NicollRaynor, . GeorgeKyler, .
N. Raynor & Co. ,
Rolling Mill & Spike Factory ,
Spike, Boiler & Tank Eivets,
Bridge Bolts and Spikes, Car and Street Railroad BoltB, Boat and Ship Spikes.
Counter-Sunk Head Spike Tor Flat Bar Rail.
We also make, by machinery, Bolts suitable for Machine Shop and Agricultural Implement Manufacturers.
Office. Eagle Foundry Buildings. North Main st.
Boiling Mill and Factory, Cor. Twelfth & Cass Avenue.
J. B.Ricords, ,
And Furnisher of Funerals,
Office, No. 115 Locust St., Between Fifth And Sixth Sts.
Metallic And Terra Gotta Cases Always On Hand,
Graves Furnished in all the Cemeteries.
Show Cases & Cabinet Furniture Wade To Order.
The State Savings Institution ,
Corner Of Main Aid Vine Streets.
Authorized Capital, $1,500,000
Subscribed Capital, 800,000
Board Of Directors.
HenryAmes, , JohnHow, , Jas . L.Waters, , R. J.Lockwood, , John J.Roe, .
JohnHow, , Pres't IsaacRosenfeld, jr., Cashier ,
Wm. F.Goopiiv, , Ass'nt Cashier .
☞ This Institution is prepared to receive on deposit specie and currency, buy and soli Exchange, collect notes,
etc.-city paper without charge. Office hours, from 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Offerings for discount to be made before 10
o'clock, A.M. Answers at 11 o'clock, A.M., daily.
Hart, Mapother & Co.
Sihographers & Trnamental tinters,
36. South Main lreet letm Chement & Pine
Saint Louis, Mo.
North Missouri R.R.
Open To Hudson.
Connects Closely With The Hannibal & St. Joseph R.R.
The only Reliable Route to Council Bluffs, Omaha, Bioux City, Atohison,
Doniphan, Weston, Leavenworth, and Kansas, carrying
the Great Through Mail!
On and after Sunday, February 27th, 1859, and until further notice, Trains will run as follows, viz :
St. Joseph Express,
St. Charles Accommodation,
Leaves St. Louis daily—except Saturdays—at 10 o'clock, p.m. Re-
turning, leaves Hudson, junction with the Hannibal & St. Joseph R.R.,
at 3 o'clock, p.m., arriving at St. Louis in time for the morning trains
of all routes East, North aud South.
St. Charles Accommodation, Leaves St Louis daily-except Sundays-at 4 o'clock,
p.m. Returning, leaves ferry landing, opposite St
Charles, at 8 o'clock, a.m.
Passengers, By This Route,
Avoid all River Navigation k Staging, and reach St. Joseph twenty-four hours in advance of any other Boute !
It is also the best, and, during the winter, the only route to
Hannibal, Palmyra, & All Points Adjacent To The Hannibal & St.Jo,R,R.
In Macon, Shelby, Marion And Ralls Counties.
Connects At Allen
With Stages for Glasgow, Fayette, Brunswick, Keytesville, Huntsville and Paris.
Connects At Mexico
With Stages for Columbia, Pulton and Paris.
Connects At Wellsburg
With Stages for Bowling Green and Louisiana.
Connects At Wentsville
With Stages for Troy, Bowling Green and Louisiana.
Omnibuses Will Cal At All Hotels And Private Residences,
By Leaving Card At The North Missouri R.R. Ticket Office, No. 40, under Planters' House.
Tickets can be obtained at the Depot, cor. North Market & Second sts. ,
Or at the Company'S Office, No. 40 Fourth St., under the Planters' House.
R.Walker, , Superintendent .
Hannibal & St. Joseph
Railroad & Steam Packet
The Cheapest, Quickest And Most Reliable Route
For Leavenworth City, St. Joseph, Nebraska City, Omaha, Council
Bluffs, and The New Gold Mines,
Being 150 Miles Further West, And 250 Miles Nearer Pike'S Peak
Than any other Railroad, carrying the Sreat United States Overland Mail and the U.s.south Express.
