which the foregoing is a copy
of the summons, was filed in the oflice of the
Judge of the Probate Court for Pickens
County, South Carolina, on the 12th day of
November, 1877. -
EARLE, WELLS & TAYLOR,
Nov 16, 1877 10 6
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Bladlder, Womnb, and all Female Diseases,
Chills and Fever. Costiveness, Dyspepsia,
Headache. Our Liver, Lung and Aguie P'ad,
$2- Kidney and Spinal Pad, $3. Pad for
Female Weakness, $3. We send them by
mail free on receipt of price. Address E. F.
SNYDER & Co., Cincinnat i, 0.
6$ * wekin your own town. Terms and
AGENTS W&ANTED !
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The new novel, MILDRED, by Mrs. Mary J.
Hlol es, author of those splendid books
Edith Lyle-W~est Lawn-Tempest~ and Sun
shine-Lena Rivers-eac., is no0w ready, and
for sale by all booksellers. Price $1.50. It
is one of the finest niovels ever written, and
everybody should read it.
G. WV. CnARLETON & Co., Pulblisher, N. Y.
Send for Reduced Price List of
MASON & UAMILEN
New and splendid styles; pacees reduced
$10 to $50 each, this month, (Nov. 1877.)
Address AAsoN & IIAMLIN Organ Co., Bos
ton, New York, or Chicngo.
g;5 to $20 per day at home. Samples worth
$5 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine
Sweet Navy Chewin g Tobacco
was awarded the highest prize at Centennial
Exposition for its fia' chewing qumali ties, the
excellence and lasting character of its sweet e,
ning and flavoring. It you want the best
tobacco ever made uask your grocer for this,
and see that each plug bears our blue st rip
trade mark with words Jackson's Best on it.
Sold wholesale by all jobbers. Send for
sample to C. A. JACKSON & Co., Manufac
tut ers. Petersburg, Va.
Work for All
In their own locr.lities, canvassing for the
FI RESIDE VISITOR, (enlarged) Weekley and
Monthly. Larges Paper in the World, wiuih
Mamnmoth Chromos Free. Big Commiiissionis
to Agents. Terms and Outfit Free. Address
P. 0. VICK(ERY, Augusta, Maine.
$12 a day athomne. Agents wanted. Out
fit and terns5 free. True & Co., Au,.
4O EXTRA FINE MIXED) CARCDS, with
name, 10 cents, post paid. L. Joxes &
Co., Nassau, N. Y, _______
F V PIA O O A N S best
.WEATay- PAOLook! startling
News. Organs, 12 stops $55. Pianos only
$130. Cost $ft>0. (Jirculars free. D. F.
BE.ATTY, WVashington, N. .J.
I TAKE this method of informing all parties
interested, tant I will be found in my of
fice, at P'ickeas Court House" on each
WV E D N E S D i Y, and on each 8 Ar.EnAY,
for tihe purpos( of transacting any business
that comes unid-r my jurisdiction.
As my duii es as School Commissioner will
comapell me to, ye absent. in different parts of
the County, I rppoint these special days for
the benefit of all concerned. Office hours,
from 9 a. m. to4 p. m.
0. WV. SINGLETON,
Feb 8, 187- 22
A LLp persors indebted to, or having claims
against ,he Estat.e of Jackson Arter,
deceased, willmake settlcment on or before
8th of Decemler, on which day I will be at
Pickens C. IH, or those indebted will be
V. E. WVELBORN, Executor.
Nov 20, 1f9'7 12 2
ovae os VV
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 unprecidented bargains:
Calicoes, (first class) 14 yards to the $1.00;
Calicoes, Remnants, anything we can get, for
Cottonades, 10, 16, 20, and 25 cents per yard;
Summer Shoes from 75 cents up;
Saddles. from $2.25 up;
Blind Bridles, 75 to $1.26;
Open Bridles proportionally low;
Ready Made Clothing at 10 per cent above
cost and carriage.
IS FULL AND COMPLETE, AND AT
prices as law as any other louse in Pickens
Will h%ve in store in a few days one car
load of Sah, which we will sell at Greenville
prices-adding the nxtra local freight we
have to pay more than Greenville.
JOllN T. GOSSETLT & CO.
Easley, S. C.. July '20, 1877
JUST RECEIVED AT.
M cF A LL'S,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
ALL NEW, NICE AND BRIG iIT.
#4#a e mts
A splendid assortment, and prices t
suit tho timos.
CROCKERY, TXN AND
All kinds, sizes and prices, from a
llailf Pint Cup to a~ 20 gallon WVash
DRtUGS & MEDICINE8,
Always Fresh and Genuine, and all
tho leading artiulos always on hand.
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS
To suit cycry ono.
