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LANCASTER, KY., FKtDAY, OCTOBER, 21. 1898.
TERMS OF Sn BSCUIITIOK
ilJM V er Year in Advance.
W BUSHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LAHDRAM,
Cor. Public Square and Danville Avenue.
ever brought to Lancaster includ
ing a handsome and well-selected
line of -
Our prices can't be dupliated.
Also an elegant assortment of
Bear, Fur and
it Un-Heard-Of Prices.
J. R. Haselden,
. I. Williams
WELCH & WILLIAMS
Attorneys at Law,
All business attended to promptly
ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM
BALMING a SPECIALTY.
Furniture, Carpets, &c.
The largest and
For men that positively beyond the perad venture of a doubt,
are Superior in every point that goes to make a garment of
value to the purchaser, to every garment shown in Lancas
ter at the same price. A bold statement, if you will, but
one which we will stand back of. It is our resolve to give
the people of Lancaster one house which lives up to it's
promise of giving more for the money than any house does.
We do not rant, or rave, but make you a perfectly square
Gome and Ltook
at our Suits and Overcoats. If they do not come up to our de
scription dont buy. If they do, give us your trade, always
with the understanding that you can have your money back
cheerfully, for any goods not satisfactory;
JVIen's Suits at $7.50 . : k
That are strictly all wool made of the very best fabrics thor- r
oughly tested. They will wear as near like iron . as any cloth
can. They are made with a wide facing extending to the
arm holes, every seam is sewed with linen thread.
Jvlen's Suits at $10
Tlisy are the b33t for the imney ever offered. Briefly they
are made of fine, selected, long wool. The tailoring -is
done by the most experienced workmen, the insides of the
garments which you can not see are faithfully made. You
can have choice of about 25 neat styles embracing all kinds
of fancy patterns and mixtures, also plain colors. We will
admit in selecting these suits our endeavor was to beat in
value any suit ever offered in this city for the same money,
and we know we have done it.
See our Line of Novelties
in Suits at $12.00, 15 00 and 16.50. No Tailor in the country
can get up any better.
Overcoats at $5, -
7.50, 10.00, 12.00, 15.00. We can show you the greatest line
of overcoats ever shown in Lancaster for the money.
See our top coats at $8.50, Also our New York box coat
at $12 00.
Hats, boots, shoes and furnishing goods for every body. See
us before buying your fall outfit. We can and will save
Logan & Robinson'.
I IN AND ABOUT
County Court Monday.
Latest fads in hosiery, at Joseph's.
Fresh barrel sorghum at G. S. GainewX
AH-Wool Suits for S3.50. J. C. Hemp
Our cloaks are beautiful. See them.
See J. B. Jennings.' line of new Neck
Proctor Knott cigars and bi
Will pay 10cr for fresh eggs.
Fresh Timothy Seed for sale at T.
Currey's, cheap. Y
Call and see a beautiful line of Bug's
at J. A. Beazley & Co.
Peaches, Grapes, Pe
s and Fancy
apples at G. S. Gaine
The best two horse watron on
market at G. S. Gaines'
A full stock of Chinese Sacred
Bulbs at J. C. IhomDson's.
Sie Dr. A. D. Smith
& Co., now at
Mason Hotel until Nov.
A prettv crirl in one of Joseph's pret
ty cloaks is a sight lovely to behold.NjH
I would like to do your plain sew
ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn.
Large line of Dinner Sets and Chain?
ber Sets, just received. G. S. GainesA
Fresh Oysters received daily. Served
ani sold. O. F. Villett Lancaster
Forty GiO lb. steers, 10 heifers.
ep-30 T. M. and W. McC. Johnston.
We dont talk loud, but the way our
prices on D.-y Gocds yell out will al
most deafen you.y" J. Joseph.
Bev. Peter Vinegar, colored, of Lex
ington, -will give a series of lectures
here this week, at the Court House,
Texas pist due. Pay be.'ore the
penalty goes on.
J. B. Sanders, S. G. C.
All the latest Novelties in Woolens
for men's wear now in, come and sed I
them. J. C. HempnilL M.
Dwelling now occupied by
Fox, on Richmond street.
- 'W. J. Romans.
Gray Sack Coat in Lancaster. Re
ward forreturning to this office or to
Bob Hamilton. It
Ladles Aid Society.
The Ladies' Aid Society will meet
next Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Ra
Wednesday, between J. C. Robin
son's store and J. G. Sweeney's resi
dence, ladies black cape. Return to
Bourbon Steam Laundry.
Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the
Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your
orders at Sweeney's store. tf
Dont fail to see my Tailor-Made
Suit for Ten Dollars. It is All-Wool,
and a perfect fit is guaranteed.
