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Will iiml to (lie imliit. routine,
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Intercut to tlio puMIc In kuiiciiiI. our
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llei'N, uiiliwtjoti wluli to uiy lur mine, nt tlm
rntKiiftcii rciitN ii line, Mx word to a line.
Art Iclei relied Imixuimiii irl vnln cliiirui'U r. tr
uroui ieriiniilltU'H, If iiiIiIIhIicI nt nil. Mill
li iim iciiiilnr nilvcrttwincntK. In nil runes
tint real iiiiiiiatirilirrrcHmileiil limit
comniiiiilriitlon". hiilnerlliem wlui
wlili llielr uin'r cliiuiKiit from one
to Knottier, will pIciiNtt kIvu Hid lianie
ofllio iot.olllrontwlilelilli uiicr liiislnrii
I.IKJAI. II' CMS.
Small's Ix the place for cheap
.Saturday wiih one of .ShihU'm higgest
C. It. Martin will give 7r In trade
per ounce for old Hllver.
I'rof. li.T. l.ariitiril.ofToInt I'leiituiht
..... . ...
'I lie .luil river iiiincx ure vxpeeieii to
lie in full oH!ratlon hy September 1st. A
11 you want a laily'n line gnlil walcli
for Utile ley, call on (.'. IlVMarlin.
C. It. Martin will iluplle.ile city prices
on any goods in the Jewelerit' line.
Dr. Dram, ran pull your teeth without
pain. OlHei'over AiiiIitmiii'm Ma-.
C. It. Martin liaudles the prettleH
line of Jewelry ever brought to this
We are informed by tin olllecrs of the
Mink that the biiHlucrs outlook N
French cheviot wlileli would Ut
cheap at '2i; art) now, out, go-lug
lit Ooat HmallV.
Don't tall to call on Dr. Draue, up
tnlrc over AmlerMiliV Maaar, to get
your ilelital work done.
Mr. J. II. C. Canau, of near itnxlue,
placed on our table lad Monday, a
weighing two kiuiiiIh.
WillliiiiiH Huh. are now dellverlug
le. Anyone wanting lee will plcae
call mid leave their orders. 1!) tf
('. It. .Martin will put new
in yoiir old which makes
Ilium new, for very little money.
Tho HlJtAI.li will give n beautiful
gold watch away til the drawing, Il can
lie M'l'ii at 0. It. Martin' Jewelry titorv.
Our enterprising friend, C. H. Martin,
Is dally receiving new goods, such us
watches, clock, Jewelry and sectaeles.
Dr. 1'. M. Drane, the dentlut, will In;
in Hartford for two weeks, prepared to
to ilo your dental work in good Mle,
Thoi-e knowing themselves indebted
to me hliimld recollect their many promise",
mid rnakb them gcx.il at least one
time. Ii. K. Woi:i;xi:it.
Mr. J. H. Her, from the Meda
place d on our table lust Saturday,
n bunch of live may apples from
Wo ureaiitliorled by .Superintendent
Felix to say that teachers desiring to
apply for ceititlcates, should call on him
next Friday ami Saturday.
The Hartford MuuK has received a
largo amount ofullvcr from tho lT. S.
Treasury, and thocu desiring change
can now be accommodated.
Williams MroH. liavo two Ill-bore,
for salp, $IU each. Twenty lirass
shells go with each gun without extra
Dr. (leorgu K. StowerH, the HockjMirt
dentist, Is at MrH. Vaughl's, where he
will remain u few clays. 1 k has a suitable
room and is prepared to do any
mid all kinds of dental work.
The big opeiiiu hall of the season
will Iki given nt Dawson next Friday
night, the nth lust. Great preparations
have been made, and no doubt It will
be u very clntslo mid enjoyable occasion.
, Now that a July sun Is beginning to
harden the roads, wo hear no more talk
of street cars, plank roads, or turnpike
loads. Winter Is the time Ifor that kind
of gas. Mud two feet deep Is very productive
of road eloritioiicu.)
The Hartford HouscKlias again
Aieuilisl operations us a hotel, owing to I
the Illness ol the landlord, Mr. D. A.
