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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 23 June 1896

:- s v 1 , 1 I Ir'-X THE CLIMAX. VREXCH TIPTON. - - Editor. D. P. ARMER, - - - - Manager. POBL1SHEU ZVIKT Tho Climax Printing Go. PRICK PKlt YKAlt, $1.50. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 24. - - 189G. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- FOB CONGKEvVv. John S. Owsley, of Lincoln connty, is a candidate for Congress, to represent the Stli District, subject to the action of the Democratic party Phyor Foree, of Shelby county, is a candidate for Congress, to represent the 8th district, subject to the action of .the Democratic party. rOR JUDGE OF THE COPRT OF APPEALS. Judge W S. Pm ok, of Henry county, is a candidate for re-election to the office of Judge oi the Court of Appeals, from this District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. From this time till November will be a eeason for hypocrites. Chairman Sommers has called tbe State Democratic Campaign Committee to assemble in Louisville, to-morrow. Republicans have decided upon a Mc-Kinley ratification meetingat Lexinirton, within the next few days, with...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 23 June 1896

THE CLIMAX. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, - - 1S9G. Plenty of rain. Go to Berea to-day. Perea commencement to-day. - Ga'wlinestoxe for sale. 566 10011. Richmond is. to have a taste of the 4tii of July. Postmaster Willis' salary has been raised to $1,S00. Did yon ever 6ee harvest come so a. y am this year? Miss Hartmrn is closing out her mil-: U r at the Glyndou. Richmond Silver Rand will pro to Ma .ur Sunday. Tlnrlj white teachers examined last week, most of whom passed. I'ounty Clerk John White is keeping Kn 1 clors hall for the present. Pmf Crooks lias purchased Mrs. U ..its residence on Oak street. riie ferry at Ford is in operation .j J .ia been for near tw o weeks- The corner btone of the London --' ikii building was laid yesterday- Miss Creech will begin to day . &a.e of millinery on Fifth htreet. L. J. Shackelford and family have rej.ied from Mt. Sterling to Olyinpia. Henn Moran was sent to the by Judge Burnain. Ir Goldstein, optician, Louisville, r remain here another week. Go con...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 23 June 1896

M v Nt tt R? h V" X KENTUCKY NEWS. !! Rows rrom AU Porta at tbm Commonwealth. DESPEATE PLOT. Kratnekr ConTlcU Fire the Shop tn Order to Gain Freedom. I Fhaxkfokt, Ky., June 22. The en-' forced idleness of the convicts in the ' Frankfort penitentiary is already bearing fruit in attempts to escape and conspiracies for destroying the bhops and cell houses. One of these conspiracies was discovered Sunday, and Charles Brown, a bigamist, in for life; Henry Goodwin, in for fouryears for robbery, and Jock Hope-well, in for five years for housebreaking, were all placed in solitary confinement. Ilicir scheme, which was tipped off by another convict, was to twist a thin cord of henji, saturate it with gasoline or some other inflammable liquid, 6trotch it from their cells to all the shops where dry materials are stored and touch off this home-made fuse late at ulght. They hoped in the confusion of Mich a general fire as this would cnuie to find some means of escape, but their scheme vas nipped ...

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 July 1896

,N&- . '' fif s- o r? it-' --i. - O S r - j. " ", " 1 ' " , ,J c " " . ! j JIl , gnnnnnnxixirinnnnnnjinnnjinrLnjTnHruip & ffl4EXGELLEN7 1 x QiTjtinniinjxrinjinjxruiTrirLrinnuiniuiJifnr ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 1 ' ' mm uxnruiru innnruu vruuinru vrumnnj uun TO , I CAREFULLY EXECUTED. ami finjuiruvriririixriri njvLfirtnjinruxrui'ifvro BS) VOLUME X. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1896. NUMBER 4. ASK lh rivnvrMl "TwC yil'tiffc. bilious e V i r 5 jv! SsSffw knd Kue, tho mercurial rtUeascd T pal lent, how they recovered lieultli, cheer- fnl C1ilril& jinrl tJrvml SsSKS, 5&ritite. they will tell &B&: fc'Jftoa taking Sill- SVJVWMOns 1 ivfcjc ViSKg LA 1C)U Th Cheapest. Purest and Best Pamltjr Medicine in tbe World! Vit nVSlTPSlA, CONSTIPATION, Jann-& ci 1 ., a f Smrits, SOUK STOMACH, hi rn, etc Tins unrivalled remedy is ,- r .t to rontam a kindle parttUe u( Litu u or any mineral subslancc. but u PURELY VEGETABLE, eczr " "3 fioe Southern Root 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. — 1 July 1896

