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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 15 February 1888

iA YOLTTME X GOTHAMS NEW RACE - Ktw Tork Uablei with MoncoIIan Fathers and Caucasian Mothers The other day I bad just turned into the square and had passed Hott street when a comraoltoa a short distance ia tlvance attracted my attention The fceterogeneons mob of pedestrians were collected aboat some morinjj ob- Harry up Sally lets see Its face hcsed a very dirty girl of ten whose frswsy red and freckled face brushed janst my arm A dozen of the as iortcd babies on the block some of them with faces double the age -of their bodies were makinc for the center of attraction and I followed their ex airle Can you guess what caused such a passing sensation for nothing short ct a fire causes more on the Bowery Oie poor little Chinese baby of two Clestlal summers who toddled along the walk with his tiny fist holding hard the hand of a Chinaman whose catre dress indicated that bo was well-to-do The little one was attired in a compromise between New York and China with trousers and jacket tnd a ...

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 February 1888

M FpJSpw THE CLIMAX rUBUSUEO EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Feinting Co PRICE PER YEAR 150 FRENCH TIPTOX W G WHITE WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY S 1S86 Sir Blaine lias written a letter declining to be a candidate for President But it was such a let ter that will probably secure his nomination without opposition FOR HARRIS XOW The Lexington Observer lost no pportnnity during the race for Governor to say a mean thing of Senator Harris But the Observ er talks trathlully in the subjoined paragraph -Senator Harris is one of the most popular men now in the General Assem bly Among his warmest friends are scores of tltose who opposed him in his late canvass for the chief magistracy of the State It will take another Buokner to de feat him for any State office to which he may aspire in the future and Bucners are so scarce that it is not at all likely that one man will meet two of them in a polit ical lifetime THE LEGISLATURE Mr Chetiattlt has had the leg islative halls tendered to Mrs Mary B Ofay for a l...

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 February 1888

TiL 1 s 4 t j Hs91lttUH tuuirtUHaoa u M 14 dTI MU ciiiiuunu Lf JT is ditrii imttUUHI7 U 11 3011 SI H i rS3SSS3 a IprS E 1 Ml t 7 8 M 11 K II 14 uutrnwasaii passsai e 7 Minis I uiiuicnun Ill S a 543 26 I JnC T 12 ixiiniii 10 11 TS II H I HE CLIMAX - - - WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15 iSSS 88 fill ilueit HP nht oCmiw ViWOMi ubiiiJ a 1m nhsa MjMStn jho - pis as n 5WJ 12 J HttM14UW III I UHII I t 0 ij a 4 1 71 1 TOU IZ IIHttU me Tire gas Trill be better when tbe fifier comes G Foruian Son have a word to wy to you ek ewhere in this Iisue Miss Nannie Hacotort nmned a rivate school with twenty two pupils Foa Second street Monday m The heavy sleet ou last Saturday and sundBy was very destructive to shrub- try trees and telegraph wires Mr Trampton ofHt Louis purchas ed of Mr J B Cliennult his stylish team of wrrel geldings for 500 on last week R P Fox Jr has sold to Sam irookn of Scott county a pair of auto for 2fi0 and to J U Chenault tuo mules for 370 TJrand Master A J Reed went to exingtou Tuesday...

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 February 1888

L GUNS AND CRUISERS An Alabama Concrnuman CliaU Abont Pant European War Ship Congressman Herbert who has been abroad since the close of the last session of Congress devoted considerable at tention to the study of naval matters His eerrice as Chairman of the Naval Affairs Committee in the last Congress made him especially familiar with the eabjeet and of course added to his interest in his studies and researches I saw the fastest cruiser ever built be said to your correspondent 5ho was just being completed by an En glish firm when I visited her She is finished bow however and has been tested and makes as I learn from the builders ever twenty one knots an hour Hew many miles is that Mr Her bert A knot said the ox Chairman of the Naval Committee with a look of pity for the ignorance of the newspaper man who dont know a knot from a raHe a knot ray dear sir is about a mHe and one seventh Apply your mental arHumetic and you will find that twenty one knots are oquivalent to twenty four mil...

