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TO BE FOUND OUTSIDE OF THE LARGER CITIES. 

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A FULL LINE OF STATIONERY. 



ADAPTED TO THE WANTS OP 



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The PIANO-FORTE Ware-Room connected with the City 
Music Store is one of the iinest 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 celebra- 
ted makers in this country : 

STEINWAY & SONS, New York. 

CHICKERING & SONS, Boston. 

A. WEBBER, New York. 

Also the GOLD MEDAL PIANO, by KNABK & Co., Baltimore, 



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By MASON cS: HAMLIN. 

Also SHEET MUSIC & MUSIC BOOKS, PIANO STOOLS, 

Embroidered Piano Covers, &c. 

Pianos, Mcdodeons and Cabinet Organs are kept to rent. The 
rent applied if the instrument is purchased. 



Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired by leaving direc- 
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AViLLlA s:s''ORT. PA. | 



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Dealers in 



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Engravings and Pictures of all kinds, 

Stereoscopes and Views ^ Albums^ Artists^ Materials^ 

DECALCOMANIE, WAX for Fruit & Flowers, GLASS SHADES, 
Parian Ware^ JBohemian^ Alabaster A Lava^ 

REAL PARIS BRONZE, 

ROGERS' STATUETTES, WALL POCKETS, 

And articles of every descriptioQ in Plain and Carved Walnut. 




Window Shad,eSj Metal and Moulding Cornices 
Curtain Bands and Loops, Picture Cord, 
Tassels, J^ails and Hooks, ^-c. 

FRAMES, 

Of all Styles and varieties at the Lowest Rates to be found in this City. 
>ecial attention giving to the Framing of all kinds of Pictures. 



French and German Mirror Plates, Store 

Fronts, Window and Picture Glass, 

at Wholesale and Retail. 



Drs. RICHARDS & KLUMP, 



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Re.v. W. lee SPOTTSWOOD, D. D, Peesident, 

Moral rhil(m)])liy and lUdle^ Lefires. 

Rev. II. A. CUIIRAN, A. M, 

Ancient and German Languages. 



Ri:v. B. B. ELSE, 



Matliemaiics. 



W. B. FISHER, A. B. 



Natural Science, 



GUSTAVUS VOELKLER. 



Instrumental and Vocal Music. 



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JOHN E. BAIIN, 

Modern Lanr/uajcf;. 

m^A M. ELLEN TANEYilILL, 

Preceplref'i^, Me.nlal riiilosophy. 

Mus. E. B. ELSE, 

Painting and Dravnng. 

n. C. MOYER, 

Preparalory Deparlmenl. 

Miss R. S. LOUDENSLAGER, A. B., 

Priwary Department. 



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June 22, 1871. 



Miss Bi;!;ti]-: ELiZAr.KTir GiiKics, A. B. • 
Mi-s Lizzn: Simmoxs Hajin, A. B. ' 

Bl'.X.IAMIX Coi^LiloTRX CoXXI'MI, A. B. 

Edwaiu) E\-i:xs Allkx Dkavor^ A. B. 
Vv^Ai:i:i:x Jay Biamcalew, B. S.' 
William iVciusTcs CauvivR, B. S. 
Fi;axklix Pii:i:('e Dietimck^ B. S.i 
Ali'i;i:i) Miller Markel, B. S. 
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STTJIDEISTTS. 



NAMES. 



Mary E. Armstromg, 
Julia Auer, 
Clara Allen, 
Fannie M. Bromley, 
Fannie M. Bowman, 
Mamio II. Biibb, 
Eliza M. Cliandler, - 
Libbie Dart, 
Florence Dale, 
Gertie Else, 
Flora E. Else, 
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Jennie II. Foulk, 
Mary Frilier, 

Victoria GoodAvin, 

Lou Gibson - 

Mary K. Gilmore, 

Lide B. llcirris, 

Lizzie S. Ilaljn, - 

Alines ILdmrss, 

Octavia i\L Harden, 

Ali(^e Ilartm^m, 

Fannie Kail, 

Margaret IlilL 

Sue T. Jones, 

Mary E. Jameson, 

Lottie K. John, - 

Mao:irie J. Joni^.s, 

Maggie E. Jackson, 

Minnie E. Law, 

Ella Lauderbur]!, 

Flora V. Moltz, 

Ella Moltz, 



LADIES. 



RESIDENCES. 



Williamsport. 



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Albany, N, Y. 



Berivick. 
Montour scille. 
]Villiam^po7't. 

Tionesta. 
Vtneland, N, J. 
JVilliamsport. 

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Farmer'^ Valley. 
Williainsjjort. 

WrvjJd.sville. 
Lenwnt. 
Williamspori. 

