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PRICE LIST
OF THE
Farmers 1 i Siate i Exchange,
BUSINESS OFFICE.
224 Front Street. Memphis, Ten».
In ordering please give ns your post of
fico, nearest express oflico and depot or
landiug, with name of your county, thus
enabling us at this end to take advantage
of ihe best rate.
DRY GOODS.
Brown cottons 5 to 8c.
Bleached Cottons 5 to 12'on.
Choviots 7 to 12 'oc.
Duck 10 to 20c.
Shirting 4 lo 7loo.
Shirting Checks 9 to 12bje.
Wigan 7 to to Do.
Jem s 12 to to GUe.
Jeans Pants 60c lo $2.
Suits of Clotkos. Good, $7.75 to $13.50.
Brown Drilling GL to 1.0c.
Cambric 5c and up.
Cor-ot Jeans (Do to 8c.
Prints 5 to 8loo.
Shirting Stripes 8 tol2L>c.
Ticking 9 to 20c.
Cotton Yarn 8 to 20c.
Kersey 40 to 50c.
Jeans Coats $2 each.
Suits of Clothes, common, $2.30 and up.
PRICES ON SHOES IN OASES OF 1 DOjJ PR.
Men's Columbia Kip Boots $1 75.
'' Longfellow Kip Boots $3 00.
" Silver Moon Kip Boots $2.20.
" Desoto Kip Boots $2.75.
" Eldorado Kip Bools 2.25.
" Iron Clad S. Kip Boots $2.50.
" Arkansas I* Calf Boots $3 00.
" Y'azoo Della Calf Boots $3 09.
" G A Co Veal Calf Boots $3 00.
" Black Grain Sporting Boots $4 50.
" All Calf Top Tiger Boots $3 50.
" M, S. to D S Calf P T Boots $3 50
Bovs, Mohawk Bust Top $1.50.
Mens' Very Best Brogans $1 25.
" Warranted Brogans $1 20.
" Standard Brogans $1 15.
" No 2 Brogans $1 05.
" Top Warranted Brogans 1 25.
" D S War Alaska Brogans, Vory Best
Made $1 35.
Men's Brogan's 70c to $1 25.
Men's P Calf Ties. Unlined, Best West
Point $1 25to$l 75.
Men's P C Best French Ties $1 85.
Men's Bals $1 10to 1 50.
Men's Seamless Congress $1 -!0 to $2 50.
Women's Kip Pegged Polkas 70c to 85c. j
Children's Polkas 50c to 75:
Women's Calf Polish Polkas 75c to$l 35.
Women's Sewed Button Dongaia $1 00 and
up,
Women's French Kid Button Sewed Dou
golas $2 50 to S i 50.
Tn less than dozen lots add 10c per pair.
There are about 500 different styles in
this line and of course 1 canuot list them
all. but will bo glad to givo special attention
to orders for any styles. The foregoing
nro prices on single pairs, in cases of one
dozou pairs, anil are direct from headquar
ters.
AMMUNITION.
Powder, 11125 lb cans
cans $2.80; in 0*4 lb cans $1,00.
Shot $1.25 per sack. Buck Shot $1.50.
Cnos, Hicks 45c por thousand; Eley's 70c;
Musket 75e.
.10; in 12*« lb
DRUGS.
Castor Oil, 2 oz bottles 70c per doz; 4 oz
$1,20; 8 oz $2. Per gallon $1 50
Turpentine, 2 ez bottles GOc per doz; 4 oz
90c; 8 oz $1.50. Per gallon 65c
Sweet Oil, True Olive, 2 oz bottles 75c por
doz: 4 oz $1.50; 8 oz $2.
Aqua Ammonia, 2 oz bottlts 70c per dozen;
4 ox $1.50.
Chloroform, 2 oz bottles $3 per doz. 4 oz
$3.75; per lb, inclusive, 05o
Morphine. *8 0 x. hot, P A- W $3 1 O per doz
'' " N Y $4 50
Opium $5 per pound.
Glycerine, Spirits Nitre, Spirits Camphor,
Number Six, Paragorio. Essence Cinua
mnu. Essence Peppermint, Syrup Ipe
<• ic and Tiuc Arnica all as follows:
bottles 70c per doz; 4 oz $150; 8oz $3.
Laudanum and Tine Iodine, 1 oz bottles
$1.20 per doz; 2 oz $1.59; 4oz $3.
