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(JAZETTE AND BL LLETIN ! 1 

1877. 



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Prcshhnt : 

AIUIaM riM)i:(;KAl'F, Kso., Willia^ispout. 

l.KWIS M( DoWia^L, Ks(»., Williamspokt. 
Hon. .IOIIX smith, Williamspopt. 
(op. JA<'()r> SALLADi:, \ViPLP\MsP()KT. 
I). r>. KNAPP. lOs.)., \ViPPL\MsP()Pr. 
II. .X. JOHN I'A'rroN, ( rpwPNsviPPi:. 
Ihv. .1 AMi:s (I HNS, Api(m)n A. 
Ul:AJi:<il^ SLATi:. I'^x... \Vii.pp\Mspoirr. 
Hon. 1;I.I SMI'IIK, Li wi-im i;<,. 



S. J. I'aKIxH". Sii:\\ AIM) \Ni> 'ri;i:Asri;i:K. 

Mw-^. sAi: \\\ J. \\'iii:i:laM), Mahm.x. 



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KiA. \ I'. ^<)( IM. 

Kkv .1 h (.RAY. 
T II, Ml !:i: \ V, Esq. 

Baltimore Conference: 

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Kev. .1. A. I'IM(!E. 

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;VI1TMXI A«SOt'IATIOX. 



Ofiicers: 

J. L. 8PANGLKR, Esq., President. 

J. (;. BROWN, Esq., Vice-President. 

Miss SOPHIE REKHIARl), Rec. Secretary, 

Miss IDA TAYLOR, (or. Secretary. 

CoE. O. (i. JACKSON, Treasurer. 



Executive Committee: 

Col. C. (J. .JACKSON, Chairman. 
W. v. KRESS, Es(i. 
Mrs. Dr. RITTENHOCSE. 
Rev. a. S. r>0\VAL\N. 
FRANK v. DIETRKK. 



Orator : 
SAME EL POLLOCK, M. I). 



TLoctu rev : 
Cop. C. O. .IACKSoX. 



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YAvmin. 



MKV. K I) WAR I) J. (!1?AY. A. M., TiiEsr dknt, 

MORAL riiiLOsornv and belles lettres. 



.lOIIX H. r.AFIX, 

ANCIKN'I' AND MODERN LAN(JUAOES, 



.M" Dsox 15. corr, a. n., 

MATHEMATICS. 

"B. ('. ('(>xxi.;r>, a. I!., 

NATURAL SCIENCE. 

MISS .M. K. V. PAinX)!-;, 

I'KKCKl'TllKSS, MENTAL I'MILOSQl'II Y. 

M RS. i;i(i IvXE STC A WW 

IV\INriN(; AND 1)RA\VIN(J. 

(M STAY IS V(KLKLI:K', 

INSTHIMKNIAI, AND \()(AL ^^^SIC. 

'I'. I!. XOSS. I!. K.. 

I'KKI'AHATOKV DKI'A KIM KN I'. 

MISS TILLI !■: |;a K'KFOIM) 

ELOCCriON. 



Will ifinisport Du^-kinson Seminary. 



ALlIMiNI. 



namp:s. class. 

Allen, R. P 1852 

Alexander, C. T 1858 

^Arndt, C. K 18f)8 

Baker, G. W 187G 

Bradley, Miss K 1857 

Beek, Miss M. J 1852 

Bowman, S. L 1852 

Bennett, Miss II. C 1858 

Barton, J. 11 hSHO 

Biddle, Miss K 18()1 

B>odine, Dewitt 1801 

Bi^j^^s, K. II 18()2 

Kowinan, S. S 18())) 

Burrdey, C. VV ISIi.'i 

P>oynton, Miss E 18()4 

r>art()n, Miss V. A 18(;5 

P)rovvn, J. J 18()7 

Bowman, A. S 1S(;8 

P>rown, .}.V I8<;s 

Beers, L. II 18(;i) 

Bnckalew, W. J 1871 

( arter, P. T 1875 

(leaver. Miss ( '. Y 1X70 

Crawford, Lavina P 1S55 

Craw lord, Miss U. A 1S57 

Cnrran, II. A 1S5S 

Conner, S. d . A ISCI 

Creveliii<,s S. A ISfi-J 

Cami.lu'll, P. C ISC,:; 

Church, i^\ K \X{\:\ 

Cooper, Miss A. M ISIM 

Cahler, Miss M lSi;5 

Crawford, Miss M. K lsr,5 

C\)x, C. S ISCC, 

Cleaver, Miss L. d ISCI) 

Chapman, II. () ISCS 

'■('omp, d. S ISOI) 

Conner, P,. C 1S71 

'Deceased. 



NAMES. 

Carver, W. A 

Camj)bell, I. V 

Campbell, R. P 

Clarke, F. A. (J 

('reagei', ('. K 

Cooper, Miss A 

Dart, Miss L 

Davis, Miss M. B 

Davis, Miss IP P> 

Dill, A. II 

' Diemer, d. !> 

Dill, \V. II 

Driun, M. L 

Dill, M. R 

De Armond, D. A 

Drink le, Miss M. K 

Deavor, K. K. A 

Dietrick, \\ V 

Dale, Miss I-^ 

■Knt, \V. II 

l^l)ert. Miss A. M 

Kcklnrt, Miss A. M.... 

Kdj^^er, Mis.-, M 

iMnery, Miss Pizzie d .. 

Plliott, Mi>s M. F 

l^ssini^ton, \, A 

rjnerv, Miss l']va \... 

rancry, Miss M. I* 

Fiirst, C. ( ; 

For>(, A () 

Fidler, C. L 

l-redcricks, D. II. M... 

I'anncc, d . 1^ 

r'riliiiij:, Miss M 

(icrc. Miss II. A 

( Jere, Miss S. 1' 

(neen, Miss II. M 

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< JriL;<4s, Mis> 15. *1\ 

( Jiildiii, J 

(ioodlandcr. Miss J. K. 

(Goodwill, W. 1-^ 

( jrieon, Miss M. A 

Hanks, H. R 

' i [vinan, Miss S. II 

Iljuiiniond, II. S 

Ilaiij.t, <;. W 

Ilcili.ian, K. V 

Ilcrr, Miss A. M 

I IaK'nl)ak(', M iss S. K... 
I laii^liawont, Miss S. F 

Ilcphiirn, A. I > 

IkisUv, Miss II. N 

IliiU'liison, J , ( i 

I lartmaii, Miss ( ' 

• Ilaimnoiid, ^V. A 

I lowcs, Miss A 

Ilinics, T. r> 

Hippie, T. (" 

Hitrliiiis, H 

Ilolloprtcr, S. (i. M 

I larniaii, Miss A. I^ 

Hairis, Miss I. 1* 

I Iciiii, ( '. I' 

Halm, Mis^ L. S 

Iliini^, Mi- L. II 

I lairis. I'\ ( I 

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. lames, I Iarr\' 

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Lowe, Miss A. S 

LcNaii, M iss M 

Loviil, Miss A. M 

Londeiislai^^cr, Miss II. S. 

Lovrlaiid, II. 

Low, AHss Kimna 

Law, F. S 

Lon^, H. K 

McMidcnhall, H. S 

Madill, (J. A 

Miiior, Miss J. II 

Miller, J. M 

Mussina, Miss L 

Mai in. Miss K 

Moore, S. (J 

Mussina, M iss II 

Massey, Miss A. K 

Mussina, Miss M. A 

Meliek, (). H 

McDowell, Miss I 

Mitchell, Miss M. .J 

•AIcDowell, Miss C 

Mc''loskey, M. J 

ALison, Miss T 

McDowell, A 

Muiray, T. H 

Markle, A. M 

Mass'v, Miss M. K 

May, \V. A 

.Madara, d. W 

Xa^li, Miss K. K 

Xefi; J. I 

Nash, Miss l'\ I-: 

Nicodenuis, J, I) 

Noicioss, \V. H 

Olmsted, Miss K 

OhiKted, Mi>s M 

Oliver, Miss A. S 

Opp, d. A 

Lacker, Miss M 

Packer, Miss S. L, 

Leaice, Miss A. M 



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NAMKS. CLASS. 

