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Rev. J. WEAVER, 
JOHN B. STEHMAN, Esq., 
Rev. GEO. A. MARK, 
JOSEPH HILL, Esq., 
Rev. DANIEL S. EARLY, 
ABRAHAM SHERK, Esq., 
Rev. L. W. CRAUMER, 
Hon. JOHN H. KINPORTZ, 
Rev. EZEKIEL LIGHT, 
PETER GINGRICH, Esq., 
Rev. W. S. H. KEYS. 
H. H. KREIDER, Esq., 
Rev. JOSEPH YOUNG, 
RUDOLPH HERR, Esq., 
Rev. GEO. W. M. RIGOR, 
SAMUEL WALMER, Esq., 
Rev. JOHN MEYER, 
LEVI HOOVER, Esq., 
Rev. DAVID HOFFMAN, 
GEO. W. HOVERTER, Esq., 
Rev. J. B. DAUGHERTY, 
DAVID KREIDER, Esq., 
Rev. a. STEIGERWALT, 
Rev. JOHN Q. ADAMS, 
Rev. lewis PETERS, 
GIDEON LIGHT, Esq., 
Rev. JACOB H. MARK, 



BaUi//tore, Md. 

MountvilU. 

AnnT.iUe. 

Philadelphia . 

IlummeUtown. 

Lebanon. 

Lehanon. 

Annville. 

Avnville. 

Annville. 

Lebanon. 

Annville. 

Halifax. 

Anncille. 

Hai'risburg. 

Hummelstown. 

Annville. 

Neio Holland. 

Allentotcn. 

Annville. 

Jjebanon. 

Annville. 

Lebanon. 

Berrysburg. 

Intercotirse. 

Lebanon . 

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IIEOORDINU AND CORRESl'ONJJlNO SECllETAKY : 

Pkof. L. II. HAMMOND. 

FINANCIAL SECIIETARV : 

MICHAEL 13. SIEGRIST, Es<i. 

TREASURER : 

HEXRY H. KREIDER, Esq. 

STEWARD : 

Rev. GEORGE A. MARK. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE : 

Rev. Geo. A. Mark, Cltn. H. H. Kreider, Esq. 

Geo. W. Hoverter, Esq., Se&y. Rudolph Herr, Esq. 

Peter Gingrich, P'sq. 

agent : 
Rev. J. B. Daugherty. 



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Fciui&i/ovania Conference : 

IvEV. Z. A. COLESTOCK, J. IIOKE, ESQ. 

Virginia Conference : 

Rev. a. M. Eyeiis, Rev. Isaiah Ualtzel, 

Rev. Mr. Kiracofe. 



.East German. Conference: 

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

Rev. Job Light. 



East Pennsylvania Conference. 

Rev. C. T. Poulton, Rev. D. O'Farrel, 

Rev. Isaiah Oarpenter. 






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L. H. IIAMjMONI), a. 31, President, 

l^rofcssor of ihe Greek antl Laiin Lanffuar/es and Lileratnre. 

E. BENJ. BIEBMAN, A. M., 

2^rofessor of Matfietnatics. 

Rev. GEO. A. FUNKHOUSEB, A. M., 

Professor of Menial and Moral Science. 

Miss EUGENIA E. GUITNER, A. 3L, 

.Yatnral Science and Ihe Modern Ijanffuages. 

Miss ADA WINTERS, 

iHstriimental .Ifusic and ihe Fine cirls. 

J. WESLEY ETTER, 

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Namks. 

J. Wesley Ettee, 
John K. Fisher, 
Ezra H. Gingrich, 
John H. Graybeill, 
John H. Kinports, 



JLMOK CLASS. 

Post Offick. 
FoicelVs Valley, 
Hamburg, 
Annvillc, 
Annville, 
Annville, 



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4 s. c. 

37 K. C. 
Mr. Gingrich's. 
Mr. Graybeill's. 
Judge Kinports's. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 



Names. 
Austin Best, 
Z. S. G. LicxHt, 
Henry B. Stehman, 
Robert Steinmetz, 



Post Office. 

Eberhjs Mills, 
Avon, 
3Iountville, 
Annvillc, 



Hiram E. Steinmetz, Durhich, 



EOOM. 

28 ]S^. G. 

38 K C. 

37 If. C. 

Mr. Steiiimetz's. 

Mrs. Steiiimetz's. 




LEBA.YOX VALLEY COLLEGE. 



FRESHMAN CLASS. 



Names. Post Officf.. 

Geo. W. Batr, (req.,) Annvillc, 
Adam R, Forney, (req.,) AnnvW.c, 

A. Lizzie Imboden, Aruiville, 

John E. Lehman, Annville, 

Ellen Jane Mark, AnnviUc, 

John J!^. Riland, Friedensharg, 

Thomas S. Stein, AnnviUe^ 

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Room. 
^{\\ Bair's. 
C'oUege Avenue. 
Mr. Imboden's. 

19 S. C. 

Rev. Mr. Mark's 

20 N. C. 
Mrs, Stein's. 

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SKMOK PRKPAKATORV (LASS. 



Names. 

