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DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS
WM,2Vk.STUFF8, ETC.,
Otineeite the Court tleuse, St. Charles, Mo,
fthmry t ! fcT It?
WASHINGTON HOUSE:
rilLLIF ZOLLMAN, Proprietor,
Cornir of Sixth sod Clay Street,
ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI.
THIS Howe, hiving been Newly Fnrnlshed
fn th accommodation of the travelling pub
lic. oM a oat respectfully solicit a ''
nfcltoMtroaMO. Duardors will always find good
led aid nrst rate board. A very large wagon
yard and lUblet are alio attached to thli bouie.
February t 1868 nT lyr .
oT SCHWEIKHER'S
wm a Jkt- at-. k d mr9
Main fit. near KIlngeriMlll,
ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI,
RBBPfl always on hand the belt I.ager Br
foreign and domcitlo Wines and Liquor,, alio
everything la the eating line generally kept In
Beer Saloons, such ai Swiss and Llmburg Cheese,
alt kind! of Sausage,, Oyiterj, Sardine,, Her
tinge, take Trout, White Ush, (lame c.
Vobraary 9 18C8 n" lyr
CA1RIA0E MANtFACTOKV.
8T. CHARLE3, MISSOURI.
THE subscriber having purchased the Carrlogo
Manufactory of 0. Jloven, Invites thoio Liv
ing work to do in hit line of buslnc.i, to give him
a- call. Partlonlar attention paid to repairing.
Charge moderate. "CHRISTIAN felllUU.
HT, CHARLES HOVsiT
EMILB THRO, Proprietor.
Corner Main tt itadiio St. near thcCvtirt Ilovt',
' ST. CHARLES MO.
JVbruiry 9 l?C(5 m7 lyr
I.oaia Elsercr. Touls t-'auuUou,
3 EISEBER & r.ULSTICH,
MERCHANT TAILORS;
And Dealers in
Ready Mad a Clothing
HATS, CAPS, &c
Main Street, Opposite American House,
ST; CHARLES, MO.
February J 18C6 n7 lyr
FREMONT HOUSE,
Be&rtittg House and Deer Saloon.
J
401N F. DIE KEK, Proprietor.
Main Street, above tho N. M. It H Depot,
ST. CHARLES MO.
TravolewwlUflnd good accommodations at this
beat. largo Wagon Yard and gwi stable,
are attached: to It.
febrnftry It 14 n7 1 yr
FRAHCIS OBERKOETER,
MMiUFACTtmEH Si DKALEIt IN
BOOTS & SHOES!
Corner of JIain and Washington strvrts,
ST. CHARLES, MISSOURI.
K-bruar7 C 1W0 n lyr
HEKiflW EXCUAIVCSE,
B "ST C, KUHI-;
No. U' Till litrcot, tctw Poplar Si Cerre,
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
February 1' ltS4 u" lyr
HEttMAXX ItOLWEV,
M A!f tTPACTURER & DKAI.ER IN
SHOES.1
BOOTS AND
. . .
Main Btreet.noxl Door to the City Hotel,
kiL rhavlfft Wa .
,.,..,.
JTOOEPH LUTOLF,
LICDPIflKIT TAII flD
iii l it u r n ii i iniLuih
' i
MA1H STREET, AT THE
' I
I,1
'
. r-. . waf oMK.Bi.ii
new Tur auwwm buh.wiimu,
ST. THAMES, MO.
february 0 1846 n7 ly
C. at. KUavtanaalrr
ValentiM Moor.
FIRST MT10ML SALOON.
' ELAC8TEBMEIB t BIORE'S
wine & beer saloon
a ...riii......
ST CII'ARLES mOmiXX
v .. '. ... ! ono und a half miles casts of Moscow mill. "
Keeps eoaeunuy on nanu tuo oc.v umUU., ...
ehoiieei hrelfit a.id native wines and fresh beer
Fcbraavy 9 lew ly
1
aipui YORK SALOON
.
