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1874 



1875 



WILLIAMSPORT 



Dickinson Sc ni i n a r v , 



1874-1875. 






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TWENTY-SEVENTH 



ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



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OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



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FROM 



August 27, 1874, to June 24, 1876. 



WiTJJAM SPORT, Ly( ()MI\(J Co. \\a 



WlUJAMSPOirr, PA.: 

(GAZETTE ANJ) JULLETLN I'RJNTINC; IIOESE 



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WlLLfAMSPOirr DKMvINSON SEMINARY 



DIRECTORS 



ABKAM UPDEGRAFF, Esq., President, 

EEWIS McDowell, Esq., Secretary, - 

Hoxv. JOHN SMITH, 

A. A. WINEGARDNER, Esq., 

SAMUEL LOVE, Esq., - 

Hon. JOHN PATTON, 

Rev. JAMES CURNS, 

GEORCM^: SLATE, Esq., 

Hon. KEI SLIFER, - - - - 



Williamsport. 



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Curwensville. 

Altooiia. 

Williamsport. 

Lewisburg. 



S. J. PARJ)OE, Steward and Treaf^nrer. 
Mrs. SARAH J. WHEELAND, Matron. 



VISITING COMMITTEES 



CKNTKAI, fMlN.NSV lAA.MA COVKERKNCK. 



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Ivi:V. ( lHoliGH MiLI.KR, 



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i'(iii.Ai)i:i.i'iiiA ('()Nfi:k'k\('i-:. 
i:i:v. S. IJakm.s, Ki:v. .1. 1^ Meuedith. 



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(lAi/i'i.MoijE CONK I] iu^:n (•(•:. 
A. WiEsox, Rmv. .1. W. Hedges. 



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WILLIAMSPORT DFCKINSON SEMINARY. 






FACULTY. 



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REV. EDAVAli]) J. (IRAY, President, 

MORAL PHILOSOPHY AND BELLES LETTRES. 



JAMES EL DEN, A. M.," 

MATHEMATICS. 

JOIIX 1^]. P,A11N, 

ANC.'IKNT AND MODKKN r.ANCiUAGES. 



BYRON 0. WHITE, ]'ii. B. 

NATURAL SCIENCE. 



MTSS M. M. V. PA ROOK, 

I'KKOKPTKESS, MKNTAl. PI1[I,0S0I'I[ V. 

-M 1 ! S . la ( 1 1<: N I'] S 'J' [ T A R T, 

PAINTINC; AND DRA\VIN(J. 



(i US TAV IS V(KI.KLER, 

INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL MUSK^ 

T. W. NOSS, H. K., 

I'RE.-'ARATOKV DEPARTMENT. 

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MISS MOIJJI-; p. W'KLTY, 

riUMAKV DKPAKTMKN'l'. 



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AVILLIAMSrORT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



ALUMNI. 



XOTK.—The tollowin? list is necessarily incomplete in consequence of tUe 
compiler bein- unable to obtain the catalogues for years endino: 1852, 1858, 1861; 
and as no record of names of graduates from 1852 to 1858 lias been preserved. 

Any Alumnus or friends Having catalogues for the above-named years, or pro- 
grammes of commencements, or names of graduates of any year previous to 
1S5S will confer a favor on the Alumni Association and our Alma Mater by for- 
warding the same to Prof. B. O. Wnrrn, Williamsport, Pa., in order that names 
may be added to the list. 



NAMES. CLASS. 

Allen, K. P....... 1«'')'-^ 

AU'xander, ('. T 

-Anult, (\ K ISOS 

Beck, Miss M.J IS.VJ 

]j()\vinan, S. L 18-")'^ 

Boimett, Miss 11. C ISoH 

Barton, .1. II 1S()0 

Biddle, Miss K 1S()1 

JJodine, Dewitt 1S()1 

Biggs, K. II 1S(;2 

Bowman, S. S 1S())) 

J^>urnley, (\ W lSt);i 

B>oynton, Miss K 1S()4 

B>arton, Miss F. A ISO-") 

P)rown, .1. .1 ^^^y 

Bowman, A. S 1S()S 

Brown, J. (' 1S()8 

Beers, L. II 1S()9 

r.nc'kalew, W. .1 1871 

Crawionl, Lavinii V 

(^rawfonl, Miss R. A 1807 

Cnrran, II. A 187)8 

Conner, S. .1. A 18()1 

(leveling, S. A 18i;i> 

("amphell, F. (' 18().") 

Church, F. F 18(i:J 

Cooper, Miss A. M 18()l 

Cahhr, Miss M 18(i7) 

Crawford, Miss M. F 18(;r) 

c<»x, c. s -18(;(; 

(haver, M i<s F. .1 FSIW, 

Chapman, II. 18(;8 

Comp, .). S 18r.9 

Coimer, F. (' l''^71 

Carver, W. A 1871 

Camphell, I. V 187l> 

Camphell, II. V 1872 

Clarke, F. A. C 1872 

( "ooper, Miss A 18()4 

•l)e('e;ised. 



NAMKS. CLASS. 

Davis, Miss M. B 1852 

Dill, A. II 1852 

-Diemer, J. B 1853 

Dill, W. II 1857 

Drum, M. L 1857 

Dill, M. K 1863 

De Armond, D. A 18()G 

Drinkle, Miss M. K 1867 

Deavor, F. F. A 1871 

Dietrick, F. P 1871 

Dale, Mi^s F 1872 

-Fnt, W. II 1858 

Khert, Miss A. M I860 

Ju'khert, Miss A. M 1874 

Fmerv, Miss Lizzie J 18()0 

FUioU, Miss M. F 1862 

Fssington, N. A 1865 

Fmerv, Miss Fva V 1857 

FmerV, Miss M. P 1857 

Fnrst;C. (1 1852 

Fnrst, A. O 

Fidler, C. L I860 

Fredericks, I). II. :\I 18(j2 

I^'aunce, .1. K 18(')3 

Friling, Miss M 18()5 

(Jere, Miss II. A 1852 

(;ere, Miss S. F 1852 

(ireen. Miss II. M 1852 

(Jrav, F. .1 1858 

(leaVhart, W. II 18()2 

(Iriggs, Miss B. F 1871 

Culdin, .1 1872 

(loodlander. Miss ,] . K 

(ireen. Miss M. A 

-ilvman. Miss S. K 1860 

Ilainmond, II. S 1874 

llanpt, (J. W 1860 

Ileilman, K. P 1874 

Ilerr, Miss A. M 1861 



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NAMKS. CL\SS. 

