And Names Too Late For Insertion In Their Proper Places.
Spruce and Poplar
J. M.Rippey, and W. R.Stanley, ,) gas and steam
pipe filters , 90 Olive. (Sec advt., p. 430.)
Mills, Jr.junior , and —, ,) drygoods, 234 and 236
b. Broadway and 4th
b. Broadway and 4th
Co.Company ) old College farm, Bellelontaine road; office
and pres. Merchants' bank and Millers' and Man-
ufacturers' Ins.Co.Company , r. 8th sw.c. Pine
3d;r.residence Broadway b.between O'Fallon and Cass av
com.mer.merchants , 281 and 283n.north Main; bds.boards 237 Chs'nt
and James C.Edwards, .) forwd.forwarding and com. , 24
Levee and 48 Commercial, (See advt, p. 488.)
penter & Co.Company , bds.boards sw.south west c.corner 5th and Carr
ington av.avenue se.southeast c.corner 5th. (See advt., p, 250.)
advt., front fly leaf.)
L.Kann, .) saddle and harness manfrs.manufacturers , 70n.north Main.
(See advt., p. 332.)
bankers and exchange brokers , Mainnw.northwest Cor.corner
CasparSchmelter, ,) wood dealers , b. Levee bet.between
Poplar and Plum
Iron Mountain R.R. depot
Griffin, .) bacon, lard and butter dealers , 263
Eraufc L.Penney, ,) stencil cutters , 30n.north 3d
r. DeKnlbc.corner Picotte
com.mers. , 46s.south Main. (See advt., p. 266.)
Thomas M.Halpin, ,) book and job printers and
general directory publishers , Chesnutnw.northwest c.corner 3d
Groshon, ,) hats, caps and furs, 58n.north 4th
Eagleson, ,) carpenters , es. 14th nr. Chouteau av
nor .) r. 43s.south 6th
75s.south Main and lumberyard. Levee bet.between Cedar
and medicines, Washington av.avenue c.corner 6th
r. 262 Morgan. (See advt., p. 308.)
St. Louis Place
nut;r.residence 135 Chesnut. (See card, p. 448.)
ket;r.residence 53 Center
Evans av.avenue bet.between St. Charles road and Page av
Mills, 5thc.corner Hazel;r.residence 7n.north 11th
Wheeler, ,) saloon, 103n.north 5th
Thomas Julius, brewer, Mallinekrodt near Broadway
Hoyt, and Willis J.Powell, ,) com.mers. , 48Com.
office, 4 City hides, sonth Commercial;r.residence ns.northside
Clark av.avenue below 14th
Floyd, and William C.Reed, Jr.junior ,) Dunnage Co.Company ,
Biddle and O'Fallon
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