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TWENTY-FOURTH 





OF THE 



OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



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■ FOR THE ACADEMICAL YEAR, 



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Amgest 24, 1871, to June 2D, 1872. 

WILLIAMSPORT, LYCOMING CO., PA. 



PHILADELPHIA: 
METHODIST EPISCOPAL BOOK ROOM, 1018 AROH STIiKRT, 

S. W. THOMAS, AoENT. 

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IDIPtECTOIElS- 



Abram UrDEGRAFF, EsQ., President, - WiUiamsport. 

Rev. IliviN H. Tohrence, Secretary, - rhiladelphia, 

Hon. John Smith, ------- Wilhamsport. 

Lewis McDoavell, Esq., - - - - - 

A. A. WiNEGARDNER, ESQ., - - - - 

Samuel Love, Esq., ------- 

Hon. John Patton, ------- CurwensviUe. 

Rev. James Curns, ------- WiUiamsport. 

Col. Jacob Sallade, ------ 



B. L. RICHARDS, Steward and Treasurer, 



Visiting Committees. 

Cm tralirennsylvania Conference. 

Ri;v. D. S. MuNRoE. Rev. H. S. Mendeniiall 

Hon. Jno. Patton. 

Vhiladelpliici Conference. 

Rev. FiiAXGis E. CjiEr.cir. Rev. W. Rink. 



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

Moral Fhiloso2)hi/ and Belles Lettres, 

Rev. H. A. CURRAN, A. M., 

Ancient and German Languages. 

Rev. B. B. ELSE, 

Mathematics. 

R. S. DEVOL, A. B., 

Natural Science, 

GUSTAVUS VOELKLER, 

Instrumental and Vocal Music, 

JOH^r E. BAHN, 

Modern Languages. 

Miss M. ELLEN TANEYHILL, A. M., 

Preceptress^ Mental Philosophy, 
Mrs. E. B. ELSE, 

Painting and Drawing, 

DANIEL HERR, 

Preparatory Department. 

Miss LIZZIE F. BAIRD, 

Primary Department 



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Note. — The following list is iiccossarily inconi]tlete in cmisequonci' of the compiler being unable to 
obtain the catalogues for yo.'ira ending 1852, lsr)S, I !S»51, ; and as no record of naniegj of graduates 
from IKrl to 1858 has been preserved. 

Any Alunmas or friends having catalc),i;ne8 for the above named years, or programmes of com- 
mencements, or names of sxraduates of any year previous to ls5S, will confer a favor on the Alumni 
Association and our Alma Mater by fowarding the same to the compiler Dr. (J. Lane Tanetiiill, 
Baltimore, Md., in order that names may be added to this list. 



NAMES. CLASS. 

Arndt, G. K 18G8 

Alexander, C. T 

Buckalew, W.J 1871 

Beers, L. H 18b<J 

Bowman, A. S 1868 

Brown, J. C 1868 

Brown, J. J 1867 

Barton, F. A. Miss 1865 

Boyton, E. Miss 1861 

Biggs, E. H 1862 

Barton, J. H 1860 

Bennett, H. C. Miss 1858 

Bowman, S. L 1863 

Burnley, C. W 1863 

Biddle, E. Miss 

Beck, M. Miss 1852 

Conner, B. C 1S71 

Carver, W. A 1871 

Comp, J. S 1S69 

Chapman, H. 1868 

Cox, C. S 1866 

Cleaver, L. Mis.s 1SG6 

Calder, M. IMiss 1865 

Crawford, M. E. Miss 1805 

Cooper, A. M. Miss 1864 

Creveling, S. A 1802 

Cnrran, II. A 1858 

Campbell, F. C 1803 

Church, F. E 1863 

Cooper, A. Miss 



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NAMES. CLASS. 

