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SEATITL YET SANGUINE.,
Sound People Have Not Lost Hope of Securing the Teachers' Convention. Theoy lixpeot the Committee After the Members Have Visited in. Helena. What Ha to Be Done to Hold the Conven tlon-An Estimate of the esuitts. * The committee of the National Educa tional association appointed to select a place for the meeting of 1892 will arrive in Seattle in about two weeks, says the Post Intelligencer. The committee comes here in response to an invitation tendered by the chamber of commerce, by Mayor White and by Superintendent of Schools Barnard, who made overtures to the association at the late annual meeting at Toronto. "Few people understand the magnitude of this teachers' meeting," said Superin tendent Barnard yesterday. "There are anywhere from 10,000 to 20,000 teachers from all over the country attend these an nual meetings, and the city which secures them is considered fortunate indeed. It was said in Toronto that the gathering this year caused an influx of 22,000 people. ':The city of Helena sent an invitation enaraved upon solid silver, with rubies and solid gold ornaments. The invitation pleased the members very much, but there were many who wanted to come to Seattle, and Mayor White's invitation, sent by wire, was enthusiastically received. It was read aloud in the lobbies of the hotels and responded to with great cheering. I have little doubt that if an effort is put forth Seattle may get the next meeting. The three leading cities in the race are Se attle, Helena and Saratoga. Our work among the teachers was done with a hun dred photographs and a lot of white silk badges with the inscription, 'Seattle, 1892.' Everybody wore the badges and they cre ated as good an impression as Helena's magnificent invitation. "If Seattle gets the meeting," continued Mr. Barnard, "she will have to agree to the following provisions: "First-The city must provide enough halls for the different departments of the association, and one hall large enough to seat at least 5,000 people. "Second--Tes city must secure a uniform railway rate of one fare for the round trip. "Third-The city must provide not less than 6,000 lodgings at a rate not above S4r25 for women--inluding lodging, break fast and supper, but not dinner-and 4,000 loIgings for men, at rates from $1.75 to $3 per day. "ourth-The city will publish at least 106'000 cqpies of the Bulhetin daily during the meeting; the advertisihg to be paid to the city. "Fifth-The city must furnish transpor tation for the m6mbers of the executive committee When visiting the city and enter tain them while here. "Sixth-Furnish suitable business offices for the executive committee. "Seventb--Furaish entertainment for the families of the execative officers. "Bighth-Pledge the largest possible number of life members at $100 and life di rectors at $20 each. "'Ninth-The city. must guarantee at least 2,000 new membhts at $2 each, as an nual dues. "This last provision is put in on accoun t tf the fact that the assoelation, by coming eo far west, will lose a large amount of an nual dues, and to offset that loss an effort to get new subscribers here must be made. "Tenth-If an exhibit of educational work is to temade it will be under the di tection and at the expense of the local au thorities. "The mqpt difficult part of the project to carry out successfully.?' said Mr. Barnard, 'will be taking care of the peorle. All the hotels will be filled drst. and afterwards the private houses. 