WaymanCrow, , President .
Geo. K.M'Gunnegle, , Vice President .
F. L.Ridgely, , Secretary and Treasurer .
|On sales of Merchandise or Produce,||5|
|On Sales of Lead,||2½|
|Guarantee of Sales, on time,||2½|
|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 Exchange,
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 Merchandise, upon
which Advances have been made,
|For negotiating Drafts or notes, as Drawer or Endorser,||2½|
|On Sale or purchase of Stocks,||1|
|On Sale or purchase of Boats, without guarantee,||2½|
|For procuring Freights, on the amount of freight,||5|
|" chartering boats,||2½|
|" collecting freights or accounts,||2½|
|" collecting delayed and litigated accounts,||5|
|" Collecting dividends on stocks,||½|
|" adjusting insurance losses,||2½|
|" receiving and remitting moneys from which no other remu-
neration is derived,
|" effecting insurance, when the premium amounts to forty dol-
lars, or less,
|" effecting insurance, when the premium exceeds forty dollars
on the amount of premium,
|On outfits and disbursements,||2½|
☞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
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|
|Sugar, per hhd.||50|
|Tobacco, per hhd.||50|
|Pork, Beef and Whiskey, in bbls.,
|Flour, Beans, Wheat, Beeswax, &c.
|Corn, Wheat, Salt, &c., per sack,||4|
|Lead, per pig,||2|
|Merchandise, ass'd., per 100 lbs.||10|
|Lard, per keg,||4|
|Gunpowder, per keg,||25|
|Carriages, each,||$5 00|
|All other articles in proportion.|
|Each hogshead Tobacco,||$00 50|
|Each pine or hhd. liquor,||50|
|Each hogshead Oil,||50|
|Each tierce Oil,||37½|
|Each " Rice or Flaxseed,||25|
|Each bbl. Salt,||8|
|Each bbl. Oil, Molasses, of For-
|Each bbl. Whiskey, Cider, Su-
gar, Fish, Lard, Pork or Beef,
|Each bbl. Flour, Apples, Bread
|Each 100 lbs Bacon, in boxes,||8|
|Each keg of Lard,||3|
|Each box Scap or Candles,||3|
|Each box Wine,||6¼|
|Each box Raisins or drum Figs,||3|
|Each bos Window Glass,||5|
|Each hlf box do||3|
|Each 100 lbs. Hempen Yarn,||5|
|" " Hemp, in bales,||6¼|
|" " Bales Rope,||5|
|Each piece of Bagging, 50 yds.
or less, (longer in proportion,)
|Each 100 lbs. Cordage, (tarred
|Each 100 pounds Salted Hides,||6¼|
|" " Dried Do.,||10|
|Each crate and cask Queens-
ware, (small size,)
|Each crate and cask Queens-
ware, (large size,)
|Each bag Coffee, Pepper and
|Each 100 pounds Iron, Steel,
Lead and Shot,
|Each 100 pounds manufactured
|Each 100 pounds, Dry Goods, or
other Merchandize in assorted
|Each bag Salt, (large size,)||10|
|" " " (small size,)||6¼|
|Each keg white lead,||2|
|" " Nails,||5|
|" ton Dye-wood,||$1 00|
|" hamper bottles,||18¾|
|Each ream writing and wrap-
|Each cask Cheese,||8|
|Each 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 "Commissions," respecting fire,
robbery, theft, &c., to apply, also, in the case of Storage.
|Under 150 tons,||$10 00|
|Over 150 tons, and less than 300 tons,||20 00|
|Over 300 tons, and less than 400 tons,||25 00|
|Over 400 tons, and upwards,||30 00|
JohnSmith, , President . HenryShurlds, , Cashier .
Branches at Fayette, Howard County, and Palmyra, Marion County.
JohnSinionds, , President . F. L.Ridgely, , Secretary .
H. L.Hoffman, , President . Wm.WilliamRenshaw, , Secretary .
WilliamGlasgow, , PresidJent . JohnFord, , Secretary .
WaymanCrow, , President . D.Hough, , Secretary .
