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French and English School. Mrs. Degrauw, Principal.

Montrose Military Institute.
Seton Academy.

Paterson.

Fassiue Falls Institute for Young Ladies. Address Rev. J. C. Wyckoff, Principal, Patekson, N. J. Paterson Business College. George W. Latimer, Principal.

St. Agnes' Academy.
St. Joseph's Academy.
St. Eose Academy.
Tallman Seminary.

Pennington.

Pennington Institute for the Education of Young Ladies and Misses, Young Gentlemen and Boys. Established 1844. Beauty of location, healthfulness of climate, and distance from the immoral influences of large towns and cities render it a very desirable place for the education of young ladies and gentlemen. The buildings have been erected with special reference to the comfort and convenience of pupils and are warmed by hot air; extra care is demanded in reference to all fires.

The object of the school is to elevate the standard of education; and, to effect this, none but the best teachers are employed. Pupils of any age are admitted, but not for a less period than one session, un■ less an agreement be previously made. The year consists of two sessions of 22 weeks — divided into two terms of eleven weeks. Vacation during the months of July and August. The Institute is furnished with a Library of more than 2000 volumes of choice books, to which pupils have access at a moderate charge. Lectures upon different subjects will be delivered at stated periods for the benefit of the

Supils. Students prepared for college. Terms reuced to suit the purse and times. Address, for full particulars, Eev. A. P. Lasher, Principal, PenningTon, N. J.

Pennington Seminary.—For convenience of access, healthfulness and beauty of location, thorough scholarship, the development of noble character, home comforts, tender care of students, and reasonable charges, Pennington Seminary claims to be among the foremost in this country. Address Tuos. HanLon, D. D., President, Pennington, N. J.

Perth Aniboy.

The Misses Manning's Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies and Children. Primary, Junior, and Senior classes. The Misses Manning, Principals.

Miss Gertrude Parker Smith's Boarding and Day School for Girls. Established 1873. Will re-open Monday, September 16th, 1878. Terms for Boarders: Instruction in English branches and

Music, per annum $400.00

French, per quarter, from 16.00 to 8.00

Drawing," from $3.00 to 5.00

Extra charges for books and stationery only. The number of boarding pupils is limited and every care will be taken to give them a healthful and happy home and faithful instruction.

Pupils will be expected to attend the Episcopal Chnrch unless parents request otherwise. References from parents of former pupils. Address Miss GkrTrude Parker Smith, Principal, Corner of High and Market Streets, Perth Amboy, N. J.

Plainfield.

Boarding and Day School. Miss H. M. Conrey, Principal.

Plainfield Academy. — A select English. Classical, and Commercial School for Boys. Healthful, comfortable, cheerful, thorough. James Lyon, Principal.

Plainfield Seminary for Young Ladies re-opens September 16th. Miss E. E. Kknyon, Principal.

New Jersey.

Princeton.

College of New Jersey. —28 Instructors; 400 students. Four years' course of study. Academic and Scientific Departments. Post Graduate courses in Philology, Philosophy, and Science. James Mccosh, D. V., L.L. D., President.

Princeton College Preparatory School. — A Boarding and Day School. Refers to Faculty of College of New Jersey. Address Rev. C. J. Collins, A. M., Principal, Princeton, N. J.

Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church. 8 Professors; 114 students. Four years' course of study. Tuition free. Expenses moderate. Rev. Charles Hodge, D.D., LL.D., President.

Ringoes.

Seminary at Bingoes. — 5 Instructors. Thorough instruction in a course of study suited to the ordinary wants of lire. Location pleasant, healthful, and accessible. Mrs. K. B. Larison, Principal.

Salem. Salem Collegiate Institute. H. P. Davidson, Principal.

Shiloh.

Union Academy.

South Airiboy.

Stevensdale Institute.

South Orange.

Seminary of the Immaculate Conception.

Seton Hall College. — Directed by Secular Priests and experienced Lay Professors. Delightfully situated on the Orange Hills — perfectly free from malarial fever. Course of studies, classical or commercial, at the option of parents. Board and tuition, $320.00 per annum. Address James H. Corrigan, A.M., President, South Orange, N. J.

South Orange Academy. — An English and Classical School for both sexes. Solid and practical instruction. J. T. Clarke, A.M., Principal.

