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The People's Journal.
Obituary notiee in this paper will be
charge( for at the rate of ono cent a word
for all such matter running over 100
Correspondents are enjolied to send
In their conu)mileations so as to reach
this oflice not; later thlan Hattr-day.
Correspondents are requested to make
their contributions of general interest,
short, poited and giving all the news.
No poetry need be sent for publicatiio.
The price of this paper is 81.00 per year
in ad vance.
Address all matter Intended for t his
offce tm~
Pickens, S. C,
Local and Personal.
-Dr W. F. Austin will be in
Easley Feb. 11. and 12.
-Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Mel
ville Holder, on the 1st. inst, a
-A. C. Heelth, of th3e Hoath
Bruce-Morrow Company, visited
Pickons on business last week.
-Examinations for teachers'
certificates will be held at the
Court House Friday, February 21.
-The bill introduced by R ep
resentativo tobinson to p lace
Pickens on a cash basis will soon
become a law.
-The Treasurer's books will
closo on the evening of February
28. There will be no temporizing
with delinquents after that (late.
-Read notice of salo of imachiin
cry, farming tools and ( housohold
and kitchen furniture to be mado
on saleday in March under. exocu
-Supervisor Stephen.s with Comi
missioner Welborn, F. E. Cox and
Ed. Stephens returned from Col
uibia Friday evening with fifteen
convicts to work on the roads.
-Willie Kinch is agent for the
Saturday Evenmg Post. Leavo
orders with him and you will bo
supplied with that excel lent paper,
weokly, at five cents a copy.
-Thanks are duo to correspon
dents for their general observanceo
of necessary rules atid the prompt..
ness with which their contribu
tions are forwarded for publication.
-Monday was disagreeably cold,
and the roads were so very nearly
ispassible that few people came
to town, though it was saleday,
which usually draws good crowds.
-Senator W. T. Bovon has suf
fered an attack of grip which kept
him to his room several days last
week. He has recovered suflici
ently to attend to his senatorial
-About everbody is starting.
this year on a very careful line
with strict economy in view. This
is well and the end will not be
so very bad if the plan is observed
throughout the year.
-Annie May, the infant daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff D. Holder
died on the 1st inst., and was bur
ied the following (lay at Pickone
cemetery, Rev. B3. Holder conduct
ing the funeral service.
-We have no clubbing arrnge
ments, and don't care to ho the
medium for cheap ad vertisemients.
If we find a really meritorious offer
of this kind we will let our sub-,
scribers knowv it.
-The foundry in Pickens, un
der the direction of A. T. We'isner
is turning out work creditablo to
larger and more thoroughly equip
ped concerns. It you need3( coimo
of that kind of workc, call at once,
see Mr. Weisner and Have the ox,.
j>ense of a trip to Greenville.
-We want to make Ti- : Jlovu
NAL the best weekly in uipper South
Carolina. This we are (determinied
to do, and every subscriber wvill feel
that lie is really getting tihe worth
ot his money. Watch and see if
these promises arc not fulfilled.
-Subsribecrs have risponided
quite generaily to the statements
sent out a few weeks back, though
there are still several who have
not had Opp)ortuniity to visit Piek,
ens and attend to their sitb scri p
tion (lims. TIhey will yet cotme,
and do the right thing.
-Bridges & Hammond, having
bought the entire stock of Chap
man Bros., havedl moved their ori
gmnal stock to the stand formerly
occupied by Mes.srs. Chapman, aiid
are offering good ba-gains at prices
consistent with the times. Bridges
& Hammond are alive to the trade
and will treat you right.
-Read the notice to applicants
for teachers' ccrtificates. The ex
amination will be held on F~riday,
lnbruary 21st 1902. It is especially
desired that all applicants be in
their placos promptly at the open
ing hour; this saves troulo and
helps to prefserve system throughs
out the examination.
-J. W. Grant and Miss Janie
Porter were marriedl, at the resi
dence of the brides father. Mr.
Smith Porter, north of Pickens, on
Sunday Dec, 1901, Rev. Pierce At,.
tawamy officiating ini the presenlce of
a number of relatives and friends.
The attendants were Mr. 0. B.
