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• Also, A General Banhing Business. 



^Bank open at all seasonable hours. Drafts sold and Col- 
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J. D. WALLACE, Agent, 

No. 12 West Tliird Street, (Market Square,) 




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Keeps on hand all the Text Books i'Shd in 

Wilhamsport Dickinson Seminary ; 

Also, the Largest and Finest collection of 
Standard, Miscellaneous and Professional Works, 

To 1)0 found outside, of the larjjfor citu's. 

A FULL LTjYE OF ST.rriO.YERY. 

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J. D. WALLACE, Agent, 





No. 12 West Thinl Struct, (I^Iarket Siniare,) 



I\i;i:rs o^ tta^'D at.l tiih Thxt F.ooks t-si;!) in 

VVilhamsporr Dickinson Seminary ; 

Also. iUr r.arui'si and I'incsl (m)!!^^ ion of 
Standard, Misceiianeous and Professional Works, 

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JOHN E. JONES k CO., 



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MILL SUPPLIES, 

Paints, Oils, Hardware & Cutlery, 

21 \Vc.<l T/urd >S7., (opposite Court House,) 
W11.I.IAMSPOUT, PA. 



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A. S YOI^NG, Prt's't. 



A. K. MABIL, Soc'y 



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Piano-Forte Manufacturing Co. 



Ware-Rooms, 26 Foiirtli Avenue, 



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Wmntfarfory WTLLTAWSPOBT, PA. 

JAMES Mc'DOXALD, Su])erinten(lent. 



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STATION ERY,8CH00L BOOKS 

Wall Paper, &c., 

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COM YELL, 

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FINE CLOTHING, 

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No. ST Pine .Street, 



JOHN E. JONES & CO., 



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MILL SUPPLIES, 

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21 Wed Third ^7., (opposite Court House,) 
WII.L.IAMSPORT^ PA. 



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Piano-Forte Manufacturing Co. 



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Wanufarfory WTLTTAMSPOBT, PA. 



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STATIOiNERY,SCHOOL BOOKS 

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BOOKSELLER & STATIONER 



Ar.vf I )()()r to fhc l^osf Office- 



STANDARD WORKS. 



Miscellaneous Literature. 




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Sabbath School Libraries. 



FTri'jjYcii ,v- .iMEimw.y im ti.il r.irhiHS. 



cHitll j|3apcr ;iub oclinboto Sktbcs. 



The Oldest and Largest Newspaper Agency 

in the City. 

Orders Promptly Despatched. 



A. JAMES WEISE, 



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R. C. CHASE & CO., 

JVo. 49 West Third Street, 



FINE ART EMPORIl, 



Dealers in 




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Engravings and Pictures^ of all kinds^ 

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Stereoscojje^ and Views^ Albums^ Artists^ Materials^ 
DECALCOMANIE, wax for Fruit & Flowers, GLASS SHADES 

I^{fr}((u Wdre^ JioJienn'an^ AJahrfster tC* Lffva, 



ROGEPtS^ STATE ETTES, WALL POCKETS, 

And articles of every deseriptioii in Plain and Carved Walnut. 

WiiuJajr Shades, Aletal and Mould/ n<J Coriirees, 

Curtain Buiid s a iid Loops, l^teture Cord, 

Tassels, Aui/s (uaJ Uooi^s, (S'e. 



FRAMES 



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Of all styles and vurielu's at the Lowest liates to he t'ound in this City, 
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French and German Mirror Plates, Store 

Fronts, Window and Picture Glass, 

at Wholesale & Retail. 



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STANDARD WORKS. 



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Sabbath School Libraries. 



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The Oldest and Largest Newsjianer Agency 

in the CUty. 

Orders PRoMPrEV DI'SPatched. 



A. JAMES WEISE, 



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R. C. CHASE & CO., 

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Dealers in 






Engravings and Pictures^ of all kinds, 

Htereo^cope^ and Vieivs^ Alhum^^ Artist^'' MoAeinah^ 
DECALCOMANIE, WAX for Fruit & Flowers, GLASS SHADES 

l\n*i((ii Wffrcy JioJienn'an^ AJahffsfer it* Lava, 



KOCiEIlS^ STATLETTES, WALL POCKETS. 
And articles of every deseriptiou in Plain and Carvc^l Walnut. 

live I I^ lE^ O :E6 3 , 

Window SJnidcs, .Mef((J and MOaJdimJ (^ornJccs, 

Cartain Bauds and L()()f)s, Ptetarr Cord, 

TasseLs. Adds and IIooIks, (S'c. 



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OF all Styles and varii'lics al tlu', I.owcst liak's to he lound in tliis City. 
ll^'SpcM'ial attention L!;iven to the Franiinu- of all kinds of I*ietures. 



French and German Mirror Plates, Store 

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at Wholesale & Retail. 



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T^IlililAMSPORT, PEITIT'A.. 



The PIANO FORTE Ware-Room connected with the City Music 
Store is one of the finest in the State. Purchasers will find here an 
advantage over Philadelphia or New York. In the same room can 
be seen Pianos from the three most celebrated makers in this country: 

STBINWAY k SONS, New Youk. 

CinCKKRIXG k SONS, Boston. 

A. WKIMVEU, New York. 

Also, tlic GOT.D MKDAT. PIANO, by Kx.viiE k Co., P>altimore. 



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Also, SIIKKT ^\\<\r k MISK^ r>()OKS, IMANO STOOLS, 

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rent applied if the inslninienl is purchased. 

fj"^^ I'ianos and Organs tuned and repaired ])y U^aving directions 
at t he Store as al»o\'e. 

w, ,, ;^;^,^ "^. : D. S. ANDRUS & CO. 



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Abram IIpdegraff, President, 

Rev. Irvin H. Torrence, Secretary, 

Rev. Joseph France, - . - 

Rev. T. Mitchell, I). D., 

A. A. Wineoardner, Esq., 

Samuel Love, P]sq., 

Col. Jacob Sallade, 

Hon. Eli Slifer, 

John Weisel, Esq,, - . - 



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B. L. RICHARDS, Steward and Treasurer. 



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FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &c., &c. 

IRON, BELTING, SADDLERY & COACH-W^ARE. 



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GENTS' rURNISHING GOODS, 

HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES AND TRAVELING BAGS, 
Corner Third Street and Market Square, 

. T^fJlsK \ Williamsport^ Pa. 

Cloths, Ciissimeres, Vestirgg, etc., Constantly on hand and made up in the 



Best Manner, at Low Prices. 



Boots and Sboes in Basement. 



Gent's Calf Boots Made to Order 



JOHN ROTll, 



WM. II. ROTH. 



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WALL PAPER, TOYS, ^^c. 

No, J 31 West JFouTth Street, 

WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



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Abram Updegrafp, President, 
Rev. Irvin H. Torrence, Secretary, 
Rev. Joseph Prance, 
Rev. T. Mitchell, D. D., 

A. A. WiNEGARDNER, EsQ., 

Samuel Love, Esq., 

Col. Jacob Sallade, 

Hon. Eli Slifer, ... 

John Weisel, Esq,, - - . . 



Williamsport. 
Philadelphia. 
Baltimore^ Md. 
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Centi'al Pennsylvania Conference, 

Rev. S. W. Sears Rev. J. W. Langley. 

Philadelphia Conference. 

Rev. J. F. Crouch. Rev. T. A. Fernley. 