The Steamers Composing
The Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad Line,
Leave St. Louis Daily, At 2 P.M.,
Making connections at Hannibal with trains leaving there daily at 7 A.M., arriving at St. Joseph the same day at 7
P.M., there connecting with packets, which leave immediately on the arrival of trains for
Leayenworth City, Nebraska City, Omaha and Council Bluffs.
Time from St. Louis to St Joseph, 24 hours; Leavenworth
City, 30 hours; Nebraska City, 48 hours.
Pare Lower Than By Any Other Route.
Stages Leave St. Joseph, Daily,
For Lecompton, Geary City & Oscaloosa ,
Connecting with lines for Topeka, Lawrence and Fort Riley.
The Great Overland Mail For California Via Salt Lake,
Leaves St. Joseph every Monday—Through to San Franctteo in 26 Days!
The attention of Shippers is respectfully called to this Route, as it offers undoubted advantages over all others
rates as low as any other—time 48 Hours Quicker, and effecting an entire saving of Insurance.
For Through Tickets, (and the Only Route by which they can be
had to reach St. Joseph by Railroad,) and all information in St. Louis, apply on board
Wharf-boat, foot of Chesnut street, and on all the Railroad Packets.
P. B.Groat, , General Ticket Agent .
JosiahHunt, , Supt, Hannibal .
Espy & Duffer , Passkngbb Agents .
J. H.Bowen, , Gen. Agent , St. Louis.
R.G. Miller & Sons .
Britannia Ware, Lamps,
Looking-Glasses & c.corner>
Nos 11 & 13 North 2Nd Street,
Between Market & Chesnut Streets,
St. Louis. Mo.
Hall Mapother & c Lith no 36 N Main St.
T. SRogers, . Rrm.Cormick,
Rogers & Mc Cormick
Corner Fourth & Vine StsSt. Louis, Mo.
Entrance On Vine St.
Ubsdell, Peirson & Co
Importers Jobbers & Dealers In
Silks, Linens, Shawls,
Hosiery, Cloths, &C.
Fourth Vine & St. Charles Streets.
Saint Louis, Mo.
On The Forthcoming Work,
The Great West,
Her Commercial Metropolis,
This is the title of a new work now in press, which, on its completion, is destined to have a wide circulation from the
practical information which it will convey, of the fertile regions of the Great West, and particularly the great Mississippi
Valley; the dinercnt counties of the State of Missouri; and a detailed description of the Mound City, aud the extended
and various business ramifications which form the arterries of her existnece.
The work is on a most gigantic scale, the estimated cost being at least $15,000. It will contain biographies and
portraits of our leading citizens, and some'of the early pioneers of the country; engravings of the chief publie and
private buildings, and an authentic description of the leading firms in all the various business avocations.
It will be a book which the capitalist, agriculturist, the merchant, the manufacturer, and, in short, all who read and
desire information must consult with advantage.
We arc glad to see that there is such a work in progress, and that it will present a complete panorama and typo-
graphical view of our great city and State, so different from the catch-penny productions which have been formerly
afloat among us.
It will be published in a style suitable both to the library and drawing-room, and we call attention to the prospectus
in another portion of our columns.—Mo. Democrat, Feb'y 16th, 1859.
This useful work has commenced in thorough business style, which will bring it soon to a quick and successful
Mi. Edwahbs has employed a corps of efficient reporters, who are authorised to procure every reliable information
required in his great work now in progress. These gentlemen are now engaged in canvassing the city and State, and
the officers of our public institutions, corporate companies, and all business firms and citizens of the State, by giving
attention to, and answering their inquiries, will not only assist Mr. Edwards in his great and useful enterprise,
but will materially subserve their own interests-for the work will embrace all the historical and business features of
every county in the State, and all, in looking over its pages, will see at a glance the immense resources of Missouri and
St. Louis, and who are the prominent men that are directing its business currents, which give tho vitality and impor-
tance to our great metropolis.
We cordially hope all of our citizens will take an interest in a work of such material usefulness - Republican,
Feb'y 15th 1859.
