li tebM0i|BaIIe| ^0lleg 1874-78. ^ ^iVvilXB, t^ NINTH ANNUAL CATALOGUE OF THE OFFICERS AND STUDENTS OF LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE FOR THE COLLEGIATE YEAR 1874-75. Published by the College. 1875. Lebanon Valley College. ||0artl afj ^Trustees* Names. DAVID EDWARDS, D.D. NOAH G. THOMAS, Esq. SOLOMON BURTNER, Esq Rev. DAVID D. KEEDY JOSEPH B. HURSH, Esq. DAVID KREIDER, Esq. HENRY H. KREIDER, Esq JOHN SCHAEFER, Esq. Rev. lewis W. CRAUMER Rev. GEORGE W. STATTON Rev. ABRAHAM M. EVERS Rev. JOHN Q. ADAMS . Rev. JOHN W. HOWE . Rev. SAMUEL A. MOWERS . HIRAM R. FETTERHOFF, M. D JOHN HURSH," Esq. . Rev. SOLOMON M. HUMMEL RUDOLPH HERR, Esq. Rev. EZEKIEL LIGHT . Rev. GEORGE A. MARK JOHN B. STEHMAN, Esq. . GEORGE W. HOVERTER, Esq. Rev. Z. a. COLESTOCK J. W. ROOP, M. D. GIDEON LIGHT, Esq. . ALBANUS S. RILAND, Esq. . Rev. JACOB RUNK . Rev. J. L. GRIMM Address. Baltimore, Md. BooNSBORO, Md. Dayton, Va. ROHRERSVILLE, Md. Newville, Pa. Annville, Pa. Annville, Pa, Baltimore, Md. Lebanon, Pa. Hagerstown, Md. Expires. 1878 18^8 1878 1878 1878 1878 1878 1878 1877 Martinsburg, W. Va. 1877 Berrysburg, Pa. 1877 Martinsburg, W. Va. 1877 Baltimore, Md. 1877 Baltimore, Md. 1877 Newville, Pa. 1877 Hummelstown, Pa. 1877 Annville, Pa. . 1877 Annville, Pa. . 1877 Lebanon, Pa. . 1876 Mountville, Pa. 1876 Annville, Pa. . 1876 Mechanicsburg, Pa. 1876 New Cumberland, Pa. 1876 Lebanon, Pa. . 1876 Friedensburg, Pa. 1876 Lebanon, Pa. . 1876 Hagerstown, Md. 1876 EX-OFFICIO. President LUCIAN H. HAMMOND, A. M. Prof. E. BENJ. BIERMAN, A. M. Rev. J. WOODBURY SCRIBNER, A. M. Lebanon Valley College. ^fpccr^ o|j the rf)ar|i0r|aliau. PRESIDENT : DAVID EDWARDS, D.D. RECORDING AND CORRESPONDING SECRETARY : Rev. EZEKIEL LIGHT. TREASURER : ■ HENRY H. KREIDER, Esq. STEWARD : MICHAEL B. SIEGRIST, Esq. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE : LuciAN H. Hammond, Chairman, H. H. Kreider, EzEKiEL Light, Secretary, Rudolph Herr. George A. Mark, AGENTS : Rev. Martin J. Mumma, Rev. J. H. Young, Rev. David D. Keedy. Lebanon Valley College. ^'jantmiiktH. EXAMINING COMMITTEE: Rev. DANIEL EBERLY, A. M., Lebanon, Pa. Rev. CHARLES T. STEARN, . Mechanicsburg Pa. Rev. WILLIAM BEALL, M. D., Edinburg, Va. ELIJAH TABLER, B. S., Martinsburg, W. Va. Rev. DAVID HOFFMAN, Philadelphia, Pa. Rev. NEHEMIAH ALTMAN, . Baltimore, Md. Rev. J. WESLEY ETTER, A. B., . Mount Joy, Pa. Rev. JOHN K. FISHER, A. B., Gordon viLLE, Pa. VISITING COMMITTEE: Rev. G. W. MILES RIGOR, Harrisburg, Pa. Rev ISAIAH CARPENTER, Reading, Pa. Lebanon Valley College. Acttllg and |(tistrttctar^» LUCIAX H. HAMMOND, A. M. President, Professor of the Greek and Latin Languages and Literature. E. BENJ. BIERMAN, A. M., Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. Rev. J. WOODBURY SCRIBNER, A. M., Professor of Mental and Moral Science. Rev. LAWRENCE S. TOHILL, A. B., Tutor in Natural Science and the Latin Language. Miss Lillie A. RESLER, M. A., Teacher of History and English Grammar. Miss SARAH S. SMITH, B. E., Teacher of Instrumental Music and the Fine Arts. SAMUEL H. CLAIR, Assistant. Rev. LAWRENCE S. TOHILL, A. B., Librarian. Lebanon Valley College. ^jrailttate^* CLASS OF 1870. WILLIAM B. BODENHORN, Teacher, . . Annville, Pa. ALBERT C. RIGLER, Book Keeper, . . Annville, Pa. MARY A. WEISS, Lebanon, Pa CLASS OF 1871. CLEMMIE L ULRICH, Annville, Pa. CLASS OF 1872. JOHN WESLEY ETTER, A. B., Mhttster, . Mount Joy, Pa. JOHN K. FISHER, A. B., Minister, . . Gordonville, Pa. EZRA H. GINGRICH, A. B., Druggist, . Philadelphia, Pa. JOHN H. GRAYBEILL, A. B., Studeritof Theology, Allegheny, Pa. JOHN H. KINPORTS, A. B., Druggist, . New Castle, Del. JENNIE. E. KAUFFMAN CROJJ8E,yi K., . Altoona, Pa. ADAM R. FORNEY, Teacher, .... Annville, Pa. CLASS OF 1873. HENRY B. STEHMAN, A. B., Student, SARAH BURNS, M. A., Teacher, . CHARLES S. DANIELS, Minister, . GEORGE A. LOOSE, Minister, Brussels, Belgium. Sporting Hill, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Enders, Pa. CLASS OF 1874. ADAM R. FORNEY, A. B., Teacher, . . Annville, Pa. JOHN E. LEHMAN, A. B., Teacher, . . Tamanend, Pa. ZARANIUS S. G. LIGHT, A. B., Law Student, Pottsville, Pa. JOSEPH W. OSBORN, A. B., Minister, . Swansea, Mass. ROBERT STEINMETZ, A. B., . . . . Annville, Pa. HIRAM E. STEINMETZ, A. B., Law Student, Clay, Pa. REBECCA KINPORTS, M. A., . . . . Annville, Pa. ELLEN JANE MARK, M. A., . . . . Lebanon, Pa. Lebanon Valley College. ^nrlcr-^rniluates. Note.