city of St. Louis.
agreement exists to the contrary.
|On Sales of Merchandise or Produce,||5|
|On Sales of Lead,||2 1/2|
|Guarantee of Sales, on Time,||2 1/2|
|For Purchasing and Shipping Merchandise or Produce, with
Funds in hand, on the aggregate cost and charges,
|For Accepting Drafts, or Endorsing Notes, or Bills of Ex-
change, without funds, produce, or bills of lading in hand,
|For Cash Advances, in all cases, even with Produce or Bills
of Lading, (and interest from date,)
|For Shipping to another market Produce, or Merchanise,
upon which Advances have been made,
|For Negotiating Drafts or Notes, as Drawer or Endorser,||2 1/2|
|On Sale or Purchase of Stocks,||1|
|On Sale or Purchase of Boats, without guarantee||2 1/2|
|For Procuring Freight, on the amount of freight,||5|
|" Charterin Boats,||2 1/2|
|" Collecting Frieghts or Accounts,||2 1/2|
|" Collecting delayed and litigated Accounts,||5|
|" Collecting Dividends on Stocks,||1/2|
|" Adjusting Insurance Losses,||2 1/2|
|For Receiving and Remitting Moneys, from which no other
remuneration is derived,
|For Effecting Insurance, when the premium amounts to forty
dollars or less,
|For Effecting Insurance, when the Premium exceeds forty
dollars on the amount of premium,
|On Outfits and Disbursements,||2 1/2|
kerage, 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 owners of the goods.
Interest to be charged at the rate of Ten per cent. per annnm
on all debts, after maturity, until paid.
charges actually incurred
|Sugar, per hhd||$0 50|
|Tobacco, per hhd||50|
|Pork, Beef, and Whiskey, in bbls., per bbl||10|
|Flour, Beans, Wheat, Beeswax, etc., in bbls., per bbl.||6 1/4|
|Corn, Wheat, Salt, etc., per sack,||4|
|Lead, per pig,||2|
|Merchandise, assorted, per 100 lbs.||10|
|Lard, per keg,||4|
|Gunpowder, per keg,||25|
|Carriages, each,||5 00|
And other articles in proportion.
|Rates Of Storage||Per Month.|
|On each hogshead of Tobacco,||$0 50|
|" " of Sugar,||50|
|" " of Molasses,||75|
|" " of Bacon,||37 1/2|
|" pipe or hhd. Liquor,||50|
|" hogshead of Oil,||50|
|" tierce Oil,||37 1/2|
|" " Rice or Flaxseed,||25|
|" bbl. Salt,||8|
|" bbl. Oil, Molasses, or Foreign Liquors,||12 1/2|
|" bbl Whiskey, Cider, Sugar, Fish, Lard, Pork or Beef||10|
|" bbl. Flour, Apples, Bread and Beans,||6 1/4|
|" bbl. Bacon, in boxes,||8|
|" keg of Lard,||3|
|" box Soap or Candles,||3|
|" box Wine,||6 1/4|
|" Raisins or drum Figs,||3|
|" box Window Glass,||5|
|" half box do.,||3|
|" 100 pounds Hempen Yarn,||5|
|" 100 " Hemp, in bales,||6 1/4|
|" 100 " Bale Rope,||5|
|" piece of Bagging, 50 yds.yards b or less, (longer in pro-
|" 100 pounds Cordage, (tarred or white,)||5|
|" 100 " Salted Hides,||6 1/4|
|" 100 " Dried do.,||10|
|" crate and cask Queensware, (small size,)||25|
|" do. do. do. (large size,)||37 1/2|
|" bag Coffee, Pepper and Pimento,||10|
|" 100 pounds Iron, Steel, Lead and Shot,||5|
|" 100 " manufactured Tobacco,||6 1/4|
|" 100 " Dry Goods, or other Merchandise, in
|On each bag Salt, (large size,)||10|
|On do. do. (small size,)||6 1/4|
|" keg White Lead,||2|
|" " Nails,||5|
|" ton Dye-wood,||1 00|
|" hamper Botttles,||18 3/4|
|" ream writing and wrapping Paper,||1|
|" cask Cheese,||8|
|" 100 pounds Tea,||10|
Other articles in proportion.
