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Chamber Of Commerce,
Of The
City Of Saint Louis.

EdwardTracy, , President .

Henry VonPhul, , Vice-President .

JohnFord, , Secretary and Treasurer .

Tariff Of Charges, &c.,
Established and recommended for general adoption, when
no agreement exists to the contrary.

Commissions.
Per Cent.
On Sales of Merchandise or Produce, 5
On Sales of Lead, 21/2
Guarantee of Sales, on Time, 21/2
For Purchasing and Shipping Merchandise or Pro-
duce, with Funds in hand, on the aggregate cost
and charges,
21/2
For Accepting Drafts, or Endorsing Notes, or Bills
of Exchange, without Funds, Produce, or Bills of
Lading in hand,
21/2
For Cash Advances, in all cases, even with Produce
or Bills of Lading, (and interest from date),
21/2
For Shipping to another Market, Produce, or Mer-
chandise, upon which Advances have been made,
21/2
For Negotiating Drafts or Notes, as Drawer or En-
dorser,
21/2
On Sale or Purchase of Stocks, 1
On Sale or Purchase of Boats, without guarantee, 21/2
For Procuring Freights, on the amount of freight, 5
" Chartering Boats, 21/2
" Collecting Freights or Accounts, 21/2
" Collecting delayed and litigated Accounts, 5
" Collecting Dividends on Stocks, 1/2
" Adjusting Insurance losses, 21/2

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Per Cent.
For Receiving and Remitting Moneys from which
no other remuneration is derived,
1
" Effecting Insurance, when the premium amounts
to forty dollars, or less,
$2 00
" Effecting Insurance, when the premium exceeds
forty dollars on the amount of premium,
5
On Outfits and Disbursements, 21/2

☞ The above Commissions to be exclusive of Storage,
Brokerage, and every other charge actually incurred.

The risk of loss by fire, unless insurance be ordered, and
of robbery, theft, and other unavoidable occurrences, if the
usual care be taken to secure the property, is, in all cases,
to be borne by the proprietors of the goods.

Interest to be charged at the rate of Ten per cent, per
annum on all debts, after maturity, until paid.

Rates
For Receiving and Forwarding Goods, exclusive of charges
actually incurred.

Sugar, per hhd. $00 50
Tobacco, per hhd. 50
Pork, Beef, and Whiskey, in bbls., per bbl. 10
Flour, Beans, Wheat, Beeswax, &c. " " 61/4
Corn, Wheat, Salt, &c., per sack. 4
Lead, per pig, 2
Merchandise, assorted, per 100 lbs.pounds 10
Lard, per keg, 4
Gunpowder, per keg, 25
Carriages, each, 5 00
Gigs, " 3 00

And other articles in proportion.

Rates Of Storage.

Per Month.
On each hogshead of Tobacco, 00 50
" " " Sugar, 50
" " " Molasses, 75
" " " Bacon, 371/2
" " " pipe or hhd. Liquor, 50

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Per Month.
On each hogshead of Oil, 50
" " tierce Oil, 371/2
" " " Rice or Flaxseed, 25
" " bbl. Salt, 8
" " bbl. Oil, Molasses, or Foreign Liquors, 121/2
" " " Whiskey, Cider, Sugar, Fish, Lard,
Pork or Beef,
10
" " Flour, Apples, Bread and Beans, 61/4
" " 100 lbs.pounds Bacon, in boxes, 8
" " keg of Lard, 3
" " box Soap or Candles, 3
" " box Wine, 61/4
" " box Raisins or drum Figs, 3
" " box Window Glass, 5
" " half box do 3
" " 100 pounds Hempen Yarn, 5
" " 100 " Hemp, in bales, 61/4
" " 100 " Bale Rope, 5
" " piece of Bagging, 50 yds.yards or less, (longer
in proportion,)
5
" " 100 pounds Cordage, (tarred or white,) 5
" " 100 " Salted Hides 61/4
" " 100 " Dried do, 10
" " crate and cask Queensware (small size,) 25
" " do do do (large size,) 371/2
" " bag Coffee, Pepper and Pimento, 10
On each 100 pounds Iron, Steel, Lead and Shot, 5
" " 100 " manufactured Tobacco, 61/4
" " 100 " Dry Goods, or other Mer-
chandise, in assorted lots,
10
" " baa Salt, (larce size.) 10
" " do do (small size,) 61/4
" " kee White Lead, 2
" " Nails. 5
" " ton Dye-wood, 1 00
" " hamper Bottles, 181/4
" " ream writing and wrapping Paper, 1
" " cask Cheese, 8
" " 100 pounds Tea, 10

Other articles in proportion.

