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AVI L L I A JI S P II T DICKINSON S E JI I X A II Y . 



DIRECTORS 



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Rkv. a. a. Reese, D. i)., President^ 
Abram Updegraff, Treasurer, 
Key. Irvin JI. Tokrence, Sccrefarj/^ 
JIev. John U. Dasuiell, A. i\[. 
Rev. James J I. Brown, 
Hon. John Smith, 
Jacob Sallade, 
Hon. Eli Slifer, 
Wiijjam Frtck. 



Baltimore^ Md. 

Williamfiport. 

Philadelpliia . 

Baltimore, 
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Rev. T. a. Fernley. 



Philadelphia Conforonco. 

Rev. Joseph IF. Wythe. M. J), 



East Baltirnoro Conference. 



Rev. I^ 1). Hamlix, A. M. 



Rev. T. M. Reese, 



Rev. J. W. lfED(;Es. 



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\V 1 I. I, I A M S r O 11 T DICKINSON SEMINAR Y, 



l^^A-OULTY 



Rev. THOMPSON MITCHHLL, A. M., President, 

Moral Philosophf and Belles Letires. 



J. W. FEKrvKH, A. M 



M(ffIir7)Ui(lcs 



WM. II. DILL, A. li, 



GKORCJL W. JOHN, A. L, 



Ancient Jycn/;jNaf/es. 



Natural Science, and German, 



WILLLVM LKHITON, 



Jnstramenfal and Vocal Music. 



Miss MARY R. CUSHMAN, 



Miss LAL^RA M. VAN NKSS, 



Ri.x. .lOllX T). WALLAd': 



S. M. (;IP,1'>S, 



Precej 'tress. 



J*aintin;i and Draicinff. 



Prcj^iaralori/ Department. 



Penmanship and Jholc Keeping. 



I). SHOWERS. Sfncard and Treasurer, 



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<;JIAJ)UATES OF 1 8.-3i> 



Wilson C. Kress. 



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Krert, Annie ^L 
Emery, Lizzie 
IIyman, Sallie Pt. 
Miller, R. Jennie 
Nash, Kate E. 



Pautun, John H. 

FiDLER, CllAS. L. 

Hal'pt, Geo. W. 
SwKNtiLE, David F. 



YocuM, Geor(;e M. 



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LADIES. 



KESIDENCKS. 



Africa, Eunice M. 
Anderson, Annie R. 
Barton, Laura J. 
Berger, Sallio K, 
Biddle, E. Emma . 
Binder, IL 
Binder, C. 
Caldwell, Annie E. 
Chambers, Ava W. 
Chaw ford, Mary 1]. 
Dashiell, Mary 
Deale, Carrie H. 
Ei)ert, Annie M. . 
Emery, Lizzie 
Faux, II. Lizzie 
Flemin[r, Laura C. 
Fowler, Ida P. 
Fox, Tillie E. . 
Fribley, Annie 
Frick, Emma B. 
Crates, Arli M. 
(Jearhart, 8. Jennie 
Gephart, Jest a A. . 
(Jilmore, Clara A. 
Gilmore, ]\rary 
Gulick, Kate 
Ilalenbakc, Ellie S. 
Ilartman, Clara 



J [anting don^ 
Milcshurg^ 
JTdhhoro\ Md. 
Williamsport^ 
Jlughesville^ 
Philadelphia^ 
Williamsporl, 

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Baltimore^ Md. 

Dunkirk^ '• 

York^ 

Wellsboro' 
Danville.^ 

Wdliamsport^ 
Dunkirk^ ]\[d. 
Mainshurg^ 
Muncy^ 
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Xippeiiose Valley^ 

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Hartman, Magoic 
Ilaughawout, S. Fannie 
llcrr, Annie M. 
IIcss, Louisa 
Hvrnan, Sallie R. . 
Hamlin, Fannie K. 
Kellv, S. Kate 
Koch, Alvina 
Lantz, S. Kate 
Laird, Kebceca .1 . 
Leach, Eliza 
Liggett, Sallie . 
Lowe, Maggie II 
Lntcher, Louisa 
Lvnn, Jennie 
^[artz, Helen M. 
]\Iiller, 11. Jennie 
Mich ell, M. Jennie 
Morgan, (Carrie 
Muflly, RebfH'ca 
Multz. Annie M. 
Mu.-sina. Laurelia 
Nasli, Kate K. 
Oliver, Annie S. 
Otto, Alice M. 
Fatten, Snllie i-]. 
(^)uiun. Oanic 
Kank. II« h^i L. 
Sechlcr. Li/zic {' . 
Showers. IN'Iwmc.l A . 
Showers. M. I'hinii;! 
Show('rs. i*'r;inki(' L. 
Sterling, I hi tile A. 
Taher, Mmi'v I>. 
Ta,vl(.i-. i:i!le .M, 
Thonip-on. M;il ti' 
Trainer, Ainnnda 
Updegi'all, ('b'.r.L 
('pdegrair. Kate 
Updc'jrair, hi//.ie 
Updegra!!', \j\\r\ 
Watson, Annie 1\ 
Welch, Annie M. 



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York, 
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Siiloiia, 

IliigJicsrille. 

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Watso?/loir?i, 
WilUamsport, 

JhtUimore, JId. 

JJeech Creek, 

Arinstroiyj^ 

Snufh Bend, Lid . 
Liglit Slrectj 
]\^eiv C/nnherhnid, 

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F'tsfon, Md. 
Howard^ 
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IIESIDENCES. 



Welch, Eugic E. 
Wertman, Ellic M. 
AVise, Lucy M. , 

W^inegardner, Sallie 
Winegardner, Beckie 
Wrighter, Kate E. 
Yetter, Maggie 



Owingsville^ Md. 

