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atlon ob the- mar ket jar rtralghtenl ng; laylgoratnig us
bntlfyiasriiifr'taJr. Atwolntely free from cbemtcaJa j
o prire and hannleea tlit It can be ned every day wltlj
norfect Karfacilon. It sof traa the bard and
firy; preTents H from breaking off and tailing out, renA
Cer soft, pliable ana UKy. rtourjumnB toe roots ana
rirtntr It renewed life and vltror. often starting a new
growth" and restoring the hair to Its natural color. FnU
glrectjons with each bottle. Price 25 and 50 cents, or
three 50c bottJes for SI. Send money by postoffice money
order or rea!tcri letter. "Write your name and ad
drew plainly. Agenta -wanted.
MANUrACTUF.CO ONLY BY
. GHIGA60 HAIR POMADE CO..
171 Aberdeen St.. CHICAGO
CHEAPEST PLA.CE IN TOWN
46 and 48 North Upper
The Golden Rule
Ooal AND Feed Co.,
Furnishes Coal and Feed in both
large and Bmall quantities.
Call at their places of business
corner Deweea and Short Streets, or,
as special -attention is given to all
orders, telephone 435.
A. W. REDD,
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Bas good bnild'mga and beautiful location.
The best school in the North for colored- "
people. Normal, Music, Literary,
and low expenses. You can
complete Shorthand, Typewriting
and Business in one school year.
Boarding Department connected therewith.
Jp. W. B, QURRY, Principal, j
222 George Street, Cincinnati
at all hours.
LUDGilBS best in city.
George Buliett, Proprietor
FITTING Cheap and good.
GOT WEAR $5 prize each week.
COLORED trade SOLICITED..
54 East Main Street
vGet a copjof'One Hundred Distinguished
Leaders" at this office for
25 cents. " Portrait and sketch of each
til 1 DfillT TflUf II Xbe7onBj?opleofihetl,B.8.,
M' Alt Alllflf i I II If II peWnst of givmg concert in
Would Like to Get
Five thousand-new subscribers.
Ed Chenault to start a real estate
Everybody to bring their printing
to this office.
J. F. Burton to give our citizens
another Opera House treat.
School teachers to visit the parents
of the childrenlhey teach.
An agent in every city, town and
village in Kentucky; a liberal offer to
a good worker.
The city to have better streets
and sidewalks in all neighborhoods
where Negroes live.
Men who puff and blow about
race pride patronize a race enterprise
in preference to any other.
I Certain Church people to think
more of Christ and shout less of their
neighbor's private business.
Mmes. Jackson & Hathaway's
millinery store crowded with customers
every Saturday night.
Persons owing more than three
month's subscription to kindly pay
the same before February 15.
A large and lucrative patronage
for George Hart, the Colored Orphan
Industrirl Home shoemaker.
Goodloetown, Branch Alley and
Chicago Bottoms rolled into one large
ball and dumped into the Eentuoky
river for purification.
Certain parents to find out where
their daughters spend a great deal of
their time, much to their discredit,
sometimes to their dishonor.
A contract with every seoret society
in Lexington for one year's
printing' We can save you meney.
The E. of P. has already contracted.
One hundred Negroes with from
$50 to $100 each to take shares in the
Cuban Land. Company. In fair Cuba
a few black dollars bring a large white,
The Industrial Club to prepare
to entertain distinguished visitors to
the Annual Fair next September, and
also treat the public to a Harvest
Our school teachers and ministers
to writing new ideas for the betterment
of the race; such would be
gladly received and published free of
charge. Sign your name.
Every reader to cut this out and
mail to J. W. Valentime 60 West Main
street with a stamp for f rep
sample of the best Laundry Bluing in.
ine market. It will pay you to send
The Coloredgricnltural and Mechanical
Association to establish som .
real business enterprise in which on)
young men and women who have
finished their schooling could find
profitable employment and become
active and useful factors in the body
politic, working out the future salvation
of hundreds of able minds, skill
ful hands and ingenuous brains which
witfiout correct guidance and materia'
aid from some source will dwindlt
Our Country Cousins.
January 22, 1900
Mr. Elijah Morton is quite ;!1 yet.
Mrs John Holeman is able to be
Mr. Robert Warfield is progressing
nicely in his grocery.
The I. B. & S. T. Lodge is very
dutiful to her sick members.
Sunday was a very nice day, and
people gathered i at church same as
Our Sabbath School is improving
nicely, new officers were elected for
honor of their new ball. Mr. u. W .
Schooler, is mlnagerT
We-are proud to know that the sick
in bar; neighborhood are improving.
Mrrv'Mary Winchester is able to bo up
again, after a long illness.
The Mighty Metropolis.
Cikcinhati, Ohio, ")
January 24, 1900. J
i. B. Brooks, the Freeman rep
resentative, of 625 Walnut street, is
Buffering with rheumatism.