Miller. It Is not known who will take
iMiarge, but It Is a goon location una
WII no clouiil Hi operated again stmn.s
Com'Bpoinlents will pleaso Ieiwo
of tho weather out of their
coiiimiiiilcutloiiH. This Is a klud of
liuws that overytsidy Is acquainted
with, and cannot interest readers by
rehearsal. Hoys, leavo tho weather
There could bo no more favorable
tlnio than the present, for tlm people of
Jlartlord to take somu action, looking
to a connection with the uutsldo world.
Street talk will accomplish nothing;
let us have a meeting at the court
house, exchange opinions, appoint it
committee ; let something bo done. A
committee to confer with Mr. C. V.
'Huntington and put the facts properly
beforo that gentleman, would be it step
lu the riglit direction, ami would very
urobably be it successful one, at any
rate It would cost very little to make
tliu effort. A representative of Mr.
Huntington could be Invited to confer
with the principal property owners;
titich a conference would be very likely
to icHtilt favorably to the interest) of
Hartford and tlie raiuoan company.
Muster Cliarlvy Jiuriiftt, tliu uiloptotl
win of J. Wurri'ii Harnett, HiiMtalncil a
of tin' foroitnn lit Hit' elbow,
mi (hi1 Fair dnuiinl Siiliinluy, ly full
lll; from a )r Hoover, of
icilin'cil 1 1 it ilMiii'titiiiii, mill ('hurley U
now Milli'ilnu vciy little from Hit
At tii Omniy Court Mmiilny,
the will nUliu lull- 'A. Wiiyne (Iiillln
viinrrnil anil iiilliillliil to iroliiitc.
a few umiill liiilli'Mlc,llii) will j;Ivl'M
tin1 widow tin1 red ami porxonttl eatttti'
nl ilici'ilfiit. Tliu brqiii'iilliH
VViiync Jopllll hli ;nlil watch. To '.
Wtiyiu (lilllln .lr, In- oiie lialf
tliu ilrilK More at I he ili'iitli if tliu
Messrs. (Jeo. Phillips and Aleck Muy
are tho leaders of the tdrlni: land at
Sulphur Springs now, and they reiiderN
the most delightful music on every
occasion. .Mr. 1'hllllp", as a violinist,
has verv few Mllieilorn. mid he lilves
that touch mid tone tlmtjbrllls and ciil
trances all who IIMeu. He is never Will
of humor, always willing to play, and
his musical genius In the delight of all
who visit the Springs.
We regret to announce that Itev.
Omi, C. Wtildlug l at this time Miller-
lug Intensely Iroiii u carbuncle on his
neck ami a large abcess In his throat.
Dr. S Ii. Merry informs us that lu opened
thunbeess twice. The Mev. gentleman
is alsosiillerlng from neuralgia In
his Jaw ami the side of his head. He is
ill it very critical situation, but was resting
easy at last account. Dr. Merry
entertains hopes ol his early recovery.
The county candidates held high carnival
nt the court-house last Monday.
At the conclusion of Judge Montgomery's
seech, the home team went to
the bat. Tim Prohibition boys struck
out after a Hue eltort to show pluck.
The Mcnubllcati nine went to the bat
with confidence, and but for the masterly
eltort of Mrooks, .cadi would
have been whitewashed. The other
teams couiMirted themselves well, with
some good striking, no end of mull's,
ami an occasional home run; the game
closed for the day. The gate receipts
were iuplguiflcmil and the boys looked
The dance ut Sulphur Springs hint
Saturday night was cpilte nil enjoyable
and successful allalr. There was :t
large attendance, a superabundance of
refilled pleasure, ami every one seemed
to enjoy themselves hugely. The dances
at Sulphur Springs arc always enjoyable
and nice, and when one goes
there they need expect nothing else
but a pleasant time. Hereafter there
will ben dance there every Wiiluesilny
and Saturday night, and as the season
is now open, the Springs will he cpilte
n favorll.t summer resort. Mr. mid
Mrs. Dave Morton, who conduct tho
hotel, are ever courteous and kind, ami
know Just how to make things pleasant
fol their guests
If j on want to improve your health
and combine and comfort at
the same time, you should visit the
Arcadia Houe, at Dawson Spring",
this year. It Is a famous summer resort,
and there you will find pleasure
and fun of every variety. The grand
Arcadia is an elegant hotel lu every
way, provided with every convenience
mid comfort imaginable, and the charges
are very moderate. The health-giving
mineral water tho well being
within a few feet of the House Is unsurpassed.
