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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 26 February 1896

tarltau.. ?, ttfv? THE CUM AX. WEDNESDAY, - - FEB. 20, IS96 Many homes were t'ear ice, lust week. filled with fine Frank Klkui is dangerously sick at his home in this plseo. -P L Gilisnn receives The Climax at (irahaiu, Young Co., Texa. - Miss Addle Maupin will hs saleslady for Louis P. Todd dry j;oob. In a publication a poet makes t jii'atn can rhyme ritli hull pup. () i Union beats the world ior paying Lixcsaml voting the Democratic ticket. rr M. A. Iiosie Kansas '"ity writes t .it he cannot live without The Cum vx." M H. Brmvn invite, yon to peruse i - bike announcement in another jinn. .1 B. Stouffer boncht a lut in the aihlition. at coumii.vdntiur's sale. K !a , for$130. - The ladies of the ChriMi n church i have an apron sale ami cattily pulling si an early lute. V V ' week, a-, tmeller for the i a) ue Works. IScrea tettidtHie wouldn't work, "lav ami nothing rould he liearti from is mi k people up there. B C Richardson, of Conway, was lert.last week, and like a we uian, s .'is...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 26 February 1896

Hi J? . i.U 1 VV" 11 -." Vr- av . - iV: 4 J 1 . - -Ad 1 f Yob vc fieeH m1 heard the loud voiced nun at tli ibig railway t r "am ' Stions. calltnjr Uie ztUHBH Jtrains. He tell emnuB1 'vhere each one u gotnjj and lceep3 people from takinc PH wrong trains if ther pay attention. One's physical feelings are bodily "train callers." They announce the starting of all trains of disease Host all trains of disease lead to consumption, because con sumption is a blood di&order and be cause the blood must be poor or impure beiore any disease can make much headway. The secret of health is to keep the blood pure and full of strength. When a man or woman loses flesh and vitality, there is something wrong ia the blood. The start of it is hkelv to !e in the or bowels, and If they ire put in order the trouble gradually stops. Consumption is a germ duiease, but if fie blood is good, and keeps the lungs strong and healthy, the germs cannot find a place to Jodge and are cast off. If there's a weak spo...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 4 March 1896

& VOLUME IX. BILL NYE, 3UM0RIST. Career of the Greatest American Funmaker. STRUGGLES IN EAELY LITE. His Work For the Press and on the Platform. Distinctive Feature or UU II nm or The LndlcroUH Caricatures of McDoucaU. Services Tor the American l'rcss ( elation III Natural IloU;t,ty A. False Accukatlon UU Family. j The loss of IMU Uye, tlie man who for ) yea-s ninile a f rent nation laugh, will b6 fi It in millions of nonies To ninu out of l ti n ti.cn the news of bis death brought a n of persunul loss. He lmd mauo them s ill" when they 1io1 lwen W ho could be UBgratoful for such a service? It is of little ue to spuoulnto on the ' ' KP6AX W. NTE. extent of Nva's fe. He was known . icrevor the Knirltefa laHHt is tpoken ar J in whih; plan; where it b not. dAl Me, tiw humorist, is rather an old k 117 T j sum h. Hit up nnd dtemis it ? . n v lif w.is the greatest f niimakr that trici bft er seen. But Edgar Wilson N . the man. was known to f ' Thoe who formed their ooinioos '" him from...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 4 March 1896

