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a ad Baturdr A, oeYs- ,I*
lli eq1w* P. go s 40abbath, and at
b doLees, PreebyteWrla, (Secons)
th in ech month, at, 1I e'elock am.
~~j~J~kns needs a marshal.
I the time to plant trees,
oand season is approaching.
- ipl elling at 50 cents a bushel
kosuocessful farmer, is never idlo.
.1',roads are in a bad condition.
" q eporta all quiet about Da.
siTa.-A. If. Folger has a fine
R. A. Child is happy. It's a twelve
)?Ionty of butter and eggs. in the
ur merahan-to ,ore doing good
tse rab'kari badly needed. Will
pouncil attend to this m-ttter.
pr fmer's should not. forget to
Nxpetifully oflopring oats.
406eWoit'f ashes and salt will stop
;Dry goods, produce, etc., are as
cheap now as they were before the
Major Lewis, our Clerk of Court,
. has recently mov'ed to the house oc*
aupdi lait year by Mr. Carlisle.
We publish in this issue a new
'6PkH6-' Piedmont Aire Line
Railway. Joad it and see at wat
tiMe to meet'the train.
We understand that Maj. Ambler's
fAnily will soon move to town, for the
purpose of sending his children to
sehool. Glad to se6 our ptpulation
'ThAt sewing maehine man was mis
taken when Ie calld oni our forAinan
foi legal advice. He was, however,
direoted to the proper place and went
his, way rejoicing.
,Last.1.onday was mov'ing day. Mr..
Taylor has maoved in t,he roomn under
tho bMnsouie Hall, anud Mr. Child now
oc'etiie the office formerly occup)ied
hy Mr. Taylor, knownu as Dark's bar
The people, pretty generally, are
paying up their Atailroad tax. See
chago inCapt., Burry's ad vertise..
s eutg Olico hor fromn 10 o'clock
~jMonday, laL,il pirecisely 12 .o'clock
Saturday, 01 each,.week. .Nor personl
nae0d apply alter that, hour.
Berry Stephens, charged with being
an,.aeoeosry to the mnurder of Willis
Tayt-t' was brought, before Trial
Jutiiges Taylor and Stewart oni Mon
dAy i.sL, on a wrtt iubeas cor'pts,
forAAhe purpioso of. being baited. rhe
just,iees retiused to bail him, and he
-w,as recornmitted t,o jail.
Sdeot i advertisement of John H.
Kensd9d Co.'s H.:metstd Sewing
*bchine. Thuis machine has a wide
.audi.gro wing repu ta tiona, and thbe pro-.
* prietors, to put, it within theo reach, of
:all; 'has red uced his price to the res
~rkably low figures oP620.
tWaddy says be will soon do a flottr
sthg b-usiness in Mrs. Winlow's
'8v liurg f3yrup, .d e,.says the pros.
peoi*.of, heavy, sales has already
caijsed'an advancei inprices..
d olored woman, confined In jail
for stealing cotton, made her escape
on 5?nday lhAst. She brought to jaim
with.hei- a child only a few months
91iia which she left behind her, to the
teder care of' heri fellow criminals.
list MondAy -.Is saleday. .It will
be mighty convenient for those in
d, rre atnd who visit town on that
daystoaytheir subscription to the
% ffigxTZ Don't forget to put your'
in SQ your pocket, when you start.
I miy,save you another trip.
p&Qhptryman purchased, recently,
e ~tI0of Ayor's Hair Vigor from
Iati,.and, after making -the pur,.
Saue enquired very earnestly how
ngd f was a dose. When ;nfcrm-L
ed % was not to be taken intern,
belt applied to the hair', he ap
qaidvr .jueh astonished, as well
,aghg ained, when he saw that broad
spi ra over th6 placid 'counte
STEl. DEATr -Bn oi G EN. N. B.
ensiko.'~-Anoether bright light' has
goh,e-do One by one the 'soldiers of
th("ostcause" cross the river. And
#w th. groat Forrest has gone. Our
o tare.represents his last hour, when
i and friends are grouppd sorrow
W4~IY' Oded the great cavalt-y tchief.
~death bed. This is a.. magnifi
4 oppiture, one that will touch ev-.
thern heart, and should find a.
very Southern home. 1t- Is
bes in size and fiuely 'finish..
is copy will be sett by'
prepaid, for.26 cent La
o ocnt, 7 copIes for S1, in
yt p*tago stamps. All ong.