Rohrsburej^ 

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Allen, Thos. E. W. 
Arringdale, W. Lawrenci 
Ayres, Lewis Cass 
Baker, Wm. 
Barton, John H. 
Banmgardner, Jos. Iv. . 
Bennet, Thos. 
Biggs, E. IL 
Bingham, II. Todd 
Bodine, De Witt 
Boone, Chas. A. 
Bowen, Geo. S. 
Bowman, C. Preston 
Bowman, Simon S. 

Brannan, Thos. 

Bran nan, Geo. A. 

Brittain, Newton S. 

Bucknian, S. J. 

Burnly, C. W. 

Butt, 0. 11. 

Calhihan, (Jeo. W. 

Caldwell, Thos. 11. 

Campbell, Francis C. 

Carpenter, Emory 

Cook, Geo. W. 

Covert, Jas. F. 

Cramer, Jacob 

Crawford, Chas. F. 

Crawford, Jos. 

Crawford, W. Fisk 

Creveling, Seth A . 

Crosthwaite, A. Clarke 

Cuddv, Jas. B. 

Cunnnings, Kobt . F. 



lAheriy^ 
Easton^ Md. 

Williamsporf^ 
Baltiviore.1 Md. 

Village (ireen^ 
Ka<jleville^ 

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lltiyheisville, 
Espji, 

Balfuuore. Md. 
\Villiani!<iKdi^ 
j\Iillef\sljurg, 
(hvlnqr: MUls. Md. 



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Dashiell, Wm.H. . 




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Davis, Chas. W. 
Deppen, J. C. 
Dobson, A^djim 
Dodge, Willie F. . 
Dukes, J. R. 


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Myei'sioivn^ 
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Williamsport, 
Denton^ Md. 


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(Jihiiorc. 11 . S. 


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(ioodc, ( U'O. S. 

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Guycr, Thos. L. 


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Hall, Jerome 15. 


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NAMES. 



Hanpt, Geo. W. 
Hay den, Llewellyn 
Harvey, Wm. O. 
Heivly, John 
Hervly, J. A. 
Heller, Jno. E. 
Hepburn, C. W. 
Hepburn, A. D. 1. 

Hepburn, C. II. 

Hepburn, A. I). 2. 
Herr, Ilenrv R. 
Herr, Joel A. 
Hess, Godfrey 
Hill, J. Harvev 
Hoffman, Chas. 
Hopson, J. i\I. 
Hutchison, Jos. G. 
Heysore, W. F. 
Impson, Jacob C. 
Jameson, D. R. 
John, Wm. Emory 
Jordon, Wm. II. 
Jorg, Edward . 
Keefer, Aaron 
Kepner, Iknj. F. 
Kline, Wm. F. 
Koch, E. (t. 
Kress, Geo. (r. 
Kridler, I). H. 
Land is, Isaac R. 
Lee, Asbury W . 
Lee, Jas. M. 
Leib, Thos. N. 
Lesher, Chas. M. 
Levan, John 
Levan, F. W. 
Liggett, Fisher 
Llovd, Wm. iMcClure 
Lowe, William 
Lucas, Harry P. 
'^r^yon, Wn>. II. 
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Sunhury, 
Williamsport, 

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Salona, 
Williamsport, 
Ilaghesvillc, 
Williajnsport, 
Farrandsville, 
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Williamsport, 



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Berlin, 3Id. 
Co uder sport, 
Williamsport, 
Miller shiirg, 
Klinesgrove, 
Armstrong, 
Lock Haven, 
Sf. Thomas, 
Halifax, 
Ahingdon, Jld. 
Towsontoivii, Md. 
Philadelpliia, 
Nitrthundjerland, 
Williams})ort, 



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Williamsport, 

J lay Hundred, Md. 

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^'AMES. RESIDENCES. ^ 


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Marks, Levi . . . FJimsport, 


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Matte, John . . . WiUiawsport, 


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Maynard, J. W. . . '' 


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Meredith, John 11. . . Jlarmojiy, 31d. 


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Mitchell, J. T. . . Willianuywrf, 


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Mitchell, John 11. . . ^ 


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Mitchell, John l\ . . . Howard, 


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Mitchell, Wni. P. . . '' . . . 


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Miller, Thos. J. . . . MonUon, Md. 


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Miller, Philip . . . WilUamspori, 


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Moore, 8. Grant ... *« 


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Moores, Edwin I). . . Baltimore, Md. . 


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Mover, II. C. . . . WiUiam.sport, 
Mutlly, J. W. . . lloivard, 


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Myers, (leo. P. . . . ]ViUiamspor(, 


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Neir, J. Irvin . . . roUer\'i Milh, 


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Nonrse, (Jeo. . . . Williamsporl, 
(jlivcr, J. C. . . . '^ 

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Packer, Geo. S. . . . WdliamsporL 
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Russell, Evans • 
Rutter, E. J. 
Rutter, Robt. A. 
Ryon, Thos. 
Sankey, R. A. 
Scott, Howard 
Schaefer, Sarus 
Schoch, S. S. . 

