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IrIIoCntsu1ur a Advancr We arahere to help Clay lit far onaiipg Country ani Ourselves J E Burgher Jr Publisher IVOL 7 CLAY QTY RY U1 SDAY MAY 1190 NO 18 t A Big Reduction on Ladies Misses and Childfens Capes Jackets and Furs We have on hand n sock of above goods which We are closing out 0 AtwGst o If you want any goods in this line cheap rail and purchase before the stock is picked over Ve also have n few Overcome which we wills ll At Cost to clove the lot also n few pair of Heavy Boots for Men and Boys on the same terms Dont forget the place e Shimfessel Waldron Stand like a Stone Will Between your children and the tortures of itching and burning eczema ecu Id h end or other skins di Blicklensgreatest henlre Quickest cure for Ulcers Fever gores Salt Rheum Cuts Burns or Bruises Infallible fur Piles 25c at Cloy City Lbr Stave Co IRIN jM fdI f 1Vews is scarce ihls u e Fiw Fannos are hustling getting ready to plant corn G D Cook was in Clay City Monday on business- T B Ware bought a cow of H 1C Baker for 20 C C Curtis and John Ever inan were in Stanton Wednesday on business Tlio Stinday scoot at this place meets each Sunday morning at 10 oclock 0 C Curtis and wife Win Fisher and wife visited Uncle Ras Fishers family Sunday Mrs Allen Baker andhcr moth er ore visiting Sum Patrick of Clark county Herbert Heflin was in our town this week and bought a cow of Mrs Patrick for 30 Mr Curtis took the school cen SIS of this district Monday and found 110 pupils in the district What Thin Folk Need Is a greater power of digestion and assimilating food For them Dr Kings New Life Pills work wonders They tone and regulate the digestive organs gently expel nil poisone from the system enrich the blood im prove appetite make healthy flesh Only 25c at Clay City lAir Stave Co Snow Creek Miss Lillie Kerr is visiting in Winchester this weekr Jack Eads bonghta horse at Mt Sterling for 835- Henderson Vivion spent last week with relatives at Kiddville Miss Carrie Lowery of Winches a j21 r i- G t ter was the guest of relatives here last weekCJ S Wood Albert and John Chism Jr attended court at Win chester Monday n B Hutson bought three head of cattle ai Mr Sterling court day for 80 MarriedaiVinchester Inst Thurs day James Datveqn and MIls Mat tie Niblack We wish them a hap py life Lan Witt and ImVu1ghnl o J ti JnJ i I +ti lm family several days last week Died at her home Iat Saturday morning little Miss Lizzie Vaughn of brain fever She was the nine yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs James Vaughn and a good little girl loved ball Her bright eyes and sweet smiles will be missed butI while it is our loss its heavens gain It is comforting to know that she is resting in that great beyond We extend our sympathy to the be reaved family Reveal A Great Secret It is often asked how such start ling curls that puzzle the best physicians are effected by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Heres the secret It cuts out the phlegm and germinfected mucous and let the lifegiving oxygen en rich and vitalize the blood It hens the inflamed coughworn throat and lungs Hard colds and stub porn coughs soon yield to Dr Kings New Discovery the most infallible remedy for all Throat and Lung diseases Gaurenteed bottle8 50oand 100 Trial bottle free at Swnnn hay Lbr Co store Vaughns Mill Several farmes in this section are planting their corn Mrs Ida Burgher spent Sun day with her brother George Gravett Misses Fannie and Eliza Jack son t spent Sunday with Misses Malisa and Stella Hiley Walter Lowe of Clay City visited the fancily of A P Bush Saturday night and Sunday misses Nora Todd Dollie and Nannie Chrsitophe of Spout Spring spent Sunday with Mr S to v T9 ffi y and Sirs fiMrgan McKinney D Iti11 leJiJclr McKin at tendcdcouH1jiWrincliester Mon 0 L EaatSs saw mill caught fire lost Fri and burnt baditiy he tins he will have to get newoneVr Bushl1OnddlknndAii Maf tie rind JejfiMcKinney were guests of R jennoll Sunday burningbrushtthe worlds aim set fire burning several rails for Clark and other pities Hcld VplA Congreiiman iAt tile ehdf the campaign writes Chninp Clark Missouris brilliant congressman from over work netvous tension loss ofeluep and constantapjnking I had about utterly euljapeed It seemed that all organs In my body were out of order but IIIIC3 bottles of Electric Bitters mode hue all right Its the best allaround medicine ever sold over a