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English and Classical Academy, I NEW CORN PLANTER.
STE. GENEVIEVE, MO.

With this machine, The third session of this popular and flourish

one man, with no ing High School will commence on the bth day

team, will drop and of February, 1855, and terminate on the 16th

cover ten acres a day, day of July following. There will be vacation

in straight rows each from the last named day until the first day of

way. It may be adjustSeptember. The fourth session will begin on

ed to plant any widtb, the first day of September, 1855, and end on the

depth or any average first day of February, 1856. These two sessicns

of any number of will constisute the second academical year.

kernels. Its planting is The Institution now numbers sixty pupils, a

uniform-never deep large number of whom are boarder, and mem

at one time and shalbers of highly respectable families of Ste. Gen

low at another. It evieve and counties adjoining. The course of weighs less than a common rifle, makes quick education comprises all the branches of a thor

and easy work, and does it well. It will pay ough English education, the elementary and for itself three times over

for itself three times over the first season. higher mathematics with the Greek, Latin,

For sale by E.LEIGH, proprietor of the right German and French languages.

to manufacture and sell in Missouri. Office at The Academy is situate on a delightful em

Smyth & Gores, 19 Levee, and 38 Commercial Inence in the suburbs of the city. commanding street, St. Louis, Mo. Price $t0, Six machines a splendid panorama view of the Mississippi

for $50. Every machine is warranted. and the opposite section of the State of Illinois.

All letters addressed (post-paid) to E. Leigh, From its site a large and highly picturesque ex

care of Smyth & Gore, St. Louis, Mo., will repanse is spread befor the eye, affording to the

ceive prompt attention. For particulars sed spectator a landscape of varied beauty and sur Circulars.

march'65 passing healthfulness. The buildings are very commodious and comfortable the accommoda

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC! tions ample and satisfactory, and the health and As we are engaged in the manufacture of TANKS comfort of the students sedulously attended to.

of all sizes, suitable for Breweries, Distilleries Everything of a sectarian character is carefully

and Soap Manufactories, we would respectfully call

the attention of those engaged in the above business excluded, and a rigid morality enforced.

to them, which we will warrant equal, if not supe TERMS.Per Session, always in advance.

rior, to any made in the city, and at least 10 per cent. Tuition, board and washing............$75 00 less than they can be gotten elsewhere. For extras-English Department........ 12 50. Also we make STEAM BOILERS of the best maGreek, Latin, French, German, and Music, ex-terials and superior workmanship, warranted equal tra. For further particulars apply to

to any in the United States, and at prices satisfac FIRMIN A. ROZIER, Principal,

tory to all.

Also all kinds of SHEET IRON WORK AND Ste. Genevieve, Mo.

BLACKSMITHIMG. George Kingsland,

Le Roy Bingsland.

Also we are manufacturing most kinds of mer David K, Ferguson.

chantable IRON, both round and square of the best KINGSLANDS & FERGUSON,

quality.

We are also manufacturing RAILROAT) SPIKES Phenix Foundry,

and CHAIRS. with much facility. 196, 198 and 200 Second Street Persons in want of any thing in our line would do

well to give us a call before contracting elsewhere, st. LOUIS, MO.

We will purchase all kinds of scrap iron, for which Manufacturers of

we will pay the highest price in cash, or n exchange Page's Patent Portable Saw Mills, for new iron, Childs' Patent Double Saw Mills, and

_Our establishment ison Main street, betwoon

Cherry and Carr, St. Louis, Mo. Horse Powers ; Cox & Roberts' Patent

GREY, BOYLE & CLARK Thresher and Cleaner. THRESHERS with and without Seperators; Horse

Kingsland & Cuddy, Powers; Endless Chain or Railroad Powers; Corn

PPOPRIETORS OF and Cob Crushers; Corn Shellers; Plows; Bark Mills; Mill Machinery.

BROADWAY FOUNDRY CASTINGS of every description, made to

Corner of Broadway and (ai order at short notice.

creet,

ST. LOUIS, MO. T. J. Dowdall.

R. E. Carr Manufacture Steam Engines and 14:11 MachiaDowdall, Carr & Co.

eny, Boilers, Sheet Iron Work, & ron, Brass
WASHINGTON FOUNDRY, and Copper Work, of every desi n.
Engine and Machine Manufactory,
COR. SECOND AND MORGAN STS.

DR. CALVIN M. FILCH,
St, Louis, Missouri.

