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1879 



1880 



VNNUAL CAT.VUKHI 



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WISl'ORI 



DICKINSON SHMIXARV 



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ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



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WILLI AMSPORT 



DICKINSON SBII 




l-OR TIIL: ACADF.MIC VliAR, 



PROM 



s/']r/i:Mn/:is: is/, /.v-^, to /(/n/< /y/h. iSS'o. 



WILl.IAMSPORT, PA. 



WILIJAMSPOKT, PA.: 

l)i:,M()( K.\ 1 K r.ANM'.K I T I'.l -ISH 1 N( , FKUSI-: 

1880. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 



ABRAM UPDEGRAFF, Esq., President, Williamsport. 

LEWIS McDowell, Esq., Secretary, Williamsport. 

Hon. JOHN SMITH. Williamsport. 

Col. JACOB SALLADE, Williamsport.' 

JOHN R. HAZLET, Esq., Williamsport. 

Hon. JOLIN PATTON, Curw ensville. 

Rev. JAAn^:S CURNS, Altoona. 

(;E0R(;E slate, Esq., Williamsi^ort. 

Hon. VAA SLH^'ER, Lewlsbcrcj. 



v. K. KH^SS, Steward and Ereascrer. 
Mrs. SARAH ]. WlHvELAM), ALvtron 



VISITIXC COMMiniiliS. 



Cential Pennsylvania Confei'ence 

Ki:v. j. S. McMrRRAV, D.I). 
Ri:\-. C. W". LLOV. 

Rev. w. II. Ki:rriL 

r. 11. MLRRAX', Es(). 

I. c. L( )\i:, i:s(^ 

B a 1 1 i m ( ) 1 o C c^ 1 1 fe re 1 1 c e : 

RiA. W. I'\ WARD. 
Ri:\. C. W. P,AL1)\\'IN. 

Ph i ladelpli ia Conference : 

Rev. J. DN'SON. 
Re\'. I. II. W^OOD. 



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All MXI ()R(;ANIZATI()\. 



J. H. JAMES, Esq., President. 

J. J. BROWN, M.D., Vice-President. 

Miss SOPHH: REKHIARD, Rec. Secretary 

Miss BERTHA (;RI(;(;S, Cor. Secretary. 

Rev. B. C. CONNER, Treasurer. 



KXECUinR COMMfTlKK : 

Rev. li. C. CONNER, Chairman 
J. L. SPAN(;LER. Esq. 
T. C. HIPPLE, Esq. 
Miss JENNIE FOULKE. 
Mess MACllTE CHAMPION. 



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Nai-nes. 

".s>lnL;t()ii, Miss M . K. , 
.ssiiigloii, Miss N. A. . 

\iuiicc, J . I'^ 

'idler, C. L 

^)ulkc, Jennie R 

'reclerieks, I). II. M . . 

■'rilini;', Miss M 

Mirst, A. () 

"'urst, e". ( '. 

iearhcirt, 11. I* 

"ie;irh;irl, W . 11 . . . . 

ieiv, Miss II. A 

iere, Miss S. 1-" 

iibson, W. S 

";<)()(il;nuKM', Miss ]. I'. 

i()(/(l\\ il I, \\ . 1' 

ira\ , I,, i 

".rren, Miss II. M 

";i\'en, .Miss M . A 

i1'il;l;s, Miss I >. !•. 

/Ill din, I 

I. din, Mi^s 1.. S 



l;denl).dve. Miss S. K . . 

1 . 1 ! n 1 n () ii d , 1 i . S 

1 i :i!n inond, \\ . A . . . . 
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1 . 1 ! n 1 , r . ( ; 

id I'm, I II, M isr. A. i. . . . . 

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l.irn-^, M;-^^ 1. I'. 

i.iiT,-, \l;^s L. K 

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U ir, Mi-^- A. ,\1 . . 

* Deceased. 



Class. 

8(); 



863 
860 
878 
862 

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DJ 



8d2 

852 
852 

H77 

'V5 
858 

852 

871 
872 
871 

874 
81.4 

878 



8^)8 



870 



872 

8^3 

•^7<; 

860 



87.) 



1 1 , 



852 
8M 



N a m e s . 

llinies, d\ r> 

I lipple, T. L 

I Iit( liins, [{ 

ilollopeter, S. (i. M 
I lowes, Miss A . . . 
Hulehison, J. ( i , . . . 
" ll\ man, Miss S. R 
"""Jacdvson, C ( i . . . 
J;inies, J. Harry . . . 

jcimes, \\7 M 

|;i nne\ , L. R 

John, I). C 

'■John, (;. W 

lones, Miss S. T . . . 

loxce, I'dijah 

Kalbfiiss, Chnrles . . 
King, Miss Ad(l;i K 
Kini;, (>. I. 

■Kline, i:. n 

Konkle, W. W 

Kress, \\7 C 

-Landis, J. \V . . . . 

L.nv, K. S 

Le\ ;i n, M iss M . , . . 



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i.on-, II. i: 

I ,';ndensl;i!.;er, Miss R. S 
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Low , Mis-. I an ma. . 
! .owe, M is^ \ . S . . . 

Loue, |. W 

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M.idill, ( .. .\ ...... 

M,ilm, Mi-s !•: 

Miirkle, .\. M 

.\I ,is()n, M iss '!' . . . . 
.M,i^sr\ , M iss .\. I'". . 
Mas.cv, Miss M. E, 
M,i\. W. A 



Class. 
865 
865 
876 
865 
864 
862 
860 
858 

866 



878 

874 
856 

858 

872 

^^^57 

^77 
876 

868 

878 

859 

857 
868 
864 
879 

8r)8 
867 

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876 

866 

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8f.3 

^77 

<^73 
838 

8f)i 

871 

8')6 

804 

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WILLI A MS POUT DICKINSON SLMINALY. 



Names. Class. 

McCuUough, Miss M. J 1877 

McDowell, A 1866 

^McDowell, Miss C 1866 

McDowell, Miss 1 1865 

Mclick, (). B 1864 

Melsheimer, J. A 1878 

Mendenhall, H. S 1853 

Metzger, Miss E. Z 1879 

Miller, J. M 1875 

Miller, Miss J. R i860 

Mitchell, Miss M. J 1865 

Moore, S. (i 1861 

Mosser, Ik Ii . 1877 

Moul, C. K 1878 

Murray, T. 11 1867 

Mussina, Miss 11 1862 

Mussina, Miss L 1861 

Mussina, Miss M. A 1864 

Nash, Miss K. K 1865 

Nash, Miss K. K i860 

NelT, J. 1 1861 

?\ie()demus, J . I ) 1874 

Noreross, \\k II 1865 

( )li\er. Miss A. S 1861 

( )Imstead, Miss K 1875 

( )lmstead, Miss M . . 1875 

Opp, J. A 1870 

kai ker, Miss M 1852 

kai ker. Miss S. W 1852 

I'vAvrc, Miss A. M 1876 

keai'ce, Miss Ik'ssie LS77 

kearre, A .1858 

-koisal, R. K 1858 

korler, Miss lA S 1866 

M?()tt, R. R 1858 

Ransom, Miss K. 1'. 1867 

Reeder, \V. 1- 1875 

Reeder, R. K 1878 

Reighard, Miss S. S 1866 

Rent/, W. lA 1874 

Reynokls, S. A 1874 

'•■■" DtH;c.i>cil. 



Names. 

Rex, J. k 

Richards, Miss E. L. . . . 

Riddell, E. C 

Riddle, Miss E 

Riddle, Miss M. E 

Rue, J. W 

Sadler, W. E 

Sangrec, k. H 

Saylor, Miss J. S 

Scarborough, (k M 

Sclu.ch, A 

Schotield, E. k 

Sco\ ille, Miss J. \\ 

Sh.ammo, Miss V . E. . . . 

Sluer, \V. A 

Smith, 11. i: 

Smith, N. k 

Smith, T. J 

Souder, Miss R. k 

Spamgler, J . k 
Sp(4tsv,()(>d, Miss A. !A . 
Sp(»tts\\(,()d, Miss k. M , 

St^'imnit/,, I . k 

SI0!/., M iss R. I 

Strine, Miss M. J 

Strohm, W. II 

Swengle, I). 1'^ 

S\\ ope, 1. N . . . 

'! ,nu'\ hill, k . W 

'la \\r\ !iil 1, ( k k 

Tanexhill. Mis. M. lA . 

T.ine\hill, ( L k. 

dAnevhill, Mi^s S. .\ . . . 
'I.iN lor, M is> Ida .\ . . . 

d ,i\ lor, J. W 

I'hom.i--, M i-s ^^adie I ) 
dhaaish. .Miss K. .\ . . 

don lie r, .A. C 

dOw nsend, W. k 

Vail, Miss R. C 

X'.inderslice, Miss (. A. . 



Class. 

878 

873 
877 



854 

876 
863 
865 

862 
878 
862 
862 
863 

879 

862 

866 
872 
861 
865 
871 

873 
865 

868 

^7} 
86 ) 

870 

861) 

870 
868 

858 

857 
>^77 



8 



3 7 



875 
863 

8 ; 6 
877' 

866 
869 
863 



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WILLIAMSrour DICRIN.SON SKMINAKY 



Names. 



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Names. 



Class 



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1877 



1864 



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1865 Yociim^ 

1862 "^Yoc 

1862 Yocum, 

1875 '''Yocum, 

1870 Young, J 

1864 Young, \ 

1867 /^iders, M 



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185: 

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lUiscy, (;. M White Hall, Va. 

L'udclv, Cconrc ... Stablersxillc, Md. 

Fox, llcrniai-i C Idiiladclphia 

Harris, William L Williamsport 

Hitchins, J. H Frostburg, Md. 

Kimball, A. W Boston, Mass. 

Mason, Allen J Frostburg, Md. 

McKee, l^dward Williamsport 

Reed, James H Montoursville 

l\()l)es()n, William F Lewistown 

Ste\ eiison, W. H Chatham's Run 

'Fa \ lor, Roll in S Salladasburg 



CLASSICAL DLPARTMLXT. 



FA 1)1 i:s. 

Names. Residences. 

