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 E. Cohen's general store, which was located in Islip, N.Y. The store was advertising a sale on fall and winter goods, as room was needed for spring goods. Items on sale included carpets, clothing, and dry goods.
Advertisement for the general store of C.W. Vail, which was located on Main Street in Bay Shore, N.Y. Items advertised included builders' hardware, paints, oils, crockery, tinware, house furnishing goods, and artist materials.
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 the R.S. Seabury Bakrey [sic] and Grocery store, which was located in Hempstead, N.Y. Items sold at the store included breads, cakes, crackers, sugar, molasses, pork, candles, soap, and flour.
Advertisement for J.H. Stansbury's general store, which was located in Atlanticville (present-day Seaford, N.Y.). Items sold in the store included dry goods, groceries, builders' materials, and agricultural supplies.