-Poisal, II. L ISoS 

->M\)U, II. II 187,8 

Porter, Miss K. S 1 SOO 

Kci^rhard, Miss S. S 18(W; 

llentz, W. F 1874 

Keeder, W. F L87r) 

llanKom, Miss K. E 1807 

Keynolds, S. A 1874 

Kiddle, Miss F 

Riddle, Miss M. F LS7,4 

Richards, Miss F. L 1873 

Jlyiv, J. W 1870 

Swengle, D. F ISOO 

Smith, T. J 1S()] 

Sjivlor, Miss J. S ISO'J 

Schoch, A 1S(;2 

Schofield, F. L 180)2 

Sliver, W. A 1802 

Scoville, Miss d. K 1S03 

Sadler, W. F 1S(;3 

Sj)ottsw()od, Miss L. M 1807) 

Souder, Miss II. L 1S07) 

San^ree, P. H LSfio 

Smith, 11. F 180)0 

Steinmetz, J. L 180,8 

Strine, Miss M. d ISO!) 

Strohm, W. H 1870 

S])an<j^ler, d. L 1S71 

Smith, X. P> 1872 

'Deceased. 



N A M MS. 

Stolz, Miss R. d 

Spottswood, Miss A. Iv... 

Tiinevhill, Miss S. A 

Taneyhill, AFiss M. F.... 

Taneyhill, (jr. L 

Taylor, Miss Ida A 

Taylor, J. W 

Townsend, W. V 

Tonner, A. C 

Taneyiiill, i). W 

Thomas, Miss Sadi(3 D.... 

Vandersliee, d. A 

V anibssen, Ada 

Vail, Miss R. 

Wei^el, I). II 

Way, F. F 

Wooden, Miss Dora 

Watson, I^\ \ 

Watson, Miss I'\ J^ 

Welty, Miss M. P 

Woodward, d 

Winej^ardner, Miss S. H 

"A o;aim^ Miss N 

■ Yocinn, (1. M 

^ Vetter, Miss M 

Yocnm, d. d 

Vount;-, J. P> 

Yoeum, K. H 

Ziders, Minnie 



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Willinmsport Dickinson Seminary. 



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June V.S, /<ST7. 

Lizzie W. (^inniiings, Sf Lock Haven. 

Annie F. Dashiell, (v- Annapolis, Md. 

M. Rnth Essington, S Williamsport. 

Adda E. King, C Watsontown. 

Maggie J. McCuUougli, S : Clearfield. 

Bessie Pearce, S Williamsport. 

Ida M. Wright, S Williamsport. 

Allen Bennett, S P)altinu)re, Md. 

Will S. (lihson, C Jersey Shore. 

John W. Lowe, S New Freedom. 

Ben. IL Mosser, C New Cumherland. 

Eugene (\ Kiddell, S Linden. 

Olin P>. Taneyhill,(' liryan, Ohio. 

Will Z. Young, 8 Hanover. 



,1UNI()|{ (1.A8S. 



Aggie E Barber, S Williamsport. 

Jennie K. Foulk, C 'vVilliamsport. 

Anna N. (libson, (/ Jersev Shore. 

Clara M. Hesser, S (Iiarlton. 

Ella /. Metzgcr, C Williamsimrt. 

,1. Wilson P>ixler, (■ Hanover. 

(^harlcs F. Dovle, S Pattonville. 

.John 11. l)nnki'rly, C Williamsport. 

Charh's (1. llann, S Wcatherly. 

W. Marlin Janirs, .Jr., S Shamokin. 

W. Bastian Konkle, Jr., C Montoursville. 

Williatn 11. Lewars, C Mohrsville. 

.John A. Mi'lslu'imer, C Hanover. 

( "harh's K. Moid, S Hanover. 

1). F. Owens, C PhiHij^shin-g. 

Robert K. lu'cdcr, S Hughi'sville. 

.Icrc 1>. Hex, S Mapleton. 

I' red. Iloger.-on, S Yorkshire, England. 

N. Saigc Boss, S I^ast Waterford. 

(i. Moll Scarborough, S P)altimorc-, Md. 

K. Walter Speer, S Mount Cnion. 

ISeientltic. Classical. 



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(JLAS.SICAL DEPARTMExNT. 



LADIES. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Bird, Rebecca Northumberland. 

Champion, Maggie Warrensville. 

Dashiell, Annie F Annapolis, Md, 

Dietriek, Carrie Williamsport. 

Foulke, Jennie Williams{)()rt. 

Gibson, Annie Jersey Shore. 

Hedges, Fxlith V Baltimore, Md. 

King, Adda Watsontown, 

May, Kosa Williamsport. 

Metzger, Ella Williamsport. 

Wolf, Emma Milton. 

GENTLEMEN. 

Brill, William Shamokin. 

J^ixler, J. W Hanover. 

Barnitz, S. J Ashland. 

Care, K. S Linglestown. 

Clark, William Williamsport. 

Datesman, W. M M uney. 

Dunkerley, J. R Williamsport. 

Gibson, W. S Jersey Shore. 

CJray, Wm. E Williamsport. 

Hartzell, C. V Newport. 

Haines, C. F York. 

Johnson, IL R Northumberland. 

Konkle, W. ]'> Montoursville. 

Lamason, H. ( ) Milton. 

Lewars, W. H , Mob rs v i lie. 

Lundy, Ay res Williamsport. 

Melsheimer, J. A Hanover. 

Mosser, J^). H New Cund)erland. 

Owens, I). F Philli[)sburg. 

Stevens, G. W H ustonto wn. 

Stevens, W. W Mount Lnion. 

Shammo, B. A Halifax. 

Taney h i 11, (). P) I Jrya n, Ohio. 

Yolkmar, William Williamsport. 



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8C IE NTIFIC DEPARTMENT. 



LADIES. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Allen, Lizzie W Baltimore, Md. 

Barber, Ag-ie Williamsport. 

Craig, Lizzie M WasliinjitonviUe. 

Cuinmings, Lizzie W Lock Haven. 

P:ssington, Kuth Williamsport. 

(lahle, Emma Williamsport. 

Georgia, Elnora A Rocktown. 

I lesser Clara Great Island. 

Havre,' Ida B Baltimore, Md. 

L(»ve, Kmma Loveville. 

Love, Anna Loveville. 

McCullongh, Maggie Cleariield. 

Pearee, Hessie Williamsport. 

Preble, Ida II Wellsboro. 

S[)eer, M ;'ggie Monnt Union. 

Smitli, Kate Linglestown. 

Sigalbcs, Buth Williamsport. 

Singer, Sadie Halifax. 

Switzer, Maggie Phillipsbnrg. 

Tlirnsh, Kate Lewistown. 

Wrigbt, Ida Williamsport. 

Wilson, VAhi Salladasbnrg. 

Young, Ida v Handver. 

GENTLEMEN. 

rx'inu-tt, A 11(11 Baltimore, Md. 

r>()wman, Harvey Williamsport. 

Daii-lurty, F. 1'^ Bedford. 

Doyle, ('. V Pattonville. 

iM.licr, G. W Camden, N. .1. 

( lilhcrt, 1\ A Piiiladelpliia. 

( icary, l^lgar Lock Haven. 

