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ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



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OI^IF-IOEI^S J^InTID STXJIDE.1SrTS 



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,WILL] AM SPORT 



f)idkii|^^oi^ >^eir|ii|kry, 



FOR THE A C ADEMIC AL YEAE, 



FROM 



AUGUST 28tli, 1873, TO JUNE 25tli, 1874, 



VVrLLIA.MSP(U{T. LvroMJNO (N>., |>A. 



WILLI AMSPORT, PA.: 

(iAZETTK AND BULLETIN PRINT. 

1874. 



WILLTAMSPOIiT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



IDII^EOTOI^S. 



Abram (Jpdegraff, Esq., President, 

Lewis McDowell, Esq., Secretary, 

Hon. John Smith, 

A. A. Winegardner, Esq., 

Samuel Love, Esq., 

Hon. John Pai ton, 

Rev. James Tlrns, 

iiEORGE Slate, Esq., 

Hon. Kli Slifer, 



Williamsport. 



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|Curwensville. 
Williamsport. 



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S. J. PAR DOE, Steivard and Treasurer. 



^isiTiisro oonv.i:iyniTTEEs. 



CESTRAL rESSSYLVANTA CONFERENCE, 



Hev. a. I). V(H'( M, 

PeV. J. 11 McilAKKAII, 



John D. Stewart 
W. F. Sadler 



riULA DELPHI A CONFERENCE. 



Pev T. B \eelv, Rev. S. A. Heilner, Rev. W. Coffman 



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williamsport DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



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:p.a.oxjxjTY. 



REV. EDWAKD J. GRAY, President, 

MORAL rHILOSOrHY AND BELLES LETTRES. 

REV. B. B. ELSE, 

MATHEMATICS. 

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.lOHxN E. RA UN, 

ANCIENT AND MODERN LANGUAOES. 

B Y R N 0. W HI T h], 

NATURAL SCIENCE. 

MISS M. K. V. I'ARDOE, 

PRECEPTRESS, MENTAL PHILOSOPHY. 

MRS. E. B. ELSE, 

PAINTING AND DRAWING. 

GUSTAVU8 V(EJvK L K R, 

INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL MUSIC. 



DANIEL MERR, 

PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 

MISS MA (J (J I E (\ ('l>A RKE. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



WILL I A. MS POUT DICKINSON SEMINAIIY 



■^T-,TJli/L2>TX. 



NoTK.-TUe tollowitis: list is necessarily inconnlotc in r.<msp,n,on..o „, *„ 
coinpllor belii. unable to obtain the catalogues fo > x^a rs enZf 8 2 isss .86^' 
ami as no record or names of j,raci„ates from ,S52 to sssbrb enpre trve i 
Any Alumnus or friends luivin^'- catnlo(ri,o« mv tiw. i '^^ t-^i PUJ^ervea. 

.a-ammes o, Comn.ence.nents ^ n mt"o I " , Ls oftn""'' ''"''' "' "''■ 
1S5S will confer a favor on tUe' Alnmn, Asl^] it^. alr^l^^M7t"■^lor° 
warding'- the same to Pkof i; o wtittt^^ auiit ^ ^^^^ oy for- 

may be added to the list " ' ^ill^amsport, Pa., in order that names 



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NAMES. 

Allen, K. l\ 

Alexander, C T. 

*Arndt, C. K. 

Beck, Miss, M. J. 

Bowman, S. L. 

Bennett, iMiss H. C. 

Barton, J. IT. 

Biddle, Miss E. 

Bodine, Dewitt 

Biggs, K. H. 

Bowman, S. 8. 

Burnley, C. ^V. 

Boynton, Miss K. 

Barton, Miss F. A. 

Brown, J. J. 

Bownian. A. S. 

Brown, J. (J. 

Beers, J.. H. 

Buckalew, \V. J. 
Crawford, Bavina [*. 
(h-awfbrd. Miss K. A. 
(hirran. If. A. 
(>onner, S. ,1. A. 
Creveling, S. A. 
Campbell, F. il 
^Miurch, F F. 
Cooper, Miss A. M. 
Calder, Miss M. 
Crawford, Miss M. F. 
Cox, C. S. 

* Deceased. 



CLASS. 

18(i8 

185:^ 

1 852 

1 858 

18G0 

18()1 

18(;i 

1862 

1863 

18(i:} 

1861 

18()5 

1867 

18(;8 
18(;8 

186!) 
1871 

1857 
1858 
1861 

18(;2 
I86:j 

186:5 
1861 
1865 

1865 
1866 



NAMES. 

(leaver, Miss L. J. 

Chapman, 11. 0. 

Comp, J. S. 

Conner, B. C. 

Carver, W. A. 

Campbell, I. P. 

Campbell; R. ]\ 

Clarke, F. A. C. 
Cooper, iMiss A. 
Davis, Miss M. B. 
Bill, A. H. 
*Diemer, J. B. 
Dill, W. H. 
Drum, M. L. 
Dill. M R. 
De Armond, D. A. 
Drinkle, Miss M. F. 
Deavor, F FA. 
Dietrick, F. I>. 
Dale, Miss F. 

*Knt, w. n. 

Fbert, Miss A. M. 
Fmery, Miss Lizzie J 
Flliott, Miss M F. 
Fssington, N. A. 
Fmery, Miss Fva V. 
Fmery. Miss M. P 
^^irst, C. (I. 
Furst, A. O. 
Fidler, C. L. 



CLASS. 

1866 

18()8 

1869 

1871 

1871 

1872 

1872 

1872 

1864 

1852 

1852 

1853 

1 857 

1857 

1 863 

1866 

1867 

1871 

1871 

1872 

1858 

1860 

18(;o 

1862 

1865 

1857 

1857 

1852 

1860 



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CLASS. 

1862 
1863 
1865 
1852 

1852 
1852 
1858 
1862 
1871 
1872 



NAMES. 

Fredericks, D. H. M. 
Faunce, J. F. 
Friling, Miss M. 
Gere, Miss H. A. 
Gere, Miss 8. F. 
Green, Miss H. M. 
Gray, E. J. 
Gearhart, W. H. 
Griggs, Miss B. E. 
Guldin, J, 

Goodlander, Miss J. E: 

^Hyman, Miss S. R. 1860 

Haupt, G. W. I860 

Herr, 31iss A. M. 18()1 
Ilalenbake, Miss S. E. 1862 
Haughawout, Miss S. F. 1862 

Hepburn, A. D. 1862 

Hutchison, J. G. 1862 

Hartman, Miss C. 1863 

^Hammond, W. A. 1864 

Howes, Miss A. 1864 

Himes, T. B. 1865 

Hippie, T C. 1865 

Hollopeter, S. G. M. 1866 

Harman, Miss A. E. 1868 

Harris, Miss 1. P. 1870 

Hahn, Miss L. S. 1871 

Harris, Miss L. R. 1872 

Harris, F. G. 1873 

Jackson, C. G. 1858 

James, Harry 1866 

Jones, Miss S. T. 1872 
John, D. C. 

*John, G. W. 1858 

Kress, W. C. 1851) 

*Kline, E. B. 1868 

Landis, J. W. 1857 

Lowe, Miss A. S 18(13 

Levan, Miss M. 1864 

Lovell, Miss A. M. 1866 
Loudenslager, Miss R. S. 1867 

Low, Miss Emma 1857 

Law, F. S. 1868 

Long, H. E. 1868 

Mendenhall, H. S. 1853 

Madill, G. A. 1858 

*Deceased. 



