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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 October 1890

THE. LEXINGTON RECORD. Let your light so shine heore men that they may sec your goody work and glorify your Father which is in Heaven. JSriforer nt t ho Innt)fflva nt Loxtntftnn, ICaiitttohy, nm flocoi(-cnM matter, September 1.1. l&Ofh VOL. 1. LEXINGTON, KY.s OCTOBER 1890. NO. 2 4 MUSIC AND ART Call and Examine Our Stock. THE MLlVflRD CO., 8 & 10 West Main, - - Lexington, Ky. The I8EST FLOUR is the MJI1 vrm made by the Lexinjrton Roller Mills Co,, Lexington, Ky. iTor sale by h11 first-class Grocers. Dont fnil to use Cream Flour if you want god Bread and a happy .Cook. W. U CASSELL. L. 0. I'RICE. casselu & price: . Always Have and their price are as low as the lowest for First-Class Goods. 16 and 18 West Main Street. LEXINGTON PLUMBING CO. Fine : Sanitary : Plumbing, Heating by not Water Circulation. Steam, Brass Goods, Drain Pipe. LEXITON, KV, Dealer in Fish, Game, Vegetables. . 8 and 10 West Short Street. Photographer 'S3 E. Main. Street. LEXINGTON, KENTCfKV, J. STEWART...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 October 1890

Aunt Patsv is ninetv-one years At the uianty urbanization, ' ' I T t t- T J A. olrl vet 1,rr pvps and teeth re- Mrs. Win. imice, rresiuem; v..., . . . . - . . . , . ' 1 main good. She has been at the several beds completely equipped home ten years. She will tell you have recently been donated by of the n oneer davs of Lex nrton. P-raD urcnara lames, una u m:w of the old block house, and of ing-machine by Mrs. Zinn, . - i . manv ancient deeds unknown to tllls Cltv- and me. She was twice of Thanks Column, Mrs. J. Warren, of Paris, aged eighty-two, has donated a quilt to the Infirmary made by her self. She feels like helping in this good work, with all the en managers and inmates. The managers of the In firmary return thanks to Mil- ward & Frost, for hauling a car- you and me. sue was married and both husbands met with sudden death. A twin sister also died suddenly. Aunt Patsv is a cripple, but she sits and cuts carpet rags, cheerful anu ummaicu, oaKiuu umy .u. thusiasm of th. Than...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 October 1890

Tlio Womnn' llxuhnttirc, This useful society at No. 42 N., Upper Street affords a busj market for articles of private manufacture. For $1.50 an an nual membership may be taken, and anything entered for sale, the exchange retaining .ten per cent, of the , sales. The restau rant annex isdoing a good busi ness. Cakes, croquettes and other home cookery are in de mand. Iii the fancy case are 1 some pretty throws of tarlatan, scrim and drawn linen. Dressed dolls are on hand. Ten pieces remain of the exquisite hand- painted china, sent by Miss Hen derson, from Massachuetts. . . I U SOX AND Y IS VIS-IT13DMI5." A Iftmtl of .Pious A fen nncl Woman Visit the Jail. 1 On Thursday afternoon, as is the custom in this city, a few zealous woman and men assem bled at the jail to hold religious service for the benefit of the un fortunates confined there. Un fortunate, however guilty, to be shut in from freedom and useful ness by their own act. "Uncle Billy" produced his big bunch of keys and soon the ...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 October 1890

The Young Alans Christian Assoeintiott of Loa-ington, the. parties handling my trotter having made another engage ment, would have been answered immediately. In that note you The question of municipal im- were pleased to say that you had provement seems to be exciting heard that I had a very fine trot- considerable interest in the Lex- ting horse, for which I had re- ington papers at present. And fused a large sum, With all due pernaps it wouia ue wen at uns respect, i wish to assure you time to call the attention of our that there is a very great" differ citizens to the need of moral de- ence between having a horse for velopment as well as material which you ask a high price, anc advancement. No community having the money in hand can afford to neglect this, for all My experience .has taught me history teachers that healthy that you never know what you prosperity and advancement de- will get for a horse, until'he has pend upon the moral condition been delivered and the cash paid. of...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 October 1890