si I ES I W 8i THE CLIMAX. r . It i "-J?-1 ? "Si e; i FRENCH TIPTON, - - Editor. D. P. ARMER, - - - - Manager. PUBLISHED KVEBY WKBNE3DAT BY Th- Climax Printing Co. PttICK PER YKAli, $1.50. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1. - -' 1896. CANDIOATCS ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR COKGKESSS. Joiik S. Owsi ey, of Lincoln county, is a candidate for Congress, to represent the th District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Pryor Foree, of Shelby county, is a candidate for Congress, to represent the 8th district, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF Ari'EAlA Judge W S. Payor, of Henry county, is a candidate for re-election to the office of Judge oi the Conrtof Appeals, from this District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Mr. Owsley, what did Jim Jewell say? "We are for the Chicago nominee, be he Bland, Teller or Cleveland. Will anybody deny that Grant and and Jim Jen ell w ere right ? National Democratic Convention at Chicago next Tuesday, and it looks like B...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 1 July 1896

y THE CLIMAX. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, - - IS9G. Dr. Goldstein. continues in town. Count court day next Monday. Daughter of Wiley Euibry died last week. News' Berea. letters from KirLsville and Post-office, lonks and revenue office w ill be closed Saturday. Those who delight to grumble about hot weather, had a chance last week. The whole country is filled with agents of all kinds for.all borte of things. Blackberries at 5 and G cents a gallon are cheaper than sunshine in summer. A dwelling house is building at Nile's shop, three miles out on Lexington pike. F. Corzelius, Trustee of Miss Hart-man, Milliner, offers her stock for sale, bet; ad. Joe Patterson, aged probably 85 ears died near Wallaceton, Monday of latt week. Read the Declaration of Independence published on first page of to-day's Cum vx. Ponds and springs that usually do not go dry until September are, many of them, dry now. Jack Miller has retired from the butcher firm of Miller & Francis and gone to his farm. John W. Har...

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 July 1896

r p 'V' Xtcat Kewa From All Part ot Ui CammonunkUb. ONE KILLED And Many Seriously Injured In a Cyclone t West Uy. Considerable Damage To Property. OwKNSBOito, Ky., June 29. Saturday afternoon West Louisville, n village 13 miles wcstof this city, was visited by a cyclone, damaging the property considerably, killing one person, Miss l'earl Hicks, aged 18 years, daughter ot Charles IIiclcs, and badly injuring Mr. C L. Clark. The house of G L. Clark was completely wrecked. Miss Hicks was a visitor at the house when the cyclone came up. of Mr. Clark and a little boy were also In the house, but escaped unhurt. St Alphonsius' Catholic church nt tL Joseph was destroy t d. The residence of A. T. Williams was damaged and outbuildings destroyed. Ned Thomas house was greatly damaged. Dr. J. N. Alvey's stable was blown away. Dr. O.sbornc's residence vias damaged. Two horses of J. F. Harrcll were killed and his residence destroyed. G. W. Morgan's residence, two miles from West Louisville, was des...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 8 July 1896

J C. & D. M. OHENADLT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Richmond, - - Kentucky. lice on Second eery street, over Chenault's gro STEPHEN D. PA.RRISH, A TTORXEY AT LA W, Richmond, ... Kentucky. ratents. Caveats, Trade Maries, Designs, Etc Report as to patentability of invention Free of Cbarge Unsurpassed facilities. Moderate terms. Beforr applying for a patent, write me. 46- Ru IIJIOXD, PSTSICIA27S. DR. H. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Richmond. ... Kentucky. 1- the Joe Cc.lins building, 18 and ?o Sec- on r ei, over Wnii. eew dmotere 27 CHAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary CoUtge. Vetennar Denti-try and Stenhty a Specialty "Si e p stairs over New York Store, corner Mmn and Hr.t streets, Richmond 46- n. a jasper, m. jj Medicine and feurvery. Oflice Collins Bulldini;, Tiitphciie at residence (the Curr place) on llrondway. - Kentucky. DR. II. H. ROBERTS..... P mis ----- Kentucky fcTOflice: Corner Duncan Avenue and Pleasant Street, Paris, Ky. Jta?Oflke Hours: 8 to 10 a. ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 8 July 1896

