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Important to printers, Francis & Loutrell's improved inking rollers.

West Philadelphia Manufacturing Cos. starch & farina works. Chestnut & Bridgewater Streets, Philadelphia. Refined pearl starch & corn farina. [graphic] / James Queen.

Fabrica del Tabacco [graphic] / Ant Gregori scul. F.

[Tobacco house] [graphic] / W. Newman del. sculp.

[Workers processing indigo] [graphic].

Cooking ranges.

[James Lane's stove store, No. 218 North Third Street, Philadelphia] [graphic] / Drawn on stone by W. H. Rease, 17, Sth. 5th St. Phil.

[Western Paper Hangings Establishment, 501 Market Street, Philadelphia.] [graphic] / Drawn on stone by Wm. H. Rease, 17 South 5th St.

H. P. & W. C. Taylor perfumers [graphic] / W. Dreser, delt. & lith.

Moyer & Hazard, successors of Alexander Fullerton, 174 Market Street, fifth door above Fifth Street, Philadelphia [and] Elijah Bowen, wholesale & retail hat & cap store, No. 176 Market Street, Philadelphia. [graphic].

Finn & Burton's paper hangings warehouse No 142, Arch St. Phila. [graphic] / W. H. Rease No. 17 So. 5th St.

[Donnelly's steam patent match manufactory, Linden Street near the Stone Bridge, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[C. F. Mansfield. Paper hangings. Wholesale and retail, 275 South Second Street, Philadelphia] [graphic] / Drawn on stone by R. F. Reynolds, Philada.

[J. Willis, shoe manufactory, 241 Arch Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Charles Gilbert's stove manufactory, 249 North Second Street, Philadelphia] [graphic] / Drawn by W. H. Rease, 17 So. 5th Str. Phila.

[Garden & Brown, silk & fur hat manufactory, 196 Market Street, Philadelphia] [graphic] / On stone by W. H. Rease, 17 So. 5th. St.

Forest

Emblem

Mull a la Suisse

[Textile label depicting a dog spotting two ducks among tall grasses]

[Fold & find 18 changes metamorphic trade card promoting Water Lily Soap] [graphic].

[Burton & Laning paper hanging manufactory, 6th Street above Camac, Philadelphia] [graphic] / On stone by Rease & Schell No. 17 Sth. 5th St. Phila.

Abbott & Lawrence. Liberty Stove Works, Brown Street above Fourth St. Philada. [graphic] / Drawn & lithd. by A. Kollner.

H. B. McCalla, successor to the late Andrew McCalla, No. 252 Market St. First hat & cap store below 8th St. south side, Philadelphia. [graphic] / On stone by R. F. Reynolds No. 30, So. 5th. St. below Walnut 4th. story.


Bought of French & Richards, wholesale druggists, north-west corner of Market and Tenth Sts., wholesale agents for Silver's plastic fire and water proof paints.

Hicks' patent (applied for) improved spring blind fast. : I beg to call the attention of the trade to the above very important improvement in fastenings for outside window blinds and shutters. ... / All orders must be addressed to C.D. Kellogg, Boston, Ma

Espiritu santo. Triple extract. The most delicate, fragrant and lasting perfume of the age. Tisseau, distillateur-parfumeur, Philadelphia. Bookmark.

Thaddeus Davids & Co.

Manufacturers' price list of Wells' petroleum writing fluid.

J. M. Mitchell & Co., nos. 24 and 26 North Front Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

Sole agency and depot for Philadelphia is with E. R. Pettit.

Price list of Wright's pure carmine ink.


Blackwood's ink.



J. J. Butler's record, mercantile, and copying excelsior writing fluid..

To the employing printers of the city of New York.

J. J. Butler's record, mercantile and copying excelsior writing fluid.

Central Oil Refinery

East from Scottsdale


A. Hawley & Co., perfumers and chemists, no. 39 North Fourth Street, above Arch, Philadelphia.

[Joseph Feinour & Son stove store and Joseph Feinour's tin, copper brass & iron ware house 213-215 South Front Street, Philadelphia] [graphic] / ...by W. H. Rease, 17, So. 5th St.

Bought of Breinig, Fronefield & Co. Druggists & chemists, no. 187 North 3rd Street. Wholesale dealers and importers of drugs, medicines, paints, dye stuffs, glass, perfumery &c.&c.


