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J Semi-Weekly Interior journal !. C. WAIiTON, LIUH. Munagor SiANKOitD, Ky., Auuuht HI, 1888 Publlsliod Every Tuoaday end Friday AT '-i PICK. YJCAIt.IX ADVAXOK r'hcn not so paid gU.&O will h i i i LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. I Mail train going North .. South ........I Jipm Impress train " South..,.,., ........a...-,.. iiJ7pm ' North...,.., . .OT ......... .......I eam Local Freight North ......4 jo a m souin. 0 33 prn The Utter trains alo tarry pas .engcrs, The above I calculated on standard time, Solar lime it about to minute fatter. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Traint I roup Knwlaod at 3 33 m and 7 o a m and (tturn at 6 m and E.40 p m M E AN8TUS IN E8 &7 Watch is and Jewelry repaired nnd wnrrntited. A, It. lVuny. TiiKhest place to buy drugs,-patent medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. Penny's. lluv your school books, ink, tablets. Jiencils and M'liool supplies of all inik from A. It. Penny. 1 guarantee all watches nnd every article of juwelry I n-11 to Ihj just rw A. It Penny. SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. Miw. J.T. Hi. nkkniiiii continues very ill. Miis. J. W.iM.ti'B Is visiting relatives at Iturgiu. Mn. T. It. Walton took in the Fair WudneHlay. Mis Sri: Hki.m is visiting Mi. C. W. K renter, of New Allmny. John 11. Ciuhi and son, Will, aru attending the I'xington Vair. Mie. Malinim Havpkn. of Louisville, Is Mr. W. II. Mlllur. Mix.- M.miu: ltt is visiting her grandmother, near P.irkville. Mas. Annik Jm:, of Kirksville, is visiting heie, niliciting cniyon work. Mia. W. K. Vi.un, of Iiuisville, is visiting the family of Mr. F. O. Himly. Miis. IJ. It. C'otii'Kit is sH'iiding a few days with her parents nt Uutonvillc. .1. S. .In., left yesterday for l.flniiioti. Tenn., to tliiMi his lawcoine. Mi-s Mih.i.u: 1iux)K, of t'rnb Orchard, lus Wen visiting Mrs. Dr. .1. S. Carpen- tiT. John .1. IhuniiT, who has beou living nt Spiinglleld, Mo., is visiting ftiends here. Ituv. A. S. MoKnrrr and family took their final departure for Midway Wednesday. Mit. L. M. I.ii,i:v has gone to Lily to take charge of tho mining store of .1. It. Crooko v Co. Miss l.uv T.vti: liiih' ivturnud from an extended visit to ftiends ht mid llainidhuiv. Wi: regret to learn that our punctual Crab Oielinrd eoi respondent, Miss Maggie Kgbert, is iiti ill. Mn. It. F. .losi, of Kansas City, who ha Is'en mi u isit to his sun, Mr. Joe j Junes, returned yesterday. Menk. J. 1LFiiiiis,.I.S. Hocker, J K. I'ortinan ami W. A. Trihble went to, tlie Irf'xington Fair Wednesday. I Jt'ixii: Aicous reKirtH Ids partner, J. A. Craft, of Ixmtlou, ns out of danger after his long sicire with tvphoid fever. rnit. L. 1". is attending the American Dentil Association nt I). H. Cntpeiiter went "long to keep him straight. Mil. W'm. Miiun, wife and child, of Stanford, wlio hnve been VLsiting the ! Shull, alias Sherley, nt Corbin, and held family of Mr. John ItuxHell, have jail ilt.n. 011 the' supiwuition that he cd home. Meicer Sayings. wns wante,i n Alnbamn for niunler, was Jt . M. C h.i t.i:y and family, wo from custody W'eilncsday, nro glful to Kiy, will not leavo for j thrums from ollicinls in that Statu having for two weeks yet, he having n(, i,.,, Hint no such man was ed an extension of his vacation. ; wanted, and Sherley failing to appear .Iwikm, Crab Oiolimtt'H j naliibt him. He says he has killed no-pretty blonde, was visiting friend hem ; lJMly, but would not deny tho charge this week, nnd with Mrs. Saunders, of J t lint ho had stolen a man's daughter Ohio, made us a pleasant call Tuesday. and