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STORIES OF OHIO

by WILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS.

Full cloth, 12mo, 287 pages. Illustrated.

These stories for young people, told in Howells's inimitable style, are based upon the History of Ohio from the time of “ The Ice Folk and the Earth Folk” to the present day. Place this book in the hands of your boys and girls; it is calculated not only to interest and instruct, but to inspire them with a just pride in our great Commonwealth.

STORIES OF PENNSYLVANIA

by WALTON & BRUMBAUGH.

Linen, 12mo, 300 pages. Illustrated.

Pennsylvania has in many respects the most interesting and remarkable history of any of the original colonies. It will be found especially attractive to accompany Stories of Ohio as the colonial history of Pennsylvania practically embraces that of Ohio. The stories are all interesting and represent every section of the state and every period in its history.

Previously Issued

STORIES OF NEW JERSEY by Frank R. Stockton.
STORIES OF GEORGIA by Uncle Remus.
STORIES OF MISSOURI by John R. Musick.

Nearly Ready

STORIES OF INDIANA by Maurice Thompson.

Single copies of any of the above books will be sent by mail, postpatd, upon

receipt of 60 cents.

AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY

317 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, Ohio

New York
Chicago

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Just the set of books for township boards to purchase. To awaken interest in good literature, it has no equal. We guarantee satisfaction or money refunded. Agents wanted. We pay the express.

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Stories of Columbus.......
Stories of Industry Vol. I...

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Stories of Massachusetts.

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Geography for Young Folks..
Storyland of Stars ......

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Stories from Animal Land..

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Sto. from Shakespeare Vol. I. " " 166 .50
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Educational Publishing Company,

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STORIES OF OHIO

by WILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS.

Full cloth, 12mo, 287 pages. Illustrated.

These stories for young people, told in Howells's inimitable style, are based upon the History of Ohio from the time of “The Ice Folk and the Earth Folk” to the present day. Place this book in the hands of your boys and girls; it is calculated not only to interest and instruct, but to inspire them with a just pride in our great Commonwealth.

STORIES OF PENNSYLVANIA

by WALTON & BRUMBAUGH. Linen, 12mo, 300 pages. Illustrated.

Pennsylvania has in many respects the most interesting and remarkable history of any of the original colonies. It will be found especially attractive to accompany Stories of Ohio as the colonial history of Pennsylvania practically embraces that of Ohio. The stories are all interesting and represent every section of the state and every period in its history.

Previously Issued

STORIES OF NEW JERSEY by Frank R. Stockton.
STORIES OF GEORGIA by Uncle Remus.
STORIES OF MISSOURI by John R. Musick.

Nearly Ready

STORIES OF INDIANA by Maurice Thompson.

Single copies of any of the above books will be sent by mail, postpatd, upon

receipt of 60 cents.

AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY

317 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, Ohio

New York
Chicago

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LABORATORY METHOD

A Laboratory Manual in Practical Botany.
By CHARLES H. CLARK, A.M., D.Sc., Prin.
cipal of Windsor Hall School, Waban, Mass.

This new Botany, which will be issued immediately, is intended for use in secondary schools, and for an elementary course in Colleges where students have had no previous training in Botany. It is especially commended to the attention of teachers who have no patience with the old idea that the sole purpose of the study of Botany is to find the names of flowers, and who are not satisfied to give their classes mere fragmentary studies of detached portions of the science.

Correspondence is cordially invited.

The New Botanist's Microscope

Price with two lenses $1.50

with three lenses 1.75 This is an improved dissecting instrument for the use of students of Botany, Geology, Entomology, and other branches of Natural Science. It is adapted for field and laboratory work. The magnifiers give a range of from 15 to 25 diameters.

This is the most portable and the cheapest good instrument offered to schools.

We have also just published

A New Astronomy for Beginners

By DAVID P. TODD,

Director of the Observatory of Amherst College. This book, a 12mo, 480 pages, with an unusually large and beautifully executed set of diagrams and other illustrations and plates in color, is confidently believed to be the book desired by atrong High School and elementary College classes in this fascinating subject. We will send to any one, on application, our pamphlet "How to Teach and How to Study Astronomy," and also advance leaves of the book itself.

The price is $1.30 per copy with special terms for introduction.

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PALAMON AND ARCITE (Eclectic English Classics) required for College entrance examinations in English for 1898 and 1899 in the "Reading” Course. 12mo, boards, in the usual admirable style of Eclectic English Classics, 20 cents. Single copies of any the above books will be sent by mail, postpaid,

to any address, upon receipt of the price,

Special terms for introduction.

AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY

317 Walnut St., CINCINNATI, O.

New York
Chicago

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