Edwards' annual directory to the inhabitants, institutions, incorporated companies, manufacturing establishments, business, business firms, etc., etc., in the city of St. Louis for ... /
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New First-Class Hotel in St. Louis.
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Fourth Street Hotel,
Between Washington & Franklin Avenues.
M. W. Quinn & Co. , Proprietors.
The Proprietors take pleasure in announcing that this House has just been built and
furnished with all the modern improvements, and that no pains will be spared to make it
one of the best Hotels in St. Louis. It contains one hundred and fifty high, well-ventilated
rooms, is within four blocks of the Post-office, and immediately contiguous to Military
Headquarters. The Horse Cars for Benton Barracks and the Arsenal pass the House
every few minutes.
Fare, $1.50 Per Day.
Jacob, Newmann,
Merchant Tailor ,
242 MarketSt.street ,
bet.between Ninth and Tenth, St. Louis.
All Orders will be done in the most fashiona-
ble style, and at reasonable prices. Dyeing,
Scouring and Repairign promptly attended to.
John, F. Greve, Dealer in
Cigars, Tobacco,
and Snuff,
Wholesale & Retail ,
122 n.north Third Street.
St. Louis, Mo.
A.Ceisel, ,
Dealer in Stoves
and Manufacturer of
Tinware,
Wholesale & Retail,
Also, a full assortment of Coal Oil Lamps ,
3 & 5 Carondelet Ave.,
Opposite Park Ave.,
St. Louis Mo.
All Kinds of Tin-Roofing and Job-Work done
b.between M.Argust, ,
Merchant Tailor ,
51 Green Street,
bet.between Third and Fourth,
St. Louis.
Scouring & Repairing neatly done.