' You can spend a few days
there fraught with so much health mid
pleasure that you will never forget It
The elegant dancing hall, entrancing
music, Hue promenades, large throng
of people from all parts of the world,
help to make a list of attractions that
aru hard to surpass. See .their advertisement
elsewhere hi the Hmt.vi.D. ii
I'mi on Uiu I'ulr ClrmiiHls.
The gathering at the fairgrounds last
Saturday was estimated to be not less
than 2,600 persons. Tho concourse
seemed to be in good spirits and spoiling
for fun. Tho singing was really delightful.
WHde Tlchenor Is happy. The
cane Just fits him, and ho wears It
The West l'olnt class covered themselves,
with glory, and when they left
for home their bursts mid buggies weru
covered with blue rihlxuiH. And then
there were the classes from Sunny
Dale, Meda and No Creek, who sang
well and added to the Interest of the
occasion, mid wo hope that long befoie
they nied one to support their faltering
stops, each of their leaders may
have a gold-headed cane. They deserve
The contest of the day was over tho
gold watch, which was won by Miss
Maggie Duke, of Sulphur Springs, ax
tho most popular young lady.
The pop-corn Imxch on wheels captured
the small boy. Tho Utile folks
had it big time, mid are all in favor of it
Hit of July once it week.
Tho balloon came down. A little
boy climbed upon tho fence to witness
the sleht. the fence gavo way, tho
small Uiy stood on his head mid beheld
tho balloon come clown.
Machinery unit l.iimlier.
Wo aro ageiitH (or the (Jaar, Scott &
Co., engines, saw-mills, threshing machines,
clover hullers, and it general
line of farm machinery mid will gladly
mall circulars, price lists, &c, to any
parties contemplating buying. Terms
very liticriil and prices very low. Wo
tiro also dealers in doors, sash, blinds,
lumber, laths, shingles, mid nil kinds of
building material. Send for prices to
F, M. Joim.in & Mno.
10-:im Kll.abethtown, Ky.
Sim lu! Notice.
Wanted A few experienced
canvassers ami agents to handle our
Flro Kxtlugulsiers. Kxtra Inducements.
Address Tho Lewis Hand Fire
Kxtlnguisher Co., 2(15-6111 Ave. Chicigo,
All those who reported their schools
taught on May 1st or 16th, will pleaso
call mid get their money.
F. L. Fnr.ix, Supt.
I'll its river leu cciiiHtiintlv cfn
limul at tliu Kctl Front. Will
It nnywiicrc) in tvu IVco ('
ci i it 1(40.
Hon. R IV. left for Ciilliomi
Mr. J. Will Cooper ami wife, of
D.im, were In town lat Krltliiy.
Miss Josle Iiiiik, of Callioun, w
vlilt Mr. Cl.ireneo Hanlwlek this
Mi". N. 10. Montague an. I miii, of
Cromwell, were at the ('oiiiinerctal hotel
Mr. I. 1. Ilarniml, of the Central Tn-
bacco Warehouse, IiiiIhvIIIc, wu,s in
Mrs. It. A. I'atton will leavo for
'lexas, this week, to her
brother, Mr. H.I). Menuett.
Mr. Willie Crouse mid Mr. II. T.
And, Jr., of Kunttsvlllc, Daviess conn
ty, were hi Hartford last week.
