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POMONA COLLEGE, Claremont, Cal.-Full
courses leading to degrees of B.A. B.L., B.S. Degrees recognized by University of California and other similar graduate schools. Thirty-five miles school preparing for all institutions connected with the College. Address C. G. BALDWIN, President.
SCHERMERHORN'S TEACHERS' AGENCY from Los Angeles. An Academic course. Preparatory
Miss S. D. Doremus
BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for GIRLS Academy and Home for 10 Boys
REOPENS OCTOBER 1ST.
735 Madison Avenue, New York.
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.
HARTFORD 63d Year Opens Oct. 7, 1896.
On September 21st the old bell will ring in our 58th year.
Home life and the individual are the keynotes at this school. Each boy is taught how to study-how to think and reason for himself, and is trained in observation and research.
Preparation for any Technical School or University, and a liberal, practical training to those not intending to enter college.
New building, modern conveniences. Large, beautiful grounds
adapted for athletics and out-door sports of all seasons. Illustrated catalogue on applicaPersonal inspection preferred. (One hour from New York.) WM. J. BETTS, M.A. (Yale), Principal.
MISS LOW'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Miss Low and Miss HEYWOOD, Principals.
THE CHOATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS MARK PITMAN, A.M., Principal Wallingford, Conn.
Hon. Wm. G. Choate, New York.
Unexcelled Advantages SEMINARY Washington, D. C. (Cor. M and Eleventh Sts., N.W.)
for College Graduates.
714 Asylum Ave., Hartford, Conn. ber. English and college preparatory courses. JULIA B. BURBANK
Home School for Young Girls Limited num
Woodside Seminary Terms, $500 to $700. City ad
vantages for culture and study. Experienced teachers. Miss SARA J. SMITH, Principal, Hartford, Conn.
Prepares for the best colleges and scientific schools. The next year will begin Sept. 16, 186. EDWARD G. COY, Head Master.
N.Y.U.Evening (Formerly Metropolis The Taconic School for Girls
Law School.) Opens Oct. 1. 1896. LL.B. after three years' evening course.
TUITION, $100. NO INCIDENTAL FEE. Address for catalogue, REGISTRAR, University, Washington Square, East, or
Vice Dean CLARENCE D. ASHLEY, 207 Broadway, N. Y. City.
Opens Sept. 30. Admission to college by certificate. Miss ELIZA HARDY LORD, Principal.
Mount Vernon Seminary
English, French, and German Boarding and Day School for Young Girls. Opens September thirtieth. Mrs. ELIZABETH J. SOMERS, Principal.
AFRENCH LADY, Professor at the Lycée Racine, Paris, would receive in her family young ladies wishing private instruction, or the opportunity of studying at the Lycée. Address Mlle. GOUNIAULT. 24 Rue de la Chaise, Paris.
BERLIN, GERMANY American Home School for Girls Mrs. MARY B. WILLARD, Principal, will spend the month of August in the United States, and will return to Germany with pupils in September. Address 2019 O Street, Washington, D. C.
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.
Rose Polytechnic Institute Terre Haute, Ind. A School of Engineering. Mechanical, Electrical, Civil Engineering, Chemical courses. Well endowed. Extensive Shops and Foundry. Modernly equipped Laboratories in all departments. Expenses low. Address C. L. MEES, President.
1405 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md. RANDOLPH-HARRISON 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.
ST. GEORGE'S HALL, St. George's, Md.-In the highlands, 15 miles from Baltimore. 21st year. A limited home school for boys. Individual instruction. Primary, academic, business courses. Extensive athletic grounds, new buildings, modern conveniences. J. C. KINEAR.A.M.
NORWALK, CONN.-25th year.
Prepares for college. Send for circular. Rev. E. C. WINSLOW. A. M., Amherst, Mass.
OLD LYME, BOXWood School for Girls
in Art and Music. Separate department for girls under twelve. Mrs. RICHARD SILL GRISWOLD.
ISS AIKEN'S BOARDING AND DAY
Misses Whitfield and Bliss Boarding M SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Daily drill in Miss
School for Girls, 41 West 124th Street, Mount Morris Park, New York City. Reopens October 1st.
Aiken's method. Prepares for college. For terms and circular apply to Principal Mrs. HARRIET BEECHER SCOVILLE DEVAN, Stamford, Conn.