llalenbake. Miss S. E 18()2 

Haugliavvout, Miss S. F 18()2 

Hepburn, A. D 1862 

Hutchison, J. G 1862 

Ilartman, Miss C 18()3 

^Hammond, W. A 1864 

Howes, Miss A 1864 

Himes, T. B 1865 

Hippie, T. C 1865 

Hollopeter, S. G. M 1865 

Harman, Miss A. E 18()8 

Harris, Miss 1. P 1870 

Hahn, Miss L. S 1871 

Harris, Miss L. K 1872 

Harris, F. G 1873 

Jackson, C. G 1858 

- J ames, I larry 1 866 

Janney, L. R 1874 

Jones, Miss S. T 1872 

John, I). C 

"John, (i. W 1858 

Kress, W. V 1859 

^Kline, K. B 18()8 

Landi^, J. W 1857 

Lowe, Miss A. S 1863 

Levan, Miss M 1864 

Lovell, Miss A. M 1866 

Loudenslager, Miss K. S 18()7 

Low, Miss Fmma 1857 

l-Jiw, F S 1808 

Long, H. E 18(18 

Mendenhall, IL S 185:5 

Madill, (r. A 1858 

Miller, Miss J, Pt ISOO 

Mussina, Miss L FSOl 

Malin, Miss E ]8()1 

Moore, 8. (r isiU 

Mnssina, Miss H 18(12 

Massey, Miss A. F 18(14 

Mussina, Miss M. A 1864 

]\Ielick, (). J] i,s()4 

McDowell, Miss I ISOo 

Mitchell, Miss M. J 18()5 

'uMcDowell, Miss C iSdO 

Mason, Miss T ISCjd 

McDowell, A 1S(;(; 

Aiiinav, 4'. 11 1S(;7 

"^^•"•kle, A M 1S71 

Massey, Miss M. K 187:5 

May, W. A 1S73 

M.Hlara, J. W 187:> 

iNasii, Aiiss K, F..., 1860 

>^'ofi: J. I isOl 

.Xash, Miss F. F 18(55 

Nicodemns, J. I) 1874 

Norcross, W. IL. 1865 

* Deceased. 



NAMES. CLASS. 

Oliver, Miss A. S 18()1 

Opp, J. A 1870 

Packer, Miss M 1852 

Packer, Miss 8. 1^ 1852 

Pearre, A 1858 

-^Poisal, K. E 1858 

'Pott, R. R 1858 

Porter, Miss E. S 1866 

lieighard, Miss S. S 1866 

Kentz, W. F 1874 

Ransom, Miss K. E 1867 

Reynolds, S. A 1874 

Riddle, MissE 

Riddle, Miss M. E 1854 

Richards, Miss E. L 1873 

Swengle, D. F 18(K) 

Smith, T. J 1861 

Say lor. Miss J. S 1862 

Sciioch, A 1862 

SchoHeld, E. L 18(52 

Sliver, W. A 1862 

Scoville, Miss J. E 18(53 

Sadler, W. F 18()3 

Spottswood, Miss L. M 18(55 

Souder, Miss R. L 1865 

Sangree, P, H 1865 

Smith, II. E 1866 

Steinmetz, J. L 1868 

vStrine, Miss M. J 18(59 

Strohm, W. H 1870 

Spangler, J. L 1871 

Smith, N. B 1872 

Stolz, Miss R. J 1873 

Spottswood, Miss A. E 187:> 

Tanevhill, Miss S. A 1853 

Taneyhill, Miss M. E 1857 

Taneyhill, ( r. L 1858 

Taylor, J. W 1863 

Townsend, W. F 18(5(5 

Taneyhill, C. W 18(58 

VaiHlerslice, J. A 18(5:5 

Vail, Miss R. C 18(5!) 

Weigle, I). H 18(52 

AVay, F. F 1S(53 

Woodin, Miss Dora 18(54 

Watson, F. A 18(54 

Watson, Miss F. E 18(55 

Woodward, J 18(57 

Winc^gardner, Miss S. II 1870 

■ Yocinn, Miss N 1852 

•■Yocnm, ii. M I860 

■'Vetler, .miss m |,s(il 

Voiai n, .L ,] 18(i:i 

Vo mg, J. P 1S(5(5 

Yo -nm, E. H 1868 



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WILLIAMSI'OIIT DlClvINSON SKMlNAIiV 



SENIOR CLASS 



•Tune 34- 1S7.5. 



LibbleDart WilUamsport. 

Estelle Olmsted : WilUamsport. 

Marion Ta])p("n Olmsted WilUamsport. 

Ida A.Taylor Clearfield. 

Mollie Paxton Weltv Gettysburg. 

Minnie Ziders WilUamsport. 

Uiehard Thomas Carter I^^^nton, Md. 

William Fercrnson (loodwill Shamokin. 

Charles Franklin lleim Shamokin. 

.fames Monroe Miller Three Springs. 

Wilbur Fisk Ueeder Catawissa. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 



Clara (leaver Ashland. 

Anna IVaree WilUamsport. 

Sa<lie Thomas WilUamsport. 

Geor-<' W. l>:ikcr ^'-^^^'' Foundry. 

K. Vinton lirllbnl Cogan Stati(m. 

('l,:,rl.< 1-:. Frcagcr Hancock, Md. 

I'lMnci^ A. (iilbcrt Philadelphia. 

Howard Hitch ins Frosthurg, Md. 

(J.'orge V:. Kin- Weatherly. 

AFilton d. MeClod<(y Hyner. 

Vcrns H. Mct/i^n'r WilUamsport. 

,) . Wesley Kiu' Onaneock, Va. 

John C. Stroh Sunbury. 



WILIJAMSroiri' DICKINSON SKMINAIiV 



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CLASSICAL DEPARTMENT. 



NAINIKS. KKSTDENCKS. 

Bair, Mattie WiIliams{)ort. 

Cleaver, Clara Ashland. 

(Jummings, Lizzie W I-oek Haven. 

Dart, Libbie • WilUamsport. 

Fssington, Ituth Williamsport, 

Foidk, Jennie WiHiams])ort. 

(iibson, Annie Williamsport. 

(iottwalt, Li Hie S Lock Haven. 

King, Ada Weatherly. 

Metzirer, k:ilen Williams])ort. 

Taylor, Ida Clearfield. 

Thompson, Sallie Williamsport. 

Weltv, Mollie (iettysbing. 

Wright, Ida Williamsport. 

Ziders, Minnie Williams])f)rt, 

NAMES. KKSIDKXCKS. 

Laker, C. W ^^^'^l^' lM)nn(lry. 

Ik'nton, Orlando Williane^i)ort. 

Dart, William Williamsport. 

iM-ce, Spencer New h'reedom. 

iM-eed, Alphens IMiiladel j)hi:i. 

(u'arhart, Vl. 1> Orangeville. 

(;il)son, William Williani^nort. 

(;ray, \ViHiam !•: • Williamsport. 

( naihb, A. 1> Me( onel>to\\ ii. 

Haas, K. P Mahanoy. 

Hanks, H. \i llverctt. 

Hedges, .1. S Washington, I ). (\ 

dames, Wm. :\I Shamokin. 

.lolm, Harry Catawi^sn. 

King, (Jeorge l'] Weathei'ly. 

L(>wars, W. II Mohr>ville. 

Lieb, A. W Montonrsville. 

Loveland, Vl Lamar. 



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T.ow ( , J . \V Now l^'rc'cdoin . 

M(( loskcy, M. J Ilyiicr. 

McIKiuv, A. L Ik'iiton. 

