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[Charles W.R. Smith trade cards]

[Hunter's handsome drug stores, cor. Pacific & New Jersey Aves., cor. Atlantic & Indiana Aves., Atlantic City, N.J. and cor. Fifteenth and Wharton Sts., Philadelphia]

Fall & winter 1882-83. Potsdamer & Co. General lithographers & printers, publishers of lithographic advertising specialties, 243 & 245 South Third Street.

Philadelphia lawn mowers at Horticultural Hall, Fairmount Park.

The celluloid corset clasps side & dress steels.

Graf Brothers, lithographers, 125 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

The celebrated Sohmer Pianos are at present the most popular and preferred by the leading artists.

Bailey & Co.'s mammoth 5 ct. store, 13 North Eighth Street.

Greer & Son, N.E. cor. Tenth and Walnut Sts., Philadelphia.

[Hassler's trade cards]

D. Wilmot Richardson, fashionable hatter, 2024 & 2026 Callowhill St., Philadelphia.

Compliments of Charles E. Ford's English Comic Opera Co. St. Valentine's Day, 1882.

Brook's prize medal spool cotton. Hand & machine sewing.

Wm. Akers, Jr. & Co., china and glassware, 921 Market Street, Phila.

Grand result. Buying guns, ammunition, and fishing tackle from Paul Meyers, 625 South Second St., and 212 Vine St., Philadelphia, Pa.

Geo. S. Harris & Sons, printers, engravers, lithographers, 718, 720, 722 & 724 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

E. McKelvey, fine family groceries, 1118 Columbia Ave.

Present in many cans of Miles' Baking Powder due bills for handsome book and 2 paintings, in some cans due bill for a watch.

Hammocks, hammock ropes, hammock spreaders, Saratoga hammock, pat'd July 19th, 1881.

E.L. Whitney, bookseller and stationer, Milton, Vt.

[The Universal Plow Company, Canton, Ohio]

F. Pulaski & Co., 1026 Chestnut St.

[Household Sewing Machine trade cards]

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

Rolling cigarette.

Dixon's carburet of iron stove polish.

[Fitzgerald & Sons trade cards]

Hagar

Buist's garden seeds are the best

Thomas M. Harris & Co.

[Wm. H. Oakford trade cards]

E.A. Yarnall, successor to P. Madeira, choice cutlery, &c. 115 S. 10th St., Philad'a.

R. & J. Beck, opticians, No. 1016 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Money bags, Chestnut Street Theatre. Marrying for money.

[Haverly's Theatre, "The World," trade cards]

Forney's ladies and gent's new dining rooms, 1405 Filbert Street, opp. Penn. elevated R.R. depot, Phila.

The Bergner & Engel Brewing Co., Philadelphia.

Compliments of J.C. Williams & Son, Central Pharmacy, 50 South Salina St., Syracuse, N.Y.

Mrs. Geo. M. Baker, stationery, fancy goods, &c. 987 N. Second St.

The eureka poisoned fly-plate will kill every fly in the house.

M. H. Traubel, lithographer, 146 So. Eighth St., Philadelphia. [graphic] : Whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap.

William B. Dixey trade cards

Joe Michl

[Joseph Hoover trade cards]

Burger & Co. fine furniture manufacturers, N.W. cor. Eleventh & Market Sts.

Compliments of Henry Baltz, Jr., meat and provisions, S.E. cor. of 18th and Fountain Sts. between Norris and Diamond.

[American Sewing Machine Company trade cards]

A. Maron, 1612 Chestnut Stret, Philadelphia.

The genuine Murray & Lanman Florida Water the richest of all perfumes.

[Hoyt's German cologne trade cards]

[D.S. Ewing trade cards]

Diamonds, mutilated coins, old gold, silver, teeth plates, jewelry, and silverware. Full value paid. J.L. Clark, refiner, 823 Filbert Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

[Read's Grand Duchess Cologne trade cards]

Anniversary greeting. Stern Brothers, Frankford, Philadelphia, Pa.

Colburn's Phila. mustard.

Our carrier pigeon. Columbus Buggy Co., Columbus.

Standard tip shoes. T.M. Harris & Co.

[Wm. F. Simes & Son trade cards]

John T. Roberts & Bro., reliable coal dealers, 1825 and 1827 N. Tenth St., and Germantown.

Major E. Newell, with Genl. Tom Thumb's Museum. H.R. Jacobs, manager.

T. Sinclair & Son. Lithographic establishment. Philadelphia.

A. Heinman men's furnishing goods, No. 140 No. Eighth Str. Philadelphia.

Edward Stern & Co., printer and lithographer. 125 & 127 N. Seventh St. Philadelphia.