Ii. IH'DOWEilali, 

24 E. Third Street, Williamsport, Pa. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



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FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &c., &c. 

IRON, BKLTING, SADDLERY & COAOH-WARE. 



(DIE FMCl CLOTHIIG MOUSE," 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES AND TRAVELING BAGS, 
Corner Third Street and Market Square, 

T^ IL^IsK ] Williamsport, Pa. 

Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestipgs, etc., Constantly on hand and made up in the 

Best Manner, at Low Prices. 



Boots and Shoes in Basement. 



Gent'g Calf Boots Made to Order. 



JOHN ROTII. 



\VM. n. ROTH. 



J. ROTH ^ BRO.^ 



Dealers in 





WALL PAPER, TOYS, ^c. 

No, 131 West Fourth Street, 

WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



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'5 Fine Street, WilMiMsport, Pa. 



MVJf SOX'S FLKE SHOES A.YD HAXB MADE CALF 

BOOTS, A SPECIALTY. 



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CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, &C., 

]xm^ Mm§ and lujuors foil lIcHidnal |sc, 

Bnishes, Perfumery and Toilet Articles, 

2fo. 5 Bast Third Street, 

^';SSSk.} WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



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^hysicians^ "Prescriptions jLccurately Compounded. 



HANSON, GIBSON & CO., 

^^lalwn^ilir, (fnn^Iop.^, Mali f Hj^r, 

BLANK BOOKS, PRINTING, WRAPPING AND 

MANILLA PAPERS, SUNDAY SCHOOL 

BOOKS, LIBRARIES & REQUISITES, 

A0ADE3IIG & SCHOOL BOOKS, 

At Close Prices. Attention respectfully invited, 
Doebler's Hall, 36 East 3d Street, 








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CORJVER THIRD ^ Rmf^E STS., 

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and upwards. 

Administrators, Executors and Attorneys, who collect, and are 
compelled to hold the funds any length of time, and all other par- 
ties or individuals, will find it to their interest to deposit in this 
Bank. 

Also^ A General Banking Business. 



Bank open at all seasonable hours. Drafts sold and Col- 
lections made at reasonable rates. 





J. D. WALLACE, Agent, 




Kg. 12 West Third Street, (Market Square,) 



Keeps on hand all the Text Books used in 



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Standard, Miscellaneous and Professional Works, 

To be found outside of tlu; larger cities. 

A FULL L1.KE OF ST.dTIO^'ERY. 

Adapted to the wants of 



Also, Wall Paper, Wlndoiv Shades, Pietare Cords, 

Tassels, (j'C- 






WHOLKSALK AND IlETAIL DKALERS IN 








CHEMICALS, PxlTENT MEDICINES, &G., 

nhic^ l|mc^ and :muors fon |!ctlinnal |sc, 

Bruslies, Perfumery and Toilet Articles, 

JVo. 5 East Third Street, 

S^i,} WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



.MILTON I] 
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^Jij'sicians' .Presc?'ij)tio?is A.ccurately Cotripounded, 

HANSON, GIBSON & CO., 

BI,ANK I'.OOKS, PRINTING. WliAPPING AND 

MANILLA PAPERS. SI NBA ¥ SCHOOL 

ROOKS, LIHRARIES <(• REQUISITES, 

ACADEMIC <f- SCHOOL ROOKS, 

At ('lotte Prices. Attmition respectfully invited. 
Doebler's Hall, 36 East 3d Street, 



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and upwards. • ' ' 

Administrators, Executors and Attorneys, who collect, and are 
compelled to hold the funds any length of time, and all other par- 
ties or individuals, will fhid it to their interest to deposit in this 
Bank. 

Mso, A Genei*al Baiikin^d Business. 



"^^^^ Banh open at all seaso/)abh^ Jioar,^, Draffs ,soId and Col- 
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J. D. WALLACE, Agent, 





Xo. VI West Third street. (Market Square,) 



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Standard, Miscellaneous and Professional Works, 

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A FVLL LIXE OFST.rnoXKUY. 

AdupttMl to t hr wains of 

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The PIANO FOIITE Ware-Koom connected witli the City Music 

Stoi'e is one of tlie finest in the State. Pnrcliasers will find here an 

idvantage over Philadelphia or New Yoi-k. In the same room can 

[be seen Pianos from the tliree most celebrated makers in this country: 

STEIXWAY k SONS, N i]w Voiik. 

CIIIClvERlXC^ k SONS, Boston. 

A. \VEinu:U, New York. 

Also, the GOLD MKDAL IMAXO, hy Knabe k Co., Baltimore. 



THE ROOM IS K1:J>T liV 




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Wnrrniit('(l for '1 \v[\v<^. 1'lie celebrated 
Mnde 1>\ Prince cV To.. JiiiUnlo. N. \. Warranted lor live Years. 



Jiy Mason ^V: Hamlin. 
Also, SllKKT MISK^ .V MV^W BOOKS, BIAXO STOOLS, 



Pianos, Melodcons .'ind (\*d»inet Oruans are kept to rent. The 
rent, a|)j)lied it' the instrnnicnt is pnrclmsed. 

2;^/'^ Binnos :ind Or^nns tuned and repnired ])y leaving directions 
at the Store as above. 

^v^uV;^::;^;,:^^s ( D. S. ANDRUS 8l CO. 



A. S. YOUNG, Pres't. 



A. K. MABIE, Sec'y- 



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l^raFerooiiis, 26 Fowr^li Avenue^ 



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The Oldest & Largest Newspaper Agency 

in the City. 

Orders ])romptly dcspatclicd. 



WlI.IJAMSl'ullT, J'a. 



A. JAMES WEISE, 

Ko. 2(i IJ. Third St. 



R. C. CHASE & CO., 

JVo. 49 West Third Street, 



FINE ART 




Dealers in 






Engravings and Pictures, of all kinds, 

Stc7\'0f<('0l)('s and Views^ Alhum.'^^ Artist^'' Materiah^ 
DECALCOMANIE, WAX for Fruit & Flowers, GLASS SHADES 



iio(;ers^ statlfttes, wall pockets. 

And artutk's of rvcrv di'S(;ri])ti(m in Phiin and Carved Walnut. 

lis/: T lE^/ 1?. O Z^ 3 , 

Window Slunlrs, Metal a ml Aloii hi iinj (^nrnices, 

Cnrtdin Hands (f iid Loops, Pleiai'e Cord , 

Tassels, ,\ails aial Hooks, (j'e, 

FRAMES, 

Of nil Styles 1111(1 varieties at the Lowest Kates to be I'oiuid in this Citj'. 
^5 Sjiecial attention given to the Ffaiiiiiii;- of all kinds of Pictures. 



French and German Mirror Plates, Store 

Fronts, Window and Picture Glass, 

at Wholesala^ Retail. 



Drs. Richards & Klump 



FOR ALL WORK IN THE 



DENTAL LIN 

SoiUh West Cor. ^kl and Market Streets, 

(Over L. L. STEARi\S^ Store,) 

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JOHN E. JONES <t CO. 



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AM)IM<:W HOPKINS, PPINTLK 

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AuRAM Uim)E(;raff, rresident, 
Rev. Irvin 11. Turrknce, Secretary, 
Rev. Joseph France, - 
Rev. T. Mitchel]., 1). I)., - 
A. A. vVi\E(iARi)NER, Esq., 
k>AMi:EL T.ovE, Esq., 
Col. Jacob Sal lade, 
Hon. Eli Slifer, 
John Weisel, Esc[., 



PJilladelphia, 
IkiUimore, M(L 

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Ik E. inCIIARDS, Sfi'irnrd (i Tna^urer, 



V i s I T I N ( ; Com m i ttres . 