McMc'cn, J. A Port Koyal. 

.Mctz^^er, Vcriis I r Will iaitisport. 

iMulslici nior, J . A J rjinover. 

Miller, J. M Three S[)ringH 

Moiil, C. K Hanover. 

a\Iimi[)er, Win. N Dillsburg. 

Pa rk, J . M Montandon. 

1*0 well, J . W I Tarrington, I )el. 

lleedi'r, W. b' Cata vv issa. 

Kieh, S. E Chatham's linn. 

Kieh, M. V> Chatham's Run. 

Kogerson, Fixh 1 Yorkshi re, Kngland. 

lloss, S. N Kast Waterlbrd. 

St yer, Ch. T Morgantown. 

Stevenson, W\ 11 Chatham's Kim. 

Seh roeder, W. 1^' l.oek I laven. 

Vandersliee, V. P Bh)omsbnrg. 

Yonng, W. I^' I lanover. 

Yeager, .] . M Yeagerstown. 



SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT. 



NAM i:s. RLSIDKNCLS. 

Allen, C1;ir:i Willi.'unsport. 

]*)( (IS, Pxssic II Williamsport. 

Dnnkle, Mary Williamsport. 

( Jcarhart, ( leoi-^ia Orangeville. 

Coisiich, I 111! ma lilaek Horse, Md. 

]Iepl)iirn, Jennie Williamsport. 

]Iili,^ert, Katie Williamsport. 

]IiI,i!('!l, iMiiiiia Williamsport. 

JIe>s.r, Annie Mtoona. 

Hit eh ins, A mi Ilia K Frost l)nr«r Md. 

Kniirht, Li/./ie Washington, I), (\ 

Kinsloc, Lucy I.ock Haven. 



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NAMKS. IIKSIDI^NCIIS. 

Mason, Ida I'rosthnrg, Md. 

M(;I )()wel 1 , A 1 iee ^'^^ 1 'V . 

M(;Cnllough, Maggie ( learlield. 

Myton, K. V Cottage. 

M vton, F. I J (jottage. 

Miidge, Emma Williamsport. 

Olmsted, Estelle \V^ i 1 1 i ams})ort. 

01 msted, Marion P W i 1 liamsport. 

Pearee, Anna Wi 1 1 iamsj)ort. 

Pea ree, Bessie W i 1 1 iamsport. 

Pfa h ler, Jnlia (Jatawissa. 

Priee, Ida Williamsport. 

Reynolds, K . H (clarion. 

Rhawn, d essie ( 'atawissa. 

Ransom, Minnie Williamsport. 

Sanl, Snsie Mnnc^v. 

Searir, JMnma Taylor, Md. 

Stnekv, Jeanne Woirshm-ji;. 

Stver, J^nnni Morgantown. 

Thomas, Sad ie Wi 1 1 i amsj)ort. 

Turner, Sne A Hazel ton. 

W'l Ison, Ella Sa 1 ladysl in I'g. 



N A ^r ES. II KS 1 1 ) KN( ' F-S . 

Ale, Andrew C ]>uek Horn. 

Allen, ^V. ( i Vndenried. 

Pel ford, R. V Williamsport. 

Piddle, (\ L Hnghesville. 

liritiain, M. d Vudenricd. 

Powmaim, II. P William-j»(»rf . 

( 'reager, Ch. I^ Hancock, Md. 

( 'hristie, J. II Aheideen, Md. 

(^arter, P. T Denton, Md. 

C'rosthw^aite, d. I) M illlinhnrg. 

(Jlarke, Hojit^well Xeshit. 

Clarke, W. P William>})ort. 

Clapj>, Daniel M uncy. 

( 'arpenter, d. L Lind( n. 

Deveranx, ({<"(). M Wilcox. 

Dcn'era n X , W m . II Wilcox. 

l)avis, Wm. L Mahanoy City. 

Dovle, Ch. F Pattonville. 



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Fciiion, IT. TT licech (^rcck. 

< Iwvini, K. .) W.'irrlor's Mark. 

(lorsucli, .1. i: l>la('k Horsr, Md. 

(I ( )t \v;i Is, 1'^ r. M Willi a nis j )ort. 

(iiibcrt, F. A Philadelphia, 

(Goodwill, Win Shainokiii. 

' i InU'v, C Vj Monongaliela City. 

Hitch ins, Howard Frostbiirg, Md. 

llitchins, Stanley Frostburg, Md. 

Ilc'ini, Ch. I*' Sharnokin. 

IFagan, Harry Williainsport. 

Hill, \l. (' Willianisport. 

Hall, Ti. C Vn-vvh Cirek. 

Jackson, Oi'villc \Villianisj)()rt. 

K'oidclc, W. P> Montonrsvillc. 

Kline, I>. ( * Sunl)nrv. 

Kcistcr, 1 r. d C/lintoiMhilc. 

K'nt/, .loini I ) Suid)urv. 

Famed, l'\ I* Centra lia. 

Lowe, H. W Orange vi lie. 

Few Is, \V. T Mahanoy City. 

Flewellyn, \\ V Shamokin. 

Lloyd, .Fames ArcFonnelstown. 

Finn, Claudin- Willianisport. 

i\rahl, .I(»seph Willianisport. 

^Fichael, ]•:. X Frost hnrg, ^[(1. 

^F>ore, J. F Monongahehi City. 

IVF'XiclH.l, l^:. F Philadelphia. 

>F't/ger. d. ( ' lMni)()riMni. 

McFlo.ky, A. (I Hyiu>Fs Run. 

>[(('l(.<kv, A. F Hyner's Pun. 

.M(d )o\Vell, dnlit) J^S]>V. 

Mcn^eli. J. S Xorth Point. 

>Fyri(l;, \V. (' .F ddo. 

M( l)(.\vc!l. Hany Willianisp(»rt. 

.Mii^-^ina, 'i\ S Willianisport. 

M(d )o\vcll, William l^spv. 

N«''<'<'^ Mai-li:il Willianisport. 

<>^v(n>, I). \ Philipshnrg. 

l*n<'^ <'• '1- 1» (^nnl)erland, .AFl. 

l^o^'- -J- l"> Pittston. 

FfiMwi!. \V. II ( atawissa. 

•^' >^' <■'••'• ^ >Fai)leton. 

'^''>^, -'• •> AFi[)leton. 

•i;\i)fi!(Mi. 



WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SKMINARY, H 

N A M KS. 

!>• 1 11 v (' Linden, 

Kiddle, F.. C 

o 1 /I TIT Hartletoiu 

Kiidy, C. W 

T» ^ {^ K WilIian\svK)rt. 

Kiuiyon, C. A « ' 

o T \\r OnanccK'k, v a. 

Rue, J. W ' 

Hitd.cv,V. II I'uttonviUe. 

Uecdcr^K-K llughosv.lle. 

Slmfler.D. E Fn>stburg, Md. 

Stayton, C. V Ilavro-de-Grace, Md. 

Shaw, William Harrington, Del. 

r^^ I T n vSnnburv. 

Stroll, J. C 

Schneider, Joseph William.port. 

