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2 r, 9 ,v Lr L T -S - :i j t NS. 9 If'- S 8rf it fy Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Stanford, Wasted.' Wallace. Ky. August 1(5. 1889 a. C. WALTON, DUB, MonoRor MEANS BUSINESS. CoMKnml settle your account Penny. Watciikji nml rejmired nrnl wnrnintcil. A. It. Penny. TiiKbcNt plnro to buy ilrujr. patent UH'diciiicB and toilet nitiMcft is nt A. K. PennvV. Uov your school books, Ink, tabletH. peneilrt nml school supplier) of all kinds from A. It. IVnnv. PERSONAL POINTS. J. It. Pax rox attended the Richmond Fair Wednesday. Mh. J. M. IIaii. has been on a visit to his relatives nt Somerset. , Mi I.tztK Waltkii, of is visitlinj relatives near town. Miks lvriii:t. Tvkii, of lclmnon, is the guest of Mrs. Geo. II. ltruce. Miss VwiiiK Wiiitk, of Crab Orchnrd is vinitiiiK Mrs. John Mershon. Mtss MA(i(iiETt(Ki:it, of Crab Orchard, Is the truest of tlio Misses Menefee. It. M. Jackson, of London, urns here Wednesday, en routo to the. Hlehmond Fair. Miss FMiiiKNi:TrTKiii:iiT left to visit her siMer at Huntington, W Va. Tin: Misses Grimes, of Madison, are the truest of the Misses Pennlcy, near Powinnd. Mn. W. O. Omm, of Newport, will succeed Mr. C. F. Kent a jeweler nt W. 15. Mcltoborts. Misses l.ir.zn: and I.kljv (.ioocii, of Wnynrsbnrtr, are thu truests of Mrs. Charlie Withers. Misses Hki.i.i: Cook anil Jennie Held, of Uustonville, are guests of Mrs. F. I Shipmnn.at Hielhy City. Miss Asmk Auons was to return lust night from a lengthy visit to Miss Madic White, at Middleway, W. Va. MissSallie ItcuiiY, of Montlevllo, and Miss Ida Wtwxl, of Somtrwt. will urrive to-day to visit Mrs. Mark Hardin. Ot'u thanks nre due Messrs. W. F. It. L. iMvis for assistance in reporting the Teachers' Institute. Misskh SlNSieOvcnsTiiiiRT and Jennie Armstrong of Jessniiuue, aro guests of Miss Dunn, nt Mr. Chas. Dunn's. Mie. K T. Yoiwu, of Dallas, Texas, passed through Wednesday to Ijimaster to visit her father, dipt. F. J. White. Miss Hki.i.i: Hoot has gone to her brother's, Mr. A. D. Poot's, in the country for n couple of weeks of recreation. Paor. J a mm W. Tuiou and Pev. mo Stout, of the Garrard Female College were in town in the interest of th dr college Tuesday. I.itti,k Mih who ha sjK'iit several months with her aunt, Mrs. Dr. M. 1.. Pourne, left yesterday for her home nt Huntington, W. Va. PitoTiicu pnswd through this city to Hustonville Tuesday. He was hero only u few minutes and but very fuwofhis friends had the pleasure of seeing him. Jiiikie Mat Walton, M. C. Alfordand I).,F. Fraree, prominent citizens of Lex ington, passed here Tuesday on their from MiddleslKim, tho new city In Pell county. CITY AND VI01NITY. r T Col- Waiinkii Pi:ik, editor of the Pen dluton County DeiiHKTit, at Falmouth, wax the guest of his cousin, Mrs. Dr. S. G. Docker, this week, and during his stny pjiid us a pleasAiit call. J., P. Davis has resigueil Ills iMailioii ns traveling salesman for the Stanford Poller Mills and accepted a position with Harbison & Gnthright, wholes.de burner ' dealers of Louisville. He will make his first trip next week. -A good blacksmith. J. W. Wantkd. To liiio 11 good farm J. II. Miller. Wasti'd. A good blacksmith, nt this office. hnml. Apply lions, Wednesday, to the wife of John P. Jones, n flno girl. 1 ... ' Pask PaixiU Danvillu to-day. Don't fail to witness it. . i ' 1 iiavk received a very handsome line of suitings. M. 0. Pupluy. . m Usk our patent wiro and slat fence for fencing stacks. Siuo & Menefee. . " At Wii.i.iamsiii'iki. Messrs. S. P. A. Pitman are auctioning bo vend thousand dollara'jorth of their Btock at Williamsburg. 1 Jons Muimhok must bu tho champion blacksmith. Ho put 011 102 shoes in 10 hours and Bhod one horso all around in 8 minutes. m ' Wasted, thoso who have not paid their accounts with us to do bo at once. "Wo need tho money to buy goods for the fall trade. Severance it Son. . m m To My Cubtomkhs. 