-C THE CLIMAX. fKENCH 'UPTON, - - Editob. D. P. ARMER, .... Manager fDBUSlira EYJESY VKDNUDIY BV The Climax Printing Gc PRICE PKIt Y 15 All, 1.50 WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 4 1896 CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT Jchk S Owsley, of Lincoln comity, i a caiiilMatu for to repre&en the 8th District, subject to the action oi the Democratic party Grovek pLKVELM) was inaugurated ihiee years ago and since Jefferson this (jovernmcut has not had a l'rchident. Yellow fever is 'raging at Rio Janeiro and in a hhort time will attack tin junish soldieis in Cuba with mor violence than (jotnez's matters. A telephone mesjige from Frankfoit, lat evening, to the Cumax, from a .prominent Republican, said a cmcut would be held "last night, and that Si John Boyle would be the nominee. President Patteiimin of Breckinridge to hisschoo Feb. 22. aid ' I am glad" Ac. and straight waj' one lady took her i-on from tin school; but it is believed the wit. survive, the shock, much to the Mirprif of the good lady. DU. HUXTKK'S 1 1...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 4 March 1896

k -THE CLIMAX. WEDNESDAY, - - MARCH. 4, 1806. House items. rohhed at Waliacetoil. See Miss Kannio dangerously sirk. Harciiurt continues Madison County Fiscal Court meets the first Tuesday in May. Toni Wells colored, is in jail at Winchester for hnrglarv. Buchanan & Biirgeivtah" sold eighteen coffins during Fehruary. Collector Kotleh's receipts ol internal revenue for February were $00 000. Mrs. J) M. Chenault Tins alarmingly ill, the past week, but ts now "better. Prof. JrB Harris has resumed teaching at the Rlythe brick school house. Mattie Chewnlt is 'doinn" the general delivery window at the post office. - fr Reuben Friday, near Xewby, aged about 70 vears. Captain D. L. Cook has h4d out his lMrtiwure (Store in Winchester. li. G. Cook, late projirwtor of Hotel. K. C. Popot, has removed te Livingston. Cyrus ShilHet, Mexico, Mo., is an other former Madison ihhii who can't do without The Climax. A number of farmers told us that they plowed stubble land in January and February, wh...

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

K ' . ... i ' 'i v ic. ; s 1 -ea-ES---- - r ; - w 1 , y i - t " I . -- . - k " - j. , - fi. h m ij '.- M ' ill. r j . ..I. L v- ' J- RUIN ' s MISERY WHAT WILL BECOME OF THE Y0U.N3 MEN OF THE DAY? Cisrarette smoVinij is one of the evils hich is fat anion; the young men of the period. It js an age nervou! excitement, nervous and debility is the growing malady of 'the day. Minds are over-hardened in school, the pleasures of social life follow business worry ; intemperance, sexual excesses or abuses over excite the already en'eeb'.ed nerves and result in exhausting diseases or drains upon the nervous system. It"- n dm: and n handicap to every young man to be a 'uffeier from nervous oebjiity or weakness lew spirits, irritable temper impaired memory, loss of willpower and the lhouaod ard one derange meats ?f mind and body that result from habits oftrc contracted through igu jraact of nature s laws The wreck of constitution weaieni vitality and manly sacfc habits won be a bottv ending to l...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 11 March 1896

A. SHERMAN ON FINANCE. H s Recent Speech In the United States Senate. IE GREAT OUERENOY PROBLEM. I pod She Administration's Policy. 1 e timo Senator Sh the President Is M ohI. to i!i Cause of Oar 'imIhioii nj 1 hKt lll l'olicy 'Woulil I . .itra. tli I urrMcy Tlie Wilnon and tt . McKmlrv ImrilT Law Rrvirved. t. '-.I ml of the Unit-il States and 1 m.urj Note? Opitoned. -s P. kMntT The president, in his ii n.ih to congress confined him- iw.' DiiiHtrtHiit subjects, one our r n laiinns ami the other the "ur national fiwoixses. He followed i 'ihur on the application Mi nnie doctrine to the controversy r. nit Hritnln and Venezuela. impress has heartily, perhaps 1 ut with entire unanimity, sup- ' mi in mnlntnining the interests .ir of our country In tho field of u i ii has not and will not approve l.inu'ndatlons on the more - .! ,iv i of our financial pulley nd if our currency. He has mistaken . of our present financial n aurihuting it to the demand for - 1 nited States notes instead of the...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 11 March 1896

