The Saint Louis business directory for 1853-4 /
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Herman H.Meier, ,
Successor to Thos. J. Meier,
Dealer in
Hardware & Cutlery,
N. E. cor. Green & Broadway,
St. Louis.

Keeps constantly on hand, a general assortment of
Hardware and Cutlery!

Consisting, in part, of Building Materials, Chains, Tools, Grinding
Stones, Farming Tools, Household Utensils, &c., &c.

☞ All of which will be sold at the lowest cash prices.


Cheap Book Store .

James M. Crawford’s
Book Store !

Is at No. 36 Chesnut street,
From which place he will supply all orders for Books, at lowest cash
prices. He respectfully solicits Country Merchants, Booksellers, Canvassers,
Agents, and Strangers in the city, to call and examine his extensive
collection of Cheap Publications, where they will be sure to find
all the latest and cheapest works published in this country.

He has also for sale, every cheap publication and magazine issued
in this country, and all other cheap editions published of any of the
foreign authors. Any work, new or old, can be obtained by leaving
their orders with him, or sending through the post office, post paid.

Agents, Pedlars, Country Merchants, Dealers in Cheap Works, and
all others, will be supplied with any thing in my line, at publishers
lowest cash prices, and their orders will be filled at as low prices, if
not lower than any other house in the city.

Remember, Jas. M.Crawford, , 36 Chesnut street.