A Bis Combination Santa
Mi W&z&r) Jfflmf pint
Santa Claus and
Bog to nnnounco to tho people of this vicinity that thoy havo
gone into partnership for tho HOLIDAY and oxpect
by tiieir joint ellorts to
Do not let anybody deceive
believing that bAiMA (. LAUb is in any way interested in
any other stock or btore. This is
Santa Claus' Headquarters!
As, is proven by tho ABUNDANCE and VARIETY of
our. stock and by tho liberal way in which customers are
treated. We have in Htore
A Series of Surprises
For those who visit us. GREAT SURPRISES in tho VARIETY
of our Display, in CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES, in
HOLIDAY BARGAINS, and above all else
Our Prices are Surprises
So surprisingly low that thoy offer tho greatest inducement
possible to those who know what a bargain is.
BEAVER DAM RAILROAD TIME TABLE
Ho. J Kiprrsssnd Mill. ...... I p. m.
No. II Lucsl
Ho. nd:Kiprt. i i6p. m.
No. S KiprM n.i. ln.
No. 6 30 . m.
No. J Kiprns and Utlt ....... I oo p. m.
?. Hailcm Mtllicc. Artut.
garffotf Walts grwia.
WD!BSDAT, DOXBIl 12.
Mr. J. L. Oolllni ii Improving.
Bee Tna Hbiulp's Clubbing List.
. Bead Tna HetULD nd keep posted.
Wanly of good feed t 0. L. Field's
'. For anything in the Jewelry lino, O,
" 011 on O. Ii. Field when you wnt
' MriBK on your oggo nd get 15 oonts
ier dosen. Cabsom k Co.
Tn Hs-i-o's motto is SUPERIOR
Look at onr Cork Sola Shoes. They
cih'tbe beat. BoiurwnB.
We will sell yon 23 pound of brown
wgar for 81.00. Gibson 4 Oo.
' Remember that 0. Li Field is (till in
iho buggy business.
,Xha plaoo to buy your Boots and
Shoes is at Bohapmiro's.
If you want to get well, buy your
'drugs of Williams k Pelt
Teachers' Monthly Reports for salo
at Thk Hibalo offloo oheap.
Bee bow muph money you oan save
by Thb IIbbald's Olnbing List.
For all kinds repairing watches,
cloeks, on 0. R. Martin.
Mr. R. A. Andorscn, who has been
2 siek soToral weeks, is improying slowly.
Thst $3.60 Mens Tap Bole Shoe is a
v"oorker." Yon can find it at Behtpmlro's.
Don't forgot that wo aro headquarters
for general merchandise.
Oaiiuok k Oo.
J Jnst reeeuod, a car load of new styles
' r VallFapor. 011 and soe our lino.
Remember that wo aro still payluff tho
highest CASH prioos for Ilidcs, Pelts,
Jure and Tallow. Bohapmibb.
f1 For good abave, shingle or shampoo,
call on Perry Watkins, tho barbor,
, ... Jt the Pace old stand.
& Perry Watkins, tho barber, Ruaran.
Jtees.a smooth share, an elegant haircut,
artBTiTery thing first-class,
t.. J. fi. Brandon, preaeher in
charge, and T. O. Fallon, of
aro ooijduoting a most successful
meeting at Prentls uapusi ouurou.
Claus and Fair Bros. & Co!
Fair Bros. & Co.
a Good Time!
you by misrepresentation into
I Cathrino Carter, of Prentis, has been
granted a pension. .
I For the best barbering.eo to the new
barbor shop in Commercial Hotel.
Wo are still leaders in pure and fresh
drugs at low prices.
Williams k Bbll.
Good harbors at the "City Shnving
Parlor." Everything in the tonsorial
line first class.
We don't sell Milliner goods at cost,
but ourreUil prico is so low that wo buy
new goods overy week.
Caiwok k Co,
A sploodid meeting is in progress at
Qreeu River churob, oondncted by
Rev. John (Vllriao. Many souls have
boen converted and started heavenward.
