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Atthe close of business on the 80th day of
Loans and discounts I....Y 'iXl S9I 22"
unsecured.. 7 I 1 241 05
nnefrom National bankBr29 12027 r
Bankers , 59017,75
Banting house anu lot 12 500 00
0Altrea' estate ......... 8 C22 12
Currency 55 809 oo
Exchanges for clearings....? 1 112 64 CO 785 15
Otberltems carried ai cash 8028
Capital stock p'd In, In' cash ' ' ti .250 000 00
surplus iuiiu..... .. .. MOW 00
nonnalts subject to check Con which
Interest Is not paid i&5 20521
Due-National hanks $ 421 lu '
DUftState banks and b'k'rs 13 525 70 13,910 80
UnpaiAMvtdends..., 15 00
02 this day.. 7 500 TO
Bit tT"910 Pa lase8 1 123 13
t 492 850 17
STATE OF KENTUCKY, k' rS
County of Christian. I ss.
J,E. McPherfcni Cashier of Bank of Hop.
kicsvllle. a bank located and doing business
at NO, 2. Main in the city
county, being duly sworn, says
that the foregoing report Is in all respects a
true statement of the condition of the satd
bank at the close of business on the 80th day of
June, ISWi, to the best of his knowledge
and belief; and further says that the business
of said bank has been transacted at the
named, and not elsewhere; and that the
abovereport is nude In compliance with an official
notice from the Secretary of State designating
the 80th day of June. 1690, as the
day on which buch report shall be made.
C. H. Bush, Director
- 3. V.. u.abu, .Director
JNO. P.rtARSKTT, Director.
Subscribed and sworn to before me by J. E.
McPherson , th 3rd day of July, 1890.
J P Bradjn. N. P., O.Cot.Ky.
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE
30th Day of June, 1896.
Loans and Discounts, less loans to
Directors 1147.227 14
Loans to Officers... . ... SCO 00
Overdrafts, secured 4,708 94
Overdrafts, unsecured 282 18
Due from National Banks $11,700 27
Due from State Banks and
Bankers 25,716 15 37.422 42
Banking House and Lot.. . 6,000 00
Stocks and Bonds ... 49,408 00
Specie.; J10.018 6
Currency , ... 7.267 00 18,200 66
Total t263,549 61
Capital Stock ;. ."i '. I. t 60,00000
Surplus Fund ,J0,00Oc0
Undivided Fronts-I... ...":;. 8,702 81
Deposits subject to Check (on which
-Interest is not paid) .. ,. 115,784 61
Unpaid Dividends .- '8,150 0
Bills Payable .-i '.. -10,000 00
Set Aside to Pay Taxes 912 82
Total -......-....:.... Vi3,519.M
STATKorKiNTnCKr,'' " Irq."
County op Christian. '
W.T.' Tandy, Cashier of City Bank, a bank
located and doing business in the City of Hop
klnsvUle in said county, being duly sworn,
says that the foregoing report is in all respects
a true statement of the said bank, at the close
of business on the SOthday of June, iS96,to the
best of his knowledge1 and belief; and further
says that the business of said bank has been
tranjficted at the location named, and not
elsfjArhere; and that the above report is made
wiiviu ;uo CCU4ltf,iJ UAOVA.C ucdikuh,.us uw
ouiuunyoi june. isx,uio uuy uu wuiuu,
such report shall be made.' '
. W.T.Tandy, dashier.
- WiTvTANDT. Director.
Subscribed and sworn to before me by W.
T.Tandy, Cashier, on tho 3d day of -July ,1690.
K; A. ARNOLD. Notary Public.
Tnbrpke Deposit -Bank
in Pembroke, Ky., ;-
at the close cf business on the 30th day of
.. June, 186(j.
Loans and Discounts, less loans to.
Loans to Directors (officers not
Included) . . ,x617'C0
Loans toOfllcers,MtM.tH1M0.w.wv(N2 575 00
Overdraftsrunsecured i .. . 71937
Due from State banks, and bankers,;-. 5 CS8 30
Banking house'and lot i.. .'.'sr 1C00W
Mortgages?, ..r1... I .4. 15 750 65
specie .j.ri8S6 8o
Currencv 2100 00 3 086 SO
Other items carried as Cash 222 70
Furniture and fixtures 1000 00
Total $89 956 83
Capital stock paid in, in cash. . .$ 30000 00
Surplus fund .. 700000
Tina depositors, as follows. Viz:
Subject to check (on which interest
fanntnalril .$13 861 07 43 f 05 07
K Dim Htalf. Ranks A Bankers .. 1895 55 1895 55
lL Bills re-discounted 6 000 00
LT'lTnnnld dividends .. .. .. 608 00
Set aside to pay taxes . .. . 7I7i
Dividend this day, 8$ per cent 1050 00
Total $ 69 950 83
STATE OF KENTUCKY, j ., .
