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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. (Brooklyn, N.Y.) 1849-1938, September 09, 1900, Image 29

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■ { T H E B K O O K E T H D A I L Y E A G L E . N E W Y O R K , S U N D A Y , S E P T E M B E R 9 , 1900 . 29 m 1 M m • | | - i f I I I i ■ii n j i ■^v 1 , SCHOOLS FO R G IR L S (OUTSIDE OF N E W T O R E ) — Continued. S i r SPRINGFIELD, H nnipdcn Co., M iikh . 13« inllen from New York. Pop., 44,17!). T h e E lm » ..............................M Isa C. W . P o r ter..B o a r d liiB ................ J2 100 5000 Yea. •■■•;,;. D r . and Mr.a. M a c D u n ie.John M a c D u flle ......... B o a rd ing ................ 8 ■ «0 lOO ^ o.a. hopl. 20 STAMFORD, F n l r i l e i a Co., Conn. »0 mllcH fro m New Y'ork. P o p u liitio ii, 7500. CO $6.00 Y ea. O c t. 2 C a t h a r in e .\lk e n S c h o o l..S Ira.H . B. S. D e v a n .B o a r d ln g ............... 12 M iss L o w 's School ............ '.M iss Low ................... B o a rd in g ................ 8 SUMMIT, Union Co., N. J . a i nillcf* Iro iu New York. P o p n la tlo n , 1170. K e n t P la c e School ........... M rs.S .W o o d m a n P a u l B o a r d ing ......... . 9 82 ?000 Y rs. Kept. 2C SYRACUSE, Onondnfrn Co., N. Y. iSO l m ilca from New Y ork. Pop., 88,143. K e b la S c h o o l ..................... M iss M. J . Jack s o n .B o a r d i n g .................. 9 138 ... . . . . . Soj^t. IS TARRYTOWN, WcMtchcntor Co., N. Y. S.'S mileH from New Y ork. Pop.. a<IOO. T h e C a a tle ............................M iss C. E. M n s o n ...B o a r d in g ............... 13 75 . . . . . . . . .......... JJlsa B u lk ley 's S c h o o l...M iss H . L . B u lk ley ................................... 52 ... . ----- H o m e I n s t i t u t e ................ M iss M. W . M c tcu lf.B o th .......................... 3 4« . . . . ... . Sept. 19 T o p e k a , Slmwnee Co., K nn. 1505 inllcH from New Y ork. I»oi>ulatIon, 31,007. C o llege ofS lat.ofB c th a n y .A n n le J. H o o ley........B o a rding ............... 1C 200 $250 up. Yes. Sept. 12 T r o y , Rcn«NClaer Co., N. Y. 14S mileH fro m New York. P o p u la tio n , 00.050. E m m a W i lla r d S c h o o l...M iss M. A. K n o x ....B o a r d in g ............... 22 180 $700 Ye.s. Sopt. 19 tiTICA, Oneida. Co., N. Y. 238 niileN fro m New Y ork. P o p iilu tio n , 44,,500. TTie B a lllo l School ........................................................... B o a rding .............. a i r s . C o llin 's School ........................................................ B o a rding.............. W a s h i n g t o n , »- c. 227 mllem from N ov Y ork.P C h e n o w e th In s t i t u t e M rs. M .D .C h e n o w e th.B o a rding........................ 'W a s h ington Coil,,Ladl€B.F. M e n e fee .................... B o a rd ing .............. C h e v y C h a s e School ......... M ile. L . M. B o u ligny.B o a rding ................ T h e S t u a r t School ............. M iss Cl-audla S tu a r t.B o a r d in g ................ C u n s to n In s t i t u t e ............. M r. and Mi 100 $700 Yes. o p u la tio n , 231,000. 4 14 $i :.6 y'oB. Sept. 27 $500 Up. $100 Up. $700 yo^: No. rinV.*\l O cl. 3 5700 Yi's*. O ct. 1 30 100 i*.5 45 .. 40 Donald E llis School. ..E d w in R . L e w i s .. . .B o a rd ing ............... 10 50 M iss S h e r m a n ’s School................................................B o a rding ................ 25 M t. V e rnon S e m in a r y . ...M r s . E . J . S o m e r s ...B o a r d in g ............... 5 125 W’ash in g t o n S e m in a r y . . . M r.& M rs.Sm a ll'w o o d .B o a rd........................................... N a t . C a t h . Sch. for G irls.M lss B a n g s .................. B o a rding ................ 17 W A S H I N G T O N , W t t M U i n s r t o n C o . , P a . 4 0 0 m t l c s f r o m N e w Y o r U . P o p . , 7 0 0 3 . W a s h i n g to n S e m in a r y ...M r s .M .N . M c M illan .B o a rd ing ............... 18 190 .. . . .... ........ W A T E R B U R Y , N e w H t i v e n , C o n n , 8 8 m i l e H f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 2 8 . 0 4 0 . 6 t. M a r g a r e t 's .................... M ies M. R . H illard ..D io c e s a n B o a rd 14 170 ... . — .......... W A T E R T O W N , J e f f e r N o n C o . , N . Y . 3 3 0 m i l e . s f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 2 0 , 0 0 0 . Ct. Jo s e p h 's A c a d e m y ....S iste r M. Jo s e p h ls..B o a r d in g ............... 4 50 $175 Yes. ........ W a y n e , D e l a w a r e C o . , P a . 1 0 4 m i l c M f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , lO O O. A r m ltag e Prci>. S c h o o l...M r s .H .C .A rm ltago .B o a rd ing ....................... .. $550 Yos. .......... W e s t B r i d g e w a t e r , p i y m o u i k c o . , m u m h . 2 2 0 m i i e H f r o m n . y . p o p . , s o . H o w a r d S e m in a r y ............ M iss S .E .L a u g h to n .B o a r d in g ................ 12 .. $35(j«400 ... . S e p t. 19 W E S T C H E S T E R , C l i e H t e r C o . , P a . 1 1 7 m i l e H f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , .S 0 2 S . F o n t g a r t h H a l l .................. M rs. M .IC S .S m ith .. .B o a r d in g ....................... ... . .. . . .......... D a r li n g to n S e m in a r y ....... R . D a r lin g to n .......... B o a rding ................ 7 60 . . . . .. . . S e p t. 17 W I L K E S H A R R E . L u z e r n e C o . , P n , 1 7 0 m l l c H f r o m N o w Y o r k . P o p . , 3 7 , 0 0 0 . W ilk e s b a r r e In s t i t u t e ___ H e len S. \W e b s ter..B o a rding ................ 10 120 $30-90. N o . Sopt. 27 W ’lL M l N G T O N , N o w C a n t l e C o ., D e l . 1 1 0 m i l c N f r o m N e w Y o r k . P o p . , 0 1 ,4 ,3 7 . M isses H o b b s ’ School ................................................ B o a rd in g ............... 5 .. .. . . . . . . A . . . . W I N D S O R , H a r t f o r d C o . , C o n n , IK S m i l e H f r o m N e w Y o r k . I’ o p u l a t l o n , SOO. H a y d e n H a l l ....................... M iss J . S .A V illlanis..B o a rding................ 10 33 $400 Yc.«. Sept. 20 W O L L A S T O N , N o r f o l k C o . , M um h . 2 3 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 . Q u incy M a n s ion School..H i'fracc M. W i lla r d ..B o a r d in g ............... 