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VOLUME IX. . ., Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster, Ky as Second Clats Matter. KWtZ r Cor. Public Stuart and Danville Avenue. LANCASTER, KY., EFIDAY, APRIL, 1. 1898. New Departure. We now have the cel ebrated Florence Farm Wagon Which is made with springs. They are made to hold up about 1,000 pounds more than the old style wagon. It adds to the life of wheels, bed and gear. Call and see it. J. R. Haselden. HARDWARE AND IM PLEMENT HOUSE. Lancaster, Ky. Col. W.G.Welch. Stanford. W. I. Williams, Lancaster. ma i mm, Attorneys at Law, . LANCASTER, KY. All business attended to promptly. BEAZLEY &BAH&HMAW.' UNDERTAKERS and dealer in Furniture, Carpets, &c. Lancaster, Ky. GREAT BARGAIN SHOE SALE. Always alert for the "benefit of our customers and friends, and on the lookout for the best "bargains in Shoes for the money, we have made a purchase of the Assignee of The Mason Cobb Co., for 300 Pairs Men's Sample Shoes at a big Cash Discount. These shoes range in price from $4. to $7. We -will give you Choice of the lot for $3. These shoes are TJp-to-Date in every Respect. Ccme early and get first choice. This line consists of ITici Kid in Black and Tan, Willow Calf, Box Calf, Black and Tan Patent Leathers, All Styles Toes and Lasts. Besides this large line of sample shoes we have "bought largely of Plorsheim & Co., of Chicago, and The Geo. E. Kurt Co., of Campello Mass. two of the largest "builders of Mens fine footwear known to the shoe trade. . Chocolates, Tans, Vici Kid, Box Calf, Black and Tan Patent Leather. IN FACT EVERYTHING THAT GOES TO MAKE UP A COMPLETE LINE UP-TO-DATE FOOTWEAR FOR MEN. Never in the history of our business experience have we been so well fixed in LADIES, MISSES and CHILDREN SHOES --.- . as we are this season. "Come and look through our please you in styles and price. OGAN i IN AND ABOUT !0e0000800O00O0e00006000000ttfrOWOOWWi All Fool's Day. We print horse bills. Get your fishing' tackle. Been vaccinated? If not, why not? The City Council meets Monday night. Gen. Gordon at at Stanford Thurs day night. More dried peaches at 5c per bound. R. A. Stona. Northern seed Irish, potatoes atgl ,7J per bushel at Gaines1 The best two horse wagon on the market at G. S. Gaines'. 3 he greatest Disc Harrow on the market, at G. S. Gaines'. New stock Musical Instruments and Strings at J. C. Thompson. - Come to my opening Saturday, April 9th. Mrs Moody Harden. About 1.53D people in and near Lan caster have been vaccinated. Big line of mens, womens and chil- drens shoes, cheap at S. T. Evans " See J. R. llasclden'd line of disc har rows, best and cheapest on the market. Ladies I want to see you all at mv store Saturday, April 9th. Mrs. Moo dy Harden. For 12c per gallon you can pet the best headlight oil on the market at G. S. Gaines'. Kgcs for Hatching. From prize wining Black Minorcas 15 eggs for Sl.OO. R. L. Elkin 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. Pardoned. George Huffman, who was sent from this county to the pententiary for eight years, was pardoned by Acting Governor Worthington. 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 & E0BI1TS01T. LANCASTER. I We print envelopes No drunkenness Monday. The jury cost $504 last court. A light snow fell Wednesday. Fresh garden seed at S. T. Evans'. - Best coal oil 10 cts per gallon R. A. Stone. Maple shade tree3 for sale by J. C. Thompson. -1 Potts patent flour 82.80 per 100 lbs. R. A. Stone. y Wanted, hens at 5c per pound. H. B. Northcott R. A, Stone pays, cash for Egs, poultry, calves etc." Bitter secure a seat for the Gordon lecture at Stanford. R. A. Stone will sell you salt either in sacks or barrels. -' We print typewriter letter heads on excellent bond paper. Wanted, car load of Iron, Bones and Rags. IL B. Northcott The Richmond papers say the small pox situation is much more encorag ing that city. Postmaster West is getting onto the run of his office rapidly. Mrs. West his assistant, is quite efficient and obliging. I have sold no coffee at 8 1-3 cts The person who says it, is "out of his head." R. A. Stone. Bourbon Steam Laundry. