xt7hhm52gb5q https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7hhm52gb5q/data/mets.xml Lexington, Ky (Fayette County) University of Kentucky 18861887 The University of Kentucky catalogs contains bound volumes dating from 1865 through 2007. After 2007 course catalogs ceased to be printed and became available online only. course catalogs  English University of Kentucky Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865- Annual Register of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1886-1887) text Annual Register of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1886-1887) 1886 2012 true xt7hhm52gb5q section xt7hhm52gb5q mm N ANNUAL REGISTER °
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  Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges in the United States
 . owe their· origin to an act of Congress, entitled "An act donat-
 ; ing public lands to the several States and Territories which may
_ provide colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic _
 f arts," approved July 2, 1862. The amount of land donated
  was 30,000 acres for each Representative in the National Con- K
 ` gress. Under this allotment Kentucky received 330,000 acres.
 _ Several years elapsed before the Commonwealth established an
 C Agricultural and l\Iechanical College under the act. \Vhen
 · established it was not placed upon air independent basis, but
1 was made one of the Colleges of Kentucky University, to
V which Institution the annual interest of the proceeds of the
‘ _ Congressional land grant was to be given for the purpose of
  carrying on its operations. The land scrip had meanwhile been
C? sold for titty cents per acre, and the amount r·eceived——$lt$5_o0t>
eeinvested in six per cent. Kentucky State bonds, of which the l
. State became the custodian in trust for the College.
  The connection with Kentucky University continued till ~
  1878, when the act of 1865, making it one ot the Colleges ot
· ‘ said LYnivei·sity, was repealed, and a Commission was appointed
  to recommend to the Legislature of 187{PS0 a plan of organi- _
‘i' zation for an institution, including an Agricultural and Me- T
Kg chanical College, such as the necessities of the Commonwealth ’
, rclpiire. The city of Lexington oltered to the Commission
T lwhich was also authorized to recomniend to the General
r\ss<·mbly the place, which, all things considered, oltered the
best and greatest inducements for the tuturo and permanent ‘
location of the College) the City Park, containing titty-two
acres of land, within the limits ot the city, and thirty thou-
~ sand dollars in city bonds for the erection of buildings. This i
V i oller the county of Fayette supplemented by twenty thousand ll
l dollars in county bonds, to be used either for the erection of I
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  buildings or for the purchase of land. The offers of the city
Z ~ of Lexington and of the county of Fayette were accepted by
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’ By the act of incorporation, and the amendments thereto, ‘
l constituting the charter of the Agricultural and Mechanical
  College of Kentucky, liberal provision isemade for educating,  
  free of tuition, the energetic young men of the Commonwealth K
X whose means are limited. The Normal Department, for which i f 
i provision is also made, is intended to aid in building up the fi
i Common School system by furnishing properly qualified teach  z
§ ers. This College, with the associated departments which will,  
_ < from time to time, be opened as the means placed at the dis-  __
{ posal of the Trustees allow, will, it is hoped, in the no distant {
. future, do a great work in advancing the educational interests  i
V of Kentucky. Being entirely undenominational in its char- } 
acter, it will appeal with confidence to people of all creeds and  fs
of no creed, and will endeavor, in strict conformity with the   _,
requirements of its organic law, to afford equal advantages to  _ 3
all, exclusive advantages to none. The liberality of the Com- A <
monwealth in supplementing the inadequate annual income  id 1
1 arising from the proceeds of the land scrip invested in State ,»
bonds will, it is believed, enable the Trustees to begin and , 1
‘ _ carry on, upon a scale commensurate with the wants of our   ,
people, the operations of the Institution whose management l  
and oversight have been committed to them by the General if 1
X Assembly of Kentucky. I
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{hg if  HIS EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR J. PROCTOR KNOTT,
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L the {V .11714on \\vl\I. B. 1{ixxic,x1> ...,............. Lexington.
BS to   Ex-Cuii-:i= Juwrilric B. J. P1·:*1*14;Rs ............. Montgomery county,
JOHI- { GEN. D. (‘. BUELI ,.................... Louisville.
30mg _  Hox. W. H. \VADS\\'0R’l'1I . ...... . ........ Mason county.
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Q ROBT. PETER, M. D., ·  
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` EMEHI'I'['S Professor of Chemistry and Expcrinmnml Physics.  
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J. JOHN SHACKLEFORD, A. M.,  
{ P1'Ui'USS()1` of the English Language uml Lite1·utur<2.  
