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liAVfiVSTKR. KY., FRIDAY N"OVEIBE 18. I89R.
TERMS 07 SU B3CRIP7I0X
t1.0Q p Year b Adtants.
PUBLISHED WEEKLT BY LOUIS LAND BAM,
Cor. PuhUr Square and Danville Avenue.
V. I. William
WELCH & WILL
Attorneys at Law,
Ill business attended to promptly
ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM-
urnitiire, Carpets, &c.
Lancas' er, Ky.
- S57.000.000 -
In the following: Fire Insurance
JEtna of Hartford.
I Queen of America.
National of Hartfort.
Fhenix of Brooklyn.
Hartford of Hartford.
Manchester of England.
Connecticut of Hartford.
North British and Morchantile.
German American, of New York.
LiTerpool and London and Globe.
I also represent the old reliable
New York Life Insurance
Of Us and Sire 25
we never before had
inMay when prices were at
orders to keep their mill running. "We have some bargains that will be a great sur.
ise to you. Come and see
e the greatest bargains ever offered in underwear.
SEE DDI MEN'S HEAVY
BUELLi BOOTEES, Come and get
all gone. Prices $3.50,
BEST 50 CEHT
IN AND ABOUT
Fine shoes at Joseph's?
All-Wool Suits for $6.50.
J. C. Hep"
Call and see a beautiful Hue of Hugs
at J. A. Beazley & Co.
100 fine Maple, shade trees. Plant
.7. C Thompson.
Fresh Oysters received daily. Served
ind sold. O. F. '1 ulett, Lancaster
The colored lolks are fixing1 up for a
b:-r "entainment" and hop next
New, Cheap ami Up-to-.! ate.
Stormes' Drug, Store.
I have a few more suits that I can
make to your measure for $10.00.
J C. Hemphill
Taxes p .st due. Pay ne ore the
penalty goes on.
I will pay highest Cash price for all
Kinds of Furs. N. II. BooiK,
nov-ll-lm Marksbury, Ky.
very Victoriacigar purchased
Gaines' 3'ou are given a chance
at G. S. G
on a fine buggy. Call -and see buggy
and investigate. ,
Several pieces of valuable town prop
erty. If vou want a home, come and
see mi. J. C Hemhill,
Real Estate Agent,
If you call for Potts Flour at the
leading grocers, and they haven't got
it, or.ier direct from H. C. Potts, Buck
eye, Ky. Wagon in town d.tily.
lne uucK-ooara to he given away
by J. B. Jennings is on exhibition
at W. J. Romans' carriage shop. E.v
amine it and then come in and take s
chance on it. nov-4
The sooner a cough or cold is cure.i
without harm to the sufferer the b&t
ter. Lingering colds are dangerous.
Hacking cough is distressing One
Minute Cough Cure quickly cures it
Why suller when such a cougu cure is
within reach? It is pleasant to 1
taste. At Stormes" Drug Store. " ln
such values to offer. e "bought our underwear way back
the very lowest and the Manufactures were glad to tak.
what we can give you for 50c
$4.00 arid $5.00.
OF MENS' ALL WOOL SUITS
A T XX l.lHTii rnnTrTr nw
UUK7;50 AND $10 ULSTERS.
See our -
,11 uaoOUW"wwwiiiiiiiH"iWHOOnnf rinnorm-nti
Hominy and.Oatflakes at T. Curry.
Eyery thing nice fresh and cheap at
T. Curry. J"
Peaches, Grapes, Pears and Fancy
apples at G. S. Gaines.
Large line of Dinner Sets and Cham-M
Der oeis, just, receiveu. vj. o. uaiuca.
See Mo'rrpw and "McRobarts Christ
mas goods. 1 hey are arriving every
Biggest line if Sterling Silver novel
ties ever brought to Lancaster, Mor
row and MeRoperts.
G S. Gaines will buy all the corn he
can get at SI. 10 a barrel, payable
any goods he handles. -v.
IIop Killing Time.
Buy your Sage, Salt Peter 'and Pep
per at Stormes' Dru? Store.
Money to Loan.
For building purposes, or on well
improved Real Estate. Teimseasy,
J. C. Hemphill.
The Garrard County Bible Society
will hold its annual session in the
Christain church on the fourth Sunday
night in this month.
Bourbon Steam Laundry.
Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the
Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your
orders at Sweeney's store. tf
For wedding Bouquets. Cut flowers.
for Balls, Parties, etc, see J.CThomp-
soi, agent for Honaker, the Florist,
Lexington. . It
Killed by Train.