Wanted A young man W learn a
profitable trade. Will bo requirod io
bavo a small capital to pay expenses
while learning. Call at this o'flloe for
Archie- Gain, than whom there is no
better barber In this section of tho
country, hss aoeepted a position in
Pery Watkins' tonsorial parlor on
Photographer A. D. Taylor can be
found in his olegant photo car in Hartford
on Monday of each week, all
day, and at Beaver Dam tho balanoe
of the timo. For first-class work, call
on bim. 40y
D. F. Traoy k Bon have sold their
grocery stock to Mr. Willie Taylor,
who will oontinuo the business at the
same stand. Willio is a hustliug business
boy, and Tab Herald wishes him
Mr. John A. Brown, a highly rebooted
citizen of Pond Run vioinity, died
Thursday night, of rheumatism and
blood poisoning. His remains were interred
in tho Brown burying ground
Mr. S O. P. Hall and brother have
opened out a moat shop at Mr. Hall's
old stand, at the oornor of Casebier &
Burton's livery stable. Theso gentlemen
aro oxperienood butchers and Tire
Herald wishes them success.
Marvin Bean has purchased n. 0.
Pace's new batbering outfit and has
opened out what is known as "The
City Tonsorial Parlor.' He baa
tho services of E. Ii. Bullington,
of Bird's Eye, Ind., and FranlcGentry,
both of whom are experienced barbara.
Mr. Frank James, quite an aged
died at bis home in Baizetown
last Thursday, and was buried at Mt.
Zion next day. Mr, James was a
and honored citizou and his loss
will be keenly felt.
' ' t
A literary oooiety has been organized
in the neighborhood of Esq. H. .F.
Myers.' A great deal of interest is
manifested. The 'society met at the
home of Mr. D. H. Oodsey on the'
night of the 7th inst and an elaborate
program was gone through with. The
sooioty will moot next at tho homo of
Mr. R. J. Duff.
Thcro will bo an educational mass
mcoting at Aloxsndcr school house,
Deo. 22, 1801. J. 0. Riloy, Z. n.
Bhultz, O. M. Bbnllz and Dr. W.
Alexander will bo present and address
tho pcoplo ou educational matters. Let
all friends of education attend.
Work laying tho rock in pit If o. 2 at
Rumsoy look commenced last Friday
with a full foroo of export
with Mr. Boflt as foreman.' Tho work
is boing rapidly pushed and if tho high
water does not interfere, tho walls will
bo built tip out of danger in six woeks.
McLean County Star.
Mr. Lonnio Stephens and Miss Katie
Sanderfur wero married at tho residence
of tho brido.a few milosfrom Hartford,
lost Sunday evening. A largo
orowd of relatives and friends was in
attendanco, and Rev. R. A. Crowe performed
the corcmony in a moat beautiful
manner. Tub Herald oxtonds
The Owonsboro Leaf Tobacco Association
held a meeting at the Auction
house Wednesday for the purpoao of
changing the method of settling with
Rollers whose tobacco does not equal
tho wimples. Tho matter was very
freely discussed, and a committee of
six was appointed to revise the by-laws
of tho Association and report at a meeting
next week. Hancock Clarion.
'Squiro A. H. Ross, who lives near
Echols, happened to a vory serious and
painful accident recently. While en.
denvoring to throw his horse to operate
on it for distemper, the animal fell upon
him, breaking bis leg. The horso
in its struggles broke its own neck.
'Squiro Ross is gotting along as well as
could be expected, but tbo fractured
limb is giving him considerable pain.
Point Pleasant and Ohio county lost
ouo of her best citizens in the death of
Mr. W. J. Everly.who died last Friday
of paralysis of tbo bowels. His funoral
was preached Saturday by Revs. Bean
and Davidson, after which he was
buried in Point Pleasant cemotery, Mr,
Everly was a good man and his life
will be a lesson of good for future gen
crations while bis spirit is in heavon.
.One day last week, while Mr. Joseph
Burdctte was driving near his home in
JEtnaville, ho fell from the wagon and
was almost instantly killed. The wagon
was heavily loaded with fence posts.
