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Meech & Loring , Wholesale and lbretail
book-sellers
and
stationers ,
No. 160 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.

Keep constantly on hand, a full supply of
Books,
Miscellaneous, Law, Medical
and School.

Papers,
Cap, Letter, and Every Variety
of
Writing, Printing, Wrapping, and Fancy.

Stationery,
Every Variety of Foreign and Domestic.

Printers’ & Book-Binders’
Stock and Material.

All of which we offer for sale at
the Lowest Market Rates.

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Masterson & Brothers ,
Importers of every description of
queensware,
china, glass, &c.

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165 Main Street, St. Louis,
and,
34 Water Street, Mobile, Ala.

☞ We respectfully request the attention of Mer-
chants, Steamboat Owners, and others,
to our very extensive Stoek of Queensware,
&c. Merchants in the habit of purchasing in the
east, are particularly solicited to call and examine our
assortment and prices.

☞ Our arrangements and facilities are such as to
enable us to offer inducements to purchasers unsur-
passed by any other house; and our stock is of the
latest and most approved styles, having been selected,
by one of the partners, from the best manufactories in
Europe.

☞ We will duplicate any bills made in the east,
with respectable houses in our line; and any goods
packed at our establishment, we warrant to go free of
breakage.

Masterson & Brothers.

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Jacob, Philipson
Has the honor of offering his services as Teacher of the
French and German
Languages.

He may be found at
No. 194 South Third Street,
Near the German Catholic Church.

E.Klein, ,
(Successor to H. L. Hoffman,)
Wholesale and retail dealer in
drugs, medicines, paints,
oils, dye-stuffs, &c.,
No. 6 North Main Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

Brownlee & Homer ,
Wholesale dealers in
Foreign and Domestic,
Fancy and Staple
Dry Goods,
No. 47 Main Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

J. A.Brownlee, ,
Thos.J. Homer.

John, C.Maigne,
Dealer in
Stoves, Castings, Hardware, Cuttlery,
and
Japanned ware,
No. 65 Market Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, always on Hand,
Wholesale and Retail.

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JamesMaguire, Jr.,
Apothecary & Druggist ,
Corner of Second and Olive Streets,
Under the Merchants’ Hotel,
Saint Louis, Missouri.

A full Supply of
Fresh & Genuine Medicines, Perfumery,
&c., Constantly on Hand.

Physicians’ Prescriptions
Accurately Compounded, at all hours of the day or night.

L. C. Wallace & Co.Company ,
Dealers in boots and shoes,
No. 64 Fourth Street,
Third Store North of the Planters’ House, St. Louis, Mo.

☞ Every Variety Constantly on Hand. ☜

Thomas, Jones,
Manufacturer of Looking-Glass and
Picture-Frames ,
No. 102 Fourth Street, Saint Louis, Missouri.

Window Cornices Made to Order, and Old Frames Re-Gilt.

S.Beadleston, ,
Upholsterer ,
No. 76 & 78 North Second,
Corner Olive, Oppposite the Glasgow House,
St. Louis, Mo.

Beds, Bedding, Bedsteads, Chairs, &C.,
Constantly on Hand, or Made to Order.

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St. Louis Arcade Bath-House.

Frederick Eckert,
No. 128 and 130 North Third Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

This well-known Establishment is open every day, where
Warm, Cold, Shower and Salt Baths,
can be had at all Times and Seasons.

To the Ladies’ Apartments, the Entrance is at No. 130 North Second.

Lewis, Bauman,
Importer and dealer in
Watches, Jewelry, etc.,
No. 30 Market Street,
St. Louis. Mo.,
Keeps constantly on hand a choice and splendid assortment of
Gold and Silver Watches, Rings,
Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Breast Pins, Lockets, Necklaces,
Pencils, Thimbles, Gold and Silver Guard Chains,
and Spectacles. Also, a choice assortment of Sil-
ver, Britannia, and Plated Ware,
All of which he will sell low for cash, wholesale or retail.

☞ Watches, Clocks, and Time-pieces repaired and warranted.

Hair Cutting.

W. RileyBonner, .

Marcus L.Lewis, .

Bonner & Lewis ,
Practical and Fashionable
Hair Cutters,
No. 103 Fourth Street,
(Next Door to the Mansion House,)
St. Louis, Mo.

Where Gentlemen are Respectfully Invited to Call.

Shaving and Shampooing

Executed in a style unsurpassed—Razors, Surgical Instru-
ments, &c., set ready for use.

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Sherman, J.Bacon.

Samuel, T.Hyde.

Bacon & Hyde ,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Brushes, Dye Stuffs, Apothecaries’ Furni-
ture, Window Glass, Spices, &c., &c.,
Manufacturers of
White Lead and Lard Oil,
156 Main Street, St. Louis.

St. Louis Machine Shop.
Enos & M’cortney ,
Engine Builders
and
Machinists,
Second Street, Above Morgan, St. Louis.

Machinery of every description made with neatness & despatch.

Bowery Saloon ,
No. 218 Broadway,
(up stairs,)
St. Louis, Mo.

Missouri Mustard and Spice
Manufactory ,
by
Caspar Eberhard Meyer
No. 167 Eighth Street,
Between Morgan Street and Franklin Avenue,
St. Louis, Mo.

☞ Let it be borne in mind that the manufacturer furnishes only pure articles.

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H. A.Amelung, ,
Pork & Beef Packer ,

Manufacturer of Fine Lard, and Dealer in Provisions generally, suited for Foreign or Home Market.

☞ Packing House at Risley’s Establishment, corner of Second and Lombard Streets, St. Louis. Also, at Alton, Ill.

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Albert, B.Cohen, Clock and Watch Maker,
and
Repairer ,
No. 16 Locust Street, St. Louis, Mo.

A. & L. Forbes ,
Looking Glass and Picture Frame
Manufacturers,
Comb, Cutlery, and Variety Store,
Watches, Jewelry, &c., &c., Wholesale and Retail,
No. 92 Main Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

Combs repaired—Plates put in Old Frames—Old Frames re-gilt

George, H.Betts,
Manufacturer of
Boots and Shoes,
No. 113 Main Street,
(between Vine and Locust Streets,)
St. Louis, Mo.

Constantly on Hand, and Made to Order
Dick’s Patent Metallic Spring Shank, Dress Boots, Cork and
Double Soled Boots, Patent Leather Shoes, &c., &c.,

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Eugene, Kelly,
St. Louis.

T. & N. Donnely & Co.Company ,
New York,

Eugene Kelly & Co.Company ,
94 Main Street,
Wholesale Dealers in
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
Carpet Ware Room,
94 Main Street, (up-stairs.)

☞ Constantly on hand, a large assortment of Wilton, Brus-
sels, Three-ply Ingrain, & Venician Carpeting; Floor
Oil Cloths; Door Mats; Stair Rods; Emboss-
ed Table and Piana Covers, &c.

