The business of undertaking is carried on by Mr. Geo. n.north Lynch, ,
at No. 608 Olive street. Office is open day and night
This firm, successors to John J. Hoppe & Co.company , is represented by John
n.north Neuhaus, , H. r.residence Krite, and A.Mueller, . They are wholesale dealers
in fancy godos, notions, toys, hosiery, gloves, and thousand of other
articles. Their place of business is at No. 15 South Main street.
This firm are the proprietors of the St. Louis planing mill, sash,
door and blind factory, ont eh corner of Seventh and Mullanphy streets.
The office is at 124 Olive street. Superiority characterises all the work
which is turned out from their establishment.
StephenPartridge, is the president , and W w.west Stickney, , secretary ,
of the St. Louis Stonew Are Company . The office is at No.
233 North Third street, and the manufactory at the southeast corner of
Seventh and Russell avenue. Every description of stone pipe for sewers,
drains, acqueducts, etc., and chimney tops, lawn vases and ornamental
brackets, are manufactured at this establishment.
The office of this popular company is on Third street, between Olive
and Locust, and is represented in St. Louis by D. T.Parker, , Esq. This
Agent is both gentlemanly and efficient, and is emphatically the right
man in the right place.
The firm of Bridge, Beach & Co.company (successors to Bridge & Bro.)
is composed of Hudson e.east Bridge, and John H.Beach, . They manu-
facture stoves, and are importers and wholesale dealers in tin plate, cop-
per, sheet iron, wire. japanned ware, etc. Their place of business is at
No. 120 North Main street. An extensive house, doing a large business,
deserving the confidence and consideration of the public.
The Eagle Steam and Gas Pipe Works and Brass Foundry of John
Goodin, , is located at Nos. 218 to 224 Vine street, between Second and
Third. This is a large establishment doing a heavy business, and is one
of the useful institutions of our city.