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ABRAM UPDEGRAFF, Esq., President, Williamsport. 

LEWIS Mcdowell, Esq., secretary, Williamsport. 

Hon. JOHN SMFFH, Williamsport. . 

Col. JACOP) SALLADE, W^illiamsport. 

JOHN R. HAZLET, Esq., Williamsport. 

Hon. JOHN PATTON, Curvvensville. 

Rev. JAMES CURNS, Altoona. 

(iEOROE SLATE, Esq., Williamsport. 

Hon. ELI SLIFER, Lcwisbiirg. 



T. E. KIESS, Steward and Treasurer. 
Mrs. SARAH J. WHEELANI), Matron. 



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Coilral PeiDisylvauia Conference 

Rev. J. P). P()LS(;R()V1":. 
Rev. F. P>. RIDDLE. 
Rev. W. a. CLI P1MN( '.l-.R. 

kev. I). II. siiii:li)s. 

Col. S. KNORR. 
J. II. SANTO, i:s(). 

/hi/-/ /more Conference : 
Rev. J. J. O. \Vi:iiSTER. 

Ri:v. w. r. L. wi:lch. 

J^JiilaifcIfJiia Conference : 

Ri:v. L. P». HOFFMAN. 
Rev. W. C. JOHNSON. 



M^lumni iQrqanization. 



OFFICERS: 

J. L. SPANGLER, Esq., Prp:sident. 

Rev. E. H, YOCUM, Vice-President. 

Mrs. P:. J. (^/RAY, Rec. Secretary. 

Miss JENNIE R. FOULKE, Cor. Secretary. 

Rev. B. C. CONNER, Treasurer. 



FXE CUTIVE COMMITTEE : 

Rev. PENJ. C. CONNER, Chairman. 
Rev. F. a. C. CLARKE. 
Miss SOPHIE REKUiARD. 
Miss IDA TAYLOR. 
Rev. E. J. (;RAY. 



ORATORS: 

Rev. EZRA II. VOCUM (iS8o) 

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Miss MACiGlE J. M( CULLOUGH. 



POETESS: 

Miss MAGG1I-: CHAMPION (lSSo) 
Mrs. J. C. AVRES (lSSij. 



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Rev. KDWiVRD J. GRAY, A. M., Pke.sident, 

M(iU<tl (tiid Jland Srit ncc (did Jit lies JjiUrcs. 

J. W. FRELKY, 15. S., 



M: 1). LKARNKl), A. V>., 

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A. W. HARRIS, A. T)., 

Mdl III null ics. 

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Miss MACC.H", J. M( C TLl ,()r( ;i 1. W. S., 

. \ s^ I ■■ 1 1 1 II t III I ' II j II 1 1< 1 1 1 II' 1/ I )< I II I rl nil II I . 

Miss CLAKA M. W'KICIl'I', 

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Names. Class. 

y\lcxandcr, C. T 1853 

Allen, R. P ICS52 

■-y\rn(lt, C. K i<S68 

akcr, (;. W 1876 



.'irl^er, IMiss A. 10. . 

aniitz, S. J 

nrr, Miss /Xdrllc. . 
arlon, M iss V . \ . 

artoii, J. 11 

cck, Miss M. J.. . . 
rcrs, L. 11.. 

r.rii, J. 1: 

M')cniK'lt, Alk'iK. . 
k'mu>tt, Miss 1 1. C. 
KMinrlt, Miss N. 1 1 
1 )C'iis(~()lcr, C. L . . . 
;icl(nr, Miss l". 

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'.odinr, 1 )c\\i(t . 

)()\\ ma 11, .\. S. . . 

low ma 11, S. L. . . 

)()\\ nia n, S. S . . . 

){)\ ntoii, M iss I', , 

)ra(lK"\ , M i^n K . 

irow II, 11. I 

)r()\\ 11, I . C 

irow n, 1 . I 

')ii( kalrw, W. j 
C'aldrr, Miss M . 
( "a m|)l)(,"l 1, I'". C" . . 
Campkrll, ]. V . . 
Cainphcll, K. v. 

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880 

865 

860 

852 

869 

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877 

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878 

861 

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852 

863 

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Names. 

Champion, Miss M.. . . 

Chapman, 1 1. ( ) 

Church, F. V. 

Clarke, F. .A. C 

Clarke, W. V 

Clea\ er, Miss C. ^^ . . . 

Clea \ er, Miss L. J 

"Comp, I . S 

Conner, Ik C 

''Conner, S. J . A 

Cooper, M iss A 

Cooper, Miss A. M . . . . 

Cox, C. S 

C'rawTord, ka\ ina V. . . 

Crawford, M iss M . I". . . 

■Craw ford, M iss K. A . 

CreaL;er, C. F 

Cre\c'linL;, S. A 

CuinniinL;s, M iss I ,. W, 

Cuira n, 1 1 . A 

l)aK^ Miss 1"" 

I )arl, Miss k 

Dashirik Miss A. k. , . 

l)a\ is. Miss 1 1. 1; 

l)a\ is, \kiss M. k. 

Deavor, \. I ). W 

Dcavor, 1:. 1:. .\ 

De .\rinond, 1 >. A . . . . 

Dirmrr, ]. \\ 

Dirtru k, IC k 

Dill. A. 11 

Dill. M. ,K 

Dill. W. 11 

Driiddr. Miss M. I'k . . 
Drum. .M. 1 



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868 

863 

872 

880 

876 

866 

869 

87, 

861 

864 

864 

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Names. Class. 

Dunkcrly, J. R 1B78 

Kbcrt, Miss A. M i860 

Eckbert, Miss A. M 1874 

Eclgcr. Miss M 1857 

Elliott, Miss M. E 1862 

]-:mcry, Miss Eva V 1857 

Emery, Miss Lizzie J i860 

Emery, Miss ?vl. V 1857 

-■<-Ent.\v. H 1858 

]<:ssini;ton, Miss M. R 1877 

]-:ssinL;t()n, Miss N. A 1865 

Faunce, J. E 1863 

Fidler, C. I i860 

I'oi'lke, Jennie R 1878 

Fredericks, 1). 11. M 1862 

Frilin-, Miss M 1865 

l-rost, W. M 1880 

iMillnua-, C. 1 1880 

iMir^l, A. 1854 

iMirsl, C. C 1853 

(a-iirhnrt, 11. F 1853 

Ccarliart, W. 11 1862 

Cere, Miss 11. A 1852 

Cere, Mis^ S. 1-' 1852 

(iihson, W. S 1877 

( 'loodl.nuler, M is> j . 1'^ ' '^SS 

Coodwill, W. 1^' 1875 

(ir.iN , 1-:. I 1858 

r.reun, Miss li. M 1852 

( "/i\rn, Miss M. A •'^SS 

( ".ri--s, ^Flss F). !•: 1871 

( ".iildm, J 1872 

1 l.din, Mis. F. S 1871 

IFilciiF.dxr, Mi.s S. !•: i8f.2 

1 Fi nil no lid, 1 F S ' •^74 

''"^ 1 Liinmond, W. A 18^.4 

II, inks, IF K i87f. 

1 Finn. F. ( i 1878 

1 Finn, in, Mis. ,\. V. 1 .Sr.S 

I I ,M!'!s, !■'. ( I I '^'^'] ^-^ 

IFn-riN Miss \.V 1^70 

IFirris, i\Fls.^ F. R 1872 



Names. Class. 

Hartman, Miss C 1863 

Hartzell, C. V 1879 

Harvey, J. C... 1880 

Haughawout, Miss S. F 1862 

Haupt, G. \V i860 

Hedges, Miss E. V 1879 

Heilman, R. P 1874 

Heim, C. F .1875 

Heisley, Miss R. N 1852 

Hei)biirn, A. I) 1862 

Flerr, Miss A. M 1861 

Himes, T. H 1865 

Hippie, T. C 1865 

Flitchins, H 1876 

Hollopeter, S. (F M 1865 

Howes, Miss A 1864 

Hutchison, J. (i 1862 

Hyman, Miss J. S 1880 

'flyman. Miss S. R i860 

■'•Ja(d<son, C. d 1858 

lames, J. Harry. /. 1866 

James, \V. M 1878 

Janney, F. R 1874 

John, 1). C 1856 

-■•^Jolin, C. W 1858 

Jones, Miss S. E 1872 

Joyce, l^lijah 1857 

Kalbfuss, Charles 1852 

King, Mi^s Adda I^ 1877 

King, C. E 1876 

Kirk, Miss N. A 1880 

-Kline, l-:. W 1868 

Koch, v.. \ 1880 

Konkle, W. F. 1878 

Kiess, W. C 1859 

-Fandis, J. W 1857 

Famed, IF W 1880 

Faw. IF S 1868 

Fevan. Mis^ M 1864 

Flovd, A. F 1879 

Fong, IF !•: 1868 

Foudcnslager, Miss R. S. . . . 1867 



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Willianishort JJicki/ison Seminary. 



Names. Class. 

tLove, J. K 1877 

-^Lovehmd, R 1876 

Lovell, Miss A. M 1866 

Low, Miss Emma 1857 

Lowe, Miss A. S 1 863 

Lowe, J. W 1877 

Madara, J. W 1873 

Madill, (FA 1858 

Malin, Miss E 1861 

-^Markle, A. M 1871 

Mason, Miss T 1866 

Massey, Miss A. E 1864 

Massey, Miss M. Y. 1873 

May, W. A 1873 

McCullough, Miss M. J 1877 

McDowell, A 1866 

■^McDowell, Miss C 1866 

McDowell, Miss 1 1865 

Melick, (). W 1864 

Melsheimer, J. A 1878 

Mendenhall, H. S 1853 

Metzger, Miss E. Z 1879 

Metzler, O, S 1880 

Miller, J. M 1875 

Miller, Miss JAR i860 

Milcdiell, ^Flss M. J 1865 

Moore, S. Cr 1861 

Mosser, IF II 1877 

MonI, C. Y 1878 

Murray, '\\ H 1867 

Mussina, Miss H 1862 

Mussina, Miss F 1861 

Mussina, Miss M. A 1864 

Nash, Miss F. V\ 1865 

Nash, Miss K.I': 1860 

NelF J. I 1861 

Nicodemus, J. I) 1874 

Norcross, W. H 1865 

()li\er, Miss A. S 1861 

< )lmstea(l, Miss E 1875 

( )lmstea(l, Miss M 1S75 

Cj))), J. A 1870 

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Names. Class. 

