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F Semi-Weekly InteriokJournal Stanfokd, Ky., At'OUST -. lt.cwAt.TON, dub. MantiRor 1)h. A. MEANS BUSINESS. Comk nnd settle your nccount. A. II. Tenny. Watoiiim nnd jewelry rupnircri nnd , warrniited. A. It. 1'enny. j TiiKbest plncc. to buy drugs, patent niedicineu and toilet artiviesiH at A. It. I'imiuv'b. iluv your school books, ink, tablets. paper, jvencilH and school supplies oi an kinds from A. It. Penny. PERSONAL POINTS. h. Piiki: Is hero for a ed his wife lure etturdny. fev. M eeks. Mint. Hiikik Jones is Huuimering at Kyo Heacb, X. II. Mil. V, It. M v.MEH, of Nashville, join Mit. Jou.v II, Cium hns rvturnoH from a protracted tour of the State in the his business. Miss Mou.tr. Ki.v, of Hrynntpville. is heio with frien Is, on hor return from Dripping Spring-i. Mit. T. W. Cikkii, of 1. iuisille, is up to sec his brother Harry, who is still very low with Uphold fever. M MtsiiAl..!. II. Owe.ss took a trip to Richmond Wednesday in search of the negro Itlanks, w ho escaped from jail. Mns. U. W. lino. troll is at her Bon's, It. II. Hroiinugli, with bis sick child, which was somewhat improved yesterday. Miss Maky Mvr.its, after a delightful visit to friends in Georgia, is with her old friends here for the rust of the summer. I'iiank S. Moiiton, of Athens, (in., is here to see one of tho lovely young ladies who is just now piying Stanford a visit. Mas. &. II . Sallic, of Danville, returned Wednesday, after a week's stay at Crab Oi chard Springs. Misses Claka Oplielin nnd Clara lackey and Annie Jennings, are Hrending a few days m Crab Orchard Springs. Mns KoiiKitr H. CitKooit, went to Lincoln uounty Monday U s'iid n week with relatives and friends. Lebanon Standard. Miss Maooik TiiKs,of Kliziibfthtonn, who has been visiting Kev. IWn Holm, returned Tuesday and he accompinied her as far as Louisville plicable when years are considered, but i(t.e) n,re(.,i t0 nil around thntonly r. Simp Klkiu Tuevlay uftornoon, 1 ,n,m inappropriate when their entertain- j tnjont s,0i,i i,t. H!5L.,i. Another e Dr, Ske our pino nm! ccilnr ticioru j Okpiceih of the election will confer a covering your bulliliiiK Sino ft Menu-' great f.ivor by letting us lmvo the result fee-. of their precincts by telegraph ns often 1889 j Tiiu C. it 0. will run another Old Point m excursion Aug. 7th, at SI- from l.f.lng I ton. Hoy a can of Sltiu Shot for L'5 cts. and i.ni . i i ....t.i 'n r... j KIM lliu IMlgl (III JIMir rilllDIIU. i. .n-i- calf. Till: best feed cutters at lliggins & Mi:-Kinney's. Kxaniine the Dr. Jtailoy and Hello Citv cutters. Jimkm: S.utlkv oHith his nttr.ictivu .Stanford residence and tlvo iu'ni of laml for sale. See notice in this issue. Tiiosk who lmvo not p.tld their ui" counts with us will pleae call and settle. We need the money and iniiftt have it. Courts t Cox. I AM still theaueiit for the celebrated Dick's Patent Peed Cutter, the most cutter thnt has ever been sold. Any sie can bo hid, from hand to horse M lis. M uitiia Kmbhv, of Louisville, is , T. Metodf. visiting Mrs. .1. M. Henzley. Miw Ida PitKwirr has returned from a week's visit at Willinmbburg. Miss Salmi: HKi.n, of Lexington, is the guest of Miss Allie Hubble. Miss Moi.uk Fikk, of Itichmond, hits been the guest of MM Annio Hale. Miis. Uun'kiuit Si'.M.niNd untl Iwys, of Lebanon, are visitinii at Col. T. P. Hill's. Mil. Fkiiiiiu. was called to Lily by the illness of Mrs. It. V. Dawson' little child. . Mks. MiMiuitx nnd Miss Williams, of Danville, wero visiting Mis. James Mi burn. Mas. W. I KoHiNbov, of LuitUvillc, is the guest of her sister, Mix. W. II. Mit. J. W. Hitowx and mother, of Mt. Vernon, were down Wednesday to see Dr. Hulunnn. Missus Moi.i.u: Piik, Alpha Tyree nnd Annitt Hale wont to the lbirroiltthurg fair yetirdiy. MiwEn Annb Siuxks and Maiy .Mi- trains are now being run over the Cuinbeiland Valley road between Pinoville and Cumberland (Sap nml the road will soon bo transferred to the transportation department. Tin: Parks Hill camp meeting excursion train will Itowlnnd nt 5::!0 a. m. Sunday and arriveat Itowlnnd returning at MV) v m. Fare for the round trip for nil stations this side of Winchester, SL.V). . . . Mit. H.Miiiou was n poor llnancier and , never nccumulatul much, though he 'spent his life in toll. His estnto will (about pav his indebtedness and leave his j wife the ?'