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PUBLISHED KVKRY.FMDAY M0RNIK0
JO, B. HOUKHN, Editor and Proprietor.
Friday, Junius. 1S9.J.
Elerllon, Tiny it.
For Couuty Judge John P. Morton.
For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown.
For County Clerk D. M. Hocker.
For County Attorpey K. P. Ncal.
For Assessor N. C. Daniel.
For Jailer John V. illack. '
For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugli.
For Coroner G. C. Westcrficld.
Hartford A. S. Aull.
Rosine C. L. Woodward.
Ciomwell Jont B. Wilson.
Hartford Hosca Shown.
Rosine Thomas Allen.
Cromwell R. B. Martin.
TRACY & SON.
FOII J t!MJi; COtltT OF AlIKALtt.
We are authorized to announce
JudokB. I,. D. Gurrv,
Of Butler county, as a candidate for
the office of Judge of the Court of Appeals
from the Second Appellate District
of Kentucky, subject to the action
of the Republican party.
FOK (Ot.MY JI'DUK.
We are authorized to announce
E. T. Williams
As the Democratic nominee for County
Judge of Ohio county. Election,
November 6, 1S94.
Judoe Barr has decided the separate
coach law is an interference with
interstate commerce and consequently
The Central City 5im is the name
of a new paper published at Central
City by W. B. Barrett, formerly of
this county. Mr. Barrett is a thorough
newspaprer man and will imfke The
Sun a success. The first number
came out last Thursday morning.
Our County Committee has issued
a call to the Republicans of Ohio
County to meet in Mass Convention
in Hartford, Ky., on Saturday, June
23 for the purpose of selecting
delegates to the Congressional conven
tion to be held in Lebanon, Ky., June
27, and to the Appellate Convention
to be held in Leitchfield, Ky., July
18, This is a proper action oi our
committee and we would uige every
Republican, in the county to ho
An important event in tlio educational
history of Ohio county is the
opening of the Beaver Dam Summer
Normal next Monday, Prof, tu Kay
has put into active operation the the
ory so long held by many that a Normal
at either Beaver Dam or Hartford
would not only pay the principal but
would be of great benefit to the teach
era am1 through them to the
Prof. Ray is one of Kentucky's
ablest and most successful teachers
and any who may desire to attend
school during vacation can find no
better than the Rearer Dam Summer
Mu. C. R. Martin, Secretary of
the Hartford Commercial Club, is in
receipt of a very encouraging letter
from Hon. E. Bewloy, Master
Steamer Evansville. Mr. Bewley is
quite sanguine of success in the mat"
terof securing Rough River navigation
at an early date. He aud others
arc assisting Capt. Daulley in ob
taming a smaller boat. In fact the
most influential parties connected with
the enterprise are doing all that can
be done to open navigation on Rough
River at the earliest possible time.
Mr. Bewley in his letter spoke very
favorably of putting in a temporary
dam at Ross1 Ripple so as to insure
navigation to Hartford on the lowest
Fordsville is by no means decreasing
in interest. She is btill on.,thc
busy march to success, mounting onward
and upward as time admits.
A Sunday School was organized at
the Christian Church last Suuday
afternoon, with Miss Alice Brown as
Superintendent and Dr. Ed Ford
Assistant Superintent and Miss Sallie
Brown Secretary. There was quite
a large crowd in attendance and much
Mrs. Bettie Loyd is spending a few
days with relatives at Horse Branch.
Rev. Ashcraft, pastor of the Christian
Church, and wife, have moved
into our midst.
Master Willie Graves, of Horse
Branch, is the guest of Mr, Simon
Misses Clara and Ava Davidson
have returned from a visit to Horse
Miss Florence Wright, who has been
confined to her room with malarial
fever, is improving.
Miss Sallie Ford is in town the
guest of Miss Abbie Smith.
Miss Oma Smith entertained a few
of her many friends Monday night.
Miss Onida Reld spent several days
last week with relatives in Owensboro.
Prof. F. P. Stum and Mr, W. S.
Gaines, wbobave been in Hartfordsev
cral days, returned to their homes
Mrs. Helen Walker spent Saturday
with friends in the country.