J. C. llemphilL
Just received the handsomest line of
Misses and Children's Shoes ever
brought to Lancaster. Come in and
see them. o.'u. jennmga.y
Now, we say what we mean ana
mean what we say when we say our
line of cloaks is better, brighter ana
cheaper than ever.
Condition of Lt.Wherrltt.
Lieut C G. Wherritt has gained
ground rapidly during the past' week,
and is now on the safe road to recov
ery. I have decided to locate in Lancas
ter and will move here, with my fami
ly, about December 1st, to pract'ee my
profession. W. Burnett, M. D.
City Property For Bent.
My home on Lexington street, be
tween College and Jude Hemphill's.
Full particulars on application to Fish
er Herring. Mrs. Susan Fisher. tf
It may be for months and it may be
forever before you will have another
opportunity to see ouch beautiful dress
goods at the low prices we offer them.
Dr. A. D. Smith & Co., refer to the
best nsoole here whom they have ex
tracted and filled teeth for. All kinds
Qf modern dentistry done painlessly
Mason Hotel until Nov. 1st 1898.
I will prosecute to the full extent of
the law, without distinction to parties,
any end all persons caught fishing in
the lake on the distillery premises.
oct-7 Jxo. W. Miller, Mgr.
I will be from home next week, but
Messrs E. W. and J. Randolph Harris
will wait on my customers. Satisfac
M. D. Hughes, Agent
If you call for Putts Flour at the
leading grocers, and they haven't got
it, order direct from H. C. Potts.Buck
eyp Ky Wagon in town daily.
Hon. G. G. Gilbert; Democratic nom
inee for Congress, will address the vo
ters of the county Monday afternoon
(county court day), at I o'clock, at the
I will be in mv gallery in the Thomp
son building next Monday, Oct 24th
and will continue therj all th2 week.
Come and have your picture taken.
A. J. Earp, Phqtographer,
The night trains furnish excellent
opportunities to visit Cincinnati, but
why go there after goods when J.
Joseph has just what you want in Dry
Goods, Dress Goods, Shoes and Cloaks
r;ffht here at your door.
Good Dinner Court Day.
I serva an excellent dinner every
Court Day at my Boarding House, op
posite Romans' shop, on Stanford St
Low rtes. Patronage appreciated.
oct-2l-lt Mrs Sam'l Pollard.
The ladies of the Methodist church
gave an oyster supper Tuesday eve
ning, the proceeds to be used to buy a
new carpet for the church. A good
crowd was present and a neat sum was
Farmers complain that the continu
ed wet weather is retarding the sow
ing of the wheat crop. Wheat that
was sowed early and is now up, has
been materially injured by flies and
The wayfaring mm, though a fool,
could not err in my measure blanks.
You are sure to get a fit. If you do
not don't take the suit Come and
compare prices and quality of goods.
M. D. IIugiiks, Agent
The Kentucky cavalry was mustered
out last week. If they could raise
as much hadas with the enemy as-they
did coming down on Saturday nieht'a
train they should have been sent to
the f.-ont and'kept there.
A foot ball team composed of a gang
of school boys, came down from Rich
mond Saturday, and wiped -up the
earth with Lancaster's best long hair
ed talent The score" resulted 10 to 0,
in favor of Richmond. You had bet
ter quit, bo3s.
Back to Work.
John Duncan, who has been confin
ed to his bed for -several months, is
able to resume work iu his barber
shop over Benge's stable. He will be
glad to see his old friends and will ap
preciate a share of the public's patro
The Dudderar Mill.
I have rented the famous DudJerai
Mill, near Gilberts Creek, and am pre
pared to furnish the very best flour.
Will make a specialty of custom grind
ing. Farmers, bring along your wheat
and co.n. Satisfaction guaranteed.
10-7 JoiixC. Potts.
The brick kiln since starting has
played in continual bad luck, the wet
weather has spoiled many brick for
them. However they have 05,030 in
the kiln and are still maKing them
when the weather will permit They
will fire their kiln in a short time.
"Dr. A. D. Smith & Co., the Dental
Specalists of Louisville, are now oper
ating upon the leading people of this
county all of whom speak in highest
praise of their painless method of ex
tracting and filling teeth. All work
as represented. Sje them. Mason
Hotel oue more week, until Nov. 1st
1 he sight of a drove of turkeys com
ing to town heralds the near approach
of Thanksgiving, n. B. Northcott has
already commenced the slaughter of
fowls, and is shipping a refrigerater
car load east, weekly. About 10,000
turkeys will be slaughtered here this
Orders have been received at Lex
ington that no more soldiers should be
sent south from that point, until there
is a material change for ,the better in
the yellow feer situation. This is
right, the soldier boys tvill have to
face enough hardships this winter
without being needlessly exposed to
Postmaster West will hereafter open
the post office from 8 to 9 a. m., on
Sunday, for the accommodation of
those who desire their maiL He will
also send out mail pn Sunday night,
closing at 6 p. m. This is a good move
and Mr. West is entitled to the thanks
of the community.
