Office, 1 109 Fairmount Avenue, Phila.
Wall Paper Company
Office and Factory
S. W. Cor. nth and Catharine Sts.
Office â€” 2207 North Sixth Street
2200-16 Fairhill Street
Sixth St. and Susquehanna Ave.
fHE STANDARD LAUNDRY CO.
Under the State Laws of Pennsylvania
216 South Eighth Street, Philadelphia
PANCOAST & MACLEOD
Bankers and Brokers
137 South Fifth Street, Philadelphia
'Telephone loi i
The real and only
in the world. Full pound bars, at grocers
everywhere. Made by Comrade Wm.
Dreydoppel, Philadelphia, Pa.
C. C. ROSEriBERG
No. 414 Dist.
32 N.4th Street
HYDES' PHILADELPHIA MARINE
. . .BAND. . .
and orchestra of 35 PIECES
Can be engaged for all occasions by applying at
234 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET
or at Band Room,
N. E. Cor. Fourth St. and Fairmount Ave
Reheat sal OH Friday Night PHILADELPHIA
XHE RUSSELL & ERWIN MFG. CO.
19 North Fifth Street. Philadelphia
J. H. Van Newkirk, Manager.
BALTIC BREWING CO. Limited
Fourth and Brown Streets
A. HARTUNG & CO.
Glazed. Plated, Lithographic and Fancy
Papers, Sheet Pictures, Paper Laces,
Cut Cards and Card Board.
24 and 26 Decatur St.
Bet. 6th and 7th Sts.
below Mar he t St
^DAM SCHEIDT BREWING
Commission Merclianl s,
No. 1022 Market Street,
C. D. PARTRIDGE & CO.
J. C. WYMAN
Formerly in the Old Market NOW UNDE?. READING TERMINAL
Twelfth and Market Streets T*-Â«ii rv
i2tn and rilbert Streets
p. S. â€” The hzst the market affords, served at reasonable rates
PAINTER"^ EWING PIANOS
satisfy the most critical. Sold from factory
direct, saving purchaser all middlemen's
profits and heavy wareroom expenses. .-. .-.
Write for Catalogue and List of Bargains.
Factory, 1105=1107 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia
llJUlwl â– â– Ywv ^v-v/^i^i XI â– ^fc WM. W. POWER
EUROPEAN PLAN Rooms, $1.00 and upwards
Newly Furnished and Equipped
With every Modern Improvement
ELEVENTH AND FILBERT STREETS
John N\. -Ha-rpe-r 5c Co.
Importers \Di Coinmission
Ko. Ui I u 81., PHiianeipnia M^
HOWARD WOOD. President
J. R. JONES. Sec. and Treas.
BUSINESS ESTABLISHED. 1826
Alan Wood Company
Sheet Iron and Sheet Steel
BLACK AND GALVANIZED
Patent Planished Sheet Iron and Common and
Charcoal Bloom Sheet and Plate Iron and Steel
Orders solicited especially for Corrugated
Gasholder, Pan and Elbow, Shovel. Tack,
Water Pipe, Smoke Stack. Last. Stamp-
ing, Ferrule, Locomotive Headlight and
No. 519 Arch Street
Shafting, Hangers, Wood
Pulleys, Belting, and
Textile Mill Supplies
520 ARCH STREET
Before leaving town, call at
1018 Cbcslnnl Si.
and supply yourself with a box of our
delicious candy. .". All kinds of Patriotic
and Souvenir bo.xes.
Our 30c. and 50c. assortments
I The Social Wants 1
i as regard.s dress, find iheir supply here. S
J Whether it be beautiful silks and satins, r
S magnificent laces, slippers gloves or the mnny J
5 accessories to tne tastefully attired woman S
5 this store stands ready to do its part. 5
S For there's money to be saved in the tine 5
5 things here, as well as in the everyday needs S
I ARCH and EIGHTH STREETS |
John Hem's & Co.
and Auditors . . .
Fellows .American and
of Public Accountants
508 Walnut Street
PI flTQC ^Â°^ Ladies' Gowns
III II I nn Men's and Boys' Snits
VUV 1 UU Children's and Infants' Wear
Black Cheviots for Dresses
are here in an assortment without a parallel,
at prices lower than elsewhere, as they should
be. We deal exclusively in Cloths â€” buy none
but the very best standard makes, and retail
them at the very lowest possible figures. We
have rich, handsome Cheviots in Colors and
Black at 7^c. per yard, a better one at Si.oo,
ranging- up to very tine qualities at $2.00,
worth .S2.50. All are same width. 54 inches.