Speer, Robert W Mount Union. 

Stevens, George W Huston. 

r,^ -o 17 lla/deton. 

Turner, K. r 

,. 1 r . \ IT Light Street, 

\ anderslice, A. 11 ^ ^ 

^,T ^17 Q Le)>anon. 

Wagner, W . o 

^- A\r T Yeagertown, 

leager, vV. J ^ 



PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 



^_^__^^ IIIZZZZZZ KKSIDKNCES. 

Brc^r^ IdaZI^I WilliamsporF 

Brooks, Laura » WilliamsporF 

Fraek,M. J. Lewisburg. 

Green^wight, Amanda ^''>^^^" ^t^'^^^>'>' 

Gibson, Florence Williamsport. 

Kirk, Nellie WilliamsporF 

rnderhill, Willah WilliamsporF 

Wheeler, Maud Williamsport. 



K 1 :s II ) E X ( I :s . 

NAMKS. 

.1 r^\ A Willianis])ort. 

Ade, Fh. A ' 

. J T T llartleton. 

Aurand, J.J 

T> vK.w..^ A\ illianisi)(>rt. 

Brewer, Llmer ^ 

i> n i.^\.^^ • Montgomery. 

P>utler, Li)er /^ 

r^ T^..,.;.>1 Williams])()rt. 

Creemer, Daniel ^ 

^,, 1 T V Williamstiort. 

Fiark, J. r ^ 



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^ A^IKS. JIESIDENCES, 

Dyk(\ T^avid D Central in. 

■'J^lso, (\ 1-: Williamsport. 

Falkins, \V. S Ilazleton. 

< J i(\-( >r V, W. I r I rarrisbnrg. 

ll('n(lers(»n, Jos. \V Philadelphia. 

JIarintoii, Janus Williamsport. 

Ilawley, Wiilian) Williamsport. 

Jenkins, John W Mahanov City. 

Monroe, Carroll K Williamsport. 

--^Martin, John W^illiamsport. 

^^'Mt, G. M Ebervale 

Orr, Alexander Lonaconing, Md. 

IVanv, John Williamsport. 

^';»''''<>tS Win Williamsport, 

^P^'i^'S^^- I> Lonaeoning, Md. 

Swi-tdy, Frank Williamsport. 

Smith, Edward Mount Union. 

^■'»»^'^ ^il:»^ Williamsport. 

'^^J^'^'^'^'S ^- ^' Lonaeoning, Md. 

Valley, Charles New York City. 

Zimmerman, Fred Williamsport, 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



^' ^^^^'"- TUvSIDEXCES. 

:\r<T)..W(H, Fanni.- Williamsport. 

^^'''•''•••'' ^^''•'<' Williamsport. 

^^"'''•- ^I^"-^^"'i Williamsport. 

^'^'^'-■"^•■- ^^^""'•' Williamsport. 

'■''■''"- ^' '""''■ Williamsport. 

'^^"^"^- ^''^ Williamsport. 

&:EnNrTL:E3vn:En:Nr. 

; ^^"^^^^ KESIDKXei^. 

An^lc, ( )ra a\^;ii: ^ 

\V illiamsi)ort. 

^ >e\\ rrcedom. 

Ih'owii, r>aiM(>ti \\";ii;.>... , < 

>> illiamsport. 

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N A M ics . I i I :s 1 1 ) !■: X (' i; s . 

Brewer, Wi 1 1 iam Will iamsport. 

Bowman, W^alter Williams})ort. 

Bureh, Arthur Williamsport. 

Cone, Fred Williams[)ort, 

Cronath, William W illiamsport. 

Dunham, William Williamsport. 

Ilarinton, William Williamsport. 

Kirk, Bertie Williamsport. 

Lantz, Howard Williamsport. 

Len tz, Harry Wil liamsport, 

Mitchell, Max Williamsport. 

Stevens, J ohn Williamsport. 

Strunk, Oli ver Will iamsport. 

Stuart, William Williams})ort. 

Stuart, Charles Williamsport. 

Stuart, Fddy Williamsport. 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT. 



NAMES. KESTDEXe'ES. 

Allen, Clara Williamsport. 

Keese, Bessie II ' Williamsport. 

Brooks, Laura Williamsport. 

Cleaver, Clara Vshland. 

Cummings, Lizzie Lock Haven. 

I>i('tri('k, (\arri(' Williamsport. 

Davidson, Ida Williamsport. 

iH'lker, Sophia Williamsport. 

(Jot wait, Lillie Lock Haven. 

(Jihson, Florence Williamsport. 

(iil)son, Annie Williamsport. 

11 itch ins, Aminta k^rosthuro-, Md. 

Hawley, Madge Williamsport. 

t^i"K, Ada Weathcrly. 

Kinsloc, Lucy Lo^k Haven. 

Kortchein, Aimic Williamsport. 

Lutcher, :Miri:;m Williamsport. 

Lcchler, Fmma Williamsport. 



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N A M i:S . ' I^i'^SI DEN C ES . 

Mason, Ida Frostburg, Md. 

Mooiv, M .Newberry. 

IVarce Annie - Will iamsport. 

Pearce Kessie Willianiriport. 

Sanl, Susie Muncy. 

Styer, Emma F Morgantown. 

Shaw, Alice Williamsport. 

Searff; Emma Taylor, Md. 

Stueky, Jennie Wolfsburg. 

Thompson, Sallie Williamsport. 

Taylor, Ida Clearfield. 

Thomas, Lida Williamsport. 

Turner, Sue A Hazleton. 

rnderhill, Willah Williamsport. 

Wright, Ida Williamsport. 

Wilson, Ella Salladasburg. 

Ziders, Minnie Williamsport. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Brittain, ^l. J Audenreid. 

Christie, John 11 Aberdeen, Md. 

Davidson, Dennis Williamsport. 

Dyke, David D Centralia. 

(irav, William E Williamsport. 

Henderson, Josei)h W Philadelphia. 

Hanks, H. K Everett. 

i lagan, Harry Williamsport. 

John, I larry C Catawissa. 

I .owe, I larry I > Orangeville. 

M ussi na, T. S Wi 11 iamsport. 

Jlich, S. F Chatham's Kun. 

ShaOer, D. F Frostburg, Md. 



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DRAWINC; AND PAINTING DEPARTMENT. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Beers, Bessie H Williamsport. 

Dart, Libbie Williamsport. 

Mrs. J. Elden Williamsport. 

Essington, Euth Williamsport. 

Fowler, M. L Williamsport. 

Mrs. Gage Williamsport. 

Hesser, AnViie Altoona. 

Mrs. Hermance Williamsport. 

Harvey, Carrie Williamsport. 

Huffman, H • Williamsport. 

Knight, Lizzie Washington, D. C. 

Logan, Lizzie Williamsport. 

McDowell, Alice Fspy. 

Mudge, Emma Williamsport. 

Martin, Florence Williamsport. 

Moltz, Maggie Williamsf)ort. 

Mrs. C. Mussina Williamsport. 

Olmsted, Estelle Williamsport. 