JAMES G. XVHITE,  
` Pr0i`ussnr nf Miitlioiiizitiezs, Physics and Astrunoiny. Q
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A. R. CRANDALL, A. M`., Pu. D.,  `
' Pl'f>l`U$S'JI' of Nuturul History and Di1-fuss0r 0f Gcncrzil, Organic uml Agricultural Chemistry.  
- - F. M. HELVETI,  Q
;Pl`(_7i`(’$$(1l` of thc F1·0n<`·h uml Gcrinzui Liuiguzigus uml Literature. I
. JOHN H. NEVILLE, A. M.,  
Pi·oi`0ssn1·(,»f thc Lntin uml Grnek Languages uml Litcrnnurc.  
_ M. A. SCOVELL, M. S.,  
l 1’1·<,»iiessn1· of Agriculture uml Ilortieultnru, und Dircctnr of Experiment Station.  rl
i J. 1}. POTTER, A. B.,  
I)l'lIlCl1>2\l of the Nnrnnul Dupurtinent uml 1’i·¤»f`0ssi>1· of Pcclnggogy.  
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l Pi·i»f`0ssui· of (`ivil, Mcclninicul uml Mining Eiiginccring nnil Military Scicnco.  
l XVALTER K. PATTERSON,  
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l Instructor in Latin and Greek, and Assistant in Preparatory Department.
 . J. LEWIS LOGAN, A. l\I,,
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 V ALFRED M. PETER, M. S.,
i Assistant Professor of Clieinistry in Experimental Station.
I DAVID A. KING, . ·
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  EXPERIMENT STATION OF THE STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY.
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  J PDGE XV. B. KIN KE AD ............
  PHILIP BIRD. . . ............,. > _
j ` DR- R. J. SYUUR ................, · Executive Committee.
` IY. D. NICHOLAS . ............... >
  R. A. srtfim ..,............... `
  JAS. li. PATTERSON ..... . . . . . . President of the College.
  M. A. SCOVELL, M. S .............,.. Director of the Station.
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3 KEARNEY LEE HIFNER.
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‘ AUBREY, SALLIE ANN ................ Lexington-  »
_ ADAMS, THOMAS R. . ......,.......... Lexington-  I
ADAMS, KATE INNES ................. Lexington- {
i ADAMS, ALEX. ]'IA-MILTON . .............. Lexington. J 
ALLIN, PETER DUNN ................. McAfee.  g
..XLLEX, CLAUDE ................... Lexington.  '
ALLEN, ELMA .................... Lexington.  
AMIS, JAMES XVESTERFIELD . ............. Flat Lick.  .
ANDERSON, JAMES BLYTHE .............. Lexington.  
. AANDERSON, RIc¤ARD TIIoMAS . ............ Lexington-  
I AvERITT, TIIOMAS GE0RGE .............. Bedford. .'
BAKER, SALLIE BELL ....... . .... . . . Lexington-  `1
` BAKER, .XNNIE JANE ................. Lexington.  .
BAKER, ]{A'l`Il·I MAY .... . ........... Lexington,.  
BAKER, BERTIIA ................... Lexington-  
, BALTZER, L0UIS PIIILIRRE .............. Hickman.  i
BARTLETT, FREDERICK VINCENT ........... Lexington-   ·
BARTLETT, MoRR1S WI1I'FON . ............. Lexington. Q 
BARR, EMILY H. . . .` ................ Lexington.  
; BARR, R0RERT MZCUREARY . .............. Horeb.  
4 BICALERT, Amor: ................... Lexington.  
1 BEARD, XVILLIAM L,. ................. Fulton.  
BERRY, BAILEY DAwS0N ............... Berry’s Station-  °
BERRY, HENRY SKILLMAN ....... . ..... Lexington.  
BERRY, LE0NARD CASSELL ............. Lexington.  
BEYINS, PIIILIP DEN1SON . ............. Pikeville.  I.
1 BIRD, BETTIE CLARKE ...I..........., Bngdnd.  
, BISSICKS, JENNIE 1[ILL .....,.......... Lexington-  
‘ BOS\\'ORTH, LIADISON ADAMS ............. Lexington-  
` BoSw0RT1I. NATIIANIEL LIHVIS ........-... Fort Spring-  `
[ Bosw0RTII. CIIARLES CI.IEEoRD ............ Fort Spring.  i
l BoNNYMAN, ALYIXANDER ............... Lexington.  