Mr. T. F. Brpwn is on the sick
Mr. Steve Jones is visiting his
mother in English, Indiana.
Madam Rumor says that Dr. A.
Jones, of Deanefield, makes regular
calls on Walker Avenue.
Rev. B F. Jenkins filled his regular
appointments here Saturday and Sunday.
Quite a number from here attended
Decoration services at Rosine Wednesday,
and report quite a nice time.
It is with sadness that we note the
death of one of our citizens, in the
person of Mr, James Staples, who departed
this life June, ad, 1S94. Another
relic of the war is gone from
our midst. He leaves a wife and several
children to mourn his demise.
Success to The Rkpuhmcan.
U. AND I.
Nultlitir.NrliiK" t'iii Meeting.
Revs. J. W Bingham and D. F.
Kerr will hold a ten days meeting
at Sulphur Springs, beginning Aug
ust 10. This is desired as a starting
point for a regular camp ground. We
expectquitc a number to
wagons to this meeting as we
hav'nt a regular camp. We will
far as practicable for the women
and preachers to sleep in our
homes. Others to sleep in covered
wagons aud the tent. We will do all
we can to render all the comfort we
can to those present. Other preachers
have promised to help. Brother Pra
ttler will be present and have charge
of the singing.
We will do the best we can for any
and all at the hotel, if they will write
us before coming. A restaurant will
be on the grounds. This meeting
will be run strictly on a religious
basis. Everybody invited. Come
praying for a wonderful out-pouring
of the Holy Spirit upon the meeting.
J. B. Pbrrvmak, Pastors.
JV. F. Ford,
Report ol nnrlTord College.
Report ot the grade of the students
in the Collegiate Department of Hartford
College and Business Institute
for the term ending June 1, 1894:
Hardin Craig 99, R. C. Jarnagin 97,
Silas Griffin 97, Ella Herring 96, T.
J. Morton 96, Alma Lyons 96, John
Henry Barnes 95, U. C. Barnett 95,
A. S. Bennett 95, R. A. Byers 94, E.
M. Morton 94, Emma Moseley 94,
Bertha Felix' 94, Rachel Sanderfur94,
II. H, Montgomery 93, Florence Morton
93, D. H. Howcrton 93, Laura
Morton 93, Lillie Thomas 93, John
II. Wood 92, Fannie Render 92, Mat-tie
Bennett 92,. Harvey Pruden 91, J.
Ham Barnes 90, C. H. Ellis 90, Sallie
Quisenberry 90, Myrtle Rowe 90, Lucy
Davis 90, Luie Sanderfur9o,Belle
Wocnier 90, A. P. Taylor 90, Alonzo
Rogers 89, Julia Thomas 89. J. C.
Barnard SS, R. L. Power 88, J. R. McAfee
87, Luac Stevens S7, Ada Jett
87, Bertha Brown 85, Bessie Williams
85, Georgia Hudson 85, V. F. Miller
85, Mamie Ross S4, Annie Fogle S4,
A. McDonald K4, Alice Loney 84,
Hubbard 83, Carrie Cox 83,
Birdie Lee Drake 83, Lulu Manzy 83,
Ella Cox 82, Mallie Stevens 83, Lula
Johnson 81, Ozna Shults 81, Jessie
Smith 81, C. L. Arraendt Si, Jennie
Quisenberry 81, J. L. Brown 80, A.
M. Smith So, Lee B. Mills 79, Gilla
Pierce 79, Emma Jett 78, Amanda
Story 78, M. H. Keele 77, J. C. Miller
76, Lola Stevens 76, J. F. Smith 76,
Etta Thomas 75, C. E. Ruby 75, J. A.
Westcrfield 75, Mary Smith 73, Fonzo
Herring 70, Robert McAfee 70, Berta
Morton 70, Mary Nail 70, O. G. Williams
67, J, W, Power 65, Mary Klein
63, Lillie Barnes 62, Edna Carson 60,
Ada Brown 58, Lillie McGee 57,
White 47 Bee Brown 47, Mary
Wedding 46, Z. Mauzy 46, H.
