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ESTABLISHED

1861—THE

GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY

Independent, New York City, Henry C. Bowen, Publisher.

The Methodist, Geo. R. Crooks, D.D., Editor.

Moore's Rural New Yorker, Rochester, N. Y., D. D.T. Moore, Editor and Proprietor.

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We call attention to the above list as a positive guar. antee of our manner of doing business; as well as the hundreds of thousands of persons in our published Club Lists.

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COMPLIMENTARY LETTERS FROM CLUBS.

MANHATTAN, KANSA8, July 28, 1867. GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,

31 and 33 Vescy Street, New York. Your " Advocate" is received and circulated. Please accept my thanks. You are extending a blessing to us old tea drinkers in the West.

My profession keeps me in my office, but the limited opportunities I have shall be devoted to the extension of your trade. The orders I have sent have been purely from private families. I have recommended your house to our merchants, with what success you know, not I. They might not like to have their customers see the profits they make. I remain, verv respectfully yours,

LORENZO WESTOVER.

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Receive their Teas

we will put each party's goods in separate packages,

and mark the dame upon them, with the cost, so there B Y Τ Η Ε C A R GO, noed be no confusion in their distribution-each party FROM THE BEST

getting exactly what he orders, and no more. The cost

of transportation the members can divido equitably Tea Districts of China and Japan,

among themselves.
AND SELL THEM IN

Parties sending club or other orders for less than
QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS

thirty dollars, had better send Post-office drast or money

with their orders, to save the expense of collections by AT CARGO PRICES.

express ; bat larger orders we will forward by express,

to “collect on delivery." To give our readers an idea of the profits which havo

Hereafter we will send a complimentary package to boen made in the Tea Trade (previous to the establish- the party getting ap the club. Our profits are small, ment of the GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY), we will

but we will be as liberal as we can afford. We send start with the American Houses, leaving out of the

no complimentary package for clubs of less than $50.
account entirely the profits of the Chinese factors.

Parties getting their Teas of us may confidently
First. The American House in China or Japan makes

rely upon getting them pure and fresh, as they come

direct from the Custom-House stores to our Warelarge profits on their sales or shipments

and some

houses.
of the richest retired merchants in this country bave
made their immense fortunes through their Houses in

We warrant all the goods we sell to give entire satis-
China.

faction. If they are not satisfactory they can be returned

at our expense within thirty days, and have the money Second. The Banker makes large profits upon tho

refunded.
foreign exchange used in the purchase of Teas.

The Company have selected the following kinds from
Third. The Importer makes a pront of 30 to 80 per

their stock, which they recommend to meet the wants
wat in many cases.

of clubs. They are sold at cargo prices, the same as the Fourth. On its arrival here it is sold by the cargo, and

Company sell them in New York, as the list of prices
the purchaser sells it to the Speculator in invoices of

will show.
1,000 to 2,000 packages, at an average profit of about
10 per cent.

PRICE LIST OF TEAS.
Mifth. The Speculator sells it to the Wholesale Tea

OOLONG (Black), 70c., 80c., soc., best, $i per lb.
Dealer in the lines, at a profit of 10 to 15 per cent.

MIXED (Green and Black), 70c., 80c., 90c., best, $1 per
Sirth. The Wholesale Tea Dealer sells it to the Whole- Ib.
male Grocer in lots to suit bis trade, at a proat of about

ENGLISH BREAKFAST (Black), 80C., 90c., $1, $1 10, best,
10 per cent.

$1 20 per lb.

IMPERIAL (Green), 80C., 90c., $1, $1 10, best, $1 25 per
Seventh. The Wholesale Grocer sells It to the Retail Ib.
Dealer, at a proat of 15 to 25 per cent.

YOUNG Kygon (Green), 80c., 90c., $1, $1 10, best $1 %5
Fighth. The Retailer sells it to the Consumer, for ALL

UNCOLORED JAPAN, 90c., $1, $1 10, best, $1 25 per lb.
THE PROFIT AE CAN GET.

