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TWENTY-FIFTH 



ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



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VV^ILLIAMSPORT 





ii[Kins0t|^ S^ttl^^^^S 



FOR THE ACADEMICAL YEAR, 



FROM 



AUGUST 29th, 1872, TO JUNE 25th, 1873, 



Wii.LiAMsroRT, Lycoming Co., Pa. 



WILIAMSPORT, PA.: 

HeI,I,EI4, T^AEDLKIN & Co., PllINTERH, 

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WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY 



x)xi^:eotoE;S. 



Akiiam UPDE(iRAFF, EsQ., President, 
Lewis McDowell, Esq., Secretary, 
Hon. John Smith, - - , 

A. A. WlNE(:lARDNER, EsQ., 

Samuel Love, Esq., 

Hon. John Patton, 

Rev. James Curns, - - . 

George Slate, Esq., - . , 

Hon. Eli Slifer, ... 



Williamsport. 



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(yurweiisville. 
Williamsport. 



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Lewisbiirg. 



B. L. RICHARDS, Steward and Treasurer, 



Central Pe)ui><i/lva)ila Conference. 
Rev. T. Barnhart. Hon. John Patton. 

Kev. T. Sherlock. C. AV. Ashcom, Esq. 

riiiladelphla Conference, 
Ri:v. Noble Frame. Rev. H. R. Calloway 



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

Moral Philosophy and Belles Lettres. 



Rev. B. B. ELSE, 



Mathematics. 



R. S. DEVOL, A. B., 

Natural Science. 



JOHN E. BAHN, 



Ancient and Modern Languages. 



Miss M. E. V. PARDOE, 



Mrs. E. B. ELSE, 



Precejitress, Mental Philosoj^hy. 



Painting and Drawing. 



Mrs. ADA D. BLACKMAN, 

Instrumental and Vocal Mime. 



DANIEL HERR, 



Preparatory Department. 



Miss LIZZIE F. BAIRD, 

Primary Department. 



WILLIAMS TOUT DK'KINSON SEMINARY. 



ALUMNL 



Note.— The following list is necessarily incomplete in consequence of the compiler 
hclug unable to obtain the catalogues for years ending 1852, 1&58, 1861 ; and as no record of 
names of graduates from 1852 to 1858 has been preserved. 

Any Alumnus or friends having catalogues fortlie above-named years, or programmes 
of Commencements, or names of graduates of any year peevious to 1858, will confer a 
favor on the Alumni Association and our Ahna ^^latcr by forwarding the same to Prof. 
R. S. Devol, Williamsport, Pa., in order that names may be added to the list. 



NAMES. 

Arndt, C. K. 
Alexander, C T. 
Buckalew, W. J. 
Beert<, L. H. 
Bowman, A. S. 
Brown, J. C 
Brown, J. J. 
Barton, F. A. Mi,<s 
liovton, E. Miss 
Big^^s, E. H. 
Barton, J. H. 
Bennett, H. C. Miss 
Bowman, S. L. 
Burnley, C. W. 
Biddle,^ E. Miss 
Beek, M. Miss 
Cam])bell, I. P. 
Campbell, R. P. 
(^larkis F. A. C. 
Conner, B. C. 
Carver, W. A. 
Comp, fj. S. 
Chaj)man, 11. O. 

Cox, (y. S. 

Cleaver, L. Miss 
(aider, M. Miss 
Crawford, M. E. Miss 
Cooper, A. M. Miss 
Crevelin^, S. A. 
(Jurran, 11. A. 
Cam])bell, F. C. 
Cooper, A. Miss 



CLASS. 

1868 

1871 
1869 
1868 
1868 
1867 
1865 
1864 
1862 
1860 
1858 
1863 
1863 

1852 

1872 

1872 

1872 

1871 

1871 

1869 

1 868 

1866 

1866 

1 865 

1 865 

1864 

1862 

1858 

1863 



NAMES. 

Chureh, F. E. 
Dale, Florence Miss 
Deavor, E. E. A. 
Dietriek, F. P. 
Drinkle, M. E. Miss 
l)e Armoud, D. A. 
Dill, W. H. 
Dill, M. K. 
Diemer, J. B. 
Essington, N. A. 
Elliott, M. T. Miss 
Ebert, A. M. Miss 
Emery, L. Miss 
Ent, W. H. 
Emery, M. P. 
Emery, E. V. 
Friling, M. Miss 
France, J. E. 
Fredericks, D. H. M. 
Fidler, C. L. 
Guldin, Jonathan 
Griggs, B. E. Miss 
(Jearhart, W. H. 
Gray, E. J. 
Green, M. A. 
Gere, H. Miss 
Gere, S. Miss 
Green, H. Miss 
Harris, L. R. Miss 
Hahn, L. S. Miss 
Harris, I. P. Miss 
Harman, A. E. Miss 



CLASS. 

1863 
1872 
1871 
1871 
1867 
1866 



1863 

1865 
1862 
1860 
1860 

1858 



1865 
1863 
1862 
1860 
1872 
1871 
1862 
1858 

1852 
1852 
1852 

1872 
1871 
1870 
1868 



NAMES. 

Hollopeter, S. G. M. 
Himes, T. B. 
Hippie, T. C. 
Hammond, W. A, 
Howes, A. Miss 
Hartman, Clara Miss 
Plalenbake, S. E. Miss 
Haughawout, S. F. Miss 
Hepburn, A. H. 
Hutchison, J. G. 
Hyman, S. R. Miss 
Haii])t, G. H. 
Herr, A. M. Miss 
Jones, Sue T. Miss 
James, Harry 
Jackson, C. G. 
John, D. C. 
John, G. W. 
Kline, E. B. 
Kress, W. C. 
Law, F, S. 
Long, H. E. 

Loudenslager, R. 8. Miss 
Lovel, A. M. Miss 
Levan, M. Miss 
Lowe, A. S. Miss 
Markle, A. M. 
Murrav, T. H. 
McDowell, C. Miss 
Mason, T. Miss 
McDowell, A. 
McDowell, I. Miss 
Mitchell, M. J. Miss 
Massey, A. E. Miss 
Mussina, M. A. Miss 
Melick, O. B. 
Mussina, HehMia Miss 
Miller, R. J. Miss 
Madill, C;. A. 
Mussina, L. Miss 
Mendenhal, H. S. 
Niish, F. S. Miss 
Norcross, W. H. 
Nash, K. E. Miss 
Oliver, A. S. Miss 
Opp, J. A. 
Porter, E. S. Miss 



CLASS. 

