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If You are Looking for
GLANCE ABOUT YOU
.l.Yli YOU WILL FIjYJJ THAT THE GOODS
FAIR BROS. & CO.
aiik MAiir. nv Tin; ni'.i.um.r. notmi: oh
SEWWELL, STRONG & WEAR
Who have oaruod a reputation by making tho best
garments in tho markot.
IwiTTbo lato deprcKaion has cause il n drop in prices nu theso goods. Tho
stock wo havo was mado oxpecting normal conditions. YOU got Hie honofit.
In one (Place You will see
Muu'a Suits that linvo heretoforo Hold fur 820, now-going nt SIR. Overcoats that
yon Raid were worth 310, now Bellini; for $' ntid 81.
In Another (Place You ivill see
Hoy's Knits at just two-thirds what you paid for them last winter, Tho wear is
in them, but tho price has vanished. .Suits that worn selling last year for 38 aro
now going for $.1.
And (Besides These
We have a splendid lino of Hoots, heavy Sho' IllankrU and Comforts that go
at prima cost. Hon us for big Bargains.
Hartford Temple of Fashion
FAIR (BROS, fr CO., Proprietors.
lleuver Dim Itnll itonu Time Table:
No. 8 Limited lispress
J'o. 6 rastenxer and Mall
No. u (.oral VrelKht . .
No. 7 Limited lispress . . , .
No. j passenger ami Mall .
No. II Local I'relght ....
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I 4 r. M.
6 JO A. M.
1 1 j; r. m.
O. V. It. a. IU It. It. TIUK TA1II.K.
Leave Hearer Dam , 341 A M,
Atflve Owensboro 77 M-
Leave Heaver Uam 134 F.H.
Atrle l'ordllle J:iJP M.
Arrive )cntoni SJS "
i For a shave, shinglo or shampoo, go
to II. C. Pace, ono of tho best harbors
in Western Kentucky.
For all kinds of Leather, Shoo Find-lings,
Tacks, Hazor Strops and Cut Half
Solos, go to Schapmiro.
I Mrs. Joel Hamilton, Sulphur Springs,
lost her honso and contents by firo on
Monday night, tho Sflth nit.
Dr. O. W. Folix has located at Ola-ton,
this county, and will practico his
profession thero in tho future tf
i A fow odd sizes of mens and boys
Boots going nt cost to closo them out
at Schapmiro'H. Call and get a pair.
Horn, to tho wifo of Jesso W. Toylor,
of Wosterfleld, tho 27th nit., a girl.
Dr. J. 0. Hoovor attending physician.
-.. ' 'no 'ra0 uflH i,,8t como when ovcry.
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IllmfOtU WCClUy jUCVUUl. body needs nn Umbrella, and wohavo
a stock of 300 to select from.
Wednesday, Fkiiiuiaiiv '
Try Stovcus & Collins.
Col. S. It. Dent is in town.
Try Sohaprairo for Footwear.
Yes, Schapmiro can ropair your Shoes.
Irish Potatoes wanted nt Carson .v
Hon. J. Kdwin Howe, Uwensboro, is
in tho city.
Now is tho lime to scenro a bargain
at Carson Si Co'.
Sour Kraut and Vicklcd Fig's Feet at
W. II. Williams'.
For finest Canned Qoods, call on
Stovons & Collins.
Go to H. 0. Faco for anything you
may nood in tho tonsorial lino.
Tho best Shoos for tho least money
und largest stock is at Carson 'c Co's.
Miss Emmn Wnllaoo, Fordsvllle, is
very siok with mumps and erysipelas.
Don't forgot that W. H. William ti
has plenty of fresh oysters and celery.
Auotionl Auotionl Every Saturday
and Thursday until my ontiro stook is
sold. M. M. Kaiin.
Stovons & Collins havo tho largest
and boat nssortmont of Orooorics in
A. K. Carson, Hartford's hustlinir
grooeryman, is still with tho BIO storo
of Carson & Co.
Born, to tho wifo of Mars McCarty,
of Fordsvillo, a flno boy. Dr. Jett
Born, to tho wifo of Quint
near WMtesvillo, Friday
last, n flno girl.
Mrs. Kitty Turns, Nash, Tox., is
sponding tho wintor with her daughtor,
Mrs. W. B. Kendor.
Mrs. Elijah Williams, of near
spent last wock with her sister,
Mrs. W. B. Bender.