1 will say that I nm very thankful for past pntronnge nnd hope n continuance, but I must have cash for nil work done from now on, ns I have no monoy to run tho credit business, bo pleoso remember this. T. J. Hatcher. Mixki) spici'M nixl of nil kinds for plckh'H nt A. A. Wnrreii'B "Alwlcl Grocery." The ilctiot lint been painUM n pnlu Kreen and in lmnlly recopuiziihlu. In tlie luiiKunKu of Amlv Johnson, of IUOl coun ty, "Wo nin't much stuck on it and don't know whether wo will have it or not." To.v will decide which is the better club, our nainccakcs or tlio Waddle Pros., A. P. ! of SoiutTtfCt. It w ill be an exeitiiifpime of ball and none Miould fail to attend. Three o'clock sharp is tlio hour and "J5 cents Is the ndinission. .ndies free. m David Adams, an aged negro, was declared a lunatic beforo Judge Varnon Tuesday. Ho imagined that lie was being run down by hikI would frequently climb trves or jump in Dix Piv er to get out of their way. Cimtors. Miss IVarliu Purnside some tube roses a few days since ami on ono of them she discovered a white spider. In knocking it oil' she turned it over ami its bodv was n perfect picture of a man's face. The eyes, nose mouth and ears were all there and it resembled very much a man witli a bald head. In fact It was such a true likeness of u human being that several who saw it could see astriking resemblance to ono of our distinguished townsmen. Pai-id Tuansit. Mr. W. S. Hilton writes that his Intkiuok Joliixal of Aug. '-' has just reached him and it ns to know wheru in tho name of common sense it had been all that time, Theru is n fearfully loose screw some where and if not tightened in a few days some of tho postal clerks or other em ployes in the tratihinin"ion of mails will hear something Mrap." Take heed and protit thereby, or we will have our friend Mr. HarriMjn turn the last one of you off and hire you over. m m ' A Nikbow F.-ca i'K. Tuesday as Dr. Htilwell, the vetiernary surgeon of Danville, was driving into town liu heard a train juxt nlxivo the cronMug on Danville l street, hut thinking ho could cross it rtnehed that K)iiit lie attempted to do so. Just as 1-is horre was going over the rails thu train came in sight and knowing he could not get his buggy across he pulled the horse around which threw one of the wheels sulllciently Misr N'AN.sir. Maiuih will bo at home to her friends on to-morrow evening at 8:110. The two nejjrocs, George Middlcton nml Ike Hubble, who npsnultcd Jim Thompson on Tuesday night last, were tilted at their third trial yesterday, i'Xj each and costs. A Pitocp.sMo.s composed of six baby carriages, each one containing a promising youngster, passed down the street yesterday. It Is very evident that this is n good year for babies. Jlv mutual consent wo have dissolved partnership and desiring to elou up the linn business, wo ask all these indebted to us, either by note or account, to come ami settle nt their earliest convenience. Very Respectfully, Mrllobcrtu & mm Tub editor writes an interesting letter which appears on our editorial page. His fondness for thu fair sex is plainly evinced nml were lie not n married man one might conclude that he is pretty badly struck on the girls in the Old Dominion. PitKsiDKST J. S. HocKKit's gniy horse forced his rider to make a public display of his agility Wednesday afternoon. With a negro boy behind him ho rode up to the Lincoln National nt the entrance- on Lancaster street and while Mr. Hooker was engaged jn conversation with Dr. Owsley tho horse deliberately let all four feet slip from under him at once. Theru was a tremendous heap of bank presidents and gray horses piled up for a moment ami more hustling than has been seen in town for a long time, but with n yell nnd u bound Mr. Mocker relieved the horse of Ids weight in fact ids leap would have been a creditable one for a circus man, and lie landed safely, while the negro boy emerged from the dust only slightly disfigured and still in the ring. Mr. Mocker wns considerably worse scared than hurt. Teachers' Institute. The Lincoln County Teachers' Institute opened Monday with a larger and noticeably a handsomer body of teachers than has met heie for many n day. Several pioneer faces were prominent, but