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CHARTERED BT THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 



THIRD AISTNUi^LL 

— OF TpE — 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE, 



— FOR THE — 



COLLEGIATE YEAR, 



LEBANON, PA. 

WORTH & REINOEHL, PRINTERS. 

1869. 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 




Rev. J. WEAVER, 

Bishop 

Rev. aE(JRGE A. MARK, 
JOHX B. 8TEHMAN, Esq., 
Hon. JOHX H. IvIXPORT^^, 
Rev. EZEKTEL LIGHT, 
Rev. L. ^V. CVRAU^IER, 
PETER GMNGEICH, Esq., 
ABRAHAM 8HERlv, Esq., 
JOSEPH HILL, Esq., 
RUDOLPH HERR, Esq., 
Rev. D. S. early, 
J. W. BROAVX, M. D., 
Rev. JOHX MEYER, 
Rev. JOSEPH YOUI^G, 
SAMUEL WALMER, Esq., 
Rev. JACOB H. MARK, 
Rev. W. S. H. KEYS, 
LEVI HOOVER, Esq., 
Rev. DAVID HOFFMAN, 
MICHAEL B. SIEGRIST, Esq., 
Rev. J. B. DOUGHERTY, 
GIDEON LIGHT, Esq., 
Rev. lewis PETERS, 
DAYID KREIDER, Esq., 
Rev. a. STEIGERWALT, 



of the Easterv District. 
Annville. 
Moimtville. 
Annville. 
Lebanon. 
Mi/erstown. 
Annville. 
Lebanon. 
Philadelphia. 
Annville. 
Hmnmelstovjn. 
Freeburg. 
Annville. 
Killinger. 
Hummelstown. 
Annville. 
Columbia. 
New Holland. 
Allentown. 
Annville. 
Schuylkill Haven. 
Lebanon. 
Reading. ■ 
Annville. 
Lebanon. 



Ex-Officio Members: 

Rev. T. R. VICKROY, A. M. 

Prof. L. H. HAMMOND, A. M. 

Prof. E. BENJ. BIERMAN, A. M. 



CHARTERED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 



|f ar^ of % l^orporation. 



PRESIDENT, 

EZEKIEL LIGHT, 

RECORDING- AND CORRESPONDING SECRETARY, 

JOHN H. KINPORTS, 

FINANCIAL SECRETARY, 

MICHAEL B. SIEGEIST. 

TREASURER, 

HENRY H. KREli)ER. 

PRUDENTIAL COMMITTEE, 

Geo. a. Mark, Jr., CAVt. H. H. Kreider, 
M. B. SiEGRiST, Sec. Rudolph Herr, 

Peter Gingrich. 



flfikiibi^ f^ammitteeL. 



Rev. 


W. S. H. Keys, 


East Penn'a Conference. 


Rev. 


J. "Walker, 


Allegheny Conference. 


Rev. 


W. T. Lower, 


Virginia Conference. 


Rev. 


Z, Warner, 


Parkersburg Conference. 


Rev. 


H. H. Gelbach, 


East Penn'a Conference. 


Rev. 


Wm. B. Hick, 


Allegheny Conference. 


Rev. 


A. M. EvERS, 


Virginia Conference. 


Rev. 


J. W. Perry, 


Parkersbnrg Conference. 


Rev. 


E. Light, 


East Penn'a Conference. 



FINANCIAL AGENT, 

Rev. GEO. A. MARK. 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



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1869. 

Sabbath, June 13tli, 10 A. M. 
Annual Sermon by the Rev. D. Strickler, of Lebanon. 

Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, June 14tli, loth & 16th. 
Examinations for the Spring Term. 

Monday Evening, June 14th, 8 P. M. 
Exhibition by the Elementary Class. 

Tuesday Evening, June 15th, 8 P. M. 

Address before the Philokosmian Literary Society by Hon. 

A. H. Chase, of York, Pa. 

Wednesday, June 16th, 8 P. M. 
- Address by the Rev. W. S. H. Keys, of Columbia. 

Thursday, June 17th, 9 A. M. 
Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees. 