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WilliajYisport, 
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S anbury. 

T J CIV i down. 

Jie.ricich, 

Leivistoion. 

JIuA^ondale. 

Williamsi)()7i. 

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KAATF.S. 



Bertie E. Grii;'i:!:B, 
Emilv A. Gray, - 
Sadie J. Galbraitli, - 
Emma Gibson, 
Emma Moltz, 
Eliza j\Iorrison, - 
Amanda J. Mortimore, 
.l<Minit^ C j\[('Cormic'lc, 
Mau^irie M. lliiicr, - 
Anna M. iSowell, 
Ella J. Owens, 
Ida Priee, 
Alice Priee, - 
Annie Vu Pott, 
Belle Phillips, 
]^]mma L. Pie/hards, 
Mary E. Piddle, 
Eaiiiii*' M. Pi'ldle^ 
S()})hia^ Pieigliai'd, 
Anna KS])otts\vo()(l, 
]\rav Stewart, 
]\IaL;i;it' ]\[. Sinitli, 
j\Iai;'''ie I]. Shoemakerj, 

]-'|| >Y\\ Si I'oll, 

Cri6.^ie K^SLite, 
Clai'a^ V. Smitii, - 
]"^!id;i R. 'J^li()iiia,s, 
Kate Tul)l)s, 
Helen M. X'liclivlcr, 
Ida \\ riein, 
Anna K. \\ intr*)d«^, - 
.lea nil ie W(d)b, 
I'anina, W'liitc, 
Clara J. Woleott, 
Gnliclnn Waiaier, 
Ada B. Young, - 



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Peiiyan, N, Y, 
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Wiliniiujion^ Del. 
J lampion. 

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STXJIDElsrTS- 



GENTLEMEN. 



XAAII^AS. 



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E. J. Ayres, - 
J. W. Aslicom, - 
W. C. Aslicom, 
John Brown, 
P. J. Brewei*, 
Wm. j^P Barrick, 
Erank Barndollai*, 
\V. J. Buckalew, - 
C. T. Brem^le, 
John Hlaelc, 
Wm. K. Biiekini2:hara, 
J. 1). .]3uel;:r)Ldi;uii, 
P). E. Bea<'h, 
J. P. M. lUsel, - 
Georinj Bentelle, 
James P)]aekie'_^(x 
Wdiiam Brnhn, 
(J. S. Bowmaai, 
\Villi;im iVry.^on, 
Vv. A. ('arv(n-, 

'I. W. (/nnlboiD'n, 

R. P. (^a]n|)l)ell, - 
K, G. Clai-ke, 
P P. (/hanibta', 
J. E. Courier, 
1 r. J. Cieaver, 
W. P. Clarke, 
]■>. C. Cotnvr, 
W. r\ . (,^)ulVl()^ll'n, 
W. ^r. (P.iver, - 
P). T. (diapin, 
I. ] P Coulbourn, 



i; KS I DEXCI'^S. 



Oaancoch^ Fa., 
Renovo^ 

Ifopeivell, 
Wui/Noshoro, 
Fall J)rook, 
Jlfanor Jlill, 
Jiloody Run, 
liloovi.>bv rcj, 
Cunihe/rlaJi-I, JId., 
William sport, 
S/iamokin, 



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SI. Clair, 
Wil I iamsport, 

MiJjJiarillc, 
(U'lil ralia,^ 

liar re ('(> Grace, j/.-/. , 
Marion '-lalioir Md.^ 
Pirn' ('rfyrc ,,'////.>•, 
ba iiha ry, 

Cc'ian SlaU(.>n, 
Ashland, 
Wti I ia mspori , 
Mil)- ion S'(dion, Md., 



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Ridilll'dip 

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KAA[i:S. 



I. P. Ciunpbell, 
F. P. Dictrick, - 
W. A. Dart, - 

E. E. A. Deavor, 
M. B. DwiL^lit, 
Martin Donaliiie, 
Samuel Durkel, 
C. n. Elden, 

W. P. Elden, 
C. E. Else, 
J. P. Evans, - 
L I). Evnris, 

F. C. Elv, - 
\Vriu:lit ]:]ckerslcv, 

1. ^•^. iMUS, - 

Clinrles Eriko]', - 
J. T^k Eisbj^r, 

G. W. G;iyk)rd, Jr., 
1. i . Oarnian, 

J. AV. (tvou]), 
I'liik]) Goo<Uvi]l, 
Win. M. < ! ri'ono, 

'I' >\\:il li;ni ( > Illdiii^ 

Alnx.'uidcr riros^^, 

j^.k i\ Gates, 
P. Weir Gibson, 






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llESIDENCVKS. 



