The Laclede Rolling Mills, owned and conducted by the above com-
pany, are manufacturers and dealers in every article manufactured from
iron, at No. 603 North Second street. The company is represented by
Jas.Harrison, , president , JulesValle, , vice-president , and JohnBogga, ,
secretary . This establishment is among the most extensive in the West.
JamesCollins, and John J.Holliday, , comprise the firm of Collins
& Holliday , proprietors of the Broadway Foundry, No. 313 Carr
street. The firm manufacture stationary and, portable steam engines and
boilers, mulay and circular saw mills, machinery for saw, grist and roll-
ing mills, tobacco screws and presses, iron and brass castings, and every
article pertaining to their line of business. This is an extensive estab-
lishment, doing an immense business.
The saloon of Christ T.Neef, is on the southwest corner of Sec-
ond and Pine streets, where the choicest of liquors and cigars may always
F.Herold, and GeorgeLoebs, are the proprietors of the Cherokee
Street Brewery, on Cherokee street, between Ohio and Iowa. This
brewery is distinguished for the excellence of its ales.
This firm manufacture news and book paper, wrapping paper and
paper bags; and deal in cotton and woolen rags, at No. 109 Pine street.
This gentleman deals in military clothing, tents, wagon covers and
tarpaulins, No. 4 City buildings. His assortment of goods is complete,
and buyers have no difficulty in making selections.
n.north O.Champagne, and r.residence w.west Anderson, comprise the firm of N. O.
Champagne & Co.company , dealers in staple and fancy groceries, brandies,
wines, ale, porter, etc., etc. Their place of business is on the northwest
corner of Seventh street and Washington avenue.
This gentleman manufactures Damascus tempered carriage, mill
and railroad springs. This manufactory is at No. 1429 North Tenth
street. The articles manufactured by Mr. F. are noted for their superior