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FOURTH ANNUAL 



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OFFICERS AND STUDENTS 



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Lebanon Valley College, 



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LEBANON, PA. 

WORTH & REINOEHIi, PRINTERS. 

1870. 





I.EBANON VAL1.EY eOLLE&E 



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The Rev. Bishoi' V\;EAVER. Btdtimore, Md'. 
JOHIST B, STEHMAjS^ Esq., Mountville, 

TbeRirv. GEO. A. MARK. AnnvUle, 
JOSEPH HILL, Esq., Philadelphia, 

The Rev. DAXIEL S. EARL\^ Hummelstovm. 

ABRAHAM SHERK, Esq., Lebanon. 

The Rev. L, W, CRAUMER, Mt/erstown. 

The Ho-.^. JOHN H. KMPOinV. AnnviUe, 

The Ret. EZEKIEL LIGHT, Lebanon. 
I>ETER GIXGRICH, Esq., AnnvUle. 

The Rev. W. S. H. ICEl^S, Lebanon. 

H. H. KREIDER, Esq., AnnviUe. 
The Ret. JOSEPH YOFNG, Halifax. 

REDOLPH HERR, Esq., AnnviUe. 

The Rev. GEO. W. M. RIGOR, Harrisbunj. 

SAMUEL AVALMER, Esq., Hummdstowr, . 

The Ret. .JOHN ^[EYE■R, AnnviUe. 

LEVI HOOVER, Esq., NeiD HolknuL 

The Ret. DAVID HOF?\MAIs", AUentown. 
MICHAEL B. SIEGRIST, Esq., AnnviUe. 

The Ret. J. B, DAUGHERTY, Lebanon. 

DAVID KREIDER, Esq., AnnviUe. 

The Rev. A. STEIGERWALT, Lebanon. 

J. AV. BROWN, M. D., Freeburg. 

The Ret. LEAVIS PETERS, Beading. 

GIDEON LIGHT, Esq., L.ebanon, 

llie Rev. JACOB H. AIARK, Freeburg. 

The Rev. T. R. VICKROY, A. U. 

Prof. LUCIAN H. HAMMOND, A. U. 

Prof. E. BENJ. BIERxMAN, A. M. 



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president; 
Th^ Rev. EZEKIEL LIGHT. 

HEl'OKDING AND 'TOKRESPONDING SECRETARY : 

T)ie Hon. JOHX II. KINPORTS. 

PINAN€IAL SECRETARY: 

MICHAEL B. SIEGRIST, Esq, 

TREASURER '. 

HEXRT J I. KREIBER, Esq. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

The Rev. Geo. A. Mark, CWn. H. H. Kreider, Esq, 
M. B. SiEGRiST, Esq., See'y. Rudolph Herr. Esq. 
Peter Ginorich, Esq. 

agents: 
Rev. Geo. A. Mark. H. H. Kreider, Esq. 



LEBANON VALLEY ( OLOIGE. 



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Fennsylvania (Jonffrewe : 

The Eer, Z. A. C'olestock, The Kev. Mr. Owen, 
L. F. Eberly, Esq. 



Allegheny Conferenee : 
The Rev. VVm. B. Dick, The Eev. (tteo. WAtiONER. 

Virginia Confer ence : 

The Rev. A, M. Evers, The Rev. Isaiah Baltzel 

The Rev. Mr. Kiracofe. 

East German Conference: 

The Rev. John A. Sand, The Rev. J. Runk, 

The Rev. Job Light. 



East Fennsylvania Conference : 

The Rev. C. T. Poulton, The Rev. D. O'Farrel, 
The Rev. Isaiah Carpenter. 



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Bev. T. B. VirKBOW A. 3L, 

I'kesident of the College, 

'Profecsor or I^elles-Lettres and (Philocophij. 

LrCIAX H. HAMMOND, A. 3L, 

Jprojesso^- oj the Greel: and Latin Lang-uagss and^ Literature. 

E. BENJ. BIEBMAA, A. M., 

JPrq/essor of the Engdish ctnd^ G-erman Lang'uag'ea and. Lite7-ature. 



'Professor of J^/Tatheniatics and, j\iatu'/-al Science. 

Miss B. 0. STBAWINSKI, M. A., 

^lusic. French <'md the Orncanentcd ^ranches. 

JOHN WESLEY ETTEB, 

-Teacher of Penmanship an-.l Jfooh-Keepi-ng-. 

(f. SELTZEB MEILY, 

Tufor in the Engdich pranchee. 
To hf r^upplied. 












LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS. 



Names. 



P08T Office. 



J. VVesley Ettek. PoiceU's VaUey, 
C. Seltzer Meily, Lebanon, 
John H. Graybeill, Annvilh. 
John K. Fisher, JIambujy, 

Ezra H. Gingrich, Annville. 
John H. Kinports, Jr., Annville. 

<0^o JT-kainateb 



Room 

2 S. C. 
2 S. C\ 

37 X. (^ 



FRESHMAN CLASS. 



Names. Post Office. 

Frank S, Fisher, Annville. 

Robert Steinmetz, Annville. 

Hiram E. Steinmetz, Durlach^ 

Austin Best, Eheiiy's Mills. 

Henry B. Stehman, Moimtville., 



Room. 



Mrs. Steiiinietz's 

9 S. C. 
37 K C. 



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SENIOR PREPARATORY CLASS. 



Names 

Z. S. G. Light, 
AC. F. Kerkeslager, 
Jas. G. Eberhart, 
John R. Wright, 
John X. Riland, 
John E. Lehman, 
Frank !N". Herr, 
Thomas S. Stein, 
Rebecca Ivinports, 
A, Lizzie Imboden, 
Ellen J. Mark, 



Post Office. 


Room 




Avon, 


38 K 


C. 


Schuylkill Haven, 


28 N. 


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Shrewsbim/, 


24 X. 


c 


Prospect dile, 


24 A^ 


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Friedem^burg, 


25 N. 


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Annville, 


6 S. 


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Harrisburg, 


8H N. 


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Annville, 






Annville, 






Annville. 






Annville, 







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PREPARATORY CLASS. 



Eugene A. C'rall, 
Willie R. Yickroy, 
Jacob 0. Crall, 
Lizzie E. Weidman, 
Louisa C'. Trump, 
Lizzie E. Mase, 
Charles D. Wood, 
Samuel P, Johns, 
Philip J. Shaeffer, 
Edwin D. Hatch, 
Jonathan M. Nies, 



Annville. 

Annville, 

Annville. 

Annville. 

Annville. 

Annville. 

