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or lids disappears as by magic. An active agent could make a handsome income introducing this preparation. It is put up in small quantities because very rare, and should be renewed every four weeks in order to get it perfectly fresh and pure. Try one bottle and you will never be without it. i Patient I am very miserable, doctor; I have no appetite what ever. Doctor You are in big luck, now that everything has gone up in price. Fruits grow from little to more. Scientists say that the orange was originally a berrv and its evolution has been going on for more than 1,000 vears. Berlin ought to be a good place for topers, for it is a city always on the spree. The baker always has dough on his hand because he kneads it in his business. A good salary is about the last thing an artist learns to draw. It is dangerous to let a horse rear; he is then on his last legs. The Colossus of Rhodes marked a great stride in art. Words with a ring "I pro nounce von man and wife." There is a good deal of the wag about a dog. Tlio Xew Ton I. The new marble font placed by Mr. Pruden in the Church of the Good Shepherd is a beautiful piece of work. The price was S26, contributed as elsewhere noted in this issue. An addi tional base was desirable, and this added charge is defraved bv Mrs. Crouley, with her usual generous habit of picking up dropped stitches and tying up raveled ends. Xen Subscribers. R. L. Cochran, Peabody, Kan sas; Mrs. May Collins, Mrs. John Woolfolk, Prof. A. Milligan, Mrs. Dr. Skillman, Mrs. A. H. Iyne for the remaining half vear. Later Items. The Charitv Ball was much enjoyed and the proceeds amounted to $952.25. Thanks were officially tendered Mrs. V. C. France for her management and to all who assisted. Prof. Basel is drilling a band of amateurs to give a spectacular entertainment for the benefit of the Charity Organization. Mrs. Rosa Yertner Jeffrey will, later in the season, prepare a public performance of Lexing ton amateurs for the Washing ton Statue Fund. Mr. J. M. Duff, who lately re turned from a visit to Florida, said, "I read the March Record this morning and found it the most interesting paper I have read for a year." Pleasant words like these may as well be given to the readers of The Record. The Mil ward Co , exhibit elc- gant and unique specimens of art, including pianos, music, picture?, etc. The Lexington Plumbing Co. are experts in fine sanitary plumb ing. Heating by hot water circu lation a specialty. C. S. Rell, Jr., always has on hand fruits, confections, fresh fish, game and vegetables. Johns, the photographer, makes very fine photographs and other pictures of the human family at rates below many unsuccessful competitors. The Lexington Roller Mills are always ready with the best Cream flour for family use. J. II. Wiehl, furniture dealers and undertakers, have been with us from our first issue, and their patronage is very extensive. Wni. rurnell, bookseller, sta tioner and printer, is always crowded with customers. Messrs. Ambrose drive a brisk real estate business, as many read ers of The Record have cause to know, Scott, Skillman & Frazee are popular dealers in carpets, wall paper and all branches of their specialties. The Lexington Foundry and Hardware Co. have a large and flourishing foundry in connection with their ware rcoms, and are kept busy tilling ord rs. M. S. Hoyt k Co. sell hair fur niture, jewel novelties, and fancy ornaments. W. S. Marshall does book and job printing at his stand on West Short street. Prof.. Wilbur Smith's Commer cial College is always crowded with students. Twentv States are represented among his classes. Cassell & Price show a splendid line ol merchandise and supply the wealthy and fashicnable with all the latest. C. F. 13 rower k C). have a splendid stand for furniture, car pets, upholsteries and draperies. Their display windows are great attractions in the city. C. C. Calhoun's Commercial College is a thriving institution, and is located in new and hand some rooms, high above the dust and noise of the streets. Com mendation of this school is uni versal. Hamilton Female College has almost a national reputation and and well deserves its popularity as a thorough going institution. Dr. N. F. Penn is located near the opera house and is a specialist of great skill for nose, throat and ear troubles. He has effected some rapid cures this winter. He also fits glasses accurately for the eyes. His methods are gentle, and his prices very moderate. The Record can recommend Dr. Penn both from experience and observation. Kyerena. The Record will vouch for this preparation. For eyes that are tired from sewing, watching, or reading, one drop gives instant comfort. It is a boon to clerk.