Deavor, E. E. A 1871 

Dietrick, F. P 1871 

Drinkle, M. E. Miss 1867 

De Armond, D. A 1866 

Dill, W. H 

Dill, M. R 1863 

Diemer, J. B 

Essington, N. A 1865 

Elliott, M, T. Miss 1862 

Ebert, A. M. Miss 1860 

Emery, L. Miss 1860 

Ent, W. H 1858 

Emery, M. P 

Emery, E. V 

Friling, lil. Miss 1865 

France, J. E 1863 

Fredericks, D. II. M 1862 

Fidler, C. L I860 

Gaiggs, B. E. Miss 1871 

Gearhart, W. H 1862 

Gray, E. J 1858 

Green, M. A 

Gere, H. Miss 1852 

Gere, S. Miss 1852 

Green, H. Miss 1852 

Ilahn, L, S. Miss 1871 

Harris, I. P. Miss 1870 

Harman, A. E. Miss 1868 

Hollopeter, S. G. M 1866 

Ilimes, T. B 1865 



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Hippie, T. C 1865 

Hammond, W. A 1864 

Howes, A. Miss 1864 

Hartraan, Clara Miss 1863 

Halenbake, S. E. Miss. ...1862 
Haughawout, S. F. Miss.. 1862 

Hepburn, A. H 1862 

Hutchison, J. G 1862 

Hyman, S. R. Miss 1860 

Haupt, G. H 1860 

Herr, A. M. Miss 

James, Harry 1866 

Jackson, C. G 1858 

John, D. C 

John, G. W 

Kline, E. B 1868 

Kress, W. C 1859 

Law, F. S 1868 

Long, H. E 1868 

Loudenslager, R. S. Miss. 1867 

Lovel, A. M. Miss 1866 

Levan M. Miss 1864 

Lowe, A. S. Miss 1803 

Markle, A. M 1871 

Murray, T. H 1867 

McDowell, C. Miss 180)6 

Mason, T. Miss 1806 

McDowell, A 1866 

McDowell, I. Miss 1805 

Mitchell, M. J. Miss 1865 

Massey, A. E. Miss 1864 

Mussina, M. A. Miss 1864 

Melick, 0. B 1864 

Mussina, Helena Miss. ...1862 

Miller, R. J. Miss 1800 

Madill, G. A 1858 

Mussina, L. Miss 

Mendenhal, H. S 

Nash, F. S. Miss LS65 

Norcross, W. H 1805 

Nash, K. E. Miss 1860 

Oliver, A. S. Miss 

Opp, J. A 1.S70 

Porter, E. S. Miss 1806 



X (jcil LiKjj /Jl, ,. ,, ,,1 OOo 

Poisal, R. E 1858 

Pott, R. R 1858 

Packer, M. Miss 1852 

Packer, S. Miss 1852 

Ransom, K. E. Miss 1867 

Reighard, S. S. Miss 1866 

Riddle, E. Miss 

Riddle, M. E. Miss 

Spangler, J. L 1871 

Strohm, W. H 1870 

Steinmetz J. L 1868 

Strine, M. J, Miss 1869 

Smith, H. E 1866 

Spottswood, L. M. Miss... 1865 

Souder, R. L Miss 1865 

Sangree, P. H 1865 

Saylor, J. S. Miss 1862 

Schoch, A 1862 

Schofield, E. L 1862 

Sliver, W. A 1862 

Swengle, D. F 1860 

Smith, T. J 1863 

Scoville, J. E. Miss 1863 

Sadler, W. S 1863 

Taneyhill, C. W.... 1868 

Townsend, W. T 1866 

Tanevhill, G. L 1858 

Taneyhill. M. PI Miss ...1857 

Taneyhill, S. A. Miss 1853 

Taylor, J. W 1863 

Vail, B. C Miss 1869 

Vanderslice, J. A 1863 

Wincgardner, S. II. Miss. 1870 

Woodward, J 1867 

Watson, F. E. IMiss 1865 

Woodiu, D. Miss I864 

Wat.son, F. A I8O4 

Weigle, D. H I8G2 

Way, E. F 1863 

Yocum, E. H 1868 

Young, J. B 1866 

Yocum, J. J I863 

Yocum, G. M I860 



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CJLABS GMADUATIia. 
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Miss Lida Rebecca Harris, A. B. 

"iss Florence Dale, B. S. ' '"~'- 

Miss Susan Thompson Jones, B. S. 
Isaac Pennington Campbell, A. B. 
Kobert Porter Campbell, A. B. 

Nathan Buckingham Smith, A. B. 

Francis Asbury Crawford Clarke, B. S. 
Jonathan Guldin, B. S. 



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Mi**^, Alfarett^ 

Miss Pj' jecca E. Ber'^lor. 
M:ss Fannie M. ]J'i:l. 

Mifts Emma L. Ricliards. 

Miss Annie E.^Spottswood. 
Charles C. Benscoter. 
Frank G-. Harris. 

Pussel P. Heilman. 

James W. Madara. 
William A. May. 



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STTJIDEISTTS. 



LADIES. 



NAMES. 



Allen, Clara 
Artman, Ellen 
Auer, Julia 
Ball, Alfaretta 
Bender, Rebecca E. 
Brewer, Ida M. 
Buck, Hattie 
Buck, Kate 
Cummings, Sara K. 
Dale, Florence 
Dart, Libbie 
Eberle, Kate 
Else, Flora 
Else, Gertie II. 
Estabrooks, Nettie V. 
Fesslor, 

Fricker, Carrie 
Gibson, Ida - 
Hall, Fannie 
Hammer, Katio 
Harden Octavia ]\I. 
Harris, Lida R. 
Heisler, Armenia - 
Houghtaling, Jennie A. 
Hughes, Cordia E. - 
Hunter, Annie E. 
Jones, Maggie J. - 



EESIDENCES. 



Williamsporf^ 



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Welhmlle, N. Y. 
Broiun's 3IiHs^ 
Williamsport^ 
Flemming, 



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Williamsport^ 
Slifer^ 

WilUamsporty 
Vineland^ N. J. 
Wtlliamsportj 
Neivhury, 
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I'alttniorc^ Jlld.^ 

William^port^ 
Slate Iload^ N, Y, 
Linden^ 
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NAMES. 