Schwenk, S. R. 
Shaw, James W. 
Showers, Alex. 
Slate, H. A. 
Smith, J. M. 
Smith, Thos. J. 
Smith, S. 
Smith, Frank R. 
Si)eaker, L. B. 
Springer, John 
Stadon, (hirtis E. 
Staufier, John 
Sullivan, John V. 
S wen gel, David l'\ 
Swift, George . 
Shannon, J. V. 
Tallman, H. 
Thomas, John P. . 
Timunu?^, John 
Tompkins, V. V. 
Trayer, T. P. . 
Troxel, I. (I. L. 
Tuttle, II. P>. . 
Tuttle, Wm. T. 
UpdegraiT, Wm. 
Vandersliee, John A. 
VanGasken, II. Clay 
\'ollmar, lu'eip^rick 
Wilson, A. F. 
Wallace, Jeremiah S 
AV^atson, Brainard . 
Watson, Wm. S. 
Watson, Oliver 
Wc igel, Daniel 11. 
Weisel, George AW 



Larrif s Creek, 

Toicsontoivn, Md. 
a 

Toicanda, 
Fotter's Mills, 
Monkton, Md. 
Locust, 
Middh'burf/, 
Minersville, 
Harrington, Del . 
William sport, 

Nippenohe, 
Middlchurc;, 
Nciv Jjcrrij, 

IJdVs Crow, 
Will cams port, 
LiijJit Street, 
M unci I, 

Laltimore, Md,. 
Mtddlehunj, 
Williimsport, 
Light Street, 
WarrensviUe, 
Lyogalsock, 
Randall stolen, Md. 
Philadelphia, 
MincrsrUle, 
M^illlamsporf. 

Nrw llrrii, 

Vhanixville, 

Sliamokin, 

WUliaiiiKport, 

Jl^rrrensrifte, 

LaJifsville^ Md. 

Williamsport, 
a 

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Williamsport, 



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NAMES, 



rf:sidences. 



S. D. 



White, Henry AV. 
White, George 
Wilkison, James 
AVilliams, Samuel N. 
Williams, J3enson J. 
Wiriegardner, Thomas Z. 
Woodward, Jose})li 
Woodward, Oliver . 
Yate.^^, John R. . 
Yoeum, George M. 
Yocum, Joseph J. 
Youngman, S. L. . 
Younfrman, A. . 



JVi/Iiaf/i sport, 

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Elimspori, 

Williamsporl, 

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Norihumhcrland, 

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PAINTING AND DRAWING ALONE. 



Beisell, Miss Mary 
Finley, Mrs. John 
Gilmore, Miss Sallie 
IIeid)urn, ^Mrs. Thomas 
Nash, Miss Hattie 
H; raver, ]\Iiss Marv 



Wilson, Rev. Mrs. Elijah 
Faries, Frank 
Ham, Williain 
kStoetzel, Jacob 
8tei)lian. Master Philip 
Uhl, Master Jhirrv 



IX COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT ALONE. 

IWnkard, Wm. A. Brownell, II. S. 

Wilson, George 

S. Sc!i.,l;ii-..],ii,. 
i>. I'cpDrtiiicnt. 

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OOIIRSE OF 8TITI)Y 



Upon completing the following Course, the Student will be entitled to a 
Classical Diploma. To those who omit the Languages, a Scientific Diploma 
will be given. Those intending to enter College, and others not wishing to 
complete the Course, can pursue such studies as they desire, subject to tlie 
action of the Board of Instruction. 

P R E P A R A T R V . 



FIRST C LASS. 
Reading, Spelling and Defining, 
Geography, ..... 
Arithmetic — Mental, .... 

Written, . . . • 

English Grammar, .... 

First Lessons in English Composition, 
General History, ... 

S EC N I) C L A SS 

Reading, Spelling and Defining, 

Geography and ]\Iap Drawing, 

English Grammar, • . . . 

History of the United States, 

Etymology, ..... 

Arihmetic, • • . . . 

Algebra — Intellectual, 



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Written, 



Composition and Declamation 



Sanders' Series. 

Monteith. 

Colburn. 

Loomis. 

Wells. 

Quackenbos. 

Goodricli. 



Sanders. 

McXally. 

Wells. 

Goodrich or Quack en bos. 

Lynd. 

Loomis. 

Tower. 

Loomis' Elements. 



C^ L A S S I V> A L A N I) S G I E N T I F T ( j 

FIRST TERM— FIRST YEAR. 



English Grammar, 

Modern History, . 

Algebra, 

Latin — 1st IJook, 



Wells. 

Willson. 

Loomis. 

McClintock k Crooks. 







SECOND TERM 

Advanced Composition and Rhetoric. 

Modern History— continued, 

Algebra, ..... 

Latin — 2d Book, .... 

Greek — 1st Book, 

Classical Antiquities, .... 

THIRD TERM. 

Advanced Composition and Rhetoric, 

Physical Geography, .... 

Physiology, 

Algebra, ..... 

Latin — Caesar, . . . . . 

Greek — 1st Book, 



Quackenbos. 

Willson. 

Loomis. 
McClintock & Crooks. 
McClintock & Crooks. 

. Baird. 



Quackenbos. 

Warren . 

Cutter. 

Loomis. 

Bullion. 

McClintock & Crooks. 



During the Year— Orthography, Reading, Composition, Declamation and 
Vocal Music. 



S E C N D Y E A R— F I R S T T E R iA[ . 



Ancient History and Geography, 

Biblical Antiquities, .... 

Astronomy, ..... 

Zoology ...... 

Geometry, ..... 

Latin — Caesar and Cornelius Nepos, 

Greek — Anabasis, «... 

S E (^ N D T E R M . 

Ancient History and (Jeography, 

N-itural Philosophv, 

Mental Philosophy, .... 

(Jeometrv, .... 

Latin — De Scnectute and (Jvid, 

(J reck — Anabasis; Greek Testament, 

TRIP I) T E R M . 

Rlu'toric, 

Philosophy of History and Chronology. 

Constitution of United States, 

Mental Philosophv, . 

Natural Philosophv, 

^•Conic Sections, 

L;>tin — Virgil and Sallust, 

(J reek — Memorabilia and Odvssev, 

D(:rin(} the Yp:ar— Composition, Declamation and 



Willson. 

Nevin. 

Mattison's Burritt. 

A gas si z. 

Loomis. 

Owen. 



Willson. 

Wells. 