that he hail ollered a reward for him Miss Lmjia Mi k can, a gmdur.toofthe , Ilnldwiu, (),, University, with several yearn' experience ns a teacher, hits to become lady principal of tho here. Ji'inik John M. I'iiii.ii's, of Kansas City, is slinking Imtuls witli old friends !i.ir.i It., tu t,i1l nnil tlii.v ili ne L h. strnck it tolerablvrich in the ! city of booms. The monthly icport of tho Itailroad lltuetto of railway accidentH In tho United ! .States shows that in July thero were I 11 total of l."" accident, in which oO per sons were killed and UK) injured. .Mn. John S.Mif.BV, who has proven himself a good Balesman riming his several years' connection with I). W. establibhiucnt, left yestenliiy to take a siunlar position withtjio largo dry goods tlrto of II. Knott, ffc Sons, Louisville. , VV ,., ' f. " JamixIi. Oiviris'lsbncl; on his native heath, ai tor, n pn?iftaufiunilpionUiblo trip tfhu')J(l World. JT7v object of his visit wiw toBeo liffliwetheait and to interest lCugHahcajiit.lliBtH in in hXith of'litoh fho was biicVebshiL ( if . 1 V inn ai marl . j' J ' Aiiout iOilln'isncirppwlifttj seed ryo for sale. J. H. Ilnutt - ' Don't let Itrtice McUobertV clothing opportunity pass yo.u. See their V avis J Kmitv barn-Is nt T. It. Wilton's. , ".' . Uivo it:t Hut!. A. T. Lynn wuoorcurH to-morrow, ,.. . rl. IIUI J, UrfCllt. 1HU I . a O.ni: Yaiid good tolmcto tor 20 cunts nt S. S. Myers'. . f TiiKroom atlioinlnu tliu Odd Fellows I Hull Is for runt. Apply to Jolin A. Allen or S, S. Myers. ii i " ' Tin; wifu of Mr. 15. C. Stiuler lias presented him with n liig hoy, whom helms Klvcn tho pretty name of "IVte." Tm: College and tho Seminary both open Monday and wc hope to record in Tuesday's paper the largest attendance ever known. In tho trial before Judge Carson yesterday for cutting each other over n game of cards, Jim Middletou wiw lined $10 and Tom Hopper acquitted. a ' Havk already received and am daily receiving u line of the most desirable fall and winter suitings the market atibrds. Call and examine them. II. 0. Itupley. a Havk your express to come by the L'nlted States express from Louisville. Quick time and lower rates than any express company. A. T. Nunnelly, Agent. w m Kvona is the nnino of a new postolllce in Ciwey county with James W. Ilaldock postmaster. Miss Louisa Magee has leen apKiiited postmistress nt Marytlell, laurel county. Tub public schtlo'l,' W. F. McClaty teacher, will liegin next Monday. All children within the school age are urgently requested to attend. AV. (.J. CIi'ii. Hoard Trustees. IiiWBinoved my meat shop to the old Dr. Mcltoberts ollice, on street from the cellar under tho store, where I will be glad to wait on my customers. . 1. Itanisey. m Nbt Saturday, September (1st, I will lK'gin to handle fresh oysters and celery, and will run through the season, determined not to be undersold liy nn one. My stock will always lie fresh. J. T. Harris. -.. .. Cm von PortnUt Painting executed promptly nt reusoii'iblo prices. Sped- mens of my work can be seen at the fur niture, store of II. K Wcaron in Stan-, ford, who will nlM) give prices and other! i will ' hTOIln,IWi ,t i10,H. VOu come out Information, or midribs me at Kirksvine.oftu.f1.liacc. vtlnwl' a(1 lullrtcil u Mrs. Annie . James. ninl better inorv patient iimu in innnv Tin: patrons of tho Male Seminarv! will please remember that the session Mondnv, .vpt. . The j principal requests that nil i.upiis enter! promjitly, so as to unjoy the nilvnntnues l to bo obtnined by being jinent nt the organization of the sclmol. ' Tiikuk will be four excursions tills fall to Texas, Arkmisiw, Knnsfts, Nobraskn nnd Colorado