4 Pio t -gAnts wannod
a owr isdwel log houseas
aooon- In:bitk, is clear of debt, and
m Woney uts iterest-the atural sonse.
AenRe of $6curing a good agency for supe,
or goods at the lowest prices. A good first
.glass ewing Machine, most useful-reliable
at all times, easy to understand and control,
the same site and does the same work as any
machines that sell at FouR TIMas the price
There Is no machine st' any price better, t ?
that will do finer or more work, and certainly
none so low in prioe by many dollars. The
Ho10sRAn is widely xnown and used in
thousands of families in the Easteru auu
Middie States, and daily becoming popular
ir the West. It will save Its cost several
times over in one season, doing the work of
the familX, or.will earn four er five dollars a
dai ~r aq man, 0 woaan. Who. sews tor a
lis & iith4stOtag hitathp tina4e, U.
ad all times- to do its work, makes the
strongest and finest stitch yet invented, and
is fully acknowledged as the Standard Family
bewing Machine. Price, complete for do
mestic use, reduced to $20, delivered at your
'door, no matter how remote you may reside.
Burdness permanent' And honorable, with
more certain and rapid salesr, and larger
profits than any other. Extraordinary libetal
offers made to local or traveling agents where
we have uono established: or, if there is no
agent bear ou, send your order direct to the
fddt64 Wo*k Jo,i i. Kendall & jo.;
421 4(4ad*a, New York.
!ftiiNf=n is ~ 1 Secarb
protupt and proper action on theiv
cases, should emoloy an attorney re
sident at Wathington. We direct
attention to Foster's Patent Office,
509,7th street, Washington, D. (). MA.
Fupterlias,prauticed before the Patent
Ofde, 18 yedrs.. 3end to him ir
pimphlets and references
FALL IN PRICES.
SECURE AN AG%ENCY
and I50 or $100 per week.
"THE EVER READY AND NEVER OUT OF ORDEA."
*20 SEWING MACHINE 020
For Domestic use.
WITH TABLE AND FIXTURES C0O1.
PLETE, REDUCED TO ONLY $20. -
A perfect and unequaled, large, strong anu
durable Machine, constructed elegant ana
solid, from the best material with mathema.
tical precision, for Constant Family use or
-manutacturing purposes. Always ready at. a
moment's notice to -to its day's work, never
out of order, and will last a generation wit.b
moderate caYe; easy to understand and 'ian
age; light, smooth, and swift running, like
the well regulatled movement of a fine wat ch;
Bimple, Coniipact, Efficient and Reliable, with
all the valuable improvements to be found i:n
the highest priced Machines, warranted to do
the same work, the same wvay, and as rapid
and smooth as a $75 Machine. ,an acknow-.
ledged triumfpha of ingen ious mechanicalskill,
essentiatly the working woman's friend, and
tar in advan<.e of all ordinary Maclines. for
absolute 8trengt h. Reliability and general
usefulness; will flew, Fell, Truck, Seam, Quilt,
IBiad, liraid, Cord, - Gather, Ruffie, Shirr.
Plait, Fold, 8eall9p, -Roll, Embroider, Run
up Breadths, &c., with wonderfuil rapidity,
Eeatniess and ease, sews the strongest lastine~
'stitch equally tine and smooth through nal
kinds ot goods, from camabric t o several t hick
nesses of, broadcloth or leather, with fine o'r
coarse cotton, linen, silk or twine. Giv s
perfect satistactuion. WVill earn its cost sen
oral t imes over in a~ season in tIhe woi-k it d<,es
or make ii good living for any mana or woman
Who desires to use it. for that. puarpose; works
so faithfuli and.ensy the servants or children'
can use k with.out damage. Price of Ala
chine with light table, fully equipped for
family work, $20. HALF CAsE, CovERn, SIDE
DRAWER AND CABINET STYLEs each at cor
rerpondingly low rates. Safe delivery guar
anteed, free Iromi damage. Explanatory
pampilets illustrated withI engravings of the~
several styles of Machines, ref'erences, va
riety of sewing, &c., mailed free. C2ontiden~
tial terms wish-liberal inducements to eiter
prising Clergymen, Teachers, Business Alen,
Traveling or Local Agents, &c., who desire
exclusive Agencies, turnished on application.
Address JOHN H. KENDALL & CO., 421
Droadway, New Yo.Ak.