druggists counter Over worked runrdpwn men and weak sickly WOnICnrt ain splendid health and vitality from Electric Hitters Try them Only 50c Gauranteed by Clay City IyriC Stave Co No wonder Llmat our United States Senators are indulging in little fights wheii such a shanreful war is being rried on in the Philippinesb the sanction of- the adutinf fion Ex t nfllfhjtvflbecnsummer grounds will be 0 iiblic in n few daystj i Winchester will have a big street fair May 30th to 24th in clusive The State Encampment G A H will bo held at Lebanon May 20 and 21 The Richmond Elks will give a fair and carnival in in that city city July 1410 James G Easters has opened his soda fountain and ice cream stand in the Cassidy building Great Coucil of Kentucky 1 O R M will hold their annual meeting at Owensboro on the 18th to loth Floyd Days lumberyard near Torrent caught on fire and about 3000 wngth of Lumber was burn ed before the flames could be checked We have recently had our office papered and hope to present our patrons with a more respectable room to call in when they wish to see us Come in show day and give us a chat Saturday isCimis day and we ex pect to see a number of people in town on that day Remember the TIMES nod drop in and leave that required 50 cents for one years subscription Berry Howard who was tried at Frankfurt last week on the charge of complicity in the mur der of Governor Goabel and ac quited was given a royal recep tion by the citizens of Belle coun ty Tjifliistatunuhonie He was escorted to the hotel by two hun dred leading citizens where they nil dined Clny Cltr XT Tab 8 1902 I BigTLandslideIll We have a limited stock of each kiml of heavy Winter Goods mentioned below which we cannot afford to car ryover fund will not do so liens Clothing in suits and Odd Pants Ladies Capes and Jackets Men and Boys Underwear Ladies and Misses Underwear Ladies Heavy Dress Skirts liens Womens Boys and Misses Shoes Comforts Blankets and Etc Come early and get first choice You may name the prlctv- We winh to ingress on the needs of the public that we still carry a full line of Ilomeinadc Collins Also a nice linoiof Caskets in both white and black also any i thing 3iiullIu need in liens and Womens Robes 1 r tiles ClaiEity Lumber 1 Stave Co CLAY CITY KY M r t i 4 4 1 r Miss Mansfield dead Miss Edna Mansflcd daughter of R C Mansfield Esq of Kos slyn died early Wednesday night Burial this afternoon at the family burial ground She was down with fever but her condition was not thought to be dangerous Heart failures was the immedi ate cause of her death The be reaved family has the sympathy of a large circle of friends D D Hurst has been apted postmaster at 0 Jackson vice postmaster Crane resigned 0 Thanks DEAn MR EDITOR On lust Tuesday night April 22 the members of the M E C South and citizens of Clay City gave towife and me a very pleas nut surprise by a donation amount ing to about 20 in provisions and money together for which we want to extend unto each do nor our sincere thanks and as they have given unto us temporal things we pray that God in His infinite mercy may add unto them spirituae things Yours fraternallyJ Pastor 1I E 0 S Clay City The TIMES for the news SUCCESSFUL tBUSlllE55 JMLLIFBI1JL5 The possibility of mistakes duplicate payment and other an noying contingencies are thus re duced to a minimum We solicit your account Clay City National Bank Clay City Ky n Educate FOR A Situation M Book KeepingBuslness PHONOGRAPHY TypeWriting Telegraphy dddrm WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KYC- OMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF and UNIYEBShY Awarded Medal at World EzpmlUon Refers to tlmnitndi of graduates In positions co 01 Full Dutlnru Coupe Including Boots and Board In family about tso- BhorthandTypeWritingudTelegraphy8pflcialti s- OtBThe Kentucky VnlTeriltr Diploma awarded Courw free If dtiired- Mo Entervacation araduatetinccciifnl 15 order to Car vour htttrt reach ta addreu only WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky Kott Knttuelv VbcmUv roc 1500000 and early lull tlnJeuti in altnJanc lad Year 1KOKKSSIONAL CAKDS 4PqW 411444iNPLN4W W 4PM44444H44 R A IRVIN M D PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON CLAY CITY KY B LITTLEPAOE M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OLAY CITY KY Dr C B DICKSON DENTIST CLAY CITY KY M THE TIMES VU1IUSI1KO EVERY TUCKSDAT fJ E Hurgtier Jr Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per