Eugene A Crall, 
Jacob C. Crall, 
Clara S. Craumer, 
Henry C. Dillman, 
Peter Graybeill, 
IIiRAM Herman, 
Samuel P. Johns,. 
M. F. Ivirkeslager, 
George A. Loos, 
John Piper, 
G. Shellenberger, 
"Willie R. Yickroy, 
Charles D. Woods, 



Post Office. 
AnnviUe, 
Annville, 
Lebanon^ 
Llewellyn , 
Annville, 
Jackson HalK 
Mapleton^ 
31uncy, 
Upper Bern^ 
XeuTilley 
Miffliniovrn^ 
Annville^ 
ClearMih 



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Room. 
Mr. Crall's. 
Mr. Crall's. 
Rev. Craunier's 

23 X. C. 

Mr. Gray belli 's. 

24 K C. 
23 K C\ 
35 K C. 
Main Street. 
14 S. C. 

38 K C. 
16 K C. 
23 K C. 

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Names. 
Alfred C. Ault, 
Samuel H. Clair, 
John H. :S"isslet, 
Louisa C. Trump, 
Lizzie E. Weidman, 
^Varp ^". Wood, 



Post Office. 
AwiviUe, 

Mount Joy^ 
Jliddhtown. 
AnnviUe, 
Annville, 
Saint Claii\ 



Room. 
Mr. Aiilt's. 
30 X. C. 

8S. C. 
Mr. Trump's. 
Mrs. Weidman's. 
85 ^^. C. 

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SENIOR CLASS. 

Names. P^'T Office. 

Clemmie L. Flrich, AnnviUe, 

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SFXOXD YE LR. 

Names. Po3T Office. 

Jane E. K.^uffman, Annvllle, 

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FIRST lEiR. 

N.A.MES. Post Office. 

Eebecca Kinport.?, AnnvUle, 
Alice E. Seabold, AnnviUe, 
E. L. Smith, Stevens, 

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Room. 
>[rs. Ul rich's. 

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Room. 
•Judge Kinports's. 
Mr. Seabold's. 
•2(3 X. C. 



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Names. 

John A. Beckley, 
Frank P. Beckley. 
Adam Behm, 
!N'ewton Best, 
Amos Bievek. 
George W. Bo^vman, 
Edwix E. Bomman. 
SiMOX L. Braxdt, 
Harrison S. Clouser, 
Sallie E. Coij.ier, 
John T. Cope, 
E. AV. Deibler, 
Samuel Deininger. 
John G. Dissinger, 
Samuel M. Gingrich, 
Samuel G. Good, 
Israel S. Gruber, 
Aaron F. Heilman, 
C. ^". IIeintzelman, 
Milton S. Herman. 
Frank X. Herr,^ 
Rudolph Hocker, 
Aaron Imboden, 
Jacob Keller, 
I. S, Lehman, 

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Post Office. 


Room. 


Prescoit, 


Mr. Beckley 's. 


Prescott, 


Mr. Beckley"s. 


Annville, 


Mr. Bebm"s. 


Eherh/s 3ms, 


28 X. C. 


East Hanover^ 


21 S. C. 


PhUadeJphin., 


39 K C. 


3Iycr stolen^ 


Mr. Bowman's. 


Mount Joy., 


18 S. C. 


Upper Bern, 


36 X. 0. 


Powell's Valley., 


14 X. C. 


Lee's Cross Hood, 


?,21 S. C. 


KiUinger, 


3.3 X. C. 


Annville., 


Mr. Deininffer's. 


Brurmerville, 


24 X. C. 


Union Dqyos'f. 


13 S. 0. 


FayetteviVe., 


20 S. C. ■ 


Annvillc, 


Mr. Gruber's. 


Lebanon., 


Mr. Heilmaivs. 


Port Trcverton, 


30 X. C. 


Broicn's Mills, 


23 X. C. 


Harrisbury, 


S. C. 


f^nion De posit. 


13 S. C. 


J. nn villi', 


Mr. ImbcKleiTs. 


Stovghstoun, 


15S. C. 


Myerstown, 


Mv. Leljiiians. 




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Names, 
Samuel D. Light, 
Louisa S. Leisenring 
Lizzie E. Mase, 
Jacob S. Miller, 
John P. Miller, 
Mattie Y. Mohn, 
Samuel H. is"issLEY, 
]SrETTiE C. Price, 
Jacob R. Ridenour, 
Emma K. Pigler, 
A. Lizzie Rudy, 
Monroe P. Sanders, 
Laura E. Saylor, 
Jonas Schott, 
Mary J. Seidebs, 
Phil. J. Shaeffer, 
Adam Shenk, 
Annie M. Siegrist, 
Joseph A, Smith, 
James M. Snyder, 
Alice J. Spayd, 
Henry B. Spayd, 
Ezra Tittle, 
David LTlrich, 
John P. AVenger, 
Morris Zimmerman, 



Post Office. 
Harrishurg, 
, Armville, 
Armville, 
Deny, 

Fredericksburg , 
MyerstowUy 
Middletoicv , 
Lebanon., 
3Igersville, Md. 
Amiville., 
Annvilley 
Shaeffersfoirn, 
An7iville, 
3Iahanog Citg., 
PowelVs Valley., 
Lebanon., 
Annville, 
Annville, 
Annville, 
Lebanon, 
Prescott, 
Prescoit, 
Annville, 
Middletoicn, 
Shaefferstown, 
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30 N. C. 