Calomel, English, looz bottles $1.20 doz.
Blue Mass, L>oz bot 75c per doz.
Dovers Powders, 1 oz bot $1.20 per dox.
Carbolic Acid crystalized, 1 oz Dottles $2
per doz; 2 oz$3.50. J
Chlorate Poiash, loz bottles 75c per doz; 2
oz bottles $1.50.
Bromide Potash, 1 oz bottles 85c por doz;
2 oz $1.85.
Iodtde l'otasli pefTh $ >
Sub Nitrate Bismuth $2 25 per lb
Epsom Salts 5c per pound.
Glaubuler Salts 4c per pound.
Copperas 5c per pound.
English Itosiu lc per pound.
Brimstone 5c per pound.
Camphor 45c per pound.
As lafualita 20c per pound; in J .j oz bottles
50c per dozen.
Putty, 20 lb, bladders, 5c per pound.
Cinchonidia 20c per ounce.
Mustard English per dozen 75c.
Coim m's Mustard. I4 lb box 75c por doz.
Blacking. No 1, 30c jier doz; No 2 60c.
Snpolia, 81 per dozen.
Tripoli, 75c per dozen.
Benzine, 5 oz bottles $1.25 per dozen.
Sulphur Go per pound.
Alum 5c per pound.
Blue Stouo 15c per pound. 1
Borax I5c per pound.
Sal Soda 3toe pox pound.
Salt Peter, Commercial, 10c per pound.
Salt Potrc, C P 15c per pound.
Quinine, P it W 1 oz bottle 53c.
Quinine P it W. ig oz bottle 30c.
Empty Capsules all sizes $1.40 per thous.
Shoe Polish Whitmores $1 per doz.
Shoe Polish Acme $1.50 per doz.
Castile Soap Mottled GOc per doz bars.
Castile Soap Mottled 10c per poand.
Castile Soap White 90c per dozen bars.
Castile Soap White 20c per pound.
Prepared Chalk Drop, in 10 lb box, 8c lb.
" Pink in 10 lb box l()c lb.
" Perfumed t-glb box 50c doz.
Blueing Sifting $1.G0 per gross.
Blueing Liquid 40c per dozen bottles.
Diamond Dyes all colors 90c per doz.
Cloves 30o per pound.
Cinnamon 12toc per pound.
Cinnamon powdered 25c per pound.
Cream Tartar commercial 23c per pound.
1 oz
Goluline Cooper's $1 75 per doxen,
Gelatine Cox's $2 per dozen.
Extract Lemon 2oz com 75c per doz.
Extract Lemon V V & Co 2 oz $1 20 dox.
Extract Vanil' Crown 2 oz 90c per doz.
Extract Vanilla V V <fc Co 2 oz $1 50 doz.
Black Pepper sifted 25c per pound.
Rod Pepper powdered 25c per pound.
Allspice 13c per pound.
Nutmegs beit 80e per pound.
Mace 90c per pound.
GingerR acel2t<jo per pund.
Sago in and *i> lb packages 15c per lb.
Writing paper from 90c to $3 25 per ream
Envellopos 75c to
Mucilage 80c per dozen
HARDWARE.
Nails, steel, per keg tj<2 (»5
Barbed wire per 100 lbs $4 25
Galvanized wire $4 10 to $4 23
Farm Bells from $2 to $4.
Alabama cotton Seed Crusher $50.
Axes $0 25 to $9 per doz.
Hatchets $4 25 to $6 75 por dezen. .
Drawing Knives $5 50 to $8 per dozen".
Crosi Out Saws narrow lfiRjb per foot.
Cross Cut Saws Broad 38c per foot.
Blacksmith Hammers 16c per pound.
Braces $1 50 to $11 per dozen.
Bits $2 75 per set. •
Cooper Filet $8 75 por dozen.
Mill Files 8 inbh $1 20 per doz; 10 inch
$1 75 per dozen.
.Tack Planes 55c each.
Smoothing Planes 50o each.
Taper saw Files 3 inch 50c por doz; 3*2
inch 55e.
Monkey Wrenches 8 inch $2 75 por dozen;
10 inch $3 25.
Skilletiand Lids Be per pound.
Kettles and 1'ots 3L>c per pound.
Wedges 4c per pound.
Dog Irons 2L> cents per pound.