t THE CLIMAX. I it I I b, iKENCH TIPTON. - -D. EDITbK, P. ARMKR, - - - - Maxageb rUBLISKCU tVEKT WKDMESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co. J'RIClii PER YKAR, $1.50 WEDNESDAY. MAKCH, 11 189G CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- John S. Oum.kv, of Lincoln county, is a catuiiiiate for Coiiyress, to raprebein the Nth District, bubiecl to the action of the Democratic party. '0 Grebxhalge, of Massachusetts, is dead. Transvaal, A nuenia anil U'A.ure spilling their best Mood Se vtor Khxel Weiinoek, of liel, .Vundav, aftet a brief illnes, of pneumonia. mi. Kll LE IS OF MAIUSOX STUCK. M. John Boyle, of Louibville, nomi na.ed by the Ueiulilicau caucus foi I niied Status Senator, ie a son of tin late Hen. Jerry T IJovIh, of Danville, who whs a Kin of the diMinuislied.ludp JuliuHovie of tlie Keninckycourt of a native of Madirou comity. St. John Boyle is 4S ycun old and was educate! at Center and 'Yale. Hewab onc elected Judge of the of Appeals, to Republican claims but seated. He it a man but will never "0 to th...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 11 March 1896

THE CLIMAX. iiNlDAY, - - MARCH. 11, I89C "iesterdav wasa"bute" for March! Richmond has thirty-two groceries. -Dr. Landman, Optician, at Glyn- d-a ee Tudd'e lij dry goods I Hon E tJ vmJay. V. Prjse.of Beattyville, Mrs. Edna Uowmau lias been ill for weeks. i ite A. Gibson's store has a new fi tie fitstjii S5 years. wen centuries of English soug, at t rt tuut. Friday night. J H Boggs has 20 bushels of potato c : ) f lieirsets for sale. 1 1 Todd stabbed bib son to death m aetie county. Tuesday nigbt. i'r Klein it son ure recoiving a r i ualliiH'v. Latest Myles. r KentutLy news oolwinuson the p it are unustialtv good this M i.ilieon, late ef Frt Instill, is .uraior at K C. Depot in Kieh- gtiiltw. the celebrated Jennet iHire.1 for Mile by Maj, Harris. a i in Mjwlay afternoon at 8 t. ,i Ml Plttbant Cliurcb, by El-- iatuloe. i red Smith has returned from r .aid is now w itli Dr. V. AV. f ond street. Hfiinstt colored, was brought neek,baviiigt!Mtiied from the g a ear or so ago. 're turnpike ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 11 March 1896

ft' ; : : , : - .. -,',-. . ' - mhm yX -- THE GRA2IANI BILL mtat rVsr Jvm J0 i i . I I Bf it;. & Healthv happy children are those whose soothers have been, and are, healthy. The bt mtentioned woman in the world will fnll short of her duty to her children if she is worried and weaned with weakness and sickness. Most all irritable women are sick women. all melancholy, listless, languid women are sick women. Every woman who will take the trouble to notice, will find that at fixed periods she is nervous, cross, irritable and despondent. An irrejrularity makes the conditions -worse. Even a wsrll woman is less amiable than tibial at these times. What can be cxp.tted from a sick woman' When every movement is a dreary drag, when the nerves are all en edgt in sympathy with the particular ones affected mv.ara it seems that death were very much to living what can a woman do hi hr children then ' It is cverr woman's duty to be well and heaVhy. There is no reason why she should be otherwise ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 18 March 1896

(i . er. Latest U. S. Go-i ft Report BIKES AND BIKING. As silent as the shades of night That steal across the plain, He comes; all careless in his flight Of human joy or pain. And, though you deftly choose your way. Your course he's sure to strike This fearful creature of dismay, The wobbler on his bike. Then in the crash, with eloquence Exhausts its phwses terse; have checked your words intense, To think of something worse, A shock more fierce than all the rest Your senses set awhirl The wobbler whom vouthus addressed lurns out to be a girl. Washington Star. THE GLADIATORS. Jim Corbett is going to break Fitz'sface. So Jim says. And Fitz is willing to furnish th'e place, So Fitz says. He's out fora fight and gore will suit him, So Fitz says. And he's ready to draw it from Gentle mail Jim, So Fitz says. But Fitz is aliar with wind on his mouth, So Jim says. Unwilline to fight in the North or the South, So Jim Says. They're anxious to meet and to put on the mits. So they say. And Fitz...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 18 March 1896

