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A Big Com
Santa 61a us and Fair Bros, & Co.
Beg to announce Jo the people1 of this vicinity that they have
'gone into partneiIn'p for the HOLIDAY season and expect
by their joint ellortA to
Give Everybody a Good Time!
Do not let anybody deceive you by misrepresentation into
believing that BANTA ('LAI'S is in any way interested in
any other stock or store. This is
Santa Clans' Headquarters!
As is proven by the AHl'NDANCE and VARIETY of
our stock nutl by the liberal way in which customers are
treated. Ve have in store -
fl Series of Surprises
Kor those who visit us. GREAT SURPRISES in the VARIETY
of our Display, in CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES, in
HOLIDAY RARGAINS, and above all else
Our Prices are Surprises
So 'surprisingly low that they oiler tho greatest inducement
possible, to those who know what a bargain is.
BEAVER BAM RAILROAD TIME TABLE
No. j Kiprru mil Mitt. . . 1 p. m
No. ji lcl . . (top, m.
NO. ; Mtll ssil.Kiprrw. . . II i6p. m,
No. I Hiiitmi . , o. in,
llARLKN MKIkICK Agent.
gatlford Wfchltj gcrattl
WrnxicsoAT, Dbckuiikr 10.
Hall Jlroa. want a few fat Hogs.
Soo Tub Hbiulu'h Clubbing List.
.Head Tins Hkuald and keep posted.
Drossd Geoso,for salo at Hall Bros'.
A. L. Knott, of near Ilaynosville, is
Big lino overcoats at Fair Bros, ie
Tale your Buttor and Eggs to Hall
rienly of good food at 0. L. Flold'e
Onpe paper, all shades, at Fair Bros.
Go to Hall's for nil kinds of freBli
tfqV anything in tho tfowelry lino, 0.
Wobavo lots of N. O,
toffiUOO. Oabsox & Co.
Mft Z. Wayno Qriffln & Bro. for
4Oall on 0. L. Field whon you want
Call on Z. Wayno Qriffln & Bro. for
" ,One dollar buys lots of goods at Fair
Bros. & Co's.
i. If you noed a now Wrap, oorao to
7 Oarson & Co.
For all kinds of holiday goods call on
W. Dt Taylor.
Don't forgot our stock of
ohiefs for Xmas. Oabsqk & Oo.
' Roraemhor that 0. L. Field is still in
tho buggy business.
Finest lino of Handkerchiefs in town
at Fair Bros. & Co's.
The plaoe to buy your Boots and
Shoes is at Bohapmiro's.
Tho latest and freshest fruits oan bo
found at W. P. Taylor's.
' Oysters, Celery and refreshments of
all kinds at Carson . I-Go's.
GO to Hall Bros, for all kinds of
fow,ls during the Holidays.
Come to Carson & Co. if you noed
anything for Xmas presents.
Fresh oysters served in any style day
or night at
Z. waynk arnvvm lino's.
Clans anil Fair Bros, t Co!
Shoes for tho icoplo at popular prices
at Schapmire's, Call and see.
If you neid Fruits, Candies and
Nuts, como to Carson & Co.
Teacher' Monthly Reports for salo
at Tub IIkiiald offlco cheap.
Wo bavo tho prettiest and newest
stock of Ties iu town. Oaosok & Co.
Mr. J. W. Thomas, formerly of
has moved to a farm near ITcllin.
81 buys a pair mcu'sShocs (full stock)
and a pair lcathor stringsat Sohapmiro's.
For nil kinds repairing watches,
docks, jewelry call on 0. R. Martin.
Allio Rico and Miss Katio Tool will
bo married at tho brido's homo to-day.
Special prices in all lines from now
until aftor Xmas at Fair Bros, k Co's.
Boys, buy a nice Rocker for your
mother, sistor or sweetheart at Carson
We have tho finest display of candies,
fruits nuts etc., etc., to bo found anywhere.
Z. Watnk Griffin k Bno.
W. D. Taylor is headquarters for
anything yon need in tho general or
fanoy grocory line.
For a good Bhave, shjnglo or shampoo,
call on Perry Watkins, tho barber,
at the Paco old stand.
Seo Fair Bros. k Co's display of
Xmas toys. Thoy aro euro to please.
