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Kev. Jonx S. Deaee, 

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John A\^eisel, 

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Barndollar, a\Iaii;i>'io 
Buldle, Emma K. 
Bogle, Annie 
(y a] dwell, Annie 
Casner, Annie 
Chambers, Ava \V . 
Cole, Flora 
Oawf'ord, Mary K. 
Cunnirgham, Mary M. 
Dashiell, JNIarv 
Deal, Carrie 11. 
l]l)ert, Annie M. 
Kldridije, Lizzie M. 
Elliott, Diana 
lunerv, Lizzie .1. 
1^'aux, Lizzie 1 1. 
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I'riling, KclK'cca 
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'Ay res, Lewis (■as^s 
Lailey, Jolni S. 
Laird, J). W 
Laker, William 
Larton, John II. 
Leek', AFathew J^ 
Leek, Xcwton 
Lennett, Thomas 
Lerii'er, I'eler 
LigUN, K. II. 
Lodine, Dewilt 
Loon(\ diaries A. 
Lottomstone, <• ('()!•(»■(> \\' 
Lowen, ( Jeorge S. 
IJowmin, John l\ 
Lowman, ( '. Lr(\^(oii 
Lrannan, Thomas 
r>i-ittain, XA'wton S. 
Hrown, James, II. 
Ihiekman, Samuel J. 
Lurrows, V. J. 
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Williaiiisport, 


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XAMES. 



Ryon, Thomas 
Sallade, I. IL F. 
Sankey, J. A. 
Scott, Howard 
Shealey, William S. 
Showers, Alexander 
Smith, Thomas Jefferson 
Smith, Frank R. 
Smith, Lsaac N. 
Smith, P. M. -— ■ 



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Spaulding-, John 
Speaker, 1^. B. 
Staufer, John ' . 
Stoctzel, » Jacob 
Stoltz, Michael 
Springer, John 
Stepham, l*hilip 
S wen gel, David F. 
Swengel, Charles 1*. 
1 abler, h>. Howard 
'Jallman, Harrison 
Thomtis, dohn 
Thompson, AVilliani V, 
riux)p, tlames 
Tinsman, Andrew S. 
Trilt, David i'\ 
X'ollmar, h'rederick 
AValburn, dohn C. 
AValker, dauKs 
AValker, dacob 
Waters, dohn ( ). 
Watson, Wm. S. 
Weigle, Daniel 
AVeiscl, (j(!org( \V . 
Wentz, dohn M. 
Werline, P>. F. 
AVhit(\ Henry \V. 
^Villialns, 1 lenry S. 
Williams, A. D. 
Wilson, A. \\ 
Win(\gardner, Thomas 



RESTDKXr'ES. 



Toirandti, 
MdlUainsport. 
Potters Mills, 
MonJdon,Md. 
Poirsonlown , Md. 
Williamsport, 
Middleburo:, 
Williain^port, 
Nippemiose, 
Mot el a lid, ' 

10 IP 
Jliirs (irove, 
Muncip 
W^dlidinspoif, 
Newherri/. 
Ud//ia?nspo)1, 

a 

]\Iiddleh}{ni\ 

44 

• 

fj(}/ti/j)()re, Md., 
IjO pal sock, 

Wd! ia;i) sport , 
it 

ii 

• 

Sill pjjcnshiiyp, 
Wdliamsport , . 

S/fippr/is/.>t'ri':, 
Lnniny, 

J fi''J//rsr///f^ 
ir/ll/d/i/s/)/)/-! , 

li 

liidl mtorc, Md ., 

Ldicrlij, 

W dlitimspi)! f 

West l'rlujna,PI., 

Proi/, 

II (ti'fcnsrdle, 

IV/llid/z/spotl, 



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NAAIES. 



RESIDEXCRS. 



\V i n(^<2^ar(l ner , A 1 bort 
AVoodruir, William 
AVoodward, York A. 
AVoodward, Joseph 
Yeager, J. Ilirain 
Vocum, George A[. 
Yocuni, Joseph J, 
Z'lnmerman, Daniel 

S. Sclidlai-sliip. 

n. DeporiuH'iit . 

■'- l/'I't witliotit ]KM'mivs'ori. 

i' ]a'\'{ iiiidcr (••'ii-iirt'. 

, 1; I >i<iii!N-fii . 



IVi/h'dmsjHirl, 

Liliertij, 

JV/l/idinspor/, 



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17 



COUESE OF STUDY. 



IJnoii complethig the following Course, tlie Student will l'.e entitled 
to a (Hassical Diploma. ^J\) those who omit the liano-nar'-es. a Scien. - 
tific Diploma will be given, ^riiose ititending to enter (Allege, and ' 
others not wishingio comrlete the (Jourse, can pursue such studies as 
they desir(>, su})ject to the action of* the Hoard of instruction. 



P R E P A R A T O R ^^ . 

y riisT CLASS. 

Reading, Spelling and Dclining, 
(Geography, .... 

Arithmetic— Alenlal, .... 

Vv^itleii, . . . ' . 

Knglish (jlrannnar, 

First Lessons in l^nglish C^otnposilion. 
Ceneral History, 



Siind(M\s' Series. 

Monteith. 

(V)lburn. 

Loomis. 

\Yells. 

Chiack(^nbos. 

L'oitdrich, 



S K O N I) CLASS 
Reading, Speiling inid Dciiniii;/, 
(urography and Alap Drawin::, 
l^nglish (jlnunmar, . . . . 

iristoi-y of the Lniled Stales, 
Ltymology, .... 

AritlniKMic, 
Algebi'a — lnte!lcetua!, 

Written, 
Composition an<l ! )."<'!a!na;i«)n. 



