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Xasmlia*.--The Coaled tes.-t-Psd sher.
P a communication in .- Baltimore
we gather some particulars which we
do o remeiiember ha :isen baeo in
F r Fisher. v g relating to
"or r ls amoggrful interest.
-Itn annot be thoithe re1uhi lt of her
interview with apoen
e uset ofher alienation of mind.
Kdore -ibee mie veryintimatewith
the Em and when lie weould come fom a
w t herouriend wuld ash, "And
i sea ,"o-the
h s t animated
both o tefM o ei m aeroires .to
She tereoi le . O Id r r
singin Wnr d the town Oof
ga butrete surrounded in atel p w re
bhae wa everyD cwsing every wan
i t tunnefell him wand seith aoutto beArrng
sh ent to her interview wiadth apo
nd Im nerable on the point ois, re
g the obnoxio erals, and hi s re
_. h me.'-ids iawas-shi- lof
c aihhe with of .She Emperor, who
thlea e teribe "t ouhen fate.
:nag in her 'Journey at the town of
pýi g muc she asked of thmind Upon qfeerat
nterview hem wrote dowhtfnl was she for all
iat lndehendieg. bet in mattern and eti
se was every inchuan-e. esntl, and
ttingon one-o¬the-Fre-vrestold onge
of yer-zcdons officers ofrered her his hand.
ot tunnedhim with a look. Arriving
lee ; nd m nexorable on the point of re
g the obnois thou generals, and saw his re
aol leave them tothefr fate.
Iruai~riich ior ~hesm ini rL pon qiaitting
th terview h wrote down word- for woid
oall at had pused betwern Napoleon and her
e sent it toper husiband. Argentleman
n <hv persosIof aingilian ttold a th e l dge
t -e. Fmperor received the letier
fro tae he walked x and down -his
1 orin't; towards mor. nalln hintin
o anti-cha primber theoining) and
show fullof tire and
- ia the e - t cold Carlotta.
nanope mentionw as intinsag nity
and el ehad bstirrken, and h e so
live under t he s rthe It was thenn
to Meio when we paty too happeared ato
to her his own ehand ithoube. t a consppter
hePope's Cenisner. maa iznigined7
ends sent th Hon toly Fthe ity of Mould
o ton hard ofaway. heist orni whenthey
hocolate togethen she di ped her
neii th.ePo s up. w Ion't do that, m
, a Father,tn hin' wh he
so badlyt yo And many
yongs American priest, Father Fisher,
to the last, is a young priest who
Jenehe for not fol'ow his anol t a i the
lltasm and eloque edince to the ol
di when th , spirits falt d H e voated
ivio live under the Northern Government;
isd, to blejico when we 3ll, ande appeared at
lordova without shoes and without a copper.
wur, ends wsent int on to the city of Mexico,
a uton hard of histd by p chinFatheyr with
rat muccis. Neft, he wats Ytetd conies
S amthe, o as with, him when he
w s redmso bsadly and1a . many
e n!&ir tor id esittin'dIg. -
lase t War was written tdthe ePope, ask
in bl osing is artfelo nlprnyingr his
for venes for not follow his ad lvice in the
question. The itopposed his going
an huiued what hd po eued -" thaude
wo probably give life and do no good-"
an prays forgiveass upon his enemies and
all e ay -hlve fene-in disobedience to the
H Father. Ahbwhat aiuth ! They spat in
his- iy took his clo has-ef; they fed
S trough wl of the Hrs belond at, the
was weaks upto the pto re ine lfoa
tio has n-lnche.d by ather Fisorher
an hbisbbo ofneretaa. Yet, he stood
Up a m the e ast side .ulted hambi r
tep feet qare, ta d on the fwefct uedthe
r another, shot at him beforeae was
Am_ DpobQaVdyE nAT- wVAZsla M.
