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uw onLarANsQ SUNDAY. JUNK v7. asa. To MAKE A HEN Srt TnA STRANGE NEBT. A broody hen Uay be made to wit in' strange place by'being put on her eggs at night, in the dark, and shut down closely. After a day or two she will keep to them. AsArAGU.S-Shonuld be thrown into boil inghot water salted, and boiled until three quarters eooked.- Ionger boiling makes them tasteless. ' A spoonful of butter and flour, melted in a pian, with half a pint of water added, and stewed, makes a good sauce. HoEx-MADE n ix'E.-A contributor to a country exchange says: "As we -have any quantity of, dewberries and blackbetaes this season, with I furnish you the follow ing recipe for making an excellent article of wine out of either the dewberry, blaeo berry, strawberry, or muscadine, at a little. cost and very little trouble: Take as much, water as berries, mash and bruise' the ber ries as you put them into the water, and leave them in an open vestel' for t'enty fourhours; then strain, and to every gallon of liquid, Add three pounds of good sugar. Leave this in an open vessel, and continue to skim as it ferngents. As soon as it ceases to ferment, put 'away in a demijohn un-. corked, and let it so remain for fifteen or. twenty days, phen it may be bottled for use." TultRKrls.-Turkeys require very great case and attention; yet, when the hen-wife S makes them` hei pets and studies their wel- t fare in every way, she, at any rate, (what- a ever the fatiner himself may say,) may find f then profitable. This used to be one of the a crops when the birds werethon ht to Oil sold at Christmas and Th giving, r twelve and fourteen ce a pound. It nuot be anything e when the price is eased. Turk is at the top of the scale price , and nmatle about the most proits at we can raise. The turkey hen lays e every thirty hours, aqd should " nt on dozen eggs and fed with m an water. ten the chicks come,, , they need no foo for twenty-fojr tours, and will then pick wi is plaed before them. Their food should he~lird boiled eggs, chopped very tine, or z. curd with breadu crumbs, and boiled nettles m "'and green onions finely minced. Coop tlhe hen for a fortnight, and then let her ramble ei with her young, being warmly housed at at night; but beware of the least wetting of rain. A critical time with them is at a little over two months old, when the male and female markings begin to appear, and fo the birds are called turkey "poults." to PaOFrTS o oI',:;ILTir.-Nothing .which t the farmer produces is of quicker sale than B, eggs and poultry. The prices which he re- s ceives therefor are in the main remunera- sa tive; the labor incurred is light and hi agreeable, and can be performed by the in junsor members of his family-. The poultry- is yard produces food which is highly palata ble and nutritious at all seasons, and in t this respect is hardly equaled by any other I department of the-farm, Is it not worth an while, then, to bestow more care and skill v, in managing the poultry? Left to them- tin selves, half their producta.isjoftn wasted, m and half the year they are non-layers. In mi winter, they need .-iniply warmth, light, lui and sunshine, clean. roomy quarters, and wi plenty of food. ,Every day they will pay for this. In that summer, they want range, . fresh earth. shihdl. water, seclusion, and protection froit virlu iil. Ana abundance of eggs and broods of 1piali chickens eitherof for market or the ihrmers own table, will for result fron this care. It is not feasible to carry on the poultry business on an enor- pe mous scale. Many have tried it and ftiled bo but every farmer should make a couple of l hundred dollars' worth of their products cea yearly. That, at least, can be done with gre profit and pleasure. It is a business adapted for the boys and girls, and they will speedily a -- take a lively interest in it, if only proper di encouragement is given. THE KITCHIIEN GARDEN.