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this country : 

STEI^N'WA Y S- SOjYS, JVew YorJc, 

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TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



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OTinarj, 



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WILIJAMSPORT, LYCOMING CO., PA. 



WILLI AMSPORT, PA.: 
HUSTON & CO., PKjNTKRS 

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W J L L I A M S r O R T DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



DIRECTORS- 



Abram Updegraff, President, 

Rev. Irvin H. Torrence, Secretary, 

Rev. James, H. Brown, 

Rev. T. M. Reese, 

Rev. B. B. Hamlin, A. M. - 

Samuel Love, Esq., 

Col. Jacob Sallade, 

Hon. Eli Slifer, 

John Weisel, Esq., 



Williamsport, 
Philadelphia, 
Baltimore^ Md, 
WiUiamsportj 



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Williamsport 



VISITING COMMITTEES. 

Centf^l Pennsylvania Confei^nce. 



Rkv. K. W. Kirhy. 



Rev. B. F. Stevens. 



Philadelphia Conference. 



JvEV. ,L\ruj; DiCKi^iisoN. 



Rev. R. J. Carson. 



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ONFERENCE. 



Rev. Josi'PH France. 



Rev. J. H. C. Dosh. 



WILLIAM SPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



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Rev. THOMPSON MITCHELL, D. D., President, 

Moral Philosophy and Belles Letters. 
H. A, CURRAN, A, M., 

Ancient and German Languages. 
CHARLES J. LITTLE, A. M., 

Mathematics. 
H. C, MOYER, 

Natural Science, 
F. S. LAW, A. B,, 

Lnstrumcntal and Vocal Music, 
Miss ANNA M. THOMSON, Preceptress, 

French LMnguage. 
Miss FANNIE K ROWLAND, 

I\ii)iting and Drav^'un]. 



xMiss MAGGIE S. TAYLOR, 



Higher English. 



Prcparatorg Dcpartmoit. 



AVILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



CLASS GRADUATING, 



jIUNE 23, 1869, 



Mi.s Madge J. 8trine, H. S. Lemuel H. Beers, A. B. 

Miss Kosa O. Y.ll A. B. j.^ob S. Comp, A. B. 

Macob L. Steinmetz, A. B, 



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WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



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STTJEEI^TS, 



NAME«. 

Bailey, Addie ' 

Barret, Emma P. 

Blish, S. Adie 

Conner, Sarah E. 

Cramer, Carrie S. 

Cramer, Julia K. 

Crever, Mary H. 

Crownover, Clara C. 

Dart, Libbie 

Dodson, Jessie F. 

Dodson, Ida M. 

Edler, Fannie J. 

Edler, Mary F. 

Edwards, Fannie 

Fleschhut, Carrie C, 

Foulk, Jennie 
Friling^ Emma C. 
Gibson, Louisa M. 
Gillespie, CJara E. ^ 
Griggs, Kebecca E. 
llagenbuch, Mattie M 
Jlagenbuch, Tillie J^*. 
Hahn, Lizzie S. 
Harden, Octavia 
Harris, Bell M. 
Hoffman, Mary E. 
Holmes, Lucy C. 
Holmes, Aggie J. 
Horner, Margie 
Horner, Mary J. 




LADIES. 



RESIDENCES. 



Wllliamsport. 



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Marlon Statbui, 
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DICKINSON SEJNflNARY. 




RESIDENCES. 


Howell, Elma V. 


Ashland, 


Keith, Sophia P. 


Broad Top City, 




Kline, Maggie F.- 


Sunhury, 




Long, Lizzie 


Williarnsport, 




McDonald, Mary A. 


- Fen Yan, K Y, 




McLaughlin, Emma J. - 


New Germantoivn, 




Millar, Maggie J. 


New Yorh City, 




Millar, Fannie E. 


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Morrison, Mattie E. - 


New Germantown, 




Morrison, Virginia If. 


Williamsport, 




Mott, Frank B. 


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Lancaster, 




Neeld, Fhccbe E. 


Williamsport, 




Nowell, Annie M. 


Friendship, Md. 




Poser, Augusta. 


Williamsport, 




Pott, Annie E. 


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Rogers, Lizzie W. 


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Martln^biu'ij, W. Vo. 




Stroh, Kate - 


fSunbnry. 




