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Iietidiatchureh, Rev. A. W. Walker, Pastor.
1st Sabbath in each pnonth xt 4 o'clock p. m.
2d Babbath in each month at 10J o'clock a. m.
Secoiia Baptist Church, Rev. Hlott, Pastor.
1Is Babbath and Saturday before in each
month at 11 o'olook .-sa. on Sabbath, and at
8 o'clock p. M. oi Satuday.
Rev. Ifugh MoLees, Presbyterian, (Reeotift
2d gibbath in each month, at'11 o'clock a. M.
DjUD.-Micajah Alexander died at
his residence, nine or too miles north%
west of $b is place, las week. He was
pobab lf the oldest person in the
County, being at the time of his death
in his one hundredth year.
Married, on December 19th, 1877,
at the residence of the brides ffither,
by Rev. J. B. Trawlck,. Rv. W. H.
ARIAIL, of Easley, Piekens County, S.
C., to Miss KATTIE . YEARGIN, of
lAurens, S. C.
At a regular communication of
Bates Lodge, No. 189, A.-. F.-. M.-.
the following brethren were elected
oficers for the ensuing year: J. U.
Bowen, W. M.; L. M. Berry, S.' W.;
D. Grlee, J. W.; Elias Day, Trea?urer;
T. J. Bowen, Secretary; Laban Maul.
din, S. D.; W. T. Nalley, J. D.; L. R.
Dalton and S. A. Barr, Stewards; 0.
H. C. Smith, Tyler.
Cherry Pectoral is a honey drop of
r9lief; his Cathartic Pills glide sugar..
shod over the palate; and his Sarsa.
parilla is a nectar that imparts vigor
to life, restores the health and ex
pPls disease.-Waterford (Pa.) Ad.
The Pickens County Pomona Grange
will meet at this place on Saturday,
19th instant, for the 'transaction of
v6ry important business to every mom
ber of the order in the County. ,All
members of the order arc respectfully
invited to attend-officers of the
different Subordinate Granges espe.
By order of the W. M.
W. G. FIELD, SOc'y.
PATENTs.-Inventors to secure
prompt and proper action on their
cases, should enloy an attorney re,
zsident at WVashinigton. We direct
.attention to Foster's Patent Office,
509,7th street, Washington, D. 0. Mr'.
Fostecr has~ practiced beto)re the Patent
OJflict,, 18 years. Senid t.o him for
pamhle~its anad refereneces.
T1iIE SE~NTINE[J IN LUCK.-During
Chriiistmasi thiere wais a tu rkey shoot
inig at t his i.l.rec. Th'le first day, the
editor in chief got tt.rkey the first
.sho(, atL a distansce of' 100 yards. On
the. sieon-.l day, Mra. Child, who man
niges the editoriail department during
Sthe atbseneo of the chief; lIkewviso
brought down his turkey, the second
shot, at the same distance. The
prico wats ten cents a shot, and as the
state of their finances was very lowv,
IL, was their only chanico for a Chr'ist
wass turkey. They trusted to luck
pmnore than sikill, anid as Providence
always smiles upon the deserving,
6they wer-o made happy by being able
to present their bettershulves with a
turkey for dininer during the holidays.
They areu consoled in another respet;
they are fully pursuiaded now since
*'eir shooting qualois are estab
Hi hed that no man, be his beligerent
temperament ever 80 great, will dare
challenge either of themn for a duel,
and they can, with perfect impunity,
abuse whomsoever they please to the
full extent of their inclinations.
HOMICIDE.-LL becomes our duty to
record the killing of another person
in onr county. A. P. flail, on the
27th ultimo, shot and instantly killed
a negro boy nine or ten years old.
The circumstanaces of the shooting, as
broughts out in the evidehee before the
Coroner's inquest, are as follows: Hall
and his step-son, G. 1B. Stephens, were
atti lc on the day of the shoot
ing an on their return home they
went~ by Mrs. Ann Crain's, where the
boy lived. After arriving at Mrs.