I'ine Grove 2lills, 
WillianiHport, 



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Tkes^ Dublin, 

Cineinnatus, N. Y. 

Driftwood, 

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Willlamsport, 



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St. Clair, 
( 'ni'djrUle, 
WiUiamsporl, 
'\'' ft revs Creek, 
Farranlsrille. 
J/arrisL't'.rg, 
jiaucJis Gap, 

]}' avion S/alion, ^Id. 
Al ri ra. 



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IW'lh'aniyport, 
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(//leo/ila, A", .r. , 
Danca/nat}), 



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M3 K T 1) I C K I N S N 8 E^AI I N A 11 Y. 9 


NAMES. 


KESIDEJSTCES. 


W. 0. Harden, - 
S. M. Harden, 


Williamsport, 


N. F. Hoffman, - 


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J. A. Hoffman, 


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E. J. Herbert, 


Jeddo, 


S. L. Horrox, 


- - - ^^ 


Philip Harris, 

TT7*^ XT TT^JT 


Weatherly, 


Wm. ±i. Meiiner, 
0. H. Hagen, 
\^\ G. Harris, 
P. P. Hei man, - 

A. W. Himes, 

B. F. Hall, 
H. A. Head, 
Wm. S. Horton, - 


Monterey, 
Williamsport, 

- - - Glenhope, 

Williamsport, 

- - - Wright svillCf 

St, Marfs, 
Ridgway, 


Thos. A. Hensel, 
George Hill, Jr. - 
F. A. Hayes, 
F. P. Hill, 
C. W. Johnston, 


Lykens, 
Williainspoj't, 

- - - Jllontoursville, 

Lime llidge, 

- - - Woodbury, 


Tj. R. Janney, 
Jas. L. Jackson, 
Wm. W. Jordan, 


Chester, 
- - - Williamsport, 

Bedford, 


Amos Johnson, 


- - - Poftslotcn, 


T. W. Jones, 
7. P. Jackson, 


Denton, Jlhi, 
- - - Bericich, 


V\ G. Koar, 
H. A. Kear, - 


Miners cille, 
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G. W, Kline, 
W. B. Kelly, 
John Kuntz, 
Allen Ti. Kuntz, 
-^b. Loveland, Jr. 


Siu^bury, 

- - - Ifu(/hes}'ille, 

Williamsport, 

- - - Cherryville, 

Lamar, 


H. C. Jjove, 
C. S. Tianders, 


Loreville, 
Afton, N. r., 





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S V. M 1 N A K Y . 


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NAMES. 


jiEsii)ENcr:s. 




Harry Linn, - - - 


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Williamsport, 




Claude Linn, . - - 


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T. S. Mussina, - - - 


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D. McEvilla, 


Henningsfordj Canada 


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J. D. Moulder, - 


Williamsport, 






Wm. A. May, 


York, 






Wm. Fi. Metzger, 


]\ f 07} t(j ornery Station, 






Llarry McDowell, - - 


William sport, 






H. L. Mundy, - . _ 


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E. W. Mundy, 


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G, W. Miller, - 


Three l^prinys, 






John Mitchell, - - - 


Carlule, 






Jerome Moltz, - - - 


Wiltiamsport, 






A. M. Markel, ... 


Markehville, 


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J. VV. Madara, _ - - 


Boarimj Springs, 






S. D. Middleton, - - . 


lied ford, 


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A. G. McClosky, • 


lUner's Bun, 






John McMahon, - - _ 


lienovo. 






A. D. McClosky, 


Cook's Bun, 


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A. M. Mumper, 


Ditlsburg, 


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J. M. Miller, 


Three Springs, 






J. J. Nutt, - . - . 


I j]/ kens, 


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John Neidig, _ _ - 


7Iarrist)urg, 




C. L. M. Nceld, 


Willi amsport, 






Willie Naerv, .. _ - 


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J. B. Otto, - 


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D. Y , Owens, - - - 


Hirminghaw, 






F. E. Otto, - . . . 


Willidinsport, 






Gerirp^e Owc^ns, - 


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E. r. Ort, - . - . 


3funey, 






J. 1. 1 rout, . - - 


Friends/lip, Md. , 






F. S. Forter, 


(iranoille Sunimit, 






J. F. TV^nnington, 


Port Boyat, 






J. W. Euo, 


no 71 cock, \'a., 






n. M. Painyan, 


Williainsport, 

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W I L L I A M S P E T DICKINSON S E M I N A U Y . 