I'acker, Miss M 1852 

l^icker. Miss S. W 1852 

Pcarce, Miss A. M 1876 

Eearcc, Miss r)essic 1877 

Eearrc, A 1858 

^-Poisal, R. E 1858 

l\)rter, Miss E. S 1866 

-^-Pott, R. R 1858 

Ransom, Miss K. E 1867 

Reeder, W. E 1875 

Reeder, R. K 1878 

Reighard, Miss S. S 1866 

Rentz, W. E 1874 

Reynolds, S. A 1874 

Rex. J. P> 1878 

Richards, Miss FF 1 1873 

Riddell, E. C 1877 

Riddle, Miss E 

Riddle, Miss AL E 1854 

Robeson, Miss M 1880 

Rue, J. W 1876 

Sadler, W. F 1863 

Sangree, P. H 1865 

Saylor, PvFiss J. S 1862 

Scarborough, (F M 1878 

Schoch, A 1862 

S(h()lield, IC 1 1862 

S(-oville, Miss J. I-: 1863 

Shammo, Miss I'F V\ 1879 

Sliver, W. A 1862 

Smith, IF 1-: 1866 

Smith, N. P. 1872 

SnFith, T. J 1861 

Sonder, Miss R. F 186^ 

Spangler, J. F 1871 

Spottsw ood. Miss A. 1'. 1873 

Spottswood, Miss F. M . . . . 1865 

Steimnit/, J. F 1 8f)8 

Stol/, Miss R. J 1873 

Strine, Miss M. J 1869 

Strohm, W. H 1870 

Strong, Miss IF A 1880 



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IVilliauis/HJrf Dickinso)i Sf/ni/iary. 



Names. 

S\\cni;K\ I ). 1'' 

S\\ ()|)c, I . N 

^1 iK'\ hill, C W 

\inc\hill, (1. I 

^incyhill, Miss M. 10 . . . 

^mcyhill, (). li 

^inc\liill, Miss S. i\ . . . . 

';i\l()r, Miss Ida A 

'a\ lor, J. W 

"homas, Mi>^ Sadie 1 ) . T" 

'lirush. Miss K. A 

nin linsoii. Miss M . 1^ . . . 

'oillKT, /\. (" 

^)\\ nsr nd, \\\ 1*' 

\'ail, Miss R.C 

\ a iidci'slicc, M iss | . \ . . 
\'a niossrii, Ada 



Class. 

879 

868 
858 

^^57 

^77 

«53 

^^75 
863 

879 
880 
8^^ 
866 
869 
863 
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Names. Class. 

Watson, V , A 1864 

Watson, Miss V . \\ 1865 

Way, E. K 1862 

Weigel, I). H 1862 

W\dty, IVliss M. P 1875 

Winegarclncr, Miss S. M. . . . 1870 

Wooden, Miss Dora 1864 

Woodward, J 1867 

Wright, Miss Ida M 1877 

•A'cttcr, Miss AT. 1861 

\'o( inn, K. II 1868 

""'\'o( urn, (1. M , . i860 

N'ocami, J.J i^^^^j 

■A'()(uiin, Miss N . 1852 

N'onni;", J . \\ 1866 

■■^'o^In;^■, \V. / 1877 

Zidcrs, Minnie ''^75 



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Alirc (\idi.iriii(^ ]\d\\ai-ds S Wil lianis|)ort 

<'rrli-iid<- 1 losinta- lloiick S Lock ilaxcn 

M i micsoi.i j'sk'l Ic M iis-^cr- S I ) rift wood 

An.dclla Mill S Lock Il;i\cn 

I-li/.iLidi Siix (Kt ( ' Williainsport 

( "arnc Sii-an Trsi S Cdcarficld 

\'' rni<' Snphia /idt ivs L,. L Williainsport 

John L.. I'.aldw iii S Wa shin- ton, I ). C. 

John li(i-\(\ l',Ms'. iiiin S MirniiuilU' 

Lharlcs 1'im nk lin 1 idlmrr C Montonrsvil Ic 

W il liani I'j ncr\ ( .r. I \ -C Wil lia insj)ort 

Amos Wiiriani 1\ Mid)all Lortland, ( )rc<;()n 

John i low ai'<l Mori ini( 1- S l)an\ illc 

( ■.c()i-;,'c Washington Sir\ ens S 1 Instontow 11 

( >li \ ( r ( ornclnis W'.iri'hniic S Ha no\ rr 

"C hail( s rn)p(tl W.irrcn Shickshiniiy 

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"^Everett, Lottie Williainsport 

(ichret, Ldla Williams|)ort 

Guss, Anna M . , Miniinhung 

McKec, Nina L>. \\ ^ DulJoistown 

Mosser, Annie New Cumberland 

"'■'Riddle, Jennie V lArone 

■^Riddle, Mav V Tyrone 

Rothfuss, Lhoel)e Williainsport 

Stuart, May Williainsport 

'^'Arthur, Amos A Reading;- 

lUirke, Edmund W Marydel, Md. 

lUisey, ( leorge M White Hall, \'a. 

Cuddy, (ieorg^e L Sta])kM-s\ ille, Md. 

'^'Fox, 1 lerman C I'hiladelphia 

1 larris, William V Williainsport 

Hitc^hins, Joe H ' b'rostburi;-, Md. 

"'■'Mason, Allen J l^Vosthnri;, Md. 

"•'■Reed, James II Montoursx ille 

Robeson, William I*' Lew istown 

Ste\-ens, l^mery M Meadow Caj) 

Ste\ enson, William II C hathaiiLs Run 

Tax lor, Rollin S Monleomerx' 



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lirnx , Carrie M I^nst Drccnwich, R. I. 

Curns, Mar\ 1''. Curwcnsxillc 

I )il)l)lr, Martha ) Stamford, Conn. 

1 )il)l)!r, Mary !■". Stamford, C'onn. 

J'.dcr, Martha G Wilhamsport 

'1^\ rntl, lhiiil\ M William sport 

(«l()\rr, l'',innir S Scl in strove 

li\skill, Kate Warrior's Mark 

T.arnrd, ( lar.i 1^ l^^rccland 

Ma* I'arhi nr, Ll//io Jcansx illc 

Milh'i-, J I'll I lie Wilhamsport 

W ariu'i', Sa ! ho Whlliamsj)ort 

Wusthilh Ah( c" \\ Rri.oNo 

lU'crs, Alilton (" lia/lcton 

Chiic, i .dw ar( ! i " Salladashiiru" 

i)c( krr, j. ( harUv^ \\ Alloona 

Prii ! 11 -^--, Morris II I )aii\illc 

1 ""iir-t, John W Littlc^town 

( d,< -, J :Mri('-^ !*" 11 iistoiUouil 

1 1 :;•< hin- >!!, WMdiii- V Jcansxilk' 

Kiii.. .\' 1; h). r! V. William^|)ort 

Lambcrson, Al •. ! imI* i' 1 1 iistontown 

Mami, j . i '. ' h.ii' i Moiitoiirsx illc 

Scclilcr, W/li Mil A ] )a!i\ ilU' 

Slu'rl()(d^:, Chi t cik (■ W , . „ Lew istovv n 

Siiooj I, W id :,M!i i\ W'w ( dimlxa-hi !id 

Siiihh, h \\'ih)i!r I'drmiiiL; 

\\ il -.11, John 1 C di.irlton 

Wil ^Mii, S nnin 1 1 ) Ma|)U'toii 

YcaiTi r. h'--*' ^ * N'ra-ritow 11 

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LADIES. 

Names. ■ — -— Residences. — 

liarker, Stella IC Washington, I). C. 

Buckley, Ella M Selinsgrove 

Crist, Cora W :*' Jersey Shore 

Etnier, Laura A Mount Union 

Cray, I"A a I Half Moon 

Hart/ell, Ada ]\L C Newport 

Hess, lulith C Williamsi)ort 

Horn, .\Liry 1) r,edford 

Keefer, Tdla Wilhamsport 

Leckie, Ida ALiy Jeansx ille 

Long-, Jennie M Wilhamsport 

I\hd)owell, I'hmnie A Wilh,im sport 

ALdxinstrv, Ma^eie I M(d<i!istr\ M ilN, Md. 

Mix, Hattie H hroctorx ille' 

Moore, Carrie A Wii h.iiii^|)ort 

N orris, 1 na 1* Wil liam -|):)!i 

Palmer, May Magnolia, Wis. 

I'earee, Carrie J LauiTh(Hi 

Scott, Lney ( ) Whl 1 i.i m - p< )rt 

Simmon^, I'd'. in* e^ L : Stnchiiin 

Sham mo, Minnie L 1 la hta \ 

Stead, Cdirrie M Wilhia m sport 

Womer, Clandi.i d" ( irrrn\\oi)d Kurn.K e 

CLA rLlCMlCX. 

Allen, William ( i. S liahimnir, M(h 

Congleton, < )>l)oiaie 1 'hi la< K'l phi.i 

I )anielh ( iemgr M St. Nichnhi-^ 

l''anst, ( iiorin' W M a ha nny 

Krred, ]. j^ai^on W iM i.i mspoit 

I'dillmer, V . M Montoursx ilK- 

( ".utiKais, i l.irrx (.' Miltlmhiire 

Hedges, Wdham 11 I ledgesv iMr, W. \ a. 

Hopkins, l^homas C \\ esi 1 )e( at ur 



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Names. Residences. 

Ja( kson, Waller Williamsport 

Johns, William Frostburg, Md. 

Rhoads, William S Houtzdale- 

Slawson, William J Williamsport 

Stackhousc, Wellington A Shickshinny 

StCNcns, John C Stewartstovvn 

Sutliff, D. V> White Haven 

Whitney, Henrv H Wallaceton 

Williaips, James Mc Meriekton, Md. 

Womer, Emanuel S . ....;....... . • Tyrone 



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LAD IKS. 

Names. Residences. 

] )o\ e, Carrie ( ) Jaeksonxille, P'la. 

I-jlkins, la-atrii c- M Williamsport 

lMlkin>, S^I^ie W Williamsport 

( ..iimr, M. Lauretta Williamsport 

( \\\\\ , l.iihi 1 Half Moon 

( ]\\\ ( r, 1 /i//ir Sinnemahoning 

1 Ik 1.^, ( M(»ii;i.i in W Williamsport 

1\ ini;. 1 -il lie I 'D-e\ orton 

1 .11111, lU.mrhe . . . . , WiHiainsj)orl 

MilK 1, M,i\- Madison, Wi>. 

N M el \ , M .mn' 1-'. L<>'\g Ive.ich 

l\nn\;i !i. I'.i ninr j Williamsport 

S.ill.hU', ,\in\ K Williamsport 

Tir \ t it< )ii, M iiinir Tatesv ille 

\ .1 Ik Kr. 1 .1//U' S Williamsport 

\\ ( niiri-, A nil < >K\ (» ( irrenwood l''urn;i( e 

\\n uiM, Lottie Williamsport 

(.1:N ILl-All'-N. 

Alltn, Lh.irlrs Williamsport 

AlKn, \\n\)K \\ I'driniMg Williamsport 

Aur.ind, ( harlcs Williamsport 



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Names. Residences. 

Barber, Walter R Pittsburgh 

Deek, John B Williamsport 

Iknnett, George, Jr Montoursville 

Brown, Barton Columbus, O. 

