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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 1 April 1896

THE CI J MAX; AI'RILI. 1396': WEDNESDAY, - - Fred Emerson Brooks to-morrow night. D. P. Armor has received gomeeirtra fine diamonds. Mrs. Reas Abner died at Mallorv Springs, labt week. Dr. O. A. Kennedy is out again after a month's illness. Cv Well wants to know how many months in the year that have 28 days. Dr. McGuire'b grocery at Shearer station, wab robbed one night last week -Geo. Portwood was trie Friday and Bent to the asylum--has been there before. "Monewall Jackson" will be one of Fn J Emerson Brooks's original poeui6ut tl i court house. II. A. B. Hanksbury, of Laucaster, tiought a car of So. 2 hemp from parties here last week at$8o0. "Pickett's Charge," at Gettysburg, will ' one of Fred Emerson Brooks's original jkk'ii s night: John Ed Kinuanl accidentally shot 1 mlf through the hand with at last wee'-. J B. Biitner killed a large eagle at I:.-1 House, Monday, that lud been nig away chickons and the like. Mit Celie Creach, of Fifth street, and Prot. Turner will be married ...

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

.Sufi in iMtfjir. riiBiTiliriiBinrin'ir"i'T'iiii' II nHnBBhmfTBHBtl & J rL' M! ! KENTUCKY NEWS. tbM IaImI Kew Prom All Peru ( tk CammoawnUUi. A YARN About Dlkckbarn and Uroniton Cpnn by the Louisville Sunday Star. LouisviiXE, Ky., March 80. The Sunday Star printed a story which Tvas to the effect that lironston's support of -Blackburn in the recent affair at nothing more or less than the result of a star chamber deal at the capital, by which Bronston -was to head the state ticket at the next election. According to the Star the deal was this: If Sound Money" Bronston would agree to throw his le;t efforts to the support of Blackburn the senator in turn would do his best to elect Bronston chief magistrate of the state. The slate, as fixed up. the Star says, Ji as follows: Governor, Charles J. Bronston, of Fayette; lieutenant governor, John 1. Chinn of Mercer: attorney general, William Goebel, of Ken- ten, auditor, Ollie James, of Davies-; treasurer, 1) E. O. Sullivan, Jefferson; et...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 15 April 1896

A MARKET ESTABLISHED For Ihe Tobacco IUisrrs of Central of a The Convention of tlie Tobsuco Grow-, .it Kentucky, ihicli has for some i, .nths been tlie Hntiriiij; work of Lex-i jt -ns business men ami Chtiiiiber of umierre, and citizens of the county, . itelil at the Court House yesterday .i .rii'M.u. From every stamljioint that i , i)eution can be viewed, it wab a . success than had been untici pal-It v.i that the eml of tlie . i,ciitinii vvoukl be to a to-i market in Lexington, but an i Mich enthusiasm in the fint ..i- i I the enterprise was bcarcely I, the ('ohiiboh Pleas Court room at i ii wMonlHV the convention WHb called i i Major P P.Johnston. The . .wmi; df legates, who had arrived inj; tlie toreijoon with a large croud bwsiuer men of the it uere present: I- iin Fayette county Jos. A. f ,-s . W. Stone, H. A. Tucker, K. V (Mirr. A. B. lkitcman, H. E. Hurst b. illiaius, K. M. Squires, B. C. G. C. Logan, Levi Price, A. M Hia k, P. H Mink, 1.. P. Young, E. ) H..pjier, J- M. Gent...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 15 April 1896

ir , THE CLIMAX. FRENCH Editor. TIPTUS. - - D. P. AEMER, --- - Manages. PUBLISHED EVEUY WEDNESDAY B1 The Climax Printing Go. PIUCE PER YEAlt, $1.50. WEDNESDAY. AFUIL 15. - - 1SWJ CANDIDATES ANNOUNCCMtNT Jott.v S Owsley, of Lincoln county, is a miHfHate for Cotitirtsis, to represent th Sth District, subject to the action of thfc Metuoorutic jvarty. I'ryor Frfree, of SkjWiv twranty, is a OMKlkfotu for Congrats, to represent the 04 district, Hlltjeci. to theaitKHl of the DetHGerMic (tatty. Ths State will tnWbty he liekt a month from this dmc. . hKVKXTM District IfepuMiciinfi Jo not swtt:ite Gov. Ilmltey, s they tor MeKinloy by h vote of Mil to 54 J. UxiTKi St.VTRS SENATOR MoHKII.U of VnntKWM. eehshrated his StVtli Irirthday and lws been 27 years in the S4i. Mcki.vi.ky is Hot carrying Kentucky wWi mHcit of a wltooji o he expected U da. for liradiev s senilis X few votes ltiie4f. Ik tins ItejHtWictiB. lve already tirwl of KeiwHhatH ttd.nimstration, what about the "fool Deertits" who toit...