OF NEW YORK
MANUFACTURERS OF STEAM ENGINES would announce that he is at sent deliv.
AND BOILERS, SAW AND GRIST MILL MA-
CHINERY, TOBACCO SCREWS and Presses, Lard

ering a Course of Lectures at St. This, where Kettles, Lard Serews and Cylinders, Wool Carding

he will remain until April 0. 55, during Machines, Young's Patent Smut Machines, Building which period he may be consult laily at his Castings, &c.

tooms, at the Virginia Hotel fo Nr Agents for the sale of James Miller & Co.'s PULMONARY CONSUMPTIO ASTHMA superior MACHINE CARDS.

CHRONIC BRONCHITIS, D! PEPSIA,

FEMALE DISEASE. 19 Samuel Gaty,

SJno. S. M'Cune,

And all other diseases connectel with, or Gerard B. Aller

Jas. Collins.

predisposing to Consumption, in the treatment GATY, M'CUNE, &co. of which his ample experience id unrivalled

opportunities for observrtion, 1 given him

the most marked success. Main and Second, between Morgan and

DR. FITCA desires to see tients perCherry sts., St. Louis, Mo. sonally in every instance wher is possible: MANUFACTURERS of Steam Engines, Mill where it is not, a careful state of the case Machinery, Railroad Work, Lard Tranks, Steam may be sent by letter, to which wompt reply Bolers, Sheet Iron Work, and every description I will be returned, giving hi s ion of the of Brass Work and Blacksmithing. A large as I case, and when he is willing dertake the sortment of new patterns on hand for Mil Gear-treatment, will state the expe of the rem og, and other branches of the business.

odies requisite. Le

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| St. Louis Steam Planing and Saw Mill;

Sash, Door, Blind, Moulding and Fire, Hull and Cargo Insurance.

of Box Factory, 12 THE COLUMBIA INSURANCE CO. OF S. C. CAPITAL STOCK AND SURPLUS-ALL PAID

| CORNER OF OʻFALLON & 13TH STREETS IN--$200,000.

Office, South side of Olive, between Fourth This Company continues to take risks upon

and Fifth Streets, St. Louis, Mo. 1 HULLS & CARGOES, BUILDINGS, CON

We have always on hand FLOORING of the TENTS, ETC. All losses promptly adjusted and

various qualities, both white and yellow Pine; paid at office in Rankin's Building, southeast

SHELVING SHEATHING, and every descripcorner of Pine and Main streets.

tion of DRESSED LUMBER, for Carpenters J. S. CHEW, Agent.

immediate use. Are also prepared to PLANE

SPLIT and RIP LUMBER, at short notice. . Citizeng' Insurance Co. of Missouri..

SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS CAPITAL................................$350,000t and BOXES, warranted of the best material THE Citizens' Insurance Company of Missoul and workmanship. 'Also, DOOR and WIN 1 ri, continues to insure against loss or dam: DOW FRAMES, on hand or made to order. age by fire, in the city and country, also agains

WADE, STILLE & CO. loss or damage by sea and all inland navigation and on hulls of steamboats, upon the most favor others JULIUS HUTAWA, . -able terms. All losses adjusted liberally and

Lithographic and Map Publishu paid promptly. DIRECTORS,

*iug Office,

No. 45 North Second Street, between Pine & John B. Sarpy, Nere Valle, P. A. Berthold,

Olive, 2d door north of Pine,
Wm. Renshaw, Sr., John Simonds, A. Vinton,
B. J. Gilman, C. K. Dickson, John McDowell.

ST. LOUIS, MO.
WM. RENSHAW, President.

M, STEITZ,
W. D. WOOD, Secretary.

PACKER OF BEEF AND PORK,
St. Louis Insurance Company.

South Second Street.

tn ee.) OFFICE, southwest corner of Main & Olive str.

St. Louis, Mo.
CAPITAL...........................$300,000.
Tnsures against loss by sea, river, lake, canal,

&c., and also against fire in the city and
country.
DIRECTORS.

ROLIN CLARK, PHILANDER BRALEY. Jas E. Yeatman, Laurason Levering, JOHN RENFREW, ALEXANDER CROSIER. Samuel K. Wilson, Thornton Grimsley, TAGLE FOUNDRY AND ENGINE SHOP J. B. S. Lemoine, George Knapp,

V North-west corner of Main and Biddle Abner Hood,

William T. Christy, streets. Manufacturers of all kinds of maJohn C. Rust,

Edward Y. Ware, chinery, boilers and sheet iron work, portable Charles Miller, A. N. Berthoud.

circular saw mills always on hand, all orders Geo. K. McGunnegle.

executed with fidelity and despatch.
G. K. MCGUNNEGLE, President.

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THOMAS WEBSTER, Secretary.
Globe Mutual Insurance Co. of St. Louis.
Office, S. W. corner of Main & Chesnut streets,

M'MURRAY & DORMAN, Iron Railing second floor.