Grant with Miss Sallio Porter,
John Porter and Misa Stella Grant,
Pierce Hudson and Miss L~izzie
Porter. A sumptuous dinner Was
sorved and on the following day a
1qoeption was ivenl by groim 's
N~dhN n bi J, N , C
On Sunday, January 2th, 1902,
Prof. A. White Singleton was mar. P05i
ried to Miss Lillian Emily Miller, c0om
eldest daughter of Hon. and Mrs. sick
Joel H. Miller' The ceremony was A]
performed by Rev. S. H. MoDan- and
iel at the bride's home near Cedar visil
Rock. Mr. Singleton Is a resident day
of Greenville county but was orig. M
inally Lfrom Oconee county, and fam
is a young man of 'most excellent Caul
charactor. Mrs. Singleton is an last
accomplished young woman with T
many graces of mind and heart. l
The best wishes of a host of visit
friends attend them as they begin v
lifo's journey together. who
Thos. L. Robertson. day
PAs8Es AWAY, dm4
Another good citizen, and most Frid
estimable gentleman has passed Mrs
from earth to the Great Unknown, day
Thomas. L. Robertson died at his .
home near Cateechee on last Sat- ial
urday night, the 1st inst from the phal
effects of a stroke of paralysis sus, able
tained two days before. His suf. Of tl
forig was of short duration, but gins
his fortitude was equal tain]
to the ordeal and, at last, his resig. tion
nation evidenced the true spirit of agei
his conduct through a life full of
active service as a citizen of high W
moral aspirations and personal ex
ertions for the welfare of his poo- w
plo. He was a prince among men alm
loyal to friends and genuinely Rq
charitable to all men. Of him it N. C
may well b said, since he has fal- Ile i
len while yet in the vigor of set- the
tied manhood with such generous M
solicitude for the welfare of all been
niankind: "Taller he seems in Bog(
death.'' Sun(
Only a few days before his death M
the report was current that he had with
suffered a stroke of paralysis, but ing i
his friends continued to hope for at al
his restoration. On Saturday will
night, death brought relief from 11 o
sulfuring, and the announcement grou
was received with surprise and an u
general soirow. sessi
He was 62 years of age, and was!
leaves surviving his widow, one He !
daughter and three sous to whom, to m
with all their connections, the j
sympathies of a host of friends go have
out iii unstinted measure. He was the
a good soldier, a member of Orr's Mile
Regiment, and his comrades will
regret to learn of his sudden taking *elf
His remains were laid to rest the WOn
following londay near his home
at the family burying ground with
Masonlic honors, he having been
for many years a member of that
ordIer. A
C ENT RAL. homn
Miss Sara Alexander, of Seneca, ter.
is the guest of Mrs. R. G. Gaines. your
Miss Julia Boggs. of Newry, is Cl
visiting her aunt Mrs. C. C. Fricks. Vlsit
W. L. Gassaffay, of Greenville, here
spent NThursday night in town, W
with relatives. Thoi
Mr. H. Clay Crawford, opera- thro
tor here has returned from Taccoa, *
D)r. Will Doyle, of Seneca, was urda
in town this wcek, his f<
Mrs. E. T. Worley, of Vignasoon
i: visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. Stev ens. Coo
Mr. Lenard Parker, of Atlanta, to e
spent a few hours in town Friday.
Presiding Elder Wilson visited
the family of R. G. Gaines Sunday.
T1he little son of Mr. and Mrs. Fi
WV. A. Oliver, died at thaeir house pare
near Central Friday evening Jan. cott<
uary 31st, and was buried the fol.- TI
low inmg Sunday at Mount Zion corn- very
teery. conm
Sunshine about one-half hour all but
told last week and rain more or killi
less every 24 hours.M
Th'le roads--don't speak of them. withi
Trhere is mud hole where the roads spee
used to be.
WoT have measles, mumps and this
pnleumonia all, in this neck of the ''a bi
woodls. year
An infant of Mr. and Mrs. Sam W
Gates (lied lat week of mneales Carj
and punoumonia; two more of their man
children are very sich, The
Abner O'Dell does not Improve fled
mu ch. M
Mrs. K. Dunwoody is still very chas
sick. conr
HL. C. Shirley has the grip but is is nc
convalescing mers
Rev. M. P. Matheny, of Char- He i
lotte, N. C., preached a very inter.. ent
estinig sermon at the Baptist zens
church last night to a good con, A1
gregation. shou
'The Rural Free Delivery boys ns
have a rough time now. Notice is yti
posted hero for another R.. F. D. meal
route to load out from Liberty. Joui
Trho pouch of papers for Pick- hav
ens was caught under the train the
here on the 29th and the contents
pullverized and distributed to the SOM
wind~s for ha.lf a mile up the rail. W4
road--we did not see a whole paper. be of
American Agriculturists and At- to tel
lanta papers we among them, rea
T1. N. Hunter has repaired the sider
'phone line to Easley; now one mark
can talk and be hoard again. We da"
now have a travelling libra as ,a~
comipliments of the Southern i 0:s i
WaY. neca
Mrs. M. H. Bloggi has .been with any <
her mother the past few days, prev
Feb. 8i, 1902. 0,. I
-----Born unto Mr'. ##d Uvs Pete 63
so. B. Hamilton, who has a
tion with the Boweii Lumber
pany of Norris, is now at home
with measles.
