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Normal System of Penmanship,
Complete in Six Books, of 28 Pages Each,
IS NOW READY. In this series the Reversible Copy Card is kept near the line on which the Pupil is writing.
Directions in BOLD PRINT, and Cuts from actual Photographs, are in sight above the copy.
Each Book contains as much Writing surface as a book and a half with Head Lines.
A Height Scale, showing by COLORS the exact proportions of Writing, is a new and valuable feature.
Liberal terms for introduction. Specimen numbers sent by mail on receipt of 10 cents. ADAMS, BLACKMER & LYON,
No. 35 Lombard Block, Chicago
AMERICAN SLATED WOODEN
We are prepared to furnish at low rates the following goods, manufactured by the American Slate Company, Norwich, Conn.:
SLATED WOOD COPY BOOKS-3 Nos. Especially designed for Primary Schools as an introduction to any of the Sys. tems of Writing now in use.
SLATED WOOD DRAWING BOOKS-3 Nos.
Will soon be ready, THE AMERICAN WOOD SLATE
A light, durable and beautiful article for Primary Schools. COMMON SCHOOL WOOD SLATES-5 Sizes.
5x7, 6x9, 7xll, 8x12 and 9x13. The surface of these Slates is the best ever made, and fully equal to that of the Stone Slate.
THE PATENT SLATE PENCIL HOLDER, A new article, having the hearty approval of all Teachers who have examined it. It is more economical than the common slate pencil, and compels the pupil to hold his pencil from the first as he should hold his pen while writing.
Slate Pencil Points to accompany the Holders.
ADAMS, BLACKMER & LYON,
No. 35 Lombard Block, Chicago, Exclusive Agents for the West and Southwest
How a Little Girl Made Home Happy.
By Dr. C. R. BLACKALL.
THIS IS THE FIRST NUMBER OF THE
66 Little Sunbeam Series,"
A series of pictures in children's words, clear, simple and homelike. It sets forth a practical, healthful type of a little child's religion. No
And are valuable as being the Pioneer Sunday School Teacher's Magazine.
ADAMS, BLACKMER & LYON,
Box 708, CHICAGO, ILL.
STANDARD SERIES OF TEXT BOOKS,
Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene.
A series of three books, Fully Illustrated, acknowledged superior to all other Text Books upon these subjects. To be accompanied by
CUTTER'S ANATOMICAL PLATES,
TWO SETS-Cutter's Large Series, 10 in set three feet long-finely colored.
Cutter's District School Series, 8 in set--finely colored. OF
Mounted in several styles, or in sheets unmounted.
Published by ANDREWS & BIGELOW,
63 Washington St., Chicago.
The Sunday School Teacher, ,
A NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE FOR SUNDAY SCHOOLS. Containing carefully prepared papers on Sunday School topics; Scripture Lessong for the Year; Object Lessons; Maps of the Bible Lands; Exercises in Sacred Geography; A Foreign Sunday School Correspondence not equaled by any periodical in the nation; Colloquies for Concerts and Anniversary Exercises; Reports of Conventions and Sunday School Teachers' Institutes; a new piece of Sunday School Music each month, by Philip Phillips; and other new and valuable features,
Among the Contributors are: Rev. JOHN PAUL COOK, of France. Rev. WM. HOGARTH, D. D., of Detroit. Rev. John TÓDD, D. D., of Pittsfield, Rev. ALEXANDER CLARK, Cincinnati. Mass.
RALPH WELLS, Esq.
Mrs. EMILY J. BUGBEE.
Box 708, CHICAGO, ILL. For Specimen Number enclose Ten Cents.
National Business College,
The Proper Training to make Useful, Successful Men.
The Age and Exigencies of the Times Demand the Eastman System
of Business Education.
A MODEL COMMERCIAL COLLEGE IN CHICAGO.
There has been built up, in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., by H. G. EASTMAN, LL.D., the largest and most popular Institution of Learning on the American Continent, numbering Thirteen Hundred Students, and occupying six buildings. He has suggested the best Course of Study for Practical, Useful Education, and the best mode of Commercial College Instruction ever adopted in this or any other country.
Its largely increasing patronage in the West has induced him to extend its usefulness, by establishing a Western Institution of the College at Chicago, under the Principalship of Prof. E. P. EASTMAN.
Its success already has no parallel in the history of Educational Institutions, it having a more extended patronage to-day than any Commercial or Mercantile College in the West.
It is the largest, best furnished, and most complete Institution of the kind in the World, in appointments and facilities.
The Course of Study comprises every variety of Business and Finance, from Retail to Banking Operations, by the great system of ACTUAL BUSINESS INSTRUCTION. Book-keeping in all its various methods, Business Forms, Terms and Usages, Business Writing, Correspondence, Commercial Arithmetic, Commercial Law, Advertising, Partnership Settlements, Detecting Counterfeit Money, thoroughly taught.
Its Telegraph Department is the Best and Most Extensive in the Country.
Graduates are assisted to Situations in Government Departments and the Cities of the Country.
Students are admitted every week-day in the year, without regard to previous education.
Full information may be had at the Oollege, METROPOLITAN HALL, or by addressing the Principal,
E. P. EASTMAN,
D. K. ALLEN,