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 April 1896

I I THE CLIMAX, WEDNESDAY, - - Al'Rlt 15. 1SSG. Milch rows for sale by J. H Boggs. See local. Mrs R. H. Woodcock diel at Dan ville last wet k. The monthly pay-roll of tliejnillsat Ford amounts to $7,O0Q, It is said that Richmond is to have a red hot local option fight. Laura, two-year-old daughter of A. J. Broaddus, nied March 25th. A hundred prisoners in the Frankfort penitentiary have measles. W. G. Ham was arrested in Lexington Monday for horse stealing. Jake Collins has more than several words for you in to-day's Climax. Only six marriages this mouth, w ith prospects not fluttering for six more- Richmond has sixteen passenger trains daily, except Sunday, when it has six. Reports from all parts of the Vounty unite in saying that wheat does not look well. H. J. Streng is on the war-path again, and tells you about it in to-days Climax. H. G. Bush, Upper Howards creek, Clark county, whose wife was an Oldham, died last week. D "Will Gregory, of Fort Estill, is bav ing his last year's...

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 April 1896

I r I M M if EI S; UB I T J tt i jm, irri"l miiiti i r i a "i m mmmi mmmmm i"l Ml Mai i . li i him iiaW larrfTrtir -T "l J1fTTh"f"r ' ' ABE. PACE SENTENCED." YY. la tfvav tli Wnnntalnl T : cuffed and Chained to a FonT. TTvupw Vtr An111 AV Pw th 15-Year-old boy who was convicted of the murder of Allen Lewis, has re- ceired his sentence. The judge said I , n t, fotw,. nH Ar Km,. : er were under indictment for the i same charge and their cases still ing he would refrain from young Pace. The hoy was brought from the jail handcuffed and a trace chain locked around his arms. The chain was then fastened around the neck of a little mountain pony on which the boy was mounted. After he had been fastened on the animal a deputy sheriff took the youthful prisoner over the road along which his victim had been hauled to the grave 27 days before. This was done the authorities claim as a lesson to mountain boyb who are inclined to look upon murder as a deed of valor. SHUT OUT. JjonlKTllle Cops Can't...

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 April 1896

His Address to the to of Chicago. - In or be Fre9 Coinage Would Drive Gold Out of of the Country, Reduce the Purchasing Powsr of Laborers' Wages, And Increase the Prices of All Commodities. V orklngmen as a Creditor Class SHoul IlrcelTC Their Tar a 100- to Cent Dollar. The following is theiull text, of the r"vnt address by John G. Carlisle, of the States treasury, to the workingroen of Chicago at the uditorium hall in Unit city: Onr of the Meat ImKrtant of Ecomonlo nentlonfu Mr President and Gentlemen: I am hero r,. eienlng In response to a several months ago from a I is i mvfr of gentlemen connected with 1 - iatur organizations of this city, , .r me to address them and their n n irkmgmen upon the currency and in' ial questions, which were then and 0 ',li agitating the minds of our people i- all parts of the countrj. When that rjrounnatlon reached me It was not In i flower to designate a time when my "- uil duties would permit me to come ' but 1 promised to hold the matter t r consi...

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 April 1896

! fJ TTWTA'V' d. p. armer, .... masaqer. ! EVEKY WEDNESDAY BY 7119 Climax Printing Go. PKICE PER YKAK, S1.50. WEDNESDAY. APRIL . - - 1890 CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- John S Owsmcy, of lincoln county, is a candidate lor fHires, to reprobent the Sth District, Mibiect to the action of Old Democratic ymtiy Force, of Shottiy county, is a un.li.la - fWiuru tfl rnr4..tlif the. 8ih itetriet, Hljert to the ai ikm of tiie j I h lrtV. I 's Review rtjjxtrts iicrosoil retail trale. !hix it be lnd ami Tillman, or TiiitwMH ad Poller kr ticket? HtiAiH.KY ; tilkl w A. P. A., which hiu liberally means A Pie Admirer. Fah.I'ke for March in the United States weie S per cent lo tlwn tor March 1-85. In a political coHtrovorsy in New Orleans ItotweoM a wan ami a woman, the woman stahW. the man to death yot fcome say the new woman is a failure. Gov. Bhadlbv says there shall be no extra sew of the Legislature unless tiie Dewoemtic laeral.ers of tin Senate agree to enact tlte needed financial legislation. Him of...

