AV,avenue; AL,alley; BT,between; COR,corner; DW,dwelling; E,east;
ES,east side; N,north; NS,north side; NW,north-west; OPP,opposite; S,south;
SE,south east; SS,south side; SW,south-west; W,west; WS,west side; UPS,upstairs;
WH,wholesale; [c.], for colored persons.
Several professions will occasionally be found abbreviated, for the purpose of
avoiding the doubling of a line; such.as LBRR, for laborer; CABMKR, for cabinet
maker; BLKSMTH, for blacksmith; CARP, for carpenter; BRKMKR, for brickma-
ker; &c., &c.; but the profession intended to be represented by the abbreviation
will be so obvious as hardly to require elucidation.
Note.-In the following, the directions are, for the most part, brief, plain,
intelligible, and to the point. I have striven to obtain the proper spelling of
names; and in searching for a name, the inquirer ought to know its proper
spelling. A person, for instance, looking for Commons, ought not to look among
the Cummins’s; for Neilson, among the Nelson’s; for Macdonough, or Mackoy,
among the McDonoughs and McCoys; for Walsh among the Welch’s and Welsh’s
and vice versa, and scores, or hundreds, of other like cases of synonymes as to
The cause of censure, in a large majority of cases, is attributable solely to the
want of a knowledge of the correct spelling of the name sought for; therefore,
you must know how to spell the name, else censure not if you do not find it;
mind this, in part, as you go along.
Observe, that the letters I and J, U and V, are not interchangeably arranged,
but I and U take the precedence of J and V.
corner Fourth and Market.
110 nnorth Second, and rear of Post Office, on alley
oppopposite the old Market, dw 150 nnorth Eighth
25 nnorth Fifth
factory 67 Washington-avenue
teenth, warehouse 15 Commercial
house, 19 nnorth Water
182 nnorth Second
39 nnorth Water, up stairs
corcorner Second and Olive
and Washington- avavenue
Lewis and O’Fallon
Lewis and O’Fallon
Market, on alley
rear 62 nnorth Second
office 92 Chesnut
94 nnorth Second
Third and Market, up stairs
nenortheast corcorner Sixth and Franklin-avenue
lumber yard Cherry, eeast of Broadway
Olive, boards at City Hotel
nnorth of Biddle
dw 38 ssouth Seventh
rance Co.Company of N. York , boards at 102 nnorth Fourth
Seventh and Chesnut
Second, dwelling 160 Carondelet-avenue
dw 88 Mulberry
and Market, up stairs
on alley, dwelling ss Brooklin, wwest of Eleventh
store eseast side Broadway, nnorth of Howard
rine Ins Co , dw 72 Vine, office 65 Vine
dwelling nwnorthwest corcorner Tenth and Benton
176 nnorth Main
ss Cerré, opposite 167 ssouth Fifth
dealer in Family groceries, brandy, wines, cordials, fruits,
catsups, sauces, pickles, wooden ware, &c.; domestic dry
goods, boots and shoes, cotton yarns, nails and glass. Cour
try produce bought and sold on the most liberal terms.
Particular attention paid to orders.
Fourth and Market, and junction of 5th and Carondelet
bus and Miller
Seventh and Chesnut
teenth and Papin
dw 116 Carr
son and Marion
corcorner Second and Market, ups
ing and commission merchants, sesoutheast corcorner Water and Vine, ups
Twelfth, ssouth of Wash
Cherry, dw es Collins, opposite Reservoir
eseast side Broadway, near Reservoir
Commercial School ,
Corner Fourth and Chesnut Streets,
St. Louis, Mo.
This Institution, for the last six years, has been devoted to the
instruction of Gentlemen in
upon principles practically adapted to business purposes, the
pupil being conducted through the bona fide operations of the
Counting-house, without a Text-book or Lecture.
N. B. The ability of each pupil to discharge the duties of an
Accountant, in charge of the most complicated books, or to sustain
an examination before a conimitte of accountants of his own
choosing, in every case, is guaranteed.