of the ')- present more than half were new recruits. After prayer by Pev. J. M. Cook, Supt. W. F. McClary and near the passing engine to be knocked , Prof. S. J. Pulliain, conductor of the In-; into splinters. The Dr. was thrown outi J stitute, opened the exercises by impress- but received little or no damage, but was ivo speeches, setting fOrtli the import-n. i.iii. n n i.lmkt from kcurx win. ii In- ance nnd ultimatum of the teachers' eil on tho outside to wait on some ladies, took an active part Mrs. Gover s nt the bench "Fatty" murmur- odof teaching reading the combined-ed between his teeth 'Mod don it, who's phonetic and word method was ably been stealing my bananas?" but on look-' set forth and received the approbation ing a few inches higher lie saw what had ' of nearly all the teachers. In the them to go so rapidly and in his J ousion on Spelling, Webster nnd his fa good-humored way laughed olfthe joke, , mous were virtually ostra; saying, "I guess some of my base ball icised "hissed oil the stage" and Prof, bovs did it, and as I am assistant Niles went so far as to sav that he would er I guess I'll have to stand it, but I tell . you, boys, it costs lots." I A (u:i(MAS, who has-recently settled in I this county, nnd who had never lenrned I that the humble-bee carries iu Ids less-cud a goodly amount of poison and a stinger thereto, attacked and attempted to break up a nest of them by driving them away with his hat. After fanning ... .1 .i : 1 1. ..11......... "shoo ' at them 111 Dutch, which they .... ' ...,,...,, , Tv...:.. ... .. , , , , , , I iirv .i iiuvKiiiii'ii iiv tv iiiiin i seenuo nmiorbianu, lie goi mem 1 iiiiiirtkitil .1. . tive which of tho regions he was nt present abiding in. Ho was fearfully stung ami even his frou failed to recognize him when he returned home after his encounter. Tub party given by Miss Annie to her cousin, Miss Roberta of Athens, Ou., on Wednesday evening was a delightful ono In every sense of tho word, A large number of tlio beaux nnd belles were present and everything seemed to have combined to make the ocasion n mcjunrnhlu one. Miss Annie llatiglimau, assisted by her cousins, Misses Nan and" Kittio most elegantly entertained and the young people are profuse in their praise of the marked attention shown each one of theui by thesu three accomplished fair daughtors of Stanford. Tlio doublo parlors were handsomely decorated ami the cut (lowers in profusion mingled beauty of nature with thnt of lovely Lunch, elegant in get up and magnificently served was freely partaken of, after which thu parlors were again repaired to and there till 1 o'clock tho merry chatter of happy voices broke tlio stillness of tho outside. At that hour tho guests departed leaving tlio scene of merriment with reluctance and regret, praising tho fair hostess for a delightful evening around hor hearthstone. not tolerate it in his school. There were various methods for teaching writing set forth. Thoe of Miss Perkins, Mrs. Jennings and Messrs. Niles, Tanner and Davis were esiecially lucid and practical. Tuesday's exercises begun with more spirit than was manifested on the pre - (44tijiiii' .. , . . ! siJh!t ,mfAate.'.& Afe aL .'L v, ,-v . " ? V 3 tiated on what wns essential in teaching the advanced classes. Messrs. Wife, Chappell and Tanner and Misses iiiond, Dodds, Perkins and Gover joined heartily in the discussion which followed. Mr. HughcH' method of teaching .Subtraction wns now ami practical and Mr. Pifre handled the subject of Interest with the skill of nn expert. Physiology wns discussed nt length by Messrs. Hughes, A. Evnns delivered a most interesting nnd instructive lecture on Physics and Hygiene and Dr. Evans, his father, innde n spicy little talk recommending object lesions in teaching tlio sciences. Mrs. Stegcr then favored the Institute with several musical selections, after which tho subject "Is novel reading more injurious than beneficial ?" was debated by Mrs. Gover, Mi. Davis nnd Prof. Pulliain on the nfllrmntivennd Miss Lewis, Mr. Hughes nml Mr. McClary on tho negative. The