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 February 1888

VOLUME I ILLUMINATING GAS now It Hanntkctured and the Product Created by IU Distillation Tlii manufacture of ooal gas con s ss of three dsiBOt opsrattoas 1 c t Ilation the iriviag off of the gases fr a the coal by heat 2 t the separation of the water tar a i other coBdeasaUe vapers 3 I Uration the removal ef the sul l r compounds and carbonic aoid If tlic bowl of an ordinary clay pipe is alcd trith small pieces of coal covered over with day and rcc 1 in a bright fire -smoke will at c cc berrn to issse from the stem 1 T s sruoVe soon ceases when If a J I ht is applied to the hole In the stem 1 t3 gas then issuing will burn with a 1 b ht steady flame wfailo a thin I Ick tarry substance ooees out of the L This is oh a small scale the dis t lajon iart of te gas making In the manufacture of gas on acorn Rtrnal Kale coal i placed in long L imntal shapd retorts made so titnes of Iron but ssually of fire cj set in groups or benohes of three c ex or more and heated from the ci c by a fire rw...

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 February 1888

THE CLIMAX rOSLtSHES EVERY MTEBXBSDAY BV THE CLimax Painting Co PKICE PER YEAR 150 FRENCH TIPTON - Wm G WHITE f AVBDNESDAY FEBRUARY 22 18S6 The Republican members of the Kentucky General Assembly have eadorsed Hon Win 0 Bradley for Vice President Bondholders have asked the Federal Oo urt to appoint a Ke ceiver for the city of Houston Texas The indebtedness is 1 000000 A inomirueut to the memory of the famous Sergeant Jasper will be unveiled at Savannah to morrow President Cleveland will be present Senators Beck and Blackburn voted against the Blair bill on Wednesday The bill passed the Senate by a decreased vote It will fail in the House The President and Mrs Cleve land Secretary and Mrs Whitney Col and Mrs Lamont laft Wash ington yostorday for Florida They will return on Saturday The Louisville Medical College graduated ninety five students on last Thursday Ten were from Kentucky and fifteen from Texas All the Southern States were rep resented among the graduates Referring to the 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. — 22 February 1888

THE CLIMAX V i PNESDAV FEBRUARY 1SS8 Iu lit lias a Metun power peanut II mip made nia tle sugar is on ii arXet the A good graded Is what some our peojde are WHHlIng Xulional holiday bankf revenue ai J jxist oBke ohsed te day Mr Matt H Stookton who ha be n in bed ever fciuee la t July is out m m Mr J C Lyler ieatPinevHle and tluks of reittoviHg te ihat crowing 1 TaCf m 0 Mmday 684 rHtuiidsfW nmliall U Js passed through he lliohuioud lSt Lflice Mr T J Callahan will sell Lis er siua properly two miles from Whites futiiin tlie25lli A number of the business houses took an dvantage of the bright warm weatli rto d UteirFpriHgeteaaiiig John Robinson trig elephant got xse on the streets of Cincinnati s iiJay and took the tewu for nn In ur Mr J C Paxrfcli of Hunts Clark Cl iiit j formerly of this p4aee has his ije oa Pliievilte and will probably rsiue thither V line specimen of fesll lern of the inferuus period takeu from the L unties is ou exhibilion at L P s Jrs fc tos V new fire proof safe...

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 February 1888

i THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 22 1886 OUH TREASURE TTeT rot a cradle In car hesse And weve get something in H Thats fan as ensuing as a mease TTe lore H every nateate Sometimes Ks reeed Wbo sestrel eyes Straight into years are peeping Seaetass Warns it is so wise And sirau tfees tight fer steeping TVHa stages its dimplea bawls reaea on Te mamma when sees ntea K Its UembMcg Hps se sweetly peat If mamma ruees fey it oometoes Ks gtalc aaa pearty tees Bight in Hs month are stiektec Sometimes aU by Kg seM H crews Ann eeos wfatte gay tetektag K when K M4es en mammas breast la tevtag arms that teM K We tcjte eeaz it from Hs Best Te bat a moment aoM H Its laewtagbeaa tarns as Mtosay Ne taask yen Here ray bHss is The mamma in isr teaaer way QnMe saathets it with kisses All any K ptoys wrtfa laaghter sweet An gives as seek a pieaewe We tMsc ear boom was net eematele Before w baa esr treaeare Whats in this eredle tfct we ewnt Yeall never gaess It maybe So m jest wMsse...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 29 February 1888