Cci'l ral rcnusijlraiiia Conference, 

\\\\\, S W, Sears. Rev. J. W. Lanuley. 

Phil(iAleli)lii(i Con j\ re nee. 



Re\. J. W CroI (^IL 



Rev. 1\ a. Eernley 



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Rev. W. lee SPOTTSWOOD, D. D., President, 

Moral Philowphy and Belles Lettres. 

H. A. CURRAN, A. M., 

Ancient and German Languages. 

CHARLES J. LITTLE, A. M., 

Mathematics. 



}I. C. MOVER, 



Natural Science. 



E. GRISCIIOW, 

Tnstrinnental and Vocal Music 

Miss ANNA M. THOMSON, Preceptress, 

French Language. 

Miss EANNIE B. ROWLAND, 

Lainting and Drawing. 

R. C. CONNER, 

Prcparatorij Department. 

Miss R. S. LOUDENSLAGER, A. M., 

Prnnirrii Depart me nt. 




Abram Updegraff, President, 



Rev. Irvin H. Torrence, Secretary, 
Rev. Joseph France, - 
Rev. T. MrrcHELL, I). D., - 
A. A. Wikegardner, Esq., 
Samuel Love, Esq., 
Col. Jacob Sallade, 
Hon. Elt Slifer, 
John Wetsel, Esq., 



WiUia'nhspori, 
Philadelphia, 
Baltimore. Md, 
WiUiamsport. 

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Williamsport. 



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(]. L. RICHARDS, SU'ward clc Treasurer. 



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Ccidi'al reniisjjlvaiiia 



Rev. S. W. Sears. 



Conference. 

Rev. J. W. Langley, 



FltiUvdel/jhut Confe reiwe. 

Rev. J. F. Crouch. Rev. T. A. Fernley, 



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Rev. W. lee SPOTTSWOOD, D. D., President, 

Moral Philosophy and Belles Lettres. 

H. A. CUR RAN, A. M., 

Ancient and German Languages. 

CHARLES J. LITTLE, A. M., 

Mathematics. 

H. C. MOVER, 

Natural Science. 

F. GRISCHOW, 

Instruniental and Vocal Music. 

Miss ANNA M. THOMSON, Preceptress, 

French Language. 

Miss FANNIE B. ROWLAND, 

Painting and Drawing. 

B. C. CONNER, 

Preparatory Department. 

Miss R. S. LOUDENSLAGER, A. M., 

Primary DepaYtment, 



WILLTAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY 



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JUNE 22^ 1870. 



• Miss Isabella Prtjyne Harris, A. 1). 
Miss Sallie Harris Wineoaruner, i^. S. 
John Alfred Opp, B. S. 
Wm. Henry Stroiim, B. S. 



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NAMES. 

Rebecca E. Bender, 
M. E. Bell. 
Elmira M. Butler, 
Emma W, Cole, 
Sara E. Conner, 
Hattie C. Cleaver, 
Libbie Darli, 
Jessie F. Dodson, 
Low Edwards, 
OUie Edwards, - 
Mate Erdly, 
Ifey Feglery, 
Jennie 11. Faulk, 
Emily A. Grey, - 
Rebecca E. Griggs, 
Mary K. Gilmore, 
Clara A. (iihnore, 
Ada (jJf)()dlander, 
Octavicr M. Harden, 
l^>eU M. Harris, 
Sida K, Harris, 
Mary J. Horner, 
Margie Horner, 
Harriet Hess, 
Aggie Ho hues, 
Mattie Hagenbuch, 
Lizzie S. Ivahn, 
Tjucy Hoiimes, - 
Sue F. Jones, 
Mary E. Jamerson, 



JLAniJES. 



RESIDENCES. 



G^^eencastle. 
Harrisburg, 
Half Moon, 
Chicago^ III. 
Marion Station^ Md. 
Ashland, 
Williamsport. 

Annapolis^ Md, 
Williamsport, 
Nauvoo, 
Williamspoi't. 

Peni/an^ N. Y, 

Ilo^e Vallen, 

Willia.msport. 
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Wriglifsville, 
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llaUimore,^ Md, 
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Williamsport, 

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Milesburg, 

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NAMES. 



Lottie K. John, 
Maggie E. Kline, 
Sophia P. Keith, 
*Mattie B. Keith, 
Alice W. Long, 
Kel)ecca Levan, - 
M. Ellie Massey, 
Maggie L. Moltz, - 
Ella Moltz, 
Emma Moltz, - 
Flora Moltz, 
Eliza Moi'risoii, 
Jennie Morrison, 
Anna M. XowvelK 
Plicebe Xeeld, 
Ida J?rice, 
Alice 1 'rice 5 
Annie E. Pott, 
Mary Ivotli, 
A lie ♦!. I\()ss, 
Kmma L. Ivichnrds, 
Ilaniiah ('. Ileiiiliold, 
Kat(^ St I'oli, 
Annie 1^. Spottswood, 
F'annie S. Smitli, 
Mn\- Stewart, 
Floi'cnce St roll, 
Klidn S. I'lionias, 
Kmma White, 
Sallic^ 11. Winegardner, 
Ida M. Wrigiit, 
A nice Williamson, 
Mollie W'eblx^r, 



*D('CM'iis('(l. 



rp:sidences. 



Broad Top City. 

Williamsporf. 
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Willi (fin's j)07i. 

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Fritnuhliip. 

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Ncir (himln'rland. 
W(tsJiin<jf(>})^ I). C. 
Will in lusjHjvt. 
l>ii nhitrij. 
Will i(iini^j)orL 

Jh'nric/r. 

]\l'//i(/ tiispoji, 

Milliaiiispor/. 

H(nnj)t<)n 

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NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 



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Ed. J. Ayres, 
Frank Barndollar, - 
Harry Barndollar, 
Georo'c S. Bachman, 
William M. Brewer, 
J. IT. Brittain, 
C. T. Brengle, 
(J. S. Bowman, 
Georoe W. Blood. 

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J. P.M. Bisel. 
H. 11. P>ender, - 
J. E. Bell, - 
W. J. lUickalew, 
William Bryson. 
p. J. l^rewer, - 
Willie Baker, 
I^. C. Conner, - 
J. W. Conlbourn. 
L II. Coulbonrn, 
William A. Carvei', - 
Januis W. (Jompton, 
L P. Campbell, 
P. P. Campbell, 
James C. (.haney, 
8. O. Chancy, - 
Boyd C. Caldwell, 
L. W. Chandler, 
John W. (h-amer. 
J. M. Campbell, 
Pavid Chestnnt. 
II. »). Cleaver, 
A. C. Clarke, 
I. L. Chandler, 



Onaucock^ Va. 
Bloody Bun. 

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Vaniehvillc, 
Fall Brook. 

Vineland^ N. J. 

Cumhi'i land^ 3[d. 

SI. Charles, III. 
Philadrlpliia. 

Williamsporl. 

Greencaslle. 

Kelley P. 0. 

Bloomsburg. 

Ccnlralia. 

Fall Brook 

Williainsporl. 

