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Enured at tJU Poi Ojfltee n Lancaster, Ky.. at Second Clot Matter.
PUBLISHED A EKK.L1I BY LOUId UMJKAM.
OW. Phtir .juir. and Dantrfllr iwnu.
1 , A n . A M KK. KV.. THURSDAY. NOVEMBE ,24. 1898.
TSKJtH OF 8U BiCRIPTIOX
tl.UO u er Ytar n Advanet.
W. I. Williams
WELCH & WILLIAMS
Attorneys at Law,
AH business attended to promptly
Col. W. O. Welch.
ff A.RTERIAL and CAVITY EM
BALMING a SPECIALTY.
Furniture, Carpets, &c.
Lancas' er, Ky.
- $57,000,000 -
In the following Fire Insuranct
iEtna of Hartford.
Qjieen of Ameriea.
National of Hartfort.
Phenlx of Brooklyn.
Hartford of Hartford.
Manchester of England.
Connecticut of Hartford,
fferth British and Merchantile. '
German American of Ye v Y ork.
Liverpool and London and Globe.
I also represent the old reliable
New York Life Insurance
BUT YOUR UNDERWEAR
Of Us and Save 25 Per Cent,
"We never before had such, values to offer. "We'bought our underwear way hack
in May when prices were at the very lowest and the Manufactures were glad to take
orders to keep their mill running. "We have some bargains that will be a great sur
prise to you. Come and see what we can give you for 50c per suit. Our suits at $1.00
are the greatest bargains ever offered in underwear.
SEE -BUR MEW'S HEAVY BOOTS. $1.50.
BU-EJLilli BOOTEES. Come and get
all gone. Prices $3.50, $4.0O and $5.00.
BEST LINE OF MENS' ALL WOOL SUITS
IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY FOR $7.50.
BEST 50 CENT
IN AND ABOUT
County Court Mon 'ay.
'B!g Court" begins Monday.
Hustle to bui.d up your town.
Fresh Oysters daily at Gaines
Ligh doe'eet for next week's court.
For sale .ypewriter. Joe llaselde
Hominy aud Oatfiakes at T. Curry;
merchants don't adver.
1V00I Suits for SU.5J. J. C. Hemp
T, Curry. "
,uics fresh and cheap at
Try tht- sresh
peanut candy at the
Q lit talking' about your neighbors
and go to work.
i'ears and Fancy
apples at G,
Call and see a beautiful line of Rugs
at J. A. Bc-;iz "- & Co.
Goo l fondle norse
ior ale M)r. J.
Try tiie Hatter .-c itch at t
Kitcnen. It is delicious.
Patronize the advertisers
RecoUD. They are up-to-date.
Raisins. Fiix. n.tiK Hitrnngnnil Pni
rents, freh and cheap at T. Curry's 1
The Recori office can do anv kind
of printing you mny want. Try us.
Large line of DThner Sits and Cham-.
ber Sets, just received. G. S. Gaines.
I woul 1 liite to ilo your plain sew
ing and dyeinff. Mrs. Oph -lia Dunn.
Purest and best Sa'e. Salt Peter arid
Pepper. istorm-s'. Drus; Store.
New, Cheap and Up-ti.-date.
Stormes' Drug Store.
Examine the beautiful Kew line of
25cts Uooks at Stormes' Drug Store.
Money to Loan.
Fcir building purposes, or ons well
imprcv-dRcal Estate. Teimseasy,-
J. C. HemphilL
OUR7.50 AND$10 ULSTERS.
COLORED SHIRT ON
R 0 B I N
Fresh Oysters received daily. 'Served
and sold. O. F. lillett, Lancaster
See Morrow and McRobertsvChist-
mas goods. 'Ihey are arriving (Nrery
day. V X
Leave "Orders at-the Kandy Kitchen
for Thanksgiving oysterscelery anil
T linvp n ft iv mnrp Quits that. T rnn
)uke loyour measure or S10.QJ). J
J C. HemphilL
Isothinir becomesxa . woman mon
than a t.rettv eloak.VSee the beaut
ful ones at JoseplrX 1
Biggest line of Sterling.Silver novel
ties ever brought to Lancaster, Mor
row and McRoberts, N
G S. Gaines- will buy ah the corn he
ean get at SI. 10 a barrel, payable
any goods he hmdles'
Mosey o Loan On real estate at 5
per cent; a ulress W. S. Lowwill At
lorney, Danville Ky. I1-18-9S
Buy your Sare, Salt Pier and Pep-
No I ice.