Mrs. M. M. Cain mid Misses Alice
'anil Iiiiu Cain, of tho Clear Hun neigh
hoi hood, called upon us last week.
i'rof. J. 1). (.'row anil wife, of N'a
cogdoches, Texas, are visiting their parents
aud friends and will remain some
Mr. Jake Small, of the Trade Palace,
leaves row for New York City
and Saratoga Springs, to spend the hot
ML..- ri.l. .1 T ..I.. ltr..ll,,.H ...IlK
iiif..iu tuni nun unmci in
leave for Dawson to-morrow, and may '
visit Hurricane Springs, Teiin., before
i'rof. J. M. Ferguson, of Hanson,
Hopkins county. Is visiting friends and
relatives here, mid will remain two or
Mr. Clarence llaruett, of the tobacco
llrm ol Heliihart fc Marks, Ioiilsvllle,
Is spending a few days with Ills brother,
J. Ii. Harnett.
Prof. K. M. Coleman, of Liberty Hill,
Texas, Is visiting friends at his old
home, Ohio county, mid will remain
two or three weeks.
Mr. Oross Williams, wife unci
left for Hardlnsburg last Tuesday.
Mrs. Williams and children will remain
Mrs. Clarence Hardwlck, of town,
and Mrs. Kiln Stevens and her sister,
MIsh Donle Daniels, of Heaver Dum,
called at our olllcu lost week.
Mr. Ktigeno It. Pendleton, who Iiiih
been In the drug business In Cherokee,
Kansas, for the past 18 mouths, returned
home on the.'llltli lust.
Miss Lucy King, of the city, and
Mrs. Mlack, of Mt. Vernon, Iud., who
Is visiting Mrs. A. P. Hudson, called at
the HiutAi.iiolllce last Monday.
Mrs. A. 1'. Hudson, of town, Mrs.
Nancy S. King, Misses Lula F. nud
Mary M. Hayttes, of the vicinity, made
a pleasant call upon us last week.
Miss Corday Meeus, one of tho belles
of IjCHiisvHIc, ami Miss ICdiin Marks,
daughter of J. W. Marks, of the same
city, are visiting the family of Juo. L.
We learn that n party composed of
('apt. Dtvld Duncan, of ICchols, John
Dougherty, of Mockport, David Dun
can of MuHcnry, mid others intend
starting for Kansas the latter part of
Mr. C. M. Mrown, of Kills county,
Texas, called on us last Monday. He
left hero twelve years ago, it poor Isiy,
and by persistent ellort, sobriety and
economy has acquired it handsome
property. Mr. Mrown Is now a well-to-do
farmer. Hero Is another plucky
Ohio county boy.
Jri.Y 5, 16S0. Judge Iteid having
been duly cussed out of ordinary civility
into tho ermine, held his tlrst court.
He has the bald head ami can get his
feel reasonably high on an empty salt
barrel, but ho lacks in corpulency. He
can fatten on it pillow (or the present,
but ho will gradually work up to the
proper avoirdupois. Ho opened up at
1 o'clock and set the court to grinding
on it moderate docket. Two of Hurt-ford's
luminaries attended, namely :
Messrs. Glenn and Gully. Speaking of
lawyers reminds mo (now I don't mean
these two gentlemen remind me) that
homebody said 'during the late lamented
strawberry season : "Look out
ut this time of year for some hard Jokes
tired ut the farmers for selling strawberries
it sixth of rt tpmrt short, by
young legal luminaries, who sell the
farmers ten cents worth of so-culled
legal advice lor $5.00." Pretty tight,
Miss Julia Moore is visiting Mrs.
Keld, daughter of Mr. L. T. Iteid.
Mrs. Me Hageii mid Miss Alice Held,
formerly of this place, but now of Fulton,
Ky., are visiting friends here.
Messrs. Nat. Wise and Cash Witklln,
of Wnxahatchle, Texas, arrived here
last week on an extended visit. Texas
Is the grandest country in tho world,
nud they wouldn't llvu here if tliu state
were given to them, but I noticed they
eat some of the "silo" nud hugged tho
Hist poplar tree they found when they
jmtjiore, all the same.
Mr. I'prri I... 'I inlu.iinr linu liimii nu.l
-" " " "
slmicd a wisltlon hi tho tcleirranh olllco
Vtt Meitver Dam.
Miss Farmer, of Rochester, Is vlsltjiyf
her sister, Mrs. II, J. Young.
Misses Kate aud Maud Anderson nre
visiting Mrs. Meutly.
Mrs. Youngs, of Greenville, Is visiting
Mr. Milton Gibb's family.