Crain's, Hall inquired if Willis Taylor,
the negro boy, lived there yet. Short
ly after the boy came to the door,
looked in and laughed. Hall said,
"There's that damned little nigger'
ntow. .I will kill him before I go
away."The boy passed on, and was
at or near the gate cutting wood as
Hall and Stephens passed out leaving
the house of Mrs. Crain. Mall WentL
up to the boy, p!aced his left hand
on the top of his head and said:
* "If you have anything to say,
ay it, for you have to leave the world"
HeT then asked St.ephens, his step son,
for his pistol, and stephens handed
him a knife; but Hall said, "I1 do not
waint that; hand hne y'our pistol."
Stephens then handed him ar istol,
anid Hall placing the muzzle of it,
against the side of' the boy's head, fired
and the boy fell dead, shot through
the brain. Hall turned to Stephens
and said, "Why, Berry, (lid you have
the pistol loaded? Stephens replied,
"Yes, Prue, and you knew it." Hall
then ran off, with t.he pistol in his
hand, and shouted to stephens to'run.
Step hens' story is that when ho and
Hall left this place the pistoI was not
loaded;..ut on their way to Mrs.
Craine'A he loaded it, without the
knowledge of' Hall. Hall came to
this place immediately after the shoot.
ing and surrender'ed to the Sheriff
stating that the shooting was aci
dental, as he was under the impres.
sion that the pistol wvas not loaded,
and he only intended to scare the boy
fo.r the purnose of having fum o... of
him. The shootlg was done late on
the evening of the 27th, ultimo, and
oa tho ;n0rn1ngf ie 28th Coroner
Eae held an Inquest. 'The verdiet
of the jary is as follows: That A. P.
Hall then and there feloniously did
kill the said Willis Taylor, against the
peace and dignity (,f the sane State
aforesaid; and the Jury also find that
one G. B. Stephens was necessory to
the same. Hall and Stephens are now
confined in jail to await their trial at
the next term of Court. We have
given only the-facts elicited before the
inquest, forbearing any comments of
our own as the matter is soon to un
dergo tborough judicial investigation.
BY virtue of a Deed of Assignment made
to B. Frank Sloan, by James W. Crawford,
the 24th day January, 1877, for the benefit
of his-creditors, we will sell at PENDLETON
VILLAGE, on the SECOND THURSDAY IN
JANUARY NEXT, within the legal hours of
sale, t-he following PROPERTY, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND in Pickens County,
State'of South Carolina, known as the Keo
wee Tract, containing Seven Hundred Acres,
more or lesi, situate between Twelve Mile
and Keowee Rivers, bounded by lands of B.
Boggs and others.
At same time and place, one other Tract of
Land, lying part in Pickens and part in Oconee
Counties, known as the Cold Spring Place,
on which James W. Crawford now lives, con
taining Seven Hundred and Seventy Acres,
more or lqess, on Seneca River, and adjoining
lands of Thos. G. Clemson and others.
At same time and place, a lot of Afules and
Wagons, and 1 Horse.
At Abbeville C. H., on the Second Mon
day in January next, One Tract of Land in
Abbeville county, on Shanklin's creek, waters
of Little River, containing Fourteen Hun
dred Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of
Wm. Clinkscales and others.
TERMS OF SALE: Personrl property
cash-Real Estate one-third cash, balance on
a credit of twelve months, with interest from
date of sale, to be secured by mortgage of
the promises, with leave to linticipate pay
ment. Purchaser to pay extra for papers.
B. FRANK SLOAN, Assignee.
JOSEPH N. BROWN,
Agent for the Creditors.
Dec_20, 1877 15 - 3
STATE OF SOU'I CAROLINA.
County of' Pickons.
BY virtue of an execution to me directed,
JI will sell to the highest bidder before
the Court House door, at Pickenis C. HI , on
Saleday in January 1878, during the legal
hours of sale,
All that Tract of Land, whereon Mariha
Weemns now lives, conItaining One Hiundred
and Seventy-six Acres, more or less, lying
on the east. side of 12 Mile River. adjoining
lands of estate J. II. Clayton and others;
levied on ats the property of A.' WVeens, at
the suit of Datvid B. Sloan, Administrator.
