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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
arts," approved July 2, 1862. The amount of land donated
was 30,000 acres for each Representative in the National Con-
gress. Under this allotment Kentucky received 330,000 acres.
Several years elapsed before the Commonwealth established an
Agricultural and Mechanical College under the act. When I
established it was not placed upon an independent basis, but
was made one of the Colleges of Kentucky University, to which
Institution the annual interest of the proceeds of the Congres-
sional land grant was to be given for the purpose of carrying
V on its operations. The land script had meanwhile been sold
for fifty cents per acre, and the amount received—-$165,000——
invested in six per cent. Kentucky State bonds, of which the
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 of the Colleges of said
University, was repealed, and a Commission was appointed to
recommend to the Legislature of 1879—80 a plan of organization ·
for an Institution, including an Agricultural and Mechanical
College, such as the necessities of the Commonwealth require.
The city of Lexington oHered to the Commission (which was
also authorized to recommend to the General Assembly the
  place, which, all things considered, offered the best and greatest "
inducements for the future and permanent location of the Col-
lege) the City Park, containing fifty,-two acres of land, within
the limits of the city, and thirty thousand dollars in city bonds
for the erection of buildings. This offer the county of Fayette
supplemented by twenty thousand dollars in county bonds, to
be used either for the erection of buildings or for the purchase A
of land. The offers of the city of Lexington and of the county ..
  of Fayette were accepted by the General Assembly.  

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i By the act of incorporation, and the amendments thereto,
i constituting the charter of the Agricultural and Mechanical
T College of Kentucky, liberal provision is made for educating,
  A free of tuition, the energetic young men of the Commonwealth 34
  whose means are limited. The Normal Department, for which
provision is also made, is intended to aid in building up the
  Common School system by furnishing properly qualified teach-
R · 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
t future, do a great work in advancing the educational interests of
, Kentucky. Being entirely undenominational in its character,
i it will appeal with confidence to people of all creeds and of no
creed, and will endeavor, in strict conformity with the require-
I ments of its organic law, to afford equal advantages to all,
exclusive advantages to none. The liberality of the Common-
T wealth in supplementing the inadequate annual income arising r
from the proceeds of the land script invested in State bonds gg
will, it is believed, enable the Trustees to begin and carry on, JU:
upon a scale commensurate with the wants of our people, the A DR
operations of the Institution whose management and oversight
_ have been committed to them by the General Assembly of Ken- i
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HOB` Trustees Whose Term of Ojiee Expires January 10, 1890:
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db Hou. J. M. UNTHANK .................... Bell county.
m S PHILEMON BIRD, Esq. ..... . ............... Shelby county.
` Ona _ JUDGE W. B. KINKEAD ....... . ............ Fayette county. ·
tht? ` DR. R. J. SPURR . ...................... Fayette county.
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{61% r Trustees Whose Term of Ojice Empires January 10, 1892:
Carr. W. D. NICHOLAS .................... Fayette county.
HoN. R. A. SPURR . ........... . ......... Fayette county. `
‘ Con L. J. BRADFORD ..................... Covington.
· Du. J. D. CLARDY ...................... Christian county.
Trustees Whose Term of Ofice Empires January 10, 1894:
JYDGE W. C. IRELAND .................... Boyd couuty.
 » GEN’L D. C. Buell ......... . ............ Louisville.
W. W'. TICE ......................... Graves county.
. Col. HART G1DsoN ...................... Lexington. "
Z. Eccecutivc Committee,
J R. A. SPURR, Chairman,
Q  PHILEMON Bum,
he W. B. 1{INKEAD,
, W. D. NIC}IOLAS, A
  DR. R. J. SDURR.
  JAMES K. PATTERSON, Assistant Secretary. '

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_ JAMES K. PATTERSON, PH. D., F. S. A., PRESIDENT,
(_ Professor of Metaphysics and Civil History.
Q ROBT. PETER, M. D.,
{ EMERITUS Professor of Chemistry and Experimental Physics.
` JOHN SHACKLEFORD, A. M.,
L h Professor of the English Language and Literature.
JAMES G. WHITE, A. M.,
l Professor of Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy.
, A. R. ORANDALL,
Professor of Natural History.
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Professor of General, Organic and Agricultural Chemistry. ,
F. M. HELVETI, A. M.,
· Professor of the French and German Languages and Literature.
