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INSTRTTCTIOIT. T3i<? Kjigsrle U n r o n n . F u ll particulars, together with catalogues, cir­ culars. etc., of unlversUle.s, collegGs and private schools ndvertlsecl In these colum n s enn he had ti'oe o f charge by callin g at the EAG L E FREE INFORM ATION BU R E A U , fourth floor, Eagle B u ilding. For B o th Sexes. I N S T B U C T I O J i r . I S r S T S T r C T I O N . I N S T R t r C T I O j N ' . T i l e B u r e a u . Full particulars, together ^^•ith catnlogues, cir­ culars. etc., o f unlvorsltie.s, colleges and private schools advertised in these colum n s can be hnd free of charge bv calling at the E.\CiL13 F R B B IXFORMATION' BUUE.VU, fourth floor. E a g le Bjilldlng. T h e E a i ^ l c B u r e a u . F u ll particulars, together w ith catalogueB, cir­ culars. etc., of universities, collepres and private sehccls advertised in these colum n s can be had free of cliargo bv callin g at the E .\G L B FR E E IN F O R M .vnO N BU R E A U , fourth floor. E a g le Building. T l i e E n ^ l c B i i r o n i i . F u ll particulars, together w ith catalogues, cir­ culars. etc., of u n lversltios, colleges and private schools advertised in these colum n s can be had free of charge by calling at tlie EAGLK F R E E INFORM.VTION BURE.VU. fourth floor. Eagle Building. F o r B o th Sexes. F o r B o th Sexes. F o r Both. Sexes. I N S T B U C T I O B T . T I i c B n r c a n . F u ll particulars, together w ith catalogues, cir­ culars.culars, etc.,tc., off universities,niversities, collegesolleges andnd privaterivate e o u c a p schools advortlaCfl in these columns can be had free of ch a ige by callin g nt the EAGLE FR E E INFORM ATION BUREAU, fourth floor. Eagle B u ilding. _________________________ T o r B o tli Sexes. w SOME E X P E R T S IN PENM AN S H IP FROM T H E LONG ISLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE. ih' l i i U3-149 SOUTH EIGHTH STREET. THE LEADING BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL OF TO-DAY. ANNUAL ATTENDANCE OVER 800. '\ ^ H E present is the twenty-eighth year of this well-known Business College, more than a quarter of a century of success under the personal management and direction of its founder and principal, M R . H E N R Y C. W R I G H T . T h e College stands to-day as the leading business and short.hand school in the city, and its work in the cause of practical, useful education is held in the highest regard by prominent educators, business men and the general public. T h e College building, erected by the principal, is the finest and best equipped business school in existence. Its facilities and conveniences arc thoroughly modern and represent the highest degree of excellence demanded by the most exacting. T h e courses of study include the best instruction in book-keeping and business methods, stenography and typewriting (the touch system ) and preparatory work in English studies. T h e faculty is composed of a strong force of educated men and wom en prepared for their work by education and experience. During the coming year, as formerly, the College intends to maintain its position of unchallenged superiority among the business schools of the country. Students of the College for 1900-1901 are assured the benefit of unsurpassed advantages, unobtain­ able elsewhere. For prospectus containing full particulars, address the principal. J 4 enrtf C. Upright C o n tinued F rom P a g e 27 . E tory of commerce, penmaoship, spelling, Eng­ lish. letter writing and advertising. This college has always had am o n g busi­ ness m e n a reputation for affording its stu­ dents th e advantage of a thorough prepara­ tion in all departments, but especially so in stenography and typewriting. Its graduates in these subjects are always in demand, and many t o - d a y are occupying well paying posi­ tions. The standing of this institution has been obtained by a constant desire to make its curriculum as complete as possible. In­ stead of confining the student to stenography and typewriting alone, other studies have been included In the course, w i t h o u t which experience has shown no one can hope for shorthand writer. The instruct­ ors in this deiUvrim^nt are the best that can be secured. One and all have had the benefit of long years of e.xperience, both as writers of sborihand and as teachers. No one is capa­ ble of teaching in this department who has not actually written and read stenographic notes and transcribed them on t h e typ^'vriier. The preparatory and academic course in­ cludes a general list of studies, which is de­ signed to meet all cases not covered by the others. The grade of i n s t r u c t i o n here offered is of t h e highest, and embraces the best fea­ tures of prominent private schools and acad­ emies. An opportunity is hereby furnished to Secure an onueatinn tn nn\- evtenr closely allied to business, in order to m e e t th e requ i r e m e n t s of business men, as set forth In such letters as the following, -whi<ib is a sample of many received a t the college during t h e year. “Can you send me a graduate of your col­ lege who writes a good, plain hand readily; one who is rapid and correct at figures, and able to write a business letter when r e ­ quired. He m u s t understand the principles of bookkeeping thoroughly, but do not wish to employ him a s a bookkeeper.” In all courses the highest standards for students’ work are maintained. Mr. Clag- horn insists upon thoroughness and accuracy and does not recommend students for posi­ tions until h e Is thoroughly confident th a t they are fully prepared to do the work re­ quired. Since the adoption of the plan by which the college receives the advice and assist- i to secu r e an enucatio n to an y exte n t desired. TLo advanuiEcs derived from a term or two Bpeni in the study of the fundamental branches of education have led many stu­ dents to tahe t h is course, either as a prepara­ tion for the other courses or as the means of s e c u ri n g an invaluable training. ■Wishing to affor,! students the best op­ portunity to acquire a satisfactorv acquain­ tance with other languages, th e school has m a d e arrangetcents with the R. L. Cortina Academy of Languages of New York to super­ intend the work of instruction in those branch-es. The .success of the Cortina method speaks for it.self. Xumerous editions of the text books u.