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HEINE IN ENGLISH.
CHAELES G. IIELAXD'S TRANSLATIOX.
THE WORKS OF HEIXRICH HF.rNE. Translatcd
from Uie Oerman bf ("hnrloa Godfrey Lelamt. >ol.
1. Florentlne Nlghts, the Memoirs of Herr von
Brlmabelcwop.skl. Tlie Rabbl of Uaeliarnch, IM
Shakc-penre's MaMcns and Women. 1-mo, pp.
441. John W, Lovell Co.
A hearty welcome may very well be extended ta
tbe flrat volume of Chnrles Oodfrey Leland's complete
translation of tha works of Heinrlch Helne. From thc
time of Bowrlng onward, many fragmentary tratis
Jabons oi thts nuthor liave been mnde. but no one has
ventured upon the cnterprlse now undertahen bf Hr,
Leland. At the tlrvt vlew lt mny 88888 tlat much of
Helne, nvm iUessentially ephemcral clmrwt W, -.curcely
Beaerves to be BngUfihed, nnd lndeed not a little of his
crtticUm. art. dramntle and llterary, cen ninly pe*
acsae* rery HtUe permanent vnlue, regarded purely as
crltlclsm. But there are some other conaiderntion. aa
belinlf of Mr. Leland's plan of a complete translatton,
and one of them ia partlcularly welghty. lt ls that
nothing of Helne'* can be to?ken " an pled de letrre."
The tltlea of his writings bear but tbe slenderest re
tatlou to tbeir actu:il subjecta. Helne wns ernphati
cally a free laoce ln iiternture. Take for example tho
?? Reiaeb'lder." He called lt "Plctures of Travcl."
bnt he m ght Just as fatrly hnve given lt any other namo
almost, for lt deol- v.ttli Um most dlverse nnd often
wholly unrelatcd f>pit?. This too ls the fttafjaajlilab
Ing niark of his prose meUiod everywhcrc, and lt ls
Just thia lllghtlncas nnd dlvcrslty wlildi ronstltute tba
charm imd attractton of his work. W'e do not ther-e
tore read hi? critlciam for lnstnicbon. Any one who
aought that ln tlie pagea of Helne would be sorely dU
apgotnted or bewlldcred. Hut we read him for annuie
nient. and thiR lie furnlshes sometirnes when nothing
wa* further from his lntemtion. as for instance in the
lntroduction to ?Shakfjspcare'a MaMcns acd Women."
whrre be so rages agiUnst his pet antrpnthy, the EDg
bsh. as to produre a pureJy 08888881 eftect
But. aave in his polltlcal treatlses, which it must be
confesaed. aoraettmes approach nerilously near to BMbMBB,
though even tlieae are ocoasiounlly enllvened by aMBBjaa
of perverslty of a pecullarly Helnean charactcr. there
are none ol his writings ln which tha roadcr can connt
for any length of time upon the puriuit of a glvcn
eubject. UM transltlons are equally abrupt and lawless,
and he passes from topic to topic with Uie lightness
and uirinoss of a butterfly flying from flower to flower.
The fascinaUon of Heine conslsts less in the. depth of
his obaervatlon-for ln truth he was not profoiind-thnn
ln tho sparhling wlt, the oddlty and originality and
uncxpectedncss of his ideas. the malire wbaaa paagaat
expression glves it a special niordancy. and thc French
Bglitness of touch which carrles off the most audnclous
or paradoxical proposltions. ln one respcet, however,
he la not truly French, and that is in Uie savase and at
times ferodous character of lds vituperatlon. He could
say. and b muat be admltted Uiat he llkcd to say, the
most cruel and bitter tldngs of hU contempomrtes, and
lils wlt was steeped on such occasions in OHUMlrc aud.
lt the style was playful thc matter was gt-imly aerioaa,
and lt is in no way MirprlsJng that if, as has beaa
atrongly malntalned, he really did leavc full memoirs
behlnd him. his famlly should have aB&yraaael tbOM
becauae of their flerce attacks upon individual s. We
know that of the fragmentary memolr of lils cblidhood
publlshed a iew years ago, many pages were found to
havo been cut out. W'e know from the testimony of
tlie Prlncess Della Kocca and Madnme Camlllc BaMea
(lils "Mouche") Uiat ln hl? latter days he frequcntiy
roferred to some posthumous publlcation which wns M
iivenge Uim on his 0BMBBM8. And we can 88801 imaglne
what such a book must have been, eoaapaaai under
tue sUmulus of atroclous physical siiffering. and cn.
bittci-ed by the raalbwajoa of a wraebad Hfe.
Heine was certainly n good bater, tboagb as cer?
tainly not a loglcal hater. In fact, lils genius was
impaired by perl.aps Uie BBOM oxtrav:?i.Mnt <'l-op of
prejudlces ever aihllllBd by a innii of letters of dis
tinction. Nor was Uicre tho fBtntaat, BBlMBpf at con
M-tency on his part. Mr. l.dand in tba paaaeat
volume has tul.en occa?ion to polnt out tbe fre<iucntly
fciotesquo eoawajaBcttoeu Into wlilch he fell, and ln>
opparent inability to f >rmulate thc priadplea in arbioh
he profe-sscd to believo. F.ut this lacoaaMtOBey is
not mentioned as a fault in Hdne. Only a bopekoa
PbUMtlaa could so regard it. It ls rathor a <iual
lty which adds to BM piqaaary*aaal his poww of en
tcrttilnmcnt, and no enc wliu>riows his writings as
every educated man ouglit t?# tnow ihcin expects
from bba M Uus parBraMr aaote oe a -t Maab aaore
Uiau ls pixiinpted by the wluui of the monicnt. The
most amiiilng ciitirism ever written upon Heinrlch
Helne was Matthew Arnold's. lt was an honest at?
tempt to interpret a soul 60 alien to Uie erltic's
own Uiat comprehension botwecn the two was ln the
very natu.-e of Uie case lmposslble. Aniold regnrded
Helne with a scriousness wlilch sugge^ts one of his
o-*n .bngbcars, namoly, the " nonconformlst con
aeience.'' He declares Uie poet to be a '-grent
llberator of humanity"; as queer a charucterlzation
us lt he had been pralsed for his enilnent work in
civll enginecring. The truUi is that Helne ha<l
noUilng of the llberator in him. So far as he poaaeaeei
any ssrloua tendencies they were of a mlschievou-.
kind, for he was. llke Mephlstopheles, " the *pirit
tliat denles,"' and his pesslmlsm found expresslon In
a cynical, sneerlng vein which stoppod short at noth?
ing.
If Heine hns done no harm it ls preciscly berauso
of his lightness. Humor, and also frequently a
curi.ius laci of humor (as when he ls stxne-blind to
Uk? absurdlty of his own pbillpplcsi, have tabaa the
ettng out of him, whlle the poetry which was aaOBMOMJ
ln him eorara aaaa hts wiidest mrtaga with a aaiaaeitl
of picturcsquencss, and his love of nnture breaba
thr Bafb as with a fresh brcezo Into his foverisli de
prccintion and angry ralllng a.j:ainst all crcated things.
And then lt mu-t nover be f,ug..tten that Helne's
fate wns pitlful, tmglc, intolerable; that h.- endured
for cight years torments such as might have drlaoa
a 'much stronper man to suiclde; tltit his patience
undor these utn.rit.us autferinga was wonderful; that
his 1 ve for his inother was such that dnrlng all this
time he had tho truth about his condition kept frOM
her, and c.mstantly wrote her gay nnd ebeaiful lctters
to muke her bellcve that he was well and bappy.
Of a m?n capable of such hcrolsm DO hasiy or preju
dlced Judgrncnts nmst l>e formed, and the aecount to
his credit may \>o carricd much further. He was a
braa patriot. tbaafb his oeaaabry did aot use um waB.
Hc wns n Myal *rlend, and strong In famlly aBbeMaa.
All through lils long and fatal tBaeoa ho Uiought
more of others thnn of himself, lils ebtaf anxiotv he
Ing for the wolfare of his wife. Mathllde-an aniial.le
but Illiterate woman. wbOfly incapnble 0f underst.-.n I
lng or af belng a c nnpanion to him, but whom hc
loved passionalely. His was a strangely mi.xed ba
ture. and lt produeed llterary rosults which are in
grcut pnrt beyond analysis.
His poetry' BaaaaaM tho finost nowcrs of that cx
eepilonal spirlt. It ls llke his prose, never profnund.
It ls as a lyrlc poet that li? OXeeM, and his BOBfa Bia
for the most pnrt distingulshod by a peculiar gabtM
powcr of seiiing aaaaaooeat laajMaealoaa and nxing
them. No otlrr pr?t, Qataaaa or BMfBMb, has so
wonder^lly caught what may be called the MeloBy of
eenilment. or hns by a aort of itituttion thrown int i a
few afpaiMitty oaroMaa w.-.rds. rbyttnadaany put to
gether, so many floatlng Mapreaaloaa of thought and
uattire. Thei-c is a charm in his BODga the f.und.ni-m
of wlilch is inelancholy, though we or.- l.v ao BBOaaa
preparvd to BBaMMfba) to the theory af BOBM of his
blogivphcrs to the effect that this MOlMaebOly arai tba
nitermaUi of a hop le^s passion wlilch cmMtiere! his
llfe. His niece. Uie PrtBOSai Della BOOOa, Baftf denles
BM tnith "f this BBfBjallfW but it was t<*. i.miantic to
be Ilglnly atiKiid.iiied. and s?, without tlie lc;.st parftcM
8f evidence, lt eoattaaea to be employed at Uatwrala
Helne wrote ln B M lancholy stralu because he was a
poet, and thc true poet eaaawt be other than niclnnei.oly.
Heine's jicssiniisiii moreover would of it-clf exvMla bM
tondency to sadncs>, und ln his later years he sui ly
liad cnongh t > BBMP 8BM from exul^eraut gayety of
aplrit. We shall look_wlth somcwluit large axpacM
Uon for Mr. I.eland'-. retdBB of the pOBBM of Heine.
ln this cuse the tr.inslat..r manlfeatly jk^s?-s?s some
special fituess for h:s task. A thor.ugli Qaraaaa
tcboiar, tbe prcsent robuM auflicientiy laMloataa his
ablllly to desil with lleinc's i.n.-e. wl.irh, tbOBgh 80
diflrrcnt trOM Ibal 8f any (.taer Oenaao author, ta by
no mcans oa eaay ta bnMMMBa aa his fr qaeal eaapaoy*
nient af French lo-utlons mlcht leml one t., imaglne.
The fOaarp, however, demuuds qulte anot'K-i- kind of
ablllty, and herc, bxi, Mr. Leland h.is advantagCN.
The author of '-llnns lir.-ltniaun ? BMf paaalbly aot
aeem to have glven evldonce ln that aaaaaaag and eap
lUil burlexjue Of any capacity for MMB work as he MM
noa- undertaken; but the conduslou blntod at ls n a
really Justtded. For Mr. Leland has Bbawa BBM
bumor, a rare faculty ln versc-making, u qul< k Mi
aure eaf for melody, and also a gifl of pathos whlcli
ahouli bs rary aatrl eable lndeed hrc.
Helne's poetry has wrecked many rasli aaaayMM nt
ltr* coiiversion Into Engllsh, und probably Bba aoi Of
auoh cxpei-lmenu is not yet. Let us hopc tlnt Mr.
