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HIGHLAND PINES

SANITARIUM FOR

LUNG TROUBLES

Elevation, 1,500 feet above sea; balsamic air of the pines; magnificent views; broad piazzas: electric bells and modern improvements; spring and summer best for treatment: Edson Aseptolin and other modern treatments for Lung and Throat diseases. Address

HIGHLAND PINES, Corning, N.

New York

FERNWOOD At head of Lake George, N. Y. lence at moderate rates; an ideal place for parties wishing

A resort of exceptional excel

to economize in their expenditures. Illustrated books free.

Adirondacks INDIAN POINT HOUSE

CHATEAUGAY LAKE Daily mail: cuisine perfect: $8 to $10 per week. For illustrated circular address R. M. SHUTTS, Merrill, N.Y.

BEAR AND FOX INN AND COTTAGES

Onteora-in-the-Catskills

CHATEAUGAY CHASM HOUSE TOWN & COUNTRY RENTAL Co., 115 East 23d St., N. Y.

CHATEAUGAY, N. Y.-Rates, $8 to $15. Open June 1. For pamphlet address GEO. H. CRAPON.

GLEASON SANITARIUM

ELMIRA, N. Y.

1852 (Formerly Elmira Water Cure) 1896

REST AND RECREATION GUESTS RECEIVED WITH OR WITHOUT MEDICAL ATTENTION

Pure Spring Water: Good Table; Fine Views; Pure Air. All forms of Baths, Electricity, and Massage. All modern improvements. Under the care of medical graduates of long experience. Send for illustrated Booklet.

The Highland House

GARRISON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. Directly opposite West Point, 50 miles, 14 hours from New York City.. A select family hotel. Pure mountain air; purest spring water; sanitary arrangements modern and perfect. Excellent table a specialty. Tennis, croquet, bowling, beautiful drives, fine wheeling. Open in May. Write for booklet. J. W. & G. W. GARRISON.

GLEN LAKE HOUSE

FAMILY HOTEL. TERMS REASONABLE
Dry mountain air; beautiful scenery; fishing; boating;
all amusements.
E. BIRDSALL, Mgr.
S. T. BIRDSALL, Prop.
Glen Lake, Warren Co., N. Y.

Wickham Park,

"INTERPINES" Goshen, N. Y.

A BEAUTIFUL, QUIET, RESTFUL "HOME." Particularly adapted to Chronic and Nervous Invalids of refinement who require all the appointments of an clegant modern home, together with the constant attention of skilled physicians and trained nurses. Address FREDERICK W.SEWARD,M.D., Resident Physician.

Catskill Mountains

Hotel St. Charles

OPENS JUNE 1st

Delightful month in the mountains. Hotel complete with every modern convenience, including passenger elevator. For booklets, rates, etc., apply to F. H. SCOFIELD, Metropolitan Building, Madison Square, New York; or to J. H. BURTIS, JR., Propr., Hunter, N. Y.

Pennsylvania

Mountain House Delaware Water Gap, Pa. Twenty-sixth season. A comfortable, attractively located, popular house at this well-known resort. Send for circular. Mrs. THEO. HAUSER & SON.

WALTER'S SANITARIUM

Walter's Park or Wernersville, Pa. Addressing us, always use the name WALTER. The value of anything is proved by its imitaSend There is only one WALTER. for illustrated catalogue.

THE ULSTER Pine Hill tions.

Ulster Co. N. Y.

CATSKILL MOUNTAINS

Open June 17 to Oct. 1, 12th Season
Send for Circular.
H. F. BAKER, Prop.

Rhode Island

WATCH HILL, R. I.

W.C.T.U. OCEAN HOUSE Plimpton Hotel and Annexes

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Point o' Woods, L. I., N. YA restful summer home on the Great South Beach, between the Bay and the Ocean. 40 miles from N. Y. Fine fishing, boating, surf and still-water bathing. Terms moderate. Open July 1st.

FERNWOOD HALL

LAKE OZONIA

One of the most healthful and beautiful Homes in the Adirondacks. Send for Booklet. FREDERIC M. HEATH, Owner, Potsdam, N. Y

Open Saturday, June 20th Under entirely new management. A comfortable seaside home at very reasonable rates. For circulars and other information address ALFRED S. AMER.