'Ihe city will be taxed to its utmost. I wish that the hotelkeepers and the owners of private houses would send mo at once the number of people they can accommodate, so that I may present the figures to the members of the commit tee upon their arrival. A local committee should also get to work looking up quar ters, so that there may be no delay. It is a very important matter, and we cannot af ford to let the chance slip to get the meet ing here when a little work will secure it. "In addition to the other entertainment the city should charter a steamer to make hourly trips on the sound, and should em ploy orchestras and bands and furnish other entertainments that would make the 10,000 or 20,000 visiting teachers think that ieattle was the best city in the country. V e want them to go home with a favorable and a lasting impression of the city. Pro vision should also be made for a display of the products of the state and for some souvenirs of some sort to be given away to the guest"s, Calcolating on a five days' stay they, sach oue of the teachers, would spend, ac cording to Mr. Barnard's figures, the fol lowing amounts of money: Rtailtrads ............................. 50,00 Hotels....... ................... hJ.ut0 Stuores .............. .................... 50,001 Btreet railways ............................ 15,100 Bteamers................................... 00( Besides this will be smaller amounts spent for carriages, gurneys, barber shops, etc. And not the least expenditure would be for real estate. "The teachers almost invariably save their money," concluded Mr. Barnard, "and make investments, and they would be sure to buy property there very largely and would continue to send money back after they got home for a long time to come." Excursion Rates to California. On the 15th of each month the Northern Pacific railroad will sell round-trip tickets to California points as follows: Helena to San Francisco and return, go Ing via Portland and returning same way, $75. To San Francisco, going via Portland and returning via Ogden and Silver [ow, $90. To Los Angeles, going and returning via P'otland, entering San Francisco in one direction either going or returnintr, $89. To Los Angeles, going via Portland and San Francisco, and returning same route, To Los Angeles, going via Portland and San Franoisco. returning via Sacramento and Ogden, $99.i0. Tickets will be limited for sixty days for going passae., with leturn at any time with n the final limit of six mouths. A. D. EnoAu, OGet. Agt., Helena, Mont. COas. S. F, G. 1'. . & '. A., St. Paul, Minn. Death From Kidney Disease Is the unfortunate and untimely ending of thousands of the American people annually. Oregon Kidney 'Tea is guaranteed to cure all forms of kindey troubles. 'lake it in time. Antlomrlts Slanlora. But time changes mlnds as well as ma, mere, though even now when making shaanLes from one oirele to another, it often requires that adaptability which could be said found in uoe who has autoematie mana ears. However, suck radical obnages not only apptear in drawing-room repartee, street dress, etc., awong people, hat aiy. 'q the oonvoulencea and lxurlies affordoJ anankind. Railroad travel is one instane. A few yours go, comparstively, one hrad ts cnsaumre .ack valanble time in an uincom. Tortahle way to make what is now thulghl nothing of as a aniht a jouritey in a sleeper. The most usedmrn equipmeont and trasa portation facilitties ue be found on the trt trains of tCi MUnreapolis ,t St. Iunis railway to Chieaqo , t. Louis, lot 'prings, .aIIsaas City, etc. al;( e. of any la ..ul of the company, or C. M. Pratt, generl ticket 9.0 ilsager aesat. Minneaolls. M Ls. THE MONTANA I1TATIE FAIB. Items of Interest Concerning