Thursday, June 17th, 2 P. M. 

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. 

Friday, June 18th. Spring Term doses. 

VACATIOX OF SIX WEEKS. 

Monday, August 2d. Fall Term begins. 

Friday, December 17th. Fall Term closes. 

VACATION" OF TWO WEEKS. 

1870. 
Monday, January 3d. Winter Term begins. 
Friday, March 18th. Winter Term closes. 

YACATIO]S^ OF TWO WEEKS. 

]\IoNDAY, April 3d. Spring Term begins. 

Tuesday, May 3d, 8 P. M. 

Anniversary of the Philokosmian Literary Society. 



CHARTERED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 



fadultu and InBtritctori 



Rev. T. R. VICKROY, A. M., 

President of the College, 
Professor of Belles-Lettres and Philosophy. 

LUCIAJ^ H. HAMMOXD, A. :SL, 

Professor of the Greek and Latin Languages and Literature. 

E. BENJ. BIERMAX, A. M., 

Professor of the English ^ German Languages and Literature. 



Professor of Mathematics and Natural Science. 

MISS ELLEIs^ L. WALKER, M. A., 
Music and Drawing. 

MRS. E. S. VICKROY, 
Prece])tress. 

MISS LIZZIE M. RIGLER, 

Ornamented Branches. 

MISS MARY R. HOLBROOK, 

Lnstrumental Music. 

JOHN WESLEY ETTER, 

Teacher of Penmanship and Book-Keeping. 

MISS SALLIE BITRIsTS, 
Elocution and. Common English. 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 






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NoTK. — N. 'J. — New College. S. C. — Scidh College, 



Sophomore Class. 



Names. 
Wm. B. Bodeuhoru, - 
Johu H. Graybeill, 
A. C. Rij^ier, (req. in Greek ) 
Miss Mary A. Weiss, 



Post Office. 
Annville, 
Annville, 
Annville, 

Shaefferstown, 



Room . 
Mr Bodcnlioro's. 
Mr. GraybeilPs. 
Mr. Rigler's. 
23 N.C. 



Freshman Class, 



J. W. Etter. 
C. S. Meily, 



PowelVs Valley, 19 S. C. 

Lebanon, 9 S. C. 



Senior Preparatory Class 



John K. Fislier; 
E. L. Fislier, 
E. H. Giugricli, 
John H. Kiu ports, 
N. B. Light, 
H. B. Stehraau. 
Geo. W. Ball", 
Wesley Truxell, 



Hanibiirg, 

An7iville, 

South Annville, 

Annville, 

Lebanon, 

Jlountville, 

Annville, 

Greendjarg, 



37 N. C. 
Mr. Fisher's. 
Mr. Gingrich's. 
•Judge Kinports' 
21 S. C. 
39 N.C. 
Mr. Bair's. 
39 N. C. 



CHARTERED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 



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^ViNIOK ^Ki:PAKATOKY.-g"?d) 



Names. 
Latin andjGreek. 
1. L. Beckley, 
Austin Best, 
E. V. Buck, 

Z. S. G. Light, 

H. E. Steinmetz, 
Robert Steinmetz, 



Post Ofkice. 

Fnderlclcdtm'ii. 
Ebei'ly'x Mills 
Lebanon., 

Lebanofi, 

Durlach, 

AnnvlUe, 



Kuo.v. 

8 S. C. 
35 N. C. 
Mrs. Buck's. 

35 N. C. 

y s. c. 

Mr. Steiumeu"^ 



Latin. 
A. W. Curmany, 
E. A. CraU, 
J. C. CraU, 

Willie T. Dill, 

Edwin D Hatch, 



Auuville, 
Amimlle, 
Annville, 

Lebanon, 

Philadelphia, 



Mr. Canuiiuy'te. 
Mr. Crall's. 
Mr. Crall's. 

Mr. Diirs. 

y3 N. C. 



1 M. F. Kerkeslager, 


Schuylkill Haucii, 


28 N. C. 


! Rebecca Kinportz, 


Annville, 


Judge Kiuportz's. 