Como next Saturday and buy your
goods at your own prioo at Kahn's from
this day nntil sold nut.
Uaiwon x Co.
Tho best Clothing, Boots and Shoes
left, to bo sold at privato bhIo orat
every Tbnrsday nnd Saturday.
M. M. Kahn.
Misses Anna Uean and Mamio Boss
vi uited Mrs. W. II. Bhoads, Greenville,
Saturday and Sunday, returning Monday.
Mr. Thomas O. Baker is connected
with tho firm of Carson Sc Co., and
would bo pleased to havo his friends
giva him a call.
Tho Road and Bridgo Commissioners'
blanks for 1804 aro now ready for
Parties entitled to them
will call or soud to this oflico.
Born to tho wifo of Sara Biloy, at Bu-ford,
Fobruary t, a flno girl. Sam is
awfully happy nnd says now ho knows
ho'H get tho nomination for Assessor.
At cost! At cost 1 To quit tho Wsinoss
at Hartford, Ky., I will sell my ontiro
(took of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots,
Shoes, Hats and Caps nt cost. ,
M. M. Kahn.
Communications from writers without
their signature aro worth no moro to
us than bank ohockB without the names
of the ones who draw them. Noithor
goes in business.
Miss Laura Bondor closod a very
succcssful'sohool at South Benver Dam
last Saturday, Miss Laura is ono of
our best teachors. Sho has a proposi
tion to teach this spring ut Shultztown.
Mrs. J. M, Casebier, who received
sovoro and painful injuries from a fall a
fow days since, was attackod with erysipelas
and la grippo Saturday. Sho
has been vory siok, but at this writing
her physloians think sho is out of
Ouraffablo aud popular old friond,
ox-Sheriff S. 0. Taylor, spent Monday
and Tuosday in town, shaking hands
with his numerous f rionds just as heartily
as if ho was still a oandidato. Mr.
Taylor always oomos in town to spend
Suuday evoning with his friends, and
from tho presont outlook the County
Olork will soon bo two dollars bettor
Last Thursday death invaded . tho
happy homo of Dr. and Mrs. J. 0.
Hoover, Pleasant llidgo, and took away
their bright littlo boy, "Dean. Ho was
buried nt tho Hartford cemetery Friday.
Tho sorrowing parents have tho
sympathy of tho entire community in
this their first oud saddost low.
Mr, J, V. Ford, ono of our
buaincss men, in company with
Col. V. II. Moore, loft Monday for
Pittsburgh, Venn., to purchasoa steam
boat for tho Hough Kivor trado. Thoy
will return via Evansville, whoro thoy
will purchnso a boat-load of freight and
will nrriva in Hartford in about todays.
Tho young ladies of Hartford have,
issued invitations to thoir friends to
a Carnival at tho courthouse
Valentino oro, Fob. 14. Tho invitations
aro something elegant in themselves
two hearts pioreod by a goldon arrow,
hand-painted and tho evening will no
doubt abound in much pleasure to tho
Monday County Court day was well
attended by citizens from all parts of
tho couuty considering tho sovcro
weather and bad roads. Tho
woro in their brightest smiles
with a "God lovo you, my brother" for
everybody. Everything was quite and
pleasant snvo a couple of "scrap V lata
in tho ovouing.
Mr. Jock Warden, Ceutertown, died
yesterday morning at fi o'clock. Ho
had been suffering for a long tirao with
rheumatism nnd catarrh of tho stomach.
His remains will bo buried today
nt tho Contertown cemetery. Mr.
Warden was ono of our most exemplary
young men and he will bo sadly missed
by tho host of friends who mourn his
lu our announcement column will bo
seon the namo of Mr. J. N. Sandefnr as
.a candidata for Jailer of Ohio county,
subject to tho action of tho Democratic
party. Mr. Sandcfur is ono of our best
farmers whoso upright lifo should com
mend him to nil. Ho has bcon a life
long Democrat, and nu excellent work
or. Mr. Sandefnr has a host of friends
who will bo pleaded to honor him in
this his first attempt ut socking an of
Ksl. 11. T. Bender, Mollcnry, i3 tho
first starter in tho magisterial raco
in tho Ilosine magisterial district. Mr.
Bender is now serving his second term
as magistrato in tho old Hartford precinct,
which is now included in tho
precinct, and is too well and favor
ably known from Horse Brunch to
Hogs Falls to need any words of commendation
from ns. His information
and oxpcricuco well fit him for the
position to which ho aspires.