Thomas, ]] ida 


WiUlamsport. 




'rro\vl)ri(l<i:t\ Marv 


Toledo, Ohio. 




Tu )hs, Kate 


LaHrcnccrille. 




lJpd(^grair, Liiey L. - 


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Uixlegratr, Saliie li. 


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W'aiiner, Emma C 


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Warner, (aili(^lnia 


Muncy. 




W'liite, Emma 


Hampton. 






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NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 



Winegardner, Saliie H. 
Winslow, Clara E. 
Wise, Susan - 
Woodward, Anna R. 
Wright, Ada M. 



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STTJnDElISrTS. 



GENTLEMEN. 



NAMES. 



Addams, J. V. R. 

Albright, G. S. - 

Alexander, J. F. 

A p pieman, P. S. 

Ashman, L. - 

Atwood, C. M. 

Bates, C. H. - 

Beers, L. H. 

Bender, H. R. 

Bennett, H. C. 

Bishop, W. B. 

Bloom, W. H. - 

Bogle, R. 

Bowman C. S. 

Brewer, W. M. 

Brvan.J. 

I>rittain, 11. J. 

Brvson, W. 

Buckalew, W. J. 

I>uck Ingham, W. R. 

Buckingham, J. ( ). 
(Caldwell, B. C. - 
Campbell, I. P. 
Campbell, R. P. - 
Carrow, J. F. 
Carver, W. A. 
Chancy, J. C. 
Cole, G. D. 
('omp, J. 8. - 
Conner, 1]. C. 



RESIDENCES. 



Reading, 
Trexlerstown, 
Milheim, 
Hagerstown, Md, 
Three Springs, 
Williamsport, 



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Orbisonia, 

Greencastle. 

Williamsport, 
Strashurg, 

Williamsport, 

Milton, 

St, Charles, III, 

Fall Brook, 

Williamsport, 

Vineland, N, J, 

Centralia, 
Bloomshiirg , 
Shamokin. 



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Pine Grove, 



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Havre de Grace, Md, 
Dunkirk, Md. 
Chicago, III, 
Markleville, 
Marion Station, Md, 



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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 




Conner, T. F. - - - - TAme Ridge, 


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Coulbourn, W. J. - - - - Burnetsville, Md, 




Coulbourn, I. H. - - - Marion Station, 




Cramer, A. - - - - - Williamsport, 




Cramer, J. W. ... - 




Crawford, M. - - - - 




Crawford, W. F. - - - 




Curtin, H. R. - - - - Roland, 




Dart, W. - - - - - Williamsport, 




Davis, W. C. - - - - Hustentown, 


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Deaver, E. E. A. - - - - West Dublin, 




Dietrick, E. P. - - - - Williamsport, 




Dietrick, F. P. - 




Dummire, W. W. .... McVeijtoivn, 




Earley, R. M. - - - - Leesburg, 




Edgar, S. W. - - - - - Espy, 




Edkin, S. H. - - - - Williamsport. 


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Edwards, W. J. - - - - Strasburg. 


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Elden, W. P. - - - - Wimamsport. 


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Elden, M. 




Ellwert, C. G. - 




Erieg, W. G. - - 




Evans, G. J. - - - - Slatington. 




Fans, T. S. Unifyvillc. 




Fox, J. C. - - . - Buckhorn. 




Fredericks, J. T. - - . . j^qcJ: Haven. 




Freeman, Pt. N. - - - - Willlam.^port. 




CJeisc. F. W 




(Hlbert, If. - - - - SiUada.-^hnrg. 




Gray, T. D. Calcdowa, 




Guldin, J. ..... Monfgomcry S('i'"i'>n. 




iragerman, T. S. - - - - ^\ illiamsport . 


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Hamlin, B. B. .... JTuntinadon. 




Hammond, W. S. - - - - Williamsburg. 




Harden, W. C. - - - - William^^port. 




Harrison, J. J. - - - . '^ 




Harslibarger, H. - - - Zion. 




Hart, F.I. ..... Wiiriamsport, 




Hartranft, U. C. - - - - Dcwart. 




Harvey, J. Don .... Williamsjiort. 







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NAMES. 