TERMS: Fifty dollars cash, balance on
a credit- of 12 months, at 7 per cent interest,
withI approved note and mortgage, lo secure
the purchase money. Purchaser to pay ex
tra for tit,les.
- A LSO,
All the right, title and interest of Thos.
P. Campbi, in all that trat t or parcel of
land in Pickens County, on waters of Twelve
M ile R iver, econtaining One llundred and
Twenty-five Acres, more or less, being the
same tract of land Whereon tihe Defendant
no0W residies. Sold as the property of Thios.
P. Campbell, at the suit. of F'. L~. Garvin.
JOAB MAULDIN, s.r.L.
Dec 13, 1877 14 4
STATE OF 8OUTII CAROLINA.
- COUNTY OF PICKENS.
iN THlE COURP' OF COMMON PLEAS.
William HI. Perry Plaintiff, against Absalom
Blythe and Sophia F. Earle, Defendants.
Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale.
BY virtue of the authority of an order,
B made by the lion. RI B. Carpenter, as
Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, dated
the 24th day of November, 1876, to the
Sheriffs of Greenville and Pickens Counties;
I Joab Mauldin as Sheriff of Pickens Coun%
ty, will sell to the highest bidder at Pickens
Court House, 8. 0., during the legal hours
of sale, on Monday, the 7th (lay of January,
A. D. 1878, all of that part of the Tract. of
Land, which lies ini Pickens County, con
taining Three Hundred and Fifty-five A es
more or less, dascribed in tihe said order, to
"All that TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND,
lying on both sides of south Saluda Rtiver, in
the Counties of Greenville and Pickens, and
adjoining lands of the estate of Mrs. M. A.
Carson, J. H1. Cleveland and others, con
taining Two Thousand Acres, more or less,
particularly described in tihe last Will and
Testament of Absalom B3lythie, Sr., deceased,
It being the same Tract of Land devisf d to
Absalom lBly the by the said Absalom Blythe,
TERMS OF SALE: One half' the purchase
money to be paid in cash, the balance upon
a credit of twelve months from day of sale,
with interest from date, secured by a bond
and gortgage of the premises sold, the pur
chaser paying extra for all necessary papers,
and for recording tihe same.
JOAB MAULDIN, s.p.c.
Dec 18,1877 14 4
'STATE OF SOU l'I[ CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PICKENs.
IN TIlE PROBATE~ COURT.
Elamn F. Taylor et al. Plaintiffs, vs. Josa,
phine A. Carver et al. D)e'endants.
Comnplaint for Relief.
BY virtue of an order to me directed by
BHlon. W. 0. Field, Judge of the Probate
Court, in andl for the County and State
aforesaid, I will sel to the highest bidder, for
Cash, on the first Monday in January next,
the REAL ESTATE of Augustus Taylor, de
"All of that TRACT OF LAND, lying and
being in the State of South Carolina and
County of Pickens, on waters of Gouldings
creek, adjoining lands of E. E. Mauldin, W.
H. H1. Aviall, Harris t)illard and others, con.
tvtining One Hondred and Thirty Acres more
JOAB MAULDIN, s,.c
Dec 13, 1877 1 4 . 3
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PICICENS.
1N THE COURT OF PROBATE.
Mary J. Freeman, as heirs at law, and ab
Administratrix. and Benton 8. Freeman
as Administrator of the Personal Estate, of
Barney L. Freeman, deceased, Plaintiffs.
Mary J. Freeman, Jr. William B. Freeman,
James D, It. Freemirn, glisa J Freeman,
George T. Freeman, John T. Freeian and
Lindsay B. Freeman,.Defendants.
Complaint for Partition.
BY vi rtue of an order, made by Hon. W.
Field; Judge of the Probate Court, In
and fbr the County and State aforesaid, da.
ted the 8th day of December, 1877, to me
directed, I will sell to the highest bidder, at
publi outcry, at Pickens Conrt House, on
Monday, the 7th day of January A. D. 1878,
the VALUABLE REAL ESTATE of Barney
L. Freeman, deceased, divided into two
tracts, to wit:
Tract No. 1,
OR THE UPPER PLACE, containing One
Hundred and Ninety-six Acres, of which
Fifty-five acres are First Class Saluda River
Bottom Land, adjoining tract No. 2, William
Mayflield, lands of the estate of Phillip Mar
tin, deceased and others.