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JOHN H. NEVILLE, A. M., )
Professor of the Latin and Greek Languages and Literature.
M. A. SCOVELL, M. S., _
Professor of Agriculture and Horticulture, and Director of Experiment Station. .
J. R. POTTER, A. M.,
_ Principal of the Normal Department and Professor of Pedagogy.
2 DILLARD H. CLARK, Frasr LIEUT. U. S. A., Coimarrpaxr,
S Professor of Civil, Mechanical and Mining Engineering and Military Science.
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j WALTER K. PATTERSON,
1 Principal of the Preparatory Department.
( M. L. 1>ENcE, M. s.,
Instructor in Book-keeping and Assistant in Preparatory Department.
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VVILLIAM PREWVITT, A. B.,
Instructor in Latin and Greek, and Assistant in Preparatory Department.
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J. LEWIS LOGAN, A. M., " ‘ ‘
Assistant in Preparatory Department.
MRS. LUCY B. BLACKBURN,
Matron and Assistant in Preparatory Department.
ALFRED M. PETER, M. S.,
Assistant Professor of Chemistry in Experimental Station.
JAMES A. YATES,
Tutor in Mathematics.
DAVID A. KING.
Professor of Practical Mechanics.
_ EXPERIMENT STATION OF THE STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY.
` BOARD OF CONTROL.
JUDGE W. B. KINKEAD .............
PHILEMON BIRD . . . . .............
DR. R. J. SPURR ................. Executive Committee.
YV. D. NICHOLAS .................
iOn_ .  A.SPURK. ..... . ...... . . . . . . .
JAS. K. PATTERSON . ............... President of the College.
M. A. SCOVE LL, M. S ................ Director of the Station.
OFFICERS OF THE STATION. ,·
nee. M. A. SCCVELL, M. S. . ........ Director.
A. R. CRANDALL ........... Professor of Botany.
A. T. PARKER ............. Microscopist.
A. M. PETER, M. S ......... '. . Assistant in Chemistry.
JAMES MURRAY ........... Practical Agriculture and Horticulture.
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  FREDERICK V. BARTLETT. n
c-iEoRGE G. BRYAN. .
f HENRY ELCURTIS.
V BELLE 0. GUNN.  
—‘ ROBT. T. PAYNE. ‘.
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AUD, JOHN MARTIN .... ` ................ F inchville. '
~ ADAMS, THOMAS RANDOLPH ................ Lexington. ‘
ADAMS, KATE INNES . ................... Lexington. ‘
ALEXANDER, YOUNGER ................... New Liberty. '
ALLEN, ELMA ....................... Lexington. ( , ‘
. ALLEN, CLAUDE ........,............. Lexington. ‘
ANDERSON, JAMES BLYTHE ................. Lexington ‘
ANDERSON, RICHARD THoMAS, JR. . ............. I Lexington. '
' ASHER, HUGH HUSTON ................... Pineville. ‘
4 BANE, NETTIE AUGUSTA . .~ . . ............. Lexington. ‘
BAKER, SALLIE BELLE ................... Lexington. ‘
BAKER, ANNE JANE .................... Lexington. '
BAKER, KATIE MAY .................... Lexington. *
BARR, EMILY ....................... Lexington,. ‘
BARBER, LANAS SPURGEON ................. Ocala, Fla. ‘
BALTzER, LoUIS PIIILIPPE ................. Fulton. *
BARTLETT, FREDERICK VINCENT .............. Lexington. *
BARTLETT, MORRIS WHIToN . . . . ............ Lexington. ‘
` BARNES, LUNSFORD HERNDOTI . ............... Covington. , *
  BERRY, WILLIAM POTTS. .................. Sliarpsburg. ` *
l BERRY, HENRY SKILLMAN ................. Lexington. ‘ · ‘
{ BERRY, LEONARD CASSELL ................. Lexington. (
l BIDDLE, JoHN R. . ..................... Yarnallton. l
[ BONNYMAN, ALEXANDER . ................ Lexington. -·
BoNNYMAN, GEORGE J. ................... Lexington. E
l BOSWORTH, CHARLES CLIFFORD ............... Fort Spring,. l
` BOS‘»VOR'I‘H, NATHANIEL LEWIS ............... Fort Spring. l
l BoYD, CLARENCE. ..................... Minerva. g 1
BUSH, PATRICK. ...................... Smithland. ` »
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BURGESS, MALOOLM LEE .... . ............ Louisa. . `
. BROWN, ROBERT ANDERSON ................. Meadow Creek. J.
