the hotels, churches, theatres, club houses and other
large buildings in course of erection which will be soon in
need of extensive furnishings. This column will no doubt
be a valued help to those seeking such contracts :
Churches.— ChuTch on Fifty-fourth street near Tenth avenue,
New York; Rev. M. J. O'Connell, pastor.— Synagogue in New York
City ; S. D. Cohen, architect.— R. C. Church, Amsterdam avenue and
Ninety-sixth street; Rev. J. M. Galligan, pastor.— Church at Mil-
waukee. Wis.; Voith & Leenhouls, architects. — M. E. Church,
Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Rev. C. P. Conner, pastor— Presbyterian Church,
Saginaw, Mich. ; Rev. J. R. Tewell, pastor.— Synagogue, Newark,
N. J.; Wm. E. Lehman, architect.— Church at Philadelphia; ]. C.
Newsom, architect. — Church at Greensville, Tex. ; address C. A.
Langfort. — Universalist Church, Cincinnati, Ohio; address G. W.
Uttoe.— Church at Tomah, Wis. ; Andrew Roth, La Crosse, Wis.,
architect— M. E. Church, Watertown, Conn. ; Geo. M. Kramer,
New York, architect.— P. E. Church, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Rev. Mr.
Jackson, rector.— Universalist Church, Bay City, Mich.; Clark &
Munger, architects.— P. E. Church, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Rev. A. F.
Underhill, rector.— R. C. Church, Harper, la. ; Rev. Joseph A.
Rangger, pastor. — Episcopal Church, Boston, Mass. ; F. R, Allen,
architect.— Church at Reading, Pa.; Chas. Bolton, Philadelphia,
architect.— Church at Highand, Wis.; Voith & Leenhouts, Mil-
waukee, Wis., architects. — Universalist Church, Denver, Col. ; H.
T. E. Wendell, architect.— U. B, Church, Circleville, Ohio; Strib-
ling & Fox, Columbus, Ohio, architects. — Church at Mason City, la ;
F. A. Gutterson, architect. — Congregational Church. Hartford,
Conn.; E. Flagg. 35 Wall street. New York, architect— M. E.
Church, Westboro, Mass.; Rev. P. Webber, pastor.— Church at
Utica, N. Y., tocost $150,000; W. H. Hubbard, architect.— M. E.
Church, Aurora, 111.; W. Arnold, Clinton, la., architect.— Congre-
gational Church, Winchester, Mass. ; Rev. D A. Newton, pastor. —
P. E. Church, Philadelphia; R. L. Perot, architect.- Episcopal
Church, Chester, Pa. ; Rev. F. M. Taite, pastor.
Hotels, Theatres, Ac— Large hotel at Chicago; Flower & Hayes,
architects. — Large hotel at St. Augustine, Fla. ; address J. R. Par-
rott— Hotel at St. Paul, Minn., for Geo. W. Magie - Opera House
at Rocky Mount, N. C. — Club house at Brooklyn, N. Y., for the St.
Lawrence Club.— L O. O. F. building at Deng, N. H. ; G. G.
Adams, Lawrence, Mass., architect. — Large hotel to cost $800,000 at
Buffalo, N. Y., for Fuller Brothers.— Hotel at Atlantic City, N. J. ;
P. Kohn, Philadelphia, architect. — Hotel at Seymour, Wis. ; for Geo.
Folck.— Furnishings wanted for a hotel at Meriden, Conn. ; address
D. Bloomfield. — Opera house at Brainerd, Minn. ; White & White,
architects. — Opera house, AUiance, Ohio, for J. C. Craven. — Club
house to cost $450,000 on Parker avenue, Boston; John J. Smith,
architect— Hotel at Mt. Carmel, Pa., for W. K. Weidensaul. — Hotel
at New Orleans, La. ; Angelo Steele, treasurer; Hotel at Waukesha,
Wis., for the Schlitz Brewing Company. — Hotel at Gibsonburg,
Ohio; S. H. Shively, Fremont, Ohio, architect- Hotel at Bath
Beach, N. Y., for George Shields.— Club house for St. Ann's R. C.
Church, Detroit, Mich. — Addition to Bangor House, Bangor, Me. —
Hotel at St. Louis to cost $750,000 for the Gail Apartment Com-
pany. — Hotel at Adams, Mass , for H. F. & J. L. Barrett. — Hotel at
Hamilton, 111., for B. & H. Denton.— Theatre at West New Brigh
ton, N. Y. ; E. G. Gollner, 150 Nassau street. New York, architect
— Y. M. C. club house, Montclair, N. J.