Springfield.

Springfield institute.

Summit,

Home School for a limited number of Girls, with all educational advantages, careful training, and motherly sympathy. For circular, with ample references, address the Principal, Miss J. D. Savage, Summit. N. J. Summit Institute.

Trenton.

Capital City Commercial College. W. B. Allen, Principal.

Hew Jersey State Normal and Model School. — 26 Instructors. Thorough Normal instruction. The Model School affords Normal students enlarged opportunities for observation and practice, and furnishes peculiar advantages to young ladies and gentlemen who desire to attend a boarding school of a high grade. Expenses low. Washington Hasbrouck, Ph.D., Principal.

Young Ladies' Institute. — This Bchool is thoroughly aassified, the course of instruction is thorough and comprehensive, and the Directors feel confident that the educational advantages here offered are unsurpassed. French is taught by a native teacher, and Drawing by a graduate from the School of Design, in Philadelphia.

"It is now very generally admitted that children are to be taught Bomething more than simply to 'read, write, and cipher.' The first step iu the business of education seems to be to lead children t.i observe with attention the objects which surround them and then to describe with accuracy the impressions mode upon their minds through the medium of the senses. A knowledge of things must precede a knowledge of words."

It is upon this basis that the course of studv in this Institute is arranged.

New Jersey.

Students are admitted to the regular course, or to pursue special studies selected with the approval of the Principals. Instruction in Drawing will be given to persons not members of the school upon application to the Principals. The school year, commencing the first Monday in September, is divided into four quarters of ten weeks each. Vacation during the Christmas Holidays. Address for all desired information as to terms, etc., Miss Clara Bloodgood and Miss Addie Bcllman, Principals, 112 East State St., Trenton, N. J.

Vineland.

Vineland Institute.

Westfleld.

The Westfleld Seminary for Young People.—This 8chool is now entering upon the sixth year of its existence and has become a permanent institution. In conformity with the times, prices have again been reduced so that the terms are now as low as possible, consistent with securing competent assistance in the various departments of instruction. Pupils entering the Junior Department, can graduate in four years, two vears being given respectively to the Junior and Senior Departments. Pupils can be received at any time into any Department, by passing a satisfactory examination in the studies of the Lower Departments. The classes in Light (lymuastics are free to all pupils of the Seminary, a place in the class being dependent only upon courteous deportment and careful attention to the instruction given.

It is the constant aim of the Principal and her assistants to inspire their pupils with a love of knowledge,' and no efforts will be spared to secure their mental and moral culture, and to surround them with those influences which shall tend to the formation of an elevated Christian character. Although the Seminary is designed primarily for young ladies, young gentlemen are also received. In addition to an Introductory Division, the school is divided into four Departments with a course of study for each.

Board and tuition in English branches and one language, $350.00 per annum. Five-day scholars, $200.00 per annum. Pupils may enter at any period of the year and will be charged only from the time the engagement is made, but they will be expected to remain till the close of the school-year.

Westfleld is delightfully Bituated on the Central Railroad of New Jersey, less than one hour's ride from New York, with which trains oonnecjt frequently during the day. The natural attractions of the village, its delightful scenery, and its elevated and healthful location, nearly two hundred feet above the waters of Newark Bay, combine to make Westfleld one of the most desirable places for residence in the vicinity of New York.

Further information will cheerfully be given by the Principal in response to applications, either in person or by letter. Address Mrs. E. H. Ladd, Principal, Westfield, N. J.

Woodbury.

Deptford School. — For both sexes. Special attention paid to small and backward pupils. Henry R. Russell, Principal.

NEW MEXICO.

Hon. W. G. Rich, Territorial Superintendent of Public Instruction, Santa Fe, N. M.

Albuquerque.

Holy Family Select School for Boys.

Ims Cruces.

Visitation Academy.

Ims Vegas.

Los Vegas College.

Santa Fi.

Academy of Our Lady of Light.

Ne w Mexico.

English and Classical School. G. W. Rigolk, Principal.
St. Vincent's Hospital and Orphan Asylum.
San Miguel College.

NEW YOBK.

Hon. Neil Gilmour, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Albanyi N. Y.

Adams.