NAMES. 

Miller, Miss J. R. 
Mussina, Miss L. 
Malin, Miss E. 
Moore, S. G. 
Mussina, Miss H. 
Massey, Miss A. E. 
Mussina, Miss M. A. 
Melick, 0. B. 
McDowell, Miss I. 
Mitchell, Miss M. J. 
^McDowell, Miss C. 
Mason, Miss T. 
McDowell, A. 
Murray, T. H. 
Markle, A. M. 
Massey, Miss M. E. 
May, W. A. 
Madara, J. W. 
Nash, Miss K. E. 
Neff,.J. L 
Nash, Miss F. E. 
Norcross, W. H. 
Oliver, Miss A. S. 
Opp, J. A. 
Packer, Miss M. 
Packer, Miss S. B. 
Pearre, A. 
*Poisal, R. E. 
*Pott, R. R. 
Porter, Miss E. S. 
Reighard, Miss S. S. 
Ransom, Miss K. E. 
Riddle, Miss P]. 
Riddle, Miss M. E. 
Richards, JVIiss K. L. 
Swengle, D. F. 
Smith, T. J.' 
Saylor, Miss J. S. 
Schoch, A. 
Schofield, E. L. 
Sliver, W. A. 
Scoville, Miss J. E. 
Sadler, W. F. 
Spottswood, Miss L. M, 
Souder, Miss R. L. 
Sangree, P. H. 



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CLASS. 

1860 
1861 
1861 
1861 

1862 
1864 
1864 
1864 

1865 
1865 
1866 
1866 
1866 
1867 
1871 
1873 
1873 
1873 
11860 
1861 
1865 
1865 
1861 
1870 
1852 
1852 
1858 
1858 
1858 
1866 
1866 
1867 

1 854 
1873 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1863 
1863 
1865 
1865 
1 865 



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WILLIAMSPOIIT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



NAMES. CLASS. 

Smith, 11. K. lS(i6 

Steinuietz, J. L. 18(18 

Strine, Miss M. J. 18(]9 

Strohui, W. H. 1870 

Span^ler, J. L. 1871 

Smith, N. B 1872 

Stolz, Miss R. J. 1878 

Spottswood, Miss A. E. 1873 

Taneyhill, Miss S. A. 1853 

Taneyhill, Miss M. E. 1857 

Taneyhill, G. L. 1858 

Taylor, J. W. 1863 

Tow risen d, W. F. 18 (IB 

Taneyhill, C. W. 1868 

Yandersliee, J. A. 1863 
*Decease(i. 



NAMES. 

Vail, Miss R. C. 
Weigle, D. H. 
Way, E. F. 
Woodin, Miss Dora 
Watson, F. A. 
Watson, Miss F. E. 
Woodward, J. 
Winegardner, Miss S, 
*Yocum, Miss N. 
Yocum, G. M. 
*Yetter, Miss M. 
Yocum, J. J. 
Young, J B 
Yocum, E. H. 



CLASS. 

1869 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1864 
1865 
1867 
H. 1870 
1852 
1860 
1861 
1863 
1866 
1868 



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WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



SEisrioi?. oxj^ss. 



•Tune 35, 1874.. 



Anna Mary Eckbert, 
Sara Alice Reynolds, 
William Stevens Hammond, 
Russell Pennrose Heilman, 
Levan R. Janney, - 
John David Nicodemus, 
William Frazenius Rentz, 



Selinsgrove. 
Clarion. 
Williamsburg. 
Williamsport. 
Allowaystown, N. J. 
Walkersville, Md. 
Montgomery Station, 



cTTjnsrioi^/ OL^^ss. 



1874. 



Libbie Dart, 
Estella Olmsted, 
Marion Olmsted, 
Ida Taylor, 
Mollie Welty, - 
Minnie Ziders, 
Amos S. Baldwin, 
Joseph H. Boyd, 
Richard T. Carter, 
John D. Crosthwaite, 
Spencer M. Free, 
Edmund B. Gearhart, 
William Goodwill, 
Charles F. Heim, 
Reuben Loveland, 
Edmund C. Macnichol, 
Joseph C. Metzger, 
James M. Miller, 
Charles S. Musser, 
Wilbur F. Reeder, - 



Williamsport. 






Clearfield. 

Gettysburg. 

Williau)sport. 

McConnelsburg. 

Philadelphia. 

Denton, Md. 

IMifflinburg. 

New Freedom. 

Orangeville. 

Shamokin. 

Lamar. 

]*hiladelphia. 

Emporium. 

*] hree Springs. 

Aaronsburg. 

Catawissa. 



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\V[LLIAMS1»()RT DK^RINSON SEMINARY. 



XAMF.S. CI.ASS. 

Smith, II. K. ]S(i() 

Stoiiiinctz, J. L. 1S(;S 

Stririe, Miss M. J. ISlil) 

Stroh.ii, W. 11. 1870 

Spaimler, J. L. 1871 

Smith, N. B 1872 

Stolz, Miss 11. J. 187:-5 

Spottswood, Miss A. E. 1873 

Taneyliill, Miss S. A. 1853 

raiieyhill, Miss M. E. 1857 

raiieyhill, (}. L. 1858 

Fayh'.r, J. W. " 1803 

l\)vvns('iid. W. F. 18(;(; 

raiieyhilK {\ W. 1868 

Yandersliee, J. A. 18(53 
* Deceased. 



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NAMES. 

Vail, Miss 11. i\ 
Weiole, D. H. 
Way, E. F. 
Woodin, Miss Dora 
Watson, F. A. 
Watson, Miss F. E. 
Wood\^ard, J. 
Winegardner, Miss S. 
*Yocuin, Miss N. 
Yocum, G. M. 
*Yetter, Miss M. 

YOCUH), J. J. 

Youn<>;, J B 
Yocum, E. n. 



H. 



CLASS. 

1869 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1864 
1865 
1867 
1870 
1852 
1860 
1861 
1863 
1866 
1868 



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WILLIAMSrORT DICKINSON SEMINARS. 



SEHSriOI?. OXjj^SS. 



June 35, 187'4.. 



Anna Mary Eckbert, 
Sara Alice Reynolds, 
William Stevens Hammond, 
Russell Pennrose Heilman, 
Levan R. Janney, 
John David Nieodemus, 
William Frazenius Rentz, 



Selinsgrove. 
Clarion. 
Williamsburfr. 
Williamsport. 
Allowaystown, N. J. 
Walkersville, Md. 
Montgomery Station. 



crxjnsrzoK/ olj^ss. 



1H74.. 



Libbie Dart, 
Estella Olmsted, 
Marion Olmsted, 
Ida Taylor, 
Mollie Welty, - 
Minnie Ziders, 
Vmos S. Baldwin, 
Joseph H. Boyd, 
Richard T. Carter, 
John D. Crosthwaite, 
Spencer M. Free, 
Edmund B. Gearhart, 
William Goodwill, 
Charles F. Heim, 
Reuben Loveland, 
Edmund C. Macnichol, 
Joseph C. Metzger, 
James M. Miller, 
Charles S. Musser, 
Wilbur F. Reeder, - 



W^illiamsport. 






(ylearfield. 

(lOttvsburii'. 

Williaujsport. 

Mc(;onnelsburg. 

Philadelphia. 

Denton, Md. 

Mifliiiiburg. 

New Freedom. 

Orange ville. 

Shamokin. 

Lamar. 

IMiiladelphia. 

Emporium. 