--Continue to yie0 plant corn, beans, and squashes at interval con of two weeks, to insure a succession of these (ab vegetables. Sow also seed of the winter tem varieties of cabbage, to secure it good sup- and ply of plants to be set out in July, for the winter crop. It is better to sow on a some- wo what shaded border, as the young plants o e are liable to be killed by the hot sun. If dry, water the bed just before night. Look D to it that everything in the garden is prop- low erly thinned out. There is no advantage, th in our dry, hot climate, in leaving too many r plants of any kind upon the ground. S yom the soil very frequently-weeds and come up rapidly now; kill them once. G Light hoeing or raking will be cient, if her practised early and often en gh, lie care- ng ful not to work about t ans when the hoe dew is upon their leav: it will cause them em to ' rust." After he in g, run over lightly with with a rake, working backward, so as to In leave the surface perfectly mellow; not read even pressed by the foot of the workman alwa himself. Irish potatoes may now be hilled resp. up, and if the ground is damp, may be yoni mulched, as the anger of frost ts over." If U the weather is dry, water the strawberry an beds freely-otherwise tihe crop will fail. If shoi cultivated in hills, hoce lightly among the phmts, to keep down weeds and grass. If they have run over the whole surface of the u us ground, hand weed and keep them as cle shot as you can. Plant enough pole or runaiu, case beans, if not already done, 'to furnish :l i abundant supply of Ilt e ' naps." No veg. a mii etable is more easily raised, or Ibetter.tak. ho , the place of bread and nlmie.:t-.,Let the cab- I, blage planuts already sc.t ·ouat be worked verItuant often. Rapid growth is esseltial to thcir ers, " heading well, aild ift t he grond is not |l1 already rich, water with liquid IauaailUu(. Au Ill:i. oulce of 'Pcruvian guanu o a gallhoUt lIi water, will :ataswer fiutely tfr tli ,.i,, pul',... hs Itidred, tile phlat of wata(t'illg \a i t i "a manurue, (adihit4..ill'be t|~,aaaNd ta \,1,k i.il e nairably, both ti:i la kitcletn a:1d tow c·.at- rI da.an. lh t, laaias " lb und thin' pal'a't i t, a t u bea.llt.y ol their mil' -l\\ .. ,ra':tly inelreae,- d Iy al't ialplica.ti oln abi , aaa : ill roev ry tw.av., "* 1w 'V a .alta. ih t a t t LI)s.' '." a0 gatatai, a(ol.tia lza I of hau- house or atalet ii. ate, will a asawee a siuaall Tt"hllh rose----ly caLetUI 11l aaa& toi la have the sulutaiuns too hsla'OLr.--dout. (U. agat L s B.$ABaa Iioox.-The following methodl -- is given or bmria 'g lg mame'd t ron; se)a' falz e46 41tetwo e a iamet. hole isole bointe rr.- lnaas*abont obne rI l nthree or' Yar foribesa ` weh psat filled with wFr lerhinw t I rely. inseerted; 7fauponlh-> a eoa n. pile drives'k aldW dt'to unpon t oil- the water has no chance of escarpe ah Vie ree- maeery split minder. ' ekes YUte Pt o CASrrNG STEEL and Acdi to At4 eua' G lar cod in tin' stbee lso that tlting is repdered 4ny pel at ' containedh ain r inthe st eises the a b iinwerbe erolsi a Plo describes is Igted an In dole not acted upon bupo acetic ae or byeof esle steelthe mor n metal i us thereb for ittle: into every minute portion of the cl4n. he. pelta fie ,s tcontained In the stieelant ber- caudrses te iie}rie pardtile to be broheit. and is mntthe most mel nthtid, and, Sty- ?EW.. .ALLOs O., LAD ANyD Ti.n-M. lion Pho describes two newt alloys con gar. less tin than ordinary pewter, whuc fue not acted upon by acetic ac or by I un-. some kinds of uteni. e- alloy con , or. tins one e prt o f ti wofith l.e5 se." Itlhasa density of 9. d melts at three hoa ndrt and' twen dees Fahrenheit. 