Premiums, taces, o1t., ltt. The Montana State fair opens Aug.22 and closes Aug. I2. Entries for premiums must be made on or before Saturday, Aug. 22; none can be made after. Every article or animal entered for a pre mium must be in its proper place by Mon. day evening: two exceptions only, out flowers and bread. Exbhibts in this line must be in their place by Wednesday noon. Music every day by the band. Blue ribbons will be tied on Friday. Hay and straw will be furnished free to horses and cattle on exhibition. There will be four or more races each day of the fair. Exhibitors requiring apace should make application to the superintendent of the different Aepartments. Entries can be made or left at Pope & O'Connor's drug store during the week pre ceding the fair. RATES OF ADMISSION. All persons, whether exhibitors or not, must obtain tickets of admission to the grounds at the ticket office, near the entrance gate. Coupon ticket, admitting one person during the fair .......................$5 00 Coupon tieket, admitting lady during the fair.......................... 250 Single ticket, admitting one person once............................. 100 Single ticket, admitting lady or child once............................... 50 Children under eight when accompa nied by their parenrts.............. Free Single ticket, admitting wagon, car riage, buggy or saddle horse........ 50 Quarter stretch badge for the week.. 2 50 Each occupant of a vehiole, excepting children under 8, must have a ticket. Omnibuses and vehicles carrying pas sengers to and from the grounds will be ad mitted on such terms as the board of direc tors may prescribe. Supply wagons will be admitted free pre vious to nine a. m. each day of the fair; at all other times they must pay regular price of admission. The ticket system will be strictly ad hered to. A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. The directors desire to say to the public that they are entirely dependent upon the gate receipts for funds to pay premiums and the running expenses of the fair. They exact no entry fee upon articles or animals exhibited and they deem it there fore proper and right that all persons at tending the fair should pay the regular admission to the grounds. What a Noted Physician Says. CHICAGo, Jan. 81, 1888. W. P. Wisdom: Dear Sir-As you requested I have exam ined the formula of your toilet preparation called "''obertine." I can assure you that the Ingredients are both bland and harm loss, and that the compound would form an excelleno application in irritated condi tions of the skin. Yours truly, ATnuma DEAN IEVAN, M. D. Professor of Anatomy, uash Medical Col legeand P. A. Surgeon, U. S. M. H. S. CARTERS IJTTLE CURE Sick Headache and relieve all the troubles inc. dent to a bilious state of the system, such as Dizziness, Nausea. Drowilness Distress after eating, Pain in the Side, &c. While their meal remarkable uccess has been shownain curing Headache, yet CA r'lR's 1 .rr.I.a fiRva PLuLs are eqiually .lanabhle in Con7;tipa:ion, curing and preventig this r.n..ialg comtplaint, while they also co'rect tll dih.si'dera of the stomach, stimulate tlh liis'r arnd reigulate the bowel' Even if they only cured A the y wMo:ld he almst priceless co to thse wito tuoi.ir frotl , !; r,;ten.intg ciomplaint lbt ror(tunaels-" their otuolnest doies not lend lhere, and tlios.e 'lhin ce try them will find tlhoso little pills vnathtlthr in nso mtany ways itlit (Ihey will not be wlljina to do without theml. ButL aiter ciil ick lLteal ACHE Is the bane of so many lives that here is where we iukn our great boast. Our pills cure it whil