Three Springs. 

Aaronsburg. 

Catawissa. 



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NAMES. 



dcavci", (Mara 
DcMoyer. Klla 
hcMoycr. Amiic 
l^'ryliiiu". Atinie 
Il.IlK Alici' 
Keller, Sallio 
Keller, iMiima 
Kiiiii,. Ada 
l\niL:lil. liizzi(! 
iM ('.Murray, Katie 
Thom j>S()n, I'^riinl.'i 
'I lioinpson. V(*r(lilla, 
AV^irreii, Mai:!L;i(; 
Wrijilit, Laura 



NAMKS. 



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JiKSIDENCEH. 



Ashland. 
Sunhury. 



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Re novo. 
Middletown, Md. 

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(L'ltawissa. 
Washiiii'ton, I). (^ 
Wuut'iuisdou, 
Miffliiibur<i;. 
Sal(>/)ji. 

luiMOVO. 

Newport. 



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RESrDENOES. 



iiik(r. n w. 

r>lddle. ('. L 
llruiicr. Iv W . 
( 'rt'aL:('r. ( Mias. 
Dart'. Willie 
iMOiit/. Walter (\ 
(Joeliriu", Thomas 
i i rei:(trv, I ). W 
(Jross, T. V. 
Hanks. II. II. 
II err, J. M. 
11 ill, Speneer W. 

Hill, W\ 1^ 
Hill. Justin L. 
Kerlin, J. V. . 
Kini^, (leori^e K. 
liove, iM'ank 
MeCh-skey, M . J. 



Ka<i:le l^'oundry. 

I luiihesville. 
Sunhury. 
Haneoek, Md. 
Williaujsport. 

I I u^hesville. 
W^illianisport. 
( ;otta^(^ 
All(Mit()wn. 
PiVerett. 
Sahma. 
Hu<;]iesvil](!. 

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Sunhury. 
(^atawissa. 
(y(>tta<j^e. 
Hyncr's Run. 



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NAMES. 

McNichol, Nelson 
Maltern, E. Olio 
M(dick, John P. 
Miller, W. n. H. 
Morrow, M. T. 
Mowry, U. Y, 
Ileily, Upton . 
llhawn, W. U. 
llich, M. 1^ . 
Shipe, J. R. 
St ay ton, C. P. 
Styer, E R. 
W^ebber, Harry 
Wertz, H. S. 
Yeager, J. M. 



RESIDENCES. 



iMnlad(d[)hia. 

IMiillipsburg. 

llarrisburg. 

Williainsport. 

Shawsvillc. 

Bedford. 

Wheeling, W. Va. 

t^atawissa. 

Ohathani's Run. 

Sunhury. 

Havre de (jlrace, Md, 

Morgan town. 

Altoona. 

Sarah. 

Yeagertown. 



sriFATiFK^ i)i:i\\irri\iENT 



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NAMES, 



RESIDENCES, 



Alhuj, (Mara 
l^uek, Kate 
l)uekinghani, Lizzie; 
(^anipb(dl, Lida 
Klway, May 
I^iSHtiiigton, Ruth . 
(jiihson, AuTia 
Given, Aliec 
( I ood fellow, Klla 
(lood fellow, I lizzie 
(jlregory, Jennie 
rierr. Ophelia 
Hill, Belle 
FHidson. Virginia 
FJughes, Minerva 
Hunter, Mary 
Kinsloe, Lucy 



AVilliainsport. 

( 'nionville. 

l)anvill(;. 

PiiK^. ( I rove M ills, 

Altoona. 

Willianisport. 

Renovo. 
(Mearfield. 

NefFs Mills. 

Renovo. 

Willianisport. 

Danville. 
Northumberland. 
Lock Haven. 



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WJLLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 



McDowell, Alice 
iMcDowell, 
Martin, Flora 
McKinstry, Anna 
Musser, Alice 
Musser, Agnes 
My ton, Jennie 
My ton, Leah . 
My ton, Emma 
Owens, Ella 
l\^arce, Anna " 
Pearce, Bessie 
Pfkhler, Ida 
Pfahler, Julia 
llobb, Jennie 
Styer, Emma 
Switzer, Anna 
Thonias, Sadie 
Upde^irraiF, Cloyd 
Wilson, Minnie 



NAMES. 



Williamsport. 



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McKinstry's Mill, Md, 
Millheim. 



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Huntingdon. 
Cottae:e. 



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Williamsport. 



ki 



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Catawissa. 



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Williamsport. 
Morgan town. 
Philipsburg. 
Williamsport. 



Alto 



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ona. 



OEIVTLE^XEjv. 



RESIDENCES. 



Allen, Charles 
Belford, R. Vinton 
Brittain, Milton I. 
('hristie, John 
(vlapp, Daniel 
Decker, J. B. 
Delong, Alfred 
Deveraux, William 
Dobbie, J. J. 
Fearon, H. FI. 
Fryling, J. W. 
Gibson, William 
Gilbert, Francis 
Gotwals, Francis 
Gwynn, E. J. 
Hagan, Harry 
Haley, C. E. . 
Hammond, George D. 



Williamsport. 
Cogan Station. 
Audenried. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Muncy 
Altoona. 

Schencksville. 

Wilcox. 

Lonaconing. 

Beech Creek. 

Sunbury. 

Williamsport. 

Philadelphia. 

Williamsport. 

Warrior's Mark. 

Williamsport. 

Monongahela City. 

Williamsburg. 



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WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



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NAMES. 



Herbert, E. J. 

Hill, R. C. 

Holt, R. 

*Hughes, G. E. . 

Johnson, A. R. 

Kear, Frank G. . 

Kiester, H. J. 

McDowell, Willie 

McDowell, Harry S, 

McClosky, A. G. 

McLaughlin, A. C. 

Mensch, Sterling 

Moore, J. P. . 

Moore, H. W. . 

Powell, James W. . 

Randall, William 
R^ed, John 
Rich, A. J. 
Riddle, Eugene 
Schneider, Joseph 
Shriner, Charles Jr. 
Shoemaker, J. B. 
Sprout, C E. 
Styer, C. T. 
Stroh, John C. 
Tonner, John 
Tull, John E. 
W^allace, C. C. . 
Warren, George B. 
Williams, J. E. . 
W. J. 
Deceased. 



Yeager, 



RESIDENCES. 



Ebervale. 

Williamsport. 

W^allaceton. 

Phillipsburg. 

New Germantown. 

Minersville. 

CHnton Dale. 

Williamsport. 

Altoona. 
~ Hyner's Run. 

New Germantown. 

North Point. 

Monongahela City. 

Lock Haven. 

Harrington, Del. 

Williamsport. 

Lonaconing. 

Chatham's Run. 

Linden. 

Williamsport. 

Mifflinburg. 

McConnelsburg. 

Picture Rocks. 

Morgan town. 

Sunbury. 

Milesburg. 

Marion Station, Md. 

Siegel. 

Renovo. 

Beech Creek. 

Yeagertown. 



WiLLlAMSPORT PTCKTNSON SEMTNAHY. 



IVHEPARATOKV DEPARTMENT. 



Tuj^T>iii:?^. 