Mr. Burdetto lost his footing at tho
front end of the load and fell to tho
ground, when the horses started forward
and two wheels passed over his
body lengthwise. He lived only about
halt an hour after getting hurt and
never regained consciousness.
Deputy UVB. Marshal Moso Bulling
ton went to Griffith yesterday and put
Leonard Cox, of Louisville, an em
ployee of the L., St. L. & T. railroad,
and a son of Receiver Atllla Cox, under
bond to appear as a witness in tho caso
of Commonwealth vs. J. H. Baize, tho
prcachor who is charged with illicit
selling of liquor in Ohio county. Oox
was summoned but failed to appear at
tho examining trial and an attatchment
was issued against bim. Owensboro
Messenger of Thursday.
Tho following ofllcors woro elected
by Preston Morton Post, No. 4, G, A.
It., December 8, 1894, at their head
quarters in Hartford, Ky,: Commander,
Joo L. Carson; S. V., John Black; J.
V., Wm. 0. Barnett; Surgeon, Win. A.
Carson ; Quartermaster, Louis
the Day, WoodTinsley;
Officer of the Guard, R. P. Sorrells;
Delegates to State Encampment, Wm.
A. Carson, D. F. Tracy, Geo. Bnnger;
Alternates, Joe A, Bennett, Henry 0.
Shaver and Vink Stewart
No sensible mafl, gays an exchange,
should get angry because a newspaper
man duns him for money. A dun is
not an impeachment of tho subscriber's
integrity, but is simply an outcropping
of the publisher's necessities. For instance,
a thousand men owe a man
from one to four dollar caob. He has
to dun them all to pay his oxpenses.
Instead of getting angry and stopping
tho paper because tho publisher asked
him for his honest duos, tbo subscriber
should thank the publisher.
Thero were 47 indictments found
during the recent sitting of tbo Grand
Jnry, as follows: 1 for failing to fur
nish State Inspector with tho map of
mines, 1 for unlawfully shooting at an
other, 4 or carrying concealed, a dead
ly weapon, 10 for unlawfully selling
whisky, 1 for housebreaking, S tor petit
laroeny, 2 for ,grand larceny, 1 for
creating a publio nuisanoe, 2 for rape,
1 for forgery, 2 for furnishing liquor to
a minor, 2 for unlawfully
1 for hindering commerce, 2 for
assault and battery, 3 for assault, 8 for
disturbing religious worship, '. .,
The Herald man dislikes vory much
to dun subscribers for what thoy owe
on tbo paper. Thoir duty of paying
their aubsoriptioDS promptly seems so
plain that it' is with much' reluotance
that ho feels called upon to remind
them of it. Itiseasy,ibrpron to find
out'how muoh you pwo Tub HbhaLd on
subscription. Just notice tho da'lo
opposite your name on tho paper each
week. Your subscription is paid up to
tbo dato indicated. Pleaso examine
the date now, and send us what you
owe. We shall be compelled to send
out bills in a few days if the parties
owing do not come forward, and if yon,
prefer not to bo dunned, please respond
A writ was issued last Friday for tho
arrest of Albert Austin, charging him
with malioious wounding, and he was
brought to town and gavo bail in tbo
sum of $200, pending his examining
trial wbioh oomes off noxt Friday. It
will bo remembered (hat several weeks
ago Albert Austin and A. L, Barnard
beoamo involved in a difficulty near
Banderfur's Crossing, wbioh resulted
in young Barnard being shot in the
shoulder. It was thought at the time
that Barnard was getting along all
right, but sinco then be has oontinued
to grow woiso and his death is now
hourly expected. Tho late grand jury
failed to indiot Albert Austin, they
seeming to think thero was not sufficient
evidence. Tho seriousness, of
Barnard's wound and bis proximity to
death caused the arrestof Austin Friday,
The trouble at the Crossing was
most deplorable oeeorrenee and has
oast cloud oyer tho neighborhood.
Ivy Natl hi returned from Owtnsboro.
C. M. Kudolph, faducah, Ky., I In town,
Col. S. R. Dent, of the U. 8. Life, Ii la town.