=ed for the various languages have hcen published, and this method I s re­ garded both here and abroad as the best in use. The method Is conversational. Pupils are taught to speak as soon as possible. Ail dry and uninteresting grammatical details are avoided: and, as some one pointediv expresses the que.stion, \ i t smooths out all the dimcul- tios.” In a very sho r t time a sufilcient knowledge of a language will be acouired to onablc one to travel or to tran s a c t business affairs, including the carrying on of a cor­ respondence. Classes are offered in Spanish French .ari'l Gfrman. ’ ¥■ II' ii- ^ ithin th-? last year the Board of Regents of the L'niver.-sity of the State of Xew York set the seal of Its approval upon the work of the collr-co by admitting it to t h e privilege of registration. Thi.s act is at the same time a tribute t o the cause of practical education and a complunent to the thorough instruction af­ forded to the students of this institution. Un­ der the provi.=ions of the act cf registration the graduates of this college arc elieible to State business certifleate, the State busines.s diploma, or for both. r T I ; w 1:: l l r IL- Ir'-’ ■ \ t I i ■ ift: m I 11? ■fe.' i i I f ' . ' The B r y a n t and S tr a tton B u siness Col- lege. This loqq e.stabHshed college is carrying on its work in the new quarters, corner of Bedford avenue and Fulton street, to which It reniovod three y e a r s ago, with its old- tim e success, and with its custom a r y favor­ able r e c o g n i t i o n by t h e business world. The regular courses of instruction given IncludG only such branches as are thought the m o s t necessary to the stu d e n t for his business career. The general success in business life of the m a n y graduates this col­ lege h a s turned out during the forty years of i t s existence, seems to prove the wisdom of stric t adherence to this policy. The studies include bookkeeping, busine.es arithm e t i c , practical penmanship, spciling correspondence (embracing practical gram­ m a r ) , commercial law, methods and usages of business. A. special feature of t h e business course is xne practical training given in actual busi­ ness transactions. Students of the college correspond with stu d e n t s of other commer­ cial colleges in other cities—New York. Bos­ ton, Pliiladelphia, Chicago, Baltim o r e and so on—buying and selling goods, making out orders, notes, drafts, checks, invoices and other business papers. Merchandise, repre­ sented by printed slips, is s e n t and received, either from purchase, or to ho sold on ac­ count of the shipper, or on Joint account of the shipper and consignee; and all the intri­ cacies of sales and the rendering of results are gone through with the sam e fidelity and exactness as in actual business. And for all practical purposes the transactions are as real an d their results as far-reaching. A hank, importing and jobbing house, commission house, agency bureau and trans­ po r t a t i o n office are business offices in the college conducted by students, under the same rules and regulations th a t prevail in business houses; and these offices t a k e active part In the business transactions carried on betw e e n students of this college and those in o t h e r cities. Provision is made for a regular English course for students, who wish to take the r e g e n t s ’ examinations for the State Bureau certificates, or the sta t e business diploma. B u t . t h e m a j o r it y of the stu d e n t s elect the m o r e d i r e c t course, i n cluding only t h e studies introduction of the “ touch” method of type­ writing. By t h i s system the operator is freed from the necessity of watching the keys and can keep the attention fixed continuously on the m a t t e r s to be transcribed. This saves so much time and effort th a t th e operator is enabled alm o s t to double the speed reached usually under the old method. Students are not, however, required to learn by th i s sys­ tem, if t h e y prefer the old method. The college has no difficulty In finding posi­ tions for its graduates. Four students were placed by it in one business house during .August, and three more are asked for. There is always room in business houses for well- trained. competent young men and women and t h a t t h e graduates of t h e Bryant & Strat­ ton College are of t h i s class their many em­ ployers abundantly testify. The day session commenced on th e first Tuesday in September, the evening session T H E LONG ISLA N D BU S IN E S S COLLEGE. ance of leading business m e n of New York and Brooklyn as an advisory council, the quality and quantity of the work of the school has gone beyond that of any previous year. The plan has been found most use­ ful and effective. The books and work of the student, particularly those pertaining to the business offices—the bank, commission house and so on—are subject to inspection and critical e.xamlnation by four certified public accountants, composing the board of visiting accountants of the college. One of these is Mr. Jo h n R. Loomis, stale examiner of public accountants. The books of the of­ fices are also subject to examination and audit by the cashier of a Brooklyn bank, who represents the visiting accountants a.s their examiner. This induces students who want the indorsement of t h e business public, as represented by the advisory council, to use extreme care in their work and to aim at a practical facility in applying correctly the principles they have learned, th a t shall gain for them the approbation of the men CD whom they are depending for a situation. The evening school, which has been in operation for three years, has proved suc­ cessful beyond e.xpecTation. It has given op­ portunity for those who are oinployod d u r ­ ing the day to obtain the same instruction as those who can attend the college during the day, and from tlie same teachers. In this way, students who have felt obliged to leave the day course, before finishing, In order to accept po.sitions, have been able to com­ plete the cour.se evenings, without interfer­ ing with the business they are engaged in. The School of Stenography and Typewrit­ ing aims to give a thorough, practical and In­ dividual training to each student. The In- structor.s have had actual business experi­ ence, and so are enabled t o prepare students to meet actual business requirements. Students in this dei)artment are given the opportunity to take, w i t h o u t extra charge, any or all of t h e studies in the business de­ partm e n t of t h e college. As there i.s a con­ stant demand for stenographers who u n d e r ­ stand bookkeeping and business methods, t h is opportunity is a special advantage of tlio school, enabling students in many cases to secure more desirable work and better com­ pensation th a n they would secure w i t h a knowledge of stenography and typewriting alone. A re c e n t a d d i t io n m a d e to th e cou r s e Is th e beginning Monday, September 17 . The In­ struction