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Boyn, CLARENCE ................... Minerva,
BECKMAN, J011N R*']%El{'1` ............... Shepherdsville. `
B1‘RTON, :ROliER'1` ALLEN . . . ........... Willisbl11·g. i i
BURTON, JAMES T ................... Fulton.
BURGIN, SALLIE L. . ................. Athens.
A Bnsn, Enw1N B1Rou ................. Lexington.
_ BRowN, RoRER*r A NDERSON .............. Meadow Creek.
  BRowNELL, CLAUDE SYLYEsTER ............ Louisville.
_  BROCK, VVILLIA)1 BAss ................ Leesburg.
 . BRoeK, CHARLES ROBERT ............... London.
 1 BRYAN, G1-:0RGE Gxsr ................. \Vindom.
I BRYAN, DANIEL ................... Windoni.
` BRYAN, Jo}1N I .................... \Vindom.
 { BRYAN, Ronin NIILLIGAX ............... `\rviIl(iOlll. L
  CARTER, XV. L. . ..............,.... Briar Hill. *
Z CALno0N, CLARENCE CHAPMAN . ........... Owensboro.
A UALVERT, BENJAMIN SANDFORD ............ Stamping Gl`0llHd;
  CARR, DIARY . ......,............. Lexington.
 _, CARWJN, :l`[AR(§ARE'1`TE L1LL1As ............ Lexington. .
3  Conn. BEN.iAM1N SETTLE ............... Dixon. l
` C0oYER, W1LL1AM EL].S\\'OR'l`H ............ Angola, Ind.
COYLE, HENRY B .......... . ....... Russell Cave.
_  CURTIS, SUSIE SPURR ................. Greenclale.
_ CURTIS, LHENRY ERNEST ............... Greenchile.
Cvnris, ZRIUHART) {ALLEN .............. · Greendnle.
CIIEEK, BLANUUE .................. Lexington.
J CnR1s*1‘1AN, BIATTIE JANE . .............. Athens. ·
  CLURR, XVILLIAM PREs*1`oN .............. Fmnklinton.
  CLUBB, CUR*1‘1s . . ......... , ....... Pleasnreville.
` CRA\\'LlCY, EnwAR1> . ................. Lexington. ·
  CR.\\\'1·`ORl), XvIC'l`0ll LEE ............... Milton.
  ` CR0x’roN, PAUL A. .................. Angola, Intl.
  CKAUSISAY, JAMES FRANK . .............. Bean Kiss, Tex.
I CKUM, FL0Y1> JACOB ................. Louisville. .
I DAYINPORT, JAMES A. ................ Lexington. `
LA DAY, Cl·`ANNiE l\*I1·1*eRELr ,..... . . ........ Midway. '
  DANAHY, JonN HENRY ................ Lexington.
  DENnAM, BEN.1AM1N FRANKLIN . ........... Somerset.
  DENNY, FRANKLIN CLARK .............. Corclovn.
  DRCOVMJY, JAMEs OsRoRNE ............. Greenville.
  DIGLOZIER, CHARLES E. ......,........ -\\Tliil£llllSi)lll`g`. A
  Dll.l,ARl), FLORENCE DUDLEY ............. Lexington.
  D<>l>Ds, Si1>NEY LEE ................, Hiekinnn.
  DoLAN, TIIOMAS FRAN¢w1s ............... Rineyville.
  Downs, GREEN I·]LL1o·1‘"r . ............... Perth, Kansas.
i DYE. CuARLEs 1{AYES ................ Hoclgensville.
= l~]1n>Y, \VILLIA\I ,.......... . ....... Shelbyville.

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g ELLERSH.\\\', Enwxian . ................ Chew Stoke, Englund.
  V ELLIS, JA\II·:s TI\XD\' . ........... . . . . Ghent.
{ FAULc0NI-:1:, CI.AIzIcNcII L. .............. Athens.
f FAULI;NI:Iz, Tnoxixs FRANKLIN ............ Burhourville.
i Fl\RXl\LY, XVILLIAM .·XR'1‘IIL'1< . ............. Lexington.
  E‘AI . ....,........ Lexington. `
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{ F0I’l`ll . .......... . . Lexington. `
i FRANK, J0IIN FItIsI>IcIaIt·I; ............... Louisa.
i FItAxI;I<, HUIII MII.I,1;n ................ Lexington. ·
L FItAzI·:I<, 1{0IIIc1-:’I‘ VVAKRIGN ............. Lexington.
' F1I*I‘II . . . .............. Lexington.  `
(·}liNTRY, Jonx Moitolxx ....... . ..... Athens.  
