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

Saint Louis
Aericultural Warehouse And Seed Store.

Established 1845, By Wm.William M.Plant, .

☞ Sign of the Gilt Plos. ☜

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This Cut represents our New Cast Steel Chpper Plow, with slip share.

Plant Bros., Pratt & Co.company
Successors to Plant & Bros., proprietors of the St. Louis Agricultural Warehouse
and Seed Store, established 1845: and Tobey & Anderson, proprie-
tors of the Peoria Steel Plow Works, established 1843;
Manufacturers Of The
Celebrated Peoria Hardened Steet

All our Plows are made with Sllip shares, which will enable the Farmer to order any
number of duplicate shares, which he can attach to the Plow himself.

Plows Delivered at Peoria or St. Louis, at option of Purchaser.

Also Dealers In Every Variety Of
Farm Machinery, Tools, Grass Seeds,
And Plants Warranted Garden Seeds;
Reapers; Mowers; Horse Powers; Hay and Cotton Presses; wheat Brills;
Sugar Cane Crushers; Clover Hullers; Cotton Gins; Portable Steam Engines;
Saw. Corn and Flour Mills; Rubber and Hemp Steam Packing; Lace Leather;
Leather And Rubber Belting And Hose;
Howe's Standard Seales; Pumps, &c., &c.

Call And Examine Our Stock And Prices.

☞ Send for our Catalogue, furnished gratis at our warehouses, or by mail when five cents is
sent to preopay the postage.

The late firm of Plant & Bro. would tender to their old friends and customers their sineere
thanks for the liberal patronage extended to them through a business course of twenty-three
years, and would solicit a continuance of the same for the new firm.

All goods manufactured or sold by us warranted equal to representation.

Very respectfully.

St.Street Louis, Mo., 1868. Plant Bros., Pratt & Co.company