Taxes p .st due. Pay be ore tin
penalty goes on.
J. B. Sanders, S.
If you have a s.ck triend, cheer hiui
un with a box of ll'inaker'a n
dowers. J. C. Thoiup-son
The reason some merchants do no
auvertise is because they have no bar-
g iins on hand to tell about.
Uonaker's Premium Cdi.ry s a'njt h e
jnums are a class by themselves. Leava.
your order witn J. C Thompson, Agt.
It is all wen euuugu to la.k aoout
pretty dress goo. Is, but seeing is be
lieving. VCome look at our line. J.
I will pay highest Cash price for ail
kinds of Furs. N. u. Bogie,
nov-ll-lm Marksbury, Ky.
Dr. Acton, assisted by Dr. Price, of
Level G een, operated on Charley Gas-
tineau, near Hyattsyille, this week for
caries of the oscalsis, the result of an
injury received some time ago.
a pair before they are
uni nifinn in
nUVGIUGu Hi ,'1
A stylish lady will insist upon hav
ing pretty shoes. We have the pretti-
.et lino fn fexvort. fYifriA anrl coo'
Come and see
With every Victoria cigar purchased
at G. S. Gaines' you.are given a chance
on a fine buggy.nCall and see buggy
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.
.? For Sale. x
Several pieces oi valuable town pro: -
eriy. i you wuu b u nume, tuiuvi uuu
ee me. J. C. Hemhill, K
Real Estate Agent.
I. you call lor Potts Flour at the
. adiug grocers, and they naveu't goi
u, oruer uirect from h. L. Potts, Buck
.ye, ivy. agou in town daily.
.he lucK-.oard tote given away
y J. B. Jennings is on extnbitiui.
a VV. 1. l.omaus' carriage snop. E.-
.mine it and then come in and take
jiiauce on it. nov-4
1 have just received a special line oi
lUinpies irom The Royal 'iaiiors, oi
unicago, iresh lrom tlie mills, and the
are beauties. Call anu see tiiem. V
J. L. UempnilU
Engraved Calling Cards.
Leave oiders now lor all kinds u
steel engraving ior tue uolidas. Don
.ise a. printed or written card. You wi.
oe called "a back number." Stormed
Drug Store. '"
Five Unhappy Couples.
Five couples-, who had hitched uj
for better or worse, have concludes
.uey were getting the worst end 01
.ile, and fi.eJ suit for divot ce at tin
a.pproacning' term of court. Two aii
wnile persons ana the otners negroes.
J. C. 'Ihompson has had an arc ligh
? ut, m bis store and the result is ver
idlisfacory. I!y tue use ot thus on
..imp the store is made brighter thai
day light. Several other merchant.
.idve si.nided tneir intention of usin
tne same kind of lamps.
We are now ottering .buggies," phat-
oiis, surreys, road wagons and har
ness, cheaper than any one in Centra
iventucky, in order to make room f c.i
ur large stock of spring vehicle's.! 2v
trouble to show goods. Couiein Mon
day. W. J. Romans Carriage Co.
Please Keport It.
I' subscribers lail to receive Tui
tlECOKD, they will do us a irreat favo
report the fact. Uncie bam paj
ighty good money for delivering l,
ails, anil if you lail to get your p-
per we will see that the fact is prompt
ly reported to the proper authorities
Tut 'Em Up.
The gasoline lamps have never been
put up between the Square and the de
pot, and as a result the people coming
on the night trains have to wade
through the mud and compliment the
Council. These lights are needed bad
ly and we hope the city dads will get
move on them and see that they are
Will Preach Every, Sunday.