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Mizzen Top Hotel ARCADIA RETREAT

Quaker Hill, Dutchess Co., N. Y. Two hours from New York, by Harlem R.R. A firstclass family hotel. Now open. 1,200 feet elevation. N. S. HOWE, Proprietor Post-Office and R. R. Station, Pawling, N. Y.

The Adirondack Inn SCHROON LAKE,

N. Y. "THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN." NO BAR. PROP'S, A. E. & A. R. ROGERS.

Dr. Strong's Sanitarium

Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

For health or pleasure. The appointments of a firstclass Hotel. Elevator, electric bells, sun-parlor, and promenade on the roof. Suites of rooms with baths. Massage, Electricity, all baths and health appliances. New Turkish, Russian, and Natural Sulphur-Water baths. Dry tonic air, Saratoga water, croquet,, lawn-tennis, etc. Open all the year. Send for illustrated circular.

IN THE GREEN MTS.

An ideal place for rest and recreation. Beautiful scenery; pure air: pure water; fishing and boating. Information at The Outlook office or address J.R. Parker, West Burke, Vt..

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The Ontio, Unadilla, N. Y. Sponsibility. No objection to traveling. Highest refer

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Adirondack House PLEASAN.00 per week: K.K. depot, Liberty. N. V.

KEENE VALLEY, N. Y.

S. KELLEY, Prop'r. Illustrated Booklet on application.

Co., free transportation; reference, R. J. Kent, D.D., 605 Hancock St., Brooklyn, N. Y. S. KERR, Prop.

Oregon

FLUME COTTAGE, Keene Valley, N. Y. Heart PORTLAND, OR THE PORTLAND. One

of Ad'k Mts,; site superior to all others; magnificent views: very healthful; walks and drives; abundant shade delicious water; excellent table; illus. circ.; $8 and $9.

of the most complete and elegant hotels in this country; American plan; $3.00 per day and upward. W. H. BARMORE, Manager.

A LADY TEACHER, of experience in several of the best private schools in New York, viz., The Charlier Institute, Columbia Institute," is open for an engagement. Address TEACHER," care Rev. A. D. Vail, D.D., 104 East 86th Street, New York.

EDUCATED AND REFINED SOUTHERN WIDOW, aged thirty-eight years, desires position as housekeeper or companion. Thoroughly adapted to social or domestic duties. Can take full charge. Address BALTIMORE, care The Outlook.

A RETIRED PASTOR will take into his home one boy, giving especial attention to the formation of character, and assistance in studies if necessary. Location near the State Model School. Address 57 Model Ave., Trenton, N. J.

COMPANION OR HOUSEKEEPER.-Wanted, by a young lady of three years' experience, a position. Has taken charge of house and children during parents' absence. References exchanged. Address No. 1,638, care The Outlook.

THE PRINCIPALS of a day school twelve miles from New York would like to receive into their home three young ladies. Pleasant family life; opportunities to enjoy art and music in the city. F. T., No. 1,561, care The Outlook.

A LADY with furnished house wishes to rent to a small family with whom she could board. Cool and shady; location pleasant; terms very reasonable. Address Mrs. S. Y. LUM, Rutherford, New Jersey.

A LADY desires a situation as a companion or governess for young children. References given and required. Address Miss RANDOLPH, Colleen P. O., Nelson Co., Virginia.

WANTED TO RENT IN MONTCLAIR, N. J., house of 8 or 9 rooms. House must have modern improvements. Address No. 1,618, care The Outlook. PUPIL NURSES wanted in suburban hospital. Tuition free and services paid for while learning. Address HOSPITAL, No. 1,626, Outlook Office.

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LAKEVILLE, CONN.

Prepares for the best colleges and scientific schools
EDWARD G. COY, Head Master.

The Misses Graham (Successors to the) The next year will begin Sept. 16, 1896.

BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL for Girls (established 1816).
New location. 176 West 72d Street, Sherman Square,
NEW YORK

CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.-Certifi

cate accepted by Smith, Vassar, and Wellesley.

THE TACONIC SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
LAKEVILLE, CONN.
Opens Sept. 30. Admission to college by certificates.