GUNPOWDER (Green), $1 25, best, $1 50 per Ib.
When you have added to these EIGHT proits as
many brokerages, cartages, storages, cooperages, and

COFFEES ROASTED AND GROUND DAILY.
waste, and add the original cost of the Tea, it will be

GROUND COFFEE, 20c., C., 80c., 35c., best, 40c., perceived what the consumer has to pay. And now WO per lb. Hotels, Saloons, Boarding-hoase keepers, and propose to show why we can sell so much lower than Families who use large quantities of Coffee, can econosmall dealers.

mize in that article by using our French Breakfast and

Dinner Coffee, which we sell at the low price of 80 c. por
We propose to do away with all these various profits

Ib., and warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
and brokerages, cartages, storages, cooperages, and
Paste, with the exception of a small commission paid

Consumers can save from 50c. to $1 per lb. by pur-
for purchasing to our correspondents in China and

chasing their Teas of the Japan, one cartage, and a small profit to ourselves

GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, which, on our large sales, will amply pay us.

31 and 33 VESET STREET.

Post Office Box 6,643, New York City.
By our system of supplying Clubs throughout the
country, consumers in all parts of the United Statos THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY (established 1861)

is recommended by the leading newspapers, religious
can recoive their Teas at the same price, with the small

and secular, in this and other cities, viz.:
Additional expense of transportation, as though they American Agriculturist, Orange Judd, Editor.
bought them at our Warehouse in this city.

Christian Advocate, New York City, Daniel Curry,
Some parties inquire of us how they shall proceed

D.D., Editor,

Christian Advocate, Cincinnati, Ohio, J. M. Reid, D.D., to get ap a clab. The answer is simply this: Let each

Editor. person wishing to join in a club, say how much tea or

Christian Advocate, Chicago, ni., Thomas M. Eddy, coffee be wants, and select the kind and price from D.D., Editor.

Evangelist, New York City, Dr. H. M. Field and J. G. onr Price List, as published in the paper, or in our

Craighead, Editors. circulars. Write the cames, kinds, and amounts plainly

Koraminer and Chronicle, New York City, Edward on the list, as seen in the club-order published below, Bright, Editor.

Christian Intelligencor, E. S. Portor, D.D., Editor. and when the club is complete send it to us by mail, and

DEARBORNTILLE, Mich., July 6, 1887. GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,

31 and 33 Vesey Street, New York. Gents : This day I forward you, by M. U. Express Company, $107 50, being amount due you on one box of tea.

It may be proper here to state that the tea received gives entire satisfaction. This makes two orders from this place. Your patrons are so well pleased with the tea that you may expect to furnish us our tea and coffee. I have sent your papers to Linden, Genesee County, in this State, and other places, from whence you may expect to receive orders.

Please accept our thanks for the promptness with which you responded to our order. Respectfully yours,

AMOS GAGE.

11

1

per lb.

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BRUNSWICK, Mo., March 26, 1867. TO THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,

31 and 33 Vesey Street, New York. The order we sent you last month reached us in due time, and with which we are well pleased. We think there is, at least, 50 to 75 cents difference in your favor, compared with the prices of St. Louie, where we have been buying our teas for several years past. You may expect to receive our future orders.

Yours truly, MERCHANT BEAZLEY.

N. B.-All villages and towns where a large number reside, by clubbing together, can reduce the cost of their Teas and Coffees about one-third by sending directly to the GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,

BEWARE of all concerns that advertise themselves as branches of our Establishment, or copy our name, either wholly or in part, as they are bogus or imitations. We have no branches, and do not, in any case, authorize the use of our name,

TAKE NOTICE.-Clubs and quantity buyers are only furnished from our Wholesale and Club Department.

Post-Office orders and drafts made payable to the order of the GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, Direct letters and orders to the

GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,

Nos. 31 and 88 Vesey Street, New York, Post-Ofica Box, 8,648, New York City.

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considered. They cultivate the soil, forge ip iron and silver, work skillfully with leather and wood, and manufacture cloth to some extent. They also have schools in which their children are instructed according to the precepts of Mohammedanism, the prevailing religion.

The Fulahs are a warlike people, and the dominant tribe in Senegambia. In stature they are of middle size, limbs delicate in mold but well form. ed and graceful. As described by M. Golberry, a French traveler, they are “fine men, robust and courageous. They have a strong mind, and are mysterious and prudent; they understand commerce, and travel in the capacity of merchants, even to the extent of the Gulf of Guinea: they are formidable to their neighbors. Their women are handsome and sprightly. The color of their skin is a kind of reddish black; their countenances are regular, and their hair is longer, and not so woolly as that of the common negroes; their language is altogether different from that of the nations by

whom they are surrounded—it is more FULAH WARRIORS.

elegant and sonorous."