Li ant Waurren writes to tie stne olderx
p' vs Committee, in Ingland, under iate
of December He th ainks st, that the
wor of exy will thbe city is advancing
SIo has discoveredto that te under
padivide rMonin from the fuidcth Gatne
n south ('nil of the Huper part of the
ofhto be sti ,pt the pit orr itself a t
the , no-brancht the depth. At its northern
eid i on the east sidedP vaulted chamber
dr ad y feet re, and on the weiht uniot
Thbe one duof ts he helourves o the olwater
oft lekusalem. On thinsthter hand, i
Valley wil he found to sweep a ha
d dhescen to the "Vrrd yagis belont,
divide for ith firot time, Ophei-a act neprov
whinMr. Warren ur part of thinks wis provel
Snnected with the staIwater yencem of the broo
w e sto d or onoaled when thbilt a
Sat Bh tilly, whichi wilay lone I
eel, at the depth of mor then ixty
n#Wtlma Bacify, hic wil son e I
bO~s6ldoponod tor Vt-elowos..p
Some years ago ase saitione was
created by the statements ofr eisbterine
reigarding the appointment, of chap p
the ,pyr . By his showing-ande
figures corrolborative of his, -the
Eplaicopalians enjoyed almost nopoY
in this branch of the servt The it
annualatatemuent showed more eagwitable
distribution, for "the "vinists had a few
aroused the ire 41 the dieiples of John
Wesley, who1 _ned some aWare in thedi
tribution of-the spoils. But who ever heard
of a Catholio receivinga dl'ay chaplplaicy y
facts were secied to our mindin
-atter to the Boston lot, by- a correspon
•e written from or SaIthil, M.T.,qiom
1hit`e f b'Onsato.
e.a,.. yuniuwe ap9 ,en una
am seille'ofht - infmary was badly
must-diea He .h : "aO, woergula t a
lovoe ofhth n oldrnIipon eomes over me now.-
Id give all the orld th see athesr uphy, of
_Chicsgo, before'I die.. - ...uy, n - o_ r
SOr anstetution, that which the soldier i
boud toie his life for wheneved- One reasory,
does not dicriminate in tfair of, or against any
partieul religion the-t. I trst some bishop
hewalls - brta-aetoin hand. -ew that
m conseientius. - Hly believe that Catholio cler
love nofwold soon acomquire an influence with
d give the Indianawordif staton sed in this country, that
Chicagl e of lasting benefit to the government.
Ti trueon with utiony pratt ideasch hof the sv s
ges, epecislly the__'orthern_Siou, I _do not
bouin it possible to Chriftians f or even civilizee
the present eneration, but their childrena, if
llowed to live, must dcrexist in a of, or against any
ive e allir play; believet the Catholic ler
gyanood wohave sees tothe army, and influence withem
have their proportion of the appoi ant of
I espe not a Catholio; bnt Io, I do not
the presen thatichurchgo to the dyingldren, if
hood have- acce was rampant, and th -re m
post. haplain shrunk from the duty. Dring
the late war, who done more to soothe the sick
and wounded soldier than the Sisters of Char
ity- God bless thens; if there is s heaven, such
deeds must surely lead to it.
The words of the old soldier is ringing in my
ears. It sounds in"the rippling waters of the
Big Horn river in the thunder that echoes - i
the -, in- the rustling of the' -ottonwo_
trees-in the' balmy breeze that comes'frolt4
mountains-I fancy the strange birds that
over the fort repeat, " A love of the old religion
comes over me now."
Army officers, and commissioners to the
Indi dss, have frequently referred to the in
fiuencee~tecised by Catholic.misionaries
over the wild children of the forestl and in
he ir reports to the department have ac=
knowledged, in pointed terms, the aid de
rived from. thine source. In particular to
FatheCf e Smedt, have the warmest thanks
of officers commanding onthe frontiers been
tendered for his important services.
OdaRIGx OF COIN-It was in tie reign of
Servius Tullius, 550 years before Christ,
that the Romans first coined money, using
copper for that purpose. At one period of
history ccattle appears to have been thesole
Just fancy tho fi ur ,of aq elderly lady
from the congtry, driving up to the door of
Alderman Wild, and,, L4uang purchased a
pound of-randy, handin-over an oZ in pay
ment1nd demanding two sheep fer change!
Or just think of an elderly gentleman enter
ng' an omnibus and putting an: entire sheep
trou h tliltite hol e," payment fai ride.