Bought of Breinig, Fronefield & Co. Druggists & chemists, no. 187 North 3rd Street. Wholesale dealers and importers of drugs, medicines, paints, dye stuffs, glass, perfumery &c.&c.


Agricultural Hall - Nave, Looking North

U.S. Army ambulance.

A part of the 4,000,000 bale yearly cotton crop of Texas.

Shafer's pure fruit syrups.

Matthew H. Fifield, machinist, light "special" machinery and models. Also tools for jewelers, silversmiths, dentists and sheet metal workers, No. 3015 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

[Briggs & Bro., flour and feed store, East Orthodox Street, Frankford, Philadelphia]

Frank P. Brown, plumber, steam and gas fitter, No. 53 North Sixth Street, below Arch, Philadelphia.

Jules Hauel's eau lustral hair restorative




Henry Tolman, dealier in railway, machinists', engineers' and general supplies, also machinery and tools, No. [228] Arch Street, Philadelphia.

[Delivery wagon for Ellwood Allen, lumber & mill work, York & Richmond Sts., Philadelphia]

Vankirk & Co. Philadelphia.

Two reams super white wove flat cap. / Halleck Mills. Manufactured expressly for Charles Magarge & Co. Philadelphia.

The Union mower.

While using children's elastic knee protector.



Nearing the Atlantic Refining Co's plant at Point Breeze [graphic].

Cars loaded with cotton bales on levee near cotton growing district, Texas.

[Wm. Wilson & Son, manufacturers of silverware, northwest corner Fifth and Cherry streets] [graphic].

William & Coons, importers of fancy goods. Manufacturers of pocket books, no. 19 North Fourth St. Philadelphia.

Brown & Magee, manufacturers, 708 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia [graphic].


To A. M. Knowlson, dr. Pharmaceutist, natural flowers of every description, for parties, weddings, funerals, &c., furnished at short notice. No. 350 Broadway, Troy, N.Y.

Bought of William A. Whittem, apothecary, dealer in segars, stationery &c. Opposite rail road depot.

Bought of E. & S. Frey, druggists, no. 314 Baltimore Street.

Robert Barker & Co. Manufacturers and wholesale druggists. Selling agents for Barker's H&C Powder & N&B Liniment. 135 Arch Street.

Vankirk & Co. Philadelphia. [graphic] / Boell, eng.

William & Coons, importers of fancy goods. Manufacturers of pocket books, no. 19 North Fourth St. Philadelphia. [graphic] : Saml. W. Williams. Joseph Coons.

William & Coons, importers of fancy goods. Manufacturers of pocket books, no. 19 North Fourth St. Philadelphia. [graphic] : Saml. W. Williams. Joseph Coons.

J.T. Moore, wholesale dealer & manufacturer's agent, wooden-ware, baskets, brooms, brushes, twine, cordage, &c. No. 235 South Front Street, Philadelphia.

A.G. Brooks, machinery exchange, 261 N. Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.


The coming power. "Swiftsure soap." Compliments of Ecker & Co., Otis & Holman Sts., Phila., Pa.

Philadelphia Machinery Company, 1819 to 1827 Montgomery Ave., Philadelphia, Penna.

John Mundell & Co.'s Solar Tip Shoes. Made only by John Mundell & Co. Phila.

Philadelphia taste displayed. Or, bon-ton below stairs.

Charles Diedrichs, manufacturer of braiding, cord, & whip machinery, & machinery in general, No. 31 Vine St., Philadelphia.


[Philadelphia Brewery]

Peter Parker, No. 249 North Second St. [Philadelphia] :

[Dyottville Glass Works]


Stafford's jet black ink.




The ink in this bottle is superior to Davids' ink.

S. F. Jacoby & Co. Importers & dealers in foreign and domestic marble in all their varieties. J. K. & M. Freedley dealers in American marble. [graphic] / Drawn on stone by W. H. Rease 17 1/2 Sth. 5th. St.

Warnick & Leibrandt's Philadelphia stove works and hollow-ware foundry. First wharf above Noble St. Philadelphia. [graphic] / From nature & on stone by W. H. Rease 17 So. 5th St.

Harrison Brothers' white lead works & chemical laboratory, Philadelphia. [graphic] / On stone by W. H. Rease, 17, So. 5th. St.

[Wm. W. Clark, drug & chemical warehouse, 16 North Fifth Street, Philadelphia] [graphic] / Drawn on Stone by W. H. Rease, 17 So. 5th St.