nt one hue for tho round trip. One Scptcndier 11th nnd '.Villi nnd ( Ictfdx'r nth nnd Jd. Kor tickets or any information cnll on or V. . l'eim, T. P. A., Junction City, Ky. Tiiom: of us who put up our money to hold it fuirhero will only get SI.'iO for 10 subscribed. Lincoln county people Mviilmitlv ilri lint u'imIi to Ween ulirenst ..itl. othnr Mimitltii in BuotainiiiL sudi an eiitermisu in their midst, but will continue to do her best for ltnyle, son and Mercer. To pay $CmVI enclt for the privilege of giving the people a creditable exhibition is not very pleasant to the stockholders but we "Oppose we enn stand it at any rate we'll lmvo to. W. .M. JonkfiH, who wnn nrrested 11 week ago for shooting Dr. aI,i the girl. If any man deserves n good pension it isCapt. Hen V. Powell. He came as near to lighting, bleeding aud flying for his country, not to do tho latter, ns any of tho brave fellows who went forth at their countrv'scnll. A ball htruck him lar " tllu 0,,,,, out sever- al teeth, Bplitting his tongue In two uud otherwise inlurini: hini: his nrui was shattered by another and he still carries in his leg n minnio ball, which it was thought best at tho time not to extract, but which now gives him much trouble, l-'l,''' "" raised to SJ0 11 mouth, but that is sinnll for what he has gone through. - - Sta .sroun. Mr. Joe Seveiance, whois about to open 11 largo dry goods establishment here, has an abiding faith in the future of Stanford, Ho believesthnt there will be 10,000 people hero Inside of ten yours and that within half that time tho iNratioit Jorrmi. will have found its Issue as far behind the times us tho weeklies are now', and blossomed forth into a .daily. Up hays ho c.in remember when tjnly twq daily pa-Vois were taken here', lcsllumflO years ago, while now nearly every man in town gets one or more, besides taking other papers. The town is spreading ami growing, that's a fact, and Mr. Severance will show his faith by his works and open a storo to be piouri of. , Tub 15. & 0. Kxtiiwi Is tho safest Jiml .f ' Wall Wit have received and opened u lnie and new lot of wall paper. Owsley fi Craig. Ofit new fall hats and other fall goods . ,.,,,, .. ' ill he ill In a few days and wo cordial-1 ly invite the Indies to call nnd examine. CottitsCo. Sai.b. .Indue J. M. Philips has sold to Mrs. S. C. Trueheart his house and lot, on Danville street now occupied by 8. H. Myers for MtiNiMY ii county court day and I will, as lw prepared to furnish a tunner with n cnange tor s.' cents. It. Ziininer. . I iiavb just received a big lino of fall shoes of the Zelglitr Uros.' make, and my customers to call and examine them. S. H. Shanks. D11. S. (i. llocKKii, J. K. and I. M. Ilrucu lmve purchiwetl the lot of Uncle IajuIs Hocker, on Lancaster street, for $"KX), to keep oir disagreeable occupants. m TiiKCirentIiidiistri.il Parade at next Wednesday will inaugurate the Full Commercial Jubilee Celebration. The L. & N. offers very low rates for the occasion. CtKoittii; H. Molbs, a former Lincoln county man, but now living in Illinois, writes to 11 friend that he has Ilux in his family and has just lost his bright little 5-year-old son. It is estimated that an inch of rain on an aero of ground is equal to 100,000 tons in weight. Tho rainfall this month reaches nearly 10 inches, or 1,00,000 tons to the ncro of ground. Or the S12.",t"J0 in the o percent Isjuds issued to the Southern I i... i j., an mm ........ !.. ! ov .nurrer louiiiv, ;iw,iMicmmu in M'W i ork tins weeK at par, mo niuronti receiving the accrued interest. Lincoln county has no bonded indebtedness to speak of, nnd as the bonds she will sell Monday bear (5 per cent, they ought to bring a good premium, taking the above as a criterion. A tiooi) old Methodist brother in send-1 iilL' n liitter (if sviiui.itliv in our temlile , nli..,:OI, nii,i,. ..You neel a little I respects. iik I gentleman (,,'ntl' ''""l know us. Jub not near a'1 " ""rh I'ience, Moses was never " mwK ""r "niiinia as lamiiui ns our- selves under ns Irving circumstnnces. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Citcuit court begins here next Monday. John I!usell, aged .", died Friday of typhoid Peter Sowder died this week of same Two parties have been fired upon from the while returning from lliush Creek station during the week. NoIkhIv hint. Mitchell Not ton and Ueo. Pitman, who exchanged "evernl shots on election day, have Ihvii placed under bond of cllV) each. Mrs. A. Uutner, of Jlroillie.iil, who h.w been very low with consumption, was brought here to her father's, James Honk, on Wednesday. Williamsburg has what might be termed n drug trust, with our former fellow townsman, J. L. Whitehead, at its head. Tim two drug stoics there have consolidated and have formed 11 company for the nianufactute of Whitehead's medicines and are nNo doing a good Wo are glad to sec' John succeed. J. II. Pcatl, slieiiir, Ixmdon, W. II. Proctor, Stanford, Dr. Henton, Urodhcnri, John Stevens, Iterea, ami J. L. White- ! head, Willinmsbur, weij here tluring tho week. Henry Weber nnd sister, Miss Cieitrude, ivturued to Knoxville Wednesday. Miss Maggie Spradlin to college at (.lallatin, Tenn., on Tuesday. W. W. ILiit, of Conway, has gone to Chicago for two months. Mrs. Maggie Hiloy left Thursday to meet her husband nt Detroit, Michigan. The Lily Mining Company. (To the Kditor of the Interior Journal. Tho Lily Mining and Manufacturing Co. Imvo introduced n new fenturo into the coal Ileitis of Kentucky, which will bring tho heretofore nhnost valueless nut ami pen coal into popular demand. They screen all of it with 11 revolving screen nnd nt the samo tiino wash it thoroughly by meant) of 11 huge stream of water pouting continually on it as it is going through tho process of screening, thus bringing it through perfectly free front dust and riiit, the veritable black diamond. And all this Is done by onu huge engine, which, in addition to revolving tho screen, pumps tho necessary nt ream fioin Inurel Creek, n a way, ami forces it through, andnt thu samo time by wire cables, draws all the c6al in cars from the tips and returns the empty c.u s from tho scales. TJicre is nothing like it, especially tho washing process, nearer than tho mines of Pennsylvania? which yield no better coal than tliclist Tho manager of tho' L. & 2C. blnukhinlth shops prefers it to coal from evvry other mine in this region nnd says it is not second to tho celebrated Pittsburg coal. is it from sulphur that thow who use it will liavo n respite from catarrh. L. NKW AliVKIlTISKMENTS. SAW MILL FOR SALE! AIko I.timl mid As I ileire to leave Kentucky! will fell at great sacrifice a saw mill. coinnl.lt with to l.n.l.T. D"d " 'l"'" K"l Vtu ' ox ''. U"B' .1 """" waguna t bucboird, i upriftac wag- on '"" i""na 3 yiu of cattle, 3 mulct, 1 hore, . , iiimiiicic. hhu my i.irni in soo Hire ul non land well timbered. Will rll privately MART sMII'lt Mnywood, Ky PUK2.IC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Atndminlttraim of J jhn D Cnrpenter, I will on THTJRiTiAV ppqi 071. iqoq ' -.