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 April 1896

v THE CLIMAX. YEDXESDAY, - - AV11IL 22, IS06. A. clorious rain yostnnljiy, beginning at 1 o'clock. Tlio tobacco factory on Laurel street is booming. Court of oJainis will day w eok May 5th. moet on Tues- Jake Colli us is thinking of painting the front of his house Miniature goW thimble lost Under please leave at Climax ctRoe. The Fitzpatrick bank case was trans ferred to the equity docket. Dave Myers has bought Billy team of Norman Mrs. Parah S (lagan minis Jiuntcrs to keep off her See notice A long, lMit, dry bx1I, considering that this is April, was ended vettprda). r Dr. Jasper now has a telephone at 1 1 restdece, the Carr jdace, on Broad- wav D F. Bowman rnis a eboesltop in or.miwtioH with his gnoceiy on EstHI incline. Prof. TormHi.of WibconFin, has been eni.'a,j:el to instruct the Iiiffcinonu Con-net I land. ( U. MamloKn eJHb at the court 1 1 inn', littt night, assisted by a member . f "vusa's band. Mrs. J. J. TIaley, of Cyitthiano. de-n pre) a mission lecture Sunday night at C...

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 April 1896

KENTUCKY Indorses Gov. William 0. Bradley for President. The Resolutions Oppose the Free and Unlimited .Coinage of Silver, And Kxprrai Sympathy for Strangling Co. Calling Out of the Troop at Frankfort Approved IVru.MeKlnley fceond Choice Delegate Selected. COJTVEXTION HAli. Louisville, Ky April 1" The adjourned seKSloc of the republican state contention ires called to order at 9 0 a. llur&day Jndce V S. Demlng and State Inspector C "W LeMer. of ttbttiey. were elected electors for the state, at-large. The report of the committee on resolutions was read and adopted almost by sn unanimous tmb. The resolutions oppose the free and unlimited coinage of stiver bettering it wouM pluncr tee country in finaaef U raw dollar the best dollar and that all otfce - doll trs should be Uejrt Nip with It. favors reciprocity sysafiatniina with the poo e of Cuba beiteres la extending the tn of free common schools indor&e and especially the call-ins bBt of troops to Frankfort indorses the rt n of...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 6 May 1896

1 S AHA - Men IjrrrrRO J3MK )RRRRWftRR!( !IrrI1 3MKilif IfTrJf: tssswimi imnwL j 1 A l . i1" F y mui ngiirer gooas narmomzing hiui the skirts. The plain cheviots are made with silk, invisibly buttoned, provided with rolling collars and three pockets, two hip pockets and one on the breast! Who says that woman advancethnot? A plain full skirtof taffeta silk, shading from tan to green. Is the foundation of one tailors model. The bodice i draped with black chiffon embroidered I in ecru, the tatreta sleeves axe tun anu a ruff of knife-plaited chiffon at the neck is caught with a rhinestone buckle in front- Another pretty model dress has a plain full skirt oi cheviot in a sins 11 green and white check. The short jacket is of green cloth, wbnv ieers are faced with white moire. The jacket is trimmed with tiny pearl buttons- and is worn oer a full blouse front effect of white moire silk. There are many things to note. There are hats, purple hats, with trimmings of purple and yellow flow ers....

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 6 May 1896

THE CLIMAX. iREXOH TIPTON. Editor. D. P. ARMEP, - Manager. FCBU81IKD KVEKV WEDNESDAY BT hs Climax Printing Go. iliilt Vi2Alt, $1.50. WEDNESDAY. MAY 6. - - 1S96. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCCMCNT POR OOXirtB&v. Jihin S Owm.ev, of Lincoln county, ih a oamtklale for Coasress, to represent the tk District, Hibject to the action of the Democratic party Pkvok Fobbb, of Shelby county, is a CMMtkiate for UoHprts, to represent the Sjh dHdet, subject to the action of the Democratic jiarty. HOK JUDGE OF THE COURT OF A1I'EALS. JriMHS W S. I'juor, of Hery county, ib a caMtlhhiie for of the otficeof J'ge ot the Cwirtof Appeals, from this IHhiri t.Mibject to tiie action of the Democratic pttrjy CuUHt) DcBurratic .Mass Cunt rnliun. lUcHMOxn, Ky, May 4, '. To the DtMuocrats of Madison Co In accordance with the orders of the DetMOcnttic State Executive Committee, tlMs Democrats of Jiadifcon county are raited to meet at the court house in Richmond, Ky., in was at2 o'clock, p, m., (solar tun) Satrda. Mav 30....