iss Delia Richoy, f White,
Miss Junia Wyatt, of Burdine,
ed Mrs James Wyatt iat Fri
r. and Mrs. C. L. Cauble and
ly, of Greenville, visited Mrs.
)le's mother, Mrs. L. C. Folgor
B. Higgins, who is with the
.horn Railway at Greenville
ed relatives hero Sunday.
iss Tirzah Hughes, of Pickens
has been the guest ot Mirs
Folger lef t for her homo Mon.
re. J. M. Geer enrertained and
d a few of her lady friends on
ay. Those who wNer guests of
Geer repolt a most dlightful
)v. Mr. Waddell, who is finan.
agent for the IEpworth Or
inge. filled, in a most credit
and satisfactory mannor, all
ie appointments of Rev. Vig,
last Sunday. Mr. Waddell cer
y has a true and right coicep
regarding tho caro and mian.
tent of an orphai's lione.
Prater Prattles.
e are having somto very rough
her. The rain last wook was
)St incessant.
)y. M. P. Matheny of Charlotto,
., was in this section last week.
s travelling in the intorest of
'Ionic Fertilizer Co.
se Lillie Boroughs, who has
visting her sister, Mrs. S. C.
,s, returned home the fourth
r. '. L. Robertson was struck
paraylsis lIst Thursday even.
6nd died Sunday morning at
out one o'clock. Tho body
be buried today .(Monday) at
clock, at tho Clayton burying
id. He was a good citizen,
pright and honest main, )OS,
og a kind, generous heart, and
)eloved by his many friends.
3ave a wife and four children
ourn his loss.
E, Gillespie and J. H. Seaborn
taken the contract of building
Allgood bride across Twelye
H. Boroughs h as treated him
to a new top buggy. We
ler what this means?
no more from
Olga Dots.
delightful sociable, was given
Wednesday evening at the
a of Mr. and Mrs, Rt. M. Fos,.
It was much enjoyed by the
g people of the community.
arance Lathem, of Maynard,
ad his brother V. 0. Lathem
last Wednesday.
. M. Ponder and Rupert
nam of Thomasv'ille passed
agh here last week, enroute to
). on a trading expidition.
ty Foster while chopping Sat
y let the axe glance cuttmng
ot very badly. We hope to
im able to be abcut again
e many friends of C. W.
er of Spartanburg, will regret
arn of his serious illness.
More Anon,
L.ooper Dots,
~rmers are beginning to pre
the land fur another crop of
ie wheat prospect at pre'sent is
gloomy, as but little has
3 up and the imost that is
as been killed.
dll sown oats are looking line,
Lhe cold weather has about
d them out.
rs. Merritt has been very ill
fever. We hope for her
by recovery,
e have had some bad weather
winter, but the old1 saying is,
ard winter for a good crop
e have a flourishing school at
enters Creek under the eflicient
agement of Prof. J. A. Jones,
patrons are very much grati,.
wvith his wvork.
r. S. F. Robinson has p~ur
ad a saw mill and placed it in
ection with his ginnory. He
w prepared to serve his custo..
in the best possible manner.
u an energetic and amibitious
eman and one of our best citi
this is campaign year we all
Id plant lelnty of watermel
You can always tell a man
e hand shake whether he
is to put his name in the
nal or not. We want a corn
ioner from this side that will
the roads worked, as they are
v'orst in years. 01(1 Bones.
Sknow of no way in wvhick we cani
more service to our readaders than
I them of something that will he of
rood to them, for this reason we
to acquiaint them withI what we con
one of the very beat remdien on the
et for coughs, colds, and that alar m.
oomplaint, oroup. We refer to
iberlain's Remedy. We have used
h such good results in our family
ag that is has become a household
ait. By it. prompt use we haven't
loubt but that it has time and again
mted Oroup. The tetimony is
upon our owa experience, adwo
et that our readers especially those
have small children, always keep it
eir homesp as a safeguard against
m.adn(. 0,) Muanp, om.