.OdO insurance which he held on his life in the Kentucky Mutual. I: yon honestly that the majority should rule, whether it votes your way or not, yon can not ny so plainer than by voting for Dick Warren. A vote for Montgomery Minium that no majority I" riglit which d'ws not conform to the Kinney ate vinting Miss Nnney Kanland j IiIhhs of the I am IInliertlinnTlioncrowii. at Winchester. . , , 7?? '. 7 i Mn. Wtu. C. Wiimiiiti has soc.ii.h1 a ! ''r'1I' l1"'": r'N "' work the they ilnt to ears ago .. ..!..... ,i i ..ir.. i.... i ir.ime lVrlUl'II III lllin.n viv.i n.n. ... ...v ....r. joined him there Piiciessfully. but tinined soldiers are not ctiugbt napping. The fact that they did it once ought to nerve every democrat to his duty of voting for our nominee and seeing that overylmdy under hi does likewise. Warren's majority ought to ! fully '.OiM). ' - - Miss K Tr. Hoi.i.K has been her father's principal assistant during the time he was school superintendent and often did all the work, the health of his latter days rendering him unnblc to perform it. She is worthy and capable to succeed him and she nnd the family ncd tho salary that would have been her father's had he lived. Kvery man that believes she is entitled to it will honor himself by honoring her with his vote. m Osk of the most pleasant meetings the "Merne Kid Crowd" has had wns held with Misses Clara and Ophelia l.ickcy at Hon. (i. A. Uickey's residence Tuesday niidit. A large number gathered and en- I loved themselves hs they chose, some at Ki.mi and daughter, MUsi c.,nHi otitic nt dancing, while the more quiet preferred the The Misses wisMsted by Miss Clara Thompson, of Louisville, nnd MissAnnic Jennings, of St. Iouis, entertained ami cadi young heart beat joyously over the success of tho third club meeting ns they went to their various homes in the wee sum' hours of the morning. The elegant lunch was under the supervision of Mrs. Lackey and was one of the special features of the entertainment. The club now numbers up into theGOsnnd is still growing. The which gave her great relief, and she wns I (,,,. (juitljties are consulted. n little improved yesterday. '" . , 1 Mus.T. K. Walton is somehat im- A diicmmku named D.irian, represent-, .....1 vv i iiri..iit i iniieli better. g 'i Cincinnati jewelry house, came AVarren I locker is worse, his sister, Mivs j down on the K. C. from Itichmond Mon-1 . . . . .... , it. mi . .iiii ,i4iiimi. 111 imiiimnv wiiii a niiiiu . ... , . m.. i...r... m. urn. ami nsKeii 10 s peiui me uiL'm. me 'Iliu paiguey lypofi (;ui .'im. ...,., -.i .1 notlceof t, who was not sat.s led with the ,,. Horace M. Taylor'- name in our pear.mco of the pair, told them he could ,, I.,rk Hill .mii meetiiiL'. Mr. Tay-. l.r tu liwliiln... nf till' DcllOhit Il.lllk Of inga and patterns for Fall wear. in and make your selection. 11. 0. nlev. Hu- - I0TH,Mrs. Catherine Hailey has for sale some lots in ho Miller Extension. House and lot now occupied by W. II. Miller; also No. 1 horse and buggy. The booth privileges of tho Danvillo Fair wero awarded to our townsman, Mr.S. S. Myeis, ami he is now busy making arrangements to go thither with nn inexhaustible supply of everything to eat. . fnr as the l.vrintioit Jooiisal Is concerned the canvass Is ended. Wo have tried to do onr duty anil if tho democracy will do theirs all will be well. We shall be glad after this (u let up on politics and resume the even tenor of our way. 1 . 1..... .1 ...! ii- 1.. ....,... 1 IlOl. IICCOIIllllO IlllU IIII.