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TWENTIETH ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



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Rev. Irvin II. Tokhence, S(5cn*t:uy, 

Hkv. .Iames 11. Brown, 

Rev. T. M. Reese, 

Rev. B. B. Hamlin, a. M. 

Samlel J.ovK, Ksq, - 

Col,. Jacor Sallade, - - - 

Hon. VajI Klifer, 

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Philadelphia. 
Baltimore, Md. 
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Williamsport. 



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VISITING COMMITTEE. 

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Hi:v. THOMPSON MITCHKLL, 1). 1)., Puksident, 

Moral Phi/(mjphy and BeUes Letters. 

II. A. CUEKAN, A.M. 

Ancient and Gem} an lAinguages. 
CI I A RLES J. LITTLE, A. M. 

AfatJu'niatics, 



H. 0. MOYER, 



WILLIAM LIGHTON, 



Miss ANNA,M. THOMSOxN, 



Mrss FANNIE B. ROWLAND, 



II. S. EDSON, 



I. EDWARDS, 



Natural ^Science, 



Instrurnental and Vocal Mime 



Preceptre.sH French Lamjnage, 



Pain tin (I and Jhaioing, 



Higher English. 



Preparatory Department. 



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KS. Law, A. 11/ - . 
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AlexaiuU'r, Emma 
Ball, Ida C. 
Barret, Euiiiia i\ - 
Burrows, Nettie 
Blish, S, Adio 
Bostiun, Ella C. 
Campbell, Blanclie A. 
Campbell, Maggie M, 
Chambers, Nannie A, 
Clark, p]mma C, 
Cramer, Carrie S. 
(Jramer, Juliji K. 
(.'rever Mary H. 
Dart, Fjibbie. 
Dodsou, Jessie F, • 
Dodson, Ida M, 
F-dler, Fannie J. - 
Else, Flora R - 
Fleschliut, Carrie C. 
Friling, C. Emma. 
George, Aurelia. - 
Gilmor<\ Mary K. 
irag(^nhn<'h, Mattie M 
irauenbueli, 'rillie H. - 
Harding NoiJi, 
Hjirman, Amelia K, 
Harris, B( 11. 
Herr, Mary E. - 
Holmes, liUcy ( '. - 
Holmes, Aggie ,1. 
IloriKM", Margies 
Horner, Mary J. 
Jameson, Sal lie ( '. 
Johnston, Mollie I';. 
Kapp, Maggie W. 
Keller, Mnggie K. 
Kramm, M. Alice 



ueside:n<:k9. 

(Centre Hall. 
Piedmont, WeH Va. 
Willianisporl. 
East Springfield. 
Ilamptofu 
Hunbury. 
Beech Haven 
New GermatUoum. 
Agricultural College, 
New York. 

Williainsj)orL 

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Arynstronii, ' 

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Sunburi/. 

lii(U(ina}>()lis, [jid. 

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\VrightsrilU\ 
Vork. 
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liaUimnre Md. 

IViUiams'ptn'L 
.Vefo (icrniaixlimm. 
yorthumhc via n d. 
(lentcr Hall. 
Willianistyyrt. 



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riOhman, Miss - 
Le Van, B€ckie G. 
Millar, Maggie J. 
Morrison, Mary E. 
Morrison, Virginia H. 
Norcross, Tjaiira - 
Page, FAtie II. 
Patchen, Julia J. - _ 
Price, Alice (\ 
Price, Ida - 
Patriaiu, l^mnia r-. - 
Ilccse, Annie 
R<>cst\ Bessie 
Reese, Emma 
Reese, Josie 
Rlione, Alice, 
Rogers, Lizzie W. 
Rof^ers, Mary K. - 
Rogers, Phil en a 
Shirltz, Lizzie A, - 
Smith, Mattie J. 
Smith, Fannie S. 
Stanihhury (J race. 
Tnylftr, Maggie S, 
Tont^nce, S. Fllie. 
Trowbridge, Mary. 
ri)d«^rafr, Lucy L. 

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\'aii 4^rigiit, Ida. 
Van ^.'ess, .L Li//.i»- 
\V;\<xn('r, Lida '1\ 
\V:Mn<r, < iiiliehiia 
Welt);. 1^'aiiiiie A. 
W'crts, I"lore>Tee l*;, 

W'lieelcr, Ma\id L. 
White, i:nvma 
Willetts, Mary A. 
W'iuegardner, Sailif 1 L 
\Vinsl()\v,»('lara I-'w 
Wise, LiK-y M. 
Woodwjird, Annie Iv. - 
Woodwtvrd Jennie 
Wrigld'/Ida M. 
Vo{ um, Matti<' L. 
Zerl)e, Mary (\ 
/>eri)e, Libhie M, ■' 



RESIDENCES, 



y^eiv York. 
Williamsport. 

Trenton J N. X 
W'illiamsport. 
(Hen Hope. 

Willi (nnsporK 

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f\;nter Hall, 
Willi crmspoi'tr 

Berlin, uV. .7, 
Williaynsport. 
Denver City, Colorado Ter. 
Berwick. 

Johnson's Store^ Md. 
Mileshurg. 
Danville. 
ToledOj Ohio^ 
Willi a.nisport. ' 

Princess Bay, Statfii I'.shvnd. 