Broad Cloths in Colors and Lustrous Black
are in high favor. Prices begin at $1.00 per
yard, 50 inches wide and you will be surprised
at the good quality you get at that figure â€”
from that they range up to $2.50, 54 Inches
wide, very superior makes and quality, all at
very lowest prices.
Venetian and Covert Cloths for Dresses
Venetians 75c. and $1.00 per yard, 54 inches
wide. Colors, Black and Mi.xed effects â€” both
treat bargains. Higher qualities at $1.50 and
2.00 per yard, 54 inches wideâ€” all the New
Spring Shades, Mixtures and Black.
Plaided Back or Self-lined Cloths
for Ladies' Suits and Capes, light weights,
with beautiful linings for Suits, Golf. Bicycle,
Tourist and Street wear â€” heavier weights for
Steamer Rug:s, Fringed for Capes
By far the largest assortment in Philadelphia,
at prices lower than elsewhere.
Cloths for Men's Wear and Boys' Wear
An assortment far in excess of any other store
â€” here you have the great advantages of im-
mense stock, high value and low prices.
A Great Retail Cloth Store
Buyers or visitors note one broad fact â€” this is
the greatest Retail Cloth Store in Philadelphia
or anywhere. Large buying makes low prices
â€” buying at the lowest, our customers get the
benefit. It is our aim to have the very best
Merchandise to meet the needs of the People
of this great City of Philadelphia and outlying
SNODGRASS, MURRAY & CO.
Retail Cloth Store
MARKET AND NINTH STS.
DURING THE GRAND ARMY ENCAMP
ment a Special Orchestra is engaged at the
FAMOUS CAFE RUDOLPH
the prettiest Dining Room in Philadelphia
Table de Hote Dinners 25 cents Suppers 25 cents
CAFE AND RESTAURANT
834 Arch and =7 North Ninth Streets
EDWARDS & ELDREDGE, Proprietors
vyM- B. HACKENBURG & CO.
Incorporated Manufacturers of
MACHINE AND SEWING SILKS
516 Market Street
Factory : 1341 to 1347 Noble Street Philadelphia.
MILLER, BEYER & CO.
This firm is composed of S. S. Miller, Henry Bain,
Thomas J. Roche, C. C. Beyer, Edw. O. Roth and
J. A. Elliott, who established the business in 1894, and
occupy spacif us premises at Tenth and Filbert streets.
They are extensive importers and jobbers of white
goods, remnants, woolens, dress goods and fancy fab-
rics, including the finest qualities of foreign and do-
mestic production, and making a leading specialty of
remnants, seconds and job lots The firm maintain
direct relations with leading manufacturers at home
and abroad, commanding exceptional facilities, and
they control a business of large volume throughout the
OTTO W RANG EL
144 N. Eighth St., Philadelphia
'TpHE NATIONAL TRUST CO ,
LAND, TITLE AND TRUST CO. BLDG.
S. W. Cor. Broad and Chestnut Sts.,
y^EIKEL & SMITH SPICE CO.,
t2o N. FRONT STREET,
Wm. D. Weikel, Pres. Geo. H. Weikel, Treas.
J T. JACKSON & CO.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
No. 711 Walnut Street - - Philadelphia
COAL MINING CO.
/-JEO. W. BUMM
200 N. Delaware Ave. - - Philadelphia
VW R. BRICE & CO.
23 S. Water Street
ly'ENNEDY, WILLING & CO.
C24 Arch Street - - Philadelphia
piNLEY ACKER & CO.
121 and 123 N. Eighth Street and Reading Termiiia'
qpALBOT & PETERSON,
40 SOUTH WATER ST.,
j^ICE & SCHREIBER,
19 SOUTH WATER ST.,
OODARD & TAYLOR,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
237 CHESTNUT ST.,
16 SOUTH BROAD STREET.
R. R. BRINGHURST.
19 North Eleventh Street,
I-jELME & McILHENNY
MANUFACTURERS OF GAS METERS
1339 Cherry Street - - Philadelphia
129 S. Eleventh Street - Philadelphia
MEATS AND PROVISIONS
Twenty-first and Market Sts. - Philadelphia
ADAMS & KEEN Leather Manufacturers
Fifth and Arch Sts., Phila
/-â€¢HARLES LENTZ & SONS
^^ Surgical Instruments. 18 N. nth St., Phila.
/^HAS. LAS.'^ Cigar Manufacturer
233 North Eighth Stieet, Phila.
CRANK KREIS Fine Wines AND LiQUORS
S. W. Cor. Germanlriwn Ave. ami Cuinbcrlrind Si Philn.
MOTEL HENGEN D.VNIEI, HKNIiRN, Pro,,
16 and 18 North Twelfth Street, Phila.