The Perfect Curtain Rod and Novelty Company is a
new manufacturing concern at Cleveland, Ohio, the
capital stock of which is $50,000.
The decree which had been entered on the verdict in
the case of L. Gholstin and others against the American
Upholstery Company, Atlanta, Ga., was set aside on
January 29 pending a motion for a new trial. The case
has been set for a hearing on March 1.
WALL PAPER NOTES.
. .John G. Spindler, of Spindler & Son, wall paper deal-
ers, Detroit, is dead.
. .Van Doorm & Tilson, Rutland, Vt., are succeeded by
Burnham & Williams.
..W. E. Rice, president of the W. E. Rice Company,
Lawrence, Mass., is dead.
. .Charles E. Case, dealer in wall paper, picture frames,
&c., Jonesville, Mich., has sold out
. .P. H. Dalton has purchased William B. Rogers' paint
and wall paper business at Westfield, Mass.
. .W. J. Morrow, Elkhart, Ind. , has sold his stock of
wall paper to Henry Rohrer, who has removed it to the
. .The wall paper and furniture stock in R. N. Bowden's
store at Brookfield, Mo., was damaged to the extent of
$2,500 by fire on January 13.
..The Mclntyre block at Winnipeg, Man., was de-
stroyed by fire on February 3. James Payne, dealer in
wall paper, one of the tenants, sustained a loss of $9,000.
. .Thomas B. Riley, a well-known member of the wall
paper trade, died at his home in Brooklyn, N. Y. , recently
at the age of sixty-four years.
. .The large plate glass window in M. M. & V. Elmen-
dorf's wall paper store at Elmira, N. Y., was blown in by
the heavy wind on January 24 and completely shattered.
. .The Brooklyn Wall Paper Company's store, Roches-
ter, N. Y., has been closed by Deputy Sheriff Vick on an
execution issued against William C. Dryer on two judg-
ments obtained in the Supreme Court. One is for $597.27
in favor of Howard S. Dickson, and the other is for $296. 50
in favor of John H. Egan.
. .On January 17 the firm of Somerville & Wood, dealers
in wall paper, &c., Manistee, Mich., filed mortgages
aggregating nearly $8,000. The largest mortgage, for
$1,438, is to the Lyon, Beecher, Kymer, Palmer Com-
pany, Grand Rapids. Other outside parties are secured
to a total amount of $2,440.89. The balance of the mort-
gages are given to local parties. The firm has always
done a thriving business, but the dull times of the past
two or three years and slow collections have proved em-
Rywaner is the title under which J. B. Ryer, Son &
Co. are operating their new mill at Haledon, N. J. They
are putting in new machinery, and at present are turning
out damasks, tapestries and snow fiake curtains, and
intend to enlarge their line for the fall trade.
The new and elegant salesrooms of B. L. Solomon's
Sons comprise two large lofts in the building corner
of Fifth avenue and Seventeenth street. The firm opened
for business there about a fortnight ago, and are now com-
fortably settled in their very desirable quarters, where
they have the best possible facilities for showing their ex-
tensive stock of upholstery goods, curtains and couch
covers. The Messrs. Solomon have always presented in
their lines exceptional attractions to the trade, and their
present offerings are even more important and interesting
than in any previous season.
The Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review.
No. 598,098. Canopy Frame for Mosquito Nets. — Robert W. Ivy,
New London, N. C. Filed August 14, 189T. Patent issued
FebruarjT 1, 1898.
Claim . — In a bed canopy the brackets secured to the headboard
of the bed upon opposite sides thereof, a journal bar ha^nng its ends
in, in combina-
tion with a rect-
angular f ram e
tral and outer
bars arranged to
slide within each
other, each bar
formed upon its
outer or meeting
end, and ha-s-ing
thereon ; the
ends of the two
outer bars of one
the journal bar and bent back upon themselves to form substantially
No. •598,3.5-i. Window Shade Fixture and Curtain Pole Support. —
George Biehn, North Yakima, Wash. Filed April 30, 1897.
Patent issued February 1, 1898.
No. 598,4(59. Roller Shade Fixture.— Dwight J. Bliss and Edward
J. Richmond, Carthage. Mo. Filed April 34, 1897. Patent
issued February 1, 1898.