B" v - t J f "--. r .. It' " " . IT, . , . - - , - - - . v t I . . ' III THE CLIMAX. But you are : :V ' ger of blaekshding from your newly at-'. I ' yRENCH TIPTON, - - Editoe. If F ' D. P. ARMER, .... Manager.. II PUBLISHED KVEUY WEDNESDAY BY Thg Climax Printing Go. fltlCJu PER KAlt, $1.50. EDSKSDAY, MAUUb, IS- - 1890 CANDIDATES AN NOUNCEM LIT- John S Owsi.ey, of Lincoln county, is a cumliilale for Congress, to represent the Stli District, subject to the action of tle Democratic jiarty Fkee pikes, free silver, free trade, free schools, free lunch counters, free-for-all fights at Frankfort and freo bus for tlie Atui House give us liberty or give us lilfj. i FROM FRANKFORT. Louisville March 17th, '1 p. ni. (peial ItTlie Frankfort special to the and Times say that Cajit. Ed ui charge .of In tate .Militia, ami Jack Chini), tlejtuty the senate would have hail serious trouble but for the intervention ot Gen. Wan Hardin. Both men are from Harrods-burg. and there is no back dow 11 in either...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 18 March 1896

THECUMaX: v' EDVBS MAR H DAY, - - 18, 189(1 F Wwkotriii& closed Out hi- tjro cery. "jr i Kichnloirt! if aght fiMptv More rooms. Tom Hun it- t eaj;d laMtMtuek, ih imprm i s E E. Al' Cmiiii bays lie Iihw purchased a tandem bike for him.self and wife. County Clerk White lias sold to H. J. T iRtr, a pair of l)URjiy mules for 00. E1 Uowland'h newjirocery near is open ami running like a A alerburv watch. Editor Walton, of the Stanford Journal, to Charles Ja.-ob Hntnbton as a "public nuisance Shre sherry orders his cliKHtxl trom Richmond to Muirs mkiioii, Fayette comity. "ain lSennett and Tutt Humam are c t ood positions in the Departments at 1 rankfort, miniv the rumors. Hev. Jas. Tji4ey McKee will preach id Church Sabbath in-ruing (March 22ml at 11 o'clock. -V. F. Powers, of the Richmond I- m Ounpany, lias remo .-ed from Broad- iv to the Donelson place on East Main. -. lames Arnold, of Clark county, a ..Mnln'rof DanieliBoone ldpe, Xo. 454, Y. F. A. M, Foxtown, died Monday. Miss Tempi...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 18 March 1896

" V?T- t ,'.- ,t? it- qP 'W'1 i ii j " nmn.i ji i n " y. W-HB . "-SOU "IT WA. M tJygfjii'M w npeplff J-- ?' htiiZ&& W' ,-.' i4 'ap - 1 i 5 wT&nt U - w3 1 V . K - . vi X. frs KENTUCKY NEWS. Ch UUtt Krwi TYom Alt Parte or thl Comuioiiwemtltu Hitby'a Death Fiance. IIarroprburo, Ky., March 1 Eva a the three-year-old son of Robert Mcln tyre, a well-known citizen of Washington county, was out in the yard play inp. and going to the well, which was covered by old oak planks man aged to push one oft In somi manner he fell head foremost into L-well, a distance of 40 feet. When h was missed search was made all over fhe farm, and finally the efl was. beer open and a neighbor descended anc tame up with, the lifeless form of the child. . Islington Mm Anxioiift. LuxfooTo.i, Ky . March 10. Shorili the general assembly adjourn without passing the reyenje or deficiency bil a great many I exmgton mcr ehnnts will be in the hole witl HOlhing but claims to show foi thvir furnishing to the sta...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 25 March 1896