Sanders. 

McXally. 

Wells. 

'y Auodricli or ( Miacketil){,s. 

i>yiid. 

Loomis. 

Tower. 

I .■)oiiiis" Llements, 



CLA SSI CA L A N J) S(M EXTJ K I (L 



Knglish (Grammar, 

Alodern llistorv, 

Algebra, 

l^atin Ihl P,()(,K-, 



LlllST YLAIL 



AYells. 

Willson. 

Looiiiis. 

Me( lintoek' vV Crooks. 



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IS 



I) I (' Is I x\ S () X S E M i N A K Y . 



8 K (^ O N 1) 'i: K R M . 

Advanced Composition and Rhetoric. 

AFodern History — contiinied, 

Alg-ebra, . , . 

Latin — 2d Book, 

( I reek — 1st Book, 

Classical Antiquities. . . . 

'V W \ n I) T K R M 

Advanced (Composition and Rhetoric. 
I*hysi('al (Geography, . . 

l']iysi()h)gT, . . . 

Algebra, , . , . 

I.iitin — ('a.-ar, . . . 

Crei'k — Isl IJook, 



1^ 

(iaackenbos. 

Will son. 

Loomis- 

McClintock & Crooks. 

McClintock & Crooks. 

Baird. 



(^>uackenbos. 

Fitch. 

(fitter. 

Loom is. 



Bullion. 
McClintock S:. Crooks. 
Di i;:\<; thk Yvau - Oi'tliooraphy, Reading',, (,'omposition, Decla- 
mation and \'()eal .Music. 



s i: CO \ I) \ i: A M — i-^ IKS t t k r m . 



Ancient 1 1 istory and ( icoui'a})liv, 

Lihiical .\iili(jni!i<'S, 

Astronomv, .... 

Natural lli<t<iry, .... 

Ccomclry, .... 

Latin — ( 'a'-ai' and ('()rnrliii-> .\<'p()', 

< I reck' "~ Aiialia.-i-. 

S L (' () \ \) T K R M 

♦-- 

\:i'-!('ii; 1 1 ;-l')rv and n('()Lrra;)l,\-, 

Natural i 'hilo-oMiiy. 

Menial Lhiin^o])!iy. . . . . 

(xCOn;;;!-y, .... 

Lai i!) 1 )• >( lituln!:' ai:.| ( )\ Id. 

< . I'fi'k --Ana !;.■■ is ; u ;■, .'k Tc-ta la; i;l . 



Willson. 

JNeviii. 

Matlison's Burritt. 

Ai^-assiz. 

Loomis. 

• 

Owen. 



Willson 
Draper 
I pham 
I>o<>nn^' 

(>\vru 



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L'iicldfic, 

I *iiil(ts(tpliy rif ITi-'fni'v and LlirtiJiolr^^'^'. 

( 'nn-t itiition o| L nil' 

Mental LIi!l(.-)i.liy. 

N al ural I 'liilo-npkw 



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< 'o])p(('. 

A illson. 

Stoi-y. 

I pliani. 

I Jrapci". 



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10 



Loomi; 



■"'Conic Sections, 

7 • • . . . 

Latin — Yirgil and Salkist, 

(:ireek — Memorabilia and Odyssey, . . . ()\ven. 

Di'Rixd THE Year— (Composition, Declamation and A'ocal Music. 



T J 1 1 R 1 ) Y 1 ] A R 1'^ I R S 'V ^r Y. R M . 

Moral Fhilosopby, .... 

Evidences of Christian itv, 
(Jhemistry, ..... 

-''Botany. . . ~ ', ~" 



Wayland. 
r^aley. 

, W^ells. 

(irav. 



-■■1>i,o:onometry (Plane and Spherical.) .Mensuration, Levelino-, 

Surveyin.n;- and Xavigation, . . , Loomis. 

Latin — (^icero's Orations, .... 

Creek— (Vropu'dia and Iliad, 



Owen, 



S L i' OX D 'V L R M . 



Political I'lcouoniy, 

F/K^ic, 

( J colony, 

■'■ Analy t ica 1 ( i eometry , 

■"'Mineralo^iv, 

Tiatin — l)c Olliciis and Livy. 

Creidc — Iliad and 1 leroilotcs 



W'ayland. 

( 'oppce. 

Wells. 

r.oomis, 

Dana. 



lanoi'y A Crooks. 
\VciIs. 



. Lo.' 



ooiiiis. 



'V W ( R D 'V L i: M . 

Butler's Anak'irv. 

(■h(mn>try, .... 

•Mieoloiry, ..... 

■ ('alculus, Di!lerenti;\l and Inte^rak 

Latin — 1 lorace and ^raciiii^. 

• • • 

( I reek Sophocles and Heroloius. 

DruiN'.; THE \k\\\ Compesitjo!!. Drclaniataai a.nd i'doiaition. 

=•■■ i-'>r l!i(i-.' viipiicv iiiMikc'l wiili ;i ■ , ..lii.T- 111,1 \- 1m. -111. a if,! ;>•.!, T]ii: - : l,,. i •,mi!-... m.i v 
Ih' ;ut(.iiiihim1:i|(h| ^, [j|.. \s:lji1s df I.;i.;"c: mii'! O'cii! Iriui m. 

M O D L R N L A N C L A W ]] < . 

TiAT I'ooKS ix 'laiK (;kumv\ k \ X( i I" A. . k. -- OHciKk m f 's Cranuiiar, 
Adler's Reader, Schiller, (o)elhe, Adler's Dicliouarv. 