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For the second and succeeding months, one-half of the
above Rates to be charged. The rule, under the head
"Commissions," respecting fire, robbery, theft, &c. to ap-
ply, also, in the case of Storage.

Agency For Steam Boats.

Per Trip.
Under 150 tons, 10
Over 150 " and less than 300 tons, 20
Over 300 " and less than 400 tons, 25
Over 400 " and upwards, 30

Census Of St. Louis County.

St. Louis city, and suburbs, (taken 1837,) 14,253
Bonhomme township, (taken October, 1836,) 2,271
St. Ferdinand township, do. 3,139
Merrimae township, do. 692
Carondelet township, do. 1,854
St. Louis township, do. 1,127
Total population, 23,336

Municipal Government.
City Officers.
William CarrLane, , Mayor .
Joseph A.Wherry, , Register .
Richard B.Dallam, , Auditor and Clerk of the Market .
Herman L.Hoffman, , Treasurer .
Alonzo W.Manning, , City Attorney .
AugustinKennerly, , " Collector .
JohnAtkinson, " Constable .
S. P.Ketchum, , City Assessor .
RenePaul, , City Surveyor .
James J.Reily, , Street Commissioner .
Charles J.Carpenter, m.d.Health Officer .
JohnSimonds, Sen'r ., Harbor and Lumber Master .
James J.Wilkinson, , Inspector of Beef, Pork and
Flour, and Ganger of Domestic Liquors.
JohnCowie, , (south scales,) Weighers of Hay and Stone Coal.
Wm.WilliamBlackmore, , (north scales,) Weighers of Hay and Stone Coal.
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PeterBrooks, , Superintendant of Water Workt.
Wm.WilliamYeoman, , Deputy Sup. of Water Works.
E.Grant, , Deputy Constable and Clerk of the Market.
JohnMcCausland, , Deputy Collector .
Boarb Of Aldermen.
First Ward—B. W.Ayres, ,
Jos. S.Pease, ,
Jos. W.Walsh, .
Second " DavidCoons, , President of the Bocrd.
Louis V.Bogy, ,
StewartMatthews, .
Third " HughO'Neil, ,
PeterTiernan, ,
M. LewisClark, .
Fourth " Giles A.Lindley, ,
HughO'Brien, ,
John M.Wimer, .
Roard Of Health.
HughO'Brien, , President ,
DavidCoons, ,
B. W.Ayres, ,
PeterTiernan, ,
C. J.Carpenter, M.D.
St. Louis Public Schools.
M. P.Leduc, . President , Board of President and Directors.
JohnMcEvoy, , Board of President and Directors.
JohnFinney, , Board of President and Directors.
H. L.Hoffman, . S Board of President and Directors.
D. D.Page, , Board of President and Directors.
J. P.Reily, , Board of President and Directors.
JosephTabor, , Board of President and Directors.
John H.McMillan, , Sectetary .
JohnMcCausland, , Bailiff .
County Officers.
Luke E.Lawless, , Judge of St Louis Circuit Court.
JohnRuland, , Clerk and er-officio Recorder .
MarshallBrotherton, , Sheriff .
EsromOwens, , Coroner .
LewisPatterson, , County Assessor .
DanielHough, , Treasurer .
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M. P.Leduc, , Justices of St. Louis County Court.
HenryWalton, , Justices of St. Louis County Court.
JosephLeblond, , Justices of St. Louis County Court.
HenryChouteau, , Clerk .
Township Officers.
PatrickWalsh, , Justices of the Peace.
James J.Purdy, , Justices of the Peace.
Elihu H.Shepard, , Justices of the Peace.
Joseph W.Walsh, , Justices of the Peace.
Benj. F.McKenney, , Justices of the Peace.
JamesGordon, , Constables .
LouisDubreuil, , Constables .
State Officers.
Lilburn W.Boggs, , Governor .
FranklinCannon, , Lieutenant Governor .
Peter G.Glover, , Secretary of State.
A.McClellan, , Treasurer ,
H. H.Baber, , Auditor .
William B.Napton, , Attorney General .
NathanRanney, , Surveyor and Collector of the Port
of St. Louis.
Insurance Companies.
Missouri Insurance Company.
Wm.WilliamGlasgow, , President .
JohnFord, , Secretary .
Citizens Insurance Company.
H. L.Hoffman, , President .
Wm.WilliamRenshaw, , Secretary .
Marine Insurance Company.
AlfredTracy, , President .
DanielHough, , Secretary .
St. Louis Floating Dock And Insurance
Company.
John D.Daggett, , President .
John F.Hunt, , Secretary .
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Farmers' And Mechanics' Insurance Co.company
Wm.William C.Ahdkrsok, , President
Andrew J.Davis, , Secretary .
Union Insurance Company.
Jrsse G.Lindell, , President .
JuliusDeMun, , Secretary .
St. Louis Perpetual,Insurance Company.
John B.Camden, , President .
Geo. A.Underhill, , Secretary .
Saint Louis Insurance Company.
Geo. K.McGunnecle, , President .
R.Collet, , Secretary .
Agency.
Boonslick Marine And Fire Insurance Co.company
(of Rocheport, Mo.Missouri )
DavidTatlm, , Agent .
Office, at Counting Room of DavidTatum, , No. 15, nnorth
Front street.
St. Louis Gas Light Company .
Hon.Honorable Rob't.Wash, , President .
S. W.Wilson, , Secretary .
Religious and Benebolent Societies.
St. Louis Cathedral ,—[On Walnut, bbetween Second and
Third streets.]
Rt.Revd.JosephRosati, , Bishop .
Very Revd.Francis B.Jamison, , Vicar General .
Joseph F.Marallano, , Organist .
First Presbyterian Church ,—[Corner of St.
Charles and Fourth streets.]
Revd.A.Bullard, , Pastor .
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Second Presbyterian Churchy —[corner of Fifth
and Pine streets.]
Revd.A. D.Norton, , Pastor .
Methodist Episcopal Church , [corner of Fourth
street and Washington avenue.]
Revd.S.Comfort, , Pastors .
" W. M.Dailey, , Pastors .
Episcopal Church ,—[Corner of Fifth and Chestnut
streets.]
Revd.Peter J.Minard, , Pastor .
Unitarian Church ,—Corner of Pine and Fourth
streets.]
Revd.W. G.Eliot, Jr.junior , Pastor .
Baptist Church ,—[Corner of Chestnut and Third
streets.]
Revd.B. F.Braybrook, . Pastor .
African Church ,—[Corner of Almond and Fifth
streets.]
John B.Meachum, , Pastor .
Convent Of The Sacred Heart .—[Fifth, bbetween La-
baddie and Soulard streets.
CatharineThiefry, , Superior .
Orphan Asylum —under the care of the Sisters of
Charity,—[Corner of Walnut and Third streets.]
Sister AngelaHughes, , Superintendent .
Protestant Orphan Asylum.
Mrs.MatthewKerr, , First Directress .
Mrs.JohnTorode, , Second Directress .
Mrs.Ann M.Perry, , Treasurer .
Mrs.JohnSmith, , Secretary .
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St. Louis Male Orphan Association,