— C. Classical Course. Li. Ladies' Course. S. Scieutlfic Course. SENIOR CLASS. Name. Post Office., Room, SAMUEL H. CLAIR, c, Mount Joy, Mr. Imboden's. SALLIE E. COLLIER, l., Halifax, Mrs. Heisey's. WILLIAM H. LEHMAN, s., Killinger, 42 N. C. JUNIOR CLASS. Name. ISAAC H. ALBRIGHT, c, J. NEWTON FRIES, c, ISAAC A. LOOSE, c, ALICE M. RAUCH, l., Post Office. Union Deposit, White Hall, Va. Upper Bern, Avon, Room. Mr. Gingrich's. Mr. Kreider's. Mr. Gingrich's. 22 L. H. SOPHOMORE CLASS. Name. Post Office. GEORGE F. BIERMAN, c, A. PAUL FUNKHOUSER, c, WILLIE G. O. KEYS, c, ABRAHAM H. SHANK, c, ELLA J. RIGLER, l., Upper Bern, Prof. Bierman's. Dayton, Va., Mr. Gingrich's. Shamokin, 44 N. C. Middletown, 28 N. C. Annville, Mr. Rigler's. Lebanon Valley College. FRESHMAN CLASS Kame. CORNELIUS A. BURTNER, c, JOHN B. CROUSE, c, SAMUEL K. FISHER, c, WILLIAM O. NELSON, c, .VIRGINIA G. BURTNER, l., MARY E. GROFF, t., A. BELLE HOWE, l., EMMA L. LANDIS, l., POST Office. EOOM. Breathedsville, Md., 23N. C Spring Run, 30 N. C Hamburg, 26 N. C Myersville, Md., 36N. C Dayton, Va., 9 L. H Gordonville, 8L. H Lacey Springs, Va., 20 L. H Hummelstown , 13L. H PREPARATORY CLASS. Name. Post Office. william o. adams, charles d. baker, h. clay deaner, dewitt a. fry, martin l. hershey, henry h. seltzer, harry h. sherk, perry winton weller, john c. yocum, maggie c. hershey, Berryshirg, 29 N. C. Frederick City, Md., 27 N. C. Keedysville, Md., 27 N. C. Harrisburg, Derry, Cavipbellstown , Lebanon, Hagerstown, Md., Elysburg, Derry, 36 N. C. 39 N. C. Mr. Seltzer's. Mr. Sherk's. Mr. Hoverter's. 38 N. C. 20 L. H. Lebanon Valley College. 9 ^cienHfiii ^'0itr?j^. SECOND YEAR. Name. Post Office. Room. EMMA E. EBY, Churchville, 13L. H. ABRAHAM L. GROFF, Gordonville, 32 N. C. WILLIAM 0. HERR, Annville, Mr. Herr's. AARON G. HERR, Annville, Mr. Herr's. MONROE P. SANDERS, Shaefferstown 8N. C. FIRST YEAR. I Name. Post Office. Room M. STINE BOVEY, Keedysville, Md., 13N. c DAVID A. BOYER, Grantville, 35 N. C. HIRAM B. DOHNER, Annville, Cherry Street. SAMUEL B. GRAYBEILL, Annville, Mr. Graybeill's. ARTHUR HAMPTON, West Hanover, 35 N. C. LEVI B. HEISEY, Derry, 35 N. C. CHARLES M. HOTT, Cedar Grove, Va., Mr. Gingrich's. ■ G. G. SHELLENBERGER, Mifflintown, 36 N. C. AARON D. SNYDER, Eakle's Mills, Md, 30 N. C. PREPARATORY CLASS. 1 Name. Post Office. Room. AARON M. ALLWEIN, Avon, Mr. Allwein's. ADDISON M. BALSBAUGH, Highspire, 33 N. C. JOSEPH R. BECKLEY, Lebanon, 5 L. H. ADAM M. BEHM, Annville, Mr. Behm's. FRANKLIN S. BOWER, Halifax, 31 N. C. SAMUEL C. BROWN, Middletown, 28 N. C. FANNIE L. BURTNER, Dayton, Va., 9L. H. URIAH D. DEIBLER, Killinger, 34 N. C. SAMUEL K. DEIBLER, Curtin, Rev. Mr. Young's. i lo Lebanox Yalley College. PREPARATORY CLASS. Name. Post Office. Room. WALTER H. DEITZT.F.R. Lebanon, 37 ^'• c. XBIROD R. DOHXER. Lt-hatwn, 5 L. H. EZR-\ ELLEXBERGER. Anrrcilk, [NIr. Ellexberger's. CHARLES ETTER. West Hanoi'er. 35 N- C. ALICE C. EUSTON, Lebanon, 16 L. H. ^L\RY A. FEESE. Annville. Mr. Feese"s. GEORGE L. FISHER. Lingleshnon. 2^ N. C. VALEN I'IXE K. FISHER. Hamburg. 26 N. C. ABILIELIM D. FREED. Martinsburg. W Va.. 29 N. C. SE^TLLA S. FRITZ. Lebanon. 14 L. H. DA^ il) B. FRITZ. East Hanover. Mr. Boltz's. JONAS B. GARBER. Columbia. 37 N. C. .\AROX GINDER. Annville. Mr. Gentder's ALICE K. GINGRICH, Anmnlle, Mr. Gingrich's. JOSEPH M. GINGRICH, Fontana. 