10 45 $500 Y'»*s. Sopt. 19 Y O N K E R S , W e n f c l i C H l e r , N . Y . 1 5 i i i 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 ,0 ,3 3 . K in g s ley School ................. C h a s . 13. A m e s .......... B o a rd in g ............... S 40 $100 ___ Sept. 26 iS'ff?ne o/ .Sc 7 ioo/. SCHOOLS FOR BOYS. X a m e o f ....... rrincipal. K i m l o f Uchool. lieifins NEW YORK CITY, M a iiliattan . New Y ork County, N. Y. P o p u la tio n , 2,0.50,<JOO. D w ig h t S c h o o l ........... ..........,\r i h u r \WllliamR ......... 115 W . 43d P t .................................... Day ........... R o b e rt H . S y m s ........... 22 W . ijth s t ....................................B o a rding ar.Mr.M .adiscd Sopt. Oct. Syms' School ........ . .................... . w .. ................... . ulu . ................................ B e rkeley School ........................... J. C. R o a d R e g istra a iso n av and 49th s t ................................ O ct. H e lbubu rn n School...................................................................35o W*. 90th0tl ? t ............................... K in. & (Jr;vm. Oct. T h e H e l r 5 M o o re an d R o g e rs? Schoolchool.......J ...... J .. H,, R oo gg ee rr ss .................................... 223223 M adisonadison D r isle r S c h o o l ............................. F r a n k Dri.«lerDri.«ler ................. 99 K oo ss tt 49th9th C o llegiate School........................L. C. MJ y g a ttt ................... 241 \W. 7Tth C o lum b ia I n s t i t u t e . . . . ) . t TX..ii..... . . l ...................................................................35 W . 9 S H R M a v ................................................. Oof. ............... K 4 s t ................................ B o a rding Oct. y g a t .................. 241 \W. 7Tth i t ............................... B o a rding ..........Edw in F o w l e r ............... W. 72d s t and \West E n d av ...B o a r d in g Sept. 28 D e L a S a lle In s t i t u t e ............. B ro th e r Charle.s ............. 106-10S C entral P a r k S o u th ----- B o a rding .Sept. 12 C u tler S c h o o l ................................ A. H. C u tl e r ................... 20 E. .nOth s t .....................................r*ny O ct. 1 H a m ilto n In s t i t u t e ........................ X. A. Shaw . .Tr .... 45 AV. 8 ist s t ................ P r iv . prep O ct. 1 S o n f tn e r School ......................... llrrm a n F . S e n f tn e r __________ A s tor place an d Sth s t ............. D a y Oct. l C o lleg iate In.vtliuto ...................... Dr. D. D.uvid.s'on...........57 32. 61st s t ............. ....B o a r d i n g Oct- UPPEK. HOUSE, CASCABILLA SCHOOL, ITH A C A , H. Y. NEW VGRlv C'lTV, Ilro o k ly n , K2ri^.«< C(»uiify, N. Y. Papcilatioii, 1,K><»,5S2. 1 .SchruiiSchruii ........................... ('a s k i c H a r r i s o n ............ 49-42 Alonrno p l a c e ........................... I\».Ty H e i g h t s S c h o o l ...........D. H. E w a l d ..................... .51 .Sovonlh a v ..................................... Tiay T h e L a t i n . P r o s p e c t I'o l y t c c l m i c P r o p . S c h o o l .........L. L’. H u l l ........................... 99 L iving.^lon Y. .\1. C. A .................................................................................... y.-2 F u lton st ................................. Day s t .............................Day Si'pt. 19 Sci>l. 2h Sc|»t. 19 N E W Y O R K C I T Y , Q ,uccn.H R o r u t i ; ? l i , F l u n h i i i f ; * , N . V , l * o p u I a f i o n , 9 0 0 0 . K y le M il. In .stitiu e .................... P. K y le..............................................................................................B .iarding .......... N E W Y 'O IIIC C I T Y ', K i o h m u m l B o r o n s ' l l , Y V e n i N e w I l r i ^ h t o i i . P o p u l a t i o n , 3 0 0 0 . S t. A u s t in 's School .................... Rev. Geo. K. Q u a ilc....................................................................B o a rding Sopt. OUTSIDE OF NEW YORK, J i a m e a f Xam p q f K in d o f T e a c h - A tt'd - Y e a r l y J h H eard T e r m School. P r in c iv a l . School. en>. anco. Tv:ti<jn. IvchnU d . H c n m . A L B A N Y * . A l b a n y C o m i t y . N. Y*. 1.43 m i l e H 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 . A lban y .\cailem y ............... H e n ry P. W a r r e n ...D a y M ilita r y ... 13 ir> $10-250 .Xo. Sept. IS A M H E R S T , H n m p . s l i i r e C o u n t y , Mas.M. KJO m i l e . s f r o m N e w Y’'o r U . P o p . . 3 0 0 0 . M t. P l e a s a n t I n s t i t u t e . .. W i l l i a m K . X a s h ... B o a rding .............. 3 .. ___ .. . . .......... M rs. AV. I\). H e r r ic k ...................................................... F o r b a c k w 'd boys .. .. ...... ...... .......... 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 . I * o p u l n t i o n , 1 0 0 . P h iU iits A c a d e m y ............. Cecil F . P. B a n c r o ft .P r e p a r a t o r y .... 20 lO-j $100 Xo. S e p t. ID A U R O R A . C n y u K O . C o . . N . Y*. 3 2 7 n iilC K f r o m Ne%v Y o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 4 4 2 . C a y u g a L a k e A ctidom y ...A lbert Som ? s ............... P r i \ . bo.arding... 5 45 $*iOU Ves. Sopt. 12 B E T H L E H E M , N o r t h a m p t o n C o .. P a . 8.\ n i U e s f r o m N e w Y 'o r k , P o p . , <»7(J2. I/fthigii P rep. .School ........ II. A. F o o r in g ................................................. 6 70 $350 Yes. Sept. 19 D A R R E , W o r c e s t e r C o ., M u s s . 2 0 0 m i l e s f r o m N o w Y’o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 2 0 0 0 . E lm H i l l ............................... G o o rgj A . D row n ___ FechleM Ind.C h ’d .. .. ___ ___ B I L L E R I C . Y , M ! « idl< '‘s e x C o ., M u s s . 2.34 ii i i l o s f r o m N e w Y 'o r k . P o p u l a t i o n , 4 1 5 . M itchell School...................M. O. M itchell .............. H o a rding................ S 40 S5C0 Yes. .......... B L A C K H A L L , N o w L o n d o n C o ., C o n n . 1 2 5 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y 'o r k . P o p . . 4 4 1 3 . B lack H a ll School ............. C h a s. G. B a r t l s U . . .B o a r d in g ........................ 