Tho Progrossivo Euohro Club was
entertained at tho residence of Mrs.
James A. Thomis last Friday evening
from 3 to 11:30. Thero was a good attendance
of tho merabors and tho
ovoning was altogether onjoyablo.
Miss Sallio Cato won tho first ladies'
prizo, a beautifully embroidered silk
haudkerchiof, nnd -Mr. L. P. Foreman
tho gentleman's prize. Tho club will
meet ngain at Mrs. Spaulding's, Fri
day, Fobruary ICtb.at 3 p. in.
Miss Belle Whlttinghill, of Bosino,
left Inst Saturday for Whiting, Mo.,
whero sho has accepted n position as
book-keeper with tho Ward Lumber
Company. This is ono of tho largost
lumber Arms in tho United States and
Miss Whittinghill has been fortunate to
seenro such a position, while tho Ward
Lumber Company has been equally as
fortunato in securing tho services of
this estimablo young lady. Wo predict
for her a bright and successful
fow days ago, Balph Keith, who
hails from Joffersonville, Ind., was
captured near Mr. Milton Parks' with a
stolon horso. Keith had been at work
for Davo Fowlcr,ncar Madisonvillc,and
stole a flno maro from him nnd started
to his brother's nt Elizabethtown.
Ho stopped oh hls,vay and traded tho
maro to Mr. Parks for a mulo and 81.00,
nnd was about to trado tho mulo to Mr.
Henry Taylor when Mr. Fowlor overtook
him nnd recovered his maro aud
captured tho thief.
Correspondents of Tur. Hkhald will
pleaso bear in mind that thoy must
ALWAYR sign thoir real namo when
writing to this paper. Thoy can assume
any namo they wish for publication,
but thoir real namo must accompany
every letter. Also thoy must write
on but one side of the papor. Failing
to comply with either ono of these
rules, thoy need not bo snrprisod if
thoir articlos aro never published. Wo
appreciate tho kindness of our contributors,
but theso rules aro established in
nil nowspapor ofllces.
Mr. D. M. Hocker, Fordsvillo, is announced
as a condidato for County
Court Clerk this weok, subject to tho
action of tho ltopublicau party. Mr.
Hocker is ono of our best oitizons and
is drsorvedly popular among thoso who
know him, aud his oxtonded acquaint
ance will rondor him quito n formidable
opponont. Ho was for a long timo
teacher in tho county sohools and for
soveral years a popular nnd prosperous
merchant at Bosino and Sulphur
Springs, but for tho last year has been
in tho general mercantile business at
Ono of tho most terriblo disasters
that western Kontucky has known for
vnnra npnnrniil rTiinarlav Hin nHlll itlbf
, J WM.U WWM..VM .UV"..-,, , w W.H 4UU.
below Owonsboro in wluoh tho boilor
of a portablo saw-mill bolonging to Mr.
I Tavlor Paris oxnlodcd. killing six men
1 instantly and wounding a sovonth so
' seriously that ho diod in two hours.
.The flro had boon built beforo tho
wator was turned into tho boilor, Mr.
Paris tnrnod the oold wator into tho
boilor causing an oxplosion whioh
blew tho boilor and ovorything in roach
of it into atoms. Tho oxplosion was
heard for miles and fragments of human
bodies wero sent to red for hundreds
of yards in ovory direotion.
Tho Owonsboro Mossongor of
says of a young man who onco
In tho case of E. D. Sooarco against
Drs. W. F. Stirman and W. E. Fowlkes,
for $10,000 damages for false arrest, tho
jury in Circuit Court yesterday brought
in a vordiot for 81,200 for tho plaintiff.
, Tho history of tho casa is as follows: Dr.
Btirtnan performed a surgical operation
, on Mr. Bcenrco which rendered a feo bill
of $!0. Mr. Bcenrco claimed that tho
1 feo should bo only $M and tondorcd that
amount in settlement. Homo months
afterward Mr. Sceareo started to move
to Texas and had his family nt tho
roady to migrate Dr. Stirman
iiad him nrrested and detained on a
bail writ for his feo. Scenrco thon
brought tba suit for damugos, claiming
that his wifo was sick and his arrest had
causod hor great distress, aggravating
hor malady und retarding hor recovery;
that ho also suffered great mental pain.
Tho caso was on trial for sovoral days.
A Plain Statemsnt of Facts.