Saturday evening ns Sanford Mrown
mid two other boys were coming down
tho railroad from Kehol's, where they
hud attended it they nitt some
negroes, and there wits snmo dispute
itltout tho right of way, which resulted
lu a brutal assault upon the crippled
boy. Ho made it plucky slash ut ouo
of them with his knife, but It Is reported
that another negro caught his
band while the other heat lilm over
tliu head with it club. Whoever was
to blame at llrst, theio can bend excuse
for tho manlier In which this crippled
boy was beuton, unci tho law ought to
meto out. ts severest penalty.
A remarkable case of incubation that
Won't intubate, Is going on here, buck
of Iteid, Had en & Co. 'a store, in n box
of'frult Jurt, supervised by it bob-tailed
hen with u red eye and it heap more
zeal than brains, This determined
hut misguided lien bpllt her nest iu
such it shape that eveiy egg rolled into
a liulf gallon glass jar. At flrat tho
seemed to both puz.lu anil embarrass
her, hut (the could see all the eggs,
anil at the proper time die began tliu
iniliimia duties of liiituliliii. Don't you
think hIio straddled that Jar without
rtln, sailillu or cruiier, heut on hatch-
In1,' ii iiimrt of canned chickens in spite
of the Jeers of the world and tho ills.
peiisaliou ol heaven. Now, of course,
there Isn't much of the grace of till
Aiiia.on, nor the dash of a cow-boy in
her ride, on the contrary It Is it silent,
meditative "so near, yet so far," sort
of ride; but It Is all with a devotion
anil faith worthy of it better cause. I
verily believe If that Jar were a
she would finally hatctd, but when
It comes to hatching hard, cold glass I
have my doubts, and I fear that ere
the sear-leaved autumn, a withered
bill, a few bones and it bunch of
jern, will tombstone her lolly.
P. S. Muck Deerlng and Mill D.tvls
were arrested charged with assaulting
Sanford Mrown, Saturday evening.
Their trial will take place to-day.
Haven't heard their side. All parties
are under age.
July 2nd. Wheat has all been harvested,
and not withstanding the
rain fall, is lu fair condition.
O.tts aro about ready for harvesting.
Mr. Jas. A. Park hud it colt which
fell and killed Itself while playing it few
Itov. John Ford, of No creek, preached
to a large and appreciative audience
ut Clear Ittiu last second Sunday, ut I
o'clock v. 31. He will preach there
again the second Sunday In this month
ut tho same hour.
Tho llevs. J). M. Voyles, of Hancock
county, nnd Hiram Chapman, of Cat-boon,
Ky., were present nt the regular
meetlug ol Harnett's Creek church lust
Saturduy anil Sunday. Dro. Voyles
uud wife were visiting the family of Mr.
Jonathan Hoover of Clear Hun, and
Mm. Chapman wus visiting the family
of his father, Dr. Chapman, of Waller.
Hlner Humphrey made his debut as
regular until carrier on the now mail
route from IJeda to Oweusboro, to-tiny.
Undo Sanimle Mills' funeral will
take place the 4th Suudny in July, at
Meunetts Creek church utll o'clock A.
M. The services will be conducted by
He vs. J. C. Btewnrt aud J. P. Nelson.
Mr. G. W. Taylor, who last year suffered
so severely of nu nlwcess, Is now
suffering of a second attack of the same
kind. A few days since Drs. J. E. Pendleton
and J. C. Hoover made nu Incision
ol the ubcess, uud Mr. Tuylor is getting
along nt this wrltlug as well as
could be expected, and cheering hopes
lire entertained of Ills recovery nt this
time. Dr. Hoover Is utteudiug Mr.
