"HOW TO GO WEST." Forty years ago, I!Huo!m vas afl fnr West as moe eople wiehed to go, and journeys were TOade in the legendary " Prairie Sehooner," but in theso days of Progrese and Improveraent, the word West has come t" mean lowa, Xcbraeka, California, and the Territorios, and the trave-er reaches nlmoet any point therein by a Bplemlid Line of Railroad. ThiaLine'èf Railroad is .tlie Burlington Route, wblch starts from Chicago by tho CÍiicaco, Burlington i Quincy Riiilroad, and, raunlng through Barünctan! regclics .Omaha, Linculn, Xebraska City, Èt.Jöseph, icMson, Leavemvorlh and Kan. sas City, connecting with the Union Pacific, ffMIIMII Paciüc, and oihcT railroads running from those cltici. People go'.ng to Iowa,Nebrfka, Kansas, Califjrnia, or any potiit in the Tcrritorice, will etudy their own interesas by coïbk Üy wayoXBurling tontH for the ratos of that line are ahvays as low aa any ot!icr, and it is tho beBt route in the West, therefore i ars more $uie of your sáfete aud comfort. Th6 Hurliugton Koute has adriiirabïy answered the queetï n ' How to go Weet f " by the pnblication of an excellent Pafmphlct, coutaimttg a large i trutbfui map of the Great West, and much interes ting Information which can foo obtained, frec of charge, by addressinz 'Gcnaral Passonjïer Agent, B. &"k. R. R., Burlington, iowa.