W r . &?' M Sfj A "n -,-S . pSlpifpBlyBfpSjE W I Vi,B I 1 ml 'I- iiBrBrIariJiMIirJ ML .. ara fSJfs Kim -. i n - , t raca H " s!5 i ,kjs wum iisj 51 ADVERTISING MEDIUM. MB Bra Srf T: 12IC gg CAREFULLY XSCUTSD. WM Era! isntiJsrmJEfftUsrallBrS.' gJawlws)fgl m rlHfiariarRinTSJBntiJBrTHJBnHl IH iaBf?HJarTHjarrHJBrftiiBf?tJE MeIJ sraTHJEi NwNJ...l aJ raMnaTKiamiwaiBWiraBiffJ YOLUME IX. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, L896. P r,rtShoW5t, )c?f NTJMBEE 42. fa THE PEARL OF THE ANTILLES. Sketch of Cuba, Its People and Its Resources. EOW IT HAS BEEN OPPRESSED No Other Land So Rich in Natural Products. It Hm IVrTfleped la Spite of All Drawbacks and In the Face cf Fire nnd War. A RTl cultural and Mineral Wealth That la PracUcatlr Inexhaustible Cuba's Mag Export Trade Wouderfnl or This Land of Terpetnal Summer. ji'opyriBht, 1895, by the Author. j Cnba! Iris a name that now is n I ar to every household in all the earth. The suffering of its people. Ec dy ng groans of it...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 25 March 1896

1 ! ! u i I I - jicc . Cr && dluVt speeeli tintif. ntl.....7 Jt was Ae.Ii.xJ . w 11 stotIi. . -" ? Ck '" ""rtlier Thi Kt.r. r aim... ... -' v ( iir ruu.::ucv "e 'o , the N- THE CLIMAX. FRENCH TIPTON. -D. Editor. P. ARM Ell, - - - - Manager. PDBUSHHU KVEKY WKDNtSDAY BV The Climax Printing Co. PRlCi; rEIl YEAIl, ?1.50. WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 25 - - 1S9C CANDIDATES AN NOUNCCM INT John S Owsi, of Lincoln county, is a cumtidate for Congress, to represent the Stli District, subiect to the action of the Democratic party CANDIDATE ANNOUNCEMENT. Prvor Foree, of Slielbv count, is a cmitlitktle foi Couriers, to represent the AIM il.trict, subject to the at tiou of the Democratic pat tv Ivie.s the Choclaws are for Iey. Yhs, Jim Jewell was correct so wae (Slant. Souihekn Republicans are for Mc- and Dradley would make a highly respectable Henubliran firm. "VVitois prejwred to hay tha Ilmdlev wiH not Ihj second man on the Republican ticket ? At last, the Spaniards acknowlelgeto have kt sixty ki...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 25 March 1896

THE CLIMAX. WEDNESDAY, - - MARCH. 5, 180G Saloon for nale. Se ad. Sirs. D. M. Chenault is dangerously sick. Six inches of snow in Louisville, Monday. - Mi.-s liolie Miiiiun is leaching at Pmeville. Rowland invites attention to Ms ad. of groceries Residence of Mrs. Wilhoit burned at Nicholasville Elder is home from New York with his hjiring dry goods. A. F. shearer died at Beattyville on the lSth hist, aged 41 years. Five Mondays in next Monday will not da v. this month, so be councv court Mrs W. fl. White hf pnrchaed an elegant Columbia bicycle from agent E. E. Mitchell. The Register has the finest editorial rooms .of any office in Kentucky, without exception. The Bncy Bee Cash Siore is doing a cash lHisines, as will be seen b elsewhere. Mrs. J M. Smith will return from Louisville in a day or two. See her Charles L. Pearce, hanker, last week, leaving an estate alued at $750,000. A. C. Green, on old-time Knight of Pythias, is r estimating the lo.Ige of that onlei here in Richmond. E....

