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Sprin-.^ and Summer 


:Nro. 13.1 

1875. i 


246, 248, 250. 252 & 254 Kinzie t. 

LNfa'S.u'eSf 1 CHICAGO, ILL. >' 

P. Of H Jamifirs, im. 

fjKY aOOT*S. CT^OTHINO, II. IT!*. ^ .. . 




1'here has hocn t-oiix- nii-under^tiindins about shipment 
Dv P'rciiihr \vIh!7! th * (Jr!;i!;;o Seal is affixed to the order. 
We only Fhiji \)y FreiLjiit ivhcn requented, {^^cc page. two). 

ir HMr!]il<' h -'i.-Hn-j- for your order is followed (see page 

fuu;., Ih 
The 11 

! auv inu>i:ike8 of this nature. 
illovvs izoods sent by Mail to th 

pouj d.^, at one cent for every ounce. 
nlelUl^ of hhippinj? lij^lit goods, T)ut not 

extent of fuur 
'I'hir- is a Q'.iici 

alUM ;, ;■ " • ^ !. 

Ill : ALiil, wf require money in ad 

Viin;,i; hiuk:.ijiii i<> j):iy lor >r(>od!< uv.d the postage on the 
same. As we can ^et no receipt from the Pof^t Office Do- 
pan iiunil. we win not b^ responsible for jiny lose from 
niiK<-Hrriii^.e. If yon solid too much money we will return 
the c'isanjre.. 

All orders received after this date, taken from Catalogu> - 
11 or Irt, will he tilled from Catalouue No. 13. the advantaj;' 
in i)rice beiii'j; hirj^ely in favor of the i)urcliat>er. 

Onr intention i-* to yet out new Catalogues from three U> 
four t:mf!.s a year, according to the .state of the market 

It is bent to maku )our ordcrb exceed five dollars, unless 
r order ia ft»r a class of goods that will ailord you n 
u aficr addlDR charijee. , 

We are the only sTrictly wholeeiilc house devoted to sup 
plying consumers direct. We have no city retail trade. 

[!;^r We (iimruutfii' All of Our Goods. ..^ 

ofyhem are not saiisfactory afrer due inspection 
t<ike th-jin back, pay all expcnssos. and refund th, 

money paid for thoiii, Whon m the city {)lease call and 

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Spring and Summer, 1875. 


MoDipiery ffaril & Co., 

IThe Original Grange Supply Houae.] 

246, 248, 250 252 & 254 KIMZIE ST, 

0:BCX0.A.0rOy TTiTi, 

Please Read This Article Before Ordering. 


In offering you this (our 13th) Catalogue, we feel 
called upon to thank our friends for their kind support. 

We have now, in consequence of liberal patronage, 
reduced our prices on every article where tlu»e was 
any chance to do so (as you will 6nd by co«K{>*nBe), 
and have added largely to our list. ' 

You will find full instructions regarding the mani. . 
of making out your orders, etc., on the succeeding 
pages, which we desire you vnU folioto, and thus avoid, 
as qearly as ] <jssible, all delays, -errors and misunder- 


The original plan of conducting our business, sug- 
gested by the growing combination of farmers to deal 
directly with a house near the base of supplies, was to 
ship goods by Express, collect on delivery (t. e. C. O. D.) 
only ; but as time passed and strangers became friends, 
the necessity of reducing the expenses of transporta- 
tion became apparent, and we allowed goods to go by 
Freight to Grangete, when the Grange seal was affixed 
to the order. We now announce 



We lumish Catalogues to any one upon application. The Sec- 
retary of a Grange can order enough for the whole Grange. Say 
how many you want. 

We furnish samples of all piece goods upon application, but re- 
quire you to enclose ten cents to assist in defraying the expenses 
of this department, and as an earnest that you are desirous of 
trading with us if we can offer sufficient inducements. When 
samples of other goods are sent for with orders, you need not en- 
close the ten cents. 

All samples have numbers attacbed to cor- 
respond with unmbers on Catalogue. 

Our regular way is to ship C. O. D. by Express, subject to ex- 
amination before any money is paid out. If the goods are right, 
you pay all charges and the amount of the bill to the Express 
Agent, who is responsible to us for the goods or the money, 
ly reguestedy we will ship by Freight when the Grange seal 
is affixed to the order and signed by the Master or Secretary of 
the Grange. Any one unable to procure the Grange Seal and de- 
siring goods shipped by Freight, can send money with the order 
sufflcieot to meet all the cost of goods and expenses of case and 
cartage, ^he two last items amount to from 25 cents to $1.50, 
ac%rdinclo size- of package and distance to haul. If you send 
too much, we will return the change ; if not enough, we shall 
leave out some article. In all other cases, the goods go C. O. D. by 
Express (we cannot ship C. O. D. by Freight). As we ship by 
Freight to make the expense of transporUtion come less to the 
consignee, we make it a part of the contract that payment shall 
b« made to us just a* soon as the goods are at hand and examined. 


This being an affair of honor, and a place wherein we put our 
trust in the honesty of the Patron, we hope we shall never be 
called upon to refuse Shipment in this way because of the risk of 
non-payment. We take pleasure in saying here that all payments 
o goods have been made up to this date, although we regret 
that our friends are sometimes a little slow about it. Wc here 
notify all Granges with whom we have dealings that we keep a 
black li»t, and unless remittances are made without unneces- 
sary delay, we shall be obliged to place them on this list as being 
too slow, and refuse to ship them goods. 

The following Advice to Express Agents 
Is sent with each Collection. 

You are hereby requested to allow the Consignee or Agent to 
examine — if they so desire — all packages sent by our House for 
Delivery and Collection at your station. If they refuse to take 
the goods, immediately notify ut, and we will order the 
disposal of them. 



By order of the Express Companies, we can allow only the indi- 
vidual to whom the goods are shipped to examine the goods at the 
Express Office. This is a privilege that should not be abused. 
Consider that the Agent has no interest in the matter, and is 
responsible to us for the goods or the money. Do not detain him' 
too long nor scatter the goods. 

We are continually receiving orders and letters with some im- 
portant item of the address left off. Sometimes no name is 
signed ; again, the post-office address is left out, or the State is 
not mentioned. To avoid all such errors, we ask you^to com- 
mence your letters as per sample given on page 4, substituting your 
own name, address, and how to be shipped— by Frei^t or Ex-.- 
press— always remembering, we do not ship by Freight unjess OiV 
order is signed by the Master or Secretary, and has the Grange 
seal affixed. If you have no »eal, order one of S. D. Childs, Jr., 
& Co. (See their advertisement on page 69 of this book). If your 
orders have not the Grange seal affixed, we w^^l pocitivdy ship 
C O. D. by Express. 




•46 to 254 Kinzit St., Chicago. 

PUate send to 
(First J Yourname. (Write it plain.) 
(Second J Town, County and State to which we are to ship 

your goods. 
( Third,) Your Post Office address ; (/" same as Railroad or 

Excess office address, say so. 
(Fourth,) How to be shij>ped—by Express or Freight. (See 

condition of freight shipments.) 
(Fifth,) If by Freight, say what Railroad the Town is on. 
The following Goods as per Catalogue No. 13: 

'*i^*Catak«ue" Quality »«<» Kind of Goods Wanted. 

Order as much of anything as you wish, and you will be charged 
only in proportion to our quotations. We will furnish blank or- 
ders with printed instructions, etc., free of charge, upon appli- 

In writing your name and address, do not endeavor to show us 
a sample of spread-eagle, but rather affect the simple, plain and 
perfectly legible signature of J^ohn Hancock. After givjng 
us your order, if you have smything to say that will require an 
answer, write it on a separate sheet of paper with Post Office ad- 
dress, etc. Your order will go to the Order Desk and your 
etter to the Correspondence Desk, and both receive attention. 
In referring to any previous trtmsaction, give dates of letters and 
number of invoice. 

We cheerfully answer all inquiries relating to any class of mer- 
chandise, but before you ask, see that your questions are not 
answered in this Catalogue. 

We make the usual jobbers' charges for cases and cartage where 
goods are shipped by Freight, and for cases only when shipped 
by Express. All goods by Freight must be packed in cases or 
trunks ; goods by Express we use no cases unless we are so obliged 
to insure the safety of contenU. 


Wc give quotations or goods in our House ; hence all expenses 
of transportation and remittance must be paid by the purchaser. 
No Draft or Check on a Country Bank is par here. On Freight 
bills remit in Currency by Express — charges prepaid. By PosC 
Office Order, or buy a Draft of your banker on either'Chicago, 
New York, or Boston, and send us by mail. 

No AyentB Wanted! Ho Cotnmiasione Paid II We 
are continually besieged by our friends who get up clubs for us, 
for presents. This is wrongs. Wc sell our goods at the lowest 
possible percent.Tge, and if we pay commissions, we must add it 
to the prices of the goods. We take it that clubs are gotten up 
for your own mutual benefit, to leduce expense of transportation. 
We had as soon ship to separate individuals. We therefore decline 
to pay commissions or employ agents — on the Grand Grange prin-» 
ciple, "Do away with the middlemen as for as possible." 

Our old friends will not ask for testimonials, but for those to 
whom we are strangers, we beg to call attention to a limited num- 
ber, to be found in the back of this catalogue. As you will notice, 
none of the original letters of commendation were solicited ; all 
were voluntary; and, as we were in honor bound not to publish 
them without permission of the writer, we wrote for them and 
publish both the original and their letters of permission. 

In consequence of recent failures we hereby no- 
tify our trade we endorse no one "but Montgomery 
Ward & Co. We continue a few cards in our Cata- 
logue of houses for whom we handle goods. We 
here invite your attention to 


Sole Agent for " O. N. T." Thread Jn the United State*. There 
In none better made. We quote It in this Catalogue, (»ee page 
29, No. 1002). He is also Agent for the sale of Milwird'8 Helix^ 
Needles. We sell them, (i^ee No. 1003). They^are the jjest madejv^ 
Mr. Clark sells only to the wholesale trade. Do not f6rget tfl^ 
ask for Clark's '' O. N. T." Thread, and Mllward'B Helix Need- 
les; take no other kind; every merchant keeps them, or should 

do HO. 

S. D. CIIILDS, Jr.« & CO., 

manufacturers of Grange Seals, Ac. They <lo everything in 


the Engraving line, at the very lowest price for the best work 
We pronounce their Seals superior in workmanship and desipfn 
to any that have come under our notice. See their card (page 
69) in thi« Catalogue. 


manufacturers of the Pullman Palace Car Perfumery. We 
have it in stock. See card on page 68 of this Catalogue. 
Perfumery helps to make home attractive, gives a finish to ihe 
toilet, and brings contentment to our lives. 

We do not send Price Lists of Groceries or keep a large 
stock on hand. We did intend to add a full line of this class 
of merchandise to our stock, but for reasons partly explained 
herein we have concluded not to engage in the Grocery trade. 
With the view of going into the trade, we perfected our 
arrangements for the purchase of Groceries and kindred goods 
on exceedingly favorable terms, and will, for the accommoda- 
tion of our customers, fill all orders sent us, at prices only 
Bufi&cient to remunerate us for the expense in handling, sub- 
ject to the following conditions : 

We do not think it advisable to ship heavy groceries by ex- 
press, such as Sugar, Rice, Green Coffee, Soap, etc. ; they are 
staple articles, sold by all dealers, for a mere nominal profit, 
and they add to the cost of transportation to an alarming de- 
gree. To illustrate : suppose you order dry goods, etc., to the 
value of $20, approximate weight fifteen pounds ; you then 
order fifteen pounds soap, sent with the dry goods, value $1.25, 
the cost of transportation will be almost as much on $1.36 
worth of soap as on $20 worth of dry goods. Hence you will 
see that our legitimate business is damaged, as you will natu- 
rally average the cost on the total amount of the bill. 

When the requirements for shipment by freight are com- 
plied with, and goods are ordered shipped in that way, we 
have no fuJ-ther objections to offer, but will ship groceries 
heavy as lead if requested. 

Teaa and Spice* can be sent by Sxprest, with perfect 
satisfaction to all concerned, as with our system of prices you 
will be able to make a large saving on this class of goods. 

We will purchase all kiiids of merchandise not quoted by at 
«t a commission of 6 per cent, above cost. 

CATAl-OaUS 2Jo. 13 
Spring and Summer, 1875. 


Montiomery ffari & Co., 

[The Original Grange Supply House.] 

246, 248, 250, 252 & 254 KINZIE ST., 


Pinnae commence your order like the Sftmple Heading (wee 
page 4;, and be sure to read every word of our circular caro- 
rally, and thus avoid all errors and misunderetandiugs. 

Numbers. COTTON GOODS. Price per yard. 

I.. Standard Prints, good style 1% 

2--Best Prints, new work. 8j4 

3.. Best Prints, in Pink, Purple, Blue and Green 

figures K^^ 9K 

4 - -Ginghams r. ..^. 'J.: 

5 . .Ginghams, best -lit U ^-* 

6..Chambrays in all colors, (give color) ._ 25 

7. .Fine Brown Sheeting 8 

8. .Fine Brown Sheeting 10 

9.. Fine Brown Sheeting, i yard wide, extra — I2 
10.. Fine Brown Sheeting. 40 inches wide I3 


Numbers. Cotton Goods continued. Price per j^ard. 

1 1 ..' Granger " Brown Sheeting, i yard wide, 

standard lO 

12. .Brown Sheeting, I yard wide 9 

13.. Best Brown Sheeting, extra fine and heavy, 

I yard wide ii^ 

14. -Bleached Cotton, I yard wide 10 

1 5.. Bleached Cotton, I yard wide 12 

16-. Bleached Cotton, i yard wide, long staple, 

and soft finish for the needle 12^^ 

17. -Fruit of the Loom Bleached Cotton, i yard 13 

17^. -Gem of the Spindle, i yard wide 13 

i8--Wamsutta Bleached Cotton, i yard wide 17 

19.. New York Mills Bleached Cotton, i yd. wide 17 
20.. Pillow Case Cotton, bleached, 45 to 54 in. 

wide 15 to 20 

21 --Sheetings, brown and bleached, 8-4, 9-4 and 

1 0-4 wide -- 

"Nnmbere from ] to 21 are subject to the fluctuations of the 
market. Tliey will be filled at manufacturers' prices the day 
your order Ih received, but never higher than our quotations. 
We quote no Domestics but what are e;ood; if you desire any- 
thing cheaper, order, and will fill at the lowest market quota- 

2 2 -.Blue and Brown Denims 10^ 

23. -Blue and Brown Denims, good quality I2l^ 

23^ -.Blue and Brown Denims, better quality 16 
24-. Blue and Brown Denims, tine and heavy — 18 

25--Blue and Brown Denims, best 23 

26-. Cheviot Stripe Shirting, per yard I2j^ 

27. -Check Shirting, brown and white, blue and' 

white 14 

28-. Check Shirting, brown and white, blue and 

white, good and strong 18 

2g. -Large Plaid Shirting, superior goods 18 

30-. Hickory Stripe Shirting 12 

3 1.. Hickory Stripe Shirting, best 17 

f 32--Cheviot Stripe Shirting 15 

-- 33.. Cheviot Stripe Shirting, good article 17 

34 .Brown Duck, colored 14 


Numbers. Cotlon Goods continued. Price per yard. 

35. .Brown Duck, colored, best 18 

36. .White Duck, 29 inches wide 17)^ 

37. .White Duck, 40 inches wide 29 

38.. Corset Jeans, brown and slate ii 

39. -Corset Jeans, white, brown and slate 13 

40. . P'lat Cambric, (give color) 71^ 

4 1.. Paper Cambric, (give color) ,.. S}4 

42..Wigans, best, black and slate color 12 

43. -Good quality straw Bed Ticking I0>^ 

44. .Extra quality Straw Ticking 15 

45 . - Feather Bed Ticking, Amoskeag 22 

46-. Feather Bed Ticking, best Amoskeag, ACA 25 

47.. Unbleached Drilling Ii 

48. -Percales, figured and striped 16 

49. -Plain Percales 20 

50. .English Percales, plain, figured and striped 22 

5 1.. Pacific Lawns 151Z 

52.. Window Curtain Holland, i yard wide, green, 

buff or blue ' j^t^ 

53- -Mosquito Netting, white, per piece of alsout 

8 yards 1 cc 

54-. Mosquito Netting, blue or green, per piece 

of about 8 yards 65 

5t;--Mosnuito Netting, pink, per piece of about 

yards.., ^c 


80. .Red Twilled Flannel 27^ 

8 1.. Red Twilled Flannel, good quality .*.. 35 

82. -Red Twilled Flannel, extra quality '.. 45 

83. -Plain Red Flannel 27^ 

84. -Plain Red Flannel, medium 30 

85. .Plain Red Flannel, fine 35 

86-. Plain Red Flannel, extra 45 

87. -Plain White Flannel '.'..." 25 

88. -Plain White Flannel, good 30 


Numbers. Wool Flannels continued. Per yard. 