Tract No, 2,
OR THE LOWER PLACE, containing Two
Hundred and Twenty-five Acres, forty acres
of which are First Class Bottom Land, lying
in the fork, made by the Oolenoy and Sa
luda Rivee, adjoining Tract No. 1, G. Hen
dricks, Mrs. Martin and others: sold as the
Real Estate of Barney L. Freeman, deceased,
for the payment of debts and for partition.
TERMS OF SALE: One-third the purchase
money in cash, the remaining two-thirds on
one and two years time, with interest from
date, the purchaser .giving bond, with good
security and a mortgage of the premises sold,
to the Judge of Probate. and paying extra
for deed, mortgage, and for recording the
JOAB MAULDIN, s.p.c.
Dec.13,1877 14 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
BY virtue of an execution to me direited
I will sell to the highest bidder for cash,
at Pickens Court House, in front of the
Court House steps, on Saleday in January
next, during the legal hours of sale, the
following property, to wit:
All thit Piece or Tract of Land, situate In
Pickens County, S. C.. on waters of Eighteen
Mile creek, adjoining lands of WV. U. Clayton,
S. W. Clayton andl others, containing One
llundred A cres, more or less. Sold as t he
property- of J. A. Boggs, at the suit of 8. 1V.
At the same lime and place, 365i acres- of
Land on Saila Rtiver, in Pickens County, on
which t here is a good Orist and Saw Mill,
adjoining h:mds of Robert Trotter, William
Mlayfleld and others. Levied on as the prop
erty of' Charles A. Carson, at the suit of Dun .
can & Shumaite.
TERMS C MHI. Purchasers to pay extra
for lit les.
A t the same time and islace, I Hotme Shut tle
Sewing Machine; levied,-on as the property of
A. J. Anderson, at the suit of A. & E. Ba&con.
I will sell on the Tuesday following, at
Eaisley .dion, 1 Sett BlaicksmnithI Tools; he
vied on as (lhe property of Day & Clyde, at
the suit of Gower, Cox & Markley.
JOAD MAULDIN, s.P.c
Dec 18, 1877 14 4
STATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA,
Susa2 Trotter against Lucretia Dacus.
B Y virtue of sundlry executiors, to me di.,
rected, I 'will expose for sale, on Sale.,
day in January 1878, during the legal hours
of sale, before the Court HQuse door, the fol
lowing property, to wit:
All the right, title and interest of Lucretia
Dacus, in all that Tract or Parcel of Land,
containing 125 acres more or less, being the
same tract conveyed by the heirs of Moses
Hendricks to William Dacus by deed, bear
ingKdate the 27th October, 1853, and record
ed In Register Mesne Oonveyance Office for
Pickens County, Book '"A," page 234. Sold
as.proper ty of Lucretia Dacus at the suit of
Susan Trotter against Ansell Magill.
All the right title and interest of Ansell
Magihl, in all that Tract or Parcel of Land in
said County, on waters of Carpenter's creek,
containing One Hundred and Twenty-seven
Acree more or less, being the sanme tract
conveyed by deed from the heirs of Moses
Hendricks to Larkin Hendricks, hearing
date thie 27th October, 1853, recorded in
the Office Register Mesne Conveyance for
Pickens County, Book "A," page 234 Sold
as the propeR ty of Ansell Magill, at the suit
of Susan Trot ter.
TERMDS CASH-Purchaser to pay extra
JOAB MAULDIN, s.P.c.
Dec 18,1877 14 4
STATE' OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
L. Ross Eaton, Petit ioner, against E phraim
B. Eaton, Joseph J. Eaton, Amanda C.
Wilson et al. Respondents.
Petition for P'art it ion.
B Y virtue of an ordIer in the above stated
case, to me dlircected, by W,' 0. Field,
Judge Probate for the County and State afore
said, (hated (lie 2d day of November, 1877, I
will sell to the highest bidder, on Monday,
the 7th day of January next, during the legal
hours of sale, at Pickens Court. House,
A naumber of LOTS in lhie town of Central,
on Air Line Railroad, in Pickens County, 8.