Hungerl'ord Collegiate Institute. — 15 Instructors; ltil pupils. Classical. English, College Preparatory, Scientific, Commercial, and Musical courses. Albert B. WAtkins and Orlo B. Rhodes, Principals.

A fton. Alton Academy and Union School. J. M. Spragie, A.M., Principal.

Albany.

Academy of the Sacred Heart.

Albany Academy. Merrill E. Gates, Principal,

Albany Female Academy. — Founded 1814. 11 Instructors. One of the oldest institutions in this country for the education of young ladies. Designed to afford a complete and thorough education from the youngest school age upward. Tuition moderate. Miss Louisa Ostrom, Principal.

Albany Law School ( Union University). 9 Professors; 92 students. Regular course, one year. Fall term begins September 3rd. For terms and information address Prof. Isaac Edwards. Christian Brothers' Academy.

English, French, and Classical Institute. Lucy A. Plympton, Principal.

Folsom's Business College. — One of the oldest institutions of its kind in the country. 5 Instructors. Designed to impart the Business (sciences so as to enable young men to act as intelligent accountants or business men. E. G. Folsom, A.M., President and Proprietor. 1'roebel Kindergarten of St. Agnes School.

Medical College ( Union University). — 19 Professors. The regular course of lectures at the College begins on the first Tuesday of September and continues twenty weeks. For information, address Dr. Jacob S. Moshkr, Registrar.

New York State Normal School. Rev. Jos. Alden, D.D., Principal.

St Agnes School. — A Church School for Girls under Bishop Doane, Sister Helen, and Miss Boyd. Regular and post-graduate courses (Oxford or Harvard), Music and languages. Terms, $350.00 per year. Address Bishop Doane, Alrany, N. Y. St. Joseph's School. St. Mary's School for Girls.

Alden.

Cottage Seminary.

Alfred.

Alfred University. — 14 Instructors; 116 pupils. Equal facilities and equal privileges to both sexes. Primary, Preparatory, Grammar, Academic, Collegiate, and Theological Departments. Uev. Jonathan Allen, Ph.D., President.

Allegany.

St. Bonaventure'i College. — Conducted by the Franciscan Fathers. Founded 1859. Situated near the Allegany River, on the N. Y. & Erie Railroad, in one of the most healthy and picturesque sections of the country. Extensive grounds and large and wellselected library. Course of studies—ecclesiastical, classical, scientific, and commercial. Board and tuition, per annum, $200.00. Address Very Rev. Fha. Leo Da Saracena, O. S. F., President, St. Bonaventure's College, Allegany, Cattaraugus Co., N. Y. St. Elizabeth's Academy.

Amenia.

Amenia Seminary.—Founded 1834. Open to both sexes. 16 Instructors. Eclectic, Scientific PrepareNeyrJTork.

lory, College Preparatory, and Ladies' Graduating

courses. Healthful and pleasant location; superior

advantages; thorough scholarship. S. T. Frost, A.M.,

Principal.

Amsterdam.

Amsterdam Academy.—Incorporated 1839. Open to both sexes. 10 Instructors; 242 students. Primary, Preparatory, Academic, Classical, and Post Graduate courses. William W. Thompson, A.M., Principal.

Andes.

Andes Institute.—For both sexes. Pupils prepared for business, teaching or college. Instruction thorough. Terms moderate. Send for circular. Address Rev. E. H. Stevenson, A. M., Principal, Andes, Delaware Co., N. Y.

Annandale.

St Stephen's College. 8 Instructors; 80 students. Preparatory and College courses. The Rev. Robert B. Fairbairx, D. D., Warden.

Antwerp.

Ives Seminary.
Arcade.

Arcade Academy and Union School. J. H. Gibson,
Principal.

Argyle.

Argyle Academy. Geo. A. Hoadley, A.M., Principal.

Attica.

Attica Union School and Academy. Thomas D. Lovell, A. M., Principal.

Atiburn.

Auburn Theological Seminary. — 6 Instructors; 44 students. The regular course of theological study, occupies three full years. Rev. E. A. Huntington, Secretary.

Miss Helen E. Hart's Kindergarten. Young Ladies' Institute. Mortimer L. Browne, Principal.

Augusta.

Augusta Academy.
Aurora.

Cayuga Lake Academy. Chas. Kelset, Principal.

