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J. M. Cummings, boots and shoes, removed to our new store, No. 3608 Lancaster Avenue, formerly of 3624 Lancaster Ave.

Peter Schwindt, ladies' and gents' fine shoes, No. 1208 Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia.

Edward Casperson, boot and shoe maker, No. 3647 Woodland Ave. (formerly Darby Road.)

From Porter's great American shoe store, 242 N. 8th St., Philadelphia.

Henry S. Bissex boots, shoes, and trunks, 3800 Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia.

The largest retail shoe store, Hallahan's, 35 & 37 North 8th Street, cor. Filbert.

Compliments of Bartlett, 1033 Chestnut St., fine boots and shoes.

A. Singer, gent's, ladies', misses' and childrens, fine shoes, 104 N. Second St., Philadelphia.

J. & F. Cadmus, manufacturers and dealers in boots, shoes, trunks and bags, No. 734 Market Street, south side, one door below 8th St. Philadelphia.

The esthetic drive. 122 North Eighth Street, near Arch, common sense shoemaker, Sylvan Dalsimer, manager.

The West End Shoe Store, custom work and repairing, Geo. E. Bissex, agt. 3612 Market Street.

Now is the time. 50,000 pairs boots, shoes & gaiters cheaper than ever. : Read the following prices, and judge for yourselves: ... Ladies' and children's shoes of all descriptions at the lowest prices. Gum boots, sea, water, gunning, fishing and ditching

[St. James Church, Philadelphia, Pa.]

[Armand Dalsemer trade cards]

[S.D. Sollers & Co. trade cards]

[John P. Twaddell trade cards]

[S. & H. Buckley trade cards]

[St. James Church, Philadelphia, Pa.] [graphic] / M.P. Simons, 1320 Chestnut Street.

Market Street, [above Fourth Street], Philadelphia

[Laird, Schober & Mitchell trade cards]