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J ,,' - M.-M, KAH5J Prop.
and so will you when you see onu Holiday stock. Instead of laughing in your sleeve
you will laugh in your stocking, which won't seem half big enough to hold the gifts
PEOPLE WITH BIG FEET
will be proud of the fact when they realize the bargains that will go into the big
stockings. We can t spare space to give a list of our stock and to attempt to judge
of our display by samples would be like lying down on one feather to judge how a
feather bed-would feel. You can't
rS - :Put the 0&3& in a Teaemp,
And we can't put a list of goods in an advertising space. Come and see the goon's;
that's the only way. Feast your eyes upon the array of gifts that are going to make
thousands happy. Come! For that's the only way we can convince you that this is
leaders in everything, and take a back seat
Mrs. J. R. Philips is ill.
Cascbicr's 'bus meets nil trains
Circuit Court ndjourned ycterdiy
For fresh oysters go to O. L.
Klein it Co.
Still more new good coming in at
The best ius at C. L. Field call
hihI bo convinced.
Mr. V7V. lender who lias la
grippe is imprnviug.
Give U. L. Field's a cali when
you want to go to Beaver Dam.
Don't fail to call on Williams,
Bell it Co. for your holiday gifts.
Remember that C. L. Field has
never tailed to meet the daily tiains.
Vnu can get tho very best ot meals
at tho Hartford Houso ior only 25
Remember you will get tho best
lor your money by dealing with
J. M. Cacbier.
Good rigs good drivers and u more
accomodating man can not be found
auy where than C. L Field's.
Remember when you come to towu
that Casebier has tho best of com and
hay, and will tnko thf best of care of
stock left in his charge.
Jolly Jim Casebier will Ireat you
right. Let him tnko care of your
horse when you come to town and
you will bo convinced.
"Sura & Mo" seem to ho enjoying
a fine Christmas trade. They hint
at an extra surpriso for next Wednesday
"Who is the best liveryman in Hart-for?"
usked ono traveling man of
another. "J. M. Casebier, because
ho has tho best feed gives tho best
and fastest transfers."
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Wlnif tuiii (ten Till C r! jtitiM j Itrai.
II liUb IIIUIU UOUIHI VIMigUllll' N VJ" i
ent can you buy your boy tlinn n
suit clothes or Ovcraoat, como nml
see them, narao your piico and take
them homo at Ivahn's.
Finger Rings, Scarf
Pins, Cuff Buttons, Collar Buttons,
Breast Pius, Laoo Pins, Mournings
Pins and almost anything you need
m tho jewelry lino at C. R. Martin's,
. Tho oyster supper nttlie. , Masonic
Hall, Beaver Dam, on Saturday niht
De:. 20th, will bo a most cnjoyahlo
afTuir. No pains will bo spared to
mako it a grand time for all who attend.
Let ovory body'come.
What is tho uso to givo prices in
tho paper, when you can bny tho
week before Xmus, ft no suits,
Overcoats, Hats, Boots and Shoes nt
your own price, at tho Trade Palace.
M, M. Kah.v.
Fur Muffx, Capes, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels. Wc have
been very fortunate in getting a large line of Novelties at pi ices
no competitor can touch. Como early for these goods. The
rush is now on us. Wo can show you tho brightest, prettiest
lino of Smyrna Bugs, Turkish Ottomans, blipper Box, Brussels,
Hassocks, etc., ever exhibited here. They have not hung out
in the sun all past summer, but aro fresh, blight nud pretty.
1'iico them, only 51.75, nud Sil.OO.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
What could bo more suitable for a Christmas gift, as well
ns beneficial, than n pair of Boots or Shoe for your con or
daughter? Itcmcmhcr, we will sell them cheap in order that
no little boy or girl shall bo disappointed,
. OVERCOATS AND SUITS.
We all have to have them, and Christmas is the time to
buy. Don't forget that our stock is large, mid must he reduced.
We aro slaughtering prices in these good'' day after day.
Como and sec the (iggot lino, cleanest stock, lowest priced
goods in Ohio county.
?"T. 1 frll
Reatl Fair Brn. it Co.'s "ad."
Sao G. L. lvleiu it Co. for all kinds
of fancy Christmas notions.
Santa CI iih linesl ChrNtmiH pies-cuts
will In found in abundance tit
(5 L Kb in itCoV.
When you want to j:o to Beaver
Dim lie mii e Mini leave our oulew
with Cacbier it .Son.