The coming power. "Swiftsure soap." Compliments of Ecker & Co., Otis & Holman Sts., Phila., Pa.

The People's Opera Company.


Thomas M. Harris & Co. sole manufacturers Philadelphia

John Griffeth, furniture warerooms, 119 N. Second St., Philadelphia, Pa.


Colonnade Hotel, Philadelphia. Congress Hall, Cape May.

Parker's dyspepsia cure.

John Mundell & Co.'s Solar Tip Shoes. Made only by John Mundell & Co. Phila.

Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co., office 2 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.

Use Eavenson's diamond soap.

Compliments of the West End Clothing House, 1634 Market Street, Philadelphia. J. Kuh; prop'r.

Lewis Voight & Son, artistic paper hangings.

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

[Dudley L. Page's confectionery trade cards]

Edward Stern & Co., printer and lithographer. 125 & 127 N. Seventh St. Philadelphia.

S. Musselman, (formerly with E. Burthey,) manufacturer of fine confections, 274 South Fourth St., Philadelphia.

[Estes & Lauriat trade cards]

Compliments of Cain & Verner, 501 Market St. cor. 5th Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.


T. Sinclair & Son. Lithographic establishment. Philadelphia.

Geo. W. Allen, hatter, 808 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.

J.W. Paxson & Co. Philadelphia.

Noix de coco, manufactured by Warner & Merritt, Philadelphia.

"Creme" oat meal toilet soap.

"Palais Royal." Siedenbach & Cohen, fancy goods, laces, gloves and trimmings, S.W. cor. Eighth and Filbert Streets, Philad'a.

Horsford's acid phosphate for mental & physical exhaustion, dyspepsia &c. It makes a delicious drink with water & sugar only. Rumford Chemical Works, Providence, R.I.

L. S. Plaut & Co., 715, 717, 719 Broad St., Newark, N. J.

Solar Tip Shoes

[Philadelphia roller skating rink, Twenty-third and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia]

[U.S. Wind Engine and Pump Co. trade cards]

Chas. Blasius & Sons. The largest piano & organ house 1119 Chestnut St. Phila.

Rapson's trimmings and zephyrs, 132 N. Eighth Street, corner of Cherry St.

Compliments of Nice & Rau, varnishes, paints, oils, etc. 328 & 330 S. Second St. Philadelphia.

Fannie Price, dealer in all kind of county produce, stalls, 125 & 127 Farmer's Market, Philadelphia.

Vienna pudding, G.W. Barlow, manufacturer, New York.

Smoke the "owl" cigar 5¢.

Geo. S. Harris & Sons, printers, engravers, lithographers, 718, 720, 722 & 724 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

Charles Brintzinghoffer, wholesale and retail brush manufacturer, No. 935 Market Street, Philadelphia.

[Tradecard for S. Drapers' Uncle Tom's Cabin]

Compliments of Quinlan & Fisher, 816 Arch Street.

The American Health Cushion Co.

Cloaks & Dolmans in every style at Ehrichs' Eighth Avenue & 24 th St. The largest assortment and the lowest prices in the city.

Peter Schemm & Son. Brewery, 25th & Poplar sts. Philadelphia.

Creditor of Johnsing & Skinner--"I'll hab a hundred and fifty cents on de dollar, or I'll lick de hul firm."

Cressman's Pharmacy, N.E. cor. York & Fairhill Streets, Philadelphia. Deutsche Apotheke.


"Autumn on the Wissahicon [sic]."


John W. Pechin & Bro. Manufacturers of pure oak leather belting, worsted aprons, lace & picker leather. 228 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

C.L. Dexter & Co., confectioners, and fancy ice creams, Walnut and Fifteenth Sts.

Henry C. Blair's Sons, apothecaries, [8th and Walnut Sts.], Philadelphia.

[John Mundell & Co. trade cards]

E.R. Smiley, pharmacist, N.W. cor. 12th & Jefferson, Philadelphia.

Flower advertisement prints "compliments of Henry A. Dreer..."

The American, S.W. cor. Webb & Beach Avenues, Ocean Grove, N.J.

The Kensington. Jas. H. Rodgers, proprietor. Saratoga Springs, New York.


Fall & winter 1882-83. Potsdamer & Co. General lithographers & printers, publishers of lithographic advertising specialties, 243 & 245 South Third Street.

Summit Water, from Harrison, Maine, the invaluable tonic that builds up the debilitated.

Concord shoe store, Frank Marden, Centennial bl'k.

Reed's, for clothing, furnishings, hats, shoes, 918-920-922 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.

