Quarterly Illustrator, Volum 1,Utgaver 1-2

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H. C. Jones, 1893

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Side 93 - ... that came into the room in a passion, and threw down the table that stood before them : ' Every one,' says he, ' has his calamity, and he is a happy man that has no greater than this.
Side 137 - Without the aid of a teacher, I studied your book just eight weeks, sent my work to you for examination, and succeeded in obtaining your 'audit.' I then came to this city, without ever having seen the inside of a set of books, and immediately took control of a set of double-entry books for this firm, whose receipts during 1890 were about $1,500,000. I am now the firm's chief accountant and have five direct assistant book-keepers under me. It is said— and I do not think exaggerated — that I have...
Side 137 - ... audit.' I then came to this city, without ever having seen the inside of a set of books, and immediately took control of a set of double-entry books for this firm, whose receipts during 1890 were about $1,500,000. I am now the firm's chief accountant and have five direct assistant book-keepers under me. It is said— and I do not think exaggerated — that I have the largest set of books in Indianapolis. The above surely stand as self-evident facts that the channel of success was opened to me...
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Side 137 - Any Book-keeper who hopes to obtain a situation in a large wholesale or retail house, or any person who is in any way connected with such a house, will find this book to be of inestimable value to him.
Side 137 - Without the aid of a teacher, I studied your book just eight weeks, sent my work to you for examination and succeeded in obtaining your 'audit.
Side 93 - has his calamity; and he is a happy man who has no greater than this." We find an instance to the same purpose, in the life of Doctor Hammond, written by Bishop Fell. As this good man was troubled...
Side 20 - can be said of it, is, that it has also been unusually free from " corrupt jobbery." — NY Times (independent), I2th May, 1888. " At the close of the Legislative session at Albany to-day, Sena...
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Side 71 - In obedience to the parental wish, Paul went about the world searching for an education and a vocation, but finally returned with the conviction that he would rather be a poverty-stricken artist, if need be, than make money in any other profession, and now father and son are working side by side. Paul is essentially a painter of American subjects, believing there is ample opportunity for the native brush in the varying types of different sections.

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