Also, Steamboat and House-keeping articles, consisting in part of Table Lin-
en of every variety, Linen and Cotton Sheeting, Towels, Napkins, Blankets,
Counterpanes, &c.

G.Conzelman, ,
Upholsterer & Paper Hanger ,
No. 13 Second Street, St. Louis, Mo.

Has on hand Paper Hangings, Curtain Ornaments, Damasks,
Moreens, Hair Seating, Mattresses, Venician Blinds, &c.

☞ All orders in his line executed at the shortest notice. ☜

William, G,Fife,
North-East Corner Broadway and Morgan Street,
No. 197.
St. Louis, Mo.
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.

☞ Country produce bought and sold on the most liberal
terms. Particular attention paid to orders.

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Teeth.

I.Forbes, ,
Dental Surgeon ,
No. 46 North Second Street,
(Between Chesnut and Pine,)
Saint Louis, Mo.

B. B.Brown, , M. D. ,
Doctor of Dental Surgery,
Office and Residence
No. 120 North Fourth Street, (west side,) Fifth
Door above Odd-Fellows Hall.

Dr. J. S.Clark, ,
Surgeon Dentist ,
S. E. Corner Market and Fifth Streets,
Saint Louis, Mo.

H. H. & E. Long ,
Artists in
Daguerreotype,
Corner of Third and Market Streets,
(Second Floor,)
Saint Louis.

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G. B.Michael, ,
(Late Griffith & Brother,)
Importer and Manufacturer of
Paper Hangings, Borders, Views,
Tester Pieces, Ornaments for Public
Rooms, Statuary,
Chimney Screens, &C.,
63 Market Strert, (Opposite Concert Hall,
St. Louis, Mo.

☞ Kept constantly on hand an extensive and splendid assortment of every
description of French and American Paper Hangings, Borders, Views,
Chimney Screens, &c. &c., which for Cheapness, Quality and Variety,
cannot be surpassed by any other establishment in the United States.

New Patterns, from the most celebrated Manufacturers of Philadelphia, Balti-
more, New York, together with the most approved and original styles of my
own manufacture, received regularly as soon as produced. Colors warranted
permanent.

French paper hangings, borders, chimney screens, views,
&c., imported direct from Paris.

Orders from Dealers, Merchants and others, executed with promptness, ac-
curacy and despatch.

W. H.Latham, ,
Chymist and Apothecary ,
N. W. Corner of Sixth and Morgan Streets,
St. Louis, Mo.

Physicians’ Prescriptions and Family Recipes compounded
with accuracy, at all hours. Genuine Drugs and Medicines,
Spices, Perfumery, &c.

E. H.Bryan, ,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer of
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware
No. 61 Franklin-Avenue,
St. Louis, Mo.

Roofing, Spouting and Guttering of all kinds made and put
up at the shortest notice, and at the lowest cash price.

N. B. Particular attention paid to all kinds of jobbing.

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RobertCathcart, ,
(Successor to Tyler and James,)
Importer and Dealer in
Wines, Liquors,
Cigars, &C.,
No. 98 Levee,
(Corner of Morgan Street,)
St. Louis.

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Steam Boat

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And
Hotel Bars
Supplied at Short Notice.

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Saint Louis
Type Foundry

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and
Paper Warehouse

A. P.Ladew, ,
Corner of Locust and Second sts.streets ,
St. Louis, Mo.
Type, Presses, Ink, Paper,

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and Printing Materials,
Of every description.

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F, Little,
No. 43 Chesnut, Between Second & Third sts.streets ,
Funeral Furnishing Rooms.

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F.Little, returns his sincere thanks to the citizens of the city, and country and neighborhood in general, for past favors con-
ferred upon him whilst doing business on Second Street, and further solicits a continuance of the same. He flatters himself that he can
furnish funerals with every thing necessary to convey the dead to their final resting place, cheaper than any other undertaker in the
city possibly can, as he is prepared with every thing in his line of business.

Ready-Made Coffins,
Of all descriptions and sizes, furnished in the best style. Lead, Zinc, Copper and Tin Coffins made, if timely notice be given. Coffins
lined with Canton Flannel, fine White Flannel and White Satin. Also, covered with fine Black Cloth, Black Velvet, White Velvet, and
White Satin, just as his friends may require. Hearse, Hacks, and Horses, furnished at short notice. Also, Graves and Interment pro-
cured in any of the Cemeteries of the city, and Vaults built at the request of any of the friends of the deceased.

Shrouds, Shirts, Drawers, Cravats; Collars, Gloves, Hose, and Hat Crape, furnished in order, and the proprietor will attend to having
the corpse laid out, at short notice, if his services are required.

☞ Rooms, No. 43 Chesnut Street, are open at all hours of the day and night, and the Cooling Board will be sent to any part of
the city. Persons wishing their friends removed from one Cemetery to another, can have it done with great care by leaving orders with
the proprietor. The proprietor is prepared to preserve the body of any deceased person for the space of thirty days, or longer, so as to
give sufficient time for any friend that is in an Eastern city to get here, and to make arrangements to have the body interred.

Look for the sign of the Coffin above the door.

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Leather Store.

J. C.Meyer, ,
Dealer in
Hides, Leather and Findings,
No. 4 North Main Street,
Near the old Market, second store from Market-street,
St. Louis, Mo.

Always on hand, a general assortment of good Leather, of
all kinds, Lasts, Pegs, and Threads, which will be
sold on moderate terms. Orders well attended to.

☞ Cash Paid for Hides. ☜

Merchants’ Hotel,
Corner Second and Olive Streets,
St. Louis, Mo.Joshua P.Jeffries, ,
Proprietor.

☞ This house, new, spacious, and of the most convenient
arrangement of apartments, is located two Blocks from the
Steamboat Landing, and in the midst of the most active business
portion of the city; thereby rendering it a convenient place of
sojourn to the traveler, and permanent residence to the citizen.

Cuniffe & Tanton ,

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Druggists & Apothecaries,
N. W. cor. Broadway & Morgan Street,
Saint Louis, Missouri.

Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Paints, Glass, Dyes, &c.
Medicine Chests replenished at the shortest notice,
Physicians’ Prescriptions & Family Recipes prepared at all hours.

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NathanielHolmes, ,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
No. 46 Chesnut Street, St. Louis.


☞ Commissioner for Maryland and New Hampshire. ☜

William L.Sloss, ,
Attorney at Law and Land Agent ,
☞ Office South-West Corner of Morgan
and Broadway, (up stairs.) ☜

FrederickDings, ,
Brush Manufacturer ,
No. 15 North Second Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Has constantly on hand a great variety of Fancy and Plain
Brushes, comprising Hair, Cloth, Flesh, Tooth, Shaving, Dust-
ing, Sweeping, Scrubbing, Wall, Horse, Paint, Varnish, Sash
Tool, and every article in the Brush line.