Jan 81, 1878 - 21 ly
*.Notice to Fiduciaries,
ALL Administrattors, Execuiors, Gaiar.
L.diansa, and other Fiduciaries who by
law are required to. make their returns to.
the Judge of Probarte,rare hereby 'notified to
do so during the ,thonth of January, or the
penalties of the law will be enforced.
W* . . FIELD,
Judge of Probate.
Jan 10, 1878 18 4
Failing Sickness .Perinan
0 humbug-by one month's usage of Dr.
0GOULAnn's Celebrated infalible Fit
Powders. To convince sufferers that. thes.e
powers will do all we claim for them, we will
#endl thepi by,rna, post paidi a free t.rial box
is Dr. Goulard is the only physlcian t hat
has ever made this- -diseatse a special study,
and as.to our knowledge thousands have been
permanently cured'by the.use of these Pow
ders, we will guarantee a permanent cure in
every esse or refund y qu a !'money expen
ded. Alfs'ifferers,should give llreso Po wders
at we og .and be convinced of their CUe
Price, for large bot, $3.00, or 4 boxes for
$10.00, sent by mail to any part of Unite I
States or Can'a.da .on receipt, of price,, or by
*xpress, c. o. n. Address,
ASH & ROBBIN8,
860.Fulton-street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Jau10, 1877 , 18 l
A LL sufdrerg hom tiid dillao that are
anxious t o be cured should .try Dr. Kiss.
NER's Ce Ibrated C onsumption Powders.
These .Po~ doe's 'are the- only prepitation
known~ that will cure. Censumption and all
diseases of the Tfirt thd h.ungs--indeed, so
strong is our faith in~ them, and also to con
w1ugce you that they are no humbug, we will
forward to every suffereu', by mail, post paid,
'a free Trial Box.
*We don't want your money, until you are
perfectly actisfied ol their onratiwe powers.
If your life is worth saving, doan' delay In
giving these Powd a Ia$l, as the.y will
*areiy cure ioen
P *e, fot Dirge box, $8.00~ st fo a
A6, i sotgbd fm i.
1kAS our bins W ty@i*"Wk %e *IQ@*
HOME AVID FAI OF
TOw is the Tinae t P Secure It
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS FOR AN
Of the best Land in America. 2,000 Acrbs
in Eastern Nebraska, on the line of the Union
Pacific Railroad now for sale, 10 years credit
given, interest only 6 per cent. These are
the only, lands for sale on the line of this
Great Bailroad, the World's Highway. Bend
for the New "Pioneer," the best paper for
those seeking new homes ever published.
Fuill information, with maps, sent free.
0. F. DAVIS,
Land Agent, U. P. R. R., Omaha. Neb.
A Great Offer for Holidas
We will during thes' Hard Times and the
Holidays dispose of 150 NEW PIANOS and
ORGANS, of first class makers at lower pri
Ces for cash, or Installments, than ever be.
fore offered. WATERS' PIANOS and OR.
GANS, are the best. made, warranted for 5
years, Illustrated Catalogue Mailed. Great
inducements to the trade. Pianos, 7-octave,
$140; 71-octave, $150; Organs, 2 stops, $48;
4 stops, $63; 7 stops, $65; 8 stops, $70; 10
stops, $85; 12 stops; $9.); in perfect order,
not used a year. Sheet music at half price.
HORACE WATERS & SONS, Manufacturer
and Dealers, 40 East 14th street, New York.
Sewing Machine is the easiest selling and
best !atisfying in the market. It has a very
large shuttle; makes the lock stich; is simple
in construction; very light running, and al
most noiseless. It is impossible for other
iachines to sell in direct competition with
the White. Agents Wanted. Apply for
terms to WI1TE SEWING MACHINE CO.,
I Cure -Fits!
When I say cure I do not mean merely to
etop them for a time and then have them re
turu again, I mean a radical cure I am a
regular physician and have made the dis
Fit, Epilepsy or Falling
A life-long study. I warrant my reredy to
cure the worst <:ases. Because others have
t'ailed is no reason for not now receiving a
cure~ from me. Send to me at once for a
Treatise aind a Free Bottle of my infallible
remedy. Give express and post oflice. It
Costs you nothing foir a trial, and I will Cure
you. Add--ese Dr. Hi. G. RtOOT, 188 P,arl
s.reet, New York,
plan beats all to make money. la
easy, honest, arnd pays you Ten Dollars a
lay. DA VI 0 . CUO K, Ch icago.