Text Hooks i\ the I'^kenci; Lvxocaoe. — k'as((uelles JM-eiieh 
( Vau'se, (k)llo(|uial Reader, IVIemaque, liacine, Surenne's Dictionary. 
Oral and written exercises in l)oth lan'/uaires throui^^hont the course 



20 



T> T r TC T \ S O X S E Af T N A K Y . 



( ) R X A M i: X T A I. r> \i A X c 11 r: s . 

Dhawix.;, i^AixTixi; axd Wax Fiu;n\— This department receives 
liberal attention. Superior facilities are furnished, under a compe- 
tent Instructor, exclusively devoted to this department, for the study 
and practice of Linear and Perspective Drawing, Pastel and Mono- 
chromatic Painting, Painting hi Oil, and in Water Colors. 

Music. — Yocal and Instrumental ^NEusic receives special attention. 
Instruction in A^ocal Music is given to the whole school, at regular 
periods. 

The ladies are ahovvt^l to Mihstitute these branches, together with 
( German and Prencii. for some of tho hi^rher studies in Mathematics, and 
for the r.atin and (ireek. 

1 he clashes in .Mensuration, I/^veling an(i Surveying, aie practiced 
in the use of the (Quadrant and otinn' instruments, an 1 in Plotting. 

In the d'partnrHit of Ancient Languages, the classes are. practiced 
in oral and writl-'ti exercises in F.Atin and (ireek, throughout the 
(bourse ; and, in the Tliird Year, in writing translations from Latin in- 
to (ireek, and from Greek into Latin. In addition to the books above 
named, Zinnpt\s Latin (Grammar and Kuhner's (ireek (Grammar are 
used. 

Anthon"s Classical Dictionary, Smilirs Dictionary of Greek and 
Poman Liography an:l Mythology, P.imsliorn's F.atin Synonyms, 
l^.obinson's Lexicon of the Xew Testament, and Forbigers Ancient 
rieogra})hy, are recommended as books of referencf^. 

liegular courses of Lrcturps will be -ivcn in Xatural I^hilosophy 
and Chemistry : and occiisionul {.''cturcs on Astronomy, Ceoloiry, amT 
siu'h other subj"('ts as the wants of particular classes may re((uire. 

Tlu' ehi^Ms in the Fir^t Vear of Academic studies have exercises in 
leading ;ind aiiaiy/.in- .Mihon, 'j'honii).^-o:i, :ind other pr)ets, in connec- 
t i(>n with ;i eonr-e df 
' ' I'a'iiiiKir. 



^f*''''-'' f"'inres on tiie princi{)!(>:^ of Fn'»iish 



A Xn!:M>.:, (^.\.x will l)e fortn^'d, (u-hen rcujuired,) and special atten- 
tion will b- iriven to t!io-e wlio m ly wish to prepare iheniselves for the 

important duties ut teai liine-. 

•^ '''' •■■''^'' ri,v:; wilLu^.i b' loriiied lor the beneli;, o!'hi -h as have 
l!]e M ini-ti'v in \'!.'vv. 

■;"/^''''^' '•^'' I)Ki'AUTMi.:xr.-~ln thi:^ L-ctun^s on Commercial Law, 
Folitieal Feraiomy and Mercantile ]':!i.|uett,e will be i^n'ven. Tlie course 
i[ielu(]es ail tliat is re'jnisite to the Practical Accountant. 



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T> I C Iv' I N S O \ H i: 3[ I N A R V . 



21 



LOCATION'. 



Williamsport Is one of the most beautiful and healthful places in the 
State. It has never been subject to epidemics of any kind. Xo stu- 
dent has hitherto suffered in health by a residence here. On the con- 
trary, many coming to the School sickly, have returned fully restored. 
The location is central and accessible from all quarters. The Railroad^, 
now completed, bring us within a few hours ride of Flmira, Lockhaven, 
Danville, Pottsville, Ilarrisburg, Ilollidaysburg, Philadelphia, Balti- 
more and X^ew York. X'o more desirable position for a Seminary of 
Learning can be found. 



x^ 



OJlir A X' I Z A T 1 X 



The School is organized on the most approved plan of the best In- 
stitutions of X^ew York and X^ew Kngland. It embraces both sexes, 
under the same government and instruction. 1"ne Principals family 
and the Teachers occupy apartments in the building, and have a coti- 
stant oversight of all the Students. 

The ladies' private and public roonrs are entirely separate from the 
others, and there is no association oi' the sexes but in the presence of 
their instructors. T/ic Ladies and Crnllcmrn hare /es.^ frrrdom of r>i~ 
tcrcoar^c here tium at hmnc. 

The happy inOuence, miUua/i,/ everted, in their slight association in 
the recitation-room, at the table, and in the public exercises of the 
(Chapel, is to bo seen in tlie cultivation of a cheerful and animated dis- 
position,— in the formation of good habits and manners,— in ardent de- 
votion to study,— and in the attainment of high moral character -- 
These with many other valuable^ results, h ive established the fact, that 
the best plan for a School is, according to the eviden^ ^i^<^rr^ of l?rovi- 
dence in the constitution of society, on the basis of a wel? regulated 
christian familv. ° ' 



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!' I (' ix I \ S () .\ S K M I X A R \ . 

A C (M) .M M O i) A V I O X 8 . 

Till' buildings will accomniodute (two in a roon]) about two hundred 
studcinls. 'Vhey ore of brick, heated by lurnaces in the cellar, and 
lighted with gas. The rooms are large and well ventilated. In the 
entire arrangement of the buildings, great care has been had for the 
comfort and health of the occupants. The errounds contain about sev; 
en acres, alFording suflicient room for exercise and play. 

