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From: Alison Causton <>
Subject: [ARMAGH] Portadown Advertisers - Bassett's _Book of County Armagh_ (1888)
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2002 16:22:41 -0500


This transcription was posted originally about two or so months ago.
It is being re-posted as part of ARMAGH Listers' current (renewed?)
efforts to contribute Co Armagh family history & socio-economic data online.
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Please remember to cite the bibliographic reference given at the end of
this posting, in any subsequent usage of this information. Transcribed
by Alison Causton, Kingsville, Ontario, Canada, and intended SOLELY for
non-commercial, private research.
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Portadown Advertisers in The Book of County Armagh, by George Henry
Bassett. Dublin: Sealy, Bryers & Walker, 1888


WILLIAM PAUL & SON,
DRAPERS, &C.,
PORTADOWN.
EXCELLENT QUALITY,
LARGE VARIETY,
MODERATE PRICE.
OUR MILLINERY, DRESSMAKING & TAILORING DEPARTMENTS
Are distinguished for Style and Superior Workmanship.


J. & J. ACHESON & CO,
POWER LOOM
Linen Manufacturers,
PORTADOWN.


J. & J. ACHESON & CO,
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS,
PORTADOWN.

J. & J. ACHESON & CO,
Wholesale and Family Grocers,
PORTADOWN.

J. & J. ACHESON & CO,
Preserve Manufacturers,
PORTADOWN.

J. & J. ACHESON & CO,
SEED MERCHANTS,
PORTADOWN.


JOSEPH FLEMING,
PORTADOWN,
Woollen Draper, Hatter, Haberdasher,
Silk Mercer, &c.
THE FAMED HOUSE FOR
High Class Millinery,
Scientific Dressmaking,
Artistic & Stylish Tailoring.
Every Garment and every Article Guaranteed, and
SOLD AT LOWEST CASH PRICE.
JOSEPH FLEMING,
PORTADOWN.


T. MORRISON,
Select Family Grocer,
Tea, Coffee, Provision and Seed Merchant,
MARKET ST. & WILLIAM ST.,
PORTADOWN.
PLAIN & FANCY BISCUITS, JAMS, JELLIES, PICKLES, SAUCES,
Etc.


NOTE THIS!!!
Intending Emigrants to the United States,
Canada, Australia, &c., will be shown how to
save money, time and trouble, by consulting
JAMES BOYLE, Emigration Agent,
PORTADOWN DISCOUNT CO.’S OFFICE, MEADOW LANE, PORTADOWN.


HENRY LOGAN & SON,
Spinners, Weavers, and Manufacturers of Ropes, Twines, & Halters,
plain and in colours,
22,24,25 & 25´ CARRICKBLACKER ROAD,
PORTADOWN.


A. G. THOMPSON,
PROVISION MERCHANT AND CURER,
MARKET STREET, PORTADOWN.
Munce’s Celebrated Belfast Sausages Fresh three times a Week.


JOSEPH DOUGLAS
(Late AVERELL, SHILLINGTON & SON)
PORTADOWN,
DOES EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
Ladies’ & Gents’ Outfitting and General House Furnishing.
Wedding Outfits and Mourning Orders specially and promptly attended to.
Good Value for Ready-money in every department.
UNDERTAKING.
Hearses, Mourning Coaches, coffins, and funeral
Requisites of every kind supplied on the shortest
Notice and most favorable terms.
JOSEPH DOUGLAS,
36 HIGH STREET, PORTADOWN.


MONYPENY & WATSON,
Linen Handkerchief Manufacturers,
Machine Hemstitchers
And Preparers of Yarn.
Factory – CORNASCREBE,
PORTADOWN.
Office and Warehouse:
10 JAMES’S STREET SOUTH,
BELFAST.


ANDREW J. LUTTON & SON,
Linen Manufacturers.
WEAVING & HEMSTITCHING FACTORY,
EDENDERRY, PORTADOWN.
Office and warehouse:
7 LINEN HALL STREET, BELFAST.
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
PLAIN & FANCY HANDKERCHIEFS,
Bordered, Hemstitched, Printed and Embroidered,
Linen, Union and Cotton, for
UNITED STATES, CONTINENTAL AND HOME MARKETS.
ALSO,
PLAIN LINENS AND CAMBRICS,
Pillow Cases, Pillow Shams, Sheets, &c.
TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS—“LUTTON, BELFAST.”


