All interested are respectfully invited to call and examine Books, Charts, &c.
The Course of Instruction will be as follows: Various practical forms as applied to the business of the Farmer, Flour-Trader, &c., that are fully illustrated and simplified by the use of six large Charts, which are the invention of Prof. Lowell, and are secured to him by copyright, and used only in connection with his treatise upon Book-Keeping, and have been pronounced by many of the best accountants and teachers of the country to be as necessary to the student of Double Entry, as maps are to the learner of Geography.
Prof. Cauldwell claims that by the use of these Charts, in connection with Lowell’s treatise upon Book-Keeping, he can give to the learner a clear and more thorough knowledge of the principles of Double Entry, than can be acquired from any other method yet presented to the public.
The science will be further illustrated and explained in its application to Sets of Books kept in the following kinds of business: General Merchandising, Manufacturing, Forwarding and Commission, Banking, Railroading, Mining, Freighting, Foreign Shipping, Steamboating, &c. &c.
Instruction will also be given in the making out of Accounts Current, Account of Sales, averaging Foreign and Inland Bills of Exchange, Promissory Notes, Business Letters, &c. Penmanship taught at any time during business hours.
Tuition for the Commercial Course, including Penmanship.........$35.00
Tuition for 16 Lessons in Penmanship..............................................2.00
Hours for instruction from 9 A.M. to 12 M., and from 1 to 5 P.M.; Evening Classes from 7 to 10. Ladies’ Class from 3½ to 5 P.M.
Commercial Arithmetic as taught in the Commercial Colleges at Pittsburg, Philadelphia, &c. In this department, as in the others, each scholar will be taught separately, and made to understand fully its application to business.
Pupils can enter at any time when convenient, and remain until they become competent to take their position in the Counting Room of any kind of business where a thorough Book-Keeper may be required.
Prof. Cauldwell has rented a large Hall, pleasantly located and well ventilated, for the convenience and comfort of his patrons. In addition to the Commercial will be a Literary Department for the Instruction of young Ladies and Gentlemen in all of the different branches.
|Gov. WM. H. SEWARD,
Hon. JAMES DUNN,
Rev. THOS. K BEECHER,
Col. S. G. HATHAWAY,
J. M. ROBINSON,
N. BLYE, Teller of Bank of Chemung,
G. A. GRIDLEY,
W. L. GIBSON,
|C. B. HORTON,
MARSH & SWAN,
LYCAN & VAN DOREN,
D. H. TUTHILL,
S. B. FAIRMAN,
A. T. MARSH,
WATROUS & COOK.
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