Prices remarkably low.
Sam Lako BDd Miss No rah Nation
wero marriod at tho brido's homo in
Daviess county last Suuday.
Tho Commercial Hotel leads nnd will
have two largo turkeys and plenty of
bear meat on Christmas day.
Perry Watkins, tho barber, guaran.
toes a smooth shave, an elegant hair-out,
and ovorything first-class.
Order stands, ink stands, card ro
celvers, pin trays and nil lato novolties
found only at Fair Bros. k Go's. .
Tho protraotod mooting which has
been going on at the Alpha Baptist
ohuroh horo cloBedSundayynight.
Fair Bros, and Co's tablo soarss, table
linens, towels, napkins and stamped linen
goods aro tho talk of tho town.
Mr, Worth Tiobenor and Miss May
Millor, daughter of Amos Miller, wero,
married nt tho bride's homo tho 12th
For a good shave, shinglo or shampoo
call on Perry Watkins, at the Paoe old
stand. Give him a call and get first-
class work. .
A wild doer was seen in a field noar
Beda, Ky., last Saturday. There is
said to bo anothor in the bottoms jnst
J. E. Oornolius nnd W. H. Mauzy
have jnst oompletod a handsome stock
barn for Capt. B. K. Cox on his farm
in tho oast end of town.
Don't forget the educational mass
meeting at Alexander school house next
Saturday night at 0:30. Let all frionds
of cduoatio'n be presont.
All ont for tho Cowtnorclal Hotel on
Christmas day, for thoy will bo
rd to feed all comors on bear moat,
Como ono and nil and try tho rarity.
A nico Cloak for Xmas. What mora
suitable gift could you givo? Fair
Bros. k Co. keep them nt the right
James Casoy and Miss Dolilah Ilinos,
diiugbtor of Mrs. Sarah A. Ilinos, will
bo united iu tho holy bonds of matrimony
nt tho brido's homo noxt Tuesday.
County Clork elect D. M. Hooker
moved his family to Hartford last
Thursday and will occupy tho Rowo
property recently vacated by Wm.
Wo havo Jnst received a big lino of
Shoes; also a big lot of Lcathor, Finding,
Razor Strops and Laco Leather.
Call ou us when you need anything in
our lino. HciiAruiiiK.
Fur well-fatted, gonunino
bear rmnt.cnll on Hall Bros, during the
holidays. This is no fako but tho truth.
Call and get Home of tho meat and bo
Wantp.d -A young man to learn a
profitable trailo. Will bo required to
btvo a small capital to iy expenses
while learning. Call at this office for
Invitations are out announcing a
Phantom Reception to bo givou nt tho
(Initford Houho on Decomber 28th,
which promises to bo ono of the grandest
events of tho season.
Tho cose of tho Commonwealth vs.
Albert Austin was called last Friday
and tho Commonwealth not being
ready on account of absont witnesses,
tho case was continued until to-day.
Somo unknown parties broko into A.
Lett's ilouriug milt at Lewis' Station
on tho O. k N. R. R. last Friday night
and took 1,000 pounds of flour and four
sacks of bran. No cluo to tho burglar.
Photographer A. D. Taylor can bo
found in his elegant photo car in Hartford
on Monday of each week, all
day, and at Beaver Dam tho balance
of tho timo. For first-class work, call
on him. 40y
What could bo nicer for a Christmas
presont to a lady friond than a popular
magazine? It would bo a regular re
minder of your kindness. Seo Tiir
Hriialu's Clnbbing List and let ns or
der ono for you.
The recent protracted meeting at
Woodward's Valley, conducted by Rev.
W. I). Cox, is said to havo been one of
tho most successful over held there.
Thero wero 40 conversions, Uo additions,
10 reclaimed and 0 restored.
Marvin Bean has bogun building an
elegant bath room and harbor shop
combined, on tho vacant lot between
Taylor k MoHonry's law office and tho
Commercial Hotel. Let the improve
ment go on. Why can't wo havo'a fine
brick on tho burnt corner?
Buck Morton's stnblo at Owensboro
was burned last Sunday night. It is
supposed that it caught from a cigarette
or match thrown down by some boys
who had been playing in tho stable that
afternoon. Mr. Morton's horso and
buggy wero gotton ont, but tho feed
Mr. Moso Thompson hag pnrchasod
tho Deunefield Oonl Minos and is now
putting in now machinory throughout.