Miss Laura Brown's school closed
here lust Tuesday, nud tho patrons in
appreciation of the efforts which had
been put forth by Miss Mrown to advance
the pupils under her care, prepared
it sumptuous repast for her and
the pupils; they till marched two nnd
two to the table, nte nnd marched back
the same way and sung it song, after
which the guests wero Invited to dine,
ilelow Is it programme of the evening's
exercises : A Welcome, hy Kll.a Mart-
lett; Two Little Girls, by Cordle Mc
Coy ; The Meautlful, by Eliza McCoy;
A Small Hoy, by Ollle Morelatid ;
Mother's Gift, by Maud Uartlett ; What
I Live For, by Cora Snmuels ; Death of
tho Meautlful, by Toinmie Uartlett ; A
Meautlful Girl, by Lllllo Caloway ; To
the Wnve, by Etta Morelnud ; God is
Great and Good, by Ella Samuels ; The
Stolen Mitten, by Cordie McCoy ; The
Clillds Faith, by Florence Martlett,
Sowing and Heaping, by Artie Sam
uels; My Mother's JJible, by Leslie
Uartlett; A Dream, by Annie Mills;
A Little Girl, by Marshal Mills;
Chili! Remember, by Alfred
Mills , To My Teacher, by Mel vln Stew
art; The Flowers, by Llllle Caloway;
Adieu to Teacher nnd Schoolmates, bj
Annie Mills ; Separation, by Artie
Johnle Kirk had a speech also,
but I fulled to get the subject. To add
to the pleasures of tho affair, the young
ladies had the school-house decorated
with almost every conceivable vnrlety
of wild vines aud (lowers. Miss Mrown
left the neighborhood with the well
wishes of all. She taught a splendid
Hoitx. To the wife of J. T.Hoover
June HUli, u line girl, and to the wife
of J. H. Kirk, Juno 22nd, a flue boy,
weight 10 pounds. Dr. G. W.
More when it happens. Fii.om,
KoiTOit IIuitAT.li: Allow me through
your paper to return my sincere thanks
to Mrs. J. W. Ford ami others, for the
many nice bridal presents received.
They aro greatly appreciated.
MllS. LONNIK HATCIIKIt.
Mr, Hopkins, of Muhlenberg, while
out hunting nu July 1st, injured himself
seriously, perhaps fatally. A car
tridge of the breech-loader which ho
Ihud misfitted ami Iu the effort to ad
just It properly it exploded, and recoil
ing struck him on the cheek tearing it
fearfully. At lust accounts he was resting
Ml (liliMiu Speiik.
To my many friends lu dlflorent portions
of the county who have prollered
me their kiud support lu the canvass
for tho ofllce of County School Superintendent.
I return my sincere thanks,
uud will try to see you at the different
points before tho August election, and
will duly notify you of my coming.
Doha E. Giilson.
Go to King's
And get you a new
buggy. He will sell
you one for less money
than it can be
bought for anywhere.
See the new style
oriental beige lace at
(I.C. Weililliii; Set Apurl lii the I'nll Wnrl;
r tin- Mlnlstr) A C'iiiiim II iiml
l'llitirj r llilitll In
st... Inn In llaitri'inl.
Pursuant to a cull of the Hartford
Mnptlst Church, a council and presbytery
met at the Maptlst church In Hartford
at 10 o'clock A. M., Wednesday,
JunellO, lhbd, for the pursjsu of examining
Geo. (!. Wedding in regard to his
christian experience and call to the
ministry, ami for the purpose, If found
worthy, or ordaining him to the full
work of the gospel ministry. The
church was called to order by the pastor,
Itev. J. S. Coleman, and the church
clerk being absent, W. F. Gregory was
appointed clerk jtro tan.
Tho following members from sister
churches were received and invited to
sit hi council with the Hartford church.
Mi:AVi:it Dam P. 1'. WnUter, Remus
Si.atv Taylor, F. M
Taylor, A. D. Taylor.
Walton's Chi'KIC Alfred Ashby.
WlM' Pl'OVlDKNCJK A. P. Muddox,
Itevs. D. J. K. Matldox, E. H. Maddox,
H 1'. Mrown.
Mr. Pliiasaxt Mev. II. C. Friunan
Mi;i.L's J. S. Taylor.
Mr. Caiimi:i. Mev. J. S. Coleman, J.
P. Coleman, J. S. Field, E. J. Maddox,
J. Mlair, S. M. Mozarth.
Walnut St., Owi:.mioko Mev. W.
Flitsr CiiUltcjil, Owiixsiioito Rev.
Ii. F. Swindler.
Mt. Zion Rev. S. D. Morgan.
Rot'Kl'OHT Rev. J. T. Casebier.
