The Saint Louis business directory for 1853-4 /
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P.Chouteau, Jr.,

Jas.Harrison, ,

FelixValle, .

Chouteau, Harrison & Valle ,
Proprietors of
St. Louis Rolling Mills,
Manufacturers of
Sheet and Boiler Plate,
Iron Mountain Iron Nails,
and
Importers of Steel and Dinners’ Stock,
Warehouse, 110 Second Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

(96)

L. F.Hastings, .

L.Mower, .

Hastings & Mower ,
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Workers,
Dealers in all kinds of
Stoves and Trimmings,
Also, Roofing, and Bright Work, suitable for Steamboats, Hotels, &c.No. 70 Second street,
Second door from Olive, or S. W. corner from the Monroe House.

☞ All orders in our line executed in a workman-like manner, with
promptness and dispatch, and satisfactory terms.

(97)

W. G.Ashdown, ,
(Successor to Wm. M. Ashdown)
Gas & Steam Fitter
No. 43 Third Street,
Between Pine and Chesnut streets, St. Louis, Mo.

☞ Private and Public Buildings, Offices and Stores, fitted up for
the use of Coal Gas, in the most approved manner.

Oil Chandeliers altered to burn Coal Gas. Also, Brass Castings and
Finishing, By strict attention to neatness, cheapness and dispatch, I
hope to merit a share of public patronage.