CANDIY AND CRACKERS,
CANNED GOOD)S & PICKLES,
And in fact a genoral assortment of
Como and soo for your self.
Uay 10, 1877 n
IUILL Mil7hN l CO.
MEALE1S IN c
Will exohango Goods for any kind of
EASLEY STATION, S. C.
June 28, 1877 42
lAhewood Fr e Smimry,
Established in 1860.
T IE FALL TERM begins September 12th,
and continues 20 weeks.
The Spring Term begins January 30, and
closes about 17th of Juno.
TERMS PER IIALFSESSION OF FIVE MONThS.
Board and Tuition, $ 90 00
Board, Tuition and Music, 115 00
Board, Tuition, Mueio and German
(or French) 12b 00
Board, Music, German and Drawing 185 00
Location unsurpassed for healthfulness.
A resident Physician is employed by tlie
school, whose services are free to pupils.
A German Professor presides over the
Music and German cepartment s.
Payments made in four installments.
Rev. A. W. LAMAR will meet pupils at any
point and take charge of them. For further
particulars and catalogue, addrass.
Rev. A. W. LAMAR,
Or Prof. W. S. DURHAM,
C. C. and A. R. R., Blythewood P. 0., 8. C.
sept 20, 1877 - 2 8*
$1,200 1101IT ON $100
Made any day in PUTS and CAT.LS. Invest
according to your means. $10, $50 or $100,
in STOCK PRIVILEOES, has brought a small
fortune to the careful investor. We advise
when and how to operate safely. Book with
full information sent free. Address orders by
mail and telegraph to ISAXTLER1 & Co.,
Bankers and Brokers, 17 Wall ,ht., N. Y.
May 17, 1877 86 l y
TlIE undersigned is located at Central, and
Lisp prepared at all times to dispatch worli
with- neatness. 8pecial attention to BETUSC
or RESETING ARTIFICiAL TE~ETH, eithei
temporary, partial or permanent. Fillinj
done with neatness. All the materials comn
monly used in filling,
G EO. BIO OUGO H18, Dentist.
June 14, 1877 40 Gmn
Atlanta Medical College,
A TLANTA, GA.
TIH w et Annual Course of Lectures
wilcommence October 15th, 1877, and
close March 1st, 1878.
FA CULTY--J. 0. WVestmoreland, W. F. West.
moreland, WV. A. Love, V. H1. Taliaferro, John
ThadI. .Johnson, A . WV. Calhoun, J. H. Logan.
J. T. Banks; Demonstrator of Anatomy, C.
Send for Announcement, giving full infor
JNO. THAD. JOHNSON, Dean.
ang 9, 1777 48 8ma
UREEh!AVILLE, ?. .
A. M. SPEIGHTS, Proprietor.
flflAELihS IN TIIE ROOMS,
June 14, 1877 4(0
Till8 POPULAR llOTEL, which has been
closed a short time, is now re-opened for the
accommodation of the traveling public. The
rooms are well furnished, the table supplied
withI the best in the marke., and no pains
spared to rehder guests comfortable.
Transient Board, $2.00) per day: perma,
nient Board, $l8.00) per mont.h. Patronage
of the public solicited.
MRS. SOPHRIONA NIX.
June 28, 1877 42 3m
1878 NEW YORK._ 187
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Nov 8, 1M77 0
J 0 COTNRA, . R A CHILD,
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ATTORNEYS # CO NSELORS AT LA W,
P IC K E CN 8 . H. 8. .,
Will tractice it* all the Courts of the Sat o
and Courts of the United States, for the Dis-,
trio& of South Carolna,.
March 29 1877 29
Norton, Keith & Hollingsworth
AT7'ORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practice in the Circuit and Probato
Courts for Pilctens County, and in the United
States Courts of this State from that county.
One of the Senior parters Will be present to
assist in the transaction of any inportan f
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTONg Walhala
W. C. KEITI1, W
G. L. HO0,LINOS8WORTH, Pickens C. ff.
March 23, 1876 29
W 11ITNIER SYM
ATTORNEY AND COUNSRLLOR AT LAWr
GREENVILLE, S. C.
P ractices in the Circuit ourt and Court
Probate for Pickens ounty.
May 16 42 6rn
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT oAWb
Practices in Uomut of P-ickeim,f
County, and in United States Court
10MAINE GOLD, so extensively worn
Paris, was first dizcovered in 1870, 1
the colebrated French chemist Mons 1). 1
Lainge, who nianufactured it. ito jewelr
and for five years sold it. to the leading jeN
eers of Paris forSolid Gold. In 1876, wi.
his secret became known, ten of ihe man
facturing jewelers establisheld a t ocl coi
pany, with a capital of $10,m00,000 for I
purpose of manufacturing tomaine 0
Jewelry and Watches. Vith this immei.
capital, and the aid of improved machine
they are enabled to produce all the latest pi
terns ofjewelry at less thimn one-tenth (
cost of golid Gold, and of a quality and col
which makes it impossible even for experts
detect it from the genuine.