Jones, Sue T. 
KauU, Martha J. - 
Kinsloe, Lucy E. 
Kreamer, Susan E. 
Knight, Lizzie G. 
McDowell, Fannie E. 
Moltz, Ellen E. 
Moltz, Emma L. 
Musser, Alice R. 
Musser, Agnes T. - 
Owens, Ella J. 
Owens, Amanda 
Petrey, Mary 
Price, Alice 
Price, Ida - 
Rothrock,' Mary F. 
Reece,*^Mary F. 
Richards, Emma L. 
Riley, Asia J. B. 
Rissel Emma P. 
Sailor, Clara C. 
ScarfF, Sallie E. 
Sigafoos, Ruth C. 
Slate, Crissie 
Smith, Carrie 
Spottswood, Annie E. 
Stoetzel, Hattie 
Stroup, Sara J. 
Swartz, 
Taylor, Ida A. 
Thomas, Lide 
Tonner, Addle E. - 
Weaver, Kate A. 
Woernle, Lydia 
Wright, Ida AI. 
Zimmerman, Augusta 



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Williamsport^ 

Quakertown^ 

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Washingtorij D. C. 
Williamsporty 



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Williamsporty 
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Washington^ D, C. 

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WiUiamsporf^ 
IfiJesburg^ 
Williamsport^ 

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STTJIDEISTTS. 



NAMES. 



GENTLEMEN. 



Ade, Charles, Jr. 
Allen, 0. L. 
Andrews, F. M. 
Andrews, W. T. - 
Ashcom, W. 0. 
Bailey, J. W. 
Bailey, N. H. 
Baldwin, C. W. - 
Ball, 0. A. 
Baker, G. W. - 
Bargeron, Modeste. 
Beach, D. F. 
Bell, J. E. 
Bell, J. M. 
Benscoter, 0. C. 
Best, P. M. 
Blackiston, W. J. 
Blackledge, James 
Brewer, E. E. 
Brewer, R. W. 
Brewer, W C. 
Brown, John 
Bruhn, Wm. 
Campbell, I. P. - 
Campbell, R. P. 
Clarke, A. C. 
Clarke, W. P. 
Collins, Albert, - 
Cohill, H. G. 
Colburn, C. R. - 
Courier, J. E. 
Coryell, J. G. - 



RESIDENCES. 



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Hopeicell. 
Elimsport. 

New Freedom. 
Upper Cross JR^ds^ Md, 
Wellsville, N. Y. 
Coffee Bun. 

St. Anioine, Canada E. 
Williamsport, 
Leicistown. 
Saladashurg. 
Toirn Line. 
So Ion a. 
Denton^ 3fd. 
St. Clair. 
William sport. 
Fall Brook. 
Williaw sport. 
Waynesboro. 
Williamsport. 
Pine Grove Mills. 



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Williavisport. 



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Cog an Station. 
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NAMES. 



Crosthwaite, J. D. 
Dart, W. A. 
Deavor, J. D. W. 
Dunkel, D. B. - 
Eckersley, Wright 
Eichelberger, G. W. 
Eichelberger, J. C. 
Eldridge, E. 0. - 
Else, J. T. 

Emory, D. E. 

Embick, F. B. 
Evans, G. M. - 
Evans, J. M. 
Fillman, W. IL - 
Forsyth, James 
Foy, J. W. 
Free, S. M. 
Fricker, Charles 
Garneau, Napoleon. 
Gt^tzendanner, W. E. 
Goodwill, Philip 
Goodwill, W. 
Gould, M. F. 
Graham, S. C. - 
Graham, W. G. 
Guise, F. P. 
Guldin, Jonathan 
Hagan, Harry - 
Harden, S. M. 
llarrin^ F. G. 
PLinks, C a. 
]lai]wav, Joshua - 
Hazeii, W. H. 
IIeim,(J. F, 
lleim, 1). W. 
Heilman, R. P. - 
Heller, J. W. 
Hersler, H. G. - 
Herbert, E. 
Hindson, K. W. - 
Hmkle, C. M. 



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Light St. 
Williamsport. 
West Dublin, 
Williamsport, 
St, Clair, 
Hopewell, 



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Camanchej Iowa, 
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Shamokin, 

New Freedom, 

Williamsport. 

St. Antoine^ Canada E. 

Frederick^ lid. 

Shamokin, 

Oneonta^ N, Y. 
Dun cannon. 

Williamsport. 
CoUomsmlle. 
Williamsport. 
Baltimore^ Md, 
Glen hope. 
Walker sville, Md. 
Coopfown^ Md. 
Williamsport. 
Shamokin, 

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Jiuck Mountain, 
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NAMES. 



