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9 THE ONLY BKFEBBBCEB EVEB MADS BY EDWIN B00T11 To HIS BBOTORB.8 CH IiMK. The Oertober number of "Th- Century" will con? tain some Intere^t'.nK letters written by F. lwln Hooth?letters In which h.- mcminns with heart? felt sincerity and pathos the trafre.ly of Mr. Lin? coln's nnini-r by his brother, .l"hn Wilkes ll -h.th. No other refereaoa to th- crime bv Bdarin I'-ooth la known. These are the letters in question: To Miss K Cary Cambrtdaei Mass1. Saturday May '.. Ita* Mv Pc.ir Krhn-i: rv- | mt received your let ter. I hara bees in (.ne aease unable to write, but you know, ol course, what my condition ls, arvl nee*i no eaeusss I have been by the ailvic of my friends "c.ope.l up" since I arrived her.-, K"lnst oat only occasion? ally In the evemiiK. My health ta good, but I Buffer ftom th-- want of fn-i-h Mr anl exercise. Poor m-'ther la In Philadelphia, about eruahed by her .sorrows, an-1 my Slater, .Mr.-*. ''lark--, la I!!. and without the least knowledge of her husband, who was taken from her Several days i?ko, with Junina ^ My pcettloa is such a delicate on-- that 1 am obiis'c i to uae the uttnoal caution, ll oats of friends are stanch and tri. :,, me. Here anl in Huston 1 feel safe. What I am In Phlla and elaew/bere I know not. All l ilo (know) <if the above-mentloiied city k< that there ls on.- great bean hrm and faster-b ' ni'l to me than ever Beni :n answer to dear Marv's prayers I faithfully believe lt. She will do what Marv Btruagled, MifTerel. and died In doins My barby, loo, is there Now that the grenlea: excitement ls over, and a lull ls in the norm. I feel the need ot that dear aniH' bm dur? ing 'he h.it of lt I was glad ."lie was not here. When JunlUS anl Mr. Clarke are at liberty, mother will om- here and bring Edwina to me. I wish I could K.-e With others' eyes, all my friends BOSUN me that my name shall be free, and that In a lit? tle While I may be where I sr is at.l what 1 was, but. alas' lt looks dark to nie. God bless you all for your great asst-Mance In mv behalf: even -lear I?lck Bided me in my ex? tremism lld hi- not? (live my love to all. and kisses to <}.-orgle. I do not think the feeling ls bo Strong In my favor In l'hlla. ;i- lt ls here and In It ..sion. I am not known there . . . Ever roora, EDWIN BOOTH. TO Miss EMMA P. CABT, CAMBRIDGE, BABB. New--y.irk. November 24. i*K>. Mv Dear Friend- it.-iv forgive my neglect. I've t>een a tittle bothered of tate, and could not t.rlng gav mind t" .1 calm My afr.rs are quite unsettled. 1 don': kn..iv yet when I shall act, or What I shall do nevi . . It seems rt long time since I visited Auburn (Cataeteiyj last. I have loot the level run of time and events, and am living In a mist. Hut I am told mv health ls better than lt ever was I do not realize lt. but air bored by people saying I am getting fat. I am a little Byronic In my dislike of eueh compllmentB, because I d..n't f.ci as I look. Moth.r la very much broken, I think, poor soul! . . . Sh- aeeaaa to have still a ilngerlng hope In her heart that all this will prov: to be a dream. Y'r faithful frlen 1. EDWIN BOOTH. TO MKS H. F, CARY, B08TON. New-York. Dec 1'0, lets. Mv I'ear Friend: . . . Let lt pass: life ls a great big speUlng-book and on every page we tum the words grow harder to understand the meaning of. lint there ls- a meaning, and when the list leaf Bops over, we'll know the whole lesson by heart. You have al-o. doubtless heard that I will soon appear on the stage. Sincerely, were lt not for means, 1 would not do BO, public sympathy not? withstanding, bul I have huge debts to pay. a family t" care for. a love fur the grand anl beau? tiful in art. to boot, to gratify, and hence my sad? den res.dve to abandon the heavy, aching gloom of my little red room, where 1 have sat so long chewing my heart In solitude, for the excitement af the only trade for which ("rod has fitted me. . . . I shall begin January 3 (Wedneaday), with "Hamlet." . . . Ever truly y'r frlen 1. EDWIN BOOTH. Windsor Hotel, July 2S. 1?1. I>ear Slr: I can glv.- voa v. ry little information regarding my brother John. I seldom saw him since his early boyhood in Hallimore. He was a rattle-pated fellow, nil- l with quixotic notions. While at the farm In Maryland he would charge on horseback through the woods, "spouting" h.-r..ic Speeches ?ith a lance in his hand a relic of the Mexican War?given lo father by some soldier who had serve 1 under Taylor. We regarded him as a good-hearted, harmless, though wild-brained, Loy. and used to laugh at his patriotic froth whenever secession was discussed. Tnat h.- was insane on that one point no one who knew him well can doubt. Wh.-n 1 told him that I ha,l wt ec] for Lincoln's re-electlun he expressed deep regret, and declare,! his belief that Lincoln would be made King o' America: and this, I believe, drove him beyond the limits of r.