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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 16 September 1896

la- IX - -1 - fV -KENTUCKY NEWS. " "m'Lsssssi Ska latest Hews From AH Fmrta of fe CvmraonwcoltU. THE THIRD FIRE At tka Kentucky JnttU tat The IJatldlnjrJn Rains. Pkaxkfokt, Ky.f Sept. 14. There lure been three fires within six months it. the institute, und the buildings arc in ruins- The only house standing Saturday morning: was the home of the engineer. 4 Jt leaked out Saturday mornlijj that one of the feeble-minded children wai recently fcent home, after good prool 'was established that he had fired the main building recently,, which inolvec a loss of more than fifty thousand dol Jars. When the fire in the auncx was dis covered Friday ni;ht a man was seer runninjr from the building. The po lice are making a rigorous search. If the firebug is caught he will be severely dealt ith. RESIGNATIONS M.tk n Namtwr of Special Election! lo FKANUKonT, Ky.. Sept. 14. Representative I T. Neat, of Adair county, recently elected deputy warden of the Frankfort penitentiary, has resigned his legisl...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 23 September 1896

- W -s !r"1 -" U ., "S. -:. a -, ,-' iBr7"r "-- v -. J ""TK-' . Q S " i j 'i - " " - -- -s,"- ' - i 3 v ir l - .- r - ff - 11 i ti Excellent 4 ft "V I 2 i&3iX!S3SSeSSSSS5SSS3SS5&5S55g JOB WORK I 0 0 ADVERTISING MEDIUM J hapstpmi i v ryrniiTrn & imww -v, x W W) SfegSSS J v . Y OLTJME X. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, L896A NUMBER 16. SILVER OR GOLD. T ttcr than cUIkt is si healthy K r If iho liver i.; O. K. the i n is O.K. His Moid is kept I !vosiion jvrfoct, and lie ri.j v Lie and act iiitolligcntly 1 j it. ntly i:jxii the questions - Vehy. You all know what to t , You have known it for years. J. s ?in:uns Liver Regulator - -' PSaSJSSS?S3S2E9 t K. ; (T r.i - t, v v? L m iV ' i J iS r -; - rwaj jrrxM I j jv you and your fathers 1 ' .l1 it of sterling worth. t. i always lias been put up i y J. 11. &eilin & Co. Take i .ii the genuine. It has the , . a the front of the wrapper, . tii.u eke is the same, and i. : .-1 good. PROFESSIONAL COL...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 23 September 1896

& it i Kii it n- r 5 -a '!?, 3 -aw kc. i-'--T& i " YKAll, everybody else is. All said they had never seen such a crowd before. It was amusing to hear .it estimated. Many of the admirers of our chieftain were willing to swear that two hundred thousand of Kentucky's chivalry had met to honor their leader. Rig Sam D. said this settles Kentucky. There are enough men hero to-day yelling themselves hoarse to give him Kentucky's voto and ho Raid he could tell by the way a fellow hollowed how he would vote. James Hugucly had charge of the cavalry from Madison and 6howed by his conduct that ho had not forgotten tho lessons learned in 1881-2 while following the gallant Morgan. G. M. "Willging's rooster created a yell from the boys every time he raised his perch. Everybody so far as we could learn was pleased with Bryan. After he had spoken you could hear on every side in that large audience, "I am not surpressed now at his capturing the Chicago Convention. He has captured me and I wou...

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 September 1896

THE CLIMAX. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23- 1890 See Elder's new ad. Irvine Baptist Association at Panola, this week. The Daughters of the Confederacy have applied for a charter. Mrs. Lew Baldwin's houso in yicholasville burned, last weak. E. See notice to creditors of Wharton by & George and of M. F. "Wharton. Kev.Itoddy closed his meeting at the Waco Biptist church with five additions. Deputy Revenue Collector Austin advertises a copper still in today's Climax. Rev. Roddy eloped his meeting at the Waco Baptist Church with ii additions. Th cold Wave Saturday oven-it ' brought out the overcoats and C. started the fires. Registration Day next Tuosday P. October Gth, and don't you target to register. Abill the liveryman, bought of Maupin. near Kingston, a snow-white with blue spots. Paul Noble weighed to "Wiehl, Saturdaj . 54 cattle, average 1,500 and it .1 r, at 4 cents, or f8,400. The State Grand Lodge, Knight's .' Pythias, had a reproentative fr..m Richmond at the 'Covington in t. -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. — 23 September 1896