My opponont Booking tho Democratic
nomination for County Attorney ban
issued a circular in which ho makes
somo statements concerning mo which I
desiro to answor and I wish to mako n
fow plain statements to tho Democrats
of tho county.
I am roforrcd, to by my opponont as
having hold oflico for a long timo and
ho states that sinco 1890 I havo held of
lico almost continuously. This is n
In Oetobor,1882, I was elocted by tho
magistrates as School Commissioner
for this connty and in AugUBt, 1884, I
submitted my claims to tho voters of
tho county and was elected as School
Superintendent, serving in this capaci
ty until September, 1890, or thrco years
and 11 months in all.
In 1800 I becamo a candidato for
Couuty Attorney nnd was elected to
that oflico, to which I now seek re-election.
Thoso are tho only ofllces I havo
at nny time filled.
I was for n timo acting in tho nominal
position of Public Administrator of
tho county, but that place- pays nothing,
and is now vacant for tho want of
an applicant for it.
My opponont's circular Bays my connection
with Tub HRnAr.n gives mo nn
advantugo in tho raco. This assertion
I am willing to submit to tho readers
of Tun Ilniui.t). I submit to them
that never by any suggestion or in any
manner has Tup. Heiiat.d been used to
advocnto my candidacy or advanco tho
interests of uny candidato as against a
Democratio opponent in a race,
The Hehald is a Democratio
nnd regards tho party's interests
ns paramount to those of nny man and
its policy nnd history are sufficiently
well known to relievo me from this
I am a candidato for re-election to nn
office to which I havo given my best
efforts for ono term, I havo tried to
earn an endorsement and I ask it at
tho hands of my party, to which 1 am
ready to loyally bow.
Very rospoctfnlly, F. L. Felix.
Notice to Democratic Candidates.
Tho Democratio candidates aro ngain
notified that they must call upon
Chairman G. B. Likens before February
17th and pay their respectivo parts
toward defraying tho oxponso of tho
Primary Election to be held March 3d.
Tho names of candidates will bo placed
upon tho ballots in the order in which
their assessment is paid and name re
corded by tho Chairman. Thoso not
having paid by the 17th of February
cannot by any means get 'their ifames
upon tho ballots.
By order of tho Committee.
0t2 B. D. Binoo, Seo'y.
John Hinton, tho 18-year-old son of
Oscar Hinton, of Fordsvillo, accident
ally shot himself while hunting last
Wednesday. Ho had gono out to
Quint Lanbam'a farm with a boy named
Austin Yonug, and whilo passing
through the fields camo to soma growing
cano. Young walked on and
Hinton stopped to cut somo pipe9tonis
and it is supposed ho having his gun
cocked, caught tho trigger in tho brush
and fired tho fatal shot, but all that is
known for certain is that Young heard
tho gun nnd looking nround saw his
companion fall to tho ground with
tho top of his head blown off. Tho gun
was n shot-gun loaded with
bird shot. Tho load entered tho head
just above nnd to tho left of tho right
oyo nnd toro.its way through tho top of
his head, causing instant death.
Young ninton was a most worthy
nnd exemplary young raau and his un
timely death is a griovous shock to his
frionds and relatives.
Friends laid him tenderly to rostin
tho Fordsvillo comctory and dropped n
tear on tho gravo of ono of thoir best
young men, whoso sudden taking off
from a lifo of upright, honest pffort is
ono of God's wonders, bnt He knows
best nnd "Ho dooth nil things woll."
To mv FniENDs: I desiro to say I am
still a candidate for Jailer nod trust
they will not lot my causo suffer on
of my continued illness. My
physiciau says I will bo ablo to bo out
lu a few days, and it shall thon bo my
duty nnd pleasure to sco as many as
possible, but owing to tho timo being
so short, 1 shall bo unable to soo many
of my friends beforo tho primary.
Howover, I am anxious to bo tho Democratic
nomineo for Jailer and if I receive
tho nomination, I will put forth
ovory honest effort to soenro my election
in November. Hoping, dear
friends, that you will enlist in my causo
and boo that my interests aro cared for,
I am yours faithfully,
E. L. Sullenobr.
Tho ladies of Hartford will givo nn
oystor snppor and candy-pulling at tho
Masonio Hall on tho night of tho 17th
inst,, for the bonefit of tho Masons
of Hartford Lodgo No. 075.
a. J. Bean.
Louie GimniRR, Committee.