☞ Large dealers, and the trade generally, supplied on the
most liberal terms.

FrederickDings,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
French, German and English
Toys, Fancy Goods, &c., &c.,
No. 25 Market Street, St. Louis, Mo.

E. M.Sell, , St. Louis.F.Cooper, , Philadelphia.
E. M. Sell & Co.Company ,
Wholesale Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
No. 37 Market Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Purchasers are assured that our stock will comprise a good
assortment, to which additions will be made every twenty days.
We are prepared to sell at the lowest cash prices.

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St. Louis Machine Manufactory ,
No. 183 Second Street,
In the rear of the Missouri and Virginia Hotels.

Wool Carding Machines,
Condensers, Spinning and Shearing Ma-
chines; Wool, Cotton and Hair Pick-
ing Machines; Rope-Walk Machin-
ery, in all its varieties, All of the above
warranted to be of the best materials
and workmanship. He will be
constantly supplied with
Machine Cards, Comb Plates, Cleaning Combs, &C.

Cotton Batting, of superior quality, always on hand in quantities to suit purchasers, wholesale or retail.

J. T.Dowdall.,

New York Book-Store.

N. C.Nafis, , N. York.C. L.Cornish, , N. York.R.Vandine, , St. Louis.

Nafis, Cornish & Co.Company ,
Publishers, Book-sellers, Stationers,
and
Paper Dealers,
No. 206 North Main Street,
(Between the Missouri and Virginia Hotels,)
St. Louis, Mo.

☞ Goods sold at the same prices that we sell in New York.

Chas. H.Peck, .

Geo. I.Barnett, .

Peck & Barnett ,
Architects and Builders,
and
Superintendents,
Office Corner Eighth and Locust Streets,
St. Louis, Mo.

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Wm.William F.Dieterichs, ,
Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of
Smoking & Chewing Tobacco,
Havana, Principe and American Cigars,
and all Kinds of Snuff, at Wholesale and Retail,
106 Franklin-Avenue, St. Louis, Mo.

C. M.Valleau, ,
Dealer in
Stoves, Grates, Hollow Ware,

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Tin Plate,
Sheet Iron,
Wire, Block Tin,
Rivets, Copper,
Tinners’ Tools,
Machines &c.,

No. 163 Main Street, St. Louis.

☞ Always on hand, resor’s improved premium amd double oven cooking stoves, all sizes, wholesale and retail.

N. E. Janney & Co.Company ,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
China, Glass, and Queens-Ware;
American, British & German Glass-Ware:
Astral and Mantel Lamps, Britannia and
German Silver Wares;
Window Glass, etc.,
No. 82 North Main St.,
St. Louis, Mo.

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Chamberlain & Rodermann ,
Auction & Commission Merchants,
No. 53 Main Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

RobertAllen, , Auctioneer .

Fourth Street House
Restaurat,
Opposite the Court House.

Getzendanner & Co.Company

Gabinet Manufactory . M.Stultz, ,
No. 45 Locust Street, between Main & Second, St. Louis, Mo.,
Keeps constantly on hand a good supply of
Cabinet Ware,
of his Own Make,

Which he will sell at prices to suit the times. He is also prepared to manufac-
ture any articles in his line to order at the shortest notice.

Georce, Wilson,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
Dye-Stuffs, Perfumery, Window-Glass, and
Surgeon’s Instruments,
No. 5 Main St., St. Louis, Mo.

E. P.Perkins, . Grate-Setting,
Whitening and wall Coloring ,
No. 119 North Fifth Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

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E.Deroin, ,
Wholesale and Retail
Druggist and Apothecary,
General Depot for Dr. Le Roy’s Medicines,
No. 48 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.

☞ A complete and fresh supply of Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Dye-stuffs, Perfumery, Spts. Turpentine, Window Glass,
Putty, &c. Agent for Le Roy’s and Ludlum’s Specific, Mrs.
Gardner’s Cough Drops and Diarrhœa Cordial, Thompson’s
Chlorine Tooth Wash, Beatson’s Tetter and Ringworm Oint-
ment, Stephen’s Anti-Dyspeptic Bitters, Even’s Pile Ointment,
James’ Strengthning Plaster, & Dr. Braggs’ Fever & Ague Pills.

John, Gass,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Musical Instruments,

Umbrellas,
Parasols,
Canes, &c.

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And Turner
in Fancy
Woods, Ivory
&c., &c.

No. 38 North Second Street,
(between pine and chesnut,)
St. Louis, Mo.

☞ Repairing of all kinds neatly executed. Piano Fortes
Tuned, by a first rate Tuner. ☜

F.Hudson, ,
Wig Maker and Ornamental
Hair Manufacturer ,
113 Market Street.

Mrs. Hudson, ,
Straw, Tuscan, and Leghorn
Hat and Bonnet Manufacturer ,
113 Market Street.

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Noel & McSherry ,

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Copper-Smiths
and
Sheet-Iron
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Workers.

Steamboat & Distillery
Work,
Done to Order.
Also,
Eterson’s Patent Stoves, Made for Steamboats & Hotels.

Britching & Chimmeys
Made or repaired, and all kinds of work in their line done with
☞ Promptness and Despatch. ☜

Bakery.

D. Woodman & Co.Company ,
No. 21 North Third Street, St. Louis, Mo.

☞ Keep constantly on hand an ample stock of Butter, Boston and Water Crackers, Pilot Bread, Soda Biscuit, and Cakes of every variety and name.

☞ Fresh Loaf Bread on hand at all times, and promptly delivered at any part of the city.

Aug., Guelberth,
Watch Maker and Jeweller ,
Dealer in
Clocks, Watches and Fine Jewelry,
130½ North Main Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

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Book-Binding,
in its Various and Improved Forms.

Muiller & Deitz ,
Book-Binders and
Blank-Book Manufacturers,
No’s. 54 and 56 Chesnut Street, near the Post Office,
St. Louis. Mo.

“We Bind and preserve the knowledge of past ages, For the benefit of future generations.”

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Jaccard & Co.Company ,
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Importers and Manufacturers of
Clocks, Patent Lever, Anchor, Duplex and Cylinder
Watches, Jewelry and Spoons,
No. 36 and 61 Main Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

☞ Watches, Clocks, Musical Boxes and Jewelry, carefully repaired and warranted. Engraving neatly done, and Old Gold and Silver purchased.

Wolff & Hoppe ,
Direct Importers of
English, French, and German
Fancy Goods,
No. 27 Market Street, & 179 Main Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

Keep constantly for sale a large assortment of Fancy Ar-
ticles—Beads, Looking Glasses, Combs, Brushes, Musical
Instruments, Pocket Books, Baskets, Quills, Pencils, Fancy
Boxes, Perfumery, Snuff Boxes, Dutch Pipes, Scissors, Spec-
tacles, Pistols, Violin Strings, German Silver Goods, and a
great variety of Toys, Dolls, &c. Also, Cotton Hosiery, Thread
Laces, Tapes, Turkey Red and Knitting Cotton.