- tduie these unagmnary examples with
a view to show you that the poesaion of
anoo o s crtf urruwl t money
-sheep being totally incompatible. It is by
the consequence of money that we have
these and other now important conve
niences of life.
- Even to this day, the skins ofianlmal are
need as noney in the northwestern extremity
of our 'own continent. And even -inour
closer neighbors, up among the Blue
Noses, I am again to undestawt~ ,that dried
fh is used as money among the intives of
this da• .
What a shocking reflection it must burta
the young people of our-time, that the re
fined Romaus had no other eoin than copper!
Now-a-days, ifs-young lady buys4 little
slip of court plaster in a drug store and
hands the clerk a quarter to pay for it, that
erxquisitely polite gentleman elegantly
wraps the changd in a tiny piece of whitey
brown paper, delicately lrfuied, and with
an elaborate bow, hands it to the fastidious
young lady. - -
-Copper, hpwsr ,-ma-a e y ,--,elent
nmedium of ehange, until ,ickesl pennies were
invent-d. Bulint it must have Ibtckninbr,,ut
coin. We can form ri£dld' of the iiaability
,f copper for the pIurl.ro of commrcie, if
we faniy ourselves obliged, in that curren
cy, to pay thie dulties-on an invoice of silks
or t c.argo, of teas.
Silver was not coined until 200 years be
fore Chrit-~35U years after the first coinage
'iThe w-orld had wonderfully advanced in
civilizntionu l-frre gold -Was coined in'tJ
At'the head piolice *ttlne, Dublin, on-thlBth
nIt., 'three men, naamed Cnrey, Kelly, and Whe
lan, were charged with steding £6o in cashk
freon thepesrom of Mr. Levey~1thm public house
at Thounne street, op-the .7th of December.
The prisoners wee conmmitted for trial.
h Ia plina ~ t~ighlody eld
as " rury -tt pozsi t view--- elrdy
vyirtues, and theunbounded influence7*hich
she exercised-in a-sphere so seldom adceeal
okrto rwo ire eras 'AllU pirticulare or
he-r 1lf6TndE uriundings ofremarnable in
terest. A Russian by birth, "chismatic
through education, her conversion to;
improbable of events. dowed by nature
wih great good senii-a logical mind and
quick perceptions-the investgatiEonce
commenced, was pursued with ardoral
frank-desire to arrive attruth-thlaw oncl ,
lpn~ss s lnevitabie as it must ever bewith
ahm e U~U 1U1*=Ufl d. the reek
e brced the Catholic faith. .A ehatsigd
abbde bebaae aeceasery, and-Taribst
~~f .iq ture genial_ h fuen
of the Empire, it' was-deemed neemary to
down- and punish the innovatiom'; but
.,* *e ncf :et cheertisil k:
e-ltedt In P she h saloons werethore-,
sort of all eminen eology, philosophpy,
ere, Father cordairo D,.DeBs Mont
unoyeny and hst Af p nminent fore -
Ioastanty tbront the delightfhle_,
of a hote s,_who had the art to-reconcile
the ·aost opposit6sentimeats. Amif
this apparestturmoil and worldliness, asys
tematio and rik~ily- onsistent Christian life
was led; andsuch was the esteem in which
she was held, that eminent ecclesiastics
sought her advice. -
---Thefollowin g-cmt ents are--bya Protes
tantreviewing her life recently published:
We have perused this interesting volume with
uncommon pleasure. The life -of Madame
Swotohine embracod the most' extraordinary
eventful period-in the history-of modern times.
Bornin'l7Ai , her childhood was passed during
the French Revolution; and as she grew to
womanhood the spletndid- star of Iaapoleon be
gan to dazzle theiworld, and to go on inoreasing
m brillianey, until it was-quenched forever in
the boo of Waterlog; she rejoiced at the res
toration of the Bourbons, and wept at the rev
olution of July. She continued to reside in
Paris durlng,Lhe reign 'of-lonia Philippe, and
lived to witness the revolution of 188tt, and the
eetablishment of the second Empire under Na
poleon LL Descended from .one of the most
distinguished families of Ruasia, the youth of
Madame Swetehine was spent at the.court,
where her father .filed an important position.