tj I- I njjPCgg y If TOLTJMB I T M Lackey Salesman GROSS EXAGGERATION UisclileTouf Iteaultc of a Iangeroas Tend eucy or ttie Tf ineh Exnjrgcratio literally the heaping At r of iwiirkiHftl fragmets of cr c till on zt sowething ot of all Tisr ion to the tratU aHil tke three - 5 iciccs which jh most frequently cicrkin inciting to trae exaggera t i arc humor passioa and morbid s nationalism The exaggerations of tr2 humor are el course Bet only t a1 7 harmless but often even some- rrg beUer They point oat the dan tt rs of a growing tendeney to as when Charles Limb answered C cnJgcs question Lamb tlid you c cr hear ine preaeh by stmniner r out My dear feMow I never t rl you do any thing else or w n D ekens made the Yankee apnl c t for tiie Waiters poBtniRR who 1 1 absconded with the money in the c Z boast that the defaulters an w r to the despot and the tyrant is tv t ils bright om k in the setttn etit Ei iggeratioas f that sort in ec J ot nisleadins tend by the cness and their point to b...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 29 February 1888

I -- yr THE CLIMAX PUBLISHED ZVEKT WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Painting Co FRENCH TIPTON TVm G WHITE J Editors PKICB PER TEAR K50 WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 29 i8S8 Tor the past twenty years the average of divorces granted in Louisville lias been seventy four The Louisville Southern is being built at the rate of two miles per day and by April 10th will be completed from Louisville to Har rodsburg Winchester is mad with Cin cinnati for issuing a large and elaborate map of the territory within five hundred miles around Cincinnati and leaving Winches ter out ltichmond is conspicu ous on the map The Lunatic Asylum at Lex ington is again in a muss This lime the Steward Logan Ilocker is accused by the legislative com mittee with gross mismanagement If that asylum were abolished and the others sufficiently enlarged to accommodate the inmates a per petual worry would disappear For ten or twelve years the asy lum at Lexington has been a source of trouble The Ilouse of Representatives spent all the foren...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 29 February 1888

f 6 THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 39 lS - - - 11 Orn is 58 40 jht barrel In the crib Dmelll vpshU to see yoa Curt day The Louisville ttiulliern Railroad is a certainty Messrs GeHiry Bros Danville bought nTOulHws aud Gibson 2S mulca for 2850 An IniereMlHR letter frem Gen John 8 WMIIaiDB Is found elsewhere in till I8MH Mr 1 H Deailierage said to Mr Garrard of HeHry ootinty last week a 2 ear old jack for 9BuQ Mr Loh finiKh Is prepared at L O He 1 1111 hits old slant to dealt klnisof carriage rejmWug Bee ail It was niHMtrwl here Sultirday that Lewis Rector the great Kentucky horse thief was at large again m The thermometer dropped down to zero Monday night which was n limit as cold as any dwrtHR this whiter Ten years from hence will find Waco with its vast field of superior pottery day larger than Richmond now i Mr W BSmith wilt make a speech btic the Law and Order League at Birea on Saturday Other speakers wll be present Mr J B Sawffer the First street 1 itbier is in the oitles buying ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 29 February 1888

THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON W GWHITE PRICE PER TEAR 150 WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 29 18S8 SHARP COMPETITION A Acricoltural Problem Created by the Growth or ClTiUratlou All have noticed that competition in the prodnetion and sale of articles to be used for food and clothing hasbe come xery sharp during the past few years Improved methods of trans portation hare enabled the people of Tory civilized ootuitry to compete with ns in all the great markets of the verld Oar brewers find that it is often pr8uble for them to import barley and hops Large quantities of foreign potatoes eggs and hemp arc now used in this country In every foreign market we find hosts of com petitors Liverpool now receives wheat not only from the United States Can ada and Russia but from Australia ami rations parts of Asia Africa and South America American beef and mutton now comes in competition with that produced in the islands of the Indian Oeean and South America The produc tion of Indian corn is increasing in va rious p...