Dr. Leiseuring's. 
Mrs. Mase's. 
39 ^. C. 
36 is". C. 
Mrs. Mohn's. 

9 S. C. 
Mr. Price's. 
39 X. C. 
Mr. Rigler's. 
Mr. Rudy's. 
23 ]S^. C. 
Mr. Savior's. 
50 K C. 
14 X. 0. 
Mr. Shaeffer's. 
Mrs. Shenk's. 
Mrs. Siegrist 's. 
Mr. Smith's. 
Mr. Snyder's. 
Mr. Spayd's. 
Mr. Spayd's. 
Mr. Tittle's. 

9 S. C. 
Mr. Siegrist 's. 

8 S. C. 



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Names. 
CuRisTiAN G. J3kiim, 
Sallik E. Cassel, 
Sadie B. Crall, 
Franklin R. Herr, 

WiLLIAxM 0. IIeRR, 

Theodore W. Herr, 
Aaron G. Herr, 
Morris IT. Herr, 
Harvey C. Hoverter, 
AViLLiE G. 0. Keys, 
Fannie C. Killinger, 
Emma Killinger, 
Morris 0. Kreider, 
Samuel S. Kreider, 
William D. Mower, 
Susan E. MuMxMA, 
AYiNFiELD S. Shaw, 
Thaddeus H. Shaw, 
J. Frank. Smith, 
Ellie M. Smith, 
Mark E. Steinmetz, 
S. Percy Vickroy, 
E. Florence Vickroy, 
Matthew S. Wolfe, 
Christian K. Wolfe, 



Post Offuk. 
AnnvUle^ 
Hummel st aim ^ 
AnnviUe^ 
Annville., 
Annvillc, 
Harrisburg^ 
Annville.) 
Harrisburg, 
Annville., 
Lebanon.^ 
Annville., 
Annville, 
Annville, 
Annville., 
fjinglcslown, 
Annville, 
Clearjicld, 
Clearfield, 
Annville, 
Annville, 
Annville, 
Annville, 
Annville, 
Columbia, 
Columbia, 



KooM. 
Mr. Beh]n"s. 

14 K C. 
Mr. Crall's. 
Mr. Herr's. 
Mr. Herr's. 
86 IS". 0. 
Mr. HerrVs. 
80 N. 0. 

Mr. Hoverter's. 
Rev. Mr. Kej^s's*. 
Mr. Killinger's. 
Mr. Killinger's, 
Mr. Kreider'ti. 
Mr. KreiderH. 
10 S. C. 

Rev. Mum ma's. 
29 X. C. 
29 Is". C. 
Mr, Smith's. 
Mr. Smitli's. 
Mr. Steinraetz's. 
16 K C. 

15 K C. 
25 ]S\ C. 
25 K 0. 



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Names. 
MosER Brumbach, 
John C. Dovey, 
Aaron T. Felty, 
Philip B. Fernsler, 
Frank S. Fisher, 
Adam PI. Gingrich, 
Christian Good, 
L. F. Greenawalt, 
PIenry H. Herr, 
John E. Herr, 
Frank Killinger, 
Theodore P. Light, 
Charles E. Logan, 
George Mellinger, 
John A. Meyer, 
Robert Perry, 
William H. Seibert, 
Harrison B, Seidel, 
John A. Seltzer, 
Samuel S. Stacks, 
John G. Stouffer, 



Post Office. 
Sinking Spring^ 
Shenandoah., 
Ulhcood, 
Lebanon., 
Annville, 
jbinville, 
lAnglestoicn^ 
Silver Sjn'ing, 
Annville., 
AnnviUe, 
Ajinville, 
Lebanon, 
Pinegrove, 
Stoughstown, 
Lebanon, 
Port Carbon, 
Union Deposit, 
Hamburg, 
Lebanon, 
Mount Joy, 
Union Deposit, 



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Room. 
10 S. C. 
24 X. C. 

10 s. c. 

Mr. Fernslor's. 
Mr. Fisher's. 
Mr. Gingrich's. 
10 S. C.^ 
16 S. C. 
Mr. Herr"B. 
Mr. Herr's. 
Mr. Killinger's. 
Mr. Light's. 
18 S. C. 
14 S. C. 
Mr. Meyer's, 
35 I^. C. 
18 S. C. 
16 S. C. 
Mr. Seltzer's. 
39 .K C. 
Mr. Frank's. 



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George W. Bair, 
Atiios Biever, 
Sallic J. Collier. 
Sadie B. Crall, 
11. C. Dillmiin. 
J. Gr. Dissiuger, 
John Iv. Fisher, 
Adam E. Forney, 
Ezra H. Gingrich, 
Peter Graybill, Jr.. 
Hiram Herman, 
A. Lizzie Imboden. 
Clara S. Craumer, 
A. H, Gingrich, 
George A. Loos, 
E. L. Smith, 
Robert Steinmetz. 
M. C. Steinmctz, 
Thomas S, Stein, 
Sallie E. Cassel, 
Jane E. Kautfman, 
Fanny C. Ki] linger, 
Rebecca Kinports, 
John H. Kinports, 

Lizzie E. 