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 25 March 1896

l IIIIMW tWW li"i m i( H,ljta.Wii. iriiyin.i n.rrim. .,u, nmn. - ji ,l jf -,'." u, iji i . jK ' .r .i.i.w. "y iii ni iwWgaMwylW N WllWjWgf1 llgTS , - '-''" "'"'H '''v' ''' "" !yj)"''t'5'ji3IB5g28i -. .g. ' -- '-"3 ' . M : : I. H J P- i I m KENTUCKY NEWS. rbe I.&ti How From All Tarta of tht Ce b won w U ti SPECIAL SESSION. Great I'moura Hmuclil to Itvar (lor. llraillO II I. Tlutt lie H III Arrnlf Fhaakfurt, Ivy., MurHi "is. It is Gov. V. t). Itrailley will call a irbMua of thv although he riot thai In will bat do so. There are several reasons why it u that ami f.iutsk nf llioiiiM Uit will fni executive to iU The imjt important e the now lnilniNtrutiou is tin iiisiil'icii'iit ami, like thu ut Washiiirtiu, thry must meet. tli 01 Miller the credit of the statu ti lc if the commonwealth may not alrvad) le said to Ihj eniifronte.l hi a cuuditvon that is of Milhcient MTiuHturvt ti the governor to call IimcW the legi.l.itire. the holilun. of warranti .-gain-.! the truHMiry are in their ...

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

va V', , '- !:i,ilf'i''V' U t . ' .W ' . ' 10- I J. -:;'. x ,v '-y ' . . 4 TtMtATESil rmw It- Thought I'm Prom the Pena I iaue Men aadVoBieH TbeEing '-n: the Pea! of Sentiiaeat Frem P ti Novehste, Pkywrights Tie Text a.- ArcLdeacen and the Motto of a Great Surgeon. E" t'.ip i cliwTfal the of i i is ib the blood. Webe- i in mg for the outer snr. Tle birds and tlio frmr footed ones, all tbe gyp ups are np and on the road again. Sprmp dons hex now bonnet, so .. Jus tender m color. I K) capricious in ' creation that no Paris damo may rXeclipte her. 'Tii Ejstor How "will yon have it? On w n a .n Barrett, the blitlreoouio or tl serions side? What thooght does it r , in yonrlieartsy The birds in yours, 1 . l- and primroses m yonrs, hot in mri tlicreis no forgetting the dead and K if winter. So this and that and the r.er and never a one alike thoughts ' ' the great story, sob venire of tb ' -. n ujeuibrances and expectations i in this season of crosses are no cr - lint joys. - but confess. ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 1 April 1896

the CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- .Democratic party. Near Friday, :JO,000 barrels of whisky werw burned, belonging to Pleasure Ridge Part distillery. James F. Scott- of Lexington, bought in Missouri eleven brood mares for $,000u rfflBBI rrirnM! EacEr ilJPf mmmj&jgjjl S&t. if pit-l W THE CLIMAX. TRENCH Editor. TIPTON. - - D. P. ARMER, --- - Makagek. PUBLISHED rvEKT WEDNESDAY BY -7119 Climax Printing Co. PRICK PER YEAR, $1.50. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 1, 1890 John S Owsley, of Lincoln county, i a candidate for Conjiress, to represent btli District, subject to the action of tlit. Democratic party. CAMDIDATE ANNOUNCEMENT. Prvor Foree, of Shelby county.' is a wih1k1h1 for to represent the 8th iistnct, subject to the action ot the Husky W.vttehson has gone to Eucype The Supreme Court of the United states lias tfecttieo mat the l x i. can not buy the C &0.& .S. V., the constitution of Kentucky savs a road can not liuy a parallel line. John G. will be a candidate for President, and in al...

Publication Title: Climax, The
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