We were shown by Mr. Edwards, on yesterday, a number of fine photographs, from which engravings are in progress
intending to illustrate bis great work now in the course of publication, called "The Great West, and her Commercial
Metropolis, St. Louis." The photographs are finely executed, and are made up of our oldest and most respectable citi-
iens. Among tho number, we saw one of Hon.F.P. Blair, Hon. Edward liates, H.D. Bacon, James H. Lucas, Thomas
Allen, and many others. Finely engraved plates of the Central Presbyterian Church, Second Presbyterian Church,
Church of the Messiah. New Custom-House, Court-House, and the prominent buildings, both public and private, are
ready to illustrate the work.
We have heretofore spoken favorably of this book, and wish to draw public attention to its value and usefulness, as it
will contain a full history of the State, and all of her great business ramifications will be prominently displayed to
the world.-Mo. Democrat, Feb'y 21st, 1859.
We call the attention of our readers to the Prospectus of a new work, which appeared in the Neva yesterday, now in
the course of publication. It purports to give a general history of the West; but the description of the Mississippi
Valley, the various counties of the State of Missouri, and all the manifold variety of business, which give its vital ele-
ments, will form the main features of the publication. The work will bo illustrated with most beautiful and expensive
engravings, consisting of the most interesting portions of History, the prominent Buildings of St. Louis, both of public
and private enterprise. Portraits of the living, as well as the dead, of the illustrious citizens identified with the progress
and advancement of City and State, with their Biographies, together with a History of the different Railroads, and a
narrative of the extent and resources of the chief business firms, will make the book one of utility, and give it an
St Louis, the State of Missouri, and. in fact, foe whole Union, will be benefitted by the publication of such a work.
The jndustnous citizen will be induced to migrate from the crowded marts of the Eastern cities to an ampler field ; the
capitalist and merchant abroad will see the resources of our City and State, and the one will be induced to invest his
funds where they will be the most available, and the o ther know in what manner to increase their commercial relations.
Such a work is much needed, as it will convey an accurate idea of the magnitude of the business of Missouri and the
immense agricultural and business resources of the great State.-St. Louis Evening News, Feb'y 20th, 1859.
We have seen a number of finely executed photographs of some of our oldest and leading citizens, from which enirrfty-
mgs are executing to adorn the above-mentioned work. Among the number are thote of Col. Johu O'Fallon, James H.
Lucas. Hon. Edward Bates, Hon. Trustcn Polk, Hon.L. M Kennett, Theron Barnum, H.D. Bacon, Hon. John F.
Darby, Thomas Allen, Samuel Gaty.Hon.F.P. Blair, jr., and many others.
There a re also fine illustrations of some of our principal public buildings, and we have seen fine impressions of the new
Custom-House, Court-House, Church of the Messiah, Central Presbyterian Church and St. Louis University with others
that ornament our city. Also, some fine manufacturing establishments.
The work will be gooten up without regard to cost, and the "Mound City " will be displayed in a manner creditable
to the prominent position she occupies among the great Metropolis of our Union.-Mo. Republican, Feb'y 20th 1859
Copies Of The Work Will Be Sold To Subscribers Only.
Published by L. Bushnell, 97 Fourth Street.
Stereotype & Electrotype
S.W.Cor. Of Second And Market Sts.,
The Attention Of
Publishers, Printers, Engravers, and the Public generallg,
Is Called To The Above Establishment.
I Am Prepared To Execute All Orders, Such As
Stereotyping & Electeotyping
Books, Pamphlets, Blanks,
Newspaper Advertisements, Music Books, Labels, Stamps, Cuts & C.,
In the best style of the Art, at short notice and Eastern Rates.
In possession of all the Modern Improvements in Material,
And Having Employed
The Most Experienced Men,
All Orders Will Be Executed Equal To Any Eastern Establishment.
Henry Pike & Co. Henry Pike'S U.S. Whiskey Saint Louis Mo
Henry Pike'S Fessamine Whiskey Saint Louis Mo
Bourbon Bhiskies &
Domestic Liquors of
The Latest Improved Methods
& Qualities equal if not superior
to any made in the United States
105 & 106 Levee,
St. Louis, Mo.
Lith Hart Mapother & Co No. 36 N Main St. St Louis.