. C" i- ' KENTUCKY NEWS. Tha latest rrcur From All P&rta of Com won wraith. LARGE APPLE TREE. Sjr" '5 ? fit p- '- "3 1 1r K f - ? the It Measure Throo tret Seven Inches Tlimnsh nml Is Upwards of 73 lct Jllch. Skkgkm, Ky., ?cpt 21. Tlic largest tree in tlic Kentucky mountains can be ecn on the farm of Jaou L. U ulb, a prosperous old farmer here. The tree n as planted by Webb himself ucarly sixty 3 cars ago, and to-day it looks to be a mammoth poplar or walnut, nnd Mill bears a large quantity of frnlt. It "measures 10 feet around, 3 lout 7 inches through, aud is uwarU of 75 feet high. .Last year nearly 203 bushels of the finest apples were (fathered from Its-massive liroln. and it has a good supply this year. On tho same farm there arc several other large apple trees, ranging in size from il to 3 feet through and .from a to Hi feet through, and a visitor nould think he had struck n deep forest. f. .S!.tcr' line. Kiciior.AKVii.i.K, Ky., 21. 'engineer tJ. V. Worman, of Livingston, 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. — 30 September 1896

- - -2. IT' - 'M - ' " - oW - r5T"'"' -jai"-" " '-.-s !? 3!i3i&2S3E?3rL" - 'i " )j - X 't si r .,0.k. .-- .til Tc ' it - w : r -. - J 4F j? fSSSrs 1 I I I JOB WORK w f I 0 ADVERTISING MEDIUM. B I CAREFULLY EXECUTED. I Print Shows through YOLTJME X. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1896 NUMBER 17. SILVER OR GOLD. Better than eithor is a healthy-liver. If the liver is 0. K. the man is 0. K. His blood is kept jure, his digestion perfect, and he cr.n enjoy life and act intelligently n:.l patiently upon the questions cl the day. You all know what to take. Yc u have known it for years. It is Simmons Liver Eegulator For years you and your fathers ne iouna it ot sterling worth. t is and always has been put up snly by J. H. Zeilin & Co. Take none but the genuine. It has the IcJ Z on the front of the wrapper, and nothing else is the same, and nailing so good. PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. ATTOHSTSYS. 11. Ii. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ruiimoxb, - - Kentucky. i ifTice No...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 30 September 1896

, "'. w A I ii It iif ii i to &1 .5L r?? V ?" " o -J THE CLIMAX. "g ' " -- - rUBLISHCD XVntY WKDN BSDAY BT ThQ Climax Printing Go. PRICE PER TT5AR, $1,50. IN ADVANCE, $1.25 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1896. ADYIUTISI1T0 BATES. O H O i H fc 2 s r SPACE. 2 5 S 2 I I i I is i ",Bcl ?xooti5ojaj$4jo7oo Inches, i yj a jo 350 7 00 11 00 3 Inches, t jo 3 50 3 00 10 00 15 00 4 laches. 300 400 600 12 on 1900 5 Inches. 350 300 7 50 15 00 23 00 V 400 600 9001800370c ii Col 6 00 9 00 13 00 7 00 40 00 Col 8 00 12 00 17 75 34 jo 50 00 I Col 10 00 15 00 22 so 42 on 60 00 l2 CO 17 JO 23 2$ 18 7J 34 So 40 00 60 00 So 00 too 00 rReidiDj notices to cents a line for first Insertion, j cents line for each additional insertion Obituaries, resolutions of reKpeet and "Similar matter at half rates. No specified position. X DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, WM. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AUTI1UR SEWELL, . of Maine. FOR CONGRESS. JOHN B THOMPSON, of Mercer count'. FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APP...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 30 September 1896

: J '- rg;m : TH '"i'rjf J55fc M V1' 1 1! THE CLIMAX. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER SO- 1S9C Tuesday week, October 6, is registra don day. Foot-ball and barbecue at Silver Creek to-day. Jesse Cobb will speak at Saturday night. George Chiton is an S-pound boy at the home of G. F. Bradley. , i Judge John O. Chenault will spealitf Kirksvillc, Saturday night. Considerable ice in different parte nAtintr tlm rnpon v11 c,ll l Engleman wants to sell his butcier sliop at the K. C. Depot. See ad. P. II. Sullivan and J. TeisCobb i-peak at Ited House, Saturday night - Five weeks more and you will Inow winch way the kitting's. gwbeter , amp. Infant of John and Maggie Cldham Iot died Sunday night, after Jho brief xistence of one w eek. W. D. 11am, of the Globe Tailoring Co, is openiug his samples at barber shop on Main. Hon. George M. Davie, cf Louisville, will speak at the Court House, Monday ai 1 o clock, for Palmer and P.uckuer. W O. Field, w ho has been seriously u with typhoid feer at the home of Lis...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 30 September 1896