40 ... . .... .......... B O R D E N 3 ’O W 'N , I l u r l i i i p r t o n C o ., N . •!. -lO m i l e s f r o m N e w Y 'o r k . P o p . , 4 2 3 2 . B o rdontow n Mil. I n s t R e v . T. H . L a n d o n ...B o a r d in g ............... .5 41 ...... ...... .......... 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 . R o x b u rv L a tin School....AA’m. Coll.ar .............................................. S IT.' 22 (iOO 6 10 B o s ton L a t i n S c h o o l........Mosses M e rrill ................................................ B row n c -N lchols School..Drc»wne tS: N ich o ls..D a y ........................... B o s ton.on Col.ol. Prep.rep. School.AA*.hool.AA*. G.. 11.1. M u llanlan .......................................................................... C P Sc G 1 M u l .... 5 P r i v a t e School.......................................................D a y ......................... S tone’s School...............................................................................' ........... 75 280 Sir.o-'LT.o $60 .N^V.- No. S o p t !'12 Sept. 11 OcV.” 'i F r y e M r. ‘ B U A D E O l l D , E s s e x C o . . M a s s . 2<t7 m U e s f r o m N e w Y’o r k . P o p u i n t i o n , 3 5 0 0 . C a rloton School .................. r»r. I. X. C a rlt-io n .. B o a rding ............... 2 IR $100 up Yes. Sopt. 19 B R I E L L E . M o n m o u t h C o ., N . tl. <52 m i l e s f r o m N e w ’ Y 'o r k , P o p u l x i l i o n , 7 5 , G e rlach .Academ y ..............D. Gcrl.ac’h ........................................................ 4 40 $400 Yes. .^opt. 10 B R I D G E P O R T . E a l r i i c l d C o . , C o n u . 5(> i h I I o . n f r o m N o w Y’o r k . P o p . , 4S.S«<>. P a r k A v e n u e In s tU iite....S e th B. J o n e s ............................................... 4 ilO $459 A’e.s. S e p t. 26 B R I D G E T O N , C i i m h e r l a u d <’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 . ■West Je r s e y A c a d e m y ....P h o e b u s AV. L y o n ...................................... 6 60 $3.50 up A'os. Soi>l. 20 B l ’S T L E T O N , P h i l a d e l p h i a C o , , P a . 5)0 it i i l e n f r o m N e w Y’o r k . I’o p t i l s t t i o i i , 5 0 . S t. L u k e 's School ............. C h a rles U. S t r o u t . . . .B o a n l in g ............... G .55 $500 \\'S . Sopt. 19 C H A R L O T T E H A L L , 8 t . M a r y ’s C o . , Y l a r y l a n d . I K ) m i l e s f r o m N . Y'. P o p . , lOO, C h a r l o tte H a ll S c h o o l....O o o . M. T h o m a s ---- B o a rd in g ..................................... $]R0 Yes. .......... C H E S T N U T H I L L , P h i l n d e l p h l n C o . , I ' a . 5).3^ m i l e s f r o m N e w Y < » r k , P o i > „ 3.504). C h e s tn u t H ill Afradeniy...7a.«. L. r a t t e r s o n . . Board In g ........................................................ ...... C O H O E S . A l b a n y C o u n t y , N . Y’. 1 5 2 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 , 0 0 0 . S a c red H e a r t ro U e g e ........ 1. E. B l e i r ...................H o a rding ................ 15 277 SI2 Yes. .-JiorH. C O L L E G E H I L L ( C i i i c i i i n a t l ) , O h i o . 7 4 1 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y 'o r k . P o p . , 2 8 7 , 0 0 0 . O h io M ilitary Ir.st ............ AV. L. S llln g .................................................. 7 d) $375 .... 19 C O N C O R D , M i d d l e s e x C o ., M a s s . 2 5 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 0 0 0 . C o n cord School f o r B o y s .J a m e s S. G a r la n d ...................................... 4 IS ___ .... .Sept. C O R N W A I J i , O r u n p ’4'! C o , . N . Y'. 5 2 m U e s f r o m N e w Y 'o r k . P o p u l a t i o n . .3 0 0 0 . K . Y . M ilitary A«uid ......... S. C\ J o n e s ................. B o a r d i n g ...; .......... 2 HO ?'.C0 A’es. Sopt. 19 C O N C O R D V I I 4 L E , D e l a w a r e C o ., P n , 1<»5 m i l e s f r o m N e w Y 'o r k . I» o p . , 54.3. M a p lew o o d ........................... Jo s . S lio rtlld g e ........... B o a n lin g ................ . g 4i $iv,o ___ C H A l ' T A i a U A . C h n u t a i K i u n < 'o .. N . Y . 44.V m f l c s f r o m N e w Y’o r k . P o p . , IO O . H a w le y 's Prop. S«‘hoo !..L u c ius K. H a w ley ...B o a r d i n g ................ 3 35 $409 Yf.«. Sept. 37 D A N Y 'IL L E . P U t H y l v a i l i n C o ., V a . 4 7 0 lu l l o . s f r o m N e w Y o r k . i* o p i s 1 a U o i i , l!>0O . D a n v ille M ilitary Arm .L.I. H. S.aundcrs................................................ G .... tropt. 17 D II.X B U R Y ', I M y m c u t h C o ., M u s s . 2 5 0 m i l e s f r o m .N e w Y 'o r k . I ’o p i i h i t i o n , lO O . P o w d e r P o in t S c h o o l____F . B. Knar>p ............... B o a rding .................. .' 2 .', . . . . ^ E A S T H .Y M P T O .V , I l n m p s h l r e t ' o . , .M a s s . 15,3 m i l e s f r o m .New* Y 'i>rlc. P o p . , .5 0 0 0 , IN S T R U C T IO N . INSTRUCTION. INSTRUCTION. IN S T R U C T ION . 'I 'l i e E a ; g 3 e D u r e n i i . T h e B u r e a u . 3 ' h c ID j i k I c R u r e a n . T h e K u k 'I c B u r e a u . F u ll p a r tlo u lars. togifthor w ith c;iuilnpues. rlr- cularH. etc,, of unlvorslllos, o l l f ’gv.s un<l p r iv a te HchoolH ndvurtlyed in lliehc colum n s cs.n hr* had free uf clijirgo by callin g .at th e EAGLIC F K E E IN F O U M A 'riO N RUUICAU. fo u r th Iloor, E a g le Building. F u l l pn r tlo u larr. tn g o l h f r w ith eatalopue.\?. olr- culnrs. e t r . . r>f unlversU l'ts. ('*.lli’n**« am i private flchools utjvertlsf;*! In t.h.'-.*^*. cdl'.imns <’an J.\* I;;«j free o f ch a r g e liy fsiIMng a t the E A G L E F H E rj IN F O R M A T IO N H U ItEA L ’. fr.urlh flour. E a g le lah h lin g . F u ll partlcular.s, togeUior w ith catalogues, clr- cularM, etc., of unlvcrj^lties. oollegOH nnd private tichool.q adv<*rtJ.«C(J in fbe.se colum n s ran be had free of charge by calling a t the E A G L E F R E E IN F O P .M A T IO N J5r.*HE.\U. fourth floor. Eaglo P.ulldlng. F u ll partlculjir.<«. to g e th e r with ca talog u e s , cir­ culars, etc., of u n iv e r s itie s . c«>llegeM .and prlv.ate schools aclverll.‘»ed In fhc.«e (.v«Ju;nns ru n be bad free of eh.arge by enlllng :U the K.