, MlMMttlle Stnderfurla vUltlngln Header-
I J. Tllford and aon, Tordivllle, were in town
I Mr. J. C. Dennett, H. pleasant, called to aee
I Hon. Jno. J. McIIenry and wife returned from
I Mm. S. A. Anderson and Miss itlla Cox will go
to Louisville Friday.
Mrs. Ktljsh Miller Is visiting her sort, W. B.
Mlller.at Ksst Bernstadt, Ky.
Mrs. II. C. Dlllraan, Ilopkinitllle, Ky., la the
guest of her sister, Mrs. R. Vaught.
County Surveyor J. B. Wilson has returned
from a visit to relatives near paradise.
Mrs. Mattle Barrett, Louisville, visited relatives
and friends In Hartford last week.
Dr. and Mrs. J, it. Pendleton led Sunday night
for Orland, Fin., to spend the-winter months.
K. r. ltocker, of the arm of I locker & Co.,
Deaver Dam, gave TlIK Hirald a pleasant call
Mr. II. Field and aon Clarence visited Louisville
last week, to have the little fellow's eyes
examined by an occullst.
Mrs. Itmlly Strlckler, Mr. Hannah Ward and
Miss Lara Ward were pleasant callers at Tub
Hbkald office last Thursday.
Our beloved and only Invincible John Kitchens,
Loganiport, Butler coanty, waa In town
yesterday. He came on business, but she had
gone to Muhlenberg connty.
Mrs. A. J. Casey, who haa been visiting her
parents, Judge and MrsK. I), walker, leavea for
her home in Owensboro to-day. She waa ac
companied by her father and brother.
Mrs.T. I.. Griffin and aon Henry, who have
been visiting near Owensboro, returned home
last week. They were accompanied by Mrs,
Griffin's sitter, Miss Katherine Craig, who will
visit h're for awhile.
OUR CLUBBING LIST.
The following publications, including
Tire Hartford Herald, will be
furnished to subscribers at prices named,
for one year. The first figures, in
small type, are tho prices of the publications
alone. Tho second row of
figures, in black type, are the prices
including Tire Herald, showing the
American Agriculturist .....( Ji cc)S.OO
Memphis Commercial Appeal. .(joc.) UO
Farmer's flnlile ...........(5oc.) 1.S0
N. V. World (l.oo) 1.7S
Harper's Magatlne .....(4 00) 4.38
Harper's Harm- -.(4.00) OO
Harper's Weekly .... (4 00) 4.50
Toledo Iliad . Coo) 1.T5
Detroit Free I'reM.. .(l,oo) 1.73
Cincinnati Weekly F.nqulrr..(l.oo) 8.00
lll.lnT..m.r ., ,, , ,, l 3.00
Journal of Agrlculture....(:.co) l.SO
Arner. Farmer Farm News.,.(joc) 1.3S
Farm, Field and Fireside . (1,00) 3.00
The Fornm ......(j 00) 3.TS
Home and Farin..........(soc.) I.S0
Semi-weekly St. Louis npubllc(l so) 3.00
New York Weekly Witness ....(! 00) 1.7S
Judge.. ..... ..m.( 00) S.38
Leslie's Illustrated Weekly.. U
W'kly Kt. Louis 3.00
Cenlnry Maraslne.,...(4.oo) 4.78
St. Mcliolat. (3.00) 3.78
Youth's CsupsnlsnfM,HMMHHHH.(i.73) 3.60
Sclentlflo American (3 00) 3.75
Chicago Saturday lllaile......( cc) 3.75
Chlcagj, Le,lger...,... 3.78
New Yrk Ledger.......(j.oo) 3.78
Atlanta Constitution.,. (1,00) 1.78
Demorest'a Magaalne w.(oo) 3.75
Tho cash must accompany each order.
as we have cut The Herald's subscrip
tion rate down in order to put tnese
publications within the roach of all.
Address Thb Herald, Hartford, Ky.
Attention. 0. A. Bi.
All Comrades in arrears of dues will
pleaso come up and settlo with the
Quartermaster, as bo has to make out
his report beforo the 25th of December
with the department of.Eentucky. By
ordor of Commander.
Wood Timslet, Commander.
