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THIRTEENTH 



ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



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OJ'^FICERS AND STXJDEI^TS 



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WILLIAMSPORT, LYCOMING CO., PA 



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W I L L I A M S P K T DICKINSON" S E ^I I N A R Y 



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DIREOTORS. 



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Rev. a. a. Keese, D, D., President, 
Arram Updegraff, Treasurer, 
Rev. Irvin H. Torrence, Seeretarv, 
Rev. James II. Browx, 
Rev. p. p. Reese, 



Hon. John Smith, 
Jacob Sallade, 
Hon. Elt Slifer, 
John Weisel. 



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JjaUimorfj Jfd. 
Wdliainf^porl. 
PhU<iddi>hla. 
Balfiinorc^ Md. 
Idnindsbiirg, Md. 
Wdliamsport. 



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VIST T I N G COM 31 1 T TEE. 



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Rkv. .). \V. Mk(askk\ 



Rkv. J. Sanks. 



last Baltimore Uoniorer 



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Rev. .1. F. ]5ooni: 



Rev. .S. L. Powman, 



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W I L I, I A JI S 1> n T DICKINSON S K Jt I N A R Y. 



IH^J^CULTY 



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]lK\. THOMPSON MlTClfELL, A.M., President, 

Moral P/(i/osoj)/n/ and Belles Lctircs 



J. W. KKiniKK, A. M. 



WILIJAM ]l. DllJ.. A. l'>. 



CKOPGK AV. JOHN. A. 15, 



WILJ.IAM LKUITOX 



Miss M. W. OAT.DKIL 



Mal/icv/afirs'. 



Aiicii'nl Lanijuajic- 



Xalural Svicncc^ and Modern Lanyuayes. 



Iih^(rii'iiie)ilal and Vocal MukIc 



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Miss LA UP A M. VAN NKSS, 



Pkv. JOHN 1). avalla(;k, 



I*audin<j and .Drau-'tny. 



1* rvparaior}! DcfKirliiuitt . 



Mis.-. MA(;(;iK VKTTKP, \ 
'■' KrNH'H M. AFinrW. r As,^islan(.^ in Primary J),'i>arhnn(l . 
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MAPY PINNKV, 



,S. M, 01 PBS, 



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W I L L I A .AI S P R T DICKINSON SEMINARY 



GR^LDU^TES OF 1861. 



BiDDLE, E. Emma 



IIerh, Annie Af. 
Malin, Emma 
^frssiNA, Lauretta 
Oliver, Annie S. 
A'etter, AIa(;(;ie 



PoDiNE, De Witt 
Conner, S. J. A. 
Moore, S. Grant, 
Nkkf, J. Trvin 
Smith, T. .Tefkerson 



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STUDENTS.^ 



NAMES. 



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Africa, Eunice M. 
leaker, Mary J. 
Bartorij Laura J. . 
Bennett, Mary A. 
Biddle, E, Emma 
BoAvman, Mary 
Brown, Emma 
Calvert, ^larv 
Choate, Emily 
Cline, Sallie C. 
Coder, Oscila J. 
Colton, ^larv R. 
Cramer, (Jarrie 
Crawford, Mary E. 
Daughenbauccli, Susan 
Davis, Ella (I. 
Edler, Fannie 
Edler, Mary 
Elliot, Annie 
Ellis, Annie M. 
Finney, Mary 
Flemino- Laura ,). 

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Foresman, Alici; M. 
Gates, A Hi 
(;il)l)S, Ella 
Gilmore, Clara A. 
Cilmore, Mary 
(Joodman, Mary I'^ E. 



RESIDENCES. 



llantiiu/don. 
Howard. 
JllUshoro', M(L 
3[o?itoi{r,svilh'. 
liughcsvlUe. 

William-sport . 
Coatesville. 

\Villia)}if<j>orl . 
Auburn, A" J". 

William.spor f. 

Ifuf/fiesrille. 
Balti)uore. 

WiHiamsporl. 



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W T L I. I A M S I' O K T 1) I C K I X S X S E M 1 X A K Y 



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(Jruy. ILittie K. . 
(h'Jiy, J. in A- ,1. 
(Juisc, Ella N. . 
lIalcn')ako, S. Ella . 
llartmaii, Clara . 
llarvev, Josephhio ('. 
JiavYcy, Alitia 
Ifauo-hawaut, S. I^'aim 
Jreivley, Mary ^J. 

llendi-i.v, S. Jennie ._ 

Jlepituri!. .Janclte 
1 1 err, Annie '1. 
Ilerr, Mary K. 
Ile>s. Lonisa 
ilotrniain S. -lenuie 
J]ii;^hes, Sallie 
1 liiulie.-. Annie 
llnlinLi'. Lizzie \j. 
.Jameson. Sallie 
.lameson, Mary E. 
Jones, Sns;in \. 
Jones, Mai'y E. 
Kinsev, I-annia 11. 
Eii^'u-elt, ^^allie 
Lo\e, Miiry (!. 
Low. Ma;_!iL!ie Ji. 
Lntclier. Lonisa 
Lynn, .lennie I.. 
Malin. lannia 
Martin. ,'^. X'iryiiiia 
?»Ic( 'alian. .leiinic 
Mf( '!()sl;ey. Susan IL 
Miller. Aiiec! 
Mill(a\ ( I nssif 
Mitcliell. M. J(aini( 
Mitchell. Mao-i,. J. 
.M()i'e\ . Mar^' A . 
Moivy. ,],r. A. 
Mnliz. Annie .M . 
Mn,--ina. Lani'dia 
Mussina. Ihlcna 
( Mi \ (a-. A nnic S. 
()li\(a". Aeinw 
(Mto. Aiire M. 



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./Id//' Mouil. 



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WiUiainsjioii . 
Beech. Creclc. 
Ulll/'arns'ltor/. 






Ti> It'll Hill, 

WiUiainsiiorl . 
Mari/haid Lui< 
WiUidiiisf,))!-! . 
York-. 



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Hoffman' H Papa' Mills. M<1 . 
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NAMES. 



PattoUj Sallie E. 
Peale, Cecie E. 
Piatt, Mary 
Piper, Lizzie L. 
Power, Mary C. 
Power, Emma 
Quinn, Carrie 
Rank, Helen M. 
Ptishcll, ]\L Jennie 
Rueh, ^lerey 
Sanders, Clara, 
Sechler. Lizzie W. 
Sechler, Rebeeea J. 
Shaw, Mollie A. 
Showers, Pebeeca 
Showers, Ennna 
Showers, Frankie . 
Steele, E. Mao-oie 
Sterling, llattie A. 
Stnrtevant, Pohy J. 
Swartz, Marv E. . 
Taylor, Ella M. 
Tavloi-, Julia Y. 
Thompson, Mai tie A. 
Torbert, Jane 
Updegrafi', Lizzie 
Updegrair, Lney 
Watson, Frances 
Welch, Eugie L. . 
Werts, I'Jla F. 
AVinegardnei-, Rebecca 
Winegardnei-, Sallie 
^\'ol^, Fannie 
Woodward, Flla 
Woodward, Jennie 
Wright, Sallie A. 
^'ettel^ Maiiaif' 



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Ault, ilenian IL . 
Larton, b'rancis J. 
l>annigardner, John R 



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RESIDEXCES. 



Warrior' s MarJi 
Trevorion. 

WiUieimnjjort . 

