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1. Bernheimer Brothers Bernheimer Brothers May 1886 Dry goods company at 912 Main Street founded in September of 1885.

2. Blatz Brewery Blatz Brewery May 1886 Branch of Milwaukee brewery since 1880.

3. Boston Shoe Store Boston Shoe Store May 1886 Description of the shoe store located at 4th and Main streets.

4. City Art Rooms City Art Rooms May 1886 Description of the City Art Rooms art supply business at 815 Main Street.

5. Corle Cracker Company Corle Cracker Company May 1886 Entry describing the Corle Cracker & Confectionery Company factory at 2nd and Main Streets.

6. D. M. Osborne and Company D. M. Osborne and Company May 1886 Harvesting machinery; transfer house, St. Louis Avenue and State Line, with an illustration of a sample harvesting machine.

7. Domestic Sewing Machine Company Domestic Sewing Machine Company May 1886 Sewing machine company at 12th and Main Streets.

8. E. D. Hornbrook Plumbing and Heating E. D. Hornbrook Plumbing and Heating May 1886 Steam heating and sanitary plumbing; office and salesroom, 14, 16, 18 and 20 East Ninth Street.

9. E. E. Menges & Co. E. E. Menges & Co. May 1886 Guns, sporting goods, etc., no. 123 West Fifth Street.

10. E. L. Martin and Company E. L. Martin and Company May 1886 Importers and wholesale liquor dealers, nos. 302 and 304 West Sixth Street, with illustration of the building.

11. Early Business in the West Bottoms Early Business in the West Bottoms May 1886 Dealers in wrought iron pipe, rubber and leather beltings, pumps, steam fittings and engine trimmings at 1328-1330 West 11th Street, in the West Bottoms.

12. Early Newspaper Business Early Newspaper Business May 1886 Description of the newspaper business and its new building constructed in 1885 at "the Junction formed by Main, Delaware and Ninth street, in the very heart of the city," one of the "nearly 3,000 buildings"...

13. G. R. Roxbury & Co. G. R. Roxbury & Co. May 1886 Short description of the store dealing in "boots and shoes, 1010 Main Street," established in 1878.

14. Gruber, The Haberdasher Gruber, The Haberdasher May 1886 The largest assortment of neckwear in the West. Shirts and underwear made to order, 538 Main Street.

15. Heim Brewery Heim Brewery May 1886 Brewery "well-known" in the Midwest for its lager beer, located at 1402 Main Street.

16. Irwin and Eaton Crockery Company Irwin and Eaton Crockery Company May 1886 Importers of queensware, china and glassware, also a full line of pocket and table cutlery, chandeliers and plated ware, No. 612 Delaware Street, with illustration.

17. J. W. Parrish and Company J. W. Parrish and Company May 1886 J. W. Parrish & Co., 28 Delaware Block.

18. John Spengler John Spengler May 1886 Illustration and text about the business "[d]ealer in and bottler of Cincinnati and St. Louis beer, Front Street, near Grand Avenue."

19. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May 1886 Illustration and description of the business of the "U.S. Wind Engine and Pump Co., manufacturers of and wholesale dealers in Halladay standard wind mills, pumps, pipe, brass goods fittings, rubber and...

20. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May 1886 Entry describing the "R. G. Wallace & Co., manufacturers' agents and commission jobbers in boots, shoes and rubbers, no. 304 West Fifth Street."