Uj)ham. 

Loomis. 

Owen. 



Coppee. 
Willson, 

Stor}', 
Ilpham. 

Wells. 
Loomis. 

Owen. 



Vocal Music. 



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THIRD Y E A R — F I R S T TERM. 

Moral Philosophy, ...... 

Evidences of Christianity, . . . • 

Chemistry, . . . . . . . 

Botany, ....... 

^Trigonometry, (Plain and Spherical,) Mensuration, Leveling, 
Surveying and Navigation, .... 

Latin — Cicero's Orations, .... 

Greek — Cyropaedia and Hiad, 

SECOND T E R M . 

Political Economy, ..... 

Logic, ....... 

Geology, ...... 

^Analytical Geometry . . . . 

•^•Mineralogy, ......' 

* Mechanics, ...... 

Latin — De Officiis Livy, .... 

Greek — Iliad and Herodotus, . . . . 



Wayland. 

Paley. 

Wells. 

Gray. 

Loomis. 

Owen. 



Wavland. 

Coppee. 

Hitchcock. 

Loomis. 

Dana. 

Smith. 



T II I R I) TERM. 



Emory & Crooks. 

Wells. 

Hitchcock. 

Loomis. 

Loomis. 



Butler's Analogy, ..... 

Chemistry, ...... 

^Geology (continued,) ..... 

^Calculus, Differential and Integral, 

'j'-Practical Astronomy, ..... 

Latin — Horace and Tacitus, 

Greek — Sophocles and Herodotus, .... 

During the Year — Composition, Declamation and Elocution. 

♦For tliose studies laarkt'il witli ii *, otlier.s may 1k> substitiilcil. Tims the ConrHc may \u- accdinnuMliitcil to 
tlif wants of T.adios and (Icntlt'iiifii. 



MODERN LANGUAGES. 

Text Books in thk German Language — Ollendorfs Grammar, Adler's 
Reader, Schiller, Goethe, Adler's Dictionary. 

Text Books in the French Language. — Fasquelle's French Course, 
Collo{iuial Reader, Telemaque, Racine, Surenne's Dictionary. 

Oral and written exercises in both languages throughout the course. 



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O R N A M E N T A L BRAN C 11 E S . 

DuAwiNG, Paintixc; and Wax Fruit.— This department receives liberal 
attention. Superior f^icilities are furnished, under a competent Instructor 
exclusively devoted to this department, for the study and practice of Linear 
and Perspective Drawing, Pastel and Monochromatic Painting, Painting in 
Oil, and in Water Colors. 

Music— Vocal and Instrumental Music receives special attention. Instruc- 
tion in Vocal Music is given to the whole school, at regular periods. 

The ladies are allowed to substitute these l)ranches, together with German 
and French, for some of the higher studies in Mathematics, and for the Latin 
and Greek. 

The classes in Mensuration, Leveling and Surveying, are practiced in' the 
use of the Quadrant and other instruments, and in Plottino-. 

In the department of Ancient Languages, tlie classes are j.racticed in oral 
and written exercises in Latin and Greek, throughout the Course; and, in 
the third year, in writing translations from Latin into Greek, and from Greek 
into Latin. In addition to the books above named, /umpt's Latin Grammar 
and Kuhner's Greek Grammar are used. 

Anthon's Classical Dictionary, Smitii's Dictionarv of (h'cek and Roman 
Biography and Mythology, Ramshorn's Latin Svnonvms, Robinson's Lexicon 
of the New Testament, and For})iger's Ancient Geography, are recommended 
as books of reference. 

Regular courses of Lectures will be given in Natural Philosophy and Chem- 
istry: and occasional Lectures on Astronomy, Geology, and such other sub- 
jects as the wants of particular classes may rcfjuire 

The classes in th(^ First Year of Academic studies have exercises in readin- 
and analyzing Milton, Thompson, and other poets, in connection with a 
course of familiar lectures on the i)riuciplcs of Knglish (Jrammar. 

A XoRNfAL Cr.Ass will be formed, (when recpiired,) and special attention 
will be given to those who may wish to prepare themselves for the important 
duties of teachiua;. 

A RiHLK-AL Class will alx) be formed for the beuelit of such as have the 
Ministry in view. 

Commkkcial DEi'ARTNfENT.— In this, Lcct u rcs ou Commercial Law Political 
Economy and Mercantile Fti.,uette will be given. The course includes all that 
IS rcfjuisite to the Practical Accountant. 



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T. O C A T I O X . 



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Williamsport is one of the most beautiful and healthful places in the State. 
It has never been subject to epidemics of any kind. No student has hitherto 
suffered in health by a residence here. On the contrary, many coming to the 
School sickly, have returned fully restored. The location is central !and ac- 
cessible from all quarters. The Railroads, now completed,' bring us within a 
few hours ride of Elmira, Lockhaven, Danville, Pottsville, Ilarrisburg, Ilol- 
lidaysburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York. No more desirable posi- 
tion for a Seminary of Learning can be found. 



() II (; A N TZ A T [ON. 

The School is organized on the most ai)proved plan of the best Institutions 
of New York and New England. It embraces both sexes, under the same 
government and instruction. The President's familv and the Teachers occupv 
apartments in the building, and have a constant oversight of all the Students^ 

The ladies' private and public rooms are entirelv separate f"om the others 
and there is no association of the sexes but in the presence of their instructor^' 
The lAidies and Genthmni hare Jess freedom of i^fereoirr.se here than at home. 

The happy inlluence, mataa/h/ exerted, in their slight association in the reci- 
tU.on-room, at the table, and in the public exercises of the Chapel i. to I,e 
seen in the cultivation of a cheerful and animated disposition,-iu the forma- 
tion of good habits and manners,-in ardent devotion to studv — and in the 
l^tta.nment of high moral character.-These with many other valuable results 
l.avc established the fact, that the best plan for a School is, accordin.^ to the 
evident design of Provi<lence in the constitution of society, on the basis of a 
Avell regulated, christian family. 