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Lev'ishuri/ . 
llug/tcsrille. 
Williamsporl . 
./luff/ieseille. 
Clinton Mills, 
j/on!rjOiuer}/ . 
/Iref'li CreiL-. 

I) illionis<,(,rt . 

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RoKehrille. Mil. 
Gohfshoro' . 
I\ylerto/rn. 
lYarrior' s Jfarf. 
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NAMES. 



BeruLT, Kills 
15io-os. E. ji. 

iJiiiglmm, II. Todd 
Bodine, De Witt 
Bond, AVilliam , 
Borcll. Peter S. 
Bowmjin, John F. 
Brannan, Thomas . 
Brannan. (!eo. A. 
BrownelK ('has. W. 
Burnly, (1i;>.s. W. 
Campbell, Francis (". 
Church, Frank' K. 
Clark, Boherl M. . 
(Jlces. Thomas ( ). 
Conner. S. J. A. 
Conner. X. T. . 
Cortri^iht. Jhirlan V\'. 
Covert. James \\ 
Cramer. Jaco'* 
Cra^vl■ord. Jos. . 
Crawford, Willie F. 
ri-evelini:-. Setli A. 
( 'ununin^s. B. I'^ii-ies 
Davis. Cha<. W. 
Davis, Thos. ,M . 
Da\ is, M()r<j;an .1. 
Dol).-on, Ad;im 
I'Mdw L\iii;iii T. 
i:iIiott. IJaI[)h B. 
lAaiis. Hainlolph W . 
l'';n'ics, Bckdi 
Faric.. W 



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I'icl.k. 

l'"orc>m;iii. 
]'"(»\\hr. S. S. 

Frcrderick-. 1). 11. M 
•:'-Fiii->t. F()l)crt A. 
( iai"\ crick. .1. A. (i. 
(JenrliMrl, \\'esle\ IF 
( iei'man. ( ieor;.':e J . 
(Jil)-on, Wllliiim 



RESIDENCES. 



WiUuDiisporf. 

Maiich Chunk. 

llughcHviUe. 

Baltimore. 

JJalmatid. 

Milhrsburg. 

(hrinrjs MiUs^ JM. 



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Williamsinrrt . 
(ppcr Darhj/. 

Willianisport . 
]*h lid del ph id . 
AriiiaU^Oiig. 
Mo?ifodrsviilr. 
RodchriUe^ 3/(1. 

Mdueh CIniiik. 
]ViUidiiif<iK>rt . 



Cdnton . 
Jjcdvcr. 
Wiliiain.s/jor/. 



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Middh'hiir;/. 
Ldrridr. 
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n iIlidiNsport , 



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Philadvljihid . 
rJcdticsriUe . 

\\i//iddisp/>r( . 
FoirJcrsrilh'. 
(^udji's Run, 
Ihuvji ('r(('h\ 

Willidiiisiiort . 
hdnriJlc. 
Ldurrhilh^ M(1, 
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NAMES. 



Gilmore, Henry H. 

(Hlmorc, (Jeorge 

Godcharles, William 

Gray, J. EBis 

Grimcson, Thos. V. 

Guyer, Thos. L. 

Hall, John W. . 

Handv, Thos. J. 

Jlarris, William 

Haughawaut, S. JJryson 

Jfenneberger, Wm. B. 

Hepburn, A. D. 

Hepburn, Chas. IF 

Herr, Fdward A. 

Hess, John 

Hill, John 

Hillbish, Frederick S. 
JlotI'man, AVm. F. 
Jlopson, John .AF 
Ilnling, James IF 
Hutchison, Jos. (F 
Jlysore, Wm. I^\ 
Jameson, J. F. 
Jameson, I). R. 
John, Wm. FnH)ry 
Jordan, AVm. IF 
Reiser, ,]. \). 
Kinman, Thos. F. 
Koch, Kdnuind (F 
Kline, John 
Kline, Chas. W. . 
Kress, (Jeorge (F 
Kul[). John 
Fell), Thos. X. 
Fesher, Chas. .M . 
Levan, John 
Figgctt, Fisher I). 
Lono-sdorir, W. IF . 
Love, John (F . 
Fowe, Joseph 
Lucas, llai-ry F. 
Fundy, John 
Lyorij Edward 
Malambre. John L. 



RESIDENCES. 



Willid III sport . 

(^oijdn Stdtioii. 
Newville. 

Chaint>crshurg . 

Warriors Mdrk. 

WiUiamKport . 
R<idchriU(', M(J. 
JJdckkorii. 
Toirn ][,H. 
Udtjcrstoirn, Mil. 

Willidllispdrl . 

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rnrk. 

If iUidiiisiiorl . 
White Dor. 
McKvr s lliitf r,,Jl.s, 

Ilojj'indn's Paper Mills^ Md, 

Fdrrd?id,sritte. 

Willidiiisj^Kjrt . 

Wdtsontoivn . 

lliinii McetiiKj lloHxe^ Md , 
Tifiirrille. 

Witlidiiisp<,rl . 

(Jdfdicissii . 
Jidrrjf^ Md. 

Willidiiisp(>rl . 
^ {droiedtur;/ . 
Ariiistroidj. 

Li/eoiiii ii(/ . 

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Loeh- lldi'iu. 

Coijdit Station. 
Phitadt I ph id . 
^\(a'th diid)^ rtdiid . 

11 illidinspdrt . 
Jieceli ('rreh. 

Linjdt saejy . 
i^rntre Line. 
.Ihnj Hundred. Md. 
Jidttneaa'e . 

Wdrrenxeitte . 

II illaniispnrt . 
Tmesnntoien . Md . 



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A\' 1 L L I A M S V K T 1) 1 C K 1 X S N S K U I X A R Y. 



N A M K S . 



]\rcCoi'mick, If. Clay 
:\IcDowell, Albert , 
.McMurray, Clias. A\' 
.M click, Pulaski W. 
^lelick, Orion 
Mitchell, John V. . 
Mitchell, James T. 
.Mitchell, Morris J. 
Mitchell, John 11. 
Multz, John J. 
Moore. S. Grant — 
Moore, Thos. ('. 
Moores, Edwin D. 
Mover. James A. 
Muhly. J. W. . 
Myers. Geo. 11. 
Myers, AVillic \. 
^set^. Jas. lr"\iiie 
Oliver, John C. 
Olio, Lulher M. 
Oyster, David P. 
Packer, AVm. 1*\ 
Ta^u'c. Ahraham 
Pi})('r, (ico. T. 
Power. Wm. II. 
(^)uiiin, Ge(». II. 
<^hiiiiii, Peter 
Pau-hley. S. .1. 
Pau-hlc\. ,1. T. 



Pees, K. O. 
Kcese. .lolm L. . 
P(MiiiiiiL!cr. I'cr(i\;il 
Pi^liell. h(and(T R. 
Pl->cll. .la 1 IK'S 
Ivol li li,-(»ii. .lojiii ,1. 
Kiiltcr. Edward .1. 
Kullci-, K()l)c)-i A. 
lliill.r, F. O. 
^allada. I. 11. T. 
S(h()cli. A I it'll 
S.li()(h. S. S. 
S(!i()li('ld. K. Lane 
Schwciik. S. I\ . 
Scliiaidci-. Louis 



RESIDENCES. 



Lijyalsocli . 
fjiylil Sfrct'/. 
WlUiamapoii . 
Li;jht Street. 

il. Li 

Howard. 
WiU'unnsjjort . 