Dr. J. Lapsley McKee announced
Sunday morning that he would preach
here every Sunday during the winter.
his will be gratifying news to the
many admirers of Dr. McTTee. He has
always been a great favor .12 in Lan
caster, and the people, irrc" rctive of
denominations', are always - . id of an
opportunity of hearing him,
The Bible Society. ;
The Garrard County Bible Society
will meet in tho Christian church in
Lancaster next Sunday evening at
clock. All the ministers in the coun
ty are vice-presidents of this society,
and the church members are especial
ly invited to be present at this meet
ing. It is hoped a large audience wi1!
be on hand promptly.
Prayer Meeting Might Changed.
In order that Dr. McKee may be
present, the Presbyterian prayer meet
ing night has been changed from Wed
nesday to Monday night This does
not conflict with the meeting of any
other church and many people will
doubtless attend these Monday night
services to hear the doctor's talk.
Circuit court begins"next Monday
with the smallest docket in many
year. A lawyer, looking over the
books yesterday, told The Record that
if all the fees earned at this court
were paid to one- man ho would not
be able to stop a cracker wagon
mere ara tnirty-nve equity appear
ances and about fifty-five little, one
horse commonwealth cases to be dis
posed of One hundred and fifteen old
common law cases complete the list.
Tomorrow the Day.
Remember, on tomorrow, Saturday,
Nov. 20, we will give away the Large
Stove. All having guesses on same are
invited to be present. Also remember
our stock of Fall and Winter Goods
complete. We call especial attention
to our line Ladies' Jackets and Wraps
and Men's Overcoats. No old, "left
over" stock, but all New and up-to-
date and prices are Wat Down. Come
and see. E. L. Jennings & Co,
GenT Mdse. Paint Lick, Ky.
ttran tn:l Shlpstnn.
1 have on bands a fine lot of bran
and shipatuff. Will deliver at $10 and
SIS per ton. Buy now while it is cheap.
John II. Potts,
nov-25 Gilberts Creek, Ky.
Thanksgiving services will be held
in the Presbyterian church today he
fining at 11 o'clock. Dr. McKee kind-
.y consented to remain and preach, and
t larg congregation slu u'.d, aim doub
less will be out to hear hiui.
Garrard Iik Wins.
A special iY. m l.owiiug Gree.i sa.
tue ludL'cs nt the National rox uun-
ars Associ t;ou, now in ses- ou ttu-re.
aaraeu nrst prize-to aiKer c aog,
"lop". Air. Waiker has the best piCK
of hounds in the state and always gets
v prize at these meetings.
Ihe Masons have had a beautifu.
jarpet piaceu ou their hull, aud it, to-
tuer witn the pretty paper and elec
tric lights, makes the handsomest
.odjfe room we ever entered. The u.av
Peas meet there now and all the bretn-i-eu
aiiouid go to the lougeand see how
aice and coiuionauie it is. lnis win
ureak up the dancing now, and the
uya are without, a place in whicu to
r.p the light lautastic.
Stores Cloe 1'hursday.
A number of merchants uecided to
.vo tneir cieras u weit-earued breatu-
speil un laauitsgiving day, anu
via close up at the usual hour, lu
.'ciock, to attend preacuing. ln-
tead of opening after dinner tue
uerchants aud c erts will remain at
heir own hrcside, tuanu an Alwise
c'ower that ousiuess has been good
.uis fall, andiel their turkey digest.
mis is a splenuid idea.a Nearly ah tne
.lurchunts will uo tuis, tuo' suuii
ouid Keep open on Sunday n tue taw
dn't prohibit it.
Brother Uoiven to Iteslgn
At the regular service at the Chris-
au church buuday morning, Eid. Geo.
ijweu annouueeu that at ihc expira-
.ou of his year (February we beiieve),
aj would sever his connection as pa.
r o. tne churcn. He also added tuai
.e ra.gnt leave sooner, i. he completeu
i.her arrangements. Mr. Gowen has
eu in ijaii caster for a number oi
.ears and has many warm friends
Je is a splendid preacher and one who
I es not nesitate to sav what, he things
a any que.it. ou. The churcn has no
et considered the name ot another
ninister, but win matte a selection
re Air. Gowen leaves. Air. Gowen has
jeen a mighty good friend to he Rec-
ud, aud we. wish him all good in the
iew location he selects.
