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cJ Sam ID. Tolmsoxi , Co. oiiEiNr tecej: Spring & Summer Novelty Dress Goods 'At tmp (J sr r & If Personals. Hon. Ben Leo Hardin, of is in the city. Mr. Chas. Helm, of Cincinnati, was in the city yesterday. Mr. W. P. Hudson, jr., has returned from a trip to the East. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Newman left Friday for New Orleans. Mrs. Lee Herrman, of Cincinnati, is visiting Mrs. A. Harris. Mr. Gustave LaFontain loft Wednesday for a trip to Europe. Miss Minnie VanDerveer returned Saturday from Louisville. Mr. George Keith, of Maysville, was in the city Thursday. Judge M. C. Lisle, of Winchester, spent Thursday in this city. Miss Mollie Higgins, of Paris, is the guest of Miss Mary Halyy Mr. Henry Fitch, of Louisville,-visited relatives hero Thursday. Hon. I. A. Spalding returned to his home in Morganfleld on Monday. Miss Maggie Dudley is the guest of Miss Laura Kearns, in Covington. Judge W. M. Beckner, of Winchester, was in the city yesterday. Miss Judith Drane visited relatives in Louisville the first of the week. Miss Sallie Theobald left Monday for a visit to friends at Lexington. Hon. H. B. Kinsolving, of Mt Sterling, was in the city Thursday. Mr. Joseph E. Scott is very ill at his home near Woodlake, this county. Miss Annie Crutcher attended the Patti concert in Louisville this week. Mrs. James Rodman, jr., arrived home on Saturday last from New York. Miss Ruth Stanton attended the Patti concert in Louisville Monday night. Mr. Harry Bush, of Louisville) visited Mr. R. P. Pepper, jr., this ' week. Miss Maggie Clay, of Paris, as visiting Miss Lutie Ware, on Clinton street. i Miss Sadie Tanner returned Saturday from a-visit to friends in Lexington. Mr. Nat. Suter, of Saline county, Missouri, is visiting friends in this county. Messrs O. L. Walcutt and Sara Sanders were in Midway Saturday and Sunday. Mr. W. R. Watson, of Jersey City, New Jersey, is visiting relatives in this city. Mrs. T. B. Newman returned Friday from a visit to her mother in Louisville. Mrs. R S. Burnett and Miss Ruby Macklin returned Tuesday from Louisville. MissStites Duvall is visiting the family of Maj. H. C. McDowell in Lexington. Mr. Peter Told, of Carrollton, is visiting his brother, Mr. J. H. Told, in thiB city. Mr. J. b. Miller, of Owensboro, is visiting at Judgo W. L. Pence in Bellepoint. Miss Mary Bruce, of Louisville, is on Main street. Messrs. Henry Goin and Harry Hastings, of Shelbyville, wero in the city yestorday. Mrs. Dr. J. Q. A. Stewart, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Wm. Rodman, in Louisville. Mr. Peter Dury, of Louisville, spent Monday and Tuesday in this city visiting friends. Mr. Frank Montgomery and sister, . Mrs. Belle Hogan, of Frankfort, wero here Sunday and Monday, tho guests Thursday, March 10th. of Mrs. Martha Thompkins.-mine -Jessa- Journal. Miss Florence Cromwell has returned from a. two weeks' visit to friends in Lexington. Mrs. Rice, of Boyle county, is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. M. Good-knight, on Logan Btreet. Bliss Mary Harrison, of Lexington, is visiting her neico, Mrs. Sam D. Johnson, on Steele street. Mr. Lyne Herndon, of Louisville, attended the hop at the Capital Hotel Thursday evening. Judge James T. Harbison, of was the guest of Hon. R. K. Hart tho first of tho week. Mr. Frank Davis, of Louisville, visited Mr. Ellis Headloy, on tho South Side, the first of tho week. Miss Mollie Settles, of Hardin county, is visiting the family of Mr. L. C. Lane on the South Side. Miss Nellie Teasdale, of Cincinnati, who have been visiting Miss Sallie Holt, returned home yesterday. Mrs. Sarah Ho wlings worth, of Lewisport, Hancock county, is visiting Mr. S. T. Pence in Bellepoint. Mr. George D. Single, of Pueblo, Colorado, is visiting his father-in-law, Mr. J. P. Woodson, near this city. Misses Rose Crittenden and Katie Green returned Tuesday afternoon from a visit to friends in Lexington. Mrs. Maria Campbell left Thursday for Covington, where she will make her future home with her sister, Mrs. Sarah McKee. Misses Flossie French and DesBie Wingate, returned home Monday after a short visit to Mrs. J. Wallace Harper, near Midway. Mr. Lee J. Dudley.of Middlesborough, who has been visiting relatives in this city for the past two weeks, returned home yesterday. Mr. Fred Bagby and bride, nee) Miss Mary Garrett, have returned from the East, and are boarding at Mr. Wm. H. Newhall's, on the South Side. Miss Mary 0. Cromwell, of Fayetto county, who has been the guest of Mrs. Geo. A. Lewis the past three weeks, left Saturday to visit Mrs. Sue Sherley in Louisville. Mrs. H. Clay Hatchitt, Misses Christine Reynolds, Lottie Starling and Maria Pepper and R. P. Pepper, jr., attended the Patti concert jin Louisville Monday evening. Reduced the Kates. The Kentucky Midland will on the 15th reduce the rates of fare to a basis of three cents a milo to all points on its line, which is the standard rate. This will reduce the rate from this city to Cincinnati, Georgetown and Paris from ten to twenty cents. Oil, What a Cough. Will you heed the warning; the airrnnl nnrhfinn nf fchft Hiiro annroacll of that more terrible disease Consumption? Ask yourself if you can afford, for the sake of saving 50c, to run tho risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that amion's uure win euro your uuuga. It never fails. This explains why more than a Million Bottles wore sold tho past year. It relieves croup and whooping cough at once. Mothers, do not be without it. For lame back, side or chest use .Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by J. W Gayle. 37 Residence Burned. Tho residence of Mr. 0. S. Walcutt, about two miles from this city, on tho Louisville turnpike, together with its contents, was destroyed by fire about 12 o'clock on Thursday night. Tho fire was occasioned by tho of a lamp. m Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Prize Fight. I A prize fight took place about two ! o'clock Sunday morning in Penn's barn, near Georgetown between Tom Ward, of Cincinnati, who has been making his home in this city for a year past, and Otis Hester, of Covington. The mill was arranged by some sports in this city, who put up a purse of two hundred dollars one hundred and fifty dollars to the winner and fifty dollars to the loser in order to induce the two mon to hammer each other up. The party left this city about ten o'clock Saturday night, and it is said every vehicle in the livery stables here were brought into requisition to convey them to tho scene of tho fight. Twenty-one rounds are said to have been fought and Ward was declared tho winner, though both m m were badly used up gloves vers used, and the fight was according to the Marquise of Queonsbury rules. Ward returned here after the fight, but has been keeping himself very shady since, and it is said has disappeared entirely. It is remarkable how so many people know all the particulars of the fight, and yet at tho same time everyone of them claim to have been in the city when the fight is said to have taken place. Hester, the fellow who got licked, made a vigorous kick when ho got home, as is shown by tho following from the Covington Commonwealth: Ottio Hester and his trainer both are loud and bitter in their complaints at tho alleged sports who were at the scientific contest between Hester and Ward at Georgetown. Hester, tho Covington boy, had Ward licked after the first round, when those who had put up a few dollars, pulled and poked their revolvers in the little Covineton lad's face, and threatened to let out his lights if he did not give in and lot ward win. Tho two boys had gone there expecting to meet gentlemen, but run into a gang that would not stand comparison with Bucktown rowdies or Millcreek toughs. Hester can knock tho life out of Ward, and tho Occidental Club of this city will put up 500 to that effect, but the fight must take place among sports and not sharks. ' The Grippe Raging: in Alabama. "La grippe is raging here, and I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be a certain cure for it." says W. G. Johns, of Trimble, Cullman Co., Ala. Mr. Johns ordered a supply of tho Remedy to be shipped by express as quickly as possible. Thero is no question but this Remedy is of great value in the treatment of tho grip especially on account of its counteracting any tendency of the disease towards pneumonia. It is also a prompt and certain cure for the cough which usually follows an attack of tho gi'ip. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J. W. Gayle, Druggist. Death of Mr. Crumbaugh. On another page of this paper appears a notice of Mr. John Crum baugh falling into tho fire and burning himself, and since that form went to presB Mr,. Crumbaugh has passed away. Ho died from his injuries yesterday morning at 11 o'clock, aged 83 years. Mr. Crumbaugh waB born in Fayette county, but has been a resident of this city for over sixty years. He raised a large family of children to man and womanhood and all of thom exoept one, Mr. Henry Crumbaugh, of Shelby county, have preceded him to tho tomb. The aged partner of the joys and sorrows of his long life still survives him, and to her go out tho hearts of our citizens in deepest sympathy. 'Oh speak, ye ghosts of the dead, and say what killed you?" Tho answer came, borne on tho fierce east wind:, "Cold! coldl cold!" Then lot us be thankful that sinco then, wo have Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. tv K (VicGLURE lEaZsis tlie selected, stools: Books, Stationery, Etc. Xn. IMIaJse a, IbTote of it. -', Sale of Damaged Goods. My entire stock of dry goods, notions, laces and embroideries, slightly damaged by smoke, will bo closed out at OBt for cash. Wm. O'Donnell. FOR 40 YEARS DR. WM. Hall's Balsam FOR THE LUNGS. Ilns been u never-falling family remedy for C0U0U3, COLDS, CONSUMPTION, "LA- GRIPPE," SOKE THROAT, HOARSENESS, PNEUMONIA, CATARRH. INFLUENZA, ACUTE AND CHRONIC BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, IN THESIDE AND SPITTING OF BLOOD, and an discuses oi wio Throat, Chest and Lungs Leadlns to ' DR. Wm. HALL'S BALSAM contains no opium, morphine, noruny deleterious drug. It soothes and heals tho Membrane of the Lungs, Inllamed 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.,S1.00. DR. WM. HALL GO.. NEW YORK. Oct. 24-Cm. -,; - - i and. BES H? of l "" , I-.,, p . ' f , . l ' " I 1 it '5- 4a? i noes & soh. The beautiful designs of our new spring stock of children's CARRIAGES 'Are bound to please you, and the PRICES were never , so LOW. FURNITURE. Many new and pretty things, in all the woods most fashion- ble are daily being placed on our floors. K. IKogpers 8G Son. Opp. Court-house. i JiW, it. '.W..J.f. MMfMararea . ' 'k. V. 'isSirX v '