Mr. Smith has returned on hia run
again after a week's illness
Mrs. Kemp is still on the sick Hat
and does not Beem to improve.
Mr. and Mrs. Underlain left for
Washington where they will reside in
The Thirty-second Anniversary oi
Ziou Baptist Sunday School was held
last Sunday afternoon. The principle
speaker on the program was Hon.
W. H. Parham, a leading Negro
lawyer of Cincinnati, and tormerly a
member of the Ohio Legislature.
Mr. Alex Madison of 733 West
Court street is quite ill at his home.
The funeral of W. S. Tifdale took
place at the Episcopal Church Tues
day January 23. He was buried with
The Evangelist Preed is helping
Dr. Curry In his revival meetings.
Mrs. 8. B. Mayweather has moved
her residence to 913 John street.
Mrs, Fannie Butts has returned to
New York City, after a two weeks
stay with Miss Mirando Smith of 428
Miss Nora Gross, teacher at
Ky.,who was visiting her aunt
Mrs. Nora Taylor, has returned to her
Mr. Samueh Clark is very much
improved in health.
The Elks will give their first grand
ball on January 31. . -
Rev. Porter of St Louis preached
his farewell sermon Sunday eyening.
He has been helping Rev. Harris in
. Baptising was a part of the service
at,Zion Church last Sunday evening.
JChere were two happy souls united
with the church.
The revival at all of the churches
are doinggood work.
D. W. Clark is representing the
Royal Benefit and Life Insurauce.
Hello Cincinnati' This is the Lexington
Standard. Our collector will
be over in a. few days, please be read
to pay Him for your subscription up
to date, and kindly oblige. Good bye.
Jessamine County's Capital.
January 16, 1900. j'
As there yet remains a place calleu
Nicholasville we desire it to be hearn
trom. -it is the only anti-electric light
city ia the State, and on account o
its poor lights it is sometimes called tht
ightuing bug villiae. We live ii
nope of having electric- lights if tht
Board of Couucilmen will ever decide
that the city is financially able to a.'-lord
an. electric-light plant.
Rev. J. W. Clark, paBfor of
church has organized the Y. P.
b. W., which meets every 8unday at
six o'clock Mrs. F. B. Daugherty,
Messrs. M. D. Mclnham and D D
Arnold have returned to Wilbertorce
O., where they will attend school.
Prof. James Mclnham will close his
school Friday at Keene
Mies E. B Martin has recovered
from a short illness.
MiBS C. S. Brown will return to
Indianapolis in a few days.
Mr. Fleman Block and wife
the grocery store of Gilbert H.
Miller last week, and are selling at
roek bottom cost.
J. O. Levingston will remain in
Cuba? until Spring.
Mrs. J. W. Waide entertained her'
Sunday School class from six to eight
Saturday evening at her residence on
Main Cross Street. '
Rev. J. M. Turner, the Presidio?
Thfl Standard is hiehlv appreciated . Elder preached a very interesting ser-
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C. M. CRUTCHEK
Houses of the Lord!
Ccrattitation 8treet .Christian Church.
Preaching very-Sunday at It a, m, and
750 pvia. Prayer meeting' Wednesday
night at 7:40 o'clock'.' M. F.
Gnnn Chapel, MEr Church, corner of
Deweea and Locke streets. Bundayschool at
9 a. m., PreachiDg at 11 a. ai. and 8 p. na.
Rev. H. C BucUner, paatur. Residence
200 Dewev ttreei.
Asbury AI. E. church, corner High and
South Mill btreeib. Order of services Sun
day school 9.-00 . m. Preaching 11 a. m.
aud &00 p. m. Strangers welcome. J. H.
Ross pastor. Residence 2C0 East Short
Pilgrim Bapiiot Church, corner Mill and
Walnut streets'. Rev. Richard S. Adams,
pastor. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Preach-mg
at 11 a. ui, and 8 p. m.; also every
W ednesday njght. Prayer meeting Friday
Quinn Chapel, African Methodist Episcopal
Evans Street, Yellmantown. Sun
day school 9 a.m. Services 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. Class Meeting on Tuesday and
Friday nights. Rev. W. C. Jones, pastor.
Residence, 51 Lee Street.
First Congregational Church, West 8hort
street. Rev. V . L. Johnson, pastor; residence
216 West Second street. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. in.; Mrs. E. K. Johnson,
superintendent. Song and prayer service
Wednesdav at 7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor
Society Sunday at 6:30 p. m. Alt
are invited to these services.
First Baptist Church, corner Short and
Dewee? streets, Lexington Ky. Order of
services Sunday school 9:30 a. m ,
at 11:30 a. m., 8.00 p. m., Prayer meeting
on Tuesday nd Thursday nights; S. 8.