-\GI..E F R E l ’l IN F O R M A T IO N n U R E A U , fo u r th floor. Ea.gle B u ilding. F o r B o th Sexes. F o r B o th Sexes. F o r Both Sexes. F o r B o th Sexes. The Model Business College I t o g - i s t o i - o a w i t l i t l i e X J i i i v c v c s i t > ^ o f t l i o S t s i t c i o t T V o w Y o x * lv . Tli@ Brian! e straiten OolfeES gives the most thorough and effective business training in the Greater New York. All courses are strictly practical. Business Branches, Stenography and Typewriting. AN ADVISORY COUNCIL of prominent business men keeps the College in touch with the requirements of the business public, and brings com­ petent young men to the direct attention of those who have the most profitable situations to offer. 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T h e in s t i t u t i o n h a s the su p p o r t of m a n y of th e leading? citizens, and h a s cn- joyed a l i b e r a l patro n a g e fro m a carefully clis- trim i n a t i n g class of clients since Us inception, 'The policy 0 * t h e prin c i p a l is to give the m o s t m o d e r n and c o m p r e h e n s i v e courses of instruction, in c l u d i n g su c h technical and p r a c t i c a l in f o r m a t i o n as will enable the gra*d- u a t o s to ajjsumo resp o n s i b i l i t i e s which wiH dem a n d a good s a l a r y from th e day they leave school, a n d to help each pupil lay a f o u n d a ­ tion for a life of s t r i c t in t e g r i t y , keen o b s e r ­ vation a n d in t c l i i g c i u citi::ens-iip. A ssociation B u siness In s titu te , T h e .Association B u s i n e s s I n s t i t u t e r e p r e ­ sen t s the forw a r d m o v e m e n t of the Eriuca- tio n a l D e p a r t m e n t of t h e T w e n t y - t h i r d .Street B r a n c h of th e Y o u n g M e n ’s C h r i s t i a n A s s o ­ ciation of N e w York C i t y , a n d is a t h o r ­ oughly m o d e r n , practical school of b u s i n e s s m e t h o d s , fitting young m e n for the c o m m e r ­ cial p u r s u i t s of life. I t is n o t the p u r p o s e of the in s t i t u t e to m a k e money, b u t to b r i n g w i t b i n th e reach of ev e r y y o u n g m a n a th o r o u g h b u s i n e s s e d u c a t i o n , .surrounded by influences w h i c h te n d to elevate and stre n g t h e n th e m o r a l c h a r a c t e r . T h e t u ­ ition fee includes all p r i v i l e g e s of t’ne a s ­ sociation, such &5 th e g y m n a s i u m , w i t h its g a m e s of han d ball, b a s k e t ball, b o w l i n g alleys, b a t h s , etc., u n d e r th e d i r e c t .super­ vision of th e physical d i r e c t o r and h i s a s ­ sista n t s . T h e e v e n i n g c l a s s e s for in s t r u c t i o n in subjects no t ta u g h t in day classes are Germ a n , Spanish. F r e n c h , E n g l i s h a n d elo­ cution; al.so m e c h a n i c a l , a r c h i t e c t u r a l and free - h a n d d r a w i n g and ap p l i e d design; alg e ­ bra. .geom e t r y , physiology and electricity. The lib r a r y has 10.000 volumeis fo r r e f e r ­ ence, and a c i r c u l a t i n g lib r a r y of 15.0C0 vol­ um e s . A re a d i n g room, w i t h all th e le a d ­ ing n e w s p a p e r s a n d periodicals, is m a i n t a i n ­ ed. T h e r e a r e b e a u t i f u l l y furnished p a r l o r s for re c e p t i o n of stu d e n t s a n d friend.s, a n d an .Association H a l l for e n t e r t a i n m e n t s , w h i c h a r e given a t in t e r v a l s d u r i n g th e school year, and to wbioli s t u d e n t s are privileged to invite friends. T h e A s s o c i a t i o n B u s i n e s s In s t i t u t e is u n ­ der the direction of th e ed u c a t i o n a l d i r e c t ­ or, as th e r e p r e s e n t a t i v e of th e E d u c a t i o n C o m m i t t e e of th e C o m m i t t e e of M n n a g e n u n U of the b r a n c h . T h e v a l u e of the services of th e s e m e n c a n n o t be too highly esti­ m a t e d , for th e y re p r e s e n t th e b u s i n e s s and professional circles of t h e city, a n d they could n o t afford t o give th e i r in d o r s e m e n t to th e in s t i t u t e if it w e r e n o t all t h a t U claim s to be. T h e y not o n l y h e a r t i l y inclono the work, b u t th e y g i v e freely of th e i r tim e a n d m e a n s to a d v a n c e its in t e r e s t s . T h e y arc activ e In its m a n a g e m e n t a n d p e r ­ sonal in t h e i r in t e r e s t in its stu d e n t s . T h e in s t i t u t e is s i t u a t e d a t ho corner of F o u r t h avenue and T w e n t y - t h i r d street. It will reopen S e p t e m b e r o. The C u rtis School. T h e C u r t i s School, w h i c h includes inst.ruc- ticn on th e piano and v a r i o u s m u s i c a l in ­ s t r u m e n t s . singing, sten o g r a p h y , t y p e w r i t ­ ing. bonkkc'^ping. elocution and d a n c i n g in its cu r r i c u l u m , is s i u i a t e d a t 279 Scliorm e r - h e r n s t r e e t , and is u n d e r th e general m a n ­ ag e m e n t of Mr. T h o m a s C u r t i s . In th e d e ­ p a r t m e n t of in s t r u m e n t a l mu.sic ev e r y f a ­ cility is offered for a c o u r s e of th o r o u g h in s t r u c t i o n u n d e r th e m o s t accom p l i s h e d and co m p e t e n t te a c h e r s . The d e p a r t m e n t of elo­ cution is u n d e r P r o f e s s o r Sam u e l B r o w n e , w h o w a s for tw e n t y y e a r s p r o f e s s o r of elo­ cution a n d E n g l i s h in the B e l f a s t 'M e t h o d i s t College and R o y a l A c a d e m i c a l In s t i t u t i o n . S h o r t h a n d pu p i l s re c e i v e in s t r u c t i o n in e v e r y t h i n g re q u i r e d of a pracficnl s l e n o g r n - idier. su c h as ofiice w o r k , legal an d com ­ m e r c i a l co r r e s p o n d e n c e , copying, indexing and le t t e r filing. Indiv i d u a l in s t r u c t i o n is given to every pupil, a s it is believed th a t b e t t e r re s u l t s can bo s e c u r e d in th i s way th a n by class tuition. In th i s way a d v a n c e ­ m e n t d e p e n d s e n t i r e l y on a p u p i l ’s capability. Mr. C u r t i s h i m s e l f is an a r t i s t w i t h a ty p e ­ w r i t e r . and som e of t h e specim e n s of h i s w o r k w i t h th i s i n s t r u m e n t are m a r v e l o u s . C h a rles C o m m ercial College. This is one of (he well know n and do.sorv- cclly successful busine.ss college.s of th e b o r ­ ough. It was established in 1SP3 as a school for t h e t e a c h i n g of sh o r t h a n d and typew r i t i n g , b u t two y e a r s la t e r a day school was opened and since th e n Us Rcopo h a s steadily b r o a d ­ ened. u n t i l now th e r e a r e courses In shorf- hand. ly p e w r i l l n g . p u n c t u a t i o n . .