J. B.Camden, , Pres't. , J. SmithHomans, Cash'r , Wm.William C.Kennett, , Sec'ysecretary .
EdwardTracy, , President . A.Chadwick, , Secretary .
H. S.Coxe, , President . T. O.Duncan, , Secretary .
TheodoreMcGill, , President . John G.Stevenson, , Secretary .
G. K.McGunnegle, , President . RobertCollet, , Secretary .
Geo.Maguire, , Mayor .
ArchibaldCarr, , Recorder .
Jos. A.Wherry, , Register .
Richard B.Dallam, , Auditor .
Robt.Simpson, , Comptroller .
Wm.WilliamRenshaw, , Treasurer .
JamesDaugherty, , City Attorney .
HenryKayser, , Engineer .
PeterBrooks, , Sup.W. Works ,
Jno.Ross, , R'e'v'rW.W. Rev'nue
James I.Reily, , Street Com'iss'r .
JohnAtkinson, , City Marshal .
JohnMcCausland, , Assessor .
Aug.Kennerly, , Collector .
Geo. B.Brua, , Capt.captain City Guards .
SimeonStevens, , 1st Lieutenant .
Jos. C.Morrison, , 2nd Lieut.lieutenant
PeterThomas, , 3rd Lieutenant .
28 Privates City Guards.
Jno.Cowie, , W'h'rFrt-st.street Scales .
Jno.Lee, , Weigher North Scales .
Edw.Har n, , Weigher South Scales .
Dr.J. N.McDowell, , Health officer .
JacobFeickert, , Inspector flour .
J. L.Thorp, , Inspector beef & pork .
John H.Corl, , Inspector liquors .
Alex. F.Parmlce, , Inspector of
Weights and Measures .
J. H.Ferguson, , H'b'r. & L. Master .
B. S.Hollingsworth, , Market Clerk .
S.Daniels, , Sup. Work House .
Wm.William B.Wood, , 1st. Ward.
James C.Lynch, , 1st. Ward.
EdwardBrooks, , 3rd. Ward.
A. L.Mills, , Pres't , 3rd. Ward.
James G.Barry, , 2nd. Ward.
NathanRanney, , 2rd. Ward.
J. B.Crockett, , 4th. Ward.
A. E.Orme, , 4th. Ward.
John M.Wimer, , 5th. Ward.
SamuelGaty, , 5th. Ward.
Daniel H.Donovan, ,
Henry C.Lynch, ,
Ezra O.English, .
Geo. K.M'Gunnegle, ,
Wm.William HJones, .
Louis A.LaBeaume, ,
Vital M.Garesche, ,
Able R.Corbin, ,
Charles R.Anderson, ,
Thos. O.Duncan, , Chairman .
Lamesgordon, , Constables St. Louis Township.
LouisDuBreuil, , Constables St. Louis Township.
Louis T.Labeaume, ,
George A.Hyde, ,
Isaac B.Thomas, , Township.
B.Mullanphy, , Judge . JohnRuland, , Clerk .
Terms—First Mondays in March, July and November.
P. H.Engle, , Judge . Joseph W.Walsh, , Clerk .
Terms—First Mondays in February, May, August and November.
James B.Bowlin, , Judge . Julius D.Johnston, , Clerk .
Terms—First Mondays in January, March, June, September & November.
Joseph LeBlond, ,
John K.Walker, ,
James J.Purdy, .
Julius DeMun, , Clerk .
Terms—First Mondays in March, June, September and December.
PeterFerguson, , Judge .
Terms—First Mondays in March, June, September and December.
MarshallBrotherton, , Sheriff ; George H.Kennedy, , County Marshal ;
JosephPatterson, and ThomasR.Axtell, , Assessors ; JohnSparks, , Collector ;
George C.Melody, , Jailor county jail .
JohnCatron, , Judge Circuit Court ; Robt. W.Wells, , District Judge ;
MontgomeryBlair, , District Attorney ; Wm.William H.Russell, , Marshall ; Joseph
Gamble, , Clerk ; Elliott R.Hopkins, , Surveyor and Inspector of the port of
ThomasReynolds, , Governor . M. M.Marmaduke, , Lt.lieutenant Governor .