Marion Slalion, Md, 



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Willidmsporl. 
Pine, Grove Mills. 



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Williams})()rl. 
Lock. Have)}. 
Williamsporl. 
Klitiesgrove. 

Ilaneoek, Md. 
AsJiland. 
Huntingdon. 
Carlisle. 



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N AMi:s. 

John K. Courier, 
Samuel B. Dobbie, 
George W. Drehr, 
Willie A. Dart, 
William C\ Davis, 
Frank W Dietrirk, 
C. F. Drehr, • . 

K^aniuel Ji. Dunkel, 
(i. \\ . luehelheruer, 
(\ (ji. Flwerl, 
\V. v. Khlen, 
(Miarles IF Fllinucr. 
(i. fl. l^vans, . 
Iv. AI. Ihiilcy, 
Ira (\ iMldy, 
W . f\ . F(UU', 

C. IF Fhk'u, . 
Wilson Kvans, 
T. S. b aus, 
John .\F I''ari(.'li, 

-\ l[)lu'ii< l"i'anilrl(U'r, . 
JiMiatliiiM (iuldin, 
IMiilip i m)(k1\\ ill, 
William M. (ircrn, 
'riu'cdorc iiarmaii. . 
J. \\ . (u'oup, 
Alexander (iross, 
(F W . (ieiser, 
IF S. 1 1 umphrey, 
William S. IIammon(F 
F. A. IFirlsoek, 

D. W. Ilcim, . 
(Jeorac Hill, 
William Hauu:, 



RESIDENCES. 

Cogan Station, 
Lonaconing^ Md. 
William sporty 

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W^il Ham sport. 



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Slalinglon, 
fjccstxirg. 
Lama r. 

W^i I Ham sport, 

nroad Top City. 

Wriijlifsrille^ 

Moll rsrilli', 
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S/ta iNo/ci//, 
Marion Sfafio/f^JId. 
Ua rrishurg, 
Ilauch's Gap, 
WHtiamsport, 
retvrsriltc, 
(Cherry mile, 
\\illia)nsburg. 
jlIoiDit Union. 
Sh amok in. 
Williamsport 



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F. M. Heathcote, . 
William C. Harden, . 
Samuel M. Harden, 
Fred. T. Hart, 

G. S. Himes, 
W. L. Hunter. 
O. M. Hunter, 
Henry Flostetter, 
John K. Ilays, 
William M. He[)l)urn, 
T. F. Hunter, 
William L. llilliard, . 
J. A. Hoffman, 

N. A. HolFman, 
Jackson Humes, 
FT. H. Fie island, 
F]mory Jones, 
C. W. Johnson, 
Levan FF Janney. 
Jolni I). Kutz, 
William Kuhn, 
Allen L. Kuntz, 
C. W. Kerstetter, 
George M. Kline, 
H C. liove, 
Albert T. Jjehman, 
Malcohm McLeod, 
R Ijoveland, jr. 
W H. Lewars, 
Howard L. Mundy, . 
Roy W. Mundy, 
F]dward W. Matteson, 
William F]. Metzger, 
A. G. Moyer, 



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Dun cannon. 

Woodbury. 

Chester, 

Hunbury, 

Witliauisport. 

CjJierryvitle. 

Lewist)arg. 

Siniljarg. 

LovevitJe. 

Will ia.ms port . 

Ashland^ Me. 

Lamar. 

MoJirsville. 

William sport. 

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T. S. Mussina, 
David McEvilla, 
W. Oscar Mo3'er, 
Alfred M. Hiimper, 
(jcorge May, . 

J. I). Moulder, . 

Martin L. Myers, 
William A. May, . 
Tlioinas (;. Masson, ir 
Harry MeDowell, 
V. L. M. \eeld, 
Joiin B. Otto, 
K P Oit, 
(leorge T Oplinger, 
John A. 0[)|), 
♦J. 1\ Trout, 
Ivobeil I*iper, 
William H. Ross. 
William F i\(Mitz, 
(\ S i:i(l(lell, 
John W. lU'w, 
Joim Kotlu 
William !I. iloih. 

'i it Kotiirock, 
llciiry IJickcrt, 
i I iiam M. Ilimyan, 
( '. W. St('V(?nson, 
W. il. Strohm, . 
N. 1>. Smitii, . 
Lewis (i. Schrade. 



IF. D. Snyder, 


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William^port. 

Heininford^ Canada 

C7\^ scent. 

DiJhburg. 

Shamokin. 

WiUlamsport. 

Woodbiiri/. 

York. 

HaUhnore^ Md, 

Wlllifj nixport. 

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DaniehriUe. 
Muncy. 

Friendship^ Md. 
William sport. 
New CuynJ)eHand. 
Mo I } ((JO n I e ry Stat io n 
Montour smile. 
O/u/nrork. 
\Villi(nn sport. 

I. 

Sumniif Hill. 

\Villi(unsport. 

I>uncannon. 

Cenlre Bill. 

Bericiek. 

WilliAunsporl. 

Weis])ort. 

Manor Hill 

Center Hall. 

Eeansville. 



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NAMES. 

Frank M. Stiles, 
AV. F. Spottsvvood, 
Stephen Smitli, 
William T. Sadler, 
Wilbur Shipp. 
Cieorge E. Sieger, 
\\ atson Sanders, 
S. K. San key, 
J. A. Seydel, 
O. li. Stearns, , 

('. K. St<»arns, 
Charles K. Spj-out, 
I^]. Cm. Sylvara, 
Jonn Stoek, 
»J. L. Stone, 
(f. W. Sterner. 
John K. Tnll, . 
C. X. Thomas, 
AV. 1>. 'rr{q)p, 
]1, M. riman, , 
11, 11. Ulman, 
II, 1^ rpdeo-raii; 
Osear (^pdegi-alf, 
Silas A. rixlegrall, 
Oliarles T. Wilson, 
Moses W Waltz. . 
W. i\ Williams. 
J. H. Whittingtoii, 
(ieorgc J. Wcikcr, 
William P. WoK'oll, 
K. S, Winslow, 
M. I>. Waddh^ 
A, (J, Williamson. 
A\', K. Whitlijiglon. 
Jol n Wain\vrii;lit 
11. A. Walkei^ 

i>. M, y ()s\ , 



RESIDENCES. 



Williarnsport. 






York Springs^ 

SJianiokin. 

Ore fie Id, 

Wit I ia in sport, 

JfilltieinK 

WillianisporL 






Pictnre liocks, 
Das/iore^ 
Ijen'ishnry. 
Lelioy^ 
lih^nnishu rg, 
Jf'U'fon Sfafioi},Md. 
Willla i}i.<p<}ri , 






New Iterrtf. 



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I far re I)e(f race^Mi] 

(J<H/a/i Station, 

11(1 1' n' I>e(f r(icr,M<J 

M(n'i(n) Sfalion, " 
S'l nJni rif, 
M II iH-y, 
Will id ntspi>rt 
Jrr.<rt/ Stiore, 



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Mn /'inif Slat ion .Md , 
lh'nf\< Jtiiii, 
La iiifir, 

EHa !iisp(u'U 
A iiqiisUi , 



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W I L ]. I A M S P (J 11 T 1) I C K 1 N S O N SEMI N A il Y . 



COURSE OF STUDY. 