Wells College for Young Ladies 13 Instructors,

Full Collegiate Special and Academic Courses. Superior instruction in music. location unsurpassed for beauty, healthfulness, and refinement; buildings elegant; a home where parents may with confidence entrust their daughters. Term begins September 11th, 1878. Send for catalogue. Rev. E. S. Frisbee, President

Babylon.

Bay View Institute.—English, Classical. Commercial, and Military School. Near the Atlantic Ocean and Great South Bav. Address L. Homer Hart, Principal, Babylon, Suffolk Co., N. Y.

Balmville (Newhurgh.) Academy of Our Lady of Mercy.

Batavia.

Batavia Union School. — 13 Instructors. Preparatory and Academic Departments. Delightful location. New and commodious buildings. Expenses low. Gardner Fcller, A. M., Principal.

Mrs. W. O. Bryan's Boarding School for Young Ladies. Address Mrs. W. G. Bryan, Principal, BaTavia, N. Y.

Miss E. G. Thrall's Family Boarding and Day

School for both sexes. School year of three terms.
Board and tuition, $100.00 per term. Miss E. G.
Thrall, Principal.
St. Joseph's Convent of Our Lady of Mercy.

Belfast.

Genesee Valley Seminary and Union Graded School.
Prof. J. E. Dewey, Principal.

Belleville.
Union Academy of Lelleville.

New York.

Binghamton.

Binghamton College and Conservatory of Music for Young Ladies. — Doubled its nnmber last year. Terms, $300.00: no extras; Bible College free. Address Rev. R. A. Patterson, A. M., President, BinqHamton, N. Y.

Mrs. L. M. Peterselia's Boarding and Day School, for Young Ladies and Children, with KindergartenFrench and German by the Natural Method. St. Joseph's Academy.

Bridgeliampton.

Bridgenampton Literary and Commercial Institute. — 7 Instructors. Pleasantly situated at the Eastern end of Long Island. Classical, Scientific, Commercial, and College Preparatory courses. Lewis W. Hallock, Principal.

BrocTijHtrt.

State Normal School.

Brooklyn.

Adelphi Academy (Lafayette Avenue, Corner St James Place) 20 Instructors; 538 students. Preparatory, Academic, Special Collegiate, and Post Graduate Departments. Stephen G. Taylor, A. M., Principal. Miss A. M. Anderson's Kindergarten.

Athenaeum Seminary for Young Indies, under the charge of Rev. Georcje Norman Bigelow, A. M., and Rev. John Flavel Biuelow, D. D. This school has been in successful operation for over nine years. The principals and their assistants are teachers of experience, having been connected with normal schools and other seminaries of learning both in this country and in Europe. The school is divided into three departments — Preparatory, Sub-Collegiate, and Collegiate. No extra charges in any department. For full information, address the Principals, Bigelow Brothers, Athenaeum Seminary, cor. Clinton and Atlantic Streets, Brooklyn, N.Y. A. T. Baldwin's Private School for Boys.

Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute. — 30 Professers and Instructors; 683 students. Academic and Collegiate Departments. Classical, Scientific, Liberal, and Commercial courses. David H. CochRan, LL.D., President.

Brooklyn Heights Seminary. — For the education of Young Ladies. Established by Prof. Alonzogray, LL.D., in 1851. The present principal has devoted himself for a period of twenty-five years and more to the subject of Female education; he has had thousands of pupils under his care and is aided by able and experienced teachers.

The edifice is eligibly situated, is 75 feet in front, 65 in depth and five stories in height. There are devoted to school purpose, large and well - ventilated wardrobes, a Laboratory, and rooms for Recitations, for Painting and Drawing, and for Instrumental Mnsic. The school is divided into two Departments—Junior and Senior—each of which is subject to sub-divisions. These classifications are based not upon age but upon the scholarship of the pupil. The course of study includes the English branches, French and Latin, Music, Drawing and Painting, Ac. The institution offers unusual advantages to those who wish to pursue the higher branches of study. It is provided with a large and well selected Library, with costly Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus, Globes, Maps, and Geological Charts, Cabinets of Minerals and Shells, Optical instruments, and numerous paintings and engravings.

The building attached to the Seminary furnishes accommodations for a limited number of young ladies, from abroad. Applications for catalogues and for informations as to terms, &c, both for Day and Boarding pupils, may be made to the Principal, Charles E. West, M.D., LL.D., 138 Montague Street, BrookLyn, N.Y. Brooklyn Institute.

