The Saint Louis directory for the years 1854-5 :
50 Advertising Department.
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New York Music Store.

Henry P.Sherburne, ,
No. 36 market street, St. Louis, Mo.
Agent for EdwardBaack, , New York,
for the sale of
musical instruments,
and

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musical merchandise,
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Of every description, wholesale at New York prices: retail, at less than can bo bought West of the Mountains.
billiard and ten pin balls, &c.

Piano fortes
By Lighte & Newton : H.Worcester, : Hall & Son , and Grow & Christopher , of New York.

Melodeons and reed organs,
By George A. Prince & Co. , Buffalo : and Alexandre & Fib , of Paris, France.

N. B.—All kinds of musical instruments repaired.

Mutual Savings Instituton ,
southwest corner of fourth and pine streets,
St. Louis, Mo.

This institution is ready to receive deposits, either to be checked for at pleasure or to accumulate. On deposit
for three months or longer, intere t at the rate of fix per cent. per annum, and compounded quarterly, and on
current deposits four percent interest will ho allowed.

From minors, as small amounts as ten cents will be received. For full information, apply fit the office.

The office will hereafter be opened every dny, except Sunday, and tae usual holidays, from d o’clock, A. M., till
o’clock, P. M., and on Saturday from 9 o’clock, a. m., till 8 P. M.

Board of Directors.

JohnCavender, ,
Wm. M.Morrison, ,
LawrasokRiggs, ,
J. R.Barrett, ,
W. A.Hargadine, .
WaymakCrow, ,
S. A.Ranlett, ,

JohnCavender, , President

AdolphusNohl, , Treasurer .

Blank Books & Stationery.
paper, ink, prints, quills,
lead pencils, steel pens, &c.,
french and german books.

C. WITTER,
Importer ,
walnut street, southeast corner of second, St. Louis, Mo.,
binding, printing and engraving,
Done in superior style.