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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 15 January 1896

Wm if a - 5 3 Ht'R ... .,., ,r " lf ; ; ; : : -. mmi XT . 1 1 I .THE CLlMAX..!r,1B:i:trJS j333 BPvlDLEY'S MESSAGE. WkW - .estates coming to her and was without 1 fnRRFPnNnFNPF MH riv&.v.ri uriu ., - - jjjrron. nionev or tri'nils. lint nrx.n Iw n SB. wuimi.wi uiu'i.i., . ..s. , I- ---- - ' -- tJ E- Kit D. P. ARMER, MANAGKn.toa Mork hiW 8,,e wns fl,und io ,,e Kjl crazy and had $15,000 sewed up in her IV 15c ', '' oi.ai.t,,., ' Wm ' : POBUSHEliEVKBT WKDMESDAT BT H; jH. A 1 ill has been introduced in the Vir- li'flt' Ths Glima.x Printino Co. tfn5afeu,e,,ae prodding f..r a com BIm' of three, with salaries of $2,500 I PBIC1..PBK EAH, $l.oO. u gniph lin, in tl.at htela H mr " """ '' ' Jainesu will be w "."."' r tried by court Pr. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 15, - - lb&O. mertial and may be shot for invading the Hi'BT "- Trantivaal. P.- I jr.. n .. i. P IV1 Iau a I W the ifrinnnMiir invention. The Xavy Departmeut is overhauling Born to the wife of J W. Masters, u - - - mm wkt Eft K W- SITUATION...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 15 January 1896

11 THE CLIMAX. HSEDAY, ad of the bis J' - JAJJ. lo, 16. Nh' Dr landman local. See A P. ad. f stolen initio. u Mayor Tyler of Louisville died r.lay Daniel Elkin, aired 2(5 yearn, died t a i Saturday night Don't foroet that tbe UuKti lias ed acro tbe C. D. Chenaiilt's ad. of farm to n-i. near Red House. IVrrv & Rroaildns i meat sliop from B. have removed to Irvine street. i. tirn;e W BHin,the temperance mt, hs not 'born in MadibOii Wilkes Baxter has removed hispnint tn the old Central Hout-e on lower I lie Climax lmsnew two lev" 5, o - u.ll prejmred to wth he i - i"r.f lWden, of C U.wwtf. tn l.it week, his nithor ltftviagdied hat rltv. F Ilf3,drtit, ami wife lwve . to tbe Hiehh home, -M Main. Mn. arah Black hs rented her farm. . jrfare, at Dmicitunon, to A .tltrl 11h kaday. - .bilni II. Thorpe w'Jl si-11 farm, stock I r ip near JHOttth ol Drowning Creek h i'"th. See ad If tbe CrHtcner correspondent Avill ke hinwH known, his items will be ii puMisheil. l: - Dr McCewan ami family ha...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 15 January 1896

HBH8HBBBBB ' Iir i , H i 1 1 I - aaai m . - , . . . ... . i ... .j - - - bbbbb j -- - ttm i i -i -Ti ii i it i re n " f ii i T i t mi bm aiin mn aaeaaaia. w m e a a) aaae M.e a a : T . m & i - vrst fr I 5 ft KENTUCKY NEWS. TIi Latest News From All Parts of tbe Cuoj ni tn ruHti. THE TIE BROKEN. lr,lltar Yi'iteon Ule. nod the Now flavn a Majorlt. Fkaskfout. Ky., Jan. 13. Representative Isaac WiNou. of riled Saturday tnoruiutr at 5 tVI.cV - J the party deadlock lu the was broken. , Mr. Wilson was a democrat ami bad en broujjht here several days in tyinff condition. His ts to live lonjr enough to vote for nator Blackburn iu the jomt but death came before that riinl in the senatorial contest had ?n reached. vlr. Wilson was too 511 to mVe nny lvass before his election, and it was 11 known at that tiuie that he was icted with a fatal liver trouble. st Wednesday at his request a called at bis room and the oath'of oflice to the already .nc man, but he never was able to apj the seat. "he ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 15 January 1896