Clahn. — An adjustable shade fixture comprising the sheet metal
molding formed with the flanges 3 and 6, the latter provided with
orifices 17, in com-
bination with the
spring brackets 9
and 10, formed with
arms 13, 12, the
shank 13, provided
with the bearing
orifices 14 and the
15, and having their
upper ends turned
inwardly to form
the arms 16, 16, the
outer ends of which
terminate in the
angular toes 18,
adapted to detach-
ably engage the orifices 17 in the flange 6, substantially as shown
Advertisements under this heading $i each insertion for twenty words or less
and 5 cents for each additional word.
In no case vjill the name of an advertiser in this column be disclosed^ and
any correspondence relative to such advertisement
-mill be held strictly confidential.
The Read Carpet Company, Bridgeport, Conn., will
carry in stock each, of the several sizes of the JAC-
QUARD AXMINSTER RUGS and also all colors of
PLAIN FILLINGS manufactured by them. Plain
Fillings will be furnished in cut quantities or by the
piece. JACQUARD AXMINSTER RUGS are made
in the following sizes : 26x62 inches ; 4.6x6.6 ;
6.9x9.9; 8.3x10.6; 9x12; 11.3x14.3 feet. An inspec-
tion is solicited at their salesroom, 110 Worth street,
For Sale — Stock and fixtures old established carpet and
drapery store, situated in most thriving industrial
city in Pennsylvania; trading population over 200,000;
modem building; four floors, well lighted; lease for
one year, with extension privilege; reasonable rent;
satisfactoiy reason for selling. Address ''X. Y. Z.,"
care of The Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review.
Large Jol)bins House — Having a trade extending
over all sections of the country, would like to connect
itself with an up-to-date Ingrain manufacturer, who
makes first-class goods in popular and salable styles ;
advances made. Address in confidence " O. P. Q.,"
care of The Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review.
For Sale — Ovring to illness of proprietor, a well paying
and rapidly increasing furniture and carpet business,
established fifteen years, in a prosperous and growing
section of Brooklyn ; full access to books to reliable
party with about $25,000 capital, or security. Address
"Carpets," 49 Lispenard street, New York.
Wanted Position — As manager or salesman for carpet
and drapery department by young married man ; has
been in business for past ten years buying goods for
two stores; thoroughly up to date; Al references;
is well known in trade. Address "M," care of The
Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review.
Position Wanted — I would like to hear from some good
firm that needs the services of a first-class, all around
carpet cutter, who is also competent to take charge of
the work department for either inside or outside work.
Address " Hunter," care of The Carpet and Uphol-
stery Trade Review.
Wanted Position — By thoroughly practical draper of ten
}-ears' experience; familiar with designing, cutting
and hanging; high class work; can give Al refer-
ence. Address "Draper," care of The Carpet and
Upholstery Trade Review.
SPECIAL NOTICES.— Continued.
Wanted Salesman — A young man of good address,
capable of handling the best city trade; must have
up-to-date ideas in both carpet and drapery depart-
ments. Address "Western City," care of The Car-
pet AND Upholstery Trade Review.
Wanted — A situation as carpet cutter and layer by an
experienced man who can give first-class references;
a permanent position desired. Address "Reliable,''
care of The Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review.
Drapery Salesman — A first-class drapery man is open for
position; fifteen years' experience; late with Marshall
Field & Co. Address "Hustler," care of The
Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review.
Carpet Sewing Machine For Sale — A new Gowing
carpet sewing machine for sale at a large discount
from cost. Address " Box 9," care of The Carpet
AND Upholstery Trade Review.
Wanted — Position as measurer or assistant cutter, by a
young man with six years' experience on all kinds of
fine work. Address " Ottoman," care of The Carpet
AND Upholstery Trade Review.
Upholstery Salesman — Competent upholstery salesman
wishes position ; long experience ; best of references.
Address Box 20, care of The Carpet and Uphol-
stery Trade Review.
Wanted — Good second-hand carpet sewing machine, hand
power, and must be in good condition ; state what
work it will do and cash price. Address " Box 436,'
Andrew Cochran — Original Designer for Carpets, &c.
Card Stamping. Original designs for Ingrains a spe-
cialty. Repeating Cards on power repeating machine
at three-quarters of a cent per yard a specialty. lOS-
Diamond Street (comer Hope Street), Philadelphia, Pa
New York Designing Co., 70 Fifth Avenue — Designs
furnished for Interiors, Furniture and Mural Work;
designs of Draperies, &c., in Water Colors; latest ideas
giving quantities to scale at $3 each or $24 per dozen
plates, assorted. Sample plate sent on approval.