John Vj. Lc'imaii. 
Z. S. G. Light, 
Louisa S. Leisenring. 
Ellen J. Mark. 
Lizzie E. Mase, 
John A Meyer. 
Mattie Molin. 
Xettie C. Price, 
Sallie M Rigler, 
Emma K. Rigler, 
John ]Sr. Riland, 
A. Lizzie Rudy, 
Laura E. Say lor, 
Monroe P. Sander.s, 
Philip J. Shaefi'er, 
Alice E. Seabold, 
-Mary J. Seiders, 
Samuel S. Stacks, 
Alice J. Spayd, 
G. Shelleiiberger, 
Louisa C. Trump, 
Clemmie L. Ulrich, 
Willie R. Vickroy, 
S. Percy Yickroy, 
Weidman. 



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Sal lie E. Cassel, 
Hiram Hermau, 
II. C. Iloverter, 
Frank. ]^. Herr, 
Fannie C. Killiuger. 
Willie G. 0. Keys, 
John A. Meyer, 
A. Lizzie End v. 



Harrison 13 Seidel. 
Jonas Sehott, 
Alice J. Spayd, 
Louisa C Trump, 
Clemmie L. Ulrieii, 
AVillie E. Yickroy, 
S. Percy Yickroy, 
E. Florerxe Yickroy, 



J. H. Witmer, 







Adam Behm. 
Sadie B. Crall, 
Sallie E. Cassel. 
Samuel H. Clair, 
Sallie E. Collier, 
AViUiam O. Herr, 
Aaron G. Herr, 
H. C. Hoverter. 
Willie G. O". Keys. 
Fannie C. Killinger. 



S. Percy Yickroy, 
Louisa S. Leisen*rinor. 
Xettie C. Price, 
A. Lizzie Rudy, 
H. B. Stelimau, 
J. Frank Smith, 
Phil. J. Shaeffer. 
Mary C. Steinmetz, 
Robert Steinmetz, 
S. D. Light. 
I'loreuce Yickroy. 




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George W. Bair, 
Eug-ene A. Crall, 
Jacob C. Crall, 
Ezra H. Gingrich, 
Frank X. Herr, 
John H. Kinports, 



Willie G. O. Keys. 
Robert Perry, 
J. Frank Smith, 
John G. Stoufter, 
H. B. Stehman, 
Louisa C. Trump, 



AV^illie H. Vickrov 



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George AV. Bair, 
Sallie J. Collier, 
Frank S. Fisher, 
H. C. Hoverter, 
Fannie Q. Killinger, 



Emma K. Rigler, 
Annie M. Siegrist, 
John G. Stouffer, 
Louisa C. Trump, 
S. Percv Yickrov, 



Lizzie E. Weidman. 




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Classical Department. 

Juniors, . - - - 

Sophomores, - - - - 
Freshmen., - - - - 
Senior Prejyaratori/, - 
Preparatory, 



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Scientific Deparimeiit. 

Seniors, 1 

Second Year, - - - - 1 

First Year, . . - - 3 

Preparatorians, 
Elenientarians, 



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Commercial Department. 

Course, {completed,) - - - 10 
Course, {not yet completed,) - - 11 



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7otfd nvmher of Students. 



138. 



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Requirements for Admission. 

All candidates for admission muSt be of suitable age, and must 
present satisfactory evidence of good moral character. 

A fair knowledge of the common branches is requisite for ad- 
nussiou to the Preparatory class. 

Candidates for advanced standing must pass a satisfactory ex- 
amination upon the studies pursued by the class which they propose 
entering, or in their equivalents. 

(\iiididates properly prepared in sjme studies for admission to 
a higher class, but deficient in others, will be required to make up 
their reijuisitions by regular recitations in the lower classes. This 
requivemeut is essential to proper progress in the higher branches. 

JS^"" I\o vt'cioifs. ulltf or disobedient stitdent will he rttained in 
the Jiiyfifpfi^m. nor "ill mirh he Imovyimjly rereired. 

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FALL TEIUL 

Matiiematio. 

Higher .\rith!iK'tic. IIobinsox. 

Snglish. 

Physical (jeography. Warren. 

Grammar and Analysis. Vickroy. 

General Flistory. Anm>krso.\. 

Latin. 

ijrammar, { E'l/moloji/ and Sj/ntar.) IL-vrkness 

Reader, i Jutrndnr/or// A,Vy/vv>v.v.> IIaHKNESS. 






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WINTER TERM. 

Mathematics. 

Elementary Algebra. Kobinsu.n. 

English. 

Composition and Rhetoric. Boyd. 

Latin. 

Grammar, (continued.) Harkness. 

Reader, {Grecian and Roman Histortf.) Harkness. 
Greek. 

Grammar, {Eti/moloijt/^) Crosby. 

Lessons, (to Chapter VII.) r'RosBY. 

Natural Science. 

Natural History. 



Tenney. 



SPRLVG TERM. 



Mathumatics. 

Elementary Algebra, (comphfed,) Robinson. 

English. 

Composition and Rhetoric, (completed. ) Boyd. 

Latin. 