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I'ltlladelphia. 
Long (h'eeii^ Md. 
Wi/li(n/).'f//orf . 
J loir a I'd. 
- iudenried. 
\\ lU'unnsiiort . 
J 'otter 8 Miil,y. 
Wliiifn/i.yHrrf . 
. \r)nstroin/ . 
])cwnrt . 
WiirKniiyport . 
(lint on. 
]V(IJi'niisi>(jrl . 



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l>rl(lnil, Md. 
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( 'oi(dti\^iKirl . 
L( irisliur;/ . 
S>'lH(ld(lshu)-(/ , 
Diliivillr. 
n til ntmsjiurt . 
S(ill(id(ishur(/ . 
Ton's<nit<nrn . Md . 

l>'i]ltm(,ri\ 

Middlvtnirg . 

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Loirt r MdhanloiK/o. 
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NAMES. 



Scott, ]Iovvard 
Shale, Christian 
Shannon, Jared Y. 
Slate, ]lyman 
Slate, Walter . 
Sliver, Wm. A. 
Smith, Thos. J. 
Smith, Amos S. 
Smith, John A. 
Snnth, Augustus \. 
Smith, Harrison 
Sniveley, ( Jeo, A\\ 
Springer, John 
Stadou. Cui'tis \]. 
Staui'er, John 
Sterling, Vv'ni. A'. 
Stevens. M. \. V>. 
Stevens, John 
Stewart, O. M. 
Stewart, Jloward T. 
Stoctzell, ErcMlerick 
Swill, (Jeorge 
Swift, John 
Tate. .Miles W. 
Tompknis, V. \\ 
Ti'acy, Thos. A. 
Tull, N. J. \\ . 
Updegrair, W . I;. . 
X'anderslice, J no. A. 
\'an (Jask(ai. If. Clay 
AValn. A. J\ 
Warn, Monroe ( '. 
Watson. \\\\\. <. 
Watson, Oliver 
AVay^ Edwin T. 
Weigel, I). II. 

Wei>el, Geo. \V. 
Whit(\, Henry 
White, (;eo. \\ 
Williams, Sand. N. 
AVinegardner, Thos. 
A\'inegardnei-, A. 
Wi>... James T. 
^^ <»()d\\ ai'd, Jno. .\ . 



RESIDENCES. 



Monliton, Md. 
Wi//u/nuyjojt . 
. Jd(//d Street. 
WiUtamsport . 



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Baltliuvre . 
Middiehtiri/. 
hort lAttleton . 
liidtiniore. 
Iluirard. 

WtllifllHSjK)!-! . 

Hducock^ Md. 
}\ illiainsi)()/f , 
I /((jilt Sfrcrl . 
Minti-ii. 

Roarhrlllr. Mil. 

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Ihihcoch. Md, 
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Cli'iirjirld. 
]*Jiil(id(lldti<i . 
JJ((lt'niior<'. 
. Roach riUv, Md. 
Neir Berif/. 
Plnrntxrilli . 
S/i'!)ii(d, I II . 
a ntiii jdon liills 
Un(/hsrill,'. 
M'lHidiusiKirf . 



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Ands/rdiid. 
\V)llid)nsi,(,/i . 



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Wilhdd/s^/or' . 



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NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 



\V()Uihviir(lj ^'ork .V. 
A\ oodwtird, J()se])!i 
Wvlhes, Willie . 
Yocuiii, Ezra 1!. 
Voiiii<i", Jesse 1>. 
Youimmjiii, Sauil. 



Willi (ffN,s-por/. 

Mduch (.liunk. 
North uniberland. 
Jkrwick. 
Williavisjjort. 



PAINTING AND DRAWING ALONE. 



(iould, Sallie C. 
^loore. Mary 
Nash, Hat tie Ai. 
Stra\('r. Mollie A 



(Ireeii. Mollic 
U[)(legi'af]'. Clara 



L.\i>ii;s, 

C^KNTLEMKN. 



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COURSE OF STUDY. 



Upon eoiiipletiiijj, the following' Course, the Stiuleiit ^vjll be entitled to a 
('lassical Diploma. To those who omit the Laiiuuaoe-, a Scieiitifie Diploma 
will he liiveii. Those inteiidiiii;; to enter College, and others not y\ishing to 
complete the Conrse, ean pursue sueh studie.^ as th(\v desire, snhject to the 
action of the l>o;n'(l of Instruction. 

V R E P A R A T 11 Y. 



I'l KST V \. \ SS. 

Reading-, ^Spelling and Defining, 
(leography. ..... 

Arithmetic — Mental. .... 

^' Written. . , . . 

English (Jrnnnnin-. .... 

First J.iesson< in j'hn.:!;-li ( 'onijio-ition. 

Gener;d History. ..... 

S I:!" () \ D CLASS. 

Heading. Spellinu ;ind Defining'.. 

Geography ami M:ip rh";avinL'. 

l'higli<li ( Jrannn.ii'. .... 

Ili-tory (>[■ the Tniteil Sl;i1(--. 

l']tym()l()g\ . ..... 

Ai'ithmetir. ..... 

Algehr.'i — Intt'liccl uid. .... 

'' Writtrn. .... 

Composition :ind I )e(!;!ni;i!ioii . 



Siindcrs' Series. 

:\[onteith. 

Brooks' . 

Loom is. 

AVells. 

( )nackenl)os. 

Goodrich. 



W'illson's, 

McNallv. 

Wcl!^. 

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LOOIU!-, 

Tower, 
.noini-' I'"J('!ncn1-, 



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C L A S S I (J A L AND SCI Y. N T I F I V . 



1M!!ST TKEM— FIEST YIAV!:. 



English (ili"amm:n- 

Modern History. 

A]g('l)i-:i. 

L.'Uin — 1,-1 llooiv, 



\Ycl!> 

\\"i!lso!i 

Loomi- 

Met 'linloclv tV Crooks 




S j^ C N 1) T K R .M 



Adviuiccd ('oniposition and ]iliel()ric. 
-Modern History— continued, . 
Alft-ebra, .... 
Latin— 2d Book, 
Greek— 1st Book, 
Classical Antiquities, . 

T II I K D 

Advanced Com[)osition and Rhetoric, 

Physical Geonraphv, . 

Phvsiolouw 

Alu'ebra, 

Latin — Ca'sar. 



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T y. R M 



Quackenl)os. 

Willson. 

Loomis. 

McClintock k Crooks. 

McClintock k Crooks. 

Baird. 



Quackenbos. 

Warren. 

. Hitchcock. 

Loomis. 

Bullion. 

^IcClintock k Crooks. 



Greek — LstBook, . . . _ 

l)uRiN(i THE ^'eak— Orthograpliy, JU^adin- Composition, Declamation and 
A\)cal Music. 



-^ V-^ ■V_/' V ^ ■W Ni.V ■• 



.S K V X 1) Y !■: A R— I- 1 R S T T K ]{ M 
Ancient ilistorv and GeoLa'a])hv, 



Biblical Anticjuities, 

Astronomy 

Zoolou'v, 

Geometr\, 

Latin — Ca'sar and Cornelius Xciios, 

(Jreek — Anabasis, 

• • • . . 

NE CO X I) T K R M . 

-Vncieiit Histor\- and ( koL:-rai)li\ 
Xatural Philosonliv. 

X . • • • . , 

-Menial IMiilosonhv, 

(Jconi('ti'\', 

r.atiii — Dc Scncctutc and ()\ id. 