Mr. Landram Critically 111.
Mrs. W. J. Landram, mother of the
editor of "3 he Record, is lying at
death's door at the home of her son-in-law,
Wood G. Dunlap, in Lexington.
She has' been- quite ill for some time,
and the suffering, together w ith her
advanced age, has completely broken
her down. We have been in Lexing
ton several days since last issue and
ask indulgence of our readers for
lack of news matter and other short
comings this week.
Do Not Be Imposed On.
Always insist on getting Foley's
Honey and Tar, as it is positively, ab
solutely and unqualifiedly the best
cough medicine. Accept no substitute.
Our good friend, Mr. J. T. Conn,
came in last week and paid for the pa
per 'lil 1931. He's one of the best and
most honest men in the county, as this
act goes to show.
Hume Embry Dc id.
A telegram this, Thursday morning,
says Hume Embry died suddenly of
heart disease at his home in Silver
Creek. Mr. Embry was a wealthy and
Mr. James F. May, of Rollings, and
and Miss Ola, daughter of W. B. Jar-
vis, were united in the holy bonds of
matrimony Wednesiay at 8 o'clock at
the home of the bri les parents by
Rev. Clark. 'Ihey left for the home
of the groom immediately. We ex
tend congratulation to Mr. and Mrs.
Cutting at a Church Dedication.
At the dedication of New Hope
church in Fiat Wood Sunday, Leonard
Nave and James Payne became involv
ed in a difficulty, when Nave cutPayne
in the face and leg with a knife Payne
is not seriously wounded. Nave was
released on his own recognizance and
will hava his trial Saturday, before
Elitor James Maret, of the Mt. Ver
non Signal asks us to say that a meet
ing of the independent telephone com
panies of Central and Eastern Ken
tucky, will take place at Bastin's Ho
tel, Crab Orchard, on Saturday, Octo
ber 29, where action will b3 taken that
will have an important bearing upon
telephone interests in the state.
Mary Anderson's Little Boy.
Mary Anderson, who is now Mrs. de
Navarro, and lives in England, has al
lowed herself, her English home and
her two-year-old baby to ba photo
graphed for the first time for publica
tion. Some twenty pictures have been
made, and the best of these will ap
pear in an early issue o' The Ladies'
Home Journal. The baby's picture is,
of course, the central one of interest
The Best for the Money.
Everybody knows that Wanamaker
& Brown handle more clothing than
any house in America, and that they
handle none Lut all-wool' goods, and
sell them at the lowest prices. Their
thousands of customers will testify to
the truth of these assertions. Come
and get a suit at 8, S10 1-2 or S12 1-2,
that will cost from S- to S5 more else
where, and give you value received in
fit, wear and appearance.
Splendid overcoats at S7 to S15.
M D. Hughes, Agent
Capt Duncan's Company will assem
ble at Lexington today (Tuesday), their
thirty days furlough having expired.
The Second regiment will in all proba
bility be mustered out, but it will take
some time, probably three weeks, to
do this. The boys have had no over
coats issued tiiem, and in view of the
fact that thsy ara to be mustered out
they will probably havd none issued
them. Cold weather is coming on fast
and they will know hjw to appreciate
a good fire when t'.iey return home. It
is safe to say the soldiering aspiration
will be killed in the breasts of many
of these patriotic boys when they -return
Judge Davison's Speech.
For fear some narrow-min led parti
san will say Tub Rkcokd is not stick
ing to its In lependent course, we de
sire to say that the speech of Congress
man Davison, printed elsewhere in
this isue, is inserted as an advertise
ment and is paid for at regular column
rates. We publish the address" just as
other paid mattj We are making a
hard figh t to earn an honest living
with Tub Bkcord. and will print the
Declaration of Independence if anyone
is willing to pay regular space rates
for same. Those not wanting to read
Mr. Davison's speech have the conso
lation of knowing there is no law of
the land compelling them to do so.
The Queen & Cresc3nt trains are the
finest trains run in the State of Ken
tucky. Four daily trains to Cincinnati con
nect ivith the main highways of the
Great Trunk lines of the North, West
This is the line par-excellence to
Washington, New York, Boston and
The Queen & Crescent connects w.th
every line out of Cincinnati.
S. T. Swift, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky.
W. G. Morgan, D.P.A., Lexington, Ky.
are discovered every Sea -
son- Each, is an improve-1
mnt on some of the previous
We have some splendid val
Men's, Boy's, jjLailiES, Children,
Misses' Children's! MIsses,
WINTER SHOES.Meh and Hays.