SueBowman 40, Wayne Grifiin38,Lena
Carson 38, Corinne Cox 35, A. O.
Bridges 25,Lyda Morton 25, Willie
Collins 20, Lawton Klein 15, Lulu
Miller 10, Clyde Wedding 9, Walter
Martin 5, Jesse Bean 3.
Hardin Craig 99, R. C. Jarnagin 97,
Silas Griffin 97, Ella Herring 96, T.J.
Morton 96, Alma Lyons 96. John
Henry Barnes 95, U. C. Barnet9S,
A. S. Bennett 95.
R. A. Byers 94. E. M. Morton 94,
Emma Moseley 94, Bertha Felix 94,
Rachel Sanderfur 94, H. II. Montgomery
93, Florence Morton93,D.H.
Howcrton 93, Laura Marton 93, Lillie
Thomas 93. John II. Wood 92, Fannie
Render 92, Mattie Bennett 92, Harvey
Pruden 91, J. Ham Barnes 90, C. H.
Ellis 90, Sallie Quisenberry 90, Myrtle
Rowe 90, Lucy Davis 90, Lizzie
Sanderfur 90, Belle Wcerner 90, A. P.
A Republican Convention is called
to meet in Hartford, Ky,, on Saturday,
June, 23rd, 1891, atone o'clock
P. M. to select delegates to represent
the Republicans of Ohio county in the
Congressional Convention for the 4U1
Congressional district to be held at
Lebanon, Ky. on June, 27th. 1894 and
the 2nd. Appellate district Convention
to be held at Leitchfield, Ky on
July 18th. 1S94.
All Republicans are urge J to attend
the county Convention.
By order of the County Ex Com. ,
June 2nd., 1894.
E. D. Gui'pv, Ch'm'n.
W. A. Gidson., Sec'y.
The Ohio County HftptUt prenehero
Will convene with Cool Springs
Church, Tuesday after the fourth Sun-
dy in July, beginning at 10 o'clock, a.
m., and continuing two days.
i. Can an unregenerated man repent
of his sins? J. S. Coleman. 2.
Heavenly recognition A. B. Smith.
3. The three rcssurrections D. J.
K. Maddox. 4. Duty of pastor to the
church J, T. Casebier and T, M.
Morton. 5. The Scriptural doctrine of
the final perseverance of the saints
G. W. Gordon. 6. What ought to bc
done with a church that promises its
pastor a salary and refuses to pay it?
j J. N. Jarnagin. 7. Best means to
support church growth II. P. Brown.
8. Arc the churches doing their duty
to the heathens? J. C. Davis and H.
M. Hampton. 9 The duty of one
called to the ministry Edgar Maddox
and Lowry Tichenor, 10. What
should we understand by the parable
of the Ten Virgins? T. II. Balmain
We hope for a full attendance of
ministers. Our meeting at Slaty
Creek .Church was a very successful
one. Cool Springs Church will spare
no pains to make the coming meeting
the most successful in the history of
the Institute. Cool Springs cordially
invited the session to meet with
them. Invitations from churches
for the following meeting will be duly
considered G. W. Gordon,
Chairman of Committee.
The regular meeting of Hartford
Lodge No. 675 F. & A. M, last Monday
night was quite a success. There
was work in the first and third degrees
and several visiting lodges were
represented. A. recess was taken at
9:30 and a nice lunch w.as served.
The following is a list of the visitors
Barker LoJge No, 129 West Point, A.
E.Burchiel and N. Anderson; Jo Ellis
Lodge, No. 473 Winfrey. Holbrooks
and Ed Field, Ceralvo Lodge No. 253
C. L. Woodward, S. L. Fulkerson, W.
P. Her and M. F. Herrel, Cromwell
Lodge No. 420, J. P. Miller, Shelby
Taylor, J. P. McKcnney; Rockport
Lodge No. 312; W. A. Bell, John P.
Benton, L. F. Herrel, O.I T. nines.
L. G. Haden; Peter Cairns, A.
Austin, L. Reid. '
The night was very pleasantly
spent and the guests expressed them,
selves as being highly pleased with
their visit. The Hartford brethren
hope they may come again.
