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YELLOWSTONE

The reputation of this wonderful region, prob

ably the most unique and certainly the only one of NATIONAL PARK

its kind in the world, becomes more extended yearly. Mankind never tires of seeing or reading of its grand Geyser Fountains, its superb Canyon,

the beautiful Yellowstone Lake, more than 7000 feet above the ocean, the high Mountains, the Cascades and Cataracts, the Bea , Elk, Deer and Antelope, the unequaled Trout fishing and other interesting features found there.

The Park is free to the World and is under the control of the United States Government. Large hotels, electric lighted and steam heated, are found at convenient points and first-class, specially constructed four-horse stage coaches transport tourists from place to place.

Wonderland '98, has a chapter which contains a fund of information about the Park that makes it, perhaps, peculiarly valuable for Schools and Teachers. The features of the Park are described and there is besides a large amount of practical information about the regiou and the ride through it. The Park tour can be made either in the coaches, or on horseback, or bicycles. The book will be sent to any address upon receipt of six cents by CHAS. S. FEE, General Passenger Agent Northern Pacific Railway, St. Paul, Minn.

FREE TO TEACHERS AND SCHOLARS. In 1897 we had thousands of requests from teachers and scholars for Wonderland '97. The edition-a large one-was exhausted long before the end of the year. Wonderland '98 is now ready. It is entirely different from the former book. It has a chapter on The Agricultural Northwest, crammed full of valuable information; one on Yellowstone Park, written especially for teachers; another on Alaska and Klondike, and one on A Canoe Lake Trip, that will be of interest to schools. The book has a high art cover, designed by Lyendecker, and it is profusely illustrated from new photographs. The Northern Pacific Railway will send the book and a revised map of Yellowstone Park upon receipt of six cents in stamps or postal order. Send to CHAS. S. FEE, General Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn. Write address plainly and state where you saw the advertisement.

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The Greatest Perfection yet attained in Boat Construction - Luxurious

Equipment, Artistic Furnishing, Decoration and Efficient Service.

To Detroit, Mackinac, Georgian Bay, Petoskey, Chicago

No other Line offers a panorama of 460 miles of equal variety and interest.
FOUR TRIPS PER WEEK BETWEEN

DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
PETOSKEY, "THE SOO” MARQUETTE

Fare, $1.50 Each Direction.
AND DULUTH.

Berths, 75C., $i. Stateroom, $1.75.

Connections are made at Cleveland with
LOW RATES to Picturesque Mackinac Earliest Trains for all points East, South
and Retura, including Meals and Berths. and Southwest, and at Detroit for all
Approximate Cost from Cleveland, $17; points North and Northwest.
from Toledo, $14; from Detroit, $12.50. Sunday Trips June, July, Aug., Sept. Oct. Only

EVERY DAY AND NIGHT. BETWEEN

CLEVELAND, PUT-IN-BAY AND TOLEDO.
Send zc. for Illustrated Pamphlet. Address Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company,

A. A. SCHANTZ, G. P. A., DETROIT, MICH.

WASHINGTON

TO ATTEND THE ANNUAL CONVENTION

NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION

...JULY 7-12, 1898...

BEAR IN MIND THE DAILY THROUGH PULLMAN

CAR SERVICE OF THE

ROYAL BUCKEYE ROUTE

FROM

TOLEDO AND COLUMBUS

Leave Toledo 4:55 P.M.

Leave Columbus 8:55 P.M. ARRIVING WASHINGTON 1:05 P.M. NEXT DAY

SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE

FROM MICHIGAN AND OHIO

For Information as to Rates for this occasion,
Sleeping Car Reservations, Ete., write

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FOR RATES AND GENERAL INFORMATION CALL ON AGENTS

BIG FOUR ROUTE.....

E. 0. McCORMICK.

Pass. Traffic Mgr.

C. E. SCHAFF,

Gen'l Manager.

WARREN J. LYNCH,

A. G. P. & T.

PLUS $2.00

TO THE

National Educational

Association Convention

AT

WASHINGTON, D. C.

JULY 7 TO 14, 1898

VIA THE

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad

THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY.

By daylight through the picturesque and historic valley of the
Potomac, with stop-over privileges.
Tickets via the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad will give you the
choice of two routes, either on the going or return trip, and
enable you to visit such points as

DEER PARK, MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK,

HARPER'S FERRY, GETTYSBURG, ANTIETAM, WINCHESTER,

VALLEY OF THE SHENANDOAH, ETC.

SPEGIAL N. E. A. TRAINS FROM CHICAGO

Call on your nearest ticket agent for detailed information, or address D. B. MARTIN,

B. N. AUSTIN,
M. P. T., BALTIMORE.

G. P. A., CHICAGO.

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Three. Lectures which make up this LIBRARY OF TRAVEL"

were delivered in the great cities of Europe and America
over 3,000 times to more than 5,000,000 people.

Four. Each one of the Stoddard” Lectures was delivered

more than 100 times to the most critical audiences.
Each page is a classic. Every sentence a gem.

Five. It will be read aloud with delight to the “home circle."

The charm of a genius is upon every page. Then it will
be daily consulted as “An ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLO-
PEDIA OF Travel, HistoRY, GEOGRAPHY, and the
NATURAL SCIENCES.” A PICTURE INDEX of each one
of the 3,500 PEERLESS STODDARD Views in last vol.
Also ReFERENCE Index.

10 Superb Vols. 3,500 Ills.

TO OHIO TEACHERS. Five first volumes sent on examination to

days on application to L. H. BULKLEY, Gen. Sales Agent, 18 Hayden Building, Columbus, O.

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