Williamsport. 

Iirid(/ri(nr/i, Vck 

BcUe/ottte. 

Muncy. 

Willianixport, 

Wcstport. 

WilliayiisporL 

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GENTLEMEN. 



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Alba, W. E. 
Alexander, J. F. 
Applcniaii, 1\ S. 
Anult, C. K. - 
Bach man, F. A. 
Bachman, G. S. 
Bailey, N. 
Beck, W. T. - 
Beers, L. H. 
Bel ford, M. G. - 
Belford, J. M, 
Bell, J. F. 
Bellman, ]]. T. 
BcMuler, A. R. - 
Biiigliam, E. IT. 
]^>itner, J. F. 

Blackiston, \\\ T. 
P^looin, W. II. - 

i^ock, :\r. p. 

P>ower, W. II. - 
Bowman, A. S. 
P>ov(^r, E. 
Brian, J. - 
Brown, J. C. 
P>ul)l), T. - 
]>nrki>n])ine, F. A. 
(^alvert, J. S. 
Oani])])ell, I. \\ 
Ciirrow, J. F. 
Chn})man, IT. O. 
Clark, T. - 



RESIDENCES. 



Wllllamsport. 

Milhcim. 

Ilagersfo'jon, Md. 

AnnviUe, 

BanieUville. 

Williamsport, 
jS??i7/rna, Bel. 
Orbisonia. 
Altoona, 

Mifflin. 
Leici^fmun. 
Af('rhniiicsln(rg. 
(ircrncdsflr. 
Wi!Ha]n>ipo}-f, 
Jh'rrJi ('rrr/:, 

PinJnuntf, IE Va. 
Wi i i id) n sport. 

M<'Keans})tir<]. 

r>('nin(<li(tn. 

MijiHrn-iJlc. 

Kri<J('}'yriJh\ 

Wiiridnispori. 

Mifflinvillr. 

Monf()}irsviJl(\ 
XortJnunhcrldnd. 

Wilfidin.porf, 
Pine drove. 
Still pond^ Md. 
Loch Haven. 
A rnisfrong. 



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NAMES. 



Clark, W. 
Comp, J. S. 
Compton, J. 
Conner, B. C. 
Conner, T. F. - 
Coulbourn, W. J. - 
Cowles, E. 

Cramer, A. 

Cramer, J. W. - 
Crawford, W. F. - 
Curtin, H. E. - 
Dart, W. 
Deaver, E. E. A. 
Dietrick, E. P. 
Dietrick, F. P. 
Dun mi re, W. W. - 
Dunmire, L. A. 
Edgar, 8. \^^ 
Ellinger, E. N. 
Elhvert, C. 
Erieg, W. G. - 
Eshelmaii. ^V. D. - 
Estabrooks, W. L. M 
Evans, (i. J. 
Fans, T. S. - 
Fearoii, J. B. 
Flock, (\ 
Fraiitz, (\ 
Fredericks, J. P. 

h>(^eniaii, R. 
(ieisc, F. J\ - 

(JiMscr, (J. W. 
(lerinan, E. 
( TCM'man, S. 
(ioodwill, A. E. 
Gray, P. I). 
(;reen, W. x\P 
(Iron J), A. V. 
(Jroup, P. 



KESIDENCES. 



Williamsport. 
Markleville. 
Williamsport. 
Marion Station, Md. 
TAme Ridge, 
Burnetsville, Md, 
Williamsport, 



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Roland. 
West Dublin. 
Washington^ D. C, 



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M'lllershurg. 
Willunnsport, 
Slatlngto/t. 
Uniff/vllle. 
Beech i^reek. 
WiU'KUfhport. 



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Loeh Haven. 
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Baltimore^ Md. 



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Shavwkln. 

Caledonia. 

Marion Statwn, Md. 

Rouchtown. 



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NAMKS. 



Halfpenny, L. 
Hamlin, B. B. 
Harrison, J. J. 

Harshbarger, H. G. 
Hart, F. J. 
Hartman, P. F. 
Hartranft, IT. C. - 
Harvev, I. D. 
Hastings, G. G, 
Haulman, V. T. 
Hays, J. K. 
Hazell, C. E. - 
Heffner, F. M, 
Heilman, R. P. 
Helm, A. W. 
Heisley, C. C. - 
Hepburn, W. M. - 
Hoffman, N. F, 
Hoffman, J. A. 
Horner, M. P. - 
Ploughtelin, W. H. 
Howell, A. P. - 
Huglies, D. K. 
Humes, J. 
Humphrey, W. J. - 

Jones, E. 
Kemerer, W, E. 
Kerlin, A. B. - 
Kimble, W, W. ^ 
Kinsloe, W. A. 
Kline, E. B, 
Kloss, W. 
Klipstine, B, W. 
Law, F. S. 
Lehman, A. 
Lininger, W. - 

liOveland, H. D. 
Lowe, H. B. 
Lundy, Mr. 



RESIDENCES, 



Hartleton. 
Williamsport. 



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Mount Uiiien. 
Williamsport. 



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Dewart. 
Williamsport. 
Bellefonte, 
St, Thomas. 

