October 6, 1870
Prof. Fanning will open his Dancing school in Arfman's Hall, Fulton, on next Saturday.
The Prof. has a large school in Cordova and also in Albany. Ladies attending school, and children will have their lesson from 4 1/2 to 6 p.m; gentlemen from 7 1/2 to 10 1/2. He proposes keeping school all winter. Ball Room, Church, Street, Parlor, House and Table etiquette a speciality. Terms, twenty-five cents for lessons for ladies and children; gentlemen, fifty cents per lesson. Advance pay required for first and second lessons only. We like that way of doing business. Prof. Fanning is also a first class violinist.