Mn-^srr, Anme New Cumberland 

i-Fi'ldlr, jeiiiiir Tyrone 

Fiddlr, M i\- 'lArone 

Sii\(l<!-, Fi//.ic XX^illiainsport 

i'Miiiliiwon, I"iiim;i : Montoiirsxille 

(i FN IFl-.M L: X. 

t'iiil:-. ! . W Marydel, Md. 

Fm--;. , ' .. M White Hall, \;i. 

< ! ii'L^, \\ 'Fi.iiii F \\'iIliamsi)ort 

Ludd\ , ( iLor-e Stal)lers\ ille, Md. 

F..X. H. F Fhiladclphiii 

1 idiiiu !-, I ■. V Montoiir^\ ilk> 

F-,itc .. Linir-. W Willi.imsport 

< -r.n- , W. L^ Willi. intsport 

1 F* L . < ). ( : dhrcc Spi'iui;s 

ihili 111,1 11, 1. W I li lilt i III- (Ion 

K irk, 1 'rrlK' \\"iHi;misport 

Rnl)(-()ii, W. F Fc'wistown 

La\ lor, R. S Sallaclasl)urg 



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SCIFNTIFIC DEPARTMLNT. 



FA I) IKS. 

Names. Residences. 

P^arr, Adelle IFird-in-FFmd 

liastian, Fottie Williamsport 

liennett, Nannie IF Williamsport 

lUisey, M. A White Hall, \'a. 

Curns, M. K Curwensx ille 

Dunn, Dollie \\'illiam^{)ort 

Fxlwards, Aliee Williamsport 

Kssington, Fdla WiHiamsi)ort 

F:\erett, Fottie Williamsport 

Freeman, Clara Vllegheiu Cit\ 

Cehret, Fdla Wiiriamsi)ort 

(iray, M. Belle Half Moon 

FFunj-hawaut, AFiv Newberry 

Hess, lulith Williamsport 

Hill, Delia Wil lia msj)ori 

Holman, Fydia D. S lla/leton 

Horn, Mamie I) ' . . . Fjedloid 

Hou( k, (Gertrude 11 Fock 1 Fi\ en 

Hymau, Jennie S Wilii.im sport 

Keeler, id la Wil lia iiispori 

Kirk, Nellie WiHiam-ixni 

Kr.iuse, I'jnma Wil liam^poii 

Ma It I and, .\nna WiHiain-iM.ri 

M( Fee, N. ]■:. B Wi! Iia in.pori 

Miller, Jennie W il I ;,i ni -.jMn ' 

Mud-e, Ljnma W il i ia :n -|)( .' ! 

Musser, Minnie 1\ Dnliuood 

Raxnor, Magj^ie \l!'i(aia 

Robeson, Mollie Frw i-low n 

Rogei's, I'jnma ehippev\a IFilF, \\"i-. 

Ross, Mar\- K New Cunibrria nd 

Simmons, |eiaish<i Sio( l.lon 

Slate. Cree\ S Wil 1 ia m^jjort 

Strong, I lannah Spring \'cdlr\ , Mimi. 

Stuart, Ma\ WiHianispoi l 



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-, Residences. 

Names. 

Biiriulollar, W. N 1^^^'^^^" 

Heck, John Williamsport 

Brown, Kd-ar . Harrisburg 

Burnlev, (;. C _: ^V"^^ 

Coleman, Frank "^ -r ' Williamsport 

Foresman, Henrv H Williamsport 

Freed, J. B Williamsport 

(;an()e, Harvev Williamsport 

(;,ll)ert, llarrv S Millersburg 

(;ra V.Walter. . . — — T ■ . . . . . FhilipsbnrK 

llaak, 1 Newberry 

1 kd-e^, William Baltimore, Md. 

llonman, (i. D ^"^^^'^'^ Station 

lloni, F. K Bediord 

Hutchison, Wilber I JeansxiUe 

Kcllev, W. 11 Hughesville 

Kirkc^ James F Floutzdale 

Fandjcrson, Alexander Ilustontown 

MudKc, Harry Williamsport 

Ka\ cnscraft, J. T Frostburg, Md. 

Ravens raft, Ylovd Frosd)urK, Md. 

Kichardsoi), l-ai-enc Finc^oln, Neb. 

Ritter, llein-y K Williamsport 

Rhoads, W. S lloutzdale 

Ros., Robert New Cmnberland 

S((.(t, Ruli.ird \ViHiams|)ort 

oiu-^ !■ Fattimer 

1,,,,^ jl W'illian^sport 

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Millcrstow n 



Mirltei-, 
>laic. W 

^loa u, i . 
M,i'.l( Ml, * .fa 111 



\ 



M i i r *; ' 

Stu.iit, Willi. im WHliamspor 



1 , 1 ; ^ W i 11 i a 1 n >p() rt 

i:\crett 

I i^niN Williamsport 

j iin'^; Williamspoil 

\ Slu-n.indoah 

Wilson, hanuicl F) Ma[)lcton Depot 



small, I 
Talr. J. 

\ lllllV^C!' 

\ .rlkKa-, 

Wildr, ( 



WlLLlAMSrOIlT DICKINSON SEMINAIIY. 



15 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT. 



LADIES. 

Names. Residences. 

Barr, Adelle FMrd-in-Hand 

Beach, Sadie Shenandoah 

Black, Carrie Williamsport 

Busey, M. A White Hall, Va. 

Clark, Sal lie Williamsport 

Curns, Marv K '. Curwensx ille 

F\ erett, Lottie Williamsport 

Fisher, Carrie Williamsport 

P^reeman, Clara Alle^henx- Cit\ 

Freeman, Fvdia Allci^henv Citv 

(jchret, Flla Williamsport 

dra}', Ikdle Flalf Moon 

(iray, Kv<\ F lUitTalo Run 

Hall, .\mclia R Beedi Creek 

Holman, F\(lia Ha/lcton 

1 lorn, M a mie 1 ) Bedford 

1 loud:, ( aa'trude Fock 1 la \ en 

H \ man, Jennie William sport 

KiiiL;, ! illie 1 • Fort M.itllda 

Fiud^ie, Ida Audeni'eid 

M a it land, Anna Will i.nn sport 

Mc P'arla n, Fi/./ie Jeans\ ille 

Miller, I'arric Williamsport 

M(Mni'ra\-, Kale Shamokin 

Mosser, A nnu' New Cunibei l.i inl 

Musser, Miiink' Friilwood 

( )lmsle.id, 1'" a nine. Wil lia iiispori 

Foil, S,d lie Wi! li.iin sport 

Ra ndall, b^'^ie \\'iHiams|)ort 

Riddle, Ma\ Tx ronr 

Riddle, b''i'i'*~' Tx ronr 

Ripley, ( )ssie William sport 

KoL^ers, I'jnma Chippeu a F.i lis, Wis. 

Ross, Mary K *: New C amber l.i nd 

Roth rock, Maggie Williamsport 

Slate, Crecy S Williamsport 



{') 



\vi LMAMsroiri' !)!( Kixso.N si:m!xai:y 



^^^'■^^^^- Residences. 

^iiii'ii. M'-^ M. ^ \\'illi;inisi)()rt 

^^^'•"■l« M<'\ Williaivisport 

Test, Carne Clearheld 

Titus, Anna Williamsport 

Vcelklcr, Lizzie Williamsport 

r. KNTLICMKN. 

Ininuiollai-, W. N K\ erett 

^>^>)^l e"l:iren(-<> J Haltimore, Md. 

I >iii'!ii^'\ , ( :. I'oi-son H\'ner 

^ ''■'>• ^^ I'^ \Villiains|)()rt 

^ J = *'''^ l^'i-ar Hediorc! 

'^''i'"li'^"'i- \\TI)er Jeansxille 

Maxwell, ( ieo-e S Wil lia msport 

^'^^^^'^''■' ^'- \\' Shenandoadi 

'^'nnhv.uk, !.. A \Vil]ianisi)(a-i 

^^''^'""' ^^''''^^ \\'i!]iains|).a-t 

\\eik!er, la'aeM Williamsport 

^'^'''""^'' himes Williamsport 



i)K.\\\l.\(, AM) r,\l\TI\(; DiiPART.MF.XT. 



i..Vl) I i:s. 

'^ '''''^'■^- ■ Residences. 

^-"•^^'' Vr^ic Philadelphia 

ChampiMii, .\l,u:;d.- W.irrensville 

^^berh,,re K,,!.' \\M !ia msport 

(iibson, Lillie W i! li., mspo, i 

'^'•'1^^^' ^i"'} William. port 

Keltmer, J'dia Muik n 

^^^^'^K, s. \^ ^i^,,^,,; 

Miilei, Carrie Wil lia msp,;,-, 

Mosser, Annie Xru ( amherl.oid 

^^^'^^' ''"•''■ Williamsport 

]\arsons, Carrie p 

^^'■'^'''■' '■ "'"^' 'i\roni- 

Stevens, Ahce W il !iam ^pori 

'''"""'"'"•• ''"-i^^ie * c,,,,-^,,^ Stmi.Mi 

^''^'' '^'d^''^' \\Mliamsp,,ri 

Warner, ^.rali ' W il!iamspo.-i 



WIJ.LIAMSl'OKT DIt'KlN.soN .SKMIXAIIV. 



(iKNdM.KMKN. 

Names. r^ . , 

Kesidences. 

Aclicnbacli, (). C Rocktown 

Clarke, William P Williamsport 

Fisher, James Williamsport 

Jackson, James Williamsport 

Maffett, Trevette Williamsport 

May. E-R Scranton 

Olmsted, Elmer Williamsport 

Robeson, William F Levvistown 

Villinger, Henry Williamsport 

SPl:CIAh STUDENTS. 

A>'''es. ^"r-i Williamsport 

Metzger, Ella Williamsport 

Packer, Juliet Williamsport 

Dictrick, Jul. II.. . \\-;ii;.,,-, 

W 111 lain sport 

Hill, Chester H. -,v';:i; 

vVnliamsport 

Jackson, lames . \^'nr 

' ■' VV illianisport 

^■""•'^'^••^ Williamsport 

SUMMARY. 

Students in Classieal Course ,o 

lo 

Students in Seientiti(^ Course. q 

Students in Preparatory Course ^ 

' - ■• oa 

Special Students. 

7 

MUSIC DEPARTMENT. 

