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Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.

St. Agatha's Church Philadelphia, Penna.

National College of Commerce, 1200 and 1202 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Compliments of the Philadelphia Extention Top Shifting Seat Phaeton Co. C.K. Mellinger, patentee. Factory and salesroom; 2230 & 2232 Hamilton Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

Matthew H. Fifield, machinist, light "special" machinery and models. Also tools for jewelers, silversmiths, dentists and sheet metal workers, No. 3015 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Frank P. Brown, plumber, steam and gas fitter, No. 53 North Sixth Street, below Arch, Philadelphia.

After the performance, stop at the New Home Dining Rooms, for good oysters, salads & a delicious cup of tea or coffee. J.M. Sparks, No. 11 N. Tenth St.

[Gunnis, Barritt & Co. trade cards]

Andrew Beash, wagon and carriage painter, 4119 Market Street, West Philadelphia.

Florida Land and Improvement Company Hamilton Distton's purchase, 4, 000, 000 acres. [cartographic material] : Showing area in which lands have been selected. Offices: Chestnut & Third Sts. Philadelphia, Pa, no. 113 Broadway, New York, Jacksonville, Fla.

Warner's safe rheumatic cure

Thos. Brown, practical sanitary plumber, No. 221 S. 16th Street, Philad'a.

Bought of C. L. Wright, apothecary and druggist, 21 Bollingbrook Street.

Bought of Canby, Gilpin & Co. Import and export druggists & druggists sundrymen. North west corner Light & Lombard Streets.

W. Hofert, chemist & druggist, successor to Neergaard's Pharmacy. Manufacturer of Pharmaceutical Preparations, 936 Sixth Avenue, S.E. cor. 53rd St. N.Y.

Bought of Chas. P. Alden, druggist and apothecary, and dealer in manufacturers' supplies, drugs, paints, oils, acids, artists' materials, toilet, and fancy articles. No. 270 Main Street.

Andrew Blair, apothecary, Chestnut & 18th Sts., Philadelphia.

Bought of Max Zeller, importer & wholesale druggist, 37 Bowery.

Bought of the Hasting and McIntosh Truss Co. Manufacturers of indestructible hard rubber trusses, (trade mark registered.), leather covered & elastic trusses, supporters, shoulder braces, etc. For the U.S. government, home & export trade. 224 South Ninth

Heintzelman's Pharmacy, N.W. cor. Ridge Ave. & Master St., Philadelphia.

Nelson, Baker & Co., manufacturing pharmacists.

Robert Barker & Co. Manufacturers and wholesale druggists. Selling agents for Barker's H&C Powder & N&B Liniment. 135 Arch Street.

Traymore House, Atlantic City, N.J.

A.G. Brooks, machinery exchange, 261 N. Third Street, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.

[Branson & Bro. trade cards]

Charles W. Johnston, carpenter and builder, 127 Pastorius Street, Germantown, Pa.

M.F. McDonough & Co., importers, No. 117 South Front St., Philadelphia.

Stockton Bates, 1409 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. Only agent for Reddaway's camel-hair belting. Strongest! Cheapest! Best! Samples and prices on application.

Emerson, Smith & Co., L'td., saw manufacturers. Beaver Falls, Beaver County, Penn'a.

The travelled monkey - wiser & sadder. [graphic] / JML.

Office of the daily terror. The Davis Sewing Machine Co. [graphic].

Boy's department. Commonwealth Clothing House, 680 & 684 Washington St., (cor. Beach) Geo. W. Warren, Manager [graphic].

"Come, birdie, come, oh! Come with me." [graphic].

Buy clothing for self & boys of Tefft & Boswell, the great Oak Hall clothiers, No. 70 E. Main-St. Amsterdam, N.Y. [graphic].

[African Americans picking cotton with a cotton compress] [graphic].

An absorbing subject. [graphic].