Crcighton, Edward Bright Phillipsburg 

Drum, Emerson R Conyngham 

Ganoe, Harvey Burton Williamsport 

Gratz, Charles C Orbisonia 

Guyer, Herbert Sinnemahoning 

Hamilton, Alexander W^aynesboro 

James, (korge R ^ )rbisonia 

Kline, Allan J^stevan. . .\ Cowan 

Kreamer, Fred C I><>^^^^ Haven 

Luppert, (ieorge • Williamsport 

MrCloskey, Howard K ^^'''^>^^^ 

Morgan, Alfred F Shenandoah 

Neff, William II WiHiamsj)ort 

Powell, Joseph H Williamstown 

Price, Thomas L Millington, Md. 

Stuart, Edward W^ Williamsport 

Swart/., Truston S New lUilTalo 

Ransom, William E Williamsport 

Readini^S Frank Williamsport 

Roberts, (ieorge l^ittsburgh 

Ritter, Henry Y. Williamsport 

Ryan, Garret E W^illiamsport 

Treverton, Henry Eatesxille 

X'anDyke, Harry Williamsport 

X^i'lkler, l-j-nest J W^illiamsi)ort 

\'(elkler, Max Williamsport 

Wiiarton, Samuel N Conyngham 

Williams, John P) Frostburg, Md. 

Wilson, James \\ Williamsport 

Yoeum, George C Williamsi)ort 



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Cla^^ical ^Department. 



LADIKS. 

Names. Residences. 

RicUllc, Jennie P Tyrone 

Riddle, M;i\- V T\ronc 

Snyder, Lizzie .T7T WiirKunsport 

(;i-:ntli-:mi-:x. 

Artluir, Amos A Keadinu' 

lUn-ke, i:(lnHiiid W Marydel, Md. 

IWisey, Ceoi-r M \\\\\W II all, \'a. 

( 'on- Irton, ( >-l)()rin' ; Philadelphia 

C."udd\-, ( ".eor-e P Stal)lers\ ille, Md. 

pox, 1 lernian i " Philadelpliia 

Pidlnier l harles P Montoursxille 

(^ate-, jame-^, \V Wllliamsporl 

( irav . William I". W'illiainsport 

Pi! i-. \dual)rii A Williamsport 

P^' 1^ ^, PIP. DnPois 

Mt \iinc\ . (. h,:r!< - i ! Alia iilic Pity, N. P 

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PAi)ii:,s. 

^^•'■"^■^- KcsKlr,U(s. 

I 'I '^ . ^ Ol n M I,., 4 ( ,I((M\M, h, K. I 

< '!'" ■• ^I.Nih- !■: ( ■iiiurii A ill, 

• >!l'i»l' . M. Mill, I 1 Si, Mill, ,!-(!, P,,nii. 

1 >il>l'!^ . M.i\ P Maiii|,.|-(1. C.nii, 

I'l^'- M.in,.' (, Willi. MM. jM, I! 

'■•'^^•""•'-. ^'''^^ ^^ ■ Williains|„M-| 






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Names. Residences 

''l*Aca-e(l, I'jnip' M W'illiainsporl 

I'Acretl, PoKie C' Willia insporl 

( iehret, I'd la 1 , William spoil 

( lloxcr, I* a nnie S SelinsL;ro\ e 

(aiss, Anna M MifllinhnrL; 

I lill, Arodella \ViHiainsj)ort 

1 lon( 1<, ( lertrude II Po( 1< I Pucn 

I lyskell, Kate Warrior's Mark 

Parnc^l, Clara I*'. l*^-e(dand 

MarP'arlane, Pizzie pans\ ille 
^P'litlan(l, Anna P M aeon, Cii. 

i\l( Kee, Nina IP W 1 )u P)()ist,)\\ n 

Miller, Jennie M Williamsport 

AP)sser, Annie \\'u Ciiiidxa'la nd 

Musser, Miniu^sota I*'. I )riri\\()()d 

Kothfuss, I 'hoePe Wal lia in^port 

Stuart, May Wil Iia in .poil 

Test, ("arrie S , ( dearlirld 

Westlall, Alice W K( now. 

Ziders, Waaiie S Willia in^porl 

(H<:x'rpi:Mi:\. 

lialdwin, James W Washinelon, P). P. 

lieers, Milton C' 1 l.i/Kioii 

P,eiL;he, Talwin Main li ( lemk 

l)0\\ man, John II M ilili i!\ i i i,- 

C line, h'.dward W Sail !d,;-l)iir''^ 

1 )e( ker, P Charles P, A ln», id.l 

I )reiruss, I 1 . Moia'is |),!ii\ ii ic 

l'"oi-n'sl, John W Pill k -!n\\ n 

I'^redrricdx, I )a\ id S M ildi ni )iii-e; 

( d ass. James 1*' I 1 ii^toiilow n 

I I arris, William P \\ 1 1 Ii.i nisp, »i ; 

llattirld, IPaijamin K Alexandria 

I lil< hins, Joe 11 Pi'osll )iir;j,, Md. 

1 I iil( hinson, W ilPur 1'' lea ns\ ille 

Johns, William lA-osiPur- , Md. 

KimPall, Amos W Poll la nd. ( )re" on 

I ,and)ca'son, A lexa ndta' I 1 uslont, )\\ n 

Mann, lames 1' Mon1oiii-s\ ill,> 

Mas'.n, Allen J I'd-oslPurL;, Md. 

Maxwell, ( ieor-e S Williamsport 

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Names. Residences. 

MortiiiKT, Jolin II Danville 

Keed, James II IMontoursx ille 

Rlioads, Spencer H Houtzclalc 

Serliler, William A Danv illc 

Shoop, William R New Cumberland 

Smith, J. Wilbur Fleming 

Ste\ ens, Emory M Meadow (tap 

Ste\ ens, (ieorge W Hustontown 

Stexenson, W^illiam II Chatham's Run 

Stull, Arthur I Audenried 

Warehime, (). C llanoxer 

Warren, Charles I^^ Jeansville 

Willianison, liradle) I ) Renox'o 

Wilson, John I Charlton 

Wilson, Samuel 1 ) Mapleton 

Wirts, Alfred I) Mill Hall 

^ eai;c'r, Jesse ( ) \'eagertown 



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lai)1j:s. 

^^^'"t'^• Residences. 

n.irkrr, Sull,i V. W'.ishinoton, I). C. 

l>ii< kK\ , I'll.i M Selins^roxe 

^"I'^l, C(.r.i li Jersey Shore 

1 ^"^ *•- < .tni^' < > .Jack son \illc, V\\\. 

i:(lkiii^, r.c. ih-K r M Williamsj)ort 

l.dkiiis. Sus.m !'. Williamsport 

l-'nicr. Liim-.i A Mount Union 

< "'•iiioi'. M.if\ 1 Williamsport 

< ''■■•V. 1'n.i I Ilnlf Moon 

^'''•>\. I.nlu I Half Moon 

( .ii\ cr, Li//i(' Sinnem.'dionim'- 

I Lirl/cH, .\(ki M. C Ne\v|)ort 

' hss. j.diih C Williiimsport 

1 li< 1^-. < '-cop'i.in.i Williamsport 

lloni. M.ir\ 1) IJedford ■ 




Names. Residences. 

Keefer, kdla Willi. nnsi)orl 

•<inK, Millie 1 Trexorton 

Leekie, Ida M Jennsville 

Linn, lilanche , W^illiamsport 

Lono-, Jennie M Williamsport 

MeDowell, Fannie A Willi.imsport 

MeKinstry, Ma-gie I M(d\instry\s Mills, Md. 

Mill^^r, M:^ Madison, Wis. 

Mix, ll.utie H. ^ 

Moore, C\trrie A. . . . 

Ni( ely, Maine \\ 

^''•"'"'S Ina 1' Williainsi)ort 

l'<''"''^i'. M;iy Maenolia, Wis. 

1'^^'^'"^'^'. Carrie J l.aurelton 

'*^''"'<'^'. Crace Ihmtin-don 

Kiin> an, l'\imiie J Williamsport 

Saila(U\ Amy T Williamsport 

^<""t'. J^i'^> ( ^ Wiliiamsp,,]-! 

Sham mo, Minnie \\ llalilax 

Simmons, J. [''raiKe.-. F . Stockton 



. . I rocior\ II le 
Williannsport 
. 1 .on-'- l\i.'aa~h 



Wil li;, msport 



Stead, ("a rrio M 

'IVcvci Ion, MiDiiir I ,!U's\ iiie 

X^rlkUa-, i.i//ic S W iiliam>po)-t 

^\'<"''^^''. '^^-ili'' W illuiiispoi-i 

'^\'*'"'*'''. Claudia T ( a'cuaiw o- m 1 Kiirnara^ 

^''* •"'"'•■. -C Ulc\ o ( a-c; n\NO()d kiirn:i.-r 

^'•"■n'i^ \^A\^^ , ■ WHliaMisp,,!-! 

(d'-NriJAi i:x. 

Ali^'ii. Cliark -; Wiiliam-qv^rf 

■\^'''i'. !■''»!><■'■! I'drininy W iik,:-!! -ju.ri 

-'^"^■"' WiMiain C. S Fa!niiiM,r. W-A, 

^^^"'■'"'1. Charlrs._ { )u I ;> ,lM(.^v n 

•'■'•"''^■f, W.dter K ■; Mlr^di^aix {"iw 



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'''■"^^ ". Ikiilon ('(ihiin!)-]., ( ). 

'- 'i'ri;;!);(»ii, ! jlw .!i-J Kri-ht 

I )ana 11, ( :-,>i-r M • 

'^'■""■' I'-ni-r-un U (■,,,., n,,h,Mn 

"•"■"!'^'. Cr..i-c W ^ Mahannx Tiiv 

''"'^'^■^'' J- I'^'ii^'»ii Will. ,!n^p,,,-i 

^'"""'^'^ J'o^tri- M MoiitoaiMilk- 



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Names. Residences. 

(ianoc, ll;ir\ry lUirton WiirKiinsport 

(hmI/., ClKirlrs C" Orbisonia 

Cmilciis, Jlarry C Miminl)iir^- 

(aiycr, Ilcrl)ert SinnenKihoning 

llaniilton, Alexander Waynesboro 

Hedges, William M Hedgesville, W. Va. 

Hopkins, Thomas C West Deralur 

Jackson, WalUa" l)ur)()isto\vn 

James, ( 'reorge K Orbisonia 

Kline, .Mian 1-: Cowan 

Kreamer, Kredrriek C Kock llaxen 

Lui)pert, ( '.eorge Roeklown 

Mel loskey, Howard l". Oriole 

Morgan, Alfred V Shenandoah 

Netf, W'dliam 11 Williamsporl 

Powell, Joseph 11 Williamstown 

knee, Tk.omas 1 Millinglon, Md. 