lexiNg TON RE Let your light so shine before men that they may see your good, work and glorify your Father which is in Heaven, ; . Entered at the JostrOffice at .Lexington, Kentucky, aa second-class matter, September 23. l&OO VOL. 1, LEXINGTON, KY.s OCTOBER 189C NO. 2 GORD MUSIC AND ART Call and Examine Our Stock. "J 8 & 10 West Main, "- Lexington, Ky. The BEST FLOUR is the made by the Lexington Roller Mills Co,, Lexington, Ky. For sale by all first-class Grocers. Dont fail to use Cream Flour if you want good Bread and a happy iJook. W. H CASSELL. l. e. rnicE. CASStU & price: . . Always Have mm a an4 their price are as low as the lowest for First-Class Goods. 16 and 18 West Main Street. LEXINGTON, PLUMBING CO. Fine : Sanitary : F I uniting, Heating by Hot Water Circulation. . . . Steam, Brass Goods, Drain Pipe LEXIMJTON, KV. Dealer in ; Fish, (Janr.e, Vegetables. ". . 8 and 10 West Short Street. V5S E. Main Street. LEXINGTON, KENTUrKV. J. STEWART SMITH, 1 49 E. Short Str...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 October 1890

Aunt Patsy is ninety-one years old, yet her eyes and teeth re main good. She has been at the home ten years. She will tell you of the pioneer days of Lexington, of the old block house, and of many ancient deeds unknown to you and me. She was twice married and both husbands met with sudden death. A twin sister also died suddenly. Aunt Patsy is a cripple, but she sits and cuts carpet rags, cheerful and animated, asking only for enough rags to keep her, busy. She is a Northern Methodist, and her church people recently celebrated her birthday hand somely. Mother Steele is very old and blind, yet she threads he needle readily by touch, and sews car pet rags all morning in her corner. She has been there fourteen years. Husband and children were taken from her, yet she is cherful and patient. She is a member of the Main ' St. Christian church. Aunt Jose finds the burden of life hard to bear, yetehe is faith ful to- her chosen work, which is that of cook. She, too, is alone in the world. Th...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 October 1890

The Woman' s Exchange. This nspfiil snriVtvnt Nn . A9. N., Upper Street affords a bus . market lor articles 01 private manufacture. For $i.w an an 3111 al membersliin mav be taken. ? oxrfVi; nfrAl fnr calp the exchange retaining .ten per cent, of the , sales. The restau rant annex k doing a good busi ness. Cakes, croquettes and other ljome cookery are in de mand. In the fancy case are some pretty throws of tarlatan, scrim and drawn linen. Dressed - " 1 dolls are on hand. Ten pieces remain 01 tne exquisite nana painted china, sent by Miss Hen derson, from Massachuetts. - "IN PRSO.V AND YE VIS ITED ME." A Band of Pious Men and Women Visit the Jail. On Thursday afternoon, as is , . . . , .1 -i. r-.Ky question, "That we use all a rn c4---m im flue rn4r r qt J 1 the custom in this city, a few zealous woman and men assem bled at the jail to hold religious service for the benefit of the un fortunates confined there. Un fortunate, however guilty, to be shut m from freedom and useful ness Dy...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 October 1890

The Young Mens' Christian Association of Lex ington, Ky. The question of municipal im provement seems to be exciting considerable interest in trie L,ex ington papers' at present. And perhaps it would be well at this time to call the attention of our citizens to the need of moral de velopment as well as material advancement. No community can afford to neglect this, for all history teachers -' that healthy Drosperitv and advancement de pend upon the moral condition of the people. No dqubt the greatest danger to be apprehended from immor tality and dissipation is through our young men. This being the case every thing possible should be done to counteract the evil influences which will be thrown around them. Out side of the church, the Y. M. C. A. stands pre-eminent in this work; and if the good people ot Lexington would encourage this work by sending their sons, brothers and friends to take part m the meet- mgs and participate m the amusements at the Y. M. C. A. rooms, .they would be s...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 November 1890

