Corner Eighth and Cerre Sts.,
St. Louis, - - Missouri.
This Literary Institution possesses all the advantages of an
Agreeable and Healthy Location, Easy of Aecess,
Being situated on a rising ground, a little Southwest of the
Pacific Railroad Terminus,
In the City of St. Louis, Mo. It was founded in 1831, by the Brolhen or ihe Christian Schools.
incorporated in 1855 by the State Legislature, and empowered to confer degrees and academical
|Entrance Fee||$ 10.00|
|Board and Tuition, per session of Ten Months||300.00|
|Washing, " "||20.00|
|Physician's Fee, " "||8.00|
|For Half Bcarders " "||150.00|
|For Day Boarders, " "||60.00|
|In the Junior Class, " "||40.00|
|Vacation at the Institution||40.00|
Music, Drawing, and the use of Apparatus
In the study of Chemistry and Natural Philosophy, form extra charges. No extra charges for Languages.
No student will be received for a shorter period than oae term of fire months.
No deduction made when withdrawn during ihe terns.
The pocket monej of the students Is deposited with the Treasurer.
School Books And Medicines
Furnished At Current Prices.
Payment of Half Session of Five Months in Advance.
The Session commences on the first Monday in September, and ends about the 3d of July.
☞For Particulars, see Catalogue.☜