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ACCOMMODATIONS. 

The buildings will accommodate (two in a room) about two hundred stu- 
dents They are of brick, heated by furnaces in the cellar, and lighted with 
o-as The rooms are large and well ventilated. In the entire arrangement of 
^he buildings, great care has been had for the comfort and health of the occu- 
pants. The grounds contain about seven acres, affording sufficient room for 
exercise and play. 

B A K J) 1 N (I , E T C . 



\ll .tudeuls from a distance arc required to board in the Seminary. By 
tho foUowino- list of prices it will be seen that our total expenses are quite as 
low 'IS that'' of anv Institution of like grade in this State; not excepting 
tho^e schools in which cheap scholarships have been sold. We desire to bring 
down the cost of education to the lowest point possible, and thus afford to the 
masses, sound, intellectual, and moral culture. Board, including washing (10 
pi(Hj(s,) room and fuel, is S'i.?.;') per week. 

C A L A N 1) A 11 A N D E X 1> E N S E S . 

The Srmiuarv Year is divided into three unequal terms. Pupils are received 
at any time. Deduction for absence is made on recommendation of the Faculty 
to the Treasurer. Bills i)ayable in advance. 



Fall Tkk.m, 
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August 10, 180O 
January :>, 18G1 
y\Avrh 28, 18(n 



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December 19 — 18 weeks, 
March 2Y— 12 ^' 
June 19--12 



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Board, Washin-, Fuel and Furnished Boom, 
(las and iMxtun-s. . . . • • 

Tuition, Briniary l)ci»artnu'nt, . ^ • 



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$2 35 
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$98 70 
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" Classical .... 

Incidental Charges, heating and cleaning pub- 
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Music, Drawing, Painting, and Modern Languages, Book-keeping, Orna- 
mental Penmanship, and Wax Fruit, extra as follows : 



German and French, each 

Drawing, 

Monochromatics and Pastel Painting, each 

Painting in Water Colors, 

Oil Painting, 

Wax Fruit, (including materials, ) 

Piano Music, (with use of instrument for practice, ) 

Melodeon '' '' '' '^ . . . 

Vocal '' 

Full Commercial Course, com})rising Book-keeping by Single 
and Double Entry, Plain and Ornamental Penmanshij), 
and Flourishing inclusive, . . , . 

Full Course in Ornamental Penmanship, . • . . 



I'KR TKRM. 

S3 50 

2 50 

5 00 

5 00 

8 00 

13 00 

12 00 

12 00 

1 00 



20 00 
5 00 



The Directors insist on prompt payment of all bills at the commencement of 
each Term. Students remaining less than a Term will be charged at the rate 
of $2.50 per week for board, &c. No deduction made for absence except in 
cases of protracted sickness. 

\' A C A T I N 8 . 



Short Vacation at close of Fall Term — two weeks. Long Vacation at 
close of Academical Year — eight weeks. No Vacation between Winter and 
Summer Term. 



T E KM S O F A J) M 1 S S I N . 

1. The student must be well recommended as to moral character. The 
School is not designed to be a House of Refuge. 

2. Must arrange with the Treasurer, all bills, before attending Recitations. 

3. Must take at least four studies, unless excused by the Board of Instruc- 
tion. 

4. Minors must dei)osit with the President, all spending money, to be 
returned in such amounts as he may think best. 

5. Must agree to comply with all the Rules and Regulations of the School. 

^- l^ — Fach Student will be considered a member of the Institution, until 
due notice shall have been given of intention to leave, and permission obtained 
of the President. 



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11 M S AND C ]. T H I N G . 

The rooms are furnished Avith all heavy articles, but the Students must bring 
their own sheets (for double beds,) pillows, pillow cases, blankets, counter- 
panes and towels, and find their own brooms and mirrors. 

Students should be supplied with warm, durable clothing, heavy boots and 
shoes, an umbrella, and a pair of slippers to be Avorn while in the building. 

A// ar/ic/cs of ChtJiinfi should he carefully viarked with the f fill name. 

A V V A 11 A T U S . 

The Seminary is furnished with a collection of Aparatus together with full 
sets of Globes, Maps and Charts, and a Caljinot of Minerals, thus affording 
facility for illustration and experiment. 

J) 1 S C 1 1^ ]i 1 N E . 

The Discipline is mild, but firm and impartial. While every encouragement 
will be given to the orderly and studious, and due allowance be made for youth- 
ful indiscretions, yet the lawless and refractory cannot long remain among us. 

11 E L 1 G 1 U S S ]^] R V 1 C V. S . 

Every student is rcfpiired to attend religious services at the opening and 
close of school, each day, as well as public worship morning and evening, 
cvcrv Sabbath, at such place as jnircnts or r/uardians nun/ designate. 

\. H. Hiicli student must be supplied with a Bible, to be read without note 

or seclarian connnent^ in the morning and evening services of the Chapel. The 
whole school read in concert. 

1. 1 T V. II A R V S ( ) (.' 1 j<; 'J^ r E s . 

Besides the regular weekly exercises in Composition and Declamation, there 
are three tlouri.-^hing Literary Societies in the Institution: the "Belles Lettres," 
'•(Jannna Kpsilon,'' and ''Tripartite Union,'' each of which prepares and reads 
to the school a ])aper once a month. — About KUK) vols, are in the Societies' 
Lil)raries. 

M K 11 1 T AND I) E M E R 1 T . 