Let yom light so shine before men that they may see your good works ; and glorify your Father which is in Heaven. Entered at the Post-Office at Lexington, Kentucky, as socond-c7ass mattor. VOL. 1. LEXINGTON, KY.: NOVEMBER, 1890. NO. 3 MUSIC AND ART Call and. Examine Our;Stock. I t & 10 West Main, Lexington, Ky. The BEST FLOtJU is ihe lade bv the Tiexirteton Roller Milts Co,, Lexington, Ky. For sale by all flrst-cltiBS rocers. " ' .pont fail . to use Cream Flour , if you want good Bread and a happy Cook. W;tf GASELL. L. C, PRICE. GASSEU & ?Wl Always Have tsBf y Goodsv d their price are as low as the lowest ! for Fir9t-.Class Goods. 16 and l8 West Main Street. LEXINGTON PLUMBING CO. Fine : Sanitary : Flumbing, ' Heating by Hot Water Circulation. Steam, Brass Goods, Drain Pipe. I,KXINOTON. KVi Dealer iri f tails, CmfesteEfes, Fish, Game, Vegetables. . . ' " ; 8 and 10 West . Short. . Street. sFKoforapIver "v -83 E. Main Street. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. J. STEWART SMITH, . iwmi 49 J...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 November 1890

his shell, matron Marv's little I SECRETAR Y'S REPORT v girl found him and helped him to see the light. Thus prema- of Protest an t Infirm ary. tnrely ushered into the circle he has ever since asserted himself . with precocious audacity. In submitting the first annual the orphans' home rePort of tlle Protestant Infirm- arv. I will have to enter some clean, fresh Daint. The rooms what are all tidv, and one well fitted I89 into detail. In October the foundation of this im Tins nrpttvphflirsntirlnirtiirps laudable enterprise was laid, "r " r -j r hi:. ' tit tt : t: 1, and pegs for hats and a clean P" lvary """i", lavatnrv where the thirtv chil drPii are dailv refrpshed. Dear "uuuu, mic gave cauicssiuu lu MntW Prfltirps: the matron, is her ardent desire to establish an stretched on a bed of pain,' but Infirmary, declaring the great she loves to talk of her young possiDiuues. ior u. one diuuu rWcw nmmnflv cnhcrnh. secured tne nearly uj-uperauun p,1fnr V,. Prmrd and said she of the Guild....

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 November 1890

Church Taxation. Ignoring the fact that I may seem' paradoxical in offering to suggest a stumbling-block in the way of the cause I would most .advance, and altogether fearless of the criticism to which I may expose myself ' at the hands of my Drotneruinstians,iori speaic as such, and on . a subject, which must be of deep i terest to each and every one who is at all inter ested in the spread of Christi anity, not only to the remotest corner of the globe, but of our own fair country; yes, the corn munity to which we belong as citizens; percnance, trie very neighborhood in which we live as -individuals, I humbly yet most earnestly call upon the State Constitutional Convention now in session, and particularly upon the committee on revenue and taxation, of which our own Judge P. P. Johnson is chairman, to take some action for the purpose oi atnanling tne law w.ucn ex empts all church property from all taxation without conditions of any kind. The suggestions I would of fer I offer as such...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 November 1890

A. Trustworthy Reoommer dation Miss F. M.Jenkins Superintend ent Protestant Infirmary. Enclose find check $19,30 one week and two day's for Miss Lar kin's services. And as to her proficency she is one of the best nurses I ever saw. She is kind, patient and very attentive, as well as 'possessing a lovely disposition. I can heart ily recommend her as a first class nurse in every particular. Mrs. Wl T. Woodard. ", Lexington Ky. Monday, Oct 6, 1890 Russell Cave Sunday School. ' Dear Mrs. McConnell: I take pleasure in writ ing you something of our Union Sunday School, which was or ganized in April, at Russell Cave School, by a few "Earnest Work ers." We have enrolled ninety five children and grown persons. Dr. R. Stevenson and Mr. A. A. DeLong are its Superintendents Presbyterians. Our teachers are as follows: Dr. Logan, member of Christian Church, Bible Class. Mrs. John . Wood, member of Christian Church, advanced class. MrsVBatemau, Baptist,: advanced class. Miss Mattie Crutchfield, Ba...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 November 1890