• • • 

Greek— AuMbasis; (.'rct-k Testamenl. 

J • • . 

T ir T R I) T KR M . 

iHieloric. 

Philoso])liv of i[ist()i-\- .iiid Clii-onolo" \' 

('oiistitulion of Cnited States. 

Mental i'hilo.^oph v. 

iN'atural Pliilosojjln . 

*Conic Sections, 

• • • . . 

Latin — Vir^^il and Sail us t. 

• • • . 

Cireek— ^Memorabilia nnd {)(h^se\ 

• /' ■ • • • 

DuiiiNG TiiK VKAK^-('omj)osition, Leelamntion and \'ocaI Music. 



Willson. 

Nevin. 

Mattison's Burritt. 

Agassiz. 

Loomis. 

• • 

Cwen. 

Willson. 

. Wells. 

I pham. 

Loonns. 

Owen. 



Co]»[)ee. 

^\'ills()n. 

Sheppard. 

r])hani. 

Wells. 

Loomis. 



Owe 



Ml 




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T J I I R ]) \ K A R— F J U S T T E R l\ . 

Moral Philosophy, ..... 

p]vidences of Christianity, 

Chemistry, 

Botany, .... 

^Trigonometry, (Plain and Spherical.) Mensuration, Lcvelino-, 

Surveying and Navigation, .... 

Latin — Cicero's Orations, 

7 • • • • 

Greek — Cyropfcdia and Iliad. 



Way land. 
Paley. 
Wells. 
Grav. 

Loomis. 

Owen. 



S E C X D T E R M 



J^olitical Economy, 
Lo<>"ic 



'o*-^ t 



(Jeology, 

"••'Analytical Geometrv, 

^.Alineraloixy, 

-=■ Mechanics, 

Latin — De Officiis LivA , 

Greek — Iliad and Herodotus. 



Wayland. 

Coppee. 

Wells. 

Loomis. 

Dana. 

. Smith. 



T 11 1 R 1) T E R M . 
Butler s Anaio<>■^ . 

< « * " • • • 

Chemistry. 

(leology (continued,) • . . . , 

■•■•■Calculus, Differential and Inteirral. . 

■-■■Practical Astronomv, 

" • • • 

Latin — Horace and Tacitus. 

* • • • 

Greek — Soplioclcs and Herodotus, .... 

DuRiNo THE "i'EAij— (\)mpositi()n, Declamation and ElocutioJi. 

*K()r t'uosf sfuilics marked with .a ■■. (.tliers i,iay 1m- substitule.I. Tlius (lie CMin-e may bo a.-r-ommodat.^i ,o 
Uii' uaiils of T.adic-^ aiiil (iiMUi-iiic;!, 



Emory k Crooks. 

. A Veils. 

Wells. 

Loomis. 

Loomis. 



M I) E R N LAN G U A (J^ E S . 

Text Hooks in the (;kkmax Laxcjcac;::— Woodbury's Method with Geriiian, 
Woodbury's Reader, Schiller, Goctlie, Adler's Dictionary. 



Text Books in the French Lan(;uage— Fasquelles French (.'ourse 
Coll()(juial Iveader, Tclema(|ue, Racine. P:iul et Virginie, (Miarles Xll Rene 
Atala, Surenne's ])ictionar\ . 

Oral and written exercises in both languages throughout the course. 



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11 N A :>\ 'l^ N T A L 1] RANCH V. S . 

DiiAWi-Ni; AM) rAiNTiNv;. — Tiiis (lepailiiiciii ich-cin ( s lilicnil attention, ^upc- 
vior facilities are fiirni.sheil, midei- a coiiipeteiit Jiistnictor, exclusively devoted 
to this de})artnicnt, for the sttidy and practice of iiinear and Perspective 
Drawini:-. Pastel and Monochroniatic Paintino', Paintino- in Oil, and in AVater 
C'olors. 

Music. — \'ocal and hi-ti iiniental Music: receives special attention, instruc- 
tion in ~\'ocal Music is uiven to the Avhole school, at regular ])eriods. 

__ 'I'he l:idi>',- ere a]l()^ved to sn.])>titute ilie^e branches, (o-ether Avith (Jernian 
and l-h-encii. \\)V soiuc (,!' the hiivhcr -ttulies in Mathcuiatics. and for the Latin 
and (rreel^. 

'i'lic fl.i.-.-rs ill AK'iL-uraliu'n. Lcxelin;- and Hiirs e\ inn, ai't- juacticcd in the 
use of tlie (^)uadrant and otliei- instruments, and in [Mottin;:. 

!n llie dc{»artiucnl (;!' .Vui, iciit hauiiuaiies. tlie cla.— cs are ])racticcd in oral 
and v>iittcii cxerci.-es in Putin and (ireek, tlirvUighout the Course: ami, in 
the thiiMl ycai-. in writiu;.:' translations from Latin into Greek, and from Greek 
into Latin. In addition to the hooks ahoNc mimed, Zumpfs Latin Grammar 
and Kiiliner's Greek" (^r umiiar arc u<cd. 

Antlioifs Gla^siral Li'tionarv. Smitii"- Liclionary oC (ireel; and Roman 
nio'^rapliy and .Mythoh);.'y. Pamshoiafs Latin Synonyms, Piohinson's Lexicon 
of the }s\a\' Pr>tain(-n!. .'.ad '''orhiocr's Ancient (Jeouraphv. a.re recommended 
as ho(»ks of retercme. 

Pc;jidar cour>c> o!" Led arc- will he ,L'i\cii in ,\aiural Philoso{thy ami Gliem- 
i<;ry : and o''ca,-ionai Lectures on Astronomy, Geoloey, and such rdher -aih- 
jcets a< llie '\\'anl< of particular elas-cs m;iy te(|uire. 

The cIa>M'.- in the i'ii'-t Vc;n- oh Academic ,^!!idie> h;L\e c.\erci>c> in j'eadinu' 
;ind amilyziu'^i- Milton. Thompson, and oilier po.'{<, in eouneclion with ;i 
(■(n!i-e ot' i'amili;!!' ]ec^i:n',- on the priucii;le.- (.1 l-hiididi ( j;ranmi;*ir. 

A NoiiNiAL i'\.A:< \\\\\ he loruH'd. (when ie(jiiii-ed ) :.!!d >pecia! allenticm 
will he -ivcn to llio,-e who may \\i-li to ])rcpare th<'m.-cl\ ('< for the impoi-tiint 
diM !(■< o!' teaehiiu:'. 

A ihiu,ic.\r C]..\>< ^\ill aho lie foi'in'MJ i\>v ihc li ue!it of ,-neh a> have tlie 
Miui^t !-y in \•ie^\ . 

^'(.M^^^;[:rIAr Dkc A i; rMi:vT.--l n ihi-, f/ctuiASon Commercial haw, Lolitical 
iv'oiioniv and Mere;intile l'hi(pie,te w ill he ^i\ i n. The course inclmlcs all that 



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■(iu'i.-lte lo 1 !i!' !'ractlc;il A.ceonnlanl 



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L O C A T I O IS' . 



- : o : - 



W'illiamsport is one of the most heautifnl and healthful places in the State. 
It lias iKA'cr been subject to ejjidemics of any kimL No student has hitherto 
sutfered in health by a residence here. On the coutrary, many coining:' to the 
School sickly, Inne returned fully restored. Tlie location is central and ac- 
cessible from all (piart(!rs. The liailroads, now cora})leted. Ijrini;- us within a 
few hours ride of Klmira, Lockhaven, Danville, ]\)ttsville, llarrisburL;'. llol- 
liihiysburg", Philadel[)hi;i. IJaltiinore and New York. No more desirable posi- 
tion for a Seminarv oi' L •ai'iiim^' can he found. 



