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BUSINESS INSTITUTE,

Valparaiso, Ind.

WILL OPEN ITS 13th YEAR AUC, 25, 1885.

THIS IS THE

Largest Normal School in the United States

AND OFFERS

ADVANTAGES FOUND AT NO OTHER SIMILAR INSTITUTION.

For the coming year, the facilities will be largely increased, and the expenses made less than ever before.

The school continues its remarkable growth, which is the best evidence that the work meets the wants of the masses.

Catalogues giving full particulars mailed free.

CALENDAR. Fall Term will open August 25, 1885; First Winter Term will open Nov. 3, 1885; Second Winter Term will open January 12, 1886; Spring Term will open March 23, 1886; Summer Term will open June 1, 1886. Address,

H B. BROWN, Principal,

or O. P. KINSEY Associate Prin.

VIA THE

BEE LINE--C. C. C. & I.

IT

RAILWAY, TO ALL POINTS

EAST. The only Line with elegant through car service directly INTO NEW YORK CITY

ANDTHE ONLY LINE TO BOSTON

With Through Sleeping Cars. Fast Express Trains Daily!

All First Class Tickets to Points East are good via NIAGARA FALLS And Tickets of like class to New York can be exchanged, without additional cost, for a trip Down the Hudson River

Upon du notice to the Conductor before reaching Albany.

BEE LINE-1. and ST. L.

WEST

RAILWAY, TO ALL POINTS

Solid trains to the Mississippi River.
THROUGH SLEEPERS AND COACHES

TO ST. LOUIS

Direct connections in UNION DEPOTS for all Points in the WEST and PACIFIC COAST.

For Tickets apply to City Ticket Office, No. 2 Bates House Block, Indianapolis. 5-1f

O. B, SKINNER, Traffic Manager. A. J. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. Agt.

Fort Wayne, Cincinnati and Louisville

RAILROAD,

THE POPULAR ROUTE NORTH AND SOUTH. Ft. WAYNE, INDIANAPOLIS, TERRE HAUTE, EVANSVILEE, St. LOUIS. 13 MILES

SORTER 13 FORT WAYNE AND INDIANAPOLIS

Than any other Route. 22 R 22

And quicker by THREK HOURS, between

LOUISVILLE AND FORT WAYNE. NO CHANGE OF CARS between CINCINNATI AND FORT WAYNE

Via White Water Railroad. All Trains arrive and depart from Central Union Passenger Station, Cic. cinnati, corner Third Street and Central Avenue.

DIRECT CONNECTION at Fort Wayne with L. S. & M. S. Trains, for all Points North and East.

ASK FOR TICKETS via Fort Wayne, Cincinuati & Louisville Railroad, For sale by all Agents of Connecting; Lines, East, WEST, NORTH and SOUTH. W. W. WORTHINGTON,

ROBT. T. KINNAIRD,
General Superintendent.

Gen'l Ticket Agent,

Fort WAYNE, IND.

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(CUT REPRESENTS ONE-HALF SIZE.) DIXON’S PENCIL SHARPENER.

Prices Reduced from $3.50 to $2.50. In consequence of large sales and reduced cost of production, on receipt of $2.50 we will be glad to send a sharpener on approval. If not found satisfactory, the money will be refunded on return of sharpener.

JOS. DIXON CRUCIBLE CO., JERSEY CITY, N. J. AMERICAN NORMAL COLLEGE, ,

LOGANSPORT, INDIANA.

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The following are a few of the many conveniences and advantages of the Institution :

1. Students can enter at any time and pursue any study they may desire. 11. Expenses less here than elsewhere. III. Beginning, Advanced, and Review Classes in both common and higher branches.

are sustained each term; thus pupils can always find classes to suit their wants.

Students can use the books they bring with them, and thus save a great expense.
V. The Commercial Department is practical, thorough, and con.plete.
VI. Penmanship, Elocution, and Vocal Music are given without extra charge.
VII. Thoroughness, Practicability, and Economy are the objects of the Institution and
the secret of its success.

EXPENSES:
$25 pays for tuition, room-rent, well-furnished room, and good board for ten weeks.
Good board for $1 40 per week. Furnished rooms for 35 cts. to 50 cts. per week. Un-
furnished 20 cts. per week. Tuition $8 per term of ten weeks,

CALENDAR:
Summer Term begins June 1, 1886. First Fall Term opens August 10, 1886. Second
Fall Term opens October 19, 1886.
Send for catalogue giving full particulars. Address,
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CHAS, E. KIRCHER, PRINCIPAL.

SULLY'S NEW WORK.

PSYCHOLOGY.

On the Basis of OUTLINES OF PSYCHOLOGY.