Leland BMf BS BbM to give the world n..t only BM
ttrei complete tranalaUon of Heine'a Works, i.m tba gral
rorflly aatlafactory veralon of h:s poenaa, tor thi> ?.>
look with bo Umm ooBBaaneo. an<i MeaaarbUa we own
cratuli.t^ tne pabUe upon the proMlae of U.1-. Interest.
big liieran- enterpiiae, which it. .itH.u' to tarow opea
to all raaawea tl.e w-it:i,g- of oaa of th" aaoal btiereat
lng. amusln^ nnd, ln tgiw) ot all fuuit*. mrtt la^clmt
Ing authois of the perlod?for wr hoM i>> tha fon.il.
legend that Heinrlch Heine wais born at 1 o'clock in
Uie mornlr.g of Januar)' 1. 1W?. and was t:
aa he uaed to aaj. Ibe first mau ul th* nlnoutenib
BBgMMfi
Ncru Jjnblircmona
T.IMI.F.PSY.
An aecouat of tte^ponal mode of treatm.nt.
gend aairp ^af^^^figSf. Kew-Laadea. Caa.
?fItB StljOOlB^
loetie- addre- .,i QB44B < IIASK. man.
A.
For Boys nnd Young Men?City.
-HARYARD bUIOOL.
678 5TH-AVE., COR. 47THST.
Rcopens 6eptombcr 28, 1891.
rrtparatlon for Talo. Hervard, Prlnceton, Columbla.
WILLIAM FREELAND, Prlnclpal.
Bchool open from 10 tlll 1 o'clock for tho examlnatlon
at candidatc*._
~ DWIHIII SCHOOL,
1,470?1,483 R.'oauwav l< oruer 43d-at.)
iwelfUi rea? tealaa neptembcr CS. A aelect achool ror
toya U." >ounC i,7e? wlao Taurc ? .thoroual. and Wral
?maratloa for Yal??. Hanard. tolumnia, WllllaaaB, rrUO*
Bn^Amht-Kt or any s hool of eeieoee, law or "*d.rlne.
Saaa wark combim-d witt peraoaal Inatruct on. Junlor
aaam tor beya from 10 to 14 years of a*e under the d.rcct
akaraa of tr.e prinelpela , .
lor elraolara and fuithor lnfonnatlon apply at the
.caooi afta Bapt m. jgruagB, | rrtIlC,plls
ARTHl'R ffUXIAMS. 11_ Frli.c.piia.
A
-a.- MEeaaa. ____
WILSOX * KELLOCKPS SCHOOL.
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A aehoo'l of "lliRh Orade, preparatory to any collefo,
Kientu,^chooL or b .aaaaa.^ fffi*** ? 0 T a
under c\|n!l.iiced iiiatrmtreaa.
PIPTEENTH YEAR BEtiUNS BEPT. ?_
ii ? w Fhe COLLEOIATE SCHOOL, 721 Madleoo.
A. a .? i.-ir c-ith.M.. HEVRY R ClIAFIN. D. D.,
PrtrTeinaL Boya tltud for coUcr- or bualneaa; prlmary
oc,,!Xnt; gymoaaliun. The 7Zd aehoal year opens
Bepi a__. ...-;?-???_
-r?_T., ..js FOR HOYS.-Intern.edlato and adyanc?d
A __1mstuSc: ts p.-.pire.l for eolleg/e, Uw, aelcnUOe
ichwfttudfvffiE. 'w/V. CHASE, 201 Weat jBtavat.,
"4 -EVEKETT STONF. (Yalc), 162 Wcat 48th-st.
A. A prlvato claas for toya.
r?r.-parat:oi lor eoUege._.
"a dViCB ABODT 8CU00LB aad clrculara free apa*
A aaa: btate lecality, priee dcalrod. pvp^a aaa and??.
l? V. BUTHbOON, Aii.enean school Bure.au, ;^W.J4a-at>
<4 >, . I5A11N W.I) SCIIOOI-. IIAUI.KM.
A. Therouffb prepareUc* for coUcae or buatoeae,,aya.
aa-ium; n.liittry tiaii.fig. Bafli year beabn.Sept. -8.
ti.nil for rataloirue. 17 and 118 Vs esl 1.5li-at
WILLIAM jKviNOSTON UAZ1 X. B. A.. LU ?...
<? ? ? ..MoI'NT MORRIS BCHOOL, 20 Eaa* 127th.afc
A l'MV'K CI.IIKUin LYMAX. A. B., LI* B.
HEftMAN l.KISLF.R, A. M, LL. B.
A de?l4tve i ome for tl.r e boya ln Prlncliala' fomlly.
-Tne *t Morrls Sehool I- eonndenBy momn.cnded
Op.*ns"Cs'0l>'.?-'n.'he h''';'"ht t'XCCliC''C"'yOAlI POIvTER.
ii * w-WKST I NI> B< HOOL. M...,
A iiiforrii terti beclna -? ptemlwr -S. 113 A. <i?t-ai.
?n" t!II>li:U t.ONAI.l.SOX, A. M.. PrlBBhal.
ti~i n? BF.NTLEY SCIIOOL FOR BOTB - -
' A. orSa Bcpternbei 80. 024 Madlaon-aja.. gBj****
WILLIAM JONES, A. B. (Harrarf). I'rlneipal.
OHice honrs 10 to l after Baptamber 22. -?
"A.
0-DB1SLEH SCHOOIh
!i FAST 4DTH-ST..
PBANK DRISLER. A. M-. Prlnclpal.
I.
HKELET SCIIOOL.
Jfl WFST 44TH-ST. NF.WLY T'.NTFRTNO KTi:
DENTB WILL PREJSENT THEMBELVEB OX MONDAY.
SEPT. 28. Kchool Will befln legakariy r.n Tuesday, Sept.
20 Beatarar*a aBlea koura, 6 t? l and 3 to B daii.v. Tho
Head N ater wBl be at U'i abool buildinit duriiut tbe same
hoaw oa b day after Beptemb r 23._
(
lOLLEOlATE BCHOOL POB BOT8.
Ht wi.sT 40TH-8T.
WILLIAM McDOWELL BALSET, Pn. D.
(fornici-- Breraon L Haber.)
Khort leaaons thor.e;Ciily ...:i~ii l Nc-ubcr of pnplla
BBBaed Baapeaa Wedaeaday, ?-;'? ":). 188L
Otadaata of iho Oaa of '9i, Cellegtaa Department,
aatered coiumbia. Tale. Paaeaoa, CorneU, Haaailton,
Haverford a-d taa Marraf1?***? tnatttna ol Tc<:bnology
Kalera aaaena aheaa to the laltowlni patraaai
Mr Qea A Rebblna, ??? J'^!' V. fetearna,
uev Br. Thc~. ii. Bib, Mr. Baben Maeap,
Mi. llenrr R- Barnea. Mr. Joini A. Blkar,
Mr. John Le Boute;l:er. Rev. Dr. Ersklne WhttB,
Mr WataerVaa Berdea. ?r, Bea n. liumphreya,
Mr. loaa- MeKeaaoa. ir..__Mr. Jo-cph w. llai-per.
COlaLXOlATE IXbXl'lUTE
OF
DR. J. 6ACnS.
NO. 3* WKST 69TH-ST..
REOPENS MONDAY, SEPT. 2L
THORororr treparation for collkoes and
BCIEXTIPIO SCHOOLS. CAREFt'L TRAININO FOR
BU8INEBB.
i LASS FOR BOYS, 22 Eaat 84th-at., rcopeaa October 1.
Lngllsh, RrOBCb, Lalln._1Ljmm? ?
TI1K MIfs.SES GRIXTCELL.
c
c
OLUMiilA GKAMM.VK KCHOOL,
82 and 34 East 51?t-at.
ONE HVNDKED AND TWEXTY-EIiJHTH YEAR
Bectns Mondav, Sept. Slat. Thorouph preparaUon for all
CoUepca, SclHiiitk Schools and Buslnesa.
Prhaary d> aaraaai Oynaaaraa.
Applieiiiii* .xammel ou and after
MONDAY, BEPT. 14.
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MK. ii. li. i-AMl'liF.LL. A. M.. > i nncipaia.
OLl'MIUA IX.STITt'TE. 720 to 73.1 Cth-ave. and 104
i Weat 4-d-at. Thoioicii preparatlon for all leadmB
soUeaea; rlaaatcal. aci.-nt.flc and eommerclal coiiiaea;
nrlmarv department; miuury drl.l; p.vn.na-lum ; board.-r?
rccelved. The 17th rear coiiin.eneea Scpteniber 80. >"n<x
for .a'al. e*.". Dr.FJlWlN FOWLER, B. A.. Prlnclpal;
N. A. SHAW, .fr., M. A.. VIce-PrinclpaL_
CUTLER BCHOOL.
Half year beglaa Sept. 80tb.
MR. Cl'TLEi: will bt at school-houses, 18 and 20 West
43d-st., after Sept. 20Ui._
DR. ARROWSMITII'S
. fer ( o'lfpe Preparation oi>en
BEFTEMBEB BB, 64 EAST 40TII-ST.
For particulars addreaa at
COLTMBIA COLLEOE.
K F D LYOX'.s t LA.sSlCAL SCHOOL. 0 Eaat 47th
at "-v-v a ii reopen bepterober 26. 1'uj.iK are Uiorougbly
aied fur Uie c.st toiicg^ and s.ienlllic achoola. or fur
; tiiree resid.-nt puplla will be rocolvod._
a IRELAND'S Claaa to- Boya, 10 W.-st 42d.?t.,
r.-opena October 1. Mr. lii-land will be at the
s-roonia alter S.j.t"mber 15. 9 to 1. _
I)
prepare
buaiiies
FBABTCIB B. AI.LK.N'S Cla?.s for Boya 13 We*t 42d-?t. ;
reopan" Septenibcl 30. Xumber of pujilla llmlted.
l*repa:es tor co'.l.ye._
?1 B1DENTELD 1 NSTITt'TF.,
W4 LEXIXCJTON.AVE.. N. W. COR. OF 63D-ST.
I'rlinary, li.l-rmcdlato and advaneed Kradca; EnRltah
the language of the eebaali BMden bagaagea taui?ht thor
ouehly; fllilliaa a aptclalty; 26th year will be?iii on
Tawdar. b.-pt. 22._
HAULEM COLLEOIATE iN's'l'ITUTE.
2 134 Ttlvave., btw. U'ntn and 127th ^ta.
UOXJaEOLATE AND SC1ENT1FIC IsCIlOOL FOR BOYS.
WILL OPEN BXPT. 10.
TH0ROUGH FREI'ARATlOh POB ALL C0LLEGES
AXD l'oll HLBlNEbb.
PIEPR1CH '. OlOVANOLY, Prlnelpala._
f NTERMEDIATE A\I> acaiIeMU 'sciiii'Tl for boj.s.
a. K. op< n> s pi. mber -3.
MIS.s RANSOM, 53 Wcal 12lth-?t.
1RVING sciiooi.. COLE axu BAT -'0 Weat MKh-at
rfoi h-ave.), reopena s nt, 29. Buildina
.r.td fur' achool ???; uynn.aaluni, laburatory; wood
(.arvlng._
JH. MOHbE'B SCHOOL rOK BOYS.