Clearfield, 

Mayleton, 

Lebanon. 

Philadelphia, 

Hamburg, 



It) N. C. 



23 K C. 

23 N. C. 

32 K C. 

37 ^\ V. 



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SENIOR CLASS. 

Nam--. Post Office. Koom. 

AVm. B. 1'odenhorn, AnnviUe^ 

^[ary ^\ Weiss, Shaefferstown, Judge Kiiiportt 

Albert ', Kigler. Annville, 

SFeiiiaf.h, S. 



SECOND YEAR. 



Jaco:; B. Burgner, 
Chas. S. Daniels, 
Olem.-mie L. Ulrich, 
Jane E, Kauffman, 



Pineyrove^ 
Bernville, 
AvMville, 
AnnviUe, 



10 S. C. 
51 X. C. 



3ataL, 4. 



A]>AM B. AVagner, 
(\ f. ackerman, 
John Piper, 
Adam E. Forney, 
Jas, H. Miller, 
John E. Herr, 
John H. Fisher, 
Israel S. Gruber, 
Adam L. Smith, 
Ephraim S. Light, 
Mary A. Moyer, 



FIRST YEAR, 

Upper Bern, 

Stoystown, 

NewviUe, 

AnnviUe. 

Bernville, 

AnnviUe. 

Manor Hill, 

AnnviUe. 

Stevens, 

Fredericksbury 

Myerstown. 



89 K C. 

25 X. C. 

14 vS. C. 

13 S. C. 
13 S. C. 

26 K C. 

15 S. C. 



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PREPARATORY CLASS. 



N.VME. 

AVtt.liam F. Kreoker, 
Alice E. Seabold, 
Aarox T. Feltv, 
Joseph A Smith, 
A A RON F. Heilman. 
George Melliwjer, 
Henry Herr, 
John A. Early, 
E- L. Smith, 
John A. Meyer, 
John C, Dovey, 
Adam H. Gin(JRICH, 
Philip B. Fernsler, 
Samuel Ulrich, 
John A. Gingrich, 
Mary J. Seiders, 
John L. Stewart, 
Simon S. Brandt, 
John H. Sheesley, 
Monroe Yeagly, 
Henry C. Dillman, 
Hiram Herman, 
Sallie E. Collier, 
John A. McClurg, 
Emma Iv. Rigler, 
John G. Stouffer, 
H. W. Huntsberger, 
C. W. Heintzelman, 
Peter Graybeill, 
Ellen L. Maulfair, 
L. F. Greenawalt, 



Post Office. 

Fnedenshiinj. 

AnnviUe. 

EUwoo'J^ 

Annville^ 

Lebanon^ 

Stoughstow}!. 

Annville. 

West Hancjver^ 

Stevens. 

Lebanon^ 

Shenandoah City^ 

AimviUe, 

Lebanon^ 

Annville^ 

Huramelstown^ 

PowelVs Valley^ 

R leinfeUei'Sville^ 

Mount Joy, 

Progress, 

Lebanon, 

HeweUyn, 

Jackson Hall, 

PowelVs Valley, 

Derry, 

Annville^ 

Unio7i Deposit, 

Annville, 

Port Treverton, 

Annville, 

Derry, 

Silver Springs, 



KooM. 

9 S. C. 
10 S. ('. . 



14 S. (\ 
30 K C. 

26 :n^ C. 

19 S. C. 

16 S. C. 

15 S. C. 

Mrs. Heisy's. 
14 K C. 
Mr. Smith's. 

9 S. C. 

4 S. C. 

20 S. C. 
25 S. C. 
14 K C. 

Wm. McClurg's 

Mr. Frank's. 

35 K C. 

Mr. Maulfair's. 
24 S. C. 




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f^TSAX E, RlEGEKT, 

Jacob' Keller, 
Annie M. Siegrist, 
Thomas Breneiser, 
Elkanah V. Buck, 
Aaron A\". Carmany, 
Allen AV. Tate, 
Monroe P. Sanders, 
Amos Reist, 
John G. Dissinger, 
Henry Shenk, 
Samuel H, Xissley, 
Ezra "SVolf, 
Peter W. Speicher, 
Carrie L. Keller, 
Zachary T. Light, 
AViLsoN Sechler, 
Amos Biever, 
Albert S. Keller, 
Mandon H. Dunbore, 
iSiMON G. Good, 
Jacob R. Ridenour, 
Moses R. Wagner, 
Adam Shenk, 
Isaiah S. Smith, 
ExMMA S. Fisher, 
Jeremiah S. Yaukey, 
Louisa S. Leisenring, 
Kettie C. Price, 
Cyrus Behm, 
Adam Behm, 
Samuel P. Black, 



Post Offxcx. 

A n nviUe, 

Stoaghstown^ 

AnnviUe. 

Beading^ 

Tjehanon, 

Anmille., 

Cfearjield, 

Shaeferstoicn, 

AnnviUe, 

IteinholdsviUe, 

AnmrlUe, 

MiddJetown^ 

Sc^hoeneck^ 

AvnviUe, 

Liehanon, 

Lebanon J 

Albany, 

East Hanover, 

A /bang, 

Bernville, 

FayeiteviUe, 

Mgersville, Md., 

Upper Bern, 

A nnville, 

Mgersville, Md., 

AnnviUe, 

Fagetteville, 

AnnvW.e, 

Lebanon, 

AnnviUe^ 

AnnviUe, 

AnnviUe, 



Room. 

14 S. C. 

30 :n'. c. 

Mrs. Buck'^ 

38 X. C. 
29 y, C. 

29 y. C. 

18 S, C, 

30 K C- 

14 is^, C. 

Mr. Light's. 

22 S. C. 

4 S. C, 

22 S. C. 

21 S. C. 

15 S. C. 
26 S. C. 

39 K C. 

26 S. C. 
25 S. C. 
Mr. Price's. 



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ELEMENTARY CLASS. 




Name. 

Laura E. Saylor, 
Benj. F. Karmaxy, 
A. Lizzie Eudy, 
Mattie Mohx, 
Mary A, Ditzler, 
Sadie B. Crall, 
Cyrus Herr, 
S. Percy Viceroy, 
John A. Sayrs, 
Curtis J. Smith, 
Jonas Schott, 
Harvy C. Hoverter, 
^Villie H- Benson, 
Mary C. Steinmetz, 
Fannie C. Killinger, 
Samuel Moyer, 
Rosie Ann Swope, 
Ellen B. Sherk, 
Morris Kreii^er, 
William 0. Herr, 
Aaron G. Herr, 
Mary A. Gockley, 



Post Office. 