‘=r«'iUnp. English. Spanish. French or G e r m a n , a r i t h ­ metic. business forms, bookkeeping, ponninn- sliip and com m c r e i a l law. T h e work in each d e p a r t m e n t is carried on b y capable a n d e.x- perionerd in s t r u c t o r s . T h e sehonl is well equipped in every respect, especial a t t e n t i o n h a v i n g been given to p r o v i d i n g not only clean sVr.d (diecrful rc.oms for stu d y and recitations, but m a n y conveniences which add to t h e com ­ fort of th e pupils. The school b u l k h n p s are at nos and 310 O a t e s r v e n u e and the pronrle- tor is W. P. Charles. M itchell Stenographic School. Mrs. M a r i e Mllcholl, who has becom e so well known as a successful teach e r of sten o g ­ raphy, will reopen h e r school, a t 77 Court street, w h o r e is was s i t u a t e d lust season. .Mrs. M i t c h e l l h a s attaiiied a very enviable r e p u t a t i o n as an in s t r u c t r e s s of sh o r t h a n d , and h e r sim p l e b u t cflicacious m e t h o d s have becom e very popular with th o s e who inicm i pc-rfeciing th e m s e l v e s for this work. H e r w o r k h a s become so favorably a n d so widely kn o w n by business m e n and th o s e who e m ­ ploy sLcnographors th a t h e r i)upns have no dilliculty w h a t e v e r in securing ]>osiLions. and it no t i / j f r c q u c n i«y happen.s that .Mrs. .Mitchell has m o r e ajinjicaLions for g r a d u a t e s lo till resp o n s i b l e and lu c r a t i v e positions th a n sho has g r a d u a t e s to offer. This is largely the le s u l t of giving individual in s t r u c t i o n . Mrs. M i t c h e l l m a k e s it a point to s t u d y the cap a ­ bilities and r e q u i r e m e n t s of h e r pupils, by w h i c h s h e is en a b l e d to in s t r u c t them m o r e e m e i c n t l y than s h e would o t h e r w i s e be able to do. In s i r u c i i n n will be g i v e n e i t h e r at th e £jcbooi o r a t th e hom o of th e student. Mrs. M itencll h a s added two e.xtra lustru c - tor.s to h e r teach i n g staff and a bookkeeping d e p a r t m e n t has b e e n opened. The M iller School of B u siness. T h e M i l l e r School of B u s i n e s s , u n d e r th e n a m e of R u t h e r f o r d ’s School, h a s been in o p e r a t i o n in .Sew Y o r k since 1S94 and h a s ciUicatecl a large n u m b e r of ofiice clerks. T h e p r e s e n t o w n e r and re o r g a n i z e r of this school h a s had a b u s i n e s s and stenographic c a r e e r of t w e n t y y e a r s and a teach i n g e.xperi- ence of fourteen y e a r s in Now’ Y’o r k City. It is th e aim of th e M i l l e r School to qualify first cla.ss ste n o g r a p h e r s and b o o k k e e p e r s in a s s h o r t .a t i m e a s possible, an d to so qualify th e m t h a t they can fill a t o n c e th e best positions. By th e m e t h o d s w h i c h are e m ­ ployed it is im p o s s i b l e to tu r n ou t a poor or indii'ferent clerk. In ed u c a t i o n a l w o r k h e a l t h an d hygiene are im p o r t a n t factors, as is a l s o The m a t t e r of convenience and a c ­ cessib i l i t y in th e location of t h e school build­ ing. T h e St. Ja m e s Building, 1,133 B r o a d w a y , is th e h o m e of th e school, a n d as such ^it could n o t be b e t t e r e d . The P h o n e tic In s titu te . T h e schem e of th e in s t i t u t e is to teach ste n o g r a p h y by m e a n s of p r i n t e d in s t r u c ­ tio n s w h i c h are p r o c u r a b l e in book form. T h a t th e schem e is a great success is ev i ­ denced by the fact th a t m a n y e x p e r t s have indo r s e d it and a r e now using it. The book is e u r i t l c d \ S h o r t h a n d a t a G l a n c e , ” and te a c h e s a system of light line phonography t h a t is easy, rapid and legible. T h e fact of th e th i r d edition being sold a l m o s t exclu­ sively in G r e a t e r New Y’o r k w o u l d indicate th a t th e m e t h o d is a very desirable* one and no t difficult lo be acquired. Mr. H e n r y T e a l e , for m o r e t h a n t h i r t y y e a r s a n e x p e r t of B r o a d w a y . In s t r u c t i o n is given in sten ­ o g r a p h y , t.vj)ewriiing, telegraphy, bookkeep­ ing. w r i t i n g , correspondence a n d business u.sage. T h e r e a r e evening classes d u r i n g the su m m e r , a s well as day classes. B lackm a n 's School of S tenography and T y p e w riting. T h i s school is s i t u a t e d a t 707 H a l s e y street, Brooklyn, l i will reopen S e p t e m b e r 1, and th o s e who are enrolled before t h a t d a t e wih receive one m o n t h ’s tuition free of a n y c h a r g e . T h e re g u l a r tu i t i o n is $5 a m o u t h , a n d in­ cludes in s t r u c t i o n in both the fo r e g o i n g sub- jccf.s. In d i v i d u a l in s t r u c t i o n is m a d e a prom ­ in e n t fe a t u r e of th e work. SCHOOLS FOR GIRLS. The P a c k e r Colleg-iate In s t i t u t e . T h e P a c h e r Collegiate I n s t i t u t e was foum l e a by Mrs. H a r r i e t L. P a c k e r in 1S51. I t s t a n d s upon th e site fo r m e r l y occupied by th e B r o o k l y n F e m a l e Academy, of w h i c h Mr. P a c k e r w a s one of the organizers. A t the tim e th e P a c k e r I n s t i t u t e w a s fo u n d e d it w a s th e la r g e s t g i f t e v e r m a d e for th e ad­ v a n c e m e n t ot fem a l e education. T h e I n s t i t u t e offers u n u s u a l a d v a n t a g e s for sy s t e m a t i c a n d thorough tr a i n i n g In p r i ­ m a r y , academ i c and collegiate in s t r u c t i o n . I t s c u r r i c u l u m is a s advanced a s t h a t o f any A m e r i c a n school below th e r a n k of a col­ lege. N'ow d e p a r t m e n t s have been o r g a n ­ ized in re c e n t y e a r s and th e c o u r s e s o f s t u ­ d i e s in En.glish, history and in th e n a t u r a l an d physical sciences h a v e been ex t e n d e d . T h e in s t i t u t e , situ a t e d n e a r th e p o i n t ot co n v e r g e n c e ot th e elev a t e d and surface railw a y s , is accessible to stu d e n t s fr o m all p a r t s of B r o o k l y n and of th e B o r o u g h of M a n h a t t a n . It s t a n d s on Brooklyn H e i g h t s , h a l f a block w e s t w a r d from th e B o r o u g h H a l l . I t s g r o u n d s and buildings h a v e a fro n t a g e of two hu n d r e d feet on b o t h Jo r a l e - m o n a n d L i v i n g s t o n s t r e e t s . A g a r d e n on L i v i n g s t o n s t r e e t , laid o u t in g r a s s p l o t s and w a l k s , sh a d e d by large trees, is u s e d by the stu d e n t s . T h e m a i n en t r a n c e is on Jo r a l e - nion s t r e e t . T h e building is a d a p t e d to the w a n t s of a th o r o u g h l y graded school. Be­ side th e chapel, th e studio, th e lab o r a t o r i e s , th e lib r a r y and th e gym n a s i u m , it h a s th i r t y ro o m s fo r stu d y and recitation. I t s halls a r e spacious, its ceilings high a n d i t s room s la r g e a n d airy. T h e chapel, a beautiful G o t h i c in t e r i o r , h a s a s e a t i n g c a p a c i t y of F O B M I l i r G O F T E E H O L L O W S Q U A K E , M o n t c l a i r Milit.ary .