-IU illltiuil lliu.t "VMi n..t!..t.. .....1 :.. ,...r.. ,.v....tl..nt kept by II. C. Vllliniu ! v... .- "I., ,ni ...!. I. I. ..!!.. I....1. I...... innn with many friends, several of whom. ""V '" '' have asked us If he had m.ir.ied again " wore "infortal: y UoUBC,l for tl.Oj ''' Hanlly had they been in their ns would bo implied by the erroneous j . ' rooms an hour when tho mother and sis-1 110 ('w" 5!5 , tor of tho girl ho full of lovo ajipeared on CITY AND VICINITY. 1 tho scene. This of course caused excite . ,, inent on every side, for. Mr. Gnun ".' w and uh early as possible. A man offered to bet yesterday thnt Hro. Montgomery would not carry u sin gle precinct in the county, but ho I dmitly forgot McCormack's meeting- house. j I TiiEitn will bo n grand picnic at Kings- , villo to-morrow, S.ituiday. It. C. ren anil other candidates will speak nnd the rest of the programme will consist of dancing and n match game of ball between the Kinirsville and Waynesburg nines. Owinu to the erious illness of his sister-in-law, Mr. Warien was unable to go to Ilustonville Tuesday night. A good crowd was present and Mid. Montgomery showed a becoming spirit of fairness and courtesy by not taking advantage of the occasion and delivering an nddress. in the legislative race, but the eigiw nre that they will show him a few things AiiKwering our question "Whv are yon co anxious to ke he wild, "If the them at all thev will take them from ns entiielv and Colson even will get left." Mi:. S. I.. I'owki:, senior member of the tlrm of S. L. Towers A Co., will be in charge of the business in Stanford until September 1st, commencing a special cut price sale prior to important changes in the business. 1 A. I'itman, the well-known ilrv woods evangelist, is now in I town, assisting S. L. Towers ft Co. in making some changes in their business here and at Ilustonville. The store will be discontinued nnd the two consolidated at Stanford. " A six.Ko who has heretofore voted tho straight, out republican ticket told us yesterday that he would vote for Dick Warren if his race refused to recognize him, his church turned him out or even if his family disinherited him. Said he, "The republicans have plead with me to keep tpiiet in this election nnd the prohibitionists have begged me to support Montgomery, but I will heed neither, for I am not only going to vote for Warren, but am going to work for him from dawn , to darkness on Monday next. ' Tup. I'rogressivo Angling Tarty given by Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Givens Tuesday I evening in honor of their guests, Misses MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. The wedding presents nt the marriage of Princess Iulse nnd the Earl of Fife are vnltied at 51,000,000. Mr. James Stringer arid Miw Mollle, daughter of the lato Nathan Daugherty, were married near McKinncy, yesterday. .VKW AliVKItTIKMENTS. A DEblRAULE RESIDENCE OR SALE. I offer for tide privately my Reslduicc and Hive Acreiof Land on Danville Uriel in Stanford. The hoii'e In room y and in good repair and all the net essary outlining are attached Posessiou given lthm two weeks afier sale Knr further callonCoI. V G Welch Stanford, Ky cr ad dress me at Lutamie, Wyoming territory. t 4t. M C. SAUFLEY Kentucky Agricultural ar.d Mechanical ASSOCIATION, Tin: jailer of Jecwunino county wrdte i LEXINGTOJiJ, Mr. S. M. Oweim that a negro answering the description of llnrdett Blank recently made hii eccnpu froi confined in tlio jail ttiere. tie was nr KY,, ' - - . - - l who I TT A T D n him, is J""1 jr x A. ! rested in XleholaHville on n charge of fTTTn 97 97 90 'if) 'il crap playing. Mr. Owens wentafter him Lttu' iJU' u1' y' K' " " vesterdav. ' Gr.o,a.:V.G:NTKvK,y8therei.peeu. Competition Open to the World, ble colored men will refrain from voting) ) 1 h Mbt Attractive Programme Ever Offered, rsilSJSTwB Baces Each Day. Vi.l1li Fret'i I'atml Uniformed Hand and Or che.tta will Jive a drand Concert each