The Saint Louis directory,for the year 1842 ... with a sketch of the city of Saint Louis ..
Rates Of Storage.

Per Month.
Each hogshead Tobacco, $00 50
" Sugar, 50
" Molasses, 75
" Bacon, 37½
Each pine or hhd. liquor, 50
Each hogshead Oil, 50
Each tierce Oil, 37½
Each " Rice or Flaxseed, 25
Each bbl. Salt, 8
Each bbl. Oil, Molasses, of For-
eign Liquors,
12½
Each bbl. Whiskey, Cider, Su-
gar, Fish, Lard, Pork or Beef,
10
Each bbl. Flour, Apples, Bread
and Beans,
Each 100 lbs Bacon, in boxes, 8
Each keg of Lard, 3
Each box Scap or Candles, 3
Each box Wine,
Each box Raisins or drum Figs, 3
Each bos Window Glass, 5
Each hlf box do 3
Each 100 lbs. Hempen Yarn, 5
" " Hemp, in bales,
" " Bales Rope, 5
Each piece of Bagging, 50 yds.
or less, (longer in proportion,)
5
Per Month.
Each 100 lbs. Cordage, (tarred
or white,)
5
Each 100 pounds Salted Hides,
" " Dried Do., 10
Each crate and cask Queens-
ware, (small size,)
25
Each crate and cask Queens-
ware, (large size,)
37½
Each bag Coffee, Pepper and
Pimento,
10
Each 100 pounds Iron, Steel,
Lead and Shot,
5
Each 100 pounds manufactured
Tobacco,
Each 100 pounds, Dry Goods, or
other Merchandize in assorted
lots,
10
Each bag Salt, (large size,) 10
" " " (small size,)
Each keg white lead, 2
" " Nails, 5
" ton Dye-wood, $1 00
" hamper bottles, 18¾
Each ream writing and wrap-
ping Paper,
1
Each cask Cheese, 8
Each 100 pounds Tea, 10
Other articles in proportion.

For the second and succeeding months, one-half of the above Rates to
be charged. The Rule, under the head "Commissions," respecting fire,
robbery, theft, &c., to apply, also, in the case of Storage.