The Saint Louis directory for the years 1854-5 :
vi Omissions and Alterations.
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Omissions and Alterations.
Adams, John H., clothier , 12n.north Main
Ahrens, Ernst, tinner , r. ws. Carond. av. b. Barry and
Park av.avenue
Ahrens, Sophia, widow, r. ws. Carond. av. b. Barry and
Park av.avenue
Armstrong, D. H., Postmaster
Beach, J. H., salesman , 37n.north Main
Blanchard, J. G., tinner , 37n.north Main
Blythe, Jamee E., clerk at 40n.north Main
Bolton, Wilson & Co. , painters, 62n.north 2d
Brooke, W. M. C., Agent office, Luceas Building, r. es.
10th st., s. of Wash
Buchanan, A. S., (Carr & B.) 49n.north Main
Carr & Buchanan , wholesale booksellers and stationers,
49n.north Main
Carr, Lucien, (C. & Buchanan) r. ws. 8th b. Locust &
Olive sts
Chappell & Valle , Commission Merchants, 14 Pine
Craig, J., furniture Ware-rooms, 56n.north 2d
Cullen, M. R., M. D. , off. 55 Chesnut
Cuno, Charles A., dry goods, 31 s.south Main
Darby & Burksdale , bankers, 48n.north Main
Dudbeys, W. A., M. D. , office Lueust b. 3d & 4th
Ernst, Gustavus, clerk , r. Bremen
Fansworth, E. V., r. ss. Walnut b. 2d & 3d
Felt, Notrris E., Agent Mo. & Ills. Directory , r. U. S.
Filley, Lester B., office 10 Chesnut,r.residence 190 Olive
Gale, D. B., r. cor. 17th and Lucas Place
Gordon, P. D., grocer , 147 Market
Irvis, Henry, drayman , al.b. 10th & 11th Biddle & Carr
Irwin, Ann, Irish tip shop, ws. 10th b. Biddle & Carr
Irwin, Charles W.(Martin & I.) r. sw. corner 10th and
Irwin, Joseph S., clerk , 194n.north Mainr.residence Virginia Hotel
Irwin, Robert, omnibus driver , at Case & Co’s
Irwin, Wm., hollow it stove ware, 180n.north Main
Isaacs, Adolph. (Jacks, Keiler & Co.) r. ws. Collins b.
Cherry & Wash.
Isaacs & Dill , receiving, discharging and delivering
clerks, se. cor. Com’I. & Chesnut
Isaacs, Isaac, clerk , 94n.north Front r. es. Collhis, b. Bates
and O’Fallon
Isaacs, John, clothing store, 164 B’wdy, r. 181n.north 6th
Isaacs, Joseph, fruit and game depot, 217 B’way, r. es.
B’way, s. of Cass av
Isaacs, Joseph J., provision dealer , r. es. B’way, s. of
Isaaes, Laz., (I. & Dill) r. es. Collins, between Bates and
Isaaes, Mary, widow, ws. 6thn.north of O’Fallon
Isaacs, Wm., shoemaker , ws. 8th, s.south of Cass av
Isabel, Wm., es B’way, s. of Columbia School
Isabel, Mrs. E. J., teacher in Webster
Isbe, Henry, scale maker , 14n.north 2d
Israel, John, river steward , ne. cor. 9th and Madison
Israel, Wm., cooper , al. w. of 3d, b. Convent & Rutger
Issfeldt, John, laborer , es. Rosatti, between Emmett and
Geyer av
Ittner, Jacob, laborer , es. Carond. av., b. Lafayette and
Ittner, John, cooper , ws. Carond. av., b. Allen av.avenue and
Geyer av
Ittner, Mary M., widow, ss. Clark av., b. 14th & 15th
Ivers, Jackson, engineer , (boarding) ss. Franklin av., b.
6th & 7th
Ivers, Luke, laborer , ns. Wood, b. 2d & Jackson
Ivers, Richard, builder , 84 1-2 Olive, r. es. 15th, s.south of
Iverster, Enoch, engineer , ws. 7th, s.south of Cass av
Ives, Edward, ship carpenter , es. 8th, b. Franklin av.avenue and
Wash. av., up stairs
Ives, Wm. L., clerk , 98n.north 4th. r. es. 6th, s.south of Olive
Ivory, John C., real estate dealer , r. ws. 13th, b. Chesnut
and Pine
Ivy, Thomas, turner , bds. es. B’way, b. Florida and
Iwig, Henry, coppersmith , 189 s.south 2d, 1n yard
Magoffin, John, M. D. , 71 4th
Mayer Francis & Co. , bell and brass founder , Convent,
b. 3d & 4th
McCalla, Rev.Wim. S., pastor of Assembly Pres. Church
MoIlvain, ——, (Sawyer & McI.)
Miller, Joseph G., Commission Merchant , 9 Locust
Parker, O. F., (Sloss & P.) r. Metropolitan Hotel
Pittaluga, G., wholesale grocer and liquor dealer , cor.corner
Com’l. and Chesnut
Sawyer, Joseph, (S. & McIiain) r. 8th,n.north of Locust
Sawyer & Mullvain , sash, door and blind manufacturer,
cor.corner 9th & Walout
Skeele, Edwin A., jeweller , 43n.north 4th
Strong, N. D. & G. P , attorneys, 35 Chesnut
Thornburg, Josiah, c’lk. of Co. Court , r. ns. Olive, 3d
doorw.west. of 10th.
The Bellefontaine Cemeteky,

Dedicated in May, 1850, situated five miles north of the Court house, on the Ballefontaine road, and contains two
hundred and twenty-one acres. Burial lots are sold at 20 cts. per square foot, with a discount of 10 per ct. when
sixteen hundred feet or more are taken, and may be selected of any shape and any size, not less than four hun-
dred square feet. Up to 1st Jan., 1854, three hundred and thirty-three lots had been sold, and nearly eleven
hundred bodies interred in this Cemetery. The grounds occupied are addmirably adapted by nature for the pur
pose, and a large sum is annually expended by the Association in their improvement. It is understood to be
the intention of tho Association, that, as soon as the debts are liquidated and the stock paid in, refunded, the lot
owners shall become the corporators in accordance with the provisions of the charter and the entire receipts go
to constitute a fund for keeping the grounds in order forever.