89. .Plain White Flannel, medium 35 

90.. Plain White Flannel, extra 40 

9I-. Mixed Shaker Flannel 25 

92. .All Wool Shaker Flannel 50 

93.. Black and White Plaid Flannel, for shirting 40 

94.. Wilson's Fancy Plaid Flannel 37^ 

95. -Black and Red Plaid Flannel, manufactured 

by the Xenia, Clay Co. , 111., Woolen Mills 37>^ 

96.. Red and Black Plaid Flannel, i yard wide 33 

97_. Extra Heavy Plaid Flannel, Western made. 40 

98. .Gray Twilled Flannel 27 

99. -Gray Twilled Flannel, medium quality 32^ 

100.. Gray Twilled Flannel, extra quality 40 

I0i_-Blue Twilled Flannel, medium quality 40 

102. -Blue Twilled Flannel, extra quality 1 47^ 

I03--Printed Opera Flannel 32>^ 

104.. Plain Opera Flannel, red, blue or buff 45 

105. -Plain Yellow Flannel _-. 25 

106- . Plain Yellow Flannel, good 30 

I07-. Plain Yellow Flannel, medium 35 

108- -Plain Yellow Flannel, extra 40 

109.. Assabet French Plaid Flannel, for children's 

wear, in blue, pink and scarlet plaids.- 55 

I lO- - Plaid Linsey, medium quality 15 

I II-. Plaid Linsey, good quality, new design 18 

II2- -Plain and Plaid Linsey, in green and crim- 
son colors 20 


1 50.. Unbleached Cotton Flannel I2>^ 

1 5 1.. Unbleached Cotton Flannel, good article- 16, 

152-. Unbleached Cotton Flannel, extra quality 20 

153.. Bleached Cotton Flannel 14!,^ 

154. .Bleached Cotton Flannel, heavy twilled.. 18 

155. .Bleached Cotton Flannel, double weight.. 22^)^ 

156-. Slate Colored Cotton Flannel, full value.. 15 
157.. Brown Colored Cotton Flannel, full value 15 

1 58 --Plaid Cotton Flannel.. 15 



W« dealre to call the attention of the public w) our 

belieTlng them to be iupeiior In fabric, luster and shade to 
any heretofore offered In this market. We are the sole ira- 
ponerg of the above named brand 



Nnmber« Price per yard. 

168- -Black Alpaca, Black Diamond Brand, Xo, 25 

i69--Black Alpaca, Black Diamond Brand. Xi, 28 

170. -Black Alpaca, Black Diamond Brand, Xa, 32 J^ 

171 --Black Alpaca, Black Diamond Brand, X4, 40 

1 72 --Black Alpaca, Black Diamond Brand, X6, 50 
1 73.. Black Alpaca, Black Diamond Brand, X8, 55 

174-. Black Alpaca, Black Diamond Brand, Xir, 60 
180- -Colored Alpaca, double-fold, in garnet, 

slate, green and brown 3^}4 

181 -.Japanese Striped Poplins, good style 17^ 

182 --Fancy Poplin Dress Goods, bargains 15 

i83--Plaid Dress Goods, neat thing ,,,.-. 30 


Numbers. Dress Goods continued. Pnce per yard. 

184. .Fancy Plaid Dress Goods, stylish 27^ 

1 85.. Striped Poplins, desirable shades 21^^ 

i86-_Gray Dress Goods, plain & striped, desiiable 20 

i87--Mohair Dress Goods, plain colors 37K 

1 88 __ Double-fold Poplins, Spring shades, rich and 

desirable 37 

189. .Empress Cloth, in all shades, suitable for 

old and young, very cheap at 42% 

190.. All Wool Double-fold -Plaid Dress Goods. 

good styles 45 

I Ql . . Colored Alpacas, all shades, single-fold 2 1 >^ 

192, .Persian Cord Alpacas, all shades, single fold 25 

193-. Japanese Silk Stripes, good goods 33 

194. .Japanese Silk Patterns, plain colors, 6 yards 

long and i}^ wide Imported only in 

the abore named lengths, per pattern. _ 6 00 

195. .Tycoon ReiJS,lor wrappers and dres'g gowns 

from 20 to 25 cts., acccording to quality 

196. .Pacific Merinos, brown, bl'k. green and slate 46 

1 9 7.. Cash meres, new and desirable shades 42 ^-i 

195.. French Merinos, all wool, heavy and fine.. 70 

199.. Extra Fine French Merinos. 90 

200.. Wool De Laines, in all shades 40 

201.. Plain Black Silks from 85 to i 00 

202.. Plain Black Gros Grain Silk, from I 50 to 2 25 

203.. Dress Linen, good anicle 30 

204. -Grass Cloth, different shades 18 

205.. Grass Cloth, different shades 15 

:o6. -Black Cashmere. 65 

207..Bbck Cashmere 75 

20S-. Black Cashmere, double-fold i 00 

209--Black Cashmere, double-fold 1 25 

2io..Drap d'Ete, suitable for Sacquesand Polon- 
aise I 50 

2 II. -Grenadine, plain black 40 

2X2. -Grenadine, stripes ao 

; 13. -Grenadine, plain black, iron frame, double 

width ,.1 50 to 3 CQ 



Numberf. Perymrd. 

350.. Victoria Lawn, good «> 

251. .Victoria Lawn, medinm aS 

2^a. .Victoria Lawn, fine 30 

253.. Plain Jaconct,good 15 

3 54.. Plain Jaconet, medium. _ _ 32^ 

25 5 -.Plain Jaconet, fine 2y% 

256. .Striped Jaconet, good ao 

257. .Striped Jaconet, mediom 25 

258. .Striped Jaconet, fine JO 

259. .Check Jaconet, good 30 

260.. Check Jaconet, medium 25 

261. .Check Jaconet, fine > yo 

262. .Bishop Lawn, plain, good .- 20 

263.. Bishop Lawn, plain, medium .... ..25 

264 -. Bishop Lawn, plain, fine 30 

265.. Swiss Mull, plain, good 18 

266.. Swiss Mull, plain, medium 3^^ 

267. -Swiss Mull, plain, fine *7j$ 

268.. Nainsook, striped, good 35 

269.. Nainsook, striped, medium 35 

27O-. Nainsook striped, fine 40 

All th« above );oodB come in 10 Turdpleoea. Order M much 
ae joa desire. 

2'7i.-NMii'ie Marseilles or Piques, good article 20 

372-.^^'hite Marseilles or Piques, fine article 35 

273.. White Marseilles or Piques, choice article.. 35 

274-. Honey Comb Quilts, Star brand i 00 

27S- -Honey Comb Quilts, good size i 10 

276.. Bates' Crochet Quilts, 11-4 I 35 

277-. Colored Marseilles Quilts, good sire i 50 

278.. Colored Marseilles Quilts, large and heavy 3 00 
279- -Colored Marseilles Quilts, red and blue 

border, imported 3 00 

2So..^^^lite Marseilles Quilts, good and sizeable i 50 
28i..'VN'hitc Marseilles Quilts. large and heary.. 3 00 
2S2.-NN'hite Marseilles Quilts, fine, large & hetry 

imported ,, 2 50 



3ig..i2 Bleached Napkins 85 

320.. 1 2 Bleached Linen Napkins, good. i 00 

321.. 12 Bleached Linen Napkins, neat 1 50 

322.. 12 Bleached Linen Napkins, choice 2 00 

323., 12 Bleached Linen Napkins, elegant pat'rns 2 75 

324.. 12 Turkey Red Napkins, neat patterns 925^ 

325. .12 Linen Doyles 60 

326. -12 Linen Dovles - 75 

Wc do nut Bcll less than one dozen napkins. 


Per yard. 

335 --All Linen Brown Crash, for towels 9 

336. .All Linen Brown Crash, for towels I2i^ 

337. -AH Linen Brown Crash, for towels, twilled 

heavy and wide 16 

338.. All Linen Bleached Crash, for towels i2j^ 

339 -.AH Linen Bleached Crash, for towels 17 

340. .All Linen Dice Toweling > I53>^ 

Per doz. 
34 1.. Towels, colored border i cx) 

342.. Towels, col'd border, large & heavy i 50 

343.. All Linen Towels, col'd border, full value i 65 
344.. All Linen Towels, col'd border, cheap for 

the money 2 00 

345.-IIuckabuck Towels with gay colored bor- 
der and of good size 2 25 

These towels are sold by retail dealers at forty cents each. 

346-_All Linen Damask Towels, extra fine 4 00 

347-. All Linen Towels, extra heavy and large 2 50 

348. .All Linen Honey Comb Towels 3 cx> 

34g--All Linen Damask Towels, heavy and fine 3 50 
350-.AII Linen Damask Towels;ex. fine & heavy 4 00 


359--Fine Dice Diaper, 10 yards each-. / T21J 

360. -Fine Dice Diaper, 10 yards each, wide i 25 


Nombers. Diaper contlnaed. Per piece. 

361. .Linen Diaper, good, 10 jrards each i 35 

362.. Linen Diaper, medium quality, 10 yds. each i 55 
363.. Linen Diaper, fine, wide, 10 yards each... I ^S 

364.. Linen Diaper, extra fine, 10 yards each 2 00 

365.. Linen Diaper, extra fine and heavy, 10 yds. 2 40 

366.. Linen Diaper, extra fine, wide and heavy 2 75 

TABLJB L.1JVENS. Per yard. 

369. -Table Damask. 27)^ 

370. -Heavy Table Linen, half bleached 37^^ 

371 --Dice Table Damask, all linen, half bleached- . 40 
372- -Dice Table Damask, all linen, half bleached.. 50 

373--Bleached Table Linen, full value 55 

374. -Bleached Table Linen, neat design 65 

375--Bleached Table Linen, choice pattern 75 

376-. Two (2) Brown Linen Table Cloths, only 

in pairs per pair I 25 

377--TWO [2] Brown Linen Table Cloths, only 

in pairs, medium size, for l 65 

378 --Two [2] Brown Linen Table Cloths, only 

in pairs, large size _ 3 00 

379- -Real Turkey Red Table Damask, per yard 80 
380- -Imported Turkey Red Table Damask, fast 

colors QC 


400--Irish Linen, good quality 30 

401. -Irish Linen, fine quality 40 

402-. Irish Linen, extra quality 50 

403. .Irish Linen, superfine quality 60 

404-. Irish Linen, extra superfine 70 


409-. Ladies' Hem-stitched Hdkfs 75 

410-. Ladies' Hem-stitched Hdkfs, good I 00 

41I-. Ladies' Hem-stitched Hdkfs, belter i 50 

4I2--Ladies' Linen Hem-stitched Hdkfs 4.. S c» 

4I3--Ladies' Linen Hem-stitched Hdkfs, good 

quality 2 50 

4i4..Ladies| Linen Cambric Hdkfs, not hemmed 90 

415. -Ladies' Linen Cambric Hdkfs, not hemmed I 00 

416.. Ladies' Linen Cambric Hdkfs. not hemmed i 25 

41 7- -Ladies' Linen Cambric Hdkfs, not hemmed i 50 


Numbers. Ladles' Hdkf s continued. Per doz . 

418-. Ladies' Linen Cambric Hdkfs, not hemmed 2 00 
419.. Ladies' Linen Cambric Hdkfs, not hemmed 2 50 

424-. Gents' Hdkfs, hemmed- 85 

425 -.Gents' Hdkfs, hemmed i co 

426.. Gents' Hdkfs, hemmed, linen i 50 

427.. Gents' Hdkfs, hemmed, linen 2 00 

428. .Gents' Hdkfs, hemmed, linen 2 50 

4 29. -Gents' Lawn Hdkfs, not hemmed 55 

430.. Gents' Turkey Red Hdkfs, not hemmed i 60 

431. -Gents' Turkey Red Hdkfs, not hemmed.-. 2 00 
Yelveteen§, Farmeri' Satin, £tc. 

Per yard. 

440. . Black Silk Finished Velveteen 75 

44i..Brk Silk Finished Cloaking Velvet'n, heavy i 00 
442-. Colored Velveteens, in garnet, blue, purple 

and brown 80 

443-. Farmers' Satin, black 35 

444. .Farmers' Satin, black — - 50 

445. .Farmers' Satin, black 65 

446.-Silecias, all colors 15 

459. -Corded Cottonades, heavy and nice stripes 23 
460.. Farmers' and Mechanics' Double and Twist 

Cottonade 24 

461.. York Double and Twist Cottonade 323^ 

462-. Check Cottonade, for boys' wear 17 

463-. Nankeen, plain 16 

464. .Striped Nankeen 16 

465. .Check Nankeen - _ 16 

466. .Twilled Nankeen 18 

467..Thorndale Fancy Cassimere 30 

468 --Jones' Plain and Fancy Double and Twist 

Cassimere 35 

469-. Kentucky Jeans 12 

470. -Kentucky Jeans, all colors, excepting blue-. 18 

470^. -Kentucky Jeans, all colors except blue 25 

471.. Doeskin Kentucky Jeans, all colors except blue 35 
472.. Kentucky Jeans, extra ouality, all colors.. 37^ 

473.. 10 ounce Jeans, Ohio Mills, extra heavy 45 

474. -Plain Satinets, good value 30 


Numbers. Men's and Boys' Wear continued. Per yard. 

475- -Plaid Satinets, good quality 40 

476.. Striped Satinets, good quality 40 

477..Cassimere 50 

478..Cassimere, all wool 60 

479-. All wool Tweeds, Western manufacture 60 

48o--Cassimere, all wool - 75 

48i..Cassimere, all wool 85 

482.. Cassimere, all wool i 00 

483-. Cassimere, all wool i 25 

484..('assimere, all wool, Western manufacture i 35 
485.. English Cassimere, all wool, extra heavy, 

good style _ i 50 

486- -Union Beaver Cloth, black, double width, 

a good article I 40 

487. -Union Beaver Cloth, black, double-widih, 

a good article i 75 

488.. Fine West-of-England Black Broadcloth, 

double-width 3 00 

489.. Fine West-of-England Blue Broadcloth, 

double-width 3 00 

490. -Washington Mills Beaver Cloth, for over- 

coats, double-width, all wool, heavy and 

fine, in blue and black only 2 87^ 

491.. Linen Drill, for pants.. _ 22)^^ 

492 --Striped Linen Drill, for pants 25 

493.. French Canvas, for pants and coat lining 22^ 

494--Black Doeskin i 25 

49S--Black Doeskin I 63^^ 

496--Black Doeskin, imported--- i 75 

497.. West-of-England black Doeskin 2 50 

DoeokinR are ^ame width as Casaimeree and suitable fur 
pante and veel only. 

All of our cloths and casslmeres are selected with mnch 
care; bonght of flrnt hands, and are cheap for the money; 
strong and fine In texture, and desirable in ptyles. 

525 --Men's, White Shirts, made of fair bleached Each. 

muslin i 25 

526- -Men's White Shirts, better made, and better 

muslin i 50 

527- -Men's White Shirts, made of good white 

muslin 1 75 

Nambers. Shirts and Shirt Fronts continued. Perdo«. 
528- -Men's "White Shirts, well made and sub- 
stantial 2 00 

529--Shirt Fronts per dor. i 50 

530_. Shirt Fronts * 2 00 

531-. Shirt Fronts- 2 50 

532. -Shirt Fronts -.- 3 00 

533-. Shirt Fronts 4 00 

In ordering Shirts give size of neclc. 527 and 528 are in two 
styles, open front or behind; t>25 and 526 only open in front. 