For the second and succeeding months, one-half of the above
Rates to be charged. The rule, under the head ‘‘Commission,’’
respecting fire, robbery, theft, &c. to apply, also, in the case of
|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|
of Domestic Liquors .
Adam L.Mills, , President of the Board .
EdwardBrooks, , Chariman of the Board .
Thomas H.West, .
|Justice of the Peace||Deputy Constables|
|Isaac B.Thomas, ,||Louis DuBreuil,|
|Chalres G.Chesley, ,||Charles R.Du Breuil, ,|
|Charles H.Gregory, ,||John D.Mount, ,|
|Charles D.Pridy, ,||Henry D.Evans, ,|
St. Louis .
John H.Baldwin, .
Branches at Fayette, Howard County, and Palmyra, Marion Co.Company
Corner of Ninth and Greene streets
Church —corner of Fifth and Pine streets.
This church, whose name does not indicate her principles, had her
origin in a secession from the General Assembly of hte Church of Scot-
land, A. D.1733.
She is Presbyterial in her government and discipline, and Calvanistic
in her doctrines.
Among the principal promoters of this secession were the Rev.Reverend Ebe-, and RalphErskine, , and JamesFisher, , (author of a large Cate-
chism, explanatory of the Westminster divines’ ‘‘Shorter Catechism.’’
This large catechism is highly prized throughout the Presbyterian
churches of the United States, and is commonly known by the name of
Fisher and Erskines’ Catechism)
Another promoter of this secession was the Rev.Reverend ThomasBoston, , ce-
lebrated in the Presbyterian churches of these United States as the author of various standard theological works, of which the most generally
known is that one entitled, ‘‘Man’s four-fold state.’’ Many of these se-
ceders having in the progress of time emigrated to America, considered
that many of the same reasons for separation from the General Assem-
bly of Presbyterians existed also in America, and therefore continued a
distinct denomination, and assumed the name of Associate Reformed
and Washington avenue.
and Fourth streets.
Labadie and Soulard streets
[Meet every Friday evening.]
rity—on Spruce street, between Third and Fourth.
tween Morgan and Franklin avenue
corner of Walnut and Third Streets
For the purpose of aiding in the maintenance and education of
destitute Orphan Boys, under the care of the Sisters of Charity
Roberts,Samuel T.Hyde,Ira Y.Munn, .
L.Anderson, , P. F.Cowan, , RobertBollet, , J. S.Fa, , Amasa
C.Light, , WyllisKing, , Dr.Thos.Jones,
(St. Louis, Mo.Missouri b)
P.Hunt, , RobertWash, , J. ParkerDoane, , DanielHough, , Chs.
Jabine, , Rev.Reverend Peter R.Minard, , Henry T.Coxe, , James L.En-, , N. P.Taylor,
gical Anatomy in the Cincinnati College,) Professor of Anato-
my and Surgery
Practice of Medicine
ny in Lagrange College, Ala.) Professor of Mat. Medica and
stitutes of Medicine and Obstetrics
Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy
secting ticket, which will be taken at the discretion of the pupil, $10
Graduation fee, $20; Matriculation fee, $5.
Students before applying for the degree of M. D. are required to at-
tend two full courses in this institution, or one in some respectable school,
and the last in this, and to be of good moral character.
If a practitioner of Medicine apply, he shall give evidence of his hav-
ing been in a reputable practice for three years, and have attended one
course in this institution.
The regular lectures will commence on the first Monday of Novem-
ber next, and terminate on the 1st of March. The room for practical
Anatomy will be open during the month of October, and lectures free of
expense will be delivered to the pupils in attendance.
Board can be obtained in the city of St. Louis as cheap as in any city
in the West where there is a medical school. A cheaper ;market cannot
be found in any city on the continent; and there is no good reason why
boarding should not be cheaper here than elsewhere. Good boarding
can be obtained for from $3 to $5 per week.
ington avenue, Block 173.
A.Bullard, , Rev.Reverend William M.Daily, , Rev.Reverend Wm.William S.Potts, , Hon.
Wm.William bCarrLane, ;Gen.General Ranney, , of Cape Girardeau ; Hon. D.
