" HOW TO GO WEST." Fortj years ugo, Illinois was na far Went as m os pcople wtahed to !,■-.. aiul journoys were made lu the Icgendary " Prairie Sohooner," but iu these (lajs of Progrcss and Improvemont, the word VVett has come t meao Iowa, NeSraska, California, and the Territorie, and the travoler reachee almost any polnt thcrein by a splendid Line of Railroad. Thls Line of Railroad Is the Bnrllngton Route, which starts fromChlcago by the Chicago, Bnrüngton 4 Q:iincy Raitroad, and, running through Burlington, reaches Dmaha, Lincoln, Nebratka City, St. Joseph, Atchtson, Leaveuworth and Kan. sas City, conuectiug wlth the ünion Pacific, Kansas Paciflc, aud othcr rallroads rnnning from those cif.es. People Rolng to Iowa, Nebrata, Kanaia, California, orauy potnt In the Tcrritorles, will ttady thelr own Interest byeoinx" By way of Bunlgton," for the rato of tuat Uno are always as low as any other, and it is the best route in the West, therefore you are morcsaio of your ofetjand comfort. The Burlington Route has admirably tnawered the question Eow to go Wost i by the public tion ofnn excellent Pamphlet,containing alargo truthfui mapofthoGreat Weat, and ranch ir.tere. ting Information which can bo obtained, free of charge, hy addressinc General Paertngcr Agent, ïi AM. K. RM Butliufiton, jowa.