-ason. I asked him once why he did iiot join tbe Confederate Army. To which he re? plied. "I promised mother I would keep out <if th" quarrel. If p -ssihle, and 1 am sorry that I said so." Knowing my sentiments, he avoided me. rarely visiting my house, except to see his mother, when political topics were not touched upon -a: leant, in my pres.nee. He waa of a gentle, hiving disposition, very boyish and full of fun-his mother's darling-and hts deed and death crushed her spirit. He possessed rare dramatic talent, and would have made a brilliant mark in the theatrical world This ls positively all that I kr.ow aboi t him. having left him a mere schoolboy, when I went with my father to Cali? fornia In 1K',2. On mv r-turn In IBM we were separated by prof.ssi-.nal enptgements. which kept him mostly in th-- South, while I was employed In the Eaatera and Northern States. I do not believe any of the wild, romantic stories published in the paper; concerning him; bat, of c-oir-., he may have been engaged in political mat? ters, of which 1 know nothing. All his theatrical fri'-nd? speak of him aa a poor, crazy boy, ai. 1 ruch his family think of him. I am sorry I can afford you no further light on the subject. Very truly yours, EDWIN BOOTH. It ls said that the only vMe Edwin Booth ever cast was for Lincoln. BOOEs Ot THE WEEK. IH THK HEART OF THK ROCKIES. A Story of Ad? venture In Colorada. By ?; A Hentv. crown Bvo pp. IBS. 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Mud of the seen.- ls laid in New-York, nhl h th.- authot knows so well, and the unusual type represented In hp hero ls drawn with a freshness .'ind VtVtdneea wbl.-l. will stir the Interest of even blasu novel reader* F..r sale by all booh sellers; oe will ka seal bj n ill aa receipt of price Iv th- pSblttbers, I). APPLETON ss CO., 72 FIFTH AV1M i:. NEW-YoRK. rklLLINOHAM, Publisher, seerus t?> bare "hunched his hits," so la sp. ak.- The thr-e Bets B it rls, elena, hy Boner! Appleton; THK BRO ROBB OP SAVANNAH, by A F. M. and MISS DHRRICK, ly Kvelvn Chester, are selling by the thousand, nnd 11 1 dimeull f.r l'rlntera and Boohbtltderb to k?-p pa ?? STlUl the demand. Cato Schools. I AW BCHOOL HARVARD INIVKRFITV. Terms of Admission after l-ftr. ?*), Afer the academia year i?i?".f>>i ^niv gradwatea af est. legee .f good sta:.-ling and pefaoas DjualiAed lo e-n.i the seni-r clan ..f il..:\.,rj .liege will l?J admitted i- '!? .'.: lates f -r a d-*ree ll l-l. t- of academic deeree* in Arts. Literature, Phil aaepby, r Science wi , me 1, t adsaiaalble aa . ..1. ni.r.? f..r a .i.-gre^. graduates . renata . ia ... ? '? 1 - S >Iis ul. I-.-1 the ? \,l..:....-. -.- t. > I ,.,:? : wu, nr. s I graduates .f oullesaa nil! bs sd i Special Btu I nts Pot furthei inf on ill 1 and '-rc. ular c. n'n'nlng a ,1st of the colleges w I. se graduates ?-,;: t-e ,-,c rpi late* f 1 ,? legree ?.i>.\ I J"HN' ll ARNOLD, Librarian <rf the Lea r- 1 . ....-...? i:, C. THOMAS. LLD. METROPOLIS Law SCHOOL, Hicorpjrale,) June. ISSI, AUNER inn (aaa syatem bf Inatrui t|..n. after rourae if thies years M ri. mg du lal n. K ta li. tvrnir.g dl-lalon. * to 10 Ker ta laJoSnSS BSplf tu Pru,'. CLARENCE I> ASHLEY. 207 ft ea* Nie Turk. rV EW-YORK 1.AW BCHOOL, ISO in ...air, N \. I? City. Evenlr.i Lep'i. cooper I Mon Dwight Method" ol Instruction leers, a] I.I. lt after 2 years' gooree. QreUusue cSttrBB Baaed, Fr', ll sj UE . CHASE, Lean. LfRIVKRatTT Tt.'.rtr-anth yea/ begin* Oat, 1. Iso*. LAW Confers LI. H. ali, .f.r i. BCHOOL, ? . aeal II. M AIVTIN Al.lt.iTT. Lean and Henlur Pi reaaor. Address for eatnl rue, S 1 BOP I. F. RUSSELL, 12<. pr -, 1 ray B T ci?r Jnetrnction. For Yo-ns Ladlee.- City. \ KINDERGARTEN, has. I sp a the latest appf vad methods, mb he added I ihe 1 .mal -k P .. ) Wee- antb-at Tt.? eyetem adopted lead the ?? . Ires bj aaa) steps 11 primer] Stark, fr nhldi Ihe] belter fitted -han Ibosa v>l... I.av.- n t I ud tts train ag BQAKDINa a.M> LAY SCHOOL l'"K -.!<:.. Bo i?'T Ith-ave.. reopeni " ? -i -i sd Rev. Dr. and Mrs. 1 BAB H. GATUN! lt PrlnetpsJs. pOLLKGIATL INSTIT! TE OF Uh J. HAi H.s. *?? ??SCHOOL For OIRLB,? ii? west .v.rrn st.. REOPENS TH! MDAY, HEIT 2TTII, l*r>t complete organization prom primart to ACADEMIC CLAaaES, COLLEOB PRBPARATIOM, rp- LiMiTK.i. Kl MBBB ot" NE.v PUPILS au. MITTKD to ACADEMIC KEPARI ME.nt. CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, I.0.1* Bth-ave. (formerly a' I,SS] Madison Svs.1, reopena oct. 2. E. H. ORLHOBT. F. I? OETTT. PHSetpSlSL OAY SCHOOL POB tl I RLS, I M'ESI t-.il'sT Reopens Oct, 1 Ail departments from kind-rg.irten to coil.-ge preparatory. LOUISE ll. BELSEY, A. M . Principal. RS ADEMOISELLE VKI.TIN. i l BCHOOL POB QIRLS, Be opt ns Oat 3d. PTMEPBOOP BCHOOL Bl IL0IRO, 10) ARO l?J RBai 7?:n st. COLLEOB PREPARATION*. MISS SALLOWS BCHOOL For OIRLa Miss M. B M rg.in, MIaS L. iT. Oallaudat, Principal*. REOPENS OCT. 4 2* F.AST tZU BT. 'ROCKER I for girls Reopens OstoSer B. Primary ant advanced w.irk. Classes for little, hoya, OD Fast Md *t. MISS RETNOLDS. 1<t WEST eBTH-SY. ?shoal reopens Wednesday, ort. S. HI Sc hoi "VIISS UARBKR'fl MORNINO CLAUSES FOR Tot'NO ?'t LA Ll Erl ha* removed ... 12 Eaari MtB --t.. Woman's Exchange Building. Beupena Oetobei Sd. "illSS PARWELL'S BCHOOL for dirus, i'l Cl WEST 71ST-HT., NEW-TORK. _SPECIALTY SCHOOL rVflBfl aiBOONV BCHOOL COR '.II'.I.S. New-York City" I" Ni bf West <7ih at. Mra. SARAH ll EMERSON. Principal. October .1. A few boarding pupils taken. JVl 'as 8 1' DOR EM I'D. Ita BOARDING AM' OAT SCHOOL For OIRLS Beopena ort,her Ith, _ "id htadlaon ara., New-York Miss ANNIE BROWN. Behool for girl*. October fourth. Primary, preparatory, and BeSjaatnle departmeata Preparation for college. Hp. ? lui course* Till 715 T17 F'lfth Avenue. Miss PEEBLEfl ANI? Miss TliOHPSON'S BOARDING fi.