WiiiTia villi: Jumes Pate.
SoUTHA.MlTO.V Win. Hell.
Woodwahd'h Vali.kv Rev. R. A.
Slovens, W. H. Ticheuor.
The presbytery was composed of the
following ordained ministers: J. S.
Coleman, D. J. K. Maddox, E. II. Maddox,
J. T. Casebier, C. Crow, H. F.
Swindler, J.S Tuylor, H. P. Mrown, J.
On motion of S. W. Anderson, of
Hartford, the council and presbytery
wero received by the church and the
candidate for ordination was turned
over to the presbytery for examination
and ordination, if found worthy.
On motion of Itev. M. F. Swindler,
Rev. J. S. Coleman wus elected moderator
nnd W. F. Gregory, secretary.
On motion of Rev. D. J. Maddox,
Revs. J. S. Coleman, E. II. Maddox
uud J T. Casebier were appointed Committee
on Arrangements aud Order of
Tho deacons of Hartford church were
iippolutul Committee on Divine Worship.
The candidate, Geo. C. Wedding, related
his christian experience and call
to the ministry, which, ou motion of
Rev. M. F. Swiudler, wus declared satisfactory,
and his examination on
doctrine wus ordered The examination
wus commenced by the moderator,
aud at 12 o'clock M. tho council
adjourned till 4 v. m.
At. 4 1. M. council met, aud Rev. U.
F. Jenkins was enrolled us a member
of tho piesbytery, and T. S. Jett, of
.ion church, a member of the council.
The Committee on Arrangements
nnd Order of Exercises reported as
1. Examination of candidate to be
resumed aud concluded at evening
2. Preaching at night as per reiwrt of
.'!. 0 o'clock A. M., July 1 ordination
4. Fellowship to the cuudidute by
church and council.
6. Charge to candidate, Rev. D. J. K.
0. Presentation of Mlble, Rev. E. H.
7. Charge to the church, Rev. J. T.
8. Address, Relutlon of the World to
the Gospel Ministry, Rev. M. F.
0. Delivery of credentials. Rev. J. N.
10. Ordination sermon, Rev. U. F.
11. Heuedlctlon, Rev. H. P. Brown.
Tho report wus adopted anil committee
preachiug at night, by Itev. M. F.
The examination of candidate ou doctrine
wus resumed hy the moderator.
At the conclusion of the examination,
ou motion of Rev, Jl. F. Swiudler, It
was declured satisfactory and the ordination
of the candidate ordered.
Ou motion of Rev. J. T. Casebier (ho
council iidjourueil till 9 o'clock A. jl,
TIIUHS11AV, JULY 1, IBM).
Tho council uud presbytery met at
0 o'clock A. m,, pursuant to adjournment,
unci tho ordination ceremonies
were conducted In the following order :
Rending from the Mlble, by Dr.
Ordination prayer, Rev. J. S. Taylor.
Imposition of hands, hy the presbytery.
The hand of ministerial recognition,
by the presbytery, unci of chrlstlun fellowship,
by the congregation, wus extended
to tho candidate.
Rev. D. J. K. Muddox delivered the
charge to the candidate.
In the name of the church Rev. E. H.
Maddox presented the candidate with
a Bible, it gift from the Ladies Society
of Hartford Maptlst Church.
Rev. B. F. Jenkins addressed the
congregation on the Relation of the
World to the Gospel Ministry.
Rev. J. N. Jurnagiu, ou behalf of the
council ami church, piesented tlm candidate
with his credentials us it minister
of the gospel.
The Rev. B. F. Swindler preached
tliu oidiiiatlou tcrmou from 1st Cor.,
2d cliup., 2d verse.
The minutes weru reud nud approved,
and after appropriate remarks by Dr.
Coleman, (ho council adjourned, Rev.
H. P. Brown pronouncing tliu
J. S. Coi.uman, Moderator.
W. F. GiiLcicmv, Sec'y.
MirtiS KltOM TUB OIUHNATION.
Tho ceremonies throughout were
Tho sermon ut night, hy Rev. B. F.
Jenkins, wus highly appreciated hy
those who heard It.
