BROWNSVILLE DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL
This school proposes to (?) boys and girls
and business. The Course of Study is second to no
fitting school in West Tennessee. It embraces
Mathematics, History, English, Latin, Greek and
German. New methods are used intelligently but old
usage's are not abandoned because they are old. The
study of English is insisted on and great care is taken
in cultivating the faculty of expression in written
composition. The charges for tuition range from
$7.50 to $20 for a session of 20 weeks. Next
sessions begin January 16th, 1888.
Send for a catalogue to
WM. L. WEBER, Principal
(The newspaper ad was reproduced 'as is'.)
ADVERTISEMENT NUMBER TWO
MALE AND FEMALE ACADEMY
REV. R. C. DOUGLASS, PRIN. ~ F. M. SANGER, ASSOCIATE
Miss Sallie Douglass, Assistant. Miss Puss D. Tanner, Elocution
Mrs. Sallie Boyd, Music
Healthful location; decidedly Christian community; full Faculty;
thorough instruction; pupils from other
States and several counties. The moral tone of our school is exceptionally high. A bad character is held in
disrepute and receives no sympathy from the school or community. We mean business. If you do, address
the Principal, Dancyville, Tenn.
Board from $6 to $9 per month.
School Opens on August 21st, 1894.
The States-Democrat, Friday, August 10, 1894.
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