Hartford Lodge will hold call meeting
next Monday night and Friday
night, the 22d.
The Masonic Barbecue at the Fair
Grounds on Saturday, June 23, promises
to be a grand success. Everything
will be iii readiness to entertain
several thousand people and they
will be on hand.
Cromwell Lodge No. 420, Beaver
Dam, holds its regular meeting" tomorrow
Hepnlillcttii Aiellnle DtNlfet Contention.
Monr.ANTOw.v, Ky., June 1, 1S94
Pursuant to an order of the Republican
District Committee of the
Second Appellate District of Kentucky
the Republicans of said District
are called to meet in convention
at Leitchfield, Ky., July 18, 1894, to
nominate a candidate for the Court of
The various counties of the District
are required to hold county conventions
aud send delegates thereto.
The basis of reprefentation shall be
one vote for each 100 or major part of
100 otes cast for Harrison in 1892
W. S. Taylor,
Ch'm. Rep. Dist. Com.
Second Appelate District. Counties
and their representation:
Allen, 10; Breckenridge, 12; Butler,
13; Cumberland, 9; Davis, 16; Edmonson,
6; Grayson, 12; Hancock, 6;
Logan, 18; Meade, 4; McLean, 5;
Monroe, 11; Muhlenberg, 17; Ohio,
16; Simpson, 7; Todd, 14; Warren, 21,
Intermediate Department of Hartford
College, June 1, 1894.
Laura Morton, 75; Lillie Thomas,
76; Florence Morion, 92; Belle Woirner,
90: Juliet Thomas, 86; Alma Lyons,
86; Lizzie Stevens, 85; Bessie Williams,
93; Zella Nail, 71; Lizic
91; Dora Bell, 33; Mazie Thomas.
66; Lizzie Miller, 85; May Wester-
field, 75; Tillie May, 5; Ella Taylor,
S7, Lovie Johnson, 81; Bessie Fair, 86;
Nora Burton, 31; Lillie Burton 84;
Willie Campbell, 56; Charlie Grif-fin,
13; James Nance.so; Ike Sanderfur,
93; Murvin Pate, 80; Peril ie Casebier,
26; Ronda Miller. 77; Lyman Williams,
73; David Miller, 89; Ira Bean,
76; Eva Aull, 18; Guy Williams, 50;
Walter Pate, 96 Dit.ler Ralph, 62;
Eldred Pate, 60; Sam Cox, 43; Elvis
Send 12 cents in postage stamps
to 39 Corcoran Building, Washington,
D. C, and you will receive four copies
of Kate Field's Washington, contain
ing matter of special interest. Give
name aud address and say where you
saw this advertisement.
Ye Kdllor Complimented,
Among the many bright young men
who have recently come to the bar
here, perhaps none will take higher
rank than Mr, Jo B. Rogers, to whom
license to practice law was granted last
week. A man of fine moral sense
and splendid ability, Mr Rogers will
soon take rank among the leading
lawyers at the bar here. His political
opinions arc very bad, but aside
therefrom there is much to commend
him to popular favor. The Herald
wishes him much success.
On account of the recent cool spell
the crop seems to be on a standstill.
It is not growing fast aud a good
rain would be a great improvement
Mr. aud Mrs. Tilford, of near Cromwell,
visited Mrs. Chinn, a sister of
Mrs, Tilford, Saturday and returned
Sunday, intending to stop with
friends in Beaver Dam.
Mr. Charles Chinn and daughter
Miss Era attended the closing exercises
of the Beaver Dam School,
where Miss Lee Chinn, of this place
has been attending for the past three
months. She returned with them
Mr. and Mrs. lid Brown, Taylor
Mines, are visiting the family of Mr,
Mrs. Bell Bullock is ill at this
writing, also Mr. Joe Hill.
Little Debbie Taylor, is visiting
her cousin, Lclia Drake, near God-man,
Mr. T. R. Barnard made a trip to
Muhlenberg Sunday to sec his
mother, we presume.
Mr. A. C. Moorman received a
number of hogs aud cattle here last
Friday although the prices arc so low
farmers have to sell, B.