being Individual, pupils may, how­ ever, enter upon their course at any time during t h e year with equal advantage. T h e P a c k a rd Comm ercial School. F o r well on to half a century the Packard Commercial School has been a prominent educational landm a r k of t h e American m e t ­ ropolis. Mr. S. S. Packard, the founder and conductor for more than forty years, was one of t h e pioneers of business education in America. The central idea of his life was to elevate the vocation of training young people for business, to enhance Its dignity and compel t h e recognition, r e spect and com­ mendation of the highest intelligence and culture of our times. That he succeeded In the fullest degree is now a m a t t e r of his­ tory. It is only a fortnight or so since the cable flashed to the Eagle a list of all Amer­ icans whose exhibits at the Paris Exposition have been crowned with the highest award. ThI.s roll cf honor includes the Packard School, whose methods were illUBtrated by an exhibit chieliy composed of the every­ day work of its students. One of the crowning trium p h s of this school was the opening of the business door to women. It Is about twenty-five years since the school extended the opportunity of securing a practical business training, free of e x p ense, to a score of young women. ’ P u b ­ lic prejudice at that lime wa.s rather strong against t h e “ b u siness woman,” but t h e school and the girls had the courage of their con­ victions, and the business woman has been a prom inent and respected factor in the commercial world ever since. The num b e r of students who have atten d ­ ed the Packard School since its establish­ m e n t would make an arm y almost as large as the total British force under Welllng- lon a t the b a t t l e of Waterloo. It would ex­ ceed the voting population of the City of Albany. In fact, the new census shows barely more than a score of American cities whose norm a l voting population is so large. The annals of tho Packard School show thousands of nam e s of former students who have become prom i n e n t In every departm e n t of business activity. They also reveal a galaxy of men and women of the highest eminenece In t h e domains of art, l e t t e r s , t h e - .INCLUDING A L S O . NORMAL COURSES ART SCHOOL anb SCHOOL OF MUSICAL ART ....A ND T H E ..,. * ADELPHI ACADEMY. Applicants for admission to all departments received on and after Monday, Sept. 17, J900, College Entrance Examinations Sept. 19 and 20. HON. TIMOTHY L. WOODRUFF, r s E S i D s y r o f con r o M A T ioy. DR. CHARLES H. LEVERMORE, PJiFSIFEyT OF TJIE FACULTY. 1 S S 4 iThe J^merican Academy of the dramatic Arts And ^ &mpire theatre ^ dramatic School F R A N K L I N H . S .A R G E N T , P r e s i d e n t . For 18 years a p r a c tical training school CHARL ring Open ail the year. A p p ly to E . r . STE P H E N S O N . C a r n e g : ic Hn.ll, N. Y. SENFTNEH SCHOOL, 2plh S e ssion Begins O c tober 1, 1900. O L D E S T , L .A R G E S T , B E S T E a L ' I P P E D and m o st S U C C E S S F U L school for Regents' in* structlon. This school has successfully prepared thousand! of Law. Medical. Dental and other students foi .IN CESS IN R E G E N T S ’ EXAM INATIONS, nddresi G. W. SEN F T N E R . .A. B.. LL. B .. Secretary. Miss Crawford’s School, R E O P E N S ON SEPTEM B E R 26, For ROYS A ND GIRLS. 89 JO R ALEM ON ST. Preparation of Lessons During School Hours. riA N O F O R T F K I N D F I R G A R T E N C L A S S E S 17 V AN B U R E N ST. STEIN W A Y H.ALL, CHICAGO. ILL. SOPER SCHOOL OF ORATORY. 22d year O P E NS SE P T E M B E R 6. Graduate ,c,^Ph Dept. V . M. H . SOP PE ER R, . President. Soper’s R e c itation Books. 13 N o s.. 25 cents each. and post graduate courses. Elocution, D elsarte, Music, P y s ical Culture. .Address Dep t. V . M. H . SO ROUND LAKE ACADEMY, On Del.aware and Hud.son Rj* R . ; both sexe.s; healthful location; home com forts; nobility of character and careful training our constant aim ; and carefu l trainin g our constan t aim ; jjepares for all colleges and technical schools; •ates from 5200 to $225; catalogue on application.. rates from 520() to $225; catalogu e on applicatio n MERVIX D. LOSEY, A. M., Principal, Round Lake, X. Y. E. MIRIAM COYRIERE, Teachers’ Agency. s, tutors, conscientiously recommended, me and abroad. Instructors supplied to ties, colleges and schools. M u sical Depart- Schools, tut< both ho; universities, colleg es an tabllshed ISSO. ment. Established ISSO. X e w Yo?£^^N^^v?^York? 150 Fifth av. Tel. .',54 18th st. L A G y A C rn. T H E B E R L IT Z SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES, , « „ PARIS BXPOSITIO.X. visit Berlitz School's Pavilion—Everybody welcome Trln.1 LvMsonN F r e e in E v e r y Laiigrwa^te. FRENCH ACADFIMY, S53 BROADW-A.Y, NEW York: Professor BERG G E R of Parks, structlon; day and evening classes. 50c..; French In- isor BE R E R on; da y and evenin g classe s . 50c convor- e.speclaily; free trial. BOOK FR E E . Pupils pay each lesson. Booklet; Lem a itre's delightful French story. “M e llc.” C c e n ts. E.°T.ABL1.SHED 1S56. HOME BO.ARDIXG school, OLD BRIDGE, X. J. Girls, 3 to 15; boys under 10 years. Terms m oderate. Principal at 10*^to Mondays, from 283 GARFIELD PLACE. THE M ISSES H.A.MILTOX'S SCHOOl* For Boys and Girls, W ith Kindergarten REOPENS OCTOBER 3. M ISS RICH.-XRDSOX'S PREP.VRATOHY CLASS FO R C H ILDR E N . Personal attention given to each pupil. Xumbi ited to ten. 123 SOUTH ELLIOTT RE GINS SEPTEM BER 24. 1.900. : e ! ology, law, satecraft, etc., who have cor­ dially commended the w o r k of the school a t its commencement exercises and on other occasions and cheered its graduates with kindly and wholesome advice. Among those the Eagle readily recalls Horace Greeley, Elihu Burrett, Judge Noah Davis, Dr. Thomas Hunter, Senator Depew, Seth Low, Governor Roosevelt, P o s t m a s t e r General Charles Emory Smith, Assistant Secretary of State David J. Hill, Charles B. Hubhell, General Stewart L. Woodford, General Clin­ ton B. Fisk, ex-Mayors Strong and Hewitt, Jam e s G. Cannon, Mrs. Croly (“Jennie June” ), Miss Grace Dodge, General ‘SVagner Swayne, ex-Governor George Hoadley, Dor­ m a n B. Eaton, S. C. T. Dodd, Henry George, Booker T. AVashington, Dr, St. Clair McKel- way, t h e Rev. Drs. J. M. Buckley, J o h n Hall, Edward Everett Hale. W. S. Crowe, 'Winiam Lloyd, Charles H. Eaton. Josiah Strong, Robert S. MacArthur, David H. Greer, Lyman Abbott, YT. S. Ralnsford, R o b e r t Collyer, A. V. V. Raymond, Russell H. Conw’ell, Anthony J. Evans, Newell Dwight Hlllis, Bishop John H. Vincent, Bishop H e n r y C. Potter. The Packard School occupies the spacious building at t h e corner of T w