I I I THE Cf JMAX, 7UBU8BZO XTrBT WEDMB8DA.Y ST Tho Climax Printing Go. PRICK PKR YEAR, $1.50 IN ADVANCE, $1.25 WEDNESDAY. JULY 8, - - 1896. 'ADVX&Txsnra bates. - O H O H 2 5 2 sr M a , o " 3 3: 2 ? SPACE. 2 S a 2 E S r 5- r Z ZT I S 111:":: i i i I i I llnch f ioo i 50$ J35$ 5o$jootuo3 Inches., x 75 tjo 3 50 7 00 11 00 17 50 3 inches.. 50 3 50 joo 1000 ljoo ajij 4 Inche$ 3 00 4 00 6 00 u y 19 00 jS 75 f, 3 5 S 7 5 15 00 13 00 34 jo 5 Oi 400 600 900180037004003 M Col 600 900x3002700 40 00 6003 8 00 X2 00 X7 75 34 50 50 00 80 00 x Col .. XO 00 15 OQ 2a 50 42 on 60 oouoo 00 BB"Reading notices to cents a line for first Insertion, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion Obituaries, resolutions of respect and similar scatter at half rates. No specified position. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOE JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS. W. S. PRYOR, of Henry County. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT. FOB CONGKESSS. Pbyob Foree, of Shelby county, is a candidate for Congress, to represent the 8th district, subje...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 8 July 1896

THE CLIMAX. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, - - 896. Samuel Campbell died at PahitXick. W. W Watts and J. Stone Walker are v in Texas. ' Tbe Kings Station 4th of "July was drowned out. " L Temperance meeting-at court house Saturday at 2 o'clock. A. & M. Wells cot hitching privileges at the fair.groundc 4 - R. A. Baxter, grocer, BecureJvthe refreshment elands at tire fair. r July 4th just passed, will long be remembered as a Jay of much rain. A colored man from the Slashes says he is not a Baptist but a hardshell. A. R. Burnam's mare won Tuesday and made a record of 2 20$. Joe Fain as killed by his brother, larkin, at Little Hickman lastweek. - A. C Clowere and family have removed from Estill to Madison couuty. A boat propelled by -a. gasoline engine is employed on the river by the mill men at Ford. An uncle.of Mrs. Launey Clay, Robt Hardwiek, was killed at Stanton Friday, b Aba Pettit- Leather grip lost on. Irvine piku Tuesdav, which finder will please leave at Climax office. --Public school...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 8 July 1896

- i T From All rw w mm ComoDrclt. BOTH DEAD. - Varrtbla Dt4 Between a Farmer and a Town Hanhal Each Fired lint One. j Brssr,vna,E, Ky., July 0. A deadly duel took place near Adairville, thla ! county, late Saturday afternoon. Dick Younger, a farmer and desperate man, went to tba little town, loaded up on vhlfiky,and,ahorodeoutof town, fired liis pistol several times. II. II. Harmon, tho town marshal, jumped on a horse and started after Younger. An hour later both men were found dead about ooe mile from the ton n. Younger waa lying In a field, a few feet from the road, and Harmon In the middle of the road. Both men had been 6hot through th heart, and only one chamber in each been discharged. There were no eye witnesses to the deadly encounter. William Younger, a brother of" Dick, was killed in with a baseball bat by Dates Patterson about four years ago. The Youngers were relatives of the famous Younger outlaws. Harmon killed two men in Tennessee at one time bcveral years ago. Ho was ...

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 July 1896

'!" "J--- "flf '" -n? -s a - 1 - .U - fJ - K- --s - - r - 1 - C 4 If cnjurnnruTJi nnjuxnn rtr"urn?uiririn. ""I if Wj WW Hi Wofy nnnxnnniuuiniiiuuunniiixnn'uuwsuunnn fl TO 5 JOB WORK I I ADYERTSING MEDIUM, i ffi IIIII c CAREFULLY EXECUTED. 3 axruixiJUVinjiruxnjuxjuxiTfinjiJutruTruuinjD' Si HtnjruiJUiJinJxnjiJiiinnjinruxnxiJinjiJxriiJira VOLUME X. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, L896. 'aJeJ p&per NUMBER 6. w(fi25fSE ASK th recovered bilious suRercik, victims ot fever nue, the mercurial -Banned patient, how they recovered health, cheer- mi spirits and oood appetite, they will tell you by taking SIMMONS I.IVEK jj Th Cheapest. Purest and Best Pmlly Medicine In the World! For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jaundice. V. Colic. Depression of Spirits. SOLR STOMACH. Heartburn, etc. Thi unrivalled remedy is warranted not to contain a single purtitle of or any mineral substance, but U PURELY VEGETABLE, containing those Southern Roots and Herbs which an a'.l wise Providence...

