for Ladies and Gentlemen ,
South-East Corner Washington Avenue and Third Street,
St. Louis, Missouri.
Established in 1841.
Incorporated by the General Assembly, January 24, 1849.
with Full Authority To
“Grand Diplomas, Award Degrees, Confer Honors, and exercise all and
singular the Privileges common to Commercial Colleges
authorized by law in other States.”—Charter, Section 2.
A Full Course of Instruction in this Institution embraces
Special Instructions given in the Art of Detecting Counterfeit Money.
Gentlemen can enter for the course separately and at any time, as instruction
is imparted individually and not in classes, each department being independent
of the other and under the control of a professor educated for the special duties
of that department in which he is employed.
For Circulars, containing information in regard to the Terms, Course of In-
struction, Rules for Detecting Counterfeit Bank Notes, Weights of Produce, etc.,
call at the Book-Keeping Department, or address
Jonathan, Jones, St. Louis, Mo.
Commercial College.—Probably there is no name in the Western country more familiar to
the people than that of Jonathan Jones,
the founder and proprietor of Jones’ Commercial College.
for a successful business education, his institution is fraught with advantages surpassed by none in
the Western country. A young man in a few months is fitted to enter at once upon the practical du-
ties of the counting-house, and some of the first business men and book-keepers in St. Louis have re-
ceived their instruction in the lucid and practieal manner imparted at this Institution.—|[Edwards’
Report of the late Fair, 1859.