() K (; A X IZ A T I O N. 



Tla' school is orLi.iuized on the mo-t approved plan of the l)est histitutions 
of New Y(u-k and N( \\ l-hiuland. It embraces ))oth se\es. under the same 
'.lOvernnKait and instruction, 'idie PresidentAS family and the Teacheis oct upv 
apartments in tlu^ buildine. and lia\c a con.danl oversight (.>f all the Students. 

The ladies' )»riv.ite .ind [;uhlic rooms are entir(,'ly separate from the others, 
and there is no as,-;ociation of tla^ sexes but in the presence of their instructors. 
77/'' /j/z/hts (i/i'f ( iciil 'i i!h ;i i>i:r( Ic^s f r< rtlnni ot i ill { rcou rsc hire lli'iii itt hoim . 

The happy intlueiice, ,iinI n'llh/ cxt ri< il. in theii- sliiiht association in the rcci- 
iation-r(;(Mn, ai the lahie. and in the ))ublie exercises ot' the Lhaix'l, is to be 
s(('n in the ( ultivation ol" a cheerful and animated dis[)ositio!i, — in the forma- 
tion ot" _L':ood habits and manners, — in ardent devotion to slud\-, — and in the 
altainment of hiL;h m(n-;ii cliaractciA These with many other valuable results, 
ha-, e established the fact, that the best plan for a, School is, accoi'dinu' to the 
cvi<lent dcsi^u of Providence in the constitution of society, on the basis of a 
wci' i'eL:ailat(>d. chi'i>;ian famih'. 




ACCOMMODATIONS. 

The buildings will Mccommodatc (two in a room) about two hundred stu- 
dents. Thev are of brick and heated bv furnaces in the cellar. 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 
urounds contain about seven acre>, aifordinii' sufficient room for exercise and 
play. 

B A 11 1) I N G , ETC. 



All Students Iron) a distance are required to board in the iSeminarv. Hy 
the following list of prices it will be seen that our total charges are quite as 
low as those of any Institution of like grade in tiiis State; not excepting 
those schools in which cheai) scholai'ships have been sold. AVe desire to bring- 
down the cost of education to the lowest ])oint possible, and thus afford to the 
masses, sound, intellectual, and moral culture. Board, including washing, (10 
])ieccs, ) room and fuel, is S'J. ."').■) ])er week. 



C A L E N 1 ) A J I A N J) 1^] X J^ E N 8 K S . 

The Semiiuiry Year is divided into three unc(jual terms. Pupils are received 
at any time. l)(Hlu(tion for absence is made on recommendation of the Faculty 
to the Treasurer. Iblls })ayable in advance. 



Kai.l Tkk.m. 
Winter Tkrm, 
Simmer Ter.n;. 



( <)M mi:n( R»;. 

August '2'2. isc.l 

Deceui. 'JC, 1H<;'J 

Mnrcli 'JO, isr.i! 



r)Oar(l, W ashing. l'"uel and l"'nrni>lud Koonis, 
Tcitiox. Vrimai'v l)('])ai-tTnent. 



INUS. 

i )e('ember 'I')- 
.Maich IIN 
.hine 1 1- 



)'i:i! \vi;i:k. 

sii :\:^ 



\^ weeks. 
11> '' 
12 '' 

!'KK YKAl;. 

s:»8 Vo 



S'J :^{\ 



i i 



i i. 



u 



ii 



rnparator\ 

li li u 

• • • 

'' Scicntitic '* . . . 

'^ ■• Lectures. 

^' Classical 
1 ncidental Charges, heating and cleaning puf 
lie iHioms, halls, vVc., 

Total chai'Li'e. 



:; :,{} 



iiii r\vri,\ r, w ki.ks. 

. S.") 00 
('. Oo 

V 00 -li .M) 

1 00 

s on 



-0 'J. so 



SPJG (10 



-< IK 



W I b L I A Ar S P R T D T C K T N S X S E Af I N A R Y. 



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Music, Drawing, Painting, and i\Iodern Languages, Book-keeping, Orna- 
mental Penmanship, and Wax Fruit, extra as follows : 



(irerman and French, eacli ...... 

Drawing, ......... 

Monochromatics and Pastel Painting, each 

Painting in Water Colors, ...... 

Oil Painting, ....*... 

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

Melodeon '' '' '' '' . . 

Vocal ^' '' '' '' 

Full Commercial Course, comi)rising Book-keeping by single 
and Double Entry, Plain and Ornamental Penmanshi]), 
and Flourishing inclusive, ..... 

Full Course in Ornamental Penmanshi]), 

Thirty Lessons in Penmanshi}), ..... 





PKR TKBM. 


. S3 


50 




9 


50 




5 


00 




5 


00 




8 


00 




12 


00 




12 


00 




1 


00 



rp 



10 00 
5 00 
1 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 S2.50 per ^\cek for board, kv. Xo deduction made for absence except in 
cases of ]n-otracted sickness. 

I\I M JO R C I A h D E V A R T MEN T . 

The Course in this comtirises all that is tauuht in anv of the Commercial 
Colleges in this country. Those who are desirous to acquire a knowledge of 
the Science of Single and Double Entry Book-keeping applied to Ketail and 
Wholesale Merchandising, Commission, Special l^irtnerships, ^lanufacturing, 
Banking and Joint-Stock Business of all kinds will find as ample advantages 
here as else^\ here. Particular attention given to Mercantile I^'orms and Cotn- 
l)utations. 

By due attention a, Fnll Coni-se may be completed in <nic term of thrive 
months. 

Phonography inclmled if dcsiicil. A Cla-s will l)e l'orme(l in Commercial 
La^\' if requested. 

V A c A T I o N . 

Ibit one Vacation a( close ot" Acadcmicil ^'eaI•— ten ^^■eeks. 

T ]'] R MS () F A T> M I S S I N . 

1. The Student nuist be well recommended as to moral characler. The 
School is iu)^t designed to be a llonse of Befnge. 

2. Must arrange with the Treasurer, all bills, before attending Jvccitations. 
.'J. Must take at least four stndies, unless exctised bv the Factdtv. 



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4. Minors must deposit Avitli th(! President, all si)endine;- money, to be 
returned in sueli amounts as lie may think l)cst. 

:>. Must ap:ree to eomply with all the Rules and Pie.uulations of the Sehool. 

X. P.— Eaeh .Student will he considered a mem])er of the Institution, until 
due notice shall hiive been uiven of intention to leave, and ])ermission obtained 
of the President. 

R M S AND CLOT II I N G . 

The rooms are furnished with all heaA y articles, but the Students must bring 
their own sheets (for double beds,) pillows, pillow cases, blankets, counter- 
panes and towels, and iind their own l)rooms, mirrors, coal oil and lamps. 

Students should be su])plied with Ayarm, durable clothing, heavy boots and 
shoes, an uml)rella, and a jiair of slippers to l)e worn while in the building. 
All arflcl'S nf i'hilhinii xlionld hi en rrfiill y uiarJcrd irltJi the /(ill ii'inn . 

A P V A R A T U S . 