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 6 May 1896

THE CLIMAX. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, - - 1896. It. Hurst is the new postmaster at Colyer. Sweet potato plants. See Hutchin- son local. Big sanctification meeting at Bereft. See 4th page. Judge'Itobt Kiddell aeverely hurt See 4th page. Hemdon& Wells, new butcher shop on Francis street. 'Waeit never looked so bad," is what most fanners Bay about the prospect Interesting items from. Valley View, including two runaways people, not Shelby Masters, administrator of Cieorge Masters, will have public sale Maj 16th. The ladies of the Infirmary will give a strawberry supper the latter part ot tins month. Repnblican Congressional District c onvention will be held atXicholasville, June 11th. Mrs. Oscar Lyons, of Mayfield, is the mother of five children of one birth- See 4tli pace. County Court of Claims in session, (i B. Million presiding and all the magistrates present. J. E. Cosby, near Red House, will p)nu up five acres of wheat and sow it in millet for his cows. Jese Dykes has opened a grocery...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 6 May 1896

fll "" 5P " '7prr'rf''T:m''r'l' '1fa1s' i - KENTUCKY HEWS. R Itert Xnri Trom All PurU of tb Commonwealth. BOGUS RECEIPTS TbOBght to Be Out t or Consignment ot Kelson DUtlUlnc Co. IVhUky. Louisville, Ky., May 4. The Nelson Distilling Co., of St. Louis, filed as answer and cross-petition in the case of the Columbia Finance and Trust Co., assignee, against the Belle of Nelson Distillery Co. in which it seta up a claim to 680 barrels of whisky. The St Louis corporation claims to hold the first and original -warehouse receipts for the whisky, and alleges that the other receipts are fraudulent. Receipts covering the kamo whisky are Iteld by a number of Louisville banks, by the Southern national "bank, of New York," Mrs. Mary Sim-bell, of Vincennes, Ind.; Calumet State bank, Blue Island, I1L; C. J. Louisville; nibernian Banking association, of Chicago; C. Bierhaus, Vincennes, Ind.; C C. Menzies, Cincinniti; National Bank of Cynthiana, Ky. The Louisville bonks holding receipts to the same w...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 13 May 1896

mwmmmmsiEmmmmmmmmmummmwmmmmm SI- - r , slK ".' .. 'T "- ., : 'TSPPSrsr "- rcagKsr rwf "iwp.'jff" ' ' --v -, -J- ." "vr - i Ji SI i 7..v I v4JMj 1 annnruyjnn anjrrinnrinjinruxaarLruin nnn mm mm ssr m& sm s ! ibs sssn - i W U IW - . IS If.. I Hi :'M' W , i nruirmjisisinrinsisinnnrmjiruxniuuTSisinnn JOB WORK ! - et is ;i ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 1 111 i MH i kjI j lV III i lifS WW I mWWl I M 2p.A.Dirriii i i v 5 thru uartruiru tnnxuiru iriruaru uuuuuu aro a) sin. mm w rAi sm iyiWs dm & sh oiJXfrinrinriJinrijinjTnnnnjinnnJiJinriJiirirn ? V. ---. riJ 22aiJJL25Si, J L5I51 J ll ' K 1 T V i x"- i tm .i YOLUME IX. MfcRE :gula?or '?s"ScSf SMggggS gai&afc&2 THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE s s'uvow 1 1 ER ATOR. Don't t fc t ie it is the time you r v t T.ut to wake up your Liver. s 1 iv. ei brns r. Malma, Fever J Aiu. R leumatis'ii, aud many other i w . 'i h.v th constitution and we- t'ri;i' l I fcrit 'w word Fh .. ! ATuk? It is bIMMONS LiVER Ft . i Wok Od want. T k distincuiilKs it from al!...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 13 May 1896

THE CLIMAX. FRENCH TIPTON, - - Editok, D. P. ARMER, '. - - . Manager. FUBLXSIIEU EVEKY WEDif ESDAT BY ThQ Climax Printing Co. I'KlCt Kli YKAIt, $1.50. WEDNESDAY. MAY 13. - - 1S9G. CANOIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- FOR C0NGKE&&. John S Owsixy, of Lincoln count', is a miHfiate for Gon;ress, to represent the Sth District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. 1'byok Fokhe, of Shelby oounty, is a CHtMlirfate for Conpretti, to represent tin Sth district, djoct to the action of the DtHuocratic party. FOR JUDOE OF THE (XKTRT OF ATTEAJJS. Ji'tMiE V S. Pkyok, of Henry county, is a cAtttliilRte for of the office of JiHir m the Courtof Appeals, from this to the action of the Dem ocratic rt Now really is it the pro rata or the col lateral that troubles vou in finances? Dons not btaietalibni exist in try bow? If so, who i proposing to citange it ? Dm Gen. Hanliu have a word totaj' agtHst the Republicans in his court lMwse speech ? The U. S. Senate has voted to investi gate the bond sales...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 13 May 1896

