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VOLUME IX. Entered at the Post Offlce in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class flatter. NftHtsiZX 3
'cIJKa' LANCASTER, KY., EH ID AY, APRIL, 22. 1898. rYT
WE ARE MAKING
A SPECIALTY OF
This season, and have one of the
best and most complete lines ever
shown in Lancaster. We keep ev
erything in this line and can please
you iu both price-and quality.
Call and examine this line before
We also have an elegant line of
WHIPS, PLY NETS
To which we invite an inspection.
J. R. Haselden.
W. I. Williams,
Attorneys at Law,
All business attended
BEAZLE Y" &BACT&HIAN.
and dealer in
Fuinilure, Caijds, &c.
BUT TOUR SPRING OUTFIT.
DO NOT WAIT UNTIL OUR STOCK IS BROKEN.
Our Clothing Department
Is chock full of all the latest novelties of the season. Think of it. Men's all wool
suits for $5.00 guaranteed, absolutely all Wool. Our line of mens suits at $7.50 In
this lot you can pick from a grand assortment of the
Nicest Frabrics and Patterns.
Cassimers, plain and fancy Cheviots, Clay Worsted &c strictly all wool and tailor
made in high class manner. No man can fail to get suited in this lot. We can fit
all shapes and stand ready, to refund your money if you can duplicate a single suit
elsewhere for less than $10.00.
Our $10.00 Suits.
They are mostly from the Princes of clothing makers. Pick of all the novelties of the
season. The swellest and most refined patterns, made up in the most elegant manner.
Custom made suits ready to wear. It is just like finding a five dollar bill to buy one
of these suits for $10 00. A complete line of
Boys and Childrens Suits.
A base ball outfit given free with each suit from $2.50 up. Our shoe department is
complete, everything from the cheapest to the best. Do not overlook our line of men's
sample shoes at $3,00, We are head quarters on
Furnishing Goods. .
All the newest shades and latest patterns in neckwear. A beautiful line of gents ho
siery. Everything in Suspenders. All the new styles in collars and cuffs.
We all must have them. A look through our stock will convince you that you never saw
such a display in Lancaster. Prices right. Stock larger. Styles better. More kinds.
Better kinds than any house in Central Kentucky. Our shirts at 50c and $1.00 are
model beauties. ' .
HATS for the world, all kinds, all styles and all prices.
Mark Well the Fact
that we are head to foot outfiters, handling exclusively the best oods money can buy.
I IN AND ABOUT
County Court Monday.
Come in Monday and settle with The
The sale of the Owsley & Shanks
lots takes place Monday.
All varieties of Landretli garden
seed, in bulk, at Gaines'.
Froduce taken in exchange for goods
at The Logan Dry Goods Co.
Wanted, car load of Iron,Bones and
Rags. H. BNorthcott.
Palms and flowering plants just
from the green house, at Thompsons. '
Cheapest line of furniture ever ex
hibited in Lancaster at J. A. Beazley
Clover, oats, timothy, bluegrass and
orchard grass always on hand at
33 bushels of cultivated hemp seel
for sale, SI. per bushel. J. X. Dunn &
Don't fail to see the suit that I will
sell you for 5.50. It is all wool, and
thev Fit. J. C. IlemphilL
My fine red Durham Bull will make
the season of 1 80S at my place one
mile from Lancaster, m at 2.00. Money
due when services are rendered.
Geo. W. Evans.
Look To Your Interest.
Best home-made buggies on the mar
ket at J. B. Ely's Paint Lick, Ky. Gen
eral repairing and horseshoeing a
spacialty. Give us a trial. 3-lS3m.
Among the topics to bi discussed at
hi State Commercial Convention will
be a plan to expedite the settlinent of
land titles and develop the mineral and
other resources of Kentucky.
I' rem iu ia
Wanamaker & Brown are giving
each customer from S3 to S3, in the
price of suits, as the customer saves
that much and gets a perfect fit.
M. D. IIugiies, Agent.
Children like it, it savos their liv.'s
We mean One minute Cough Cure, the
infalliolc remedy for coughs colds
croup, bronchitis, grippe, and all
throat and lung troubles. Stormes,
Drug Store. lm
IS THE TIME TO
Cincinnati, Ouio, 1:30 p. m.
Fpccial to Recokd. A bulletin says
the Spanish Government this morning
gave Minister Wood 'ord his passports
before he could deliver the Presidents
ultimatum. II. A. B Marksbuky.
Bring in a dollar for the Recokd.
Wanted, hens at 5e per pound. H.
Help the band by attending the Hey-
Ihc greatest Disc Harrow on the
market, at G. S. Gaines'.
Froduce taken in exchange forgood
at The Logan Dry Goods Co.