BROWNELL, CLAUDE SYLVESTER . .............. Louisville. · _
BROOK, CHARLES ROBERT . ................. London.
BRYAN, GEORGE GIST. ................... Windom.
BRYAN, DANIEL ........ . ............. Windom.
BRYAN, JOHN IRVING, ................... Windom.
BRYAN, ROBERT MILLIGAN ................ ; Windom.
BRUGGER, RILEY AUSTIN . ................. Clyde, O.
CADEN, MARGARET ROGERS . ................ Lexington.
'CALHOON, CLARENCE CHAPMAN . .............. Owensboro.
CARTER, GEORGE BURTON. ................. Louisa.
CARTER, DRURY F. . .................... Mt. Sterling.
CARTER, WILLIALI LYMAN ................. Briar Hill.
CALDWVELL, DAVID . .................... Harrisburg.
COYLE, HENRY BODLEY. .................. Lexington. ,
COONS, LLEWELLA .............. ’ ....... Lexington.
COOPER, CHARLES HERNDON ................ Covington.
COOPER, JOHN SHERMAN .... . ............ Waterloo.
Cox, ARTHUR MEL\’IN ................... Cynthiana. -
Cox, JOE BROWN. ..................... Tryon City, N. C.
Cox, WILLIAXLI BAILEY. .................. Nebo.
, I COMES, MAMIE TILFORD .................. Lexington.
i CO\\'HERD, ROBERT LEE. .................. Campbellsville.
CURTIS, RICHARD ALLEN . ....... · - ........ Greendale.
CURTIS, SUSAN SI·URR ................... Greendale.
CURTIS, HENRY ERNEST .................. Greendale. · °
l CIIENAULT, ROBERT ANDERSON ............... Lexington. .
CHEEK, BLANCHE ..................... Lexington.
CIIRYSTAL, ERNEST . .................... Chilesburg.
CHRISTIAN, MATTIE JANE ................. Lexington. .
CLARK, GEORGE FRY .................... Wincliester.
CLARDY, U. L. . ...................... Bell.
CLAY, ALICE CARNEAL . .................. Lexington. V
CLAY, ANNE FIELD .................... Lexington.
CLAY, ISABELLA REED ................... Lexington.
V CRAYENS, ANNE LAURA ..... · · ........... Lexington. *‘
CRONIN, XVILLIAM ..................... Lexington.
 · (`ROCKETT, CHARLES SKILLMAN . .............. Lexington.
Q CRLM, FLOYD JAOOD .................... Louisville.
  DANAHY, JOSEPH PATRICK ................. Lexington.
; DANAIIY, JOHN HENRY ................... Lexington.
;_ DAVIDSON, MATTIE . ................ . . . Lexington.
DAVIS, J. WILLIABI, JR ................... Frankfort.
DARNALL, BESSIE SHELBY ................. Lexington.
DEANE, HARRY FOSTER .................. Lexington. I
  DEERINO, MAROARET ROWENA ............... Lexington.  
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{ DENNY, FRANKLIN CLARKE ................ Cordova.
i . DENNY, ATHE ....................... LuSby’s Mills.
  DEGLOWV, BEN. H. . ..................... Covington.
  DECoURcY, JAMES OSRoRNE ................ Greenville. `
V` DEL0zIER, CHARLES EDWARD. ...... . . . ._ ...... Williamsburg.
A DIDLAKE, ANNA ...................... Washington,. D. C.
S DILLARD, FLORENCE DUDLEY . ............... Lexington.
I DILLON, HENRY RODBIAN . ................. Frankfort.
  DOWIS, GREEN ELLIOTT .................. Barhourville.
. DOLAN, THOMAS FRANCIS . ................. Rineyville. ` '
` DYGIIE, JOIIN ALLEN. ................... MOOTB’S Creek. i
` EAVES, HERBERT SANDERS ......,.......... Anthosten. ·
I EXVING, J. RICHARD .................... Stamping Ground; I
7 ELLERSIIAW, EDWARD ................... Chew Stoke, Eng. _
t ELLIOTT, JAMES F. . ........ I ............ New Haven.