Hiss, Nelson Baltimore, Md 

Hann, G (i • Weatberly. 

Hill, .1. W Hazleton. 

1 Ie<lL:es, H. S I);dtim()re, Md. 

Haas, B. P Maiianoy. 






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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ilagan, Harry Williamsport. 

Harvey, J. C Harveyville. 

Ilitcbins, E. S FrostlMirg, Md. 

James, W. M Shamokin. 

Johnson, T. L Northumberland. 

Jones E. N Baltimore, Md. 

Kift, K. E Williamsport. 

Lowe, J. W New Market, Md. 

McDowell, William S I-ig^^t Street. 

Moul, C. E Hanover. 

McDowell, Harry Williamsport. 

McFarland, Charles Lonaconing, Md. 

McMeen, J. A Port Boyal. 

Bidden, E. C Linden. 

Bogerson, Frederic Yorkshire, England . 

Bex, J. B Mapleton. 

Beeder, B. K Ilughesville. 

Boss, Sargent ^^^t Waterlbrd. 

Scarborough, G. Mott Baltimore, Md. 

Speer, B. W ^I^>"^^t ^^"i«"- 

Stephens, T. C Dodgeville, Wis. 

Swope, L N Mapleton. 

Shapley, W. E Shippensburg. 

Strayer, (i. I) ^^^^^'^ Haven. 

Talbot, G. F Elko, Nevada. 

Vanderslice, F. P Bloomsburg. 

Vanderslic'c, A. H Light Street. 

Wilson, J. I Salladasbnrg. 

Wvkofi; P.S Turbntville. 

Young, Wm. Z Hanover. 

Young, B. C Haverhill, Ohio. 



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PRE PA R ATOR V DEPARTMENT. 



LADIES. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Al len, Sadie Williamsport. 

Brewer, Ida *. Williamsport. 

Brooks, Laura Wil liamsport. 

Fearoii, Anna Beech Creek. 

Fornian, Mary Williamsport. 

( leliret, Klla Williamsport, 

Ililgei t, Emma Williamsport . 

Hill, Dol 1 y Willi amsport. 

Hill, Delia Williamsport. 

I ly man, .Jennie Williamsport. 

I r V 1 n , Ida Wil 1 i amsport. 

Kramer, Clara Treverton. 

K irk, Nellie Wil liamsport. 

Kerns, Jennie Williamsport. 

Mei xell, Minora Lewisbu rg. 

Mitchell, Maud Williamsport. 

Moltz, Klla Williamsport. 

Pearce, ( 1 race Wil liamsport. 

Pardoe, Minnie Williamsport. 

Polsgrove, Mamie Williamsport. 

Proctor, Laura Watsontown. 

(^uick, Celia Ralston. 

I u y nolds, I .yslc ( Gettysburg. 

Rot ii rock, Kate Williamsport. 

Pot li rock, Laura Williamsport. 

Snyder, Liz/.ic W Williamsport. 

Swa rt /, M a<:u i c Wil 1 iamsport. 

Strong, Ilaiuiah A Williams[)()rt. 

Stuart, May Williamsport. 

\ o-s, Rosa Delaware Station, N. J. 

Willits, Louisa Williamsport. 

GENTLEMEN. 

Adams, ('. V. P Reading. 

liickcrton, .1. (i Port (^arhon. 

1>"«1<, Arthur Williamsport. 

I»''i^l't, -L K Hernville. 



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NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Bush, J. R East Stroudshurg. 

Brown, H. L Ilarrisburg. 

Bowman, J. II Mililinville. 

Burch, Arthur Will iamsport. 

Colton, H. M Williamsport. 

Conn, George Hatboro. 

Conner, J. E Marion, Md. 

Campbell, E. D Williamsport. 

Campbell, H. J Williamsport. 

Creasy, A. B Mifliinville. 

Culler, C. L Milton. 

Cidler, C. D Milton. 

De vereaux, Thomas Wi Icox. 

Dietrick, Edward Williamsport. 

Eisenhart, O. W Shamokin. 

Elden, Mayberry Williamsport. 

Faries, Randolph Williamsport. 

Faries, W. H Williamsport. 

Fisher, J. R Williamsport. 

Ferguson, J. B East Waterlbrd. 

Giffin, D. R Wells' Tannerv. 

Griesing, Gustav Ilazleton. 

Griesing, Conrad Ilazleton. 

Holland, W. S Millwood, V i 

Ililbish, P. C Sclinsgrove. 

Haas, J. P Mahanoy. 

Ilartzel, J. V Mifilinville. 

lions, Alfred Mifilinville. 

Hill, Charles Williamsport. 

Koch, P:. V Rocktown. 

Knight, W. A Orwin 

Kloi)p, A. M North Ilcidelburg. 

Leppert, (r. W Port .Icrvis, X. V. 

Lochead, D. S Lonaconing, Md. 

Lloyd, A. P Paltimore, Md. 

Long, I Tarry \\ AL'( 'onnclsl )urg. 

Metzger, ( rcorgi^ Williamsport. 

Mitchell, Max Williamsport. 

Metzler, (). S Ilarrisonville. 

Newhouscr, Ch. W Sluaiandoah City. 

Pardoe, Wm. H Williamsport. 

Pearce, J. J Williamsport. 

Patton, Frank Curweusvillc. 



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NAMES. * KESIDENCES. 

Piitton, CharK's Ciirwensville. 

Parson, G. L Sunbury. 

Keidk'r, Clement Frostburg, Md. 

Kotbroek, Ilarrv Williamsport. 

Stuart, Wm Williamsport. 

Stuart, Eddie Williamsport. 

Slioop, G. F New Cumberland. 

Stuart, Cbarles Williamsport. 

Snyder, A. W Mifflinville. 

Senser, George Phillipsburg. 

Tait, W. W Carlisle, England. 

Travers, S. B Baltimore, Md. 

Tbom [)S()n, I >. F Williamsport. 

Tiddy, Rob. (J Frostburg, Md. 

Taylor, W. II Allentown. 

Yoss, W. II Dehiware Station, N. J. 

Wea ver, .J. 1 1 Williamsport. 

Weiden banier, ( '. 1 ) Dewart. 

Zimmermann, Fred vVillia msport. 

Zimmermaim, Ehner Williamsport. 



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MUSICAL DEPARTMENT, 



LADIES. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Barber, Aggie Williamsport. 

Barber, Annie Williamsport. 

Brewer, Ida Williamsport. 

Brooks, Laura Williamsport. 

Cbampion, Maggie Warrensville. 

Craig, Lizzie M Wasbington vi lie. 

Dart, Libbie W' illiamsport. 

Fearon, Anna Beecb Creek . 

Gebret, Ella Williamsport. 

Gibson, Annie lersev Sbore. 

Kramer, Clara Treverton. 

Lloyd, Sallie W^illiamsport. 

Love, Emma Loveville. 

Lyons, Annie Will iamsport. 

Mann, Ida Williamsport. 

Metzger, Ella Williamsport. 

Pardoe, Minnie Williamsport. 

Proctor, Laura Watsontown. 

(^uick, Celia Ralston. 

Peynolds, Lysle Gettysburg. 

Kotbroek, Maggie Williamsport. 

Kotbroek, Kate Williamsport. 

Singer, Sadie Ilaliiax. 

S})eer, Maggie ]\Iount Lnion. 

Smitb, Kate • Linglestown. 

Strong, Ilannab A Williams])ort. 

Switzer, ^Liggie PbiHii)sbnrg. 

Voss, Kosa M Delaware Station, X. .1. 

Wrigbt, Ida Williamsport. 

Wilson, l^lla Salladasburg. 

Young, Ida Hanover. 

Jetter, P)ertb;i Williamsport. 

Stuart, May Williamsport. 