Haulm an, V. T. - 
Hays, J. K. - 
Heathcdte, F. M. 
Heim, A. W. - 
Hepburn, W. M. 
Hill, T. J. 
Hill, F. P. 
Hilliard, F. N. 
Hilliard, W. L. - 
Hobson, J. H. 
Hoffman, W. F. 
Hoffman, J. A. 
Hopewell, J. H. 
Horner, M. T. 
Howell, A. P. 
Humes, A. J. 
Humes, 1). J. 
Hunt, J. 
Hunter, F. T. 
Jones, Iv. 
King, J. E. 

Kinlev, T^. 
Koons, (t. W. 
Kramer, I. A. 
Kramer, C L. 
Lark ins, H. - 
Lewis, C. L. 
Linton, i\ A. 
Lloyd, E. L. 
Love, H. C. - 
Lovclaiid, IL I>. ' 
Lundv, W. 
^lankey, C 
]\Linsel, J. 
^lattison, E. L. 
MrCloskey, A. E. 
]\rcCloskey, M. 
McCollum, W. E. 
Mc Entire, J. C. . 
Meek, R. C. - 



RESIDENCES 



St. Thomas. 
W illiamspori . 

ShamoJcin, 

Williamsport. 
Willow Springs. 
Lime Ridge. 

Williamsport. 

Dover J Del. 
Williamsport. 

Oil City. 
Baltimore^ Md. 
ShamoJcin, 

Williamsport. 

Salem, N. J. 
Williarnsport 
Duncinyion. 
Williojnsport. 
Cogan Station. 
Loyal Sock. 
W illiamspori , 

Bar re. 

LJast Branch, N. V. 
WiUiamsuori, 

(hiter L'^ne. 
Lamar. 
Warrensvillc. 
Williamsport, 
Warrensville. 
William.'^port. 
ITeineys Run. 

Jcrseytown. 
Pleasant Gap, 
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Miller, A. C. 
Miller, W. H. H. 
Milnes, W. B. 
Montgomery, J. 
Mitchell, M. J. 
Mitchell, J. H. 
Moore, J. - ^___ 
Moore, J. M. C. 
Mowrer, L. K. 
Moyer, A. J. - 
Mumper, A. M. 
Mundy, F. - 
Mundy, R. 
Mundy, H. 
Mussina, T. S. 
Newell, J. 
Oplinger, G. T. 
Opp, J. A. 
Ort, K. B. 
Otto, J. 
Patton, Jr., J. 
Potts, W. 
Potts, L. - 
Price S. 
Reed, W. E. 
Reed, G. F. - 
Red foot, A. G. 
Reese, T. M. - 
Reese, F. P. 
Rentz, W. F. 
Richardson, M. K. 
Rickart, F. E. 
Riddle, C. S. 
Rishel, A. 
Roth rock, J. G. - 
Ruch, L. 

Runnelk, 0. A. - 
Runyan, H. M. 
Sage, W. G, 
Sayre, F. M. - 



RESIDENCES. 



Williamsport. 



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Orangeville, 

Williamsport. 






Danville. 
Crescent. 
Dillsburg. 
Williamsport. 



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Daniel sville. 
Muncy. 



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Williamsport. 

Curwinsville. 

Philadelphia. 



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Williamsport. 
Laird sville. 



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Loyal Sock. 
Wilkesbarre. 

Montgomery Station, 

Aberdeen. 

Armstrong. 

Montoursville . 

Danville. 

Williamsport. 
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Emporium. 
Laporte. 



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Sayre, A. M. 
Scliock, J. F. 
Seydell, J. A. 
Sbadle, Will T. 
Shrade, L, 
Shultz, J. 
Slate, J. W. 
Smith, C. H. 
Smith, J. 
Smith, S. 
Soloman, 11. 
Spangler, J. L. 
Spottswood, W. F. 
Stabler, E. 
Stearns, G. L. 
Stearns, C. H. 
Sterner, CI. W. - 
Striebv, J. 
Strohm, W. U. - 
Sturgis, C. A.- 
Swope, G. II. 
Thomas C. N. 
Tonner, J. W. 
Tosier, F. A. - 
Troxell, H. G. - 
Tull, J. E. - 
Twitnivor, ,7. 
Ulman, II. 
Uhium^ ir. A. 
irpdegrali; I ). S. 
Up(l(\grair, S. 
Van Iwccd, J. L. 
Walton, T. }]. 
W'aU'a, M. T. - 
\Veaver, T. M. ( '. - 
Weaver, T. 1. 
Weigel, E. 
Wliittinglon, J. II. 
Whiitinglon, W. E. 
Wilder, J. T. - 



RESIDENCES. 