oLthers dt not. (:.ASrEr's Li-ri LIVen PrLI.s arevery smIall nnd very asyv to take. Olo or twIo pills make a dose. They era strictly vegetable and do not gripe or purge, buit by their gentle action please all who use them. In vials at 25 cents; vo for $1. Sold everywhere, or sent by mail CASTER MEDICIN CO., New York. hd 8, W d 1 e, Si hSma QUPARTER 1, e.:r what a F P :,iv Bakerto i CENTURit , ne idlentitlied with the resources a nd n rl iivelopment oelthat country. Thi, man. 71 " ,: is no other than Mr. John Stewart, one of tilh. wealthiest and most indluential citizens ii the rounty. In a recent letter he says: " I had been sutfferingr from pains in mi back and general kid ney complaint for some time, anil had used tuany remedies without any but temporary relief. The pains in my back had become so s;vere t hat was prevented from attendiag to tm n work inltd could not move about without the it: ofa cane. H]ear* ing, through a friend, of the wonderfill cures ef fected by Oregon Kidnery e'n, I owas induced to trl abox, nand from that vert first dose I foundl instati relief, and before using half the contents of the box the pains in mlty back- entirely disappeared. I have every faith in the virtuI's of the Oregon kidney Tea, and can colnts.ienltions:ly recommtndll it to nly friends. I would not be without it for anty hitg " .reegon Kidney Ten cures bweckache, incnonti :'ce of urine, brick lil;t s.inl nI:. ornitna or Sulsensation while limin.r 1,- .... : 11II , ' NOTICE TO CO-OWNER--TO HENRY C. Younaru Ltoreby netified that I have rxpenlded one hunired dallari in nlahr antd illprwv'nients puon the tMinnesolta qnatllr, ciode ititnae in -tem;ple Al ini ilreu".ol, l.er;i, ni (:l tar' counaty, state of rtietitt, titt ldter to hiei teaid premise.s ut.er Ito p:uovist:ls of seoton "_.lti, revird th.ttutea of the I nitod SI tie., Iohit. the nmotnt relqired to hold to teslt for lie year eudin;r I)ocamler :t. I()', andl if within einety eays after this notice o; ),unli. loun yo.i lil or retllltn to colntriblutl yair pronortlon or nitch er ,eaditare, as ro-owner, your In:terest ill the aid Blainr will i.,r hell arty of the sub:tcrier under aid ueclion ":21. I'AhT' ('il MkoDOtNALD. First publioatiam July C1, 18911. SMOKRE HAZEL KIRKEciARs I If you want the best. They have been in the market thirteen years, and are :BETTFR THA:N EVER TO-D7:Y. W. S. Conrad, St. Paul, Distributing Agent. S. Ottenberg & Bros., New York, the Makers. CHAS. BASWITZ, SOLE REPRESENTATIVE FOR MONTANA,- FOR SALE E V]EMRYWHtEI.lE. DR. , ,GOODHIRT, The Examiner and Contracting BeUlor Physelola of the Celebrated and Renowned DR. blEBIG & GO. Liebig World Dispensary, KANSAS CITY, BUTTE CITY and SAN FRAN CISCO, Has Osices and Private Rooms for Free Gonsultation -AT THE Merchants Hotel, Helena, August 1st to 7th. Private Office: Room 15. WI CALL EARLY ..! u Offces will be Crowded the Last Day. Special Treatment for and Wonderful Cures mad doof all CHRONIC, PRIVATE AND WASTING DISEASES, Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat. Blood and Skin. Liver ond Kidneys, Gleet, l.triotro. Varicocelo, Hydro gale, Loss of Vitality, Seminal Weakness, Nery. ono Debility and Prematuro Decline in Young, Middle Aged, or the Old. Braeo., Appliances. Trusses, Elastio Stockings for Varicocele condi tlons. Apparatus for all deformities made for obash and every ease. This will be a rare opportunity to consult the oid doctor. MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS SRAILWAY, -AND THIE- * FAMOUES F ALBERT LEA ROUTE. Through Trains Daily From St, Paul and 3Iinaeapolis * * * * TO OHICAGO . * . 