C., advantageously situatedl for either busi..
ness or resilences.
A discription of salid Lots and Plats of
the same will be exhibited on the day of
Purchasers to pay extra for all papers.
TERLM8--One-half cash on day of sale,
remainder on a credit of twelve monthIs, with
interest from date. Purchasers to give bond
and security and a mortgage of premises to
secure purchase money.
JOAB MAUJLDIN, s.r. c.
Dc6.,1877 1 18 4
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
owing unprecidented bargains:
Jalicoes,- (first class) 14 yards to the $1.00;
3alicoes, Remnants, anything we can get for
Dottonades, 10, 15, 20, and 25 cents per yard;
3ummier Shoe from 75 cents up;
saddles. from $2.25 up;
Blind Bridles, 75 to $1.25;
)pen Bridles proportionally low;
Keady Made Clothing at 10 per cent above
cost and carriage.
[8 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 extra local freight we
ave to pay more thian Greenville.
JOH N T. GOSSETT2 & CO.
Ensley, S. C.. July 20, 1877.
JUST RECEIVED AT.
M cEFA LL'S,
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
ALL NEW, NICE AND BRIGHT.
A splendid atssortment, and prices t
suit the times.
CROCKERY, TIN AND
Ati kinds, sizes and prices, from a
H alf Pint Cup to a 20 gallon W ash
DRUGS &r WEDICINES,
Always Fresh and Genuine, and all
the loading artcles always on hand.
ALWVAYS IN STOCK.
TOBACCO AND SEGARS
To suit~ every one.
CANDY AND CRACKERS,
CANNED) GOODS & PIKLES,
And in fact a general assortment of
Come and see for your self.
W. T. MIcFALL.
May 10, 1877 85A
Will exobange Goods for any kind of
EASLEY STATION, s. C.
June 28, 1877 42
I TAKE this method of informing all parties
interested, that I will be found in my of
fice, at Pickens Court H1ouse" on each
WEDNESDAX, qnd on each SALMDAY,
for the purpose of transacting any business
that comes under my jurisdiction.
As my duties as School Commissioner will
compeli me to be abseut in different parts of
the ounty, I' aopint these special days for
the benefit of all concerned. Office hours,
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
0.. W. SINGLETON,
Feb 8, 187- 22
$1,200 ISOM ON $100
Made any day in PuTs and CALLS. Invest
according to your means. $10, $50 or $100,
in STOCK PRIVILEIEs, has brought a small
fortune to the careful investor. We advire
when and how to operate safely. Book with
full information sent free. Address orders by
mail and telegraph to BAXTER & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers, 17 Wall bt.., N. Y.
May 17, 1877 86 ly
T IE undersigned is located at Central, and
is prepared at all times to dispatch work
with neatness. $peciail at tention t o SET ING
or RESETING ARTIFICIAL TEET H, either
tempot.ary, partial or permanent. Filling
done with neatness. All the materials corn.
monly used in filling,
GEO. BORIOUGHIS, Dentist.
June 14, 1877 40 (6m
Atlanta Medical College,
TlHE Twentieth Annual Course of Lectbref
twill commence October 15th, 1877, and
close Marcha lst, 1878.
FACIULT-J. G. WVestmoreland, W. F. WVest.
moreland, WV. A, Love, V. H. Taliaferro, Johi
Thad. Johnson, A. W. Calhoun, J. H. Logan,
J. T. Banks; Demonstrator of Anatomy, C.
Send for Announcement, giving fullinfor
JNO. THAD. JOHNSON, Dean.
aug 9, 1777 48 8mn
GJREJEAVILL E, S. C.
A. M. SPEIGHTS, Proprietor.
M&.BELLS IN TIHE ROOMS.
Juune 14, 1877 40 *
The A tate of South Carolina
IN PROBATr E COURTI.
Robert Trot.er, Plaintiff, vs. James Trotter,
et. al Defendants.
~Summ,ons for Partition, Relief, &c.