For fancy caudie and dainties
Suil.i CLu.s will hold liis nc.ul Uarters
nt (i. i. Klein itCo's.
County Attorney, R. S. Todd, and
J. Y. Sma'l, ofDavies countv, aro
Ktojiping at tho Hartford House.
They know thtir old friends S. B.
Hnwnrd and wife, ami could trust
them fur good grub.
The cajc of the Commonwealth
against John Franks for breaking into
a store, near McHcury, came up
yesterday evening before Judge Morton.
Franks waived examining trial
nnd was held under n $200 bond to
nppcar belore tho Circuit Couit.
It will bo very gratifying to the
many friends of Mr. II. C. Duvall.
of Big Clifty, who fell from n gangplank
nt iiastview a few week ngo
and hroko his leg, to know that ho
is rapidly improving, and will soon
be nolo to bo out again.
Mr. J. Will Tompkins, of
and Mits Lucy Morton, of Sulphur
Springs, weio married at the
First Baptist Church, Owensboro, on
Tuesday night. It was a inot
social happening that joined tho
loving heaits of two young people
whoso future is moit auspicious.
Mr. Wilbur T. Hnyward, the
genial young attorney, will, on tho
JlUth of thh miinth, be married to
Jlibs Mudalcno Ethoridge. Mr.
is a punperous nnd popular
young attorney of tho Hartfoid bar.
Mis? Eiheridgo hamauy friends hero
who will gladly welcomes her ngniu in
A Mistake Corrected.
I will not bo scattered iiroiind, as
rumor says, but will bo at L. B. Beans
next Thuisday and will make Head
quarters lhc.ro timing thuHo'iidajs,
jll hnvo u niee present for every
body oiiuo mi'l see mo.
An Unthankful Tlnof.
On Monday ovening a stranger
presented himself at tho home of Mr.
J. JiJ. Colomtin, living on tho Town-send
farm, ono milo from town, and
asked for lodgiug over night. 'litis
was granted, but what was .Mr. Cole-man
s surpriso on Tuesday morning
to find tho stranger gone, togcthej
with a now suit of clothes, n watch,
Bomo money, a barlow knifo and
n razor. Mr. Coleman came to town
nt once, and ho nnd Deputy Sheiitf
Johnson gave chneo to the clover
thief. Tlicv were soon on his trail,
but somewhere on tho Owensboro
road ho took to tho woods nnd the
pursuit had to bo abandoned. Ho
wag a tall, fair-skinned, young
I man, with a rich brogue. Ho will
weigh about ono hundred aim sixty-five
pounds. Ho will doubtless bo
captured during tins week.
for no competitor.
A verv unfortnunto nfi'air occurred
near Betla last Friday. Mr. Anie
Shown, a wclhtot'o, but
ed, farmer, took n pair of shoca home
to his wife, who, in a spirit of ftri,
twitted aim about their quality, when
liu became suddenly filiated, aud
picked up a p.iker and attempted to
strike her on the head, but was pro-Vented
by olio of the childiou. He
then began punishing her with his
list, nud finally after kicking and
beating her for somo time, dashed
her against tho wall and fractured
her collar bone. Thi is ono side of
the story. Tho other is that Shown
took tho shoes homo to his wife, who
immediately threw tlicm into the fire.
Showu then picked tip the poker to get
them out, his wife attempted to wrench
the poker from his grasp, and that if
tho woman was hurt at nil she did it
in this tussle, nml that Shown did
not at anv timo striko or kick her.
But when it is lemembcred that he
was divorced fiom his former wifo for
misticatiuent, scarcely less brutal,
tins hitter part of tho tale sounds
Mrs.Shown came to Hartford as soon
ns sho was nblo to do so and is now
with her brother Mr. James Barnctt.
ShoStus brought suit for a divorce
and has liid her husband's property
uttnehed. Shown came into town
Tuesday to givo bond that ho might
bo allowed to cuter tho house, that
only a few days ago was his, but
failing to tvo bond ho is denied that
privilege. Such is tho (ate of a
Get your holiday meils at tho
Hartfoid House. Only 25 cents.