Laporte. 
Manor Hill, 
Williamsport, 
Nippenose, 
WUliamsport, 

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Jjlnglcsfown, 
Williamsporf. 
Cogan Station. 
Williamsporf. 
Center HalL 
Williamsporf, 
ParJdon, Md.' 
Williamsporf. 

Bloohishurg. 
Williamsporf. 
Center HiU. 
Lewishurg, 
Fairfield, 
Williamsporf. 
Mileshurg. 
Caledonia. 
Williamsporf. 
Marion Station, Afd, 
Zion Center. 
WilHai)iiij)f)rf. 

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Ueadi)ig. 

Muncg. 

Cogein J^a/ion. 

Bellefonte. 

Slafingfon, 

. 1 rmsfrong. 

Marion Station^ ML 

J/uiden. 



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Williams, J. M. 
Williamson, A. 
Wilsoa,.C. T. 
Wilson, T. P. S. 
Winslow, R. S, 
Wise, H. 
Wise, V. ~ 
Wolfe, H. L. ^ 
Wright, E. 
Young, A. T. - 
Youngmaii, J. M, 
Zirnhelt. J. S, 



Slafingfon. 
Cogan Station. 
Havre I)c Grace. 3fd, 
Williamsporf. 



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Loyal Sock. 
Armstrong. 
Mileshurq, 

Williamsporf 






Swafara,^ 



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Upon coniph'ting the lollowing Course, the Student will be entitled to the 
Degree of bachelor of Arts. To those who omit the languages, a Scientific 
iJiploiua will be given. Those not wishing to complete the Course, can pur- 
sue such studies as lliey desire, subject to tlie action of the Faculty. 

PREPARATORY. 



FiasT CLASS. 

Spelling and J)cliiiing, - - . 

<ie()gra;^hy, - - - _ 

Arithmetic— Mental, 

" Written, 

Knglish Grammar, - - - . 

First Lessons in Fnglisli Composition. 
(General History', - - . . 



SFCOND CLASS. 



Reading, 

(Jeography and Map Drawing, 

laiglish (inimmai', 

History of the FnittHi States, 

I'^tymology, 

Arithmotir-, 

C<'nij)<)S!t i('!i and Declamation, 



Sander's Series. 

Mitchell. 

Brooks. 

Robinson. 

Clark. 

C^uakenbos. 

Goodrich. 

Parker and Watson. 

Mitchell. 

Clark. 

CJoodrich or Quakenbos. 

;Lynd. 
Test Examples, Rol)inson. 



CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC. 



FIllST Y1:aR -FIRST TERM. 



Fnglish Gram nia i' 

Modern IDstorN, 

Algebra, 

Lat i n ( Jiammar. 



SFCOND TERM. 



Adxaneed Composition and Rhetoric, 
Modern H istoi'v continued. 
Algebra, - _ . 

Greelv (irammarand Reader, 
( ireek Grammar, 
Classical Anti(iuitie>, 



Clark. 

Willson. 

Loomis. 

Hark n ess. 



Quakenbos. 

Willson. 

Loomis. 

Harkness, 

Had ley. 



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thj rd term. 

Advanced Composition and Rhetoric, 

Physical Geography, - - - . _ 

Physiology, 

Algebra, --.--- 

Latin — Csesar, ...... 

Greek Grammar, ...--- Hadley. 

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



Quakenbos. 

Mitchell. 

Hitchcock. 

Loomis. 



sp:cond year— first term. 

Ancient History and Geography, - , - 

Biblical Antiquities, - . - . 

Astronomy, - - - - - - 

Zoology, - - - - . 

Geometry, ------ 

Latin— Cijesar or Cornelius Nepos, 

Greek— Anabasis, - - - - - 

Latin and Greek Prose Composition. 

SECOND TERM. 
Ancient History and Geography, - - . 

Natural Philosophy, - - . . 

Mental Philosophy, - - - - - 

Geometry, . _ . . _ 

Latin— De Senectute or Ovid, .. . . 

Greek— Anabasis ; Greek Testament, 
Latin and Greek Prose Composition. 