. Work for All
intheir- own localitics, c:envassing for the
FI t E6(~DE VTdITORI, (enlarged) Weekiey and
M1ont.hly. Lairgest Paper in the World, with
MJamnmotha Chiromos Free. Big Commissions
to Agents. Terms anid Outfit Free. Address
P. 0. VICKERliY, Augusta. Maine.
4O EXTRA ' FiNE M1XED~I CARDUS, with
name, 10 cents, post paid. L. JONEs &
Co., Nassau, N. Y,
PLAINU $260. Parlor Oorgans,
prico $340 only $95. Paper free. DANlI
F. BIEATTY, Wshington, N. J.
$020 PER MONTII made selling the
Gr'ycopese or Planetary Top, Bluck
eye Stationery Package, Magic Pen (no ink
required.) Catanlogue of Agents Goods (roe.
BIUCKEY NOVELTY CO1 Cincinnati, .
STATE OF SOU [ H CA ROLINA.
COUNTY OF PICKEN8.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
lRobert Trotter. vs. James Trotter et. al.
Field, Proba te Judge for Pickenis County,
I will sell to the highest bidder before the
Court -flouse door, at Pickens Court fouse,
on Monday the 4th day February, 18'78, be
t ween the legal hours of sale, the following
lREAL ESTATE of James Trotter, deceased,
dividled into two tracts, to wit:
*Tract No. 1,
The Lower or Hiome Place, containing 218
acres more or less, adioining the upper,tract,
lands of Tyler l11ll, James B, Heater and
Isaac Willhams, Sr.
Tract No. 2,
Or the Upper Tract, containing 348 acres
more or less, adjoining Tract. No. 1. Nancy
Gtilliland, Mrs. Dutfy Simimons, Soloman
Hayes and others. Sold for partition.
TERMS: The costs of Partition and Sale on
day of sale; one half the balance on a credit
of twelve months, and the remainder on a
credit, of two years. Purchaser to give bond
and security and a mortgage of the premises
to the Probate Judge, to secure the purchase
money, and pay extra for titles.
JOAB MAUL~D1N, s.P.c.
Jan 10, 1878 18 -4
STATE OF SOUTHVL CAROL[NA
COUNTY OF PICKEN8.
BY viteof an execution to me directed,
BI virtusell to the higlAest bidder for cash,
at. Pickens Court House, in front of the
Court House steps, on Saleday in February
All that Pice Parcel or Tract of Land,
containing Three Hu mndred and Sixt y.-lve acres
Land on Saluda River, in Piokens County, on
which there is S good Grist and Saw Milla,
a<joining lands of tobera. Trotter, Williaga
Mta,yfeld and others. Le'vied on as the pr
arty of (Uliariss A. Carson, at. the satiof Jamtes
C s.laghts af, ex a
OPPETUT? DM !
NOW IS THE TIME TO
Buy Your Goods
sWE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
full and complete LINE of NEW
GUODS for Fall and Winter Trade,
purchased in New York, by Mr. W.
M. HAGoOD, with great care, and at
lower prices than ever before, and
will take great pleasure in showing
our Goods and giving prices.
We invite special notice to our
Ladies', Children's and Men's Shoes,
Ladies' and Gents Hats, of latest
Calicoeh and Delaines;
Flannels and Jeans;
Ready Made Clothing;
Bridles, Saddles, Harness.
The best grades of Sugar, Coffoo,
Cheese, and Syrups, always on hand.
HAGOOD, ALEX ANDER & CO.,
Pickens C. H.. S. C.
W. M. HAGOOD & CO.,
Easley S. C.
Sept 27, 1877 8
Hovey & Townes
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
nlouncing to our customer's and the
public, that we have opened one~ of
the largest stocks of
Brought~ to this market. Consisting
SILIRTINGS, SHEBETINGS, .
JEANS, CASSIMERES, &c.
DRY-GiOODS in endless variety.
Cloaks and Shawls, GLOVE~S,
Bla~ck Alpacca a specialty.
8,000 yards RI BBONS, 2 to 5 inches
wido, at 15 cents per yardl.
Largest stock of CARPETS ever
brought to this market.
HOVEY & TOWN ES,
Next door to National Bank,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Oct 4, 1877 4 3m
Main-St. Greenville S. C.
