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?fc.J2 td ttWiaulix Personals. Miss Magoflln, of Lexington, was in tho oity last week. Mr. Geo. Rogors, of Now York, was in tho city Thursday. Mr. J. B. Elder, of .Louisville, was in the city Thursday. MIbs Henrietta Blackburn, of Spring Station, is in tho city. Col. John Feland, of Owensboro, 'was in tho city Tuesday. Hon. W. H. Makoy, of Covington, was in the city Thursday. Miss Mary Mason Scott is tho guest of relatives in Lexington. Col. Peter Manion, of Henderson, was in the city "Wednesday. Miss Burnett, of Shelbyville, is visiting MisB Rebecca Johnson. Mr. T. G. Stuart, of Winchester, was in the city on Saturday last. Mrs. Belle Walker is visiting Mrs. E. P. Bryan in Louisville this week. Miss Mary Watts Brown is visiting the Misses Starling, in Henderson. Mr. Richard Henry left Tuesday morning for his home in Louisville. Hon. Jas. W. Bryan, of Covington, was in the city on Saturday last. Mrs. Wm. Beckner, of Winchester, was in the city on Thursday last. Mr. J. P. Giltner, of Bourbon county, was in the city yesterday. Miss Kate Green will entertain the Euchre Club next Tuesday evening. Mr. Ohas. E. Hoge left Tuesday for Louisville on a short business trip. Hon. Phil. Thompson, sr., of was in tho city Wednesday. Mr. Tom DeLime, of Louisville, was in tho city the first of the week. Judge. B. G. Williams and Mr. H. T. Gaines were in Paris Wednesday. Miss Una Marshall has returned from a visit to her sister in Georgetown. Miss Evelyn Brown has returned from a visit to her brother at Lake-wood. Miss Nellie Matthews, of Louisville, is the guest of Miss Annie Headley. Mrs. Asa Walker left Tuesday for a short visit to Mrs. E. P. Bryan, in Louisville. Rev. George Darsie leaves Monday for a short visit in Wheeling and Pittsburg. Miss Sadie Tanner left Monday afternoon for a visit to friends in Lexington. Mr. Earl Rogers has been very ill at the residence of his parents on Campbell street. Mr. Robert Hutchison, editor of the Corinth Independent, was in the city Wednesday. Miss Theodora Phillips, of Lexing ton, is visiting Miss Sallie Theobald, on the South Side. Mr. Clarence Witherspoon and wife, of Mexico, Missouri, were in the city yesterday. Mrs. Swigert Taylor and Miss Maggie Taylor will entertain their lady friends next week. Misses Percy and Ellis Headley, of Louisville, wore in the city Tuesday visiting their parents. Mr. Hardin Oulter has secured a situation in Lexington and left Saturday for that city. Mr. Frank Davis, of Louisville, who has been visiting friends in this city, has returned home. Miss Mary 0. Cromwell, of Fayette county, is visiting Mrs. George A. Lewis at 421 Second street. Miss Laura KearnB, of Covington, who has been visiting Miss Maggie Dudley, has returned home. Mr. W. K. Utterback, of Frankfort, spent Sunday with the family of F. M. Utterback. -Shelby News. The Tuesday Eve Euchre Club will meet at the home of Mr. John on Tuesday evening next. Col. R. P. Popper, wife and daughter, MIbs Maria, were in Louisville several days the first of the week. Miss Rosa Gorin, who has been visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. Q. A. Stewart has returned to her home in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Berry, Mrs. Alice Orbison and Miss Nellie Orbi-son leave next week for a trip to Cuba. MisB Anna Johnson, of Mt. Ster ling, who has been visiting the Misses Holt, returned home Huuday after noon. Misses Emma and Minnie Wilson left Tuesday for a visit to their old homo in Harb county, but in a short time will go their father, Louisville. to housekeeping for Hon. 0. Y. Wilson, in Mr. Leo S. Church, late of tho firm of Gray & Church, has gone to Pecos, Texas, where ho will make his future home. MisBea Lena Stephens, Ruth Sargent, Clara and Loona Gaines, left Thursday for Louisrillo to visit friends and relatives. Mr. W. B. Moody, editor of tho Henry County Local, has been in tho city several days this week in attendance upon tho Circuit Court. Mr. John Williamson and wife, of Lexington, and Mrs. Williamson, of Canada, were in tho city Thursday, the guests of Mr. David Nicol and wife. Mrs. D. M. Woodson and daughter, Miss Ellen T., came over from Tuesday to join Mr. Woodson here and they have gone to housekeeping. Oapt. W. G. McCoy, tho coal merchant, of