- HAY BCHOOL POR OIRLB ls, 83 and Bi Esai Mil ? . N.-w Vork ' Special ai nd.ma .i.liuitted. \| ISS BPBINfJ B Ki.gllal, and French Behool for Olrls !?? n? 121 j;,,,, MOi si n-.ii Park ..v Beopens Thura. lay, Sept. 27th, Pm wing. Elocution. Calisthenics uni sewing Included; a cmm for little boys. [VI iss 1 ii ism .I..m Itl tehset fat girls O-tobe- flr?L Re*ld*nt pupil* m. ,n.9**"" f"r *m," -"MS Itt Fast C-.th-at. Miss ct:lsliolm at borne .,n and after Sept. ii from u to 12 a. ii MIM JAUDON'S SCHOOL WI 3H>? Madison AveSMte, Reo^ns October .14 Resident Pupils. Odlega prepai afton. VI ISS DAVLER. ;',_ ach"oi for gilla; collegia'*, preparatory, primary. Resident puplla rei:elved. Bltth >ear October third _IT* WFHT BSTH-ST. ^|ISS MARY HARRIOTT NORRIS. PrNISHINO CLAB8K3 IN IIIOHRn ENOLtBR. _117 WK3T 0ST1I HTREET. illSfl KLlZAHRTH L KOP KB. " "' '" ?'? Bcbool for girls. October second. Graded primary to 1.-ademl. . special couraea. 10 Eaat 7ith-at. VI ISS WALKERS SCHOOL FfJR OIRLS. '* 1*8 Mndlson Avenue. teopena October let. Numbers llmlte.1. Cla-a-a email. No home Bindy for puplla under fourteen who remain intll two o'clock. A primary class, mir -lu.-mg kln.L-r :arten melhoda. has lieen added. Post-Oraduate class beglna Novemlier let. if IBS OARDNER'S HOafB AND LAY SCHOOL for T* glrla Primary department for boy*. Reuper,a IfSt 28. _18 & UIBT-BT. t|P.S. GRAHAM YOUNGS. ?1 Home and day rchooi for girls. October third. Os** or little boya. ___^._ _ *? w,?' ???h-eC if ISS WARREN'S PAT BCHOOL FOR OIRIJ?. 'Sion West Hlat-at. Primary. Intermediate. Acndemlc Class for boya In Ihe primary department. If IBS JULIA A. WILLET (many years at Mrs. Byb ?I vanua Reed'a school) HOME BCHOOL; mualc, lun ruagea, art and private classes. Ul Weat 'Oth-it VI ADEMOIBELLE RLE!.. 'L'0! Stria, Octrbsr fourth. (Nu tr ber umlted.) IO Km Mlk.-ai.. asa* Madlsontv*. ' Jnstrtutton. V>,r Yoi;nc Ladles.?City. Mrs. LEOPOLD WEILS BCHOOL FOB-jMBLB ARO KTNPEROART3N. and rla-sea for little jK*ys, 188 sui 1)1 West 77th St.. between Columbus BBS Ameter SaSS Aves., fWmerly SI 711 Madison Ave., will reopen brptetnbei 2-"th. \ EW YORK COI.LBOIATE INSTtTETL -Primary, asa. , demlc. collegiate. c.-rtlfi. ate admits to leading I COLLEGES for WOMEN. Re*. ALFRED C. ROE. Ena. i. rlpal. October S Scon I, BM L.t. x-uve . :r'd-st._ 11 B1VATE classes eoe OIRLS Limited number in a-:, class M.- M L CROEA RI; Prln.. sj west r..Mh-st.. New-Tort. City. ' I fcJ.-HftOI. OP THE SISTERS < F THE CHURCH. ? ~ Found. I by Mrs Sylvanua Bead, ISSI. Reopen* " j Oct. I. Address Slater In-Charge. 0 and S E. Kid st. d I (UT. MART'S BCHOOL (Epleoopai). ____ ___ i >3 Boarding and d.iy sch".; for stria. Bfopens Oct. first. , Collegiate, preparatory, and primary. f ; Address Ihe SI.-T .R SUPERIOR, fl and 8 East *flth-et._ SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN with Kindergarten. Re? open* Oct. Ilk Miss S. LB B. I'fU'MM. Musi- Hil!. 57th st. and Tth-SVa ^ THE MISSES ELY'S BCHOOL FOR GIRLS. RIVERSIDE DRIVE. STith and hfltii Street*. New-Tort Will Reopen October Sd. rp HE MISSES MOSER. ? HOAR!.INC AN') DAT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, NOS. 047 ANO 04 MAI'ISON-AVE.. Near-Tork City Prepares for R.niianl and other c. Ilegee. THE IlLAi KL IT BEHOOL 1 "lt GIRLS BS East .eltli 1 Bl Miss ELLEN E LEARNED, Enuc pal.?Sd year begin* Pel i iHBce hours 9:Sf> lo Haft_ 1'IIE COMSTOCK BCHOOL , _. ___. Family and day school for girls. Did year Oct. third. Kindergarten for boya anti girls. Mis. I ay. Principal. BS Waa* 40.h Street _ rpHE .Misses graham. 1 Sun SSS IIS to the Mlsies I.reen, l'.oardlng and dav a. n ?il a' flew location. October third. IIB West 72d Sire t, Bhennan Square. ririHE ARI NI'EI.I. HCHOOL l-'oll GIRLS. Seventh year. 1 Reopens Sip' c.h.-r 2Tth. Boya r e-lved tn Primary. Mra. E. ll WEED, 71 West UOth st 'I' HE MISSES MERINGTON. I French and Bngjlab School. October first. Resident ? received IBS l>en..x Avenue, near lilith Street.^ 'IMIE MISSES WREAKS. _ , I School foi girls arith kindergarten. October third. Circulars on sppll*sth*f*. 21 East TsUV-Qt. rp HE SIMMONS SCHOOL, 1 1. -lu MALISON AVE. REOPENS OCTORER 1. THE MISSES ORINNELL'S 1 LAV BCHOOL EUR OIRLS 22 East Mt li st. Reopen* Oct 4 Kindergarten Oct IO- Fifteenth T.-nr. \'.?N NORMAN ISSI . 27s. "iel. IS2 West 71st St.. enlim ? Na ISO, (Pounded IW7 ) Mine VAN NOR? MAN. Prln Mrs J L MATTHEWS Vice.Erin. is/BBT BND-AVE BCHOOL FOB GIRLS fl Miss MARTHA : THOMPSON. Pi In''.pat. Primary. prepare I :>. i .llegla-*. 11 o -..ugh studio work. 2?l Wrsi End av-. Corner 7Sth-aL_ On 32. -ti Eaal 57th Btreet, New-Torh, . . ?>", MISS ll El ? KB WI- MISS THOMPSON'S SCHOOL I ol'. DILLS PRIM.M. Y VNI' Elli I \l! \TORT LEI- \ Ii : MENTB ?entrance .I" En^t *>7th Street, Room* sp-ct us nell lighted and thoroughly ventilated. French German Elocution, Drawing and Delsarte ex. en Isea in. Ind..1 In the Course. Bpsrtallita i-i charge. Numb*ri llml'ed Fmatl e|amea i*--- Pl I! YEAB for ll -i--i ?! n in ll s literary ,ctenttno '- ??* and c| leal . in a lending achonl for young ladle* Ipi please write I ima, age and restdeaoe. Address LITERARY Tribune Office Fur Dopa and Young M?