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The Saint Louis Insurance Company.

Capital, $100,000, all Paid in, with the Privilege of
Increasing it to $500,000.

Office---South-east cor.corner Main & Olive Streets,
Saint Louis, Missouri.

Directors.
EdwardTracy, ,
A. G.Switzer, ,
RobertCampbell, ,
N.Berthoud, ,
George K.McGunnegle, ,
J. C.Rust, ,
J. E.Yeatman, ,
EdwardBrooks, ,
ThomasShore, ,
William T.Christy, ,
N. E.Janney, ,
LymanFarwell, ,
KennethMackenzie, ,

George, President.

L. B.Clarke,, Secretary .

The Saint Louis Insurance Company,
Incorporated by the Legislature of Missouri,
Offers to insure their fellow-citizens, throughout the U. States,
against Loss or Damage by Fire, on Buildings of
every description, & their contents; against
the dangers of the Sea and Inland Nav-
igation on all descriptions of
Goods and Money; also,
Remittances of
Money by Mail. Assuring them that the affairs of the Com-
pany shall be conducted with such fairness, candor and liberal-
ity, as they trust will entitle it to the public confidence and
patronage.

Hilton & Schinzing’s

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Bellows Manufactory,
No. 251 Eleventh Street,
(between wash and carr,)
Saint Louis.

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Ellet & Scarrett’s
New Mammoth
Furniture and Upholstery
Ware Rooms,
in the Planters’ Tobacco Warehouse, Cor-
ner Second Street and Washington- avavenue -
Enue, (up stairs,)
St. Louis, Mo.

Game Depot.
J. E. Tracy & Co.Company ,
No. 13 Market Street, St. Louis,
Keep Constantly on Hand, a Large Supply of
Game, Poultry, Vegetables, &c., &c.,
of Every Description.

☞Steamboats and Families supplied at the shortest notice.

J.Grissom, ,
St. Louis Umbrella & Parasol
Manufactory,
120 Market Street, opposite the Court House.

Bonnet Cane, Whale Bone, Canes, Shades, &c., of the latest
French patterns, always on hand. Repairing executed neatly,
and with despatch.

StephenRidgley, .

AbnerStone., .

S. Ridgley & Co.Company ,
Lamp and Gas Manufacturers,
and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Alchohol, Spirit Gas, Chemical Oil, and
Lamps of Every Variety,
No. 69 Locust Street, St. Louis, Missouri.
N. B. Alterations and repairs made in Lamps, at the short-
est notice.

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C. StarrLewis, , Agent.

Premium Lock Manufactory ,
No. 84 North Second Street.
(opposite the merchants’ hotel,)
Saint Louis, Mo.

The above establishment will keep on hand and manufacture,
at the shortest notice, a general assortment of Locks, known as
American manufacture, particularly
Bank and Vault Locks,
of every description—warranted inferior to none manufactured in the United States.

Brass Foundering,
in Every Variety, will also Receive Prompt Attention.

N. B.Jobbing, , of every description, connected with the bus-
iness, executed with the greatest possible despatch, and on the
most favorable terms.

Thos. E.Courtenay, ,
Commission & Forwarding Merchant ,
No. 39 Water Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

Refers to
L. A. Benoist & Co.Company , St. Louis
Beebee Brothers , St. Louis
J. W.Roberts, , St. Louis
Lonsdale & Gray , New Orleans
C. C. Lathrop & Co.Company , New Orleans
Kennett & Dix , New Orleans

Francis & Walton ,
(Late Edwards & Francis,)
Apothecaries and Druggists,
S. W. Corner Third and Green—s. E. Corner Fourth and
Market—and Corner Fifth and Carondelet-Avenue.

Every article pertaining to their business, selected with the
greatest care, and warranted pure.

☞ Physicians’ Prescriptions and Family Recipes, accurately
dispensed.

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GeorgeKingsland, ,
No. 138 North Main Street,
Saint Louis, Missouri,
(Opposite the Bank of Missouri),
Agent for the
Phœnix Foundry, And dealer in St. Louis and Pittsburgh manufactured articles, including, in part,
PhŒnix Fire Proof Safes,
Green’s Patent Cooking Stoves,
Improved Premium do. do.,
Coal, Parlor, Franklin and Box Stoves; Grates and Castings
of every description; Corn Shellers; Tobacco Screws; Bark
and Coffee Mills; Wagon Boxes; Spades; Shovels, and a great
variety of Cast and Wrought Iron Articles, too numerous to
particularize, always on hand and for sale.

☞Orders for Castings received, and promptly executed.☜

PhŒnix Foundry ,
Corner of Second and Cherry Streets,
St. Louis, Mo.

Kingsland & Ferguson ,
Manufacturers of
Plain and Fancy Castings,
Stoves, Grates, Bark-mills, Plough Castings, Fanning-mill
Irons, Corn Shellers, Castings for Page’s Patent Portable Cir-
cular Saw-mill, Threshing-machine Castings of various kinds,
Wagon-boxes, &c., &c.

☞Mill Machinery of every description made to order, with
neatness and despatch.

232 Advertisements.
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The Saint Louis
Medical and Surgical
Journal.

Edited by M. L.Linton, , M. D. , Professor of the Prin-
ciples and Practice of Medicine in the St. Louis University.—W. M.McPheeters, , M. D. , Lecturer on Clinical Medi-
cine, and one of the Physicians of the St. Louis Dispensary,
&c.—and V. J.Fourgeaud, , M. D. , one of the Physicians
of the St. Louis Hospital, &c.

☞Published monthly. Three Dollars per annum, in ad-
vance. W. P.Penn, , Publisher , 35 Locust Street.

Stephen, W. Meech,
Franklin Book and Stationery Store,
and
Book-Bindery,
No. 8 Main Street,
(Four Doors Above Market.)

J. S.Dunham, ,
Manufacturer of
Parmiley’s Matches,
East Side Fourth, Below Hazel.

These matches, for sureness and safety, are not surpassed by any in use;—warranted to stand the test of any climate, and not become impaired by long keeping.

☞ All orders from a distance promptly executed. ☜

Western, Upholstery
Manufactory,
No. 105 Second Street, St. Louis, Missouri.

Every article in the Upholstery line manufactured and on hand.

☞ Orders punctually fulfilled. ☜

C.Paynter, , Agent .

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Block & Evers’
Superior Table Cider and Pickling Vinegar
Establishment,
No. 166 Third Street,
Three Doors Below the North Market, Saint Louis, Mo.

Orders punctually attended to at the shortest notice, and sold at
the lowest rates. Warranted a genuine article.

Also, Dealers in Choice Family Groceries, Wines and Liquors.

Job Printing.