JonN C. Oiiaurerlik, Adjutant.
Our efficient and affable Cirouit
Court Olerk, Mr. O. B. Likens, and
Miss Buth Coombes were quietly married
yesterday morning at 10 o'olook, at
tho home of the bride's aunt, Mrs.
Bebeoca Vaught, Rovi O. J. Bean
The wedding was a very quiet one,
only a few of tbo most intimate friends
knowing of it until after tho ceremony
had been porformod. After tho
the party left for the home of
tho groom's father near Sulphur
Springs, where reception was tendered
them. They will return to-morrow
and will take rooms at Mrs. Yaught's.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Likejis are and
have long been well knowa and have a
wide circle of friends who will wish
them all tho happiness they so nobly
For Bale or Sent, '
A tenant house on Canine Avenue,
commonly known as Doe street. Call
on or address Jno. J. MoHenry.
Cards will bo out tho 15th annoucing
the marriage of Prof. E. K. Bhultz,
principal of the Central City publio
schools, and Miss Mattie E. Willett,
Pennebaker, Ky., ati0:30, December
the 20th, at the bride's beautiful Meade
oounty homo. Tho groom is known
well and favorably as one of western
Kentucky's most efficient and popular
eduoators and a gentleman worthy the
hand and heart of the lovely young
lady with whom be is soon to be joined
for life. After a short bridal trip thoy
will return to Central City, where they
will make their home. Tna Herald
joins a host of friends in wishing that
love, peaoe and plenty may always attend
A persistent pain in tbo back indi
cates trouble in tho Kidneys. To stay
tne progress oi disease, use ur.J.ii.
MoLean's Livor and Kidney Balm, y
Deo. 11, 1804. Busines in town is
Mr. J. M. Porter, deputy sheriff, was
in our town on business Thursday.
A debating sooioty waa arganized at
this place Wednesday night with Mr.
William Baize as chairman. The sub
ject was: "Resolved that Columbus
deserves more honor for discovering
America than George Washington for
defending it." Affirmative obampion,
Mr. M. A. Embry. Negative champion,
Davie A. Royal, The decision
was rendered in favor of the; negative.
Died, a't his homo at this place the
flth inst.. Mr. Franklin Jsw. .of can
cer of the stomsoh. Hevatmiuried at
Baizetown ohuroh tho 7tb. He was
one of the oldest citizens of the neighborhood
and waa respected and Joved
by all who knew him.
The meeting at Select Christian
Cburoh is still in progress. Itev. Prico
is conducting it.
Mr. Vinson Embroy has been appointed
postmaster of this placo, vice
John D. Oliver.resigncd.
Mr. Oliver Sshoflold White has boen
appointed postmaster at Flint Springs,
Mr. Isaac 0. Boyal having resined to
go in tbo morcantilo business at Friendship,
near Fordsville, Ky.
Mr. A. J. MoCastlo and family, of
Warren county, have moved to our
Mossrs, D. A. Royal and N. A. Embry
aro now matrioulatos in school at this
Mr. Bon Smith, Daviess county, was
in our town last week.
Dr. Willie Douglass, of near Crom
well, paid the family of Davie Royal a
visit yesterday evening.
Mr. Thomas Smith, of near Select,
was in our town Sunday.
Unole William Whlto, of near
Ky., paid his son Oliver a visit
Wednesday at Flint Springs.
A. L. Royal made a business trip to
Flint Springs Wednesday.
There were seven convert baptized
at Select Sunday by Rev. Prioo, of tho
Christian church. Quill Driver.
Lilt of Letters
Rcmaiuinc in tbo at Hartford,
Ky which if not called for in 80
davs will be sent to the Dead Letter
Offico at Washington, V. v.:
Mrs. Clay York, V. Noy Westerfield,
Miss Feanle Larence, Mr. Kas Herlntan,
C. W. Gypson, Bam Cokes,
W, O. or J. D. Crow, Mlsa Lara Boswell,
Qulnton Ballard, Mrs. Jane Renfrew,
Mr. 15. C. Sutton, Harry Asplnet.