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your orders at Sweeney's store. tf Q Col. B. F. Robinson accidentally burn el his fort last week, but we are glad to say "Uncle Ben" is not seri ously injured. Murdered at Marcellus. The expense account of farmers, by grinding plow points at C. K Poindex ter's. nov-25-tf. Tickets. All my customers.of last season, can come in on Tuesday and get tickets for the pants to be given away. M. D. lIuGiirs, Agent ' . line, we can certainly We print letter heads. New lina Calicoes at S. T. Evans See 'em. Harness verv cheap at W. J. Romans Carriage Co. Business on "Jockey Row" was even dull Mo a day. Cheapest Furniture ever in Lanc-.s- ter. R. A. Stone. 200 bushels fancy cultivated hemp seed at G. S. Gaines1 ; v Nice convenient rooms for rent Mrs. Mary Cunningham. 2t The houses in which there was small pox will be burned at Richmond. Circuit court aljourned at Richmond til the lSth on account of smll-pox. I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Wanted, Veal Calves. Will go to country and buy. II. B. Northcott Tell your neighbors to come to my opening Saturday, April 9th. Mrs. Moodv Harden. See how cheap yoa can buy a buggy or any kind of vehicle from W. J. Romans Carriage Co. Joe Waters and Barnes Wearen have decided to abandon the idea of giving a musical contest at Stanford. Easter. Orders for easter suits must go in at once if you want your suit to wear that day. J. C. Hemphill. Wanted, 100,000 pounds of wool, will pay highest market price, cash. 3 25-4t Ei.kin & Dotv. Sam T. Evans has the largest line of bugies and phaetons ever brought to Lancaster. Save your or ders for him. , My fine red Durham Bull will make the season of 1893 at my place one mile from Lancaster, at $2.00. Money due when services arc rendered. Geo. W. Evans. Look To Your Interest. Best home-imde buggies on the mar ket at J. B. Ely's Paint Lick, Ky. Gen eral repairing and horseshoeing a specialty. Give us a trial. 3-lS3ra. Lecture at the Grove. Rev. Cowden, of Lexington, will de liver a free lecture on Forign Mission, at the Plcascnt Grove church next Monday night, April 4th, at 7 o'clock Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to our many friends, who were so kind to us in our recent bereave ment T. M. Arxoi.d and family. Good for John. The inmates of a pest housa at Jelli- co were turned out, but Conductor Jno. Rose refused to let them board his train coming north on the L. & N. Rev. T. n . Campbell exchanged pul pits Sunday with Rev. Mohoney, of Stanford. The latter delivere 1 an ex cellent discourse which was enjoyed by a large congregation. The much war talking indulged in about town goes to show that much patriotism abounds in the community. We would not give one regiment of Garrard county volunteers for ten regiments of "regulars." It is remarkable that so few people are laminar witn tne national airs. The average citizen doesn't know America" or "The Star Spangled Banner' from "Sugar in the Gourd." Those crying the loulest now for Spanish b-l-o-o-d will never smell pow der. Just wait and see 1: they go. Nay, Nay, Pauline, they will sit here at home, and tell how it "orter" be done. 'Twas ever thus, and ever will be thus. Mrs. M. D Hughes is in Louisville this week looking over the new spring styles and getting points on up-to-date dress making. She will visit all the leading establishments and remain in the city a week or ten days. Lhave just returned from the city with the cheapest xline of Millinary ever brought to Lancaster. I will have my opening on Saturday April 9. Ev ery lady is cordially invited. Miss Sallie Tillitt Congressman Davidson. Congressman Davidson is at present in Philadelphia ..on a brief so j ram, which recalls the following brief nc tice found in the Courier-Journal's Washington specials recently. Judging from this morning's Pbila delpbia papers Congressman George M, Davidson made a big hit at the annual dinner of the Commercial Exchange in Philadelphia last niht. Mr. David' son followed Secretary Gage's finan cial address and spoke lor a hall hou on 'The Bluegrass Region." He was frequently interrpted by applause, "His address was witty and kept his heare-s in continued lautrhter. when the Kentucky orator sat down," says the Kecoru, tne "assemblage rose and sang My Old Kentucky Home. The farmers, the