ABBOT ACADEMY for Young Ladies
Founded 1803. For the higher education of young women. Classical and scientific course of study, also Preparatory and optional. Year begins Sept. 16, 1896. Apply to Ida C. Allen, Prin., Bradford, Mass.
Eastern Teachers' Agency
Miss E. F. FOSTER, Manager 50 Bromfield St., Boston, Mass.
TELEPHONE, BOSTON, 775-2 Teachers furnished for all grades of public and private schools, Specialists in any desired branches, Tutors and Governesses.
COLBY ACADEMY, New London, N. H.
$200 to $250 a Year. Co-educational. 44th Year. Send for Catalogue. Rev. GEO. W. GILE, PRESIDENT
Whether she means to be a "bread-winner" or a "home-maker," your daughter should attend
The Bordentown (N. J.)
under its new management. Refitted, refurnished, and supplied with every modern comfort and help. The President and Head Master, with their wives, provide an ideal school and a real home.
Send for a Catalogue and investigate our claims. Come to Bordentown, N. J., and see us. We want your daughter for our profit, your satisfaction, and her good. REV. J. W. BLAISDELL, President.
Boston University Law School FREDERICK T. SHULTZ, A.M., Head Master.
ATTRACTIVe life caLLING An unequaled opportunity for some of our best men and women in the new profession"-lay Sunday-school
and Missionary work. The School for Christian Workers, Lakewood Heights School
Springfield, Mass., should enter 100 leaders Sept. 9th in order to begin to fill the demand. New: Ladies' Home. recognized practical missionary instructor, decision by trustees to place Institution on highest educational basis and secure as president a leader among college and seminary presidents. Arouse your friends and send for catalog.
"Among the Pines." THOROUGH AND ATTRACTIVE. Prepares for College, Scientific Schools, or Business. $600. JAMES W. MOREY, A.M., Principal. LAKEWOOD, N. J.
SUMMIT, N. J. Near New York
The Kent Place School for Girls
AUBURN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
Next term begins Wednesday, September 16, 1896. Opening address by Professor Willis J. Beecher, D.D. For information write to HENRY M. BOOTH, President, Auburn, N.Y.
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.
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS SEMINARY, 138-140 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Boarding and Day School for Girls. 46th year opens September 24th. College preparation. Terms, $700. For circulars address the Seminary. CLARA R. COLTON, ISABEL D. HUBBARD, Principals. KATHARINE S. WOODWARD,
CAYUGA LAKE MILITARY ACADEMY 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,
284 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y.
The forty-sixth year. For circulars address
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.
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.
Under a tutor a boy receives careful DREW LADIES' SEMINARY
instruction, but lacks the stimulus of rivalry. In a large class he has the rivalry, but cannot have particular attention. We combine the merits and avoid the defects of both systems by having small classes. Failure to properly pre
The Phillips Exeter Academy pare lessons is always revealed in our
CARMEL, N. Y.
31st year begins Sept. 24th. New gymnasium and music hall. "An excellent educational institution.", Chauncey M. Depew. "A delightful home school." Margaret Bottome. Illustrated catalogue.
JAMES M. YEAGER, D.D., Pres.
NEW YORK, Clinton.
offers to young women care, comfort, and culture. College Preparatory. 36th year.
(For other advertisements in this department see following page.)
New York Military Academy IRVING INSTITUTE FOR BOYS NAZARETH HALL NAZARETH
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.
Fort Edward Collegiate Institute
For young women and girls. A choice of six courses or special studies. 39th year Sept. 22d, 1896. $350. Illustrated catalogue. JOS. E. KING, Pres., Fort Edward, N. Y.
Tarrytown-on-Hudson, N. Y. 25 miles from N. Y.
TROY, N. Y.
Penna. (Moravian) Military Academy. Founded 1785. Prepares for business or college. Modern equipment; home care: healthful location. Term opens Sept. 16, 1896. $330. For circulars address Rev. C. C. LANIUS, Principal.
EMMA WILLARD SCHOOL Linden Hall Moravian Seminary
Preparation for all colleges open to women: four years'
Mt. Auburn Institute
COLGATE ACADEMY The H. Thane Miller School
HAMILTON, N. Y.
Boys' school, Prepares for College or Scientific School.
MISS BENNETT'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Miss MAY F. BENNETT, Miss ELEANOR W. ROSE.
Kindergarten Training School
with Practice School
Two years' course. Reopens Oct. 1st at 305 East 41st St., N. Y. City. Address Mrs. M. F. WALTON, Rochelle Park. New Rochelle, N. Y.