'PHIS saloon Is furnl.hed with two billiards,
J. and keeps on hand the bent kind of Lager
Beer, Wines and Liquors. Oysters raw, stewed
er fried at all hours. feb. 9 1866 n'ly
JULIUS A. HENtf ING
So. 10 Market Street, South West corner of 3d,
ST. LOUIB, MO.
Bookbinder Job Printer,
and
LANK BOOK MAKER.
?i iatlac Job d Ruling donk on liUr.v! Ituoi
rervi7 1SH m1 y
GERMAN BEHTUET, rroprieior,
S"r VHM' TuA pa0havo
ST. LliAULhS. NO. ing to buy will do well to give him a call. For verfeotcd a svstem of.mailcdcto by which
THE LADTS FBIEND
A MoHlhty Mftgaclne or Literature'
aid Fashion.
The Lady's Friond is devoted to choioo
Literature and the illustration or tho
Fashions, and also contains l no latest
alcrn or iionnctj, uioaics, caps, neaa
iressos, Fancy Work, Embroidery, Ac.
with Receipts, music, and matters goncr
crally interesting to ladies. It is edited
by Mrs. Henry Peterson who will rely
npon the services in the Literary Depart
ment of largo number of tho best writers.
A handsome steel engraved colored
Fashion Plato will appear.
Terms Ono copy one year 82,50; two
copies, 84; tour copies, So; eight copies
(and one Gratis,) 816; twenty, (ana one
gratis! gdo; ono copy cacu ol too liaiiy a
ieiend, and the l'ost, 4.
Single numbors of tho Ladys rnend
(postage paid by usj 25 cents.
The contents of the Lady's Friend and
tho Post will always be entirely different.
Address UtiAUUfl & JriSTEnnUri.
No. 310, Walnut strcot, Philadelphia.
r,
ST. LOUIS TTFE FOUNDRY CO. .
'No. e JPlae Street,
Wit"
ej
MemuSfcotur euia fUsruiahJ
MACHINK ANP HAND
METAL AND WOOD TYPE,
leriVt, Sales, Cum, iim,
SlitkvCtlle
riaaacaurJ' ;
iorma.jriav I
tn nor martmo tiiii i
ti coaiura raorruo orma. jnav
PRINTING !PAPER
. all eisae, of oood o.triirrr.'y MR
. . . a. .S'k
vuxuiGU auu iuouuia ayvi,
Nete, ktur, Cap, Flat Car, Cnamtr-
ciaj, racaei, ana rono ro.i nper.
TWhlt, and Colored, all qnalltlca, ,
4 HAND STAMPS, V
ft BEAIiB AND BEAL P BESSES, 4c. 1
tail of which will bo nld at low prices for
' Vroprlttors of Vewspapers publlililnx Hitsadrrr
tkrmcnt, incixdimo Tina ncjtb, to amount of Ten
Dollar,. and Mtidlncusacoiiy or tbelrtapcr at II,
first tmertlon and one at ibellmeof It.tirbCODtlnii
nre. will be allowed tbclr bill, when they imrcbam
nvellmeaibe amount In type or otter material of
our own manulBcture. -
n- Will furnlib Electrotype ronln of the adver
thtmentta partlee taat semi ft, tacui. m
.luvp llogy. It- M. l'ry.
BOGY 8L FRY,
Commission & Forwarding
3VEERCKCA3SI TS,
No. 17 S. Main & is Commercial 51s.
EXCHANGE BUILDING
SAINT LOUIS.
AOINTH FOIl
Cone Plaur Mill mid other Brands.
February 2 1S60 n tlx limp
Frank Von Phul. A. P. Haugraiu,
C. W. I'rnncN,
VON PHUL SAUGRAIN & CO.
GKNUHAL
Commission Merchants,
AND DK.VLEBS IN
iLIhp, t'emeul, Plaster rails, &c.
no. -l- iorin cccona oirect,
ST- louis.
warehouse, in. 11a norm Jievec.
February 2 U89 n si I tin
.
mam making
AIVD i ARlE.TERIIi.