T. W.Ustick, ,
No. 57 North Main Street, (up stairs,)
Is prepared to execute every description of
Letter-Press Printing.

Steamboat Bills, Dray Tickets, Bills of Lading, Handbills,
Circulars, Bill Heads, Labels, Cards, &c., promptly executed.

Winchester & Chandler ,
Family Grocery and Provision Store,
S. E. Corner of Seventh and Franklin-Avenue,
St. Louis, Mo.

Keep constantly on hand first quality of Teas, Sugars, Spi-
ces, Fruits, Coffee, roasted and ground, Butter, Cheese, Bacon,
Hams, Oil, Candles, Soap, &c., Flour, Nails, Crockery, &c.

Botanic Medicines.

L. P.Britt, ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Botanic Medicines,
No. 164 North Fourth Street, Near Morgan,
St. Louis, Mo.

20*

234 Advertisements.
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Charles Stewart’s
Mathematical Institute
Corner Fourth & Chesnut sts.streets ,
St. Louis, Mo.

This Institution has been in successful operation
for one year, under the exclusive care of Charles
Stewart, who was Professor of Mathematics, for
four years, in one of the best colleges of Virginia.

In this Institute, all the branches of Mathematics,
together with Natural Philosophy, Mechanics, and As-
tronomy, are as thoroughly taught as they are in the
first colleges in the Union.

Special attention will be given to young Gentlemen,
wishing to qualify themselves for business operations,
during the evenings, from the first of October to the
first of April.

This Institute possesses peculiar advantages over
other Institutions of learning, in this:—that it enables
the student to devote his entire time to one branch of
study; thus enabling him to complete his Mathematical
course in one-fifth of the time required in our best
colleges.

P. S.—Two hours per day will be devoted to imparting
instruction, to young Ladies, in C. M. Ligget’s
Female Book-Keeping, Writing, and Stylographic Card
Marking Academy, No. 84 Fourth Street.

Jonathan Jones’
Commercial School,
and
C. M. Ligget’s
Writing and Stylographic
Card-Maring Academy,
Are in connexion with this Institute.

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Reveille
Book and Job

[No. 22.]

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[No. 22.]

Printing Office
No. 22 Olive Street,
St. Louis, Mo. Under the Superintendence of
Charles Keemle.,

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Steam Boat
Bills,
Plain, or in Colors;
Cabin Registers; Manifest Heads; Deck and
Passage Receipts,
And every other description of Printing required by
Steam Boats,
Executed at the shortest notice and at very low rates.

In a Neat and Correct Manner,
On the best quality of Paper.

For variety and beauty of Type, and Ornaments, this office
is not equalled in the West.

St. Louis Daily Reveille, $5 00 per an., in advance.

Weekly Reveille, 3 00 per an., in advance.

Chas. Keemle & Jos. M. Field ,
Editors and Proprietors.

A continuation of the favors of our old friends is solicited.

236 Advertisements.
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Frederick, W.Plant.

SamuelPlant, Jr.

Wm.William M.Plant, .

Saint Louis
Agricultural Warehouse
and
Seed Store

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Plant & Brothers ,
No. 193 North Fourth Street,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
Agricultural & Horticultural Implements & Machines
Keep constantly for sale a supply of those justly celebrated
Patent Premium Eagle Plows,
Manufactured by Ruggles, Nourse & Mason, of Worcester and Boston, Mass.

Also, Subsoil, Road, and Double Mould Plows;
Expanding Cultivators, Harrows, Churns, Revolving Hay Rakes, Grain Cradles,
Seed Sowers, Corn Planters, Corn Shellers, Hoes, Spades, Transplanting Trowels,
Straw Cutters, Ladies’ Weeding Trowels, Grass Shears, Border Shears, Garden
Reels & Lines, Picks and Mattocks, Tree & Floor Scrapers, Sugar Mills, Hay and
Manure Forks, Winnowing Mills, Garden Rakes, Hay Knives, Axes and Hatch-
ets, Patent Axe Handles, Sickles, Scythes, Scythe Snaths, Scythe Rifles, Ox
Balls, Bush and Bill Hooks, Dirt Scrapers, Bull Rings, Hand Rakes, Anti-friction
Rollers, Grindstone Cranks, Chains, Iron Bars, &c., &c., &c.

Field, Grass, Garden, Flower & Herb Seeds, wholesale & retail.

Agents for Eastern and Western Nurseries.

Garden Seeds.

We keep constantly on hand a full and complete assortment of Garden
Seeds, raised expressly for us, by William G. Comstock, Wethersfield, Conn.,
whose Seeds now stand as high as any other seed growers East. The past sea-
son was the first of his seeds being sold here, and they gave the very best satis-
faction. For sale, wholesale and retail.

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Michael, Reilly

Takes this method of informing his friends, and the public in
general, that he has recommenced the
Tailoring Business

At No. 21 Vine Stret,

Where he will make up work to suit the times. He will make Dress and Frock
Coats, from $15 to $30. His stock comprises the following articles: French and
English Cloths, French Black, Wool Dyed, Blue, Green, Invis. Green, Brown,
Olive, Olive Green, Olive Brown, French Black Cassimeres, English Black
Cassimeres, Wool Dyed Cassimeres, Fancy of the latest styles, Vestings, Black
Satin, figured Black Satin, figured Black Silk, Fancy Velvet, Woolen Velvet,
Marino & Fancy Vestings. Garments made and trimmed at the following prices:

Dress Coats, $8 00

Pants, 2 00

Frock Coats, $10 00

Vests, 2 00

Mill Stones.

G. & C. Todd ,
No. 217 North Main Street, St. Louis,
Importers and Manufacturers of
Mill Materials,
Including
Bolting Cloths, Mill Stones, Irons,
Screws, &C.

☞ All Articles Warranted. ☜

100 pairs French Burr Mill Stones; Dutch Anchor Bolting
Cloths; Wove Wire for Fanning Mills and Screens; Screws;
Patent Corn Mills; Smut Machines, &c., &c.

Also, Cards of best quality, for Carding Machines

Missouri Exchange ,
Corner Washington-Avenue and Commercial Street.

Geo.Phegley, , Proprietor .

Broadway Exchange ,
No. 298 Broadway.

MichaelPhelan, , Proprietor .

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Marine Insurance Company
of Saint Louis,
(chartered in 1837,)
Capital $100,000,
with the Privilege of Extending it to $400,000.

No. 102 North Main Street, St. Louis.

Wayman, Crow, President.

Daniel, Hough, Secretary.

Directors.
Wayman, Crow,
Unit, Rasin,
Wait, Barton,
Carlos, S. Greely,
Henry, von Phul,
Quincy, A. Keith,
R. M. V.Kercheval, ,
Theodore, Kimm,
John, Tilden,
S. M.Edgell, ,
William, P. Scott,
J. ParkerDoan, .

☞The Marine Insurance Company of St. Louis, having
adopted the Mutual System, all persons doing business with
said Company will be entitled to share in the profits of the
same, in proportion to their respective amount of premiums.