Phenix Ins. Co. Nothing new under the sun.

Arthars popular ice cream & dining rooms for ladies & gentlemen, 33 South Sixth St., 4 doors ab. Chestnut, Philadelphia.

Smoke "Virginia" cigars. J.S. Semon, "Virginia Tobacco Store" No. 6 South Eighth St., Philadelphia.


[Sternberger's old reliable feather, mattress and bed clothing depot trade cards]

Use ideal quinine and sulphur soap.

Andrew D. Cramer, wholesale & retail grocer, 241 Main St., Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

Compliments of R.C. Geddes, rubber goods, 316 Market St. & 716 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Over.

The new Philadelphia clothing house. Mackey, Johnson, Turner & Co., 922 Chestnut Street.


Herr's book store, 53 and 55 North Queen St., Lancaster, Pa.

[Drs. Starkey & Palen's Compound Oxygen, 1529 Arch Street, Philadelphia]

[Edwin C. Burt trade cards]

African American caricature Franz Aman trade cards

Large schooner yacht, "Henry Disston," Captain Conklin. Sloop Yacht, I. C. Covert," Captain Fisher.

Callowhill Street Bridge, Philadelphia, Pa.

[Studebaker Bros. Mfg. Co. fine carriages, wagons, etc., South Bend, Ind. trade cards]

Pope's rifle air pistol gallery, 41st Street, opp. Poplar, Centennial grounds, 40 ranges, 10 shots, 10 cts.

Making ends meet.

With H. A. Bartlett & Co., Philadelphia & Boston..

Nath'l W. Appleton, stationer, No. 7 School Street, Boston.

Sunday Grit.

Wag tails

[Textile label depicting the American eagle]

Normandie.

H.W. Longfellow

Emblem

Martha Washington. Manufactured by Arnett, Wemple & Ellyson, Danville, Va.

Book of cabinet chromos 1881 [graphic].

Geo. S. Harris & Sons. Printers & lithographers. Nos. 718, 720, 722, 724 Arch St. Philadelphia.


Grounds and club-house of the Belmont Cricket Club, at Elmwood 58th St. and Darby Road Philadelphia.

[Universal Fashion Co. trade cards]

[Clark's O.N.T. spool cotton trade cards]

[J. & P. Coat's thread trade cards]

Edward Stern & Co., printer and lithographer. 125 & 127 N. Seventh St. Philadelphia. Bookmarker.

Conlen's, 712 Passyunk Avenue, furniture and carpets. (over) Puzzle card.

Edward Stern & Co., printer and lithographer. 125 & 127 N. Seventh St. Philadelphia. Bookmarker.

Kaufman's, 25 N. Eighth St., Philad'a.

[Frederick A. Rex & Co. trade cards]

[J.C. Finn & Son trade cards]

[Geo. S. Harris & Sons.] Printers & lithographers. Nos. 718, 720, 722, 724 Arch St. Philadelphia.


Lehman & Bolton, printers, publishers, [and] lithographers, 418, 420, 422 Library St., Philadelphia.

Use ideal cut plug.

Time's footsteps for 1881. C. Goodall & Son, London.

[Rosenbaum & Co. trade cards]

[Clark's mile end spool cotton trade cards]

Geo. S. Harris & Sons. Printers & lithographers. Nos. 718, 720, 722, 724 Arch St. Philadelphia.

Compliments of Lehman & Bolton, lithographers, printers, publishers. 715, 171, 719 Arch Street. Philadelphia.

[Fold & find 18 changes metamorphic trade card promoting Water Lily Soap] [graphic].

Aultman, Miller & Co., Akron, O. U.S.A. A happy New year, 1890. [graphic].

"It's easy to dye with Diamond Dyes"

Buckingham's dye for the whiskers.

[Wm. Gunzer trade cards]

The secret out at last. Why Mrs. Brown has such a perfect figure.

What Senator Jones said about Noix de Coco.


The best flour inside.


[Cooper & Conard trade cards]


The celebrated Blasius Pianos. Blasius & Sons piano manufacturers.

M. H. Traubel, lithographer, 146 So. Eighth St., Philadelphia.

Photographing the Baby

Portuondo, manufacturers of Cuban hand made cigars, 1342 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.

A.W. Stevens & Sons, manufacturers & patentees, Auburn, New York. The new Stevens spring tooth harrow.

[Mechanical calendar issued by New Jersey electrician Romaine Mace]

[Geo. S. Harris & Sons print specimens]

Scrapbook with periodical illustrations, comic valentines, and patent medicine advertisements

[Scrapbook with periodical illustrations, comic valentines, and patent medicine advertisements]