AbrahamMcClellan, , Tseasurer . JohnHeard, , Register .
Instituted 1832—Incorporated 1836. Officers for 1842.
EdwardBrooks, , Captain ; GeorgeTrask, , Lieutenant ; D. H.Parker, ,
Foreman . AsaWilgus, , B. M.Backensto, , Engineers ; R. L.Anderson, , Wm.William
F.Ferguson, , Jno.Hunter, , Jno.Baxter, , Directors ; Jos. W.Dougherty, , Sec.secretary
PatrickGorman, , President .
Aug.Guelberth, , Treasurer .
Francis A.Mooney, , 1st Engineer .
JamesHutchison, , sup. of hose .
Wm.WilliamGrumley, , 2nd Director .
Samuel C.Walton, , V. President .
JamesFortune, , Secretary .
JohnDemine, , 2nd Engineer .
Joseph D.Reece, , 1st Director .
Geo. W.Atchison, , 3d Director .
Wm.William R.Bostick, , 4th Director .
Incorporated Dec. 1838.
Jos.Soufhack, , President .
Chas. E.Allen, , Secretary .
EdwardHolden, , foreman of hose .
Jos.McNeil, , V. President .
SamuelTurner, , Treasurer .
HarrisonKimball, , assistant do.
NathanColeman, , President ; Rufus S.King, , Vice President ; Isaac S.
Smyth, , Secretary ; Wm.William A.Lynch, , Treasurer ; J. R.Snyder, , L. D.Baker, ,
Engineers ; Thomas B.Targee, , John T.Martin, , EdwinAdrjance, , R.
Beauvais, , Directors ; N. A.Watson, , Collector ; Isaac S.Smyth, , Edwin
Adriance, , J. B.Gibson, , Standing Committee .
John M.Wimer, , President ; PeterBrooks, , Vice President ; Thomas O.
Duncan, , Secretary ; John F.Darby, , Treasurer ; John G.Wood, , Richard
J.Howard, , JohnEvil, , GilbertDeacan, , Directors ; DavisMoore, , Chief
Engineer ; A. W.Foster, , J. R.Howard, , Assistant Engineers .
Francis A.Mooney, , Captain .
J. H.M'Vicker, , Sec'ysecretary & Treas'r'r .
Charles T.Wilgus, , 2nd Engineer .
N. J.Roff, , 2nd Director .
J.Rudolph, , 4th Director .
Wm.William Jas.Hammond, , Licutenant .
JohnWarren, , 1st Engineer .
LewisGraham, , 1st Director .
E. C.Miller, , 3rd Director .
M.Mooney, , Captain of Hose .
O. W.Child, , Collector .
A. R.Easton, , Captain ; Jos. W.Dougherty, , First Lieutcnant ; A. R.
Chouteau, , Ensign ; Jos. H.Conn, , Color Bearer ; S. O.Coleman, , First Ser-
gant ; Geo. W.West, , Second Sergeant ; D. A.McLachlan, , 3d do. ; Ellis
Wainright, , 4th do.
A.Riddle, , Captain ; R. M.Parks, , first Lieutenant ; J. C.Smith, , second Lien-
tenent ; J. F.Thornton, , third Lieutenant ; JohnKnapp, , firnt Sergeant ; A.Hare, ,
second Sergeant ; J. B.McDowell, , third Sergeant ; E.Boyd, , fourth Sergeant ; G.
W.Dayis, , fifth Sergeant .
—, Captain ; William S.Stewart, , first Lieutenant ; AlbertTodd, , second
Lieutenant ; P.Salisbury, , third Lieutenant ; DavidK.Hunter, , Ensign ; J. D.Mc-, , first Sergeant .
Catholic Cathedral , Walnut, bbetween Sec'd and Third—BishopKenrirk, .
University Chapel , corner Washington Avenue and 10 h—Professors .
St. Johns, Washington Engine House —Rev.reverend W.Griswold, .
St. Pauls , corner Fifth and Wash streets—Rev.reverend P. GMinard, .
