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. 80 Frieods of HaQoVer College. '
DEA}: Buo'rnnn:—’The Alumni Association of Hanover College, at their
. Annual Meeting in June, 1883, determined to co-operate with the Board of
'l‘rustees in raising $75,000 additional endowment. The Association specially re-
solved to raise the sum of $25,000. to be known as “The Sturgus and Thomson
Memorial Fund,” for the endowment of an Alumni Professorship. Several
classes immediately pledged certain sums toward this object; nearly all of which ‘
' pledges have been redeemed within the past year.
The following table, giving the classes, the names of tlie donors, with the
amount paid by each one, shows what has been done already for this object: _ _
(,ILASS. NAME. AMOUNT.
1836 ' S. F. Morrow, . . . . . $5 00
1837 James A. McKee, . . . . 500 00
18-14 George J. Reed, . . . . 500 00 ,
I 1848 John C. Caldwell, . i . ~ . . 10 00
. 1853 Lewis I. Drake, . . . . 5 00 i
“ J. B. Garritt, . . . . 125 00
“ S. F. Scovel, . . . . . 500 00
“ \Villiam Thaw,
\ secured by Dr. S. F. Seovel, . 1,000 ()0
1854 Robert A. Johnston, . . . 50 00
y 1855 A. C. Voris, . . . . . 1,000 00
- “ A. N. Snoddy, . . . . . 15 00
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Carried over, . . . . $3,710 00

 CLASS. NAME. AMOUNT. ' the efficiency of the College. If you can not yourself give, will you not use
Brought forward, . . . $3,710 00 your influence to secure gifts from others? All sums procured in this way will
1860 James \Vilson, . . . . 10 00 be credited to the class of which you are a member. Every class can do some-
1864 Peter H. K. McComb, . . . 10 00 thing, and before publishing our next circular we hope to have every class on
1867 Alexander S. Peck, . . . 200 00 I the roll.
1872 Ezra D. Clarke, paid by his father, About 840,000 of the $75,000 which the Board determined to raise has
John Clarke, of Franklin, . 100 00 been secured in cash and substantial pledges.
1872 M. C. Garber, . . . . . G5 00 The past year was one of the most prosperous in the history of the Col-
“ W. F. Gilchrist, . . . . 14 00 lege. I’lanorer College has no debts. She is liring, and intends to lire, strictly within
“ Henry Johnson, . . . . 66 00 1101' income. For over tifty years she has been doing :1 grand work for the Church
“ Joseph \V. Mann, . . . . 15 00 and the world, and she is here to slay!
“ S. N. \Vilson, . . . . . 75 00 In order to do more effective work the College needs two additional Profes-
“ W. J. Johnson, . . . . 75 00 sors and a Principal for the, Preparatory Department. The means to provide
“ Henry Pettibone, . . . . (i0 00 them is in the hands of the friends of Hanover, and we believe will be fur-
“ D. HaStapp, . . . . 75 00 nished.
1874 George Ernest, . . . . . 25 00 V This circular is sent to the Alumni, to former students, and to other friends
1876 John 11. Bright, . . . . 50 00 of Hanover College. “'c ask a careful consideration of its contents. “110 gives '
“ \V. A. llunter, . . . . . 100 00 mice 10110 gircs quickly.” If God has blessed you with wealth, can you use it
1878 Cash, . . . . , . 50 00 more efficiently for his service than in building up (‘hristian Colleges? Such
1383 Cash, . . . . . . . 10 00 colleges ever have been, and always will be, the strongest safeguards of the
The following sums have also been given to the Alumni Professorship: Church: Give your money beforeyour death for the object to which you
Dr. J, G. Monfort, ' . " . . $1,000 00 desire it to go, so as to have the enjoyment of seeing the Lord’s work prosper-
Hon. \V. M. Dunn, . ' . . 4 1,000 00 , ing by your aid. 1311th for yourself, or for some relative, a monument at Han-
Hon. J. L. \Villiams, . . . . ‘ 100 00 over, which will send your name, and your influence for good, around the
Mrs. Sallie Donnell, . ' . ' 50 00 world and down the ages.
__ All money should be sent to Professor John F. Baird, Hanover, Indiana,
Total, . . . . . $0,860 00 who will acknowledge and give proper credit therefor.
llv order of the. Alumni Association, Hanover, lndiana, June 1], 1884.
The above table. shows what has been actually paid over to the 'l‘reasurer, ‘ ,
and is now part of the Endowment Fund of the College. ' ‘ .-\. C. VORIS, I
It is the desire of the Alumni Association to have. every class, and, if 1%. it. MONW’HtTI‘, » (r'mnmitfee. ‘
possible, every alumnus represented in this work. No gift will be. considered .lNO. F. lt.-Hill), i
too small. Every dollar given will add to the Endowment Fund, and increase