HHHHBBBHBBHBHBBHHBBiHWMBflff H?5?iir3 '!""' '-'a - m ' . - ' " '-"- 4 "M" - '- ' ' ' "' ' , . - -S , V -- - r. fr KENTUCKY NEWS. Tbo Laturst Ner From All tart of the Cum uiun v ritl lb. THE TIE UBOKEN. L.Clalator Wilfton Ok, and tli mm uw flava Majority. Fraskfoict. Ky., Jan. 13. 3Qtative lxaac Wtlnoo. of . died Saturday inorului; at 5 o'click - d the party deadlock ju the f was broken. Mr. Wilson was a democrat anil bad en brought here several days ago in lying condition. Jim desire m to lie long1 enough to vole for natnr ltlackburn iu the joint amiably, but death came before that riiHl in the senatorial contest bad in reached. 'At. Wilson was too ill to make any ivass before his election, and it was 11 know n at that time that he was icted with a fatal liver trouble, st Wednesday at his request a called at bis room ami the nath of oflice to the already ng man, but he never wa able to upy the seat. "he houss was in session only fire lutes Saturday, adjourning as a rk of rrspect to ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 22 January 1896

"Mi ' M jj 3 - -- - 5 - S- 1, " ' a Cc S VUL. UiYii IX. RICHMOND, COUJS'fY. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 22, L896 NUMBER 33. Motherhood is the acme of womanhood. It v y "0 t rounds out a woman's life and completes her most important mission in the world. The .healing and rear- i ui jyv ii 'iSKfccP Zing of health-, happy children is the chief achievement of anv wcaan's life. Hea'tb L an inheritance due to every c'v r) within the reach of every pire t to tesow. It is something tint no money ami is more prccictn tS. a mountain of diamonds. T e cill s health depends almost H on the mother's, not only before l.- rtli but A sick mother can ' properly care for her child's health. A sj k mother sonietinies liears a henlthy c . 1'u; it isn't to be expected Maybe V t tab will possess the appearance of but will !acU stamina. Maybe weakness will deelop in after yp I erv woman should be particu1arly cm ul of her health durinjj the period c' v;tation when the child is really a pa" of lierself. Im...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 22 January 1896

- . J i, - . i . fi .; -i " I ' t: j F - ' it J. , ' w j t j jt i SBhBu --. ' V U 1 a VOLUiYib IX. KiCHMOND, MAlilhUJS UOUiNTY. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, L896 NUMBER 33. Motherhood is the acini; of womanhood. It rounds out a woman's life and completes her most important mission in the world. The bearing and rearing of healthy, ar happy children is the chief achievement o f but life. Hn'th u an inheritance dne to every c1 I within the reach of every pr.rr t to liestow. It is something tint no moiiev and is more precknn ti i mountain of diamonds. T t c'nld s health depends almost w U on the mother's, not only before i ih but afterwards. A sick mother cc: jvoperly care for her child's health. A v k mother sometimes liears a her.ltliy c lu". it isn't to be expected Maybe t' t iu will possess the appearance of b ali'j, Mt will lack stamina. Maybe in jtc weakness will develop in after j.rs I erv woman should be particularly crt rul of her health during the period o! when the child ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 22 January 1896

2 I ' jf Rft r R- r THE CLIMAX. ItEXCH TIPTOX, Editor. D. P. ARMER, - Manager. FUBUSHbll VY VKDNESDAY BT The Climax Printing Go. PRICK PER YUAIt, $1.50. "WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22, - - 189G The extensive funeral Louisville lias had for many a day was that of Hayor Tyler, last week. Judge Mulligan, of Lexington, rep resentative of the United States, at Cainoa. has corns home and it is baid Mill remain. How Keutiu'kians do scatter about Charles. DeGartuo, of Covington, was killed in tins Dr. Jameson invasion of the Transvaal. Aceoum.a to Spanish information, the Spamth arms continue to win victories-in Cuba, but somehow the Cubans get closer and closer to Havana, which is the only place of importance on the island occupied ti PMnisli soldiers. Auditor bTONE rolused the bond of Sheriff lfLanz, of Jefferson county, because it was not filed within the time specified by law, bo the countv judge appointed a .Republican in his place, all o( winch is the niult of pure carelessness of a Democr . in....

