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ST. VINCENT'S ACADEMY.
Conducted by the Sisters of Charity. Boarding and day school for young ladies.
Classical, commercial, and scientific courses complete. Special attention to Music and Drawing. Painting, Stenography, and Typewriting. Terms moderate. For particulars address
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES,
Ross PARK, SPOKANE, WASH. Boarding and day school for girls. Complete courses-English, art, music, and 1. nguages. Extensive grounds. Spacious buildings. Location unsurpassed. For catalogues address
ST. ANSELM'S COLLEGE,
MANCHESTER, N. H. Conducted by the Benedictine Fathers. Complete Classical, Scientific, and Commercial courses ; besides an Elementary School for beginners. Imposing building, extensive grounds, and healthy location. Easily reached from New York, Pennsylvania, and the New England States. For Catalogue, etc., address
Rt. Rev. HILARY PFRAENGLE, O.S.B. NAZARETH ACADEMY,
CONCORDIA, CLOUD Co., KANSAS. This boarding-school, for the practical educat:on of young ladies, is under the care of the Sis:ers of St. Joseph, and has justly earned the rep itation of being one of the most successful schools in the West. This institution has always enjoyed a high reputation for its musical train. ing Address
MOTHER SUPERIOR. ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY,
TITUSVILLE, PA. Under the care of the Sisters of Mercy. Terms $15.00 per month. For young ladies, little boys and girls. Complete course of English, German, and Latin. Private lessons in Music, Stenography, and Typewriting. Kindergarten. For further particulars apply to
; THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. DOMINICAN COLLEGE,
SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA. For young ladies. Conducted by the Sisters of St. Dominic. Full Collegiate course of study. A Boarding School of highest grade. Superb modern building, steam heated; beautiful commodious class-rooms, Music and Art roo ns. Location the lovely Magnolia Valley, unsurpassed for beauty and healthfulness. Address
MOTHER SUPERIOR. MOUNT DE CHANTAL, ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION.
WHEELING, WEST VA.
FOUNDED IN 1848. Under the patronage of RIGHT REV. P. J. DONAHUE, D.D., BISHOP OF WHEELING.
First-class tuition in all branches. Ideal and healthful location. Climate desirable for deli. cate girls.
For prospectus, address THE DIRECTRESS.
LORETTO HEIGHTS ACADEMY,
Near Denver. Loretto P. O., Colorado. This magnificent Institution, conducted by the Sisters of Loretto, offers all the advantages of a superior education. For health and beauty the location is unsurpassed. Address
SISTER SUPERIOR, Loretto P. O., Colorado.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY,
PERALTA PARK, WEST BERKELEY, CAL. Select boarding and day school for boys under 14 years of age. For particulars send for prospectus, or apply either at St. Mary's College, Oakland, Sacred Heart College, San Francisco, or to
BROTHER GENEBERN, Director.
NEAR NIAGARA Falls, N. Y. Seminary and College of our Lady of Ang cls. Chartered by the University of the State of N. Y. to confer University Degrees. Classical, Scientific, and Commercial courses. Teos: $200 in Seminary ; $220 in College. Address
Rev. W. F. LIKLY, C.M.. PRES.. Niagara University P.O., Niagara Co., N. Y.
NOTRE DAME ACADEMY,
LOWELL, Mass. Founded in 1852. This school continues the careful training and thorough instruction in every department for which it has hitherto been so favorably known. For particulars address
ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION,
ARCADIA VALLEY, IRON Co., Mo. This is one of the finest educational establish nents in the West. The location is singularly healthy, being situated several hundred seat above St. Louis. The air is pure and invigorating. Terms for board and tuition very reasonable. Apply to MOTHER SUPERIORESS. ACADEMY FOR YOUNG LADIES,
944 LEXINGTON AVENUE, NEW YORK. Conducted by the Sisters of St. Dominic.
All the branches of a liberaleducation taught. Special attention given to music, art, and the languages. An ex ellent Kindergarten conducted at the Institution. Boys under ten ad. mitted to Rindergarten and Preparatory Departments. For full particulars address
ST. LEO COLLEGE,
St. Leo, Pasco Co., FLORIDA. Preparatory, Commercial, and Classical Courses. Rr. Rev. CHARLES H. MORE, O S.B.,
NOTRE DAME ACADEMY,
WATERBURY, Conn. This Institution, under the direction of the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre Dame, offers all the advantages of a superior education. Kindergarten, preparatory, junior, and Academic departments. Course leads upto Col. lege entrance Drawing, painting, and music are taught according to the most advanced methods. Apply to
ST. SCHOLASTICA'S CONVENT,
SHOAL CREEK P. O., LOGAN Co., ARK,
Chis Academy, conducted by the Benedictine Sisters, situated in a very healthy place, in the northwestern part of Arkansas, affords parents one of the best opportunities to give their dau :hters a thorough education. or further information apply to