NAMES 



Beers, Hatti(^ . 
]>utts, Dottie 
l^rewer. Ida . 
Cooney, Ella 
(\)wdrick, Arvilla 
ELse, (jlertie 
Frey, Lillie 
Graham. Mafruie 
(jreenzvveiuiit, Amanda 
llesser, Annie 
Hooper. Kate . 
Keini, i\Ia<i"^"ie 
Little. Irina 
Lewis Amanda 
Me( j(»sky. Jennie 
Mnltz, Ella 
Metzi:er, Mnry 
Pi'iee. Ida 
Hansom. Minnie 
lu'ilcy. Jennie 
iu'Vtiolds. Katie 
Rhawn. Jessie 



anivcv. 



i: 



(MM 



Dell. 



nnna 
iillie 



Slif)\valtei-. I']ll.i 
Sw.-irtz. M;iL!;ii(' 
Tiiylor, Mattie 



^A^lE.s. 

Ade. (Mias A. 
Allen. W. (;. . 
Anrand. J. 
15(>aeli. J)VV. . 
I)(niton. Orlando 



RESIDENCES. 



Williamsport. 

Newport. 

Williamsport. 



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Bellefonte. 
Williamsport. 



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Duncanon. 
Co2;an Station. 
Altoona. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Newport. 
Williamsport. 



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Hyner's Run 
Williamsport. 



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Wheelini:', W. Vii 

( Marion. 

( \atawissa. 

I <iizlit street. 

Williamsport, 

Salona. 

Troxelville. 
Cleariii^d. 



<;t:>. ri.i:>i i:n. 



RKSIDF.NeKS 



Williamsport. 
Audenried. 
Hartl(3ton. 
Williamsport. 



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NAMES. 



Bowman, Harvey 



B 



rewer 



Willi 



am 



Canfield Archie 

Clark, Willie 

Ellis, David . 

Gibson, Charles . 

Given, Anderson 

Gray, William E. 

Haas, Bichard 

Hall, B. F. __ 

Harter. (\ T. . 

Haw ley, Wm. 

Hind son, Theodore 

Hooper, Clarence 

Hooper, Frank 

K el ley, Thomas . 

Kostenbauder, G. L. 

Lacey, Joseph 

Leech, Tonner B. 

Leech, Eddie 

Mc[>owell, Harry H. 

McGhee, S. U. . 

Mahl, Joseph . 

Martin, Dudley . 

Martin, John . 

May, James 
May. George 
Melick, R. S. 
Meyrick. Wm. C. 
Moltz, Augustus 
Mundy, H. \,. . 
Nesbit, Georue M. 
Ray, G {]. ' . ' 
Reiley, AVilson 
Rex, George A. 
Rudy, Charles 
Sarvey, William 
Spears, George . 
Stees, Harry 
Stroh, Wm. R. . 
Tate, Allen W. 
Thomas, M. Henry 
Thompson, William 
Turner, R. V. 
Wallace, A. J. 
Zimmerman, Georcre 



RESIDENCES. 



Williamsport. 






Eckley. 

Williamsport. 

Renovo. 

Williamsport. 

Mahanoy. 

St. Marys. 

Mifflinvi'lle. 

Williamsport. 

Buck Mountain 

Baltimore, Md. 



(.'. 



Wiliamsport. 
Catawissa. 
Wethem. 
Baltimore, Md. 



iC 



ii 



Williamsport. 
Glen Union. 
Rock town. 
Lock Haven. 
Williamsport. 
Shamokin. 
Williamsport. 



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Jed do. 
Williamsport. 



t.i 



Ebervale. 

Williamsport. 

Wheeling, W. Va. 

Ma pie ton. 

Hartleton. 

Lewn"sburf»'. 

Lon a coning. 

Harrisbunr. 

Mauch Chunk. 

Clearfield, Pa. 

Williamsport. 

Lonaconing. 

Hazleton. 

Siegel. 

Williamsport. 



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PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



Hii^rnEs. 



NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 



Angle, Ora 
Canfield, Mary 
Forrest- Lizzie 
Flilgert, Emma . 
Hooper, Emma 
McDowell, Kannie 
Mitchel, Maud 
Moltz, Emma 
Pardoe, Minnie 
Polsgrove, Mamie 
Ransom, Mattie 



NAMES. 



Eahn, Eui>:ene 
Bowman, Walter 
l^rewer, Elmer 
(j)ne, Fred 
Dunham, Wm. 
Hariinton. William 
Hinkle Charles 
Jackson, James 
Lentz. Harry 
Ijong. Fred. 
McAbee, fJesse 
Mitchel Max . 
Moltz, Jerome 
Monroe, (;arroll 
Pardoe, Wm. II. 
I\'arce, John 
lleiley. Simpsom 
Smith, (Miarley 
Smith, Harry 
Stephens, John 
Wood, (larry 
Zimmermann, Elmer 
Zimmermann, Fred. 



Willianisport. 



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Lewisburg. 
Wiliiamsport. 
Baltimore, Md. 
WilliauKsport. 



u 

a 
u 

u 
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OEIVTTu3i:>Ii:?S. 



RESIDENCES. 



New Freedom. 
Wiliiamsport. 



a 



i'. 



a 



Wiliiamsport. 

Jicwisburjj:. 

Wiliiamsport. 



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Wheeling, W. \^•, 
Wiliiamsport. 



u 
(( 

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1 


MUSir DEPARTMENT. 

V 




iL,Ai>i f:s. 




NAMES, RESIDENCES. 




Lide Campbell, .... Pine Grove Mills. 


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Clara Cleaver, .... Catawissa. 


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Libbie Dart, Wiliiamsport 






Carrie Dietrick. .... " 


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Grertie Else, . , <« 






Annie Fryling, .... Sunbury. 






Anna N, Gibson, . . . . • Wiliiamsport. 






Jennie Gregory, .... Neff's Mills. 






Maggie Graham, .... Duncannon. 




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Alice Hall, .... Benovo. 


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Annie Hesser, . • . . Altoona. 


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Emma Hooper, .... Baltimore, Md. 


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Kate Hooper, ..... •' '- 






Ada King, .... Catawissa. 


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L. Lutsher, Wiliiamsport. 






Sadie McLain, .... Linden. 






Kate McMurray, .... Huntingdon. 






Alice Musser, .... Millheim. 
Jennie Myton, .... Huntingdon. 

Annie Pearce Wiliiamsport. 

Alice Shaw, ..... '' 
Annie Switzer, . . . . Phillipsburg. 
Ida Taylor (^earfield. 






Mattie Taylor, .... " 






Emma Thompson, .... Mifflinburu", 






Verdilla Thompson. . . Salona. 






Ida Wright, Wiliiamsport. 






Laura Wright, .... Newport. 






Minnie Ziders, .... Wiliiamsport. 






r; i^:\ r 1 .i:: 31 1: >, . 






^^^^^-'^- RESIDEN(^ES. 






Amosl^aldwin McConnelsburo; 






Emory Bruner, .... Sunbury. 




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\\ illintn K. Gr;iy. . . . Wiliiamsport. 

Spciieer Froo, New Freodoui. 




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-Mayberry llorr, . . . Salona. 






(Jeo. Kostenbaiidor, . . . Catawissa. 






IJail Monro, .... Lock Haven. 






C. 0. Wallace, .... Sigel. 





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WILIJAMSPOUT I)irivlNS(L\ SEMINARY. 



DRAWING AND PAINTING DEPARTMENT. 



NAMES. 



