Commercial College ,
55 & 57 North Fourth Street, between Pine and Olive,
Established 1859. . . . Incorporated 1861.
Empowered by Legislative authority to grant Diplomas, award
Degrees, confer Honors, and exercise all and singular the privilege
common to Commercial Colleges and Universities in the United State
(See Charter, Section 7.)
Students Can Enter At Any Time:
Young Men prepared for actual business of the Counting
House. Instruction given in Single and Double
Entry Bookkeeping, as used in every
department of business;
Telegraphing, Commercial Arithmetic, Rapid Business Writing,
Mercantile Correspondence, Commercial Law, Detecting
Counterfeit Money, Political Economy, En-
glish Grammar and Elocution.