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Adverts of the period 1890's

Adverts from the Carlow Vindicator and Leinster Standard

Dated Saturday October 10th 1891

Source: Peter Walker


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Potomac Plug Tobacco.
The beautiful and historic valley traversed by the Potomac may be regarded as the very home of the weed. Its lovely values and blue mountain slopes offer the precise soil to suit Tobacco. Its air and its memories are soothing, and one needs not bother if, when his pipe is filled, the smoker allows his thoughts to wander to the distant scenes of Lee’s famous battles, and picture the operations of the mighty armies by the Shenandoah and Potomac banks.
Since then time has rolled on - not a bitter feeling is left. The pipe of peace is smoked by all – let us call it The Potomac Pipe.
If you want an enjoyable smoke, ask for
Potomac Plug
All Large Traders and Merchants Keep It.
Adverts of the period 1890's
 Source: Carlow Nationalist December 30th 1899
Carlow Agent was Michael Molloy of 22, 23 & 24 Tullow Street Carlow
Coach Painting
Browne street, Carlo
E. Burke
(Late of Hopkins)
Begs to inform his Friends and the Public generally that he has opened a Coach Factory at the above address, where Repairs and General Overhauling of all kinds of Vehicles can be executed in best style and with promptness.
Coach Painting of every description done in workmanlike fashion and at lowest price.
All Kinds of Vehicles made To Order
Death of
Charles Stewart. Parnell
Born 27th June 1846
Died 6th October 1891
W.D & H. O Wills Cigarette card.
c1890
 
Boots and Shoes At the Old Established Leather and Boot Warehouse 122 Tullow Street, Carlow Maria Tracey Begs to call the attention of her Customers and the Public generally to her well assorted stock of Boots and Shoes Suitable for all Classes and at Exceptionally Low Prices Also Leather of Every Description and Shoemakers Findings Also in Stock
Carlow Vindicator and
Leinster Standard
Saturday October 10th 1891
M. Doran
Vincent Walker's Bookbinding advert which appeared in the 1891 paper mentioned.
 
1906
 


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