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NORMAL INSTITUTE.

FACULTY.
J. A. BEATTIE, B. S. PRESIDENT,
and Professor of Mental, Moral and Political Philosophy.

ELD. J. M. MATHES, A. M..
Professor of Biblical Literature and Evidences of Christianity,

WM. B. CHRISLER, A. M.,
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy:

A. J. MERCER, A. B.,
Professor of Ancient and Modern Languages.

S. B. MOORE,
Professor of Natural Sciences.
J. O. STILLSON, A. M., M. D.,
Professor of Physiology and Hygiener

A. B. FRANTZ,

Teacher of Penmanship.
We offer the following reasons in favor of our College:

1.-It sends forth, from its Normal Department, thoroughly prepared Teachers for the Common Schools of the country.

2.--It furnishes well qualified young men for the work of the Ministry.

3.-It makes an effort to obtain Boarding for students at the actual cost of provisions and cooking.

4.-The courses of study are so arranged as to give the greatest amount of mental discipline in the least possible time,

5.-The course in the Normal Department is adapted to the wants of those desiring to obtain FIRST-CLASS State certificates.

16.-The location is all that could be desired. Bedford is the county. seat of Lawrence county, and is situated on the 1.., N. A. & C. railroad, ten miles north of the crossing of the O. & M. railroad, at Mitchell, itund is at present the terminus of the St. L., B. & S. railroad

The Curriculum of Study

Is thorough and practical, and embraces the
REGULAR CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSES,
A COURSE FOR YOUNG LADIES,
A NORMAL COURSE, AND

A COURSE FOR YOUNG MEN

PREPARING FOR THE MINISTRY.

For further particulars, circulars, &c., address any member of the Faculty, or

DR. J. STILLSON, Secretary.

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AND

NORMAL INSTITUTE.

FACULTY
J. A. BEATTIE, B. S. PRESIDENT,
and Professor of Mental, Moral and Political Philosophy,

Eld. J. M. MATHES, A. M..
Professor of Biblical Literature and Evidences of Christianity,

WM. B. CHRISLER, A. M..
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy.

A, J. MERCER, A. B.,
Professor of Ancient and Modern Languages.

S. B. MOORE,
Professor of Natural Sciences.
J. 0. STILLSON, A. M., M, D.,
Professor of Physiology and Hygiene.

A. B. FRANTZ,

Teacher of Penmanship.
We offer the following reasons in favor of our College:

1.-It sends forth, from its Normal Department, thoroughly prepared Teachers for the Cominon Schools of the country.

2.-It furnishes well qualified young men for the work of the Ministry.

3.-It makes an effort to obtain Boarding for students at the actual cost of provisions and cooking.

4.-The courses of study are so arranged as to give the greatest amount of 'mental discipline in the least possible time.

5.-The course in the Normal Department is adapted to the wants of those desiring to obtain FIRST-CLASS State certificates.

6.-The location is all that could be desired. Bedford is the countrseat of Lawrence county, and is situated on the L., N. A. & C. railroad, ten miles north of the crossing of the O. & M. railroad, at Mitchell, and is at present the terminus of the St. L., B. & S. railroad

The Curriculum of Study
Is thorough and practical, and embraces the
REGULAR CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC COURSES,
A COURSE FOR YOUNG LADIES,

A NORMAL COURSE, AND

A COURSE 1 (FJ(UNIN

PREPARING FOR THE MINISTRY.

For further particulars, circulars, &c., address any member of the Faculty, or

DR. J. STILLSON, Secretary.

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