416 LIBK.A.RY ST., Pliilii
Wm. .1 Van Hook
j-|ENRY MiJLLER Notary Puhi-ic
No. 507 Girard Aveuue, Phila.
ARBER & PERKINS
29 31.33 N. Water St.
2H X. Delaware Aveuue, Phila
Who!e.sale Cash (;roci-
and Tea Deal.r-
^ONKLING-ARMSTRONG Terra Cotta Co.
Works, Wis.sahick..u .\ve. and Juiiiaia St.. Phila.
CRANK P HEID & CO. Manulacl.irersof
â– Thirlcenth an.l fl'ooj Sts. line Cloth Hots and Caps
ILLIAM F. PFAUTZ imported and Key WeÂ»i
N. K. Cor. CICAKS
Ninth and Walnut Streets, Phila
JRAU & PES A .Mauufa..turer> of
1536 Columbia Ave. 'â– "''*'^- Havana cigars
TPHE LESTER MILK CO. â€¢'â€¢ schondkr. Pr..,,.
S. E. Cor. 15th and Race Street, Phila.
612 N. Fifth Street
iporlers and Itoltlers of
WOWARD C. BLAYNEY SALOON
N. E. Cor. Fifth and Walnut Streets, Phila.
"i^M. CURRY & BRO. Trunks and Leather (;o,.,l-
834 Chestnut Street, Phila.
JACOB BUSCH Saloon
6 and 8 South Sixth Sireet, Phila.
OBERT PATTERSON & SON
Phila. Sand Dbalrrs
MAIN BELTING CO.
1233 Carpenter Street, Phila.
G. ROUSE & CO.,
413 Arch Street,
AVID R.BURNS STEAM FITTER AND
739 N. 19th St., Phila. PLUMBER.
NICKERBOCKER ICE CO
S. W. Cor. Sixth and Arch Sts., Phila.
1415 Filbert Street, Phila.
rHEODORF, J. GOLDSCHMID & CO
ALLEGHENY CHEMICAL WORKS, Phila.
/AN DUSEN, BRO. & CO. COaL
Stephen Girard Building, Phila.
[AMES BARKER MACHINIST
' Second and Somerset Sts.. Phila.
LCHOEN PRESSED STEEL CO
y BETZ BUILDING, Phila.
ILLIAM SCMOLES & SON YARNS
Second above Cambria Stieet, Phila.
lOHN J. GRIFFIN & CO (
J 1S13 Race Street, Phila
Randolph S: Jefrer>on Sts . Phila.
J^ p. MATHIEU & CO.,
Surpass Kid. Capacity Unlimited.
126 N. Fourth Street,
Office, 1719 N. Tenth St. Philadelphia.
KESSLER WAGON WORKS,
Manufacturers of all kinds of
Wagons, Trucks, Etc.
For City and Export Trade.
E. Girard Ave. and Norris St., Philada.
piRE ASSOCIATION of Philadelphia.
Organized Sept. 1,1817. Incorporated March 27. 1820.
Successors to Sherman.
No. 1017 Chestnut Street,
N. W. Cor. Market and Twelfth Sts.,
EADING TERMINAL Good MeaU at
RESTAURANT, Reasonable Rates.
Entrance from Waiting Room. Second
Floor Reading Terminal.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
G. A. Knoblauch.
A. L. Millard, Long Distance Telephone. Chas. Ainge
Principal. licensed and bonded Supt.
STANDARD DETEtTIVE BUREAU,
Main Office, 1413 Filbert Street,
Branch Office, 1212 Atlantic Ave. Atlantic City, N. J.
I^ICHOLAS J. GRIFFIN, Successor to
A. J. Gallagher & Son and
The Hamilton Distilling Co.,
Fine Whiskies, Free and in Bond.
209 North Second Street, Philadelphia.
fjARVEY D. NARRIGAN & CO.,
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes,
No. 617 Arch Street,
â– yyiLLIAM RYAN, (Established in 1858.)
Spectacles and Eye Glasses Wholesale and Retail,
Oculists' Prescriptions Carefully Filled.
Salesroom, 124 S. Seventh St.,
(Between Chestnut and Walnut Sts ) Philadelph'a.
^lfred d. hoag
30 S. Seventeenth Street, Philadelphia
Cut Flowers a Specialty
Long Distance Telephone, 14126 D
gLECTRICAL SUPPLY AND TELE-
1429 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
^Â©"Motors, Fans, Fixtures and Annunciators
Refiners of Pure Lard
and Manufacturers of F"ine Sausages
Office, Packing and Curing Establishment
Lancaster Ave. and 41st St., W. Phila., Pa.
