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LOUIS LANDRAM!, Publisher. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 29, 1H9. ONE DOLLAR A TEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, ICij., as Second Cias Mattcr.l "WIS of any Trarlg Alliances an d sx Prices to SUITDURGUSTOfVlERS Consequently you Can Buy More toils of Better Qual ity Here Than Else where in Town in m . 11 r 1 toner id allabhoice 1 i 1 .f p.. ASSUIlllllilll ui-oBa- sooable Goods At Low Prices. LOGAN DmSOODS COMPANY I WHAT'S GOING ON AT HOME. rretty Taffetas at Josepl See the Ladie's shoes at JoscplfSf Everything up-to-atc in Dry Goods at Joseph'?. ' -You must, you, yon, you, must pay me, you must pay me, you' must pay niv'. I?. A. Stone.- "Wheat VIieal IVlieat. We arc in the market for 100.000 bushels of wheat, and will pay top prices for it, cash on delivery. Call and sec us before selling. 11. A. P.. M.utKPnunv & Sox. Strnyoil, Large, brown horse, 12 years old, lit tle crease fallen, two 'white spots from saddle. Lert pl lenheim. May 22. anil has been seen near Lancaster. LibeN al reward for return to G. S. Gaines, Lancaster. 2t. Local ();;ln lilociloii. In the county court I-Tomlay an or der was made for the taking of the vote on local option in the "Walker's School House precinct. The date lixed is Saturday. July 20th. Mr. Ed Xorris, an enthusiastic supporter of local optiou up there. told Tim oui) that he believod the dryr, .voulcl with, but a light nr. be expected. jrociinjr r.'jiii ri3ati;: l. -At the last regular meeting of Lan caster lodge 101, F. and A. M., it was it was decided to. change the time of meeting from the second and fourth Mon- -day nights to the second and fourth Tuesday nights in oaeh month. This was done to avoid meeting on court day nights, when everybody is worn out from the day's work. The next meeti'ng will be held Tuesday, July 11th. This change suits the regular attendants at tlu lodge. .ind it don't make any (inference what those who don't attend think about it. A .lu-ic Coiiri Day. M'wt farmers remained at home Monday to look after the many tilings now to be d-mc on the farm. A very small crowd was in town and, aside from the cattle sales, nothing was done. Cattle buvers were inclined to hold off. on account of the prospects for a drouth and the prawn t t;. t. of grass and water. Peel liros., of .le.i- samine bought abunchofiiJO pnunl heifers at $22.00 per head. P ibcrts sold a bunch of light sto!: heifers at :il cents. Good, fat h 'ifer.; brought about 1 conts. Steers brought from 1 to cents. TiK're were about :5t) head of stock on the streets. A few plug bursas were sold- for a song. GLOKIOl'ii I'OI'KTII. Lovely Hosiery at Ja.yJh's. Call and settle, on or bcforcMuly 1st P. A. Stone. I'orlSalc." On easy p.iymon' a good house and lot. V. J. K031ANS. x 1 have waited long and nation My, now, I must have "that Jit thj-amount you owe me'. IX. A Stone. It 1 1 i I t I ! I SyJLi Ot If you want to buy a.jiice Puilding Lot 1 caji sell you one from 1 to -1 acres cheap. T.sCuniiEY. Fosu JIj Of July IZulctf. Low round tr'rp rates are jiiellcct frojjj-all-pyinl s on the Queen and Cres cent Route. Dates of sale July 2, : and lth. Ask your agent for full jnjir-ticulars. 3Ic.'ti:!r :io.v'rt. The meeting conducted by Dr J. L. Molvce at the Presbyterian church, was brought to a close Sunday night, on account of the intense heat. It is the intention to resume the meeting in the fall, when the weather is mod erated. The congregations enjoyed Pr. McKee's .sermons very much and were greatly benefitted by them. Kentm-'ty OhaMtau'jiia I.- .vlsi'iton. A Hay I'ull ort'alrlotiMii. "With thoughts on the anniversary f the great VICTORY AT SANTI AGO. All Kentucky will on this an- niversai v dav be in Lexington, where will be offered the Most Notable Fourth of July Celebration on the continent. Two marvelous lectures by men or nation-wide reputation in civil and nolitical life. In the morning, Con irressman Champ Clark, of Missouri, on "The Revival of Patriot ism." In the afternoon Congressman J. P. Dol- liver, of Iowa, a leader among men in magnetic platform oik "The Nation of America." Two grand band con certs. Amusements, of various kinds. Atnmht a Platform Entertainment which will pay you to come miles-to hear. The famous Ariel Lady Sex tette, the matchless Mendelssohn M:.Je Qujirtcttc: Signor Boscoc in unparalel ed feats of magic. Miss Sibyl Sammis and Miss Gertrude Smith, two famous reader Wonderful Moving Pictures by flir "Vitagraph, with illustrated songs. For brilliancy and variety this program has never been equaled on platform of the Kentucky Chautauqua. Come and spend the day and all it holds. o0c. Gets Everything for the Day. Reduced Rates on all Railroads. Farmer Head. "We arc needing