Persons calling for any of the above
letters will plesse say tnat tney sawtuom
advertised. W. II. OniFMN, P. M.
Licensed to Marry.
Geo. E. Clark and Luvinia Stewart.
Lonnie M. Stevens and Katie San
Taken up as a stray within the last
ten days by W. H. Alton living, on the
Sulphur Springs road, three-fourths of
one mile North of Rosine, Ohio county,
Ky., one pale, red heifer, about 18
months old, no marks nor brands on
her. Valued by D. 0. Allen at five dollars.
Given under my hand this November
tho 27th, 1804.
BO 4t Jas. D. Byers, P. J. T. R.
.11 l .f s
Taken nnaa an estrav bv J. W.LoneT
about 2 miles west of MoHenry, Ohio
oounty, Ky.,-one red steer, ear marked
with crop and swallow fork in right ear
and smooth crop in left ear and is
about 2 rears old next spring; appraised
bef oi o me by J. W. Loney at 88.
en under mv hand as Justico Peace Ohio
county, Ky., this 7th day of Deoomber,
1894, 60t4p R, T. Bender, J. r. O. U.
J. B. Lewis Co.. Boston, are now
making extensive alterations in their
factory at Avon, Mass., so that they
can tako care of their largely inoroased
business. Last season they were obliged
to deoline some orders in justice to
their customers. This speaks very
loudly the praises of this concern, and
while other manufacturers were closed,
they were running over time. The
Boot and Shoe Reporting Co. 'a statistics
show this firm to be doing tho
largest volume of business of srjy
manufacturer selling to the retail trade
from Boston, wbioh is the heart of the
boot and shoe industry of tho country.
This means, in these days of competition,
that up-to-date styles, oourteons
treatment and prises lower than others
care to offer, makes success.
TV.n tin aA an estrav bv O. T. Wes
terfield, living near Bell's Run church,
in Ohio county, on tho 23d of November,
1894, one brown horse, age about
10 years, and about 15 hands high, left
bind foot white and saddle and oollar
marks. Said horso has boen appraised
by me at the value of thirty-five dollars.
Witness my hand this the 3d day
of December, 1804.
JOSEPH A10K.IHLEY, J. r. U. U.
Attest: Rowan. Holdrook,
Mr. Ira P. Wetmoro. a prominent
real estate agent of San Angelo, Texas,
has used Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera
and Diarrbcaa Remedy in his family
for several years as occasion required,
and alwavs with perfect success. He
says: "I 'find it a perfeotcuro for our
baby when troubled with colio or
dysentery. I now feol that my outfit
Is not complete witnout a Dome oi mis
Remedy at home or on a trip away from
home.'r For sale by Z. Wavne Griffin
k Bro., Druggists.
If you need your
winter supplies, bring
us a load of good corn.
Persons knowing themselves indebted
to the estate of E. L. Snllonger, deceased,
by noto or account, will please
come forward and settle without further
delay and thereby save cost. The
business' of the estate must be wound
up. EnzABBTn Bell.
4714 , Executrix.
No other remedy is so reliable in
cases of sudden colds or coughs or for
any and all derangements of the throat
and lungs as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
This wonderful medicine affords great
relief in consumption, even in the ad
vanced stages of that disease.
A farm of 150 aoros, 1 miles
of Beaver Dam, in good state of cultivation,
23 acres in timber. Good
houeo, outbuildings and orchard, and
well watered. Reasonable terms.
J. A. Tatlor,
48tbp Beaver Dam, Ky.
The report of the receivers of the
Chesapeake, Ohio k Southwestern for
Ootober show gross earnings to be
$331,020.05, with expenses of 8113,811,-01,
leaving a balanco of $07,817.15.
Strayed or Stolen,
Xfo lnmAn.AnlnrAfl nllniAi flnrv. TTn
has a little white about breast and legs '
aud one-half of bis tall bobbed. Will
pay roward for bis return or informs. '
tion leading to same. He has been '
away since last Maroh.
49t3 H. P. Taxxob. ,
Monthly School Reports
for Teachers for
sale at the Herald Office
in any quantity.