Established 1866.
JAMES GREW & CO.,
Corn and Seed Merchants,
PORTADOWN.
Linseed and Cotton Cakes. All description of Feeding Stuffs.
Exporters of Raw and Prepared Oats, Oatmeal, &c.


W. J. MCILVEEN,
Family Grocer and Provision Merchant,
18 High Street, PORTADOWN.
Special value in Teas from 28. per pound, rich, strong and full flavoured.
Biscuits, Fruit, and Confectionery, Jams, Jellies, Scotch Marmalade.
FANCY DEPARTMENT—Cigars and Cigarettes, best brands.
Tobaccos, loose and in packages, all kinds. Briar-root pipes, mounted
or plain. Silver-mounted Briars, in cases. Myall, cocus wood, and
real cherry pipes. Cigar and cigarette cases and tubes. Tobacco
pouches all sizes. French and Cyprus clay pipes. Great variety in
fancy and common clays. Wills’, Hignett’s, and Lambert and Butler’s
Tobaccos. Orders per post attended to at once.


ROBERT REID AND SON,
Linen, Linen & Cambric Handkerchief & Lawn Manufacturers,
Office & Warehouse, 3 Bedford Street, BELFAST.
Manufactory, TARSON, PORTADOWN.


WM. COWDY,
Cambric Handkerchief Manufacturer,
PORTADOWN.
Bleach Works—Greenhall Mills, Loughgall.


JOHN MONTGOMERY & SONS,
Linen Manufacturers,
Manufactory, DERRYVORE, PORTADOWN.
Office and Warehouse, 54 Upper Queen St., BELFAST.


GENERAL HOUSE-FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT,
PORTADOWN.
HUGH WALLACE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HARDWARE MERCHANT,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Furniture neatly and promptly repaired by competent Workmen on the
premises.
Oils, Paints, Colours and Varnishes; Carpenters’ and Joiners’ Tools of
Every description.
Room-papers and Stationery; Carpets, Oil Cloths and Hearth-rugs;
Grates, Fenders and Fire Irons.


JAMES CLOW & CO.,
Corn Millers,
PORTADOWN.
Importers of flour, Bran and Feeding Stuffs.
Proprietors of the celebrated “Flake” Oatmeal.
TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS—“CLOW” PORTADOWN.


SAMUEL WILSON.
LINEN AND CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEF
MANUFACTURER,
PORTADOWN.


QUEEN’S HOTEL
POSTING & ESTABLISHMENT,
PORTADOWN.
Proprietress, M. GREW.
THE HOTEL ‘BUS ATTENDS ALL TRAINS.


CLEMENT COURTNEY,
Wholesale and Family Grocer,
Plain and Fancy Bread Baker,
and
PROVISION MERCHANT,
Flour and Bran Stores.
WEST ST. & MANDEVILLE ST.,
PORTADOWN.
The Bread is extra good value, being made from the finest flour, and
for colour, sweetness and flavour, has no superior. Customers should
compare it with other bread and give it a fair trial.
Ask for it, and see that you get it.
CARTS GO DAILY TO THE COUNTRY.
In Tea, Courtney’s Special Blend at 2s. 6d. per pound is unequalled.


J. M. ROSS,
Merchant Tailor & Gentlemen’s Outfitter,
SPECIAL MAKER OF
Riding Breeches, Huntsmen’s Coats, and Ladies’
Riding Habits and Jackets.
Supplies every kind of Livery for in and out-door servants of good
materials, and at Lowest Prices.
Always in Stock Special Cloth for CLERGYMEN’S Suits, color
guaranteed.
24 MARKET STREET,
PORTADOWN.
(FIRST DOOR ABOVE POST OFFICE)


JAMES M’KELL,
FAMILY GROCER,
Biscuit Manufacturer,
and
PLAIN & FANCY BREAD BAKER,
Meal, Flour and Bran Stores,
MARKET STREET,
Portadown.


MCCAMMON & SPROTT,
Ham and Bacon Curers,
AND
SEED MERCHANTS,
PORTADOWN.
Prime Irish Rolled Bacon.
Finest Mild-Cured and Export long and short cut Irish Hams.


A. J. BURNETT,
General Draper,
MILLINER & DRESSMAKER,
HIGH STREET,
PORTADOWN.
AGENT FOR THE AMERICAN AND LONDON SCIENTIFIC
SYSTEM OF DRESS-CUTTING.