549.. Colored Blankets -*.- i 60 

550. -Colored Blankets i 80 

551. -Colored Blankets 2 30 

552--Colored Blankets 2 65 

553-. Tinted Blankets 3 00 

554- -Good White Blankets, large size 4 25 

555--Fine White Blankets, large size 5 00 

556.. Extra Fine White Blankets, large size 6 50 

557- -Horse Blankets, buckles & straps complete, 

each 1 55 

558--Horse Blankets, with buckles and straps, 

complete, an excellent article-: i 75 


Per yard. 

565 -.Black Mixed Waterproof, double-fold 75 

566.. Black Mixed Waterproof, double-fold^ ser- 
viceable article 90 

567. -Gold Mixed Waterproof, double-fold, guar- 
anteed to please 90 

568--Green Mixed Waterpwroof, double-fold i 10 

569. -Plain Blue Waterproof, double-fold i 25 

570-- Ladies' Cloth, all wool, in brown, drabs 

and slates, double-fold i 10 

S1I4WLS. ^ Each 

579- -Children's Wool Shawls, 35x35 40 

580.. All Wool Shawls for children, or Shoulder 

Shawls, 35x35 - ■ 60 

581.. All Wool Shoulder Shawls, good style,40x40 i 00 
582--Heavy Double Shawls, in plaids, 63x126-, 3 50 

We have but one price. 


Numb«r*. ShawU cooUnued. ^c^ 

583 Fall River Fancy Plaid Double Shawls, 

63x126 oV-;- ^ ^° 

c8i Fall River Brown Plaid Double Shawls, 

^ 63x126 - -- — - 4 50 

c;85 Fall River Gray Plaid Double Shawls,63xi 26 4 5° 
cS6 Brown, Drab and Mourning Double Shawls, 

63x126 4 00 

587 .Reversible Striped Shawls. i 75 

S88.. Reversible Striped Shawls .--..-------- 2 00 

c8q Reversible Striped or Plaid all wool Shawls 2 50 
590.. Reversible Striped or Plaid all wool Shawls, 

high and sombre colors 3 5° 

591.. Fine Ottoman Striped Shawls, both sides 

alike, in beautiful shades 4 5° 

C92 Fine Ottoman Striped Shawls, both sides 
alike, elegant design, in colors suitable 

for either old or young 5 00 

C93 Black Thibet Shawls, wool fringe 2 75 

CO I Fine Black Thibet Shawls, wool fringe..-- 3 ^5 
cq5'"Superfine Black Thibet Shawls, wool fringe 5 00 
.;q6 Black Thibet Shawls, with silk fringe ----- 3 00 
CQ7 Black Thibet Shawls, silk fringe, fine quality 4 «> 
cq8 Bl'k Thibet Shawls, silk fringe, super, quality 5 00 

C99".Broche Shawls from 5 00 to 25 00 

600- -India Stripe Shawls, imt. Camels hair, 

good styles crV'"!" ^ ^° 

601 --India Stripe Shawls, imt. Camel s hair, tine 

and neat styles .-- 5 5° 

602- -India Stripe Shawls, imt. Camel's hair, 

extra fine ^ 5° 


620 12 pairs Ladies' White Cotton Hose for-., i 00 

621 12 pairs Ladies' White Cotton Hose for--. 1 50 

622 12 pairs Ladies' White Cotton Hose for... 2 00 

623 12 pairs Ladies' White Cotton Hose for... 2 50 

624 .12 pairs Ladies' White Cotton Hose for... 3 00 
62S--I2 pairs Ladies' White Cotton Hose for... 4 00 
626-. 12 pairs Misses' White Cotton Hose, iizes 

from 4 to A'A. ior ^ ^ 

We keep all the goods we quote on hand. 


Numbers. Hosiery continued. 

627.. 12 pairs Misses' White Cotton Hose, sizes 

from 5 to 53^, for I 25 

628-. 12 pairs Misses' White Cotton Hose, %izes 

from 6 to 71^, for i 50 

629.. I2r pairs Misses' White Cotton Hose, size 4, 

for I 20 

630.. 1 2 pairs Misses' White Cotton Hose, size 

4K. for I 35 

631.. 12 pairs Misses' White Cotton Hose, size 5, 

for I 50 

632.. 12 pairs Misses'White Cotton Hose, size $3^, 

for. - I 60 

633.. 12 pairs Misses'White Cotton Hose, size 6, 

for I 75 

634. . 12 pairs Misses'White Cotton Hose, size 6}4, 

for -...-.- I 85 

635..i2pairsMisses'WhitefJottonHose,size7,for 2 00 

636 - . 1 2 pal rs M isses' White Cotton Hose, size "]}{> 

for 2 15 

637.. 12 pairs Children's Balmoral fancy striped 

Cotton Hose, sizes i to 4, for i 25 

638- -12 pairs Children's Balmoral fancy striped 

Cotton Hose, sizes i to 4, for i 50 

639.. 12 pairs Misses' Balmoral fancy striped Cot- 
ton Hose, size 5, for - 2 75 

640- -12 pairs Misses' Balmoral fancy §triped Cot- 
ton Hose, size 53^, for — - 3 00 

641. -12 pairs Misses' Balmoral fancy striped Cot- 
ton Hose^ size 6, for 3 25 

642- -12 pairs Misses' Balmoral fancy striped Cot- 
ton Hose, size 6^, for 3 50 

643- -12 pairs Misses' Balmoral fancy striped Cot- 
ton Hose, size 7. for - 3 75 

644- -12 pairs Misses' Balmoral fancy striped Cot- 
ton Hose, size 7 3^, for 4 CO 

645--I2 pairs Misses' Balmoral fancy striped Cot- 
ton Hose, size 8, for 4 5o 

646-. 1 2 pairs Misses' Balmoral fancy striped Cot- 
ton Hose, size 83.^, for 5 00 

Ooj goods are bougbt direct from tbe mapufacturerB. y 


Numbers. Hosiery continued. 

647. -12 pairs Children's Balmoral fancy striped 

Wool Hose, sizes I to 4, for i 05 

648-. 12 pairs Children's Balmoral fancy striped 

Wool Hose, sizes i to 4, better, for i 25 

649. -12 pairs Children's Balmoral fancy striped 

Wool Hose, sizes 5 to 7, for i 50 

650--12 pairs Ladies' Colored Merino Hose for.. 2 00 
'65 1.. 12 pairs La,dies' White Merino Hose for... 2 CX) 

652- -12 pairs Ladies' White Ribbed Cotton Hose 

for I 50 

653- -12 pairs Ladies' All Wool White or Col- 
ored Hose for 4 00 

654--I2 pairs Ladies' All Wool White or Col- 
ored Hose for - 5 00 

655- -12 pairs Men's Brown Cotton half Hose for 60 

656- -12 pairs Men's Brown Cotton half Hose for i 00 

657. -12 pairs Men's Brown Cotton half Hose for I 25 

658--12 pairs Men's Brown Cotton half Hose, 

double heel, for i 5© 

659-. 12 pairs Men's British half Hose 2 00 

660--12 pairs Men's Super-stout Brown Cotton 
half Hose, sizes 9, g}4, 10, io>g, and 11 
inches, for 3 00 

661--12 pairs Men's medium quality Brown 

mixed half Hose for i 25 

662- -12 pairs Men's medium quality Blue mixed 

halfHosefor i 25 

663--I2 pairs Men's double heel Blue mixed half 

Hosefor i 50 

664--12 pairs Men's double heel Brown mixed 

halfHosefor i 50 

665-. 12 pairs Men's Wool Socks for i 50 

666. -12 pairs Men's Wool Socks 2 00 

667. -12 pairs Men's Shaker Wool Socks 4 00 

663-. 12 pairs Men's extra heavy, regular made, 

double heels and toes, all wool socks, for 4 50 

669. -12 pairs Men's extra heavy, regular made, 
-brown and blue mixed cotton half hose, 

perdoz 2 00 

Dnr Ptock of hosiery Ib complete, and every Ptyle offered 

win be found well worth tbo money we a«k. Trice*, of course, 


jfovern the quality. Order as many pairs of any or all kinds 

as you wish, and we will guarantee to please you. 


Numbers. Per pair. 

700. - Ladies' good quality two button Kid Gloves, 
in all shades and colors, excepting blue, 

green and white, sizes from 5^ to 8 lOO 

7oi_. Ladies' two button Kid Gloves, in white, 

green and blue, sizes from 53^ to 7)^-- I 50 
702- -Ladies' Lisle Thread Gloves, assorted shades 20. 
703 --Ladies' Lisle Thread half Gauntlets, assort- 
ed shades - — _ 25 

704- -Ladies' Lisle Thread Gauntlets, fine and 

desirable 45 

705 --Ladies' Berlin Fleece-lined Gloves, assorted 

colors _ 20 

706- -Ladies' Berlin half Gauntlets, Fleece-lined, 

assorted colors 25 

707-. Ladies' Berlin Fleece-lined Gauntlets.assort- 

ed colors, neat and durable — 45 

7o8. -Ladies' Kid Mitts i 00 

709- -Ladies' Kid Mitts, fur tops - i 25 

710- -Ladies' Buck Gauntlets % i cx) 

71 1 --Ladies' Fancy Mitts and Gloves, velvet or 

cloth back, very stylish and' durable — i 50 

7i2--Ladies' Kid Driving Gauntlets i 25 

Ladies ordering gloves, especially Kids, should always give 
the size and color desir^'d. To determine your size, measure 
closely around the band just below the knuckles and under 
the thumb. We have in stock Ladies' Kid Gloves at seventy- 
five cents per pair, good as usually retailed for one dollar. 


729. -I pair genuine Kokomo Buck Gloves for., i 00 

730-.2 pairs Gents' imt. Buck Gloves for,- i 25 

73 1 -.2 pairs Gents' cloth back, imt. Buck faced 

Glove, for ,-,>- i 35 

732. -I pair Gents' Fur tipped Dog Skin Gloves, 

lined, for 75 

733- -2 pairs Gents' Gauntlets, Patney faced 

hands, for I 50 

734--2 pairs Gents' Gauntlets, Imt. Buck i 50 

735.. I pair Wichita Buck Gloves, heavy, per pair i 25 
736- -I pair genuine Buck Gloves, good quality, for I 50 


Numbers. Gents' Gloves and MitCens continued. 
737-. I pair genuine Buck Gauntlets, the best, for i 65 

738.-2 pairs Boys' imt. Buck Gloves for i 00 

740. . 1 pair Gents' Buckskin Mitts I 15 

741--I pair Gents' genuine Buckskin Mitts I 50 

742- -I pair Gents' Kid Gloves, size 8 to 10, all 

colors, per pair I 25 

743- - 1 pair Men's Sheepskin Gauntlet Mitts.wool- 

lined, leather-faced hands, per pair 90 

744- -I pair Boys' Sheepskin Gauntlet Mitts, wool- 
lined, leather-faced hands, per pair 65 

750.. 12 doz. Kerosene Wicks, small size, for — 55 
751--12 doz. Kerosene Wicks, med. size, for-.. 65 

752--12 doz. Kerosene Wicks, large, for i 25 

753--Candle Wicks, 8 balls to the lb., per lb 35 

754-. Wool Twine, per lb 12 

755 --Bag Strings, per lb 4.S 

760- -White Knitting Cotton, Nos. 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 

and 16 65 

761 --Dark Blue Knitting Cotton, Nos. 8, 10, 

12, 14 and 16 75 

762- -Blue and White mixed Cotton, Nos. 8, lo, 

12, 14 and 16 75 

All the above are put up by the manufacturer in 2 pound boxen, 
and 8 balls to the pound. Order &» much aa you wish. 

WOOL. YAKN. Per pound. 

764. -Common Blue Mixed Yarn 60 

765--Medium Blue mixed Yam 75 

766- -Good Blue mixed Yam — 90 

767-. Choice Blue mix. Yam. lone; staple scoured ' '5 

768. -White Wool Yam, good article I 00 

769- -While Wool Yam, fine and long staple I 15 

770. -Scarlet Wool Yarn, medicated dye I 40 

771 -.Fancy Balmoral Yarn I 35 

Domestic wool yarn* are pat np In 6 pound bundles, from 4 
to 8 xkeius to the pound We sell them at mttnufacturers' 
weight, and as much a^ yon winh. 


779-. Felt' Skirt... •. 1 CX5 

780. .Ladies' Balmoral Skirts, serviceable, each., i 00 
78 1 . -Printed Felt Skirts, each I 25 


Numbers. Ladies' Underwear continued. Per yard. 

782- -Embossed Felt Skirts, good and stylish, each i 75 

783 --Ladies' Printed Grass Cloth Skirts, each. . 75 

7S4-.2 Ladies' White Six Tuck Skirts for i 00 

785. .Ladies' White Fine Tuck Skirts, each i 25 

786- -Ladies' White Cotton Drawers, per pair.. . 75 

787..Ladies' White Cotton Drawers, fine, per pair i 25 

788- -Ladies' Night Dresses, each 75 

789--Ladies' Night Dresses, fine and well finished, 

each I 25 

790- -Ladies' Chemises, each 75 

791 --Ladies' Chemises, fine and well made, each i 25 

792- -Ladies' White Merino Wrappers, each. ... 75 

793 --Ladies' White Merino Drawers, per pair. . 75 

794. -Ladies' White Merino. W^rappers, each. . . i 00 

795-. Ladies' White Merino Drawers, per pair. . i 00 

796. -Ladies' White Merino Wrappers, each. . . i 20 

797-_Ladies' White Merino Drawers, per pair. . i 20 


8o2--2 Gents' Orange Colored Undershirts for. . 90 

803- -2 pairs Gents' Orange Colored Drawers, for 90 

804- -2 Gents' Orange Colored Ribbed Shirts for i 25 
805 - - 2 pairs Gents' Orange Col'd Ribbed Drawers 

for I 25 

806- -2 Gents' White Undershirts, for i 25 

807 . . 2 pairs Gents' White Drawers for i 25 

808-.2 Gents' White Merino Undershirts for ... 2 00 

809.. 2 pairs Gents' White Merino Drawers for. . 2 00 

810--2 Gents' Gray mixed Undershirts for 90 

81 1 --2 pairs Gents' Gray mixed Drawers for 90 

8 1 2- -2 Gents' Gray mixed Undershirts for i 50 

813-.2 pairs Gents' Gray mixed Drawers for. ... i 50 

814-. Gents' Fancy Union Overshirt, each i 00 

8i5--Gents' Belknap Wool Overshirts, each... i 25 

8 16- -Gents' All Wool Diagonal Overshirts, each i 75 

Sry.-Gents' Cotton Diagonal Overshirts, each. . 75 

8i8--Gents' Plain Cassimere Overshirts, each... 2 00 

8i9--Gents' Gray Flannel OveilShirts, each i 00 

820- -Gents' double knit Jackets, each i 25 

82i--Gents'All Wool knit Cardigan Jackets, each i 75 

822. .Men's Cotton Checked Shirts 65 


Numbers. Gents' Bhirt8 and Drawers continaed. 

