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D. Klein & Bro., clothiers, 1112 Market Street, Philadelphia. Branch store, 4327 Main St., Manayunk.

Hartley Knight, carpets, 1222 Chestnut Street, Philada.

[Jones & Fisher trade cards]

Chr. Jud, fancy cake bakery, ice cream saloon and confectionery, 238 S. Eleventh, Philadelphia.

Geo. W. Nock, locksmith, bell hanger and silver plater, 142 N. Fourth Street, Philadelphia.

Lavine, Hartford Chemical Works, 30 Union Place. Try Lavine for washing.

John W. Kevin, grocer, 237 S. Eighth St. below Locust, Philadelphia.

[Partridge & Richardson trade cards]

Patapsco baking powder.

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

H.M.S. Pinafore, for the benefit of the Penna. Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Friday afternoon, April 25, 1879.

Joel S. Perkins, No. 120 Market Street, Philadelphia.

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

International Exhibition. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. 1876.

James P. Wood & Co., manufacturers of improved apparatus for steam heating, (high and low pressure,) ranges, cooking apparatus, &c. Gas lighting, for public buildings, dwellings and towns. Ventilating, by automatic action, steam or power fans. 39 South Fo

C.R. Woodward, 305 South 13th Street, Philadelphia.

[E.H. Worne's lace and embroidery store trade cards]

[S. Zugsmith's trade cards]

[Frederick Brown's Ginger trade cards]

[Willcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine Company trade cards]

[Willett & Quinby trade cards]

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

Stephen F. Whitman's choice confections, always fresh, at Mrs. M.A. Friend's, 45 Washington Street, Cape May City.

Whitmore's stationery and leathergoods are standard for style and quality.

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

Choice Bohsemeem, the best and purest spices. Weikel & Smith Spice Co., Philadelphia.

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

Albert L. West, with Russell & Armstrong, manufacturers of paper and bags, branch store, S.E. cor. Third and Vine Sts., Philadelphia.

Go to the West Philadelphia Card Depot, 3718 Market St., for chromo cards by set, 100 or 1000,

Compliments of J. Westney, agt. Manufacturers of baby carriages, velocipedes, &c. No. 226 Dock Street.

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

[Geo. G. Burbank, druggist and apothecary, 235 Main St., Worcester, Mass.]

Machinery Hall. Centennial International Exhibition.

Memorial Hall. International Exhibition. Length 365 ft. Width 210 ft.

B.M. Weld, drugs & medicines, also boots, shoes, slippers, etc. Bradford, Vermont.

Wm. Idler, 109 South Eleventh Street, watchmaker & jeweler, over 20 years experience in repairing fine watches.

Indian Queen perfume. Bean & Brother, 47 & 49 North Second Street, Philadelphia.

Inscho, manufacturer of best 25 cent confectionery in the city. No. 1317 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

John Jackson, wholesale and retail mutton, lamb & veal butcher, stalls, 188 & 189 Oxford Market, 20th and Oxford Sts., Phila.

H. Jahke, wholesale & retail dealer in all descriptions of fresh & salt pork, hams, lard, tongues, &c. 130, 131, 132 & 133 Nineteenth St. market, residence, cor. Baring & Sloan Sts., West Phila.

[Dr. Jayne's medications trade cards]

Harrisburg Nail Works, Henry McCormick, treasurer.

Use Hovey's pure dye spool silk.

H.D. Druckenmiller, dealer in musical instruments. Kutztown, Pa.

John M. Howland & Son, 1203 Market St., Philadelphia.

Wm. H. Hoskins, 913 Arch St., Philad'a. Lithographer & engraver. Stationer & blank book manufacturer. Steam power printer.

Charles Corless, Glen Riddle, Pa. The best cow milker in the world.

D. Landreth & Sons, 21 and 23 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia. Seeds & bulbs, implements and tools for farm, garden, greenhouse

Geo. W. Flagg, banker and broker, 255 Thames St., Newport, R.I.