SCHOOL

EDITH H. GREGORY, ELIZABETH P. GETTY, Principals. Mrs. and Miss Cady'S FOR GIRLS

Resident pupils. 2034 Fifth Avenue, New York City

MRS. LESLIE MORGAN'S

Boarding and Day School for Girls, 15 West 86th Street, NEW YORK CITY. Thorough English from Kindergarten through College Preparatory. Miss Catherine Aiken's Method of Concentrated Attention in Mind Training a special feature; also conversational French and German. Home and Chaperonage for special students.

Miss Peebles and Miss Thompson's

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Boarding and Day School for Girls M SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Daily drill in Miss

30, 32, and 34 East 57th St., New York

Special students admitted.

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ISS AIKEN'S BOARDING AND DAY Aiken's method. Prepares for college. For terms and circular apply to Principal Mrs. HARRIET BEECHER SCOVILLE DEVAN, Stamford, Conn.

STAMFORD, CONN.

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GERMANY, BERLIN Kleiststrasse, 26. Fräulein Lange's school for young ladies offers the best opportunities in languages, music, art, literature, and home culture. Also Normal course. Beautiful and healthful location. Students enter any time. Best American references.

Illinois

Rockford College for Women

Fall Term Opens Wed., Sept. 16, 1896 Classical and Science Courses. Excellent Preparatory School. Specially organized departments of Music and Art. Well-equipped Laboratories. Fine Gymnasium. Resident physician. Memorial Hall enables students to reduce expenses., For catalogues address PHOEBE T. SUTLIFF, A. M., Pres't, Rockford, Illinois. Lock Box 9.

Maryland

1405 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md.

MISS LOW'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS RANDOLPH-HARRISON Miss Low and Miss HEYWOOD, Principals.

A DESIRABLE SCHOOL IN NEW YORK CITY THE CHOATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS

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Boarding and Day, College Preparatory, and Finishing School. Resident native French and German Teachers. Special advantages also in Music, Art, and Gymnastics. Mrs. JANE RANDOLPH HARRISON RANDALL, Principal.

Massachusetts

Mount Doma Home School for Girls
Prepares for college. Send for circular.
Rev. E. C. WINSLOW, A.M., Amherst, Mass.

herst, Mass. Reopens September 23d, 1896. AK GROVE HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, Certificate admits to Smith and Wellesley. Miss VRYLING WILDER BUFFUM, A. B., Principal.

AMHERST, MASS.

Mrs. W. F. Stearns's Home School for Young Ladies. Reopens Sept. 22, 1896.

Auburndale, Mass. (10 miles from Boston)

claims the attention of thoughtful parents on the follow- Lasell Seminary Young Women

ing grounds:

Its charming location in the suburbs of Washington, D. C., 400 feet above the city; 20 minutes out B. & O. R.R., 20 trains a day; city and country advantages. Station on the grounds.

Its proximity to Washington, whose wonderful educational facilities are offered by no other city. Libraries, Museums, Departments of Government, Congress, Foreign Legations, official and social life at the National Capital, are all interesting and profitable study.

Its equable climate, free from the rigors of the Northern

ONTARIO LADIES' COLLEGE winter, inviting outdoor life. Tennis, basket-ball, bowl

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Its complete equipment. Handsome $75,000 building, 330 feet front, 400 feet verandas, Libraries, Laboratory, Fine Gymnasium, extensive and picturesque grounds. Courses of study planned especially for the development of womanly women; also College preparation. 25 teachers, 70 resident pupils. Graduate courses in Music, Art, and Elocution.

A bright, cheery, happy, artistic, and loving home. Health a matter of first consideration. Personal care in sickness and in health. Abundant table. Every home comfort. No Nerve-Straining Examinations; promo

The Curtis School for Young Boys tons depend on daily grades. Training in Character

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Building given by a mother who has made it a study. See catalogue, page 35. Limited number enables us to select our students carefully and to supervise habits, manners, associations, etc.

Provision made for pleasure and happiness as well as study. See our calendar of Pleasant Home Happenings. Expense, $350 to $400. Early application necessary-22 States represented last session. Write for catalogue giving views of the school and opinions of enthusiastic patrons. Address J. A. I. CASSEDY, Pres., P. O. Box 211, Forest Glen, Md.