` GII.x10Ipz1lIuIIIIoe\<, Vu.  .
GUNN, Jonx ..................... Lexington.  I
GUNN .BI·:LI.I·: CI,I·:>II:N’I‘ ......,........ Lexington.  _
. GIINN, R0III·:Ii’1‘ Thus ................ Lexington.  
I GUNN, ll HNIKY M ................... Lexington. ,
GL’|·;IIxsIUs .................. Cullowity.  »
Gnow ELIJAII B ................... South Elkhorn. V ·.
, ].{;\GG.\l{`D, Go1In0N AU(IUs*I‘INr: ............ Wineheeter.  I
l` 1’I.\l.L, CIIAs. C ....,..... I ......... Sliellnyville.  7
HALL, XVIIIIAII }IO\\'I\I , ....... . ..... Shelbyville.  
HANc0I·I<, FI,oIz»·;xI·I·: BoI»I.I·:Y . ............ Lexington. L 
  lIAx<·o<·I<, l*l|·:x1:Y SI . .............. Lexington.  5
HA’I‘<·III·:u, Jonx XVILLIANI ,............. 1’I·e$tonshu1·g.  ’
Hl\'l`(‘Ill·Zl{, JAIII·:s S.\)Il'l·]L .............. 1)I`(t5iL)ll>i>Lll`Q.  
Q Hicvit, Jeux XI·:AI. .................. l{oe1q»oI~t.  
, Hicun, ·]l\I\lI·]S (iI"I·II1u1·g.
IIrm;tm>, CL.\1{EN(7l·Z ................. Ghent.
Hrxr, R1¤·11,xunIirui-:xi·: ............... Lexington.
Hem`, I11s’r0x, Piuei; ................... Lexington.
  IIl"l`(’lIlSOX, Joux .].xx1i·:s ............... Lexington.
i Ixtmxxi, \\'Y.\'l"l’ Irlxwuixs .............. Ilentlerson.
` Ixcaiuxi, )[.\lXlL'LL`S . ............. \\vllll'ilt'5tOl`.
 ` Jxxiicsox. Joux \\`i1.L1.xs1 ..... . .....,... Foul.
 _ I{liI(ilI'|`l.Y, J I·]1’ll·'l`l[.\ll ................ Lusltys Mills. L `
·  Ki·;1·:x1·:. Joux <>1.ivl·;u ................ Fort S]n·ing.
‘ Kmzxic G1-:0u<:i·: U.\Nll.l·Zv'l` ............... Fort Spring.
K t·;1.i.1·:i:, J. Qld ..................... L¤xington.
‘  l{i2Li.s. (liaoimic ................... '\\'illiuins;ow1i.
 _ l{1xi1»i·;t‘s Liar: . . .......... Oyntlnunn.
_ Lxxms, Lioxt:1. ($1:1·:.xu . ............... ][o1l1`ou Druuglit, \V. Vu.
,  Z L.\X<’.\S'|`l*]l{, (lizoiaui; D. . ............... Lexington. _
  L.xx1»i=.x11z, lioi=1·:1:’r lliuxm: .......... . . . Uelinn. tl.
  L.»xw1.i-:ss, rEI)\\'.\ll`;;j;l‘[<>\\`ll. r `
.2 Lonwoon. Lo*1"r1i·: List; ................ Lexington.
  Low’1‘ui·;x, Inu ..........,.......,. Lexington.
  Lrxox. tiiuttun \\LIl,(Ll'S .,............. Lexington.
 ; LY1.1·:. ()\`Ii1{'l't’)N A. .................. `\'nnglin`s Mills.
 4 Mxsox, \\'11,r.iA1i NI. _ .... . .......... Alton. ‘
  )[<·C1u,L1i·:, Fuxxu . ................. \\·lll1it\lIl,
 g )it'Ul.l·1LL1\X, l’.xtIAs ................... Milford. `
OLDIIAAI, TIIoxIAs EDWARD .............. South Elkhorn.  
OLDIIAAI. JE]-'l~`ERSON ................. South Elkhorn. ` _ 
OEDIIAM, CHARLES 1{AYANAUGII. ........... Lexington. LP
· PACE, NO;\Ii GRITTENDEN . .............. Indian Fields. L
l PAGE, WVILLIANI S. ............,..... Mason.  *
P.\'l"1`OX, SAIIIUEI. ELLIS . ............... Wliittznkersville.  Eg
i PATTERSON, WVILLIAAI ANDIs, FRANK CRAIG ............... Lexington.  
l{EAI»N0WER, JAxII·:s A. ................ Williamstown. I 
REEs E, N;\NNF1'l"l`l·] ................ . . Lexington.  