County of Christian. jBS'
W. W.Garnett, President of Pembroke Deposit
Bank, a bank located and doing business
at No. , street4n the town of 'Pembroke,
In said county, being duly sworn, says that the
foregoing report is lu all respects a true statement
of the condition of the said bank, at the
close of business ,on the 80th day of June,
1696, to the bedt . of his knowledge and
belief, andfurthersayffthat the business of said
hmif Vina vpn transacted at the location
med, and not elsewhere; and that the
00V0 rf "OrtlS moe w kujujjuih;c iiiiu
flicial notice received from the Secretary of
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'1896. as the day on which such report shall be
Subscribed and sworn to before me by W.
VY. Garnett, President, this SOth day June. 1890.
Eustlce A. Hail,
W. W.Gabneit, President.
V. A. Garnett, "
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All work guaranteed,
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Telephone 84-2. rings.
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or Louisville. Ky.
W. L. Mills,
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TO LOVE TRUTH,
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A. N. GORDON, A.M., Priu.
SPRINGTIME SbtQ OF A SOUL.
Bfl jsnnny, my bouI, rriy Boulljrenectlng tho
X fc'lad sunshine; f i
On powerful wing go' soar and sing for tho
width of two world's is thine.
Ono world that is beauteous here wlth
glorified skies abovo ""
And one where qternlty's Joys shinf clear
In a sky of eternal love. C
Flash.forth like a crystal lens the sunbeam
showers of. gold, ' ,
Tho 'happiness hints In a thousand tints;
made brighter a million fold.
And echo grand nature's choir,, the carols
of birds and bees, ' '
The wind harps Joined with the woodland,
lyres, moro Joyous and sweet than
Go gather tho odors rare,.frcm the flowers
on altared hills.
From sensera offering free In-,
cense which God distills.
For tho earth Is glad, is glad, as tho tall
trees laugh on high,
And the thrill of blade and Vlcssoming enraptures
the earth and sky
So tho brooklets caper gay, or tinkle their
. cymbal song,
Where burnished fishes in sunlight play,
and echoes laugh low and long. '
Blng forth thy love, my bouI! look up from
the scented sod, '
And, seeing the goodness girding all, slns;
anthems of praise to God.
Then sing in the light, O insect choirs!
Sing, birds and leaves tn the alrl '
Swing, petaled censers, O veBtal flowers,
and offer your scented prayer!
festoon In forests, O waving vines, your altars
Jeweled with dew;
Tho whole world worships In songs and
signs, bo my soul shall sing with you.
For God la vi. i jl; each fc:snn Kin
seal and sign.
vBo sunny, my soul, my glad soul sing, for
iwo great world's are thine.
I. Edgar Jones.'ln Ram's Horn.
BY J. A. FLrNN.
Persons Maj. Richard Hollis, 1st
Something Regiment; Miss May Norton,
an altogether charming young
lady; Mrs. Duncan, May's aunt.
Scene Mrs. Duncan's drawing-room.
' Time Evening.
Maj. Hollis So ' to-morrow ifs
May For ever.
He (eagerly) Why "for over,"
May? If we were a couple of young
fools who couldn't be friends without
falling head-over-heels hi love, It
would have to be "for over," of
She (decidedly) Of course.
He But as we are just, friends
platonic friends, you know why
should wo not continue to meet as
She Your 'wlfo wouM naturally
Ho Will your husbaqd refuse to
allow you to speak to -another man
when you are married?
She Oh, as to that but that
isn't the question. At least, not all
of it We might be friends in a
way, but not as we have been, Maj.
He (reproachfully) You promised
She (softly) Well Dick. Wo
should be misunderstood (pitifully)
for I really do value you as & friend,
major Dick and (angrily) people
are so absurd and spitefuL
He (doubtfully)- -If it weren't for
your engagement ?
She Maj. Hollis! How can you
think of throwing over the lady to
whom you are engaged, just because
you have met some ono else?
He Oh well of course !
She (firmly) It isn't right
Ho No. It was wrong to suggest
that you should break your
word to a man who loves and trusts
youI beg if
he's worthy of you (sotto voce:
She Oh, as to that (suddenly)
It's no use talking about it , We
must take things as they are, and
make the best of them. (Softly)
Believe me, I shall always think of
you withwith respect
He (scornfully) Respect!
She And liking, as a very sincere
He But I shall think of you as
the one woman who
She Hush I
(He twirls his mustache. She
looks out of the window.)
He Anyhow, May, there's no
reason why we shouldn't be friends,
as we've been for these three weeks.
(She shakes her head.) Oh, hang it
all, May, little fnendl you must let
me see you sometimes (persuasive
ly) Say once a month.
She Oh, no, no!
HeOnce a year, then. I must
She Your wife (He mutters
something) Oh, Dickl
He I can't stand it, May, I really
can't. Didn't wo agree that we'd be
true, honest frlendst as men are, or
He (UmghiDp; grimly) Well, as
men are. Didn't I promise you that
there should be no approach to flirtation?
And haven't I kept my word?
She (very doubtfully) ! don't
He (unabashed) If you mean that
night coming homo from the
She And Smith's tennis party.
He Oh, well
Sho And last night-He
Sho (solemnly) You tried to you
He Oh, well, I kissed you. That
wasn't much for a friend to do.
