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THOS KANE & CO., CHICAGO, ILL.

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Stone Mountain Route---Georgia R. R.

Take the OLD RELIABLE

-BETWEEN

Atlanta and Augusta, Atlanta and Athens, Augusta, Macon and Washington And Jug Tavern Route, between Social Circle and Gainesville.

The Fast Line Between the North and West

TO THE SOUTH AND EAST.

The Only Line to the Electric Health Resort, HILLMAN CITY.

Equipment Superb. Parlor Cars between Atlanta and Augusta daily. Sleeping Cars on nigh line between Atlanta, Augusta and Charleston, and Augusta and Macon.

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L. R. DORSEY, G. P. Ag't, J. W. GREEN, Gen. M'g'r, JOE W. WHITE, T. P. A.,—Augusta, Ga.

Through Coach between Atlanta & Columbus, Ga.

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GRIFFIN AND THE GEORGIA MIDLAND ROAD.

The Shortest and Quickest Route. Excellent Track. Traims with the Latest and Best Equipment, insuring Speed and Safety. Ask for Tickets C. W. CHEARS, Gen. Pass. Ag't, Columbus, Ga.

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Georgia Midland and Gulf Railroad.

COLUMBUS, Ga., Feb 11, 1890.- On and after this date the following schedule will be operated SOUTH BOUND, DAILY.

NORTH BOUND, DAILY.

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GEORGIA TEACHERS AGENCY,

ATLANTA, GEORGIA.

We have for five years secured positions for hundreds of Teachers, for which we have accepted not a cent's pay, and as this correspondence is burdensome, we have concluded to offer the Teachers the choice of three plans:

PLAN NO 1.--For $5.00 registration fee we will guarantee you a suitable position in a reasonable time, or refund half the fee.

PLAN NO. 2.--For $2.00 registration fee we will try for one year to get you a satisfactory position.

PLAN NO. 3.--Teachers who are regular paid subscribers to THE GEORGIA TEACHER, Atlanta, Ga., or THE FLORIDA SCHOOL JOURNAL, Jacksonville, Fla., will be, upon request, and filing of application 'on reverse side of this sheet, entered for a position for the time their subscription to either Journal is paid.

FURTHER CONDITIONS.-We are to recommend you to places only we think you are suited to fill. That, in addition to the three above plans of registration, all positions accepted through us will obligate you to pay us at once five per cent. of the estimated salary for the time engaged. We shall place the most competent Teachers in the order of the three plans given.

SUGGESTIONS. In filling out the blank on reverse side, be careful to say as mueh and as condensed as possible. Attach copies only of any recommendations. Keep the originals.

Our facilities to help Teachers are unsurpassed, as our acquaintances will testify. Besides traveling from four to six men, we issue 3,000 GEORGIA TEACHERS and 2,000 FLORIDA SCHOOL JOURNALS monthly. We know these several Southern States minutely.

Atlanta, Ga., Manager.

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Registration Fee enclosed.

tain, Toronto,

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our cheap Annual Sanner Teac ers' Excursion, this summer, to Lookout MounNOTE.—Become acquainted with the Teachers of this section, by joining

through Florida and Cuba.

Canada, and other interesting places; next winter

STANDARD MUSIC READERS,

BY PROFESSOR B. JEPSON,

Director of Music in the Public Schools of New IIaven, Conn., for twenty-five years.

A progressive series of music lessons embodying an entire course, from the first year of music study to the highest class of the high school. It embodies the best results of a long and valuable experience in school work. Its aim is to teach children not only how to sing, but also to make them readers of music. Its plan is to present and elaborate one idea at a time, and to give, in connection with each chapter, explanatory notes setting forth exactly what the teacher is to do.

This system is most economical because (1) It consists of four books only. (2) It requires no charts. (3) It can be taught by the regular class teacher, so that the expense of a special instructor is dispensed with.

It is productive of the very best results, and wherever the system is given a fair trial in New York City, New Haven, Conn., Bridgeport, Conn., Hartford, Conn., New London, Conn., Troy, N. Y., etc., all the pupils read and sing independently. In the city of New Haven, where Professor Jepson teaches in the public schools, his pupils, from any part of the city, sing oratios and other classical music with the ease and certainty of trained choristers.

The series was recently adopted at Toledo, Ohio; Pottsville, Pa.; Phoenixville, Pa.; and Passaic, N. J, and has been in continual and successful use in a large number of the most important places in the United States.

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BARTLEY'S SONGS FOR THE SCHOOL. mo. cloth, 192 pages, 60 cts. A selection of appropriate hymns of an unsectarian character, carefully classified and set to popular tunes for opening and closing exercises. The secular part is full of bright and well selected music.

LOOMIS'S PROGRESSIVE GLEE AND CHORUS Book. For high schools, glee clubs and singing societies. Embraces works of the greatest composers. 84 cts. PARSON'S CAI ESTHENIC SONGS. By Flora T. Parsons. Cloth. Illus. 28 cts A new and attractive collection of Calesthenic songs.

RYAN'S VOCALIST FOR SCHOOLS. 8 vo. cloth. A singing book for graded schools, seminaries and social seminaries.

60c.

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SMITH'S PRACTICAL MUSIC READer. Adapted to teach children to read and sing without the aid of a special teacher. A comprehensive course in a single volume. 40 cts.

THE SONG WAVE. By H. S. Perkins, E. V. DeGraff and H. J. Danforth. 8 vo. 256 pages. A collection of choice music, with elementary instruction. For school. room, institute hall or home circle. 65 cts.

THE WAVELET. An abridgment of the "Song Wave." Containing the easier portion of music in the latter and especially adapted for use in primary and intermediate grades. 32 cts.

ZUNDEL AND RYAN'S SCHOOL HARMONIST. Vocal, 40 cts. Vocal and instrumental, 50 cts. A collection of Songs, Duets, Trios, Quartets, suitable for schools, festivals and the family circle.

Specimen copies will be mailed to any address on receipt of price. Correspondence in reference to examination and introduction cordially invited. Send for the Music Section of our Deseriptive List. It contains full descriptions of all our Music and Song Books, and is mailed free on application.

New York

Cincinnati

Chicago

AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY.

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