Tho Biblu presented wus a handsome
one and n credit to the Ladies Society
of the Hartford Baptist Church.
1'iuii of the ministers present
the duties assigned to him lu
a highly creditable manner.
Dr. Coleman presided as moderator,
and discharged his arduous duties iu
his able manner.
smith l.iiuiin .Vitle.
OAiivii.i.i:, Locian Co Kv., July2.
Since my last letter to the Hi:itALl,
I have been so "sorely ullllcted" even
as Job lu thotlaysof old, thai my
hits been hi a measure lim
ited, yet I Mud that the reputation of
South Logan for pietty girls Is an
altogether correct one. Il I as been my
pleasure to meet ipillea number of winsome
and talented young ladies of this
community, nud of one 1 will mako personal
mention, since I understand she
has been engaued to take charge of the
Art department of Hartford College for
the next scholastic year. The lady
to, Mls4 Emma Ryan, Is a daughter
of Georgo Ryan K"., one of Logan
county's most lullueiitlal citizens. She
Is u graduate of Franklin College, and
hits studied art, portrait painting, landscape
work, iVc, miller lof. dentin-mill
of Nashville, Tetiti. She has
taught foi the past four years Iu
College, Spencer, Teiin, She has
first-class recommendations from her
Instructors anil from the management
of the school iu which she ttuight. She
Is a cultured aud Intelligent young lady,
a skilled artist, ami the management ol
Hartford College are, to be congratu
lated in securing the services of one so
proficient iu her department.
John Rhea's chances fur the nomination
iu this Congressional district, ure
thought to be more certain since the
Hon. H. II. Sklles has announced himself
us a candidate for the "honors."
But when Congress adjourns and the
i'enial, pleasant countenance of Judge
Halsell is seen again uinong his friends,
the other aspirants will find they have
it hard man to heut,
I will attend the Stute Teachers'
at Louisville ou the 7th, 8th
nud !)th Inst., and will write you concerning
the work (?) clone hy that
august body, unless the genial Judge
O'Flaherty, to whom the (cachets of
Ohio county owe much for his iuterest
lu school work, be there. In that event
to his facile pen will I give the pleasure
of "writing up" tlio situation. H.
It Is True,
ritiiwlliiy Green Democrat.)
Of all the railroad magnates C. P.
Huntington is unquestionably the most
useful. He Is not merely n dealer Iu
stocks but bus been u railroad bulldei
and has never employed his means (o
break down (rullle over nny roail In order
to buy it, but has steadily worked
to Increase the business of ull lines under
his control by legitimate methods,
such us building feeders and extensions
and stimulating the trudo of the country
through which his Hues run by fair
freight rates aud ull other inducements
calculated to increase the business of
tliu road!. We need more Hunting-tons
and fewer Goulds.
New Line iiml l'rlres.
A stugo will leave Hartford at 10
o'clock A. M. daily except Sundays for
Beaver Dam, Cromwell, Morgaulowii,
To Morguulowii $2.25
A stage will leave Hartford for Beaver
D.nn ut 12 o'clock dally.
To Beaver D.nn, S .CO
Central City LOO
Louisville, 3 00
17tf John S. Vauout, Prop.
FOR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS UPRIGHT
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Anderson's Bazaar offers
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The instrument has been
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S. IT. Anderson.
Everybody to know
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W. T. King has just
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A job lot of slip
pers from Stevens
broken kid, kid lined,
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offered for a
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Bargains in white
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WE HAVE OPENED UP A LARGE STOCK OF
BOOTS, SHOES ANT HATS,
BEAVER DAM, KENT'CKY,
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REGARDLESS OFTHE VALUE OFGOODS
"WE XIIjXj HAVE A2ST
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DAWSON SPRINGS, HOPKINS COUNTY, KY.
FARE, ROUND TRIP, FROM BEAVER DAM, $2.50.
HKHl'Ml'ItlNGH tiro Kltuuti'il illicitly on tliu Clir.toiike,01il nutf Southwestern mil-limit,
f" lftlinllei wett of LoiiNvllliumcl 111 miles cunt of Tliuuiitiuul number of
vNllnrN to Diiwxnti Spring of Hiii witcritt July, lbJ.', from
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