Green's St. Louis directory :
Saint Louis Directory 93
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JonathanJones’,
Commercial School ,
Corner of Fourth and Chesnut Streets,
St. Louis, Mo.

This Institution, for the last four years, had been devoted to the
instruction of Gentlemen in

Double-Entry Bookkeeping and Commercial
Calculations,
upon principles practically adapted to business purposes, the
pupil being conducted through the bona fide operation of the
Counting-house without the use of 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 committee of accountant of his
own choosing, in every case, is guaranteed.

Tuition Fees, in no case, is demanded in advance; and the
pupil has the reserved right of reviewing, during life, free of
charge.

Reference given to pupils in charge of books.

Steamboat Bookkeeping.

Special attention given to those wishing instruction in Steam-
boat Bookkeeping, and jsut as practical a knowledge guaran-
teed as can be obtained on any boat.

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Complicated entries adjustted, and counsel given in the
opening and closing of Books, either at the room, or place of business.

C. M.Ligget’s,
Writing Academy ,

In connection with this School, affords facilities never before
equalled in this city, to impart a plain, free and bold business
hand; at the same time, all the varieties of Ornamental and
Fancy hands, with that chaste, beautiful Art of Stylographic
Card-Marking, executed in a style not improved in any simi-
lar Institution.