Edwards' annual directory to the inhabitants, institutions, incorporated companies, business, business firms, manufacturing establishments, etc., in the city of Saint Louis
St. Louis Grain Elevator Company.

The effect of improvements upon the business of the city, may be
illustrated by the following table, showing the operations of our city ele-
vator from October 24, 1865, to January 1, 1867. The elevator cost
$451,000, and has a capacity of one million two hundred and fifty thou-
sand bushels. It is able to handle one hundred thousand bushels a day.
It began to receive grain in October, 1865, and before the 1st of January
its receipts amounted to six hundred thousand bushels, two hundred