5 L- H. ^LIRY C. GRAYBEILL. Antiville, Mr. Graybeill's. PETER L. IL\ES:S, M'Kee's Half Falls. 30 N. C. ■ a:^iericus r. harbaugh . Sabillasville.'Md ,4:^ N. C. v.atf.ntint: M. heim. Hamburg, 38 N. C. ALBERT L. HERR, Annvilh. ;Mr. Herr's. SALLIE a. HERR. Annville, Mr. Herr's. E^BL\ E. HORST. Union Deposit. 8L. H. HAR^'EY C. H0AT:RTER. Annville, Mr. Hoverter's JOHN W. HUNTZBERGER. Middkto'djn. 35 N- C. HENRY D. BIBODEN. Annville. Mr. Imboden's FR-\NK S. KINPORTS. Annville, Iltdge Kixports's HARRY C. KNULL. Hummelstcwn . 39 X. C. K-\TIE LANDIS. Hummelstown . 14 L. H. EM^L\ C. LANDIS. Williams town . 19 L. H. JACOB L. LENTZ. Hamlin. 24 N. C. NOAH G. LIGHT. Avon. 8 N. C. B_ARBAIL\ F. LIGHT, Avon, Mr. Light's. ebent:zer t. light, Lebanon, Mr. Light's. 1 SBION P. LIGHT, Lebanon, 5 L. H. i CLAR.\ E. LIGHT. Anmnlk, Mr. Light's. i ALICE J. LIGHT. Annville. Mr. Light's. ■ ELLEN Y. R. ^L\ULF.A[R. Derry, 14 L. H. 1 Lebanon Valley College. 1 II ' PREPARATORY CLASS. Namt.. Post Office. Koosr. WILLIAM C. McCONNELL, Halifax, 25 N. C. 1 WILMER R. McRAE, Lebanon, 23 N. C. JOSEPH R. MEYER, Heilman' s Dale. Mr. Meyer's. ; SIMON J. MEYER, Annville, Mr. Meyer's. : HENRY D. MEYER, Heilman's Dale, Mr. Meyer's. j , H. LEN^CH MEYER, Annville, 32 N. C. i • CYRUS B. MOYER, Annville, Mr. Moyer's. 1 HARVEY MOYER, Annville, Mr. Moyer's. WILLIAM 0. N^IDIG, Mechanics burg, 30 N. C. LAWRENCE G. NOLL, Myerstown, 5 L- H. WILFORD M. B. PUTT. Halifax, Zl N- C. CYRUS G. RICHARD, Annville, Mr. Richard's. WILLIAM C. RIGOR, Annville, Rev. Mr. Rigor's. j ANNIE A. RIGOR, Harrisburg, Rev. Mr. Rigor's. DANTEL S. RILAND, Friedensburg, 24 N. C. JOHN W. SEIDERS, PowelPs Valley, 31 N. C. R. AMELIA SELLERS. PoweWs Valley, 20 L. H. ' CYRUS J. SELTZER, Lebanon, Mr. Seltzer's. \ AMBROSE V. SEYFERT, Avon, Mr. Seyfert's ■ PHILIP SHOOP, Enter line, 31 N. C. ANNIE M. SIEGRIST, Annville, Mrs. Siegrist's. ■ ARTHUR A. SMITH, Forestville, Md. 13 N. C ALICE M. SMITH, Annville, Mr. S^^TH's. HENRY L. SNOKE, Annville, Mr. Snoke's. , SAMUEL M. SPAHN, Philadelphia, 25 N. C. JOSEPH A. SPAHN, Philadelphia, 25 N. C. 1 WILLIAM B. STALLER, Friedensburg, 12 N. C. ROBERT R. UHLER, Heilman's Dale, Mr. Meyer's. ALLEN F. WENGER, Schaefferstown, 16 N. C. JACOB L. WITMOYER, Highspire, 32 N. C. CORA M. WOLFE, Mount Holly, 13 L. H. GEORGE W. YEICH, Friedensburg, 32 N. C. JOHN A. YINGST, Lebanon, 42 N. C. JOHN H. YOUNG, Annville, Rev. Mr. Young's. ABBREVIATIONS. N. C— Xew College. li. H. —Ladies' Hall. I 2 Lebanon Valley College. 4k«« in "^oiial ^nk. ADVANCED CLASS. WILLIAM 0. ADAMS, SALLIE A. HERR, CHARLES D. BAKER, MARTIN L. HERSHEY, M. STINE BOVEY, EMMA E. HORST, CORNELIUS A BURTNER, A. BELLE HOWE, VIRGINIA G. BURTNER, EMMA L. LANDIS, SAMUEL H. CLAIR, KATIE LANDIS, H. CLAY DEANER, ALICE J. LIGHT, EMMA E. EBY, CLARA E. LIGHT, ALICE C. EUSTON, NOAH G. LIGHT, MARY A. FEESE, ISAAC A. LOOSE, SAMUEL K. FISHER, ELLEN V. R. MAULFAIR, J NEWTON FRIES, WILLIAM 0. NELSON, SEVILLA S. FRITZ, ALICE M. RAUCH, A. PAUL FUNKHOUSER, SALLIE A. RICHARD, JONAS B. GARBER, ELLA J. RIGLER, AARON GINDER, ANNIE A. RIGOR, ALICE K. GINGRICH, DANIEL S. RILAND, ABRAHAM L. GROFF, ABRAHAM H. SHANK, MARY E. GROFF, ALLEN F. WENGER, PETER L. HAINS, JOHN H. YOUNG, AMERICUS R. HARBAUGH, SALLIE J. YOUNG. Lebanon Valley College 13 ELEMENTARY CLASS. ADAM M. BEHM, HARVEY C. HOVERTER, SAMUEL C. BROWN, EMMA C. LANDIS, FANNIE L. BURTNER, JACOB L. LENTZ, URIAH D. DEIBLER,. WILLIE C . RIGOR, SAMUEL K. DEIBLER, R. AMELIA SELLERS, EZRA ELLENBERGER, PHILIP SHOOP, GEORGE L. FISHER, JOHN W. SLIDERS, ABRAHAM D. FREED, ANNIE M SIEGRIST, DAVID B. FRITZ, ALICE M. SMITH, SAMUEL B. GRAYBEILL, CORA M. WOLF, LEVI B. HEISEY, JOHN C. YOCUM. WILLIAM 0. HERR, CLASS IN GERMAN. ISAAC H. ALBRIGHT, WILLIAM H. LEHMAN, SAMUEL H. CLAIR, ' HENRY D . MEYER, A. PAUL FUNKHOUSER, ROBERT R. UHLER. ABRAMAM L. GROFF, • ■ > 14 Lebanon Valley College. ^mc Oil iiy 1 mi0 0t[ ^rgan. ISAAC H. ALBRIGHT, EMMA