e n t y - t h i r d street and Fourth a^'enuo, M a n h a t t a n . This build Ing has 15,000 s q a u re feet of floor space. All Us appointments are of th e best. Both day and evening sessions are held. The Packard Night School is an outgrowth of the demand by m a n y who are employed by day for an opportunltv to b e t t e r them ­ selves by study after business hours. It Is pre-eminently a school for ambitious young workers who are willing to m a k e some sacri­ fice in order to equip them s e l v e s for more responsible and more rem u n e r a t i v e employ- Browne’s B u siness College. Browne’s Brooklyn Buslne.ss College Is s i t u ­ ated at 24G to 252 Fulton street, with on L extending Into Clark street. It Is easily reached by the principal elevated and surface lines of tho borough. It Is accessible to bicy- cli.st3 by way of Clinton street, which is asphalted. Tho president of the school is Thomas R. Browne, who has been establl.shod in Brook­ lyn .more than forty years, and is well known as an o.xpert accountant. Ills son, Edward 0. Browne is secretary of tho school and a professional penman, while Mr. T. A. Browne 1. s rne.nagr.T of L'ne s h o r t h a n d and typewriting department. There are also six heads of other <lepartrneniH, including a t e a c h e r of s p e ­ cial commercial branches, a principal of tho preparatory department, a professor of Latin and of mathematics an d a head of the tele­ graph department. The school alms to teach youth of both sexes what will be r e q u i r e d of them in business life. They become ready penmen, quick and accurate a t figures, and expert bookkeopers. T h e y learn the details of the counting house by actual work in the college offices. Graduates of the .shorthand and typewriting departm e n t are experienced amanuenses. They a r e trained to report a t a high rate of speed and transcribe their notes with rapidity and accuracy and render typewritten copies of the m o s t difficult t a b u ­ lar statements. They a r e made familiar with general correspondence of many different kinds of business, and become adepts In mer­ cantile phraseology, th e work of Jaw offices and t h e specifications of an architect, and can fi I § - ^ VELASCO Knowledge, j g(jl]00l flf L O nPaPS Schormerhorn s t. / p! Brooklyn, / •qsUO«^ \ N a tive Specialists, j / 1 ■ ■ THE HAWN SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION, HENRY GAINES HAW N. ( F i v e year.M w i t l i tlxe B r o o k l y n P o l y ­ t e c h n i c In H t itn t e .) Principal a n d P roprietor. No classes—iudivldual insU'uction only. No “Physical Culture.” No D e lsarte. No G.vmnasties. B u t ORAL ENG L ISH from Conversa- tiou through the Drama. A ddress Carnegie Hall, N. Y. City, or 442 Classon av, Brooklyn, N. Y. F A L I , T E R M B E G I N S S E P T E M B E R 1 5 . Certificates given. HEGENTS’ EXAMINATIONS. O L D E S T , L A R G E S T , B E S T E R I U P P E D EchcK)l preparing stud e n ts for R e g e n ts’ exam ina- C lasscs are open to both sexes. Classes or pri­ vate lessons as desired. Courses cover the re­ quirem ents for any COLLEGE. SCIENTIFIC school or PR OFESSIONAL sch c '* In the United States. For catalogues address BROOKLY’N BRANCH. NEW TORK PR E P A R - ATORY SCHOOL. 200 JORALEMON ST. TERM OPENS OCTOBER 1. i m FR I E N D S ’ S C H O O L , 102-114 Schermerhora at, Brooklyn, OPENS September 25. Prim a ry, Interm ediate and jsdemlc grades, In which boys and girlls Academ ic grades, In which boys and g ir are prepared for advanced work a t the Polytechnic or Packer, and are w ell started In college preparation. No extra charges for Lafln, Greek, French. German, Drawing. Manual Training. Choral Singing. Two am p le play­ grounds. H ighest references. Circulars upon jpllcatl BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, C o rner Fulton S t and Bedford Av. DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS. Reopens S e p t 4 . Call or w rite for catalogue. C. CLAOHORN, P r i n c i p a l . ST. AMBHOSE’S ACADEMY, 75G H E K . \ L . n A V . B R O O K L Y N , N . Y . D A Y S C H O O L F O R Y O U N G L A D I E S A N D C 5 I I L D R E .V O F B O T H S E X E S . The F a l l term wMlI O P E N SEPTEM B E R 10, 1900. For term.s address the SISTERS OP ST. JOSEPH. SEELEY’S HOME SCHOOL, D E C K E R T O W N, SU S S E X COUNTY. N. )aies for college or bu.slncss; Individual attei as w ell as a school. W. H. SEELEY , A. M., Principal. prepares for colleg' tlon; elem entary els plumbing; a homo a s ses for young pupils; sanlt AT THE P A I N E UPTOWN BU S IN E S S SCHOOL, 107 W est Thirts'-fourth st. corner Broadway. N. y .. STENOGRAPHY, typew riting, telegraphy, br.okkeeping, w riting, correspondence, etc., taught d.av. evening all Summer. assume at once th e responsibilities of their profession. Special arrangem e n t s are made for limited term students, who desire t o take t e n weeks’ sessions, day o r evening, f o r civil service ex­ aminations or for special r e a sons. Each stu­ dent is a class by himself and can begin any time. By procuring a scholarship one can r e ­ ceive lessons until proficient. The school al­ ways endeavors to do more t h a n i t promises. Through thorough t r a i n i n g t h e school changes mediocrity i n t o superiority. The school has recently been examined by the Board of Regents and allowed to fit stu­ dents tor the state business diploma. The state business diploma ranks next t o 0. P. A, (certified public accountant) as the highest of s t a t e business credentials. Only those are admitted to examination who have taken the prescribed course of technical and special i n ­ struction in a registered business school. C h a rles E. \Young’s S h o rthand School. -kn I n t e resting statement comes from Charles F. Young, whose school has been located at 148 Montague street for more than seventeen years. He says his agreement to place every young man and woman coming to him has been carried out during tho last year and t h a t good positions (averaging, for the year, $10 per week to start) have been furnished every one of his pupils. His plan is an advantage­ ous one, if every person placing himself in his hands has been located and within three months (many of them in ten weeks) from date of entering his school. An experience of nearly twenty-five years in practicing and teaching shorthand and his large business acquaintance, through t h e thousands of former pupils now holding positions in every line of business, he says, enable him to carry out his agreem e n t in every case, and tho further assurance of a refund of part of t h o amount paid in case of failure, makes the contract doubly sure. Mr. Young takes particular pains to advise parents, and