THIRD TERM. 
Rhetoric, -_._.. 

Philosophy of History and Chronology, 
Constitution of United States, . - . 

Mental Philosophy, - - 

Natural Philosophy, - - - _ . 

Latin— Virgil or Sallust, - ... 

Greek— Memorabilia and Odyssey, ... 
liatin and Greek Prose Composition, 

DuRiXG TUK Year— Composition, Declamation and 



Willson. 

Nevin. 

Mattison's Burritt. 

Agasiz. 

Loomis. 

Owen. 
Arnold. 

Willson. 

Peck's Ganot. 

Upham. 

Loomis. 

Owen. 
Arnold. 

(inakenbos. 

Wills on. 

Slieppard. 

Peck's Ganot . 



Owen. 
Arnold. 



X'ocai ?ih;si(' 



THIRD YP:AR— FIRST TKIl.AL 

Moral Philosophy, ..... 

Evidences of Christianity, - - - . . 

Chemistry, ------ 

Botany, -.-.... 

^Trigonometry, (Plain and Spherical,) Mensuration, Leveling, 

Surveying and Navigation, - - _ 

Latin — Cicero's Orations, - - - . _ 

Greek — Select Orations of Demostlienes and Iliad, 

SECOND TERM. 
Political Economy, - - - _ . 

Logic, - . - 



\\'ayl;uid. 

Paley 

Youm.ans. 

- Gray. 

Loomis. 



Wayland. 
Coppee. 



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='^\nal\ tical (u'ODict r\-, - _ _ _ 

^MccluiiHcal iMiilo.sopliy, _ _ _ 

Tiatlu— Do OflU'iis iind J.iv.v, _ . . 

( Jrcck— (Ivlii^vis Tyniiiiins of Sophocles, - 

THIIID TERM. 

JUitlcr's AiialoLAV, - _ _ .. 

CheuiLslry, -_..«.. 

( ; M)Io«,^y, (continiK'd,) - _ _ » _ 

H'alcnlus, Didorontial and iiito^ral, 

■Practical Astronomy, - _ « _ . . _ 

I'sc of the (jilobes, - _ - . ^ _ 

l.at ill— Horace and Tacitus, - _ « _ 

(Jrct'k -Proin(^(]H'n< ol'.lOschyhis, _ - _ _ 

I>iiMX(; THK Vf:\k- (\<»iip .sition, Declamation and HlocuticiU. 



llitchcok. 

fj<)omis. 

Snell,s Olmstead. 



- Emory c& Crooks. 
Yoiiinans. 

Hitchcock. 
Loomis. 

- . - iiOomis. 
Keith. 



MODERN LANGUAGES. 



(rEUMAN COUllSE. 



< J rain mar. 
Reader, 
Wiliiolm Tell, 

.1 iinulrai! von < )i'Irans, 
I})hi«.i^<'iiic aut Trairis 

b\l!!St, 

1 )i'-! ionarv, 

< iramnia r, 

( 'o!l;)(|!li;i{ R<';>. l.j". 

I*aul rt X'irLTiiiiiU 

< 'lassac Kcjidt'i", 
( 'ori fi ii<', 

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- Woodbury 



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Schiller, 



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Grethe. 



Adler. 



1 iriCXCIl COERSE. 



Eas(iuello. 



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- St. Pierre. 

De Fivas. 

MmeDeStael. 

^'}ctor Hugo 
Siirenne. 



ORNAMENTAL BRANCHES. 

DivAwiNi; wi) Pain riN(;. -This department receives li^.-ral att(^ntion. 
Sii|);'rior ( e-ilil ie< are lurnislied, und(M' a compet(>nl lust riiclor, exclusively 
d(^vo!ed to iliis dcparhiieiit, for the study and pi-actice of Linear and Per- 
speelixc Drawl n.'i:, l^isLil and Monochromatic Paituin.L', Paitiiiu/^r i^ oj] ^^j-,^ 
in Water ( 'olors. 

.\D -le.-Musi'' fecisi's s))e(ial attention. 

The Padies ar(^ alIo\ve(| to substitute thes(> l)raTieh.\s, to;:;(!ther witli ( Jerman 
and Freneii, for some of the iiij^dier studies in Mat li»Mnatics,and lor theCJreek 
Lan^aiage» 



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' l^)r (]r,S(^ studies marked witli a - oDhm's may he su!)sl if ntiMJ 'IMius the 
oui-se m,i., l)e aeeomodated totlie wantsot Ladies and (Jentlemen. 