Williamsport. 
Smyrna, Del. 
SinJdng Spring. 

Williamsport, 

Shamokin. 

Elmer, N. J. 

WilliajmsporL 
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Baltimore, Afd. 
Gettysburg^ 
Shamokin. 
WilliamsjwrL 

Cherryville. 

Duncannon. 
Wiesport. 
Northumberland. 
Warrensville. 

Williamsport. 
Sunbury. 
Williamsport^ 
Bloomington. 
Carlisle. 
Williamsport, 

Lamar. 
Williamsport. 
Warrensville, 



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Lvmiui, C W. - 

Maim, L. C. 

Man8t4\ J. 

Marks, J. G. 

Marsh, C. D. - 

McCloskey, A. E. 

Mc'0:)r.nick,l[. 
- l\i'Voy, H.J. 

McKiniu'v, II. - 

:\IcLtiu-!!lin, C. J. 

Mci'k, R. a - 

Miller, A. 0. 

IVIillrr, J, H. 
Miller. J [. 
Milnes^ W. B. 
Mitchell, .AL J. 
Mitdiell. J. H. - 
I\Iite]iell, L. C. 
^loiitr'niieiy, J. 
MoDie, J. M. (I 
Mc»\\'r'^r, li. R. 
]\I »;.rr, .\,. J. - 
Asiiielv, U. 
.Mini;!--, :I, 

Muss •;■. ,\. H. 

:\hi •-!;;... T. S. 
Mvr:-. J. I-\ 

:sei>,*!;. >:. W. S, A, 

Nevci, G. 

otto, J. 

(^l>li'._-;-. G. T, . 

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]\irk-, R. i'\ 
I'.MitMii. J. Jr. - 

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WlUlamsporf, 



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Warre}isvillc\ 
Albion, MichigcuL 

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WiUiainsporf, 
ilchicr's Ru)i. 

WlUiamsport, 

Mp Conn ehto ivn . ~ 

Tremont, 

Xcir (h'rm(Vi)tov'n, 

Sli/e)\ 

WtUiamsport. 






Byvj. 

Wiirt((m-Y>orf. 



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Leivi.^fown. 

Oran'/rriJle, 

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W^i sftiii i.'shr ]f(]^ 

V.ii It isr]Jh\ 

DaiiivlbclUc. 

^'i/I PondX Roads^Md, 
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name;s. 

Keese, T. M. 
Reeves, H. W, 
Reimiiiger, H. W, 
Rhone, Z. S, 
Richardson, M. G, 
Ritter, M, M. 
Rogers, Willie, 
Roth, J, 
Rothrock, J. G. 
Ruch, L, 
Run van, 11, 
Ryon, F. 
Savre, F. M, 
Say re, A, M. 
Schock, J. F. 
Shrade, L, 
Slate, J, \V, 
Smith, N. B, - 
Smith, J. T. 
Spangler, J. L. 
Spottswood, \V. F, 
Stein metz, J. L. 
Stevenson, C. Wv 
Stewart, J. G. - 
Stiles, F. M. 
Straw, A. \V. 
Strohm, W. M. 
Sullivan, W. B. 
Sunday, J. H. 
Tanevhill, C. W. 
Thomas, C. N. 
Torbert, J. 
Tosier, F. A. 
Trout, J. R. 
Twitmyer, J. 
Ulman, II. 
Wagner, W. S. 
Waltz, M. 
Weaver, T. I. 



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WlUiamsport, 



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Cambra. 
AberdeeiLj Md, 
AUeniovm. 
Berlin^ N. J. 
WUliams^)ort. 



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Pottsville. 
Laporte. 



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Manor HUL 
Williar/isporL 



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Berwwk^ 

Williamspjorts 
Center Hall. 

Williamsport. 
Anvil/e. 

Duncannon. 
Williainsport, 



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Drums, 
Center HUL 
Uniontown. 
Pme Grove Mills, 
Br y any Ohio, 
Williamsport, 



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Caledonia. 
Ifilliamsjjort, 
Zio7i Center. 
Williamsport, 
Bellefonte, 
Cogan Station, 
Slatington, 



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NAMES. 



Weaver, T. M, 
Weigel, E. 
Wenrick, A. 
White, G. 
Williams, J. M. 
Wilson, J. F, 
Winegardner, A, F, 
Winslow, R. S. 
Wolfe, F. B. - 
Woodward, C. 
Wooters, C. R. 
Wright, E. 
Yocum, E. H. 
Young, A. 
Zimmerman, C, F. 



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kksit)i:n('p:s. 



Belief ate. 
ArmdrorKj. 
Sinking Spring. 
Willimnsport, 
Slatington, 
Still Fond, Md, 
William import. 



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Williamsport. 
NorthitmberlmuL 
Williamsport, 



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Upon completing tlie following Courso, tlie student will be entitled to the 
Decree of Bachelor of Arts. 'Vv> those who omit the Lanf<uages, a Scientific 
Diploma will be given. Tbose not wishing to complete the Course, can pursue 
such"studies as they desire, su)\ject to the action of the Faculty. 

p R r: P A R A T (> R Y . 

FIRST (^LASS. 
Spelling and Defining . , . 