Ellen Jane Mai-k, 


Annville, 


Rev. Mr. Mark's* 


Lizzie E. Mase, 


Hum))ielst/wn, 


Mr. Mase'fc. i 


\ Jacob N. Strickler, 


Miildletow/i. 


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' Samuel Strickler, 


Mount Joy, 


15 S. C. 


Jos. J. Stroh, 


Armville, 


Mr. Stroh'a. 


1 Louisa C. Trump, 


Annville, 


Mr. Trump's. 


Willie R. Vickroy, 


Anno'dle, 


10 N. C. 


Lizzie E. Weidman, 


Annville, 


Mrs. Weidiiiaii'h. 1 


Ekglish. 






Samuel H. Boyd, 


Columbia, 


;5S N. c. 


Adam L. Smith, 


Stevens, 


29 N. C. 



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LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



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Names. 
Sallie Burns, (Latin,) 

J. B. Bursuer, {Latin and Grefl;) 

Emma L. Imboden, 

Sallie M. Rigler, (Latin and French,) 

C. H. RuttcT, {Latin and Greek,) 

Clemmk- L. Ulrich, (French,) 

Clara L. Walmor, (Latiti and French,) 



SECOND YEAR. 

Post Offick. 
Sporting Hill. 
Pinegrove. 
Annville. 
Annnille, 
New Holland. 
Annville, 
HummeUtown. 



Room. 
24 N. C. 
22 S. C. 
Mr. Imboden' 
Mr. Rigler's. 
35 N. C. 
Mrs. Ulrich 's. 
33 N. C. 



C. F. Aekerman, (Latin,) 

Wm. M. Bohv, (Latin,) 

Mary E. Hoover, (Latin,) 

Christian Hess, (Latin,) 

Jane E. Kauffman, (Latin,) 

Jos. H. Light, 

Geo. W. Matterness, 

Jos. C. McAllister, (Latin,) 

A. H. Reider, 

John L. Van Reed, (Latin,) 



FIRST YEAR. 

Stoystown, 
Union Forge. 
New Holland. 
Churchville. 
Annville, 
Avon, 
Annville, 
New Buffalo. 
Elizabethtown. 
Reading, 



37 N. C. 

10 s. c. 

oO N. C. 
35 S. C. 

Mr. Kaiiflfman's. 
13 S. C. 

Mr. Matterness'; 
89 N. C. 

38 N. C. 
26 S. C. 



^CHARTERED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 



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Preparatory Class. 



Name?. 
Joliu V. R. Adams, 
Calvin C. Anthouy, 
Henry Arnold, 
Hiram L. Batten, 
John L. Bishop, 
Wm. B. Bohr, 
Samuel L. Drelbelbis, 
George S. Fausnacht, 
John F. Feick, 
Aaron T. Fclty, 
John n. Fisher, 
Simon L Good. 
John G. Haag, 
Elias Hartz, 
Aurou T Heihuan, 
Henry Herr, 
John H. Herr. 
Hany H. Hlestand. 
Aaron Imboden, 
Annie M. Kirst, 
O. L. Kreider, 
Charles M. Kutz, 
John A. Meyer. 
.Jonathan M. Nies. 
John H. Nissley, 
David F. Nissley, 
Robert Pcri-y, 

Susan E. Riegerl, 
.Tohn N. Riland. 
John H. Roo)i. 
Jennie L. Roop, 

Franklin K. Seyfert, 
Annie M. Shuey, 
Agnes Sibbald. 
Lizzie M. Simon. 
•Jaeob Small, 
Alfred D. Smith, 
William H. Smith, 
Isaac Sweigard, 

Alfred B. Wagner, 
Adam B. Wugnei\ 



P08T Office 
Heading, 
Mount Top, 
Clear Spring, 
Bareville, 
Harrisburg, 
Ono, 
Virgiti-wille, 

Annville, 

Strausstown, 

AMwood, 
J/aiioi- Mill, 

Lehoiion. 

BernvUh, 

Aii.itoiUt, 

Lebanon, 

Annville, 

Annville, 

yinrietlrt. 