Sam Newland, son of 0. P. Newland'
of Lincoln, was killed in a wreck at
l'ine Hill, Wednesday morning.
I have just received a special line of
samples from The Royal Tailors, of
Chicago, fresh from the mills, and thej'
are beauties. Call and see them.
J. C. Hemphill.
In or.ier to increase my sales I will
sell goods, already priced low, at
reduction leaving me the smallest
margin known to the trade. Come,
and I will convince you of the fac'
Many sales an. I small p -oil is, is my
motto, an 1 it will yield more, in the
end, than few sales and large profits.
M D. Hughes, Agent.
per suit. Our suits at $1.00
a pair before they ar.
f 2E pST9
ON THE MARKET.
Hovelties in' Umbrellas
R OBI N S 0 N.
Kay Peas, go to the lodge tonight.
Try the Butter Snatch a$ the Kandy
Kitchen. It is delicious.
Raisins. Fh?s. Dates. Citrons and Cur
rents, fresh and cheap at jr. Curry'aA
Purest and best Sage, Salt Peter and
Stormes' Drug Store.
Dress coods are prettier than ever
fTiio fnll'Vfrifl Jnsenh's has the cream of
MONEY TO LOAX-un reai
, address y. S. Lowwill At
torneyj Danville Ky.
When it comes to selecting your
shoes remember ladies? Joseph has the
finest linenn Central Kentucky.
A few cas-baffs "don't see how" the
Opera nouse and Hotel can be built
Such pests never see how any improve-
raent can De maue.
Gone to Hold a Meeting.
Rev. Clark, pastor o the local Metho
dist church, is conducting a meeting
near Glasgow. I
Tlieks nredicts nluch cold weather
this winter, so y0u had better go to
.ln..pnh's and iret vour wi e a nana-
some, com prfable cloak.
There is none so dead as he that
will not live. Danville Advocate.
How about the merchant who never
Mr. Ike D. Current orders his paper
changed from Garner to Searcy, Ark.
lite recently went west to grow up
with the country, and we hope he is
making money by the hatfuL
There will be an entertainment at
New Antioch church Saturday evening
at C:30 o'clock, for the benefit of the
church. Everybody invited. Admis
sion 15 cents.
We will be very thankful if you will
send in your communications a day
earlier next week. The Record will
appear on Thursday in order that the
force may hustle around for a little ex
tra diet on Thanksgiving.
Preaching nt CartersvlIIe.
Dr. E. U. Tierce., president of Ken
tucky Wesleyan College, Winchester.
will preach at Cartersville, Sunday
morning, iNovemoer st, at ii ocioctc,
so we are requested to announce oy
The bird law expired last Tuesday
and many pot hunters have been out
to try their luck. Birds are said to te
very scarce in the county, but hunters
are very much on the order of fisher
men when it comes to talking about
Circuit Clerk Hamilton tells The
Record the Legislature changed the
time of thfc November court from the
third to the fourth Monday. He says
the dockets will be unusually light
and the court a slim one, only thirty-
tour cases to be tried.
Kev. Morrison Coming.
We have been informed that Rev. H.
C. Morrison, the noted Methodist di
vine, will begin a series of meetings
this city the first Sunday in next
month. Our informant says Rev. Mor-
.rT" f bere uSirr'
ejof great reputation.
& movement, is on loot to build a
large stock yard in the edge of town
for the benefit of the court day traders
This idea has beed quite successful in
many towns, and the traders there
now prefer the yards to having cattle
mixed up on the streets. The stock
on court days get the streets in miser
able condition and they frequently
remain that way until a rain cleans
them. We hopa the yards will be
erected, as they have proven in alloth-
towns to be a great convenience
to all concerned.
Capt. McFarland Here.
Capt W. C. McFarland, of the 16th
Infantry, was here last week for a few
day's visit to relatives and old friends.
He was in the fight at Santiago and
while taking part in the charsre up the
famous San Juan hill was wounded in
the nead by a piece of shelL The mis-
sle knocked him down and it is sup-
posed that in this way the report was
sent here that he had been killed,
The wound only kept him out of the
fijht for a few minutes "and he was
soon back on the firing line. Judging
from his warm reception in Lancaster
he has a lot of good friends here. He
expects to be ordered back to Cuba or
Porto Rico in a short time.
. .Card frcm Bro. Campbell.
- As it will be impossible for me to ex
press my gratitude personally to my
friends for their kindness to me on the
ive of my departure from among them,
I will do so through The Record. 1
I extend to the members of my church
and my lythian brothers my heart leu
thanks for their kind remembrances.