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. GOVERNMENT.

Our discipline will be mild, but STRICT. Each pupil will be under the immediate con-
trol of the faculty at all times during his attendance at the Institute, and will be required
to conform to such rules as may be prescribed. We shall endeavor to prepare our pupils

B: for REAL PRACTICAL life, and to make them ornaments for any class of society in which they
may be thrown. .
METHOD OF INSTRUCTION.

The latest and most approved methods of instruction will be pursued in all the de-
partments. While daily recitations will be required from the text books, we by no means
confine ourselves to AN Y ONE text book, but avail ourselves of all the opportunities within
our reach. It is strictly our purpose to keep fully abreast of the times in regard to every-
thing which will be advantageous to our pupils. '

FARMINGTON INSTITUTE COURSE or STUDY AND TERMS.
‘ ’ PRIMARY DEPARTMENT.
'"— ’ 0 °—'—‘ Spelling, Reading, Arithmetic (First Part), per month... .. $1 50
‘ This flourishing school is located at the enterprising village of Farmington, Ky., nine IXTERMEDI‘WE DEPARTMENT'
miles southeast of Mnyfield. Farmington is strictly a temperance town, situated in the Spelling, Reading, Writing, Geography (First Part), Phonic Spelling, Written Arith- .
midst of a fertile and healthful section of country: and being only a village, is free from all metre beglllli per inonth...... - - - - -- $2 (30
' the pernicious influences and “catch pennies” of larger towns. This town is also noted for The Sflme COIltlllub’di Wlth (xrammar “11d Anflli'SI-S 0f the EnghSh Langlmgc‘i per month $3 00
the peace and harmony which exists among its citizens, and for the unity of the people in I: HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT.
regard to school-work. ' . _ . . .
The Institute building is a fine two-story edifice, six rooms, containing two large halls, UllltECl States History, English Grammar, Arithmetic, Algebra, per month ...;. . . . . . .. am 00
each 65x25 feet, well furnished with everything necessary for rendering them comfortable. Higlieliggittlhematics, Ancient “"d Modern History, Greek, Latin, Book-keeping, per 1‘.: r0
Our school has no endowment, but depends on'its own merits for patronage and sup- "j 0
port. Our teachers are thereby caused to exert ALL their energies in order that entire sat- MUSICAL DEPARTMENT.
isfaction may be given. , 7, ,
‘ . . . . ~ nPano,Lmtaror0r an ermonth ......400
\\'e have a flourishing Sabbath school, which meets every Sabbath morning 1n the Lessons 0 1 Y g ’ p Cf
main hall of the Institute. It is an acknowledged fact by all who have visited the Sabbath ART DEPARTMENT. ,
school of the Furmmgton institute that it IS eclipsed by none. .It IS strictly non-sectarian 1 Drawing, with Pentagraph or System, per month $2 00
, in its teachings and exercises, and every method is used that IS conducwe to its success
and to the advancement and interest of its members. The average attendance has been Daily exercises in Vocal Music and Calisthenics, free of charge. _
about one hundred, and it promises to be much larger in the future. Such marked atten- ' 1n01d0"2&}f00ii’0”0““ " ‘ ' ' ' ' ' ‘ ' ' ' ‘ . - - - - . - . -- -- "0
tion manifested by officers, teachers and members cannot be excelled by any school. Tuition ““11 b0 011“.”ng from time Of entrance to 01958 0f term, except 1“ case Of Dm‘
Regular debating and literary societies are sustained throughout the year, thus afl'ord- tractcd sickness or specnil agreement. Payments required monthly. ’len per cent. de~
ing