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The classes in Mensuration, Leveling and Surveying, are practiced in the 
use of the (Quadrant and oilier iustrumenis, and in Plotting. 

In thedepartment of Ancient Languages, the classes are practiced 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, Zumpt's Latin 
Grammar an<i Kuhner's Greek Grammar are used. 

Anthon's Classical Dictionary, Rmith's Di(;tioliary of Greek and Roman 
Biography and Mythology, Ram«horn's Latin Synonyms, Robinson's Lexi- 
con of the New Testament, and Eorbigers Ancient Geography, are recom- 
mended as books of reference. 

Lectures will be given from time to time in tlie various departments. 

The classes in the First Year of Academic studies have ex(;reises in reading 
and analyzing Milton, Thompson, and other ])oets, in connection with a 
course of familiar lectures on the principles of English Grammar. 

A Normal Class will be formed, (when re(]uired,) and special attention 
will be given to tliose who may wish to prepare themselves for tlie important 
duties of teaching. 

A Biblical Class will also be formed foi- tlie benefit of sueli as liave tlie 
Minestry in view. 



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WiLT.rAMsi'ORT is' one of the most beautiful and healthy places in the State. 
It has never been subject to epidemics of any kind. Many coming to the 
.Scliool siclily, have returned fully restored. The location is central and 
m^cessible from all quarters. Rail Roads bring us Within a few hours' ride of 
Kloaira, Lock Haven, Erie, Danville, Fottsville, Harrisburg, Hollidaysburg, 
Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York. No more desirable position for a 
Seminary of Ix^arning can be found. 

ORGANIZATION. 

The Mi'liool is organized on the most approved plan of the best institutions 
of New York and New England. It embraces both sexes, under the same 
government and instruction. The President and the other members of the 
l^^iculty occupy apartments in the building, eat at the same table, and have a 
constant oversight of all the Students. 

Tlje Ladies' private and public rooms are entirely separate from the others, 
and tliere is no association of the sexes but in the presence of their instruc-' 
tors. The Ladies and Gentlemen have less freedom \of intercourse here than cU 
home. 

The liappy influence, mutuaUy exerted, in their slight association in the reci- 
1 It ion-room, at the table, and in tlie public exercises of the Chapel,is to be seen 
in the eultivatiim of a cheerful and animated disposition,— in the formation 
(>r good habits and manncn's,— in ardent devotion to study,— and in the at- 
tainment of high moral character. These with many other valuable results, 
have established the fact, tliat the best plan for a school is, according to the 
evident design of Providence in the constitution of society, on the^basis of 
a well regulated Christian family. 

ACCOMMODATIONS. 

The buildings will accommodate (two in a room) over two hundred stu- 
dents. They are of brick, heated by furnaces in the cellar, and supplied with 
water. 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 grouuds contain about live acres, airording suffl-ient room 
tor <.>xercise and i)lay. il 

BOARDING, ETC. 

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 this State; not exceptin*^ 



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those schools in which cheap scholarships have been sold. We desire to plate 
the cost of education to the lowest point possible, and thus afford to the 
masses, sound intellectual, and moral culture. Board, ivicluding washing (10 
pleces\ room and fUel, is S3.80 per week. 

CALENDER AND EXPENSES. 

Tlie Seminary Year is divided Into three unequal terms. Pupils are received 
at any time. Deduction for absence is made on recommendation of the Fac- 
ulty to the Treasurer. Bills payable in advance. 

COMMENCES. ENDS. 

FALL Term, . - - Aug. 28, 186U December I M6 weeks. 

Winter Term, - - Jan. 6,1870. March 30-12 " 

Summer Term, - . Mar. 31,1870. June 22-12 



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PER WEEK, PER YEAR OF 40 WEEKS. 

Board, Washing, Fuel and furnished Rooms, ^,80 $152,00 



Tuition. 

** Preparatory Department, 



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PER^TWELVE WEEKS. 

