The Saint Louis directory for the years 1854-5 :
Advertising Department. 29
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R. H.Cole, ,
Blacksmith and machinist ,
main street, near the shot tower,
St. Louis, Mo.

☞ N. B.—Particular attention paid to Rail Bridge Work and Wrought
Iron Woik of every description.

Punched Washers constantly on hand ; Mill Iron made to order. ☞All the
above on reasonable terms.

Kingsland & Cuddy ,
proprietors of
broadway foundry,
St. Louis, Mo.,


Steam Engines, all sizes,


Sheet Iron Work,

Mill Machinery,

Iron Fronts, &c., for Houses,

Sugar Mills,

Parker’s Patent Water Wheel,

Johnson’s Patent Water Wheel,

Tobacco Presses,

Oil Presses,

Hydraulic Presses,

Lead Eurnace Castings, and

Iron and Brass Castings of every description,
Steamboat Work promptly attended to.

Hellwag & schiereck ,
wholesale and retail
tin store,
copper, tin and sheet iron workers,
Keep constantly on hand
parlor and cooking stoves,
west side of beoadway, between webster & chambees sts.
St. Louis, Mo.