Suits SO 50 to S40; pants 3.53 to $10.
Do you need any at these price? J. C.
J. A. Bea zley & Co. have a large and
handsome line of wall paper. Prices
to suit the people.
Danville Steam Laundry.
Smith & Currey, Agents for Danville
Steam Laundry. We ship every day.
We send to-day and deliver to-morrow.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Work called
for and delivered. tf
More Free Tikes.
Jessamine county bough 15 miles of
the Lexington and Danville Turnpike
for 0,500. The 35 sol-.iier guards, who
had been on duty 53 days at a cost of
4,000 were dismissed. This now gives
free travel from. Lancaster to Nichol-
Long: Wear. Low Price.
Ask W. A Arnold, li. S. Perrin, Joe
L. Arnold and many other customers
of mine and see if thoy say that suits
they got of me were the best thjy ever
hid. They wear so lonsr that thev
hardly remember where they bought
th in. M. D. Hughes, agent.
1'ubllc Sale of Town Lots.
On Monday, April 25th 1898, being
C unty court at Lancaster, we will sell
at public auction on the premises four
(4) lots, situated on the South East
corner o.' Public Square, in the town
of Lancaster, Ky. Terms made to suit
the purchaser. Sale to begin at
o'clock p. m.
Owsley & Shanks,
We print jack bills.
The Hey woods Saturday, April 3a
Wanted eggs 7c. per dozen. H. B.
Tube rose bulbs for sale at J. C.
200 bushels fancy cultivated hemp
seed at G. S. Gaines'. d
New stock of fronch lambrequin tis
sue papsr at Thompson's.
Large line of tine harness cheap, at
W. J. Romans Carriage Co.
Wanted. Veal CalvosT Will tro to
country and buy. B. Northcott.
I would like to do your plain sew
ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn.
Dmtfjtget the sale of the Opera
House lots Monday. They go at auc
tion. The base b.ill crank now grabs the
daily paper more eagory than docs
the war crank.
Kggs rcr Hatching.
From prize wining Black Minorcas
15 eggs for SI, 00. R. L. Elkin
For sale, a young jursy ciw, with
heifer calf about five weeks old. Price
$30. J. X. Dunn & Co., Bryantsville.
Sam T. Evans has the largest
line of buggies and phaetons ever
brought to Lancaster. Save your or
ders for him.
Our people will entertain the dele
gates to the Convention in their usual
hospitable way. There will be about
oae hundred and fifty visitors here.
My fine Jersey Bull, Garrard Signal,
out of a tested dam, will stand at my
farm at 2. the season. Money due at
time of service. J. S. Robinson.
List of Claims.
The list of claims against the county,
pjblislud e'.sjwhere in The Record, is
the longest for several years. Ihis
is due largely to the number of guards
on duty at toll gates.
The passenger trains, No's., 4 and
5, which will be Dut on this road Sun
day week, are among the finest on the
L & N. system. They carry Pullman
sleepers and caair cars. No finer
tr-ius are run in Kentucky.
The L. & N. , has a big fores of hands
oa this branch of the road putting the
track in good condition. Several hand
cars are on the Lancaster section and
it looks like b isiness to see the gane
I will be at my Lancaster gallery, in
the Thompson building, next Monday,
county court day, anl will continue
there all the week. Come on an have
your picture taken.
A. J. Earp
The school census, just completed,
shows there are two hundred and seventy-six
urchins in the district that
ought to be in school. Probably three
fourths of this number are wrestling
with slates and charts, while the re
maining fourth roam the streets in
To the Klondike, Alaska, North and
Northwest, First-class service via the
Queen & Crescent Route, with thro'
Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati, Louis
ville and St Louis. Vestibulcd traius
from New Orleans, Birmingham. Meri
dian, Jacksonville, Atlanta and Chat
tanooga. Ask your railroad agent for
particulars, or write to O. L. Mitchell,
D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Mitch Kelley Hurt.
While working on a bridge at Mid-
dlesboro Mitchel Kelley, of this "county
lost his footing and f ill to the ground,
a distance of probably twenty feet. He
struck on a plank through whijh were
protruding sharp spikes, the latter
penetrating his body in several places
It was thought he was dangerously
injured, but later reports say he will
Make it a Point
T o b e pre
pared t o set
tle with The
you come t o
I f your date
reads "1 Apr.
'93," you owe
year, and i t
will be a great lift to us if you will
settle. The price for the paper is only
oae Dollar pjr yeir.
Event of tbe Season.