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 22 January 1896

l.v el THE CLIMAX. WKDVESDAY, - - JAN. -S, 1890. Town was fall of tramps Monday. Waller 6. Xtsloou their ad. r ded out tins w eek. want agents. See Woodson Uallew died near Kirksville See items. Mrs Win. Tatuui Mi.e See iteuib. died near Kirks January '22ml, and no miow of thus far tnia winter. Tuo weeks of dusty wails and weather were slightly varied by a night. appreciate Tlie Climax t ) ctubbiH); rates. See ad. Fifteen pupils added to the list at i iwell Hiph Nltool, this wevk. Two weuWb from toda we'll tell you t '. ut the groundhog and hit. shadow. - ome inwith your $1 before it is too it. t. getTlie Li.imax a wlmiejear. Malice Kecior goeb to the twenty ears irom Jackson county. .Ringing teacher Adams, at I'anola. lsl willi his wife's oouiui, &ee items lr. U. O. Knrtey, ne 1 72, and Vin cviA ageil 4'J, died in iast week. t apt. S. F. week Millers Cieek, making a survey of Neal hmtk. If any hiuh'k eurn ib jet ih the field, tin-tanked, he must blame himself and ti t Hie weath...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 22 January 1896

I W ' w Ll HvHk -. THE OLDEST m TK most promnt and iviiiti for of the tiiroitt and Jiiiijr, is Ajcr's Cherry l'ectoral. As an emergency medi cine, for the cure of Croup, bore Throat, I Jin? Fever and Whooping Cough, 1 a. AVER'S k Cherry rectoral Jf cannot be equaled. S4wkE' ' .u. i., "'is. tithe, American Bap tist Publishing Society, Petersburg, Ya., emlorses it, as a cure for violent colds, bronchitis, etc Dr. Brawley also adds,: To all ministers suffering from throat troubles, I recommend Gharry Pecfora Awarded Hedal at World's Fair. AYLRS PtlLS Cure Liter and Stomach Troubles, A piirMieo b. xmtihat Alachua, Fieri 'a, ! k n fiie in : n inioccnpii'd cxbiit, mihI with a ivpeHtini. rilie in de Hit ii a ilh rale fi.ht '.1 til tl abin was M-l ihi htf, IhiI l.e lomiiuid to klioot until the roof fell in on 1 1 1 lit ami lie was t 'eHtii KENTUCKY NEWS. Tn Latest News From All ParU of tbs BRADLEY HIMSELF May B Mrnlr a iaior I'rom natilrr"s Lleciimi UnrertKln. Fj.AM.Port, Kv Jan 2a Ihe stat...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 5 February 1896

it '?', - - -. ir, - And it is upon this bill that the have taken their stand and asked the fanning communities of our country to vote the republienn ticket at the next t lection. It was presumed that after the Mc- ( lviuley bt I bad been demonstrated to be a failure; after the revenues of the government had been so reduced that I'reskk'.it Harrison ordered the issue of bonu; after "protection run mad" liad been shown to be detrimental to all of the interests of .he country, the republicans would iiermit the people to liavc a rest from their extreme ad vocacy of a political hobbv. But the i pf nding Dingley bill shows most con Ctusivejy that the" republican party i can learn nothing from experience, and that it nas no sympathy with the people. Whenever you hear people complaining of the semite rulf s and the freedom of debate in t hat body, don't take any part in Mich parliamentary heresy. The rules of the senate are so old that they are musty. They deserve criticism in many respect...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 5 February 1896