^ V, () A \i [) [ X (;, ]•: T c . 



All studiMils from a di-lanci} ai'(^ I'lMiiiired to board in the Seniinaiv. 
J>y the following list of prices it will be seen that our t(:)tal expenses 
are (piite as low as that of any Ii.stitution of like grade in this State : 
ijot excepting tliose sclicols in \\l.i( h cL( iip scholarships have been sold. 
We desire to brini:: down the cost of education to the lowest point pos- 
sible, aiid thus Litlord to the mn^^c.s, soiau], intellectual, and moral cul- 
ture. l>oard, including wDshiiig (1 p'ecos,) room nr.d tucL Is .?2, ,*>.") 
pt r week'. 

(; A L K N J) A !; A X D K X T K X S K S . 

The H(niinary Year is dividtd into three unequal terms. Pupils are 
rcciived at any tiiiic Dciluction '(-r ab-u-uce is made on recommenda- 
tion of the l'\ieultv totlu! Trensuver. l>ills ivavable in advan^r 



V M.i. Ti:i;m 
W ! \i \.\i Ti; 



CnMMK.VCFS. 

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( .,i- a I id I 'ixtDres, 



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Jiectures, 

< 'i,i- -i<'ai 
< 'Iiarges, heat in': aiai clrai 
lie JO(Mi]-. Iialls, Ac. 



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T) T t; T X S O X S E >r T X A K ^' . 



23 



Music, Drawling, Painting, and .Modern Languages, T^ook-keepiiig, 
Ornamental Penmanship, and Wax Fruit, extra as follows : 

German and French, each .... 

Drawing, ...... 

Monochromatics and Pastel Paintini:, ea{;h 

Painting in Water Colors, .... 

Oil Painting, ...... 

Wax Fruit, (including materials,) 

Piano Music, (with use of instrument for pra,ctice,) 

]\relodeon " *' " " 

Vocal " 

Full Commercial Course, com})rising Pook-keeplng by Singh^ 

and Double Kntry, Vial:, and Ornamental F^enmanshi]), 

and Flourishing inclusive, 
h'ull Course in Ornamental renmansliip, 



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The 'JVustees insist on prompt payuKMit o( all bills at the commence- 
ment of each Term. Students remaining less than a I'erm will be 
charged at the >,?:^,50 ])er week lor l)oard, Ae. Xo deduction made 
for absence except in cases of protraft/ed siekne-^-. 

V A C A T 1 () X S . 

Short, Vacation at close of i^'all Term--two wee'.s. Long N'aca- 
tion at close of Academical Year --eight weeks. Xo V^ai'ailon be 
tween Winter and Summi^r Ternj. 



•i' K U M S OF A DM 1 S S I O X . 

1. The Student must be we]; recommended as to moral caaracbr. 
'I'he Sciiool is n()t design^;! to be ;i liou^e of llv'fu.o'. 

2. Must ari-atm-e witii tin- Trea-^iU'er, all bills, b I'are atiei^diu'X 
Pecitation^. 

.'h M'ast be willing to take al h.-ast Ibur :.tudies, unless (xcused l»y 
til" l>oard of iiistruet ioii. 

4. Minors nuist deposit with the Pr!nci}»al all spending money, 
to be returned in such amounts as he may think l)est. 

5. Must give assurajiee of comiiliaea'e with all the Pules and Peg- 
idations of th(^ School. 

X. i>. — h];ic!i Student will b.' considered a mem()er of the Institu- 
tion, until due notice shall have Ixvn give-n of inbMition to leave, and 
permission obtained of the Principal. 



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2t 



D T K T X SOX S E ^r T X A R Y . 



\l 00 MS A X 1) C L O 1^ II 1 X G . 

The rooms are furnished with all heavy article.^, bat the Students 
must bring their own she:ts (tor djiible beds,) pillows, pillow cases, 
blankets, counterpanes and towels, and find their own brooms and 
mirrors. 

Students should be supplied with warm, durable clothing, heavy 
boots and shoes, an umbrelia, and a pair of slippers to be worn while 
in the building. J!l artides of ChAkmg should he cmrfti.'ii/ mirked 
'U'ldi the fidl nil inc. ______ 

A r 1* A \l A T U S, 

The Seminary is Himished with a oUection of apparatus together 
with full sets of (lloi)es, Maps aiid (Quarts, and a Cabinet of Minerals, 
thus iitlurding facility lor illustration aiid experinieiit. 

I) 1 s c 1 r L I X h: . 

The Discipline is mild, b'lt iirni and impartial. While every encour- 
agement will be^iven to the ordi^rly and studious, and due allowance 
be made \ov youthful indiscretions, yet the lawless and refractory can- 
not Icjiii'' rcmaif) amrinu' us. 

u K L 1 (; 1 i: s s k r v i o k s . 

livery student is i'e(juired to atleiul religious servid.' at the optMjin?.^ 
;ui(l cles(; of sfiiool, each day, as w(.'li as public worship morning auii 
eveniiiLT. evriy Sabbath, (,-/ sjuh yhtcc d^ j)ircftls or ^j^iiardHins nun/ des- 
I'^iiCi! ('. 

X. i). — i'.acn .-.tudcnt mu.>l be .-applied with a ni!)le, U) be read 
I'jdhoiif nr)fr' or <rfliirinn rornni'ii! , \\\ the morning a!id evening s'a'vicis 
<»r tee ('lia.;*' I. 'j'li;' whole seliO'i! read in c(»neri-{. 



i. I T !■: u A i:: v :^ o o i v: t j i: s. 