Harrow Teeth 3 !, 4 cents per pound.
Hoes $2 75 to $3 25 per doz.
Nails, iron $2 50|perkeg: Steel $2 CO
Grind Stone 1 *o cents per pound.
Grind Stone fixtures $3 45 per doz.
Well wheels 8 inch $2 50 per doz.
Well Wheels 10 inch $3 00 per doz.
Well Buckets $2 50 to $! 00 per doz.
Wheel Borrows $27 OO per doz.
Coffee Mills.$3 25 to $5 00 per doz.
Strap Hinges from 55c to $3 50 per doz.
Sncl Irons 4 cents per pound,
liâmes Good $3 25 to $4 50 por dozen.
Trace Chains good 20 to 37 cents.
Back Bands from $1 10 to $1 35 por doz.
Sheep Shears $8 00 per doz.
Gun Shells 12 boro $0 00 por M
Gun Shells 10 bore $5 05 per M
Pitcher l'nmps No. 1 $1 45.
Pilcher Pumps No. 2 1 00.
Pitcher Pumps No 3 I 85.
Pitcher Pumps Points 1 00.
Pitcher Pump piping 8 i«j per foot.
Ames' Shovel $8 75 per doz.
AuieC Spades $9 75 per doz.
Bush Hooks $8 75 to $12 50 per dozen.
Post Hole Diggers $8 per doz.
Knob Locks $2 25 to $21 per doz.
Pad Locks $1 20 to $4 50 per doz.
Cotton Beams 05 cents to $1 50c each.
Horse Brushes $2 50 lo $4 50 per doz.
1 lorse Shoos $-1 1 O per keg.
Mule Shoos $•> 10 por keg.
Lap Bings 55 cents per doz.
Babbct Metal 13L> cents per pound.
Cider Mills $11.
Stove Pipe 13 L> cents per joint.
Steel Butt« 4 inch $1 por doz.
Steam Power Hay Press $125 each,
llorse Power liay Press $100 each.
Hay Bake $12 each.
Lunn Stoves complete No 0 $8 80, No 17
No 8 $12 55.
50 per thousand.
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$9 50, No 27 $11
Higher Step Stoves complete No 6 $7 25,
No 7 $9 25 cents.
Engines priced on application.
IRON ROOFING,
to about seventy-five pounds
> 40 per square.
Crimped about 75 pounds to square $3 75
per square.
Pressed nhimling beam $3 75 per square.
Boiled caps $3 85.
Corrugated
to square
FERTILIZERS.
Owing to tho fact that most of tho fertil
izer companies have farmed out the territo
ry, or created local agençais throughout the
State, I cannot purehnse fertilizers for
those points except hero aud in Now Or
leans, and quotojyou as follows, fob in
Memphis:
Acid Phosphate
Kainit
Memphis fertilizer"
Laud Plaster " "
50
per ton $!
21 50
27 OO
11 00
LOVE WAGON.
2L inch Steel Skein $47 2i>.
23; inch Steel Skein $49 50.
3 inch Steel Skein 54 OO.
2E> inch Cast Skeiu 42 75.
24, inch Cast Skein 44 GO.
3 inch Cast Skeiu 49 50.
Delivered to any point on railroad in Missis
sippi at above prices.
This wagon has given pretty general sat
isfaction nmlis first-class in every particu
lar; it is made in Mississippi and its manu
facturers have always been liberal to our
organization, being the first wagon factory
having a Mississippi trade to give us inside
prices. This action on the part of tho Love
Wagon Co. lost them a great deal of trade
from merchants. If you want a first-class
wagon, buy theirs.
"WHEEL" WAGONS.
Owing to a storm, Bro. Jackson, presi
dent of this factory, has been unable to get
out his wagoti orders in the past,
writes mo'tliat he caujfiliull orders promptly
in ten days from now, but owing to the rise
in iron will have to make Iris prices 5 per
cent higher on orders received hereafter.
I desire to call your especial attention to
wa ngon manufactured by the Wheel of
Kentucky. It is a warranted wagon with j
oil-boiled wheels, etc., and at remarkably!
close fignres. 8ee them: " !
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Light 2 Horse at$34 75 or 3 for $99 75.
Medinm 2 Horse at $35 75 or 3 for $100.
Heavy 2Horso at $36 75 or 3 for $105.