ELLIS, JAMES TANDY . ..... ·. .... . ........ Ghent. ·
i ELKIN, FIELDING CLAY. .................. Lexington.
FAULCONER. EvA. ......... ~ . .......... Athens. .'
FAULKNER, TIIOMAS FRANKLIN . .............. Berbourville. _
FARNAU, WILLIAM ARTHUR ................ Lexington. ·
FARMER, JOHN CRITTENDEN ................ Hilton. I
FITZGERALD, JoIIN ED\VARD ........... . .,... Lexington. 3.
FEENEY, AUGUSTUS. .................... Peyne’S Depot. I .
FOLEY, WILLIANI JOSEPH. ................. Lexington. `
. FoRESTER, JAMES SIIERIDAN ................ Salt Trace_
I FORSTON, KEENE RICIIARD ................. Lawrenceburg. ‘
FOSTER, EDXVARD TURNER ...... . .......... Winchester. ‘
FOVVLER, EMMA ...................... Paris.
FUGITT, WALTER WORTH ................. Cherokee. i
FULTS, JOIIN PARKER ................... Louisville. ·
FRANCISCO, ALLEN NE\\'TON ................ White Oak. ‘
FRANK, JOIIN FREDERICK. ................. Louisa.
FRAZER, R0IsERT WARREN ................. Lexington.
FRAZER, FIARY FRANCISCO ................. Lexington.
` FRAzER, HU(iI*I MILLER. .................. Lexington.
. ‘GrAI’l`SKILL, FANNIE VIYIAN ............ . . . Burgin. · .
E GAITSKILL, NANNIE YVIIITE ........... . . . . Burgin. ‘   _
GARRITY, ALoYSIUS G0NzAoA. ............... Louisville.
2 GIXRIEED, LEE ALVIN HATTEN ............... Louisa. _
* GA'l`E\VOOD, WILLIAM HENRY . ............... Georgetown.
I ·GoI.DSM1TII, OSCAR ..................... Covington.
{ G0LDSMITI~I, ALFRED .................. . Covington. V I
'Gl'ERRAN'l‘, MARSIIALL HENRY ............... Troy. ‘
_ GUNN, BELLE CLEMENT .................. Lexington.
I GUNN, HENRY LIARTIN. .................. Lexington. ‘  _
GUNN, JoIIN . ...... . ............... Lexington. -
GUNN, TIIoMAS. ....................,. Lexington. ·  f_i
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GRIGSBY, JAMES RODMAN. ................. Mooresville.
GRow, ELIJAH BRYAN ................... South Elkhorn.
_ HAGGIN, LEVVIS KAY . ................... Doneraile.
HAMILTON, MARY SUSAN . .i ................ Lexington.
HANoocx, HENRY SKILLMAN ................ Lexington.
j· . HARDIN, RISHARD ROWAN ................. Chaplin.
HARDIN, JESSE WOOLFORD ................. Chaplin.
HARRISON, LENA TILI·‘oRD .......... · - · .... Lexington.
_ HAYS, JAMES RYLE .................... Commercial Summit
I HELNI, CLARENcE FOSTER. ,................ Milledgeville. l
HEARNE, VIRGIE K. ............. V ....... Walnut Hill.
HEARNE, JOSEPH CLEMENT . ................ WElnut‘Hill.
·i ' HILL, THoMAS OHESTINE ..............,... Sharpe.
· HITT, FRANK H. . ,.................... Mt. Olivet.
HoEING, CHARLES .... . ........ _ ....... Lexington. .
A HoDcES, WILLIAM JEFFERSON ............... Pineville.
` HOSTETTER, MARGARET BELLE ............... Lexington.
·r HORNBROOK, SALLIE ADAMS. ................ Lexington.
. Ho1>soN, JOSEPH HAY. ................... Canton.
_` HOLLIDAY, ELIZABETH ................... Beeknersville.
HoLLIDAY, THoMAS FLOYD ................. Becknersville.
{ . HUGHES, JAMES TANDY. .................. Lexington.
i ’ HUGHES, LEONARD SAMUEL ................ Frankfort.
` A HUTCHISON, J0HN JAMES . . ............... Lexington.
HOUSTON, CHARLES S .................... Berlin.