Geography, _ - - . 

Arithmatic— Mental, - - - - 

" Written, 

English Grammar, - - - - 

First Lessons in English Composition, 
General History, - - - • 

SE(t)NI) C^LASS. 
Reading, _ - - - - 

Geography and Map Drawing, 
English Grammar, - - - - 

History of the United States, 
Etymology, 

Arithmetic, . - . - 

Composition and Declamation. 



Sander's Series, 

- Mitchell, 

Brooks. 

- Robinson. 

Clark. 

Quakenbos. 

Goodrich. 



- Parker and Watson. 

Mitchell. 

CUark. 

(Joodricli or Ciuakenbos. 

Lynd. 
Test Exami)les, R()))inson. 



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CI.ASSICAI. ANI3 SCIKNTIFIC. 

FIRST YEARr-FIRvST TERM. 
English Grammar, ..-.-• 

Modern History, -.---- 

Algebra, ...--•. 

Latin Grammar, ...... 

SECOND tp:rm. 

Advanced Composition and Rhetoric, - • - 

Modern History— continued, . _ . - 

Algebra, __>•--. 

Latin Grammar and Reader, - . . - 

German Grammar, .-.-.- 
Classical Antiquities, ..---- 



Clark. 

Willson. 

Tjoomis. 

Harkness. 

Quakenbos. 
Willson. 

Loom is. 
• Harkness. 

Hadley. 



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TiUllh TKUM. 
AdvaiK-ed Composition and Klu'torir, _ . . 

Physical Geojjcruphy. - - - - 

Piiysiol(j<jjy, ---..., 

Algebra, --,-... 

liatin— Cjt'sar, --.-.• 

Greek Graniniar, - - . . . 

DUKiNG THE Ykau— Orthography, Heading, (.'oniposition, Declamation, 
and Vocal Music. 



Qnakeribos. 

- Mitchell. 

Hitclico(rk. 

liOomis. 

Hadley. 



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SECOND VKAK-J;'11{S'J" Tl^KM. 
Ancient History and (tcograpliy, 
Hibli(tal Ant icpnties. - - _ . 

Astronomy, -•---_ 
Zoology, - • - . . 

(ieometry, ---.-. 

Latin — Ca.vsar or Cornelius Nepos. 

Gr(H'k — Anabasis. - - - . . 

Latin and Greek Prose Composition, 

SKCONi) rKKM. 
Ancient History and (ieograpliy. 
Natural Philos<^phy, - - - . 

Mental l*hilosopliy , - - - - . 

(Jeometrv, - - . _ - 

liatin— l)e Scn.M-tute or ( )vid, - - 

(ireelv — Anabasis; (iicck Tesiament, 
Latin Jind Cireelv Prosr Composition, 

I'lliUl) TKKM. 
Rhetoric, - - - - . 

Philoso])liy of History and Chronologs, 

Constitution ol Cnitcd States, 

M(Mital Philosoj)hy, - - • . . 

Natural Pliilosophy, - - - . 

Latin— Virgil or Sallusi, 

Greek— Memorabilia and Odysse.N. - 

Latin and (ireck Prose ( '(unposil joii. - - - . 

DiJiJNGTJiK Veak— (V)mposition, Ih'clamation and Vocal Music. 



Willson. 

Nevin. 

Maltison's Burritt. 

Agasiz. 

Loomis. 

Owe^n. 
Arnold. 

Willson. 
Peck's Ganot. 

FiOomis. 

Owen. 
Arnold. 



Willson. 
Sheppard. 

Peck's Ganot. 

Owen. 
Arnold. 



Tin HI) VKAK-FIKST TKKM, 
Moral l*i»ilosoi)hy, -----. 
Kvidences ot" Christianity, - - • - 

Chemistry, ----.. 

Botany, ---... 

^Trigonometry, (Plain antl Sphericil,) MenHunition, Leveling, 

Surv(\ying, and Navigation, ... 

liatin — (jicero's Orations, - _ . . . 

Greek— Select Orations ot Demosthenes and Iliad, 

SECOND TKKM. 
Political Kc<jnomy, - - . - . 



Way land. 

Paley. 
Youinuns. 

Gray. 

liOomis. 



Way land. 



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W 1 L L I A M S P icr I> I C K 1 N SON S P IVf 1 N A II Y. 



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Lo'j-ic, 

■ • 1 ^ ^ •^ »^ w^ 

( f<M >]()<_ y, --____ 

■^=Analyt ic.'il V MM).'nclry, - . . ^ 

^Mechanical Philosophy, - - . 

Jiatin— D(> Othciis and Livy, ~ - - .. 

(J reek - - ... ^ 

(Kdipus I'yrannvis of Sophochs . ^ > 

^i JinU> TKKM. 

Buth'r's .AfiaN)L>,\ , ■• - . . ^ 

Ci)omis}.-y, - - - * ^ 

< J.'(j}r.^\- ,,.()iitinue<l.,) - - > » 

'Culriih.is, Dil]( r<><itia] and l2it( gral, - . . 

^Practi' al .\slroi!omy, - - ^ . 

Psi' oJ' the < ;io5)cs, - - . . . 