I offer this wagon as a rival to tho l'eni
itentiary wagon manufactured at Jackson,
aud believe I am offering as good a vehicle
as can be had for the money. You need
not wrtte to me for tho Penitentiary wagon
as I cannot handle it.
GESTRING wagons f. O. B. ST. LOUIS.
2L> inch Thimble Skein cast $36 25.
2 44 inch
37 50.
39 40.
Extra Steel Skein $2 65
" Wheeler Bat. 1 25
" Bed Brake
" Stiff Tongue 1 10
Wagons without bed $7 less.
$4 50 less.
2 50
Tongue and Double-Tree
PIEDMONT WAOONS F. O. B. HICKORY, N. 0.
2*4 inch Thimble Skein cast body and seat
with shafts $29 50.
2Bj inch Thimble Skein cast $30 25
23 4 •*
37 50.
40.
2tfi inch Tubular Axle $41.
23 4 "
Iron Axlo quoted on application.
Kxtra Seats $2 25.
Bed Brakes $2 40.
Gear Brakes .24 25.
Steel Skeins $2 40.
Tubular Axle brakes and seats extra same
as on Thimble Skom.
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SEWING MACHINES I' O II AT FACEORY.
Bomiugton High Arm 2 Drawers listed ®
$50, wo sell fob for $18.
Bomiugton High Arm 4 Drawers listed @
$55, we soli fob for $20.
Remington High Arm B Drawers listod @
$00, we sell fob for $21.
Eldridgo High Arm 2 Drawers listed ® $53,
we sell fob for $18.
Eldridgo High Arm 1 Drtwers listod @ $55,
we s*ll f o I, for $20.
Eldridgo High Arm 9 Drawers lifted @ $60,
we sell fob for
Improved Family 4 drawer Singer »tyle $16
The Jewel, «aiil to bo the lntest Improve
ment in sewing machines, handsomi and
good, $18.
These are direct from the factory. We ean
give you other machines but would haT«
to get them from sab agents. We handle
a cheaper machine, if you need any will
bo glad to quote.
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FLOUR.
At the Mill»—Patent $4 30; Extra Fancy
$3 85; Fancy $3 90.
At Memphis—First Patent $4 65; Medium
Patent $4 40; Half Patent $4 20, Extra
Fancy $4 15; Fancy $4 09.
The freight rate from Memphis to nearly
all Mississippi point« ii so much loss than
from tho Mill« that the flour will oost about
the name from «ith«r pias«, freight consid
ered; anil so much time can be saved by
shipping from hore that I think it to the in
terest of th« brethren to order from thi»
poiht as I can guarantee prompt shipments.
GROCERIES.
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Bice 1 to G cents.
Lard. Boliuod 5 , [email protected]*.io; Choice Leaf 6l<>
@63.40.
Sugars, Yellow Clarified 6I4 to 6 n s; Pure
Whits (Jly to 6Oj; Off white G'-> to G 3 g;
Granulated 7*[email protected]^; Powdorid 814(5
8*2; Cut Loaf 8'go
Molasses common to fair 20 to 28c; Prime
to Choice 35 tp 42; Fancy 14c. Cea
trifugal common to fair 21 to 27: Prime
to Choie« 35 to 12; Syrup 25 to 40
Coffee common 17c; I!io 21®21*<jc.
Bulk Meats—clear rib sides 5*40 shoul
der», 4 t.jc.
Pork, Hums, etc.—Mess pork, $10.50 ®
11 .()• ; sugar-cured hami, 10 l [email protected] 1 2e;
breakfast bacon, 7 64® 10c; olear rib
side bacon, 6 *mc.
Salt, (in barrels) Ohio, $1 40, Lagonow
$1 50, Louisiana $1 15. Liverpsol liait
coarse, par sack, $1 [email protected] 20: line $ 25
(!<'i 40. Tablo Salt 2®10o per saek, as
to size.
Oatmeal, etc.---Cracked wheat, $4.25 per
half brl ; hominy and grits,$3.09 per brl ;
oatmeal, $3.51,1 per half brl.
Commuai —Penal $1.99 per brl; Tennsssea
$1 80 per barrel.
Crackers—XXX Soda 5*40; cream 7c; gin
ger snaps 7c; jumbles and cakss 9c.
Candles full weight 9 cants.
O11 canned go .Ms and fancy groceries we
givo tho very best prices to bo had.
