This is one of the most extensive manufacturing companies in the
West. The works are situated at' No. TlT North Second street, where
13 manufactured steam engines, poi table and stationary, saw mills, wood.
working machinery and mill gearing. The principal works of this firm
are at Hamilton, 0., perhaps the most extensive of any in the United
States, the excellence' of "the' machinery' turned out in such endless quan-
tities from these shops beirfg unsurpassed.
This isanather of the home institutions of St. Louis, having an office
at No. 30? Olive street, between Third and Fourth. Policies issued
from one month to six years. The company is officered by sound busi-
ness men of integrity and high standing.
The home office of this company is on the northwest corner of Fourth
and Walnut streets. It has a capital and resources of $250,000, and an
authorized capital of $1,000,000. One of the sound institutions of St.
This firm transact' a business of wholesale grocers and commission
merchants , No. 508 Second street, between Tine street and Washington
Avenue. A good firm doing a good business.
This gentleman is a stencil and a brand cutter, at No. 104 North
Third street; also general engraver and die sinker ,- executing all his
work to the satisfaction of all favoring him with orders.
This firin carry on business at No..2l0 South Third street, for the
manufacture of old English and German mottled soap. They manu-
facture a superior article, which has an extensive sale in this and other
The Western States Agricultural Company; represented by Sem-
Ple, Birge & Co.company , is the general manufacturers' agency for the lead-
ing agricultural goods of the country. The warefooras of the company