D. F. Tracy,
A. D. White,
It has boon twico reported that I
havo withdrawn from tho raco for Jailer
and am off tho track. Suoh is not tho '
case, as I am running a '
raco with tho best of them, nnd will
win by a length, suro. Like all raco
horses, howevor. I noed backers and
my friends must stand by me.
Horse Branch, Ky., Feb. 1, '01.
This is to certify that I havo this day
sot my son, James W. Hall, free. I
am no more responsible for his acts or
deeds. Jameh O. Hall.
Fen. 5, 1894. Messrs. Dompsoy and
Hall, two of Madisonvitlo's most famous
lawyers, woro in town last weok
Misses Jonnio Duncan. Graolo and
Maggio Smith, Mumio nnd Nettie Duncan,
Gracio Boll nnd Blanche Kolley
attended thu losing exercises at Kim-wood
school Inst Friday. Miss Sun
Jenkins, tho toaehor, had hor students
well drilled nnd each performod his
Wo had a shower of rain and snow
last Saturday interspersed with candidates
AT!.. Ulll flt.l.n1l .. ll.alnr. 1.'..
is tho guest of Mrs. S. T. Mitchell, of
Misses Hettio Boll and Katio Dun
can visitod friends and relatives at
J'.chols and Bookport last week.
Mr. J. S. Williamn and others contemplate
pntting up a foundry and
maahino shop in our town iu tho near
fnturo. Somo slock has already been
subsoribod, and it is thought work will
commence as soon ns weather permits.
Tho Union series of meetings is still
in session and likely to contiuuo
through tho week. Bex,
Primary Election Officers.
Tho following is a list of tho ollicors
apiointed by tho Democratio
to conduct tho Primary Election
March 3d next:
Beaveii Dam: Ham Bisinger.
Birch Taylor, clorkj D. A. Miller,
P. P. Walker, judges.
Cromwell: T. O. Pirtle, sheriff:
Joo Bcid Shultz, clerk; J. B. Herald,
Warren Tnylor, judges.
Select: Will N. Stewart, sheriff:
George Mothorshoad, clorkj Virgil
Stowart, J. H. Kcown, judges.
P. Bains, sheriff: II. T.
Thomson, clerk; It. E. Chllds, Will
Lewis, Sr., jddges.
Honsn Branch: Jack Snidor, sheriff;
W. P. Sanders, clerk; Poto
Garrison Hoover, judges.
SuLviiuu SfniNos: Alox Ilinos,
shoriff; A. J. Weller, clerk; S. J.
Baker, O. F. Boswell, judges.
J. Biloy, sheriff; E. D.
Field, clerk; Joo W. Turner, J. D.
SiinKVR: Thomas Butler, sheriff;
Henry Godsey, clerk; Tliad W. Pnttie,
Taylor Murphy, judges.
Bocki'okt: J. E. Maddox, sheriff;
S. L. Fnlkorson, clerk; Lowis Haden,
Will Shorrod, judges.
Suallhouh: Joo Hibinson, sheriff;
P. B. Taylor, clerk; Tol Iglchart, J.
.u. igieuart, juuges.
Centkrtown: J. 11. Wndo. sheriff;
Molvin Afchby, clerk; Jas, A. Tichonor,
J. 0. Warden, judges.
Maiian: Henry Wise, sheriff; Seth
Nelson, clerk; Juno Litsey, Sam Kolley,
Uoor. .Moso UoralU, slicrill;
John (J. Jones, clerk: Jno. H. itrown,
Clay Taylor, judges.
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John T. Smith, Jr., clerk; Milford
Truman, Joo Jett, judges.
Ellis: Sara Bhoads, sheriff; Allison
llaynes, clerk; .Joltu Waiie, iionry
BAnTLKTr's P. D. Taylor, sheriff;
Henry King, clerk; Thomas J. Patton,
Ben W. Taylor, iudgos.
Beda: Jcsso Hudson, sheriff; W. Q.
Park, clerk; Amos Sheown, Lafo
East HAirrronn: A. C. Ellis, sheriff;
iMarvin iiean, cierx; m. v. .uowowoii,
John Westorileld, judges.
West Hartford: Burr Borryman,
Bheriff; W. G. Hardwick, clerk; V. G.
Bsrnott, W. B. Bender, judges.
AnniEVlLLE: Ed Chariot, sheriff; J.