. Lizzie Beers, 

Ella Goodf'ellow, 
Jiillie Goodfellow. 
Jennie Gregory 
Alice Hall/ 
Kate Hooper, . 
Sue Jones, . 
Lizzie Kni<^ht, 
Sallie Keller, 
Florence Martin, 
Maggie xMoltz, 
Jennie xMyton, 
Kstella Olmsted, 
Marion Olmsted, 
l^essie Pearce, 
Mattie Parsons, 
.Mattie Ransom, , 
Ida l^enninger, 
Sallie Reynolds, . 
Kmma Richards, 
.lennie Robb, 
Tille ShelHe, . 
flattie Taylor, 
Sadie Thonjas. 
Molli.' Welty. 
Minnie Wilson, 
Jiaura Wright, 



NAMES. 



Fred. Cone, 
Frank Hooper, 
r'rank Kear, 
John Mensh. 



T^A^OIE^. 



RESIDENCES. 



Williamsport. 
Clearfield 



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NefF's Mills. 
Re novo. 
J^altimore, Md. 
Williamsport. 
Washington, D. C, 
Middletown, Md. 
Williamsport. 

Huntingdon. 
Williamsport 

u 
li 
i< 
(( 

(larion. 

Willianisport. 
Ahmcy. 

Williamsport. 

(Jlearfield. 

Williamsport. 

Getteysburg. 

A 1 toon a. 

Newport. 



Cjij^x'j r^l^:>^T^:]^. 



RESIDKNCES. 



Williamsport. 
Baltimore. 
Minersville. 
North Point. 



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AVlLLlAMSroirr DrCKIXSON SEMIXAHV. 



V 



ooTJi?.sE o:f STTJIDY- 



rpon completing- tlie following- Coiii'sc, the Student will be entitlert to tUe 
Degree of Bachelor of Arts. ^I^o those wlio omit the langniag-es a ScientiHc 
Diploma will be g-iven. lliosc not wisliing- to complete the Coui-.se can pursue 
such studies as they desire, su])j(;ct to the action of the Facultv. 



rilEI»AIljVTOJlY YJEA^lt. 



FIRST TERM. 

Spelling and Defining. - 

Geography, 

Arithmetic — Mental, 

Arithmetic — Written, 

Fnglish Grammar, - - _ 

History United States, 

SECOND TERM 

Reading, - 

Geography and Map Drawing, 

Fnglish (J rammer, 

(icneral History. 

Arithmetic. - . - . 

First licssons in Latin. 



Worcester. 
Monteith. 
Brooks. 
Robinson. 



]3arnes. 



]^irker and Watson 

Monteith. 

(lark. 

Anderson. 

Rrooks. 

H ark n ess. 



Composition and Declamation. 



TIIIPJ) TKi{M. 

English Grammar, 
Klenients of Alirebra 
General History, 
Latin Grammar and Reader. 



Loo mis. 
Anderson. 
ILarkness. 
Composition and Declamation. 



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WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



OI^^IDTJ^TIIsrG- GO"Cri^.SE. 



FIl^HT YE.VH. 



FIRST TERM. 

First Lessons in P]n_lisli Compositions, 

History of Home. 

Physical Geography. 

Algebra. - - - . 

Latin — Syntax, CcVsar, 

First Greek J>ook. 

>i::C(>NJ> TKRM, 

Advanced ( Vjnjposition and Rhetoric, 

History of Fiome, - 

(jleometry, - - - _ 

Physical Geoi^rapliy, 

Jjatin — Syntax, \'irgil. - 

First ( J reek Hook. - 

THIRD ri;R. .M. 

Advanced Composition and Khctoric, 

Natural History, 

(ieomctry, - - - . 

Latin — Virgil, - - - . 

(ireek — Anabasis, - 

('lassical Antiquities, 

Jiatin and (ireek Prose (^onipositions, 

Dtring the YivVR— Orthograpliy, 
Declaniation, and \'ocal Music. 



Quackenbos. 
Liddell. 

Mitchell. 
Loomis. 

Harkness. 



Quackenbos. 

Liddell. 

Loomis. 

Mitchell. 

Chase. 

Harkness. 



Quackenbos. 
Hooker. 

lioouiis. 
(Jhase. 

l^aird. 
Arnold. 
Heading, (composition, 



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^THiDOlSJy YEA^Il. 



FIRST TERM. 

History of Greece, - . - 

English Literature, 

The Science of Government, 

Physiology, - . . 

Algebra, - . . _ 

Latin — Salust; Cicero — Orations^ - 

Greek — Homer — Hiad, - 

Latin and Greek Prose Compositions^ 

SECOND TERM. 

History of Greece, 

Natural Philosophy, 

Mental Philosophy, 

Algebra, - . . _ 

Latin — Cicero — de Senectute, 

Greek — Homer— Greek Testament, 

Latin and Greek Prose Composition, 

THIRD TERM. 

Mental Philosophy, 

Evidences of (Christianity, 

Natural IMiilosophy, 

Trigonometry, - - - _ 

Latin — Livy, - - . 

Greek — Xenophon — Memorabilia, 

Latin and Greek Prose (.Composition, 

FIRST TER.M. 

Moral IMulosophy, - 

Chemistry, - - - . 

Analytical (Geometry, 

Astronomy, - - . ^ 

Latin — Horace, 

(jreek — Plato — Apology and Crito, 



Smith. 

Shaw. 

Alden. 

Hitchcock, 

Loomis. 



Arnold. 



Smith. 

]*eck's Ganot. 
Winslow. 
Loomis. 



Arnold. 



Wayland. 
Paley. 

Pecks Ganot, 
Jjoomis. 



Arnold. 



Wayland, 



L 



oomis. 



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WILLIAMSPOKT DICKINSON SKMINAUY 



SE('(LNI) TERM 



]i0^i(^ - - - - 

jMoral IMiIlosopliy, - 

Cliemistry, 

Gcolooy. - - - 

Calculus, 

Jjatin — (^icero — de Officiis, 

(jlri'ek — Demosthenes — Orations. 



(;oppee. 
Wayland. 

Dana. 
Loomis. 



THIRD tp:rm 



l^otaiiy, • - 

] hitler's Analogy, 
(\ilculus, 



Agassiz. 
Gray's Lessons. 
Kniory and Crooks. 
Loomis, 
Wayland. 



l^)litical Economy, 

l^atin — Tacitus — (jermaniti and Agricola, 

Greek — Demosthenes, - 

DiJRiN(J THE Year — French and German; also, Composition, 
Declamation, and Elocution. 



HERMAN (BOURSE. 



Grammar. 

Willu'hn Tell, - 
JuimtVau vnii ( )rl('ans. 
I piuLit'nit' Mut* Tauris. 

Diet inlKil'V. 

G I'M III ilia r. - 
('olliMjuial Header, 
l*aiil ft X'iruinia. 
(Masbie iujader, 
(^orinne. 
J/ Allemai:iu', 
TiCS M iserahles, 
Dictionarv. 



i'KENCH COURSE. 



Woodbury. 

Schiller. 

< J(etlie. 
(( 

Adler. 

P'as(jn(^lle. 

St. Dierre. 
De Fivas. 
Madame De Stael 

\'ictor FIu<:o. 
Surenne. 



WLLLIAMSPORT DJCKINSON SEMINAHV. 



21 






Drawing and Painting.— 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 allowed to substitute these branches, together 
with German and French, for some of the higher studies in Mathe- 
matics and for the Greek Lanj'ua^o. 

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

In the department of Ancient Languages, the classes are prac- 
ticed 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, Zuinpt's Latin Grammar and Kuhner's Greek 
Grammar are used. 

