Back to top

Theo. Leonhardt & Son. Importers of cards, 324 & 326 Chestnut St. Philadelphia.

Theo. Leonhardt & Son, importers of cards, 324 & 326 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.

J. Ashbrook, Jr. Successor to J. Ashbrook & Son, fine family groceries, S.W. cor. 2nd & Queen Sts., Philad'a.

[Wanamaker & Brown trade cards]

Miss E. Levy, 1018 Chestnut St., Phila. Umbrellas & parasols, leather goods, fans.

International Exhibition. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. 1876.

Hartley Knight, carpets, 1222 Chestnut Street, Philada.

[Jones & Fisher trade cards]

[Samuel F. Simes trade cards]

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

T. Gorham, carpenter and builder, No. 3852 Lancaster Ave. or No. 3707 Haverford St.

Shafer's pure fruit syrups.

E.D. Trymby, furniture, 1217 Market Street, Philadelphia.

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

[James S. Loag trade cards]

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

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

E. A. Wright, bank note engraver, lithographer, plate printer. Chestnut & 11th sts.

Ph. J. Lauber's restaurant, Centennial grounds, near Horticultural Hall.

[S. Zugsmith's trade cards]

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

Aromatic Pino-Palmine Mattress. 915 Arch St., 113 N. Front Street, Phila. and 115 Water St., Boston, Mass.

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

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

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

[The Goodwin Gas Stove & Meter Co.'s Sun Dial gas stove trade cards]

Edward A. Smith & Co., 219 and 221 N. Eighth Street, Philadelphia.

Union Tea Co., No. 1735 North 10th Street, teas, coffees, & spices. Handsome & useful presents given away with tea and coffee.

Burdsall's ladies' and gents' ice cream, oyster and dining parlor, N.E. corner Thirteenth and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia.

[Milliken's linen store trade cards]

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

Wear Celluloid collars and cuffs.

"The Palace," 323 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Next door to "Fidelity." Imported & domestic segars, meerschaum goods and smokers' articles.

[Geo. A. Castor trade cards]

Compliments of E.M. Bruce & Co., general managers for the Estey Organ, 18 North 7th St., Phila.

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

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

Jas. Walker, dealer in fine groceries, 706 South Broad Street, (formerly with John H., Parker, 11th & Market Sts.) Orders by mail solicited.

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

[P.R. Hansbury & Co. trade cards]

Liberty Stove Works

Patapsco baking powder.

Compliments of Bartlett, 1033 Chestnut St., fine boots and shoes.

J. Holly, fine clothing, ready-made and to order, 1312 South St., Phila.

[Strawbridge & Clothier trade cards]

Elliott's fine millinery. 54 N. Eighth Street, Philadelphia. Entrance also, wholesale dep't, 808 Arch Street.

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

[B.T. Babbitt's Best trade cards]

B.M. Singley & Co., dealers in coal, yard, N.E. cor. Ninth and Master Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.

Mrs. Swasey, 340 N. Eighth St., Philada.

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

[Lu Lu, the man bird]

Joseph L. Varnam, ladies' and gents' & children's boot & shoe maker, Bustleton, 23rd ward, Philad'a.

Sample of clown cards 4 designs, assorted colors. Published by Thos. S. Dando, 307 Walnut St., Philad'a.

Wm. Menke & Bro. Dress trimmings. 804 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

[Sooy's trade cards]

Henry Tolman, dealier in railway, machinists', engineers' and general supplies, also machinery and tools, No. [228] Arch Street, Philadelphia.

The cheapest place in town! Fechner Bros., auctioneers, No. 490 State Street, New Haven, Conn.

Dr. Browning's C. & C. cordial. For coughs and colds.

A. Erkenbrecher's St. Bernhard Starch Works, Cincinnati, O.

Isaac Casseres, manufacturer of suits and cloaks, and dealer in furs, N.W. cor. Eighth & Race Sts., Phila.

O. E. Kirchhoff, photographer. No. 527 & 529 Chestnut St., cor. 6th.

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

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

Estey organs. E.M. Bruce & Co., 18 North Seventh St., Philadelphia.

Diamonds, watches, jewelry & silverware at I. Bedichimer's, 616 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Mrs. H. Steward, London & Paris Millinery, No. 435 North Second St., Philadelphia.

Edward Waldmayer, show card, sign, and ornamental painter, [No. 8 So. 5th St., below Mkt], Philadelphia.

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

D.S.B. & Co. New York. Soap makers & perfumers.

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

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

Machinery Hall. Centennial International Exhibition.

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

[J.H. Richelderfer trade cards]

Joseph M. Cohen, highest cash price paid for cast-off clothing. Call or address No. 1547 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia.

Tyler's market & fruit store, 1516 Market Street, elegant bananas & oranges 25, 30.

Niagara corn starch, Wesp, Lautz Bros. & Co., Buffalo, N.Y.

[Rising Sun Stove Polish by Morse Bros. trade cards]

[C.J. Kino trade cards]

["It leads them all." The Sunday Item.]

L. Prang & Co. art and educational publishers, Boston, Mass.

[Partridge & Richardson trade cards]

Use Dalley's magical pain extractor. The great family ointment.

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

Rain-time. / Sun-time.

[Van Haagen's Toilet Soap, Benj. Brooke & Co., Manufs., Philadelphia trade cards]

Broadbent & Taylor, artists and photographers, 914 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

A.J. Bunn's billiard and sample rooms, 1207 Chestnut St.

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

If dat ar fish knowd dis wor Merrick's thread, he wouldnt ha bit.

Corn-time. / Past-time.

[Bound Brook Route trade cards]

Schomacker Gold String Piano Co., Philadelphia.

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

Master of ceremonies, Frank Shantz.

