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Taylor, Jacob N; Crooks, M. O. Sketch Book of St. Louis: Containing a Series of Sketches of the Early Settlement, Public Buildings, Hotels, Railroads, Steamboats, Foundry and Machine Shops, Mercantile Houses, Grocers, Manufacturing Houses, Etc . St. Louis: George Knapp and Co, 1858. [format: book], [genre: guidebook; narrative]. Permission: Tulane University
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Business Directory.

AGENTS.

The following gentlemen engaged in the Agency business in St. Louis are honest, upright and responsible men, who will faithfully perform every trust reposed in them.

N. RANNEY, Agent for buying and selling Missouri Securities. No. 42 Commercial street.

WM. H. RUSSELL, Fire Proof Hemp Warehouse. Will store Hemp and sell on commission when desired. Nos. 281 and 283 North Main street.

BAKERS.

We can with confidence recommend to our readers the following houses as eminently worthy of patronage.

H. N. KENDALL & Co., corner of Sixth and Pine streets.

J. GARNEAU, corner of Seventeenth and Morgan streets, and No. 9 Commercial street.

CHARLES HOLMES, Nos. 67 and 69, and 86 and 88 Green street.

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BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS.

G. ROSENBAUM, Premium Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, No. 9 Olive street.

C. R. STINDE & Co., No. 18 Main street, up stairs.

CIGARS AND TOBACCO.

The following houses keep constantly on hand a full supply of the best brands of Cigars, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, which they offer at reduced rates.

JOSEPH WARREN, No. 134 Market street.

J. OPAL, No. 157 North Fourth street.

H. F. HILGENDORF, No. 163 North Main street.

JOSEPH A. AIKEN, Vine street, two doors from Second, under King's Hotel.

DRY GOODS DEALERS.

This branch of trade is well stocked with good men. The following we can recommend as being "all right:"

UBSDELL, PIERSON & Co., corner Fourth, Vine and St. Charles streets.

P. & B. SLEVIN, No. 132 Main street.

J. J. DONEGAN & Co., No. 60 Market street.

BROWNLEE, HOMER & Co., No. 75 Main street.

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DOAN, KING & Co., Nos. 107 & 109 Main street.

PITTMAN & TENNANT, No. 101 Main street.

LUCAS, THOMPSON & Co., No. 99 Main street.

WISE, SINGER & Co., No. 13 Main street.

MCCLELLAND, SCRUGGS & Co., corner St. Charles and Fourth streets.

EXPRESS COMPANIES.

AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY. General Office, 62 Broadway, N. Y., and Nos. 9, 11 & 13 West Seneca street, Buffalo; St. Louis — Office No. 56 Main street. Livingston, Fargo & Co. and Wells, Butterfield & Co., Proprietors.

THE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY. Principal Offices — No. 84 Washington street, Boston; No. 59 Broadway, N. Y.; No. 320 Chesriut street, Philadelphia; No. 164 Baltimore street, Baltimore; No. — Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C.; No. 64 Fourth street, Pittsburgh; No. 56 East Third street, Cincinnati; No. 52 North Main street, St. Louis; No. 96 Camp street, N. O.

UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANY. General Offices, No. 82 Broadway, N. Y.; No. 3, corner Pearl and Seneca streets, Buffalo; No. 12 Main street, St. Louis.

FANCY AND VARIETY GOODS.
To dealers wishing to secure a supply of Fancy and Variety Goods, Toys, &c., we recommend —
WOLFF & HOPPE, Nos. 159 & 161 North Main street.
F. DINGS & Co., No. 39 North Main street, up stairs.

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L. & C. SPECK & Co., No. 60 North Main street.

JOHN O'MALLEY, North-west corner Levee and Market street.

MRS. BARNHURST, No. 74 Market street.

GROCERS AND COMMISSION HOUSES.

The following houses have long held a high position in the affections of our people from their honorable career in business, and to which we cordially recommend our readers:

D. NICHOLSON, Nos. 118 & 120 Market street, opposite the Court House.

J. R. WENDOVER & Co., 208 Broadway and 195 Fourth street. M. S. MEPHAM, corner of Green and Second streets.

VON PHUL & WATERS, No. 127 North Second street, one door from Washington avenue.

D. A. JANUARY Co., 143 & 145 North Second street, between Washington avenue and Green street.

SMALL, WELLS & Co., 139 North Second street, between Washington avenue and Green street.