For the purpose of aiding in the maintenance and educa-
tion of destitute orphan boys, under the care
of the Sisters of Charity.

Officers.
MichaelTesson, , President .
StewartMatthews, , Vice-President .
ChristopherGarvey, , Secretary .
JohnMcEvoy, , Treasurer .
St. Louis University.
[Between Ninth and Tenth streets, and Washington av-
enue and Green street, block 173.]
P. J.Verhaegen, , President .
Medical Society Of Missouri, At St. Louis.
[Organized January 7th, 1836.]
HardageLane, M.D., President .
G.Engelmann, M.D., Vice-President .
B. B.Brown, M.D., Corresponding Secretary .
Edmund H.McCabe, M.D., Treasurer .
St. Louis Hospital —under the care of the Sisters
of Charity.
[Situate on Spruce, between Third and Fourth streets.]
Sister FrancisXavier, , Superior .
Auxil'Y Colonization Society Of St. Louis.
BeverlyAllen, , Esq., President .
Total Abstinence Society Of St. Louis.
G. K.Budd, , President .
Thomas G.Settle, , Vice-Presidents .
B. F.Braybrook, , Vice-Presidents .
ReubenKnox, , Vice-Presidents .
H. D.Bacon, , Corresponding Secretary .
Thomas L.Fontaine, , Recording Secretary .
Directors.
JosephPowell, ,
FranklinKnox, ,
Jonathan A.Ross, ,
HarveyHolman, ,
William L.Chappell, ,
WilliamHolcombe, .