\YM. H. WARNER & BRO.
. . .Medalists. . .
424 N. Ninth Street Philadelphia, Pa.
Designs made and
Estimates given for Dies and Medals
BROWN & BAILEY CO. incorporated
Patent Lock Tuck Folding
Franklin and Willow Streets
. . .Telephone
BERRY & CO., . . Brokers . .
Stocks, Groin, Cotton and Provisions,
Phone 304 Bourse Building,
Direct Wires to New York and Chicago. Phila.
W. H. & G. W. ALLEN, 'Xalers' in"''
Hardware, Cutlery and Guns,
Nos 113 and 115 Marl<et Street, Philadelnhia
and 102 and 10, Church Strett, fauaaeipaia.
M.J. DALTON, Importer of.
Havana Goods always fresh. CiGARS
Chestnut and Fifth Streets,
Telephone No. 3168. Philadelphia.
EDWIN J. CUMMINGS, COAX,,
Office, 1032 Ridge Avenue.
Yard, S E. Cor. 13th and Willow Sts.
DUNGAN, HOOD & CO., Manufacturers of
Incorporated Sept. 18. 1894. GLAZED KID,
Office, 2100 American St., Phila.
F. P. DILLEY & CO., Jobbers and Dealers
Fine OM Whiskies, Wines, Brandies, Gins, Etc,
No. 25 North Tenth St., Philadelphia.
" Hernan Cortes " and
" Los Indies"
28 N. Ninth Street â€ž
1425 Hlbtrt Street PHILADELPHIA
JOHNSTON, WARNER & CO , Limited
. . GROCERS . . .
1017 Market Street PHILADELPHIA
I EWIS T. BROOKE & SONS Phone 1-23 24
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
18 South Broad Street PHILADELPHIA
^HAS. A. MEURER Telephone 1-27-16
NATIONAL CASKET CO.
1015-1017 Filbert Street PHILADELPHIA
YL/ILUAM J. QUAIN Hotel Campiglia
CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS
214 South Eighth Street PHILADELPHIA
LOYD BAILY Finest Brands of
* WINES, LIQUORS. Etc.
Germantown Avenue and
FDERHEIDER & SON
Dealers and Importers of
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
N. W. Cor. Third ?nd Walnut Sts., PhiladelphiÂ»
THE KENSINGTON ELECTRIC CO.
â– E. T. Wilkinson W. Mclntyre
Secty Pres. - ^
Nathan foUock Wra. C. Bird
Vice Pres. Treas.
O ffice. 2514 Frankford Ave. PHILADELPHIA
YY^LLIAM BARNETT Established in 1817
Office and Warehouse : WHEAT STARCH
730 and 732 S. Bro.^d St., Philadelphia
jyiOFFIT, WENTWORTH & CO.
Produce Commissio.v Merchants
17 South Water Street,
Importer of HAVANA CIGARS
25 and 27 South 15th Street
r^YRUS W. LINTON
1105 Market Street
ALUtui/PV fi, Pll Main Worksâ€” Richdale
. nnnKLT a UU. Worcester Co., Mass.
Works at ^'ab-Zl Vine Street, Philada.. Pa.
Manufacturers of Machine Knives of every description.
Tenon, Veneer. Shingle, Dye-wood, Planing and Mould-
ing. All kinds of paper cutting and leather splitting
knives and shear lilades for cutting nictal. Telephone.
JOHN JAMISON, Established 1S49-
Prodl'ce Commission Mekciia.nt
Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Poultry, Lard, Provisions, Salt.
Creamery and Shippers' Supplies
Water and Market Streets, Pliilartelphia.
Packing Houseâ€” 13S and 140 N. Delaware Ave.
THE GEO. A. SMITH MACHINERY CO.
Manufacturers of and Dealers in Boot and Shoe
Machinery. Duplicate Parts, Leather and Findings.
We carrv'in stock â– vervthing used In the nianufaclure
of bootsand shres. Sole Agents for McKay Sole Sewing,
Heeling and Trimming, Metallc Fastening and Tack-
ing Machines. 415-417 Arch Street, Philailelphia, Pa.
I H.OSMOND Established 1843-
Manufiiciurerof He.\tei!S .\nd Ranges
NO. lot) North Seventh Street
Bricklaying and Repairing Telephone 4138
Novelty Woolen Mills
SAMUEL W. HAINES & CO.
Importers and Manufacturers of
SHAWLS AND STEAMER RUGS-
no: Market Street, Philadelphia
QUAKER CITY CHOCOLATE AND
Gold Seal Brand Fine Confections
2140-2154 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia