The Saint Louis business directory for 1853-4 /
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Merchants’ Hotel !
Corner Fourth and Locust st.,
St. Louis, Mo.

In the most pleasant location in the city—this House
has undergone a thorough renovation and is now in fine
condition for permanent or transcient boarders, the rooms
are unequalled by any House in the city.

Price, Per Day, $1.

Moody, , Proprietor .


The Bartling House
Third street, between Pine and Olive,
St. Louis, Mo.,

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Hulme & White, Proprietors of the above Establishment, avail themselves of this medium
to return thanks to their friends for the very liberal encouragement
extended to them from the date of their assuming the directorship of
the Bartling House. The Restaurant will be always found pleantifully
supplied with the substantials and delicacies of the season—the cellars
with Wines and Liquors of approved brands.

Their Saloon is fitted up on the most extensive scale, being supplied
with every variety of the choicest Wines and Liquors of their own im-
portation. An inviting Lunch served at 10½ A. M., and 9 P. M., daily.


Frederick House !
By JohnScholten, ,
No. 115, corner of Second and Vine st.,
St. Louis, Mo.

Boarding per day, 75 cents.