The Saint Louis business directory for 1853-4 /
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New Fancy Goods
and Stationers’ Warehouse.

Griffin & Cheever ,
125 Fourth street, three doors south of Locust street,
St. Louis, Mo.,
Would offer to the city and country trade, a new and fresh stock of
Fancy Goods.
Which they are constantly receiving, in every variety and style, and of
of the newest patterns of Foreign Manufacture.

English, French and American
Staple and Fancy Stationery,
A large and unusual assortment of every article in the line.

Artists’ and Drawing Materials
Of the choicest kind. We keep a large and well selected stock of
Wall Papers, Borders and Window Shades,
Of the newest patterns, which we will sell at lower prices than can be
obtained elsewhere. All who will favor us with a call, either for in-
spection of goods, or for purchase, we will guarantee perfect satisfac-
tion as to qualities and prices.


J. B.Wilcox, .

A.M’dowell, .

Carpet Emporium ,
Twenty Years Established---(Wholesale and Retail.)

Wilcox & M’dowell ,
Successors to Larkin Deaver,
No. 62 North Main street, St. Louis, Mo.

Carpets, Oil Cloths, Hearth Rugs, India Matting, House and Steamboat Furnishing
Goods, Table Covers, Stair Rods, and a general assortment of Linen Goods, Silk,
Damask, DeLaine and Embroidered Curtains, &c.


R. H. Miller & ,
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
China, Glass and Queensware,
Britannia Ware, Looking-glasses, Tea Trays, &c.,
No. 34 Main street, between Chesnut and Pine sts.streets ,
St. Louis, Mo.