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A well equipped college in Faculty, Library and Laboratories. A well appointed modern gymnasium with instruction by a competent director. There is no college in Ohio where a thorough college education may be procured under more pleasant surroundings and with less expense to the student. Tuition free. Send for a catalogue to

President W. 0. THOMPSON, Oxford, Ohio.


Departments of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Midwifery.

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PROPOSED HOSPITAL. All Instruction, except clinical, by the recita- Large class rooms designed for the recitation tion system.

system, and the largest and best equipped Four years' graded course

rse of instruction, of laboratories belonging to any medical colseven months each.

lege in the state. Students graded on their daily recitations and Abundant clinical facilities. term examinations.

Considering superior advantages, fees are low.
Session for 1897-98 begins Wednesday, September 15, 1898-99.
For Catalogue and other Geo. M. WATERS, A.M., M.D., De&a of Medical Department.

information concern. OTTO ARNOLD. D. D. S., Dean of Dental Department.
ing, the Departments, N. L. BURNER, F.C. S., Dean of Pharmaceutical Department.

OHIO MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, 700-716 N. Park St., Columbus, O.


A good school for teachers and for those preparing for the profession of teaching. Over 2,000 teachers receive instruction here every year. Instructors all thorough, experienced, efficient. Latest approved methods of teaching discussed and exhibited. Special classes formed for those preparing for examination. School the entire year, holiday week excepted. Students can enter at any time and find suitable classes. Expenses reasonable. We furnish room, board and tuition, ten weeks, for $28. Room and board in private families. Send for catalogue.



This you can do at the least expense of time and money at

The National Normal University

LEBANON, OHIO. 1855--The oldest, most widely known and the best Normal in the United States.- 1898

Progress Great improvements in facilities and teaching force recently made.
Preparatory for students of any age or state of advancement who can study just what they
School desire and as long as they wish. The most able teachers in the University have

work in this department. College of Newly equipped with all necessary fixtures of a first-class business college. PreBusiness sided over by an expert accountant and practical teacher. Thorough instruction

in Shorthand and Typewriting. College of No other Institution takes the same definite and practical course in training Teachers pupils in the principles and practices of teaching. None has sent out so many

successful teachers. The teachers' course renewed and improved. The work now

being done under the direction of its present able faculty has never been equaled. Higher The Scientific and Classic courses are widely and well known for the superior Education training which they give. Graduates from these departments have been uniform

ly successful. In many states they are preferred to those from any other Institu.

tion. Strong courses are sustained in Law, Medicine, Music, Fine Arts, etc. Expenses Tuition, $8.00 per session; Rooms, 30 to 60 cents per week; Board, $1.25 to $1.50

per week!

Calendar Sessions open September 6, 1898; November 1, 1898; December 27, 1898; February

21, 1899; April 18, 1899; June 13, 1899.
Send for new illustrated catalogue and full information.

Address, C. K. HAMILTON, Secretary, Lebanon, 0. J. W. WITHERS, President.

Mount Union College, Alliance, O.

THE COLLEGE offers four courses of four years each : The Classical, the Scientific, the Philo

sophic, the Literary, each leading to a degree. THE PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT prepares for each of the college courses; affords,

also, a good academic education. THE NORMAL DEPARTMENT offers a three years' course, of four terms each. Also, a shorter term, excluding Latin. Facilities in this department greatly improved.

Other Departments are the COMMERCIAL, the_MUSIC, the ART,

and the ORATORY AND PHYSICAL CULTURE. Correspondence solicited. Investigate and see what we can do for you especially if you are self-dependent. Our handsome catalogue sent free on application. Terms open Nov. 29. Feb. 28, May 23.

Address MOUNT UNION COLLEGE, Alliance, O.

Tri-State Normal College


The youngest of all the leading Normal schools in the country, and yet we graduated more stu.

dents last year from the Classical Course than any other Normal school in the state. We accomodate all grades of pupils at all times. Just opened a new Physical laboratory for the

better teaching of Physics — with $1000 of efficient apparatus. Common branches taught all the time. Students can begin a Course any term. Board, furnished room and tuition $2.75 to

$2.85 per week. All students are homed in good families. Next term opens Oct. 25 — the next Jan. 3 - another in March - another in May- and then a Midsummer term of six weeks. Ask the president for catalogue, and ask him any questions.

L. M. SNIFF, A. M., President, Angola, Indiana.

The Largest and Best Equipped Normal School in the United States,

Opened its twenty-sixth year August 30th, with a
larger attendance than that of any preceding year.