GENTLEMEN. 

Fisber, .1. 11 Williamsport. 

.Tobnson, II. L Nortbumbrrland. 

Melsbeimer, .1. A Hanover. 



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LADIES. 

NAMES. RESIDENCP^.S. 

A lien, Lizzie Baltimore, Md. 

Cham})ion, M aggie Warrensville. 

I )u Hois, C Willianisport. 

Eberhart, Kate „ Willianisport. 

Kssinglon, Ruth Willianisport. 

Fin ley, Mrs Willianis{)ort. 

(Jood lander, Ada Willianisport. 

Ilebard, Mamie Williamsi)ort. 

Hedges, Edith Baltimore, Md. 

Hermanee, Mrs. A Williamsi)ort. 

Kramer, Cdara Treverton. 

Love, Anna Love ville. 

Mei xel 1, M i nora Lewisbn rg. 

Miller, ( arrie Willianisport. 

Moltz. Ella Williamsport. 

Mudge, Emma Willianisport. 

Pardoe, ^^mn ie Wi 1 1 iamsport. 

Polsgrove, Mamie Williamsport. 

Pea ree, Bessie Williamsport. 

(,)niek, Celia Ralston. 

Richards, Kmma Williamsimrt. 

Jlenninger, Ida Williamsport. 

Switzer, Maggie Phillii)sl)nrg. 

Lroxcl, Mrs Williamsport. 

riman, Rosa Williamsport. 

I Id, Ricke Williamsport. 

Welty, Mollic P (Jettyshurg. 

Warner, p:ila Pennfield. 

GENTLEMEN. 

Danglurty, l-\ E Bedford. 

Hann, (\ (I Weatherly. 

(iray, William 1^ Williamsport. 

Koch, K. \ Roektown. 

Mtd^^adden, B Williamsport. 

Taylor, W. U Vllentown. 

Wheeler, Frank Williamsport. 



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LADIES. 

NAMES. RESIDENCES. 

Ayres, Cora W illiamsport. 

Ayres, Amy Will iamsport. 

Coryell, Sallie Williamsport. 

Case, Frank Williamsport. 

F'inney, Minnie Williamsport. 

Plebnrd, Jnliet Williamsport. 

Packer, .Juliet Williamsjiort. 

Ziders, Minnie Wil liamsport. 

GENTLEMEN. 

ITotehkiss, Er W^illiamsport. 

Sehrade, Lewis - Williamsport. 



SUMMARY. 

Classical Department , '55 

Scientific '' 60 

Preparatory " \)\) 

Art " :J5 

Music " :\C) 

Special Students 10 

L>81 
Names ('ounted Twice 4o 

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Whole Number bv Terms 470 



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(H)UR8E8 OF STUDY. 



In order to meet the wants of a larger class of Students, five regular Courses 
of study are provided, namely : The Normal English, Science and Literature, 
CUiisslcal, Art, and Music;. Students may ado])t any of these courses exclusively, 
or may select- such studies from tliem as they desire, sul)ject to the approval of 
tlie Faculty. 

T\\(' Normal Kugllsh is designed to meet Uw, increasing (U^uand for teachers 
In our Common Schools, and is heartily commended to young ladles and gentle- 
men who desli-e thorough instruction and di'ill in the Kngllsh bi'anches. To those 
who complete this course a Diploma, expressing tlie scholarship attained, will be 
given. 

The coui'se in Science and Litei'ature is intended to give wider cultiu'e and 
more thorough mental discipline. It dilfers from the Classical Course mainly in 
that it omits the (ireek Languag<' entirely, and makes Latin elective with (Jcrman 
or French during the lirst two \(*a!'s Ilefoi'e entering upon this course, the Stu- 
dent must he thoroughly ac(|u:nnted with the Common English bi'anches. 

The Classical Course is much more extensive than is ordinarily pursued at 
SemiJiaries. It will ciiiii])are fa\(jriil»ly with the Curriculum adopted bv our best 
institutions (tf learning. We offer it with entire contidvUice to young men Avho 
are preparing for professional lite, and also to young ladies who aspin^ tosupei'ior 
Intellectual culture, 'j'iie pi'cparat ion ioi- this course is a thorough knowledge of 
tlie studies emi)raced in llie l'reparator\- course. 

^Oun-- men desiiMng to eiitei- 1 lie low ci' or higher classes In College are allowed 
to take such studies as they need fortliat i)urj)ose. 



Preparatory Course. 

Class^'s ai-e foi-in"d each ta'tn for he^-jnning and advanced Students in Arlth- 
Uicl i.-. 1 .1 am mar. (-co ^i-aph^ I'olit ical and l'h\sical ^-liisloi'y, Algebra and Latin. 



l"ii;sr Ti;i.':M. 



I Arithmetic Written and Mental — (^Fi>h\s Complete, 

! l"jigli-li < ii-anniiar ( Harvev;. [Kobinson). 

' ( it ograpliy i Moiileit h i. 

I 1 1 i story I Hi ted States. 

1 Urst Lesson- in Latin ( I larkiiess). 



SlJOND Tiin'M 



Aiithnietic Written and ^L'ntal - 

i'jigli>li < Jraniniar I I Lirvev i. 

( Jcogrn)>liv and >Lip I>rawing (Monteitli) 

1 1 isloi V I nited States. 

Latin ( irainniar and Reader. 



b'ish's Complete, 
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TniKi) Term. 



f Arithmetic — Written and Mental 

I English (franHMar (Ilarvcy). 

j Algebra, ( Robinson's University). 

I Latin — Syntax and Header. 

( Book-Keeping. 



(1^'isb's Coni[)lete, 
[Robinson ). 



Normal English Course. 

This course is designed to accommodate young men whose time for school is 
limited, and especially thos(^ who are pi'cparing to teach in our Common Schools. 
A DiploiiKi will be given to those who complete tlu; (;ours(;. 



FiiisT Term 



Second Term. 



Third Term. 



FIRST YEAR. 

fAritlunetic — W^ritten an<l Mental — Fisli's Complete, 
I English Cirarnnmr (ITarvey). [Kobinson. j 

I (xeography (Monteith). 
History United States, 

(Arithmetic — Written and Mental — (Fish's Com[)lete, 
I English (iranimar (Harvey ). [Kobinson). 

j (j(eogra[)hy and Maj) Drawing (Monteith). 
I llistorv Fnited States. 

f Arithmetic — W^rittcn and Mental — (Fish's Complete, 
I English (Irammar (Harvey). [Robinson.) 

] Algebra (Robinson's ( •niversity). 
Book-Keeping. 



First Term. 



Second Term. 



Third Term. 



SE(M)Nl) YEAR. 

History — Ancient and Modern. 
I Rhetoric. 

I Science of (government (Alden). 
I l^hysical Ceography (Houston). 
I Algebr;i ( Ro])inson's Fniversitv). 
I Rhvsioh)gv — oi)tional — ( Huxlev c^ Y^'oiunans). 

[ History — Ancient and Modern). 

I Rhetoric. 

[ Physical Cieogra])hy flTonston'). 

I Natural Philosophy ( I*eck's ( Janot). 

1 ( Jeonu'try (Chauvenet). 

I History — Ancient and Modern. 
I Rhetoric. 

I Natural Philos<)})hy ( Peck's Canot ). 
I Natural History. 
( ieometrv (( 'hativenet ). 




First Term. 



Course in Science and Literature. 



I'})on coinpletliig- tli(^ following course, the Student will be entitled to the 
Deij^ree of Bachelor of Science. Those not wishing- to take the whole course can 
pursue such studies as they desire, subject to tlie action of tlie Faculty. 

FIRST YEAR. 

Plistory — Ancient and Modern. 