all of our Sacks, and many of our friends have neglect ed to return the Sacks we have accom modating them with. "We lost by lire about 0,000 Sacks, consequently we need everv Sack that is due us. "We bought 0,000 Second-hand cotton Sacks, branded "Schwartz & Bros. St. Louis, Mo.," these Sacks are in the hands of our farmer friends, and they are using them.for milling purposes. A visit to Lancaster Flouring MJHs will.convlnee any one of the fact. We also have several thousand sacks branded "Ballard Sg Ballard Co.," or "Ballard Mills," and we nave also thousands of other sacks, and we no tice these sacks arc being used for milling and other purposes. Now we ask you in all kindness to see that every sack due us and in your pocess Ion is returned at once and you will confer a favor on us that we will ap priciatc very much. "Wc are. .also in the market for wheat and will pay the highest marxet price cash on delivery, x our a nen is, JL A. B. Mauksbubv & Son, A 1'aini r.u-st I'titerrlc. Adams' Fistula Salve, put up by Adams &.Fi:;h, Paint Lick, is meeting with ready Hale overy where. Persons who have" used it say it's a ma"rked success and a sure cure for Fistula. Polcvil, Swinney, Scratches. Enlarge ment, Greasy Heel, etc. It is sold on i writtenguarantee, and money re- lundcd if not as represented. ap-K Coo red Soldier.", Attention! The colored Regiments of the Regu lar Army arc tilling up very fast, and there are only a few vacancies left. Ml able-bodied colored men who can read, and all ex-soldiers who desire to re-enlist .should call at 'once at the Ilceruiting Oliice in Lexington Uusi- ..'ulle-'e Building. Main Street, near post oliice. Lexington, Ky. ma-l-tf NotU-e lo Fanners. Should you not want to sejl your wheat at present prices, and want to hold for a better market, we desire to inform you we have made arrange ments to store 1.1.000 or 20.000 bushels wheat here in Lancaster on the usual terms, to include lire risk. So bring us your wheat- "We also have arrange ments for storage account at Loiiis viile. II. A". B. MAKi;snri:Y&SoN. .Wore Iteeriilts Wauled tlie INiilipincs The Recuting ollicer in Lexington has just received instruction from the War Department to enlist a number if white men for Infantry, Cavalry .md Artillwy services in the Philip pines.. Theso men will be sent to San- Francisco at once to connect with Steam ship sailing the latter part of this month. Now is the chance for you to make a trip around the world. This opportunity will only last a few days and men wanting to join should apply at the ReCruting olliccs iii Lex ington Ky. or in Ashland Ky. or in Somerset Ky. at once.- ISxcuroIon to Old Xol:it Comfort Va. The Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. lias arranged a series of Excursions to Old Point Comfort Va.. during the month of July, August and September. These Excursions will be run cm the Secondhand Fourth Tuesdays in each month. The tickets will be goocl on the regular trains, and will be limited to 21 days. The rate will be 315.00 for the round trip. Persons desiring to go should send in their names for sleeping car space, and state on which train they will want to go. Any in formation cheerfully furnished on ap plication to any Agent, or to G. "W. Barney, Div. Pass. Agent, Lexington, Ky. IJc-.Mimicuiis Spill. The Republicans convention held Thursday resulted in two sets of dele gates being named to the state con vention at Lexington. The trouble arose over the selection of chairman. Col. D. R. Collier and Capt. "Wm. flerndon were placed in nomination. Col. Collier, who called the convention to order, then retired from the dial and "W. McO. Johnston took his place. Tellers were appointed and each re ported Collier as having the most votes. Chairman Johnston declared Collier elected and the latter took charge. Capt. Iferndon arose and said a number of unqualified voters had taken part, and also that the con vention was not held according to call and had it been called prompt at two o'clock, he would have then .had a majority. Collier said the protest came too late, as the chairman had tlen been elected, whereupon Capt. Ilerndon requested his friends to keep their scats until Gen. Collier complet ed his proceedings, when they too would hold a convention. This was dune and each party seloctod their delegates and alternates, twelve in number, and sent them without in trucoions,. Don't forget J tily 4 is thi tun fj r giving away tlYo mg C laking Range at Joseph's. Getymir tiekets ready. Sfai-iiicr:, NAUcntlon. Storage furnished for wheat. Sea R. G. Ward for particulars. Lancas ter Mills & Elevator Co. Next planClny, July .1, all holding tickets on the big Range at Joseph's must present them. All jiust r.E inMonuay night. n " "VTnmed. 