Pearce, Bessie Williamsport. 

Polsgrove, Mamie Williamsport. 

Pardoe, Minnie Williamsport, 

Khawn, Jessie Catawissa. 

Revnolds, R. H Clarion. 

Richards, Emma Williamsport. 

Renninger, Ida Williamsport. 

Rothrock, Julia Williamsport. 

Stewart, May Williamsport. 

Wright, Ida Williamsport. 

Mrs. K. Wheelock Williamsport. 

G-Ei i:>r T Xj IE jm: E! IsT . 

NAMES. JIESIDENCES. 

Aurand, J. .1 Hartleton. 

Clarke, Hopewell Nesbitt. 

Dunham, Wm Williams[)()rt, 

Lowe, 11. B Orangeville. 

Mevrick, AV. r leddo. 

Stroh, J. (' Sunburv. 

Styer, C\\, T Morgantown. 

Rudv, C. W Hartleton. 



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COURSES OF STUDY 



III order to moot, tlio wants of alarf!:or('l:issof Students ttiroo Courses of study 
are provided. TJie Noi'nial Kn.<;'llsh is deslj^nod to meet the Incnvaslng- demand 
foi* toaehers in our Common Sclioois, and is heartily eommended to youn<^ hidles 
and <2:enth'men wiio desire tlioroui^li instruction and drill in the I<]n<^'-llsh l)ranches. 
'1\> tlKjsc wlio eomplotc tills course a Diploma, expressing" the scholarship 
aitaincd, will 1)0 ;^-lv<'n. -_____«_^ . 

i'ho course in Science and Literature is intended to ,L;1v(Mvlder cultur{* and 
Tuore tliorou.'^h mental dls-ipline. ItdilTers l"rom thi^ Classical Cours(; mainly In 
that it omits \\w (Jreek I>an,^-ua<-;<' (Mit irely, and makes Latin el(M't,lve with (ierman 
or French durini;- the first two years. 

Yoiinj4' ladies will 1)0 allowed to substitute Drawlniif and Paint ln,l,^ or Musics for 
Analytical (Joometry and (\ilculus. liofore onterin(^ ui)()n this course the Student 
must he thoi'ou'ji-hly ac(iuainted with the Common En,<;lisli branches. 

The Classical Course Is much mori; ext(uislvo than is ordinarily ])ursued at 
Seminaries. It will comi)aro favoral)ly with the Curriculum adopted by our best 
institutions ot hnirnue^-. We olTor it with entire conlidonce to younj^ men who 
ar(! preparing- for professional lUo, and also to youn^^ ladies wlio aspire to superior 
intellectual culture. T\w preparation for this Coursi^ is a tliorou,f,^h knoAvled^jfO of 
the studies (>ml)raced in the tirst; year of the Normal Kn,i,'-llsh Course, with Latin, 
(iranmiai' and lioador. 

Vouni;- men desirinu' to enter tht^ lower or hi^'hei- classes in Colleg"e are 
allowed to take sucii studies as they need for that purpose. 



NORMAL ENGLISH COURSE. 



This Course is desi'^iuMl to accommodat(> youn.<^ men whose time for school is 
limited, ;iii(l csjieciniiy I iiose \\ ho ;ire ])i-ei)ai-iii,^- to teach in our Connnon Sclioois. 
A hi i>l<n,ia will be L;i\ c!) to t hos<' who com))let(' t lu^ Course. 



FIRST YEAR. 

FlllS'i' TERM. 

l\nii:lisli ( J I'a miliar 

A I'itlnnetic Mental 

Aritlimetic Written Rohinson. 

<'*'>^»:U>l>y Monteith. 

1 1 i st ory U n i ted Sta I os ]).j i-m^.^^ 

Koadiiii^^, Spelling;' and Doiiniiig. 




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SECOND 'l^EKM. 

Kni^l ish (j! ram mar 

Arithmetic llohinson. 

( ieo.L!:ni{)l)y and Maj) I)rawin<j^ Monleitli. 

(ieneral History \nderson. 

Heading, ('ornpusition and Declamation. 

THIRD TERM. 

KngUsIi ( Irani mar 

Arithmetic (completed) Robinson's Higher. 

(Ieneral History A nderson. 

Elements of Algebra ( begun ) TiOom is. 

First Lessons in English Coinposition (^utiekenbos. 

Reading, Compo.sition and Declamation. 



SECOND YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Advanced Composition ( ^uackenbos. 

I^hysical Geography Mi tchel 1 . 

Science of Covernment Alden. 

i^hysiology Hit ch cock . 

Engl ish Literature; (()})tional ) Shaw. 

Elements of Algebra (c()mj)letc;d ) Loomis. 

Reading, (Composition and Declamation. 

SECOND TERM. 

Rhetoric (iuackenbos. 

Physical (Geography Mitchell. 

Natural Phi loso[)hy l*eck's ( lanot. 

( Jeometry Lc)om is. 

Logic (optional ) ( 'oppee. 

Heading, Composition and Declamation. 

THIRD TERM. 

Khetoric (2uacken])()s. 

Natural Rh ilosopliy Peck's ( Janot. 

Natural History Hooker. 

Evidences of Christ ian it v 

I)Otany (optional ) (J ray. 

Zoology (optiona 1 ) 

Pcading, (Composition and Declamation. 



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COURSE IN SCIENCE AND LIT 

ERATURE. 



I^pon complotlns" tlio follovvin^c Coui'se, tlio Student will be entitled to the 
I)e<;r(M^ of Haclielor of Science. Those not wishing- to take the whole Course can 
pursue sucli studU^s as they desire, subject to the action of the Faculty. 



FIRST YEAR. 



FIRST TERM 



Advanced Composition Quaekenbos. 

Science of ( Jo vernnien t Alden. 

1 1 istory of Rome 

Pliysical (leograpliy Mitchell. 

^l«<^'>i''i Looniis. 

First Ja'ssous in Latin... ) llarkness. 

l^'rc^'nch . Elective. 

German ) 

SECOND TERM. 

l^l^^^'toric Quaekenbos. 

Ilistorv of Rome 



Physical Geography Mitchell. 

^^^'<;">^'t»y Loomis. 

Latin — Grannnar and Reader.. ) llarkness. 

Vrviwh - Elective. 

(jcrman ) 

THIRD TERM. 

^^'^^•^*''''<' Quaekenbos. 

Natnnil History Hooker- 

^"*'':'>^^'^'7 Loomis. 

Latin — Syntax, ( a'sar... ) 

^r^'ncU Elective. 

( iciMnan ) 

J)iiMX(; Tin: Vi:AR-OrtIiography, Reading, Composition and Deela- 
m;iti()n. 



SECOND YKAR. 



FIRST TERM, 



1 1 istory of ( I recce 

l\ngl ish Li t era 1 1 1 re m^. 



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I*hvsi(»I(»5fv 



Hitchcock. 



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Algebra 

Latin — Syntax, Vi rgil.. 

Erench 

Crerman 



Loomis. 
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Ele<;tivc^ 



SECONM) TERM. 