mechanic and the bicycle rider are liable to unexpected cuts and bruises. De Witt's Witch Ha zel Salve is the best thing to keep on band, it heals quickly and is a well known core for piles, Stormes' Drug Store. ixr GENERAL GORDON o Lecture at Stanford Next Thursday Night, the 7th. Gen. Gordon will lecture at Walton's Opjra House, Stanford, next Thursday evening, the 7th, at 7:00 o'clock. This announcement is hailed with delight by the many persons who know Gen. Gordon's ability. He is beyond doubt, one of the branicst men in the nation, and, as this is probably his last ap pearance in this section of the state, all who can should hear him. General Gordon's subject will be "jha Lost Cause," and this lecture is pronounced equally as good, if not better than his several others. Those intending to go over should drop a card to Col. W. P. Walton, who will take great pleasure in le serving seats. Trespass. Mr. S. B. Henry, superintendent of Lancaster Cemetery, gives notice that he will proceed against any one who ides or drives over graves or lots People in procession are requested to observe this rule and wait for their turn to drive out regularly. False lteport. It was reported in town this morn in? that a nejrro woman had come rom Richmond and was m one of the Battle Row shanties with small-pox. Marshal Walker, Judge Burhside, Jim Hamilton and others made a diligent search and failed to find anything to bear out the rumor. Now They Kick. lhoseofour citizens who were in such a hurry to plant their gardens will have to do most of the work over. as the recent heavy rains washed the seeds out of the ground. The weather s likely to turn and freeze out what the rain d d not destroy, as the seasons are mighty curious these late years. A New Physician. Dr. G. B. Lawrence, recently of Mt. Vernon, has rented the cflieis of th" late Dr. W. S. O'Neal and will locate in Lancaster to practice his profession, Dr. Lawrence comes highly rccommen ded as a physician and gentleman and our people will, o'. course, gladly wel come him into our town. See his card elsewhere in The Rkcokd. Dolus It Well. Jno Farra and Jim Hamilton are seeing to it that every man, woman and child in town is vaccinated. Jim carries a pocketful of needles and any fellow refuses to go to the doctor, Jim backs him up in the corner and shoots it to him He is quite an expert. Far ra is a little shy on performing the operation but sees that the doctor gets the ones he finds. Spring Opening. Miss Minnie Eastham, the Danville milliner, has just returned from New York City where she purchased a love ly line of the very latest Spring Milli nery. These goods were selected with great care and are the prettiest to be seen in Central Kentucky this sea son. Miss Eastham will liavj her Spring opening tomorrow, Saturday, and the ladies of Lancaster and Gar rard are cordially invited to attend. It will repay one to see these goods. It "A word to the wise is sufficient" and a word from the wise should be sufficient, but you ask, who are the wis2? Those who know. The oft re peated experience of trustworthy per sons may be taken for knowledge. Mr- W. M. Terry says Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction than any other in tho market. He has been in the drug business at Elkton, Ky., for twelve years; has sold hundreds of this remedy and nearly all other cough medicines manufacnured, which shows conclusively that Chamberlain's is the most satisfactory to the people, and is the best For sale by R. E. McRoberta, Lancaster Ky. The RyaJ is tfc iMffcest grm4o bkia powdf fc w. Act I tet tkow it iae o IfcM farther thae say etfcw braai. POWDER AbMtatyPwv rovm. una powem co., mw tome I M W ii SPRING TOOK, We are now Remember we are clean ing out our stocK of CLOTHING, HATS and and will give you a big re duction on this class of goods. The Lop AT W. T. WEST'S OLD STAND 3 Read It. Messrs Baughtnan Bros., of Boyle, have their horse card elsewhere in Tiik Record. Horsemen should read it be 'ore deciding where to take their stoclc The Baughman boys handle nothing but first-class animals. A Great Contest. Messrs Beazley, Waters and Mene :ee, of Stanford, are making great preparations for their annual Elocu tionary contest which will