100,000 bushels of wheat. Highest cash market price. C. C. Glass & Bro. Camp Nelson, Ky. june2'.Mt T2se3Ieslon thIfSiirltet. Hoosier Coin Plan tens.'. Brown Cul tivators, Johnston Rr-.HerY Barring Disc Harrows, Deerilig BiniTci-sand Mow ers. u. b. Gaines. Crepons at Jos Get your Binder Twiuc at Gaine's! Big Range at Jo.sopVs goes next Tuesday. Bring tnryour guesses. Your account will l)e due July 1, need the money and must have it. II. A. Stone. SUII VEVOIES IX TOWN. Taxi'K II:ic.' Town taxes arcTitow due, and prop erty owners should come -forward at once and settle. This has to be done and those putting it off too long will put to extra expense sf it oo i r T at nr.TT-i.!. v Stable Sletitcl. Messrs T..L. Sanders and Alex Wal ler have rented the tine brick stable now occupied by Rice Bongo. They lave not decided whether or not they vill run it or re-rent Jt. Mr. Bongo ells rLu will remain in livery busi ness, but as yet, "has not decided upon location. Su'ipcr TItursilay Ninlif. The ladies of the Presbyterian church will serve a supper at residence of Mrs. Margaret (Till Thursday evening, July sith. The siKpnar will consist of sand wiches,- coffee, picldcs, salads, ice cream. shorberL and cake. Admission lo and 23 cts. 5?elji'd tlie IS.tys. One of the horses pinling the. band to Kirksvillc Saturday, took side on thcToad home and, for a tim it look- d like the boys would have to hoof it to town. Jack ihatt came to tlie res cue, however, and Kmqjy loaned a mule. Jack is one of the cleverest fellows in the county, and never so happy as when doing a good turn for anyone. ICe;ilne!cy EWUors. 7his yea;-'? meeting of the Kentuc ky Press Association wKl bo held at Henderson. K'., Tuesday and "Wednes day. J uly 11th and 12th. At the clo-e of the meeting, the editors, their wiv- s, daughteis and sweethearts will go on an excursion to Petoskey. Michigan. via Chicago. The entire trip willcon- ume about a week. Secretary R. E. Morningstar reports that a larger number than usual is expected to take the trip, which promises to be quite a delightful one. "The only drawback to any intelli gent country community enjoying ed ucational and relining privileges islack of co-operation between the farmers themselves," writes Mrs. John B. Sims, of "Entertaining in the Country.'1' in the July Ladies' Home Journal. "Whenever a farming community realize that in themselves lie the means of educating their sons and daughters to love the farm and the farm home, and that because one does not have the privileges of the town or arge city there is no reason why he should stagnate either mentally or socially, they will have solved'the pro blem of how to live happily and con tentedly on a farm. KIs Fair at lUI:s!!oml. The entry blanks for the four, days, fair, to be held at Richmond the tirst week in August, show some big purses which insures line sport. Besides the Bankers Stake of 1000, offered by J,hc four banks of Richmond for the saddle HalHon, marc or gelding, any ago, there arc other good ones, as follows. Trots. 2:15 Class, 8400; 2:27 Class, S100; 2:22 Class, SK)0; 2-yr-old Class, 8300: 2:1S Class, $100: 2:.Iu Class, $400; :5:00 Class, $100: 3-yr-old Class, $:;0; R. B. Torrill Purse for Yearlings, SHoO. Paces. 2:17 Class, $300; 2:30 Class, 6300: 2:24 Class, $300: 2-yr-old Class, $200, Foi .other rings for saddle and harness horses, sec catalogue which will be sent upon application to' J. W. Balas President; or S. A. Doathoragc, Score ary. Teachers' Institute Tlrtf Garrard County Institute for white teachers will be held in tlie Court House, at Lancaster, on Mon day, July 24, continuing live days, with Prof. J. II. Patterson, of Lancaster Graded School as conductor. On Tuesday evening (the 2)th) an enter tainment entitled "Tho Heart of Cuba," will be given, conducted by Prof. II. K. Taylor, principal of Lou isville Training School. He will be assisted by Scnor Jose Andonegui, a violinist of wide reputation. The 'Colored Teachers' Institute will convene at the Court House, July 17, arid continue live days, to be con ducted by Prof. C. C. Monroe, of Ow- ensboro. On Tuesday ovonjng, (tho 18th), Prof, Sneod's band will givo an entertainment. All teachers failing to attend the institute will forfeit-their certificates. 