E. HORST, JOSEPH R. BECKLEY, A. BELLE HOWE, VIRGINIA G. BURTNER, JENNIE E. KAUFFMAN, SAMUEL H. CLAIR, KATIE LANDIS, SALLIE E. COLLIER, EMMA L. LANDIS, H. CLAY LEANER, SIMON P. LIGHT, URIAH D. DEIBLER, BARBARA F. LIGHT, EMMA E. EBY, ELLEN V. R. MAULFAIR, ALICE C. EUSTON, ALICE M. RAUCH, MARY A. FEESE, WILLIE C. RIGOR, GEORGE L. FISHER, ANNIE A. RIGOR, SEVILLA S. FRITZ, DANIEL S. RILAND, A. PAUL FUNKHOUSER, R. AMELIA SELLERS, JONAS B. GARBER, ABRAHAM H. SHANK, ALICE K. GINGRICH, PERRY WINTON WELLER, MARY E. GROFF, CORA M. WOLF, SALLIE A. HERR, JOHN H. YOUNG. MARTIN L. HERSHEY, CLASS IN DRAWING. ADAM M. BEHM, EMMA E. HORST, FANNIE L. BURTNER, ANNIE A. RIGOR, URIAH D. DEIBLER, WILLIE C. RIGOR, MARY A. FEESE, JOHN H. YOUNG. SEVILLA S. FRITZ, ~ Lebanon Valley College. 15 ^untiti/trg- CLASSICAL COURSE. Seniors, I Juniors, , . . . . 3 Sophomores, . Freshmen, 4 4 Preparatory, . LADIES' COURSE. 10 22 Seniors, . I Juniors, I Sophomores, . I Freshmen, SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 4 7 Seniors, 1 Second Year, . 5 First Year, . 9 ; Preparatory, , 80 95 Total Number > f || ( i 1 of Students, 124 1 6 Lebanon Valley College. JKequ^^iil^cnt;^ ofi ^tImissioi[. All candidates for admission to the Freshman Class must be fourteen years of age, and must pass a satisfactory examination on the Preparatory Course and give evidence of good moral character. A fair knowledge of the common branches is requisite for admission to the Preparatory Class. Candidates for advanced standing must pass a satisfactory examina- tion upon the studies pursued by the class which they propose entering, or their equivalents. |p^^ JVo vicious, idle, or disobedient student will be retained in the Institution, nor will such be knowingly received. Lebanon Valley College. 17 ^bsmal rf)0ursc. PREPARATORY. Higher Arithmetic, History of the United States, Physical Geography, Enghsh Grammar and Analysis, General History, Elementary Algebra, Latin Grammar and Reader, Greek Grammar and Lessons, Natural History, Composition and Rhetoric, - Caesar's Gallic War, Robinson. Anderson. Warren. Fewsmith. Anderson. Robinson. Harkness. Goodwin. Tenney. Boyd. Chase and Stuart. During each term of the collegiate year there are always organized three classes in Arithmetic ; one in Robinson's Higher, one in Robin- son's Practical, and one in Brooks' Normal Mental ; also two classes in English Grammar ; one in Analysis, and one in Definitions and Parsing. Also classes in Reading, Drawing, Penmanship and Descriptive Geog- raphy. FRESHMAN YEAR. fall term. Higher Algebra, Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene, Cicero's Orations, - Classical Geography (weekly), Greek Grammar and Lessons, 2 Robinson, Cutter. Chase and Stuart. Eschenburg. Goodwin. 18 Lebanon Valley College WINTER term. Higher Algebra, - . - . Robinson. English, Past and Present, - - - Trench. Virgil, ----- Chase and Stuart. Prose Composition (weekly), Harkness. Anabasis, ----- Kendrick. Greek Testament (weekly). Greenfield. SPRING TERM. Geemetry, ----- Robinson. Botany, Gray. Virgil (continued), - - Chase and Stuart. Prose Composition (weekly). Harkness. Anabasis (continued), ' - Kendrick. Greek Testament (weekly), Greenfield. SOPHOMORE YEAR. FALL TERM. Geometry and Plane Trigonometry, - Robinson Political Economy, - - - - Perry. Livy, ----- Chase and Stuart. Prose Composition (weekly), Harkness. Herodotus, - - . - Johnson. , Greek Testament (weekly), - Greenfield. WINTER TERM. Spherical Trigonometry, Robinson. Natural Theology, - - - - Paley. Horace (Odes), - - - • - Chase and Stuart. Roman and Grecian Mythology (weekly), - Eschenburg. Xenophon's Memorabilia, - Robbins. Greek Testament (weekly), Greenfield. i f i Lebanon Valley College. ^9 1 SPRING TERM. Conic Sections, - - - . Robinson. Horace (Epistles), - - - - Chase and Stuart. Grecian Antiquities (weekly). Eschenburg. Xenophon's Memorabilia, - ROBBINS. Greek