HENRY BALFOUR,
SAUSAGE SKIN MANUFACTURER,
PORTADOWN.


IMPERIAL HOTEL, PORTADOWN.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED HOTEL has now been much enlarged by the
addition of new Premises, and fitted with every requisite for the convenience
and comfort of Commercial Gentlemen and Visitors. The Hotel ‘Bus attends
the Arrival and Departure of Trains. Posting, &c. WILLIAM HALL, Proprietor.


W. J. REDMOND,
PLAIN and FANCY BAKER,
CONFECTIONER & FAMILY GROCER
1 and 2 CHURCH STREET,
PORTADOWN.


JOSIAH PEEL,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, Druggist,
SEED MERCHANT, &C.,
HIGH STREET, PORTADOWN,
AND
THOMAS STREET, ARMAGH.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded from the Purest Drugs.
Patent and Proprietary Medicines.
Horse and Cattle Medicines.
Toilet Requisites.
Paints, Oils, Colors and Glass.
Garden & Farm Seeds.
Dog Biscuits by the Celebrated Manufacturers.
Oil Cake, Cattle Spice, etc.
Artificial Manures.


JAMES WALSH,
NURSERYMAN & FLORIST,
DRUMCREE,
PORTADOWN.
Rose & Fruit Tree grower in all the leading varieties
Roses, Apples, Pears, Plum, Cherries, Apricots, Peaches,
Raspberries, Strawberries, Gooseberries & Currants.
The Public will find it advantageous to visit the Drumcree Nursery


Portadown Coach Factory,
WILLIAM JOHN LOCKE,
COACH BUILDER,
PORTADOWN.


GEORGE LOCKE,
FAMILY GROCER,
PORTADOWN.


JOHN G. LIVINGSTON,
Shipping, Insurance and Commission Agent,
Agent for Allan, American, Dominion, National, White Star, and
State Lines. Australian and New Zealand Lines.
BRIDGE STREET, PORTADOWN.


W. J. JENKINSON,
CROWN BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
1 WEST STREET, PORTADOWN.
Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Boots and Shoes of all kinds made to order,
and kept in stock. Repairs executed expeditiously
and at moderate rates of charge.


THE ALBERT HOTEL,
CASTLE STREET, PORTADOWN.
WM. REA, Proprietor.
Breakfast 1s. Dinner 1s. Tea 6d. to 8d. Single Bedrooms 1s. to 1s. 6d.
The Albert Hotel is comfortably furnished and maintained in a cleanly condition
throughout. Sanitary arrangements good.


E. MILLIGAN,
Grocer and Provision Merchant,
WEST STREET, PORTADOWN.
The best Tea obtainable at 2s. and 2s. 6d. per lb.


THE GORDON BAR,
WEST STREET, PORTADOWN.
P. SLOWEY, Proprietor.
Holder (in bond and duty paid) of John Jameson’s Whiskey, 5 and 9
years; bottler of Guinness’s XX Stout, Bass’s & Allsopp’s Ales.
Choice Brands of Cigars and Famous Smoking Mixtures.


TIME IS MONEY.
If you want a GOOD WATCH that will give you good time and
no trouble, go to
GRAY OF PORTADOWN,
The man of practical experience, who can be relied on for giving a
Good Article at a very Moderate Price.
The ever increasing demand for these WATCHES is the test of
their value. He never had such a large variety of Good Watches in
Stock—both new and second-hand—as at present. CALL AND SEE
THEM.
He takes this opportunity of saying that he has added another
Workman to his Repairing Department, so as to turn out the work
more expeditiously and save his many Customers the inconvenience of
waiting so long.
He is now in a position to turn out all Watch and Clock Repairs
equal to any first-class House in the Trade, while the Charges in some
cases are only about one half.
DAVID GRAY, Watchmaker & Jeweller,
PORTADOWN.


JOHN McCONNVILLE,
WINE, SPIRIT, SEED AND GRAIN MERCHANT,
Corner of WEST and DAVID STREETS,
PORTADOWN.
Telegraphic Address—“MCCONVILLE, PORTADOWN.”


WALTER ANDERSON, Baker & Confectioner,
Mandeville Street, PORTADOWN,
OPPOSITE THE NEW MARKETS.
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Source: The Book of County Armagh, by George Henry Bassett. Dublin:
Sealy, Bryers & Walker; 1888.


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