Lm'Ii. -Horace and Tacitus 

( Ji-iM k- pM)?);elheus of .l':seliN-l'UN. - - - , 

DiFUNc TiiK Y.i\V]:--(\>mp(;f;it ion, Declamation and I-'.Ioent i,,i) 

MOI3 1 :iiN i .AN( ; I A< ; j :s. 

(rPllMAN COIHISL. 



< <>p{)ee. 

Hilclic\)(d\ . 

Loomis, 

Snt'lL's Ol instead. 



?Omor\' <y. ( 'rooks, 

^"oumans. 

TIitc]icocl\. 

Lo;;':; is. 

Loomis. 

JCeith. 



( J ra 1 n ? ri a r , 

RcadfM-, 

Wilhelm Tell, 

Yungti-au Von (>''leaiiN 

Iphiiit ni,- Anf 'J^tin-js 

Faust 

Diet iorea ry, 

(irammar, 

( 'ollo(iuial H<'ader. 

Paul (} X'irginia, 

< Massic Header, 

C(>riiin<% 

L' A l]ema'j:n(\ 

L(>s .Miseral)les, 

1 )i<M i<)!)a?-\\ 



r'HHNCH C(d;JiSE. 



M^'oodbnr.v 
vi 

vSchillei- 

(iO'th(v 
ii 

Pas(|urH(\ 
** 

St. Pierre, 

De Pi va.s. 

Mme De Stael. 
(i 

'v'iet '>r Hugo. 
Sun^nne. 



OKNAMl.NTAI. J^UAX( 1 I 1 :s 

DuAwiNc; AND Paixtim;.— This department n^vives 11:.. ,1 atLinion 
Superior laeil it ies are furnished, under a <-ompetent luMiuehr ^.^clusively 
devot.Ml i,>(hisde]>artment, for Die studv and pra<*t ice of Linear and Pe,'- 

.spectiv(M)rawing, Pastel and M<uiochromat ic Painting, l>aint ing in oil arid 
in Wat(M' (^)lors. ' 

Mcsic. -Music nMH'ives sj^echal attention. 

The Ladies an' allowed to sid^stitute these branch(^s, logcile.M- vVJHi Germnu 

and French, for sonuM)f the higher studi(>s in Mat he7n.-d i<-s nnd for DaMireek 
Language. 



* For those studies marked with a * otliers may be substituted Thus tl 
Course nuiy be accommodated to thi^ wants of Ladies and (Mutlemen 



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WILLIAM SPORT DI C K I N H O N SEMINAllY. 



I'lHM'liissrs in Mensuration, Leveling- una Sur\('.vin<j:, nvp pi-AciU-n] in lh<' 
use of the Quadrant and other instrunK^nts, and in Plottin"- 

In tlie department of Aneient Lan^uiaj^es, tlie classes are rwaetieed in oral 
and written exercisers in Latin and Greek, throu^diout tlie (bourse; and, in 
tlu? tliird year, in writing? tninslations from Latin into'Gnu^k, and from 
Greek into Latin. In addition to the books above named, Ziimpt's Latin 
Grammar and Kuhnor's Greek Grammar are «s(hL 

Anthon's tnassical Dictionary, Smith's Dictionary of Greeli and Roman 
iJiography and Mythology, Kanvshorn's Liitin Synonyms, Robinson's Lcrxicon 
of the Now TestanKMit, mid Forbig(4''s Aneient (ieogrnphy, are recommend^Ml 
as ])Ooks of ie(er(^nce, 
— ixH-tures will be given from 1 inv<^ to time in tlie various de])artments. 

The classes in tlur First Year of Academic studies liave ex(rreis(^s in reading 
and analyzing Milton, Thonjps.>n, and other poets, in connection with a 
course^ of familiar lectures on the i)rinciples of I^nglish (wrammar, 

A Normal (;i.ass will Ix^ formed, ( wlien required,) and special attention 
will be given to those wlio may wish to prei)are themselves for tlie important 
4 duties of teaching. 

A Biblical Glass will also Ix' formed for the iKuu^Ut, of such. ;(,s liave the 
Ministry in view. 



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WILLIAMS V () R T 1 ) I C K 1 X S O N S E Zvl I N A R Y 



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WiLLiAMsroRT IS oiic of the most bezant iful and healthy places in the State. 
It has never bei^n su))ject to epidi'mi{%s of any kind. Many coming to the 
Sehool sickly, have returned fully restonMl. The location is central and 
accessible from all quarters. Rail Roads bring us within a few hours ride of 
lOlmira, Lock ILiven, Krie, Danville, Pottsville, II;irrisburg, IIolHdaysburg, 
rhila<lelphia, Baltimore and Ncnv York. No more desirable position for a 
Seminary of I^earning can be found. 

OEdANIZATION. 

The school is organized on the most approved plan of the best institutions 
of New York and New England. It embraces both sexes, under the same 
governm(»iit and instruction. The Pn^sident and the other members of tlie 
Faculty occupy aparlnn^nts in the l)uilding, eat at the same table, and have a 
constant oversight of all the Students. 