Anthon's Classical Dictionary, Smith's Dictionary of Greek and 
lioman Biography and Mythology, Ilamshorn's Latin Synonyms 
Kobinson's Lexicon of the iNew Testament, and Korbiger's Ancient 
Geograpliy, are recommended as books of reference. 

Lectures will be give,, fro,,, t\uu: to time in the various depart- 
ments. ^ 

_ The classes in the fi.st year of .\caden,ic studies have exercises 
1" reading and analyzing Milt<,n, Thompson, and other poets in 
connection with a course of familiar Lectures on the Principles of 
Lnglish Grammar. 

A Normal (]i.ass will be formed (when rec,uired), and special 
attention will be given to those who may wish to prepare themselves 
tor the important duties of teachino- 

A PiBLicAL Class will also be formed for the benefit of such 
as have the Ministry in view. 




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AVILLIAMSI'OHT DICKIXSOX SKMrNAllV 




Wii.i.fAMsi'OHT is one of (lie iiiosl l)('aut1t'iil and licaltliy places in the State. It 
lias i)('\(M- ixMMi subject lo epidemics of any ]<ind. Many comln^^ to the School 
sickl.N have retui'iied tuUy restored. The location is centi'al and accessible trom 
all (iuaiicM's. Kaili'oads ]»rin,u,' ns within a few hours ride of Elmira, Lock Haven, 
iaie. Danville, Pottsville, HaiTlsburii:, Hollidaysburf,'-, Philadelphia, Baltimore 
anil New York. No more desiral)le position for a Seminary of Learniiif^ can be 
found. .■ 

OKCiAXIZATION. 

'{'he School is orj2:anized on the most a])prov<'d plan of the best institutions of 
New \()rk and New Knj^^land. It enil)i'aces both sexes, under the same g"overn- 
inciii and instruction, 'the n^embers of the Faculty oc(ai])y a])artm(uits in the 
bujldiim-, (Mil at the same table, and lunc a constant oxci'sii^iit of all the Students. 

The Ladies" private and public i-oonis ;ire entirely separate fi'om the others, 
and llK'i-t' is no association of the sexes but in the ])resence of t hell' instructors. 
I'lii 1 ml Its aiul (icnflcnwi) lidrf less ffctihnn <>/ iiifrrcDnrsc here tlmn <(f lioiiw. 

The iiai)])y inlluence, nintnalln cvrrtcd in theii* sli<^-ht association in the i-ecita- 
J ion-rnoni, at the la])le. and in the ])ublic exercises of the chai)<d, is to be seen in 
I he cull i\ at ion of a cheerful aiid aidmal ed disposition— in the formation of <j,"ood 
liiiiiils :iiid manners, in ardent devotion tostU(l\, and in the attainmcud of \\vj:\\ 
iiKUMl charactci-. 'these, wit h man.Not her \aluable results, have established tjie 
I '(I iiiMi the ix'st plan for a school is. accordiiiu' to the exidciit desi'j;-n of Pi'ovi- 
deii •'■ ill t he const it III ion otsocietx.on the l)asis ot a well rei;-ulated Christian 

f ; I 1 1 1 i I > . 

A( (O.MMOKAi'lONS. 

Ill" r.iiildiiiu-- w ill accoiiiiiiod;ite 1 1 wo in a rooiic o\er t wo hundred St udents. 

1 !i- \ ;i!e i>rielv. JKMted b.\ liifiiacesiii t he eel la 1', a lid sui)|)lied w ith water, 'the 

I' M iiii-- lire hii-c ;i 11(1 w fll \eiil i lilted. Ill t he ent ire ai'i'aiiu-enient of t lu' liuildinirs 

';i.;i! i;ire hif- iieeii taken for the cotiifoi't aiid health of the occu])ants. 'the 

'^•rMiiiKK ( (lilt ;ti!i ;il)oiil h\ e aci'cs, alTonliiiL;' siillicient room for exercisi* and j)la.\ . 

KXPPNSKS. 

i;\ I he t(»ll<»wiiiu- ll>t of j>ricr'sit wlljite seen t hat our total char,u-es areiiuite 
as \'<\\ ;i-^ those of an\ i list it lit ion of the like .i^-rade in the State, not excejitinu' 
I ho-. -,(|i(iols ill which cheap scholarshijis ha\e been sold. We desire (o ])!ace t lie 
(,i.i ,>i .(iMcitioii at the lowest point ]iossiblc, and thus alTord to the masses 
soeiKi iiilellectual and mofal culture. lioard, includint; washin*,'-, (lo ])icces\ I'oom 
,,!,(! niriiituiv. per week, >;;.^n; |)( r year of 40 weeks, $l.V2.oo. Students attendin,u- 



WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINAKV. 



2:] 



a part of a Term will be char-ed at the rate of U.m per week Fuel for Fall -.nd 

Winter Ttu'ms, each $:}.00. Sprin- Term, $2.00. ' ' 

Tuition, 

i'Ki{ tuklvh: wkkks. 



" Common p]nf>-11sh, 
Ilio-iier '<■ 



a 



'' Scientific Department, with Lectui-es, 
*' Classical " '< u ' 



$(•) 00 
7 00 
9 00 

10 00 



Incidental char^ros, Lij^iitincr, Heating and Cleanin- Pu[)lie' 

Kooms, Halls, &c., 
Printing Circulars, .^c., 

Janitor's Services, ----._ 
MusK^ Drawing, Painting and Modei-n Languag(^s extra, as follows: 

(German and French, each, I'Kj^^rwELVE wekk; 

Drawing, ----__ 

Monochromatics and Pastel Painting, ea(!h, 
Painting in Water Colors. - -" - ' . 

Oil Painting, ______ 

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

Melodeon Music, --____'_ 

V^ocal Music, ----__ 

I'tipils an^ received at any tiim^ D(Miuction for absence is made' m' reccmi- 
mendation of the Faculty to the 'I'reasur^u-. Xo deduction for Hoard or Tuiti!,n 
or absence of t(ui days or less, at the beginning, or the last thre.> weeks before 
the close of the Term. 

Bills payable in advance. 

Wash-bowls and Pitch.u-s furnished at cost and taken back at the same price 
If uninjured. The same rule; foi' Door Keys " 

Five dollars must be left on deposit, on'entering, to cover damages that tln^ 
Studen maydo to nxmi or other prop(u-ty. This will be returned when the 
Student leav(>s, in case no injury has been done to rcxmi oi- property. 

TFRMS AND VACA^ITONS. 

The Seminary Year is divided into three imecpial tei-ms, as follows: 



1 00 
50 
50 



$H 50 

4 00 

5 00 
5 00 

12 00 

15 00 

15 00 

2 00 



WiNTKH TKKM, 

Si'KiN(i Term, 



COMMKNCKS. 
August 27, 1S74. 
January 7, ls75. 
April 1, 1S75. 



ENDS. 

Decem])(U' ir». 
Api-il 1. 
June 24. 



\ACA'rn)N', 
H \veeks. 
None. 
••> weeks. 



TFHMS OF ADMISSION. 

1 Th(^_ Student must IhmvcII recommended as to moral character. Th,> School 
Is not desigiKMl to be a House of h'cfuge. 

2. Mustm-ninge With th(>lYeasu.;r all bills before atten(ling 1^^ 
.i. Must take at least tour studies, unless excused l)v the FKailtv 

4. Minors must d.'posit with the I'lvsident nil spending monev, to be returned 
m such amounts as he may think best. ' ' f^'^'Nad 

5. Must^ agree to comply with all the rules and regulations of the School 

X. H -Fach student will be conshhavd n nnunber of the Institution until due 

Tvr:^:^^^ '^'''" ^"^"^ "■ ^"""'''" ''' '"--' -'^^ p^'nnission\:;,;;:;;^^^^ 

itnoMs AM) ci.o'i'iiixc. 