. 4iw Madlaou-ava
Opt-na Ottober 1. The prlnclpal will be at home after
bent. 10^_
JOHN MAt-.MCLLFN'S BCHOOL at ,V_1 \V. Kilat.at..
ha'f bloek from the cnhlo cars. reapana Mondav. Sept.
mh. Terma, Huo to 824o. Rcaroaa, 4.100. clrculara
ha'f bl'
. Terma. HO0
al FUTXAM-S. j7 W. 23d-a
KEJaVP-PROSSOR'S ^?
s HOOL FOR BOYS,
REMOVI.H H'.ilM J1S MAIil^ON'-AVE.
WILL REOPEN OCT*. I. 1801, AT
110 WFJST 79TU M
LENuX BCHOOL lOi; BOY.N. 3? 1 iM' 70TII-ST.
i roi; BOYS t'NDF.K rHlRTEKN YJ iRb OLD
HEALTHT TRAIXINO TOft 1". m. BOYS. OCT 1
MW\ LYON'S COLLEGIAT1 I1TBTITUTE, No. 5
a Xert 22d-at., ronei Bj away, opena Bept 21.
iiiirtv^i>th rear. Reeelvea a;. agea and preparai br
colleee, aeientlflc achool or bualneaa. Ihe only echeol of
. : d< jr Madlaon ftquare.
Ti.e aentlnnen v. 1..naniea lollow have had one or more
??on- r.it. a '
Henrv M. A;> und r Ror. H. M. M.ieCracUen. D. I).,
Franila V. BntTk, M. D., Oraoo D. Munii,
llenry Da Bfv. Andraa OIlTer. D. D.,
Jam.-v M.'iarr. WlHlaan a. BookefeUer,
?? v Edunrd Krana. Jamea Ti|.-.,u.
Kev. ,lo?. R. h'.rr. D. D., Raipb W'rll-.
PeaHy taltton, 0 a-cordlnc U? atmilea.
r.ooma on one rioor llsht, alry and reooval
ol .]reu;nr. le'.ier to parent*, ?jh.;; uv lurtd.r, ?ri:'>-ii ex
aminit _m
MU - I I.ASS FOR YOCXG BOYS ?lll
reop n at .'i.'.'.i Loxlngtonave., near 40'h-st., on Mon?
dav, Oetobtf 12. c'iieulara on apr.li.atlou.
MARRIER formerly vtlth MISB Ul' VERN'F.t"
- fc< hool for Bova rciM-na OVtob r V.
_ &: EAST 80TH-ST.
P\t K ARD'S.
The Fall and Wiuu-r tena al Paekard'a Bui
i ,? opened wnn anuaual ? at. Boa i> Baa beat I
t-nter. Coinc or aeiid for lllti-tr.it. d proapectua
B. .-. PACEARD l?i-( aldent,
_ 101 Ea-l L'31?t
PAP.i: IIATE BCHOOL. 52 We?1 MKk-at? A
M-hooi of ii!-'ii order, dolnfl .?!?_? prcparatarj aork;
prlnim Phllllpv A. M., f,
s
T. LOl'IS t:OLLi:iiE-(CaUiollc.) '
BM Weai .'>8th atrai t Ontral H'ark.
strictiv aelect achool for llmtted namhar nf br.ra.
T
l 1 ORIN'G for < "Li. a .'. 11. R,
GRKRNE. .?-'? LafayetU avc, B'klyn. -II.
tha bi -t i.-.i'i.of lanai :.?? ! i iiaa .-' prat. vv rifhi
0NIV ERSffV OTtAMSfAR SCM.,r,[. 1,473 r.r, ,. .1Vi
Jil--.t llaoprns iscpt -3 Rooma open oa and altsr
s pi 8 M M. IIOURY . '
WrJOBBRIDOE BCHOOL
RBVOPEKB OCTOBER 1J- r AT
BO. 648 MAB1BON-AVE
SCIF.XTIFK CLASB1CAL gEBlOR. Jl'XIOR.
J. WOODBRDGE UAV1S I'll D.. Pilnc:i?l.
LIBRARY, GY'MNAbiCM. LABORAlollY.
jnBirnnion. __,..^..?
Fc^Tloy* and Younc Men-City.
YOVKH MF.N IN P?*VJ2 hav. wc Mal auch offere lor
As stenographcra. Ncwr n?>? w ^a Jn ^
jouiik men ^'"'^P, Tlh t ,,m at lianrf. Wiy wou't
***^*mmmse^^^
For Young Lariiea?City.
a NFW PAY RC1IOOT. FOR YOl'NO LADIES wlll
A LVm on the 6th of Oaaabar, ho we?t S7th.?- Ex
,ra> ' r m tho Crcular: ??Sovertheleea. alth.a,ilBaaM.
UagWlaaiag cta-are^-r.aUeoI thc aehool wlh he Uw atudy ,
l?^nchato b.ra S?^?-7eg^
iugbi ln eaeh iMMg ^^*^ffta_T.*%5cT>al.
A
A-A.-MRS. <*A?RE1v<_i .
37 Eaal Coth-et _,_._
MOI'VIN'. CLASSE.") |(>R4?IRL9.
Number li'it.d. Individual tea.-hlng -W""0"
for taTiew. Ladi.s- eMaee; m liiatnry, LIMtetare and
ArU Aut'imn t<-nn begln* Ortnh".
"a cade.my or tiif, rr.sULi*
A E. MOP.BISAMA. BEW.TOBK CITT.
xhia aaabaw wfll raapaa on the araa *???*??j
?septcn.b.-r. Tba nea tonveal m.d acadamr a* B^aroio
1-arK ?i the Rarlein Rallioad. wlll be_ rcadv tor ovcupancy
aeaa Moraaabar. **J^j^*^mK, BapetMa ,
AGADEMJC CLASSE* FOK qlrls. _,gJT^tL%23l
A iaf(- for college exarr.lrat.ouv bnl avl J to the n ^a?
ofaA^aarnoat.tu?nUj apeelal attentlon plven to, SMgB?
-,.-?? .,_RFV."l.U. AM. MRS. ttARDNER'S SCHOOt
A. POROIRL8 807 8BVave. 31d year. Advanced
CMaaaa with CnJaaVbuTca OpeaajaeJ.
a -Mle* WARKEN, 108 WBM'J BUfr^T. rMlamtmt
A.Scnoo: ,0, owa. Primary. Aeademlc and Lo legla*.
Ke-opena Septembei 88. ^?I2l
A
i i.a-^ i..!. h\-i i i.r. >i\i\?B7~
uffo u-n t>. twelve, u.-tina Oct. 6 at
**e So west aira-ai . _
Advane<-d mPthod- in Enciish. Fr-nch and Oerman,
mai/ual traliilng. jnatfeBlng. fr--i.and dra?lng. gymna-t ea
. MObTKl 1D COLLEUIATE COCRSE. Two W-taaetoi
A to eatat^ahed prlvate cbvta, ofl |toa??Baa^a8aaa.
ta-.-a to glrl-; competeot taechera; earefal attenuor,iw
Dhvalcal cSbire: irefl^qulpped ?d laboiatorj.
WSh reaum.d Oct. 6. Apply ?? ^^'^t^th^gt^
^*9BBfemRS
Improvrd aecnminodatloa for totti rasldent and.dav pnplll
airordco. bv thc adflition of th-> new huilding. No. 10.
Sth year b*Kln? October 1. 6, 8 aud 10 BjBM 53d-afc
ii A ? -'. IIE MIRSES ORAHAW
A. (Buceeaaon to the Missea Oreen).
Soardlaa and Day Bsbeat.
SF.VF.VTV-SIX Ml VEAR. Opeha Ool ber 1. 08 BtlXTO.
Hk n MADAME DE 8ILVA. Behael ftavfHrto.
A. F -ncii (_e i.iuciuige of Ihr aehool nnd tlw famllv.
Q4_W'-at ?.8th-at. SJM fear b'gina Ortobor 1._
<<a r?-MI8S ST'SAK M. VAN' AMBINiiK.-Scl.r.ol;for
A. (ilrla. Primary, liit.-rmedlate, adv-jn<e<i depart
ment-. PreparaUon fnr Collega lUop-os Oct. 1. 100
Eaat 88th-at., l'ark-av?._?
a k n TIIE COMSTOCK BCHOOL., -??-?
A. FA.Mtr.v Avi. BAY m noor, FOR OIRT.S.
SOth year begln. Oct, ,1. u**m**^***}*ilmU
a * ?"-Miss CROCKER and MI88 BEJ K Sckeal fer
A. Olrla reopena Tburadar. Oct. 1. Claaan for bovs.
31 Weat 42d-?t., oppo'ltc Bryant Park.
"a;
n -MRS. ORAHAll roiKus.
n, Boardliic i j "'r1* W,ffi'J;
Thornugb drtlllnj [n prlnjarjM ,v--- for boy* ?0 w -t-ih-st.
'<< a n-MlSK ANNIE p.ltoWN. 718-718 l-'KM> Avenuc?
A. P.inafV aud:.*lc .<? m- "l-Kll..- prc, I
for eallese and fnr tho Columbla and Harvnrd axa-ilni-ona
for nomon._Reopena OettBef 1. _ .
ii\ a?MADEM01S-X?E HCF.L. ? > --
A. Behool foi .c la. Reopena October 7. (Number
llniifd.) 20 Eaat ftdth-at, i tfadlaon-ave. _,
H k iB-THE MISSES MOSES, 047 Madbon^ave.
A. Iloirdln- and IMv Scl)Oo1 for VOWIB' LadlM and
Chlldrcn. Prepart-a for llamaid and OWSTCSI/*
Elgtith rcar beflm BoptoJnber 88,180L _
H k ?-MlKb CHLSnOLM s 8CH0OLi FOR O^l*
A. REOPENS MOXDAT. BF.PTBBBER 28TB.
:?> EASt r.'.TH ST. _
f< * M MII-. M.nSKS WRKAKB. B !'? and Day
A- Behool r..r young ladlea and rhBdren. *?*????
Aergartea, Reopena Ortober 1. ITEBa ..sth-at _
a * lt MI8B ELI8ABETH I.. BOVIS8. 10 EMt 75tk-o?.
A. Uoardi.L- i id l>aj Behool. r^operi Oc. lat.
8iMc;al eontaea of atndw._ .
<?"? ?_MABE">iOIKK.t,liE V i l _?_-,^.
y\, -t,,,.ifi ide?leaodeoBeclata
Klndrrc:ir:en eendneted cntlrMv la French.
sixth year opens o tober 1.
178 WES1 TBD-ST._
(f ? ? tMss j ! MOORE Boardlnc ai.d Daj
A. -;,. ?.nhj v",' :,:;V- vtr -r?'h',,_
Qerniaa ConvaraaUon. Reopaoa Oet. laa, 117_w. .otn-su
A. Preparato R_r*r"DS
tho^ugh atuilo work. Ml* M M'.TIl a TIWMI'SOS, Wj
,'l.al. Reop?na r?,l 1. 281 ? __ [_* !_
i. a ?> M188 Ha'yLEB'S DAY -' II' "if,
A. FOR YOVNO I.Al.ir.S ANH CHIU)P.EM,
' " WITH KINDERr.ARTB*____
RF.OIM'.N'S OCT. 1. 174 W'KnT utrrii-sT._
,Tt_)" nn BlVElWIDE S( ii.dil.. -Mi- r.ic ly a
\. Ward P nelpal. PreparaUon for Vaaaar. Darnard
and other cii.-yef.. Academle, Intennedlata, Prnrary, hin
dergarten and BperMI Claaa for Bpya\ CaMa ijowa lot
fealdent popIU. Reopena Bept 10. 50 We.st lOJUi-st.,
( . iitr.il Faik.