Crustave M. Fauser,
Carpets, Studio : 103 East Eleventh street
Curtains, &c. (one block from Broadway),
Arthur L. Halliday,
The Cooper Studio Building,
Carpets 107 East Twenty-seventh street,
and Upholstery. New York.
Eugene H. Hill, Designing and Card Stamping for all
carpeting. Artistic novelties in Ingrains a specialty.
Satisfaction guaranteed in the working up of ideas or
suggestions. 2203 Hancock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Thomas L. Lawton — Original Designer and Card Stamper
for Carpets : Ingrain work a specialty. Emerald and
Dauphin Streets, Philadelphia, Pa.
John Oughton, Designer for Upholstery and Drapery
Fabrics, Chenille and Jacquard Work. 2122 German-
town Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
Position Wanted — By a first-class carpet layer; can meas-
ure and cut if required ; first-class reference. Address
" Competent," care of The Carpet and Upholstery
For Sale— Carpet sewing machines. Singer manufacture,
in first-class order. Price, $50 and $75 each. William
Berri's Sons, 524 to 528 Fulton Street, Brooklyn,
Wanted — Situation in West or South by experienced car-
pet salesman. Address "Boston," care of The
Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review.
Wanted — First-class carpet layers and porters. Cow-
perthwait Company, Flatbush avenue, Brooklyn,
Walter Brothers, 196 West Broadway, New York. Office
of D. N. & E. Walter & Co., San Francisco, Cal.
Chas. Emmerich & Co., 167 and 169 Fifth Avenue,
Chicago, 111., dealers in Feathers exclusively. All
grades cleaned, cured by their own patent process and
guaranteed sweet and pure. A specialty of pillows of
high as well as cheap qualities.
A. Filer & Co., makers of all grades of Upholstery and
Drapery Trimmings ; also Fancy Fringes, Tassels,
Cords, &c., for Art Embroidery Departments. Sales-
room and factory : S. E. Corner University Place and
Thirteenth Street, New York.
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.— Continued.
P. J. Donovan, 874 Broadway, corner Eighteenth Street,
New York, agent for Ivins, Dietz & Metzger Co.,
carpet manufacturers, Philadelphia.
W. H. Reid, 611 Washington Street, Boston, New Eng-
land selling agent for W. T. Smith & Son's Chenille
Curtains and Table Covers, Tapestry Curtains and
Covers, Lace Curtains, Smyrna Rugs, Art Squares ;
Lawson Brothers' Irish Point and Brussels Curtains.
The Persian Eug Manufactory ^AU sizes of Hand Made
Rugs and Chenille Axminster Carpets to order in
special designs and colorings; fine trade solicited.
Salesroom, 111 Fifth Avenue, N. E. Comer of 18th
Street, New York.
An FN TosFPH M i Thomas Develon's Sons, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ALLEN, JOSEPH lu., ^ Lamond & Robertson Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Becker, A. J., J. A. Brittain & Co., New York.
Bennett, J. J., Ivins, Dietz & Metzger Co., Detroit, Mich.
Brooke, C. W., Arnold, Constable & Co., Boston.
BuRBKiDGE, C. T., Arnold, Constable & Co., Chicago.
Burgess, W. E., Ivins, Dietz & Metzger Co., Chicago.
Burns, Wm. J., Thos. Potter, Sons & Co., New York.
Caluwell, Joseph F., Joseph Wild & Co., New York.
Callahan, Geo. R., Thos. L. Leedom & Co., New York.
Clinch Y, James H., D. Powers & Sons, New York.
Daley, Wm. H. , Thos Potter, Sons & Co. , Philadelphia.
De Mena, Fred., Joseph Wild & Co., New York.
Donovan, E. T, E. T. Mason & Co., New York.
Earle, H. a., J. B. Ryer, Son & Co. New York.
Ellis, C. W., The Henry Reubel Co., Boston.
Foster, George M., Magee Carpet Works, Milford, Ohio.
GiLLMORE, Frank R., Lamond & Robertson Co., Boston.
Green, Joseph H.. Henry W. Green & Co., Philadelphia.
Halley, R. B. , Lowell Manufacturing Co. , New YorTi.
HinBERD, George, Bromley Brothers Carpet Co., Philadelphia.
Hooper, Wm. R., Joseph Wild & Co., New York.
Hooper, L. C, Joseph Wild & Co., Boston, Mass.
Hubbard, Frank H., T B. Shoaii & Co., Boston.
King, G. F., Barnes & Beyer, Chicago.