Besides tii<' i-<'iralar W(\klv e.\ereI.M',> in (J*Mn[);)siti()n and l)i;clama- 



tion, there are t i!H>e nourishing l/il^'rary Sneieties in the Institution : 
the "IJelles L"t! res,"" "( Jamma Mp^ilon," and '■Tripartitt^ rnion/'each 
(»f which pi'cpares and I'eads t:)li;e school a paper once a niDiilh.-- 
Abont liiOO vols, ai'e in the Socictiv's' Libraries. 

M K \i i T A X i) 1) ]•: A! K \l \ V . 

A sti'iel, weddy record is Iv.-pt of ail th^' exi-rcises of the School, 
from which record the students will Ix; graded, and t'leir scholarship 
will be indicated in the annual (,)atalo"ue. 



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A record of demerits is also kept. 'I'ardiness, niiexcused absences 
from required exercises, and all disorderly conduct, will subject the stu- 
dent to demerit marks. Three such marks will bring a private reproof 
before the Faculty ; six, a reproof before the Ladies or Gentlemen, as 
the case may be ; nine, a public reprimand before the whole school ; 
and twelve may send the offender away. Semi-Sessional Reports are 
sent to parents. 

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Several steady young m(-n can have employment in the Institution, 
and thus meet a large portion of their expenses. 

Schools also can be had by Ladies and (ientiemen who d(\sire to 
teach. Applications are made from a distance for competent teachers. 

A WORD r V A R K X T S . 

1. Try to have your children here at the commencement of the 
term. The classes are then formtul, [\n(\ it will be better for all con- 
cerned for the student to start regularly with his class, 

2. \{ p()ssibl(\ do not call them away during the session. Absence, 
if only kn^ a few days, disarranges the classes, an 1 is generally the be- 
ginning of irregularity on the part of the scholar. 

3. Do not allow your children to leave the school before the ex imi- 
nations, unless it cannot be avoided. S-?rious inconv(Miience, to all con- 
cerned, often ai ises from a neglect of this cautiiai. 

4 Supply them renj spa ring/ ij with spending monev. Parents 
cannot be too cautious on this point. 

5 S'^lect for your child one of th;' i :-s' nr-toi-^, ;i< ^ Datron, U) dis- 
tribute his fan Is. Li tills way a m ;re j ida-io as n<.' o( yam- money 
will be made, and your cliiid be kept lro:.i many tianptat ion>. 

X. I>. —These ia.>t two saggcstioas are to be regard.d as estahlislied 
rules of the school. 

{I®" Students not boarding iti the Institution, must observe the 
followitig additional lailes : 

1. Attend Kv(M)ing Prayers. 

2. Must attend all the St.aninary Lxei-cis 's j)unctuallv. 

3. Must spend the inti^rvals betwct n re;atatiofH in the Study Ihill. 

4. Must accomr for all absences by wi'itten excus > without delay. 
time and number of recitations being specilied. 

5. .Must not visit the rooms of boarders, except durin"- recrtnition 
hours. 



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1 . During the liours of study, the students sliull not be unnecessari- 
ly absent from their rooms. 

-. At the lime appointed to attend prayer, recitation, lecture, or 
other exercise, each student shall repair qaiethj and prompt/ if to the 
place desiu^nated. 

.*>. At no time shall any student loiter in the halls, or about the 
doors, or indulge in jumping, loud talking, whistling, or any other un- 
necessary noise, or in the use of tabacco, in the buildings. 

-1. The students shall not be absent from their rooms at night al'ler 
the hour of study indicated by the ringing of the bell, nor shall they 
at any time, attend parties, or mixed assemblies, without permission 
from the Principal; nor shall they, at any time, visit taverns, eating 
lious^es, depots, or oliier places of public resort, or on any occasion in- 
dulge in the us(^ of intoxicating li(|uors. 

f). All profane and indecent language, playing at games of chance, 
injuring the property of the Institution or of the citi/.ens, (luarreliu^'- 
lighting, or the carrying ol' iire-arnis or other dang(jrous wea})ons, is 
strictly forljiddcn. 

C. \() student shall leave the limits of tlie town for a lon'a'r time 
than one hour without permission. 

7. I'^ach student will bii held strictly accountable for any dama'.^e 
he or she may causc^ to the S(,'minary property. 

8. The Teachers and Steward must, al all times, have access to the 
students' rooms, and if it be judged necessary, th(! rooms will be 
ch^ansed al the expcMise of the occupants. 



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i). Cleanliness of person and of apparel, and a gentlemanly and 
lady-like deportment must be observed by all. 

10. No water, dirt or other material, shall be thrown from any 
window in either building, or down the hot air flues, or into the halls 
after they have been cleaned. 

11. The occupants of the Boarding House must have their rooms 
swept and in order, and their lights extinguished, at the established 
hours. 

12. No student will be allowed to go a bathing, fishing, gunning or 
riding, without permission. 

13. ''Jlie students must not visit the kitchens, dining room, or any 
other room,*except their own, without permission. 

14. 'I1ie Sabbath must be strictly observed by all. Xo walking 
about, visiting, or receiving of visits, except by friends from home, will 
be allowed. All must attend public worship twice during the day, at 
such place as th.ey or their guardians may j)refer. 

1 .). Xo lady shall at any time recti ve calls from gentlemen at her 
own room. Friends from a distance can see the ladies in the parlor. 

1 0. The young ladies will not be allowed to leave the Seminary 
grounds, at any time, without j ermission ; and iIk; gentlemen will be 
restricted at the discretion of the Faculty. 

17. 'I'he students are expected to pay proper respect to the Stew- 
ard, as well as to all olhcers of the Institution. 