Mr. M. Nolcs, representing tho Southern
Manufacturing Co., of Princeton,
is doing tho work, Mr. Noles is a flue
mechanio and will soon havo everything
in running order,
Claronco Dennis, son of O. 0. Den
nis, happened to n very painful accident
while returning home from church
at Prcntia last Friday night. It seems
that his horse slipped and fell with him
while crossing a bridgo, breaking Mb
leg. Ho was resting as woll as could bo
expected at last account.
O. P. Andorson and Miss Edna B.
Fought wero married at the residence
of B. F. Snllcngor last Snnday. Rov.
G. J. Bean spoko tho words that mado
this happy couplo ono. Mr. and Mrs.
Anderson with a fow of their most intimate
friends, wero royally entertained
at J. T, Patterson's Monday,
Tho rMotbodist meeting at Prontis
continues with unabating interest
Over forty havo professed faith in
Christ and tho altar is still crowded
with penitent seekers. Rov. T. G. Fallen
left last night for bis homo in Han-cook
county. Tho pastor is alone now so
far as ministerial holp is oonoernod.
Virgil Jackson, a negro foil out with
two white men, 'Bill Cooper and Ed
Holder at Navo'a storo on Panther
Crook last Saturday and. fired a pistol
at them. Tho ball struck Cal Vanover,
a bystauder, in tho chin, making an
ugly flesh wound, and parsed, on striking
a horso belonging to a,man namod
Bridges. Jackson mado good his
Tub HgiiaIiU's Clubbing List em
braces tho bost periodicals in the
al linos montioned. Wo bavo mado it a
point to doal only with publications,
and havo ondoavored to have
variety enough to please the most exacting.
Anything in the farm, literary,
scientific or nows lino mny bo had at
prices muoh bolow tho rogular subscription
T. J. Motton, Marvin Bean, E. G.
Rhoads, Misses Margaret Barbour and
Rosa Wcornor.ol tno wetnouist ouurou,
jirnesi iuorion, jiruuo xruoj, iuimch
Carrio Wmrner, Emma Fair, Sue
xeisor, oi mo unpust onurcn, uenry
Nail, Iva Nail, Missos Hennio
e'r, Stella Thomas, Birdie Nail, of tho
Presbyterian ohuroh, constitute tho
oommlttoe on arrangomont for the
Christmas treo at tho court house next
Monday night. - ,
The Herald has il pretty straight
that Sheriff-elect 0. P. Keown has so
lected J. H. Roberts, T. I
Stovona Cromwell, and Thomas Bishop, '
Oontertown, as threo of his four dopu
ties. The deputy for the Buford
tory has not yot been decided upon.
The Herald also gives it as a pretty
straight tip that County Court Clork.
elect D. M. nockcr has deolded on J.
W, Tabor as bis deputy. Ho will like-
ly retain L. M. Render for two or threo
months until ho bocomos thoroughly
familiar with tho dntics of tho office.
Tho thiot who entered Taylor k
law office on the night of the
Othinst., and stole 81,200 in bonds together
with some worthless paper in a
largo envelope were kind and thoughtful
enough to return the envelopo,
and the papers to Mr. Taylor
through ono of tho postofllco boxes on '
tho street. But before doing this he
took tho pains to soo that tho bonds'
wore not in it.
It is hoped that tho oommittemon for
4 tin BAttAvat HiAninlncI! illa4vln mill
appoint as many assistanto as thoy may
deem necessary and raise tho sum of
878.42 in any way that may seem best '
to them and report the same to tho
early as possible, for it is
ono of tho grandest enterprises for the
county and Stato over inaugurated.
Jar. F. CAnsov,
Chairman Bureau of Immigration for
Ohio county and State of Kentucky.
Mr. Wm. Lyons, who has been a
resident of Harford for the past 2
years, moved bis family back to his
farm at Ilaynesvillo lust Wednesday.