7-.20 Elisa J, Lusk, Sup't. iUoncy to Lo On good real estate. For particu lars apply at The Recokd office, tf. Ladies, see cur pretty Tarasols. They are the latest and best. Josarii . - x Now ,roods this wccKIr Tjiomeso? Sinn "Votir Na:::e A newsy communication from Stone bore no signature. Wo cannot publish matter unless we know from whence it came. . - - V J Iin5blt buckles and fan.; 5? l-'ur at Danville. The Advocate says a number of young men are talking of giving an old-fashioned fair in Danville some time this fall. The plan has not yet been perfected and will not be pushed until after. Saturday. Notice. Not Having tlie time to collect them. I have left my accounts in the hands of E. Brown for collection. Ail those indebted will please call at. his otlico, tho Police Court room and settle at once and save cost. . II. Lackey. It. by E. Brown, agent. !ral Orejiard Spriu-js. Manager Gus Ik.fnian writes The Recouw to announce the formal open ing oi Crab Orchard Springs on to morrow. Friday. Much money has been spent on the propajty to put it in first-class condition for the season, and everything points .to a successful year. "We know of no more delightful place to rest and recuperate than at this famous resort. Mr. II. extends a cordial invitation to his Garrard coun ty friends to come over. Ei-owa Cojjsir Married. The Nicholasville Journal says Mr. B. Y. Cogar, local manager of theCogar& Davis elevator and grain mipany, was married at the homo of the bride. Miss Minnie Duncan, near High Bridge, "Wednesday evening. The bride is a (laughter of Mr. John Duncan and is said to be an excellent young lady.7. Mr. Cogar resided in Lancaster for some time, and by his gentlemanly- deportment and honest dealings made many admirers ar-d friends who extend congratulations. One Jjine Completed into Town and AVorlt iicim on Another. The ink was not dry on our last issue before the entire railroad surveyin corps orove into town. Tiiey were not expected for several days, but they got "through with the Burgin end soon er than anticipated. The party was .shown scve -al locations for a camp and it was decided to pitch the four tents in the Graded School yard. This makes a much better camp than one in the country, as its convenient in every way, quiet and cool. The party con sists of eight gentlemen and a colored cook. They arc Messrs Jerry arid E. B.Respess, T. W. Walthall, Y H. Burk, G. M. Clark, C. M. Nelson, Robertpbarand Chas. Gambel. This corps is the best in the Southern's service. They have run eight lines for this company and all have cither been completed or are now in course of construction. In running this line, Mr. Respess tells us he has orders to make a one per cent grade, with cor responding curves. This goes to show tho Southern wants to make the best possible roadbed over which to do fast through business. Mr, R. says ho has been very fortunate in locating the line so far, and has been able to carry out his orders to the letter. The party has completed one line into tov.n, coming what has been termed the Boone's creek route. This throws the lino cm the West side of town, it crossing Danville street some where between the Dr. Price and Kauffman property. This line makes a distance of about fourteen miles from Lanca'ster to Burgin, much short er than ,jyas lirst hoped for. The corps will now run the line over the tirst pro posed' route.. Of course nothing can be tb'ld of this until the exact lino is located. It will take several days to dd this work. One frequently hears the question "Will this road be built?'' To set at rest this querry, The Rftr-ono will ay that it can state positively that it will be constructed, and trains run ning irom Burgin to .Lancaster witlmi one year, and through trains within two years, provided thopeop!e of Gar- raid county will do their part in secur ing the right of way. Wc can state equally as positively that it will not lie built through here it land owners demand injust prices for the right of way. No trouble will be had in raising the cash to pay for any land where the owner docs not try to "rub it in'' on the people, but no reasonable man will contribute money to pay oxhorbi tant prices for this right of way. L Buckeye Churns arc War anted. Call and examine them. ' AMD! BEAZLE T & BAU&HMAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture, Carpets, &c. Lancas'. er, Ky. V.-McC JOHNSTON. JOHN T. JOHNSTON JOHMSTON & JOHHSBffl Civil. Eiini:eers and Surveyors, LANCASTER, KY. JSO.T.HAY3. J.T.II.VMItTON. J.E."nOBISOJ " Hays, Hamilton & Minsou, Attt r jeys anil Counselers at Law LANCASTER, KY. rrvI&r7 ?T Wg. T i Now is the Harvest- r time for Bargain Buyers. Fifty pairs MEN'S SAMPLE SHOES to close out at $1.75, in Blaclis and Tans. These shoes range in prices from $3.00 to $5.00. "We have them in sizes 6, 6 1-2, and 7. "We have a lot of LADIES' SHOES at 50c, 75c, and $1.00, in sizes 1 to 3. Straw Hats at Cost, Crash Hats at Cost. See our CRASH SUITS at $2.50, $3.00, and $3.50 ALL WOOL Crash Suits at $7.50. A lot of Soft Bo som Monarch Shirts to close at 75cts, -worth $1 and 1.25. Beautiful Line of Colored Shirts at 50c. Come and look at our NEW STYLE HATS just received. All the new things in UNDERWEAR and HOSIERY. Handsome line of NECKWEAR. Prices lower than ever before. Logan & Robinson.