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T. Sinclair's lithographic establishment removed from 311 Chestnut to 506 & 508 North St. bet. Market & Arch

Wilbur & Hastings, stationers & printers, lithographers, blank book manufacturers, publis

Parr's American camp chest, patented June 25th, 1861. For sale by Peter W. Rodgers, agent, No.

Thomas Magee, stationer, cor. Second and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia.

Mahlon S. Myers, (successor to Shimmel & Myers,) commission merchant, and dealer in flour, grain & feed, Nos. 239 North Water St., & 244 North Delaware Avenue, Phila.

A. S. Renner, carriage builder, Perkasie Station, N.P.R.R. Bucks Co., Pa.

J. Sandberg with J. Simon, dealer in ready-made clothing and gent's furnishing goods, no. 429 North Second Street, East side, Philadelphia.

Union Brass Works. M'Cambridge, Fry & Co. 525 and 527 Cherry Street, Philadelphia.

Marshall House, "The Union and the Constitution." No. 243 N. Fourth St., above New, Philadelphia.

The Union Piano Manufacturing Co., 1017 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.

Strickland & Bro. booksellers & stationers, No. 529 S. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Our flag--may it forever wave!

[Joseph P. Mickley trade cards]

John B. Robinson's housekeeping furnishing store, No. 1611 Market Street, Philadelphia.

F. Keeler, daguerreotype and stereoscope rooms, No. 276 Market Street, above Eighth, S. side, Philadelphia.

Philadelphia Evening Journal, N.W. corner of Third and Chestnut Sts., January 28th, 1861. Published by Carr & Elliott.

Collins West, painter, graining and calcimining, No. 302 South Second St., Philadelphia.

Jacob H. Hain, manufacturer of saddles, harnesss, bridles, collars, covers, whips, No. 321 Penn Street, Reading, Pa., (a few doors below the "Adler" Printing Office,) orders respectfully solicited and all work warranted.

Jackson's old United States bounty land and pension office. E.O. Jackson, attorney-at-law and pension agent, No. 138 South Third Street, above Walnut, Philadelphia, Pa.

Charles Oakford & Sons in the Continental, hats, caps, and furs, wholesale and retail, 826-828 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.

David Newton, manufacturer of Union tea & coffee ware, wholesale and retail, No. 710 North Fourth Street, above Coates, west side, Philadelphia.

G.T. Stockdale, printer, 117 South Second Street, Philadelphia.

[Trade cards for Ehrgott, Fobriger & Co.]

[Trade cards for Ehrgott, Fobriger & Co.] [graphic].

Familton & Chemin, fancy job printers, 337 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

[Familton & Rogers trade cards]

W. Spencer Rowland's Union lager beer saloon, No. 724 Filbert Street, Philadelphia.

South Ferry Hotel. Kaighn Point, New Jersey. [graphic] : A. Haines / Boerum, s.c.

E. Ketterlinus' lithographic and letter press printing house cor. of Arch & Fourth Sts. Philadelphia.

Conner's cheap printing office, corner Fourth & New Sts., below Vine, Philadelphia.

Coggins & Harbach, No. 36 North Eighth St., Philadelphia.

Samuel H. Bibighaus, importer and dealer in hardware, cutlery, steel, &c., No. 216 North Third Street, six doors above Race, Philadelphia.

Citizens', soldiers' and naval officers' steam clothes renovating, repairing, and dyeing works, has removed from No. 34 South Seventh St. to 136 South Sixth St., ab. Walnut, Philad'a.

[E. & H.T. Anthony trade cards]

William F. Green, butchers' headquarters, No. 1326 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia.

Edward Geary, Jr. dealer in Lehigh and Schuylkill coal. Orders received and promptly attended to, at No. 814 North Second St. above Brown, S.E. cor. Ridge Avenue & Wallace St., (or through despatch directed as above,) Philadelphia. Cash on delivery.

E. Ketterlinus' steam power lithographic and letter press printing house cor. of Arch & Fourth Sts. Philadelphia.

E. Ketterlinus' lithographic and letter press printing house cor. of Arch & Fourth Sts. Philadelphia.

Fire Association of Philadelphia

Maas & Vogdes, job printers, [N.E.?] corner of Second & Chestnut Sts., over Corn Exchange Bank.

Chas. S. Carpenter & Co. N.E. corner of Franklin and Willow Streets, Philadelphia.