ba held in Stanford June 17. The very best talent will be secured and a lively con tested is anticipated. Patriotism A report was circulated Tuesday night that war had been declared. The meeting at Logan & Robinsons at once adjourned to the street, secured drum and fife and marched the streets yell ing for Spanish blood. How many of the crowd will enlist and sholder a musket is hard to say. For Sunday Mail. Mr. Charley Frisbie took around a petition last week asking that a Sun day mail line be established between here and Stanford. The paper receiv ed many signers and the request will doubtless be granted by Uncle Sam, though we understand a protest will be filed. An exchange says a newspaper pub lished in a neighboring town sarcastic ally remarks that he wants to buy a sack of flour, a pair of shoes and a felt hat, and be is ready to receive the low est bids for the same, ne says that some of his town people treat him that way when they want printing done to the amount of two or three dollars. A Stitch in Time. It is said by knowing ones that chol rea invarriably follows small-pox This being the case the City Council should enforce the laws requiring premises to be kept clean. It would not be amiss to begin this work right now, the board should proceed with out the least delay. Wonder if this reminder will go in one ear and out the other? I was reading an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy in the Worcistcr En terprise recently, which leads ma to wiite this. I can truthfully say I nev er used any remedy equal to It for col ic and diarrhoea. I have never had to use more than one or two doses to cure the worst case with myself or children. W. A. Stroud, Popomoko City, Md. For sale by R. E. McRoberts Lancas ter, Ky. receiving our MS. SHOES n Dry Ooods Go. Hear 'Em Gas. If you want to hear war talk just stop in Logan & Robinson's store any evening after supper. Many enthusi astic citizens of the town have mada thj store their headquarters and meet .there to cuss and discuss the different moves made by Spain and Uncle Sam. Its worth a good admission fee to hear some of the arguments. Ho Will See. Jim Hamilton says he will mi-ki an effort to nr'sj a company of volunteers next week to go to Caba. Every fel low heard blowing about what the United States should do will be given an opportunity to practice what he preaches. It will be a plain case of "sign and go" or "shut up and stay at home." This will throw a wet blank et oyer the store-stove and street cor ner orators. The Small-Fox. Reports from Richmond, Middleboro and other cities where sra ill-pox ex ists, say the disease rapidly dying out and the outlook is decidedly bright er. The officials of these places are extremely cautions, and. as warm weather has set in the chance3are that we will escape the plague. People who have not been vaccinated should have that work done though, and take no chances on the matter. Nearly everyone in town has been vaccinated, which speaks well for them. If you do not believe in vaccination please read the card on that subject else where in The Record. It was sent to us by the State Board of Health and is straight goods. Patriotism. The young men, and old ones too, who have been congregating in Logan & Robinson's store lately to discuss the Cuban situation, decided to hold an "open session" at the Court House Wednesday night. The announcement filled the large room with ladies and gentlemen, and for several hours the building was made to ring with the eloquence of patriotic speeches. Lew is Walker presided and opened the meeting wita an appropriate address. Hon. R. 11. Tomlinson, Letcher Ows ley, P. W. Spencer, Captain Herndon Bright Swinebroad and others Bade timely and eloquant speeches and were liberally applauded throughout. Capt. Herndon drew from his pocket a pe titition and a-kjd those who wanted to join the army and fight to sign it. A good many did so, and a good many did not. It caused much merrimeat. The Lancaster bind was on hand and played a number of patriot! airs. A conspicious figure on the stage was the old veteran, Capt. F. J. White. Al though quite advanced ia years, the Captain said he was willing and ready to again shoulder a Basket te defemd his coantry.