-n?city. ? > EEK ELEV Ll Ttl JI WEST 4 IT) I ST autun n i bf l??g -i- Tm ... i ... Jd N< ? ; ? ? \1 -. ' '? t 1st, Bl 10 o'ell --K. \ ??! - i? ki. .-ii I hal Ih. r scull) 1 i- been augmented to 1". maali rs and a for ever*, len pupils. \ new Hage I .-? mmodate .... | . ? ? rkeley Oval Th* ???I n fler have tl. f tl.i .! \' gs ' and regular In st ru-I eura liar ge avlll be ?ri\ -ti In . ls g and wool .. :k Iftef gepi 2*|| I ?? W Iii will be present all day st i . . . ? meet pan nta DAHNARD BCHOOL ** 117 AM' ll!> WEST I33TH ST. NINTH VEAL REGIN8 BEPT, 21. Prepal l ' ni'.'v. Intermediate and ugh * hool de| a Individual attentl n t. ba li ward . , ? a elementary eubjei ts. Calal ii Rulldlng N< W open fr inspection Col.! MI'.IA ORAMMAR BEHOOL 131ST VEAR. 3i and sd Ea.t Mst-st. Regina Tuesday, s-1 >( 2311 .-? preparatl n f >r all ? ?-??. Bi len; ?? - h ola ..ri I t:-.s:neas. Gymna alum ItUll !'? . ted i for school purposes I . . ? ?. ? ' Principals will , - '. r ???' ; -.i'- ?' ll etweeb U a. iii an 1 4 p. li. LR ll a BACON A M LL ll. 1 PMiw-Haala I- ll CAMI I EL! AM I ' ' jr' LLEGIATE BCHOOL f r Itv*. Pounded U3I. L. C. Mygatt. L H. D. lt-ni Master. t4l 243 WE-T SE\ EM V Sl.Vi NTH STI'.KKT. REOPENS BEPTEMIIER 27TH COLLEGIATE INBTITCTP oF IR J. SACHS. ?-SCHOOL FOR IIOTB, si wur asTH-ST., BJPOPENB mom,av. SEPT. t*. isa*. flfOBOUOH PBBPABATION POB ALL COLLEGES; ti.- al COMMEff LAL DEPARTMBNT. C1 M Mill A INSTITUTE Corner Weet Tld-sL and Weet I "tm |,?r commence* .-.;? _t Propers .-- ..-.'. primer) .--???? i ?:.in- il '. pa ????'. n.Illtari loll ..,:?>? playground; fimnaalun li arding pupi.s ir .:\. ! ;. , irated cata .(url oil upi. || I, ELWIN FOWLER. M. D , A B.. Principal. /'"Lil ??'. PREPARATION Regenti.lona, 2O0 \ ............ rate. I'ROFESHMsR, |37 W. n I.. I (?LASS id: Vol'NQ, li-'is :i. Ue.i T3tl I . - ,: ' atte-.E :i i.. phyali ,! conditions li .nd lu principal's tddreea HS I I Ti-t lt., till Oct lau (MIAIIN COI.I.KGIATK SCHOOL FOR ROTS. ' WITH I RIM lill HEPAR1 MENT. II. II. i I :? Ph. H l . .; 7&1H KCHCKlL YEAR BEGINS SEIT. 24 721 Madia nmr ifet't. hti.eij. CLABB I nit li. os. ij Eaal .'.?:i ?i. reapena Oeto ?r .'. i .r ...i i hoi ?n i at Fifi " i ear. Tin: Mis.-,;; ORINNBLL. I | WIGHT BEHOOL, ' 14*1 Hi;" vi WAV (CORNER 4.1f'st ) A superior preparatory ech ?| for Vale. ||ir\ard. C,?. lun.bla, ira w foi m.) r-,ii,ge, .-i.. ; f s<-i?n<-* ii buslneea U) ins met bod* pursued .n thia a< hool a \ bright sm.lem can often ao.- a >-ar's : in. i ;..?? norh I I i ! I ? I sith I- ? nat Ins-ruction A rlass f young ' boys sndat tb* street .-iiai^. f the principal* Reopen* * September I> Fir circulars and further Inf irinatlon i ' apply ?i tl.e schoul a HENRY C. MILLER. ARTHI lt WILLIAMS rrlnlpal*. I) RISI.ER SCHOOL li EAST tBTH-ST. P.E" 'll NS, Mi iNl A^ . OCT. 1ST. CI RC I'LA R*J ON M'EI.Ii' \1 MN '.7a, Elfti a en us Ilth year trill begin Sept 27th. rough pre| .i ,-i n f-.r nil oolleges, ? ?,?::: schonla .i fe* buslneea Limited number Primary Experiment. 1,'P.AN' I- ll. AIJeJ.N'S BCHOOL POB H")S Bevpene Oct L Prepares f r rolleg* ind liuslmss PRlMARV DEPARTMENT Limited te twenty-futW. 10 BAST 42D-ST. L" G. Uti.LANI LASS FOR BOTS, 2*1 West (2d-ai Reopens October 1. I I' .it .i i; M inn sch . if th. I- ii :. is- College) Morningside Height* I2t)th-at West, tn tbe p.?er grades .f Ih. Elementar; Behool, In th ' ,i rgarten, and rn ihe Manual Arts de) irtm nt of tba nut, Sch. I. lhere ii- Mill a few lacanelea. The K.n .: -. n'.ii .pens o.i.,i.,r IB the th? grades B?-plember 2I>h. Apply In person during Heplembei In i'I.AEEN'.'I. E Ml'LENEV, Principal, HARVARD BEHOOL rTsr.HI WI c. ir. *7TH-ST.~" REOPENS SEPT. ZS IWH Thor,iiii;!. pi paiatlos f-r collegi ul l.usln-s*. PAIMABT l)EP vi.: MENT william PBEELAND, Prtsetsai I I I MI LT. i* pl.t I"'. W. al Sid S'reet. c. liege mvparator*, ind rommerrlal courses. For r-vta logue, addresa N ARCHIBALD SHAW, tr. Principal IRVING SCHOOL, r.l Weal Mth-st] ..peni Bepl 2r-'i Winn.f c. inn,t,in pri?e f..r thorough preparatl ti New building. Limited classes; Individual Instruction. Gymnasium. Pupils inny np| !\ now. Lr L. t>. RAV. J^ ll MUtsi: .-? SCHOOL POB BOTS, BB MAMS' i.N AVE . NEW-YORK, Till reopen October l-t English, French snd Germm imd rare-ful pr paratlm fr nil coBeaea The Principal n< I OMS BftSI .-.-pt- ml ? I IS I KNOX BCHOOL br v.um-t-i a. Mn lb..n nv- ur 72d *t. I ?' A Special att.-nii.-i lo pi.ysn-.il Mtereals Address 183 Baal I 7i-i st. nt].Oct. l. E. ard in Principal's faaillr f"' 5 h..y* I i\l ? I M Ull.'-n.'' * KEELO. IO'S SCHOOL _ j J NO 833 PIPTH AVE M. lt MGII ST. ? A school of blgl, gi .le. preparatory tc all the leading collegee, scienim, s.-b-ls <.r business J Number strictly limited. I ^ Individual attention; sytnusshtat . r Ti atlm<.nlal> aa lo character required. | . A CLASS l-'nll LITTLE HOT8. I Blghtrenth year I..gu... Beptetnfasr 27. J Til ISS KEL HEM'S CLASS POI! VOENC ROYS will re tvS open October Huh. 1884, SI SSS Lexington ave., near 1 ?'th st. T-n boya may dim- ut As school, and spend the i.Mern...ti with a tutor In the i.p.-ti air. Address North r F. Hunte. Mass., till September 21m. MOUNT Morris school, ! 1 2ii EAST IJTTH ST. Sept M?h. ' Xl a 'SS graduata wlna BBB columbia p-lre for beal en- -_ trance. Excellent primary d- Eminent. In charge ..f Mis* I lloyeeen. Itesl b-n-s re.