Sho Maj. Hollis!
He And I'd do it again.
f.itV'1 t'fe, ""''
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She And yet ytm say that 'you
have kept your promise!
He So I have practically. (Persuasively)
Of course, one must
make a little allowance for tho frailty
of human nature
He You sec, when a very pretty
don't think aboutvyOur
friend" Capt. Johnson's looks-
He Well, you see Johnson
She Or kiss him. (Laughs hollowly.)
He Well, "no! But you must allow
for human nature, don't you see,
She That's just whatsit am trying
to do. (Sighs.) 2 Si
HeBut not too muclwOf course,
a friendship between a man and a
woman isn't quito like one between
twomen. Once in a way he might
She But he shouldn't
He Of course not But - .he
might. (With conviction) Just as
he might kiss a nice child. As for
my kissing you last night, why you
She (hurriedly) I didn't.
He But, of course, when you
were married I should get used to
to not kissing you.
She (tearfully) Oh. Dirk, don't!
Ho Oh, I don't want to give it up.
She (hotly) You know I didn't
mean that. I will put it plainly, if
you will not Wo are friends,
Staunch friends and no more. But
wo are better friends than we can be
when are married, and so it is best
that we should not meet (Earnestly)
Dick, I do ask your help to do
(A long silence.)
He (huskily) God bless you, little
May, you'll let me kiss you, just
She Yes, Dick. (Holds up a tearful
He (Putting his arms around her)
May, tell me, is he worthy of you?
Will he bo good to 3ou?
She (slowly) Dick, if it will comfort
you to know, there isn't any
He (wildly) What!
She Aunt said that you were a
(amazed) What over made her
She And that I musn't encourage
you. So I told you that I was
engaged. But I wasn't
He Not engaged! (Dances her
wildly round the room.)
Her Aunt (entering) Maj. Hollis!
He (hastily letting May go) I
have just found out that May is not
Aunt (severely) Indeed! I should
have thought, from what I saw,
She (very red) Maj. Hollis has
taken an ungentlemanly advantage
of me. Ho forgets that he is engaged.
He (seizing her hand and laughing)
To you, then.
She I do not understand.
He When I came here your aunt
told me that you were a terrible
(virtuously indignant) How
could you, Aunt Ellen?
He And made me promise not
to encourage you. So, just for fun,
I said that I was engaged. But I
wasn't. (All three laugh.)
Aunt You evidently don't want
" He May!
She Dickl St. Paul's.
An English company is to be
organized with a large capital to develop
the gold mines in north Georgia.
The gold ore of this belt as
says low and is sulphuretted, but
the new chlorination process is cheap.
It is claimed that by its use the
Georgia ores can be handled at a
profit Their average richness is
from three dollars to six dollars a
ton, improving as tho shafts go
down. One of tho mines, at the
depth of 34 feet, assayed $58 of gold
and $1.50 of silver. Another mine
is down 340 feet and its yield in gold
last year was SG0.000. Tho field is
full of prospectors.
New Gs Lamp.
A new style of gas lamp for tho
street corners of New York has been
adopted. The lamps are about 15
inches square, with ground glass
sides and highly ornamented iron
frames decorated with green and
gold. Tho names Qf the streets will
bo painted plainly on the glass in
letters large enough to be read by
a man with dim sight They are
both ornamental and useful.
Six hunters have trapped 225
foxes within ten miles of Gardiner,
Mo., during tho past winter. One
of the hunters claims to have a secret
bait that is irresistible to a fox,
and he has a record of 68 foxes last
winter. He sold the secret to another
trapper, who got 52 foxes.
Tho world is always ready to receive
talent with open arms. Very
often it .does not know what to do
withgenius, Talent is a docilo
ture. It bows its head meekly while
tho world slips tho collar over it It
backs into tho shafts liko a lamb.
Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing: Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting: Sour Curdy
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething- troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach,
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Castoria
Is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria la an exceUemt medldae for
Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. C. C Osgood,
" Cattoria Is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the
real interest of their children, and use Castoria
instead of the various quack nostrums which
are destroying their loved ones, by forcing
opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other
hurtful agents down their throats, thereby
sending them to premature graves."
Pr. J. F. Kincijeloe,
The Centaur Company, 77
OF IMPORTANCE TO LADIES.
SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON, 1896.
FOWLER, DICK & WALKER,
Buy from first hands. Import largely of Foreign Goods ; sell exclusively
for cash, and with these advantages are enabled to give Lower Prices
than any House In Indiana. Shoppers who Send Orders by Mail will
receive the same attention and low prices a if they were in the store in
person. Departments of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Spring and Summer
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as complete as any in the West-Send
for their Catalogue and Fashions," a handsome Monthly
Magazine Both will be sent you free. This is the largest Dry Goods
House in Indiana.
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"Castoriu is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
H. A. Arcticr, M. D.,
lit So. Oxiord St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Onr physicians in the children's department
have spoken highly of their experience
in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it." ,
United Hospital and Dispensary,
Allen C Sunn, Prtt.
Murray Street, New York City.
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