,T K undcrtlgnod would Inform tho citizens
X Troy and viodnlty, that ho has opened ai
shop In Troy, la the Old Church, ono door South
ihoi
rs
nan
oi .Mr. nwoeneys itovision store, wnere ne is pre-1
narca to attend to all calls In bis lino, lie win.
'bu
' build or ranalr House, mako anil mend Wasons
,ho ihoVtt notice, and a, chean and a, e?ood
as any of his neichbom.
I All Job work, such as mending and repairing,
will receive prompt attention.
Will bo mtdo' tu or.Icr on a few hours notice.
A sharo of nublio patronage Is most respectfully
'solicited. J. li. MIliLEK.
Dec. S3 1865.
j FRUIT AND
Ornamental Trees.
T'HEonderslirncd has now a lorgo and iplendld
u f u , , d , f lh
j "Qif KIND
anii oeint acclimated to tbti soil, tho chance fo
I u, 7iui bundled fit llul greaUr than tba
i brought from a distance.
His Kvcrgreons
. further particulars, applv at the Nursery to
AYLKTT M. RIIIII.TR.
lee. 20 18Bi.
Wliittonhail
-j
ailU UIIUUIIUHU
a '
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
ininDn rsnvira na?D
ajviiauun, jajii,aMujia
T-iatli and Shingles,
Also, Manufacturers of
SASH, Duons, DLIND, C.
Lnmbcr Yard 421 Broadway, Sash Factory
and riaulng Mill, Locust strcot, between Third
anll'ourtb, ST. I.OU1S, MO.
Allkimlj oMicsd lumber, moulding, Ac, on
hind, llull liii,! of .ill kindt and job work alien-
bind.
mil a. no i. iy.
Hew Wholesale Draff Home
SCOTT & MELLIER;
No M3 M,n 8, Corner of Washington
Avenue ST. LOUIS) MO.
FRESH GOODS & LOW PRICES
FOR CASH.
WE have in itoro and are dally receiving a
targe" and full aisortmcnt of all such articles
uiually kept by
Wholesale Druggists
To which we call the attention of
APOTHECARIES A'.GENEIUL DEAL
ERS IN THE COllYTBY k CITT.
Oar entire atock was bought when prices were
At Ibelr Low st & Gold at 130,
Thereby enabling us to defy all competition.
Buyers wll do well to glvo ue a call.
Scott & Mellier,
No. 141 North Main at; St. Louli.
January 20 160 n'j six tu. -
p hcTt.o graphs
AND AMBRf-YPES.I
1. D. VANDEVENTER.
170UMBRT.Y of Louisiana, Mo. bavins ar
. ranced a New and iplendld SKY-LIU ill
GALLERY
In Troy, is prepared to mako Photographs and
Ambrotypcs in tho very
BEST STYLE OF THE ART.
Ho respectfully solicits Ladlci and Gentlemen to
' .- i m-j irvr in tt xrmtk-
.call and t..AMUL, Ulf nvlti. I
Especial pains taken tn copying and enlarging
OLD PICTURES. I
My terms nro rcasonnlle, and satisfaction Is
guaranteed; but can not bo rcspontlblc fur stylo
of dren or cxprcislon of countenance.
January 2'J 1600. ni-'im
M ATT. R ULLElv, '
Kttmlcr G3 North Fifth Street,
Opposlto Mercantile Library, j
'
BOOK SBLLER &. STATIONER.
Orders from tho country promptly attended te.
January 2,1 ISflO ni ly
JO. R. MARTIN, & CO.,
Commission Merchants,
No. 21 locust Street,
;ndcr Merchant's Bank, nol.yr Sr. l.ot.s
INSURANSiEJ
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP rREEPORT, IEEIK0IS,
CHARTER PERPETUAL,!)
Guarantee Capital authorized by.tho
State of Illinois, $100,000.',
Accumulated Oapltal unllmlted.'nowover
$200,000 and constantly Increasing:
INSURES LIVE STOCK AND AM.