1 at lead It is m les malleableand more w brittle than the first. . .... , at IMPROVEM GLASS.-Th h chang- s of various kinde which glass und e Sgoes have recently been subjects of cond o sderable dconsists of. ne part ofme varieties of 1. ,t lescannot be perfectly cleaned, owing to it hytleroscopi nate, nd the tendnee ofirst. e this ailicous compound to decom Iaisi. is or The pure white unaiterable Bohem Mlass ae is a silicate of lime and potash, but it is Id ery infusible and difficult to work; 'Taking o m tage of the well known fact that 'a smix of tuhe carbonates of potash and he soda f at a lower temperature than ,le either salt a Professor Stas substithtes at such a mixture t be potash, and thereby cl of obtains a glass as n rable as the Hohe- w a mian variety, but much re fusible. la le . ORAMENTED PAPER.-Pe r's process Of id for ornamenting paper with silk crystals o to is to mix the gum made by heatin om mere.al strch to the three hund a Swenty degrees Fahrenheit, known .as to Britis gum, with equal parts of Epsom e- salts' and of water, to which is dded a F i- small qukntity of glycerine. After being to id brought tohe boflg state, the mixture i is .e immediately strained. While yet warm, it i F- is spread, with a camel's hair brush, upon P1 Spaper previously coated with a tgin soln au tion Of glue or gelatine. ie paper, on being dried presents s beautiful crystaline m surface. 'The size of the crystals may' be varied by alterin the streng of the sola- i - tion, andby drying thepaper more or less as .n made by mnfixngadaline colors with the lo- aml Sution, and preparing'the' yaper with the foe white of eggs; instead of geatine. IHow TO MANLUFACTURE CuARX AX.- . S1. Gillot, in his memoir to the Treanch t Academy of Sciences on the. carbon'ization of wood, says the only condition essential inj 1 for the production of good charcoal is that a q the operation proceed slowly. The decom- on position of wood commences at about the of boiling point of water. During the decom- we . positn .the production of carbonic acid th causes a development of heat in the retort on greater than that outside of it, when the om 1eat applied approaches three hundred de- all r grees C. Too rapid an increase of intefial set heat gives rise to tar and gaseous products I diminishing in a corresponding degree the wit usefal accessory products, as well as the the yield of charcoal. The condensed products the contain the largest proportion of acetic acid rol (about forty-eight per cent,) when the th, temperatare of the oven is two hundred e and eighteen degrees C. In this way a re given amount of wood wil yield about wIs two thirds its w of ' charo and seven a or eight per ce , of acetic acid. and Do nx oxs or CUARaACTE.-Fine fel- a low man who advertises in your paper, th man who never refuses to lend you F oney, and the fellow who-is courting chic your sister. Gentle people-The young lady who lets brem her mother do the ironing for fear of spoil- thei ing her hands? the miss who wears thin seas shoes on a rainy day, and the young gen- pepj tleman who is ashamed to be seen walking a bL with his father. the Industrious people-The young lady who out reads romances in bed, the friend who is in I always engaged when youecall, and the cor- butt respondent who cannot find time to answer flon your letter. the Unpopular personages-The fat man in an omnibus, a tall man in a crowd, and a d short man on a parade. mia Timid people-A lover about to pop the over question, a man who does not like to be the i shot at, and a steamboat company with a and case of cholera. Drignified men--A chit ill a country town, I' i ldshiulamI on aII I qUirter-deck. and a visio I41h, ('Pillll)itttC on exanlinltill (lily. .'Lx.Lail tLL:. hyS by' ) their ] rtri'il ts a d llit a - i iii l ('1r, at 10 all poor icojihi. 