Alba Hey wood, the Prince of Com
edians, is coming.. That means fun by
the ton, laughs galore, beautiful music,
and a delightful tima all aroun 1. The
press comments tell us that Heywjod
is funnier than ever, that his work is
all new, and his company strong and
well balance 1. It is with keen antici
pation of pleas ire we await the appear
ance of thi company, for with Hey
wood's name there always goes a guar
antee of something good. He will be
sean her j on the evening of Saturday,
April 33. Reserved seats mt Storme'
Drag Store. N
Dr. Worr ill will preach at the Pres
byterian church Sunday night.
Come and see the watch that I give
with each suitof clothes. J. C. Hemp
Headquarters for Daering Binders,
Mowers anj thresh'ng machines at G
You can sec the best, cheapest and
largest lino of vehicles ever seen in
Lancaster at W. J. Romans Carriage Co.
Bourbon Steam Laundry.
Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the
Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your
orders at Sweeney's store. tf
I have a few pattern's left from
which I can make you a nobby suit for
$12.50 and the largest line at 15 erer
shown in the town. Don't fail to &
my line. J. C HeinpliilL
All stock found running at large
after 0 o'clock Frid ty morning April
22 will be put in the Stray Pen. "A
hint to the wise is suffk-icnt.'' By order
of R Kinnaird, Mayor.
We are under obligations to Con
gressman Davison for a complete file
to date of the Congressional Record,
and also for a copy of the report of the
Maine Board of Inquiry.
Court Day Sinner.
The ladies of the Methodist Church
will serve a dinner Court Day in the
room formerly used as the post office
Everything good to eat will be served
and only the small sum of 25 cents will
be charged. Patronize a good cause
and get a first-class meal. 2t.
Low rates Queen & Crescent route.
One fare the round trip from all points
to general conference A M. E. Church
Columbia, S. C; May 4.18. Southern
Biblical Assembly, Knoxvllle, Tenn.;
June 1C-25. Southern S:udcn.s' Con
ference, Asheville, N. C; June 17-27.
Finest train ,-service in the South. Lib
eral limits on thesa low rate ticket'.
Be sure your tickets read via the Queen
fc Crescent Route.
Raking Ein In.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Short swooped
down on Battle Row again this week
and arrested Grant Bright and Bill
Farris on the charge of selling liquor.
He took them to Mt Vernon, where
they appear before a Commissioner
who will doubtless send them on to
Covington. Mr. Short has his eya on
several others. If he wiU take the en
tire population of Battle Row away
the people will rise up and call him
Death of Mrs. Smith.
After a protracted illness of paraly
sis, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith died at the
residence of hor daughter, Mrs. Moody
Harden, in this city Wednesday after
noon. Airs. Smith has b:ea a great
sufferer for some time and on several
occasions it was thought the end was
at hand, but she rallied and improved
Previous to the last attack she was in
better health and sprits than she had
bjen for a year or more. Funeral ser
vices, conducted by Rev. Faulconer
and E.d. Gjwjn, will ba held at the
residtinc3 this Friday morning at 10:33
o'ol.ck after which the remains will be
interred in the Lancaster Cemeteuy.
An extended notice of Mrs. Smith will
appear in next issua of T.ie Recokd.
1400k Before Buying.
The store room of J. Joseph is now
chock full of the latest creations in
dress goods and ladies' fnrnishings.
Mr. Joseph only recently returned
from the Eastern cities where he
scoured the maikets and picked up
great bargains in goods for all the de
partments of his Lancaster store. He
makes a specialy of fine dress goods
this season and defies competition both
as to quality and prices. His stock of
hosiery corsets fine shoer, ribbons, and
ladies funishings of all kinds can not
be surpossed in Central Kentucky. Um
brellas, trnnks, valises in great vari
ety. Their aim is to please their cus
tomers. Years, of experience in the
business enables Mr. Joseph to buy his
goods at such reasonably low figurers
that he can aff jrd to sell them at low
er pr.ces. All they ask at Joseph's
store is for you to look at the goods,
examine the quality and get the prices.
Then if you are not' thoroughly satis
fied, you are not expected to purchase.
They extend a cordial invitation to al
to call at their store and take a look
at the fine display.
Tbe Royal is the biefcest grade bakiafl pewrier
bun. Actual tetasWw K inm
third farther U jry ttktr iraifc
1 rowwa co., mm vomc
Don't Fail to ask to see our Line of
111 ISool Iuitings
AT 24 CEflTS PER YARD.
Our Line of
$ Hit giugcist in gaam.
See our line of CORSETS. We have a short
waist corset which is a popular seller.
PUR jSTQCK OP IABLB jINENS, JTaPKINS AND
CiffELS IS pOflIPI.ETB.
"We have a few Ladies and Misses Nice Oxfords
in Zeigler's make Vnich vre are closing out at
VERT LOW PRICES.