Hoffman, A. 
Hoffman, N. F. 
Home, A. B. W. 
Hurt, Elisha Jr. 
Jannev, L. R. 
Johnson,' Amos 
* Kaull, J. D. - 
Kear, F. G. 
Keister, H. J. - 
Kelly, W. B. 
Kuntz,' John 
Landon, Truman 
Linn, Claude 
Linn, Harry 
Logan, H. W. 
Macnichol, E. C. 
Madara, J. W. - 
MahafFey, B. C. 
Mav, W. A. 
McDowell, Harry 
MelickT J. P. 
Metzger, J. 0. 
Miller, J. Milton 
Miller, J. Monroe 
Miller, Wm. G. - 
Moltz, Jerome 
Mosser, B. H. 
Mundy, m L. - 
Mundy, R. W. 
Naery, Willie 
Nicodemus, J. D. 
Oliver, Alfred - 
Otto, F. R. 
Penninofton, J. F. 
Porter,^. S. 
Proper, 0. W. - 
Read, A. M. 
Ricker, W. J. - 
Riley, J. U. S. 
Riley, M. S. - 
Riley, W. S. 

* Deceased. 



RESIDENCES. 



Williamsport. 

Ashland. 
Barry, Til, 
Allowaystown N. J. 
Pottstown. 
Quakertown, 
Minersville, 
Clintonville 
Hughesville, 



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Jersey mile ^ III. 

Williamsport. 



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Boaring Springs. 

Newberry. 

Williamsport. 



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Ilollidaysburg. 
Emporium, 
Walkersville, 
Three Springs, 
Du Bois Toivn, 
Williamsport, 

Nfw Cumberland. 
Williamsport. 



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Port Carbon. 
Williamsport. 
Port Boyal. 
Granville Summit. 
Timtpsta. 
Wallaceton. 
Salona. 
Williamsport. 



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NAMES. 



Kitche, M. M. - 
Ehaw W. H. 
Kue, J. W. 
Sage, W. G. 
Sanderlin, J. H. - 
Scarff, J. M. 
Schrade, L. G. - 
Sechrist, J. F. 
Smith, Charles - 
Smith, C. W, _ 
Smith, N. B. 
Spottswood, W. E. 
Speer, J. B. 
Speer, E. W. 
Sp¥out, C. E. - 
Stayton, C. P. 
Stevens, V. C. - 
Stone, J. L. 
Taylor, Joseph - 
Trapp, Wm. 
Trimmer, J. W. - 
Tull, J. E. 
Turner, E. B. 
Turner, Wm. 
Ulman, H. M. - 
Updegraff, H. R. 
Watkins, E. G. - 
Wilcox, A. L. 
Wise, V. G. 
Wolf, F. B. 
Zimmerman, George 



RESIDENCES. 



Iloaring Springs. 
Catawissa. 
Onancook^ Va, 
Emporium^ 
Quakertown. 
Taylor, Md. 
Williamsport. 
Stewartstown. 
Williamsport 
Lamar, 
Berwick. 
Epworth^ Iowa. 
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Havre de Grace, Md. 
Hustontown, 
Leroy. 

Shenandoah City, 

Williamsport. 

York Springs. 
Marion Station, Md, 

Wallaceton. 
Jed do. 

William,<port. 
i^ewherry. 

Bennington Furnace. 
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COURSE 01^ §TUB¥. 



Upon completing the following Course, the Student will be entitled to the Degreft^ <of Bachelor of 
Arts. To those who omit the languages a Scientific Diploma will be given. Those not wishing to 
complete the Course, can pursue such studies as they desire, subject to the action of the Faculty. 



PEEPAEATOEY YEAE. 



FIRST TERM. 



Spelling and Defining, 
Geography, 
Arithmetic — Mental, 
Arithmetic — Written, 
English Grammar, 
History United States, 



SECOND TERM. 



Reading, 

Geography and Map Drawing, 

English Grammar, 

General History, , 

Arithmetic, 

First Lessons in Latin, 



Composition and Declamation, 



THIRD TERM. 



First Lessons in English Composition, 

Elements of Algebra, 

General History, 

Latin Grammar and Reader, 




Composition and Declamation. 



Parker and Watson^ 

Mitchell. 

Brooks. 

Robinson. 

Clark. 

Goodrich. 



Parker and Watson. 
Mitchell. 
Clark. 
Anderson. 
Brooks, 
llarkness. 



Quackenbos. 
Loomis. 
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Harkness. 



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eiAIDUATIFK COUISIE. 



FIRST YEAR. 



FIRST TERM. 
English Grammar, 
History of Rome, . 

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Physical Geogra[)lij, ..... 

Algebra, .... 

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Latin— Reader, Ca-sar, 
Greek — Grammar and Lesson 

SECOND TERM. 

Advanced Composition and Rhetoric, 

History of Rome, 

Algebra, , . . 

Physical Geograpliy, ..... 

Latin— Virgil, . . . ^ . ^ 

Greek — Grammar and Lessons, 

THIRD TERM. 

Advanced Composition and Rhetoric, 

Natural History, 

Algebra, ....... 

Latin — Virgil, 

Greek — Reader, 

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Classical Antiquities, 

^ During thk YEAU—Ortliography, Reiding, Composition. 
Vocal Music. 



Clark. 
Liddell. 
Mitchell. 
Loomis. 
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Goodwin. 