Academy of Our Lady of Lourdes,
194 FRANKLIN AVE., CLEVELAND, Ohio.
Conducted by the Sisters of the Holy Humility of Mary. Kindergarten, Preparatory, Aca demic, and Commercial Departments. Plain and Fancy Needlework. Private lessons in the various studies. Preparatory and Advanced Courses in Vocal and Instrumental Musi :: Elocution, Painting in Oil, Water Co.ors, China, etc.
MIDDLETOWN, N. Y.
For terms send for prospectus or apply at Academy.
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY,
NAUVOO, ILL. Boarding School for Young Ladies. For catalogue containing information address
MOTHER M. OTTILIA HOEVELER, O.S.B. VILLANOVA COLLEGE,
Reasonable Terms. New Buildings containing every accommodation. A large number of private rooms. Send for a Prospectus.
Rev. L. A. DELUREY, O.S.A., Pres. ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY,
EMMITSBURG, MARYLAND. Conducted by the Sisters of Charity. Beautifully situated among the Blue Ridge Mountains. Classical and Scientific Courses. Specially organized departments of Music and Art. Well equipped Library and Laboratory. Steam heat and Electric light. Terms, $250.00 per Academic year. Letters of inquiry directed to
THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. NOTRE DAME OF MARYLAND,
CHARLES STREET Ave., BALTIMORE, MD.
College for Young Women and Preparatory School for Girls. Regular and Elective Courses. Extensive Grounds. Location unsurpassed. Suburb of Baltimore. Spacious Buildings. Completely Equipped. Conducted by SCHOOL SISTERS OF NOTRE DAME. SACRED HEART COLLEGE,
WATERTOWN, WISCONSIN. Branch of Notre Dame University, Indlana. Thorough Classical, English, Commercial, and Preparatory Courses. Terms moderate. Buildings heated by steam. Home comforts. For further information and catalogues apply to Rev. J. O'ROURKE, C.S.C., President.
ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION B. V. M.,
FREDERICK, MARYLAND. Boarding School for young Ladies (Founded in 1846). For catalogue apply to
ST. FRANCIS' COLLEGE,
BROOKLYN, N. Y. For Boarders and Day Scholars, with pow. ers to confer Degrees.
A good school and terms reasonable. Apply to President, BROTHER JEROME, O.S.F., or send for Catalogue.
SACRED HEAR ACADEMY.
For Young Ladies.-Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy.-BELMONT, GASTON Co., N. C.
This institution is pleasantly situated near St. Mary's College, is furnished with all mod. ern improvements, steam heating, electricity, etc., and offers every advantage for education and health. Apply for catalogue to
ST. CATHERINE'S ACADEMY,
RACINE, WISCONSIN. This institution affords young ladies every advantage of a solid and refined education, comprising the following departments, viz. : Acade nic, Normal, Literary, Commercial, Music, Art. Diplomas will be granted to graduates of each department. For catalogue and further particulars address THE DIRECTRESS.
ST. MARY'S ACADEMY AND
Boarding School for Young Ladies.
BURLINGTON, VERMONT. Complete Educational Facilities. Healthful Climate in the Pineries. Terms moderate. Send for Catalogue to
MOTHER SUPERIOR. Saint Mary's of the Woods Conducted by the Sisters of Providence from Ruille-sur-Loir, France. Chartered in 1846, and empowered to confer Academic Honors and Collegiate Degrees. The location is ideal : the equipments are elegant and complete; the facilities for highest intellectual, moral, and religious culture are unsurpassen
For Illustrated Prospectus address SISTERS OF PROVIDENCE, Saint Mary's, Vigo Co., lod. PITTSBURG CATHOLIC COLLEGE
OF THE HOLY GHOST.
For Day Students and Boarders. Thorough in the Grammar, Academic, Commercial, and College Departments. Courses in French, German, Spanish, Short-hand, and Typewriting. A Special Class for Students preparing for any Profession. Rooms for Senior Students."
Very Rev. M. A. Hehir, C.S.Sp., President.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY,
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. This institution is conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph. The course of studies comprises all the branches requisite for a solid and refined education.
Catalogue sent on application.
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