THE LEXINGTON RECORD . ( , Ict yom light so shine before men that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father luhieh is in Heaven. Hntoriit nt tho Jof-Off lea nt ,oJtn;f(in, KtyntueUy, tin tioettnlc!nx mutter. VOL. 1. LEXINGTON, KY.: NOVEMBER, 189C NO. 3 MUSIC AND ART Call and Examine Our Stock. THE UILWARD CO., S & 10 West Main, - - Lexington, Ky. The BUST FLOtJU is the Made bv the Lexineton Hollar Mills Co,, Lexington, Ky. For salo by nil first-class rocers. .Dont fail to use Crearn Flour if you want good mend and a happy Cook. r. It CASSELL. L. C. FRU'E. CA55EUL & PRICE: : Always Have ry Goods) ad their price are as low as the lowest for Jnrst-Class uoous. 16 and 18 West Main Street. LEXINGTON PLUMBING CO. Fine : Sanitary : Flumbing, Ileating by Hot Water Circulation. Steam, Brass Goods, Drain Pipe. I,KXIfttiTON.KV. Dealer in Fish, Game, Vegetables. 8 and 10 -We&t Short Street. x Knnrnoran iKr 53 E. Main Street. IEX1NUT:X, KBXTUrKV. J. I. STEWART. SMITH,..- ...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 November 1890

V his shell, matron Mary's little girl found him and helped him to sec the ligM. Thus prema turely ushered into the circle he lias ever since asserted himself with precocious audacity. Tim orphans' homi-: Is a most inviting abode in its clean, fresli paint. The rooms are all tidy, and one well fitted up, has pretty chairs and pictures and pegs for hats and a clean lavatory where the thirty chil dren are daily refreshed. Dear Mother Frances, the matron, is stretched on a bed of pain, but she loves to talk of her young charge. She promptly subscrib ed for The Record, and said she wanted to work for its prosperity as soon as able. Her twin or phans, Fanny and Lida, wept bitterly 'when a home outside was proposed for them, and re fused to leave her. Assistant Matron, Myrtilla, is from La grange, G., and she enters into her work with cheerfulness and zeal. THE CHARITY ORGANIZATION Is located on Sixth Street, and there fourteen ruddy little ones from four to twelve years of age sang and r...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 November 1890

Ciurci Tnxntlou, ignoring tnc met mat l may seem paradoxical in offering to suggest a stumbling-block in the way of the cause I would mos advance, and altogether fearless of the criticism to which I may expose myself at the hands o my brother Christians, fori speak as such, and on a subject which must be of deep 1 terest to cacl and every one who is at all inter ested in the spread of Chnsti - anity, not only to the remotes corner of the globe, but of our own fair country; yes, the com munityto which we belong as citizens; perchance, the very neighborhood in which we live as individuals, I humbly yet most earnestly call upon the State Constitutional Convention now in session, and particularly upon the committee on revenue and taxation, of which our own Judge P. P. Johnson is chairman to take some action for the purpose of amending the law wiich ex empts all church property from all taxation without conditions of any kind. The suggestions I would of fer I offer as such, seeking only ...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 November 1890

A. Trustworthy ict'Onmcf: cif oi Jfiss F. A f. Jenkins Superintend ent Protectant Infirmary. Enclose find check $19,30 one week and two day's for Miss Lar- kin'sscrvices. And as to her proficency she is one of the best nurses I ever saw. She is kind, patient and very attentive, as well as 'possessing a lovely disposition. I can heart ily recommend her as a first class nurse in every particular. Mrs. W. T. Woodard. Lexington Ky. Monday, Oct 6, 1890 Russell Cave Sunday School. Dear Mrs. McConnell: I take pleasure in writ ing you something of our Union Sunday School, which was or ganized in April, at Russell Cave School, by a few "Earnest Work ers." We have enrolled ninety five children and grown persons. Dr. R. Stevenson and Mr. A. A. DeLong are its Superintendents Presbyterians. Our teachers are as follows: Dr. Logan, member of Christian Church, Bible Class. Mrs. John Wood, member of Christian Church, advanced class. Mrs. Bateman, Baptist, advanced class. Miss Mattie Crutchfield, Bap...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 December 1890