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 July 1896

H X THE CLIMAX. . ! " ' -, -S PtTBUSUED EVEKV WEDNESDAT BY The Climax Printing Co. PRICE PKR YEAR, $1.50. IN L25 ADVANCE, - - - WEDNESDAY. JULY 15. - 1896. ADVERTISING RATES. O -3 O i M en O o s rr o 2 T SPACE. S S I" 2 I r r s ? : : : : : : : I " : i - 1 Inch ) ioo i 5oSn5$ 5o)? (12 CO 2 Inches, x 75 2 50 3 so 7 00 ix 00 17 50 3 Inches. 2 50 3 50 5 00 10 00 X5 00 23 25 4 Inches. 3 ooj 410 6 oo 12 on 19 00 28 73 5 Inches. 350 500 7 50 15 00 23 00 34 SO J ol 400 600 900 1800 270c 40 CO 2?'CeIj 600 9 00 13 00 27 00 40 00 60 00 JiCl S 00 iioo 17 73 34 50 50 00 So 00 l C0& t IP 00 X5 COi 22 50 42 or 60 OO 200 00 WReading notices 10 cents a line (or first Insertion, s cents a line for each additional insertion Obituaries, revolutions of respect and similar matter at half rates. No specified position. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR I'UESIDEXT, WM. J. BRYN, of Nebrasba. FOR VICE PKESIDEXT, AUTHUR SEWELL, of Maine. FOK JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS. W. S. PRYOR, of Henry County. CANDIDATES ANNO...

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 July 1896

I I '' - - I mb . I Dipt! KniMrnlv. T' ' i : 1 ' js ii k 9 1 n ara v I I a nim...i i..Ai..... m sv ipb a nil a w i I i I ft 1mIJ VlfisfY, I WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, - - 1S9G. -In May there was drouth ; in July a Hood. Rnssell McHone died at Big Hill, last week. A 10 pound girl adorns the home of Jesbe Cobb, near "Waco. Dr. Hogan, dentist, Waco, is a son of the late Dr. H. W. Hogan. Judge T. J. Scott will hold a6pecial terni of the circuit court to day McKinley's first Lieutenant is an uncle of Prof. Clay Herrick, this county. Populist Committee for the Eighth District will meet at Danville row. Man Ann Bennett was sent to jail from Berea for Kussin out Squire Oovle's court. --Such rains! such rains! Does the oldest man of memory recall anything like it in July? Miss Kate McKinney, of Fonl, and Mr. M. C. Shearer, of Lexington, were married on the 4th. John D. Powell, of White Hall, lost a finger or two in a cutting box, hut is getting along w ell. The fairest Lilly of the valley is a wee ...

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 July 1896

& o ! KENTUCKY NEWS. raa lata Hw Fnun An Farts of tba Commonwealth Became KClnc Klver, carrying umm and Destruction. Augusta, Ky., July 13. On Big Bracken creek, abouth 4 miles south of this city, there occurred a cloudburst at a late hour Saturday evening. Within a few minutes the little stream w as a rearing mass of raging waters. Dozens of large tobacco barns were badly damaged and washed away. Mrs. Henry Susco, aged 64 years, living on the creek, went from herhouso to the barn to see about some cattle, Mhen she was caught in the swift waters and was carried away, and up to this time her body has not been recovered, although fragments of her clothing were found in several places. Thousands of acres of corn and tobacco are destroyed, entailing heavy losses on the farmers of the valley. Death or II. F. I'arks. CvxniiAifA, Ky , July 13. Mr. B. F. I'arks, of this city, died at his Belmont with stomach trouble. Sir. Parks was about sixty-five yo rs old. and fought through the civi...

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 August 1896

SOME TERSE TRUTHS. Tb Arcvmant otC.8. Da r row, ot Clil-cat;o, for rretj Oliver. In a tlclMitc nt the Monop.a laKc grounds, Madison, Wis., with SchDtor Joint M. Thurston, of Ncbrasha, C. S. Darrow, of Chicago, made some very tolling- arguments in favor of bimetallism and free coinage, as evidenced by the frequent interruptions of hearty applause. He said, in part: Chlcacoan Waxes Sarcastic. 'The able senator has described tbe conditions o the United States. He says that we have "tramps on every hand.' Ho deplores the distress of the farmer and the distress of the laborer, but to all of that 1 lay Wtrnt does the able senator offer you as a solution of the Great calamity In which we suffer to-day? He offers you four years more of gold cure administered by McKlnley Instead of Cleveland and nothing else. "What ao we say to the American people? TVo axe told that we ask you to sail out upon an unknown sea with neither compass nor guide, and that we ask you to try a new experiment differen...