2 Without change, couneating with the Fast Trains of alllines for the EAST AND SOUTHEAST. The Direct and Only Line running Through Care between Minneapolis and Des Moines, Iowa, via Albert Lea and Fort Dcdge. Solid Through Trains Between MINNEAPOLIS and ST. LOUIS mad the principal cities of the MisisiDppi, and connecting in Union l)epots for al points South and Southwest. Many hourm saved, ndt the only line running two trains Daily to IIANSAS Cil'Y, IAVI:N WORT ., ATotHISOUN making connection with the Union Paeifi and Atchison. Topeka & Sants Fe railways. ('.see connectilons mde in Union Depot with all trains of tile St. Paul, linntoao lie & Manioba,. Northern I'acific. St. Paul & Duluth Railways, from and to all pointr North and Nuronwest. REMEMBER I The trains of the Min:ne.polis A St. Lonie Rail ways are coioese O d of Comfortublo Dtay Coaols, Magnificent Pullman lleeoping (Carse horton l.e lining Chair C(ra, and our justly celebrated PALACE !)INING CAtlS. 150 lbs. of Bsegags checked FREE. Fare al ways as low as the lowest. For 'Time Tables, Through 'licketm. etc., call upon the nearest ticket agent or write to C. M. PRATT, General Passenger and Ticket Agt.. Minneapolis. To Chicago in Less than 14 Hours .: VIA : SNORTHWESTERN LINE 9. St P, M. & 0, Ry. C, & N-W Ry. The Shortest and Best Line From St. Paul to Chicago, Sioux City and Omaha. The only line rulnning al. its Passenger Tlrans In less than 14 hours , ttweea St. Paul and Chi cugo, and while this time is quick, triins do not hlrve to run at as high rate of sptotl to ma,,e their tin tn as on other lines, beoaune this line in shorter than any other line. "The Puollan anid Wager Vestibuled Limit ed," leaving St. aul at, 7:0 P. 1M., mnkei the trip to t'hicago in 13ii boours, ruturning in 11 hours and 25 mintutes. "The D)aylightt Express," leaving St, Paul at 7:45 A. t. r makes the trip to Chlicago ir 13 hour and 50 minutes, returning in 13 hore and 45 ninutes. This is the only line by which connections are assur-+d in Chicago with all fast line trains from ClhircgO to tho east and south in the mornin andi at night ('lose tonerct.ions are made at St. 'aul with Northern Peitis and Great Northern trains. For rates, maps. folders, etc.. apply to C. Fl. M. TINLINU, Gin,,ral Agent, Dailey Bloch. No. 18 N. Alain St., Ilelna, Mont. T. W. T.AeDAII Geo. Pas. Agent. it. Paul. Miun. 13. B IYI3K!C11flEI, Second Floor Herald Bul11in, BLANIK BOOKS •.To Order.;. H)OKR NEATLY RUI..I) and PRINiiTED. THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE * AUGUST SPECIALTIES .. 26 Dozen Gloria Silk Umbrellas Sold in Ten Days! BUT ANOTIER CONSIGNMENT IS HERE! Numerous customers have requested us to duplicate our grand special drive in Gloria Silk Umbrellas, which has been the greatest hit of the season. Ladies, we have done better---they are here; not a small lot, but oceans of them. Paragon Frames--Extra Fine Silver-Plated Handles, SILK UMBRELLAS, FORMER PRICE $3. NOW $1.75. SILK UMBRELLAS,'FORMER PRICE $3.50. NOW $2. SILK UMBRELLAS, FORMER PRICE $4. NOW $2.50. 60o doz. Ladies' Embroidered Pure Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, $r per doz. ati- - 25 doz. Ladies' Black Opera and Colored Silk Vests, choice $r each - Rea - - - - One lot Extra Length Ribbed Lisle Vests, 25c. each .1 - - A New Lot of Sk BouTOAY w Lot of Silk Blouses THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE, Cor. Main and State Sts., Helena, Montana REALTI IS WEALTH HE~v BRALM .c; '"tu-'L.:.ýA:r.