The subject of their origin is a matBEASONABLE HINTS.

| to have the JOURNAL read in every family; ter yet undetermined. Some ethnologists claim

then, reader, we ask you to help place it there. the Fulah as an offshoot from the Polynesien Each subscriber is supposed to know, with- Science and religion may-should-go hand

race, on account of the analogous sound exout special notification, when his subscription in hand, and the whole world brought into

isting between several words of the Fulah and cnds. The JOURNAL is continued only for the happy harmony and concord. If we ever

Polynesian languages. Prichard considers time paid for. come to know ourselves thoroughly, we shall

them a genuine African race. Renewals are now in order. If they be be most thankful for the knowledge, and this

The Fulahs have a tradition that they are prompt, full and complete sets for binding will will, no doubt, make us more charitable in

descended from Phut, the son of Ham. (Gen. be obtained. But if they delay too long, we judging others. Then let us all join in the x. 6.) The prefix of the word Futa to almost may not be able at the end of the year to good work of self-improvements

every district of any extent which they have

occupied, is singular. supply all the back numbers.

The recent Abyssinian difficulties which Liberal premiums will continue to be given

THE FULA HS.

have brought that people into conspicuous for clubs. We give sewing machines, melode

notice, may stimulate African exploration to a ons, libraries, tool chests, etc. Enterprising THESE people constitute one of the most

degree which will bring to light many interestpersons interested in the JOURNAL will talk up important tribes of Western Africa. The

ing facts related to the Fulahs and associate

tribes. There is a good prospect for Ethiopia the subject their friends and neighbors. region inhabited by them is that watered by now that scientific men are becoming deeply

Clubs may be made up at one or at different the two great rivers Senegal and Gambia. interested in her obscurities. post-offices.

The face of this large region, which extends In remitting, it is best, when possible, to send | interiorward to the distance of six or seven

A TRUE MAN. -- Shakspeare's estimate of P. O. orders, checks, or drafts, payable to the hundred miles, is generally flat and monoto

true manhood is not more definite and beautiorder of the editor. If greenbacks be sent, it nous. The Senegal, which is under the control

ful than suggestive : should be in registered letters. of the French, is navigable for small-sized

His words are bonds, his oaths are oracles, Finally. It must be apparent to every reader, vessels some five hundred miles; the Gambia

His love sincere, his thoughts immaculate ; that the work of disseminating new and un- is navigable for vessels of the largest size some His tears pure messengers sent from his heart; popular truths must, in the nature of things, thirty-five or forty miles, and for ordinary

His heart as far from fraud as beaven from earth! be an “up-hill work.” Only brave and cour- merchant vessels, to MacCarthy's Island, two

THE ageous hearts will engage in it; hearts not hundred and fifty miles from the sea-coast. daunted by the sneers of prejudice, or by the Similar in many physical respects to the PHRENOLOGICAL JOURNAL bigotry of superstition and ignorance. Let Abyssinians, the Fulahs differ greatly from

AND LIFE ILLUSTRATED, cach judge for himself what is his duty and the ordinary negro races. They have long

18 devoted to The Science of Man, in al} its branches, his pleasure. been known to traders in Western Africa,

including PHRENOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, PHYSIOGNOMY, If the world is to be regenerated; if bad In 1534 commercial relations were com

PSYCHOLOGY, ETHNOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY, etc. It furnishes

a guide in Choosing a Pursult, and in judging of habits are to be overcome; and if the race is menced by the Spanish government through the dispositions of those around us, by all the known

external “ Signs of Character." to be elevated physically, intellectually, and De Barros. In personal appearance and men

Published monthly, $3 a year in advance. Sample spiritually, the means must be used. We claim tal capacity they greatly exceed the neighbor- numbers, 30 cents. Now is the time to subscribe. A but a very moderate share in this work; but, ing tribes. In fact, they have attained to some new volume begins with the July number. Clubs of so far as it goes, it is important. Others work degree of civilization, which is a matter of ten or more, $2 each. Supplied by Booksellers and well in other fields; let us work well in this. | astonishment to European travelers when

Newsmen everywhere.

Address, SAMUEL R. WELLS, EDITOR, If it would be an aid to personal improvement their rude and barbarous surroundings are

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