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NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 



John Eothrock, 
0. S. Eiddell, 
Wm. E. Eaver, 
A. M. Bead, 
M. M. Eitchey, 
J. L. Spangler, 
W. E. Spottswood, 
N. B. Smith, 
J. L. Stone, 

C. P. Stayton. 
J. F. Strieby, - 
Wm. G. Shoop, 
G. W. Sterner, 
John Stock, 

Geo. H. Southworth, 
S. K. Sankey, 

D. B. Smith, - 
J. W. Stone, 

A. G. Smith, - 
Charles Stearns, 
J. E. TuU, 
J. B. Trexler, 
C. N. Thomas, 
H. G. Troxell, 
H. E. UpdegrafF, 
F. A. Van Orsdall, - 
John Wainwright, 
W. C. Williams, 
J. E. Williamson, 
C. E. Williamson, 
C. H. Ware, - 

F. B. Wolf, 

G. F. Yeager, - 
Wm. li. Yoder, 
George Zimmerman, 



DriftiDood, 

Montour svillCy 

Shamokin, 

WallacetoUj 

Pattonville, 

Center Hall, 

Epworth, Iowa, 

Berwick^ 

Leroy, 

Havre de Grace, Md. 

Williamsport, 

Danville, 

Bloomsburg , 

Lewisburg, 

Philadelphia, 

'J- 

Millheim, 
Ennisville, 
Leroy, 

Bidgely, Md., 
Williamsport, 
Marion Station, Md., 
Trexlertoum, 
Williamsport, 

Newberry , 

Wihnarth, 

Dent's Bun, 

Havre de Grace, Md. 

Jersey Shore, 

Williamsport, 

Augusta, 

Trexlertown, 

Williamsport. 



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I L L I A M S V OUT D I C R L N S X S E ^I 1 N A E Y . 



C§U1S]E m STUDY 



Primary braiirlio? may ])c parsiied nii-ler coinpi'tcnt instructors, by those 
wh-o are not yet ready for the Preparatory Vear. 



PREPAHATOHY YEAE. 



FIRST TEPM, 



SpellinfT Jvnd Dofniing', 
( Je()<j,Tai»hy 
iXrith luetic — Menial, 
Ariihiiieiie — Written, 
Kntrlish (iraminar, 
History United Si;ite>, 



I?arker and Watson, 

Mitchell. 

I) rooks. 

Robinson. 

Chirk. 

Goodrich. 



SECOND TERM. 



Readincr, ...••• 

( ;('t)Ui:i pii V !ind M:i]) Or;i\vin;j', 

ImiuHsIi (Iraiiiiiiar, . . 

( icneral I listory, . . . ; • 

Arithni<'tic, • . . • • 

First hcssons in Lat in, 

Composition and I)c( damation, 

THIRD TERM. 

I'Trst Lessons in EiKjIish (^)mpositi()n, 
EK'nicnts ol' Aluidji-a^ . . . . . 

(Icneral liistoi'y, . . , . • 

Latin Ci'aniniai' and IJca.dei', . . . . 

(yom})Ositi()n and Declamation. 



Parker an<l Watson. 

MitchelL 

(^Inrk. 

Anderson. 

Stoddard. 

Harkness. 



Qnacdcenbos. 
Loomis. 
Anderson. 
Harkness. 



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W I L L I A M: S i> It T DICKINSON S E M I N A 11 Y 



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GJEABiUATIlG COIIIBE 



9 



FIRST YEAE. 



FIRST TERM. 



English Grammar, 
History of Rome, 
Physical Geography, 



Algebra, 



Latin — Reader, Caesar, .... 

Greek — Grammar and Lessons, .... 

SECOND TERM. 

Advanced Composition and Rhetoric, 

History of Rome, ..... 

Algebra, ....... 

Physical Geograpliy, . . . • . 

Latin — Virgil, ...... 

Greek — Grammar and Lessons, 

THIRD TERM. 

Advanced Composition and Rhetoric, 
\ Physiology, ...... 

Algebra, ....... 

Latin — Virgil, ..... 

Greek — Reader, ...... 

Classical Antiquities, .... 

DuRiNd TiiK YEAR — Ortli ography, Reading, Composition, 
Vocal ^Music. 



Clark. 
Liddell. 
Mitchell. 
Loomis. 

Goodwin. 



Quackenbos. 

Liddell. 

Loomis. 

Mitchell. 

Chase. 

Goodwin. 



Quackenbos. 

Hitchcock. 

Loomis. 
, Chase. 

Goodwin. 

Baird. 
Decdamation, and 



SECOND YEAE. 

FIRST TERM. 

History of Greece, . . , . 

Rihlical Anti(|nities, .... 
Constitution of the United States, 
Natural Phil()S()[)hy, .... 
'Geometry, ..... 

Latin — Salust: Cicero — Orations, 
Gre(d\ — Homer — Iliad, .... 