-, ww, Sell to the hiphet liiddc thtfj lo inj property, Si'Pf. m ' hcdecp.neH, on the HiMtnnvillu .V Middlebur pike, i mile from llutoiillte jo head of t, 400 pound cittle, 30 head of i,oo pound cattle, Jo he id of yiurlinK tecr and jo cc jnd calvci, 30 brood rnarcn 3 year-line harte colli, 3 aj;ed uurk mare mulet, 1 mare mule, tjo soo pound hett a lot of Ikui, 40 bead f rnei brJ to Southdown buck, 30 acre of corn isacret of millet, 10 torn tif hay, 764 buhel of wheat, 51 iharet of llmtonville Natioual Hank ttock, 30 iharet of atock in the Farmert National ll.uik ol AIo farming Iniplcnieim nd houtchold and kitrhtn furniture. Tcrmt made known on day of rale. MRS M W CAKI'ENTER, Admi Jolin I) Carpenter, Dec d, It not rented before, will on that day rent the "Lee Farm," contain 334 aretol No. 1 blue (raw laud j8.td 3DMIHISTBJ1T0R'S SHLS Of IIcjrni, MuIuh, Corn, Aio. Aa Adminittrator ot J J Neula-id, dee'd I will, at hMate residence near rreaclieroille, In Lincoln county on Wednesday. Sept. 5, 1888, Sell publicly all of hit reripual property, Coniiatlnsof houtehnld and kitchen furniture, farminc Inplementt. about Co head cf botn. i pr mulee, Fiumc, it cowt, r bull, a lot of calvei, about l.ooo bbU corn In field, ahoul t.nnn hti.h clt of wheat in Uck, twenty-four htire of Mock in the htanford and I'rcachcrnwllc 'turnpike, A lock of goodt at Prcichirtville, Ky , Ac, Over that .imt , three month cridit. lienor ai tecunty and interest beinir reauired w , , wjilTK, Adm'r Ai RS .(?ftfXw!cS, SURGEON DENTIST, STANFORD, KY ca?ed byi" r'" Tl'rT"' '" room """ "' - TA2SIE3 I 1A.S!ES I i To The Voter3 of Lincoln County: The Tax II ok arc now reauy f r iBsS and amready to rceie Uio Uixe Kverjbody will loruru .-nil r.n earlv 30-lf 1 D.NtWLAND, S I. C Turnpike Election ! There u ill L a meeting of the ttockholdera of thchtunli rdand 1'rcat.hertville Turnpike at the court-home in Stanford at a p in on ,eptemuer .nunty tourt day, for election of a Hoard or lor the cr.iumc year. 5'' lllt.II SAUOKANT, Scc'y. SALS OF BOITDS. ON M0NDAY,"SEPT. 3rd, 1888, llefore the drrnr in StanlorJ, Ken incky.atil' M e will o'fer at public iale 10 'nic of ljni.oln county ix per cent, lntcrcit. pavahlu annually I V vAKNO, ) (I U COOI'KR, Comtiv svid i 1: c.Ki'i:vii:h, j JLANI FOR SAJL.E. ira .icre .in the Somerxt and Crab Oarchard road hilf way between the two placet. Well of water on tho pluce. Half and Jo airek in A outlet for cattle, hoi-s nd!lkrep V G. WAI.LACK, SJtf Dahney Ky. ,PlLT:i3JLiKCAlf.iFJ A executom o( s.mfurd rrwin, det'd, we will ell his I lie rciidencc on the Stanford ft I'lke, midway betwrttn tlie two town-, ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888, 'I he follow ln( property : Seven a and i year-old fat 4 high grade lieifers, 5 liijrh ;radcciiwcnd calves, 35 hish ;j lnh Krat'e heeii, I pair aged mare mulev 1 family norc, a a-) ear-old lior.es, tine ones, t tine )eatlin filly, 1 fine combined mare and colt, 1 hrcod mare 1 bacuuehu and h.irtion, 1 bujjuy und harniks, 1 .pfinj; mill harness, wagon anil harniss, 1 wheat drill, harrow, ulowt. Iiaritini: machine. Ac , Arc. 16 acres of corn m field uud 5 st.icl.s of new nny. Term-, made Knonn on day of le Mils. I .. I. KRWIN. ( ,,0" T I. I. IU.AKI), I P17BUC SALE OF STOCK, CHOP, AC. As Kxecutorstf the wil of Craig I.ynn, deceased, wc will on SATURDAY, SEPT. x, '88, sell to the highest bidder nil the tok, crop and farming implements of whuh said decedent did postcss, Consisting of about 50 head of cattle of which thero are tfi head of ear-old ulcers, ao head of a- car-old heifers, 4 ini'L caws and calves, about 30 good hogs, 3 sows and pi;,6brond mares, and hred to yood jacks, 15 acres of good corn 6,000 liundlcsof oats, 2 shares stock in the Stanford Koller Mills, 14 shares stock in tho Stanford fi Hull. (!.ip i'ltrnpike 1 bugcy und hames, 1 wagon, aiilky turning