Testament (weekly), Greenfield. Evidences of Christianity, - Hopkins. JUNIOR YEAR. ! FALL TERM. j i Analytical Geometry, _ . . Robinson. i Cicero de Senectute, Chase and Stuart. Roman Antiquities (weekly), Eschenburg. Homer's Iliad, - , . . Owen. Greek Testament (weekly), - Greenfield. Logic, - . - . . McCosH, , Science of Government, - . - Alden. WINTER TERM. Mechanics, . _ . . Snell's Olmsted. Tacitus's Germania, Tyler. ^ Plato's Apology, - - - . Tyler. ; Greek Testament (weekly), - Greenfield. Rhetoric, - - . . . Haven. SPRING TERM. Natural Philosophy, Snell's Olmsted. Tacitus's Agricola. - - - - Tyler. The Elcestis of Euripides, "> . The Prometheus of ^^schylus, j Woolsey. , Greek Testament (weekly), - - . - Greenfield. History of Civilization, 1 1 GUIZOT. Lebanon Valley College. Astronomy, Cicero de Ofificiis, Plato's Gorgias, Mental Philosophy, SENIOR YEAR. FALL TERM. LOOMIS. Anthon. WOOLSEY. Haven. WINTER TERM. Chemistry, Elements of Criticism, Moral Philosophy, - English Literature, - Geology, - History of Philosophy, Analogy of Religion, SPRING TERM. YOUMAN, I'oyd's Kames. Haven. Shaw. Dana. Seelye's Schwegler. Butler. r Lebanon Valley College. 21 wadiifs* ^;0nr^if- FRESHMAN YEAR. FALL TERM. Higher Arithmetic, - . - Robinson. Physical Geography, - - Warren. Latin Grammar, , - Harkness. General History, WINTER TERM. Anderson. Elementary Algebra, _ - Robinson. Natural History, - - Tenney. Latin Grammar and Reader, - Harkness. SPRrNG TERM. Elementary Algebra, - - Robinson. Caesar's Gallic War, . Chase AND Stuart. Composition and Rhetoric, - - Boyd. SOPHOMORE YEAR. FALL TERM. Higher Algebra, . - Robinson. ^ Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene, - Cutter. Cicero's Oration, - Chase and Stuart. Classical Geography (weekly), WINTER TERM. ESCHENBURG. Higher Algebra, - - Robinson. Virgil, . Chase AND Stuart. Prose Composition ( weekly), - Harkness. English, Past and Present, - Trench. 2 2 Lebanon Valley College. SPRING TERM. ■ ! Geometry, ----- Robinson. 1 Virgil, ----- Chase and Stuart. Prose Composition (weekly). Harkness. Botany, ----- Gray. JUNIOR YEAR. fall term. Geometry and Trigonometry, Robinson. I Livy, - - - - ■- Chase and Stutra. ■ Prose Composition (weekly). Harkness. Political Economy, - - - - Perry, i WINTER TERM. Mechanics, - Snell's Olmsted. Horace, ----- Chase and Stuart. Roman and Grecian Mythology (weekly), ESCHENBURG. Natural Theology, - - - - Paley. Rhetoric, ----- Haven. SPRING TERM. Natural Philosophy, . . _ Snell's Olmsted. 1 Evidences of Christianity, Hopkins. 1 History of Civilization, GUIZOT. SENIOR YEAR. FALL TERM. i Astronomy, ----- LOOMIS. ' Mental Philosophy, - - - - Perry. Science of Government, Alden. Logic, ... - - McCosH. WINTER TERM. Chemistry, ----- YOUMAN. Moral Philosophy, - - - - Haven. Elements of Criticism, - ' Boyd's Kames. English Literature, - - - - Shaw. 1 Lebanon Valley College. 23 j i SPRING TERM. « Geology, ----- History of Philosophy, - - - Analogy of Religion, Dana. Seelye's Schweglek. Butler. Scientific ^oursi^. FIRST YEAR. fall term. English Grammar and Analysis, ' General History, - - - Higher Arithmetic, - - - - Physical Geography, Fewsmith. Anderson. Robinson. Warren. WINTER term. English, Past and Present, - Elementary Algebra, Natural History, - - - . Trench. Robinson. Tenney. SPRING TERM. Composition and Rhetoric, - ' Elementary Algebra (completed,) Botany, ----- Boyd. Robinson. Gray. SECOND YEAR. FALL TERM. i Political Economy, - - - - Higher Algebra, - - - - i Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene, - Perry. Robinson. Cutter. WINTER TERM. Natural Theology, - - - - Higher Algebra, - - - Chemistry, ----- Rhetoric, ----- Paley. Robinson. Youman. Haven. 