C HUNTER, WILLIALI MASoN . ..............,. Spears.
i HUNT, LEoNoRA IRENE ................. Lexington. .
. IXXES, GEORGE WHITNEY ................. RuSsell’s Cave.
· V INGRAM, WYATT HAWKINS ......... , ........ Anthoston.
A INGRAM, MARIE LETITIA .................. Anthoston. .
 ' IRYING, MARGARET LONG .................. Lexington.
JA¢·xSoN, THoMAS ROMULUS ................ Winchester.
_ JACKSON, JAMES ISAAC . .................. Barbourville.
A JOLY, VIN(}}]NT BENEDICT. ................. Baton Rouge, La.
JONES, ELIZABETH CHIRLEY ................ Lexington.
 ‘ · I{AZl·]E, CHARLES . ..................... Flat Gap. *
°  ._ “ 'KEICNII, GEORGE HAMLET. ................. Fort Spring.
j_ I{liliNE, JoHN OLIVER ................... Fort Spring.
  I{ENDALL, J0HN REBBLE . ................. VVest Liberty.
  ·I{ELLS, GE0RGE ...................... XVillinmStown.
Q KINKEAD, ELIZABETH SIIELBY ............... Lexington.
V ~ · KNox, ELI FRENUH ..... l ............... Ciirlislc_
V LANcASTER, JAMES SQUIRE ................. Josephine.
LANCASTER, ALBERT CHAMBERS. .............. Lexington.
A  =. LANCASTER, GEORGE DUDLEY . ............... Lexington. _
  LANCASTER, ALBERT LEE. ................. Richwood. `
' I Y. LAWVWVILL, EDWARD. .................... Mayslick.
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, LEE, WILLIALI HENRY . .....,............ Lexington-
  LEWIS, SAMUEL LOGAN. .................. Somerset.
’ LILLARD, ARTHUR ST. OLAIR ................ Owenton.
  _ LONG, HENRY MAY .................... Georgetown.
  LOGAN, JOSEPH C. ..................... Lexington.
l LOVENHART, MAURICE BENJAMIN. ............. Lexington.
. LOGWOOD, LOTTIE LEE ................... Lexington. “
rh LUXON, GARRED WILGUS .... . ............. Lexington.
][ARTIN, MARGAXRET AMANDA. ............... Centreville.  .
~ ][ASSEY, N ATHAN BRUCE . ................. Mt. Olivet-
MAY, JoHN WILGUS .................... Lexington-
METUAI-F, ELIZABETH HENDRIcKS. ............. Lexington- `
` TJILLS, JESSE PEMBERTON ................. Nebo. —
; LIILLER. MARKHADI ................,... Lexington. 4
V AIILTON, JANE H ...................... Lexington.
Q LIOORE, CHARLES CHILTON ................. Lexington.
EIOORE. DUKE ....................... Jacksonville.
‘ MOORE, SALLIE. ...................... Shewhan’s Station.
BIOORE, MINNIE ...................... Shawhan’S Station. '
MORGAN, NELLIE KEY HOWARD .............. Lexington.
BIORRIS, DANIEL TURNEY. ................. Blue Lick Springs. »
MZULLIGAN, LoUIS HUSToN CRITTENDEN. .......... Lexington.
MULLIGAN, ALICE SHIRLEY. ................ Lexington-  il
MUNcEY, VICTOR EMANUEL. ................ Louisa. ‘
MZURRILL, HUGH AMBRoSIUS .............. . Hickory.
, BICCAKV, CICELY ...................... Lexington,.
4 AICCONATHY, HERBERT A/IARRINER ....... . . .... Louisville. A
1`ICDOWELL, JOSEPH .................... Mt. Olivet.. ·
AWICCONNELL, SALLIE ANN ....... . ......... Lexington. `
BICCONNELL, WILLIAM PINCKNEY TOLLESON ........ Lexington. ’
LICELHINNY. EIARTHA ................... Lexington. _
)[CINTOSI~I, RORERT. .................... Terry, Miss. 1
NICFARLIN, JOHN VVILI-IAM . ................ Stowers. V
).[CI{ENNA, JAMES PAUL .................. Lexington.  `
AICEIURTRY, JOHN H .... -. .,,............ Nieholasville. L
NE.\LE, ALvIN THOBIAXS. .................. Lawrenceburg. j
V NIcIIoLAS, JoIIN VANMETER . ............... Lexington.  
l NoRMAN, ALBERT CLIRT .................. Smith’s Mills.  
