The Saint Louis directory for the years 1854-5 :
40 Advertising Department.
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Riggs & Co. ,
manufacturers of
Solar Sperm, Star and Callow Candles,
palm, oleine & extra family soap,
pure lard oil,
factory, on park avenue, between seventh & eighth streets’
office, No. 25 front street,
St. Louis, Mo.

New York, New Orleans and Mobile Oyster Depot,
Tremont Saloon ,
No. 239 Broadway, opposite Wash street,
St. Louis, Mo.

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The undersigned having made arrangements to receive regular supplies of fresh Oysters In
The Shell from New York. New York, New Orleans and Mobile, would inform his friends and the public,
that he has now on hand a lot of the freshest and best of the season, which will be served up in the
best style to customers, and furnished at all hours to families and parties, on short-notice.

The above Saloon has been recently refitted in elegant style, and the lovers of good eating find drinking will find
it unsurpassed by any establishment in the city. Lunch every day at 10 o’clock.

An entrance for ladies calling for oysters for families, has been opined scpaiate from tho bar room.

J. B.Barsaloux, .

Western Spice Mills .

Factory, Seventh Street............Office, No. 8 Pine Street.

J. ParkerNoreis, ,
(Successor to Collet & Johnson,)
has for sale at the office or factory,
whole and ground spices,
mustards, goffee, cayenne, catsups, syrups.
also manufacturer of
tin boxes, cans and druggists’ tin ware,
St. Louis, Mo.