Quackenbos. 
. Liddell. 
Loomis. 
Mi'chell. 
Chase. 
Goodwin. 

Quackenbos. 

Hooker. 

Loomis. 

Chase. 
' Goodwin. 

Haird. 
Declamation, and 



SECOND YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

History of Grcpcc, 

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Biblical Anticniities 

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Constitution of tlifi Suited States 

Physiology, . 

Geometry, 

Latin— Salust; Cicoro — Orations, 

Greek—Homer— Iliad, 

Latin and Greek Prose Compositions 



Smith. 

Nevin. 

Hancock. 

Hitchcock. 

Loomis. 



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History of Greece, 

Natural Philosophy, . 

Mental Philosophy, 

Geometry, . . • . 

Latin — Cicero — de Senectute, 

Greek — Herodotus, Greek Testament, 

Latin and Greek Prose Composition, 



THIRD TERM. 

Mental Philosophy, .... 

Evidence's of Christianity, ; — 

Natural Philosophy, .... 

Trigonometry, .... 

Latin — Livy, ..... 

Greek — Xenoplion — Memorabillia, 
Latin and Greek Prose Composition, 

THIRD YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Moral Philosophy, . • . • • 

Chemistry, ..... 

Analytical Geometry, .... 

Geology, . • . . • 

Zoology, ...... 

Greek — Plato — Apology and Crito, 

SECOND TERM. 

Logic, . . • . . 

Moral Philosophy, • . . • 

Chemis ry, . 

Astronomy, . . • . . 

Calculus, ...... 

Latin — Cicero — de Officiis, 
Greek — Demosthenes — Orations, 

THIRD TERM. 

Botany, ...*.. 

Butler's Analogy, . . . • 

Calculus, ...... 



Smith. 

Peck's Ganot. 
Winslovsr. 
Loomis. 



Arnold. 

Winslow. 
Paley. 

Peck's Gauot. 
Loomis. 



Arnold. 



Wayland. 

Youman. 

Loomis. 

Dana's Text Book. 

Agassiz. 



Coppee. 

Wayland. 

Barker. 

Loomis's Elements. 

Loomis. 



Gray's T^essons. 
Emory and Crooks. 
Loomis. 
Wayland. 



Political P]conomy, ..... 

LatiQ — Tacitus — Germania and Agricola, . 
Greek — yEschylus, Prometheus, 

DuRiNQ THE YEAR — P>ench and German ; also, Composition, Declamation, 
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MODERN LANGUAGES. 



GERMAN COURSE. 



Grammar, 

Reader, 

Wilhelm Tell, . 

Jungfrau von Orleans, 

Iphigenie auf Tauris, 

Faust, 

Dictionarj, 



Woodbury. 
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Gfjethe. 
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Adler. 



FRENCH COURSE. 



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



Fasquelle. 



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St. Pierre. 

De Fivas. 

Mme De Stael. 

Victor Hugo. 
Surenne. 



OEITAMEITTAL BRANCHES. 

Drawing and Paintino.— Tbis department receives liberal attention. Superior 
facilities are furnisbed, under a competent Instructor, exclusively devoted to this 
department, for ibe study and practice of Linear and Perspective Drawing, Pastel 
and Monocbromatic Painting, Painting in Oil and Water Colors. 

Mi;sic— Music receives special attention. 

Tbe Ladies are allowed to substitute these branches, together with German and 
Irencb, for some of the higher studies in Mathematics, and for the Greek Lan- 
guage. 

The classes in Mensuratio., Leveling and Surveying, are practiced in the use of 
tbe Quadrant and other instruments, and in I'lotting. 

In the department 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 and Kuhner's 
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Anthon's Classical Dictionary, Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biogra- 
phy and Mythology, Ramshorns's Latin Synonyms, Robinson's Lexicon of the New 
Testament, and Forbigers Ancient Geography, are recommended as books of 
reference. 

Lectures will be giv^n 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 oiher poers, 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 
teachinsr. 



A Biblical Class will also be formed for tue b^niefii of such as have the 
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WiLLTAMSPORT is OTIC of the most beautiful and healthy places in the State. It 
has never been subject to epidemics of any kinil. Many coming to the School 
sickly, have retiiraed fully reS'Ored. The location is central and accessible frorn 
ill quarters. Iliilroads bring us within a few hours' ride of Elmira, Lock Haven, 
Erie, Danville, Pottsville, Harrisbur^^, IloUidaysburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore and 
New Yi)rk. No more desirable position for a Seminary of Learning can be 
found. 

ORGANIZATION. 

The school is organized on tlie most approved plan of the best institutions of 
New York and Xew England. It embrices both sexes, under the same govern- 
ment and instruction. The Members of the Faculty occupy apartments in the 
buildill^^ f^at at the sa-n-^ table, and have a constant oversight of all the Students 

The Ladies' prirate and public rooms are entirely ircparate from the others, and 
there is no association of the sex^es but in the presence of their instructors. 
The Lad es and (r ■niUjnen have less freedom of inter courjse here than at home. 