A strict weekly record is kept of all the exercises of the School, from which 
record the students will be graded, and their scholarship will be indicated in 
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A record of demerits is also kept. Tardiness, unexcused absences from re- 
quired exercises, and all disorderly conduct, will sultject the student to demerit 
marks. Three such marks may bring a private reproof before the Faculty ; six, 
a reproof before the LaHies 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. 

TO YOUNG MEN. 

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

Schools also can be had by Ladies and Gentlemen who desire to teach. Ap- 
plications are made from a distance for competent teachers. 

A W R I) T O P A R E N T S . 

1. Try to have your children here at the commencement of the term. The 
classes are then formed, and it will be belter for all concerned for the student 
to start regularly with his class. 

2. If possible, do not call them away during the session. Absence, if 
only for a few days, disarranges the classes, and is generally the beginning of 
irregularity on the part of the scholar. 

3. Do not allow your children to leave the scliool before the examinations, 
unless it cannot be avoided. Serious inconvenience, to all concerned, often 
arises from a neglect of this caution. 

4. Supply them v^ry sparingbj wiili spending money. Parents cannot i)e 
too cautious on this point. 

,'). Select for vour child one of the Instructors, as a Patron, tt) distribute 
his funds. In this wav a more judicious use of vour monev will lie made, 
and your child be kept from many tem[)talions. 

N. B. — These last two suggestions are to be regarded as established rules of 
the school. 



Students not boarding in the Institution, must observe the following 
additional rules : 

1. Attend Evening Prayers. 

2. Must attend all the Seminary Exercises punctunlly. 

J. Must spend the intervals between recitations in the Study Hall. 

A. Must account for all absences by written excuse without delay, time and 
number of recitations being s[)eciried. 

5. Must not visit the rooms oi boardert?, except during recreation hours. 



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1. Durinji the hours of study, the students shall not bo unnecessarilv 
absent from their rooms. 

2. At the time appointed to attend prayer, recitation, lecture, or other ex- 
ercise, each student shall repair quietly and j^^omptly to the place designated. 

?>. At no time shall any student loiter in the halls, or about the doors, or 
indulge in jumping, Avrestling, loud talking, whistling, or any other imneces- 
sary noise, or in the use of tobacco, in the buildings. 

4. The students shall not be absent from their rooms at night after 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 President: 
nor shall they, at any time, visit taverns, eating houses, depots, or other places 
of jiublic resort, or on any occasion indulge in the use of intoxicating liquors. 

:.. .Vll profane and indecent language, playing at game of chance, injuring 
the jiroperty of the Institution or of the citizens, ([uarreling, fighting, or the 
carrying of lire-arms or other diingerous weaj)ons. is strictly forbidden. 

c. No student shall leave the limits of the town for a longer time than one 
hour without [)ermissi()n 

Va\v\\ student will be held strietly accountable for any damage he or she 



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s. The Teachers and Steward must, at all times, have access to the students' 
rooms, and if it )•<• judged necessary, the rooms will be cleansed at the exi)ense 
()!' tlie occupants. 

11. Cleanliness of ])eis()n and of ai)parel, and a gentlemanly and lady-like 
deportment must be ob-tcrved by all. 

10. No water, dirt or other material, shall i)e thrown from any window in 
tli(! l)uildings. or down the hot ;iir flues, or into the halls after they liave been 
cleaned. 









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11. The occupaHts 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, skating, fishing, gunning 
or riding, without permission. 

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

14. The Sabbath must be strictly observed by all. No walking about, visit- 
ing, 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 they or their 
guardians may prefer. 

15 No lady shall at any time receive calls from gentlemen at her own room. 
Friends from a distance can see the ladies in the parlor. 

16. The young ladies will not be allowed to leave the Seminary grounds 
at any time, without permission : and the gentlemen will be restricted at the 
discretion of the Facultv. 

17. The students are expecte<l to pay proper respect to the Steward, as well 
as to all ofhcers of the Institution. 

18. No student shall change his or her I'oom. or boarding jdace. without 
special i)ermission from the President. 

I'J. No student will l)e permitted to leave the school, during its session, 
without an express request from the parent or guardian, made to the President, 
and with the consent of the Faculty. 

20. Any student, who without just cause, shall fail to attend the examina- 
tions, will be considered as under censure, and will be so marked on tli<' next 
CatalofTue. 



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

22. No student will be permitted to leave any class without the consent of 
the Hoard of Instruction. 

2:5. The Ladies and Gentlemen must not visit each others' apartments, 
walk or ride together without i)ermission: nor converse together from the 
windows. 

24. Students from the neighborhood will not be [)erinitted to visit home at 
such times as will interfere with the regular exercises of the school. 

25. Any otfendiug student may be punished, according to the nature of the 
oftence, by })rivate or })ublic reproof, sus[)ension, dismission or expulsion. 

2G. Students dismissed or expelled, must leave the premises at once. 



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27. None l)ut students can attend the Society meetings, unless by express 
lierinission tVoui the Faculty. 

28. No special meetin": of the students shall be held at any time, without 
permisaiun of the l*resident. 

2r>. Any temporary prudential regulation for the government of the school 
th II the teachtTS may see fit to adopt, shall be equally binding with these 
Bj-I.aws. 




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CHAS. NASH, Jr. & CO. 

SRbolrsalc anb Retail JBtaltrs in 








3d STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL, 

Our Slock will bel'ound the largest and most cumplete of JUiy «'.stablishment 
west ot" New York city. We invite the attention of those interested to the 
following list of goods, wliich we arf prepared to furnish to dealers at city 
prir(?9 : 



Mackerel, 
White Fish, 
Mac. Trout, 
Herring, 
Hallibut, 
Salmon, 
Wilow Ware, 



Sugars, 


Pork, 


Oats, 


Teas, 


Lard, 


Corn, 


Coffees, 


Flour, 


Meal, 


Spices, 


Hams, 


Feed, 


Syrups, 


Shoulders, 


Salt, 


Molasses, 


Dried Beef, 


Potatoes, 


Oils, 


Cheese, 


Beans, 


Rice, &c. &c. 


