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THE NATIONAL NORMAL UNIVERSITY, LEBANON, OHIO.

This famous institution is permanently located at Lebanon, Ohio, midway between Cincinnati and Dayton, in the heart of the Miami valley, famous for its health and beauty and the hospitality of its people.

This institution enjoys be distinction of having sent out more competent and successful instructors than any other school. The leading teachers in most Normal Schools have received their training here. Its graduates are found in every State and Territory, and are holding the best and most lucrative positions in all professions and in all kinds of business. It has trained more than one hundred thousand young men and women for useful careers.

THE MANY MARKED IMPROVEMEN'S WHICH HAVE BEEN MADE du ing the past year in buildings, in equipments ad in the faculty, enables it to do better than ever before, to maintain its reputation of giving THE BEST PRACTICAL EDUCATION

AT THE LEAST EXPENSE OF TIME AND MONEY.

DEPARTMENTS--Common Branches. Preparatory, Business, Tachers, Scientific, Engli h, Class cal, Liberal Arts, Law, Medical, Engineering, honography, Typewriting, Music, Elo.ution, Fine Arts, Penmanship, Pharmacy,

CALENDAR-June session, (teacher's institut:) opens June 6, 1897. Septembe session, (beginning of School year) opens September 7, 1897. November session opens November 2, 1897. January session opens December 8, 1897. March session opens February 23, 1898. Ap. il session opens April 20, 1898. June session opens June 15 1898.

Tuition $8.00 per session. Room rent 35c. to 75c. per week. Good board at $1.25 to $1.50 er week. Entire expense, including tuit on, room rent, board and book rent need not exceed $2.50 to $3.00 per week. Send for new illustrated catalogue. Address, C. K. HAMILTON, Sec. & Gen. Mgr., LEBANON, OHIO.

Systematic Vertical Writing.

The Roudebush Writing System.

NEW, NOVEL. UNIQUE, SENSIBLE, ECONOMICAL,
Portfolio Writing Books-Primary, Intermediate, Advanced.
....... Three Numbers Only.

The Arrangement of letters and copies is logical.
The most complete and economical Course in Writing.

Extra Books-The Writing Tablets at a
Cost of 5 cents each.

Engraved Writing Charts, Slant or Vertical. Manual for teachers free
to users of the System.

CENTRAL SCHOOL SUPPLY HOUSE, CHICAGO, U. S. A.

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Southern Department, 401 to 404 Norcross Bldg. Atlanta, Ga.

J. H. STIFF, Manager.

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The Catalogue of the American Correspondence Normal, Dansville, N. Y. tells you how thousands of teachers are bettering their qualifications and securing better positions by employing their spare time, Saturdays, evenings, etc., pursuing our

Normal Mail Courses.

The catalogue contains 80 pages, gives the names and addresses of over 4,000 who have recently completed their studies and testimonials from hundreds of them. It is free to any one mentioning this paper. Send for it and investigate the cheapest, most thorough and best system of study extant. Address AMERICAN CORRESPONDENCE NORMAL, Dansville, N. Y.

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VOL. 11.

ATLANTA, GA., NOVEMBER, 1897.

PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF EDUCATION IN THE SOUTH,

No. 1.

AT THE OFFICE OF THE FRANKLIN PRINTING & PUBLISHING CO., GES. W. HARRISON, MANAGER. 65-71 Ivy Street, Atlanta, Georgia.

PROF. G. R. GLENN (STATE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER FOR GEORGIA), EDITOR.

GEO. W. HARRISON (STATE PRINTER), MANAGER.

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GEO. W. HARRISON, Manager. Box 415, Atlanta, Ga.

Entered at the Post-office at Atlanta, Ga., as second-class matter.

The Teachers Should be Free.

Under the laws of growth, in all the departments of life, there should be the largest possible freedom. Growth every where and under any environment, is spontaneous if it is natural and normal.

The Great Teacher who came into this world to teach men how to grow, called attention to the lilies of the field. "Consider the lilies

of the field, how they grow." They grow spontaneously, they grow quietly and silently, but they grow. The lily could not grow if the light were cut off from above, nor if food were cut off from below.

The environment that is about the lily should be an object lesson, not only for the teachers who are training the children, but also for the Boards of Education who are more or less responsible for the growth of the teacher.

That Board of Education becomes not only restrictive but repressive

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