Cse.sar'.s Gallic War. Chase & Stiart. 

Greek. 

(jrammar, ((•ort//««^/T'. ; Cro.SBT. 

Lessons, (to Chapter Xl) Crosby 



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FALL TERM. 

Mathematics. 

Higher Algebra. KoBiNSos. 

Natural Science. 

Anatomy, Physiology aud Hygieue. Cutter. 

Latin. 

Cicero's Orations. Chase & Stuakt. 






Prose Composition, (week/i/.) 
Greek 

Grammar, (^contiuued) 
Lessons, {completed.') 

WINTER TERM. 
Mathematics. 

Higher Algebra. 
English. 

English Literature. 
Latin. 

Virgil. 

Prose Composition, {weekly ) 
Greek. 

Anabasis. 

New Testament. 

SPRING TERM, 

Mathematics. 

Higher Algebra. 

Natural Science. 

Botany. 
Latin. 

Virgil, {continued.) 

Prose Composition, {weakly.) 
Greek. 

Anabasis, {continued.) 

New Testament. 



Arnold. 

Crosby. 
Crosby. 



Robinson. 
Shaw's Manual. 
Chase <)t Stuart. 

x\.RNOLD. 
BOICE. 

Greenfield. 

Robinson. 

Gray. 

Chase & Stdart. 
Arnold. 

Buice. 
Geeeneielp. 



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FALL TERM 

i Mathematics. 
I Geometry. 

i English. 

Political Econoujy. 
Latix. 

Livj. 

Classical Geography. 
Greek. 

Herodotus, 

Greek Testament. 

\VIXTEU TERM 
Mathematics. 

Plane Triscouometrv. 
English. 

The ^Science of Goveriuiieiu. 

The Evidences of Christianity. 
Latin. 

Horace, (pdes.) 

Greek and Eomau Mythology. 
Greek. 

Xenophon's Memorabilia. 

Xew Testament. 

SPRING TERM. 
Mathematics. 

Spherical Trigonometry. 
Latin. 

Horace, (Epistles.) 

Grecian Antiquities. Esghenburg's Manual 

Greek. 

Xenophon's MemoraJbilia. 

Xew Testament. 
Philosophy. 

Xatural Theology. Paley, 



Robinson. 

AVaylam). 

Lincoln. 
Eschenburg's Manual. 

Johnson. 

Greenfield. 



ROBINSUN. 

A ldkn . 
Paley. 

Chase & Stuart. 
EscH. Manual. 

Robinson. 
Greenfield. 



Robinson. 
Chase & Stuart. 



Robinson. 
Greenfielix. 






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FALL TER^r. 

Matuematic.-*. 

Conic Sections and Aualytical Gfoiuotry. Kobixson. 

Latin. 

Cicero de Aiiiiciria de Seiiectute. Dillaway. 

Roman Antiquities. EseuKNutRii's Manual. 

Greek. 

Homer's Iliad. Uwen. 

Xew Testament. Gkeefieli». 

Philosophy. 

Mental Philosophy. Haven, 

AVI5TER TERM. 

Maiuematic.^. 

Analytical Geometry, uompfckd.') Roboson. 

Latin. 

Tacitus's Germauia. Tyler. 

Greek. 

Plato's Apology. Tyler. 

Xew Testament. Greenfield. 

Philosohhy. 

Logic. McCosH. 

sprixg term. 

Natural Science. 

Physics. S1LL131AN. 

Latin. 

Tacitus's Agricola. . Tyler. 

Greek. 

The Alcestis of Euripides. ) ^t^ 

The Prometheus of .Eschylus. » ^^ oolsey. 

Xew Testament. Greenfield. 

Philosophy'. 

Logic, (completed.) 



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SENIOR YEAR. 



FALL TERM. 

Natural Science. 

Phvsics, {completed.) 
Latin. 

Cicero's De Ofliciis. 
Greek. 

Plato's Gorgias. 
Philosophy. 

The Art of Di^courKe. 

WINTER TERM. 



iSlLLIMAN. 

Anthox. 
Day. 



Xatural science. 

Chemistry. 

Astronomy. 
Philosophy. 

The Elements of Criticism. 

Moral Philosophy. 

SPRING TERM. 

Natural Science. 

Geology. 
Philosophy. 

The History of Philosophy. Seeleye's Sghwegler. 

Analogy of Religion. Butler. 



YOUMAN. 

LOOMIS. j 

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Boyd's Kames. | 

Fairchild. I 



Dana. 





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ticiitific (!^o»r^c. 



PKEPAKATOBY YKAR. 






Studies. 

Orthography. 

Geography. 

Etymology. 

Mental Arithuietie. 

Written Arithmetic. 

Eeading. 

English Grammar. 

Historv of the United StatOi* 



Union Speller. 

Warren's Common School. 

IIaldeman. 

Brooks's Xormal. 

Hobinson's Higher. 

rNfON Sixth. 

\'lCKROr. 

Anderson. 



Exercises 

Penmanship. 
"Drawing. 

"Vocal Mnsic 

Declamation. 

Composition. 



bPENC BRIAN. 

Bartholomew. 



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FIRST YEAE. 



FALL TERM. 

English. 

Eug-lish Grammar. 
General History. 