applicants for tuition, in a m a n n e r which If acted on will result In the best lnterc.sts of the person u n ­ der consideration. During the ln.?t year many young people entirely unfitted for such work wore refused and turned into other channels .Sacrificing the question of money to that of fitness for the work has rcsiilto.i in gain In other directions and his school stands bv Itself in i ts methods among tho many in the'UnUod States. M iner’s B u siness Academ y. This school is situated at 007 Halsey street, on the P u t n a m and Halsey street car line! and only a short distance from Fulton street and Broadway. The school was founded to provide a select institution where young men and women could receive a thorough business training under congenial and advantageous conditions, with economy of t ime and money The proprietor of the school has had over twenty years’ cxporlonce in teaching, and djjring the time has been chief instructor of tho commorctai branches In P r a t t Institute, the Educational Alliance, the Heflley School and other Institutions of importance. Among tho thousands of pupils instructed by him. Continued on Page 89. SCHOOLS FO R G IELS—Continued F rom F a g e 27. iChOOl TTaine of F r in c ipa l. A d d rcfe. J iin d o f School. Boj\rdIng TYrm MegiJXQ^ M iss'U’hitcom b ’s School ......... M iss I. P. WhItcomb.51* Rem sen s t . . ............................... D a y mn'B sclioo.............................................................36_Monroe . , , - St. Ambroso’s A c a d e m y ............... . ......................................75C D eK a lb av Miss K e n n e d y ’s School .......................................................... 211 Carroll st. \nrfield ..D a y M iss-W h ltco m -------------- -------- ------------ --- ------------- ---------- Miss Bodm a n ’s School ........................................................ p lace. •arrol Tho M isses H a m i l t o n . . . .! ..................................................... 2R3 Garfield pla The Mis.ses C raw ford .............................................................. S9 Joralemon s t ............................... CnthollcW om en's AssocIat’n.E. W . McCarty ............. 10 Prospect p lace............................D a y Miss U p ton’s School for G irls .......................................... 345 Clinton a v ................................... D a y Miss Bodm a n ’s School for G irls.......................................30 Monroe place ............................. . of the V isitation .........................................209 Clinton a v ..................................D a y Sept. 10 Sept. 26 Sept. 27 D a y D ay Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Fem a lo Inst. N E W Y'OUIC C ITY , a u e e n s B o r o tig:h, F la s U in g r - P o p n l n t l o n , 0 ,0 0 0 . 6t. Joseph’s A c a d ...................... S isters St. Joseph..........................................................................Boarding N E W Y O R K CITY, B r o n x B o r o i i g l i . P o p u l a t i o n , 2200,OOT« A cadem y Mt. St. U r s u la ....... U r s u lln e s ........................ Bedford P a r k ............................................- ........ OUTSIDE O F NEW Y O R K K a m e o f ncij>al. Sept. 26 Oct. 1 Sept. 24 Sept. 27 Sept. 8 Jfam t o f School Teach-AtVd~ tra. ance. Yearly la Board Tetr% Tuition. Jnelvded. Eeain$» K in d <if ____ \ol. P r in c i p a l. School. A L B A N Y , A H j a n r C o ., N . Y . , 1 4 3 lu t l e n f r o m N e w Y o r k , P o p u l a t i o n , 0 4 , 0 2 3 . Albany Fem a le A c a d __ Lucy A , Plym p ton. .Boarding................. 18 125 $50 u p. No. Sept. 20 fit. A e n e s ’ S c h o o l ............. R tR e v .W m .C .D o a n e ............................................ •• ----- •••• .......... ALLEiGHJSiV'Y C I T Y , A l l e s k e n y C o ., P a . 3 0 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 1 0 5 , 2 8 7 Barclay H a ll.........................N a n n ie G. B a r c lay.D a y Preparatorj-,. 3 21 $100 No. Sept. 1$ A M H E R S T , H a m p s h i r e C o . , M a s s . ICO m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t l o a , .3 0 0 0 Mrs. S t e a m s ’ School ........ Mrs. \W. F . Steam s..B o a r d ing ................ 5 .. ----- ---- Sept. 20 A N D O V E R , E s s e x : C o u n t y , M a s s . 2 5 7 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 1 0 0 . Abbott A cadem j-...............Miss E . A . M e a n s...B o a rding ................ 16 112 $400 Yes. Sept. 12 A U B U R N D A L E , M i a d l e s e x C o ., M a s s . 2 3 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 2 1 0 0 . Laselt Sem inary ................. C. C. B ragdon ............. B o a rding ............... 30 140 $500 Yes. .......... A U G U S T A , K e n n e b e c C o ., M e . 1 7 7 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , X 0 . 5 2 7 . St. Catharine’s H a l l ......... C. E. von W e ttberg..D iocesan B’rd 'g.. 6 SO $350 Yes. .... A U R O R A , C u y u s a C o u n t y , N . Y . 3 3 3 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , S S 5 . Preparatory S c h o o l ........... Miss S. L. T a w g e r ..B o a r d ing ..................................... •••• — .......... B A L T I M O R E , B a l t i m o r e C o . , M d . 1 0 8 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 4 3 4 , 5 0 0 . So’h’nHom eSch.forG Irls.M rs. W . M. Cary ---- B o a rding ........................ .. •••■ — „ Edgeworth S c h o o l ............. Mrs. H . P, Lefebvre.Boarding ................ 7 .. . . . . Sept. W Notre Dam e o f M aryland.SIst. o f N otre D a m e .B o a r d ln g .... ........ 26 196 $60 up. No. Sept. 11 Girls’ Latin S c h o o l ........... W. H . Shelley................................................ 13 226 $3.>0 Yes. Sept. IS St.Catherine’s Nor. Inst.SIs.of th e H o ly C ross.Boarding ............... 17 200 $16-130 No. Sept. 10 B E A T T Y , A V e s t m o r e l a n d C o ., P a . 3 1 5 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 6 3 . St. X a v ier's A c a d e m y ....R e v . R . -Wleland ............................................ 20 100 $200 Y'es. ... B E D F O R D P A R I v , W e s t c h e s t e r C o ., N . Y . 1 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . Acad. In s t itu t e ................... St. U r s u la Sisters ___ B o a rding ........................ .. — ---- Sept. 6 B E T H L E H E M , N o r t h a m p t o n C o ., P n . 8 5 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y T o rk. P o p . , 0 7 0 2 . M oravian Sem inary..........J. M a x H a r k ..............B o a r d ing ................ 22 100 $300 Yes. Sept. 19 B I N G H A M T O N . B r o o m e C o . , N . Y . 