Students in Instrumental Music 

Z() 

Students in Theor\- of Musi(- ^ 

In 

Mudents m \ oeal L'ulture 

lo 

ART DEPARTMENT. 

Students in Landscape PainiiuL'- ,o 

, ' '^ I o 

students in Portrait P.iintiu" 

t5 ^ 

Students in Cr-ixoiiin*'- 

•^ I ^ 

Students in Portrait Craxonin^'- 

•^ IC) 

Students in l)r<i\\inL; troin Nature^ o 

Students in India 1 id< 

2 

( Fall Term j ^^ 

Nundxa- by Terms. W^utca" dVrm ........[ 164 

( S|)ring derm ^^^ 

Whole Xumherbv Terms ,^ 
' 409 

NOTE. - Tlu- name of p H. IImuman, Mhi] in villc, should ho inrludcd in funior Class. 



1<S 



WILLIAMSJ'OKT DICKINSON SI^.M IN A K Y. 



PRIZES AWARDED IN 1879. 



The Preside nf s Prize for excellence in Writing and delivering 
an Oration : 

Miss, Maggie Champion, ^ ^ , f Warrensville 

Edwin J. Gwynn, | ^^1^''^ • | Shrewsberry 

TJie Facultv Prize for excellence in Declaniatioii : 
Miss Carrie TY^st Clearfield 

Mrs. E. J. Gray s J^/ize for excellence in Reading : 
Miss lulith \ . Hedges Baltimore, Md. 

Tiic And)i/s C^' Co. J^rizc for excellence in //istrn/nc/ital 
Jin sic : 

Miss May Stuart first Williamsport 

r.rant Stadon second Williamsport 

Miss dertrude llouek- third Lock Ma\en 



Q^:.^^^=^r=f^ 



WIM.IA.MisrOltT J)I(KI.\S()N Si:.MINAi;Y 



19 



COURSES OF STUDY. 



In order to meet the wants of a larger class of Students, six regu- 
lar Courses of Study are pro\ided, namely : The Normal English, 
Belles Lettres, Science and Literature, Classical, Art, and Music. 
Students may adopt any of these Courses exclusixely, or ma\^ select 
such studies from them as the}' desire, subject to the approv al of the 
P^ acuity. 

The Normal luiglish is designed to meet the increasing demand 
for teachers in our Common Schools, and is heartih' commended to 
young ladies and gentlemen who desire thorough instruction and 
drill in the English branches. To those who complete this Course 
a Diploma, expressing the scholarship attained, will be gi\ en. 

The Belles Lettres Course is specially arranged to accommodate 
young ladies who may wish to omit the Higher Mathematics beyond 
Edementary Algebra ami (icometry. It thus affords opportunity to 
connect studies in Music and .Art with a well-selected course in Litera- 
ture and S(aen(x\ 

The Course in Science and Literature is intended to gi\e wider 
culture and more thorough mental discipline. It differs from the 
Chissical Course mainh' in that it omits the (ireek LanL-uai-e entirel\- 
and makes Latin electixe with, (lerman or French (hiring the tirst two 
N'cars. liefore entering ii|)()n this Course, the Student must be thor- 
ough!) ac(|uainted with the Common faigUish branches. 

'Ehe Chissical Course is miudi more e\tensi\ e than is ordinarih 
pursued at Seminaries. It w ill compare f i\ or.il)l\ w ith the curriculum 
adopted 1)\' our l)est institutions of learning. We otfc-r it w ith entire 
confidence to \oiing men who are preparing for profession, il life, and 
also to Noung ladies who aspire to superior intellectual ( iilture. The 
pre|)aration lor this Course is .1 thorough knowKMlge of the studies 
embraced in the Lrepar<itor\ Course. 

N^)ung men desiring to enter the lower or higher (^lasses in College 
are allowed to take sue h studies .is they need for that purpose. 



1^0 



AV I L L I A M S P( ) irr DICKINSON S IvM I N A K V . 



Fall 'I i:rm 



ii<i'r.\R,vr()RY coi'Rsi'. 

('I;t-sc> arc foiiutul cacli term, lor be.uiiinin- um\ advancctl Suidciits. in Arithiiiclic, Oram- 
inai, (".fomaphy ( I'oliliral and IMiy^ical), Hi^KHV, Al-cbra, (;conictry, and Latin. 

( Arithinetic- Written and IVlcntal— (Fish's Complete, 
I Knglish (;ramnKir, (Harvey.) [Robinson.) 

( leograpliy, (Swinton. ) 

History United States, (L()ssin<;-.) 

First Lessons in Latin, (Leii;hton.) 

I Arithmetic Written and Mental- (Fisli's Complete, 

! l\ni;lish (Grammar, (ILirxey.) | Robinson.) 

' C.e()L;raj)hy and Maj) Drawing;, (Swinton.) 

[ History United States, (Lossini;.) 

[Latin 'Crammarc^ Reader ( Allen \: ( ireeno'ugh.) 

Arithmetic- Written and Mental ( Fish's Complete, 

Robinson. ) 



Win I i:k '1'i:k.m 



Si'KiNc Ti'jnL 



l"aii;lish ( irammar, (ILirxcy.) 
' Aluebra, (Robinson's I'dements.) 
j Latin- S\nta.\ and Reader. 
[_ Look-Keeping- optional- (J^ryant cV Stratton 



l'^ \LL Ti l^M. 



NORMAL i:\(d.lSll roilM'. 

I'lii- ( 'iiuisc 1-- d(-.i^ncd to ac conimodatc _\'ounu men and women w lio-^e time for s(duK)l is 
limned, and e^] e( iall\ tlio^c w lio aie piepamm to le.ieli in oin' Com mon Seliools. A 1 )iri.()MA 
will liei;i\en to those \s lio tomplete the ( onr^c. 

/C\\7()A' YI^IAR. 

I Arithmetic- Written and Ment.iL ( b'ish's Complete, 

I j-aigli^h ( h'amm.ir, (llar\e\. ) | Robinson.) 

' ( "ic'ogr.iphx , ( Sw inton. ) 

I i L^tor\- rnUed St.ite^, (Loosing.) 

I l)Ook Keeping optional (Ih'xant \' Str.itton.) 

I Anlhnirlic Wrnic^i ,i nd M cntal ( l''ish's Complete, 

', 1 Jig li^h ( ir.m nn. 11', ( 1 l.i r\ e\ . ) | Robinson, j 

' ( ;c()L;i',iph\ and M.ip l)i'as\nig, (Swinton. i 

I lii^loi-\ LniU'd St.itr^, ( Loosing, j 

[Arithmetic- Wi-ittenand Mental ( I'ish's C"omplete, 
I'.iig Ih^h ( ir.im in.ir, ( 1 bir\ e\ . ) | Robinson. ) 

j Al'j.ebiM, ( Kol )iii-^on's I'Jeinentsj 
I L)(iok-Keei)iiig (.ption.d (Ih'N.iiU \ Stratton.) 

s/:\n)N )/:.\R. 

[ Ilistor\ . Ancient and Modc-rn fW'ilLon.'i 
I l\htl( )ri( , I < Mi.K kenbos. i 
{ S( kiK c ot (/o\cnnncnt, ( Alden.l 
' 1 'h\ ^i( .1 1 < u'o;j^r.i ph\ , I 1 b)iiston. ) 
I Algcbr.L ! KohinsonA I'Jrinc-nt^. i 
Lh\^io|og\ oj)tional (IIn\le\ \' NOnncin-^.) 



Wi \ 1 I i; Ti !;m 



.^I'lvlNC ICKM 



k \id. I'l ic\i 



! I )1 



I , i 



( 




WiNri<:K TiLKM 



SpRIN(i TkRM. 



Histor\' — Ancient and Modern (Willson. 
Rhetoric, (Onackenbos. ) 
Lhysic^al (xeography, (Houston.) 
Natural LhiL)sophy, ( Leek's ( kmot.) 
(ieometry, (Wentworth.) 

f History — y\ncient and ^L)dern — (Willson. 
I Rhetoric, (Ouackenbos.) 
I Natural Lhilosophy, ( Lee k's ( ianot. ) 
I (icometrv, (Wentworth.) 



r>i-:lli-:s Li-:rrRi:s coiiRsi:. 

Lj)On eomplelin.u litis Coiir-e tlie Student will lie entitled to the I )euree of Mistress of 
Vaiulish Literature — ALl"'.. L. 

soriioMORi^: yilir. 



Fall Ti-.km 



Win ri:K ri:RM. 



Sl-KINd ri:KM. 



I'all rr:K.\i. 



Arithmetic-, ( l^^ish's Complete.) 

Fnglish (irammar and Anahsis, (lLir\e\'.) 
I Ilistor\ United States, (Lossing.) 
I Latin. j 

I I^^renc-h. J- kdectixe. 

I (iermaiL ) 

[Natural Lhilosophy, ( Leek's C.a not. ) 

1 Lhysic-al ( ".eograj)hy, (Houston.) 

1 Algebra, (Robinson's hdements.) 

I l.atin. ) 

I i^'rench. ^- i'decti\ c\ 

I (icrman. ) 

[Natural Lhilosophy, ( Lec-k's ( i;i not.) 
I Lh\sic.i] C.eogi-aph\, ( 1 louston. i 
i Algebr.i, i Robinson's I'Jements.i 

Latin. I 

I i'd'cnch. ' Idecti\c\ 

I ( ierma n. ) 

Jl X/OR ]'/:.IA\ 



llistorx Ancient .iud ModiM'n (Willson.) 
Science of ( io\ crnment, ( Alden.) 
Rhetoric, ( ( hiackenbo-^. i 
Lh\siolog\, (llu.\lc\ \ N'ounians.) 

Latin. | 

l-'rench. ,- Idcctiv c 

( 'icrman. 



>«> 



W I I .LI A MSIM )K'l' J )1( K I NS( )N SKM I N A K V 



Win ri:K 1 ick.m. 



Ilislory Ancient ;i ml Modern (W'illson.) 
Political iMononiy optional (\\'a\ land. ) 
Kluioric, (Onackcnbos. ) 

Latin. I 

FrcMu h. J I^lc( ti\c. 

( icrnian. 



(Willson.) 