First Presbyterian , corner Fourth and St. Charles—Rev.reverend ABullard, .
Second Presbyterian , corner Fifth and Walnut—W. S.Pot's,
Methodist Episcrpal , corner Fourth and Washington Arenue—W.Patton, .
Associate Reformed Presbyterian , cor.corner Fifth and Locust—J. F.Sawyer, .
Unitarian , cor.corner Fourth and Pine—W. G.Elliot, .
Biptist , corner Third and Chesnut—I. T.Hint, .
Universalist Church, Concert Hall —N. M.Gaylord, .
M.E. Centenary Church , cor.corner Fifth and Pine.
German Evangelical Church , corner Saventh and Clark.
African Methodist Church , near corner of Green an 7th—JohnAnderson, .
African Baptist Church , South Fifth street—J. BerryMeachum, .
Rev.reverend P. J.Verhagen, , President ; Rev.reverend J.Vandevelde, , V. President ;
Rev.reverend G. A.Carrell, , Secretary ; Rev.reverend P.Verheyden, , Treasurer ; Rev.reverend Messrs.
J.Emis, , Mignard, , O.Loghlin, , Druyts, .
Rev.reverend J.Vandevelde, , President ; Rev.reverend Geo. A.Carrell, , Vice President ;
Rev.reverend J. B.Emis, , Prefect of Studies ; Rev.reverend J. B.Druyts, , Librarian ; Rev.reverend A.
Maesseele, , Procurator ; E.Vitalis, M.D., and ThomasMcMartin, M.D.,
attending physicians .
Madam Elenor M.Gray, , Superior . Lady Assistants, 24; Boarders, 45;
Day Scholars, 23; Orphans educated and supported in the establishment, 26.
B. B.Brown, M.D., D.D.S.President ; Geo.Engelmann, M.D., Vice
President ; M. P.Leduc, , Treasurer ; Wm.WilliamWeber, , Recording Secretary .
Chairmen of Departments—Dr.B. B.Brown, , Zoology; G.Schuelze, ,
Botany; Dr.Wislizenus, , Natural Philosophy and Meteorology; Dr.Geo.
Engelmann, , Chemistry and Minerology; Dr.HenryKing, , Geology.
The hall of the Academy is upon the north east corner of Fourth and
Chesnut streets, up stairs; entrance on Chesnut street.
Incorporated by an act of the General Assembly, approved Feb. 13th, 1839.
School on Myrtle between Third and Fourth-sts.streets Property $2000.
Dr.EdwardRose, , Chairman ; Dr.EugeneHeldritt, , Cashier ; Philip
Ewald, , JohnWeinheimer, , John C.Miller, , HenryBloome, , MathiasSteitz, ,
Trustees ; Wm.WilliamWeber, , Secretary ; Julius G.Weyse, , Professor .
J. NMcDowell, M.D., Professor of Anatomy nnd Surgery, Dean of the Fa-
culty; W. CarrLine, M.D., Prof, of Obstetrics and diseases of women and chil-
dren; John DeWolf, M.D., Prof. of Chemistry; E. H.Merryman, M.D., Pro.
of Materia Medica; R. F.Barrett, M.D., Prof. of Physiology and Padiology; J.
S.Moore, M.D., Prof. of Theory and Practice; S. GratzMoses, M.D., Adj.Pro.
of Obst. and Diseases of women and children.
This institution holds its sessions in the winter season, four months each,—Price of course $100.
Located on Washington Avenue between Ninth and Tenth Streets.
Organized in 1836; re-organized, 1841. A summer course of lectures in
this institution, commenced on the 24th of March, and will terminate on
the last of June, The regular winter course will commence about the
first of November.
At the northwest corner of Pine and Fourth Streets.
Open every day (Sundays excepted) between the hours of half past 2
and 4 P.M.Consulting Physicians —Wm.WilliamBeaumont, M.D., Hardage
Lane, M.D.Attending Physicians —S. GratzMoses, M.D., Wm.William M.Mc-, M.D., Charles A.Pope, M.D., John B.Johnson, M.D., J. J.