'?A.'
?)-Tlir. NF.'.V-YORK OOLLEOIATE INSTITt'TE.
i_. - Pilmarr. Acadetnle, r..!l-clato I)r-partBient?. R
oDenaOct. 1. Certineate admlta to Wella, Smlth or wellealej
II.iv. ALFKED C. l'.t R, PrlneTpal. :-3H}???
ii . i,.\[|s> !.. M. NVAVFI.r.r! lldMF i.ND i'-W
A. .Ni'lliiOl..? Klnd'-rgaiU-ii. Ii-t.-rmedlaU. College
Hrcparatory aj.d Advancaal i.i ctrva I onraaa. Art and
Delaarte oymnaatlca, Reopena Oet L 87 w'eat I30th-st
HARXABD i "l.l.i'.'ii". f'.r Wn-Tr-.i. 3it MMIaon-ave.,
Kew-York. K\an inatlonv coniu^t?d br '.'olumbu
College. begln 8>i.temb?r Lt! Atdreaa REOl?TRVR _
Cl LaSSICAL SCHOoC FOR fUKtS, i 001 Midl?on"-a"ve.
/ Prlmarv ind adv.in.erl ?orK. I'r. rxra'lnn lor rnlW.
nclndlng Cnluir.bla .xamlnatlans. Dda.irte Oymniati. a R...
openi Bept 29. Mlaa Borth aad Mlaa Baanaa. Prlnclpala.
D~r7j._SACnS'8
bCHOor. for r.mr.s,
116 WEST SriTH-ST.,
WILL OPEN 6EPT. 2?, 1891.
COMPLETE 0ROANIZATI0N-, DfCLVBlaTO PR^
MARY DF.I'ARTME.VT. IHOBOUOH PREPARATloN
BOR LEADIXO woMr.V.i ( Orr.EfaBBi_
D] i .\m i.v B< HOOL FOB OIRLh. 28 East Glafrat.?
Opvna Bept HO. Prlnrlpal at hor? after Bept II.
i laaaea for youiig I ?_
II
ARLEM C0LLEOIATE IVSTITUTE,
2.184 7thave.. Itw. F.'lith and 1.7th ata.
COLLEOIATL SCMOOL FOR Yn'NO LADIES.
witn Primary i>.-|ortm?it.
WILL CPE.V EE1T. 10.
TIIORorr,ii INSTRUCTION IB ALL BEAXCHSI
AND PREPARA1 lo.N FOR ALL OOtLEdES.
uii.DRit.li i OlOVANOLY, Prlnclpala._
JAUESON BEMINARY, 2/028 PUta-ave.-Beardlng ond
Day Behool for Young Lidles and Childjcn. PaplM
liii.-d foi college. 27th reai ion.ii.fnce>. Ott. l. Ml&s
JACKBON, PrlqcinaJ : MISfe BLAKE, Aa>>l?larit l'rlni-ipal,
formei PrtnclpaJ of luglealde Scliool. Wew.Mllford. Coan.
M.\;f. MEARS'
l.V'.l.l>ll. FRENCH and OERMAJf P.OARDINtf
?Jiid DAY BCHOOL foi YOUNG LADIES aud CIIIL
DREN, 222 MADISON-AVE., b'EW.TORK, -wlll reopen
Thuraday, Oct 1st, 181*1. Freneh la the laaguaga of the
famlly and Khool. bpeclal elaaaea iu blatory, llteraturj
art and French rouveruUon. Spedal ataenttofl to aaigHah,
k'reneh and Oern-an Lrlrnari depatt . ,
Olat Y> ir MMI.. A. C. MF.Al'.S, Prlncipal._^
aiu. BROWXINO'8 prlvata elaaaea natnbe worit OcS
1*1 lst. at 81 Wdl 86w>at- Number In clar* Hn.ited, ajid
inUividual attentlon glYen to eaeh pupll; college prcpara
Uon; Engtlah branrh.-i <*|i.>cImIIv ampha?lied: eoora
DiMiual tralnlng, praeBeal aeienca, modelllng, fr.-'
hand arawlng and obyaleal eultore; levenl vaeaaeMa lor
ennlng year.
MI8S BRUYS and MADEMOISELLE BOTHE. -CUaaea
foi -ii.idi-n ln Engilah. French and Oerman. l-r-nrh
UandworE and Ura'vln'i. I.r? Ku?t 3lst-at.
MI8S BALLOW'8 BCHOOL 24 East l'2d-?t. , wlll bo
conttoned under ahe directlon ?f Mlaa maf.ia S.
MOROAN :>ni Mlai ELIZABETH F. OALLAUDET.
The tM term wii; beg . er 1.
M
IS8 PEEBLES AND MIf-S ', MOMPSON'S
BOAUDIN". AND PAY bCHOOL
FOR OIRLS,
82 and 34 Eaat {.Tth-at, New-Yorlt.
Ucoi>en? Thuraday, Oct 1._
Br]
ISS MARY HARRIOTT, NORRlo.
i LA8bE> FOI*. UIRLS.
Flnlnhing slaaaM ror young ladlea
25 Ea-.t 77tli- _
MISS WACKER'S fformerly Mra J. J. Roberta and
Mlaa Waiker'a) SCHOOL FOR OIRLS, 148 Madlaon.
a..., r< op.-ns Uct. 1, w.in irnpurtaiil inodilicatlons and
addltiona.
XO UOME BTUDY for puplja un-ler fourteen.
31
M
b ANNA FALCONI R PERRIX,
, ll-M..
Boardlnc und Day Behool for Olrla.
II peni Moi day, 0 itobtrr 8.
ISS BARKER aJ.d MISS M'ATIiiUl'S Morning
i us-.-- 0 ? 1. at 44 Weat IMt.-i-x!,.
i-o-aful and ripid i.repinilon for coUOga and for !Iar
,..d etamlnatlons. Flulahlng elaaaea for young ladie*.
LadJi -' aft( rnoon elaaaea and prlvatj |i - lona__
Mlha a D, DOIIEMUB.
:.i EAbT 218T-8T.,
Reopena her Behool for Olrla october 7. Llndtcd number
,.f Uoarding puplla. ( laaa foi b
Mis.-is.makv f. and RtfTi: meri.noton (?
;;--?- i al ?? !? i Engliah
acliool. Roa i - Oet. 1. imi Lcncgevt, .\. T- Boya' elaaaea.
MIBa .f a i liuvs FAMILY AND DAY BCUOOL POR
OIRLS. jii MadlaM-are., alll ncpen Oetobei lat
- - - chtldree Prtraraaoa for eatlega), aod far
Ibe Haxvard aud Columbla esamiial coa.
iM'
?\| iss it \->v HL'NTER'S Tralnins Claaa fo- Kln
JTl i|, . v txr 1. at 12 vvesj 127th-a
aa'SS riARONER'N SCHOOL FOR OIRLS. Primary
1?IV .ml a?i . . ? irj Drill for
lakA'.f* and Delaarte tirmnastlca. 18 I wl I3J
f\l ISS REVNOLDS' si HOOL
J'l Ofl VA EST I.Sril-ST.
Rc?pena 0 tober lat. l'rinclpai at home eiept-mber --ith?
al ISS M. D. lltiiCi'..
BOAXDUra and DAT BCHOOL FOR OIRLS.
887 Pll TH AVFM'F,
:.y at 42 l'ark-ave.
OALLAHER'S SCHOOL FOR OIRLS.
Al Ti MN 1 i RM llEttlXS (>(T. 7TII.
:,1 \\ l>l Ul 1 Y -> ' ON'Ii-ST.
M
ISS OinnOXS' s( IIOOI. Foi: OIRLB. IM W. ?t 47th.
at.?Wlll reopea Bept. 30. Threu ooardhig puplla wiU
n ii Inta Bm taaaly.
MBB. FUOEBLICU, ;e " EAST "lV.Tn-ST.-Eiiglt.ih.
Irrncii and llerman B-ardina anfl Da fs.-honl for
tflila. i. eaiy-atn year OegttM a i> ut? r 28.
rVf~R8. LEOPOLB WEIL'S SCHOOL FOR UIRLS.
I'l ',11 Madiara-ave., pre|sirea for cullegaa. __
\J ii.v BAL1SBI UY'S IX HOOL FOR OIRL
1TJ Mo. 4 . faclng Central Part
^_____ tolK-r 1._
\l 1SSI S ..lUNNi i.i. b Ii tY m HOOL l OR OIRLB, 2i
i.i lj*?t 84U nt. reopeni .'?! I .? ii |?ri
ury and I'r. Klndergarttti, i .- b . I
\1 i -n \t d ktnd^garten Sr
:?l i hlldien r- [*ni Ocul -r 1. at 16" Fa.st ><?d?t._
P\i. S( IB OL ? .".i!.' and. Day
Scl. ???? Olrla, i , , ??(.. at r W Baptaas.
atra UBYI8 and Mlaa Kt LUET, a. m.. rilnalaala
TIIF. aUBKF.s I.M ris Encuah and French aehool foi
?k o.ini Ladlea and ChUd an, io,'. \Vo?: b-d-?t., to
? opiita Weaicadai. s~i..>?u,!..
Jnsirucuon. _t
For. Yaaagj Ladtai -Clty
ST. MABY-s BCHOOL -1W*copal v,..vvnr,K
0 ANI. fl EAST "-I HS XI \V-\ ORK.
A Boanllnit and Day Scbool for GIRLS. .\'X'*'
ajaaajtaj for eoUege eaainlnatlona i?.iity-iourwi j"?f
fccjU October thc lat. ,,],',."'^sTKR IN CHAROE.
A^r%,AUue&^^BlS^' "^
onice boura. 11.30 t. 1 ontll achool bcgliia.-.
,r ., b m i - b i s i?,? i n E. ? ? ? ??* wu,-,fc
I Scbool ror feeMeo. and Day Puplla.
Long eatabllaned. _Pl'TVJ^t-S^-^~
|1HE M1BSE8 BMULLER.
C'laaaua for oirla. Reopena Sept. -a.
75 WEST lLMlTU-ST.
T
flfcSaaa^r^^
eaa 7i?L-st. and V/e-t End-eve. (annes edjoinlnp).
.?- (i?i-at- aua *???? vas NORMAN, Prlnclpal.
For Both SeTr-s-nty.
-THF. BERLITZ Bl H')OL OF LANGLAOES.
. j 123 ii araj and oi '??.... eor. IBtB-et,
, . Tem begta* now.
ALLEN SCHOOL. 310 WEST SOTH-ST.
Ho.i.c and Day Scbool for OlrU "d ?oy?.
P^opena bept. 21. 18BL Pi.-parattoi. for Lolteae.
i^OLLEGI LA1 K\ ETT1. >' HOOL OP LANOUAOES.
U-New-York, 128 Flfth-aw.; Boaton, Maae., 17 Boylaton
l-i. ALL Lav.i K4EH tauaht by "Nattve 1 - ??' h?-ra
only ciaaeea )uet formlng. Send for drculare. i-r-u.n
[Uyaand Lcctmv* r ?. IJ ?? \ ?_.