1 NORMAN, CHARLES EDTVARD ...... · ......... Smith’s Mills.  
: OUTTEN, WILLIANI ..................... Fulton. ·> 
O’BRYAN, DIARSHALL ................... Hodgensville.  
{ (.)`BRIEN, ELLA FERDINAXD ................ Lexington. Vi 
· OGDEN, TIIoMAS ........ { .............. Milford.  
OLDHAM, THOMAS EDKVARD . ................ South Elkhorn. `-
_ OLDIIAM, JI-:FEERS0N . ................... South Elkhorn. ,
e ()LDIlAM, CHARLES KAVANAUGH. .............. Lexington. .
ORR, CHARLES M ...................... Mortonsville. . V

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PAYNE, ROBERT TREAT. .................. Athens.
PATTERSON, WILLIAM ANDREW. .............. Lexington.
PATTERSON, EDWIN EUGENE ...... - ......... Lexington.
PETTIT, GEORGE NATHANIEL ................ Lexington. n
PIATT, DANIEL AUGUSTUS ................. Payne’s Depot.
POTTER, DWIGHT A. . ................... Brainerd, Minn.
POTTINGER. SAMUEL LANCASTER .............. New Haven.
‘ PUGH, JAMES HA\N’KINS .................. Pittsburg.
PHILROTT, JOSEPH G.. ................... Manchester.
V PREWITT, ANNE ...................... Athens.
PREWITT, NELSON V.. ................... Winchester.
PRICE, OLLIE. ....................... Lexington.
l RAILEY, CHARLES ELBIER. . ..........,..... Midway.
RANISEY, HENRY LEE. . . . . .............. Z . \Vinchester.
` RANKIN, ALLAN GILAIORE ................. Mill Spring,
I RANRIN, ROBT. WASHINGTON . ............... Right Angle. _
REDDISH, MORGAN FULTS. ................. O’Bannon’s Station.
I REYNOLDS, FRANK CRAIG. ................. Lexington.
X RICE, GEORGE MEND]·]NHALL ................ \VaterloO.
 · RISQUE, LUCIEN VVOODFOLK .... ' ............ Payne’s Depot.
V RISQUE. JAMES EUGENE .................. Payne’s Depot.
` RILEY, JAAIES THOMAS . .................. Lexington.
  ROBINSON, ALICE CLARA .................. Buena Vista.
 ` HOSZELL, EIINXIE ELRERT ................. Lexington.
' RODDIOR, WVILLIAAI VVALLACE ............... Chicago, Illinois.
i ROSS, NELLIE BENNETT ..... . .......... Lexington.
 V ROSE, JOSEPH LLOYD . ......... . ......... Carpenter.
  ROSE, JOHN WILL1.\)I ................... Newfoundland. .
 . ROBERTS, ZAOHARY TAYLOR ................ Manchester.
` A RULE, LUGIEN VOORHIES . ................. Goshen.
RUSH, RUTH ....,.................. Lexington. _
`_  RUCKER, DIARY LOUISA .................. Lexington.
" llIroRER, JOHN WILLIIXNI . ................. Lexington.
  HHOADES, CHARLES F ....... . ............ Washington.
 N $ALMOX, JOHN THOMAS. .................. Oakton.
 X SANDUSKY, JULIA CIIILTON . ................ WOodfoI·d county.
. SA\\'YER, JOHN HORATIO .................. Fort Spring. ,-
 . SELLIER, LUCIEN MURAT ............. _ ..... Lexington.
 _' SILER, ISIIABI OSOAR .................... Lot_
  SISR, BENJAMIN ...................... Nebo.
 i SCIIULTZIC, JENNIE SRILLAIAN. ............... Lexington.
  SULI.IvAN, MIOHAEL GEORGE ................ Chilesburg.
  SCOVILLE, FRANK ELHER. ................. Newton, Illinois.
 _._ ·. SlIA(I1(LE1·`O1`{D, LEWIS PINRERTON . .......... . . Lexington.
 -‘ SIIELY, ALDA IHERXVELL .................. Lexington.
y  SIIIVELL, JENNIE BELLE .......... . ...... Lexington.
 _ SHROPSHIRE, WILLIAAI BRYANT. .............. Lexington.  