823-. Men's Cotton Checked Shirts 90 

824-. Men's Hickory Shirts 65 

825. -Men's Hickory Shirts 90 

826. .Men's Cheviot stripe Shirts 65 

827.. Men's Cheviot stripe Shirts 90 

828- -Men's Calico Shirts 40 

829- -Men's Calico Shirts 75 


837-. Cotton Inserting, Y^ in., per doz 30 

838. -Cotton Inserting, 3^' in., per doz 40 

839- -Cotton Inserting, I in., per doz 50 

84O- - Hamburg Edging, good, per yard 10 

841 -.Hamburg Edging, fine, per yard 15 

842. -Hamburg Edging, from i3^ to 2 in. wide, 

per yard 25 

843- -Hamburg Inserting, good, per yard 10 

844.. Hamburg Inserting, fine, per yard 15 

845 --Hamburg Inserting, from i}^ to 2 in. wide, 

per yard 25 

846. -12 Ruches for the neck for 1 00 

847- -Valenciennes Lace, good, per yard 15 

848- -Valenciennes Lace, better, per yard 20 

849- -12 Ladies' Linen Collars, assorted styles, for i 00 
850. -12 Ladies' Linen Collars, turn down, em- 
broidered edge, for I 75 

85 1 - . 12 Ladies' Lace Collnrs, nice, for 2 00 

852-. 12 Ladies' Lace Collars, pretty, for 3.0O 

853.. Ladies' Linen Cuffs, plain and good, per pair 25 

854.. Ladies' Linen Cuffs, new style, per pair.. . 30 

855.-12 yards Cotton Edging, half inch wide, for 30 

8s6--i2 yards Cotton Edging. }^ inch wide, for 373^ 

857--I2 yards Cotton Edging,' I inch wide, for 50 
858- -12 yards Pillow Case Edging, Cotton, I inch 

wide, for 45 

859 ,12 yards Pillow Case Edging, Cotton, i}4 

inches wide, for 65 

860.. 12 yards Pillow Case Edging, Cotton, 2 

inches wide, for 85 

JJop.from 655 10 860 are put up In thnee to fonr dozen yard 
Piecee, We will cut in even dozen yiirdB only. 


Numberg. Notione and Fancy Gooda continued, 

86 1 --German Lace Curtains, good styles and 

bargains, per pair i oo 

862- -German Lace Curtains, neat patterns, 

per pair 3 oo 

863. -German Lace Curtains, choice patterns, 

per pair 2 75 

These curtains are all put up in pairs by the manufacturers, 
are full lengths, and are well worth all we ask for them. 
866.. Common Japanned Corset Clasps, 4 hooks, 

per pair 5 

867 -.Muslin covered Corset Clasps, 4 hooks, per 

pair 7 

868. -Kid covered Corset Clasps, 4 hooks, per pair 10 

869. .Ribbons, corded edge, all silk, in all shades, 

1 inch wide, psr piece 90 

87O- -Ribbons, corded edge, all silk, in all shades, 

2 inches wide, per piece , i 75 

Ribbons are put up 12 yards to the piece (high colors except- 
ed), manufacturers' measure. We sell ribbons by the piece 

871 - -Backgammon and Checker Board combined, 

book form, complete, each i 00 

872. -10 boxes Gents' Paper Collars, cloth lined 

button holes, for i 00 

873- -10 boxes Gents' Paper Collars, cloth cover, 

linen finish, for I 50 

874-. 10 boxes Gents' Granger Paper Collars, 

cloth faced, good, for i 75 

875. -Youths' Elastic Suspenders, per pair 20 

876. -Men's Elastic Suspenders, per pair 25 

877-.Men's heavy Elastic Web Suspenders,pr pair 333^ 
8 78 --Men's Elastic Web Suspenders, good and 

strong, per pair 45 

879- -Alpaca Skirt Braid, in all colors or assorted, 

per dozen _ 75 


882. -12 doz. Hooks and Eyes, small, for 8 

883- -12 doz. Hooks and Eyes, med., for, 10 

884. .12 doz. Hooks and Eyes, large, for 12 

885--i2doz. Hooks and Eiyes, best small, for.- 12 

886-. 13 doz. Hooks and Eyes, best med., for 18 

Numbers. Hooks and Eyes continued. 

887.. 12 doz. Hooks and Eyes, best large, for — 21 

888--12 doz. Hooksand Eyes, japanned, med., for 18 


889- -I J papers of Pins, size 6, for 35 

890.. 12 papers of Pins, size 5, for 40 

89I--12 papers of Pins, size 4, for 45 

892-. 12 papers of Pins, size 3, for 50 

893.. 1 2 papers of Pins, size 2, for 55 

894--12 papers of Amer. Brass Pins, size 6, for 50 

895- -12 papers of Amer. Brass Pins, size 5, for 55 

896- -12 papers of Amer. Brass Pins^ size 4, for 65 

897- -12 papers of Amer. Brfiss Pius, size 3, for 72 

898- -12 papers of Amer. Brass Pins, size 2, for 82 


899--Glazed^ ^ yard long, per gross 35 

900-. Glazed, Ji yard long, per gross 40 

90i--Glazed, i yard long, per gross 45 

902. -Glazed, 1)4 yards long, per gross 50 

903--Gl&zed, 1}^ yards long, per gross 60 


9 10-. Black Silk Fringe, i in. wide 15 

911. -Black Silk Fringe, i)4 in- wide 20 

912. -Black Silk Fringe, i^ in. wide 25 

9I3--Black Silk Fringe, 2 in. wide 30 

91^-Black Silk Fringe, 2}^ in. wide 35 

915-. Black Silk Fringe, 3 in. wide 40 

918.. Silk Fringes, brown, slate, blue, green, 1}^ 

to ^}^ in. wide, 20 cts. to 45 cts. per 

yard, according to width. 


930--Gingham Parasols each 50 

93i--Gingham Parasols, large each 75 

932. -Silk Parasols each i 00 

933. -Silk Parasols, finished handles each i 50 

934- -Silk Pvasols, finished handles each 3 00 

935.-UmbreIia Parasols, black and brown, large 4 00 

936.. Umbrella Parasols, bl'k and br'n, ex. laige 5 00 

937.. Umbrellas, crook stick, 26 in each 65' 

938.-Umbrellaa, crook stick, 28 in each 75 


Numbers. Umbrellas and Parasols continued. 

939-. Umbrellas^ crook stick, 30 in each 85 

940-- Umbrellas, crook stick, 32 in each 95 

941 --Umbrellas, Hercules frame, 28 in., each 1 10 

942- -Umbrellas, Hercules frame, 30 in., each i 25 

943 --Umbrellas, Hercules frame, 32 in., each i 40 


950. -Embossed Wool Table Spreads, neat design, 

each I Oo 

95 1.. Embossed Wool Table Spreads, large and 

stylish, each i 65 

952- -Oil Cloth Table Covers, fancy patterns, each 50 

953--OilCloih Table Covers, 6 by 7 each 75 

954- - 5-4 Table Oil Cloth, marble pattern, per yd . 6u 

955 - .6-4 Table Oil Cloth, marble pattern, per yd. 70 
956-. 5-4 Table Oil Cloth, printed wood colors, 

per yard 50 

957- -6-4 Table Oil Cloth, printed wood colors, 

per yard .... 60 

958.. 5-4 Table Oil Cloth, plain black, per yard 35 



965--Lotta Hoop Skirts, white, 20 springs, 5 tape 50 

966..Lotta Hoop Skirts, white, 25 springs, 5 tape 75 

967--New Style Hoop Skirt, no hoop at the top 75 

968 --Belle Bustles, good style 25 

969. -Good Satin Jean Corset 45 

970- -Champion Corset, imported expressly for 

Moaitgomery Ward & Co 60 

971 . . Fine French Corsets, 48 bone & nicely nrim'd 125 


980--72 dozen White Agate Shirt Buttons for... . 35 

981 -.72 dozen large White Agate Buttons for. . . 55 

982 - .^2 dozen extra large White Agate Buttons for 80 

983--12 dozen Pearl Shirt Buttons 75 

984-. 12 dozen clear Pearl Shirt Buttons. .^ i 00 

985- -12 dozen fine Pearl Shirt Buttons for i 25 

986.. 12 dozen black Horn Vest Buttons for 37^ 

987-- 12 dozen black Horn Coat Buttons, medium 

size, for 75 

Numbers. Buttons continued. 
988. -12 dozen black Horn Coat Buttons, large, 

for I 10 

989.. 12 dozen Horn Suspender Buttons for 15 

990-.12 dozen Horn Fly Buttons for 12^ 

991.. 12 dozen l^rzss Suspender Buttons for 20 

992.. 12 dozen Brass Fly Buttons for 15 

We do not Bell less than the above quantity of battone. We 
also have In etock a full line of white and smoked pearl drees 
buttons, at bottom prices, in any quantity you desire. Give 
Bize of buttons wanted. 


1000-- Black Linen Thread, in boxes, per box. . . 55 

looi.. Clark & Co.'s super. patent Linen Thread, 
420 skeins to the pound, warranted full 
Veight, per lb ! i 50 

ioo2--Clark's"O.N.T."Spool Thread, in all colors 
and nos., 200 yds. each (see advertisement 
on back cover), per doz 70 

loo3--Milward's Helix Needles, in patent wrap- 
pers, 40 papers to the 1,000, best in the 
market (see advertisement on back 
cover), per I, COO I 80 

1004.. Spool Thread, 200 yards each, in all num- 
bers and colors, per dozen 40 

1005. -Balding Brothers'50 yard Spool Silk, assort- 
ed colors and numbers, per dozen 75 

Spoof black silk sized by letters, from finest, which is 000 

to the coarsest, F. All colored silks, letter A. 

ioo6_ -Clark's Pat. Linen Thread, 200 yards on 
each spool per doz. i 


i0i5-_Medium Cotton Batts, per pound 15 

ioi6..Good Cotton Batts, per pound 20 

101 7.. Fine and clean Cotton Baits, per pound. . 22^^ 

1018- -American A Seamless Bags, each 30 

1019-. Stark A Seamless Bags, each 34 

1020-. Carpet Warp, best white, per pound 28 

102 1 -.Carpet Warp, best colored, per pound 35 

I022-. White Cotton Yarn, best, Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9, 

10, II and 12, per pound 33 

1023 . . Colored W^adding, per dozen 25 


Numbers. Batting, Bags, &c., continued. 

1024 . . White Wadding, per dozen 32% 

Cotton Warp and Cotton Yarn come in 6 pound bundles. 
We do not sell less than a bundle. The above coJt«»n batts are 
put np in rolls of % pound and 1 pound each, manufacturer's 
weight, and 50 pounds to the bale, in case jou should want to 
order by thebaic. CARPETS. Per .yard. 

1025.. Striped Hemp Carpet, good as any other 

house in our line sell K)r 22c or 25c. ... 20 

1026. . Best Stripe Hemp Carpet 25 

1027. .Good Ingrain Carpet 50 

1028. -All Wool Ingrain Carpet 75 

1029. -All Wool Ingrain Carpet I (X» 

1030.. Ail Wool Three-ply Carpet, new patterns, 

desirable styles i 25 

103 1 . -'Fluor Oil Cloths per sq. yard 50 

1032. -Floor Oil Cloths medium. . . per sq. yard 60 

1 033 -.Floor Oil Cloths extra per sq. yard 70 

Mlneellaneous and Combination Lot* of No* 

tloas, Fancy Goods, dec. 
1040:.. I Gents' Toilet Set, containing a good 

Razor, Tooth Brush, Comb, Hair Brush, 

Lather Brush, Razor Strop, Shaving Box 

and Soap, for i 00 

104 1.. 5 boxes Paper Collars, 3 Neck Ties and 

Collar Button for i 00 

1042-.3 Ladies' Scarfs, 2 Lace Collars, and I pair 

Sleeve Buttons for .* i 00 

1043.. I Hoop Skirt, i Bustle, and i Hair Braid for i 00 
1044. -I good Hair Brush, 2 good Rubber coarse 

Combs, and i good Rubber fine Comb for i 00 
1045.. 6 fine Combs,6 coarse Combs, i Hair Brush, 

and 8 papers Hair Pins for i 00 

1046.. 5 boxes Paper Cellars and i pair ex. Brace 

Suspenders for I 00 

1047.. I Ostrich Plume and 3 bunches Flowers for i 00 

1048- -3 Bunches fine French Flowers for i CX) 

1049--2 Ostrich Plumes for I 00 

1050- . Italian Lace Veils, each. 35 

105 1.. Italian Lace Veils, good styles, each. 5P 

1 05 2.. Italian Lace Veils, stylish, each ^ 75 

Did you commence your order after sampler [See page 4.] 


UumUrt. Miscellaneous Goods conUnued. 

1053. -12 cakes Toilet Soap, i a papers Pins, and * 

10 papers Needles tor .- 100 

""1054.- 1 Stereoscope, with walnut frame and six 

' views, all for i 25 

1055. -1 Silk Fan and 3 hemmed Hdkfs. for i 00 

1056-.3 Linen Fans, i Leather Belt, i pair Lisle 

' thread Gloves, for i 00 

i 1057. -I Ivory handle Silk Fan, with feathers, for 75 
'1058. -I Album with knobs and beveled edges, 

for I 00 

'1059.-1 Album and fancy Japan box for i 00 

1060--I good Writing Desk, with lock, kcv, pen, 

( paper and envelopes, complete, for i 00 

"1061--I Portfolio, with lock, key, pen, paper and 

^ envelopes, for - i 00 

' 1062. -I Boys' Cap and 2 pairs of Suspenders for i 00 
• 1063.. I Boys' Cap and I pair imt. Buck Gloves for i 00 

1064- -I pair Men's imt. Buck Gloves and i pair 

Suspenders for - I 20 

106 5.. 2 Boys' Cloth Caps for I 00 

iob6--6 Ladies' Swiss Mull Ties, embroidered, for i 00 
; 1067.. 6 Ladies'Swiss Mull Bows,embroidcred, for i 50 

1068-.3 Ladies' Fine Silk Scarfs for i 00 


; 1075. -4 doi. cakes good toilet Soap for i 00 

^1076.-3 dot. large cakes M.W,& Co/s Soap i 00 

107 7.. 2 doe. cakes good toilet Soap for i 00 

1078- -I dor. large size cakes Honey Soap in paper 

boxei, per box 60 

1079.. I tioz. large sire cakes Glycerine Soap in 

paper Iwxes, per box 60 

]lo8o-.i dor. large size cakes brown Winsor Soap 

in paper boxes, per box 60 

o 1081. -I dot. large size cakes Rose Soap in paper 

boxes, per box 60 

; I06a..3 doz. cakes, large size, Honey Soap in 

L wood boxes, per box I 50 

J..1083..3 <^o*:- cakes, large size, brown Winsor 

Soap in wood boxes, per box i 50 


Numbere. Soaps continued. 

1064. -3 doz. cakes, large size, Rose Soap in 

wood boxes, per box i 50 

1085-, 3 doz. cakes, large size, assorted Soap 

ia wood boxes, per box • • • • i 50 

^°^5}4--3 doz. cakes, large size, glycerine Soap, 

in wood boxts, per box i 50 

io86_ .120 sheets good Commercial Note Paper for 27% 

1087.. 120 sheets good Letter Paper for 60 

1088- -120 sheets heavy Letter Paper for 85 

1089.. 1 20 sheets Legal Cap Paper for 90 

1090. .120 sheets Foolscap Paper for 90 

1091.. 250 white Envelopes, 5 in., for- 55 

1092. .250 white Envelopes, 5 in., extra quality.. 80 

1093. .250 white Envelopes, 6 in., for , 75 

1094.. 250 white Envelopes, 6 in., extra quality. _ i 00 
1095.-250 canary colored Envelopes, sin., for.. 55 
1096. -250 canary col'd Envelopes, 5 in., ex qual. 70 
:097-.250 canary colored EnveIoj>es, 6 in., for.. So 
1098- .250 canary col'd Envelopes, 6 in., ex. qual. 90 


1 150. -Regulation P. of H. Hat, all wool, nvanu- 

factured expressly for us (see cut) i 25 

1 15 1.. Gents' Hats, assorted styles i 00 

1 1 52-. Gents' Wool Hats i 00 

1 1 53. -Gents' fine Hats i 25 

ii54-.Ge^nts' Hats, good style.--- .- - i 50 

1 155. jGents' Hats, extra fine 2 50 

1156. -Boys' Wool Hats - 50 

** 1 157.. Boys' fine Wool Hats -• 75 

1 1 58 --Boys' New Style Hats — i 00 

1159. -Boys' Caps 5° 

ii6o--Boys' fine Cloth Caps 75 

1 1 61 -.Boys' Winter Caps, with ear-laps I 00 

ii62--Gents' Clotii Caps 75 

1163.. Gents' fine Cloth Caps i 25 

1164-. Gents* Winter Caps - , I 25 

X165-. Men's Canada Straw Hats 25 

II66-. Men's Straw Hats, white and colored--.- 75 
1 167.. Men's extra Straw Hats, white and colqred I 00 
ll68-.Men'8 Panama Hats _ - I >5 


Hats and Caps continued. 