Tl,rro,m,s,,n.rnn,isl„.,l win, .11 liravy m-|irl,.s, l,„( Ih,- s, u,|r„ls „m,s| „n„,. 

(IH'U- ,mM sh..Hs, (r,,r ,lou(,l. l„.Ms). pillows, piMow ,..s.s, l,lnnk,.s ,.o,,n; 
iUHl t„w,.:s, „„,1 li,„l ll„.ir „„.,, ,„-,„„ns, ,„im,rs, ...al „ii n,,,! l.n,ps 

Sl,„l,.n|. shciiKl l.r supiHlr.l will, wni'i,,. ,|,„„l,|,. cloiMI,,.. |,eavv Im.oIs .„„1 
sMo,.s.an mnlavll..,. a„,l a pal,- „r .slipp,.,.s ,o 1.. wo,-„ w1,1I,Mm"iu I , ,, , 1 
,ut„-t,. ,,, rlullu,,, .h,.„l,l ,„■ ,;,n;f„lh, „u,rk,:l „-ith the full name. '""""""• ■( 'I 



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APPARATUS. 

The Soinlnary is furnished with a collection of apparatus, toorether with full 
sets of (Jlobes, Maps and Cliarts, and a Cabinet of Minerals, thus affording- facility 
for illustration and experiment. 

DISCIPLINE. 

'I'he discipline is iirm, but mild and Impartial. While every encouragement 
will be g-iven to the orderly and studious, and due allowance be made for youthful 
Indiscretion, 3 et the lawless and refractory cannot long remain among us. 

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 

Evc^ry Student is recpiired to attend religious services daily, as well as public 
worsliip. morning and (evening every Sabbath, at Kitck place ax patents or (juardians 
may (Icsijfuatc, the IM'esident assenting. 

N. P).— Knell Student must be supplied Avith a Pible, to be read without note or 
sectarian ronnHciit, in the services of the Chapel, 'llie Avhole school read in concert. 

LITERARY SOCIKTIES. 

i^'sidf's the regular weekly exercises in Com])osition and Declamation, there 
are three nourishing Literary Societies in the Institution : the " Belles Lettres," 
"(Jamma K])sil()n/" and "Trii)artite Union," each of which prepares and reads 
tothescjiuol a i)aper once a month. About 2,250 volumes are in the Societies" 
Libraries, 

MI:RIT AM) DEMERIT. 

A strict weekly record is kei^t of all the exercises of the School, from which 
record the Students will l)e graded. 

A record ot demerits is also kt^jt. Tardiness, unexcused absences from re- 
(luired exercises, and all disorderly conduct, will subject tlie Student to demerit 
marks. Ten such marks briug a i)rivate reproof l)efore the Faculty; twenty a 
public i-epi-imand betore the whole School; and thirty may send the offender 
away. Sessional reports are sent to })arents when reipiested. 

A WOKI) TO PARENTS. 

1. Z-^' Try to have your children liere on the tirst day of t]ie term, hut not 
hr/nrr. as we will not ])e ready to receive them, Th(^ classes are (m the second day 
toi-nicd, and it will Ifclx-tter tor all concerned that the Student starts regularly 
u it li liis class. 

•^. II i)ossil»le (l(» not call tlK'maway during the s<'ssion. Absence, if only for 
a lew (lays, (lisari-anges t he class, and is generally t he beginning of irregularity 
on t lie part ot 1 he scholar, 

;;. Do not allow your children to leave the school iM'fore the examinations, 
unless it cannot l)e avoided. Serious inconvenience, to all concerned, often arises 
from a rH'.u-lcct <ir t his cant ion. 

4. suj){)ly them r^',-// sj>arin;i/i/ Wit li spending money. Parents cannot be too 
cautious on this point, 

r.. SekM-t for your child one of the Instructors, as a i)atr()n, to distribut(' his 
funds. In this way a more judicious use of your money will be made, and your 
child will be ke])t. from many tem|)tat ions. 

:^~ Students not hoarding in th(^ Institution must observe the folh. wing addi- 
tional ruh's : 

1. Attend Daily Prayers. 

2. Must attend all the Seminary Exercises j)unctually. 

■A. Must spend the intervals txM ween Kecitations In the Study Hall, 
t. Must account^ for all absence by written excuse without delay, time and 
number ot recitations lieing specilied. 

r». Must not visit the rooms of boarders without permission. 



WILLI AM SPORT DICKINSON SEMINxVRY 



25 



B^^-IIj.A.'W^S. 



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 
exercise, each student shall repair quietly ami ])row]>t/t/ to tlu^ place designated, 

8. At no tune sliall any student loiter In the halls, or about the doors, or in- 
dtilge in jumping, wrestling, loud talking, whistling, or any other unnecessary 
noise, or soil the building with tobacco. 

4. The students shall not be absent from their rooms at niglit after the hour 
of study indicated by the ringing of the l)ell, nor shall they attend parties or 
mixed assemblies wTthout permission from the President ; nor shall they at any 
time visit taverns, eating-liouses, or other places of i)ublic resort, or on any occa- 
sion indulge In the use of intoxicating ll(iuors. 

5. All profan(^ and indec(mt language, playing at games of chance, injuring 
the ])roperty of the Institution or of citizens, (piarreling. tighting, the carrying 
of rtre-arms or other dangerous weapons, are strictly foi'bidden. 

6. No student shall leaver the limits of the town for a longer time than one 
hour without permission from the Pi-esldent, 

7. Each student will be held strictly accountal)le for any damage he or 
she may cause to the Seminary property. Damages by unknown pa rti(;s maybe 
assessed on the school. 

s. The Teachers must, at all times, have access to the students' rooms, and 
If it be judged necessary, the rooms will be cleaned at the (expense of the occu- 
pants, 

0. (leanliness of person and of apparel, and a gentlemanly and la(ly-lik<^ 
deportment must be observed by all. 

lu. No water, dirt, or other material, shall be thrown from any windo\v in the 
buildings, or down the hot-air flues, or in th(^ halls after they have been cleaned. 

11, Students must have their rooms swej)! and in order, and tlK'ir lights ex- 
tinguished at the establislied hours, 

12, No studfuit, will be allowed to go l)athing, skating, tishlng, gunning, or 
riding, without, permission, 

18, The students must, not visit the kitchen, dining-room, or any other room, 
except their own, without permission, 

14, 'I'he Sabbath must be strictly observed by all. No walking about, visit- 
ing, or receiving visits will be allowed. All must attend public worship twice 
duiing the day. 

15. No liuly shall, at any tlm(% receive calls fi'om gentlemen ;it her own 
room. Friends from a distanc<i can s(m» the ladies in the parlor. 

Hi, '{'he young ladies will not l)e allow(Hli,o leave the Seminary grounds, at 
any time, without permission ; and tlie gentlemen will be restricted at the dis- 
cretion of the Faculty. 

17. No student sliall change his or h(ir room, or boarding place, without spe- 
cial p(3rmission from the President. 



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WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



18. No stmlcnt, will be pcrinittecl to leave the school cliuinc,'- the session with- 
out an express reipiest ironi tlie parent or guardian, made to the President, and 
without the consent of the Faculty. 