GRAIN.
Corn—In store, white, 36o. ; miied 35c.
Oats—In store, white, 33c ; mixed 31c;
red 35c.
Bran—-In »tore, 65c per 100 lbs; carload
lots, $12.00 par ton.
Hay—In store, choice, 75c; prime, 70c;
prairie. 55c per owt.; corload lots,
choice, $13.09 @ 1350; prime, $12.50
@16.00 ; prairie, $9.00 per ton.
CHEESE, HUTTER, EGGS, ETC.
Dairy Proucts—Choose full or'mI2®12L>e;
Young
@8c,
[email protected]; Country [email protected]; Butterine 13
@18c.
Eggs and Poultry—Chickens, hens, $2 75
@3 00 por doz: mixed [email protected] 50; young
[email protected] 20. Turkeys, live, $9®12 per
doz; dressed [email protected] 1 gc per lb. Ducks,
young, k $l [email protected] 75 per doz. Eggs 12L>
©1 le per doz lor cases
FISII AND GAME.
Mackerel, half barrels (80 lbs) No 1 [email protected]
9 75; No 2 $8 [email protected]$9
10-Hi kits No 1 $1 45; No 2 $1 35. N
C roc herrings, per half barrel. $6 75;
Dry herrings, family, per box 35c. Ven
ison whole $6 lo $8.
HIDES, WOOL AXE FURS.
America 12®13e; prime fiat 7
Butter creamery 25®27c; dairy
No 3 $8 25.
Fnrs—Deor'skins 25 to 27c: bear skin» $1
lo $0 each: mink skins 15 to 40c coon
skins hunter handled. 1 5 to 50c; coon
skins country handled, 15 to 50c. otter
skins [email protected]; beaver skins [email protected]$5; wild
cat skins [email protected]; fox skins 25® 75c:
muskrat skins [email protected]: opossum skins
IOC" 15c: wolf skins [email protected]$2: panther
skins 50c®$l: skunk skins [email protected]
Hides—Dry flint No 18 UQiOe: No 2 5 ! 4®
(!c; dry salted [email protected]; green salted No 1
No 2 3c; green 3c; sheep skin 15®
candy.
Large and smalh ticks 9 to 1 lc.
Good Fancy mixed in 50 pound bnckots,
per bucket $6 50.
Nico Lino Fancy in 5 lb boxes at following
prices per box, viz:
Mint Conversational Lozenges, Chocolate
Drops, Jujuta Horse Slices, Lady Kisses,
Carom Is and lletuni Balls $1;
Coco Bails, Cook Cakes, California Fruits,
Pears, Apricots, Peanut Bars, Oi nngejaml
Lemon Bars, Bock Candy and Crystaliz
ed Gum Drops 85c
Gum Drops and Japan Oocoanut C5c.
4 1
Hoc.
Burry grease wool unwashed 12L>®15c;
grease wool [email protected]: burry washed 22®
30e: clearjwashed [email protected] Beeswax 20c:
Tallow 31.>®4c. Feathers [email protected]
TOBACCO.
By Hogshead 3c aud up.
B R Bello 28c per pound.
Dixie Belle 37e per pound.
Mollie Johnson 45c por pound.
Arransas Belle 40c per pound.
King Solomon 35c per pound.
Alliance 32c per pound.
Jumbo 28c; Poach and Honey 32c; Rosebud
35c; Nannie Lee 40c.
Smoking Tobacbo 25 to 55c ser pound.
FSrjTS.
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Lemons$2 25 per box,
Oranges $5 por barrai.
Oranges $2 75 to $3 pur box.
Cocoanuts packed 5 to Gc euch.
Basins I4 box $110.
Datos Sbjc per pound,
l'runoa 7 to8c «er pound.'
Currants 7 to 8c per pound.
Figs 7 to 15c per pound.
Citron Leghorn 25 co 27c per pound.
Almonds 17c per pound.
Walnuts 15 to 10c per pound.
Filberts 11 to 12c per pound.
Brazil Nuts 10c per pound.
Pecans 8 to 19c per pound.
Peanuts Bed Be por pound,
Peanuts White 9 to 10c pound,
Maccuroni. 1
Apples $2 7'
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o 3 50 per barrel.
Cabbages in caates 10 to 12c per head.
LAMPS.
