The Missouri Glass Company's Works are situated in the First Ward of the city of St. Louis, west of the Arsenal. The Company was incorporated by an act of the Legislature and went into operation under their charter on the 29th day of May, and elected Edward Bredell, President, and Edward Daly, Secretary; and now, having erected their additional buildings and completed their furnaces, cutting and mould rooms, are prepared to furnish the trade of St. Louis with a superior quality of Flint and Green Glassware equal to any manufactured in the United States, and will furnish it on such terms as if will be advantageous to the trade to purchases of them. Having the facilities for manufacturing their own moulds, will continue to introduce all new styles and patterns that may be desirable. They will keep on hand a stock of all the staple articles sold by Druggists, Grocers, Glass and Lamp Stores.
Persons wishing ware made from private moulds are particularly requested to give orders at least 30 days before they wish the goods, to insure prompt delivery.
A large assortment of Black Bottles, viz.: Hocks, Brandies, Schnaps, Claret, Champagne and Bitters. They will be continually adding to their stock. Samples of ware can be seen, and orders left at their office, No. 33 North Fifth street, between Pine and Olive streets, and at their works, corner Lemp and Utah streets, South St. Louis, west of the U.S. Arsenal.-Daily Missouri Republican, December 26, 1859
The significant thing, as far as baseball is concerned, that we find in this classified advertisement for the Missouri Glass Company is the relationship between the company and druggists, something I forgot to point out yesterday. This is significant because Cyclone Club members Maurice Alexander, Leonard Matthews and William Matthews all worked in the apothecary business. One can image that they met Merritt Griswold and Ed Bredell by buying bottles from the Missouri Glass Company.