Si'KiNc; Tkkm 



( History- Ancient and Modern 

I Rhetoric, (( hia(d<enb()s.) 

I (icometry, (Wentworth. ) 

I Latin. I 

I French. '- r:iecti\ e. 

I (lerinan. 



1' ALL ri<:i<M 



I I'ai^li.^h Literature, (Shaw.) 
I AL)ral Science, (\\'ayLin(L ) 
I /ooloL^y, (( )rlon. ) 
( le()loL;y, ( I )ana.) 



Win ri:i< 'Li:r.\l 



Si'i<i\(. Tlkm. 



I Mental Science, (\\'a\land.) 

! Chemistry, ( lOliot iS: Storer. ) 

I Looic, (C()[)j)ee.) 

I Astronomy, ( Raw ) 

I'A idences of Christianity, ( l'a]e\- 
Menial Science, ( \\'a\ land. ) 
Chemistry, i I'diot \- Storer. ) 
L)otan\-, ( ( ira\ . i 



("{trKsi; i\ scii-;.\ci: wd litI'KatirI'. 



^'l'"" '"".pl.tiiu il- twii,.un,u (,„,,.,■ il,r v,,„i,,,,t uill 1„. ,.,, titled to the Decree of 
'..irhelor of ^< icik.c 'I'lio-c not wi-lm,.; i - t.il,,- i),,. wji.,!,- i\, 

I Llir_\ Ucr^llC, Sulljccl Lu lllC .U.lloll of tile l.n :l!t\. 



iin->c ( .iW [MllSlIC slK ll st;i(llc-< 



J'ALL '\'\\{ W 



sornoMOR/; y/:.iR. 

Ilislorx Ancient and Modern iW'illson 
Science of ( io\ ernmenl, i A Iden. ) 
l\het()|-|( , ( ( Mia( kenhos. i 
1 'h\ si( ,1 1 ( ",(()L;ra|)hy, , I loiish »ii.') 
Al;^el)r.i, ( Kooinson's I'Jemenls.) 
I'lr^I LcsxoMs 111 L.iiin, ( Lei-hton.j ) 



1' ien( h. 
( lerm.i n. 



I'dect 



'cti\ e 



\ 



wiLLLAMsroirr dickinsox siomixaijv 



28 



Llistory — Ancient and Modern- (Willson. j 
Khetori(\ (( )na(d<enl)r)s. ) 
Natural Lhilosoplu', (Leek's (icinot.) 
Winter Term. | Geometry, (Wentworth.) 

Latin— Grammar and Reader — (Allen j 
French. [& Greenough.) I Elective. 

German. j 

History— Ancient and Modern — (Willson.) 

Rhetoric, (()uackenbos. '» 

Natural Philosophy, (Leek's Ganot.) 

Geometry, (Wentworth.) 

Latin- Syntax and Reader. | 

French. V Fdecti\ e. 

(ierman. j 



Spring Term 



JUNIOR YEAR. 



Fall 'Lekm 



iMiglish Literature, (Shaw.) 
I Lh\'sioloL;\', (Huxle\' cV Youmans.) 
Algebra, (Robinson's rni\ ersitv. ) 
Latin S}ntax, Ciesar (Allen cK: | 



L>ench, 
(ierman. 



(ireenough. ) > I'dectixe, 



( Lolitical F(-onomy, (Wa\lan(l.) 
Mental Lhilosoph\-, (\\'a\land.) 
/Mi^ebra, (Robinson's Cnixersit}. ) 
Wi\']i<:i{ 'Ler.\l I 'Lrii;()nometr\-, (Wheeler.) 

Latin Syntax, Ciri^iL- (Chase. ) I 



Si'KINd TllKM 



l^^ren( h, 
( ierman, 



1 



;- Lde(li\ e, 



LA idences of Christianitx , ( Lale\ .) 
Mental Lhilosophy, (Wa\ land.) 
l)Otan\ , ( ( h"a\-.) 
Sur\c'\ in!4', ( Murraw) 

Latin \'irL;iL- (Chase.) ] 

l^'rench. [> Idectixc. 

( ierman. 



SKXIOR )7'A//v\ 



Fall Ik km 



WiM EK 'LlCRM 



f Moral Lhilosophy, (W.iyiand.) 

] ( /eolo^N , ( Lana. ) 

} Zoology, (( )rton. ) 

I Analytical (reometr\-, (Olnc^w) 



I Logi(\ (Cop|)ee.) 

! Chemistr\ with Lecture^ 

I .Astronomy, (Ra\'.) 

i Calculus, '(( )lney.) 



(kUiot <.K- Storer.) 



2 1 



W 1 LLIAMSl'oi: r DICKINSON SI':M1NAKY 



Sl'KIN(. TllK.M 



lUillrr's Aiiiiloi^y, ( Mniorv ^K; Crooks.) 
Ch(>inistr\ with I AMdirc,^ - ( l^liot (S: Slorcr 
l'Jii;lish, r.ist ;nul I'lvscnt, (Trench.) 
Calculus, (Oliiew) 



CLASSICAL COURSl-:. 

Upon compleiiiifi the follow ini; Course the Student will be entitled to the Decree of 
F.acheloi- of Arts. Those not wishing t(j complete the Course can pursue such studies as 
tlic\- dc->iic, siiliject to the action of ihc f'.icnltw 

SOJ'fJOMORJi YEAR. 

History— Ancient and Modern— (Willson. J 

Sciencx^ of ( n)\crnnicnt, (Alden.) 

I\hct(H'i(\ ( ( hiac-kcnbos. ) 
' riiysicMl ( ico^^raphy, (Houston.) 
'i Ali^cbra, (Robinson's J^:icincnts. ) 

Latin S\ utax, Ca'sar (Allen \- ( irccnou^^h. ) 

Creek iMrst Cessons — (White ; ) (iraniina'r, (Cood- 
win.j 



IC\cc ri:K.M. 



W INlf i; 1 l.K.M 



Sl'lM\(, ri.K.M 



k Ai.l. ll.KM. 



\\t\'i-i:i^ 'I'i'rm 



Ilistor\- Ancient and Modern (Willson.) 
I Klu-toric, I ( Uiackenbos. ) 
, Natural khilo.^opln , i Peek's Canot.j 
' ( .eometry, i Wentworth. ) 

1 l.atin Syntax, Xir^il (Chase.) |\vin.) 

I Creek - l-'irst Lessons (White;) Crraniniar, ((iood- 

I History-Ancient and Modern (Willson 
j Kheloric, ( ( hiackenbos. i 

Natur.d Lhilosoj)hy, i Leek's Canot.) 
'i ( .eoinelrx , i Wentworth. ) 
I Latin \ iri^il iChase.) 
[ < .reek A n.iba sis. 

JLWJOR )/:.lA\ 



I la,- lish Liua-.iture, ( Shaw.) 
I Lh\ si()l();_;\ , I 1 lu\le\ \ N'oumans. ) 
I A!m'l)i-a, I Kobinson's Cni\ (.a"sii\ . ) 
I Latin Sallust, ( 'icero ( )rations. 
[ ( ireek i lonier Iliad. 

I LolitK al l^conomy, ( Wa\ kind.) 

I Miaital Lhilosoplu, (Wasland.) 

I Al-ebra, i Kobi nson's Cni\ er.sitw) 

, 'rri-onoineti-\ , i WheeLa-. ) 

I Latm ( i( ero de Senectute (Chase.) 

[(ireek iloiner (ireek 'IVst.mient. 



I i I 



I 



WILMAMSPOirr DICKINSON SIIMINAILY. 



9 



') 



Si TUNG Term 



Kall Tkkm. 



WTnter Teicm 



Si'KiNc; 'Lerm. 



fE\idences of Christianity, (I^iley.) 

I Mental Philosophy, (Wa'ykind.j 

J liotan)', ((iray.) 

\ Surveying-, (Murray.) 

I Latin — Livy. 

[ Greek—Xenophon— Memorabilia. 
SENIOR YEAR. 

Moral Science, (Wayland.) 
Zoology, (Orton.) 
(}eology, (Dana.) 
' Analytical (Geometry, (Olney.) 
Latin — Horace, 
(ireek— Plato -Apology and Crito. 

f Logic, (Coppec.) 

I Chemistry-with Lectures— (Ldiot cK: Storer.j 

\ Astronomy, ( Ra\ .) 

; Calculus, (( )lne>-.)' 

I Latin- Cicero- (le Officais. 

i Cjreek- I )eniosthenes - ( )rations. 

Lu tier's Analogy, (Lmor\' cS.- Crooks.) 
Chemistry --^with Lectures (Ldiotc^- Storer.j 

I Cal( ulus, (( )lney.) 

I Latin- l^a(itus (iermaniaand Agric(Ta. 

! (irc^ek- Demosthenes Orations. 



MODL-RX LA\(ilA(ii;S 

( (irainmar, (Schmit/.j 
j Leader, (( )tto.) 
i Wilhelm 'i'ell, iS( hdler. i 
(iKRMAN CoCRsr:. ; Junglrau \on Orleans, iSchilLa-.j 

I Iphigenic- auf 'Laurie, ((Hjuthe.) 
i Faust, (( iietJie.) 
[ 1 )ictionar\ , (Adler.) 

I (Grammar, (Aim.) 

I Reader, (Aim.) 

I Paul et X'irginia, (St. Lica-re.) 

' Classic i\c>a.(Ka-, i I )c I'^i\ as. ) 
Corinne, ( Madame de Stael.) 
L'Allemagne, (Madame de Stael, 
Les Miserabk^s, (\'ictor Hugo.) 

^ Dictitjnary, ( Surenne.) 

TciTioN— $3.50 each, per term of twelv e weeks. 



l^d<f:Ncii CoiKsf 




COURSl- IN MUSIC. 



The aim in this (lei)artiiient will be to give a thorough Musical 
Education, both in the tcchnicjue and the icsthetics of the art, and to 
this end only sttuidard text books and studies will be used. 

The Graduating Course comprises selecdons from the following 
studies, and is intended to occupy about three years. Students com- 
pleting the Course, including Thorough Bass, will receive a Diploma. 
Pieces adapted to the attainments of the pupil are given from the hrst. 



FIRST YEAR. 