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St. Louis Lyceum.
James B.Bowlin, , President .
James H.Bayfield, , Vice-President .
Charles F.Hendry, , Secretary .
CharlesGleim, Jr.junior , Treasurer .
St. Louis Library Association.
Rev.Reverend William G.Eliot, Jr.junior , Chairman .
GeorgeEngelmann, , Secretary .
M. P.Leduc, , Treasurer .
T.Engelmann, , Librarian .
H.King, , Directors .
W.Williams, , Directors .
B. B.Brown, , Directors .
Western Academy Of Natural Sciences.
H.King, , President .
B. B.Brown, , Vice-president .
GeorgeEngelmann, , Secretary .
C. J.Carpenter, , Cor. Secretary .
M. P.Leduc, , Treasurer .
Missouri Musical Fund Society.
[Hall, corner of Vine and First streets, up stairs.]
RenéPaul, , President .
Henry F.Flagg, , Secretary .
Union Club.
C.Ulrici, , President .
T.Kretzer, , Directors .
T.Schneidler, , Directors .
E.Angelrodt, , Directors .
E.Haren, , Directors .
Hibernian Society.
HughO'Neil, , President .
JohnEnnis, , Vice-president .
James J.Reily, , Secretary .
Ringrose D.Watson, , Treasurer .
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German Benevolent Society.
W.Weber, , President .
E.Haren, , Secretary .
G.Schonthaler, , Treasurer .
German School Corporation.
G.Engelmann, M.D.President .
H.Gemp, M.D.Secretary .
A.Duhring, , Treasurer .
E.Angelrodt, , Directors .
B.Kraft, , Directors .
G.Schonthaler, , Directors .
L.Degenhard, , Directors .
B.Mendrup, , Teachers .
A.Menne, , Teachers .
St. Louis Museum.
A.Koch, , Proprietor .
Corner of Market and Second streets.
Masonic.
Grand Lodge of Missouri.
Officers.
S. W.southwest B.Camegy, , G.M.
J. D.Daggett, , Dep.G.M.
A. B.Chambers, , S.G.W.
Alex. T.Douglass, , J.G.W.
G. H.C.Melody, , G.Treas.treasurer
R. B.Dallam, , G.Sec.secretary
Rev.Reverend H.Chamberlain, , G.Ch.
EsromOwens, , G.Tyler.
St. Louis Lodge, No. 20.
Officers.
EdwardKlein, , W.M.
S. V.Farnsworth, , S. W.southwest
E.Bosworth, , J.W.
G. C.Melody, , Treas.treasurer
R. B.Dallam, , Sec.secretary
EsromOwens, , Tyler.
Napthali Lodge of St. Louis.
Officers.
GilbertNourse, , W.M.
JesseLittle, , S. W.southwest
J. S.Hull, , J.W.
James G.Barry, , Treas.treasurer
JosephFoster, , Sec.secretary
EsromOwens, , Tyler
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Independent Order Of Odd Fellows Of
St. Louis.
Grand Lodge of the State of Missouri.
Officers.
JohnDawson, , G.M.
Wm.WilliamBlackburn, , D.G.
Robt.Cathcart, , G.Sec.secretary
Wm.WilliamBlackburn, , G.Treas.treasurer
N.Snyder, , G. Guardian .
Travellers' Rest Lodge, No. 1.
[Hall corner of Olive and First streets, up stairs.]
Officers.
H. M.Brown, , N.G.
Wm.WilliamCooper, , V.G.
Wm.WilliamStewart, , Treas.treasurer
GeorgePatch, , Sec.secretary
Wildey Encampment of Patriarchs, No. 1.
[Hall corner of Olive and First streets, up stairs.]
Officers.
RobertCathcart, , C.P.
WilliamStewart, , H.P.
Henry M.Brown, , S. W.southwest
GeorgeOrr, , J.W.
JohnDawson, , Sec.secretary
B. M.Backensto, , Treas.treasurer
JonathanCompton, , Guard.
Wildey Lodge, No. 2.
[Hall corner of Olive and First streets, up stairs.]
Officers.
Thomas B.Hudson, , N.G.
J. S.Sullivan, , V.G.
Wm.WilliamBlackburn, , Treas.treasurer
E. H.Shepard, , Sec.secretary
South Market,
[Between Front and First, and Market and Walnut
streets.]
Richard B.Dallam, , Clerk .
North Market,
[Junction of Third street and Broadway.]