CIRCULARS aabaato, both ae\e*. <lty and eoontrr.
Mipplled. wlth car-ful vlvit. to I arenta. Mll.lAM
io\ uiV.r.V.. l.vi Sth-aie., ror SOth^al . Book Bullding. _
C~ OLLEOIATE QRAMMAR SCHOOL. _. .__.
i laaalcai and Buatneaa i euraea Prlmary Department
Propantloo for all coHegea for men and troaaa. laeopeae
^E S'lapaaBa, 242 WrErt SI.VF.NTY-FOURTH^T
IraKIENDS'8EMINARY. ,
' E. a. II. ALLEN. C. E., Prlnclpal.
Rutnerford Placa and Eaat SUtej nth-at.
]'.. oj.etis liOi Month (Sept.) lo.
Clrculara on BpjMeaMon._
a, ETROPOLITAX COLLEOB OF MCSIC,
*?'* l!i aad -1 Baa Idtb .St.. New-York Clty.
Haa no Moal f r :h- aorougbaeea of Inatruttlon and thc
abaoluta aa/ety of ita nKtlioda. Fall tcrm b-.gma Sept.
14, Ketidtnca departmeni .'oi lady pupila from a distanee.
Dudley BucK, Preaident; Albert K"-s Pareoaa, vice-Prea.
Ident: H. W. Qreena, Sec'y and Treaa. For partleulars
aend for College Annual._,
MOI LLER INSTITt'TE, 3"u W. JOth-at.
|.,v sehoot fo'r BOYS AND OIRLS. Klndergarten.
Boarulng Schooi for BOYS.
i\ \v. MOELLEH, PrtaelpaL
CtTSBJPfl scnooL or laxofaoes.
Appll.-at.'ons for entrance will be reclved at the ofllee
of th.- inatltuUon, 20 Eaat 4ith--t., New-York cltv, an and
aftti SepUmber 22. i Ireulara acnt upon requeat. siuJinN
M. STERN, Dlrcctor, author of "Stndlen und Plaudereten,
aaaoeiaa autbor nf "Etode Pregreaatra De La Langue
," i-tc, i te.
A
SEND STAMP for the -Fivtty Typcwrlter" to
SHORTHAXD AXD TY l'1-.WRITI N( i COLLEOB,
810. Brnodwajr. 0T< Y
Musieal Instruclion.
A. A.-Sf'-7IA I'.WI NKA
i ONSERVATORT OP MVSIO,
31 FIFTH-AVE., X. Y.. BOW ol'F.N.
A ii|.| ratita ? vn. 'ni rt dalli
_AI.I. HKAXCIlI.s OF MUSIC TAUOHT.
MR. .1. I'. V"X OKR Hi'ii'i. haa icturucd and re
aumed teachina vi l< n rulture and ainglug, at bla nea
i?idr.-a- 20 r.i-t. ::id-?t.'Madlaon Square)._
Mll. A. L. BCHULTZ, Orc.ini-t Sanda htrcet Memorlal
Chur-h, B ?" ed leaaona tplaao and
oican). Aildr,-., 227 Dutli. Id-at., BTOOkiyn._
rpilE NATION.VL COBBSRVATOBT
OF MI'SIC IX AMF.RICA.
INCORPORATED 1883.
12(1 and 128 Eaal i7tii-at., Bew.Yerh.'
EXTIIA XC I". IX A M I X ATIONS.
VIOLIX AN'D ALL OTHER OIU HESTRATi IXSTRf
HENTS, BF.PT. 28 KROM B PO 1.: M., A Xf> '_' TflJ ?">
r. m l-lAM) and OROAN, BEPT. 29, BAME HOITRfl
AS A!'."\ B,
CHAS. IN8LEE PARDEE, B i r bup.
?j CHOOL FOR VK'I.IX.
h REOPENKIl SEPTEMBER 15.
joaEPH a. hii.l, i-7 parfc-ava
Art Soaoola,
Arj BCHOOLS OP THE
METROPOLITAN Mi SEI'M OFART.
Centril Tiuk. reopen Oct, 1-t.
ARTHUR LY.MAX I C( K I I'.M \N, MatiOBflr.
Broaklya.
MISS ROFNDS'S St II ">L pOR OIRLB,
31 B25 CLINTON-AVE.
lteclna Peptcmber 23. Preparatory Department; full
cour-e of atuay; ecrtlflcaM adml'/i to collesjes . .Mrs. Abby
Haae Ricnardaon for apeelal elaaa ln Llteratura._
rpuii MLSSIii EI.Y'.S SCHOOL FOR OIRLS.
I4Q.14B Cattnaba Iletchta, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
WIU re-opon S-ptember 80th.
THE BROOKLYN HKIGHT8 SEMINARY.-B. ardln?r
iinl UavS'hool rorlBfla. 4l*t v.ar. B.-o|x na Sept. 21th.
Addreee for cir'a, 13a-H0 Moiitajue-st., Biooklyn, N. Y.
Babahaa
t^TEVENS SCHOOL;
IHE ACADF.MIC DEPARTMENT OF THE STEVENS
INSTITUTE OF TEOHHOLOOT,
Rlver-at., between 5th and Oih ats., Hol^ikcn, N. J.
REOl'EXS SEPT. 23, 1S91.
Examtnatloua for admlssion on tho 21?t and C2d of
Peptemtier.
Eull Course of Ktudle'a Preparatory to CollrBM, and Schoola
tt - cnce, La?, anJ Medli Ino.
The Rate of Tultion for All C'lasaea is $150 per Year, or
?S0 per T.-rm.
THESF. TERM8 INCLUDE ALL THE STUDIES.
For Cauloguta apply U) iho Llbrarlan of Stcvea? Inatltute.
Mi.sreliancniiB.
AMEF.ICAX EINDEROARTEN XOBMAL SCHOOL
for I'eachera reopena 27tb year s.pt. 21 at 5n Wcst
^-.a-st., and Eaat Orange, x. J. EM1LY M. OOE, Prin.
KRAC'S'S SEJiTNARY POR Kiiiderirarten Teaicbera.,
2oth Annual I ?'- reopena Oet. I, 203 W. Rnulevard,
??Nevada." Prol JuiiN KRAUS and felra, M. KR.U'.s
BOELTE, 1-rin. _
For Vouns: Lailies-Country.
RAQDET IXSllTL TE, Short KI1U, K. J.-French, Eng
Uah, o. rman ?? hoel for younK ladlea StudinU prepared
for coU<fa or aoolety. Nativ ? aaehera In langnag -
ji i.i mli.iiI M PENN.-BlSlloPfH0UPE.-A Board
1) |ng and Day Beaool foi Olrla Prepantery and
f.i,i Acadcndc Couraa Puplla nreparotl lor
i'wenty-tourth yeor. P. I. WAXfilf, Prlnclpal._
BiillDKNTOWN (X. Ji ( ULLEUE for youni; womeii and
KlrU, ou Penn. R. VL, Detwwo N. Y. and I'liil.
? .,. .. [tUDE O. BOWEN, U L. A.. Pjrae.
WIGH'l BCHOOL n>K dir.l.S. Eim'lcwood, Xew-.I.-r
" a*oui.
ELLEN W. FARRAR.
DWIOH l BCHOOL FOR OIRLB Ba
?ey (iifir l'aiia.id.'i of thc Huueou).
BVPHAME& CREIOHTOM. ELLE
DRLW LADIf.S' SEMLNARY, Cnrn.l. N.Y'.?20th year.
hfiit lrt.-Healtlilul. boi ellln ?h, iirojfreaalvo.
l.lna.raied rir.iular. Rer. Ol (>. CROSBY SMITH, a. M.
/ illLbEN H1LL 8EMINARY for Young Ladlea, Br|d>>
\l porl Cono.?Miaa l.Mll.Y KELSON, l'nnUpal; BUaa
ANN1ES. niBbON, Aeaoclata Prln Ipal. _
HOMF INSTITl'TE, Tarrvtown, X. Y. -A boardlna ?nd
dar acl-ool for youna adlee and litUe cirls wiii
,0-opeu S.pt. 17. Mlas fl. W. METCALF. PrlnolpaL
L
lo-opeu Sept.
VKEWOOD, NEW-JEB8EY.
THE OAKS.
The i-i !-' aebool .penj Oct. 7. Si-cth ye1r. For
ri! addr'aj tbe M1SSES F.MtitlN'o i-'N._
LlVlNOSTON PARK 8EM1NARY, Rocheeter, N. T.
ilo::e cimrcii Bchool tor a? care, n inagement.aad
rulture of yeung ladlea. 34th yeaf bea^nahent. 18 IH-..1
Wrtte loi ifiuetraad ? n ibw. tin. I , M CurBa, Prlnclpal.
? YXDON BALL-rOR Y'.INU LADIF.S
li 4"d year. College prepamtlon. i ir.-ulara by mall.
bAMJJXL WELLS BUCK. A. M.. PougHkeep.ie, B. T. .
Mtss I'.t i.Kl.c.Y s II..AKDIM. and DAT BCHOOL
fnr Olrli rn-on-Hudaon, will reopen Sept. 23.
I'rlnelpala, Mi- H/L. Bulkley, Miaa I C. I'luml^r.
M
ORRISTOWN, N. .1 ST. IIILDA'S S< HOOL
POR ?IRIj8 - . '? 2-1. Teric.s. a'JSO.
?,(.,. exti i Cli ira on apjiUi at
MIss PATTON'S BOARDINO and MAY St.'HOOL
for i. ii- and Boya ALLENDALE, x. J.
k :,- Bepteu ic r H>. _
MIss ANNA P. TfiWNSEND'S S Iiool. FOK OIRLS
t,?-. remored from Ja ilea L. L. io 64 Park I'lac^,
.Newark. X. J. Yeai ;.t. 24._
ELIZARETH DANA'8 BcboBI for Young
it Morrlatown. NewJeraey, reopeiu I
rr 1A Tenna. bard and tultion in Englifh, Latiu and
Mls.s E. r.LI/.Al'.l i II DANA'8 :- nori ror Y
Ladlea, at M< rrlatown. v. na B>|
bei 23. 'l'ern.a b ird and tultion in EuKll-h, Latiu
Oreea. enno. Clreurar* on appllmtloo
rllM-.Y BRIOHAM IN8TITUT1 FOR OIRLB,
lTjpateraoo n J ?? t.n .??-.?? admiU to eoll -? ?-. ; nrlncipal
Mlh^ J. K. BOOVER, Claaalcal Courw, Onford, England.
^YACK-ON Ii rD8'>N Itoa dli ' twentyflio
rlrla . t. ini . # i addreaa
IMOOENE HERTHOLP, Prinelpal._
R\ i. BEM1NARY, Rye S>? I
For parilculara a ldreaa
_ _ MU8. R. .1 LIFE.
aj T. AONE8 84 HOOL ilba | N Y.?Under the Irec
J3 tiou of Ulahop lx. Jlal yeer. Pull eouraea nf
froni Kind-rcirten through II >r\ irl Couraa f'.r
Won en 31 li-'.r ??'? Kor cat?.
loflua adlr-si s.T. .M.M's BCHOOL
Sl OABRIEL'S BCHOOL, PEEKSKILL. X. Y'.-A
boaudlng - r^ und r ti" i-harge of tho
? -t - I oN.opal . Twentl" tti rear aoaa.