The Seminary is furnished with a collection of A])paratus together with full 
sets of (Uobes, Maps and diarts, and a ('al)inet of Miuei-als. tbus atfording 
facility lor illustration and cx])eriment. 

I) I 8 C I V L I N Y. . 

The disci})line is mild, but iirm and impartial. AVliilc every encouragement 
will be given to the orderly and studious, and due allowance be made for youth- 
ful indi'^cretions, yet the lawle-s and refractory ciiunot long remain among us. 

11 ]•: L I G I U S S E 11 V I c 1] s . 

Every student is recjuired to attend religious services at the opening and 
close of school. e;ich day, as well as ])ubrK' Avorshi}) morning and evening. 
(•V( l'\' S:ibb;ith. <if y-il<h fihirc as iKirfnIs or (/ nd rdi(lli:< iinijl iJcstijutiU' . 

\y J5. ivich student must be supplied vith a Pible, to be read ir'tihonl notr 

i,r sn-l(irt<in c<>Niiin nt. in tlie morning and eveniuL:- service^ of tlie (Mcapel. Tlie 
w hole s''li()ol read in ( oiu'crl . 

L 1 'r 10 li A R \ S C 1 E T I ]•: S . 

r,e.^i(le> llie rc'-ular weekly e\(M-eises in Composition ami Declamation, there 
;!!■(' iliree tloui'i.-hing i/iteiai'y Societies in the Institution : the ^'Pelles Lettres," 
••(lanntia, I'lp-ilou." a.ud '"'f riparlite rnion." caeh of wbieli prepares and reads 
I,, |ii,> .-.(liool a papei' oiiee a inoiitli. About 1 doo \ ols. are in the Societies' 



alirane- 



,M E \l \ 'V A N I) i) V. n E K T T 



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A sti-iel N\ eekly I'ccord i- i^ept of al 
Toi-d tlie students will i»e gi'aded. 



tlie exei'eises of the School, from which 



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A record of demerits is also kept. Tardiness, unexcused absences from re- 
quired exercises, and all disorderly conduct, will subject the student to demerit 
marks. Three such marks may 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 when requested. 

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 di stance for co m])etent teachers. 

A WORD TO P A R E N T S . 

1. Try to have vour children here at the commencement of the term. The 
classes are then formed and it will b(> t)etter for all concerned that the student 
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. 

:',. Do not allow your children to leave the school l)etore the examinations, 
unless it cannot be avoided. Serious inconvenience, to all concerned, often 
arises from a nei>lect of this caution. 

4. Supi)ly them rcnf s/)(frinr/itf with spending money. I^arcnts cannot be 
too cautious on this jioint. 

.">. Select for your child one of the Instructors, as a Patron, to distribute 
his funds. In this way a more judicious use of youi' money Nvill be made, 
and your child be kept from many temptations. 



X. B, — These last two suo-ocstions arc to be regarded as c<tai»lished rulc>; ot 
the school. 



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J^'^ Students not ])oarding in the Institution, must ()i)<ervc the tV)llowing 
additional rules : 

I. Attend Evening Prayers. 

'2. Must attend all the Seminary Kxcrciscs punctually. 

:;. Must spend the intervals between recitations in the Study Hall. 

4. Must ac<'ount for all absences l)y written excuse without delay, time and 
number of recitations being specitied. 

r». Must not visit the rooms of l)oard<'rs, without permission. 



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W I I, L 1 A M S 1' R T DICKINSON S E If I N A U Y. 



B Y- L i^^ T^ S 



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1. Durino- the hours of studv, the stiidciits sluill not 1)(' niinecessavny 
absent iVoiii their rooms. 

2. At the time appointed to attend prayer, reeitation, leetnre, or other ex- 
ercise, each student sliall repair y/z/r//// and j>r<»nj>(hi to the phiee designated. 

:;. At no time sliall any student loiter in the halls, or about the doors, or 
indulge in jumi)ingj Avrestling, loud talking, ^vhistling; or any other unneces- 
sarv noise, or in the use of tobacco, in tlu^ l)uilding. 

■\. The students shall not be absent from their rooms at night after the hour 
of studv indicated liy tlie ringing of the bell, nor shall they at any time, 
attend })arties. or mixed asscmbbK's, without permission from the President; 
noi- shall they, at any time, visit ta\('i'tis. eating houses, de[)ots, or other places 
of puhlic I'csort, or on any occa.-ion indulge in the use of intoxicating li('|Uors. 

T). All ])rofane and indecent language, jtlaying at game of chance, injuring 
the pi-operty of the Institution or of the citizens, (piai-i-eling, fighting, or the 
catTving ot" lii'e-ai'uis oi' other daugei'ous wea^ions, is strictly forbidden. 

(b Xo student -hall lea\-e tla^ limit- of the town Ibi' m lougei' time than one 
houi- w itiioul permission. 

7. \\\\r\\ -tiidfiit will be lubl strictlv ;iccou n lahlc foi- any damage he or she 
ma\ cause lo t he Semiiiai'\' propei't\. 

S. The Tc;i(hei'> and Ste\\ ard must, at all times, have access to the studtaits' 
rooms. ;ind if it he indued necessar\. tlw I'ooms will be cleanseil at the exiiense 
{)[' the occu})anls. 

:». ( 'leanline.-> of pei.-on and ol iippareb and a gentlemanly ami lady-like 
(lei)orlment must he obser\ ed h\' all. 

lo. No water, dii't or other material, ,-liall he thrown from any window in 
the huildini:-, oi- down the hot air Hues, or into the halls after they have been 
cleaned. 



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11. The occiniuulj; ui tlic Boavdui''- House mvisl liiive their rooms swept iuiil 
in order, and their lights extinguished, at the established hours. 

12. No student will be alloAved to go a bathing, skating, fishing, gunning 
or riding, without ])crinission. 

1^{. Tiie students must not visit the kitchens, dining room, or any other 
room, except their own, without permission. 

14. The Sabbath must be strictly observed ])y 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 i)lace as they or their 
guardians may })refei'. 



1 5. 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. 

Kb The young ladies w ill not be allowed to leaxe the Seminary grounds, 
at anv time, without permission : and the gentlemen w ill be restricted at the 
discretion of the Facailty. 

IT. The students are ex})ected to [)ay ]n'o[tia' res[)ect to the Steward, as well 
as to all ofiicers of the Institnliou. 

18. No student shall change his or her room, or Ijoarding i)lace, without 
special permission from the President. 

li). No student Avill be permitted to leaxc the school, during its session, 
without an express reijuest from tlu^ pai'cnt oi' guardian, made to the President, 
and Avith the consent ol' the Facailty. 

2(1. An\' student who, without Just cause, shall fail to attend the exanuna- 
tions. will be <'()nsidered as nndei* ccnsui-e, and will be so marked on the next 
('atalogu(\ 

21. Permission to be absent from any exerci.-e must l»e obtained, if })ossible, 
before the absence oc(an\ 

22. No student will be peianitted lo lea\(' any class w ithout the consiait of 
the Fa(Milty. 

2!b Th(^ Ladies and (baitlemen must not \isil each othei",-' a[)ai-tments. 
walk or ride tou'ctlua', without permission : mti" con\crse toii-ether from the 
wimlows. 

24. Students from the neighborhood will not be pcaanitted to \ isit home at 
such tinu'S as will interfere Avith the regular exercises of the school. 

2r>, Any offending student may he punished, according to the nature of 
the offence, by private oi- j»ublic reproof, sus|)eusi()u, dismission or ex[)ulsion. 