Clark, M.D., Geo.Johnson, M.D.
Dr.Thomas J.White, , President ; Charles C.Carroll, , John M.Eager, ,
Vice Presidents ; TruemanHoyt, , Recording Secretary ; B. B.Dayton, , Cor-
responding Secretary ; Nathan D.Allen, , Treasurer ; ChesterHarding, , Li-
brarian ; Wm.William M.McPherson, , John M.Krum, , John V.Eustace, , Benjamin
F.Thomas, , Henry L.Cobb, , Directors ; NathanielHolmes, , MannButler, ,
AlbertTodd, , Library Committee . The number of volumes in Library
of the Lyceum is thirty-four hundred. Elections held annually. Regu-
lar meetings on Monday evening of each week at the Lyceum Hall, cor-
ner of Third and Pine Streets. Lectures and public debates weekly dur-
Founded May 7th, 1840.
John T.Pigott, , President ; Wm.William J.Hammond, , Vice President ; O. W.
Child, , Secretary ; ThomasB.Wade, Treasurer ; N. J.Roff, , Librarian ; Da-Caughlan, , Charles T.Wilgus, , and JosephChilds, , Directors .
Library numbers 1000 volumes. Meetings held Saturday evenings of
each week, at the Lyceum Hall corner of Third and Pine Streets.
(Corner of Fifth street and Washington Avenne.)
ChirlesCarter, , President ; WesleyFallon, , Vice-Piesidcnt ; JohnW.Colvin, ,
Recording Sec'ysecretary ; J. B.Wall, , Corresponding Sec'ysecretary ; J. T.Stone, , Treasurer ; Al-Jones, , HiramMiller, , CharlesW.Gibson, , Directors .
Superintended by twelve Sisters of Charity. Superior , Sister E. Re-
Walnut, between First and Second, under the charge of five Sisters of
Charity. Sister Mary AngelaHughs, , Superior .
Mrs.DanielHough, , First Directress ; Mrs.JosiahSpaulding, , Second
Directress ; Mrs.SamuelPerry, Treasurer ; Mrs.JohnSmith, , Secretary ;
Mrs.JudithLewis, , Matron .
MichaelTesson, , President ; Col.P. M.Dillon, , Vice President ; Christo-Garrey, , Secretary ; JohnEnnis, , Treasurer .
At the Convent of the Sacred Heart. Madame E. M.Gray, , Superior .
John P.McMeal, , President ; DennisGalvin, , Vice President ; JohnO'-, , Book-keeper ; MatthewMooney, , Recording Secretary ; Christopher
Garvey , Corresponding Secretary .
JohnWalsh, , President ; JohnEnnis, , V. President ; Ringrose D.Watson, ,
Treasurer ; DennisGalvin, , Secretary , WilliamLawler, , Steward . 135
members; Society commenced 4th July, 1837; incorporated by legislature
of 1840 and '41.
KennethMcKenzie, , President ; JamesMoffat, , WilliamStrachan, , Vice
Presidents ; AlexanderFerguson, , Treasurer ; Douglas E.Milne, , Secretary ;
Dr.AlexanderMarshall, , Physician . Board of Managers —DavidYeo-, , AlexanderRobertson, , James L.Brown, , SamuelMcLean, , George
Sutherland, , ArchibaldMcKenzie, .
In the basement story of the Unitarian Church , corner of Fourth and Pine sts.streets
M. LewisClark, , President ; Wm.William A.Lynch, , D. B.Hill, , Vice Presidents ; S.
W.Wilson, , Corresponding Secretary ; G. W.West, , Recording Secretary ; John
Ford, , Treasurer ; ThomasAndrews, , Auditor ; JohnMcNeil, , Actuary ; B.Phili-, , Wm.WilliamHouston, , Curators . Council—B.B.Brown, , D.Woodman, , R.Bayd, ,
G. W.Davis, , J. R.Hammond, , J. B.Gibson, , J. H.Fergnson, , D.Weston, , Sam'l.
Gaty, , James A.Hardy, .
Missouri Tract Society .—Mr.WyllysKing, , President .
