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Price, per Case of 12 Large Bottles, 5 to a Gallon: PORT WINE, No. 1.. .$4.00 RYE WHISKEY, No. 3.
.$4.00 PORT WINE, No 2.... 5.00 RYE WHISKEY, No. 4.
5.00 DURAND PORT
6.00 SHERWOOD RYE SHERRY WINE, No. 1..
4.00 GOLDEN WEDDING RYE. SHERRY WINE, No. 2.
5.00 DOUGHERTY RYE DAVIES SHERRY 6.00 HERMITAGE RYE
11.00 SWEET CATAWBA WINE.. 4.00 BOURBON WHISKEY, No. 3... ANGELICA WINE
4.00 BOURBON WHISKEY, No. 4... 5.00 ANGELICA, OLD
5.00 BOURBON WHISKEY, No. 6.... SWEET MUSCATEL . 4.00 MEGIBBEN'S BOURBON
8.00 SWEET MUSCATEL, OLD 5.00 OLD CROW BOURBON
. 12.00 BLACKBERRY BRANDY, No. 3. 4.00 HOLLAND GIN, No. 3. BLACKBERRY BRANDY, No. 4. 5.00 HOLLAND GIN, No. 4.
5.00 BLACKBERRY BRANDY, OLD.. 6.00 RYE MALT GIN
6.00 BLACKBERRY BRANDY,'Very old 8.00 JAMAICA RUMS...$5, 36, $8 and 10.00 CIDER BRANDY.......$5, $6 and 8.00 SCOTCH WHISKEY...$6, $8 and 10.00
PRICE PER KEG, CONTAINING 4 1-2 GALLONS: Rye Whiskey, No. 3, per keg.$7.00 Sherwood Rye, per keg. ... .$9.00 Rye Whiskey, No. 4, per keg. 8.00 Golden Wedding Rye, per kg.12.00
Kegs boxed, 25 cents extra. We will pack an assortment of Wines and Liquors in Case, if so desired, without extra charge. Half case, containing six bottles, at one-half the price of full Persons wishing goods sent C. O. D. must remit $1 with order to insure good faith. All goods packed in plain boxes and shipped to any part of the United States. Complete price list free. Beautiful lithograph calendar for 1896 now ready. Mailed to any address on receipt of 10c. in stamps. 25 good cigars by mail, postpaid $1. J. C. CHILDS & CO., 346 Eighth Ave., N. Y, City.
MARTIN B. BROWN,
Blank Book Manufacturer,
49 & 51 PARK PLACE,
RAILROAD DEPARTMENT, 206 & 208 Fulton St.
ENGRAVING AND LITHOGRAPHING.
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If so, mention this advertisement and send 16 cents in stamps or cash and we will send you a 44 1 he best Timported. Any kind you may select-Formosa, Oolong, Mixed, Japan, Ceylon, Assam, Gunpowder, Young Hyson, Imperial, Congou, Souchong, &c. How are your China Closets? Are the old dishes chip
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Plates, Knives and Forks, Tumblers, Goblets, given to Club Agents.
GOOD INCOMES made by getting
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of Fine Teas by mail or express for $2.25,
charges paid. Broadway and Cortlandt St.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA NEW-YORK.
CO., 31 and 33 Vesey-st., New York, ESTABLISHED 1821.
N. Y. P. O. Box 289.
USED BY THE PEOPLE AND GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED
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346 & 348 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
JOHN A. McCALL, President.
Assets, January 1, 1895,
THE annual report of the Company for the year
ending December 31, 1895, will be issued about January 15, 1896.
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