I'pon completing the tollowini^- Course, tlic Student will be entitled to the De- 
gree of ]?iiehelor of Arts. To those who omit the hinguages, ;i Seientilie Diploma 
will be given. Those not wishing to eom])h'te t h<' Course, eun pursue sueh studies 
us they desire, subject to the action of the Fiicult\ . 



PREPARATORY. 



FIRST (^LASS, 



Spelling and Defining, 
Geograi)hy, .... 

Arithmeii(; — Mental, 
'' Written 

English Grammar, 

First Lessons in Knglish (.'om])(»sit ion, 
General History, - - . 



SECOND CLASS. 



Reading, 

(Geography and xMap Drawing, 

F]nglish (xrammar, 

llistoiy of the I'uited Slates, 

Ktym()h>g\', 

Aritlnnetic, 

Com posit i<ni and Declamation 



Sander's Series. 

Mitchell. 

- lirooks. 

llobinson. 

Clark. 

(^uakenbos. 

Goodrich. 



I'arker <Si Watson. 

Mitchell. 

Clark. 

(loodricli c>r (^uakenbf>s. 

Lynd. 
Tc^t l-;.\ami)les, Robinson. 



CLASSICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 



FlHSr YEAR Flhsr TERM 



Knglish (;rammar, 

iSIodern History, 

Alg<'bi-a, 

Eat in (i rammar, 



SECOND TERM, 



Adsanced ( Onipo^it ion and Rln-toric, 
Modi'rn Hist or_\ — cont inued, 
Algebra, - - - - 

Eat in (i rami;. a r and Reader, 
Greek (iramnia i\ - - - 

ChiHsical Ant i(|uit ies, 



Clark. 

Willson. 

Eoomis. 

Ilarkness. 



(^uakenbos. 

Willson. 

Eoomis. 

H ark n ess* 

lladley. 



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tniRD TERM. 

Advanced Composition and Rhetoric, - - . . . 

Physical Geography, --.->-. 

Physiology, 

Algebra, -.-.._.-.. 
Latin — Caisar, --->-.-.- 

Greek Grammar, -.-...-_. 

During the Year— Orthography, Reading, Composition, Declam3tion, and Vocal 
Music. 



(^uakenbos. 

Mitchell. 

Hitchcock. 

Eoomis. 

lladley. 



SECOND YEAR FIRST TERM. 



Ancient History and Geography, . - - . 

Biblical nti<inities, - - - - - - 

Astronomy, ---..... 

Zoology, 

Geometry, -....-.. 

I^atin— Caisar or Cornelius Nepcs, ---..- 
Greek — Anal)asis, .--..-.. 

Eatin and Greek Prose Composition. - . - - - 

SECOND TERM. 

Ancient History and echography, - . - . . 

Natural l*hilosoi)hy, ---•--.. 
INlental Philosoi)hy, .--.--. 

Geometry, ......... 

Eatin — De Senect ute or Ovid, ..--.. 
Gretdv— Anabasis ; Greek Testament, - - - . . 

Eatin 5ind Creek Composition, ..... 

THIRD TER>E 
Rhetoric, ...._.... 

Philoso])hy of History and (Jhronology, .... 

Const it utioii of rnite(l States, __.... 

^Mental PhiIosoi)hy, --.--.-. 
Nat ui-al Philosoi)hy. -._--. . . 

Eatin — N'lrgil or Sallust, - ...... 

Greek — Memorabilia and (^d>ssey, . - - - - 

T^iat in and (i reek Prose Composit ion, - _ . . 

DriiiNO TMi-: Vkar— Composition, D^'clamation and Vocal Music. 



AVillson. 

Nevin. 

Madison's Burritt. 

Agasiz. 

Eoomis. 



Arnold. 



Willson. 

Peck's Ganot. 

Epham. 

Eoomis. 



• Arnold, 

(^uakenbos. 

Willson. 

Hanco ck. 

Peck's (ianot . 
Ainold. 



T I n R I) Y E A R — F I R ST T E RAE 

Moral Philosophy, -.....; 

Eviden(;es of (;hrist ianity, ...... 

Chemistry-, ........ 

Botany, -.-...._ 

*Trigonomet ry, (Plain and Sjx-rical,) ^E'usurat ion, Le\-eling, 
Surveying and Navigation, . - - . . 

Eatin — Ci(M'ro"s Orat ions - ..... 

Greek — Select Orations of Demosthenes ami Iliad, 

SECOND TERM. 
Political Fk'onomy, --:-... 

Eogic, ........ 



Wa\ land. 

Pal<\v. 

Youmans. 

Gra>'. 

Eof)mis. 



Way land . 
Coppee. 



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W 1 J. L 1 A M S V (> 11 T 1) I C Iv I N 8 (> N S E M 1 N A 11 Y . 



G('()lo<;y, 

*Aiialyti('{il (i(M)iii('t r>', ..-..- 

*Meeh;inic*ul Phil()sf)i)lu', .-..,- 

I.jitin— De Ofliciis ;iii(l Livy. - . . . - 

Greek— CEdipiis Tyiainms of Sophocies. - . - - 

TlIllM) TKUM. 
Butler's Aiuilog>-. .--._.. 

Cbeiiiistry, .-...-.. 

Geolo<4-y, (Cont iniKMl,) ..._.. 

*("iileulus. Dilt'ercnlial and Iiitc,u!-al. .... 
^Practical Astronomy. --..... 
r>(' of t lie (ilolx's, - - . . . - 

Latin — Horace and Tacit us. - - - - 

(ircck — Pronn't hens of .Kscliyl us. .... 

I)riii.\(; 'I'HK Vi'.AU — ('<)ni[)os;i ion. Declamation ami I-docntinn, 



llitcheoek. 

Loom is. 

Sncirs Olmstead. 



Emory & Crooks. 

Youmans. 

Ilitelieock. 

Loomis. 

Loomis. 

Keith. 



MODERN LANGUAGES. 



(;ei:man cor use. 



(■I'ammar, 

IJeadcr, 

AVilhelm 1'ell. 

.1 un<4-fr:iu nou ( )iieiin> 

Jphi^-enie auf Tauris, 

Eanst, 

Dictionary, 



Crnmmar, 
( (>11<)(1 uial K'ea del- 
Pa ul <'t \ i r:^in ia, 
( la->--ic Peader. 
( oi'i n nc. 
I," A i'ema l; ne, 
l.t s M i--fral)lcs, 
ld(.:liunary, 



\\'oodl)urv. 



Schiller. 
Gffithe. 



Adler 



EPENCII cor PS E. 



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Ea-(|iudle 

St IMerre 
De Eiv.'is. 
^Ime I)c Staid 

^d*c1or irun'o. 
Surenne. 



ORNAMENTAL BRANCHES. 

T)i:axmn<; x m. T' a i xti x(; - Thi-^ departne-nt receiver lil.eral attention. Sui)erior 
f.ieiiiti(- are luini^lied. undei-a e(.mi)etent In^tructoi-, exclusively devoted to this 
depai t ment, lor t 1h> -ludy and piaet ice of Pineal- and Perspt'dive Draw in--, I'astal 
and Monoeliiomat !<■ Paiid inu. Paint in- in Oil. and Wat er Coioi-^. '^' ' i | 

M rsn,- >hi>ic !•(''•(■ i\-ev >|)(.cial at 1 cut i(»n, ! 