V. Turner, clerk; W. G." Ellis, W. P.
Thoy will bo governed by tho laws
controlling regular elections. Tho following
provision for supplying the
placo of any officer not present or refusing
to act, is found in Section Ave,
Articlo three, of tho Election Law:
!i. Should tho court fail to appoint
such ofllcers of election, or either of
said ofllcers fail to attend for thirty
minutes after tho time for commencing
the holding of tho election, or refuso to
act, tho ofllcers in nttondnnco shall appoint
n suitable person or persons to
act in his or thoir stoad for that election.
If nono of said officers shall appear
as heroin required, tho qualified
v&ters present shall elect tho ofllcers of
election viva voce, ns nearly as possible
in conformity with the provisions
of this article, who shall serve as such
during that election. Each officer of
election shall, beforo entering on the
duties of his oflico, take an oath to
faithfully discharge his duties as such
officer boforo some justice of tho pcaco
or othor person authorized to administer
an oath, or if no bucIi officer bo
nVAiani tf man ltA mlmlntot AriSil In 4ti.
olork of tho election, who, in turu,shnll
bo sworn by one ol tuo judges ol tho
Tho Ohio County Holiness Association
for tho promotion of holiness will
hold a convention in Mt. Hormon
Church, Beda, Ky., Fobruary 2, 23
and 24. All persons invited to attend.
n. F. Bean, V. Pres't, O. O. II. A.
J, W. Boyal, of Iudiana, after spending
several davs visiting relatives hero,
has returned homo.
I wish to return thanks to Mrs. Elvira
Bellamy for n uioo dress pattern.
Married, nt Deanofleld, Ky.. Jan.
18th, nt tho residonco of tho brido's
father by Eldor Bobert J. Brandon,
Mr. Bobert Colyer to Miss Onu Wndo.
Ivy Kelly, daughter of Philander
Kelloy, Sr., diod January 27th. Her
remains wero interrod in tho family
graveyard near N. P. Kollcy's tho 28th.
She was n member of tho Christian
Church. I oxtond condoleuoo to tho
bereaved relatives. Bluu Ever.
Preston Morton Post No. 4, G. A. R.,
will meet in thoir headquarters Saturday,
Feb. 10th, at 1 o'olook, p. m. All
comrades aro invited.
Wood Tinsley, Cora.
John 0. Ciiampriilain, Adjt.
HORSE BRANCH, KY.
Fob. 0, 1894. Andrew Hoover was
thrown from a horso whilo running n
raco last Thursday night. In the fall
he recoivod internal injuries, from
whioh it is thought he can not recover.
Tho ball at Mr. J. B. MoDaniePs
Thursday night was quito n success.
Miss Floronco Tabor is visiting relatives
Mrs. W. T. Piland loft to-day for
Louisville, whero sho will spend a fow
weeks with hor Bistor. K.
It is roliably reported that Mr. Wra.
Phipps will be married to Miss Lillio
Buskill at tho home of tho brido's sister,
Mrs. G. n. Bhoads, Louisvillo,
Fobruary 23, 1891. Mr. Phipps is woll
known nnd vory popular here, this
ing his nativo town, and his friends will
bo glad to know that ho Is to bo united
for life with ono of Kentucky's host
yoang women. Miss Buskill's former
home was Paradise, Ky., whero sho is
Two L'ood brood marcs and one 8
mulo, also a 4-year-old geld-1
ing. Will sell for cash or on oue year's
timo with good noto. Call on or ad-
Ultra i, . iimiura,
fitfip Contlvo, Ky.
Mr. M. K. Wade
Htonuu all, Trim.
A Helpless Invalid
Kidney nnd Livor Troublo
and Nervous Debility
10 Years of Suffering Endod by
"C. I. llnoil Si Co., Ivell, Mass.!
"Tin! I'fU'CU of IIooiI'h Kafupiirllla In my his
have been fcitly ninnrlmii. It tir surpasses
nny other mrilMiia I li.ie ever taken. For II
jc.irt t win trotiliM with tor plil liver, kidney
trouble ami iimom ildilllly, ami ni ,
A HelploBS Invalid.
I have Iicpii t.iUui; Ilmle'i Sarx.tpiirllLifor three
inuntlii mul I feel that I am cureil. I feel better
now than I bate for sixteen jeara. I thank
lluil first, for mv he.illli, ami i 1. Hood & Co.,
second, for Hood's M.irs.ii.irllla. I have
. :c'"le I "it to all my neighbor nnd several of
Iliemaru ml.ii: Komi's S.irsnp.irllla with good
insults. I tun M)c.us old ii'iif feel better than I
ill.l ut 40." Mux. K. U'aiik, .stonewall, Tenii.