1y4' society L;it large. it IFnhaLppy Pe4'lh-u-Oli b;ch('loris :and ohl1 Ip"re ii\llum , -Tltc hu.ba d who dIoes * '1" 'ILL do 1( L 'I t IL l i.ill ' Url lt " u iIC- l' 'hl 114 kick l...opil pliiW" ,VIhI i.fli e o) j4L3Y JUL l 1I 11 L r I'o.n I L:.. .1 lies pl!c -You 1ni , t tionI. but a lMlercy ricr·,vIt s lo uigrlegful ,again and st•gni agaiii, and I never weary oI Pardoning them. "keel lthod ~, AOMATIC VzxMean.-This is mad0eby d~itit ig'elgi'aol ýi" o add with thl'IW of lo. es, .semary; j.ama lhanI Or* ad 60 -gatiwu -g, adw ad iet.; F PNaTaxa V AatNsu.-Taqy. ofaita of turZentine, ana add dav i uia o reun,-;pofnned; pnt itin a ee on Ith - stove, and let it boil half an houxr Whlen Sold, it is ft for use. . oanxa or yGu tILpvo.-ANLea edi_ -om mon qa 4aof . --era oell oi, tt---- -,-ces;-.-/a e· ra itabei laid oehteMeds iyrit* . , .t minaua thfe ot .nefr _-' JaOa Qpaabe.-ell e 'ptitt e it. . littlei.esene of ta' be fth added, ad wi edi. • ,rei . . To TAKaE BT OUT Or 8Ut -M1x fing together in atwo ounces of enseoce of an lemon and e ounces of oil of turpendo tght Grease "other spots in silks .ari to be rab eiity withlg linen rag,ldip, d iit t i above oanqiceidop . * HQT VixEG Ja-O'i0 pint of the best vii, s ,r, two 'lrge spoonfuls of Iodiai, 'o r by ar clove, io, On ounce of cayn e ; for put all together Into a quibpttIe, hi /on- cochineal to color it; cork it close, and pad. shake itevery day for a week. Ie , T-s.RaA ooUDDIxe.-One quart of milk, ieit. Ave eggs, gseaerage , one coffee oup of ud, tapiw. Steep.the tapioca in the milk two ' the ore, put it a1 oqld ;let it warm -a little, dei mat. p the eggsoaa A, with sauficient sugar, ted ittle eseuo Stenon. Bake half an hour, .L.25 l TUAitWt.viTue'. Tre .A...CP VInreAsslV Take eight~ nces w of Ssliced garlic, oar mnees of csyenne; four ounces of . tour ounces of soy, four Phin ditto alnut e , thirtysix chopped an-. c- hovies, one gallon of vinegar, half an inL ounce powdered ochineal. Letit stand one of month, and strain it. t uPEo rERL -f - ake half an ounce of cream of tartar- three ounces of fresh orange or Slemon-peal four ounces of lamp sugar; and three pints of boiling water. Mix to ingether; cover the vessel till cold, then pour 'a o the clear part for use. This isa very nd reable drink for hot weather, or in anfever. ete POeK CAKE.-One pound salt pork, by chopped fine, pour on it two gills of boiling e water, add two cups of sugar, one of mo lanee, one rcup chopped raisins, one pound f carrants, one wine glass of brandy, one Stablespoonial of cloves, the same of nutmeg, one quarter pound ot citron, two table - poonfuls sodai , with just water enough to' EARm Fa a nox Mxrti.-In several parts of SFras on the Alps milk whey is used g tomake sharpestvinegar. The process Ss simple. r having clarified the whey it it.is poared into k, with some aromatic on plants or elder blo s as it suite the a- fancy, and then expoad the open air to a on the sun, where it soon acq an uncom ne mon degree of acidity. be CHOCOLbATE. CEAr.t -Chcelarte a- fine, half an ounce; thick eream; one * . l Suar(b/tster) n this best I to e iling; thn. romOve it i eta Afl ead i- 'mill it well; ,.when& d-li SiBe whites of ine four orAve eggs; whisk rapidly, amd take uip the froth on a sieve; serve the creatw in g-se, and pile up the froth 'n the top of E ea COLORED I.NKS.-Fuchs's method of malt p ing colored inks is to digest for three hours d it a quarter of an ounce of analine, of the col - ored desired with two ounces and a half O te of alcohold then to add a pint and a half of m- water, and heat the whole gently until all id the alcohol is driven ot, after which one E rt ounce of gum arabie 'dissolved in eight " te ounces of water is added. The solution sa ,- allowed to stand until the imparities have La i settled, and it is then ready for use. a HAar SAUCE.