year in ad vance otherwise 75 Cents Entered as smmdcluss unit neater Thursday Way 1 1902 CLUB RATES For the convenience of our sub scribers we have arranged club rates with the following papers at prices below mentioned The TIKES antI CQurierJonmal1OOI- I Cincinnati Enquirer 110 Louisville Commercial 75 Honieand Firm 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS CIRCUIT CLERK We are authorized to nnnounco Mr AV T SnixoER of Clay City ns a can didate for the office of Circuit Clerk of Powell County subject to the action of the Democratic party SPOUTSPRING Several from here went to Win chester court Monday Albert McIntosh has rentedand moved to the Curtis form on the river IEld N McIntosh filled his stand at Cane Creek Saturday and SundayFarmers in this section are making rapid strides to get their corn 3plantedSundaylis regular church duy set the Baptist and EldiT T UlllU nitllficllp ttietistand W E Heflin and wife who went to Texas ona visit week before last have returned home Misses Dollie and Xnnnie Christopher and Nora Todd visited the formers uncle Morgan McKinney at VrughnB Mill Sunday Tan bark peeling has begun and tie making continues The woods mans ax is ringing from early morning till late in the evening Little Miss Lizzie Vaughn daugh ter of Mr and Mrs James Vaughn diedSnturduy morning Burial Sunday at 11 oclock at the Sprv graveyard near this place Fire broke out in the Hull Run woods near this place Friday eve ning and burned about 000 panel of fence for G W Clark and 100 1panelsfor Thomas Curtis- I have n supply of sweet pota to plants ready for delivery May lOf lrystockcOllsists of the three lending growths John W Mijce After theBook Trust County Superintendent 0 D- Wells of Maysville has filed suit in the Mason Circuit Court against the American Book Company and its sureties to recover 10000 on its bonds given to the State to sell school booko in Ken tucky as cheap as in4any other state The petition alleges the company has been selling goods in Ohio at a lower price than the same bo6ks were sold in that county Under the law the amount recovered in suchsuit goes to the public school fund of the county where the suit was brought There is such a thing as one man favoririganother withoutthe existence of any resemblance Winchester Court There seemed to be but little animation in the cattle trade ill- thoughgood cattle would have soldreadily had there been any on hand Common cattle moved slowly and considerable numbers were left unsold Hogs were active at higher prices qnd lambs are also up in the pictures Scobees yards report 850 cattle on hand nearly all plain and theIsales there were the following J M Owen sold some fat cOSt 800lbs at 4 cents He also bought a load of butcher stuff at 5ty cts to go during the tast half ofJulyS Todd bought 31 yearling steers GOO Ibs at 4lets Conner Hrtonsold 7 year ling steers 550 Ibs at t20 each Jas Bullard bought a pair qf plain oxen wt2000 lbs at J9G John Frazier bought 5 heifers wt 600 Ihs 22 each Tevis Owen sold to Louis Woodford 85 yearlings flUO Ibs at 5 cents They also sold to Webb Johnson John W Bush and S J Sidwell 12 heifers wt 400 Ibs at 18 each It A Scobee sold two lots of light hogs extra quality one lot bringing 0 cents Charlie Guy bought of J F Jones and T 0 Robinson 250 lambs for June and July delivery at 0 cents- J S Wade reports 200 cattle at his yards Among the sales were the following K N Bowen bought 22 heif ers wt 450 Ihs at 1000 each Green Allen sold to Frank Hughes G heifers wtGOO Ibs fori11000ltallan Scott boughtSo heif- ers401 Ibs ab31o earit1VIn chester Democrat There is more Catarrh in this sec tion of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable Fora great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed hcal remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it in curable Science hrs proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Hulls Calarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney fc Co Joe 10 Ohio it the only constitutional euro on the uiraket It is taken internally in doses from lOdrops to a teuspoonful It nett directly on time blood and mucous surface ofthe system They oiler one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send fur circulars ahd testimonialsAddress F J Cheney J Co Toledo 0 Sold dy Druggist 75 lulls Family Pills ure the Lest A man must possess real merit if his intimate associates thoroughly respect him Only genuine