Let your light so shine before men that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in Heaven., ENTERED AT THE POST-OFFICE AT LEXINGTON AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. Vol. I. , LEXINGTON, KY., DECEMBER, 1890. No. 4. :p ;;; J. - STEWART SMITH, ' ! ),,) MANUFACTURING .f.'., , DISPENSARY PHARMACIST,! ;' , ' yi- ; ,jw-: . i;, , - 49 E, Short street. ' Telephone, 160. 'r.J . HENRY VOGT,' ''. ' ' DEALER' IN!' I ' .- ' , ' STAPLE AND f FANCY GROCERIES,! ' .Fruiti, Poultry arid Vegetables. Spe-'"' : i ' . 'jcial attention paid to Uoun- : .;vM:.t vvt?)i try Produce. ,a.-5 . j-'J ; a' i Corner Broadway and Short Streets, ' Telephone 177. . ; Lexingtqnr Ky. i - v-J- - ,' '- !" : TA.YLOR & HAWKINS, . i; .pANCY. GOODS AND - NOTIONS, ; r j - The Ladies'. Fa yobite Stobe., ' , " 1 ' J W PLUNlCETX A CO., a : ' ' " ' 'BTiNiRs,;;:'!ri:'::, !: , : , JOB PRINTERS, : 48 k MAINSTl LEXINGTON, KY. nFine Job Printing in; all' its branches. v --JOHN HUTCHISON,, f 1 -; .f.ii':i.'i-; dealer in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 December 1890

Woman's Work in the Second Presbyterian Cknrch. - CONTRIBUTED, The Woman's work of the Second Presbyterian Church ol this city is carried on through the agency ot the three' missionary societies and the Ladies' League. The Ladies', Missionary. Society meets on the third Tuesday of every month. It hasacontribut: ing memoersnip 01 auout BiAtj ladies, and' an average attendance upon its meetings i.ot, about twen ty -five. The contributions are to the Women's Boards of Home and Foreign Missions, in fulfill ments of the Master's command, "Go ye into' all the world 'aud preach' the gospel." ' A! carefully consisting of reading, recitations, arid short talks on home arid foreign missions, Christian con- 8ecration and reports irom the mission heids, is carried out at each meeting and. necessary busi ness is transacted. ' Miss S. 13. " Scott is the President of this society.11 ': " ; r The other missionary societies "are the Young Ladies' Circle, and the Children s 15and,each manned by its o...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 December 1890

REPORT FROM THE MV CUFRCK SOUTH. Church Repairs Active Work. Mr. Soutligatc. The Woman's Missionary So ciety of, the Methodist Episcopal Church South meets the first Fri lay afternoon in every month at half-pasf three o'clock in the Hill Street Church. They have fifty, paying members and twenty life members." Since the first 1 of March they have raised sixty dol lars. By the middle of Decem ber the ladies this church hope to have in a new pipe organ and the walls of the building frescoed. 'They have made money by sup plying a dining hall at the Fair -and this source of revenue added to smaller endeavors, has fur nished the necessary amount for these improvements.' " . 'The Rev.- E. S. Southgate is a godly man of the old school, and is ready for every good word and ' work.; He has organized a class meeting5 and has adopted the old way of instituting fasting and prayer 1 before the sacrament. ; With him as bur leader we hope to see the walls of Satan tremble And ; that there may soon ...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lexington record. — 1 December 1890

Extracts from Miss Jennie Cas sidy's Leallets. T ensnot trrtn . 'Tirill fl raf wont UlUJ'VU W - . M 1 ' 1 U1UV 1 me to explain, "What is a flower mission ?" and I answer : It is a mission whose aim is to lead bur dened souls ujyto Christ, and to teach them to cast their "cares on Him who careth for them ; whose work is to cheer and comtort all who need a friend, and to help the poor to help themselves ; and 1 a x 1 1 Tl other s burdens, andso fulfil the . law of.. Christ." The'flowers are used 'merely as a wedge.; Their beauty, purity and fragrance teaching of the loveof God, who made them, aud of, the human sympathy which brings them, opens the heart to gratitude and prepares the way for the entering in of the little , text, card which they musf; always- have attached to them. They can do no real good without this card, which must contain . a message from God's own Word: ' Think of one lying shut in with pain, surrounded with all the ill conditions of poverty, nothing, to brighten ...

Publication Title: Lexington Record, The
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