Chevy Chase French and English Boarding

and Day School for Young Ladies.-Half an hour from Washington, D. C., by electric cars. French the Language of the house. Reopens October 1, 1896. Address Mlle. Léa Bouligny, P. O. Station E, Washington, D. C.

WASHINGTON COLLEGE

FOR YOUNG LADIES Bountiful Thorough courses. Experienced faculty. HOMESTEAD table. Charming location in park of ten acres. New buildings, elegantly furnished. F. MENEFEE, President, Washington, D. C.

SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, Greenwich, Ct. A Family School for 12 Girls.

Academy and Home for 10 Boys Washington, D. C. (Cor. M and Eleventh Sts., N.W.)

GREENWICH, CONN.

71st year of Academy, 17th of Home. Preparation for College or Business. Absolutely healthful location and genuine home, with refined surroundings. Gymnasium. References required. J. H. ROOT, Principal.

suggests to parents seeking a good school consideration of the following points in its methods: 1st. Its special care of health.

Resident Nurse supervising work, diet, and exercise; abundant food in good variety, and well cooked; early and long sleep, a fine gymnasium, furnished by Dr. Sargent of Harvard; bowling-alley and swimming-bath; no regular or foreknown examinations, etc.

2d. Its broadly planned course of study.

Boston proximity both necessitates and helps to furnish the best of teachers, including many specialists; with one hundred and twenty pupils, a faculty of thirty. Four years' course; in some things equal to college work; in others, planned rather for home and womanly life. Two studies required and two to be chosen from a list of eight or ten electives. One preparatory year. Special students admitted if eighteen years or over, or graduates of high schools.

3d. Its homelike air and character.

Training in self-government; limited number (many declined every fall for lack of room), personal oversight in habits, manners, care of person, room, etc.; comforts not stinted.

4th. Its handiwork and other unusual departments. Pioneer school in scientific teaching of MilCooking linery, Dress-Cutting, Business Law for Women, Home Sanitation, Swimming.

Regular expense for school year, $500. For illustrated catalogue address (mentioning The Outlook), C. G. BRAGDON, Principal.

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Mount Vernon Seminary Courses. In all classes, Special Students are re

English, French, and German Boarding and Day School for Young Girls. Opens September thirtieth.

Mrs. ELIZABETH J. SOMERS, Principal.

ceived. Particular attention to preparation for Mass. Institute of Technology. Send for 1896 Catalogues. Taylor, DeMeritte, and Hagar.

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The Phillips Exeter Academy Wells College

The 114th year begins September 16th, 1896. Eighty
Scholarships awarded to students of high standing. For
Catalogue and illustrated Supplement address
HARLAN P. AMEN, Principal, Exeter, N. H.

for the higher education of young women. The catalogue gives full information about entrance requirements, courses of study, scholarships, expenses, etc.. and will be mailed upon application to WILLIAM E. WATERS, Ph.D., President, Aurora, N. Y.

Conservatory of Music, COLBY ACADEMY, New London, N. H. CAYUGA LAKE MILITARY ACADEMY

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WESLEYAN

ACADEMY WILBRAHAM, MASS.-Both Sexes. Nine Courses. Specialists in Classics, Arts, and Music. Enlarged endowment insures superior advantages at moderate expense. 80th year. Opens Sept. 16, 1896. For Catalogue address Rev. WM. R. NEWHALL, Prin.

QUINCY MANSION

The Quincy Mansion School for Girls Will open at Quincy, Sept. 23. Regular Courses; experienced teachers; special attention paid to vocal and instrumental music; certificate admits to college; new school building; class-rooms on first floor; stairs few and easy; beautiful grounds-four acres; view of Boston, the harbor, and Massachusetts Bay; rooms high and light; fireplaces; steam heat: electric lights;. open plumbing; 13 min. ride from Boston. Send for prospectus to Dr. HORACE MANN WILLARD, Wollaston, Mass.

Englewood, N. J. (14 miles from New York)

Dwight School for Girls th

year.