1866 
1865 
1865 
1864 
1864 
1863 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1 8()0 
1 860 

1872 
1866 

1858 



1868 
1 859 
1868 
1868 
1867 
18()6 

1 864 
1863 
1871 
1867 
18()6 
186() 
1866 
18()5 

1 865 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1862 
18()0 
1 858 



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1865 
1860 

1870 
1866 



-Accidentally omitted in their alphabetical 



VINSON SKMINAKY. 


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NAMES. 


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ri.Ass. 


Pearce, A. 


1 «r,8 


Poisal, R. E. 


\MH ' 


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 


I 


Riddle, M. E. Miss 


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Smith, N. B. 


. 1872 . 


Spangler, J. L. 


1871 


Strohm, W. H. 


1870 


Stein metz, J. L. 


1868 1 


S trine, M. J. Miss 


1 8()1) ! 


Smith, H. E. 


18()() 1 


Spottswood, L. M. Miss 


1 8()5 ! 


Sender, R. L. Miss 


1865 ^ 


Sangree, P. H. 


18()r) 1 


Savior, J. S. Miss . 


1862 i 


Sclioc'li, A. 


1862 


Schofield, E. L. 


1862 1 


Sliver, W. A. 


1862 i 


Sweijjile, I). F. 


1860 1 


Smith, T. J. 


l^i):] ' 


Sc(n-ill(', J. E. Miss 


1 HiV^ ! 


Sadler, W. S. 


186:^ 1 


Tuiievhill, C. W. 


1868 i 


Town send, W. T. 


186() i 


Tanevhill, (J. L. 


1 858 ! 


Taneyhill, M. E. Miss 


1857 1 


Taney hill, S. A. Miss 


185;] 


Tavlor, J. W. 


186:] 


Vail, B. C. ^^iss 


1861) i 


V^anderslice, J. .V. 


186:] 


Winegardner, S. IL Miss 


1870 I 


AVoodward, d. 


1867 


Watson, F. E. .Miss 


1 ^ih) 


Wood in, J). Miss 


1864 ! 


Watson, F. A. 


1864 


Weigle, I). H. 


1862 


Way, I^:. F. 


186:^> 1 


Yocum, E. H. 


1 868 


Young, J. B. 


1866 


Yocum, J. J. 


1 H(V.] 


Yocum, G. M. 


1860 


''\Furst, A. 0. 




^^Furst, C. (1. 


1852 


order. 


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WIl.l.lAMSI'OKT DICKINSON SKMINAUV. 



CLASS CPvADUATING. 

JUxNE 25. 1873. 



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Miss Einnia Louisti Rielianls, A. J^. 
Miss Rebecca Jane Stolz, A. J^. 

Miss Mary Eleanor Massov, R. S. 

Miss Annie Eiiinger Simttswood, B. S. 
William Andrew May, A. B. 

Francis Graham Karris, I], S. 

James Wesley Madara, R. S, 



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JUNIOR CLASS 

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Annie M. Kckhert. 

Miss Sallie A. Ileynolds. 

Miss Mao;^ne Warren. 

K. I*. IfcMlman. 

L. R. Janncv. 

J. I). Nicodemu.s. 



WILLIAMS I»()IIT I)I( KrXSON SKMrXAKV 



sa?TJX)EisrTS- 



LADIES. 



NAMES. 



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Allen, Clara 

r>ndd, Mary S. 

Buck, Hattie 

Buck, Kate 

Burrows, Laura E. 

l>rewer, Ida M. 

lUickinoham, Lizzie 

Curns, Mary E. 

Caswell, 8. Nettie - 

( ^ary, Mary F. - 

Dart, Libbie 

Day is, Ennna J. 

Deyol, Ella S. { aiHsir (Ht/ij.) 

De Moyer, Ella 

Eckbert, Annie M. - 

Else, H. Gertie 

Elway, May L 

Essino-ton, Kutli 

Frey, Lillie E. 

Fricker, Carrie 

(Jiyen, Alice ^\. 

(libson, Ida 

(leorgia, Elenora A. 

(Joodfellow, Ella J. 

(ioodfellow, Lillie M. 

Hall, Alice L. - 

Hunter, Mary 

Hunter, Laura Kat(^ 

Hawkins, Minnie W. 

Hudson, Virgie P. 

Haughawout, Emma 

Hughes, Cordie E. 

Hill, l^elle - 

Hall, Fannie 

Hesser, Annie 

Hughes, Minnie 



KKSIDKNCKS. 



Williamsj)ort. 
Pemberton, N. J. 
Flemminir. 



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Williamsport. 



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J^loomsburtr. 
Williams[)()rt. 
Afton, N. Y. 
Fishkill, N. V. 
AVilliamspoi't. 



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Montoursyille. 
Selinsgroye. 
Vinehuid, N. d. 
Altoona. 
Williamsport. 






Penovo. 
\Villiamsj)ort. 



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dearfield. 



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Kenoyo. 
Northumberland 



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New York City. 

Williams})ort. 

Wallaceton. 

Linden. 

Williams})oi-t. 

Milesburu-. 

Altoona. 

DanyilU\ 



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NAMES. 