theory and practice of teaching and other questions pertaining to the school-room were taken up Thursday morning nnd discussed by the Institute, completing tlio week's programme, with tlio exception of the "spelling match," which was suggested by Prof. Pulliam, and npproved by ncclnmation. A prize to thu best speller wns offered nnd the height to which interest nnd enthusiasm that the com petition excited, nrose, was befitting the last moments of the meet ing. Quite n number of the town's folk interested themselves in the Institute by adding their presence daily and extending their hospitalities to the teachers. The Lincoln County Teachers' Association was organized, with Mr. W. F. Mc Clary, president, Miss Alice Stuart, vice-president, and Mrs. J. F. Gover, secretary. Prof. S. J. Pulliain offered a prize of Macauley's history iu live volumes to the best speller. Miss Kate Pogle was tho winner, only missing one out of 20 of tlio hardest words in the English lan guage. Tho Committee on Resolutions, consisting of Mr. P. L. Davis ami Mrs. J. F. Gover, presented the following which were unanimously adopted by the Institute: Jtoulctd. That the thanks of the Institute bo tendered Mrs. Priestlv nnd Messrs. A. G. Hiiffmnn nnd Joe F. Waters and Mrs. S. P. Stngg for exquisite music furnished especially for the occasion. 2. Thnt tho Institute be under lasting obligations to Prof. Sibold for his elegant thought how near he had come to i work ami urging on them dilligence, MnlW"' ' """?"" iu ntribut tling oil" this mortal coil. The gentle-' and indefatigabiiity in their efforts to (. That tlio further thanks of the his horse was the only tiling thnt further the cause of education. Miss 8tit'uto be tendered the Messrs. Evans ' mvciI lilm, i Kate Pogle was npjiolnted secretary nnd I and Prof. Pupley for material aid in - I Prof. Hughes, Pev. J. M. Cook, Mrs. Go-! conducting the exercises. Take Osborne Ky wanting to play ver and Mis.es Dodds and Thurmond j SXiuSSlZi n prank ou Amleion Nunnolley tucked j were detailed as n committee to arrange talent in the person of the gifted Prof. S. a sign on a line bunch of bananas hang- a programme. Mondnv afternoon was; J. Pulhniu, to conduct thu Institute, who lug iu front of his door, which read, I taken up in discussing Pending, Spelling i'.Ma readiness, acuteness and one.'' Mr. Nunnc.ley, who . ., Writing, in which Mrs.Gover. Miss ! & RJttS0' on the inside engaged in writing some es Thurmond, Dodds, fetuart, Perkins, 5, That while we deeply deplore the letters, was unaware tliat lie was setting lA'wis and .Messrs. Mies, Wolfoni, los ol our esteemed, nolo nml eltlcient 'em up so frequently, until he was call- pell, Davis, Hughes, Tanner and Cook uperintendent, Pev. John A. Pogle, we find iu Mr. W. F. McClary a worthy substitute and we commend "his zeal, ability and broad liberality in encouraging education in Lincoln county and especially in conducting tlio present Institute. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TOU SALE I A Hrick House and Lot, On Somerset street, at present occupied by Mr. ( II Cooper. A try desirable place and can be obtained at n banrain Address or call on W. It. ANDEKSUX, Harper, Kansas, Or V. M. McROllKRTS, Stanford, Ky. ceding day. Grammar, Composition and i Having located in Dallas. Texas, and expecting Civil Government occupied the fore-! ""u " m' home dur,n ,,fe' ' W1" ie" 110011. 1 lie idea mat mere is more in llllllllKl.fi IIV .1. I . well stirred and it then pretty up was nm, . ot,a,m For Salo Publioly. 