Brooklyn Juvenile High School, 9G Livingston Street. 11 Instructors; 200 pupils. For boys of New York.

from five to twelve years of age. Course of study preparatory to the Collegiate and Pulytechnic Institute. Miss A. S. Dobbin and Miss B. E. Rogers, Principals. Browne's Business College.

Carroll Park School.—A Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies and Children. Delightfully situated in the healthiest and moat beautiful part of Brooklyn. An unusual opportunity is offered to those who desire their daughters to have, in addition to the ordinary benefits of school training, those special advantages and means of culture afforded by a residence in a large citv. Latin and French taught in addition to all the ordinary English studies—without extra charge. Special studies taken at the charges of professors chosen in accordance with the wishes of parents. Students fitted for Vassar College. Address Mrs. D. A. DunNing, Carroll Park School, 242 Carroll Street, BrookLyn, N.Y.

Cheneviere Institute. — French and English Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies and Children. This Institute was founded thirteen years ago by Prof. Makc Cheneviere, and is now under the direction of Mile. Longcuamp and Miss M. W. Mead who, with able assistants, aim to furnish every advantage for a thorough and complete education. English, including the higher branches, is thoroughly taught, special attention being given to daily exercises in Spelling, Dictation, and Composition. Instruction in French and German, Drawing, Vocal Music, and Calisthenics without extra charge. The Fall Term will commence Wednesday, September 18th, 1878. Address the Principals, 19 Elm Place (near Fulton Street), Brooklyn, N. Y.

Miss E. Christiansen's English, German, and French. Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies and Children, with Kindergarten. Pupils received at any time and charged from date of entrance. Thorough instruction given in all the branches of an accomplished education, with superior advantages for German and French Conversation. Qualified teachers are engaged, and special attention is paid to deportment. Each term of school comprises ten weeks. The best references given. For full information, address Miss E. Christiansen, 360 State Street, BrookLyn, N. Y.

Claghorn's Bryant and Stratton Business College. 8 Instructors. A thorough course of study. C. ClagHorn, Principal and Proprietor.

Clinton Avenne Institute for Young Ladies. 392

Clinton Avenue. 12 Instructors. Preparatory,

Academic, and Collegiate Departments. Miss ElizaBeth A, Holoombe, Principal.

College Grammar School. — (1849 to 1878.) Classes small; instruction very thorough and individual. Mathematics, Classics, and business English, as each scholar selects. Address L. W. Hart, A.M., Principal, 44 Court Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Columbia Conservatory of Music, 673 Bedford Ave.
J. J. Alexander, Musical Director.
Convent and Academy of the Visitation.

Miss Cuthbert's English and French School for Girls and Boys. The Fall term of this school will commence about the second week of September, 1878. It is now in session, however, and pupils can be entered at any time. An early application is necessarv, as the number of pupils is limited. A Kindergarten class has been formed and is in successful operation. All the usual branches of an English education arc taught, comprising Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, History, etc. Terms, per quarter of eleven weeks, made known on application at the school. Private Lessons for Adults will be given, if desired, at such hours as may be arranged. Address Miss Cuthbert, Principal, 137 High Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Prof. Davison's Institute.

Jfew York.

Deutsche Realschule. Jos. Deghuee, Principal, 170 Pacific Street.

English Mathematical and Classical School for Young Gentlemen. Students desiring to enter the Military Academy at West Point, the Naval Academy at Annapolis, the School of Mines (ColumbiaCollege), the Stevens Institute of Technology, at Hoboken, or the Troy Polytechnic Institute, will find the course in Mathematics particularly thorough and adapted to preparation for either of the above Institutions.

tor full particulars, as to terms, etc., address J. H.
Cone, A.M., Principal, 19 Greene Avenue, corner
Cumberland Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Female Institution of the Visitation.
French's Business and Telegraph College, 1311 Fulton
Street. Geo. W. French, Principal.
Franklin Avenue Juvenile Academy, 289 Franklin
Ave. M. E. Wright, Principal.
Friends' Seminary.

German-American School. Andrew Faas, Proprie-
tor and Director, 26 Central Ave., (E. D.)
German, English, and French Academy. Mrs. Elise.
Mg.ni.KR, Principal.