Latin and (rreek Prose Compositions, 



Smith. 
Kevin. 
Hancock. 
Pe<dv's Ganot. 
Loomis. 



Arnold, 




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81<XX>M) TKRM. 



History of (Jroece, 

X:itui':il Philosopliy, , 

Mental Pliilosophy, 

Geometry, 

Latin — Cicero — de Senectute 

Greek— Herodotus. Greek Testament, 

Latin and Greek Prose Composition, 



THHU) TERM. 



Mental Philosophy, 
Evidences of Christianity, 

Zoiilogy, 



Trifronometrv, 



Latin — Livv, 

Gret'k — Xenoi)hon — Mem oral) illia, 

Latin and Greek Prose Composition, 



Smith. 

Peck's Ganot. 
Winslow. 
Loomis. 



Arnold. 

Winslow. 
Palej. 
Agassiz. 
Loomis. 



Arnold. 



Way land. 

Barker. 

Loomis. 

Loomis's Elements. 



THIRD YEAR. 

FHIST TERM. 
Moral Philosophy, «... 

(.1i'.*inistry, 

Analytical Gcomi'try, 
Astronomy, 

«. 7 • • • , , 

Latin — Horace, 

Greek — Plato — Apology and Crito, 

SECOND TERM. 

^^^'.^■'^^ 

Moral Philosophy, 

Chemistry, -..,.. 

^ ■'■•''".-•>■, ...... 

Calculus, ••.... 

Latin -Cicero — de ( Xliciis 
(ircck — i >cnioslhrncs— ( )i-;iti()ns 

TIHRD TERM. 

lM)taii\', 

' ' • • . . , 

l>ui Icr's Aiialoiry, 

Calciilus, 

' • . • • . 

Politit-al Iv-onomy, 

Tvatiti -I'acifus — (icrinania and Agricola 

Greek — .Iv^chylus, Prometheus. 

I'i uiN.; Till; vK.Mi— French and (;ermanj also, Composition, Declamation, 
and I'docution. 



Coppee. 

Way] and. 

Barker. 

Dana's Text Book. 

Loomis. 



Gray's Lessons. 
Emoi-y and Crooks. 
Loomis. 
Way land. 



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MODEEN LANGUAGES. 



GERMAN COURSE. 



Grammar, 
Reader, 
Wilhelm Tell, 
Jungfrau von Orleans, 
Ipliigenie auf Tauris, 

Fanst, . . 

Dictionary, 



Woodbury, 

Schiller. 
G(i'the. 

a 

Adler. 



FRENCH COURSE. 



Grammar, 
Colloquial Reader, 
Paul et Virginia, 
Classic Reader, . 
Corinne, 
L'Al'emagne, 
Les Miserables, 
Dictionary, 



Fasqnelle. 

. St. Pierre. 

De Fivas. 

. Mme De Stael. 

. Victor Hugo. 
Surenne. 



OSNAMENTAL BRANCHES. 

I)ra\vin(; and Painting. — This de[)artment receives libei-al attention. Superior 
fac-ilities are furnished, under a competeni Instructor, exclusiyely devoted to this 
department, for the study jind practice of Linear and i\;rspectiye Dravying, Pastel 
and Monochromatic Painting, Painting in Oil and Water Colors. 

Mrsic. — Music receives si)ecial attention. 

The Ladies ai-e allowed to substitute tliese branches, together with (<errnan and 
French, for some of the higher studies in Mathematics, and for ilie (J reek Lan- 

""uao'c. 

The classes in Mensuration, Leveling and Surveying, are practiced in the use of 
the (,)uadrant and other instruments, and in Plotting. 

In the department of Ancient Languages, the classes are practiced in oral and 
written exercises in Latin and Gre«'k, tliroiighout the ('ourse ; and, in the third 
year, in writing translations frc»n'# Latin into ( Jreek, and iVom (Jretdv into Latin. 
In addition to the books above named, Zum[)t's Latin Grammar and Kuhner's 
(Jreek Grammar are used. 



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W 1 LL 1 A M S IM) irr 1) I (' K' I N So N S V M I K A 11 Y, 



Aiitlion's Classical Dictiouiirv, Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roma»i Bioirra- 
phy and .^^ytllolo^y, llainsliorn's f^atin Synonyms, Ilobinson's I^exicon of the New 
Testament, and Forbiger's Ancient Geo;^raphy, are recommended as books of 
reference. 

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

The classes in the First Year of Academic studies have exercises in reading 
and analyzing Milton, Thompson, and other poets, in connection with a course of 
familiar lectures on the principles of English Grammar. 

A NoKMAL Class will be formed (when required), and special attention will be 
given to those who may wish to prepare themselves for the important duties of 
teaching. 