History of Greece. 



Natural rhiloso])hy Peck's (ianot. 

Mental Philosophy Way land. 

Algebra Loomis. 

Latin — Virgil ... ^ Chase. 

French J- Elective. 

German j 

'JTIIRD TERM. 



p]videnees of (Jhri.stianitv — 

Natural Philosophy Peck's Ganot. 

Mental Philosoj)hy Wayland. 

Trigonometry Loomis. 

Latin — Salust: Cicero— Orations... \ 

French - Elect i ve. 

German ) 



THIRD YEAR. 



FIRST TERM. 



Moral Phih)sophy Wayland. 

Chemistry, with Lectures 

Astronomy 

Analytical Geometry Loomis. 



SECOND TERM. 

Logic Ca 

Chem istry, vvi th Lectures 



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Geoh)gy Dana. 

Calculus Loomis. 

THIRD TERM. 

Butler's Analogy Emory and Crooks. 

Pol itical Economy Wavland. 

Botany ({ray's Lessons. 

Zoology 

^-ilculus Loomis. 

During the Year- Reading, Composition and Declamation. 



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CLASSICAL COURSE. 



{'])i)n cornplcl in,'.;- Wic t'ollowiiiii,- Coui'so. I!i(> Sludcnl; will be entitled to th<' 
J)(\L^i-('(' of lUu-lK'lor ()]' Ai'ts. 'I'liosi^ not, \visiiiii,L;- to complete t.h(^ Course^ can i)iir- 
siie such studies as tliey desire, su))ject to the action of the faculty. 



FIRST YEAR. 



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Advanced Composition and lUietoric (^iiackenbos. 

Science of ( lovernnu'nt Alden. 

1 1 islory of Konu' 

Physical ( Jeo<j:ra[>liy Mitchell. 

A Igel )ra Looinis. 

Latin -Syntax, ( a'sar 

V\ rst ( J leek I Jook 1 larkness. 

.st:r()Ni) TioiiM. 

Klietoric (Jnackenbos. 

History ol" Koine 

( J e< ) n u" t ry Loon i i s 

Lhvsical ( Jeoi;ran!iv Mitchell, 

J.atin Syntax, \'iri;il Chase. 

I'^ir.d ( Ireek r>ook Harkness, 

Tllllil) TKIIM. 

Rhetoric (^nacken])os. 

Natural 1 rist(ny Hooker. 

< i comet ry Loomis. 

Latiir -N'iii^il Chase. 

( J reek Anal>a>is ._ — . . 

Classical A 111 i(p lilies P)aird. 

Latin and (ireck I*i'(»e Compositions Vrnold. 

l)ri;iN(i 'iiiK Yi:au OrlJio^rapliy, Ucadint^, Composition, Dechuna- 
t ion, and \ deal M n>ic. 



SECOND YEAR. 

I'lKSr TKltM. 

Hi>t<)rv ol (ireece 

J-ai-lidi Lilernliiiv Shaw. 

^*''>-'"l''^> Hitchcock. 

^'^'^^''»'''' Loonus. 

l>alin Sahi-t ; ( icero -Orations 

( J reek Homer -Hia<l '. 

J.atin and (Jreek Prose ( 'omposit ions Arnold 



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History oi" (J recce ■ 

Natural Philosophy Peck's (ianot. 

Mental Phi loso})hy Way land . 

Al^H'bra Loomis. 

Lathi — Cicero — de Senect ute - — — 

C Jreek — I lomer — ( ) reck Testann^n t 

T/atin and (h'cek Prose C()m})()sitions ArnokL 

TIIIIM) TERM. 

EvhK'nces of Christianity 

Mental IMrilosoi )hy Wavdand. 

Natural l*hilosoi)hy Peek's Canot. 

Tri<ronometry ..Loomis. 

Latin—Ijivv 

(Jreek— Xenophon — Memorahilia 

Latin and (Jreek l*rose Com2)()sitions Arnold. 

THIRD YEAR. 

FIRST TEHM. 

iNIoral l*hilosoi)hy Wayland. 

Chenustry 

Analytical (Geometry Loomis. 

Astronomy 

Eat in — Horace^ — — 

(ireek — Plato — Apolo-n- and Oito 

SEfOXn TERM. 

^A)</w Cop))ee. 

( 'hemistry 

^'V()\i)<xy D-d\Vd 

^';dcnhis Loomis. 

Latin — Cicero -de ( ){r]cii< 

G reek — 1 )emost lienes — Orations 

THIRD TERM. 

ZooloLCV 

I>otany ( i ray 's L; 'ss( >ns. 

1)11 tier's Analouv J^norv and Crooks. 

Calcnlns Loomis. 

Political Iv'onomy \Va viand. 

L;itin — Tacitus —( Jermania and Ai^ricola 

( Ji-eel^ — I )i'mosthenes 

I)i:rinc; the Ykar -r'rench and (Jerman ; also, Composition, Decla- 
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MODERN LANGUAGES. 

^'''"'"'^=»'" AVoodhiirv. 

^^^''•^'^'^" WoodlHiiT. 

^VillKdrnTell ^^.,,i„J,,^ 

JunglVau voii Orleans vSchiller. 

ll)liigenic'aiirTanris (<^^.t],^^ 

^''''''^ Ga^he. 

^^•^'^'^^^''^^*>' Adler. 

FRENCH noiJRSE. 

^^''•^"^"•^•'' Fasquelle. 

(\>ll().iuialKc>a(lcM- Fasqnelle. 

TauUt Vii-inia st. Pierre. 

(lassie Reader j)^ |,^i^.^^ 

^^^»''''^^^' Madame deStael. 

JyAllema-ne Madame de Stael. 

Les Miserabies Vietor Iln-o. 

^^'^'^^*^'^^"'>' Surenne. 



ORNAMENTAL BRANCHES. 

1)KAWIN(; AND Paintinc.-^TIiIs department receives liberal attention. 
Superior faeilitii s are i'urnislied, under a competent Instructor, exclusivelv 
devoted to thi. department, for tlie study and practice Linear and IVrspeJ- 
''ve Drawin- Pasrel and Monochromatic Paintin- Painting in Oil and 
olors. and Portrait Paintin«r in Crayon and Oil. 

Mrsic. -Music receives special attention. 

Tlic l.ulirs arc allowrd to substitute these l)ranches, to-ellier witli ( ier- 
'''■"' -i"*! I'^'viich lor M.me of the higiier studies in MatJKMnaties and for 

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Thecbisse^in Mcnsun.lion, Pevelin- and Surv^yin- are practiced in 
the use oi' the (,)uadrant and other instruments, and in Plottini,^ 

In the (h-partmcnt of Ancient Lan-ua-cs, th.c classes are practiced i 
'.ral :.nd writtm cxcn-Iso in Latin and (Ireek, throuoho„t the course. 

J..M-turcs will br Lnven from time to time in the various departnnMits. 

Spcri;,! attrntlon will be o-Iven to those who n.ay wish to prepare the 
sclvr-^ Ibi- ihc imjjortant diilics ot" teachin<^ 

A r.iblical ( 'lass will also be j( 
Mini.-tr\ in \ lew. 



