Teachers' Association Meeting.

The fifty-ninth annual meeting of the Massachusetts Teachers' Association will be held today in Huntington Hall, on Boylston street; and tomorrow at the Natural History Rooms' Hall, corner of Boylston and Berkeley streets. Today addresses will be made by Professor H. H. Horne, of Dartmouth, on "The Education of the Will," and by President Caroline Hazard, of Wellesley, on "Moral Training in Schools." The afternoon will be taken up with discussion and conferences. Professor P. H. Hanus of Harvard, will preside at a conference on "The Necessity of Organizing Contemporary Educational, Experience."

Tomorrow an address by Superintendent William C. Bates, of Fall River, on "The Will and the Power to Do and to Be," will be followed by the reports of the treasurer and committees.