Manufactured and sold only by Montgomery Ward & Co. 

Price $1.^5 each. 

Numbers. FURS. Per set. 

1 1 75 -.Dark striped imt. Mink Muff and Cape.. 5 00 

1176. -Dark striped Alaska Mink Muff and Cape 4 50 

I177.. Genuine striped Mink Muff and Boa 15 00 

Ii78--Gfnuine striped Mink Muff and Boa, fine 18 00 
li79..Genuinestriped Mink Muff andBoa, extra 22 00 
Ii8i..lrat. Ermine Muff and Boa, fpr children I 50 
ii82..Init. Ermine Muff and Boa, for children 2 50 
Ii83-.lnu. Ermine Muff and Boa, for misses. _ 6 00 
li84--Imt. Seal Muff and Boa, looks like genu- 
ine, takes a good judge to tell them 

from those that are worth $40.00 8 00 

II 85 -.Men's Fur Collars, from 1. 50 to 3 00 

li86-.Mei*s Fur Driving Gloves, from 2.50 to 5 00 

I187-. Men's imt. Seal Caps, from 3. 00 to 5 00 

Ii88.-Lad,es' Cooney Sets, Murt and Collar — 5 00 

; ISOO..I Ladies' Apron and Sash, made of good 
j bleached cotton, for 40 


Numbers. P. of H. Regalias continued, 
I20I--I Gents' Pouch, stamped with plow, and i 
Sash, made of XXXX York twilled nan- 
keen, for --■*. 50 

The ladies' set? are well made aiidbonnd with crimson braid. 
Tha ?entb' pouches are double and well stitched; the sashes 
are full length, double and bound alike on both sides. They 
have given perfect satisfaction to every Grange that has re- 
ceived them. 

I2I0-. Gents' fine Calf Boots, pegged, sizes 5 to 10 ^ 00 
I2ii_. Gents' fine Calf Boots, sewed, sizes 5 to 10 5 00 
12I2_. Gents' Alaska Boots, beaver top, leather 

trimmed, sizes 6 to 10 2 75 

I2i3.-Men's whole stock Kip Boots, sizes 6 to 11 3 25 
I2i4--Men's Plow Shoes, made of whole stock, 

sizes 6 to 1 1 I 75 

1215. -Gents' Dressing Slippers 75 

1216.. Gents' fancy Dress'g Slippers, from 1.50 to 2 50 

l2i7__Boys' heavy Boots, sizes lO to 13 2 50 

12 18.. Youths' h'vy Boots, sizes I to 5, from 2.50 to 2 75 

I2I9_. Youths' fine Calf Boots, sizes I to 5 3 25 

1220-- Men's Congress Gaiters, B Calf 2 00 

1 22 1. .Men's Congress Gaiters, good Calf 2 50 

1222. .Men's Congress Gaiters, extra Calf 3 50 

1223 ..Boys' Congress Gaiters, 10 to 13, good — i 50 
1 224.. Youths' Congress Gaiters, i to 5, good — 2 00 
1225. .Youths' Heavy Shoes, I to 5, from 1.25 to I 50 
1226. .Ladies' imt. Pebble lace Shoes, size 3 to 7 I 50 
1227.. Ladies' Morocco lace Shoes, size 3 to 7.- I 75 
1228. -Ladies' Morocco lace high cut Shoes, neat 

finish, size 3 to 7 '. 2 00 

1229. . Ladies' Mor'cobut'n high cut Shoes, stylish 2 25 
1230-. Women's B Calf lace Shoes, extra stout., i 40 
1231.- Women's B Calf Shoes, high Polish cut., i 75 

1232. -Ladies' Serge Congress Gaiters i 50 

1 233 -.Ladies' Serge Congress Gaiters, extrt- 2 00 

1 234. -Ladies' Serge lace high cut Gaiters i 40 

1235.. Ladies' Serge lace high cut Gaiters. . 2 ck) 

1236. -Ladies' Serge button high cut Gaiters i 75 

1237- -Ladies' Serge button high Polish cut Gai- 

f»»^(;, fixtra «..,. 3 35 


Numbers. Boots and Shoes continued. Per pair. 

1238. -Ladies' Serge lace high cut lipped Gaiters i 90 
1239- -Ladies' Gaiters, cloth tops and leather foxed 2 00 
1 240. -Children's B Calf Shoes, metal tip'd, 4 to 6 60 
1241-. Children's B Calf Shoes, metal tip'd, 7 to 10 90 
1242- -Children's B Calf Shoes, metal tip'd,! I to 13 I 00 
1243- -Children's Goat Shoes, lace, from 4 to 5.. 75 
1244- -Children's Goat Shoes, lace, from 6 to 8.. 90 
1245. -Children's Goat Shoes, lace, from 9 to 13- - ^ ^S 
1 246.. Misses' B Calf Shoes, heavy, lace, 11 to 13 i 30 
I247-. Misses' B Calf Shoes, heavy, lace, i to 2.. i 50 
1248 -.Misses' Oil Goat Shoes, lace, neat finish, 

II to 13 I 40 

1 249-. Misses' Oil Goat Shoes, lace, neat finish, 

I to 2 1 65 

1 250.. Misses' Serge lace Gaiters, 9 to 13 i 15 

1251. -Misses' Serge lace Gaiters, i to 2 i 30 

1252- -Misses' Serge button Gaiters, neat and well 

finished, sizes g to 13 I 65 

1253- -Misses' Serge button Gaiters, stylish and 

vi'ell finished, I to 2 2 00 

I254--Babies' tipped Shoes 22 

I255--Babies' ankle tie Shoes, patent leather — 60 
1 256- -Children's ankle tie Shoes, patent leather, 

according to size 60 bo 90 

1257- -Children's ankle tie Morocco Shoes, no 

heel, very cheap, 2 to 5 50 

1258- -Ladies' Morocco Slippers, sizes 3 to 7 75 

1 259-. Ladies* carpet Slippers, sizes 3 to 7 60 

i26o--Ladies' Serge Slippers, sizes 3 to 7 i OO 

1 261 -.Ladies' fine Morocco and Goat Slippers, 

sizes 2 to 6 I 50 

1262.. Ladies' Fancy Slippers, imt. Embroidery, 

leather foxed, per pair i 15 

1263-. Ladies' fine Kid and Goat Slippers, very 

pretty, sizes 2 to 6 i 75 

1 264.. Ladies' fine Kid and Goat Slippers, stylish, 

sizes 2to 6 2 25 

1265. -Men's plow Moccasins or Shoe Packs, lace, 

without heels I 20 

ia66..Men's plow Moccasins or Shoe Packs, lace, 

with heels i 30 


Numbers. Boots and Shoes contiuaed. Per pair. 

i267..Men's plow Moc'sins or Shoe Packs.buckles i 40 

I268--Men's Boot Packs, with heels 2 25 

i26g-_Ladies' Morocco or Cloth Buskins. i 00 

The following are Chicago custom made work, each and 
every pair warranted. 
1300-- Men's Chicago custom made, hand sided, 

Kip Boots, sizes 6 to 11 4 00 

1 301. -Men's Chicago custom made, pegged. Calf 

Boots, sizes from 5 to 10 _. 5 50 

1302.. Men's Chicago custom made plow Shoes, 

good and strong, 6 to 11 2 25 

1303-. Men's Chicago custom made Calf Congress 

Gaiters, sizes 6 to II 3 50 

1 304- -Women's Chicago custom made Calf lace 

Shoes, high cut, strong and durable, 3 to 7 2 ^25 
I305_-Misses' Chicago custom made Calf lace 

Shoes, always reliable, 13 to 2 1.. i 90 

1 306- ."Women's Chicago custom made Glove Kid 

lace Shoes, sizes 2 to 6 2 50 


1 350.. Men's Rubber Sack Coats, on heavy sheet- 
ing, good article, each 2 00 

1 35 1 --Men's Rubber Sack Coats, on heavy sheet- 
ting, extra quality, each 2 50 

1 352-. Men's Rubber Sack Coats, on drilling, su- 
perior quality, each _ . 3 00 

1353.. Men's white Sack Rubber Coats, on heavy 

sheeting, each — 2 25 

1 354-. Officers' white Rubber Coats, on heavy 

sheeting, each 3 00 

1 355 -.Officers' Rubber Coats, on heavy sheeting, 

good quality, each 2 75 

1 356- -Officers' Rubber Coats, on heavy sheeting, 

extra quality, each-v 3 25 

1357- -Officers' Rubber Coats, on drilling, fine 

finish, each 3 75 

1358. -Officers' Rubber Coats, blue mixed, light 

brown, and cadet gray, each 4 75 

1 359- -Officers' Rubber Coats, with cape attached, 
blue mixed, light brown, and cadet gray, 
eaoh - 7 50 


Numbers. Rubber Clothing, Etc. continued, 

i36o-.Men's lorijj Rubber Leggings, on heavy 

sheeting, good quality, per pair 90 

1 361.. Men's long Rubber Leggings, on heavy 

sheeting, extra quality, per pair I 25 

1362. -Men's long Rubber Leggings, on drilling, 

superior quality, per pair I 38 

1363-. Men's Rubber Overshoes, imt. sandals, 

heavy, per pair 85 

1364. .Women's Rubber Overshoes, imt. sandals, 

substantial, per pair 60 

136^ -Misses' Rubber Overshoes, imt. sandals, 

10 to 2, per pair 47 

I366--Children's Rubber Overshoes, imt. sandals, 

6 to 9, per pair 45 

1367.. Men's wool lined Rubber Alaska Over- 
shoes, per pair I 25 

1368- -Women's wool lined Rubber Alaska Over- 
shoes, per pair I 15 

1 369- -Misses' wool lined Rubber Alaska Over- 
shoes, per pair I 00 

1370- -Men's Arctic Rubber Gaiters, with buck- 
les, per pair I 70 

1371.. Women's Arctic Rubber Gaiters, with 

buckles, per pair I 35 

1372. -Misses' Arctic Rubber Gaiters, with buck- 
les, 10 to 2, per pair I 121^ 

^373- 'Children's Arctic Rubber Gaiters, with 

buckles, 6 to g, per pair _. 75 

1 374 -.Men's Rubber Boots, 16 inch leg, good as 

made, per pair 3 75 

1375-. Men's Rubber Boots, wool lined, hip or 

long leg, per pair 4 75 


139O-.2 pairs D and T Cassimere Pants, for 3 00 

1391-. I pair Union Cassimere Pants [no blue] for 3 50 

1392.. I pair Black Satinet Pants, heavy 4 00 

1393-.1 pair Union Cassimere Pants, good 5 OO 

1394.. I pair Black Doeskin Pants, good 5 50 

1395.. I pair Black Doeskin Pants, tine 7 00 

1396.. I pair Black Doeskin Pants, extra 8 00 


Numbers. Clothing continued. 

1 397-. Pants and Vest of fine Union Cassimere. 6 oo 
1 398 --Pants and Vest of fancy Cassimere, checks 

and stripes - _ 8 00 

1399-. Striped Velvet Vests, each- 2 50 

i40o.-Dbl-breasted. black, all wool Vests, each 2 50 

1401 --Double-breasted all wool Vests, each 3 25 

l402..Dbl-breasted all wool Vests, very fine.ea. 4 00 
1403- -Fancy Silk Vests — purple, green, silver, 
small dot, check, black and white, black 

and green, and black, each 4 25 

1404. .D & T Cassimere Suit, Sack Coat, per suit 6 50 
1405. -Union Gold mixed or Black mixed Cassi- 
mere Suit, Frock coat, per suit 10 75 

1406- -Black Union Cassimere Suit, single- 
breasted Sack Coat, per suit - I2CX> 

1407- -Union Fancy Cassimere Suit, Frock Coat, 

per suit - 12 50 

1408- -Dark Scotch Cheviot Suit, with Frock 

Coat, per suit 13 00 

1409. -Steel Mixed Cassimere Suit, with Frock 

Coat, per suit 13 50 

i4iO-_Blue Union Cassimere Suit, with single- 
breasted Frock Coat, per suit 14 50 

1411. -Brown Doeskin Suit, Sack Coat, per suit 15 00 
1412.. Blue Doeskin Suit, Frock Coat, per suit 15 50 

1413. .Blue Diagonal Suit, Frock Coat, per suit 15 50 

1414. .Gray Mixed Cassimere Suit, Frock Coat, 

per suit _ 17 50 

1415.. Black Cloth Suit, Frock Coat, per suit 18 00 
i4i6..Blue Tricot all-wool Suit, with Frock 

Coat, per suit -• 20 00 

1417.. Blue Beaver Suit, Frock Coat, per suit 20 00 

1418. .Worsted single-breasted Coat and Vest- 10 00 

14 19. .D and T Cassimere Coats, each 3 50 

1420.. Union Cassimere single-breasted Sack 

Coats, each 6 50 

142 1.. Brown Union Cloth Frock Coats, each-, 7 50 

1422.. Black Union Cloth Frock Coats, each._ 8 00 

1423. .Bl'k Broadcloth Frock Coats, very fine, ea. 15 00 

1424. .Blue Broadcloth Frock Coats, very fine,ea. 15 50 


Numbers. Clothing contiaued. 

1 440.. Black Satt. double-breasted Sack Over- 
coats, each -- 6 50 

1441.. Gray Satt. double-breasted Overcoats, 

each 7 25 

1 442.. Gray Satt. double-breasted Frock Over- 
coats, each 7 75 

1443.. Blue Chinchilla double-breasted Sack 

Overcoats, each - 8 50 

1 444.. Drab Chinchilla double-breasted Sack 

Overcoats, each -- 9 5° 

1445.. Dark Blue Washington Mills Beaver 

double-breasted Sack Overcoats, each 14 50 

1446. .Black Washington Mills Beaver double- 
breasted S.ick Overcoats, each. 14 50 

1448. .Fur Beaver " King William " Sack Over- 

coats, in dark brown and dark steel 
colors, each. 17 OO 

1449. . Black, fine Beaver cloth double-breasted 

Frock Overcoats, each - 17 5° 

1450.. Blue, fine Beaver cloth double-breasted 

Frock Overcoats, each 17 5° 

1453. .Infantry Dress Coats, each 3 CX) 

1454. .Lined Blouses, made of Blue Army Flan- 

nel, each -- 1 75 

1455. .Unlined Blouses, made of blue Army 

Flannel, each 125 

1456. .2 pairs Blue Denim Overalls for 1 25 

1457-.2 pairs Brown Denim Overalls, extra qual- 
ity, for I 50 

1458. .2 pairs unbleached Duck Overalls for.. - 1 50 

1459. .2 pairs Brown Duck Overalls for i 50 

1460. .2 Blue Denim Jumpers for i 50 

1461 . .2 Brown Denim Jumpers for i 50 

1462. .2 Brown colored Duck Jumpers for i 50 

1463. .2 unbleached Duck Jumpers for i 50 

In ordorinz Clothinc. be particular to fend yonr nijte. 

Meapure for oat aronnd the cht-Kt, just under the arms; for 
pantg. size around wnlct and leutrth of leg. irmitie neara. Give 
your a^e and desiribe your ceneral build, and we will, nine 
case* out of ten. give you a fit. Our Cloihintt Id all offered at 
the same prices that a Jobber would give to a retailer la larg9 
^otB. iiDd Qo man can uoderiell oii Aod make » dlipa. 