[Francis Field & Francis, importers & dealers in tin plate & tinsmans furniture, importers & manufacturers of saddlery hardware, tin ware, tin toys & japanned wares, no. 80 Nth 2nd St., Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Edward Banister carpet warehouse and Stephen Foulk's cheap carpet & floor oil cloth warehouse, corner of Seventh and Market Streets, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Geo. W. Ridgway, successor to Saml. P. Griffitts, Jr. Drugs [and] chemicals, N.W. corner of 9th and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Charles Oakford's hat & cap store, wholesale & retail, No. 104, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. [graphic] / Jas. Queen, delt.

[Piper & Andrews, warm air furnace manufactory. Cooking ranges. 82 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

To Read & Sutters, dr. Chair manufacturers, S.W. cor. Front & Green Streets, No. 536 North Front St., ware room second story.


To the trade.

Richard B. Dovell's Son & Co. (late Dovell & Easey,) manufacturers of sealing wax, wafers, writing inks, mucilage, &c.


Charles Oakford & Sons model hat store nos 826 & 828, Chestnut Street, Continental Hotel. Philadelphia. Hats, caps & furs, wholesale & retail. [graphic] / Lith by Ibbotson & Queen, 311 1/2 Walnut St.

Charles Oakford's model hat store, 158, Chestnut Street Philadelphia. Hats, caps and furs, wholesale and retail. [graphic].

[Morocco leather manufactory, B. D. Stewart, S.E. corner of Willow Street and Old York Road, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Goodyears Rubber-Packing & Belting Company. Warehouse 104 Chestnut St. Philada. Factory Newtown, Connecticut. Belting, packing, hose, clothing, druggist-articles, etc. [graphic] / E. Luders lith.

Goodyears Rubber-Packing & Belting Company. Warehouse 104 Chestnut St. Philada. Factory Newtown, Connecticut. Belting, packing, hose, clothing, druggist-articles, etc. [graphic].

William W. Cansler's Paper-Hanging Warehouse N.E. corner of Arch & Seventh Sts. Philadelphia.

Kimball & Gorton Philadelphia R. R. Car Manufactory, 21st. & Hamilton streets Philadelphia.

Great Dry Dock at Ireland I[sland] [Bermuda] [graphic].


Chemical laboratory of Crew, Rogers & Crew Philadelphia Penna.

[Knight's patent paper machine, manufactory. A.L. Knight & Co.]




Brook's prize medal spool cotton. Hand & machine sewing.

Union Tea Co., No. 1735 North 10th Street, teas, coffees, & spices. Handsome & useful presents given away with tea and coffee.


Trade price list. Howe's spring beds, cots and berth bottoms. / Howe Spring Bed Co., sole manufacturers. Salesrooms: 15 Charlestown Street, Boston, 173 Canal Street, New York. Factory, 386 & 388 Main Street, Cambridgeport, Mass.

[Trade cards containing a view of the Rhine Valley]

Bought of Browning & Brothers, wholesale druggists, and dealers in white and red lead, litharge, linseed oil, oil of vitriol, window glass, putty, dye stuffs, &c.&c. No. 33 Market Street.

[Letterhead of The Pharmaceutical Era, D. C. Haynes & Co., publishers, New York]

[Illustrated checks and lettersheet of Lanman & Kemp, wholesale druggists, 69, 71 and 73 Water St., New York]


[Trade cards containing a view of the Rhine Valley] [graphic].

Shill's factory and store, 1029 Chestnut Street, next door to the new opera house.


The great capadura has been, is now, and ever shall be the best 5 ct. cigar in the world.

[Read's Grand Duchess Cologne trade cards]




J. Smith, manufacturer of fine cigars, and dealer in tobacco, snuff, pipes, &c. 720 West Dauphin Street, near 4th and 8th Sts. depot, Philadelphia.

[Wm. W. Clark, drug & chemical warehouse, 16 North Fifth Street, Philadelphia]


H.O. Wilbur & Sons, chocolate & cocoa manufacturers, Philadelphia, Pa.

Fresh deviled crabs. McMenamin & Co., Hampton, Va.

Compliments of Nice & Rau, varnishes, paints, oils, etc. 328 & 330 S. Second St. Philadelphia.

M. Gould's Sons & Co. No. 8 N. Sixth St. Phila. Pa.

Geo. W. Ridgway, successor to Saml. P. Griffitts, Jr. Drugs [and] chemicals, [N.W. corner of 9th and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia]

Wetherill & Brothers white lead manufactory & chemical works, corner of 12th & Cherry streets, Philadelphia.