The Ladles' iirivate and puljlic rooms ar(^ entirely sei)arate from the others, 
and there is no association of the s(^xes but in the presence of their instruc- 
tors. Thr Ladies and Gcntlcnicn have les^s freedom of intereoiirse here than (\t, 
home. 

The happy intlueiice, miituallif exerted, in their slight association i]i the 
recitation-i'oom, at the table, and in the i)ublic exercises of the Ghapel, is to 
be seen in the cult ivat ion of a cheerful and animated disposition, — in tlui 
formation of good habits and manners, — in ardent devotion to study, — and 
in the attainment of high moral character. 1'hese with many other valuable 
results, have established the fact, that the best plan lor a school is, according 
to the evident design of Providence in the constitution of soci(>ty, on \\^o 
basis of a well regulated Christian family. 

A C C O M MO I) AT I () N S . 

The ])uildings will accommodate' (two in a room) over two hundred stu- 
dents. They are of brick, heatcnl by furnaces in the cellar, and supplied with 
water. The rooms an^ large jind well ventilated. In the entire arrangement 
of the buildings great care has been had for the comfort and health of the 
occupants. TIk^ grounds contain about live acres, afibrding sufficient room 
for exercise and play. 

BOARDING, ETC. 

By the following list of prices it will be seen that onr total charges are quite 
as low as those of any institution of like grade in this State ; not excepting 



1>0 



AV 1 I/L 1 A M S V O 11 T 1 ) 1 (' K I X S O N S E M 1 X A R Y. 



tlu)st> schools in which chca]) s( hoi:ir.shi[)s l.a\»' Ixmmi sold. \\'(' (h'sirc to 
place (he cos! ol'cducation lo the lowest point i)ossil)l(', and tluis aHbrd to tiic 
masses soun<l, intellectual, and moral erdture. i'oard, includim^ washiiii; i iO 
j)iec<'s,) !(>om and fuel, is <.\.^0 per weeJc. 

(JALENDAU AND I'.XrENSKS. 

TlieSeminaiy "S'ear is divided into tliioe une(iual terms. ruj)i!s ai'e re- 
ceived at any t inie. Deduction for al)S(>nce is made on recon;m(>ndatiou of 
the Faculty to tlie Treasurer. lUlls ]);)yalde in advHn<-('. 

(:o.-\iMi:Ne!:s. KNns. 



Fall Tku.m, 
Win i'i;h 'I'i-.hm, - 
SrMM!:u Tkioi, - 



Auuust 27, lS[h> 



.Ian, 



is«;!). 



Apl-il, ], is:;;). 



I 



'.oai'd, Washing',, l-'uel <.V: furnished llooms, 



I)eceml)er Kl — K; wt^'k-. 
Mai-cli Ml-- 12 

June '2:i—\'2 

im:r W(:kk. pkr ^ j:ailof Id w i;:-ji:s. 

^■■5.Ni> ^l.'>2.0(). 






■J 

4i 



Tri rioN. 

'* l*rei)aratory T>e])arlm(>nl, 

** Scientitic 

" " Fecturi^s 

" Classical, 

I neidental ( 'har^cs, heal iu'j; and cleaninji; pn]»- 
lic rooms, halls, iVc. 

Total charj^-e in l'reparal<;ry i»epartmcnt, \)ry year, 
" " Sclent ilic " 

** " (Massical " 



VFAi rWr^LVK WKJJvS. 

6o 00 
() 00 
7 00 
1 00 

S iji) 



1 00 



-17:) :;.; 

17N 0() 
1S2 00 



Mrsrc, Drawing, i?aintinjA, and Mo.lcrn Fan-ua-. ,v, an<] Wax 1^'ruit, extra 
as follows ; 



^^:? r><) 

■J. ..) 
.". ii*) 

."> e-a 

- - -: ii) 

12 'H 
12 01) 

peid - !.:• a!---'ic 



< ietin-i n and f f'i'nci i. ■ i. i i 
1 >ra\\ i ML', 

.\I< »noclire,nial M s ,•< lei Fa^^I-'l Faint inj.^, ca-h 
Fa i n t i I i-v in \\ a t er ( '( .i< 'i's, 

< )i! F;i ; ni in-. 

i'iar.n ^hls;c. ! \v i : li li.-eci i n -i n i nn 'ii i i. ir piaei ic«%) 
M>l'>^:.M.ii, " ... 

\'(.cal " - . . 

St lldi II ! '■ rclil;i ; '; ; M:: N - . ; ; la i; ;, '! 
\\ » ■■■ '\i I'i )l' 1 I.' Kl 1-: i. ,.^ •, \> , de ! II ; ■ , ] i 
i ia<-! ( <i ^!<-i\ m ^. 

Wash Fowl- ;Mid Fiirii,r> run,:- i)cd ;.; .-ost, and !ak. n hack ai ^am.' ja ice, 
i r uii i II jnred. Tiie >a iie -nih' !• a* Foor Ke\s. 

Five (iollaiv: mils! he lel( oii < I . .j m ) . i i , , ,n e i 1 1 . ■;i n - , F . c()V(a- dama<_,M s Faat the 
student mas- do. to i-oom or ol her pK^iu'i'tx . 'i hi- will he i\-tu riled, when th • 
sliide?n lea\-es. in casi' In- lias doia- ic) injurx (o room or pi-oj)cr(\ 

VACA'i IONS. 