1500. .Tea Spoons, silver plated per 4pz. 2 oo 

1501. .Table Spoons, silver plated per doz. 3 50 

i502,.T^hle Forks, silver plated per doz. 3 50 

1503.. Silver Plated Drinking Cups, lined with 

gold plate, each ._:^ i 25 

1504. .Silver platedGoblets, lined with gold plave, 

each I 25 

1505. .Silvered Napkin Rings, per doz g. 3 <X> 

1506.. Silver Plated Napkin Rings, on genuine 

white metal, per doz 7 50 

1 507.. Coin Silver Napkin Rings, each. 2 00 

1 9p8.. Coin Silver Fruit Knives, each. — I 25 

1509. .Plated Butter Dishes, each I 50 

1510..1 Silk-lined Case, containing knife, fork, 

spoon and napkin ring, ail for I 00 

151 1.. I Silk-lined Case, containing knife, fork^ 

spoon and napkin ring, better article, for 3 25 

Rogers dr» Bros.'' Celebrated Extra Plated Table Goods. 

i5i2..Tea Spoons, tipped pattern, Rtfgers & 

Bro., per doz 3 25 

i5i3..Tea Spoons, threaded pattern, Rogers & 

Bro., per do/ ..:. 3 50 

i5i4-.Tea Spoons, olive pattern, Rogers & Bro., 

per doz h 3 50 

I5i5.-Tea Spoons, Persian pattern, Rogers & 

Bro., per ^oz 3 75 

1 5 16- -Tea Spoons, lily pattern, Rogers & Bro., 

per doz 3 75 

15 17. -Table Spoons, tipped pattern, Rogers & 

Bro., per doz.. 6 50 

1 518- -Table Spoons, threaded pattern, Rogers 

& Bro., per doz 7 00 

1 519- -Table Spoons, olive pattern, Rogers & 

Bro., per doz 7 25 

By Bending your ordere to ub you save from 40 to 100 por 
e«nt., ^hlch are th« profits of tbe mlddlomen. 


Numbers. Silver and Silver-plated Ware continued. 

I520--Table Spoons, Persian pattern, Rogers & 

Brc, per doz 7 50 

1522. -Table ^orks, tipped pattern, medium size, 

Rogers & Bro., per doz. 6 50 

1523. -Table Forks, threaded Pattern, medium 

size, Rogers & Bro., per doz 7 00 

1 524-. Table Forks, olive pattern, medium size, 

Rogers li: Bro., per doz — 7*25 

1 525 -.Table Forks, Persian pattern, medium 

size, Rogers & Bro., per doz 7 50 

1 530. ^Butter Knives^ tipped pattern, bent handle, 

Rogers & Bro., each. 50 

1 53 1. -Butter Knives, olive pattern, flat handle, 

Rogers & Bro., each 65 

1532. -Butter Knives, princess pattern, flat handle, 

Rogers & Bro., each 65 

1 533-. Butter Knives, Persian pattern, reversed 

handle, Rogers & Bro„ each 70 

1 534.. Soup Ladles, old style bowl, Rogers & 

Bro., each 2 50 

1535. .Soup Ladles, new style bowl, Rogers A 

Bro., each. 2 75 

1 536.. Gravy Ladles, Rogers & Bro., each 75 

W(; now add to our stock, a line of RoKcrs & Broe.' celebra- 
ted silver plati'd Koodj*. Thc-ee jroodn are in every particular 
reliabli', and will stand constant use for years. We warrant 
each and every article of th'.ir make to be the best in the 
market, and offer them at manufacturers' prices— aonu'thin^j 
never done before. All Spoons and Forks quoted in dozens 
will not be sold in lots less than half dozens. 

Be Bnr« and call on us when you are In the city. We are 
thoroHRhly posted as to the location of any buslnesB house in 
the city, and will cheerfully jjive all information In our power. 



1 560. -I set white handle Knives and Forks for. i 00 

1561..1 set black handle Knives and Forks for. i 00 

1 562. _ I set cocoa handle Knives and Forks for. i 25 
1563.-1 set nice, plain white handle Knives and 

Forks for 2 00 

A set of knives and forks consists of six knives and six 
1564.. 6 solid bone handle Dessert Knives, no 

Forks, for 2 25 

1565-.6 solid bone handle Table Knives, no forks, 

for 2 50 

1 566. -6 ivory handle Knives, steel blades, no 

forks, for 4 50 

1 567- -6 plated handle Knives, plated blades, no 

forks, for 5 50 

All of ttiese knives are made of good material and neat 

1 568- -Two-bladed Farmers' Knives, each 40 

1 569- -Two-bladed Farmers' Knives, each i 00 

1 570. -Three-bladed Pocket Knives, each. 50 

i57i--Four-bladed, pearl handle Pocket Knives, 

each — 65 

i572__Six-bladed, pearl handle Pocket Knives, 

each 75 

1 573-. Ladies' neat Pocket Knives, each c,o 

1 574.. Ladies' fine pearl handle Pocket Knives, 

each I 00 

1 575. -Carving Knife, Fork and Steel for 75 

1576. -Carving Knife, Fork & Steel, good quality, 

for I 25 


1 590-- English Verg, open face Watches, cheap, 

each 3 00 

1 591.- Gents' Oreide hunting case Watches, each 6 00 

All errors must be reported within Ten Days after you get 
vonr (roods, and number of Invoice given. 


Numbers. Watches and Jewelry continued. 

1592.. Gents' Silvered hunting case Watches, 

each - 6 00 

1 593.. Ladies' Oreide hunting case Lepine 

Watches, each 8 00 

1594. -Gents' Silvered imitation American Le- 
ver Watches, each 10 00 

1595.. Gents' Coin silver hunting case lever 

Watches, each 12 00 

1596.. Gents' 2 oz. Waltham Watch Co.'s silver 
hunting case Watches, imitation Ameri- 
can movement 15 ^^ 

1 597-. Gents' 2 oz. Waltham Watch Co.'s silver 
hunting case Watch, genuine American 
mO\'ement '. 17 00 

I598--Gents' 2 oz. silver hunting case Watch, 
genuine Elgin movement, fine watch for 
time 19 00 

1 599-. Ladies' size solid Gold Watch, retails for 

I35, price 30 00 

1600.. Gents' 14 k. gold filled case Watch, imi- 
tation American movements 25 00 

1610.. Plain Jet Bracelets, per pair 50 

161 1 --Jet Bracelets, with chased gold centre, per 

pair I 25 

16 1 2- -Gold plated^ flat chased Bracelets, per 

pair 3 5° 

i6i3-.Gold plated, oval chased Bracelets^ per 

pair 3 75 

i6i4--Ladies' plain gold Lockets, each 1 50 

1615-. Ladies' chased gold Lockets, each 2 50 

1616. .Ladies' enameled gold Lockets, each 3 50 

161 7. -Ladies' coral and Etruscan jet Pin and 

Earrings, per set 3 ^o 

i6i8--L8dies' carbuncle and Etruscan gold Set 

Pin and Earrings, per set 3 00 

1619. -Ladies' gold set Pin and Earrings, with 

oval jet centre, per set 3 25 

We are Kitting letters every day with tignatore or addreta 
left off. 


Numbers. Watches and Jewelry continued. 

1620. -Ladies' fine Etruscan gold set Pin and 

Earrings, per set.. 4 50 

1621.. Ladies' garnet and pearl setting Pin and 

Earrings, very fine, per set. 5 00 

i622_ -Ladies' medallion and coral setting Pin 

and Earrings, very fine, per set ._ 5 00 

1623.. Ladies' plain gold set Pin and Earrings, 

serviceable article, per set - 6 00 

1624.. Ladies' solid gold Ear Drops, per set.. 3 00 

1625. .Ladies' solid gold Pins* each... 3 00 

1626- -Plain gold 14k. Ring (give size), each — 2 00 

1627. -Plain gold 14k. Ring, medium heavy (give 

size), each 3 00 

1628- -Plain gold 14k. Ring, heavy (give size) 

each 5 00 

1629-. Enameled Rings, good style (give size), 

each 3 50 

1 630- -Ladies* Seal Rings, assorted styles (give 

size), each — 3 5^ 

1631-. Ladies' Seal Rings, garnet and pearl set- 
ting (give size), each 4 00 

1632. -Ladies' and Gents' Alaska diamond clus- 
ters, ruby, moss agate, onyx, and blood 
stone Rings, warranted gold, each 5 00 

i633_-Gents' silvered vest Chains, each ^ i 00 

1634- -Gents' solid coin silver Vest Chains, each 3 00 

1635- -Gents* solid coin silver Vest Chains, 

fancy pattern, heavy 5 00 

1036- -Gents' Oreide, fancy pat'n, Watch Chains, 

each I 00 

1637- -Gents* Gold plated Watch Chains, each- 2 00 
1638. -Ladies' gold plated opera Guard Chain, 

with tassels, a very genteel affair, each 5 00 
1639- -Gold Masonic Pins, assorted styles, each i 00 

W« have a large aesortment of Trunks, Valieefl, etc., at 
lowest wholesale prices. We will pack your goods in them if 
ao instmcted. 


Numb«ri. Watches and Jewelry continued. 

1640.. Odd Fellows' flat Pins, 3 link, each i 00 

1641 --Odd Fellows' full enameled 3 link Pins, 

each I 25 

1642. -P. of H. Pins from $1 25 to i 75 

1643-. Ladies' ^^^'^ g^^^ ''o^g Chains, per penny- 
weight - - I 25 

1644- -Ladies' go^d Opera Chains, new styles, 

per pennyweight, 14 k i 5° 

1645- -Gents' curb, cable, and many Other pat- 
terns lok. gold Chains, k per penny- 
weight I 15 

1646- -Gents' curb, cable, and many other pat- 
terns r4k. Gold Chains, per penny- 
weight I 25 

1647- -Gold Neck Chains, from |4 00 to 7 00 

The above Chains weigh from 20 to 40 penny- 


1674. -Single sets Buggy Harness, machine 
made, Russia Leather Lines, black 
trimmed, per set 14 5° 

i675_. Single sets Buggy Harness, good style, 

machine made, black trimmed, for 16 00 

1676-. Heavy Cotton web Halter, with Leather ^^ 
trimmings, Iron Rings and Rope tie ; 
a good, strong, durable article, and very 
cheap at each 60 


1699. -The Union Spring Bed, all sizes, complete 
order, guaranteed to suit or no sale ; be 
sure an<i send length of slat ; never of- 
fered as low before within 75 per cent ; 

for - 2 75 

See advertisement on page 67 of this book. 

All enors muat be reported within ten days after yon get 
your goods, and number of Invoice given. 





Leather Color— (Patent Print). 


.38 inch $1 as 

30 inch I So 

33 inch ... I 7S 

34 inch a 00 

36 inch a as 


Imitation Leather 

Iron bound, brass 
spring lock, rollers, 
tray inside, slats tipped 
with brass, straps, etc. 

1701..38 inch a 10 

30 inch 3 3S 

33 inch a 60 

34 inch a 8s 

36 inch 3 10 

Be aare and call on us when you are In the city. We are 
thoroughly posted as to the location of every business house 
in the city, and will cheerfully give all information in oar_ 



Imitation Leather. 

Iron bound, brass spn-ing lock, rollers, tray and fall intido,»laU 
tipped with brass, Iodk straps. 

1703.. a6 inch a 00 

aS inch * ^5 

.lo inch '. a 50 

_M jich ■"; v.'. a 75 

34 inch ji 00 

Cowhide Cover. 

Iron bound, brass lock, slats the whole length of trunk, rollen, 
straps, bottom tray, etc. 



Zinc cover, corners double iron bound, long slats, set up tray, 
rollers, etc. 

1704.. 30 inch $4 50 

32 inch 4 7?; 

34 i nch 5 00 

* GKANGER.— Zinc Cover. 

Corners double bound with wide iron ; an extra large and very 
strong Trunk, ten wide hard wood slats the whole length of trunk, 
with patent corner clamps, iron bottom, corner rollers, strap 
hinges, fine brass lock with protectors on each side of lock, slid- 
ing handles with iron caps, roomy, set up tray with three pockets 
in front, finished in superb style, pocket Oook. Patent Iron Stay. 

»7o5..3o inch fio 00 

3a inch 10 So 

34 inch II 00 

. We cheerfully correct all errors. 

EUGENIE.— Imitation Leather. 


Round top, iron bound, brass lock, slats brass tipped, rollers, 

straps, tray and fall and large bonnet box. 

'7o6...^o inch 3 3$ 

ii inch '. .1 50 

34 inch 3 7S 

36 inch 4 00 

OCTAGON.— Imitation Leather. 
Corners double iron bound, slats whole length of trunk, hasp 
lock, straf>s, rollers, large covered tray, handsomely finished, 
bonnet box. 


SARATOGA.— Cowhide Cover. 

Barrel stave top, corners double iron bound, hasp lock, five 
strips the whole length of trunk, sliding handles, two extra iron 
centre bands, iron bottom, large tray with bonnet box. '^-• — - 
iron stay, etc. 


170S . . ,^0 inch , • 6 50 

3^ inch ■ 7 00 

34 inch ,'. 7 go 

36 inch "8 00 

EUGENIE.— Cowhide Cover. 
Barrel Stave top, comers double iron bound, strips the whole 
length of trunk, two extra iron centre bands, fall and tray, bonnet 
box and parasol case, iron bottom, brass hasp lock and stitched 
leather handles, patent iron sUy, fine finish. With heavy iron 
clamps. ^ 


Eugenie. — Cowhide cover, continued. 

1709. .30 inch 8 00 

,^2 inch 8 i,o 

34 inch Q 00 

36 inch 9 so 

EMPHE88.— Leather Cover. 

A beautiful, thoroughly well made trunk, barrel-stave top, with 
five hard wood slats protected by heavy corners, corners double 
bound with wide iron, iron bottom, fine tumbler lock with patent 
lock protectors, corner rollers, sliding handles with iron caps, fall 
and tray, bonnet box, parasol and jewelry case, pocket book; all 
elegantly finished; patent iron stay. 

17 10.. 30 inch II $0 

.^3 inch 13 50 

34 inch 13 So 

36 inch 14 SO 

LEATHKB TBUNKS.— (With Canvas Cover.) 

1715.. a6 inch 19 00 

i7i6..38inch ao 00 

17 17.. 30 inch ai 00 

17 18.. 33 inch aa s© 

'7»9.34 inch a4 00 

We keep ezpeniee down, and give our trade the benefit of 


Imitation Leather. 

1720. .ao inch 175 

1721 .. 32 inch 2 00 

SAME STYLE AS ABOVE.-Leather Cover. 

1732.. ao inch 3 25 

1723 . . 22 inch 3 50 

LEATHER PELLISSIER.-Plain, no Outside 


t72-< . . 14 inch, per piece. 

725. . 16 inch, per piece. 

726. . 18 inch, per piece. , 
•727. . 20 inch, per piece. . 
173S. . 23 inch, per piece. . 

2 7S 
.^ 2.? 

3 50 
?, 75 

4 25 

THE SAME, With Outside Pocket. 

1729. . 14 inch, per piece 3 25 

1730. . 16 inch, per piece 3 75 

173 1 . . 18 inch, per piece 4 00 

1733.. 20 inch, per piece 4 25 

IW3--23 inch, per piece 4 75 

LADIES' SATCHELS.-Monitor Morocco, 
Outside Pocket. 

I7.M- . 9 inch, each i 10 

17.^5. • 10 inch, each i 35 

1736.. 1 1 inch, each , 140 

1737. . 13 inch, each i 60 

'7.38.. 13 inch, each i 90 

17.19. • J4 inch, each 3 35 

We have a large stock of Boots and Shoes. Try our cus- 
tom made work; every pair warranted. 


LADIES' BATCHELS-Morocco Leather Lined, 

Outside Pocket. 
1740. . 9 ^nch , 5jj^ 

I »}% 

» as 

a SO 

i74'-io inch 
17+i.ii inch 
I74.V .i^inch 
1744- 13 inch 


1745- Ladies' Black Baskets 65 

1740. .Ladies' Medium size Baskets >jt 

1747. . Ladies' Large Baskets i qq 

174S. . Ladies' Extra Large Traveling Baskets 135 


'749-. IS inch, plain old style, each 65 

1750. . 17 inch, plain old style, each ^o 

1751.. 19 inch, plain old style, each So 

.Enameled Cloth, Patent Frame. 

1 753.. 17 inch, each , jj 

'75.^- • '9 inch, each i ,c 

'754- " inch, each , ^^ 

1 755.. Shawl Straps for 40c, 60c, and 80c each 

As we have only numbered the style of the Trunks, be particu- 
lar to give number of style, number of inches long, and price, 
when you order. This will avoid all mistakes. 

