This gentleman is an extensive dealer in hides, leather, tanners' oil
and shoemakers' findings, at No. 717 North Main street, between Green
and Morgan. A liberal dealer, worthy of the confidence of the com-
This firm is composed of Geo. P.Whitelaw, and Charles w.west Barstow, ,
importers, manufacturers and wholesale dealers in oils, paints, naval
stores, window glass and varnishes, at No. 617 North Second street.
This house has a well earned and deserved reputation.
The Missouri Brass Foundry, Steam And Gas Pipe Works, of John
Kupferle & Co.company , is situated at No 600, corner of Second street and
Washington avenue. Every article in this line of business is manufac-
tured by this firm from the best material, and of the finest quality.
Messrs. PeterHayden, , PollockWilson, , Jno, A.Wilson, and C. H.
Allen, are members of the above firm, doing a large business in saddlery
hardware and carriage trimmings, at No. 14 North Main street. Good
stock and elegant workmanship are characteristic of this establishment.
The German Savings Institution , of St Louis, is located
on the southeast corner of Main and Market streets. RobertBarth, , Esq.,
the president , and RichardHospes, , Esq., the secretary and treasurer , as
well as the board of directors, are all gentlemen of integrity and busi-
ness standing, deserving, as they receive, the confidence of all who
intrust their savings in this institution.
J. e.east Liggett, and HenryDausman, , under the firm of Liggett &
Dausman , Nos. 27 and 29 South Second street, opposite Barnum's
Hotel, are large manufacturers of chewing tobacco, and dealers in
tobacco, cigars, snuff, pipes, etc. All lovers of the weed puff their cigars
and chews to speak respectfully of their goods in general.
The proprietors of the St. Louis Glass Works are JosephBagot, and
Jno. K.Cummings, , under the firm name of Bagot & Cummings .
The works are situated at Nos. 2301 to 2315 Broadway. A very large
establishment, making glass of superior excellence.