Glass Stand and lamp Crystal, I'lain, Fig
ured and Polka Dot with burners only
$2 50 to $6 per doz. Colored $2 75 to
$6 per doz.
No 5 assortment of 24 lamps $5 50.
No <> assortment of 24 lamp« green, blue
and old gold $5 75.
Glass Hand Lamps with bnrnors only from
$1 65 to $2 80 per doz.
Bras« Hand Lamps completo $1 75 to $3
per dozen,
Swinging Hall Lamps oach $2 and up.
LANTERNS, PER DOZ.
Leader $G 50. Iiuekoyo $7. Itailroad
Tubular $3 25. Candle $2 00.
Oil and Candi« $3.
$5 7
LAMP CniMNETS.
No 0 Bulbed Crimped 3(lo per doz.
No 1 Bulbed Crimped 32c per doz.
No 2 Bulbed Crimped45c per doz.
Packed 3 to (5 doz in a case. 10c per doz
additional charged on leBs quantities than a
case.
GALVANIZED WARE.
Well iluekects cono top 4 to 6 inches from
$7 25 to $10 per doz.
Wash Basin« 11*2 inch $1 40 per doz; 13
inch $2 por doz.
Bath Tub« from $3 50 to $G 50 euch.
Cuspadores $1 40 to $4 75 per doz.
Bowl aud Pitcher Japan ware $7 25 per doz
Tea Trays Japanned $2 md up owing to
size.
Crumb Brush aud Tray $5 per doz.
Bex Grates 30c per dozen,
Candi« Stick* No 1 50c per doz; Save all
75c per doz.
Popper Boxes large 35c der doz; small 30e.
PIECED TINWARE.
i Covered Buckets GOc por doz and up.
Open Milk Buckets $1 50c per doz and up.
Milk bucket with struiner $2 per doz and up
Milk strinors 90c and $1 per doz.
Funnels *0 pt 50c per doz; pt 55c; quart 75;
*2 gal $1 25.
Measures to pt 50e per doz; 1 pt 60c; 1 qt
85c;l<2 gallon $1 25; gallon $2 50.
*2 pt cups 30c per doz.
Partition Dinner Buckets $2 50 per doz.
Coffee Pots quarts $1 per 'doz;l**>qts
$1 25; 2 qts $1 50; 3 qts $1 GO.
Coffee Boilers copper bottom Gin each 35c;
7 in 40c; 8 in 90c; 0 in 70e.
Eureka Oil Cans $1 75 per doz.
Dish Pans 1<) qt $2 25 per doz.
for every 2 inches.
Sauce Pau» 2 qt $1
G qt $2 50.
Sheet Grate» 50cper doz.
GLASSWARE.
Add 50a
per doz; 4 qt $2 25
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Dishes and Bowls oval 7 to 9 inch 50
to 75c per doz.
No 303 Bowls, 10 inch $4 per doz.
Coral liowls 8 inch $1 40 per doz,
Bijou Fruit Bowl 8 inch $3 60 per dozou.
Berry Bowls 8 inch $2 25 per dozen.
Budiant Bowls 10 inch $3 25 per dozen.
Nappies 4 U to 5 inch 50 to GOc per dozen.
Sweetmeats 6 inch $1 50 to $1 G5 per doz.
l'icklo Dishes 55 to 65c per dozen.
Candy Trays 8 to 10 inch $1 40 to $2 25
por dozen.
Salvers 10 to 14 inch $2
to $9 per doz.
Glass mug« No 1 Acme 40c per iloz; as
sorted colors 50c.
Castors Swiss 2 bottle $3 35 per doz 3 bot
tle assorted colors $3 25; 4 bottle assort
ed colors $5 59; 5 bottle assorted colors
$8 2.5: 4 bottle assorted decoration $7 50
Shaker Salts and Pepper 50c to $1 25 per
dozen.
Half-gallon pitchers $2 45 to $3 GO per
doz, packed 1 L> to 2 doz in barrel.
Tablo Sets 4 pieces $2 75 toJ$3G5 per dez
sets, packed 1 to 2 doz sets in barrel.
Butter Dishes 85e to $1 25 per doz.
Water Sets $5 75 to $7 75 pe: doz, packed
1 doz sot« in a barrel.
Bowls Covered on foot 6 to 8iueh $2 10 to
$9 per doz.
Bowls uncovered on foot G to 8 inch $1 65
to $4 50 per doz.