Marshall, W. D. , E. S. Higgins Carpet Co. , Boston.
McGiMSEY, Chas. R. , E. S. Higgins Carpet Co. , New York.
McHale, M. E., E. S. Higgins Carpet Co., Chicago.
McLaughlin, Alex., Doman Brothers, New York.
Melrose, J. D., Joseph Wild & Co., New York.
O'Regan, J. A., MiUs & Gibb, New York.
O'Connor, John S., The A. Naumann-Pulfrich Company.
Parks, H. S., the Hartford Carpet Company, New York.
Perry, Charles C. , Lamond & Robertson Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Pike, J. A., Thos. L. Leedom & Co., Boston.
Richmond, Harry B. , S. Sanf ord & Sons, Boston.
Rogers, John L., Joseph Wild & Co., New York.
Rothsteen, L. W., Joseph Wild & Co., New York.
Sanford, Isaac, E. S. Higgins Carpet Co., New York.
Schlegel, Frank, Stephen Sanford & Sons, Chicago.
Seymour, J. C, Tefft, Weller & Co., New York.
Snow, George, Samuel Hecht, Jr., & Sons, Pittsburg, Pa.
Stagg, John C, D. Powers & Sons, New York.
Terry, E. B., Arnold, Constable & Co., New York.
Uffendill, a. a., Joseph Wild & Co., New York.
Van Dyne, Geo., William Henderson. Philadelphia.
Weimer, C. M., W. & J. Sloane, New York.
White, W. E., Joseph Wild & Co., New York.
Arnold, W. E., & Co., 20 South Charles St., Baltimore, Md. ... 90
Birkin, T. I., & Co., 434 Broadway, New York (J. A. Brittain
& Co. ) 89
Breneman, Chas. W., & Co., 1013 Walnut St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 81
Brittain, J. A., & Co., 434 and 438 Broadway, New York 89
Bromley Manufacturing Company, Lehigh ave., below Front,
Philadelphia ; George E. Lackey, agent, 415 Broadway,
New York : entrance 394 Canal st 86
Chadurjian Brothers, 369 Broadway, 78 Grand street and 33
and 35 Greene street. New York 7
Chase, L. C. & Co., 139 Washington street, Boston, Mass 75
Cooper, W., & Son, 33 North Fourth street, Philadelphia. Pa. 100
Cohen Bros. & Co., 434 Broadway, New York 88
Columbia Shade Cloth Company, 23 and 34 Lafayette place.
New York; 1300 Chestnut street, Philadelphia T6
Costikyan Freres, 139 Broadway, New York 91
Creighton & Burch, 10 and 12 Thomas St., New York 83
Crompton & Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass 96
Eden Mfg. Co., Eden, Pa.; C. B. Young & Co., agents, Hart-
ford Building, Broadway and Seventeenth St., New York, 86
Emmerich, Chas,, & Co., 167 and 169 Fifth ave,, Chicago, 111. 64
Fatiser, Gustave M.. 103 East Eleventh St.. New York 64
Ferguson Brothers, 433 West Thirty-first st.. New York 88-
Filer, J. A., & Co., S. E, corner University place and Thir-
teenth St., New York 64
Fletcher. W. H. . & Co. , 345 and 347 Broadway, New York 87
Furbush, M. A,, & Son Machine Company, 234 Market street,
Philadelphia, Pa 101
Furniture Trade Review, 335 Broadway, New York 103
Gall, Albert, Jr., 109 East Washington St., Indianapolis, Ind, 97
Halliday, Arthur L., 107 East Twenty-seventh st.. New York. 64
Hartford Building, Broadway and Seventeenth St. , New York . 24
Hartshorn, Stewart, Company, East Newark, N. J. ; 486 Broad-
way, New York. 69
HassaU Brothers, 11 Hay ward place, Boston, Mass 90
Hensel SUk Iilanufacturing Co., 639 N. Broad st, Philadel-
phia; agent, D. Robb Stirratt, 458 Broadway, New York. 83
Hirschf eld & Co. , St. GaU, Switzerland ; D. A. Lewis, agent,
Hartford Btiilding, Broadway and Seventeenth street.
