A sound institution is the Third National Bank , of St.
Louis (late the Southern Bank). The banking house is in Gray's build-
ing, on the corner of Second and Pine streets. The bank has a capital
of $1,000,000, and the officers and directors are selected from the solid
business men of St. Louis.
The Empire Wire Works, of the above firm, are situated at No. 120
Market street. They manufacture all descriptions of wire cloth for all
purposes to which the article can be applied.
This, firm are heavy dealers in books and stationery, and importers
of French, German, and other foreign books and periodicals. Their place
of business is at No. 22 South Second street.
Messrs. Kingsland & Clark are proprietors of the Union Iron
Works, situated on the northeast corner of Second and Carr streets.
They are extensive manufacturers in portable and stationary steam
engines and boilers, and almost every article that can be manufactured
The office and factory of this company, is on the northeast corner of
Main and Lombard streets. The officers of the company are efficient
men, conducting the business in a satisfactory manner.
The place of business of this firm is at No. 316 North Main street,
where they carry on the business of dry goods commission merchants .
A sound, substantial house, doing a large and extensive busines.
Meaars. A.Page, , A.Kilburn, and e.eastKilburn, , form the firm of
Page, Kilburn & Co.company , manufacturers of cigar and candy boxes,
tobacco and tea caddies. Their factory is on the corner of Second and
Madison streets, and he office and salesrooms at Nos. 112 and 114 North
This firm are successors to Alexander B. Morean & Co.company , and carry
on the business of forwarding and commission merchants , Nos. 121 and