Kansom, William I". Williamsporl 

Reading, Frank Newberrx' 

Khoails. William S 1 loul/.dale 

Ritter, 1 hnr\ l". Williainsport 

Rol)erts, ( K'orge Riltsbnrgh 

R\ an, ( kirrel T Williams|)()rt 

Skiu -.oil, Wilkiam ^J Williamsporl 

Si.irkh()!i-.t-, Wrirmeton A Shiekshinn\ 

Sle\ rii ., lohn ( Slewartstown 

SMiait, i-.du ,i!-(l W Williamsporl 

^inli!!, P. \\ Wiiile I la \ en 

^'A ,ire , IVuMMn ^ New lUitlalo 

Tr, \ . riMii, 1 ! iii \- .'l"atc^s\ il If 

\ .1 n 1 )\ k. , I 1,11 i\' ■ Williamsporl 

V(rl K V r. 1 .nir ' I Williamsport 

\ ,1 Ikkr, Max Wilham sport 

W 1 1,1 It on, Sam ml N ('on\ ngham 

\\ iiiliH \ , 1 kill V 11 Walkieeton 

\\ il,k 1 kiK 1 Shenandoah 

\\ klk,ini , k'!m k. l*h-osibnrg, Md. 

\\ ;1 ii,Mii , l.iirn - M'~ Meri( kton, Md. 

\\ li ,..!i, kimr . !•; Williamsport 

\\ OiiK 1, laiiamhM S '!"> roue 

Y( )( iim, rkM-.r'.M- C Williamsport 



Williaiiisf^oii nickinsoii SciiiiiuDy. 



Names. Residences. 

Allen, Wk (k S Ikiltimore, Md. 

Aurand, Ck K Williamsport 

lieighe, lulwin Abuieh Chunk 

Faust, Oeoi'ge W Abihanoy 

(iray, WiUiam I': Williamsport 

( iralz, C. C < )rl)isonia 

(hiteknis, 11. C Miminburg 

llattield, Ikmjankm R Alexandria 

Horn, IC R Ik'dford 

Ja(d<son, W^ Williamsport 

Kline, A. W Cowan 

Fupperl, (leorge Williamsporl 

Rhoads, Spencer 11 I loul/.dale 

Rhoads, Wk S llout/.dale 

Ritter. W. 11 Williamsporl 

Shaw, A. R Shenando<di 

\\kirren, C. T Shickshinny 

Whitney, 11. H Wallacetr)n 

Wilde, k: Shenandoah 

W^illiams, J. R> k'rostburg, Md. 

Williams, J. Me Merickton, M(k 

Williamson, l)r<nlley I) Reno\o 

Wilson, |. !■: Williamsport 



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f\[)h:s. 

Nanus. KLSidcnct-s. 

Andrns, (d.ira. , . . .- \\ il lia msporl 

Ikislian, Lottie \\ Montoursx illr 

Black, Carrie W1l1iamspf)rt 



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Ciirns, Mam 
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Names, i_, . , 

Kesidences. 

Malk-((, Trrvclto \Villiams|)(,rl 

Olmstc.l, r;imcr Williainsport 

vSpccial Students 

Names. ,, 

Kcsidcnccs. 

'''"''^' "•"■'> I' Williainsporl 

'"•'^■'^■>' -I- " Duliois 

Maxucll, (.cop.v S Williains|„„t 

M( Aniuv, rhaiK s II Atlantic City, X. j. 

1 '.H"kc'r, 1 11 lid AX7-n- 

' -' Willi.'unsj)f)rt 

Slate, ( i\'(\-. . . A\Mi- . 

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SIJMMAHY. 

SMmU'I!!.-, Ill Cl.ls^K .li Coiirsi' 

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MikU'mK id S( iriiliric ( 'oiirsc ^ 

63 

MiKKiils m .\( .idrinic Course 

97 

Mudrnts in Coin iiiun i.il Course 

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Mi'sic i)i:i'.\!<'i\Mi:.\r. 

ShKlcnts in I n^(riiiiu-nl,i ! Music ^ 

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Prizes -^A^ardcd in 1880. 



T/tr J^resiJeuf s J'/'izr for excel loicr in icri/in^^- and i/e/iirj-ij/i:^ an 
Oration : 



Miss Adkllk Hakk, ) J*'M^'<ii- ^ 



WMliamsport 
Dird-in-l land 



TJie luicui/y J^rizc for exceilencc in Dcc/aniafion : 

Miss StKLLA liAKKKK, . . - . Waslii n-' toil, I). C. 

7iie Mrs. A. /. (h'ay J^rize for exceiicnce in Reaiiifo^: 

Miss LizziK S.\vi)i:r, --.._. Wdlliamsport 

Tlie Professor VieiJ.-ier Prize — fJie J^irs/ Prize fiO' exceilenee in 
Insfi nnienfai Music : 



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TJie J>reJini C^' C\). Piizes— flic Secc^no and diiirii Prizes f(0- 
excei/ence in Inslrninenfai Music : 



Miss Anna 'rirrs— ScMond, 
Miss MrNNir: Mrssi:K Third, 



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COURSH l.\ SCIH.NCI' AM) LlTF.RATllKl-:. 

I'l^oii comiilctiii.i; the following Course llie Student will be entitled to the Degree of H.-ich- 
elor of Science. Those not wishing to take the whole Course can pursue such studies as they 
desire, subject to the action of the Faculty. 

sophomorp: year. 



Fall Term. 



History (Swinton's Outlines). 
Civil Oovcrnmcnt (Young). 
Algebra (Robinson's Elements). 

Latin — First Lessons — ( Leighton). 

French. 

(lerinan. 



Elective. 



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History (Swinton's (Outlines). 

Rhetoric^ ((juackenl^os). 

Algebra (Robinson's Li"ii\ ersit\). 

Latin- (iraniinar and ReatLM* (Al- 

l^Vench. | kai c\: (Ireenough). [- PJectue, 

(/ernian. j 

Rhetori(~ (Ouackenbos). 
Algebra (Robinson's Lni\-ersit\-.) 
( '/eometry ( W'entworth). 

Latin S\nla.\ and Reader.] 



P'rench. 
( leriiian. 



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ILMOR \'1:AK. 



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' I'. iiglish Litca.it II re (Shaw). 
I 'In si()l()i;\ ( 1 1 iitchisoii ). 
( iroinctrx' ( Wcaitworth ). 
-] Natm-al Philosoplu ( I *r( 1<'^ ( la nf)t ). 
I .aim C As.ir Sy ntax ( A lien ^K; ) 

I Lrrecnoiigh). J- I'deetixc 



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Menial I 'hil()s()j)h\' (Wan la nd ). 



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la idiax es of Christianity (Taley). 
M(ait.il 1 'hil()-^(>])h\ (\\.i\land). 
I )()tan\ (( rra\ ). 
Siirx e\ mg ( M nrra\ ). -f" 

Latin \'irgd (( has.-), j 

I'h-eiK h. .- Lleetn e. 

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Wlnter Term. 



Si'RiNc; Term 



SENIOR Yr:AR. 

Moral Science (Wayland). 

(jeology (Dana). 
] Political Economy (Wayland— Chapin). 
[ Analytical Geometry (Olney). 

f Logic (Coppcc). 

I Chemistry — with Lectures — (Eliot l^ Storer) 

] Astronomy (Ray). 

[ Calculus (Olney). 

f Butler s Analogy (Emory cK: Crooks). 

I Chemistry — with Lectures— (Eliot c\: Storer), 

I English, Last and Present (Trench). 

[ Calculus (Olney). 



CLASSICAL COCRSL: 



l'])()ii coniiilctini; the (ollou ni.:^ ("oursc the Studcnl w ili Lc entitled to the Dcutcc of 
r.aclielor of Ails. Those not v\ ishin^ to (oiiijilele the e"(;inse (.an ijur.stie such studies as 
they desire, subject to the action ol the Faculty. 

SOPIIOMORI-: Yh:AR. 



V \\A. Ti:i<.\K 



Histor\' (Swinton's ( )iitlines). 

Civil (io\ eminent (N'oiing). 

Algebra (Robinson's hdemenls). 

Latin Ca-sar. 

(ircad< I'^irst Lessons (White); Cirannnar 



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I Ilistorx (Swinton's ( )ntlines). 

I Rhetoric ( ( hiac l<enbos). 

' Ah'ebra ( Robinson's L ni\ersit\ ). 

I Latin X'irgil (Chase). 

[(h'eek I'^irst Lessons (White); (i|-aniinar (Ciood- 

I Rhetoric ( < hia( l<enl)os ). 
I \leebra ( Robinson's L ni\ersit\ ). 
'' ( ">i (tnu tiA ( WA-ntw orth ). 
I Latin \ii'i;il (Chase). 
( ir'v'ek Anabasis. 



Fall Ti:i<m. 



JLNIOR ^■I•:AR. 

j I'jiglish Liter. iture ( Sh.iu ). 

j Natural Philosophy ( Pec k's C,a 

I Ph\ siology ( I lut( hison ). 

j ( ieonu-trx ( W'entworth ). 

I Latin X'li'gd (Chase). 

[^ Creek- - An«il)asis. 



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Mental Philosopliy (Wayland). 

Natural riiilosopln ( 1 Vck's (ianot), 

Trij^ononictry (Wheeler). 
j Latin — Cicero — Orations. 
[ (ircek — Homer — Iliad. 

Evidences of Christianity (Paley). 
Mental Philoso|)hy (Wayland). . 
Surveying- (Murray). 
Latin- Cicero-Orations. 
Creek — Homer. 

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Moral S( ience ( \\'a\ hmd ). 

r(»liti( al Lconoiii\ (\\'a.\ land Ch.ipin). 

( rColoL^y ( Dana). 

Anal\tic.d (leonirtry (()lne\). 

Latin Mor.icc. 

Creek- Xenophon Mernorahilia. 

Loi;ir (Coj^|)ee). 

CdKMni>tr\ - with Le( tures (Idiot tS: Storer), 

Astronomy ( Kay ). 

Cahulus (( )lne\ ). 

Latin Li\ \ . 

Creek- Tlato A}M)lot;y and Crito. 

l>iitler's Analoi;) ( l-anory \: (/rooks). 

( heinistr\, willi LerUircs (j-jiot cv Storer). 

K "al( uhi^ (< )lne\ ). 

Latin Taiitus (irrm.inia .ind Ai;ricola. 

( «reek 1 )eni()sthenes <)tali<)ns. 



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TliD^c cuiiiiilclin^ It \s ili ic«_ci\<; .1 Dii'loiiM. 

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I Latin I'drst le^-fu,- i Leighton). 

I Arithmetic ( Rohiir^nn ;. C(jmplete). 

I ( iammar ( 1 i ar\ r\ ). 

[ Amerir.iii llistdiA (Lnssiiv^). 

I Latin (/lammar and Reader- (Allen ^: (/reen- 

i ArithmetK i Robinson's Lompletej. [f>i'K^^) 

I ( /i.nnmar ( 1 lar\ey ). 

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( Latin — Syntax and Cusar- (Allen i!v (ireenough), 

J I^nghsh y\nalvsis. 

I Arithmetic Com|)leted. 

[ Algebra (Robinson's I^lements). 



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Latin — Caesar. [winL 

( ireek- First Lessons — (White) ; Grammar (Cood- 
Algebra (Robinson's Ldements). 
History (Swinton's Outlines). 

Latin- V^irgil (Chase). |\vin). 