TO the Defendnnts: James Trotter, Rebecca
Williams, Elizabeth M. Trotter, Susan
Trotter, Amy Trotter, Henry Trotter,
Nancy Simmons, Elizabeth Lesley, Caroline
Harbin, Geo. W. Trotter, Thomas 0. Trot
ter, RLaohel Trotter, Cleveland Trotter,
Robert Trotter, IHarah Trotter, Rachel
Trotter, Griffin Trotter, tlreen Trotter,
Larkin H. Trotter, Susan M. Trotter, Eli
zabeth Trot trr, Caroline Burgess, RLebecca
Whitmire, Nancy Reese, Sarah M. Trotter,
Henry 0. Trotter, John T. Trotter, Rachel
M. Howard, Robert 0. Trotter, Mary J.
Masters, John La. Trotter, Louisa J1. 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 req1uirel
to answer the complaint in this action.
whicha was filed in the office of the Probate
Court for said County of Pickens, and to
serve a copy of your answer to the said eom..
p laint on the subscribers et their oflice at
Pickens Court House, S. C., within twenty
days after the services hereof, anid if you fail
to answer the complaint within the time afore
said, the Plaintiff in this action will apply to
the Court for the RLeliet demanded in the
November 12, 1877.
EARLE, WELLS & TAYLOR,
TO Amy Trotter, Hieny Trotter, Thomas (1
Trotter, Rtachiel Trotter, Cleveland Trot ter
Robert Trotter, Sarahx Trotter, Rachel Trot
ter, Griffin Trotter, Green Trotter, Larkin HI
Trotter, Susan M. Trotter, Nancy Rleese
Sarah M. Trotter, Henry Odus Trotter, .JoI
T. Trotter, and all persons having or claim
ing any interest in the Rteal Estate of James
Trotter, deceased, Defendants, in this act ion
please take notice that the summons an<
complaint, of which the foregoing is a cop
of the summons, was filed in the office of tl
Judge of the Probate Court for Pickeni
County, South Carolina, on the~ 12th day (
EARLE, WELLS & TAYLOR,
I J 8 COTuRAN, Rt A CUIL,
Abbeville C ' J Pickens C H
COTHEAN & CHILD,
A2TORNEYS - CO UNSELORB AT LA W,
PICKENS 0. 11. 8. 0.,
Will Practiee In all the Courts of the State
and Courts of the United States, for the Dis..
trict of South Carolina.
March 29 1877 29
Norton, Keith & Hollingsworth
- ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practice in the Circuit and Probate
Courts for Pickens County, and in the United
States Courts of this State from that county.
One of the Senior partners will be present to
aseist in the transaction of any important
busines8 during vacation.
J. J. NORTON
W. C. KEITH,
0. L. IOLLINGSWORTH,Pickens C. 11.
March 23, 1876 29
ATTORNEY ANDCOUNSELLOR ATYAW,
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
Practices in the Circuit ourt and Court o
P Probate for Pickens ounty.
May 16 42 6m
ISAAC X. BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW'
121ENT LLS C. 211 3 C,
Practices in Courts of Pickens8
County, and in United States Courts
I 1AINE GOLD, so extensively worn in
Paris, was first discovered in 1870, by
the celebrated French chemist Mons 1). 11o
Lainge, who manufactured it into jewelry,
and for five years sold it. to the leading jew
clers of Paris for Solid Gold. In 18~5, when
his secret. became known, ten of the manu-.
facturing jewelers establishedi a stock com--.
pany, with a capital of $1 0,000,00 for the
purpose of m'aniufacturing Ronmaine Gold
Jewelry and Watches. With this ininei,e
capital, and the aid of improved machinery
they are enabled to produce all the latest pat
terns ofjewelry at less than one-tentia the
cost of Solid Gold, and of a quality and color
which makes it. impossible even for experts to 1
detect it from the genuine.
We have secured the exclusive agency of
the United States and Canada, for the sale of
all goods manuiifac(tired from, th,is met il, and
in order to introduce them in ihe ost. speedy
man ner, have put up assorted sample lots as
given below, which we will sell at one-t eth
the retail value until January 1st, 1878.
Read the list.