coin can cticluru the testut constant bundling cLnracter one in this county required to repre Bent old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing Sala ry1800tveeJclywith expenses held tlonnl nil payable in cash each Wednes day direct front head ofllcod Horse and carriages furnished when necessary I References Enclose sofaddressed stamped envelope Manager 311 Uax tonllltillding Chicago As a rule memorial occasions an quicklyforgotten Send a2c in nips and ctruH IJvert Q h f Bor 30c in will mail ufull- trial of Wii8on8tr6bac1oCure Never fails WriteHoCorp il son Culvert 9ox A POl11trJ rIventOI If you latent business properly and proiiiptl done send it to PnteljtnwyersoppositeU They have no tHesetiejilclient Write them for theirsconfltleijtial letter i A postal card will bring it and it may Te worth money to ybii See their ad else where in this pnljerv ALL WOMEN Wlao of Cardul J3 tho guar lan of a womnns health and litippl neM from youth to old age It helps hcrsafoly Into wonmnhood Ft sustains her during tho trials of pregnancy childbirth and motherhood nuking labor easy stud preventing flooding and mis carriage It gently leads her through the dangerous period known as tho change of life WINEOFCiRDU1 cured leucorrhcca falling of tho womb and menstrual irregularity in every form It Is valuable in every trying period of a womans life It relnforcei the nervous system nets directly on the geni tal organs and Is tho finest tonic for women known Ask your druggist for a 100 bottle of Wino of Cardui BatcnvllleAla Jnly I am using Wine o Cardal and Theft fordbBlackDrawghteidifeelIlkeadtaerent files here keep the medicines in their homO nil the I have three girls and they are nslng it with mo- Hn KATE BBOWDER For adlre and lltraiej tditng- rnraon mrat TheCMtUneoeaIJpaylTiatLaiop feae- c r ConsullMn Cured PiasMyMytbe Filipino Method ii iA soldier who sneitwlwoyenrs in the Philippines discoveredluII brought home n c foraConsumption and iJr lung com lilniiiii Jaiticilhirs und proof free frolUISN Calverfi Tex r MACHINE SHOP J ALL IINDS Machinery Repaired We Keep ip Stock Steam FittingSiiBelting Hose and Electrical Supplies WE ALSO BUILD 1 Gasoline rigine sdo I1 5 fhnnd 11 hrarer Thu- be4 rlWIlIOY erannt1 tbc 110Ir teiIIiT GIIA ALAN WIHCHiisT u u s j rtBig Drop in Prices i In order to cloge out u few lines of goods hiclwewm quit handling AVC will sell Mens Clothing at Cost Tinware and Stoneware iit Cost Mens Hats at Cost and everything else m yT our immtnse stqck of Staple and Fancy Goods including Preps T Goods Notions Millinery White Goods Laces Embroideries and the too ninny things to mention at Cut Prices in order to decrease our Stock yxti You should not mils this splendid chatice tosupply your i f heeds l Mrs J W Williams Clay City Kya 7 The Whitest White CakevThe Lightes Light Rolls And Flakiest Biscuit At c iJ ode Vli on You UNO Pearl and Bakers Pride Flour r Take no Other Every Sack Guaranteed MANtFACTUKB BY CAIN ROUT VERSAILLES KY Sold by our Leading MerHinntH ial I IS 7 5Ii r o i L t r li0 or cotA 4 JkS fH d J T rI I Wedanutlocture J y1 if r rCJ jfSash Doors Blinds andalllCiudsfoF Building Material and Shop work And Bell at Lowest Market Prioa Sondfor Estimates KBLIANG MFG Ho 1 Winchester Ky q k f Dr B Littlepage Son j cDealersIn Pure Drugs Patent Medacwes Oil y r 0 Paints and Etc u C Prescriptions Inrefully tl1lpOIl1Jlila tl ifwelinve autgot wlat- 5ftl trllllt tvlil vet It ftlt UII till short JiIti r j ARE YOU DEAF ANY HEAD NOISES lALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING I1 JIbyHEAD IMMEDIATELYF JrJ Jt JCtltmtttla full history or my case to be used at yrur discretion About Ye yeaill ago ear begun totlngaud tldi ept on geltingworseunlll I It h- my hearing In tills ear entirely runderwent treatment aucceseconsulted berofphysiciansamongothersthemosteminentearepecialistoflut cIty whototd me anum UIO t t Ieven temporarily that the head noIses would tr treatmeatthen cease but the hearing In alfededearwoll1 be ever o +iys J youheartllyandbegtoremainV AAVERMAN 7J 6 Broadway naltlmoreMd 17 11Our treatment tines not interfere with your usual occupation Jtxamlnatlon and aI advlcerresect 4 INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AYE CHICAIO ILL a ir- c t LI j STHE4 i = = I AN ATfc HMEMADE 1 AT RR t THURSDAY MAY 111902i F LOCAL BREVITIES 1 =W Of Kvernian of Virden wa- j in town Monday f Born to the wife of Dnvcn hulloti fi the 28tln fine girl i Dr W Li