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LOCATION 



WiLi.iAMsi'OKT is one of tlie most beautiful and healthy places in the state, it 
lias nev(!r been subj(;ct to eplcleniics of any kind. Many coming to tlie School 
sicl<ly have returned fully restored. The 10(;atlon is central and accessible from 
all (iiiarters. Railroads bring us within a few hours ride of p:imira, Lock Haven, 
Eri(!, Danville, Pottsvllle, Ilarilsbiirg, Ilollldaysburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore 
and New York. No more desirable position for a S(^nilnary of Learning can be 
found. 

()R(;anizati(>n. 

'I'he School is oi'ganized on the most approved plan of the best institutions of 
New Yoi'k and New England. It embra(M's botli sexes, under the same govern- 
ment and instruction. The members of the Faculty occupy apartments in the 
building, eat at the same table, and have (constant oversight of all the StiKh^nts. 

'I^he Ladies' private and public rooms are entirely separates from the others, 
and tliere is no association of the sexes but in tlie presence of their Instructors. 
7'Ar Ladies and (ie nib', men, hare less freedoitt, of iiifereitarse here tha/t at h(nne. 

'Y\w\vd\}\)y hxnnvnvo, vi.utnallj/ exerted in their slight association in the recita- 
tion room, at the table, and in the public exercises of tlie clinpel, is to be seen in 
the cultivation of a clieerful and animated disposition, in tlK^ formation of good 
habits and manners, in ardent devotion to study, and in tin; attainment of high 
moral character. These;, with many other valuable results, have established the 
fact that the best plan for a school is, according to the evident design of Provi- 
dence in the constitution of society, on the basis of a well regulated Christian 
family. 

ACCOMMODATIONS. 

The Ruildings will accommodate (two in a room) over two hundred Students. 
'I'liey are brick, iieated by furna(M's in tlie cellar, and supplied with water, ^riie 
rooms are large and well ventilated. \n the entire arrangement of tin; buildings 
great cart; lias lieen taken fertile comfort and health of tin; occupants. TIk; 
grounds contain about, live acres, alTording sulticlent room for exercise and jilay. 

EXPENSES. 

Hy tJie following list of prices it will be seen that our total charges are (piite 
as low as those of any Institution of the like grade in tlu; State, not excepting 
those schools in wiiicli ch(;ap scholarships liav(; been sold. We desire to place the 
cost of education at the lowest point possible, and thus afford to th(; mass(;s 
sound intellectual and moral culture. lU)ar(l, intruding washing, (10 pieces,) room 
andfurnitun;, per w(U"k, $H.so; p(;r year of 40 w(!eks, $152.00. Students attending 
a part of a ^I'erm will be charged at the rate of ft.oo jier week. Fuel for Fall and 
Winter Terms, ench S:i.OO. Spring 1'erm, $2.00. 



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Tekm— K) W'keks. 

Common Kn<,'-lisli |8 00 

Ilifj^lKM- " 9 m 

Scicntitic Dept., with Lectures .. 12 00 
Classical " " ** ... la sa 



TllTION. 
Term— 12 Weeks. [ 

(VHiimoii Kii^lish $0 00 

lliKlior " 7 00 

Scieiitilie Dept., with Lectures. . . 9 oo 
Classical " " " ... 10 00 

Incidental and ( Jeneral Expense . . 2 00 

I'rinting- Circulars, &c 50 

Janitor's Services do 

Music, Drawing-, Painting and Modern Lang-uages extra, as follows : 

„ , PER TWELVE WEEKS. 

German and French, each $ 3 50 

Draw ing- 4 oo 

:Monochromatics and Pastel Painting-, each 5 00 

Painting- in Water Colors 5 00 

Oil Painting- 12 00 

Piano Music, (with use of instrument for practice) 15 00 

INIelodeon Music ^5 00 

V'ocal Music 2 00 

Pupils are received at an.\ time. Deduction for absence is made on recom- 
mendation of the Faculty to XAie Treasurer. No deduction for Board or Tuition 
for absence of ten da\ s or less, at the beginning, or the last three weeks before 
the close of the Twin. 

Bills payable in advance. 

Wash-bowls and Pitchers furnished at cost and taken back at the same piiccs 
if uninjured. Tlie same rule for Door Keys. 

Five dolhjrs must be left on d(i)osIt, on entering-, to cover damag-es that the 
Student may do to room or other property. ^Lhis will be returned wlien the 
student leaves, in case no injury has been done to room or property. 

TFKMS .\NI) VACATIONS. 

1'hc Seminary V<'nr is divided int(j three uncMpial terms, as follows: 

COM.MENCES. ENDS. VACATION. 

Aug-tist 20, 1ST5. Decemberl5. :■} weeks. 

January 0, isTO. March .Hi. Non(\ 

MarcliMl, 1S70. June 23. 



Fall 1'erm, 
WiNTKK Tekm, 
Si'KiN(i Term, 



9 weeks. 



TFKMS OF ADMISSION, 



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1. 'i'hc Student must be well recommended as to moral charact(»r. 
Scliool is not designed to be a Honse of Hefug-e. 

2. Must arrangv witli the Treasurer all bills before attfmding'- recitations. 
:'.. Must take at least four studies, unl(>ss e.\cus<Hl by tlie Facultv. 

4. Minors must deposit witli tlie President all spending'- money, to l)e retin-ned 
In such amounts as he may think best. 

r.. Must ag-ree lo com])ly with iill the rules and regulations of the School. 

N. 1;. Laeli Sludent will be conslden'd a member of the Institution until due 
not u-r .sh;,ii have hem given ot intention to leave, and i)ermlssion ot)tained of the 



President. 



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The rooms are furnished with all heavy articles, but the Students must brln 
f heir (»wn sheets, (for double beds), pillows, pillow cases, blankets, counterpanes 
and towels, and tlnd their own brooms, mirrors, coal oil and lamps. 

Students slu.uld be supplied with warm, dural)le clothing-, heavy boots and 
shoes, an umbrella, and a pair of slippers to be worn while in the buihling-. All 
arficlcs 0/ clothi/uj ahotild be <-af(\fiif/i/ itxirkrd irjf}, fhe full naitir 




APPARATUS. 

The Seminary is furnished with a collection of apparatus, tog-ether rrith full 
sets of Globes, Maps and Charts, and a Cabinet of Minerals, thus affording- facility 
for illustration and experiment. 

DISCIPLINP]. 

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 refractory cannot long remain among us. 

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 

Every Student is required to attend religious services daily, as well as public 
^vorship, morning and evening, every Sabbath, at fiuch place an parenU or guardians 
inap designate, the President assenting. 

N. B.— Each Student must be supplied witli a Bible, to be read loithout 7iote or 
sectarian covintent, in the services of the Chapel. The wTiole school read in concert. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

Besides the regular w^eekly exercises in Composition and Declamation, there 
are three flourishing Literary Societies in the Institution : the " Belles Lettres," 
''(Jamma Epsilon,'' and "Tripartite Union,'" each of which prepares and reads to 
the School a paper once a month. About 2,250 volumes are in the Societies' 
Libraries. 