-.-ived . a. FRANK CI.IPPORD I.YMANN. A. R . Lt.. lt. Principal, ?' ^EW VulIK BUSINESS COLLEGE. IBRD st N Y. A I Si live. pr.-ict|.al BChool; day or evening Address for cat. ] P akaene CLEMENT C. GAINES Mount Morris Rank Rldg. . I PRIVATE INSTRUCTION ANL PREPARATION Fol: ' c.Ibge ur lluslncea. THOMAS REEVES ASH i| Ijtjv lu ll-, Uf, 4.,ih it. ja CT. DAVID'S HALL. Thorough preparation for SSjtaae 2 ?^ or business. Number llsnltM, M> boya obtaiS 100 per . * rent. In cll-ge ex.-i.-nlniitrnns. magnltl ---nt houae: egteasTv* . _ grounds. W I. EVANS, M A .Hunt's Point Rood. N. T. C. ll BCHOOL l'OR ROYS, .14 WEST *0TH-BT. ' ? k W. M.-L. HALSBY, Ph I) P Short lessons thoroughly mn-.t-red. RaspSSa Wedneaday. j *? Fepl. 2tlth. 1801. of one h indr"d and ninety-nine boy* ' il prepared for College, one hun lr-d and seventy were ad- *? rr.ltled without rondlllons. BpeatSl honors nnd prixes takaa ' jriJhree^cclleges thia yesr by boya from Hil* school. \ THE OXFORL S?'l[ooL. I A, 110 WEST 70TH BT. Vi Will reopen Monday. OctoDer I. I SI ,U KEMP PBOSSOa (Oaon.). Prlnclpat S ' . ilnstrnction. For Boys and Yourie; Men.?City. THE CI'TLER SCHOOL WILL REOPEN ON TUESDAY OCTOBER & Mr. Cutler will be st the School House. No. 20 East r.'ith Stre-t. between 9 nnd 12 e'CtOCh nft-r September 17. THE CONLON SCHOOL, 741 AMD Ttl PIPTH AVE.. BETWEEN .-,7711 AND 8STH SI'S. FALL WORK BBOINB Monday, Octobei 1st. Preparation for sit ccBeses and technical schools Physical, Chemical. Electrical and Fhot araphlc laboratories asd workshops in speciousness and equipment "luall-d only by the collegda. One in? structor to each eight pupils. Utrneet school gyrnnasium in the city. Assembly room to .-eui M*> gu. -.ts. Resident pupU* r.Ived. Buildings now open for Inspectloa tor Information call "r addr.es th* school._|_ UNIVERSITY GRAMMAR SCHOOL, S2 West r?th-at. SSth yest Prepares for colb-g-s. scientific *chool? or bumneB*. Primary department. Four resident pupil* re? ceived. Reopen* Sept. 27. _ ELMER E. PHILLIPS. A. M.. Prln. WEST END SCHOOL. I-.3 WEST 71ST-ST. Eighth v-ir begins oct. l. Thorough irlsssleal nml rct en-nic roursea Csreful attention given to t.-. ..wari pupils cir,.-,s limited. High, st credentials requlr-d fr-.ni applicants. Chemical laboratory, carpenter shop, wrnpiete gymnasium under instructor A few resident pupils taken Into the Principal's family Apply for circular. Ut. I ional.Ism will be nt the sehool mornings from li to 1^. iJa/OODBRIDOE SCHOOL -117 Madison Avenue, -13th ff year Provides s- nnd Instruction In English. Mathe niatlea Phyalcal Sciences. Classical and Modern Lan? guages, and prepares ft the lending colleges, chemical ?nd Physical Laborstorlaa Preparation for V,?',!",-'ri th ol of Mmes a ?p.-claity. Principals. J. WO IDBBUDOB LAVIS. Ph. I).. LAVIL ALLEN CENTER. AU.. H 3. i'ALK SCHOOL (11 WEST filST-ST. i'repnres for all colleges and for bualneaa. A few board? ing pupils taken Beopena Sept 27. The prlnclpnt will be at the school after Sept 5. ?-_, _* , , WILLIAM C. READIO, Princlp'L For Both Sexes.?City. ALLEN SCHOOL 310 W. W,th-?t.. N. T. City, reopen* Sept. 2*,. IS'M- klndergiirt.-t. In German; college prep oration reeldca' puplla. For clrculnra addi ess the school. Y HEIDENPELD INSTITETE. 823 Lexington-ave., N. E. corn SM St _ ? School for boy n 1 Birts In separate departments, with Klr..'erpnrte i. ' u;.il I prepared fur ull collegee. German ii si-.-lalty. lt ; rn Sep. i'-'.th_ ^[EW-TO^K BUSINESS COLLEGE ISSth-St, N. Y.-A live. pra.-tPnl sch.e.l; day or ev-nlng. Address for Cal? al gus CLEMENT C. OAINE8, Mount Morris Rank Bldg. '"tl SS CARRIER FORMERLY WITH MISS DH VEIL itl NET BCHOOL FOR ROYS ANO OIRLS REOPENS OCT. STA PREN II SPOKEN. C2 EAST 30TH ST. \|oELLER INSTIT1TE. Ill V. WEST 20TH-ST, K ttdergsrt-sn, Pay and R,.arding School. All our appli? cant for the Normal and I'lty College w-re admitted. Reopens September ll. P. W. MOELLEB. Principal. OPEN EVENINOfl. Isaac Pitman's Sh irthand School. SB Bth-ave.. cr. 17th-et.: good-paying position* await graduates; novel m-thods; entirely Individual Instruction; easy terms, circuit ra._ PACKARD'S BUSINE8S COLLEGE AND BCHOOL OB STENO IRA PUT. 4TH-AVE. ANL 2.1L-ST. Students mny enter at any time. Call or send for pr* pretue. S. S. PACKARD. Presl.l-nt. E(Ti-:.\TS- AND COLLEOB EXAMIN ?TION8.-Th* Nea V rh Prepsratory Behool, incorporate 1 by th Regents sa an Ai idemy, of the University, State of New. York Fall t'-ric. begins Oct. 1. Day ana evening sessions 1 - annual catsJogue address secretary, io Eaat 42! st. _ ______ _ _______ "'li: RERI.ITJ! BCHOOL OP LANOUAOES, Madb n Square lear. -Bth-st. and ir way). P-anchea in lb* principal American and Eurupcan cities v term begin* now. T Masiral Instruction. A FAMOUS MUSIC SCHOOL for BEOINNERB.for ADVANCED PUPILS. th- OLD ANL ONLY. N. Y. CONSEVATORT, 112 East 1st) BETWEEN ITU AVE AND IRVING PLACE, NOW OPEN I'.VILY.Formerly on I4tu-st. Brooklyn. |\1 I-W-TCRK. VROOKLYN. US SSS Washington Ave. ll ST. CATHARINES HALL Behool tor tri*, choice of Utrea eosrses for gradua ?I n Special Studlea may be taken or College Prepara tory. Reopens Kept. 27th. _ _ MIK BROOKLYN HEIGHTS SEMINART. Hoarding sid Da* School tor Glr.a **th year op* aa 1 Hoarding a id Lav School for Glr.a 44th year op* ...Kember 27. 