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mtfm I 4e VOLUME IX. Xntered at the Joit Office in Lancaster, Kv., as Second Clots Hatter. TIBLTSHED VEEKLT BY LOUIS LANDRAM, Cut. Public Square and Danville Avenue. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 9. 1898. TERMS OF 8n BSCRIPTJOK lljoa o f.r Year n Adtauet. The Celebrated Self Basting Roaster . at price within reach of all. It bakes meats and fowls of all kinds. It sells everywhere at 50c and 65c; Our price is 25c 5, 8,10 gal Lard'Cans, good quality, the three for $1. Sausage Mill, Re-tinned, and Guaranteed the Latest Patent, we sell at $1.35 Butcher Knives. Good, all steel butcher knife for I5cts. A guaranteed knife for 011I3' 25CIS. Coal Bucket and Shovel, iycts Nickle-plated Poker with hard wood handle, we offer for sets. J.R.Haselden Col. W. G.Welch. W. I. Williams Stanford. Lancaster, WELCH 81 Attorneys at Law, Lancaster Ky. All business attended to promptly f t JL ft BEAZLET& BAtlGHMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture, Carpets, &c. Lancaster, Ky. HIOQOOOOOOOOOOOCU I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. The City Council met Monday night but did nothing1 worth mentioning. See our line of nandsome cut glass Morrow & McRob A deep snow fell Sunday. StnMr nf fine silk umbrellas itnd canes at Thompson's, the Jeweler All the latest novelties inVStcrling silver at Morrow & McRober A Many ladies were in town Surday drawn by ib.3 opening of holiday goods. II. M. Ballou and family have moved to the Ilarden rroperty on Richmond street I have a few more suits that I can make to your measure for 10.00. J. C. llemphi Five hundred plain gold and' set rings in diamonds and otlW precious stones, at Thompson's, thcVfeweler. Vvrrr Tiun rnr.lnnfls rood fcon at highest cash market price... Frsh gjslGcts. II. 1J. c;I:cOTT. V O.vslev & Einsteine, Chinese Laun dry. Offic; over Logan & Robinson's store. Rags, old iron and skins taken in exchange. With every Victoria cigar purchased at G. & Gaines' you are given a chance on a fine buggyJ Call and see buggy and mvesUgate.rv ' . Fin's ltrouze Gobblers. I have US fine Bronzj Gobblers which I will sell for breeding purposes at SL53 each, if taken before Dec 10. It Mrs J. G. Hkxdrickson, Lancaster, Ky Dough fur the Teachers. Miss Lusk, the superintendent, tells The Record she has received a check with which to pay the teachers their December salaries. Call early and avoid the rush. Every thing nice fresh and cheap at T. Curry. I have just received a special linq of samples from The Royal Tailors,' of Chicago, fresh from the mills, and they are beauties. Call and see tliem. J. C. Hemphill j !llie I.'uck-ioarJ tole given away by J. 1$. Jennings is on exhibition at V. J. Romans' carriage shop. Ex amine it and then come in and take a chases on it. nov-4 liioke Ills Hip. Charles Mahan, a little boy livin near Hiattsvlll, fell from a barn loft and broke his hip. The injury is not considered dangerous. Hominy and Oatfiakes aVT. Curry. jCu Keep warm at nigh warm comforts. Jos (y using good. has them. PaicinR. "Piers, nates. Citrons and Cur rents, fresh and cheap at T. Curry's t rt ninnoi K f .a nnd Cham' ber Sets, just received. G. S. Gaines- We are making aspecialty of ladies hose this week. 1 Wee our line. J. Jo seph. V . G. S. Gaines wilfhave everything freh in candies, nuts 'and fruiVfor Christmas. The dress goodx ve show were se lected with great cVre. See them be fore selecting elsewnere. J. Joseph. v Monky To Loan On real estate at 5 per cen ; address W. S. Lowwill At to-ney, Danville Ky. 11-1S-98 Wanted. I Vat Tupkfivsj un to b'& 13 Price will go lower after that date. II. 1$. -Northcott Tell us not that you can stojk than we ha1 and can proye it tnourntui numoors ,nd a better selected fine We know better, J. Joseph kmtts of Idas. Dont Id You will jzr.' Storme's Many Letters. Judge Burnside receives a big batch of letters by every mail from parties inquiring about the bonds. The indi cations are they will bring a handsome premium. Encraved Calling Citrds Leave orders now for all steel engraving for the hoi use a printed or written ca be called "a back numb Dru"1 Stora Snecial Judge in Estill. CapL Win. Herndon went to Estill county this wejk to sit as special Judge in a murder trial. Eitill is the Captain's old home and he has been looking forward to the trip with much pleasure. I.ejr Broken. Ed Walker, Jr., son of Hon. E. II Walker, of Upper Garrard, metwitha painful accident the other day.. He