The Monumental 'and Steam Marble Worts of the above firm are
located on the corner of Broad w.west ay and'Labeaume streets, opposite the
Empire Mills. Every description of work in marble or plain stone is
executed herein the highest style of art.
This is a home institution, officered by men of integrity and high
standing in the community. The office is at No. 112 Market street, be-
tween Main and Second. A more safe or reliable institution of the kind
does not exist. John 0. A.Fischer, , Esq., is the general agent for this
The banking house of the. Second National Bank , of St.
Louis, is at No. 212 North Third street. It has a capital of $300,000,
and a surplus of $80,000, being designated as depository and financial
agent of the United States. Geo. H.Rea, , Esq., president , e.east D.Jones, ,
Esq., cashier .
The officers of this company are A. F.Shapleigh, , president ; Hon-
SamuelTreat, , vice-president , and Charles C.Archer, , secretary . These
gentlemen, with the board of directors, are all geujfclemen well known in
St Louis, and form an association enjoying, publio confidence. The
office of the company is at 307, Olive street.
The office of this company, manufacturers of gunpowder, and deal-
ers in safety fuse, shot, bar lead and gun caps, is at No. 218 Second
street, one aoor south of Olive. This company is so well known, that
ahyextehded notice in these pages would be a matter of'superfluity.
Mr. Robinson, is. a merchant tailor , doing bpinesa at No,: 119
Walnut street, under Barnum Hotel. The fineneas of his work is only
equalled by hia exceedingly low prices. The elite of the city patronise
The Banking how of this sound institution is a.t No. 226 Market
street, between Second and Third. It has a capital of $150,000. Wm.
C.Lange, , Esq., president ; LouisSchmidt, , Esq., treasurer .