Old Franklin Book-Bindery,
No. 8 Main Street, (up stairs,)

Is well supplied with Materials and Workmen, to
execute work in any style desired. Always on hand a good
assortment of the various sizes of blank book paper,
which can be ruled to any pattern, and bound in the very best
manner. Prices as low as any other.

T. & J. M’grade ,
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods Merchants,
52 Market Street, St. Louis, Mo.

Constantly on hand, a large assortment of Woolens, such as Blankets, Broadcloths,
Cassimeres, Satinetts, Crumb Cloths, Carpetings, Hearth Rugs.

Oil Cloths, in great variety—Door Mats, Stair Rods. A large assortment of
Shawls, of every description—Linens, Lawns, and an extensive assortment of
Fancy and Staple Goods, of every description, which they pledge themselves
to sell as low as any house in the western country.

N. B. Positively no deviation from prices asked.

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Franklin Foundry
Warehouse.

No. 297 Broadway, Head of Wash Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

Cook’s
Favorite,
New
Premium
Albany Franklin,
and
Coal Stoves,
Of all sizes.

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Grates,
Hollow-Ware,
and
Castings,
Always on hand,
and Made to Order,
At the shortest notice.

Garrison & Edson .

☞N. B.—All Patterns and Orders left at their Warehouse will receive prompt attention.

Corby & Crowther ,
Steamboat Blacksmiths,
Corner Main and Cherry Streets,

N. B. Steamboat work executed in the neatest and best
manner, and at the shortest notice.

N. C.Betts, ,
Manufacturer of
Boots and Shoes,
Sign of the Mammoth Boot,
No. 106 North Main Street,
(Between Logust and Vine,)
St. Louis, Mo.

Langton & Ormsbee ,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,
No. 73 Cherry Street,
St. Louis.

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P. Salisbury & Co.Company ,
Wholesale Dealers in
Boots, Shoes and Brogans,
Hats and Bonnets,
Sign of the Big Boot,
No. 149 Main Street, (up stairs,)
Fourth Store north of the Bank,
St. Louis.

☞Cash paid for Wool.

Eagle Iron Foundry ,
Corner of Main and Biddle,
Saint Louis, Mo.

Garrison & Brother ,
Steam Engines & Iron Castings,
Flour, Saw, and Oil Mills,
Hydrostatic and Other Presses, for Stearine and
Lard Oils, and all kinds of Machinery built to order.

☞Drawings and Calculations made when required.☜

E. A.Johnson, ,
Hardware and Cutlery ,
No. 12 North Main Street,
St. Louis.

E. A.Johnson, ,
Wire Factory and Machine Cards ,

Orders filled for Wire Work, of every size. Riddles, Sieves,
Fenders and Rat Traps, constantly on hand at
No. 12 Main Street,
St. Louis.

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B. F.Townsend, ,
Wire and Sieve
Manufactory ,
No. 134 North Second Street,
(Between Washington-Avenue and Vine Street,)
St. Louis, Mo.

The subscriber is prepared to execute orders for Wire
Sieves, Screens, Safes, Fenders, Traps, Cages, Mineral and
Sand creens, Woven Wire, of all numbers.

☞At the Lowest Prices.

I. A.Davenport, ,
Cupper & Leecher ,
147 Fourth Street, Near Green.

Indian Queen Hotel,
Geo. A.Colton, , Proprietor ,
No.’S 28, 30 and 32 Locust Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

☞This commodious establishment, within two blocks of
the wharf, and in the centre of the commercial and mercantile
portion of the city, presents conveniences to the traveling and
local public, unsurpassed in this city.

St. Louis Farmers’ Mill,
South Side Carroll, East of Carondelet
Avenue, St. Louis, Mo.

Jacob, Jeffery, Proprietor.

Mound Mill ,
Corner Broadway and Labeaume Street,
North St. Louis,

Smith, B.Robinson, Proprietor.

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Thomas Campbell,
No. 85 Second Street,
St. Louis, Missouri,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Tobacco,
Snuff,
and
Cigars,
Would respectfully inform his friends, and the pub-
lic, that he keeps on hand, constantly, all kinds of
Chewing Tobacco, Snuff, and
Cigars,
Of the most approved brands and finest quality.

His Tobacco is manufactured of the finest leaf in the
market, and in the most careful manner.

He has received the premium for the last three years
for making the finest article of
Chewing Tobacco

☞ In the State. ☜

Country Merchants,
And dealers in the above articles, will find it to their
advantage to call and examine his stock,
Before they Purchase Elsewhere.

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James, O’connor.

Miles, P. O’connor.

Gentlemen’s
Fashionable
(No. 75.)

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(No. 75.)
Boot and Shoe
Manufactory.

J. & M. P. O’connor ,
Premium Boot & Shoe
Makers,
75 Chesnut Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

Keep constantly on hand, or will manufacture
to order, at short notice,
Superior French Morocco
and
Calf Boots & Shoes,
At the very lowest prices.

J. & M. P. O’C . would respectfully inform
the Gentlemen of St. Louis, that they work
nothing but
Kein’s best Philadelphia Calf;
And therefore can warrant their Boots to be equal to any
Eight Dollar Boots
Manufactured in this city.

A continuation of the favors of our old friends is solicited.

244 Advertisements.
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St. Louis Shirt Depot,
and
Gentlemen’s Furnishing Store,
No. 85 Main Street.

Parker & Co.Company ,
Dealers in
Stocks, Shirts, Collars, Bosoms,
Undershirts and Drawers, &c.

B. F.M’kenney, ,
Notary Public,
Commissioner of Deeds & Depositions,
and
Attorney at Law,
Office No. 23½ North Second Street,
(Between Pine and Chesnut Streets,)
St. Louis, Mo,

TheodoreKimm, ,
Wholesale Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic
Dry and Fancy Goods,
84 Main Street.

Adin W.Ayres, ,
Paper Hanger ,
No. 29 North Fifth Street,
In the rear of the Planters’ House.

Rooms, Bed Testers, Fire Screens, &c., &c., papered and
varnished, in a superior manner, and on the most reasonable
terms.

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Houseman & Lowry,
Commission Merchants,
and Proprietors of
Planters’ Tobacco Warehouses,
Corner of Washington Avenue and Second Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

Refer to

Messrs. J. & E. Walsh,
A. G. Switzer & Co.Company ,
Berthoud & Son,

Messrs. P. Chouteau Jr. & Co.Company ,
Loker, Renick & Co.Company ,
Henry Shurlds, Esq.

Root Porter,
Manufactured by
WilliamM’cann, ,
No. 251 Seventh Street, North of Wash Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

☞ This Porter. being manufactured from the most celebrat-
ed Roots in the United States, not only produces a healthy and
pleasant drink, but also acts as a powerful purifier of the Blood.
This Porter will be delivered to customers in any part of the
city, at the shortest notice.