was riding a young horse when the ani mal slipprd and fell, breaking young Walker's leg. The limb was sit and he will soon be out again. SPECIAL LOW PRICES FOE THE NEXT Thirty Days O TV OVERCOATS, SUITS, BOOTS, SHOES Buy your underwear of us, We can save you money. See our Ladies Rubbers at 25, 35 and 50c We have Everything, from the Cheapest to the Best in Ladies Shoes. Pri ces ranging from $1 to $4. See our Novelties in Neckwear, Silk Handkerchiefs, and Mufflers for the holiday trade. Beautiful line of Umbrella.?. New line of - Hats Just Received. . LOGAN & EOBINSON. Call and see a beautiful line of Ruga at J. A. Beazley & Ca Wanted. Ducks and Geese. enn rrnnA Cloaca and H. Jl Northcott G S. Gaines will builfell the corn he can get at SI. 10 a barirl, payable in any goodsjie handles. lis a bad idea to have cold feet Get a pair of those Mb6shoes at Jo seph's and keep out tpe coW. , Moncv to Loan. For buildinir purposes, or on jvell improved Real Estate. Teims easy, j. u iiempijjju. Beautiful line of meditllians, glove and handkerchief boles necktie, col lar and cuff cases a&AVancy boxes at Thompson's, the Jewee : v . For Sale or Kent. Thirteen acres of Land, with resi dence and outbuildings, &c, on Dan ville street, adjoining B. F. Hudson. 1 jau. J. G. Sweeney. ' Attorney Homer Batson made his ma - den speech in circuit court Tuesday. It was highly complimented by mambers of the bar. Notice. If y u call for Potts Flour at Ihe leading grocers, and they haven't got it, order direct from n. C Potts,Buck eye, Ky. Wagon in town daily. 10-2 1-lm ' IilB Hop. Mr. R. A. Stone, the hustling mer chant and furniture dealer, killed a hog Tuesday which weighed 035 pounds. Its certoin that Bob will not starve this winter. r Bran and Shipstun. 1 have on hands a fine lot of bran and shipstuff. Will deliver at S10 and 12 per ton. Buy now while it is cheap, John H. Potts, nov-25 Gilberts Creek, Ky. Postponed a Fen Says. Sheriff Sanders has been so busy in court this week that it was impossible to get the sale for taxes nnde out This gives the delinquents a few days more in which to settle. The list will probably be ready by next issue of The Recohd. JUdUlUmu l)ea(l. Ultimus. the fine stallion formerly owned by Mr. M. T. Warren, of Eaton, Pa., but lately the property of R. M. West died this week of cholic Ulti mus wos an extra fine animal and had few equals. He was the last son of Hamiltonian 10. I would like to do your plain, sew ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. PrAtiipstline of Medallions on exhibi tion at Morrow & McRofrts. Wanted Furs Highest market price paid. H. B. Northcott Books. New, Cheap and Up-to-date. Stormes' Drug 1 Books. Examine the beautiful NeSvl lirfe of snnts Books at Stormes' Drui Store. Furs Wanted. I will pay highest Cash price for all kinds of Furs. N. II. Bogie, nov-ll-lm Marksbury, Ky. Not Guilty. The jury in the case of Porter Wear er, who killed a negro on B.ittle Row, decided he was not guilty, and Wear en was set free. 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. oct-2l-tf We have the largest line of sterling silver, sterling silver novelties and cut glass in the city, aprices that will astonish you. Engrd'MAg free of charge. Thompson, thejffeweler. . Attention, G. A. iV. All members are requested to be presont on Saturday afternoon at two o'clock, to elect officers to serve the ensuing year. This is important Jas. Dillon, Quartermaster. We are now offering buggies, phae tons, surreys, road wagons and har-r ness, cheaper than any one Kentucky, in order to make our large stock of spring veh trouble to show goods. Com day. W. J. Romans Ca Keductlon. I will deduct 5 per cent on all sales maLe for next 30 days, beside giving a watch or a handsome umbrella with each suit sold. Considering the quali ty of goods and the low prices, you can save money. Perfect fit or no pay. M. D. Hughes, Agent n Central doom for ts. No eWn Mon- iWle Co- Distillery Starts. The pilgrimage distillery started up a few days ago, making about ten bar rels of whisky per day. Qhis is one of the largest, as well as best plants in this section, and its manager, Col. J. W. Miller, and distiller, Cal Nevius, are up to date in their respective po sit. ons. Granted a Divorce. Mrs. Emily Bristow was granted a divorce from Frank L. Bristow, at Cov ington. Mrs. Bristow relinquishes all claims for dowerage, and Prof. Bris tow is to pay S'25 per month for the care of his daughter, who will be in custody of her mother. Bristow