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- Henry Holt & Co. have ready " Elementary Botany," by George Francis Atkinson, of Cor. nell University, not intended to be memorized as a text-book, but to serve as a guide to practical work in studying the life processes of plants, and also a reference book for their classification.

- Holger Drachman, the celebrated Danish poet and painter, has arrived in America, intending to spend several years in travel and study. He purposes to oversee the translation of several of his works during that time. His rank as painter is almost higher than his rank ay author, in his own home at least.

-E. P. Dutton & Co. have just issued “Among the Forest People," a book of natural history for young people, by Clara Dillingham Pierson, author of“ Among the Meadow People," illustrated by F.C. Gordon, and “Perennials," a year-book for 1899, arranged from the writings of Phillips Brooks.

The Pacific Monthly is the title of a new ten cent magazine to be issued from Portland, Ore. The aim of the editors is to “make & magazine of education and progress. A special endeavor will be made to keep in touch with advanced thought in education, and all sub. jects that pertain to increase of knowledge and progress." The prospectus of the new magazine is very attractive.

Once more the memory of Edgar Allan Poe is to be honored by the people of the South. This time the memorial is a bust of the poet executed by Mr. George Julian Zolnay, of New York City, and destined to adorn the library of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Mr. Zolnay has just finished the bust in clay. It is over litesize and will be cast in bronze by a New York firm, and as soon as possible set up in the rotunda of the library of the university.

· Henry Stevens, Sons & Stiles, London, have just ready “The Anuals of the Voyages of the Brothers Nicolo and Antonio Zeno in the North Atlantic about the end of the fourteenth cen. tury and the claim founded thereon to a Venetian discovery of America," a criticism and an indictment by Fred W. Lucas, author of “ Appendiculæ Historicæ," and part editor of "The New Laws of the Indies." The Zeno story has been the subjeot of much discussion, and the present work is the outcome of a friendly difference of opinion between C. H. Coote, of the British Museum, and the writer. The work is illustrated by facsimiles and maps, and is issued in very sumptuous shape.



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Several years ago a large school in the State of New York chartered a steamship for the purpose of taking its pupils on a trip of obser. vation and study around the world. It was a good idea, but owing to a lack of funds the project fell through. Next to seeing things come seeing good pictures of them, and while not one school can take a collective trip any. where, any school can take a magic lantern trip around the world, or to any part of it at very slight trouble and expense. As a help in every branch of education, the perfected modern magic lantern is coming to the front and coming to stay. It is only after considerable experience with it that teachers realize how useful it is; it is a labor-saving contriv. ance of the most pronounced type; children who doze over the text-book and turn away from the teacher's well-meant explanations with vacant faces awake into enthusiastic attention the moment the lantern is produced to illustrate the lesson. How to obtain a lantern of the very best make, with cost, mode of using it and all other details, may be learned by writing to Messrs. J. B. Colt & Co., of New York, who are the authority in this phase of educational work.

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The Fourtoenth Annual Conference of the

For the Observance of
Associated Academic Principals of the State
of New York will meet in Syracuse, Dec. 27-29,
1898. J. Carlton Norris, Canandaigua, President.

- The New York State Council of Grammar School Principals will also meet in Syracuse on same dates. James L. Bothwell of Albany, President.

– The New York State Science Teachers'
Association will convene at the Teachers' Col.
lege in New York City, Thursday, Dec. 29, con.
tinuing throughout the day and evening of
Friday, Dec. 30. Charles W. Hargitt of Syra.
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The People of the Chosen Land.

According to new regulations made by Supt.
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Vols. I and II. With illustrations from Doré and other eminent are to be obtained on completion of certain

artists. courses of study instead of by examination.

Price, boards, 40 cts; cloth, 60 cts. The teachers' associations of New York are endeavoring to arrange for courses of study

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the doctrines of the sects. seems to exceed the supply. In the hope of supplying this need to some degree, the com.

Stories of the Bible seems to me to be exceptionally mittee of the Ethical Culture Schools has

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Critical Study of Literature, Nature Study, Art,
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The classes will be organized Saturday,

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of the New Lothrop Books for 1898. GEORGE P. BROWN & CO.,

School Cards and School Supplies.



The True Story of Benjamin Franklin, told for boys and girls, by Elbridge S. Brooks

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1.50 Marjory and Her Neighbors: the story of three little

SCHOOL CARDS. An elegant assortment, comprising several thousand girls and a boy, by Louise E. Catlin

designs of the largest and best variety in the country. 1.50

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Christmas cards, booklets, folding cards, leaflets, The Deserter: a book of two wars, by Harold Frederick 1.25 CHRISTMAS, 1898. panels, novelties, etc. All with appropriate

Christmas mottos. The Prince of Peace, or the beautiful life of Jesus, by “ Pansy,” (Mrs. Alden)


OUR SCHOOL SOUVENIRS Are the best ever offered. Two cards Bilberry Boys and Girls: the story of New England

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UR Little Folk's Primer,” is just received. I would say that I can scarcely

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The points which must commend it to all are its beautiful half-tone reproductions of famous pictures, thus bringing real art into the realm of the child, its colored illustrations supplying a long-felt want, the novel introduction of the calendar, at once interesting and instructive, the combination of script and printing, thus familiarizing children with both, the use of number and science in connection with reading, the bright suggestions for busy work as shown in the stick-laying and drawing designs; the fact that each month's work is made to revolve about a central point, thus affording a means of new inspiration and interest.

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The feature of arranging it according to the seasons, is the very latest and best idea in the text-book arrangement. It is very evident that the nature study of the future will be arranged by seasons rather than by subjects.

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