K ft XT' f I ft c . c, '.s u L KENTUCKY 'NEWS. Tb tatrat Hon From All Fsrta of Commonwealth. KENTUCKY SCHOOLS Short of Money, and the October Warrant Will SrcnrrOnly About FitAXKFORT, Ky., Sept. 2S. Superintendent of Public Instruction Davidson has issued the following circular of interest to every teacher In Kentucky: "To County Superintendents: It is now evident that the treasurer will not be able, to honor my warrant October 1 for .more than 20 per cent, of the fund apportioned the schools for the present year. This is due partly to the fact that many sheriffs have been slow in remitting to the auditor, and partly to the fact -as you arc aware, that a large detlcit in the fund of last year had to be met earlv in July from this year's fund." J BLOODSHED. Two Kentucky Fanners Knd a Quarrel by a Minotlnc Affray. Ky., Sept. 2S. Tom Smith and Otto Newton, farmers and neighbor, living near Golden l'ond, just acr'ss the Tiigg county line, became involved in a quarrel, which resulted in ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 7 October 1896

m v v-.-.-- W .1. -? V "L - -,- rr (I d u. :. ' j m. , &&&& 9L 0 WWW1 ABn.1LirE& PSJRE of these commodities fn this market for hfs peaches. Trifling as this would for American ami Australian hides end ljave been 5t oua have been better than his paying $1.43 for the privilege In order to arrive at a proper under- 0f giving them nway. Under 1 he opera-standing of this matter, it is necessary : t;on Gf a free silver law the 24 bush- to know that the silver price of cotton and wheat in India as measured by the rupee is practically the same as in 1S73. Silver being the standard in India has, therefore, not depreciated In tint country. The same principle holds good In South America, as wooband hides wtre purchased on the silver basis. In IS73, nnd before the fall in silver, the gold sovereign could only purcrwisc In exchange ten silver rupees. Consequently the gold sovereign could i ot purchase any more wheat and cotton in India than could be purchased for ten silver r...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 7 October 1896

If i" K rV U Sk- bm . V ear- 'a THE CI J MAX. rBBLJBHEU KTXKT WEDKI3DAT BT The Climax Printing Go. PRICK PEIt T1SAR, $1.50. IN ADVANCE, $1.25 WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 7. 196. ADvxRTXsxira sa.tes. O s SPACE. I Inch I ICO I I 5 J15 $4 SOI I 700 f 13 OO lnchel 75 i so 3 SO 700 II 00 17 SQ 3 Inches. a 5 3 50 5 00 to 00 15 00 3 S 4 Icckt. 3 oo 400 6 00 IS on 19 00 38 7$ S locoes 3 So 5 00 7S 33 00 34 So 4o 6 00 9 00 370c 40 00 KCol O CO 9 00 13 00 37 00 40 00 60 00 JfCol 8 oo la ool I? 7 34 jo SO 00 8000 i Col IO oo J5 ool 21 50 43 on 60 00! 100 00 VRcading notices 10 cents a line for first 5 cents a hoe for each additional insertion Obituaries, resolutions of renpeet and similar mat ter at half rates. No specified position. , x DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, WM. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. FOR VICE TREglDEXT, AUTHUR SEWELL, of Maine. FOR CONGRESS. JOHN B THOMPSON, of Mercer county. FOR JPDGE OF THE C URT OF AITEALS. W. S. FRYOR, of Henry Count'-. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- FOR JAILER. Jam C. Lack...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 7 October 1896

a ? - . f ffi.rer l iU r S' 4 'MJ$ '. T . r vtT 1 " j"'. - THE CLIMAX. "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7 189G Hay is 75 cents a hundred. Court ol Claims met yesterday. Latonia's 33 days meeting- is in progress. It. T. Tyler will speak in next Tuesday. Todd's millinery opening the balance of this week. John B. Thompson spoke at Paint Lick. Tuesday. raul Noble left at this office a ear of corn that has 34 rows of grains. For shingles and cattle, Richmond is great on court days. The Climax window is filled with sample anarchist bombs. L. P. Todd's millinery opening TluusJay, Friday and Saturday. The Government Building is growing rapidly and is a beauty. Six car.s of export cattlo were hipp?d to Jersey City, Saturday. Klein & S jn' $15, 0J3 sale of dry pood, shoes clothing &:., now going on. White's drug store removed to Main street, next doors above Madison Nation al bank. - Si-e notice to creditors by I 1. Bright, administrator of D. M. Bnght. -R v. J. P. Mitchell will preach at Kingston...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 7 October 1896