$5 00 
6 00 
700 
1 00 
8 00 



Scientiflc 

** Lectures, 
Classical " - _ 

Incidental Charges, heating and cleaning public 

rooms, halls, <fcc., .... ^ qq 

Total chaise in Preparatory Department, per year, 

Scientific » »' ^ , 

Classical «« ** . , 

Music, Drawing, Painting, and Modern Languages, and Wax Fruit extrr 
as follows : ' ' 



S175 3:^ 

178 66 
182 00 



PER TERM, 

m 60 

4 00 

5 00 
5 00 
8 00 

12 00 

12 00 

1 00 



German and French, each - • ^ ^ 

Drawing, - - - . . ^ . 

Monochromatics and Pastel Painting, each 
Painting in Water Colors, - - . , . 

Oil Painting, ---.... 

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

Melodeou, " 

Vocal " • . . 

• • • 

Students remaining less than a Term will be charged at the r^te of $3.95 per 
week for board, <fec. No deduction made for absence except in cases of pro- 
tracted sickness. 

Wash Bowls and Pitchers furnished at cost and taken back at same price, 
If uninjured. The same rule for Door Keys. 

Five dollars must be left on deposit, on entering, to cover damages that the 
student may do, to room or other property. This will be returned, when the 
student leaves, in case he has done no injury to room or property. 

VACATIONS. 

There are two vacations. One of three weeks at the clcse of the Fall Term, 
to include the holidays ; anotlier of nine weeks at the close of the School Year! 

TERMS OF ADMISSION. 

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



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

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

4. Minors must deposit 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 leave, an^ permission ob 
tained of the President. 

KOOMS AND CLOTHING. 



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The rooms are furnished with all heavy articles, but the Students must 
bring their own sheets (for double beds,) pillows, pillow cases, 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 clothinj should be carefully marked with the full name. 

APPARATUS. 

The Seminary is furnished with a collection of apparatus, together w^ith 
full sets of Globes, Maps and Charts, and a Cabinet of Minerals, thus aftbrd- 
ing facility for illustration and experiment. 

DISCIPLINE. 

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

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 

Every student is required to attend religious services at the opening and 
close of school, each dny, as well as public worship, morning and evening, 
every Sabbath, at such place as parents or guardians may designate. 

N. B.— Each Student must be supi)lied with a Bible, to be read without note 
or Sectarian comment, in the morning and evening services of the Chapel. The 
whole school read in concert. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

Besides the regular weekly exercises in Composition and Declamation, 
there are three nourishing Literary Societies in the Instit^ition ; the "Belles 
Lettres, " "(iainma I^psilon,' and "Tripartite Union," each of which pre- 
pares and reads to the sclux)! a paper once a month. About 1,7(H) volumes 
are in the Societies' Libraries. 

MERIT AND DEMERIT. 

A strict weekly record is kept of all the exercises of the school, from which 
record the Students will begradtvl. 

A HH'ord of demerits is also kept. Tardiness, unexcused absences trom re- 
(inired exercises, and all disorderly conduct will subject the student to deme- 
rit marks. Ten such marks luring a jirivate reproof before the Faculty; 
Twenty, a public reprimand before the whole school; and Thirty may send 
the ofiender away. Sessional reports are sent to parents when requested. 



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A WORD TO PARENTS. 

1. 4f^ Try to have your children here on the first day of the term, but not be- 
fore^ as we will not be ready to receive them. The classes are on the second 
day formed and it will be better for all concerned that the student start reg- 
ularly with his class, 

2. If possible do not call them away during the session. Absence, if only 
for a few days, disarranges the class, and is gt nerally the beginning of irregu- 
larity on the part of the scholar, 

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

4. Supply them ver^j sparingly wdth spending money. Parents cannot be 
too cautious on this point. 

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

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

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

1. Attend Evening Prayers. 

2. Must attend all the Seminary Exercises punctually. 

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

4. Must account for all absence by w^ritten excuse without delay, time jind 
number of recitations being specified. 

o. Must not visit the rooms of boarders w ithout permission. 






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1. During the hours of study, the students shall not be unnecessarily absent 
ft'oni their rooms. 

2. At the time appointed to attend prayers, recitation, lecture, or other ex- 
ercise, each student shall repair qnietly and promptly to the place designated. 

3. 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 unneces- 
sary noise, or soil the building with tobacco. 

4. Tlie 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 attend par- 
ties or mixed assemblies, without 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, injuring 
the property of the Institution or of citizens, quarrelling, fighting, the car- 
rying of fire-arms or other dangerous weapons, are, strictly forbidden. 