(ireek- First Le.-^sons (W hite); Crammar, (( ioo(L 
Ceometry ( Wentworth). 
History (Swinton's Outlines). 
Rlietoric (Ouackenl)os). 

Latin- Virgil (Chase). 
( ireek Anal)asis. 
( ii'ometry ( W^entworth). 
Rlietoric (( )ua(d<enbos). 

SILNTOR vkar. 

Latin Virgil- (Chase). 

(ireek An<d3asis. 

Natural Philosophy ( Peck's ( ianot). 

(ieometry (Wentworth). 

Rhysiolog)' (Hutchison)- 0{)tional. 

Latin- Cicero- Orations. 

(ireek- Homer- Iliad. 

Natural Philosoph\- ( Peek's (ianot). 

Mental Pliiloso[)hy (Wa\ land]. 

Latin Cicero ( )rations. 
(ireek- 1 lomer- Iliad. 
Mental Philosoph) (Wa\l and). 
liotany ( ( ir.iy ). 



MoDi'kx L\\(;r\(ii;s. 

( ( irammar ( Schinil/.). 
AhMs S\ nopsis. 
ReackT '(( )tto). 



C.i:rma\ CoiRsi:. 



I Wilhelm 'i\-ll (Sclidler). 

j Jungfrau xon (Orleans (Sehiller) 

lj)higenie aul Tauris ((icethej. 

Faust (( i(ethe). 

I )icti()nary (Adier). 



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T) lie k i Hij li ;u n ' s luii-c nc s . 
Rc;ulcr ( Ahn). 
Pa 111 ct Vir^i;inia (St. Pierre). 
Classic Reader (l)e Kixas). 
Corinne (Miidaine de Stael). 
L'Alleniagne (Madame de Stael), 
Les Miseral)les (X^ietor Hugo). 
Dictionary (Surenne). 

rirriox S3. 50 each, j)er term of twehe weeks. 



The aim in this department will be to ^i\e a thorough Musical 
I'Mucation, both in tlie teclmi(|ue and the aesthetics of the art, and to 
this end only stiVuhird text books and studies will l)e used. 

The (iradualinij C(An'se com|)rises selections from the followinu" 
studies, and is intended to occuj)\- about three \ears. Students (^om- 
})leling the Course, in( ludin^;- Thorough Pass, will receive a Diploma. 
Pieces adapted to the attainments of the pupil aregi\en froni the first. 

FIRST VKAR. 

Rl( hardson's New Method ; New luigland Conserxatorv Method ; 
Du\ernoy's Studies in Mechanism; llerz's Studies, iiook I and 2; 
Krause's Studies, op. 2 and 4; Poes(-hh(en's, oj). 66; PlaicK's Tech- 
nical Studies ; liertini's, op. 29 and 32 ; Mason's System of Accents; 
( /crn\^ School ol Xelocitx, Pook i and 2 ; C/.erne\'s 100 Proeressixc 
Studies, op. I 39. 

ShX'oND \h:AR. 

C/.criiN "s Studii'> (»n the Art ol I)c\eloping the I'ingers, oi). 740, 
P)()(»k I A\v\ i\ ("/crn\'s School (){ \'elo(it\, P)Ook ^; Iler//s Studies, 
Pxx'k ;^, 4 .ind 3; Mos( hclcs, op. 7:;; Kohler's Special Studies, liook 
and Iwci'i isr> ; l\ohlci''s Chissical School, from No. i to 6 ; .\Pn-er's 
Siinhr^, op. 01, P)ook I and 2; ("Icment's Preludes and k'xercises ; 
ileUer's Studies, op. 4^, P)Ook I and 2. 

THIRD VTAR. 

C/rrii\'^, op. 740, P)()ok 3, .|, 5 and 6 ; Moschcles' Studies, op. 70; 
( ' hanr Ml' . Slu(hcs ; ( iradus a nd Parna^sun ; Ci'a me r's Studies ; Pis/.t's 
Studies; Thalbrr;,; Slu(hc-; Schu ma n"s St udies, oj). i :^. 

\()C"AP TRAlNINCr. 

l'"ii.:^r \i:ak. Stud) of the Register^, the Major Scale, Solfe^-^d 
( Ikissiiii, Pabl.K he, Concoru^ or ecpTu alent) ; some son<'s. 



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Skconi) YKAK.-^-Chromati(^ Scale, Minor Scale, Swelled Notes, 
Ornaments (Bassini, Concone or equivalent); some songs (Abt, 
Kuecken, (;und)ert, I'roch, Millard, etc.) 

Third Ykar.— Solfeggi (Bordogni, Concone, etc.), Recitation, 
Oratorio and ()j)cratic Music. 

THEORY OF MUSIC. 

First Yica r.- Rudiments of 'Phorough liass. 

Skcoxi) Ykar.- A. N. Johnson's Harmony. 

'PiiiRD Year.-- A. N. Johnson's Harmony and History of Music. 

Students not wishing to take the Graduating I^iano Course, may 
take a Course on the Reed Organ, selected by the teacher, and will 
be likewise granted a Diploma, if thev acciuire al)ilitv in reading-- 
ordinary church music at sight, and in a manner sufficiently clear for 
l)ur])oses of accompaniment. 

Students of the (Graduating Piano and Organ Courses are recpiired 
to join the ( General Sini-inu- Class. 



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A full Course of X'iolin Playing has also been |)repared for the 
beneht of those who are seeking su})erior attainments in this de- 
partment. 

All Music Scholars ha\e \'ocal Culture /r.r of charjrr^ but classes 
will only be formed when four or more desire to enter them. 

TIT'PION. PicKM, 12 \Vf:i:Ks. 



Instrumental Music, Piano or Kni^^d Organ, 

Cse of instrument (two periods each day), 

Pipe ( )rgan, ----_. 

Use of Instrument (one hour each d.iv). 

Theory of Music, in (lasses of four or jnore ( 

'Pheory of Musi( , to single pupils, 

\'ocal Culture, in (lasses, 

\'o(^il Culture, to single puj)ils, 

Vocal Music, in classes of ten or more, 

X'iolin Musi( , in (lasses of four (each), 

\'iolin Music, to single puj)ils, 

Yifdin Music, in (lasses of two (each), 

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NORMAL MUSIC COUKSIL 

The irrowini'- love of Music h:is lan-cly increased the demnnd for 
(onipetent music teachers. To meet tliis demand this Course is 
estabhshecl. We present it with entire confidence to those who desire 
to l)ecome skilled in their profession, but who have not had oppor- 
tunity for Norn^al training. 

The Institution is amply su])i)lied with first-class instruments, com- 
])rising (^rand, U])right and Scpuire Pianos, with convenient access to 
a large and su])eri()r Pipe Organ. 

The Course will extend through one year, upon com])leting whicdi 
tlie Student will be entitled to a l)ii)l()ma, with the Degree of I'.acdie- 
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 ecpiixalents. 

Amon<j the si)ecial ach antages offered may be mentioned : 
(i) Careful- instruction by a thoroughly educated Cerman Professor 
of acknowledged ability and wide experience; (2) Daily opportunity 
to hear how the different branches of Music are taught; (3) Practical 
work in teaching under the personal direction of a su{)erior instructor ; 
(4) Pare facilities for cultivating a correct taste in Music, in c^oncerts 
gi\en from time to time, and in weekly j)ublic entertainments, partly 
musical, in the Seminary Chapel; (5) Connection with a long estab- 
lished and widely known Literary I nstitution, which will cheerfulh' 
aid in securing for its pupils positions as teacdiers. 

Six lessons will l)e given each week, namely: Two in teacdiing 
the l\UMnents of Music, two in lea(-hing the Theory of Music, and 
two private lessons on the Piano or Crand Pi})e ()rgan, as pre ferret 1. 

TriTifi)N. Tkrm, 12 Wi:eks. 



Se\(Mi1\- two Pcssnns, ------ 

I'sr of Pi. mo for j)r;i( Tk c (two periods eat h d;iy), 
Csc- of Pipe ()ri;:in lor pr.K ti( e (oiu- hour each day), 



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aURSt; l\ ART. 

This (Icp.utnicnt is iuuKm" llu^ direction of a lady of rare ahilit)' 
;in(l wide ( iiitiire. ll.uiiig added to the usual art curritailum in a 
Scininarx the n-giilar (ourse at a S( hool of Design, she is thoroughly 
(|ualilic(l to meet the most rigid demand lor instruction in both the 
nsefa! and ornamental branches of the department. 



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The Course in Drawing comprises Linear, Perspe;ctive, Object and 
Model Drawing. Due attention is given to the brancdies of India 
Ink, Water Colors, I'astel and Crayoning — Portrait Crayoning being 
a specialty. The Course in Oil embraces Landscape and Portrait 
Painting. 

Students desiring a full Course in this department will, upon satis- 
factory advancement in all its branches, be entitled to a Diploma. 

TUITION.—Term, 12 Weeks, 30 Lessons. 



Monochromatic and Pastel Painting (each), 
Painting in Water Colors, 
Painting in Oil, ---__. 
Portrait Painting, - _ - _ - 

Pencil Drawing, - - _ _ . 

Portrait Crayoning, - - - _ 

Crayon Drawing;, - - _ _ _ 

Photograph Painting, - ^ _ . 

China Decorating, - - - - _ 



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F.LOCIITIOX. 

Llo( iition is ie(ogiii/.ed as a most impoHaiU braiK h of education. 
This department is iiiulei- the supervision of a thoroughly (jualitied 
and experiemc'd teacher, and will iiu hide a careful vocal drill, and 
l)ractice in the entire range of expression. It will also embody siu h 
a \ ariet\' of Recitation and Readings as ma\ serve to exemplifv the 
(pialilies and modulations of the voice, and will (over gesture and 
a( tion. 



(OMMliRCIAI. |)i;rAKT\li;.\T. 

'Ihi^ ( ourse is designed to give a thorough knoujed'^e ol the 
priiuiples of business transactions. It ma\ be pursued alone or in 
(onnec-lion with other studic^s, thus a( (ommodat ing those seekiivj .1 
literarv, as well as those seekin- only a business educ.ilion. The 
time recjuired to tinish it will (le[)end upon the proficiency of ihe 
pupil in the Paiglish branches, .md the diligence with which he 
works. Individual instruction is given, and the Student can advance- 
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BOOK-KKKPING. 

This subicct, as an indispensable condition of all successful business 
life, will receive careful attention. The Student will begin with the 
simplest elements, and will be conducted through thorough and com- 
prehensive sets, embodying the principles and practices of Single 
Proprietor, Partnerships, Commission, Jobbing and Importing lUisi- 
ness. Changing from Single to Double Entry, Farm Accounts with 
six-column Journal, &c. 

The sets to be written up are specially adapted to a preparation for 
actual business life, some of them being taken from the largest firms 
of New ^'ork c^ity. 

PENMANSHIP. 

Careful instruction will be afforded in both Plain and Ornamental 
Penmanship. The importance to a business man of a neat, legible, 
rajnd handwriting cannot be overestimated. Opportunity will be 
given, to such as desire, to become accomplished in Pen Lettering, 
Pen Drawing and Flourishing. 