iSt " THE CLIMAX. TIPro.N. -D. Editor. P. ARMER, - - . Manager. rUliLIStibl) KVLUI WlCUN'jSSIJAV BY The Climax Printing Go. i'ltlLfa L'Klt riAlt, 1.5U. WlvDMCadJAl, FiiB, 5. - - 16iU Jow UiittKoT it die Republicans want tMiiivfMHM: the uix rated cents on the olio liuu.ire.1 dollars ! Srvatok Beaxktt puidHcvd the m m, itsl week, u4 Ur HVl, whieti soowh inat the limn born in littiumt, tuolMlHl, l'uglau.l aml:Wales wu Ha to railed iu P..usjvania. The IW in iu, historical pMbtinKHHth makes Gca iienre Ilogms Ofcwk a rubltiunt rf U..rk coumy, which is about as i.ear ourrtct as lo bay thai Btobwp Astrtiiy with a retdeiil of Rock bett.Hse l.e merely r.K&bd thiough t.ie UMlHtV. IVimMxr b even, body, wlw knew anything the imtiH, es eted it would A, U.e .be of the A: . o., ist ti.c lxtiwvide "Trbt," at Fn.uk .rt, went as tost tl imper. "Truth ciwiged tlMtt An.liUr Norman bewetlv lrekt an interest in the Mason -Font (.... im- ot the penitentiary wiiile tate Auditor, simI that a chick for $,...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 5 February 1896

THE CLIMAX. WEDNESDAY, - FEB. 5, 1890 ow Kiri at ji'hn Gonlou'e, Caleast. Wedding at College Hill, See Waco news. Heart Dr. Bender's advertisement on this page. GrajthophoHe court liouse Fri fay night. j ' . Dr. H. GL Jasper's oifieo is in the to. 1ms building. I , I -Monday, County Court day, was aj utir iwmuuni u . - - -J. 15. fc'teuffer is tnifclue for six dif- fereut Bicycle, 'US wake, at Shucklcferd & Gentry's MHtuiid hand J. AUm Kmbry hh kiwi the Cu.ma wiit to him at tjlfermttn. Texan. j Dr. Jotm C. Wilier Iws the Climax cuutUiHed tu liini at NK'iHihttvtlki. : Dr, J. M. 1'oyrtz tuts MriMeiuHt re- icret flow tits illmU iIiivbihU. it. C Adawe, of 1'dituiM i.is returned and every thHgseeM Ui iwail rlrt. W. Tawly CiMHWMk has the Cumav , another year to him in Nashville, '1 ciin. The f4tigte hmh vva& om the bt'vuts Monday with wgou loads of hoste coverings. Nick White, this place, and Mm Lizzie Elkiii, of Ford, vv ill be married tomorrow. Circuit Own will adunriitHlay,liavi...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 5 February 1896

:: iM - s l .1 Well Satisfied will Ayer's Hair Vigor. "Nearly forty years ago, after some a eeks of sickness my hair turned gray. 1. began using Ayer's Hair Vigor, and was so well satis, lied with the results that I have never tried any other k nd of dress ing. Itrequiresonly nn occasional application of fe tLF AVER'S Hair Vigor to keep fiL my hair of good colo to remove 'dandruff, to heal itching liuiuors, and prevent the hair from falling out I never hesitate to recommend medicines tomyfnends." Mr&.II.U.IlAlGiiT, Avoca, Nebr. IMP 8PS Hs.fr 1 ifinrv igui Prepared W Dr.J.C. Ajcr&CoLowell.Maee. Tale Ayer's Sarsaparilla Icr the Complexion. Ik.i killed (apt. Knit-in Allan a i to March lSlli Tew Ontttt of Apy-ate tli fc 1mim are entitled to a fee $43,0 hi tlie Lou,, die t'rb Co. twse. HORRIBLE MURDER. A Crime Minlknr to tln Ont rase in Var.mi i cinutj. Richmoxh. Kv- Jn 3a Attorne Tthmmhs Coyie of brought new to tills place Wednesday- of a horrifv lag1 enue similar in some respec...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 12 February 1896

him credit for his discretion in toning down the original resolutions and pruning them of their most disagreeable features. With Tom Reed backing- the nefarious scheme, it would have been impossible for Mr. Ilitt to have prevented the passage of some sort of resolutions of censure. Realizing this fact he was able to modify the partisan assault in great measure. even as modified in the committee by the influence of its chairman, the resolutions are disgraceful to our common countrj. Individually Ambassador Bayard will not suffer. His record for statesmanship and patriotism is unimpaired. But in its days of most flagrant abuse of power the republican party nexer did a more disreputable act than this recent attempt to discredit our ambassador to Great Britain. TnUBMAN. THE TILLMAN TIRADE. Whst President Cleveland Thinks of Its Author. The Anarohtstto Vawper from South Carolina Uai Hart Nobody lint Uimsslt An Explanation from the Vice President. Washington. Feb. 6. (Special.) "Senator T...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 12 February 1896

