The first image above is a full advertisement from Liebig Fleishwerke [Liebig Meat Plant], a German meat company. They released a series of ads in 1885 for their meat extract product, which was popular and used for food and flavoring. This ad series is called Bilder von den Philippinen [Pictures from the Philippines]. This ad from that series is titled Auf dem Markt [In the Market]. The artist is unknown.
The second image above is a closer look at the left side of the ad showing this outdoor market with fruit vendors, a man carrying products on his shoulders, and a woman customer with a child strapped to her back. The men in this image wear either Barong Tagalog or camisa de chino and straw hats. The woman vendor sitting appears to wear a dress and a wide-brimmed straw salakot on her head. The woman customer standing wears a sleeveless baro (top), long saya (skirt) and a putong (head wrap). The child is strapped on by long fabric of the same pattern as the woman’s baro.
The third image above shows a male bread vendor, a female cigarillo vendor, a customer and another vendor in the background. The bread vendor squatting appears to wear a barong with patadyong (tube skirt). The male customer wears a white barong, white pants and straw hat. The female cigarillo vendor wears a long sleeve baro, saya and putong on her head. The vendor in the background appears to wear a long robe.