Missouri Bible Society .—Mr.H. R.Gamble, , President .
Missouri Sunday School Union .—Mr.G. K.Budd, , President .
WyllysKing, , President ; Thomas G.Settle, , G. K.Budd, , Rev.reverend ReedWil-, , Vice Presidents ; E. VanAlstine, , Secretary .
Geo. A.Hyde, , President ; Benj. F.M'Kenney, , Wm.William F.Chase, , Samuel
Fife, , V. Presidents ; Edw.Charelss, , Treasurer ; J. H.M'Millan, , Secretary .
Mrs.VespasianEllis, , 1st Directress ; MrsDr.E.Hale, , 2d Directress ; Mrs.
CharlesCollins, , 3d Directress ; Mrs.Bullard, , Secretary ; Mrs.WaymanCrow, ,
(Rehearsals every Tuesday evening at the Uuitarian Church)
N.Childs, . Jun, President ; M. V.Hall, , Vice-President ; E.Hayman, , Treas. ;
W.Claflin, , Secretary ; C.Webb, , Vecal Conductor ; C.Balmer, , Instrumental
Com.JosophFoster, , TIG.M ; Alexander T.Douglass, , 2J officer ; Gilbert
Nurse, , 3d do ; JesseLittle, , 4th do. , EsremOwens, , JohnOssick, ,
EdwardKlein, , Richard H.Dallam, ; Sec'ysecretary ; HiramClrarnberlin, , G.C.
M.E.H.P.; E., JoabBarnard, , K.; E, L.Clark, ,
S.; C., JosephFoster, , C.H.; C, J.Little, , K.S.C; C, W. R.Singleton, ,
M.W., P. H.McBride, , G.M. ; W. JosephFoster, , S.G.W. ; W. H.
Bower, . J.G.W. ; W. C.Melody, , G. Treasurer ; W. B.Dal-, , G. Secretary ; W. r.Singleton, , S.D. ; W. H.Magohan, , J.D. ;
W. EsromOwens, , Tyler .
Wm.William S.Stewart, , W.M. ; H. L.Clark, , S.W. ; JosephRowe, , J.W. ; Joab
Bernard, , Treasurer ; Richard B.Dallam, , Sec'y. ; EsromOwens, , Tyler .
R. JosephFoster, , W.M. ; R. R.Singleton, , S.W. ; R. A.
Todd, , J.W. ; J. S.Allen, , Treasurer ; H. C.Marthens, , Secretary ; Samuel
Pottle, , S.D. ; Charles H.Pond, , J.D. ; JesseeLittle, and Wm.William A.Barnes, ,
Stewards ; E.Owens, , Tyfer .
R. P.Coleman, , W.M. ; J.Slygh, , S.W. ; E.Hall, , JW. ; E.Ho-, , Treas. ; J. R.Snyder, , Secretary ; IsaacHedges, , S.D. ; Bowes, , J.D.
Benjamin F.McKenney, , M.W.G. Master ; LouisDuBrcuil, , R.W.D.
G. Master ; Henry M.Brown, , R.W.G. Warder ; Louis T.Labeaume, , R.
W.G. Secretary ; Elihu H.shepard, , R.W.G. Treasurer ; Warren C.Cor-, , R.W.G. Conductor ; Wm.William S.Stewart, , R.Rev.reverend G. Chaplain ; David
Dell, , R.W.G. Guardian ; WilliamChilds, , Boonvilie, R.W.D.D.G. Mas-
ter , John L.Kcan, , St. Louis, Grand Host , appointed by Grand Master.
Benjamin F.McKenney, , Chief Patriarch ; William S.Stewart, , M.E.
High Priest ; A.Genestelle, , Senior Warden ; M.Nowakowski, , Junior War-
den ; Louis T.Labeaume, , Scribe ; J. J.Humbert, , Guardian ; Elihu H.
Shepard, , Treasurer .
William S.Stewart, , Worthy Lecture Master ; S. F.Spalding, , Worthy
Deputy Lecture Master ; EbenezerYoung, , Worthy Assistant Lecture Mas-
ter ; JohnHunter, , Worthy Warden ; D. NDell, , Worthy Guardian ; E. H.