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{ SMITH, FANNIE HoSTETTER . ............. ' . . . Georgetown-- ‘
X SPARKS, WILLIAM ..................... Leesburg.
J STOCKTVELL, JOHN REED .................. Lexington.
i STEPHENS, RoET. LEE ................... Kenton.
{ STEADMAN, SAMUEL MADDox . ............... Russell’s Cave,
  STANFILL, J0SHUA FAULKNER. ............... Burbourvilleh
i STEKVART PHILIP. ................. . . . . Smithland.
STEWART, LINDSAY T. .......... ; ........ Greenup-
I STEELE, ORTHERS LoGAN .................. Oakville.
STEELE, CHARLES LoUIS ................. . Olive Hill.
. STANLEY, AUGUSTUS OWSLEY. ............... Nicholasville.
  STACY, REUBEN ..........,........... Covington.
? STRAUSS, BESSIE ........... l ...... . . . . Lexington.
‘ STOCKDELL, EVAN WARNER. ................ Lexington. _
, SAIYSER, S. J ....   ................... Bullardville.
i TAYLOR, LAFAYETTE ZAGHARY ............... Richmond.
` TAYLOR, ARTHUR JEFFERSON . ............... Hickman.,
TAYLOR, HOR¢\CE BRUCE .................. Athens.
l TERRELL, TH0:sIAS FOUNTAIN ................ Blnndville.
TILTON, LUTHER '1`AYLoR . ................. Mt. Olivet. _
To2xILINsoN, LIZZIE. ................. . . Bryantsville. i
TODD, CHARLES LEE .................... Lexington.
THo:xIAS, JoIIN WALKER .............,.... Eminence.
THOEBE, JOHN JoSEPII ................... Covington. ·
TIIo:sII>S0N, EDWARD A,. .................. Fulton.
'l`HoNIPSoN, LULU X/YILLIERS. ................ Owensboro.
_ THORNTON, JOHN WILGUS ................. Lexington. _
, TRIGG, W'ILLIA>I CLAY . .................. New Columbus.
VJANBIETER, JOSEPH CLAY. ................. `Winchester.
VWALBY, MILDRED HUGHES . ................ Lexington.
WALKER, R0RT. BERNIE .................. Lexington. .
SWALKER, PERCY MOR'1`I)i]§R ................ Lexington. '
XVALKER., PORTER GRovER ................. Owenton.  V,
“vALLIS, WILLIAM RUSSELL ................ Lexington.
XVARD, JOHN WESLEY ............... , . . . Lexington.
WVARNER, HARRIET HocKER ................ Lexington.  
WARREN, ANNA ELIZA . .................. Donernile.
Q `VARREN, JOSEPH EVANS .................. Doneraile. ·
5 `VARREN, LILLIE ELIZA .................. Lexington.
i XVARREN, LULA JAYNES .................. Lexington. · _
I NVEST, JoSEPII GIGANLAITTE ................ Russell Cave.
' `VEST, WILLIANI HENRl’ ............. . . . . YVindom.
1 \VImIAN, AL}`RlCD ..................... Lexington.
- \VII.LIS, BENJANIIN GRANT ....... ‘ ,......... Bullittsville.
i \°VILsoN, YVILLIANI LEE .... ’ .............. Lexington.  ·
\VII.SoN, EIARGARET AGNES . ................ Lexington. V
E \vILLIA)IS, XVILLIANI NIcIIoLAs .............. Winchester.
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 WILLIAAIS, HIXRVEY .................... Lawrenceburg.
WILLIABIS, ELIZABETH MIRIAM. .............. Lexington. .
WOOD, HEEDLY .........,............ Sweet Owen. ·
WORD, JAMES WALKER .................. Bel].
WOOLFOLK, JOSEPH CRAIG ................. Lexington.
WoRIuIAN, SPENCER SHERMAN ............... Mt. Olivet.
XVORTHINGTON, WILLIZXBI . .........,....... Greenup.
A \VOLE, CARRIE . ...................... Lexington.
\V00LUMs, ELIZABETH BURDETTE . ............. Muir’s Station.
YATES, JOSEPH ANDERSON ....... . ........ Bush’s Store.
Y0UNG, ANNA BELL .................... Lexington.
AYOUNG, IDA ........... . ............ Lexington.
