Edwards' annual directory to the inhabitants, institutions, incorporated companies, manufacturing establishments, business, business firms, etc., etc., in the city of St. Louis for ... /
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Publishers’ Agent.
Chambers, J. H.,
85 Locust, up stairs.
Pump Manufacturers.
(See also Block and Pump Markers.)
Jeffs, w.west s.south , 61 Walnut.
Rhump & Schwehr , 98 Franklin av.avenue
Schroeder, Wilhelm, 26 Lafayette.
Queensware.
(See also, China, Glass and Queensware.
Ahrenson H. & Son , 65 Franklin av.avenue
Filley, Chauncey I.,
108 n.north Main. (See adv.)
Filley E. A. & S. R , 133 n.north Main.
Lucking, John b.between , 306 Franklin av.avenue
Reinhardt, Christian, 102 s.south 2d.
Samson & Carpenter ,
134 n.north 5th.
Sturrock, William H., 7th, nr.near Howard.
Wells, Charles G., 114 n.north 4th.
Yandell, Harry J.183 Franklin av.avenue
Racing & Social Club Rooms.
74 n.north 6th.
Railroad Companies and Offices.
St. Louis, Alton & Chicago R. R.
The Only Road Through from St. Louis
to Chicago Without Change
of Cars.
Two Through Express Trains Daily,
making close and certain connections at Spring-
field, for Quincy. Keokuk, Decatur, Lafayette and
Logansport. At Bloomington with the Illi-
nois Central Road for La Salle, Mendota, Galena,
Freeport and Dunleith. At Chicago with all
Northern and Eastern Roads for Milwaukee, La
Crosse, St. paul, Janesuille and Madison—Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, New
york and Boston. Tickets good for the year with
the privilege of stopping over at any point on the
route. Eastward bound passengers should pur-
chase their tickets via the Niagara falls
route, the most popular and pleasant route
from St. Louis to the East.
Luxurious State Room Sleeping Cars
On All Night Trains.
Smoking and Saloon Cars on Day Trains.
Baggage Checked Through to the Principal
Cities in the North and East.
Tickets to all parts of the United States and
Canadas via Chicago, Pittsburg & Ft. Wayne,
Michigan Southern and Michigan Central Roads
can be procured at the
General Union Ticket Office,
opposite the Planters’ House, where information
respecting the different routes will be cheerfully
given.
Joseph, Price, sec.secretary and Treas.
and Gen’l Ticket Ag’t , Chicago.
I. L.Downs, , Ticket agt.agent , St. Louis.
North Missouri , office Carr, c. Levee, ticket office
40 n.north 4th.
Ohio & Mississippi , office 41 s.south 4th, ticket office
under Planters’ House.
Pacific , 7th, c. Washington av.avenue , ticket office
Planters’ House.
St. Louis and Iron Mountain , office 176 s.south Main.
St. Louis, Alton and Terre Haute , 39 s.south 4th, ticket
office under Planters’ House.
Rag Dealers.
Armitage, James, 299 s.south 2d.
Hirsch, David, ws.west side Columbus, nr.near Miller.
Kiemel, Wendelen.171 s.south 4th.
Klauber, Bernhard, 224 Carondelet av.avenue
Steingrueber, Fritz.24 Jackson.
Walrop T. & Co. , 34 Carondelet av.avenue
Railroad Hardware.
Pratt & Fox ,
139 n.north Main.
Range Manufrs.
Hart & Harvey , 6th, c. Locust. (See adv.)
Hull & Cozzens , 108 n.north 3d.
Real Estate Agents.
e.east G.Obear, ,
Real Estate Agent
and Auctioneer,
Notary Public and Conveyancer ,
No. 71 ChesnutSt.street , St Louis.
Regular Stock Sales at Merchants’ Exchange,
Mondays and Thursdays.
References By permission.
Hon. James H.Lucas, .
Hon. John F.Darby, .
w.west , M.McPherson, Esq.
r.residence , M.Funkhouser, Esq.
Col. JohnO’Fallon, .
Messrs. Pratt & Fox.
Charles, K. Dickson, Esq.
James s.south Thomas, , Esq.
MarshallBrotherton, , Esq.
WaymanCrow, , Esq.
Messrs.Switzer, , Platt & Co
Messrs. Edward J. Gay & Co
Barry, James s.south , 48 chesnut.
Booth & Barada ,
33 Hesnut.
Byrne, Mrs. e.east C., wid.widow , 5th, nr.near Market.
ByrneJohn, jr., 28 n.north 5th.
Currey, Abner b.between , 543 Broadway.
Eisnstein, Wm.William,
65 Chesnut.
Finney, John, 104 n.north 5th.
Gottschalk, Ferdinand, 2d, and 5th.
Harding & Co. , 127 n.north 3d. up stairs.
Keferstein, F. w.west , 28 n.north 5th.
Go to Bryant Stratton 7 Wheeler’s Commercial College, cor.corner Fifth and Olive.