AnrifiUr. 

I'rfdtrickiiburg- 

Annville. 

SImrUesville, 

Annville, 

Jiamburg- 
MiildlefMion, 
Middlttotm, 
l\)i-t Carbon, 
Aniimlle, 
Friedevubvrg, 
Highi^pirr. 
High^j)ire, 
Shartleavilh, 
East Hanover, 
Line Lexington, 
Sporting Hill, 
Mont Alto, 
Shippentibnrg,, 
Annville, 
Progress. 

Upper Bern, 
Upper Bern, 



Room 
20 S. C. 
10 S. C, 
10 S. C. 
14 S. C. 

35 S. C. 

Mr. Graybeill's. 

3.5 S. C. 

Mr. Ensminger's. 

33 S. C. 

33 S. C. 

33 S. C. 
38 N. C. 

38 N. C. 
Mr. Hartz's- 
Mr. Heilmau"» 
Mr. Herr's. 
Mr. Herr's. 
30 N. C. 
Mr. Imlioden's. 

26 N. C. 
Mr. Kreider" s. 

36 N. C. 

Mr. Meyer's. 

37 N. C. 

34 S. C 
36 S. C. 
3.5 N. C. 
Mrs. Riegert-s. 
23 S. C. 

16 S. C. 
36 N. C. 
13 S. C. 
Mr. Hetrioh's. 
Mr. Siegrist's. 
34 N. C. 
36 S. C. 
18 S C. 
Mr. Smith's. 
30 S. C. 
13 S. C. 
13 S. C. 



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LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



Elementary Class. 



Name?. 
Wm. H. Benson. 
F. Adam Boltz, 
Mary Brubaker, 
Bcnj. E. Carmany, 

Nettie L. Dill, 
Amelia S. Diller. 
Lizzie 1.. Dreihelbis. 
Mandon H. Dnndore. 
Emma S. Fisher, 

John L Graybill, 
L. F Greenawalt. 
Charles W. Heintzelmaii. 
Harvey Horerter, 
Henry W. Hnntsberger, 
Carrie L. Keller, 
Fanny C. Killinsrer, . 
Zachary T. Liijht, 
Amos Reist, 
Emma K. Rigler. 
A. Lizzie Rudy, 
John A. Sayrs, 
Lanra E. Saylor. 
Clara J. Siesrist, 
Annie M. Sieffrlst. 

Curtis J. Smith, 
Mary C. Steinmctz. 
John Stewart. 
John G. Stonfler, 

Edwin L. Swoih-. 

Alfred Uhrlch, 

S. Perey Viekroy. 

Franklin K. Wagner. 

James L. Wagner, 

Moses R. Wagner, 

R. G Welsh, 

Alexander Winlaek, 

^Monroe TeaglQy, 
SallieE.Yingst. 



Post Otfice. 
ColehrooTc, 
Belletneio, 
Lebanon, 
Lebanon, 
Lebanon, 
Xevi Holland. 
VirginKnlle, 
Leexport, 
Annville, 
Shaeffemtown, 
Silver Springs, 
Port Tre»erton, 
Annville, 
AnnviUe, 

Ringgold, 
AnnviUe. 

Laebanon, 
Annville, 
Annville, 

Annville. 

Port Treverton, 

Annville, 

Annville, 

Annville, 

Annville, 

Annville, 

Kleinfeltt rsviUe. 

Union Deposit. 

Av<n, 

Aiinville, 

Annville, 

Skartlesville. 

Upper Berth 

Upper Bern, 

Patuxent, 31d., 

Silver CreeJc, 

Lebanon. 

Lebanon, 



Room . 

3i) N. C. 
Mr. Boltz's. 
26 N. C. 
Mr. Carmany's, 

32 N. C. 
,S0 N. C. 
25 N. C. 

15 S. C. 

Mr. Fishers. 

Mr. Kreider's. 

30 S. C. 

S3 N.C. 

Mr. Hoverter's. 

Mr. Huntsberger's. 