Mathematics. 

Higher Arithmetic. 

Xatural Science. 

Physical Geography. 

WINTER TKRM. 
Enci.ish. 

Composition ami Rhetoric 
English Literature. 

Matjiematics. 

Elementary Algel)r;i. 

Naturaj. Science. 

Xatural History. 

SPRING tp:rm. 

ENULISlt, 

Composition and 1 rhetoric 
Mathematics. 

Elementary Algebra, {rouiphtt'd. 
Natural Science, 

Potanv 



V'iCKROY, 

Anderson. 
Robinson. 
Warren. 



IJOYI). 

Shaw's Manual 

fJonrxsoN. 

'1'kxvey. 



])OYn. 

Ror.TNSON. 

Gray. 



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SECOND YEAR. 



FALL TERM. 

English. 

Political Economy. 
Physical Geography. 

Mathematics. 

Higher Algebra. 
IsTatural Science. 

Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene. 

WINTER TERM. 

English. 

The Science of Government. 
Mathematics. 

Higher Algebra. 

Philosophy. 

Moral Philosophy. 

Natural Science. 
Chemistry. 



SPRING TERM. 



English. 



Mathematics. 

Higher Algebra. 
Natural Science. 

Natural Philosophy. 

Geology. 

Natural Theology. 



Wayland. 
Warren. 

Robinson. 

Cutter. 

Alden, 

Robinson. 

Fairchild. 

Youman. 



Robinson. 

Stlliman. 

Dana. 

Paley. 



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SENIOR YEAR. 



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FALL TERM. 




English. 

Mental Philosophy. 
Rhetoric. 


Haven. 
Day. 


Mathematics. 

Geometry. 
Natueal Science. 

J^atiiral Philosophy. Sill 


Robinson, 
iman's Physics. 


WINTER TER]^L 




EjfGLISH. 

The Elements of Logic. 
The Elements of Criticism. 


McCosH. 
Boyd's Xames. 



Ethics. 



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Mathematics. 

Plane Trigonometry. 
Natural Science. 

Astronomy. 

SPRING TER^f. 
English. 

Logic. 
Natural Science. 

Geology. 
Ethics, 

Analogy of Religion, 
^Iathematics. 

Spherical Trigonometry, 



Robinson. 

LOOMIS. 

McOosH. 

Dana. 

Butler. 

Robinson. 






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FIRST YEAR. 

FALL TERM. 
French. 

Oral Method, {Part I.) 
German. 

German Grammar. 

WI^^TER TERM. 

French. 

Oral Method, (Part 11.) 

German. 

German Grammar, {compktcd.) 
German Reader, {begun.) 

SPRING TERM. 
French. 

Oral Method, {Part III.) 
German. 

German Reader, {completed.) 



Keetles. 
AV orman. 

Keetles. 

AVORMAN. 

Worman. 
Keetles. 

AVORMAN. 



SECOND YEAR. 

FALL TERM. 

French. 

Les A ventures de Telemaque, {Fenelon.) Fasquelle. 
German. 

Maid of Orleans. 



WINTER TERM. 
French. 

Vie de Napoleon, {Dumas.) 
German. 

Hand Book of German Literature. 

SPRING TERM. 
French. 

Literature de Franeaise. 
German. 

Hand Book, {continued.) 



Schiller. 

Fasquelle. 
Adler. 

Oh a PS A L. 
Adler. 



'^^ Abundant Exercises, Written and Conversational, ttarong^h- 
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I. Course in Vocal MMfsic. 

Two classes are organized in Vocal Music at the be- 
ginning of each Term. The advanced class has drill exer 
cises and practice in Quartette and Chorus Singing. The 
second class is designed for beginners and such as are not 
sufficiently proficient to read music readilj- and corroctl}'. 



IL Course iu Instrunieutal Music, 

/. d^ti the Maria. 

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

^. Wn ike dJia^aii. 

Koot and Cady's School for the Organ ; Vocal and 
Instrumental Sheet Music. 

S. dm tli& SllUcu. 

Curtiss's Method for the Spanish Guitar; Vocal and 
Instrumental Sheet Music. 



The Fine Arts. 

In this department we aim to make the student ac- 
quainted with nature, — to train mind and soul, as Avell as 
hand and eye. Instruction is given in perspective and the 
principles of drawing ; also, in oil, pastel, crayon and wa- 
ter colors ; in faces, figures, fruit and landscape, both from 
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LEBA.NOX VALLEY COLLEGE is located at Auuville, a pleasant rural 
village, situated in one of the most delightful poi'tions of the be autiful Leba- 
non Valley. The village is noted for its healthfulness and freedom from 
those temptations to vice so common to cities and large towns. It is easily 
accessible from all points, being located on the direct route of Railroad travel 
from Harrisburg, via Reading, to Philadelphia or New York. Trains stop- 
ping at Annville, leave HarrislDurg and Reading three times a day, Sundays 
excepted. 

JBulldlngs and Grounds. 

There are two large buildings and a campus of about six acres. Tlie build- 
ings are of brick and are capable of accommodating a large number of stu- 
dents. All non-resident students board in the institution, and hence are un- 
der the continual care of the President and Professors. 