Is. No student shall change his or her roon;. or boardiiig place, 
without special permission from the PrincipaL 

1 1). Xo student will be permitted to f'uve the school, during its ses- 
sion, witliout an express reiiue^t from the parent or guardian, iniuh to 
the Principal, and with the consent ol (he Faculty. 

20. Any student, who without just cause, shall fail to attend the 
examinations, will be considennl as under censure, and will be so mark- 
ed on the next Catalogue. 

21. lYTuiission to be absent from any exercise must be obtained, if 
possible, before the absence occur. 



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'J.'5. Tlitj I/idirs and (ientlenu^n must not visit each others' apart- 
m Mils, walk or ride toj;ether without pernusnion ; nor must tliey at any 
time converse together from the windows. 



21. Students from the neighborhood will not be peimitted to visit 
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Any offending student may be punished, according to the na- 
ture of the offence, by private or public reproof, suspension, dismission 
or expulsion. 



'J('). Students dismissed or oxpflliMl, are expected to leave the prem- 
ises at once. 

2 7. Xo person, not a student, can attetid tlie Society meetinizs, un- 

' h'ss by express permission from the Faculty. 

28. Any temporary prudeiitiaj reuMilalion lor the goveriiment <»f iIk^, 
se'lMHt!. liuii the t,eaeii<'rs may s(>e lit I.) ado!)}, shall i«e e(iaally i^indini;" 
willi ill' se IJv Law-. 



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MIELOD E O IsTB, 

GEO. A. PRINCE & CO. , MANUFACTURERS, 
B U F F A 1. () , N . Y . 



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Combining all of 'their recent Improvements— the Divided Swell, 

Improved Pallet, Organ Melodeon, &c. 

('riic J)i\ idcd Sw clN'cnn ir,il y ))'' (i')l;ii!U'il iii Mfloiicims of our .Maiiuriiel uit. ) 

^^J,UOO O F (> I H m K li O D i: O ?i S ARE N O ^ V 1 IV U «s K . 




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'I'wd I'.iniks of Keys. 5 Sets ol llccd-:. 8 Stoi)-;, 1 ,', ()clavi> !''ool: I'cilals, 
1 Set of of Heeds in l^edal liass halepiMidcMit , S'J-'**). 

I'Uiei'is OK i'oirr\in-K i.\s'i'i:rMi':\"'i's. i.-n- ortjix.'.c i., I'.si."'. i'.iir .ni .1 iinir 

< tcl;lVt', (' to i'", S(')lt. \"\\r ( )'M:i\ r, !■' Id !■', >':<. i I \ c ( »c1r \ f. i »n!i'.|>- I I i . , i' t,, | _ SK'l!. 

IMJ KT'S Ol'" I'lAXO (' \SI'".I). — ri\c ( »ci;r> >■, i" Im I'. SiOI. >; \ Ort;; \ ■•, i ' lo i '. ^^ i;'0. ;■,..:. 

Whole3ale Depot 87 Fulton St, liTew York, and 110 Lake St., Chicago, 111, 
Manufactory, cor. of Niagara &o Maryland St?., Buffalo. 

iriiolcsd/e A^jruh.- — T\rssKr,T> .^' Fi-r.LKK, Tvosf on, Ma-^. : W . V. Cor.- 
lunix, (vlneinniiti, (). ; ]).\LMi;it A \Vi:i;Ki?, St. Leiiis Mo.; V\\. \\ 
AVEm.Kix, New Orleans. 



The Oldest Establishment in the United States, employing 1200 Men 
and Finishing 80 Instruments per week. 

All .Mrlnt'ciillN III" (i;: |- ^l ;i 1 1 ll i;!i-; i: '•(-, c; ' 'nT X'M ! , y p,^ u;- i irj i", ~ in ;r, i\' p'l 't i i!' \\\f 1 'ii it" I "■■;i :cs 
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.\(;i",NTS. (or the ^;llc ol' Mill- .Mrldil-.Mi-, !i.!\ 1: ;'i:;!;il 
liic I'liiU'il St;ltl■^ aiiil (";i!!:i' ;,is. 



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rics, T: ;!i'!iirs, aii'i juircliasci-s 'j-cncraily, i- iiiviic(l. 



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BOOK T3INI3ERY, 

Over Nos. 4, 6, 8 and 10 Lake Street, 



The facilities in tliis establishment Cor executi :<;• Jou 1*ki\tix(;, o( 
every style, are une({ualle(l in any other between New York and Jiuflalo. 
We have in constant operation one of Hoe's Cylinder Power Presses, 
and two of Gordon's Alligator I*resses, all driven by steam ; and tin; 
olfice is well stocked with all inatd'ial necessary for doin<:^ all classes of 
work' in the best style. 

Particular attention is i,nven to th(; priiitini; of School Catalo^nes, 
Law Cases and Points, I*aper Pooks, and i)aniphlet work of all kind'.. 

Having- a Book Pindery and Ruling- Machine in connection with the 
printing office, we can furnisli Planks of all kinds ruled to any pattern, 
with or without printed headings, and Plank Books bound in any style. 

This School Catalogue is reierred to as a specimen of our work. 

Persons at a distance ordering by letter may rely on having work 
done ])romptly and coi'rectly, end on reasonable tern'is. Address, 

FAIRMAIsr & CO., Elmira, N. Y. 





Corner of Third and Pine Streets, 
WILLIAMSPOHT, PA. 