24 N.C. 

Mr. Killinger's. 
Mr. Light's. 
Mr. Reist's. 
Mr. Rigler'a. 
Mr. Rudy's. 

32 N. C. 

Mr. Saylor's. 
Mrs. Siegrist's. 
Mrs. Siegrist's. 
Mr. Smith's. 
Mr. Steinmetz's. 

Mr. . 

Mr. Frank's. 
Mr. Swope's. 
Mr. TJrich's. 
16 N.C. 
14 S. C. 

13 S. C. 

14 S. C. 
18 S. C. 
10 S. C. 

Mr. Teagley's. 

26 N. C. 



CHARTERED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 



Commerciai Students. 



Names. Post Office. 

Joseph H. Best Eberly's Mills, Cumberland Co, 

Jolrn J. Bolton Hummelstown, Dauphin Co. 

Alfred W. Breinig , Allentown, Lehigh Co. 

N. W. Breneman- Mount Joy, Lancaster Co. 

David Cowell Dewart, Northumberland Co 

Martin L. Ditzler. Annville, Lebanon Co. 

Walter H. Ditzler Annville, Lebaaon Co. 

Edwin Erb Lebanon, LebanoniCo. 

E. K. Hershey Washington, Lancaster Co. 

Samuel Kauffman Annville, Lebanon Co. 

Aaron M. Siegrist Annville, Lebanon Co. 

Daniel Smith Progress, Dauphin Co. 

Jonas G. Stehmaa MountvlUe, Lancaster Co. 



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Graduates. 



Jacob M. Gerhart Hatfield, Montgomery Co. 

Andrew M. Garber Silver Spring, Lancaster Co; 

Boaz W. Light Lebanon, Lebanon Co. 

William Muir Mahonoy City, Schuylkill Co. 

Cyrus P. Smith Lebanon, Lebanon Co. 

Cyrus P. Strickler Lebanon, Lebanon Co. 

James C. Winlacfc Silver Creek, Schuylkill Co. 



IN MEMORIAM. 
NATHANIEL W. BRENEMAN, 

DIED, MAy 13th, 1869, 

AT REISHOIDSVILIE, lASCASTER CO., H. 



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Classical Course. 

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^tekkmen S 

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Scientific Course. 

^ecaiid /y.^ai.. 7 

^LiAt Jl/^eai -fO 

SPie/LaiataiL^ Ji./ 

^Lempiitatij- S& 

Commercial Course. 

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CHARTERED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 15 



Requirements for Admission. 



All CiiOflidate?! for admission mu>t ho of ?nitablo iige. and must pre- 
sent satisfactory evidence of good moral character. 

A good knowlodiie of the common l)ranehes is requisite for admission 
to the Preparatory Class. * 

Candidates for advanced standiii<^ mnst pass a satisfactory exaraina- 
tion upon the studies pnrsned by the class which they propose entering, 
or in their equivalents. 

Candidates properly prepared in some studies for admission to a 
higher class, hut deficient in others, will be permitted to make up their 
requisitions by regular recitations in thp lower classes. This requii'C- 
ment is essential to proper progress in the higher branches. 

p&~ No vicioux, idle, or disobedient student mill he retained in the Institution^ 
nor mil sxich he knoioingly received. 

Students will not be permitted to leave School before the end of the 
Term for which they eater. 



The Best Mode of Preparation. 



The success of a student in the higher classes depends upon the 
thoroughness of his preparation. Many young ra"n, nf limited means, 
attempt to prepare themselves for the hiorher classes, by private study. 
Althous'h praiseworthy, this is a radical mistake, as thorough instruc- 
tion is more needed in the elementary than in the higher branches, and 
the facilities provided here will enable students to accomplish more 
with an ultimate economy of time and money. The drill of the first 
two or three years of the Course is all-important, and students should, 
by all means, spend these years in College. Such, however, as find it 
convenient to pi-epare themselves for any uf tlie hi<:-her classes should 
follow closely the plan of study laid down in this Catalogue, and not 
anticipate studies which may be pursued with more advantage here. 



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NORMAL COURSE. 



