The Saint Louis directory for the years 1854-5 :

DavidLandreth, ,
(of Philadelphia,) announces to all whom it mny interest, that he has located at
St. Louis,
No. 6 City Build-
ings Levee, be-
tween Market &
Walnut-

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Principal en-
trance , No. G, Old
Market Square,

Sign of the plow
a branch of his establishment,

Where will Ve constantly kept a complete assortment of Machinery adapted to the Fnrm, Flnntstion and
Garden. His lone practical experience in this branch of business qualifies him to judge of the relative merits
of Implements, and none but thoso of real value will find place in

Landbeth’s agricultubal house ,

Seeds of nil descriptions will receive an important share of attention, especially those for the Garden, which
being the produce of his own grounds, and reared under his personal inspection, will be found, on trial, Bujrerior
to those usually offered for sale.

The undersigned being charged with the direction of

Landreth’s agricultural house , St. Louis,

Respectfully invites the patronage of hii friends and the public, assuring them of his best exertions to serve
tuoin satisfactorily.

Geo.Buenet, jr.