? - Tho BUb i ln Charge._
Sl M \HV > H ILL, BCRL1 fOTON N. J.
HlH-t,.th achool re.,r beolna rientcnibei J3. 1801.
M:-s i ii \i;i.i')TTi. TlTOOMB. Prtncipaj
Ii ui rOUNO laiiIF-S' BRMtNARY. Freehold, B. J.?
a pleaaaat hpn ?? ?*1th ?" ellent ntiportunlUea for an
Klueation. Ml-? ECXICE D. SEWALL. Prlnclpal.
Tii:-. MORTvIAB ' H.MIXAUY Betblebem, Pa.. for
more th.n ? cen'nrr favoiabiy known a? a cnnaclentloua
and aueceaatul educator of young wooua, iu\t'?<a an ex
anilnatlon of lta melboda and cunlculuia
Wi IT WaLXFT BTREET BOARDINO BCH( I L for
Qlrli Boi alike, iborougl and -? ;'.r.-->*lve Addr-?a
Miaa J. TRAITTMANN, i.Mii Wau.u.-l.. Phlladelpftla. Pa
Fai Both Si'- as?Co mtry.
PENNINOTOX (N J.) B1 MIKARK ABD LADIES'
Collag*. SJnd ).-ar. o.f- r\ u. . (d'"-at..0!ial factl
Ule*. lern.? Hmh an1 hnylthluL buain
bcating, k*- ; Bre -, - i f eecej
:U0S. IIANLON. i>. D. Pre Idem ror 22 reara.
o. K l.A v l> i "li ' ?? ' I on -Both
Mil tury Imll -:.d I.inj.n. erini;
rtav. CaUlogtl tf
R
W
l -. i i i: v, HOOL LAKF. WORTIl i '
??i - IIATI UI( K I.
I x. Y.
Cl pll A Yl. vf C i d n l tultl ;. - Inary (alrlai ;
BI iill aiM alllltan Academy iboya thorougn ln
km; v rr li altliv; beal care. Addr*.? EjJacopal
t,i.iiuuU. Baddenfleld. B. J
insiiBciion.
For lloya and Vouug Men?CotiDtry.
4 LKXAJtDBB UBTITUCT, Mllltm Boardlng Behool,
A'vii it. Flaiu-. N. Y. ITin., '?? Jj-. W_lLLlW. A.M.. I'hP.
? a i,i-rs aCaDF.MV, btamford. Co.in. Vld I_ar.
15 i'rVuarraforCol/ege. Bcleatlfle School or%ualneaa;
aima to aurfeund atudeata with honic Influencea. to make
^. ihIivuIu'i not too c.aaa the BaaM of work. Brlght
?udi?u are advanced repldly. rat U.orouahf;; U.oaa ot
I. ,i>r mwiWl ri.o.rn.erit recclve ???? eitentlpn.
alua-rr HKJi?>WM? , B_TT8. M. A. (Yaie). PrlnelraL_
U OJtDEVTOWN <N. J.i KlUTART^INBTITtrx*,
15 REV. T. H. LA.VDo.V. principal.
LlECi'. T. D. LANDON. CO.MM A.N'DAWT._
BOYS' BOARDINO SCH OOL.-Tr.rogg'>-> *?*? W***
eheater, N. v. rhornuui prenaratiua for college. ael.
-.-i.tlfle achoola or bualneaa. Vorlythlrd year wn oot
Bept. 15- Warmrd bv stoaro: eyn.naai'im. *or ?I'euiara
auPiy to "? T. HarrINu'ion. a. M. Prlaclaal. <
/'oLOATF. ACADEMY, HAMILTON, N Y.
\ . Opena Bept. lu. Prooilnenl Colbma reeMtra from
lt without ezamlaatton. Thorough aork bi aMagaacea,
Math.matics und Sclencea. For f i 11 deacrlptlon, see Jniy
"toruin." Addrc>>* _. .
_Rev. JOHN OREENE, l'h. D., P'lnclpaL__
V* ISTMAN l-.l sl.NF.sS c.)l,LEttE. PoUgbkJiepale.N.Y-~
l_D|.-n all thc vear. Thorough liiatru'-tloi. in UooA>.?"i,li'g.
ILniKlng, Comnerelal i.aw. l'rnmanahlp, i orroapoiidcncv.
ANMun ftlc.fta I T-l-graphy. t>Mnogi?pii>, Type.Mltln-?,*?:.
Iiusiiie.xa men auppUetl with con.p. t.-m aaMatanta on ahon
notl. >. No -harir- fnr ottuat.ons fi.rnMi.-d. rvrid for < a. I Vi>.
~V> RKEHOLD i.ssi iiu it-.. rreenoiu, N J.; -jota raari
a t'oll-ge preperatien a apecia.ty; bualneaa, high aaBM
i j. la rtcal eouraea
II
"o.M'F, AND SCHOOL for 12 young boya-Healthful,
thorough. ?rm dlacipllne, Individual attentlon; gyni
uiar-. Fnncla II. Brewer, A. M ' \
AKEWOOb UEIOHT8 SCHOOL, l^aweod, Baw.
_ Jeraey.-AmoD* the plnea. A tfiorough and a.tractlve
noool for bora. Opcn? Oct. 1. _ __. . ,
7 v JAMBS W. MOREY. Trlnelpal.
1| RRILL BUSINESS COLLEOE, Stamforl, Cerm
IfaYtar h.gin. r.cpt.7. Cnmiiittrcliii. Mioi inajid tv|<-?'ntlnu
_ acao.'inlc dept'a. Catalogoea. Addrcaa M.A.Mernii, rros.
l\l iTt IIELL'R BdYS' Bi HOOL. BBMriea, Ma>a.-I8
l7l mll.-a from Bo?ton, on the 11. nnd L. L. B. A *trn t
I-. aell '. Famlly B< hooi lor Hovk fro-n 7 lo 18 laelaMva
Send for clrcular to M. 0. MITCHELL, ? M y ,
L
K. RKAPPfl HOMKM'MHih. |-;v-.v,'h. :-..-.,"-'
_ bora. H. B. Learued (Harvartl), Head-waatcr, Mrs.
"poSvDBR I'OINT 8C1IOOL, Dujhury. jjaaa_Jt.bajfaj
M
MtMrtMrlSTl* B. Knapp. 8. 0. |M. I. t i-;:n inai. noth
KhMU^pKpare for SclSntlfle Bcnool, Colleg.. or Buatne,,.
Aispla grounds on Plymouth Bay. Ittdlvktuaj t.achlng.
11 t/ERNON INSTTTUTE, Prlmroae Vark. Mt. Vernon.
1>1 N. Y. Reopena Sept 7; boya pr-pa.-.-d for jgjn*1*'
. For cfrculara apply to Dr. lt. M# Bauachar. Paln.
NF.U Ti.N (N. J.i I NST11 UTE.-HlaTbaat (tOO ft elev.),
h.-aim'.-I. moat foffiAke, boya- >. ho.. : ?-.-r.r w-n
and haii ateam-haated; dry miM jif. "A tfpH?
n illy." Open thc entlre >-sir. ?. uil.SON. A. M., 1 rin.
V -.i:\VAI.K MIL7TARY INSTITUTE.
1^1 NORWALK, CONN.
lSBt year. Preyaraa thoroighly for cottege, ?ci^nt!flc
aehool.* or bu.-ln .'.*?; moderate ..-hargia; clr-ul-ir scnt on
FRANK B ROBEBTS, PilaclpaL_
|) I'.fVATE TUITIon ln tim famlly of an cxpcrlenced
r laatructor -Ajdraaay______ ^^ nty N _,__
raoroiiKEi Fsii; military institi tf. Tw?ty
I nlnth vear Prcnaroa for college. .*clentl!l.- -chools
and baataeaiT PBANK HOLLAND, c. E, Prlnalpal,
I'.iilKhli ???|.-i.>. N. ^_ .
PAKK AVI Nt'i: INSTITUTE, llrldueport, Coiin.-?2x
eellent home aehool for boya, Advantag-M nrst-cia**.
faranu alwaya pi-uaed. atSO. ]i.?in? beptcrnber M. leoi.
I r circulursad-lr*-- BETH U. JOXES, A. H. Principal.
RI'TOERS COLLEOE I'l'.EPAUATORY BCnoOL. Naj.
HrunswI.K. N. J. Founded 1788. Claa?:-al, SclenUflc
?****"* ?%::. yjuwow. A. M.. lleadMaater. ,
ST. JOHN'SMIMTAR^SCnoOL.
trnder tho vl-ltatlon of tne War Departmant. MlUtarr
aabB U> B. ^J^fr VERBECK. Superlntendaaa. _
?S SINO SINO. N. Y.
Rev. J. 11. oilASON. D. D.. Rectot.
Edward B. Bc*twlcK. M. A., Warren S. Adama, M. a..
4?*o.:i*t'.> Prlnclpala.
Prepar.Ni for colleg-. acientiilc and (iovemment achooli,
or buatnoa* Ufe; mlllury ayatem. extenalve playgrounds,
CT_ir.a*liim. laboratorv and boy.* workahop.
' Bpoclal provlalon for the car- of rounucr boya.
?THE -3D YEAR WILL BEOlN BEPT. 18. 1891._
^T. OEOROE'S HALL FOR BOYS, St o.-or.re-?*. Md.
> College oi bualneaa. Prof. J. C. K1NBAR, A. M..
i-rin. Unaurpaaaed M?orourh, <afe -wid reatcnable ehajga^
?_T LUKE'8 SCHOOL. nt'STT.ETON. PA?Near PBlta.
?) d-'phla. A hlgh-'laa? a.hool. E.vccptlonallT hea.th.
ful local:on. Dellshtful i-orro.mdlngs. P.-euare? for an/
college or ho><lnena. Boya enter-d Yale. Prlnceton and
L-high. aucceaafuUy last year. Hi*clal care of yonruj-r
boya. Number llmlteo chak. H STROL r. PrlnclpaL_
aauMafER school mr. nors.
O AT THE lil'.VAVT sOUOOL. no*l;m. L. I.. N. Y.
ovcrlooklng L. L Sonnd. Seud for llluatrated caUlogue^
SWITH1X RHORTLIl>'?E ACADEMY, M d.a i'enn..
ii ir i'hlladclphia.-Collci?.- prciiaratory; LnglDh.
bualneaa eouraea, Individual instiuctlon: < holce school:
lalum, iwlmi lng baah. -t-an.. ebctric light._
WORRALL HALL Peekaklll. N. Y-a aelect aehool
f.,r 41: ooys, 7 t?. 1 t yeara old. For c?'a!o(rno ad.lre*s
' Col. 6. -I. WRIOHT. R S.. A. M.
tearhfrs.
