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ADVERTISEMENTS.

Smoky Hill Route.

Union Pacific Railway,

EASTERN DIVISION.

Carrying the Great Overland Mail and Express

NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS

From Wyandotte and Leavenworth, on the Missouri River, to Salina and
Fort Harker, or Ellsworth, Kansas, and will be completed to
Pond Creek by January, 1868.

NEW YORK,
WASHINGTON,
PITTSBURGH,
BOSTON,

In connection with the PACIFIC RAILROAD of Mo., and the HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH R. R., forms

THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE

-FROM

DETROIT,
ST. LOUIS,
PHILADELPHIA,
CINCINNATI,

CAIRO,
BUFFALO,
BALTIMORE, CHICAGO,
TOLEDO, VICKSBURG,
MEMPHIS,

And all the Principal Cities East, North and South, to
Lawrence, Fort Riley, Fort Ellsworth, Central City,
Topeka,
Pond Creek, Junction City, Taos,
Wamego, Solomon City, Denver City,
Manhattan, Saline,
Salt Lake,
SAN FRANCISCO, BENT'S FORT, SANTA FE, and all points in California,
Oregon, and the Territories of

Utah, Montana, Nevada, Idaho, Arizona, Washington & New Mexico.

Fort Union,
Sacramento.

The United States Express Company's Overland Coaches, carrying the Great California Mail and Express, leave Ellsworth daily on arrival of trains, for Denver City and all points in the Territories and California.

Sanderson's Santa Fe Coaches leave every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, for Bent's Fort, Fort Union, Taos, Santa Fe, and all points in Arizona and New Mexico.

TWO DAILY TRAINS leave Wyandotte and Leavenworth (Sundays excepted.) Passengers going to the Mountains will save time and insure comfort by taking this Route, its southerly location preventing all detention from snow.

Attention is particularly invited to the facilities offered by this Line for the transportation of freight between the East and far West. This being the only road west of the Missouri River with direct rail connections, BETTER TIME will be guaranteed than by any other route. Through contracts can be procured at the offices of connecting Railroads in Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston, to the western terminus of this Road, and when desired, to all the principal points in the Territories.

J. M. WEBSTER, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agt. W. W. WRIGHT, Gen. Supt. 42,000,000 acres of choice Lands, located on the line of the Road, for sale by Union Pacific Railway, Eastern Division. Address,

LAND AGENT U. P. RAILWAY, E. D., Topeka, Kansas.

FOR SALE IN COLORADO,

- -BY

J. P. WHITNEY,

19 Lindall Street, Boston, Mass.,

Commissioner for Colorado to the Paris Universal Exposition of 1867, and author of work on Silver Mining Regions of Colorado.

Choice Mining Property,

BOTH OF GOLD AND SILVER.

ALSO,

MILL SITES, WATER POWERS,

•And AGRICULTURAL TRACTS in Colorado.

The properties above mentioned were principally obtained at an early day in the history of Colorado by Mr. W. A. Whiting either by discovery, or by purchase from the original discoverers, and were duly entered in the records of the different Mining Districts according to the laws regulating ownership in such property, and are held undisputed, and by the clearest possible titles.

A portion of this property is situated in Ten-Mile and Snake River Districts in Summit County, and includes whole lodes and claims upon the choicest silver veins in those districts.

Also, Gold Mining Property ·

In Gilpin and Clear Creek Counties, all of which can be well represented by maps taken by actual survey of the respective districts, and by large quantities of ore from, and full descriptions of particular properties.

At the office in Boston can be seen the largest collection of Colorado mineral ores ever classified from that region, comprising over

5,000 SPECIMENS

From all the principal lodes in Colorado, also photographs of the principal towns and mining sections, with the maps and mining regulations of the different districts.

Maps, descriptions, assays, and full reports made upon any mining properties in Colorado in quick time.

Resident Agent in Colorado,

W. A. WHITING, Central City.
Civil Engineer and Chemist,

CHARLES A. HOYT, Central City,

Graduate of the Lawrence Scientific School, Chemical Department of Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass., and who has certificates of ability

and skill from Columbia School of Mines, New York.

ADVERTISEMENTS.

Wells, Fargo & Company.

CAPITAL, $10,000,000.

Bankers and General Express Forwarders

-TO THE

Pacific States and Territories,

SOUTH and CENTRAL AMERICA,

CHINA AND JAPAN.

PROPRIETORS OF THE

Great Overland Stage Route

Between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans,

Carrying the U. S. Mails, Passengers and Treasure.

EXCHANGE FOR SALE

ON

SAN FRANCISCO AND INTERMEDIATE POINTS,

LONDON,

DUBLIN,

and PARIS. Travelers' Credits on Union Bank of London. FUNDS TRANSFERRED BY TELEGRAPH

-TO

San Francisco, Salt Lake City, &c., at Favorable Rates. LOUIS MCLANE, President.

JOHN A. NYE,
New York.

D. TOM SMITH,
Junction City, Kansas.

Nye Forwarding Company.

OVERLAND FREIGHT

Union Pacific Railroad, Platte Valley, and Union Pacific Railroad,
E. D., Smoky Hill,

VIA

TO ALL POINTS IN

LOYAL S. NYE,
Denver, Col.

Colorado, Montana, Idaho, Utah, New Mexico.

Freight Received

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FROM THE

Merchants' Union Express Co., and all others, at New York, St. Louis, Chicago, or the terminus of either Pacific Railroad Overland.

Through Bills of Lading Given.

ORDERS FOR THE PURCHASE OF MACHINERY, GOODS, OR GENERAL MERCHANDISE,

PROMPTLY FILLED AND FORWARDED.

Freight Shipped to all points in the West, North, and South,

VIA WESTERN VALLEY DISPATCH, ST. LOUIS, MO.

AGENTS.

JNO. A. NYE, Gen'l Agent-also for Western Valley Dispatch of 5 Com. mercial St., St. Louis-No. 17 Nassau St., New York.

L. S. NYE, or LINCOLN & STRICKLER, Denver, Colorado.

D. TOM SMITH, General Superintendent, Junction City, Kansas.

GEO. BANNING, North Platte City, Nebraska.

F. S. VAN BERGEN, Office Chicago & Great Eastern Railway, Chicago.
J. M. BLOOMFIELD & CO., Elm Street, St. Louis.

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