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To Dealers in School-Books and School Materials.

The New School Edition of the AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL CATALOGUE, now

in its sixth year, will be issued in July, and will contain an entirely revised complete Reference List of School Books, with retail prices for 1875-1876.

The List will be arranged as usual, according to special branches; such as Algebra, Arithmetic, Astronomy, Composition, Dictionaries, Elocution, English Grammar, French, Geography, German, Greek, History, Latin, Philosophy—Natural and Mental, Primers, Readers, etc., etc., with numerous cross-references. Thus information on any branch can be obtained at a glance.

The names of the Publishers will be indicated by initials, to which a separate key will be supplied for the special use of Dealers.

The American Educational Catalogue, having been recognized as the most complete and practical guide to Educational Literature, is distributed every year by most of the leading firms, who have realized the fact that it pays them to buy editions from 100 to 2000 copies each, with their own imprint, and to circulate the catalogue among their educational customers, for the purpose of soliciting orders, and saving at the same time much troublesome correspondence.

In making up special orders for the Educational Catalogue, Booksellers should bear in mind that it possesses not only temporary value, but will serve its purpose during the whole year.

TERMS FOR EDITIONS.

W Cash remittance must invariably accompany each order. WITH SOLE IMPRINT 07 ORDERING FIRM, AND STITCHES. 100 COPIES ?5 00 I 1000 COPIES $4000

The last page will be left blank, unless a stereotyped or electrotyped page, uniform in size with the Publishers' Weekly, shall be sent before going to press. If we are to make the plate, it will be charged extra at the mere cost of composition and electrotyping, viz., $5.81. These rates are charged uniformly for any page that does not contain more matter than can be set up in nonpareil. Copy should be sent with the order.

Mode of shipping must be stated when ordering the CATALOGUE.

NOTICE.

As numerous orders for editions arc received every summer, after the issue of the Educational Catalogue, we again call attention to the necessity of being in possession of all orders on or before July 25th.

All communications concerning the EDUCATIONAL CATALOGUE should be addressed to F. Leypoldt, Publisher, 37 Park Row, New-York.

CASSELL, PETTER & GALPIN,

696 Broadway, New-York,

PUBLISHERS OF

Fine Illustrated Books,

IMPORTERS OF

dolor-SBoxes and Mathematical instruments, etc.

ALSO SOLE AGENTS IN U. S. FOR

W. P. NIMMO'S entire line of publications, of which full stock is always on hand.

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The most exquisite assortment and patterns in existence.
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Theo. Dupuy, of Paris, Chromos and JJecalcomanie Pictures,

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CASSELL, PETTER & GALPIN, 596 Broadway, N. Y.

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CARDS AND CARD-BOARDS

STATIONERS, PRINTERS, AND PHOTOGRAPHERS, No. 18 South Sixth Street and No. 9 Decatur Street,

PHILADELPHIA.

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Special attention paid to miscellaneous orders by mail.

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AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN

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ALBERT MASON,

13 Astor Place, N. Y.,

HAS JUST PUBLISHED:

Historical Collections of Louisiana anJ Florida.

Second Series. By B. F. FRENCH. 1 Vol., 8vo, $4.

"These historical collections will be found to have enough of general interest to repay the reader for looking into them, though their principal value will be for specialists, to whom, of course, the volume will be necessary."—New-York Evening Post.

"A model of exquisite typography."—Louisville Courier Journal.

STEARNS' (DR. CHAS. W.)

Constitution of tie United States.

With a concordance and classified index, and questions for educational purposes.

I Vol., l2mo, College Edition, $1. I Vol.,%vo, Library Edition, $1.50. •

"The plan adopted seems to meet all the requirements of ready reference. Legislators of all grades, Lawyers, Editors, and School Teachers, will find it convenient and useful."—The Nation.

Widow Bedott Papers.

1 Vol., 121110, with eight spirited illustrations. $1.75.

; or, Italy.

By MADAME DE STAEL. i Vol., i2mo. $1.75.

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"By their songs we are conquered."

P. P. BLISS'

Great Book for Sunday-Schools and Praise Meetings.

Gospel Sojvgs,

A Song-Setting of Gospel Truths, By p. p. BLISS, For Revivals, Praise Meetings, and Sunday-Schools.