THE CLIMAX, WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, - - 1896. Standard time now ! Epidemic of measles at Waco. Mrs. B. C. Potts has sweet potato plants. Prof. Hawesat the court bouse niglit See Singer Sewing Machine locals for information. Solon, the son of T J. A llcox, dead. See Panola, No bid was made on the R. N. I. & B Saturday at Versailles. Country merchants should see ad ; f Richmond tobacco fartorv. M H. Brown calls yfuir attention to f grea' 'G. J." tire sold by him. Elections will hereafter be held in Ma iiton ooanty by standard time. Trim Deatherage lias a cow that fifty pounds of milk daily. l.inteniann concert at court house M n lav night had a small but select au- Iouglas & Smith have adopted ctan iard tkne at their butcher shop. !ve tlieir ad. Indi vidnal deposits, subject to c heck, ti. the four national banks of Richmond, are $'.03,106 19. 1. & N. tramSouth leaves Richmond at ! 10 p. in., or 5 minutes earlier jn heretofore- Rev. D. G. Combs, evangelist, will lipgm a protrac...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 13 May 1896

KENTUCKY NEWS. ,rhe Latest Ktw From All Part of tbft Commouwealtb. TO THE ASYLUM Goes llUi Surah Cecil, Proteitlnr Her Sanity to the LmiU D.Uvii.r.E, Kv-. May 1L Tho Sarah Cecil lunacy inquest, in which there has been such widespread interest, terminated by the defendant being ordered to the lunatic asylum at Lexington. She will be given every comfort that wealth can procure. The jury returned the verdict after 50 minutes' deliberation, and Miss Cecil received the decision with the same composure tbntas marked her conduct during the entire trial. The lawyers made no arguments on either side, but Miss Cecil wound up the trial with a rather lengthy statement, in which she talked plainly and calmly about her case, and denied that the had been givn a fair triuL Regarding the written churges she made against prominent ladies and gentlemen, she said she could prove thi, and they could ue if they wished to do so. Children Rencuml With Dimmlty. Ga.mmiei.i.svii.i.k, Ky., May 1L The large fra...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 20 May 1896

Democrat. a - HHHHHnBBraBHHHHMHHBHBlHi I ' 'I " ; i i - , ICl'.!i tyinnnnnnn nnnnjin iuuuuui nnnnrurC ruin " I job work I g ADYERLSING MEDIUM.; j I CAREFULLY EXECUTED. I ttiru uttltutix: iruxnnru vuiruiru rci . If) QuuniuuiJiririJinjiiinAnjTjirinnjirinjtriirua VOLUME IX. RICHMOND, MADISON COTJNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, L896. NUMBER 50 BP S I M MO hi Spl THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE h M V. ON.s I IVER ATOR. Don't forgtt it it. Now is die time you need it mo-4 to wake up your Liver. A sluc. ii Livo brings i. TAahria, Fever and Antic. Rheumatism, and many other ills which shatter trw constitution and wrexk lieaith. Don t forget the word Regulator, it s Simmons Liver Regulator vou want. The ord Regulator distinguishes it from all other remedies. And, besides this, SlAV.MONS LIVER REGULATOR is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps it properly at work, that your system max1 be kept 1,1 good londitioii. FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS LIV ER REGULATOR, it fcUhc best tlood and corrector. Trv R and ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 20 May 1896

th ( THE CLIMAX. FRENCH TIPTON, Editor. D. P. ARMER, - - Haxaoeb. PUBLISHED EV2BT BY The Glimax Printing Go. I'ltICK 1'ER 1KA11, $1.50. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20. - - 1896. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- FOK COXGKKSSS. John S Owsley, of Lincoln county, is a candidate for Congress, to represent the Stlt District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Pyoe Fohbe, of Shelby county, is n candklute for Congress, to represent the Sth district, subject to the action of the Democratic paity. FOR JUIXJE OP THE COTRT OF AWEAJJS. Juikje V S. Pkyor, of Henry county, is a oHHtli.btte for re-election of the office of JMe oi the Court of Appeals, froth this itffcirkt, Habjeet to the action of the Democratic jwrtv. Ajippllate Committee Jlrotii). Meeting of Committee of Fifth Appel" late District of Kentucky field at Paris, May 13, 1896. Meeting called to order by Capt T. E 1 Moore, Chairman. On motion J. C Cantrill, of Scott county, was elected Secretary. Motion made and seconded that if no other candid...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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