MERII a.\ AND FOREION XEACKKR8' AOENCY
. buppae* Profe?sora. Teachcra. lutora, Oovtraaaaea,
.. to tohegea, bcOasita ai.d Famllloa. Apply to
Mr*. M. J. yot'.Nii.f t'LiuN, 23 fuluu Squaia
?TUTORS. Pn.fosaors, Teacher*. Ooverneaaea of all
A ?TCTORS, I'r.fo->.aors, Teacners, ooverneaaea oi *n
Aa bntuchea aupplled to unlveraitlea. coilegea. echools jlid
tainlilea. Clrcular- *choo;a to parent?. Modern laugua-iia
apoken. MIRIAM COYRIERE, l&0 5thav?., cor. gotli-st.
|> Ksl' TEACHEHS aupplled for all branches, ln auy
DloealltT. HO EEE for regiatratton. Forn.Jpf NUk
!? V. Hl.'YSSOGN. Anvr.can School Bnreau. 1 W. I4thju\
I^N'iiLlSll LADY, educated ln Bruaaela and Derlln,
'j *n. aitlng French and oerman; competent to teach
hjlgUah atudlejj. drawlng. languagea liioiudlng Itullan;
excellent mualeton; wi*he* paaltloa ln famlly; :r^r-sncf
Ln hlgheAt farntlle? ln this city. Addrij* MIRIAM
LOYRIERE, IM oth-avc, corner 'JOth-st., Book Concern
Huilding. _,_
ialSb K. JACoT.?LtaBftefl ClaSea for Young Olrla.
iTJ ilorough work without overatraln. LadleV Clasma
for Lecture-Study of Ulatory. Addra'a 58 Went 3.th-st._
PfUVATE TfTOR.-l'r.paration for college.?A. EVF.R
I IT siONE (Yale), 152 West 48:h-at. lU'Commend-d
W Ber. Dr. W-n. M. Taylor: "A aucce*?ful teacher,
eiuin-iitiy qualiaiad.'1_
taKIVATE TU'iOR.-oraduate of Oxlord, l-'.ngland; many
?_?? eroerlence and hlgne*t cltv reb-r-n.-ea ; preji
aratloo for college and bualneaa. R. JOIINSON. 54
kVaahlngtoo Square._
S, BSSFUL t-acher of drawlng and patntlng haa time,
for a-ioth^r acho-.l or prlvat.-. clawi; n-fcrencva. Ad
. \kt, Md Eaat 47BVaa. _ '
W6 fi?"'RS PER bI )'? M
k i.riMite Matraetton wiU llt a brlght boy for eellego who
?i* i falr knowledge of Latin aud a good start ln in\the
, . BEFORE Jt'NE, 1892. The galn to the bov In hub
,o?',.f aerloua appllcatlon la trorth in.;r- than the *av!ng m
tline If vou ?l?h t<> talk with au BxperMaeeB te.ichor
about your'boy's proapeeta, iddreaa
"PRIVATB TFTOR, 643."
Trlbune Cptown otlico. 1,288 Rro-adway.
N'TON Tl'ACnF.RS' AOENCY snppllos aehool offlcera
\j With'teach. r-: teaehera with f-ositiona.
K. M. HARRINOToV. Prop.. No. 11 Eaat 14th-at.. N. Y.
V
hmmth -LadT r.> l.-nrii Klnderganen; when gr.id
W nat.il w'll ...- taalated ln obt-iinlug i)..^ttlon. ..r >-an t-'iko
ar....,.i ? death cau.-.-l vaeaaer. lvrroiltTr. Trihun- Offlce.
Dminng 1\caocmic3.
I
I EZANDER MA( OREGOR. 108 WEST :.5TH-ST.
k ' PRIVATE AND CLAHK i.i sso.ns 111 DANCINQ.
Any time oy appobitmeat._
?iERN'ANDO'8 ACADEMY. 183 Eaat .V.th-st. j
m* now formlng. PrlvaM leaaona any hour. All tt
and taahlouable dancea taught rapld r b-tnd for elrcular.
. . ,,i w VVALL-VCE'S SCHOOL8. Mual-j II,.ll
(j ' Huilding. 57th-at. and 7tHa.c o,?.?iiig; Satur.lay.
Ocl iber X afternoon, and HARLEM, ho .ind 82 Weal 128tK
pening Friday, Oetober ., aftaraoea and avaobig.
rcular. __ ,
is AUSE'8 BANCfKO. -.CADEmV, now o|M-n, Adclphl
jS Hall 52d-at. an* Drmi.Dia*; all tlie lat.-st dancea;
>-.\rt of Danch g," baM pubii-h.-d. 50c. aapy. Baaa for
clrcular. _,
Hibing ^ci^cmicc.
1)
n-Kl-'l s RIDINfl ACADF.lfY, .. ._
?,0111-sT, WEST. BET. 0TH AND TTH AVES.
NoW OPEN
inr th^ fonnation of Fh'1 and Wlnl r I laaaea under tho
eTional I rc.-tioo of CHAS. W. D1CKF.L, tha ObUM aud
ftlUIXO v. ADEMY ln the country.
Harae. boarded at reaaonable tewt* ,.ROKIILK.
Profce^ionul.
MBDICAL OYMNASTICH and MASSAOE tieatment;
'<--id'iat.- ln Btockholm Sweden.
FOitN UNDER. 818 C.th-ave.
public Xotiret,
, \1 BOFIJVNDBYTHEUNITEDSTATES,
S ... ,.|-n s|...- ,?.(.!! iv\.-ltc n enarU-u M ...??
", ... and Hou*c of lU-preaiaitatlvna ol th.' I Dltod BUlea
,:.,., |? t'oiigreaa aaaeuibled. that tne s eretary <?.'
\v-L. .? aud her.-bi la, authmKed and dlreetod t<. aeU ajid
u,,-' m the nurehaaer or pur. - rUht, Utie
',',, iittyreat of the Unlted SUtoa ln and to all BuMeertoln
,.. grouml. belou?liig to the L'nltod Statea, altuata ...
he ,-itv ot Plttoburgh Peonaylva-la, at the northweat tor
,, r of Peiin-ave. and RarrUon All >y, ln the Fourth Waed o
-,i'd city, rrontlng - ???' on the aoal alde ol
i. -'ii ave and exhwidtng northa the "????t Une
. ' cni-ui Allei V-wervlng fh aame wMth. to lo-a m .-? -
',,! ,.} the All.-ghVni III> ??>. to auch
,, ,-xlal th. -??-. aud tberepver. Depot
the pmvlalo bovo-quoted aet of
,.;,*? reaa aoutoved Ma] 21. 1800 and by dfrectlou of the
, .A , i . .: putille auetlon, on
A.-ln.
,,r. if..|. at ii o'eloek aj tn. foi
llao a piat
l , ,,, he - ?> u rhe i ght '.- ??-.- r\.-.l to i.i any
,.,," ,?? t.. i H ' blda aubjeel t.. the
rondltl..n? preaerlbed in the clrcular aad u>
n.iiti ro a .1- ;.-i' ?-' iwe p- -ntui of the ;
f nrltten nol ol hld.
,,: 0f the full Rmounl ol the purehaa* moner muat t.e
,,? ,, dellven ot rtnh > ? t'uted d.-ed or
-?ld. without
nrtW notlen, ai th' rlak and roal nl th. dofaultln* |.?
,..'...,.f rhe roat of all ?"?? .anelng "i1 be borne by
ihe |.u- ia-T. *:. H. DAXDY, D puty Q
, I - ^-" '
jJlOD09lllG.
i> i;i?i(/s.\i.-; i'i.;; imiw i.i;r.-ni;!>N.\\( i-;
I OFFH.E WAR Dra'AKTMENT, Waahlugtoa, .s.-n
28 '.-'..i ? lu a iplti at.. >?in b ?
,,... iv,.,i ai ii.i- oflt e until 8 o fl(fx p m. on SATl'RDAY,
im roUEH 11 lewl. tor ruriii-miia thl> Departmant with
50.000 to 80,000 pounda ..f ?pbe>o-he\agonal powder for
ma, au ii.r.noaiion requlrid bj I'ldd.-r-. ian ba
had upon appllcatlou lo Brtg-Otm. D. W. r'L.vi.'i ii,
? ! Ordaanoe, V. S. Armj
Bamnur ftrsona.
NMIII VIEW HflJL
EDtJAKTOWS, MAKTnA'M VINKYAitO InLAXgj
.YlAHf*.
Thla boiel la pi?t computed, aod haa all modara laa,
provem-nia, onen fl/eplaco, gaa, eleetrlc bslla a>... tU t
ai-o exienaive playgrounoj and tbe beat of boeuag
halhJng and Oabiug facliltiea and the purcat of driaklag
ta la magnlflcently locatcd. erery wlndow earlng m
rharoilng wau-r-vlcw. bend for clrculara.
J- V DKEW. Managar.
_moi;.ntaix Hooaa. """?
, Cornwall IMiht*. 1 ij milen from vtllage,
11. kaep oi?)n untll Novomber 1. Kpeclal ratea. Addraai
j. W MEAOHKR. P. O., Cornwailmn.Ha-'
T
tpp opisri unin .Noverooer i. npeeiai raiea Addft
i. W MEAOHER, P. O., Cornwall-on-HudaonV
~*a hollywood hotelbJ.
Long Braoch, N. J.,
111 onen for gueata Juna 1.
LFON COTTENTIN, Menager.
Addreaa FRED HOEY. Long Brancb. B. j.
Tiir. PENIMi RE All n:od.-rn Improverwnta; IS bloea
from the ryean ; rapaelty 200 i-ie<ia. For partlculan
apply ?o THOH. NOBLF.. A.abury l*ark, N. J.
-' ??--? ? ^=3
^ittumn CcBorta.
l.tht.VOHI. NKW-JKKMKY.
LAUREL HOUSE
Ol'i.V-, OCTOBER 1. 1891.
Traln> lo\e N.-w-York, foot of Llb*rty-at., 8:15 a. b,
1 -30* and 4 30 p. B,
Pl.I MFR A POHTEH. ttanaaora.
, ????? _ ?
tDiiiter Keeorts,
"the lakewoodT
MKKWOOIt, N. J.,
oll'.XS OCT. 20.
FOR TERMS AND FURTHEB PAIiTICULARS CALX}
ON OR ABOBE8B
IREfl STERRY,
IIOTFL RRF> s-.VICK, N. Y. (11 Y (PARLOR 21.
??? ' _ ??*?
(Dccan StcameTB.
ANCHOB LLNE, U. S. iJail SteaoishipB
POR i.I.aWjW vla LONDONDEKRY.
F.-oi:. piai .', I, N. K.. f.?>-- Ol VV'e?i Jlth at
Anchona... . Oct. 3, 5 a. ?>? | I '???l?pia . ..Ort. 17, 5 a. n*
City of Eoue u.?:.. p,, lo a.iu I 1 'inioeaU.. ..C>< t. 24. 11 a a
baioon, ?Ou and upward. s.-.oi'd eebla. ?30. gtataga, eit,
MEDITERRANEAN SI.RVICE,
NEW-YOltg io ulBRALTAB AND NAPLES.
fcS. VICTORIA. Mondav, Septcmber 28, 3 p. m,
SS. ANOLIA. Monday, Octob?r 12, 4 p. a,
Oabta l*??a4ie, **?J to eioo.
far booka of toura and furth'r Informitlon, apply ta
HENDER80N BROTHERS, 7 Bowllng Own, N. T.
in AXADIAN PACIP1C RALLWAY
\J M.amshlpa,
CHINA AND JAPAN LIXF.
from VANCOUVER, B. C, lo
YOKOHAMA. SMaNoHaI and HONO RONO,
NEW-YORK TO JAPAB IX li DAFc,
000 mllea the ahorte't ro'it*.