Mrs. E. Goodwin's (net W. A. Henrichsen) German-American Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies and Children. This excellent school is pleasantly located on Brooklyn Heights and offers superior advantages for the careful and thorough instruction both of children and young ladies. It has competent teachers for the different branches, and pupils receive the very best care and attention. Mrs. GoodWin is the daughter of a North-German Protestant Minister, and, consequently, the best facilities are offered for the study of German Language and Literature. Address Mrs. R. Goodwin, Principal, 154 Montague Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Greenpoint Academy, 73 Calyer Street, (E. D.) Rev. Oscar Kaselitz, Principal. .

Madam Groschel's Select Family School for Young Indies and Children. It is the intention of the Principal to make this school as select as possible in order that pupils may receive all possible attention. The number of boarding pupils has therefore been limited to eight, and a few day scholars will be received.

English is taught in all the regular school branches, studies being assigned and advancement allowed according to the pupil's age, proficiency, and progress. French is the language of the family and will, therefore, become the daily language of the pupils, and, as one of the family is a German, such pupils as desire can receive correct instruction in the German language.

Music is a specialty in this school; many of the young ladies, formerly in attendance, have been thoroughly educated and fitted as teachers in this branch by Madame Groschel, and are now occupying good positions in schools, north and south. Sight-reading and instrumental music, for four and eight hands, are taught, great attention being paid to regular and careful practice.

Soirees and receptions arc given monthly, when the pupils receive their friends, entertaining them with recitations and musical selections.

The school year commences September 15th, but pupils may enter at any time. They will be charged for from the date of entrance and will be expected to remain for the balance of the school year at least. Girls of seven or eight years of age are admitted into the school, and the greatest care is given to their

{ihysical and mental training, the family manners and loine life of the school rendering such especial care possible. One of the teachers always accompanies the girls to their own church.

Thoroughness is the aim throughout the entire school course and careful attention is given that the principles of every study shall be accurately mastered and correctly understood.

For terms or circulars, apply to Madame Groschel, Principal, 146 State Street, Brooklyn, N.Y.

New York.

Mrs. Hackett's Kindergarten (3G2 Grand Avenue).
Mrs. Harker's School.

Kissick's Commercial, Classical, and Mathematical College. — Day and Evening Instruction given in Penmanship, Business Arithmetic, Book-keeping by Single and Double Entry, Greek, Latin, Herman, Spanish, Geometry, Algebra, etc. Special attention is paid to the instruction of persons whose early education has been neglected. Private instruction is given to such as desire it. A Ladies' Department is connected with the College. The Terms are the lowest ever offered for thorough instruction, viz: Bookkeeping, $10.00 per quarter, $'20.00 per year; Writing, $8.00 per quarter, $16.00 per year; Arithmetic, $8.00 per quarter, $20.00 peryear. Full commercial course, $25.00 per year; unlimited $35.00. English branches at equally reduced rates. College open from 9 A. M. till 9 P. M. Address W. A. Kissick, A.M., Principal, 192 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. Lafayette Academy. Lay College. Rev. John L. Chapman, Secretary.

Lockwood's New Academy for Youth of Both Sexes, 139 and 141 South Oxford Street. 13 Instructors; 181 students. Kindergarten, Preparatory, Intermediate, Academic, and Collegiate Departments. John Lockwood, Principal.

Long Island College Hospital. — The clinical advantages of the Long "Island College Hospital are unsurpassed in this country. For circulars, address Samuel G. Armor, M.D., bean, or Jarvis S. Wight, M.D., Registrar, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Henry Mollenhauer's College of Music.—Thorough instruction given in all branches of music at moderate prices—Pianoforte, Harmony. Singing, and Wind and String Instruments. The design and aim of the Institution is to give to beginners a thorough foundation for a complete musical education and to impart style and finish to more advanced pupils. The opportunities which this College of Music offers to persons desiring a solid education in any or all the branches of music are fully equal to those of any similar institution. For terms and other information, address Henry MollenHauer, Director, or Ernst Grabs, Secretary, 56 Court Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. Normal Business College.

