Vicinity of St. Louis, Sliowing the Railroads diverging from the City.
The following will show the responsible officrs connected with the various Railroad Companies in
St. Louis. We publish this list for the convenience of travelers, shippers of freight, and those having
business with Railroads. Persons losing their baggage, sustaining damages by delay of freight, or
other inconveniences by neglect of sub-agents or other employees of the Roads, will apply by let-
ter or otherwise to any of these gentlemen, and satisfaction will promptly be given.
No. 1.—Missouri River.—Navigable for 2575
No. 2.—North Missouri Railroad.—For
St. Joseph, Kansas, Nebraska, &c , &c—Isaac
H.Sturgeon, , President ; J. B.Moulton, , Su-
perintendent ; Henry H.Wheeler, , Ticket agt.agent
Distance to Hudson, 169 miles; St. Joseph,
304 miles. Ticket Office, n.north 4th st.street
No. 3.—Mississippi River.—Navigable for
No. 4.—Illinois River.—Navigable for 206
No. 5.—St. Louis & Chicago Rail Road.—
For Springfield, Peoria, Jacksonville, Chicago,
&c, &c.corner T. B.Blackstone, , President ; Robert
Hale, , Superintendent ; A.Newman, , Ticket
Agent ; c.corner n.north Pratt, , General Passenger Agent ,
Chicago ; John P.Tansey, , Freight Agent , St.
Louis. Distance from Chicago to East St.
Louis, 281 miles.
No. 6 and 10.—St. Louis, Alton & Terre
Haute r.residence r.residence —For Terre Haute, Indianapolis
and all parts of the Eastern States. Charles
Butler, , President ; Henry c.corner Moore, , Super-
intendent ; J. B.Ralston, , Auditor ; James
Beebe, , Freight Agent ; F. M.Colburn, , Ticket
Agent , Office, 32 North Fourth Street. Dis-
tance to Terre Haute 189 miles, to Indianap-
olis, 262 miles.
No. 7 & 8.—Illinois Central Rail Road.
For Chicago, Northern Illinois, Iowa, Cairo
and the South. w.west H.Osborne, , President ;
w.west r.residence Arthur, , Superintends ; w.west P.Johnson, ,
Ticket Agent , Chicago; c.corner s.south Freeborn, , Agent ,
St. Louis; Ticket Office. 32 North Fourth St.,
St. Louis. Distance to Cairo 177 miles.
No. 10.—Ohio & Mississippi Railway.—
Wm.William D.Griswold, , Gen.supt.superintendant , Cincinnati, 0.
A. H.Lewis, , Gen.asst.assistant supt.superintendant , and J. w.west
Conlogue, , supt.superintendant Eastern Division, Cincinnati.
s.south DwightEaton, , supt.superintendant Western Diviston, St.
Louis. Jas. A.Hill, , Gen. Freight Agent , and
Chas. e.east Follett, . Gen. Ticket Agent , St. Louis.
Ticket Office, 29 Fourth Street, St. Louis.—
Distance from St. Louis to Cincinnati, 340
No. 11.—St. Louis and Iron Mountain
Railroad.—For Carondelet Iron Mountain,
Pilot Knob and South. s.south D.Barlow, , Presi-
dent ; J. A.Phelps, , Superintendent , r.residence M.
Fry, , Gen. Ticket Agent , St. Louis. Distance
from St. Louis to Pilot Knob, 87 miles.
Nos. 12 and 13.—Pacific Missouri Rail-
Road.—For Southwest Missouri, Jefferson
City, Kansas City, Leavenworth, St. Joseph,
&c, &c.corner Geo. r.residenceTaylor, , President ; T.
McKissock, , Superintendent ; w.west O.Lewis, ,
Gen. Ticket Agent . Distance from St. Louis
to Kansas City, 282 miles, connecting at
Franklin with the S w.west Branch. Distance—
Franklin to Rolla, 76 miles.