'ilie Pa.he-. are allowed to -uh^titute tli.'^e I))-anclies. to,u-ethei' with Geianan and ; I 
> reneh. for >onn' of llir li i-hei- st ml ie-. in >Pat hemat i.'>, a ml fo.- t he G rcMd!: Pan- ! I 



<iUa--e 



- Pol- those >ludie> marked with ;t ' othei's may 1 )(' sul )st i t ut cd. Thu< the Course 
ma\ he accommodated to t he waids ol Pjidirs and (ientlemen. 



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The? classes in Mensuration, Eevcding and Surveyin.n', are praetiee<l in the use cd 
the Quadraut aud other instruments, and in Plottiu<j:. 

In the department of Ancient J.anfiuag(^s, 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 Ljitin into Greek, and from Greek into Latin.— 
In addition to the hooks ahove nanu'd. ZumpCs Latin (Grammar and Kuhner's 
Greek Grammar are used. 

Anthonys Classicjil Dictionary, Smith's Dictiomiry of Greek and lioman IJiogra- 
phy and Mythology, Ilamshorn's Latin Synonyms, Rohinson's Lexicon o\' the New 
Testament, and Forl)iger"s Ancient (Geography, are recommended as hook^ cd" 
reference. 

Lectures will he given from time to time in the various departments. 

The classes in the First Year of Academic studies have exercises in reading and 
analyzing IMilton, Thompson, and othei* poets, in connection wit h a course of fa- 
miliar h^'tures on the princii)les ot I*]nglish Grammai'. 

A XoijMAL Class will he formed, (when reijuired,) and special attention will he 
gi\'en totiioscjwho may wish to prei)are thems(d\'es for the imi)oi'tant <luti<'s 
of teaching. 

A Hi bmcal Class will also he formed tor t he henelit of .-ncli a> lia \ c the M i n ist vy 
in view 



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LOCATION. 



^^"[Lr.iAMsi'our is onr ott he iiiost licivnt ; fill and Ii«'alth\- places in t fit- State It lias 
Dcvcr iMM'ii suhjcc't to cpidcuiics ofany kind M any coniinij: to tli»' School sickly, 
have returned In ly restorvMl The location is central a id accessible tVoniji'l (inar* 
lei-s. Railroads l)i-in-- us within a few hours' ride of Kliuira, Lock Haven, Kri(% 
Danville, I'ottsvi le, llarrishuro-, lIollidaysburLC, I'hiladelphia, IJaltiuiore and New 
\ ork No more «U;siral>lc position for a Seminary of Learning can l)e found. 

<>U(iAM/ATl()N. 

The scliool is or.uMnized on the most approved plan of the best instituticMi^^ of 
New York and New Kn<Aiand. It embraces l)()th sexes, under t he same ;j;overnment 
and instruction. The Meml)ers of tlu' Faculty occupy ai)artments in the buildinj,% 
eat at the same table, and have a constant oversi,iz;ht of all fhc Students. 

The La<lie^" private and public rooms are cut irel\- separate from the others, and 
there iv no a--(.ciation ot the se.xes ])ut in t he ])resence of their instructor^. J'he 
Lddiis (i/iil (,'( nth iiK n. hdVi h ss fret f/om oj i n.fcrroiirsr firre (hdn at Jkome 

The happN iiitluenee, ni„n,nlhj rxrrhd in their sli-ht association in the recitat lout- 
i<"»>"- ;d the table and i.i the public «>xercis •>. (»f the Chapel, is to be seen in the 
<'ilti\atM>n ()! a eheertul and ntmnated <li-i)()sit ion.— i n the formation of oood liab- 
il>and m,ninei..-in ard.'iit .levotion to study,-and in the attainment of hi-h 
moial .haracter. These, vv it h many <>t her valuable results, have establislied the 
fict that tlu' best plan for a sehool i>. acc( )nlino- 1 <, t he evident desi<,rn of I'rovidencc 
in the (•on.-.t it ut ion of society, on the Inisis of a well re-ulat<Ml ( hrivtian family. 

A( ( OMMODATIONS 

The buildin^^s w ill acc-onnnodate (two in a room) over two inmdred stub-itts" 
They are ot biick, heated by furnaces in th<' cellar, and supi)Hed with water The 
room> are lar-e and well ventilate. 1. In the enlir<" arran-em -nt of the buildin-s 
-reat caic has been taken for t he com tort and heal t hot t he occupaids. Theorounds 
contain about live acres, atVording sullicient room for exercise and plav. 

liUAIil)IN(., i:t(\ 

I'.y the followin- list of prices it will be seen t hat our total char-es are (pritea^ 
low as th(»se of any institution of like grade in this fStatc, not exceptin- those 



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schools in which cheap schohirships have Ijceii sohl. Wv desire to phice the cost of 
education at the lowest point possil)le, and thus atford to the masses, sound intel- 
lectual and moral culture. Board, including washing (10 pieces), room, fuel and 
furniture, is .$;180 per week. 

CALKNDAR AND EXPENSES, 

The Seminary Year is divided into three unequal terms. Pupils are received at 
any time. Deduction for absence is made on recommendation of the Faculty to the 
Treasurer. JJills payable in advance. 



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Fall Tkum 
^Yl^TER Term 
Summer Term 



COMMENCES. 

Aug. -25, 187 ( . 
Jan. 5, ls71. 
Mar. 30, 1S71. 



Board, Washing, Fuel and Furnished Rooms, 



ENDS. 

Decendjer 14— 10 weeks. 
^~~ March 21)— 12 '' 
June 21—12 " 

TEIi WEEK, PER VEAR OF 'iO W^EEKS. 



*;i Nj 



$lo2.! 



I j Tuition. 



Preparatory Depaitment, 



Scientilic " - .. _ 

" Lectures, - - _ 

Classical '' _ _ _ 

Incitlental Charges, heating and cleaning puldic rooms, 

halls, iVc, - - _ _ _ 

Total chai-ge in Preparatory Department, [)er year 
** " Scicntitic *- 

" '' Classical ** 



RER 


TU'EI 

7 

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1 

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(»e 

O'l 
Cii 


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i:ks. 



I (M' 



- - - i5i7s ()(; 

- - - 1S2 00 

- - - IKS (^; 
Music, Drawing, Painting, Modern Languages, and Wax Fruit, extra, as follows : 



RER TWELVE WI:EK'S. 


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OC^ 


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()e 

/ W t 


II) 


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1.1 


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(0 



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German and French, each - . . 

Drawing - - - - 

Monochioinatics and Pastel Painting, each 
Painting in Water Colors - - _ _ 

Oil rainting ---___ 

Piano Music, (with use of instrument foi practice,) 
Mehxhon "--___ 

\ Ocal ''--____ 

Students ]-eniaining less than a Term will he charged at the rate ofst.MO per week 

for board. <S:c. No deduct ion made for absence except in ca-es ot pj-otiactcd sick- 
ness. 

V\ ash P.owls and Pitchers furnished at cost and taken ba(dv at same i)rice. if unin- 
.jured. The same rule for Door Keys. 

FiviMlollars must be left on deposit, on entiuing, to co\('i- damag(>s that the 
student may do, to room or other property. This will be returned when the stu- 
dent leaves, in case no injury has been done to room or property. 

VACATIONS. 

There iUM' tw^o vacations. One of three wccdvs at the close of the Fall Term, to 
include the holidays ; another of nine wetdvs at the close of tin; School Year. 



TERMS OF ADMISSION. 