Cincinnati, was here on Thursday making arrangements to ship a largo supply of black diamonds to our local dealers. Miss Lucilo Caldwell, who has been visiting Mrs. Caswell Bennett, left Wednesday for a short viBit to friends in Versailles, after which she will to her home in Danville. For Another Term. Mrs. Mary Brown Day, of this city, was unanimously nominated by the Democratic Caucus, Tuesday evening, to succeed herself as State Librarian. Card Party. Miss Bettie Keenon gave a delightful euchre party at her father's residence, on Washington street, Monday evening. The prizes were very handsome and were won by Miss Louisa Pepper and Mr. Ed. Gaines. Leap Year Mop. Tho young ladies of this city gave a most delightful Leap Year hop at the Capital Hotel Thursday night. Miss Florence Stanton, chairman of the floor committee, did everything in her power to make tho gentlemen have a good time, and she succeeded. The music was furnished by the Frankfort orchestra. From Press to Plantation. Mr. D. 0. Knight, for tho past four or five years foreman in the pressroom at the Capital office, gave up his place there on Saturday and has returned to hiB old home in Louisiana, where he will turn his attention to raising cotton and sugar cane. Mr. George Gordon, who learned the business under Mr. Knight at the Capital, succeeds him as foreman Ola, What a Cough. Will you heed the warning; the signal perhaps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Consumption? Ask yourself if you can afford, for the sake of saving 60c, to run the risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that Shiloh's Cure will cure your cough. It never fails. This explains why more than a Million Bottles were sold the past year. It relieves croup and whooping cough at once. Mothers, do not bo without it. For lame back, side or chest use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W Gayle. 37 A New Tank Stand. A,pipe line has been laid from the Gas Works to the Kentucky Midland yards and a switch has been put in, up the grade some distance above the Colored Oity School building, where the oil tanks sent here to the Capital Gas and Electric Light Company are now unloaded. The cars aro side-tracked there, the pipe connected with the tank and the elevation is sufficient to send tho oil into tho receptacle at the Gas Works without the services of a hand being required to watch the tank and assist the flow of oil, which can be shut off at the works. Heretofore these tanks have been emptied on tho L. & N. track, on Broadway, w'here there was constant danger to life and property from an explosion of gas which generates in the tank, and a man had to watch it all the time, frequently being compelled to ubo a pump to force the oil into the pipe. Clover Seed. Wo have on hand about 400 bushels of strictly prime olover seed, which wo will guarantee to sell at Louisville is quotations. Buy at home and save freight. Mastin Bros. Tlie Furniture Factory. Tho now furniture factory is now in good shapo and is running full time, giving employment to ten or a dozen hands. Mr. Jos. T. Staten, President of the Company, and Mr. James McEwan, book-keeper, have charge of tho office and warerooms, while Mr. Chamberlain, of Indiana, a gentleman of experience in tho manufacture of furniture, is tho Superintendent of the factory. Mr. Hoover, lately from Ohio, has charge of the machinery and Mr. Wm. Brock-man, also from Ohio, is tho finisher. All of these gentlemen thoroughly understand tneir business ana aro turning out good work. Tho present capacity of tho factory is fifty bedsteads per week, but will be increased to meet tho demands of trade. Nothing but hardwood furniture is beingj manufactured oak, ash and maple, made in Queen Ann and sixteenth century stylo which will be put upon tho market at the lowest figures. The company sold their first bill of goods on Monday to a Lexington party, who had been to Louisville and Cinoinnati, and having greater inducements offered by our factory, bought here. Sltiloli's Consumption Cure. This is beyond question the most) successiui uougn Medicine we nave ever sold, a few doses invariably cure the worst cases of Cough, Croup and Bronchitis, whilo its won derful success in tho cure of Consumption is without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been Bold on a guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to try it. Price 10c, 50c. and $1. If your lungs are sore, chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W. UAYLE. 