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th(; cii !;' 'iH i»! i.vriimiim' ( 'oniii v. mid !» 'iiii;' ctuiin'clcd with somr of 

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New ^'oi'k', oi- tin' otlicr si(](\ 



to!" tlif >:iiiif (jiialily (»l (ioud-. ( >iir Uoots and Shoes an,' all ( 'iistoiii 
niadi', and we wari'aiit th(nii to <'i\>' 'j'.'iu'i'a! .-at i^faction. 
i'l<'a,-~t' call lit'jori' p'lrcha^inj,- I'lscwhcrc. 

n. 11. dAMKSON. 

.\ . 15. Siud.'iil- at (ciidi!)';' tiic St'iiiitiaiT. can lia\i' their IJools and 
Rlioe^ innd(^ to *>rdcr. at ihc loAust pnv-ihlc i-aiis. 



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Grovcr k Baker S(n\iii>j; MiKjliiiie Co. 

WILLIAMSPORT A^EN€y, 



Having oTcatly inereast^d their (acrilities for nianufaeturino' then- cele- 
brated P'aniily machines, with all the reeent improvements, "liave redu- 
ced their prices, and oiler f or sa'e a New Style Machine, 



Price $50 --Hemmer $5 Extra. 

It is no lon^rcM' a (jiieslion that these Machines are the bi^st in us ' 
For family sewin-;, lh(7 Hem, Fell, (Either, Stitch in a most superior 
manncT, and are th.? only Machines in the market that are so well 
and smn:rfy^made that they may be sent into families with no oth r in- 
structions than are contained in a circular which accompanies each 
Machine, and from which a child of ten y(!ars may nnidily learn to use 
ar d keep them in order. 'V\wy mak(^ upwanjs of ti'ftcMMi Inimh'eiJ stitch s 
per mimite, and will do the sewing- of a, lamily chea])er than a servant 
can (]o it, even if she works at the rate ot one c"nt an hour. Is tlu^n^ a 
husband, father or l.rother in the land, in the [Inited Slates, who will 
permit the drud-vry of hand-sewi u- in his family, when a (trover .V 
J5ak(T Machine will do it better, more (-xpedit i;)usly, and cliea[)er ihan 
can possit)ly be done by hand. 

Fleasesendto 1). I^^I A M KSOX, Williamsport, for a Ciriadar a^ 
he lias been appointed Ai^vnt for Lycomini^- and I'linlon comities. 



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CLOTHS. CASSIMIJRHS, lKsriX(;s, SIIi:tTS,('()LLAJis 

UM)i:/:sninrs, drawkiis, 11 dk rs, (uajvi:s, 

HOSE, SI spi'jyjjuns, 

constantly on hand, and a ocntral stock of 

HENTS FUHNISHm<; <J0<3fiS: 

also, a lar^-e stock ol' (JLOTHIXt;. 

Harments made to order in the best sfyk^ and (.n the most, rea ■ 

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THIRD STREET, 

(Xcw Store) opposite the Court House, 

WILLAMSPORT, PA. 



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'Die subscriber lias in connection with his l^iiloring Establishment 

A LARGE CLOTHING STORE. 

lie also kee{)s on hand, at all times, an excellent assortment of goods, 

made and umnade, for 

Q>^mf hMmmr^ w^bmu^ hpphu^i,. 

Anything' in the Clothinu: line manufactured at the shortest notice 

and in the best style. 

(il.NTl.I .MIAN'S la UNISI llXCr (rv)C)J)S, 

of III! d('Sci'i})tions. 
June. is^!). S. M. CIIAXS. 



NEAY STOBE! CHEAP GOODS! 



The und" i'sl"iu'd kiri)> con-tantlv on hand a Inll a>surtment ol 

€ARPETS, HATS, 

(Groceries, CnM-kcr^. riiiiiis, Oils tihiss, JN^ails, 

SaSf BI5 Sa<:Ks ati«! I5arr<*ls, *tc.^ S.v. 

His Sl!)c'U is rcpi.'iiidicd W(c]vl\- IVom the \c\v York', rhiladdpliia 

and r>;dlini(»ri' Markcis. 

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Accordeons, Flutes, Guitars, &c., &c., 

J-'ou SAl.lv, i;!';i'Aiui;i» oi^ i-;.\('il ax(.'KI». 

MUSIC Fim THE PIANO, VIOLIN, 

GUITAR, FLUTE, ACCORDEON, &c. 

Music Books mid Inslriiclors lor all Inslnimeiils. 

Violin, liuiiar, \ iofonccl(o <\: i>anjo 

STilIN<JS, OF THE BEST QUALITY. 

IMANOS 'rUM-:i). \i()[JX IU)\VS r.KllAlRKD. 
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VIOLINS. .\CCOin)K()NS. FIJ TES, (IITLIIIS. 

l)[oliu ^oto, ^ribgcs, ilo^in, Tuning ^'orli5, ^iffs, iVc. 

.tccordeoHS Kcpaired. t^iolins Kepaircd. 



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WHOLESALE & KETAIL DEALEE IN 



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'I'll' inidcrsiu'iKM] ;ir(> Manufacturing', and expcH't to have constantly 

FLOORING, WINDOW FRAMES 



Scroll colorh if l«il^n^(! MHtfrials ^rncralh). 



lU'lnt^- also lai-i;('Iy interested in the Manufacture and I^ivinirand Scl- 
linu' I.unilier, tliey will keep constantly on hand I.i miiek' of all ((uali- 
ties. wliieh they will re saw or nianulacturc to o;dei-, or sell it ))y the 

Car or Boat Load in Bulk. 

I'!\('ry Lumber Dealer will find more or less in our Stock of Luniher 
or Manulnctured Material that caiuiot tail to suit city or country sales. 

