Station No. 1, N.W.cor. Carr aad Main street; Key at Kohler & Siever' s, same oorner, and at Renfrew,
Crozier & Pomeroy's, Main street.
Station No. 2, Liberty Engine House, cor. Broadway and Franklin avenue ; Key at A. & C. Pasquier's,
Station No. 3, New City Market, Broadway and Biddle streets ; Key at St. Louis Hall, Opposite, and with
Station No. 4, S.E.cor. Columbia street and Broadway ; Key at F. Rohlfs, same corner.
Station No. 5, S.W.cor. Wash and Eighth street; Key at Feiler's Grocery, same cor., and at Kaiser's
Station No. 6, N.W. oor. Ninth and O'Fallon streets ; Key at Herber's, same corner, and Salzmanu &
Nast's Grocery, opposite.
Station No. 7, N.W.cor. Eleventh street and Christy avenue ; Key at Capt. Couzins', same corner.
Station No. 8, Franklin Engine House, Eleventh street, betweea Wash and Carr ; Key at Engine House.
Station No. 9, S.W.cor. O'Fallon and High streets; Key at Cornet's Grocery, same corner, and at
Wade's Plaining Mill.
Station No. 10, S.W.cor. Franklin avenue and l5th street; Key at F. Tutenbergh's Bakery, 300 Franklin
Station No. 11, Blind Asylum, Morgan street; Key at J.D.McAuliffs, 463 Morgan street
Station No. 12, Jefferson Engine House, Franklin avenue, near 23rd street; Key at Engine House.
Street And Cass Avenue.
An alarm of fire for this District will be five blows on the bells, with an interval of three seconds between
each blow. Repeated four times, with an interval of fifteen seconds between each alarm.
Station No. 1. Mound Engine House, Broadway ; Key at Engine House.
Station No. 2, Sturgeon Market. Broadway and North Market street; Key at O'Gallagher's Drugstore,
and M'Kie's Drugstore, opposite corners.
Station No. 3, Ashbrook's Pork House, Broadway and Tyler ; Key at Office of Pork House.
Station No. 4, Bremen Exchange, Broadway and Salisbury street; Key at Hoffman's Drugstore, opposite
corner, and at C. Crone's Dwelling, Broadway.
Station No. 5, St. John's Church, S.E.cor. 14th and Madison street; Key at C. Kleine's, opposite oor.,
and with J.J. Fisher, teacher in basement of Church,
Ten blows on the bells, with three seconds interval, will indicate that the fire is out.
Located west side Eleventh street, between Wash
RichardBeggs, , Captain .
JohnstonBeggs, , Engineer .
Located on Washington avenue, between Seventh
JohnBame, , Foreman .
Charles H.Rigdon, , Engineer .
Located on South Third street, between Elm and
William B.Trowbridge, , Engineer .
EugeneAlcan, , Captain .
Located west side Broadway, between Mound and
William D.Pallies, , Captain .
OscarScudder, , Engineer .
Located on the east side of Seventh street, between
Pine aud Olive.
Philip H.Branson, , Captain .
JohnBailey, , Engineer .
Located corner Carondelet and Park avenues.
JacobTrice, , Captain .
IsaacThomas, , Engineer .
Located on Market street, between Fourteenth and
John H.Roever, , Captain .
JohnEmery, , Engineer .
Located corner Franklin avenue and Twenty-third
DanielHazard, , Steward .
Located on Broadway, between Destrehan and Mal-
WilliamKing, . Steward .
Located west side Fulton street, between Russell
and Ann avenues.
JamesRemington, , Steward .
Instituted February, 1839; located corner Locust
and Third streets.
JohnPauly, , Captain .
L R.Wohlien, , Secretary .
S.Hunt, , Treasurer .
Located on Chesnut street, between Third and
A. C.Hall, , Captain .
HowardTemple, , Assistant .
The Supreme Court is held in the city of Washing-
ton , D.C., and has one session annually, commencing
on the fist Monday in December.
Chief Justice —Roger B.Taney, , of Maryland.
Associate Judges —JohnMcLean, , of Ohio ; Jas.
M.Wayne, , of Georgia ; JohnCatron, , of Tennes-
see; Peter V.Daniel, , of Virginia; John A.
Campbell, , of Alabama; SamuelNelson, , of New
York ; Robert C.Grier, , of Pennsylvania; .Nathan
Clifford, , of Maine.