CORRESPONDENCE. 

Under this head will l)e included not only Letter Writing, but 
Business Papers of xarious forms, embracing all Negotiable Pai)ers, 
such as Notes, Drafts, Checks, Receipts, c\:c. 

COMMERCIAL LAW AND LOLITICAL ECONOMY. 

lU'sides the regular class instruction in these ])ranches, Lectm'es 
will be «'i\en from time to time by the cdjlest Lawyers in the cit)', 
and by the Lresident. 

COMMERCIAL ARriHME'riC. 

LariK lil.ir altrntinn will br gixru to thr Principles ol Interest, I )is- 
( oiial, Slocks, Laitncrship Settlements, C'om mission, Taxes, Insurance, 
i:(|iiati(»n of ravincnts, l^xchange, ^.^c. 

CRADCATION AND DIPLOMA. 

In addition to the al)o\c studies, the (iraduating Course includes 
laieli>h (■.r.nnm.ir and Political C/eograj)hy. l)ij)lomas will 1)e 
.,\vaivied to all persons passing the re([uired ex.iminations. 



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ADVANTAGES. 

Students in this department will have all the oi)portunities for 
general culture afforded to Students in other departments, assured by 
weU-conducted Literary Societies, Reading Rooms, large Libraries, 
association with experienced teachers, and the rcfming inlluences of a 
Christian home. 

TUITION. 

Book-Keeping and Business Course (time unlimited), 
Book-Kceping alone (term of three months), - 
Practical Penmanship, 
Ornamental " 

Board, Room, Washing, cKic, same as in other departments. 

TIME FOR ENTERING. 

Students may enter this department at any time in the Academic^ 
year, a fair knowledge of the I-mglish branches being the only 
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A Normal Class will l^c organized during tlic Fall and S[)rin 
Terms for those who desire to teach. The Course will comprehend 
special instruction and drill in the-l)ran(^hes taught in Public Schools, 
])ractical work in teaching under the direction of members of the 
Facult}', and Lectures on the Theory of Teaching by tlie President. 
No extra change 7uill be made. 

We will not be ready to recei\e Students before the hrst day of 
the term. ( )n the second (la\- (dasses are formed, a term scdiedule 
tor recitations adopti'd, and K'ssons assigned. 

Students from other schools ma\' enter an\' (dass on passing a 
satisfactor\ examination in the pre\ious studies of the course', or their 
e(|ui\alents. The examination may be wai\ed if the Facult}' are 
otherwise assured that it is unnecessar\-. 

The language "elected" in the Coin'se in Science and Literature 
will be rrtainetl throughout the reipiired two \ ears. 

'I1ic ladii's arc adlowed to substitute a Course in Music, Orawin'j 
aiul baintniL', Cerman or French, lor the (h'eek Lani-uaLie and for 
Auabtical ( ".cometr\' and C"al(uhis. 

UrthoLM'a ph\ . i'*t\ iiiol< );j \ , fUa ii iig, ('oni position and I )eclama.ti(m 

ihi'f )Uidi( )iit ,1 1 ! llu' C( )ui'-.' s. 

The (lasses in I Vi'jononirtr\ and Sui'\c\iii'' ai'c eixcui such field 

(liill .!:> Will tamili.iri/c lluin willi practical sur\i'\ing. 

In llic department^' ol Aim icnt and Modern Languages the (dasses 
arc [)i.i(ri(cd 111 oral and written c\ei'(ises throughout the Course. 

I.citurc^ will be ej\en Irom tune to time in the \arious depart- 
ments. 

A LiblK.il (In-, will ,iLo be lormed lor the benefit of su( h as 
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WILLIAMSPORT DICKINSON SEMINARY 

Is an institution of high grade, with ainj)le facilities forgiving young 
ladies and gentlemen a superior education, it is organized u[)on the 
plans which have been ap|)r()ved by long experience, and adopted 
by the best schor)ls in this country, end)racing all modern a})pliances 
in means and methods (T instruc^tion. It was founded in 1848, and is 
regularly chartered by the Legislature of the State of IVnnsyl vania, 
and authorized U) confer degrees upon those who c-omj)lete the pre- 
scribed Courses of Stud v. 

The Seminary is under the i)atronage of the Central Pennsvlvania 
Conference, being owned and practi(\illy managed by the Preacliers' 
Aid Society. As this in\ estment was rather to promote the im|)ortant 
work of Higher Christian l^ducation than to make money, the |)ara- 
mount ])urpose is to (-ombine thorough instruction and careful moral 
training with the c^omforts of a good home, at the lowest i)ossible r.ites. 

LOCATION. 

Williams|)ort is one of the most beautiful and healthy j)laces in 
die State. It has never been subject to epidcanics of an\- kind. 
Many (oming to the school in poor health ha\e returned fully 
restored. The city is situated on the West Lranch of the Sus(|uhanna 
Ri\-er, has a population of twenty thousand, is widely known for its 
intelligence, its enterprise, the taste displayed in the character of it^ 
public buildings and pri\ ate residences, and the moral appliances 
with wliicdi it is furnished. In small towns and \ illag(\s the fac ilitie 
for culture— intelle(iual as well as astheti(- and moraL- are generally 
lindted, rarely reac hing beyond the institution itself, and hen(\" student 
life must become monotonous, Lu king the ins{)iration which a lap-er 
j)Iace with wider oj)portunities affords. d\venty-se\c'n churches, an 
active temperance orgaru/ation, and a branch of the ^'oun<'- Men's 
Christian Asscxiation, endjracing many of the most earnest Idiristians 
in the community, with a large library free to all, and ac(xcssible at 



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all times, indicate sonic of llic rcli^^ious intlucnc^cs l)n)ug]it to hear 
uj)on the yonni; in Willianisport. 

BUILDINGS. 

• The 1)uil(lings occupy an cniincnce overlooking tlic city, and arc 
surrounded bv ])eautiful shade trees, while the grounds contain five 
acres, affording ample room for exercise and play. They arc brick, 
heated by furnaces in the cellar, and supplied throughout with pure 
mountain water. 

Jk)th departments are furnished with bath-rooms and all modern 
ap|)liances for (^omfort, and in the entire arrangement of the buildings 
great (^are has been taken for the convenience and health of the 
occu])ants. 

The ladies' apartments are entirely separate from the others, and 
tJier'c is no association of the sexes but in tJie presence of their instructors. 
The ha})j)y intluence, niutna//y exerted, in their slight association in 
the recitation room, at the table, and in the ]:)ublic exercises of the 
(diapel, is to be seen in the culti\ation of a cheerful and animated 
disposition, in the formation of good habits and manners, in ardent 
dexotion to study, and in the attainment of high moral character. 
These, with many other \ aluable results, ha\e established the fact 
that the ])est plan for a school is, ac( ording to the e\ident design of 
I'rox ideiice in the constitution of societx', on the basis of a well- 
regulated christian family, 77ie inenibcrs of tJic luiculty /ire in the 
l>i/i/ifin_i;\ eat at t/ic s<rn/e tables, and /lai'c cojista/it oiursii^ht of ail the 
St 11 doits. 

PI I ] \SICAn HEAL 77 L 

l\c( ()L;iii/iiig the importance of pln^ical culture, amj)le ])ro\ision 
i^^ inadc for ;i ppr()|)i-iate athletic sports, as well as for s\stematic 
ph\ -ic.d (ie\ elopiiu'Ut. A military compaiu is organized, with daih' 
drill during recreation hours, lor tlu' gentkanen who desire to joiti it. 

Suitable exca-cise is provided for \\\v ladies in calistheni(^s and 
lii^ht i;\ in nasties, under the direction of a competent t^'aclua'. The 
i;entK'iiieii not belongini; to the mi1itar\ compain and all the xoun*'- 
ladies .n'e I'eijuired to j)ai'ti( ij)ale in ihese exercises. 

I.e(Hires on Health will also be given from time to time, 1)\- an 
eminent ph\si(-i.in. 



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The rooms are larger than in most boarding schools, the ladies' 
being i6\ 13 feet, and the gentlemen's 20x9 •/< feet. They are furnislunl 
with all heavy articles, a7id if desired, any room will be Entirely 
furnished ; but Students may bring their own sheets (for double l)eds), 
jjillows, ])illow-cases, blankets, counter|)anes, mirrors and lam])s, 
and thus lessen the expense. 



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Total (V)st, with room furnished as aboxe : 

In Classic^al and Scientilic Course (per year). 
In Classical and Scientific Course (per term of 12 weeks). 
In Common haiglish Course (j)er }ear), _ _ _ 

In Common l-aiglish Course ([)er term wf 12 weeks), 



^-^^3 33 

6 1 60 

193 33 

58 60 



When rooms are entirely furnished, 515 will be added per year, 
or ,S6 per term, for each Student. This includes all charges for 
furnished rooms, carpet, board, washing (12 ])ieces j)er week), fuel, 
and tuition in katin, (rreek, Mathematics, Sciences, kaiglish, l>ook- 
Keeping and kenmanshij). 'kiiiOKr: AKi: no IvXTKas wiiAi i:v'i:r, ex- 
(X'pt for ()rnamental liranches and Modern kanguages, the charges 
for which are specif icalK' stated elsewlKre. 

We desire to canj)hasi/.e this statement, l)e(~ause some schools, 
w hosi' ad\ertised rates are higluT than oui's, in( rease the expenses 
still more 1)\' numerous ''extras." 

^•./, We ask those who are seeking education for themsehes, ;ind 
])arents who contemplate sending tlK'ir chiMren (o a bo.irding :-ehook 
tocarefull}' note the fact that we furnish e\(i'\t]iing lanbraeed in .1 
thoroughK' e(|uii)j)ed school, with all t!ie co]utt)rts ol a good liome, 
iiududing' a large, air\-, and eompletelx finiiis/icd room, in a beauti 
f"ul and health}' location, at the low rate of >2iS.33 per \ear, 111 
courses of stuck wliich prepare the student for business, for profes 
sional life, or for the lower or hii^luu' classes in co!k\L',e; or, if thev 
j)refer to furnish their own rooms with l)ed-eh)thes, mirrors, lamp and 
carj)et, for ^2()3.33 in Classical Studies, and S193.33 in Common 
I'aiglish. 

Persons appking for rooms will please state whether the) wish 
them funkished taUirely or in part. 



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rAYMEN'rS. 

Term l)ills payable in advanee, oae-lialf at ()j)eninL;' and the 
l^alanee at the middle of the term. 

Tlie tuitiim \\\ the Commen^ial Department is all required in 
advan(\% and in no ease is it refunded. 

Students attending a part of a term will be eharL;ed at tlie rate of 
$4 })cT week for 1)()ard, washini;' and room. 

\\ hen StudcMits are (ailed awav bs sickness or pro\ idential neees- 
sit\', moneys acKanccnl will be returned. Students dismisscMl or 
leaxini;" without the aj)pro\al of the Trt'sident )}ia\' be eharL;"ed for 
the full term. 