Melhoillm N Mutiny Nrhnol,
"Copy of Minutes of Methodist
Church South Sunday School, Hartford,
Ky., June 3. 1894.
Services conducted by Supt. Williams.
Opening song, No 742.
Oflicers and Teachers present, 10;
absent 4: scholars present, 74; absent
Scripture Lesson, Ex. 12 chapter,
Subject, "The Passover Instituted."
Golden Text: Christ our Passover
is Sacrificed for us." 1 Cor , 5 chap.
Weather bright and warm.
Cash on hand last Sunday, 11.34;
Collection to-day, S9. Total, 12.23.
Hartford College having closed last
week for the summer, vc miss quite
a number familiar faces from our
school this morning aud it is with
deep regret we strike their names
from oar roll.
1 We are glad to see James Thomas
with his class again. Jim has had a
' serious time of it for more than a
year, having been thrown from a
horse and badly hurt.
Misses Bessie Morgan and Belle
Rowe, of Greenville, who are visiting
j relatives and friends in Hartford and
in attendance at Commencement Exercises
of Hartford College last week,
are welcome visitors to our school
In the absence of Miss Isabelle Mellon
ry, Lula Johnson heard her class.
Prof. William Foster, B. D. Ringo's
class; Dr. Miller, Judge Morton's
class, and T. J. Morion, his own and
Prof. Foster's class consolidated,
Mr. Clayton Sutton of the Duke
neighborhood is a visitor this morning
in Judge Morion's class.
Miss Anna Bean says she thinks
her class deserves personal mention,
as every member is present, and we
think so, too. The boys composing
her class arc little gentlemen and we
should loeto sec them present every
Miss Mabel Kimbley, of
again a visitor in Mrs Glenn's
Miss Carrie Cox is a welcome visitor
in Mrs. Fogle's class.
Glad to note the presence of Hon.
John J. McIIcnry this morning after
a long absence.
School closed bj' singing No 861.
Decoration Day, Avery Byers Post,
No. 195, by order ol the Commander
will proceed to decorate some graves
at the old Daniel graveyard
and at the Smith graveyard, near
Olatou June the 30th. Everybody is
invited to attend and bring a
full basket of flowers, and also a full
basket ol dinner and stay all day and
have a good time. F. M. Piiarris.
As I have not seen anything from
our little town for so'mctimc I
thought I would write a few words.
Health is good.
Crops look well considering the
peculiarity of the season.
We are blessed with two flourishing
Sabbath. School in our community.
The Methodist school elected
J. B. Foster and Miss Lydia Ward as
delegates to the convention at Rock-
The Sunday School will not meet
next Sunday on account of Children's
Day at No Creek.
Some of our boys cast their lot in
the wheel of fortune last week the
teachers examination and from what
we can learn they have not much
faith in the old wheel. They are
afraid it will turn out like everything
else under this Democratic
Malaria is one of the most insid
ious of health destroyers. Hood's
Sarsaparilla counteracts its deadly
poison and builds up the system.
All persons having claims against
the estate of John C Townsend, deceased,
arc requested to produce the
same properly proven to the undersigned,
and all persons indebted to
the estate of John C Townsend, deceased,
arc requested tocome forward
and settle the same at once.
J S R Wkddino, Adm'r.
Hartford, Ky.,June7, 1894.
Brother Unlie Kxpreii Ilium fir.
Baizutown, Ky., June 6. Times
hard, money scarce, wool low, wages
nothing and the people hard up; but
as Abe Lincol n freed the colored
people, we find that Grover Cleveland
aud his free trade policy has
freed the people of the United States
from labor. Wages are so low under
this administration tint the people
who have to labor for support of self
and family cannot get a support from
their labor and we find nothing in the
Democratic party that shows a
remedy; we find nothing in the
People's Party to eradicate these
obstacles to progress. We further
find that every private pension bill
that is taken from the calendar and
put upon its passage and come to a
vote that the Democrats and Popu1
lists voting against the bill. ' I
The People's party reminds us of
a fireplace full of rousted chestnuts
and the Populists representing n cat's
paw used by the Democrats to rake
the chestnuts from among the hot
embers. The big men of the Democratic
party capture all the chestnuts
and the smaller ones are left without.