MERIT AND DEMERIT. 

A strict w"(^ekly 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, w ill subject the Student to demerit 
marks. Ten such marks bring a private reproof before the Faculty; twenty a 
public reprimand before the w^iole School ; and thirty may send the offender 
away. Sessional reports are sent to parents when requested. 

A WORD TO PARENTS. 

1. lI5r*Try to have your children here on the hrst day of the term, hut not 
he/ore, as we will not be ready to receive them. The classes are on the second 
day formed, and it will be better for all concerned that the Student starts regu- 
larly witli his class. 

2. If possible do not (^all them away during the session. Absence, if only 
for a few days, disarranges the class, and is generally the beginning of irregu- 
larity on the part of the scholar. 

li. Do not allow your children to leave the scliool before^ the (examinations, 
unless it cannot be avoided. Serious inconvenience, to all concerned, often arises 
from a ncg-lect of this caution. 

4. Supply them reri/ sjxinnglt/ with spending money. J'arents cannot be too 
cautious on this point. 

5. Select for your child one of the Instructors, as a patron, to distribute his 
funds. Inthlswa.ya more judicious use of your money will be made, and your 
(^lild will be kept from many temptations. 

Ce^'^'Students not ])oarding in tlie Institution must observe tli(* following addi- 
tional rules : 

1. Attend Daily Prayers. 

2. Must att(Mid all tlue S<'mlnary Exercises punctually. 

;{. Must spend the intervals between rcu'ltations in the Study Hall. 

4. Must a(;(M)unt for all absence by written exc;use without delay, time and 
number of recitations being sjiecitied. 

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

'i. At the time appointed to attend pi-ayers, recitation, lecture, or other 
exercise, each student shall repair quiet/ 1/ and prompthj to the place desig-nated. 

H. At no time shall any student loiter in the halls or about the doors, or in- 
dulge in jumping, wrestling, loud talking, whistling, or any other unnecessary 
noise, or soil the building with tobacco. 

4. ^riie students shall not be absent from their rooms at night after the hour 
of study indicated by the ringing of the bell, nor shall they attend i)arties or 
mixed assemblies Avithoul, permission from the Pn^sident; nor shall they at any 
time visit taverns, eating-houses, or other places of pul)lic resort, or on any occa- 
sion indulge in the use of intoxicating liquors. 

r,. All profane and indecent language, playing at games of chance, injurin<'- 
the property of the Institution or of citizens, (piarreling, fighting, tbe carrying 
of fire-arms or other dangerous weapons, are st rictly forbidden. 

i>. No student shall leave tlie limits of the town for a longer tim<' than one 
hour without permission from tlie Presid(uit. 

T. Kacli student will be held strictly accountable for anv damage he or she 
may cause to the Seminary property. Danuiges by unknown parties mav be 
assessed on tln^ school. 

s. TheTeacliers must, at all times, liave access to the students' rooms and 
If It l>e judged necessary, the rooms will be cleaned at the expense 'of the 
(A'cuj)aiits. 

i^ ('leanlin(>ss of person and „f apparel, and a gentU'manlv an<l ladv-Uke 
deportment must be observed by all. 

10. No water, dirt, or other material, shall be thrown from anv window in the 
buildings, or down Tiie bot-air Hues, or in the halls aftfT th(>y have been cleaned. 

n. Students must iiave tlieir njoms swept and in order, and their llglits ex- 
tinguislied at tlie established hours. 

I'i. No studeiii Will be allowed to go bathing, skating, tlshing, gunning, or 
riding, without i)ermission. 

i;^. Th.> stud.'iits must not visit the'^'kltcluMi, dining-room, or anv other room 
excej)t their own, without permission. " ' 

!■*. The Sabbath must be strictly observed f)y all. No walking about, visiting 
or receiving visits will b<' allowed. All must attend public worship twice during 
t h<' day. ' ^ 

1-V No lady shall, at any time, receive calls from gentlemen at her own 
room. Friends from a distance can see the ladles in the parlor. 

b-'. The young ladles will not be allowed to leav(> th(^ Seminarv grounds at 
any tini<s without permission; and the gentlemen will be restricted at the dis- 
c-retion of the Faculty. 

IT No stud.'iit shall chang(^ his or her room, or boarding plac(>, without 
special i)ermission from the President. 



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18. No Student will be permitted to leave the school during the session with- 
out an express request from the parent or guardian, made to the President, and 
without the consent of the Faculty. 

19. Any student who, without just cause, shall fall 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. The ladles and gentlemen must not visit each others apartments, walk or 
ride together, without permission, nor converse together from the windows. 

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

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

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

26. None but students can attend the Society meetings, nor shall the Socie- 
ties meet together, unless by express permission of the Faculty. 

27. No special meeting of the students shall be held at any time, nor shall 
any meeting of the students or Societies continue later than 10:80 o'clock r. m., 
without permission of the President. 

28. All persons visiting students in the Seminary will be required to conform 
to the rules adopted for the government of the school, and in case they remain 
longer than three days will be charged for boarding at the published rates. 

29. Any temporary prudential regulation, for the government of the school, 
that the Faculty may see fit to adopt, shall be equally binding with these By- 
Laws. 



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CALENDAR FOR 187B 



Friday, June 4 — Examination of Senior Class begins. 

TiruRSDAY, Jrxp: 17 — Examination of the otlier classes begins. 

Friday, Jx'Np: 18, 7] o'clock v. m. — Exercises of Middle Class. 

SrxDAY, JrxE 20, 3 o'clock r. m. — Annual Sermon bv Rev. Jacob Todd, 
of l^liiladelphia. 

Monday, June 21, 8 o'clock p. m. — Musical Soiree, by Professor Vcelkler 
and his j)upils. 

Ti KSDAY, June 22, 9 o'ch)ck a. m.— Reunion of Belles Lettres Union 
Society ; 2 o'clock p. m. — Exercises of the Junior Class; 8 o'clock 
p. M. — Address before the Belles Lettres Fnion Society, bv Hon. A. 
K. McClurc, (;f Philadelphia. 

Wednesday, Jpne 2o, 10 o'clock a. m. — Business Meeting of the Alumni 
Association ; 2 o'clock v. m. — Animal meeting of the Alumni Asso- 
ciation—Orator, (aA. C. (f. Jackson, Class of 1858; Essayist, J. C- 
P.rown, Class of 18GS; Poetess, Mrs. Kate E. Purvis, Class of 1860. 
4] o'clock p. M. — Alunmi Dinner; 8 o'clock p. M. — Address before 
the (iannna Fpsilon Society, by Rev. (r. W. Miller, of Bellefonte. 

Tin K>DAV, Jink 21, Dl o'clock a. m. — ( 'ommeneement Exercises; 2 
o'ch^ck 1'. M. Annual meeting of the Stockholders in the Senunary 
Chapel. 

Tin K-i)AY, Arcisr 2(; VaU Session beu:ins. 



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