Winthrop Winnowings,
The Winthrop Board of Trust(
has recently decided to shorten t
session by one week; hence eve
Winthrop girl is looking foward
June the nineteenth with the mo
delightful anticipations.
The two Literary Sooieties,Cur;
and Winthrop, have joined forc
for the purpose of issuing a mon
ly magazine, It has been christene
"The Winthrop College Journal
'The ist issue will appear ne;
On the evening of the fourteent
instant the William Worth Raile
Company gav& a concert which wi
the finest of this season. The vi<
lin playing of the blind violini
Mr. Bally, was all that a critici
listener could desire, while ti
piano playing of Mr. Shonert an
the soprano of the prima doni
Miss Northrop, fully met the ex
poctations of the audience.
John J. McMahan, Superinter
of Education, reently made a ri
port to the Peabody EducationE
Association to the effect that the
part of the Peabody Fund give
each year to Winthrop College wa
not being used for the purpose fo
which the Association appropric
ted, that Winthrop was more of
literary college than an industrit
institution. The Peabody Associs
tion ot once made an investigatio:
and found, happily for Winthrop
futuro welfare, that the work her
is being carried on as much alon
industrial lines as could be expec
ted, taking into account the short
noss of time the college has beei
Miss Edr.a Earle Hope, a specia
stenography student, has accepto
a position in the University c
Tonnessoo, as the private secretar
of the president, Mr. Dabney.
Miss Mae O'Bryan, until recent
ly a special vocal student, has bee
reqluestod to sing in the concei
to be given in Charleston in hone
of President Roosevelt during hi
visit to that city'
Mr. Warren D. Hendricks, Sr
is having a nice dwelling erected o
his farm on the Cmsar's Head road
M. Hendricks & Son have contra(
to build it. When completed i
will be one of the finest residene4
in this section.
The people in this part woul
be very glad to have some of ti
convict labor put on the roa
across the Oolenoy bottoms be
tween Pumpkintown and Oolenc
church. The constant travel ov<
this road makes it almost impai
sible in wet weather.
Miss Lenora Hendricks has nea
one hundred pupils enrolled i
Oolenoy Academy. Miss Lul
Anderson is assisting her.
Miss Mary Chastain has oharg
of Bethlehem school and Miss Id
Hendricks is teaching at Rool
Both schools are well attended.
Two shingle mills are runaning
a few miles above Pumpkintow.
now. Mr. George Williams is saw
mng up some of the fine timber flea
Table IRock hotel and Mr. Larkia
Hendricks is On the Caesar's Hea<
i'oad. They are turning Out a lo
f fino shingles.
Mr. J. Martin Jones has jus
completed some nice pieces c
furniture in the way of wardrobei
book cases etc. He does excellet
work and his furniture will on
last any that is factory made.
Mr. Wade H. Chastain has ri
ceived his commission as magil
trate of Pumpkintown townshi
He will serve in place of Mr. D.]
Sutherland who resigned sometin~
Mr'. Ebb Jones and brother d
a good business at their ginnery
Pumipk intown ids 8e0u. *.
"I have used Chamberlain's Cous
Remedy for' a number of years and ha
no hesitancy in saying that it is the be
remedy for coughs, colds and croup
have ever' used in my familyr. I ha,
not wor'ds to expos. my confidence:
this' Remedy .--Mrs. J, A. Moore, Nori
Star', Mich. For sale by G. W. Ear'
Vineland Notes.
All cases of sickness in this con
munity are improving with the e;
ception of the pneumonia cases.
Martin Jones and family visite
the home of P. P. Barton Saturda
and Sunday.
MissesCarrie and Mattie Robinso
accompanied by their brothe
James visited the family of E. Wi]
liams near Brigge, this week.
Quite a number of us were dii
ap~poinited Sunday through the at
sence of Rev. W. E. Wiggins froi
his pulpit at Antioch, lie bein
called away to preach a funeral.
Mr. Lawrence Pace and hi
young bride are at home to friend
at Farrs, S. 0.
Rov. D. W. Hiott has been calle
to preach at George's Creek fc
the ensuing year. Mr. Hiotti
an able minister of the gospel an
much good will be done under h
A good many of our young pe
plo as well as old intend goingi
the exposition at Oharleston
soon as it has fully opened.
