This firm are dealers in mixed paints, glass, etc., and also house, sing
and steamboat painters. Their place of business is at No. 219 Pine
Messrs. Gay & Hanenkamp are wholesale grocers and com-
mission merchants , doing business at Nos. 107 and 111 Second street,
between Chesnut and Pine.
The firm of Burns & Degnan are manufacturers and wholesale
dealers in saddles, bridles, harness, collars, whips, etc., at No. 619 North
Main street, and noted for the superiority and excellence of all their
The Steam Candy Factory of F.Walter, is on the northeast
corner of Third and Myrtle streets. They manufacture American and
French confectionery, and are also wholesale dealers in fancy fruits,
This firm are publishers and stationers, as also manufacturers of
school furniture, No. 606 Washington avenue. All the paraphernalia
of a schoolroom may be had at his house.
William and James Ellison , of the firm of Ellison & Bro., are pro-
prietors of the PhœNix Iron Works. Foundry and machine
shop, Nos. 910 and 912 North Main street. This is one of the large
machine works of St. Louis, manufacturing useful articles in great
The firm of H. M. Thomson & Co.company are dealers in premium stone
ware pipe for drains and sewers, porcelain stoves, patent chimneys for
prairie houses, fire brick, flower vases and pots, etc., etc. The manu-
factory is situated on Sixteenth street, and the sample room and office at
417 Locust. A large establishment, with an extensive business.
This firm are extensive importers and wholesale dealers in hardware,
cutlery and guns, No. 4 South Main street, between Market and Walnut.
They are the successors of Mense, Rashcoe & Co.company , and the superiority of
thier goods is well known throughout this and other cities.