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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Empire Saw Works.
(Established in 1854.)
Curtis & Co. ,
Manufacturers Of
Warranted Best Refined Cast-Steel, Patent-Ground
Saws,
Comprising
Circular, Mill, Mulay, Cross-Cut (common and hook
tooth), Tennon, Pit Gang, Drag, Veneering, Hand
and panel, Metal, Butchers’, Raw, Cotton Gin,
Ice, Compass, Shingle, and Mill, Felloe,
Coopers’, Turning, and Billet Web Saws.
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Any description of Saws not there mentioned made to order.
Office & Salesroom, No. 6 Olive Street. Works, Main Street, above Florida, St. Louis.
(See Extra Advertisement, Page 196.)
Troxell & Brother,
Photographers ,
S. W. Cor. Fourth & Locust Sts. (Entrance on Locust.).
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Cartes de Visite and Photographs executed in the highest style of
the art. Also, a large variety of Photograph Albums, Gold, Ebony and
Rosewood Frames, &c., constantly on hand.
N. B. Particular attention given to Strangers.
J.Blattner, ,
Hydrometers,
Barometers,
Pocket Compasses,
Gold and Silver Spectacles,
Spy Glasses.
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Thermometers
Ivory Scales,
Steel Spectacles,
Opera and Field
Glasses.
Mathematical, Philosophical & Optical Instrument Maker,
Importer & Dealer in Surgical & Dental Instruments.
114 Market Street, bet.between Fourth and Fifth.