The Saint Louis directory for the years 1854-5 :
Advertising Department. 27
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Francis Mayer & Co. ,

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Bell and brass founders,
south convent street, between third and fourth streets,
St. Louis, Mo.

☞We cast bells of any size, tone or description; also in brass, all kind of work whatever. Brass cast-
ing, finishing in brass and iron, also Iron work and black-mithing done to order.

Old Copper, Metal, Brass, Zinc, Tin and Lead will be taken in payment and
bought at the highest prices. Pumps, Cocks, Hydraulic Presses, &c., made to
order.

Duquesne Iron Store ,
Nos. 26 levee and 52 commercial street,
St. Louis, Mo.

coleman, hailman & Co. ,
manufacturers of
iron and nails,
Plough, Spring and American B. Steel;
eliptic springs, axles,
wrought nuts, washers, rivers and spikes,
Crowbars, Harrow Teeth, Sledges,
steel and iron plough wings,
solid box vices, &c.&c.

William Jessup & Son’s
celebrated
sheffield steel warehouse,
No. 213 Main Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

☞Steel of all kinds in store, or imported to order on as good terms as can be
obtained from any other house engaged in the manufacture of the article.

H. BakeWell, , Agent .