2<l. Students disnussetl or ex[)ellcd, nuist leave the jiremiscs at once. 



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117. None but students ciin attend the Society meetings, unless V>y express 
permission from the Faculty. 

28. No special meeting of the students shall be held at any time, without 
l)ermission of the President. 

29. Any temporary prudential regulation for the government of the school 
that the teachers may see fit to adopt, shall be equally binding with these 
Bv-Laws. 



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MITTS, GLOVES & HOSIERY, 

SHAWLS, CLOAKS, MANTILLAS, 

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matle to order at the lowest |»ossil)I(^ I'ates, 



1>. 11. JAMESON. 



E. COVERT, 






WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



(!LOTliS, CASS 1 MERES, \ ESTINGS, SHIRTS, COLLARS, 

UNDERSIiniTS, DRAWERS, 
HANI)KER(;ilIEFS, (JLOA'ES, HOSE, SUSPENDERS 



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ALSO, A LARCE STOCK OF CLOTHING. 

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Anything in the (Motliing line manufactured at the shortest notice and in the 

best style. 

dScnticmeu'.'i ^luinifjhiiig €ooib, of all ic^icnj^tions. 

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THIRD ST., OPPOSITE THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 



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Ts supplied with a full assoi-tment of Fui-niturc ot" all kinds. >uch as 

A large ami general assortment of CO.MMOX FrRMTt'KIv (^me Seat and 
Windsor diairs. of all kinds: Hair. Ilu.-k and Straw .Mattrasses; (Jilt, l^ntf 
and Common Window Shades, and i)ailey"s Patent (^irtain Fi.xtuVes: a gen- 
eral assortment of good ( \irj)etings : (;ilt', Rosewood. Mahoaanv, and Wahiut 
Looking Glasses: Plates to fill old !• lames ; Cilt ami Rosewood .\h)ldini:s 
for Picture Frames, ami a full assorlmcnt of (llas,^. from S hv 10 up to ?.r, iVv 
r>() inches. 



^^^ UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, 'X 

Will he attended to as usual )»v A. Fauv. at his old stand on Third-st A full 
assortment of sizes of PATF.XT .MFT/vLM(' RFIMAF (\\SFS. AND /INC- 
LINKD CASKS, foi- tVeezing the coipse in warm weathei'. .TTf^^^ A iiood Ileai-se 
always in attendance at fuiu'rals. win ii order- are left at the JMirnishinL:- and 
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STEAM ENGINES, MILL GEARING, AGRICULTURAL 

IMPLEMENTS, ARCHITECTURAL IRON ^WORKS, 

VERANDAS, COLUMNS, BRACKETS, IRON 

RAILINGS, DOOR AND ^WINDOAAT CAPS, 

AND SILLS, AND ALL KINDS OF 

BRASS AND IRON CASTINGS. 

This t'sliiblishnient liaving been ejilarj^od .and improved, \ve Jirc now j)re- 
parcd to execute all orders Avith promptness and despatch. 

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WILLIAMSPOET, PA. 




BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 



STANTLY VOR SALE, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, A LARGE 

AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF 



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IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE. 

ALSO^ 

SCHOOL E u K S , 

BLANK l'>OOIvy. PAPER AND S'JWa^IONERV. 






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incut of 



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

yAI)I)];ERS' AND COACHMAKEKS' WARE AND TOOLS 
LE.VTIIEK k SHOE FINDINGS, MACHINE BELTING ' 
FAllMINO IMPLEMENTS, &<•., c^c, &c. 



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MR. & MRS. E. CALYERT, 

Respectfully iiiniounce to the citizens of Williamsport and vicinitv, that thev 
/ have fitted up anew their 

SPACIOUS ICE CBEAM SAtOONS 

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

For the reception of Ladies and Gentlemen, where thev will be ])oliteIv waited 
on hy Mrs. Calvert and daughter, with tlie very l')est article, niac'le of the 
^'ery best Cream from the country farms. 

Thankful for ])ast favors, they ask a continuance of the li])eral ))atronaoo 
heretotore extended to them. 

They also keep for sale all kinds of 
SOrXH-EAST CORNER OF ArARr<ET S(,)rARK. 

WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



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We talk ])y liahtnino-, ride ))y steam, 

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iSJ-A LARGE ASSORTMKXT OF (;iLT FItAMKS niuavs ,,.,..1 

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No. 114 BALTIMOKE ST., BALTIMORE, MD. 

Keeps constantly on band, an extensive and general assortment of articles in his line 
wliich he offers at MODERATE and UXIFOKM V RICKS, from which no abntemnit is 
made except to whole s^ale pvrcJiasfr^ . 

- — glubanical, ^rcljitfcliu'al, (fnginecring nn\i ,5pra(nmg gook^, 

All Excellent Assortnieiit. 

B.^ DRAWIXC; IXSTKUMEXTS, DRAAVIXG BOOKS, SCALES, PAPERS, MOIST and 
CAKE WATER COLORS, in )>oxes nnd separate, and every re({nisite for the use of the 
ARCHITECT, EXGIXEER and MECHAXICAL DHAUGllfSMAX, with TEXT BOOKS 
suitable to those j)rofessions. 

i)rr ARTISTS' MATERIALS.— OIL COLORS, in Tubes, of the best English makers 
CAXVAS, in Rolls and on Stretchers, BRUSHES. PALETTES, EASELS, MILl] 
BOARDS, VARXISIIES. DRYIXC OILS, an<l all other articles reouired for OIL PAINT- 
IXG. 

ir.s?"All the materials for (JRECIAX PAIXTIXC, including LITHOCRAPHS and MEZ- 
/OTIXT PICTIRES, with printed instructions. 

8^" STATIOXERY of ;ill kinds. ])];\\m and fancy, for Lady's use, and every requisite for 
the Conntiiif^- House or Ofhce. 



Orders 




]Ry of all kinds. ]>]aiTi and fancy, for Lady's use, and every reqii 
ise or Ofhce. 

per Mail will receive prompt and careful attention. 

JRIiAY $< SWEELY, 



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WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 

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< 'ollcics. Seminaries and Comiuon Sclioofs. 

A LARdK STOCK OF BLANK BOOKS ALWAYS ON HANI) AND FOR SALE. 



A well Sch'ctcd Stock', in ('\('i-y dcpai'inient of Scicnee and Literature. 

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eJOHlSr CRAMER, 

FOURTH STREET, 



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The subscriber keeps on hand, at all times, an KXTKld.KN'r . \SS( )irr.MF>NT of 

VESTINGS AND TRIMMINGS. 



Thankful for })ast favors, he respectfully solicits a continuance of ])ul)li( 
patrona«j.e. 



SGHOOL MERCIIAiyDI 




SMITH, WOODMAN A CO., vespt'otfully submit to Teachers and School Oflicers their facilities for supply- 
in;; evt-ry kind of School Merchandise, in small or larj^e cjuanlitiea, at the lowest prices von <'A8n oni-y. 

They have unparalleled advantajces for judi^iuL; of the merits of the best luanuficturers in this country 
and in Europe. 

GLOBES— All sizes, from .". to 30 inches in diameter, from 75 cts. to si.r>0. 
OUTLINE MAPS— Mitchell's, lO in the set, w itli key, ].rice :^\'2. 
Cornell'8, 13 In the set, with key, price »10. 
Pelton'H, G in the set, (very larj^e,) with key, i*2r>. 