Kaull, Mattie J. 
Kniglit, Lizzie G. 
Kinsloe, Lucy E. 
Kraiise, Laura - 
McKin.«try, Anuie M. 
McDoweir, Alice 
McDowell, Fannie - 
Myton, Fannie E. 
Mc^NIurray, Kate V. 
- iVIctzger, Annie M. 
JMoItz, Florence V. - 
^lartin, Florence 
:\ra.<sey, M. Ellie 
Zinsser, Alice R. 
Musser, Agnes T. 
.McCloskev, Jennie M. 
-Nutt, Josephine 
Olmsted, Estelle 
Olmsted, Marion T. 
Owens, Ella J. - 
Owens, Amanda 
Price, Ida 
Petrey, ]\Iary 
Pattison, Ijcssie 
Polsarovc^ Mamie 
Keese, Bessie L. 
Kohl), Jennie G. 
Keiley, Jennie 1^. 
Pansom, Mattie E. 
Pansoin, Miuuie O. 
liiehardson, ]\[ahel 
Pec( (', Mary F. 
Keniiinirer, Ida J. 
Richards, JMuma L. 
licyiiohls, Sallie A. 
Reynolds, Kate H. 
Scnsencv, ( arrie K*. 
Schetrei; Tillie 
Shultz, Rosetta 
Sigafoos, Ruthie G. 
Slat(s (^rissie S. 
Sankev, Emma (-. 
Stolz, 'Rehi(> J. 
Scarff, Sallie 
Strashurg, Garrie 



EKSIDKNCES. 

Quakertovvn. 
AVashington, D. G. 
Willianisport. 



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McKinstry's Mills, Md, 
Willianisport. 



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Manor Hill. 

Huntingdon. 

Wi]liams])ort. 



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Oil Gty. 
^lilllieim. 

Ileiner. 

Pemherton, N. J. 
Williams])ort. 






Vvnu Haven. 
Willianisport. 



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Bel lelo lite. 
Muncy. 

\Villiams])ort. 



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Oneonta, N. Y. 
Wallaceton. 
Willianisport. 
Washington, I). i\ 
( larion. 



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Lin wood, Md. 
Willianisport. 



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Pight Street. 
Newherry. 
Taylor, Md. 

Willianisport. 






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NAMES. 



Spottswood, Annie E. 
Turnbach, Mary G. 
Turubach, Emma N. 
Thomas, Lide 
Thomas, Sadie 
Taylor, Ida 
Tonner, Addie 
Turk, Ellie 
Trainer, Emma L. - 
^Trostle, Jennie E. 
Uhl, Rique - 
Voelkler, Helen M. 
Welker, Garoline 
Warren, Maggie 
Williamson, Ellen - 
Webber, Mollie M. 
Weaver, Kate 
Wright, Ida 
Welty, Mollie P. 



RESIDENCES 



Williamsport. 
Black Greek. 



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lamsport 



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Glearfield. 
Milesburg. 
Willianisport. 



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Gliambersburg. 
Williamsport. 






Jersey Shore. 



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Altoona. 
Williamsport. 



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Grettysburg. 



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STTJIDE3^TS. 



GENTLEMEN. 



NAMES. 



Allen, Chas. L. 
Ade, Chas. A., Jr. 
Ague, George 
Bariihart, J. H. 
Belford, R. V. 
Baker, B. E. 
Bakhvin, A. S. 
BreAver, E. E. 
Brewer, W. C. 
Blackistoii, W. J. 
Benscoter, C. C. 
Brittain, M. I. 
Boyd, J. H. - 
]k4l, J. M. 
Bailey, N. H. 
Bryan, James 
Baliet, A. S. 
Bruner, E. W. 
Bowman, II. K. 
l^owman, J. AV. 
l^owers, C. J. 
Baker, (J. W. 
Biddle, V. L. 
("lark, W. K. 
(Harke, W. P. 
(\)llins, Albert 
Cart(M% n. T. 
Christie^ J. H. 
Crosthwaite, J. I). 
('rouse, (f. L. 
Coi'sou, Harry 
( \)rs()n, Charles 
(\)hill, 11. (4. 
( 'rawibrd, (J. \V. 
Dart, W. A. 
I)()l)])i(^, fl. fl. 



RESIDENCES. 



Williamsport. 

Wallaceton. 
Phillipsburg. 
Cogaii Station. 
Liberty, Md. 
McConnellsburg. 
Williamsport. 

Denton, Md. 
Town Line. 
Haverhill, Mass. 
Frankford, Philada. 
Salladasburg. 
New Freedom. 
Williamsport. 
Orefield. 
Sunbury. 
Williamsport. 

Renovo. 

Eagle Foundry. 

Hugliesville. 

Catawissa. 

Williamsport. 

Denton, Md. 
Aberdeen, Md. 
Light Street. 
Williamsport. 

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Lonaconing, Md. 






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NAMES. 



Deckery J. B. 

DunlapL George M. 

Deavor,U. D. W. 

Drumheller, O. K. 

Evans, G. M. 

Evans, J. M. 

Else, C. E. - 

Ellis, David 

Emory, D. E. 

Evilhaire, Augustus 

Free, S. M. - 

Fricker, Charles - 

Fry, Joseph - 

Fugate, Stephen - 

Farnsworth, J. C. 

Frontz, W. C. 

Gross, T. F. - 

Gearhart, E. B. 

Goodwill, William 

Graham, W. F. 

Gilbert, F. A. 

Gibson, C. C. 

Gregory, D. W. 
Hanks, H. R. 
Hammond, G. D. 
Heilman, R. P. 
Hawkins, A. W. 
Hagan, Harry 
Hinkle, Charles 
Hagan, Willie 
Heim, C. F. 
Hindson, R. W. - 
Herbert, E. J. 
Herr, J. M. 
Harris, F. G. 
Hawley, W. E. - 
Humes, J. D. 
Haley, C. E. 
Harris, T. A. 
Hill, W. B. 
Janney, L. R. 
Jackson, J. L. 
King, G. E. - 
Kear, F. G. 
Krause, Allen 



RESIDENCES. 



Altoona. 
Ranch's Gap. 
West Dublin. 
Sunbury. 
Williamsport. 



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Eckley. 
Williamsport. 



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New Freedom. 
Williamsport. 



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Julian Furnace. 

Sunbury. 

Hughesville. 

Schnecksville. 

Hughesville. 

Shamokin. 

Duncannon. 

Frankford, Philada. 

Williamsport. 

Cottage. 

Walkersville, Md. 

Williamsburg. 

AVilliamsport. 






Shamokin. 

Buck Mountain. 

Ebervale. 

Salona. 

Glen hope. 

Williamsport. 



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Monongaliela City. 
Buck Mountain. 
Hughesville. 
Allowaystown, N. J, 
Williamsport. 
Catawissa. 
Minersville. 
Williamsport. 