Dear brother Democrats wc love
you aud it grieves us to sec you
treated to. We hope you will come
this fall and vote witti the Republicans
aud help us redeem the country
and State, for we know that the
county is in debt and cannot pay out
without taxing each voter $8 or $9
in addition to the present levy.
Now voters ol Select Precinct come
out aud cast your vote for the Republican
ticket and let us get out of debt.
Like Butler county, we can if we will
elect a full ticket of Republicans.
Now boys there is but one Usue
between two old parties and that is
free trade aud ragged clothes, nothing
for wheat we raise, that is what the
Democrats want. The Republicans
want protection to the American
If you want free trade vote for the
Democrats and keep them in power
I and you will get it. If you want pro
tection vote the Republican ticket
and you will get it, nud moreover you
will get 24 cents for your wool instead
of I2i cents.
Old soldiers cannot nfllml to vote
with a party that is doing all they
can to rob thciu of their pensions they
to honorably earned in the dirk days
of 1861-63. We find some otd soldiers
voting with a puty that is
fighting their interest ami have never
gotten their eyes opened
J. II. Baii;.
The Republicans of Magan and
Heflin voting precincts are requested
to meet at their respective voting
places on Siturday,June i6,to select a
committeeman to represent them in
the couuty executive committee.
By order oi the Ohio county Republican
E D GW'FY,
W A Girson, Chairman.
Ilnrf Comity Itentibllrnti.
The Republicans of Hart county
met in convention at the court
house in Mumfordville, Ky ,on Monday,
June 4, 1894, J. II. Compton was
! elected chairman and George Stewart,
secretary. The object of the meeting
being explained, on motion Virgil
Stewart, T. W. Slaughter, Col. Jesse
t r..i,i.i. r..t... n wr. i
Capt J. B. Morris were apjointcd on
resolutions and reported the following,
1st. Wc, the Republicans of Hart
county, in convention assembled do
affirm aud declare our attachment to
the principles of the Republican party
as set forth in its national platform
1S92 and we cordially endorse the
administration ot Benjamin Harrison,
late President of the United States,
and further we condemn the courac of
the present Democratic administration
and the policy of the Democratic
2d. We approve the call for the
convention to nominate a Republican
candidate for Congress in the Fourth
Congressional District and apjoint
the following delegates to the conven
tion to be held at Lebanon, Ky., on
the 27th diy of June, 1894; V. B.
Craddock, W. D. Brownlee, H. A.
Laflcrty, J T. Dele vers, Dora Smith,
J B. Duggins, George Stewait,
Patrick RumIi, William Chatten, II,
C. Martin aud all other good Republicans
of Halt couuty, without instructions
for any candidate.
3d. That copies ol the proceedings
of this meeting be sent to the Louisville
Commercial, Glasgow Republican,
Hahti'okd Rki'IMmcax and nil
Republican papers in the Fourth District
for publication which on motion
were adopted and the convention adjourned.
J. H. Com pros,
Gi'.o Stewart. Chairman.
Judge C. W. Massie, of Owensboro,
and Mrs Millie Ralph, of this place,
were married at Cannellton, Iud., last
Monday evening. The contracting
parties are very popular in this county,
where the groom was County
Judge for eight years and was a resident
ot Hartford until a few months
ago when he moved to Owensboro to
practice law; and his bride had been
living here for several months. She
is a sister ot Mrs C P Westerfield and
Mr C II Hoover of this city. Tn
RwuiiMVAN together with their many
friends wishes them much pleasure
and prosperity through life.
Circuit Court .otr.
Com'th vs. C..O. & S W. railroad,
failure to provide water closets at
depot, two cases confessed judgment
and fiued $100 in each case.
Com'th vs. I: A. Tilford, unlawfully
selling liquor confessed judgment
and fiued $100.
A. F. Sutton vs. Woodford Grier
judgment for defendant.
John Ashby vs. N. N. & M. V.
Compiny judgment for plaintiff for
B. J. Taylor vs. Mary Like judgment
for plain till for $5.