New, pleasant home; finest educational advantages. College preparation. Miss CREIGHTON. Miss FARRAR.

FREEHOLD, NEW JERSEY

Aurora, N. Y.-A live military school; strict discipline, thorough work. Beautiful and healthful location. $400.00 per year. Col. VASA E. STOLBRAND, Superintendent.

The Lady Jane Grey School

Binghamton, N. Y.-Home School for Girls. AdMrs. JANE GREY HYDE.

dress

NEW YORK, Brooklyn, Marcy Avenue, 815.

Nassau Hall. Dr. and Mrs. CHARLES H. J. DOUGLAS receive three boys into their family, September 15. Delightful home. Expert supervision of studies and recreation. Former pupils now in Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Princeton, Cornell, and other colleges. Advantages of city and country. $500.

284 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y.

BUFFALO SEMINARY

The forty-sixth year. For circulars address

Mrs. C. F. HARTT, Principal.

THE HUDSON RIVER INSTITUTE A Classical Seminary of high grade for boys and girls. Beautiful and healthful location in the Hudson River Valley. A record of forty-two years of uninterrupted successful educational work. Conservatory of Music, Art, and Elocution. 43d year begins Sept. 16. For catalogues address Rev. A. H. FLACK, A.M., Principal, Claverack, N. Y.

HOUGHTON SEMINARY For Young Women, affords best facilities for scholarship. culture, and sound moral training amid pleasant, healthful surroundings. College preparatory.

A. G. BENEDICT, A.M., Clinton, N. Y.

CANANDAIGUA, N. Y.

Granger Place School for Girls

A Collegiate Course of Study. Diplomas given. Preparatory course admits to leading colleges by certificate. Special attention given to the culture of girls who are not expecting to enter college, but desire a thorough and practical education.

New York Military Academy

CORNWALL-ON-HUDSON

For boarding cadets only. Distinctively military in organization and discipline. Located on the Hudson River four miles from West Point, in a region famous for its beauty and healthfulness. For catalogue address

S. C. JONES, C.E., Superintendent.

Young Ladies' Seminary Fort Edward Collegiate Institute

Preparation for College. Seminary Course. Post-Graduate Studies. Art, Music, Oratory. For catalogue apply to the Misses SEWALL, Principals.

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For young women and girls. A choice of six courses or special studies. 39th year Sept. 22d, 18. $350. Illustrated catalogue. JOS. E. KING, Pres., Fort Edward, N. Y.

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WORCESTER ACADEMY Miss Townsend's School for Girls ST. JOHN'S SCHOOL

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Principal, Mrs. Sarah Woodman Paul, late of Wellesley The Peekskill Military Academy

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50 BROMFIELD ST., BOSTON, MASS. Teachers furnished for all grades of public and private schools. Specialists in any desired branches. Tutors and Governesses.

New York

The Clinton Classical School for Boys
Open all the year. Fall term begins Sept. 17th.
CHARLES W. CLINTON, Ph.D., Principal,
Peekskill-on-Hudson, N. Y.

Freed by a Barrel of Oysters

Says the New York "Tribune:"

One of the best-known banking houses of St. Petersburg, and the one to which most American visitors to Russia carry letters of LYNDON HALL SCHOOL credit, is that of Messrs. Shalounine & Sons,

For Young Ladies. 48th year, College preparation.
SAMUEL WELLS BUCK. A.M., Poughkeepsie, N. Y

TEMPLE GROVE SEMINARY

the founder of which, father of the present head of the firm, owed his liberation from serfdom, fifteen years before the decree of emancipation, to a barrel of oysters. Old Shalounine was a serf belonging to Count Sheremetieff, one of the wealthiest nobles in Russia. He had frequently entreated the Count to grant him his freedom, offering him as much as $500,000 for the boon. But money was no object to the Count, and it gratified his pride Mount Pleasant Military Academy Empire was one of his serfs, unable to marry to feel that one of the leading bankers of the

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.
For Young Women
Forty-second year begins Sept. 23d.
CHARLES F. DOWD, Ph.D., Pres.
Send for year-book giving details of courses to

FRANKLIN B. Dowd, Asst. Prin.