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WILLrAMSrORT DTCKINSON SKMINAKY. 



NAMES. 



Kerlin, J. F. 
Kerr, Daniel 
Loveland, 11., Jr. 
Linn, Harry 
Linn, Herbert 
Landers, C. S. 
Lentz, H. W. 
McDowell, William 
McDowell, Harry 
]\IcDowell, Join/ 
McDowell, C. L. 
Mattern, E. (). 
Musser, C. S. 
Miller, J. M. 
Mack, Oeoroe 
IVIetz<>:er, J. C. 
Marshall, J. W. 
]\[iller, AVilliani G. 
Mundy, H. L. 
jVIussina, T. S. 
Moltz, Jerome 
Moore, F. H. 
Melick, J. P. 
jNIadara, »I. W. - 
Macnichol, F. ('. 
^Nlacnicliol, N. A. 
]\Iillei*, George 
j\[ay, W. A. 
jMowrv, II. F. 
MiuuW. R. W. - 
]\Iill('r, W. II. II. 
iNIiddlrtoii, William 
iVlock, d. I). 

.AI(( lo^kv, M. J. 
]\Ic(;hee;S. II. 
]\liller, J. A. 
?s i('()(I(Mnus, d. I ). 
Xaei'v, Willie 
()tt(»;F. ]{. - 
( )wens, ( uM)r*''(; 
J^ardoe, W. fl. 
ProiuT, (). \V. - 
Fri('(\ Samuel 
Focock, AllxM't - 
V\uvi\ W. 1*». 



IllOSIDENCES 

Sanbnry. 
Centre Hill. 
Lamar. 
Williamsport. 

Afton, K Y. 
Williamsport. 

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Phillipsbnrg. 
Aaronsburg. 
Three Springs 
Ebervale. 
Emporinm. 
Jersey Shore.' 
Dn Boistow^n. 
Williamsport. 



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(jrreensboro, Md. 
HoUidaysbnrg. 
Roaring Springs. 
Philadelphia. 



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AVilliamsport. 



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Bedford. 
Williamsport, 



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jVIahanov. 

Jeddo. 

Heiner. 

Glen Union. 

Williamsport. 

Walkersville, Md, 

Williamsport. 



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Lewisburc:. 
Tionesta. 
Williamsport. 
Taylor, Md. 
l^ennington Furnace 



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NAMIOH. 



Queeney, Thos. M. 
Rhawn, W. H. - 
Eeeder, W. F. 
Reiley, U. S. 
Reiley, W. S. 
Reiley, M. S. 
Reese, T. L. J. 
Rhodes, J. G. 
Reid, John 
Rishel, J. A. W. — 
Robinson, L. R. 
Steiner, Harry 
Smith, C. W.' 
Shelly, J. A. 
Schrade, L. G. 
Stayton, C. P. 
Stewart, J. G. 
Sprout, C. E. 
Stroll, J. C. 
Styer, E. R. 
Sayidge, W. L. 
Scarff, C. R. 
Smith, H. K. 
Turnback, J. H. 
Turner, W. H. 
Troxell, D. H. 
Turner, E. B. 
Tilton, Curtis 
Turner, R. F. 
Tonner, J. AV. 
Taylor, A. R. 
Ulman, L. I^. 
A^oelkler, Louis 
Van Valzah, Robert 
AVandling, J. \\. 
West, E. (^ 
Williamson, C. E. 
Webber, Harrv W. 
AVatson, Thomas 
Waters, H. L. 
Watkins, E. (J. 
Zimmerman, G. A. 
Zimmerman, E. E. 
Zimmerman, Otto 



KESIDENCES. 



Eberyale. 
Catawissa. 



ii. 



AVilliams2:)ort. 



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Baltimore, Md. 

Williamsport. 

Lonaconing, Md 

Centre Hill. 

Cogan Station. 

Philipsburg. 

Lamar. 

Hoguestown. 

Williamsport. 

Hayre de Grace, 

Williamsport. 

Picture Rocks. 

Sunbury. 

Morgantown. 

Sunbury. 

Taylor, >Id. 

Williamsport. 

Black Creek. 

Jeddo. 

AVilliamsport. 

AVallaceton. 

Philadelphia. 

Hazleton. , 

Milesburg. 

AVilliamsport. 



Md. 



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Spring Mills. 
AVashington, iS. »). 
New AVindsor, Md. 
Jersey Shores 
Altoona. 
AVilliamsport. 
Neff's Mills, 
l^ennington Fui*nace. 
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Upon completing the following c:ourse, the .student will be entitled to the Degree 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. 



PREPARATORY YEAR. 



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FIRST TER]\I. 

Spelling and Defining, 
Geography, 

Vrithmetic — Mental, . . • . 

Vrithmetic— Written, 
English Grammar, 
History United States, 

SECOND tp:rm. 
Reading, . . . . 

Geogra])liy and Maj) Drawing, 
Englisli (grammar, 
(lenera] History, 
Arithmetic, 
First Jx'ssons in Latin, 



Worcester. 

Monteith. 

Brooks. 

Robinson. 

Clark. 

Barnes. 

Parker and Watson. 

Monteith. 

Clark. 

Anderson. 

Brooks. 

Harkness. 



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THIRD TERM. 

English (x ram mar, 
Elements of Algebra, 
General History, 
Latin Grammar and Reader, 



Clark. 
Loomis. 
Anderson. 
Harkness. 



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GRADUATING COURSE. 



FIRST YEAR. 



FIRST TERM. 

First Lessons in English Compositions, 

History of Rome, - 

Physical Geography, 

Algebra, . - - - 

Latin — Syntax, CiBsar, 

Greek — Grammar and Lessons, 

SECOND TERM. 

Advanced Composition and Rhetoric, 

History of Rome, - 

Geometry, . , • - 

Physical Geography, 

Latin — Syntax, Virgil, 

Greek — Grammar and Lessons, 

THIRD TERM. 

Advanced Composition and Rhetoric, - 

Natural History, 

Geometry, - - . - 

Latin — Virgil, 

Greek — Anabasis, - . - 

Classical Antiquities, - - 



Quackenbos. 
Liddell. 
Mitchell. 
Loomis. 

Goodwin. 