Shepard, , Worthy Treasurer ; HenryPriess, , Worthy Conductor .
M.D.Quirk, , N.G. ; A. G.Lammey, , V.G. ; Warren C.Corlay, , Treas-
urer ; John T.Moore, , Secretary ; S. F.Spalding, , Book Keeper .
ConradFox, , N.G. ; S. S.Leivis, , V.G. ; Louis T.Labeaume, , Treasurer :
Isaac McKendrceVeitch, , Secretary ; RobertGary, , Book Keeper .
JohnBrcndell, , N.G. ; AntonKern, , V.G. ; JohnEbner, , Treasurer ;
MathiasBecker, , Secretary ; JacobRosenbaum, , Book Keeper .
HenryDoellner, , N.G. ; JohnBlack, , V.G. ; Harlam S.Leaf, , Secretary ;
Wm.William S.Stewart, , Treasurer .
dame E.J.M. Gray, Superior.
and Franklin Avenue.
and Washington Avenue.
Avenue and Morgan.
b. First and Second
and Franklin Avenue.
Castor Oil, 47 nnorth First.
ccorner Fourth and Walnut.
Clark Avenue bbetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
ssouth First, last brick house.
and Third, City Hotel.
1 ssouth Front, res.residence ccorner Cedar and Fourth.
res.residence ccorner Seventh and Elm.
Eighth and Olive.
cond and Third.
Pine and Olive.
Sixth bbetween Cerre and Gratiot.
Fourth near ccorner Chesnut.
res.residence ccorner Eighth and Washington Avenue.
Fifth and Biddle.
res.residence Morgan bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
rers, 35 nnorth Front.
Chesnut and Pine.
Fifth and Myrtle.
University, res.residence Olive bbetween Seventh and Eighth.
Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
bbetween Hickory and Pear.
bbetween Chesnut and Pine.
res.residence Seventh bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
First and Walnut.
Avenue and Papin.
lin Avenue and Morgan.
res.residence Poplar bbetween Third and Fourth.
Walnut bbetween Sixth and Seventh.
Prune and Laurel.
near ccorner Third.
bbetween Franklin Avenue and Wash.
Carr and Biddle.
Franklin Avenue bbetween Ninth and Tenth.
Convent and Rutgers.
Myrtle and Spruce.
res.residence Planters' House.
of Kemper College, res.residence 29 Vine.
Broadway bbetween Ashley and Lisa.
res.residence 65 Green.
Plum and Cedar.
Sixth and Seventh.
ton Avenue and Green.
Fifth and Labadie.
Walnut and Elm.
Pine, res.residence 106 Chesnut.
ket and Walnut, res.residence First bbetween Myrtle and Spruce.
Fourth bbetween Chesnut and Pine.
bbetween Spruce and Almond.
Fourth bbetween Pine and Olive.
cond, res.residence Broadway bbetween Willow and Ashley.
bbetween Twelfth and Thirteenth.
Market and Walnut.
bbetween Morgan and Franklin Avenue.
lin Avenue and Morgan.
Missouri Republican—Chambers & Knapp , editors and pro-
prietors —published daily—office 45 nnorth First, up stairs.
St. Louis New Era—Charles G.Kamsey, , proprietor —N.Pas-, , editor —published daily—office 28J nnorth First, up stairs.
Missouri Reporter—S.Penn, Jr.junior , editor and proprietor —pub-
lished daily—office 31 Locust.
Daily Evening Gazette—Wm.William R.Singleton, , propietor —W.
S.Allen, and Wm.William R.Singleton, , editors —office 97 nnorth First, up stairs.
Missouri Native American Bulletin—V.Ellis, , editor and
proprietor —OliverHarris, , printer —published daily—office corner
of First and Chesnut, up stairs.
Anzeiger Des Westens, (Western Advertiser)—Wm.WilliamWeber, ,
editor and proprietor —published semi-weekly—office 23 Pine.
People'S Organ—Higgins & Mead , editors a nd proprietors —pub-
lished daily—office 26 Locust.