W. E. McFariahd's Auction House
is the placayf) sell your tobacco,
Selling nt iiion is growing moie
popular wjfjf furmors eveiy year,
more cspecrjly 6luco tuo torniaiion
of tho Oweusuoro Tobacco Association,
which furnishes protection to
both hujer nud seller, Tho law of
the Association says that if buyer nnd
seller cannot agree as to whether or
not tho tobacco comes up to Bumple
sold by, that a icputnblo
shall rind certify to same,
nnd both sample,) shall bo laid before
n rccluuatioii committee, who slnill
tcttlo tho matter! Tina, wo think is
perfectly fair lojboth buyer nnd seller
and will cuuwj many to sell their
tobacco at auction that never did before.
Wo uro prepared to break
Ilhd, tobacco, aiftd trust tanners at a
distance will givo mo a liberal patronage,
os it has long since been conceded
that tho Owensboro market is
a? good as auy ui the State. Argument
is unnecessary, jfjijst watch for
prices weekly in this Fer,
Resp'y, W, E, JjWsj'aw.and,
.'id Bt. just below court house.
MBr wekk'h BAI.V.,
Prior lenf from 82.00 to 89,00.
" lugs " 82.00 to 80.10.
Have sold but little Biirloy from
8.1 for leaf aud lugs to 83.20 for leaf
Pali! for Conf ant Wheat
at tlie Water
7 t tr .- ri.. u
2 J. ol 1 VV
13ut an unprecedented opportunity to obtain useful and ornamental gifts at prices that
positively cannot be duplicated. The best and biggest stock; the greatest novelties and
lowest prices are to be found at our store.
Wo hnvo only space to suggest a few articles that wo thiuk
would mnkc appropriate 'resents. First, let us ray that we
to give n b u present to our entire trade u discount of 10
per cent, on all goods.
What couhl ou buy more suitable or useful tluin a nice
Dress for your wile or Daughter? Wo will sell you
Best PnnU at .'c.
Best Ginghams at 10c.
Cashmere De Luinc Prints (latest out) at (Jc.
U5c. Henriettas, all shades, go nt 2tc.
All wool filling Dress Goods (all shades) 10c.
50c. Imported, nil wool, Stiipe Dress Goods .'$."ie.
All other novelties reduced in proportion. ,
Well our hue is too numerous to mention, but we want to
remind you that we arn in the "swim" when it comes to Hand- j
kerchiefs, Tics, Toilet Splashers, Chair Tidies, Mulllcrs, Hosiery, '
Remember we are
FAIR BROS. & CO.,
N. iff & I&. V. R. R.
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No. a, Minltrili:ivM IH a.m.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1891.
Finest spcttacles nt Martin's,
Head tho "nil" of Sura & Mc."
Tho ltosir.e school closes Saturday.
Mr, H. A. Williams is improving.
Dont fail to wo Carson it Morton
Oh! the nico things nt Williams,
Bell & Co.'s.
Mr. Arcliio Cain has been sick
several days this week.
For wutch, clock and jewelry repairing,
call on C. R. Martin.
Mr. John P. Colomnu is rapidly
improving from his recent illness.
He sure aud real tho "ad" of Mar-,
tin it Smith tho Owensboro furniture
Why look nil over the comity wheu
you can find what you want nt
Rev. Steersman is holding n very
successful rovival with Slaty Creek
If jpu want to enjoy yourself for
awlnlecall to bco Williams, Bell &
Co 's. Holiday Goods.
II you want a handsome natch
chain, wnlcli charm or u good watch,
call on 0. R. Martin.
Thp largest stock, i:i tho Grccti
River country, of Boots nml Shoes,
Hats and Cups at Knhn's.
Sncoial attention will bo given by
Carson it Morton in tho preparation
of fruit baskets during tho holidoys.
j, Wo havo enly ft few lino Overcoats
eft, you can buy them this week at
.your owu prico. M. M. Kmin.
Carson & Morton are going to bo
.frnnnrcd to Btinnlv ovorvbodv with
jjnteali fruits, lanoy candies, etc.,
Ill); Julius. .
:.,Jf you want nny special goods in
"MMrciry lino tor unrisimas, give
katAi in C) 11 Mnrtin lit novf
Ah & Cain aro always prepared
'wiHtog to muA vnn a i. inn iintr
-- IIMIlUg IV g W J MIWW
K("wira or and Call onco
I & you will call again.
1-5. Something wonderful to see tho
V we itook ot ojothing represented at
i 6 Trade Palace.
P. T. C'olomnu, is in Louisville
M . T. L. Griffin and wifo aro in
If. 1J. Wedding, Rosino, wns in
M. S. Hii,'ln:nl, HoMne, was in
town Wodnei'l iv.