Science of Government (AldenJ. 

Ivlietoric. 

Physical (xeography ( Houston ). 

Algebra (Kobinson's University). 
First Lessons in Latin (Harkness).^ 
French (l)ufiet). I Elective, 

(iernian (Whitney). J 

History — Ancient and Modern. 

Rhetoric. 

Natural Philosophy (Peck's Ganot). 
Second Term. | Geometry (Chauvenet). 

Latin — Grammar and Reader. ] 

French (Hufiet). I Elective. 

German (Whitney). J 

Historv — Ancient and Modern. 
Rhetoric. 

Natural Philosophy (Peck's Ganot). 
Third Term. ' ( Jeometry (Ghauvenet). 

Latin — Syntax and Reader. 

French (bnflet). !^ Elective. 

(Jerman (W'hitnev). 



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Second Term 



TiiiiM) Term 



SECOND VFAK. 

English Literature (Shaw). 

Physiology f Huxley c^ Youmans). 

Aig('l)ra (Robinson's Fniversitv). 

Putin —Syntax, ('a'sar—( Allen &Greenough). ) 
l;n-nch. ' . lElec. 

(icrnian. J 

Political Iv-onomy ( Wayland). 

Mental I'hilo^ophy ( Wayland). 

Algebra I Kobinson's Fniversitv). 

Latin -Syntax, X'irgil ~((1iase). ) 

1;'"^'"<'I»- 'r Elective. 

( iernian. 

]^]vidences of ( "hristianlt v. 
Mental Philosophy (Wayland), 
l)otany (( iray's Lessons). 
J'rigonometry. 

Latin — Virgil — (Chase). ) 

French. ^ KJeet 

(ierman. J 



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TlirRI) VEAPv. 

(Moral Philosophy (Wayland). 

T^ rr (reology ( Dana). 

First Term. < r, i ^^ ,Vv , \ 

/oology (Orton). 

iVnalytical Geometry (Olney). 



Second Term. 



Third Term. 



liOgic (Coppee). 

Chemistry — with Lectures — (Eliot & Storer). 
Astronomy. 
i Calculus (Olney). 

f Butler's Analogy (Emory & Crooks). 

I (Chemistry — with Lectures — (Eliot h Storer.) 

Phvsics. 

Calculus (Olney). 



Classical Course. 

I^pon completing tli(3 following course, the Student will be entitled to the 
Degree of Bachelor of Arts. Iliose not wishing to complete tlu^ course can pur- 
sue such studies as they desire^ subject to the action of the Faculty. 

FTPvST YEAPt. 

f History— Ancient and Modern. 
Science of (Jovernment (Alden). 
Rhetoric. 

Physical Geography (Houston). 
Algel)ra Robinson's ( Frdversitv). 
Latin — Syntax, Ca'sar — (Allen ik Greenough). 
( rreek — b'irst P>ook — ( Harkness). 



First Term. 



Second Term. 



Third Term. 



I History — Ancii'iit and Modern. 

I Rhetoric. 

I Nalund l*hilosophy ( Peck's Ganot). 

I ( Jeometry ( ( 'hanvenet ). 

I Latin. -Syntax, Virgil — (Clias(^). 

I Greek — First I)Ook — (Harkness). 

f History- Ancient and Modern. 
I Rhetoric. 

I Natural Philosophy ( Peck's (ianot). 
I (ieonietry (( 'hauveiu't ), 
1 J^atin -Virgil — ( Chase), 
(f reek — Anabasis. 



I^'iRsT Term. 



SF(M)NI) VFAR. 

[ English Literature (Shaw). 
i Physiology (IliixleycV' Youmans), 
I Algebra (Robinson's Fniversity). 
I Latin — Salnst ; Cic(T() — Orations. 
I ( Ireek — Homer — Iliad. 



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I Political Economy (Waylaiul). 

I Mental Philosoplly (Way land). 

I Algebra ( Robinson's University). 
Latin — Cicero — de Senectute — (Antlion), 
(jreek— Homer — Greek Testament. 

f Evidences of Christianity. 
I Mental Pliilosophy (Wayhind). 
[ Tri^i^onometry. 
I Latin — Livv. 
Greek — Xenophon — Memorabilia. 

THIRD YEAR 



First Tkiim. 



Second Term, 



Third Term. 



(Moral Science ( Wavland). — 

I ZooloL^y (Orton). 

I ( reolouy ( Dana). 

I Analytical (Jeometry (Olney). 

I Latin — Horace. 

I^Cireek — Plato — Apology and Crito. 

{ Loi^dc ( Co})i)ee). 

Chemistry — with Lectnres— (Eliot k Storer). 

Astronomy. 

Calculus ( Olney j. 

Latin — Cicero — de Ofliciis. 
I (ireek — Demosthenes— ( )rations. 

I Rutler's Analogy ( J^nory c^c Crooks). 
Chemistry —witli Li'ctures— (Eliot c^ Storer.) 
(Calculus ( Olney). 

Latin -Tacitus — ( Jermania and Agricola. 
(J reek — Demosthenes— Orations. 



Modern Languages 



[ Grammar ( Whitney). 
i Leader ( Whitncv).' 
! Wilhclm Tell (SchillerV 
(Ji;km.\\ CdiFJsE. : .LmglVau von Orleans (Schiller). 

I|)higenie anf Tauris ((hrthe). 

I'\aust (( hi'thei. 

Dictionary ( Adh'r). 

< Irammar ( hullet ). 
( 'ollo(|nial Lcadei- ( Duflet ). 
Paul et X'irginia i St. Pierre). 
(Massic Reader ( Dc T'ivas). 
( ornme ( >Lidame de Stael). 
L\VlIem:igne ( Madame de Stael). 
Les Miscrables ( \'ictor JLigo). 
Dictionarv ( Surenne). 



L'rexch CuLliSE. 







Course in Music. 

The aim u\ this department will be to give a thorough Musical Ivlu- 
cation, both in the techniipie and the {esthetics of the art, and to this end 
only standard text books and studies will be used. 

The Graduating Course comprises selections from the following studies 
and is intended to occupy about three years. Students completing the 
course will receive a Diploma. Pieces adapted to the attainments of the 
pupil are given from the first: 

FIRST YKAIl. 

Kichardson's New Method; New I^^ngland Conservatory Method; Du- 
vernoy's Studies in Mechanism; Herz's Studies, Book 1 and 2; Krause's 
Studies, op. 2 and 4 ; Loeschh«en's, op. ()(> ; Plaidy's Technical Studies ; 
Bertini's, o}). 29 and \V1 ; Mason's System of Accents ; Czerny's vSchool of 
Velocity, Book 1 and 2 ; Czerny's 100 Progressive Studies, op. L']9. 

SECOND VEAPt. 

Czerny's Studies on the Art of I)evelo[)ing the Lingers, op. 740, Book 
1 and 2; Czernv's School of Velocitv, Book 3 and 4 ; Herz's Studies, Book 
8, 4 and o ; ^Ljscheles, o[). 73 ; Kohler's S[)ecial Studies, l>ook and Exer- 
cises ; Kohler's Classical School, from No. 1 to G ; ALiyer's Studies, oj). (>1, 
Book 1 and 2 ; Clement's Preludes and Exercises ; Heller's Studies, o}). 46, 
Book 1 and 2. 

THIRD YEAR. 

Czerny's op., 740, l)()ok 3, 4, o and ; ALjschcles' Studies, op. 70 ; 
Clement's Studies; (Iradur's and Parnassun ; Cramer's Studies; Liszt's 
Studies; Thalburg Studies ; Schuman's Studies, op. L*). 

VOCAL TR VINLXG. 

