St. Louis & Chicago R. R.
Chicago, Alton and St.Louis Through Line
The Only Route Through From St. Louis To
Chicago Without Change Of Cars.
Two Express Trains Daily
The shortest, quickest and most comfortable route to all points in the North-
West, making close and certain connections
At Springfield, for Quincy, Keokuk, decatur, Lafayette and Ft. Wayne;
At Bloominglon, for LaSalle, Mendots, Dixon, Freeport, Galena, Dun-
leith, and Fulton City;
At Chenoa, for Peoria, Galesburgh and Burlington.
At Joliet, for Rock Island, Iowa City and the "Joliet Cut Off" and Mich-
igan, Central Road, the shortest route to Detroit and Canada ;
At Chicago, with all Easten and North-Western trains for
Milwauke, Madison, Janesville, La crosse, & St. Paul.
Detroit, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, & Quebec.
Cleveland, Buffalo, Albany, New York, & Boston.
Pittsburgh, Harrisb’ G, Philadel’ A, Baltimore, & Wash’Gton.
The traveling public are assured that this is the
only reliable route by which connections are made
with all trains at Chicago for the East and North-
Be sure and purchase Tickets via St. Louis and
Chicago Bailroad line to secure speed, comfort and
Luxurious State Room Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains,
Baccace Checked Through & Handled Carefully.
Fare to Eastern Cities "Via Chicago," the same as by all other Routes.
General Union Ticket Office, No. 27 North Fourth Street, opposite Planters’ House.
Where information respecting the different routes will be cheerfully furnished.
I. L.Downs, , Ticket Ag’t , St. Louis.
Bobert, Hale, Genreral Superintendent.