The Saint Louis business directory for 1853-4 /
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EdwardBoyle, ,
Boiler Maker and Sheet Iron Worker ,
Main street, between Cherry & Carr, St. Louis,
Second-hand Boilers bought, sold and exchanged for new ones. Sheet-Iron Work done of every description, such as Chimneys, Brichen, Escape Pipes, Fire Beds, Condensers, Stoves. Forges, &c., &c., and Steamboat Work in general.

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Repairing Done,
At the shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms.

Also, I have on hand,
Life Boats,
Made according to the provisions of the new steamboat law, which I guarantee comes up to the letter of the new law.


New No. 82
Old No. 88

J. H.Lightner, ,

New No. 82
Old No. 88

Second st., betw. Locust and Olive, opposite Monroe House,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Latest and best Patterns for cooking and other uses.

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Hollow-Ware, and Castings, also,
Ploughs, Peoria & Moline Ploughs & Breakers
Rail Road Iron Ploughs, for contractors’ use,
Jewett, Peacock and other patterns.

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Also, Hall, Dodd & Co.’s Patent
Fire and Thief Proof
☞ A superior article, ☜
having a run of public favor unprecedented.

Call and Examine.