By JAMES SULLY, A. M.

A practical exposition of the elements of Mental Science, with special applications to the Art of l'eaching, designed for the use of Schools, Teachers, Reading Circles, and Students geuerally. This book is not a mere abridgment of the author's “Outlines," but has been mainly re written for a more direct educational purpose, and is essentially a new work. It has been heretofore announced as “ Elements of Psychology."

NOTE.-No American abridgments or editions of Mr. Sully's works are autorizado except those publishek by the undersigned. PRICE, $1.50.

Sent to any address, post paid, on receipt of paice. Special terms will be made to Teachers, Reading Lircles, and on class-supplies.

D. APPLETON & CO., Publishers, NEW YORK, BOSTON, ATLANTA, CHICAGO, SAN FRANCISCO.

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HED PURCHASE

YOUR TICKETS

- TO THE

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NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION MEETING

At TOPEKA, JULY 9th to 16th, 'BURLINGTON ROUTE,” CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY R. R.

From either Chicago or Peoria. 1t is the only line running THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPERS between CHICAGO and TOPEKA. Elegant "C B. & Q:" Reclining Chair Cars (seats free) are run from Chicago and Peoria, and through coaches from Columbus direct to Kansas City.

For those who attend the above meeting SPECIAL REDUCED RATES have been made of one fare for the round trip. THE “BURLINGTON ROUTE” IS THE

ONLY LINE WITH ITS OWN TRACK BETWEEN
CHICAGO, PEORIA or ST. LOUIS and DENVER.

Making Direct Connections in Union Deputs at its Western Termini for all TOURISTS' RESORTS in COLORADO and CALIFORNIA.

The Equipment of the “BURLINGTON ROUTE," consisting of Pullman Buffet and Drawing Room Sleepers, Dining Cars, Reclining Chair Cars and commodicus Passenger Coaches, is first-class in every particular.

At all importaut points interlocking Switches and Signals used, thus insuring comfort and safety It is the line selected by the U. S. Government to carry the FAST MAIL It is the principal line to

SAN FRANCISCO, PORTLAND, and CITY OF EXICO. For tickets, rates or general information regarding the “Burlington Route," call on any Railroad Ticket Agent in the United States or Canada, or Address, H. B. STONE, E. L. LOMAX,

PERCEVAL LOWELL, 6-20 Gen'l Manager. Ass'ı Gen'l Pass. Ag't. Gen'ı Passenger Ag'l.

LOUISVILLE, NEW ALBANY & CHICAGO RY. 6

THE SHORTEST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE FROM INDIANAPOLIS To Frankfort, Delphi, Monticello, Michigan City,

CHICAGO, And all points in Northern Indiana, Michigan, Northern Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Kansas, New Mexico, Dakota, Nevada, Colorado, California and Oregon,

g THROUCH SOLID TRAINS DAILY 8 From Indianapolis to Chicago ; also, to Michigan City. Elegant Pullman Sleeping Cars on Night Trains. BAGGAGE CHECKED TO DESTI. NATION, No route can offer you any better accommodations or lower rates than we

Road and Equipments first-class. Steel Rails, Miller Platforms and Buffers, Air Brakes, and all modern improvements. Superior advantages to Western Emigrants. Land and Tourists' Tickets to all points reached by other lines. If you are going West, Northwest, or North, do not purchase your tickets until you have seen our time-folders or called upon us.

For full and reliable information, Tickets, or Sleeping Car Berths, please call on or write to

1. D. BALDWIN,

District Passenger Agent, Office, 26 South Illinois Street, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. WM. S. BALDWIN, Gen. Pass. Agt., CHICAGO, ILL.

3-90 THE GREAT

can.

PAN-HANDLE ROUTE. Chicago, St. Louis and Pittsburgh Railway. Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis Railway.

SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST EAST, WEST, NORTHWEST & SOUTH.

-IS THE

-LINE GOING

Unexcelled Through Car Service. Superior Equipment. Prompt

Connections in Union Depot. NO TRANSFER S. PULLMAN CARS THROUGH BETWEEN ALL THE GREAT

COMMERCIAL CENTERS. Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia, New York,

Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville. The advantages offered to Passengera vir Pan-Handle Route are unequalled. The rates are always as low as by any other line. All modern improvements conduce to speed, comfort and safety. Baggage checked through to destination. Superior service in every respect. Agent of the company will cheerfully furnish information in regard to trains, connections, and rates of fare.

H. R. DEERING,

Aso't Gen'l Pass. Agent, Indianapolis, Ind. JAMES MCCRBA, Manager, Columbus, Ohio. 5 6-74

E. A. FORD, Gen. Pass. Agent, Pittsburgh, Pa.

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