24 Lebanon Valley College. SPRING term. Evidences of Christianity, . ROPKINS. Geometry, - - Robinson. History of Civilization, - GUIZOT. SENIOR YEAR. FALL TERM. Geometry and Plane Trigonometry, I Robinson. ; Mental Philosophy, - - Haven. Astronomy - LOOMIS. Logic, - - McCosH. i Science of Government, - Alden. WINTER TERM. Elements of Criticism, Boyd's Kames. Moral Philosophy, - - Haven. 1 Mechanics, - Snell' s Olmsted. ; English Literature, - - Shaw. : SPRING TERM. 1 Geology, _ - Dana. Natural Philosophy, Snell' s Olmsted. Analogy of Religion, _ _ _ - Butler. ^^autf;^^ i n, J [odcrn ^)it[)^uagcs. i ! FIRST YEAR. FALL TERM. t (French.) Oral Method, (Part I.) - - Keetles. i (German.) German Grammar, Worman. WINTER TERM. 1 (French.) Oral Method, (Part IL) 1 Keetles, (German.) German Grammar, (completed,) Worman. | German Reader, (begun,) Worman. ' ! Lebanon Valley College. 25 SPRING term. ; (French.) (German.) 1 Oral Method, (Part III.) German Reader, (completed,) - SECOND YEAR. FALL TERM. Keetles. WORMAN. ' (French.) ' (German.) Les A ventures de Telemaque, (Fenelon.) Maid of Orleans WINTER TERM. Fasquelle. Schiller. ' (French.) (German.) Vie de Napoleon, (Dumas,) Hand Book of German Literature, SPRING TERM. Fasquelle. Adler. ' (French.) (German.) Literature de Francaise, Hand Book, (continued,) Chapsal. Adler. Classes in this department are organized as occasion demands. ^)ri|amcntal fi^pdm^nt* 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 correctly. ; II. Course in Instrumental Music. I. ON THE PIANO. New England Conservatory Method ; Czerney's Ecole de Velocite, Books I, 2 and 3 ; Heller and Concone's Exercises Selections from popular composers. 26 Lebanon Valley College. 2. ON THE ORGAN. Root and Cady's, or Getz's, School for the organ ; Vocal and In- strumental Sheet Music. 3. ON THE GUITAR. Curtiss's Method for the Spanish Guitar ; Vocal and Instrumental Sheet Music. ^he ^littc lltits. In this Department we aim to make the student acquainted with nature — to train the mind and soul, as well as hand and eye. Instruc- tion is given in perspective and the principles of drawing ; also, in oil, pastel, crayon, and water colors ; in faces, figures, fruit and landscape, both from models and from nature. %tritrnl ftemaitks. LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE is located at Annville, a pleasant rural village, situated in one of the most delightful portions of the beau- tiful Lebanon Valley. The village is noted for its healthfulness and freedom from those temptations to vice so common to cities and large towns. It is accessible from all points, being located on the direct route of railroad travel from Harrisburg, via Reading, to Philadelphia or New York. Trains stopping at Annville leave Harrisburg and Reading five times a day, Sundays excepted. BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. There are two large brick buildings provided with modern improve- ments, and capable of accommodating a large number of students. The rooms are arranged for two students each, are well ventilated, contain clothes presses, and are heated with hot air. There is also a fine campus of about six acres. The Ladies' hall is entirely separate from the other premises. Lebanon Valley College. , 27 The Ladies' Department is under the immediate care of one of the lady teachers, and young ladies from abroad are furnished comfortable and pleasant homes, where they have every advantage for study and general improvement. All non-resident students board in the Institu- tion, and hence are under the continual care of the President and Professors. FURNISHING AND OUTFIT. Students are required to furnish their own bedding, excepting the mattress, bolster and pillows. They should have their blankets, sheets, pillow cases and clothing indelibly marked with their full names. Parents and guardians. are advised that the student needs very little pocket money. In many cases it is safer that his funds be entrusted to an officer of the institution whose discretion may regulate his expend- itures. DISCIPLINE. The object