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FIRST YEAR. 



Pall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. 

Grammar, (Finished,) Etymologj', Etymoloiry, 

Physical Geography, Elementary Algebra, Elementary Algebra, 

Higher Arithmetic, History of United States, General History, 

Composition and Rhetoric. Zoology. Geometry, (3 books.) 



Elocution, (Daily.) 



Throughout the Year 

Historical Geography of the Bible, (Weekly.) 



Pall Term. 

English Literature. 
Higher Algebra, 
Geometry, 
Phj'siology. 



SECOND YEAR. 

Winter Term. 

Political Economy, 
Higher Algebra, 
Trigonometry, 
Natural Philosophy. 



Spring Term 

Civil Polity, 
Botany, 
Trigonometry, 
Natural Philosophy. 



Throughout the Y>-ar. 

Composition and Declamation, {motithly.) 

Paley"s Natural Theology, (avkekly.) 



Pall Term. 

Mental Philosophy. 
Rhetoric, 
Conic Sections. 
Chemistry. 



THIRD YEAR. 

Winter Term. 

Logic, Logic, 

Analytical Geometry, Analytical Genmetry, 

Astronomy, Astronomy, 

Criticism. Geolot^v. 



Spring Term. 

jgic, 



Throughout the Year. 

Original Orarinnri- {monthly.) 

Evidences of ( liristinnity, (iceekly.) 



Students eomjileting this course, will be entitled to a DIPLO^MA. 



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-^i0mm0n «i|llrt,^>- 



Elementary Class. 



studies. 



Orthogi'''iphy Sanders'' Union Sjxller. 

Readina" Union 4tli. 

Geographj' ,. Wm'ren's Common School. 

Oral Arithmetic Brooks''ii Normal Primary. 

Written Arithmetic Jiobinxon's Practical. 

First Lessous in Composition Quackenhos- 



Exercises. 

Vocal Music 1 

Peumauship I 

1-, . VThrouji'hovit the Tear. 

Drawmff { '^ 



Declamation _. j 



Preparatory Class. 



studies. 

Orthography Written Exercises. 

Reading Unio7i Sixth. 

Geography Warreti's Common School. 

Oral Arithmetic Brooks''s Normal. 

Written Arithmetic Bohinson''s Higher. 

English Grammar Vickroi/s. 

Exercises. 

Vocal Music 1 

Penmanship I 

Drawing J. Throughout the Year. 

Declamation i 

Composition J 



COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. 



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Boarding, Washing, Light, Fuel and Room-rent, per week 14 00 

Life Scholarship, for full course, including all departments of Book- 
keeping, Lectm-es, Commercial Law, Calculations, Correspondence, 
Partnership Settlements, Penmanship, and Actual Business Prac- 
tice, good at this College only. 40 00 

Any study, with the Commercial, per month 1 25 

Telegraphing 35 00 

Phonography 15 00 

Business Penmanship, one month 5 00 

" •' three months 10 00 

Book-keeping, one month 10 00 

Scholarship in the Theory course in Book-keeping and Penmanship, 

time unlimited 30 00 



20 LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



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Havinft- purchased the g-ood will and Fixtures of Bryant, Stkatton 
& Francisco's Business College, lately located at H arrisburg, the 
same will be consolidated with this institution, and will be re-opened 
with increased facilities on the second (2di day of August next. 

We design making this department ^rs< class in aW respects, and while 
we offer sup<irior facilities for a practical education, we aim to attain 
higher results. Punctuality, reliability and regularity are the qualities 
essential to every business man; hence, to induce proper habits, students 
are required to conform to wholesome regulations. 

This institution is located at Annville, twenty-one miles east of H ar- 
risburg, on the Lebanon Valley (P. & R.) Railroad. Six trains stop 
daily. The location is beautiful and very healthful. It is free from the 
demoralizing influences and excitements of larger places, and hence is 
more favorable to mental and moral development. 