OTHER PROPERTY AGAINST
ALL DAMAGE BY.
LIGHTNING.
m , m ' -
farra.r., ami owner, ct Owell'inK,, looV t our lntc.
ntu, and kaure In this " HOME COMfASY.V We
olw you the bt.t of Indemnity at ttlr ratca,
. DIUKCTORS:
I. B. WAUBOIlSE, , I
M. O.fromlUlaol,.
J. WILSON SHArrKR,
Ol'k Clr, Court SKptienMn
Co., III.
WM. 8. GRAY,
Treat, of Stephenson, Co.
F. W. 8. BRAWLKY.
All' at La. Freeport, 1)1.
CUARLES DKEIrE, , " .
I'low Maaufscturtr, '
MoUne, IU.
ROBEItrn. OETTEHX,
iicpt. u. 0. iiMcuor,
Freeport, IU.
WM. WAONF.lt, Sen.,
tauor usuwucr Ausei
set. yr.onuit. III.
J. F. ASUKNY.M. I),,
Agncuiiiirw, nepon, ui.
T. OBMSBEK,
iaai or eiepacoHn wo.
Court.
11ICHAEL SCIlAKFFKIt,
Atl'y al Law. ruioci, jn.
VII. Q. M ADDEIX,
der, freeport, IU.
NurNryoao, Oiegoo, SI.
OFFICERS :
r.
A WILSON SHAFFER,
WM. B. GRAY, v T
vice President.
T. ORUSBZB, ,
WU. O. WADDKLT.
maatai.
Treaiurer.
J. M. STRONO.
0. 0. BEST, 0fCT,w';
Deputy Secretary.
nanaser oe Local ageaii. i
Unquestionably tho best sustained
Worn oj tae jemu tag rronu.
Harpers New Monthly Magazine.
Notices or the Pbess,
It is tho foremost Magazino of tho day.
Tho firesido never had a mora delightful
comnanion nor tho milli
ion a more on-
d than Harpers Magazine.
Metlwdut Ptokttant.
Tho most popular magazine in tho
World. If. Y. World.
r ,Aho v? .UBeS r " C0?,8l,tUt0 01 tU10im-
i solves a library of miscellaneous reading
such as cannot he found in tho samo com-
perfected a syste
leucto by w
Waabltr
"WJ BUIT.V ""b"""" " --V
promntlv to thoso who prefer to reccivo
thoir periodicals direct from tho (Waco of
puuucation.
. Thn nnelnntn An llamnr. iMnrrnvinn ifl 24.
cents a yoar, which must ho paid at tho
subscribers p
BUDscrioors post ornco.
Harpers Jlagazino ono year 84 00
An extra copy ot cttticr tno Magazino
or tho Weeklj, will bo furnished gratis
to OVCry club of UVO subscribers, at 84
each, to Olio rcmittilliuc, .or six copies for
twenty dollars. AddlCSH
HARPER & BROTHERS,
Franklin Sduarc. New York.
'
SANDFORD G. SCARRITT'S
NEW
FURNITURE
WAREROOMSi
No. 44 Market Street, Near Sud Street,
St. Louis, Missouri,
TUB nndcnlgncd has just opened a iuporlo
assortment of Furniture, consisting la part of
PARLOR FURNITURE,
Soas, Centre TMe$, Chain, de.
Dining- ItoOB Furniture,
Extension Tables, Sideboards, Common Leaf
Tablo, Chairs, Ac.
B D ROOM FURNITUR ,
Bedsteads,
Bureaus, Wasfi
Stands, Mirrors,
, Bedding, Mattresses,
Pillows, Bolsters, dc
Togother fflth
GREAT VARIETY
Of elegant, common k medium furniture, which
ho will tell at tho very lowest prices,
Wholesale and Retail.