Richardson's New Method; New iMigland Conserx atory Method; 
l)u\crn()\'s Studies in Mechanism; llerz's Studies, Book I and 2; 
Krausc's Studies, op. 2 and 4; koeschlKCMi's, oj). 66; Plaidy's 'iechni- 
cal Studies; Bertini's, op. 29 and 32; Mason's System of Accents; 
C/.ern\'s School of \'clocit\ , liook I and 2; C/.erny's 100 Progressixe 
Studies, op. 139. 

SECOND YEAR. 

CV.cM-n\'s Studies on the Art of Dexeloping the Fingers, op. 740, 
Book I and 2; C/.eni\ 's S( hool oi V'elocity, r)0()k 3; lier/'s Studies, 
llook 3, 4 and 5; Moschele^, op. 73; Kohler's Special Studies, Book 
;iu'l l"..\er( is('s ; Kohler's Ckissical Sehool, h'om No. I to 6; Mayer's 
Studies, op. 61, liook I and 2; Clement's Preludes and P.xercises ; 
Heller's Studies, op. 46, Book I and 2. 

THIRD YEAR. 

Czerin '^, op. 7. jo, Book 3, 4, 5 and 6; Mos(heles' Studies, op. 70; 
C k'lmni'^ Si udies ; ('.r;i(lu^aiid kariiassun; 1 ramer's Studies ; Pis/.t's 
Sludic-^, d'ha ll)eig Sliidics ; S( liu in a ii'^ Studies, op. 13. 

VOCAL TRAINING. 

Pll^si \i<:\K. Stiidx ot tile Pegisters, the Major Scale, Solfeggi, 
( P)as-^mi, Pal )la( lu', ( 'oin one oi' ec |iii\ a lent ; ) some songs. 

Si. COM) ^'l:Al<. Chromatic Scale, Minor Scale, Swcdled Notc^s, 
( )rn,i menls, ip.is^ini, ( OiKone or e<|iii\ alent ; ) some songs, (Abl, 
Kiir(kei), (himberl, Proch, Millard, etc.) 



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Solfeggi, 



P)or(logni, ("oiKone, etc.,) Pecitation, 



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THEORY OF MUSIC. 

First Year. -Rudiments of Thorough fiass. 

Second Year. — A. N. Johnson's Harmony. 

Third Year. — A. N. Johnson's Harmony and Plistory of Music. 

Students not wishing to take the CraduaUng Piano Course, may 
take a Course on the Reed Organ, selected by the teacher, and will 
be likewise granted a Diploma, if they acquire ability in reading 
ordinary church music at sight, and in a manner sufficiently clear for 
purposes of accompaniment. 

Students of the Craduating Piano and Organ Courses are reciuired 
to join the Ceneral Singing Class. 

A full Course of Violin Playing has also l)een prepared for the 
benefit of those who are seeking suj)erior attainments in this de- 
partment. 

All Music Scholars ha\e Yocal il wXiwxii free of charge. 

TUITION.- Term, 12 Weeks. 

Instrumental Music, Piano or Reed Organ . . .S12 00 

P^se of Instrument, two periods each day 3 00 

l^ipe Organ 18 00 

Use of Instrument, one hour eac h (la\- , 10 00 

Theory of Music, in classes. 6 00 

Theory of Music, to single pu|)ils 15 00 

\'o(-al Culture, in (lasses Free. 

\'o(^al Culture, to single pupils i- 00 

\'o(^al Miisi(\ in (dasses 2 00 

\ iolin Music, in (d.isses 6 (k; 

\dolin Musi(-, to single pu|)ils i- (j<^) 



xoKMAL Airsic corksi-;. 

The growing lo\-e of Musi(- has largel> im iwised the demand for 
competent mu^ic teachers To mrel this demand ihis Course is 
est.djlished. We pre.^enl it with entire eontiden(-e to those u lio desire 
to l)ecome skilled in their profession, hut v\ ho ha\e not had oppor- 
tunit\ lor Normal training. 

'idle Institution is amply supplied with first (lass instrnnu'iits, com- 
|)rising C.rand, Upright and S(|uare I'i.mos, with coinenient access to 
a large and superior Pipe ()rgan. 



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Tlic Course w ill I'xlcnd throut^h one \car, u})on C()rnj)leting which 
the Student will be entitled to a Diploma, with the Degree of Bache- 
lor of Music. 

Admission to the Normal Class will be by Diploma, or upon 
examination in the studies comprised in our regular "Course in 
Music," or their ecfuivalents. 

Among the special advantages otfered may be mentioned : 
(i) Careful instruction by a thoroughly educated (German Professor 
of acknowledged ability and wide ex|)erience ; (2) Daily opportunity 
to hear liow the different l)ranches of Music are taught; (3) l^ractical 
work in teaching under the personal direction of a superior instructor; 
(4) Rare ia( ilities for cultix ating a correct taste in Music, in concerts 
gi\en from time to time, and in weekK j)ublic entertainments, partly 
musi(^a!, in the Seminary Chapel; (5) Connection with a long estab- 
lished aiid widel\- known Literary Institution, which will cheerfully 
aid in securing lor its pupils positions as tcM(iiers. 

Six lessons will l)egi\en each week, namelv: 'i\v() in teaching 
the Elements ot Music, two in teaching'" the Theory of Music, and 
two pri\ ate lessc^is on the Piano or (irand Pipe Organ, as preferred. 

TCirK )X.— Term, 12 Weeks. 

Se\ent\-two Lessons >24 00 

Use ot l'i<iiio tor piactice, (two pi-riods each (ia\-,). ... 3 00 
I'se ot Pipe Organ tor practice, (one hour eacli da\',). 10 00 



Thi^ dcpai-tment i^ under the (lire( tion of <i gentleman of rare abil- 
i'\ 'Hid wide ( iihute. lLi\ing .idded lo the ii^n.d art (airritadum in a 
SeniiiiafN 1 he reg u l.i r ci mii'sc ,it .1 S( hooi of ! )esig n, lie is thorou^dd\- 
('[U.i lilicd lo meet ihe nmsi rigid demand 'oi" in^triielioFi in bodi the 
u^ciid ,in'l ( )rn;Mnt,;nia 1 laMUfhcsol (he depai'Iment. 

1 li'' ^ <»iir-e in 1 )r,i\\ ing ( ompnse^ Lineal-, Lei-sprcli\ e, ( )|))ect and 
M"dcl I )r,i\\ iiiL;. ALo a C'oui^e in Mecli.i iiicii I Drawing, for the 
practical w(a-k ot Hie m-inrer, ihe ar* liitei ! or the artisan. Due 
attenlion 1.^ gi\en lolhc !)r:i ik lie- o'" Indi.i Ink, Watc-r C/olors, Pastel 
and Cravrming I'orlrail Or.ixoning \)v\\\i:^ ,1 ^peci.iltw The Course 
in ' >il ciiihr.K (, s L.ind^t ape and Lorlrait Laiiiliii*'. 

Sliidrnls (K'.inng a tiill Course in (his department will, upon satis- 
f" '*a-\ a(l\ aiK cment in all il- brain lies, br entitled (o a Diploma. 




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TCITION.--TERM, 12 Weeks. 

Alonochromatic and Pastel Painting, each S 5 00 

Painting in Water Colors 5 00 

Painting in Oil 12 00 

Portrait Painting 20 00 

Pencil or Crayon Drawing 5 00 

Portrait Crayoning 12 00 

Mechanical Drawing 5 00 



lil.OClTlOX. 

FJocution is recogni/.ed as a most inrportant branch of edu(-ation. 
This department is under the super\ ision of a thoroughlv (pialilied 
and experienced teacher, and will include a careful \ ocal drill, and 
practice in the entire range of exj)ression. It will also embodx such 
a \ariet\' of Pecitation and Readings as max seem to exemplif\ the 
([ualities and modiulations of the \ oice, and will co\ er gesture and 
action. 



U'SIXliSS CnlKSIi. 

Hiis Course is designed s|)ecially for young men w1io desire to 
])ursue such studies only as will enal)]e tiiem to enter succ(.>s^ru 11 \ 
the Commercial World, d'hc (ime re(|uired to tinisii ji will depend 
largelx upon tfie prolii ieiicx of (he Student in die Oomnion lav.dish 
iiranche^, and (he <iiligen(C widi w iiuh he \\nvl:-^. 

The instruction will \)c thorough and s\s(enia'ic, aiTordin^ > prac- 
tical l')Usines^ I'.ducadon. The t, oui-^c will co\er llir followiii- 
studies: 1. v"oniiner( ia i Ariiiimetit, iik ludiiig 1 'Jcincii(ar\ Lrinci- 
ples, Inleres(, Discounl, Slock^, Jobbing, \c. 11. L.ng I ish ( aa 111 mar, 
lAiglish ('omposition and llu-incs^ (. orrt -^pondL m e. 111. L.ook- 
l\eei)ing, embr, icing Sm-le and Double raiir\. widi (lie i'rinci- 
pics ot Pardua'ship Accoun(-, j'.anking, Sliipping .lad : oui mi-.sion. 
I\. ('ommercial L.iw ; Lecture- will be '. i\cn on Contrails W-m)- 
liable Lai)er, <\c. 'Ihe pupils will be p!a<!!(i'd in writing ])ap(a-^ 
Used in actual bu-^mcs-, and .-uch lacdiUes I'urni.shed as \\il! prepare 
toi' act ua 1 business life. 

Students ma\ enter this Course .il .m\ lime. 



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SPliCIAL INFORMATION. 



A Normal Class will be organized during the Fall and 
Spring Terms for those who desire to teach. The Course will 
comj)rehend sj)ecial instruction and drill in the branches taught 
in Public Schools, })ractical work in teaching under the direc- 
tion of members of* the l\iculty, and Lectures on the Theory 
of Teaching by the President. No extra charge ivlll he made. 

Persons a})plying for rooms will please state whether they 
wish them furnished entirely or in part. 

We will not be ready to receive Students before the first day 
of tlu^ lei'm. On the second day classes are formed, a term 
schedule for recitations ado})ted, and lessons assigned. 

Students from other schools may enter any class on passing 
a satisfactory examination in the previous studies of the course, 
or their e(|uivalents. 

riie language "elected" in the Course in Science and Litera- 
tuiH' will be retaincMl throughout the reipiired two years. 