AnnvUle^ 

Lebanon, 

Annville' 

Myerstown, 

Annville^ 

Annville, 

Jonestovm^ 

Annville^ 

Port Trevorion. 

Annvilh^ 

Mahanoy City^ 

Annville^ 

Colebrook^ 

Annville, 

Annville, 

An7iville, 

Annville, 

Annville, 

Annville, 

Annville, 

Annville, 

Avon, 



Room. 
Mr. Karnmnys. 
Mi-s. Moliirs, 

18 S, C, 
16 X. C. 
35 X, C. 

50 X, C\ 

30 X. C. 



^LementcLtiaiik . 



]Mr. Gocklej's. 



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Name* 

John J. Bolton, 
Frank S, Fisher, 
Aaron 1\ Felty, 
Alfred W, Breinig, 
tSAMUEL H. Boyd, 
Adam L. Smith, . 
ISRAEL S. Gruber, 
Alexander Winlack, 
J, Frank Harbster, 
Levi A. Sherk, 
John A. Meyer, 
Wm. B. Detweiler, 
Jonas G. Stehman, 
John L, Van Reed, 
Jacob S. Oarmany, 
Thomas P. Betts, 
Robert Perry, 
MosER Brumbach, 
George W. Bair, 
Aaron M. Siegrist, 



Post' Office. 
Huminelsiowii) , 
AnnviUe, 
Efficood^ 
AUentoini. 
Columbia, 
Stevens^ 
AnnviUe, 
Silver Creel\ 
Reading^ 
Jonestovm, 
Ijebanoii^ 
Mount Joy^ 
Mountville, 
Beading^ 
Pall my ra, 
Downsville, Md., 
Port Carbon, 
Sinking Springs, 
AnnviUe, 
Annvilk\ 



Mr. Bolton's. 

10 S. C. 

8 S. C\ 

38 :n^ c. 

26 X. C. 

21 S. C. 
20 S. 0. 
13 S. C. 
19 S. C. 

38 K C. 

39 K C. 

10 s. c. 

Mr. Steinmetz't^ 

8 8. C. 

36 X. C. 

8 S. C. 



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c. f. ackerman, 
Austin Best, 
Wm. B. Bodenhorn, 
E. V. Buck, 
Sallie J. Collier, 
Eugene A. Crall, 
Jacob C. Crall, 
Sadie B. Crall, 
C. S. Daniels, 
H. C. Dillman, 

J. G. DiSSINGER, 

Mary A. Ditzler, 
J. C. Dovey, 
Jas, G. Eberhart, 
John K. Fisher, 
Frank S. Fisher, 
John H. Fisher, 
Emma K. Fisher, 
Adam R. Forney, 
Ezra H. Gingrich, 
John H. Graybeill, 
Peter Graybeill, Jr., 
C. W. Heintzelman, 
Hiram Herman, 
Frank X. Herr, 
Haryy C. Hoverter, 
A. Lizzie Imboden, 



Jane E. Kauffman, 
Jacob Keller, 
Fanny C. Killinger, 
Rebecca Kinports, 
John H. Kinports, 
Wm. F. Krecker, 
John E. Lehman, 
Z. S. G. Light, 
Ephraim 8. Light, 
Ellen J. Mark, 
Lizzie E. Mase, 
Ellen B. Maulfair, 
•John A. Meyer, 
Mary A. Moyer, 
Jon. M. Nies. 
Nettie C. Price, 
Susan E. Riegert, 
Emma K, Rigler, 
John J!^. Riland, 
Jennie L. Roop, 
A. Lizzie Rudy, 
Laura E. Saylor, 
Monroe P. Sanders, 
John A. Sayrs, 
Alice E. Seabold, 
Mary J. vSeiders, 
Annie M. Siegrist. 



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A. L. Smith, 
E. L. Smith, 
Jonas Gr. Stehman, 
Harry B, Stehman, 
Hiram E. Steinmetz, 
Robert Steinmetz, 
Mary C. Steinmetz, 
John L. Stewart, 
Thomas S. Stein, 
Allen W. Tate, 

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J. S. 



Louisa C, Trump, 
Clemmie L. IJlrich, 
John L. Van Reed, 
Willie R. Yickroy, 
S. Percy Vickroy, 
Adam B. Wagner, 
Lizzie E. Weidman, 
Mary A. Weiss, 
John R. Wright, 
Ezra B. Wolf, 
Yaukey. 



IHtisic 011 the f ian0, #rgatt ov (^ultav. 



Austin Best, 
Jacob C. Crall, 
C. S. Daniels, 
Mary A. Ditzler, 
Ezra H. Gingrich, 
Mary A. Gockley, 
J. F. Harbster, 
C. W. Heintzelman, 
F. ^T. Herr, 
Hiram Herman, 
Haryy C. Hoverter, 
Fanny C. Killinger, 
M. F. Kerkeslager, 



J. S. 



John E. Lehman, 
Mary A. Moyer, 
A. Lizzie Rudy, 
Jennie L. Roop, 
Annie M. Siegrist, 
Ellen B. Sherk, 
Jonas Schott, 
Jonas G. Stehman, 
Harry B. Stehman, 
Louisa C. Trump, 
Clemmie L. Ulrich, 
Willie R. Viceroy, 
S. Percy VickrOy, 
Yaukey. 



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©iClkss ill f ciicil ^vairing.; 



Wm, II. Benson, 
Sallie J. Collier, 
Eugene A. Crall, 
Jacob C. Crall, 
C. S. Daniels, 
J. C. Dovey, 
J AS. G. Eberhart, 
F. H. Fisher, 
Ezra II. Gingrich, 
Israel S. Gruber, 
Edwin D. Hatch, 
C. AV. Heintzelman, 
Franklin ]^. Herr, 
Harvy C. Hoverter, 
Henry Huntsber(^er, 
Jane E. Kauffman, 
Carrie L. Keller, 
Fanny C. Killinger, 
Rebecca Kinports, 
John H. Kinports, 



M. F. Kerkeslager, 
Wm. F. Krecker, 
Louisa C. Leisenring, 
Lizzie E. Mase, 
Jas. II. Miller, 
John A. Meyer, 
Susan E. Riegert, 
John IST. Riland, 
A. Lizzie Rudy, 
John A. Sayrs, 
Annie M. Siegrist, 
Philip J. Shaeffer, 
John H. Sheesley, 
Joseph A. Smith, 
Curtis J. Smith, 
Thos. S. Stein, 
John G. Stouffer, 
Louisa C. Trump, 
Willie R. Viceroy,' 
S. Percy Vickroy, 
Ezra Wolf. 