Mra. NjiiiiIo Spnlding is at ho. no
fro ii I.ottiii ii!o.
.rutljjo L. P. Littlo leawv; for
Mrs. Jo. 1J. Roora roturned
from Owensboro Tuesday.
Porry Cusobier wont to Owensboro
Monday roturn'ng Tuesday.
Dr. J. II. Whilo was m Cromwoll
nud vicinity Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. F. L. Foli. wont to Louisvilla
Monday mornini, returning Monday
Miss Ada Baird rotu ued from u
fw days visit in Louisville Tuesday
Alox Barnett mado n f I) ing trip
to Owensboro Mouciny, returning
Mr. mill Mrs. L. Worth Tiehonor,
Point Ploasmt, wore in town
Mr. E. V. Millig.vi went to Central
City and Lotiibilte tho first of
Mrs. F. L. Folk and son, Dong-las,
have returned from a isit to
Col. C. M. Barnott went to Owensboro,
to take his now position ns
Rev. J. T. Casebier, of Rockport,
Ky., was in the city jesterJay on his
way home from Euro .a, lud.
Seeing nothing from thisplnco for
somo time, it is with pleasure for me
to say totho public that uftorso many
years of hard struggles, Cromwell
has overcome them all. You can see
tho furmors coming from nil direction
of tho country, bringing their
produce and exchanging for goods.
School is progressing nit oly at
this place, under tho management
of J. M. Porter.
Tho Oak Grovp school, near this
placo will close Weduoiday night,
Dec J2; J. L. Rogers, teacher.
Mrs. Magdalono Rogers, near this
placo, is very sick. John Annis, who
has been sick for sometime, is
thought to bo worse. Chances aro
A Inrgo crowd attended tho Oak
Groo ttebating bociety Friday night.
Much interest is being manifested
in the school mid society. R. L.J.
Yesterday ovening on tho streets of
Hartford a roll of paper money
nmounting to forty dollar. Any one
finding nud returning the same to R
P. Tyiu, will be amply lewauled.
be a ver1dImno rss
Mrs. N. V Long, foimcilv of this
place, dh'd at liicliJoto Tuesd iv
night. The (iiiieral look place there
on We Incjil iv.
Thonu.s B'aiik nrhip. m i
of your citi. ;i l:t .iow n ? u -"e.
is viiitiug bi-i l.ii.Uei W II Blank-
Rev. E. E Pain i"ts;ag. il in an
iutcrffctiiig ieival ui G'luii
Fred, lay hn ;.c.tton a h.:.,"u Sj
trip to ButlCM' fiiii'itj llio first of the
Mr. J. II. Barnes went to Louis-Sunday
night ictuniing Tuesday
night. It U rumored ii'im.ij; the
knowing ones thai he is seriously con-tempi
uiug uuikiug a venture in the
millinery business. ' -
Mr, nnd MrsW. H. Blankensbip
gao their dniighteT, Miss Berlha, a
party lat Satunl.tr night in honor of
hei sixteenth birthday. A most enjoyable
Tho school bero'is in a flourishing
condition under tho caro of Mr. Stevens
and Mis3 Chapman.
Mr. R. P. Hooker visited Hartford
Wednesday. , "'
, Tuesday's Courier-Journal says;
Jas. O. Bacon, of Madisonvillo, Ky.,
and Cicero M. Barnett, of Hartford,
Ky.. have been appointed United
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Tho Now Circuit Judges.
"Tho President sent to the Senate
tho following nominations: To bo
United States Circuit Judges as provided
by Section 1, Chapter Ol7,
Uuted States Statutes at la.e; Wil
li.im L, Putmnu. of Maino, ior the
Judicial Circuit; Nathauinl
of Connecticut, for the becoud:
George M. Dallas, of Pennsylvania,
for the third: Nathan Golf, of West
Virginia, Fourth; William II. Tnft
of Ohio, Sixth; William A. Woods,
of Indiana, Snvcnth.
"Warren Turntt, of Orogau, United
States District Judgo for the District
"The two DjnincraU aio Dallas
On December 2-1-5 and HUt '1)1
and January 1, 1802, for tho Holidays,
the LouUvilltt, St. Louis and
Texas ami Louisville, llardinsburg
and Weatorn railway i will soil
tickets at one and one-third
faro for the round trip betwoen nil
their stations, good rotiirn
until Juiiimry f, lb02.
