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The attention of persons who wish to buy or sell lands is invited to the following:
AND AGENCY.-For the benefit of our subscribers who have
lands to sell, we have arranged with a responsible Real Estate Agency in this city to take charge of and offer for sale such property as the subscriber may wish to sell through our instra. mentality.
The special advantage wbich we offer is that we will advertise the property without cost to the seller. If the property is sold, the usual Real Estate Agent's Commission will be charged.
Persons availing themselves of this offer will please forward full and complete descriptions of property, with lowest price that will be taken for same. Address
JOURNAL OF INDUSTRY, Richmond, Ta.
middle-aged , of) his former patrons, and an A. M. diploma from a good Southern College, desires a situation as TEACHER in a school, public or private, free or pay, male or female. He teaches the English branches, Latin, a full course of Pure Mathematics and Natural Philosophy and Astronomy, some Greek and French, and a little of Chemistry and AngloSaxon and Italian. Address, with particulars,
CHI THETA BETA, P. O. Box 36, Charlottesville, Va.
The JOURNAL OF INDUSTRY, of
Richmond, Va., devoted to
Horticulture. Richmond, Va., devoted to
Atwater's School Government..
.$1.50 Brook's Teachers' Register.....
1.00 Calkins' Object Lessons. New edition...
1.50 Hart in the School Room .....
1.25 Holbrook's Normal Method of Teaching.
1.75 Ivison's School Diaries, 1 and 2, per doz.......
1.00 Northend's Teacher's Assistant......
1.50 Page's Theory and Practice of Teaching
1.50 Tracy's School Record (Pocket, 65)..... Wickersbam's School Economy.
1.50 White's Common School Register.....
1.00 Liberal discounts to teachers. All the books used in the public and private schools can be found at
STARKE & RYLAND'S, 915 Main St., Richmond, Va.
Kindergarten Culture in the Family and K’indergarten.-(Just Published.)
By W. N. HAILMAN, A. M. A complete sketch of Froebel's system of Early Education, adapted to American Institutions. For the use of Mothers and Teachers. 12mo. 120 pp., cloth. Illustrated. Price 75 cents.
Ray's Surveying and Navigation :-(Just Published.)
With a Preliminary Treatise on Trigonometry and Mensuration. By A. Scuưy. LER A. M., Professor of Applied Mathematics and Logic in Baldwin University ; Author of “ Higher Arithmetic,” “ Principles of Logic," and “Complete Al. gebra.” 8vo, sheep, 403 pp. Price, $2.23; for introduction, $1.50; sample copy by mail, $1.75.
The School Stage:
By W. H. VENABLE. 27 New Juvenile Acting Plays for Exhibitions at School and Home. Plain and Full directions relating to costume, properties and stage “ business.” Numerous illustrations by FaryY. 12mo, cloth. Price $1.25.
Eclectic Classical Series; By G. K. BarthoLOMEW :
dconcise and systematic arrangement of the laws of the Latin tongue, prepared
II. Latin Gradua),
To accompany the author's Latin Grammar. 12mo., 150 pp., hf. roan.
Good Morals and Gentle Manners:
By Alex. M. Gow, A.M., Supt Public Schools, Evansville, Ind. A systematic text-book on Moral and Social Law. “Practical Ethics for the training of the true Gentleman and Lady." 12mo., cloth. Price, $1.25. Sample copies and supplies for introduction, 84 cents.
Brown's Physiology and Hygiene, Venable's U.S. History, Thalheimer's Ancient History, Henkle's Test Speller, Williams' Parser's Manual, Schuyler's Complete Algebra, schuyler's Logic, Norton's Philosophy, Phillip's Day School Singer, Cole's Instituie Reader, Kidd's Rhetorical Reader, Eclectic Copy-Books, Eclectic Geographies, White's Arithmetics, Etc., Etc.
Descriptive Circulars and Price List to any address on application.
WILSON, HINKLE & CO., PUBLISHERS OF THE ECLECTIC EDUCATIONAL SERIES.
CINCINNATI and NEW YORK.
After three years of laborous effort, under many discouraging circumstances, we may fairly claim that the Record has been placed on a firm basis. The advertising patronage has been so liberal that the, Publisher has been encouraged from time to time to increase its size. and it has now double the number of pages with which it commenced It is proposed to increase still further the value of the next volume, by the use of new type, a better quality of paper, and an increased pumber of pages, while it is not proposed to increase the cost of subscription, which is already one-third less than any other professional publication in the country of equal value.
The importance, in these days of organization and combination, to the Profession of such a periodical as this aims to be cannot be overestimated. The work of the Editor is purely a “labor of love," and every Physician can help him to make the Record better and more useful by extending its circulation and by contributing to its pages either items of news or brief statements of whatever may occur in his practice or readings that would be of general interest.
The subscription rates remain as heretofore, $2 per annum.
The business affairs of the Record being in a healthy condition, more earnest efforts will be made to enlarge its sphere of usefulness in Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina, where it has no competitor. Physicians receiving specimen copies of this Journal are requested to consider its claims to their support.
Specimen copies will be sent free on application.
All communications should be addressed to
VIRGINIA CLINICAL RECORD,
that constructed and set in
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did not intend that it should be marred or what
tered, or destroyed by reckless management. Even
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finest and most useful of them has been duplicated
in Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer Aperient 80 that now, the Invalid may, in point of fact, always have the famous German Spring at his hand. Of all refreshing and ebullient draughts,
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0 FOURTH READER, .
70 FIFTH READER,
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LOOMIS' FIRST STEPS IN MUSIC. Book Fo'ır. (Being the completing book O'the Series ) It is admirably adapted as a school singing bunk, and can be used ludependently of any series. Stiff, ornamental cover, 216 pages. Price 60 cents.
The four numbers, coniprising Loomis' FIRST STEPs, will be sent by mail, for ex. amination, on receipt of 75 cents.
SWINTON'S WORD) PRIMER. (Being the completing book of the WORD-Book SERIE8.) A beginner's book in Oral and Writien Spelling. 96 pages. Price 20 cts
We shall be pleased to send a sample set of the Word-Book Series, comprising the WORD Analysis, WORD-Book and WORD-PRIMER, if desired for examination with a view to introduction, on receipt of 50 ceots.
Full announcements of the above, together with many other new and recent publications, will be found in The EDUCATIONAL REPORTER for September, which will be sent to teachers and educationalists without charge.
STANDARD TEXT BOOKS. The An.erican Educational Series,
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Fasquelle's French Course,
Woodbury's German Course,
Eliot & Storer's Chemistry,
silliman's Phys, and Chemistry,
Bryant aud Stratton's Book-Keeping. Apd many other well known Works.
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