of the Institution is to afford a home, where parents or guardians may place their sons, daughters, and wards with safety and profit, and where young men and young women may be fitted for use- fulness under influences calculated to refine their tastes, ennoble their aspirations, discipline their intellectual powers and develop a high Christian character. The government of the College is strict, but parental. Every unexcused absence, failure, or misdemeanor of a student is reported to the Faculty, and a record made of the same. The first three demerit marks will subject a student to private re- proof ; the first six to reproof before the Faculty ; the first nine to re- proof 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; ' matriculation. No one is recognized as a student or permitted to enter any class of the College until he is matriculated, and his matriculation is deemed a pledge on his part to obey all the. rules and regulations of the College. STUDIES and recitations. Students are required to pursue the studies of the classes to which they are assigned unless exempted for special reasons. No student is permitted to take a study to which he has not been assigned nor discon- tinue a study without permission obtained from the Faculty. ^Lebaxox Valley College. EXAMESATIONS . Public examinations are held at the close of the first and second terms before a committee of the Faculty, and at the close of the year before a committee appointed by the Patronizing Conferences. The ex- aminations are intended to be thorough and have an influence in deter- mining the standing of the student. In all cases when from any cause a student has failed to be present at the regular examination he shall undergo an examination before being permitted again to recite in the classes of the College. PROMOTION. i At the beginning of each term the old classes are reorganized and new ones are formed. At or near the close of each academic year the names of all the members of each class separately come before the Fac - ulty for promotion and those of the senior class for graduation, and no student is promoted to a higher class, or to graduation, except upon the unanimous vote of the Facultv. I i j RHETORICAL EXERCISE. An exercise in composition is required of each student once in two weefo : also a public oratorical exercise of the regular College classes monthly. ' - LEAVE OF AB5EXCE. No student is allowed to be absent during the term without special f>ermis5ion. The absence of a student, for even a day during his term time, exerts on his progress an evil influence, which is seldom fully ap- preciated by parents and guardians : hence no ajxjlogy but that of sick- ness, or xmavoidable accident, is sufi&cient to excuse a student from a regular attendance at recitation. 1 BOOKS OF REFEREXCE. The following manuals are recommended : Anthon's Classical ! Dictionary-. Eschenburg's Manual of Classical Literature. Webster's or ! Worcester's Unabridged Dictionary, Long's Classical Atlas, Crosby's I Greek Grammar, and Adler's German ^d English Dictionary. j RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Religious service is held in the College Chapel in the morning of ■ each day, which all the students are required to attend. Students from abroad, who are residents of the College, are also required to attend public worship on the Sabbath in the College Chapel unless otherwise directed by the Facultv', except those who on accovmt Lebanon Valley College. 