The LOGAN DRY GOODS CO.
Northern seed Irish potatoes at SI
per bushel at Gaines'.
The best two horse wagon on the
market at u. s. GainesV
If you want a good fitting tailor-
made suit come and see me Monday
J. a Hemphill.
Prices Loner than Kver.
Tailor made suits at $12.50 to S30.
Satisfaction or no pay. You have paid
12 for ready-made suits that were not
as good as V anamaker and Brown's
suits at S3, and their suits at S9.53 and
$11.50 are equal to other S15 suits, be
ing all-wool and beautiful in design
and finish. The suits at S13.50 and S15
usually sell for SIS and $20, and their
$20 suit is the sam2 of quality, such
suits usually selling for $2T. A com
parison of goods will provj that yon
will savo some dollars by giving me
your order. M. D. Hughes, Agent.
A Good Opportunity.
If some energetic person will buy
the Opera House lots Monday and
erect a number of store rooms, it will
bring him big returns on Ids money.
lucre is a clamor for morj rooms and
rent 13 almost out of reach. Several
parties would engage in business if
they could only get the store rooms.
If some one will buy this land and
erect several store rooms, a company
csuld be easily oreanized to build an
Opera House in the second story. This
would greatly reduce the cost of the
store rooms and enable the owner to
rent them at reasonable figures. The
Recobd hopes that some of the nublic-
spirited will study over this matter.
If they will only think it over, we feel
sure they will build.
Lincoux Items John Coffey sold to
William Herring a bnnch of fat heifers
at 3c. W. P. Norton has loaght May
Hempstead, paying $15,000 for her. F.
Reis sold to an Ohio man a brown geld
ing and a brown mare for $3 JO. J. T.
Hackley sold to bull calves at $51 Oae
was bought by Cobb & Lill&rJ and the
other by 3. H. Swope. & T. Terry
bought of several parties hEre seme
batcher stuff for his trade at Livings
too at 3 l-4c- Dr. C Fowler bought of
the Dr. G'vens heirs 51 acres of the
Harvey Helm place at $15. W. IL Mur
phy refused 253 for his fine young jack,
Richard Bibb, which he ia standing
this year. He bought bim a short
while ago for less than $190. A Lia-
cohn county man, who has j 1st return
ed from several mountain "counties
where he west to buy cattle, says that
the people ia those sections are crazy
about cattle, som$ pricing as high z
lOc per bottBd. Interior JonrasL
I have just received a new and com!
plcte line of Spring and Summer mil
linery and would le pleased to have
my friends and customers call and ex
amine thin. Respt.
Mrs. A. S. Haseldex,
Apr 1, lm Bryantsville, Ivy.
The Faulconer sale, which closed
yesterday, was a very successful one.
Nesrly three hundred horses were sol I
and every one that showed gool qual
ities excitep lively bidding. A good
many of the business horses sold went
to Philadelphia and Boston. The high
est priced animal sold was Greenlan
der Boy, sorrel- horse, foaled 1SII2, by
Green lander. He went to Mr. Waters,
of Louisville, for $4D0. May Queen, a
light bay mare, four years old, by
Hamlet Denmark, went to J. M. Irvine,
of Boston, for $275. Two of the anciest
sales wenj horses owned by C. G Car
penter. Oae of them, Wood Squirrel,
a ehesnnt sorrex gelding, went to a
buyer for $330, and Rosa Dare, dam (6),
by Chester Dare, went to Jos Bales
for $195. Danville Advocate.
W. H. Anderson sold some corn thb
week for $2 per barrel.
Siler & Grayson have a mixed load of
cattle and sheep for sale.
Mr., J. F. Payne traded for a nice
harness horse this week.
Mrs. Jas. King, who has been in ve
ry psor health, is able to be out again.
The poles are being scattered from
Crab Orchard to Lancaster for the tel
Ihe recent frost killed the peaches.
or most of them. The apple crops ai e
not all killeL
W. B. Darham will go to Artemus
soon to build a church house for the
Mr. James Thompson sold 250 bash-
els of wheat to some parties in the
mountains at $1 per bushel.
The Baptist chnrch will bj dedica
ted the first day of May. The sermon
will ba preached by Dr. Harvey, of
Louisville there will be no dinner on
the grounl, though parties coming
from a distance will be care 1 for. Ye,
Mr. Editor, can find a home with your
correspondent if yon will cooce.
MV7 John Dudderar and daughter, J
Mjss Sallie, spent Sunday with J. ff
Hntchins and wife. Mr. Willi Pettua
U at home this week on the sick list.
Mrs. Jennie Pettus ia on the sick list
this week. Mr. J. F Cummins, of
Stanford, was visiting hose folks San-.