Tlu' ladies ww allowed to substitute a Course in Music, or 
Drawing and Painting, or (Jerman, or French, for the Greek 
Language and lor Analytical Geometry and Calculus. 

( )r!h()Li!apli\ , Flymoloizv, Kcadinu-, Composition and Decla- 
matioii t lirouglioiit all the Coui"s(.'s. 

'V\\v cla.-st- in \. liLiononuTry and Survevinji" are iriven such 
field drill a- will lamiliarizc ihcni with practical sui'vevin<»'. 

In tlic d('partnKiil> of Ancient and Modein Lanirua^^es the 
cla-.-c- arc piact'ccd in oral and wi'itten exercises thr()U<diout 
the (,'our.-e. 

Feclnres will be given from time to time in the various 
departments. 

A Jjiblical Class will also be formed for the l)enelit of such 
as have the Ministi'v in view, il' desired. 



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GENERAf INEORMATION. 



WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY 

Is an institution of high grade, wdth ample facilities for giving 
young ladies and gentlemen a superior education. It is organ- 
ized upon the plans which have been approved by long experi- 
ence, and adopted by the best schools in this country, embracing 
all modern appliances in means and methods of instruction. It 
was founded in 1<S4(S, and is regularly chartered by the Legisla- 
lature of the State of Pennsylvania, and authorized to confer 
degrees upon those wdio com{)lete the prescribed Courses of 
Study. 

The Seminary is under the patronage of the Central I*enn- 
sylvania Conference, being owned and practically managed by 
the Preachers' Aid Society. As this investment was rather to 
promote tlu' important work of Higher Christian Ivlucation 
than to make money, the paramount j)urpose is to combine 
thorouirh instruction and careful moral training with the com- 
Ibrts of a good home, at the lowH'st possible rales. 

LOC.l /'ION. 

Williamsport is om^ of the most beautiful and healthy places 
in the State. it has never been subject to epidemics of any 
kind. Many cominLi- to the s(diool in poor health have returned 
fully restored. The city is situated on the West l>ranch of the 
Sus(iuehanna Iviver, has a population of tw'(Mity thousand, is 
widely known for its intcUigiMU'c, its (Miterj)rise, the taste dis- 
])layed in the characti^r of its public !)uildings and private ri^si- 
dences, and tlu^, moral apprninces with which it is lurnished. 
In small towns and villages the I'acilities tor cultur(\ intellectual 
as well as aesthetic and moral, are generally limited, rarely 
reac^hing beyond the institution itself, and hence student life 
must l)(H'ome monotonous, lacking the inspiration which a larger 
[)lace with wider opportunities affords. Twenty-seven church(\s, 




an acnvo Kunpcninco oriranizatioii, and a braiicli of the YounL^ 
Mcirs diristiaii Association, onihracinii^ iiiany of the most ear- 
nest christians in the eoniniunitv, with a laro;e ]il)raiT free to 
all, and accessible at all times, indicate some of the religious 
influences brought to bear upon the young in Williarasport. 

BUILDINGS. 

The buildings ()ccu})y an eminence overlooking the city, and 
are surrounded by ])eautiful shadc^ trees, while the grounds con- 
tain five acres, atfording ample room for exercise and play. 
They are brick, heated by furnaces in the cellar, and supplied 
throughout with pure mountain water. 

]')()th departments are furnished with bath-rooms and all 
modern appliances lor comfort, and in the eutire arrangement 
of the buihlings great care has been taken for the convenience 
and h(^ahh of the occuj)ants. 

The hidies' apartments are entirely separate from the others, 
((nd f/ierr is no (t.^.MH'iailon of the sexes bat in the presence of their 
i)i6tn(cfo,\s. ll\r happy inihience, nuitualbj exerted, in their 
-light asx.ciatioii in the recitation I'oom, at th(^ table, 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 
lial)il> and manners, in ardent devotion to study, aiul in the 
attainment (*1 hjoh moral character. These, w^ith manv other 
^■a!nal.le results, have established the fact that the best plan for 
a .-ehoul i-^, aee(.r(liiig to tlu^ evident design of Providence in 
the eMiiMitntinn ..f xx'icty, on the basis of a well-rc^aadated 
'•!'"-' i;"i laiiiiiy. Thr, meinbers t^f the Facultij live in the huild- 

""J- '"^ "^ t/ir samr fiddfs, and have eonsta)d overnight of all the 

Si ml I Ills, 

IO(\]/S .IM) FLI^XriURE. 

'^'>'' '''»"ii'- 'iiv ]:i!gv!- (hail in most boarding schools, the 
\'m\w> hein- iCxl:; fivt, and the -vnt hymen's '1{W.)\ f(M't. They 
are {'iinii-^he.l with all heavy art ieles, ^///r/ //* ^/r,s'/m/, any room 
will he entirely Inrnisjied; but Sindent> may bring tluar own 
sbrMt-, Tor double bed,.,) pillows, pillow-eases, blankets, counter- 
pane.-, miri(U,- and lamps, and thus lessen the expense. 



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EXPENSES. 
Total cost, wuth room furnished as above: 

In Classical and Scientific Course, per year ^^203 33 

In Classical and Scientific Course, per term of 12 weeks. ... 61 60 

In Common English Course, per year 193 33 

In Common English Course, per term of 12 weeks 58 60 

When rooms are entirely furnished, S20 will be added per 
year, or $8 per term. This includes all charges for furnished 
rooms, carpet, board, wvashing (12 pieces per w^eek), fuel, and 
tuition in Latin, Greek, Mathennitics, Sciences, English, l^ook- 
Keeping and Penmanship. Tiir:iii-: aiik no ioxtuas wiiat- 
kvj:!!, except ibr Ornamental l^ranches and Modern LanLnuu-^es, 
the charires for which are specifically stated elsewhere. 

We (U^sire to emphasize this statement, because some schools, 
whose advertised rates arii higher than ours, increase the ex- 
penses still more by numerous "extras." 

JS^^y We ask those who are seeking education for themselves, 
and parents who contemplate sending their children to a board- 
\\vz school, to carefullv not(^ \^w fact that W(^ furnish everything*" 
embrac(Hl in a thoroughly ecpiipped school, with all the comforts 
of a good liome, including a laru(\ airy, and completely fur- 
}iished room, in a beautiful and healthy location, at the low rate 
of 822.').').') {)er yeai\ in courses of study whicdi prc^pare the stu- 
dent for business, foi* proi(\^sional life, or for the lower or hif>'her 
classes in college^; or, if they prefer to furnish tln^ir ow^i rooms 
with b(Ml-('loth(\<, miirors, lamp and car[)er, for 820))..')."] in (Clas- 
sical Studies, and -S P. ).")..')') in (\)mmon English. 

J\n'A/EN7S. 

Term bills payabh; in a(lvanc(\ one-half at opening and the 
balance at the middh^ of tlu^ {('\'\\\. 

Students attending a j)art of a t(M-m will be charged at the 
rate of §4 per w(H'k for board, washing and room. 

Wh(Mi Students ai'c calh^l away by sickness or providential 
necessity, moneys advanced will i)e returncul. Students dis- 
missed oi' leaving without the apj)roval of the President may 
be charged for the full term. 



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Deduction for absence is nnnK* on recommendation of the 
President to the Treasui'er. No reihu'tion for hoard or tuition 
ior absence of ten days oi" less at the i)euinninu:, or the last 
three weeks before the close of the term. 

Five dollars must be deposited with the Treasurer on enter- 
ing, to cover damages that the Student may do to room or other 
})ro|)erty. This will be returned when the Student leaves, in 
case no injury has been done. Any Student rooming alone will 
be charged S3 extra per term. 

Day scholars will be charged from S6.00 to §12.50 per term 
of twelve weeks, according to the studies they pursue. 

TERMS AND VACATIONS. 

The S(Mninary year is divided into three terms, as follows: 

Kall 'Xv^\^\- i6 Weeks. r)CKins Monday, August 30th, 1880. 
VamXs l)eeein])cr 2otli. X'ae.ition. 2 Weeks. 

W^iNTi'K 'I^i:i<M- 12 Weeks. liei^in^ Monckiy, January 3d, 1881. 
J^nds Manh 2cSth. No \'a(-a{i()n. 

Si'i<iN(, ri.:RM- 12 Weeks. IJcKins Monckiy, March 28th, 1881. 
iaul^ [line i6lli. \'a( ation, 10 Weeks. 



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Pupils of good moral charact(U' will be received at any time, 
i'or a single term or longer })eri()d. 

Must arrange bills with the Treasurer before^ attending- reci- 
tations. 

Mn-t take at Ica-t four studi(\<, uid(\<s excus(Ml by the 
]''acul{y. 

i\Iii>l regi>tei' name and church, and agrcn* to c(U)iplv with 
all rules and regulations of the School. 

Paeh Stud( nl will be considei'ed a nuMnberof the Institution 
until diu' notice >liall have been given of intention to leav(% and 
])ernil>sion obtained of the President. 

/U).lA'/)/N(;. 

Jliis drpartment i- under the g(Mieral direction of the Presi- 
denl, \n\\ an ex j)ei-ienced Stewai'd and a thoroughly competent 
Matron have immediate ehaige. The (h^partnient comuH^mls 




itself by cleanliness, abundance of supply, excellence of (piality, 
good cooking, and adaptation to health. 

• JJISCIPLINE. 

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. 

APPARATUS. 

The Seminary is furnished with a collection of apparatus, 
together with full sets of Globes, Ma})s and Charts, a Cabinet 
of Minerals, and a large sup{)ly of Chemical and Laboratory 
Utensils, thus affording facility for illustration and experiment. 

MERIT ANT) DEMERIT. 

A daily record is kei)t of all the exercises of the School, 
from which record the Students will Ix^ graded. A record of 
demerits is also ke[)t. Tardiness, unexcused absences from 
required exercises, and all disorderly conduct, will subiect the 
Student to demerit marks. Ten such nuirks bring a private 
reproof l)efore tlu^ Faculty; twenty a public reprimand before 
the whole School, and thirty may send the oliender away. Ses- 
sional reports are sent to })arents. 

RTI/C/OIS STRIICTS. 