Th( re are t wo vaca' ions. ( nc ,.i l ii.-.-c w eeks ad the close of t.he I'^aH Term 
F> inidiide 1 hr holidays ; a not laa' o! 1( n v»ecks at the r-los,. ,,f the School V.'a.i' 



■ •;<-ept ;ii (•;•-.(■■; of pi i, 



WILLIA MSPOllT DICKIKSON SEMINA R Y. 



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TERMS OF ADMISSION. 



J. Tlie Student must bo 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 Ilecitations. 

3. Must take at least four studies, unless excused by the Faculty. 

4. Minors must deposite with the President all spending money, to be re- 
turned in such amounts as he may think best. 

5. Must agree to comply with all the Rules and Regulations of the School. 
N. B.— Each Student will be considered a member of the Institution, until 

due notice shall have been given of intention to leaves i^nd permission ob- 
tained of the Pr<^\sident. 

ROOMS AND CLOTHING. 

The rooms are furnished with all heavy articles, but the Students must 
bring their own sheets (for double bei^ls,) pillows, pillow ciises, blankets, 
counterpanes and towels, and find their own brooms, mirrors, coal oil and 
lamps. Bed clothes, pillows and pillow cases will be furnished, if desired, at 
30 cents per week extra. Those who prefer us to do so will please inform' us 
in advance. 

Students should be supplied with warm, durable clothing, heavy boots and 
shoes, an umbrella, and a pair of slippers to be worn while in the building. 
All articles of clothing should be carefully marked with the full 7iame, 

APPARATUS. 

The Seminary is furnished with a cx)llection of apparatus, together with 
full sets of Globes, Maps and Charts, and a Cabinet of Minerals, thus afford- 
ing facility for illustration and experiment, 

DISCIPLINE. 

The discipline is mild, but firm and impartial. While every encourage- 
ment will l)e given to the orderly and studious, and due allowance be made 
for youthful indiscretions, yet the lawless and refractory cannot long remain 
among us. 

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 

Every Student is re<iuired to attend religious services at the opening and 
close of school, each day, as well as public worship, morning and ev(>ning, 
ev(;ry Sabbath, at such place as panmts or guardians may designate, 

N. B.-FAich student must be supplied with a Bible, to be read trilhout note 
or sectarian comment, in the morning and evening servicuNs of the chapel. The 
whole school read in concert. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

Besides tin- regular W(;ekly ex(^rcises in Composition and Declamation, 
tliere are four flourishing Literary Societies in the Institution; tlie "Belles 
I.<'ttres," "Uamma Epsilon," "Tripartite Union," and '' Young American," 
each of which prepanvs and reads to theschool a paper once a month. About 
17()() volumes are in the Societies' IJbrari(\s, 

MERIT AND DEMERIT. 

A strict weekly record is kept of all the excircises of the school, from which 
record the students will be graded. 

A record of demerits is also kept. Tardiness, unexcused absences from n- 
quired exercises, and all disorderly conduct will subject the student to demo- 



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WILT.IAMSPOIIT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



rit rrmrks. Ten such m^irks bring a private reproof before febe Fatnilty; 
Twenty, a public reprimand before lite whok^ »ch<x>i; and Tbirty may send 
tbe offemier away. Sessional reports are sent to- pitrents wben recjiiestecL 

A WORD TO PARENTS, 

1* Ji^^Try to have yoirr chilcJrenf here on first day of the term, bwtnvt before^ 
as we will not be readfy to receive them. The classes are on the second day 
formed and it will be better for all concerned that the stifdenft. start regularly 
with his class. 

2. If possible, do rrot call them away during the session. Absence, if only 
for a few days, disarranges the class, and is generally the l>eginning of trregu- 
larity on the jrart of the sctiolar. 

3. Do not allow your children to leave the school before th<j examinations, 
unless it cannot be avaided. Beriou^ inconvenience, to all concerned, often 
arij>x^s from a neglect of this caution. 

4. Supply fliem very sparingly \s''\\.\\ sin'nding money. I^arenls cririTuft be 
too cautious on this podnt. 

5. Select for your child onc^ of the InstructorK, as a Patrcm, to distribute 
Ills funds. In this way a mor(^ judicious use of your ujoney will Ik* made, 
and your child be kept from many temptations. 

N. B. — These two last suggestions are to be reganl«Hl as establislM>d rules of 
the school, 
i^it^ Students not boarding in the Institution, must o^>serve tlte following 

additional rules : 
1. Atteind P^vening Prayers. 

2y Must attend all the Seminary Kxercises punctually, 
3^ Must spend the intervals between recitations in the Study Hall. 
4. Must account for all absi^nce by written excuse without delay, time and 
number of recitations being specified. 
.%. Must not visit X\\^ rooms of the boarders without permission. 



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V 



WILLIAMS PORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



23 



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1. During the hours of studv, the students shall not be unnecessarilv ab- 

r 
sent from their rooms. 

2. At the time appointed to attend prayers, recitation, lecture, or other 
exercise, each student shall repair quietly and promptly to the place designated. 

