The St. Louis directory and register :
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Green Tree Inn ,
St. Louis

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The subscribers respectfully inform their friends
and the public generally, that they have commenced
Business in Co-Partnership, as Inn-Keepers
in the above named very convenient, commodious and
old established house.

Situated No. 85 South Church street, about two squares
below the Roman Catholic Church.—where

Travellers & Others
will find it much to their interest to call, and may
rest assured of meeting with the best accommodations
for themselves and horses, at the Lowest Prices, at
which they can be afforded in St. Louis. They
pledge themselves that their Table shall always be
furnished with the

Best provisions that the country affords.
and that their Bar will be supplied with the most

Choice Liquors. Their stable is
large, convenient to the Inn, and will be always pro-
vided with plenty of good Feed and attentive Ostlers.

☞ Their price, per week, for Boarding and Lod-
ging, is Four Dollars,—those who lodge themselves
will be charged Fifty Cents less.—There is an en-
trance to their Inn between Nos. 86 and 88 south
Main street.

☞ They take in Horses at Livery,
and will at all times keep the best Horses and Carria-
ges for Hire.


*∗* Notes of the State Bank of Kentucky and its
Branches, and the State Bank of Tennessee and
Branches, will be received at Par in payment of bills.


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Wagon Making & Blacksmithing .

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The subscribers respectfully inform their friends
the public, that they have made such ar-
rangements as will enable them to manufacture

Road Wagons, Dearborn Carriages,
Carts & Drays, Hand & Bar-

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and Harrows,
Of various descriptions, together with every other
kind of Farming utensil, all of which they will war-
rant.—They will sell any of their articles, at a lower
price, than they can be imported. A discount will be
made to Merchants, who purchase to sell again. Re-
pairing done in the best manner, and at the shortest
notice. All orders will be thankfully received and
executed with punctuality and despatch.

Blacksmithing carried on in all its various bran-

James D.Earl, , and
AndrewLight, .

No 181, north Main st.street above H. street.

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St. Louis
Hat Manufactory .

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The subscriber, at the Sign of the
Golden Hat,
No. 10, North Main-Street, St. Louis,
Respectfully informs his friends and cus-
tomers, that he has just received from his Manu-
factory in Kentucky, a large supply of
Fashionable Hats,
together with his stock on hand, comprising the most
extensive assortment in the Western country; which
he will warrant not inferior to any made in the eastern
cities:—Consisting of;

Men's White Russia Hats,

Men's and Boy's Black and Drab Beavers.

Do. do. do. do. Castors & Rorams,

Children's do. do.

Also—A quantity of Wool Hats.

He still continues to manufacture.

Patent Water Proof,
And all other kind of Hats, agreeably to directions
and at the shortest notice.—Orders thankfully receiv-
ed and attended to with despatch. He returns his
sincere thanks to his customers for their liberal en-
couragement, and hopes to merit a continuance of
their patronage; and informs them that his prices
are at least 20 per cent lower than usual in this place.

J.Christman, .

☞ Kentucky and Tennessee bank paper, will be
taken for Hats.

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Cast steel edge tool Manufactory ,
St. Louis, North Water-street, below the Team Boat Ferry

The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and
the public that he was employed Lewis Newell in
the manufacture of Cast steel Tools of various kinds,
which he will warrant to be equal to any imported or
made in the United States; among which are the fol-
lowing, viz:

Broad and common Axes.

Chissels of every description.

Augers—of all sizes.

Draw knives, Curriers' Knives
Hoes, Mattocks, and in short every
other kind of Edge Tool;
He also Makes
Plough & Millirons
and executes every kind of work in
the Blacksmithing line with de-
spatch, and at reasonable prices.

Those persons who are not already acquainted with
the superior excellence of the Cast-steel, are informed
That an Axe
made of it, will out last at least four made of com-
mon steel,—and is equally as good for other tools.