I'^iiiST Yi:ar. — Study of the Registers, the Major Scale, Solfeggi, ( I)as- 
sini, Lablacln', Concone or e(juivalent ;) some songs. 

Second Ykail Chromatic Scale, Minor Scale, Swelled Notes, ()rna- 
ments, (Bassini, Concone oi' eipiivalent ;) some songs, (Abt., Knecken, 
(iund)ert, Proch, >Lillard, etc.) 

Third Yi:ar. Solfeggi, i Bordogni, Concone, etc.) Recitation, ( )ra- 
torio and Operatic ^Lisic. 

THEORY OF MUSH^ 

I'lRsr Yi:ar. -Rudiments of Thorough Bass. 
Second Y ear. Richter's Harmonic. 

Third YEAR.-Ilichter's Harmonic, Cherubini's Counterpoint and 
L^igui'. 






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Studi'iits not wishin<^ to take the (jrrM(ln:itin^ Piano Course, may take 
a course on the Reed ()r«j^an, selected hy the teacher, and will be likewise 
j^ ranted a Diploma, il' they ac(|uire ahility in reading ordinary eliurch 
nuisic at sight, and in a manner suflieiently clear for })urposes of accompa- 
niment. 

Students of the Graduating Piano and Organ Courses are required to 
join the General Singing Class. 

A full course of Violin playing has also been prepared for the benefit 
of those who are seeking superior attainments in this department. 



Course in Art. 

This department is under the direction of a lady of rare ahility and 
wide culture. Having axhled to the usual art curriculum in a Seminary 
the regular cours(^ at a School of Design, she is thoroughly ([ualiHed to 
meet the most rigid demand for instruction in both the useful and orna- 
mental branches of the dei)artment. 

The course in Drawing comprises Line;ir, Persi)ective, Object and Model 
Drawing. Also, a course in Mechanical Drawing for the practical work of 
the engineeer, the architect or the artizan. Due attention is given to the 
branches of India Ink, Water (\)lors, Pastel and (yravoninir — Portrait 
( "rayoning being a specialty. The course in Oil embraces Landscape and 
Portrait Painting. 

StudiMits desiring a full course in this department will, upon satisfactory 
advancement in all its branches, be entitled to a Diploma. 



Elocution. 

Elocution is recognized as a most important branch of education. 
This department is under the supervision of a thoroughlv ([ualified and 
experienced teaehei", and will include a carelul vocal drill, and practice in 
the entire I'ange of expression. It will also embody such a varietv of 
Ivecitations and Readings as may seem to exem})lify the (pialities and mod- 
ulations of the voice, and will cover gesture and action. 



Williannsport Dickinson Senminary. 



MISCELLAIEOUS INFORMATION. 



We will not be ready to receive Students before the first day of the 
Term. On the second day classes are formed, a term schedule for recita- 
tions adopted, and lessons assigned. 

Students from other schools may enter any class on passing a satisfac- 
tory examination in the previous studies of the course, or their equivalents. 

The ladies are allowed to substitute a course in Music, or Drawing 
and Painting, or Gernian and French, for the Greek Language, and for 
Analytical Geometry and Calculus. 

()rthograi)hy, Etymology, Heading, Composition and Declamation 
throughout all the courses. 

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

In the de})artments of Ancient and Modern Languages, the classes are 
practiced in oral and written exercises throughout the course. 

Lectures will ])e given from time to time in the various departments. 

Special instruction will be given to those who may wish to prepare 
themselves for the imi)ortant duties of teaching. 

A Biblical Class will also be formed for the benelit of such as have the 
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GENERAL INFORMATION. 



LOCATION. 



Williamsport is one of the most beautiful and healthy places In the State. Tt 
has never been subject to epidemics of any kind. Many coming to the school 
sickly have returned fully restored. The location is central and accessible from 
all (luarters. Railroads bring us within a few hours' ride of Elmlra, Lock Haven, 
Erie, Danville, PottsvlUe. Harrlsburg, Ilollldaysburg, Philadelphia. Baltimore and 
New York. No more desirable position for a Seminary of Learning can be found. 

ORGANIZATION. 

The School Is organized on the most approved plan of the best Institutions of 
New York and New England. It embraces both sexes, under the same govern- 
ment and instruction. Th(^ members of the Faculty occupy apartments In the 
building, eat at the same table, and have constant oversight of all the Students. 

The Ladies" private and public rooms are entirely separate from the others, 
and there Is no association of the sexes but In the presence of tlielr Instructors. 
The Ladies ntid (ieiitletnen have le^x freedtnn of intereouvHe here tliaii at hotne. 

The happy inlluence, vattually exerted In their slight association In the recita- 
tion room, at the tabl(3, and In the public exercises of the chapel, Is to be seen In 
the cultivation of a cheerful and animated disposition, in the formation of good 
habits and manners, in ardent devotion to study, and in the attainment of high 
moral character. These, with many other valuable results, have established the 
fact that the best plan for a school is, according to the evident design of Provi- 
dence in the constitution of society, on the basis of a well regulated Christian 
family. 

ACCOMMODATIONS. 

The buildings will accommodate (two in a room) over two hundred Students. 
They air l)ri('k, lieated l)y furnaces in tlie cellar, and supplied witli water. 'I'he 
rooms arc lai-g<' and well Ncntilated. In the entire arrangement of the i)uildings 
gi'f^al cai-c lias b(M'n tak(Mi tor the comfort and liealtli of tlie occupants. Tlie 
grounds contain a))out live acri^s, atTording surticicnt room foi' exercise and play. 

kxi'i^:nsls. 

;v tlic following list of prli cs it will l)c seen that our total charges are (|uite 
u as those ot any institution ot tlie like grade in the State, not excepting 
' schools in which cheap scholarshi])s have l)een sold. \V(> desin^ to place 

, osi of education at the lowest, i)oint possible, and thus afford to the masses 

\\(\ intellectual and moral cultur(\ 

Students attending a pai't ot a 'l\'rni will be cliarged at the rate of $4.00 per 
week. 

'I'OTVI, CIIAU(;KS KOI! ACADKMIC YKAH. M'OTAL CliAK(JES FOR ^I'ERM 01' 12 WEEKS. 

Classical or Scientitic Course .. $'2ou :u Classical or Scientitic Course ffil m 

Kngllsh Course l«.>:i :i:i | i^:nglisli Course 5s (jo 

M'his includes board, washing, (12 pieces per week,) room and furniture, fuel 
tuilion and incidentals. 



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TIITION. 



TERM— 1'2 Weeks. Tekm— b; Weeks. 
$7 00 $S 00 



Common Kngllsh 

Higher English T oo 

Scientific Department, with Lectures 10 oo 

Classical " " " 10 oo 

Modern Languages '^ ^>^ 

Drawing ' 4 00 

Monochromatlcs and Pastel Painting, each.. 5 oo 

Painting in Water Colors 5 00 

Painting in Oil 12 00 

Portrait Painting 20 00 

Instrumental Music— Piano or Reed Organ . 12 00 bJ 00 

Use of Instrument H 00 4 00 

Theory of Music, in Classens ♦> 00 k oo 

Vocal Culture, In classes s 00 10 «! 

Vocal (Culture, to single pupils 20 oo 2(5 «m 

s 00 



9 Ha 
iH aa 
la aa 

4 ()7 

5 aa 

() ()T 

« «7 

16 00 

26 H7 



Violin Music, in class(3S <> 00 

Violin Music, to single pupils 15 00 20 oo 

Vocal Music, In classes 2 00 a oo 

Fuel for Fall and Winter Terms, each a oo 

Fuel for Spring Term 2 00 

Incidental and (wcneral Expenses 2 00 

Heating Public Halls, &c 50 

Janitor's Services 50 



Pupils are received at any time. Deduction for absence is made on recom- 
mendation of the President to the l^reasurer. No deduction for Board or Tuition 
for absence of ten days or less, at the beginning, or the last three weeks before 
the close of the Term. 
Term bills payable In advance, one-half at opening, and the ])alance at the 

middle of the Term. 