duy 1 IlKK LadiM and children under la years cl age will he jdmittid Free the firt day. special tram on all railroads at Keductd Kalis Floral Hall will he open and will be a feature of the Fair. rorturther information ard euUlotue, address the Secretary O A Ie!.O.NG, Fresident , tHOS L. MARUN.Secretar) WALLACE E. VARXOX, Attornoy at Law, Stanford, Kentucky Will practice in all the ourt of thl and i ounties and in the court' of apjsMl Office over Mi. Huberts & SU'k crwj; store JT FOB. S ALE-31 My Now House on Main St., Stanford, Ky For terms apply to Mr W It HlKCint, Stanford, or 1 1 me at Danville, Ky j, LOTTIE N HOLMhS, FARM FOR S&X.E. I deire tn tell my farm of 107 acres of land on the Incaiter pike, 3'i mile from Stan ford. Iiuprotments tood, including a kJ house with 6 rooms. Place well-watered and hu en it a good orchard. Applv to 49-31 ALEX HOI.TZCLAW, Stanford, Ky 3!TOTICE.) Moore and Jameson, of Paris, proved 11 very interesting and pleasant entertain- TO THE VOTERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY: llieilt. S'OIlie 15 COUpIeS of voting people A poll will he opened nt each votmc placoln , , , , "., . , ,.,' Lincoln county on the first Monday in AiiKUit, were present and nngleu to their bearts ,.gl ,0 lIcct a superintendent of Common Schcii of Lincoln Cmmty. to fill a vacancy hy the COllltni ailtr tin- wtt. tin llms, which deih of Rty j0,n A iiCj,e, former were pinceii 111 n vnse nnu wiiicu proven ent, imsjuty 17, ism. ,..,.. . tii '47 1. D NEW LAND, 5s. L C. ndithculttnsk to luipturc. A handsome JI vase was given as a prize to the one get- tinK the largest number, and it was won Amendments tO MCl55),h33Jpn'lOIl by Miss Moore. Clarence Tate secured the second prize, n linndsomely painted, shovel, nnd Dick Dennv the third a or Tin Cumberland Valley Land Co. lew 8 harp. Refreshment were Served The undersigned shareholders of the Cumber- ... , , ... ..,, J , ., land Vulley Land Company .imend the said Com lit 11 anil from that till nearly 1 the run)' Articles of Incorporation, heretofore filed riiiwtil 'or "Cord August 1, 18S7, in thecffkeoi'the cleric t nun III tOIUIIIOUI. of th(. Llncoln County Court, havine theretolore ... 1 hern duly acknowledged, as follos 1 ,n To II Ul.Ul Up a tree It looks Very much ihc first and third sections of slid articles 11 u II tile Mlilllle IWOS. IMSt IMII I Clllllj are so amended as to include within the scope of the c.omp(lI1.icperatlonlln Shimon to the coun would like to cniWllsh OUt of playing tllO lies of llarfan and Hell, tho counties of Knox, , , .11 . m... I Whlilcv, Laurel, Cl.iy, Terry, Letchir, I'cmell, IXTKIIIOIl Jol'IlNAlJl the rill) game at Wolfe, llrcathilt, Lee, Leslie, Knott. Magoffin, Ville. They Claim that OUr boys should ftlinson. Jlar,,, 0erTi,inmlnK COllie to their tOWn, When it W.IS is, Creen.Owsley, J.ckson, Hayd, Wa)tic, , .it, :it 1 herland, I'ikc, 1'iilatki, Kotkcastlo, and l.in set gentleman who suggested Danville coin, In which said additional counties it shall bo I ns 11 nlace to SOttlu the tie. Thev aW, lawful for the s;id Company to transact its t 1 ..... .. ..:.;...., .......1, lJJ . ... ness 01 piircnaslnK ami senilis linns, "e miiiuiK I.NTi:ilIOIt.lOllt.N.l. WISIKS ..U.lll SlUllSS j,,,.,,, Archer, Il professional, residing and sale of coal, iron nnd all ..ihir ores am) loine Kin-, " wiii 11 11.11111 lllilV im at)- . :i 1 .1 : ... :, nail I eralsand the manufacture .md sale cu" lun.her. lut Hums ( e. in their team, wi.en it ,, ,!, u . m..,.i.,i . ot ihrr.mr.i is that Hud Waddle is course we aro pained at lives we can't see how it enn or will in-1 terfere with the game when he has Jenno, is doing tolcraniy wen, in p-v - ;- . - - - - i,iVed and has be ... .. ' ... .. t ' anTiii.lmlv frnm lllllf tlllll'l'. Ultll WllOmllO 1 Lr I"'V,U 'll,l, "l,B Wa ace s very low ana Airs. ivamoy is " . , " . '. , rrl . . two of the four iminca , ., ,,... ..: ,. f 0!i-. had seeminuly fallen in love. They went 0I.,ut ..! .K. uuuer. i hu nw" i'ia " """ , , , .,, ,. ,, . tilnvi'il 1110 Waddle 11 . . . ....,., to the She ton House, at Row- nave nearii in. . " . ..... ness that we . . . , . . . ... 