Also to my irienus ot the other church
s, and those who bcloncr to no church
yet friends. -JDhese expressions reveal
to me your appreciation of me as pas
tor, iriends and c.tizen. If on earth
we should never all see each v other
let us so live as to meet in heav
en. Mrs. Campbell joins with me
gratitude to alL - T.H. Campbell,
Fresh Oysters daily at Gaines y
Superfine blankets at JosepKi
Trv the fresh peanut candy at the
Good Saddle Horse for sale. Dr. J.
D. Wesley. nov 11-tf
I would like to do your plain sew
jno - and Art-Amr
Mrs. Ophelia Dunn.
caD , .
lor xnanKsjjivmg ojsiera, ccicx-y
For appropriate Floral Designs, call
on J. C. Thompson, agentxor Honaker,
the Floribt, Lexington. It
Examine the beautiful New line of
25cts Books at Stormes' Drug Store.
Engraved Calling Cards. 1
Leave orders now for all kinds of
steel enBTavin!r for the holidavs. Dont
use a printed or written card. You will
be called "a back number." Storme s
Kev. Morrison at Mt Olivet.
The Record is requested to announce
that Rev. H. C. Morrison will begin a
meeting at Mt Olivet, in this county.
Sunday morning, November 20. .All
There were about 300 cattle on the
market Monday and probably two-
thirds of them changed hands. A few
extra good feeders brought 4 l-4c but
4c was the ruling price. Some went as
low as 3 1-2, however. Heifers were
slow at 3 2 to S 1-4. Butcher stuff was
not in much demand but some sold as
hieh as 3a3 l-2c. The mule and horse
market was dulL Journal.
The Stanford Journal says a friend
there has received a letter from Rev.
George O. Barnes saying that he has
opened a meeting in Washington City.
He went to New York to see about the
publication of i.is book, haying only
enough money to take him thither.
Since then a friend in Omaha has sent
Miss Marie the money and other things
necessary for the tr.p and she has
joined her father at the capital.
Will Dunlap Returns.
Will Dunlap, who has been in the
6th regular cavalry, returned home
Monday rom Huntsville, Ala. He says
he only enlisted to serve through the
war, and as soon as he could possibly
doso, obtained an honorable discharge.
His papers are highly endorsed and
Will received many compliments from
superior officers. He has been sick
since coming from Cuba but is about
all right now. Will says army life
far irom being the pic nic it is cracked
up to be, and he has enough of it
Xhe Campbell-West Wedding,
The marriage of Rev. T. H. Campbell
and Miss Chloe West took place at the
Baptist church Tuesday morning at
ten o'clock. The arrangements were
carried out as stated in our last issue.
The church was crowded almost to
suffocation by the friends of the con
tracting parties. Mr. and Mrs. Camp
bell were the recipients of
beautiful and costly present s, in fact
we do not remember of any couple
having been so well remembered by
their friends. Among the list was
set of handsome table and tea spoons
from the Knights of Pythias lodge
and an ant dock presented by the
members of Mr. Campbell's congrega
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell left for
Washington immediately after the
ceremony. They have the well wishes
of the entire community.
The Fiscal Court has invited a num
ber of prominent tax payers to meet
with them this, Thursday, afternoon,
for the purpose of. discussing the best
method of disposing of the turnpike
bond 5. Any citizen who feels enough
interest in the matter should be pres
ent "this afternoon and give his views
on the subject The court has receiv
ed a bushel basketful of letters and
telegrams from all over the country
making inquiry into the matter and
wantinsr the bonds. J. hey will cer
tainly bring a good figure, as the coun-
y is in as &ood condition as any in
the state. L.ast year, oeiore ma iuru-
Pko question was voted on. the county
levy was lower toan it uau uu 1U
fifteen years. As matters now stand,
she owns excellent buildings, all o-
which are paia lor ana in spienaia
shape, and her expenses are as low as
it is possible to make them, as saia
aboye, there will be no tro uble what-
Aver in sellinc the bonds, and the rate
of interest will be lower than the most
enthusiastic had hoped lor. It you
see this before the meeting is held, go
to the Court House and help talk the
ChristmasI Christmas! Christmas!
Stormes' Drug Store.