C. L. Field vs. C E. Miesse Company
judgment for plaintiff for $60,50.
J, A. Thomas vs. Win. Lyons
judgment tor plaintiff for $70,
J, B. Rogers was granted license to
MM of f.i'lterM
Remaining in the Hartford Fostoffice
which if jiot called tcr in 30 days will
be sent to the dead Utt:r ofllce: Mr.
J, M. Bishop, Mr. Frank Boyd, Mr,
James Blacklock, Elbert Cordeu, E.
R. Cobb, Mr. Willie Hudson, Charlie
Hudson, Mr. J. Smith, Mr, Quint
Taylor, M. S. Williams, ' Miss Amy
Blacklock, Mrs, Darrick, Miss Kate
ftenney, Miss Manole, Miss Emma
Nail, Miss EUa Simms, Mrs. E.
Walker. W, II. GiUPfiN,
TTTIfcTIE: litis, 1834:,
AND.CCNT1NUING FOUR WEKKS.
The work will consist of Reviews
of the Common Branches, Discussion
of Methods, Lectures on Teaching
aud all points of general interest to
Teachers It is not designed only to
satisfy the wants of those preparing
to pass examination, but will be of
luteicst and profit to all expecting to
teach. It will also n fiord an excellent
opportunity to any desiring to review
for any course of
Our school oflu'ers aud patrons arc
demanding teachers ol enterprise and
profes.Motml Ideas, aud tho.se exerting
every effort to improve manifest to
E. R RAY,
June (1. Afcr quite an absence we
will send you a few items.
Farmers are quite busy pieparing
Miss Ida M. Smith has returned
from Indiana where she has been visiting
relatives lor some time.
Miss Bertha Riley and brother Gus
spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr.
The Sunday School at Alexander is
on a boom. We have the most interesting
school wc have ever had.
They contemplate attending the
Sunday School celebration which will
be held at No Creek next Sunday.
Miss Gertrude Mills is visiting
friends at Stanley aud I Libit, I) mess
Mr Sam Lake, Hartford, spent Sunday
evening in Kiuderhook.
There were quite 11 number of people
attended the church dedicatiiou of
the Rocky Valley Church last Sunday,
dinner on the ground, and alt spent a
The good people of the Washington
neighborhood know how to m ike all
have a pleasant time. '
Mr. I). MiIW was in Kiuderhook
Sunday, he seems to be quite lonely
Miss Inez. King and Virgil
No Creek, attended Suuday School
at Alexander Sunday evening.
Miss Lula Tanner has' rettuued to
her home above Hartford after a
wtek's visit to her sister, Mis. Allen
Miss Katie Coombs ami Mr George
Hickcy, oi the Victory neighborhood,
attended the church dedication
Miss Artie Bennett, Owensboro, is
the guest of Miss Mattie Chinn, Ik-da,
at this writing.
Moic when it happens.
IliiiMrN mill nnly IIouiI'n.
Are you weak aud
aud tired? Hcod's Sarsaparilla is
just the medicine you tucd to purify
and quicken your blood and to
give yon appetite aud strength. If
you decide to take Hood's Sarsaparilla
do not be induced to buy any
other. Any effort to substitute another
remedy is proof of the merit of
Hood's Pills ate the lcst
Fills, assist digestion, cure headache.
Try a box.
A Mother's Story
Her Boy's Suffering AfUr
Hood's Oavs Good Health and
"C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mmi
Hood's Sariaptrltla run done to much for
my boy that I with to uy a fw words prat
f this wonderful medicine. Clifford was very
III with dlpbtlterU and It left htm suffering with
HrlRht's disease. Ho was very weak, poor la
flesh and could hardly walk. Malaria fever
soon overlook him and together with trouble
with his liver,
He Was In Much Misery. 1
At last, almost drscoursged, I decided to havt
him try Hood's Barsauarllla. He lias takes
only a few bottles, and yet It has done him more
good than all the previous medical treatment
and medlelnsi combined. Ho has regained
strength and flesh aad looks quite healthy. II
will always give us pleasure to tell others what
ft valuable medicine ts Hood's Barsaparllla.'