Having obtained tho most experienced and best
nacKcrsoi turntiuroin tuoctty, customers may ro
Jy upon thclrgood. being packed ni they cliould
0, vmg no partners wuti wnoni to mvtuo
urnAt,. nnd enmtmrittve v .null exnciikci. v.-t
with iinequatcd facilities, ho can and will sell
w1' - Ctt11
No. 11 Maikct Street, St. Louis.;
no.Stf.
REMOVED.
H
P R O U M E T
TlAVlXtl CI.OSUIl HIS OLD STAND nt N...
11 132 Mntti street, hits opened n NUW LVj-
TABLISIl.MUNT nt
No. 9 North Fourth Street.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
llls new rtorc has been fitted up in n style ufj
ft" fXn'S
EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JKWULUV,
CLOCKS AND S1LVEH WABE
of cvcryWaricty and 'ti.ilil.v and of the very lat.
ctt patcm,.
1 1 o is prepared to rrsct .mioii. fniM, m.iko to
order all kinds ol S'i7r ll'urc aJ Ifulr mirk and
to (klllfullv rcpalryinc Wutcliu and Jcieclry.
jan i., leo.i, -im
SLIGO IKON STORE,
268 North 2nd Street,
ST. LOUIS.
Keeps constantly on hand nil sizes
or
IRON & STEEL!
of tho best quality and
Lowest Prices lorCnKh.
All workers of Iron and Steel aro cor
tally Invited to give ourbrands a trial .
The neat In the Cheapest,
jan'y 12 1808 GEO. D. I1ALL.
OEORGF, C. KI.TIBROUfill,
DEALER IN
AHats Caps Millinery
AMR STRAW GOODS,
AT WHOLESALE,
No.. 77 Norlfc Main Street, St Louis.
January 12 lgso n3tf
C. S. RUSSELL,
Successor to '
EDWARD MEAD AND GO.
Corner of Firth and Olive Sts. St fcouie,
DEALERS IN
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES
of all tho eclobrated makors.
Mounted and unset.
Jewelry of all tho most fathlonablotylcs
Silver Waro of their own manufacture.
Clocks, Bronzes, Vases,
Toilet Ornaments, Jewel Caskets, Work Dozes,
Vans, Combs, Jowclry, Silver and Haft
work mado to order. Precious stones
reset and Watches skillfully repaired."
Strangers visiting St. Louts will fl.-.d this one
of tho handsomest stores In tho city, and will at
nil times receive pollto attention, whether they
wish to purchase or not. Jan'y 12 Icqq 8tf
MISSOURI HOTEL,
St. CharleN, JIo.
J, We LINK, Proprietor.
bis hou o is (1 ted up in good style and Is
filrt ilass hotel. JaulJ, icec uu.3. If
MRS. DAVIS1
HOARDING HOUSES
No. 47 South Fourth Street,
ST. tOUIS, MO.
Transient, Wekly and Day Boarders accommo
dated on reasonable terms.
GRAY & GITERDAN,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS:
South East Corner ol'
MARKET AND SECOND STREETS,
and 82 North Fourth Street,
S. Louis, Missouri.
Jan'y 12 18cfi. n3tf
F. IIAFKEMEYER,
113 N. 4th St. Cor. Vine,
ST. LOUIS, .llo.
Carets,
Oil Cloths,
Hearth Buys,
Window Shades,
and Straw Matting,
January 12 18C0. n3tf
WATCHEST"
A LARGE STOCK OF
GOLD AND SILVUli WATCHES,
AMERICAN, ENI.IMH1I AND
SWISS WATCHES
OF TIIK BUST M.IK UK,
Wllilo S: IZtita.il.
jiinn: SYI.VKSTLT.,
Ni. " Nith Main Slrcel, St. To.ulf, MI?outl
Dtvi'Uiber 1'J lSili.
Attoi'nc .v 11 i li a v :
Trutoii, Miiriiln Cuiinty, Mo.
Vf 1M. prt-'ieo in all the fmrU .f the tbir-l
lii lii'i.il (,'iiTiiit. All bii'lni- I'lili uatcd to
111 cite will ! piuiuptly attiudvd to.