A BmLicAL Class will also be formed for the benefit of such as have the 
^linistry in view. 



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WiLLiAMSPORT is onc of thc most beautiful and healthy places in the State. It 
has never been subject to epidemics of any kind. Many coming to the School 
sickly, have returned fully restored. The location is central and accessible from 
all quarters. Railroads bring us within a few hours' ride of Elmira, Lock Haven, 
Eric, Danville, Pottsville, Harrisburg, Hollidaysburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore and 
New York. No more desirable position for a Seminary of Learning can be 
found. 

ORGANIZATION. 

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 govern- 
ment and instruction. The Members of the Faculty occupy apartments in the 
building, eat at the same table, and have a constant oversight of all the Students. 

The Ladies' private and public rooms are entirely separate from the others, and 
there is no association of the sexes but in the presence of their instructors. 
Thc Ladles and Gentlemen have less freedom of intercourse here than at home. 

The happy influence, mutually exerted in their slight association in the recita- 
tion-room, at the table, and in the public exercises of the Chapel, is to be seen in 
the cultivation of a cheerful and animated disposition— in the formation of good 
habits and manners, in ardent devotion to study, and in the attainment of high 
moral character. These, with many other valuable results, have established the 
fact that the best plan for a school is, according to the evident design of Provi- 
dence 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 students 
They are brick, heated by furnaces in the cellar, and su{)pli(ul witii water. Tiie 
rooms are large and well ventilated. In the entire arrangement of the buildings 
great care has been taken for the comfort and health of t!ie occupants. The 
frrounds contain about five acres, affording sullicient room for exercise and play. 

EXPENSES. 

By the following list of prices it will be seen tlmt our toial charges are quite as 
low as those of any institution of the like grade in this State, not excepting those 
schools in which cheap scholar* ips have been sold. We desire to ])lace the 
cost of education at the lowest point possible, and thus atford to the nia>ses, 
sound intellectual and moral culture. Board, including washing, (10 pieces,) 



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room and funntiire, per week, $3.80; per year of 40 Aveeks, $152.00. Students 
attending a part of a Term will be charged at the rate of $4.00 per week. Fuel 
for Fall and Winter Terms, each $3.00. Spring Term, $2.00. 

UlTION. pj,^^ TWELVE WEEKS. 

Common English, . . . . $6 00 

Higher ^' . . . . 7 qO 

Scientific Department with Lectures, . 9 00 

Classical, '^ n ^ iq qq 
Incidental charges, Lighting, Heating and Cleaning 

Public Rooms, Halls, &c., . . . . 1 qo 
Total charges in Classical Department, including Board, Washing, Fuel, Inciden- 
tals and Tuition, per year, .... . . 5^19666 



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Music, Drawing, Painting, and Modern Languages, extra, as follows: 

PER TWELVE AVEEKS. 



German and Freneh, each 
Drawinor 

n I • • • • , 

Monochromalics and Pastel Painting, each . 
Painting in Water Colors, 

Oil Painting, ..... 
Piano Music, (with use of instrument for practice.) 
Melodeon Music, . . , , 

Vocal '< . . 



$3 50 

4 00 

5 00 
5 00 

10 00 

15 00 

15 00 

2 00 



Pupils are received at any time. Deduction for absence is made on recommen- 
dation of the Faculty to the Treasurer. No deduction for Board or Tuition for 
absence of ten days or less, at the beginning or the last three weeks before the 
close of the teim. 

Bills payable in advance. 

Wash Bowls and Pitchers furnished at cost and taken back at same price, if 
uninjured. The s;imc rule for Door Keys. 

Five dolhu-s must be left on deposit, on entering, to cover dama-es that the 
student may do. to room or otluu- property. This will be returue([ when the stu- 
dent leaves, in case no injury h;ts been doiK- to room or property. 

TKBMS AM) \'ACATIO\S. 

The Seminary year is divided into three une-iual terms, as follows : 

rOMMKXCKS. ENDS. 

^'■^^'^' "^f''^'^: August 21, 1.S7I. December 13. 

WixTKii Tkrm, January 4, 1872, March 28. 

Si'UiNG Tkum, March 21), l,s72, June 2 1, 

TERMS UF ADMLSSION-. 

1. The Student must he well recommended %s to moral character. The School 
is not desi'j-ned to l)e a House of Refuge. 

2. Must arrange with the Treasurer, all bills, l)efore attending Recitations. 



VACATION. 

3 weeks. 
N(jne. 
9 weeks. 



A. 




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

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

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

N. B. Each Student will be considered a member of the Institution, until due 
notice shall have been given of intention to leave, and permission obtained of the 
President. 

ROOMS AND CLOTHING. 