!hla1le ani htail Dsa16N In
Hardware, Cutlecy, Guns,
FINE TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, A
Bar Iron and Steel;
Blacksmith's, Carpenter's and Mechanic's
Builders Hardware of every description;
Wagon and Carriage Materials;
A full line of Best Quality Leather and Rub
ber Belting, always in stock;
Fairbanks Standard Scales;
The Hall Safe and Loch Company;
The '-Taylor" Cor ton Gin;
Tucker's Pattent Alarm Money Drawer
Also, for the Celebrated Shaenberger Horse
and Mule Shoes.
We are prepared to sell Sweedes Iron at
the lowest quotations from any markets, and
still propose to duplicate invoiceii from North -
ern Jobbing Houses, adding only actual'
WILKINS, WILLIAMS & CO.
Greenville, 8. C.
Sept 6, 1877 62 6m
3agdaia in k1ie ani LEmn,
I TAKE GREAT PLEASURE
IN OFFERING TO THlE TRAD
ING PUBLIC A VERY LARGE
AND W ELL SELECTED STOCK OF
SADDLES AND HARNESS,
A T PR ICES AS LO W VENAS IN NEW
YORK BY RETAiL.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
i ake No4c,e,
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, 15, 20, and 25 cents per yard;
Summer Shoes from 76 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.
Oar Goccry Dola
18 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
have to pay more than Greenville.
JOUN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Easley, S. 0., July 26, 1877
G ROCE RIES,
Will exchatnge Goodsi for any kind of
EASLEY STATION, S. c.
Juno 28, 1877 42
I T AKE this method of informing all parties
I. interested, that I will be found in my o(
floe, at, Pick ens Court House * on each
WV E D N E S 1. A Y, and on each SALEDIAY,
for the purpose of transacling any business
that comes under my jurisdiction.
As my duties as School Commissioner will
cdmrpcll me to be absent in diff'erent parts of
the County, I appoint these special days for
the benefit af all concerned. Office hours,
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
G. W. SINGLETON,
Feb 8, 187~ 22
$1,200 lROfl ON $100
Made any day in PUTS and CALLs. Invest
according to your means. $10, $50 or $100,
in STOCK PIvELEoKs, has brought a small
fortune to the careful investor. We advise
when and how to operate safely. Book with
full information sent free. Address orders by
mail and telegraph to BAXTER & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers, 17 Wall at., N. Y.
May 17, 1877 86 ly
D EN I'IST RY.
VT H E undersigned is located at Centr'a), and
Lis prepared at all times to dispatch-work
with neatness. 8pecial attention to 8ETING
or RESETING A RTIFICIAL TEET H, either
temporary, partial or permanent. Filling
done with neatness. All the materials comx.
monly' used in filling,
GEO. BOROUGHS, Dent)st.
June14,1'877 40 6m
Atlanta Xedical College,
T H E Twentieth A nnual Course of Lectures
will commence October 15th, 1877, and
close March 1st, 1878.
FAcULTY-J. G. Westmorelandt, W. F. West.
moreland, W. A. Love, V. HI. Tallaferro, John
Thad. Johnson, A. W. Calhowi, 5. II. Logan,
.T. llanks; D)ernosr6tor of 'A4atmyQ.7'.
W. debuttiien, itg i.
Will P1actiee In al ti e Gee
and Courts of the United .te t
triact of South Carolina.
March 9 1877 g
No'ton, Keith 1 i
ATTORNEY$ AT 4
Will practice in the CironI Ant'-, A
Courts for Pickens County. and ip ro"
States Courts of this State froin that*"
One of the Senior partners will be ft
assist in the transaction of any
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTON,
W. C. KEITI, W
0. L. IIOLLINGSWORTI,Plokens b. R.
March 23, 1876 29
ATToRNZY AND 0OUNBLLOR 4TjAWq
GREENVILLE, S. 0. -
Practices in the Circuit ourt and Court e
Probate for Pickens ounty.
May 16 .I d
--ISAAC M. bRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices in Uburte of Picken
County, and in United States Courts
WATCHES! .JEWELRY I I
R OMAINE GOLD, so extensively worn fi
Paris, was first discovered in 1870, by
the celebrated French chemist Mons D. Be
Lainge, who manufactured it into jewelryv.
and for five years sold it to the leading Jew.
elers of Paris for Solid Gold. In 1876, when
his secret became known, ten of the manu
facturing jewelers established a stock com.
pany, with a capital of $10,000,000 for the
purpose of manufacturing Romaine Gold
Jewelry and Watches. With this'immense
capital, and the aid of improved machinery
they are enabled to produce all the latest pat.
terns ofJewelry at less than one-tenth tho
cost of Solid Gold, and of a quality and 0010r.
which makes it impossible even for experts to;
detect it from the genuine.