13*. i4o M intagu*-*-. Brooklyn. N. I. Hoboken. s TXVENS SCHOOL, THE ACADEMIC DKPARTMB.lt ot the STEVENS INSTTrUTE ok TECnNOLOOT, RIVER STREET. Between Mil mid *tli Sts . ll lboken. N. J. REOPENH SEPTEMBER 1"TH. ISSI. EXAMINATIONS E"R ADMISSION ON THE 17TH AND ? NTH OP SEPTEMBER Full course of studlea preparatory to College* and r ' . ' Science, Law anl Medicine. Tl? rate ef t ital n f r all CMSSSS ta |130 per year, or r-" ; er te m Ti-.ese terma Include all the studlea. For catalogue* apjly to the principal of Stevena School. For BOTS and Young Men.?Country. DETTS ACADBTMT. STAMP! Ri*. CONN. I* Prepsrs* for techstral school, college or buslneea n-w building, with h. d.-rn improveataata si-am heat, electric l!?:ht. gymnaelum: shower la:ha; el tensive ground! All J lil-'TTs M eh (Yal-) Prln. IS IRDENTOWN fN Li MILITARY 1NHTITUTB, REV. T H. LANI'ON'. PRINCIPAL. CAPT. T. I' LANDON. COMMANDANT. fJlLMWOOD SCHOOL POB BOTS nt Milford, Coan.? t Parei >i who are unf,-rt-mate In the management of s n< will d- well b. pi f.r bi tb* advantage* offered ?y my sehool; the e-le-id la In ees.i n dorina the en'ir* rear. frank m howe sup-. Ii* AIRFIELD A-n len.y f..r Roy* Fairfield Cons com? bine, thorough m--ntai an! physical training ?ith com Iona of HOME 20 boya Flu..:, ll Brewer a. M.. pris. I,'Lt SH I NO lN-ilTi'TL. FLESHING, N V B arding sch fi) ung men end b , s. Regents' (gamins Una. Opens Tuesday Sept lath. A!!---> E A FAIR' HILO. L* REEHOLD INSTITETE. Freehold. N. J MKS )-?r" I R.>s- Boarding BcbooL Pris?ry, College Preparatory, ?i?!ne.? Course, si. rt hand, Typewriting. Telegraphy. I,' VM1I.V BCHOOL E"K ROYS I ROM ?'? TO ll YEARS. I Special attei ? backward puplla; thorough traili? ng; bom* care; terms Uti) a >.-.n. best tef., cir. I.Vl'lA II NORRIS w datown. N. J. tl 'ME BOARDING BCHOOL, established ISM, ol;> [J BRIDGE N J Ag.s I to ll; boya under IO. terms. I ' '..-" lo |9W u MISS COKOVRB Principal. Cir- ll ni irs, with information, can be obtained at *;i west int t . .-ny. I RVING INBTITl'TB. I TAHR1 TOWN-ON-HELSON. Boya and fenns Men. 4<nti rear. I M. ir li MAN. A. M.. Principal. I AKEWOOD HEIOHTfi SCHOOL 1 ' "/ ii. ;.g ina Pines " .'AMES w. MOBBT, Prir.eiptJ, LeJcisrssS, New-Jersey. \| aili vM.i in INHTTTUTV. Conor mu*, penn.- lins *l p.: \ear a sueceaaful Behool, one at th.- t-st t>. in u?e witt, energy mid to wake up b. y* lo the duties of life, lora eater beat eotlesea Ender Et >..irs. $174 J. BHOBTLtDOB (Yale). A. M.. Prln WITCHELL'8 BOra :-''*IO"IA i< miles from Boatnn. R. .t LR R ; st tctly s-lei't Fanny school. ?*?? per ear. Mllltar;,. only requisite for admlssl n. ?. >d ,-!..ir. ctrr. Sp-.-ti; mr. end .mi-iing to vouns boyai rita for ollege, t-.hn. i?gy and busmees. Bend for clrculsr to _ M <' MITCHELL Prln. Ulilerl.a. Mass. Norwalk PREPARATORt BCIIOOL N rwalk. Cona. Military Sch.M for B. ya. Number limited. ffV>i a ear. App y lc . ARI. A. ll VI:STROM. A M. I'rl-.-ip lt, WI V. HOMERS. Northern A'ealcheater Bis boya under v. li. home echool; pupil* nf defective sight or nesting r lame: special Cara: reference* from patruna of lu sara: \%\w_ Miss BROWN, Principal klEWTON iN J.) INSTITETE. Elev. SOO ft; 41st * )e.n. hom.I.;:,- family rchool f.r says; nessi hen, j ymnasiums. bowling, ball, i nnla, 2u p nias and saddle ..rs-s. special cure ijnd pers..nal Instruction fvr college rieiitlflc -ch ,o.a .r tu?!ness J. WILSON'. A M. Prln. > ark av EM i. INSTITUTE. BBIDOEPOBT, mNN - li., lieut honie a.-h ...| for ho\* AiRan'uge* fl st , Uss ar.nts always pleaaed. S4.V? Begins Sept SO 1*314 Fjr Irculara address HETH B. JONES. A M . Pilnclpal. ajr. AUSTIN'S MILITARY ROARDINO-BCttOOU staten ISLAND .Patron. Rt. Rev lt c Potter l> IV. BtSSMB of N. T erma I3UA. Addres* Rev. o E. Quails, B A. (Trinity ollege. Lublin, vv.-st Nan Brtshlos ff. Y. I IMIE HIOHLAND MILITARY ACADEMT Worcester ' I Mafs Begins .inth year Sept 13th, Classical Helen' tlc Business ITeparsten Depart men ta Oymnaalum thleil.s mi. .uraged Careful training Home Influence*. KeBBPU ALLEN SHAW. A. M.. ll. il Master. For YoHrie* Ietdles.? Country. ItTBLINOTON. new JERSEY. * Bi. Maiv' Hall. Regular and elective curse*. Col ?5* preparation. Reopens sept is. isut. CHARLOTTE TITCOMB, Principal. IISHOITHOBPR, SOUTH BETHLEHBM, PA. ' A church boarding ami day *chool foi gilla, l'ep.iei i College ol gives .Ull academic osuraa >'Ttl> y. ar opens '.-dnrnday. Sept. Mt IMG. Pur circulars address ISS Al.HERTA OAKLEY. Bach.dor ,.f Let lei e. Principal. 'ONBECTICUT. STAMPOBD.- MISS Low and MiSti HSJTWOOD, SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Resident puplla in ulai-, seal on application. \K. DEO. W. CIXiK'S School for Olrls. Windle park, ''Tarrytown on-UuSsoa, N. Y.. open* Wedn.-*<Iay. Sep ?ml.er 2(1 circulars on application. 10MB INSTITETE TARRYTOWN ON HUDSON "" A Boarding and I'ay .-sch.xd for Girl*. Will reopen ipumbsf IS Mba M. W. METCALF. Principal. VY BALL. HOME ANI> COLLEGE PREPARATORT Behool for Young Ladles. Certificate admits to Smith Ira. J. ALLEN MAXWELL Principal, llrlilgeton. N. J. AKEWOOD. N J.. THE OAKS.-Boardlng and day ' school for >oung ladlee and little girle. Ninth ter begtna October 8. 