Every Student is recpiired to attend religious services in the 
chapel daily, as well as public worship morning and evening 
every Sabbath, at .such place as parcntn ar (juardiatiH niaij ilvx'uj- 
naie, the President assenting. 

N. J]. — ]-:ach Student must l)e sujiplied with a Pibh^ to be 
read, vnihoui note or seetariioi eominrnt^ in the services of the 
chapel. The whole School i-ead in concert. 

A general ex[>erience meeting is held eviM'v Sabbath at half- 
past eight A. M., and generally a service of song at six P. M., 
continuing one hour. Also, prayer-meeting ibr the gentlemen 
and ladies, separately, on Hiursday (^venings. Attendance 
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/. /TK/y\lR ] ^ h:XKR C/SKS. 

Exercises in S})cninir, Etymology, Keading, Declamation 
and Original Composition are re(|nired of all the Stndents 
throughout the year. In addition to these, public exercises 
are held in the Seminary chapel every Friday evening, at 
which the more advanced Students read essays or deliver 
original speeches, interspersed with vocal or instrumental 
music, furnished by the Music Department. 



LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

Ther6 are three flourishing l!^terary Societies connected 
willi the Seminary — the J^elles Lettres, the (Jamma Epsilon, 
and the Ti'ipartite Union. The first two are in the gentlemen's, 
and the last in the ladic^s' de})artment. Each has a well fur- 
nished hall, and a judiciously sele(*ted library, ajxureiratinix 
more than two thousand volumes. Each prepares and reads 
a pa[)er in the chapel once in three weeks, in connection with 
othcu' literary exc^rcises, thus furnishing inspiration to intel- 
lec^tual culture, as well as entertainment for the Students and 
the public. 

/JVSII^i'CIION. 

Our methods are modern, and adapted to the need of the 
Students. No [)aiiis are sj)ared to give thorough, j)ractical and 
scholarly training in all the (lepartnients by teachers of su})erior 
attainments and ex[)erience. Besides instruction in connection 
with the text hook, lectures illustratc(l bv experiments are <»iven 
i'l'om tinu^ to lime. 

()r7E/I\ 

I^vcry Student sliould be supplied with warm and durable 
clothing, heavy boot> and shoes, an umbrella, and ti pair of 
slippers to be worn in the room. All articles siiould be plainly 
marked with the full name of the owner. We sugii;est that each 
Student bring napkins and napkin ring, though this is o[)tional. 

./ WORD lO J\\ RENTS. 

1. fih/V'Try to have your children here on the first day of 
the term, b\(l iiof h/'forc, as we will not be ready to receive them. 



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The classes are foiTued on the second day, and it will be l)etter 
for all concerned that the Student start r(\gularly with his class. 

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

3. Do not allow your children to leave the School before 
the examinations, unless it cannot be avoided. Serious incon- 
venience to all concerned often arises from a neglect of this 
caution. 

4. Supply them very ,'<parinf/ly with spending money. 
Parents cannot be too cautious on this j)oint. 

5. Select for your child one of the Instructoi's as a patron, 
to distribute^, his funds. In this way a more judicious use of 
y(Hir money will be made, and your child will be kept from 
many temptations. 



f>" Students not boarding in the Institution must observe 
the following rules : 

1. Attend daily i)rayers. 

2. JNIust attcMul all the Seminary exercises punctually. 

f). Must sj)end the intervals between recitations in the Stu<ly 
Hall. 

4. iNIust account for all al)sence by written excuse^ without 
delay, time and number of recitations being specilied. 

T). Must not visit the rooms of boarders without permis>ion. 

JIEAAS OE ICOESS. 

Tlu; Philadelphia and lOrie, the Northern Oenti'al and the 
PhihnU'lphia and Heading Hailroads j)ass through the citv,s() 
that Williamsport is rea<lily accessible from all (piarters. 

J5^;/y"By special aiaangc^nents all oui* Students ])rocure tickets 
at excursion i-ates over the Pennsylvania, tlu' Philadelphia and 
JMi(% the Northein ('enti'al and the Philadelphia and Reading 
Railroads and their J)ranches, both going to and returning from 
their homes, thus materially re<lucing the expenses of travel. 




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We call the special attention of parents and those seeking edu- 
cation to this fact, and at the same time gratefully recognize 
the liberality of these railroad companies in dealing with our 
Institution. 

GRADUATES AND FORMER STUDENTS. 

It may be safc^ly estimated that from eight to ten thousand 
persons have rcH'eived academic instruction, covering from one 
to three years, in Williamsport Dickinson Seminary, while two 
hundred and fifty-five^ have (*om})leted the prescribed curricu- 
lum, graduating with the degrc^es the Institution confers. We 
desire to bring all these into active sym})athy and co-operation 
with tlu^r Alma M<tier, and hence we ask all persons to wdiom 
this notice may conu^ who have been Students here, to send us 
their address, with any infornuition concerning their personal 
history that may be of genei'al interest, as we wish to compile a 
complete catalogue of all the Students now living. 

There is a general meeting of the Alumni every year, the day 
before^ Commencement. We extend a most cordial invitation to 
all old Students to attend the meeting this year, which will be 
held dune l()th, afternoon and evcuiing. If you cannot come, 
let us hear from you by letter. 

And now, may I not ask you to aid in enlarging the sj)here 
and incretising the j)ower of our Alma Mater f You can do 
much in nnmv wavs, but you can at least direct those lookiuL^ 
lor a good hoarding School to oui's, or send me their address on 
a postal card. ( ari'v the Seminaiv in youi- heart. She is doiu'r 
a, worthy work, and earnestly asks her soiis and dauirhters to 
help her. • 



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PRIZES. 



The following Prizes will be awarded during the year: 

The President's Prize — the gift of the President to that 
member of the Senior or Junior Class w^ho shall excel in writing 
and delivering an Oration. 

The Faculty Prize — the gift of the Faculty to the Student 
(not a member of the Senior or Junior Class) who shall excel 
in Declamation. 

The Va3lkler Prize — the gift of Professor Voelkler to the 
Student who shall be awarded the first prize in Instrumental 
Music. 

The Blehni & C'o. Prize — the gift of Frank Blehm & Co., of 
Erie, Pa., to the tw^o Students who shall be awarded the second 
and thir<l prizes in Instrumental Music. 

The Mrs. Gray Prize — the gift of Mrs. E. J. Gray to that 
Student who shall excel in Keadinij:. 

The Charles C. Mussina Priz(^ — the gift of Charles C. Mus- 
sina to that Student who shall excel in S[)elling. 



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WIl.l.lAMSI'Oirr DTCKINSOX SICMIN'AIIY. 



BY-I.\WS. 



1. During the hours of study the students shall not be unneces- 
sarily alDscnt from their rooms. 

2. At t1ic time appointed to attend prayers, recitation, lecture, or 
other exercise, each student shall x^^^ax^ quietly and promptly io the 
place designated. 

3. At no time siiall any student loiter in the halls or about the 
doors, or inchdgc in jum|)ing, wrcstHng, loud talking, whistling, or 
an\ (Mhcr unnc(-c>s;ir\- noise, or soil the building with tobacco. 

4. The students sh;ill not be ;ibsent from their rooms at ni^ht 
niter the hour of study indicated b\- the ringing of the l)ell, nor shall 
the\ attend parties or mixed assem1)lies without ])ermission from the 
TresideiU ; nor shall the\- at any time \ isit hotels, or other {)laces of 
public resort, or on an\- occasion indulge in the use of intoxic^atinc 
liijuoi's. 

5. AH prolaiu> and indecent language, j)la\inL'- at frames of 
chance, injuring the j)r()pert\ of the Institution or of citizens, quarrel- 
ing, lighting, the carr\ing of fire-arms or other dangerous weapons, 
.ire strictK lorbKiden. 

6. No student shall leaxe the limits of the town for a longer time 

ih.iu one iioiii- without permission Irom the i^resident. 

7. 1:.!. h .tudeiU will be h.eld stri(-ll\ accountable for an\ damage 
1'^' '"■ ^li*' in.iv cau-c to the Seminar\ propert)'. Damages b}- un- 
1 uown p.iriu'^ in.i\ br assessed on the school. 

^- 111'' IV.K hei-s must at all tiiiu's ha\e access to the students' 
r'H.in >. .ind .! i! ]>.■ judged lu'ccssarx, the rooms will be (de<ined at 
die ' ■ \ pcil^i- ( )! the oC( II p,i lit s. 

Q. ^ f.'Mlmc-. oi pcr-on .ind of .ippan^l, and a gentleinanU and 

ia'!\dii.e (!cp< a! liicjii niU'-l he obscrxed \^\ nil. 

10. \" \' .i:'!-, du-t, or oilic!" maieriul shall be thrown from an\- 
" ii'i"^- !!, ;ho l)Uil 'iii-s, or ;!,»u n die hotair ijues, or in the halls alter 
Hie} ha \ e I )cen ( !c,i iicd. 

11- Siiidci't- inu .1 !i,i\ ii-cir rooms ^wcpi .uid ni order, a nil their 

Iil;!!' ' ''x' iiiL',iiislio(i ,1! 'lie e-M,i!)lislnMl h()iir,_ 

12. \o -.nidoh! will l)c idiowc:] 'o go h,i 1 lu 1 ig , 1 )oa t i iig, sk a t i ug, 
li-hin-, -iiimin-, or nHiii-, widioiu permission irom the bresident. 



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''^'"'^ mils! ii(,t \ isit tiie kitchen, dining-room, or an\- 



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14. The Sabbath must be strictly observed bv all. VisitiuL^ or 
receixing \ isits will not be allowed. All must attend public worship 
twice during the day. 

15. No lady shall at any time receixe calls from gentlemen at her 
own room. Friends from a distance can see the ladies in the parlor. 

16. The young ladies will not be allowed to leave the Seminary 
grounds at any time without permission; and the gentlemen wall be 
restricted at the discretion of the Faculty. 

17. No student shall change his or her 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 without an express recpiest from the parent or guardian, made 
to the President, and wdthout the consent of the Faculty. 

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

20. Permission to be absent from any exercise must be obtained, 
if possible, before the absence occurs. 

21. No student will be permitted to lea\x any class without the 
consent of the Faculty. 

22. The ladies and gentlemen must not visit each others' apart- 
ments, walk or ride together, without permission, nor converse to- 
gether 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 olTense, b\- j)ri\ ate or public reproof, suspension, dis- 
mission, or ex])ulsion. 