At the early ge of seventeen she was married
to Gen; Swethine,e tea-military_ commandant
prt. Peter rg.- -Her-soial eccomplishments
drew around a ost brilliant society of the
capital, which was then graced by the presen
of ur illnskion Frenemne, wliieh -
:. onalk d bhdiched from theirounr. - -
In a few years Gen. 8wetchlie fell under the
suspislon of the court; and they removed to
Paris. Madame Swetchine's malo soon became
posses" the adorable beauty of Madame Roca
mier, which brought to her feet poets, philoso
phers, painters, princes-and emperors, but she
phewedr singtarly-gifted mind, a classical
literary- taste, which could -appreciate the
mighty qualities of Homer and Vir'l, Shake
speare and Dante, Goethe and.&hiller, end a
beautiful dispositiQn, which won the hearts of
all who approached her. "Few. women have
lived so deep, so wide, so crowded a lifeas
Madame Swetchine, and with so profound an
appreciation o it; as a character, she muest
hold a front plae-amnong-the -mot-origim
pure, and fascinating, revealed in all hisatory.
The combination in her of natural force, intense
passion: acquired 1 nowledge, resignation, and
repose, s truly wonderful. The life of Madame
8wetchine, her lpnely studies, and sublime as
atione;- her extraordiy personal attain
ments, her philaninropic labors, her literary
pr6daetions' her sweet socjal charn and vast
influence, /ier thrice roy.l friendships with
kingriloa]p.J Q , andSaints the sober rap
tures ofher relus fath ,fo as example
whose edifyiig inter mt: and value are searely
sur seased i the minds of her sex." -
Ma lame 8 tchine's beautflhland exemplary
life was closed 'by a holy death, at Paris, in
lS5 ' surrdunded by weIe relativsm and
Dsnortxlzcrr or ea -Manici -'Fian.l or
PLFwORCE.-The London M~ ty Pest has a
interesting letter from its Tue correspondent,
giving in account of the disinterment of the
celebrated Medici familyofeFlrence, who for so
so long a period were the. absolute rnlers of
that country. We makehthe following extract:
"" Whben Louis XV in his chilhood aske4 his
tutor if kings ever wdie are told that 'Quel
qunfois, Monseigneur, was the cautious -nd
courtly answer. -However, the Florentines-had
an opportyinit1 sihtirng themuelves-of the
S oubted fact. The w - nastyo? the Me
Sdi was dbirinterresd It w foun4 that the
wooden cohflr-tr-the- 'ultsi of Se -&er aeme
weremouldering away, so oriers were bven to
have them repla.ed, and the whole family,
from Giovanni delle Bande Nere, and his son,
the-firet Duke Cosnmo, to John Gastoon; the last
of the royal house, all, dbout sixty inh number,
the sevensovereigns, with their wives, children,
brotlhers-aU in bshort that hatve ever Ibeen con
signed to the toumbat-nan Loreno, with only
two exceptions, were removed from the old,
Sre paratory to being-plpb ed in new coffins. Of
ede ntcliznaome tvrenty were opened for the
first time." -
Tni EsTAnIozIlenn CHuIRC'IH.-The friends-and
the foes of the Irnsh church establishmeut are.
sctavely.engaghd il nmnrshaling their ,.rc'e and
lpreparing fi1r a tes i ~risseterm irn thet apiproach
igi seasl,,n. A detfetice msocititonu is heaing
organized on an extensive scale, and there,,cat
d.laratiou of hostility to the p-re.eit chu:lrch
ettlemnent hais calinl fiiith a cuuntler d.clh:rn
tion. At the head iue.rlte tuanes of the Mar
qulin of O,-nnltol,, the Earls of C:arrick, iErrie,
illalndoll, andl UIldRdl, Lords Cnstle:ulintle, FarIn
Iharnl, Grallnore, I):gby. Malwey. Clarinna, Cof-'
ton, ol:d George lill. "lTherle ar alo live hon
orables, nine barnuets, twelve elnblers of Par
limunat, twenty-fir .lieutenants and deputy
Ititntaumnt, thirty maugistrates, forty Queen a
ccunsel, eighteen doctuolts, mand a numerous force
of-rofasiodil and other gsntlempu, rsp9cta.
bhe merchantsand trMder
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IROBPOTUS- OF- TBBSPBRING-HUL %COLLUEGE,
-1(ST.-Joa), UAn* Muan., ALsmUnA.-This Literary
mtitltiont isne aporte l by the State of Alabams, and
dncted by namabers of the Soeiety of Jesus.