1 IJ Vlii L. and .MvFarmofiao'Acres. on the Tumcrsville awin.ill irol. Vilno , and .McKiniH'y pike, 14 miles front Turnersillc, l.ippell, .MIlSi,,, j.lnco coumy. The Farm has on it a com matiiewas.naue. nc,ua nie,. win, no MRs ko ,lltmi8tinKly on stinging propensities 0 that insect. tw Afl of CoH1IM8tion an(1 wn8 foIIowwl eral in his hair and his fare on as many J bv MIg, Thlirm01Hli Mw. Uovl!r nn,i caused the poor man to believe lio had am, Dfiyhj Cvl, struck hades instead of America !' in , orlIllluIlt interested tl.o huliea but little, search for abetter ami it country, iwih. ,,,,,., t evokw, rtw, miinrk8 from not until he had reached a ! Mt.Mre Chavpv i,cnb0ll nuB,ie8 Dil. run his head through it several times VJ8 ., Mrs. Govi.r, More Linthusiasm did he rid of them and became get posn . .. nmilMi ... ,i.L.llM1inc Historv than iu any other branch. In this nearly nil took a part and tho views of Messrs. Chappell, Hughes, Drye, Tanner, Wolford, Mrs. Gover and Miss Thurmond were exceedingly entertaining and to the point. Mr. Davis advocated Dr. Arnold's method of teaching history by lectures and received the commendation and approval of tho Institute. Geography was entertainingly bundled by Miss Lewis, Mrs. Gover and others. School Law brought out characteristic speeches from Messrs. Chappell, Davis and Hughes in which they inveighed ngnlnst nepotism of Trustees, the almighty dollar iu the eye of the teacher and tlio defects of the school system. Miss Alice Stuart spoke a few minutes ns to the kind of man needed for State superintendent. Prof. Itupley came in on tho train and regaled the Institute with nn Impressive nnd eloquent nddress on Government nnd history. Mrs. Priestly nnd Messrs. A.G.Hutrinaiiand Joe F. Waters favored tho Institute with n rare musical treat Tuesday afternoon, while the rendition of several pieces each day by Mrs. S. P. Stngg nnd Misses Eva Bradley nnd Pearl Phillips were especially cntci tabling. Wednesday morning opened with Ar. ithmetio. Mr. Wolford introduced the primary method and Mr. Michum Tuesday, October 1, 1889, fort.iblv hoiie. barn, meat house. &c. a fine cis. tern; is well fenced, with new cedar and locost nnd mils; in splendid repair, with never, iillns stock w.iter, convenient to churches, Rood schools and within 1 miles of McKinney, a station on the Cincinnati Southern Kuilrcud. There is not a better Farm taking sire into consideration, in Lincoln county. It will have to be seen to be appreciated. Sale to begin prompt' ly at 10 a. in, I w ill also sell publicly at a o'clock p m. on the same day my llouso anJ Lot in McKluncy. 'I his Is a nice little coitio with j rooms, servants' room, veranda in front, side porch, with a tievcr failing well ol Kood water on bacl. porch, .meat house, buggy house, stable and cow house. I advertise this property to sell and wheal say that, it goes, if I only hme one bid on it. My terms aro reasonable. For further particular see J. V. Gixens or Dave Alcorn, who lives on the farm, or Col. Hall Anderson, McKiuney,or write tome 821 and S.1.1 Main street, Dallas, 1 exits. 54. td E. T. YOUNG COMMISSIONER'S SAUE A VALUABLE FARM. Jennie M. 1'ennington, Plff., vs. John V. t'ennington i-Lin , Deft, j coin Cir, Court. Ily virtue of a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court at its March term, 18S9, in the above styled cause, 1 will on Monday, Soptombor 2, '89, At I o'clock or thereabout, beiuir the rlr.t day of the beptembtr term of the Lincoln County Court, sell to the highest bidder at public outcry before the court-house door in Stanford, Ky., the follow, ins properly, sixty-two Acres of Land ' miles west of the city of Stanford, Immediately on the Shelby City pike and adjoining the lands of Mrs, F.mma Jones. K It d F. 1' Woods, t)r. Hugh Rtid, Ac. 1 Ini fartd is in a hitfh state of cultivation und one of the best small farms near Stanford; has upon it a new cottage, good barn nml other outbuildings and improvements; also,gond water for all purposes and is in one of the best neighborhoods In the county. Terms of Sale' Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 and i months; bonds required of the purchaser with eood security, payable to the undersigned Com'r, havir.g the lorce and effect of a Judgment, with a lien retained upon tho Ian J untif all of the purchase money is paid, IN ssession given Junuary i. iSoo. 54 G. M. DAVISON, Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court. Sisty-two Acres of land adjoining the above will also be sold at a reasonable price at the same time, and is vcrv fine land, which would make a larm of 194 acres of very fine land. G. M. DAVISON. THE'CENTRE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY, DANVILLE. Established 1810. A full nnd csperiertced err of Teachers Classical, scientific and elect-he courses of itudy. Location healthful and accessible. Superior advantages for a liberal and thorough education. Kifined Christian homes. Increased endownment nnd enlarged Faculty for coming year. For catalogue and other information, npplvto W. O YOUNO, D. D , Prostdont, Danvlllo, Ky. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, tion and CatMigue to J. 31. IIUIfliAKI), A. HI., n: RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Next Session Opons Sopt. Nth, 1889. McClary, Pupley and Chappell and Mrs. THREE DEPARTMENTS' OF STUDY-CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC Gover. Wednesdav afte. noon Mr. II. ...j;.,... ,.,, .s. ...... r."u.,Vul"mcnu,"L uy"n?" ., .. .. , , Jt B4va iiwti is titfc nvanvi iiiv iiu'uiii I rk iuim jvvu ivi.1 f uw . sii.v ixiiincu miiu ii pitable community. Students find homes In the best fam lies and Memorial Hall Expanses mod erate i(.o to ino, Attcncane last cision, in. irom a? aro lerritorus. i-or lull DLANTON, D. D., Chancellor. Stanford Female College FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, 1889. President. Faculty of Trained Teachers. Excellent Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction Thortugh. Full information given on application. JONESJBRO'S, Dry Goods and Notions, Staple&Fancy Groceries, Quccnsawre, Glassware Tinware, &c. Will exchange for Country Produce and allow the highest marhet prices. Powers' old store-room. Having purchased the interest of Mr. Slagg, I will conduct the business at the old stand, where I shall be pleased to supply the wants of all former and new patrons from a Full Stock of Drugs ! Paints, Oils, School Boohs, Wall Paper j Jewelry and Silverware at low prices, for first-class goods. I have a good Jeweler, ready to do watch and jewelry repairs in the best style. Very respectfully, W. B. McBOBEBTS. Bo Ko WEABEN Dealer In Furniture and Undertakers' STANFORD, KY. Goods ! Tlic Larjjcst, Cheapest and Best Assorted Stock of t Wall Paper, Border, Celling Decorations and Window Shades Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is full and complete. We call special attention to our HTDESTHTJCTIBLB BTTXW.&1. CASKET, The best Casket of the kind ever invented. Embalming under the most approved method when desired. J. G. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. As I MJ&Q a DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than the lowest. Wr.tches, Clocks and Jewelry Re. paired on shorinotice and warranted. POR SALE. My New Houso on Main St., Stanford. Kv. For terms lliggins, Stanford, or lu nir J apply to Mr. W. I at Lraiivinc, iy.A LOTTIE N. IIOLMLS. HARRY A. EVANS, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, PENNY, & tTZEWIEI ej: R. A DLSIRAP.LE RESIDENCEFOU SALE. I offer for sale privately my Residence and Five Acres of Hand on Danville street in Stanford. Tho house is roomy and in good repair and all the necessary outlisuses are attached. Possession given within two weeks after sale. For further particulars cation Col. W O. Welch Stanford, Ky. me at Laiamie, Wyoming Territory. t. M. C. SAUFLF.Y. STANFORD, KY Engineering muT Surveying in IIILLBftSBUftS FEHALS HUSO! all branches. SAW MILL FOR SALE!:! .At ho Xiitml nnd Stock. As I desire to leave Kentucky I Will sell at greal A Modern Progresive School, Where your daughters will be taught how to become true wj.nen, as will ns thoroughly instructed In sacrifice a saw mills complete with 30 horse boilers I T xftrJIr,, Qpioriff" Art 1VTnm All 06 lUUblC. works. 1 ox .UHOraiUre, OClCnCU, and o horse engines, saw og wag. on. 3 a-horse wagons. 1 DucKDoaru, 1 spring; wag. , on und harness 3 yokes of cattle, 3 mules, t horse. Address grist mill complete, and my farm of 560 acres of 1 Snob land well timbered. Will jell privately. MAK1 SMITH, i Maywood.hy.j 43 REV. C. POPE. President, or Mrs. S. C. TKUEIIEAkT, Lady Principal, Millomburg, Ky..