If I f ir THE CLIMAX.! yKEXOli TIP roT, - - Editor. P. P ATIMEH, --.- Mvsaokr. rUBLI&HISD tvr.H) WEDI KK1.A Y HI The Giimax Printing Co. pirn. h. I'Elt KAK, i.;t. "WLDNliSUAY, Flill, 12, - 1&W . . ... . , .,, will . - Tiik ImiihI sinlKVite Kt 'iily 00,(01 id the new Ihwil i-cue, utliotn jrutling the iOHiNiui'ei. ... nnllioii tone ol autliia .t" '.wc Ym hee al a ,aitv UJ1 . ltM !! hh expulkioii to Uie ."smith Pole nuxt Sepenber, xihI lie Impo Lib H?rriMe hmw; will the nt cetwrg be Hieois. Thk Jxi.:iSoi Lower, HepnbiicaH, turns rw tockwieyw iMwiley Jor Pi en eit mJw know Hut Mr- llradley tlw clWce 01 tlie Hepibumn vaiKMiHl CrnHveaUoH. Thuje's oae pr inmcnt 1 cwpaper hhiii in KwHwky w.o 11 warn toMHid t u awl e is now? oiler than Lugatt of the liOHWviile Evumug TVesty thoosasb mf are out of in Ponnsrlvamw, owing to the in rawl production, vrtrtrh HiWHb that tlHMtsamlrt of fain Sties are to MHrve. while J. MurtwH ami iwrty add Hiilikmo to tneir stfrwuly piiHcalv ttte. is - &...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 12 February 1896

THE CLIMAX. WEDNESDAY, - FEB. 12, 1S96 Rev. Dr. Youug preached in Winchester Sunday. If yon want handsome cut flowers, call on Brown See his ad - -Elder ib the first drv goods man to have a telephone in hi store It is ."4. Miss Mary Crawford, Uoytesville, has 1ih(1 The Gliuax to her at Hamilton College, lxiugton'. According to a decision of the Court r f A teals, druggists are now liable to a $50 fine whisky. Born, tn .Sallie Toston, wife of Geo. Tohton, of Mont., on the IShli of January, a 9 pound boy Bur nam F. Tostoii. Matter Commissioner Swtt has now a fire proof, burglar proof safe in his office for the better preservation of important legal papers. -White & Bush say that "In Old Madrid," at opera house, Monday eve- j World, one vear, Sl.70. ning an equal to "A Trip to China Town ' will be found or money refunded. Married, January 22nd, at the residence of the bride's father, near Union Citv, by EM. W. S Ganiboe, Mr James W. Cochran to Miss Charlotte East. - Every thing at ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 12 February 1896

Hi "' ' - : . - Well Satisfied -with Ayer's Hair Vigor. "Nearly forty years ago, after some weeks of sickness, my hair turned pray- 1 began using Ayer's Hair Vigor, and was so well satisfied with the results that I have never tried am other kind of dress ing. It requires only an occasional k cation of l-k- AYER'S Hair Vigor to keep my hair of good color, to remove cdandruff, to heal itching numors, and prevent the hair from falling out I never hesitate to recommend Ayer's medicines to my friends." Mrs. II. 31. ILught, Avoca, 2ebr. &YERS PS Hair Vigor' Prepared bj Dr. J. C. A) er A. Co., Lowell, Ma Tke Aier't Szrupirilla ler tbu Celtxi. John thii'yfi'e ye:i Ht t'rdi Orchiir.', I'Hs Ix-en at re-led lnr etiibtzzb iiirnt oi SoiO, the ltottkh not i-1 itijr up propel Iv hi rereiil retitcment. T. I. Crow, of JefiKaiiiinp otiiity, lias assigned, witb f KENTUCKY NEWS. X& Xtrst Xrws From 111 Parts of th ltumortwlth. KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE. The Hill trrt fr nmpnlH to Kqnl? Their ( an Wit...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 26 February 1896