h 'ft KENTUCKY NEWS. Z4aat Hcw Tram AH Parti Common wcnlt h. AN OUTBREAK la ZaUtn Whtr Hornioat Ara Swaralac lT Hundred. Cratsox, Ky., Oct. &. Mormon elders are swarming like locnsls ia Eastern Kentucky. taVinjj advantage of the intense political excitement. Thry are Boring, selecting positions, gaining' footholds and layinjr lines for the seTerest religion conflict of modern times. There are otct 1,003 picked sen in the field. They scout in pairs, go "footbacV, enter every cabin, preach in CTcry prove and schoolhoase, sow their literature knee deep. They divide tli; field into slakes townships, boards and -wards, have presidents, teachers, prophets, elders, etc Each worker makes a weekly report to his higher officer. They swap, jfhift, ehanpe, separate and hold conferences ai circumstances demand. There is now being- planned an alignment of forces in eastern and western Kentucky. The only oppoition comes from "the mules'" a mutual protective order w hich has passed out the -wor...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 14 October 1896

VOLUME X. SILVER OE GOLD. Better than cither is a healthy liver. If the liver is O. K. the man is 0. K. Ilia blood is kept pure, hi3 digestion perfect, and he can enjoy life and act intelligently and patiently upon the questions cf the day. You all know what to take, "i ou have known it for years. It is Simmons Liver Regulator Fcr years you and your fathers Lave found it of sterling worth. It is and always has been nut up tuly by J. H. Zeilin & Co Take ! in me but the genuine. It has the I Led Z on the front of the wrapper, I aud notning eise is tno same, ana nothing so good. PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. II. I?. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LA '. Riliimovij, - - Kentucky. ofliceNo i First street, tip stairs. V'o j GRANT E. LILLY, j r la w, En IIMOVI), - KlJSTUCKY i Ti.-e S W oeraarMTii nml Second streets ti m ilrN Will practice in all Hie courts of Madison and :iJJialB -an I Court or J C. & D. M. 0I1ENAULT, ATTORNEY.? AT LA W, Richmond, Kentucky. OS t on Scceol strest, over Uhcnault's gro Ct'y...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 14 October 1896

J - HV f --as- Ml..- a EU 1 sa - i I&jSS - -- -5. "s 9-1 S. T t! -iJ: J!,?'. 0- -S - r , 5 , .fcr - IE - i. -v - - T -. j r 4 , ,-,- P" A JF- 2L 4,3. 5-K V-1 - Jl THE CLIMAX. PUBLISHED KVEKY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Go. PB.ICE PER YEAH, $1.50. IN ADVANCE, - - - $1.25 WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 14. 189G. ADVTCET15I17Q RATES. O H O H J2 S S ? " o T 5 n o f 5 f " C 2 j r f S ? i : : t : sooi5o$sS$45of 700 x 75 a 50 3 50 7 00 11 00 s 50 3 50 5 00 10 00 15 00 300 400 60012001900 3 30J 5 00 7 50 15 00 23 00 4 00 6 00 9 00 18 00 77 oc 6 00 j 9 00 13 00 7 00 40 00 8 00 is 00 17 75 34 50 50 00 XO OO IS OO 32 50 42 On 60 OO O SPACE. J Inch s Inches- !. 3 u.uc 4 Inches. 5 iuiuc KCot kc? i Col MVReadinc notices xo centfc a line for first In sertion, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion' Obituaries, of respect and similar matter at half rat ei. No specified position. x DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR TEESIDENT, WM. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. FOK VICE rBEblPENT, AUTI1UR SEWELL, of Maine. FOK CONG ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 14 October 1896