L The Student must ])e widl r(H'oinmend(Ml as to moral character, 
not designed to be a House of Refuge. 



The School h 



IS 



\V I 1. L 1 A M S l> () II T 1) I (• K I N SON S K M \ V A R Y 



'J. Mu-^t an-;iii,u(' with Ihc Ti-ea-^iircr, al I bills. Ix'Torc at t('iiilin<;- IJcc-itations. 

A. Mi:st take at least tour studies, inilcss cxciiscd by t ln' Facnlt\'. 

4. Minors must «l(»posit with the President all s])en(lin,jj;- money, to b(^ returned in 
sueh amounts as he may think best. 

o. Mu-t a.:j,i'ee to comply with all the Ilules and Re.uuhit ions ot the School. 

X. r>. i-^aeh stud(Mit will be considered a member of t he Institution, until due no- 
tice sliall have b(UMi given ot intention to lea\ e. and permission obtuined ot the 
Pre-ident. 

KOO:\Is AND ( F,(>T[I1\(;. 



Thf r*)i Mil - a !'' rii:-nishe(| w it h a! lli"a\\' art ieb's. lint Ih*- ^tif^h-nts must brin^' 
t hei )• o\'. 11 --liect s ( for double bed'-;.) pillows, pillow cases, blankets, corjnt e-rpvanes 
and lowcU. and- lind theii' own brooms, niii'ror^. coal <»il i-iid lam])s. 

stndciiis --honld i)e sup])Iie(I with warm, diii'abic clot liin*.":. hea\'y bootsand shru's^ 
an nmbi-cl I;i, and a pai 1' of slippers to l)e \voi'n wli ile i'l t he buildinij;". A/l arfich'.s of : > 
f'<>^/ii tn/ slciiihl hr en rcfii/li/ marlcrd trii'/t. fhc f\'n irnKC. 



A IM' \i: \ fl 



lie ^' •111 Mia rv !-< I niMi i-hed w 



1 a 'ol !-'ct io'.i o! apparat I!-, toiretlier with full sets 
oi ( ,b>' »e -. Alap-« ;ind ( ha rt -. a lid a ( a' )inet ot' MiueraN. i Inis attordin!^: f.icility for 
i 1 1 u^t ra; ion aiH ! e \ i):'ri ncn; . 



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DI^CIPLAK. i 

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<■ d :-c!pl 1 lie i> mild, but firm ami im ji.t it ia). While cvi'vy eiico[! ra^M'iiu'Ut wil! \ 



ne m \ (Ml to the or( lerl \' ail' 



s(M'- t 'Oil--. \ ( ■! t h 



e b I \V I e - - a 1 1 ' 



I ui '! ioii-. and d ne al low a nee l)e made tVu" youthful in- 
■'•! ra'-t or\ ca't not lom^- remain anxMej' us. 



ui:fd(.i( >r- -i;i:\ k i>, 



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■I > I o a I ; ■ ■; e 1 in a pj i »i 



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'>\ ' >t- i II p. ar irni iiLL" a nd > ■\'(_'ninfj^, e\ 

III n 1/ 11' - ' 1 1 1 1 ' I ■ I ' . 



.C)'K\\ ll. 



a -> 1 > u b 1 1 c 

■!i i>l :!(■<■ (i.s pitrints or <j>i<i nlid tis 



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a'-h "^1 mien 1 m m-I m<' su]^pl i-'d w i ! ii a fb' ' ''". I o ■ le i ead n It lion < ,i"fr<p>- S( c- 



(id'Utn coin 11,1 itt . ill Hie -•■ I \ ices o !''!;,■ ( 



i;. !>e 



\\ m;|< ■ -( 



liO( »1 reaal in concert 



!( i:i: \ \:\ -< x i i/ti {■ 



1 be reu'Ij' 



ar '.V'eKly exercise- in < < im po-i t a )n aad I > ■clanait ion. tl 



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I b 1 1 M a :- b i M a I a t e ! ■ a r 



a ■ - 1 n i ! i e 



li-l It 111 ion : 1 ne ••liedc'^ f.et 1 



res, 



tere a '.■<■ 
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11,1 I-p>^Moii."' a m 1 •■'I'n pa !' ; ! e P iron." ciu!i "t v\ ii ieb pr* pa I'e-^ ami read> to the 



Stn I < I' i| ;i p;i I )' i ' > 



ice a m I • a ' 1 1 , . \ ! on! i . 7 ' * ' '. ' > ! n n i ■ 



M i;i:i'i A N i> [>F.Mi;i:i'r 



in t be Soeiet ies' l.il »r 



irie<. 



A -1 li^'t w 



eek 1 \' l^eci ir 



d 1- K. Ii' '.! ,. 



Nereiv,.^ (>!' J la' -(di(»ol, iVom w hicdi i-ecoial 



the St mbait ^ will be a I'ade 



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CO id ot deine ri 1 



s a I ^o u ( 1 



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1 I'n . a e 



c \ ( n^ed abs(nices fr 



e \ ( rca ^<'^. am 



1 .all d i--< nde r! \ e< )i 



oin i'e<i 111 j'cd 



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'Add - d ject t!ie ^tiahnd to<lemerit mai'l 



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Ten -iieli ma riv bri na a i ul \ at e reproof bep ne t he l-'ac id 1 \ : t w laity, a i)ublic i"ej)ri" 
ma lid Ixd'ore 1 he w hole -cli< »ol : am! t h i ri y ma\ ^end t bic otl'f anbu' a wa\'. Sessional 
report - are scad to pari nt'- w luai re< ) u<'-t <'d.. 




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A WORD TO PARENTS. 

1. 4®" Try to have your cliiklren here on the first (lay of the term, but not before, 
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 regularly 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 generally the beginning of irregularity on 
the part of the scholar. 

3. 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 very sparuigly with spending money. Parents cannot be too cau- 
tious on this i)oint. 

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. R.— These last two suggestions are to be regarded as <\slablishe<l rules of the 
school. 

4^ Students not boarding in the Institution must observe the following addi- 
tional rules : 

1. Attend Daily Prayers. 

1. INIust attend all the Si^minary Exorcises punctually. 

.'5. Must spend the intervals between recitations in tin; Study Hall. 

4. Must account for nil absence by writ ten excuse wit liout delay, tin)e and num_ 
l)er of recital ions Ix'ing speeilled. 

5. Must not visit the I'ooms of boarders without permission. 



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BY-LAWS. 



1. Durin^^ tin- hour- cf-tndy. tlic students shall not be unnecessarily absent from 
their rooms. 

'2. At the time appoint eil to attend prayers, recitation, lectnre, or other exercise, 
each student shall repair quietly and promptly to the place designated. 

;{. At no time shall any studeid loiter in the halls, or about the doors, or indulge 
in jumi)ing, wrestlinii-, loud talkin--, whistling, or any othor nnnecessary noise, or 
soil the building with t()l)aeeo. 

4. The students sliall not be absent from their rooms at night after the hour of 
St udy indicated by the riuging of t he bell, nor shall they attend parties or mixed 
asseml)lies without permission troni t he President ; nor shall they at any time, visit 
taverns, eating houses, or other i)laee> of public resort, or on any occasion indulge 
in t he ir^e of intoxicating li(iuoi"s. 

:>. All iu(»l";me and iiideceiit language, ])la\ing at games of chance, injuring the 
]»idper1 \ of 1 he In-t it ut ion or olCit izens, «iuarreling, fiii:ht ing, the carrying of tire- 
arms or (»t her dang<'rou-> weapons, are st rict 1>' forbidden. 