\cadem y . M o n t c l a i r , K. J. s t e n o g r a p h e r , is th e p r o p r i e t o r of the s y s ­ te m , an d his in s t i t u t e is s i t u a t e d a t 121 C o u r t street. K issick’s B u siness College. K i s s i c k ' s B u s i n e s s College, a t 45 .Ashland place. Brooklyn, is a tlioroughgoing in s t i t u ­ tion. w h i c h offers in s t r u c t i o n in all the b r a n c h e s which should bo ta u g h t to tiisuro a so u n d business education. T h e subjects in­ clu d e bookkoepln.g, co m m e r c i a l arilhm o t i c , correspondeuro. s h o r t h a n d a n d typ e w r i t i n g , a n d all operatio n s iiicidont to th e curryin.g on of b u s i n e s s . E v e r y effort is m a d e to induce pu p i l s to do t h o r o u g h and c o n s c i e n t i o u s work, to r th e i r own good, in order t h a t they m a y b e fit fo r tile rcquirenioTits of business life w h e n tliev lliially l e a v e school. F u l l in f o r m a ­ tio n m a y l.'c luul a t the sch o o l of prices, c o u r s e s and timc.s of classes. S t e n o g r a p h e r s ’ A ssociation. T h e Stcnogr.iphers' A s s o c i a t i o n is situatcil a t 155 Sixth avcmic, .\ew York. Slenograp::- e r s ' speed d i c t a t i o n classes m e e t there in the a f t e r n o o n iitul evening, for w h i c h tho charges a r e $l a innnih. In s t r n c l i n n is a l s o given in p r n e t i e a l Inisincss. stenography, bookkeeping an d .Spanisli. Spoiliii advanced instruction will bo given in an v of these s u b j e c t s or in- dividiinl tuition. Tho speed c l a s s e s are verv d e s i r a b l e pnictice for s t e n o g r a p h e r s who w i s h lo become m o r e expert. ^ P a in e ’s U p tow n B u siness College. T h i s null know n luisincas school is s i t u a t e d a t -1S7 iVcfit Thirty-fourlii streot, a t the corner eig h t h u n d r e d . T h e g y m n a s i u m is one h u n ­ d r e d fe e t long and is fu r n i s h e d w i t h every d e s i r a b l e appliance for th e physical tra i n i n g of young Avomen. The physical le c t u r e room is well equipped for th e co n v e n i e n c e of te a c h e r s and s t u d e n t s and th e physical lab­ o r a t o r y h a s carefully planned m o d e r n im­ p r o v e m e n t s . T h e chem i c a l la b o r a t o r y is fur­ nished w i t h ta b l e s to a c c o m m o d a t e ' t w e n t y - fo u r stuclenis an d is com p l e t e in its outfit. T h e m e t h o d of instruction in th o p r i m a r y classes is in t e n d e d to tra i n th e p e r c e p t i v e facu l t y to quick and a c c u r a t e o b s e r v a t i o n ; as th e s t u d e n t becom e s able to p u r s u e a pro­ cess ot re a s o n i n g her pow e r s ot reflection a r e educated in tho advnncfng g r a d e s of the course of study. By su c h in s t r u c t i o n pupils in the lo w e r classes of t h e in s t i t u t e a r e pre­ pared to e n t e r upon the stu d i e s o t th e aca- tlemie and the collegiate d e p a r t m e n t s . -A pupil who u n d e r s t a n d s a d d i t i o n a n d sub­ tra c t i o n m a y e n t e r the p r i m a r y d e p a r t m e n t of the in s t i t u t e . Stu d e n t s m a y e n t e r the courses of stu d y a t any point w i t h o u t being cailed upon to repent w o r k w h i c h h a s been th o r o u g h l y done in o t h e r schools. The stu d y of L a t i n fo r two y e a r s an d of a m o d ­ e r n lan g u a g e fo r two y e a r s a n d a h a l f Is r e ­ quired of all s t u d e n t s for g r a d u a t i o n . In the academ i c d e p a r t m e n t th e r e a r e tw o courses of study, one of which includes fo u r yoitrs of L a t i n and th e stu d y of a m o d e r n lan­ guage fo r nt le a s t two y e a r s an d a half. A m o r e ex t e n d e d course in L a t i n o r In a m o d ­ e r n lan g u a g e m a y be secured by a s t u d e n t u n d e r h e r priv i l e g e of choosing a m o n g e l e c t ­ ive stu d i e s in tho collegiate d e p a r t m e n t . IN S T R U C T ION . 'J'lic Engtle B ureau. rticu la rs, to g e th e r w ith catalogues, clr- ersltlcs, colleges anti private these colum n s car^ had charge by calling Full pill ciiiars, etc., o t iinlvei schuiil.s .'Klvertlsed In f r e e nf c h a r g e by t I .NT FO U M TIO X B U11E .AU. colleges and ese columns can be had g at the K.AGLB FRBB .A fourth floor. Eagle F o r B o th Sexes. “ T f \ e S c h o o l t h a - t m a k . k e s a s p e c i s t - l t y o f e a t . c h s t u d e n t . ’ TO.e PACKARD ^ COMMERCfAUSCHOOi lO I E . 2 3 ‘3TJV .Y(CO R .43A VE3PtioneIO I-H i I The Packard School has been in closest touch with the business world for more than forty years. It has opened the door of business success to thou­ sands of young men and women and given them a Right Start in Life. fPTO ' Individual instruction is given in all commercial branches. No risk is in­ curred in selecting a school that has borne the highest * reputation for nearly half a century. The Packard Record is the Packard Reference and Guarantee. Day afid Evening Sessions. The Packard School has been honored with the highest award by the Paris International Expo­ sition. STAMMERING aftfcU -jns of and all norvou: ispef-ch Qulrkly and por nontlj' cured by a a sjjc'ech specialist for < eighteen years. Tlie followlnir 1 known odt lottcT from a nown e d u c a to r and re­ liab le liusiness m a n of B rook- int€ th e past recom m en s t a m i n e r i n t ; . D u r i n g asu ro for m e to ir.oihod of yo’ o u a n d i n e v o r y Ins st ta an nc ce e hav** l**'-en succos.'ifully ''m y y.