37 Change of Date. The date of the complimentary benefit to be given Miss Daisey Coxhas been changed from the 10th to the evening of Friday, the 12th inst., at which time the Opera House should be filled to overflowing. The following ladies and gentlemen will take part in the entertainment: Mrs. Belle Grant Walker, Mrs. P. H. New-men, Mrs. Tom. Newman, Misses Laura Pepper, Alma Scofiold, Lucy Hughes, Daisy Hughes, Mary Todd, Nellie Cox, Georgie Payne; Major H. T. Stanton, Messrs. WilL McOlure, Frank Hutchison, Tom Brislan, J. T. Hanley, Jake Cox, J. M. VanDerveor, Frank D. Bull, E. W. Zoeller, Forster Baird, W. H. VanWinkle, John B. Williams, Walter Franklin, Master George Thomson and the Johnson Guards. The price for general admission will be fifty cents; seats reserved at Barrett's, without extra charge. Don't If a dealer offers you a bottle of Salvation Oil without wrapper or labels, or in a mutilated condition, don't touch itrdonH buy it at any price, there is something wrong it may be a dangerous or worthless counterfeit. Insist upon getting a perfect, unbroken, genuine package. Stole the Shoes. A negro boy, known as Little Jim, wont into the store of Mr. R. K. Mo-Clure on Monday while Mr. Mc-Clure and all his clerks were busy waiting upon customers, stole a pair of three dollar and a half shoes and hid them under his coat. A customer happened to see him when he took the shoes and informed Mr. McOlure, who caught the little thief before he could get out of the store and turned him over to a policeman. About a year ago Jim went into the same store, stole a pair of shoes which would not fit hira and in a few days brought them back and asked that they bo exchanged for a larger pair. He was let off' that timo but was not bo fortunate on Monday. Successful Driver. J. H. Goldsmith who had such success in the Grand Circuit astyear with Pimlico and others, writes, 'I have given Quinn's Oint mont a thorough trial and I can truthfully say it is the best preparation for removing a Splint or Curb that I have over used." Damage Suits. Mr. OharleB Kennoy has sued Mr. C. 0. Mooro, editor of tho Blue Grass Blado, in tho Scott Circuit Court, for 10,000 damages, on account of language used in a letter written by Moore to tho plaintiff, andMr. Moore himself thinking of bringing suit against Messrs. Oraddock A; Remington, of tho Paris f i V JAY-EYE-SEE It Is oi. 3viofc & flijiitEmn HU TRADE UAHIC A DWARD MIL J. I. Oasis, flliokorv Ornrn Pnrm. hnirm of Hucluc, Wis., Bays: "After trying - 'cry known remedy, I removed a largo Bunch Z. oi years standing, from a 8 j ear old Ally, wltL ihrco applications of 2 PNN'S OINTMENT: I Plumber, GasSteam Fitter -AND DEALER IN- Gas Fixtures, Bath Tubs, Sinks, Ciosefs, PIPE AND FITTLNQS, ETO. STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Opposite Stato House, - FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY. for publishing a communication from a member of the Paris Christian Church, in which the correspondent says Moore was at ono time an in mate of the Lunatio Asylum, fixing his damages at $50,000. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. A marvelous cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Headache. With each bottle there iB an ingenious nasal Injector for the more successful treatment of 'these complaints without extra charge. Price 60c. Sold by J. W. Gayle. 37 Saw-mill Sold. Mr. W. H. Posey, Master Commissioner, sold on Monday at public sale the saw-mill property of Messrs. P. S. Rule & Co., on Second street, to Mr. Quissenbury, of Danville, for $5,225. The lot alone is well worth the money, and the sale will hardly be confirmed. W li A LT H which Sost people seek, and which but fow are indifferent to no, matter in what form it presents itself. The word "pecuniary," which is often used in speaking of a man's riches, come from the Latin word Pecua, which means cattle, and shows that formerly a man's wealth was reconed by the cattle he possessed. Abraham is said to have been 'very rich in cattle, in silver, and in gold." But'no matter in what a man's riches may consist, it is all vanity and vexation of spirit, unless in connection therewith he has health," and wo have no doubt if he had known the virtues of S. S. S. that he would have recommended its use to all persons suffering from tho diseases for which it is recommended. Treatise on blood and Skin diseases mailed free. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. W. L. Coppersmith challenges comparison in workmanship on any repairs in hiB line. 234 St. Clair street. FOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. Hall's Balsam FOR THE LUNGS. Has been a never-failing family remedy for COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION, SORE THROAT, HOARSENESS, PNEUMONIA, CATARRH, INFLUENZA, ACUTE AND CHRONIC BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA, WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP, PLEURISY. PAIN IN THE SIDE ND SPITTING OF BLOOD, and ull diseases of tho Throat, Chest and Lungs -CONSUMPTION, DR. Wm. HALL'S BALSAM contains no opium, morphine, norany deleterious drug. It soothes and heals the Membrane of the Lungs, lnllamed and poisoned by disease, and prevents night sweats and tightness across the chest. It Is pleasant to the taste. Be sure and ask for DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM, and take no other. For sale by Druggist, Frankfort, Ky. PRICE 25C, 50C.,SI.OO. DR. WM. HALL GO.. NEW YORK. Oct. 21-Cm. Two Houses and Lots For Sale. rNB TWO-STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OF Alfht rannm. Inrairnri on thfi corner of Third and Main streets, and one frame cottage of f iur rooms on Main street, South Frankfort, uro offered for sale. For terms upnly to WM. MoEWAN, Corner Third und Main Streets. Jan. tho best preparation I have overused or heard SI i ncnruiy recommend it to all I Horsemen." ,e hundreds of such testimonials, c. Ask your druggist for It, If bo jiAIS 23a stamps or silver, for trial box. i CO., Whitehall, N. Y. CLAASSEN I Thorough( Practical Instruction. OraJuatei assisted to positions. Catalogue free. Write to 8&7AMT & 8T&ATT0H BUSINESS C0UMP LOUISVILLE, KY. W.A. HOWARD. W. W. PORTER- HOWARDS PORTER, DEALERS IN Feel Floor and seeds. WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE' clt zens of Frankfort ai.d vicinity that we will, on the first of February, open a Hour, feed and seed store at 131 St. Clair btreet. where we will keep constantly on hand a full stock of goods. In our line. A share of your patronage Is solicited. HOWARD & PORTER, Jan. Rob't. B. Franklin i i-iy. Frankfort, Ky. BSTER WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY SUCCESSOR OP THIi UNABRIDGED. und Rent t lrotn Cover to Cover. A GRAN D I NVESTNI ENT fur uvery Family mid School. Tlioworlc of revision occupied over t en ) eat , liioro than u hundred eidltorn beliitT employed, and over 8300,000 cxpaudedbeforo first copy was printed. SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS. Pamphlet sent freo by the publishers. CAUTION is noeded In purchasing a dictionary, us photographlo reprints of an obsolete and comparativelyworthless edition of Webster nro being marketed under various names and often by misrepresentation. GET THE BEST, The International, which boars imprint of G. St O. MEItltlABI & CO.. 1'ubUshors, Springfield, .Blass., U. S. A. Feb. Wit. KENTUCKY UNION RAILWAY GO,,. TIME CARD. EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST, GOING EAST. Leave Lexington 8:00 p nv Leave Winchester 4.H0 p m Leave Clay City 4:51 p m. Arrive Lumber Point 026pm Arrive Three Forks 630 p m Leave Three Forks 11:30 a m Arrive Elkatawa 1:25 p ro (50ING WEST. Leave Elkatawa 8:35 a nv Arrive Three Forks 10.30 a m Leave Three Forks 6KX) a nv Arrive Lumber Point 6.-05 a m Arrive Clay City 7.37 a m Arrive Winchester. 8-30 a nv Arrive Lexington 0 30 a m Connections made at Lumber Point with, steamer for Deatt)vllle. Elkatawa Is nearest! station to Jackson. Ky. Trains between Three Forks and Lexington run dally, between Three-Forks and Elkatawu dally. Sundays excepted. J. L. MURPHY. UeneralPassenger Agent WM. CROMWELL. ATTORN EY-AT-LAW REAL ESTATE AGENT. XTTILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS 0 jrranuin sua tne adjoining counties, and- will alio Klre ipAclal attention u o the purchase and ialo of real estate, collection of claims.. and the aeotlatlon of loans. J i 4 l!