The department is arranged for carrying out all the minutiaj of trade 
in its most complicated forms, and is extensively and elegantly furnished. 
It has a 

Writing Department, Notary Public's Oflaee, Steamboat Oflace, 
Telegraph Oflace, Express Oflace, Mining Ofllce, Rail- 
road Oflace, Stationery Store, Grain Emporium, 
Stock Exchange, Post Oflace, Notion 
Store, National Bank, Merchan- 
dise Emporium, Iron and 
Agricultural De- 
partment, 
Jobbing and Importing Oflace, Wholesale and Re- 
tail Grocery Store, Forwarding and 
Commission Oflace, Real Es- 
tate Agencies, &c. 

These are all separate offices, fitted up with finely-carved counters 
and desks, with glass fronts, money-drawers, with checks, notes, books, 
and every thing complete, so that students make actual transactions, us- 
ing representative merchandise and money, thus obtaining a practical 
knowledge of business. 

There are special advantages connected with this school. Students 
deficient in the common branches, or wishing to pursue any of 'the 
higher ones, will have the opportunity of doing so at the moderate ex- 
pense of one dollar and twenty-five cents ($1.25) per month for each 
study. 

The cost of boarding, &g., is less than it can be in cities, and, as stu- 
dents board and room in the institution, they are preserved from those 
things which ruin the prospects and health of so many young men 

In order to enter this department, students should be 18 years of age 
and possess a good Common School education. 



ItlSCELLANXOUS #NrOKMATION, 



1. Sessions and Vacations. 

The Collegiate yeur of forty-two weeks is divided Lata three terms of 
unequal length. The Fall Term ol twenty weeks commences on the 
first Monday (2d) of August, and closes ou the third Friday (ITth) of 
December. The Winter Term of eleven weeks commences on the first 
Monday (3d) of January, 1870, and closes on the third Friday (18th) of 
March. The Spring Term of eleven weeks commesces ou the first Mon- 
day (4th) of April, and closes ou the third Friday (18th) of June. There 
are three vacations, viz., six weeks during June and July, two weeks at 
the Christmas holidays, and two weeks between the Winter and the 
Spring Tei-ms. 

2. Time of Entrance. 

The proper time of entrance is on the first Monday (2d) of August, 
on the third Monday (18th) of October, and at the commencement of 
the Winter or the Spring Terras. Regular students may enter at any 
time, but no student will be received for a less time than a term, except 
by special contract. 

3. Buildings and Accomodations. 

The new College building is provided with all the modern improve- 
ments. The rooma are arranged for two students each. They are well 
ventilated, contain clothes-presses, and are heated with hot air. Each 
room is furnished with a bedstead, mattrass, bolster, pillows, spread, and 
with table, chairs, and mirror ; and the ladies' rooms with washstands. 
The building is supplied with water, bath-rooms, &c., and the young gen- 
tlemen are provided with a room for general toilet purposes. The build- 
ings will accomodate 75 boarding students, but ample arrangement can 
be made for two hundred students in private families. 

4. Outfit. 

Each student should provide himself with a pair of sheets, a pair of 
pillow cases, a pair of blankets, table and toilet napkins and slippers. 
Each piece of clothing or bedding should be indelibly marked with the 
owner's full name. The rooms will require ten or twelve yards of car- 
peting, which the occupants may carpet according to their taste. 



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6, Terms of Paynsent, 



One-half ot the boardiag. tuitioo, &c..is to be paid on eatraoce, aad 
the bahxuce at the middle of t!ie term. It is iinportant that students 
should attend regularly ; heoce no deduction will be made for absesces 
except in case of protracted sickness. 



6, Tesx Books and Stationery. 

Text books and stationerj- are furnished av city retail prices. 

7. Degrees and Diplomas. 

,StE(deat.5 toiaipieting any of the pi-e.«cribed courses, will receive a 
Dii'i,0M\ and the dkgrek to which the course entitles them. 

8. Literary Societies. 

There are two societies coonectedwith the iasiitutiim. which are iii a 
flourishing condition. 

&. Library. 

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A Ifbrars' of well-selected book.- is accessible to all the students. 

10. Religious - 

A positive religious influence is exerted without proselyting, and stu- 
dents may attend church at such places as their parents or guardians 
designate. 