-ar-s I have •al th e v hav** l**'-*en ' I h: a^p tw . . idcd s e v e r a l s t u d e n t s . ...... ”v I n uecfs.'ifully treat'-’d a n d I h a v e r'*ceivcd t h e jrratoful p a r e n t s . ••HENKY’ C. A V I i l G U T . • T r i n c l p a ! L . I. Busm e . s s \C o n p r a t u l a t i u n . - i f'oiieiie.\ U p o n Y’o u r Cu r e . \ Tlv- c'^lebnited G e r m a n a n d F r e n c h m e t h o d s a r e utiliz-.-l a n ’l im p r o v - t l b y th e s u g g e s t i o n s of a p r o g r e s s i v e A m o i K - a n p h y s i c i a n . AVh«n a c u r e is to b e hail so e a s i l y t o ?ro o n s t a m m e r i n g . S'-n'l f “ r p a m p h l e t , g i v i n g o u t l i n e o f t r e a t m e n t a n d r*jfer«.-uccs f r o m ennn* n t F.'\A.‘‘m a ' ’AAT ■ M. D.. 10.') IV. 7-’tl St.. ,\>w York. (F o r X e a r l y T w e n t y Y'eurs a t 1> \Vi-~t H l h Si.) ELOCUTION. AMERICAN SCHOOL OP ELOCUTION P O V C H G A L L F - l l ' i . A Schofil of S p e c i a l t i e s . T E N T H y e . \ h .^ ' t e a c i i k b s . . .......... N O S C I E N C E S . in A m e ri’-a. ■.\T BROWNE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE <& C o ll c .u r e o f S h o r t U a n d &. T y p e w r i t i n g ^ . 2 4 G P u l t o n S t , C o r n e r C i n r R , B e tw e e n th e B ridge and C ity H all. Telephone 135< M ain. T itle allow e d an d In s titu tio n Registered by a t te s ti n g th e ir■ b of Regent.**. Method;s sesaion. day a; orps of 2r Clas.s Instruiction ■ery stu school re.«ponaibIe. $8d, u e r m s of 10 appre I and courses of training, d a y a n d evening; princlj ru to every s tu d e n t. •oval of our Bust* •ening; princ ip a ls assisted 10 teachers, selected for special ability, tlo n com b ined w ith personal attention scholarship system of tu itio n m a k e s the re.oponaible. Proficiency in Shorthand, etc., U e rm s o f 10 w e e k s, $25). Students go out Menced: speed p ractice continued till all get naduates preferred by em p loyers. A rithm e tic, exp*?r! places. B u siness La .-V well prf Evening nes.s. gllsb. *10. O u r gnaduate s preferred Course (Bookkeeping. A rith m e tic , ,aw relatin g to \p a p e r ,” co n tr a c u . etc.), $100: term s. $20 a n d $25. Form s . La w rel $75; '.vith .Shorthand, etc.. $100; term s. $20 a n d $25. volnted E.N*GLI.?H D E P A R T M E N T , to other departm e n ts, year, $60; ladies. Busl- P e n m a n s h l p , $5 ; En- a;u wdih p ro m o tlr t'-rm s . S2G. E l c v a t r r for t'*rms: Shorthand. $19. ten weeks; TelegrapJ-.y. $!y; Penm a n ship. $5 gllsh. *1(1. m o rrhly $5. I ’isfior.s invited to see us a t work. 41st annual prospectu.'* read y ; .-all. w rite or telephone; our roprc'S‘*rUatlvr- w ill ta ll. All lines pass door or •'■ono v.iihf:i a block. T. R. BBOIVXJ:. Prin.-ipaJ. E. G. BP :4ecre:.ary. K'*v. O L IV E R W H ITE. A. M., f-r. <'ivi.,’;*. ‘.’.•m m -rc;. H istory, vtr. JL'f'kw.Tr-l and th*)s*' who have not done w*el! In srho'^i. p r ‘“i'a r ‘'d for business from rudi- m-*nts un. Vi>' spf’cSal t''arhcr.s. Reserved desks ff,ir .\<luUs an'l Forc'ignors. ________________________ r . B R ^ - N E , Tdi \Graduates. N O M A T H E M A T IC ? . , , T h e M ost A r t i s t i c School l o c a t e s i n KVEP.Y ST h c ld lnig'po ^ ti< m s “ in ‘ or.!leg*?s a n d iLcsvdomP'S. 'Y P U P I L R E C E IV E S i ‘R l^ A r S T B U C 'nO N : EV E R Y a i JVL. I a V T h is school Is in t fo r r tb by ___ fu r t S e p tem b e r ‘I’.I V A T E IK iLT . -..w, . . . . . . . is in te n d e d for th o s e w ho d e s ire to . t u d y f o r '«•« X ‘ w S h , V fo r those ?d b y Illness. also f o r tho se w h o are backwar*A m tliejr s-tudU-. cause d b y Illness, etc. F o r f u r t h e r p a r t i c u l a r s cull ’ w a t .TER V. HOLT, Principal. POU C H G A L I.K K V , htO C L IN T O N AV. 10 y e a r s A .lclphi C o l l w - l'’ v.-.-rrs .N ational c o: s e r v a t o r y In s t i t u t e . lite r a t u r e ^ _ __ 1'^ yenr: 'at M u sic. N hw Y’ork: a*Jdrcss a f t e r •s N a tio n a l 7i year.s P r a t t T h e 3 t . L a w r e n c e Un iv e r s i t y . College of L e tt e r s and Science, Canton, N. V. F o u r regular courses, leading to th e d e g rees of B. A, and B- S, A broad ran g e of elective s tu d ies. T h o rough in s tr u c tio n . W h o iesom e m o ral Influences. E x p e n ses low. T h e College is o p e n to m e n and w o m e n on equal te r m s . Year b e g in s Sept. 18. A im o n G u n n ison, D. D., P r e s id e n t, C a n ton, N. Y. PRATT [INSTITUTE B R O O K L Y 'N . X. Y*. D a y clasBCS w ill B E G IN work S E P T E M B E R »4, •veningr classes S E P T E M B E R 26. R l B l i S c h o o l . D e p a r t m e n t o f F i n e A r t s . D e p a r t m e n t o f D o i x i e s f t c A r t . -------- ..— ■ f II vr-., . tr u < l e eUisNC-M. R - a r t o u s . D e p a r t m e n t o f D o m c H t S e S c i e n c e . D e p a r t m e n t o f S c i e n c e a m l Te< n o l o R y . i n c l n t l l n s : t r u < l e cli D e p a r t m e n t o f P l l m l e r D e p a r t m e n t o f L i b r a r i e s . P h y M i c a l 'r r n i i i i u f s n u » l S w i m m i n p : . F o r fu r th e r in f e r m a u o n or for uppU c.ition blsinki ad d r e s s tho general oftlc F E E D E R uppHc CO of the In s titu te. li e B. r R A 'n ' . Secretary. KISSICK’S BUSINESS iVw^equi i'V ° INSTITUT75. uor.ing m o d e r n F o r a thorough, p r a c tica l business education, has equaLs and no sup*::iors. In teuchlnw ods, bookkeeping. te a c h i n g m o d o g r a p h y . ty p e w r i t i n g , itu a t l o .ions ao- Isabel Champney's Private Class in Drawing' and Illustrating. E S P E C I A L A ' l ' n ' E N T l O N G I V H N TO B E O I N - N E U t s A X n C I I U . H K E N . P E N ANL-> I N K . W A S H IM I A W I N G A N D W A T E U C O L O R T A U G H T . F o r InCormatUm iuldr*’ss M ias ISA H E L Cl lA MI’NH V. Tlit f n i \ n at. EEOEBEL ACADEMY, GST L a fayette av. opiioaite Tom p k ini. Parlct lclnderj?ttrten; priusary aiiu aca- F ^ * L BKOIXS W E D N E S D A Y . SE$»TKM5JKU K). r YT V T . n o i ^ KS \ T T H E SCMOOT^x SEIfB POR CATAIOG-UE TO T H E M. V. IN S T ITL'TE. M YSTIV. UOXX. C h a r tered. B o th si’Xvs. 'r!ir*?o courses. Home school. Some w tirk out p a r t of expense, ’rh i r i y - Ih ir d year. JX O . K. lU 'O K L Y 'X . LT.. ] \ \ B L O C i T l O A A X U A .U T 1 X U . Thorough and prstcllcal Instru c tion in vocal cu!- ,nd g e s ticulatio n for tho L a v ^ ’or, M idlsiur, and P u b lic S p e a k e r In gm eruK ruL Send for cir- cul'li’r. E D W I N G ______ 196 W e st P o rtysecond si, Now Y'ork City. k e r In g m e G ORDON L A W R E N C E . HEFFLEY SCHOOL. Bookkeeping, slonography, t vjM’W vUlnj. lan- guflgo.'