For your winter reading,'
tako The Herald. Only $1 ,25
per YEAR. I
Highest Honors World' Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
irom Ammonls, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Deo. 12, 1894. Mr. Henry Godshaw
is visiting his mother and family at Owensboro
and Charles is visiting Mr. A.
Godshaw, of Beda.
Bnsinoss is not desd, but a little dull.
Bro. Oox baa a large attendance at
Woodward's Valley church and is doing
muoh good in that community.
May God speed the time when all
ohnrohes may be aroused to a sense of
Bro. Rob Carson filled Bro. Felix's
appointment at Washington last Sabbath.
Bro. Carson is a good speaker,
and may ho press forward in tho good
cause he has begun.
On account of ill health, Mr. Ernest
Woodward hag retired from school at
Mr. Jasper Ford, of Pleasant Ridge,
was in town Sunday.
Mr, W. Q. Parks will occupy a part
of W. 0. Bennett's store and handle
The sehool at this placo is progress
ing nicely under tbo oontrol of Prof.
U. C. Barnett. Sqcioss.
Fordsville Voting Precinct Divided.
Onto Countt a.t
cruder Term, 1B94.J" DCl"
December 8, 1804.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
court that there were more than three
hundred and fifty votes cast in Fordsville
voting precinot at the last (November
1804; regular election; it is
therefore ordered that said precinot
be and the samo is hereby divided into
two voting precincts by a lino beginning
with tho Hartford, Uines Mill
and Fordsville road at tho Magan precinct
lino, near bridge at Joe Smith's,
thence with said road to the corporate
limits of the town of Fordsville, thenoe
with Hartford street in said town to its
intersection with Main street, thenoe
West with Main street to its intersection
with Walnut street; thenoo North
with Walnut street to tho corporate
limits of the town of Fordsville: thence
with the Fordsrillo and Friendship
road to the Hancock county line. All
of the present Fordsville voting pro
cinct on the East of said division line
shall constitute one voting precinot and
the voting placo therein shall be in the
town of Fordsville and the namo thereof
shall be "East Fordsville."
All that portion of the present Fordsville
voting precinct on the West of
said division line shall constitute another
of said voting precincts and the
name thereof shall be "West Fordsville"
and tho voting placo therein shall bo in
the town of Fordsville.
A copy. Attest:
Clerk Ohio County Court.
By L. M. Render, D. 0.
State of KEiNTUCKY, "J
Ohio County Court, Sct.
December Term, 1894. J
December 3, 1894.
E. B. Pendleton and others
having heretofore lodged with
tho Judge of this court a petition
for an election to bo hold
in tho town of Hartford, pursuant
to tho General Local
Option Law, said potition is
now filed of record, and said
petitioners having deposited
Euflicicnt money with tho
Judge of this Court to. defray
expenses hereof and of said
election, it is therefore order
ed that tho Sheriff of Ohio
county bo and ho is hereby
directed to open a poll at each
voting placo in tho town of
Hartford, Kentucky, on tno
30th day of January, 1895, to
tako tho sense of tho legal
voters of said town whether or
not spirituous, vinous and
malt liquors shall bo sold in
said town and whether or not
tho law now in force prohib
iting tho sale, barter and loan
of and traffic in such liquors
in said town shall become inoperative.
Tho Clerk of this
court is directed to proparo
poll books and ballots for said
election as directed by law.
Tho Shoriff will advertise said
election as required by law.
A Copy. Attest:
It. HoMinooK, Clerk.
By L. M. Render, D. C.
Pursuant to an ordor of tho
Ohio County Court, thoro
will ho ononed a noil in
each of tho voting precincts
in narttoru, ivomucKy.ou mo
o.nfl ,lnr nf .Tnminrv. .. , lROn.
" "j j ', -
tweon tho hours of 7 o'clock,
n. m. nnd 4 o'clock n. m.. to
tako tho sense of legal votors
in said town on tho question
whetnor or not tno jocai law
now in forco prohibiting tho
salo of spirituous, vinous and
malt liquors in said town,
shall becomo inopomtivo
This Docombor, 11, 1804.
J. P. Stevens,
SJiorifT Ohio County.
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