ZRICESE, KIRI: . .................... Fern Leaf.  
{ RFZIIXIOX, FRED E ................... New Haven.  Q
. RILICY, JAMES TIIoAIAs ................ Lexington. ·  
i RILEY, FANNIE ANIlil(()S[.\ . I ............. Lexington. Y 
} Ronn, Cll.\lX. LI·::1»1 LL0Yii ................. Ca1·pente1·. 1 _
Resin, Jonx -‘VlLl.l.\ xi ................ Newfouncllaind. i
ROSZELL, Mixxin Emsiaivr . .............. Lexington.
R.O'l'lIS(Y1IILD, Suiox Lxwis .............. Owensboro.
RUexicR, IUARY LoU1sA . ............... Lexington.
RUCKER, Joux W1LLI;\)[ ....... . ....... Lexington.
Rmrsncx, l`IAl{Y ADA ................. Lexington.
  Rmisicv, MARTHA EMMA ............... Lexington.
_ Rusu, RUT11 ..................... Lexington.
_ .SA1,A1oN, Jonx T110:i1As ..... . ......... Oakton.
` SA\\'Yl·ll{, Jonx TIORATIO ............... Newtown.
 _ Sm.L1ER, Lumrrnx AIUHAT .............,. Lexington. V
. S11.1·:R, Isuut ()s<·AR ................. Lot. _
S1s1{, Br;x.1AM1x ................... Nebo. I
  SL‘LL|vAx, Gi:oRGi·: M1<·1-1A ur .............. Cliilesburg.
V Iicimirrr, )[;\.RY .EL1Z.\Bl·l'1`1I . ............. Lexington.
L S(‘UVliI.l., ADA . .................. Newton. Ill.
-_ 5¢·ov1;LL, FRAx1c ELMER ........... . . . Newton, Ill. ` »
SHl(Ol’SlIlKI·], \\`i1.1.1.xs1 BRYAN . ........ . . . Lexington.
L. S1r1A<*R1,i;1=oR1», T110x1As XXVIIEATLY .......... Lexington.
SIl.\<‘1{Ll·ZFO11>, Gl£O1{G[.\ XYICTORIA ..........,... Mt. Sterling.
 L Snrrii, \YlLLI.\)Y lGX.\’l'll'$ .............. Zion. l
  5111*1*11, Nntsox H. .................. Lexington.
 L Sxirru, Tnoxixs POR'l`l·Zl{ ............... Lexington.
 Q S1’.\l{l)Ii\N, Smimci. Mxopox . ............. Russell Cave.
  S'l`1\'liI(S, Axxic 1Xl)liLIl\ . ............... Lexington
 _ S’r1·:1·111·:xs, )[i\RGARE'l` I\I<‘Pl1Eli'I`]·IRS .......... Ci·oppe1·’s.
  ST ·eRi’»i·:r,r.. l<]vAx VVAKNER . ............. Lexington.
  Swoiiic, Jos|·:1·n A ........._ . ......_.. VVest Bend. .
 '» TAHI/l`ON, JARv1s TAYLOR . .............. M urpliysville.
1-  TAYLOR, L1;sL11z LEE ................. Retlliouse.
 i ’l`AxLoR, L.\I—`.\YlC'l`TI£ Z.\l‘B.\I'.Y ............ lliclnnonil.
 V 'l`ll,’l‘UX, Li·‘1·111·;R TAx1,oR . .............. Mount Olivet. i
. Ticvns, Jeux ..................... Louisville.  
 _' Tom), FAXME S\\‘11~‘T . . . . . . ........... Lexington. I
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  TURNER, Jon}: ELwooD . ............... Louisville.
L ` T110RNToN, Jo1r1N XVILGUS . .............. Lexington.
5 TH10iN. WVTLLMN1 LEE. ............... Lexington. .
\V0onw.u, ALBERT H ................ VVindoni.  
`Wonn, J.xN11·:s \V.u.11.1<, Jeux GnosvENe1: . ............ Lexington. '
`VOIi'l`lllNG'l’ON, \\YlI.l.l.\)l . .............. Greenup.  _
\\vlll'I"I`, l·]r.1x¤ H ximxx 1). .............. Newlenndlzuid.  N
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