-Whe OA has, is.almost done n with, pick all the meat that remains from Bt ee the bone, leaviug out any rusty part; beat Sthe meat and boan, to a mash with the , e rolling-pin; at into a sauce-pan, witho three spoonfuls of gravy; set it Aver a slow Sfire, and keep stirring It all the time, to Ss Sprevent it from sticking to the bottom; t when it has been 'on some time, put in it i o a small bandle of sweet herbe, somepepper, and half a pint oq veal gravy; cover it up, and let it stew over a gentle re. hen it -has a good flavorof the herbs, stran off the gravy. TI FRICASSEE oi FOWL.-CUt a fowl or ty j Schicken into eight pieces-that is, the two wings and legs-dividing the back and T s breast into two pieces each; wash well, put n' then into a ste-pan, and cover with water; du t: season with a teaspoonful of salt, a littler Sepper, a bunch of parsley, fear cloves, and i a blade of mace; boil twenty minutes, paess ton the stock through a sieve into a basin, take habl out thepDieces of fowl, and trim well; then, and in another stew-pant pat two ounces of aen butter, with which mix a good spoonful of orad flour; moisten with the stock1 and put in Th thg pieces of fowl; stir occasionally un ilcom boiling; skim. add twenty button onions; let simmer untl the onions are tender; then add a gill of cream, with which you have aI mixed the yolks of two eggs; stir in quickly d over the fire, but do notlet boil; take out Ioou the pieci's, dress upon-our dish, sauce over, vuca 1' ri 'riTE TIhES.- Until lately, no pro- Flt vision vwas made ;4in South Carolina for 0 so grttntinlg divorcee, and, conseluently, niot a twelv 'iingle iliv4i'rce hln e vi been g~.ratedl in that s Ip'revailed, Catholic ,iiitiincts governed Iher in-nail, law-n,:kers. A ditfi rint state of affairs brui.b, marv tiw be expected, ts tile constitlution i ?;iveli Woanfail ii. gtl reiz illnI Ithis the im tion I'rui, the goal may li Morninnism liut what of t hit I An3'thaliin- rather than t etagnatiti. We miiuot. like John lBrowOii, Ir " keep marching on." I - "MMAT y.. --ae UHEY. J o.'J6 f.... Dm m t '+,tl:.. - .a pLR .opf oa L' - -- .t No.. 71 .m..'atd ,Water ttmt! Ps:ith Ditriet.. V1er . . NEW oltpA1 t y :i -be I . SaNor aW Oa a BIeear, bltwese e tltl a Caie. Rock -~ at, pIYtsoao, waneu ofSlfaialng Flour. .e-o A Eemtobtveer hat d.aaooperier-.-'ltaa-of Ifl. .__deror Ctvre peornft..soido.. 1 S a aelve aptS ly SINDERTIAKERS-DRUILTDERS.-PAIfERS ao No. . I , o, e o , OAe . JOH tOna _ F. '_ DERI2TAER, No. 3 Ramoparttreet, between Dele and Coiepa. 30, - +,-. i.h Walnut nd-+ . Plin COFF--. Sof All ilera for Carriages proMptlyatte.ded to two Uilm ly #Ip, p taDON,apl9 y WIe, ORý NDER TAKER, Orn o Mgaaine street, corner of w )rd, Now Orlean.. All orders promptly attendsed to. me3 3flo .r' nt C. _maaY. Wal nut, oand' :./.o , e ad .-o a . ee - g- No, ,3S ThopiCouare street, Nw randSecon Boea iean lrriages for hira e. one I nerlsat tened to in perof my the poprieor, ,4 he hope,, by strict attention, to obtain a share ol the l8m public patronage. a oMAD, and PT- at ax; ANI#8EW LEO, to- HOUSE CAIPENTER, SNo. Be13 St. Charles street, between St. Joelh Pane Jul a ery in tr ee, New Orlmeans. AIi orders promptly attended to. uy3 3n , irk, J. HOULAHAN lug HOUSE, SIGN, AND OInNAMLENTAL PAINfTE and No. 3S3 St. Charles street, New Orleans )"e Box x183 Mechanic'Exchange. e, Orde a solicted andpro ptate. n m Leotc ELLY WBTIER, CORNA R M4GAZJNE o al o We a on wtla Iin his uty.n eI 1 - Bra EDCONFECTIONERIES. 0 .to MEAD, and PASTYn I-n& 3taE8, at 'im ..-...............CANAL STR-EET.................. 7 I Between Chatr#e atreet and Exchange Place. v led The price of my Soda Water iad Read will be Tan t - Ceatsa Os, "oglasessasr at my otld etaid, 83t to t~e~l eooa -.