Wash-bowls and pitchers furnished at cost and taken back at tlie same price, 
if uninjured. The same rule for door keys. 

Five dollars must be left on deposit, on entering, to cover damages that the 
Student may do to room or other property. This will be returned wiien tlie 
Studfmt leaves, in case no Injury has been done to room or property. 

TERMS AND VA( ATIONS. 

'V\\v Seminary Year Is divided into tliree unecpial Terms, as follows: 

HECINS. ENDS. 

Fall Term, Monday, Sept. a, ls77. December 24. 
Winter 1>:rm. Monday, Jan. 14, ls7s. April s. 
SrRiN(; Term, Monday, April s, isTs. June 27. 

'I'ERMS OF ADMISSION. 

1. The Student must lie well recomniended as to moral character. 
School is not designed to be a Hous<' of R<'fuge. 

2. Must arrange with the Treasurer all bills before attending recitations, 
a. Must take at least four studies, unless excused by the Faculty. 

4. Parents are advised to deposit with the Presid(>nt all siiending niomy, to 
be returned in such amounts as he may think best. 

5. Must agree to comply with all tlie rules and regulations of the Scliool. 

>< H.— Eacli Student will be consi(l(Ted a member of the Institution until due 
notice sliall have been given of intention to leave, and ])(M'missi()n obtained ot tlie 
President. 



VACATION. 

a weeks. 
None. 
Weeks. 



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KOOMS AND (l.OTIIING. 

T]w rooms arc furnislKHl with all h(\i\y articles, but the Stii(l(4its must brln^,^ 
their own sheets, (lor double beds,) pillows, pillow cases, blankets, counterpanes 
and towels, and lind their own brooms, mirrors, coal oil and lamps. 

Students should he su])plied with warm, durable clothing-, heavy boots and 
shoes, an umbrella, and a pair of slippers to be worn while in the building. All 
articles of clothuKj slwuld be carefully marked with the full name. 

APPAEATUS. 

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

DISCIPLINE. 

The discipline is tirm, but mild and Impartial. While every encouragement 
will be given to tlie orderly and studious, and due allowance be made for youthful 
in(Uscretion, yet the lawless and refivactory cannot long remain among us. 

RELKJIOrS SERVICES. 

Every Student is recpiired to attend religious services in the Chapel daily as 
well as public worship, morning and evening, every Sabbath, at svch place an 
parents or (jnardians ma// d<'si(/iiatc, the I'resident assentlno". 

N. I5.-Each Student must be sup})lied with a P.ible, to be read without note or 
sectarian comment, in the services Of the Chapel, ^riie whole School read in concert. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

Besides the regular weekly (^xercises in Composition and Declamation there 
are tlu-ee nourishing Literary Societies in the Instituticm : the "Belles Lettres - 
''Gamma lOpsilon,- and "Tripartite^ rnion,- each of which prepares and reads to 
tlie School a paper once a month. About 2,250 volumes are in the; Societies' 
Libraries. 

MERIT AND ])EMP:HIT. 

A strict weekly record is kept of all the exercises of the School, from which 
record tlie students will be grarled. 

A record (,r demerits is also kei)t. Tardiness, unexcused absences from re- 
quired ,-x<>.vises, and .11 disorderly conduct, will subject the Student to demerit 
liiarks. Ten such marks InMng a ))rivate reproof Ix-fore tlie Faeultv tw(uitv a 
1»'">'"' n-primand brt.av the whole Schnol ; and tl.irty mav send the offender 
aua\. st'ssinnal reports are sent to i)arents u Ihmi resiuested. 

A WOIM) LO PARKN'rs. 

1. :?^Try t.. l.av.. vour einldrcn Here on iiw (irst day of tin; term, hut not 
/— , as we u ill n..l he ready to ree.i vv t Hem. Tlie .-lasses are nu the second dav 

'".7,"7';"'"' " ^^"' '"' '""'^''•' '•-'•alI<'oneenied that the Student starts n-uiari'v 
wit li Ins class. 

2. n p..ssibl,>,don.»t call llicmnuay duriim-tlies...sion. Absence, it only lor 
a Irw days, disarranges the class, and is generally the lH>ginningof irreguhiritv 
'»ii 'he p;ir( or the scjiolar. 

:•• Do not allow N<,ur childnMi to leave Ihc s,-hool before the examinations 
unless It cannot be avoided. Serious iiiconvenhuice, toall concenied, often arises 
t'roni a neglect, of this caution. 

t. Supply them n'rf,sj.,rin;i/f, with spending money. Parents cannot be too 
cautious on this point. 

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funds. In this way a more judicious us(^ of your money will be made, and your 
child will be kept fiom many temptations. 

u>;'°Students not boarding in the Institution must observe the following addi- 
tional rules : 

1. Attend Dally Prayers. 

2. Must attend all the Scmilnary Exercises punctually. 

3. Must spend the Intervals betw^een recitations In the Study Hall. 

4. Must account for all absence by written excuse without delay, time and 
number of recitations being specltled. 

5. Must not visit the rooms of boarders without permission. 



BY-LAA\';S. 



1. During the hours of study the studc.'nts shall not be unnecessarily absent 
from their rooms. 

2. At the time appointed to attend i)rayers, recitation, IcM^ture, or other 
exercise, eacdi student shall repair (/u>et/i/ and jn-ouiidlu to th(3 place designated. 

3. 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 th(; l)uilding with tobacco. 

4. Th(^ students sliall not be absent from their rooms at night after the hour 
of study indicat^ed by the ringing of the bell, nor shall they attend parties or 
mixed asstunblies without permission f rom th(3 President; nor shall they at any 
time visit taverns, or other places of public resort, or on any occasion indulge in 
the use of Intoxicating Ihtuors. 

5. All profane and indecent language, playing at games of chan<v\ Injuring 
the property of the Institution oi- of citi/ens, (luarreiing, lighting, the<*arrying of 
flre-arms or other dangerous weapons, are strictly forbidden. 

(). No student shall hnive the limits of the town foi- a longer time than one 
hour without ])(U'mlssion from tlie President. 

T. Each student will l)e held strictly accountablt^ for any damage he oi- slie 
may cause to tlu; seminary i)ropert\. D.unages l»\ unknown parties may be 
assc^ssed on the school. 

s. Tlie Teachers must, at, all tint's, have access to the stu<lents' rooms, and 
if it be judged necessar.\', the rooms will l)e cleaned at the expense of the 
occupants. 

1). Cl(\inliness of person and of a])j)arel, and a gent lenian!,\ and lad\-like 
(hiportment must b" obser\ed b.\- all. 

10. No water, dirt, or ol her material, sliall be t hrow n from an\ w iiidow in t lie 
buildings, or down the hot-air tin "s. or in t lie halls aflej- t Iie\ lia\ e been cleaned. 

11. Students must have llieii- rooms swept and in order, and their liulits ex- 
tinguished at the establislied hours. 

12. No staident- will be allowed to go bathing, skating, ti->liiir_r, gunning, or 
riding, without ])erndsslon from the President. 

\\\. The students must not \islt the kitchen, dining-room, or an\ other room, 
except, tlieii' own. without j)ermission. 

14. The Sabbath must be st rict l\ o])S'M'ved b\ all. \isit itm- or- recei\ ing \ isits 
will not lie allowed. All must at t end public worslii{) t wice during t he da\ . 



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1^. No lady shall, at any tliiio, receive calls from gentlemen at, her own room. 
Kriends from a distance can see the ladies in the parlor. 