The ha()py inlbiencp, mutualh/ exerted in their blight association in the recita- 
tion-room, at the tible, au 1 in the public exercises of the chapel, is to be seen in 
the cultivation of a cheert;il 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, hare established the 
fact that the best ])l m 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. 

ACCOMMODATIOXS. 

The Buildings will accommodate (two in a room) over two hundred Students. 
Tliey are brick, heated by furuaees in the cellar, and supplied with water. The 
rooms are large and wcdl ventilated. In the entire arrangement of the buildings 
grent care has been taken lor the comfort and health of the occupants. The 
grournls contain about five acres, alfording suflicient room for exercise and play. 

EXPENSES. 

By the following 1 st of prices it will be seen that our total charges are quite as 
low as those of any institution of the like grade in this State, not excepting those 
schools in which cheap scholarshi s have been sold. We desire to place the 
cost of education at the lowest point possible, and thus afford to the masses 
sound iatCilectual and moral culture. Board, including washing, (10 pieces J 



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room and furniture, per week, $3.80 ; per year of 40 weeks, $152 00. Students 
attend.ug a part of a Term will be charged at the rate of $ t.OO per week Fuel 
for Fall and Winter Terms, each §3 00. Spring Terra, $2.00. 

PER TWELVE WEEKS. 

Common English, , . . . j^^ ^^^ 

^^'^^^^ " . . . . 7 00 

Scientific Department with Lectures, 
Classical, *' u 

Incidental charges. Lighting, Heating and Cleaning 

Public Rooms, Halls, &c., . 
Printing Circulars, &c.. 

Total charges in Classical Departments, including Board, Washiu<^ Fuel Inciden- 
tals and Tuition, per year, ^ '$198 33 

Music^ Drawing^ Painting, and Modern Languages, extra, as* follows': 

PKIt TWELVE WEEKS. 



9 00 
10 00 

1 00 
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German and French, each 
Drawino:, 

Monochroraatics and Pastel Painting each, 

Painting in Water Colors, 

Oil Painting, . . . ^ ! 

Piano Music, (with use of instrument for practice,) 
Melodeon Music, 
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$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 often days or less, at the beginning or the last three weeks before the 
close of the Term. 

Bills payable in advance. 

Wash Bowls and PUchers furnished at cost and taken back at the same price if 
uninjured. The same rule for Door Keys. ' \ 

Fi^ve dollars must be left on deposit,' on entering, to cover damages that the 
^tudGntmaydo to room or other property. This will be returned wh.n the stu- I 
dent leaves, in case no injury has been done to room or ])roperty. 

TERMS AND VACATIONS. 
The Seminary year is divided into three unequal term^, as follows: 

COMMENCES. ENDS. 

Fall Term, August 29, 1872, Decpmber 18 

Winter Term, January 9, 1873, April 2. 

Spring Term, Aprils, 1873, June 25. 

TERMS OF ADMISSION. 

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

2. Must arrange with the Treasurer,\ll bills, before attending Reeitations. 



TA CATION. 

3 weeks. 
None. 
9 wei ks. 



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a. MiMt t;i1<(> at l«>as( four stiidie?. unlc s excusod by the Faculty. 

4. Mirii^rs ini-;t d-.-pM-^ii with the Pre-i-hMit all sj.otidiug niouey, to be returned 
iu such amoniits as h.' uiay think hcst, 

5 Must agri'e to comply with ail the Hules and Reguhilions of the School. 

N. B. Each Student will be considered a nuMnb^r of the Institution, unlil due 
notice sliall have been given of intention to leave, and permission obtained of the 
I^re^ident. 

ROOMS AND CLOTHING. 
The rooms are furnished with all heavy articles, but the Students must bring 
their own sheets (for double beds,) pillows, ])illow cases, blankets, counterpaneg 
and towels, and find their own brooms, mirrcjrs, coal oil and lamps. 

kStudents should be supplied with warm, durable clothing, heavy boots ^and 
shoes, an umbrella, and a pair of siij)pers to be worn while in the building. All 
afticlt^ of CoO/Iunj s'lonUl lie car>[f'uUi/ marked wilh tlte fu'l ii>ime. 

APPARATUS. 

The Seminary is furni>h"d with a collection of app'^ratus, together with full 
sets of Globes, Maps and Charts, and a Cabinet of Minerals, thus affording facility 
for illustration an i experiment. 

DISCIi'LlNF]. 

The diseipliu'^ is mild, but firm arid impartial. While every encouragement 
will be gifen to theor<lerIy and studious, and due allowance be made for youth- 
ful i[idiscretions,yi't the lawless and refractory cannot long remain among us. 

i:kli(;ioi:s skPvV1(;ivS. 

Every Student is re(iuired to attend religious services daily, as well as public 
worship, morning ami evening, excry Sabbath, at y^urh jdace as farents or guar- 
diaiif) iniiij (IfsiijU'ife. 

N- P'. I'.icli SiuiKnt nnnt be sn]'[.]ied with a Rible, to la^ read iritJijiit note or 
Sfftd/ ),ni rnmiiL- lit ^ in the s( r\ ires (jf the Cliapel. The whole school read in 
concert. 