· ·-... ad I ne deeth lie hieoege ases the main of kern. w Of gin or ay other dbee her i ,e -my t HU--.--.H . . to M y . N B.lCa , O+1 H. SODAW WATER P theue heh he h kSaee,, Canpl .act aa p 2 P s8 e Soda Water, sead, Paetry, Ice ,snd Con. )1 la-n.tr1Ta will sand the Soa Watero and to be of the atr whiL ha already made them so be In of my4" Im eB. o on-A. ot Debm,m e WHOL k LE ..... C , Sa__d tionts rea, and Syrup, by ateha. yImporter of as C 6a D 1i ecnorated Toy., CnsNancy c S .Papere t.. ...oe ..e .s or B0etne, Ca t or ancy Boxes Tor Chretmas or New Year Prcent, Co I 0e ~ E.E ...OL. .. E STR.EET...........o. 9 E M Betweae Si, Loris sad CenPistreet., New Orleans, La. he tie---·--u EDUCATIONAL. G wJ car-Thn Pat.tatCAhDMY, iý-AY ST. Lotho ,of the Sead -Heart, hr eaeh in ý-ýh e and r, of$ an p xteen e Hiew of th. e ulf, andme aIe, Tofar. , theth ea b 0ese d ©t "rems poK siukerborn, t wv i x T "e sea a, |'ilwo mtim mtr , of sL sa the pupil e ga -t Incitle mend to helthhnl atonssa wnere yoet,7 Tbh dlrightd,oll dta oa, f Bay St. L( it a d iong n . eon ' D owseb mtethpt thalt i-gee. atlse asnsqoftahr, som s. Drumner, is . alare withpasine notme of f e. [np. .tc,it h Tesystem of government in this institutin i satrnctl t mild and paternal, inhactlons of the established rle.e y - lv en a re d by a tiei nst w at eling o ver the e I Ten Trh-len lg and morl tstrnatln ofm they bpe IAý olictudeand connt attention IS given to the forma( ST tin of characterby Inclcating prtnciplee of vire and t habits of politeness, order, nealtees, sad industry. ont T .-sehIaati L year emenceenmpl thlltthd of tUannry OfA and end on the elat Thursday of Novembter tua rther ,annual v'eati h btlas e. ab t six weeds Feel hfi eoa uon l Z e,' ven to ( ll sixteen; hle yea.m T egeli E The I oee.'nre t h. nomerises e .is -taught in St advmaneyl . a o- e d Pe- N t..yie, St. \~suc,.satChburh. Mobtic. fatS Prenpar 5. Ui4TOiIL. Ja~r~m iltoCres.dna free of The qaj of tbslhe~ perentat as With__J dia IpRY.) 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IIA/m_ 8COL-LRGEt-4DIPETPD fly TEEi f llhrdatiali ta ro _r.-Ceoer of P dorthre and ouhor t e iafes a, ew.lem- .a iv Ttit latierlllti~m. incrprated lar y s act rof tne Lpgj ltuare of tie year 1858, and empowered to glaut~nO The, cEnter Dogrocat ayudeaoan iey rst ffersy +.5n-. dp. picgim m i adimuoa and well Setiatedbe sitad indsq th en oheani a f July. ciy N. Bl,.t -ucieafl careepr a niarked bytbe _hig dgre ofp~zublic confidence it haslready gained, amd the annaual ihneamoi tih e ny mberofdfltodenW . Tve asysto e oppfgl vaniy. dl1]( " 3tstCsccr ITvkr I;;ei;;tiue invariably t" advancel e rnent is mid d on emnrtal, t irm in erci the toervane of establLned itidlney . ... pupl i.be - ied from aoter ollere without unexcep ioble teat iom ; and none wll e retained whose manners and mnam areat.e netaatla~knbtor.'. Pah of all denomi tan. ntien a r admitd, sod tof riv e lionths- ....o...-p ar unrestricted. TEmS: . _"" -S-D ter qur itve o oonthmo...... ...............618 00 -e-f n .suments, in thasturdyoftecblam,, pero Pl' of y pe .monsn .....................15 00 -- dPrep eory Class, per quarter of A t to Yewln~c O leans-Cb~ref~~~i: 'Pin Ttn Prepamrtory Clm, per quarter of 0P -. Htfdeardere 1000b ...............o. ...r.........................27ns00 ý. deer et. Postottics-addroes; Bon sow EXTRA COLLCHADRGTED B. THE Christian Brothers-Corner of Poyevarrea ndyoucher 6oj athe isno per qar . . La0 E This Ititio, inorprnatedy an perquat o t...he 13 0 ure or the yor 1anY, rm Wimpoerd trmnto per as, onfuer D-ter.r" ,nd b'tow"lterauy honor, era wPeadv d ay g for the ginniallma , and inaqllectuea development of Students. I~t I. c.odop and well vetilated; situaten fisal hat hand healhryu of ths Julime eits.ed, itfsu wek orr