Quackenbos. 

Liddell. 

Loomis. 

Mitchell. 

Chase. 

Goodwin. 



Quackenbos. 
Hooker. 
Loomis. 
Chase. 

Baird. 

Arnold. 



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Latin and Greek Prose Compositions, - 

DuRiNo TiiK Year — Orthography, Reading, Composition, Dec- 
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SECOND YEAR 

FIRST TER^J. 

History of (rreece. 
Biblical Antiquities, 
The Scic^iice of Governiiient, 
Physiology, ... 

Algebra, .... 

Jjatin — Saliist ; Cicero — Orations, 
( Jreek — Homer — Diad, 
Latin and Greek Prose Compositions, 

S ECO XI) TERM. 

History of Greece, 

NatiH-al Pliilosophy, 

Mental Pliilosophy, . . . 

Alicebra, .... 

Latin — Cicero — de Senectute, . 

( ireek — Homer — (h-eek Testament, 

Latin and Greek Prose Com])osition, 

THIRD TERM. 

^lental Philosoi)hy, 
iM^idences of diristianity, 
Xatui'al Philos()})hy, 
Triuonometry, 

Latin — Liyy, . . '. . 

( J reck — Xcnoj)hon — Memo ra hi Ilia, 

Latin and (JrcH'k Prose Composition, 

THIRD YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

floral IMiilosopiiy, 

Chemistry, 

Analytical ( Jcomctry, 

.Vstronomy, 

Latin — Horace. 

(Jrcck- I*lato — Apology and Crito, 



Smith. 
Nevin. 
Alden. 
Hitchcock. 
Loom is. 



Arnold. 



Smith. 

Peck's Ganot. 
Win slow. 
Loom is. 



Arnold. 



Winslo\y. 
Pa ley. 

Peck's Ganot. 
Loomis. 



Arnold. 



Wayland. 
Youmans. 
Loomis. 



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Logic, . . ... 

Moral Philosophy, . 

Chemistry, 

Geology, .... 

Calculus, 

Latin — Cicero — de Officiis, 

Greek — Demosthenes — Orations, 



Coppee. 

Wayland. 

Youmans. 

Dana. 

Loomis. 



THIRD TERM. 

Zoology, . . , ^ 

Botany, ..... 

Butler's Analogy, 

Calculus, 

Political Economy, 

Latin — Tacitus — Germania and Agricola, 

Greek — Demosthenes, 

. During the YEAR-French and German ; also, Composition, 
Declamation, and Elocution. 



Agassiz. 
Gray's Lessons. 
Emory and Crooks. 
Loomis. 
AVayland. 



MODERN LANGUAGES. 



Grammar, 

Reader, 

Wilhelm Tell, . 

Jungfrau von Orleans, 

Iphigenie auf Tauris, 

Faust, 

Dictionary, 

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



GERMAN COURSE. 



Woodbury. 



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Schiller. 
•Goethe. 
Adler. 



Fasquelle. 



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St. Pierre. 
De Fivas. 
Madame De Stack 



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Surenne. 



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ORNAMENTAL BRANCHES. 

Drawincj ANT) Paintincj.— This department receives liberal 
attention. Superior facilities are furnished, under a competent 
Instructor, exclusively devoted to this department, for the study 
and practice of Linear and Perspective Drawing, Pastel and 
Monochromatic Painting, Painting in Oil and Water Colors, 

Music. — Music receives special attention. 

The ladies are alloAved to substitute these branches, together with 
German and Frencli, for some of the higher studies in Mathematics, 
and for the Greek Laiuniaire. 

^ The classes in Mensuration, Leveling, and Surveying, are prac- 
ticed in the use of the Quadrant and other instruments, and in 
Plottino;. 

In tlie (lepartmciit of Aiicioiit Languages, the classes are prac- 
ticed in oral and written exercises in Latin and Greek, throughout 
the Course; and, in the tliird year, in writing translations from 
Latin into Greek, and from Greek into Latin. In addition to the 
hooks ahove named, Zumpt's Latin Grammar and Kuhner's Greek 
(xrammar are used. 

Antlion's Classical Dictionary, Hmitli's Dictionary of Greek and 

Ronian ]}iograi)]iy and Mythology, Ramshorn's Latin Synonyms, 

Kohinsoii's Lexicon of the New Testaiucnt, and Forhiger's Ancient 

Geography, are recommended as hooks of reference. 

Lectun's will l)e given from time to time in the various depart- 
ments. 

The classes in th.. First Year of Academic studies liave exercises 
ill n.ading and aiialy/.ing WilUm, Thomj)son, and other poets, in 
cmin<.<-ti..n wi!ii a course of familiar Lectures on the Principles of 
J'>ng!ish Grammar. 

A XouMAi, Class will he lurmed, (when re(iuired ), and special 
attention will he given t., Ili(,se who may wish to prepare themselves 
for the im]}ortant duties of teachint:'. 

A liini.icAi, Class will also he formed for the henefit of such as 
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LOCATION. 



WiLLiAMSPORT Ls oiic of tlic iiiost bcautiful and healthy phices in the State. It has 
never ])een subject to epidemics of any kind. :Many coming- to tlie School sickly have 
returned fully restored. The location is central and accessible from all quarters. Kail- 
roads bring us within a few hours' ride of Elmira, Lock Haven, Erie, Danville, Pottsville, 
Ilarrisburg, llollidaysburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York. Xo more desirable 
position for a Seminary of Learning can be found. 

ORGANIZATION. 

The school is organized on the most approved plan of the l^est institutions of New 
York and New England. It embraces botli sexes, under tlie same government and 
instruction. Tlie members of tlie Faculty occupy apartments in the l)uilding, eat at the 
same taljle, and have a constant oversight of all the Students. 

The Ladies' private and ])ublic rooms are entirely separate from the others, and there 
is no association of the sexes but in the presence of their instructors. The Ladies and 
Gentlamii have less freedom of mfereouvf^e here than at home. 