29 of church membership or wish of parent or guardian may prefer to attend church elsewhere. A student's prayer meeting, which all are invited to attend, is held on each Tuesday evening. DEPARTMENTS OF STUDY. The curriculum of the College embraces three courses, namely, the Classical, the Ladies', and the Scientific. Each of these is separate from the rest, yet complete in itself. libraries and cabinet. The College Library, to which all the students have access without charge, contains upwards of eleven hundred volumes. The Libraries of the Literary Societies also comprise a respectable number of well selected and standard volumes. These libraries are constantly increasing by donations of friends of the College. The Cabinet contains a collection of specimens in Mineralogy, Geology and Natural History. DEGREES. Bachelor of Arts. — This degree is conferred in course upon any student of the College who completes the studies of the Classical Course, and passes a satisfactory examination upon the same. Mistress of Arts. — This degree is conferred in course upon any lady student who completes the studies of the Ladies' Course and passes a satisfactory examination upon the same. Master of Arts. — This degree is, on application, conferred upon any Bachelor of Arts who has, for at least three years since his gradua- tion, devoted himself to literary or professional pursuits, and has during the same time sustained a good moral character. Fee, Five tlollars. CERTIFICATE. » To any student who completes the Scientific Course, a certificate to that effect is given. LITERARY SOCIETIES. There are connected with the College two Literary Societies — the Philokosmian and the Clionian. TEXT books. Text books and stationery may be obtained at the College. 30 Lebanon Valley College. I^.^pcnse^. BOARDING. WASHIN(;. LIGHT. FUEL AND TUITION. For Fall Term, ------- |88 oo For Winter Term. - - - - - - - 52 oo For Spring Term. - - - - - - - 60 00 Day students will be charged — For Fall Term, from Si 8 to S21. For Winter Term, from Sio to Si 2. For Spring Term, from Si 2 to Si 4. When two or more members of the same family attend the College at the same time a reasonable deduction is made on the above terms. EXTRA CHARGES. FALL TERM. WIXTKR TERM. SPRING TERM. Two lessons a week on the Piano or Organ, wath use of instru- ment for practice. - - S18 00 Sio 00 Si 2 00 Two lessons a week on the Gui tar. - - - - I T 00 10 00 10 00 Sio 00 10 00 2 00 9 00 6 00 Vocal Music, two lessons a week, 3 00 2 00 2 00 Oil Painting, a lesson each day.- 14 00 9 00 11 00 Pastel, a lesson each day. - - 9 00 6 00 6 00 Ornamental Penmanship, two les- sons a week. - - - 6 00 4 00 5 00 Pencil Drawing. a lesson each day, 4 00 ^ 50 2 50 TERMS OF PAYMENT. One-half invariably in advance ; the balance at the middle of the term. Lebanon Valley College. 31 ^ctims m\i\ |Jai|ati0ns. The Collegiate Year is divided into three terms. The Fall Term will begin on Monday, August 23d, and will end on Friday, December 24th. The Winter Term will begin on Monday, January loth, 1876, and will close on Friday, March 17th, 1876. The Spring Term will begin on Monday, March 20th, 1876, and will close on Friday, June 9th, 1876. Sttuients should enter, if possible^ on the first day of the term. ||ei:a|iHulation. Monday, August 23d, 1875. — ^^^^ Term begins. Friday, December 24th, 1875. — Fall Term closes. VACATION OF TWO WEEKS. Monday, January 10, 1876. — Winter Term begins. Friday, March 17th, 1876. — Winter Term closes. Monday, March 20th, 1876. — Spring Term begins. Friday, June 9th, 1876. — Spring Term closes. vacation of nine weeks. Monday, June 7th, 1875, ^^ 3 o'clock P. M. — Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees. 32 Lebanon Valley College. ^omm^ticement ^ceL 1875. Sabbath, June 6th, lo o'clock, A. M. Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev. E. S. Chapman, A. M., of Dayton, Ohio. Thursday, Friday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 30, 4TH, 7TH 8th and 9TH. Examination of Classes. Tuesday, June 8th, at 8 o'clock, A. M, Anniversary of the Clionian Literary Society. Wednesday, June qth, at 8 o'clock, P, M. Annual Address before the Literary Societies, by Rev. T. H. Robinson, D. D., of Harrisburg, Pa. Thursday, June ioth, 10 o'clock, A. M. Commencement Exercises.