Edwards' annual directory to the inhabitants, institutions, incorporated companies, manufacturing establishments, business, business firms, etc., etc., in the city of St. Louis for ... /
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Great Broad Gauge Route !

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Ohio and mississippi R. W.
To
New York,
Philadelphia,
Baltimore,
Boston,
and All Eastern Cities.

Only Route to Cincinnati, without Change of Cars.

Two Express Trains Daily,
Making close connections, at Cincinnati, with the Little
Miami, Columbus and Cleveland R. R.; cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton R. r.; Atlantic and Great Western Railway; Marietta and
Cincinnati R. R., and Cincinnati, Wilmington and Zanesville r. R.;
giving passengers the choice of Eighteen good and pleasant routes
to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash-
ington, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Buffalo, Detroit, and all
the pricipal cities East and North.

Only Direct Route To Louisville
and all Points South of there,
Saving 100 Miles in Distance.

But One Change Of Cars To Clevraland, pittsburgh Or Wheeling.

connections made with the Illinois Central Railroad, at Odin, for
Chicago and all points East and North of there; and at Sandoval, with
the main branch, for Dunleith, and all points in Iowa and on Upper Mis-
sissippi.

Trains Are Run By Telegraph, ensuring speed and safety.

Soldiers on Furlough or Discharge transported at Government rates
Only route running those elegant State Room Sleeping Cars.

baggage Called for at Hotels and Private Residences, and
checked to all points.

Through Tickets by this old and favorite route can be obtained at
No 28 fourth Street, N. W.north west Cor.corner chesnut.

H. D.Bacon, ,
President.

G. r.residence Blanchard, ,
General Ticket and Freight Agent

Rob’t, H. How, Ticket Agent.