2 0 7 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l n t l o n , 3 5 , 0 0 0 Lady Jane Grey School..M rs. J . Grey H y d e ..B o a r d in g ............... 11 60 ----- — Sept. B I R M I N G H A M , A H e s h e n y C o ., P n . 4 4 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 5 0 . M ountain Sem inary..........A. R. G r ier ................. B o a r d ing ................ 10 59 ...... ...... ........ . B O R D E N T ’O W N , B u r l i n g t o n C o ., N . J . 4 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w \ Y o r k . P o p . , \4232. Bordentown Col. & Prep.F,Theodore Schultz.B o a r d ing........................ .. ---- ---- P r is c illa B r a lslln School.3Irs. M . B. C o o k e ..B o a r d ing ............... 10 20 $4.50 Y'es. Sopt, 24 B O S T O N , S u f f o l k C o ., M a s s . 2 3 4 m i l e . s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 4 4 8 , 4 7 7 . School for G irls .................. Mr. J. A . B e llo w s ...B o a r d in g ........................ .. . . . . . . . . Oct. 8 Com’w ’lth.YvenueSchool.The M isses G ilm a n ..B o a r d ing & D a y . 3 25 ----- . . . . .......... Miss C h a m h erlayne..........253 C o m m o n w e a lth..B o a r d ing................ 10 25 ...... ...... .......... Miss E m erson’s School............................................B o a r d in g ................ 9 35 ---- . . . . **v*5 Miss tV h e elock’s School..M iss Lucy\W heelock.Boarding ............... 9 .. $150 No. Oct. 4 B R I D G E T O N . C u m b e r l a n d C o ., N . J . 1 3 3 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p . , 1 1 , 4 2 4 . Ivy H a l l ................................ Em m a BO'wney ............. B o a r d in g ............... 7 50 $400 Y'es. Sept. 27 B R Y 'N M A W R , M o n t g o m e r y C o ., P a . 1 0 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p . , 0 0 0 . ■Misses Shipley's School..............................................B o a r d ing ........................ .. . . . . ...... .......... JIlss B a ldw in’s School...M iss F . B a ldw in ------ B o a r d ing .............. 13 98 . . . . .... .......... B U F F A L O , E r i c C o . , N. Y\. 4 5 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 2 . 5 0 ,0 0 0 . BulT.alo Sem in a r y ............. Jessica E. B e e r s ........... B o a r d ing .............. 5 87 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . St. M a rgaret’s .................... Mrs. E .C u r rle T u o k .B o a r d ing ................. 11 60 . . . . .. . . ................... B C R L I N t S T O N , B u r l i n g t o n C o ., N . J . OO m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n . T2G4 St. M ary’s H a l l ................. John F e a m le y .............. B o a r d ing .............. 10 70 $400 Yes. Sept. 26 C .4 .M B R I D G E , M i a d l e n e x C o . , M a s s . 2 3 4 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 7 0 , 0 2 8 . Camh. School t o r G irls...A r thur G ilm a n ........... B o a r d ing .............. 14 65 $1,000 Yes. Sept. 26 Lee School for G irls ......... Miss M . L. K e lly .......................................... 10 15 $1,000 Y'es, Oct. 3 C A N A N D A I G U A , O n t a r i o C o ., N . Y . 3 6 5 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p , B S C S . Granger P lace S c h o o l....S . C. F a irle y .............. B o a r d in g .............. 7 .. $600 Yes. Sept. 1» C A T O N S V I L L E , B a l t i m o r e C o ., M d . lO O m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o i > ., 2 1 1 5 . St. T im o th y 's .......................M iss M . C. Carter. .B o a r d in g ..................................... ...... ...... .......... C L IN T O .V , O n e i d a C o ., N . Y'. 2 0 7 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o i m l a t l o n , 1 2 G 9 . Houghton Sem inary ......... A. G. B e n e d ict ............................................. 7 23 . . . . .. . . . . . . . . D A N V E R S . E s s e x C o ., M a s s . 2 7 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 7 4 5 4 . W illard H a ll S c h o o l ........ M r s.S.M .D .M errlIl...B o a r d lng ................. 7 20 $500 Y'es. .......... D A N V I L L E , P i t t s y l v a n i a C o ., Y’a . 4 6 G m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 1 0 , 3 0 5 . Randolph M acon I n s t ___ Wm. H o lm e s D a v ls .B o a r d ln g ................ 11 75 ^ $50 No. ................... D U X B U R Y ', P l y m o u t h C o . , M a s s . 2 5 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 1 0 0 . The A lden S c h o o l ............. Mary T. Jenkins ------ Preparatory .......... 3 40 . . . . .. . . .......... E N G L E W O O D , B e r g e n C o . , N . J . 1 4 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p n l a t i o n , 6 0 0 0 . The D w ight S c h o o l .......... Miss E .S.C r e I g h ton..B o a r d lng................. 15 125 $700 Y’es. ........ .. E V E R E T T , M i d d l e s e x C o ., M a s s . 2 3 8 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 1 1 , 0 6 8 . Home School f o r L a d ies.M r s. A . P . P o t t e r ...B o a r d in g ............... 7 40 $400 Y'es. Sept. 1» F O R E S T G L E N , M o n t g o m e r y C o ., M d . 2 1 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . 7 0 . N a tional Park Sem inary ..................................... - ......... . .......................... 30 126 $400-500 . . . . . . F O R T E D W A R D , W a s h i n g t o n C o ., N . Y . 1 0 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p . , 4 5 0 0 . C o llegiate In s t it u t e ......... J. E. K in g ....................................................... 13 75 $350 . . . . Sept. 25 F R A M I N G H A M , M i d d l e s e x C o ., M a s s . 2 1 5 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p . , 9 2 3 9 . Miss H y d e ’s S c h o o l.......................................................B o a r d ing ................ 8 .. ----- . . . . .......... G A R D E N C IT Y ', N a s s a u C o . , N . Y'. 1 9 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 7 0 0 . Cath. School, St. -Mary’s.M iss E . Ij. K o u e s ............................ ........... . 12 83 ---- ----- G E N E V A , O n t a r i o C o ., N . Y'. 3 4 7 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 7 5 5 7 . Do Lanoey S c h o o l ............. M iss M. S. S m a r t ...B o a r d in g ................ 7 33 .. . . ----- Sept. 18 G R A N D H A V E N , O t t a w a C o ., M i c h . 8 5 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p . , 6 0 0 0 . A inslcc I n s t .......................... M a r g a retta C h e y n e g .C o llege Prep ----- 9 30 $250 No. G R E E N F I E L D , F r a n k l i n C o ., M a s s . 1 7 2 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p . , Prospect H ill School ........ M IssesFoster& CIark.Boarding ................ 7 16 ---- ---- . . . . . . G R E E N W I C H , F a i r f i e l d C o ., C o n n . 2 8 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p . , 1 8 0 0 . Tho M isses Corw ins ............................... » ............... B o a rding & D a y .. .. ...... ...... ........ .. R o sem a ry H a l l ................... Miss R u u t z R e e s ....B o a r d in g ................ 6 .. . . . . .. . . Oct, H .Y R T F O R D , H a r t f o r d C o ., C o n n . I I O m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p . , 5 3 , 2 3 0 . W oodside Semln.ary ......... M iss S a r a J. S m ith .B o a r d in g ................. 8 25 $700 Y es. Oct, 1 H .Y G E R S T O W N , Y V a s h l n g t o n C o ., M d . 2 0 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y’o r k . P o p . , lliO O O . Kee M a r C o llege ................. C. L. K e e d y ............... B o a r d in g ................ IS 115 $225 T es. .......... IRY’IN G T O N , Y V e s t c h e s t e r C o . , N .Y '. 2 3 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 2 3 0 0 . The Bennett S c h o o l..........Miss M a y B e n n e tt. .B o a r d ing ................ 9 66 ...... ...... ........ .. J O L I E T , W i l l C o . , 11(1. 1 0 2 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 2 3 .2 G 4 . St. Francis’ .Academ y __ Sister M. S tanislas,.B o a r d ing................. 7 60 $150 Y’es. Sept. 6 L. A K E F O R E S T , L a k e C o . , 111. 9 0 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 1 2 0 0 . Ferry H a ll Sem inary ----- Miss S- L. S a r g e n t..B o a r d in g ........................ .. ----- . . . . .......... L A K E V I L L E , L i t c h f i e l d C o ., C o n n . 0 6 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 1 0 0 0 . Taconic School .................... M iss L ilia n D ixon ..B o a r d in g ................ 5 41 ...... ...... .......... , L A K E Y V O O D , O c e a n C o . , N . J . OO m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 5 0 0 0 . The O a k s ................................M isses F a r r in g ton ...B o a r d in g ................ 7 20 . . . . ...... .......... L A N D S D O Y V N E , D e l n - r v a r e C o ., P n , OO m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 8 7 5 , Froebel I n s t it u t e ............... Miss E . D . W r igh t..B o a r d in g ................ 5 50 $50 up No. Sept. 17 L E W I S R U R G . U n i o n C o . , ' P a . 2 7 5 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 3 2 4 8 . Bucknell U n iversity ......... John H . H a r r is ........ B o a r d ing................ 31 461 $50 up. ...... .......... L I T X T Z , L a n c a s t e r C o ., P a . 1 7 5 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p n l a t i o n , 1 4 0 4 . Linden H a ll S e m in a r y ...R e v . C. D . K r clder.B o a rdlng ............... 14 60 $300 Tes. Sept. 19 L O Y V E L L , M i d d l e s e x C o . , M a s s . 2G 2 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p n l a t i o n , 7 7 , 6 0 6 . Rogers H a ll S c h o o l .......... Mrs. E . P .U n d e r h lll.B o a r d ing ................ 13 42 ...... ...... .......... Notre Dame A c a d e m y ...S ister T. A loyslu s..B o a r d in g ............... 20 130 . . . . ...... .......... M. A R L B O R O , M i d d l e s e x C o ., M a s s . 2 2 3 m i l e . s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 1 3 , 8 0 0 . St. A n n 's A c a d e m y ........... Sr. M . A lesandrlnl..B o a r d ing ................ 27 350 $110 Tes. Sept. 4 M E R R I M .Y C , E s s e x C o ., M a s s , 2 S 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 5 0 0 . W h ittier Home Sch o o l...A n n ie B. R u s s e ll ----- B o a r d ing .............. 3 23 $300 Y'es. .......... M I N N E A P O L I S , H e n n e p i n C o ., M i n n . 1 3 3 2 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p . , 1 6 5 , 0 0 0 Stanley H a ll ........................ Olive Adelo E v e r s ..B o a r d in g ................. IB .. $430 Yes. .......... M O N T C L A I R , E s s e x C o ., N . J . IG m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 1 5 , 0 0 0 . Cloverslde School..............E lizabeth T lm low ...B o a r d in g ............... 4 40 $600 Y'es. Sept. M M O R R I S T O W N , M o r r i s C o u n t y , N . J . 3 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 1 0 , 0 0 0 . M iss D a n a ’s School ................................... B o a r d ing................ 15 140 $SOO T es. ,, .......... M t. S T . Y’lX C E N T , W e s t c h e s t e r C o ., N . Y . 1 5 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 5 0 . Acad. Mt. St. V in c e n t ............................................... B o a r d ing .............. 27 .. $293 Y'es. Sept. 10 M O U N T V E R N O N . W e s t c h e s t e r C o . N . Y . 1 3 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 1 1 , 0 0 0 M isses Lockw o o d ’s C o ll..............................................B o a r d ing .............. 15 85 $600 Y'es. Sept. 27 N A S H Y 'IL L E , D a v i d s o n C o . , T e n n . 1 0 5 4 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p . , 1 2 5 , 0 0 0 . Ward Sem inary ................. J. D. B lan ton .................................................. 30 350 $80 3,000 Sept. 20 N. A T I C K , M i d d l e s e x C o ., M a s s . 2 1 7 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p n l a t i o n , 7 4 9 3 . W a lnut H ill S c h o o l ......... Miss C onant B o a r d ing .............. 14 45 $500 Yes. Sept. 20 N E W A R K , E s s e x C o ., N . J . , 8 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p n l a t i o n , 1 8 1 , 8 3 0 . Miss Town.send’s School ..........................................B o a r d ing................ 12 SO $60 No. Sept. 25 N E W B U R G H , O r a n g e C o . , N . Y . GO m i l e s f r o m N o w Y o r k . P o p n l a t i o n , 2 4 . 0 0 0 . M isses M a ckle’s School .............................................. B o a r d ing .............. 8 60 . . . . .... S ept. 87 N B Y V H A V E N , N e w H a v e n C o ., C o n n . 7 4 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 8 1 , 2 0 8 . W est E n d I n s t it u t e ..........Mrs. & M iss Cady .B o a rding.............. 9 85 . . . . . . . . ........ .. N E W M I L F O R D , L i t c h f i e l d C o ., C o n n . 8 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 1 6 0 0 . Inglesld e .................................Mrs. W . D . B lack..B o a r d ing ..................................... . . . . . . . . o c t . ■ N O R T O N , B r i s t o l C o ., M a s s . 