1 ii. . .-.,.. rpi... ,,,., ,, game nnd that you either play tho fifth and tie game nt Danville somo day in tho near future with only homo players, or keep quiet on base ball for a season at least. hav CHURCH AFFAIRS. John P. Morton's will gives 10,000 to the Church Homo for the Sick at Louisville. I The General Association of colored n 1 . . ... ... I iuvi: just leceivetlanieo line of suit- -,,i? -.;;;,; . Kentucky w... meet nt Louis- (Joniol : V .7 1 -. I VlllO AUgllbl n. SUCH a way. anil wie tnuiuer m... o.oiui, , , , . ,. ,, , n8 for who wero not needed just then by the 1 8 , ,d t))0 memory o !.. - .......I.. A.nl 4 time nbout Lnnli " ... errinn couple, took it the girl nml threatening to kill tho tho drummer. Finally they left, taking with them tho unfortunnto girl mid tho drummer pawned his jewelry caso with Mr. Gnnn for his appearance Tuesday morning. At his trial ho was fined $20. It is claimed that tho whole family Itobert I'. Harrow n loving tribute nt the close of the funeral sermon. Parents of tho Presbyterian Sunday-school nre earnestly requested to have their children in attendance promptly at 9J o'clock. A. 0. Sine, Superintendent. Kev. G. W. Perrynian will preach at tho Baptist church on tho lltli instead long to tho "ratl.or rapid class" and tho ! q mxt SumiaV( n8 anil0n,iccd, S. pro-bluff tho mother nnd sister mndo was, trm,tC), I1eBl,, iilUB8ei detaining him only nn effort to scaro Dariau out of his thew unUl Umt ,latt jewelry, which ho did not minil display- sillc0 tl0 nrreht of Maniac Hell, in ing.nswell as what nionoy he might Geor in whpro ho Wll8 impersonating hnvo had on his person. Tho lady who ( fiirist and driving the negroes wild with nliiveil tho loadiiiL' rolo in this one-act rel cious fren.y. other alleged McssiiUih drama is tho Bamo who ran nway with the "bear man" n year or bo ago nnd who hns since led a similar life, intorspersed with lovo affairs of most every nature. k-o sprung up. Tho present impostor 1 ncuro ling, known ns the "Virgin Ih n Mary," or "Queen Mary," and her weird arts have only increased tho pltiablo condition of the deluded blacks, liimwi stock of said Company, instead of 0110 hundred and fifty thousand dollars, shall be one million do)-excuse lur. in shares A one nundred dollars each, which Ct ' alu "direi snail oe issuca 111 ins suicknuiucrs uy tr SH.K. Jl I e(rnficntes when $10 has been pild or. each share the I thereof subscribed for, and the Pnsident and Sec- I rctiirv nf k.ii.1 niinnHliv an. hrrchv .ittthorlzed and llieilt of his sickness, but to Save OUTi directed to issue the stock accordingly. en present nt only tho 1. .Is. have ros. .ow, ggest n put up or shut up s Itness our nanus inis 17111 nay 01 juiy, 109. Vincent IIohrino, 46 j. s. IIOCkER, l. limn, by J. A Craft, .1. A Ckapt, J. V. Hauikn. W P Walton, 1 S. IIlMillOl, V. G. Wblch, W K, Uamsbv. John W. Kox, Jr., Iamks W Kox. Elovonth Annua) Exhibition or THK Central Kentucky Fair ASSOCIATION, NEAR DANVILLE, Commencing Tuesday, Au. 0, and Continuing 4 Dajs, Trotting; Raoss Esrry day, and the promise of the molt Successful Kshibition ever lield. Excetlent Track Splendid Grand Stand. J NO, W J. LYLH, resident. M. MI'.YER. Secrctnry. 46 POSTED. This nonce forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our l.inus without per. uiissron, as all such will be prosecuted to the full, est extent of the law Signed; T. J. MII.I., OKO. D HOPPER. j.M. McKOIIBHTS.IK. M. S. HAUC.HMAN, llOIIT. McAMb'IEK, J.K11RUCE S. H SHANKS, S.U. IIAUOIIMAN, MKS, IILHKI llltWSfllAIAIs. n " riii.nnu E.T. PKNCE, JOHN W. HOLMES, . 1 II IV 1 'V I' ' AK 1P.M. A.J. HAYDEN, IJ. V. I -. - .