St. Louis directory :

1859. 1859.

Great Northern, Eastern And Southern Route!
Illinois Central
Terre Haute and Alton,
And Ohio & Mississppi Railroads.

Two Trains Leave St. Louis Daily.

☞ Through to Chicago Without Change of Cars.

Myers A Furniss' Celebrated Sleeping Cars Are Used On This Route.

Terre Haute & Alton, at Pana,
For Decatur, Bloomington, Peoria, Galesburg, Burlington. La Salle, Rock Island, Dav-
enport, Muscatine, Iowa City, Mendota, Dixon, Fulton City, Freeport, Galena, Dun-
leith, Dubuque, Prarie du Chien, McGregor's Landing, Lansing, La Croase, Wenona,
Reed's Landing, Red Wing, Prescott, Hastings, and St. Paul.

At Mattoon,
For Chicago and all Eastern Cities. Also, for Racine, Milwaukee, Fond du Lac, Hor-
icon. Elgin, Belvideri, Beloit, Janesville, Madison, etc.

Ohio & Mississippi,
At Sandoval and Odin, for all the above Points.

Mobile & Ohio R.R.,
And Saint Louis and New Orleans R.R. Line Steamers, make close Connections at
Cairo, for the following Southern Cities, vlz. Memphis, Vicksburg, Natchez, New
Orleans, Galveston, Canton, Jackson, Chattanooga, Huntsville, Nashville, Holly
Springs, Oxford, Charleston, Savannah, Augusta, and all Southern Points.

Omnibusses with Baggage Wagons Sent to any Part of the City.

☞ Tickets to be had at 32 Fourth Street, also, Nos. 28 and 30 Under The Planters'
House, St. Louis.

☞ For any further information, ayply as above.

Wm. P.Johnson, , Gen'lPass.Ag't.