Heduclion for abscaice is made on recommendation of tlu' Presi- 
dcMit to the Treasuria'. No reduction for board or tuition for abscuice 
of ten da\ s or less at the l)ei;innin<;', or the last three weeks before 
the close of the term. 

l''i\ e dollars must be deposited with the Treasurer on enterini;", to 
co\ aa- damages that the Student may do to room or other f)roj)erty. 
This will be returned when the Student lea\ es, in (\ise no iniur\ has 
been done. \\\\ Student rooming alone will be charued S^ extra 
])er term. 

Da\ scholars will l)e cliari^ed from S^.oo to Si 2.50 j)er term of 
luehe weekh, accordini;' to the studies tlie\ pursue. 

7:Ei^^rs .1X1) rACA770jys. 

The Scmiu.irx \c;ir is di\ i<lcd into three terms, as follows: 

V \\A. TiiTM \() \\'eek>. In'-ins Monda), Auinist 2(;th, 1881. 
k.iids I )(u-(Mnl)i'!- iSth. \';ication, 2 Weeks. 

WiNiiiK Ti.KM \2 Weiks. lU'-ins Mondiiy, January 2(1, i(S(S2. 
I'jids M,ir( h ?/j{\\. No \'iic;ition. 

Sl'Kl.\(. Tl.KM 12 Weeks. I')ei;ins Ab)nd;iy, March 27lh, 1S.S2. 
I'ndsjune 15th. Vacation, 10 Weid^s. 

A/K\/ISS/()jV. 

ru))ils of ^'ood moi'al ( liar<uter will be rcceixcd at an\" time, for 
a siiii'le teian or lon<'\a' period. 

Must arr.iiv'e bills with the 'I'reasurer bc^fore attendinu" re(atations. 



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Must take at least four studies, unless ex( used by the l^^u iilty. 

Must re<^ister name and church, and agree to com[)ly with all 
rules and regulations of the School. 

Each Student will be considered a member of the Institution until 
due notice shall have been given of intention to lea\e, and permission 
obtained of the President. 

BOARDING. 

This department is under the general direction of the President, 
but an experienced Steward and a thoroughly competent Matron 
have immediate charge. The department ( ommends itself b\' ( lean- 
liness, abundance of supply, excellence of (piality, good cooking, 
and adaptation to health. 

j)/sc/JWJAr/L 

The discipline is firm, but mild and impartial. While e\ery en- 
couragement will be uixen to the or(ka'lv and studious, and due 
allowance be made for youthful indiscretion, )et the lawless and 
refractory cannot long remain among us. 

A/r/\iA\r/i/s. 

TIk' S(.'minar\- is furnished with a coIKm tion of apparatus, together 
with bill sets of Cilobes, Maps and Charts, a ("abinet of Miiu-rals, 
and a large suppK of Chemical and Laborator}- ITensils, thus 
affordinu fa( ilit\ for illustration and experiment. 

J/A7vV7' A\/) /^AVI/AVvV/: 

A (l.tiK re'cord is ke|)t of all the (.'Xca'i i-^e^ of the S(h')ol, from 
whi(h re( ord the Students will be -'raded. A i'e(or(l of demei'its is 
also k(.'pt. Tardiness, iinex(iise(l .ibsriK es from re(|ini'e(l (.'xerciscs, 
and cdl disoi'derU ( ondiK t, will siib|e( t the Student to demeiit marks. 
Ten such marks bi'ing a pia\ate repi'ool Ix^-fore the ka(ult\ ; twentx' 
a j)ublic r(.'primand before the whole S< hool, and thirty m.i\ srnd the 
offender awa\ . S(.'ssional I'epoits .iic s<'nt to pai'ents. 

N/'AJii/oL's si'A<\ /cr:s. 

I'A crN' Student is re(|uired to attend religious scr\ i( t-s in the chap* 1 
dail\, as well as public \\oi-ship moi'mug and evening excrx Sabbath, 
at sii(// pldcr ^M fuimits or i^^iiiirdiiUHs tjun' tirsit^niifr, the President 
assenting. 



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N. n. - I'lach Stiulciit iiuist ])c sii{)|)liL'(l with a liiblc, to be read, 
■'ii'ithoiit note or sccLin'iUi coiiiuicnt, in the ser\ices of the chapel, llie 
wiiole School read in concert. 

A <j^eneral experience meeting is held every Sabbath at half-past 
eight A. M., and generally a service of song at six P. M., continuing 
one hour. Also, pra)er-meeting for the gentlemen and ladies, sepa- 
rately, on Thursday exenings. Attendance upon these social services 
is optional with the Students. 



Z /7JWk\1 r y exer c/ses. 

l^xercises in Spelling, ]M\ niologx', Reading, 1 )e(daniation and 
Original Composition are recpiired of all the Students throughout the 
\ear. In addition to these, i)ul)lic exen-ises are held in the Seminar)' 
(■hai)el excry ['"riday e\-ening, at which tlie more adxanced Students 
ri-ad essays or dc^lixcr original si)ee(hrs, intersj)ersed with Nocal or 
insti'ument.il music, furnished by the Music Department. 

L /TERA R y SO CIK 77 ES. 

d'hei-e are three llourishing hiti'rar) Societies conneded with the 
Seminar) the lielles Lettres, the (i.nnina f^psilon, and the Tripartite 
I'nion. The hrsl two aie in the gentlemen's, and the last in the 
ladies' department. I'.ai h has a well furnished hall, and a judi- 
< lonsl) selected libi'ar)', aL^gregatiiig more than two thousand \"ol- 
nnus. I'".a<Ii prepares and reads a paper in the chapel on(-e in three 
wrek^, in (omieition w idi other literal) exci'cises, thus furnishing 
ni^])iiation to i iitellei t ual ( ulture, as \w\\ as entertainment for the 
St luKnts ;, ]\\ 1 tin.' |)u! )lic. 

7\S7R('07 /OX. 

K)i\\ nietli'.'ds arj modern, and adapted to the need ol the Students. 
No p.iin^ :irr ^[),!re(1 t');ji\i' thoroueh, pra* ti( al and schoIarK ti'ain- 
ing in all thr (U j >:i rt ment^ b\ tra(lu'rs ol sii prrior attainment s and 
(•\ [)! rii iK'e. i'.r^it|('-> I ii^^l riK tion m (onurition with the text book, 
1; ( iinr. ilhi ^iratrd b) t\|)triiii(ni . ,n\' ;ji\rn h'om time to lime. 

Or77''/7\ 

j ', \ ( r\ Stndi lit dion Id be sunplird \\ ilh \^ aian ,i nd diir.ible ( lot hi n" 
heav) b'^otr. and >li(tf , .in iimlarlke and a \)A\y oi slippers to be 
worn in fhr room. \ll .irti( les shoii Id br plainl\ marked with the 
tuli iiaiiit ol the o\^nei. We -.iie,L;eM tli.it ea( h student brine napkins 
:ind n.ipkin iuil', though tlii-^ i-. o|)1ioim1. 



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A WORD 7 7X17\^/XV7S. 

1. I^^V'Try to have your children here on the first day of the 
term, l)ut not before, as we wall not be ready to receive them. The 
classes arc formed on the second day, and it will be better for all 
concerned that the Student start regularly with his class. 

2. If possible, do not call them away during the session. Ab- 
sence, 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 incoiuenience 
to all concerned often arises from a neglect of this caution. 

4. Supply them I'ery s/xirijii^ly with spending mone\'. Parents 
cannot be too cautious on this point. 

5. Select for your child one of the Instructors as a patron, to 
distribute iiis funds. In this wa) a more judicious use of your money 
will Ije made, and )(>ur child will be kept from man\' temptations. 

1^-^// Students not boarding in the Institution must observe the fol- 
lowing rules : 

1. Attend dailv i)ra\'ers. 

2. Must attend all the Seminar)- exercises ])unctually. 

3. Must sj)end the intervals between rei itations in the Study 
Hall. 

4. Must account lor all absence b)' written e\< use without (hki)-, 
time and number of recitations l)eing spccaticMl. 

5. Must not visit the rooms (j1 boarders w itliout permissKUi. ^ 

T/A./AA' O/^^ AO(7'-:SS. 

The 1 'hikidelphia and la'ie, the Northeiai ( eiitial and the I'lnla^ 
delphia and Keadiing K.iili'oads pass through the <it), so that W'll 
liamspoi't is leadilv aet essible Iroiii all (|iiarters. 

f;:' l')\ special arra ngciiient s all oiir Students procure ti( kets at 
excursion lates over the 1 'eiiiisv 1 \ a nia, the 1 'hiladel plii.i and V.vw, 
the Northern Central and the 1 'hikuK-l phia .ind Reading Railroads 
and their Rranehes, /v/// :wv//:; ti> oN<f }'(t it nii)iy^ / r!>/N iJuir Ih^iihs^ 
thus mate!'ia II V I'ed ik m;.; t he e \ | )c n^ as ( >! 1 1 a \ c 1 . \\ e c .1 1 1 t iie spei la 1 
attention ol parents and those stcking edia ation to this la( t, and at 
the s.iine time e I'.i lelu 1 1 v reco'jni/e the libca'alitv ol these railroad 
companies m dealing v\ith our Institution. 



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GRAnUA/rES AND FORMER SEUPENES. 



It may be safely estimated that from eig^ht to ten thousand persons 
have received academic instruction, covering from one to three years, 
in Williamsport Dickinson Seminary, while two hundred and seventy- 
one have completed the prescribed curriculum, graduating with the 
degrees the Institution confers. We desire to bring all these into 
active sympathy and co-operation with their Ahna Mater, and hence 
we ask all persons to whom this notice may come, who have been 
Students here, to send us their address, with any information concern- 
in" tlicir i)ers()nal historv that mav be of general interest, as we wish 
to (■()mi)ile a complete catalogue of all the Students now living. 

There is a general meeting of the .Mumni every year, the day 
l)efore Commencement. Wc extend a most cordial in\itation to all 
old Students to attend tlie meeting this year, which will be held June 
15th, afternoon and evening. If you i^annot come, let us hear from 
you by letter. 

And now, may I not ask you to aid in enlarging the sphere and 
ifureasini' the power of our A/nid Matcr^ Vou can do much in 
manv w a\ >, but nou can at IcM^t direct those looking for a good 
lioarding School to ours, or send me their address on a postal card. 
C^irrv the Seminary in your heart. She is doing a worthy work, and 
earne^lK asks lier sons and daughters to help her. 



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The following Prizes will be awarded durinu the vear: 

Tiii<: PKi':sii)i-:Nr's 1'kizk- the gift of the President to that mem- 
ber of the Senior or Junior Class who shall excel in writing and 
deliv ering an ( )ration. 

Till': r\\(:rLTV Puizr: the gift of the h'aculty to the member of 
the Rhetoric Class who shall excel in writini' and readini- an Mssaw 

Till-: \'(]':LKia:K Puizi:- the gift of Professor \'(L:IkIer to the Stu- 
dent who shall be awarded the fu'st [)ri/.e in Instrumental Musi(\ 

Till' P)Ki:iiM cK; Co. iM<iziv the gift of Frank P.rehm \: Co., of 
I'lrie, Pa., to the two StudeiUs who shall be awarded the second and 
third {)ri/es m Instrumental Music. 