♦;, Nostu<lent shall lea\ c t he 1 i nut s ot the tow n for a longer time than one hour 
^\ ithout pi'rmission from the President. 

7. Ka<-h '^Indent will beheld -t rictl>' accountable for any (himage he or she may 
CM u-e to lilt' Smiinars i)r(>i)ert > . Damage^ by unknown i)arties may be assessed on 

1 he s(diool. 

.s. The Tcacheis niu-l . at all t imes, have access to the st udents' rooms, and if it 
be )nd<4ed iirce>-ar\ . t he loom- will be ( leaiUMl at t he expense of t he occupants, 

:». ( hiiidine-- ot pel's on and of ap])ar(d, and a gent le manly and lady-like deport- 
ment must be ob-er\ ed by all. 

10. No water, dirt or ol her mat<'rial, shall be thrown fi-om any window in the 
buildings, or down 1 he hot-aii' Hues, or in t he halls after tln-y have been cleaned. 

11. Student- mu>t ha\-e t heir i-ooms swept and in order, and their lights extin- 
mii-luMJ ;i1 t he e>t al»lished hours. 

\1. No student will be allowed to go a bathing, ska! ing, lishing, gunning or riding 
A\ it hout permission. 

i;;. Th<" sludentsmnst not visit t he kitchen, dining-room, or any other room, ex- 
ec})! thcii- own, without permission. 



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It. The Sal)l)ath must be strictly observed l)y all. Xo walking abont, visiting, 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. 

IB. The young ladies will not be allowed to leave the Seminary grounds, at any 
time, without permission ; and the gentlemen will he 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 w^ill be permitted to leave the school, during the session, without 
an express request from tin; parent or guardian, made to the President, and with 
the consent of the Faculty. 

19. Any student who, Avithout just cause, shall fail to attend the examinations, 
will be considered as under censure. 

20. Permission to be absent from any exercise 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. 

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

'23. Students fi-om the neighborliood will not be permitted to visit home at such 
times as will interfere wdtli the regidar exercises of the school. 

24. Any otrending student may be punished, according to the nature of the of- 
fence, by pi-ivate or public reproof, suspension, dismission or expulsion. 

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

2<;. None but stnihmts can attend tlu; Society meetings, unless by express permis- 
sion of the Faculty. 

27. No special meeting of the students shall be held at any time, without permis- 
sion of the President. 

25. Any tem])orai-y prn<lential regulation for the governnu'ut of the school that 
(he Faculty may see lit to ailojit, shall be e(jnally binding with thesi; Hy-Laws. 







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CONFECTIONS, 

No. 58 



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Williamsporf 




ICE C8EA1H MAI BY STEAM 



sioi:i: oiM:\ i iu>ti i; a. m. to io p. ti. 



L. L. Stearns 



PEALKK IN STAl'LK ANT> FANCY 





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CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS, S'C, #c., cS'C, 

Xo. 1 West Tiiiid Stieet, W tlliamxpoit, PeuiiMj Ivaiiia. 

t^ST' AOEXT I'Ol! TIIK HOWE SHWlXti MAClItNES, _J^ 



THE ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHER, 

Is introduciiio- tlie new style Plioto-raphs cjilk'd the REMlillANDT, 
after tlu' CL'k'brali'd artist of tliat iiaiiu^ 

]5cMiiu: sui)})li(3d wit!) tliu latest iinprowd canuras, accessories, and the 
])cst formulas known in the ])usiness, he is i)repared to furnish eviM-ybody 
witli a ])k^asin,n: Hkeness. Tie eni])k)yes tlui ])est Portrait Artists Paniters 
in Xew York city, to do liis cok)rinu' in Oil, Pastelle, AVater colors and 
India ink, and warrants a ])]easinu- likeness or no charu'e. 

He has constantly on hand the larux'st assortnuMit ot"^ FPAAIES in the 
city. (Jallery, X. E. Cor. Third cS: .Market Streets, AVillianisi)()rt, Pa. 




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Xo. S2 Market Street, next (l(^(.,r to I':xi)res,s Olliee. 

LEONARD & POTT. 

Tine lloois uhkIc to or(fei\, rejKdrcfl, cVv. 





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i IVAGGAGL ( ALLKI) KOi: A M ) (' 1 1 KCK L 1 ) FIJOM IIOTLL^ AXDriMVATK 

h'Ksll)i;X('L> TO ALL rolNTs 

via All K'outcs. ra('k;i,<;-es, &c., delivered prompt ly t o ;my i);ir1 of the City. 
t];^ . Ordri-s can he left at the ircrdic House, American Hotel, Doebler House, and 

ca CKLU & CKAWFOlir) 



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AltfD STBAM BAKESRY^ 

IS AT jYO. S2 east THIRD STREET, 



GEORGE DAKT 



Irllifestfirii Mutual Life Iiiirance Compaiiy. 

Offre .'-—Firsf X(ffion((l B((nk Bnilduig. 






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DKESS FAiUMCS OF ALL KINDS, 



jYotions Lace, Hosiery, (Horcs. Zcjihiir, Gcr. Wool 

<\c., <S-c. 

Williamsport, Penn'a. 






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Cor. Fourth <^y* Ucpburii Sfs\, 



CABINET FL^l^NITURE, 



At iircatly I\ educed Prices. 



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Jn all of its l)niiiches. 

Metalic Caskets & Shrouds 



A L n A \ S i>\ JIA \JK 



A. (>. II AKT, A(;i;m. 

J. ¥. JLVURIS,, Cashikk. 



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A. ESCHENBACH, 



PRACTICAL PIANO MAKER AND TUNER, 



And dealer in all kinds of 




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No. 17 West Third St. , 



ancg ^O0bs, 

WILLIAMSPOET, PA. 



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LEVAIff & SOIff^ 



Iloicse EstahUshed in 18 41. 

Dealers in and Manufacturers of 

Stoves, Heaters, Ranges, Tin- Ware, 

COPPER-WARE. ROOFING, JOBBING, &C. 
No. 10 West Fourth St., 
WILLIAMSPORT, PEIVIV'A. 








WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IX 

HATS, CAPS, FURS 



A N D 

STRAW GOODS. 



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D. TRAINER, 
G. F. TRAINER. 



ME ST TiriRI) STREET, 

Williamsport, Pa. 



Thomas P. Simmons & Co., 





84 MARKET STREET, 

"WIIililiiMSPOIlT, PA. 



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.7\o. 2.!^ E, Third >S7., W^llianbsjjorf, Pa 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 




FAIUIING IMPLKMENTH, ih\, (h\ 



Is/L. ID. L. IDOIDSOlsr, 

DENTIST, 

No. 18 E. Third Street, (Second lloor,) S. E. 

corner Market Square, 

WILLI AMSPORT, PENN'A. 



G. E. OTTO SI ESS, 

BOOK BINDER, 

Klaeik ami ^liiHoiaiidiiBia ISo<»ks, Dealer in Books, 

Stationery, Uali Tapers, ^e., 

NO. 74 W. FOURTH ST., Vv IlLU MSPORT, PENN'A. 



FOR FEET COVERING, 



,/ i MESO A 'S Ji f IL I) I Nfi , 

itvtiimLIAmsport^ pa. 



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WILLI AMSPORT 





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