We have secured the exclutive agency of
the United States and Canada, for the sale of
all goods manufactured front this metal and
in order to introduce them In the most
manner, bave put up assorted sample lots as
given below, which we will sell at one-tenth
th eai evalue until January 1st, 1878.g.
One Oent's Wat ch Chain retail price, $1 00
One pair Engraved Sleeve Buttons, retail 75
One Stone set Scarf Pin, retail price, 75
One set (8) spiral shirt studs, retail price 75
One Improved shape collar butn, retail, 60
One heavy plain wedding ring, retail 1 26
For 50 cents we will send above six artile.
$1 00 LOT.
I pair sleeve buttons, stone setting.
I set (8) spIral shirt studs,
I heavy hand engagement ring,
1 set (2) engraved bracelets,
1 Ladies' lang guard or neck chain,
1 engraved miniature locket for the above,
1 Gent's heavy link watch chain,
1 Lake George Diamond st ud.
1 Ladies' neck chain and charm,
1 Ladies' heavy guard chain for watch,
1 set in and ear ring.; amethyst,
I extra fine miniature locket
1 cameo seal ring,
1 very heavy wedding or engagement ring,
1 Gent's heavy watch chain with charm,
1 par parlinlaid sleeve buttons,
I LaeGorge cluster pin,
1 pair (2) heavy band bracelets.
$3 00 LOT
1 Ladies' opera guard chain',
1 Ladies' neck chain and cross,
1 beautiful locket, engraved,
1 pair band bracelets,
1 Gent's twist link vest chain and charm
1 pair onyx sleeve buttons,
1 set  onyx shirt studs,
I new Improved collar butt on,
1 extra cut cameo seal ring,
I arizona solitaire stud,
1 set amethyst or topaz pin and ear drops,
1 Ladles' chemise button,
I plain ring, stamped 18 K.
I Ladies' opera chain, with slide and tassel~
[ret ail price 55 O']
I Gent's heavy watch'chai.n, with curb charm.
[retail price $5 00]*
1 Ladies' heavy long neck chain,
1 elegant chased miniature locket for ahoy.
1 set cameo medahion pin and ear drops
1 pair [2) heavy chased band bracelets
1 Gent's solitaire diamond stud
1 Gent's cluster diamond pin
1 pair amerlbyst or onyx sleeve buttons
1 set [8) stud5 to match the above
1 elegant heavy set cameo seal ring
I massive band or wedding ring
1 new "patent" collar button
1 Ladies' chemise button
1 amethyst or tops: ring, [extra finish.)
The retail price of the articles in each
sample lot amounts to exactly ten times the
price we ask for the lot; for exampe ou
SI00 lot retails for $10 00; our $6 00 lotto
A Solid Romaine Gold Hunting Caao
To any one sexiding t's an order for the
above lots by express to the amount of $16 00.
we will sen i FIIEE~ one solid Romaine Gold
HIunting-nase Watch, Gent.' or Ladieps' sise,
warranted - to keep perfect time and look
equally as well as a $100 gold watch. By
mall pospaid, $15 50. This is our best offer to
A&enats, and is worth a trial, as the watch
al uns will sell or trade readily for firom Sg~.
to $50.. Gent.s' or Ladles Watch alone, $7 00
or $8 00 with a heavy Gent's gold patern yest
chain and charm, or Ladies' opera chain with
slide sr.d tassel,
E.MRnsn-This offer only holds ol.*
until .January 1st, 1878. After that tihne we
shall sell only to Jobbers and Wholesale deaJe
era, and any one wishing our goods will thes 9
have to pay full retail prices. Rtomaine Gold
la the best, and, In fact, the only imitation ota
genuine gold made, being the same 1.weit,
olor and finish, and all our go,xds ee
in thE latest gold pat terns. Will gsn,.
satisfaction in every instance, 01 Tenin~ ~
Soend money by P. 0., ~ Odi '~.
Registered Letter, at, our *
owd*r. Addles jWa .