Hood'O Pills art easily, )et promptly and
eflkleMly tai the liter and bowels. Vj.
At tho Closo of Business on the
23d Day of December, 1893.
,onns am! discounts, less loans to Di
Loans to Directors (officers not Induct-
Overdrafts, secured . . t
Due from National Hanks
Due from State Ilanlcs aud Hankers .
Banking house aud lot , . . ,
Other items carried as cash
furniture and fixtures
Capital Slock paid In, In cash.! . . . (15,00000
Surplus Fund 5,350.00
Undivided Profits ojuu
Due Depositors ............. 4S.8jo.36
Due State Hanks and Hanker . . . . 50 98
Statu or Kentucky,)
County op Ohio. ) ""'
John II. Bahnes, Cashier of Beaver
Dam Deposit Bank, a bauk located and
doing lmsincsa in tho town of Beavor
Dam, iu said county, beluR duly sworn,
says that tho foregoing report is in all
respects a true statement of tho condition
of tho said bank, at tho close of
business on the 23d day of December,
ltWil, to tho best of his knotvlcdgo aud
belief; and further says that the business
of said bank has been transacted
at the locatiou named, nnd not else-
wuero; and tlmt tuo auovo report is
made in compliance with an ofllcial notice
received from tho Secretary of
State designating the 23d day of December,
1893, as tho day on which such
report shall bo made.
Subscribed aud sworn to boforo mo
by John H. Barnes, the 30th day of
December, 18U3. Shelby Taylor,
jJep. county uourt uierK.
I. P. Barnard, President.
K. P. Hooker, Director.
Jno. H. Baiines, "
At the Gloss of Business on the
23d day of December, 1893.
Loans nnd discounts, less loans to Di
Loans to Directors (officers not In
cluded) ..-,.. 400-00
Loans to Officers . , 400.00
Overdrafts, secured . 1,937.35
Due from National Hanks 5,906.74
Due from State Hanks nud Hankers , . 4"3-'
Dauklug liouhe and lot 3,000.00
Stocks and Houds . IJII.07
Specie .7I8 78
ItxchaiiKes for ClearliiKS . , 145-59
Other Items carried as cash '.367.49
Furniture and fixtures l,ooo.ui
Taxes paid '45-97
Current expenses 1,088.50
Other Assets, debts In suit. , M-M
Capital Stock paid In, in cash Ijo.ooooo
Undivided Profits 7,418-97
Deposits subject to check (on which Interest
Is not paid) 50.009.79
Due National Hanks Sl.63
Due State Hanks and Hankers ..... 131.38
State op Kentucky,)
County ov Ohio.) "
8am K. Cox, President of Bank of
Hartford, Ky., a bank located and doing
business iu tho town of Hartford,
in said county, being duly sworn, says
that tho foregoing report is in all respects
a truo statoment of tho condition
of tho said bank at tho olose of business
on tho 83d day of Docember, 181)3. to
tho best of his knowledgo and belief;
and further savs that the business of
said bank has been transacted at tho location
named, and not olsowhore; and
that tho abovo ronort is mado iu compliance
with an ofllcial notioo recoivod
from tho Secretary of Slate dosignoting
tho 23d day at December. 1803, as tho
day on whioh suoh report shall bo made.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo
by Sam K. Cox, tho 2Sth day of
1893. O. B. Likens, 0. 0. C. 0.
8am K. Cox, Presidont.
J. J. McIIbniiy, Diroetor.
Jno. 0, Thomas, "
J. S. Coleman, "
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A HINT TO THE WISE.
We are bound to reduce
our stock, to make room for
our big spring purcbase. Now
is the time to buy a splendid
Suit for a small sum of money.
Our Clothing must be
sold regardless to prices. For
the next three weeks all our
heavy winter & woolen goods
will he sold at astonishingly
low prices. All our Blankets,
Comforts, Underwear, Boots,
Shoes, Flannels, Fine Dress
Goods and Notions go for less
than wholesale prices. Come
at once and secure some of
Yours for trade,
CARSON & GO.
First in the Field !
WITH OUR NEAH?
WffiT will be to your interest to
gy come to Hartford and buy your-8
self a Buggy. One car load
just received. Come and look for
yourself. Thanking you for past
favors and hoping to have a continuance
of same, I remain,
C. L Field.