Butter, &c. «&c. 


Dried Fri 



We keej) a full >t(>ek of the al)0ve goods and ])ay })artieular attention to the 
furnishing of Choick Family Groceiues. We shall continue, ns heretofore, 
to sell 

HETTER (;()()DS, and 

MORE OF THEM, and 

AT LOWER PRICES. 

Than any other concern in our ]»art oC the State. 

CHARLES NASII, ,)n. 
EZRA A. TERRY. 



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PRINCE & GO'S 



IMPROVED PATENT 




GEO. A. PBINCE & CO., MANUFACTURERS, 
BUFFALO, N. Y. 



Combining all of their recent Improvements— the Divided Swell, 

Improved Pallet, Organ Melodeon, &c. 

— (The Divided Swell can only,|)o obtained in ^relodeons of our Manufacture.) 



Jia,000 OF OUR MEIiODEONS ARE NOW IN TJSK. 




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Two l^juiks of Keys, T) Sets of Reeds, S Stops^ IJ Octave Foot 
Pedals, 1 Set of Reeds in Pedal ]3ass Independent, $850. 

ri{HM;S OK I'OKTAIU^K TNSTRr^lKNTS.— K<iiir Octavo, (' t.. (', $«:.. Four ;iii'l a Half 0( Ia\ c, C t<> F, 

J(-,(i. Fi\<' 0(ia\r, F to F, JsT.'i. Fivr 0(ia\<', Dniililc Iv'f-rM, F to F, .^FU). 

IMJIFKS OF I'l.WO <'.\Sl-;i).-^-Fi\ !• 0(ta\c, F to \\ *ino. Si\ Octave. F In F, ^]:U). Fixe Orfaxi'. 
I)..iilili- K'l'r.j, F to K, siir.ii. l''iM' Oci ivr, iwii r.aiik-- of Kr\ s, .i'JOd. 



Wholesale Depot 87 Fulton Street, New York and 110 Lake St., Chicago, 111. 
Manufactory, corner Niagara & Maryland Streets, Buffalo. 



W 11 ( ) 1 . 1 : S A I . I : A ( ; K N 1^ 8 . 

1^ ssKL k Imllkh, Boston, Mas.^. W. F. Colhurn, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

Halmku k Wehku, St. Louis, Mo. Pii. W Wkrlkin, New Orleans. 



THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN THE UNITED STATES, EMPLOYING 200 
MEN AND FINISHING 80 INSTRUMENTS PER WEEK. 



Ml .M''l,,'i.-i,n'< I if (Jill- Mannfai-tiirf. ciilicr >m1i1 l.y ii< nr 'li'alfi-^ in any )ia;-| of tlir Fiiilid States m- Fiiiiadas. 
an u AUK \N I ! i> to lie pirtict i 11 <\ cry rr-]i((i ; aid slioiild any I'paiis In- niccssary Ijclorc tli'- expiration of 
niie \ear tioni date of --ale, we liold oiirsel\c-< leulx and w iliiii;:; to iiial%c tlie same, free of cliaiv'c, i)rovi(linK 
tiie ininry is not caused liy accident or doiini. 

A(iKN IS for tlie sail' of our Melndeuii'^, may lie fniind in all tlic pi'incipal cities and (owns in tli(! Fniti'd 
States and Canadas. 



WILLIAM L. PURDY & CO. 



DEALERS IN' 



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J T S , G i. O V E S A .\ D H O 8 i E R Y , 

SHAWLS, CLOAKS, MANTILLAS, 

CORNER THIRD AND MARKET STREETS, 



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With every I'cU'ility to {icconiinodate the traveling i)iiblic 



Ifft5c Qwmilius to aad fmm. E. Euud II(^|H)t. 



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FRANK K. HAIN 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER JN 



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SHOE FINDINGS, &C. &C. 

.JST'At New York, Boston and Philadelphia prices. ,^:^ 

PINE ST., BETWEEN THIRD & FOURTH, 



CONST ANTI.Y ON HAND THE FOLLOWING GOODS, VIZ: 

Oak and Hemlock Tanned Spanish Sole Leather. 
Slaughter Sole Leather. 

Harness, Black and Fair Bridle, Beit and Bellows Leather. 
Horse Hides. 

Shoe and Saddle Skirting. 
Wax and Grain Kips. 

French and American Calfskins. 

Oil Tanned Kip and Bark Tanned Calfskins for Lace Leather. 



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OAK TASJlfED LEATHER BELTIHO. 

Shoemakers', Tanners' and Curriers' Tools, 

LASTS mo, iO©T TREES, 

STRAITS uri.t IJANK OIL of the BEST QL^ALITV, for TANNERS' IJf'E. 



Also, a General AESortment of XIPPEES, consisting of 
I'ATKXT LEATHER CONGRESS GAITERS, 

OXFORD Tn<:s, 

FRENCH CALFSKIN 

" " CONGRESS CrAITERS, 

LADIES- AND MISSES' LASTING " etc. Ac. 



&c. 



N. I!.— No iiii.Jrcprcscntalions. Orders solicited mid iironiptly attended lo. 






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Having always? on hand a full and complete assortment of 

BOOTS, SHOES, 





Which he sells as low as can be bought in the city. 

D. R. JAMESON. 

N. B. Students attending the Seminary, can have their Boots 
and Shoes made to order at the lowest possible rates. 

D. R. JAMESON. 






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WILLIAMSPOKT, PA. 



CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTING S, SHIRTS, COLLARS, 

UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, 

HANDKERCHIEFS, GLOVES, HOSE, SUSPENDERS, 

C(IN'STA.\ri,Y ()\ IIANII, AMI A (/KXr.UAI, STOCK (IF 

ALSO, A LAlUiE STOCK OF CLOTHING. 

.i^^Garmcnts made to order in the best style, an<l on the most 

reasonable terms. ^^y 




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THIRD STREP:T, 

(Xow Store) opposite the Court House, 



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The subscriber has in connection with his Tailoring Establishment 

— A LAEGE CLOTHmG STORE. 

He also keeps on hand, at all times, an excellent assortment of 

goods made and unmade, for 

Anything in the Clothing line manufactured at the shortest notice 

and in the best style. 

GKNTLEMENS FURNISHINCx OOODS 

Of all dcscription.s. 

S. M. CRANS. 



CHARLES SCHEFFEL, 



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Towing, Plow, Fishing and Chalk Lines, &c. 



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(OTTOX-TAVIXK, OAKUM, &(\ 

All kinds of ]{,o|K\s, from ] to 2 incli, constantly on liand and for 

sale at th(^ lowest prices. 



0. B. BOWMAN, 



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GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, 

PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, NAILS, &c. 



THiniD SXREEX. 



WtlltAMSPOHT, PA. 












Established in 1832, in 






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STEAM ENGINES, MILL GEARING, AGRICULTURAL 

IMPLEMENTS, ARCHITECTURAL IRON ^WORKS, 

VERANDAS, COLUMNS, BRACKETS, IRON 

RAILINGS, DOOR AND ^WINDOW CAPS, 

AND SILLS, AND ALL KINDS OF 

BRASS AND IRON CASTINGS. 

This establishment having ])een enlarged and improved, ^ve are now iirC- 
pared to exeente all orders witli i)romptness and despatch. 



July, I860, 



•TOUN 11 HALL. 



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PINE STREET, WILLIAMSPORT PA. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



UROCERIES, FROYISIOJfS. kV, 



JXaW, SAT;LADE. 



A. A. WIXHOARDXKK. 



A. UPDECRAFP^ 



CIRCULA^R. 






The undersigned are Manufacturing and expect to have constantly on hand 






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SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, 

Scroll Work and Builig Matefials Genefallfi 



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Being also largely interested in the Manufacture and Buying and Selli 
Lumlier, they will keep constantly on hand Lumhkr of all qualities, Avhich 
ihcy w ill re-saw or manufacture to order, or sell it by the 

Kvery r.uniher Dealer will find luore or less in our Stock of Lumber or 
Mauufactured Material that cannot fiil to suit city or country sales. 

J. SALLADE & CO. 

Willi A.MSi'OiiT, Pa., July, IHiK). 



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Kxecute every description of Bool; and Job Printing on tlie most reasonai>le terms, and 




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Bsperial attention given to Mercantile and Railroad Printing. 



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Special attention «<iven to tlir wants of }'r.)f( ssnrsyr<Niclicrs and Students of ('olle{i:es, 
Seminaries and (Common Scliool-. 

A larjxe collection of Thcoloi^Mcal and Sunday Scluxd Hooks and Howards, always on 

liantl. 

A w(dl s.|(M-trd stock of WALL rAHKR and i'.( )R1)KKS -^/// nl rn-)/ hnr prirr:^. 

Suuban .School (Catalogues Supplied O.^ratis. 

A liberal dis-count allow-Ml to Prores<()rs, Teaeliers and Hetailr'rs. at the 

( HEAP HOOK STORE, 2 doors Noitli of tlie Bank, 



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MANUFACTURER OF MINERAL AND PORCELAIN TEETH. 



I'xVHTIClILAIl ATTENTION GIVEN T(l FILLING & EXTRACTING 

Office in Market Street, Williamsport, Pa. 



KASTEN & NEUSOHAFER, 

(OPPOSITE bowman's,) 

Third Street, Williamsport, Pa. 

DEALERS IN 

LADIES', GENTS', BOYS', MISSES' 8c CHILDREN'S 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 






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BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 



Constantly for Sale, at Wholesale and Retail, a larcje 

AND well selected STOCK OF 



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IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE. 

ALSO, 

SCHOOL B00K8, 

BLANK B00K8, PAPER AND STATIONERY 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 








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AVc now offer, at UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES, a most extensive assort- 
ment of 





GLASS, PAINTS, &c., MECHANICS' TOOLS, HAMIVIERED 
AND ROLLED BAR IRON AND STEEL, 

SADDLERS' AND COACHMAKEKS' WAKE AND TOOLS 

LEATHER & SHOE FINDINGS, MACHINE RELTINO 

FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &c., c^c, &( . 



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MR. & MRS. E. CALVERT, 

Respuctfullj announce to the citizens of Williamsport and vicinity, that they 

have fitted up anew their 

IMglOni 161 eilAl IMOOl 

On the South-East cor. of Market Square and Third St. 

For the reception of Ladies and Gentlemen, where they will be politely waited 
on \^y x\]rs. Calvert and daughter, with the very best article, made of the 
very best Cream from the country farms. 

Thankful for past favors, they ask a continuance of the liberal patronage 
heretofore extended to them. 

They also keep for sale all kinds of 



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SOUTH-EAST (■QRNKR OF MARKET SQUARE, 

"VSTI Xj Hi I .A. ]VE S F" O lE^ T , I=>^f\.. 



J. J. METZGER, 

ATTORNEY A^T LA^^^r 

OFFICE WITH S. G. MORRISON, 
Tliree <U>ors Nortli of West Jirancli Bank, 

PtME STRiET, WtLLtAW§P©EIT, PA. 

Wlicre he can He consulted at all limes in the German as Avell as the English 

Language. 



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