Furnishing and Outfit, 

students are required to furnish their own bedding, excepting the mat- 
tress, bolster and pillows. They should have their blankets, /sheets, pillowa, ccwes 
and clothing indelibly marked with their full name. 

Discipline, 

THE GOVERNMENT of the COLLEGE is strict, but parental. 
The object of the Institution is to afford a home, where parents or guard- 
ians may place their children and wards with safety and profit, and where 
young men and young ladies may be fitted for usefulness under influences 
calculated to refine their tastes, ennoble their aspirations, discipline their In- 
tellectual powers, and develop a high Christian character. Every unexpect- 
ed absence, failure, or misdemeanor, is reported to the faculty, and a record 
made of the same. , 

The first three demerit marks will subject a student to private reproof; the 
first six, to reproof before the faculty ; the first nine, to reproof in public with 
notice to parent or guardian, and the first twelve to dismission from the 
college. 

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

Leave of Absence. 

No student is allowed to be absent, during the term, without special leave. 
The absence of a student, even a daj^ in term time, exerts on his progress an 
evil infiuence, which is seldom fully nppreciated by parents or guardians; 
hence no apology but that of sickness, or other unavoidable accident, Is suf- 
ficient to excuse a student from a regular attendance at recitation. 

Recommendations, 

The following manuals are recommended,— Anthon's Classical Dictionar,y, 
Eschenburg's Manual of Classical Literature, Webster's or Worcester's Un- 
abridged Dictionary, and Long's Classical Atlas. 





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Religious Services. 

Religious service is lielil in the College Chapel iu the luorning oi" «.u -h day, 
which all the students are rerinired to attend. 

Students from abrixid, who are renidents of the CvUcyc, s»re also required to at- 
tend public worship on the Sabbath with the Faculty, except those who on ac- 
count of Chtirch membership or wish of parent or guardian may prefer to 
attend church elsewhere. 

Students' prayer meetings, whicli all are invited toattend, are held on each 
Friday evening. 

Studies and Kecitatio)is. 

students will pursue the studies of the classes to which they are assigned 
unless exempted for special reasons. No student will take a study to which 
he has not been assigned, nor discontinue a study without permission obtained 
from the Faculty. 

Exaviiiuitioiis. 

Public ex:'.minatioj-i> wiU i>e held at the close of the lii-st term before a com- 
mittee of the Faculty, and ax the close of the yesir before a committee ap- 
pointed by the Patronizing Conferences. The examinations are intended to 
be thorough and have an influence iu determining tlie standing of the student. 

In all cases when from any cause a student has fiiiled to be present at the 
regular examination he shall undergo an examination before being perm it ted 
again to recite in the classes of the College. 

Hhetorical Exercise. 

An Exercise in composition is required of each student once in two weeks: 
also a public oratorical exercise of the regular College classes, montnly. 

Graduation and Degrees. 

Every one of the studies prescribed in each coarse is deemed ESSKsriAi, to 
SEABUATixG ill that course. 

B 4.CHELOR OF ARTS.— This degree will be conferred in course upon any 
student of the College who shall complete the studies of the classical course 
and shall pass a satisfactory examination upon the same. 

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

CERTIFICATE.— To any student who completes the Scientific Couree, a 
Certificate to that effect, will be given. 

Literary Society. 

There is connected with the College a literary s.-jciety — the Philokosmian 
LiTKKAEY Society,— which is in a flourishing con.lition. 

Text Sooks. 

All the text-books used can be obtained at thecollesre at reasonable rates. 






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Jerm^ and -Vacatiou.^i. 



The (Joileyiaie }ear is divided into ibice teruis. The Fall 
Term will begin on Monday, August 21st, and will end on Friday, 
December the 22nd. The Winter Term will begin on Monday. 
January 15, 1872. and will close on Frida}-, March 22nd, 1872. 
The Spring Term will begin on Monday, Mavc-h 25th, 1872. and will 
close on Friday, June loth, 1872. 

Sfn^Jenti xhouhl t^ntcr, if possalhle, on fJif fiii-f «/»i// ';/ '^"' 



Boardiug, Wa.shing, Light, Fnel aud Tuition. 

For Fall Term ^.v-* Oi 

For Winter Term 52 00 

For Spring Ti'rni »> vj 

Day students will be charjieJ 

For Fall Term, from S18 to .r21. 
For Winter Term, from Slo to slJ. 
lor Sprin? T'^rm, from si2 to SU. 

FxtrA Cliarge^. 

Fail Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. 
Two Lessons per week on the Piano ) 

or organ with use of instrument - SiS (lO SIO U) $12 60 

lor practice ( 

Two Lessons per week on the Guitar \'> (« 10 (0 l-i ftJ 

Vocal Music, two lessons per wet-k... :{ <^i 2 Ou 2 tt> 

Oil Painting, a lesson each day U Oii » <W 11 Oj 

Pastel, a lesson each day '. y Ou « 0) i'> 00 

Ornamental Penmanship, two les- 1 ,, ,^ , ,^. - /v, 

sons per week , ** "<* -• "^ ^^ 

Pencil Drawing, a less:>n cjich day... j (O 2.711 2-3" 

Terms of Payment. 

One hair invariably in advance ; the balance at the middle of 
the term 



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THEORETICAL. 