The miteoathe ~ullege, on risang ground, one hundred
nd Aity. eally healthy
S er religious deaeminatlio are admittedi
prowv td that, with a view to order and uniformlty, they
are sdl1ng to attend the exercises of the Cathuolic wur
Splan -of' Instruction embssea Greek-. f1td
Matheatacs, Astronomy, Natural d Mle a P r.
phy, with the aditon o.ok ping, and the usual
Spaisah and German are o t the opinion of
parents or g daaians without ea cbrcharg.
ThengeiTradmisastni is frdm nine to lfteen. No one
is reeived who des a ow how read and write.
Every three months re 'rtle seat to parents and
oardtanU , stating )aunct, po rank in i.ins, with
has reslt of[ the qsrly er mgti3" o.
ettemt not known to be from puarents or guardians,
ii be uopened by an ofer of the College.
Bard, Tution, Washing, Btatoer.. ....... ~ 00
Eetrase'mney, (first year only) ........ . 1000
hiclir fees and Pharmacy ................. -Q-Q~
Bedding, if furnished bythe College .............. 0 O
N. B --lt. Payments are to be made in gold or equlva
lent in curreucy.
id. Each haL-eaon is to be paid In advance before a
d. N'o deduction is made for less than.-month, or for
money advanced for entrance fee, bedding, and aiLfdical
4th. Bookm are furnished by the College at the expensr
of lJrenta anu gu.ardane.
oLth. No advance 1 orumde by the College for.books,
clothing, traveling, dentistry. pocket money. etc., be
yo d th. aneont elpuosto, with the Treanurer L~ meet
nuch elzpena. - -
u MUSIC AND DIRAWING
Form extra thu ge, and are taught at the request of
parents and guarianus. The terms (tin gold) af .
Piano ...... ..... ...........................$7 00
Violin or Flute...... ...........................
Vocal .Music ....... ................... ..... o
Drawing .....-.-.....-- ..-- .. ........a. . 5 0
CI. IT IIING.
-Twelre r"irts. (wetle h.bedk.rchtieis, twelve pairs of
:sock: si cravats, f.,ur patf a of dir.wers. six towc., six
u.apkint, two lummer frock costs, two su,um.r veits,
two pears of winter pantalouns, four inlrcsunrm pants.
bonu, four pal-s of shoew one cap, uue ouilel, one spoon,
one lork, one tle kalffe..
If rfurnihed by lparents--one pUilow three p pfowe_.
trhis pir of shests, one miqitte Bar, ose double
weolsn baaket ue whalte eeuntera. .
_ _e L. CUIRL ,. SJ., J.PmIdeit.
o t.: el-i g .,_-o - tra - rand Cotes -A;
_. Th ora~mslo a ý to t MdC .-t t - _es
S Tr u tionery. '. Me-di ..
iThe artiales of tbtepup l fken owl M to .
X10 anum- --P- --O- e, J4
s, ý uat doe -s cý-ae .. ,A . ..
, thluto haO athel t t Ocetao b o
second. ho oatoreh
-No cl othing, traveling. or 5 u e:.
num oy th pare ts for thse ear. -..
The e of aimisalon is from ton to fifteen y . It
L required ht athe rpupll know previously how to wead
and cards r ,e ora t .cr UIo aI c J .
For Ib ther itf ron. nd t to
rer c d T E1- N a e e treet.'
p b S m US f TE CUOLLDG OF . -
ite .Father m du o
Popetryo jh s1ead itoryl rl 0
,. tirih498ttoji4sitltuokkae g the usual
artimusrit o' tted, y e u.- l-- -e uarow 1 .
iTh aeehs...-...........ntngo. Th.. e ....100
g bets ofrthe tinatinactorpa.