Ihe list of subscri tions toward
jaildin" the opera house and hotel is
till swelling, and the required amouut
ivill soon be raised. Nearly every man
in shape to do so has taken stock and
mly a small amount remains be se
cured. The enterprising men of the
town are working with a vim, but as
usual, a few sorry, space-occupiers are
chrowing cold water on the plan. The
"gas" of a few objectors has its weight
but we confidently believe that this
plan to build will be carried to com
pletion. Nine-tenths of our people are
for progress, and the thing for them
to do is to freeze out the old funeral
processions who take no interest in
the town's welfare and only look out
for their own selfish carcasses. To use
slang expressions, always extend the
"Glad hand" to enterprising men and
rive the selfish draw-back the "Marble
Preacher in Jail
Andy Britton, a negro preacher from
Lexington, came to Lower Garrard
last summer and said he proposed to
induce the colored population of that
vicinity to turn from the error of their
way. He held a '.'Big Meetin" and
was cutting quite a wide swath. One
night a colored man went to the store
of Mr. Jno. C. Huston in that locality
and made a small purchase. While
the merchant was in the rear of the
store, the man smashed a show case,
grabbed a sack containing some money
and ran away. Mr. Huston recognz
ed Britton as the man and the grand
jury returned an indictment Brit
ton was not captured until last week,
when he was brought before Judge
Burnside. The court concluded it
would be better for the cause of relig
ion to keep Britton out of the minis
terial field and sent him to jail for
Will Have to Walt.
The Knights of Pythias are anxious
to take stock in the proposed new ho
tel building, but they have a little
suit on hand just now, the result of
which will have to be awaited before
they make the investment As stated
The Record some time since, the
Knights bought the lot on Lexington
street owned by the West heirs. Since
the trade the question of validity of
the title has been raised and the lodtr
believes that, owing to interests of in
fant heirs, and the wording of a will
the title can not hold. Mr. West, on
the other hand, claims the title to be
absolutely sound and has brought suit
in the circuit conrt to settle the mat
ter. The case will be decided by Judge
Sauflev next week, and if the title
not all right the Knights will invest in
the new building. The plans are
drawn for a lodtre room and it can be
built and not interfere in the least
with the hotel or opera house space.
t ti mm
jcannot do better than mon
ition our line of
Does more towards beauti-L
fying a table than Silver orj I S
If you appreciate this fact?
and are desirous of obtain-f
ing Table Linen of .Charm-
ing design, fine finish andj
WAVwJt4WAA V MWVM J U
PTD TpT7Quoing uui
You should visit our store) will make skirts of fashion
and examine our line. 'fable matfvrinl nf oTnoii.T.f
"We also have a nice line
of Napkins and Towels.
Pleasant Grove Supper.
The ladies of Pleasant Grove church
will serve oysters at the residence of
bm Adams Friday Fov. 25th, instead
f the 24th as announced. Admission
5cts. Doors open from 3 to 10 p. m.
Saves The Two Cents.
The Lancaster banks have had The
Record office print each 5,000 blank
receipts to be used in saving their cus
tomers the two cent revenue stamp.
Most of the banks over the country
have done away with the regular
checks and have substituted receipts
for them. These receipts are printed
blank forms, leaving only the
amouut of money the patron desires to
raw to fill out . They read like any
other receipt, and when filled out and
properly signed, the man who presents
at the cashier's window can draw
money, proviaea ne nas money u w
bank. The idea that receipts could be
substituted for checks was given the
local bankers in a ruling by the Com
missioners of Internal Revenue in an
swer to a question irom u ujuuci m
North Carolina. Nearly every bank in
the state has adopted the plan.
Will he Married Today.