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C F. Ackerman, 
Wm. B. Bodenhorn, 
Eugene A. Crall, 
Jacob C. Crall, 
Chas. S. Daniels, 
Frank S. Fisher, 



Mary 



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Jane E. Kauffman, 
John H. Kinports. 
Philip J. Shaeffer, 
H. B. Stehman, 
Louisa C. Trump, 
Willie K. Vickroy. 
A. Weiss. 

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Classical Department. 

Sophomores, 6 

Freshmen, 5 

Senior Prepciraforians, 11 

Jynior PreiMratorians 11 

— 33. 

Scientific Department. 

Seniors, 3 

SeeonJ Year, 4 

First Year, 11 

Preparatorians, 63 

EJementarians, 22 



Commercial Department. 

Course, {eompleterf ,) 6 

Course, {not yet eompleted,) 14 

Ornamental Department. 

Vocal Music, 75 

InstrmnentaJ Music. 27 

Pencil Drawing, 41 

Pastel or Crayon, 13 



103. 



20. 



156. 



Total in all Departments, 312. 

Deduct number counted more than once, 161. 

Total number of Students, 151. 

ABBREVIATIONS. 

N. ('. — New (.'ollkgk. S. C. — South Oollkge. 



CHARTERED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 




PREPARATORY CLASS. 



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N.VME. 

William F. Krecker, 
Alice E, Sea bold, 
Aaron T. Felty, 
Joseph A Smith, 
Aaron F. IIeilman. 
(teoroe Mellixger, 
Henry Herr, 
John A. Early. 
E. L. Smith, 
John A. Meyer, 
John C. Dovey, 
Adam H, Gingrich, 
Philip B. Fernsler, 
Samuel TJlrich, 
John A. Gingrich, 
Mary J. Seiders, 
John L. Stewart, 
Simon S. Brandt, 
John H. Sheesley, 
Monroe Yeagly, 
Henry C. Dillman, 
Hiram Herman, 
Sallie E. Collier, 
John A. McClurcj, 
Emma K. Rigler, 
John G. Stouffer, 
H. W. Huntsberger, 
C. W. Heintzelman, 
Peter Graybeill, 
Ellen L. Maulfair, 
L. F. Greenawalt, 



Post Office. 
Fnedenshurg^ 
Annville, 
Elhcood,, 
Amiville, 
Lebanon^ 
Stoughstown. 
Annville^ 
West Hanover. 
Stevens^ 
Lebanon^ 
Shenandoah City^ 
Annville^ 
Jjehanon^ 
Annville^ 
Harariielstown^ 
PowelVs VaUey^ 
K leinfeltersville^ 
Mount Joy^ 
Progress^ 
Lebanon^ 
Llewellyn^ 
Jackson Hall.., 
PowelVs Valley., 
Berry, 
Annville, 
Union Deposit, 
Annville, 
Port Treverton, 
AnnviUe., 
Derry, 
Silver Springs, 



Room. 
9 S. C. 

10 S. C". 



14 S. ('. 

30 K C. 
26 X. C. 

19 S. C. 
16 S. C. 

15 S. 0. 

Mrs. Pleisy's. 
14 X. C. 
Mr. Smith's. 

9 S. C\ 

4 S. ('. 

20 S. 0. 
25 S. C. 
14 F. C\ 

Wm. AfcClurg's 

Mr. Frank's. 

35 K C. 

Mr. Maulfair's. 
24 S. C. 





LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE- 



Name- 

Susan E^ Riegert^ 
Jacob Keller, 
Annie M. Sieori&t, 
Thomas Breneiser^ 
Elkanah Y. Euck^ 
Aaron ^V. Carmany^ 
Allen AA^, Tate, 
Monroe P, Sanders, 
Amos Reist, 
John Gr. Bissinger, 
Henry Shenk, 
Samuel H. Nissley, 
Ezra Wolf, 
Peter W. Speicher, 
Carrie L. Keller, 
Zachary T. Light, 
AViLsoN Sechler, 
Amos Biever, 
Albert S. Keller, 
Mandon H. Dundore, 
Simon G. Good, 
Jacob R. Ridenour, 
Moses R. AA'agner, 
Adam Shenk, 
Isaiah S. Smith, 
ExMMA S. Fisher, 
Jeremiah S. Yaukey, 
Louisa S. Leisenring, 
:N'ettie C. Price, 
Cyrus Behm, 
Adam Behm, 
Samuel P. Black, 



Post Officr 

AnnviUe, 

StoK.ghstoiniy 

AnnmUe. 

Heading^ 

Lebanony 

Annville^ 

Charjield., 

Shaeferstovm, 

AnnvWej 

Reinholdsville, 

AnnviUe, 

Middletown, 

Schoeneckj 

Annviller 

Lebanon, 

Letanmiy 

Albany, 

East Hanover, 

Albany, 

Bernville, 

FayettevUle, 

Myersville, 3Id., 

Upper Bern, 

Annville, 

Myersville, Md., 

Annville, 

FayettevUle, 

Annville, 

Lebanon, 

Annville^ 

Annville, 

Annville, 



KooM- 

14 S. C. 

SO IS. C, 
Mrs. Buck's, 

38 X. C. 
29 y. C. 

29 N. C. 

18 S. C, 
80 K C, 

14 IT, C, 
Mr. Light's. 

22 S. C. 

4 S. C. 

22 S. C. 

21 S. C. 

15 S, C. 
26 S. C, 
39 K,C. 

26 S. C. 

25 S. C. 

Mr. Price's. 



<§>i.eJzaiataiLaak ..bS. 




CHARTEEED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 



11 



ELEMENTARY CLASS. 




Xame. 

Laura E. Saylor, 
Benj. F. Karmany, 
A. Lizzie Rudy, 
Mattie Mohn, 
Mary A, Ditzleil 
Sadie B. Crall, 
Cyrus Herr, 
S. Percy Viceroy, 
John A, ISayrs, 
Curtis J. Smith, 
Jonas Schott, 
Harvy C. Hoverter, 
Willie H. Benson, 
Mary C. Steinmetz, 
Fannie C. Killin«er, 
Samuel Moyer, 
RosiE Ann Swope, 
Ellen B. Sherk, 
Morris Kreider, 
William 0. Herr, 
Aaron G. Herr, 
Mary A. Gockley, 



Post Office. 

AnnvUle^ 

Lebanon, 

Annville^ 

Myerstown^ 

Annville^ 

Annville, 

Jonestown^ 

Annville^ 

Port Trevorton. 