Aim of the The aim of the school is to give to all the best possible advantages for accomSchool plishing the greatest amount of work in the shortest time, and at the least

expense. Character The character of the instruction is so satisfactory that, for a number of years, of Work the credits from the school have been accepted in the best universities any

where. Teachers The high grade of work done in the Department of Pedagogy has received the

commendation of educators everywhere. There is no other school in the coun

try giving more attention to professional work. Pharmacy The School of Pharmacy is very complete. There are about sixty recognized

schools of pharniacy in the United States. Of these not more than twelve have

sufficient laboratory facilities to do the entire work, and this is one of the twelve. Business The Business College in connection with the school is one of the most complete College in the land. It is equipped with the most extensive line of offices ever at

tempted by any school. Music

In Music, on account of the school being located so near Chicago, we are obliged to compete with the best work done there, so that students have every advantage

here that they could have in the city, and at an expense not one-fourth so great. Other

What is said of the completeness of these departinents may be said of each de-
Departments partment of the school.
Expenses Less than at any Other Place. Tuition, $ 10.00 per term. Good board and well fur-

nished room, $1.50 to $ 1.90 per week. Same rates in private families as in dorm-
Catalogue giving full particulars of school mailed free. Address,
H. B. BROWN, or 0. P. KINZEY.


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Rapid Vertical Style


|--New plan. Individual method. Approved speci

mens preserved. Not a copy book. Cheaper than a copy book. Rapid Vertical Style. Recently published. Nearly 1,000,000 copies sold first nine months. Development of style, together with movement from book to book. “A set of books and Manual of Methods, postpaid for 250. Roudebush Writing Spellers. Double ruled. Single ruled. Roudebush Vertical Pens. No. 1, Mediuin. No.2, Medium Fine. No. 3, Extra Fine. Send for samples.

CENTRAL SCHOOL SUPPLY HOUSE, Cor. Wabash Ave. and Randolph St., Chicago, Ill.

The New York Central and Hudson River Railroad


Newest Books. Mrs. Wilson's (U. S.) History Reader for

Elementary Schools. · 400 pages. Charming illustrations. 60 cents. Also in four parts, each 20 cents. Also Part V, made up of selections from the other parts, for anniversaries: Bird Day, Arbor Day, Flag Day, Decoration Day. 20 cents.

Carpenter's American Prose Selections.

475 pages, $1.00. On same plan as Craik's English Prose and Ward's English Poets.

George's from Chaucer to Arnold. 675

pages, $1.00. A collection of the very best in prose and poetry.

Mrs. Wright's Four-Footed Americans.

Beautifully illustrated, $1.50. For supplementary reading.

Gidding's Elements of Sociology. $1.10.

For use in high schools.

Recently Published. Mrs. Wilson's Nature Study Reader. (Com

panion volume to "Nature Study in Elementary Schools"). 35 cents. For supplementary reading in the grades.

Carpenter's Principles of English Gram.

mar. 75 cents. A capital book for High School st lents Adopted at once by the Kansas City High School.

Davenport and Emerson's Elements of

English Grammar. 65 cents. For the

The Macmillan Company

Auditorium Building, CHICAGO

New York


upper grades or first year in high school. Just adopted in Lincoln, Neb.

The McLellan and Ames Series of Arith

metics. Public School Arithmetic, 60 cents. Primary Arithmetic, 35 cents. Based on McLellan & Dewey's " Psychology of Num. ber." Used already in five State Normal Schools and thirty cities.

Noble's Studies in American Literature.

$1.00. Gives a comprehensive knowledge of the subject.

Channing's Student's History of the

United States. $1.40. A study of institutions, uot a mere record of events. Without a rival in its special field.

Already Extensively Used. Lewis' First Book in Writing English.

80 cents. For first and second years in the high school. Is revolutionizing the teach

ing of English. Tarr's First Book of Physical Geography.

$1.10. Forty thousand copies sold in fifteen months.

Tarr's Elementary Physical Geography.

$1.40. For third or fourth year of high school.

Tarr's Elementary Geology. $1.40. On mo

dern lines. "A beautiful book."

Mrs. Wilson's Nature Study in Elemen

tary Schools. 90 cents. A Manual for Teachers.

San Francisco

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OF MUSIC, Cincinnati, has
established a Department for
the Training of Teachers of
Music in the Public Schools.

en de A competent Instructor will be in charge and Certificates will be awarded to all who complete the Course. Of alte Correspondence is invited. * * * este foarte des are

Charles A. Graninger, Director,

Seventh and Elm Sts.,

School of Music.
Cincinnati, Ohio.

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