The happy inlluence, midnalhj exerted in tlieir slight association in the recitation-room, 
at the table, and in the public exercises of the chapel, is to l)e seen in the cultivation of a 
cheerful and aniiuated disposition — in the formation of good ha])its and maimers, in 
ardent devotion to study, and in the attainment of high moral character. These, witli 
many other valuable results, have established the fact that tlie l)est plan for a scliool is, 
according to the evident design of Providence in the constitution oi' society, on tlie ])asis 
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 sui)plied with water. The rooms are large 
and well ventilated. In the entire arrangement of the buildings great care has been taken 
for the ccmitbrt and health of the occui^ants. The grounds contain about live acres, 
allbrding suiricient room for exercise and play. 

EXPENSES. 

P>y the following list of i)rices it will l)e seen that our total charges are quite as low as 
tho.H^ of any institution of the like grade in the State, not excci)tiiig those schools in which 
cheap scholarships have been sold. AN'e desire to place the cost of education at the lowest 
point i)ossible, and thus allbrd to the mas.^es sound intellectual and moral culture. 
Board, including washing, (10 pieces), room Jind furniture, per week, $;.hO; per year of 10 



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weeks, mim. Students attending a part of a Term will be charged at the rate of S4 00 
per week. Fuel for Fall and Winter Terms, each ^3.00. Spring Term, ^2.00. 
Tuition, 

Common English, 

Higher '* ...,_' 

'* Scientific Department, with Lectures, 

" Classical " « . _ _ 

Incidental charges, Lighting, Heating and Cleaning Public Rooms" 
Halls, &c., --.,,__ ' 

Printing Circulars, &c., 

Janitor's Services, 

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



PER TWELVE WEEKS. 

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- 7 00 

9 00 

10 00 

1 00 
50 
50 



German and French, each. 

Drawing, - . . _ 

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



PER TWELVE WEEKS. 

- ^=3 50 

■ 4 00 — ^ 

- 5 00 
5 00 

- 12 00 
15 00 

- 15 00 
2 00 



Piano Music, (with use of instrument for practice), - 

Melodeon Music, 

Vocal Music, ----... 

Pupils are received at any time. Deduction for absence is made on recommendation 
of tlie 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 Term 

Bills payable in advance. 

W.;sh-bowls and Pitchers furnished at cost and taken back at the same price, if unin- 
jured. The same rule for Door Keys. 

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

TERMS AND VACATIONS. 

The Seminary Year is divided into three unequal terms, as follows : 

COMMENCES. _ ENDS. 

August 28, LS73. December 17. 

January 8, 1874. April 1. 

April 2. 1874. June 24. 

TERMS OF ADMISSION. 

1. The Stu.lent must be well recommended as to moral character 
designed to be a House of Refuge. 

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

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

4. Minors must <leposit with the President all spending money, to be returned in such 
amouiUs as he may tliink best. 

5. Must agree to c(miply with all the Rules and regulations of the School 

N R-Kach Student will be considered a member of the Institution until due notice 
shall have been grven of intention to leave, and permission obtained of the President. 

ROOMS AND CLOTHING 

The rooms are furnished with all heavy articles, but the Students must bring their 
own sheets, h>r double beds), ,>inows, pillow cases, blankets, counterpanes, and L c 
and find their own brooms, mirrors, coal-oil and lamps * 

Students should be supplie<l with warm, durable clothing, heavy boots and shoes an 
nmbre la, and a pair of slippers to )>e worn while in the building. \a articles of ZlZ 
i^hoiiUl hr ciiirJnUij marked wi(h the fuU vame. itounru/ 



Fall Term, 
Winter Term, 
Sprinc; Term, 



VACATION. 

o weeks. 
None. 
9 weeks. 



The School is not 




APPARATUS. 

The Seminary is furnished with a collection of apparatus, together with full sets of 
Globes, Maps, and Charts, and a Cabinet of Minerals, thus affording facility for illustra- 
tion and experiment. 

DISCIPLINE. 

The discipline is firm, but mild and impartial. While every encouragement will be 
given to the orderly and studious, and due allowance be made for youthful indiscretion 
yet the lawless and rdfractory cannot long remain among 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 guardians may designate. 

N. B.— Each Student must be supplied with a Bible, to be read without note or sectarian 
comment, in the services of the Chapel. The whole school read in concert. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

Besides the regular weekly exercises in Composition and Declamation, there are three 
flourishing Literary Societies in the Institution : the " Belles Lettres,'' " Gamma Epsilon," 
and " Tripartite Union,** each of which prepares and reads to the School a paper once a 
month. About 1,700 volumes are in the Societies' Libraries. 

MERIT AND DEMERIT. 

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

A record of demerits is also kept. Tardiness, unexcused absences from required 

exercises, and all disorderly conduct, will subject the Student to demerit marks. 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. JKg^ Try to have your children here on the first day 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 starts 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 sparingly with si)ending money. Parents cannot ))e too cautious 
on this point. 

5. Select for your child one of the Instructors, as a patron, to distribute bis funds. In 
this way a more judieicms use of your money will ])c made, and your child will be kept 
from many temptations. 

JTiy -Students not boarding in the Institution must observe the following additional 
rules : — 

1. Attend Daily I'rayers. 

2. Must attend all the Seminary Exercises punctually. 

3. Must spend the intervals ])etween Recitations in the Study Hall. 

4. Must account for all a])sence by written excuse without delay, time and number of 
recitations being specified. 

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1. During ihe lioi.rs of study tlic students slmll not he unucces.arily absent irom their 
rooms. 

?.. At the tiino appointe.l to alton.l jirayers, recitations, l.ectt.re, or other exercise each 
student sliall repair qidcll!/ ami, jmrniptly to tlie phice desisnateil. 

^ :!. At no time shall any student loiter in the halls, „r about the doors, or incluk-o in 
junipniK, wresthns, loud talkius, whistling, or any other unneeessary noise, or soil the 
building Willi tobacco. 

1. The students shall not be absent lVo,„ their rooms at night alter the hour of study 
indicated by the ringing of tlic bell, nor sl,all they atten,! parties or mixed assemblies 
Uitliont permission Iroin Ihe President; nursliall they at any time visit taverns, eating- 
houses, „r other places of public resort, or on any occasion indulge iu the use of intoxi- 
catnig Ji(iuors. 

r>. All ,,rolane and in.lecent language, playing at games of <.liauce, ininrin.' the 
properly of the Institution or of citizens, „„arreling, liglitlug, the .-arryiug ,;f lire-arms or 
other dangerous weapons, are strictly forbidden. 

fi. No student sliall leave ll,e limits of the town for a longer time than one hour wdth- 
ont permission from Ihe 1're.sideut. 