25. Students dismissed or expelled must leaxe the premises at ouch;. 

26. None but students can attend the Societx meetings, nor shall 
the Socaeties meet together, uidess b\- express permission of the 
F ac u 1 1 \' . 

27. No s])e(-ial meeting of the students shall be held at an\- time, 
nor shall an\- meeting of the students or Societies continue later than 
10:30 ()'(d()(d< P. M., without permission of the President. 

28. All j)ers()ns \ isiting students in the Seminarx will be recpiired 
to conform to the rules adopted for the goxcrmnent of the scdiool, and 
in case the\- remain longer than three da\s, wilt be charged for board- 
ing at the published rates. 

29. Any temj)orary prudential regulation for the goxernment of 
the school, that the Faculty max see lit to adopt, siiall be ecpuUly 
binding with these l>y-Law^s. 



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WILLI AMSPOKT DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



CALEND.VR FOR 1880. 



Friday, May 28. — Examination of Senior Class begins. 

Wednesday, June 9. ^Examination of other Classes begins. 

Friday, June ii, 3 o'clock P. M, — Contest in Spelling for the C. C. 
Mussina Prize. 
8 o'clock P. M. — Exercises of the Sophomore Class. 

Sabbath, June 13, 10, i/, o'clock A. M. — Baccalaureate Sermon by 
the President. 

3 o'clock P. M. — Annual Sermon before the Students, by Rew 

James Morrow, of Philadelpliia, Pa. 

Monday, Juni-: 14, 8 o'clock P. M. — Concert and Contest in Music, 
for the \'(elkler and Blehm Prizes, in Academy of Music. 

Euksday, Juxi<: 15, 9 o'ch)ck A. M. — Contest in Reading, for the Mrs. 
E. J. Gray Prize. 

10 '4 o'clock A. M.- Reunion of the 15elles Eettres Union So- 
ciety. 

2 ()'clo(d< P. M.- Exercises of the Junior Class. 

8 o'clock P. M. Address before the Literary Societies, by 
R. J. lUirdettc, lulitor of "Burlington Hawk-Eye." 

Wi':i)Ni:si)\\ , JuNi*: 16, 9 o'(lo(k A. M.- Contest in Oratory, for the 
Trc'sidcnt's Prize. 
10'., ()'( lock A. M. Reuuiou of the (lamma Ej)silon Society, 

2 o'( 1()( k \\ M. (/ontest in Declamation, for the Faculty Prize. 

4 o'( !()( k P. M. Ihisiness Meeting of the Alumni Assocaation. 
(S ()'( lo( k !'. M. Keunion and Piterary Meeting of the Alumni. 

'1 iiiKSD.w , Jim. 17, 9'_> oVkxk A. AL— Commencement Exercises, 
in the \c<idem\- of Music. 
2)4 o'( Io( k k. M. Annu.il Meeting of the Stockholders, in the 
Semmarx Cha|)el. 

3 ()'( lo( k P. M. Anmia! Meeting of the ]k)ard of Directors. 

M()M)\\, Ar(a SI ^^o. fkill Eerm be<dns. 



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DICKINSON COkkliGE, 

CARLISLE, PENN'A., 

FOUJYDED 1783. 

Possesses ample Facilities in Buildings, Libraries, and Apparatus, for 

a Complete and thorough 



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Limited F^lection allowed in Junior and Senior years in fayor of 



PRACTICAI. SCIHNTIFIC STUDIliS A\l) HEBREW. 



^* E X P E N S E S . *^ 

Of Tuition by Scholarships, readily attainable, - - $ 6 25 per annum. 

Of Experimental Course in Laboratory (elective), - 25 GO 

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 BEAUTIFUL, HEALTHY, and EASY OF ACCESS. 



\\\ recent ;u lion of the IJoard of Trustees, the l^^icultx are autho- 
rized to admit students from Wil liamsport Oickinsou, l*cnninL;t<)n and 
Kingston Seminaries, and \VilminL;ton Conference .Xcadenn , to the 
I' reshman C lass without examination, upon the presentation ot a cer- 
tificate from the l)()ar(l of lnstru(~tion in the Institutions named that 
the work recpiired tor admission h.is been accomplished. Sons ot 
ministers will be turnished the use of scholarships without cost, a num- 
ber ha\inL;l)een i)lace(l at the disposal ot the faculty tor this purj)ose. 
The donation of Others to be thus used will be thaid<tull\' received. 

For further information address the President. 



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HICKS & GAMBLE, 

WHOLESALK AND RKTAIL DEALERS IN 

gcpeeii B06Kg i gcpeeii ^uppiiiEg. 

LATEST STYLES OF WRITINa PAPERS ALWAYS ON HAND. 

ALSO, A LARGE STOCK OF 

Wall Paper and Window Shades, Wrapping Paper and Paper Bags, 

^<>. 1/1 ^Vt-st Tliircl Ktreet, 



Chas. E. Hicks. 
.loHN A. Gamrle. 



WILLLIMSPOIIT, FA, 



cyiMS. T.1SL c::;oT«r3v:H5c:JTx<3i«-. 




J. L. GUINTER & CO., 

otesate <! Retail Grocer s. 

MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS. 

We ket'j) coiisiantly on luuid tli(> L.viiiiEsi' St(j( k oi'^ (Vicars and Toi'.acco and 
( ir.NEiiAi. <ii{0('ERii'.s ill NorlluTii l\'iiiisylvaiii;i. 
Orders hy inail will receive proinj)! attetilion. 

Xds. 7.», 77X77 1-2 Wcsl Tliiid Street, Williaitispoit, Pa. 



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Foreign & Domestic Fruits, 

GENERAL PRODUCE AND GREEN GROCERIES, 

FISH AND OYSTERS A SPECIALTY. 

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STRICTLY ONIL-PRICE. 



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Wholesale and Retail Grocers, 

OFFER FULL STOCK, FRESH GOODS, 

SUdAR, SYHUP, ISA, TOBACCO, CAIED THUIT, FISH, CHEESE, k, 

FLOnC SOAP, COFFEE, CHOICE Tri^> BETTER, 
(lood Coods at Tow I'riccs. Coods <leliver<-(l to any ])art of the C'ity. 



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WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



G. W. KLUMP, D. D. S., 
IDElsTTIST. 

Restoring Aching and Diseased Teeth to Usefulness a Specialty. 

Ol!"I( E, (OK. riilKO A NO .\E\KKEi SlS., 

Over L. L. Stearns' Store, \V1 LLI AMSr()R'i\ PA. 




M. W. F. UamOhMPi, 

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South- Juxsl Cornc/- 'TJiiiil aHii Piih' Sh'rris, 



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DRUGGISTS AND l'IIARMy\GlSTS. 

TO I L l/r li JJQ I/IS I TIJS : 

Ciiinphoratcd (;iyrcnnc Ice, Hay Rum Hair Tonic. 
Oclontinc, a Superior Tooth Wash. 
Fragrant l^oquet Cologne, Rose and Pearl Dentifrice. 
A Fine Assortment of Hair, Nail and Tooth Brushes. 
Largest Stock of Toilet Soaps to be found in the City. 

DUBLE Sc CORNELL, Cor. Fourth & Pine Sts. 



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Cornrr Fourth diid .Market Streets, 

Bread, Plain and Fancy Cakes, Ice Cream, 

FRl'irS, Nl'TS, CONKI'.CTIONKRY, &c., &c. 

GEORGE BRILL. 



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SIkm'I Music, Music and liislniclion Hooks. 

\\;i icro. Ill-, No. 17 Wc-t 'riiifd Street, Willi;iii!si)(irt. I'a 



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ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW, 

WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 

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ALSO, DEALER IN GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 
No. 8j Pine Street, Williamsport, Pa. 

wppjJ iji WAJJT OF 

A NOBBY HAT, A GOOD CA]', WALKING CANES, GOOD 

UMBRELLAS, N()15BY SCARFS, STYLISH COLLARS & 

CUFFS, FANCY AND PLAIN HALF HOSE, 

(ILOVES, L'NDEKWEAR, OR 



Anything in the Gents' Furnishing Line, 



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'■MEESWS, 4i W^sr FQrmrir Street. 



L. M'DOWELL & CO., 

DEVLERS IX HARDWARE, 

White Lead, Oils, Glass, and Building Hardware. 
Belting and Saw Mill Supi'mes a Specialty. 

ABIRIIDTJIiTIUieAIL JimiPiLIEMiEK^S, 



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AM) cAKRl A(;h: HARDWAKK. 



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WILLI VMSrORT, PA. 



MARKiyr S(Jl AHF, 



ThG Best Fire Insurance Companies Represented. 



All Ordkks i-.v Mail PRdMi'TLv atiendei) to. 



SOMKTHING ENTIRELY NEW! 



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A Tremendous Stock of elegant SILVE^R WARE. New Designs, 

New Patterns. 12 different Patterns of Dinner and Breakfast 

Castors, with and without P)ells. Spoon Holders, Single and 

Double Picd^le Castcn's, Ice J^itchers, Ice Coolers, cKic; 

Fruit I)askets and Cake Baskets, \'ase Holders, 

Fancy Cups, Napkin Rings, Sugar Bowls, 

Creain Jugs, Tra\s, SiKer Tea Sets. 

A Full Fine of Tea Spoons, 'Fable Spoons, Sugar Spoons, Ikitter 
Kni\e^, and Plated Kni\es. 

Can sell <i spleiKlid Castor, 5 r)()ttles, >^2.75, warranted. 

Can sell one dozen Triple Pl.ited Knives, per doz.. . 4.50, 
Lan sell one set ol Cast-steel l\ni\ es and Forks for .90, 
Can sell 47 Pieces 'lY'a Set Dishes for 3^^, 



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p. S.- A lull line ot Choice^ ( iroceries always on hand. 

(-{REEX Si EVES, SI Pine Street. 



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NJs:^^r york. 



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MisroKii.s, spi-:nc1':kian copn' iu)()ks, wf:b- 

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DFS'IKIAF DKAWlNCS, eVc. 
i^.A Special Rates gi\ en for Introduc tion. 



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