The School will be open for instruction six days in the week from nine to twelve a.m., and from one to four p.m.

Terms for Students in the Elementary Department, $2 per week. For those in the Higher Department, $2.50 per week. Wheat, Flour, Potatoes, Butter, all kinds of Provisions, Groceries, Wood, Hay, Cash, &c., will be received in payment.

If Students should be unable to find in the territory the books they necessarily want, they can be supplied at the School with some fifteen or twenty volumes on Algebra, and also with some few volumes on most of the branches named in the two departments.

School will open, when fifteen students shall have been obtained.

Orson Pratt, Sen.

G.S.L. City, Dec. 21, 1858.

[Deseret News, Feb. 2, 1859]

[transcribed and proofread by David Grow, Sept. 2006]

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