Lower rat^a. isend for Infunnatlon.
Intended aaJIlnjrs from Vanrouver of the naw
Bteel Exnreas fetfiamahlpa
EMPRF-S.s or CHINA.Oct. 4
EMPRESS OP 1NDIA.frt. 25
EJIPRES8 OF JAPAN.Xov. Li
E. V. bKINNER, EVERETT FRA/.AR.
Oen'l l>A-t'n A^t., CliJna and .fapan Krt. Agt,
351 Broadway B. T._134 Watfr-t,, X P,
fp HARLESTON, 8. C, the South fe Southweai
VyJACKNONVILLF. AND ALL VLORIDA P0L\Tg.
THE CLYDE BTEAM8HIP COMPANY.
Krom Plee '_M.t. E. II. (foot Koofteveltat.} at 3 p. ro.
IROUCOIS, ( liarb^tou ond .Urkaonvllle. Mon.. h?pc 2%
U.i. INQUIN, C.iarli-tor and .la.'*eonyllIo.W<-d.. bept. SO,
( IIKKoKFJi, Cherleaton and Jaeka<.nvl!!e ... f-rl.. Ort J.
All ateamera have ilrat-Hu-s pawnenaer a"? ? ""datlana
luaurauce uniier open iK.ll.-y effe. t*d at one.ftfth of oo? n*p
cent. WM. P. CLYDR & COT, Oeneral Agenta.
?*> Rowlirit: Oreeu. V. J.
T. O^jWER, Oen'l Agt. O. 8. FPt Llna. 347 BaaadVaa
GUIONLLNK.
I NITI-.D STATES MAIL 8TEAMT.R8
FOR QI.'EEXSIOWN AND LIVERI'OOL.
Leave Pler 38, N. R.. f?x>t of Kfinr-at.
ARIZONA.Isati;rday, Oitobei 3. 3 k Ba
WIM oXSIN.Saturday, October 10, 10.30i.a,
ALABKA.fsatvrday, o< i?Ler 17, 4 a a
NEVADA.Saturlay. Octoiier 24, 11 a. a.
ARIZONA. Satunlav. ocU-rvr 31 3 30 p, ia,
Cabtn paaaaRc, BB0, *?0 *?iO and ?100 lacord.'ng ta
ate-ainer). Second cabln, *30 and a3S. 8le?^rats? at low
A. M. I NDi.RHILL t CO.j M Hn*d?ay.
COMl'AGMK CF.NERALE Tians.iflantiqua,
FRENi H LIXE IO HAVRE EVERY SATFRDaT.
LA IS'H ROOONE L.lM.ent.8at., Oct. 3. 3 M> a m.
LA TOURAINE, Franirenl.Sat.. Ort. 10. 8 a. m.
LA BRKTAONE, ("I ler.Sat.. Oet 17. 3 BO a. o.
A. FuiRiET, Oeatral A^ent, No. 3 Bowilng Ore?n.
INARD LINE.
c
.NEW-YORK. TO LI VERi-oiru, via qrEExentrmg.
Kroin Pler ao. North River.
FAST EXPItE.Si> MAIL SERVICE.
Etmrla....Oct. 3. 6:30 a. in. I s-rvia.oot. 24, 10.80 a Ba,
Auraula. .Oct. 10, 10 a. m 1 Etrutia .Bei 31, 5 a m.
liiibrta.Oct. 17. 5:30 a. in. I Auranla. ..Nov. 7. 9 a. av,
Cabln pn.saat'H, 400 aml upivard. 8ccond cabln, gaa.
Kteerage tickeu to and 'rom all |.?-te of Europe at vrry
low rat-'a. For (reigbl and jii*aa?e apph at tba coav
pany'a ortlce, No. l Bu?)lng ?.re n, New-York.
VERNON H. BROWW k ('').. gjgeaj Atanta
HAMUURO-AMERICAN PACKET OOt
EXi'RESS SERVICE to Loudon and Haroburg.
ColumbU.Oct. I: Auguata Vlctorla ...oct. IB
Puerat BUnarca.Oct. 8i Normaunia.Oev bj.
Exprews ateamera carr\ no cotton
Also REGL'LAR SERVICF. dlrect to Hambnrg.
Ruita.oct. 3. 6 a. m. 1 Vlrgtnla....Oet. 0, 8 a Ba,
Firat cabln, ?50 and upward, accordlnsr to locatlon._
1U.MJ1I -RO.AMF.RICAN I OEN'C. I'A.sflAOE OFFIOB,
FACkvET COMl'ANY C. H. K[i ItAltll * CO,
87 Broadway Now-York._|_01 Broadway. New-Torit
INMAN LINE U. S. and Royal Mail SteanMtB,
FOR QCEF.N.STOWX AND LIVB^RPOOL.
CITY 0F NEW.YORK.Wedneaday. September 30, 3 D. Bh
CITY OF BERLIN.Wednoday, October ",8 a Bh
CITY OF I'ARIS .Wedneaday, October 14, 2 30 p. m.
CITY OF CHICAGO.Wednaadar, Oetober 21. Ua
rrom I'ler 43, X. R., ad<lJolnin<r ChrUtODtiar-at. Feny
KIRST CABIN. aV) and upward. aecoydlng Vi atMJr?r
and locatlon of room. SECOVD CABIV. eSo and J34:
DM,i"r??U 81BERAGE. *20. PETEh WRlOHTlJ
bONB, Ocneral AgenU, d Bowllng Oroen, N. Y._?
TAPAN-CTIINA.
? OCCIDENTAL AND ORlENTAIa
Bteainera leave Ban Franelaco aa tollowa:
BELOIC (vla Honolulu).Thuraday, Ocloter 3. 8 p. a
OCEANIC..Tuosday, Novoniber 3, B t> Bh
OAEL1C.Thuraday, November 2*1. I p. a
BELOIC.Saturday, December 19. 3 p. Bh
boperblv appolutod-supenar Accon.modauona
Rcj-eivatloha cau be made by iett?r or telegraph to aaa
cabln l.lana aeen at 287 and 343 Broaduay, Ne?-Yora, ?g
Room <4, Rallroad Bull llujt. baii PraneUro.
LILAXD STA.NFORii Pr?aldeat
T. H. GOODMAN, Oeneral Pa^acng-r Agent. f
MEDITERRANEAN LINE.
Exprca-. Paasenger s.Ui*iner Servlca
New-York to f> noa ln Eleven Daya.
NORDDECTSCHER LI.oVD b. B. OOj_
DIRECi' BOUTE TO SOUTH OF I-RANC-B,
RIVI1.RA, AXI) ITALY.
Touchlng Olbrallar, to land pa?aen({er* to Spaln.
Ayoidmg the Northern Latltudca of Atlantlc, tha Chanaa
Crosiiiug and Long It. R. Rldea.
DEPARTCRKS:
SS FFLDA .Saturday. October 24, Ifl a. m
bb. I?Tl.DA .Sati.iday. Xoveniber2K. -(;.?.
bB. PULDA ._SatnH;iy, Januarv -.'92. 8 a.m.
fclua . .BatunUy, Febniary ?. lia. m.
FULDA .^afunlay, March 1?, 8 a. ia
Paaaage, $125. or *16> a beith. MM i ?bln.
ClOM conhectton, for E.iYlT by ?ORDDEOTSCH?l
LLoYD bTEAMERS Mcv, ;< and even forUitght uiera
after Irom OENOA to I8MAILIA.
anerirom 'r0KLRU-Hs fc ,-,,. ?> jiowilngJireaju^,
BB
NEW-YORK av CUBA Mail Stoamship Co.
I'lera 10 and 17, Eaat River.
Saturday st.?nier* at 1 p. in., and othera ? J*
for Havana. Profreao, Campeehe.,Pronlwa. Laguna.
Toinplco, Tuxpani aiet \ 'T? < rui.
Matanraa. Card.-iian. Bagua, <-'*lba:.en- .
Naasam, BaBttagO de Cuba, i.i.antajian.o aiid lenri egoa.
( 11 Y Ol ALEXAXDKIA, Mav. & Maaniae.Uird.bept. M
VUMURI, Havana and Mexican Port* s?t.. nct a.
NIAOARA, Havana and sa^ua ...w,, oVt Hk
olU/AKA. Havana and Mexican PorW-^.. ?W^O* l9t
BANTIAOb, Baaaau, baaOage ae ?. uba and .^'J^^ ?
Thia Une haa dli-eet conne-tlon with aod laauea threogB
renTral K^f. W tt ?^ "*S aa Mea.ola
HJOBDDEUTSCHEB UjOYD & 8. CO .
^NESYYoi^^iM^HTMpViN^^rBREMEB.
NBt^?!.ai?lbtM^
1,'v^T l-'V ' '. ?SS sl 1 AM l-.lkO.
Werra.W d. Bept BO. ? bjb. >; ?>; r?^ rtOA JM
1 "nrst Saaia & aa! M{ a baV Und c.bin, jao .
berti,.8ie.r_ai;. - aaa OairleOe a ta.. a oaaw. irw.
DACIPIC MAIL aTEAMBHIF CtiMFANYSI
I l iNi'.s TO CALIKORNIA JAPAN. CHlKA.
CENTUAL AND SOUTH A MERI- A AN D Ml-XlCO,
? IniMi N.'?-YorK li:> r fo ?! o," < ?/i.ll-al N. lb,
for Aau Fran.l-.o1 v,a the .lathinu. of I'.nao.a.
i uliiN ?alU i'hi-raday, Oetcbet I, noon.
pED "I)' LINE 0F STEAMSUgJ._,._A_0i_
ss,,.,nL^D,:L,MVr:v3,1u^|av^^rj,,pa
^v cvitii'is ? ... Saturday iH'-n<r i.. i v- ??
? l \-i. 'iii i v \v. ln<vaay, t>?*tobet BJ, i v .??
*? ' '^rS'pSrra^"
l0'irn!,-, .B I SON. -?.! Braad*ayJ.___-.
KKIi 8TAB LINE ?? ._? ...RIS
i.\n; INTWERP AND PARln.
&rr.ffi ??
WlllTK BTAB LINE,
FOR QUI KNSTOWN
BJa
a
Batatule *>*?. W^a a. Bi , ,. ^ '^ ?.
;^*,uc-.0co;t7-i1 n- VaVtS
KrVfcabta, B84 and <H0. I^-nr- on l| ?" '? ?
.bla i-nns; jtoaraae fr.;-., ?r i*; t ?? ^ ^ ',_ - Vnikv
o."p,r:;c.''^''-".-^''JV.Jkm Ageah
-am KNTS FOR THE N.E???*J$&
A in;: xmi.l ui. KF ilVil. :^THE IPTJ0W
1.140 1 '.V ,h i;? 15J Fourlh.
UVrt ^ corner Verur
ave. ' ' h,rL,*vV ;XiTi i.:?a
. ? -*t.; I.O-.'o ?,bU..ava..
1 i7.> Niutl.u.e.. cor. 7-.1 -t l.? '-I*1''..*;: '.-. ls0 Kaat
1,1 ?lrda?*. aad ttwlBAB^UCM, OFFH K. l? ^
,,,, ,,;,,, rd-and-tarentj nnh ?. 'H' ?" 8.tpJ?uiar oBoa
\Ve-t Onc-Uiudrv'dai.dtwcuty.Mthat.. at remimr

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