Dunklin, , Washington Co.Company ; Samuel L.Hart, Esq., Jefferson
Co.Company ; Hon. DavidTodd, , Boone Co.Company ; Major W.Blakely, , M-
Dinnies, , Rev.Reverend J.Tabor, , Geo. K.Budd, , WaymanCrow, , Jo-Spalding,
[Basement Unitarian Church.]
Dayton, , A.Van Alstine,
AlbertKoch, , Proprietor
[Instituted Jan. 1st, 1837. Incorporated Feb. 9th, 1837.]
|Priestly H.M’Bride, ,||G. M.|
|A. B.Chambers, ,||Dep. G. M.|
|Alex. T.Douglas, ,||S. G. W.|
|Wm.William C.Vane, ,||J. G. W.|
|G. H. C.Melody, ,||G. Treas.|
|R. B.Dallam, ,||G. Sec.|
|Rev.Reverend H.Chamberlain, ,||G. Ch.|
|EsromOwens, ,||G. Tyler.|
|EdwardKlein, ,||W. M.|
|JoabBarnard, ,||S. W.|
|Wm.William S.Stewart, ,||J. W.|
|G. H. C.Melody, ,||Treas.Treasurer|
|R. B.Dallam, ,||Sec.|
|JosephFoster, ,||W. M.|
|ClarkHooper, ,||S. W.|
|James B.Biscoe, ,||J. W.|
|JosephFoster, ,||M. E. H. P.|
|Elihu H.Shepard, ,||King.|
|R. B.Dallam, ,||Sec.|
|G. H. C.Melody, ,||Treas.Treasurer|
|J.Simonds, ,||P. Sojourner.|
|GilbertNourse, ,||Capt. Host.|
|Wm.William S.Stewart, ,||R. A. C.|
|JohnFallon, ,||Masters Vails.|
|J. B.Biscoe, ,|
|W. S.Stewart,||M. W. G. M.|
|B. M.Backensto, ,||D. G. M.|
|G. D.Darlington, ,||G. Treas.|
|H. M.Brown, ,||G. Warden.|
|T. B.Hudson, ,||Rev. G. Chap.|
|T. M.Darlington, ,||G. Conduc’r.|
|JohnHunter, ,||G. Guardian.|
|David W.Dell, ,||N. G.|
|John D.Field, ,||V.G.|
|Wm.William S.Stewart, ,||Treas.Treasurer|
|Gerard B.Allen, ,||Sec.|
|Fred.Kretschmar, ,||N. G.|
|S. J.Levi, ,||V. G.|
|Geo. A.Hyde, ,||Sec.|
|H. M.Brown, ,||Treas.Treasurer|
|HartzmanMiller, ,||N. G.|
|A.Merkel, ,||V. G.|
|WilliamChilds, ,||N. G.|
|WilliamCunningham, ,||V. G.|
|Jas. G.Martin, ,||Sec.|
|W. C.Corley, ,||C. P.|
|E. H.Shepard, ,||H. P.|
|L. T.LaBeaume, ,||S. W.|
|J. D.Field, ,||J. W.|
|Wm.William S.Stewart, ,||Scribe.|
|B. M.Backensto, ,||Treas.Treasurer|
No. 15, south side of Chesnut street, corner of Second.
and form 4 to 5 P. M. On all other days, from sunrise ’till sunset.
at any time when the office is shut, envelope the moeny with
the letter and drop it in the Box, which will insure attention.
25 cents, if over 400 miles.
quadruple letters, quadruple these rates.
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 half cents each.
ble, treble, or quadruple, unless they are opened in the presence of the postmaster, his assistant, or some one belonging to the of-
between Chesnut and Pine.
south Second street.
Street, corner of Oak.
ket and Third streets.
corner of Pine street.
First and Second.
between Myrtle and Spruce streets.
tween Front and First.
and Prune Streets.
[Fourteen hundred feet Hose.]
[Seven hundred and fifty feet Hose.]
J. T.Green, , J.Briggs, , C. D.Walton, , G.Deacon, , A.Brewster, ,
D.Woodman, jr.junior , R.Boyd, , D.Simpson.,
[Number of feet of Hose, 800.]
[Number of feet of Hose, 1700.]
of St. Louis.
mitte consisting of