'College preparation. Special :.urae... Endorsed by well-known physicians, educator* nd clerg>nien For clroulara addreas th* MISSES PAR .INaTON. Lakewood. N. I. YNIKJN HALI. SCHOOL for Young ladles. - SAMEEI. WELLS RUCK. A. M. Poughkeepsie. N. T. .II8S RI'l.KLEVS SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Tarrytown 'I cr.-Hud*..n, win reopen September 2.V Principals. Has H L. BULK LEY, Mia* E. C. PLCMI.EY. I ISS BAIRD'S INSTITETE FOR GIRLS. Norwalk. '! i unn -Twenty third year IVIinary. Intermedlnt* and ullsge Preparatory rou.-aes. P.uslc, Art and the Lan *?*;?*? l'?r,'ful altanlLrs to motels and manners. New Jilling!, steam heat. Incandescent light, gymnaaluaa. I Rs MEAL'!', SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Il|lleld*rNoT '* v?alk. I'nnn, Exceptional advantage*. Certificate Imus to neat Coil-gee. Vocal, Violin. Plano depart t* conducted by New-York artlatA I iss DANA'S SCHOOt PC Mo^rlatown. New-J*r*ey OR GIRIJI n. New-J*raev reopen* September 1?. Real ?ni. native French and Cirmin teachers. Special ad ____L ^-_*8_f?_?_ ^C;. c,ri,i,cil* admits to Smith. "Kesley and Hal'.'more Coll ,e for Women. Term* for boarding pupils *',J0 per y*sra ? '' ' *?* I l. Jnatrnction. For Tot na Ladles.?Country. MISS TOWNSEND.-School for girls 5* p.-fc -, _ Newark. N. J. Academic and colle.. MS8S__B departments. Special courses. Kfeparatory NATIONAL PARK SEMINART for Youn_~Wo3eI_' suburbs of Washington. D. C.-Collegiate an/ aemiSfl' couraea; beautiful grounds; I75.O0O buildings a cul u7_ wTSiejS D. cV00' Send f<" "l"^tedeca,,a,ogut.Ur2 (VIEW-JERSEY, ORANG,:. MOUNTAIN STATIOK-' Il MRS. J V. N. DORR'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS* English branches. Linguagee. Musk- and Art BBB_ preparation. The highest, most healthful of the Oran.-, Fourteen miles from New-York. ^~? NEW JERSEY. Englewood Hi miles rrn-Ne^YnrwT" DWIGHT SCHOOL FOR OIRLS. ?TH TEAR New. pleasant home, finest educational ad-.ant_._i College preparation. Mles CREIOHTON. Ulaa KARRar" RIOGEFIELL HILLS. - Homo for Little Glrle. Experienced Klnderrartne. _Miss LOHDEI.L. RMgebufy: Cona. STAMFORD. CONN MISS AIKEN'S SCHOOI -KT CT netti year commence* Octobei 3. The method" tra! _ the mind t.- concentrate attention sr.d to ?traatt_a memory. Prepirej f,r any college. ?**t SsJ T. AGNES SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. ALRANY N ~T~~ t-' Under the direction of Bishop Loane, f'hoiee of (? courses of study for graduation. Special studlea ?&__! taken, or a full collegiate course. For retalorus ?*'?-. _ MISS K. W. ROY!.. ",_" ST. HILLAS SCHOOL KiR GIRLS. M nrrlato* n "\i_ Jers.->. Re.p.ns september 24th. Terms, f,3,o 'r_Z culare on application. ' ^^ ST. MARY'3 SCHOOL! ~* OAKDEN CITY. N. T. Advantages of New-York. Special instruction lg Mutta and Art College Preparatory and Blectiv* Courtis _ Study. Engagements now for September, 1*94 w Miss JULIA II FARWELL Prtn- !3at. THE MI88~1 ANARLF.S ENGLISH. FREe*C_~__i German H. arding and Lay School. New RruntwiSi New-Jeraev. College, Preparation. Art end M Mt* AnSi for circulars. " ?"wsw *piIE WOMAN'S COLLEGE OF RAr.TTVORE ?"** * JOHN F. 'JO'CHFR PRESIDENT. N-gt session will begin September 17th, lani. F^oerg-g ?ent on applicitlon. THE GIRLS- LATIN BCHOOL BALTTMOBE I BXCI.USIVELT college PREPARATORY Next session will begin September 17lh, HI)* Pr g_?_ e?-nt on application. ~? THE CAMRRILGE SCHOOL FOR TO UNO LADtST CAMiminoE. mass. -^ibs. Advantages of IV "tn. Comfort* of home. Sxall eli Mr ARTHER GILMAN li th. Director'. TEMPLE GROVE SEMINARY. SarstOgS Springs N ~T ?Regular nnd optional courses f r j .-ung '.adis* tee teaehera. CHARLES P. LOWL. Ph. D , President. THE BaQUET INSTITETE. SHORT HILLS N J ~ French. Oerman ind EngP?b teni I of th? Hg* _ order for girls Pm.:1s pr-pared for college ir aorletr HARRIET ATI-ART RAQCET. Principal' llfAIA-i'T LANE si'iimn, "*? ? p.- -ii,line. Devy snd Collette Prepare! ry ' r v'r'?- Mts. year <.pen? Scptemb.-e _-,ih Pct ctr?lier aiMress ' Mrs. THE<'LORA R. BICHARDS, I'-lncpal. Miss SARA LOUISE TRACI', A. M A^ S St* Pru... pal. Germantown, i htiadelph|V Washington. T). C. ??.torwood instit, if: a school bob girls. ls Pull Academic , ,urse. Cdniplete School of Mvderg languages Beet advantage* In Music. Art. ar.i Elucii. ti.n Special preparation toe my Collejga. Hon. I G. Carllele, Se. r.-tary .f Treasury, ?.?'<?<>,: ?<*, t.-iiie piens.jre in uniting with Secretary Herbert in wm. m'-ndlng Norwood Institute, lt hus Lng been reOOfnlSBf, as one of th- best schools for young ladles lu Washing. ton." Opens Sept. 27'h. Address Mrs. W. D. CAUELL. 1.433 K St,. N. W? Washington. D C. Frr Both Bette*,?Country. ?OARLING ANL LAY BCHOOL POM YOUNG ROYS ANL GILLS s.n.; for L-lrciilars Mi*s a. E. TOMPKINS, ITS Nepperfass-sea, Yoakars, N.T. 1?* Ri EN I'S' BCHOOL FOR ROTH SEXES ) -iride* la 1784. Steeliest home, Btajdest* from 18 States. All t*. nominations Tho.-. u?h wrrk In English. Bdea -. C.anica Music ?nd Art Ad1r.se AUGUSTINE JONES. LL. R. Prtrrhtescc, R L nA'KETTSToWN INSTITUTE-Yo mg men prepares for i. liege -ir liuslnes* Ladies' colless. M .sic, art, el cullon; beat building of lt* cU?s; ?t~-im heat, eiectrt* llghta; rc unialn spring ws'.r; two gymnaslusu; g.andle I cit.-d Illustrated rstsloiru* fre. n_0 B. whitney. L. l>. President. Hacketts! ?n N. .1 I>e..n;ngton n i i 'EM nary, b usd b ooTbTbI between phil* .