This embraces the principles and rudiments of busi- 
ness, such as Penmanship, Commercial Arithmetic, Com- 
mercial Law, and Book-Keeping. In the latter he is re- 
quired to keep ten sets of books, embracing the whole 
theory of the science of accounts, together with all the 
rules for journalizing, porting, checking, taking Trial Bal- 
ance, making out Balance Sheets, closing Ledger, making 
out Business Papers, &c , &c. After completing the stud- 
ies of this department, and passing a satisfactory exami- 
nation thereon he is admitted into the Actual Business 
Department. 

PRACTICAL. 

Here the business transpiring among the students, 
is just as actual as that which takes place 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, sate and 
current', makes out invoices, bills, &e. He first commences 
as a sole trader, and after passing through all the manipu- 
lations of trade, and becoming conversant Avith the rules 
and law relating thereto, he takes in a partner, being now 
prepared through increase of capital and enlarged experi- 
ence to extend his business operations. He then engages 
in some branch of Wholesale Jobbing.) or Manufacturing bus- 
iness. Collections are made through banks and private 
agencies, and remittances sent in tlie usual manner. Li 





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buy in o" aud selling he leiiriis 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 practice in this direc- 
tion, he passes to the other departments and becomes, in 
turn, proprietor or employee in a Commission House, For- 
warding House, Grain Emporium, Bailroad Office, ^-c. 
From these positions he passes into the Merchandise Em- 
porium, where he becomes in turn Slvippiny C/crk, Sales- 
man, Book-Keeper 'dud Business Manager. 

After passing through all the offices and giving evi- 
dence of his proficiency he is at last passed into the IX- 
TERNATIOJ^AL COLLEGE BANK, where he becomes 
a financier and learns to apply the lessons of his course in 
this direction. The BANK is fitted np in the most ele- 
gant style and is furnished Avith a complete set of books, 
embracing a Debit Journal, Credit Journal, General Led- 
ger, Deposit Ledger, Discount Eegister, Collection Regis- 
ter, Domestic Tickler, Foreign Tickler, Passed Collection 
Book, Cash Book, Transfer Book, Installment Scrips, Cer- 
tificates of Stock, &c. The Bank discounts notes, receiyes 
aud pays money on deposit, makes collections, issues cer- 
tificates of Stock, Certificates of Deposit, Bills of Ex- 
change, &c., preciseh' the same as an^- regular bank. The 
student in turn performs all the duties connected with the 
following offices, viz : Collection Clerk, Discount Clerk, He- 
ceiving Teller, Paying Teller, Book-Keeper, Cashier, and be- 
comes familiar Avith all the entries and processes practised 
in banks. 

A description in detail of the operations of the Com- 
mercial Department Avould be neither more nor less than 
a portraiture of the regular business operations of any well 
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1^ feigned, all is real. Every note given, deposi*: made or 
check drawn, is for a consideration and represents valne. 
Every experienced business man will readily perceive the 
superior advantages of such a system of training, as it 
alone can secure that degree of skill and accuracy which 
tlie exigencies of business so imperatively demand. 

]^o student will be admitted into this department 
who has not a fair knowledge of the common branches, 
and a good moral character. Daily lessons will be given 
in Comme rcial Law, Commercial Arithmetic and Pen- 
manship, besides special class drills, once every week, in 
Consignments, Merchandise, Companies, &c. When a 
student has completed the course and passed a satisfactory 
examination upon the same, he will receive a Diploma. 
The time required to complete a course is from four to 
eight months, varying according to the ability and appli- 
cation of the student. 



EXPENSED. 



Boarding, Washing, Fuel and ivoom-rent, pet- 
week, .---.-, 135 4 00 

Tuition, for Fall Term, - - - - - 20 00 

'■ Winter Term, - - . - 12 00 

" '• Spring " - - ■. - - 15 00 






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1871. 

Saljbatli, Jane 18tJ>, 10 o'clock., A. M. 

Annual Sermon by the Rev. Ezekiel Light, ®t* 

Annville, Penn'a. 

Taesdau, June 20(h, 8 o'cloc/.-, P. M. 

Oration before the "Philokosmian Literaiy Society," hy 

the Rev. AV. S. H. Keys, of Lebanon, Penn"a. 

Wednesday., Jane 2Ast., 8 o'clock., P. M. 

Oratorical Exercises, by Under-Graclnatc?. 

Thursday, Jane 2-2d, 9 o'clock, A. M. 

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. 



Thursdan, Frido/tj, 31onday, Taesda;/ and. Wcdnc^diii/. 
Jane Uth, VMh, V.Hk, 20M and 2\sf, 



Monday, Aagust 2A$t, 187 L- -Fall Tenn lK'<xins. 
Friday, December 22^, 1871.— Fall Term closes. 
Wednesday, January XMh, 1872. — Winter Term be^'ins. 
Friday, 3Iarch 22c/, 1872.— Winter Term closes. 
Monday, March 2i>th 1872. — Spring Term begins. 
Friday, Jane lofJi, 1872. — Spring Term closes. 



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Wednesday, Jane '20th, 3 o'clock, P. M. — Annual Meeting 
of the Board of Trustees. 



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