Tiiic Mrs. {\\k\\ Prizt: the gift of Mrs. !■:. J. (h-ay to that Stu- 
dent who shall excel in Readinu". 

Tin: Cii\km:s C. Missina Pkizi'. the gift of Charles C. Mussina 
to that Student who shall excel in 1 )ecLimalion. 



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I. Durinu- the hours o 



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f stiidv the students shall not 1)C unneres- 



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irilv absent from their rooms. 



At the time appointed to attend prayers, recatation, le 



leet 



ure. or 



otlier exereise, ea( 
})laee desii;nated. 



•h student shall rei)air quietly and promptly to the 



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no time shall 



any s 



fudent loiter in the halls or about the 



doors, or nululge m jumpini;-, w 



restlin^-, loud talkini--, whistlinj^-, or 



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mv other unneeessar\ noise, o 



r soil the buihlinir with tobaeeo 



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4, The students s 



hall not be absent from their rooms at ni 



ht 



f study indieated by the rin^jini;- of the l)ell, nor s 



after the hour o 

they attend ])arties or mixed assemblies without i)ermissi()n froi 

President ; nor s 



hall 



til 



n tne 



hall they at any time \ isit hotels, or other j)laees o 



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public resort, or on any occasion mouig 
Tujuors. 



Lie in the use o 



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5. y\ll profme and indecc^nt languai;e, playin<;- at 



uames o 



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cha nee, 



injurini; the propert\- of the Institution or ol ( iti/.ens, c| 



uar- 



relini;, lii;htin^, the carryin- of fire-arms or other dangerous weapons, 
:ire stridh' forbidden. 



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6. No student shall K-a\ e the limits of the town lor a loni;er tune 
hour without permission from the President. 
l-:.i(h student will be held strictly accountabU- for any (lama-c> 
to the Seminary propert)'. 1 )amai;esl)y unknown 



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irlirs WWW he a^s 



>r^~^e( 1 on the s( 



hool, 



8. The Tcai her> must at all times ha\i' access 



to the student 



roruns, and if it be )ud)^e<l iu'cc>sar\ 



the rooms will be cdeaned at 



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\pr ns^' of the o(cu [)a nt->. 
C), (dcaiirihcs-. of person ami of appar(d, and a (gentlemanly 
I hidy like dci)ortmcht must be ob^erxed by all. 

w.itcr dirt, or other matei-ial shall be thrown from any 



10. 



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tow ill the buildnu^s, or ( 



lown the hot-air tlues, or in the halls aher 



ie\- ha \ e oeeii (lea ik( 



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hed .it tlu> (.'stablished hours, 



17. No student will be allowed to -o bathine, boatini;, skatini 



shim 



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r ridine,, without ptaanission b"om the President 



[he students must not \ isit the kitcluai, dining-room, or any 



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tlu r room, except their own, without permissio 



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Calendar for I88I. 



Frii)A\, Ma\' 27.- ICx.'iininatioii of Senior Class hcirjns. 

Wi:i)\!:si).w, ][:\K S. Mx.iiniiiation of oduT Classes hcijiiis. 

Im<ii).\\, Jh.mc io, <S o'clock 1\ M. l<:.\ca-(-isesor ihc Sophomore Cla.ss. 

Saiu'.atji, Ji'M-: 12, i()'_: o'clock A. M. liaecalaiireate Sermon ])y 
the President. 
3 o'cloc k r. M. Annual Sermon before tlie Students. 

]\Tc)M)\\, Ji'M-: 13, 8 o'c loc k \\ M. Conc-ert and Contest in Music, 
ior the Welkka' and jirehm I'ri/es, in the Acaclem) of 
]\lusic\ 

Tri'-SDW , Jim: i 4, c; o'c loc k A. M. Contest in JOssays for the I'^unlty 

Tri/.e. 
loj^ o'cl()cd< A . i\l.- Contest in Declamation, for the Charles 

C. Mussina I'ri/.e. 
2 o'c loc k 1'. M. I'xercises of the [unior Cdass. 
S o'c loc k I*. M. Lecturc^ before the Lilerarv Societies, b\- i'di 

1 'ei'kins. 

\\ii)\i.M)\\ , liM-. I :^, (; o'c lo( k A. M. Contest in Keadine, for the 
Mrs. !•:. I. Crax I'ri/e. 

nion of the lu-lles I.c;11i-es I ^i.ion So- 
c lel \ . 
2<)"(l(Hk k. M. Cmitest in()ralor\, for the Presidenl's kri/e. 
.| o'c lo( k k. M. Ikisines^ Meetin;.; of the A lum ni Association. 
''' (>'( !o( 1^ k. M. Reunion and k)an(|uel of llu^ Alumni. 
^'' o'eloi k k. M. knerar\ Mi'clini; of the Alumni. 

lllll^^l)\\, \\\\: I''', 9'j o'clock A. M. Commenccanent Mxca'cises 
in du' Acadenn of M usic. 
2;^ o\ lo( k k. M. Meelin- of the Stoc kholders, in the Semi 

nar\ C ha])ek 
3*''1'"1- I'- ^b AniHial Meetin- of die I'.oardof Hircxtors. 
MoNDW, Aiaa ST 2(). kail d\aan bevins. 



o ', o'c lo( k A. M. KcMi 



)lCKlNS(kN COLkl:{;i; 



FOUJVBEI) 1783, 

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

a Complete and Thorough 



ihgiate Course of Insiriaction 



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Limited kdection allowed in Junior and Senior years in favor of 

PRACTICAL SCIHXTIIMC STl'DIHS AM) lIHIikHW, 



->!cEXPENSES.*<- 

Of Tuition by Scholarships, readily attainable, - - $ 6 25 per anntHn. 
Of Expediiiertal Com'se in Laboratory ''elective;, - 25 00 
All other Collei;e CharG:es, from - - 



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$30 00 to $40 00 '" 



Cost of Board, from ------$ 3 00 to $ 4 00 " week. 



LOCATION BEAUTIFUL, HEALTHY, and EASY OF ACCESS. 



\\\ jc'ccnt ;i( Hon ol ihc k)o,ird ol d ru-(t<-, du; l"",i( \\\\\ ;iix' autlio- 
ri/i'd to ;idmil siuck-nls from W'd li.i m^porl Hm kinson, kmuiinelon ;ind 
KinL'.^ton Sfminuru's, .nid \\ iliit ii);.;toM ( ontii-r ik c .\<;i(k'm\, to the 
l"'rrslnn;in (kiss without c\,i miiMt ion, ii|)on tlic prrsrnt.ition of a 
(c-rtitKute from the ko.iid of Insfni.iion in \\\v 1 ust it iit lon^ nuinccl 
that tlu' \\o!'k r(.'i|i!U'rd for ,idmi^->ioii li.i^^ kct n .i< com pi isju'd. Son-^ 
of nkmistcrs w ill kc liirni-^lud the 11 -c ol m lioI.Mcki|)-^ \\uhout cost, a 
•niiid)(,M' li.i\m;j, knii |)l,nt(l ,ii tli'' di~>j)os,iI ol the,' l''.i(ult\ for this 
purposr. d'lie donutioii ol others to kr tiiUs u^i'd will kcthanklull\ 
rec ei\ c'd . 

I'Or lurihiT miorm.ition adchess the ki(.'sidc;nt. 



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Nos. 82 & 84 Pine Street, - - WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 

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AND MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS. 

Wc keep ronstantly on liand the Largest Stock of Cigars and Tobacco 
and (fcneral (Groceries in Northern LennsNdxania. 

Nos. 75, 77 & 77I ^A/^est Third Street, Williamsport, Pa. 

1^:1, ( )rders \)s mail will receixe prompt attention. 



Wholesale and Rclail Dealer in 

CHINA, CROCKF.KY, GLASSWARE 

LAMPS AND CUTLJ'IKY. 

FRENCH CUT GLASS A SPECIALTY. 

No. 52 West Fourth Street, Williamsport, Pa. 

()i-vkrs1)\- ni;iil will reciMxc- prompt attention. Our Guarantee will 
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Camphorated Glycerine Ice, Bay Rum Hair Tonic. 
Odontine, a Superior Tooth Wash. 
Fragrant I^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 k (.ORNELL, (^or. Fourth and Tine Sts, 



ALEX. BEEDE & CO., 



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\mi muF, TEA, mm, mm n, risa, cheese, h 

Flour, Soap, Coffee, Choice dAdj 1 hitter. 

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Restoring Aching and Diseased Teeth to Usefulness a 

Specialty. Extractions Painless. 

()fti( e, Cor. d'liird and Markrt SN., 0\ ir L. L. Stearns' Store, 

WILLIAMSLOKT, LA. 



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CUVnAKl'RYi^CONl-ECTlOXIiKY, 

Corner Fourth and Market Streets, 

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PIANOS AND ORGANS. 

Sheet Music. Music and Instruction Books. 
INS nUIMI'N IS RI<,N ri:i) l.y the MONTH. 

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ALSO, DEALER IN GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

A/'o. Sy Phie Street, Wiliianisport, Pa, 



wppjj iji WAJ^T Of 

A NOinn^ HAT, A (;()()!) CAP, WALKINC; CANr:S, GOOD 

UMliRKLLAS, NOP,I^Y SCARFS, STYLISH COLLARS- 

AND CIM^FS, FANCY AND PLAIN HALF 

Hosi-:, (;lo\'j<:s, undi^rwioar, or 

Anything in the Gents' Furnishing Line, 

\{)V WILL LLNl) IT AT 

REESE'S, 45 West Fourth Street. 



L. M'DOWELL & CO., 



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White Lead, Oils, Glass, and Building Hardware. 

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AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 



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L()< AL .\(.i:n( \ iOK Ia('(>.min(, cAxnia oi" riii': 

London Assuranci^ Corpoi'.ition, ot lav^l.iiid ( I'^iiw) 

Phdaiix .Vssnrancr Coini)any, ol laii;la nd ( l-'lrc. ) 

Mcrch.mls' 1 n^ura n( r ( 'ompa ny, ot N\'\\arl< ( I'd re. ) 

How ard 1 nsni'.iiu r Company, ot N\w\- N'oi'k ( j^'irc. ) 

\\\'st(du'slrr I nsura nca- ( (tm j)any , ol Nrw \'ork. ( V\\\\ ) 

Nortluvcstt.Tn Mutual Lilc In^uraiua' ("oinpany, ot" M il\vaukt.-(,\ 

UNION INSLRINCr Co. (LiMiriiD), 

Insi K \N( !•: Lni)i:k\\ Krn:Rs. 

GEO. L SANDERSON, Prist. H. J. CLINGEK, Secretary. 

OI'I'ICK, Third Sticrt, opposite City Motrl. W 1 LLL\ MS I'O k T, PA. 



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No. 11 West Third Street, 



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Jewelry Neatl\' Mended. 

WILLIAMSPORT, PA. 



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