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Bald Hill -- Blissville -- Casner -- Dodds -- Elk Prairie -- Farrington
-- Field -- Grand Prairie
McClellan -- Moore's Prairie -- Mt. Vernon -- Pendleton -- Rome -- Shiloh
-- Spring Garden -- Webber
MOUNT VERNON A city and county-seat of Jefferson County, on three trunk
lines of railroad, 77 miles east-southeast of St. Louis; is the center of a rich agricultural and coal region;
has many flourishing manufactories, including car-works, a plow factory, flouring mills, pressed brick factory,
canning factory, and is an important shipping-point for grain, vegetables and fruits. The Appellate Court for the
Southern Grand Division is held here, and the city has nine churches, fine school buildings, a Carnegie library,
two banks, heating plant, two daily and three weekly papers. Population
(1890), 3,233; (1900), 5,216