--, seamstresses, students, nurse s and have broken into a bank. I shall not punish you. .But give mc the money; you have no right to take it by force." Albert placed the bright new silver piece in his father's hand and went out muttering, "It's mine by rights. He ought to pay damages !" Now, Douglas," said the father, "listen to me. You did wrong to take your brother's sled without permission. You did wrong to hide it away after it was broken. You should have come to me at once. It was not right I that Albert should take your money, but it is right that you should pay for mendiug the sled. Now sit there while I write a let ter and think it all over I ke a man." The clock ticked and the pen moved over the paper, and the little boy looked in the lire. When his father turned round once more in his revolving chair, Douglas went to his side and said: ' Papa, I'll give Albert my new quarter." 'That's right, my little man," said his father, kissing his white forehead, for the dirt did not reach so high on the rosy face. When the tea-bell rang Albert came into the house and ran to his room to get tidy. His little brother followed and said : "Here, Albert, take the money: I'll pay for the sled." But Albert turned away with red cheeks and bright eyes. "No, Douglas I don't want your money. It's all right. I don't care about it now. I'll tell you what we'll have a good game of chequers, after we have learned our lessons." The boys went down to tea like good friends again, greatly to the joy of papa and mama,who tried to teach their children to walk in love. Next morning each boy found a shining new silver quarter at his plate. They looked up quick ly to thank their father, but just then he bowed his head to thank the Father of all meroies for his abundant blessings. Our Advertisers. J. Stewart Smith, C. A. Johns and J. C. Bryant, the three lead ing druggists of the city, have well stocked, handsome houses, and are most attentive and satis factory to customers. Henry Vogt and John Hutch ison, two popular grocers, find The Record a good medium for intro ducing their always-fresh supplies among our best families. Taylor k Hawkins, and the Racket Store ofler a fine line of notions and novelties always in .season and at low prices. W. Plunkett k Co. advertise all rarities of stationery, cards and fancy goods in this line. They are strong friends of The Record. For a fine assortment of shoes at low priers, S. Rassctt k Sons take the le id. f. H. YVIEHL & SOX, 4 East Main .Street. FURNITURE DEALERS AND UNDERTAKERS. See our new jroods in all the new woods, and finishes WM. PURNELL, Bookseller, Stationer, AND P R I X T E R . 24 East Main St. - Lexington, Ky I). T. Amijrjse Oscau 11. Amhkose, Attornev -at-Law. R1 El(' L(" Jinkcr, Baying, Selling and Renting City Prop erty a Specialty. Rents Collected. 2-3 X. Mill Street. Scott Skillman $ Frazcc Dealers in CARPETS, WALL PAPER, OIL CLOTHS, DRAPERIES, ETC. No. !) W. Main St., Lexington, Ky. LEXIMTll. FiOMl & HAfiUffACE COMPANY, Manufacturers ami Dealers in Stoves, Rangt s, Stove Repairs, Tinware, O rates, Mantels, Etc. Jobbers of Hardware, Tinware, Cut lerv, ami Contractors Oalvani.ed Iron Cornice, Slate and Tin Roofing, Gutter ing, etc. 01H'"p and Salesrooms. 2(5 West Main St. Foundry, East 7th Street, Lexington, Kentucky. FASHIONABLE HAIR STORE! Bangs, Switches, Powder, Perfumery, Curlers, Ha r and Neck Ornaments, Brads. Opera Mits & Gloves, Corsets, Ac BANGS CUT AND DRESSED. . S. HOYT & Co., Corner Upper and Church Streets, Lex inirton, Ky. W. S. MARSHALL, FINE BOOK AND JOB PRINTER, 37 West Short Street, LEXIXGTOX, KY. CLOAKS- Will open a'l the New Styles in CLOAKS, at the BACKET STOBE, ia a few days, don't buy before you have seen ours J. D. PU1ICELL, 11 & 13 W. Main St. ATTEND THE Of Kentucky University, LEXINGTON, KY. H. XV. (urnrr It MS and riM'KIl Street, oiiokiit Court lloiiae. WILBUR R. SMITH, President. (D Ch t' pent, Bent und Ulght-iit Honored Collcccw K. W. R. Smith, ortloert of thl OlWe. raoeivad th Gold! Medal u l liipluiua of H uior at Woild'a Kxpoaltlon, fur Sv mem of Hoik-Ur-liir Inolu.tiuK Urnvrul liuaiiieaa Kductttlou. Nearly lotH) ui U'ula In aiteii.lnnce ihe part year, from 30 Slaw ami KoreUn I'ouutriea. 10,000 iiraduitle in ltuiliit'M. I t Teacher employed. Buiuc Oourae ooD.i.M of Book keeping. Huiue Arilhuirtic, Peiiniaiiahlp, Ooninntrciul Law, Mercliawiuiu. KaukiiiK. Joint Block, Munufaeturliif . Lecture.. Hul'i Prnciimi, Mercamlta Oorre.poNdeiica, u. Coat or Full liualnvMat'ourav. Inoludiiw Tul'l a. Suilou.ry ami Hoanl iu a iiiw fuiuilv. anout VO. Khori-lland. T p Writlutf and Tvlt'icruphy ar apeclulllra I have apeoial teacliera aud ruoma, and cau l taktu alone or lin tha Bnetneaa ('our.. Hpecial department for Ladle. Lady Prluclpal einploved. rj7Mrutianta' Special Oourae of BookKeeplnn, I0. 0"7Bual. nc Arithiuelio ami Feninnnahip when takeq alou. 5 per mouth, lullega open dav aud ulalit. fcludaul received on eaT pay. ueMi. C J Arrangement can mr.'la lh KaUmal Cow. rmea for a cheap dallr i to aiieud thl fHf. Xo ar. I n. r'ntr mw. Oralm'" .'ii-reaf ul. C""'''"' circulari' - WILIilit It. Kftirril. r'1. Lt!ltfUu. Ik 0.