ttlepage was in Lex ington Monday on business C L McClure was in Winches ter 8Iturchy night and Sunday Abb Vivion of Kjddville was intowh Wednesday on business liev ltA lain delivered two very interesting sermons here Sunday NVm McCoy of Natural Bridge wits visiting friends here Saturday niirht and Sunday Iliss Adeline Pceples of this pliee h visiting her many friends at Alt Sterling this week Eggs are very scarce on the local market and command mod prices for the time Charlie Easterns saw mill on Hardwicks creelv WitS destroyed by fire Friday night The delivery of tanbark has begun and the market at this place is usnaly well supplied The 3rd Sunday in May has been selected as the day for childrens day services at this plaice Beattyrr tile ismaking his to i ri 4a JlE E West of Mt Sterling with Sim monsHnrd ware Co of St Louis Mo was in town Tuesday W A Hoods family moved to Aslnnd Tuesday where Mr Hood I e is engaged in n flour mill at that 1 place tTJ Douglas Virgil Hain line n nick of Love were here the latterpart of lashv ek on a fishing spree Stroder Siiowden of this place has accepted a position with W R Day o Frozenasforeman of a buck or at that place rT Adims lias taken charge of their new hotel and in a few days will be ready for elitertain 1IICJlt of guest IC Fitch J HTtrrJ and Dr R A Irvine went to Mt t Sterling Tuesday and each returned with a new buggy E The Morgan County Messenger and the Walnut Grove Herald have consolidated and will be published at West Liberty f It eeeras as though the evening Sunday school gchollars at this place are interested more in a little game ofbase1 hall than evening services Mrs J W Williams has lately installed n new gasoline r plant which gives light equal to day light By far the brightest light known A telegram from Lexington on Monday to Henry Ware announces that his uncle David Crtnchfield is deadand MrWare left Tuesday morning r that place B B Self a former butcher in the companystorehusretl1rn ed and is again mploped at his old trade His family has movedu l 1 to town with him i J iw iI S ryM I ot ir 3oiairMoTiilTz of LitHo Creek who has been ailing SOl leAwCOs has sufficiently recovered as to be able trt come to town on a Visit to his hrotlierWm MotiLtz Sr Mr Cliff Stokely and Miss Jessie Rucker both of this place were married at the brides host last Thursday eveningatS oclock officintediA good rain visited this section the first of the week which was highly appreciated by many ag forest fires were numerous and the ground had become th hard to plow well A young lady asked us to an nounce her wedding in reply we ask to whom are you going to marry Judging from reply she gave we imagine nios any worty young gentloTnan can secure a good bride Dr II L Ray TW Turner Robert Shimfescel and others attended Winchester court Monday Mitts Lillie Rose of Hazel Green was the guest of Sir and Mrs Noah Rose of this place the first of the week Many are under the belief that the seventeenyear locusts will visit us this year but they will not Swarms of them appeared in this county in the year of m 1880 but none to be noticed in 1885 as claimed by some Mark our prediction the locusts will not come this summer The Most Common Ailment More people suller from rheuma tism than from any other ailment this is wholly unnecessary toofor a cure may be effected at a very small cost G W Wescott of Ieai dowdale N Y Fays I have been nffiicted with rheumatism for ioiiiir nreittrdithttscaviEdn- ulsh suffering I concluded to try Chamberlains Pain Balm and am pleased to say that it has cured me For sale by all dealrsin patent medicine It is announced that Mr Hood Curtis of Clark county and Miss Emma Macky of Clay City will be married at Powells Yaley the second Sunday in this month it being the regular meeting day Sciatic RheanmatUra cured After Fourteen Yeati of Suffering I have been afllicted with sciatic rheumatism for fourteen years says Josh Edger of Germantown Cal il was able to be around but constantly suffered I tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try ChamberlainsPain Balm which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured and I am happy to say it has not since returned Why not use this liniment and get well It is for sale by all dealers in patent medicine Whooping Cough A woman who has had experience with this disease tells how to prevent any dangerous consequences from it She says Our three chil dren took whooping cough last summerour