Teachers meeting, Satuiday afternoon at 5
p. m., Church niaetin?, first Thursday
night in each month. Strangers cordially
invited to regular eecvices. RY, S. P.
Young, D. D. pastor. Residence 15 Correll
Pleasant Green Baptist Church, corner
Maxwell and Patterson streets, Lexington
Ky. Order of Services Sunday school
9:30 a. m., Preaching 11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Choir practice Thursday 8 p. m., Preach
tng Wednesday 8 p. m., Prayer meeting
Friday 8 p. in., Literary Tuesday 8 p. m
Communion the fourth Lords Day 3 p. m.
Strangers and friends are invited to attend
Rev. J. B. Anderson, Pastor. Residence
252 Month Upper 8treeU
TO 8UMY FLOEiDA.
Double Daily Trains via the
For the present Winter Season THE
SOUTHERN RAILWAY with connections,
presents the most superior schedules,
through car-service and transportation arrangements
seneraliy, ever offered to the
traveler to Southern Resorts.
Double-Daily Tbains from Cincinnati
and Louisville, in connection with the
Queen & Crescent Route, via Chattduooga,
Jeup and The Plant System.
'Ihbotjoh Sleeping-Cab from Cincinnati
to Jacksonville, with convenient connections
from iouisyille, via Knoxville,
Asheyille and Savannah, This is the
Scenic Route through the Mountains of
VV8teru North Carolina 4,Tbe Land of
! he Sky."
Also through Sleeping-cars from St.
Louis to Jacksonville", in connection with
he L. E. & fit. L. 'Railroad, (Air Line,)
via Louisville; and through Sleeping-cars
from Kansas City to Jacksonville, via the
K. C. F. S. & M. Railroad, in connection
iih THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY, via
system. The fast Kansas
Lhnited, only thirty-eight hours fast
Kansas City to Jacksonville.
All Agents of Connecting lines sell
through Wiuter Excursion tickets via THE
RAILWAY to the Resorts
A Florida and ihe.Souih. ,
Maps, scbedales, booklets and information
mailed free to any address by
WM. H. TAYLOE,
Or ABt. Genl. PaBsr. Agent.
C. A. RAIRD, Louisville, Ky.
Traveling Paieenger Agent.
A Daylight Ride To Memphis.
The Chesapeake aud Ohio Railway can
now offer its patrons a new train service to
Paducah, Memphis, New Orleans and other
points south that will prove satisfactoiy in
The Express train leaving Lexington
at 8:20 a. m., daily connects in the Union
Station in Louisville with. the Illinois
Central Limited leaving Louisville at 12
o'clock noon arriving at Memphis 10:50
p. m , same evening and at New Orleans at
10:00 a. m., next moraine.
. In addition to the regular Vestibuled
service, this train will carry a Pullman
Tourist Sleeper which will leave Louisyille
eyery . Monday and Friday and running
tLrongh to San Francisco with out change.
This train is in addition to the Fast night
Line leavirig Louisville at 9:40 p. m., for
(Memphis, New Orleans and all TexaR
U. W. BARNEY,
Division Passenger Agent.
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JOS. LeCOMPTE, Manager.
Ladies' and Gente' GOLD-FILLED WATCHES, Rings, Jewelry, Etc
Money Also Advanced
ON ALL ARTICLES OF VALUE.
17 South Upper.
Take pleasure in announcing to the public that they have made expeubi'
improvements in both departments of their business and are better DreDini
tnan ever to supply the wants of their customers.
In the Livery IDepartirLerLt
They have New Carriages, Surreys, Traps Buggies, and first-class Horses.
In tH Undertaking Department
Their stock is large and complete in
every particular, and they invite an fa.
spection of their goods and a comparison of Prices with any other hunse is
one city, x ney guarantee perfect service in any department.
OFFICE m TJ1 T TT1 T tt r -i-i
-OFFICE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
A. F. WHEELER,
44 Nortii Liutestoue
ImT'i Jm ti fr fr TTt?l m, Hk
TRUNKS. LACE CDIDID
- Nice Center
Charity begins t home, so we, yoor home Undertakers and Livervn
at home in order that we may be a help to our many friends '''
helD to us. We are doing business strictly for ourselves and l '
thll T CALL and see stock betoiv I imr
DflW'T I ifllL I ERM8 reasonable, piictsililv.K
H TRAM ROSS. HTTNUY W ILLUI
ROSS & WILLIAMS,
The only Colored Undertakers in' the city who have prices to Si.i
Ouir lsLotto Is Oliaritv.
We buy onr Goods one of the Largest Far'oritf
the World and can sell at the Very Lowest frw
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We cs.n,lurnisu you witn anvthing in the Undertaker's line. J ne o1 " v"
' furnished you lor funerals. "We makeno delays when railed A
for hire with the very best driving horses. Give us a call.
44 West Vine Street, Lexineftu
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