Annville^ 

Mahanoy City^ 

Annville^ 

Colehrook^ 

Annville, 

Annville, 

Annville^ 

Annville, 

Anjiville, 

Annville^ 

Annville^ 

Annville, 

Avon, 



"Rooit. 

Mr. Karmaiiy's. 
Mrs. Mohn's. 

18 S. C. 
16 K C. 
35 K C. 

50 K C, 

30 K C. 



^lernetitailanA . 



Miv Gockley's. 





LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



S^i 



ml Stttdcub.' 



Namej* 

John J, Boltox, 
Frank 8. Fisher, 
Aaron T, Felty, 
Alfred W. Breinig, 
SamI'EL II. Boyd, 
Adam L. Smith, 
Israel S, G ruber, 
Alexander Winlack, 
J. Frank ILarbster, 
Levi A. Sherk, 
John A. Meyer, 
Wm. B. Bet.weiler, 
Jonas (>. ^^TEHMAN. 
John L. Van Reed, 
Jacob fS, Oarmany, 
Thomas P. Betts, 
Robert Perry, 
\1oser Brumbach, 
George W, Bair, 
Aaron ^1. Sieorist, 



Po-iT Office, 

RuDimelstoioK 

Annville. 

E /J wood, 

AUenioini. 

Columbia^ 

Stevens, 

Annville. 

Silver Creel-, 

Beeuiing, 

Jonestown, 

Lebanon, 

Mount Joy, 

Mowntville, 

Heading, 

Palmyra, 

Downsville, lid., 

Port Carbon, 

Sinking Spiings, 

Annville, 

Annville, 



KOOM. 

^Ir. Bolton's. 

10 S. C. 

8 S. C. 

38 :n\ c. 

26 y. C. 

21 S. C. 
20 S. C. 
13 S. C. 
19 S. 0. 

38 K 0. 

39 K C. 
10 S. C. 

Mr. Steiiimetz's. 

8 S. C. 
36 X. 0. 

8 S. G. 



^alal W. 



@», 



i^. 



w 



CHAETEEED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 



■%>:! 



IS 



g^d 



m% in '^otal 2liu5it.|^ 



c. f. ackermax, 
Austin Best, 
Wm. B. Bodenhorx, 
E. V. Buck, 
Sallie J. Collier, 
Eugene A. Orall, 
Jacob C Crall, 
Sadie B. Crall, 
C. S. Daniels, 
H. C. Dillman, 

J. G. DiSSINGER, 

Mary A. Ditzler, 
J. C. Doyey, 
Jas. G. Eberhart, 
John K. Fisher, 
Frank S. Fisher, 
John IL Fisher, 
Emma K. Fisher, 
Ai>AM R. Forney, 
Ezra H. Gingrich, 
John H. Graybeill, 
Peter Graybeill, Jr., 
C. W. Heintzelman, 
Hiram Herman, 
Frank ^. Herr, 
Harvy C. Hoverter, 
A. Lizzie Imbolen, 



Jane E, Kauffman, 
Jacob Keller, 
Fanny C. Killinger, 
Rebecca Ivinports, 
John H. Kinports, 
\Vm. F. Krecker, 
John E. Lehman, 
Z, S. G. Light, 
Ephraim S. Light, 
Ellen J. Mark, 
Lizzie E. Mase, 
Ellen B. Maulfair, 
John A. Meyer, 
Mary A. Moyer, 
Jon. M. Nies. 
!N^ettie C. Price, 
Susan E. Riegert, 
Emxma K. Rigler, 
John JST. Riland, 
Jennie L. Roop, 
A. Lizzie Rudy, 
Laura E. Saylor, 
Monroe P. Sanders, 
John A. Sayrs, 
Alice E. Seabold, 
Mary J. Seiders, 
Annie M. Siegrist. 



tm 






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LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



A. L. Smith, 
E. L. Smith, 
Jonas G. Stehmax, 
Harky B. Stehman, 
Hiram E. Steinmetz, 
Robert Steinmetz, 
Mary C. Steinmetz, 
John L. Stewart, 
Thomas S. Stein, 
Allen W. Tate, 



Louisa C. Trump, 
Clemmie L. Ulrich, 
John L. Van Reed, 
Willie R. Viceroy, 
S. Percy Viceroy, 
Adam B. Wagner, 
Lizzie E. Weidman, 
Mary A. Weiss, 
John R. Wright, 
Ezra B. Wolf, 
J. S. Yaukey. 



3ataL.. _ - ,....'/ 3. 




I^uslc 0n tfte f iimo, ©vgau ov duitar. 



Austin Best, 
Jacob C. Crall, 
C. S. Daniels, 
Mary A. Ditzler, 
Ezra H. Gingrich, 
Mary A. Gockley, 
J. F. Harbster, 
C. W, Heintzelman, 
F. :S". Herr, 
Hiram Herman, 
Haryy C. Hoverter, 
Fanny C. Killinger, 
M. F, Kerkeslager, 



John E. Lehman, 
Mary A. Moyer, 
A. Lizzie Rudy, 
Jennie L. Roop, 
Annie M. Siegrist, 
Ellen B. Sherk, 
Jonas Schott, 
Jonas G. Stehman, 
Harry B. Stehman, 
Louisa C. Trump, 
Clemmie L. Ulrich, 
Willie R. Viceroy, 
S. Percy Viceroy, 
S. Yaukey. 




3o.taL ^7. 




CHARTERED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 



15 



(©l^kss in fcncil gvauiing; 



AVm, H. Benson, 
Sallie J. Collier, 
Eugene A. Crall, 
Jacob C. Crall, 
C, S. Daniels, 
J. C. Dovey, 
Jas. G. Eberhart, 
F. H. Fisher, 
Ezra H. Gingrich, 
Israel S. Gruber, 
Edwin D. Hatch, 
C. W. Heintzelman, 
Franklin 'N. Herr, 
Harvy C. Hoverter, 
Henry Hunts berger, 
Jane E. Kauffman, 
Carrie L. Keller, 
Fanny C. Killinger, 
Rebecca Kinports, 
John H. Kinports, 



M. F. Kerkesla(}er, 
Wm. F. Krecker, 
Louisa C. Leisenring, 
Lizzie E. Mase, 
Jas. H. Miller, 
John A. Meyer, 
Susan E. Riegert, 
John N. Riland, 
A, Lizzie Rudy, 
John A. Sayrs, 
Annie M. Siegrist, 
Philip J. Shaeffer, 
John H. Sheesley, 
Joseph A. Smith, 
Curtis J. Smith. 
Thos. S. Stein, 
John G. Stouffer, 
Louisa C. Trump, 
Willie R. Viceroy, 
S. Percy Viceroy, 
Ezra AVolf. 