Mr. Charles Frisbie and Mias Mary
Aliller will be married in Louisville
this, Wednesday, afternoon at the res
idence of the bride's brother-in-lawj
Mr. Robert E. Hughes. While this an
nouncement will be a surprise to ma
ny, yet the more intimate friends of
the contracting parties have been
aware of the approaching nuptials for
sAvfiral weeks. Miss Miller left for
the Falls City last Saturday, accompa
nied by her friend, Miss May Hughes.
Mr. Frisbie followed Sunday night
and was accompanied by Messrs. Letch
er Owsley and Herbert Price. The
ceremony will be performed this af
ternoon and the newly wedded pair
will leave immediately for Omaha, Ne
braska, where Mr. Frisbie expects to
ensratre in.business. The bride is the
second daughter of Col. John W. Mi 1
ler, "of this city. She is a young laoy
of extraordinary intellect, her charm-'
ing manners, and is industrious and
tirettv. Bv her friendly, affectionate
manners, and desire to be agreeable.
she made herself a great favorite
Lancaster society. The groom is the
oldest son of Mrs. Mattie Frisbie, of
this city. He is a young man of good
sense and education and has fine busi
ness qualifications. He has been
leader in Lancaster society and num
bers his friends by the score. He is
pretty well fixed with this world1
goods and starts out with flattering
prospects. Both bride and groom are
splendid friends of TnE Record and
we devoutly wish them a voyage thro'
life wholly clear of the stumbling
bloc s which line its pathway: ,
f As a suggestion to aid ir
Jjjthe Saving of Money -w
T TD rFl O
They are stylishly cut and
material, and at prices that
- twill interest vou-
To every reader of this we extend
cordial and earnest greeting- with
the utmost enthusiasm -and satisfac
tion. We are enthusiastic for tne rea
son that the prospects of the seasou
arc particularly promising for both
buyer and seller; we are satisfied, be
cause, anticipating an unusually larga
demand for holiday g'oods, we have
put in place a stock so complete, so
meritorious, so perfect, that we know
we can please the purchgsing public,
and are equally positive that they will
be pleased with themselyes for dealing
Our stock is most 'attractive, and
mbraces the latest novelties, the best
of goods ot the reliable kind. The
assortment is one calculated to meet
taste, means aed preferences of every
individual likely ro enter our store. If
standard merit and extensive variety
go for anything, they will score us a
record for the present season that will
see all our old customer better satis
fied than ever before, and new ones
put on the list as friends of an estab
lishment that believes in dealing hon
orably and liberally with its patrons.
We are determined to make a notable
feature of the gift-giving, holiday-
shopping period, and are prepared to
serve all who come promptly, politely
and satisiactoriiy. it heart-warming
goods at home-cheering .prices have
any influence on our customers, their
dealings with us this season will be
eminently pleasant. Every article we
show is the best of its class, every class
repres en ted is varied and complete.
You h ave only to inquire tor what you
need, to have presented what you
want, fresh from the best and latest
marke ts, and possessing the right kind
of value for the right kind of price in
every instance. That .question of
price will be another loadstone to at
tract trade. We have two settled
principles strongly in view to give
tuli and exact value ior every aoiiar
spent with us, and to help you make
that dollar go as lar as it should, ana
much farther than anywhere else. Ex
perience and care have enabled uguo
buy our supero siock at the Closest
possible fignre3, and a brisk demand
tor the same aitoras us an opportunity
to turn our money 'quickly, .we are,
therefore, more inclined than ever to
shade profits to a point that will maka
this store tne prominent ana popular
one with every person who appreciates
trustworthy goods wlren seen, and
reasonable prices when backed up bV
solid, tangible value of the practical
One more word we invite you to vis
it onr store, and we intend to make
you welcome. If yon do not come to
buy, yon arc still expected and wanted..
Courteous 'treatment will convince
you that we are here to please; a sight
of our admirable assortme of goods
will educate you np to a iMfowIedge of
what is novel, appropriate and first
class. We make our bow to our cus
tomers with the conviction that we
shall suit on&.and alL We thank yon
for past patroage, and we show our
practical appreciation of the same by J? -presenting
oar best stock auiour beat
prices at tbisf the: best of all beat--'
easions the Holiday .Season oi 189S.