" HOW TO GO WEST." Fort; yeare 20, Illinois wa as far Weit aa moa people wlshed to go, and journeye wcrc made in the lcgcndary " Prairie Schooner," bat in these days of Progrese and Improvement, the word Wost has come to mean Iowa, NeOraska, Cfiliforuia, and the Torritoriea, and the travcler reaches almoat any poinl therein by a spleudid Line of Kailroad. ThisLiueof Railroadis the Burlington Route, whtch starts from Chicago by the Chicago, r.in-lington & Qiiiucy Railroad, and, ruuning through Burlington, reaches Omaha, Lincoln, Nebrapka City, St. Joseph, Atchlson, Leaveuworth and Kan. sae City, counecting with the Union Paciflc, Kansas PaciHc, and other railro&di running from thuse clt'ies. Peopiegoing to Iowa, Xcbraska, Kauais, California, or any potut l:i Territorios, will ttudy thcir owh inierests byzoing" By way of BurliBg ton," for the rato of that lineare always as low as any othor, aud it ia tiio best route in theWest, thercfore you re more suie of your safety tnd comfort. The Burlington Route has admirably answored the question ' liow togo West?'1 hy the publication of an excollcnt Patophlet , containiog a large, irutlifu] map of the Orcat West, and mach iiUcroting Information which can be obtained, free of charge, by addresninz General l'assnger Agent, B M. R. R., Burlington, jowa.