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California, BlRKlLlY.

Mia a Heart's School for Girls. Special cart for health of girls. Gymnasium and outdoor games. Cheerful family life. Certificate admits to University of California and Vaaaar College.

Illinois, Chicago, '060 N. Halsted Street.

The MeCormlch Theological Seminary opens Thursday, Sept. 24. Term continues seven months. Nine instructors. Fine equipment and ample accommodations. For catalogue address " Faculty."

Illinois, Uppek Alton.

Shvtloff College, (Founded in 1827.) The Oldest College in the West. Delightful location. A high standard of scholarship. Excellent library and laboratories. Austsn K. Dk Blois, Ph.d.,President.

Michigan, Olitst.

Olivet College. For both sexes. Three college Normal and preparatory departments. Also r of music. For catalogues address

A. L. Lke, Sec*y.

Kentucky, Hakkodsburg.

Beaumont College. Perhaps "One of the very best of all the Girls'Schools of the South;" in some departments the peer of any in either section. Director in our Conservatory of Music, J. H. Norman, Mus. Doct., Oxon., trained by Sir John Goss, W. T. Best, Rubinstein, and Charles Halle. Beautiful home. Th. Smith, A.M., Pres.

(Alumnus of University of Va.)

Naw Jeksky, New Brunswick.

Theological Seminary Mefortned (IHitch) Church. (Founded '784.) Five professors. Tuition, furnished rooms, fuel, bght, use of gymnasium and library (43,000 vols.) free. Open to students of any denomination. Address

Rev. J. P. Skaklk, Secretary.

North Carolina, Ralsioh.

St. Mary'* School for Girta. (Established m '849.) For catalogue address the Rector,

Rev. Hknnrtt Smkdbs, A.M.

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MAY, 1897.

The Powers and the East In the Light of the War. By Francis de Pressensd {Foreign Editor ofs Lo Tomfs').

Stde-LIgbts on the Cretan Insurrection. By Ernest X. Bennett.

Among the Liars. By H. Cecil Lowther.

The Schleswlg-Holsteln Question and Its Place In History. By the Right Hon. Professor Max MQller.

On Bank Holidays—and a Plea for one more. By the Right Hon. Sir John Lubbock, Bart., M.P.

TtEay Carols. By Miss A. M. Wakefield.

The Home of the Cabots. By Senator H. Cabot Lodge.

The Progress of medicine during the Queen's Helgn. By Malcolm Morris, F.R.C.S.Ed.

Goree: A Lout Possession of England. By Walter Frewen Lord.

The Apotheosis of the Novel under Queen Victoria. By Herbert Paul.

The Speech of Children. By S. S. Buckman.

Tobacco In relation to Health and Character. By Ed. Vincent Heward.

Gongora. By James Mew.

The Sacrittce of the mass. By J. Horace Round.

The Duke of Argyll's Criticisms. By Herbert Spencer.


MAY, 1807.

A Study In Turkish Reform. Ay A

Turkish Patriot.

Unpublished Letters from J. s. mill to Professor Nlchol. By Prof. W.


The Twentieth Italian Parliament.

By Ouida.

Professor William Wallace. By J. H.


"Rpic and Romance." By John Oliver Hobbes.

The Island of Sakhalin. By Henry de Windt.

Degrees for Women. By J. F. Tanner.

The Wrong Way with the Navy. By

Win. Laird Clowes.

The Idea of Comedy and Pinero's New Play. By W. L. Courtney.

Russia on the Bosphorus. By Capt. Gambier, R.N.

Madame Bartet. By Yetta Blaze de Bury.

The Case Against Greece. By Diplomat


Crete and the Cretans. By Dr. E. J


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1. Life in Poetry: Poetical Expression. By Prof. Courthope, C. B. Nineteenth

Century, February, 1897.

2. The New Realism. By H. D. Traill. Fortnightly Review, January, 1897.

3. Oibbon's Life and Letters. By Herbert Paul. Nineteenth Century, February,


4. Coventry Patmore: A Portrait. By Edmund Gosse. Contemporary Review,


5. Coventry Patmore: The Praise of the Odes. By Louis Garvin. Fortnightly

Review, February, 1897.

6. The Child in Recent English Literature. By Prof. Sully. Fortnightly Re~

view, February, 1897.

7. The Blight on the Drama. By William Archer. Fortnightly Review, January,


s. The Individual Always the Unit. By Horace Seal. Westminster Review,

January, 1897.

9. On the Selling of Books. By J. Shaylor. Nineteenth Century, December, 1896.


1. The Elizabethan Religion (in correction of Mr. George Russell). By J. Horace

Round. Nineteenth Century, February, 1897.

2. IrenaeUS on the Fourth Oospel. By Prof. GWATKIN. Contemporary Review,

February, 1897.

3. The Mussulmans of Tndia and the Sultan. By Canon Maccoll. Con

temporary Review, February, 1897.

4. The Papal Bull. By Sydney F. Smith, S.J. Contemporary Review, January, 1897.

5. The Burial Service. By Prof. St. George MiVart. Nineteenth Century, January,



1. Timber Creeping in the Carpathians. By E. N. Buxton, Nineteenth Century,

February, 1897.

2. Bacteria and Butter. By G. Clarke Nuttall. Contemporary Review, January,


3. Spencer and Darwin. By Grant Allen. Fortnightly Re-view, February, 1S97.

4. Tlie World Beneath the Ocean. By Arthur P. Crouch. Nineteenth Century,

December, 1896.


1. Morals and Civilisation. By H. G. Wells. Fortnightly Review, February, 1897.

2. Poor Law and Children. By E. S. Lidgett. Contemporary Review, February,


3. Elementary Education and Taxation. By Francis Peek. Contemporary

Review, February, 1897.

4. The Commercial Expansion of Japan. By H. Tennant. Contemporary

Review, January, 1897.

5. Law and the Laundry. (1) Commercial Laundries. By Mrs. Bernard Bo

Sanquet, Mrs. Creighton, and Mrs. Sidnry Webb. (2) Laundries in Religious Houses. By Lady Cavendish. Nineteenth Century. February, 1897.

(i. Individualists and Socialists. By the Hon. and Very Rev. the Dean Of Ripon. Nineteenth Century, February, 1897.

7. The Depopulation of France. Wesminster Review, December, 1896.



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On the Crest of the Alleglianies, 3,000 Feet Above Tide-Water.

Season Opens June 21st, 1897.

This famous mountain hotel, situated at the summit of the Alleghanies, and directly upon the main line of tne Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, has the advantage of its splendid vestibuled express train service both east and west. and is therefore readily accessible from all parts of the country. All Baltimore & Ohio trains stop at Deer Park during the season. There are also a number of furnished cottages with facilities for housekeeping.

The houses and grounds are supplied with absolutely pure water, piped from the celebrated M Boiling Spring.'* and are lighted by electricity. Turkish and Russian baths and large swimming pools are provided for ladies and gent'emen. and suitable grounds for lawn tennis; there are bowling alleys and bill* iard rooms ; fine riding and driving horses, carriages, mountain wagons. tally-ho coaches, etc., are kept for hire; in short, all the necessary adjuncts for the comfort, health or pleasure of patrons.


D. C. JONES, B. & 0. Central Building, - - Baltimore, Md.

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