It's a little early, but. we can't keep a
good thing always. We want to tell
you that this year we will give over
I our entire store for three) weeks to the
- 1 display of CHRISTMAS- GOODS ex-
I clusivelv for the benefit of the careful
Christmas Shoppers We have been
- getting ready since last "July. Don't
think of buyingy&ny thing until yon
examine what we have. A little later
- 1 we will, tell you mora, aoout it Our
in I goods are now coming in' and we
haven't time to write any. more.
We have recently
received anotner shipment of
Lad ies J ackets and Capes
We are showing some
Nice Tailor-Made Suits for Ladies
at prices from $10. to $20.
OllX lin6 Of
all and Winter Dress f oods
is Complete and prices Low
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY.
The LOGAN DRY GOODS 60.
For sale Typewriter. Je Haselden.
See Lillard & Stout's holiday goods
at Danville. They're as fine as you
can find in the city.
The Lancaster Post G. A. R. will
have a called meeting Saturday after
noon. Jim D Hon, Quartermaster.
J. C. Thompson has put in the latest
style show cases and otherwise fitted
up his store for the holidays.
Lillard & Stout, the Danville drug
gists, will have the finest line of Xmas
goods in Central Kentucky. See their
The ladies of Pleasant Grove church
will serve an oyster supper atthe res
idence of Mr. TotnAdams on Thanks
giving night All cordially invited.
I am bound to sell goods, and in or
der to do so I am selling absolutely
all-wool goods, from Wanamakar fc
Brown, at Philadelphia prices. Suits
for 58, $10.50 and.S12.50 that cost from
S3 to $5 more elsewhere. They are
selling and giving satisfaction. Come
and save money. Fits guaranteed or
no pay. M. D. Hughes, Agt
Electric Rail ICoad.
Sunday's Conrier-Journal has the f ol
lowing dispatch from Lexington which
is news to the people of Richmond: 'A
company is being formed in this city
to build an- electric railway between
Lexington and Richmond, Ky.,
tfin- of twentv-two miles. The prin
c- . pronioters are W. J. Loughridge,
Vice-President of the Electric Street
ComDany ani Dr. Bennett, President
of the National Exchange Bank. The
q wiU cogt $125,000. It will cross
the Kentucky river at Clay's Ferry
A ruling with reference to the
A rulmsr with reference to the war
revenue act, which will be of the great
est interest to persons having dealings
with banks, has been made by Commis
sion er of Internal Revenue Scott
Some time ago one of the Cincinnati
banks endeavored to evade the placing
of a revenue stamp on its checks by
permitting the depositors to give re
ceipts instead for the money which
they drew out Other banks, of course
objected to this procedure and the
matter was submitted to the Attorney
General for an opinion.
In accordance with the latter, deposi
tors of banks can draw out money with
out.affixincr a stamp to a check an in
stead therefor gives receipts.
This, however, holds good only
where the depositors themselves with
draw the money. ' Others who present
cheeks for payment mast affix" a stamp
hereto as usaaL.- -, -
You will find them
Nice Styles, Low Pricei
T. S. Elkin has purchased of R. H.
lomlinsori the Marrs storeroom. Erect
nice building- there now. Colonel,
and help the old town along.
I have decided to locate in Lancas
ter and will move here, with my fami
ly, about December 1st, to practice my
profession. W. Burnett, M. D.
Appointed Arsenal Keeper.
A special says W. A. Berkele, of
this city, has been appointed keeper of
the State Arsenal at Frankfort The
place pays S300.
We are offering for sale buggies.
surries, phaetons, road wagons and
harness at lower prices than ever of
fered in Lancaster.
W. J. Romans, Carriage Co
Free to Danville.
The remaining toll gate between
here and Danville was taken off Mon
day night, Boyle county having
bought its end of the road. There
were S 1-2 miles, for which the court
paid SI, 000 per mile.
The merchants will close Thanks-
ffivinsr tor cnurcn service in tne morn
ing, and will also keep their doors
shut in the afternoon, in order to give
the employees a few minutes breath
"Ve Want at Once
Several reliable salesmen to sell our
complete line of supplies for Thresh
ers. Mills, Factories, Engines, eta
Steady and profitable work all year
round. Address The Crown Supply
Co., Cleveland. Ohio. It
Too Much Powder.
While out hunting, Clay Green, the
colored musician, was badly injured
by the gun bursting. Both eyes were
closed for a day or two, but his sight
is much improved now, and tne chan
ces are in his favor.
The Eayal Im Ue fclKst rafc hakim fmm4 I
bna. Actfl Utrnwhrnr it i I
tfcirt fartiNX Um otJwr feraaa, I
I S&SSJM CO., MIW WGK
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