Advertisement for clothing sold at the Tillotson & Mott store, at Northport, N.Y. Items advertised were oil cloth patterns (used for making waterproof clothing), gent's underwear, gloves, mittens, flannels and rubber goods.
Advertisement for J.S. Lewis & Son, of Northport, N.Y., dealers in dry goods and other items, including the "Monitor" oil stove. The advertisement includes the per lb. and per yd. prices for a number of items.
Advertisement for Losea Brothers general store, which was located in the Journal Building in Northport, N.Y. Item advertised included dry goods, groceries, canned goods, fish and smoked meats, oil cloth, boots and shoes, and carpets.
Advertisement for George Wheeler, a livery stable and stage line operator, located in Northport, N.Y. Wheeler provided coaches for parties, funerals, and weddings. He also boarded horses by the day or month.
Advertisement for C. Alonzo Arthur, agent for H.J. Baker & Bro. of New York City. H.J. Baker & Bro. sold a line of "complete manures," AA. Amoniated Super-Phosphate, Pelican Bone Fertilizer, and prime agricultural chemicals. Arthur operated out of…
Advertisement for Willis B. Burt, builder of carriages, buckboards, spring wagons, and sleighs. Burt, whose factory was located in Northport, N.Y., also offered horseshoeing and general jobbing services.