ýfrýt'^ýý, Z T nATIFNTýry Dr. E. C. Wost'p Nnrve antBIrain ro 'ltoitot' nt. a guarontrood Fp'orifc for Ii tt-toio. Dizzioness, ('cir inrlsqitls. Fils, N~o:·\vonl N(-rllr iili il. al~nl~lcha No'rvoop 1t'osit~tiptji rntr Iltt tie it", of al, olth it tit act'. Va',otti n.":,. Mtntal Iuitir. ",sor ''oft aiat of thtitlbrain. . bul jog lni ins tt t nd It ailipg to tli:-ry. dt,'ao a it tli~tt., 'rnittt~ro tail alntiar ~ l (te aiit ··1I~ ioti CII title. Harr root,, Loss of Power i(I (,it l·i\.( s( 1 Ito or-,tyrljut, of ti~o itroint. oi'l ,io,1 "or y i,.'y nirurt . lltlt ech frttitappsatp,1:th Il rt. t.t ,oo. Il.:ti)a brayr six loin fow r tt tii, ot WVtt Gi'AIANrifIf SIX i10l'Tl n 'l' rarce any cama. With oach niv rriiit Ity i:ftir six laI arrtrlt jb I tk ,i woi wi fund thenet ' toih ,tlurtri"a ,_' t-t r tti a 'pro. ttii nrotti~ti j -r' a,.i by Ii. 'P. I'auI "n t tic Co.,, drugyi~tt, solo atomb~, IlI oe.it. Hiatt. t$100 RENWA ill). IVY. will pir Ith tb it rowarI fir vant p if ~itti Comlajint. 1)l irlrt 'a. Itok Pi 'a o ii ;tiga' tion. tppti tiot ir Cttitte-i atwith Wr(tto ( I\gotatile Iir Cbil tutit he Iirrrii n aril e' in IV io pnio n : wt', , h, }" arilr: I arly \tpieiaI l n pitti f il otti fittptti ';, rpltt2:, tni. lfotnotrt if and 'litati u h rgiL nin tt vIol i:r.' t ley 1ltF, JONa C Va moa'ttl Yi flieir::, , lit. t rhi ly 1i. Mi . 'airbhon & Co. ,tirtig.'ll-,t lll lir . A lttiMCifN'I' NOTICE--OFP'IC'E OFt ('Atd ratei Laoni 'ompt.atiy. room I. foewr lottilit'; ofi~i+tirI',b 'inori that at a rogt:1o'or nIe;I Aut Itoetitonn of Ili. II rotor~" l)1 it l dintyitt Ieiotttianoaif the unift Iyofn Oniftyl'if ipt itassity ofn iloi, tit(ttret OtuI r itinin teiptc fo tattti tvatt~t~t pot iill ttitrh toI tOiinitttiji i al,. tp'i i i iit oany, at Itheitti tuir Ptoir" ' r and~ 1t, Cowe ýit', *llttI Ipto ittt tellar~titro wU P.ill 'l i- i tt to itit~u t i thetfir ottlay lif aotonfatio ,1 ri "I; a ,ftoc dif ilol, It..nu hlliti tr SI'd i0,a.ilo loIntan. ly. 8ni', nud l. s Nitap% j Iit 'f he u ta, Erutil In'ri. i t,", o I o "ii! inayf rto, 'r tininut, itt t"y't,tai ntou ttii- rtiotr ttit i theo, I yrfu '' al itig:nc lxp.nt oify a.ileitt. ii i Ioti.t if I, tot. 11ilena. Montata fily 8, 151l. --t~r i . r k itto ,'. r'A,, t:N THE RUN Faot Trains with Pullian= Vestutnled Draw'.na Hulos hile pars Dhingis ('sa and t'oarb ils o otttt dtrai., b"twos' ('ili.ut, anul MLilwaiikoe nd St. Pao.tlu d ntii oetl lis. Fast 'l'rmin wits i'a!lna Vsatiblllod Drawin Room ilnr.alr, t)iaing t.ars and rsai.c tos m.t dI.,lign, .rt\\,ill CIi~aoi an I eMilwaukee 1 t Rd dihasil a aid Dahl. h. Thnrolugh P'llim. Vestibulld D)rawi:lg Room cud olonrist o.;:tor. via ther Norlhllan Pacifio tailrotd liionwo, ('i. i'n, asd l'ortlnatl, Oro. I (onwhnis.lt 'Tiaia, ton I foltl a.L tiuin IWest. "it. Noitilrlsni atl tli tt WIcosin pwOnItM. eo - tlilgu:,o P!lm.ar o slrriu to and fraolt Wau.. in. l',,"d du l.c, I ()., i,irh. &Ea ('airil Harley. 1'T.. a ItranEv .,iIdl Otls,,m r, Mi. . Ar ,', e*ide, hut rin,,-'a L rf 'lVlitl lo , time nin ,ICo and othier itufrnrmatiom. mapply to agtints of o lia, ior o ticketa alts: anyw lro in th Juiie.I :t a·t or (anadla. p. I. Am\u-lie. ;ien'i iansagr, Milwaukee. Wi.e I.t. llauan.urd. aunpral Trallec Manitager. St. Pant, hlMinn. 1 i. t. larlon. 't'raflia Manager. ltiwat:kte; WI:'. Louis Eckstian. A.at. Otan'l li'ae r a\'t , UlilWar kee. Wis. thE GREAT [IROTHERN Railv2a' Lirne. Men'ana Central Railway, Gie t Northern Railway, Eastern Ra Iway of Minnesota, Duluth, Watertown & Pacific Ry. .I TIlE GIREAT I'THJOU5It SYSTEtI! : A solid through train of tleoirtr, ulion t a Sloepers to Miaueat:olit. ht. Put lath, West ulterior unit Si.x l a t.. (':oo .inteeti, oa h or bi ,, NW Until fiirthor ntic i 'l'rt ri will rn as tilti w,.. sonnetr. j A, TRAINSa DAILLY ,i t.luT. b 11t.l a, . t.n A.htlanti0 I: ipre.s... 11:10 a. ii. ,:".;t 1 . .... 