The rooms are furnished with ail 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. 

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 name. 

APPARATUS. 
The Seminary is furnished with a collection of apparatus, together with full 
sets of Globes, Maps and Charts, and a Cabinet of xMinerals, thus aflbrding facility 
for illustration and experiment. 

DISCIPLINE. 
The discipline is mild, but firm and impartial. While every encouragement 
will be given to the orderly and studious, and due allowance be made tor youth- 
ful indiscretions, yet the lawless and refractory cannot lono- remain a 



mong us. 



RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 
Every Student is required to attend religious services daily, as well as public 
worship, morning and evening, every Sabbath, at such place as parents or guar- 
dians may designate. 

N. B.— Lach Student must be supplied with a Bible, to be read without note or 
Sectarian comment, in the services of the (.^hapel. 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 Institution; the ''Belles Lettres " 
'Mbimma Epsilon," and "Tripartite b'nion," eacii of which prei)ares and reads to 
the school a paper once a month. About 1,700 volumes are in the Societies' 
Libraries. 

MLRIT AND DEMERIT. 

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

A record of demerits is also kept. Tardiness, ViUexcuscd absences from 
required exercises, and all disorderly conduct wdl subject the student to demerit 



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nijirk'?. Ten such marks bring a private reproof before the Faculty; twenty, a 
public reprimand before the whole school; and thirty may send the offender 
away. Sessional reports are sent to parents when requested. 

A WORD TO PARENTS. 

1- il^^Try to have your children here on the first day of the term, hut 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 regu- 
larly 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 rJi^^ 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 sparingly with spending money. Parents cannot be too 
cautious on this i)oint. 

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

X. B.— ThQse last two suggestions are to be regarded as established rules of the 
sciiool. 

j^^^r Studeuis not boarding in the Institution must o])3erve the following addi- 

tional rules : 

1 . At lend Daily Prnyoi-s. 

2. Miisi atKMid all the Seminary Exercises punctually. 

3. Musi sp(Mi.l ilif> intervals between recitations in the Study Hall. 

•'\-''''' ■'"■'";"^'^^ ''^^ =^'^ absence by written excuse without delay, time and 

Tiiii'ihi !• oi recitations being s})ecified. 

r.. Mnst not visit the rooms of boarders without permission. 



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1. During the hours of study, the students shall not be unnecessarily absent 
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 desig- 
nated. 

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. The students shall not be absent from their rooms at night after the 
hour of study indicated by the ringing of the bell, nor shall they 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 
resort, 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 citizens, quarreling, fighting, the 
carrying 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. 

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

9. Cleanliness of person and of apjiarel, and a gentlemanly and lady-like 
deportment must be observed by all. 

10. No water, dirt or other material, shall be thrown from any window in 
the buildings, or down the hot-air Hues, or in the halls after they have been 
cleaned. 

11. Students must have their rooms swept and in order, and their lii^hts 
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 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. 

IG. 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 ^r her room, or boarding place, without 
special permission from the President- 

IH, No stndent will be permitted to leive th(> school during the session, 
without an express rec^uest from the ])arent or guardian, made to the Presi- 
dent, and witli the consent of the I'^aculty. 

10. Any student who, without just cause, shall fail to attend the examina- 
tions, will be considered as und'.'r censure. 

20. Permission to be a))Sent 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. 

22. The Ladies and Gentlemen must not visit each o'Jiers apartments, 
w\alk or ride together, without perraissioUj nor converse together from the 

windows. 

2.']. Students from the neighborhood will not be permitted to visit home at 
such times as will interfere with the I'egular exercises of the school. 

21:. Any olTending student maybe punished, according to the nature of the 
oifence, by private or public rej)roof, suspension, dismission or expulsion. 

2."). Students dismissed op ex{)elled must leave the premises at oni^e. 

2G. None but students can attend the Society meetings, unless by express 
])ermission of" tlie F'aeulty. 

27. No special meeting of the students shall be held at any time, without 
permission ol the President. 

2><. Any temporary ])rudential r<'gulati()n for the government of the school 
that tilt' faculty may see fit to :idoj)t, shall be (wiually binding with these 
By-Laws. 



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CALENDAR FOR 1871 



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Friday, June 16. — Examinations. 

Sunday, June 18, 10^ o'clock A. M.— Annual Sermon, by 
Rev. S. L. Bowman, A. M. 

Monday, June 19. — Examinations. 

Monday, June 19, 8 o'clock P. M.— Annual Address before 
the Literary Societies, by Eev. 0. H. Tiffany, D. D. 

Tuesday, June 20, 9J o'clock A. M.— ExuiBtTroN of Junior 

Class. 