Mr, Lyons has served as marshal for
tho town of Hartford most acccptedly
for tho past several months. Ho was
deputy marshal for somo timo beforo his
appointment as marshal. We regret to
lose from our midst such an estimable
family. Mr. Lyons was in town Monday
and Tuesday winding up his official
work preparatory to returning to his
Hon. A. B. Montgomery writes ns
from Washington that he has ordered a
competitive examination to bo held at
Elizabctbtown, Ky., on the 2d day of
January, 1805, toseloct from tho Democratic
applicants for tho position, a cadet
for the Military Academy at West
Point. Applicants must be bctwoen
17 and 22 years of age, not less than
five feot in height, and physically
sound. The HRmiiD gives this to the
public, that all who aro eligible and de
sire tho plaoe, may have an opportuni
ty to compete.
Azro Muflbrd, of Huntsville, Butler
county, wbcrbas been teaching school
in District No. 25 near Cromwell, was
dismissed by tho trustees last Friday
morning. It seems that there has
been considerable dissatisfaction about
tho mannor in which the school was
conducted tho greater part of which
grow ont of the refusal of Mr. Muflbrd
to teach certain hranohes. Last
Wednosday at noon while the teacher
was absent getting his dinner, the pupils
barred the door and when ho returned,
and being unable to get the door
open any other vray, ho broke it down,
wont in and proccded to givo the
pupils n lectnro, tho language of which
as wo are informed was not of the best
sort At any rate tho trustees met as
above stated and dismissed him from
tho school. An appeal will likely bo
taken to tho.Superintcndent.
James Gary, tho 11-year-old son of
Squire Gary, of near Spring Lick, was
bitton by what is snpposod to bo a
dog last Thursday. It seems that
whilo playing with the dog. it suddenly
began to snap and bit him in several
places on the shin and at once loft
homo, going to a neighbor's about 2
miles distant, where it began to bite
several gocso and hogs when the owner
came upon the sceno and killed the
dog. Yonng Gary was taken to Dr.
Rains at Spring Lick Sunday and a
madstone was proenred and appliod
andadherodforawhile and thon loosened
its hold and tho stone was hold too
near tho fire in beating and was rendered
worthless. Tho parents and friends of
the boy learned of tho madstone in
Tub Herald offlco and tho boy accompanied
by bis father and Enos
to Hartford Monday and
took tho stone and applied it.
Tho Owensboro Inquirer says:
Rev. J. Russell Crawford, the popular
pastor of tho Cumberland Presbyterian
ohurch, in this city, has tendered
bis resignation, to take effect April
1, 18U5. Rev. Crawford has been the
pastor of the 0. P. church at this plaoe
for several years, and hna made many
friends bore. He is ono of tho leading
young ministers of his denomination,
and will render his church good
work wherever bo goes. Ho will probably
engage in synodical work in
Mr. Crawford is a brother-in-law to
Hartford, having married one of Hartford's
most excellent women, Miss
Adah iialrd, and he has many
frionds here who will always feel
an Interest in his life's ohangos and his
work. He is a strong man and will always
command a high plaoe in bis
On Saturday, Deoember 29, 1804, we
will award tho following premiums on
tho bost samples of tobacco grown in
Ohio county in 1604 and with tho aid of
Homestead Tobacco Grower. Eaoh
sample to contain as muoh as 10 pounds
and the grower to furnish a statoment
of amount of fertilizer used and cultivation
of crop: $10.00 in gold for best
Pryorj 810.00 in gold for best Burley.
Tobacco to bo exhibited at our storo at
or about 2 o'olook. Everybody invited
to como in. Hockeu k Oo.
Taken up as a stray within tho last
inn iIavh hv W. TT. Allnn lfvlntr. nn tlin
,RnlI1l,1. Hm-in mud. thrnn.fnnrlha nf
ono mn jjorih of Rosine, Ohio
ly( Ky one pa0( red heifer, about 18
monti,g 0j,i n0 marks nor brands on
hori Valued by D. O. Allen at five
jftrg Qjven onjor my nttnj ti,ig No-
vember tho 27th. 1804.
60 4t Jat. D. BranB, P. J. T. R.
Wo hold for collection all notes and
accounts of Dr. J. E. Pendleton. Per
sons indebted to him will please call
and make best settlement thoy can.
01t2 Taylor & MoHenrv.