Note.—This market is the property of a joint stock
company.

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Post Office.

No. 15, south side of Chestnut street, corner of Second.

Wilson P.Hunt, , Postmaster .

☞ Office open on Sundays, for delivery, one hour and
a half—say from half-past 12 'till 2, p.m. On all other
days, from sunrise 'till sunset.

Persons wishing to pay postage on letters to be sent,
can, at any time when the office is shut, envelope the mon-
ey with the letter and drop it in the box, which will in
sure attention.

Arribals and Departures of Mails at St. Louis.
Vincennes, Ind.Indiana
Arrives daily, at 10 o'clock, A.M.
Closes daily, at 12 o'clock, M.
Springfield, Via Edawrdsville, Ill.Illinois
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 12, M.
Closes Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 9, A.M.
Jacksonville, Ill.Illinois
Arrives Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 6, P.M.
Closes Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 8, P.M.
Vandalia, Ill.Illinois
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 3, P.M.
Closes Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 8, P.M.
Shawneetown, Ill.Illinois
Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 10, A.M.
Closes Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 12, M.
Kaskaskia, Ill.Illinois
Arrives Tuesdays and Saturdays, at 4, P.M.
Closes Sundays and Thursdays, at 8, P.M.
Potosi, New Madrid, Arkansas, &c.
Arrives Sundays and Fridays, at 12, M.
Closes Tuesdays and Saturdays, at 11, A.M.
St. Charles, Mo.Missouri
Arrives daily, at 11, A.M.
Closes daily, at 10, A.M.
Fulton, &c.Mo.Missouri
Arrives Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 11, A.M.
Closes Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 10, A.M.

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Pinckney, &c.Mo.Missouri
Arrives Fridays, at 11, A.M.
Closes Sundays, at 10, A.M.
Palmyra, And Iowa Territory.
Arrives Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 11, A.M.
Closes Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 10, A.M.
Jefferson City, (south side of Mo.Missouri R.)
Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 11, A.M.
Closes Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 10, A.M.
Old Mines, by Rich Woods.
Arrives Tuesdays, at 1 P.M.
Closes Saturdays, at 10, A.M.
Owens' Station, Waltonham, And Flint.
Arrives Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 11, A.M.
Closes Tuesdays and Fridays, at 10, A.M.
Rates Of Postage On Letters.

6 cents for any distance not exceeding 30 miles

10 cents, if over 30 and not exceeding 80 miles

12½ cents, if over 80 and not exceeding 150 miles

18¾ cents, if over 150 and not exceeding 400 miles

25 cents, if over 400 miles.

Double letters are charged double; treble letters, treble;
and quadruple letters, quadruple these rates.

Postage on heavier packages, in proportion.

Newspapers.

Not carried over 100 miles, or for any distance within
the State where they are printed, are charged one cent
each. If carried over 100 miles, and out of the State
where they are printed, one and a halt cents each.

Periodicals, Pamphlets, And Magazines.

Carried not over 100 miles, one cent a sheet

Carried over 100 miles, two cents a sheet.

Those not periodicals, for 100 miles or less, four cents a
sheet. Those not periodicals, over 100 miles, six cents per
sheet.

No deduction will be made on postage of letters charged
double, treble, or quadruple, unless they are opened in the
presence of the post master, his assistant, or some one be-
longing to the office.

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Hotels.
St. Lotus Hotel , (now building,) Fourth, between Chest-
nut and Pine.
City Hotel , by M.Latshaw, , corner of Vine and Third
streets.
Green Tree Tavern , by B. W.Ayres, , No. 68, south
Second street.
Globe Tavern , by ThomasBeatty, , No. 8, south side
Market square.
Missouri Hotel , by Wm.William C.Templeton, , No. 194, nnorth First
street, corner of Oak.
National Hotel , by Stickney & Knight , corner of Mark-
et and Third streets.
Union Hotel , by H. N.Farish, , corner of Prune and First
streets.
Virginia Hotel , by Norris & Co.company Vine, between First
and Second
Mansion House , by A. L.Corson, , Corner of Fourth and
Locust streets.
Foundries.
Mississippi Foundry.

Gaty, Coonce & Beltzhoover , Proprietors .

Situated on north First street, first square above the Mis-
souri Hotel.

St. Louis Foundry.

Kingslands & Lightner , Proprietors .

Situated on Third street, north of the new market.

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