Tuesday, June 20, 2 o'clock P. M.— Reunion of the Bllle- 

Li:ttj:ls Union Society. 

Tuesday, June 20, 8 o'clock P. M.— Glneilvl Meeting of 
THE Alumni, in the Seminary Chapel. 

Wednesday, June 21, i)l o'clock A. M.— Eeunion of the 

GAMMA-ErsiL(/N Society. 



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Wednesday, Juno ill, 8 o'clock P. M.— Musical Smm;ki.:^ 1, 
Prof. Voelklor and his Pupils. 

Thursday, June 22.— Commenclment Exi:r(tsi:s, at 10 
o'clock A. M. 

Thursday, June 22.— Annual ]\rEKTixa oi^ tiii: Stook- 
iioLi)i;i;s, in the Seminary Chapel, at 2 o'clock P. M. 

Thursday, August 24 —Fall Si'ssdn bei>-ins. 



STEJLDVC 



CRACKER Sc BREAD 



A. KEEF£R. 



D. B. ELSE. 




"Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

CmJceSy Ice Vreaiim cind Confections, 



WILLIAMSPORT, PENNA, 




ARTIST ^'' 




Is introducing the NEW STYLE Thotographs caljed the REMBRANDT, 
after the celebrated artist of that name. 

Beiui,^ yui)plied with the latest improved cameras, accessories, and the best 
toimulas known in the business, he is prepared to furnisli everybody witli a 
})h"asin,<x likeness. lie em])loys the best Portrait Painters in New York city, 
lo do his (•()h)rin>^' in Oil, Pastelle, Water colors and India ink, and warrants 
a jileasin;^^ likeness or no charge. 

He has constantly on hand the largest assortment of FRAMES in the city. 
Cialiery, N. E. Cor. Third and Market Street, Williamsport, Pa. 



J. EVANS, Jr. 



M E R C 






IF TAIiLOlE, 



GSNrS FUHHISHINC GOOCS, 



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mm^ww & wwiBMW^9m 



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DEALERS IN 



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GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, 

iS Pile Street, 



^GOLD A ERIG^ 



DEALERS IN 








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WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, 
AND GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS, 

Ho. 9 WAMMM^ S^'UAM'Mli 

WILLIAMSPORT, PENWA. 




NOTIONS, ZBPHYE, SHAWLS, &c., 

AT 

ThG CGntral Ery DoodjS StorG^ 



BY 



BIEf BIOl! & EIiINl. 



CITY FURNITURE STORE. 

Cor. 4th k Hepburn Sts.^ Williamsport, Pa. 

CABINET FURNITURE 



AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. 



UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, 

Metallic Caskets & Shrouds always on hand. 



A. 0. HART, Agent. ) 
J. F. HARRIS, CASHIER, j 



F, N. PAGE 



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A* MBCHSNSA.CM, 

PRATIGAL PIANO MAKER AND TUNER, 



AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 




JVo. 17 West THIRD STREET. WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. 



DEALERS IN 



MOUSE E'UJIWISMIMU ^OOD 



HEATERS, RANGES AND STOVES, 



Sole Agents for 



Rand's American Air-Tight Heaters, 

Enameled Slate Mantels & Brackets Shelves. 

A GEN£RAI. ASSORTMENT OF TIN & SHEET IRON WARE, 

Corner of Fourth and (Pine Streets, 

WilUamsport^ JPa. 



J. W. HAYS ) 

M. II. PHILLIPS. j 



Roofing, Spouting and general Job Work done on short notice. 




• TmsiiMMm ^ E0M9 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 




AND 



I) TR.\INER. 
U. F. TRAINER 



STRAW GOODS, 

Kc. 2T West THIRD STREET, 

Williamsport, Pa. 



MoVEAGH & SCHNEIDER 



E m m. EsmE \my 




N. W. Corner West Third and Market Streets 



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THE CHEAPEST AND THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY 

FOR A 



THOROUGH 





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Vacation from the 20th of June to the 
Ist of September 9 187 1. 



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Jl^^^'As it is probable that J. F. Davis, the founder of the 
Williamsport Commercial College, will dispose of his interest in 
the College on the first of April, 1872, all persons who wish to 
take a course of instruction under him will please remember this 
announcement, and act accordingly. 

j|@°"Students can (^nter at any time, and complete the 
full course in from 8 to 12 weeks. A fair knowledge of the 
common English branches iy all that is necessary to be qualified 
to enter the College. 

Ministers' Sons (under 21 years of age) and Disabled Soldiers 
received at half j>rice. 

Boarding, $4.00, $4.50 per week. 

For i'urther information, Specimens of Penmanship, &c., 
address the Princi])als, 

DAVIS & MITCHELL, 

Ifillianisport, Penna.