The religious services connected with the school are as follows : 

1. 'i'he opening exercises of each day, consisting of the reading of 
the Scriptures, singing, and prayer, 

2. A public prayer meeting on Thursday evening. 

3. Bible class on Sabbath. 

4. Religious services in the College Chapel on Sabbath, at 10 o'clock. 
a. m. 



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The goveknment of tlie Ooli^bge is strict, hux 2}t(Tcniiil. 

The object of the Institution is to afford a home, where parents or gtiaTdian? 
may place their children and wards witli safety and profit, and Mhere young 
men and yonng ladies may be titled for usefrJuess under influences calculated 
to refine their tastes, ennoble their aspirations, discipline their jntcUectual 
power?, and dei-elop a high Christian character. 

1. Things Required. 

1 liegixtry of names before taking rccUaUous. 

3. rayme^it of bill in advance. 

3. Strict observance of the stiuly honrs. 

4. Full employment of time in study and recilatiori. 

5. Promjitness in the duties of sjyeak-ing, readinf/ and irritiiiff- 

6. Strict observance of the Sabbath. 

7. Attendaiice of public worship twice on tfie Sabbatfi. 

8. Atienda7ice of morning prayers in the Chapel. 

9. Strict obedience of temporary prudential rvles. 

JO. Free access of any teacher to tftc room of any stndcuf. 

2. Things Prohibited. 

1. Unpermitted association oj stitd'ents of cither sex. 

2. Games of chance ; the use qj i?itoxicating drinks. 

3. Prvfa7ie or obscene langna// ; naing tobacco on thn. premises. 

4. Visifitig on the Sabbath or during study hours. 

5. Clamorous noise in or about the building. 

6. Absence from the examinations or other required exercises. 

7. Leaving the College without permis.rion. 

8. Frequenting bar-rooms, groceries, or other public places. 

H. Unpermitted absence from, room after evening signal for studij. 

10. Unpermitted societies among the students. 

11. Croaking, backbiting, and all evil speaking. 

3. Penalties. 

Fvery -unexcused absence, failure or misdemeanor is reported to the faculty, and a 
record made of the same. 

Three detnerit marks will subject a student to private reproof; six, to puhlii: re- 
proof ; nine, notice to parent or guardian, and twelve, to dismission. 

The Faculty may. on evidence of reformation , restore a disfmissed, student. 

For graver offences, the punishments are reproof, loss of privilege, confinement . 
dismission and expulsion. 



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For Fall Term of 20 weeks.: , „ ...|0S 50 

Boardine:, Washing:, Light and Fnel, (a) $3 50 $70 00 

Rent for Room and FurnitiTre 6 00 

Tuition...., 23 50 



For Winter Term of 11 creeks : $57 .50 

Boarding, Washing', Light and Fuel '. $38 .50 

Extra for Fuel 3 .50 

Rent for Room and Fiirniture 3 00 

Tuition 12 50 



For Spring Terin of 11 Weeks: $54 00 

Boarding, Washing, Light and Fuel $38 50 

Rent for Room and Furniture 3 00 

Tuition 12 .50 



Total expense for Collegiate year $310 00 



Students entering for the entire School year, will he charged but $300, 
provided they pay $100 at the l>cginning of the Fall Terra, and $100 at the 
beginning of the Winter Term. 



Extra Charges. 

Instrumental ilusic, two lessons, with use of instrument for daily prac- 
tice, per week $1 00 

Vocal Music, twenty lessons, (in classes) 2 00 

Penmanship, twenty lessons, (in classes) 2 00 

Ornamental Penmanship, ten lessons 2 00 

Drawing from Object, twenty lessons, 2 00 

Oil Painting, thirty lessons, 10 00 

Pastel Painting, thirty lessons, 8 00 

Antique Painting, thirty lessons, 8 00 

Wax Flowers, Fruit, or Cross (including material) 15 00 

Worsted Flowers, per lesson, ." 40 



yo chfirgc ismade Jor incklenffds except for damages.