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 March 1888

P u i H C3S5 TOLUME I N H Hi I UNMARKED GRAVES I the ISpglectfHl RestiiiR riaces or Faman Utrary People It is curious ami certainly Hot Ital that tVw graves of famous lijt rary people receive so little atten tion at the hamls of living relatives an 1 descendants even in the case of those whose present oomfortaue cir cumstances are chiefly the results of the hands that lie still in dentil Washington Irvings grave in quaint nnl ancient Sleepy Hollow cemetery is a dismal looking spot even in mid summer and in autumn nnd winter tho dreariness of the place is intonsi f d The slab that tells the visitor that he sta ids at the grave of one of the greatest writers Amerioa has ever produced is badly damaged Relic liuntTS from all quarters of the globe have clippel off large pieces of tho granite and although every precau tion is apparently taken to prevent tandalism and a liberal reward of fered by the cemetery people the practice goes on unabated Tlie strict watch recently set npou the grav...

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 March 1888

THE CLIMAX PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY THE Climax Pxintikg Co FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE J - Editors PKICB TEU YKAB 150 WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 tSSS The Lexington city election on IrsI Saturday wont Democratic by good majorities New York and Illinois are said l be the only two States that pay more internal revenue than Ken tucky The Prohibition State Executive Committee has agreed to call a 3Iaes Slate Convention to meet in tle cky of Louisville at 11 oclock a x Thursday the 12lh day of A Mil next at Liederkranz Hall Market street between First and Second to select delegates to the National Convention which as sembles at Indianapolis the Oth day of June and to appoint an electoral ticket for the State DXE BILL EVERY TEX DAYS The Kentucky Legislature pass ed its limit CO dsjs with six general bills or an average of one every ten days During that 1oriod however it passed three hundred and fourteen local bills This is an alle argument for a ew constitution AH the gener al business transacted by ...

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 March 1888

THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 iS Co Jim IirKka is up investigating Puievill m V1im up the gaa well or whoop It down rather Mondity was Hie muddiest couit day of the winter J De Witt Miller or Chautauqua fame i Itl lecture here next week Now for a ww Kentucky Central deKt Htdtrannil needs ouc badly The Louisville Southern will be running to Rtohniond in less than a yetr Messrs H T Ambrose continue lo iuirve their new grocery on First ttreel The large grocery tirui of Tritible fc Blount has ditowlved Mr Tribble re tiring - rm - V J him J fci Collins call your at tention to Youui George elsewhere in thl isfciie Kaymoud Shearer Jr Doyleurllle has bought a 200 acre fHrin at Jack- iou Ferry Lvt the Kentucky Central give Richmond a new and larger ptmseuger depot building hi Mr W H Kellty contractor and builder makes an auuouucement else where in this issue Mr Albert Lulor Las made a fine record to date with his new house and new goods on lower MhIu street The colored ladies gave an extensiv...

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 March 1888

11 THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE MICE TER YEAR 1S0 WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1BS8 CONSTANCY FertheCuxAxJ love I barest ehaacai - I love as feetHy Bev as ever And lliosgli a eea dl vUe h Oar pHgWed vows It Bend set ever A efeaBgedeHgbts Dame Katare Bat ebange hetdelh far me tie piesere Tl eaiy to eenstaRoy We fled troe UHas to fell est smmhc Wbeean net leve ia ataettee The same ef lever lie dtacraees After or Bear or presest AH other uasH thy name ettsplaee Oh I think set leve I have ehatiged I leve as feadty sew as ever The eeeaa partetfa set hearts Though yen from me it aaiy sever where KG KaArr NEWS PARAGRAPHS Mrs FlereiMie SoMhih of Jsew Yrk celebrated the one iiumlred anilfceconil anniversary of her Wrtli TuesJay The dates had been authenticated and their i no legal doubt that the good old lady lias passed the spring ohickeu eriod Could the LeKistalttre be induced to tackle the school book ijHesUwi earn estly in fact prayerfully One gooil general bill on tills aH important sub ject...