is the proprietor of Palisades at High Bridge. Acquitted. Wm. Wrenn, the first man to be in dicted in Kentucky under the anti- mob law, was acquitted in the circuit court Tuesday on the chargj o." raiding a gate on the Richmond pike last win ter. Wrenn has anotuer indictment against him for shooting at the gate keeper, but it was put off until next court j v Splendid Mail Service. Lancaster never had as excellent mail service as it has today. The night trains bring mail from the cities written that day, and it frequently happens that Chicago letters are de livered here the next morning after they are dated. The patrons of the post office are delighted with this ar rangement and will see that it is kept on. Moved to Covington. Mr. George R. Hardin and family left Monday night for Covington, where they will make their home in the future. Our peopla dislike to lose this excellent family, as their sterling business and social qualities had en deared them to alL Mri Hardin was engaged in the millinery business here or a number of years, and by her close attention to the wants of her patrons, and honest dealings, built up a splen did trade. The Record wishes them much heppiness and prosperity in their new home. Interesting: Revival. The meeting commenced at the Methodist church Sunday is proving to be yery interesting and large crowds are attending. Services are held every night and afternoon. Rev, Morrison is & preacher of extraordi nary ability, and his sermons are high ly complimented. Those of our people who have not heard him should avail themselves of the opportunity. Rev. Morrison has plenty of material to work on here in Lancaster, and we hope he wjll succeed in. turning many Our New Tyre. The new type recently purchased has arrived and is in our office, but it takes same time to "lay" it in the cases. The attachments for the big news press have been put on, as the gool impression of this issue goes to show. To Go To Cincinnati. Take the noon train to Stanford and go to Junction City, where you make a close connection with the Queen & Crescent for the city. If yon want to so in day time this is the way to go. If you want to travel by night take the 3 a. m. train at the Lancaster depot and go straight through, arriv ing in Cincinnati at 7:30 a. m. Christmas Glfs. The Howard Tailoring company, of Chicago, will give a handsome life size Crayon Portrait, in a beautiful Igilt frame 16 by 21 inches, valued at S2.50, with each suit or overcoat sold before Christmas. You can have any picture enlarged. Prices same as before. You can take this portrait or a watch, or a handsome umbrella, valued at S2.50. Send your order in time. M. D. Hughes Agent Pettus-McCarley. The marriage of Mr. Joe Pettus, of Lebanon, and Miss Maggie McCarley was solemnized yesterday afternoon at the home of the brides parents Mr' and Mrs. James McCarley. The groom is engaged in business in Lebanon and is a prosperous and popular young gentleman. The bride is one of Gar rard's most popular and accomplished young ladies. Immediately after the ceremony they left for the home of the groom. The Record joins many admireas in extending congratulations. W w ( feyM That Christmas Presen Foryour wife or daughter that has been wor rying you so much of late, needs to bother you no more. Just come to our store and select a nice Jacket, Wrap or Tailor-Mads Suit which you can buy for very much less than they are worth. We are making Special Low Prices on Jackets, Wraps, and Tailor-Made Suits. ' In fact you will find our house full of Holiday Bargains in every line. The LOGAN DRY GOODS Go. All kinds of masks for r mask )Tho parties. Thompson. Kay Peas, go to the lodge tonight You are wanted. An excellant letter from Prcachers ville arrived too late for publication. Kstrayed. From my home on Danville street, black sow, just weaned pigs. J. W. bweeney. The grand jury returned fourteen indictments Wednesday morning. They were all for misdemeanors. The Masonic Lodge meets Monday niirht. and it is hoped as many mem. bers as can conveniently so will be present Only a few small Commonwealth's cases were tried in the Circuit Court this week, though the civil docket was greatly reduced. Dolls, toys and everything in that line. Bring the caildren to see 'them. If you dont see wfaat you want, call for it At Thompson's. L- . Beautiful. A Recokd" man took a saunter around town Saturday afternoon and was amazed at the large and exceed ingly fine stocks of holiday goods our merchants haye