"During the winter of 1898 I was
lame in my joints, in fact all ever n
body, that I could~ hardly hobble aroun
when I bougt a bottle of Camberlair2
Pain Balm. From the first appliosti
I began to get well, and was oured ai
havedl steadly gained allth. yesa#.,
Wheeler North~wood, y, y gQ
by0.W EuoDusa
es The good newspapeS has circula,'
1e tion; tle good preachor has crow
ry ded congregations; the good doc
to tors has many patients; the good
at worker has good wages; and the
Complaints about the lack of suc
ry cess are almost always due to the
lack of some necessary quality, to
,h some fatal inclination, or to down
id right laziness.-Saturday E veni ing
. Post.
it 'I'ho preventioui of cottnsmution is en
tiroly a question comincl ig (14the proiper
h treatment in tine. Notilin t' is ;o well
adnptod to ward off fatal lnitig it obtil lsti
Foley's Ionoy and Tar.- (.u
Ll The undersigaed wil I give t B ,
ple of Chamberlain's Stomcit haeln itivor.
d Tablets to any ono wanting a rIlable
d remedy for disorders of the stoiitell,
to biliousness or constipation. 'Iis a itnew
- remedy and a good one. G. W. L.i.rle
it Cut this out and tako it to ~ ;. \.
Earle drug store and get a frco sample
l of Chamberlain's Stomach and 1 ivr
tTablets, the best phiie. They o~n
and invigorate th onneb, ,improve 1:;
appetite and regulato the bowe,I in
* ular size, 25o. per box.
r --- .0. 1
a The O'Le of the County Snniniittei
dent. of Education will lie opet Ott *- dr
and Satrlday of etel \vvek, Ilso, on lir -t
first Monday and 'Tiexidy itn eh miItt., 1h
L for the sale of selool htks id other
a business ConUected wiih the t1e..
eW . W1. F. 11,1ltillT1.I
3 Co, 'npi, .d.
I will apply to J. It, Newbery Pro
bate Judge for Pickeus County on Sat
urday the 1st day :of March 1Pll02. For
a final settlement of the estato of (1. W.
Banks deceased, and isk to ho disiised
as executrix Jon 30 1902.
W4 Executrix.
,t We have recieved the following letter
r from Mr. Rey Komp, of Angolt, Iin d.
"I was in bed four weeks with ht grilpp
and I tried miany remedies and spent
considerable for treatien1t wilt physi
clans, but I received no relief itil I
tried Foloy's lonoy nl 'tr. ITwo siall
bottles of this midicitno ettnred ntw and I
now uso it exclusively in nyt Itotiv.'
Take no eubstitutes.-. lOLTV.: 'v I T UlN -
- LEY.
t Fatal kidney and hlad.r troti des ean
e always be prevoted by the ls of Folev's
Kidney Cure.-BOLT & TILtOiN1Al.t
e I have for sale somo good young
d milk cows with young calf. Teris
cash or one half cash, whon bal- I
y ance is made satisfactorily securo. v
I. --O -
If you but knew the spletndid mneit of
'Foley's Honey and Tar you would be
0 without it. A dose or two will p~reveni
a an attack of pneumonia or la grippo '
It may save your life.--BOLT & THIOlR
e -
a The many friends of 0. .H. H~itaus,,
,Engineer, . E. & W. R. R., at present
living ini Lima, 0. will be Itloisal to
know of his recovery from thtratenedl
i kidney diseaiso. Hoe writes. ".J was,
2 cured by using Foley's Kidney Curie.,
.which I recommend ton tall, esp.'ially
r trainmen who are usuitllysiiaha
Many children are poisonedt antd made(T
nervous and week, if not killed oultrighlt,
Sby mothers giving thomn congh syrupn
containing opiates. Foley's Honey tand
Tar is a safe and certain remedy for
lcought, croup and lung trouble, and is
1t the only prominent cough mecd'eine Ihat
t. contains no opiates or other poisons.
a- A neglected cough or cold may lead
p. to serious bronchial or lung t roibles.
'Don't take chances whoin Folov's lI[otey
ie and Tar affords perfect seotirly front
serious affects of a cold.-HOLTI'
e would be a good time to buy some
Heavy Winter Shoes,
La A lot of Childrons' Union Suits,
the 25c kind, only 15c.