WilliamMcCann, .

Mississippi Foundry.
224 & 226 N. Main Street,
St. Louis, Mo.
Gaty, M’cune & Glasby,
Manufacturers of all Kinds of
Steam Engines,
Brass and Iron Castings,
Machinery of all Kinds.

21*

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NathanielRobbins, ,
Manufacturer of
Mustard and Ground Spices,
Keeps constantly on hand,
Ground Coffee, Spices, Pepper & Mustard,
of the best quality, and put up in first rate order, at his manu-
factory, on the corner of Sixteenth-street and Franlin- av.avenue
Orders left at his establishment will be promptly filled, and delivered in any
part of the city.

R. L.Campbell, ,
Steel and Copper-Plate

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No. 24 Chesnut Street,
A Few Doors West of the Republican Office.

True Worthy Hoit ,
158 Brant’s Row, Third Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
Dealer in
Dry Goods.

Boston Store.

Flannels,
Cassimeres,
Sheetings,
Gloves,
Jeans,
Cloths,
Shirtings,
Laces,
Merinos,
Silks,
Linens,
Ribbons,
Alpaccas,
Satins,
Tickings,
Bonnets,
DeEcosses,
Vestings,
Drills,
Shawls,
Delaines,
Tweeds,
Checks,
Hosiery,
Satinets,
Velvets, Cambrics, Handkerchiefs.

☞ “Small Profits and Rapid Sales,” Is our motto. Call and examine.

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Mutual Indemnity.

St. Louis Home Mutual
Insurance Company ,
Office No. 90 Chesnut Street,
(Opposite the Post Office,)

B. F.Edwards, , President.
John M.Krum, , Treasurer.
John D.Peirce, , Secretary.

Every man insured by this institution is thereby a member,
and has a vote in the choice of its directory, and a voice in the
control of its affairs. On receipt of his policy the member de-
posits his note for the premium, the amount of which depends
on the sum insured, and the class of the risk. On this deposit
note ten per cent. is paid down to meet expenses, and the bal-
ance remains liable to assessment for losses, according to its
amount, though not oftener than once in a year. Should this
ten percentage prove sufficient to meet losses, as well as ex-
penses, no further payment on the note is required during the
six years for which the policy runs; and whenever the mem-
ber retires he receives his note. The company is bound by its
policies for a term of six years; the insured, at his option, for
only thirty days. Nine-tenths of the capital of the company
remains in the hands of the insured, free of interest; but by
virtue of the charter, it is secured to answer assessments,
through a lien on the property insured, and the lots on which it
stands. To insure a building of the best class of risks, to the
amount of $1,000, the insured would give his note for $40, 10
per cent. of which paid in advance, $4, and $1 for the policy,
would make only $5 for his first payment. As the policy runs
six years, much personal trouble and anxiety are saved to the
assured in not being required to make annual renewals of the
insurance. The company insure two-thirds of the estimated
value of buildings, and one-half of personal property.

All communications with the Office may be addressed to the
Secretary, at St. Louis. Blank applications will be sent wher-
ever requested.

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Jackson & Stillwell ,
Manufacturers of
Chemical Oil,
Spirit Gas, Alcohol and Neutral Spirits,
also, Every Variety of
Chemical Oil and Gas Lamps,
On hand and for sale on reasonable terms.

No. 42 South Main Street, St. Louis.

J. P. Eddy & Co.Company ,
Wholesale Grocers,
and
Commission Merchants,
No. 83 Water Street,
St. Louis.

☞ Particular attention paid to sales of produce.

James, M. Corse,
Wholesale and Retail
Druggist and Apothecary ,
69 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.

Keeps constantly on hand a full and complete assortment of
Drugs, Medicines, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass,
Surgical Instruments, Perfumery and Fancy Articles, &c.
wholesale and retail.

Mr. & Mrs. Smith’s
Seminary ,
for the Education of
Young Ladies,
No. 19 North Sixth Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

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New Music Store.

J. & J. R. Phillips’
Apollo Hall,
No. 39 Market Street,
St. Louis, Mo.,

Have constantly on hand and for sale, at their Music and
Umbrella Store, a complete catalogue of Vocal and Instrumental
Music. Also, a large and well selected stock of Piano
Fortes, among which are Timothy Gilbert’s, Hallet, Davis
& Co.’s, of Boston, and A. H. Gale’s, of New York. These
Manufacturers have received gold medals from the three last
Fairs in Boston and New York, for fine touch and good toned

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Musical Instruments and Musical Merchandise, among
which will be found—Orphyclide’s Bass Horns, Concert Horns, Cornet A’
Pistones, Valve Post Horns, Bass and Tenor Drums, Clarionets and Flutes,
from 5 to 10 keys; Violins and Bass Viols, of all
prices; Guitars of all kinds; Cymbals, Tamborines and Banjos; E Flat and C Key Bugles; Stage
and Hunting Horns, Bass, Tenor and Alto Trombones; Flageolets and
Fifes; Trumpets, of various kinds; Accordions, with and without semi
tones; Violin and Bass Viol Bows; English, French and German Clarionet
Reeds; Music Boxes, all prices.

A complete assortment of Violin, Bass Viol, Double Bass Viol and Guitar
Strings, of the best quality; Mouth Pieces, for all instruments; Tuning
Forks; Patent Heads, for Bass Viols and Guitars; Bridges for Violins,
Bass Viols and Double Basses; Tail-Pieces; Finger Boards and Pins, for
Violins and Guitars. Also, Refined Rosin, Bugle Crooks and Set Pieces
and various other articles. Instruction Books and Music, for all instru
ments, in great varieties.

Umbrellas and Parasols Covered and Repaired.

☞ Musical instruments, of all kinds, repaired; Violin and
and Bass Viol Bows re-haired; Canes mounted and varnished.

☞ The subscriber manufactures, and keeps constantly on hand a com-
plete assortment of Umbrellas, Parasols and Walking Canes, of every
price and finish Being a practical turner of Ivory, will keep on hand, or
make to order, Billiard, Bagatelle and Rondo Balls; also, Cues and Maces

N. B. The above establishment is not connected with any other music
store in this city.

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Andrews & Beakey ,
No. 43 North Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
Manufacturers of
Copper, Tin & Sheet Iron
Ware,
and Dealers in
Stoves, Grates, Hollow Ware, Castings, Kitchen
Hardware, Japanned Ware, &c.,
Wholesale and Retail.

Wm.William, J. Austin,
Real Estate Agent,
Auctioneer & Commission Merchant ,
No. 37 Locust Street, St. Louis, Mo.

☞Attends to Sales of Real Estate, Slaves, Live Stock,
Furniture, Wrecks, &c

Rio Grande
Restaurat and Coffee House.

Goldstein & Heiler ,
No. 42 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo.

Thos., B. Targee,
Auctioneer
and
Commission Merchant ,
No. 72 N. Main Street, St. Louis.

