The Saint Louis business directory for 1853-4 /
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St. Louis Spoke Manufactory!

JacobWoodburn, ,
On Main street, between Biddle and Ashley,
Proprietor of Blachard’s Patent.

Spokes, of White Oak and Hickory, of all sizes and patterns, turned and furnished,
and a large supply constantly kept on hand, at the following rates. viz:

Spokes, all under 2 1-2 inches. from $4 to $5 per hundred; " for four horse wagons " $5 to $5 50 "

Also, Hubs, Felloes, Bows, Shafts, Swingle Trees, Spring Bars, Handles
for Sledge Hammers, Hatchets, Axes and Pick Axes.

☞ All articles made of the very best timber, and will seasoned.

N. B.—The highest price paid for Oak and Hickory Spokes. None
but the best quality of timber will be received.

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H. G.Biglow, .

Wm.WilliamSmith, .

J. N.Hood, .

St. Louis Felloe and Hub
Manufactory,
By H. G. Bigelow, Smith & Co.company ,
Main, between Biddle and Ashley streets.

We manufacture and keep constantly on hand, bend Felloes. Shafts,
Bows and mortised Hubs of all sizes, of the best quality of timber.

Felloes 1 3-8 and under, $1 75 per set and 25 cents for each addi-
tional 1-8 in depth, up to 2 inches; Buggy Bows, 75 cents per set;
standing Top Bows, $1 50 per set; bend Heel Shafts, 60 cents per pair;
Straight Heel do., 50 cents per pair; Hubs mortised 5 inches and under,
$1 25 and 25 cents for each additional inch in diameter.

N. B.—The highest price paid for Hickory and Ash Lumber. None
but the best quality will be received.

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A. B.Rodgers, ,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Carriages!

Corner of Sixth and St Charles streets,
Having a practical knowledge of the business, offers to manufacture for
the citizens of St. Louis and vicinity, Carriages of ever description, to
their entire satisfaction, with the best materials, taste and durability.

☞ Repairing done on the shortest notice and on the most reasonable
terms. A choice assortment of Carriages always on hand.