--- . HOLMES. JMtfL WARD'S SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES. NAII II.I.K,Ti:N. A rcntiKlllirlMlMi liome, non.SnurUti School for elrlf. ( of study tliuroutli ami prnct ml Noschunl In the fouth or Wnt ran offer n more tie- cmithotnror rlopnnlrrturroiinillriEii ttirnlliiii'iit of nny school for trlrl liny nr noaiii HuuifU to j.ti per mo in torcniii CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, ti tliNcltv .Inrlritf llin KueaiMrt...!. II. HAKCOl K, I'rlncliml. KICiniOND, KENTUCKY. Moxt Session Opens Sept. Ilth, 1889. THREE COLLEGES THIRTEEN DEPARTMENTS OF STUDY-CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC AND COMMERCIAL COURSES. Health? I' ation in the heirtcf the Itlue lrn;s rtgion. t,ooo feet Ab'.te sta level. Hrfintdand hospitable commun ty Muilcnts hni hi mei in the boat families and Memorial 1 1 Kxtxn.es mod eriuc $iCo to JJ40, Attcndan e Ust efinn, 313, frutn a? Statrs and For full information and Cit.lujrue ai.riy to L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Cbnncollor. Stanford Female College 2 FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, 1889. J. M. IIIIIIIARI), A. M., TATE COLLEGEI I I -OE'- PresXtlcnt. Kacultyof Tra npd Tea. hers. F- ellent lloardinj Department Ducifline Stnct ThorruKh Fn'l infotmatioi jlven on application. Instruction AN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL-SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, SHELBYVILLE. KY. . . .., .... Founded March 25th, lfa25, by Mrs. Julia A. Tovls. The oldest School for women In the South. Teachers nre graduates of the best Colleges. Prepares for Wellesley. Accommodations first-class in I v-very particular. Terms reasonable, and include all School expenses. VV . -X'. .f iw X. Ji 'X'JJCXi. TWENTY PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, TCCrTY T TTJT Normal School, military Tactics, '"' IV 1 I J C j t. 9 .Commercial and Academic J- lll Coursct of Instruction. APPOIVTr.rs llKCr.IVED FKEROF TUITION. 1'uIlT " I ' I"''J. K' r mMrps Jf-li; J TKHS.OV. I'l,. r " !VTIV. KY. Garrard College, Lancaster, Kentucky. ' KACl'LTV J C Oordon, I! S , Metaphsics and Natural Sciences; J. W Tnvlor. A. M , I'h. D., Greek and tinn Lansuascs and Literature; Amos Stout, A il, Mathtniatici anil Astrnnomj; Mils L. II Hardin, Fni'Iiih Literature and CimI lliocrv; Miss Lirzie Hardin French; Mrs. Kaphael Ko-ester German; Xfiss Mollle Harman, Prepiratoty Department ; Miss Adah C. llon, Primnr Kaph.il Koester, Musical Director, Instrumental and Vocal Music and Violin; Mrs. phacl Koester, Assistant in Music ; Miss Mary C, Webb, Art and Art Criticism OAKRAKI) COLLKGKwill bo opened again September lOth, with a full faculty of superior teachers and all the advantages loumi in the let Colleges will he offered in Music, Art, ics. Science. Knclish. ( ry ol southern Colleges. HOD 4 Oieck, Latin, French Moliuanu instrumcutal music will le under the rection of PKOK. KOfc.b'1 F.K, an eminent spcciatit,.who studied fixe years under the best masters inllerlin and Hamburg and has since been immently successful as teacher both In Europe and America The niarselous growth and success of of this College the past year is unparalleled in the histo Ilcforcdtciding to send clsewncre send fcr catalogue and further Wall Paper, J 3. W. TAYLOK, Ph. D., Wall Paper Wall Paper, -At- M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. Mo Co MICJFILIIIlTj MERCHANT TAILOR Is Receiving His SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.1 Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial The Great Remedies! KKET' SPECIFIC cures all tlood diseases, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat, White Swelling, Syphilitic dweases in nil its stages, Necrosis, kc. Price $t per bottle. HAVIS' I HON iln'l'KRS i the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures D)spepsia it gives a leen nppetlte. enruhi's the lilcod, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles und nervous svsteiu. 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