_ veri imm "itbs enrn Ls m atd o tends as ti.-t
oarre t Ge niris, - - /e:! d ibAp .. ot. . ..l f!-. "±
D .......o' . witho .. leSIoSmm -0
ti and one ra ae.
aNo ode ireondor atbsfe tory. inpiase of druiect
hneios a rt aditte r an se ths e -in itn o
etr et of o e ma na , to ne t tlow:
'itathe e f the eg
an o.nfebr Degrees; itir o toar7 hrrorts. eran th
t, oadvantages for e.lzu4. anilni
io a int ao d Ir aam-do yR s l a
memtblaor of sih orte hos..e andtsh ... ud.. . of the0
- of public confide ssaitorsdy gained and ore annal
inetloeae of t ite nuPeb er th dentd. The sc a of f e o -7
Trmoenth m .r.id fi. Dareojt yefir nr.. d fu.g. .. -
and mnorals tro net toatsfactort. Pupils of all decoi.o
The lrlt, no the first.Monday In Septezbar; the iecond,
o November 15tha the third, on F6bruaryrlst; and the
. Col legTIaI and Commercial Couresa)
p.r qouater-c1 2 n h.tb ed u.. .. . .1. L00me
Tition ttdiecor and First Preparatorye CIaes, per
"pa"ter of a months...: .. ............. 00
Tutmon-Thirs... aSatory Clara, per quarte of
...months..................-............... 1 50
Toe tlmni-Foute Preparatory Cams, per qarteo rt
- .lonthe.... ......... ................h .. 10 00
THf ardeur .......... ........... ....- ... n00
Moel-Pian6L Ii•er quarter ............ ..... r 00
,Xiolin, Istriggs furnlolisl,)perqgnaror. 19.00
teb.ruto ad ur an a ther Wind neatrwunpt oer J
quarter............................. 10 00
afi"r'the beginning of a qur-tor,.
tin .nlasediat week or more from the beginning of
the hldunarter to the time of entering, will be mdeo on
ean for the ensuing q arter.nth
Book and Stai r tionery aucnced a trrhnt price-.
No deduction for abence. except iortne i protracted
uts~ioPter. ledr oin nf .. ewh wths. .wn drn
Vaed), uer tdana to hear
Ss t e the Institution
without permisseon, or does nut sattsfactorily account for
protraeted abseene, when-e repeateidly tranegreese the
iruls'o the College in matters of importase and sitef
roper admonition, incurs, according to thre reldenr
out, the penalty nLzfpulsion. tb, I)ceturs do nd -
vra-bound to.rfandnany of-. . p.i-- teu.ne.. pa
No Student recdtted for a hortr eriod t one
Quarter. No deduction made when wrtliurawn nring
the Quarter, no matter how sbortsa time ho may have n
in the College.
COURNSE OF STUDIES.
Euglish Literature, Lale and Rhetoric. Hietory,
Ancient and MLoder - Elocution, MetaphnVia. .thlcn,
Cbhtletry; Algebra. higher; Geomety. 'ianue Solid,
and Spherical; Trigonp retry, Surveying, Navigatia,
analjytical Geometr 2- Tnrentla nd--integial Ctculw
Amtrunomy, N ,turaI biluophy b French, traiwrarand
Corposeltion; lhhd (xc-/- ,
_, couanciat. ..... ,/ - -
Gremiar, Epiatolary Curreepondeute. Comphostlon.
er. , o Arithmetic, ook-Kerph.g. Histury, rench. -
J'artictzar ttantionpaid to Penmai ip. -
-, -- aszrAitTOT. .
Junior Clams--Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithme.
tical Tables,a-Cphering, end-Prench Reading.
utewmediato Ciasee-ln addition to the oab -
Georaphy, English Grammar, Arithmpti, intcllectual
ean prtt : iScrd HEaistory. Compoaitiun, Elocution
Algebra, eliementaty French, Muaic. vocal and instu.
me. tl,.and atin (tiammm..