M Manufactory, n. s. of Chesn. bet. 9. & 10, Capital stock secured and paid $153,000, being

streets, continue to manufacture at the above increased to $200,000.

establishment, all kinds of plain and ornamenW, W. GREENE, President.

tal iron railing, balconies, bank and jail doors, J. H. LUCAS, Vice President.

book safes, fire-vaults, iron window shutters, W. BROCKWAY, JR., Secretary.

iron awnings, lightning rods, bedsteads, grat Tnsures against Marine and Fire losses, and reI turns 50 per cent. of profits to customers in

ings, and in fact, any thing which can be

formed of iron. proportion to premiums. Losses liberally adusted and paid. Missouri State Mutual Fire & Marine Insurance Company of St. Louis, GRIMSLEY & CO., Dealers iu all kinds

Le of Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Trunks, Capital $300,000, and constantly in

Bags, &c., No. 68 Main street, four creasing.

doors below Olive st., St. Louis, Mo. OPEN Fire Policies granted, and Term Policies, for any period from thirty days to six years. Jewelry, Watchmakery DIRECTORS:

J. S. McCune, D. D. Page, S. M. Edgell,

PE , & ENGRAVING. F. Ray, B. W. Alexander, E. Wyman,

P. STUBENRAUCH & SONS, C. S. Greely, C. H. Peck, D. A. January 20.11 N. 3d str. between Chesnut & Marke

S. M. EDGELL, President. and No. 17, Chesnut street, opposite the New H. BACON, Treasurer.

Post Office. F. B. Homes, Secretary. Would call the attention of the public and Office in Exchange Building, Southwest the trade generally to their extensive stock of corner of Main and Olive streets.

Jewelry, Watches and Clocks. They also are

well enabled by long practice and experience Commission Merchants. (to perform all kinds of engraving, in stone as

well as metal, in the best style, such as seals B. MERRILL,

or Notary Publics, for Insurance Companies,

for Railroad Cos., and all other Companies. . : COMMISSION MERCHANT,

All orders promptly executed and on the Live & Tuscumbia; Ala.

| most liberal terms. Refer to M. Tarver, Esq., St. Louis, Mo.

CHARLES DERBY. Wholesale Dealer in NGELRODT & BARTH, Commission and IU Foreign Liquors and Wines, Domestic A Forwarding Merchants, No. 126 North Liquors, and that well known “Star” Brand Second Street, between VineStreet and Wash-of Rectified Whisky, No. 71 Levee, (entrance

ington Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 'from Levee and Commercial Street) St. Louis.

Safes.

Saddlery.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

ARTICLES.

ART.

PAGE,

I.-BEAUTY-ITS MORAL USES. By the SENIOR EDITOR: .......

11.-VALLEY OF THE OHIO. Its conquest and settlement by

Americans --Details of Hunter Life; The signs of the forest; In-

cessant watchfulness of military duties; Punishment of social of-

fenses; Virtues of the frontier; Fights of the pioneers; Mechanic

arts. Continued from page 331, vol. 13, No. 6, By Mann But-

· LER, Esq., of St. Louis.....

III --POPULAR FALLACIES.- MORNING WALKS. Observa-

tions on the effects of exposure to the morning ond evening air.

From Hall's Journal of Health .......

18

IV.---COMMERCE OF THE BLACK SEA: CONSIDERED WITH

REFERENCE TO THE EASTERN QUESTION. A sketch
of the trade of the Black Sea, from its earliest history to the
present times. Translated from the French for the “Merchants'

Magazine," by an American Lady, of Paris. ..................
V.--GAYARRE'S HISTORY OF LOUISIANA ; SPANISH DOMI-

NATION. Corruption of General James Wilkinson. Review
for the Western Journal. By Mann BUTLER, Esq............

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT.

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Shipments of Corn, for two years............... .......
Prices of Corn, for three years...............
Shipments of Corn, by Lake, for eight years...
Receipts of oats, for three years ......
Shipments of Oats, for two years..........
Shipments of Oats, by Lake, for eight years........,
Receipts of Rye and Barley.........
Receipts of Lumber, Lead, &c. ..............

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DEPARTMENT OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS.

NORTH MISSOURI RAILROAD. Annual Report of the President..
PINE BLUFF AND NAPOLEON RAILROAD--Going ahead......
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY RAILROAD NORTH.............. ......

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66

COMMERCIAL REGULATIONS.

THE RECIPROCITY TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED

STATES AND THE UNITED KINGDOM. Proclamation of
the President of the United States.........

67

LITERARY DEPARTMENT.

MY DEAR OLD HOME. By L. L. C., of Pike Co., Mo..............
THE EXILE. From the French of Lammenais. By IRENE.........
THE FINE ARTS IN ST. LOUIS. Waugh's Bust of the late William

L. Sublette...............

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