. It you need your
Winter SUDpHeS. bring
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MO B '6 u'
Mr. A. Rom, Cents rtowa, called to ice ua yn
Mr. I.. B. Stcremt (pent first of the week la
Mri. M. N. Toirntend I tltlling friends and
reltlve In Berler, Ky. I
Wesley Mauiy, Reaver Dam, called to see us
while In town Monday, I
County Surveyor J. H. Wilson la doing some
surveying at McIIenry this week.
Master J. Ney Foster la visiting his grandfather,
Rev. J. A. Dennett, at Ueda.
Mrs. Karl Codings and little daughter.Mamle,
Glenvllte, Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Lucy
Mrs. S. K. Cox and daughter, Miss Klla, and
Mrs. 8. A. Anderson returned from Louisville
D. D. London, Rosine; D. T. Wilson, Horse
Branch, and AD. Stanley, Rochester, 'called to
see us while In town Monday,
Mrs. Ulysses Shown, of near Beda, led
Wednesday morning for St. Louis, Mo , where
she goes to join her husband and make It her
Mr. A. Lee Kowe, of the Revenue service,
Unlontown, who l visiting relatives near
during his few weeds' vacation, called
to see us while In town Monday,
On the 24th and 25th of this month
thero will be a gathering of all tho
children of Dr. J. S. Coleman nnd his
wife at their home in this city, which
aggregate 14 iu number now living,
pamely: Jndge Q. B. Coleman, of
Greenville, Ky., who is a lawyer; H. J.
Coleman, cotton grower, of Dcsitan,
Texas; E. M. Coleman, manuger iu
chief of the Commercial Building and
Loan Trust Co., Louisville, Ky. ; P. T.
Coleman, Stato agent for said Commercial
Trust; J. P. Coleman, cashier
of tho Walter A. Wood Co., of Cincinnati,
Ohio; Prof. J. D. Coleman, principal
of the city school of Frankfort,
Ky.j Mrs. Gertrude Howlott, of South
Carrollton, Ky.; Miss Sallie M. Colo,
man, of tho faculty of Hartford College.
Tho foregoing are tho children
of Dr. Coleman.
Tho following are tho children of
Mrs. Coleman, namely: Esq. O. L.
Field, liveryman and mail contractor;
also Mr. Henry Field, same occupation,
both of Hartford, Ky.; Edward Field,
farmer, of Buford, Ky., Ben L. Field,
traveling salesman fcr Simmons Hardware
Co., St. Lonis, of Bowling Green,
Ky.; J. S. Field, book-keeper for
Walter A. Wood & Co., Cincinnati,
Ohio, and Mrs. John E. Magan, Buford,
Ky. These together with their
husbands and wives and children will
compose the company that is expected
to assemble: at the lovely home of onr
distinguished fellow-citizen, Dr. Colo-man,
next Monday and Tnesday.
This will be their first and porhaps
their last meeting in this life. Of
course the aged father and mother look
forward, together with their children
ahd grandohildron, to this occasion with
no ordinary interest, while we, their
neighbors and friends, wish them a
happy meeting. Tho interest felt in
suoh occasions must bo experienced to
One milch cow, half Jersey; now
giving two gallons milk a day. Will
sell cheap. For further information,
call at TnE Herald Office.
The Inquirer has a snake story as is
a snake story and it is a true one, for a
wonder. There has been a don of rat
tlesnakes near Island station, on the
O. and N, railroad, that has caused the
farmers living in that locality to drive
out of their way to dodge them for several
summers past. This fall several
residonta around Beelor's Knob, whore
the rattlors hibernated, determined to
clean ont tho snakes. Sand was sprinkled
along the hillside to track tho creeping
things and tho plan worked. Saturday
three or four farmers nnd all tho
miners at Island went on a snake raid.
They loo a ted the snakes in a cliff and
nsed dynamite to blast open tbo den.
Tho result was satisfactory. Twenty-nine
rattlers wero blown out and ten
pilot snakes escaped in tho rocks. Tho
miners bad thoir oatoh on exhibition at
Island Saturday evening.
A farm of ISO nores, l miles
of iieaver Dam, in goou stato oi cultivation.
25 aores in timber. Oood
house, outbuildings and orchard, and
well watered, xteasonauie terms.