0'IONAL eUrTII5s=s--a.rc, DnIAwto, nusiC. -.
Special attention is given to the Musical Leipartment,
both vocal and Instrumiental. Two 'bras bands, the
members of which are chosen aidorig the etudenta of the
Colleg. rehearse dally.undier the guidance of a oumpo
tent ipseoseor. .
Thia Commorcial Department is expremly dlesigned f
younmg men whointin to devote themu lvcs to the ac..
There ito an examination hold eachguarter, when tho
students are promoted, though they may be ponaoted -
ofiener In case of romarable prolcSiency. At the cud of
the acholstic year is held the public examination at the
ose of uwhich prbminma.are. datrtibuted accrdg to
merit. acratina mummoeae about the Id of July, and
end on the first Mounday in September.' fi
ASS CRIUSTIAN COLLEUIE, PASS CIIIRTL.s, -
.Mia..Incorporated Ortober, 18066, bu a act of the
_ tuauf.thee State of Miaaimsppi. irectedby the
-oaring long felt the many inonvenlaooee attending a
boarding hool t the city, the Chrietan rothezs hbave .
been _utirug- in their.eforte toprocure en eligible ait
fur one int hae.unty, and they have now the sati. ,.
Son of informing their piut.on ad the puble that such
a plae. ha bean slected, comblning may advantage .
which oon d ecarmely e found.iLtoethieIn say oither.
The buldingat Pam Christian, hitherto knhw as ths
"Pae Christin Hotel," ha been purchased with this
view; ahd to fitted up in a Ityle whichcacutaii to ion.
aer-e4+4av4ite resort to stpdenma sad their pareut,-as
once it wad to the summer ecrirlonit. .-J
The spaeious buildu-g" t s ths)qteu, nmdew to
edNOation5'UOO fieaJI I play
grounds naand sa meding grov.te s. atrar anea
of the w14depeAd piuelforeta in the mer, with the op
pqrtentiq for sea bathing srd in th tinl Immdi-.
ately in I ut and the dedilhcil sea breas, ull ..,...
in'haki.r'ae h , CtiethmCoihes e whatever its dirseto"'e
eoulhotdn. for it, or any of their pat roe desire.
, )Aat nuthing might be wanti•n to the-intittutio a
g pietegJyinuaiumu haa boae ouuatructcd. ou cxteualve
inay ofit wri orksatestblaed.r and a cbarLr oh.
graWnmt dlglnia. €oofer.egrse. ·an beatew-aiM
-1" cLasoeams, study hall. dormitory, ad refectory
are on-ae8e oequal teenay in the Country .
With gun.torlcllitLie than those wohm.h hove already
won for the Christtan hrthre the cnrld, ncr of the
pub 0, they wiUll now bemttcr able to proumte the I~hy
mcal, mtirai, and iatelleetoddn eiiupuient thllcautnoentu
tuimmittedtoth"ifhrs. The syituurnr-gicilumeut to
statbliehed diecipline. tin studeut will be i,tmilue&d
whos lninisiu an morale ar-c net stua:turav. ataidehta
of all doeuminationa ae admitted, anud their religiona
oliniono arc unreatwieted. .
The uodadnuic year rommences bop thelGit Monday in
iStyteiuibcr, audt nl h •t thS" i-guin iliu uf July.
thur, hu unyi ds.io to aaldl tthciuslvea of the opIor
" --- TERLMS.9:
i'eymemta for term of Ote mouths. invariably in ad- " •
it,Ii. washling. tuition, and dortlt'a fee, per t.rm
of ice iL~ms......... . . .
Y.imtrmmmccih.i' tit be paid once uny. .... is
Vaatn at Y1 ........ . -.
Muslio--Pino. pcr to:i oof tivm uicmtlO .............
•; Vi-mliPnstrinug furn;nlTh). per temni of live
Mnst---lute, or any other wind iustrument, pee
teruiof eire monti ........................... I
trawing. permtirm @3 Sve montha ......_ ......... N.
Umi.finstrumentm in the study of nateral phihe