HI. The young- ladies will not be allowed to leave th(^ Seminary g-rounds, at 
any (ime, without permission; and the g-entlemen will be restricted at the dis- 
cretion of the Faculty. 

IT. No student shall chang-e liis or lier room, or place at the table, without 
special permission from the President. 

18. No student will be permitted to leave the school during the session with- 
out an express re(iuest from the parent or guardian, made to tlie 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 trom any exercise must be obtained, if possible 
before the absence occurs. ' 

21. No student will be pei'mitted to leave any class without the consent of 
the Faculty. 

22. The ladies and gentlemen must not visit each others apartments, walk or 
ride togetlK^r, without permission, nor conv(^rse together from the windows. 

2H. Students from the neighborhood will not be permitted to visit home at 
such times as will interfere with the reguhir exercises of the school. 

24. Any offending student may l)e punished, according to the nature of the 
ollence, by private or public reproof, suspension, dismission, or expulsion. 

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

2(>. None but students can attend tlie 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 an'y time, nor shall 
any meeting of the students or Societies continue later than 10:B0 o'clock r m 
without permission of the President. * "' 

2s. All persons visiting students In th(^ S(«mlnary will be re(iuired 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 

21). Any temporary prudential regulation, for the government of the school 
that the Faculty may see lit to adopt, shall be eciually binding with these By- 
Laws. 



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CALENDAR FOR 1877 



Friday, June 8 — Exaniination of Senior Class begins. 

Thursday, June 21. — Examination of tlic other classes ])egins. 

Friday, June 22, 7', o'clock, i\ m. — Exercises of So])homore Class. 

Sunday, June 24, 3 o'clock p. m. — Annual Sermon by Kev. Joseph 
Castle, D. I)., of Philadelphia. 

Monday, June 2'"), 8 o'clock p. m. — Musical Soiree by Professor V<elkler 
and his pupils. 

Tup:si)AY, June 20, 9 o'clock a. m.— Reunion of Belles Lettres Union 
Society ; 2 o'clock p. m. — Exercises of the Junior ('lass ; 8 o'clock 
P. M. — Address before the Literary Societies, by A.H. Willits, I), I). 
of Philadelphia. 

Wednesday, June 27, 9 o'clock a. m. — Reunion of Gamma E})silon So- 
ciety; 11 o'clock A. M.— Business Meeting of the Alumni Associa- 
tion; 2 ()'ch)ck p. M. — Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association; 
Address by T. (.\ Iiipi)le, Es<j., ol' Lock Ilaven ; Poem by Miss M. 
Ellen Taneyhill, of liryan, Ohio; 8 o'clock, p m — Alumni Reunion. 

Thursday, June 28, 9] o'clock a. m. — Conimencenient Exercises; 2 
()'ch)ck p. M. — Annual ^^eeting of tlie Stockholders in the Seminary 
ChajK'i ; )) o'clock i'. m. — Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors. 

Monday, Septembeh )> — I'^all Session begins. 



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Dickinson College, 

O^VIir.ISLE, PA-., 

FOUNUED 17 S3, 

Possesses a.nple Facilities in Buildings, Libraries, and Apparatus, for a 

complete and thorough 

Collegiate Course of Instruction. 

Limited Flection allowed in Junior and Senior years in favor of 

PRACTICAL SCIENTIFIC STUDIES AND HEBREW. 



Of Tuition by Scholarsliips, readily attainable, - - $ 6 25 per annum. 
Of Experimental Course in Laboratory (elective) - 25 00 " 
All other College charges, from - - - $30 00 to $40 00 " 
Cost of Board, from - $ 3 00 to $ 4 00 " week. 



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LOCATION BEAUTIPQL, HEALTHY AND EASY OF ACCESS. 



r>y n.vnt .-H-tionofthe IJ ,anl (.f Trustees, tl.r Faculty are authorized 
to Md.uit stndrnt. from \VIlliamsp..rt Dickinson, Pennin-ton and Kingst(m 
Scininarirs, and Wilmington Fonferenrc Academy, to the Freshman class 
widmut cx:.minatl.>n upon the presentation of a certilieate from the Board 
(>r Instru.li.m in the i.^titulions nam,.!, that the work rccpii red for ad- 
mission h.is lu-en accomplished. Sons of ministers will l,e furnished the 
use of seli..Iar>liips without cost, a munl)er havin- Ih-cu placed at the dis- 
lM,>al of the Fa(>ully for this purpose. The donation of (,thers, to he thus 
usrd, will he thankfully receive.l. For further information address the 
President. 



COMMERCIAL COLLErj^, 

Located Corner THIRD and MULBKRRY Streets, 



For Terms^ Specimens of Penmanship^ &c. 

Address the Principal, 



WiLI.LVMSPORT. 



EMPLOYMENT THAT WILL PAY. 

Active, energetic young men and women who wish to earn from 82.00 
to §5.00 per day, can learn how hy addressing the undersigned, enclosing 
stamp to pay return postage. 

J. F. DAVIS, VVilliamsport, Pa. 



DUBLE & CORNELL, 

TOILET REQUISITES: 

Camphorated Glycerine Ice, Bay Rum Hair Tonic, 

Odontine, a Superior Tooth Wash. 

Fragrant Boquet Cologne, Rose and Pearl Dentifrice. 

A fine assortment of HAIH, NAIL and TOOTH BIU'SIIKS. Also, FoiJKKiN 
and DOMESTIC PElUaiMEKlES. 

DUBLE & CORNELL, 

Cor. Fourth and I^ine Strecti. 



E. SELL EN. 



S. J. EAinJOE. 



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School Books and School Supplies, 

Latrst Stf/h\s of WMITINO PAPERS always on hand, 

WALL PAPER & WINDOW SHADES. 



No. 7 East Third Street, 



Mussina's Block. 



AA/'ILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



Philip Mii.lkr. W. H. Melhuisii. 

PHILIP MILLER & CO.'S 

A II 1^ J)KPC)T: 

Btcel i^^ngi'aviiigb^ Oil ^Pkit(tit|^.s^ Clii'oino 

AND ARTISTS' MATERIAL. 
OIL I'AI\TIX(iS CAREFULLY FRAMKI). 

No. 23 East TMrfl street, Opposite Post-OIce, 

I'- S. — Orik'rs by mail iiroiiiptly utteiuleil to. 



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DKALKKS IN 



PIANOS AND ORGANS; 

Sheet Music, Music and Instruction Books. 

iHstrintu'iits licntril hj/ the Month. 

"• ^- ^M'lil ■^- W.M. (JIltSUN. JAMKS ClliSON. 



A. W. F. MacCOLLIN, 







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HoLDKN's P.riLDIXCi, 



WIL L I A MS r OR 1\ PA . 



FINK DKKSS SlIIJITS MADE TO OKDKK. 



Hatter and Gents' Furuisiier, 

45 WEST FOURTH STREET. 



Agent for WANAMAKER & BROWN'S Custom Clothing. 



II. F. HNYIJKK. 



OFA). H. SNYDEK. 



Founders and Machinists, 



Walnut Street, near Ilerdic House, 



V/ILLIAMSPORT, PA. 

PINE^REET BOOT and SHOE STORE 

PTXE STREET. WTLLTAMSPORT. PA.. 

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T. S. UNDERBILL, Agent 

Munson's Fine Goods and Soller's Children's Shoes. 

NO SHODDY WORK. =lf^)t 



CJ. W. K I.U AT 1^, 



COR, OF THIRD AND MARKET STREETS, OVER L. L, STEARNS' STORE, 

Cius, I'ltlu'r, (^liloroloriTi .-uid Xarcotic Spray for Painless Kxtraotion.