Prices Way Down1 Low
LOGAB DRY GOODS CO
Acljt. cn. Muith to Retire.
Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 13. It is said
here u on reliable authorit' that the
resignation of Hon. Wilbur It. Smith,
of Lexington, as adjutant general of
the state, will, within the next day or
two, be handed to the governor, and
that lie will accept.it. Gen. Smith was
only appointed to the place a few
weeks ago upon the resignation of
Gen. Dan Collier, who gave up the
office on account of private business
SoUll r Wounils a Child.
Lexington; Ky., Oct 15. Clifton
Young, a boy 12 years of age, was shot
and dangerously wounded by Frank
Taylor, of Company C, 3d Kentucky
volunteers, Friday afternoon. The
boy was playing in Church street
when Taylor came staggering along,
pistol in hand. When he got near the
boy the weapon was discharged and
the bullet struck the boy, inllicting a
dangerous wound. Taylor was ar
rested. Fine Lithographic Stone.
Louisville, Ky., Oct 17. A very
fine article of lithographic stone has
been discovered near Brandenburg,
Ky., 20 miles south of this city, and a
number of Louisville capitalists have
formed the American Lithographic
Stone Co. for the purpose of working
the mines. The stone is in quantity
and is declared by experts to be finer
than any before found in this country
and second only to that of Germany.
Louisville, Ky., Oct 15. The sales
of tobacco Friday morning were small
and without special feature. All the
offerings were rejected except 18. All
were darks. The Brown house sold
three hogsheads, all dark leaf, of the
new crop from Warren county. They
were not in the best condition, but
fair prices were received for them.
Tom Lansing Knocks Oat Dick Moore.
Louisville, Ky., Oct. IS. "Tom"
Lansing, of Louisville, Corbett's spar
ring partner, knocked out "D;ckn
Moore, of St. Paul, Monday night, be
fore the Monarch Athletic club in the
12th round of what was to have been
a 25 round bout The fighting at times
was terrific, both displaying great
gamcness and science.
Politician Seriously Injured.
Benton, Ky., Oct 18. J. II. Ham,
chairman of the populist committee, is
in a seriousondition as the result of
injuries suffered in a runaway acci
dent He was thrown against a tree.
Paris, Ky., Oct ia Jos.-ph C. Mc
Clelland and James T. McClelland,
farmers and trotting horsemen of the
Millersburg vicinity, filed petitions in
bankruptcy Monday at Frankfort.
fare happily combined in
Oiir line of
?ruii i iiTiiTmrm
I ALL illlU II 111 I Bill
I You -will be Surprised to see
how cheap we are selling
FAEI M STOCK notes!
Col. W. S. Boazley. of this county,
has bought and received the following
cattle the 'p.ist week. From Jop
Thompson 12 averaging 1110 lbs at S-l.
i:: from Underwood, of Lincoln, aver
aging 1120 at S4.2.1 and 45 from Woods
Walker averagi. g about 1050 lbs at
54.00. Mr. 11. has bought 203 cattle
for feeding purposes and is receiving
them as fast as he can get to them'
W. R. Cook received of Dave Thom
son 2S feeders averaging 1025 lb3 at
When you call for De Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't
accept anything el-e. D jn't be tal ted
into accepting a substitute, for piles,
for sores, for burns. S.ormes Drug
W. L. Lawson bought and shipped
to Cincinnati market this week a nic.J
load of fat hogs p lying 3 cents for
H. Clay Sutton sold to Lawson 25
hogs averaging 22) lbs at Sets.
J. L McCarley had a load of feeders
on Cincinnati market this week.
Capt T. A. Elkin sold to L. Logan,
of Lincoln a n'cz bunciof Stiyearlings -weighing
725 lbs at 4cts.
Months of neglect cannot ba over
come by feeding a f jw doses of the
remedy after hogs are past help
Avoid risk and make extra llesh by
feeding Dr. Haas' Hog Remedy in time
and according to directions. For ale
by J. M. Uigginbotham. lm
W. B Burton sold to Lauber of
Penn., 10 2-year-old mules at an aver
age of 03 per head.
W. B. Burton sold to Hambrick and
Tomlinson, of Gaorgetown 50 cattle,
yearlings and two year olds, at S3.S0
Alex Walker sold to Georgetown
parties a load of feeders at 4cts.
Jno. Hill sold same parties a load of
230 lb hogs at S3. 15.
W. R. Coo' bought at Danville court
Monday a nice bunch of calves at 523.
per head. X
The Royal is tke highest grade baking powdar
kaewa. Actrat tests sfciw it goes oae
third farther thaa say other braarf.
ROYAL SABM FOWCCR CO., NCW YOSIC