[Samuel Powell & Co. ship & house work in tin, copper, brass and iron]

Use ideal quinine and sulphur soap.

John C. Baker & Co. wholesale dealers & importers of drugs, medicines, chemicals, paints & dye stuffs, No. 100, North Third St. Philadelphia. [graphic] / On stone by W. H. Rease No. 17 So. 5th St.

Potter & Carmichael, oil cloth manufacturers warehouse, No. 135, North Third Street, Philadelphia. [graphic] / Drawn on stone by H.W. Rease, No. 17, So. 5th St.

[Lewis Fatman & Co., steam paste blacking, steam friction matches, 41 N. Front Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Lewis Fatman & Co., blacking manufactory, steam friction matches manufactory, back of No. 412 Coates Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[J. & J. Reakirt, wholesale druggists and importers of drugs, chemicals, paints, dye-stuffs, &c. &c. S.E. cor. of Third & Callowhill Sts., Philada.] [graphic] / M. S. Weaver, del.

[Samuel Powell & Co. ship & house work in tin, copper, brass and iron, No. 8 Market Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Berks Builders and Supply Co., Wyomissing, Pa. Manufacturers of all kinds of planning mill work.

Price & Harper's steam saw mill, fancy chair manufactory and lumber yard, Girard Avenue, between Seventh & Eighth, Philadelphia. [graphic] / Lithographed by W. H. Rease, No. 97 Chestnut St.

Agricultural Hall - Nave, Looking North

Verviers Section - Machinery Hall

Trade cards, advertisements, and bill heads for Philadelphia merchants.

John C. Baker & Co. wholesale dealers & importers of drugs, medicines, chemicals, paints & dye stuffs, No. 100, North Third St. Philadelphia.

[Joseph Feinour & Son stove store and Joseph Feinour's tin, copper brass & iron ware house 213-215 South Front Street, Philadelphia]

Moyer & Hazard, successors of Alexander Fullerton, 174 Market Street, fifth door above Fifth Street, Philadelphia [and] Elijah Bowen, wholesale & retail hat & cap store, No. 176 Market Street, Philadelphia.

[Philadelphia Evening Bulletin trade cards]

Singer Sewing Machine Company's Building

Allen's Furniture Warehouse, Philadelphia. [graphic].

[Unidentified commercial interior, possibly dealer of glass and fancy goods, Philadelphia]

U.S. Mint, Philadelphia

[Bronson's tobacco factory & office]

[Public Ledger Building, south west corner of Sixth and Chestnut streets, Philadelphia]

Willcox & Gibbs' sewing machine salesrooms, no. 720 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia

Wells on Clarion River

Spinning room - Winding bobbins with woolen yarn for weaving, Philadelphia, Pa.


Miss E. Levy, 1018 Chestnut St., Phila. Umbrellas & parasols, leather goods, fans.

Eugene Roussel's celebrated mineral waters in glass botttles for hotels, families & shipping

Shoe & Leather Building. International Exhibition, 1876. Fairmount Park Philadelphia.

Hartley Knight, carpets, 1222 Chestnut Street, Philada.

The Weston and Wells Manufacturing Company. Office 123 South Second Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

[X. Bazin, steam fancy soap works and perfumery, 917 Cherry Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Baugh & Sons, manufacturers of raw bone super phosphate of lime. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [graphic].

Oxford Carpet Mills, Wm. Hogg, Jr. Philadelphia. [graphic].

Greer & Son, N.E. cor. Tenth and Walnut Sts., Philadelphia.

Comlyville power loom factory. No. [blank] 50 1/2 yards. Warranted fast colours. J. Steel.



[Milliken's linen store trade cards]

Wear Celluloid collars and cuffs.

Wilson & McCallay's Happy Thought. Wave line plug tobacco.

Twelve good reasons why the Woman's Suffrage Stove Polish is preferred to all others.

Lehman & Bolton steam power lithograph & letter press printing rooms. Nos. 418, 420 & 422 Library Street, Philadelphia. Opposite Post Office.

Freight locomotive engine for Pennsylvania Rail Road manufactured by Richard Norris & Son Philadelphia.

The Farmer Mower. / J. Pine, patentee, Troy, N.Y. Patented May and October, 1864. This machine will be repaired and extras furnished to agents and others desiring them, at the Troy Machine Shop ... Do not throw aside you old machine for a new one, for I w


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