I.ITKRAPV SoriPTiPS. 

P)C-i<lr-- tlic !t jiil>tr w rt IJy e\ei-c).-es in ( 'oriipnsilion and DtclamaMon , there are 
tlitcc Ihtiiti -liin_^ I.iinary Scictics in tiie Institution, the '^ Helles Lettres '? 
•'GniiiiMi l';p.-ilnii,' :i nd " 'i'np.ii t tc P iiion," e.'Kdi of which prepares and reads to 
the -cli'M)! a piper niirc ;i 111 friih. Atioiit 1, 7*10 volumes are in ihe Societies' 
Libiaric,>. 

MPi:i r AND DP\ii;piT. 

A ^-!l:ct weekly record i -■ kept of all t he exercises of the school from which 
record I lie SMuIch ;.- will be cT.iilcd. 

A record ot Mfiiicni,-; is al>o ]^( pf. Tardiness, unexcused absences from 
re<|iiiied exert i.M'-^^ and all disorderly conduct will subject the Student to demerit 



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marks. Ten such marks brings a private re{)roof before the EacuUy ; twenty, a 
public reprimand before the whole school; and thirty may send the oifender 
away. Sessional reports Are sent to parents when reciuested. 

A WORD TO PARENTS. 

1- Jl@^ Try to have your children here on tlie first day of the term, hui 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 starts regu- 
larly with his class. 

2. If possible do not call them awny duiing the session. Absence, if only for 
a few days, disarranges the class, and is generally tlie beginning of irregularity 
on ttie part of the scholar. 

3. Do not allow your (hildren to leav:; the sckool b( fore the examinations 
unless it cannot be avoided. Serious incotivenience, to all concerned, often 
arises from a neglect of this caution. 

4. Supply them i?<?r7/ .7;fir///y(^y with spending money. Parents cannot be too 
cautious on this point. 

5. Select for your child one of the Instructors n?! a Patron, to distiibute his 
funds. In this way a more judicious use of your moi,ey will be made," and your 
child will be kept from many temptations. 

Jg®^ Students not boarding in the institution must (d)serve the following 
additional rules : 

1. Attend Daily Prayers. 

2. Must attend all the Seminary Pxercises punctnaHy. 

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

4. Must account for all abs<'nce by written excuse without delay time and 
number of recitations being spciified. 

5. Must not visit the rooms of boaidcrs witliout peimissiou. 



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1. During tlie hours of study, the students shall not be unnecessarily absent 
from their rooms. 

2. At the time appointed to attend prayers, recitations, Lecture, or other 
'exeicise, each student shall repair qnicfl// and promptly to the place desig- 
nated. 

3. At no time ^hall any student loiter in the halls, or about the doors, or 
indulge in jiin]])iiip:, wresilintx, loud talking, whi^^tling, or any other unneces- 
sary noise, or soil the building with tobacco. 

4. Tlie studenis 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 m'xed 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 licjuors. 

5. All jtrofane and indecent language, ])laying at games of chance, injur- 
ing the ])r(ipeity of the Institution or of citizens, quarreling, fighting, the 
carrying of (ire-aims or other dangerous weajions, are strictly forbidden. 

C). No student shal! leave the limits of the town for a longer time than one 
ln)ur wiiliout j)eimissi()n from the President. 

7. Kacli studs, lit will be he! 1 strictly accountable for any damage he or she 
may cau.-e to the S(niinary pro[)erty. Damages bv unki own pur.ies may be 

assessed on tlie school. 

8. Hie Tc.'kIk rs must, at all times, have acces« to the students' room and 
if it he ju<!it!l n(cc-sir\, the rooms will be cleaned at the *^xpense of the 

occii iiant s. 

!♦. Clcaiiliii's-^ (if person [and of appaiel, and a gentlemanly and lady-like 

depoi ! nicnt ii;u:-l he oh-crvcd hy all. 

10. "\t)\\;it(r, <i;ri oroihir iiiviteriMl. shall be thrown from nny window in 
t])C l.ui'.dii'^: ^, MTMcnsii liic hot-air liue«, or in the halls atter they have been 

C h ; 1 1 1 ( ■ (] . 

11. ^Mo;( !itF iMii.^f iiavf their rooms 'Jwept and iu order, and their lights 

ex ! iri'ru i>li» d Mt the c-i.m lili.'- Ik d hours, 

\'l. Si) eHi<!« nt win I <' allowed to go bathing, skating, fishing, gunning, 

or ri'ii'ig without jk rni i,-sion. 

13. The stuileuts must not visit the kitihen, (iining-room, or any other 
rodin, ( :.cc])t tlnir owHj w .ihout ju'rmi.^'^ion. 



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14. The Sabbath must be strictly observed by all. No walking about, visit- 
ing, or receiving 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 genllemeu at her own 
room. Friends from a distance can see the ladies in the parlor. 

IG. The young ladies w^ill 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. 