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

fe :- isataif &. " 3- -A- rp""i : jL ' .O ;4 w ps: f '!?. V-5 '-CF it. . At T -- Vi --. - n i a jl 3 J ?. '---- -..-.-.-v r - t .'.k . - ,fctN?r US j 1 -ii Trw; I? L -Ms " ?5 ' a; : St. - - "n h SL- te THE CLIMAX, rCSUSBXB BYEBT WEDNESDAY BY Tho Climax Printing Co. TRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. IN ADVANCE, $1.25 WEDNESDAT. AUGUST 32, - - 1890. AJD7ZXTZSZ2T& SATES. SPACE. I Inch MOO 1 jo 13 5 4 jol 7 9 u 00 3 Inches. 75 o 3 5 7 00 it 00 n 50 3 Inches. a SO: 350 5 oj 10 00 15 00 4 Inches. 3 4 00 6 00 H on 19 00 laS 75 5 Inches. 35o 500 7 So 15 00 S3 00 34 5o 4 00 6 00 9 00 18 00 7joe 40 00 KCol 6 00 9 00 13 00 27 00 4000 60 00 4'Col 8 00 iz 00 7 75 34 50 so 00 So 00 i Col 10 00 5 00 50 4 on 60 Ool'OO 00 BReading notices 10 cents a line for first Insertion, 5 cents ji line for each additional insertion Obituaries, resolution of respect and similar matter at half rates. No specified position DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR ITtESinnXT, "VM. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AUTI1UR SEWE...

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 August 1896

THE CLIMAX, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, - - 1S9G. I'M FOR FREE SILVER. mi' 1 r( v r3, V3 An everyday scene all over the country. liryan Club to bo formed at rnurt house, to-morrow night at 8 o clock. W. ('. Gormley's saloon licenses ha, ing expired lie lias closed for the present. Special train to Tarks Hill camp meeting, Sunday, round trip fl,over I . fc X. R. I Todhuntcr, a prominent citizen of Fayctto county, is dangerously ill. Pomp Jointer's horse fell into an unfinished cistorn on Prathor Bow and had to Ihj dug out. The Madison National bank has nn arithmometer for adding figures, and it doesn't cost but $375. Private school with limited and special attention. See card .f Mrs. French Tipton, this issue. Mr. (. K. Shackelford, who has tn dangerously ill at his home for tin- past three "weeks, is recovering slow ly. Capt. Pates, of the B. X. I. & B., will remove to the residence on Broadway just vacated by Mr. Vrii's houses in Bichmond uiut be scarce, as a piano repair -Imp is kep...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 12 August 1896

'ffSSBSsdfet sv . ' t iMIHBHrFrr UK .J T ft Ii h! -.' i li si J .. - 5- - "S M I wet- - t? ' -. -". 1 u; "a i " If ' I IF "C ";l! 3, i V V - !i i 41- U 'J- I1 4A if - - ii i 1 n 1 1- t i latest 2Cw rrom AH rrw ot Coaunoew eal tu UNUSUAL CASE. TTie KHrod CommfMlon Haj a Strang Demand for Kedresn. Fraxxfort, Ky., 10. The railroad commissioners have before them a Terr unusual case, and before jjoin into its consideration may first have to decide as to their own jurisdiction in the matter. Tobacco dealers and. other snippers of Franklin, Ky., haTe complained that the L. and X. has charged them extortionate and discriminating rates on tobacco between Franklin Tbey not only demand that this matter be remedied, but Oat they be paid damages to the amount of the over charges they hare suffered for years. The shippers claim that the commission has power not only to regulate these rates, but to give them the damages or rebate that they claim. The railroad claims, on the other hand, that the co...

Publication Title: Climax, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 12 August 1896

J HS E'- r I' I tV b nh" Xk ltcct Xtw rrom All I"rt oi Commonwealth. UNUSUAL CASE. The Ballrol Cammlulon Has a Strang Demand for Jtedrca. Ky., Aujr. 10. The railroad commissioners nave before tbema Tery unusual case, and before- going Into its consideration may first hare to decide as to their own jurisdiction in the matter. Tobacco dcnlcrs and other shippers of Franklin, Ivy., have complained that the L. and If. has charged them extortionate and discriminating rates on tobacco between Franklin and Trey not only demand that this matter be remedied, but that they be paid damages to the amount oi the over charges they have suffered for years. The shippers claim that the commission hab power not only to regulate these rates, but to give them the or rebate that they claim. The railroad claims on the other hand, that the commission has no such jurisdiction. This latter question and the matter of holding a meeting at Franklin to hear the case will probably be considered at a meeting of th...

Publication Title: Climax, The
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