Edwards' annual directory to the inhabitants, institutions, incorporated companies, business, business firms, manufacturing establishments, etc., in the city of Saint Louis
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Morgens & Bro.

The St. Louis Steato Dyeing,'Scouring, Finishing and Watering Es-
tablishment of which-the Messrs. Mqrgens & Bro. are proprie-
tors , is located at No. S South Fourth street, between Market and Wal-
nut This is an extensive establishment, probably the largest in the west,
and dyeing in every variety of cojor, all descrjptjons of, silk and woolen
gads is executed. Added to this is another prominent feature, the
cleaning of all descriptions of shawls and dresses, gentlemen's garments,
feathers, velvet, kid gloves, etc., etc All the goods which pass through
the hands of this firm,, come out "redeemed, regenerated and disen-
tailed." In fact they "dye to live."

John C. Zallee.

The merchant tailoring establishment of Mr.Zallee, is at No. 110
Olive street, where he has " rendered his name immortal" by manufactur-
ing a suit of gentleman's clothing and sending it to the Paris Exposition,
taking the prize away ftpm thetfasMonable artists in the tailoring line in
that fashionable and renowned, emporium. He alone took the first pre-
mium at the seventh annual fair at St. Louis, for a whole suit—coat,
pants and vest. These triumphs stamp him a workman of superior, skill,
and are the grand key to his success,over all competition. For a good
suit of clothes, commend us to Mr. Zallee.

Enno Sander & Co.

The members of this firm are druggists , doing Business under Bar-
num's and the Southern Hotels, Tfepy are, also importers of European
chemicals and drugs, toilet. and fancjr articles, sui-gical and philosophical
instruments, etc., etc. The senior partner is also a manufacturer of stan-
dard medicines and pure chemicals at Nos. 209 to 213 Myrtle street.
Drugs are here powdered and ground, and chemicals and medicines pre-
pared to order. Everything in their line is gotton up by practical and
experienced hands.

Franklin Insurance Company.

This company with capital of $200,000, on the stock and mutual
department, have an office at No. 8 South Main street. The officers of
the institution are well knwon men of wealth and intergity making the
company a safe one from which to obtain policies of insurance. The
agents in this city are AugustEttling, and Chr.Schuermann, .

Philibert, Branconier & Co.

The above firm are dealers in lumber and manufacturers of doors,
sash, blinds, window frames, casings, etc. The factory is on Market
treet, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth.