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 the 1885 spring opening of Thomas Itkin & Son's dry goods store, which was located at the corner of Main and Wall Streets in Huntington, N.Y. Items advertised included dry goods, clothing, hats and caps, and dress goods.
L.C. Gordon advertisement for 5,000 yards of slightly damaged Hamburg edgings (a kind of embroidered work done by machinery on cambric or muslin, and used for trimming) on sale at less than half the cost. Also advertised were 1,000 yards of standard…
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.
"Sails for Sale" advertisement placed by sailmaker Archibald Mutch. Items advertised included four mainsails and one jib. Mutch had worked at Mills. Bros. in Northport and was, at this point, operating a business of his own in Patchogue, N.Y.