In addition to our regular stock, we have the follow- 
ing leading sf)ecialties. These goods are all guaranteed 
as represented, and quoted at prices far below the regu- 
lar rates : 


Our a.ssortinent is complete. Our limited space per- 
mits us to mention only the following ; 


1 7 75 -.Leather, 4 pockets and bill holder 25 

1 776.. Leather, 4 pockets, looking glass 40 

1777- -Leather, 4 pockets, fancy, for ladies 50 

We keep all the good« we quote on hand. 


Numbers. Pocket Books, Etc., continued. Each. 

1778. -Leather, 4 pockets, brass mountings, for 

ladies 75 

1 779__ Leather, 4 pockets, bill holder, stamps, R. 

R. tickets 75 

1 780-. Leather, fancy colors, brass fastenings and 

chain, for ladies i 00 

1781 --Leather, tuck, small size, good finish 80 

1782-. Morocco, fine quality (ladies') i 00 

1783- -Morocco, fine quality (gents') i i.^ 

1 784-. Russia Leather, fine quality (ladies') i 15 

178S- -Russia Leather, fine quality (gents') i 25 

1 786- -Calfskin Wallets, with bill holder, (extra). 85 

1787- -Calfskin Wallets, without bill holder 65 

1 788 --Sheepskin Wallets, with bill holder. 50 

1 789- -Sheepskin Wallets, without bill holder 35 

1 790-- Children's Pocket Books 15 



1791- -Morocco, with 3 pockets, tuck 80 

1 792 - - Morocco, with 5 pockets, tuck 90 

i793-.Morocco, with 3 pockets and memorandum i 00 

1 794- -Morocco, with dollar columns — i 00 

1 795- -Morocco, with dollar columns and currency 

pockets I 25 


1 796 --Cloth bound, with pencil 25 

1 797 - - Cloth bound, with pencil, large size 50 

1798- -Cloth bound, brass edges, with pencil 75 

1 799- -Leather bound tuck i 00 

1 800- - Leather bound, long, for bills i 25 


All kinds of School Books. All kinds of Blank 
Books, and all other kinds of books. 

In ordering Blank Books, give size and number of 
quires wanted. 

We cheerfuJly answer all inquiries. 




1801.. Extra family size, cogs on one end ) 

1 802 _. XX family size, cogs on both ends f 


1803- -Family size, curved clamps, cogs on both ^ 
ends - 1 

1804-. Family size, straight clamps, cogs on [ -^ ^^ 
both ends J 

BRASS KETTLES.^ gallon size I 50 

1814-- 4 gallon size 3 00 

1S1S-- 6 gallon size... 5 00 

1816.. 8 callon size -- 5 75 



1 817- -A diamond pointed gold pen, gold holder 
and ebony telescopic handle, the whole 
in a neat silver case i 00 

i8i8--The Desk Gold Pen and Holder, ebony 

handle I 00 

i8i9-.Gold plated Pencils 50 

Initial Paper and Envelopes. 

1820-.1 box, containing i quire paper and i bun- 
dle envelopes [white] 30 

i8?i--i box containing i quire paper and i bundle 

envelopes [tinted] 31 

I 822. .Box tinted paper and Envelopes, no initial 20 
Name the initial wanted, 



1823.. Good quality, per doz 18 

1 824.. Rubber Tipped, per doz 45 ^" ^5 


1826.. I foot boxwood rules, each 'S 

1827--I foot boxwood rules, brass bound, each Ckj 

1828-.2 foot boxwood rules, each -o 

1 829.-2 foot boxwood rules, brass bound, each (*o 

1 830.. 2 foot boxwood rules, extra brass bound, 75 


Standard Sewing Machine Attachments and* 

Needles. All warranted the best 

in the market. 

Give name of Machine; also Style, 
whether new or old. 

1850-.1 doz. asst. Nos. of either Singer, l^owe 

or Blees Needles _ for 40 

1 85 1.. I doz. asst. Nos. of either Weed, Reming- 
ton, Domestic, Grover & Baker, ^tna, 
Home, Wilson, Victor, American, Home 
Shuttle, Common Sense, or Davis 
Needles for 50 

1852.. I doz. asst. Nos. of either New Davis, 
Wheeler & Wilson, or Florence Needles 
for -* - 60 

1853.. I doz. asst. Nos. Willcox & Gibbs Needles 

for------ - - - 75 

1 854. -I " New Star" Tucker, Genuine, the best 

in use, for any machine — -for i 00 

'855- -I Johnston Foot or Plate Ruffler, for any 

Machine _ for i 75 

1856- -I Oil Can for 15 

1857- -I set 5 widths of Hemmers and Binder for 

any Machine -for 50 

1 858- -I Coming's Binder and French Trimmer 
(does 17 different kinds of work) for any 
Machine for 75 

i8S9--i Corder, superior article, for any Machine 

for- 75 

1860--I Nickel-silver Thread Cutter, for any 

Machine for 20 

r86i.-i Crescent Button- hole Cutter for 15 

Needles, and Attachments for machines not named 

above, at wholesale rates. 

We can furnish most kinds of Sewing Machines at 

a liberal discount from retail price. 

We tiave a large stock of Boots and ShoeB. Try our custom 
made work. Every pair warranted. 


BccretaiT's Office, Michigan State Grange, } 
Schoolcraft, Mich., July 20, 1874. f 
Editors Grancer and Advocate, Lansing, Mich.: i 

Havine a little spare time in Chicatro, I called on Mont- 
gomery Ward ifc Co., at their place of bnsiness uri Kiuzie 
Ptreet, for the purpose of learning more of their extent and 
mat-ner of doing ousinese with our order. I found the firm 
occupying commodious but not expensive quarters, with ample 
room for doing an extensive business, and with a very com- 

filete assortment of such goods as come within the rangeof 
armere' wants. A careful examination of their books and 
business enables me to say that (njs(*7n pervades every depart- 
ment of the business of this, the pioneer firm in supplying 
farmers with goods at wholesale prices. 1 was shown numerous 
letters from Patrons indicating a flattering business confidence 
in the firm, and general satisfaction. Having known the 
gentlemen of this firm for some years, I am satisfii;d of their 
reliability, and believe thev will spare no pains to satisfy their 
customers and make honorable amende for any mistakes that 
mav occur in the course of business. 

with me. the "good of the order" is the object of first and 
vital importance ; and while 1 believe that we should eujlport 
h«me merchants and home int«'rests in every locality in pre- 
ference to any other, I at the earae time b<'liovf wo cannot do 
so with a proper rci:ard to our own interests until we prove to 
them ttiat the present system is unnecessarily expensive and 
burdensome in this : that the number of men and hoys em- 
ployed to transfer supplies from the producer and manufac- 
turer to the consumer exceeds by more than 100 per ceiil. the 
nnmber actually needed ; that a large amount of capital in- 
vested in various ways liea as a deaa weight upon this supply 
business ; that the system of almost universal credit which 
we are ourselvi*s, as a class, kirgtOy responsible for, must be 
superseded by the pay-ofyrriqo in/Mfm. In many places we 
shall not be able, by argument . to bring al)out a practical re- 
form and convince the trading class of the truth of our posi- 
tion ; but shall, in our attempt to inaugurate a better system, 
be compelled to apply the convincing argument of ordering 
supplies, for a time, where we can obtain them at wholesale 
rates for cash. 

I have written yon as T could get a spare moment while on 
the wing, well knowing that the work accumulating during my 
absence would require ray undivided attention wht-n I reached 
it; and to any correspondent who reads the Granger, this letter 
will explain my apparent n«gl«;ct. 


J. T. Cobb, 
Becr«tar7 Mich. Bt«tc Qrasf «• 

Office of Sec^y of the County CouncI] of Patrons ) 
of HuBoandry, VaiiBuren Co., Iowa. V 

Winchester, June 4, 1874. ) 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago, His. : 
Dear Sirs: 

You will find enclosed post office money order for $44.64, 
being the amonnt dne your firm for dry goods phipped to me 
May 27. as per invoice No. 2685. Good? quite satisfactory, and 
yorf will no donbt receive another order from me soon. Accept 
thanks for past favors. 

Yours trnly, 

Roes Caxhoun, 
Sec'y VanBuren County Council P. of H 

Winchester, Iowa, July 7, 1874. 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. Gents.: 

You ean make upe of the above If you see proper. I also 
take pleasure in saying the members of Franklin Grange, No. 
T26. obtained go<^>ds or your firm amounting in the aggregate 
to 119 73-100 dollars, and that they were as represented; and 
we were highly gratified at the prompt and business-like man- 
ner In which our orders were filled. Please send us some cir- 
culars soon as issnt^d. 

Very respectfully, 

Ross Calhoun, 
Sec'y VanBuren County Council P, of H, 

New Charabersburg, Columbiana Co., Ohio, April 18, 1874. 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. Gents.: 

The goods you sent me arrived at Bayard in good condition, 
and gave first rate satisfaction. "Well done, good and faith- 
ful servants I" 

With respect, yours, 


New Chambereburg, Ohio. July 6, l874. 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. Gents. : 

You are at perfect liberty to publish my letter of April 18, 
1874. When you get your new Catalogues ready, do not for- 
get to send some to this neighborhood. 

With respect, yours, 

Joseph Aspet. 

Flowerfield, Mich., June 7, 1874. 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. 

Goods as per Invoice No. 2.n. . received; parties well satisfied. 
These goods having given such perfect satisfaction, you may 
expect heavier orders from us soon. 

Yours tndy, 

O. jr. Garkison. 
Sec. Flowerfield Grange, No. 195. 
Flowerfield, Mich, July T, 1874. 
Meserfl. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicaiio. 
Gentlemen : 
My lotto? to you of June 7th ie at your dlsposftl; use it pa 

you please. I would say, part of the goods, after paying all 
charges, cost us about one-half the retail price h«re. 
Yours truly, 

O. W . Gabribon, 
Sec. Flowerfleld Grange, No. 196. 

Onawa City, Monona Co., Iowa, May 28, 1874. 
Montgomery Ward & Co., Cnicago. Sirs: 

The package of .carpeting came to hand in good order. Was 
well pleased with the quality, colors and figures. The carpet 
has been very much admired. 

Yours respectfully, 

Mbs. W. L. Rme. 

Onawa City, Monona Co., Iowa, July B, 1874. 
Mespre. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. • 


Yours of July 3d at hand, and In answer would say I have no 
objections to your publishing my letter dated May 28th, 1874. 
Yours respectfully. 

Mrs. W. L. Rins. 

Russell, Lucas Co., Iowa, May 2<i, 1874. 

Mesprs. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. 

The cose of dry goods arrived here yesterday safely, and gave 
good satisfaction. The collars. No. 277— on your catalogue. 
No. 11 —were not the size ordered, but were grxxi. I can sell 
them here for 25 cents per box. f We charged Mr. Morrison 15 
cents per box; the same collar will be found in this catalogue, 
No. 873.1 No. 261 Parasol was not liked. No. 2.S2 Kid Gloves 
were not the color ordered. The balance of the goodo, with 
these *maJ/ exceptions, were all right, and we were well pleased 
with them — saved us 45 per cent. Accept our thanks for 

firomptnebs and satisfaction given. Enclosed please find draft 
or the above named bill. 


J. N. Morrison, 

Lime Grove Grange No. 1161. 

RneseH. Iowa, July 8, 1374. 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward & Co Gentlemen: 

All right. No obji'Ction at all to your publishing my letter 
of May 2«. The ntatemenl I made was correct; not being 
guessed at, but arrived at by actual figuring. '^Tien we want 
more goods, I will order of you again, and will use my Influ- 
ence to gel others to do likewise. 


J. N. Morrison, 
Overseer Lime Grove Grange No. 1161. 

Scarsboro, Iowa, May 15, 1874. 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward A Co., Chicago. Dear Sirs: 

Enclosed you will find draft for one hundred and two dollars 
•and eighty-three cents, In full of your Invoice No. 1678, for 

which please render receipt. I have another bill under way, 
Boon aa sufficiently large, I will send forward. Hoping the 
same busineBS relation may long continue between us, 
I remain, yours fraternally, 

Aaron F. Page, 
Agent for PoweBheik Grange, No. 633. 

Searsboro, Iowa, July 4, 1874. 
Meser^ Montgomery Ward & Co. Dear Sire: 

You are welcome to uee my letter to you of May 15th in your 
new Catalogue of goods, and will add that we are well pleased 
with ihe business relations existing between ue. 
Yours truly, 

Aaron F. Page, 
Agent for Powesheik Grange, No. 633. 

Red Oak, Iowa, :^^y 13, 1874. 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward «fc Co., Chicago. Gentlemen: 

Our bill of goode came to hand in due tune and in good order. 
Please find enclosed post office orders for fifty -five dollars and 
forty -five cents, m payment for same. 
Yours tnily, 

J. P. Benedict, 
Sec'y Farmers' Grange, No. 995. 

Red Oak, Iowa, July 7, 1874. 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. Gents.: 

If you think it would be any advantage to publish my letter 
of May 13th, you are welcome to do so. 
Yours truly, 

J. P. Benedict. 
Sec'y Fanners' Grange, No. 995, 

Akron, Harrison Co., Missouri, May 18, 1874. 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. 

I received the Regalias on Saturday; am very well pleased 
with them, and will try to get you a l^g^r bill to fill next time. 
Enclosed please find post oflice order'for amount due you. 
Very respectfully yours, 

A. M. Morgan, 
** Sec'y Akron Grange, No. 688. 

Akron, Harrison Co., Mo., July 8, 1874. 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. 

You are hereby authorized to publish any testimonial from 
me in your favor. W\5 were agreeably surprised with our 

Very respectfully, yours, 

' A. M. Morgan, 

Sec'y Akron Grange, No. 568. 

Greenville, Clay Co., Iowa, May 6, 1874. 
Messrs. Montgomery. Ward & Co., Chicago. Gents.: 
We receiveayour case of goods yesteraay, and find them all 

right. All were well pleased with them. Enclosed you will 
find thirty-four dollars and seventy cents, amount your due. 
Yours respectfully, 
A. W. Grkkn, 

Sec'v of Liberty Grange, No. 97. 
Greenville, Iowa, July 8, 1874. 

Mes.ors. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicaf^o, Gents.: 

You are at perfect liberty to use nr.y letter of May 6th. I 
would like you to send nie a good supply of yonr price lists. 
I am Secretary of our County Council, and am doing all I can 
to concentrate the whole patronage of our county to your 
house, believiuf; we save from .3.J to 50 per cent, on an average. 
Yours respectfully, 
A. W. Grekn, 

Sec'y Liberty Grange, No. 97. 

Preston, Fillmore Co., Minn., May 11, 1874. 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. 

Enclosed plea.seflnd poet office orders for eighty-three dollars 
and five cents, in full of invoice No. l.%(i received from you. 
which came to hand in good order. We find all correct and 
perfectly satisfactory. 

Yours respectfully. 

E. T. Nblson, 

Master Preston Grange, No. 91. 

Preston, Minn., July 8, 1874. 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. 

You are at liberty to use my letter to you of May 11th, if 
deemed advisable. 

Respectfully yours, 

E. T. Nblson, 

Master Preston Grange, No. 91. 

Ames, Story Co., Iowa, May 4, 1874. 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicat'o. Gents.: 

The bill of goods came to hand in gooa order and were "O 
K." We are getting up another order. Enclosed please find 
draft twenty-eii dollars and thirty-seven cents, amount of bill. 
Yours truly, 

S. Olitbr, 
Sec'y Franklin Centre Grange, 

Ames. Story Co., Iowa, July fi, 1874. 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. 

Yours of 3d Inst, to hand, and would say yon are at liberty to 
use my letter to you of May 4 in your new publication. 
Yours truly, 

S. Olivbr, 
Sec'y Franklin Centre Grange. 

Juniata, Adams Co., Neb., Jane 8, 1874. 
Montgomery Ward A Co., Chicago. Gentlemen: 
Please find enclosed one hundred and seventeen dollars and 

seventy-three cents, balance your due. Hereafter, Mr. A. V, 
Cole, Secretary of our Grange, will do the ordering of goods 
from you for our Grange. I can but say you have dealt nand- 
Bomely with ue. 

Very truly yours, 

JD. H. Freeman, 

Purchasing Agent. 