Packer Collegiate Institute. — Brooklyn Heights. Founded 1815. 38 Instructors; 628 Btudents. Designed to furnish to young ladies a thorough and complete college education. Preparatory, Academic, and Collegiate Departments. Extensive library and apparatus. A. Crittenden, A.M., President. Remsen Street Kindergarten. Remsen Street School. Miss Cragin, Principal.

Rivers' Dancing Academy. — This school has been established for a number of years and has attained the reputation of being one of the best institutions for instruction in its special department in this country. Something more than a mere knowledge of dancing, is tanght, and particular attention is paid to correct deportment and physical training, so that gentle manners and healthy development are alike secured. References can be made to many of the leading citizens of Brooklyn whose families have been steady patrons of this school. For terms and particulars, address C. H. Rivers, Instructor and Proprietor, 175 State Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.

8t Francis' College, conducted by the Franciscan Brothers. This Institution is situated in a very healthy part of Brooklyn, and only a few minutes' walk from Prospect Park. Careful and thorough instruction in all the advanced English branches and the Languages. Unremitting attention given to the intellectual and moral culture of the students; (discipline sufficiently strict, yet mild and paternal. Board and tuition, per annum, $220.00. No extra charge for Latin, Greek, etc. For further particulars, apply to the Rt. Rev. Bishop Lougiilin,

New York.

to any of the Rev. Clergy in the City, or to the Su-
Perior, St. Francis' College, Baltic Street, Brook-
Lyn, N. Y.
St. John's College.
St. Joseph's Academy.
St. Mary's Academy.
St. Mary's School.

Select School for Yonng Ladies (Willonghby Ave.)
Seminary and College of St. John the Baptist.

booth Brooklyn Seminary, 370 Clinton Street. Kindergarten, Preparatory, Academic, and Collegiate Departments. A. W. Morehouse, A.M., Principal.

Julius Stern's German and English Institute. — A school for both sexes from 6 to 16 years of age. Four to Bix boarding scholars will be received and cared for. As the private residence of the principal is quite near Prospect Park — Washington Ave., near Flatbush Ave., (Town of Flatbush) — there is no doubt that this is the healthiest and most advantageous place for school purposes on Long Island. Address Julius Stern, Principal, 416 Adelphi Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Miss Whitcomb's English and French Day School.
Williamsburgh Business College.
Wright's Business College. Henry C. Wright, Prin-
cipal.

Buffalo.

Bryant's Buffalo Business College. Buffalo Central School. Ray T. Spencer, A.M., Principal.

Buffalo Female Academy Located on Delaware

Ave., in the most delightful portion of the city. Primary, Academic, and Collegiate Department. 10 Instructors; 150 students. Rev. Albert T. Chester, D.D., Principal.

Buffalo Practical School. — All the High School and Academic branches taught. Students instructed separately. No classes. Students enter at any time. Herman Poole, Principal. Buffalo Telegraph College.

Canisius College. — A Classical and Commercial College, conducted by the Jesuit Fathers. Expenses moderate. For prospectus, address Martin Port, S.J., President, Buffalo, N. Y. Heathcote School. Holy Angels' Academy.

le Couter.lx St Mary's Institution for the Education of Deaf-Mutes.—This Institution, under the care of the Sisters of St. Joseph, and located in the most healthy and delightful part of the city of Buffalo, offers every facility for the moral and intellectual training of Deaf-Mutes of both sexes. Parents and guardians may rest assured that nothing will be left undone to promote the advancement and comfort of children entrusted to their care, by a corps of teachers who have made the interests and training of the Deaf-Mutes a special study for the past sixteen years with great success on the part of the Institution, and with much satisfaction to its friends and patrons.

The scholastic year is from the first week in September till the last week in June. For further information, application may be made to Rt. Rev. Bishop Ryan, or to the Institution, 125 Edward Street, BufFalo, N. Y. Martin Luther College (Theological Department).

Medical Department of the University of Buffalo. — Session of 1878—79. Preliminary term begins October 9th. Regular term begins November 6th. Fees: Matriculation, $5.00; Faculty, $100.00; Perpetual Ticket, $150.00; Graduation Ticket, $25.00. Address Thomas F. Rochester, M.D., Dean, BufFalo, N. Y. St. Joseph's Academy.

St. Joseph's College. — Under the direction of the Christian Brothers. Primary, Preparatory, and Collegiate Departments. Brother Joachim, President.

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