2 7 4 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p n l a t i o n , 4 8 5 . W h eaton Sem inary ........... Rev. Sam . V . C o le..B o a r d ing................ 14 62 . . . . ___ Sept. 19 N O R Y V A L K , F a i r f i e l d C o . , C o n n . 4 2 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p n l a t i o n , 6 3 0 0 . M iss Baird’s School ......... Miss C. P . B a ird ....B o a r d in g .............. 9 46 $500 Yes. Sept. 87 Mrs. M ead’s School ......... Mrs. M . E . M ead.. .B o a rding .............. 6 32 . . . . .... N Y A C K , R o c k l a n d C o ., N . Y . 2 8 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 4 0 0 0 . Sept. 19 6 5 0 0 . Miss HertholC'3 School ............................................Boarding.. Bright H a ll ........................ Mrs. S a lisbury ......................... OGONTZ SCHOOL, M o u t g t o m c r y , P n . 9 0 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y’o r k . O g o n tzSch.Y'oungLadles.Sylvla E a s tm a n ....B o a r d in g and d a y 21 120 $1,000 Y'es. Sept. 88 OLD LY'.ME, N e w L o n d o n Co., C o n n . IIO m i l e s f r o m ' N e w Y 'ork . P o p n l a t i o n , S 7 0 Boxwood .School ................... Mrs. H . S. G riswold.Boarding ............... 4 .. . . . . ___ OLD B R I D G E , M i d d l e s e x Co., N. J . r>» m i l e s fr o m N e w Y o r k , P o p n l a t i o n , 2 3 6 Home School for G irls..............................................Boarding ........................ ,. ...... ...... .......... ORANGE, E s s e x Co., N. J . 12 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p n l a t i o n , 1 8 ,8 4 4 . Mrs. Dorr’s S c h o o l ......... Mrs. J. V. N . D o rr.B o a rding .................. 7 50 $500 Tes. Sopt. 28 O V EU BR O O K , M o n t g r o m e r y Co., P n . !>.Y m i l e s f r o m N e w Y 'ork. P o p ., 18 2 . Ovorhrook School ............ Ml.ss S. T. Sayw a r d ..Boarding................. 13 75 $150 No. Oct. 1 I’E E I v S I v I L L , N V e s t e h e s t e r Co., N. Y. 4 2 m i l e s fr o m N e w Y o r k . P o p ., OGTo! Rt, Gahrlel’-s S c h o o l.......................................................Boarding ................ 3 67 PELHAM M.'VNOIl, W e s t c h e s t e r Co.. N. Y'. 15 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 1 5 9 I’ .M is . H a z e n 's School ..................................................... Boarding ................ 10 95 ___ ___ r i i l L A D E L P H I A , P h l l a d c l p h l n Co., P n . 90 m . f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 1 ,0 4 6 ,9 7 o l W alnut L.me School...........Miss T. B. Rlohards.Boardlng ............... s .Miss Gibson's School ..................................................... Boarding ............... .Miss A n a h le'a School....................................................Boarding ....... .Mrs.Comt'gys M iss Bell .......................................Boarding ........ AI i ’5^. SiJ 11 on rvlifirt lionoy UoiLruInt? • • • • • Marj»hall Seminary’ ........... Tlif; M isses Marshall.BoaivllnK’ ........ Miss G o n lon’s KnK.Mrs. U. F . Gordon..Boardinff ....... .e £T» Mrs. R. C. D ickson.Boarding ....... 7 10 13 30 10 12 7 10 30 SO C4 SO SO 40 30 I'j’oO up. $30*0 up. $600 $600 Sept. 27 Sept! 26 Sept:*27 Miss Gordr WcKt V a liu it 5 t nom’.v..,i\ Mid. C ity .^cliool for Girls..Mrs. R . C. D. D<jng.. _ P I T ' r S I l U l t G , A l l o w : I i o n y C o ., I»u. i i i SI om f r o m N e w Y o r k , P o p . , 2 3 6 , 0 1 7 . Thurston i ’lep. School...M Is.s A. M. Thurston.Boarding ............... 20 203 .... P O U C i l l K K K P S l K , U r ilcheN M C o ., N . Y . 7.*: ii i i l c n f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p , , 2 2 000» Lvndon l l o i l ........................ Woll.s B u c k ...B o a r d in g .............................. U 133 .. . . ’ Bhiradantl .Scho<-,3...............Char]e.«» E. Flah ........ Boarding ......................... .. .. . . ” ** .......... r O M P T O V . P n H M n lc C o ., N . J . 3 0 m ilc M f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 2 5 0 . .......... Henry •!** NIille Scliool............................................................................... 2 20 .... l» I t I N C K T O N \ M e r c e r C o ., N . J . 4 7 m i l c n f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p n l a t i o n , 3 5 0 0 ! *** .Mrs.W. FJ. D. S c o tt’s Sell ............................................ Boarding ........................ .. . . . . ^ * a U I N C Y , N o r f o l k C o ., 2 4 2 m tlcM f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p a l a t l o n , 1 6 , 7 2 3 . .......... Quincy Mrmslon S c h o o l..11. Muxin W illard.................................................. .. ^ K K O M A M C , M o n m o n t U C o . , N . J . 4 0 m i l c n f r o m N e w Y o r k , P o p n l a t i o n 8O O 0” ' r'Hlhoun ChJimberl.aln ............................................. Boarding ........................ * * IU D G B F 1 K L 1 3 , F a i r l l e i a C o ., C o n n . 5 0 iiillcM f r o m N e w Y o r k / P o p . 6 0 0 .......... The -MI ssl ’3 V inton’s .Sell.............................................Boarding ........................ .. ^ ** IlO M ld , O n e i d a C o . , N. Y . 2 5 1 iiillcM f r o m f r o m N e w Y ' o r k . P o p u l a t i o n 1 4 5 0 0 * St. I’ctcr’s A c a d e m y ....... Sister M. P a t r ick .. .B o a r d ing ................ 7 Ofj ^94 N o * * * R Y K , W c M t c l i c H f e r C o ., N . Y . 2 3 lu i l c H f r o m N e w Y o r k . l * o p i i l a t l o n , 1 2 0 0 .......... Rye Sem inary ...................... Mrs. S. J. I,.ife .......... B o a r d ing., t — . SARATOGA SPRING S , S n r n t u K n C o ., N. Y. 180 iiUIeM fr o m N e w Y 'ork.’ p o n 600 0 The Manfir Scijrjol ............. B. O. B a r tlett, Jr.. .B o a r d ing................ fi (55 y^.g * *^ Oct 2 SIM S IlUIlY, H a r t f o r d C o ., C o n n . 1 2 4 nillcN fr o m N e w Y o r k . P o n n l a f l o n fllK McBeun Sem inary ............. Rev. J. B, M c L ean.................................... 5 « « j. * c 1 SING SING, W e a t c h e s t e r C « ., N. Y. 3 2 m n e a fr o m N e w Y o r k ! P o u . . 10 OOO O ssining School ................... ‘Miss C. C. I‘'u llcr...B o a r d in g .......... xi * r ^ 9 0 .SOUTH IJE’l'HLEHE.M, N o r t h a m p t o n C o ., P a . 8 s ’ m i l e , f r o m SlV Y . P o p . . Blahopthorpc.......................Mlaa F. M. Buchan..Boarding ................ 4 no ® * * H VW »**• - ------ BPRII T h e E l Dr. aru 8 TAM C athar M iss L SUiMM K e n t P S Y R A Kobla i T A R l The Ca H i s s ] K ’ ^ T O P E College T U O ^ {Emma U T I C . T h e Ba H r s. C< W A S l The Sti C u n sto W^'aphlt H cDon M iss SI M t. Vc ■W'ashlJ N a t . Ct W A S ] W a shh W A T 6 t . Ma W A T 6 t . Jos W A Y A rm lts W E S ' W E S ' Fontg'itgo Darlin; W I 1 . 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