Lot of Misses Ujniot, Suits, worth
- 35c to closs the lot a 20c.
-. A lot of Ladies Union Suits eais
ily worth 50c to close at 38c.
d Men's Heavy Fleeco Linted Unm
yderwear. Heavy work shirts to
keep the cold out.
r Lots of Loaded Shells, Shot,
rPowder, &c., for the Bird lIeunte'rs.
Lots of good things to eat. Full
line of groceries at all timos.
Call to see thr eary and of ci,
Pickensi, S.
gWHomio 'Phone Ne. M4.
de22~ NOTICE.
dr You hayo from Jan. 0th 101)2 to Feb,
r20th 1902 in which to tmake your Ro
8 turns Please look after this tfmtter tas the
d penalty will be added after the '20th of
SThe regular examination of aip
pllcants for Teachers's Certificates
will be held on Friday Feburuary,
812, 1902.
The examination will Coimm ncie
co at 9a.nm, and closecat p . mi. Ap
plicants are requlestetl toi beI
,hand at the boginmig.
su Landon's T'eaching wi' Cl:-'j
m nanagementL will be un 1 u aba~
is of pedagragical e)xaminti!ttni o0
Now is ti
W ar) woll sup pliod with thos
Ve ha:1ve rev -ivod ano1-thler big si
Its a cauti the way those sh:
howover, a, !iy Itre kIowI to b
lii 114v.
We iave a few overconts left I
of I I a rne ss, I idl 1.-, Sohl(h1, Bug
liardware of evIry doseription,
SIhinigle M illsi, Shintglo M11Is supij:
Se u11 o hbuying'' your G
nothi bli t. th Iast. Our mlott
Ias IeI in ithe past, ''HEST G
PNIlEGS." Your patroulago real]
lig Shyionent f JTunks ju4 receiv(
~VF10 ' F A I
W IN1klT ER 4
Extraordiutry values in all
E xI CA I racrd iar v vai i
i JiA N
ih n xi l. xtI -.1inaly vauiul ill
ieavy Shoes. 'his is the place
Th aeof Whit. I Goetts. Lawns
'hese gt)odIs will Iw klpt. in :ll the n
'lere can you buy botter Gvoods for
AI K.!
Pre(.ser ptionsl) fi l promtly
~r~tics in the~ city.
re the most fatal of all dis
F l"V5 0 KiDNEY CURE Ia a
ULJ Guarantood Romsdj
r money refunded. Contains
emedies recognized by emi-.
ient physicians~ as the best for
C~dney and Bladdek~r troubles.
PIUCli 50s, aad $S.O
tha mQst hatnn soIvo in tha wortid
goods and the prices are rIgbb,
ipment of
OR soll, it is easily understood
3 the best shoes made for thb
o go for a song. Big stook
gios and Wagons to go cheap.
Bolting, Emory whee,
uana and Acid-we handle
) is to be in the future as it
>etfully solicited.
d, all sizos. Prices 50c to $7.00.
11 be sold for b ss than cost.
Non's, Womien's and Children's
to buy good shoes for little mon
and Embroideries is now on.
L-w things of tll( season, and nd6
the samo money.
WVhen y'ou make presents,
~ive tasty oneOs, purchasers
Iuy goodl articles.
Pickens keeps silver goods
nd jewelry; your presents
nd p)urchases await your se
iceliy Roiled Plate Lace Pins, Color.
ed1 SettIngs' .03
ohid Gold Biroochies, Beautiful Pat.
torns, 22
olled Plate Neck Chains, With Set..
ecst Gold.Fijlledi Lorgnette Chains, 2.50
lack Slk Fohs, GJoi-Piated Slidos, .1
old-Filled Watch Chaius, Plain anid
I atternbed'l,
oliar Blutton s, separable toPs, .08
ollar Buttons, 1-10 gold, '25
unff Buttons, colored1 settings. pair .05
uf Buttons, GJold-Fied, pair $5
4 kr old Suhl tngs, acts and pat
Veliworth, Bracelet, 8 heart silver fin.
Nellworthi Bracelet, 8 heart gold fin.
Sterling Sliver Bracelet, Chain and
Nethersolc, 1.50
Any article in Jewelry pro
cured on short notice.
Rogers 1847 silver goods:
Patterns, Vesta, Columbia,
Berkshire and Shell Satin.
Forbes Silver Co's., Quadru.
pie Plate Tableware,
Yours for trade,

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