7. Kach slu.lent will be held stri,.|]y accouuta.ble for any damage he or .she may cause 
lo ibe Seminary property. Damages by uuknown parlies may be asse.s.sea on the'school 

.s. 'Ihe 'leachers must, at all limes, have access lo Ihe ...udeuts' rooms, and if it be 
judgod necessary, the rooms will be cleaned at the expense of the occui-ants 

:.. Cleanln.ess „r p,,,,,„ ,„„, „, ,,,,,„,,,,.,,„, ., g,,,„emanly and ladylike deportmeut 
must be (»l)serve(l ]iy all. 

bi. -N-o water. ,lirl, „r otlier material, shall be thrown from any «iu.low iu the buibl- 
n.gs, or down the hot-air lines, or in Ibe balls ahcr Ihev have been clcancl 

n. .siudenls ,„,st have their rooms sw.,„ and in unler, and their lights extinguished 

at tlie e'^ta))bshe(l liours. \ ^ 

'-■''" '""'•■•" "■'" '"■ ^•"""■'^■'' "' =" '«"'i"o, .filing. Ilshing.gnnuing.or ridin.^ 
witliout ]»enmssi(iu. ^'^''^'.-.> 

l:;. The stndenis m,,., „„t visit the kit,-!,..,,, dining-room, or any other room except 
their own, without permission. .--Aieia 

1 I. Th.. Sabbath „n,.t be strietly observed ),y all. X., walking about, visilh,.^ or 
.v.c,v,ng visits. Will be allowed. Al, must atlcud public wor.ship twice .luring the day 
al sinl, places as they or their guardians may prefer. ^ ' 

Is No lady shall.al any lime, receive call's fn.m genllemeu at her own room Friends 
lromadiMaii<ecanscelliela<liesinlliei.arlor. JiKUds 

l'^. ■n.e young ladies will not be alh.wcd to leave the .Seminary grounds, at anv time 
-''■•■''U.en„,ssion ; aiid tlK^gctitietiien will be re.stricte.l at the discretion of the ,4X^^ 




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17. No student shall chau.i,^c his or her room, or boardiu.u; place, without special 
l)crmission from the President. 

18. No student will be permitte<l 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 who, 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, before the 
absence occurs. 

21. No student will be permitted to leave any class witliout the consent of the Faculty. 

22. The ladies and gentlemen must not visit each others apartments, walk or ride 
togetlier, without permission, nor converse together from the windows. 

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

21. Any offending student may be punished, according to the nature of the offence, )jy 
private or public reproof, suspension, dismission, or expulsion. 

2."). Students dismissed or expelled nuist leave the premises at once. 

20. None but students can attend the Society meetings, unless by express permission 
of the Faculty. 

27. No special meeting of the students shall be held at any time, withC)Ut permission 
of the President. 

28, Any temporary prudential regulation for the government of the school that tlie 
Faculty may see fit to ad.>i)t shall l)e equally binding with these Py-Lavvs. 



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CALENDAR FOR 1873. 



Thursday, June 19— Examinations. 
Friday, June 20— Examinations. 

Sunday, June 22, 3 o'clock p. m.— Annual Sermon, by Rev. John 
S. Deale, D. D., of Baltimore. 

Monday, June 23, 8 o'clock i>. M.-Musical Soiree, by Mrs. 
Blackman and her pupils. 

Tuesday, June 24, 9^ o'clock a. m.— Junior Exhibition. 

Tuesday, June 24, 2 o'clock r. M.-Reunion of the Belles-Lettres 
Unifen Society. 

Tuesday, June 24, 8 o'clock p. M.-Address, before the Belles- 
Lettres Uniou Society, by Rev. Thomas Guard, of Balti- 
more, Md. 

Wednesday, June 25, 10 o'clock a. M.-Coramencement Exercises. 

Wclncsday, June 25, 2 o'clock p. M.-Annual Meeting of the 
Stockholders, in the Seminary Chapel. 

Thursday, August 28— Fall Session begins. 



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deal in Bonds, Stocks, Gold, Silver, Revenue Stamps, &c. 

Interest allowed on Deposits by special agreement. 

We draw direct on England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, France, <i'C. 

We will receive Bonds, Stocks, Deeds, niid other valuable papers, for safe deposit in our 
vaults, subject to a moderate yearly cliargc. 



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BLANK BOOKS & STATIONERY GENERALLY. 

.MalVi' ;;'■ nvi'ail 'aul'"''"'^^'-^ ^'■""';' ''^ I'-'-t^'-o. at the n.ost liberal .lisconnts from 

J- D. WALL AC B, 

Comiuij^siou Bookseller and Sttitioner. 







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WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



JOHN S. JOIffBS di^ GO.^ 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

HARD^WARE, 

No. 21 West Third Street, 



(Opposite the Court House,) 



WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



D. TRAINER & SON, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

HATS, CAPS, FURS, 



D. TR.MNKR. ) 

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No. ?u West Third Street, 

WILLiAMSPORT, PA 



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The hiro;est iind most successful Agency in tlie city. 



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L. MeDOV/ELL, 

JVo. 24 East Third Street, Williamsport, Fenn'a, 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 






BUILDING }m GENER/L H/RDW ARE, 

FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &c., &c. 



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L. Li. STEARMS- 

DEALER IN ^ 

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CARrKTs, Oil Cloths, &c., &c. 

e/Vo. 1 West Third Street. 




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WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



Agmi for thm Mctws ^Qwims Mm&Mne. 



L. SHEFFER, 



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Merchant Tailor, 



DEALER IN 



FINE CLOTaiN&, CLOTHS, CASSIMSRES, i GENTS' FUmSHINff MODS, 
J^o.J7JPine^Street, Williamsport, Pa. 

T. S. UlffDERHILL, 

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Munson's Fine Boots and Hand-Made Calf Boots 



MILTON HUBER. 



