1850s Advertisements


COLESTOCK AND HENRY'S
LIVERY STABLE,
Corner of Walnut and Fourth Street, Harrisburg

Horses and Carriages hired on reasonable terms. Also, Horses taken at livery--charges moderate. For speed and gentleness, their stock of Horses cannot be surpassed.

(W.P Miller's A Glance at Harrisburg as it is and its Businessmen, 1852, HSDC)


PHILIP LINN
LUMBER MERCHANT
OFFICE IN FILBERT STREET, BETWEEN NORTH AND SECOND STREET

(W.P Miller's A Glance at Harrisburg as it is and its Businessmen, 1852, HSDC)


JACOB WEAVER
PROPRIETOR OF THE AMERICAN HOUSE
Canal Street [on Penn'a Rail Road between Walnut and State.]

Good Stabling and Drove Yards attached thereto.

(W.P Miller's A Glance at Harrisburg as it is and its Businessmen, 1852, HSDC)


REEL & CO.,
FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
and
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERS
Canal Street, foot of State, Harrisburg

(Osler and Irvin's Harrisburg Directory, 1856, HSDC)


Gross and Kunkel Merchants at Canal Street Wharf, between State and Walnut, 1858

The Business Directory of Harrisburg, 1858-59 (HSDC)


Pennsylvania Agricultural Works on the Corner of North and Spruce Streets, 1858

The Business Directory of Harrisburg, 1858-59 (HSDC)


 

 

 

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