^atal 4/. 



(Si 



^laiss in ^HStel ox livapiuf^ 



c f. ackerman, 
AVm. B. Bodenhorn, 
Eugene A. Crall, 
Jacob C, Crall, 
Chas. S. Daniels, 
Frank S. Fisher, 



Jane E. Kauffman, 
John H. Kinports. 
Philip J. Shaeffer, 
H. B. Stehman, 
Louisa C. Trump, 
AVillie R. Viceroy. 
Mary A. Weiss. 

13. 




16 LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



-^s^'^gumwani.f^M^ 



Classical Department. 

>Sophomores^ <5 

Freshmen, 5 

Senior Preparatorians, 11 

Junior Preparatorians 11 



Q'^ 



Scientific Department. 

Seniors, 3 

Second Year, 4 

First Year, 11 

Preparatorians, 63 

Ef.emeniarians, 22 

— 103. 

Commercial Department. 

Course, {completed,) 6 

Course, {not yet completed,) 14 

— 20. 

Ornamental Department. 

Vocal Music, 75 

Instrumental Mum-, 27 

Pencil Drawing, 41 

Pastel or Crayon, 13 

— 156. 



Total in all Departmerds, 312. 

Deduct number counted niore than once, 161. 

Total number of Students, 151. 

ABBEEYIATIONS. 

N. v. — Neav ('ollkgk. S. C — South Oollkge. 



r 



CHVRTERED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 



25 



SECOND YEAR. 



FALL TERM. 

Enullsh, 

Political Economy. Carey. 

Mathematics. 

Higher Algebra, [io (Quadratics.) Kobixson. 

Geometry, "{Finished. ) Robinson. 

Xatural Science. 

Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene. Clutter. 

WINTER TERM. 

EN(iLISH. 

The Science of Government. Aldex. 

Mathematics. 

Higher Algebra, {Quadratics and Proportion.) 



Plane Trigonometry 
xs"atural Science. 

Structnral Botany. 



Robinson. 
Robinson. 

Gray. 



SPRING TERM. 
English. 

Mental Philosophy, {to Part II.) 
Mathematics. 

Higher Algebra, {iSeries and Higher Uquations.) 

Robinson 

Spherical Trigonometry. 
Natural Science. 

Structnral Botany, {Continued.) 

Xatural Philosophy, {to Undulations.) 



Porter, 



Robinson. 
Gray. 

SiLLIMAN. 



THROUGHOTJT THE YEAR. 



Natural Theology, ( Weekly.) 
Original Orations, {Monthly.) 



Pa LEY. 



^ 



26 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLE&E, 



SENIOR YEAR. 



FALL TERM. 

English. 

Mental l*hilosopliy, {Completed.) 
Rhetoric. 

Mathematics.. 

Conic Sections. 

Analytical Geometry, {Begun.) 

Xatural Science. , ,, 

Natural Thilosophy. SillixMAN & 1 hysics. 



PORTEK, 

Day, 

Robinson. 
Robinson. 



WlisTER TERM. 

Knglish, 

The Elements of Logic, 

Ethics. 

Moral Philosophy. 

Mathematics. 

Analytical Geometry, {Completed.) 

]S"atural Science. 
Chemistry. 

SPRING TERM, 

English. 

The Elements of Criticism. 

Natural Science. 
Astronomy. 
Geology. 

Ethics. 

Analogy of Religion, 



McCosH. 

Fairchild. 

Robinson. 

Porter. 

Boyd's Kames. 

Davis. 
Dana. 

Butler. 



THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. 

Evidences of Christianity, ( Weekly.) Paley. 

AYritten Discussions, {monthly.) 



^ 



0^ 

la 



CHARTERED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 



pass in tfte ^trdettt ^flttguagi^s. 



FIRST YEAR. 



FALL TERM. 

French. 

Oral Method, {Part I.) 
German. 

German Grammar. 

\VIA[TER TY.llM 
French. 

Oral -Method, (Fart 11.) 

(jtERMAN. 

German Grammar, (coitipletetL) 
German Reader, (Begun.) 

SPRING TERM. 
French. 

Oral Method, {Part III.) 
German. 

German Reader, [completed.) 



Keetels, 

AVORMAN, 

Keetels. 

WORMAN. 

AVorman. 

Keetels. 
Worm AN. 



SECOND YEAR. 



FALL TERM. 
French. 

Les Aventnres de Telemaque, {Fenelon.) Fasquelle 
German. 

Maid of Orleans. 

WIXTER TERM. 
French. 

Vie de Xa[»oleon, [Duiiia.s.) 
German. 

Hand Book of German Literatnre. 

SPRIXG TERM. 
French. 

Literatnre de Francaise. 
German. 

Hand Book, {eontinued.) 



SeHILLER. 

Fasquelle. 
Adler. 

Ghapsal. 
Aw.er. 



Abundant Exercises., Written and Conversational^ 
throughout the course. 



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28 LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



;:^' 
.'^~ 



I. Course in Vocal Music 

Two classes are organized in Vocal Music at the 
beginning of each Term. The advanced class has drill 
exercises and practice in Quartette and Chorus Singing. 
The second class is designed for beginners and such as are 
not sufficiently proficient to read music readily and cor- 
rectlv. 



II. Course in Instrumental Music. 

/. (^n the SPiana. 

Richardson's Instruction Book ; Czerney's Ecole de 
Velocite, Books 1. 2 and 3. Selections from popular com- 
posers. 

^. dPn ike WtQ^an. 
Root and Cady's School for the C^rgan ; A'ocal and 
Instrumental Sheet Music. 

3. (Dn the ^Ltitat. 

Curtiss's Method for the Spanish Guitar ; A^ocal and 
rnstrumental Sheet Music. 



III. Course in Drawing and Painting 

1. Lessons in drawing straight lines, angles and recti- 

linear figures. 

2. Exercises in plain figures with the means of giving 

character. 

3. Curved lines, circles and all objects in which they are 

found. 
I. Exercises in perspective. 

5. Faces and figures in pencil or crayon. 

6. Faces and figures in pastel. Landscapes in oil painting. 




CHARTERED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE 



29 



tgvew and ^iplamasi.l^ 



BACHELOR OF ARTS.— This degree will be con- 
ferred in course upon any student of the College who shall 
complete the studies of the classical course and shall }»ass 
a satisfactory examination upon the same. 