Plain and Fancy Tin Toilet Sets $1 10 to
$3 75 por set.'
Individual Table Salts square, oval or
round 25c per doz.
Sugar Dishes Andes $1 per doz;Magic 95c,
Andes and Magic Cream 75c per doz.
Celeiies $1 50 per doz.
Egg Glasses 75c to $1 50 per doz.
Jellies l;i pis 33c per doz; pts 10c.
Cruets plain peppers, vinegars and mus
tards title per doz; lino engraved $3 50.
to 50c per doz, packed G doz
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Tumblers
to box.
Goblets 37 to $1 08 per doz, packed 0 doz
in barrel.
Assorted barrels Gobleti 8 doz $3 GO.
Molasses Cans $1 to
83 per doz.
STAMPED tin.
Binning Pans 7 to 21 qt $2 to $4 50 per doz.
Wash Pans 50 to 00c per dozen.
Tin Him Seives $1 75 to $2
Electric'$2 25; Eclipse $1
Fie Plates acallnped or plain 8 inch 30c per
dozen; 9 inch35c.
Scalloped Cake Paus 8 inch tubed 45c per
dozen; lo inch tubed 55c; 8 iuck not tub
ed 40c; 10 inch not tubed 45c.
Lipped Snuce l'ans$l to $2 50 per doz.
Pudding Pans C5c to $1 05 per dox.
Egg Whippem wood handles $1 25 per doz;
tin handies $1.
Dipperi L> pt to 4 pt 35c to GOc per doz.
Milk Pans 1 qt to 12 qt 35cto$i 25|perdoz.
Octagon Cake Moulds 80c to $1 25 per doz.
Common Cake Pans G to cards $2 to $3 50
per doz.
Basting Spoons 35 to 55c per doz.
Dippers Britannia cone shape $2 75 per
doz; Britannia cup shaped $3; Retinnod
75c.
Flesh Forks 70c to $1 25.
Tea spoons $1 50 per gross.
Table Spoons $2 25 per gross.
per doz;
PLOWS
I
: Jarrell pattern to $2 10, 04 $2 33. Points
13toc each—Avery.
: Genuine cast to and 8 $2 75; Imitation
cast $2 25. Genuine points J 6c, Imita
tion 14 c
I Genuine Sleel Pony $4 73. Points 60c.
Genuine Sleel A O $5 50, Points 75c
j Imitation By Pony $3 25; points 40c.
I limlatiou Ky A O $3 75; points 50c.
! Georgia Stocks 00c each.
I Dow Law Cotton Planters $5 each
j Steel coulters and bands <i ! *jo per pound
! Wrought clevis $1 25 per doz; cast 90c
Heel bolts ttyxOBj 75c per doz
Grass rods 14 in long $! per doz
Single trees $1 75 por doz
Plow bandies $1 per doz
Plow double trees $1 59 per doz
Plow Beams 50c each
Steel shovels
Magnolia, Mis^., and Alabama sweeps 5tçc
per pound
Memphis, Mississippi, Indiana
shovels 5 h_c. per pound
Southerns & Browns turning shovels 6c
per pound
Bull tonguos 6c per pound
Doubl« shovel blades 7c per pound
Plow and Scraper bolts per 11)0— :, sll i.,
x2 in $2 30.
per pound
Avery
and ;l „xl :t rt inches $1 89;
3.|x 3 in 50c per dozen.
Eureka Cultivators $4 each
Averv's Blue Grass Complote Sulky Plow
$38
Avery,« Double Shovel», wood and iron
beam, $2 35
Avery'« Side Harrow $4 CO each
Avery'» new ground plows—1-horse $4 50;
2-horse $5 50; 1 -horseimproved $5 50,
2-fcoTsa improved $0 60
Uri« Tru«Blno Plow« No O $0 10
Atkin» Silver Steel Diamond or Dexter
tooth saws 80e per foot.
Wheel Barrows $1 <55 each.
Dayton Chain Pownr Mower $40 OO
Whitley Mower $52 50
Brown Cultivator (walking) $22 each
" (riding) $31 50each
Iron Age Cultivator« $4 50 each
Cutaway Harrow $29 each
Dow Law Cotton Plonters $ I 75 oach
Farquah«r "
Barber Corn Drill $13 SO
Evans Corn Drill, now, $14
Brinley O C Plow« with extra points $5.