?. regents. H ig h School; d;iy and w o n ln g : now bulldlne .specially consiruou-d. IM;: U v ersnn ut. T h r o u g h o u t th i s courso G r e e k m a y ta k e th e place of a m o d e r n lauguago. T h e a l t e r n a t e course differs chiefly in the fact th a t a d ­ vanced inath e i n a t i c s takes th e plnoe of ihe l a s t tw o years of Latin. T h e in s t i t u t e p u t s th e stu d y of E n g l i s h before all else, b e l i e v ­ in g t h a t th o r o u g h train i n g in the m o t h e r to n g u e is b e t t o r th a n any o t h e r educational Influence. B e s i d e a com p r e h e n s i v e course in E n g l i s h th e c u r r i c u l u m of th o school in ­ cludes Latin. G r e e k , French, G e r m a n , m a t h e ­ m a t i c s . history, th e history of art. logic and psychology, physiology, chem i s t r y , physics, physical a s t r o n o m y , geology an d draw i n g . Special a t t e n t i o n is given a l s o to re a d i n g and elocution, sin g i n g , p e n m a n s h i p and p h y ­ sical training. T h e seholarship.s of th e in­ s t i t u t e secure free tuition for tw e n t y - f i v e s t u d e n t s . The ex a m i n a t i o n s fo r adm i s s i o n com m e n c e S e p t e m b e r 10 and re c i t a t i o n s b e ­ gin on Monday, th e 24th. B rooklyn H e ights Sem inary. • Tho Brooklyn H e i g h t s S e m i n a r y , 138-1-10 THE MILLER SCHOOL ST. JAMES? I I I T L D I N G . 1.153 llROADAVAY. \ . \ MUUir O r u d u a ic\ ia a s^ynonyra fo r p r de­ le:.-.y. E o r 12 v '- a r s wo havo hoep—tdcallng*- a , K tandnrd ff*r *‘xooUvnoc. ■ i SHORTHAND Gr-'’?rg'.<; sy s iem —easy ro read and w rite. Po=i- ti'jnsj f.jund for all g r a d u a tes. TYPEWRITING Touch m e thod o f l.vpew rltlng brings quickest, besft ro.sults. R e a s o n a b le term ?, BOOKKEEPING Cni:r?*=- short, com p lete, an d Instruction the best. A ritlim e ilc. Corresj>on<lPnc-.-. Penmjin.«hip. J>AV OR E V E N IN G . CIRCU L A R S . \NO B E T T E R .SCHOOL AT ANY P R I C E .\ MAUDE KIPPIEK, DEAIHATIC EEADEK, Gmclu.'ito of and in.^struetor in th e A m e rican Pcljo.il of E li'i’Utlon. Instruction given in ELOCUTION, DELSARTE. Siiceial T«-i-ms fnj- Classc.s 10 ST. A N D R E W S PLA C E , aii'l Schools. BRO OK L Y N . MINEK'S SUSINESS ACADEMY, ' G 0 7 H n i M e y S t . M. L. M IN E R . Pd. D., PR IN C IP A L . D opu:-tm o n ts: Bookkoc-ping, P e n m a n c h ip. Eng­ lish. S h o rilm n d , Tvy-owriting. P o s t G raduate, Speeti C lass; exp e rt Jn.«tructorii; eJas.s and Individ­ u a l leach in g : help in securing positions. Term c-ns S e p tem b e r 4; ask for circular. Long Island Business College. 143-149 .SOU T H E I G H T H ST. Tho bu.siness tra in in g school of to-day fot women. D a y and evenlnf >rr cataloataloffu g ue ee sessions. Reo;jen.s .September 10. add ress th e principal. _ young m e n and young women. D a y an d evenln f don.s. Reo.oen.s Septem b e r 10. F o c H E N R Y C. W R IG H T . LA N G U A G E S . T H E B E R L IT Z SCHOOL OP LA N GU A GES. 1,122 BROADW A Y '. N. Y. 73 COURT ST, B ’K L Y N B ranches all o v e r Europe and A m e rica, Term s B E G IN NOW. Foe reasonable. T r i a l lesson free. (A w a rded two so ld an d two silv e r m e d a ls a t P a r is E x p o s ition for b e s t and m o s t practical GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, Y V a N H l n s t o i i , D . C. A r ts & Sciences, Law, Medicine, c o i . l b g e : a x ' d p r e s *. D E P a ' . , i i s t f a _____ Y E A R . S E P T . l a . CU R T IS SCHOOL. 279 S c h e rm e rhorn St. Reopens S r p i. 4. C a talogue on upplicaiion. Stenography (in d iv id u a l In s tru c tio n ) , Typew riting, Shortliaird Speed Classes. Buslne.ss T raining. (Jlvll Service. Itegeuts. E locution, P lan o , Violin, M andolin. W u lta an d Tivo Step g u a ran teed , $4 (private ie*- Cooking: Sehoolw MRS. GESIIME LEMCKE’S sei.«oi, REOUIEN SEPT. 10, lOOO. _ , SO LIYING.«TO.\ ST, BHOOKLVX, 2 E A S T F O U 3 » V - S E C O N D ST, N E W Y^ORK li-uropean and A m e rican cooking practically tau g h t NEW YORK PKEPAKATORY' SCHOOL. 200 J o raloinon st. 1.5 W. 43d st. N. Y. CUty. OLDEST, LARGEST, BEST KNOYVN and iiio.-t SUCCESSFUL school, m a k ing a spe­ cialty of p r e p a ratio n fo r R e g e n ts’ and o ther ex- amlnatlo.YS. REGIN NOW. ADELPHI SKETCH CLUB Moots June at _________ Clifton and St. JamoH pljio‘’S. $2.' COURSE, •oflclenc:y BO O K K E E P IN G . $10 CO URSE; W E E K L Y $1. Proficien c g u a r a n t e e d ; all pupils hav e been placed: speed claaser-: typ e w riters rented an d re- Vaired: ribbons. M ITC H E L L . 77 C< T H E M ISSES M v C R F A R Y ’S SCHOOL AND K I N D E R G A R T E N . «57 OCEAN AV. FLATBU.SH, W in lU v O P E N MOND.VY’. .September 17. 1900. F u r t h e r inform a tlcm m a y be obtained at the school a f t e r S c p tvm h o r 10. TMK .'r.r.V T O .V ~ K l.N D K R G .\K T B N A N D P H I- M .\KV St'HOt.iL. No. 17 Strong place, w ill begin its :4ih y e a r O ct. 1. (Vuirs.'s In m a n u a l tra in in g ;i‘Mfil to tliv* cu r riculum . The ITlnclpal.s m a y he seen a f t e r Sopt. l.“ at 19.\ H a rrison st. MISS LO U ISE D E N T O N ’S EN G L ISH AND \ ........ .. *■-or S ixthixth av.v, . idergarten, P^i- nci Prep: rep a r a to ry D e p a rtm e n ts . Music, Syn- G e rntan School f G irls and Boys. 119 S a RKOPEN.S S F P T E M R E R 19. K ind m a ry unci P thetlc Method. M o n t a g u e stre e e t , one of the oldest a n d best know n of tho B r o o k l y n schools for girls, en­ ters upon i t s fiftieth y e a r Septem b e r 27. Founded by P r o f e s s o r Alonzo Gray, and a f t e r P r o f e s s o r G r a y ’s d e a t h conducted (or m a n y y e a r s by th e Into Dr. Charles E. West, the school h a s m a i n t a i n e d th r o u g h o u t Its his­ tory th e h i g h s t a n d a r d which Is still Its c h a r a c t e r i s t i c . Its asso c i a t e principals are Miss C l a r a R. Colton (Mount Holyoke Col­ lege), Miss K a t h a r i n e S. W o o d w a r d (Smith College), and M i s s C o r n e l i a H. Fu l t o n (P a c k ­ er Collegiate In s t i t u t e ) , who are assisted by a large staff of instru c t o r s , thoroughly pre­ pared by collegiate or especial tra i n i n g for th e w o r k of t h e i r departm e n t s . The school, Coatinuftd HO. .vl I I i I 4 I

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