New York 74
Hollins Mill Company, 67 Miller st. , Glasgow, Scotland 78
Hoyle, Harrison & Kaye, Third st and Lehigh ave., Phila-
delphia; C. B. Young & Co.. agents, Hartford Building,
Broadway and Seventeenth st , New York 82
Hunninghaus & Lindemann, 79 Walker Street, New York. . . , 90
Hunter & Whitcomb, 874 Broadway, New York 95
King, John, & Son, Glasgow, Scotland; Felix J. iMcCosker,
agent, 486 Broadway, New York ' 80
Kloes, F. J. , 340 Canal st , comer Centre. New York 91
Lapsley, F. H., & Brother, 13 S. Charles st, Baltimore, Md , , 90
Lawton, Thos. L. , Emerald and Dauphin sts. , Philadelphia. . , 64
Lewis. Robert, Bridesburg, Philadelphia, Pa 74
Lewis, D. A , agent for Hirschfeld &• Co., St. Gall, Switzer-
land, Hartford Building. Broadway and Seventeenth
Street, New York 74
Ludlow Mfg. Co., 133 Essex street, Boston, Mass 102
Lyon Furniture and Carpet Agency, 62 Bowery, New York. . 98
Mason, E. T., & Co., 28, 80 and 32 Greene st, New York. .3 of Cover
Nauraann, The A., Pulfrich Co., 458 Broadway, New York 77
Nepaul Mills 79
New York Designing Company, 70 Fifth avenue. New York. . 64
New York Tapestry Mills, 1822 Cadwallader street, Phila-
delphia, Pa 90
O'Hanlon, Wm., & Co.; sole agent, Felix J. McCosker, 486
Broadway, New York 86
Oldham Mills; W. & J. Sloane, selling agents, New York 79
Orinoka Mills, Fifth avenue and Seventeeth street. New York. 81
Oswego Shade Cloth Company, Oswego, N. Y. ; 415 Broad-
way, New York 84
Oughton, John, 2122 Germantown ave., Philadelphia, Pa 64
Philadelphia Tapestry Mills, Cambria and Ormes sts., Phila-
delphia, Pa 78
Reid, W. H., 611 Washington st., Boston, Mass 64
Rieser & Co., 473 Broadway, New Y'ork 75
Rome Brass and Copper Co., Rome, N. Y 87
Rosenthal & Brownlie, 458 Broadway, New York, and Chi-
cago, 111 91
Sash Curtain Rod and Novelty Company, 127 Summer st..
Providence, R. 1 90
Scranton Lace Curtain Company ; Creighton & Burch, sole
selling agents, 10 and 12 Thomas St., New York 82
Schroth & Potter, 305 and 307 N. Front st., Columbus, Ohio. . 82
Sloane, W. & J., selling agents Oldham Mills, Broadway and
Nineteenth St., New York 79
Smith, W. T. & Son, Third street, north of Lehigh avenue,
Philadelphia, Pa Insert
Solomon's, B. L., Sons, Fifth ave, and Seventeenth St., New
Stead & Miller, Fourth and Cambria sts. , Philadelphia, Pa. ;
115 Worth St.. New York 79
Van Blaricom, F. M., 415 Broadway, New York 91
Walter Brothers, 196 West Broadway, New York 64
Waterman, L. C. , & Sons, Hanover, Mass 94
Wemple, Jay C, Company, 537 Broadway, New York 85
Young, Chas. B., & Co., Hartford Building, 41 Union square.
New York. 74
loleum Manufacturing Company, Jos. Wild & Co., Agents, 82
and 84 Worth St., New York ; 611 Washington St., Boston, Mass 1
Arnold, Constable & Co., Broadway and 19th St., New York 2 of Cover
Arnold, W. E., & Co., 20 South Charles St., Baltimore, Md 90
Artman-Treichler Co., The E. R., 71.3 Market St., Philadelphia 22
Beattie, Robert, & Sons, Constable Building, Rooms 600 and 001, Fifth ave.
and Eighteenth St., New York 97
Beuttell, Henry, 109 and 111 Worth St., New York 27
Bigelow Carpet Co., W. B. Kendall, Agent, 100 and 102 Worth St., New York 25
Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company, Grand Rapids, Mich.; New York sales-
room, 103 Chambers st 100
Blabon, The Geo. W., Company, 34 North Fifth St., Philadelphia, and 110
Worth St., New York 21
Bromley Brothers Carpet Company, York, Jasper and Taylor sts., Phila-
delphia, and 108 Worth St., New York 11
Bromley, Jas. & Geo. D., Philadelphia;!'. J. Keveney & Co., Agents, 898
and 900 Broadway, New York 24
Bromley, John, & Sons, Philadelphia ; T. B. ShoalT & Co., New York,
Agents, 935 Broadway, New York 23