N. C. VANDERSLICE. 




HuBER & VaNDERSLICE, 



WHOLESALE AKD BETAZL 



No. 5 East Third Street, 



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Choice Wines and Idquors for Medicinal use, Urushes, J^erfumery and 
Toilet Articles. l^Iiysiclans^ J^rescriptions accurately compwanded. 



~A. W. F. McCOLLIN'S 



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(Opi>osite City Hotel,) WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 

PHOTOGRAPHS in all the LATEST STYLES, and satisfaction guaranteed in every 
instance. PRICES TO SUIT ALL. Just received, a large invoice of FRAMES of all 
sizes and kinds. Particular attention taken in the making of CHILDREN'S PICTURES. 



J. T. MASSE, 

Manufacturer of Clothing, 

MARKET SQUARi:, 



WILLIAMSPORT. PA. 



PHCENIX BLOCK 

IS ONE OF 

THIEJ STJCGESSES OIF "V7'ILXjZ-A.nynS:POE;T, 

JVo. 32 East Third Street. 

Harinton solicits a call from Strangers, Students, 

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ARTISTS^ MATESRIALiS^ 

Engravings and Pictures of all kinds, 

/Stereoscopes and Views, Albums, 

DSCALCOHANI^. Ul FOE miT AND FLOWERS, Ull SHADES, 

Parian Ware, Bohemian, i\labaster & Lava, 

HEAL rAiiis nnoNZE, uonEiiS' stituejttijs, wall rOCKETS, 

And articles of every description in Plain and Carved Walnut. 

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Whidoiv Sh(((les, Mdal and MoiddiiKj Cornice^, Cnrtahi Bands afid 
JjOO]}.^, Picture Cord, Ta-ssds, JVail^ (Did Hooky, ^ etc., 

FRAMES 

Oi' all styles and varic^ties at the lowest rates to be found in the city. 

if/i •S])iH'iul attention jjjiven to the Franiint; of all kinds of Pietnres." i:Oi 
CHILDREN S CARRIAGES AND SLEDS. 




Freui'Jh (iiid (4er mail Mi rror Plates, Store Fronts, 

Wiiidoiv (uid Picture Glass, 



at Wliolesale and Retail. 



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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 : 

^WEINjWAY ^ ^ONjBt New YQrk, 

QMigKEmiNQ ^ BQNm, BQStam 

A., WEBBBE,, NjQw YQrk., 
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THE ROOM IS KEPT BY 



D. S. AlffDRUS & GO.^ 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



PIANOS, 

PIANOS, 

PIANOS, 

Warvanted for 7 Years. 

The Celebrated Organs made by Geo. Wood & Co., 

JiostoHf Mass. Warranted for 5 Years. 

CABINET ORGANS, BY MASON & HAMLIN. 
Also^ Sheet Music and Music liooJcs^ 

PIANO STOOLS, EMBROIDERED PIANO COVERS, &c. 



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

J5@^ Pianos and Organs tuned and repaired by leaving directions 
at the Store as above. 



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WiLLIAMSPORT, PA.J 



D. S. ANDRUS & CO. 



R. C. CHASE & CO., 

,jY(). 40 West Third Street, 

V7ILLIAMSP0ST, PA., 



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Engravings and Pictures of all kinds, 

Stej'eoseopes ajid Vieirs, AlJnuns, 

mmm\i mi m m\i and flowsrs, mi shades, 

Parian Ware, Bohemian, Alabaster & Lava, 

in: A I. iwiiis ii/ioyzij, laxiEns' sr tri i:tti:s, wall j^ochurs, 

And articU- <>(' every il'>^<'r!i»tion in l'];iin ami rarvcd Walnut. 

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WiiKhnr SJiadrs^ }f(t(il and Mould i 11 (/ Connrr.^^ Ciirfaln Pxnid.^ afid 
Jjoops^ Picfurc. Cord^ Td-^^-scl.^, Xai/s <tiid Ifoo/cy.^ cCv\, 

FRAMES 

Oi' :ill >tyk'> and vai'ictics at the lowest rates to he ioiiiid in the eitv. 

4®=* S] '(-rial aUrnlidii ui\Tn lo liu' l-'raniiiii; (if all kinds ol" Piclnrcs. .. 'i 

CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES AND SLEDS. 

FiriH'h fill (I (-iernian Mirror Plafes, Store Fronts, 

Wludoir (did Piet u re (Hloss, 

at Wliolc-ah' aial Krtail. 



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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 he seen Pianos from the three most celebrated makers in 
this country : 

QMIQKEmiNQ ^ 8QN8, Boston.. 

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THE ROOM IS KEPT BY 



D. S. AlffDRUS & GO.^ 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



PIANOS, 

PIANOS, 

PIANOS, 

WarvanU'd for 7 Years. 

The Celebrated Organs made by Geo. Wood & Co., 

Boston, Mass. Wavranti'd fttv .> Years. 

CABINET ORGANS, BY MASON & HAMLIN. 
Also^ Sheet Mffsie and JItisie Jiooks^ 

PIANO STOOLS, EMBROIDERED PIANO COVERS, &c. 



Pianos, iMel()(kM)ns and (iihinet Organs are kept to rent. Tlie 
rent a{)|)lied \i' t\\i' instrument is purchased. 

i5®" Pianos and Organs tuned and rej)aired hy leaving directions 
at the Store as ahove. 



WiLLIAMSrORT, Pa, j 



D. S. ANDRUS & CO. 



JOSEPH GILMORE 





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KEKI'S ON HAN]) ALL TIIK TEXT BOOKS ryEJ> IN THE 

WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



ALSO, THK LAR(;EST AM) FINEST COLLKOTION OF 



Standard, Miscellaneous and Professional Works, 



TO HE EOINl) OUTSlliE OK THE LAUilElt CITIES. 



A FULL LLNL oi STATIONERY 



A1)A1"1'F1) TO TIIK WANTS OF 



STUDENTS AND THE COMMUNITY GENERALLY 



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WILUAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



ALSO, THE LARGEST AND FINEST ('OLLECTION OF 



Standard, Miscellaneous and Professional Works, 



TO BE ForXI) OUTSIDE OF THE LAROER (TTIES. 



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