FOft" PIR3T CLASS ,
J. D. WILLIAMS,
BEAVER DAM, KY.
Wo liave a good
supply of FRESH
Drugs, Groceries and
L.'H. Leach &jBro.
Bi:da, Kv. M "V i r
jisri fcr, Hte!Jr,JwV2' .'"3
This popular'stoio ulwriys liecomcsv if possible,
TIMKS ."'kna'thlaVear "8A"RA & itt,'
nig no pains in trying to supply
anil for Chiistuias Piescnis.
for something of this kind, just
Goods mid Prices will do the rest.
As many persons find troublo in deciding what to give, nv
pieecnts tlmt will bo appreciated, wo would suggest a few of tho
many articles that aro most probably just what you want, viz.i Tho"
nice, new Style SILK UMBRELLAS, that anybody will appreciate,
and some SMYRNA RUGS, large and medium, and 1(ycry,
huge FUR RUGS, in White, Grey nud Jet Black.
beauties and cheap 75 mid $2,f0 for Smyrna, nnd 83.00 for
Fur ones. You should see them. If you want a nice CLOAK,
Reefer or Jacket, we hnvo them, and nothing is nicer for a present! '
Again, if you want a FUR MUFF or CAPE, wo can supply
)ou. See oui nice Black Mufrs nt fiOc, nnd our Black Seal ones at
82.50. Among other thingt, are nice Windsor Ties for ladies, girls .
and boys, in both Silk nnd Satteen, of ninny styles and colors, and
handkerchief We aro sure you never saw a prettier lot than we
havo of nil kinds, and wo know your friend will gladly accept or
i doren of any wo have osa present. Wo suggest, nlso, among
"titer nice things, aro Fancy Colored Bordered Fringed Towels,
Xupkins, Doylies, Silk Bows, Tics and Scarfs for gents and boys,
Mufilcrs in Silk and Cashmerc.Fancy Hairjl'ins Kid nndGloves for
both ladies nnd gentlemen. "
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Is furnishing some good hints in tho
Bo suro to look through it. The
investigating the entire situation ot
time. Come soon nnd often.
New Goods will coutinuo to arrive daily, and we want you to
call every day, and especially do we wish you to come and bring
your friends on next Thursday nnd Friday. At that time" the Ba.'
7aar proposes to surpriso its most intimate friends aud most frequent
visitors by a
So be ready and
moments at me juazaar on ine zoo. ana
24th insts. In the meantime your, visits
will, as usual, he highly appreciated by
SABA & ME."
HARTFORD TRADE PALACE.
h Largjs! dUm
Comu o the House that learrisff
to buy (he best Goods for little money
and not the second-class nicrchaiidie
or big money. , , , , f. , ., nhf,M
10 dozen mens fine finished soft crush Hats from ......-.. 65c,. ujj.
1 i) dozen mens lino Felt Hats, 8 different styles, frpru , , . . , ..OjJq.j.un.
IS doz'cu boys and chilrou fine'Hnts from . , .,.3ficvtq 65c.
A lot of the finest mens white linen nud fancy Shirts from. . .87o. to $1,75.
A fancy worsted mens Dress and Business (Suits from ......... .95. to,,15.
An nil wool mens Cheviot Suit, said for $10. now at i.$7,5Q.
we snow the oooDSr
A few Kersoy Overcoats, bought at 812. now at. ........... v. . ..19.18.
A few light mid medium weight Melton Overcoats, satin facing. . ... t$ 5.05.
A nice bluo Rassiueo Overcoat, only a few left, for ".t6.
An nil wool Ulster, long tail, made especially for ltidiug purposes. . . .4.15.
An nil woo! Fitchburg pantaloon, uever before in this place, $3.50.
Tho best men Shoes in the market for,.-. .,...,,.., .-. .i.... .92.
0UK PRICES AND QUA' ITIES do ihe SELLING.
The beat lino of Mend and Boys BooKs, all full Block, from $1:75 upA
Childrous Clothing? Suits and
Overcoats all sizes still selling at slaughter
prices. . The best over brought to Hrffil
for as little money. Where can yoigWt,
i t.J 4tThLt'. r't
everybody, with nu mimttk awe
It you are "lob1:iil9iPMatt
"drop into" the our
way of Christmas presents.also.'
fact is, you can't afibrd to miss
affairs at the Bazaar just at this
,' I t
try to spend a few&;
nn v i
Tradi flg E9139 ifl M4
for $1,001 Only atwn