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17. No student shall change his or her room or boarding place, w>uiou 

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 President, 
and with the consent of the Faculty. 

19. Any student w^ho, without just cause, shall fail to attend the examinations, 
will be considered under censure. 

20. Permission to be absent from any exercise must be obtained, if possible, be- 
fore 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 others apartments, 
walk or ride together, without permission, nor converse together from the 
windows. 

23. Students from the neighborhood will not be [)ermitted to visit home ai such 
times as will interfere with the regular (exercises of the school. 

24. Any offending student may be ftuuished, according to the nature (jf the 
offence, by private or public reproof, sus{)ensi(>nj dismission, or exi)ulsion. 

25. Students dismissed or ex})elled must leave the premises at once. 

2(1. None but students can attend the Society meetings, unless by express per- 
mission of the Faculty. 

27. No special meeting of the students shall i>e held at anytime, without per- 
mission of the President. 

28. Any temporary i)iudential regulation for the government of the school that 
the Faculty may see fit to adopt, shall be equally binding wiih these By-Laws. 



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CALENDAR FOR 1872. 



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Friday, June 14. — Examinations. — 

Sunday, June IG, 3 oV'lock P. M.— Annual Sermon, by 
Eev. C. N. Sims, D. D. 

Monday, June 17. — Exa^^iinations. 

Monday, Juno 17, 8 o^clock P. M.— Musical Soiree, bv 
Prof. Voelkler, and his pupils. 

Tuesday, June 18, 9| o'clock A. M.— General Meeting of 

Alu:\ini. 

Tuesday, June IS, 2 o'clock P. M.— Peunton of the Belles- 
Lettres Union Society. 

Tuesday, June 18, 8 o'clock P. M.— Allrfss, before the 
Eelles-Lettres Union Society, by Kev. B. B. Ham- 
lin, D. D. 

Wednesday, June lO, 0^ o'clock A. M.— Junior ExhibitioxN. 

W(Mlnesday, June 19, 2 o'clock P. M— Fiecxion of the 

Gamma-Epsilon Society, 

WedneH(]ay, June 19, 8 o'elock P. M.— Address, before the 
Gainma-Ej'silon Society, by Eev. J. P Newman, D. D. 

Thursdav, June 20.~-C()Mmencement Exemcises, at 10 
o'clock A. M. 

Tliursday, June I'O.—Axxr-AL Mfetix.; or the Sto. :k- 
holdeus, in the Seminary Chapel, at 2 o'elock P. M. 
Thursday, August 20.— Fall Session be^rins. 



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FINANCIAL TRUSTS CAREFULLY EXECUTED. 



We transact a regrulrtr Banking Business— the same as an incorporated Bank; 
deal in Bonis, Stocks, Gold, Silver, Beveriue Stamps, &r. 

Interest allowed on Deposits by special agreement. 

We draw direct on England, Ireland. Scotland, Germany, France, <^c. 

We will receive Bonds, Stocks, Deeds and other valuable papers, for tafe deposit 
in ciur vaults, subject to a moderate j early charge. 



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Particular attention taken in the making of Children's Pictures. 



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Metallic Caskets & Shrouds always on hand. 

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Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

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FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &c, &c. 

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GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

HATS, CAP8, TRUNKS, VALISES AND TUAVELLNTG BAGS, 
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CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICINAL USE. 

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"Physicians' Prescription? carefully compounded. 



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Stereoscopes and Views^ Albums, Artists' Materials, 

DECALCOMANIE, WAX for Fruit & Flowers, GLASS SHADES. 
Parian Ware, Bohemian^ Alabaster & Lava. 

REAL par:s bronze, 

ROGERS' STATUETTES, WALL POCKETS, 

And articles of every description in Plain and Carved Walnut. 




Window Shades Metal and Moulding Cornices, 

Curtain Bands and Loops. Piotare Cord, 

Tassels^ Avails and Hooks, ^-c. 



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J6@°-Speciiil Httention given to the Framing of all kinds of Picturei. 

CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES AND SLEDS. 



French and German Mirror Plates, Store 

Fronts, Window and Picture Glass, 

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Music Store is one of ihe 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 celebra- 
ted makers in this country : 

STEINWAY & SONS, New York. 

CHiCKERING &SONS,-Boston. 

A. WEBBER. New York. 

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Also SHEET MUSIC & MUSIC BOOKS, PIANO STOOLS, 

Embroidered Piano Covers &c. 



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

a®* Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired by leaving direc- 
tions at the Store as above. 

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ALSO, THE LARGEST AND FINEST COLLECTION OF 

STANDARD, MISCELLANEOUS & PEOFESSIONAL WOEES, 

TO BE FOUND OUTSIDE OF THE LARGER CITIES, 

A FULL LINE OF STATIONERY. 

ADAPIKD TO THE \V.\NTS OP 

STUDENTS and tho COMMUNITY GENERALLY. 



NEWS DEPOT IN CONNECTION. 



Mso, Wall Pap en Wmdow Shades, Plctur-e 

Cords, Tassels, <j-c. 



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