_4 -4 - 1 V - "HOW TO GO WEST." Porty years ago, Illinois was s far West as m ta eople wished to go, and jouruoys were mado in he Icgeudary " Prnlrle Sohooner," but In these days of lTogrcss and Improvement, the word Wost has come to mean Imv.i, NcDruBka, California, and he Territories, and the travelcr reaches aliuost any )oiut therein by a splendid Line of Railroad. ThlsLineof Railroad is the Burlington Route, whioh etftrtB from Chicago by tho Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy Raitroad, and, rnnniug through Burliugton, reacheti Omaha, Lincoln, Kebraska City, St. Joseph, Atchlson, Leavenworth and Kan. sas City, connecting wlth tho ünion Pacific, Kansas Pacific, and other railrocds running from thoae citics. People going to Iovva,Nebraka, Kansas, California, oranjr potat ia the Territorlcs, wül ftudy their own lntercsts bycoing" By way of Burlington, "for the ratos of thnt line are alwaysaslow ai any othor, aud it Is the best route in the West, therefore you aremorcauic ofyour sáfety and comfort. The Bar'.ington Route has admirably answered the questlon ■ üow to go West?" by the publica tion of an excellent Pamphlct,containlng a large truthfu) map of the Orcat West, aud much interec tlnglaformation whlch can bo obtained, free of charge, by addressinc General Paesanger Agent, B. &M. R. R., Burlington, iowa.