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 March 1888

I - a TOLTJME I NOW NEWS PARAGRAPHS Iu a diunkeH fro lic among wveral llejr roustabouts al JflTUvls In IxHifeiVille Itetween FoJitli aud Bullitt street- Georjje Hinlin was stabbed ami killed by Win JobiiKHt A lire hwei over Goldlbwaite Tex and nineteen iHisiness housed vere detroi ed Only one grocery store remains in tbe town The lo it S30W0 with 110 insurance The post oiHee was among the buildings destroy ed A young colored man named Ben Cowherd was killed at Lebanon Ky iu a hinguUr manner Robert L Uood Iii a briekluyer tired a shot from a repeating rifle at a inukrat Nuimming in a pond near the brick yard The ball ftruck the water and slunced striking Cowherd iu the region of the heart He threw up his arum ran time ard and fell dead Hon Asher G Camth of introducetl n bill in the Uoue to amend the Jaws relaiiug to the entry if dNtilled spirits iu distilleries and fpeclal bonded warehouses and pro viding that tiie lax shall not be due until the spirits are withdrawn from lie warehou...

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 March 1888

3 hi i i THE CLIMAX Ft BUSKED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Painting Co TRENCH TIPTON vm g white j pkick run YKA1J 150 WEDNESDAY MARCU 14 1868 Ihe Mreriiseinent of the stal lion IlemoHt in the Iiilerna tWHl published at Kmersoii Manitoba recites among the nu merous things in his favor that lie was bred o Irince Edward Island Ike Kentucky of Canada Even Moug the British Kentucky is re wrded as the greatest ltorse ceantry oh earth Aint it Doug las Oiir excellent Congressman Gev Jameg B McOreary is just it- the subject of a good deal of newspaper mention by reason of ItK bill providing for better com mercial relations with the Central and South American Republics The News of Newbury N Y contains a very striking picture of the gentleman together with a biographical sketch and some very favorable comments 011 his liill The Chicago News of a recent date also notices the bill at length and presents figures to show how mutually beneficial commercial relations with the Republics named will l...

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 March 1888

THE GLIM AX WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 iSSS J aim De Wilt M lller to morrow night liredelii euucerl Frilay iiIrIH at the Court hoi 8 oclock HhI Coekrell Has been imitated far tn the Murder of Amerineat Irvlue and -enl o jail Old fiudifAiird omnly pulls are popular in IUuhmnnd litis winter Tin re ere two last week HI Mr J J Framptnn sola 2 lion es cue to O HChenanlt forS225one to J 11 CheUMUlt for 176 last week Mis Jebk Campbell the vocalist of Madixin Female IuMuuie will tdng Kathleen MaviHimeen at the concert Friday night Mr Neulaud Jones Jr lias pur chased an interest hi the blme house ol C C Wallace Hi Main fetreet and the new firm will be Wallace 3unes - A ICiiaa exeliauge in Hpenkinj of one of its lady says Mary Keatou is a full fledged compositor at this oflice She will also play the deul when necessary Mr W W Pigg 4d on Thursday Ubt to Mr John Curry ot Foxtown Lis lann of W aeres known as the C le place near Ml Ileasntit church fr 1 000 or 66 0 per acre Mr X BGentry has dd his fann t...

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 March 1888

4 i if THE CLIMAX 1RENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE PKICK TER YEAR 150 WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 18S8 EARLY DAYS IN DAKOTA TheKtnil of Outfit Needed to Kun a News paper ia Deatltrood It wm along i the 70s some time mmm after tfee late Harney Cauifiekl left Chicago and settled at Deadvrood tha be Mtrckaaed a newspaper ontrit for the latter place It happened like tfcie A ia named lUakely -who had picked through the shell and W sweccwfiilly hatched from an Kaotera college a rear or two before ohm et to Deail wood M3B the nwheet msin camp in the country lb was somewhat aonaiMted with CatdSdd his father being nn old friend of Baraej When young Blakelr hutl escaped from the college dragging his diptotMa behind hint he had in his own owi embrarei the profession of joMmaltem I Ie looked around Dead wood a liule and deckled he saw a great opening for a newspaper not withstanding there were already fire daOiee ia the field Fearing another mast was going to get ahead of him in the eaterprie he wished to instru...

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