A high-grade school for boys. Fits for college and for business. Eighty-second year. Library of 12,000 volumes. Reference: Hon. JOSEPH H. CHOATE: HAMILTON W. MABIE, L.H.D. CHARLES F. BRUSIE, A. M., ARTHUR T. EMORY, A.B., Principals. Sing Sing-on-Hudson.

tains. Boys' ideal

BERKELEY ACADEMY Ramapo Mounhome school. Superior location and training. College or business Write. Rev. J. CAMERON, M.A., Suffern, NY.

HOME INSTITUTE A Boarding and Day

School for Girls. College preparation, Music, Languages, and Art. Miss M. W. METCALF, Principal, Tarrytown-on-Hudson.

TROY, N. Y.

EMMA WILLARD

SCHOOL

Preparation for all colleges open to women: four years academic course; graduate courses; departments of music and art. 83d year opens Sept. 23, 1896.

MARY ALICE KNOX, Principal.

Ohio

1020 Prospect Street, Cleveland, Ohio
Miss Mittleberger's School for Girls
Prepares for all Colleges open to women.
Fall term begins September 23.

FRANKLIN COLLEGE NEW ATHENS, O. 72d year. Board, tuition, fur. room and books, $2.80 to $3 a wk.; total cost, $140 a yr. courses; no saloons. Thoro, safe. Catalog free, with plan to earn funds. W. A. WILLIAMS, D.D., Prest.

opens

Oberlin Theological Seminary 62d year
Sept. 23d, with special advantages in the College and the
Conservatory of Music. E. I. BOSWORTH, Sec.

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either his sons or his daughters without his
master's consent. Moreover, as serf, the
banker was liable to have his money seized and
confiscated at any moment by the Count, since
everything that belonged to a serf, including
his wife, children, and property, belonged ipso
facto to his master.

One day Shalounine, who had just that very
morning returned to the capital from Odessa,
called at the Sheremetieff Palace for the pur-
pose of reporting his arrival, as in duty bound,
to his owner. He had brought with him a
barrel of delicious Crimean oysters for presen-
tation to the Count, but left them in his carriage
at the palace door until he should have ob-
tained his master's intimation that his gift was
acceptable.

On entering the presence of the Count the banker found him surrounded by a party of guests and engaged in berating his chief butler for neglecting to provide oysters for the breakfast to which they were about to sit down. The butler was explaining to the Count that there were no oysters to be got in the capital at that moment for love or money. Catching sight of the serf-banker, the Count exclaimed:

"Oh, it is thou again: thou art come to pester me once more for thy liberation! Thou knowest that it is useless. I should not know what to do with thy money. But, stay, I will tell thee something: Get me some oysters for my breakfast and thou shalt have thy freedom!"

Shalounine bowed low, left the room, fetched the small barrel of oysters which he had left in his carriage at the door, and laid it at the feet of his master.

As soon as the barrel had been opened the Count called for a pen and paper, wrote out a declaration emancipating both the banker and his family from serfdom, and then, bowing courteously to the man who but a moment before had been his slave, exclaimed: "And now, my dear Mr. Shalounine, will you give us the pleasure of your company at breakGIRLS fast?"

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Ladies and Little Girls PREPARATORY FRIENDS SCHOOL FOR BOTH SEXES

4110 and 4112 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa.

PHILADELPHIA SEMINARY
1325 N. Broad St., Phila. College
Languages, Art, Music, etc. 26th year preparatory.
circular
address
REBECCA E. JUDKINS, Principal.

Founded in 1784. Excellent home. Students from 18
States. All denominations. Thorough work in English,
Science, Classics, Music, and Art. Address
AUGUSTINE JONES, LL.B.

Virginia

MILITARY ACADEMY, VIRGINIA.

WALNUT LANE SCHOOL BETH, $100,000. Located 56 miles from Washing

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For the Church, the Social Meeting, and the Home

The Plymouth

Hymnal

Edited by LYMAN ABBOTT

With the Co-operation of HERBERT VAUGHAN ABBOTT and CHARLES H. MORSE

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Full information concerning the book and the prices for its introduction, together with a free (RETURNABLE) copy, will be sent to any pastor or choirmaster for examination with a view to introduction.

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