baby boy being only three months old and owing to our giving them Chamberlains Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than other children whose parents did not use this reme dy Our oldest little girl would call lustily for cough syrup between whoops Jessie PinkeyHallSprinc ville Ala This Remedy is for sale by all dealers in patent medicine Gone Again The Harrodsburg Hefalk has the A 1 0 fOellowingcolcerningHe at Clay 01 sev days i according to the Enquirer the 4 p- wifettf A kstonformeIY of this cohtjFjJhas been consulting the CincirinatiKpjjlice and search lug that cityifprther husband with a vioydf can8lu his arrest Pink ston livedUmarrodsburg and sevcal yearFrago during a revival conductedyilt the Methodist church thimtcjtvbythetltenpas tor Rev J Wright tins city he joined the church Feeling call ed upon to be once a preacher he entered the Kentucky Wesleyan College butUi he was not graduated asfittordninedminister- he NB was assi to preach at Wares Chap Trouble between hinfnnd the Conference and he wciikio Amelia 0wher a Baptist revival was in progress his wife stopping offin Cincinnati thte that the me JIgs were over and as her husba not put in an appearance she made a trip to Amelia and learned that her hus band hind lefttherc8ayingJie was going to Cincinnati tosee his wife Site also learned that a young wo man had disappeared from one of the villages at the same timelier husband left She hurried back to the city and after considerable detective work it was learned that Pinkston was stopping at a Ninthstreet house with a woman who answered the discription of the one whq disapeared The fact was communicated to the pastor and elder of the church of Amelia with the result that Monday Rev Under with Dr Witham and Mr Brooks one of the most prominent merchant of the place went to Cincinnati and met Mrs Pinkston and joined in search for the evangelist Init he hadevident ly got wind of heir presence and I skipped 9t trs Pinkston was ormmrJyRose she willsI towards securlandin addition wil thing to have her husda Secuted In this she will ha the support of the pastor and elders of the Bap tist church of Amelia The police department of Cincinnati has been called upon to locate Pinkston No Lodi of Time I have sold Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for years and would have rather be out of coffee and sugar than it I sold five bottles of yesterday to threshers that could go no farther and they areat work again this motlling H R Phelps Plymouth Ok lahoma As willbe seen by above the threshers were able to keepon with their work without losing a single days days5tinie You should keels ri bottle of this Remedy in your home Forsale by all dealeis in patent medicine r 5L Few persons Aias easily fooled by others as theyjgare by them selves WONT FOLLOW ADVICE AFTER PAYING TOR IT In a recent artiela prominent physician says It i8 next to im possible for the physician to get his patients to carry outany prescribed course tf hygenlc f diet to the smallest extent ibetIJas one resort left namely thedrugtreatment- When al eoised for chronic consUntion thQmost mild nndI gentle obtainahlouohas Chamber lains Stomach Liver Tablets should be employed Their use is not followed by constipation as they leave the bowels Ja natural arid healthy conditirii i For sale by all dealears in patent raedicine- i See our lineif ipiesforsuit8 r BLittlepage OR t moo Follow the Procession T THE New York Racket Store KEPT BY SONeCLAY CITY KY Who claim to be headqnarters for all kinds of merhandise at the owest lash Prices Unit FirstClass goods can be sold for 16 Pounds Granulated Sugar 100 Cordova or Arbuckles Coffee 8 lbs 100 Bakers Pride Flour 220 I Pearl 240 Superfine 200 Soda 12 pounds for 25 cents As to Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps Boots Shoes and Cloth ing wcdify all competition We buy our goods driect ftorn New York make the prices right allow ymi top prices for all kinds of produce pay Cash for Railroad Ties So call and see how much money is saved in dealing with us Your Ai Er BARNETT SON WTWEBB JIm opened a First Class Jewelry store in his new building and invites the public to call on hint when in need of Watches Jewelry Spectacles and Etc Eyes Treated and Glasses Accurately Fitted Subscribe for THE TIMES 50 Gents a year M BAILEY Merchant and Cu- stomMILLER CLAY CITY KY Custom work six Jars in the week Fresh Ground Rolled Meal always on hand Grinds for onesixth