12 inch shovals 41*40 per pound
If " sweeps 4 Le " pound
3 to 5 in bull tongues 5c pound
Twisters, all sizes, 5*qc por pound.
Lay steel 7c p»r pound
Band, bar and rod iron 2340. rate
Breast chains $3 to (550 per doz rata
Will sell any plow you want at wkoleales
flrieos
Any article not priced will be sold at the
closest marketprioeson day of shipment:
SNUFF.
Garrett's 6 oz $10 99 per ouso of 4 doz.
Garrett's 1 oz $3 25.
Balph's (5 oz $10 25.
Kalph's 1 oz $3.
Burton's 0 oz $19 :
Burton's 1 oz $2 75
5 50 "
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CIDER, VINEGAR, ETC.
Pickles $7 per barrel: $3 75 half barrel.
Kraut $4 25 per barre
Vinegar 12 1 [email protected]
Ozark Cider $2 75 par half barrel.
RAGGING AND TIES.
Bagging [email protected] Ties $1 2
SUNDRIES.
50 haif bariel
or bundle.
Combs 50c per doz and up.
Hair Brushes $1 per doz aud up.
Blacking Brushes $1 25c. por doz and up.
Wash Boards wood $L 25.
Wash Boards zinc $1 40 to $
Axo Handles from 85c to $1
Neives from $1 to $t 50c per acz.
Cement per barrell $2 25c.
Clothes Pins 25c por 100.
Patent Lift Lantern $8 50c per doz.
Broom« from $1 to $3 per doz.
Buckets 2 hoops $1 40c. to $1 50 por doz.
Buckets three hoops $1 75c per doz.
White Cedar $3 25c per doz.
Mixed Cedar $3 per doz.
lied Cedar $4 per doz.
Compressed paper $
Compressed fibre $5
Tubs S in nest from $2 25c <o
Tubs Large White $8
Oj
>c periloz.
I 5 per doz.
5 per doz.
2 50c.
jc por doz.
Coal Oil 1L, 15 and 10« por gallon.
Coni oil jacket can*. 10 gal 85c; 5
Baking Powder* Ijlb per doz GOc.
Iglb per doz $1.
" lib per doz $1 20c.
Clements Starch 4011m @ Okj.
Saddles $1 60 and up.
Buggies $35 25 and up owing to finish.
Bond Carts $11 and up owing to finish.
Buggy Harness $5 25 aud up.
gal GOc.
FREIGHT HATES.
I have been getting up freight rates on
the different lines of railroad in the State,
and have a flour list ou tho I. C. B. It. from
tho mills, per single barrel,
Michigan City
Holly Springs i
ville 05c; Oxford, Taylors, Water Valiev,
Coffeevillo, Torrance, Grenada, Duck Hill,
Winona, Vaiden, West and Durant 70c;
Pickens 70c; Vaughans 78c; Canton, Mad
ison and Jackson 8<)c; Bvrnm 82c; Terrv
84c; Crystal Springs SGe"; Hazlehnrst 90c;
Beauregard, Wesson and Brookkaven Glc;
Bogue Chitto, Summit, McComb City,
Magnoliaand Osyka 91c; Amite 88c.
The following are rates on flour per sin
gle barrel from St. Louis to stations on tho
Bobinsonville 71c; Hol
lywood, Tunica aud Clayton 72c
dale 78; Duncan and Slielby 80c; Merigold,
Burdette and Hallandale *81o; Cleveland,
Shaw, Holm, Leland, Nittayuma. Anguilla,
Boiling Fork and Sniders 82c; Port Gib
son, McNair, Hamburg, Boxie, Knoxville
and Centerville 83o. Car lots of 129 bar
barrels come 19c per barrel less.
as follows:
Hudsonville, Lamar find
>c; Waterford aud Abbe
L N O & T II B:
Clarks
B. G. WEST,
Manager.
Sugar.
Below I give the gradings of sugar:
1. Cut Loaf.
2. Powdered.
C. Standard Granulated.
4. L. A. Granulated.
Standatd or Coffee A.
Fancv Y C.
7. Y C. *
8. Seconds.
9. O K, different grades.
I would advise the brethren in buying io
get tho Standard Granulated or Fancy Y C,
as while the others sell lower per pound,
theso two are cheapest in use fand give bet
ter satisfaction.
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