!. 1'.', ISflS. nt
JAMES A. WARD,
Ili,ysicin.ii ?t SiiiK'c,,
onieeo!!? lvo: Ni.itbjd Hart and Siimti.
T1H) . .Mu-
p.ocuibi'i I.', IMij.
1.1
JAiEIS .11. Ht l-I'LI-W,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND
M 1 1 I T A 1 V (.' L A I M A t i K N '
TltOY, l.lnroln fijiinl . .1! ...
I Mire in tlii Conn It' .
Dee. 12, lr.i. i.l
Wfl!,ffiIAM
A.ttornc'.v at. liiiw,
TROY, LINC'.JLN t'OCNTV, MU.,
OITi'-c in (lie Court 11. .a .
Deectubrr 12, I s(15. Ill
f. t; williaws,
Attorney it i Linv,
AM)
NOTARY PUB.IC,
.Tru.vtoii, Liiirolii;'oiiii(y
' h IrirfO I'll I.
December 12, ISO... nl ly
DtAhKU IN
STOVES -V T J
TIN WARE;
TllOY, MISSOURI,
Ki:r.I'. mi ban 1, or will fill all i.iJ.H in hi
line un tlio ehortett iiotioe.
A i;o(..l ei.'ordnrnt of Tin warn nlway . niilinnd.
Ahndlng'niid guttering i.roiully attended tu.
Doe. 22, IStlS. nl
JOHN W. DAVIS,
IAinrnmlinn' C. T'...,;t,i.!.
'Orntirulll V COIIIIUtSMIOU
to
TWRKflll A IVTT:
M.J
Number 75 North Second Stl' Pft
(Bet, Olive and Locust,)
SAINT L0VI8, HISS0VBI.
Orders for all kinds Mcrchandlto filled prcwptly
b ivwvst casa liriccs.
Dec. 20 1605
KstahUshcd In 1814.
PAUL P. PATHCEN,
Wholesale dealer in Foreign
AND DOMESTIC
WINES AND ' LIQUORS.
Sales room on Commercial street, tbrco doors
below Vino Street. .
City and Country orders solicited and promntlv
filled. , Jun'y 12 1S06 n3lf
F. X. RREMER'S
St. Charles Itlissouri,
BY the aid of the experienced millwrights,
Messrs A.K. llnlieman and M. lllcblol'St.
Louis, I bavo succeeded in i.utting up a NEW
flu tl.l. . . .. .
J,IIIi u,n Ma,n ttd Jacksoa Hrectsj superior
A jacKioa Hrecis) superior to
therefore I nm cnnhlc.l tn fur.
... luci. manes, mere
. ni.il. sr .ktru i ... . i . .. ...ii.,. t
a wut to g,o iatlfaet!oU. lY. Jf.' KREMEK.
Jan'y 12 1CC n3tf
5eSiiSC3PaBSllPW5S
"aVfabaa IHIa mtneli ,v potitt,
At kVi iMe iHtilaM Catiint u mm."
and
havo been Introduced to tho puMio Tor mors
than six years, and have acquired an
far exceeding nny Family Medicines of a
similar nature In tlio market.
An appreciating puMio vim not long ia
discovering they iiossc'cd rcinnrkahio
CiVVTkvC V'0iCV.tt,
and heneo their
and eonscqucnt prutlt tn tho Proprietor, thus
enabling him to expend
of dollars csich year in advertising their
merits, and nuhli-ttiins tho
wliicli havo been showorcd iipnii liim fi a
Tim peculiarity of tlu
it Hint they Ptiif.1' nt t' - 1 I' e,
by eradicating every p in. -i . ipunw
"w Wv: V.vt,
fur the lifo and ' ' I - . I ! p-nli
nnon tin) tiiiritv nl' il '' I
If lint l.l.xi.l i- .
out a misTiMi Kw 1 .
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whii'li, in cuiijttni'ti.i'i i.!i the
will euro nil tlin uii.i'.'iiiontu.tu"! Ii-imm ',
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