One Gent's Watch Chain retail price, $1 0t)
One pair Engraved Sleeve lhutions, ret alil 75
One Stone set Scarf Pin, retail price, 75
One set (3) spiral shirt. stu'ds, retail prc 75 -
One improved shape collar bu .t an, retaiil, 50
One heavy plain wedding ring, retail 1 25
For 50 cents we will send above six art icl a
$1 00 LOT. -
I pair sleeve but tons, stone setting,
1 Bet (8) spiral shirt studs,
1 heavy hand engagement ring,
I set (2) engraved bracelets,
1 Ladies' long guard or neck chain,
1 engraved miniatutre locket for t he above,
1 Gent's heavy link watch chain,
1 Lake George Diamond at ud.
$2 00 LOT.
1 Ladies' neck chia and charm,
1 Ladies' heavy guard chain for watich,
1 set Pin and ear rings; amethyst,'
1 extra fine miniature locket,
1 cameo seal ring,
1 very,heavy wedding or engagement ring
1 Gent's heavy watch chain with charm,
I pair pearl inlaid sleeve buttons,*
I Lake George cluister pin,
1 pair (2) heavy band bracelets.
$3 00 LOT,
1 Ladies' opera guard ch ain,
1 Ladies' neck chain and cro'ss
1 beautiful locket, engraved,'
I pair band bracelets,
1 Gent's twist link vest chain and charm,
1 pair onyx sleeve buttons,
I set  onyx shirt studs,
1 new improved collar butt on,
1 extra cut cameo seal ring,
1 arizona solitaire stud,
1 set amethyst or topaz piu and ear drops,
I Ladies' chemise but ton,
I plain ring, stamped 18 'K.
$5 00 LOT.
1 Ladies' opera chain, withI slide andl tassel,
[retail price $5 0t)]
I Gent's heavy wvatch,'ch.ain, with curlb charm,,
[ ret ail price $5 00]
1 Ladies' heavy long neck chain
1 elegant chased miniature locket for above
1 set cameo medahion pin and ear drops
I pair  heavy chased band bracelets
1 Gent's solitaire dianmond si aid
1 Gent's cluster diamond pin
I pair amethyst or onyx Sleeve buttons
1 set  studs to match the above
1 elegant heavy set cameo seal ring
I massive band or wedding ring
1 new ''patent'' collar button
I Ladies' chemnijse but ton
I amethyst or topaz ring, [extra finish.]
The retail price of the art iclesq ini each
sample lot amounts to exactly tenti lmmes t he
price we ask for tihe lot; for examwple, our
$100 lot retails for $10 00; our $5 00) l'ot for
A Solid Romaine Gold Hunting Case
To any one sending i's an Ordler f'or the
above lots by express to the anmouint of $15 O00
we will liend FItEE~ one solid Romine1 Goldi
Ihunting-case Watch, Oents' or Ladies' size,
warranted to keep p)erfect time andl looki
equally as well as a $It)( gold watch. hi
miaji pospaid, $15 50. This is our' best offer to
Aments, and is worth a trial, as the watch
al ons will sell or trade rcadlily for from $20)
to $50. Gents' or Ladies Watch alone, $7 to
or $8 00 with a heavy Gent's gold pat erni vest
chain aind charm, or Ladies' operaL chain with
slide air.d tassel,
EMEMER-This offer only holds good
.until .lanuary 1st, 1878. After that tinme wo
,shaill sell only to .Jobbers and Wholesale deal
- era, and any One wishing our goodls will then
.have to pay full retail prices. Roma,ire Gold
,is the best, andl, in fact , tihe only imitation of
i genuine gold made, being the saime in weight,
- color and fiish, ando all our goods arle maitd.
a in the latest gold pattIerns. Will guarantee
,sat isfaction in every inst ance, or' red 1I ho
y Send money by P. 0., Money Order, or
e Registered Letter, at our risk. No goorts
s sent C. 0. 1). unless $5 00 accom.pnies the
f order. Addre.as p)lainly3, WV, F. EVANd &
CO., Solo Agents for Un.ted Slates and
Canada, 95 and;97 South Clark-strecet, Chi
auog 30, 1877 51 6