BACHELOR OF SCIEXCE.— This degree will be 
couferred in course upon any student of the College who 
shall complete the course in Latin or the Modern Lan- 
guages, in addition to the studies prescribed in the Sci- 
entilic Course, and pass a satisfactory examination upon 
the same. 

MISTRESS OF ARTS.— This degree will be con- 
ferred in course upon any female student who shall com- 
plete the Classical Course, omitting some of the Higher 
Mathematics and Greek, and substituting German and 
French. 

MASTER OF ARTS.— This degree will be con- 
ferred upon any Bachelor of Arts who has, for at least 
three years since his graduation, devoted himself to lite- 
rar}^ or professional pursuits and has during the same time 
sustained a good moral character. . 

MASTER OF SCIEXCE.— This degree will be con- 
ferred upon any Bachelor of Science, who has for at least 
three years since his graduation, devoted himself to scien- 
tific or professional pursuits, and has during the same 
time sustained a good moral character. 

CERTIFICATE.— To any student who completes the 
Scientfic Course, a Certificate will be given. 

DIPLOMAS. — A Diploma certifying the fact will be 
given to any student upon whom a degree in course is 
conferred, for which the fee in each case will be S5. 




30 LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



Lebanon Valley Colleiie is the property of tlie 
Church of the United Brethren in Christ, and is under their 
supervision and patronage. It was opened on the 7th of 
May, 1866, and was chartered with ample Collegiate 
powers in April, 1867. 

Annville, the seat of the College, is a beautiful rural 
village, situated in one of the most delightful portions of, 
the beautiful Lebanon Valley. The village is noted for its 
healthfulness and freedom from those temptations to vice 
so connnon to cities and large towns. It is easily accessible 
from all points, since it is located on the direct route of 
Railroad travel from Harrisburg, via Reading, to Pliila- 
delphia or Xew York. Trains stopping at Annville leave 
Harrisburg and Reading three times a day, Sundays 
excepted. 



Buildings and Grounds. 

There are two large buildings and a campus of about 
six acres. The buildings are of brick and are capable of 
accommodating a large number of students. All non- 
resident students board in the institution, and hence are 
under the continual care of the President and l*rofessors. 



FurnJsiiing and Outfit. 

Students are required to furnish their OAvn bedding, 
excepting the mattress, bolster and pillows. They should 
have their bkuikets, sheets, jn'Uov' eases and rJothivf/ indelibly 
marked with their full name. 



v^J 



CHARTERED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE. 



.©I^CMttsi and Kacatiowsi. 



31 



The Collegiate year is divided into three terms, one 
of 18 weeks and the other two of 12 weeks each. The 
Fall Term will begin on Monday, Angiist 22d, and will 
end on Friday, December the 23d. The Winter Term will 
begin on Wednesday, January 4, 1871, and will close on 
Fnday, March 24th, 1871. The Spring Term will begin 
on Monda}', April 3d, 1871, and will close on Friday, June 
23d, 1871. 

Students should all enter, if possible, on the Ji.rst day of 
the term. 



EXPENSES. 
BOARDING, WASHING, LIGHT, FUEL & TUITION. 

For Fall Term of 18 Weeks $88 50 

For Winter Term of 13 Weeks 59 00 

For Spring Term of 12 Weeks 59 00 

i^;^^ Students entering by the year will be (-harged but 
^'2S)'(i, provided. %1Q^ is paid in August aud. the other $100 
before the \bth of January. 

Day students will be charged 

For Fall Term of 18 Weeks, from $18 to $31. 
For Winter Term of 13 Weeks, from f 13 to $14. 
For Spring Term of 12 Weeks, from $12 to $14. 

There are no extra charges for penmanship, pencil 
drawing or crayoning. » 

Extra Charges. 

Fall Term. Winter Term. Sprint Term. 

Two Lessons per week on the Piano or organ \ *iv r>n (^^., /». *,.i ^r^ 

with use of instrument for practice \ ^^^ °" ^^^ "" *1^ ^0 

Two Lessons per week on the Guitar 15 00 10 00 10 00 

Vocal Music, two lessons per week 3 00 3 00 2 00 

Oil Painting, two lessons per week 13 00 8 00 8 00 

Pastel, two lessons per week 9 00 6 00 6 00 

Ornamental Penmanship, 8 lessons per week, 6 0" 4 00 ' 4 00 

Terms of Payment 

(3ne-half invariably in advance; the balance at the 
middle of the term. 




32 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



®ili 



tnc. 



The Goyehnment of tlie College is strict^ but parental. 

The object of tlie Institution is to aflbrd a home, where 
parents or guardians may place their children and wards 
wnth safety and profit, and where young- nien and young 
ladies may be fitted for usefulness under influences calcula- 
ted to refine their tastes, ennoble their aspirations, discipline 
their intellectual powers, and develop a high Christian 
character. 

1. Things Required. 

1. Registry of names before taking recitations. 

2. Settlement of bill according to the terms. 

3. Strict observance of the study hours. 

4. Full employment of time in study and recitation. 

5. Promptness in the duties of speaking, reading and writing. 

6. Strict observance of the Sabbath. 

7. Attendance of public worship twice on tlie Sabbath. 

8. Attendance of nwrniug prayers in the Chapel. 

9. Strict obedifuce of temporary prudential rules. 

10. Free access of any teacher to the room of any student. 

2. Things Prohibited. 

1. Unpermitted association of students of either sex. 

2. Games of chance ; the use of intoxicating drinks. 

3. Profane or obscene language; usinsr tobacco on the premises. 

4. Visiting on the Sabbath or during study hours. 

5. Clamerous noise in or about the buildings. 

6. Absence from the examinations or other required exercises. 

7. Leaving the College without permission. 

8. Frequentin i bar-rooms, groceries or other public places. 

9. Unpermitted absence from room after evening signal for study. 

10. L^npermitted societies among the students. 

11. Croaking, b,iokbiting, and all evil speaking. 

3. Penalties. 

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

Three demerit marks will subject a student to private reproof; six, to public 
reproof; nine, notice to parent or guardian, and twelve, to dismission. 

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

For graver offences, the punislimeuts are reproof, loss of privilege, contine- 
nient, dismission and expulsion. 