T? THE CLIMAX. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, - - 1S9G Clothing dyed by Belle Breck. See ad. Brick work by Ronan. See lo- cal. Frost, persimmons, swcetpotatoes and 'poeeuins. Sale of the R. X. I. & B. railroad was postponed. See notice of F. Corzelius, trustee of Miss Hartman. E. T. Fish sold his store at Berea to J. C. Coyle & Co., of Cynthiana. Cherry trees in bloom at It. D. t .mipbeir.N, near "White's Station. William Lindsayand John R. at the court house, Moneay afternoon. lllibu ISicserbtafTis having an in n ell bored at his residence at lied Jloue. ltcil House continue) to row, and tt e people thereabouts want a built. Dan A. Jones, of Clark, is thinking of renting the Hunley stable in IiK'hiuond. The four act drama, untitled "A Yankee Drummer," at the Opera limine ( onoert for bonofit of Methodist Lurch organ fund at Hotel Glyndon J ruliij night, October 23. Julge JohnC. Chenanlt will speak i Thursday night, . J at New by, Friday night. Taylor Bros, have on oxhibition a' iti...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 14 October 1896

W v "Yl ? ?', t j fir '" I ' . '! "T il It At,., 'I -,.11 s- 2 i . ' 1 Hr 2JI 1 m r I 1 - isr Ft .r M. at 'jp rT JB? iL KENTUCKY NEWS. The Latest Kern From All Parts of the Commonwealth. BRECKINRIDGE Will Open III Cxnpn1;n at Ltxlnetor Monilij. LtxiTfOTOS, Ky., Oct 12. CoL Breckinridge, the gold democrat-republican candidate for congress, will open hit campaign here Monday afternoon at the opera house. Evan E. Settle, the silver nominee, has sent a request for a diTifionof time with djje. Sunday n'ght Breckinridge said he had not decided whether he would meet Mr. Settle or not, as the proposition had not been made to him direct. 3 lie silver people will sec that the proposition is made direct to the colonel Monday morning', when he must accept or reject it. It is safe to say, however, that Breckinridge will not divide tims with Szttle. 11 rot htm Miot by a Marshal. Ky., Oct. 12. Jim and Bud Pedigo vterc shot by the town marshal here. The shooting grew out of an attempt of Marshal Co...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 21 October 1896

u u. rr - "v"s-: -. k--. ?rr r '' u -H - SS ' 1 Jt.fi' - "' i" JU K-v k5 H" & l .V-VW' ' . ' l IK .- 0 xi p M p 0 ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 1 ffi - .j I Jilt JtS VOLUME X. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, L896. SILVER OR GOLD. Better than either is a healthy liver. If the liver is 0. K. the man is 0. K. His blood is kept pure, his digestion perfect, and he can enjoy life and act intelligently and patiently upon the questions cf the day. You all know what to take. You have known it for years. It is Simmons Liver Regulator empty yj For years you and your fathera have found it of sterling worth. It is and always has been put up cnly by J. H. Zeilin & Co. Take none but the genuine. It has the Hcd Z on the front of the wrapper, and nothing else i3 the same, and LjtLmg so good. PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. ATioasrsTs. 11. 1.. HOGG, ATTOIiXEY AT LAW. RiiiiMoxD, - - Kentucky. liftrcNo n Firttrcct, up stairs. VV GRANT E. LILLY, .1 T LA W, III "mo. - - Kentucky i"i- s V ow...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 21 October 1896

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Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 21 October 1896

isiz. -i - 3-T v v . S" . i- M "V . j . 11.- '3& ? .fcza tz -a THE CLIMAX; rCBXJBKKB XTSKY WKDNESDA.T XT Ths Climax Printing Co. PRICE PER IN ADVANCE, 18) To adopt free coinage of both silver and gold, and Iberebyincresse """.v 0"'fe'r,'t;74 .vy " ?- ffijirf 1 ' - 4! ' " it u XEABi 7 5 9 13 00 7 75 $4 50! FOR JAILER. 700 10 00 12 on 15 00 8 CO 27 00 34 5 22 50I 41 on "jjg r? tjJCTMT Sr "5& C&sH $1.50. $L25 WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1896. SYX&TXSXXa SATES. O H s 5 SPACE. S S f r Inch $ i oo$ i 50 Inches, i 75 j jo 3 Inches, a 50 j 30 4 Inches. 3 00 4 00 3 Inches. 3 jo s $ rolw. 4 00 6 00 Col.. 6 co 9 00 JiCol. 8001100 Col 1000 1500 I3 3 50 SCO 6 7x ii 00 IS 00 19 CO 2 3 CO 27OC 40 CO 50 00 i 60 001 J 12 00 17 JO 3 S 287s 34 So 40 00 CO CO So 00 ICO 00 Rcading notices to cents a line for first insertion, 5 cents, a line for each additional insertion Obituaries, resolutions of rerpeet and similar mat ter at half rates. No specified position. X DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR rrtESI...

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