.'^. At no time shall any student loiter in the halls, or about the doors, or 
indulge in jumping, wrestling, loud talking, whistling, or any other unne- 
cessary noise, or soil the building with tobacco. 

4. The students shall not be absent from their rooms at night after the 
liour of study indicated by the ringing of the bell, nor shall they attend par- 
ties or mixed assemblies, w^ithout permission from the President; nor shall 
they, at any time, visit taverns, eating houses, or other places of public re« 
sort, or on any occasion indulge in the use of intoxicating liquors. 

5. All profane and indecent language, playing at games of chance, injur- 
ing the property of the Institution or of the citizens, (luarrelling, fighting, or 
the carrying of fire-arms or other dangerous weapons, is strictly forbidden. 

(). No student shall leave the limits of the town for a longer time than one 
hour without permission from the President. 

7. P^ach student will be held strictly accountable for any damage he or she 
may cause to the Seminary property. Damages by unknown parties may be 
assessed on the school. 

K. The Tearliers must, at all times, hMv<' access to the students' rooms, and 
if it be judged necessary, the rooms will ))e cleansed at the expense of the 
rx'cu pants. 

\>, ('leanlin<^ss of person and of apparel, and a g(mtlemanly and lady-like 
dej)()rtment must be observed l)y all. 

10. No water, dirt or other material, shall be tlirown from any window in 
the buildings, or down the hot-air fines, or into the halls aft^'r they have 
been chained. 

11. Students 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 kitchen, dining-room or any other 
room, except their own, without permission. 



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14. The Sabbath must be strictly observed by nil. 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 dny, at such places 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 te leave the Seminary grounds, 
at any time, without permission ; and the gentlemen will })e restricted at 
the discretion of the P\aculty. 

17. No student shall change his or her room, or boarding place without 
sp(K*ial permission from the President. 

18. No student will be permitted to leave the school, during the session 
without an express request fi^m the parent or guardian, made to the Pn-si^ 
dent, and with the consent of the Faculty. 

19. Any student who, without just cause, shall fail to attend the examina- 
tions, will be considered as under censure. 

20. Permission to be absent from any exercise must be obtained, if possil)le, 
before the absence occur. 

21. No student will be permitted to leave any class without the consent of 
the Faculty. 

22. The Ladies and Gentlemen must not visit each others' apartments 
walk or ride together, without permission; nor converse together from the 
windows. 

28. Students from the neighborhood will not be permitted to visit honu» at 
such times as will interfere with the regular exercises of the school. 

21. Any oJlending student may hv. punished, according to the nature of 
the otfence, by private or pul)lic r(i)roof, suspension, dismission or rxpulsion. 
2-). Students dismissed or expelled, must leave tlie premises at once. 

2(5. None but students can attend tin. Society meetings, unless by express 
permission of the Faculty. • * • • 

27. No special meeting of the students shall be held at anytime without 
permission of the President. 

2S. Any temporary prudential regulation for tlie governnuMit of the school 
that the Faculty may see tit to adoj)t, sliall be equally binding with these 
liv-Laws. 



NANKING HOUSE OF 




&)Id & 






PAir¥, 



Dealers in 





REVENUE STAMPS, 

And all kinds of 

aOV£HSm£«T BONOS. 

England, Ireland, France, Scotland, Germany, and 
California, at lowest rates. 

Office open on Wednesday and Saturday evening 
from 7 to 8 o'clock. 



4. A« Wl 












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Dkaler Tn 



%mm &o<itl$ ^ llQ!t(in$, 



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DRir G-OODS, 

. QDIIISWA 

STONEWARE, FISH, SALT, 

&C., & O. 

Iffo. 17 IVest Third 





(NEXT DOOH TO FIRST NATIONAL BANK,) 

WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



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IlYIPORTAIffT ! 






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NO. 16, NORTH WEST CORNER MARKET SQUARE, 

— - — ♦ . _ 

n; T?^ ^IJ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^E ROOM connected with the 
Oity Music Store is one of the finest in the State. Purchasers will 
tind here an advantage over Philadelphia or New York In the 
same room can be seen Pianos from the three most celebrated mak- 
ers in this country : 

STEINWAY & SONS, New York 
CHIOKERING & SONS, Boston 

DECKER BROTHERS, New York 
» also the GOLD MEDAL PIANO 

by KNABE & CO., Baltimore. 
The room is kept by 

D. S. ANDRUS, 

Wholesale a?id Retail dealer in 






Warranted for 7 Years. The celebrated 

3MC E3 Ij O ID El CD 3Xr S 

Made by Pkikce & Co., Buflalo. Warranted lor 5 Years, ' 
by MASON & HAMLIN, and SMITH, of Boston 

ALSO, Sli' MUSIC MD MUSIC BOOKS, 



Fill© STtmiS 



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Embroidered Piano Covers, Violin Strings. &c 

PIANOS, MELODEONS AND CABINET OR(}AN&° re keot' 
to rent. The rent a,.pll,.d if the instrument is purehascd ' 

PIANOS AND ORGANS tuned an.l repairLl by U^:ing diree- 

tioiKs at the store as a})ovt'. ^ 

D. S. AIVrDRUS, 

p. O. Box, No. 41, WILLIAMSPORT, PA.