This gentleman ia a large dealer in pianos, parlor organs, musical
instruments, and musical merchandise generally. His place of business
is at No. 126 Market street, between Main and Second, where all lovers
of music can find enough to satisfy all their wants in that respect.
J. O.Codding, and C. H.Haskins, compose the firm of J. O. Cod-
Ding & Co.company , carpenters, joiners, cabinet makers, and manufacturers of
how cases and office furniture, etc., Nos. 307 and 309 St. Charles street.
The wares they manufeetsre are all of the best quality, and a credit to
FrankDevine, and John e.east Hagerty, , comprising the above firm, have
a rigging and sail loft at No. 122 Commercial street, corner of Pine, and
general dealers in all that pertains to their line of busienss.
Mr. Kerw1N, carries on the business of general blaeksmithing at
No. 806 North Levee. He manufactures every description of bolts,
pikes, mauls, bars, etc., for railways, railroad oars, bridges, and almost
every article that iron can be shaped to.
This gentlemen is proprietor of the Steamboat bakery, No. 524 North
Commercial street, between Washington avenue and Pine.
At No. 212 Market street, between Second and Third streets, Mr.
Renz, deals in every variety of stoves, and manufactures all kinds of
tin, copper and sheet iron ware. Al! his wares are of a superior quality.
The firm of Wolff & 1Iynes , importers of brandies, wines, gins,
etc., is composed of Geo. C.Wolff, and Geo. A.Hynes, . They deal also
in copper distilled whisky, cigars and tobacco. Business location, No. 4
Levee, City buildings.
This gentlemen is a druggist and chemist , and the sole proprietor of
Dimmiits CoughBalsam, , so much sought after by all afflicted with
coughs and colds. His place of business is on tbs southeast eonter of
Seventh and Olive streets.