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[Higgins' German laundry soap trade cards]

Henry H. Holloway, bookseller, old and new books, in all languages, No. 7 S. Tenth St., Phila.

Finale of a breakfast on biscuits made of Heckers' self-raising flour.

Henderson & Brother, 1906 Sansom St., Philadelphia.

H.R. Henry, produce dealer, stalls, No. 106 & 108 Fourth Ave., Fifth St. market, Philadelphia.

Jacob E. Herbert, general house furnishing goods, lamps and oils. 1114 Columbia Ave.

E. Fonteneau, ladies' French hair dresser, maker of wigs, braids, curls, &c., shampooing a specialty, removed to 102 South Eleventh St. Three doors below Chestnut, Philadelphia.

Greenfield's candies. 909 Broadway.

Books, banners, bibles, cards, full assortments. B. Griffith, sec'y, 1420 Chestnut St.

[Glendinning & Truitt trade cards]

Globe billiard parlors, and palace luxury, 321 Federal St., Camden, N.J. Albert Crump.

[J. Peter Gohl trade cards]

Goodwin Bros., manufacturers of fine confections, 649 North Eighth Street, Philadelphia.

F.O. Goodwin, dealers in improved copper lightning conductors, cor. 53d St. & Wyalusing Ave., West Philadelphia.

R.L. Shute, 695 Broadway, below 4th St., west side, New York.

[Julius Sichel trade cards]

Compliments of Sichel & Meyer, 50, 52 and 54 N. 8th St., Philadelphia.

[Louis J. Selliez trade cards]

I use celluloid eye glasses. S.O.M. Co. pat. Mar. 13, '77 on each pair.

Schomacker Gold String Piano Co., Philadelphia.

[G.A. Schwarz trade cards]

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

William Seefeldt, brass and German silver musical instruments, No. 731 Race St., Philad'a.

[Shoneman Bros. trade cards]

Wm. H. Shuster, manufacturer of confectionery, 58 North Eighth Street, Philadelphia.

I am Salisbury's Troubadours' turtle, 1874.

Geo. C. Brotherton, prop'r. Sample and lunch room, No. 130 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

Joseph Ruf, importer and manufacturer of human hair, Nos. 950 & 952 N. Second Street, Philad'a.

Charles Rumpp, manufacturer of fancy leather goods, portemonnaies, pocket books and satchels, No. 47 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia.

Shafer's pure fruit syrups.

Master of ceremonies, Frank Shantz.

Peter E. Sheetz, florist, S.W. cor. 12th and Spring Garden Sts., also 1553 Palmer Street.

James W. Saunders, bricklayer and builder, 230 N. Twenty-second St., Philadelphia.

P. Edw'd Chillman & Co., photographers, 18 South Eighth Str., Philadelphia.

Regine. I.S. Custer, Son & Co. Philadelphia.

Darlington, Runk & Co., Philadelphia.

Is dese' your chickens miss

J. Prosser Osbourn, caterer, No. 311 North 38th Street, Philadelphia.

Lehman & Bolton. Steam power lithographic & letter press printing rooms. Nos 418, 420 & 422 Library Street. Opposite Post Office.

Compliments of Burk & M'Fetridge, printers & lithographers, 304 Chestnut, Philadelphia.

Coughlin & Eldredge, book store, Binghamton, N. Y. 60. 60. 60.

Ask for P. Cox & Bro.'s fine shoes.

"And then, the lover sighing like furnace."

Send for specimens of "orange blossom" and "rose" to Crider & Brother, York, Pa. Marriage certificates.

[Conrad Brothers' trade cards]

James A. Consterdine, crystal ivorytype artist, 124 S. Ninth St., Philadelphia.

The Continental Filter Manufacturing Company, office--36 S. Fifth St., Philadelphia, Pa. Estimates made for filters of any desired capacity. Presented by [blank] J.E. Johnson, supt.

Conway, gent's furnisher, 1602 South Street, Philadelphia.

Colgate & Co.'s "new" soap. The "new" soap in oval cakes unequalled for laundry use.

[Darlington, Runk & Co. trade cards]