19. Any student who, without just cause, shall fail to attend the examina- 
tions, 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 without the consent of 
the Faculty. 

22. llie ladies and gentlemen must not visit each others apartments, walk or 
ride together, without permission, 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 regular exercises of the school. 

24. Any ortendiug student may be punished, according to the nature of the 
offence, hy private or i)ul)llc reproof, suspension, dismission, or expulsion. 

25. students dismissed or expelled must leave the premises at once. 

2<). None but students can attend the Society meetings, nor shall the Socie- 
ties meet togetlier, unless by ex])ress i^ermlsslon of the Faculty. 

27. NospcH'lal nu^eting of the students shcill be held at any time, nor shall 
any meeting of tiie stud(Mits or Societies continue later than 1U--K) oV.lock p. m., 
witliout permission of the President. 

2S. Any temporary prudential regulation, for the government of the school, 
that the Faculty may see tit to adopt, shall be ecpially binding with these By- 
Laws. 



WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



27 



O^^XjEI:TID.A.I?. IFOI^ 1874. 



Friday, June 5 — Examination of the Senior Class begins. 
Thursday, June 18— Examination of the other classes begins. 
Friday, June 19, 7} o'clock p. m.— Exercises of Middle Class. 
Sunday, June 21, 3 o'clock p. m.— Annual Sermon, by Rev. 

Horace A. Cleveland, of Washington, D. C. 
Monday, June 22, 2 o'clock p. m.— Exercises of the Junior Class. 

Monday, June 22, 8 o'clock p. m.— Musical Soiree, by Professor 
Yoelkler and his pupils. 

Tuesday, June 23, 9 J o'clock A. m — Reunion of the Gamma Epsi- 

lon Society. 

Tuesday, June 23, 2 o'clock p. m.— Meeting of the Alumni 
Association. 

Tuesday, June 23, 8 o'clock p. m. — Address before the Gamma 
Kpsilon Society, by Rev. J. McKendree lleiley, 1). D., of 
Wheeling, West V'a. 

Wednesday, June 24, 9] o'clock A. m. and 2 o'clock p. m. Re- 
union of the Belles l.ettres Union Society. 

Wednesday, June 24, 8 o'clock p. M.— Address before the Belles 

Lettres Union Society, bv Rev. T. K. Beccher, of Elmira, 
N. Y. 



Thursday, June 25, 9 o'clock A. M.— Commencement. 

Thursday, June 25, 2 o'clock p. M.— Annual Meeting of the Stock- 
holders in the Seminary Chapel. 

Thursday, August 27 — Fall Session begins. 



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KNAPP & THOMPSON'S 






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Real Laceg, Staple and Fanoj Dress Goeds, 

NOTIONS AND TRIMMINGS. 

PRICES CLOSE. GKOCERY DEPARTMENT COMPLETE. 



No. 69 Pine Street, 



Wiliiamsport, Pa. 



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Also, Dealer in Wall Paper, Window Curtains, 

STATI0XJ:KV, POOKI.T hooks, S^c, and (iEXEIiAL NEWS DKPOT. 

ALL KINDS OK BLANKS lULEI) TO ORDER AT SFIORT NOTICE. 

School Hooks in German & Enfflish a Specialty. 

No. 74 West Fourth Street, Wiliiamsport, Pa. 



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Factory, Corner Fourth and Rose Sts. 



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BRANCH STORE, West TMrd Street. wm. M. MORGAN, Agent, 

PAINTS MIXED READY FOR USE. 




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OILS, GLASS AND PUTTY, HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES, FANCY ARTICLES, 

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Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Glocks, 



No. 7 West Third Street, Market Square, 

WILLIAMS PORT, PA. 

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HARDWARE 

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Insurance and Real Estate Ag'ents. 

The largest and most successful Agency in the city. 

Northivest Cor. of West Third and Market Sts^ 

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Williamsport, Pa. 



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Muason's Piae Boots and Haad^Kade Calf Boots 

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HUBER & VANDERSLICE, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 




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No. 5 East Third Street, Williamsport, Pa. 




Choice Wines and Liquors for Medicinal use. Brushes, Perfumery, and Toilet 
Articles. Pliysicians' Prescriptions accurately compounded. 

A. W. rTl/IacCOLLIN^S 





S. E. Corner Third and Pine Streets, 
(Opposite City Hotel,) WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS in all the LATEST STYLES, and satisfaction guaranteed 
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N'. W. Cor. Fourth and Market Sts., Williamsport, Pa. 

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Williamspoit Commercial College, 




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WlI.LIAMSPOUT, Pa. 



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KXORAVrXGS AND PICTURES OF ALL KINDS 

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FRAMES OF ALL STYLES. 

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GALLERY-NO. 3 WEST MARKET SQUARE, 

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ENLARCmC AMD COPVmc 

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Williamsport Dickinson Seminary, 

Go to the underground Book Store (basement), 

No. 10 J West Third Street, Williamsport, Pa. 

snme'plac'e'!''"'"'' ^''"'* «"PPlles of School Stationery, Initial Paper, &o., at the 



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ACAr>EMY HAT STOR.E, 

45 WEST FOURTH ST., ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDINCJ, 
P. S.-Flne Shirts to order. WXX.X.XAIVXS)POHX, JPil. 



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Tlie PTAXO FOKTE Ware-Room connected witli the City Music 
Store is one of tlie finest in tlie State. Purchasers will find here an ad- 
vantage over Pliiladelphia or New York. In the same room can be seen 
Pianos from the three most celel)rated makers in the country: 

STEINWAY & SONS, New York, $650 to $1,500. 

CHICKER NG & SONS, Boston, $550 to $1,100. 

A. WEBER, New York. 
Also the Gold Medal Piano, by KNABE & CO., Baltimore. 



THE ROOM IS KKPT IJY 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

PIANOS, from $150 to $1,400. 



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ORGANS, from $75 to $750, 



Wnrrantetl for Seven Years. 



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

Boston, I^Iass. "Warranted for five Years. 

( 'J n I XICT () IK Li NR, bif MAHQN& MA ML IN. 

Afso, Slurt Music and Music I^ooks, 

iMANo STOOLS, i:mbi{oii)khki) piano covers, &c. 



Pianos, Mclodeons, and ral)inet Organ.s are ke})t to rent. The rent 
applied il" tlic instrument is })ureliased. 

JTlKiy" Pianos and ()ri!;ans tuned and re])aired by leaving directions at 

the Store as above. 

D. S. ANDMS & 00. 

W. (JIBSON. ' J. J. GIBSON. 



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mimm m stationer, 

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

WILLIAMSPORT, PA., 

Keeps on Hand all the Text Books used in the 

Williamsport Dickinson Seminary. 

Also, the largest and finest collection of 

STANDARD, MISCELLANEOUS AND PROFESSIONAL WORKS 

To be found outside of the larger cities. 

A Kun U„e or ^^'^^^^ ^^^to^r^^e^^^ ot StuCent. ana the Com- 

NKWS D K P T IN CONNECTION. 
Also, Wali, Paper, Window Shades, Pictcre Cords, 



SNYDER BROS., 

f otrnders and Pachmists, 

Walnut Street, Near Herdic House, 

WILLI AMSPOIIT, PA. 



MANUFAUTUUEUS OP 



SELF-CLOSING PIVOT CANAL REIDGES, 

FIRST-CLASS SAW MILL MACHINERY, 

STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS, &c., &c. 



H. F. SNYDER. 



O. S. SNYDER. 



A. SNYDER.