YOUNG, DIXNIEL LEE . ................... Highland.
4 YIILNG, EVERETT ELLSNVORTH. ............... Highland.
Y0UNce, TH01xIAs BROWN .................. Morguniieid.
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  DEPARTMENTS OF STUDY.
  The Departments of Study comprise the following : .
g Mathematics.
  Physics and Astronomy.
Q Chemistry, Inorganic, Organic and Applied.
Mental and Moral Philosophy.
  Civil History and Political Economy.
Agriculture and Horticulture.
a English Language and Literature.
Latin Language and Literature.
Greek Language and Literature.
French Language and Literature.
German Language and Literature.
Civil, Mechanical and Mining Engineering and Drawing.
Natural History-—Botany, Comp. Anatomy, Geology, etc.
_ Veterinary Science.
I P1·actical Mechanics. i
Theory and Practice of Teaching.
Book-keeping and Penmanship.
Military Art and Science.
Architecture and Landscape Gardening.
Agricultural C0urse—Comp1ete.
Mathematics.
Q Physics and Astronomy.
j Chemistry, Inorganic, Organic and Agricultural.  
l History and Political Economy. I ·
l German Language and Literature.  ;
l Practical Mechanics.
i English Language and Literature.
I Landscape Gardening.
o Botany, Zoology, Comp. Anatomy, Geology. .
' Agriculture and Horticulture. _
i Military Art and Science.  _
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Agricultural C0urse—Partial. \ A .
Mathematicsethrough Geometry and Surveying.
Physics, Chemistry, Inorganic, etc. l
Botany, Zoology.
Practical Mechanics.
_ English Language—Grammar, Rhetoric.
J Agriculture and Horticulture.
Military Science.
Scientic Course.
Mathematics.
Physics and Astronomy.
Chemistry, Inorganic, Organic and Applied.
Civil History and Political Economy.
Mental and Moral Philosophy. '
Natural History—Botany, Zoology, Comp. Anatomy, Geol-
ogy, Mineralogy, etc.
Latin, Partial Course.
French or German.
Practical Mechanics.
English Language and Literature.
Civil, Mechanical and Mining Engineering and Drawing.
Military Art and Science.
Classical Course. .
Mathematics.
Physics and Astronomy.
Cl1emistry—Inorganic and Applied. —
· Mental and Moral Philosophy.
Latin and Greek Languages and Literature.
English Language and Literature.
, French and German Languages and Literature.
_. Civil History and Political Economy. "
 f Natural History—Botany, Comp. Anatomy, Zoology, Geol-
 . ogy, etc.
ii Engineering Course.
  Mathematics.
  Physics. _
  Chemistry—Inorganic and Organic; Qualitative and Quanti-
` tative Analysis.
· Civil History.
 . Political Economy. '
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I Mental and Moral Philosophy.
} English Language and Literature.
? Natural Histo1·y——Botany, Zoology, Geology, Mineralogy.
  Drawing.
  Practical Mechanics.
A French and German (optional).
{ Civil, Mechanical and Mining Engineering.
T Course of Study Required for Diploma in Normal School. 4
  Elementary English Branches. .
i Mathematics, including Geometry and Trigonometry.
‘ Experimental Physics.
L Descriptive Astronomy.
`. Natural History——Botany, Physical Geography, Physiology.
i Penmanship and Book-keeping; Drawing.
1 Rhetoric, Elements of Criticism, Composition, Logic.
History and Political Economy.
H Theory and Practice of Teaching.
French and German.
Latin Language and Literature, partial course.
Mental and Moral Philosophy. ·
All other departments of study in the College are open, with-
· out extra fees, to students in the Normal course. To those who ‘
’ do not take the course required for a diploma, certificates of
qualification to teach are issued for those branches in which the
required degree of proficiency is attained.
The Course of Study Required for a Diploma in the Commercial Course is
- as follows: °
Penmanship, Book-keeping, general and special.
English Grammar, Geography- Descriptive, Political and
j Physical.
i Rhetoric, Composition. l i
{ Higher Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry. ‘
Q Political Economy, Moral Philosophy. ·
' French and German. i
I All other departments are open, without extra fees, to
[ students in the Commercial Course. To those who do not take
the entire course of study, but confine themselves mainly to `
I book-keeping, certificates are given when the required degree
l of proficiency is attained.

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