It is offered as being the Most Powerful set of Songs for Revivals and Praise Meetings ever published. As will be noticed, it contains Songs that have acquired a world-wide popularity and influence. Beside these will be found many New and Equally Good Songs and Hymns for the Sunday-School, by this most popular author.

An examination will convince any one interested that "Gospel Songs" is a work of more than ordinary merit.

Price 35 cents;; $3.60 per dozen.

Specimen copy for examination mailed, post-paid, on receipt of 30 cents.

dp3 Complete stock of our Book Publications can be found in New-York City, at Lee, Shepard & Dillingham's.

JOHN CHURCH & CO.. Cincinnati, Ohio.

BAKER, PRATT & CO.,

IMPORTERS OF STATIONERY.

We desire to call special attention of the trade to the Stationery Department of our business. With largely increased facilities, we are prepared to offer unequaled advantages for purchasing in both the BOOK and STATIONERY departments, upon one order, at the very LOWEST CASH

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JUST RECEIVED.

THE PROTOPLASMIC THEORY OF LIFE.

By JOHN DRYSDALE, M.D. (Edinburgh), F.R.M.S.,

One of the Editors of Fletcher's "Pathology;" Author of " Physiological Action of Kali Bichromicura," and of "Life and the Equivalence of Force ;". co-Author of " Health and Comfort in HouseBuilding." London. Pp. 288. Crown 8vo, cloth. Price, $2.50.

BOERICKE & TAFEL,

145 Grand Street, New-York.

JOH3ST MUEPHY & CO,

Printers to Hit Holiness the Pope and to the Archbishop of Baltimore,

Publishers and Catholic Booksellers,

182 Baltimore Street, Baltimore,

Publish a large and varied list of Standard Catholic Works, comprising Works of Devotion and Instruction, Historical, Controversial, Theological, Biographical, and Musical Works, School-Books, Tales, Novels, etc., together with a great variety of POPULAR STANDARD PRA YER-BOOKS, in various bindings, comprising upward of too different styles, at prices varying from 20 cents to $15 per copy.

M. & GO'S PRAYER-BOOKS are published with ^Approbation of the Most Rev. the Archbishop of BALTIMORE—a guarantee that the contents are con6ned to such Prayers and Devotions as are approved and sanctioned by the Church. They are printed and bound in the neatest and best styles, and are conceded to be the best and cheapest PrayerBooks published.

Catalogues of M. «V Co.'s Publications can be had on application. The usual discount to the trade. Special Rates for large orders.

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THE

POPTTLAR SCIENCE IONTHLT.

(Established May, 1872.)
CONDUCTED BY

PEOF. E. L. YOUMAN8.

CONTENTS FOR AUGUST.

I.—Physical Features of the Colorado Valley. I. By Major J. W. Powell. (Illustrated.)

II.—The Form of Lightning-Rods. By Prof. John Phin. (Illustrated.)
III.—The Higher Education. By Prof. F. W. Clarke.
IV.—On the Motions of Sound. By Prof. John Tyndall. F.R.S. (Illustrated.)

V.—Telegraphic Determination of Longitude. By Lieutenant-Commander F. M.
Green.

VI.—The American Chipmunk. By Chas. C. Abbott, M.D. (Illustrated.)
VII.—The Endowment of Scientific Research. II. By Richard A. Proctor.
VIII.—The Pyrophone. By M. Dunant. (Illustrated.)
IX.—Animal Phosphorescence.
X.—The Glaciers of Norway. By Prof. Henry M. Baird.
XI.—Infirmities of Speech.
XII.—Arctic Ice-Travel. By Clements R. Markham, F.R.S.
XIII.—Distribution of Atmospheric Moisture.
XIV.—Correspondence.
XV.—Editor's Table: Relativity of Truth.

Literary Notices: Spencer's Principles of Sociology—The Unseen Universe
—Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of
Science, etc.
Miscellany: Fish Culture—Heat evolved by Friction of Ice—Economic
Value of the Sunflower—Toughened Glass—Can Birds Converse?—Parasite
in a Child's Mouth—Summer Temperature of Scotland—International
Weather Reports, etc.
Notes.

TERMS : $5 per Annum, postage free, or 50 cents per number.

APPLETON'S JOURNAL and THE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY, together,

for $8 per annum, postage prepaid by the publishers.

D. APPLETON & COMPANY,

549 4 551 BROADWAY, NEW-YORK.

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