THE AMERICAN III! INDEX AND AMÜALS, COMPLETE IN 24 VOLUMES, IS - the host comrasiVE, THE HOST SY5TEKAT1C. the kost immm, THE K3ST PRACTICAL Work of the kind ever published. Read what Professors Frieze and Wincliell say of Appleton's American Cyclopedia. Univehsity of Michigan, August 29, 1883. f The American Cyclopedia published by the Messrs. Appleton is fully deservingof its name; the articles tiiat make up its contents being In general peculiarly adapted to the wants of American readers and as comprehensiva aud complete as could possibly bc expected in a work of tliis kind. Constant use of tliis admirable work f or several montlispast has convinced me that it is decidedly superior to auy other hitlierto published In tliis country; and that it sliould have a place in every private as well as public library. Henuy S. Frieze. University of MicniQAN, ) Chair of Geology and Paleontology, Ann Arbor, Aug. 31, 1883. ) I have owned a copy of Appleton's New Cyclopedia ever since its tirst publication, and have used It daily. In my scientific pursuits it has añbrded me rauch aid especially in the line of biography and history. But it seems to me specially suited for the more general uses of au intelligent faniily. I have found my wife and daughters very frequently resorting to the Cyclopedia for precise inforiuation about soine personage in literature or history or art, and have often done the same niyself. Whatever otlier sou rees of Information may be aCcessible, the Cyclopedia is always most accessible, for every subject stands in a fixed alphabctical position, found in an instant. Without failing to appreciate the value of Appleton's Cyclopedia to one engaged in scienlilic pursuits, I think it especially adapted to faniily use; and I believe 110 more efficiënt impulse could be given to the education of a faniily and to the promotion of' its general intelligence, than to place the volumes of tuis Cyclopedia where they can be constantly and conveniently consulted. My convictions on this point are so strong and so clear that I venture to say that a set of this Cyclopedia would, if used as it might be, quite doublé the value of every year's instruction at school. I speak expressly of Appleton's Cyclopedia because it is full enough to give satisfaction on every subject and not too profound for average good intelligence; while the same cannot be said of any other Cyclopcdic publication which I know in the English language. Alexander Winchell, Prof. of Geology and Paleontology. J. H. Slipper is the general manager for this and adjoining county. He will furnish you the work complete in 24 volumes within a few days after giving the order, and will only ask you to pay for two volumes. Once a month somebody will ask you to pay for one, thus giving you two whole years to pay for the work which is in your possession all the time. You can never get the work in the book stores; it is sold only by agents. The time to get it is now - the drain upon your purse is so small and the intervals so long that you will hardly be conscious of having parted with any money. If Mr. Slipper sliould fail to cali and see you, you will please send him postal expressive of your wishes and he will gladly wait upon you. His address ia St. James Hotel, Ann Arbor, Mlcb. Read what Prof. Putnam of the State Normal School bas to say about Appleton's Great Cyclopedia. He has liad it in his family for years. He knows what a book is, and you known the man, therefore we say read: State Normal Sciiool. ) Ypsilanti, Aug. 14, 1883. ) I have had in my library for several years Appleton's American Cyclopedia. For Americans and American students it is, in my judgment, better than any other woik of the kind. It is In a very wide use of the term, a complete library lin itself and supplies a most convenient and complete introduction to the whole field of geography, history, biography, literature, science and art. For the purpose of reference it is of more value than hundreds of volumes of individual books. Every family and every student and reader ought to have this work, Daniel Putnam, A. M., Professor of Principies of Teaching, State Normal School, Ypsilanti. I fully concur in the above. J. A. Watling, D. D. S., Professor of Dental Surgery in Michigan University. J.H. SLIPPER, MANAGER FOR ii.iiï!nui:ii. Is a short time quartered at the St. James Hotel, this city. He has in charge APPLETON'S CYCLOPEDIA for this and adjoining counties. It is a work, by the confession of almost every scholar in the land, unparallelled for excellence. In it you have the thought of live hundred of the best scholars in the land, boiled down and crystalized ready for use. The work is sold ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION- never .in the book stores. The most favorable time to get it is now. THE TERMS ARE SO EASY that you will hardly be conscious that you have parted with any money- the payments are so small, the intervals so long. YOU HAVE THE ENTIRE WORK- 24 VOLUMES -WITHIN FIVE DAYS AFTER GIVING THE OKDER, AND TWO LONG YEARS TO MAKE THE PAYMENTS. Swayne's Pilis- Comforting to the Sick. Thousands die from neglect to properly treat i m pure blood, constipation, dyspepsia, malaria, apoplexy, liver, kidney, heart diseases, dropsy, and rheumatism. 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