told Notice I wish to sell my Dwelling and Store House containing a well se lected stock of goods with a nice trade done built Situated hMin Street One of the most desirable stands in Clay City Ky Terms easy For further particulars ap ply toJ W Tipton ro S h Old newspapers for sale at this office u Sold by all Newsdealers Furnishes to allloTenoI Ifn lc a CopyrlghtCompositions Si rages el Piano Music 10 Songs 1 1 InttruracaUl 21 Complsle Pieces for Plant ud 23 P CJ ol Musical Literature Once a Month for 25 Cents Yearly Subscription 200 Six Months 100 In oue JcarJoa get 1100 Pagel of Unite comprlfln 332 CompteteFIeceitorthePlum- It bouxhtla any mailo store at ons would cost 16300 If youwilliedMthename and address of fly performers ou orOrgauwewtllsend youasampleeopf Fri W PEPPER Publisher Ilhth a Locust Sts rhlladelphla Ps t s r j Postmaster Palmerof So Glen Falls N Ydes cribes a condition which thous ands of men and women find identical with theirs Read what he says andnote the similarity of your own case Write to him enclosing stampedad dressed envel for reply L D Palmerope and get a per sonal corroboration of what is here given He says regarding Dr Miles Heart CureI suffered agonizing In the left breast and between my shoulders from heart trouble heart would palpi tate flutter then skip beats until I could no longer lie In bed Nicht after night I walked the floor for to he down would have meant sudden death My condition seemed almost hopeless when 1 began taking Or wiles Heart Cure but it helped me from the first Later I took Dr Miles Nervine with the Heart Cure and the effect was aston fishing I earnestly implore similar sufferers to give these remedies a triaL Sold by all Druggists on get arantoo Dr Mlles Medical Co Elkhart Ind r Wo promptly obtain u 8 and Foreign 1 Bend model sketch or photo Invention reereport on patentncllltv For free L lIoIYtoSecureTnADE MARKS forI TIIE Winchestei Bank IRcoRPbuATEn1N Capital Stock 200000 Surplus 20030- We solicit the accounts of individ uals firms nnd corporations fi42 I Courierjournal Ii 2H4IS 1 104 TIMES A YEAR The TWICRAWEEK COURIER JOURNAL Is the best paper publiBlu in the United States for Democrats an nil renders It in tIe equal of man Dailies and the superior of all other SemiWeeklies cnry WattersonKd itor The Vednebday issue is devoted it News Matters the Saturday issue h1 ThoIipme Sample copies sent free 01 application Address 4COURIERJOURNAL CO By Special Arrangements You can get THE TIMES And th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournalBoth for Only One Dollarb This is for cash subscriptions pnly All sullwcriptfonsunder this combination offer must be sent through this ollice I t mkt l STRANGE ROBBER Mystery on an Ocean Liner Explalriei at Last Not ninny weeks ago the news papers published accounts of mye rerious wholesale robberies on one of the ocean greyhounds plying between New York and Liverpool The authorities on board ship exerted themselvesto their utmost but no clue to the offenders could be obtained Stateroom was en tered milt in nearly every cast some valuable jewels were ex tracted Scotland Yards was sum moned but the most astute thief catcher of that celebrated agency failed to meet with any success Later developments have thrown some light on the mystery On board receiving the constant at tention of a lady and gentleman passenger was a line large group of ostriches consigned to ono J N Percival Paris France The lady and gentleman after till steamers landed disappeared as did the Hock of feathered beautier All trace of the birds was lost un til the other lily when they un loaded at the docks at New Or leans The tag however had been changed and one of the birds was missing It turned out to be n most valuable bird however and the discoverey was the work of a New York sleuth hound At every visit to the hold of tnesteain er by the aforesaid lady and gets tleinau this particular ostrich was fed n jewel either watchdi an ond ring or some other bright article purloined by this couple front the stateroom of their fellow passengers This particular os trich seemed to feast oa jewelry Bethat as itslay the birdsfeath iSiloru 50m oTh1l 1IIijTRl lrcontents of its stomach await i dcntiiication in the oflice of the Chief of Police of Now Orleans The laxly told gentleman are in the hands of the Paris police who ar rested them as they were about to sail forAmerca 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