it! tern Biai VOLUME IX. 18 Truth About X Raus. A Correct and Lucid Statement of the Facts About the New Photography. POPULiR ElsfrOfrS COfrfrECTED. mu Exaggerations Are Current, Yet Wonderful Results Have Been Attained What Scientists Really Think 'Iheories and Possibilities. (Copyright The oir'toiis form of radiation diseov I l Prof. Koemgeii. of . n.-tit, continues to attract much ..Mention, the scientific world being i?l occupied with the question: Nh..i is it?" while the general public n .ire interested in the question: vlijt will it do?- Reports of i t . I Prof. Roentgen and his follow - hi made one answer to the lattor .-! : fuuiiliar the rays discovere 1 f hi in will jwss through many sub- iii. that are opaque to ordinary u nnd since they w ill afTecta j. rjpmi plate just a light does, shadow puturcs of objects enclosed in opaque TKOF. KOEXTGEN. matter may be made The word "photo- j p ra ph" appl ted to these shadow picture? i. unfortunate, as by a photograph we uvuaiiy unde...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 26 February 1896

I W- I a- ?' ? r ME CILIlVlwC REN'OII TIPTON', -D. Editor. P. ARMER, - - - - Manages. rUBLJbHKll XVEBY WkDNKgliAY B The Climax Printing Co. 1 J ! '- - ' ' MUCK t'Klt fcAlt, $1.50 WhDNKSDAY. FEB, 2o, - - 1MH5 Ex-l o.noubssm v. II ustkk. of Ohio, Hiimiiiul suicide, SatuMay, for 110 apparent cttiixs. .rt are dwelling tSMUer in unity Hntiiley mid IIitHtot are making fai es at each other. 'They say" that Rilley Breckinridge i a cNHiliilalc for I in the old Till, and tkat means a whole lot. s it Htny seetn. Keiniblhtans nl FrHMbf rt am get huiiI with ech tithei' ami do foolish things jnstlike IIm.l" Nik, tlie world famous humorist Hied at his lnne tter Ashevilie, X. (.'.. Ust .NdMrdiv. nyed oly -16 vear. He as a native .Mine. Jrsr si bmg i p j!v perst in driving cimss r.iiliowl riks.jM, so Unm will thoy now and the get killed. Ooxr stamfcl Hot a minute iH coithidemtg the ChIhih question. hut HHlte'ttgly rccogmze the Insurgents as beiliogerHnt, Ir Blackburn ami Hunter would with ilrtw but ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 26 February 1896

THE CI J MAX. WI- DVESDAY, - - FEB. 2C, 1S96 Many houses wore filled witli fine ilear ice, last week. Frank Elkin is dangeroiihly sick at Lis li&nic in this p'ihcu. -P L Gihsm receives The Climax al (irnliaiu, YomiK Co., Toxa. Miss Addie Maupin will Iks saleslady for Louih V. Todd dry j;oodh. In a local publication a poet makes t t:iato can rhyme, with hull pup. -O I Union hrolHtheuorhHor paying t icjand voting the Democratic ticket. it 11. A. oosie Kansas' ity writes i .u to- cannot live wHliout The Cum vx." M H. Brown ii.vite you to peruse bike announcement in another J B. Stouflur IwHcht a hit in the addition, at eyiiiinissioiior'b bale, ia for $130. The Indies of tlie Christi in church have an apron sale aHd cttwly (Hilliut: a) an enrlv date. I V WipeiHs look the roml.Monilay Ijm week, as traieller for the n stove Works. flerea tdepltoue wouldn't work, '.n and !tothitK could be heanl from i kn k peojrte up there. H " of Conway, was rt , laM week, and like h wise uian, s nlie...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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