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Charles, F. Hendry,
Wholesale Dealer in
Finished Leather,
of all Kinds,
Commission & Forwarding
Merchant ,
Corner of Vine & Water Streets, St. Louis.

Refeerences.
St. Louis, Mo.
HenryVon Phul, , Esq.,
James, Harrison, Esq.,
Hugh, McShane, Esq.,
Kenneth, Mackenzie, Esq.,
Edward, Brooks, Esq.,
" Russell & Bennett ,
" Anderson & Conn ,
" Rasin, Cabanné & Co.Company ,
" King & Fisher ,
" A. S. Swearingen & Co
" Doan, King & Co.Company
" Child, Farr & Co.Company ,
David, Tatum, Esq.
New Orleans, La.
Theodore, L. McGill, Esq.,
Messrs. Smith & Brothers ,
Mark, Wilson, Fsq.
Refeerences.
Louisville, Ky.
Messrs. Cody & Ferguson ,
" Guthery & Tyler ,
Col. William Chambers.
Eddysville, Ky.
Messrs. Kelly & Co.Company
Maysville, Ky.
Messrs. W. & N. Poyntz.
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Messrs. J. W. & W. W. Cooper
Evansville, Ia.
J. W.Stephens, , Esq.
New Albany, Ia.
Messrs. J. Franklin & Co.Company ,
John, Brown, Esq.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Captain, James May.

Long Beards, Ahoi! Attention, Whiskers and Mustachios!!

N. D.Artist, ,

Performs scientific operation upon the upper or garret story
of man, in alamode style, at
No. 15 Pine Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
where, by the use of exquisite apparatus, (sharp razors and scissors,) hair, whis-
kers and mastachios, can be put in the most refined trim, and beards shorn in
little more than no time. Artist always keeps even pace with the improve-
ments of the age, and hereby banters the “Peruquier to his Majesty,” to a pre-
mium trial of skill, to be determined by the awarding Committee of the next St.
Louis Mechanics’ Fair.

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King & Co.Company ,
(Successors to M. Brown,)
62 Main Street, between Pine & Olive,
Saint Louis, Mo.,
Fashionable Clothing
and
Furnishing Store.

A complete and general assortment of Superior Ready
Made Clothing and Furnishing Goods, always
on hand, which are manufactured by themselves in the city of
New York. Buyers are invited to call and examine their goods,
where they will not only find the best and most fashionable
made garments, but decidedly cheaper than any other Clothing
House in the city of St. Louis.

Joseph S.Morrison, .

Jno. J.Anderson, .

J. J. Anderson & Co.Company ,
Exchange & Banking House,
Corner of Main and Olive Streets,
St. Louis, Mo.

Charles, Levy,
Draper & Tailor ,
No. 113 Second Street,
(Three Doors from Vine,)
St. Louis, Missouri.

A good assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres, and Vestings, always
on hand, which will be made up to order, in the latest
styles, and at the shortest notice.

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A. R.Everist, .

SamuelRodgers, .

Everist & Rodgers ,
No. 186 Main Street,
St. Louis, Mo.,
Manufacturers of
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware.

Steamboat Work
Done at Short Notice.

Copper Pipe, Breeches and Chimneys,
Made or Repaired.

Also, Distillery Work and Soda-Fountains.

Constantly on hand, an assortment of Tinware, Boat & Hotel
Stoves, &c.

Wm.WilliamD’Œnch, .

JamesPelloux, .

T.Ringeling, .

D’Œnch, Pelloux & Co.Company ,
N. E. Corner of Market & Second Streets,
St. Louis, Mo.

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Wholesale Dealers in, and Importers of,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Es-
sential Oils, Paints, Glass-ware, &c.

B.McAnulty’s,
Machine Bake-House,
No. 75 Water Street,
Three doors above Washington-avenue,
and
No. 174 South Fourth Street,
St. Louis, Mo.

☞ All the varieties of Loaf and Pilot Bread, Butter, Soda
and Water Crackers, &c.

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JohnLeach, ,
Nos. 190 & 192 Broadway ,
(West side of the North Market,)
Dealer in
Best Family Groceries, Wines,
Liquors, Crockery,
Glass and Queensware,
Domestics, Prints, Calicoes, Muslins, Cassi-
meres, Satinets, Jeans, Cotton and
Woolen Yarns,
Nails, Tar, Salt, and Every Kind of Country Produce,
Wholesale and Retail.

The Goods are all purchased in the Eastern markets.

☞Quick sales and small profits is the rule adhered to.

Goods sent to every part of the city
Purchasers in the city and country are invited to call.

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C. D. Sullivan & Co.Company ,
(Successors to Jaccard & Co.Company ,)

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Jewellers, Watch and Clock Makers,
No. 42 Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.

A large and well selected assortment of Clocks, Watches,
Jewellery and Silver Spoons, constantly on hand and for sale
low.

☞All kinds of Jewelry made to order, and neatly repaired.
The highest price paid for old Gold and Silver. Engraving
natly executed. All orders punctually attended to.

JohnBunding, ,
Wholesale Dealer in
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
Dye-Stuffs, Varnishes, Window Glass,
Glassware, Brushes, Perfumery, &c.,
No. 100 Main Street,
Saint Louis, Mo.

☞Sign of the Good Samaritan.☜

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Counting-House Almanac, for 1847.
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Dr.CorneliusCampbell, ,
Residence No. 343 South Fifth Street, three doors North
of Rutger Street.

☞ Office ☜

Corner of Market and Third Streets, (over Annan’s Drug Store.)
Entrance on Third Street.

☞Will attend to all calls in the line of his profession.

WilliamTellTavern, ,
No. 248
Main Street, between Cherry and Wash Streets,
Saint Louis,
Conrad Fox, Proprietor.

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The Male Department
of
G.
Writing Stylographic Card-Marking
Academy ,
Corner Fourth and Chesnut Streets,
St. Louis. Mo.

Hours from 10 to 12 M., and P. M., during the
Years; and from 7 to 9 from September to April
except on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

This Institution has been in successful operation during
the last four years, in which period its pupils have
produced specimens of improvement in the various branches
of the Chirographic Art, inferior to none in the west.

Mr. Ligget’s extensive practice and experience, as a
teacher, united to his mechanical and architectural knowledge,
together with his mode of imparting instruction,
enable him, most to assure the public that
all such as place under his charge, will,
in a very short time, become excellent penmen; and those
wishing instructions in business or ornamental penmanship,
or that beautiful art, Stylographic Card-marking, are respectfully
invited to call and examine for themselves.

Instructions Given without Time.

☞ Tuition Fees Payable in Advace ☜

Mr. Jonathanjones’
Commercial School,
and
Stewart’s
Mathematical Institute

Are connected with this

The Female Department of the Writing, and
Stylographic Card-marking Academy, No. Street.