Mas. 0, W. Maklbtt, Carrollton, Kentucky.
N. B, If you decide to take Hood's 8arsap
rllla do not be Induced to buy any other. 1
HeeeJ'S) Pm sure liver Ills, Jaundice, bis
the people that they are worthy of
Do not dccicvc yourself by concluding
you can review at home; all who
have tried such work will testify to
its great disadvantages aud most
probable failure. We remember best
what wc study for recitation nud discussion.
The advantages to be derived
ftom exchange of ideas, mind
coming in contact with mind, and a
general discussion of questions are
Excuses very low, Tuition for
Term, f 00; Board, $9.50; Entire
Expenses, $13 50.
BANK o HARTFORD
j Attho closo of Business on
j tbo 23d day of Docom
I bor, 1893.
Ixius and discounts, less
loans to Directors , , $63,304. 80
loaus to Directors (officers
not included ... . 406.00
Inanst to Oflicers 400.00
Overdrafts, secured . . . 1,937.35
Overdrafts, unsecured . 437.06
Due from Nat. Hanks . , 5,966.74
Due from Sl'e IIfks& il'k'rs 483.28
Hanking house and lot . . 3000.00
1 Stocks and Honds , , . , 1,341.67
Specie . I 2,718.78
I Currency 2,260.00
Kxchangcs for Clearings , 2,145.59
Other items carried as cash 1,367.49
Furniture nud fixtures . . 1,000.00
Taxes paid 145.97
Current expenses . . . , 1,088.50
Other assets, debts in suit 698.54
CapM stock paid in, in cash 530, 000. 00
Undivided profits ... , 7,418.97
Deposits suhjec to check (011
which in. is not paid . 56,069,79
Due National Itanki. . , . 81,63
Due Stite banks aud ban'is 131.38
Statu ok Kkntuckv, )
Countv ov Ohio. Rw
Sam K. Cox, President of Hank of
Hartford, Ky., a Rank located and
doing business in the town of Hartford,
in said county being duly sworn
says that the foregoing Rejort i$ iu
all respects a true statement of the
condition of the said Hank atthcclose
of business on the 23d day of December,
1893. to the best of his knowledge
andbclicl; and further says that
the business of said Hank has been
transacted at the location named, anil
not elsewhere; and that the above report
is made in compliance with an
official notice received from the Secretary
of State designating the 23d
day of December, 1H93, as the day on
which such report shall be made.
Subscribed and sworn to before trie
by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of
Sam K. Cox, President,
J. J. McIIknky, Director,
JoiikC. Thomas, "
I. S. Coi.kman, " .
Q UAliTERLY ltEPORT
At the Close of Business on
23d day of T
Loans and Discounts, less
loans to Directors , .$54,127,50
Loans to Directors (officers
not included . ... 600.00
Overdrafts, secured , . . 1,41200
Overdrafts, unsecured . . 568.48
Due from National Hanks 15,759.11
Due from State banks and
Hanking house and lot , . t. 000.00
Other items carried as cash 50.00
Furniture and Fixtures . , 1,500.00
Taxes paid 134.05
Current expenses .... 1,768.56
Surplus lurid 5,250.00
Undivided profits , . . . 6,312,33
Due Dcpobitors 48,830.36
DueSt'te banks&St'te b'k'rs 50.98
Statu op Kentucky, )
County op Ohio. ) M
John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver
Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located
and doing busine3 in the town of
Beaver Dam, in said county.being duly
sworn, says that the foregoing report
is in all respects a true statement
of the condition of the said bank at
the close ot business on the 23d day
oi December, 1893, to the best of his
knowledge and belief; and further says
that the business of said bank has
been transacted at the location
and not elsewhere; and that' the
above report is made In compliance
with an official notice received from
theSecretnry of State, designating
the 23d day of December, 1893, as the
day on which such report shall be
Subscribed and sworn to before me
by John H. Barms, the 30th day of
December, I893, Shrlby Taylor,
Dcp. County Court Clerk.
I. P., Hazard, President.
R. P. IIockkr, Director.
Jno. H. Barnks, "