Juniata, Adams Co., Neb., July 9, 1878. 
Montgomery Ward & Co. Gentlemen: 
All right. Cee the letter as you desire. 
Very truly yours, 

D. H. Freeman, 

Late Purchasing Agent. 

Douglas Centre, Clay Co., Iowa, June 18, 1874. 
Montgomery Ward & Co.*, Chicago. 
Dear Sirs: 

Enclosed please find draft for seventy-three dollars and 
ninety cents, full for invoice No. 2999. Goods were all right; 
gave good satisfaction. Please send receipt for this, also last 

Yours respectfully, 

d. J. DUROB, 

W. M. Liberty Grange, No. 97. j 

Douglas Centre, Clay Co., Iowa, June 18, 1874. Ij 
Messrs. Montgomery Ward «fc Co., Chicago. ] 

You are at liberty lo publit-h the letter referred to. I am well 

pleased with the goods I have purchased of yOu, and take 

pleasure in recommending your firm lo all in want of gooda ,. 

at wholesale prices. I am, J 

Yours respectfully, 


W. M. Liberty Grange, No. 97. 

Grove Lake, Pope Co., Minn., June 24, 1874. 
Montgomery Ward «fe Co., Chicago. Gents. : 

I have ^ust received the goods you shipped the 10th inst. 
They arrived the 20th. The goods are distributed, and gave 
good satisfaction in quality. We will order again soon. Eu- 
i losed please find draft for sixty-seven dollars and seventy- 
five cents, in full for invoice. 
Yours truly, 

H. H. Velib, 

Sec. Grove Lake Grange, No. 339. 

Grove Lake, Pope Co.. Minn., July 13, 1874. 
Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. Gents.: 

I cheerfully grant your request for Iho privilege of publish- 
ing my letter of June -M or any other one speakint^ in praise 
of your goods and your straigiit-forward, buniness-like manner 
of dealing. We feel more hiL'hly pleased with your goods and^ 
Byetem ot selling them than we have expressed in any letter. ! 
Yours truly, 

H. H. Vklib, 

Grove Lake Grange, No. 889. 

BensoiL, JjOf^an. Co., Dl., Jane SO, 1874. 
Montgomery Ward A Co., Chicago. 

The bill of goods sent to Mr. Eetes proved satisfactory, and 
all seem well pleaded. I am besieged by dozens of men, since 
the receipt of your goods, for your Catalogues, and I have but 
one left. Please send us a supulv of them. 

Very respectfuJly, John P. JoNits, 

Sec. Oran Grange, No. 844. 
Benson Lotran Co., El., July 14, 1874. 
Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. 

Your letter of July 8th, asking permission to publish my 
letter of June 20, 1874. is at hand. The privilege is hereby 
granted, with the coinpliments of 

Yours respectfully, JoffN P. Jonks, 
Oran Grange, No. 844. 

/.inneus, Linn Co., Mo., May 1, 1874. 
Co., Chicago. 
Dear Sirn: 

I this d)iY send yon by express thirty-one dollars and thirty 
cents, in full payment of invoice No. 9f>,^7, which I received 
on the 28th ult.. haviug been detained at Laclede, on the Ham- 
ilton A St. Joseph K. R. The goods give entire natisfaction, 
and I hope soon to make up a. larger club. Please acknowl- 
edge receipt of money and oblige. 

Very respectfully. Jambs M. Tcrnbr, 
Sec. Industry Grange, No. 628. 

Linnens, Linn Co., Mo., July )3, 1874. 
Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. 

You are at libertv to publish my letter to yon of May 1st, as 
I wrote just what / meant. Hoping soon to send you a large 
order, 1 remain. Respectfully, James M. TuKNKr., 

Sec. Industry Grange, No. 628> 

If these testimonials are Dot sufficient to convince 
you that we are at least trying to subserve the in- 
terest of our trade, jilease call at our office and we 
will further endeavor to convince you by showing 
you hundreds of the same tenor, from which these 
are selected at random. We will also show you the 
goods, with prices attached, corresponding ^o our 
published Price List. Wedesire to thank those who 
have giveu us permission to publish tUeir letters to 
us [all of which we have not used for want of 
space). We can assure tliem that they shall never 
have just cause to regret the confidence thus placed 




246, 248, ^SO, Sg2 & 2S4 ^^ie ^tfeet, 

The Murray Farm Wagon 

le well known throughout the Southern and 
Western States as 

TJ16 Best Made, The Best Ironed, Hie 

Best Finished, and The Best Pro- 

pcMioned Wa^on in the Country. 

Of the many other advantages which Mcrrat's Cblsbratkd 

WA90|Tf claim to haT« over all others mantifactured In thlB 

country, the followiug are the prluclpal ones, vtz : 

iPl. The WagonB kre better Iroued than all otherB now 
manufactured In the country ; the bolsters are all plated on 

Sd. The Axles are plated in the centre, where the Reach 
and the Klng-BoIt are working, which prevents the Axle from 
being worn out. 

3d. The front hounds are braced solid to the axles, which 
will hold the hounds solid until the Wagon is worn out. 

4th. All Axles are turned out bv the Axlotree Lathe Ma- 
chine, and are therefore, exactly alike in every regard, which 
j^lves the great advantage over those made by hand, that every 
axle has the same set and gether, which enables us to furnisli 
a new axle in the place of such as may l>e broken by some 
accident ; and, as it is exactly a duplicate, any farmer can put 
K in in a few minutes, and the wagon will ran as easy and 
light as ever before, saving time and expenses in going to a 


Delivered on board Cars, at Niles. Michts:«n. 

No. 1. One-horse, Thimble Skein, JV in- Spindle, with 

Spring Beats and Thills, l>i r 96 Tire $50 W 

No. 2. One-horse. Iron Axle, l^i in. Spindle, with Spring 

Seats and Thills, IVxJi Tire 66 00 

No. 3. One-horse, Thimble Skein, S»i In. Spindle, with 
Spring under Box and Spring Seats and Thills, 
\h^% Tire 60 00 

No. 4. One-horse, Iron Axle, 1»4 in. Spindle, with Spring 
under Box, and Spring Seats and Thills, 
l^x% Tire 66 00 

No h. Two-Horse, Thimble Skein, 8 in. Spindle, l%x^ 

Tire, with common Double Box 68 00 

No. 7 IVo-Horse, Thimble Skein, 33i Inch Spindle. 

I>6 xMSth Tire,wit?b common Double Box. . 70 OR 

Ho. b. Heavy Two-Huifcie, Thimbiu JSkeiii, 3*2 iu. Spiu- 
rile, U/s X 9-lt»th and IJg s h Tire, with common 
Double Box or Cottou Bed 72 OOi 

No. y. Two-Horst'. Iron Axle, 1^ >". Spindle, li^gX^^ 

Tire, with Double Box 70 00 1 

No, 10. Two-Horse, Iron Axle, Hi in. Spindle, 1% x % 

Tire, with common Double Box 75 00| 

Accompanying each Wagon, to make it complete, are T 
Doubletree, 2 Sinj^lelrees, 1 Neck-i'oke, 1 pair of Stay-Chains, 
1 Wrench and 1 Spring Seat. 

AH Thimble Skein Wagv)ns have Hickory Axle.-, and tht 
Wheels and the Gearing are made of the Be!?t Quality of Oaki 
and Hickory, all Thoroughly Reasoned and Wai^anttd 

Brake $4.50 Extra. 


Delivered on board of Carb, at Nilcs, Michigan. 

No. 1. Piano Box, Open.... $125 00 With Top. .. .$230 0() 

No. 2. Coal Box, Open 125 OC' With Top.... 230 0>; 

No. 3. Yacht Box, Open.... 125 00 WithTop.... 230 CD 

No, 4. Square Box, Open 110 0' 

No. A. Square Box, Open, with Top 180 Oi 

No. 5. Two-8eated Open Carriage 150 0) 

All Fine Buggies with SARVENT'S PATENT WHEELS, 
and the beet Axle» and Springs that are made. 

All Light Bodies are made of Hard Wood, and the Gearings 
are all of Second-growth Hickory. 

We can put from 22 to 25 Wagons on a Car. No Wagon; 
shipped, unlefs the order is accorni)anied by the money, oi 
has the " Grange Seal " attached. We ehall require our montj 
within 10 days from date of shipment. 

ITfonteoinery War»t A Co. 


>i^vTvuf^v%.c!TuriEi> iron 


"Our Own" Spring Bed 

Ak it Miiptar-i rtaily ftir u«e and hIko pHck«'d for Khipnient. 

Ii;flruclioi)H for ^'t•tliTll,' up arc .-c»i with o.uli IWd. 

Thevc an" tt.c- l.<Kf Shil SprinL' B.-dn in 

mark'-r. Wi- sell tluin at *'.i.75 CMch. 

Seepai:('45. No. 16'J.1. T!u-y an- 


aii'l uitiiiii tli«- r.;ich if all '.u price. In 'ndtriiiL'. "••nd the 
length <.f oiic of ilif cro-s-slals of your hedi-MMid and we will 
Reiul a tit. No iroiiMr to put tln*m loi:<Mlior. The rstHb- 
iplu'(l r.'lail pricf (.f i1)i-kc I'.ciIh has hiiii for yciri- from SfnW 
to $t;.fH). iviuiit^fonicry. AVnrd A- Co., 

2Uj !4i i">4 KiNZJr. Stkkkt 


Pullman Palace Car 

The most delicate and exquisite Perfume \ 
ever offered to the trade. J^o better 
ever imported. In retentive quali- 
ties it certainly has no equal, 
as it requires but a Drop 
to perfume the hand- 
kerchief for days. 
It ia a combination of the choicest odors distilled 
from the flowers cultivated in the south of France and 
Jtalv, which is the flower garden of the world; and, 
as these odors are imported direct from the distillers 
by Messrs. Bell Mann & Co., 16^3 Wabash Avenue. 
Cxiicngo, 111., (manufacturers of these exquisite per- 
fumes), they are enabled to present the Bouquet 
from extracts in their original purity. 

We offer the Gfoods at the foUowine; wholesale prioes. Ton can have ai 

mach or little as you want. 
PULLMAN PALACE CAR, Lubln's size bottles, « d©«., $6.00 

WHITE ROSE. ' 6.00 

PKBRLK8S, ' 6.06 

Tb«r« \m aoth-iiii; that oe a(M« to the toilet m a littte perfamc 






For Marking Bage>, BoxeH, and Barrels. 


For Marking Cattle, Tools. Ac. 

In piiceB, can and will compete -with the low«8t 
In execution, surpass all. 


Montgomery A^ ard &Co, 

WUl k« Pnttnptlv rUUd. 


J. Enoch LoT^e, 


To some the qnotalioii cf LiqiiorJ*. In this CiitaloifUe, rajiy 
bf ohjeclioniihle. As an i-xpliination wc bi-f? to .«t;iie that we 
allow llu'.-'t' quotationp at Iheiequeetof miuiy of ourcuetomers 
hUc] as a sptH-ial jucsnimoflation to Mr. Lowe. 

We shall not derive one cent profit from the pale of these 
fioodf. and do notwisli to be at. any losf^ for tluia eud^'avoring 
to meet the demand of our friends. Mr. Lowe was educated 
to the Liquor trade in Kentucky, and underytands it thoroiiL'hly. 
lie has been Head Book-Keeper in our tiotisc for a lona: time, 
ai d ha.- jnoved in every re.«p*"Ct tru-<tworthy. He having 
received th<> atjency of Messrs. S. & Co. for the fale of their 
iroods. \vc (k-8ire. *n part, to nT02:nize his valuable efforts in 
our behalf, by thue ailowinir him a sjjacc for the quut ition of 

Orders addressed in the care of MOy^T(i OM ERY 
It Alt!) i£- CO., or directly to them, will meet with prompt 

Arranpemonts have been made to ship Liquors alontr witii 
their c;oods. and thereby often saving: additional charges for 

Shipments to be made by Express, C. O. "D., or by Freight 
wht'D the Grange Seal is attached to the order and- ordered 
so. or by Freic'ht when money is paid in advance. 

No coods sold on longer time than 15 day8 from date of 

Money to be par in Chicago, without Express charge or 
any other cost to me. 


e gal. keg 9'i per cent. Bourbon $1 70 

»i gal. keg 95 per cent, liourbon 1 85 

6 gal. keg 100 per cent. Bourbon 2 00 

(> gal. keg Lowe's Silver Tide Uonrbon 8 25 

6 gal. keg Lowe's Silk Tinish Bourbon, "No. 2 2 35 


Btnirhon Whiskey continued. Per tiullen. 

6 phI. kou LoweV Silk Finish Bourbuu, No. 1 2 50 

6 K&\. kep .3 year old Bourbon Jl 00 

6 ;:al. ket: 4 y.'iir old Bourbon :": 4 00 . 

6 gal. ket: 5 y»)tr old Bourbon 5 00 

6 i;al. kec H ytai" old r.onrbon 6 00 

RYE WHISKEY. Per Gallon. 

6 sjnl. kej; 90 j)er ceni. Rye $1 75 

b ^al. keg 95 ixT^cent. Rye 190 

6 Ral. Ke;,' 100 pel cent. Rye 2 10 

♦) gal. kej: Low eV-' Silver Tide Rye. 8 35 

b gal. kei:L«weV Silk Fini.-h Rye, No. 2 2 50 

« gal. ket: Lowe'e Silk Finish Rye, No. 1 3 00 

6 gal. keg. 4 year old Rye t 4 00. 

6 gal. keg 5 year old Rye 5 00 

b gal. ke;; 6 year old Itye. (cheap) ^ ''^\. 

BRANDY Per Gallon. 

95 per C«ut. Brandy $1 9'> 

100 per cent Brandy 2 10 • 

Blended Brandy...'.:..:... -■:.- 2 35 

Pufe Culiforniii Grap^ Brandy :i OO 

Pure Grape Brandy, Vintage 1869 4 OO 

Imported Brandy, extfa , 4 00 

WINES. Per Gallon. 

I'ort Wine , - S'J W 

Port Wine 2 50 

Sherry Wine.: 2(0 

Sherry Wine 2 50 

Angelica Wine, Hweet SI '5 to 2 25 

GIN. Per Gal lot). 

D»)me!«lic Gin, Holland $1^5 

Dome«tic Gin, HoUaud •. , ■i 00 

Domestic Gin, Old Tom 2 25 

Domestic Gin, Old Tom * "o 

Holland Gin, (Imported) 5 7.'') 

£nglibh Old Tom Gin. (Imported) H 00 

RUM. Per Gallon. 

Jamaica Rum $1 85 

Jamaica Rum, good 2 OO 

Jamaica Rum. flue i $2 25 to 3 00 


Rum contiuued. Per Gallon. 

New England Rum, domestic 185 

Pure New England Rum 2 00 

Pure New England Rum, 8 yeari old 3 00 


Kuimmel, (Caraway Seed Whiskey) 175 

Kulmmel, (German, double) .. 2 26 

AquaVitffi 175 

Scotch Whiskey, 105 per cent 2 26 

Scotch Whiskey, 110 per cent 2 75 

Ramsay's Scotch, (guaranteed Imported) 5 75 

Irish Whiskey, 105 per cent 2 60 

Irish Whiskey, 110 per cent. 3 00 

Cherry Brandy $l.g5to 2 25 

Blackberry Brandy, pure 2 75 

Blackberry Brandy 2 00 

Blackberry Wine, pure 2 75 

Blackberry Wine... ^ 2 00 

Peach Brandy, pure 3 00 

Apple Brandy, pure 8 00 

Pawnee Bitters 1 76 

WeKt India Bitters, very fine 2 25 

KEGS. (Empty.)' 

Per Keg. 

^ sjal. Keg $125 

6 gal. Keg 1 :" 1 50 

10 gal. Keg 176 

JUGS. (Empty.) 

Per Jug. 

1 gal.Jng Jl S 15 

2 gal . Jug 26 

3 gal Jug 45 

A charge of 15 cents will he made for case and packing 

of single Jug or Demijohn. Jugs can be packed in case 
with Dry Goods without any danger of breaking. 

All Liqtfors quoted ar^ warranted pure, and prices are 
guaranteed to be low; cheaper goods dould be quoted, but 
I would not like to recommend tbem a« being free from 

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