SAMUEL MCCARTNEY, 110 & 112 North Second street, between Locust and Vine.

MYRON F. BENJAMIN, 75 & 80 Front Levee.

THOMPSON, WHITE & PRYOR, 30 & 32 North Second street.

SPAUNHORST & Co., 204 North Main street, between Green and Morgan streets.

S. CRANWILL, 219 & 221 North Main street.

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ERFORT & PETRING, 153 & 155 Second street, corner of Green.

MARK HAMILTON, 141 Second street, between Washington avenue and Green street.

W. L. EWING & Co., 104 Second street, one door north of Locust street.

SHACKELFORD, FINNEY & Co., 132 Second street, between Washington avenue and Vine street.

FELTE & BRO., 105 & 107 South Main street, between Spruce and Almond streets.

GOODRICH, WILLARD & Co., 130 North Second street, between Washington avenue and Vine street.

H. GILDERHAUSE & Co., 164 North Second street, two doors south of Green street.

FENTON, BROTHERS, 78 Levee and 156 Commercial street.

HIBBARD & HOLLISTER, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, No. 1 North Levee, up stairs.

HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.

DR. T. G. COMSTOCK, Homoeopathic Physician, Surgeon and Obstetrician, office South-east corner of Fifth and Pine streets, up stairs.

IRON MERCHANT.

SAMUEL MCNEILLY, Juniata Iron and Wheeling Nail Store, Nos. 12 & 13 Levee, corner of Chesnut.

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LEATHER DEALERS.

The following wholesale and retail houses, engaged in this trade, are the most prominent in the city:

JOHN How, No. 140 North Main street.

C. G. FELL & BRO., Leather and Shoe Manufacturers' Articles, No. 6 South Main street, opposite the Merchants' Exchange.

H. A. CONANT, dealer in Hides, Leather and Wool, No. 79 Second street.

LIQUOR DEALERS.

Persons desirous of purchasing a Stock of Pure Liquors, should not fail to visit —

D. H. EVANS, Nos. 191 & 193 North Main street.

MONKS & OHIO, No. 178 North Second street.

G. W. BROOKS, corner Fourth and Green streets.

THEODORE BREDOW, No. 11 Pine street.

LUMBER DEALERS.

MESSRS. JAMES A. ROGERS & SON, Lumber Dealers, corner of Broadway and Mullanphy street; also Proprietors of the Broadway Planing Mill, and Sash, Door and Blind Factotory, between Cass avenue and O'Fallon street.

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MARBLE WORKS.

The houses engaged in this branch of trade in our city can not be excelled. The following are the most extensive:
WASHINGTON MARBLE WORKS, corner of Fifth street and Washington avenue. PARK & McCLINTOCK keep constantly on hand an elegant assortment of Marble Mantels, Monuments, Head Stones, Tombs, Marble Tiles, Furniture Slabs, Plaster of Paris, and Cement. All orders filled with promptness and care.

EMPIRE STEAM MARBLE WORKS, Nos. 63 & 65 Market street. WEBB, BRISON & Co. Monuments, Tombs, Grave Stones, Marble Mantels, Statuary, Garden Figures, Cabinet and Counter Slabs, &c., furnished to order on the shortest notice.

E. W. WARNE'S MARBLE WORKS, No. 9 South Fourth street, dealer in Egyptian, Italian and American Marble Monuments, Tombs, Mantels, Tables, and Counter Tops, &c.

MUSIC DEALERS.

St. Louis boasts of as great a number of Music Publishers as any city in the Union; among the number we mention —

BALMER & WEBER, No. 56 Fourth street, Publishers of Music, and dealers in Piano-fortes and Musical Instruments of every description.

CHARLES FRITZ, No. 52 Fourth street, importer and dealer in Musical Instruments, and European and American Music.

H. D. HEWITT, Agent for Stodart's unrivalled New York Piano — fortes, corner Fifth and Pine streets.

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Taylor, Jacob N; Crooks, M. O. Sketch Book of St. Louis: Containing a Series of Sketches of the Early Settlement, Public Buildings, Hotels, Railroads, Steamboats, Foundry and Machine Shops, Mercantile Houses, Grocers, Manufacturing Houses, Etc . St. Louis: George Knapp and Co, 1858. [format: book], [genre: guidebook; narrative]. Permission: Tulane University
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