J. SALLADK A CO. 

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Dr. R. keeps on hand a ^00 I assortment of SINGLK, I^^LAIN 
AND GUMTKETil, as well as BLOCK TP^KTII, of his own 
manufacture ; but desires to call attention particularly to the Improved 

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Fillinjj and Preserviiio- Natural Teetli 

All Work Guaranteed tu give Satisfaction. 














WILLIAMSPORT, PA., 

DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS 

FINE TOILET SOAPS, FINE HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES, 



rpESruiiERy, 

urc SSliius aub Sifjuors for lllcbcdnitl itsfs, 

:j}^ a ?i 'G ':r a j;f id il' © u il :li li a ]r ^e :[ 'B 'l-j^q, 

Trusses and Siioulder Braces ; Manufactured 'I'obacen. SnulVand ('i^^irs; 
(ilass, I'utty, Paints, Oils, N'arnishes, Dye Stulls, (iarden ScimIs ; 

SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS. 

Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded, and all ordeis cor- 
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DRY GOODS, 

of all kinds. 

GROCERIES, 

of tJ)(; very best ((iiality. 

(H'l^KNS WAUK, II AUDWAKK, .^r.,;vc., Cli(aj)er than they can 
be bou^Hit at anyothcr .^torc in town! 'i'he only way you can be 

satisliec! is to call and see Cor yourselves. 
_ 1\r/nn/(/>ci\ f/ir Cornrr of Third and Midhemj Streets. 

AV. \l. \^ANl)ElUJE[;r. 



SADDLE, HARNESS & TRUNK 

South-east cor. of Third and Midbcrni Sts., 
WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



Kc<!>(-cirully announces to tlH" cili/.cns of W'iliianisport and vicinity, 
l!ial lie Matiufactuivs and k(( })s cdnslant iy on lamd a lull assortment. (>( 

sai)I)jj:s, bridles, harness, 

IIoisc-Blaiikcls, Whips, Fly-Nct.s Tiiiiiks. 

and in short, evci-y tliinii; in his lific ol' businc ss. 

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MR. & MRS. E. CALVERT, 

Respectfully announce to the citizens of Williamsport and vicinity. 

they have fitted up a anew their 

SPA€I<3US I€E-€REAM SAL06NS. 

0)1 tlte SoidJi-East cor. of Market S(i}iare and Ihird Sired, 

for the reception of Ladies and (Jentkmen, where they will be politely 
waited on by Mrs Cai;vp:rt and daughter, with the very best article, 
mede of the very best Cream trom the country farms. 

Thankful for past favors, they ask a continuance of the li' eral pa- 
tronage heretofore extended to them. 

'J'hey also keep for sale all kinds of 

'§xt\\)i, Dies, Calits, CniiMts, ll'uts, |nut, h., ^i. 

South East Corner of Market Square, 



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AVill attend })romptly to all business (^nlrustelto hinn in ihe several 

(counties of tla^ West Hranch X'allcy. 



A. J. DlirrRICMC. 



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DIETRICK & PARSONJi, 





V V I C F. N J' I N E S T R E K T , 

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Will attend promptly to all business ^ntrustcMl to their car(\ iti the 
Comities of Lycoming, Sullivan and ('linton. 



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A . P A- Q K ' S 

NEW FUiHITUiE STiiE 

Third-St.j opposite the Episcopal Church, 

WH.LlAMSrORT, PA., 

Is sti|)j)li('(l with ;i full asMttnent of i'arniture of all kinds, such as 

lar/or, |ttll ^ (ILIjainber Sets! 

A lar<,^o and ooihtuI assort mvm)! of COMMON FUUNTrURK, 

CaiK'Sealand \Vin<l>'or Ohairs, of jilI kiiuls ; Hair, Husk and Straw 
Mattras.sns ; (jilt, Hull' and (^)nHn()n Window Shades, and Bailey's 
l*at(uil Ourtain h'ixtuns ; ti Licn(M^al assortment ol o-ood (yarpetinii's ; 
(iilt, Rosewood, Mahoi^'anv, and Walnut Lookin*^" (glasses ; l^lates to 
till old l^Varncs : (iilt and Rosewood Moldinj^M lor Pieture Frames, and 
a full assort m(Mit of (ilass, from S by 10 up to 'M] by ^)i) inehes. 

Undertaking, in all its branches, 

will he attf^iuknl to as usual hv A. Fau'e, at his old stand on Third-st. 
a"|u11 assortment (>t si/.N of i'ATKN T MKTALH^ lUIRIAL CA- 
SKS. AM) Z1X(^ IdNKI) (^VSKS, for [reezino- the corpse in warm 
weather. IW A u'ood Jlearse alway-^ in ati(Mi(kin('(! at funerals, when 
ord<M's are l<*ft at the Furnishin<^ and Cndcrtakin^ Mstablishment of 
Jun»' 1h:)!) ' A. PAOK. 



LEWIS McDowell, 

WILLIAMSPORT, PA., 

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W'c now ofT''r. a! i xrsi" \i,i,\' row !'i;i('!>\a n.ost extensive assortment of 

iUilLDlNG IIAIIDW^ARE, 

IN r red and llollrd liar Iron and Steely 

SADDl.KRS' AM) (M ) A(M I M A K FRS' W ARK AM) 1H)0r.S, 

L^:A'^IlKl^ a siiok fim)IN(;s, ma(mii\f RKj;n\(;, 

I'ARMlNi; IMI'LFMKN'i'S, Ac, Ac, Ae. 

Di'idcrs su])plied with (ittods in our lin(\ iit AV^holesale rates. 



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