Nyack-on-the-Hudson, N. Y.
Young men and boys, $360; no extras. For College, Business, and Thorough English. Stenography and Music. A Safe Home. Veteran teachers; individual progress: firm discipline; superior physical course; athletics. The only school with free saddle-horses and boys' ponies..
Capt. J. WILSON, A. M. (ex-cavalry officer), Prin.
For Girls and Young Ladies
This noted School of Language, Literature, and
nati, is of easy access, and has a commanding view of
Culture. For catalogue and full information address
Miss EMMA LOUISE PARRY, CINCINNATI,
1020 Prospect Street, Cleveland, Ohio
Lititz, Pa. (Near Philadelphia.) Opens Sept. 16th. For
WALNUT LANE SCHOOL
THE WESTERN A College and Seminary
The Peekskill Military Academy Christan culture. Terms, $250 per year.
Peekskill, N. Y.-63d year. Send for illustrated cata-
ST. JOHN'S SCHOOL
MANLIUS, N. Y.
Next term begins September 16th, 1896.
NEW YORK, Newburgh.
The Misses Mackie's School for Girls
One and a half hours from New York.
THE WALTON-WELLESLEY SCHOOL 2101 and 2103 Spruce St., Philadelphia For Girls. Possesses finest private property in city. Boarding and day, 15th year. Academic, College Preparatory, and Musical Depts. For illus. catalogue and references address Dr. and Mrs. JAMES R. DANFORTH.
COLLEGE boarding and day school: both sexes; com
PREPARATORY AND PRIMARY
bined advantages of class work and individual instruction; earnest young people find here excellent opportunity to make up lost time. The work is thorough and practical, and the moral tone high. A spirit of earnest endeavor and of honest pride in each other's success pervades the
Place. The best evidence of the value of the school is to
Lake Erie Seminary for Young Women be found in the good opinion of its neighbors, patrons
LYNDON HALL SCHOOL than fifty pupils have entered Bryn Mawr College from
For Young Ladies. 48th year. College preparation.
TEMPLE GROVE SEMINARY
Setauket, Long Island, New York.-Fourth year will begin Sept. 23d, 1896. Terms, $225. Address Principal.
MISS FLORENCE BALDWIN, Prin. Within five years more
Bustleton, near Philadelphia, Penna.
A school of the highest class in an exceptionally health-
and pupils. Boarding pupils, $325 a year.
ARTHUR H. TOMLINSON, Principal SWARTHMORE GRAMMAR SCHOOL Swarthmore, Pa.
Home-Family School and
College Preparatory for Girls
In the attractive and healthful town of West Chester, Pa.
Williamsport Dickinson Seminary
Both sexes. Regular and Elective Courses. Degrees conferred. Fits for College. Music,, Art, Modern Languages, Specialties. Steam heat, electric light, home comforts. Write for catalogue. E. J. GRAV, D.D., President, Williamsport, Pa.
PROVIDENCE, R. I.
Founded in 1784. Excellent home. Students from 18
Mount Pleasant Military Academy French and English Boarding and Day School for
Dear Sirs-Having expressed my personal opinion as to the merits of the Plymouth Hymnal before its adoption by my church, it gives me pleasure now to inform you of the success of the Hymnal in actual use. I have heard but one opinion among the people, and that a hearty indorsement of the book in every particular. The marked improvement in the congregational singing since the arrival of the three hundred and twenty-five copies of the Plymouth Hymnal, and the hearty way the people now take part in the public praise, are, however, the best assurance to me of the success of the book.
We are just now holding a series of summer praise services for Sunday evenings, in which the singing of hymns from the new book is given the prominent place, the effort being to get at the riches of the collection both as to old and new. The congregation is led by a large chorus choir, and we sing three or four hymns in succession with fine effect. The services are very popular. Our choir is particularly emphatic in their praise of the Hymnal. As to the typography and binding, a lady expressed the general verdict when she said, "It is a means of grace to hold such a hymn-book in the hand."
CORNELIUS H. PATTON,
Pastor of Pilgrim Congregational Church.
A free (returnable) copy will be sent to any pastor or choirmaster for examination with a view to introduction
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THE DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
A companion volume to the popular "Century Book for Young Americans," issued two years ago, by the same author. In that work "The Story of the Government" was told in the form of a record of the adventures of a party of
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