The "Independent series of School Maps," by Geory:e Schioeter. Printed on cloth, and can be washed. 
MURAL MAPS — Of all kinds, by Kn^'lish and American, (Jerman and French authors. 
CHARTS — Dr. Johnson's Philosophical (Charts, 10 in the set, with key, ^Ifj in cloth, ^10 In i)a})<M-, $0 in 
sheets. These Charts are a perfect substitute for apparatus, and are his^hly commended by the liiRlicst 
authority. 
Mattisiui's Astronomical Charts, 10 in the set, in paper, Sir» ; in cloth s<20. 
Yonman's Chemical Chart, $5. 

Witall's Astronomical Planisphere, mailed for ?3; by expi-ess, ^2. HO. 
Cuttei-'s Physiological Charts, $8 and $12 per set. 
Historical Chart, Lvman's, witli key, ^1.50, an crcelleiit vork. 
LONDON SCHOOL DIAGRAMS— Imported and for sale only by S. W. k Co. 

LAK(iE (iKOLOQiCAL DiAdBAMS, comi)risin}; a large section of the Earth's Crust ; Table of the Order of Suc- 
cession of th»i Stratitied Kocks ; Forms of Stratitication, Ac.; The Carboniferous Oroup of Coal ami Iron 
Strata; Minin;: Section of a Coi'pci' Mine, Ac, witli explauatoiy Notes, Nine Sheets, each 25 by 20 in., 
col'il ; on Holler, (J by ">, S6. . 

TiiK Earth's Cki st, a sectiow of the above, r> ft. bmu,, .S.;. 

lioTANicAL DiAoit.vMs, exhibiting the Structure, Pliysiology, and Classilication of Plants. Boldly drawn and 
Colored, and atVordiiig an easy niethotl of teaching the principles of this interesting science in Schools or 
Families. IJy .las. Stewart. Six Slicets, cacii 2") by 20 in., witii description, on Koller, JsG. 
l)iA(iaAMS OF PiivaicAi, (iKQiiRAi'HV, Natural PJiilosopliy, Machinery, Manufacturers, kc. Send for a Des- 
criptive List. 
APPARATUS— Full atid i)artial sets and single iiieces of all kinds of .Mechanica], Philosophical, and Ciiem- 

ical appai-atus, lor sale -M manufacturers' prices. 
BLACKBOARDS— Allen's American Blarklioard, 30 cts. per it. Slat'' Blackboards, nO cts. per ft. 
ADAMANTINE LIQUID SLATE— 'i'liis Slate Preparation is a i)erfect substitute for Slate Black- 
boards, ami can be ajiplied to Walls or any other snuxith and hard surface. It never crumbles— always 
remains hard, black, and smooth, ami rivals the best stone Slate. Price, J^^l i>er pint. ?<1.50 per ([uart. 
SCHOOL FURNITURE— Tlie best (piality of Modern Styles of Furniture, supplied at the lowest prices. 

Si-nd for a C.italojriie. 
BOOKS — Any and all kimls of Scjiool, Text, and Librarv Books, foi- sale at pubbVhers' jiricesj 
STATIONERY— Plain and KiiUnl Note and Letter Paper, Envelopes, Pens, .Vc. 

PIANOS— Arrangements ha\ e been made with themaniitacturers of a Sui'kkiok Piano-Foktk. esjiecially and 
jiarticularly adapted to the wants of Schools, liy which Schools )nay be sui>)>lii'd at Irss then tlie re'ii'lar 
ri(tfs. Each instrument fuUv warranted. 
SHEET MUSIC AND MUSIC BOOKS- American and Foreign at whole-^ale prices, 
SCHOOL PRINTING— Of all kinds, executed at the shortest notice, in the highest style of art. 

»-»~Prin-(I1'als of Schools can have ijnir advertiscnuMits inserted in any of the leading Newspajiers at 
their lowest cash rates. 
ARTISTS' MATERIALS— Bru^be>, Colois, Canvas, and ev.ry thing r.-qnisite f.,i- (lie Fine Arts. 

The subscribers would anmuince \n their fiiends and )>atrons, that they have formtMl a connection with 
(b" largest manufacturiiii,' house nf Artist^' Materials in Paris, and can supply, at the lowest cash rates, at 
wholesale or retail, goods of tin; best, (juality. Orders carefully and ]>romiitlv tilled. A liberal di-conni to 
Scho<d>. Descriptive Catalogues, witii jirices, sent free upon application. 

*^'* Gurrexiii'ii'lCiitH iirc /■f'iii< s/of In r)id<»<'' s/c mps far niisn-crs to tlnlr iii<<i' iri>'s. 



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i^/'iits- far Sc/inols diiil Trtirhp)-.'!. nixf l^iihlUhcrs <tu<l Dealers in Scliool Merflcandisi. 

596 Broadway, New York. 
609 Chestnut Street, Philad'a. 
180 Washington St., San Francisco, Cal. 
(WARREN HOLT, Agt.l 
Cor. Broughton and Barnard Sts., Savannah, Ga. 

(J. F. CANN, Agt.l 



THE AMERICAN SCHOOL INSTITUTE, 

(Kgfablislicd In 1855,) 

Is a reli.ibb' :Mel jiractical A _ ei i e \ , ( h ro Hi;! i w liieli I''a In i 1 ic-^, and SchooN of c\ .tv ui'ade, ina\ enira'^c k;\ |'i;ri- 
I N( Ki> and \i eOMi'i.isHKi) 'I'liACMiits and I'ltoi rsHOKS, lor an,\ Department ol Instruction, h'sjnmif itiriUii,x 
i"i- iiiiisir I'eac/i'rs. ( 'on-iderai i^n is;,'i\eii in «or /r^/ as well as /v///ra//o;i(// adajil ation. 

Kcterences. -I'KKsii.KNi' and FAen.rv ot Anileist ('olle;:e; Hon. IIknrv r.AitNMU), LL.D. Chan- 
<'.-!lor ul Wiseoii-^in IniNer^iiy, Madi-on. Wi-^. ; - Hon. Tn loo. Fri;i.in(;iii •^ skn, LL.I)., and KAciiL-rv ot Wut-ers 
Colb;-'-, N. .1.; Dr. Wn.iJAM Ctiitris, Linn-^tone Sininu-, S. ('. ;_n,,n. AiaiKur Pikk. Little Pock, Ark.: 
.Mij.ro.v K. H\( o\, .Marion, Ala. ; I'rnf. S. Tknm.v, i'res'i. ?'a>ctl>' Female <'(.lle;4c, ]\Iis<. : K'v. T. M. Cans, 
\\ilrnin!;ton, D^ I. ; .losiiiA !•'. Pcarl, A. M., Sup't- Public In--iriei.^ Nasln ille, 'i".-nii\ 

■■*■■.<>■■* E\p'' I i'li I Til Teachers of ability ari' coni in ua II y \\ ariic I, 

SEi^Seiid tor ;i Ciniiiar o\|ilaining I'lan, .Vc. 

SMITH. WOODMAN & CO., ' ?R5 Chestnut Street, Philad'a. 

•• (596 Broadway, New York. 

SOUTHERN OFFICE, Cor. Broughton and Barnard Sts., Savannah, Ga. 

iJ. F. CANN, Agent. I 

Col r^ -|,oiii|eiits ev[ic(Miir-: answer^ ^lioiild emdo^e vfani]>s. 



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