Chas. B. Webb, manufacturer of fine boots & shoes, 211 N. Ninth Street, Philadelphia.

Is dese' your chickens miss


The Doan, under the management of the Philadelphia Dairy and Cafe.

Gay's China Palace, No. 1109 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.

Ripka & Co. artists' and wax flower materials, ebony and velvet frames, 146 S. Eighth St., Philadelphia.

J. & F. Cadmus, manufacturers and dealers in boots, shoes, trunks and bags, No. 734 Market Street, south side, one door below 8th St. Philadelphia.

[A. & J. B. Bartholomew trade cards]

[Simpson's millinery, laces and trimmings' store trade cards]

I. Oakford & Son, hatters, 28 South Eighth Street, Philadelphia.

La. Berroth, stationery & fancy ornaments, No. 1212 Poplar 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.

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

[Laird, Schober & Mitchell trade cards]

[Glendinning & Truitt trade cards]

International Exhibition. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. 1876.

No rewashing - always uniform. Kirk's blue India soap. No blueing required when this soap is used.

Pollywogs, the five cent cigar. Hand made Havana filled. Gumpert Bros. manufacturers. Store 1341 Chestnut St. Factory 115, 117, 119, 121 S. 23rd St. Phila. For sale everywhere.

C. Hughes, dry goods and trimmings, No. 1128 Pine Street, Philadelphia. Dress making and knife pleating done at short notice.

[George W. Miles trade cards]

[A. J. Chauveau trade cards]

French etching silk for outlining. Eureka silk. Every spool warranted. The standard silk of the world.

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

M.T. Hess, successor to D.L. Page, manufacturer of fine confections, no. 918 Arch Street, Philad'a.

View, on other side, of Washington's Headquarters, at Valley Forge, Pa. Sold for the benefit of the Valley Forge Memorial Chapel. One brick.

[Chinese symbols]

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

[American Sunday-School Union trade card]

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

We bake our own pies, rolls and bread for the Home Coffee House, 1109 Market St. 5 cents for each article. Side entrance for ladies.

J. Kift & Son, florists, choice cut flowers and blooming plants. 1721 1/2 Chestnut St., Phila.

Galanterie spielwaaren handlung L. Hönig in Zürich. Das neueste stets auf lager.

For the world of sufferers. For warding off disease. For securing good health. To enjoy cheerful spirits, health, and happiness. Take Simmons Liver Regulator.

[John Wanamaker & Co. unidentified location trade cards]

Atmore's mince meat and genuine English plum pudding.

The truant boys.

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

Conrad Busche, manufacturer & dealer in plain and fancy confectionery, wholesale and retail, 123

Benedict, Miller & Co., manufacturers of umbrellas and parasols, No. 39 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia.

G. W. Benson, shaving and hair cutting rooms, 1618 Market Street, Philadelphia.

J.A. Ladd & Son, booksellers and stationers. Holiday cards a specialty. 37 West Gay Street, West Chester, Pa.

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

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

[H. N. Harbach trade cards]

From Porter's great American shoe store, 242 N. 8th St., Philadelphia.

Decker Bros. matchless pianos, New York.

Shirrell's Kulliyun washing crystal, Shirrell & Co., Buffalo, N.Y.

Compliments of Merscher Bros., tailors, 521 Poplar Street, Philadelphia.

"Mack's milk chocolate." The best! It is pure! Ready for instant use. Boiling water only required.

[Conrad Brothers' trade cards]

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

Ask for Liebig Company's extract of meat. Annual sale, four million jars.

Wm. MacMullan, Jr., grocer, (Successor to MacMullan Bros.) 1205 Market St., Philad'a.

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

[Croft, Wilbur & Co. trade cards]

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.

Bulkley & Noblit, manufacturers of railroad, ship, boat and wharf spikes. Office & mill: Germantown Junction, Philadelphia. Tioga Rolling Mill & Spike Works.

Warburton, "the" hatter, 430 Chestnut Street.

Photography under a cloud.

Smith Brothers chemically pure Borax.

Nolan & Counsellor, fruits, flowers, &c. 1146 Broadway, bet. 26th and 27th Streets, New York.

Henry S. Bissex boots, shoes, and trunks, 3800 Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia.

J. M. Cummings, boots and shoes, removed to our new store, No. 3608 Lancaster Avenue, formerly of 3624 Lancaster Ave.

[J. Peter Gohl trade cards]

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

Hall's vegetable Sicilian hair renewer. Prevents gray hairs and baldness.

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

G.M. Loudenslager, dealek [sic] in cigars and tobacco, 480 North Third St., Philad'a.

M.E. Hoopes.

Oh let the nations be glad and sing for joy: for thou shall judge the people righteously and govern the nations upon earth. PS. 67-4.

F. Defoney's oyster saloon, No. 545 North Third Street, Philadelphia. Fried oysters a specialty.

Sept. 1st, 1879, Great Play, Andre Fortier.

Specialties in curtains and furniture , Walraven, 1105 Chestnut Street.

He loves me a little.

"And then, the lover sighing like furnace."

[Wm. T. Hopkins trade card]

[Willcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine Company trade cards]


B. F. DuBois, jeweler, No. 12 N. Second St., Philadelphia.

Jas. K. Simon, 29 South Sixth Street, above Chestnut, old established book store.

C. Becker, manufacturer of fine & plain confectionery, No. 241 South Eleventh Street, Philadelphia.

[Partridge's cafe and dining rooms trade cards]

W.W. Reed, china & glass ware, lamps & oils, No. 450 Sixth Avenue, bet. 27th & 28th Sts., New York.

O. B. De Morat, photographer, No. 2 South Eighth St., Philadelphia.

Walter W. Bragg, printer. Fine gift & bevel edged card a speciality [sic].