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CHSRTEREO KY THE STATE LE(;I8LATI"RE 





This depart uieut lins been specially arranged for *-aJ'rv- 
Ino- out all the minutijie of trade in its most complicated 
forms, and contains a K^otary Public's Office, Notion Store, 
Stationery Dept., Mining- Office, lieal Estate Agency Office, 
Steamboat, Kail Road aiKl Express Office,Stock Exchange, 
Iron and Agricultural Dept., Grain Emporium, Wholesale 
and Retail Grocery Store, 4'orwarding and Oommission 
Offices, Post Office,' Telegraph Office, Jo'bbing and Iinpoi't- 
ing House, Merchant "s Emporium and International Col- 
lege P>ank. These are all separate offices, by themselves, 
fitted up with finely carved counters and desks with glass 
fronts, money drawers, checks, notes, books and everything 
complete. 



glan of ^ttstvuctiom 



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M- 






The student is first instructed in the theory of business, 
endjracing Penmanship, Commercial Arithmetic, Oonnner- 
cial LaAv, and Book-Iveeping. En the latter, he is required 
to keep thirteen sets of books, embracing the whole theory 
of the science of accounts, together with all the rules for 
journalizing, posting, checking, taking Trial Balance, 
making out l^alance Sheets, closing Ledger, making out 
P)usiness Papers, &c., &c. After completing the studies of 
this Department, and passing a satisfactor}' examination 
thereon he is admitted into the Actual Business Depart- 
ment. Here the lousiness transpiring among the students, 
is just as actual as that which takes j^lace in the business 
world: he buys and sells, handles bank bills and specie, 
deposits and checks out the same ; gives and takes notes ; 
draws and accepts drafts, executes accounts, sale A^']) 



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34 



LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



t'l'RRENT ; makes out invoices, bills, &c. He tirst eoiiiiuen- 
ees as a sole trader, and after passing through all the ma- 
nipulations of trade, and beconiing conversant with the 
I'ules and law relating thereto, he takes in a partner, being 
now prepared through increase of capital and enlarged 
experience to extend his business operations. He then 
engages in some branch of Wholesale Jobbing, or Manit- 
FACTURiN(4 busiuess. Collections are made through ])anks 
and private agencies, and remittances sent in the usual 
manner. In conducting business upon this comprehensive 
plan, there is no form of Commercial paper in use that the 
student is not made familiar with, nor scarcely a usage of 
business that does not come before him in some shape or 
other. In buying and selling he learns to watch carefully 
all the phases of the market and to study the theory of gains 
from the practice he is afforded. He is also thoroughly 
drilled in original entries of all kinds and learns to rely 
on himself. Having had sufficient i>ractice in this direc- 
tion, he passes to the other departments and becomes, in 
turn, proprietor or employee in a Oommtssion House, For- 
WARnrN(4 House, (train Emporium, Eail Road Office, 
&('. From these positions he passes into the Merchandise 
Emporium, where he becomes in turn Shippinu Clerk, 
Salesman, Book-Keeper and Business Manager. 

After passing through all the offices and giving evidence 
of his proticiencv he is at last passed into the INTERNA- 
TIONAL CMJLLEOE BANK, where he becomes a linan- 
cier and learns to apply the lessons of his course in this 
direction. The BANK is fitted up in the most elegant 
style and is furnished with a complete set of l)Ooks, end:)ra- 
cing a Debit Journal, Credit Journal, General Ledger, De- 
posit Ledger, Discount Register, Collection Register, Do- 
mestic Tickler, Foreign Tickler, Passed Collection I3ook, 
Cash Book, Transfer Jjook, Installment Scrips, Certificates 
of Stock, &c. The Bank discounts notes, receives and 
pays money on deposit, makes collections, issues certificates 
of Stock, Certificates of Deposit, Bills of Exchange, &c., 
precisely the same as any regular bank. The student 
in turn performs all the duties connected with the follow- 
ing offices, viz : Collection Clerk, Discount Clerk, 
Receiving Teller, Paying Teller, Book-Keeper, Cash- 
fer, and becomes familiar with all the entries and proces- 
ses practised in banks. 



CHARTERED BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE 35 



^S 



A (ieseription in detail of the operations of the Corn- 
niercial Department would be neither more nor less than a 
portraiture of the regular business operations of any well 
ordered and extensive mercantile connnunit}'. xvTothing 
is FEIGNED, all is REAL. Everj note given, deposit made or 
check drawn, is foi* a consideration and represents value. 
An examination of the arrang-ements of business offices 
and the manner in which the business is conducted will 
secure to the student a high degree of perfection in the 
practical application of the science of accounts to business 
transactions. Everj^ ex})erienced business man will read- 
ily perceive the superior advantages of such a system of 
training, as it alone can secure that degree of skill and ac- 
curacy which the exigencies of business imperatively 
demand. 

The students of this Department have daily class 
drills in Commercial Law, Commercial Arithmetic, and 
Penmanship. 

The time recpiired to complete a course is from four to 
eight months, and the cost will be from $125 to ^190. 






lioarding, Washing, Light, Fuel and Room-rent, 

jyer week^ .1b4 0(1 

Life Scholarship, for full course, including all 
departments of Book-keeping, Commercial 
Law, Calculations, Correspondence, Partner- 
ship Settlements, i'enmanship, and Actual 
Business Practice, good at this College only. 40 00 

I'ext Books Avith full set of blanks ^ 20 00 



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36 LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE. 



^(g^ft^alendat: 



1870. 

Sahhath. Juhe 12ih, 10 oV/or-/;-, A. JL 

Annual Sermon by the Kev. Bishop AV'eaver. <A' 

Baltimore, 'Md. 

3Ionday, June VSt/i, 8 o'clock^ F. 3J. 

Oration before the " Philokosmian Literary So(,iety/" by 

J. How ART) Jacobs, Esq., of Reading. 

Tuesday, June lUh. 8 odorh, P. M. 
Address by Prof. S. D. Hillman, A. M., of Dickinson 

College. 

Wednesday, June Ibth, 8 o'clocI,\ I\ M. 
Oratorical Exercises l)y l^nder-GradnateKS. 

Thursday, June WMh, 2 o'vlocl,-^ J\ M. 
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. 



Thui'sday, Friday^ Monday, Tuesday and Wed.nesday^ 
\Ttme OM, 10//?. 18///. 14/// aud AMh. 



^^SGekms and ^iACATIONS.^^) 

3Ionda:y, August '22d, 1870. — Fall Term begins. 

.Friday, December 22/:/, 1870. — Eall Term closes. 

Wednesday, January 4///, 1871. — AYinter Term begins. 

Friday, Mareh 24:t/i, 1871.— Winter Term closes. 

3fonday, April M, 1871. — Spring Term begins. 

Friday, June 23cf, 1871. — Spring Term closes. 



Wednesday, June 15th, 10 o'clock, A. M. — Annual Meeting 
of the Board of Trustees. 



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