Tuition Fees in advance; the pupil having the reserved right
of reviewing, during life, free of charge.
Special attention given to those wishing instruction in Steamboat
Book-keeping, and just as practical a knowledge guaranteed
as can be obtained on any boat
Complicated entries adjusted, and counsel given in the
opening and closing of Books, either at the room, or place of
The undersigned, pupils of Jonathan Jones, take great
pleasure in stating that many of us had attended other Schools,
previous to entering this Institute, without receiving any practical
knowledge of the science of Double-entry Book-keeping.
But after attending a full course, we found Mr. Jones’ mode of
instruction to differ in this important particular, viz: Each pupil
is conducted through the operations of the Counting-house,
by journalizing posting, and balancing from 20 to 30 sets of
Books, adapted to the precise forms used by us in actual business
—and we do most unequivocally declare it as our opinion,
from what we have seen, that any young gentleman of ordinary
business habits, can acquire just as thorough a knowledge of the
accountant’s duties under Mr. Jones’ instruction in four or six
weeks, as it is possible for him to obtain in the most extensive
business house in the same number of years. For further particulars,
enquire of us in person.
And four hundred more.
keeping , nenortheast corcorner Fourth and Chesnut, up stairs
Bank of State of Mo., dw 51 ssouth Fourth
ufactory, Broadway, opposite Carr
Tenth and Wash
243 nnorth Thirteenth
way and Webster
academy nenortheast corcorner Fourth and Chesnut, ups
The female department
C. M. Ligget’s
book-keeping, writing, & stylographic card-markihg
academy, No. 84 Fourth Street, Saint Louis, Mo.
Hours, from 7 to 10, A. M., from April 1st to Novem- vember 1st; and from12 to 2, P. M., from
November 1st to April 1st.
This Institution, one of the most useful female establishments
in this city, has been in successful operation for more
than a year, and in that period, has produced some of the most
elegant female writers in the west or elsewhere, and is now patronized
in a degree, unknown in chirogiaphic institutes in
this city, it being a deplorable fact, that the more solid and
useful branches have, heretofore, been most sadly neglected, in
the education of polite females; and the more frivolous and frequently
useless branches substituted in their stead. From
which circumstance, it is not uncommon to see a fine lady, otherwise
highly accomplished, hardly able to write her name intelligibly,
(being entirely ignorant of accounts;) whilst the
facility and ease with, which a lady may acquire those branches,
leaves them without even the shadow of an excuse.
English Grammar will be taught to Ladies in classes of twenty
or upwards, whenever organized.
Ladies and parents are invited to call, and examine the progress
of pupils for themselves.
Private lessons given to Ladies at their own residences, when
Tuition Fees payable in advance.
Mr. Charles Stewart’s Mathematical Institute
Is connected with this establishment, in which Ladies can have
a thorough knowledge of Arithmetic in a very short time.
C. M. Ligget’s
writing and stylograpic card-writing academy,
In connexion with Mr. Jonathan Jones’ Commercial School, and
Mr. Charles Stewart’s Mathematical Institue,
Cor. Fourth and Chesnut-Sts.
30 ssouth Third
enth and West Mound
21 St. Charles
nut, wwest of Sixth
importer and dealer in
watches, clocks, jewelry and Plated Ware,
Military & Fancy Goods,
fine pocket and table ware, guns and pistols.
manufacturer of silver ware,
52 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
ton Factory, 25 nnorth Main, corcorner of Chesnut
Ninth and Wright
dwelling 67 Almond
dw 272 ssouth Second
dwelling 45 ssouth Fourth
dwelling 199 nnorth Fifth
141 nnorth Main
Office alley, dw 145 nnorth Fifth
nut, up stairs
Chesnut, up stairs, dwelling opposite 93 Morgan, ups
dw 195 Washington-avenue,
facturer , 49 Chesnut
Main and Almond
at 127 ssouth Fifth
ment of deeds in other States, 24 Pine