"MAIN GUARD" TEA WAREHOUSE, No. 94 English Street,
JAMES RUTHERFORD, Grocer and Tea Dealer
Begs to inform the inhabitants of Carlisle and its vicinity, that he has
succeeded Mr. J. CHARTERS in the above business, where he hopes, by strict
attention, and selling every article at the lowest remunerating profit, to
merit a share of their patronage and support.
J.R. particularly requests those who may favour him with their orders, to
compare the articles with those of any other house, feeling assured that a
trial will ensure a continuance of their favours. Subjoined is a list of
priced of the following articles:
Good Raw Sugar 7d.
Fine Sugar 7 1/2 d.
Crushed Lump Sugar 8d.
Fine Lump 9d.
Good coffee 1s. 4d.
Fine Coffee (strongly recommended) 1s. 8d.
Finest Coffee 2s.
Cocoa, the 1/4 lb. packets 10d.
Black Tea 3s.
Good Black Tea 4s.
Strong Full Flavored Congou 4s. 8d.
Fine Congou 5s.
Finest Imported 5s. 4d.
Finest Souchong 6s.
Good Green Tea 4s.
Hyson Kind 4s. 8d.
Fine Young Hyson 5s. 4d.
Superior Do. 6s.
Fine Gunpowder Tea 7s.
Finest Pearl-Leaf Gunpowder 8s.
Mixed Tea 4s.
Good Do. 4s. 8d.
Fine Do., a mixture of very fine Teas 5s. 4d.
Dunlop, Lancashire, Cheshire, and Stilton Cheeses, from the first Dairies.
94, English Street, Sept. 18, 1844