--nd N'.-w-Y .rk. Poe both sesea SJth, ...ir. V ey healthful. Lu tlCi'. ..-.I .. pm le. ll p urses ,f Instrueiloa; IP teacher* cost moderate F r eat. al ??'!?. .tc, address THOS. HANLON, D L. President. 'I'm: OAKWOOD SEMINARY ai Ur- n Spring*! Cs* I mea Co., N Y. A I -arding s ' for boys and girl*. i.ndet i-iu? ot the. New V ?'*. ' ,- f Friends (Orthodox). Flt* foi Haeerford. Brys Mawr and cher collets. ISAAC SUTTON. A. M., P-r.e|pst. IVRaLETAN ACADEMT-BOTH BEXE8 N I - C ans* Sr SpeclnllsVs In Classl.-a Art and Hull. Enlarged ?>* Itowment 'neurea superior edvantag.s si m lerate ?\pe-ee. 78th yi-ax. Opens Sept 12. 1*?:?4. Pne ral cu* ed'ree* Rer. WM. R. NEWHALL, P-1n. STBhesI am. ll? Musical Instruotl -n. CHARLES H HAW LEY VOCAL INBTBUCTION. Nett Bludlo, IM Fifth un Ma i !'???- RiPMIng, _cacr)cr3. tl RIV ATE TUPTtON Mathematics, risa ? French, ?; rman, drawing al moderate raiea. L I college nen; ca. bing for technical - ?- --ir-ment lervlce and regen's' eaamlnationa i speclalt} THOR. 'UGH, Tribune Uptown Office, 1.212 ii Iway. TBACHERS WANTED Ladlee; drawing p intlng ssl higher English; Pren !. inatlvet, ,!:,? ng ind , ? ng; Plwneh (native), Oerman. drawing and , *? i.-'.m- primar) teacher; Kital ^-ni; _ - -. ? . ? ' ? ??*) vim music; Enrf'.'sii lady with Lum. Preach, san* I Irawlng. Oenllemen, eapertenced ?? . of s I ?lenee* experienced I I Oreek .ind hist..tv \^ il) to Mrs, M. 1 YOI MO-PI LTON, American an-! L.r. Ign Teschera' Agency, 'i-i I ni n Biiuare, N- ? York. rt'T''It A Everett Bl ne fTal*) .'.''.1 Sth-ave c-;ieg, preparation .i -i- 'I Hy; rec mmended bj tba Ber. Dr. Jre-r as " i ? md com| tent MU ll I' t TOR HERMAN DRIBLER IA. M.) No I -TT 4!>th si . imk.-s a specialty of preparing pupil* tor -, liege examlnatl us. 7 >?:.!?. raccessful experience, ac* lualnted wl'h the requieeSSSStS af srery lea'.lng c-dlege School ^9fnctt7B. A VKBKICAM ANL POBEION teachers' AOENCT si.ppllea Pr ifeeeora. Teachers, Tutor*. Governes,,.-*, kc. to "' p.-Ke<. Sch.ed* and Famllle*. Apply to Mrs ht J. YOUNG-FULToN. 23 Union S piara SBNCT Miriest Qsprtsn supplies tutor*, prof - t, teach-rs, governesses, etc., in all dei ts . rseoans '?? (hoots to parents, ir.*) Sth-ave.. B ok R'ltliig. cor Sith i\ rvKCULAHS pf etty "r country schools 10 pa-en-s i Best ti ichera, all brandea, pul lu- or private sci :a [EBB 4 HUYSSOON ''nlon School Rur.au. 2 W. 14th-st. IiilE FISK Teacher*' Agencies.?New-York. Roston 'TiU .ago. Los Ang-les. *c ; 4.R41 poaitten* Hied M is MI3. CROCKER *, PRATT. Manage: a. ~0 Sth-ave. Slsttwmi llcsorto AOIBONOACKB, ITDd? _^^__[p@[pg5T.i:d] WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL OCT. 1". H.-iy Fever SufT.-r-is esperlence instant relief lott. Only IO hour* fruin New-York. t'ur lllUBIl lt '? CS** uiur audrts* EATON a TOUNO Kassi a. Atnpatatusd, Prsnklla C . ti Y. CRAMSTOM'S. KVE8T I I ON HUDSON. OPEN ENTIRE YEAR. SEPTEMBER. OCTOBBB nd NOV EM HER, th* Mst Detlghtful snd A ?? tontbs. Ptaasaa E.n.-I a. d In Glass dttrtns " WSNa* lalla Steam Heated, Open-Orsta Fires ah M dees im pavements Sanitary Piuiui-ng. Special Rai s Iof l-*'-S ail and Winter Season. Commut.itww Tl kel tj New* ork. HDL.. STUXG'S %M -\ SARATOGA SPRINGS N. \ a p polar resort for health, change. r-.-? r r*'-r'?-?5 Il the \eir. Elevstor, etectrle balla '? ' P*J . lacee, sun-ps rion ar.1, promenade en th< ' ??**,_ 5 oma erith baths; Baratogs asters ai ' J, JJJ 'ennis. Ac, mi.-.iK-', .-le.-irl.-ltv. all 1 ." - ' '- ':I ,,Ml_ ppllancea. New Turkish and Buss?a bath* ur.*urpa?M*) ! Oilei.lal eleganoe. Send for Illustrated .-ular._ Lil fl r. georgi:, new iibioHTON, st fTN ISI-iNft. MAGNTEICENT LOCATION THE "'NTUY_1_ Hill r I 0IITLETI1 IIBIOH !'? >N, sr Pl N l*'-vN . <i. 'VTl'.N THE - ?'' 'N'TRY 1 GUI' ol' THE CTTT; '.'?'. MINUTES KR vi ''"'y,.''_ IIITKHALL STREET, ri:. MINI TE RilA K f,VFVr" EVVS. EVERY CONVENIENCE; TIE' v. -f V,). VNTAGEoi s AND AGREEAHLE 1'l.vc i .-1'LNII p Ma BOLLBROOK, DUTCHEBS COUNTY. K, Y. OPEN UNTIL NOV. 7TH. T*ke N. Y. Central 10Ki A. M. and 3:45 P M H. H. VALENTINE. Manas* IBi__? l_tlfffllM.iTl._ lU | _DAVID H. Pl.t MER. MANAGER. _ DKUOHTPUL AITUM.N RESORT. mmmvk hot srames. INCOKPARABLE MOUNTAIN CUMATB. Driest and most bracing atmosphere In America. E.nest bathhouse and m. at w.iti.ierful waleit In thh) >untry for th* cure of rheumatism, gout and nervous oubli-a. The Virginia, the Homeatead and cottage* afford ?ny convenience and comfort. Veatlbuled limited tralS Ith dining car lestree New-York S p. m. dally, via Penna, il C. and o. Route, arriving at ll"t Springs I '?" rl __t idulre at C. & O. OrtVe. 262 Broadway. Address FRED 1ERRY. Manager. Hot Springe. Hath Co.. Virginia. 1ATABACT House. Detawara Water Gap ivnn.-M'un* ' tata elite r.airt; health and ptsssurs; bating. r*hing, he and river; roaching partle* dally. L. M. Tt'CKEIt IIGHI.ANIi DELL HOUSE. Open May to Novemle-r. On apur of Illus Ridge. b*> veen Delawar. Water Gap and Ptr.-iudsburg; elevatlos SOO ft., house heated bv .-team; capacity, IS. F>>r cir* dar and rates nddr.*s? J. F. pOl'I.KE. Ptroudshurg. Ps. VT HEN IN ROSTON atop at the AMERICAN II"!'*R, the nearest of 'he largo hotels to the NEW UNION I'ATIoN. European plan. ________ V'HEN IN BUFFALO BTOP^AT~THB GENEREB. \f JfUOABA PALLS forty mlnutaa awsiW-^ _S