J. A. Taylor,
48t5p Beaver Dam, Ivy,
A New Method.
The Owensboro Leaf Tobacco association
met yesterday and agreed to
ohange their rules so far as controversies
were concerned. They decided
that if tho buyer and seller cannot
agree, tho tobacco is to bo returned to
the warehouse, unloaded and weighed
and the arbitration committeo shall do-
cido on the price to be paid. If the
tobacco does not equal the snmplo, tho
warehousemen pay a fine of 83 and
costs, and should it oome up to tho
sample, the buyer is to pay a $S fino
and costs. Heretofore, disputes havo
been compromised as best as could bo
Licensed to Marry.
G. B. Likonsand Miss Rnth Coombes.
Worth Tiohnor and Miss May Miller.
Sampson Lako and Mies Leona Nation.
O. P Andorson and Edna B. Faught.
Olhe Rico and Katio Teel.
James Casey and Miss Deliah Hines.
A persistent pain in the back indicates
trouble in tho Kidneys. To stay
tho progress of disease, use Dr. J. II.
MoLean'a Livor and Kidney Balm, y
Judgo Edwards handed down an
opinion at Louisville last Monday affecting
a largo number of educational
and charitable institutions in tho State.
In tho case of tho Trustees of tho Kentucky
Femalo Orphans' Homo "vs. tho
City of Louisville, the court bold that
it was not tho intention of tbo law that
tho exemption from taxation granted to
snob institutions sbonld bo extended
beyond the local property held by
them and constituting part of the in
For Sale I
A house and lot in Hartford, known
as tho Massie property. Has five rooms
and good outbuildings. Terms reasonable.
For further information apply to
Wm T. nuntor. 4t)tf.
S - AJST
To all his friends and
WHERE CAN BE FOUND THE MOST IMMENSE LINE OF
WOU cannot fail to find a smtablo Christmas Present in this large and elegant display.
Here you will find Dolls bigger than the biggest baby, large fine Albums and Oil Pniiitv
ings for the parlor, the latest in all the popular Novels, elegant Plush and Leather Sets, "Work
Baskets, Shell Boxes, Wisp Holders, Jjino Lamps and Vases, Musical Instruments, Fancy
Shell Ornaments, Games, Children's Trunks, Doll Buggies, Drums, Toy Pianos, Ten Pins,
Wagons, Horns in fact, too many things to mention here. The stock must bo seen tobu ap
preciated. Call early and get
Deo. 17, 189 1 Business in town is
Miss Jessie Qillstrap is on tho sick
list at this writing.
Rev. O'Brian baptized IS in tho river
at this place last Tuesday, the result of
the protracted mooting atQreon River
Miss Devore Arbuckle, daughtor of
J. S. Arbuckle, near this place, is ipiito
sick at this writing. Sho has pneumonia.
Ex-Senator Jno. W. Martin was in
town last Saturday.
Esquires Stovens and Martin bold
their courts at this place last Friday uurt
A great many of our citizens havo
been attending tho protracted meeting
at Frentis the last few days.
Mr. J. R. Herrel, onr now postmaster,
is making an efficient olllatr and is
liked by ono and all.
Sohool at this place is progressing
nicely and tho peoplo all ncom woll
Ono buy horso 15J hands high;
will weigh 1,000 pounds; woll broke
to work auvwhoro fine driver an
excellent family horso. Call on or
address Hartford Herald, Hartford,
Ky. , 44 tf
Gov. MoKinley finds it difficult to
work himsolf into tbo proper stato of
joy over tho Republican victory,
tho more he studies the mattor
the moro certain ho becomes that
is dead. Shelby Nows.
Ksplonaffe ut Constantinople.
Strong protests como from both tho
foreign and natlvo Inhabitants of
against tho oppressive policy
of espionage recently cuforced by
tho sultan's government, says n correspondent.
Tho minions of tho sultan
even scent political .conspiracy in a gar-don
party or nball. Sometimes snob
iusult is added to iujnrybyau order
that a representative of tho palooo be
present. Tho lattor step was adopted recently
at tho mutual distribution of
prizes at tho English high school for
An international matrimonial paper,
printed in threo languages, is about to
ruako its appearance in Btrliu. Jour
nal of Education.
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