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The Conservative * 15
BURLINGTON ROUTE PUBLICATIONS
California Seventy-two pages , beautifully printed , bound
and illustrated ; sixty-two pictures of the matchless valleys ,
mountains , lakes and groves of the Golden State. It is neither a
guide-book nor a railroad advertisement. In a charming style it
describes the state from one end to the other , particularly that
portion of it round about Los Angeles. Six cents ,
Cullforniu ISxoursions A folder of twenty-four pages de
scriptive of the Burlington's personally-conducted excursions to
and from California. Contains a map snowing route from Boston
to San Francisco and Los Angeles. Outs made from actual photo
graphs illustrate the comfort and convenience of Burlington
tourist-cars. West-bound folder tolls all about the excursions to
the Pacific coast ; east-bound folder , all about the return trip.
Colorado Seventy-two pages , flfty-six handsome illustra
tions. The front cover specially designed in colors very fine. This
book , written in a most delightful vein , gives pleasing glimpses
of a mountain world , whose colossal beauty never wearies or
changes or grows old. A bird's-eye map of Colorado , showing
tourist resorts is appended. Six cents.
Sylvan Lnko A folder of sixteen pages , containing a half
dozen unusually beautiful views of the most picturesque spot in
the Black Hills. In one of the remote nookrf. hidden away among
the towering and fantastic rocks , is this little lake of clear , cold
water , with an admirably appointed hotel on its craggy bank.
Hot Springs A thirty-two page folder , illustrated by a doz
en views of scenery in and about this famous health-resort of the
Blaok Hills. Contains an accurate list of the hotels and sanitar
iums with rates and accommodations. Free.
Little JournoyH in the IJluck Hills A booklet of thirty-
two pages , with ten illustrations , descriptive of several facinat-
ing trips offered between Hot Springs and Spearflsh , 8. D. , whore
the railroad winds among peaks , up and down grade , into and
out of mighty canyons , through.gloomy forests , by great preci
pices , and past beautiful dells. Free.
The Yellowstone National Park A thirty-page folder ,
containing a largo and absolutely correct map of Yellowstone
Park , several fine illustrations , and a vast amount of valuable
information about the trip through Yellowstone Park. Free.
Kstes Park , Colo. Illustrated , twenty-four pages. Treats
briefly and interestingly of the scenery , fishing , flora , climate ,
hunting and other features of Colorado's most beautiful park.
Roses on the Train
the care taken by the
dining-cars. Seven greenhouses
cut flowers every month for this purpose. Free.
The Valley of the North Finite in Northwest Nebraska
A booklet of thirty-two pages , that just flts the coat pocket and
contains much instructive reading matter. It treats of a fer
tile valley recently made accessible by the extension of the
Burlington lines. It tolls of the uncommon opportunities for
success offered there. Free.
Ouster Battlefield An attractive little book of twenty
pages. Contains a brief account of the battle of the Little Big
Horn , Juno 25,1870 , where Major General Custer and 201 men of
the 7th U. 8. Cavalry wore massacred. Eight illustrations. Worth
sending for worth reading. Free.
At Your Service A unique little booklet of twenty-four
pages , which contains a good deal of information about the Bur
lington Railroad , and incidentally tells how to use to advantage
its general agencies which are scattered all over the United
A Map of the United States Three feet four inches wide
by four feet long ; printed in six colors ; mounted on rollers ;
shows every state , county , important town and railroad in the
Union. A new addition also shows the country divided according
. to territorial acquisitions. Sent on receipt of 15 cents in stamps
less than cost.
J. FRANCIS , GEN'L PASS. AGENT , OMAHA , NEB.
CONDENSED REPORT OF THE
National Bank ,
OF NEBRASKA CITY , NEB. ,
At the Close of Business , Feb. 5 , 1901.
Banking House and Fixtures # $ ! $
U. 8. Bonds 22,500.00
CASH AND DUE FROM U.S.
Capital * 50,000.00
Surplus and profits ? 2'9 $ '
Circulation nntl2 $ ° d
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
H. N. SHEWELL , Vice-President.
W. A. COTTON , President.
B. O. MAHNELL , Cashier.
JAS. T. SHEWELL , Asst. Cashier.
JOY MORTON. J. T.
No interest paid on state , county or
municipal funds. Interest at the rate of
2 % per annum paid on time deposits.
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