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Auner's printing office, No. 110 North Tenth Street, above Arch, Philadelphia.

Routes of the two parades by the soldiers and sailors, Friday, October 2d, 1868.

F. Moras, lithographer, 109 Sth Fourth St. Philadelphia.

Kunzman & Hall, practical lithographers, no. 216 1/2 Walnut Street Philadelphia.

Wm. Painter & Co., bankers, No. 110 South Third Street, buy all kinds of quartermasters' vouchers, including certificates for deserters, and court martial certificates.

Cataract House, Niagara Falls.

Fairbanks' standard scales. Buy only the genuine.

Gottleib Hartung's wine & lager beer hall and restaurant. Importer of Rhenish and Neckar wines, No. 512 Race St., Philadelphia.

[Trade cards containing a view of the Rhine Valley]

Ruclius & Kinlzbach doll manufacturers Philadelphia.

Baltz, Stitz, & Co. Importers & dealers in brandies, wines, gins &c. Bourbon & rye whiskies. No. 333 North 37th St. Philadelphia.

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

F. & L. Ladner's Military Hall. No. 532 North Third St. Philadelphia.

Macdowell, engraver and printer, 1028 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.



L. Kausz successor to H. Kausz , manufacturer & importer of and dealer in artist's materials, 810 Walnut Street Philadelphia. [graphic].

Louis Thoenebe & Co.'s lager beer saloon, 337 Chestnut St. Philadelphia. [graphic] : Lunch from 10 to 12 o'clock. Choice brands of wines and liquors constantly kept on hand.

Mayer, Strouse & Baum's continental bitters. No. 116 North 3rd St. Philadelphia. [graphic] : Importers of wines, brandies, gin &c.

Baltz, Stitz, & Co. Importers & dealers in brandies, wines, gins &c. Bourbon & rye whiskies. No. 333 North 37th St. Philadelphia. [graphic] : Fred. Baltz. John Stiltz. Andrew Bold.

Fairbanks' standard scales. Buy only the genuine. [graphic].

Thompson Black's Son & Co., tea dealers, n.w. corner Broad & Chestnut sts., Philada. [graphic].

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.

Ruclius & Kinlzbach doll manufacturers Philadelphia. [graphic].

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

Goddard & Co. apothecaries, No. 1228 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

[Charity and the Devil trade cards]

Henry & Fisher's union coal yard, Ninth Street, below Jefferson, Philadelphia.


W. Boell, practical lithographer and engraver, 311 Walnut Street Philadelphia.

Mayer, Strouse & Baum's continental bitters. No. 116 North 3rd St. Philadelphia.


Alexander Young, grain distiller, South Street, above Fourth, Phila.

John Faulkner, carter & teamster, 30th and Walnut Sts., Philadelphia.

William Heaton, rubber goods of every description, 503 Chestnut St., Philad'a.


Stern, Jonas & Co. No. 218 North Third Street, Philadelphia.

Independence Square recruiting camps. [graphic]. James Queen del.


Your influence and patronage is respectfully solicited.

Independence Square recruiting camps. [graphic]. James Queen del.

Our relations at home and abroad.

Exeter Hall. The Lion weeps: "Is he not a bird and a brother?" [graphic]

Grand tableau of the future. The little child, Liberty, shall lead them. [graphic]

For the precise period at which this occurred, consult history. [graphic]

The Eagle vindicates the Monroe Doctrine in Mexico. [graphic]

Introduction of Master Swamp Angel: the Lion pockets his Rams. [graphic]

Grand combat between the Eagle and the Wolf. [graphic]

The arming of the Wolf by his faithful squire. [graphic]

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