on display. We have never seen so brilliant array as has been brought this season. l Lancaster people have the reputation 'of buying the bebt to be had, and if tney can-t get this they simply do without Near ly every store in town has been put in extra fine shape, and those having special bargains announce tnat laci through the columns of The kecobd Badly Huns. The jury in the case against William McCov. chareed with killing his Xath er-in-law, Whitehead, could not agree on a verdict and it is believed they were the worst "hung" lot that ever tried a case. Three were for hanging, two for acquittal, three for life and the others ranged anywhere from ten to twenty years. A juror told us they mierht have staid in the room six moms. and would not have come any closer together. Judge Saufley discharged them and McCoy was taken back to jail to wait 'till next term of court when he will be tried again. Be sure toivisit our store at night, when you get the 2,000 candle power electric ligat. which makes the room lighter thqfa day. Thompson, the Jeweler. Died In Texas. News was received here Wednesday of the death of Ed Walker, son of Mr. Steve Walker, in Texas. We learn this morning the remains will be brought to Kentucky for interment Gets Two Years. The necro. Jim Rothwell. who was arrested for breaking into Frank Lack ey's store, had his trial this week and given two years in the peh. Rothwell went into Laokey'a bedroom and stole money from under the latters head while he snored away. Still improving. Iha Cincinnati Conservatory of Mus ic, which is by far the best institution of its character in the south, or out side of New York City, continues to add to its splendid facilities. The Commercial Tribune says: "Miss Rose C. Gores, a clever little Cincinnati woman, recently returned from a six years' course of study in Berlin at the Royal High School of Music, has been added to the faculty of the Conserva tory of Music. Miss Gores will deliv er a series of lectures on musical his tory, the first to be gi?en in Recital Hall, December 1, at 5 o'clock. Study ing under Spitta, the great authority on Bach and Mans Mueller, Miss Gores is undoubtedly constituted to render good service in the branch to which dhe is assigned." A report has gained circulation to that Dr. Acton will locate at Hiattsvilla We are glad to say this is a mistake and the doctor will remain in Lancas ter. We understand the Christian Sun day School will have a Christmas cele bration during the holidays. A mimi- ature Ferris wheel is talked of. Our letter from Stone last week has never reached this office yetT As there are cnlv two rehandlin;rs of the mail from this point we are at a loss to know what becimeof it The veteran typo, Capt P. J. White has been confined to his room this week by slight illness. We arc ex ceedingly glad to say there is nothing seriously the matter with our old friend, who is the mainspring of this office. Society Organized. Q lite a number of 3'onng girls and married ladles mot with Misses Nell Marrs and Gracie Kinnaird Wendesday afternoon and organized a "Social club". The club meets once a week with the d'ff.Tent members and the hostess of each week will be president for that time. The next meeting- will be held with Miss Mae Huglus Wed nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. lleady rorhusine.ss. Dolph Rice has moved into the hand some new stable just completed at Danville, and is thoroughly equipped for Feeding, Hitching and furnishing first-class livery. Swell Landaus for weddings, a .specialty. Ask for the Rica Stable when yod go to Danville and you will be given the best and your patronage appreciatod. tf. lfere's Genuine Friendnlp. Ellsworth, Kas. l-T-'OS. Dear Louis Realizing that it takes somthing more substantial than wind to run a newspaper, I inc'ose a small token of my appreciation of ycur jour nalistic proclivities, and hope you may continue to publish the best paper in Central Kentucky. Fraternally Yours, J. R. Tercy. Competitive Examination. On Saturday, Dec. 17, at the office of the County Superintendent, an exam ination will be held for teachers who desire an appointment to the Normal Department at State College. This is a compettive examination and is, therefore open to all teachers. Four appointments are to be made and those teachers obtaining the highest average in Arithmetic, D. S. History, English Grammar and Geograjhy will be en titled to the appointment Elisa J. Lusk, Ca Snpt. rom the error of their way.