John S.Watson, ,
(Late Of Wilgus & Watson,)
House, Sign, Steamboat &
Grainer, Glazier, Paper Hanger, And
No. 54° 40' Pine Street,
St. Louis, Mo.Missouri
☞Having sold out and withdrawn from the old firm of
Wilgus & Watson, he tenders his sincere thanks to
his friends for their kind patronage and encouragement while in
he old firm, end now takes great pleasure in giving them the
information that he has opened a new establishment first door
west of the old stand, where he will be prepared at all times
to attend, as heretofore, to all orders in his line, hoping by
strict attention to business, with promptness, neatness, and
cheapness, to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage.
He will keep constantly on hand and for sale, a large assortment of
Window, Coach and Picture Frame Glaas,
Of The Most Superior Kind—Also,
White Bmlead, Oil, Turpentine, Varnish, Putty, and every variety of
Paints, mixed ready for use, or otherwise as desired.
Persons wishing their houses refitted, painted, papeeed, or whi-
tened, or wishing Signs, from the most plain to the most superior,
can be accommodated to their entire satisfaction.
All orders for city or shipment will be carefully and promptly
attended to. He has prepared himself with the very best workmen
in all the various branches that the country can produce. He is
ajae prepared to furnish his customers with
Of the latest elegant styles, as well as the more common article, at the very lowest
prices. Especial attention paid to estimating for builders and jobbers, and the work
done promptly aad satisfactorily.
☞Steamboats painted open the shortest notioe and most reasonable terms.☜