plow, lTiomns Hay Kakc, Tliuiuas Harrow, mowing machine, and all the fanning implements usually kept on uwell regulated farm. Termi madejknwn on day ( aalc JOHNG. LYNN. Kxccutor. AUo at same time nnd place a above, I will, as Administratrix or A. C. lucker,dec'd sell all tlie stock, crop and farming naplementa of said uutt, conststiiig 01 knmu catiiu and norse sioci, lot tit 1hi', betwecu .taoaud 400 liarttU ot com, 10 stack of hay no liiiliel suelledoits, small lot rye, buL') ana harness, 1 wagon, mowing machine. Acme harrow, plavs and many other things which 1 cannot mention Term made known on day of sale. MRS. ALICBTUCKUU. THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES S2.50 TO 34 PER DAY. ACCORDING to rooms: TURKISH. RUSSIAN I1ATHS IN HOTEL. COL. G. W. HILL' - Bingley's Monster AM) - will Kxmnir Stanford, Friday, Sept. 7, Crab Orchard, SatMrdtvy, Sopt. 8. I'rcentinz at all timet more than advertited and introducing array of pre-eminent performance!, carefully collected, acceptably presented and proudly nubmitted to the public without fear of other than an unanimous comtmndatioti A quadruple exhibit (n one old-time rinz A thow of excluilve and startling feature Absolutely original Requiring io Acres of Tents in Which to Exhibit! With seating Capacity for unlimited thoutand. Srippte arena! Theatre) tlicicl College I Ituxian Roller Skater, World' llcrie ConrtM, Trained Animal! and Ancient Carnival of Home, Performing Monkey t, Dogt, Ooatt and Trained wild animal, 1 rick Stillborn, Ponittand Muled A E0ZEN CLOWNS! PONDEROUS PERFORMING ELEPHANTS! Fhenominal mid-air arenlcchampiont from exer noud capiiall Every promite a sacred pledge? Atchaite un it i inatchletl Doors Open at 1 and 7 P. M. Performance an Hour Later. an Unparalleled, Resplendent Street Parade! Free to All, at xo a. m. Open Dint of Wild lleaMi with Traiuertl Prof. Zaniora will make an Accenrton in hit IlaT on aud white in mid-air will make a descent of 1,000 feet with hit parachute to the earth after the prccetticn ia over. , NEW FURNITURE MACJK HUFFMAN i JaaJaW .iVbbbV aRliBIVfvM) Vfll TlllrlaMn' Will keep constanfy on hinl a large atd select lire of Furniture and Undertaker s Goods. My prices will bs as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give mo a tr a' an J. you will be con- vinced that I sell lower than the BOFFINS, BASKET'S, ROBES. HalaaBaaaaaaaaaVBV'aaaVVVVilHiiaiaiaV "WAlil. PAPER, complete:stock NEW! NEW! NEW I A CARD TO THE PEOPLE Bo SIMMEl E CDS European Menagerie! and manelotit novelties STORE 1 MUM m Ity " . : ' .-"N'. .-. lowest. and ALWAYS ON HAND. B. K. "SarEAHEWTo OF LINCOLN COUNTY. La 9 in tbe house formerly occupied by Bakery, Restaurant and will keep constantly on hand Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of Meals served at any hour. Try Cake. We do our own work. Come guaranteed. R. ZIMMER, Wholesale and Retail. observe THAT M'ROBERTSSTAGG tfT.7i:Dr(rrfcWTtfn .aV. .LJtv JilsiS.l JA. -or- Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a California Fruit Store. They everything in their line, such as Bread, Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. their Ice Cream; it takes tho and buy at first hands. Satisfaction Respectfully, LEJLSjEI I A imTfTTf If A ' yCtiX. .Av. 'VJ xLoLji WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glassas to suit tho eye. STATE COLLEGE i KENTUCKY EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study, COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. sr I'all term brirln September I 'J. IVs. ''or fntnlniriii' and other In (urination nifdreai JA.lli:S K. I'ATTKKSON, I'lt. I).. l.exlulon, Kcntiirki. i- 4