imor fkm bythe beignni ng ""-l the... -ai quarte-r toth Urns of emsote, will he ms em fh bll cofnc it htah s ens dyg quare. ad re rmn Iiieas o the n. /mbn ahden Theetssem loe!. ernment i mild ond parental; ctit m in entroie the Inr observance of established disc!dine. No pupil will b r- I ed from amother College without un.c.p-ot' testimonial ; ad none wlltbe rs taised whoe mas ners andmoral artm ,-lto°e. Pvpise ihallUden. nt. ihot paaonsae amtt, doend taer relyo opinionar u nretracteda.n TERMpBS te: r. PEaumesto to Cl mae imasterly, insadvaone, as afoer hs uimt, on the naIlty Modulien sbptembhe the deondo on Noember tdth; tive thinl on abrbtvererto tand te o1n1 ... fourth -on - At ,i).i.n Tuiton- Co deduati ond made uwhn wiouthdraurin he e q uarter, no 1moautthws............... ...59b royantegrIIaws per n~miatter pgo of 2 tma he ...... . ........... 15 00... Tuationl Preparaory Class, Ph r quar- mon. Sit monthh ...... . 1 Literature, L oitory CledaU, per qu arter of smaun Half Borders.--.."-______________""__:__"__.. 10 00 hic,~EXTR lHA~ e d th 4 O li Music- Piano, per quater___________________ _$13)1500 -, sod in, (sbing iighnier; uhpereorerr.I..s.3 00 .Mute, a.yothn. t Wiand Iunt, r re -ure _t__nemyba __ont ioenc _ e rna.m an0 nell positieyonp Latrln band kt.pare of9 rt tu iore erped, f irltre more nfmtoe Cbeginnint o ed, ...or thee bifr n l edig. Wsriti rgm SiBooLrTsgadS ee, Cxr ig ndretd in te >ia,, Interd a b tho n taer e I n et dt theI fJabe,,. ioah UbrGryardmmer er rrn ti eeltti , int rMved etu w mttnahi teim dnant bear is mind w aa 9(izt Btat' yo a IY ?ý rwthut nrlmmto ; doesnot mseiioEtion promented aTmaaer; wha h aer are MII~ 4)1 WiVtlli*iofn-1c:P,m onswo i /,ivss F u latth nrinhlo, I avsRlteri h ! ,e" " p' rsn-' ' , ...t brass. bads th e ,EB Caollegeeholeme di undtersthe o ao fo atr admont.won, incuten t oo td tse to -ide a bo et the penalty of erpcptliou tbs ertobr do not CIn. No Studlnt ou e"d erto quar ter, weh th "ne 5 l0 atudenta are'4 promotediL+, tl'hough they ma ben.eumoteW Qaofter. No asection r ade wroencitec.awn doring oeIl Qualrtrj o yartte hoe horte pire heaina ha been COURSsE Oy' STIIDIEa. e LsC melrit V a lat'oe Logc ab d oultltedl, iJy, aldt en"d oAnte dit Mdera y inItioG yma . Agenlft I~lllt t in New l On I.' un..l se1_ I. E~lderl If 140Py *4u . rahet.i Pst- ce l b address..Bo"- . 4. foB +r O nth fr, toi lý sdas tu , about.the 30th of y, rof oy, y;.Ivgu, rama a n Boadmo Tition;e, atahi Staionry adecs.dnn OeGa7mmar, form e Ctapcargts o J POW A Praoa . r In Mnsiclf~b, at te opion f th pareont bbes. 4 ot.ee Th carle T raidin, furnished g, c, sa~i I't om are toh e p ad ljalf sesion, gn advne;s su ofmnerepstemymh arerthae, fori thmpr o>KoryYC posestion. c orno fertner if-rmutionR aply , to eh real en. qCOmu., bAgents ad members of nwhc aechsn n N he Or nntso tte I p ItOýs, dall ý taflECt) oe of a0 T oE s ad, Dep·t yung aenwh intend to dew hxpede vesý so.O t~O·c oonntant's professon. Uf- There I an ez minattn held eah quarter, when !lic a° tuent ae pomtedtih;.Ienco mO· n'flnpnwrmn to threyy may be tnr 8mted " qc irnsurl in ase of rmarkabl proaaiecy. At te end o don "e by ofnnobo .tlnan hil tie pabnin emt i at the u Tine orsb orelaiam n cl distrib ted ee A coumerit Vaardestommrely e about thed oo Jnl and re"rention;s th at fromYidi tin e a myetmnt orn, nnv; iy Agent 1n New Orl lea D. Elder No, 110 A It till their Pantore addrt r o 4 N. i' fe.t uS.0 O E.TESESO T ST. see Cledad s (GriO randeC.ote, L) niwill commenc yy Ofleinustof atketo daisemul. aboit the 9toh o, cub tin.' 'inntionno to h g Sentý e r, ad it,,' ,ntrane $10.. . e4 Pnbc c1. .urcy. [a -n Books na ,i~'3 3~ anfee ober, a Mediacines o rm extra charge, in M cattheoptuon of therents, Mer month. Prepartioles of Bedding, ifrfurnished by the College. $10 Der annum.