'roi .t" I':? ,,,1 '" ". '|. |p uli. 0:111 p. In. Plr|!t ,( I hitue tial.1 '(t at taii. Si-,liitm ar brth , tiiickrs. titrC t'tr,,, t, .. i i t p," atid (mtt Tic3 ,.$ (|Iro, hi t . l, t1rl t '. Lain stract. B ('. W, irrs, t'ity'li kt.t \ge nt. It. II. loA nt,\. t. P. (1'. Agt.. Ni. M . ( VY. [iCFIVER'S SALE-NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the undersigned receiver b virtue I a deoree made and entered inthe United MIBt ircuit coort, of thctplnth Judicial circuit in and ir the district cf lfntntana. on Wednesday, July 1,5 1, In which Gllchriet Brothers A& dgar ate l.-ntitrl, against Ifelenna, ot Springs and m.mo or liRilrou company, et at.. defendant., will se public auc:ion, to the higheat bidder, on the t day of September 1891,'attie north door of the ourt htn s, in the county of l.wis and Clarke. airt of Montana. at 12 o'clock .. of said day, II the right., title and interest of the parties in tId suit to the following described propertl to Thar certain railway known as the Healena Hot trinqs ant -itiolter railroad, commencing on the tlundary line between the hroadwater Hot prie in lotol propvrty antr the premises of the ate t lwighit I. Godell. running thence in an rt-tr!y idirctioa to, ald through the city of il ayn. to tie Northern Pacific depot. Together itlh all th ltotis. tenouents and hereditamente. ttniu d or appropriatKAd for the rihtl of way of oil raiiroadl onl branlhen. And all the eata nontut rights, linl tiol. privilagie, franchiseo. i. tiotittie. and ecxttionnes o said railroad comt. oan nlter ltainn.n to tlto oniitg, maintaining, |v rtin11 . tlcilt: snoil r ,nyeyltl the 'srmt; tog,,ther itti all lio rilrcoad tiacki, right of way, delot trled-., rttinl gnroititl and other Intns, htruoc lrt-, s ation itlns. otlitto hollto, car hol o. fuel illlre'. warltio:oe, ShopI. tachinte houses. turn tli:e. otullptrstl'etiilrt'o. roil tOin cks, ears, for itare, to~o,. iultylmoot. itac itoinryl o said ai'voa 1 o.:otttn.:l o.n all other troperty,'roeal, ire, nal ald nlltai. ii rin rtn bide will aclo I o r'ctovel, by the tunder. ignit for csaid iropcrty, which cad bile will lbe .tised at the Ileas, and Un ll the tiny of rale and -,iply toad asn the biue of parties making the .oteo. 'Th- sale shealtl Iet ,ath, stibject. to the ap roval andl ctntirnlation of the above ottned iurt. 'Tih Vroeorty will not wn sotli for less than ut:. ti. of itl It unm at leet I1l.00 lshall be titi tnt ash, ni tht balance nmy 0 aIid I stt in ix :,tI ntltttt.otltt-, icrtnelo bt" t nmortgaoe lien e lt' rt',vd Iy thit cturt. all left-reel itpyLinute ,tiring interest at thel rate, of oight iper contt per otiut.t. W\i1tlAM II. CIAtlK, Iltoceiver. [HE CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL R'Y. a the Faset Mail Short Line from St. Paul ntd Miinneapolis vin Lu Crotie and Milwau. oe to Chicago and nll points in the East. rn States and Ctanlud. it is the only line under onte matlgemott betweon St. Paul tid Cihioago. and is the Fittest Equipped lailway in the Northwest. It Is the only no running 'ullman Drawing-room Sloep. tc ocars with lnxurious stoking-rooms, and he tintet dining-oare in the world, via the luouns "Rivlr Bank ltoute," along the borres of Lake l'epin and the beautiful liaisoippi river to Milwaukee and China. o. Its trains oonno0t with those of the orthern lines in the Grantd Union depot at t. 'Paul. No chanuge of ars of any clea otweon St. Paul and Chicago. For through hokts, time tables, and full informatioen. pliI to any coupon ticket agent in the orthweet.