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

7. Each 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. 

8. The Teachers must, at all times, have access to the students' rooms, and 
if it be judged necessary, the rcc ms will be cleaned at the expense of the 
occupants. 

!). (^eanllness of person and of ai i arel, and a gentlemanly and lady-like 
de])ortnu lit must be observed by all. 

10. No water, dirt or other material, shall be thrown frcm any window in 
tlie buildings, or down the hot-air tlies, or in the halls alter they have been 

cleaned. 

11. Students must have their rcc ms swept and in order, and their lights 
extinguished, at the established hours. 

12. No student will l)e allowed to go a bathing, skating, fishing, gunning 
or riding, without permission. 

l.'J. The students must not visit the kitchen, diniig-rccm or any other 
roo m, ( ji ( ( J t 11 ( ji ( A 1 . v ill < I 1 ] < h t > ii . 



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14. The Sabbath must be strictly observed by all. No walking about, visit- 
ing, or receiving of visits, will be allowed. All must attend public worship 
twice during the day, 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 to leave the Seminary grounds, at 
any time, without permission ; and the gentlemen will be restricted at the 
discretion of the Faculty. 

17. No student shall change his or her room, or boarding place, without 
special permission from the President. 

18. No student will be permitted to leave the school, during the session , 
without an express request from the parent or guardian, made to the Presi- 
dent, and with the consent of the Faculty. -^ -■ — 

19. Any student who, without just cause, shall fc^il to attend the examina- 
tions, will be considered asunder censure. 

20. Permission to be absent from any exer^-ise must be obtained, if possible, 
before the absence occurs. 

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

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

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

24. Any otfending student may be punished, according to the nature of the 
(jffence, by private or public reproof, suspension, dismission or expulsion. 

2-5. Students dismissed or expelled, must leave the premises at once. 
20. None but student scan attend the Society meetings, unless by express 
permission of the Faculty. 

27. No special meeting of the students shall be held at any time, witho ut 
permission of the President. 

28. Any temporary prudential regulation for the government of the school 
that the Faculty may see fit to adopt, shall bo equH,lly binding with these 
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CLOTHS, CASSIMERES & VESTINGS, 

KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 
JSTo. 30 East Fourth Street, Williamsport. Pa. 



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SHANBACHER & UERRIi^O, 

AND DEALERS IN 

WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



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A^o. 24. E, Third St., Willicumsport , Pcv. 

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FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &c., &e. 

IRON, BELTING, SADDLERY k COACH-WARE. 



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FBGTORAIi. 

COUGH SYRUP. 

This Sijrrip gives instant relief in all affee- 
tioiis of the LUJYGS and THRO A Z such 
as COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, CROUP, 
BROA'CHITIS, HOARSEJYESS or TIGHT- 
A'^ESS of the CHEST By its action as a stim- 
ulatini^ EXFECTOR.AJYT and TOJYIC, it 
cif j'cs ]) y\SPEPSTA, it produces ajjpetite, stivv- 
n/ates the si /stem and huilds up the failing 
sirengtli while it drives from the system ajxd 
lungs the seeds of consumption. Try hut a sin- 
gle bottle. And for all aches and pains use 

Dr, Allen's Green Mountain Oil, Lightning Cure, 

I'rq.ared only hy J^.^:-^fo.J^fla;^a^lLttc/l<^^^ 

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(IS CI) cars. ('ni,ns, asthma, choia', 
j:i:n.\-cii I ri\. iKi.i L'sr.A'Ess m- ricirr- 
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cures I) )'SP FA'S LI, , I i-rudiiCLs u / !iirl il r . sliu/,- 
u/ufcs the si/steiii niiil hit/Jils nn Ihc j'ulliun 
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Dr. AIIgd's Green Mowut.iin Oil, Lii;htQiiig Cure, 

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WlLLIAMSPOF^, PeNN'A. 



D. R. JAMESON, 



DEALER IN 













J^o. 16 EAST THIRD ST., 

"yj^iCLiAMspoF^, - - Pennsylvania. 



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74 W. FOURTH STREET • 






Wholcsalo and Retail Dealers In 



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Dealer In Staple and Fancy 







No. 1 W. Third Street, Williarasport, Penn'a. 

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