We have secured the excluvive agenoy
the United States and Canada, for (lie sale
all goods nanufactured from this metal. ii
in order to introduce thiem in (ie nost set
manner, have put up assorted samiple lots
given below, which we will sell at one-Iteu
(lie retail value until January l1t, 1878.
lIend the list.
One Gent's Wach Chain retail p)rice, $1
One pair Engraved Sleeve IlHtons, ret al
One Stone set Scarf Pin, retail price,
One set (8) spiral shirt studs, retail price.
One improved shape collar b~u.ton, retail,
One heavy plain wedding ring, retail 1
For 50 cents we will send above six arti
$1 00 LOT.
I pair sleeve buttons, stone set ting,
I set (3) spiral shirt studs,
1 heavy hand engagement ring,
I set (2) cengraved bracelets,
1 Ladies' long guard or neckl chin,
1 engraved miniature locket for the above,
1 Gent's heavy link watch chain,
1 Lake George Diamond stud.
$2 00 LOT.
1 Ladies' neck ch'in arid charm,
I Ladies' heavy guard chain for ivat chi
1 set Pim and ear rings; atmethy3st,
1 extra fine miniature locket,
1 cameo seal ritng,
1 very heavy wedding or engagement ring
I Gent's heavy watch chain wih Iicharm,
1 pair pearl inlaid sleeve buttons,
I Lake George cluster pin,
1 p.air (2) heavy banUd lbracelets.
$3 00 LOT,
1 Ladies' opera guard chain,
1 Ladies' neck chiaiin and( cross,
1 beautiful locket, engraved,
I pair band bracelets,
1 Gent's twist link vest chain and charm,
I pair onyx sleeve but bons,
1 set  oniyx shirt stutds,
I new iminproved collar bt (ton,
I extra cut cameo seal ring,
1 arizona solitaire stud,
1 set amiethiyst or topaiz pin and car drops
I L.adies' cemenise button,
1 plaini ring, stamnped 18 K.
$5 00 LO.0'
1 Ladies' opera chain, withi slide and (as:
[ret ail price 55 00)j
1 Gentt's. heavy watch,chiai n, with curb chit:
[ret ail price $5 01)]
I Ladies' heavy long neck (hintil
I elegant chased miniature locket for abov
I set caimeo miedal ion pin anid nar d rolps
I pair  heavy chased hand b11lraceClot s
I Gent's solitatire diamond sitid
I Genit's clulst er d inamon d pin
I pair ameat hyst or tiy x sleeve but tons~
1 set j studs(1 to i aitch the above
1 elegant hteavy set cameo seal ring
I massive band or wedding rinag
I new ''pat ent"' colliar buttonz
1 Ltadies' chemise butt on
I amethyst. or tOlpaz ritng, [extra flini.hJ
T1hae retail price of the~ articles in en
samplle lot aniounts to exaictly ten timies I
price we ask for the lot; fori examplr,e,
$1 00 lot ret ail.i for $1 0 00; our $5 0() lot
A Solid Romaine Gold Hunting Cr '
To any one sctuiling i's an order for t
above lots by express to (lie amount of $15 00'
we will Hend( F'it.El (Pone solid Roniainio Go
liuting-case Watchl, Gents' Or LJadies' si1
warianted to keep perfect timo and 1h.
equally as well as a $100 gold watch.
mail pospaid1, $15 5(0. ThJais is Otur best offe,
Ag~ents, and is worth a trial, as the wat.-,
al one will sell or trade readily for from $:&
to $50. Gents' or LadieI Wuatch atlone, $7
or $8 01) withb a heavy (Gent's gold pairn yr
chain and charmi, or Ladies' Opera chiain w
slide alr.dl tassel,
EI3.Mi.iER-ThisR offer only holds
until .innuary 1st, 1878. After that time
shall sell only to Jobbers and Wholesale dI
ers, andl any one wishing our goods will t
have to pay full ret ail prices. Rlomiaiy .
is (lie best, and, in facet, (lhe only im~jitli
genuine gold made, being the same in wei
color and finish, and all our goods arc r,
in the latest gold pat terns. Will gn
sat isfaction In every instance, or reftiAd
Send money by p. 0., Money O'rlem
Registered Letter, at Our risk. 190 go1
sent C. 0. D. unless $5 00 nce anies
order. Address plainly, W. 10VAN
('0., Sole Agents for Unleed^,gaeb yr.
Canada, 95 and 97 South Chgr~ .reoe
a ug 30. 1877 rOi